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

T rite- sffw&Mfe . "'y.'lSP?f!'.',y'l'Vl'y!" wl'tfw'iNyMiijiiwiiii)wiBiiii iiiiJiroiigwitfipiKW'WW .. if- - 1 u 6 THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, MARCH 15. IS91. iSfflffR f ps y V HER PROPOSAL. I. I turned tlio musio while sho sang Hor ballads sentimental; How sweet the notes around mo range I Her voice ah, mo I how gentle. II. She looked up at me now and then And smiled so very sweetly, That woll, I was like other men I lost ray heart completely. III. 1 1 lovo but thee" she sanpr and gazed At mo In rapt devotion; While I, I turned tho leaves, too dazed To feel my heart's commotion. IV. ' Come tly with me,1' "Love is enough," Such were the ballads1 titles, Like gem proposals in tho rough To mo wero theso recitals. V. I hold ray pcaco until one night Ono moonlit night of summer Sho sang "Bo miuo. ray heart's delight,' And catching these words from her, VI. I bent and kissed her check and said Something I don't remember; That settled it, and wo shall wed, So sho sars in September. -Mun...

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. — 15 March 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 15, lSWi. m V f. ML ACCEPT- It Nit selves in adds additional flavor to its meaning. EXCLUSIVENESS of PATTERN ALMOST COUNTLESS VARIETY PERFEC- fwwrtwnnimwaiftMiMuiwiiiiiiiiiiwiii TION of FIT-ELEGA NCE of DESIGN HONOR of MAKE are the fingers of satisfaction that beclcon your attention. Your coming is our anticipative pleasure. TQ"K SALE. A, FEW GOOD LOTS In Norfolk and Bedford City, Va., From $300 up to $2,000. TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASERS. ROBINSON & LODGE, 5ii Atlantic Building, Jal8-tt ftffl F etrcet. REAL ESTATE BULLETIN BY THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN.017 F street. TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR 8ALR. SOUTHEAST. 507 and 500 Vn. avo., aud 000 5tli Bt, and 2 unimproved lota Si 500 210 to 222 13th et and Kentucky avo, bet BandSC ave.f h 4 000 321, 323, and 32M D bc, fb, Ors, each 3 000 3030th 8t,b h,0 ra 3 000 515 11th Bt. b h. 8 rs 2 COO 009-011 Iat.f h,6 rs 2 500 Alloy, bet 0th and 7th, O and H, b h, 3 rs. . 1 500 305 lfitli Bt, f h, 5 ra 1 500 313 10t...

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 March 1891

s rHE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. MARCH 15, 1891. w T: IFk m Jin ! LH I J ILbE H IHf H B tHdHI BLLA r mi A n l-n mr- OWING TO 1 ran Qatrjaxssa? On mwm km kimwai Jl i. VaaA. J 11 J..1..L i JL xiJLTXJLiJLlJX Vy jLJlJL 1 X JLJL JL JL Jul 7is aCjaura.xs.Es soes eie3bs?1 MONDAY and TUESDAY, from 11 to 12 ONLY, wo will sell a, LACE CAP at 25c5 goods marked from 75c. to $2.50-EOK ONE iTjT. Also si, Ln.dins' All-wool Fvahp.1i PIjiuhaI Ulnm nil fnime Q9 9?; 4W n io ,,ir ,. ,.. -m.. . -.r. : W ONLT A TlF wnivill coll TlirnnTT ,r, i i r patrons tlie foeneiit ol a great illinery Deperfmeail. We have spared nothing to procure the most stylish and bewitching' Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats and Bonnets. We know how to please and always do our utmost to suit customers, sell goods at a small profit, and are foremost in the field of competition and mean to stay. Flowers. We are showing an assortment of over a thou sand different styles of Wreaths, Montures, Bou quets, and material, almost every kind, made by ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 March 1891

mjJV j()rii'Vf-''jJV-i-'';-f--V- '' V V-$(y,V'1r1.? V-v-y-'f f 1 -? 1 ?T - v;r- : fc JUifc 39&tilg U&iixm&l ttiU$0etttt ESTABLISHED 1SOO. MARCH 15, 1891. PAGES 9 TO 16 "' S JH JHJi wlj TIPS FOR TRAVELERS. NOXKI) WOMEN TOURISTS GIVE AD VICE AS TO EXCURSIONS INUlfROl'K. Where to Go, What to Take, nndWhat it Costs Mrs. Logan Gives Her Experi ences andl'rescrlbcs Receipts For Sea sickness Mrs. McPhorsonon Traveling Baggage How to Do Purls Madamo Romero Objects to Boarding-UousoB una Gives Points on Hotels Mrs. Porter Outlines ft New Irish Tour Mrs. Spoon er's Excellent Suggestions. Where shall wo go? What shall wo tako with us? How much shall It cost? These questions aro of interest to all who Intend to travel abroad. Sixty thousand and more Ameri cans jo to Europe every year. The number constantly increases, and several hundred thou sand families all over tho land aro laying out tours for tho near future. Washington is full of people who go abroad ever Bummer. Our most note...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 15 March 1891

kVH)MMKMMMftMPM nfrMimt wmMp ig"-- lO THE SUNDAY MEMRAIsD. SUNDAY, MAR JBSC 15. &S91. 3E w i. ... . see THE NEWS OF THE LODGES. Catarrh Cured ONE CENT! MANY MATTERS OP GB15AT INTEREST TO VKATEKNITY 21EN. 1 Vrcimrntions for the Coming ShrlnoScnnco Masonic I'crfeonnls AVhat tlio Rcchn bltcs Are Doing Notes oC tlio Order of Mechanics and Golden Cross. iiiriir hi imiu Consumption. wmft IflrlliSr piLs BfrPif If ifc; m i t V 1 The following Masonic bodies meet upon ttto evenings of the ensuing week : Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple Benjamin 15. Freucli No. 15, Monday, 10th; 1'cn talpha No. 23, Monday, 16th: National No. 12, Tuesday, 17tb; Washington Centennial No. 14, "Wednesday, ISth; La Fayctto No. 10, Thurs day, 10th: 'Lebanon No. 7, Friday, 20th. A. A. 3. K. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Cathe dral: Osiris No. 20, Wednesday, 18th. Blue Boom: Columbia No. 3, Wednesday, IStb. Masonic Hall, Georcctown Fotomac No. fi, Monday, lGth. Masonic Hall, Virginia avenue southeast Naval No. 4, Th...

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

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 15. 1891. 11 .. i CIRCLE MARKET. GALL AND SEE OUR CAPON CHICKENS, SM AXX YOUNG TUKKES PHIL A. BRT-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. OUR OWN W. & G. FANCY PRINT BUTTER. S. H. GWYNNE, COR. VERMONT AVE. AND L ST. N. W. CH.A.S. T. OAJRTIEIt. OHAS. T. OABTBR & CO., BUILDERS', CABINET, and GENERAL IE3I -A- IR XD "Vv -A Jrdr IB - AGENTS FOR THE BUFFALO STANDARD SCALE CO. BAY STATE LAWN MOWER. 606 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. and 607 B ST. N. W.f WASHINGTON, D. C. TJEJIUIPECOE CALX., 04.. fc23-lml Great Slaughter Sale of Harness! BUtiflY and ROAD HARNESS. $20 Harness Reduced $25 Harness Reduced $30 Harness Redxiced $35 Harness Reduced $40 Harness Reduced Sffsiimess and A LARGE LINE KNEESSI'S, - to $15 00. to $1S 00. to $22 50. to $25 00. to $30 00. HEATIM n iStKa W&f WE HAVE IN STOCK THE FOLLOWING HEATI...

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

s WSB&fUjinjpflWMNi H'gwi Snmiuimi M i IV ii Mrs. McKee and Mrs. Russell Harrison went chopping on Saturday morning. As usual, Mrs. Harrison was at Mr. Putzkl's painting class. She -wears when at this fascinating work a high Lib-apron of green gingham. Mrs. Harrison is decorating a plate with delicate pink convol vulus. There is but one thing more interesting in fiction and the estimation of the public than George Elliot's books George Elliot herself. Therefore, when a lecture at the Catholic Uni versity was announced on George Elliot's "Philosophy of Marriaco" bv the well-known author, Col. Richard Malcolm Johnston, for Wednesday afternoon, it filled tho hall with an audience of highly-cultured people, an audi ence composed largely of readers and admirers of eorge Elliot's genius. The speaker gave hits of biocraphy and a close analysis of Marion Evans's character, giving her credit for a mind of most superior order. He dwelt upon her emotional nnture of endowment and inheritanc...

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

THE SXJN33A.-Y- HERALD. SUNDAY, MARCH 151391. 13 lll v .r IS i Ewl 4 f vwl t SOCIETY OHAT. Wednesday evening last, tlio lltli ln6tant, a conceit under the direction of Mrs. Addlo Pros ,porl Orldlor was Riven at St. Elizabeth's Opera House. It was thoroughly successful and greatly enjoyed by nil tlio faculty, no less than by the unfortunates who aro confined thoro and for whoso pleasure and amusement It Is a charity to contribute one's sorvlces. Where all did so well It would bo Invidious to particu larize, but the delicacy and feeling with which Miss Molllo Byrno rendered her three solos and Miss Nolllo Dobbins her solo and encore seem only just and deserved. Mrs. (Jrldlcr's efforts were thoroughly appreciated and to her Indi vidual exertions much of tho success of tho entertainment may bo directly attributed. She was tho accompanist of the evening. The progratntno as rendered was as follows: Piano duet, "Tarantollo." Misses Beatrice Crldlcr and Amy Prosper!; reading, "Mr. and Mrs. ...

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

piigwiwwiiii'iritji.iiiiawiliii tiiii jmttaii-i i i ijipninmiwiii' h, i ,u:,liWtvrrT ! . 4. -qfc,, ff K y, -y.V., Mll- V lL THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. MARCH 15. 18S1. i mi ii mi 1 1 i i ' " ' - - i, .11 I1 ftitT h , i - - 3D O 1 i1f'. JUiA liilH-'ilUl&J. o xj "w JOT "H1 &!' & El. P t The MAN'S IDEA OF MARRIAGE. "BAH" ASKS SOME MEN WHAT THEY THINK OF MATRIMONY And Secures Some Interesting: Views A Club-man's Ideas A Doctor's View Why One Bachelor Is Content to Re main as Ho Is Why Some Men Don't Marry. Special Correspondence of TnE Sunday Herald. New York, March 18. I have had three or four letters lately, asking me, in different ways, what was my opinion of marriage. It seemed right that they should ho answered, and 60 I started out on a journey of discovery, seeking for knowledge from wise men. I do not think that women are capable of deciding this ques tion, for each one is certain to judge from her own standpoint and that alone, and sd she can not he said to look at t...

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

rttf,'WJ'll'WWyMiiH'ii'' 'Hf i'ini y THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 15. 1891. 1 i? '-) m Sfocwl $Esifcfc? A Bargain for a That beautiful corner at Seventh and G streets N. E., 72 feet an G street and 116 on Seventh, only 92 cents per foot. On very easy terms. T R B B BBS 616 REAL ESTATE, LOANS, AND INSURANCE. AND Imsiaraaace, 1 2 O S IP STlEfcEJET. 303 Seventh street southwest. CIO Four-and-a-Hnlf street southwest. jal8-tf CHARLES A. McEUEN, HEAL ESTATE AMD LOAN BROKER, OFFICE, 1420 F STREET N. W., "WASHINGTON, D, C LOANS NEGOTIATED In the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Vir ginia. Property Bought, Sold, and Exchanged. Houses Rented and Rents Collected Fire Insurance Placed in Reliable Companies. fe3-lm0 ,,3JL&fcJci.V.. 1415 F Street Member of Washington Stock Ex change. All local stocks and securi ties bought, and sold. de8-lt IFOIR, SALE! The following pieces of IMPROVED COUN TRY PROPERTY, situated about two miles from Washington City, and suitable for dairy, poultry, or...

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

VMWIpiii i")!1: ,...."-.. tynifafrnw,i .m -- rfAw iWMfcw' 3fc .Wfrg;--fr V W.,.-V ,., A djffr- Mm" d rVw-- 'ftWtWrfMI- - W... c.i.,j,iffr i ' lv fl 16 THE SUNDAY MERJViLVD. SUNDAY. MARCH 15, 1S91. ?WWqpMBfpiirtwu)wiW frt- P "W 'iiwynuii "inim ? ; fcr r L I? Bulimy Sin1 Sign SEVENTH STREET. Pi (MX MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MARCH 1 6 and 1 7, WE ABB PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE OUR FIRST FORMAL SPRING OPENING MILLIlsTB ZRT2" GOSSIP OF THE GIRLS. Alioo Confides to Dear Louise the Goings On in Washington. WE WILL SHOW Entirely new effects in Imported Pattern Hats and Bonnets. An unsurpassed line of Untrimmed Hats. A beautiful and exclusive line of Materials for Trimming, in cluding many novelties. A magnificent stock of Flowers, Kibbons, etc. In fact, everything appertaining to the Millinery line. Wliat We Wisli to Particularly Impress Upon You Is That whatever we sell is sold at our own particular prices, which we GUABA.NTEE to you to be lower than you can buy the same high-class Millinery for anywhe...

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

ft. r. ffV Jta& Jffl&kl Sl&liatt&i 3ttUgt VOL. XXVI. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, MARCH 22,1891.-24 PAGES. NO.l 1 . 'fi! 1 i H A WHITE HOUSE SCARE. TIIlSrilESIDENT'S TAMII, V AI.AKMED 1JY A SUPPOSED UURGIiAR. Senator Vance's StopHon llrealtB a Wln !ov on tho South Portico While Tem porarily Deranged H Gives tho Of ficers a Hard TubhIo in Arresting Til in, Thoro was a scare at tho White House last night. About 8 o'clock big John Kenny, tho oflicor on duty, was startled byheailngacrash in tho Red Parlor, and on entering tho room lie saw a figure crouching on the portico, out side tho window. At the same time Oflicor Dubois was uttracted to tho spot by tho uoiso. As tho officers reached tho window they dis covered a man hiding in tho shadows of tho columns on tho portico. They hunied outand seized tho intruder, but ho gavo them a tough struggle. Policeman Cunningham, tho watch rnau in tho south grounds, came to the assist ance of the other officers, and they got the stranger off...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 March 1891

p rw--?j 2 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 22. 1891. '- '-"m ; wv The Finest Sparkling Table Water and Ginger Champagne in the Worfid AN ABSOLUTELY NATURAL MINERS WATEE, T 'S m ,? m i is I $!; Thai Creates Appetite, Aids Digestion, and Tones Up the System Genera ist. The developed-springs of Manitou consist of the following group: NAVAJO, MAN1TOU, and SHOSHONE, all controlled' 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,fthe 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. Therefore our customers can be assured that wh...

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

uu ? , ,', I THE SGiSfDAY HERALD, SUNDAY) MARCH 22, 1891. 3 tM lW R in1! m : AMONG THE THEATRES. "WASHINGTON TO KN.TOV A OITKTTK THIRST NIGHT THIS WEEK. mMvh. Wilkinson's Widows" at lli Na tional To-morrow Night "The Old Homestead" nt Alhiutgh'fi Good IMHh at Other House Coming Concerts. Mr. "ViiHnm Gillette is one of the most talented mul most versntile writers for the Istngo in America. When he offered "Held by the Enemy" to the public (which, by the wny, hurt its first nppenrance before the foot lights In Washington) ho was considered n strong dramatic writer. When he brought forward "The Private Secretary" and quite re- ccnily "Alltho Comforts of Home" he was instantly given the palm as a writer of thor ough, unadulterated comedy. What is still further to his credit is that in these days, when oven plays that pleaso do not contiuuc to do i80 for more than one season, all of his have stood the test of time and arc still in the prcs 'Ctit scnisoii netting him a large income. "All ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 March 1891

$i l Itf y. THE SUNDAY HERALD, l&QA'. MARCH 32, IS 91. w , - -, IF ri j n M1 ir IS t r & r '- AND OEceftig (Jtfttforicif 3nfcfu'gciwci the National Intelligencer CSTADLIfHCD 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABLISHED 1389. Kntci-cd nt the Post Olllcc at WivslilnRJon D. C. as Second-class atnttor. j. it. souiix: .Proprietor. A.T.HENSEY BY,' 1 "The Hernia" In Alexandria. The long-predicted and well-deserved boom has at last struck Alexandria. Her capital ists, business men, and citizens generally are fully aroused to the great possibilities of their city as a manufacturing and commercial centre and as a place of residence, and they are taking all necessary 6teps to bring her ad vantages to tho attention of the country. The Hbai.t) wants to do what it can to help me gooa wors aiong, and hereafter will devote every week a considerable amount of space to Alexan dria bU6lncsB and general news. It will try to cover' the field fully in hopes to secure tho cooperation of the people of Alexa...

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

)' WBYHfc-fw t? ir , ?- -wirGj. ' -- v t.t r - m tl i-"v i- - r- 'sW,-'-- A. .,,, i .,pun,4f A" THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, MARCH 22.1891. ALEXANDRIA'S BOOM. TOWN TALK. PL . Z-Z. " " ' --" 5 M IS! I 1IKR HUSrNICSSlEX AUK THOKOUGR I.Y AKOU.SKD AM) IN KARNKST. Tho Attracttnim iiml Advantages of tho City for ItttflinrBK, iMiiimfncturoH unci KohUIoucoh to bo Kyrttoinuf icullv Ail vertlM!l Alexandria, March 21. Tm: IIkkai,p, in venturing Into this now field, has but afforded another proof of Its well-earned claim of be ing a paper of progressive and liberal Ideas. It Is undoubtedly entitled to, and will receive, tho gratitude of all who have tho Interests of this city at heart, for tho love of Alexandrians for their city Is famous. Tho many readers of TheIIkkajd hero will rejoice to know that each Sunday a newspaper will bo brought to their doors containing a complete enumera tion of all matters of Interest, both personal and otherwise, that have happened In their midst. They will also rea...

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 March 1891

2i? -.- r - -, 'r -'iw'-'iii'i 'frii.t,v,.H,.. Wft", ., .wnt-, ,. - --Sia. ! ,, v , r . - -. a"K, j' ' -T" -3JJf- r-fV -- l .' r,. fviJWJ,JfvpR"(tMt "MPs-rf fr -&"- ffi . 'T-fffr'frfc wftwitfflf'ftr'flf irtMcK - - -r"trv i ijtwirfHJIMMflftqp 6 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 22. L891. h lr f u t 3- it r LIKE A WEIRD DREAM. llOW Till: NEW OUX.EA.XS IiYNCHEttS DID T1IEIR TKRRIHTjE WORK. Graphic Description of im Eyo-Wiiness of tlio Close of tlio Trial, tho Gnthcr ing nt tlio Clny Statue, and tlio Tropic Events that followed Collecting Ghostly Relics. Special Correspondence of The Hehavd. New Oklbans, March 19. "Who killa do chief ? Hooray 1 Who killa do chief?" shout the streetgamius of Now OrleaDS, imitating the accent of an Italian, as they surgo around the vans which are convoying to tho parish prison tho men charged with tho murder of tho late David Hennessey. An echo answers, "Who?" They are excit ing times, these, at tho closing of tho cele brated case which has kept the Sl...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 22 March 1891

mim&immMiWL v . - tf"ww xNnwMiiyiM'wv ?.. rr T ". r . 7k'5A'.i4!Wsww' - . U-,'- . c 'i .. . ;vJLr,J8:rj'aifi.'."vv"J'jJjj''i'W'8ii'i. i'n ii i ,.,. .,..-.1.. ,. ,,.,.,. if THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 22. 1S91. -to I III ! I FACTS FOR INVESTORS. SHOWING OUU VAVOKKD CO IHTION IN LOCAL STOCKS. Tito Conilltion of Our Hunks Soino An cient HlHtory About the Old Kollnhle Franklin InRurnnco Tho Kino hi Our Stock. Taking the figures elven by tun uatlonal Batiks to the Comptroller on tho SOth of Feb ruary last, and picking out five otber cities of about the same relative importance as Wash ington, and the condition of our local banks shows up remarkably well by comparison. As is generally vell known tho national banks aro required to keep 25 per cent, of their do posits always on hand in cash, and so far as this city goes tho requirement was more than complied wlthj as the amount on-baud lep- ' resented 45.73 por cent, of the total deposits. Brooklyn had but 28.33, Cincinnati, 30.10;...

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

--- WV!jtn4- J r r ftf4fel rt - - .-,, j jaaa.J.r- . . W. - -.XW-Uv- - '' - v,-HWv-t - -!,,-., - -4-;TtMtfigt-. r -r , -iw- H ttvtlfV'' M !i;M,8i..rv,iL-sffl-s:;, - '.5 DrIR SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY. IVIA.RCH: 22, 1891. LONDON BAM. 7 iwrwiMi " IS MARKET SPM III MM & Ml STS.. i i il I .V I 1 J j i I f K 'f lr I'M: ' f I M " , 13 l! 11MI 11 TUESDAY, MABGH 11 II) 21. v. As we had our Initial Spring Opening nearly two weeks ago, which was quite a successful one, and having since reocivod many now styles in I?':re:o.3l3- fe J.:i3ra.e:roo,:a. TPsutt&Trxi. Hats, I3c:o.:o.ets dte We decided to have a socond display, and as overy lady must have one or more of the articles in our line by Easter, what would be easier than to take this opportunity of examining our Stock and Prices, and securing one of our Special Bargains. Wraps, We have a few each of the following: An ele gant all-wool French Flannel Blazer, all colors, at $2.25, which we will selljjduring opening week. Also a Striped Blaz...

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

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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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