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THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 180O.
THE DEADLY PARALLEL COLUMN.
OUR $35 SUIT CUT TO ORDER.
Very Best Trimmings.
Fino Foreign Goofls.
First-class Cutting Talent.
largo Selection Styles.
The HlKhPflced Tailor's $60 Suit.
Very Best Trimmings.
Fine Foreign Goods.
First-class Cutting Talent.
Largo Selection Styles.
What's the difference ? in your imagination and the tailor's pocket.
HAVE XOU VISITED OUR STORE ?
i43 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, I. C
Which ie one of Hi) Branch Stoves of the
Corporation Capital. SI, OOO.OOO.
HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN WATCHES.
1 carry the largest assort
ment of American Watches,
.Diamonds, and 14-Carat
Gold Chains in this city,
and Avill sell yon on credit
at cash prices. Call and ex
amine my special line of
J. L. SALTZSTE1N, J3R,., JEWELEIfc,
505 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
BUY YOUR TETJNKS AND HARNESS AT
IE&L IKT 1E1 ES S S I S9
Buggy or Road Harness. I Carriage or Coupe Harness.
$25 reduced to $18
$30 reduced to $20
$35 reduced to $25
$dO reduced to $30
$40 reduced to $30
i $50 reduced to $dO
$65 reduced to $50
Special Attention Given to the Repairing of Trunks and Harness.
KNEESSI'S, 425 7th St., next to Odd Fellows' Hall.
A FEW SMILES FOR SUNDAY.
Hyde Tho ancient Romans used to burn their
tlend relntlves nnd prescrvo their ashes in urns.
Parker Then 1 supposo fnmlly jnra wcro uulto
common among them.
How good nrnnn Is to his wife the first day
nftcr sho hns caught him doing something
If hops are a sedative, why don't frogs sloop
Listen to tho Coming Woman.
Voicing this progressive age;
Among many fads and fancies.
Dress Hetorm is all the rage.
Widen out your streets and sidewalks;
ltoom is what tho women lack;
Hoom to raovo and turn around in,
For the hoopsklrt's coming back.
Elevate your frescoed ceilings;
Rnlso your roofs nearer tho sky;
Far next summer's stylo of collluro
Will be over three feet high.
Littlo Edith Pnpa said you do everything so
gracefully, Miss TenscriBons.
Miss Tcnscasons Did ho? That was so very
kind of him.
Little Edith Yes; ho said you were growing
This world is like a crowded 'bus,
A few good men, perhaps,
May find a seat, butmost of us
Must hang on by tho straps.
Mrs. Blossom (to her husband, who has come
homo with n black eye) That's what you get for
riding a bicycle.
Mr. Blossom (mournfully) No, my dear, it's
what I get for not being ablo to ride one.
Tho staying qualities of a man aro tested when
ho attempts to stay at a hotel without paying
Miss Camille (the actress) It 13 disappoint
ment that drives men to drink.
Miss Critique Yes; I noticed a great many
go out between tho acts at tho play lust night.
Beef & la modo should not bo accompanied by
broad alum mode.
MAY BE AVASHED OUT.
Dyspeptics to IIuvo n Fresh Sturt If a
MonlBo Not Digested.
From tho Now York Sun.
During the past year several physicians have
tried, with gratifying success, a novel treatment
for dyspepsia and cancer of tho stomach by
washing out tho stomach. The process Is very
simple and not dangerous. A long, llcxlble
pipe is passed down tho throat until one end Is
in the stomach. Tho upper end has a funnel
attached, into which hot water is poured until
the stomach is filled. The weight of tho water
in the pipe and funnel gives a hydraulic pres
sure sufllclent to silently distend the stomach.
The pipe has an aperture big enough to hold a
lead pencil. After the stomach has been filled
the funnel end of tho pipe is turned down un
til It is lower than the bottom of the stomach,
and tho stomach is emptied as a barrel of any
fluid is emptied through a siphon. Tho process
maj' bo repeated several times. The result is
that tho undigested food and mucus are washed
out, aud the hot water closes tho blood vessels
and reduces inflammation. The relief is im
mediate. The dyspeptic may have his stomach
washed out before a meal, so that ho can take
a fresh start. After the lapse of a auflicient
time for ordinary digestion the stomach may be
washed out agaiu.
This process has boon in use at the New York
Hospital lor some time. The stomach pump
has been mainly used in cases of poisoning, and
is considered to be tho first essential before ad
ministering antidotes. But thoy are so 6oldom
used that few physiciaus have them. Recently
In a case of poisoning three prominent physi
cians were applied to for the uso of a stomach
pump, and neither of them had one, and tho
patient had to be taken to the hospital.
rhllmlolphlii, 178M, A. D. Z2(3rJ?A.T3XJL&llJ2X Baltimore, 1870, A. D. .
EVERY' 1VATOH A COMPASS.
North and South Discoverable from Any
From Loudon Truth.
A few days ago I was standing by an Ameri
can gentleman, when I expressed a wish to
know which point was tho north. Ho at once
pulled out his watch, looked at it, and pointed
to the north. I asked him whether he had p.
compassattached to his watch. "All watches,"
We keep on hand a Well-Selected Stock of
STOVES, in a Variety of Styles and Sizes, and
shall be glad to show them, more glad to sell
SMALL GAS BOILERS at $1.15 and $1.50, Good for a Hasty
Cup of Tea or Coffee.
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY
413 Tenth Street Northwest,
IcELROY'S ART STORE,
1003 FENNA. AVENUE.
ETCHINGS, ENGRAVINGS, WATER COLORS, PHOTO
GRAPHS, and PHOTOGRAVURES.
LJET 3J O V E3 31i TF I E5 SL
PICTURE F11A31E8 in Gold, White and Gold, Silver, Ivory,
and in all kinds of Hard "Wood.
KEGILDING OLD FRAMES A SPECIALTY. PAINTINGS CLEANED, UESTOItED, AND
VARNISHED. PICTURES IIUNO, 110XED, AND SHIPPED AT SHOUT NOTICE.
f. w. McAllister,
131 1 F ST., N. W., WASHINGTON, D. C.
Ilrnnch of No. 3 N. Chnrlos St.. Dnltitnoro. MA
Those who have had their Shirts made by us;
for the past ten years have been pleased.
Our Shirts to measure cannot be excelled.
'S WEAR. .
WEDDING INVITATIONS SIrTs?'
Correctly engraved ; orders placed with Messrs. Gedney a. Roberts,
407 Tenth Street, have their experienced personal supervision in the
selection of papers, the employment of skillful engravers and in the
printing. At their building, adjoining the Herald office, are the mon,
the methods and the machinery. Orders placed direct with the
makers secure the best results.
hereplied, "aro compasses." Then lie explained
to me lio w this wis. Point the hour hand to the
sun and the south Is exactly halt way between
tho hour and tho figure XII on tho watch. For
Instance, supposo that it Is 4 o'clock. Point tho
hand Indicating 4 to tho sun and II on the watch
Is exactly south. Suppose that It is 8 o'clock;
point the hand indicating 8 to tho sun and tho
llguro X ou the watch is duo south. My Ameri
can friend was quite surprised that I did not
know this. Thinking very possibly that I was
Ignorant of a thing that every one olse knew and
happenlug to meet Mr. Stanley, I asked that
cmluunt traveler whether ho was aware of this
simple mode of discovering tho points of tho
compass. He said that ho had never heard of It.
I presume, therefore, that tho world is In tho
same stato of Ignorance. Amalfl is proud of
having been the homo of tho inventor of tho
compass. I do not know what town boasts of
my American friend as a citizen.
King's Palace Specials.
For tho coming week, beginning Monday
morning, special prices will prevail In all de
partments. Below will ho found a list of a few
as specimen bargains of what you may expect
In all departments. Millinery French felt
hats and bonnets in all shapes and colors, sold
everywhere for $1.25, at 75c; wool felt hats
and bonnets In all shapes aud colors, sold
everywhere for 87c., at 48c.; onolot of about
100 dozen full regular niado hosiery, In all de
signs, regular price 25c., at 17c. Underwear
Ladles' jersey ribbed vests, In all sizes, high
neck aud long sleeves, 22c. Ladles' Swiss
ribbed vests, good quality, high neck and long
sleoveB, at 29c. Ladles' good quality merino
vests, finished seam, pearl buttons, bound in
silk braid; regular price, COc; special price, 39c.
A good quality natural ribbed vest, cotton and
wool mixed, sllk-llnlshed front, pearl buttons,
neck crocheted In silk with silk drawing tapo,
at 59c. An all-wool guaranteed scarlet ribbed
vest, jersey fitting, pearl buttons, crocheted
neck aud front, warrautcd not to shrink, at 75c.
Superior quality Australian wool, jersey fitting,
non-shrinking vest, worth $1.15, at 98c. Large
assortment of medicated all-wool vests, with
pants to match. Children's merino underwear
Children's vests and pants from 15c. up.
Superior quality Persian wool vests, silk braid
finished, pearl buttons, 22c. up. Pants to
match. Children's cashmere ribbed vests, good
quality, 33c. up. Infants' and chlldreu'6 Aus
tralian wool vests, silk front, soft quality, at
87c. Misses' all-wool ribbed wrappers, from
25c. to C3c. Children's coats Infants' long
cashmeio coats with embroidered capo, worth
$13.50, at $1.48. Infants' long cashmere coats,
good quality, handsome embroidered cape,
worth $5, at $3.48. Children's short coats, nov
elties, pretty stripes, from $3 up. Children's
short plush coats, all colors, from $1.48 up;
caps and hats to match, A visit to our furnish
ing department will couyIiico you that you cau
save money by purchasing from us. King's
Palace, 812-814 Seventh street northwest, Re
member we have no branch store.
I am now receiving a lino lino of nil tho best makes of BREECH-LOADERS, both HAMMEHLESS
and with nAMMEU. Tho English Runs aro of my own importation, and every gun warranted as
represented. Wo mako a specialty this season of XjJEJTJEVJER Ss IP-AJRICIEIfc
URO.'S IIA.Ji:3Xa3XlXjJESH, both being new low-priced guns and marvclouslr cheap.
Tho lino embraces kuiib from tho well-known factories of C. G. nONEHILL. CLABROUGH & BRO..
WILLIAM MOOKE. J. WESTON W. RICHARDS, MONTGOMERY, COLT, PARKERS, etc.
Sportsmen desiring to purchase a fino gun can 6avo money nnd annoyance by calling on me.
intend that every man buying a gun of me, If ho bo not satisfied with his purchase. 3hall be crnnted
tho privilego or exchanging for one that does suit him. If wo don't have tho gun vou want we wil.
get it for you.
Everything in the way of Loaded Cartridges and Ammunition, Hunting Coats
Pants, Vests, Leggins, Hats, Shoes, Boots, etc. Loading Sets, all kinds.
A.llICiiiO.8 olBEVOLVERS. CUTLERY, !K,A.ZOXtS, and. iniaot
lEvex-ytliiiiK In tlxe SlJOX'fclnK lilnc. ., . -
Best goods at lowest prices and warranted as represented is our motto of doing business.
M.. .A.. TAJPaPAJV, 1013 Pennsylvania Ave.
REPAIRING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
W. H. KENEASTER & CO.,
1115 F ST. NORTHWEST.
WE WILL SATE YOU 25 PER CENT.
Of all the money you pay out for Shoes one-fourth of tho whole amount
you expend for footwear. Which you cau do by buying your Shoes of us.
LADIES' DONGOLA SHOES, S2.50.
Ladies' Trench Dongola, (Now Squaro Toe,) $3.
Ladies' Fiencli Dongola, (Hand Sewed,) $3.50.
Ladies' French Dongola, (Hand Sowed, New Square Toe,) $4.
Ladies' French Dongola Slippers from $1 up.
From 75c. to $2.50, with and without Tips.
MEN'S CALF SHOES, S3.
Men's Calf Bals, (New Squaro Toe, ) ?4.
Men's Calf Bals, (Piccadilly Too,) $5.
MEN'S CORK SOLE BALS, &.
ALL STYLES OF LADIES' EVENING SLIPPERS.
Call nnd examine our stock before purchasing.
NEW STORE. HEW STYLES.
W. H. KENEASTER & CO.. Shoe Parlors,
1115 JF STItJiET NORTHWEST.
WHOEVER WANTS TO GET
A REAL INKLING OF THE
VALUES OF FURNITURE
SHOULD EXAMINE OLE IMMENSE STOCK OF
NEW FALL GOODS AND THE
At which wo sell them. AVo present one of tho largest and best solected stocks of f urnituro from
which to mako selections over ofloied In this city. All of tho BEST MAKES and at prices that
cannot bo beat by any similar establishment In tho United States. WORKMANSHIP, STYLE,
and FINISH, together with tho moderate cost at which tho goods will bo sold, makes it desirable
that purchases should bo made now.
NEWEST PATTERNS IN CARPETS,
AND THE MOST BEAUTIFUL AND DESIRABLE FABRICS IN
Furiiishing Goods, Lace Curtains, and other Household Decorations
THOMAS D. SINGLETON,
415 SEVENTH STREET.
Whilo my prices aro as low as tho lowest, 1 am always willing to mako prices still lower for