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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 April 1891

nt-TTV"- -. - " - 1. . (7 10 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 26. 1891. NEWS OF THE LODGES. "St-.: -.i i .. j il' . bit n .. -"i I" f. a I I' 3M :!r ii,i mn m M m m & Ft- it rv ,H Mt MANY JIATTKKS OF INTKU1SST TO S130RGX SOCIUTY l'KOPIil3. Masonic otci siml Gosulp or tho "Vcok Tho Luto Gen. lMko on the Symbolism of 3lisonry Whnl tlvo Ilcchnbltcs Arc Doliic Golden Cross Chronicles. Tho following Masonic bodies meet upon tho evenings of tho ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple Dawson No. 10, Monday, 27th; Federal No. 1, Tuesday, 2Sth; Lebanon No. 7, Friday, May 1. A. A. S. K. Sanctuary. Armlnlus No. 25, Monday, 27th; Acacia No. IS, Tuesday,"28tli. Masonic Hall, Nineteenth street and Penn sylvania avenue Hiram No. 10, Frida, May 1. Masonic Hall, Brightwood Stansbury No. 25, Monday, 27th. Royal Arch Chajrtcrs. Masonic Temple Mount Vernon No. 3, Monday, 27th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. S, Tuesday, 2Stb. Boyal and Select Masters A. A. S. R. Sanc tuary, 1007 Q str...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 April 1891

's THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. APRIL 26. 1891. 11 PLEASE Bear in mind The fact that the First of Mav will soon be Here and that gentlemen will investigate Their wardrobes. We would respectfully suggest that We cannot be excelled in the beauty of our Spring Styles, The fit and Workmanship of our garments, and The moderation of our prices. BRADSTREET & CO., 1417 Pcnna. Ave. ADAM Oldest, Richest, Largest leiTIOM IN Wednesday DAYS csh .AJPIRIXj 29-30. OjIXTOILa PARK, NOllTH CAPITOL AND G STREETS, The Grounds are Readily Accessible by All the Various Street Lines o Passenger Travel. 1864-1891. 28th Year. JAP. E. COOPER, Sole Owner. 83,000,000 JttollarK Invented. $5,500 Baily Expenses. 1 ,200 Men and Horwes. Fonr Railway Trains. Fourteen Water-proof Canvas Pavilions. The E13 Shows are Coming in All Their Overwhelming Grandeur and Overpowering Magnificence. AND MISS MILLIE CABLOTTA au Lose THE HANLON-VOLTEKS, THE WOIULVD'S GREATEST AERIAXiISTS. Doing Double Somersaults Sixty Feet in Len...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 April 1891

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 April 1891

- -- i . .M ..... ,,, , , i , t -XjiOxl'cIoxl BazarllS Market Space, betweenrth and 8th Sts. or ute wining- wmk ttc Have a Large Variety of Fine Blazers, to Sell at the Follows A Wool Blazer, 99c. A Wool Blazer, SI. 50 A Wool Blazer, $2.50, all colors. A Wool Blazer, S3.75, all colors. A Wool Blazer, $4 50, all colors. A Wool Blazer, $6, all colors. This is our principal department. May not have as large a stock as some folks carry, but our assortment consists of nothing but the most stylish and latest effects in Trimmed and Untnmmed Hats and Bonnets. The prices are most reasonable. The same can be said of our Flower and Ribbon Depts. We Carry Large, Hice Lines of the Following-: Hosiery, Gloves, Parasols, Umbrellas, Cloaks, Jackets, Eeefers, Blazers, Infants LONDON SOCIETY CHAT. The wedding on Thursday of Miss May Louise Hamilton, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Hamilton, and crand-daugbter o the late Col. James Edelln, U. S. Marino Corps, to Mr. Littlie Wilson, of Richmond, Va...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 April 1891

&(,' OT T - 5w, -r"Tr TiJ ""' -jj " j, f '-"'r-i-rr l -. " T-s- - ifffiWfrfrftg'.M Jljk'i Va-'? V-UK ' h 7X&. 14 TfctE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. APRIL 26. 1891. ID O Y O TJ VST A XT T A. UNT 1 f1 R.f K J C u -i i1 . L '. . . .n li! Ifc I iKtl IJ i y ttl, ' I. i n 1 U I ! w ft il I k (C The ( 4' I A SERIOUS JOKE. Mr. Lyinberleg's Successful Plot to Spoil a Marriage and Secure n "Wife. I am an American. I suppose I may call myself a regular Yankee; and I livo in my native country, to which I trust I am no dis grace. 1 had a friend once, and his name was Nicholas Lymberleg. I loved him like a brother and I thought ho loved me", and per haps he did until we both fell in love with the same woman. I couldn't hate him even then, notwithstanding that he was a much better-looking man than I am, much more agreeable in society, much more fascinat ing, and much more wealthy. Nicholas was tall and well formed. The ladies said he was a perfect Apollo in form, and I'm inclined to believe that...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 April 1891

' y I THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, APRIL 26.1891. 15 TACTS ABOUT THE GREAT BANKRUPT SALE OJz1 ' SZHLC-)IHjS PURCHASED FROM THE ASSIGNEE OF MESSRS. HOWELL & MURRAY. Fact 1. Wo have bought this stock at a price which enables us to sell the goods fully 25 per cent, less than tho first cost of production. I Fact 2. The stock consists of onlv tho finest and best eratksof goods made. Every pair of shoes' in tho store guaranteed to bo strictly solid leather outer and Inner soles, and first-class In every way. Fact 3. Wo aro compelled to close out this stock In a short Hmo, and must sell, no matter how great tho sacrifice. Parents In need of shoes for their children will find this a golden opportunity. Children's Shoes from 25c. a pair Tip. Ladles' Custom-made Shoes at lees than half actual value. Men's Shoes of the finest grades almost given away. It will pay you to buy them whether you need them or not. Come and examine tho extraordinnrv bargains that wo have placed on our odds and ends...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 April 1891

16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNtDVAJPRi:L 26,1891. GOSSIP OF THE GIRLS. AHco Confides to Dear Louise the Goings On in Washington. BUT A. VOLUMES OF IVErWS ' ' AVERY SHORT STORY. fi t m: I At It w U W That is very interesting and very profitable financially to onr CUS TOMERS, and as Brudder Jasper has said, "The sun do move," so it is with our immense stock, moving rapidly, and why ? BECAUSE EVERYTHING- IS A SACRIFICE. HOW IS THIS? Sc. Curtain Scrim, five, different patterns, at 4c, all on account of vacating. HOW IS THAT? sic. Check Muslin, 33c, in nice lengths of remnants, all on account of vacating. HOW IS THIS? I0c Satin Plaid, white foods, large, 6rnall, and medium Plaid, BJc., n good length of remnants, all on account of vacating. HOW IS THAT? 25c. Silk StrlDe Madras for shirts, shirt-waist, and blouses, 12Jc, in t nice lengui or remnants, an on account of vacating. HOW IS THIS? 14c Pride of the West Bleached Cotton, 8Jc, in good length of rem nants, all on account of vacating. Andro...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 April 1891

-T" I" MflK'- "' "flfMT"3-1Ji MB'jiWd, IWH. "WWVMW1'' "-F ,. 4 . , N JHtt& 3BSfelg ai0nai ltttU0ift , h SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 1S91. PAGES 17 TO 24 OUR LOST COMMERCE THK BUSTIK TUAT ONCE MARKED THK IllVEtt FKONTSOW SUSSING. Even the Coal Trade Is Almost Stopped What Some of the River Pront People Hnvo to Suy About tho ChmiKO. A liiBtorlan bclug requested oucc upon a tlmo to give a description of the various species of snakes In the land of St. Patrick wrote pithily in reply, "There are no snakes in Ireland." So a IIekam) reporter, after tramping along the dusty, dirty, and ankle twisting cobblestone roadway of Water street from the Long Bridge to Seventh-street wharf, if asked to describe tho commerce of AVash ington, would be inclined to reply, "There is no commerce in Washington." And yet this would bo an exaggeration. Not many year's since, before tho reclama thc river flats was well advanced, the channel on the Washington side gradually filled up until it was comparatively a mere...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 April 1891

., . WSJfc WHH- "I V ' THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUl(NDAY.APRIL 26.1891. 18 PI (K i Is BU1IDING permits. Permit for building wero issued to the fol lowing for tbo week ending Friday, April 24: P. J. Clarke, two brick dwellings on lot 194, square 103, 3340 and 3342 R street northwest, to cost $4,000. A. 11. Serames. ono brick dwelling on lot 54, square CO, 2139 Florida avenue northwest, to cost $5,500. D. B. GroiT. seven biick dwellings on lots 15 to 21, square S90, Nos. 713 to 72o Seventh street northeast, to cost $15,000. Anthony Davis, threo brick dwellings on lots 28 aud 29, souaro 778, Nos. 317, 319, and 321 G street northeast, to cost $4,500. William Hughes, one brick dwelling on lot 13, square 493, No. 400 C street northwest, to cost $1,500. . , ' A. E. Kiddle, Ave brick dwellings on lots 21 and 22, square 497, Nos. 431 to 459 alley southwest, :o cost $3,000. Harry Leo Bust, threo brick dwellings on lots 131 to 133, square 017, Nos. 1300, 1308, and 1310 North Capitol street northwest...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 April 1891

tW3 V THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, APRIL S6.1S91. 19 tyltxiYthxng, Q5ast 31fiiisg Umkungy (Sttsi xttxtxts 3JUttmIng, (fintsi 3ffifcKn3 JtJOnouS BjM-tljttt;,. - - Jl - "if A. 1. GORMAN, REAL ESTATE BROKER,, 608 Thirteenth Street Northwest. Houses for Sale U.W. T st near Tenth, in Snyder's now block, fine 8-story nnd cellar house, side and rear alloy, 9 rooms and bath; rented at $f50 per month; lot 20x95; will bo sold on easy terms $8,500 Corner on It st, 8-room brick dwelling and Btoro in best condition; can be bought for $300 cash; balance on easy tcrmB $0,800 SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE RENTING OF HOUSES. JONAS, GIBBS & CO., JXJZAJL. ESTATE, INSURANCE AND LOANS, Building Investments a Specialty. ARCHITECTUKE Our Architectural Department is In charge of one of the leading architects and most artistic designers in Washington, and wo are prepared to furnish plans and estimates for buildings of every description, and to guar antee satisfaction. We also estimate on plans of other a...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 April 1891

piiiplJiii)Ul'll'HlW'SW!iiy't'4W'w "isrirr- ""r'liiwifi'wviiijiitfijwwav lifOzrtz El"- ' iinitiy'imiMH Jimyuy inwqtj. Ji3 11 'i - 20 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 28, 1891 f'TWP"W'if'MWMffUWBIf ' "f'"IW r .ft 1. 1 , n- ii ' 'I BUILDING NOTES. A. T. Brltton, presldont o the American Sc uurlty aud Trust Company, has been granted si permit to erect their new bank on lot 1, square 233, No. 1403 G street northwest, at n cost of $50,000. Architects Fnvn, NaefT k, Co. have almost completed the working drawings for the Mctzcrott Music Hall, the erection of which will be commenced in June on tho site of the Emergency Hospital, Twelfth street, between E and F streets northwest. James H. McGlll will erect on G street, be tween Ninth and Tenth streets noithwcst, lotsuO, 57, andDS, square 376, a, large ofllce building. Iron, brick, and stono will be the mntcrial, and there will bo four stores on the lirst lloor. The cost will bo $50,000. Mr. J. P. Clark is having plans prepared for two three-...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 April 1891

THE) SXJNIDA.Y HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 26. 1891, 21 $tifcj3i $Esslttt)fc jOwtevsi. 5Rxtt $Esfcsijbe vvtlvsi $tet ?(?5iHi Bxi:ziljzv& ita W&t&te ?&ftBl. JSKTu M&tol S&sstvntxs iSnetJbcrssi.. FOR SALE. A boautif ul slx-rooin nnd cellar house with stable, excellent locntlon, uorthenst, only $3,800. Easy terms. A BARGAIN On tlio West 6lde of Fourteenth strcot north west. Good ten-room house, nil modem Im provements; lot 20x138 to 80-foot alloy, only $9,500. Nearly new six-room brick on Eighth street northeast; lot 10x110, only $3,000. BROOKLAN1). Two of the finest corners In this subdivision nvlll bo sold at a sacrifice. FOR RENT. That very desirable ten-room corner house. No. 247 North Capitol Btrcct, hard-wood 'finish, frescoed ceilings, partly furnished. T?or particulars apply to WYCKOFF & CAHILL. Real Estate Brokers, 'SXO IP Street ISortlrweHt. Secure a plot of one or moro acres of ground 'in South Tacoma, Lamond Station. J. D. Giubs. Chajiles G. H. lioEFFL...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 April 1891

7 V3WW,ff f ' JJI J gP1 ! UW; f rifT,wiwl,r '""fiuw 'j-.frsSrK t "TTtT , ,1? --' 's, - --7r,3SF?Tr qrYiasm in iif.,i .a"i'ju' imwwh nffry u- . 22 THE SXJKIDA.Y HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 26. 1S91. MERRILL, TERRY & WHITE, REAL ESTATE, LOANS, and INSURANCE, -psttnfcmjcj? jcrjcjocvtttintff ;htn$iTgt jccasttmjg - zkx&lfxK&Kkzij "-HCJ 4 I I 14 F STREET NORTHWEST. nwtxwminnnaaSSB fc 4 IKv ,R hi t 1 I U f A i-ii !! i! M IS i 1 FOB SALE 15th st, near 0, an elegant 8-story ami basement brick, 14 rooms and bath, heated by hot water; lot 21x100 to alley. A bargain to a quick pur chaser W st, near 13th, a cozy 2-story brick, (5 rooms ana bath. Trice $3,900 R 6t, near 14th, 2-6tory brick, 7 rooms, bath, and cellar, largo lot, paved alloy In rear $3,500 I 6t nw, near 13th, 3-story brick, 10 rooms and bath, furnaco heat, south ern exposure $8,250 FOR SALE-LOTS. 21st st, bet O and P nw, 20x115 $1 83 U st, bet 14 and 15th nw, 20,600 feet 1 10 D 6t ne, bet 1st and 2d, 60x82 1 05 Gstne, bet 3d ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 April 1891

TH SUNDAY JSERALD, SUNDAY. APRIL 26, 1S91. 28 Ml uuhUM Destined to Be One of the Most Beautiful Suburbs of Washington. Only thirteen minutes' ride by express train 'from 13. & 0. Depot, and only clglit miles distant. Commutation tickets, six cents a trip. Has the advantages of a WIMP WEGE AND MILITARY ACADEMY, Largely endowed by tbc United States Gov ernment and alBo by the State of Maryland. All students In West Point uniform. School, Sunday-School, and Church. Good store, public ball, post office, tele graph station, and express office. Good avenues, shade trees, and largo park. Will sell on monthly installment plan, or allow liberal discount for cash. Largo rebate to builders. Lots 50x300 feet. Only $300 and $400. Will exchange a few lots for city property In cood location. JOHN 0. JOHNSON, MANAGER, Kesideuce, College Park; Office, 12th and G. apl9-4to . WM. A. HMMEL, BUILDING CONTRACTOR, Office and Shop, 1000 CONN. AYE. Estimates Cheerfully Given for All Kinds of Work. REPAI...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 April 1891

' il&Sffr&iT . i-a J-. niximwium0Tmi!ttmisipis&flP: to' 1 i ' J: A 24: THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 6, 1S91. (Wlh"1 -VfWjvfcy r'" r t R v t ! K i I ft 1 'I i $ ! K HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. rimiw, Ai'ini. 17. JohnE. Bcnll et ix. to Frank L. Graham, lot 2S, block a, Fnirvlcw Heights, $20. Caroline Browne ct vir Benjamin 11. to George F. Pollock, lot 27, squnro 723, 01m stcail & Wnmcr's (trustees) sub., $1,080. Ira J. Baker et ux. to William B. Pace, Sr., five-sixths of lots 5 and 0, block 15, 100 feet on Twenty-second street by 125 feet, containing 12,500 "feet, $ . , , , , , Commissioners o District o Columbia to Frederick G. Auknm, north part original lot 10, sr snuarc 72o. ;, 27 feet 9i inches on First street bv fwJ. fnnfcjtnx deed. Same to'samc, original lot 17, square 725, tax deed, $24.02. Snmc to same, south part lot 12, square 793, 2S feet on Fourth street by 70 feet, tax deed, 15.24. Same to same, original lot 7, square S34, tax deed, $909. M . Same to same,...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 3 May 1891

V V I i i JVnfr WLxxklig U&titfro&i lttiUigTa?. VOL. XXVI. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, MAY 3. 1S91.24 PAGES. NO.7 0W MM ik vv J JJ EQUITABLE CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING ASSOCIATION, OITIOK: EQUITABLE BUILDING, 1003 F STREET. Assets, $ 1, 2 2 5, 2 74.18. The following is from" the Inst monthly statement, showing the increase and volume of business transacted, aud what has been accomplished by the members with the advantages and opportunities afforded them in this association : Total receipts $0,387,230.88 Receipts, past 12 months 1,000,101.35 Monthly average receipts, past 12 months 88,340.78 Amount of advances (.0 shareholders $3,1)02,100.00 Amount of advances returned and settled iL5li?-j Advances held by shareholders $1, 000,450. S5 Amount of dues on stock, at $2.50 per share.. $2,070,070.00 Amount returned to shareholders 1,050,00-1.24 Amount of active stock jfrliffJgii!.7 fe .SS Amount of net earnings $203,043.31 Amount of earnings paid shareholders 135,543.03 Net earnings and surplus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 3 May 1891

TKCK SUKDA.YHBRA.L3D. SUNDAY. MAY 8. 1891. L.JL i.nmdiiiiilfiFili! Is' w ft & LusM&Bn. Mourning ami Black Dress Goods. Wc have just received another "Import Order" of Light Weights for spring and sum mer wear of entirely new fabrics comprising tho latest designs and newest weaves to which wc invite special attention. Priestley's Silk and Wool Grcnadino and Mousscline, 40 inches wide, at 75c. Priestley's Satin Stripe Nun's Veiling, 42 inches wide, at $1.25. Priestley's Challis Stripes, (new,) 42 inches wide, at $1.25. Priestley's Satin Stripe Grenadine, 42 inches wide, at $1. Priestley's Camel's Hair Grenadine, 42 inches wide, at$l. Priestley's All-wool Challis Cloth, 38 inches wide, at 75c. Priestley's All-wool Challis Cloth, 40 inches wide, at $1. Priestlcy'6 Silk Warp Crystelctte, 46 inches wide, at $1.25. Silk Warp Lansdowne, 40 inches wldo, $1.25. Mohairs and Brilliantlnes In great variety. 39-inch Mohair, (extra value,) at 50c. 39-inch Brilliantine, (fine,) at G2ic. 39-...

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

THE SUJSLJDiVY Ef-B'RAIv'DriSUiN DAYi MAY 3 1891. 3 '& 1'i $ it w.i i . e 'i i ; MH 1 i ih ) uV t m n r n if. DERWOOD PARK HIGH, HEALTHY, and BEAUTIFUL It Leads AH Other Subdivisions in the Following Points : First ELEVATION, being 516 feet above sea level Second SALUBRITY. The altitude makes it the Third ACCESSIBILITY. The train service being so a most picturesque suburban quarter, commanding an exten- most healthy and delightful location, and a most desirable complete that Derwood Park is reached as quickly from busi sive view in every direction. place for a cool summer residence. ness part of city as" the furthest portion of Georgetown. Besides the foregoing it has the following additional advantages: Two Stores, Post Office, Station on Property, Creamery, Canning Establishment, Grain Elevator, Steam Flour Mill, (capacity, 100 barrels,) Large Boarding-house, and Congenial Society. The Only Manufacturing Town on. the Metropolitan Branch. Adjoining the Subdivision of North Rook...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 3 May 1891

THE SUNDAY HERAID, SUNDAY, M AY 3, 1891 is t i I K F I' 3te sunto !lE)eraft TOccfUe Qtationaf 3nfcffigencet the National Intelligencer ESTABLISHED 1830. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABLISHED 1836. j&ntcrcd at the l'ost Ofttco at "Washington, I). C, as Second-class Mutter. .J . II. SOUIjK, ...T.ItENSKY, I Proprietors. A ;aitdrlnl ami Publication nniccs South west Cor. 11th nnil KSt. N. W. $30 REWARD. -THE SUNDAY HERALD" Is con vinced thnt ttioro Is an organized cane ' at pnpor thieves In this city, -who follow Its carriers around nnd tnko the papers from the Ooor-itops. Wo will pny a ro--trard of $30 for tho ftrrost and convic tion of uny one of those thieves. $30 REWARD. The morals, arte, aud refinements of civil ization have not made much progress in Samoa, hut the diseases of civilization seem to have caught on there. Ex-King Tamascso died the other day of Bright's disease of the kidneys. The Chinese government was a good while in making up its mind that it did not vraut to TecciTG Mr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 3 May 1891

E3i tinJrW"--1 -" nr39Sp.. 3!,"jSUBXIa W.WIMllkJU.'WI Staftr - -, T Vj. - - THE SUNDAY.HERALD.SUNDAY, MAY 3. 1891, a ii m H) . i wsr ' i i "J ii f NO BREAK IN THE RECORD THK NATIONALS SCORE T11KIR U8UAI. DKFKAT IN BOSTON. 'TChn Gnino Wiw a Spirited Ono, Hut tho Score Was 0 to 1 The Efforts to Strengthen Hio Tenm General Sport ing iind Athletic Gossip of tile Week. i Special to tbe Sunday Heuamj. B6ston, May 2. Tho Nationals played "their opening game in 13o6ton to-day, and tho contest was witnessed by a largo and orithu- elastic crowd of spectators. Tho Nationals created tv favorable Impression, and oughth 'tho,game never was in doubt, yet thoy played in a lively and spirited way that kept tho Bos ttons on tho jump. Tho Bostons presented their strongest team, Haddock and Murphy occupying the points, whilo tho Nationals had out Bakcly and Maglnne. Tho batting wbb comparatively light, tho Bostons getting in nine clear hits, while tho Nationals only got nix off of Haddock, while Bakoly...

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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