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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 April 1890

" - Jinfe Wlklig 3S&iixtt&t utUitK:X! VOL. XXV. WA.SHINOTOINl,SUNDA.Y, APRIL 6,1890.-16 PAGES. NO.3 AROHEU'S "CALL LOANS." MARYLAND'S TKEASUBEK'S BTVI.E OF rETXY DEALINGS. Showing Up tho Reckless Hublts of This "Napoleon of FInnnco" now Ho Hood wlnltod Bankers nnd Rrolcors Tho " liiiRt Straw " Susplolon Discovery Disgrace. Baltimohs, April 5. Tho legislative com mittee appointed to inquire into the cfolce tion of State Treasurer Arcber, resumed work to-day. Bank ofllccrs and brokers who have business transactions with Mr. Archer, testi fied to the making loans, the collateral being securities which proved to belong to tho State, but no one at the time thought tho State hold such securities. The committee has found this much about the missing $127,000, that since 1887 Mr. Archer has bceu in the habit of borrowing, either on his notes or at a "call loan," from $1,000 to $4, 500 at -various periods, and depositing as col lateral bonds of the treasury relief loan, Fred erick Cit...

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. — 6 April 1890

THE SXJKOY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 6, 1890. SPECIAL BARGAIN SALE mm MHk mam mmm -AT- J,xlM KJT GRAND I 1.T 'I'lIULT JLtJLi i AVAlA oia-014 MILLINERY, TlfllTH V if) jy SEVBMTH iSVIFUEalESI WRAPS, DRY FANCY LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS, 1 OjXLcL !INi"C3BI1IC3IlISr GOOD Remember Our LADIE s FURNIS I 1 millBilffl' P" 9k H jrt?Bi "WSHn Hj IHl .&. B9hh fth GOODS GENTS' ' FURNISHINGS.. READ THE FQ MILLINERY. HINGS, FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS. LLOWIN TRIMMED HATS. Trimmed Hate, in all the latest shapes, at 32.50. Trimmed Toques, in all the latest styles, at $2.50. 303 Pattern Hats and Bonnets to seleot rrom, all tho latest effects, $3.50 and $4.50. "King's Palace" Pattern Hats and Bonnets, all our own exclusive styles, at $5.50 and $0.50. 200 Parisian Pattern Hats and Bonnets, our own importation, will close them at $6.50, $9, and $10. UNTRIMMED HATS. Ladies' Untrimmed Hats, in all colors. nt25c Ladies' and Misses' Untrimmed Hats, better quality, 559c. Untrimmed Hate, in Fancy Braid, at 49...

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. — 6 April 1890

. m fmiri- .vs. :'Vfj.. -z'A,&fJSj oa.t.i wyai, rvAV, ysvzuflu rz&si&2txx acsscjN:u -MfKjjrvs:t-zrAerTverJ5r ' - &l4s' jr -zrzsm v - J. .... .. . .Av&w$ 'T.w- """iinwr, jiri .oiiculiiinm.-. miii:" tll"fn"'"'l ' .'Jllll .. . -"UUiiu rfJ I ' cffi. iMrAlffiw flgpagBaK-fg rnrm' - tg, u sssgoL-yOTFMifi MffiraWi ;.i?n xvArtsirr-: raii wn " i-sftm sr wemmammMmmmmMMZ FM&mmm 'jmmmmywfw i& v h wvsa liBsW1 'MlH ini'i! i in ii iiv N8iaiuinHiimtfXii t. v : ftttSAKfiii mmim. AVAKmvwraK:M' v w3W(RJSfjaivjsi7ist''AA .a wr it . .ws i'sai,wjfc-i;yj:.ox.ri. ia j -uj i WmSm iM WmWmmWmmmWili f A 3imm2zT - On Satuidoy afternoon Mrs. Harrison will hold a reception from a to 5 o'clock. The President and Mrs. llarrisou will givo n -dinner to the Supremo Court Tuesday April 8. On Tuesday evening President Harrison gives a state dinner, to the Diplomatic Copra atS o'clock. The Vice President nnd Mrs. Morton will give -a dinner the latter part of the week. The President and Mrs. Har...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 April 1890

THE SUNDAY HERAL,D,,SUNDAY, APRIL 6. 1SQO illtrhlij Jlntionn1 Snirllinciiccr. thf. National Intelligencer F6TA8USHED 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD C&TASU&HED 186. Entered at tho Post Ofllce nt Washington, D. C. as Second-clans Matter. J. H. SOCIiE . Proprietors. A. T. HKNSEY ST, i Editorial and Publication Offlcca, No. 40B Tenth Street Northwest. $210 REWARD. "THE SUNDAY 1II3KAI.D" Is convinced that there is an organized cane of paper thieves in thin city, who follow its carrier around and tako tho papers from the door steps. AVc will pny a reward of $30 for tho arrest and conviction of any one of these thieves. $30 REWARD. Subscribers will confer a favor by notify ing this oltlce when they fall to receive tholr paper, in order that the matter may bo properly Investigated. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription in advance) per year $3.50 Remittances should be made by postal note, money order, or cltccks on JVcio York or Washing ton. Mlicn checks on banks in other cities arc fent the ...

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 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 April 1890

v"- THE; SUNDAY -HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL.6, 1890. Ml ii , ii KEEPS OFF RAIN AND SHINE THK UMHKKLLA : ITS UISTOKV AND HOAV TO TAKE CAKK OF IT. An Expert Gives Some Information of Value "WuRliincton Ono of the Greatest Umbrella Markets in the Country A Convenient Way to Curry nn Umurclln. "Let me roll up your umbrella for you." Enid the proprietor of the well-known umbrella and cane shop on Eleventh street, nenr the Avenue, to a customer, who was making a fearful mess of furling a fine Bilk article he just had re paired. The customer willingly gave up the job, and the umbrella artist in an instant had tke article neatly and compactly rolled up, every fold exactly in place, and not a bunch or twist vlslblo anywhere. "It's so strange," the dealer remarked, after the gentleman had taken his leave, "that not one person in fifty Jtnows, how to properly se cure an umbrella. It Is usually rolled so that the tips of the ribs resemble a chicken's foot, and a six-dollar umbrella 16 made to look l...

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

1 . JkiuM&&&& . T7. .-,,,,,. u jTi.U Itgfi &! ! W ILIUM M U MHtoft rthHSLV ,SS2rVBf .T39Tferf "STerimM- .CONGRESS AND THE SERVICE. Subscribe for Tin: Sunday IIeiiai.d 20c. per month, delivered at your residence enrly Sun day morning. Senate. Mr. Kvnrts introduced a bill (3331) to reappoint Warren C. Beach ti capt. in the Army aud to place him on the retired list in ad- i dition to the number now authorized. Mr. Cullom introduced a bill (3334) autho rizing the Sec. of War to deliver Charles W. Thomas two .lames rilled cannons. Mr. Vest introduced a bill (3325) to allow Margaret F. Smith, widow of Coinmo. William Smith, a pension of $50 per month. Mr. Blackburn reported the bill (3201) for the relief of Maj. (5. C. Goodloc, pnymr. Marine Corps. Mr. Butler reported with amendment tho bill (192) providing for appointment of a board of trustees for the Naval Academy. Mr. Gray reported with amendment tho bill (II. R. 0944) to transfer tho revenue cutter ser vice from t...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 April 1890

(Br 1 1 j.i ' tjf -fc i.,5'!Pfc.iJ.-jf kj .MmqmmlIHiHW THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY,, APRIL 6, 1890. MppWBWWWCBCTyn,-- -ihiw . -'2-.--7l-'.,m. it- "" " ' - GENERAL SPORTING NEWS. TALK AllOUT 1J.VSK 11 ALT,, ATHLETIC0, AND HO WING MATTEUS. Accessibility oT tlio New ItiiRe-llulI Park What Iho Athletic Clubs Arc Doing Notes From Kendall Green and Georgc- town College. There has becu considerable Rrtimblliij: of lute among patrons of the game over the selection of the grounds at Seventeenth and U streets for tho new base-ball park. Most of this comes from Capitol 11111 atid people who reside In that historic locality known as Swampoodlc, as the moving to the other end of tho city will cause them some uneasiness. Well, for seven years the West End and Georgetown put up with tho long trip, and as turn about Is fair play the resi dents of tho eastern section should not com plain. Asa matter of fact, ninetecn-twontietbs of the patrons of old Capitol Park lived west of Seventh street, a fact ea...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 April 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 6. 1890. It THE TURF. CLOSING DAY'S HACKS AT UKNNING'S. Tho "Winners Yesterday AVoi c UaptnlnWng onor, Pull Mnll, Snn Jogc, Iceberg, Jim aiurpliy, nntl Mnnluiltnn. It was a good day for heavily-backed hoi see nt Bcnnlng's yesterday, tlio favorites winning four ont of thesis events, and well-backed sec ond choice horses gcttiue the other two events. There wns a Rood crowd out, though not so largo as on the preceding days of the meeting. The number or ladles on the grand stand was not aB large as on provious days, but a fair "Congressional counting" was present. Somo lino turn-outs occupied the inner field. Botting was brisk and lively, and the events wero in doubt In almost every Instance until the la6t. The races were those scheduled for Friday, wet weather having caused their postponement. The weather was clear and cool and tho track In safe condition, but too heavy to bo fast. The time made hy tho horses, however, is con- sidercd excellent, all thi...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 April 1890

S' IfcK - JVftfr WLkli& jHetiixmstl ItttUinc ESTABLISHED 1SOO. APRIL 6.1S90. PAGES 9 TO 16 &kt IT WAS A JOLLY LENT. SOCIETY HAS DONE A OR HAT DEAL OH" WINING AND DININO. Then There Havo Been Muslcalcs, Recep tion, nml Theatre l'artlen, and'Eve Little Quiet Dancing Somo or the Nota ble Affairs of tho Penitential Seanon. The Capital has never known n quieter sea son tlmn thnt of 1890. But if the months usu ally devoted to gaiety were dull, Lont, sacred to sackcloth and nshes, has been gay in an ex treme way never countenanced hero before. There have been breakfasts, luncheons, dinners, teas, theatre parties, coaching parties, riding parties, driving parties, walking parties, liter ary symposiums, and what not. But for the warning church bolls the fashionable Wst End would hardly have known Lent existed. Few invitations none, perhaps, save those from the Biitish Legation have been issued for dancing parties, and what dancing has been done has been accomplished in a quiet way, a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 April 1890

10 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. APRIL 6. 1SQO. 'I I SALONS AND SALOONS. NEW TORE r AIILOUS IN WHICH 80AN DAL.S ARK BORN. Whnt the Social Snlon Often Monnii In tho Metropolis Infliction) on Their Hnb Itwes A Hot-houRO of Social Scnndnln Now FriIh In Knitter Kcc?. Spccinl Correspondence of Sunday Hkuald. Nrw Youk, April 4, 1890. People write articles nnd make speeches about "The snlon and Its possibilities." The salon as we rend about It is as dead as the proverbial door-nail. The snlon or, as it is too often spoken of in New York, "saloon," Is very much to the fore. Tho woman with social aspirations sud denly makes up her mind that she Is going to be a Rtcamler or a De Stah'l, that she is going to improve the tone of tho world at lnrge, and so Ehe 6ete about it in her own special way. Usu ally she Is the proud possessor of a small flat, and the budding geniuses who inako tho ' 'saloon' ' very often walk Into the kitchen, tho bath-room, or the linen closet in looking for the parlor door...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 April 1890

THESUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 6, 1S90. 11 NEWS OF THE LODGES. WHAT IS GOING ON AMONG THE SEGK1ST FltATKKNlTIKS. ninsonlc Calendar of the "Week Many Mat ters of Interest to Masons Activity Among tho Itcchabltos A llntch of Items About tho I. O. M. Tho following Masonic bodies meet upon tho evenings of the ensuing week : Loilqcs. Mnsonlc Tctnplo Benjamin D. French No. 15, Monday, 7tb: Pcntalpha Lodge No. 23, Monday, 7th; Federal No. 1, Tuesday, 8tb; Now Jerusalem No. 9, Thursday, 10th; St. John's No. 11, Friday, 11th; Hope No. 20, Fri day, 11th. A. A. S. 11. Sanctuary Cathedral: Harmony .No. 17, Thursday, 10th. Blue Room: Acacia No. 18, Tuesday, 8th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 5, Monday, 7th; George 0. Whiting No. 22, Thurs day, 10th. Masonic Hall, Unlontown, Anacostla No. 21, Monday, 7th. Royal Arch Chapters. Mnsoulc Temple Washington No. 2, Thursday. 10th; Eureka No. 4, Friday, 11th. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 8, Tuesday, 8th. Commamlcrics Knights Templar. Maso...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 April 1890

12 THE-SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, APRIL 6. 1SQO FORGET-ME-NOTS. Cash on delivery Is not good enough for the Tost Office Department now. Mr. Wauamakcr, ns Postmaster General, wants cash In advance. Suppose a letter addressed to a gentleman In New York Is mailed in Washington, and suppose the stamps attached arc a cent short of the cor rect postage, the trouble that the Tost Office Department takes to collect that cent Is some thing Immense and very ridiculous. Formerly the letter would have been forwarded just as if it had been fully prepaid, and the shortage would have been collected from the addresseo on delivery. In that way no delay occurred, no time was lost, and no unnecessary labor or ex pense incurred. Now, however, the method Is different. Mr. Wauamakcr won't allow the let ter to be carried one foot until the shortage is paid up, no matter what serious consequences to the sender or the addressee may be Involved in the delay. Instead of forwarding the letter Mr. Wauamakcr sits dow...

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. — 6 April 1890

THESUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, APRIL 6, 1890. 13 A GOOD WEEK IN STOCKS. FJtr.K IJUYINCJ OF am. THIS local FAVOIUTKS. I,onn nnd Trust, American Security, Kings ItiHurnnco, and Columbia Hunk in Strong Doniand Oraphopliono Dull antl Heavy. Monday A dull and gloomy duy. Market In sympathy. Oraphophonc showed a little heavi ness, 10 shares selling at IB audi GO at 111, with free offerings around same figures. Washing ton Loan and Trust again in demand, 370 shares selling at $3, the amount paid In. American Security slightly weaker, 2 shares selling at 41 and 25 tit 401, with more to be had at latter figure, if wanted. Ten Citizens' Bank brought 105. The balance of the list showed no special changes. Tuesday Ho special feature was noted to day, the sales being of a miscellaneous charac ter, embracing several stocks that are but rarely traded In. Twenty Kckington Railroad sold at 05, a drop of $5 over last previous sale; 20 Georgetown and Tcnallytown Railroad brought par, (50,) making it tho fir...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 April 1890

14 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 6.1SQO. NEWS OF THE THEATRES. -ATTRACTIONS THAT HAVEGONE AND THOSE THAT AUK COMING. ."Louis (Tmuoft'H Kngagoinontut AlbiiiiRh'H Stronjj features on Tli i b "Week's Hills Tho Coming IJnly KngaKcmcnt at tho Nnttannl Notes of tlio Stage. Mr. Louis Jnmcs Is an nctor of sterling tncrit. In the palmy days of his career those days when stock companies nourished throughout the country, and eveu latterly when ho was content to support some leading actor be stood out among tho foremost of his cotemporcs as an artist of unusual versatility and worth. Ho did .not then contort his mouth and dig his chin into his larynx in order to simulate the hasso pro iundo of John McCullough as he docs now. .Nor did he then sacrifice consistency of inter pretation for the more robust glory found in ' the applause of the gallery. His engagement at Albaugh's last week, in which he appeared in a repertory of roles, disclosed a decided de parture from tho natural and easy style...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 April 1890

THE StlNDAY'HERALD, SUNDAY,-APRI-L6,1'S90. 15 MAItY MAGDALEN. VKHSRS ATTIIIIIUTKI) TO FRANCIS SCOTT KEY, AUTHOIl OP "STAH-BVANat.KD 11ANNKK." To the Imll of the feast enmo the sinful and fair, For alio heard In tho city thnt Jesus was then-; She marked not the splendor that blazed on tho board, But silently knolt at tho, feet of her Lord. Tho hair from her forohead, so sad and so meek, Hung dark o'er tho blushes that burned on her cheek; Add so still and so lowly she knolt tn her shame, Itscem'dllkchersplrlthad Mown from Its frame. Tho frown and the murmur went round thro' them all That one so unhallow'd should tread In that hall, And some said the poor would bo objects moro meet For tho wealth of tho perfumes she showcr'd on His feet. She mark'd but her Saviour sho spoke but In sighs; She dared not look up to the heaven of Ills oyea. And tho hot tears gush'd forth at each heave of her breast, Ab her lips to His'sjuidalssho throbblngly pressed. On the clouds after tempest as shlncst...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 6 April 1890

16 THESUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL. 6, 1SQO. JLsk-J' ITOITIi LIFE MISERAB Ka- H m HWMW HBH Hrl B-B IF SO WHY NOT BE HAPPY BY USING F. COOK'S OF LIFE ? Th.e Finest Chemical Preparation in the World. Established in Washington, D. C, 1868, INFLAMMATION, DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION, GAT Amur, WEAK AX J) SOB IE EYES, SORE THROAT, CHOLERA MORBUS, HE A DACHE, CHOLERA INEANTU3I, GOUT, SKIN DISEASES, CHRONIC 1)1 ARR IKEA , ACIDITY OE 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 the use and well sustained reputation of PROFESSOR T. A. COOK'S BALM OF LIFE, we deem ltduc its worthy discoverer and the public to add our earnest commendation of its efficacy. D. K. ARTHUlt, Chief Juetice. AHTHUK M.vcARTHUR, Associate Justice. A. B. OLIN, Associate Justice. ANDREW WYLIE, Associate Justice. DAVID C. HUMPHREYS, Associate Justice. R.J. MEIGS, Clerk ol the Court. H. J. MEIGS, Jit....

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 April 1890

JUt:& SJUfefeblg 3Satic30cl ntlli$mzt! VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, APRIL 13, 1S90. 16 PAGES. NO. 4 CURBING THE KAISER. WIIXIAML'S DESPOTIC TENDENCIES "WILT.atEET STERN RESISTANCE. ThoTiirltTQitoHllon IiOomlnRUn asaDan corous Ihsho in Gorman Politics Strength or tho Parties in tho Reichstag A "Warning to Russia. Copyright by New York Associated Press.! Beulin, April 12. Immediately upon his re turn from Wiesbaden Emperor William will hold a scries of prolonged conferences with the heads of thu various departments. It is re ported to bo the determination of tho Emperor to cxcrci6c a rigid personal scrutiny over every measure. Besides overloading himself with work he in tho mean time threatens to paralyze ministerial work. None of tho bills based on the decisions of the Labor Conference and pre pared by Baron Von Berlcpsch havo yet re ceived the final imperial sanction. The assent of the Bundesrath to the measures is doubtful. The federal governments do not share tho Em peror's e...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 April 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. APRIL 13. 1S90. -.A.T- 0 1 S0 X 4 SUES'VESIINr'E'IX iSTlFSJESiEST"., LAD IES' AND CENTS iEVALJNTCry" G-OOX3S H k b hH fg B Qn In K Hi H 9B A Hi w IB Hk. Bf M 91 Bf H L&JH HRHbh FURNISHINGS. and INTOI? IONB LADIES' 11 TO r hi J H 1 1 ii hL bb FURNISHINGS, GENTS' ' FURNISHINGS. FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS TRIMMED HATS. Trimmed Hats, in all tho latest shapes, at $2.50. Trimmed Toques, in all tho latest styles, at 2.50. oOO Pattern Hats and Bonnets to select from, all the latest effects, $3.30 and -rKin,Pna,ace"PatternIIatsnnd Bonnets, all our own exclusive styles, at coiSlris,ainfttern IIats aud Bonnet5t our own importation, wilt close them at UNTRIMMED HATS. Ladies' Untrimmed Hats, in all colors, at 23c Ladies' and Misses' Untrimmed Hats, better quality, 39c untrimmed Hats, in Fancy Braid, at 49c. untrimmed Hats, in Diamond Braid, at 73c. Lace Braided Hats and Bonnets, in all the latest shapes, at 87c. Fine quality Hair Braid Hats, in all the latest shapes, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 April 1890

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 April 1890

THJ SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 13. JLS9Q. I'tf i iUrchii) iiaitann1 Xiiiflitgnircr. TH NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER esTAtuswo isw THE SUNDAV HERALO S7A3USHfO 1363. Entered at the Pout Offlco at Washington, T. On RuSocond-olnasIUntter. SOCIETY NEWS AND CHAT. J. A. II. SOUtK, T. HKSSKY, ....Proprietors. Editorial ami Publication Otncee, No. 400 Tonth Street Northwest. The Editor of The Sunday Hxiiai.d cannot undertake toprcscrvcor return rejected communi cations. Persons who desire to possess their com munications, if unused, should retain a copy. The regular Lenten season of pennnee and sclf-ilcnial is over, but we arc to have a sup plementary season ol suffering. The tariff! tic bate will soon begin. Mr. llnxiiY CiuiiLKS Lka, of Philatlelplila, hns been pitching into Senator Quay in "an open letter" to the President, whom he warns against the dangers of evil associations. When 3Ir. Lka has once known the joy of being "Chief "Magistrate of 65,000,000 of free men," as lie puts it, and wan...

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
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