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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC. SATll'JUY EVENING, OCTOBER 18. 1888.
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Before Buying
A PAIH OF SIIOES
EXKMI N E
The Crawford
The Best Shoe i
IN TUB TIVOKU)
For the Money,
The Crawford
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The ReasonsWhy Gen
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Remarks We Hear
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FACTS CONCERNING
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CRHWFORD
SHOE STORES:
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CONCERNING
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SHOE.
It Is ttio most Comfortnblo Shoo made.
It combines Comfort, Stylo and Durability.
It Requires no lltcaklng In,
It Is Knsy when you first put It on.
It Is on Honest Shoo sold nt a fnlr prlco.
It Is mado of tho Best of Stock and War
ranted. It Is sold by tho makers DIP.ECT TO THE
CONSUMER, at ONLY ONE FAIR VROFI1,
tlicroby saving to tbe purcbascr ALL INTER.
MEDIATE PROFITS, whlcb aio mado on
Ebocs sold In tbc old way.
It Is bccaii80 tbo makers of THE CRAW
FORD SHOE are tbo only parties lu tbls coun
try wlio bavo over nttempted to do a ictall
business on tbo merits of 'hair own shoos EX
CLUSIVELY, Riving tbo consumer a first
class shoo at a low price.
It Is because tbc makers of THE CRAW
FORD SHOE liave no Rotall Sboo Dealers TO
1'UOTKCT, ns tbey sell their entire production
through their oitn CILVWl'OItn .sum;
Monies.
It Is the first attempt mado by nuy manu
facturer of Gentlemen's Shoes to sell direct to
tbe cotibUiner tbclr entire production at ONE
1'ROFIT.
These Shoes Can Only Be Obtained
-AT-
Crawford Shoe Stores.
WASITJrGTOIir CRITIC.
CITY SPECIALS.
Spociul Notice to Housekeepers,
Bo not deceived " br low price?. Think for
n moment, and you . Kccitalnly come to tho
conclusion that the Clrnat Atlantic and l'acltlo
Toa Comoany, with 2'J5 branch stores lu thu
United Stnto", are eollmg tho linest'Tcas, pureit
CofTeos and ltuklni; Powders chcapor than nuy
other lionso. Tako into consideration tho raiiii-
nltuclu of their business, and you will eatlly n'.o
they can afford It. A small pcrccntmo of profit
on our enormous sales amply pay us. Our St
Onnpowdcr Tea U tho very best, In thomarkt,
and our 50 eont Teas cannot bo enualeci elso
wlioru for TO conts. Our Java and Mocha Coffee
nt iSO cents nor tiouud cannot be beat.
1 Flno Coffees ut 20, ua. 2(1 and 28c. Our teas
hnd coffees are always fresh anl we guarantee.
to glvo sntUfuetlon or money lofuudo'l. V'o re
colve freith Boasted Coflco eveiy twodays.tbere
foro wo have fresh goods on hand nt nil times.
AH wo nsk Is ono trial nnd wo know our goojs
will speak for thomsolves. Con-aimers can mivo
lrom 20 to UO per cent, by inning their Teas,
Coffees, SngaN and Baking Powders from us.
t'offeo grouud f rosh while waiting by aid of
our now olectrlo Motor.
Our H o'clock Breakfast Coffee at 25 cents nor
pound Is tho best, cheapest and most economical
in tno marKet.
Drink The.i-Npatar, Pure Chinese Tea: will
suit all tastes; thu ttindard tea of tho United
btates Sold at (JOo. per pound; present wllh
ever) pound.
Great reductions In all grades of pure Sugars.
Now Is tho time to buy for preserving purposes.
Do not forget th" stores nnd branches. Read
ttitlr advertisement cart-fully; thoro Ismotuy In
It, tor every housekeeper InWutblugton nnd sub
urbs. Thu best Standard Grnnulatod Sugar ut 8n,
per pound, tho host. Standcnl A Hiuar at "Ko.
ler pound, the best White Extra C riugnr nt ,c.
Pr pound, tho best Light V Sugar at (l)ijo. per
JKiund, thu host Cut Sugar it Sfjo per pound, the
bet l'odorcd S'lgarutSKu-lier pound.
llamlhomo i)resints In the way of Crockery,
Glassware, etc., given to nil purchasers of our
lino Teas nnd ChIIhos. We also give ehuek-i
with every 2X cents' worth of Tea, Coffee and
Uaklng Powder.
KEUCMUBR OUR STOItES :
503 7th street northwest, 1020 Mth stroet
BX izr jr sx w YsaEasa j5s9aoa:v ir53 vrff ir ir Ty,H '"'" sos. IT02"' IT" "" y f f T IT I j a-r v y . J
noriliwujt, iJlOl JI street, Georgetown; oH. 51)
iiqdp'! Centro Mutlsut; 02 Wo-,iern ilurket, 8
mid O O-stcoi JIaret, 101 Nonhcrn Liberty
JIurktt.
NEWTON It. UOWMAN, Slanager.
J'litnce Oig.ins.
Now Styles. S5 Payments.
1'. O. Sinltti, 1225 Pa. Ave.
Solid Oiilc ltad-KonmSet, 328.
William II. nougbton & Co. are now open und
ready lor busttie.n ut their elegant now store,
321b and 1220 !' st n. w. Thoy aro offering u
k illd uixK bed room sot (tlirex pieces) at $2S, the
bist value for tilt money In tho city. Their
stuck In Interior decorations, dr'iperls. parlor
mid chamber furniture, wood work, wall oitr,
bico?, Irlnees, holding o.irpcta, rugs, dining.
lO'iin tiirnJture, muntols, tiles, bras-os and pe
el ddeiiucilug Is complete und InoKhatH'lhle. ut
prh'es inone can complain of, This linn maxes u
RptHiliiIti of u certain ulass of goodx that can
not be lmnd In any other uiu(illdiinaiit soiuh
-. o NeYork. After un oxpo-.'Ieuue of uoarly
v vortijjnosn yearn lu this btubins-. we jollcit your
trail and orders nnd guarantee all urleas, be
Inking i hat we cuu do as well us any firm In
our line,
Lithograph Chock Hooks made to order.
Ilamlsouuilurlgiis, Kxhvan'u, 1012 i'uuiisyl
vutila aveuuu. ,
Kpiiclul Atti-niillonx In I'urnltiire ut
JInsltlmrtU'H.
Having completed my stoi k for tho full trade,
I u ii nreprei to give those lu want of 'urnltwo
h icpUI prices for the next !JO days. JIv sioclt
1 very heavy, und hu ivy Invoices, yet arriving,
(nnpvli motooffev great lnducoinents to those
In want of good good!. 1 most lespeutfully ox-
I tend .in Invitation io all to call and Inspect my
stuck hcfKre purchasing, et prl,t' and compuio
j witii'inrs. when you will ho tully eouvliiu d
, I'.iil'JiarihMsthoiiUee to buy. Ope.i until 7
', D'oIulllC.
J Don't tori,-et the place
lIllKfll.MlTII S,
1 Odd ollowV Hull,
I 7th St. ii. w.
It Is tho Most.
. Ask for It. Sohlltz's Milwaukee Liger lleor.
) 'or siig;by u)l leadlug hoiuos,
Vl"ltliiKhiris nuitly enaruveil from your
pUttm at 70 coins per hundred. ICeiivanu, 1U1U
J'uniuylvnnlu avenuo.
Monogram und add rots dIo Htnmped in
columnt lowllguros. Keiivanu's, 1U12 I'onn
S)lnnln,avuuuo. 'Allli-iiey Illrv Vilgoli."
FreshAldernoy butter, uhtirned ovary morn
lug uud doll vnvoa In Jti H 'W'urd" prints. 400.
" ptTlh. Also ootuge cbeese, biittenullk und
sweet luHk,6e. per it, Crouin. 16o.porqt.
Our Crawford Shoe
"Tho MOST COMFORTABLE Shoo I ever
wore "
"EASIER than thocs I bavo had mado for
mo."'
"CANT UNDERSTAND how you dolt."
"NO MORE S12 shoos for mo "
' Hope you will korp your CRAWFORD SHOE
op to Its present HIOII STANDARD.'
"WOULDN'T HAVE RELIEVED I would
over hrtvo worn n shoo costing only SI."
"My friends wearing vour CRAWFORD SHOE
all speak of It In tho HIGHEST TERMS. '
"How do you sell so good a shoo FOR ONLY
$1?"
'Wouldn't sell my CRAWFORD SIIOES for
SIO If I could not buy another pair like them "
"Unvo nover had n MOMENT'S DISCOMFORT
from your shoo slnco I llr t put It on."
"Aro you selling tho CRAWFORD SHOE AT
COST to Introduce It 7"
"Do you intend to ADVANCE THE PRICE
on your Crawford Shoo after establishing u do
mand for It 1"
"Can you do a PROFITABLE BUSINESS on
tho Crawford Shoo alone t"
"Do you moan to say that ovun your $3
SHOES aro mado of tbo BKsT STOCK YOU
CAN BUY?"
"How can you sell your nAND-SEWED
SHOES at tbo sauio prlco of a muchtno-mado
shoo'j"
"I never want liny shoo but tho CRAWFORD."
"I bavo always had troublo In UHEAKINCMN
n shoo. Your CRAWFORD SHOE requires uo
breaking In "
"Slnco wearing your CRAWFORD SHOES my
CORNS bavo all disappeared."
"1 navo nover before had a shoo (It my foot,
unless It was mado to order."
"I always take an extra pair of CRAWFORD
SHOES when going on a Journoy."
"I find a new pair of CRAWFORD SHOES as
easy as tho old ones I tako off."
"All my friends wearing THE CRAWFORD
SHOEnrnlsoit."
"Every ono 1 find wearing your CRAWFORD
SHOE becms to look upon your firm us Public
bencfuctors."
Makers of the
CITY STKCIALS.
Now Is tho Time to Got llnrgalns nt
Jlrelthurlli's.
Having received a heavy Involeo of chamber
suits, and having placed them lu stock nt price
within roaoh of ull, I mn olforlug Walnut Cham
ber Suits, 10 pieces, Tennessee marble top, at
S-12not. All other goods nt prlcos that defy
competition. A call Is all that Is necessary to
convince vou that I mean business. Jly stock
Is complete, and selections to suit nil. lie suro
and uall before too late. HutciTHAiiTU's.
Odd Fellows' Hall, 7th st. n. w.
Hodden's Installment Houses.
Now Is tho time to bo on the lookout to find a
reliable f toro whpro you can buy your Heating
or Cooking Stoves, House furnishings, Carpets,
etc. There Is not a hotter establishment in thu
el'y than Hu-tden's double store, Dili) and 0U2
Soyeuth street northwest. Goods at cash prices
on tho Installment plan; weekly or monthly
payments.
I'lunoH Koutcd. $ll,or Mouth,
Organs Rented. S2 Per Month.
V, G. Smith, 1225 Pa. Ave.
For Washington I)iosed Ileof
goto John R. Kcllv, stalls 08. (12!) and Otto
Centro Jlarket and 200 und 203 Northern Lib
erty. Corned beef a specialty.
OUlt MOTTO I
NO MONOPOLY I
NO KXTOIITIOK !
Good goods and keeping faith with the public
always produce geneious results. Our lecord
lsthxt of a Progressive HARDWARE llnUSh.
In preparing for the cold weather there artt nu
merous llttlourtlcjos needed lu every well-regulated
household, such ns Coal Hods, Ash Sift
ers, Table Cutlery, Carpet Stri'tehcrs.Hnmmers,
TuoltM, Step Ladders Aio.. &c. Wu have them
Inoidlost variety aim at prlcos that will as
tonish you. Goods delivered the world over
Cms. T. CAltlUt Si Co.,
Telephone call 01. 000 l'a. avo. u w.
Urudtmry IMiiiion,
Vuttory Prices. 810 Payments.
Y. O. Smith, 1225 l'a. Avo.
Ladles' Royal Kid Duttou, Ootnnvin Sense
nndOper.1 Too with Patont-Loither Tips, S3. 50.
Uautumx'b, 000 Seventh street.
Sl'OKTS OF T1IK SKASDX.
O'Uny kept tho Detrolts' bits scattered yes
tenlay, vbtlo WasbliiKton bunched Its bits.
Score, Ii to 1. Hits Washington 0, Detiolt-l.
Krrors AVnshlnKton 5, Detroit 0. l'ltcheis
O'Day and (J ruber.
The other caincs resulted as follows: IliroU
lyn 10, Athletic 7; lialllrooieS, Cleveland 1.
The 1'hHadulpbiii-Cblcago, Loulsville-Kau-sas
City, New Vork-ludlanapolls, Ilostou
l'ittsbuifr, Cliiclnnatl-at. Louis ,'lltnts weio
postpoued by rain.
The contest of nlno gamos for tho world's
championship between tho New York (Hunts
nnd the St. Louis Drowns will begin at tho
l'olodrouuds, New Vork city, Tuesday next.
At Jeiome Park yesterday tbo wlnneis were
Foidham, Lo Logna, My Own, Mnlu aud Yum
Ytim, Yqm-Yum won tho beat race with Manner
Rearer yestcnlay, li miles. Time, 'J.OOJ; Han
ner Hearer won second beat, L'sOlJ; Yuiu-Yuin
third beat, 2:01.
If Flreuzl wins tho National handicap to-day
she will win tbo title "(Juu..ii of the Turf."
Mr. Gould lii Wuhlilnglou,
'Yuslilntiton Is rapidly beconiuu; a city of
representative business enterprises, fiom the
fact that a very larijo tailoring establishment
bus lately been established ul R.-i'J K stieet
northwest, under thu well-known pioprletor
fahlp of .Mr, Max Could of New York, who for
ninny years was employed by Messrs. llrooki
t'v Ilro, as cutter. In 1SMI be eiubuiked lu the
tulloilug; business In New York and bus wined
tor hlin?clt n national reputation, He has
handsomely fitted up ono of thu lurge and new
stoi'u looms opposite Hotel Johnson, on V,
street, with one of the largest stocks of Hug
lull, (ionium aud Ameilcau Kuds I'1 this city,
lie Introduces a now feature In dlsposlui; 01
his goods undo to order, by ullowin puisong
Who cau (;lvu good hccuilly to purcluifu fulls,
etc,, on tbe Installment plan, The Lutlness
litre u 111 by uuder bis iieonal wipervWon.
He will bo nlonsed ut all ttmos to bee Now
York friends as well anotheis. His well
rorth your time to uxnruiuo Ids huge and
well selected stock beford buying oleewheie.
Jt Ik ('i-rtiilnly-11. 1'leiuiiK,
to visit Jliclttuirtti'b Knnilturc Wiiieiouins.
'I ho ulteiition 'ivuii ou whilo theru cauuof be
excelled. Roud his udveitlsoiucut. 1
SOLD
ONLY
TO
' THE
CONSUMER
WASHINGTON
BRANCH,
Crawford Shoe
AMUSEMENTS NEXT WEEK.
t . ti --
Alliiuicli'fi "Knttl."
JIIss Marietta Nash, tho popular and pretty
Uttlo eoubretto, woll-known in Hoyt's plays,
makoi her bow ns a star noxt v cek at Albaugh's
In "Kuttl," a rnueical farce-comedy in threo
acts, tho first In London, tho last two nt Mar
gatto. tho Rnglish sashlo resort. Tho compli
cation consists In the blunder of a stuiild Ger
man Bcrvunt girl Kuttl, who Is mado to np.io ir
to hnvo fallen heir to a large fortuno. Thero Is
plenty of room for fun, and for music nnd
annclng, and every coign of vantage Is covered.
There will bo a big turnout Monday night.
Tho National Mr. and Mrs. Florence.
Next week at tho Natloral wo are to bavo Mr.
and Mrs. W. .1. Florence In around of genuine
comedies, nnd It goes without saying that those
who attend tholr performances will find abun
dant ploasuro. "Tho M!ghtvDollar"wlli bo given
Monday; "Our Govo'nor" Tuo'duy; on Wednes
day, Tliursduyiimt Friday ovcnhnis and Satur
day matinee, "Heart of Hearts." Saturduy
night, "Domboy & Son," All of theso plays ex
cepting "Heart of Hearts" aro well known hero,
'licnitof Hearts," howevor, will bo ptoduced
for tho first ttino hero after a great sucees lu
New Vork nnd other cities. It ispuronnd whole
some comedy nnd affords Mr, and Mrs. Florence
ninplo opporiunlty for tho development and ap
plication of their best powers.
Harris' IIIJ1111--Australian Novelty Co,
Auntln'B Australian Novelty Company, whloh
mado such a hit nt Harris' HIJou last year,
comes again noxt week, and In 11 greatly Im-
piovod condition. Amnngtho attractions are I'.n
gllsh nnd MeArthur, Roslna, male Impersonator,
1 minors and Cnllms, Alex. Dams, Sheehan and
Coyne. Fred Matthews, and Weber and Fields.
The Austin sisters' aerial porformanco Is tho
ovont of tho evening.
ICorniin's Tho NlRlitOwls.
Tho Night Owls Jltirlciriuo Company is tho ut-
tiactiou at Kernnu's next week. 'Iho Seven
Australian llenutlos, tho finest formed women
lu the world; tho handsomest grouping over seen
lu Ameilea, by nine living models; M'llo Kmilv,
who hi long skirts ttirm double fomertiuiltH
fiom iho shouldors of the biothers Eddy; tho
Imperhil court reception nir.tiiged at u cort of
S'l 000 and u sensational oxtravagnnza "Ornin
mcisln I'aradlso" aro amoiiit tlm exciting and
Intciestlng feutatos uf the entertainment.
It Mado u 'TowTul" Noise.
Henry Rodcn, a stiapplng; colored youth,
yesterday found a quantity of dynamite near
tho reservoir. His boss told him It was In tho
way, and he undertook to hum It up and cut
rid of It. It bioko windows twenty yards dis
tant, but llnuiy said It didn't bother him
much, except that It "did miiko a pow'ful
noise." Ilo was anested for violating tho po
lice regulations with reference to explosions,
but Judge Miller to-day said that the real 10
eponslblllty wiir with the man who prompted
btui to tho attempt. Henry was dismissed.
Colonel 'Woltur'H Seventieth lllrthdny.
Our old and distinguished friend Colonel
Everhsrd Welur, a Mtxlcun war vetcian of
recognized distinction. l seventy yearn of ngu
tn-dav, und he desire ills rnav triunds about
Washltiuiou to know that although his eyesight
Is seriously Impaired, hi physical and mental
faoulltles aro as good us ever. The unerablo
Colond since flay last has Iipui making his
hoiao nt Aiiuanilnle, Fairfax Couniy, Va tho
honored trieud und guest of General W, II. I',
l.ee, for whoie uhnstlan kindness md court -y
liunxpiv-H s in a pilvaie letter to the Editor
or the initio, thiuitmo.-titr ititude. Lou 11 nv
hotralUnt veteinu burtlvound may his (Menus
multiply.
You Will VI ml Your Money Misspent
If) oil do not buy your full overcoats from
the producers, (feco our fall overcoats, $10.)
KibiiMAN Ilitos,, cur, 7th and K
.Maiiufactuiiug Clothiers and Tallois.
I'ltrlni- Cm to I'lttshiin;, lu II, mid O,
lliilliimil.
Tho I), and 0. Limited Kxpross, loavlii)?
Waehlngloii dally at 10.55 0. in., Is (quipped
with I'ullinnn Vesllbuled 1'arlor Car, iiinnliii,'
through without chanifo, nirhlng I'ltuliiug
SitiO p in. This trJu h 111010 than ouc hour
faster than the fastest train via nuy other line,
and It pusses 'In tho ilusllijlit iiirough tho
beulltliul and bUtorlc Virlluy of the I'otouiau
und ueioss tho Allecheny Mountains, now
lesplendatit In the gold and urlinsuu ulory of
uiituiiiiial foliage. The mght cxpiess. i.'lth
I'lilliniiu .Sleeping Car uttached, leaves U'nsli
jiigtou U-HJ p in,: arrives I'lttuhuig 7:15 a. ui.
dallo'.
limn rwooo iiAuu, Monday, Oct. 15,!)) m.
A potato Si feet long has lifcn dug up
within a day 01 two on W. U. Wull'b plato at
Dawson, (ia.
903 Penn. Aye,
"Dad, I wont a pair of tbe Crawford Shoos
you wear them and nro always tolling how
COMFORTABLE tbey arc."
"My son, I bavo often wished that tbo malt
m of tho Crawford Shoo would make ROYS'
SIZES."
"Why, father, I notlco In ono of tho Craw
ford Shoo advertisements that this shoo Is
mado for men In sizes nnd half sizes, from 4s
to 12s. I wear slzo 4, and most boys of 12
years and over can wear tbls sboo. The mak
ers of tbls shoo claim that n BOY requires as
good a shoo as a man, and you know, dad, tbo
1 boys' shoes which aro sold for $3 bavo but
little wear In them, being made of tbo poorer
parts of leather rcmalnlnj: after cutting a Gen
tleman's shoe."
"Woll, my son, you may go to ono of tho
Crawford Sboo Stores to-morrow and buy a
pair to suit you."
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Gentlemen constantly
on their feet will find our
CRAWFORD SHOE easy
the first day worn. It re
quires no breaking-in.
Ask any one who has worn
a pair his opinion of it.
and Proprietors
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel ot purity,
strength and wholrt-omeness. Moro economical
than cho ordinary kinds, and cannot bo sold in
competition with tho multitude of low test.
short-weight alum or phosphate powdeia. Hold
only in cans.
ROYAL RAKING I'OWDKU CO.,
30(1 Wall stroet, Now York.
in
SEATOM PERRY
(Successor to Perry & Ilro.)
INVITES AN INSPECTION OF HIS NEW AND
CHOICE S'l OOK OF IMPORTED WINTER
WRAI'S.
NOVhLTIL'S IN PARIS AND RERLIN RAG
LANS. NOVELTIES IN ENGLISH WALKING JACK
ETS. NEW SEAL PLUSH JACKETS, ALL SIZES,
RANGING 1'ltO.M $12 TO $20.
NEW SEAL FLUSH WRAI'S AND VISITES.
ALL blZES. HANGING FROM $15 TO '!5.
NEW SEAL FLUSH SACIJUEN ALL SIZES,
HANGING FROM 825 To K50.
"GREAT IJARGAINs" IN JACKETS AND
WRAI'S LEFT FROM LAST SEASON.
RANGING FROM $2 TO SIO.
GENUINE CAMEL'S HAIR AND FRENCH
11ROCI1E SHAWLS.
NEW mLK CllL'UDA AND CASHMERE
SHAWLM IN (lltHAT VARIETY.
NOVELTIE-lNllYMALAYA S. OTCII PLAID
AND TRAVELING BRAWLS.
NOVELTIES INjIMPflltTEl) JERSEYS, ALL
h I .lie. Ii ANGING FuO.M $2 50 TO SS.
NEWftTYI.KMlN GOSSAMER WATERPROOFS
AT LOWEST PltletH,
NEW IILACK AND SliAl, PLUSHES AND AS-
TRACHAN3 AT SI, S5 AND SO
NEW liLAt'K ANII I'OLnRF.I) CLOAK.NO
HEAVERS AND KEUuJJYS AT SI AND
SI.50.
NOVKLT1ES IN, ENGLISH SUITINGS AT 32
PER YARD.
NEW FRENCH, HROAIK'I.OTIIS IN I1LACK
AND COLOUR. AT $1.23, $1,50. 52 AND
S2.50.
LM.MENSE STOOK liP IMPORTED DRIXS
FAIIKICS FOR Fi.AIN AN . COM1HNA-
T10N L'lTa. RANUl.Nd FROM 50C TO
S2.50l'ERYARI).
ALL THE LATKsT 1'AItlS NOVELTIES IN
hILKS AND.VeIAEI's.
THE 'REST MAKKH up PLAIN AND RII1I1KD
MERINO WOiL UNl'EHWE ,l(, ALL
K'rt'LKJ. HIZEs AND (JUALlTIto THAT
WEAR SVELL.
tiSrj'LAIN I'IUORF.1 AND CORHEUT 1'IUOKS.
' SBATON PKI
Perry lliilldlnir,SToiia-yi,,ii
Ninth utieot. jij,
SBATON PKRRY,
11 1 avemii,
ishd 181.)
jou late to classify
iitlSlMi - A
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t(Jdns , 1:1
WTKIIKH
V model-. A
:rltio olfiee.
iri?vlrtU''V ,a V1UY RKMIRAULR NEW
,lrh tMrS-JU"' ucir.p.i'tu), 0.7 nml7Up,t
' p ; Oiooiiuiunn hatii hoi and uoiil wler In
imiiu, oto; 0 ileup. t rooin., t ononis WwUs
front und icur, C,"'y 1 ouch. ( llARLEoU
CAYWOOD, hahuinrnl '"'1 1' st 11 w
I '(III II KM -A 0 ! ' lll'UKK IN A VERY
I duslrublu iii'iil"! n jru 1 Vi uviinvt.il
u good tenant; oull 'O C IARLI.SU. I'aY
Old). UiMint'iit ft'Ui "' " w
r-iT TDflVfll AKIHO IV il
NO
SHOE
AS
COMFORTABLE
THE
CRAWFORD.
ASfflNGTON
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BRANCH, .
of the Crawford
m,
alK is
As tbo saying goes, but It costs us a very
snug turn yearly to talk to )ou through tho
medium of this type. Thoroforc, to fid our
space with nonsensical adveitlsemcnts would
just bo so much waste of cash. When wo np
pear weekly and inako new aunouticcincuts
wu mean business.
Ladies', Misses' unci Chil
dren's Wraps
Will occupy this entire space this week, and If
this catulogiio of barguuu don't forco Bales
w o'llnoi cntlonthom again this season.
lrstylos of Jackets.
Ladles' Plaid Wash Print Jackets, satin strlpo
hood. SI. 10.
Ladles' Merlin Twill Jackets, nstruchan bound,
$1,011
Ladles' Alt-Wool, black nnd whlto strlpo
Jaokot, eutlroly plain, $2.70.
Ladles' All-Wool, fancy lnlds, with fancy silk
burah hoods, S2.0D.
This garment Is medium weight, henco tbo
Erlce.
udlos' All-Wool fancy strlpo Jaokot. eutlroly
plain. SUM I.
Lailles' All-Wool bioken plaid Jacket, with
fnncy hood, S3..10. This Is a nobby short
wrap.
Ladles' All-Wool Fancy Cnsshnoro Tailor mado
and bound ,30,01). This Is a very neat garment.
Ladles' All-Wool, blnuk and blue Heaver Jack
ets entlrelv plain. SO.Ot).
Ladles' All-Wool black Boavor, Tallor-mado.
$1.01).
Ladies' All-Wool, fine glnssa-cloth.in gobelin and
garnet, $5 .11). This wrap is made with bell
sleeves mid half inllltalre.
Ladles' All-wool gurnet and strlpo Jacket, with
upulot enno, 0.(10. This Is n nobby thliig und
no doubt will tuku well.
0 Styles of Visites.
Ladles' lllaek llurlln Twilled VIslte, bouolo
lilmuiIug.S2.lt).
Ludles' Tlght-llttlng-bnek Astrachan VIslte, In
dian sleeve. 31.01) wlthsllk cord und tnsslo
trimming, satin facing.
Ltidlos' lllaek ami Illue, Al-wool Reaver Mod
jesKa, with silk ball tabs. $0.00.
Ladles' Gobelin and Dlack Slrlpo Hcrlln Twill
Modjosku, doublorbrtnated. 37.00.
Three 1' ush Visiles, sutln-llued, slzo .'1(1 caoh,
S7.00. This garment Is from last season, but
looks as fresh as any goods, and sold at $12.01);
this blzo makes tho prlco. .....
Ladles' Silk and Wool ABtrnohnu Vlslto. largo
block pattern. 3S.00; ellk-llned aud trimmed
iutwo styles, fur and silk ball trimming.
5 Styles
Of Newmarket Rag tins and Circular".
Ladles lllaek llerlln Twld usslnn Circular, -t-inch
fur trimming. S3 HO. ,.,.,,
One lot of All-Wool Ncwmnrkets. In blnck,
blown, navy and fancies, $1,01). 'I his lot Is an
Immensely large one.
LadLs' All-Wool llerlln Twill Dolman, hand
toinoly trimmed, $5. 10.
Ladloi' All-Wool fnncy plaid nnd strlpo New
market, with und without I'spe. SO 011.
Ludles' All-Wool fiuey plaid and str nq 1 ag
bins, wbh and wt bout capo, S7.0U, This
lot is also elegant value.
Our Plush Loaders.
Ludles' Flush Saequo. satin quilted, $1 1,0!)
Lailles' Mal Plush Saequo, -10 lu. long, satin-
quilted, 810.00 lfil ,
Liidl8' Heal Plush Snequo, 10-ln. long, lino satin
qulltod. $2-100 The (iiiallty plush In this gar
ment Is warranted und the trimmings aro
genuine soul. , ,
our Ilcauty is 11 1-Inch Saequo, London-dyo
plu-li, 1111 l.nod with iiulltud , sall'i. dyed n the
yarii.wariunted In uery , articular, i-liich plush
laelngiind lino s-nl origin, ids und tin co chamois
pockots. l 1.110 . , , , . , ,, ,
Liullts' Kln Mai Plush Jaekots, hell slouvo,
Slti.OO. ThisJaekt-t has tho same lining us
our lleauty. ,,.,,, , ,, ,
Ladles' Flno ileul Flush Jlodjesku, boll sleeve,
Liiiihm' ffne Seal Plush Modjuaka, bull sleeve;
g'JU.OO.
CHILDREN AND MISSES.
Children's Long Wraps, taney wii-h nrlnt.shoi t
uupu -lid bell. sUos I and U, S1.D0, Slzu 8 und
t'l'litliei'iM Wool-Mlxo U'hiliU, Gretcheit skirt,
slu.it cape and be, sio; VO, l7ii d and 0, 52 i0,
Biimi JO, a.2l.imlMlwlS.Sdl)
Mls' I'onoy 001 sjiripo 'luiiwnui, wmi
nm.. mill lii 11 . ;l. L.l SBJrtlu years
SlisscV Ri-olau
Ii... imiiu n .'mid .NcwinaiUui. Wlttl sunn
mid
bond, j2 w'J.
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Ooisdle CoiiiiJiii 'thin,
1241 & 123 ( Ith St. 3. E
li-IepUuno Cull 72.
903 Mil hi
Cheap,
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61 1 Washington Street,
Under United States Hotel,
33 Park Square, -
45 Green Street, - -
2 1 64 Washington Street,
56 Main Street,
231 Broadway,
1 5 Westminster Street, -
52 and 54 Asylum Street,
750 Chapel Street, , -
281 Broadway, -L. -
831 Broadway. - w -
1 87 Fulton Street,
207 North Eighth Street,
2 1 1 East Baltimore Street,
903 Pennsylvania k
Shoe Stores.
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STORE NEWS--
-BY-
&
Extraordinary values in the
choicest Fall and Winter fab
rics and styles are being of
fered throughout the store,
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS.
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Excellent Muslin Gowns for
45 cents. We have offered
good values in Gowns in our
time, but never the equal ot
this. It is made from good,
firm undressed muslin; has a
Hubbard front, with four clus
ters of three tucks in the yoke;
has a cambric ruffle around
the neck and sleeves, worked
button-holes and pearl but
tons. There is nothing cheap
looking about it. It is the
best Gown the price ever
bought, and ever will again,
probably, for some time at
least. We have only a hun
dred dozen.
APRONS.
Wo bavo un abundance of stylos and qualities
for Children, Misses nnd Ladles T..oso two lots
deserve special attention on account of their,
extraordinary value.
Fluu Lawn Aprons, with wtdo cotton lace In
ecrtlon und edging around thu bottom, wide tlo
stiings. good length and full width, only loo.
each.
ICxtra quality India Lawn Aprons, deep hem
on bottom with threo wide lucks above, wide
and long tie strings, omy 25c. each.
HUSTLES
A Commercial Journal says: "Thcro nro up
ward of six inllllou Bustles manufactured every
year In thoUnltol Slates." This doesn't I110K
a' It Rustles were going out. No, thu Uusllu
has coins 10 idny, un I we have here every kind
and shape that's good und piopur.
WIN I UK SKIRTS.
Money paid for a cheap skirt Is lll-sont. Wo
start tliostoek 11t.11 dollar the best that's mado
tor tho price, aud stop at $12. Woqimtn iwo
linos, vU: Threo styles of Melton Cloth Skirts,
pi lied with Suteeii.fuil length, and stitched with
hllk. SI uuuh. All Wool liulmorul Skirts, kulfo
u plaiting, piped with Sateen, deep, closn-linlng
f yoke ni waist. Colors, gray, blue nnd cardinal;
uuiv Jji.ii.:!).
(Second lloor; through arch to annex.)
BARGAINS IN HOY'S CLOTHING.
Wo keep no cheap clothing. Good, strong ma
tcilul, honest sewing, put together lorboih
looks and sin vh.-u. Neat lu stylo und puturu,
and marked nl a inodi-tt advuiice on Ilro. cost.
The no stool; Is ut lis fu lust, and good values
abound, Dui'iibli), neatly appo'irm.! School
Suits as low as 1. yet lllsut$.S Wuaro siro ig
est. If yoiioraa Jiidgu (if 0 oililui' vmi w II pay
tiioo'hrdolli.r.'- DruKS) billts at SO, $0..i(), $7,
und 7 00
Nobby tjle.s at SS, 58.50, 0, and u stylo wo
call Hie "Kl. Huliuls" ut 10, whleli is equal, so
tnr us wi.runiuishlp, tvlu mid quiillt. I omi
uirnuil, to custom inmlo suits nt 11 coushlerably
lilgimr I'llun fiU- 10 to I L vours.
Suits of Cor'oiiruA'. Diagonals, Tilcois and
P'lilnCh mo'ii, in Num1 U'unund lllaek, S to IB
unrs il,r0in12.
a -lie 1 uiuwii) suits, lu Cheviot, Cork
si iuws. Tricots. &o. sLos Ul lo Ift yifiiiM
Jf7.r0io$12,
Velveteen Kin Suits, VH " )"'", only $-1
tueh
Roy's Over, outs 31 to ill ttueh.
(Thlid Ilo. r.)
WOODWARD & LOTHROP.
t'oinei- Ut.. mill I'' (streets N, V.
Boston
Boston
Boston
. -,, , - Boston
-. - Roxbury
- Chariest own
r Chelsea
Providence, R. I.
Hartford, Conn1
New Haven, Conn.
t - New York
New York
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Philadelphia, Penn.
- Baltimore, Md.
- - Washington, D, C,
CLOTHING
FOH-
Ready Made and ustom,
ALSO
inisiifiM Hoo
909 Penna'. Ave.
THE ACME OF PERFECTIOKI
THE LIGHT-RUNNING
NEM HOME
SEWING MACHINE
Has attained a dogrco or popuhirlt y and achieved
11 reputation us unprecedented as It Is well mer
ited, it is tho perfection of mechanism for
Hemming, Felling Trimming, Ulndlng, Cording,
llruidlng, seaming. Hemstitching Quilting,
Tucking, DHrnlng Fringing, Rullllng. Embroi
dering und Button hole inuMiig Cull nnd sen
IhOHxquJslto samples ul work. Old machines
of hII kinds tiilieu in exchange In part payment
ot New Homo at
rs
514 Ninth Street N. W.
In our Repair Department wu hnvo facilities
hv which wi cuu repair hewing Machines uf till
klnua nl very slant notice
ALL WORK WARRANTED
Wu rent swlug Machines of ull kinds by thu
week or month.
I'.nvnel nur RsnclJl tnleit u nur. uit't Ohio
u m ci U r.'n.l "M havn Hid jhimt-pidUhcil ttovo In tin
world. Fur saloby ulllirueero ami htoo Dealers.
.JAS.L. JlAIIBOUIi & S.ON,
J.C. RllUOODAit'').,
, Joliblllg Agents.
CARPET I NGS &
UEORGIi WILLNliU
Hash look u lull duo u( U.iryui'ugs, ail 'i'i. -s
Ollol un, Coi'im mid ?iraw Mrmus, i,o
lulu tylislli Wuil I'iti, 'VlinloA -.iiade-ami
Cu .in Uiiodk, Iro Window' and Dnui onru.uis
--I'RK'Kit Low
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