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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 June 1890

THESUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE 1. 1S90. 13 GERMANS IN AMERICA. A NOTARLE DECOKATION DAY AD DRESS I1Y A OEKJIAK EDITOR. Delivered Over tho Graves ofTwoGorinnns "Who Foil In Defending "Washington A Protest Agalbst Unwlso T.iiws Restrict ing Immigration, Although year after year cultured minds have brought to the theme new brilliancy and bright ness of thought, It is worthy of notice thnt the patriotic endeavor to pay homage to the nation's dead heroes called forth, on Memorial Day, many foiensic efforts deserving more than tho passing notico which they receive on such an occasion. Right here, at tho National Capital, a local incident of the late war served to brine about an address which has at least the merit of novelty, and which may bo considered "interest ing reading" by Tnrj Sunday IIkuaid's readers, although It can he placed before them in translation only, the address Itself having been delivered In Germau by tho editor of our German contemporary, the Jour' nal, Mr. D. Skutsch....

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 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 June 1890

t A 14 THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY.JUNE 1, 1S90.' NEWS OF THE LODGES1 MANY MATTEttS OF INTEREST TO SE CIIKT SOCIETY MEMI1KUS. A I'lcnsnnt Surprise for Potomac Com mnndcry Something About the Namo of Osiris fcodgo No. 20 Items From tlio llcclinblte ami Intlcpenilcnr Order Jtc chnnlcs Lodges. The following Masonic bodies meet upon the evenings of the ensuing week : Tmlnrt. Mnennlp. Tpmttlo Benlnillhl B. I French No. IB, Monday, ad: rcntalpha xo. 23, Mondny, ad; National No. 12, Tuesday, ad; Washington Centennial No. 14, Wednesday, 4th; La Favette No. 19, Thursday, oth; Lebanon No. 7, Friday. Oth. A. A. S. 1. Sanctuary. 1007 (t street Blue Room: Columbia No. 3. Wednesday, 4th; Cathe dral: Osiris No. 20, Wednesday, 4th. Masonic Hall, Nineteenth street and Pennsyl vania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, Cth. , Masonic Hall, Georgetown l'ototnac No. 5, Monday, 2d. , . Masonic Hall, Uniontown, Anacostla No. 21, Monday, 2d. Uoyal Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple La Fayette No. 5, Tuesday, 3d; Columbia...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 June 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, JUNK 1. 1S9G. 15 VICTOR HUGO AND THE MOUSE. Grny Victor Hiiro In Ills nook Sit musing over a favorite book, When lo, half timorous, half Intent, As on some serious errand bent, His daughter and his grandchild brought A mouse the pantry trap had caught. The poet turned with loving heed To hear the little maiden plead With piteous faco and eager cry, "3ay, grandpa, shall the mousey die?" "Uehold the thief," tho mother said. "The pixy, with Its nibbling knife, So busy around my checso and bread I Just now, made prisoner whllo It fed, We found it squeaking life a life, And, melted at Its shrill complaint, Our Jennie, like a tender snlnt, With tearful pity begged its life. Her pleading charmed away my frown; 1 spared my victim doomed to drown, And told its gentle advocate Her grandsirc should decide Its fate." "Poor little mouse 1" tho old man smiled, Aud drew his darling to his kuco. "Sec how it trembles," lisped tho child, "It's Just as scared as scared can b...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 1 June 1890

THESUNDAYHERALD SUNDAYJUNE 1, 1890. 16 TRAINING YOUTHFUL TARS. SOMETHING AHOVT THK NAVAL AP VKKNTICKS OF UNOI.13 SAM. How to Get a Hoy Into the Nnvy mul the Kind of Hoy He Must Ho "Wluit Ho is Taught nndllow He Is Tnlton Cure Of Life on n Training Ship. The question is frequently asked by parents how to proceed to start a boy in the Navy ns tin apprentice. Many suppose that to bundle a boy on board a man-of-war is the simplest and easiest thing in the world, as though the Nnvy was an asylum for the fool of the family, a foundling hospital, or a reform school. On the contrary, a boy going into the Navy as an ap prentice enters upon an honorable and arduous calling, to fulfill the duties of. which with credit to himself and benefit to the service requires study on his part and judgment on the part of his friends. Hoys who are put in the Navy be cause they arc Indolent, won't go to school, or Eeek bad associates will not stand much chance of becomiug eiheieut, and are sure to get into ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 June 1890

Mvifjfljni" f jUtrft 33ffklr 3H&fcfll InilligtTJC VOL. IXXV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, JUNE S, 1S90.16 PAGES. NO. 12 if (!w $1I . BISMARCK IS QUITE OLD. 1HIT HI! CAN STILL ALARM KUKOPJB WHKN HE SPEAKS. How the Emperor Tries to Discount tho EITcotof His Utterances Gormiiny Very Wcnry of Her Military Hardens and Not "Willing to Incroase Them. LCopyrlBlit by New York Associated 1'rcs?. Beiimn, June 7. Cbaucollor Vou Uaprlvi did not send a circular note to the Towers, nor did be communicate with any foreign represen tative, except the Austrian Ambassador, on tbo subiect of Prince Bismarck's utterances in in terviews witb newspaper correspondents. Tho alleged remarks of the Prince to tbo effect that Germany was not bound by treaty to assist Austria in the event of a war with Russia over the struggle for dominance in the Balkan Pc niusula caused Count Kalnoky' to inquire bow far the Emperor and the Chancellor shared this interpretation of the responsibilities of the alli ance. Gen. Von Capr...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 June 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. TUNE S, 1S90. 812-314 TREET First Clearin of Milline Everything in our Millinery Department Must Go. Bead the Following List of Clearing Sale Pr 'ices:. wnrr-jwm:i.jm.'wiiM uw hil'dhiiimi f w ivuft; agMinwenw ohumwwwi juj iwmjww wwwwqpwwi py! 2 ocli6 Ladies' and Misses' Sailors, worth 25c.; clearing 100 dozen Straw Hats, worth 48, 62, 75, and 87 cents; clearing sale price, 25c. English Leghorns, in Black and Colors, worth 75c; clearing sale price, 25c Lace Braid Hats, in All Shapes, worth 1 and SI. 25; clearing sale price, 69c 50 dozen Ladies' Bonnets, in All Shapes and Colors, your choice; clearing sale price, 25c Black and White Leghorns, worth SI. 25 and $1.49; clearing sale price, Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, that sold formerly for 4, 85, $6, and S7; clearing sale price, S3. 50. 25 French Pattern Hats, sold for S15 and 820; clearing sale price, 88, 89, and 810. PECIAL We have just received a fresh stock of those very fine Imitation China Silks, in very ha...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 June 1890

i ; . &?Jim6- 1111 ffllf llLJ' M I N& Si V -s .,,.ulMW ,tl'!llli.'"" '""'" '' m rr ,.."'" "HUW w7 w jl -J-wWsa - cai, - ,sl i , fer.C' .mM2il- D. , s3, -& . & s?&MwaK . m WMKimrc Wlliiir, ryJt WW3 Tf? FI 111 TO if BBHfrBIBlll -.ggggg: .- ffl r ft On Saturday morning nil of the Presidential 'household except Mrs. SIcKce sailed down the Potomac on the Despatch, Including Grand father Scott and the babies. They expect to eujoy sailing on the bay until Monday eveninc. A delightful summer reception was srlven by Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Blount, at their hand some suburban residence, University Terrace, on Tuesday evening last. The icception was In honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Llmcke, of Indiana. Mr. Llmcke is Statu Treasurer, and one of In- diana's most prominent and popular sons. The house, with its rare pictures and articles of antlnuo furniture, looked unusually beautiful with its illuminated interior and circle of Chl ncso lanterns on the wide piazza without. Mr. and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 June 1890

THE; SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, JUNK S. 1S9Q iUccithj ilniiono1 Snlrlligcntcr. VHr. NATIONAL INTEUUGENCER E&TABUSHtO 160ft THE SUNDAY HERAID utacucmco tses. Entered ftt tho Post Onlco it Washington, D. O.i ns Soomid-class Matter. J. A n. soulk, T. HENSET, .Proprietors. Editorial nnd Publication Offices, No. 409 Tenth Street North-west. SPECIALi NOTICE. Those oT our patrons lcavhijj tlic city for tlic summer months can hnve "The Herald" sent to their addresses hv leaving their names at this oilicc. Our patrons living on the line of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad can have "The Sunday Herald" sent direct by leaving their order at the newstand, Baltimore and Ohio Depot The llr.nxio's contest for a free European trip for Washington's most popular school teacher grows more Interesting every day. It is undoubtedly the most unique and attractive undertaking of tho kind ever known In Wash ington journalism. The Interest It has aroused among the pupils of the schools, public and private, Is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 June 1890

COVERED WITH DEFEAT. TUB WASHINGTON'S WIND VV THKIIl TKI1 DISASTROUSLY. Hndly Beaten in Iiitltlmoro lu a Wretched CI nine Which arndo the Sprctntori Tlrcil Tito Victims nt Homo for n Lout: Stay Yesterday's Gaines. Bai.timoke, Juno 7. The gnmo to-day between Washington and Baltimore was made interesting to spectators only by heavy batting, but the errors and loose fielding of Wneliintiton and indifferent work of pitchers made the 2,500 people tired long before the long-drawn-out game was ended. Score: Haltimores 0 11 2 ti 1 !1 0 2 0- 21 Washington 0 0302000 0-11 Dbbo hits Haltimores. 20; AVaslilni?tons, 13. Errors Haltimores, 3; Washlngtons. 8. llatter ies German and Townsend; Daniel, Under wood, Kiddle, and Bird. Earned runs Halti mores, 15; WnBliltiKtons, 4. Two-base hits Glcuson, Bay. Mack, German. Throo-basc hits Soiners. 2: whlBtler. Home run Bird. Stolen bases Baltlmores, 0: WashliiKtons, 3. Double plays Werrick and Powers, Kiddle and O'Brien. Mack and Power, Qleason, O'Brien, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 June 1890

i Iv. ?! ft 'il 'PI I i 1 5 IS ' 4 CONGRESS AND TII13 SKKVICE. Subscribe for Tnr. Sunday 11i:hai.i 20c. per mouth, delivered at your residence early Sun day morning. Sknati:. Mr. Stewart introduced a bill (S. ;U)S0) authorizing the President to appoint and retire Thomas Garvey with the rank ot capt. in the mounted service of the U. S. The bill (S. 250) making an appropriation for a macadamized rond to the National Cemetery at Pcnsacola, Fin., was reported with amend ments. Mr. Incalls presented n petition of O. A. R. i'ost No." 304, of Lakin, Kan., praying for the donation of the remainder of the Foit Dodge mil. reservation for use as a soldiers' home. The bill (S. 3073) providing for the construc tion of a macadamized road from Petersburg, Va., to the National Cemetery in Dinwiddle Countv, was reported adversely from the Com. on Mil. Affairs. The bill (jl. R. 3107) for the relief of Col. James Lindsay, was reported without amend ments. Mr. Manderson introduced a joint resolution (S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 June 1890

'"' 'RIII'$m TH-E SUNDAVHERALD.SUNDAYJUNE S, 1S90. OOND WEEK ok oru- Extraordinary Reductions Have Been Made in Seasonable Goods. Silk Gloves Reduced. Silk Mitts Reduced. Summer Underwear Reduced. Fancy Hose Reduced. Embroidered Handker chiefs Reduced. Children's White Suits Reduced. Children's Wool Suits Reduced. Children's Reefers Reduced. Jackets, Cloaks, Wraps, etc., Reduced. If you are down town Monday Etop in and look around. cKnew, (Successor to It. II. Taylor,) 03I EM3NN.A.. A.VJENTJJE. SPUING JOPENIMG- WE HAVE JUST OPENED A NEW AND SE LECT ASSOUTMENT OF H AM DUHG E DGING S and IWSEIITIONS.IUISH POINT, SWISS, and NAINSOOK EM HUOIDEUY, OMENTAL, TOlt CIION, MI3DICIS, and other TKIMMING LACES m all the Newest Designs. MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF Indies' and Children's IXOSIEKY, COK. SETS. UNDEBWEAK, 1CID, SIXK, and I.ISIiE THREAD GLOVES and MITS, in all tlioNewest Shades anil Lowest Prices. FINE SELECTION OF DKKSS TIIIMMINGS, BUTTONS, ItlBBONS, IIANDKEUOHIEFS, VEILINGS, FANCY NETS, It...

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 June 1890

r HvW)s v w s THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY.JUNE S, 1S90. trvr m I; 1 1 - t r-' 9 F 3 V' tit 111 11 M, i "' FlIOJI FAR-OFF SAMOA. Secretary Trncy's Present to A pin's CliloT Welcome- to Consul Sow-nil. Apia, Svmoa, May 20, via Stkambu Ai.n mada to San Francisco. United States Con sul General Scwnll arrivcil yesterday on the United States steamer Mohican, anil was ac corded a memorable welcome by the natives, chiefs, and residents of the island. Vice Con sul Blacklock was also present. He will re main at the consulnto for the present. May 0 was observed by order of King Ma llctoa as Thanksgiving Day. Services were held by the London, French, and Wcsloyan missions, and were largely attended. The day was to commemorate the pcaco which has been estab lished through the exertions of the three great powers. The presentation to Seiimanutafn. chief of Apia, a whale-boat, built by order of the United States Government, took place on board the Mohican May 14. The presentation was made by Commande...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 June 1890

JpH lUiflll inix 39ff&felg kitxwl ltttlJU0nttf ESTABLISHED 1800. JUNE 8, 1S90. PAGES 9 TO 16 AS WARM AS TUB WEATHER IN A PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY TUKTKAGUERS' EUROPEAN TRIP CON TKST GROWS MORE INTERESTING. AS WKSTOOICKD WITH SCENERY AS A THEATRE STAGE. w ' The Votes Ooino Pourinjj In at n Lively Kiito-Nourly 4,000 Alrcmly In tho Mnl-lot-box-A Notice to the Friends or Con tcstnntK. Tun Sunday Heuald's contest for a free teacher's vacation excursion to Europe has gone merrily on the past week, notwithstand ing the sweltering weather. Tho votes have mounted up handsomely, nuil on Friday night, when for convenience tho counting closed, nearly 4,000 of them had been put in. The weekly count will hereafter be made on Friday evening, as it is more convenient for Tin: llKiiAi.D, and the votes that come in on .Saturday will be carried over to tho following week. It is understood that the friends of some of the leading candidates are conducting a "wait ing campaign;" that is, they are holding t...

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 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 June 1890

Slt-XoiiiiSii 10 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, TUNE S. 1S90. THE FASHIONABLE MATRON WHO TIUKS TO ELEVATE TIIE NEW YORK WOKRIK6 GIRLS. "Hnb," ns n Worklnpr Girl, Attends the Humorous Proceedings, niul Describes the Philanthropic Lntly's Methods Feminine Cranks Who Injure the Sex Lillian Russell's Establishment. Spoolnl Correspondence of Sunday Herald. New York, Juno 0, 1S90. If there 1b anything more exquisitely finniy in this world than a fashlonnblc matron who has had lessons In cooking instructing a practi cal chef, it is one who, for sickly sentimentality, proposed to cuddle the working girl. Now the working girl don't want any cuddling. She couldn't succeed as well as she does if she did. But every now and then even she is deluded. Not very long ago two enterprising young women thought they would like to go with a party of working girls and really see what a fair philanthropist, who invited this party to her house once a week, was doing for them. So, donniug their simplest gown6, t...

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 June 1890

SPWf f-. f Sfi Tv"" rrtliT' m i in wmxM- wiWi'- i 4J.i--i ,mmu j. smmb HHH BHKHH IH JHBMBBHa nnBMBnK JHBHoJHB MflHH HBHHBIBH H HBfl hhh BR ?l H l virfr vHvll i flrl i B 7, tj . rt XI CO 5 15 r-L C CJ - CJ rN W a . a n C 3 u C CO bl) CJ o Is a . c w - cj o cj CO u O w O CO CO U .W IT s co h CO CO m f-H S H o : us : u r u 2 n t! m byj Xi 3 o u cj r - a; c rt u, cj rt ij !- C3 c c CJ r- . C5 1 is CJ CJ - AS SHE IS SPOKE IN ENGLAND. -Grnmitiatiual KrrorB Ouilo the Tiling; Among the IScttah CIuwhscs. Cockaigne in tho Argonaut. The use of uugraramatlcal English would . seem to be a very impoitant item for tbe study and adoption of the Americau-vould-bc Euglish .inan. There aie no people who speak their -own language so ungrammatically as do tho English. I do not refer to tho uneducated or those of the lower classes who, by the by, thauks to national schools and compulsory ed ucation, are taught as much grammar as any one else but to the upper classes. I have been thrown a good deal with t...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 June 1890

12 THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, JUNK 8. 1S90. A WEEK OF WEDDINGS. KAKK DAYS Ol' .TttNK FII.I.KD WITH TUB MUSIC OF MAItltlAGi: HELLS. A Simple Coroinnnlnl in Church Makes MIrs Lctltin Alilrlch Mm. Kounccvlllo IVllil-mnn-Other Hnupy Couples lolnpl In Hymen's llniicls. Mr. Mr. WHS The week was filled with weddings, beginning on Monday with that ol Miss Hia K. Iiwln and Mr. E. L. Barbour at St. Matthew's Church, Upv. Dr. Chflnelloofliclntlne. Best man: James II. Curicn. Ushers: Mr. H. Clay Butter, 1 Tralnor, Mr. II. W. Barbour, and rlmA KhortfT. The "Lohencrln" inarch played by Mr William Waldcckcr as the biide, preceded by the usheis, walked tip the ..isle leaning on the arm of. her brother, Mr. John Irwin. The bride wore a gown of white silk mull, with hat of the same diaphanous material. After the ceremony the bridal party drove to the home of the bride, on Sixteenth street, where a handsome wedding breakfast was served. Mr. and Mrs. Barbour left on an after noon train for a weddiug jou...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 June 1890

THE&UNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. JUNK S. 1890. It 1 CAPITAL NOTES. I noticed hi one of the local papers recently a letter from some cno who complained that that the Hatholdl founlnin wns hid away in the llotanical Gardens, behind high iron fences where nobody could sec It. The writer sug gested the removal of the fences f o that the public might enjoy one of the most pleasing things from an artistic standpoint that we have. Why the Botanical Gardens, the people's prop erty, should bo treated as a fortress It Is dlfll cultto understand. Other parks In the city which arc not protected by Iron bars arc not vandalized, and there is no possible reason for hedging In this lovely square, lying at the foot of the Uapltol and which ought really to be a part of Its grounds, with a fence so high that one cannot even look over It. I presume the argument against removing it would be that a tree or shrub might bo injured. If this reason exists for the Botanical Gardens it exists for every public squ...

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 June 1890

m mi mm www 14 THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAYJUNE S. 1S90. AMONG THE LODGES. MANY MATTE11S OK ISTKHBST SKCHKT SO01KYY AtKMBEKS. TO Lebanon Lodgo orMutotiK Kntortiiln Iliiltl inoro l.rothori Handsomely Notes Tor Odd Vullown, lUcbubltes, unci Indepen dent Mechanics. The following Masonic botllcs meet upon tho evenings of the ensuing week: Subordinate Loctyw. Masonic Temple Daw son No. 10. Monday, 9th; Federal No. 1, Tues day, 10th; New Jerusalem No. 9, Thursday, 12tb: St. John's No. 11, Friday, 13th; Hope No. 20, Friday, 13th. A. A. S. R. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Blue Room: Armiulus No. 2o, Monday, 9lh: Acacia No. IS, Tuesday, 10th. Cathedral: Harmony No. 17, Thursdaj-, 12th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown George C. Whit .iuc No. 22, Thursday, 12th. Uriqhtwood Hall, Drightwood Stausbury No. 25, Monday, 9th. Jioyal Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple Mt. Vernon No. 3, Monday, 9th; Washington No. 2, Thursday, 12th; Eureka No. 4, Friday, 13th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. S, Tuesday, 10th. Command...

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 June 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUN'D'AYJUNE S, 1S9G. 15 A QUESTION AND AN ANSWElt. HAVE YOU KOHOOT? 1 1 live you forgot that very dnnce? Uur first the night we met by chance; 1 Trcsh from college, tnu'nin, and you A school-girl, very sweet nnd new, And eager for your first romance. Well 1 remember ev'ry glance Went through mu like a very lance; We didn't dance, wo simply Hew Have you forgot ? Your old duenna looked askance, But that ne'er hindered ray advance 1 I claimed the waltzes as my due, Two polkas, and a echottlsche, too How Strauss did then our souls entrance 1 Have you forgot? NO. no, not 1 1 No, No, not 1 1 I cun't forget ; I tremble at the raein'ry yet, The boll-room iloats before my eyes, The dancers whirl, the fiddlers rise, I sec the faces In our set. 'Twas In the ante-room wo met. You knew my pretty cousin Pet, Have I forgotten? My reply's No, no, not II You toro my dress or orange net O'er costly silk, as black as jot Its tatters still I fondly prize. Can I forget the wondrous s...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 8 June 1890

16 THESUNDAY HERALD SUNDAYJUNE S, 1SQO. THIS Xhoy TiAUGE-FOOTED ANCIENTS. Took on an Avorngc n o. IS loot- Covering. A noticeable thing nbout the statues found in our museums of nrt, supposed to represent the perfect figures of ancient men anil women, is the apparently disproportionate size of their fcot. "SVo moderns are apt to pronounce them too large, particularly those of the females. It will be found, however, tlmt for symmetrical perfec tion these feet could not be better. A Greek sculptor would not think of such a thing as put ting a nine-inch foot on a fivc-aud-onc-half foot voman. Their types for these classical marble figures were taken from the most perfect forms of living persons. Unquestionably the human foot, as reprcsntcd by these old sculptors, was larger than the modern one, and, in fact, the primitive foot of all people of whom wo have any record, cither in printing or statuary, was . considerably larger than the restricted foot of i modern times. The masculine foo...

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