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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald. — 6 September 1885

Final Mark-Down in Price! LADIES' UNDERGARMENTS, In Kino Cotlnn and Cambric, comprising CIlKMISK.HKIinS.DltAWKIlH, NIGHT-GOWNS, AND COHSKT COVKItt, ft rialu ami Vcrj llandpnincly Trimmed ! offer AT nun ntvi uw uuir. LADIES' WHITE WRAPPERS AT IMIIMR COST. And as Iho Block n( those goods Is email f would ml. vlso thoso wishing this clnssot goods to call curly, bcroro Iho Block is htokcii. BOYS' SHIRT WAISTS, Tn Neat ami Nobby Designs, In French I'crcalc, Cheviot, anil Penhyr, In hslf-iio7on and dorcn lots, I offer nl 9 per dozen; worth from $12 to $13 so. Men's nml llojH' Kliuiiicl Slilrls At tl.Miiuh; worth ?. MEN'S, LVDIKH', AND CTIII.DItKN'B WATKU- FllOOF LOAlS AT AND BELOW COST. DYEING. 1733 1733 Pa. Are. SCOURING, REPAIRING, PRESSING. Clothing called for and delivered. 8. HAMlKttAN, JalB trs 1731 I'mmsvlvmiln Amin, EARLY ANNOUNCEMENT! E ARE NOW KKlKiYiNH OUR FALL STOCK OF Carpets, iuiasriTUHE, AND Upholstery Goods, WHICH COMPHISF8 ALIi THE BEST AND NOVEL THING:) IN '111B MAHKKT. ...

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. — 6 September 1885

aot Weekly National IotlUgonoer. KstereTst t Tost OnWat ffMhlngtori,!). C,n RMoa&clats Httttr. Editorial and Publication Offices, No. 409 Tenth Street Northwest. I..1. miltlUTT Lailoraad Proprietor t.B.KAI.BriS...... ....... .rMIhtr wasiiinoton ii;:n:snrrr.MHKit 0, ltss. jTofiorTo"si'nscitiDi its? Subscription, In advance, per rear 2 Ml Hcmlttsncos should be raado by postal note, money order, or checks on New York or Washington. When checks on binksln other cltlca nro sent tho ooit ot collection will Ik deducted. 77ieiiJ(toroTni!8rNnATlIitBALt)cnnni)t under. take to preferre or return rejected communica tion. Contributor! or corrttpondenti lOiorrwi aestre to powss Ihetr inanurcrlptt, (f unused, thouia keep a copy. The Rhode Islaud manufacturers are afraid thai Secretary Manning's Treasury circular Is loaded. All leaves of ahsence in the Marine Hand should be canceled. They may he wanted to put down Sherman's new rebellion. In its memorable stritREle ' bring about tha cancellatio...

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. — 6 September 1885

Itf SkI'TKS, ilE.t. Mornings frosty crow, and cold, Brown ttio grans on tilll and wold; Crown ro cawing ahrirp and clear Whcro tho rattling corn grown near J Mustering nocks of blackbird call', Itcro nnd tttcro a few leaves fall, In tho meadows larks sing sweet, Chirps tho cricket nt our lect in September. Noons ore sunny, warm and still ; A golden hnzo o'erliangs tho Mil, Atnlicr sunshine's on Iho floor Just within tho open door! Still Iho crickets call nnd creek Noicr found, though long wo seek Oft comes faint reports of gun; limy files bnius In tho mm In Sept ember. Kvenlngs chilly nrc, and damp, Early lighted Is tlio lamp; Flro burns nnd kcttlo sings, Smoko ascends In thin, bluo rings; on tho rug tho children Ho; In tho west tho soft lights dlo; From the elms n robln's"song lllngs nut Bwectly, lingers long In September. aitabeth Cole In fit. XMiulan. "NUMIJKIt 157." t. "Nuinler 457," ever since Ms otilrancp luto tlin convict J all, had always stoutly maintained Ills Innocence. I...

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. — 6 September 1885

Wkt gm&w EimU A1TD Weekly National Intelligencer. t. ir.nUllltITT Mltor and Proprietor WASiiiNaTONiHitiitittts.SEPTEMnF.R c, iss. TMK WFAT1IFU. For Wellington and -lctnliy, clear and rool wcither, wllh stationary temperature ami northerly winds. For Monday, continued cool, clear weather. LOCAL MENTION. Wr wlh to announce for the benefit of onr patron that onr Mr. King l In New 1 or); superin tending the srrltalof Ids rnrnpean goods, which will comprise one of tho choicest anil most select assortment of millinery, cloaks, nnd fancy gnoda that bate ever been offered to the public of 'Wash Ington. We Intend to uphold ttie representation that we havo so long establlshcil, to le the leader of fashloni and low prices. Wo have nst received a tiCAntifnl naorttnent of fall hats, bonnets, wines, birds, feathers, velvets, plnshcs, silks, satlno.lcr sets, cloaks, kid gloves, and corsets, which will lie sold at low figures. Children's school hats at a sicrincc. .Ml in need of millinery would...

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. — 13 September 1885

y KAV A WORD TO PARENTS ATTENTION 01' PARENTS 18 CALLED TO THE REMIRKftBLE REDUCTIOHS ! AM 01'FEMNO IN CHILDREN'S SUITS AND CLOAKS, And.as tlicro In mom or 1cm expense always attending In preparing chtlitrcn fur school, II Is to their Intercut tn mil early nml exam Ino thcio goods before purchasing clao whero. Chiltlron'M Cloakw, in Plain ami Fancy Colora, from .l up. which la 23 per cent, less than their mirkct value. OUILDHUX'S WOOLEN SUITS tn rialn nml Fancy Plaids, from tl.50 up, which la from 21 to M per vent, less than ' market value. CHILDREN'S JERSEYS At 75c. worth l. Special In jiiccmcnls offered In HOYS' 11 U till Ell COATS, In Gossamer anil Medium Well his. In l'laln , and Fancy Checked Linings, at BOc, Jl.M, tl.M, and ZM. DYEING. I7S3 Pm. Ave. 1783 Pa, Ave, SCOURING,. REPAIRING, PRESSING. Clothing called fur nlnl delivered. H. IIAI.OF.nAN, JatM's 173:1 1'emiMvl vanla Aveiitt". IE .A. IR, LIT ANNOUNCEMENT' . HE ARK NOW RKKIVI OUR FALL STOCK OF Carpets, TUJRISriTUKTI! 9 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. — 13 September 1885

and JWookly National Intelligonoer. tsTti-tTal t rest OBtM at WaMto,I. (,as Retoad-tlass Hatter. Editorial and Publication Offices, No. 409 Tenth Street Northwest. 1.5. DCRRITT. Editor and Proprietor T.B.K.LBFUH fiMlslirr WASIIlNGTONt::i:: SEPTEMBER 18, 1SS5. MJT1CL TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription, In advance, per year t M Remittances should be msda bj postal note, money order, or checks on New Yotk or Washington. When checks on bantam other elt lea arc sent the cost of collection will bo deducted. Vie FAllor oTniStmnATnaRALDrnnnblunitfr. take to proerre or return rrjtctta rominiinfnt fton. Confrlotifors or corrfspond'fnM vhomav attlrt to pomets their mamitcrtplt, ftnpd, nfiorilit keepncorV' Newberry, like Rnssla, does not sulk he meditates. The gun fired at Monntdlleadwascharged with a blank cartridge. William and Alfonso had better settle the Caroline question by letting the Yanks yank Yap. "The greatest good to the smallest num. "ber1' Is Inscribe! on the banner of the protectionist...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald. — 13 September 1885

nAi.c They grew about ray aUK'jS " omo, Upon tho dewy, velvet lawn, Their starry eyes from out green foam Smiled Into mlno. An pink of Own Makes glad tho sight when night retreat. No sweeter bloom lire's mld-dny Rrccls Than youth, crowned with white marguerites. Tho rows lived In snmmer's flush, When camo my friend from o'er tho seas, lint naught to mo their crimson blush As he Into my hamlt lnlil theso Trno golden heart! favorites. Ah, hurrying sea with brooklet meets, As tl'les roll back, my marguerites! Amid lllo's many dowlcss years A blossom opo'rt for Just nn hour, To smllo nnd lcat o ns then In tears. I name thee, love, for this bright flower i AJMrts thtt day ltd cllli conlplctes( Afoiind th'y faco I lay theso swells, Arid klsn thy lips with piargucrltcs. , . ha ita'i Hath in Chicago current. "" .. " j The Reinstation or Mile; Olniidc. HELUIlic. , ' It Is a most romiitkabin picture 1" My Tvfa maile (his obaorvntlon wj,t!i couceqlrnted energy ami an alHBiic, of.thosH little l...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald. — 13 September 1885

Sto mim 3jmM AND Weekly National Intelligencer. I. It, BCRIlt IT FdltorsTul Proprietor WASiiiNUTON!:t:m!:'.:!:SKrTKMitKn is, ism. THE WEATHER. t Tor AVashlngton n.l vicinity, warmer generally fair we athcr. For Monday, occasional local rains, stationary icmrcraiure. LOOAIi MENTION. A mo itr.v on the establishment of Mr. F. II. Tin ley, iwo l) street, w roado last week for tils liorie mlan beer, which Is pronunncod to 1 the finest beer ever brought tothls city. Tito demand for his cele brated Rochester titer nnd his Mllirant.ee hi nnd was also large, bnt with Itio Increased facilities nf tils new establishment ho was enabled tomect every de mand made on him. The above embraces three of the purest and best brands of beer In the market, and the publlo arc beginning to find It ont. Family orders nro mado a specialty. Onlera can be cent to theabovo number, also to 1200 Pennsylvania svenno. Thoo desiring Imported liecrs, such ns Kaiser, Cnlmhacli, and Erlangcr, can also bo sup plied by se...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald. — 20 September 1885

y av of Now Fall and Winlor Goods. THE I.AUORHT AND MOST VAII1ED STOCK OP MEN'S NECKWEAR IN TIUC CITY, IN AU. TIIK NEW AND NOllllY HIIAl'KS. KNOT JA.1.1? In Throo Styles ami Sizes, In Not and New Effects. ENGLISH FUT SCAUPS, In Threo Styles, In Handsome nnil stylish Stripes, Plaids, Spots, ami Figure. KNIILI-JII PUITSCAIIFH. In Three Hlyles, In a 1-argo mill Varied Assortment of Psttcrna. Tho largest nn.l llenl Assorted Wirt nf Made-Vp beat ts,lti IHu different New Kljlc , at toe. rach, in cr ulTrictl to the public. This llnecomptlscs New Gnodeand slot of WELCH, .MAIUCI.I-'U.1! ' CCJ. O ENGLISH-MADE SCARFS, licilucptl from tl nn.l f l.tJ. FOUII-IN-HANI) BCAHFtl In Newaml Neat Effects ami Colorings. WINDSOR SOAitF-,DE.tOINVILLK SCAMS. HAND no A'H In all I ho New Coloring and Figures. Now Pull-Dress Bnml Bow A SPECIALTY. DYEING, 1731 Pa. Ave. 17SS Pa. Ave. SCOURING, REPAIRING. PRESSING. Clothing callcil tor ami ilellTcrcJ. n. iiti.nr.nAN, Jalt-IM 17.11 1'ciinKYlviilii Anin. W. H. HOEK...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald. — 20 September 1885

Site jpfomfajj $ml& and Weekly National Intolligenoen L Cnltrel t lh rnt Office it TfahTt(Hi,I. C.,i.s Kscona'.tUs Xitttr. Editorial and Publication Offices, No. 409 Tenth Street Northwest. I.S. RURRITT Editor and Proprietor T.B.KAI.TIFTS rrtllOitr WA9niNOTON::t:t:::!!:::5ErTKMnRn M, isss. xotice to stiitscnitints. Subscription, In advance, per year. $)2 Ml Remittances should be made by postal note, money order, or checks on New York or Washington. When chocks on banks In other cities are sent the cost of collection will be deducted. 5T7,(!.Kdifor a TnsStiiiriATlIi:Rii.Deinnot under take to preserve or rflurr. rejected communion. ttons. Contributor or correspondents ichomav desire to possess their manuscripts, tf unused, should Xccpacopv. The newest ierM'nre Treasurer Jonlau'a kindergarten system of finance. While Sherman and Foraker are slugging the rebol hrlgadlers with bare knuckles they spar with the license question with well stuffed gloves. Before the tired farmer of Ohio ...

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. — 20 September 1885

jra anfl &m 6f . IT IS FINISHED! Wo Itefcr to our HANDSOME ANNEX, Just com pleted, ami the extent of It can bo better appreciated when wo any it hoi no SUPERIOR SHOW-ROOM IN TltK UNITED STATES. ltlmi clfcar-lenRlrUtoioof, III feet deep and Mlccl Aide. Tito BVyUstit, whtcfl Is 78 feet In dimension; sheds a taj of light such asnoothcrroom poKsesws, and which Isof great bcnctlttopurchnscrs. Inordcr to glvo It perfect ventilation wo mrulo trio height of celling Just 'i'WKNTV-THUKIt FEET. This Annex Contains our HII.KH, Vni.VKTH, and VINE unless noons dkI'aiitiirn'I'. mni u cn- trrclynndcrtho supervision of ONE OH" TUB FIRM. Wo haio placed electric IlghtB In thin room, no that ladles ran apprcclato com bination of colors nml effect of Hllka for Evening Dresses. Now We Invito You to Sec It! OUR NEW DEPARTURE Which lias guno Into erToct, Is tlto Inaiigura tlonnf a STRICTLY ONE-PRICE IBxisiness! This means that the Inexperienced buyer Is plnccil on the dime footlngas tho expert, nnd wo ...

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. — 20 September 1885

SIw J?m..tag IHTl Wcokly National IntolltRoncoii i. ?t, ntmmrr - WASHINGTON!!! I .liter ami froitlclor :i:t!:ss::ii:iiKMnRlt so, issj. i 1IIK Wlllilltll. Indication for Washington and Jclnlty: cvn lloucl warm n.l fait weather. Tor Mnn.hv, lair weather, stationary temcratnrc. LOOAlTTlMTION. TEMikii I'mit. the ttti.tr nf Iho human foot Anil of fitting the "line comfortably, neatly, nn 1 Willi good tasto lia always been onr Itioncht nn.l ambition. It Is n wcll-.lionn fad that tlio majority of people are snildcd with tret trouble. Thocansc lnotnalnral-rt re sull from Ill-llltlng shoos. To such we will say that our shoes remedy these defects, give pertou comfort, sustain the Bnales, strengthen an.l glic liberty to the muscles, freedom ot ilrculatlon.and perfect case audgtoccot motion. Our success In mtlng feet consists In understanding the anatomy nf the linman foot, anil, being snrnclcntly practleal a tut experienced In onr liuslncs, we In all cases supply onr cntomcrswlth shoes that wi...

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. — 27 September 1885

MtmAm mm i"o"be1r,,(rm'",('c' f,nowl11 rctl"n t America Irt rMfwKeKmre" Mw 'UmM Lcwn hss scenred his Information ronpern nlh famous sintnman from rrlvate otircee. " illE IUI.H1 MLSTHK. lint wr-iii, sept. ct- u Veil (llnsslvn oresnl VTIBB " WM al T llBlr' V H .HH .ll .H w Have receive.! my Importation ol WELCH, MAN OR TSON A CO.'h Xechwcar, Mil filers, Suspenders, Silk Handkerchiefs. VitrtHttitn rent and Jachets. Perforated Ituckil.iu rents and Dressing Gowni. MEN'S NECKWEAR, In (he New English Flat ami Pel IT, In the Newest and Nobblost i'ttttcrtis ever offered to mo public. Also a Splendid Assortment In FOU1MN-1IAND SCAUPS. SILK HANDKKItOllIEFH.In New Coloring, and in Neat and Nobby Effects, snltablo cither tor ladles' or Men's Wear. WOOt. and HII.K MUFFLKKS, the Largest Assorted block ever shown In Ihla or any other market, and at astonishingly loir prices. Tlio Noav Hand Bow, la 8ilk,Salln,aul Plain Checked and Spotted Lawn, 'the latest .for lull dress. NEW STYLES OP COLLAHS, ENG...

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. — 27 September 1885

m - r v -k5';E" m Weoklj National Intolligoncor. t.LrH at tkr I'oil iiUIm at Wl.irRlon,l. ('., Kcrosl-rla.s Haller. Rdltorlal and Publication Offices, No. Tenth Street Northwest. 49 1. y. iiihuiitt.. T. n. KU.IIIM ..KJItor ml I'roixltdor 1'iMl.t.fr I'.SKI'TKMIlKIt 27, 1S. WASHINGTON:!!!!!!'. .M)TIIK TO MlllSCIlllll.ltS. Snnvrlpllon, In advance, per year $2 o Itcrolttanrcs alinnld be made tij postal mile, money order, or checks on New York or Wellington. Whcnrhrckson bank In olhcr cities sre sent the cost ot collection will lio deducted. TM .M(foroTiiKSUNiiAYllKRl.nriiiiiioMin(Ii tale M jireiKTre or reurn rrjrrlrtl nniiniNnfm ((wis. Contributors or rorrMpondfnl.s irhotnnv iletlrf to iwi their manuMrfpM, fnntwd, thoiM Xeei a row. The popular memory Is proverbially short. Hence the necessity for reiterating. TiiiSrs. niY UsRAtn lias from the first been an a.lvo cale of civil service reform, llul Us present readers may have forgotten Hint what It most strennonsly demanded should he done...

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. — 27 September 1885

Iru and iarM . Having for a Long Time llccoKiilroit llio want of llio patrons to nil tliofi.lvnn. tngos possible, wo hnvo compltloil.nt a Mr expense, i Show Konin welt wotlhy nf nny lemllnR house. Ttils Itoom Is conceded by all lo lio ttio bent fiilnptnl room for All advantageous reasons in llio Slntes. In this room there radiates n light similar lo a sunlight. No purchaser ran, therefore, sly that they were not given every sdrant.igo for buying. In this largo unit airy room, which Is 111 feet deep and 93 feet high, we keep an Assortment ot All llio LATEST NOVISI.TIK3 IN Dress Goods, Black Goods, Silks, and Velvets. OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT Comprises llio Newest Colorings ond Designs In noum.K, diahonai.i. Kotii.r.i, iikatiikii MIXIiJltlM, IIOMKSI'llNH, TlttCOTS.HIlOO- DAS, ori'llMANS, UOUUUI'TU HTltll'KS, i'l.All) HAlltl.INKH, (MIKOKH, AND COMBINATION BUITINUS, ETC. SILKS. Onr (Sillc Dopai'tment Is Complete with Full Lines ot Colors In Brocades, Surahs, llhatlavies, and (Iron-Gra...

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. — 27 September 1885

mm n'n.fci Slue Jfoufaj m.M ilTO Wookly National IntolHgonceii 1. N. Milium lilltorsnd I'rortlftor WASlllNtlTONtlilttttttlttSElTKMIIKH , l-, Tllk Vt LATHI It. Indications Inr Wastilngton and vlcliillr, Mir ettiicr, tniion-ed lij loi a rains, stationary temper alnre. For Monday, rlrniiVj weMner and ruin, with sta tionary tcnnwratnrc F.0flAIi MENTION. It will Ik- pool news lo all astilngtnn nn.l IM rmiillc generally In know ltit Harvey's famous res taurant, wlilch lias tiecn closed for llio past slv, xceks, win nnen neiln 10 morrow. Durintr ttils Intermission or Imsiticss lite nouse from lop in liot. torn lias tweu thoroughly renovated, refurnished, nndrclmiratrd, llici sanitary portion of tho estab lishment liwlng received special cure and intention, othittn-dny In c cry tcsiect It Is Ihe equal, losav the least, of any similar house In America. 1 Ms In one of llic oldest nyBtcr hanscs In the United States, an I IIk successful catcer since 15S, when It was statillhrd, la evidence that...

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. — 4 October 1885

ita Snnpv KUKOTK TESTKIIDAV. ni.solntRin or Parliament l'MttnM!-S!,r,,f, .....". ' "iMnsrea- rro.per Is or Wr or tl, le lisle, vim SUrrlnnr I p ItSTdalleiis of Tlie -lloysl and Other lloulp, Special Cablo Utter I tlvnnw. flo, a t,. i...,.. ta.in;mMi.n"'r"" ! rtodyto Mttsr, acllnnhlhalthoi.lmnuircs'g rnnns regl.t ration under tho Wnlargcineiltof the f?n' JS ..rS. V, cxu ,"'c', ,lmo ' iinl"cllon an"? v iiV .HHBI .Hh Jf fcB w V , H H H w 1 ULL LINE Or Ladies', Misses', and Children's Fall and Winter Suits, NOW IN HTOCK, Mannfacnircd Kxclushrly For Me, AND TtIK BKLr.CTION COMPRISES ONLY HIGH CLASS NOVELTIES IN ' HOME SPUN GOODS, 130UCLE CLpTH, ilk ami Wool Plush, CamtW llnlr, Caucaau, and An flora Cloths, itfpLiiDt, stripe vnd fancy mixtures. ALSO PLAIN COLORS AND NOVEL EFFECTS IN FANCY MIXED CLOTHS, ALL TAILOR MADE, IN AUTISTIC WOUKMANBlllP, QUALITY, AND H1YLES UNEXCELLK Lr.il. Has flVVTlUP ,7as p.. ,.. I U I JjIII u, i "" SCOURING, REPAIRING, PRESSING. Clothing called tor and delivere...

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. — 4 October 1885

IND Weekly National Intelligencer. lalrrH at the rout Oltlce at Vfmhlngton,!). C.,at Kttond'-tlSM !tttfr. Bditotial and Publication OfTices, No. 409 Tenth Street Northwest. I. It. DUHRIIT tdlloranrl Proprietor T.ll.KAI,TIFC8 rctll.htr WA8tllNOTONlli:tt:iitlliili:OCT)BKK 4, 1635. The kindergarten plan It which the Tressnry officials hare undertaken to teach the American people that for actual every day use metallic money Is not as convenient as piper money wonM create only a mod crate Irritation if the Inconvenience of using coin were the only evil to he feared. Unt the hankers who have started the crtuailo have a more serlons purpose In view, and If they succeed the result will he to produce a financial crisis which, though prodla hie to llioo who have money to lend, will he disastrous to nvery one else. With the experience of a c.trrency stringency and the destitution and distress it caused so fresh In our memories, it Is amazing that Hie pres ent conspiracy does not excite greater...

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. — 4 October 1885

iSMT3llrtpj le 7 irMfMj5fl5. It is Very Well Known That tho colli weather In f.it approaching, and na ture ha convinced mlh&t we mint protect unreclves from thin change. Now In order to ho cautions jon must rjrcr.iro nnd nny thing", lo keep you w arm, nnd tto otTor IMH llmriv nanionlllon to buy nowwhnt jdn mny feed in tlio way ot Bed Covering Tn help Veep jon comfortably coached during tho fall and winter season. We will tell you why you should nnrchaao theso Roods now, even thongh yon may not ho compelled toinothcm for n few nights. Wo bought tlicno goods during tho hot spell, nnd bought heirtlly, too, nnd wo mo not at nil sorry for thla-for wo displayed Rood Judgment for It la unl vcraally known that most nlllhcao goods have ad vanced In prlec, nnd particularly lllankct.. Wo marked them what wo expected to Bell them at, nud havo not changed tho prlcca, so It you liny theao goods heforo they nro nil consumed you will mvo at least 15 per cent. WosellaKMlllanlotforJt. Wo can sell...

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. — 4 October 1885

Weokly National Intelligencer. 1. 5. BUBKITT- Fdlter and Proprietor WAsniNOTONitititiiiitsss'tsocTonr.n 4, i. THE TTEATHFIl. Indications for Washington and lcmitr cooler, fair weather, with a cool wave extending over New England and the Middle Atlantic Rtatcs. cAninc light frosts Monday night In tho interior. Tor Monday, continued cool, fair weather. OUT-NOOK SPORTS. THE TURK. Hating at Jerome Talk Ittterdar Tntrlea Tor ( Inrlnnatl To-morrow. NrwYnnk.Oct. 3. In splto of tho threatening weather of the forenoon, with Its drizzling rain, the attendance to-day at Jerome rate was fair. A crest deal of comment was caused by tho action olthc Judges In the second race In giving second place to the withers nily Instead ot lion Solr, who came In second in the race. Tho reason (riven by the Judges was that tho rider of Bon solr (Chnrch) demounted without salnttng the Judges nnd thereatter gelling pcrrabolon to nllgbt. The general opinion is that that sort of action docs not punish the Jockeys ...

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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