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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 October 1890

1-4 THE SUNDAY HB;R-AJL,I. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19. 1890. THE DEADLY PARALLEL COLUMN. OUR $35 SUIT CUT TO ORDER. Very Best Trimmings. Fine Foreign Goods. First-class Cutting Talent. Large Selection Styles. What's the difference ? In your HAVE YOU VISITED OUR STOKE ? 043 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, I. C. Which is one of 30 Plymouth Rock HEADQUARTEES FOR 1 carry the largest assort ment of American Watches, .Diamonds, and 14-Cnrat Gold Chains in this city, and will sell yon on credit at cash prices. Call and ex amine my special line of American Watches. J. L- S-AJLiTZSTElIS", JR., JEWELER, 505 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST. ' a- BUY YOUE TKUNKS TC TT TEH" UhTS """ "" " Buggy or Road Harness. $25 reduced to $18 $30 reduced to $20 $35 reduced to $25 $40 reduced to $30 Special Attention Given to the Eepairing of Trunks and Harness. KNEESSrS, 425 7th St., next to Odd Fellows' Hall. IcELROY'S 1003 PENNA. AYENUE. ETCHINGS, ENGRAVINGS, WATER COLORS, PHOTO GRAPHS, and PHOTOGRAVURES. ART TC3"7rESXjB...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 October 1890

1 TF THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, OCTOBER19, 1S90. 15 -v cicormsN- iCORl KENISON & SONS, Chiropodists and Manicures, 418 Twelfth St. N. W., "Washington, D. 0., Boston, Now Bedford. Providence, Nowport, Now York, Chicago. St. Louis. ool3-ly ALTERING AND REPAIRING- N13ATLY DONE. Gouts' Suits Scoured ami Tressed, SI. COATS, 50c. PANTS, 25c. VESTS, 25c. X. .A.. Beeves, 814 K street Northwest (Undor tho Frederick.) soio-lyo Gcuts' Suits Scoured mid Tressed, $1. lv. I. JUCAJULN, 705 Ninth street northwest, 425 North Eutaw St., Baltlmoro. COATS, 50c. PANTS. 25o. . VESTS, 25c. ALTERING AND REPAIRING DONE IN THE nEST MANNEU. , Goods called for and delivered. Tclophono Call, 1132, Washington. ocia-ly DR. J. R. BERRY, D. D. S., ASSISTANT DEMONSTRATOR OP THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, HAS TAKEN PARLORS AT 1010 FIFTEENTH STREET NORTHWEST, And solicits patronage. Gas, Nitrous Oxtdo, and all Anrcsthetics administered. ool2.0mO THOMAS WHOLESALE DEALER IN HAY AN STRAW 1113, 1115 O STREET Northwest, my...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 19 October 1890

16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1890. in on the Ground Floor, tarCt TOWN LOT LOTS I $25 $50 $100 S250 $500 TOWN LOTS ARE NOW SELLING at $25, $50, and $100 in the new and beautiful town, PASADENA, sit uated right on tho lino of of the Baltimore and Annapolis Short-Lino Railroad, in the prettiest, healthiest, and most productive part of Maryland, within alout 15 ?iii'iics of Baltimore from Camden Station. THIS IS THE BEST and cheapest opportunity for profitable Investment ever offered in the State of Maryland. PASADENA is only a few minutes' walk from the EXCURSION GROUNDS, about 10 minutes' ride from Bathing Grounds and IKON SPRINGS, while the SULPHUR DEPOSITS and GLASS-SAND BANKS can be reached in the same time. GROVELAND HEIGHTS, on Lookout Mountain, are within 15 minutes' ride of Pasadena. PASADENA itself Is directly on the line of tho Annapolis Short-Line Railroad, thus being accessible, through Round Bay, both by land and water, (the latter being deep enough in either ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 October 1890

J4fr Wiklig Wr&ti&n&l utllix$nKx! VOL. IKXV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1S90. 16 PAGES. NO. 32 BLAINE BOOSTS M'KINLEY. TnUI'IlEHIKUTALKS PKEELV ADOUT KEGIPKOC1TY AND PKOTKOTION. llo Condemns tho Courno of tho Frco-Trnd-ors, and Predict Wo Will Multo Very Favorable Arrangement to Trado With .South America. Canton, Ohio, Oct. 25. Secretary o State Blaine arrived boro from Pittsburg at uoou to daj Ho was rant at Alliance bj' a reception committee from Canton and escorted to this city over tbo Pennsylvania Railroad. A crowd of 3,000 people greeted Mr. Blaine as bo allgbtcd from tbe train, and followed bis car riage, cheering all tho way to tbe homo of Maj. McKinloy, whoso guest ho was during his stay here. Mr. Ulalno was accompanied by Mrs. Blaiuo and her daughter, Miss Harriett Blaine, and Hon. William "Walter Phelps, Minister to Germany. Upon their arrival at tho rcsldonco of Maj. MeKinloy an informal reception was held. Early trains in the forenoon bad brought largo ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 October 1890

rHE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1S90. A SHORT TALK ON LOVE. WITH DIGIIKSSIONS ON SOME ALLIED TOPICS. A Man Asks, "Wlint la love ?" anil "llnb" Tolls Him "What Love MontM to n Woman- Tho Iloformctl Untlorclothcs Question Suspenders Dlnmonil-Clnspcd Tho Latest Smart Luncheon. tSpccial Correspondence of Sunday Heham). New Yobk, October 24. Marriage, love, Improved underwear, and meteors are what people talk about. If talklnc ol love makes love, thero will bo about fire hun dred thousand lorers In New York City and a proper number of marriages, so that next year will really be the time to hare tho census taken. I have given my opinion ou marriage, but lately I hare been exploiting myself on tho subject of love. A man asks, "What is love ?" tho man at whom I hurled my opinions beinc extremely cynical. Said he, "What is love ? It is a sel fish desire on the part of one person to monopo lize all the time, attention, and charms of an other. It is spoken of as being everlasting, nnd y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 October 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 26. 1890. 3 WIIATTIIETIIEATRESOFFEll DRAMA AND VAIUKTY ON THE llllitS FOU THIS WEEK. Mile. Klioaltoturns with Now Parlninn Cob tiimoHniid Now Sconory In "Josephine" High-Glass Variety at Iho National Something About tast "Week's Pcrform ancos. "Good Old Times," a now play written by Wilson Bnrrctt and Hall Calnc, which hold tho boards nt Albaugh's Grand Opera Houso last week, carries one back sovon or eight years to tho tlmo when tho picturcsquo melodrama was rampant throuchoufc tho country. It is strik ingly alter tho stylo of "Lights o' London" and "Romany Rye," without infringing In any wiso upon tho story of cither, and Is calculated to stir tho emotions of tho susceptlblo to a high degrco of excitement over diabolical wrongs and noblo sacrlflces. In addition to an excep tionally strong cast of actors and actresses tho management baa supplied somo beautiful sce nery and novel stago mechanisms, which assist materially tho realism of the performa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 October 1890

A THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1S9Q. f. l UUihlij JlaHar.rt' nlrHirjcnccr. r! rSATIONAL (NTKULJCr.NCEft ESTADUSHtO tCCCk THE SUNDAY HERlUC &)TADU.HD MOt. nturctt nt the JL'obI Olttce at 'Washington, T. Ui.naScooitd-oliiBS Mutter. i. n. south' I A. T. URNSKY, f' .1'roprlotors. Btlttorlnl nuil Publication Olllccn, No. 409 Tenth Street Northwopt. Our patrons .liviiijr on the lino of the Baltimore ami Ohio Railroad can have; "The Sunday Herald" sent, direct by Icnviujr their order at the newstand, Baltimore ami Ohio Depot. $30 REAVARD. "THE SUNDAY IXKKAIiD" Is convlncoil that tlioro is nn organized enngof pnpor thieves in this city, who follow its curriers n round iinil tnko the pnpors from tho door steps. "Wo will pay n reward of $30 for tho nrrcst nnd conviction of any one of these thieves. $30 REWARD. Subscribers will confer ii favor by notlf y ing tills olllco when they fail to rccelvo tholr papor, in ordor that tho matter may bo properly Investigated. JS'OTICE TO SUBS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 October 1890

nwwf;fwH' " "" THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26,1S9G. 5 1 r u TUB BEST DAY'S RACES YET. Somo Kxcltlng Sport at BoniihigH Yester day Notes of tho Mooting. Tho sun was coy, tho nlr was crisp, and tho wind wns at times n bit sharp yesterday, but still It was n sort of day that should havo do terrcd no real lover ot horsc-raclng from going out to enjoy the nttrnctlvo programme at Bcn nlngs. Nevertheless, tho crowd was not as largo as It should have been, but those who at tended vcro well repaid by tho sport, which was by long odds tho best of tho meeting. Four favorites winners In tho first four races and Golden Keel outclassing all tho others In tho fifth race gave tho public cood reason to suppose that for onco tho favorites would go through tho day without a break. Larchmout, a ten to ouo shot, however, upset all calcula tions by getting a good lead early In tho fifth raeo and holding enough to win notwithstand ing Golden Keel's rapid paco at tho finish. Tho Jockoy Club had work...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 October 1890

r-jr ,. ., HTim. T g - fK'fafJf ,r 7 " v 6 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1S90. THE AVOMAN. Only a little brown women she, Man of the world and prolllgnto he. Hard nnd conscienceless, cynical, yet Somehow, when he and tho woman met. He Enw what other there Is In life Than pnsslon-feeding and careless strife; There came resolve, and a sense of shnmc. For she made as his motto but "Faith and Fame." The world is fool Ish: we coyer truth; We're barred br tho Bates that we built In youth; Two were they, surely, and two mlcht stay, But she turned him Into tho better way; His thoughts were purified, oven when IIo chnfed nnd raged at tho mlghHinvo-bccn; He learned that living Is not n whim, For the soul in her entered into him. ne lights, ns others, to win or fall, And tho spell of the Woman is over all. Bravely they battle, In their degree. For "The woman I love shall be proud of mol" And man and woman, the ono In heart, May be burted together or burled apart, But the strong will b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 October 1890

THESUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26. 1S90. NEWS OF THE LODGES. THE WEEK'S Gil EAT EVENT IN MA SONIC CIKGIES. Meeting of the Supremo Council, Scot tish Kilo Great Activity Anion;; tho llcchnliltcs Notes of tho Odd Follows Golden Cross and I. O. M. Notes, Tho following Masonic bodies moot upon tho evenings of tho ensuing woclc : Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple Dawson No. 10, Monday, 27th; Federal No. 1, Tuesday, 28th; New Jerusalem No. O.Thursday, 30th, (special.) J' A. A. S. R. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Blue Room: Arminius No. 25, Monday, 27th; Acacia No. 18, Tuesday, 23. Masonic Hall, Georgetown. Potomac No. 5, Monday, 27th, (special;) Georgo C. Whiting No. 22, Friday, 31st, (special.) b Masonic Hall, Brightwood Stansbury No. 25, Monday, 27th. Royal Arch Chapters. Masouic Tomplo Mount Vernon No. 3, Monday, 27th; Potomac No. 8, Tuesday, 2Sth. Commnudcrics Knights Templar. Masonic Temple DeMolay No. 4, Tuesday, 2Sth. Ancient and Accepted Scottish J?i7c. Robert de Bruce Council of K...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 October 1890

9(VYr'fW w THESUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, 0CT0BER26.1890. 7 i FOOT-BALL SEASON OPENED the c. a. c. team bbfkat iuwe11 foki) comeoe in a liveta game. The Score was 28 to 0 Tho Columbia IIoj-r In Good Form, Hut There Is Boom for Improvement Tho Gnmo "Witnessed by an Unexpectedly Smnll Crowd. The foot-ball season opened yesterday, nnd from now on until Christmas tho cry will be "Line up" nil through, our athletic organiza tions. The first gauio was properly opened by the new Columbia Athletic Club team, and from reports published of their practice it was believed there was a strong desire on tho part of the largo membership to sec them play. If this desire was uppermost it did not material ize yesterday, as less than one hundred nnd fifty people wetc on Analostan Island to sec the contest. The team deserved better treatment from their clubmates, ns they showed that they were foot-ball plnycrs of cood shape, and in a few more games will get down to team work and show champion form. Their oppo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 October 1890

j. (V'If -K"" Jin ft WLklig 5KaijcrtTtl ltttUi0im ESTABLISHED 1SOO. OCTOBER 26, 1890. PAGES 9 TO 16 DULL AND SPIRITLESS OUR YOUNG FOLKS' CONTEST -f?yf -v? . -Vy.x'rc5'w??"w fwppspF-, jrgnp;i& " " ""vriPTvripwp? .jjnv ,???.'rf-w pymaww Hmtitei WITH A STKONG DOWNWARD TENDENCY Koprosonlcd tlio Condition of the Locnl Stoclc IMarkct Durlnc tho "VTook 1'ast The Itonra Hnpny and tho Dulls Gloomy. The market during tbo past weok has been exceedingly dull, tho majority of tho business being made by tho room traders, who indulged in the pleasant occupation of scalping ono an other whenever tho chaueo offered and being scalped in turn. Owing to tho fact that scvaral of the members arc on tho "short" sido in hair though "long" in stocks tho operation wa3 in some cases qulto painful. Tho public are in it, but generally on tho soiling sido of tho market, the signs of liquidation by a number of unfortunates who are unable to hold on any longer being very apparent. Amid the general depression t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 October 1890

jn m jTi w tw i -. , jr , .,.. r u,. -)p MA ..4ft awl l i 4" i . . j.' '-'::A, . ----&mmmmtimss, -m:mmvi I m i v a AUMY NOTES. The Treasury Dept. has informoil tho Secre tary of War, In reply to an Inquiry from him. that there Is uo provision in the law authorizing the admission freo of duty of books for otllcers of the Army. Bids were opened Monday morntnir at t he ofllco of the depot Q. M. in this city in the War Dent . .for furnishing lire artillery horses for use at Wash ington Barracks. But two proposals were re ceived, as follows: J. Kaufman fc Son. S230 per horse; Joseph Bergman, SISu. No award has yet been made, as an examination must be made into the condition of tho animals to deter mine whether or not they are suited to the work ahead of them. Leave of absence for ten days from Oct. 2G, 1S90, has been granted 1st Lt. Robert London, 5th Cav., recruiting officer. The following changes in tho stations of post chaplains are "ordered: Post Chaplain J. II. Macomber has been...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 October 1890

" V THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1890. 11 i' T U W BARNES WE A YE R, G29 F Street N. W. FOH SALE Ono of thoso Elegant Now Brick on outh sido of T street, bttwoon Ninth and Tenth northwost. Groat bargain for ton days. For permit apply to office FOR SALE Ucautiful Homo on Westminister street, bc4ireon Ninth nd Tenth northwest. Can bo sold very cheap. For permit apply to offlco. FOR SALE No. 180 E strcot northeast; six rooms, concrete collar under wholo boust; oTwy now convenience. This is a now bay-window, prsM-brtck. Lot 17x70 to Un-toot alUy, and is very cheap at $4,600, with easy tornu. Ilouto open for Inspection. BABIES &c "W:E.A"V:E3:R,, No- 6S9 E tx-oet. AGENTS FOR NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. McCORMICK'S SIBE POCKET, 810 SIXTH STREET. POOL FIFTY CENTS PER HOUR. ocl3-ly '300 Seventh Street Northwest. oclO-ly BOB HOLTZMAN, CHOICE AND 1412 Now York Ave. N. "W. ocl2-ly 5? DINING- BOOMS 030 PENNA. AVENUE. OOP JEN DA.Y -A.1VI NIGHT. DON'T FORGET OUR BUTTER CAK...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 October 1890

WjjJSBffWfS . VN.I . ... ..-- -" -in III!.' Wllilu" v k . 1 i w t ji'v. a ii a -iti .mt - r it . . j-"i rr i - tst .w r-- -t rw Tyk. f jiw , nth 'jfj'jt vj'sti i r in iii 1 r n ! itiitiiii ji r m . f-. .hiii ri . a m - m c a- ur --j- i i i i 7 :tn"AxmM Lmrffli0rA mmmsmmmi &ri2R5tse v;jMmwAJA7rSM wzzr? &3&&rAm&.?r. jypffiffilBiSM M w Wfcffli M, my&n r '""lliyr . ? I- Mrs. Harrison anil her niece, Mrs. Dimmick, make frequent trips to Baltimore on shopping expeditions, but with the exception of these little outings the President's wife is enjoying complete rest. Mrs. Dimmick is now living at the White House. Last season sho had apart ments on Twelfth street, where her sister, .Mrs. Parker, was also domiciled In fact, with their deceased mother, Mrs. Scott-Lord, and Dr. Scott, they made their homo for sovcral years on Twelfth street. Just now Licutcnnnt and Mrs. Parker aro at Samoa, where Mrs. Parker is enjoying the distinction of -being the first Amer ican woman...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 October 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26. 1890. 13 SOCIETY OIIAT. Wednesday evening, In tho Metropolitan M. E. Church, Miss Alice Angel Winans, daughter of Mrs. Mnry A. Winans, of 1011 M street, was married to Mr. William Cromwell Downoy. It was a very impressive and picturcsquo wedding. Tho bride was escorted to tho altar by Mr. Franklin II. Hough, who gave her hand in marriage. Her bridal robo was of rich whito faille, with sweeping train. Tho veil was fast ened with sprays of oraugo blossoms and tho bouquet was of Uridal roses. Immediately prc ccdlne the bride walked her little flve-yoar-old niece, Edith Angel Wiley, wearing a frock of cream-tinted silk. She carried n pillow of roses, on which rested an Ivory prayer-book. Prom it the marriage service was road by Rev. G. II. Corey, tho ofllclatlng minister. Tho bridesmaids, Miss Nina Gunion and Miss Graco Anita Walker, were attired in prettily contrast ing colors Miss Gunlou in rose-pink silk and gauze, carrying La Franco roses, and ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 October 1890

, . . 14 THE SUNDAY XSlRAJklD. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 18QO. iiml ..1 THE DEADLY PARALLEL COLUMN. 'MID OLD WOULD WONDERS. IN HOLLAND AND nEXOIUH AND DOWN THE CA8TJMED RHINB. The High-Pflced Tallows $G0 Suit. 1 OUR $35 SUIT GUT TO ORDER. Very Best Trimmings. Fine Foreign Goods. FIrst-clnss Cntllng Talent. Large Solectlon Styles. What's the difference ? In your HAVE XOTT VISITED OTTR STORE ? i43 Pennsylvania Avcnne, Washington, I. C. Which is one of 39 Branch Stores of the Plymouth RockPantsCo.,BE! HEADQUARTERS FOR 1 carry the largest assort ment of American Watches. Jiamomls. and 14-Carat Gold Chains in this city, and ivill sell yon on credit at cash prices. Gall and ex amine my special line of American Watches. J. L.. SALTZSTE1N, JDR,., JTEVE 31,111 12, 505 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST. BUY TOUR TRUNKS Buggy or Road Harness. $25 reduced to $18 $30 reduced to $20 $35 reduced to $25 $40 reduced to $30 Special Attention Given to the Repairing of Trunks and Harness. KNEESSrS, 425 7th St., next ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 October 1890

v i THE STJK3DA.T HERALD, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26. 1890. 15 JLJLJL J JLJL (jJLJL Ground Floor. (Fin tfk iff "m, -r 111 mil li I WW I II LOTST S25 $50 $100 S250 S500 TOWN LOTS ARE NOW SELLING at $25, $50, ana 100 In tho new and beautiful town, PASADENA, sit uated right on tho line of of tho Baltimore and Annapolis Short-Lino Railroad, in tho prettiest, healthiest, and most productive part of Maryland, within aboullS minutes of Baltimoro from Camden Station. THIS IS THE BEST and cheapest opportunity for profitable investment ever offered in the State of Maryland. PASADENA is only a few minutes' walk from tho EXCURSION GROUNDS, about 10 minutes' ride from Bathing Grounds and IRON SPRINGS, while tho SULPHUR DEPOSITS and GLASS-SAND BANKS can bo reached in tho same time. GROVELAND HEIGHTS, on Lookout Mountain, are within 15 minutes' rido of Pasadena. PASADENA itself is directly on tho lino of the Annapolis Short-Line Railroad, thus being accessible, through Round Bay, both by 'land and water, ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 26 October 1890

16 We Both in our selections of Cloaks and Prices, as our sales the last few weeks have shown, although the weather has not been as seasonable as could have been wished. Yes, we have sold stacks of Cloaks haven't made a fortune on them, haven't "given them away," but very near it. Our goods are not made on Fifth avenue don't charge Fifth-avenue prices but we have manufacturers on Broadway who make goods just as stylish and 25 per cent, cheaper. Therefore don't be misled. Mr. Stiebel has been in New York for the past ten days scouring the market, bound to have the styles, goods, and elegant designs, second to none, and at prices that others "can't hold a candle to." He has succeeded, and is looking for more. These cuts represent three of our leaders in fine goods: $9.75. Then the following are a few that defy competition: Blue and Black Cheveron Diagonal Reefer, Vest, Rolling Collar, Satin Lapel. Blue and Black Cheveron Diagonal Reefer and Vest. Blue and Brown Beaver, Embroidered Lap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 2 November 1890

WiWMIi I'PM IUHWHUM II JUtft 39!lfci:g H&tism&l nkllixzwcv VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON.SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2,1890.-16 PAGES. NO. 33 BLAINE'S VIGOROUS PLEA. TIIK 'I'E.UM.KD KNiaUT" AV1M2AT..S FOB UNITY TO AVOID DISASTKR. A Warning "An Pennsylvania VotoH Next Thursday tlio Nation May Volo Two Years Hence" It Is tlio DecUIvo Point of the Struggle of 1803. Philadelphia, Nov. 1. Secretary Blaine arrived hero from 'Washington at 1:05 o'clock this afternoon. An enthusiastic crowd cheered hltn as he Bteppcd from the Pennsylvania Hail road station, and ho received a great ovation later in tho afternoon as ho appeared on the stage of tho Academy of Music to address tho Republican mass meeting. The spacious build ing was crowded to too doors, and hundreds were uuablo to gain admission. Mr. Blaine was accompanied by several mem bers of his family and Postmaster Qeueral Wanamaker. After his speech at tho Academy of Music ho went to tho Union League, whero ho held n re ception from 4 until 0 o'cloc...

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