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THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 15. 1891.
GALL AND SEE OUR
SM AXX YOUNG TUKKES
PHIL A. BRT-PICKED CHICKENS,
BOSTON HEADED LETTUCE,
GOLDEN PLUME CELERY.
BEST WHITE POTATOES ON THE MARKET.
ROAST BEEF, ROAST MUTTON,
LARGE MUTTON CHOPS.
OUR OWN W. & G. FANCY PRINT BUTTER.
S. H. GWYNNE,
COR. VERMONT AVE. AND L ST. N. W.
CH.A.S. T. OAJRTIEIt.
OHAS. T. OABTBR & CO.,
BUILDERS', CABINET, and GENERAL
IE3I -A- IR XD "Vv -A Jrdr IB -
AGENTS FOR THE BUFFALO STANDARD SCALE CO.
BAY STATE LAWN MOWER.
606 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. and 607 B ST. N. W.f WASHINGTON, D. C.
TJEJIUIPECOE CALX., 04.. fc23-lml
Great Slaughter Sale of Harness!
BUtiflY and ROAD HARNESS.
$20 Harness Reduced
$25 Harness Reduced
$30 Harness Redxiced
$35 Harness Reduced
$40 Harness Reduced
A LARGE LINE
to $15 00.
to $1S 00.
to $22 50.
to $25 00.
to $30 00.
n iStKa W&f
WE HAVE IN STOCK THE FOLLOWING HEATING STOVES:
SUNSHINE. - . , '
TIDAL W AYE.
. , CHAMPION.
''-'-.. ' YANWIE.
RANGING IN PRICE FROM $4 UPWARD. ALSO,
SPECIAL STOVES FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES.
WEDDING INVITATIONS BfSS'E-H,iliftS?i
Correotly engraved: orders
407 Tenth Street, have tholr experienced personal supervision in the
seleotion of papers, the employment of skillful engravers and In the
printing. At their building, adjoining the Herald office, aro the men,
the methods and the machinery. Orders placed direct with the
makers secure the best results.
GDEJO. DE. CAJEtTZER.
Carriage and Coupe Harness.
$35 Harness Redxiced to $25 00.
$40 Harness Reduced to $30 00.
$45 Harness Reduced to $35 00.
$50 Harness Reduced to $40 00.
$65 Harness Reduced to $50 00.
Trunks SSepaired at Short Notice.
OF TRUNKS AND TRAVELING BAGS AT
425 Seventh Street Northwest.
placed with Messrs, Gedney & Roberts.
TIPS FOE TRAVELERS.
ConMnne from Ninth Tug.)
in the aooapted sonsa, and never shall If I ca
help It. For at far at I know It means weari
ness of the flwli and aplrlt, waste of meney,
and conf nsion of ideas. Tho only tray, In ray
opinion to know 'One's Europe "woll on
moderato moans, or, In fact, under any circum
stances, Is to make temporary sojourns in the
different capitals and at the various resorts
popular with tho natives, not those most fre
quented by visiting foreigners. Snch a home Is1
to bo found in lodgings, luxurious or not, ac
cording to the price paid. Avoid If possible
localities given over to tourists, where as a rule
both English and American servlco may bo se
cured. Should a traveler profcr hotel life ho
will bo nioro comfortable, hotter fed, and find
more entertainment In tho novelty of a purely
English, French, or Italian hotel than in tho
lingo gilded affairs conducted upon tho doubt
ful plan of 'pleasing every raco of mankind.
Ono should icmaln In a country long enough to
get into tho atmosphcro of tho place, and tho
shortest cut to accomplish thiB result is to livo
among and minglo with its pcoplu. The sub
Joct is so oxhaustivo that I cannot attempt to
cover It, but there is ono hint to persons that
aro about to maku a tour of Great Britain that I
am tempted to give and that concerns trnvols in
Ireland. Few Americans who visit that country
and faithfully do' tho lakes, Dublin, Castle
lllarnoy, Cork, etc., and then ruBhup to Belfast
and tho Giant's Gausoway, havo the least Idea
that they aro leaving 'undone' tho most inter
esting and plcturesquo portions of the country
unknown, the best and bravest of its people,
and missed an opportunity to learn of that real
Irish hospitality that turns a roast potato into a
feast and fills merely a cup of water into Fome
thlug batter than a bumper of champagne. To
leavo tho beaten tracks and tho railroad tracks
as well and jog along in a jaunting car through
tho counties of Connaught, Mayo, and Sligo, up
tho western coast Into bravo Donegal, along the
romantic borders to Londonderry, stopping at
tho wondorful causeway as you go on down to
Lome, where you can cross to Scotland, or In
stead turn back for a glimpse of Tyrone and
Fermanagh. This is a trip of evor-rocurring
delight, fresh air, honest landlords, poor but
bright, independent natives, and no end of
novelty. Rich experiences with humorous cab
men and Her Mujoety's Postina Service. The
trip may bo taken at a moderate cost, and is tho
most health-giving and least troublesome
journey for tho amount of novelty and pleasure
obtained of any within my knowledge."
VIULOTIOAI. HINTS BY UHS. SENATOR SPOONEH.
Mrs. Spooner, wife of our "Wisconsin Senator,
generously contributes the following advice to
my budget: "Having often read of the folly of
carrying more clothing than was barely necessary
upon a foreign tour," said she, "I concluded
not to bo cullty of any such folly, so I carefully
abstained from burdening myself with any
dresses beyond those needed for deck and
state-room. I had been told it was merely the
work of a hour or so to purchase a handsome
cloth suit and black silk in London. If I go
agftln I 6hall carry my cloth suit and black silk
with me, In addition to one or two light sum
mer cowns. Ready-made dresses aro never
ready for Immediate wear. The waist has
either to bo wholly made or altered to fit, and
if ono orders a dress of tho modiste it Is very
liable to bo a week or ten days before tho dress
appears. 1 recall my experience in Geneva,
having gone on the principal that extra bag
gage was a nuisance, and, finding tho weather
giown warm, I engaged to have a summer dress
mado to be finished lAh out, mudame, in two
days,' politely answered my mantuamakcr. It
was barely finished In a week, and then at tho
point of tho bayonet. I decided at once that I
hud been guilty of great folly In neglecting to
provide myself before leaving home with one or
two summer gowns. An extra trunk in addi
tion to the recular steamer trunk is no trouble
and never returns empty, enabling ono to carry
two or three extra dresses and light wraps, In
stead of supplying the demand in London or
Paris, ofttimes to one's serious inconvenience.
I carried with mo ouo good-sized bed-room pil
low encased in dark summer silk, and wished
many times that I had brought ouo or two
more, as ono is forcibly reminded of tho block
and guillotino when placing tho head upon
somo of tho miserable contrivances politely
called pillows in many places in Europo. In
addition, do not fall to carry with you a small
medicine chest containing such well-tried and
reliable friends as camphor, aconite, somo
cholera mixture, and tho ready-made mustard
plaster, not forgetting tho iuvaluablo hot
water bottle, and you will bo prepared for all
emergencies." Miss Ghundy, Jit.
THE BOY WHO IVHISTIiES.
A Jtnn Who Iliifl Faith In tho Youngster's
If ever in tho course of human events Heaven
blessesme with an heir ct tho small boy class
I shall teach him to whistle early in his young
career and eucourago him to waiblo morrily
away throughout tho 6unshlno and tho shade of
youth and ago. I never seo a youngster with
his hands shoved down in his pants pockets,
his head thrown back, his cheeks swelled out
like a pair of bellows, and his puckered lips
piping a jolly tuno that I don't set that boy
down as an innocont-hcaited lad who wouldn't
do anything moro harmful than rob a water
melon patch or such. Ho wouldn't tell a mali
cious Ho or do a cowardly trick. Theso aro tho
works of tho Bly youngster with tho avorted eyo
and the soft tread, who Is afraid to whlstlo lest
he make a noise and attract attention. The
whistling boy never makes the footpad or tho
cut-throat, though he may novcr bo President.
I can't help having my suspicions about a man
who never learned to whlstlo in his youth, In
niue cases out of ton ho has a falsotto voice
and a bad digestion, and hiB ideas ou many
points of morality are questionable.
-1 11 e r
Never Sat isflod With tho Shop Girl.
Heretofore tho lady clerk was offensively
talkative. Now 6ho has absolutely nothing to
Bay, but there is an insolence about her silence
that Is positively audible and makeB enemies
for the firm. But when you como to think of
it, a $10 manner can't bo expected from a $2,50
Within ten days I want a purchaser for a
seven-room cottage, outbuildings, and three
acres of ground in frujt and grass eight miles
from the city, near railroad Btatlon. Price,
$2,700, $500 cash, balance monthly.
Ralston Building, 012 F street northwest.
Electric Belt Free.
'Jo introduco It and obtain agents the under
signed firm will Klvo away a few of their 85.00
German Eleotrlo Belts invonted by Prof. Van dor
Woydo. Pros, of tho New York El ectrlcal Society,
(U. S. Pat. 257,647,) a positive euro for Nervoua
Debility, Rheumatism, Loss of Power, oto. Ad
dressEleotrluAgenoy, P.O.Box 178, Brooklyn.
N.Y Write to them to-day, '
Under fancy prices
For clothes, when they can -v V
(let a pair of Trousers made to
Order for $5 or $0 or a Suit for $20
Whose excellence of cloth, tailoring, and fit
Is the foundation of our success ? BRABSTREET & CO.,
1417 Pennsylvania Avenue.
WASHINGTON DEPOT OF A. Ct. SP ALBINO & BROS.
BASE BALL, LAWN TENNIS, AKCHEBY, AND GENERAL SPORTING GOODS, vi.:
Balls, Bats, Uniforms, Masks, Gloves, Mitts, Racquets, Tennis Balls,
Nets, Markers, Tennis Suits, etc.
FISHING TACKLE in Endless Variety.
GUNS, REVOLVERS, RIFLES, AMMUNITION.
AGENT POR PARKER'S AND LEPEVER'S HAMMERLESS GUNS.
CLEVELAND BLUE ROCKS AND TRAPS.
JAa80,$K&Pe,e,n appointed Agent for the District of Columbia for tho sale of BOWDISH
?f ffi0??SS??MPANY,S RENOWNED ST. LAWRENCE RIVER BOATS, SKIFFST
SS?SD' SKANEATELES BOATS, STEAM LAUNCHES AND YACHTS, ENGINES
BOILiiKB, etc. A full lineiof theso celebrated boats now in stock at Boat Ware-room on the
premises, where you are invited to call and inspect them.
DOG COLLARS, DOG BISCUITS, and DOG REMEDIES.
jMC. -A.. rFAOE3EA.N9 ' 1013 !. Ave., N. "W.
GALLEBIES 1217 F STREET.
McELROY'S ART STORE,
1003 PENffA. AYEOTE.
ETCHINGS, ENGRAVINGS, WATER COLORS, PHOTO
GRAPHS, and PHOTOGRAVURES.
PICTURE FRAMES in Gold, White and Gold, Silver, Ivory,
and in all kinds of Hard Wood.
REQILDING OLD FRAMES A SPECIALTY. PAINTINGS GLEANED, RESTORED. AND
VARNISHED. PICTURES HUNG, BOXED, AND SHIPPED AT SHORT NOTICE.
OhronloHoadaphosaroaftencausod by defective Eyo-SlKht. Properly adjusted Speotaoles fre
quently eivo pormanent relief. Porf oct satisfaction given, or money refunded.
f. w. McAllister,
i3I I F ST. H. W., WASHINGTON, D. C.
' ' """ - ' H'H" '" I 'MP" IMJIIWUP Mip.ij-1 IHj ipill.l. n .
Branch of Ho, 3 N. Charles St., Baltimore, Md.
1221 Pennsylvania Ave.
916 Seventh Street.