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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 April 1891

'I ). Kl I 22 THE SUNDAY HERALD, STLJN1DA.Y, APRIL 5. 1891. 1 mi ii 'A to l f F Iff r. n , J 14 fT iv R fe w i . f fc . r. j; I t. r 4r fl DECORATIVE PAINTING. AN INTERESTING DISCUSSION OF TREATMENT AND MATERIAL. A Dcprccntion of tUo Crnxo for WIiltc Hourcb Should ho Full of Bright, Immlnoua Color Modes of Treat ment "With i Vlotr to Economy. Tho following extracts from a papor read by Mr. George Howo before tho Not York Society of Architects will bo found of Interest and value by houso-bullders and painters: "It is possible that often In despair it is aald Let tho decoration save tho mark bo cream white,' for this gives the least troublo, le clean, and, unfortunately, at tho present moment is fashionable. Can color, or sur faces void of color, bo fashionable ? Impossi ble. The painting and decorattvo troatment of every house should bo, and can be, dealt ivith ou its own merits, olther according to situation or to tho feeling of the client, which should bo guided and brought into sh...

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 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 April 1891

:- r y - "!?Y 8P .'.', jV't ,"" "' ' i '-.if ii,AMiaMMWWWWnBHWWIHlBBTMnHWTWMHniTMTTTVBWMWr-nnMTlffT1WnMllfy "","' ' ' ' 'mif' '' ' -'WWI&IHH M I ' -v V- ' I $. ' ..." THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 1891. 28 LIKE A NEW STREET. jSnssmrsmot ?j$j;&iicrjfc:j. k m THIS JtKMAKKAIir.E CHANGES GOING ON ON G STREET. It IhKnitidlyAsflumincrtho AlroraJJust linp Uuslncss Street Several Pino Now Unlltling-i Soon to lie Erected On It. Tlio most rcmarkablo feature iu the devel opment o the business porttou of the cltj' Is the sudden chauge which has como over G street in' the last couple of weeks. No one who crosses that street auywhero between Fifteenth mid Ninth can fail to note it. A single glance makes you doubtful whether it is really Q street that stretches before you, nnrt you aro half inclined to look for the old landmarks, and tako your bearings othonvlso in order to make certain that you have not in a fit of abscntmindedncss strayed into n strange part of the city. Without ex...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 April 1891

it 4 ihf 17 I 2-4 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 1S91. BATH IRON AND TIMBER CO., .if i! n I W II ii if r s t H OFFICEBS s President, ORIN DOUGLASS, Merchant, Boston, Mass. First Vice President, WBt. A. HAfoMONl), Surgeon General U. S. A. Retired. Second Yice President, J. N. HUSTON, Treasurer United States. Treasurer, J. S.XAWRENCE, Real Estate, Washing ton, D. C. Secretary, WATSON BOYLE, of Janney, Lee & Boyle, Attorneys, Washington. WM. A. HAMMOND, Washington, D.. J. N. HUSTON, Connersville, Ind. ROBT. J. THOMAS, Alexandria, Va. JOHN CRITCHER, JR., Alexandria, Va. , LOUIS C. BARLEY, Alexandria, Va. WM. S. BUER, Boston, Mass. ORIN DOUGLASS, Boston, Mass. DIRECTORS : J. Y. JOHNSTON, 2a Murray. Street,, New York. WM. J. RANNELS, Department of Justice. W. J. DANTE, Washington, D. C. v E. L. MATTICE, Washington, D . 0. J. C. HAYDON, Jeanesville, Pa. 0. G. LEE, Washington, D. 0. ' , -"i J. S. Lawrence, Washington, D. (J. ' This Company is incorporated under the Laws of Virginia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 April 1891

wqpfpv r s "TMT ?' 1 1 ra?p EffiSlSi 'I VMPHNWjljHfti P? ptw'H?Pj PT'w'rjTOlSF ?fp; fa-f " rnnr r"WJWrpf?SjJFTf !FfPPWr??fP , - r'Twrjjioryik ' FVwpTWX,&$mgl I t Jtatfr Blffssfclg sUsttixmal ItitUi0ttJCM; 4 VOL. XXVI. WASHINGTON.SUNDAY, APRIL 12,1891.-24 PAGES, NO. -4 " ' ? y ' H DI RUDINI'S DOUBLE GAME VltlDAY NIGHT'S SENSATIONAL RE PORT INSPIRED HY HIM. At tho Siuno Time No Such Threat aa Stated Was Made to This Govern-mont-Tho Coming Reckoning With Italy. Yesterday's developments in the Italian af fair make it evident that tho Maiquis di Ku dtni, the Italian Premier, is still playing a double game. He finds it necessary to mako 'the Italians believe that ho Is prodding this Government up in most belligerent fashion In order to fire tho Dago heart and flatter the national vanity. He does this by allowing to become public such reports as that of Friday night, to the effect that ho had threatened to end United States Minister Porter home and break off all diplomatic relations wi...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 April 1891

('. LVJ? A1-. 2 THESUNDAY KEER.AJLJD, SUNDAY, APRIL 12. 1S91. II I r l&i. ! h I IN THE STOCK MARKET. A FA1K AMOUNT OF BUSINESS MONK 1.AST WEEK. Activity In Knilroml ShnrcR Some Point Alont Telephone Stock Little Doing In Graphopliono Electric I.lght and ltnnk Stock. Although the transactions last week wcro not largo in any single stock the aggregate sales were of fair proportions ami the deal ings well distributed throughout the list. "Washington Gas 6tock is so firmly hold as almost to preclude transactions at present. The bid was advnnced from 43J to 441, and the aBkitig "price from 44 to 45. But 51 6harcs of stock were sold during the week. For 20, 44 was paid and 25 brought 44. Tho closing bid was 44J. There were moro transactions than usual in railroad shares. Two llttlo lots of Washing ton and Georgetown brought 245. For 40 Eckington and Soldiers' Home 501 was paid; 2 Bhares brought 565. For 19 Belt Rail road 53? was paid. But the strongest stock among the railroads was Ge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 April 1891

II" " TPlill5EllflBBti ri-1- '!"''" ,a&&gEji J .. M." i ) m- i THE StJiMDAY HERALD, SUNDAY APRIL 12, 1891 COMEDIES AND CONCERTS WIMj ME I.EADINO VKATUIIKS OV THIS "WEEK'S ENTKIITAINMEKT. Daly's if anions Company ni tho National, and that Itolllcltlnir Musical Ifnrco, "The U. S. Mali," at AlbiuiRh's Con certs of tho Week. MIbs Paulino Hall Iiqb hcrotoforo stood out prominently among tho motnbors of tho cast in tho Aronson Company, but last week at Albaugh's Grand Opera llouso sbo sbowed to better advantage than over before, for two reasons Firstly becauso of a natural gain In case acquired by experience, and secondly be cause of tho inferiority of tho ladles of tho cast with whom 6ho is brought In contrast. It Is to bo hoped that tho effect duo by tho latter causu Is not induced by premeditation ou the part of tho management. Tho charm ing opera "Erminlc" was presented during tho first part of tho week, and "'Amorita" fol lowed during tho latter part. In "Ennlnlo" Miss Hall i...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 April 1891

r THE SUJMrY HERALD.SUNDAY. APRIL 12, 1891. 4 IPS m I tt f . i 3 if pi If E ti V' A K. 0e untop HJeraft ANb TOccfttE (rtaftonaf 3nf cfRgcnccr. THE NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED 1S00. THE SUNDAY HERALD ESTABLISHED US6. Entered ntllic Post Office nt Washington, D. C, as Second-class Mutter. J. H. SOUL15, A.T. HKNSKY, .Proprietors. Editorial nnd Publication nniccs South west Cor. 11th nnd K Sts. N. "W. $30 REWARD. THE SUNDAY HERALD" Is con vinced that there In nn organized enne of paper thieves In this city, who follow Itn carriers around and take the papers front tho door-Btops. Wo -will pay a ro wnnl of $30 for tho arrest and convic tion of any ono of these thieves. $30 REWARD. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscription (in advance) per year $3.50 Remittances should be tncule by postal note, money order, or checks on New York or Wash inafon. When checks on banks in other cities arc sent the cost of coUectionwill be deducted. The .Editor of The Sunday Herald can not undertake to preserv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 April 1891

j;ipt?wr,f'f' -'-? k" f "; ' - ' " '" i - ' s i v j j!Lul!rTLL n4ni jHBMMI-------M-te-i ' 1 it l .tS S$IV " '-" SVtf v ,l ii I PA" THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 1891. 5 v if-"" " y"-"F"" w,," """ '"w ", p, , " i fi21 la II lt! f w "I H 'I I U4 5 IP IT SHOULDN'T 11AEN WASHINGTON W1U, SEi: TII13 FIRST GAItlK TO-atOKllOAV. The Grounds arc In Pretty Good Condi tion nnd the llloncherH arc Itourty for the KntluiHiaslH General Sporting News. Promptly at. 4:30 o'clock to-morrow after noon Q round-keeper FItz will Bound tho gong that will call to play tho teams that arc to open tho championship 8ca60ii hi this city. This statement Is published with tho full as surance that tho grounds are in splendid con dition and arc ready for occupancy. Tho bright, sunny days of tho past wepk have al lowed tho contractors to 'get t)c ground leveled oft to a nicety, and surveyors have laid oft a diamond thati3 true to a thousandth part of an inch. The grand staudsjaro finished and ready for tho crow...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 April 1891

tU- V 6 '1'HE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, APRIL 12, L891. t I f I ' I'l ) I? - B c t! fcT THE MOUTH-ORGAN BAND. When fireflies dance and tlic rosc3 nro bloom ing, And lilies bcml low to the breezes' caress; When beetles at eve through the gloaming nro booming, And summer has donned her beautiful dress; Oh thou, as tho stars in thoflrmnmont glisten. And nittht spreads her innntio abroad o'er the land, 'Tis pleasant to sit at tho window and listen To the sweet serenade of tho mouth-organ band. It isn't pretentious, this organization; Its members arc few; thero is "Skinny do Kid," The blacking of boots is his humble vocation, But his musical genius could novcr bo hid. And there's "Hob," he sells papers along with his fellows, Ho's short just ono lee nnd he's minus ono hand, But hos chock full of music; with lungs liko a bellows Ho plays tho loud bass for thB mouth-organ band. And there's Widow McGann'a littlo boy "ho'a a daisy 1" So all his companions declare with a smile, And add, "Wy, dat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 April 1891

""4 "V 5 f j IjiBaBHKMBTggraraiBWiaMP'VT IPf '" " "", J 1 " '" r "i i i"wff -, I , i ? e xr& MK. c - JI3MiJWWJWr1 - - "-1 - 'A THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, APRIL12, i89i. i FAST FOREIGN. SOCIETY. SOttK OF MttS. JOHN SIIBHWOOM'S OHSKKVATIONS IN EUKOl'K. Almost. Tempted lo Say Hint Kurnpcnn Society Men Have No MornlR ltut Had aiornln DUfloluto KngliHli Arlhio ;rutn. Mrs. .John Sherwood, nuthoruml esBaji6t, Is a living rufuUUon of tho adage that conver sation is one of the lost arts. At lenst so thouaht it llr.KAi.u reporter, who found this interesting woman in the pnrlorof tho Arling ton one duy recently. Mr6. Sherwood 1ms not been writing, thinking, and observing all theeo years for nothing. Besides giving ber an exhauotlcss stock of well-digested ideas, it has civen her sound judgment, well shown In her admiration for Washington. "It is In muny ways un ideal city." bIio Bald. "There is hero what one seeks for in vain in other American elites n well-defined, come-at-nble, intellectu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 April 1891

ft i ' ! i i rHL SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. APRIL IS, 1891. i f l ( i l i5 tf 1 i VF o TOWN TALK. Ainmr our lending social people thcro has been orintc n decided tendency toward clilnn pnintini,- and the Interest lias become so urcat that the classes of the leadliw instructors are becoming crow ded. It Is the intention of Pro f essor bharrctt, the leading teacher or this city, to Rive nn exhibition at an early day at his studio, 51 S Ninth street, in order to show oil' the wonderful proKre made by his pupils in Tvorkinp in Royal Worcester and Dresden styles. Somo ot tho work that the Hr.itAi.u representative inspected thcro yesterday, Frotefsor Shurrett said ,wascntiioly painted by several prominent ladies in tho hlRlicst ranks of society, and when tho exhibition takes ulaco their uasies will bo placed on tho work. Mrs. Harrison twkes a great interest in the work, nnd is heisclf. one or tho best china painters, and her oxamplo has sot tho tashlon. The exhibition of Trorcssor Shnrrett wi...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 April 1891

w . i5f.iH ' M '-ifh m ElK' . AN .-VfK ''. dl" Urcft 3afffel. $&i,caml Ittligitjc ESTABLISHED 1800. APRIL 12,1891. PAGES 9 TO 16 WHAT SHALL GIRLS READ? IT'S EASY TO KICK. teMky jtfTS. aJlV .SN v 9"Bvjv 4 .KkV r. v !;; B ill n THE l'KENOH NOVEI, AND THK RUS SIAN STOKV DISCUSSED. Mrti. Sheridan on Light Readlng-Sho: Ob JoctH to George Eliot Mrs. Senator Vance Thlnkrt tho I'ronoh Umlwrratod and Cites Some Did Ensllxti Nbvols Ouldu's Novels Should Ho Kopt from tho Young Mra. Field Pays' Hor lto spectfl to Mr. Rudyard Kipling: and Mrs. Gen. Miles DincuHses Tolntol and tho "Kreutaer Sonata She Believes In Good American Stories JIra. Iiowrlo Hell on Heading- CIuub and Other Mat ters. . 'i Two years ago every oiic in Washington so ciety was rending Tolstoi. Young'girls vent wilil over "Anna Karchina," and a'Scnator's wife told me that she had taken all of the great Russian novelist's works -with her to the sea-shore for her summer reading. Then wo had a craze of Ibsen, and what wo will ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 April 1891

L-,. .i'5a- j-im is 'nrtM!ii-jf.- V -'-Xii vf-?vnnr tint Wr 4 THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, APRIL 12. 1891. 10 ! 4 t Ji I i k -i if fr . LAST SOLEMN SCENES. XMPRKSS1VJ3 CEUKMONIES OVBUTHK ItBMAlXS Or AHJERT PIKE. The aiidnlght Masonic Vitnornl Ser vices nt GongroRiitionnl Church Touching Tributes to tho Heart Grnml Commnmlcr. A very pretty incident occurred Inst, Sunday showing tho respect in which tho Into Gen. Albert Pike was held by nil classes of Jiosons. Jlithras Lodge of Perfection, Washington Commnndery No. 1, Mount Vernon Chapter No. 3, nnd Benjamin B. French Lodge No. ir were ordered out to attend tho funeral of their late brother, Z. T. Carpenter. After escorting hiB remains to Rock Creek Cemetery a. council of the presiding officers was held, and it was decided to proceed in a body to the House of the Temple and view the remains of tho General, which at thnt time were lying in state in the council chamber. Accordingly tho long procession of carriages drove to the corner of T...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 April 1891

. -I'-T'.Trw.TsvyjJJi mmmmmmsmwmMTW'''w' w:'i '''y' ' " v;j V1" -" r 'n :, :.. i . ..... .v. i. ''SinKKBKKEK Ki THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY.APRIL 12. 1891, 11 PLEASE Bear in miiHl k The fact tbai tlio First of Mav will soon k ( r II Here and that gentlemen will investigate Tlieir wardrobes. We would respectfully suggest that We cannot he excelled in the beauty of our Spring Styles, The fit and Workmanship of our garments, and 'The moderation of our prices. BRADSTREET & CO., 1417 Penna. Ave. fireai Slaughter Sale of iaraess! BUGGY and ROAD HARNESS. .$20 Harness Reduced to $15 00 $25 Harness Reduced to $18 00 $30 Harness Reduced to $22 50 .$35 Harness Reduced to $25 00 -$4.0 Harness Reduced to $30 00 Mivrness and Trnnks Repaired at Short Notice. A LARGE LINE OF TRUNKS AND TRAVELING BAGS AT KNEESSI'S, - v BBS BHflHH HHH HHHHfe H H flH HHH fli ART-DEALER GALLEBIES 1217 E STREET. BRAND STORES loELROY'S ART STORE, 1008 PENNA. AVENUE. ETCHINGS, ENGRAVINGS, WATER COLORS, PHOTO GRAPHS, and...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 April 1891

K- -AtstK 4 , JMt-8MO3t! X j. .iScrvW 1 :ar..iHi" Wl O APT FVltifiMifeAXTn fW AIT' )ttSW$aVfimttimM Jmmti ,.rt ffftM fkM&2lTa'i iM'Tiik .iin .! irriiiii ilk ihihiij vyu:iiuj'LMr jf i iiiiiiii in a i ii ii i u i i iwii in ii i i n w i i n a- ri-rf--EwoJi r jii jtvi iijrn itviko.x''. v -fml - J i muni t i 'r riri i--"" - r' r rT-r -f i aw . al x wk jt - ""' 'Hi a toiMpi&w At her afternoon reception Wednesday Mrs. Harrison announced her intention of going with the President on his Southern and "West ern tour. Quite a number availed themselves of this opportunity of calling at the White House, and thoyhad also the pleasure of seeing Mrs. Kussell Harrison, who was re ceiving with Mrs. Harrison. Mrs. Dimmick was spending the afternoon at the "White House and she also was present. The friend6 of Miss Anna Parker and Mr. John B. Larner filled the New York-avenue Presbyterian Church on Wednesday evening to "witness the celebration of their marriage. The platform and reading desk were...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 April 1891

! V 1W & THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 1S9J. 13 ,rW'JW "w$ammgmlM iwry7'pTlii miw&$mm 'fWWm 'V l f ' j " - ? ecwanfmw-wf .. . x ' ' - ' ''sr x -i t . . PP ;4 ifWW w ff!P!mW e ' R ft GOSSIP OF TILE GtllLS. Alice Confides to Dear Louise the Goings On in Washington. My diuii Louise: Saturday is tho f asuion ablo day for entertaining just now. I have noticed tliis tendency during the entire win ter, and it is very marked this spring season. It is also coming in favor as a wedding day. I suppose tho Princes Louise and tho Duke of Fife sot tho fashion. Weddings of all kinds quiet homo affairs, morning ceremonies, and spectacular evening weddlnns have been features of tho two weeks intervening since Enstcr. Several liaudsomo luncheons aud dinners have been given. But this time of tho year is tho season for tho collego boys, who are tho heroes of tho hour. Mrs. Marcellus Bailey entertained the Pennsylvania boys aB delightfully as Mrs. Whittomore did tho Yalo clubs Ea6ter Mond...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 April 1891

I iW 4Ns- - k1 ar3T5rT - - v " - R j A 'I 14 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. APRIL 12. 1891. IDLE WOMEN'S FOLLIES. VI! ON CIS lOKK AVOIUUKS 11 Kit GIDDY TIKAD .VlJOU'-TTlltSM AiulTlumGors Ofl' lit id GlvesiuiImitatWm of AVoinnn 3Inlicl on a lMuclc-Kj'etl ActorDi owing n Dog In iiTcnGuwn A Onnino Vunerul. ONE CENT I i Correspondence of The Sunday HnnAi.w. Neav Youk, April 10. "When lovely woman stoops to folly, in the Avay of catering to a pet dog, sbo becomes the most all-round idiot scon under the sun. This taste Is appealed to rather more in I'm is than it is in New York, hut smnll dogs who have been over th& ocean blue arc coming home most frightfully and fearfully got up. Some place near the Palais Royalc in Paris is a shop that is exclusively dedicated to the wardrobes of small doggies, and one or two of the latest mode have ap peared here. 1 regret to say that the American small boy jeered at him, aud, notwithstanding the pride of his mistress and his French ap pearance, poor d...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 April 1891

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 1S91. 16 FACTS ABOUT THE GREAT BANKRUPT SALE PURCHASED FROM THE ASSIGNEE OF MESSRS. HOWELL & MURRAY. Fact 1. Wo have bought this stock at a prion which enables us to sell the goods fully 25 per cent, less than the first cost of production. Fact 2. The stock consists of only the finest and best grades of goods mode. Every pair of shoes In the store guaranteed to bo strictly solid leather outer and Inner eoles, nnd first-class In every way. Fnct8. Wo aro compelled to close out this stock In a short time, and must sell, no matter how great the sacrifice. Parents In need or shoes for their children will find this a golden opportunity. Children's Shoes from 25c. a pair up. Ladles' Custom-mado Shoes at less than half actual value. Men's Shoes of tho finest grades almost given away. It will pay you to buy thorn whether you need them or not. Como aul examine the extraordlnnrv bargains that wo have placed on our odds and ends tables. Children's Shoes ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 April 1891

. .-- js- .v5V VfT '," 5f,"'' t9vftw3'-'vktrn ;.., 3 ir.y,?Sr,t-?r- fV-"? T" ,., "Sf -T" I 1(3 Tilt.-: SUXUAV HKKALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 1891. - i Slkrfctan JgteljfcSS IN ALEXANDRIA. . ' f?fZ$s& frnMfmt it .'in uwwjyfry, i( f r ! . ti 'i I i in u : i ; a.,j ?ui , a '. 1 K' & 8! II j k & :SKS9I tarn' 6? i Wa W H ii i fr i . U hi LATIMER A SLOAN, Auctioneers, 1409 G street, uearl. S. Treasury. IMPORTANT AiTOlTOillEft'T. Continuation of MflSSEL SALE AT WORM LEY'S HOTEL PARLORS, Corner Fifteenth and II streets. Embracing beautiful specimens of Louis XIV, XV, and XVI Cabinets, Tables, Secre taries, Chairs, etc., Empire and Marquotrie pieces of the llucst design and workmanship. Finely carved Ivories, fine specimens of Jado, and a splendid nssoitment of old Dutch, Irish, and English Repousse Silver. Largo elegantly carved Oak Tall Hall-Clock, Cam bridge and "Whlttlngton Chimes, Month, Moon, and Day. Beautiful Gilt Hanging Mirrors. "French Cabinets, Secretaries, Chairs, Tables, ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 April 1891

"as. ,, rs"fFwi?,5up ' fW" " ' ' TYr'"" BA y fy wmwm p t 3kn3x Weekly jjlsttlxwal ltttUi0ttJC.. SUNDAY. APRIL 12. 1891. PAGES 17 TO 24 fe iih.iy WEATHER AND BUSINESS. HOW ATMOSPIIEIUC CONDITIONS AF FECT THE MARKETS. Uutlclers Irapatlcntto Comufcuco Opera tions A, Suggestion to Owners of Un improved Property Plenty of Capital Awaiting Investment. The few good days experienced lost week showed by way of contrast the influence of the weather on business. The constnnt rain with which the Eastern section of the country has been treated during the past few months has had a most decided effect on all classes of business not so much a depressing as a re pressing effect. Business has been ready and willing to bud and blossom into great activity for sbmc time past, but the Weather Bureau has delayed its sanction to the appeals for "spring openings," and the buyer and seller have been patiently waiting to meet each other upon the mart under favorable conditions. Both aie well primed and the me...

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