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'TMK SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1SQO.
Mrs, W.B. Crocker,
4i)4 Washington Street and 111
Boylcstoii Street, Boston, Mass.,
Will be nt tho Arlington Hotel nbout the 5th
January, 1891, with n superb selection of
WRAPS, BOAS, MUFFS,
Her stock of Millinery Includes everything de
sirable in headgear, particularly Mourning
Novelties mado especially for her.
Ladles wishing to order goods by mall can do
bo. ah orders by man wm receive prompt at
tention and will be at the approval of tho pur-
WHAT MORE SENSIBLE PttESEST
have them from small to largo carpet
Trices reduced. See them.
Upholstered Rockers from $2.50 to S20.
Fancy Tables, $1.23 to $30.
A nice line of Fancy Desks, in Oak and Ma
hogany. Several very handsome Parlor Cabinets; re
duced prices to close them out.
Lace Curtains and Portieres are always wanted.
Our stock is complete.
For Bargains in cash sec
W. H. HOEKE
OVER 1,200 IN NUMBER, OF ALL DE
SCRIPTIONS AND SIZES.
We make a specialty of these goods, and im
port them directly from our house in Constanti
nople. We have the largest and most superb
stock of Oriental Rugs and Carpets, Hangings,
etc., in the city. It will surely be to your advan
tage to examine them before buying elsewhere,
as our prices and goods will have no comparison.
D. K.Varzhabedian & Co.
1022 COXX. AVENUE,
Branch, 20 FOURTEENTH St
3312,. BEED & CO.,
1321 F St., N. W.,
Four Doors West of Sun Building.
So: S25 crc
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LftDIES' & GENTLEMEN'S
Artistically Jlado to Measure.
Embroidered Work Bottomed
in the Finest Manner.
LADIES, BRING IN YOUR WORK
IN TIME FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
WILSON & CARIt, 929 F St.,
WASHINGTON, D. 0,
g fcS. YV
Baltimore Store, 4 and C
ra e ill
No. 818 FOURTEENTH STREET.
The Cottage Market is daily
receiving a full and extensive
asortment of all goods in its
THE FINEST BEEF,
LAMB AND VEAL.
ALL KINDS OF FRESH
MEATS OF THE BEST
FISH OF ALL KINDS,
SHRIMPS AND SCALLOPS.
GAME IN EVERY VARIETY
VIRGINIA & MINNESOTA
PIN, At' all
prices. We have on
stock of the finest Poto-
River Terrapin ever
brought to this market.
TURKEYS AND DUCKS.
A fine stock of Canned
Goods. Every variety of Vege
tables. Hot-house Tomatoes and
Brussels Sprouts and Cauli
flower. Fruits of all Kinds.
The finest Florida Oranges,
Grape Fruit, Mandarins and
Tangerines, 'Malaga, Tokay,
and Catawba Grapes.
COW and SHEAF PRINTS
THE O. K., AND E. B
B. B. AND BLAKE.
In short everything
found in a first-class
constantly on hand.
All sold at reasonable prices.
Our deliveries are prompt.
Give us your orders and .we
will try and please.
Dinner Parties a Specialty.
GOSSIP FOR THE GIRLS.
Alico Confides to Dear Louise tho
Goings On in Washington.
My Dkau Lovise: Tho Christmas shopping
Is over, and with grateful hearts wo feel that
this trial of strength and Ingenuity comes ''but
onco a year." Tho averago woman with a
slender purse ami a large number of relatives
anil friends to bo remembered at Christmas
finds her brain taxed to tho utmost to make one
dollar go as far as two. Therefore, I 6ay when
peoplo feel honestly anil unaffectedly glad that
the greatest festival of tho year Is over It Is
time to call a halt In the matter of present
giving. Children and servants should never bo
forgotten at Christmas-tide, but all others
should bo stricken off tho list by thoso to whom
tho giving means a privation. Thcro aro peo
ple, "poor but proud," to whom Christmas Is a
tlmo of posltlvo hardship, and who suffer for
weeks oud months afterward from a generosity
they can 111 afford. This, of course, Is only ono
side of tho picture, for my eyes opened wldo
with astonishment, and I may say cuvy, when I
saw a girl lay down a five-hundred-dollar bill
for a plcco of jewelry with all tho sangfroid
imaginable, and no doubt such an expenditure
was a small matter to her, but, If I read the stars
aright, she'll give no more flve-hundreil-dollar
Christmas gifts ?
Wo have had several dCbutanto teas this
week, and thoy were handsomo affairs, in two
instances introducing to society tho daughters
of old citizens, whoso families have ever been
honored among us. Of course, you have heard
that ancestry Is going to bo essential now. Tho
dCbutontes have got to have grandfathers and
grandmothers to make anything of a success.
Tho "Daughters of the Revolution," with the
"first lady," etc., as president, may bo respon
sible for this now departure. I havo been told
by "ono who knows" that thero will bo qulto a
revival of old brocades belonging to "my grand
mother," and showing that tho family at any
rate had money in its pockets, if not blue blood
in its veins, for theso largo, ilowered, stiff silks
cost, in tho period to which they belonged,
I must relate to you my experience at a re
cent reception, as it will "show you tho deep,
dyed-iu-thc-wool deccitfulness of human nature
as exhibited at a beautifully-conducted enter
tainment in one of tho handsomo houses of an
aristocratic avenue. I was crowded In a corner
and a party of swells men and women evi
dently regarding your humble servant as a deaf
mute, afforded her great entertainment by their
remarks on tho host and hostess. "How lax
society is in Washington people out of the pale
in their own towns are taken up here no inves
tigation as to their antecedents. A floating
population always is a safe audience to splurge
before." "How was all this wealth acquired ?"
asked a woman of the party This point inter
ested me very greatly, so I was on the qui vivc
as ono of tho men gave in a few words an ac
count of the stroke by which the host had ac
quired the wealth so lavishly displayed in the
furnishings, bric-a-brac, etc.," of tho handsome
house. "Docs Banquo's ghost over rise?"
asked one. Then a more charitable soul said:
"Ah, well, a stone wall is no obstacle where
one's children are concerned." The historian
of tho group, seemingly posted, said: "All tho
depths and shoals of the more quiet
social cliques have been sounded and
passed in safety, and now these peoplo
are striving for "Tho Heights" meaning the
small circle in which the members of the Diplo
matic Corps move iamlllarly mat is tue goal,
but I fear they'll not find tho reposo supposed
to Ho thereabouts, for it Is a risky thing to givo
tho cold shoulder to erstwhile friends when one
lives In a glass house. You may bo sure I was
edified by these disclosures ! Wonder what the
host and hostess would havo said as their biog
rapher remarked: "I am hero just through
curiosity to see who would come, and I shall
watch the outcome of this effort with Interest."
Mentally I ejaculated, "Me too," and, Loul6e,
you shall certainly hear of the good or bad
fortunes of these people. Teas aro rather dan
gerous kinds of entertainments, for there is
really plenty of tlmo and lots of opportunity
I tasted sorao of the most delicious rose bis
cottines at Mrs. Blank's, and as theso delicate
wafers are tho very latest for afternoon teas I
givo you tho receipt: Ono pound fine, dry,
pastry flour, eight ounces Castor sugar,
eight ounces of fresh butter, one-half
ounce biscuit powder finely sifted, a claret
glassful of rose water, "and two eggs.
Sift tho flour and biscuit-powder together and
then add tho other dry inexcdlents, which should
bo well rubbed in. Then mako a holo in tho
centre of tho mass and pour in the eggs and
rose water. Mix all well togetherin a firm, stiff
paste. Roll out into a thin sheet and cut out
the biscottlnes with a small rouud cake-cutter.
Lay the cakes on buttered baking tins, put them
in 11 moderate oven, aud bake until a very deli
cate brown. Tho proportions given above must
bo accurately preserved to insure success. Theso
delicious morsels aro fitting successors of tho
angel's food, ouco so popular.
1 roamed ull over tho town beforo Christmas,
and somo of tho signs were so funny that I must
givo them to you. In one place I saw that
meals were served (i la carl, and in another that
thero was a tulle d'JiGtH. Fish cakes at ono
place aro only three cents a peace. Is tho
schoolmaster abroad in tho land? With all
good wishes for tho Now Year and tho promise
of lots of gossip, I am yours, as ever, A1.101:.
FAMOUS TO-KALON VIXBYARJ).
Itunnwnuil Kuropeuii Vineyards IJopro
ilucoil In California.
America in nothing has developed so success
fully as in its vineyards and vintages. Only tho
most finished connoisseur cau detect any differ
ence between tho varieties that aro tho product
of tho Pacific Slope and European wines of tho
same crado and age. It is not generally known
that under French law adulterated wine cannot
Ijo put on the market in France, but may bo aud
is exported, and many of our hotel men frankly
admit the superiority of American wines, while
ridiculously adhering to foreign labels. Ameri
can grape-growers now grow as high-grade
grapes as are grown in tho old vineyards of
Europe, and it is from theso thoy produco their
Tho famous To-Kalon Vineyard of II.
W. Crabb, at Oakville, Napa County, Cnl., is
one of tho most celebrated on the Pacific Slope.
Over threo hundred varieties of tho most re
nowned European grapes havo been cultivated
upon it, and to-day its proprietor is recognized
as ono of tho most experienced and successful
winemnkcrs in the Ktato of California, aud tho
wines produced from tho To-Kalon Vineyard
can stand the most rigorous tests and aro ex
tensively commended by tho medical faculty.
To-Kalon wines have gained a national reputa
tion. Mr. Crabb has agencies in San Francisco,
Seattle, Minneapolis. New Orleans, Kansas
City, Chicago, aud Washington, D. C. Tho
agency in this city was originally established by
Mr. Ciabb early In 1880, and is now known as
tho "To-Kalon Wiuo Co.," aud is located
at tho well-known place of business 014 Four
teenth street northwest only, having no branch
office in this city.
Drink Tannhuasor beor. H.Benzlcr.
Jowolor and Importer,
945 PENN. AVE.,
Invites attention to
Jiis Complete and
Etc., Etc., Etc.,
At Moderate Prices.
945 PENN. AVE.
And every one is anxious to lenow
whercthey can find what they want.
So we suggest a visit to our Art De
2artment, where you are sure to
find something youwant, if only an
idea or suggestion, which are al
ways freely given.
First in order are tho HANDKERCHIEF
CASES, satin hand-painted ones for tho children,
More elaborate ones for $2.15, $2.50, and $3.
Next aro tho SATIN GLOVE CASES, with
Glovo Stretcher, tor only S2.50.
Handsomo Hand-painted KID PHOTOGRAPH
CASES, something beautiful and serviceable,
Lovely SATIN OPERA GLASS BAGS, only SI.
Very pretty SEA-SHELL SACHET BAGS for
25c. aud 50c. each, all colors.
Handsomo Hand-embroidercd BUREAU SETS,
Scarf and Pin-Cushion to match,
S5 A SET.
A BEAUTIFUL FIN-CUSHION mado to order
for S2, in any color you wish.
In HEAD RESTS wo havo overy color nnd
ovcry shape. Satin painted ones for Sl.25. Cov
ered with China Silk for $1.15.
Handsomo fan-shaped ones, with whltolaco or
linen tops, for Si.
Round ones for $2.25.
LACE TOrS for Pin-Cushlons from 25c. up.
LINEN or LACE TOPS for Head Rests from
In SOFA PILLOWS we havo overy sizo and
price, covered or uncovered. Wo cun mako you
to order 11 LOVELY DOWN PILLOW, covered
with China Silk, lor $3.
Wo havo CHINA SILK SCARFS, too many to
enumerate, in Plain und Figured China Silk, em
broidered and hand painted, from COo. to $5 apiece.
For tho Christmas dinner tablo or Now Year
reception vo havo FINE LINEN SILK-EMBROIDERED
CENTRE MATS, 21 inches square, only
Also FINE LINEN EMBROIDERED CBNTRE
MATS for $1.50, with DOYLIES to match at 35c.
FINE LINEN TRAY COVERS, hemstitched,
for 49o and with drawn work borders for 8'Jo.
VERY PRETTY TABLE COVERS, 45 inches
square, with colored or white borders, only 75o.
Wo havo plenty of FINE LINEN or MOMIE
CLOTH BUREAU SCARFS that aro not stamped.
Irom 5Do. up. Theso Scarfs ure bargains and
It is not too lato to leavo your orders for EM
BROIDERY, and all such orders will bo promptly
420, 422, 424, 426 Seventh St.
WM. F. GUDE
a. tujDE & imo.,
1 12 F street Northwest.
Telephone, 069-2. 423 Centre Market.
FINE ROSES nnd CUT FLOWERS a Specialty.
Green Houses, Anacostla, D. C.
W. J. THOROWGOOD & OO.
HAVE REMOVED TO THEIR
1423 NEW YORK AVENUE N. W..
WHERE THEY HAVE IN STOCK
A FULL LINE OF
WALL PAPERS, SHADES, AND ROOM
ALL WORK FIRST-CLASS AND AT
GREAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE
TO THE NORTH, WEST, AND SOUTHWEST
DOUBLE TRACK, STEEL RAILS.8PLENDID
;IN EFFECT NOV. 23.1830.
Tralnslcavo Washington, fromStatiou,corneroi
Sixth and B streets, as follows:
For Pittsburg and tho West. Chicago Limited
Express of Pullman Vestibule Cars at 10:50 A. M.
dally; Fast Line, 10:50 A. M. daily to Chteairo, Co
lumbus, and St. Louis, with Parlor Car Harris
burg to Pittsburg nnd Sleeping Cars lrom
Pittsburg to Indianapolis, Pittsburg to Colum
bus, Altoona to Chicago. St. Louis, Chicago, and
Cincinnati Express, 3:30 P. M. dallv. Parlor Car
Washington to Harrlsbnrg, and Sleeping Cars
Hnrrlsburg to St. Louis, Chicauo, aud Cincinnati,
and Dining Car Hnrrisburg to St. Louis. Chicago,
nud Cincinnati. Western Express, at 7;40 P. M.
daily, with Sleeping Cars Washington to Chicago
nnd St. Louis, connecting daily at Hnrrisburg
with through sleepers for Louisville and Mem
phis. Pullman Dining Car Pittsburg to Rich
mond aud Chicago. Pacific Express. 10 P. M.
daily, for Pittsburg and tho West, with through
Sleeper to Pittsburg, and Pittsburg to Chicago.
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
For Kane, Canandnlgua, Rochester, and Niag.
ara Falls daily oxceptSunday, 8.10 A. M.
For Erie, Canandaigua, nnd Rochester daily:
forBuffaloand Niagara daily.except Saturday,
10.00 P. M., with Sleeping Car Washington to
For Williamsport, Rochester, and Niagara
Falls, 7:40 P. M. dally oxcept Saturday, with
Sleeping Car Washington to Rochester.
For Williamsport, Rcnovn, and Elmira. at
10.50A. M. daily oxceptSunday.
For Willium8port.dnIly,3:30P. M.
For Philadelphia. Now York and the East. 7.20.
9.00, 11.00. ana 11.40 A.M., 2.10,3.15, 4.20, 5.40,
10.00, 11.35 P. M. On Sundny,9.00, 11.41) A.M..
2.10, 3.15, 4.20, 10.00. and 11.35 P. M. Limited Ex
press of Pullman Parlor Cars, with Din
ing Car Baltimore to New York, 9.40 A.M. daily
oxcept Sundav. For New York only. Limited
Exprrss.with Dining Car, 5.00 P.M. daily.
For Philadelphia only. Fast Express 8.10 A. M.
week days, and 4.00 P.M. daily. Exuress.Sundav
only, 5.40 P. M.
For Boston without change S:1C A. M. week
davs, nnd 3:15 P. M. everj dav.
For Brooklyn, N. Y.,all through trains con
nectat Jersey City wlthboatsoi'BrooklynAnnex
affordingdirecttrnnsier to Fultonstreet, avoid
ing double ferriage across New York City.
For Atlantic City,11.40 A.M. week days, 11.33
P. M. daily.
ForBaltimore,G.35,7.20,8.10, 9.9.40, 10, 10.50, 11,
andll.4U A. M., 12.05, 2.10, 3.15, 3.30, 4, 4.20, -1.30
5, 5.40, 6. 7.40, 10, nnd 11.35 P. M. On Sunday, 9
9.03, 10.50. 11.40 A. M., 2.10, 3.15, 3 30, 4. 4.20, 5
5.40, G. 7.40. 10. and 11.33 P. M.
ForPopo'sCreekLine,7.20 A.M.and 4.30P.M,
daily, except Sunday .
ForAnnnpoliB, 7.20 and 9.00 A. M., 12.05 and
4.20 P.M.. daily. oxceptSunday. Sundays. 9 A.
M. and 4.20 P. M.
WASHINGTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY. '
InElfect Nov. 23. 1S90.
For Alexandria, 4.30, 0.35, 7.45, 8.40, 9.45,10.57 A.
M., 12.04 noon, 2.05, 3.30, 4.25, 4.G5, 0.01, S.02, 10.05,
and 11.39 P. M. On Sunday at 4.30. 7.45, 9.45,10.51
A. M.. 2.30, 0.01, 8.02, and 10.05 P.M.
Accommodation for Quantic 3.7.45 A.M.and
4.55 P. M. week-days; 7.45 A. M.Sundays.
For Richmond astl thcScluth. 4.0; 10.57 A:'Mf "
daily. Accommodation 4.55 P. M. week days.
Trains leave Alexandria tor Wnshington,tS.05,
7.05,8, 9 10, 10.15, 11.07A. M.; 1.20, 3. 3.50T3.10 0.05
7.03.9.20, 10.50 i and 11 08 P. M.' On Sunday at
Vi111.1.1-07-1-;2-00- 5.10,7.05,7.29. 9.20 and
lO.iil r. M.
corner Thirteenth street and Pennsylvaniaave
nue.nnd atthostatlon, where orders can be left
lorthechecking of baggage to destination from
hotels and residences.
1. Tt. Wfinr.Oonpi,nlPaBRopger Ae-nt
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Schedule in eiiect November 10, 1890.
Leave Washington from Station corner of New
Jersey avenue and C street.
For Chicago und Northwest. Vestibuled Lim
ited express daily 11.30 A. M., e., nress 8 30 P. M.
For Cincinnati, St. Louis, and Indianapolis, ex
press daily, 3.30 nnd 11.30 P. M.
For Pittsburg and Cleveland, express daily,
9.30 A.M. and 8.50 P.M.
For Lexington and points in the Shenandoah
Valley, tl0.40 A. M.
For Winchester nnd Way Stations, tS.OO P. M.
For Luray, 8.50 P. M.
For Baltimore, week days, 4.05, 5. 0.35. 7.20, 7.30,
(8,45-minutes,) 8.30,9.35. (11, 12, 45.mluutes.) A.
M.. 12.10, 2.15. 2.50. (3.15, 45-minutes.) 3.25, 4.23,
1.30, (5:00. 45-minutes,) 5.05, 3.30, 0, 0.15.
0.20. 7.15. 7 30. 9. 10.30, and 11.30 P. M. Sun
days. 4.05, 7.20,7.30,184.108.40.206 A.M.. (12.00, 45.rai.
utes.) 1.00. 2.15. 2.50, 3.25. 4.30, (3.00, 45.minutes.)
5.05, 0.00, 0.15. 0.20, 7.30, 9.00, 10.30. 11.30 P. M.
For Way Stntlons between Washington and
Baltimore. 5.00, 0.35, 8.30 A. M., 12.10. 3.23, 1.30,
0.20,7.30,11.39 P.M. Sundays. 8.30 A.M.. 1.00,
3.25, 1.30. 0.20, 7.30. 11 .30 P. M .
Trains leavo Buliiiiioro for Washington, week
days, 5.00, 0.20, 0.30. 7.15. 7.20, S.00, 8.&0, b.35, 9.30,
10.20, 10.35 A.M.; 12.C0, 12.10. 2.10, 2.30, 2.50, 1.15,
5.C0, 0.00, 0.20. 7.03, 7.30, 7.40, 8.30. 0.03. 10.10. 10.20
nnd 11.00 P. M. Sundays 0.30. 7.13. 8.30, 8.35, 9.!i0,
10.20. 10.35 A. M 12.00. 1.05, 2.10, 2.C0, 4.15, 5.00,
0.20, 7.05, 7.30, 7.40. 8.30, 10.10. 10.20. nnd 11.00 P. m!
For Annapolis. 0.35 and 8.30 A. M.. 12.10 and 4.25
P. M. Sundays, 8.30 A. M 4.30 P. M. Leavo An
napolis 0.35, 8.37 A . M., 12.05, 3.50 P. M. Sundays,
8.30 A.M.. 3.55 P.M.
For Stations on tho Metropolitan Branch,
t0.00, 8.30 A. M..S1.15 P. M. For principal sta
tions only, tl0.40 A. M., 14,30 nnd t5.30 P. M.
For Galthcrsburg and intermediate points,.
9.00. 10.00 A. M., 12.50, 3.35, 1.33, 5.35, 10.00
11.35 P. M.
For Boyd's nnd Intermediate statious, 7.0Q
Church train lenves Washington on Sunday ut
1.15 P. M., stopping at all stations on Metropoli
For Frederick. 0.30, 8.30, 9.30, 11.30 A. M.
1.15, K1.30, 1.30 P. M.
For Hngorstown, 10.40 A. M. and 5.30 P. M.
Trains nrrlvo from Chicago daily 11.50 A. M.
and 4.45 P. M.; from Cincinnati and St. Louis
dally 3.50 A. M. and 2.03 P, M.; from Pittsburg
7.10 A. M 5.50 1'. M. dully.
ROYAL BLUE LINE FOR NEW YORK AND
PHILADELPHIA. For Now York, Trenton, and tho East,4.03,.
8.00. 10.00, 12.00 A. M., 2.5u. 5.00, and 10.30 P.
M. Bullet Parlor Cars on all day trains. Sleep
ing Car on tho 10:30 P. M., open ut 9.00 P. M.
For Boston, 2.50 P. M. with Pullman Bullet
Sleeping Car running through to Boston without
change, via Poughlteepsio Bridge, landing pas
sengers in B. tc M. station at Boston.
For Philadelphia, 4.05. 18.00. 10.00, 12.00noon,
2.50, 3.00, 0.15. and 10.30 J'. M.
For Newark, Del., Wilmington, and Chester,.
4.03. 8.00 A. M.t 12.00 noon, '2.60, 3.00. 0.15,
and 10.80 P. M, Limited express stopping at
Wilmington only, 10.00 A. M.
For intormediato points botweon Baltimore
and Philadelphia, 15.00 aud 7.20 A. M., 2.15,
3.25 P. M.
Trains leave Now York for Washington,
"9.00.111.00 A. M., 2.00. 3.20, 3.00 P. M. and
Truins leavo Philadelphia for Washington,.
M.24, 8.15,11.35 A. M., 1.40, 4.31,0.03, "7.32 P.m!
For Atlantio City. 4.05 and 10.00 A. M., 12.00
noon. Sundays, 4.03 A. M 12.00 noon.
tExcept Sunday. Dally. Sundny only.
Buggugo called for aud cheeked lrom hotels
and residences by Union TrnnsierCo. on orders
loft at ticket oillccs, 019 and 1351 Pa. ave. and afci
J.T. ODELL, CHAS.O.SOULL.
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass. Ag't.