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THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. AUGUST 24. 1SQO.
THIS FASCINATIONS AND SVIiKNWOItS
THAT CtUSTKIl AltOUND IT.
Surf-llnthliiK Not Considered Fnshlonnblo
Simplicity of Morntnc Uiirmonts Gone
rally Ouiorrcd Lovers Fnml of Morning
Drives James Gordon llcnnctt'ft Mnn
slon and tho Mf Owls at Its Kntrnnco.
Special Correspondence of Sunday Hkhai.d.
N'ewtoht, It. I., August 23.
Hnvlng been on tho wing nt most ot tho watering-places
for tho last eight weeks 1 havo como
to the conclusion that if Hind a daughter mid
wanted her to marry well I would tnko her to
Newport, Inanity is more readily swallowed ns
good form, and extreme fastness is ns high spirits
or athletics than any place else. I have seen nieo
trig llttlo English girls, I havo seen French ones
who were not visible to the general public at nil,
but to mens a special private of mammas, who
came from tho country where tho Indians lived,
but I reel like saying as does that beautiful
groccryman In "Llttlo Lord Fauntlcroy," "thntl
will bo jiggered if I can stand tho American
girl." Like that sweet creature in tho "Children
of the Abbey," that nil times and all places "sho
quivers universally," until you would like to glvo
her a good shake and let her know what good
sense was for a little while. Personally, I lmvo
a great liking for American girls when I was
choosing I showed my preference for an Ameri
can mother, and I am sure no girl could do more
than that at such an early period of her lire.
SUHF-UATIUNO NO 1 NO I
Hut to return to Newport which is where I am
now. In the llrst place, you must not only not
bathe in tho surf, but you must not have tho
slightest particlo of interest with those who aro
doing it. If you aro the soft thing who wears
white llannels. then you gazonta professional
beauty in yellow and black and wonder what
you could make rhyme to her name, and if, in
stead of white llannel, you wear a nico red sash
to keep your "tummy warm." von whisnnr m
some sweet youDg thing in freckles "how gny it
til you almost begin to look like a man
... j,jU an, uunu nuu perjure j ourseu un-
jJiit hi ot lire is not this way; you have just
gotten homo from the innd of frills and frivols,
north, Kedfern. and Virot havo made your
gowns the flrst for the evening, the second for
the daytime, and on your head you wear n carefully-thought-out
bonnet of the famous milliner.
1 ou are at N ewport and to-day you mean to get
up early long before breakfast-that will mean
an extended day for you. When you aro ready
to leave yourroom you nregownedm cotton, for
simplicity is appreciated in the morning. Out
on tho lawn you go and stand amazed at tho
wondrous mass of colors before you you aro on
emerald green grass as smooth as velvet-about
uiu imnerrus 01 uowers, tunps, great roses, and
rich red geraniums, all seeming to bow a stately
Testament, and no other words that will describe
A tew riders goby and you delight in thinking
that ono couple are a pair of lovers who in this
full lire llnd tho hour ror the early ride the only
one when they may havo a little time to get to
know each other. The air tastes like ambrosia
you take long draughts or itonly to discover that
it hns done what tho nectar or the gods was not
warranted to do it has made you hungry. In
you go to breakrast. This is served in the most
informal manner; cold meats and fowl are on
tho sideboard and the butler tells you what hot
abbes there are. or takes your order for your
?S5S' 01im,,y serve your tea or cotleo your
H?,Ku '9oln.a woman, you choose to pour
out the cotree. for it makes you look dignified.
?.!., you seo ;le admiring glances of the men as
ou cater to their tastes and make them glad as
you biew their tea The toast is in silver racks
!lnJfieatcndFJ".ludeed'a11 the table appoint
mSefr?eTnat.X0Ua,m03t bellevc yurclf
Alter breaktast comes a drive. You can man
age a pair of horses, and so. in tho well-appointed
due, with a tiger sitting fcolemnly behind, you
take your hostess to the shops that she may
&a"vtt h010' orf?et a b00k or a Paper
i0;. SU siKh. a? yo" pass the Casino, and
S-fhhilinJiasi ia lts .ferl0yr aaln- You smile
at the big owls in front or James Gordon Uen-
n,i raanslo,u- and wonder what they think
about nil daylong. You nod to the pretty women
-there never seems to be any ugly ones here
anu you discuss frowns and tennis, dances nnd
yachts with equal facility. Whenever you stop
t?,1 F03 up t0, ,chat a bIt- for Newport is nl-
E?2LeJjf,ni neiV the,llfe sultlDK them well, for
it Is one of dolce fur ntcntc.
Tho horses trot home quickly, for at noon the
entire house party is going aboard a vaeht for
luncheon. The white and blue yachting gown is
to the rore. and your hair is covered by a yachting
'.op, on which. In compliment to your host. Is
painted tho burgee oi the New York Yacht Club!
Noth ng in the world is as dainty looking is a
,Vopti ynoh.r' nn(1 b0 as J'0" Boon the Sphinx
n?6re r y t WUS "0t t""11 tho "aton-
Up on deck aro rugs or white lur ror your leet
to rest upon-trophles ol the mighty hunter's
success hist winter. The chairs are low and
nmdo luxur ous by cushions or silk and satin
embroldeied in guv colors, very often souvenirs
of pretty maids who havo'gone cruising over the
deep blue sea in the gallant ship. Luncheon s
served with all the elegance possible, the white
?h,affi"? B,UM "nd. cl,Um showing the head o?
the bphlnx upon them, and each dish proving
that, if men don't know how to keep house, thov
can manugo a bout mid retain tho best of clcfi
A gieat bunch of roses. whir u,...,f.,J ,..' J..:
lnZ &'.. !'Vla8v?",5.a.k0 en iip you look at
hnnRf.n a ;,r..; .v.T"." """'b ?
!., .. .
.... ... . .,,, miiuiuui, ijunumcs en ore. an
?mJiS,dtnWSi??.vor oa h,'s Hi0 ,ma Prf.imed p s.
tllles to please my lord's fancy ! Who over
hliued that bachelors did not Jmvo an easy life
Good-byes are said. You believe your hand
was ,;i ven n extra pressuio. m,d the rowbo.t
laden with pietty women uud (lowers goes back
from the Seu ot Doltaht to the Laud ol Kuchant-
Quick to your dresslnjr.room. Yon m ,,
tennis ffowii, a smart, striped llannel almlr, with
u jaunty shiit and blaer. Out to tho court vnn
""on nuuuur u iiu meant uiut you wero ', , 7.T p"-1-"" "i"i vuuu uireciion. The
tin." ,' A ,"2they' ,L,:itcr " lHi whispers some- special will leave Baltimore and Potomac Kail-
m la bit i 5i!!Lft7n I,'lir,ta;1 Sphinx, who rad Station, Sixth and U streets, at 8:15 A. M ,
IJut men's" yi eh loo ulhtMnV' ' " ,,eU"- ??rua T1 10 tho '"Pai'iis via the Ha 1
, Into the cabin "ou a! ko that tresses that irU E0ro ,""' 1 olna?; aDlltlje Western Maryland
,V';"ra,uybof SWfr lfv,nS Pcn Mnroa "io return trip
CUnous to son mw r in PmnmA,i .r.:vi iiu at ViioJ I M. '
ku. aii tup matrons are sittinj,' about, and tho " , ,,,,".. nii1 c"r"er sixth and IJ streets,
wmI i,C8t 0l llM 'l0138, ,n 1,er ,llla U'o Prlo for ou J,uIi' J at 4:00 p- -M- Excursion tickets are
w. H i.",.n.1:?. t... I'luy-ft baiiBlo of Kold. on Koil going only on special train, and cood to
,V, :.,.'.wi V.i "" iioibeu, is a iiutterily of return on any regu ar trail e-centinr tim ""
circlet -Love and bu tteri y-ever on t io low'"K; AId'1,ltonn excursions will bo run fJ I M T I M fl f
Mtn I,?,, V ! !,,H; J' tfivo all Inter: , imw Kates lo Deer Parkand Oakland
&Vrir, mf !!m
beuor-u eomplimeilt iroui "ho oyn Io himself JinWlU " excursion tickets from M'ashington
nniloiiwL11","" "W-Jusuioiied bow, "Made: , ,to Df ltt,rk Mountain Lake Park, and Oak-heGcisoru',h,1,-;n'1i)s
V,,,,1U willbirer you a"a lor ha F,ri,la' nlgUt and all Saturday
beln bniuuht out. u n.l "W th It th i sa nd wlei e "
Itllltrrinu in tliol-1 1.7: '? " .''"-"p PIOIUIU tllO
tn..l. ---...- ... -.- 4.L;iuinLU -
ii mau in white or blue llunnilb. Vou are willing
to be talked to-yon liBien with your cVJsliaU
bhut. unci It almost buema u shame when you 1 ro
wai ned that now it is time to drive.
A I'llOCESSION OF JU.MJSOMI. 1LH.NOUTS
The victoiia awaits you. It is largo and swun
on C-sprinte, so that tho motion is iik0 that of u
cradle; tho men tiro in white biceehes and tons
blue coats with tfold buttons, and white ulovcs'
The harness is mounted in brass and there is nn
vulwar jlmrlliijrol chains, for thosi "of the lihh
ebtcastodonot need to announce their eominir
us with a loud trumjiet. Your town? Jt is of
-Why do I drink Taunhauser beer?
it is the best iu the market.
pnto rose silk and cn?pe; on your head Is a straw
hat wreathed in roses, and your faco is shaded by
a parasol of roso tulle. What a procession it Is I
i, JCftviT.' Ponderous landaus, light villngc-carts,
tho civilized buckboard. dog-enrts, curricles, and
ovory now and then a four-in-hand that looks a
mass or colors, for Nowport dresses to drive nnil
tho effect is most ntti active. You aro bowing
and smiling, for ovcrybody-tho BelmonU, tho
Havernoyers. the Astors. tho Vnnderbllts, tho
Ooelets. tho Lorlllards, "all of us," are out to sco
tho rest of the world.
It is nearly 7 o'clock when homo Is reached,
and you aro to dine nt 8, and then for n dnnco nt
tho Casino. Dinner is as elaborate as If it was tho
midst of tho season in town; everybody Is In oven
ing dress, and you-woll, you look llko a Puritan
rose, nil In white, with your bodlco mode almost
high, just showing a little of your throat, as
l' rench and good tasto demand is proper for n
young girl. At 10:30 tho start Is made Tor the
Casino, and 11 o'clock finds you dancing with the
Commodore of tho Sphinx to tho tune of ono of
tno Strauss waltzes. You wonder If people over
grow tired of dancing you feel as If thero was
something in tho air, or In tho music, that makes
you waut to keep on forever, and you never
think that perhaps thnt naughty Cupid is play
ing pleasant pranks and making all life lovely
? J!'ol,ock vou leave. As there Is no supper
at tup Casino dunces your chaperono has asked a
row mtlmato friends to como and sup with her.
There nro salads. Ices, and awonderfulcup. You
sit out ou the veranda and tho sailor lad brings
you your supper. You talk about tho mcon. and
wonder how tho Sphinx looks now when the
water must seem like a mirror. Go? How fool
ish lie lis to suggest it. You would never bo per
Pii m m ou , wouU1 mnkc n dreadful "lot or
talk I" Then hj tells von hnw InviMr It would lm
.A.i.0 il ..."-'."""-W
slgnla of office a plain gold ring on tho third tin
per of your left hand. You don'trcmembcr say
ing"e8," but you must have, nnd thcntheCom-
immuiu wiius uuui an tue rest liavo gone nnd
tolls your chaperono tho secret. "Good-bvo"
and then you are in your room. Quickly Fellcio
takes oil your gown, brushes your hair, and
makes you ready for bed. The sky is beginning
to show a morning light, and as you are going to
sleep you think and say, "Is there anything in
tho world so delightful as a day at Newport?"
A SUGGESTIVE NEWl'OUT LETTElt.
Tho postman carries a little letter next day
rrom your aunt, who is your chaperono, to your
mother. This is what she wrote:
Deau Gekaedine: You havo probably heard
rrom Dorothyaud the Commodore of theSphinx.
My dear, If your other daughters are llko her I
will marry them all for you and give them, ns
she has gotten, the catch of tho season. Your
modo of education is a success. Sho is so deli
riously demure, and yet she is so porrectly well
bred and well-informed. Sho is the typical in
genue, and consequently attracted nil the men.
who were tired to death of tho 'fetching girls.1
tho fast ones and their kind. I have to apologize
t?, i'01 "" doubting your wisdom, but really It
did not seem possible that a quiet home, an edu
cation supervised by a mother, could have such
un-auu,. ii i nana uauguter J sliould ask you
to mother her. Dorothy seems to have no rnnii.
i . r . --. -....
conducive to love-making, so you must arrange
to let me have another daughter ror next season.
""'"B'Ji JiDITH UOUDON GRAHAM.
And this is the story or a day at Newport.
HOW WORTH MA.KES FASHIONS.
Ho Assures an Interviewer That Stylos Aro
Not Made Far in Advance.
Paris Edition New York Herald.
"What can I do for you?" asked Mr. Worth
when 1 called at the neat office in the well
known courtyard oft the Rue de la Paix.
I explained to Mr. Worth that there was a
rumor afloat that the ciinoline was about to be
revived and that fashions in the autumn prom
ised a revival of the modes of the Empire.
Mr. Worth listened and then replied: "Tho
crinoline ? No, never! What the autumn fash
ions will be I myself do not yet know, but it will
not be the crinoline."
''What! not know the autumn fashions ret?
I thouKht they were arranged forueaily a year
ahead." J J
"No; we shall not know the autumn fashions
for another month. Twice a year the fashions
for the coming seasons are arranged in Febru
ary and in August At the present moment tho
weavers of Lyons, Houbaix, and other manufact
uring cities are busy on their looms on new de
signs. In about a month or so my father and my
brother, who are now at the sea-side, will make
a tour through the manufacturing districts, and
then they will have to use their judgment as to
what materials would make up well together,
and they will find new colors and makes and
combinations pretty enough to be the fashions of
" Then you only know the fashions that will be
a short time ahead ?"
"Yes, that is it. We are just like an artist who
paints anything pretty that he may see as he
goes along. Hut could lie tell what he was co
ing to paint three mouths ahead ? Not a bit of it
Nor can we."
Weekly Excursions to Pen Mar via
In order to afford the people of Washington
opportunities of spending a day on mountain
top the Pennsylvania Kallroad has arraiiRed to
run weekly excursions to Pen Mar. Wednes
day is the day fixed, and tho excursions will be
run on each Wednesday of the summer from
July 2 to August 27, Inclusive. Tho round-
"iiiiiwi yiii omy uo:M.iu, tickets to bo cood
ren war is a delightful place for a hummer
day's outing, and these weekly trips will prove
a great boon to tho citizens of Washington.
Cheap RxoiirhiotiR to Atlantic Oily or
Cape May via Pennsylvania Kail
road. The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will on
July 10 inaugurate a series of Saturday excur
sions from Washington to Atlantic City and
Cape May at the very low rate of $a.50 for the
round trip. Special train will leave llaltlmorn
bairo until Monday following day of sale.
iickets to lieikley Springs and return will bo
sold under hlrailai conditions at S3.50 for tho
il'. i-tJU blunt;i.D Will uu vuilll inr rmnrri ,1nc
Coiihiiiniition .Surely Oured.
To tho Editor: Pleubo inform your readers that
i huvo a jiosltlvo remedy for consumption. liy
its timely uso thousands of hopeless eases havo
been pei miuioutly cured. I shall bojjlad toseud
two bottles of my remedy fhkk to any of your
readeri) who have consumption if they willsend
m.,!it ,u. f "x''ress untl.10- Address, llcspect
fully, T. A.Sr.ociiM.M. C.,181 PearlSt.,N. Y.
Oharles. I. Oalvert,
Topoirraphioul Engineer and Surveyor. Espe
clal attention jrlven to bubdivldinif country
property. H20F street northwest. aul8-ly3
Arc wrought by tho uso of Aycr's Hnlr
Vigor In restoring gray lialr to Its original
color, promoting a now growth, prevent
ing tho lialr from falling, keeping it soft,
silky, nnd abundant, and tho scalp cool,
healthy, and frco from dandruff or humors.
Tho universal testimony Is that this prep
aration lias no equal as a dressing, and
is, therefore, indispensable- to every well
"I havo used Aycr's Hair Vigor for somo
tinio and it has worked wonders for mo. I
was troubled with dandruff and was rapidly
becoming bald; but sinco using tho Vigor my
head Is perfectly clear of dandruff, tho lialr
lias ceased coming out, and I now liavo a
good growth, of tho saino color as when I
was a young woman. I can heartily recom
mend any ono suffering from dandruff or
loss of hair to use Aycr's Hair Vigor as a
dressing." -Mrs. Lydia O. Moody, East
"Somo time ago my wife's hair began to
come out quite freely.
not only prevented my wlfo from becoming
bald, but it also caused an entirely novr
growth of hair. I am ready to certify to this
statement before a Justice of tho peace."
II. Hulsebus, Lowisburgli, Iowa.
"Some years ago, after a severe attack of
brain fever, my hair all came out. I used
such preparations for restoring it as my phy
sicians ordered, but failed to produce a
growth of hair. I then tried, successively,
several articles recommended by druggists,
and all alike fell short of accomplishing tho
desired result. Tho last remedy I applied
was Aycr's Hair Vigor, which brought a
growth of hair in a few weeks. I think I
used eight bottles In two years; more than
was necessary as a restorative, but I liked It
as a dressing, and havo continued to uso it
forthat purpose. I believe Aycr's Hair
Vigor possesses virtues far above thoso of
any similar preparation now on the market."
Vincent Jones, Richmond, Ind.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DR. J. 0. AVER & CO., Lowell, Mass.
Bold by DrugglaUand Perfumers.
When your house gets out
of repair you fix it up. When
your shoes begin to wear out
you have them half-soled and
heeled. Then why not have
your suit cleaned, rebound,
pressed, new buttons put on,
and otherwise fixed up? It
may save buying a new one.
I do all kinds of proper bush
eling, in addition to fine Tailor
G. WARFIELD SIMPSON,
Expcit in Trousers, cor. Oth and G streets N. W.
Ladies and Gentlemen !
Hear Us for Your Cause!
If you desire GOOD, FUESH, and
PURE CANDIES, of every kind, de
scription, and style, give us n call
and be convinced.
CANDIES MADE FRESH EVERY DAY
Candles from 25c. to GOc. per lb.
ICE CREAM PARLORS
For the accommodation of lovers of that popu
E. C. BRESNAHAN & CO.,
410 SEVENTH ST. K.W.,
Malaria, Dumb Chills,
Fever and Ague, Wind
Colic, Bilious Attacks.
Tli ey produce regular, tintnrnt ovue
S ?. V '!cver frrlpo or lutcrl'oro wllU
Uaily ImisIiiuss, An u family meiliclnc,
tlioy Nlionlil o iti every tsoiiseliulil.
feOLD JB iilti vVHBItJlS.
PAINTING IN ALL ITS HUANOHES, INTE-
HlOIt AND EXTEItlOlt.
DeeoratliiK, Gilding, Uronzinir. Estimates fur
nished lor work In city and country, First-olasH
material and workmanship.
Ofllce, 415 Tenth htieot Northwest. nos.t Gas
WX'tH MACNICIIOL & SON.
An Drtfallibie Elmnriv
th!i HVh,? CaUCont,Bloua. Diseawa of
Lo rniSiiwV,,T. -' ',".ai"P V."D:i nci
coinmomloil by physicians and sold by'druS:
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Such a stock of Negligee Shirts, (all
varieties,) Belts, Sashes, Vests, Zephyr
Neckwear, etc., as we are showing has
never been seen before in town.
JtZS JL? T CJ JC BTaSES
Wo aro now located in our New Store, NO. 1124 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUF
w"a"TgCeSnVfortheW haVolho,ar-anestlloofBIOYOLES ever shown in the city
THE BEST ON EA11TI1. ALSO THE
HARTE0RD, RUSH, CRESCENT, JUNO,
And other first-class machines. Our new open air HIDING SCHOOL, itehtcd by electric
ighs, and having about 400 square yards of riding surface, is now open, .id we guaran 0 to
teach perfect riding on tho Safety for $1. guarantee to
SPECIAL HOURS FOB LADIES from 9 A. M. to 11 A. M.; from 0 P. M. to 11 P
M. Gentlemen will not bo allowed to use tho floor while ladies aro practicing.
miLUMlBJSS OP AIL KINDS FOK HIKE.
1424 Pennsylvania Avenue.
rjkbm3fHHovl AND BEHAN&GEPi You CANV -A
M""1" ITl .AT TR"NK jillcAME FROM KnEESSI'SJ
BUY YOUE TETOKS AM) HARNESS AT
IL 3XT 3ES "JEI SS S5 I 9 9
Buggy or Road Harness. I Carriage or Coiidc Harness.
$25 reduced to $18
$30 reduced, to $20
$35 reduced to $25
$40 reduced to $30
Special Attention Given to the
XLiH JfciJhiSjaA'S, 425 7th
pecial Inducement !
MoELROY'S ART STORE,
1003 PENNA. AVENUE.
Summer Discount Until FurtherNotioe
Etchings, Engravings, Water Colors, Photographs,
and all Pictures in Stock Except Artotypes
At 20 Per Cent. Discount!
Special attention paid to Framing, Regilding, Moving
and Boxing Pictures and Mirrors.
THE INDUSTRIAL SAYINGS
and LOAN ASSOCIATION.
It PAYS IiRNBFITS in tho RVENT of DEATH.
oiiLf,A,&S.?,!!?NKV' TO 1TS MEMI1BH8.
TSilMKJ?r'5-WBN1'r V1VV' OTS. A MONTH.
J. II. bOUIiE. THOMAS 0. 1IKNSEY,
ori(.. PicBlOcut. Secretary,
c27'tfl 1300 V Street Northwest
INSURE IN THE
American Accident Indemnity
Association of Now York.
5,000 Insurance for $12 per Year.
Homo Ollico, 517. C.18, and 510 Templo Court.
TT Now York.
l.iR tfr. H- U- "OLTON. District Afjent,
Ju5-tf5 iloom O0 Atlantio DulldiuV.
-- ""- j unci
i. ATWATER $c CO..
j $itO reduced to $30
$50 reduced to $40
I SfiS fP.tl.lif.n.il. i fbfifl
Eopairiiig of Trunks and Harness.
St., next to Odd Follows' Hall.
- - - w wa h a tea d
713 SKVKNTH ST.N. W.,
"Jl f ,lU DB"ortptlonH a Specialty.
m, fL18??" cure I d, not mea merely to stop
I mean a ifeSiaud thotiTMVO tUem retu Balu.
Ufe lnm;EM,P.I,P:?Sy' or FALLINQ SICKNESS a
u-nr'i? nff stud'; J warrant my remedy to euro the
t.,cabC3, ?ecauso otheia havo Called fa no
fi 2. for. no. uow receiving a cure. Send at
once for a treatiso and a Free llottle of my infal.
"We remedy Qive Express and Post Ollloe
H. fa. ltOOTM.Q., 183 I'eurl St., N.Y.
jn?,10?'8 I'UKCATIVB PIMScure
"Ulood Diseases. Couatinatlon and Ulllousnesa.
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