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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 4 October 1891

- v " 6 THJS STiJNJ&AV H'E'RLD, OClTOBKR 4. IS91. 1, s Va --C 4 i 11 'vv "miwrntg.r xiy?.m a nil css r BOSTON GIVEN THE PENNANT. Thousands "Witness tho Presentation nnd tlio Gamo "With Washington. Spcclnl to The Sunday Herald. Boston, Oct. 3. The American Association championship season ended hero to-day in a gala manner, as the people turned out in large numbers to -witness tho farewell appear ance of the champions. Tho pennant was flung to the breeze as the gome opened, and the great concourse of people hailed its ap pearance with shouts and applause. It is of blue and white silk, thirty-three feet long, and i6 suitably inscribed as to tho winners. Gen eral Hi Hi Dixwell made the pre sentation speech and Center fielder Tom Brown received it on behalf of the Bostons. Brown was also presented, with the magnificent watch that was voted In the Referee contest. Joyce, who has been laid up for two months with an Injured ankle, made his appearance and played the last portion of the g...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 4 October 1891

-K " v r-" M- It' jp- .on- i X2 T SteV3J -3Wfe?r xvxr -e--aisfc,1fh!is1M-5f'' .ri&tHlx V-Jjrtp -f . . itf , ,- r t-fs3'- , x .- T-- v-. 'I THE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOfBER 4, IS 91. ICi PTS t&W l i3i 143 I H tf I I1 u I. PLAYS OP A HIGHER GLASS FKOTHY FAROES GIVK WAY TO MONK OklD ErUEKTAINMKNT. Notilblo Hills at tlio Xioadlng Ilotiaes Thin Week Mr. Wlllnrd, tho FAtnons English Actor, IcOXnlto His Flist Ap rtcurnnco Hero Staco Notes. . 1 '. f "Eight Bells" drew' good boused at Al baugh's last week and made a good Impression. It 1b one of those pieces like "Tho Voyage En Swlsso," Id which tho Hanlons used to appear, but It possesses tho merit of groatcr originality and Ingenuity, as well In tho manner as In tho mechanism of tho production. Tho Byrne Brothers as tumblers would bo bard to beat. They appear and disappear In the most harmonious and agile manner through apettures and doors that seem to bo anything else but what thoy really are. Aside from the Brothers Bryne, there aro &...

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

,ja-V- ' -u)ii , H-. i :& -. XV &! rWKiSXiI1JSl!DA.V ffl&&AE,D. OCTOBER -4. IS 91. ' . -,t ,v.. P J? 1 7 1 5 Market Space, Bet. 7th and 8th Sts. H. W. O.F" '1 'I , i a E 'J Again we step before the Public and unveil the thousand and one Bargains we have purchased to be sold to the thankful Public that has o-iven us, in our six years of business career, such encouragement. We are proud to know that our entire success was due to square and plolite dealing, and the ladies in Washington appreciate the fact that we count among their favorite shopping places. We are daily increasing our Stock and can show the cheapest, finest and most select lines in Millinery, Cloaks, Infants' Wear, Corsets, Gloves, Hosiery, Notions, and Fancy Goods. Bargains in Millinery For This Week. We are showing genuino Imported Hats and Bonnets, price to import $35, our price $20; one lot fine imported Hats at $10, and one lot to close at $6. Elegant Domestic Hate, at only $5. Untrinimed Hats. One ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 4 October 1891

-& '. 'T?r..-,i'Tte.- , ' MPWHHMIHi f --(r-T- -i , JJiflT,'Ipn - .?- ls s- - ,Y'rjTWHW'WWKtMW'''MWN MWBMIWitf3MMf-M'llW'WMH' . Wintini4J"iinntap'yW1' mMn ..i..up,n u i liitm 'U? JUpfr 3Erjerhlr E&txxmad Intmjemc ESTABLISHED 1SOO. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1S91. PAGES 9 TO 16. ' fl rstyyurJ-wsfrTMSiffw m 'Wingfeiy $s!5fflf( i.-ii wsi v ,fl R M THINKS THEM FAILURES. PltOFESSOR HAZEN HAS X.XTTX.B JfAITH IN THE IUIK-PRODDOEKS. Their Experiments Provo Nothing and tho Reports of Them Aro Wide Opon to Suspicion A Suggestion For More Scientific Tests. Professor II, A. Hazcn, of tho Weather Bu reau, lias watched with considerable- interest tho rain-producing experiments of General Dyrcnforth and from all tho facta ho can clean has come to tho conclusion that the experi ments are a failure. To a IIbualu reporter ho said yesterday: "There aro two views, which have been rather freely advanced regarding tho recent experiments in raln-productlon in Western Texas. One of these admits that light s...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 4 October 1891

mmmHim ,'LttW! '' 4 1 TL i, twt T s. . "i rrti '-f v. , wrt - . - a - VM--JU-I iS. -tJkc , 10 THE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER 4. 1891. NEWS OF THE LODGES. "WHAT IS GOING OH AMONG TIIK FRATKKNITIES. Kchoos of tho Masonic Relief Conven tion I. O. O. F. Gossip andl'ornonalii Coming I. O. M. Visitations Itoolia bl o and Goldon Cross Ketos. The following Masonic bodies moet upon ths evenings of tho ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple B. B. French No. 15, Monday, 5th; Fontalpha No. 33, Monday, 5th; National No. 12, Tues day, Cth; Washington Centonnlal No. 14, "Wednesday, 7th; New Jerusalom No. 3, Thurs day, Sth; St. John's No. 11 Pilday, 9th; Hopo No. 20, Friday, 0th. A. A. S. R. 8anctuary, 1007 G street Ca thedral Uslrle, No. 36, Wednesday, 7th; Harmony No. 17, Thursday, Sth. Blue room Columbia No. 3, Wednesday, 7th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 5, Monday, 5th; George C. Whiting No. !KB, Thursday, Sth. MaBonic Hall, Anacostla Anacostla No. 31, Monday, 5th. Soyal Arch Chap...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 4 October 1891

". fKrjr "JWP fHWMFt' THE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER 4. 1891. 11 Vf M fi I" I . .1 i ;l "CHARLES LOCKHEAD, PRACTICAL PLUMBER AND Q'AS FITTER. Lead Burning a Specialty. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. PERSONAL SUPERVISION GIVEN TO ALL WORK. "WORK WARRANTED TO GIVE SATIS FACTION. No. B027 M 8TREET. GEORGETOWN, D. C. 9 REGISTERED PLUMBER, GAS AWD STEAM FITTER Job Work a Speoialty. 429 EIGHTH STREET SOUTHEAST. AH Orders left at 615 Seventh street north west will receive prompt attention. The Henry I c Shane HiMFAOTMKG CO., C. J. IcCUBBII,, MANAGER, NO. 423 TENTH STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. C. 417 Eleventh Street N. W., Plumbing and Gas Fitting. House Drainage and Ventilation. Remodeling and Jobbing Promptly Attended to. J. R. QUINTER, PRACTICAL PLUMBER AND -GAS FITTER, 1414 RHODE ISLAND AVENUE. WASHINGTON Electric Construction Co., 609 Twelfth Street N.W. We are in our New Store. Come and see us. ELECTRICAL SPECIALTIES AND NOVEL TIES IN STOCK. ANY AND ALL KINDS OF ELECTRIC LIGHT MATER...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 4 October 1891

' ftf& "fBTj . . . V "' WIMBWWPBTB "V " !) "V A .if1 ' H V 'w---fT i -- - fMMPnFf "wf vwi ir t k w,k. .i..-v .J .. - . fcjBtfrwwi Hf twwiSiawiiiPf JJmffJ H ' fl Wfl etf" HP r -- .,3tirV-' "4kr W - ., .a. -twiwttMSrrtt rfrVaMr twm"1" w K., 12 THE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER 4, 1891. EEAL ESTATE Settled Weather All That is Kequired to Precipitate a Boom. ALREADY THERE IS A A. 23Jp: Xenl In Nortlnvcstcrn vlu.'laii Property-13illtlliisr S1I11 Active. The change Jn the Treathcr, -which occurred the early part of last week, was a welcome one to real estate operators. Since the flurrj at the 1st of September the market has been dull aud the blamo for It was assigned by everyone to the weather. "When tho break came it had an immediate effect, and although the.number of sales was not Tory much In excess of that of the previous week, the In creased activity was apparent by the number of inquiries. Agents still talk of their ina bility to secure sufficient houses for rent to fill the demand. Th...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 4 October 1891

Iwt-,frt" w-f v . THE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER 4. 1891. 33 H m w I IT IS OVER NOW, Hut tho September Hot Stielln XV iih n Stunner XVhllo It I-iistcd. Tho uuuaunl hot spell which recently pre vailed nil over tho United States was a phe nomenal one for tho period of tho year in which It occurred. Slnno tho establishment of the Weather Bureau twenty years ago nothing like It has been known. During tho week ending September 25, tho temperature, was from 8 to 21 higher than tho mean temperaturo of that week for tho previous years. Tho greatest Increase was In Wisconsin and Minnesota, where the heat becamo bo in tenso that schools wore closed and Taxation extended until a break In the weather camo This chango appeared In tho Northwest the llrst of last week aud gradually extended eastward until It reached tho Atlantic Coast and New England on Wednesday. At the Weather Bureau tho chaugo Is believed to bo a permanent one and any continued hot weather is not expected. Naturally this condition ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 4 October 1891

- feTjK wlv ij . u ' " ' j vp r-i a . z - -r- ,. ,-..jz-l ....-. , r . ' .t ... ifiiwiiiw iiiWinKMiinHitPPl'V V S' JU V -fU- "v. t -.,( it f- -witjwdfc -4Hh-.. - er-. . 45-f ' "'' -fc W We f '.-$ & -f- ' ---- - r -jnrFi t.i lU-rfL. 4. j, z' '.. .-- t --f ?- . g'vjy- & TjwjfaitHHf.rty-w- 1 T-V tftr ' '" m 14 THE SUNDAY KKRALD, OCTOBER 4, 1891. '"111 i Hi XijCttfcjOcn:Ed 3E;uctjcmttri. ISxtUfcufcrsu xU&r5S gUgS?fe&g& l - w WKw "V-xoar r WWHPirwj - I; w a GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY, (FOUNDED ITSfl.) SCHOOL OF X,.AW FACULTY: REV. .T. HAVENS RICHARDS, S. J., President of the University. HON. WILLIAM A. RICHARDSON, LL. D. (Chief Justice U. S. Court of Claims) Lecturer on Statutery anil AdmlulstraMvo Law, anil Local Maxims. MARTIN F. MORRIS, LL. D., Doav of the Faculty, and Lecturer on Consti tutional and international Law, Admiralty, anil Comparative Jurisprudence. HON. JEREMIAH M. WILSON, LL. D., Lecturer on the Law of Real Estate, and the Law of Evidence. ANDREW 13. DUVAL...

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

gj"nn 7'n-i"jiin,H.;ia,iTi i ii'ii ji....!;., tii,.'Mv'tfr-AgW THE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER 4. 1891. 15 Wimwwwwi ii njiwnwmmm m ;i i m HI MiJ? Ml a 1! H i TIIOS. Q. HMSEY & Heal Estate, ILoans, and JnsurajQce, 1300 JF STREET NORTHWEST FOR SALE -Flno how house on Bth 6t no 9 rooms; bath; nil m i; largo lot. Trice, 50,800. FOH SALE A large, well-built residence on O st, near tho Capitol; 14 rooms; bath m 1; in perfect order; 20x 100 to alley. Price, $0,500, TELEPHONE CALL, 116W3. REAL ESTATE 608 Thirteenth Street Northwest. Houses for Sale H.W. T st near Tentb, in Snyder's now block, fine 3-story and cellar houso, side and rear alley, 9 rooms and bath; rented at $50 per month; lot 20x95; will bo sold on easy terms $8,500 Corner on R st, 8-room brick dwelling and store in best condition; can be bought for $300 cash; balance on easy terms $8,800 SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE RENTING OF HOUSEB. Conveyancing. Titles Examined. ANDREW 3. SCHWARTZ, CLAIMS, REAL ESTATE AGENT INSURANCE, NO....

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 4 October 1891

j" .s srft -uF - aetM-&gaMttwiaMMM KfiWi-i-MI"-"- -. '" ":"."TZ. " - ..-.. . .. Wfwi sjryw Wnwg'r'JWMW' 'nw iin'w- 16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER 4. 1S91. . . - . - .i . . J. uAlfc-111 liil.H- 1 .L t ? fj imk ffcjafcjsrojfciTfcjs .REPORT OF THE CONDITION OP TUB sprnvn NATIONAL HANK. At Washington, In the District of Columbia, At. the close of business September 25, 1S91. RESOURCES. Loaus and discounts $745,103 80 Overdrafts, secured nnd unsecured 1,313 11 U. S. bonds to secure circulation.. 50,000 00 Stocks, securities, claims, otc 0,047 07 Due from approved reserve agents 40,194 51 Due from other national banks.... 19,653 99 Due from Stato banks and bankers 1,187 14 Bauklng house, furniture, and fixtures H5.100 00 Current expenses nnd taxes paid.. 4,447 07 Premiums on U. S. bonds 1,797 51 Checks and other cash Items 5,057 89 Exchanges for clearing-house 11,799 52 Bills of other banks 1,473 00 Fractional paper currency, nick els, and cents 2,103 10 Specie 203,451 00 Legal-tender ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 October 1891

yni,i.Jiw-wyjrii'iliii i. igjioimii iKntduitinHSSSIPBW hi V livh M .', Jiitft Wwklig M&kitxn&l nklli&nK VOL. XXVI. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11. 1891.-16 PAGES. NO. 30. llf i i i l A u IM WRECK OF THE DESPATCH. THE "PRESIDENT'S YACHT" STRAND ED ON VIIIQXNIA 8nOAT,S. A Total X,onn All tho Crow Snfoly Limrled anl HonB'od"on tho Bench Tho Vessel WnB En Route to Wash- Lewes, Del., Oct. 10. Tho United States steamer Despatch, ashoro on Assatoaguo Shoal, is totally wrecked. All Hho crew are safely Innded and housed on tho beach. Baltimore, Oct. 10. Tho United States steamer Despatch went ashoro laBt night in a heavy go!o on the Assatoaguo Shoals, on tho east coast of Virginia, about sixty miles north east of Cape Charles. Tho6hoals stretchout to sea for many miles; the ship struck on tho outside. The News in Washington. The superintendent of tho Hfo saving serv ice last night received a tolcEram from tho keeper of the life station at Assateague, Va., saying the United States...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 October 1891

XK&iBiaSCiDAY KGE)Ai OCTOBBR-ll,. 1891, $4- ;.i1 ? M. it r " ) 1 w it 0 1 j. i. M X THEIiOCALi STOCK MARKET. i A Gratifying Increaso In tho Volume of linstnoBS on tho Bxohaneo. Business was falrl j active on the local Stock Exchange last week, with an abrogate of sales far abovo the avcrago for tho la6t five or six months. Bond rights cxchangablo for convertible bonds of tho Washington and Georgetown Railroad to tho extent of $5,000 sold for 130. For 50 shares of Washington Gas stock 43g was paid and 35 shares were al lowed to go for 43. For 2,000 Washington Market Improvement 6lxes 110 wa8 paid. There were larger sales of bank stocks last week than usual. For 10 shares of Lincoln bank 100 was paid; 5 Columbia National brought 155 and for 5 Bank of Washington 430 was realized. The closing bid on Lincoln Bank was OS, with no offerings. On Celumbla bank 150 was bid and 160 asked. For Bank of Washington 430 was bid with 430 aBkcd. Privately during tho week 10 shares of Lin coln Ban...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 October 1891

', If. THE SUNDAY HBRAJUD, OCTOBER 11, 1891. 3 ,f vt , .... ay iiKinn ml WiiiiiBiu i ii i mmmm wmm mam mmmmmu "IW hjii i "11 i " i ii ii i ... n i . .- -- - .-- . .,,,,, , IT n 5,i' in i , $ f m WW M i J m It was a very appropriate thing for the newly decorated and furnished apartments of the White House to bo opened for the firBt tlmfor a Indies.' reception, as thoy were by Mrs. Harrison on Wednesday evening last to receive the Dauuhters of the American Revo lution. The reception was given in honor of the visiting regents, who had been in Wash ington for several days on official business. Mrs. Harrison received the ladles at 5 o'clock In the central doorway of the EaBt Room. All the drawing rooms were thrown open and were brilliant with electric lights. A palm in the center of the dais was the only floral dec oration of the elegant room. Mrs. Harrison wore a black gown of Ottoman Bilk, trimmed with black lace. Mrs. Cabell, vice president of the D. A. R., made the introductions. Tho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 October 1891

I,u vV.?Vw ,$( w$- - l&TSKte&v jW&Xf:h. ocfogM nriBi. l i Bi A it 1 4 I ft Vf A 111 l I B .1 B"i t l" I '. In! If h ; 4 I. IS Jccfilc (ftatumaf 3nfcfltgcnccr. the National Intelligencer ESTABLISHED 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD UTMUIHEO HM. Entered nt tho Tost Offlco at Washington, D. C.i ns Second-clnes Mnttor. J. H. SOUIE, A.T.HENSEV, .Proprietors. Editorial and Publication Offices South west Cor. 11th and ESta.TT. IV. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription in advance) per year $2.50 Remittances should be made by postal note, money order, or checks on New York or TFcwh inalon. When checks on bank in other cities are setit the cost of collectionwill be deducted. The Editor of The Bunday Herald can not undertake to preserve or return rejected communications. Persons wlio desire to possess Vieir communications, if unwed, should retain a copy. Local reports and absoluUnews of sufflcicn importance to justify publication will be wcl eomed from -ajiu one, and if valuable will be paid ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 October 1891

.-- TrfE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER 11. 1891. -J- 'J. ' If' ' Ui lift lyfl I si I,, BL, li i M' THE MASHER NUISANCE And Other Nuisances Which Women Needlessly Endure. Mr Deau Louibe: Dullness with a big D pervades tuo city. It is folt ovprvjvhero, anil the bunion is laid on tho clork of, .tho weather. It has always been a Washington custom for young Rirla also old ones to promenade on tho sldowalkB during the warm summer even ings, unattended by escorts, and seldom does anything disagreenblo rcsulU Lately, girls returning from tho country have complained ot bavlng to enduro the lmportinonco of a-would-bo masher, who has nppcarod In dif ferent scctlous of tho northwest, aud com pelled tho evening promenadcrs to beat a hasty retroat to tho shelter of homo. Police men aro not ubiquitous, and this point Is pre sumably taken into consideration by the masher, for ho usually makes his presenco known whon thero is not a man in sight. I have been told that a girl recognized him and located his r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 October 1891

Itv.l nPTTTvfcf S - 1 - ? fVi I" THE SUNDAY HERALD. O.CTOBER 11. LS91. ft k f I W i k t,rt R K if im -;if f r . T AKMT NOTES. A general court-martial is appointed to meet at David's Island, Now York Harbor, Tues day, the 13th day of October, for tho trial of such prisoners as may brought before It. The detail for the board is as follows: Major Joseph R. Gibson, 6urgoon: Captain John McE. Hyde, assistant quartermaster; First Lieutenant "William C. McFarland, Sixteenth Infantry: First Lieutenant Charles B. Hardin, Eighteenth Infantry; First Lieutenant Wil liam B. Reynolds, Fourteenth Infantry; First Lieutenant Rowland G. Hill, Twentieth In fantry; Second Lieutenant Charles P. Russ, Eleventh Infantry. First Lieutenant George R. Cecl!, Thirteenth Infantry, judgo advo cate. By an order issued from tho War Depart ment the garrison at Fort Bennett, S. D., will be withdrawn and tho post abandoned. The company of infantry stationed at that point will be sent to Fort Yatea, and tho troop of c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 October 1891

It m 1THE SUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER 11, 189 i. ' 1 ra i ii M ill ! i r, rt ! M i I!1 (Ni ABOUT THE PLAY HOUSES. MR. WIIiXAltl) SUOIIES A GREAT 8UCOES8 IN WASHINGTON. No Actor Slnco Irvlnjj Iliin Mnrio a Deeper Impression Tho Mil for the Coming Thontrlcnl Woolc A IMonslni: Variety of lCntortiilnmont OfTcrocl. Tho leading theatres hail meritorious en tertainments lastweoU and tlioy did a satis, factory busluess. " Darlington's Widow," which held tho stago at Albaugh's, Is n moder ately amusing comedy, with no qront pro tenses to originality of Incident or literary merit. Tho critical could sco much In It that they conld not applaud heartily, but It seemed to hit the tosto of tho audloncca and Is, no doubt, of as high a plane of merit as roasouablo pooplo can expect as i rulo this early In tho sea son when maungors do not dud It easy to eocttro attractions of tho highest order, and could not afford to cugago them If they did. Tho comedy was competently dono by tho ladles and gentlemen of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 October 1891

v htfB2ais2 nnm -"-,t'llW'fv.h, r -lfc ,j ..v -,-,. 8 fHESUNDAY HERALD, OCTOBER 11.1891. y" 1 J-i 1 w i I M ! f J I! (fi k Gt ! I'vi r i', f L! whFA " '')i,'otJP,V)" UJ-'ZQf 'LINE UP!" NOW THE OHY. Xocal I'ootbnlllsts Aotho and Exciting Contests Promised. Tho echoes f tho bleachurs no longer answer to the shout, "Play ball !" The cry from this on will be, "Lino up 1" for the reign of baseball Is ovor, and football has taken its place, and all tho indications point to the most interesting aud exciting football season ever known In Washington. Tho ath letic clubs and tho local colleges have gone In for It with enthusiasm, and the amateurs of this sport will have a chanco to see a series of games that will stir their blood as no other out-door sport ever does. There is an impression abroad among parents that the game of football is very dan gerous. And so it is dangerous for frail and fragile youngsters without training to attempt to play football. It is not a gamo for weak lings or In...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 11 October 1891

rnMi. 'Jfl&liSsaffiLI :'.. '-i-rV.J- f ',.. Vt ,.,'".)I 3 Vf i. J iilS' ;: - r- ""- : -r --- -i- -.-. -.v -. i - ' -T . . T ..".:;.- .-. - "Tr 'il',"'-"TrHrww"iiliiii jiim.. f r . ' ' Unix 3ffiUlr U&iixmstl ntlljQnjcK ESTABLISHED 1800. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1S91. PAGES 9 TO 16. Jtaitftnj 1 sssV ltsssVf "frjiv' - Bh AV II 1 7 IF ii FOR THIRTY-THREE YEARS mks. m. u. martin uas taught xiin YOUNG IDE.VnoW TO SHOOT. IiOUijer In Sorvlco than any Othor Dis trict I'tibUu School Touchor, but Still IJrlght. and Active Nows and GobbIp Prom tho Class Eooiim, One would never suspect even after ft closo examination of the pleasant face of Mrs. 21. E. Martin, whose picture is given In this ar ticle, that Bho had for thirty-three years boon engaged otcadlly lu teaching school. Tot such Is tho fact. Mrs. Martin has taught in the Washington public schools a greater num ber of years than any other teacher now on the rolls, und she has an admirable record. She is a well-preserved, good-looking wo...

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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