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THE) SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1890.
cheaper ones to
Buckingham & Co., London, make the best Neck
wear in the world! We are their agents for this
District. The designs and colorings are truly
wonderful and beyond description.
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ITERS & POND,
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13 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, Bid.,
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MANY NOVELTIES IN 'FURNITURE.
SPECIAL DESIOTS IN HUGS AND CARPETS TO ORDER
WE CAN FURNISH YOUR HOUSE FROM THE PLASTER.
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1214 F STREET NORTHWEST.
That beautiful corner at Seventh and G
streets N. E., 72 feet on G street and 116 on
Seventh, only 92 cents per foot. On very
REAL ESTATE, LOANS, AND INSURANCE.
PICTURE FRAMES in Gold, White and Gold, Silver, Ivory,
and in all kinds of Hard Wood.
REGILDING OLD FRAMES A SPECIALTY. PAINTINGS GLEANED, RESTORED, AND
VARNISHED. PICTURES HUNG, IIOXED, AND SHIPPED AT SHOUT NOTICE.
1 Jo. V. S:
Corner Sixth Street and
UToloiriiano Call, 7KJ-3,
DOING INVITATIONS "iSSVAk
Correctly engraved: orders placed with Messrs. Gedney &. Roberts,
407 Tenth Street, have their experienced personal supervision In thn
FIRST selection of papers, the employment of skillful engravers and In the
prlntl"3, At the,r bu,,d,"S adjoining the Herald offico, are tlio men,
HANDS the methods and the machinery. Order3 placed direct with tho
makers secure the best result!!.
suit your taste. J. It
H G stroots.
Tuning and repairing. Tclcphono 1329.
FRANK BUTIjER, Manager
93-1 F Street Nortlrvvcst.
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Ahthuii 13. Smith.
'. Smith $t Bro..
Now York Avenue.
FASHIONS FOR MEN.
WHAT THOSE WHO "WISH TO BE CON
SIDKKKl) WELL-DRESSED WEAK.
Now Scurfs nntl tho Art of Tying Thom
White and Fancy Colored Vosti In
Favor Gnitors Not So Much Worn A
Now Thing In Shoes.
Now York World.
Ono of tho lntcst nnd probably tho protticst
ties worn In mnny years Is tho wide-flowing
Ascot. Thoy nro becomine to almost ovory
man, and when ono loams to tlo them proporly
bo can wnlk out, feeling that his neckwear Is
not a day behind tho ago. It is of soft silicon
material, and although tho movements aro Toiy
simplothoroisnot ono man in five that can tlo
tho scarf properly or without' considerable
practice. They may get tho propor folds, but
tho trick of tho job is to mako tho baud urouud
tho neck lit snugly and not have tho tio bo looso
that it will sag during tho day. There Is no
doubt that it 1b part of a well-bred man's educa
tion that he should bo taught how to tie bis own
neckwear. This dopartmeut has gained such
importance in London and Paris that schools
havo been established by gentlemen's valets
whero tho various knots will bo taught for a
The bost-dresscd man wears tho plainest Bhirt
fronts. They are Tory wide, and thocollai6on
tho dress shirts arc attached.
White duck veBts and fancy colored vests, not
too gaudy, arc being worn a great deal during
tho season, and they novcr fail to lend a fresh
and original appearance during this timo of tho
year. Vest linincs still remain popular and aro
no longer considered fads. They set off a man's
neckwear to vory good effect and some men put
in a black silk lining (made to order) botween
tho edgo of a whito vest and a white tie. Tho
combination Is vory pretty.
Tho idea of wearing two scarf-pins is ono of
tho most amusing yet vulgar fads that has been
pushed before the eyes of tho public for many a
day. It Is something no sensible or ovon well
dressed gentleman would bo guilty of.
Tho high turn-over collar with tho high back
has passed that period of being a novelty and is
now on sale at mo6tall of tho reputable bouses.
Spoaking of this new stylo of collar, howover, it
is very bad taste to wear anything but a big bow
with them. This gives it tho necessary sem
blance of tho old-timo stock. A puff cannot bo
worn with them and a four-in-hand must not.
The roll collars made a hit from tho start and
are being sold in almost every furnishing store.
Puff tics and four-in-hands suit this stylo with
Regarding jewelry, very little of it should bo
worn, and then of the plainest or most curious
kind. Not more than one diamond should be
worn, as a ring and a solitaire, and a horseshoe
Is admissiblo at the scarf.
For full-dress shirt studs diamonds are now
considered almost vulgar. Pearls aro tho
"proper caper," and tho moonstone has como
forward lately nnd succoeded in gaining a great
deal of popularity.
Thero has been a noticeable falling off in tho
wearing of gaiters this winter, and now thoy arc
worn no longer asli fad, but for comfort.
It Is no longer considered necessary for a man
to take bis hat off in an elevator containing
women, other than ono running in a hotel. The
reason given for this change Is that not only aro
tho elevators in the majority of the public build
ings very draughty, but women have entered
into commercial business to such an extent that
a man could hardly run across an elevator that
did not contain ono or two type-writers, stenog
raphers, etc. In tho hotels there aro no
draughts, and ho runs no chance of catching
cold. It is, therefore, not at all bad form to
keep your hat on in a public elevator, and your
position as a gentleman isn't injured in tho
The Blucher shoe, which resembles tho 'long
shoreman's brogan, only that it is of much finer
quality and of nicer shape, is rapidly gaining
many admirers on account of Its heavy make,
warmth, and beauty. Button shoes aro no
longer in tho race, but will always bo worn by a
certain class of men who have worn them all
Don't wear a small black satin bow or a
white lawn tio to business every day unless you
aro a professional man.
Don't carry a little thin cano unless you aro
under sixteen years of ago or too old and weak
to support a heavier one.
Don't carry a cano to business.
Don't wear a silk hat to business every morn
ing unles3 you aro an elderly gentleman and tho
dignity of your position requires It.
Don't, above all, wear a silk hat if you aro a
young man, with the idoa that it will lend you
the dignity you do not possess. It will only
cause other people to feel sorry for you.
Don't go out of tho house with a button off
your coat. Sew it on yourself first.
Don't keep frayed collars and cuffs lying
among your linen. Sort them out and give
them away, for If you should happen to wear
ono somo timo tho cntiro effect of tho icst of
your clothes would be lost.
Don't wear a pair of cracked patent leather
shoes. Thoy will be noticed taoro than you
bavo any Idea of, and don't t?j to got them
patched and then wearthem. If anything, thoy
look worse than before.
Don't wear shabby gloves If you dress well at
all. They look mean and poverty-stricken, and
mending does them little or no good.
Grapo and "Wino Glint.
A few words on wino aro seasonable. Many
resorvo wino for tho festive board. It should
foim part of tho diet of those who know how to
use wine rationally.
Oysters aro ordinarily assimilated by milk or
alo. Tho bivalve obtains greater zest by drink
ing with it a glass of cooled Riesliug, Moselle,
or Sauteruo, A pony glass of sherry after tho
soup adds to its enjoyment. A glass of blood
enrfchlng claret at 05 Fahr., together with tho
swallow from tho water tumbler, belongs to sub
sequent dishes. California clarets from high
grado grapes and choice California Burgundy
should supplant exotic labels, which aro often
Poit wino in small doses is a medicine and
restorer of spent energy for oufeoblcd persons,
A modicum of old poit Is also pleasant at tho
dessert. But measuro tho dose. Port is a f orti
To top off tho meal with a glass of sparkling
wino several nativo champagucs, having their
own carbonic acid gas, aro meiltorlous substi
tutes for expensive foreign fancy brands.
At our ofilco, 717 Fifteenth street, wo offer
specialties fiom many California vineyards of
repute, viz.: Moselle, Riesling, Ilaut Sauteino,
Burgundy, soven guides ot clarets, four of
sherry, five of port, several sweet wines, and
two California chompognes,
F, G. I'oundoikt fc Co.,
717 Fifteenth street northwest,
Consumption Surely Cured.
To tho Editor; Ploaso inform your readers that
Ihavouposltivoroinody lor consumption. By
Its timely ueo thousands of hopeless cases Unvo
boon pormuuontly ourod. I shall bo triad tosoud
two bottles of mj remedy ntKB to any of your
readers who liuvo consumption if thoy will send
mo their ExnrosB uud V. O. Address. Respect
fully, T, A. Slocum.M. C..181Peurl8t.,N.Y.
Why do I drink Tannhausor beor ? Bocauao
it is tho boat in tho market.
Aro wrought by tho use of Ayci's Hair
Vigor in restoring gray hair to its original
color, promoting n new growth, pre out
ing iho hair from falling, keeping it soft,
silky, nnd abundant, and the scalp cool,
healthy, nnd freo from dnmhuff or humors.
Tho universal testimony Is that this nien
aratlon has no equal as a dressing, ami
is, therefore, indispensable to every wcll
"I have used Aycr's Hair Vigor for some
lime and it has worked womlcis for mo. 1
was troubled with dnmhuff and was rapidly
becoming bald ; but since using the Vigor my
head Is perfectly clear of damltuff, the hair
has ceased coming out, and I now hao a
good growth, of tho samo color as when I
was a young woman. I can hcai tlly l eroni
mend any ono suffering from dnmhuff or
loss of hair to tiso Aycr's Hair Vigor as n
dressing." Mis. I.ydia 0. Moody, East
"Somo timo ago my wife's hair began to
como out quite freely.
not only prevented my wire from becoming
bald, but it also caused an cntiiely new
grow tli of hair. I am ready to certify to this
statement before a justice of tho peace."
11. Hulscbus, Lcwisbmgh, Iowa.
"Some ycaisago, after a severe attack of
brain fever, my hair all came out. I used
audi preparations forrcstoilng it as my phy
sicians ordered, but failed to pioduco a
giowtli of hair. I then tried, successively,
several aiticles lecommcnileil by diuggists,
and all aliko fell short of accomplishing tho
desired result. Tho last lenicdy I applied
was Ayei'3 Hair Vigor, which brought a
growth of hair in a few weeks. I think I
used eight bottles in two yeais; moio than
was necessary as a restorative, but I liked it
as a dressing, and have continued to uso it
for that purpose. I believe Aycr's Hair
Vigor possesses virtues far above those of
any similar preparation now on the market,"
Vincent Jones, Richmond, Ind.
DR. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.
Bold by Druggists and Perfumers.
SBWAEB F. BUOOP,
1)25 1'cnna. Ave..
Calls Attention to His Largo Stock of
CHASE & G ABLER, WHEELOCK, BHIGGS,
BEHNING. AND OTHER
CLOUGH & WARREN OlkGrAElfe.
Sold on Installments. Exchanged, Rented,
Repaired, Tuned, Moved, and Stored.
Violims. USawjos, and Guitars.
Strings a Specialty.
SHEET MUSIC and MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
At the Old Stand, 035 Penna. Ave.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN !
Tho timo hns arrived when persons who owo
bills must pay them or loso their credit.
Do not take oifonse when you receive our no
tices, but if you aro unablo to pay bo and mako
somo arrangoment with tho party you owe to
ward a settlement.
What wo want is protection for our merchants
against that class of persons who can but will not
pay their bills.
Those persons who havo failed to mako any ar
rangement for Bottling their bills after having
been properly notified will bo reported to tho
members of tho Merchants1 Mutual Protectivo
Union December 1 ns unworthy of credit. .
This association embraces merchants, doctors,
lawyers, and all other businesses, trades, and
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Room 15, Central National Bank Building.
egulate The SSowelSo
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body and good digestion, without
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When I say euro I do not mean merely to stop
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I mean a radical cm o, I h.ivo made tho diseaso
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