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KING'S PALACE. 814
MILLINERY AND WRAP
ON APRIL 1
BisLarck was bom on All-Fools' Day, In tlie
year hi the battle o Waterloo, yet, notwith
standing the inauspicious date, be has 6ecmed
to gtt along very well in the world. There are
people who think that the acceptance of Bis
mol ciji'g resignation as Chancellor of the Ger
man lEmpire by the young Emperor William
aura for propriety's sake to have been post-
Annn Hll tlin first nf Anrll. Hut T ilnn'tknnw.
As Lord Beaconsfleld used to say, what's the
good of a fellow unless he's a devil of a fellow ?
And what's the good of an emperor unless he's
a holy terror ? I believe in turning the rascals
out, aud Bismarck has had his bhare of office-'
holding and of gout. It's time for him to fol- ,
low McGinty. Give the boys a chance, I
say 1. Germany and the world can get along
without Bismarck. No man is indispensable.
In this ago of general enlightencment it is'not
necessary to idolize any man. Hero-worship I
is folly. I believe that there are finer voices and i
higher talents for singing than Patti's. I be
lieve there are thousands of abler statesmen
than Bismarck, and I have no doubt there are
crowds of greater pugilists than John L. Sul
livan, if wo could only find them; and wo shall
never And them if we don't give them a chance
to come to the frout. Therefore, I say turn
the rascal out. Bismurck, get tlico gone.
Col. Sam Johnson, the able correspondent of
the Cincinnati Enquirer, is one of tho closest
observers and keenest critics in Washington,
ire eald the other day that tho effect of tho
Civil Service law would be, If properly carried
out, to fill tho Departments with ugly old
women, iustead of the pretty young ones that
always get their appointments under tho spoilR
system. Well, I am very glad tho Civil Servico
law doesn't operate very much. The fact is
apparent, for anybody can see at a glance that
tho girls in the Depaitments aro all young and
Tho elevator man in one of tho Departments
is a great gossip. Every time I enter tho build
ing and take a lift In tho elevator tho gossiping
conductor, who is something of a humorist,
has a story to toll. On tho last occasion it was
about a lady clerk in tho Department who re
ceives a salary of $1,200 a year.
People wJll get up occasionally with terrible
heads on them in the morning, aud knowing
this to be so, a philosophical friend of mine the
other day consulted some of tho ablest physi
cians in town as to what could be done for tho
relief of such a head.
For tho benefit of all whom It may concern I
give the prescriptions of Dr. Liucoln and Dr.
Stanton: "I have no sympathy with tho drluk
inir patients," said Dr. N. S. Lincoln. "I
think that the propor tiling to do with a man
when ho gets tight is to string him up by the
thumbs and ilog him within an iuch of his life.
After a continued lit of driukiug tho only
thiug to do with tho man is to lock him up and
give him absolutely no stimulants. A lltllo
Belfast ginger-alo may do him no harm, but
don't give him a drop of whisky or any strong
drink. For a simple case of Bickuess in tho
morning, arising from a too liberal use of tho
llowiug bowl the night before, there Is nothing
better than hot water internally and cold water
externally. Take copious drafts of hot water.
The first draft may produce a vomit. Thon
THE; SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY,
WE ARE NOW DISPLAYING ADVANCE STYLES OF
USUAL KIM'S PALACE LOW PEICES WILL PBEYAIL
taico more not. water, it will remove tho nau
sea. After the hot water some bromo caffeine
may be taken. Don't try to eat until you have
an appetite. A bath is a" good thing, too. You
may use hot water for the feet, but for the head
the water must be cold. Shower plenty of cold
water on the head. Bar-room cocktails I don't
believe in at all. Some homa'opathists believe
in the doctrine of la hair of the dog that bit
vnn lint H fc nil ivrnnrr "
.7.1.. . -"" ".v-0
scusitatinc a man who has beeudrinklne," said
Dr. J. O. Stqnton. "Bromo caffeine is very
good. A tincture of capsicum (cayenne pep
per) added to the bromide may Improve it. I
used to havo a patient who habitually sobered
up on a bottle of champagne in the morning,
but 1 would not recommend my other friends
to follow his example. A simple glass of bro
mide is better than all the cocktaile the bar
keepers can supply."
"What does the McKinlev bill tax most" a
countryman asked a Congressman the other
day. "It seems to tax tho understanding more
than anything else," said the Congressman.
"Why, hello! Jack."
"How aro youV"
Such iu brief was tho greeting exchanged be- I
tweou Senator Blackburn, of Kcutucky, and i
cx-Bcprcsentatlve Jack Adams, of New York, '
when they met In tho room of the Appropriations i
Committee the other day for the first time siuco I
tho latter disappeared from the House with the
termination of the Forty-ninth Congress. Mr.
Adams and ox-Congressman Foran had been '
trying hard to convince each other and a select '
group of hearers, the ono that President Clove
laud's tarliT reform policy was what defeated I
the Democratic ticket at the last Presidential 1
election: the other that if it had not been for
the tariff reform policy as embodied in tho ex- ,
President's celebrated message to Congress tho
Democratic ticket with Cleveland at the head
of It would have been beaten much worse than i
"If it had not been for tho tariff Issue," said
Mr. Adams, "Mr. Cleveland would not havo
carried a single Northern State, aud ho would
have lost three or four Southern States."
"1 think you're right," said Senator Black
burn. Mr. Adams havlncmado tho eyes of his listen
ers glisten with tho story of bis Immense win
nings from betting on "tho Republican ticket,
had to take water when Mr. Foran offered to
bet that the Houso next elected would have a
Democratic majority of from twenty to forty,
and that the President elected in 1802 would bo
a Democrat. Mr. Adams would not bet against
either of these propositions.
"Your head was level," said Senator lllack
buin, congratulating Mr. Adams on his fore
sight in putting his money on tho winning
"It may havo been level," said Mr. Forau,
"but it was a very soro head." Aud Foran
scored a hearty laugh at Adams's expense.
Mlb6 May Wuldrou, Stuart Kobson's leading
lady, has been quite illsineo the company's en
gagement at Albaugh's two weeks ago. She
did not leave town with the company, but has
been stopping at tho Randall under tho care of
Dr. Lincoln and her mother. It is not neiier
ally known that Miss Waldron is tho daugh
ter of Dr. Bush, of Chicago, who is so well
known to all frequenters of the lobbies at the
Capitol. It appears that the falling which
Miss Waldron as the Widow In "The Henrietta"
has to do has done her considerable Injury; and
while she has recovered so far that 6ho intends
to loave town to-day to rejoin tho company,
WILL INAUGURATE OUR
Dr. Lincoln has told her that if she plays the
part of the Widow any more, which she will,
she must leave out the fall.
"My Milliner's Bill," the one-act comedietta
by G. W. Godfrey, as presented at the National
Theatre this week by Roslna Voltes and Court
ney Thorpe, is, to my mind, the prettiest piece
of. twoch-aracters, . Who could ever grow tired
oi comeuy ever concentrated within the limits
of hearing Miss Vokes sine "His 'Art is True to
rou?" l seem to tuinic l can never get enough
of It. David Lewsli:v.
Works at Benning's, D. 0.
A FINE DRAWING of tho WORKS OF THE
NATIONAL CAPITAL STREET-OAR MOTOIt
COMPANY and MOMENTUM ENGINE SHOPS
FOU BUILDING THE MOMENTUM ENGINE
is now exhibited in tho Window of W. O. DOUG
LASS, Ninth and F streets northwest.
Tho American Enerjrizer Manu
508 NINTH STHEET, will Estimate to Supply i
MOMENTUM ENGINES. mrU-tfO I
II. n. ARNOLD. Proprietor,
JAMES II. ton, Malinger,
Manufacturers and Importers of Pickles, Mus
tard, Vinegar, Cuow-Chow, Popper Sauce, Mixed
French, Gorman Mustard, Pickles, (nuturnl and
greened,) Chow-Chow, Mixed Pickles, Pickles,
Pickled Tripo and Pigs' Feet, Beef Salad, Catsup,
Worcestershire Sauce, Sweet Cidor, White Wino
and Cidor Vinegar, Sauerkraut, Horseradish,
Honey, Preserves, etc., in bulk or iu glass. Im
porters and Wholcsalo Dealers in Olivo Oil, Swiss
Cheese, Llmburgor Cheeso, Hand Cheese, Sau
sage, Sardines, Holland Herring, etc. All goods
warranted as represented.
AVnsIiliiKtoji, 35. C.
II. II. ARNOLD, Proprietor, Iliiltlmoro,
Mel.; Ilichmoml, Va.; Atlanta, Ga.
PAINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, INTE
RIOR AND EXTERIOR.
Decorating, Gilding, Bronzing. Estimates fur
nished for work In city and country. First-class
material aud workmanship.
Office, 415 Tenth Street Northwest, noxt Gas
oc37-tf4 MAONICHOL & SON.
DR. H. M. SOHOOLBY,
ROOltlS 03-04 PACIFIC IIUH.DINO.
n.l.. CHI: tint, rtn A tj dmnvu
-034 f street.
MARCH 23. 1890.
ti n &: i i s
US. U. d H H U II.
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Until further notice J will offer
my cntircstoclc at ACTUAL COST.
The stoch is larger than we care to
carry at this season of the year,
and embraces a large assortment of
LACE AND SILK CURTAINS,
AND UFIIOLSTERY GOODS
In Moquette, Velvets, Hotly
INGRAIN ART SQUA RES,
RUGS, AND MATS,
i And the most complete assortment
of Medium, Fine, and Fancy
i We have ever carried. The stocJc is
I all new, and of the best and latest
I Marked in Plain Figures
So that our customers may see the
ACTUAL REDUCTIONS that
are made. Call early and convince
yourselves that this is an HONEST
SALE, and every article sold at
No discount can be allotved on the
reduced iirices, and all goods sold
for cash on or before delivery.
I. S.All parties owing the old
firm of Singleton & Fletcher, or
T. D. Singleton, will confer a great
I favor by making early settlements.
ST. N. W.
OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER
OF THE CURRENCY,
Washington, March 5, 1800.
Whereas bj satisfactory evidence presented to
the undersigned It has beon made to appear that
the Lincoln National Dank of Washington, in
the oity of Washington, in the District of Colum
bia, has complied with all tho provisions of tho
statutes of tho United States required to be com.
plied with before an association shall be author
ized to commence the business of Ranking:
N ow.theref ore, I, Edward S. Lacoy.Comptroller
of tho Currency, do hereby certify that the Lin
coln National Bank of Washington, in tho city
of Washington, in tho District of Columbia, is
authorized to commence tho business of Rank
ing, as provided in section ilfty-ono hundred and
sixty-nine of tho Revised Statutes of tho United
E. S. LACEY,
Comptroller of tho Currency.
LINCOLN NATIONAL DANK
OF WASHINGTON, D. C.
In accordance with tho above authority tho
Lincoln Hank of Washington will open its ofllco
at tho corner of Ninth and D streets northwest
on or about tho TWENTY-FIFTH DAY OF
MARCH, 1890, for tho purpose of conducting tho
Dunking business In nil its branches.
John A. Prcscott, J. narrison Johnson,
President. Vice President,
Frederick A. Stier, Henry F. Dauer,
Paul II, Croraolien, Recolving Tellor.
William E. Abbott
II. Bradloy Davidson.
John A. Prcscott.
Jesse C. Ergood,
Frederick A. Tschlu'eloy
J, Harrison Johnson.
Watson J. Nowtou.
AViiliam O. Denison.
Frederick W. Pratt.
W. S. Hugo.
Augustus D. Coupes,
nichard A. Walker.
GEO. C. HliNNING, President.
BRENT L. BALDWIN, Cashier.
TnE TRADERS' NATIONAL BANK
910, 018 PENNA. AVE. N. W
Washington Safo Deposit Co. Building.
Bank opens 0:30 A, M. from April 1 to Oct. 1;
ju a, ii. irum uct. i to April l.
Closes nt a P. M.
DISCOUNT DAY THURSDAY.
All Notes oirered for Discount must bo placed in
Bank the day previous.
Directors: Geo. C. Hcnning, Chns. Baum, E. F.
Droop, Wm, A. Gordon, Osceola C. Green. Emil
G. Sehaofcr, Sam). S, Shedd, Emmons 8. Smith,
JohnT. Vurnoll, Uerlau Wilklns, John I). Lang
horne. mrlfl-tf 10
Killing Avnilcmy Company.
Instruction in riding in ring and on road; les
sons in jumping on trained hunters, A careful
and accomplished riding master iu charge.
Saddle and driving horses to luro by tho day or
month. Carnago aud saddle horses for sulo
direct from tho stock farms connected with tho
Academy. Horses boarded at reasonable rates.
Ofllce-23d and P streets. Jal9-3m