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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 March 1891

smtfe'""?"" S?Wwww - L''i i H i J 5sTaL ' 'iJ.t"! " ' " J "-T i iJD1K.i;j . M,3ii w wa.i.i.hj.A. Itl .na, JffMfciH MMlMgilhTfih --- .. - - M. . ..-m. m h. w-mi iMriik-jMMi.ta 2 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 8, 1891. A BAB" IN SCOLDING MOOD. A FEW PRETXy COMPLIMENTS FOR KXPtOKKB STANLEV'S "WIFE. TVcarlnc Tawclrj Gown nt Mrs. Astor'a Iloufio and Abuses noHpitnlltr A Wom an Answered ly a Woman A New School for Women GoorgoW. Clillds'a Great Charity Now York Full or Dogs Tho Conuotlsli Apron. Special Correspondence of Th k Sunday II ehai.d. New YonK, March 0. Tho American woman Is disapproved of hy Mrs. Stanley. She thinks her manner Is bad, her voice loud, and her dressing very objectionable. She has 6pcnt all her time looking for pretty women and can't find them. Evidently she is not as cood an ex plorer as her husband. Tho insolence displayed by thiB Englishwoman is almost magnificent. Wherever she has gone she has been well treated, great courtesies have been shown her, and in al...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 March 1891

ft r''vifci"'f'r"v V THE CJjttJDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 8. 1891. r f lu i i ii i THE AMUSEMENT WORLD. rtlSNTY or GOOD ATTRACTIONS FOB TiriJ COMING WKEK. Hrnmn, Spectacle, ISxtravngnitzu, nnd Va riety nt the Bincront llnuRcsLydlu Thompson Opens tho Now Academy of Muslo Stngo Notes. Tho opera, "Claude Duval," presented by Mr. W. T. Cnrloton nt Albaugh's Grand Opera House Inst week, failed to oxclto tbo furoro which might bavc been oxpected from tbo ad vanco announcements, but nevcrtbolcss itmndo no unfnvorablo Impression on tho Washington public. It 1b an opern of somo morlt, its chief fault beinc; tbo lnck of notion on tho pnrt of tho principals. Tbo choruses aro qulto strong nnd furnish somo charming music. Mr. Cnrlcton's company comprises many of tho snmo pcoplo seen bore beforo witb him. Miss Jcannlo Win ston is the only notable addition, and ber work during tbo wook was woll up to her usual staudnrd. Mr. Cnrloton himself finds in Claude JJuval a part bottcr adapted to show bis e...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 March 1891

KRiSMWW"M"&1S,nijit. ,yMM5MiajM- tnin s ffe$ THE SUNDAY MERAJLVD. SUNDAY. MARCH B, 1891. ftVll.S..-mfS I t" Qi pi iUcchlij ItntioniH intelligencer. The National Intelligences ESTAOUSHEO 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABLISHED MOO. a&tcxod at tlio Poet O ill co at Washington, D. C, no Socond-clnsB Matter . ?, H.SOULK jlk' I s'SKY, f ' Proprietors A. T. HENS Editorial and Publication Offices, No. 400 Tenth Street Northwest. $30 REWARD. THE SUNDAY HEKALD" is convlnood ttiat tUoro is nn organized enneof pnpor thieves In this city, -who follow its carriers aronntl and talto the papers from the door stops. Wo will pay n rownrd of $30 for tho arrest and conviction of any ono of those thieves. $30 REWARD. The Editor of The Sunday Herald cannot undertake to preserve or return rejected communi cations. Persons who desire to possess their com munications, if unused, should retain a copy. Local reports and absolute news of sufficient im portance to justify publication will be welcomed from ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 March 1891

W(EJMJktM'TilM'..y "OWWWWK vDfMntnmi i iftJwnMvt'tniv I'jMimttvKitifi, ,vil)Htrliiiifji."r4't.'!;nttvbt4' HwrqiT'yn?yreiytWj 'TtiE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. MARCH 8. 1891. l: e I bU Btll r-n K if OUR NATIONAL BANKS. THKIIt STATKIUKNTS SHOW THJSY AKK IN KXCKLT.KN'T CONDITION. A Comparison Avllh tHo Figures of One Htitl Two Years Ago Show Thill. Tltoro II ttTt Ilcon a Decided Improvement, Five times a year tbo Comptroller of tho Cur rency calls for a statement of the condition of the national banks all over tbc country on a certain day, and, while- tbo particular day Is not known uutll tbo call Is made, a .general expec tation of tbo call can bo guessed at, and tbo bank ofllccrs endeavor to bavo tbclr bouso In order for It, bo tbat tboy may bo able to pub llBb a good Bhowlng or tbelr resources and lia bilities. Borrowers generally can tell whetfa call Is expected by tbo fact tbat accommodation is a trifle less liberal than at otber times, as tbo law requires a reserve of 35 per cent, of ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 March 1891

?4t,'$iaimtilirmi"ii 'uf . flU-atJ-OWM Ji-ajw.af3A ,lli)t - 6 XHK SUNDAY HERALD, SUMDAY. MARCH 8. 1891. i & la ! THE GOLD PIECE. UT TlfE MAnqVISC CLARA 1.AKZA. Along tho shining shoro closo to vrhero tho "waves dashed and broko Into long, undulating linos of foam a little boy was gleefully rolling a yellow gold piece upon tho paler yollow of tho Band. Tho autumn wind caught bis hair and laughter danced in his eyes. Tho gold pieco Unshed in the &unllght that streamed across tho beacb and struck tho white cliffs boyond with a datzllng effect. Again and again tho child caught the gold iu his chubby band, and sent it spinning in swift curves. Then all at onco a roguish breeze lifted his hat, and, striving to keep his headgear in place, bo lot his oyes wander for on instant from his treasure; when his childish feet reached tbo piaco whero bo supposed it would bo lying tho gold pieco was not there it bad mysteriously disappeared. A look of chagrin darkened his jubilant face. Ho wo...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 March 1891

temmmmmmm.-bit)!(mFiiMwL. mmm m ij mmwmh mumwwp grfiiW:foi5 IUI'IU IWil WrtttlWWMMtWWiiyiKiriWWf WTW5I ' 'tW.f THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY IviARCH 8. 1891. 31 "14 I Tfi. V VS H I B. ORESCENT CITY SCENES. SUM 13 Or TII15 OH J) FKATUIIKS OF Ml'K AMONG THIS OllKOLUS. Swarthy Damsel Who Itlviil Garmcnclta us DuncoiH A Slight liingulfttlo Di gression A I'ulso Impression Somo Characteristic) SIbIics. Special Correspondence of Sunday Herald. New Ohleans, March 3. Tho sound o music perpetrated by a trombone, a 'cello, and n clarionet lloats gaily across the mud of tho Crescent City. It Is two hours after nightfall. Your correspondent Is wanderlug In a romantic framo of mind about those narrow streets of tho Frouch quarter which Ho just northwest of where tlio old fortified palisade stood In 1708. Ho has been pacing up and down tho streets between tho high whitewashed walls which In close tho different sections of that ancient necropolis, tho Cemetery of Saint Louis, where the dead aro entombe...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 March 1891

iIvjp ..". j - -- - a i- ,i 'hpVwW'i I a rHE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 8. 1891. "i i- w & 1 p GENERAL SPORTING GOSSIP "WHAT IS TAtKED OF IN RASK-lJALIi AND ATHtETIO CIRCLES. News anil Forsonnls of tlio Local Clubs Tito Appronching V. A. C. Election Latest Itcports About tho Personnel of tho Nnltonnls Tho rcrfitflous League. Now, then, all for tho National regatta. A joint athletic meeting means dollars for tho regatta, Smlthson is tho coming 6parrcr of tho Poto mac Athletic Club, says Carcioflnl. Tho now eight of tho Columbia Club will probably arrive about tho la&t of this or tho first of next month. v Sewoll, of tho C. A. C, now that Congress has adjourned, will havo more time to givo to his gymnasium work. Ho is, next to Dashicllf tho best in the club. Tho friends of Mympo Jones, of tho C. A. C, regard him as one of tho be6t sparrers in that organization. Ho docs not caro to make his appearance just yet. What has becomo of John Irwin, of tho C. A. C. ? Has ho concluded...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 March 1891

typnnwrJpfjJFwTi' ( ftWHJUi'yyW W' TftV- MUfdUVKjf IH 3knfr Wnzklig Wl&ti&n&l ttiU$0tttf ESTABLISHED 1SOO. MARCH 8, 1891. PAGES 9 TO 16 mmmmitowminM))wmmv 3 ! i u .,1 v; ' MISS HELEN SEUPPERLE. Tho above Is a fairly good portrait of Miss .Helon Seufferle, tho young girl who had tho good fortune to receive tho highest number of votes aB tho most popular young person in Wash ington in The Sunday Herald's contest. As will ho noted from tho picture, tho winner of the first prizo is still quite young a child, in fact. She is tho daughter of Mr. Will Seufferle, a'popu lar young business man. CHAPTER OF LOVE AFFAIRS. SOME OF THE BEMABKABLE RO MANCES OF SOCIETY DENIZES. How tho Rich Iona Caldwell Was Courtod By Baron Zedwitz and How tlto Prince of Wales Caused tlio Breaking of Miss Grant's Engagement A Senator's Daughter and Why She Failed to Marry the Duko Do Bouchfoucauld Soruo of Florence Audenrled's Iovo Affairs How She Was Saved from a Nunnery 'and How the Prince of Wales G...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 March 1891

" -"-1 1 1 ii t i'ii ii i i "T'lm.Kniwiiii-ijunT-nV'T'p-iwTjniiMift)wnii,ii ini."ni nfyrr-" -rrf-it; ( '' K 10 NEWS OF THE LODGES. "WHAT IS GOING OX AMONG THE SE CRET I'KATEUN'ITIES. A Hatch of Interesting; Masonic Xows( Gos sip, anil Personals Matters of Moment for Eccliabltcs and Momuora or the Or tier or the Golilcn Cross. Tbo following Masonic bodies meot upon the evenings of the ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Templo Dawson No. 10, Monday, 9th; Federal No. 1, Tuesday, 10th; Now Jerusalem No. 0, Thurs day, 12th; St. John's No. 11, Friday, 13th; IIopo No. 20, Friday, 13th. A. A. 8. K. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Cathe dral: Harmony No. 17, Thursday, 12th. Bluo Soom: Arminius No. 25, Monday, 9th; Acacia o. 18, Tuesday, 10th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown George C. Whit ing No. 22, Thursday, 12th. Masonic Hall, Brightwood Stanabury No. 24, Monday, 9th. Moyal Arch Chapters. Masonic Templo Mount Vernon No. 3, Monday, 9th; Washington No. 2, Thursday, 12th; Eureka No. 4, Friday, 13th...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 March 1891

IryHJ ' "Ki' y T r "-c ' w. THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH S. 1891. 11 M CIRCLE MARKET. OALL AND SEE OUR CAPON CHICKENS, SMAI.Ii YOUNG TURKEYS, PHILA, BKY-PICKEB CHICKENS, HOT-HOUSE CUCUMBERS, BOSTON HEABEB IiETTUCE, GOX.BEN PLUME CELEKY. BEST WHITE POTATOES ON THE MAllKETo TRY OUR ROAST BEEF, ROAST MUTTON, HIND-QUARTER LAMB, LARGE MUTTON CHOPS. OUR OWN W. & a. FANCY. PRINT BUTTER. H GW COR. VERMONT AYE. CHAS. T. CA.ItTJ3tl. OHAS. T. CARTER & BUILDERS', CABINET, and GENERAL ih: .a. :e& xd "W"-A ir, AGENTS FOR THE BUFFALO STANDARD SCALE CO. BAY STATE LAWN MOWER. 606 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. and 60? B ST. N. W., WASHINGTON, D. C. aJBBBillKSsiMftirriTr .rrrrrsr!PiWii ffi?gf3Si Great Slangjhter BCGY ami ROAD IUMESS. $20 Harness Reduced $25 Harness Redxiced $30 Harness Reduced $35 Harness Reduced $40 Harness Reduced Marness and A LARGE LINE KNEESSrS, - to $15 00. to $1S 00. to $22 50. to $25 00. to $30 00. WE HAVE IN STOCK THE FOLLOWING HEATINGSTOVES: CHEERFUL HEATERS. ...... ,-. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 March 1891

t . , i s;, i SZ' 11 ni"-s. A jz- fr H &!Ji7stM'JJ). L, r v. mClJss -v .. V Wl ? 3 -CT "r ..V 1- . :t0YU27y Sik5CS f . m s-iflt . t ss ayr-srMi 'si' t"-..m,.- j-. -'.. ft II n . Vf"( 1! i r-iflS?i. icTffiwviffciviiMV?: "fc . '."wMr?;r.,r'i'W .aAfUUll"' " ll, . l IRbnl UllinfV ilif l Tn"'i -U MsuHw,v,,ni Tbo Isabella Association connected with tbo National Exposition to bo belli in Chicago in 1S93 bad a very interesting meetinc in tbo studio of Miss Caroline Ransom, 015 P street, on Mondaj afternoon, under tbo auspices of its president, Mrs. Isbbella Beccber Hooker. There were present, among others, Dr. Dickin son and Dr. Waite, of Chicago, and tho ladies of the executivo board now in tho city. Mrs. H. P. Blount, having been appointed vice presi dent for the District, occupied the chair, and stated briefly that they bad come together to Cet rather than to give information. Tho ladies representing tho executive committeo explained that the Isabella Association was not fostered by ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 March 1891

, s-w'j" i1! rfSZi v i ,,,-r. ; -- a. "V. ' !. I ji'i- V1U' V mi I'liH-fT f,i ri-wr f-i-f -f fJjtwJiw " ' f. r r - tV -rTV'-''' r ffrii It- 'ft THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, MARCH 7. 1891. 13 I J - . ..? iprtMW" t v. SOCIETY OHAT. A very btilliant and largely-attended recep tion was given by tbo Unity Club on Wednes day evening nt tbo elegant residenco of Mr. Hnrvey Spaulding, corner of Sixth and M streets northwest. This club, which is ono of tbo oldest and best-known organizations of its kind in Washington, numbers among its mem bership unmes well known in literary and so cial circles, and has given many entertainments of a high order, but it may safely bo said that none has offered greater attractions than the meeting held Wednesday ovouing. Tho chief event of the evening was tbo scholarly and fin ished discourse delivered by Mr. Charles Davies, of West Virginia, upon "Grecian Art, Litera ture, and Wit, tbo Stock of Grecian Immortality." Mr. Davlcs's paper showod deep research and a...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 March 1891

1 l . 14: THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 8. 1894. H it r. ta fc2tfL Tr!VEbv3F ? fj FORTY-FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT. OFFICE OF THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD COMPANY. Philadelphia, March 2d, 1891. The Board of Directors submit herewith their re port for the year 181K). Main Line and Branches, Philadelphia to Pittsburg. Earnings $40,043,070 30 Expenses Ufl,8W,100 03 Net earnings .814,140,50413 Add interest from in- also for use of euuipnientandfrom other items 5,305,7.10 84 Total $10,G15,I4 07 Deduct rentals paid branch roads, inter est on equipment, interest on bonded debt. State tax on dividends, and other items . . 3.484.803 50 Net income Pennsyl vania Railroad , Division 811,030,401 41 Philadelphia to Now , York and Branches : Earnings S18,ai8,Sn7 18 Expenses 14,263,078 40 Net earnings from op erating $4,055,818 72 Add interest from ln vestm outs and itnts 470,157 S3 Total income $5,134,070 55 Deduct paymentH on aooount of divi dends, interest on equlpment,&c 4,738,00110 Net profit un...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 March 1891

4WW TCSWMWWM .iA'apwiwuM'iwii'1 1)1 1 1 W5H9RIM,?fc' :i --i .,-i THESUNDAY 2RAJUD, SUNDAY, MARCH S, 1S91. 15 ! ifi ilttl &Sfc&fc& Bargain for That beautiful corner at Seventh and G streets N. E., 72 feet on G street and 116 on Seventh, only 92 cents per foot. On very easy terms. IB IMPURE H Wq vW B REAL ESTATE, LOANS, AND INSURANCE. H JOHNS JUM J Estate, 3LoaMS AND wn rtr "9 1306 F STTEEJlilT- 30 Seventh street southwest. 03 9 Pour-and-n-Half r,treet southwest. jal8-tf CHARLES A. McEUEN, REAL ESTATE AND LOAN BROKER, OFFICE, 14D0 E STREET N. W., WASHINGTON, D, 0 LOANS NEGOTIATED In tho District of Columbia, Maryland, and Vir ginia. Property Bought, Sold, and Exchanged. Houses Itented and Rents Collooted Eire Inauranco Placed in Reliable Companies. fe3-lm6 r Tto (WJ $UX s&XJWfc 1415 P Street, Member of "Washington Stoclc Ex. change. All local stocks and securi ties bought and sold; de8-lt FOB S-A-XiIE! Tho following pieces of IMPROVED COUN TRY PROPERTY, situated about ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 March 1891

,"&" . t3- t-TSr,--"1 t 16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH S. 1891. -h-imteJWPi!i i"iV- n-HfH- ft n .. 0 -' L i E- i,r e 1 .8 i jf'.l M IB ' 2Smtk SStsttemttitfcs;,. j3RKI?ORT OF THE CONDITION Tho National Bank of the Ropublio, At "Washington, D. C, at tho Close of Business. February 20, 1801. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts $711,113 P2 Overdrafts, secured nnd unsecured... 391 SI TJ. 8. bonds to secure circulation 50,000 00 TJ. S. bonds to secure deposits 150,000 00 U.S. bonds on hand 0,a50 00 Stocks, securities, claims, etc 110,927 25 Duo from nnproved rcscrvo agonts. . . 53,789 37 Duo from other national banks H,72fl 50 Banking bouse,furniturc,and fixtures 83,947 52 Current expenses and taxes paid 2,505 18 Checks and other cash items 9,105 85 ExchanEos for clcarinu-houso. ....... 20,847 85 Hills of other banks 2,187 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels, and cents 1,152 11 Specie (gold, $240.200) 255.960 00 Legal-tcndernotcs 40,032 00 Redemption fund with U.S. treasurer (5 per...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 March 1891

F V a m 9 iaft '- ')'W HWf!-!"' si JMtft y$Lkl Wr&ti&n&l nllignvx! VOL. X2CV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, MAJRCH 15,1891.-16 PAGES. NO. 52 t In BLACK DAY IN MEW ORLEANS 8 Shot to Death Trapped Rats. CHIEF HEKESSTC MURDER AVENGED His Assassins Lynclicd by ji Mob of Determined Business Men. The Jail Captured Without a Shot Being Fired. "MEN GAME THE WHOLESALE EXECUTION Appalling Sequel of a Disgraceful Miscarriage of Justice. New Orleans, March 14. New Orleans struck the Mafia a death blow to-day. It rose in its might almost at midday and wreaked a -terrible vengeance upon the Sicilian assassins who relentlessly slew David C. Hennessey, and, though there are eleven men dead to-night who were happy yesterday over their victory in the greatest criminal trial the city has ever wit nessed, the work of blood was accomplished without unnecessary disorder, without riot ing, without pillaging, and without the infliction of suffering upon any innocent man, save one, and ho was only slightl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 March 1891

YA s- ulmmiMlim wi m mn,vmmmjiK 2 THE SUNDAY MERALD. SUNDAY, MARCH15, 1S91. ' ' ' . " I ""I- ttx - r THE ARMY AND THE NAVY. ARMY NOTES. Capt. Charles E. Hargous, Fifth Infantiy, la retired. Cnpt. James A. Finlcy, assistant 6urgcon, is retired. Col. Henry Douglass, Tenth Infantry, has been retired. Tonodor Ten Eyck, captain of Infantry, has been retired. Gen. Miles 'will leavo shortly on a tour through Mexico. Col. Hcnrv Douglass. Tenth Infantry, has been placed on the retired list. First Lieut. Alex. M. Patch, Fourth Cavnlay, has been retired as captain of cavalry. The leave of absence of Second Lieut. M. II. Barnum has been uxtended thirty days. Leave for four days is granted First Lieut "William A. Allaire, Twenty-third Infantry. The leavo granted Second Lieut. Malvern H. Barnum, Third Cavalry, is extended one month The leave granted Second Lieut. John L. Hayden, First Artillery, is extended seven days. Capt. Max Wesendorf, First Cavalry, has been retired from activo service and o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 March 1891

THE UN DAY HERALD, SUNDAY. MARCH 15. 1891. 3 i -v Ki !l I V AMONG THE THEATRES. GOOD BIILS AT AM. THE HOUSES 3'Olt THIS WI!fcU. Bernhardt at AllinuRli'H, ittnrsarot Mnthor nt tlio Niitionul, Drama at tho llljcm, and Vnvloty at lvoriian'8 Coining Con verts. The diamatization of "Mr. Barnes of Now York" comprises but a very limited numbor of tho romantic incidonts in tho brilliant career of that heroic gentleman, but it contains never theless suniclent of tbo principal thread of the original story to make it a highly interesting stage production. It is n play smooth in action, strong in plot, and effective in climax, and al though having been seen here boforo drew very good audiences Inst week at Albaugh's Grand. Opera House, whero it was presented by a first class company. Those whoso work is deserv ing of especial commendation are Mr. James Neill as Mr. Jiarncs, Mr. Sheridan Block as Count Mutso, Mr. Fred Sockctt as Edwin An struthcr, Miss Etolka Wardcll as Marina, Miss Emma Field a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 March 1891

.v. THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 1S91. ..ntmnmmm wwsifci ws-cj I t f A ANtl Itlcelthj Rational SnicUigcnecr. thf. National Intelligencer ESTABLISHED 1R0O. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABliaHEO IM6. stored at the Post Offlco nt Washington, D. C rb Booond-olnsB Mutter. J. H. BOVJ.JC Proprietors. A. T. HKNSET, J Editorial and Publication OlUccs Southwest Cor. 11th and K Streets Northwest 930 REWARD. THE SUNDAY TIEItAIiD" Is convlnrtod that thero is an organized cane of papor thieves in this city, who follow its carriers nrotmrt and take tho papers from the door steps. Wo will pay a reward of $30 for tho arrest and conviction of any one of those thieves. $30 REWARD. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription (In advance) per year $8.50 Remittances should be made by postal note, money order, or checks on New York or Washing ton. Wlicn checks on banks in other cities are ent the cost of collection will be deducted. The Editor of Tnc Sunday Herald cannot undertake toprcscrveor return rejected eomm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 March 1891

WwrntyMimmmemzn -rr" THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 1891. A NOTABLE INSTITUTION. BOMETHINO AIIOUT THE CAPITAL. TRUST COMPANY. It Offer Splendid Inducement to In vestors and Its Affairs Arc In the Hands of Kxpcrlcncod and Successful Men Some of tlio Loading Gentlemen in the Enterprise, Tho accompanying cut furnishes nu accurate representation of tho handsome building, cor ner of Third Btrcot and Pennsylvania avenue east, tho new homo of tho Capital Trust Com pany. It 1b hero thoy have removed from their former and temporary quarters a fow doors below on Pennsylvania avenue, and are now well established in large, roomy offices, both public and privates which are fitted up with tho latest and best of modern bank furniture. Tho doors and windows aro furnished with heavy irons, which impress one immediately with tkcir'strcngth and tho security of tho valuable contents within. In tho largest office, whero most of tho business Will bo transacted, a mas sive and imposing counter of ca...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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