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THE STJlstDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1890.
FRAMLE & 00.
CORNER SEVENTH AND H STREETS N. W.
AMERICAN ENERGIZER MANUFACTURING CO., Limited,
:-J- ' . j 1416 F STREET N.W., WASHINGTON, D. C. " '
! ' MrfWo vlsf s at ' 13 e n n i xi sr s . T . c - rJ
THE SAME HOUSE-POWER FOR ONE-TENTH OF THE COAL.
Estimates furnished for this Engine or Momentum Energizer, whereby parties can use Electricity
for Lighting Purposes, using their present boiler aud engine, making the light cost merely the prico
of putting in tho Energizer and Dynamos, without using any more fuel, and giving increased results
In horse-power for the steam evaporated.
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On Account of I'urity, Ago, and Strength.
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Weak and Debilitated Persons.
It invigorates and promotes digestion,
giving a normul tone to tho storaaoh, and
thereby increasing tho appetite.
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PUKE FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WINES
AND LI QUO US,
And Solo Agent for Trimble and Perfection Old
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1200 and 1202 Pennsylvania avenuo N. W.
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713 SEVENTH ST. N. W.
Uadj;c of all UoBcriptlouu a Specialty.
015 Pennsylvania Avenue.
THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS
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Checks Worth Money in
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CLEAlt AS AMllEIt IN THE CUP
AJI fjirocci'K Keep It.
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THK OAItNlVATi OF NATIONS.
Some of Uio Xotnblo Costumes 'Worn by
Those "Who Took l'nrt.
Tho Nntlonnl Carnival eiven by tho Potomac
Corps G. A. 1., during ihc past week at tho
Hides' Armory, was ono of tho most brilliant
entertainments over attempted by any organiza
tion In this community. Tho tableaux, set
with rich costumes, wcro llvlne pictures of
benuty. Many of tbc costumes wcro made on
purpose at a cost of hundreds of dollars. Tho
decorations of tho booths surpassed anything
everdono In that lino boforo; aud It Is needless
to say that tho carnival proved to bo In every
way a great success, socially and financially.
Tho Chinese, Japanese, and Corcan legations
lent most Y.iluabloald, making suggestions nnd
loaning national costumes and br!c-fl-brnc.
Many of tho ladles taking part in the tab
leaux, or presiding at booths, wore costumes
worthy of special mention for their beauty.
Mrs. Ferree, president of tho corps, was In puro
whlto crCpo with laco overdress. Mrs. Phillips,
wlfo of Paymastor Phillips, of tho Navy, woro a
beautiful red Japaneso dress, embroidered In
gold. Several of tho other ladles woro Im
ported dresses. Mrs. Imogono Churchill was
in gray Japanese silk, embroidered In silver.
Mrs. llaltus DoLoug, as Empress of Uussla,
looked regal In a scarlot satin court dress, en
tralno, with overdress of silver tissue, the front
of which was elaborately trimmed with gold
lace, bodlco pompadour with long court
sleeves. Tho coronet was of gold, heavily
jeweled, diamonds and pearls for ornaments.
Mrs. DoLong has a fine figure, and made a
very elegant appcarauce. Mrs. D. W. Hough
ton was'in tho character of Queon of Norway
aud Sweden, and her costumo was of elegant
light brocaded silk with a maroon velvet front,
trimmed with rich passementerie. Sbo
woro a round crown, heavily jeweled. Mrs.
O'Donnell, as a Chlneso, looked very liko a
native with hor stralghtly combed back hair,
and two long pins sticking straight up high
above her bead. Sho woro n red skirt and over
It outsldo a loose gown of blue brocade. Sho
has lived among tho Chlneso and knows how
they do It. Mrs. Drendounle woro a pink silk
gown, combined with lace, a long lace Bertha.
Sho represented Anna Boloyn. "Mrs. Eldredgo
woro a flowered ottoman silk gown, with red
turban, and scarlet jacket. Mrs. Shipley rep
resented a Persian lady, in soft flowing robes,
with green velvet jacket, and spangled bodice
and skirt. Mrs. Constantine, Turkish lady, in
pink and blue silk. Mrs. Nora Koonny was in
white and blue silk, gold trimming, and red
turban; Mrs. M. G. Guigan in yellow crGpo
and black velvet jacket, turban, and gold
spangles. Mrs. Nellie A. Brown, as Queen
Elizabeth, woro a royal purple court dress;
ornaments, diamonds. Mrs. Ellen Wright was
in black silk, and Miss Flagler was In whlto
silk. Miss Stella Merrltt and Miss
Flora Davis, whito China 6ilks, represented
Vestals; Miss Florence Davles, Amy Robsart,
aud Miss Florence Diendonnic, Scotch lass,
In whito muslin and a tarletan plaid sash and
Scotch cap; Clara Davis Walton, sliepherdess,in
blue Scotch plaid. Amontr the Grecian beauties
were Mrs. Campbell Wlndom and Mrs. Church
Ill, in costumes of white; Mrs. Jennings, Italian
peasant, in black skirt and red bodice,wlth red
kerchief on her head. Florence Burchard wore
an Italian costumo of red, with velvet bodlco
spangled with cold; Mrs. Nellie Itoyce. black
laco and yellow satin; Mrs. Wyckoff, red dress,
black velvet bodice; Miss WyckoiT,red dress and
peasant waist; Mrs. Ricker, blue dress, gilt
trimmings; Mrs. Brackett, black silk and rich
lace; Mrs. Plumley, black silk, en traine; Miss
Brackett, a pretty Spanish costumo of black
lace; Miss L. E. Colston, gipsy queen, in pearl
satin with lace, ornaments of gold. She told
all tho fortunes of the various gentlemen rep
resenting China, Japan, and Corea, and they
paid liberally for such bright omens as her
horoscope disclosed. Miss Nellie Matthews
woro a peasant dress with blue skirt and
black velvet fcbodico. Miss Carrio Harrison
assisted at the press booth, in a gown of black
brocade; Mrs. M. D. Lincoln, in black silk,
with lace overdress; Mrs. Voorhis, In black net
over silk. Mrs. Col. De Arnaud woro a rich
pearl-colored satin, embroidered with moss
roses In natural colors. It was ono of the hand
somest toilettes 6cen. Her ornaments wero
diamonds and pearls. She represented a court
lady. Miss Bessie Tyler woro blue net over
silk. Mrs. Alice C. 11111, as a gipsy, was in red
silk skirt, whlto velvet vest, braided In silver
cord, black velvet jncket, and red cap. She
also told numerous fortunes with her mystical
cards. Miss Cusock was a Persian lady, in yel
low crepe and black velvet. Mrs. L. Harding
wore black crCpe, black velvet bodice, trimmed
with crCpe. Mrs. Ellena Wright was in black
silk; Mrs. Flagglor, in white silk.
Great pains were taken at tho carnival to
render the Swedish tableau as characteristic
as possible. Mrs. Chris, neurlch wore a mag
nificent dress in the tableau of the "Swine
herd," where she posed as the princess. It is
reported that this fine costume was made for
tho occasion, at a cost of $GC0. It had a court
train of velvet, and glittered with precious
stones. Her ornaments were diamonds. Sho
looked every inch a queen. Miss Gebser, tho
Swedish bride in tho tableau, has only been in
this country a few weeks, and she is a perfect
typo of Norwegian beauty, tall and fair. Her
bridal dress was of blue satin, heavily orna
mented with passementerie. Miss Mary Hoiler
ton woro white satin; her niece, pink satin.
Miss Sophia Nicholson took tho part of the
king In tho tableau of tlio "Swineherd." Tho
royal robes wero trimmed wltfc ermine, and tho
king carried a golden sceptre nnd woro a 1ow
As Queen of Russia, in tho Russian tableaux,
Mrs. Do Long looked royal in her court suit of
crimson satin and heavily-jeweled crown. Tho
scono In tho harem tableau on Friday night was
a very pretty ono. The ladles of tho harem
Mrs. Eldridge, Miss Jesslo Nichols, Mrs. Rooney,
Mrs. McGuigan, and Mrs. Sheploy made very
picturesque Turkish women; and tho two littlo
Turks in the booth wero charming especially
Lulu Constantino, in red full pants, with a rtd
fez cap on her pretty little head.
Miss Carrio Harrison, of tho press booth,
rnado a beautiful Hvpatia. Sho woro a soft
black silk gown, with whito crGpo poplum
draped from tho left shoulder and falling
loosely round her fine, tall figure Mrs. Voor
his, of this booth, appeared as Madame DoStUel,
while Mrs. Emily L. Sherwood typified her
character of Blue Stocking with a tiny silk hose
on her left arm simplo black dress.
On Friday night tho tableau of France, in
which Charlotte Corday was seen on her way to
prison, was exceedingly well done as was
also tho Spanish danco by pupils of Professor
Vermilya, and in tho maypolo dance. Those
takiiie part in these wero Mrs. Thomas Calver,
Madames Mary Page, Annio Hamilton, Emily
Chisholm, Uelestia Ferris, Lilllau Miller, Miss
Olivo Travors, Bello Houghton, Katlo Mc
Monlgle, Mninio Calver, Minnio Alexunder,
Grace Thompson, Jessio Smith, Katlo Van6aut,
and Gertrude Jockum. Mrs. Balchuster,
"The Portly Housekeeper" in tho Hearts of
Mid-Lothian, woro a black velveteen dress,
plain skirt, low square bodlco, kerchief tucked
inside, sleeves to elbow, with full muslin ruilles
below, square, muslin laco-edged apron cover
ing front breadth, muslin cap, stick in hand,
bunch of keys at side. Mrs. S. G. Lyford, as
a lady of tho Elizabethan period, woro a gray
silk, front of brocade, a family heirloom, head
dress resembling that of Mary Queen of Scots,
worn by tho ladles of tho time at tho Eliza
bethan tableau on Thuisday night.
This ilno entertainment closed on Saturday
night with a grand march, participated in by
all tho nationalities participating in costume.
During tho afternoon of Saturday a children's
matineo was held, iucludiug all tho fancy
dances given during tho week. An auction and
Virginia reel closed tho carnival, aud tho mem
bers of Potomac Relief Corps, W, It. C scored
a full treasury and a social success In every way.
JL U jLYO.
Another supply of Shoulder Capes just received in
SEALSKIN with PERSIAN and MARTEN FLARE COLLARS.
PERSIAN LAMB CAPES at $18.00 to $40.00.
MARTEN CAPES at $30.00 to $35.00 and $40.00.
WOOL SEAL CAPES $16.00 and upward.
ASTRACHAN CAPES $12.00 and upward.
Large stock of Black Fur Capes at $4.50 to, $12.00. Durable
and stylish. Coney and Muskrat Capes at $12.00. Imitation
SEALSKIN JACKETS at $90.00, $100.00, and upward.
Theso goods aro cheaper now than they will bo in tho future. Wo bavo twenty in stock. Those
desiring bargains in desirable nnd stylish garments can obtain thorn from us.
A few SEAL SACKS at old prices.
FUR TRIMMINGS in overy variety of fur.
DUNSSKRYORK HATS MUFP8 Bt 2- t0 matcl1 B"0"8
SILK UMBRELLAS and CANES for Holiday Presents.
All goods reliable and sold as low as any houso in America.
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and finish arc equal to that of any builder in the country, and excelled
by none. Our disjtlay of Fine Harness far surpasses anything in that
line ever shoivn in this city. Our stoclc of Carriage Robes, Horsti
Blankets, and Stable Belongings is full and comjrtete. The stock is
large and selection good.
New Ware-Rooms, 102S ad 1030 Conn. Ave.
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where d gain of ten
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has boon accom
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restoring tono and
vigor to a degreo un
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Price, 75 cents. Three bottles, $2.
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AGENTS,
1014 F ST., WASHINGTON.
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AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $25,000,000
PAYAHLI3 IN MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
CENTRALOFFICE, 1313 F St. N.W.
GEO. J. JOHNSON, Director West End National
Iliink. and of Johnson & iAittroll, Dry Goods,
C. W. HOWAUD, Beo'y Firemen's Ins. Co. and
. Director Hank of Washington.
FltANK HUME, Wholesalo Grocery Merchant
(Member of Virginia Legislature.)
E.G.DAVIS, Collector of Taxes for District of
W. S. IIOGE, Commission Merchant, President
Commercial Firo Insuranco Co., and Director
Lincoln National Dank.
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GENERAL MANAGEU OF AGENTS,
DEPOT QUAltTEHMASTEU'S OFFICE
Washington, 1). 0., November 1, 1600
Sealed proposals, in triplicate, subject to usua
conditions, will bo received hero until 11 o'clook
A. M. December 10. 1830, nnd then opened, for
furnishing during tho six months commencing
Januuryl, 1801, and ending JunoUO, l?ui, such
forage, straw, and bran s may bo rf quired.
Proforeniso will bo given to articles of domestic
production or iiiuniU'aoturo, conditions of qual
ity and prico (Including in tho prico of foreign
production or munufucttiro tho duty thereon)
being equal. All Information required will bo
furnished on application to this ofllco. Envel
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"Proposals for Forago and Straw," und ad
drossed to G. II. DANDY, Deputy Quurtormastor
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