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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 November 1891

I 6 TH lkJND&3E?KA.D, "'NOVEMBER''tSQl," i A i ... i i 4 w BWfWPWWW 1 twe'rc Stt 04-. every S j. c0li(s I AMONG THE PLAYHOUSES. ATTKACTIONS THAT HAVE GONE AND THOSE TO COME. How the "Tar and Tartar" Was Received. Tho Bills at the Different Houses for This Week Approaching Visit of tho Juch Opera Company. The rendition of "Tho Tar ana tho Tartar" at Albaugh's last week created a great deal of interest, especially from the fact that the music was for the most part written by Adam Itzel, jr., of Baltimore, who has made himself personally popular here as at one time director of summer opera. Mr. Itzel is a young man whose musical accomplishments are attracting much attention here as elsewhere, and it was therefore but natural that large audiences should turn out to hear his opera. "The Tar and tho Tartar" is a success. It Is a success musically and dramatically. It Is tuneful and original," many of the airs being peculiarly "catchy," and in action it is lively and well connected. Th...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 November 1891

"- .4 THE SUNDAY HERALD. NOVEMBER 15, 1891 '8 m m VI '. THE ARMY AND THE NAVY. ARMY NOTES. Tho following transfers in .tho Eighteenth Infantry have been made: UpUln James II. Baldwin, from Company E to Company 1, and Captain William B. Whcolor, from Company I to Company E. Captain William K. Hall, assistant surgeon, will bo rolicved from duty at Fort Schuyler, N. Y., on the arrival nt that pott of Major William D. Wolverton, surgeon, and will then proceed to Angol Island, Cal., for duty. Leave of absence for four months, with per mission to go beyond tho sea, has boon granted Lieutenant Colonel William B. Hughes, dep uty quartermaster general. Post Chaplain Sherman M. Merrill, of tho Army, has been found Incapacitated for active service by an Army retiring board. Tho following assignments to duty of offi cers of tho medical department, recently ap pointed, have been ordered: JFirst Lieutenant Henry C. Fisher, assistant surgeon, Fort ltilcy, Kan.; First Lieutenant Henry A. Shaw, assi...

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

THE SXJNDlAlY HERALD, NOVEMBER 15. 1S91. & IMPROVEMENTS!!! IMPROVEMENTS!!! IMPROVEMENTS! H U WmwWm Kli V-riVTa i'iTfi:ri VM.lfritin.'X "' n j t ifimi r inn mn rrh i in rarn u niiinuiriuti n r.c I i i Mi i . iU'iViuV7itf)tsr eluded tho COLUMBLIS BITE THE DUST. The Scliuylktll Navy Tonin Defeiits the Iiocul Eleven 12 to 0. The largest and best regulated c rowd that has attended Capital Park this season to wit ness the game of football gathered there yes terday to watch the eleven of the Columbia Athletic Club and the Athletic Club of the Schuylkill Navy fight, tackle, and scrap for the championship of the Atlantic Division A. A. U. The crowd was not composed of ,men entirely, for in the old weather beaten grand stand were many ladies. Around the ropes were carriages, drags, and village carts. As usual the teams were late arriving, and the C. A. C. were the last to get on the giouuds. The Schuylkill representatives came but in a tally-ho, and ranging themselves on the east Bide mad...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 November 1891

V u ' A i JUtfr ffliklig SJ&t&sm&l Iwi&Uixjxms ESTABLISHED 1SOO. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1891. PAGES 9 TO 16. Eh M r I It f:i 1! " METROPOLITAN SKETCHES A UNIQUE PROJECT IN Xni! FIEX.D OP NEW YORK JOURNALS K. Oanlt Suceood? Scones In the Partm Somo GohbIp About tlio How York ThoatrcH A ZTomnln Playwright nnd Iler WorltB. Correspondence of ThbSuhdat nuitALD. New Yokk, Nov. 14. Thoro will shortly bo inaugurated lu thlB city tho most unique, journalistic enterprise In the United. States. 1 am not yet at liberty to dlvulgo tho names of tho promoters, but I can Bay that thoy aro among tho brightest men in literary, dramatic and club life. I understand that the name of the new publication will bo The City, and it will begin life as a hebdomadal, with tho prospect of becoming a dally If it should re ceive the warm support which tho projectors firmly believe will be accorded to It. Its uniqueness will lie in tho fact that it wil con tain no news at all, and will base Its claim ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 November 1891

lO THE SUNDAY HERALD, NOVBIVt33E)R 15. 1S91. NEWS OF THE LODGES. NEW OFFICERS OK THE MASONIC GRAND LODOECF T1IK DISTRICT. Sketches nml Portraits of 51. AV. G. 51. Alexander and W. 5t. l'rltch of Poto mac Iiodsc Xtii 5 Odd Fellowship, Golden Cross, nnd I. O. 51. Notes. The following Masonic bodies moot upon the evenings of the ousulug week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Tetnple B. B. French No. 15, Monday, lGth; Pcntalpha No. 23, Monday, 10th; National No. 12, Tues day, 17th; "Washington Centennial No. 14, 'Wed nesday, ISth; La Fayette No. 19, Thursday, 10th; Lebanon No. 7, l'ridBy, 20tb. A. A. S. R. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Osiris No. 20, Wednesday, ISth: Coluuv biaNo.3, Wednesday, ISth. Masonic Hall,Nineteeuth street and Pennsyl vania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, 20th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 5, Monday, 10th. Masonic Hall, Virginia avenuo southeast Naval No. 4, Thursday, 19th. Masonic Hall, Auacostia Anacostia No. 21, Monday, 10th. Royal Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple Mou...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 November 1891

THE SUNlXA.Y HERALD, NOVEMBER 15. 1891. 11 K !i m i K ' ATTEN1T10 Is called to our extensive assortment of Underware. We can fit and suit you, whether you measure 34 inches or 50 inches, or whether you want Under wear for 50c. or gio, with an immense array be tween. The Manhattan White Shirt is acknowledged the best. We carry all the styles and quality of this famous make. The newest and nob biest shapes in Hats, Gloves, Umbrellas in fact, Furnishings of all kinds will constantly be found with us at prices that will command your best attention. LO him ram RESTAURANT, 414-416 12th Street ff. W. HATTERS AND FURNISHERS, 912 7P STKEET. ONE PRICE. WASfliKCITOK ART TILE CO., JOHN F. McVEY, Manager. Imported and Domestic Tiles FOR Floors, Walls, and Firoplaoea, Slate and Wood Mantels, etc, CORNER First St. and Indiana Ave. Floor and Wall Tiling a Specialty ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS OF MARBLE WORK. THOMAS S. DENHAffl, House, Sign, and Decorative 901 G STREET SOUTHEAST. Walls and Ceilings...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 November 1891

12 THESUNDAY HiERAIJD. NOVEMBER 15, 1S91. REAL ESTATE & BUILDING. JJUTjT, wbek in realty for this SEASON OP THE YKAll. o lntliuntion of Any Depreciation of Value, lint, nn Unnocountnblo Innctiv Ity Ttulldlti Operations Woro Un usually Heavy Transfers, Permits, nnil Koto?. The rcnlty market for tho past week was again dull. Dealers complain that sales were few nnil tlint for this season of the year tho Inactivity Is unusual. Prices, however, still remain firm, and there Is not tho least indica tion that any depreciation of values will re sult. Tho record of transfers showed, except on Friday, somewhat of. n falling off from tho previous week. Agents feel that this condi tion cannot rcmaiu long, niid that tho change must soon como. No apprehension Is felt for -a dull spring. Building operations arc Btlll on tho boom. Tho permits issued for Inst week show that builders nro taking every advantago ot the flno weather to rush contemplated work, aud every ono is busy. During tho week t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 November 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER 15. 1891. 3 8 NOTABLE NEW BOOKSi W- f, !' I m A Powerful Dramatic room by u You'njr Washington Author. Mr. Richard Hovey, who lias resided much of his life In Washington and who has a largo circle of friends here, has written a book which is likely to glvo him a place among the notable literary men of the time. It Is the first work which he has published, and Its power and beauty aro unmistakable Its tltlo is "Launcelot and Gulnovorc, a Poem in Dramas." It Is a tragedy preceded by an introduction or prelude boarlng tho title of "Tho Quest of Merlin," a finely-wrought poetic fantasia. Tho tragedy itself, which la foreshadowed in tho prelude, appoars to bo tho first of a trllocy of plays intended to cover tho legeudary histories of King Arthur and Launcelot du Lac and bears throughout tho impress of a superior mind stored with learning. It is in five nets and its construc tion shows a technical knowledgo of tho stago and strong dramatic Instinct. Gifted wit...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 November 1891

-.-hMk1. . saa"i T. j- Wr- 9t-f . . -4 n.iinm A'VH. -,!&. W a ". , 1-4 TtiK SUNDAY HERALD, NOYEMBER15, 1891 - lift,". -V 3ttljta&?U IJtorUfcrjiMCSS Ilx4$fcefc ? CHARLES LOCKHEAD, PRACTICAL PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER. Lead Burning a Specialty. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. PERSONAL SUPERVISION GIVEN TO ALL WORK. WORK WARRANTED TO GIVE SATIS FACTION. No. 3027 M STREET, GEORGETOWN, D. a REGISTERED PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAM FITTER Job Work a Specialty. 429 EIGHTH STREET 80DTHEAST. All Orders left at 815 Seventh street north west will receive prompt attention. G. F. MeAVOY, REGISTERED PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAH PIIIER, No. 706 Fourteenth Street, between G Street and New York Avenue. SANITARY PLUMBING A SPECIALTY. DEFECTIVE FLUMBING ALTERED On Perfect Sanitary Principles. The Henry IcShane MANUFACTURING CO, O. J. McCUBBIN, MANAGER, NO. 423 TENTH STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. a P. J.-FINGLES, 417 Eleventh Street N. W., Plumbing and Gas Fitting. House Drainage and Ventilation. Remodeling...

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

. ..,,, I".- - ..- 'Vu, TTiTnryW l5f ff jpPppp 3Tf4Si' I:' VA'V "" ' THE SUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER 15. 1891. 15 tr EDWABD F. DROOP, Ptel 3&sfciifc JBbwXxw?su $tei SEstofcs: M&&IXSK& m VM' SB' . 1 .1 . ' .& 1 ft I I 1 923 PENNA. AVE., Calls attention to Hie Largo Stock of STBIIsTWAY, CHASE & GABLER, WHEELOOK, BEIGGS, BEHNING, AND OTHER IFI.A.2srOS, STORY & CLARK I f mtfl A TffQ - GLOUGH & WAllUEN f U JMXAJJl 3. Sold on Installments, Exchanged, Rented, Repaired, Tuned, Moved and Stored. VIOLINS, BANJOS, AND GUITARS. STRINGS A SPECIALTY. SHEET MUSIC AND MUSICAL MER CHANDISE. At the Old Stand, 925 Penna. Ave. 6ep.20-tf0 im Pariors Wo are now serving ICE CREAM AND ICES of every description, and onr SODA WATER and ICE CREAM SODA cannot bo excelled. Give us a trial. Our assortment of Candies were never Jlner. We make a specialty of furnishing weddings, sociables, and fairs. Bresnahan & Brick, COWEEOTJGimRS, 410 Seventh St. N.W. (REGISTERED TRAOC UAilO OFFI...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 November 1891

-$.3Sr TiTSKJ3i, A BSW ,p ., TyyrTyj,n'7','' .' - -S flPTWHnwBWRyis? , IB TJrIK SUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER15, 1S91. vwt -s n $$ i I TRAINING HAND AND EYE. VItAT IS BEING DONE 111 THE PU11 IiIO MANUAL TKAINIG SCHOOLS. rrlncliml Chnmbortnin Thinks EnotiRh Thuo is Not Devoted to Itfnnunl Trnln inc Horo Scone in tho Work llooms School Kotos. Mr. J. A. Chamberlain, principal of manual training In tho public schools, hss his head quarters in tho manual training school opposite the Central HIph School on O street. Ho Is a graduato of tho Polytechnic Institute of Worcester, Mass. Ho doos not think enough time Is devoted to manual training In our schools. Ho said to a Herald reporter: 'The manual training schools of Boston, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, and Chicago differ from ours In being half-day schools In tho higher grades. Hero each pupil has only two hours a week for practice. While I would not lessen the regular school courao. I would like tho prescribed tlmolongthencd bymakini? certain studi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 November 1891

41NMMMWWUMW tmiisvn JW jMl rWWtnAffhi I, ! ' Wbt JUtft WHklig Sl&iitfn&t ltttUjm VOL. XXVI. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1891. 16 PAGES. NO. 36. :u it" I m l: SEEKING THE CONVENTION. ACTIVE WORK MY DELEGATIONS FROM VARIOUS CITIES. Kow York's Mif Delegation In Making Things Ittvoly for tho AVostornara Chicago Isn't In It Speculations by Prominent Delegates. Tho representatives of tho cities of Omnba, Minneapolis, Cincinnntl, San Francisco, De troit, and Now York lmo so far openod head quarters at the Arlington Hotel lor tho pur pose of conducting tho campaign to secure tho vote of tho National Republican Commit tee in favor of holding tho next National Con vention within their borders. All of these have their full delegates hero. No delegation is expected from Chicago, as t s generally understood that tho World's Fair City is satisfied with tho honors already accorded her by Congress in giving her tho Fair. Sho will willingly entertain tk9 con vention if it is decided tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 November 1891

"' V wdMyMvmi ;,' jwwmi mhwi ii " rg-giiKMrjwilwMiii'iiwwiMriiW wn ''ijWMfcrtwi'Wii'irrffaWJ maww wiuii).iymwNrm-'wi-l MMEIIMWHOInnfrlyf mwtWWw WWWWI m ii w mwi mi MiNm u wif mi imi Wimwinrnw , THE SUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER 22, 1891, -ww wmt v-s nAssri? mw. -rrr-: 1 ft V ! J S f I. I;". IN MUSICAL CIRCLES. Tho musical event of tbo past week was tho "first concert of this, tho third season, of tho Washington Musical Club Messrs. Xandcr, Rakcmnnn, Mlersch and Morsoll on "Wednes day evening at tho Untvcrsallst Church. One of the mo6t pleasing of duties for tho critic is to write up a performance by local talent of which nothing but praiso can bo truthfully sald. In this instance tho selections wcro so well chosen and admirably rendered that tho whole concert was satisfying in tbo highest dc .grce. Tho young mon composing this organ ization havo labored untiringly during tho past two years in their efforts to popularize classical recitals, and it must havo been highly gratifying to them t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 November 1891

n r i t i i r , THESUNDAYHERALD, NOVEMBER 22, 1891 a We toe Two i i Mrs. Harrison Is busy trying to catch up with her correspondence and put too finlshlnc touches to household arrange ments for the winter. To an outsider tho wonder Is what more can bo required 6lnco tho mansion never appeared In liner trim or wore a more elegant and Inviting air of com fort. Mrs. McICeo and Mrs. Russell Harrison nro now settled at tho Executive Mauslon for tho winter. Professor Sheldon's juvenile solreo on Fri day evening was a signal success. Tho fol lowing fancy dances were finely rondered: Tarantella, Genio and Bella Whitlock, Clara Stevens, Annie Evans, Katlo Luckett, and Katlo Wooldrldge; Smolenska, Lou Tretler; PasStyrlan, Professor Sheldon and Annie Evans; L' Ariel. Clara Stevens; Skirt Dance, Katlo Wooldrldge, Katie Luckett. Annie Evans, Clara Stevens, Connie and Alllo Hill, Bella and Genie Whitlock; Belles of Madrid, Clara Stevens, Antonia Nell, Alllo and Con nie mil, Katie Luckett, Goule a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 November 1891

-. . 'w j(to4JWMKstaiei)iiHfr , m jjjxo, iptMjfWggiigfrigsts, jftjtt rma w; IMHHIImmllulllll r.wv t , , . . ;r. .,. ,,fc ..,. .rrnr.vr. i'"t., v,- THE SUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER 22, 1S91. ta .1 I H. :! U ' AND WccRtfc QJftfionftf 3nfcffigcnccr. The national Intelligence? established iboo. the Sunday HeraLd MTAaU8HEP Wl. Entered at tJio Post Ofllco at Washington, D. O.i as Second-class Matter. J H-SOUHS, L Proprietors. ..T.HENSEY, j A Editorial and Publication onices South west Cor. 11th and ESts. N. W. Washington, Sundat NovKMiinu 22, 1S91 Tnn Iron and steel workers about Pittsburg will no doubt bo iu a bighly contradictory emotional stnto ou Tbanlcsglvlng. In splto of tbo promises made by Major Mc Kinlcy and other protective demagogues, the wages of the iron and steel workers have recently been reduced from 10 to 20 per cent. Between their desire to thauk provldenco and cuss McKinloy, these iron and steel workers are not likely to be In a very enviable mood on Thursday. . . The Americ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 November 1891

. . r i i THE SUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER 22, 1891 O MARCHING TO THE ALTAR TIIEY ST1LI.MOVH WITH OOSIMKND. Alibis KKGUI.AIUTY. Mnny llonutlful Homo ntitl Church Wed dings During tho 1'nst Weak 'Who tho llnppy Couplos Wore and WhoroThoy Will Live. It seemed ns though tho wholo congregation of tho Church of tho Incarnation was bent on witnessing tho nuptials of tho leading soprnno of its choir, Miss Maud Bain Duvall, and Mr. Eugcno Crist on Wednesday night. Tho oc casion was also ono of great Interest to tho Fenclblos, who attended tho ceremony In full uniform. Tho church was profusely deco rated with palms and chr3-santhemums. Tho ushers wcro Captain Charles Domor, Llouton ant Moshor, Dr. Darrell, and Mr. Joseph Qcssford. Mr. Barber was best man and Miss Helen Foss, charmingly attired in light bluo chiffon and silk, stood by tho brldo as maid of honor. Miss Duvall was given in mairiago by her father, Mr. Edmund J. Duvall. Her gown was of white silk, handsomely trimmed with feathers. Tho ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 November 1891

If -"wmjiawftii'l(iBKi'i'''"aa. jyyv.xrr-;r -rrr - - - ......-, ,,,. ,-,.,M,;(,v.', :'A,.::;:;;v,:imisv;;:;t, ! - fc. i iV'- 6 THE SUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER 22. IS91. ., v W-Tp3SW- i I i S' '1 J 1?) STARS OF MAGNITUDE. IN VARIED BIIIS AT THE LGADIKQ THKATUKS THIS WEKK. "Tho County rntr" nt Albntich's, Do Woir Hopper nt tho Nntl.nnl, nnil Mario Wnimvrlcht nt tlio Academy Mo.Jesfcn'sSuccoesful Engncomcntlinst Week. That sterling actress and artlsto, Mmo. Mod jesko, drew large audiences through tho whole of Inst week at Albauch's. It is no lessen trlv buto to tho tastes of tho Washington theatre going public that they should turn out In such numbers than to tho charm and attractiveness of tho star. Mme. Modjeska occupies a posi tion distinctive and pre-eminent among the foreign actresses who havo adopted tho Ameri can field. Since tho days when tho groat Janaushek abandoned tho roles that Identified her namo with histrionic forco and power In Shakespearean tragedy, Mmo. Mojeska has held ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 November 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD, NOVEMBER 22, 1891. 1 I THE ARMY AND THE NAVY. AIWIY NOTES. First Lioutenant William McFarland has boon reiloved from further duty in connection with tho recruiting aervlce. Captain Walter L. Finloy, Ninth Cavalry, has been detailed for duty as acting quarter master general and acting commissary of sub sistence for tho commission appointed by tho United States for tho location and marking of tho boundary between Mexico and tli6 Unltod States under tho convention botweon thoso two governments. Second Lloutonimt Amos B. Shattuck has boon granted throo months' leavo en account of sickness. Tho following transfers in tho Seventeenth Infantry have boon ordered: Socorid Lieu tenant Frederick 8. Wlldt from Company H to Company K; Second Lieutenant Benjamin F. Hardaway, from Company K to Com pany II. ' After a fall examination of tho papers in tho caso of Major Charles B. Throckmorton, Second Artillery, by tho War Departmont officials, thoy have been roturncd to Army headq...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 November 1891

- . . 5naw!fvj tmm aM j.. -4?wr 'aw "tV $JL rriMii i TiTnrwMiiriMwniriiiiiiiit wawiiiiiiiii.iriniiBiiiiniiiwiiiarwiiiririTTrTiTTtTi i i i '" ' whim? nnmmwimnmwtiijifinmmm n)iiniiWi,iil,.iliMmMmi..iui iiMji'iltMWWii'liM--wi TKCE SUNDAY HRAJLD, NOVEMBER 22, 1S91. in LJ JLiLc&JL SJL JL JL JL JL a One 1 i X r Twenty Five-Dollar Gold Pieces They May Be Yours. Read About Them. A CANDLE WHICH WILL BE SHOWN IN OUR WINDOWS, WHICH IS THE LARGEST CANDLE IN THE WORLD! This enormous candle is six feet and six inches high, and sixteen inches in circumference. It is made of hardened beeswax, and the manufacturer informs us that no man living can tell with any degree of certainty how long it is going to burn. At s p. m. TO-MORROW Jilt. MATTHEW HEllNHEUL will step into his show window in which the candle is displayed. When the clock strikes 5 he will press the button of one of the magic lamps, which we sell, and light the candle with it. It will remain burning from that time on UNTIL COMPLETELY ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 November 1891

m'M , 3httfr 'WLklf M&ii&n&l ntll&nK&K ESTABLISHED 1800. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1891. PAGES 9 TO 16. a IN THE SEWING CLASSES. how public school girls taught a. useful art. ABB First Loftsom in Cutting, Basting nnil Flttlnfc Why Objections to tho Man iimI Training Schools aro Not Valid Notes From tho Gliiss-Roome. Somo objection has been raised to tho estab lishment of maimul training schools in Wash ington as well as in other citicn on the ground that they might invade the province of tho trade unions and turn out so many carpenters, blacksmiths, and other craftsmen that tho mnrket would become overstocked and wages bo depressed. Tho advocates of manual train ing, however, point out that these objections are not well-founded, because tho instruction plven in the public schools is merely of an elementary character, not going far enough to make the pupils masters of the trades. At the same time the training the pupils cot is regarded os of unquestionable value in dev...

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