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TKCJK SUNDAY HKRALD. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1S90.
THE BEADLY PARALLEL COLUMN
OUR $35 SUIT CUT TO ORDER.
Very Hc3t Trimmings.
Flno Foreign Goods.
First-clnss Cutting Talent.
Large Selection Styles.
The High-priced Tailor's $60 Suit.
Very Best Trimmings.
Flno Foreign Goods.
First-class Cutting Talent.
Largo Selection Styles.
What's the difference ? In your imagination and the tailor's pocket,
HAVE TOTJ VISITED OUR STOKE ?
1)43 Pennsylvania Avcnnc, Washington, J. C.
Which is one of 3!) Branch Stores of the
mouth Rock Pants Co.,1
A PLAIN-SPOKEN DENTIST.
ItE WISUKS AM. HIS BKKTHKEN HAD
A MANIA FOK NEATNESS.
Then Thoro Would Ho Less Dnneer to
Their Fntlontn find Themselves Some
of the Alarming legibilities of Pro
HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN WATCHES.
1 carry the largest assort
ment ol' American Watches,
Diamonds, anfl 14-Carat
Gold Chains in this city,
and -will sell yon on credit
at cash prices. Call and ex
amine my special line ol
J. L. SALTZSTE1N, .T3R,., JETrVELER.,
505 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
BUY IOUE TRUNKS AND
Buggy or Road Harness.
$25 reduced to $18
$30 reduced to $20
$35 reduced to $25
$40 reduced to $30
Carriage or Coupe Harness.
$dO reduced to $30
$50 reduced to $40
$65 reduced to $50
Special Attention Given to the Repairing of Trunks and Harness.
KNEESSrS, 425 7th st- next t0 odd bellows' Hall.
T0"o X3-U.S1; 1
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
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY
4:13 Tenth Street Northwest.
SMALL GAS BOILERS at $1.15 and $1.50, Good for a Hasty
Cup of Tea or Coffee.
MCELROY'S ART STORE,
1003 PENNA. AVENUE.
ETCHINGS, ENGRAVINGS, WATER COLORS, PHOTO
GRAPHS, and PHOTOGRAVURES.
PICTUltE FRAMES in Gold, White and Gold, Silver, Ivory,
and in all kinds of Hard Wood.
"I remember reading somo tlmo ngo of a Ger
man princess whoso Ioto of neatness and horror
of overythlug untidy and unclean developed Into
an acute mania," said a woll-known dentist tho
other day In conversation with n Heuald re
porter. "Tho poor princess had actually to bo
put in a retreat of somo kind. I believe. I don't
remember what name the doctors give this sort
of mania, but tho point I want to mako Is this,
that it would bo a good thing if all dentists wcro
ailllcted with it, at least in a mild form. A den
tist can never be too neat about his dress and
his person, nor too scrupulously careful about
his Instruments. Ho owes this to his patrons,
not only so as to avoid oflcndine their sight and
smell while operating on them, but for much
"If nervous people knew of tho danecrs that
may lurk in a careless dentist's chair tho jump
ing toothacho would often bo endured rather
than employ a dentist who was not immacu
lately clean porsonully. I would much rather
cat off tho samo plate with my dog than bo
operated upon In somo ofilces I know of. It Is
not only men who run tho risk of being Inocu
lated with moro than ono poison, but women
"Only last year," resumed tho dentist after a
pause, "a lady camo to me to havo a tooth ex
tracted. On cxamiulng her mouth I discovered
an ulcerous sore on her cum. Knowing her
long and Intimately, I ventured to ask her how
lone it had been there, and if sho know its ma
" 'I havo had a soro there over since having a
tooth extracted about ten mouths ago,' said
she, mentioning a well-known dentist as the
"'Did you over go back to him about it?' I
" l0h, yes, and he assured mo it was only an
ulcer resulting from acidity of tho stomach.'
"I explained to her tho serious naturo of this
ulcer, and further that it was my belief that she
got it in tho dentist's chair through careless
handling of his instruments.
"It is not only patients who are in danger, but
we aro bIeo, having to operato on all sorts and
conditions of men. There is no safety except
in absolute cleanliness. Tho operator should
make it a religious duty to bo personally as neat
and clean as a Quaker maiden, and his hands
and cuffs should be immaculate, while his breath
should neither bo made offensivo to the most re
fined woman or delicate child by the fumes of
liquor or tobacco. Ills instruments should bo
cleansed immediately after using by a bath of
strong disinfectant fluid, either carbolic acid, or
Dicmonuo ot mercury. Jiy tms means no wouiu
do away with all danger. If only dentists who
aro models of neatness were employed tho world
would havo fewer cases of 'canker' to record.
Canker is like 'malaria' it covers a multitude of
nameless sins. Whenever a disease is obscure
or persistent or indescribable (in its true colors)
it is labeled canker, and that is enough. Half
tho timo tho victim cets no further information
of the true inwardness of the diseaso thataflllcts
him until a general breakdown and in somo
AMONG OUR ARTISTS.
Mr. 8. Jerome Uhl has taken a studio In tho
finest new art building of New York, the Sher
wood, corner of Fifty-seventh street and Sixth
avenue. He proposes, however, only to divide
his timo between this city and New York and
will therefore continue to occupy his studio in
Vernon Row. Mr. Uhl already has several re
munerative commissions for portraits in his
New York studio. His spleudld coloring and
artistic setting of a picture give him an envia
Max Weyl has sold two of his choicest Adi
rondacks pictures, his summer's work, to
SeHor Mendouga, tho Brazilian Minister. That
gentleman takes ono of these choice works with
him to Brazil as a present to his brother and
the other to place in tho Academy of Fine Arts
in his native country. A connoisseur of varied
experience says of ono of these pictures that he
regards It as qulto equal to any of the best
types of tho modern French school. It con
tains all of "Woyl's most subtlo touches and
most pleasing effects of color, with raro at
mosphere and reach of perspective. Its tono
also appeals to tho imagination oven where it
is most realistic in a poetical way that Is charm
ing. We may as well wake up to tho fact that
we have several gentlemen in our midst just
now who possess the artistic sense In a hieh de
gree, and Max Weyl is not ono of the least, but
rather ouo of tho greatest of these. Some day
Ave shall all bo glad that ho left off selling jew
elry somo years ago to paint pictures, If wo aro
not as appreciative now as wo might ho of his
Ono of tho best places outsldo of a church to
spend a quiet and profltablo Sunday afternoon
Is in tho art gallery of our enterprising fellow
citizen, Mr. Thomas Waggaman, at 8300 O
street, West End, or (old-stylo) Georgetown.
His gallery has choice specimens of tho modern
French masters on Its walls, besides somo rare
canvases furnished by our homo talent. R. N.
Brooke Is represented by a characteristic
study of a "Quiet Corner," where a young
"culled pusson" scrapes out tho cako pan with
evident satisfaction. It is a good companion
piece of tho "Pastoral Call" in tho Corcoran
Gallery by tho samo pencil, while Max Woyl's
"Twilight" is ono of hisbcstspeclmensof work.
Another homo artist, butseldom If ever excelled
inwatcr-colorauywhere.Mr. Holmes,hasa "Chl
ogglan Freight Boat of Venico." There aroalsoa
half dozen family portraits on tho walls painted
by Brooke,each ono of which is not only a repre
sentation of an individual, but an expression of
ideal aitlstlcwork as well. In ceramics tho
gallery is unusually rich. "Wlion public as
well as private art gallorles In this city, with
libraries and museums, open their doors on
Sundays to those who havo no opportunity to
visit them on other days of tho week wo shall
havo taken an advance step toward good morals
and noblo living, as well as affordintr opportu
nity to cultivate tho best there Is In an earnest
and striving man or woman. Mr. Waggaman
Is n careful and discriminating collector. Ho is
most ably assisted in seleetlug and arranging
his pictures by his friend, Mr. It. N. Brooke.
Both these gentlemen afford every facility for
information to those visiting Mr. Waggaman'a
charming home and gallery, of which too much
cannot uo saiu in mo way 01 coramenuauon.
Those who have had their Shins made by us
for the past ten years have been pleased.
Our Shirts to measure cannot be excelled.
IVERS & POND,
inir m mviirwrw'fflcmi
REGILDING OLD FRAMES A SPECIALTY, PAINTINGS CLEANED, KESTOHED,
VAUNISHED. PICTURES HUNG, BOXED, AND SHIPPED AT SHOUT NOTICE.
AND OTHER CARDS,
Correctly engraved: orders placed with Messrs. Gedney & Roberts,
407 Tenth Street, have their experienced personal supervision In tho
selection of papers, tho employment of skillful engravers and in tho
printing. At their building, adjoining the Herald office, aro the man,
the methods and the machinery. Orders placed direct with tho
makers secure the best results.
From January to April Mr. Waguaman's gal
lery Is open on every Thursday, when the
small fee of twenty-five- couts is charged and
devoted to deserving charities.
Electric Belt Free.
To introduce It und obtain agents tho under
signed Hrra will give away a fow of their 85.00
Gorman Electric Belts invented by Prof. Van der
Weydo.Pres. of tho Now York Eloctrical Society,
(U.S. Pat. 257,017,) poaltlvo euro for Noryous
Dobillty, llheumutiBm, Loss of 1'ovver, oto. Ad
dress ElectrioAgonoy, P.O.Box 178, Brooklyn,
N. Y. "Write to thomto-dav.
Old instruments taken In part payment. Tuning and repairing. Telephono 1329.
13 N.Charles Street, Baltimore, Mil.
1217 Main Street, Richmond, Va.
FRANK BUTIiER, Manager
O.'Jl F Street Northwest.
HOLMES $& O
511 NINTH STKEET,
Havo Everything in tho Way of
K H he
That could bo desired, nnd will sell AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. Pleaso call and examine
their stock, nnd If you seo anything you want for A CHRISTMAS GIFT you will bo suro
that it is of THE VERY BEST QUALITY and latest style. AVo also have a full lino of
SATCHELS, POCKETBOOKS A UMBEE1IAS.
Remember that tho number is E"""g T -a
2J3 JL JL b no30.6ml2
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FINE EFFECTS IN
iDR-AJPERIES AND WALL JP-AJPEXfc.
MANY NOVELTIES IN FURNITURE.
SPECIAL DESIGNS IN HUGS AND CARPETS TO ORDER
WE CAN FURNISH YOUR HOUSE FROM THE PIjASTER.
1214 F STREET NORTH-WEST.
SAEEIY AND P
YOXT SHOULD BUY A CORNER I.OT.
616 TWELFTH STREET, N. W.
I am now receiving n lino linoof all tho best makes of BREECH-LOADERS, both HAMMEltLESS
and with HAMMEU, Tho English guns aro of my own importation, and every gun warranted as
represented. Wo mako a specialty this season of JLiJ3JJ"JB'V3iIt &: X'A.XtXCIESXl
BKO.'W IIAJVl'MXi'ltl-.JESS, both being now low-priced puns and marvelously cheap.
Tho lino embraces guns from tbo well-known faotorles ore. G. BONEHILL, CLABROUGH& BRO.,
WILLIAM MOOHE, J. WESTON W. RICHARDS, MONTGOMERY, COLT, PAltKERS, otc.
Sportsmen desiring to purohaso a lino gun can savo nionoy and uunoyanco by calling on mo.
Intend that every man buying a gun of mo, if ho bo not satislled with his purchase, 3hall bo granted
tho prlvilego of exchanging for ono that does suit him. If wo don't hnvo tho gun you want wo wil.
got 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.
.AllICiiitlH oIBEVOIjVEKS, OTJrJ?IJEItY, KAZOBS, tnxA iniaot
lEvox'ytliliiK in tlio Sporting; Xiliio.
Best goods at lowcBt prices and warranted as represented is our motto of doing business.
2WL. JL. a?3?3?A.N, 1013 Pennsylvania Ave.
REPAIRING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
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