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ri-IE SUNDAY HER.A.L3D.SXJN3DA.V, JULY 20, 1S90.
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The contract has been given out, and the builder will begin on the 5th of August to tear down the front of our Mammoth Establishment in
this city. To avoid the dust and dirt from this improvement, we have determined to close out our entire stock
BELOW COST !
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Following: List of Clearing Sale Prices
Ladies' and Misses' Sailor Hnts or Yachts, sold everywhere for 25c.; clcarluir sale
Ladies' and Misses' White Flats, sold everywhere for l?Oc; clearing: sale price, 15c.
English Leghorn Hats, in all colors, sold formerly for 87c.; clearing sale price, 2oc
100 dozen Hats that sold formerly for 37c, 4Sc, 59c. G2c, 75c. and Sc; clearing
salo price, 25c
While Leghorn Flats, sold formerly for SI.: clearing Bale price. G9c.
Trimmed Hats, sold formerly for 32.23, 2.50, S2.75, S3, and S3.50; clearlug sale
All Trimmed Hats at half their value.
Our Celebrated La Belle Kldr.Glove, in all the latest shades, always sold at S'Jc;
reduced special for this week to 75c
See our Warranted Glove, the Elite, in all shades. Cau'tbcbeat. Satistaction
guaranteed or money refunded. 31.
Our Empres3 Brand Kid Glove, regular price, SM9; reduced to S1.2o.
Suede Mousquctniro Kid Gloves, 8-button length, extra line quality, sold for S2;
reduced to S1.C9.
UMBRELLAS and PARASOLS.
King's Palace guarantees all Umbrellas not to SPLIT or FADE for one year.
Gloria Silk Umbrellas, 21 and 20 inches, at 98c
Gloria Silk Umbrellas, 20 inches, mourning handles, at 81.24.
A very line Silk Umbrella, assorted silver and oxidized bandies, a bargain at S1.69.
Umbrellas in all styles of handles, Rood quality Gloria Silk, at Sl-23.
See our Silk Umbrellas, in all styles of handles, very nobby, at 32.25.
Our celebrated King's Palace Stunner Silk Umbrella, in all styles of haudles,
worth $1.50; our price, S3.09.
A large assortment of Fancy Farasols on hand at King's Palace usual popular
clearing salo price, 10c
price, 50c.; clearing salo
Corset Covers. good quality Cambric, former price. 25c
Flue Cambric Corset Covers, laco trimmed, regular
Elaborately trimmed Corset Covers, embroidered front with tucks, regular price,
87c; clearing salo price, 69c
Lonsdalo Cambric Corset Cover. Torchon Laco trimmed, very line quality, regular
price, S7c; clearing sale price, 09c
Embroidered Front Lace-Trimmed Chemise, good quality, at 25c.
Chemise. Embroidered Front, Inserting, and Tucks, Lace Trimmed, regular price,
50c; clearing sale price, lie.
Our regular 75c. Chemise; clearing sale price, 50c.
Our regular 02c Gown, full length, good cotton, nicely trimmed; clearing sale
Our regular 75c Gown, good quality, laco trimmed, and tucked yoke; clearing
salo price, 59c
Our regular SI Gown, excellent quality, inserting, and tucked yoke; clearing sale
Our regular $1.25 Gown, good quality Cambric, Torchon Lace trimmed, Inserting,
and tucks; clearing salo price, SI.
All or our 12c. and 15c. Sateens reduced to 10c
Black and White Check Sateen at 12Jc.
Entire stock of Plaid Lawns wc oiler at 8c.
Wool Challles, in all shades, reduced to 10c.
All Wool Striped Albatross and plain to match at 20c.
All or our 8c and 10c. Plaids reduced to 01c.
Persian Lawns that sold formerly for 30c aro now 20c
Persian Lawns, very tine quality, sold everywhere for 35c, aro now 25c
All of our 12c Outings, In plaids and stripes, reduced to 8c.
Silk Strlpo French Flannels, regular price, 75c; reduced to 50c.
India Linens at 5c.
Xadies' Taffeta Gloves, in tans and grays, worth 25c; our price, 19c.
Ladies' Silk Taffeta Gloves, extra good values, in black, tans, and grays, at 25c.
Ladies' Black Silk Jersey Gloves, worth 50c; our price. 39c
Ladies' Silk Gloves, extra qualities, in black and colors, worth 08c; our price, 18c
Pure Silk Jersey Mitts, worth 39c; our price, 25c
Pure Silk Jertev Mitts, extra good quality, worth 50c; our price, 39c
Extra Fine Silk Mitts, Eold everywhere for GSc; our price. 48c.
One lot of Silk Mitts, in all colors, reduced from 08c, 75c, 87c, and SI, are now ISe.
Our regular GSc Skirt, Tucked Cambric Ruffle, good quality; clearing sale
Our regular GSc Skirt, embroidered ruffle and tucks; clearing salo price, 18c
Our regular S1.25 and 31.37 Skirts, deep embroidered ruffle, tucked, trimmed.
Cambric llouncing; clearing sale price, 98c
Drawers, deep embroidered ruffle and tucks; clearing
Our regular 59c
Our regular 75c Drawers, deep embroidered ruffle, clustered tucks; clearing sale
Silver Bracelets, worth 10c; our price, 5c.
A largo assortment of Laco Pins to select from, -worth 15c; our price, 9c
Gold, Silver, and Oxidized Hair Pins, assorted styles, worth 15c; our price, 10c.
Silver and Oxidized Bangles, and Shakespearean Bracelets, worth 25c; our
Gold, Silver, and Oxidized Dress Slides, worth 25c; our price, 19c
Bonbon Boxes, assorted styles, worth 25c; our price, 21c.
Fancy Hair Pins, something entirely new, at 25c
German Silver Bracelets, at 25c.
A large assortment of Scurf Pins, at 10c
Dull Jet Bracelets, worth 20c; our price, 12Jc
Jet Breast Pins, assorted styles, at 25c.
Jet Earrings, assorted styles, in drops and screws, 25c
A largo assortment of Fobs, in Gold, Silver, and Oxidized, at 21c
See our Ruby and Garnet Bracolets, worth 39c; our price, 21c.
Bangle Bracelets, 7 Bangles to every Bracelet, a big drive, at 10c.
Rhinestono Earrings, gold and silver settings, at 21c
Jet Dress Slides, in dull and bright, at 98c.
Gold Bracelets, at 98c, S1.25. and S1.75 a pair.
Real Tortoise Shell Fancy Hair Pins, gold tops, at 98c.
Gold Necklace, in dull and bright, at 98c
Gold Fob Chains, at 98c
A largo assortment of Rings, at all prices.
It wilt pay you to visit our Jewelry Department.
W Remember, this is a Compulsory Clearing Sale, and Our Entire Stock Must be Disposed of Before August S.Jgfl
EirgfogTO bJU ra&ra 8i astgffl tmmy
812-814 SEVENTH ST.
N. B. Remember, we have no branch store in this city, nor have we any connection with any other establishment. Don't be imposed upon by unprincipled
parties, but remember that our establishment extends from Seventh to Eighth street, and we are located at 812-814 Seventh street northwest. Bear this in
mind, and do not be misled by trickery.
1 took occasion last week to remark that this
was the first session of Congress in many years
that had passed without a single day having
been given to labor bills. Mr. H. J. Schultcrs,
member of the legislative committee of D. A.
CG, K. of L., called on Speaker Reed a couple
of days ago to make a representation to him
on that score, and Mr. Reed, so Mr. Scbul
ters says, promised to have the Committee on
Rules set aside a day for the labor committee.
There are several bills on the calendar in which
the labor organizations are deeply interested,
but especially one to prevent convict labor from
competing with tUe labor of free men and one
Intended to make enective me eigut-nour law,
already on the statute book.
Young. Mr. James G. Blaine is the victim of
some ycry violent prejudices. There arc peo
ple about Washington who hate him so cor
dially somehow that they would sit up at night
to conspire against bim aud to concoct stories
for the purpose of injuring him. This explains
several stories that have recently been pub
lished, and especially one to the effect that he
bad been so disorderly on the floor o the House
that Speaker Reed had to order his ejection.
After a pretty careful investigation 1 am con--viueed
that the story did an injustice to this
young man, that it was almost without founda
tion, and that Mr. Reed requests the publica
tion almost as much as young Mr. Blaine
could. Fair play is a jewel, ami as 1 was
led Into giving some credit to the story my
self, I think it right now to make the correc
tion as far as possible. Whatever may have been
chargeable to young Mr. Blaine in other places
and at other times, his behavior since ho be
came clerk to the House Committee on Foreign
Affairs seems to have been above reproach. All
who are best capable of testifying in the case
The articles that have filled the newspaper
press during the past week about the alleged
oxhaustlou of the Treasury surplus and the al
leged impending bankruptcy of the Treasury
have been, on the whole, the worst specimens
of financial slandering ever written for the
newspaper press. The surplus is uot exhausted.
Secretary Windom says he has enough of it left
to nay hills amounting to forty or fifty millions of
dollars yet, aud I think wo may take Ills word
for it. There is not the slightest danger, not
even the slightest possiblllt-, of a deficit in the
Treasury for several years to come. Besides,
the howl is so meaningless and inconsistent.
The issue made uv both political parties, but
especially by the Democrats, in the last cam
paign was that the surplus mubt be got rid of.
Now they say it has been got lid of and they aro
grumbling about it, while the Republicans say
there Is quite u surplus on baud still. As the Re
publicans aro the custodians of tho Treasury,
they certainly ought to know.
1 wouldu't have it mentioned for tho world,
but it isn't every woman who could buy $21,78:1
worth of real estate for a dollar us Mrs. Har
rison has doue at (Hen Echo. And Mrs. Harrl
HOii a few days ago called attention to the fact
that tho District Commissioners were tho Pres
ident's appointees, aud therefore would be very
liable to make improvements in the direction of
tho Harrison family real estate interest. The
old man ought to try and do something
with Ills better half, or he'll not know what to
do with all the real estate he'll have on hand
shortly. Supposing Mrs. Harrison, instead of a
foliar, should think of investing 100 in real
estate ! There would bo very little left either
at Glen Echo or Caoe May.
I beg to present my compliments to the
editor of the Sunday Gazette and to say I am
informed that he is old enough to have better
sense. Accusations that are absurd and abuse
that is simply foolish are calculated to hurt
ouly those who use them. David Lewsley.
.JOKING JOHN CHAMBERLIX.
way down in price, old friend, and glv.o mojany
benefit for working the brothers in your inter
est. Perry is endeavoring to secure our trade,
but I will control the outfit. Yours fraternally,
J. 13. Jasi'UK. D.D.
IlEADQUAIVmtS Oi'TIIK GAtiLIIiUANFlSIIEHMUN,
No. 30 Tompkins Stheet,
New York, July 14, 1890.
John Chamberlin, Esq., Washington, D. C:
Deau Sin: Noticing in the Now York papers
that you entertain people of color at your fa
mous notei, you will please wire rae, at my ex-
Grand Army of tho Republic at
The National Encampment of the Grand
Army of the Republic will bo held in Boston
August 11 to 10, inclusive. In order to ac
commodate all those who desire to attend the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company will sell tick
ets on August s to 11, good going until August
12, by either rail or Sound lines at a single fare
for the round trip. Tho Commander of the
A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY
pense, on receipt of this, your rates for forty of i '","" t"1'' A , U1UUUUU1 ol J"?
our delegation to the African Conference at ' Ai ray of the Potomac and staff, accompanied
"Washington, 23d and 21th instant, Squeczo tho ! Di' John A. Rawlins Post No. 1 and Kit Carson
How Some TjocjU Wags Have Persecuted
the Famous lloniftice.
Mr. William Dickson Is the prince of practi
cal jokers. Playing practical jokes is as neces
sary to his happiuess to his actual existence
as eating is to an ordinary man. His jokes are
invariably of such a kind that they don't hurt
anybody, and don't leave anybody in a bad
humor. They are all good-natured. One of
Dickson's latest jokes was at the expense of
John Chamberlin. When ex-Senator Mahone
lived iu Washington Chamherlin's was his head
quarters, and when he comes to Washington
now he makes his headquarters there. When
ho called a meeting of the Republican leaders
of Virginia, the other day, Chamherlin's was
named as the place of meeting. Mr. Chamber
llu agreed that Mr. Mahone should have the
big banquet hall for the purposes of his meet
lug, never stopping to inquire what
sort of a crowd Mahone would bring
there. When tho time came Chamber-
lin was considerably knocked out to ' what thev mea"
find his place swarming with Virginia negroes,
lie was not in the habit of entertaining gentle
men of color, and ho didn't like It, but ho had
to Gland it. Dickson aud some of his friends
saw that Chamherlin's feelings were aroused
and they decided to play on them. So, seating
themselves at a table within earshot of Cham
berliu, they began to discuss what tho news
papers were supposed to ho saying about tho
mattci. It was a great shame, they 6ald, that
the newspapers should take advantage of tho
Mahone incident to write about Chamherlin's
as a nigger hotel. They took good care that
Chainberlln should hear what they wore saying,
although, Iago-llko, they pretended that thev
were very anxious to keep It from him, When
he turned to them for further information they
closed up immediately, assured him that it wa6
nothing; that they wero sorry they had men
tioned it at all; that the "nowspapers that
had published it were of no account
any uow. Tliey advised hi in that it
price, and I can assure you our patronage. If
tuere is anything in it for me I shall expect you
to do the proper thing. Yours,
J. Wileoughiiy Peacock, Secretary.
Philadelphia, Pa., July 15, 1890.
Dear Sin: The Twilight Cadets and Mack
intosh Club visit Washington on tho 23d or 24th
instant, during the session of the African Con
ference, to take part In the Grand International
Cake Walk. Send terms for party, and reserve a
choice room with bath for me. Philadelphia is
proud of our organization, and will give us a
good seud-ott. Tho "Twilights" are stunners,
and the "Mackintoshes" are regarded aslah-lahs.
Could you meet us with a band ? Yours,
Gil Ball, 073 Lombard street.
The jokers managed to be present when tho
i last letter was handed to Chamberlin. Ho
read it and then made tho air bluo. "Reserve
, a choice room and a bath for himself, the so-and-so,
and so-and-so, said Chamberlain," and
then calling his clerk ho instructed him as fol
lows: "Here, write to this black so-and-so.
, Tell him our terms to him will be 500 a day,
. aud he can go and take a bath in tho Potomac.""
I lheso communications from tho colored gen
try aro still coming to Chamberlin. Whenever
I he reads this explanation he will probably know
Behring Sen Correspondence.
It was stated at tho State Department yester
day that tho Behring Soa fisheries correspond
ence would undoubtedly be sent to Congress
next week. The reason of the delay was said
to be a desire to have Secretary Blalno's answer
to a very recent despatch from .Lord Salisbury
included in the correspondence to ho made public.
wasn't worth noticing, and were so myste
rious and secretive about it that he be
gan to imagine the case was something dread
ful, bo ho stalked up aud down the room In a
rage, stamping the iloor aud exclaimlug, "I keep
a nigger hotel, do I V John Chamberlin keeps
a nigger hotel, does ho ?" and using other ex
pressions of a much more forcible character.
Dickson and his friends tried their best to com
fort him, but he wouldn't be comforted. Tho
idea that his famous hotel had come to bo re-
garded as a nigger reort was too much for him. ,
Dickson and his friends put their heads to-
gether to have a number of letters addressed to
Chamberlin by colored societies all over the
country. Tho letters were sent to various cities
to bo lemailed to Washington. Hero are a few
Khkdluickshuko. Va., July 14, 1MK).
John Chamberlin, Esq., WaoUinuton, 1). C,:
Dhau John: Our colored friends from this sec
tlun speak iu glowing terms ot your kind and
generous treatment of them during their brief
stay iu your beautiful city. The United
Brothers of Jorusalem will attend tho confer
ence of the Airicau (M. P.) Church at Washing
ton on tho 23d and "Uli instant. Bend me com
mutation rates lor a party of twenty. Muko it
New Liino to Jjouinvillc via Pennsyl
The Pensylvanla Railroad Company an
nounces that beginning on July 21, 1890, a now
lino will bo opened between Pittsburg and
Louisville via tho Pan Handle and Cambrid go
Cut-oft. Over this lino through Pullman sleep
ing cars will he run between Pittsburg and
Louisville iu connection with Now York and
Chicago limited west-bound and tho limited or
day express east-bouud. By this arrangement
passengers leaving New York by the limited at
10 A. M.. Philadelphia 12:20 noon, Washington
10.50 A. M., Baltimore 11.-15 A. M will reach
Louisville at noon tho next day, connecting
there with the Louisville and Nashville Rail
road trains for principal points in tho South.
Tho east-bound connection for limited or day
express will leave Louisville at 2 P. M.
$.'$.50 to Atlantic and Return.
Tho second popular excursion of tho season
to Atlantic City will leave Washington via tho
B. and O. Saturday, July 2t). A special train of
day coaches and Pullman parlor curs will leave
B. and O Station 1 P. M., arriving at the shore
10 P. M. This route Is the shortest, best, and
only double-track Hue to Atlantic City. For
the accommodation of those desiring to return
Sunday evening a special train will leave At
lantic City 5 P. M., arriving in Washington 11
P. M. Round-trip ticket, good for return on
all trains until Monday, $3.50. Thirty minutes
will bo allowed iu Philadelphia for supper iu
Post No. 2, will use tho Pennsylvania Railroad
and Fall River Line, leaving Washington by tho
special train irom oixtn-street station on Satur
day night, August 9. An additional special
will also leave on Sunday morning, August 10,
connecting directly with tho Fall River steamer.
How to Save Money.
Call at King's Palace, 812-814 Sovcnth street
northwest, and take advantago of the immense
bargains now being ottered at this mammoth
millinery aud dry goods establishment. Black
and whito Leghorn hats, which are sold ovcry
whero for S1.25 and S1.37, wo are now selling at
85c. Childrens1 trimmed sailors, at 15c. Black
straw Hats that aro worth 50c. wn aro now sell
ing for 15c. In our dry goods department we aro
now offering special inducements for this com
ing week. Wo mention a few of tho many bar
gains which nro now being ottered at King's
Palace: Sateens, worth 15c, wo aro uow selling
for 12c. Sateens that aro worth 25c, wo aro now
selling for 15c. French sateens, that sold form
erly lor 30c, 35c, and 4Uc, are now selling at 23c
i In our gingham department wo aro ottering
fancy dress ginghams, in plaids and 6trlpes, sold
I every whoro for 10c: wo aro now ottering them
I for 8c All of our 121c ginghams aro now being
sold for 10c Criterion ginghams sold overy
whero for 15c; our price, 12Jc Zephyr ging
hams, in plaids, side bands, and plain, worth 15c;
wo otter them at 12Jc In our whito goods de
partment wo uuoto a low of tho many
bargains: which wo nro now ottering
i Just received one caso of whito crochet 10 bed-
spreads, worth 75c, which wo will eoll at 55c Seo
our 40-inch apronetto with laco border which wo
aro ottering at 8c Beautiful stripe lawns, good
value at 10c; wo otter them at 5c. Pacific- 1,100
lawns, in plain, check and figured, wo otter at
juo. iiimauon uninasiiK. worth 2Uc nor van.
15 PER CENT. REDUCTION
ON ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE
UNTIL AUGUST I.
15 SEVENTH ST. N.W.
wlilcb wo aro selling at 10c A word about our
i Hosiery department; Wo carry llrst qualities
only and when wo sell you hosiery re
member wo gunranteo them. Children's black
derby ribbed hose, doublo knee, worth 15c: wo
otter them at 10c Children's black ribbed hose,
oxtra long, doublo knee, worth 21c; our price
, 14c Ladies' lull regular mado, oxtra long,
patent split soles hoso at lUc Misses' plain black
. hose, Hermsdorf celebrated Soudan blaok, guar
I nnteed last black, or money refunded, at2;ic
Ladles' fauoy hose, good ijualfty, bountiful boot
patterns, worth :i5o.; our prico 23c Seo our
' stock of hosiery. Wo guarantee a saving of 15
per cent, on your purohubo. Wo desire to
announce that wo aro constantly ottering bar
1 gains in all ol our departments ladles1 and gents'
I furnishings, Jewelry, corsets, kid and lubrio
1 gloves, velvets, laco caps, infants' coats, silks,
, jerseys, umbrellas, parasols, wraps, notions,
I velvets, flowers, ribbon, etc., etc. A word to you
1 beloro WO eloEO: Wn wish tn liimrr.cu imnn vniiw
mind that wo have no branch storo and no con
nection with any other establishment in this
city. There- Is only one King's Palace, and do not
allow yoursell to bo imposed upon by impostem.
Look well; remember our grand doublo store, 812
and 811 Sovoiuh btreet northwest.
812, 814 Seventh Street,
C rand Doublo Store.
Consumption Surely Cured.
To tho Kdltor: Pleaso inform your readers that
I have a positive remedy for consumption. By
itstimolyuso thousands of hopeless cuses havo
been permanently cured. I shall bo glad to Bond
two bottles of my remedy i-UKE to any of your
readers who havo consumption if thoy will send
mo their Express and P. O. Address. Respect
fully, T. A. Slocum.M. O., 181 Pearl St., N.Y.
Drink Tannhauser beer. II. Benzler.
Now Is the time to buy Furnlturo nnd savo 15
per cont., and not wait until fall. My entire
stock of Parlor, Dining-room, and Chamber Fur
niture, Portieres, Laces, and Upholstery Goods
of all kinds at tho ubovo reduction. My splen
did assortment of Carpets and Rugs will bo sold
at Actual Cost, for Cash Only. Will out and
muko to order Loose Furniture Covers and guar
antee a perfect fit. Tho colobrated Dry Air
Alaska, which is conceded to bo tho champion
refrigerator on tho market, is ottered nt re
duced prices. Also n full lino of deslrablo Water
Coolers, which must bo closed out at cut rates,
as the season is advancing and my stock Is too
largo. A splendid assortment of Uaby Carriages
to select from, almost at your own price, as I do
not wish to carry these useful articles over.
Consequently come In and get n bargain, and
glyo health and life to your babes.
Thus. 0. S
115 SEVENTH ST. N.W.