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THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAV 31. 1891.
CONTINUATION OF THE BANKRUPT SALE
OIF ZFTUSTIEI SHOES
900 SEYENTH STREET, COEMER OF I.
Notwithstanding tho Immense amount of shoes sold in the last few weeks, wo havo a groat
amount of durablo stock left from which to select, amonc which wo havo tho following:
. Ladles' Flno Dongola $4 Ilantlsowcd Button Boots, marked down to only $3.23 pair.
Ladies' Flno Dongola $2.50 Oxford Tics, in latest styles, tipped and Common Sense,
marked down to $1.50.
Men's Flno Calf and Kangaroo $3.50 or $4 Shoes, marked down to $2.50. '
500 Pairs Men's Flno $3 Calf Shoes, in nil styles, (as marked in our window,) $1.08.
Bctwoon 800 and 900 Pairs Misses', Children's, and Boys' Shoes; must bo sold at half price.
Wo havo a number of broken sizes in Misses' and Ladies' Shoes; to bo sold at $1.25, just
about half price. You may find a pair to lit and secure an unusual bargain.
Hundreds of customers who havo attended this sale can attest to tho real bnrgains offered,
hud, as nothing but first-class and reliable shoes tiro sold, wc can 6afoly guaranteo each and
every pair leaving our house.
OOO SeverLtli Sti'eet., Cox, of X.
FORMERLY HOWELL AND MURItY.
' BASE SAXX SUPPLIES.
WASHINGTON DEPOT OF A. G. SPALDING & BEOS.
BASK JJAT.Ii, LAWN TENNIS, ARCHERY, AND GENERAL SPORTING GOODS, viz:
Balls, Bats, Uniforms, Masks, Gloves, Mitts, Racquets, Tennis Balls,
Nets, Markers, Tennis Suits, etc.
FISHING TACKLE in Endless Yariety.
GUNS, REVOLVERS, RIFLES, AMMUNITION.
AGENT FOR PARKER'S AND LEPEVER'S HAMMERLESS GUNS.
CLEVELAND BLUE ROCKS AND TRAPS.
I have also just been appointed Agent for the District of Columbia for tho sale of BOWDISH
MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S RENOWNED ST. LAWRENCE RIVER BOATS, SKIFFS,
CANOES, SKANEATELES BOATS, STEAM LAUNCHES AND YACHTS, ENGINES,
BOILERS, etc. A full line of these celebrated boats now In 6tock at Boat Ware-room on tho
premises, where you are Invited to call and inspect them.
DOG COLLARS, DOG BISCUITS, and DOG REMEDIES.
M. .A.. TAPPAN, 1013 DPa. Ave., IV- "W-
1,000 O OTTZE,
' OF EVERY STYLE,
t a mrrNrfi -
PRICES FROM S851 TO i$4-0.
TRAVELING BACS, TOURIST BAGS, SATCHELS,
TELESCOPE AND DRESS SUIT CASES, LADIES'
AND GENTS' HAT-BOXES, SHAWL STRAPS,
SHAWL WRAPS, TOILET CASES, POCKET
BOOKS, -COLLAR AND CUFF BOXES AT THE
POPULAR TRUNK HOUSE.
425 SEVENTH STREET N. W.
JCBUTSTKB REPAIRED ANB CQVEBED.
McELROY'S ART STORE,
1003 PENNA. AYENUE.
ETCHINGS, ENGRAVINGS, WATER COLORS, PHOTO
GRAPHS, and PHOTOGRAVURES.
PICTURE FRAMES in Gold, White and Gold, Silver, Ivory,
and in all kinds of Hard Wood.
KEGILDING OLD FRAMES A SPECIALTY. PAINTINGS GLEANED. RESTORED, AND
VARNISHED. PICTURES HUNG, BOXED, AND SHIPPED AT SHORT NOTICE.
(touts' Suits Scoured ami Pressed, $1.
COATS, COc. PANTS, 25c. VESTS, 25c.
ALTERING AND REPAIRING
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THE VOIGT MANUFACTURING
ED, VOIGT, Manager,
(Formerly Volgt &, Hass,)
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GRAVERS, WATCHMAKERS AND
73 SnventhSt. N. TV., Washington, D. O.
School Medals and Badges a specialty.
THEY HAVE THEIR FADS.
Continued from ninth page.
To more thoroughly accomplish this purpose
Mrs. Hearst has long rnado a point of filling
her homo with bright young people, to whoso
personal pleasuro sho has ministered in every
possible way that her generosity could sug
gest, bestowing money in generous sums and
giving carte blanche at her dressmakers anil
milliners, in order that- whilo enjoying hor
hospitality they may at the same time reap
every advautago of the larero means at her
disposal. This, however, is "but au insignifi
cant item of her widespread charities, tho mu
nlflcenco of which approaches eccentricity.
MllS. TALMKlt LOVES DOS.
Mrs. Palmer, wife of our late Minister to
Spain, greatly resembled Mrs. Hearst in this
respect, and during tho period of her husband's
'Senatorial term their homo ranked first among
the hospitable centres at the Capital. In ad
dition to hor many lovable qualities of heart
and mind, that rendered her so universally a
favorite with rich and poor alike, Mrs. Palmer
acknowledged n pet weaKness for dogs. In
her devotion to these most responsive of all
creatures sho even went so far as to secure tho
services of a special maid in their behalf. .It
was this maid's duty to care for tho petB under
her chargo and take them regularly out for
their daily constitutional, harnessed tandem
fashion by a leash, always an attractive and
interesting sight to those who encountered
them in their walks through the neighboring
parks. Mrs. Palmer often speaks with deep
feeling of the loss of one of her most valuable
dogs, that Bho left behind at her Detroit homo
upon the occasion of hor first coming to "Wash
ington. Sho says: "One day I received a tele
cram to tho effect that Jack was 111. Having
had considerable experience with canine disease
I Immediately wired back the proper remedies
in tho case. Tho next day and tho following
continual telegrams were passing between tho
cities, either of cheer or discouragement, until
at length, having failed to receive my regular
bulletin, I hastened to wire, 'How Is Jack ?'
My fears wero only too sadly verified, for tho
cruel words answered me, 'Jack's bark has
reached tho further shore.' "
MKS. M'PHERSON'S TURKISH BATII.
Mrs. Senator Mcpherson, of Now Jersey, is
a woman of advanced views and most decided
opinions. Uutrammeled by tho fear of what
"Miss Grundy" will say, sho preserves that
perfect independence of thought and action,
tempered by a sound judgment, that renders
her the popular woman of tho world that sho
is, and ofttimes leads her generous nature a
victim to the designing. Mrs. McPherson's
interest in physical culture has prompted the
erection of a Turkish bath adjoining her sleep
ing apartment, wherein sho can indulge at
pleasure, secure in tho privacy of her home.
The arrangement Is a simple one and attain
able by any one whoso house possesses tho or
dinary improvements. It consists of a largo
square wooden box, with just sufficient space
left open at the top for tho freedom of tho
head ana neck. The front Is so closed bv a
spring latch that after the bather has entered
it may be easily shut and tho hot steam sup
plied by water-pipes connected with tho heat
ing tube of the ordinary bathtub, worked by a
6topcock uuder,the control of the bather. The
room is heated to tho desired degree by means
of a gas stove. As soon as sufiiclontly
"steamed" and well massaged by a maid ready
at hand with flesh brush and rough towels tho
simplest thing in the world is to plunge one's
self Into the stationary tub of fresh water
ready waiting, and all the advantages of tho
pool aro obtained without the necessity for
that haste which is apt to mar tho good effects
of a public bath and deprive tho individual of
tho finishing luxury of a long rest under a
light blanket, that adds so materially to the
invigorating effects of the process.
JIISS EUSTIS'S l'OUR-IX-HAND.
Outside of official circles there aro many
women in upper tendom in whose eccentri
cities may be found food for comment. Under
this head may bo included Miss Lulio Eustls,
grand-daughter of tho beloved philanthropist,
tho lato William W. Corcoran. Miss Eustis
inherited a large portion of her grandsire's
wealth, and, with her brothers, spends a por
tion of tho year at tho old Corcoran residence
on II street facing Lafayette Park. It is a
well-known idiosyncrasy of this attractive
young lady that she ignores tho ordinary fas
cinations of society Indulged In by the ma
jority of her sex, and acknowledges to' an
absorbing fancy for the more masculine tastes
for sports, ner ruling passion runs to horse
flesh, and as the family have lately added to
their stable a handsome turnout in the shape
of a tally-ho coach, with bright yellow body
and fancy trappings for tho team of four
high-spirited nags, it is a common sight to
meet tho fair owner mounted high on her box
on tho top of the coach handling tho ribbons
with all tho grace and skill of a born jockov.
Upon every occasion of a meet at tho Dum
blano Club or driving rapidly along the
smooth thoroughfares in tho suburbs of tho
city sho may be seen with her chosen friends
arrayed in gay spring toilets, presenting a
perfect flower garden of color and beauty
from the top of the turnout. Tho closing day
of tho recent Ivy City races tho entire party
of young swells enjoyed tho scene from their
exalted position wearing tho colors of their
Jockey, rosettes of tho same hue ornamenting
the trappings of tho horses in truo English
stylo. Fortunately for a further display of
their boasted style, a heavy shower with vio
lent wind arose just before tho close of tho
day's programme, dilvlng all before it and
scattering tho daintily-robed throng hither
and thither in every direction for shelter.
Bravely Indifferent to the state of tho weather
the coaching party sat unmoved In the most
oxposed'position of the field, simply protected
from tho downpour by a few light sunshades,
from beneath which tho merry party appeared
like dripping naiads, regardless of tho injury
to dress and jaunty headgear, almost entirely
alone in the hastily-deserted field.
MRS. M'LBAN'S PRIVATE PARK.
Mrs. John McLean, wife of tho eminent
journalist, and daughter of Gen. Edward
Bealo, whoso son, Mr. Truxton Beale, has
jUBt received au appointment as Minister to
Persla with the rumored additional honor of
having won tho heart and hand of Miss Ilat
tio Blaine, is probably tho only Washington
woman who can boast the possession of a
private park in tho very heard of our popu
lous city, ner spring futes and evening lawn
parties add their attractions to her extended
list of lavish hospitalities.
Every one is famllllur with Mrs. Senator
Davis's eccentric liking for black silk under
wearandbed drapeiles of tho same sombre
hue. In other respects this attractive woman
is one of the most practical of young matrons,
and her home is adorned with many samples
of her skill with the needle and the brush,
Mrs. Blaine prides herself upon her domestic
talents, and ambitious housewives may well
envy her knowledge of prime rib roasts,
tender poultry, and choice vegetables.
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