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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 April 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 13. 1890. SOCIETY NEWS AND GHAT. Continued from third jxiflf. One of tbe prettiest of the Easter weddings took place in Epiphany Church on Wednesday ovcuitiL', when Miss Anno Gettysburg Venzey and Mr. Clifford S. Walton were united. Tho chancel of the church was beautifully decorated with smilax, palms, hydrangeas, and Easter lilies. The ceremony took place at 8 o'clock, the Rev. Dr. McKlm officiating. Tho bridal procession of six ushers, four bridesmaids, and a maid of honor advanced up the aisle to tho strains of (he Lohengrin wedding march. Tho maids were all in white tulle, with satin bodices decollete and corsage bouquots of lilies of tho valley. Miss Townsend, the maid of honor, walked just in front of tho bride. She wore a graceful Greek gown of pale violet, with long streamers of ribbons from the shoulder. Tho brldo followed on her father's arm. Her gown was of the conventional whito satin, mndc dec ollete and en tralne, the front of superb s...

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

CONGRESS AND THE SERVICE. Subscribe for Tun Sunday Hbhald 20c. per mouth, delivered nt your residence early Sun day morning. Sns'ATC Mr. Gray adversely reported the bill (lSSS)for the promotion of Hear Adm. James E. Jouett. Mr. Evarts reported the bill (1SG9) for the erection of au equestrian statue of Gen. John Stark. Mr. Squire introduced (by request) a bill (3420) to provide the State of Wasliingtou with a light art. Mr. Hoar introduced a bill (3140) authorizing the Ficsidcnt to place on the retired list of Army ofliccrs the name of John M. Goodhue. Mr. Spoouer favorably reported the bill (33(5) for the relief of Maj. Daniel N. Mash, paymr., U. S. A. Mr. Paddock introduced a bill (3440) grant ing a pension to Mary L. Radford, widow of Hear Adm. William Radford. Mr. Butler introduced a bill (34.13) providing for the construction of a dry-dock at Port Royal, S. C. ftr. Chandler reported the bill (2540) to limit the apnoiutmcut of civil eugs. in the Navy. Also, the bill (9G9) to pro...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 April 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 13, 1SQO. AT THE PLAY-HOUSES. NOTAIILE ATT1S ACTIONS ANVOUNC VOlt THE COMING "WEEK. M PrnnecU or u Krllllunt Weolc of Comoily at tho National OnonliiB of tlio Spring nnd Summer Opera Season at Albaujjh's "Cnpt. Swift" Goncriil Notes. "dipt. Swift," which hekl the boards at Al baugli's Opera Hotiso last week, is a success botb I in itself ami on account of its artistic protluc- I tion. Tbe play is distinctively original in con ception. Instead of tbe conventional bcro of melodrama, embodying a combination of moral ity and nobleness, tbe central figure comprises an adventurer of tbe boldest type, driven to re morse by iullucnces of love and kindness, as sisted by the bard band of tbe law. The story is a romantic one Mr. Scabrook is an elderly gen tleman of wealtbwbose city borne is in London. Before ber marriage Mrs. Scabrook by an unfort unate alliance, afterward discovered to baro been illegal, became tbe motber of a son. To bidu tbe evidence of ber ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 April 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 18, 1SQO. I AS IN A US IN VIII PICTURES. O YOU get down in our vi cinity to-day? If you do stroll found our corner. LooJc in at our window displays. Mir rors of our stock eight of 'cm. Inlhc extreme west Market Space window is a little of everything for outside wear. Between forty and fifty styles of OVERCOATS taken at random from the hundreds of different ones that are in stock. A LIVERY or two to show the tendency of fashion. Here and there a new pattern in FAXTS, andacrumb or two off the immense loaf of WHITE and FAXjOY VESTS we are carrying. In the other Marlcet Sjacc win dowfrom top to bottom are XEGLIJE SHIRTS. It's a pretty effect. The man who draped it combined the colors to give the ivholc harmony. Couldn't have done that, though, if individually the shirts were not of exceptionally tasty patterns. Head the card in the centre. You will find the prices as interesting as the shirts. 'Hound the corner. Beentliinlc liiff about LIGHTER UXDER WEAR...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 April 1890

R5Si O' j inix- WUi, &kitxn&l titllinKx! 9Pr- ESTABLISHED 1SOO. APRIL 13.1S90. PAGES 9 TO 16 GLITTERING Gil APIIOPHONE LACKING THi: SUri'OKT OP ITS EKIENDS, TAKES A TUMBLE. Columbia Hanlc Strengthens on Mr. War ner's Election West Emlllnnlc Active Great Italia Ico lloomlnc Trust Stoofcu Dull Tho Bond Market Improves. The special features of the trading during the week have been tho strong tone of Columbia Bank stock on tho gratifying news of Mr. War ner's reelection to tho presidency and the grow ing weakness of Graphophono ou free offerings to sell. The first shows the effect of the con fidence felt lu the selection of the gentleman who has already brought the bank to its pres ent high slaudard, and tho second cause arises, no doubt, from the superabundance of brilliant promises, which have as yet failed of materiali zation. It was noticeable, too, that the friends of tho bank showed their confidence by their u-nihirrnnKs to buv. while, nor contra, the friends of that "glit...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 April 1890

i Jttii, SUNDAY HKKALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 13, 1S9Q. X.J k A LAY SERMON BY BAB. 3IK11 SKNSIKIiK JDSAS ON JtAKKIAGR AND mYOKCK. Our Dlvorco I-nws Too Ioorc "VVhnt Mnltos 1VonnnIjovnl)lc "Womnn's Duty to Ilcr llusbnnd Is Queen Vlctnrln Rlulit ? Trotty Woman's Spring Uonnct. Special Correspondence of Sunday Hkhat.I). New Youk, April 11, 1S0O. Wc regard this as a progressive nge. Wc believe we know more llinn any people in the world, anil cverj woman's daughter among us would scofT nt the idea of not being a better political economist than was her graudmothcr. And yet she saves her money in the same way and secretes it in precisely the same place i. c, her stocking. You think this isn't true ? Well, then, you haven't seen the last new thing in stockings. Way on the upper part of the leg is set a cute little pocket, with a lap that buttons over, and in this Mademoiselle may put away the roll of bank notes that represents her win ter's savings. WIIBllH WOMUX CAK11Y TnEIU MONHY. Women have alwa...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 April 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 13. 1S9Q. 11 ATA T ITS VALUE IN IT DISSOLVES BOTH THE OHIO RHEUMATIC GOUT MID AMD THE grill ffiralrlFfi 11 I ISs & Slvtvl fib&bttMB A taw SEfKlT. THREE PATIENTS DISCHARGE SIX AND ONE-HALF OUNCES OF STONE. Stone in the madder Rheumatic Gout. Case or Col. Thomas II. Holt, 0110 of the Grout Cotton Msuiufitcturlng Kings of the South, ami Xdcutonant Governor of the Stnto of Nortli Carolina. Ho discharges ONE AND A XIAXjV OUNCES OF CALCULI niulor lis notion. Tils case stated by Ills family Vhyslclan, Dr. E. C. X.tilrt1, of Uaiv Klvor, N. C. STONE IN THE BLADDER (UMC ACID) DESTROYED BY THE ACTION OP THE WATER HI MEANS OB"1 SOLUTION OR DISINTEGRATION. AN OUNCE OF CALCULI PASSED UNDER ITS ACTION. THIRTY-FIVE CALCULI IN FORTY-EIQHT HOURS. Case of DR. I). J. WEISTLING, or Midulctowk, Fa., stated hy himself. "Experience in its use In STONE IN THE BLADDER, in my own person, eimblcs me to fittest theclllcaey of the RUFFALO L1THIA WATER In tills pninful mal...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 April 1890

r 12 THk SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, APRIL 13. 1S90. !l IMW IMflMJM w - tm immM iIHK3Hh tgCMTT! (7Pl(SK2t)Jl r-'iijwtfc .a- y ffCf -'Sflrt S5 Cash and 5 per Month, NO INTEREST. 5 Cash and $5 per Month. NO INTEREST. 5 Cash and 5 per Month. NO INTEREST. Id Cash and $5 per Month. NO INTEREST. 5 Cash and $5 per Month. NO INTEREST. i5 c ish and $5 per Month. li: NO INTEREST. 5 Cash and $5 per Month. NO INTEREST. So Cash and S5 per Month. NO INTEREST. $5 Cash and $5 per Month. NO INTEREST. $5 Cash and $5 per Month. NO INTEREST. $5 Cash and $5 per Month. NO INTEREST. $5 Cash and $5 per Month. NO INTEREST. This new subdivision, as its name indicates, is located in the town of Rockville, on the Me tropolitan Branch of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, within one-half an hour's ride in the comfortable cars of this road, which makes it more accessible and desirable than a great many subdivisions immediately adjacent to the city. Beginning at the depot and extending only a quarter of a mile the last ...

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

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 13, 1S90. iy SOME MODERN PAINTINGS. FINK EXAMPLES IN SKNIIORDE MKN DONCA'S COLLECTION. -Notable CnuviiscH by DcCuinps, Ccrot, nnrt Diaz A l'ortrnit of Ryron Thnt Was Painted for Walter Scott A Vino Work by Kcnjaiiiin West. Mr. ile Mcndoiif a, the spcclnlUrnzllIan envoy, has n rich collection of paintings by tho artists of the modern schools. lie has a half dozen by George Michel, the finest specimen being a land scape of great beauty aud richness of coloring, "L'abrcuvoir." It Is a pastoral, and the lazy cow in the strcnm of water in tho foreground, with the soft, yellow, brooding tone of lightovcrallls very charming. All Michel's pictures in the col lection represent poetical landscapes; one a highway and passing teams, another "A Moor land," another hills with trees In tho foreground well brought out, and still another a landscape and company of travelers. A. Q. Decamps is also recognized as a master Au the study of light. Mr. de Momlon f a no doub...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 April 1890

L4: THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 13.1S90. A NEWS OF THE LODGES. WHAT IS DOING AMONG TI1K CITY'S S15CRKT SOCIETIES. Coinlnc Notnlilc atnsonlc Celebration In lnUIinore Calendar for the "Wcolt Conferring or Degrees Items of Inter est to Itcclinbltcs nnd the I. O. M. The following -Masonic bodies meet upon tho evenings of the ensuing week: Lodaes. Mnsonic Temple Dawson No. 10, Monday, 1-Hlr, National No. 12, Tuesday, 15th; Washington Centennial No. 14, Wednesday, lGth: La Favctto No. 19, Thursday, lTth; Leba non No. 7, Friday, IStli. A. A. S. 1!. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Cathe dral: Osiris, U. D., Wednesday, lGth. Blue Room: Arminius No. 25, Monday, 14th: Colum bia No. 3, Wednesday, 10th. Mnsonic Hall, Nineteenth street and Pennsyl vania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, 18th. Mnsonic Hall, Virginia avenue southeast Naval No. 4, Thursday, 17th. Masonic Hall, Brlghtwood Stansbury No. 24, Monday, 14th. lioyal Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple Mt. Vernon No. 3, Monday. 14th; La Fayette No. .", ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 April 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, APRIL IS. IS&O. 15 NIGHT AND ItfOllNING. Time, though tho world tcvilos, If but dear woman smiles Of grief the pang beguiles, Of shame tho weeping Weary, the heart forlorn Drends tho cold-gray of dawn Till love, a rosy morn, Wakes from her sleeping t Time's chlcfcst honors pay To-day as yesterday-To-morrow, far away, Uncertain scheming. Only a Muttering bliss, Only another kiss, That merely likens this Of noonday dreaming 1 Sleep wraps tho sensos up Deep In tho ruby cup Tho small, tho greater, aup Celestial madness Visions tho cyollds kiss, Ou lips oT speech remiss Descends tho breathing bliss Of night's sweet sadness 1 Night ever brccdoth thought. What yesterday hath brought Fades on tho pago that caught Its Joy, its eorrow. Faint, fainter still tho sigh Music's soft measures die Dreamlaud's bright fancies ily The dawn to-morrow I J. F. Morton In Jioston Courier. THE LAUGHING SPUING. From tho French of Catullo MentK-s. White, pure, aud seemingly shado...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 13 April 1890

16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 13, 1890. AT3T XT1 F SO WHY NOT BE HAPPY BY USING Tke Finest Chemical Preparation in the World. Established in Washington, D. 0., 1868. LIFE M 1 I , r rs XJk iiii ir I i h p f INFLAMMATION, DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION, CATARRH, WEAK AND SORE EYES, SORE THROAT, CHOLERA MORBUS, 1LEADACIIE, CHOLERA INFANTUM, GOUT, SKIN DISEASES, CHRONIC DIARRHGDA, ACIDITY OK STOMACH, CRAMJPS, BILIOUS COLIC, BAD BOWELS, H Statements by the District of Columbia Supreme Court Judges and Other Prominent Citizens of Washington, D. C, and Elsewhere. From the use and well sustained reputation of PROFESSOR T. A. COOK'S BALM OF LIFE, we deem It duo Its worthy disco rorcr find the public to add our earnest commendation of Its cfiicacy. D. K. ARTHUR, Chief Justice. ARTHUR MacARTHUR, Associate Justice. A. B. 0L1N, Associate Justice. ANDREW WYLIE, Associate Justice. DAVID C. HUMPHREYS, Associate Justice. R.J. MEIGS, Clerk of the Court. R. J. MEIGS, Jr., Deputy Clerk of the Court. FRED...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 April 1890

JVnft WLhlig H&ixxnml ntllnjcK VOL. IKXV. WASHINGTON.SUNDAY, APRIL 20, 1S90. 16 PAGES, NO. 5 MR. BLAINE'S BENEDICTION. THE VAX-AMERICAN CONGRESS COM PLETES ITS TALK AND ADJOURNS. Tho Delegates Sny Goort-Byo to tho Presi dent nnd Start OH" on Their Trip Through tho Smith A 1,1st of Those on tho Excursion Train. "Invoking tho blessing of Almighty God upon the patriotic and fraternal work which has been hero begun for tho good of mankind, I now de clare tho American International Conference adjourned without day." Thcso were the words with which Secretary Maine, just before noon yesterday, closed his farewell address to the Fan-Aincricnu Con gress. A few moments later the delegates went to the White House to take formal leave of the President. Mr. Blaino had Mr. Zegarra on his arm as thoy entered the Executive Mansion, tho other members of tho conference following two by two. Messrs. Curtis and Smith were on hand to Interpret or otherwise lend a hand to keep tho delicate business m...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 April 1890

THE; SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL SO, 1SQO. 0 1 a-S 1 -4 SiEESIKTTIO: SJBK?EE33BBGCBW Store jr'JL (oLJLJLJL au Double II o v i n ii IB v 1 I lm lunllllf MILLINE BLACK and WHITE LEGHORN FLATS, worth $1.50; bargain price, 95c. Lace Straw Flats, open work, worth $1; bargain price, 45c. Black Flats, large size, worth 49c; bargain price, 19c. Children's Trimmed Sailors, worth 25c; bargain price, 12c Chip Flats, in all the latest colors, worth $1.62; bargain price, $1,19. Trimmed Hats, exclusive styles, worth $5; bargain price, $3.50. A special drive in Milan Flats, in black and colors, only a few left, worth $1.50; bargain price, 99c LADIES' FURNISHINGS. A drive in Swiss Ribbed Vests, only 10c. Better quality Swiss lllbbed Vesta, at 12c. Elegant quality BalbrigKan, high neck, ribbed sloovo, worth 39c; our price, 2oc. Silk Vests, flno qualities, in all colors, worth SI; our price, 75o. A full line of Cotton Underwear at King's Palace popular low prices. GENTS' FURNISHINGS. Our "King's Pal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 April 1890

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 April 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 2(). 1S90. Uhckii) Jlniionn1 Sntclligcnccr. Hv national Intelligencer ESTABLISHED 1601 THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABLISHED 18S5. Entered at tlio Tost Ofllco at Washington, I). C iw Second-class Mnttor. J. H. SOHLE, A. T. H15NSEY, .rroiirlotors. Editorial nml Publication Offlcos, No. 400 Totith Street Northwest. $80 IlEAVARD. "THE SUNDAY HUKALD" is convinced that there Is an organized Banc of paper thieves In this city, who follow Its carriers around and taho the pnpers from tho door steps. We will pay a reward or $S0 for tho nrrcst and conviction of any one of these thieves. $30 REWARD. Subscribers will confer a favor by notify ing this olllco when they fall to receive their paper, in ordor that tho matter may ho properly Investigated. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Sitbscriptton in advance) per vcar $2.50 Remittances should be made bi postal note, money order, or checks on jS'cw York or Washing' ton. men checks on banks in other cities arc sent the cost of collec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 April 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 20. 1S90. UEufcis; d&alxtmn. Wm H. SVIcKnew. 033 IT3NiVA.. .W3G3NXJ33, ffl8P 'V'2tl'!IW'H t. SOCIETY NEWS AND CHAT. Continued from third ytaac. Ti.,v..w 'fti'i-(-,TO Jt. . 4 ' . I .". I L .yibf . j ".: i A l.ll.... 4 o-M-r' "" . v l I .,, :; Wfd' mi &k iV !? ',' . )W'i fc Af-v ''Ay lrf$fa "s,W.f!i A miscellaneous lot of Misses' and Children's Fancy Long Cloaks, in desirable checks, stripes, mixtures, and plain shades; sizes, 8, 10, 12, and 14 years. Were $5, $6, $7, $7,50, $8, $10, to 13.25. Choice of the lot at the ridicu lously low price of $3. A miscellaneous lot of Chil dren's and Misses' Reefer Jackets, in plain shades, fancy stripes, checks, and mixtures, in light and medium effects; sizes 4, 6, S, 10, 12, and 14 years. Regular prices, $4 to $7. We offer you the choice of the lot at $3. These Reefers are particu larly desirable for spring wear, and at the above price ($3) are exceedingly cheap. W3I M. McKKBW, (Successor to K. Iff. Taylo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 April 1890

I m nr Y. g&u!&$m JC,' Jviv' il - : Ti?ssft 5r- NJM7 -;,IHi. fiTB? .5 v- I .. nn I ffl j u iTisMnvmni, u i v..ii -Wf CONGRESS AND THE SERVICE. Subscribe for Tun Sunday Hhkald 20c. per month, delivered at your resilience early Sun day morning. Senate. Mr. Walthall adversely reported the bill (3412) allowing extra pay to certain ofllccrs of the vol. service during the late war. Mr. Sawyer reported the bill (U.K. 5739) in creasing the pensiouof Sophia Scliimmelfcnuig, widow of Maj. Gen. Alex. Sehimmclfcnnig. Mr. Davis reported the bill (3158) granting an increase of pension to Mrs. Ellen W. Thornton, widow of Capt. James S. Thornton, of the Navy. Mr. Quay introduced a bill (3530) to authorize the Sec. to reopen the Navy Yard, League Island, l'n., for the construction and repair of vessels. This is the same bill introduced some time ago in the House by Mr. Harmcr. Mr. lliscock f by request) introduced a bill (35C0) for the relief of Arabella Riley, execu trix of the late Brevet ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 April 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD; SUNDAY, APRIL 20, 1890. FORGET-ME-NOTS. When the House of Representatives iodised to vote itself out of the public treasury the November salaries which Cashier Silcott had absconded with Crnin. of Texas, appealed to tho Court of Claims and obtained a judgment which benefited all his fellow-members as well as himself. In consequence of Crain's pcr seveiance all the members of tho House yester day received from Uncle Sam all tho back pay which was due them, and aggregatine In all about $75,000. Now some of the beneficiaries of tho action successfully taken in tho Court of Claims think Crnin ought to bo presented with a testimonial In the shapu of a gold watch aud a banquet, but others take a different view of the case and say that Cratn, having won his case, ought to celebrate the victory by "setting 'em up." How ungrateful 1 It is said of Craln, of Texas, that when ho was campaigning against the lato Tom Ochil tree In tho Galveston District ho suggested as an appro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 20 April 1890

MONEY BROUGHT It's a short story, One of the most prominent clothing manufacturers was late in the delivery of about a thousand of his Spring Overcoats and the order was countermanded. They were an elephant on his hands. We made him an offer. Our :ash hooked the prize. You can have your pick of them at They are Regular Garments Cut5 made, and trimmed in the best possible Worth every cent they were made up to sell for. But WE bought them at a bargain so shall you: , M ONDAY Think twice before you let the opportunity pass. selling them to your neighbors. ZEaL flw" BETWTffgl TOWN TALK. Gen. C. B. risk, Into Prohibition candidate for President of the United States, declares he i never drinks anything stronger than Cook's Balm of Life, either as a beverage or for dyspep sia. The band of the Capital City Guards plays the "Merry "War" waltz beautifully, and when they struck it up on the Avenue during the emancipation parade "Wednesday Daisy Miller and Lulu Taylor, colored girls, just could...

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