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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 September 1890

i'iUUi HiE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1S90. 19 IP oral M?& uZjEEmI JntRV3d OIF ii.j.wrwj.'i.r.vn-.. i u.uj tf. i.M',y..;j'i,.,nm, ..j-rrra Fiimffllf"7'ifiilftlrtM"iP1UJ'-TI snxa tmim a ON WEDNES me! Latest x arisian Hats asidf Bonnets and alS the Movefiles in the Millinery Line. DAY AND THURSDAY, OCT. 1 AND 2. jkjiL, jk-JEtm ooi2Xi.ajl,:l,y invited. Our Great Fall Opening will be far beyond anything of the kind eyer seen before, having spared neither money nor expense to place before our patrons an unparalleled feast of exclusive fashions and styles for KING'S PALACE only. Our goods have been purchased for cash only. Desiring to give our customers the full benefit of the reduction in value, our prices will be em phatically the lowest. The array of trimmed Hats and Bonnets, exclusively designed for us by the foremost Parisian Artists, also Feathers, Birds, Untrimmed Hats, and many other materials and novelties, will leave nothing to be desired. A visit to our Dry Goods ...

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 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 September 1890

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Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 September 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2S, 1890. J. A, iUrrlili) ilniionn1 SnlcHigcnm. thf NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER tSTADUSHtO 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD fcutored tt he logt Olllco nt Washington, 1). 0.. a ocoud-cla flutter. II. SOUIiK, T. HKNSKY, . Proprietors. Editorial mid Publication Oillces, No. 400 Tenth Street Northwest. Our patrons living on the lino ol" the Baltimore and Ohio Ilailroatl can have "The Sunday Herald" sent ilircct by leaving their order at the newstnnd, Baltimore nnd Ohio Depot. $30 BEAVABD. "THE SUNDAY UKUALB" is convinced that there is an organized gang of paper thioves In this city, who follow its carriers around and talco the papers from the door Btcps. AVo will pay a reward of $30 for tho arrest and conviction of any one of these thieves. $30 BEAVABD. Subscribers will confer a favor by notif y Ing this olllco when they fall to receive their paper, in ordor that tho matter may bo properly investigated. For the Boys and Girls. The Herald to-day begins a contest wh...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 September 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1S9G. TALK OF TUB ATHLETICS. IT IS MOSTLY A1JOUT THE OCTOllKlt OIIVaiPIONSHU' ittKETING. Tho OdloorH for tho Occasion Announced I,ttstNl;ht Men "Who Will Uo Kntorcrt ly tho nig Now York Clubs Lust Week's Games Foot-bull In tho 0. A . Ci Notes. This great championship meeting of tho Am 0 atcur Athletic Union hero next month will be the greatest meeting cvur hold, says tho New York Huh, an authority on athletics. From rc- ports from every section of tho country it is certain It will be. Tho Now York contingent, represented mainly by the Manhattan and New York Athletic clubs, lmvo tho 6amo old fight on hand. Tho rivalry cxislting between them for tho honor of securing tho Bailoy, Banks, & Biddlo plaque is becoming hotter every day. Neither club is sparing effort, time, or ex pense in securing athletes anil trainers to coach them. Tho only object now is to secure somo ono who can make- points for them. This plaque may have objectionable featu...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 September 1890

6 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. S B IP T EMBER 28, 1S90. BAB IN TOWN AGAIN. NEW YOKK'S 1AKKS AX1) THUATRKS ONCi: aiOUK I.IVKI1Y. People Coming HncR; to Town Tho Van. ilcrhllts nml llclinonts Are DrlvIiiR In tho 1'nrlt Now York "Women Who Aro Copying tho l'arlslnn DcmlOIomlo Dropping Summer Frlcnils. Special Corresnondenco of Sunday Hkhai.u.1 New York, Sept. 20. I nm just back to town, anil I felt as if 1 would like to do as did the aucieut Romans i. . kneel down and kiss the dust of the city. Newport may have Its glory, Xarragansett may be full of jo, Long Branch may be overflowing with shekels, Cape May may have been honored by the presence of the Presidential party, tho mountains tuny be full of glory and bears, but first, last, and fotcver, give me New York. 1 want a place where people seem to have some thing to do; I want a place where tho men don't have to get up at 5 o'clock in tho morning and spend four hours a day on tho train to make the vrhere-with-all to let their wives flir...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 September 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1SQO. Office of D. J. GOLDENBERG. 037 -A.IS"!0 030 J? SI'DaEEX N. -W- rpfL,., iLL.lji? Hassan esslbb beksi mxSssmmiK ssangsft i Ml mmm mm Jfe 1VI I SSES' AND CHILDREN'S COAT fkpft filii In calling your attention to our line of Misses' and Children's Coats it would be folly for us to tell you of their superiority if it were not really the fact. Should you, after reading such a notice, call at our store and be disappointed, it would work us more harm than good, and you would hereafter put down our an nouncements as false. We don't mean that this should be. You will positively find our assortment complete in every detail, and prices far below the usual figures. More we cannot say. Prices do not signify anything unless qualities are considered. See our styles. See our qualities. Then .note prices. m. ill v wwA JllL Iff feflll Mmmmmm mmmWwwM' mKk JbSL MM iwliliM mmmwfflm MMSsBwrnm smmwssmr Hit LADIES' COATS AND WRAPS. Not a day passes but there ar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 September 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY.,SEPTEMBER 28, 1S90. IB 1 1 U H M Would be an injustice to the shirt, at laest the shirt we refer to. To buy a shirt for 38 cts. seems ridiculous, doesn't it? But it can be done, and it is a first-class shirt, too, reinforced back and front, patent stays, linnen bosom, and perfect fitting, of course it isn't laundried. This is a "snap" for bargain hunters. To prove this aston ishing fact call on LUtD Mmn i fiHKH Ibtf?' 0 9 STREET HATTERS AN SOLE AG-ENTS FOR THE EUREKA REVOLVING SOARP. SPECIAL OFFER 33Y lei Yorl One-Price IN ORDER TO INTRODUCE OUR CELEBRATED MAKE OF MEN'S, BOY'S, AND CHILDREN'S C- I. .i Cl Am xX J3j ir TO THE WASHINGTON PUBLIC, We Will Give You the Opportunity of Buying Your Fall Clothing at ACTUAL WHOLESALE PRICE. THIS OFFER HOLDS GOOD FOft ONE WEEK. The Following Lots are Ready for Your Examination: LOT 1, Men's Suits in Sacks and Cutaways, Neat and Dressy, at $0,50. Other dealers ask 10. LOTS. Men's All-Wool Sutt6, Sacks and Cutaways, for...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 September 1890

Jlttfr 3ffitkt:g H&tixm&i nillj$KtKx! ESTABLISHED 1SOO. SEPTEMBER 28, ISQO. PAGES 9 TO 16 A SPIRITED CONTEST. HAS DANCED FOR 506YEAR& HOW AMBMOAK WINES HAVE FOUGHT THEIR WAY TO FAVOK. TH13 INTERESTING REMINISCENCES OF A VETERAN DANCING MASTER. ff7-rmW' jisLj i i- Tir. si They Now nohl Tholr Own With the Iin ported Artlclon Points In Which the Latter Hnvo the Advantage SoinethhiB About the Trmlo In Washington. Mr. E. J. McQuade, ono of tlio members of the To-Knlon wine agency here, in speaking of the remarkable growth of the American wine in dustry in the past few years and the rapid way in which the domestic wines nro displacing the imported in popular use, 6aid: "In 1870 there was little or no demand for do mestic wines. The business dragged, and a great many growers wcro forced to nbandon their vineyards for a mora lucrative Investment. Domestic wines then were sold at ten and fifteen cents a gallon and wcro made into vinegar. The savings banks refused to loan money on...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 September 1890

BOli-xiililio KTn-. riLjf i Wn:'M?t : i v r r w gfflAmsafc s & -saiujrn r rm v ji, iu . y ,viK:v. r.seaar27r .-Rarii JiiJii I w W .3?jm rwyjS'A fjmmaam r: u, r . igsS Milfe,- - u w,,,a- J i"! &:-,AiiJvyvi HifHipMu iihiiiiwz.x. ' ,zj&?'zkj-:'iijammi, KMjrxivrn k mmom altera wtcirs- iiwmsssi: c-j"".. CONGRESS AXl TH13 S13UVIG13 Sksatk. The bill (11. H. S211) urnntiiic; a pension of $o0 per month to Mrs. Tlubeccti E. Simou, widow of U. I. Simon, late stirs;, in tbc Navv, was passed. Th'c bill (II. H. 11C02) Granting a pension of $100 per month to II. A. 13arnmn, lntc brig. gen. and brevet innj. pen. of vols., was passed. The House amendments to the bill (S. tm2) Increasing tho amount of pension to bo received by Margaret E. Pierce from $40 to $75 was passed. The following executive nominations have been received by tho Senate: 2dLt. J. B. Aleshire, 1st Caw, to be 1st It., vice Miller, ap pointed asst. Q. M.; 1st Lt. S. E. Clark, 2d Inf., to be dipt., vice Egbert, deceased; ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 September 1890

THE SUNJDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1S90. 11 1 I W1I.T.TAM II. UAHNES, IVbturtf Public. TEX-iEDPI-IOISrE 713-3. BARNES $c WEAVER Real Estate Brokers, 629 F Street N. W. WASHINGTON, D. C. LOANS NEGOTIATED, AGENTS FOR INSURANCE THE GLOBE PKINTING OFFICE. (EstabllHhnd 1848. J GE011GE it. GllAY, Proprietor. BRIEFS, RECORDS, and SPEECHES Printed Promptly and Accurately. Lcttor-Hcads, Bill-Heads, and Envelopes. Legal Blanks, Circulars, Dull and Excursion Souvenirs. EMBOSSED CARDS, For Members of any Lodge or Society. POSTERS, DODGERS, and HANGERS inyl2-ly6 INSURE IN THE American Accident Indemnity Association of Now York. 5,000 Insurance for 812 per Year. Homo Ollice, 517, 518, nnd 510 Temple Court, Now York. H. B. BOLTON, District Agent, jo5-tf5 ltoom 20, Atlantic Building. jr. it-. iwck.N"isriiro-9 Fourteenth and H Sts. N. W., MONUMUKTS, VAULTS, AND COPING, INTERIOR MARBLE WOKIC, WAINSCOTING AND T1LINO. 808-lvO DISINFECTION TO BE EFFECTIVE MUST BE CONTINUOUS. But one Device, Namel...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 September 1890

12 THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1S90. For. The Su.xn.VY Herald. "WHAT MAKES THE SHADOWS? ByC.A. S.-J.K. M. "Shadow ! Shadow ? Whatmakcstho slmdow ? Do you not know Hint beyond tho hadow there must bo In? lit?" From Sermon hu i.'cr. Dr. Mac Arthur, August 17, lS'JO, Calvary Uaptttt Church. You nsk what makes the shadows when the sun Is sinking dowu, Why the darkness on tho Eastern side ol" this old Potoninc town; Why creep the lengthening shndows o'er the tlolds so fnr and wide: Tls because tho sun Is shlnlnc bright upon tho Western side. You nsk when life hns shadows which hide us from the light, When wo grope about lti darkness of thcblnekest kind of night. Why our hearts rcfrnln Trom sinking with a strango uncertain woe: Tis because the 6iin Is shining on tho other side wo know. So our troubles and our sorrows, like shadows on the wall, Seem to east n strnuge rellectlou as upon our lives they fall; We should lose our every hope, and perish with despair. If just behind ...

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 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 September 1890

THE; SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2S. 1S90. 13 ON AND OFF THE STAGE. WHAT IS GOING OX AMONG TIIKATKI OAI. I'KOlTiK. 'Tho Son King" and tho Iiitormitlonuls Strong Dills at All tho Houses for tho doming Woolc T.obby GobbIp mill Gen eral Stago Notes. Those who aro fond of extremely light opera as well ns those who like opera of n moro dra matic order can And something of both In llloh nrd Stnhl's "Sea Klnir," which held tho boards at Alhaugh's Grand Opera Houso last week. As In other things many profcr their opora straight, and thcrcforo criticize Mr. Stnhl's mixture as tho work of a novice. "The Sea King" is a preponderance of frivolity cut in half horizontally by a decided vein of heavy romantic music and dialogue, which of course runs through to tho end. Whatever may be said acrninst tho combination which the com poser has wrought in his latest effort there is no question about thu beauty of his music. Al though at two or three points in tho opera it Is most suggestively reminis...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 September 1890

14 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 18QO. ftYft? tfttRsocin From Now York "Worlil, July 10, 1S00 JMUL. A- iS PANTS ypsErttss $3.00 gg P.TTtVS TO $8725 m Tlio production ot clothing for men ap pears at present In this country to bo divided Into tliroo distinct trades tlio ready-made tho regular merchant tailor anil what Is known In tho trndo as tho "Plymouth Kock" Idea, so named from Its originators, tho famous riymouth Rock Pants Company of Boston that Is tho cutting of clothes to each Individual's measures hut mado In such quantities as to rcduco tho prlco to ready mado basis. This Is tho latest and perhaps most popular plan, opening as it docs to tho masses tho luxury of clothing cut to order at rcady-mado prices. liiie tho rcstilt 'of Trf till fo ,with InthUXN TO ppORDER 3lo.Z0 TO $35.00 DBDRISTOX-I STORE OF Plymouth ' Rock Pants Co, t)43 Pennsylvania Avenue, "Washington, I. C BUY IOUE TRUNKS AND HAHNESS AT J3L HX" 'Ml 3S S S T ? S, Buggy or Road Harness. Carriage or Coup...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 September 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTE3VI13ER 28. 1890. 15 A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE IRNITU 15 I'll CENT. RKMJCTM ON ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE Summer Bargains SINGLETON'S, 115 SEVENTH ST. N."W. Now is the time to buy Furnlturo and savo 15 per cent., find not wait until fall. My entire stock of Parlor, Dlning-rooni.and Chamber Fur niture, Portieres, Laces, and Upholstery Goods of all kinds at the above reduction. My splen did assortment of Carpets and Rubs will bo sold at Actual Cost, for Cash Only. Will cut and make to order Loose Furmturo Covers and guar antee a perfect fit. Tho celebrated Dry Air Alaska, which is conceded to bo the champion refrigerator on the market, is offered at re duced prices. Also a full line of desirable Water Coolers, which must be closed out at cut rates, as the season is advancing and my stock is too large. A splendid assortment of Baby Carriages to select from, almost at your own price, as I do not wish to carry these useful articles over. Consequently co...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 28 September 1890

16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1S90. OFFICE OF E. A. STIEBEL, azar 715 MAEKET SPACE N. W. FALL AND WINTE MONDAY AND TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 AND 30. London s TR MMED AND UNT N I i I HE III b Rv a E n Bear f H U H T M BT"rair r38 ri IlQ h I ffi nr" tf M HI m H H H HI HI HH HI Ml HI mi A &t Hk HI rfl I I r KM fill 8 K I HI H L It II 1 1 n I U LADIES', CHILDREN'S, AND INFANTS' CLOAK S. We have made "LADIES' WEAR" exclusively a life study, and are therefore giving same our whole attention. OURS is strictly a "LADIES' WEAR'" ESTABLISHMENT, where everything can be found to suit the taste of the most fastidious. We have made for this, our GRAND SIXTH FALL AND WINTER OPENING, every effort to outshine our former displays and styles. We have secured all the novelties in the LADIES' CLOAK LINE, and are showing a great many exclusive designs, styles, and combinations. ALL. GARMENTS FITTED TO THE BODY, and can therefore guarantee perfect in that respect. In our CHILDREN'S CLOAK DEP...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 October 1890

WASHINGTON.SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5,1890.-16 PAGES. NO.29 VOL. XXV. -i THE IMPORTERS CHEERED. INTENSE EXCITEMENT AT THE NEW VOKK CUSTOM-HOUSE. A .ToBtliiiR, Yolllnc Army of MorclinntH and lirolcers Pleading for Mora Time for Entry of Imparted GooiIh Deroro tho MctClnloy Hill Hecamo Operative. New Yoiik, Oct. 4. Tho most intenso excite ment has prevailed In and about the custom-bouse- all Gay. Whole troops of. importers ami brokers kept coming and going. As 3 o'clock approached tho numbers Increased until Anally tho rotunda of tho custom-house was filled with a solid mass o humanity, which perspired, jostled, pushed, and yelled. All carried largo 6unis of. money. They were on hand to enter go.ods that were expected to arrive late this afternoon. They wished to get their entries iu under tho old law, and stood ready to mako their entries tho moment tho vessels wore sighted at Fire Island. By tho decision of yesterday the custom house wqb to have closed on the stroke of 3 o'clock this afterno...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 October 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 5. 1S90. "BAB" ON MARRIAGE. A NEW YORK llACHKLOlt GKTS A IilT TLK TiKCTl'UK, Ami '1Jii1" Repents It. for the lJoiiefU of Other llncholors Rlarrlngo Is Not on the Decline Moulded to tho Form Di vine The Amcrlcnn Girl's Figure. tSpocinl Corrcsponilence or Sunday Hkhai.u. Nkw Yoiik, Oct. ;?. On tho stnge, in the newspapers, by tho nov elists, and among the people who discuss things, to-day the marriage question is again to the fore. Why men don't marry and why women don't marry is talked over and talked over until it would seem as if the subject were worn threadbare, but it is always taken up again at the next meeting. I heard a man say the other night, a man who had been educated in the most conservative manner, and who had seen much of life, "What 1 want is a companion who will be affectionate. 1 do not look for an ideal love, I do not expect to llud an angel, but 1 would like to meet n companion and a comrade; one who, when I wanted to bo silent, d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 October 1890

ly..ffT'VU'miiw THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. OCTOBER 5. 18QO.. 3 AMUSEMENTS IN PLENTY. A GIIKAT VAItlKTY OF r.NTKKTAIN MKNTS TO CUOOSi: VKOM. Good Itllls at tho TlioutroB mid "The InBt liny of l'oinpcll" nt Atlnntlo I'nrlc Jtibllco Singers Coining Gossip of tho AVeolc anil Kotos About Slngo People. It is seldom tbo opportunity is offered to wit ness a pcrformnnco so renlly refreshing ns that given by Mr. Sol Smith llussell in "A Poor Re lation" at Albaugh's Grand Opera House last week. Fico from tho bombastic style which might bo indulged in by a less capable actor, ho gives to tho part of Noah Vale a quaint indi viduality that strikes a sympathetic chord in tho hearts of his auditors and holds their most earnest attention. It is not what ho has to do so much ns tho way he docs it that makes tho rOlo of such peculiar interest. His every word and movement show the artist whoso personal ity is most thoroughly lost in his characteriza tion. Noah Vale is preeminently tho creation of tho a...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 October 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, OCTOBER o. 18HO. ANll iUt-ihli) ilniionn1 Onlflligfurcr. TH NATIONAL (NTEtLIGENCen THE SUNDAY HERAta Sntorort At tho Post Oltlco at WrvulilnRton, D. O.. no Sccond-chm flutter. J. II. SOUL1), A. T. IIKNSKY, . . .l'ropriotorn. Ertltorln) anil Publication OMcen, No. J 09 Tenth Street Northwest. Out patrons living on (lie line or tho Baltimore ami Ohio Kailroail can have "Tin Sunday Hernlil" sent direct by leaving tlicir order at the nevrstnml, Baltimore and Ohio Depot. "THE SUNDAY HKltAIiD" Is convinced thut there is an organized Kline of paper thieves in this city, who follow It carriers nronnd and taho the papers from tho door steps. "We will pay a reward of $30 Tor tho nrrest and conviction of any ono of these thieves. $30 REWAltl). Klllianrlfiftr rll1 nnllfor 11 rnvni li- nntlTi'. Ing this olllcowhon they fail to recolvothelr pnpor, in order thnt tho matter may bo properly investigated. The session of Congress which closed on "Wednesday last will probably...

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

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1S9G. 5 BABY FREE IS IN IT. t TOWN TALK. UK UICCI3IVI2D THE IMftST VOTE IN "Til 13 ItllKAI.D'S" CONTEST. TTUi) Novel Scheme to Ascertain tho Most Popular Itoy or Olrl i AViihIiIiirIoii Arousis Gonoriil Interest The Fifteen Loading Ciuirililiitpt More Prizes The announcement In Inst Sunday's IIeiiatiD of tho pleasant contest to obtain fiom our readers an answer 'to tliu question, "Who Is the most popular glil or boy in Washington?" aroused widespread interest. Every one was talking1 about It through tho week, nnd it was generally agreed that Tun llniuj.n's proposed gift to the young person gaining most suiTrngcs wasieally magnificent in its generosity. Theic was an immediate response to Tim UmiALii's request to its readers, showing that the interest aroused was moro than of a passing nature, nnd thnt the contest, if it can bo called by that name, was going to bo a popular one. The first mail on Monday morning brought in n number of envelopes cont...

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