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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 July 1890

jttnliai Jlttfr JBJUl 2K&timl ntlligtiKx!. VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, JULY SO, 1S90 12 PAGES. no: is-. !l I I lh 1 I 1 I THE GAGED BUTTERFLY. YOUNG WHITE DROOPS AND OKOWS THIN IN CONMNEMENT A Batch of Rich anil Rnciy Lovo and Other totters The Erring Youth's Friends Hopeful of Getting Him Out of Ilia Dlfllcultics. Mr. B. Shepherd White, whoso present ad dress Is Cell No. 22, District jail, is not nearly as bright and debonnair a youth as ho was a few short days ago, when ho resided in style at tho Langhani, and sallied forth into society ar rayed In garments of faultless fit and costly ma tcrialscattcrlug smiles with boyish generosity on the maids and matrons who lined his prim rose path of dalliance. Sheppie's shapely figure is not as erect and elegant as was its wont in happier days. The contours of his handsomo faco no longer follow the soft lines of beauty, his once full cheeks aro slightly hollowed, and there isn't the dancing light in those dangerous eyes of his which f...

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 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 July 1890

ri-IE SUNDAY HER.A.L3D.SXJN3DA.V, JULY 20, 1S90. OOT OOCTTWT1 OS? The contract has been given out, and the builder will begin on the 5th of August to tear down the front of our Mammoth Establishment in this city. To avoid the dust and dirt from this improvement, we have determined to close out our entire stock AT AND BELOW COST ! . Read the OUR GAIN 1 Following: List of Clearing Sale Prices MXLLINEKY. Ladies' and Misses' Sailor Hnts or Yachts, sold everywhere for 25c.; clcarluir sale price, Oc. Ladies' and Misses' White Flats, sold everywhere for l?Oc; clearing: sale price, 15c. English Leghorn Hats, in all colors, sold formerly for 87c.; clearing sale price, 2oc 100 dozen Hats that sold formerly for 37c, 4Sc, 59c. G2c, 75c. and Sc; clearing salo price, 25c While Leghorn Flats, sold formerly for SI.: clearing Bale price. G9c. Trimmed Hats, sold formerly for 32.23, 2.50, S2.75, S3, and S3.50; clearlug sale price, S1.74. All Trimmed Hats at half their value. Our Celebrated La Belle Kl...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 July 1890

j ' i 'TWAS CLOSE AND EXCITING NEW HAVES BEATS WASHINGTON BY A SCORE OF 3 TO 1. Iilvoly Times Among tho Onrsmon on tlio RIvor The Dtito for tho A. A. U. Moot Changed lo October General Sporting: News. New Haven, Conn., July 10. Now Havens and Washingtons played n closo and exciting gnmo this afternoon, tho homo team winning by bunching: their hits in tho third and fourth in nings. Hill made a great catch of a) foul and Cahlll also made a catch of a foul. Score: Now Havens 0 01 10000 0 a "Washingtons 10000000 01 Bnso hits Now Havens, 8; Washingtons, 7. Errors New Havens, 2; Washingtons, 1. Earned runs Now Havens, 2; Washingtons, 1. Bat teries Horner and Cahlll. Phillips- and Riddle. Two-basohlts Wentz,3. Three base hit McKee. Stolen bascs-Cahlll. Lynch, Lang, IJaeder, Whistler, Jordan, 2; ltiddle. First-baso on balls Glcason, Phillips. Lynch. First-baso on errors -Now Havens, lj Wnshingtons, 1. Hitbv pitched ball Baeder. Wild pitch, Homef. Struck out Lynch, Baeder. Hill. Wentz, Bird,...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 July 1890

upo TyryMlf THP IVlBlFV " :54&sMfe -?m$mgM5 CONGRESS AND THE SERVICE. Senate. Air. Vorliccs reported a bill direct ing the Secretary of War to purchase the eques trian painting o't Gen. Winfield Scott now in the Corcoran Art Gallery. The nominations of Col. Alex. McD. Mc Cook, to be brig, gen.; of Col, Bcckuiau Du Barry, to bo com. gen. of subsistence, with the rank of brig, gen.; of Dr. Elihu R. Iloughtou, anil of Asst. Sure. G. M. Magrudcr, to be asst. and P. A. sums., respectively, in the marine hospital service, have been confirmed by the Senate. The bill (S. 3029) granting to the State of Washington a section of public land for a soldiers' home and for the militia of that State has been passed by the Senate. Mr. Evarts introduced a bill (S. 4232) to cor rect the military record of Lt. CorucllusMcLcnu. Mr. Teller introduced a bill (S. 4233) granting a pension to Jessie FrGraout, -widow of the late John C. FrCmont, brig. geu. on the retired list. Favorable reports have been s...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 July 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAYJULY SO, 1S90. 1 e i a If i l MIDSUMMER AMUSEMENTS. NEWS AND G03S11' ABOUT THEATRES AND ACTOKS. Tho ClosliiK Week of the Summer Opera at AIIiiiurU's A Benefit to Ittlss Ln mont Gossip of the Local Thcntros. No one could complain at tho manner in which the Lamont Opera Com jinny rendered "Patienco" nt Albnugh's Inst week. In no oporn yet given by tho company hnvo tho parts seemed Individu ally better adopted to tho members or tho cost than in this fanciful crcntton or Gilbert una Sul livan, and personal merits were combined with gracclul ndlnlty to produce a har monious whole. MIS3 Lamont in tho tltlo rOlo did her best work of tho sonson. Sho pre sented a chnrmlntr embodiment of tho guileless country lass, nnd rendorcd her rauslo with a freedom from studied effects which might bo utilized to good advantage in other of her parts. Miss Hnnley made a typlcnl Lady Ait0cla, and Miss Mabclla Bilker ns Ladu Jane added to tho high opinions achieved for her reliable w...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 July 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY.JULY 20, 1SQO. HE BITES LIKE A DOG. A NEGRO BOY WHO HASTEKKOIUZKD A QUIET NEIGIinOKIIOOD. Ho Attncko Hoys nnil Girls Viciously, ainng llng Their Cheeks and Anns With His Tcotli One of Ills Victims Fnlnts From thoFnln. That section of the city In tho region about Twelfth nnd S streets has been enjoying n sensa tion caused by the exploits of a desperato young negro, who seems to bo somo kin to "Jack the Hipper." This boy has been arrested three times, and is nbout thirteen years of age. Ho gives his name as Henry Shclton. His proclivities tiro literally more blood-thirsty even than wero those of his Whltechnpel prototype, it being his habit on every opportunity, with tho tastes of a vam pire, to Eeizo with his teeth tho arm or cheek of some one of his young companions and bito it viciously. Ho is not satisfied with biting once, but shows his fondness for this method of attack by following tip the first wherever ho can get his teeth fastened in the ilcoh of hi...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 July 1890

1 JVttir Jlltftftttg &itxn&l nklliKx: ESTABLISHED 1SOO. JULY 20, 1SQO. PAGES 9 TO 12 REAPPORTIONMENT TALK. WILL the republicans under take IT AT THIS SESSION? They May, nnil then They May Not How It Is Usually Done rowers of GongrcsB In the PromlscB Former Reapportion ments. Do the Republicans intend to pass a Re apportionment act at this session of Congress, based upon tho returns of the eleventh census ? Rumor says they do, but Rumor probably ex aggerates. It Is not impossible, however. All that Congress requires for the purpose is to know tho population of each State. The Con stitution provides for taking the census every ten years, and for reapportioning the House of Representatives according to each census. There seems to be nothing absolutely prohibi tory of a reapportionment this year, but it has not been customary to pass the reapportion ment act until tho second year after the census year. Tho last Reapportionment acts were passed in 1802, 183, and 18S2, and it is p...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 July 1890

11 THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, TULY 20. 1S90. THE BIG DRUNK DEAF'. .An Indian Sketch by ho T.ntcst KticllMi Idtornry Lion, Kmlynrrt Kipling. tRudyard Kipling is the oilil name of the latest literary sensationalist whom the KnRlisli public have taken up anil lionized. Kipling has been n soldier in ludla, and not much over a year ago landed in this country, whence he wrote his impressions to Indian nawspapers. In theso letters he made some scorching criti cisms on American life and manners. Kipling then went to London, and the flood of Indian talcs and sketches he has pouted out since going there has made him the lion of the hour. The book stalls groan beneath his volumes and his name is on everybody's lips. His style is "fetching," his sketches of Irish character arc capital, and his dialect well-nich perfect. The following story will give a good idea of the sort Of work he does : "We're coin' 'omc. we're Koln1 'onto Our ship is at the shore. An' you 111118' puck your 'aversack, For we...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 July 1890

lO Through its exceptional railroad facilities, A $35,000 Hotel Will Be Erected at Once. THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, TULY 20, 1SQO. & iVAMOE" Is placed within minimum haul o tho enor mous "Gossan Iron Ore of Carroll County anil the World Famous Llmonlto and Mountain Ores of the Cripple Creek Valley; and Is also within easy haul of tho celebrated Pocahontas anil Flat-Top Coal and Coko Fields. IMMENSE LIMESTONE QUARRIES Already being operated within the town. The No. 1 Furnace Of the New River Mineral Company is already In successful operation, while the IYANHQE IRON CO., Under the Presidency of Mr. Jordan L. Mott, of the Mott Haveu Iron Works, of New York, has been organized for tho purpose of erecting another furnace of large capacity. THE EXTENSIVE MINES Of the New River Mineral Company, adjoining the town, arc already giving employment to a large number of men. The "Ivanlioe Zinc Co.," With a Capital of $500,000, has purchased im mense deposits of valuable Zinc Ores, which, the...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 July 1890

12 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JULY SO, 1S90. 8 YOUR LIFE MISERABLE ? IF SO. WHY NOT BE HAPPY BY USING BALM IJitMl ' atSwQtSi ?S sNwdMEL' rnur The Finest Chemical Preparation in the World. Established in Washington, D. C., 1868. - 7 JlEi ' T. A. COOK. INFLAMMATIO X, DYSPEPSIA, IX DIGESTIOX, CATARRH, WEAK AXD SORE EYES, SORE THROAT, CHOLERA M ORB US, HEADACHE, CHOLERA INFANTUM, GOUT, SKIN DISEASES, CHRONIC DIATtRIICEA, T. A. COOK. ACIDITY OF STOMACH, CRAMPS, BILIOUS COLIC, BAD BOWELS. Statements by the District of Columbia Supreme Court Judges and Other Prominent Citizens of Washington, D. 0., and Elsewhere. From tbo uso and well sustained reputation of PROFESSOR T. A. COOK'S BALM OF LIFE, we deem It duo its worthy discoverer and the public to add our earnest commendation of its cfllcacy: D. K. CAIITTEH, Chief Justice. ARTHUR MacARTHUR, Associate Justice. A. B. 0L1N, Associate Justice. ANDREW WYLIE, Associate Justice. DAVID C. HUMPHREYS, Associate Justice. R. J. MEIGS, Clerk of the Co...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 July 1890

4 THE) SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, JULY 20, 1890. A N 11 illcchlij JlQtiono' Snklligcttccr. THF: NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED ISOO. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTACUatlEO BIA Bntorotl at tho Post Ofllco at WanhliiRtoni I. O.i an Socond-olnss Matter. j . n. aoviAt, I .. T. HENSISY, )' .I'roprlotora. A Editorial anil Publication Ofllcos, No. 400 Tenth Stroot Northwest. $30 REWARD. "THE SUNDAY UEItALD" is convinced Mint there is an organized Kane of paper thioves in this city, who follow its curriers around and Inlto tlio papers from tho door stops. "Wo will pay a reward of $30 for tho arrest and conviction of any ono of those thieves. $30 REWARD. SPECIAL NOTICE. Those of our patrons leaving; the jity for the summer months can have "Tho Herald" sent to their addresses by leaving their names at this oillce. Our patrons living on the line of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad can have "The Sunday Herald" sent direct hy leaving their order at the newstand, Baltimore and Ohio Depot. Subscribers will c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 July 1890

wwfJPwwwpfWBWWBrw-MySjc,-,)., I V Jitrfr WL'-hli &knwxl !ttiltgjm VOL.. XXV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, JULY 274 1890. 12 PAGES. NO. 19 Sh M fHUMU MANY OASES OF VIOLENCE. A NUMIJEK OP OUTKAGEOUS OASES OF , ASSAULT AND JtOBllEltY. .UlBHwnriuon lloldly Oporntlnc in Fro ticnt d Public l'lnaea Xintl't s Insulted! and Their Escort Uadly Cut on uStroot Cnr IVhorc are llio 1'ollcc? There seems to be an epidemic of crimes of violence at present in Washington 1 The num ber of them that has occurred within the last month in tho most frequented streets and parks, and at times when many people are about, is startling to say the least. It is not apparent why this should bo so at this time, but the facts remain and tho police and the courts should sec to it that the criminals are brought to justice and punished to tho full extent of the law. As daring and brutal highway robbery as any that has occurred in Washington in a long time took place on one of tho most frequented streets of the city shortly ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 July 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, JULY 27. 1890. KING'S PALACE, 8i2-8147th7St COMPUL CLEARING 2 SORY REBUILDING! The contract has been given out, and the builder will begin .t wth one of the Handsomest Fronts , th city. To avoid AT AND BELOW COST ! MILLINERY. .Ladies' and Misses1 Sailor Hats or Yachts, sold everywhere for 25c; clearing sale price, vc. Ladles' and Misses' White Flats, sold everywhere for 30c; clearing sale price, 13c knglish Leghorn Hats, In all colors, sold formerly forSTc; clearlngsale pnce,23c. 100 dozen Hats that sold formerly for 37c, 4Sc, u9c, 02c, 75c.. and S7c; clearing sale price, 2oc. White Leghorn Flats, sold formerly for SUP: clearing sale price. 69c Trimmed Hats, sold formerly for 32.25, $2.50, $2.75, $3, and S3.50; clearing sale price, 51.(4. All Trimmed Hats at half their value. UMBRELLAS and PARASOLS. fiXiS&&WSffig SPL1T or FADE for one year- Gloria Silk Umbrellas, 20 inches, mourning handles, at $1.24. A very line Silk Umbrella, assorted silver and ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 July 1890

t It Jl illHBHyiNi 1 1 li rV x v 5:- " a . iff w H ....... ""Willi.... irtT'i 'i!'1". ...I..IIIM nr"'- ,,j '".."lllllllll ;s" jrYjmz2mm j& m,2L m m -.. ri . i jiiM imKiAVAuarxndM&AiimM as x .!c-:s?lKSSSi 'jpfjiurrAsKYA. 'a -l.' Kvr?&iirszrsr&L---e .a.at jurer-ji -s a wmmwu im kMiraw imwm,- mWMm, v J mam iwlMmmfM iWfWBBSsmsz t vtm viit in iHmtawm iiiiri.r.u w.'i ? it r.i.'sut.vis --v- vr- -.uiiij jkt-7 mm- Tws mmmmnEMKmTJWmWmMMnin - -- -u "III IIIIIWI ji ii i iWiijUHl llli ll'W TnawtTTfti1! iPli ""W" " " ' i Tho week in town bns boon entirely unevent ful in a society sense. Fllttlmrs to mountain, sea-side, ami quiet country homes aro the oc currences that the society chronicler now has to record, instead of receptions, teas, and dinners. It is the vacation season tho country over, and probably no people in tho world so greatly need a period of rest as Americans. Tho White House- family is still at Cape May Point, but will not remain there longer than tho middle of Aug...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 July 1890

-4 THSUNDA'X'BRALD. SUNDAY, JULY 27. 1S9Q. r i iUccltlij ilniioun1 Sntrllirjcnccr. Thp national Intelligencer ESTAUUSHtD 18M. THE SUNDAY HERAU5 EMA0USHC9 IMS. entered at the Foat Office nt Washington, D. C. n Socoml-clnnn Mattor, J. n.SUUX.K; ! Proprietor,,. A. T. HENSEY, Ritltorln) and Publication Otllccs, No. 400 Tenth Street North-went. SPECIAL NOTICE. Tliosc of our patrons leaving the city for the summer months enn hnve "The Homlil" sent to their addresses by leaving their names nt this office. NOTICE TO SUBSCItlDEPS. Subscription (in advance) per year $s.B0 Remittance should he. made by joful nofc, money order, or cheeks on Xeu York or Washing ton, mien checks on banks in other cities arc tent the cost of collection will be deducted. The Editor of The Sunday Herald cannot undertake to preserve or return rejected communi cations. Persons who desire to possess their com munications, if unused, should retain a coj. Now that It Is known that there Is a rigid censorship of telegraph...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 July 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, TXJLY 27, 1SQO. THE WORST OF ALL. THi: WASHINGTON'S DKPKATKD IX IIAt.TIMOKKHV A SCOKK OV 11 TO 0. Tim Great, Revival of Interest in Itowlnt; Among tlio Columbia Hoys Poor Show for a Potomac Regatta A Kootlmll LeilgllO. Bat.timoiu:. Md , July 20, linker's superb pltchitiir. together with tliu Holding of the homo nine, won the gumo lor Hultltnoru to-day. Tho AVushlngtous were unable to lilt him, while Bal timore's lilts wero plentiful. McGtilcken made his llrst nppenrnnco hero with tho liorao nine, und did fulrty well. Baltimore excelled In bnso running. Attendunce, 1,000. Score: Ilnltlmorcs 0 0 2 u 1 0 0 1 1 11 AVashlugtons 0 0000000 0-0 Dnso hits llnltimores, 14; Washingtons. 1. Errors Baltimorcs, 1; Washingtons, 1. Earned runs Baltimorcs, 2; Washingtons, 0. Batteries-Baker nnd Tate; Bird find Kiddle: DnnlclBimdUlrd. Two-bnso lilfr-llnlter. Three base hit Tnte. Double play Ilird and Whist ler. Stolen bases Long, 2; Sommcrs, 3; Mack, Wcrrlck( liny. Struck o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 July 1890

1".-? JSr'JV , STrl? T ; ' KBU(L s - fi. SP i " "v.. CONGRESS AND THE SE1WIOE. Suxatk. Thu Senate has confirmed the nom inations of the following: A. L. Benedict, of N. Y., to bo nsst. sun:, in tbo marine hospital service; Lt. Col. M.'K. Morgan, to bensst.com. gen. of sub.: Mnj. T. C. Sullivan, to be asst. com. gen. of sub.; Capt. W. 11. Nash, to be com. of sub.; Lt. R. V. Brown, R. Q. M. 4th Inf., to bo capt.; Mnj. W. L. Kelloc, to be lt. col. 5th Inf.; Lt. Col. M. A.Cochrau,tobc col. 5th Inf.; Capt. E. M. Coates, to bo maj. 10th Inf. Mr. Hurub introiluced a bill (S. 4270) for tho relief of Maj. J. M. Laing. Also, a joint reso lution (II. Res. 198) to permit Capt. G. W. Davis, U. S. A., to accept a position in tho Nicaragua Canal Construction Company. House. The bill (II. R. S370) for the relief of Maj. J. M. Laiug was reported favorably from Com. on Mil. Affairs. Mr. Cutcheon reported favorably a joint res olution (F. Res. 197) to permit Lt. Col. H. C. Corbin, U. S. A., to accepts...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 July 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JULY 27, 1890. NO MORE SUMMER OPERA. CLOSE OF THE tiAMONT COMPANY'S SEASON AT AlillAUOH'S. A KouhIiir Honollt to bo Glvon tlto 1'rlinn Dannn To-morrow Nlglit llrlof Mln Btrcl Engagement) thn Only Airnmc monts Intervening Ucforo tho Kcgulur Season OpciiH nt tho Jtlg Houses. Mnking allowances for the Inequalities r tlio llrst nlttht's performance, the fnrcwellnppear ancc of the Lamont Opera Company lit Al baugh's last week in "The Pirates of 1'cnzunco" was a credltablo wind-up of a most successful nnd popular season. While "The I'lnitcs of Penzance" comprises much of the choicest nnd most distinctive music of any of Sullivan's work there is a lack of that lively action in tho libretto which assists so materially in maintaining the hold of a comic opera upon tho public. Tho comedy Is quiet, depending almost entirely upon tho dialoKue to tho exclusion of the acting, nnd for this reason tho coracdions are moro or less restrained in tho exhibition of originaliti...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 July 1890

s THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY.JULY 27, 18QO. IffTlTfl, fll? "PIT if 111 II llf 111 AJLIj With a giant stroke we have laid low the choicest suits of our stock. Blotted profit from our sight and turned a deaf ear to the pleadings of cost. On the thinnest threads dangle the choicest effects. TonVCorrovv IMorniiig, July SS, The sun dawns on the greatest commercial massacre this city has ever witnessed. EVERY SACK and CUTAWAY CASSIMERE SUIT EVERY FANCY CHEVIOT SUIT HUNDREDS OF PLAIN BLACK and BLUE CHEVIOT SUITS those PERFECT FORM-FITTING, TAILOR-MADE GARMENTS that have vaulted our reputation to a pinnacle never before attained in ready-made clothing are levelled at a single blow to 4" They are our regular $25, $24, $23, $22, $20, and $iS creations. The BEST clothes we know how to make. The CHOICEST styles we know how to design. Fabrics from the American looms and the foreign ones, too. THE POLICE SCANDAL. Ex-Lieut. Arnold Making Things Inter esting for Ills Kneniies. The trial o Lieut. Guy...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 27 July 1890

p X j&uix Wxxkligi xtitfiW$tl nilliKtteK ESTABLISHED 1SOO. JULY 27, 1S90. PAGES 9 TO 12 STRAY PICKANINNIES. A STATUTORY HASH. TUK GOOD WORK IJONK AT THK COL ORED CHILDREN'S HOJIK, TIIK HKWILDEUINO CONFUSION OF THE DISTRICT LAWS. llow ISO I.ittlo "Waifs Aro Trnlnctl and Educated Somo Intorcstlnjr totters Re ceived From Children Who IIuvo Ob tained IMnces Outside. Out on Eighth street extended the Colored Women's and Children's Home, an Institution which does nn admirable work, will bo found. At present it occupies a fluo brick structurc,wlth two wings and all the modern Improvements at tached. It was not alwaysso finely housed. In 1S03 necessity brought it Into exlstenco as a shelter for old auntlo's "refugeelug'," who grew sick or tired out by the wayside, and for little children who were fatherless or mother less. It was then located over In Georgetown, aud sustained by voluntary contributors, but Uncle Sam soon camo to the rescue, and under Gcti. Howard's rogimo land was bough...

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