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THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRTLLAJRY 22, 1S91.
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Wilson & Carr,
02!) F STREETS. W.
432 NINTH ST. N. W.
Every Article Marked in Plain
S 1 07.85 Koru0?5Iip $ 1 07.85
IN SPECIAL PULLMAN CARS
THROUGH FROM WASHINGTON. D. C, TO
CITY OF MEXICO AND RETURN,
PIEDMONT AIR LINE.
'(Richmond and Danvillo R. R.)
DEPARTURES OF SPECIALLY-ORGANIZED
PARTIES. OF LIMITED NUMBER,
D. C, ON
February 3 anil 17, -31arcli
3, 17, and 31.
RETURN FROM CITY OF MEXICO ON
AND FORTNIGHTLY THEREAFTlSt UNTIL
April 0, Inclusive.
Full particulars to bo had upon application to
Now Entdand Acenoy, 228 Washington street,
Boston: General Eastern Agency, 220 Broadway,
Now York, or to tho PaBsenuer Department
Richmond and Danvillo Railroad System, 1800
Pennsylvania avenue, Washington, 15. C.
THE STORAGE WAREHOUSE
American Security and Trust Co.
A. T. BRITTON, President,
West side Fifteenth street, between L and M
Will bo open to receive Furniture, Carriages, Sil
verware, Bric-fc-Brao, Statuary, Wine, Trunks of
Clothing, and Valuables of all kinds on Storage
August 15, 1890.
Separate Locked Iron Compartments.
Special Facilities for Storage of Silverware,
Pianos, Mirrors, Pictures, and Books.
Goods of all Descriptions Carefully Paokod an
Moved without trouble to owners.
The only Absolutely Fire-proof Building In
city not owned by tho Government.
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Terms and full information obtained at office
American Security and Trust Company, 1410
Btreot N. W. ALBERT M. READ,
General Manager, Warehouse Dept.
Gents' Suits Scoured and Pressed, $1.
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705 Ninth street northwest,
425 North Eutaw et., Baltimore.
COATS, 60o. PANTS. 25o. VESTS, 2Co.
ALTERING AND REPAIRING DONE
IN THE BEST MANNEH.
Goods called for and delivered.
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The Cottage Market is daily
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asortment of all goods in its
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mac River Terrapin ever
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TURKEYS AND DUCKS.
A fine stock of Canned
Goods. Every variety of Vege
tables. Hot-house Tomatoes and
Brussels Sprouts and Cauli
flower. Fruits of all Kinds. ,
The finest Florida Oranges,
Grape Fruit, Mandarins and
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The Best Brands of Print
COW and SHEAF PRINTS
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THE WOMEN'S COUNCIL.
THE GREAT GATHERING TO UEGIN ITS
Somo of tho Noted indies Who Will Ho
Present nnd tho Great Orgnnlzntlons
Which Thoy Represent.
The general officers of the Woman's Natloual
Council of tho United States, which convenes
this week In Albaugh's Opera House, arc
Frances E. Wlllard, President; Susan B. An
thony, Vice President; Mary F. Eastman, Re
cording Secretary; May Wright Sowall, Cor
responding Secretary, and M. Louiso Thomas,
Treasurer. One need not bo a prophet or a scor
to foretell that this council will bo tho centre
of attraction for women during Its eight ses
sions. It opens to-day, at 8 P. M., with diviuo
services, In which five women clergymen tako
part Rev. Mila Prances Tupper, Rev. Caroline
J. Bnrtlett, Rov. Olympla Brown, Kov, Ida C.
Hultin, aud Rov. Anna H. Shaw. Thoro will
bo a solo by 51. Elizabeth Johnson aud an ex
hortation by Mrs. 5rarcarct Bottome, prcsidont
of tho Kine's Daughters. This scrvlco is open
to tho public.
There will be present at tho council regular
and fraternal delegates representing thirty-live
societies and organizations. Sorosls, of Now
York, is represented by its president,
5rrs. Ella Dietz Clymer, a woman of much
grace and sweetness of manner united to dra
matic culture; tho National woman's unris
tian Temporanco Union, by Frances E. Wll
lard, whoso fame is in all tho households of tho
land, and whose llfo is too well known to need
repetition. 5Irs. M. Louise Thomas, tho treas
urer of tho Triennial Council, is one of tho
most learned and distinguished women of the
country. Sho is tho president of tho Woman's
Centenary Association of tho Universallst
Church. Wimodaughsis is represented by Rev.
Anna Shaw, one of the bravest and pluckiest
women before tho public. It took her nino
years to earn enough to defray and to carry on
her education, which sho did, graduating
in both theology and medicine, to bo con
fronted with tho denial of the privilege of ordl
nation in tho very church which hail educated
her tho good old Methodi6t Episcopal Church.
Fortunately even Methodists aro open to con
viction, and the Protestant Methodists of
Now York put an outward seal of
consecration upon what tho Lord had
already done for her. Bertha Honore Palmer,
president of tho Lady Board of Managers of
the Columbia Exposition, while comparatively
unknown outside of Chicago, is already sot
uown as ono of tho grand women or the ago.
The Queen Isabella Association is represented
by Dr. Julia Holmes Smith, its able president.
Tho Ladles' Physiological Institute of Boston,
by Dr. Helen B. O'Leary. There aro seven
Women's 5IissIonary Associations represented.
5Irs. E. B. Grannis, publisher, proprietor, and
editor of the Church Union, represents tho Na
tional Christian League for tho Promotion of
Social Purlty,and Is one of the bravest of women.
The World's W. C. T. U. Is represented by L.M.
N.StovcuB. The Woman's Temperance Publish
ing Association by Mary Allen West, one of the
great thinkers and best executive workers in tho
cause. She is also tho president of the Illinois
Woman's Press Association. Mrs. 5Iargaret
Rovenhlll, president of tho Woman's Health Pro
tective Association, of New York, Is the mother
of Katharine Kidder, tho well-known actress.
Tho Now England Press Association is repre
sented by its talented president, 5Irs. Estello N.
H. Murrill, ono of themostgraceful women and
charming writers in the country. She
is known as "Jean Kincald" on iho
Boston Globe. Tho American officers of the
International Council of Women is well repre
sented by Clara Barton and Rachel Foster
Avery. Tho jewels and medals of honor which
Clara Barton has won in her labors on behalf of
tho soldiers on our own and foreign battle-fields
could not be all pinned on her breast at one
time. Sometimes she is assailed by tho unreflect
ing as being an army woman, while in reality
tho work of tho Bed Cross Society is most civil
izing and tends to mitigate tho horrors of war.
The Council of Women has an enrolled mem
bership in the various organizations which they
represent of over half a million of people.
Lastly, but by no means tho least, comes tho
Woman's Suffragist Organization with its per
sistent, Indefatigable workers, headed l)y the
still dauntless Susan B. Anthony at large, and
of 5Irs. 51. E. S. 5Iarble, representing the Dis
trict of Columbia, and for three days, beginning
Thursday, at the close of tho Council of Women,
tho National Suffrage Association will occupy
Albaugh's, Including services on tho following
Decline of tho Blondes.
Frank Hudson, tho Enell6h author, has this
to say upon the question as to whether blondes
aro becoming extinct: "Everybody knows that
the children playing round tho cradle of our
raco were all fair. Tho ancient Hebrews oven
they were almost to a man fair-haired. Tho
old Greeks and Romans, Bprung from tho gods,
were 6unny-haired, as were also tho old
Venetians, as Ruskin tells us. Why have all
these people changed ? Why have wo in these
islands chauged? I'll tell you, sir it's all tho
liver. That's what's tho matter. I onco asked
a physician why it was that dark-haired people
had such weak livers, while fair people never
knew whether or not thoy had a liver. His
answer was: 'I cannot tell you why, but you
aro right dark-haired people must bo always
careful of what they eat.' There is tho whole
thing In a nutshell. Heaven sent us eoldeu
halred women in the olden times, when wo were
good, and the devil sends us cooks in modern
times, when wo aro bad. Our grandfathers'
livers aro ruined, and wo inherit their bile,
which turns our hair black."
Grape and Wino Chat.
Tho world's annual output of 3,000,000
gallons of wine is consumed by 82,000,000 grown
persons out of 440,000,000. This Is 35J gallons
Ecr cent., or three-quarters of a pint dally per
ead. In the United States 13,000,000, or less,
consumers participate, with only 81 gallons per
cent, or 1-15 of a pint dally, Statistics of tho
United States flro water drams show a fearfully
different lesult. Well may temperance bewail
tho fact. Doubling the number of consumers
of a modicum of wine at tho meal would de
crease drunkenness in proportion.
Five thousand California vineyards yield
18,000,000 gallons of wine, 5 per cent, of these
of high grade. At our office, 717 Fifteenth
otreet, wines exclusively of these 5 per cent,
and from vineyards of merit are offered for
comparison and choice. Send for price list.
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at his store, d09 Seventh St. N. W.
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