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

avyiaJS. sCS&ss: 5. s5jvatp-. S-WdsSJ, X-. H a. ku jrw'KS5i - iu"Ti lf--WAwi'' U tf e THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 15. 1891. j'JtilfialtW1 r ill 1 '1 :i! !H si Kid li v-i In I1 ! i f! 1 i;'. M i i K,. 3 M I fit in M ! ry i 8 h'J 4 iiK SOME TYPES OP GIK&S THE UPRIGHT ami,. Dear Bollo was honest ns tho day, No contribution sho'd mislay; Nor would this maiden ever miss Keturnint a rejected kiss 1 THE TOnOQQANINa QllUi. The maiden with tho rounded form And chocks with health aglow llcjoiccs srcatly when she sees The first good fall of snow. Sho knows tho season is at hand When Bho and he will slide. With both his arms around her waist-, Down tho toboggan slide. THE BICYCLE (HIIL. 'Twas called a "safety," and when Bollo Rode forth to conquer hearts upon it He was enchanted by her spell. Sho looked a poet's dream a sonnet. Sho proudly showed him how to turn A figure eight, and wrote her name; Ho walked beside, but naught could learn Her sparkling eyes deserved tho blame. Qu...

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 February 1891

r 4fc. . vC Jttr --. JC -JTi HWrtcrvvr H3C " , 'taW.WVtPvVrTyJrTwtft Kf0n-i yw - THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15. 1891. ft NEWS OF TIIE LODGES. A 11IO 1JUDGKT OP FRESH SECItKT SOCIETY ITEMS. Truo MiiHonlc Ho&pltnllty A IMoiiHnntPll griinngo to Biiltlmoro Notes of tho Goldnn Cross, Ztochnbltos, unci Arnorlcnn Mechanics. Tho following Masonic bodies meet upon tho evenings of tho ensuing week : Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple Benjamin B. French No. 15, Monday, 10th; Pen talpha No. 23, Monday, lGth; National No. 12, Tuesday, 17th; Washington Centennial No. 14, Wednesday, 18th; La Fayotto No. 19, Thurs day, 10th; Lebanon No. 7, Friday, 20th. A. A. 8. R. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Cathe dral: Oeiris No. 20, Wednesday, 18th. Blue Room: Columbia No. 3, Wednesday, 18th. Masonic Hall, Nineteenth street and Pennsyl vania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, 20th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. B, Monday, 16th. Masonic Hall, Virginia avenue southeast Naval No. 4, Thursday, 10th. Mason...

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 February 1891

" " " "l"gb--' " ftrftlU I K-JittUttUtti llislM'ff t, .1ljp.f , XifnNWv - rw i..---. l mMM" .- s THK SUNDAY HERAJLJD. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 18U1 iJJiXCi'.lJIiaiiiMi ! 1 lie It? ' r1 A ft fi I ' IS GENERAL SPORTING GOSSIP HOW THE NEW BASE UALL CIAJtt IS COMING ON. Mr. Scnnlon Scorns to Mo Doing; Very Well The Fnrk is All Right Tho Iionguo Reserve Iiist Talk of the Clubs. Mr. Michael Scaulou is doing admirably with his now base-ball venture, without any re served list to commence with, without any players pledged to his agreement, ho has sont his emissary out and tho returns have been most gratifying, as already ho has signed n constella tion that cannot help being a success here. Ho has engaged players that other clubs were after, and to show how strong they are wo glvo below tho average of tho men. In this list is included Donovan, tho great centre-flelder of the Bostons of last season, who it is pretty certain will play here. Ho led the country -at centre-field last year and is a gr...

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

, !,-- .g. w mm wgi'mDH''!1 K fW Mfm Hw US' Wnt' 9IIIIilClI JUlfr 3HJsltl:gr 5Kattta:l ItttfclUgimJC:? ESTABLISHED 1SOO. FEBRUARY 15, 1891. PAGES 9 TO 16 S! MILD LENTEN GAMES. THE CURIOUS OIiUMS OP TIIE CAPI TAI.ANU WHAT IS BONK IN TIIEM. Tho Dancing Glub iind TIow tho Obnox ious Wore Frozen Out of It Noted La dlon Who 1) tin co How Washington Girls Study French nnd Spanish A IJowllnfj-Allcj' Club and Some Noted Imdtott Who llolonjj tbo Emorgonoy Olnse-Wlcltcd Girls Who Tiny Poker nnd Something as to the Gambling Clubs IuBido tho Capitol Iliilldlnjr nnd Out oT It. Lent began this week, nnd on AbU Wednes day "Washington society inflated its lungs with tho air ol sackcloth and ashes. During that day society fasted, but on Thursday tho plans were laid for a series of mild entertainments, and tho prospect is thnt tho Lonten season will bo even fuller of social gatherings than usual. There will bo quiet little breakfasts and luncheons, mixed with the church-goings and prayers, and tho sc...

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

$&&g&mmmm At. f--,sfiwyr .' -,7-k,a" " TETK - V !? si, . .. j.vinswi.Ttwte,q vtiis-. THE SUjST3DA"Y PIHRALD, SUNDAY, REXBRTJRY 15. 1S91. is a i Si i i m fill iif' "-t fir ' I r :, . '4 f: M Si 1 i v THE ARMY AUD THE EAVY. ARMY NOTES. Tlic Army retiring board at Los Angeles, Gal., has been dissolved and a new one ordered, consisting of Brii:. Gen. A. McD. McUook, Csl. J. R. Smitli, stirg.; Mnj. D. L. Huntinctou, sure; Mnj. A. S. Kimball, Q. M.; laj. W. A. Eldcrkin, C. of S.? 2d Lt. 0. 13. Baker, 7th Inf., aide-de-camp, recorder. Col. D. E. Clcndcnin, 2d Cav., has been ordered to examination by this board. Capt. Max MoecnfloriT, 1st Cav., has been ordered to examination by tho retiring board at St, Paul. Tho leave of . absence crantcd Capt. F. K. Upham, 1st Cav., has been extended 1 year on account of disability. Capt. George Ruhlen, A. Q. MM has been re lieved from temporary duty in tho Dept. Platto, and ordered to duty in this city in the oflico of the Q. M. Gen. ;' Capt...

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

-wr-1 ? ' nymtiwxfW"? " 'Ti-fppir THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1S91. 11 MILD LENTEN GA1TIES. (Continued from Ninth Page.) I 1 CIRCLE MARKET. GALL AND SEE OUR CAPON CHICKENS, SMAIiI. YOUNG- TUBKEYS, PHIX.A. DRY-PICKED CHICKENS, HOT-HOUSE CUCUMBERS, BOSTON HEADED LETTUCE, GOLDEN PLUME CELERY. BEST WHITE POTATOES ON THE MARKET. TRY OUR ROAST BEEF, ROAST MUTTON, HIND-QUARTER LAMB, LARGE MUTTON CHOPS. OUtt OWN W. & G. FANCY PRINT BUTTER. H GW o GOR. VERMONT AYE. A Bargain for That beautiful corner at Seventh and G streets N. E., 72 feet on G street and 116 on Seventh, only 92 cents per foot. On very easy terms. REAL ESTATE, LOANS, AND INSURANCE. Great Slaughter Sale of Harness ! BDflflY and ROAD HARNESS. $20 Harness Reduced to $15 00. $25 Harness Reduced to $18 00. $30 Harness Reduced to $22 50. $35 Harness Redticed to $25 00. $40 Harness Reduced to $30 00. Harness and Trunks IScpiiired at Sliort Notice. A LARGE LINE OF TRUNKS AND TRAVELING BAGS AT KNEESSI'B, - - - - 425 S...

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

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

TMBSXJN13A.Y tlER-AXD. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY15, 1S1. 13 h V V SOCIETY CHAT. The Hinrrlaco ceremony of Mi3s Georgia W. Blacklock and Lieut. William B. Capcrton took place on Tuesday evening in St. John's Church, Rev. Dr. Douglass officiating. The ushois, Capt. Allen and Licuts. Ladd, Dechtcler, Denny, Card, Williams, and Prince, were In full uniform, as were tho groom and his best man, Lieut. Beatty. Tho bridesmaids were Miss Lida Scranton and Miss Payne; tho maid of honor, Miss Williamson. Theywoio gowns of whiio silk, with garnituro of gold fringo and embroidery, and they carried bouquets of pink roses. Tho bride's wedding gown was ouo of the prettiest seen this season. It was of rich whlto faille, with festooning of embroidered mousseline do solo on tho skirt. Tho tullo veil was gracefully arranged and was hold In placo by a 6mall bunch of ostrich tips. Her only or nament was n bar of diamonds, tho gift of tho groom, Tho bouquet was of bridal roses. Miss Blacklock was escorted to tho a...

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

SsssSSSSS ra... I -" tmtm ,Mmn m' J9Xn!JtiW'mr nTWWMJmm-mtttn f i?i'il?i T'ihT rv7'" """ k '"'"" MUiVsmvMM jwww'Tr: 14: THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARYS, 1891. iiinnjiiii www nuiiiiiirm ihuj.imii - -t-.-,. .. j- . - - - rf -iV-ti in f I s V5, ' S?".!', 'X "' i.,v.'- ' .' All OUR BOYS ID G1S i1 u. i ? WHO HAS MOST FRIENDS ? A. Question. "Wliicli THE HERALX "Wants Its X&ea.dexrs to Answer. A Merry Contest in Which the Winner Will Get a Magnificent Present. EVEKYBODY MUST BE INTERESTED. THE SUNDAY HERALD wa,nts to find out who is the moat popular Boy or Girl in Washington, and asTcs its thousands of Headers to help settle the question by ballot. The Young Person obtaining the largest number of suffrages of THE HERALD'S readers will be given A HANDSOME TURNOUT Consisting of an Elegant Pony Surry and a Beautiful Pair of Ponies, with Silver-Mounted Harness, Robes, Wliip, etc., all complete. This turnout is as fine as can be obtained or seen in Washington, and the total cost of it ...

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

k THE SUNDAY MRSRAID, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1891. a? 15 K- v) i Ptestl $&5isti: ffivKth&x ti f- A. RALPH JOHNSON, Meal Instate, Loans AND Insurance, 1806 J? STTEDEI?. ao:$ Soventh street southwest. fill) Four-nnd-a-Half street southwest. jal8-tf CHARLES A. McEUEN, REAL ESTATE AND LOAN BROKER, OFFIOK, 14120 F STREET N. W., WASHINGTON, D, 0 LOANS NEGOTIATED In the DJEtrictof Columbia, Maryland, and Vir ginia. Property Bought, Sold, and Exchanged. Houses ltentcd and Rents Collected Fire Insurance Placed in Reliable Companies. fe3-lm0 5wJt tfe.'M 1415 P Street, Member of Washington. Stoclc Ex change. All local stoclcs and securi ties bought and sold. deS-lt IB1 O IR, S .A. Xj IE. On Vermont avenue, between K street and Iowa Circle, three fine residences. Price from $25,000 to $35,000. On Twelfth street, between R and S, 10-room brick; all modern improvements. 87,500. On M streetbetween Ninth and Twelfth streets northwest; brick; 11 rooms; all modern improve ments. S13.000. On Q s...

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

,w;'i.''RjTtfy,'itlPjSBi 1 i THE SUNDAY HERaLd. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15. 1S&1. 16 s. nil mo., 432 NINTH ST- N. W. GAS FIXTURES, PLUMBIN HEATING. LAMPS AND BRIC-A-BRAC Every Article Marked in Plain Figures. ja4-tf3 SPECIAL TOURS TO MEXICO ! $ 1 07.85 $$& S 1 07.85 IN SPECIAI PULLMAN CARS THROUGH PROM WASHINGTON. D. C, TO CITY OF MEXICO AND RETURN, WITHOUT CHANGE, VIA PIEDMONT AIR LINE. (Richmond and Danville It. R.) DEPARTURES OF SPECIALLY-ORGANIZED PARTIES, OF LIMITED NUMBER, FROM WASHINGTON, D. C, ON February 3 and 17, MarcJi 3,17, and 31. RETURN FROM CITY OF MEXICO ON February 12, AND FORTNIGHTLY THEREAFTER UNTIL April 9, Inclusive. Full particulars to bo had upon application to New England Agency, 228 Washington street, Boston: General Eastern Agency, 220 Broadway, New York, or to the Passenger Department Richmond and Danville Railroad System, 1300 Pennsylvania avenue, Washington, D. O. ja25-10t6 THE STORAGE WAREHOUSE OF TIIE American Security and Trust Co. A. T. BRITTON, Pre...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 February 1891

"S Tp yw WifW .r 4 , Jtarfr 3S$fcl:g H&titfn&l $ttiiU$$t:ci 6H it VOL.. XXV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1891. 32 PAGES, NO. 49 MR. MILLS'S CANDIDACY. MR. GRAIN TELLS WHY HESHOUD BE .CHOSEN SPEAKER. An Able and Vljjorons l'rcsontnMon of Mr, Klllt'n Claims on His L'arty Objections Answorod-And Mr. Mllls'B rosltlvo OuallllciitionH Pointed Out. Although Representative Roger Q. Mills, of TexnB, 1b an avowed caudidato for tho Speaker ship of tho noxt House, ho is not at all nctlvo iu his own interest. Ho has left his boom to grow of Its own accord, and the sentiment in his favor is the natural result of his services to his party. But Mr. Mills ha6 enthusiastic friends who will see that his interests are not neglected. Of these none is more enthusiastic than Repre sentative Crain, of Texas. Mr. Grain believes that Mr. Mills will bo Speaker of the nex House, and he gave yesterday the reasons why ho thinks so. "In tho logical order of succession," said Mr. Crain, "Mr. Mills is ...

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

r. wffiZj&$rfJFBP "tf&i "A - IftNSzpi&jr Wjo yrmiWftmmnv T"- v ' lmi ..J .hJw ,jA 11-r-H,"Kr -r- fc J hi i l :. . o I i UUJLW CONCERNING "MANITOU! The Finest Sparkling Table Water and Ginger Champagne AN ABSOLUTELY NATURAL MINERAL WATER, Thai Creates Appetite, Aids Digestion, and Tones Up the ist. The developed springs pf Manitou consist of the following group : NAVAJO, MANITOU, and SHOSHONE, all controlled by the MANITOU MINERAL WATER COMPANY.' 2d. The purity and virtue of these remarkable springs have long been known, but it is only within the last three years that efforts have been made to supply the waters to the people in a commercial way, and the success of the business since then has been truly wonderful, the demand having grown to such proportions as, to require the constant employment of a large force of men to bottle and ship the goods. 3d. These waters are bottled JUST AS THEY FLOW FROM THE EARTH AND SOLD IN BOTTLES ONLY; EVERY BOTTLE is put UP AT THE SPRING. ...

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

Mr TPIE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22.1891. if i i t . iii if FOR THE MOST POPULAR. "TIIK HEHALD'S" GKEAT CONTKST FOR HOYS ANI GlUIiS ALMOST OVER. It Will Close at 1 O'clock Saturday After noon and Those Hnvinc Most Voton Will Got tho Costly Tripos Offered. Lti6t summer The Heuau introduced a novel fcaturo Into Washington journalism. Novelty no less than variety Is the splco of life, and novelties when judiciously handled are always welcome In ovory business. They re lievo the monotony of. the ordinary routine, no matter what that routino may bo, and thoy ndd a now interest and infuse fresh energy Into the ordinary vocations of men and women. Tho novelty which The Heuald introduced to its readers and tho general public of Wash ington wbb tho offer of a chance to vote. Iu all other parts of tho country except tho District of Columbia there is not much novelty about voting. Tho people get rather too much of It to do atclectious of nil sorts town, city,couuty, State, and national ...

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

4 THE SUNDAY HlLFiA.L., SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1S1-)1. fy& itiT&ix4n C)C7:iUfr pJcrhhj ilntsono .3ntrUigcnttr. VKF NATIONAL INTELLJGENCER E&TABUSHfiD 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD GSTASUfiHEO IS66. IQnterod at tho Post Ofllco at "Washington, D. Ct. asSecond-clnftOtattor. J. H.SOULE' I Proprietors. A. T. HEKSEt, 1 Edltorlnl and Vnbllcatton Offices, Mo. 400 Tenth Street Northwest. $30 EEWA11D. THE SUNDAY HERALD" 1b convinOod that there in nn organized jtanjrof papor thieves in this city, who follow Its carriers around and talco tho papers from tho door stops. Wo will par a reward of $30 for tho arrest and conviction of any one of those thieves. $30 REWARD. N0TI0E TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription (in advance) per year $s.oo Remittances should be made by postal note, money order, or check onKexo York or Washing ton. IVTicn checks on Jjanks in other cities arc font the cost of collection will he deducted. The Editor of TnE Sunday Herald cannot undertake toprcscrvcor return rejected commu...

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

Vrr -,4y tp v THE) SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1891. TOW TALK. Waahinirtou has lonp been In nc?d of a ilrst plas9 ladioa' and Kentlcmou's oyster nnd chop house, nnd nt Inst we have one. Visit Flck's, 520 Tenth Btreot, and be convinced. , The Washington Continentals, Capt. W. W. Alius commnndinp, will mnko their usual pllgrlm nffo to Mount Vprnon on Monday, to com momoratu tho birth of Gon. Washington. Tlio Continentals have kept their organization intact for many years, nnd they look forward to this reunion each year with t Rood deal of pleasure. Quartcrmnstor Charles HartunR is nrratiftinjr an Interestini programme Tor tho trip. It IB snirt that tho poltco records show there nrc many more accidents than fires. But few property-owners would rest easy without carry ing a reasonablo amount of Are insurance. Tho samo reasoning that prompts men to protect their proporty should lead them to protect them selves agonist loss of time, limbs, or life from accidental causes. This can ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 February 1891

6 THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY op LS91, GOING TO MARDI GllAS WITH SOMETHING ABOUT WHAT'S ITS MKE WHKN YOU GET TIIT5RE. An Episode of Travel on tho Lonor atlsBls slppl Ton Minutes for n Noektlo Party Wretched Wenthor for tho Cnr nlvnl. Correspondence of The Sunday Hehald. New Oiileaks, FeW 18. "It constitutes a very fair Imitation of a sea voyage, at least as far as internal sensations go," thinks your cor respondent, as he clings to his 6cat in tho little rolling, bouncing train which is speeding south ward down tho Mississippi Valley. Tho resem blance to mid-ocean experience is heightened by tho murmuring of a stomach trying to di gest the supper provided by a Southern railroad restaurant, and, mentally, by a very confused and vague idea on the part of tho writer as to just where he is. He knows that Memphis is behind him and that the Mississippi Kivcr lies at his right hand, for tho other details of his whereabouts they arc shrouded in the darkness of a winter's eve. "L 1" ...

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

,h-t' .yWHj THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 1S91. at. AMONG THE THEATRES. OPERA AND COMKWY ON TIIK 1ULLS ' POr.TniSWEEK. llnscnu Yoltos In New Comcitloi at tho Nil tionnl nml tho Cnrloton Troupe In "Claude Duval" nt Allmiigli'it X.ust Week's Attractions. Tito attraction nt Albaugh's Grand Opera llouso la6t week drew crowded houses. It wns Mr. William n.' Crane in Ills comedy, "Tho Sen ator." The play, which is refreshing in its simplicity, deals in a humorous and slightly ex aggerated manner with incidents in tho personal and public life of one of tho nation's law-makers, and prosonts sufficient of tho pathetic in its development to make tho story complete. With a play bo peculiarly American in character and so cleverly writton it could not bo expected otherwise than that a comedian of Mr. Crane's eminent qualifications should catch the popu lar favor. Since tho former appearanco hero of "The Senator," when Tiie HcitAiD took occa sion to speak at length of tho performance, t...

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

"WTV-SW'-tf "" V F.Vnntfl 1 - W' THESUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 1S91. 1- Wn! 4 i) SPORTS OF TUB WEEK. A NIGUTOF SPARKING AND WBEST I.1NG AT THE C. A. C. TJio Exhibition Enjoyed by 11 no Audi cnco Tho Unno-ltnll Difficulties Sharp Criticism of Thurinan-Getting tho Now Groumln In Shnpc. Tho Columbia Athletic club-houeo was packed to overflowing last night, tho occasion of the regular fortnightly athletic meeting. Tho usual gymnastic exercises were omitted, and tho house committee instead arranged a programme of wrestling and sparring. Tho change was well received by tho guests. Tho ofllcer of tho even ing was Mr. William B. Illbbs, while Bobby Eider acted as referee of wrestling and Georgo French that of snarrintr. with Dr. Kerr, of the Warren Club, of Wilmington, ond Bobby Brewster as Judges. Tho various events were well contested. Tho events of tho evening were as follows: Hcavy-wcicbt snarrinc Mr. Van llook and Leroy Taylor. Tho latter had trained for tho event, but was outc...

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

- 1V7W f lp,M JUrfr 3Bfffcl:g 3l&ticm&l Sttielligettgj&ft ESTABLISHED 1SOO. FEBRUARY 22, 1891. PAGES 9 TO 16 DOWRIES FOR DAUGHTERS. WELL.KNOWN IiAHIEB INTERVIEWED ON MARRIAGE PORTIONS. Mrs. Sliorman Says Kloli Men Should Mako Tholr Daughters Independent How Ono Count Got $16,000 a Your Out of in Ohio niilllonairo I, ticy Hooper's Advlco onthoSiibjoct-aErfl.WnnnuiakorEavorH JDotH, But Mrs Noblo .Swy Tlioy Aro tho Holies of Barbarism-Mrs. Oarllslo on Happy Marriages Mv. Senator Carey DIbcushub tho Situation from tho Wyo ming Standpoint, and Tolls tho Advan taCH of tho Wild and Woolly WoHt us to Womon's Rights. Should American glrlB have dowries ? Should we settle it portion upon our daughters at mar rlugo ? These questions I have asked of some of our most noted society ladles during the past week, and I And their answers Interesting In tho extreme. I first called upon Mrs. Senator John Sherman. She said: "I am In favor of dowries for our daughters, though I do not think th...

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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