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THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1S90.
Fine Building: Lots
Near Intersection of Woodley
and Tennallytown Roads.
On Wednesday Afternoon, Nov. 26, j
AT ::!M) O'CLOCK,
Wo will sell on the premises lots In CLEVELAND
HEIGHTS, graded and guttered streets, shade
trees, about 1,500 feet east of Tcnnallytowu rond,
nnd on Woodley road, a short distance west of
Connecticut uremic extended. Nowhere in
northwest section bare lots a more assured fu
ture value, lying right in the line of the- im
provement of the northwest. Tennnllytown
electric cars within live minutes' walk.
Terms: One-third cash, balance one and two
years; notes to bear 0 per cent, interest, payable
semiannually, from day of sale, and to be so
cured by deed of trust on property sold, or all
cash, at option of purchaser. A ilep oslt of $100
on each lot at time or sale. Conveyancing, etc.,
at purchaser's cost. Terms to bo complied with
in ten days, otherwise resale at risk and cost of
defaulting purchaser, after live days' advertise
ment of such resale In some newspaper published
in Washington, D. C.
Tlat to be seen at the office of auctioneers.
RATCLIFFE, DARR &. CO., Aucts.,
020 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE N. W.
ANOTHER LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE
DISPLAY OF FINE NEW AND SECOND
HAND FURNITURE OF EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. TO BE SOLD TUESDAY, NO
VEMBER 2,-, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
WITHIN OUR SALES AND SHOW ROOMS,
020 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE NORTH
WEST. THE COLLECTION EMBRACES:
PARLOR SUITS IN ALL WOODS AND UP
HOLSTERINQS. CHEVAL, AND SQUARE
GLASS OAK CHAMBER SUITS. WALNUT
CHAMBER SUITS. LOUNGES. TABLES IN
EVERY VARIETY. BEDS AND BEDDING.
CHIFFONIERS. HAT RACK IN WALNUT AND
OAK, OAK AND WALNUT DINING CHAIRS,
IMPORTED JAPANESE SCREENS. PAINT
INGS AND ENGRAVINGS. TOILET WARE,
PIER MIRRORS, PORTIERES.
Lot IVXislit artel Second
SEVERAL LARGE ALABASTER VASES
SUITABLE FOR HALLS OR CHURCHES. AND
A GALAXY OF OTHER GOODS TOO NUMER
OUS TO MENTION.
Goods now on free exhibition, and until hour
RATCLIFFE, DARR & CO.,
THE STORAGE WAREHOUSE
American Security ami Trust Co.
A. T. BRITTON, President.
Westsido Fifteenth street, between L and M.,
Will be open to receire Furniture, Carriages, Sil
verware, Bric-&-Brac, Statuary, Wine, Trunks of
Clothing, and Valuables of all kinds on Storage
August 15, 1800.
Separate Locked Iron Compartments.
Special Facilities for Storage of Silverware,
Pianos, Mirrors, Pictures, and Books.
Goods of all Descriptions Carefully Packed an
Moved without trouble to owners.
The only Absolutely Fire-proof Building: in
city not owned by the Gorernment.
Herdlcs pass door.
Terms and full information obtained at otJJce
Americun Security and Trust Company, 1410
street N. W. ALBERT M. READ.
General Manager, Warehouse Dept.
frSi:iirORTANT TO INVESTORS A
U- limited amount or stock of the North Lau
rel Investment Company for sale at par: will pay
lOOper cent.; subscription books open for five
dSU1,y at Lincoln National Bank. F. a.
STIER, Treasurer. no23-ltl"
,'SVliVfc t mf .7 '
Our PATENT-LEATHER BLUCHER SHOES
are the finest made.
Our LADIES' SHOES AND SLIPPERS can
not be excelled. We match dresses in all colors.
Bring your samples along.
Mttlnc cVr&P Department our TEN-DOr LAR
MEN'S SHOES must bo worn to be apprec' ltod.
iA-.2Jir Cust0,u Department wo make heat
RIDING BOOTS for Gente and Ladles .
WILSON & CAllll, 929 F St.,
WASHINGTON, D. O.
Baltimore Store, 4 and 0 W. Baltimore Street.
No, 007 XOUItTKENTIf STKKKT N. W,
A FULL LINE OF
Marvin's Fire and Iliirglar-I'roof Safes
ALWAYS ON HAND.
rr-- -o"t- -p
That onl honest and reliable lnedlclnts
should be placed upon the nmikct. It can
not, therefore, be stated too emphatically,
nor repeated too often, that all who aio In
need of a genuine Hlood-puriiler should
he sure and ask for
Sarsaparilln. Your life, or that of some one
near and dear to you, may depend on tho
use of this well-approved lemedy in prefer
ence to any other preparation of similar
name. It Is compounded of Honduras sar
saparilla (tho variety most rich Incuiatlve
propei ties), stllllngla, mandrake, yellow
dock, and the iodides. The process of man.
ufacture is original, skilful, scrupulously
clean, and such as to secure the very best
medicinal qualities of each ingredient. This
medicine Is not boiled nor heated, and is,
therefore, not a decoction; but it is a com
pound extract, obtained by a method ex
clusively our own, of the best and most
powerful alteratives, tonics, and diuretics
known to pharmacy. For the last foity
has been the standard blood-purifier of the
world no other approaching It in popular
confidence or universal demand. Its form
ula is approved by the leading physicians
and druggists. Being pure and highly con
centrated, it is the most economical of any
possible blood medicine. Every put chaser
of Sarsaparllla should insist upon having
tills preparation and sec that eaclt bottle
bears the well-known name of
J. G. Ayer & Co.,
In every quarter of the globe Ayer's San,
saparilla is proved to be the best remedy for
all diseases of the blood. Lowell druggists
unite in testifying to the superior excellence
of this medicine and to its great popularity
in the city of its manufacture.
mEI-AIlED 11 Y
DR. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by Druggists, gl, sis ?5, Worth 55 a otU.
523 ELEVENTH STREET N. W.
Two Doors south of F street.
BRANCH OF S. COHEN & CO.. BOSTON.
We are showing the newest effects in
BLACK and COIiOIlESD SIIiM,
JET AXI SSTEE1L
And are receiving daily additions to our stock.
Wo open to-morrow a new line of
FAXCY .JXftVJGIiED EFFECTS
With Cream or Gold Ground, of our own impor
tation and of exclusive designs.
Special attention is called to the new
In Black, Steel, Jet. and Gold, tho very latest
thing in Dress Trimming-. Our Stock ot
3TOTIOXS M DRESSMAK
Is complete and inspection Is invited.
523 ELEVENTH ST. N. W.
OVER 1,200 IN NUMBER, OF ALL DE
SCRIPTIONS AND SIZES.
Wo make a specialty of these goods, and im
port them directly Irom our houso in Constant!
nople. Wo have tho largest and most superb
stock of Oriental Rugs and Carpets, Hangings,
etc., in tho city. It will surely bo to your advan
tage to examine them before buying elsewhere,
us our prices and goods will have no comparison.
D.K.Varzhabedian & Co.
1022 COXN. AVENUE,
Brunch, U20 FOURTEENTH St
THE INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS
and LOAN ASSOCIATION.
It PAYS BENEFITS in tho EVENTof DEATH.
1 1 is u SAVINGS INSTITUTION.
It LOANS MONEY TO ITS MEMBERS.
SHARES, TWENTY.FIVE OTS. A MONTH.
J. II. SOULE, THOMAS Q. HENSEY,
oc27-tfl 1300 F Street Northwest
Continued from ninth jmiic
Arratigo on a hot dish, pour Bechnmcl sauce
around, and serve.
"IltKNE RUCKKll SllKtUDAN."
A NAVAT. ItECIPK FOIt llHEAl).
Tho wives of tho generals and ndmlrals excel
not only in making fancy dishes, but in getting
up the plainer articles for tho table. Sirs. Gen.
Batiks makes most delicious boiled tomatoes,
which sho serves on toast. Mrs. Gen. Manderson
hns n breakfast dish or corn muffins which her
husband never gets tired of prnising, nnd Mrs.
Gen. Bate makes nn egg-bread consisting of two
cups of corn-mcal, three cups or buttermilk, a
teaspoonful of lard, a tcaspoonful of salt, and
one egg, which, when cooked nnd eaten hot with
fresh buttermilk, will make any Tcnnesscomnn's
stomach get up and howl for more. Of course,
every 0110 wants home-made bread for Thanks
giving, nnd I will lot Mrs. Admiral Crosby, of tho
Navy, tell how you mnko it:
"Two quarts of Hour, 0110 tcaspoonful each of
salt and lard, ono teacupf ul each of yeast and
milk, a little sugar ir desired; thin tho dough
with cold water, and knead about twenty min
utes or longer; put in bowl to rlso over night,
moistening with a little melted lard on top; In
morning, or when light, put Into loaves and set
In same place, then bake."
It may bo thatsomo of the readers of tho above
will not know how to make tho yeast, and I add
1 tins recipe from Sirs. Crosby. It will boat tinv
baking powder in existence:
"Pare six or eight potatoes; cover with about
half gallou or water; boll until tender, then
place in bowl; one teacuprul each of salt and
sugar; throw the water and potatoes through
the colander, and if there is not water enough
add cold water; when it is cool, add ono teacup,
ful of old yeast; eot in warm place for several
hours; then keep in cool place. Will keep
several weeks. L. A. Ckoshy."
MBS. SENATOU CAULlSt-E'S MAYONNAISE.
My next recipes come from Kentucky, a Stato
famed for its hospitality. They are penned In
the handwriting of Mrs. Senator Carlisle, and she
warrants them good. The llrst is for mayon
naise. It is:
"Take yolks of three eggs, juice of ono lemon,
small pinch cayenne pepper, one-half teaspoon
ful salt, ono teaspoonful vinegar, one-quarter
pint best ollvo oil, and teaspoonful prepared
mustard. Put j oiks in 11 china bowl and mix in
salt aud mustard. Stir with a fork and drop in
the oil slowly until it thickens, then add tho
lemon juice aud vinegar, stirring constantly un
til thoroughly mixed."
Auother of Mrs. Carlisle's famous recipes
which is made as follows:
MItS. CARLISLE'S BLACK CAKE.
"Two pounds raisins, two pounds currants.
one pound citron, cut fine; one dozen eggs,
beaten separately; ono pound dark brown
sugar, one pound butter creamed, one table
spoonful allspice, one teaspoonful cloves, one
goblet brandy, nutmegs, Hour tho fruit sepa
rately, ono pound Hour, nnd one teaspoonful
baking powder. Mns. J. G. Carlisle."
With this recipe I close my list of dishes for
your Thanksgiving dinner. J can assure you
that the recipes are all genuine. They are the
result of years of experience, and they have
tickled the stomachs of statesmen and generals.
That they may also be successful aud may tickle
yours is the wish of Miss Grundy, .T11.
SAVE IjA. FAYETTE PARK.
An Inclignunt Protest Against tho Uproot
ing of Flno Old Trees.
To the Editor of The Sunday Herald:
Can you not raise your voice and appeal to
other journals to lift theirs also against the au
thority that is at work destroying La Fayette
Park and its splendid trees in order that Col.
(or Maj.) Ernst may put a statue in some place
where he desires It? "They" have first de
stroyed the south front entrance facing tho
Presidential Mansion, uprooted iioble trees,
among them a superb magnolia, the first one in
the park, and plactd a base there,(at expense of,
1 believe, $6,000,) to which some Senators ob
jected, and there it is still. Now, at another
extra expense, they are digging up the ground
and uprooting trees at tho southeast entrance
for another site. The splendid old tree just at
this entrance taken up to-day, root and branch,
is doubtless historic, and planted by somo
of the "fathers" of our country when the city
was planned. That one tree for health, beauty,
and glory of tho place was worth far more to
human good than any number of statues. Why
not up and beg Franco and other nations not to
give us any more graven images if our city
parks must be despoiled to give them standing
room ? In tho name of art, aesthetics, beauty,
and humanity let us protest against the destruc
tion of our parks and grand old shade trees,
every one o which is worth more than a thou
sand dollars apiece, for money cannot replaco
them. There were two flno shado trees re
cently removed from tho grounds south of tho
White House, which to see destroyed was a
crime, in my eyes, to my thinking, seeing what
a benefaction such great trees can bo, espe
cially in this city of concreto and stone, where
grasses and foliage are so much needed to give
a little vitality to tho air. Tho
air here in warm days, for lack of this
oxygon aud ozone, Is almost insupport
able. It will not bo long before every historic
landmark, oven to tho groat trees planted by the
early fathers of tho Republic, wijl ho swept
away. Surely tho Daughters of tho American
Revolution cannot begin too soon their work of
rescue. Some ono must keep an eye on Col.
Ernst and his Ilk, or they will have tho dome of
tne Unpitoi down and Heaven knows what else
uprooted before Saturday night.
This Government should have a regular stand
ing committeo on art, in or out of Congress,
composed of a few people of tho highest culture,
intelligence, aud lovo of the beautiful, who
Bhould havo charge of just such matters as tho
erection of public memorials and ornamentation
of grounds belonging to tho United States Gov
ernment. Where is Senator Bate, where his
colleagues, that those Senators cannot use their
power to stop tho destroying of Lafayette Parle?
If tho memory of Gon.Lafavottohasnot a nieho
in tho heart and gratitude of tho peoplo it is not
likely a piece of marble will ovoko it or enhance
the glory of that patriot. For art work in tho
Capital wo havo had enough subjects or motifs
from tho field of war. Why not celebrate
scholars, scientists, artists, inventors? We
might as a grateful peoplo begin with a statue
to Edison and Mary, Mother of Washington.
L. K. M.
For tho Most Popular Boy or Girl,
Tun Sunday Herald is going to givo a mag
nificent present to tho Washington boy or girl
who obtains tho largest number of votes in a
contest which begins to-day. Read tho full par
ticulars of it on tho eleventh pago of to-day's
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
Important change of time. See advertise
ment in another column. Train for Chicago
leaves now at 8:80 P. M., instead of 9:30 P. M.,
1200, 1202, 1204 F STREET, CORNER TWELFTH.
LADIES' AND MISSES' JACKETS AND KEEPERS,
Such demand for these goods that our cloak buyers made a Hying trln to tlin Fnntorn m.fi,ni.
and made somo excellent purohascs for immodlato delivery. They are already in-T' nn.i v
sizes seem to be mostly wanted. Wo have got them, and feel confident to flt auy form or" any pura.
ehovioramln'eWlilf fiW?o...?f?.l!:.,,fc' Ci"Ut toslxtcc"'' "road vnles and
Misses' Double- Breasted Navy Itcorer. raised shoulders '.'.'.'.'..'.'.'. '.'.'.I"'. SoHf
Misses' lino Beaver, Tailor Bound, Doublo Breasted Heeler, High Shoulder .' '...'. r'na
14 in nmiiR "ui """ ureusicu, nigii a;iouiuor. Largo Pearl Butttous, I"
Ryt.M lilnn f?linivntt Tnnhln 1)i.Annn.l TTI..1. ot..tl.t. 1 t.. A V . .
- :" - "Vw v., "yiu iuioilu, iiJKii ouuuiuur iicciors. witli linn I'nrafnn nm h Mmi..
8unwi coiinr, extremely nobby, will lit small sizo
Doublc-brenstcd Broad Wales, hluh sliniil.
dor, storm collar $1,18
Plain Knglish Cheviot, double breasted,
very neat; suitable for mourning 5.08
lunvy Blue Cheviot, with gilt military
27-inch or three-quarter length Silk Plush
Vest Front nnd Hovoro Collar, Seal Plush:
high shoulders 15.48
27-inch or three-quarter length Satin-llncd.
Seal Plush, vest front, with wool seal
rolling collar fli.'JS
Imported Diagonal Cheviot, with wool
Astrachau sleeves, vest front, satin
Ladies' Broad Walo Chevron Vest Front,
Ilcvcro of Pur Astrachan, high shoul
Imported Melton, Point ApplIquC, braided;
high sleeves, in steel, blue, and black. . 24.48
Plain Black Dlauonal, tailor made, full
Beef or front, cord f astouings 13.08
..V. ITDEAV LONG WRAPS.
Seal Plush Mantel, full length back, extra
Chevron Newmarket, storm collar 10.48
Then wo havo a line of flno English Broad
cloth Newmarkets in terracotta, navy, brown,
drab, black, and myrtlo. This particular line is
n garment for n lady wishing something neat
and sedate; has full, high sleeves, braided cuff,
and V-shapc back, at 29.08
FROM OUR JERSEY DEPARTMENT
Plain Imported Jersey Vest Front, high shoul
Tucked Yoke Jersey 2.GS
Plain Tailor-made Jersey 2.C8
Plain Jersey, high collar and shoulder.... 2.(53
These three numbers are extremely
good vnluo and excellent sellers.
All-wool, braided front, high shoulders.... $2.78
Fine Cashmere finish, Hat braid, high
shoulders 0 gs
Every one of these Jerseys is of this season's
Importation and bought before the advance of
1200, 1202, 1204 F STREET, CORNER TWELFTH
KAUFMAN & SICKLE.
A palatable and nu
tritive remedy for
Coughs, Colds, Bron
chitis, Incipient Con
sumption, and All Ail
ments of the Throat
Pleasant to take and
an excellent muscle
and flesh producor,
cases being known
where a gain of ten
pounds in one month
has boon accom
plished by its uso.
HypopllOSpllitOS A nutritieut aud
OF for weak and delicate
constitutions in cither
LIME children or adults,
restoring tono and
vigor to a degree un
AriD equaled by any other
preparation o f tho
JUUUA. same character.
Price, 75 cents. Three bottles, $2.
EDWARD P. MEBTZ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AGENTS,
1014 F ST WASHINGTON.
lady as well ions
IS ALSO KID GLOVE DAY.
Wo havo a full line of honest goods. Every
pair wo sell at 75c. and upward wo guarantee if
you allow us to Ht them to your hand.
10-button Mousquctairo Suede "58
12-buttonMousquetairo Suede "''u
S-button Mousquctairo Suede 7 fiii
S-button Mousquctairo Suedo 148
8.button MousquctaireSuede 7
4-button Suede !"'.'.'.'.'.. 135
S-button Dressed Kid .".'"," i"C8
4-button Dressed Kid j'gj
4-button Dressed Kid 1,35
7-hook Dressed Kid jVj
4-button Dressed Kid 1 00
5-button Dressed Kid .'.'.' j9c
Gauntlets Dressed Kid 143
1 Gauntlets Suede Palm.....' 1.03
4-button Misses1 Dressed Kid 59o
4-button Misses' Dressed Kid oSc
Cbuttou Mousquctairo Suede 1.23
! G-button Biarritz g'gc
Lndies' Cashmere Gloves 23c
Ladies' Cashmere Gloves zic
1 Ladies' Cashmere Gloves iC
Ladies' Taffeta, ilcece lined jgc
Ladies' Silk, Heeco lined '.... Qgc
1 Ladies' Wool Mitts o
1 Ladies' Wool Mitts 30c
Ladies Wool Mitts 4o0
Ladies' Silk Mitts igc
' Ladles' Silk Mitts 70c, 9Sc, S1.23
Misses' Cashmere Gloves 23c
Misses' Cashmere Gloves 3gfi
Misses' Wool Mitts 2lc, 25c, 39c, 40c
Boys' Cloth Gloves .-,(.
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BUILDING AND LOAN
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $25,000,000
PAYABLE IN MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
CENTRAL OFFICE, 1 3 1 3 F St. N. W.
GEO. J. JOHNSON. Dlrcotor West End National
n ,&nft,n,n5 ?foli"80U Luttroll, Dry Goods.
C. n . HOWARD, Sec'y Firemen's Ins. Co. and
, , v-.r teSi0,1' J,,n,nk of Washington.
FRANK HUME, Wholesale Grocery Merchant
(Member of Virginia Legislature.)
E. G. DAVIS, Collector of Taxes for District or
. S. HOGfi. Commission Merchant, President
Commercial lira Insurance Co., nnd Director
T ,,r , Lincoln National Bank.
J. AV. 1'OSTER. Attornoy-at-Law. Leesburg, Va.
(Olllce, Washington, D. C.)
T. C. DANIEL, of Daniel ic Armat, Real Estate,
Washington, D. C.
, , t, TREASURER:
Lincoln National Bank, Washington. D. C
w . , DP0SIT0RY OF SECURITIES: ' '
A ashington Safe Doposlt Company, Wnshlng
, , ton, D. O.
Wowantafow trustworthy agents to repre
sent our coranany-both ladles und geutlomen.
Call or send for further information.
COL. J. A. PATTEE,
GENERAL MANAGER OF AGENTS.
DEPOT QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
Washington, D. 0., November . 1800
Sealed proposals, In triplicate, subject to usua
conditions, will bo recoived hero until II o'clock
A. M. December 10. 1800, and then opened, for
furnishing during tho six months commencing
January 1, lbOl.and ending JuiioSO, 1891, such
forage, straw, nnd bran as may bo required.
Preference will bo given to articles of domestic
production or manufacture, conditions of qual
ity and price (Including in tho prico of lorclgn
production or manufacture tho duty thereon)
being equal. All information required will bo
furnished on application to this olllco. Envel
opes contalnbig proposals should bo marked
"Proposals for Forago and Straw," and ad
dressed to G. B. DANDY, Deputy Quartermast or
General, U. S. A. nolU-lt5