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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald. — 19 December 1880

THE CIVIL SERVICE. SKETCHES OP DEPARTMENT FICBRS. OF- H.-ANSINTANTNrrnETABYMlKNCM. Henry I'. I'roneli Is the sou of Hon. Daniel French, al one ttmn Attorney General of the State nf New Hampshire. Ho was educated at tho Plnkettnn Academy at Dcrry and nt lllngham, Mass 11a studied law In Ills father's offleo and at the law school al Cambridge, Mass,, and wan admitted to the liar In ISSS. lie practiced Ian with hi father till hit death ( was at Portsmouth one yoir, then removed to Exeter and held tho omco of Solicitor of the County ten year from IM andthitof Hank Commissioner four years from Islst and practiced law In F.xeter until appointed a Justice of the Court of Common Pleas In ISM, which office ho held until 1IS9, when he opened an onlce In Boston and practiced law.having removed Ml family to Combrldgo In 18(111. He was appointed Assistant District Attorney for Suffolk county In ISO:, and held the office until 1(05, when he was elected the first president of the Massachusetts Agr...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald. — 19 December 1880

SJw Jawing gwnW AND Weokly National Intelligencer. Entered nt the PontOHIro nl Wnahlnsr. Inn It. i.,na8ecnnd.clntmMMIfr. Editorial anj Publication Offices, No. 935 D Street Northwest. I. N.lll'RRITT, Editor nml ProprlMor. T. II. KAI.lIFtlN. Pntlllier. WAStltKGTONtmttmtlll IKCKMHKB1, 110. 77: ua'.ijm r.i.v.i.. A vast nmonnt of nonsense lms tieon printed In American journals slnco Mr. Secretary Thompson lias Vecomo connectdi with tlio Panama Canal Company. The H'orW, which ilnrlngM. De Lesseps's visit to this continent let forth thu truo American doctrine with signal clearness and ability, has spoken of Mr. Thompson as taking tlio Presidency of tlio Company, and lias declared that this circumstance removes all valid objections to the De licxepa project, wlillo numerous otlier Journals havo chimed In with simllnr senti ments. Now Mr. Thompson has lint becomo l'resldenl of the Company, but only Chair man of tlio American Committee, whatever that may mean. Wo are as yet unadvised as to w...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald. — 19 December 1880

"TAYLOR & HI1FTY, 933 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. ARK (UTERI Nil AT ThoLowcstPricesiiithoCity TIIE LAROEST VARIETY OF GOODS BIiomii by any House in Wnshlnglon, adapted roit EITHER USEFUL OR ORNAMENTAL. GENTLEMEN'S RobcH de Chambre, SMOKING JACKETS, AND FURI4IHII1NG QOOTe, Iii llio Ncweit and Choicest aijrles. nun own importation. We aro ClostnK Oat Oar LADIES' SUITS AND CLOAKS AT AN IMMENSE REDUCTION. JUfT OPENED -A LARUE LINE OF LADIES' SILK HOSE, MUCH UNDIR REGULAR PRICES. Our Various Departments WILL RFVAY A CAREFUL SELECTION TO THOSE WHO ARF IN SEARCH OF Holiday Gifts FOR LADIES, GENTLEMEN, OIRLS AJ.D BOYS. C1RAN DISPLAY OF XOHilL.S, FINEST SPECIMENS IN THE CITY. FANCY GOODS UNEQUALED. UNRIVALED ASSORTMENT OF MADE UP LACE GOODS OF EVFRY DESCRIPTION. COLLARETTES, FICHUS, HANDKERCHIEFS, JABOTS, GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, LADIES' GENT'S. AND CHILDREN'S GLOVES, SILK UMBRELLAS, HANDKERCHIEFS AND MUFFLERS, PARIS, BERLIN, AND VIENNA FANCY GOODS, BISQUE FIGURES, PLAQUES, VASES, ARTISTIC...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald. — 19 December 1880

ftMHMaHWBJ'JftggBCTl.' VJKU. iM.KJVVmWVOAU Jijo Riming mM isn. Weekly National Intolligcncer. I.N.lUJ1.niTT,l.lllnr nnd Proprietor. CITY NEWS. OUR SOCIETIES. WASiiiNnToNtmjiuntiiiiter.MiiKn i. im. LOCAL MENTION. A MonM. ltAnunxt. Tim universally iwvmlarand renowned flrst-class Rroccry of William i)rine Sims established In IM l.y IIMn svs tonicf fslr.leallnc together with an unllinllftl facll lltr for securing esery s atletv nf snch goods in r only tnlw found Inn flrst-clsss store, suitable In the wants i.f tlio'o of nn r Inirrati taste. Mi well ns of nil fnn.l of good cheer, has attained patronage nnlv to be se cured l.J presenting at nil times lo n discriminating public cntnnte te, enlarged, and vatled assortment of nil such articles as are only tn lm fnnnil Inn nrst-eliiss lion'o. As In the put, thev ore early In the Held, In view of the approarhlnft festive season, to cater to the reneral tat of the imMlr. Their sloe comptlsos larry variety ft therniwtcholro nn.l recherctid goods...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald. — 26 December 1880

THE CIVIL SERVICE. It Is a misfortune of our system of Civil Service that men may accomplish the moat noteworthy ftml meritorious deeds wherein they will demonstrate tlio possession of patriotism, Integrity, Industrious real, culture, elilll, courage, unit oil the highest end beat qualities of manhood, and yet seldom lie known outside a small official circle too often too envious to let the time of the performance get abroad. If Charley O'Malley, of the Onety-onth "Hoss," en rountera band of wandering Sioux, and, encounter ing, whips thorn, Ma achievement fotthwltli l lioraldcd from one end ot the land to the other) It Tom Topsail, with tits boat's crow, encoilnlera the Vinccaneer and rams Ida own death's-head and cross tionea down liU piratical throat, forthwith the captain of Ida ahlp embalms his etplolt In the terse Fngllsh ot an official despatch, which anon tl.e eager news man telegraphs from the Navy otBce to every news paper lit the United States; and the names ot O'Malley an...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald. — 26 December 1880

WU JfonflHjj grail il AND Weokly National Intolligoncor. Bntcrnt ttt the rontOfllcn nt.iililits;. ton I. O., nNrroiul-f ln Mnttrr. Editorial nnd Publication Offices, No. 935 D Street Notthwest. iTSTnunniTT, Krtltor nnrt Proprietor. T. It. KAI.IU'U). Fltblliilicr. tunc gnnn by. As ft people wo sre called upon to nislntntnonrFrif.respeetbvtlifiestsullshmentofBr'en- Hon fund tnrrllerr.liesn.frcrlngsMth(i maimed I.tt narmpft great central hospital In thoFouthWhcrolrio hsttf red rcmnsntsof humanity rhsvrcposMncomfort. 1 ft us lionor the living mMmcsl ns wo do ttio hftppler desd. I,t us tsVo tliowi tiMtercd hcroos from onr Mreet corners snd make them comfortable. The boys In lilue nlll get their Just rer6mpMi from llio Na tlnntil Ooiernmcnt, unit fthmit ttielsst nctnf I ho re tiring Democratic Congressmen will li to psss fin enormous pension Mil to relievo the isior nnd needy of tlio Federal Army, lint It Is Icfltiil'tlvate Mil to tlvn relief trithestirTerer In Hie Confederate; sclvlce. W...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald. — 26 December 1880

1881. 1881. NEW TEAR. taylor t mm, 933 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE HAVR JtT RECEIVER 'i V -' ,. Am. Immense Stoclc oi LADIES' Kid Gloves, 1IY AIX THE t Beautiful Evening and Party Shades,, 81'EciA.n.ai.Y von the NEW YEAR RECEPTIONS. FOR LADIES: LUCCA KIDS, In 3, 4, 0, 8, ana 10 BUTTONS. FOSTER PATENT LAOED KID GLOVES, In 5, 7, and 10 lloolcs. ' FOR, GENTLEMEN: Uarris Seamless, Periaot, and Otker Popular Makes of KID GLOVES, Kid Gloves, Kid Gloves, In Cadet and Regular Sixes. AMMO, White Lavn, Silk, and Satin Ties and Scarfs. Al.kQ, Ladies' Reception ANP Party Dresses. Taylor Mufty, 933 Penna. Avenue. THE DVINO HORSE. Weary and worn, crlprled '" oll'i Stretched on th pavement damp and cold, With no one to pity, no friendly band tilgli, I.lfo'a sands all ethausted, one hat fallen lo die. Men, women, and children, approaching the placj, Stop, gnie for a moment, thin move on, apace. They aoo In the fallen, not n tinman corse, Hot only a worn-out, broken-down horse. Bhame on humanity, Minnie and...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald. — 26 December 1880

w sjjwt vr-jii Jt$ Jfaata gtaifl ' AND Weekly National Intelligencer. I. N. HURHITT, Ktlllor mill Proprietor. CITY NEWS. Weather Imllrntloim. For tlin Middle States, ratn and unnw, northern In northwest winds falling followed by ruing mmniitti inunwra during me nil cloudy miI slightly colder weathe r. WAamwoTOKiimiini tiDKCF.Mnr.K id, iso. " LOCATLMENTl6Nr " A ffw Sundays flROWfl calloil the Attention nt the public to the fuel IliM imreapiMe and energetic testatiratenr Mr. Seliistlan Aman, Nn. aid Ninth street, had rejuveiiitod his enure establishment, miklne; It Itie mol altrartlveand complete rewrt of llic kln.l Intherlty. Now w are requested, In be hslt of Mr. AtnMi, to Invite nil his friends to visit him on New A eir'a diy and partake of his lirwpl talltr. UK house will lie open from It A. M. tol 1'. M. between which hours mine host will welcomo n who imivhftTinr him with n New Year's call with that ronrtr-sy wnicn "as iiisimgiiisiicu mm me hotel-Keeper jirten. MFSsns. I'ETEnsos...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald. — 2 January 1881

THE CIVIL SERVICE. SKETCHES OK DEPARTMENT V-ICEUU. . OI'- V.-llmt. .Iomi'IiIi U. ,Mo'nlnliiful, Astlm mil Adoi'iip.v flriifinl il llic Itullril .hl.tli'N. 01 nil tlio risllonaur iienilti wlm luwrou II I1ntfl to tlifi Rlory nT Hi new noi M I'tutitMy none liavo more rwtton to lio nuiil uf their clill.li en In the llulloil States ttrftri tliu Scutch. Men havo ilevnlc.l rciiimof iicr ntiil nmdi Rootl Ink tntliolstiorloin toiisiriirrlnii cf theories liy which In nrrmmt for tlin pru mliirtiro calm-il liy Imllvliltiiilt hulling from fi col lain l.w.illly imlU that locality lwrnmci famous for lis statesmen, llsillvlnes, llnlltprmy mrii, liitentoia, sol.llcis, or what not and llio latest assay of tlio tort tliitwocaticnlltoinliHlwastlntottiiel'roililent-clect, Mr, flntrletil, who reslM with the problem, why arionM Oliln folks hol.l to many oHlces? till be hetamo IhWikclln tho ttmibt fit! gloom In which other people lnorome tn look upon the question. Hut nolioily his ever succeeded In satisfy...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald. — 2 January 1881

AND Weekly National Intolligonoor. Entered nl the, I'nM Ulllro 1 Wnililnif Ion I. t'.,wNreiiilrlntii Mutter. Editorial anil Publication Offices, No. 93s D Street Northwest. If. IlllltltlTT, i:1ltnr nml Proprietor. , II. KAMU'IS. lMiltllMier. W v.HltNllTONlttt!titiliiiil.tANcAnY a, ItSI. .1 1.KAV T110M HISTORY. Mr. Montgomery iilnlr, wlio was Poitnifuter Oonoral ilnrlngtlio early part of Lincoln's niimlnist ration, and who can therefore speak wlthknowlwlgoof the Cabinet (U-Hbcrallons of that Important period, has published an article on "Opening the Mississippi," in which ho declares that the project of sending a naval foico to captnro New Orleans was originated by his brother-in-law, Assistant f-pcretfiry of tho Snvy Onstavus V. lV. Mr. Dlair aciuses Mr. Scwntit of liavlng, with Ociicrrl Scott, clicilheit thn policy of letting " the wayward sisters go in peace, " and in imrMiance lliereof ho advised the " surrender not only of l'ort Sumter but of " Tori J'lrkeni, nt IVnsacola." Mr. ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald. — 2 January 1881

1881. 1881. NEW YEAR. TAYLOR & HUFTY, 933 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE 1IAVK JUST RECEIVED An Immense SJtoclc ot UDIES' Kid Gloves, I.V AM. THE Beautiful Evening and Party Shades, eiMaoiA-T-iw FOB THIS NEW YEAR RECEPTIONS, FOR LADIES: LUCCA KIDS, In 3, 4, a, ti, anil 10 BUTTONS. it' $iVM-ft" l S' f -- FOSTER PATENT LAOED KID GLOVES, In G, 7, and 10 Hooka. FOR GENTLEMEN: Harris Seamless, Periuot, and Other Popular makes of KID GLOVES, Kid Gloves, Kid Gloves, In Cadet and Itemtlar Slues. ALSO, White Lawn, Silk, and Satin Ties and Scarfs. A I.SO, Ladies' Reception AU Party Dresses. Taylor & Hufty. 933 Penna. Avenue, LITTLE LAURETTE. Mills I.aurttte in Mttlng l-osl.le Hot dressing-room flro, In ail rosin nlorie-j A Mljnomionililuronf loroandpilda She seemed, as aha loosed her tone, She combed Iter tresses of uoudrouslnilr, Her einnll white, feci to the nio peeped out, Strangely fluttered liet Ikoiii fnlr, Ahil tier lips had a wilful rnil. Whoerer hid accii that llllle l.nutclle. Looking ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald. — 2 January 1881

AND Weekly National Intolligoucori I.NiltlinntTT.lMllnr nnil rroprlrlor. WASIIISOTOJJiliiUII tiitii.UNUArlY .1. HJI. LOCAL MTCNTtON. (TIT NEWS. MrpSRP. Umrrn te BciioriFin wero aiming IIim rrrrlTlnc yftenlT. Willi their usual ntcr ,rls thU fltm Vent open hrtnse from oarlr mom until lti al night In lliclr handsome ami attractive, rrstnii unl, and allsilio came within their liospltililo rtoor; were made welcome and rntnfortsble. In Urn reir nf i.-.,if.iA,i.sinnn nn itm first floor a Hrco and llnely ilrcoralMl lulil was spread TCllh ,vrIT 1p1I"'J' ' Season, Uanlo mm inwim eseiy ur-iiii'Mini, wti. nnil tame, figured In this elatKirate dlspHv, M 'l ttiecliotrestiif melts, tongues, silsds, and the other stands nnd delicacies known to skillful caterers. The pleasure, M music ni added In tho enjoyment or the guests, ns l'rnfessor ltogers presided at the organ and sue somoot hustings In tlie InltnllKlile lTle wlilcli has made lilin famousas a hallad singer. Altogether, this entertainment was...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald. — 9 January 1881

THE CIVIL SERVICE. SKETCHES. OK, DEPARTMENT FICERS. ' OF. Tit-Mnnr Tlmnina J. Hnlitift, Ttln1tirn I Init Mlllccr or tti6 Treasury Ilcpntt nirnt. Wo treat our raiders to-day to a sketch ,ottaJ.,Thoioa J.ltobbs, tin Rclil.il, cnlllvatod, and Ihoroaglihroit gentleman who Ms rot tlio rast sixteen fort tilled, with so miitb. satisfaction to all con cerned, tbt Important poiltlon ot disbursing officer In lb United State Treasury Department, lto itc teeded John Jay Knot tin present Comptroller of tbCntrnry to thli position In tMl. The duties ot disbursing officer art (ar more complicated and va tint than the general publlohai any conception of. Mi). llobbi'a duties are manifold. Ills disburse' vntnti are enormous. They amount to about flva minien dollar year. Half of this Imioomo sum Is paid fit If hand, the ether halt by thect or dratl. Ca ran hardly leillrewhst vastamount ot money ,(W,W0 teally la unlets he counts II, ami as he'll nem hi e a thante to count II he'll never fully resl ttet...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald. — 9 January 1881

Slw"jfontog gttM AND Weekly National Intelligencori Entered nl the Font Office nt Wndhlne ton II. !., n Kcrond.clnsm Matter. EdiToriarnnJ Publication Offices, No. 93s D Street Northwest. t . N. millHITr. i:lltnr nml Proprietor. r. n. UAi.iirrs. l'ni.iiniicr. VAsruvnT6.vimiiiimnii.tANUAnv 0, imi. It teems n r-Uy thfil so many thousands of tho youth pf tho country slimiM be lirouRhl to llio Federal City on tho 4lh of March for no greater purpose than uselessly convoying the l'reslilent-elcct from his hotel to tho cast front of tho Canllol and then to Tin: press and the monopolists We havo known for many months that Mr. John W. Thompson, formerly, a member of the District Legislature, President of tho National Metropolitan llank, xPreslnnt of the Inland and Seaboard Coasting' Com pany, a I'lrectorjof tho Washington (lallght Company, and tho chlel owner of the Metro politan (F si.) Street Hallroad Company, rras seeking to deter us from our exposures of the misdeeds of his corporations, ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald. — 9 January 1881

(' O V i SMEk 5 81? ITT. . hJT4 ci)9;33,.ivj -, PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, HATE OPENED A .Large andvAttractivo Stock OF J LADIES' Undergarments AS FOLLOWS! CHEMISES At 50c, 53c, 02c, 75c, $1, $1.25, $1,38, $1.30, and upwards. HELIOTROPE. Amid tho chapel'i checkered jtoom Sba laujhod with Dot and with Flora, And chattered In the lecture-room The saucy llttlo tophomora I Yet while (u In br oilier schools) Sho was a privileged transfroesor, She naver broke tho slmplo rules Of one particular protouar. But when bo spoke, of varlod lore, raroxjtonea aol nioJcs potential, Shi listened with a faco that wore A look half fond, halt roYerantlal. To hor that earnest volco aj swcctl And, thongh hor Ioto had no cohf&sor, Her girlish heart lay at tho foot Ot that particular professor. , And ho had icarrrafl, among his books That hold the lore of atjei olden, To watrji those ever-changing looks, The wlattnl eye, and tresses golden, That stirred his pulse with pasjton'aJHIn And thtllled his ou tilih s...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald. — 9 January 1881

AND Weekly National Intelligencori 1. N. ntmiUTT, Editor nnrt Proprietor. WA8IUNOTON1 inlillimtiJANUAllV 0, ISSli "local mentionT The ndvnnccil physician of trxUy lt'llo" Inm-o In lhe ue of healthy stimulant to tmlld tip tno nifccblM comtltutlon of Mi pitlenti than In Iho uo if the nitiKont ilniRf formerly ncfl for the Mine pur irwe. The rtlebrMnl uwrof tin Tioclicster ilrculns ( uinpany, totnhich Mr. Adam Koch, KM retinijl vaiilanvemie, Is the sole agent In this rtly, li largely recommended liy innllcM praclltlonrr, and li found In cieryrno to l of immense tanem to those In dell- Mo liM'.th, niirt c'pecntty to nursing motlie rs. Osr. of the largest and best selected stocks of lioots, slioes, nroi slippers for tunes gentlemen, mists, nml children to tin found tn this city, embrac tnccoodi of the best mikcn In this country. Is that nt the establishment of Mr, N. lialton, 901 r.nn r-jlrnnlt nveni This stock has been bought with rare. It embraces nil the best and most comfortable style...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald. — 16 January 1881

THE CIVIL SERVICE. SKETCHES OK DEPARTMENT OF FICERS. VII. (.Gorge Nathan I.niiinlicie, t'tilof ortho Anpolntmont nitlnlon, Trent iiry ncnnrliiipnl. Tim well-known genlleman whoso name heads tills sketch was horn In New London county, Conn,, onthoSJdot August, 1815. lie wascdncitcd In the common schools, Ilia life, until 111 sixteenth year, waa spent on a farm, when lie entered lb offico of thollnrlff.nl 7W, published liy hit uncle, .Tmo M. ScoflelJ, Imt before completing liU trade thoro bolllon t.roko out, and lie, though not seventeen years of see, enlisted for the war, Joining the Sixteenth lleglment Connecticut Volunteers, lie remained In active service, without losing ono day's ilnty, until April SO, ISIll, when he was wounded at riymouth, N. 0., and taken prisoner. While In the hands of me enemy ms lert arm wa9 amputated .May :z, isoi. In November, 1804, After being confined for ill months In Italelgh, X. C, In hospital, T.lbby Prison, Salisbury, N. C, and Columbia, S. C, he wa...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald. — 16 January 1881

ani Weekly National Intolligenoer. Entered nt Hie Fotinmro nt Wnlilntt Ion T. C fin ScroiilrInKn Mnller. Editorial and Publication Offices, No. g35 D Street Northwest. I.N. lll'IlilITT.lMllnr nml l'roprlctnr. T. II. K.VI.Ul'UH. rnbllnlicr. WASHtNOTONlltlllltltMlt.lANUABY' Id. 1M1. TO COItnMPONDF.NTS. IttjMtcd eommnnlesvlont tannot bo returned. A an evidence of cowl filtli, all commnntfnHom, no mr kow brief, adreswl to the Editor of Tim Sokpat Hinxtp, mnrt bo accompanied T writer's name full and address. We were In error Inst week In calling J. W. Thompson a director In tlin flas Light Company. Wo congratulate tho company. SrFAKtsn of tho coming changes In the Senate, Mr. RnmsiieU, In his letter to the Philadelphia Timet, says : Whon 1 think of tho retirement of Wallace, Mc Donald, Tliiirnian, nml llnndolph t wonder what tho Democrat will do tor a loader. Wallace, since lie lias been In Iho Senate, has aavod Iho Democrat s from moro mlstnkc" than the world know. Ills levol head nndnd...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald. — 16 January 1881

TAILOR & Hlim, 933 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, HATE OPENED A Large' and Attractive Stock .w r Jl 5 LADIES' Undergarments i AH FOLLOWS I CHEMISES At BOc, BBc, 02c,7Bc,$l, $1.2B, $1,3H, $1.50, and upwards. DRAWERS At 4Bc, BOc, 70o., 7Bc, OOc, $1, $1.13, $1.2 B, and upwards. SKIRTS At GBc, 70c, 7Bci, $1, $1.28, $1.38, $1.03, $1.H8, $2.2B, and uptvards. Demi and Full-Train Skirts At $3, $3.7B, $4.88, and uptvards. NIGHT-DRESSES At 80c, $1, $1.13, $1.38, $1,B0, $1.03, $1.88, $2.13, and upwards. ALSO, DRESSING SICQUES, CORSET COVERS, BALMORAL SKIRTS. Aprons and PillowShams Alio a Complete stock u all (be Novel Ue lu LADIES' AND MISSES' FANCY AND PLAIN SOLID COLORED HOSIERY. Taylor & Hufty, ABE CONSTANTLY HECEIVIMO NEW GOODS. LOVE IS ENOUGH." Love Is tnrngh, Let us n6t leek tor (ruM. Wealth breeds falso alms and pride and selflshneis In those serene Arcadian days nt Mil Men gave mi thought In (ulnccly homes and Art's. The Rods n ho dwelt on fair Olyinpla'a lieljjlit Lived only tor der lov...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald. — 16 January 1881

SJw tuning gjMiMI AMD Weokly National Intolligoucen I, N.nitnniTT, rilKor nnil Proprlclor. WASlTI.NOTONiiuiiinii ii.lANUARY 10, 11)1. LOCAL MENTION. .Tunes IitMfnrrtAii'g great lace cnrlaln sale, commencing to-niorrnwinnrnlngi l.OOftlrlseo cur tain", at l. 00 per pair: 1,500 pair taro curtains, at 11.24 per inlri 1.050 pvlr lsco cuttslns, at l,r.oper pair, at tlio popnlsr carpet home, 3 Seventh street. Vrs Invito special attention to tlio fuiver tlemcnt In another column ot tho VIM of fsrethvtl to 1 servM up at the French tnasquo bvll, On that occasion of tho assembling of tho gayet and most fashionable of all sochl gatherings t enty of tho most pnpulir and artistic chefs and catercrsof this city have combined their tslents and experiences to offer tho rmis of tlio Union Fraternello a dinner whoso princely menu could not be cnmlle, I at ho most i sumptuous liinnuct, Messrs, almont, Ilarmond, 1 Welrlcr, and Marnier, respectively connected wnn Wclckcr's, Wormlcy's, and Crotchet's as c...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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