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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 November 1890

6 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. NOVEMBER ). 1S90. 3pjsjrst SKjtJjcja. 1011 Conn. Ave. THE FKKNC1I VOICK. 1 QUAKTEH CO LESSONS- -SO. A SPECIAL OFFKtt TILL NOVEMBElt 12. 1890. Seo "Society pnRD." noS-StS PABST MILWAUKEE BEER. BEST. On Account of Purity. Arc, nml Strength. MADE From the Choicest Malt and Hods. Especially good FOR FAMILY US Beneficial for Weak and Debilitated Persons. It invigorates and promotes digestion, giving a normnl tone to tbo stomach, and thereby increasing the appetite. WASHINGTON BRANCH, 703-705 North Cnpltol Street. Telephone, 273. E. S. WIDDICOMBE, ocl2-tmyl MANAGER. THE SONG OF THE SHIRT. Rub I Rub ! Rub ! 'Till the arms are weary and sore; And the more we rub the worse they get Those shirts from Baltimore. Rip! Rip! Rip! And we get in a terrible rage. For those brand new shirts we bought last month Are nothing but tatters and rags. Grin! Grin! Grin! "We have found our haven at last. For Miller will make you a perfect shirt. With every stitch tied fast. Run I ...

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 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 November 1890

THESUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 1S90. NEWS OF THE LODGES. SOCIAUIIITY AMONG TUG SKCHKTSO CIKTIKS. Doings ofMiiMon, Golden Orois, Odd Jfol lou'K, KnlghtH ori'ythiiis, ami Indopond ont Order of Mechanics Daughters i)f lteliekiih's Fair. The following Mnsontc bodies meet upon the evenings of the ensuing week : Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple Dawson No. 10, Monday, 10th; Federal No. 1, Tuesday, 11th; Now Jerusalem No. !), Thursday, 13th: St. John's No. 11, Friday, Mth; Hopo No. 50, Friday, Mth. A. A. S. li. Sanctuary Cathedral: Harmony No. 17, Thursday, 13th. Blue-Iloom: Arminius No. 25, Monday, 10th; Acacia No. 18, Tues day, 11th. Masonic Hnll, Georgetown Gcorgo C. Whit ing No. 22, Thuisday, 13th. Masonic Hall, Brightwood Stansbury No. 24, Monday, 10th. Jioyal Arch Chapters. Masouic Temple Mount Vernon No. 3, Monday, 10th; Washing ton No. 2, Thursday, 13th; Eureka No. 4, Fri day, 14th. Masouic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 8, Tuesday, 11th. Commnndcrics Knights Templar. Masonic...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 November 1890

THE SUNDAY I-IERAJLID, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER O, 1S90. GOOD DAY FOR FAVORITES. SUCCllSSlVI. HACK MltltTINCJ AT 1IKK X1NOS. TJip 11rt Srnn Ctimptl In flood Stylo Yo tonlny Itrllllnnt I'timpcd Horo llndlnc Klppwhrrc YcMonlny KooMinll nnl Other Sporflnc Mutter. Tk toMgwt period of ctntMcutlve racing in WMMntOH for a gooil many year ended ut tl8MtK yeMrtly In Uwi presence of n good Mzd crowd who tacked tMr Judgment eagerly ml freely. The meeting has lasted sixteen day, ami o day only was there a postpone ment on account ol Ura weather. The club lms run the mectlnf on rtricUy business prin ciples and has made, It U thought, a fair return on its Inrestraent. while the raclnc; bus boon of an excellent quality, taking into consid eration the fact that there were only 120 horses bore. The club ami Its presiding Judge, Mr. J. J. llurke, hare vigilantly guarded the reputation of the club, and there have been remarkably few allegations of crookedness made. On the whole, the club closes its first seas...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 November 1890

JUtir 3$S$t&klig M&ti&n&l nklluKv ESTABLISHED 1SOO. NOVEMBER 9, IS90. PAGES 9 TO 16- A GENUINE SURPRISE. OUR INTERESTING CONTEST.. PNEUMATIC GUN OAllKIAGK A 1'KIME FAVORITEWITII fcAKGE SAI.ES. r DECIDE WHO IS THE MOST rOl'lT lAlinoiOK GIKI. IN THIS CITY. Grnphophono Takes on a Doom, Hut in Un able to Hold Out Eclclucton Sin nips Gas Drops Columbia Title Weakens ButTlioro are Yet a Fow Good Things toft. The activity in Pneumatic Gun Carriage dur ing tho past fortnight is one ot thoso unexpected events which at nny other time would excite considerable surprise, and even now, with the unwillingness of. investors to buy anything but good productive stocks, it is still a cause for wonderment and inquiry. Tho record of tho week shows that 1,041 shares sold at 00 cents, 100 each at 01 and 00 cents, and 700 at$l, to which may be added tho information that a pool was formed and 2,000 shares were taken up with tho expectation that a handsome profit would bo realized. Tho prese...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 November 1890

ARMY NOTES. Secrctarj-Proctor wns away from the city dur ing the latter part of Inst week and tho early pnrt of this one. Gen. Grant wns consequently acting as Secretary. G. B. Duncan, Oth Inf., has been granted 2 mouths' extension of leave. Lieut. Col. Orlando II. Moore, retired, died Oct. 31 at Dearborn, Mich. Serct. Peter D. Lark, Co. C, Bait, of Engs., has been placed on the retired list of the Army. Lieut. Col. J. II. Uphani, 3d Cav., has been granted 1 month's extension of leave. The Signal Service is just now in the throes that always come before a reorganization. Its chief, Gen. Greely, is not making any progress ive steps that will carry matters oeyond the 1st of next July, as after that the Weather Bureau, forming about 95 per cent, of the work of the service, will be divorced from his immediate sphere and placed under the Dopt. of Agricul ture. There is a fine feeling of suppressed ex citement among the officers on duty here, basod on the coming transfer. A board is now e...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 November 1890

THE &XJMJDASY MERALD.SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9, lSQO. 11 ira-IRIE! oiPiFOiRTTTisriT" TO OX5TA.1N k Home on Easy Monthly Payments FIltST-Ono of thoso HEAUTIFUL HOUSES on Westminister atrcot, between Ninth nntl Tenth and S mid T streets northwest; Ten Itooms; Furnace; Lot 18.0x82.0, to 15-foot alley. IXXXCa3, SV.OOO. T13RM8-SGOO Casli? 8lOO Montlily. SECOND-No. mo E STREET NOItTIlEAST; Six ltooras; Concrete Collar; All Modern Im provements: Lot 17x70, to alloy. This property Is a short dlstnnco f rom now Government Printing bnico site, nnd, at prico asked, will prove a good speculation, aB well as a beautiful home. XItXCX3, 8l0OO, -wltli. JVEontlily In,yinciilH. THESE HOUSES AltE OPEN FUOM 8 TO 5 DAILY. IB-A-IElsTIES Sc No. G jQltXSi &VX& n&ttXVlMXt& "RUSSELL'S, ? ? 1335 E STREET SOUTHWEST. no2-ly0 NINTH STItKKT OAKS. SADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S CAi"E. AlISOLUTELY ME BE McCORMICK'S SIBE POCKET, 210 SIXTH STREET. POOL FIFTY CENTS PER HOUR. ocl2-ly 300 Seventh Street Northwest....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 November 1890

. UL I El I(wMii i nn i , ,. r u m r fa. . 4esi Jb -V..ZS.V5V -.. ,n.i ...- - inii.wi,lln.V.J .ulll,ilif! "Uin;","l!ar i w iii;fi w m ih wMKwmMmfflmmmmmtMmmmMmaj mm u p-r----- -: Kawvy.wn in . v hw itm mm iwMiitMi?Kv3iTjf.vAvy.r' ,;H!vr4vi?i'5rw.ii'y'';. iii.mu ni i i ir iaw . i mi rr i it. . inintr-ij' a ihi'i.i it u i.ij.4.u'ii.TTiy?..7 (jit n tuw viTitar iwiL'AHi;riTivr. ry.. :vd'vr'.n ask r7iv rjr Aifn'xgs.w.'7 w 's ssr,i t mm ii 1 1 iim tr ill I - ' - - - ir.r ii in i nwvtuinu i i im i iiimoivtxrajvMmiwrvir.Vimjuirwi.j'jzAni7,.m ni.'W,'Mtnirttti.fr,MK7iivjn.i.is 1 mum in hi i i i i jr . . i "wwa,Hwia tte llniclenn ftfli A( Tl.. ....!..,. ....... I civinc for her visit to Indianapolis, ami will bring Mrs. McKcc anil the babies back to Wash ington. On November 4, at 7:30 P.M., Miss Grace Whitney Moffat, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Moffat, of Georgetown, was married in St. John's Church to Mr. Lynn O. De Lashtuutt, of Washington, by the rector of the parish, Rev. Dr. Ree...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 November 1890

I TI-IR SUNDAY H.ERALD, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 1890. i 13 I SOCIETY OHAT. Christ Church, Georgetown, was beautifully decorated with choice flowers and plants on Thursday evening, while the auditorium of the sacred edifice was thronged with a fashionable audience to witness the marringe of Mr. Wil liam Thomas Iirowu and Miss Alice Grafton Bolt, grand-daughter of the late Dr. Grafton Tylcr,of Georgetown. The Itov. Dr. Albert Stuait ofll ciatcd. The bride, one of the prettiest young girls of the District, wag elegantly attired in a dress of puro white silk, heavily flounced with lace. It was low necked and short sleeved, and tho veil of tulle, that fell in graceful folds over all, was held in plncn by sprays of orange blossoms. A large bouquet of biidal chrysan themums was carried bv the bride. The groom was attended by Mr. Elvln Mayfield as best man, while tho ushers were Messrs. Frank Lcetch, Will Taylor, Clinton Uroplcy, and George Davis. The groom's father, Mr. S. T. Urown, presented ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 November 1890

1-4 THE SUNDAY HKRALD, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER O, 1890. THE DEADLY PARALLEL COLUMN, OUR $35 SUIT GUT TO ORDER, The High-Pficed Tailor's $60 Suit. Very Best Trimmings. Fine Foreign Goods. First-class Cutting Talent, large Selection St)lcs. MENS OUTFITTING DEPARTMENT 4-2o4-224244265E.VENTH STREET &m WA5ttIMGTOMD(?- 3 Very Best Trimmings. Fine Foreign GooilSt First-class Cutting Talent. Largo Selection Styles. W8lk What's the difference P In your imagination and the tailor's pooket. HAVE YOTT VISITED OUR STOKE ? i43 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D. C. Which m? one of 81) Branch Stoves of the BOSTON Plymouth RockPantsCo.S HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN WATCHES. 1 carry the largest assort incut of American Watehen, Diamonds, and 14-Carat; Gold Chains in tills city, and will sell yon on credit at cash prices. Call and ex amine my special line of American Watches. J. L. SALTZSTEIN, JTIfc., JTE'ELEIt., 505 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST. BUY TOUR TRUNKS AND HARNESS AT E E S S 1 ? S, Buggy or Road Harn...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 November 1890

TMB STilNOAY MBR-AJLJD. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER9, 1890. 15 in on jgf onSmcaha Bps round Floor AIjS09 S25 $50 $250 $ 500 TOWN LOTS ARE NOW SELLING at $25, $50, ana $100 in tho now and beautiful town, PASADENA, sit uated right on tho lino of of tbo Baltimore and Annapolis Short-Lino llallrood, in the prettiest, healthiest, and most productive part of Maryland, within about 15 mhiutes of Baltimore from Camden Station. TIIIS IS THE BEST and cheapest opportunity for profitable investment ever offered in tho State of Maryland. PASADENA is only a few minutes' walk from tho EXCURSION GROUNDS, about 10 minutes' ride from Bathing Grounds and IRON SPRINGS, while tho SULPHUR DEPOSITS and GLASS-SAND BANKS can be reached in the same time. GROVELAND HEIGHTS, on Lookout Mountain, arc within 15 minutes' ride of Pasadena. PASADENA itself is directly on the lino of tho Annapolis Short-Lino Railroad, thus being accessible, through Round Bay, both by land and water, (tho latter being deep enough in either the ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 9 November 1890

16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 0, 1S90. "BPHP mimMs On Monday, the I Oth instant, we will give to every purchaser of a Lady's or Child's Coat a PAIR OF KID GLOVES. WHY WE DO THIS. To advertise and place ourselves before the public, and to show that we appreciate the confidence we have won through honest dealings and low prices; besides, on our opening day we were unable to give SOUVENIRS, and will do so now. This is NOT DONE as a bait to have you call and charge you more for your purchase, for our prices will be identically the same on Monday as they are now, even for goods we have marked out and advertised, but remember this present will only be for next Monday, the 1 0th, so avail yourself of the opportunity. LADIES' CLOAKS. Sealettc Cloaks, the only counterpart of Alaska Sealskin, iu four grades, $14.50, $17.30, Short Jackets, Cheveron Cloth, $2.49, $4.09, $0.99. Beaver Eeefers, Astrachau Trimmed, $7.99, $11. Cheveron Blazers, Vest Front, $7.25, $S.50, $9. "Wide Wale, Ast...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 November 1890

JV-ttfr WLhli Uatixmeti lttiUx$mfcv VOL. IXIKV. WASHINGTON.SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1S90 16 PAGES. NO.35 THE CRISIS IS PASSED. SCENE OF WILD EXCITHMENT IN AVAIL STREET. A Panic Occasioned by tho Reported lTIniinciul EmbarriiBsmont, of Raring Urn. Tho Rank of England Clime to tlio Rescue Catastrophe Averted. Nnw Yokk, Nov. 15. Private cobles received beforo tbo opening of the Stock Exchange an nouncing tbe troubles of Daring Drothers, and stating Unit the Dank of England, Dotbscbtlds, and other bankers had taken up accounts of Daring Drothers amounting to 15,000,000, cre ated a profound sensation. The stock market was again tbo scene of wild cxcltcmeut. aud a positive panic existed in all portions of tbe list, stocks being thrown over In the most reckless manner, and tho losses In the first hour's trading exceeded any thing seen 6inco tho present decline began. There was rather a firm feeling at tbo open ing, but Ihe rumors and private cables which wero shown, stating that the Darings we...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 November 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD.SU.NDAY. NOVEMBER16, 1SOO. THE AMERICAN WOMAN. "UAH" TKI.T.S UOW THE EXGMSII ASD FIU2NC1I WOMEN VIEW HER. A Modern Society l'lny "Ilnb" ns a Dra inntio Critic A lon Portrait of Wnril McAlllntor Onr Girls Will HoKusslnn The JfcwKobo do Nult A Sinn's Opinion of Woiwnn. ISpccinl Correspondence of Sunday Herald. Szvr YoitK, November 14. For a long tlmo tbo English papers have been writing nbout her and finding fault with her, but now the French papers have taken her up, and they sec nothing in her that isn't good and charming by her I mean the American woman. The English woman saw the little gauchcries she committed, saw that she was bubbling over with the youth that comes not only from scarcity of years, but from purity of air and a new world; saw that she was different from her, and, therefore, llko the average Pharisee, concluded thore could be nothing good in her. A FllEXCU ESTIMATE OF AMERICAN WOMEN. The French woman didn't say much in the beginning, but 6he looke...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 November 1890

WfWlvi - ? tpt v "'ifi- "t XHE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, NOVEMBER16, 1890. V Af. AMUSEMENTS THIS WEEK. STAGKTAIiK OF LOCAL AND GKNKKAIi JNTKltlJST. Vrogrniniiics of Interesting Performances In Which Our Citizens Will ITindKntcr tnlmncnt TIio Juch Opera Senson Other MnttorB of Interest. Tho latest creation of Mr. Hichard Mansfield and tho impersonation of a character so singu larly conspicuous In tho past social history of the mother country and nt tho same tlmo so popularly misunderstood must bo termed a creation has caught tho same favor with tho Washington public as tho other characters which ho has made his own In former years. "Beau Brummcll," in which ho played tho tltlo rflle at Albaugh's Grand Opern House last week, is a remarkably strong play, nnd as un like any of his other dramatic ownlngs as they arc nil unlike each other. "A Parisian Ro mance," "Prince Karl," and "Dr. .Tckyll and Mr. Hyde" nro nil strong plays, demanding for their cflcctivo production just that sort of artis...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 November 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16. 18QO. iUtflthj Jtntioitn1 S'lilcIHgcitccr. Thf. National intelligencer f.STABUSHJO 1S0O. THE SUNDAY HERALD EftAeilSKCO IMS. fintoroil at tliu Pnnl Oillce at Washington, 1). C. nftSoconrt-olitus Mnltor. I. H. SOULK, A. T. UKNSKY, .1'roprlotors. Kdltorlnl find 1'ubllcntlon OtUcos, No. 400 Tontli Street Jforthwent. $a0 HI3AVA1U. "THE SUNDAY 1IKUAI.D" Is convinced Mint there Is un organised gunc of pnpor thieves In this city, who follow Its carriers around nnd take the impers from the door steps. Wo will pny it reward of $30 for the arrest and conviction of any one of theso thieves. $30 REWARD. Our patrons living on the line of tliq Baltimore and Ohio Railroad can have "The Sunday Hcrnltl" sent direct hy leaving their order at the newstand, Baltimore and Ohio Depot. KOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription (In advance) per ucar $2.50 Remittances should he made by postal note, money order, or checks on New York or Trwiuia ton, WTltcn checks on banks in ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 November 1890

THE, SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1S9G. THREE SPECIALTIES. OKAIMIOI'IIONK, l'Nl'.USIATIO GUN AND AVASIIINGTON LOAN AMITUUST, Tito Uiiliinco or tho Ijlst Very Quiet Tlio Tendency Moivnivnrd With tho Neces sary Inceptions to IHulco n General Kulo ltomlH Strong, In view of tlic wn favorable news fiom Now York, It was hardly to be expected that our local inmkct would show any great amount of buoy ancy, niul It Is therefore n subject of congratu tlon that uotwllhstaudlng tho decline in values in tho Now York market our own local securities hold up 60 well and in somo cases, notably tho "Washington and Georgetown Hallroad and Dis trict bonds, show nn advance over provlous sales. In fact, a number of them, although showing no transactions, are as strongly bid 'for as at any time this J ear, and tho lack of sales show s that thoy nrc as strongly held by present owners. It has been truly said tnat this is simply a "rich man's panic,' ' and ono ongineeied entliely by tho speculators in...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 November 1890

6 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1S90. PASSING BELiTi AT STUATFOHD. Sweet bells or Stratford, tolling slow In summer plonminft's golden rIow, I licnr nnd feci tliy voice divine, And nil my soul responds to tlunc. As now I bear thee, even so My Slinkcspcnro licnrd tlico lonir ngo, When lone by Avon's pensive stream He wandered in bis haunted dream; Heard thee, and far his fancy sped ' Through spectral caverns of the dead. And sought and sought In vain to pierce ' The secret of the universe. As now thou mourncst didst thou mourn On that sad day when bo was borne Through the long nislo or honeyed limes To rest beneath the chambered chimes. He heard thee not, nor cared to hear 1 Another voice was in his car, .And, Treed from all the bonds of men, He knew the awful secret then. Sweet bells of Stratford, toll and be A golden promise unto me Of thnt grent hour when I shall know The path whereon his footsteps go 1 mitfam Winter in Harvcr's WccliVu. A Strange Case of Hypnotism. From...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 November 1890

THESUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER iet 1S90. NEWS OF TUB LODGES. IlKUNION THIS WHISK OF SCOTTISH It ITU MASONS. Inton-Htlng Uxorelscs Promised ltecord of Itoyul Order of Scotland Notes About Itiiloiionilont. Order of IMeclnuilcs, Golden CroHH, and Ollior Societies The following Masonic bodies meet upon tlio ovcnlngs of tlio ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. MiiboiiIo Temple B. 1J. French No. 15, Monday, UOth; Pcntalplm No. 23, Mondny, 20th; National No. 12. Tuesday, 21st; Washington Centennlnl No. 11, Wednesday, 22d; La Fajettc No. It), Thursday, 23d; Lebanon No. 7, Friday, 34th. Masonic Hall, Virginia avenue southeast Naval No. 4, Thursday, 23d. A. A. S. It. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Cathe dral: Osiris No. 20, Wednesday, 22d. Blue Room: Columbia No. 3, Wednesday, 22d. Masonic Hall, Nineteenth street and Pennsyl vania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, 24th. Masonic Nail, Georgetown Potomac No. 5, Monday, 20th. Masonic Hall, Uniontown Anacostla No. 21, Monday, 20th. Itoyal Arch Chapters. M...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 November 1890

o THIi SUNDAY .HERALD.SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1S90. SPOUTS OF ALL SORTS. liJCClTlNO VOOT-ltAT.Ii CONTKST AT OAVITOI. 1'AKK. Georgetown University Team Outplayed liy tlio Yountr 31 en of Swarthmore Col Iorc Latest News About llasc-lmU Maneuvers Other Athletic Notes Horse ltnccc The game of foot-ball that look place yester day afternoon at Capitol Park botween the Swarthmore College, of Pennsylvania, and the Georgetown University team did not attract the largo audience that was expected, but what was lacking in number was made up in fervor, as both sides wcro excited during the entire game. The few lusty Swarthmores were re enforced by a large delegation ot Columbia Athletic boys, and they made themselves nu merous during the contest. The game, which it was thought at the outset would'bo productive of good feeling, developed into a llerce on slaught at times, which came near ending in a row," but luckily it was averted. The two bin ctntres, Daily, of Georgetown, and Mcllvaln, of Swart hm...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 16 November 1890

j&nit 3ilkl:g &ixxnixl ItttUigsn ESTABLISHED 1800. NOVEMBER 16, 1890. PAGES 9 TO IS IN THE LAND OF THE SKY. 'THE HERALD'S" CONTEST. WEALTH, HEALTU, AND PLEASURE IN "WESTERN NOUTH CAROLINA.' Tlio iloautlful Region Fonotrntod ljy the Richmond and Diinvlllo System Aslio villc, tlio Famous French Ilrond, and the Lovely Valley Whcro tlio Hot Springs Bublilo Up. Correspondence of Tun Sunday Heuald.1 Hot Spmncis, N. C, Nov. 14. The boom which has recently struck the South is by no means confined to Virginia and Tennessee. The Old North Statu feels it, especially In this western section, anl evidences of her commer cial and industrial reawakening are abundant. It is not many years since many people, if asked to name the most backward State in the South, would have readily nnswercd, North Carolina. To-day this Is far from the truth. North Carolina is awake, with her brain alert, her eyes open, and her coat off. She has begun to measure her own power and possibilities, and she finds t...

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