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THE EVENING STAR.
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for ?ucb period as may be desired, at the
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Although his life was so little interwoven
with that of the American public, considered
aa a political body, that the news of hi* death
will send no shock through the country. yet
tha usefulness of such a career as Alien Thorn
dyke Rica's cannot b? question'd. Independ
ently rich, of good birth and antecedents, he
did not content himself with spending his in
come on high living, or in th? gratification of
any purely selfish taste, but in the exercise of
the talents with which natnre had endowed him.
Hie purchase of the Xorth American Iirtie'r when
it was made for and read by a mere handful of
New England scholar*, was regarded by many
of his friends as a foolhardy investment; bnt
hie editorial instinct had pointed to a plan
for popularizing the old and dignified period
ica] and giving it a constituency unbounded by
e?ctional. partisan, or scholastic lines. He
made it everybody's review, snd for the most
part conducted it with strict fidelity to the
principles which he had laid down for its gov
ernment. in spite of manifold temptations to
etep aside. It cost him time ami money, nnd
brought down npon his head, now and then, a
storm of criticism: hut he accomplished his
end. and his success was the sharpest possible
retort npon the carping* of those who had
tried to discourage him at the outset. Mr.
Rice was the inventor of the modern sympo
sium form of debate in print, and by its use
contrived to bring before the people the best
ideae of the most eminent thinkers on the
serious topics of the day. His positive achieve
ments as an editor, therefore, not less than the
example he get of enterprise and practical
labor to other young men with more money
than enough to supply their wants, are worthy
The license court which has jurisdiction in
Philadelphia has just finished its labors for this
yev. It has followed the example of the Pitts
burg court in decreasing the number of licenses
granted, but either because it has not applied so
stringent a rule as the latter court, or because
the Philadelphia liquor sellers have behaved
better during the post year than those of Pitts
burg, the reduction in the number of licenses
is not so great. The number of retail dealers is
decreased by 140. and of wholesale dealers by
33. only 58 per cent of the latter class of appli
cants being successful. As in the case of the
action of the Pittsburg court, the decisions do 1
not appear to be flexible, or merely prelimi
nary in their nature, intended to be reversed
in favor of applicants when the proper induce
ments shall be presented, but seem, so far as
this court is concerned, to be final. The man
ner in which the license law is enforced ap
pears to satisfy public opinion in Philadelphia.
It will be profitable for the people of every
other city with a substantially similar system
to note carefully the course pursued by the
licensing bodies as they successively act and
the effect of their action, with the purpose of
learning what it will be wise and practicable to
attempt nnder this system at home. A high
license system, intelligently, honestly and
energetically applied, can. in our large cities,
accomplish the greatest practical results for
temperance and good order. Concerning the
restraining influence of the system upon liquor
eellers, the Philadelphia Press says:
The whole influence of this license court
ordeal is disciplinary and educational. Those
who allowed their saloons to become scenes of
riot and disorder, or who had a suspiciously
large number of back door visitors on Sunday,
or who on any account brought themselves
under grave suspicion which they failed to
clear away, were refused a license. All learned
that a good reputation has a money value, and
most of them will guard zealonsly "that reputa
tion during the coming year, knowing that it
will serve them better than the most eloquent
and expensive counsel when they again come
for judgment before the license court.
Butler eavs that Porter ran away at New Or
leans: a friend of Porter says that Butler ran
away at Ft. Fisher; and Gen. Wolselev of Eng
land says in substance that Jefferson Davis did
not manage the affairs of the southern confed
eracy as well as he (Wolseley) could have man
aged them. These serious charges, if accepted
as true, point to the future discovery that the
officers of the Union army and navy were all
cowards, and the southern leaders imbeciles,
and cause one to wonder how it was possible
for either of the combatants in the war of the
rebellion to ever win a victory.
The muttering* of discontent iu the London
Times directory over the performances of thnt j
paper in the Parnell case are now said to be |
taking concrete shape. There is talk of some
of the other proprietors of the paper making
an effort through the conrts to hold Mr. Wal
ter personally respuiisible in damages for the
mismanagement of the whole unhappy busi
ness. Mr. Walter will presently wish that he
had put into the editorial chair a young man
who knew enough to inquire into the history
of an important manuscript before accepting
it as genuine.
The coffin trust is making Canada uneasy.
It is. however, the one from whose gripe it is
actually easiest to escape. The example set ,
by the late David G. Croly, of New York, in his j
request that his friends bury him simply in a
bed of fragrant evergreen bonghs. has drawn
forth much commendation. A cofliii is ? neces
sity only to those who are governed by con
ventional prejudices. Others may use it from
preference, but no one is forced to do so. The
cost of funeral appurtenances generally is far
greater than it ought to be: and a trust formed '
to fleece persons who are rendered practically j
helpless by grief is as contemptible a form of j
robbery as any the mind of man has yet
Emperor William offers himself as arbitrator
iB the mining strike, and indicates that he will
batter and shoot the striking miners if they do
not accept peace and his services. As an ap
plicant for office the emperor has a very win
ning way. He means that there shall be no
violence in Germany except that which the em
Mr. Gladstone's recipe for becoming an oc
togenarian lias for its first ingredient "seven
hours of sound sleep In every twenty-four."
It is fortunate for the grand old man that fate
made him ? statesman and not the conductor
of a horse-car.
The Pittsburg lecturer who told his audience
last Sunday that "it is every man's duty to have
at least one wife to care for" is respectfully re
ferred to the divorce and criminal courts for
evidence of what happens to a man when he
ventures to exceed the minimum.
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taT The difference between a loose vague
boast and an affidavit giving exact figures is a
vide one, and of great significance to a person
iatoreated in the statement. Tax Stab svrrars
to its crcuiatxm. This is a point of great im
portance to advertisers.
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND DOL
larV worth of Furuitur*. Carpets, and Uphol
stered Goods to bs stsesd out sod sold by August 1
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POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE.
ESTABLISHED 23 YEARS.
WE'RE LOADED WITH KEMXAXTS.
Like the Hydra of ancient times, when yon cut off
one of it* head*, three grew In it* pi**. So the irm
nants with us; we ir?'t rid of one anil there are three
others for u*. Tlic better the stuffs, the more the
All arc seasonable go?jJs which you can make use of
We intend to make to-morrow the biggest Red
Ticket Day in our history, and the way we will make
the remnant* go will be another illnatration of what
low price* and big bargains will do.
1 Lot of 60c. Colored Balbrifgan Drawers. Bed
Ticket Price, 25c. a pair.
All of onr $1 and $1.25 Percale Shirts. Bed Ticket
Price, 75c. each.
1 Lot of Fast Black Half Hope, sell for 23c. Bed
Ticket Price, 17c. a pair.
1 lot of canopy shape Black Silk Sun Umbrellas,
were *2.50. Bed Ticket Day $1.98 each.
1 lot of Ladies' Pure Silk Mitts, all colors, sell for
35c. Red Ticket Day 25c. each.
1 lot of Pigskin Gloves, bpst quality, sell for $1.25
Red Ticket l?ay 75c. a pair. Sizes ?<?, l'4t, and 7 only.
MA .V DKKIU 'HJEFS.
1 line of Nnns' Worked Initial Handkerchiefs, all
linen, were 18c. Red Ticket Day 1214c. each.
1 lot all linen colore.! bordered Handkerchiefs, sold
for 1 -He. Red Ticket day 8c. each.
1 lot of Silk and Tinsel Gimps, sold well for 25 and
50c Red Ticket Price 15c. a yard.
1 lot of Remnants of Colored Silk Gimps, were 50c.
to $1 a remnant. Red Ticket Day 25c. a remnant.
1 piece of 42-ineh Black Chantilly Lace Flouncing,
a sample pattern, worth $1.50 a yard. Red Ticketed
$1.25 a yard.
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1 lot of Colored Chenille Dot Veilings. were 5c. a
yard. Red Ticketed 2c. a yard.
25c. Chenille Dot Veils, all color*. Red Ticketed 9c.
1 Lot of Jane Hading Veilings, were 50c. a yard.
Red Ticketed 29c. a yard.
LACES AX It EMBROIDERIES.
1 Lot of odds and ends'of Swiss Flouncing, sold for
60c. and 75c. a yard. Red Ticketed 25c. a yard.
1 Lot 15c., 18c. and 20c. Swiss Embroideries. Red
Ticketed 10c. a yard.
1 Lot of Hand-made Torchon Lace, sell for 8c. and
10c. Red Ticketed 5c. a yard.
1 l?t of Irish Point Lace, was 18c. and 20c. a yard.
Red Ticketed 10c. a yard.
LADIES' XECKWEAR DEPARTMEXT..
1 lot of Embroidered Mull Ties, worth 12)fc. and
15c Red Ticketed, 9c. each.
1 line of Embroidered Chemisettes, sold for 26c.
Red Ticketed, 10c. each.
Odds and Ends in Boys' Made-Up Bows, were 50c.
Red Ticketed, 25c. each.
1 lot Of 50c. Pooketbooks. Oxydized Front and Clasp.
Bed Ticketed. 27c.each.
1 lot ot Knit Purses, worth 15c. Red Ticketed, 7c.
1 of 25c. Leather Pocketbooks and 25c. Fancy
Leather Purses. Red Ticketed. 15c. each.
Real Amber Beads 1 size was 19c. a string. P.ed
Ticketed 12J4c. a string.
1 Size was 48c. a string. Red Ticketed 29c. a string
1 Odd lot of Fancy Pins, were 25c. to 50c. Bed
Ticketed 12He. each
1 Lot of Fancy Hair Ornaments, including Rhine
Stones mounted in silver, and Amber Pins, with Gar
net tops. Bed Ticketed 9c., sold for 25c.
German Silver Thimble*, in a neat velvet-lined box,
sell for 10c. Bed Ticketed 5c. each.
1 Lot of Carpet Tacks. Red Ticketed 2 packages for
1 lot of Jacquot's Best French Blacking. Red Tick
eted, 3 boxes for 5c.
1 lot of Porcelain Cream Pitchers, different shapes,
worth 15c. Bed Ticketed, 2 for 5c.
1 lot of English Horn Combs, worth 12Xc., 15c., and
18c. Bed Ticketed, 8c-. each.
1 lot of Porcolain Puff Boxes, worth 50c. Bed Tick
eted. 15c. each.
1 lot of fine Glass Bottles filled with good Perfum
ery, worth 35c. Bed Ticketed, 15c. each.
50 pairs of Children's Flat Black Lisle-thread Hose,
size# 5 to 7, sold for 35c. to 50c. Bed Ticketed, 21c.
1 lot of Ladies' Fancy Striped Cotton and Lisle
Thread Hose, were 35c. a pair. Bed Ticketed 29c. a
pair. 5 pair $1.25.
100 Laities' Bibbed Bodies in Ecru, were 25c. Bed
Ticketed 15c. each.
1 lot of Ladies' Jersey Fitting French Balbriggan
V eats, ?iae? 20 to 32, were 50c. Bed Ticketed 21c.
1 lot of Satin Fans (Satin on both sides), painted in
pretty designs, hardwood sticks, were 39c. Bed Tick
eted 23c. eac h.
1 lot of $1 Satin Fans, Colored or Black. Bed Tick
eted 73c. each.
1 lot of medium and dark colored Percale Wrappers,
sold for $1.50. Red Ticketed $1.19.
5 Children's White Suits, soiled, sold for $4. Bed
A smail lot of Boys' Shirt Waists, actual val ue 25c.
Bed Ticketed 18c., 3for60c.
18 1 rimmed Hats for Ladies and Misses, of best
materials, wild for $3.75 to $0. Bed Ticketed $2.85
25 doz. of Daisy Wreaths andlSnow-Balls, worth 35c.
Bill Ticketed 21c.
3 different patterns of Children's flue embroidered
Muslin Caps, a "Job," cheap at 38c. Bed Ticketed
50 pieces of wide G. G. Satiu Eilge Ribbon, different
colors, sold from 40c. to 00c. a yard. Bed Ticketed
21c. a yard.
VPI10LSTER >? AXD ART DEPARTMESTS.
15 Lace Bed Sets (2 shams and 1 spread); were
$ 1 48 Bed Ticketed $1 a set.
15 Pieces of Imitition China Silk, 31 inches wide,
beautiful colors and designs. Just the thing for cottage
and light drapmgs, worth35c. Bed Ticketed 26c. a
Stamped IHlow Shams, good cotton, were 25c. Red
Ticketed IS.-, a pair.
Staini-ed Linen splashers, fringed, good linen, were
15c. Red Ticketed 10c. each.
A large and beautiful assortment of Japanese Ware,
comprising Vases, Bowls, Creamers. Tea-pots, Tea
sels, Ac., Ac.; 10 per cent discount for to-niorrow
M fsl.ix UXDF.RWEAR DEPARTMEXT.
I lot of Infants' short Cambric Dresses, sizes 1 and
2 years, "slightly" soiled, were 75c. Bed Ticketed
1 lot. if Bauui's Summer Corsets, s>zes 18 to 25,were
5!*c. Bed Ticketed 50c. each.
1 lot of Summer "Balmoral Skirts, were G8c. Bed
Ticketed 45c. each.
LIS EX DEPA RTMEXT.
1 lot of our 35c. fine Huck Towels, knotted fringe.
Re?l Ticketed 25c. each.
2 Pieces of our 30r. Turkey Bed Table Damask. Red
Ticketed 23c a yard.
3 Pieces of our 12'Hc. Duuity. Red Ticketed 8c. per
4 Piece* of Fine French Pique, sells for 25c Bed
Ticketed 18c. a yanl.
2 Pieces of All-wool De Beige, 36 inches wide real
val ne 45c. Bed Ticketed 25c. a yard.
1 Piece ot our 50c. Gray and Black Plaid. Red
Ticketed 25c. a yard.
' ft*?* ot All-wool Black Albatross. Bed Tick
eted :t.)C. a yard.
400 Remnants of Dress Goods-Sateens. Silks, Sa
Una. Ginghams. Flannels, Blew hed Cottons. Ac., Ac -
at half price.
FAXCY GOODS DEPARTMEST.
* '*'* A"son,a Clocks, good timekeepers, worth
98c . Red Ticketed 69c. each.
A lotof$3 Manicure Sets, m plush caws, contain
ng nail brush, scis*,?, 2 powder boxes, nail pol
isher, We. glove buturner, Ac. Red Ticketed $1.75 a
1 lot of 60c. Dolls. Red Ticketed 29c. each.
1 lot of Silver plated Napkin Kings, worth 25c. Red
Ticketed 7c. each. *
BOOK DEPA RTMEXT.
"on of "Robert Elame?," publisher's price
91. Bed Ticketed 25c. each.
Folio* of Music, vocal or intAumental regular Price
25c. Red Ticketed 15c. each P
P0PULAB SHOPPING PLACE.
mrlO 7TH, SIS AJiD fi ttTBEKXa.
719 BIG RIBBON SALE. 719
JUST PURCHASED FROM A PROMINENT
IMPORTER, HIS ENTIRE STOCK OF FINE
FANCY FRENCH RIBBONS AT A RIDICC
OUSLY LOW PRICK. WE HAVE DIVIDED
THEM INTO FOUR LOTS-3& 50, 65
AND 75 CENTS, RESPECTIVELY. NOTH
ING IN THE LOT WORTH LESS
THAN ONE DOLLAR PER YARD,
AND MANY PATTERNS SOLD AS HIGH
AS SS AND *3 50 PER YARD EARLY IN
THE SEASON. THEY WILL NOT LAST
LONG. DON'T NEGLECT THIS OPPOR
TUNITY*. FINE GOODS AND LOW PRICES.
NO HUMBUG, BUT GENUINE BARGAINS.
E. G. DAVIS,
719 MARKET SPACE,
Cor. 8tii st.
31 any People Do Not Iv NOW
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WHAT WE CALL
CHEAP, GOODLOOKINU SHOES AND GOOD
SHOES. IT IS SIMPLY THIS A CHEAP SHOE IS
MADE OF AN INFERIOR QUALITY OF LEATHER;
IS ALWAYS MACHINE MADE. FOR HAND-WORK
IS NEVER WASTED ON POOR MATERIAL IT
MAY BE A OOOD CUT. AND POLISHED AND
DRESSED UP INTO A GOOD-LOOKING SHOE,
WHILE IT IS BRAND NEW. SUCH A SHOE COSTS
THE DEALER LITTLE. AND CAN BE BOUGHT
FOR VERY LITTLE. THE WEARER KNOWS HOW
LONG IT LASTS. A GOOD SHOE IS MADE OF
THE BEST MATERIAL, BY SKILLED LABOR,
HAND-SEWED, IS SOFT AND PI.IAHLE ON THE
FOOT. IT COSTS MORE TO MAKE THAN A
CHEAP SHOE. IT COSTS MORE TO BUY THAN A
CHEAP SHOE. BUT IT WEARS BETTER AND IS
WE DO NOT KEEP CHEAP SHOES, THOUGH
THE PROFIT ON THEM IS MUCH GREATER.
WE DO KEEP ONLY THE BEST WE PAY MORE
FOR THEM. AND MAKE MUCH LESS PROFIT,
FOR WE OFFER THEM TO YOU AT A MODERATE
MEN'S CALF. LACE AND OXFORD, .
$1 TO $7.
KANGAROO, LACE AND OXFORD,
$4.50. TO $7.
RUSSET, LACE AND OXFORD,
$3.50 TO $0.
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Robinson s Regal Outfittings
FOR AMERICAN SOVEREIGNS IN EMBRYO.
Wo venture to My?and we say It with knowledge of
facts?that it is absolutely useless for you to look else
where in Washington for what you will fail to find Id
our House?in the line of Boys' and Children's Cloth
ing? and possessing merit.?We carry everything in
our line?that's good?desirable?fashionable?and
right in price. No reason why you shouldn't expect
n? to.?Our entire building?an<>?our undivided atten
tion are devoted to the youngsters' wants.?No other
Interest claims our time.?None ever shall?so long as
our people appreciate?as tfuy do now?our efforts to
do one thing well ?Yet?murk ?? welt?we have moral
couraife strong enough to say to you?you'll have to
look elsewhere for common truth.?We'll none of it.?
Let those who will create a false demand for
shoddy "truck"?garments glued together.?We
must decline to descend to such a plane?The high re
pute that is the result of our life's devotion to the
Bo>s'and Children's wants?Shall be maintained?no
matter what the cost?We thm't sell Boys' Knee Pants
3 fur fJo.?but we sell "rafts" of them at from 75c. to
S3.50 each?Sizes 4 to 15?We guarantee our 75c.
grade to be as good as any you'll find in town for Sl
it -after looking?you think otherwise?your.money
awaits you here?and welcome?Our peerless stock of
Shirt Waists?in Percale and Wuol?is the wonder and
admiration of all who look through it?Prices on pa
per count for but little?Look at our goods?and note
our prices?you'll find both to your liking?Sailor
suits galore?Kilt suitsa<l libitum?Small boys' suits
In mixed colors?Two and three pieces?in variety be
yond compare?Suits for big boys?youths?and young
men?in almost endless array of splendid styles?
Everything worth having is surely here?Correct in
quality and style?right in price.
B. ROBINSON ft CO.,
THE BOYS' IDEAL CLOTHIERS,
609 PA AVE.
/CROQUET SETS, NICE AND CHEAP.
V^lUits in thv Meal, a pretty little |xx'ket puzzle.
Oklahoma Boomer*, a military puzzle.
Good Note Paj er at 15c. a pound.
C. C. PL'US ELL. Bookseller and Stationer,
my 10 418 Oth st. n.w.
G. A. R.
Every Grand Army man will look now after his suit
for Decoration Day. Should he find it rather worn, or
for any c:.us>- wishes to get a new one, it will certainly
pay him to look at those we show. They are made of
the best of flanuel. superior workmanship, with two
sets of buttons, at $1 2.
Only a few of that lot of White and Fancy Vests left.
Blue Serge Suits which we hell at that price are equal
to any sold at SI- to SI 5 elsewhere.
Just think of it. Men's All-wool Suits.
We sell a better suit than can he found elsewereat S10
to S15. We have them in about thirty tyles.
Our line of Prince Albert Suits is complete?S13 and
FOR BOYS 5 TO 14?A full line of suits from Sl-75
FOR BOYS 15 TO 18?An excellent assortment of
suits from S3.75 up.
It is ini|xi?sible in this advertisement to enumerate
everything. Our line of seerem ker. Drap d'Ete, Al
ps*'*, and Elannel Coats and Vests are the best goods
sold for the least money.
ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE,
ap!0-3m 311 7TH ST. N.W.
Johnson, Garner & Co.
HAVE YOU SEEN THE BEAUTIFUL BATISTE
wr are offering at Sc.. 1 yard wide, regular price 15c.
FINE QUALITY WOOL CHALI.IES reduced to
FULL STOCK CHECK NAINSOOKS, PLAID OR
GANDIES, INDIA LINENS. Ac., at low prices.
ONE CASE LAWNS. 6c.
PLAIN AND FANCY MATTING#.
JOHNSON. GARNER ft CO.,
my 15-3t* ti:Ui Pennsylvania ave. n.w.
S E A 8 O N A B L E !
ALL-WOOL UNDERWEAR, IN LIOHT WEIGHT,
IS THE MOST COMFORTABLE, AND FROM A
SANITARY POINT THE BEST ADAPTED FOR THE
OUR PRICES ARE $1.50 AND $2.25 FOR NATU
MEN'S BAI.BR1GGAN WEAR 35c.; 3 FOB $L
MEN'S GAUZE WEAR 35c.; 3 FOR $1.
NATTY SHAPES IN 8THAW HATS.
OUR ASSORTMENT IN FLANNEL AND CHEVIOT
SHIRTS COMPARES FAVORABLY WITH THE
LEADING NEW YORK HOUSES IN STYLES AND
AUERBACH ft BRO.,
823 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
OUTFITTERS. (nurl5-2B] HATTEB8,
Take A Peip.
In one of our big- window* on the Seventh
street side we've tried to arrange an index to
our stock of thin good*?but lt'a a bur volume
with a bur index and the window can't bold tt alL
We're going' to make a claim now that we
mn nO*tanttat4?*M we can every attrrnon we
dffrr. The stock of Ught VnMrfrri that we arc
carrying f/iii tratrjn outnumbers in variety, qual
ity, quantity and price anything in this part
Of the country, a little mora than that,
even.? 71 will tax any Amur in America
to its Intt garment to keep pace with Chit
stock. We appreciate the fact that that
takes a big quantity?but weYt morally certain
srCrr gu' u. Yon take a look and see what yon
think about it.
Commence with the Serres. The "True
Blurs" first, then a half-dozeu other qualities
?Saks and Company backing every garment.
Follow that up with Flannels; then drop to the
Genuine India Seersuckers, Perfect Imitation
Seersuckers, Qeuuino English-made Cricketing
Suits, Lawn Tennis Suits, White Flannel Suits,
Striped Flannel Suits.
For Costs and Vesta?Madras, White Duck,
Pongee Silk, Ottoman Silk, Rhademas. Gros
Grain Silks, Mohairs, Alpacas, Sicilians,
Serges. Blazers, Brazilians, Linens, Egyptians,
Seersuckers. You can get the coat alone if you
don't want both the ooat and veat.
And the White and Fancy Vests?Ouly a
sprinkling of those in the window?Duck,
Pique, Marseilles, Canvas, Silk, Worsted, etc.
Thousands in stock.
Traveling Coats that are not in the window?
but art in itnck ill a full, big variety.
Now the matter of price?that interests yon
it does everybody. Well, in a general way they
are "Saks and Company'a prices"?that's a
synonym for the bent for the teas' money. You
can suit your purse from a 50c. coat to wear at
your desk, up as high as you want to go.
Look in the widow?get the cue?come up on
the Third floor (elevator) and aee the whole
SAKS AND COMPANY,
COOL clothing FOR HOT DAYS,
SEVENTH STREET AND MARKET SPACE
HOUSEKEEPERS ARE INVITED TO EXAMINE
THE CELEBRATED REFRIGERATORS FOR
WHICH WE ARK SOLE AGENTS FOR THE DIS
WE HAVE SOLD ABOVE FOR 13 YEARS. AND
EVERY PURCHASER PLEASED WITH THEM.
FOR 0LI'I!S AND RESTAURANTS. THE ABOVE
ARE ALL FIRST-CLASS REFRIGERATORS, AND
DO THEIR WORK WELL AND ECONOMICALLY.
WHITE MOUNTAIN ICE CREAM FREEZERS.
M. W. BEVERIDGE.
mylG-Ot No. 1009 Pa. avenue.
Two great drives in Wash Dress Goods.
36-in. Batiste Lawns. Beautiful styles
and good quality. Never sold less thau
1 '-'V Our price, 9c. a yard. Do not mias
We will offer in White Goods about 3,000
yards Plaid aud Striped Lawns, Persian
Lawns, Piques, 4c., at 12X. These are not
the ordinary goods sold at price, but fully
worth, in a regular way, 15c. to 20c. yard.
Bargains in Beaded Wraps and Embroid
Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Vests. Price was "5c.
Child's positive fast Black Derby Ribbed
CARHART & LEIDT,
m&lO 928 Tth and 700 K tt. n.w.
We shall be simplicity itself.
Mantle of "Old Hickory" descend upon us!
"By the Eternal I" we are Victor, aud
"TO THE VICTOR BELONGS THE SPOILS."
Potterian invective to the contrary notwithstanding.
Iu proof that our method of gathering in the
"Spoils" is legitimate
We submit the following facts,
With figures attached:
Size* 4 to 14 years.
tl.$1.75.J|2.75.?3. $3.25. *3.50, *3.75, 84.12,
$4.2o, $4.37. #4.50, $4.?2. ?4.75, $5, $5.50. If yoll
have searched in vain for something neat, natty, and
nobby for your "little men" turn your steps hither
ward. Come right here. We can suit you in style,
quality, and price.
Sizes 13 to IS j ears.
Coats, Vests, aud Loug Pants.
^5^-jo, $0, (5.50, $7, #7.25, $7.75, $8.25, $8.50,
MEN'S SUITS-SACK COATS,
$7.50, $8.75. $9.50, $9.75, $10.75, $11.50, $12.25,
MEN'S SUITS-CUTAWAY COATS,
$8.75, $0.75, $10.75, $11.50. $12.25, $13.50,
$13.75, $ 14.75, $15.50, $10.75, $1 ,.75. $18.75.
MEN'S SUITS-PRINCE ALBERT ('OATS.
112.26, $15.75, $17.40, $^0.50, $22.75, $25.25,
? iiO 50
CORDUROY PANTS FOR CHILDREN,
Brown, Bull, and Drab,
At 78c. a Pair.
LONG PANTS-FOIl BOYS,
Sizes 13 to 18,
At 99c. a Pair.
$2, #2.25v$2.50, $2.78, $2 87, $3, *3.12, $3.25,
$3.50, $3 lb, $3.87. $4, $4.25, $4.50, $4.75, $5.
V ICTOR E. ADLER ? S
10 PER CENT clothing HOUSE j0
927 and 929 7th st. n.w.. corner Massachusetts art*.
Strictly Oue Pries.
Open Saturdaysuntil 11 p. m. my 13
Hats For Hot w eather.
We have a full supply of MACKINAW and english
SPLIT STRAW HATS for Gentleman and YouthsJ
DERBY HATS in Light Weight and Colors.
Pearl Dress CASS1MERE HATS.
Bilk. Gloria and "La Tosca" UMBRELLAS. Large
stock to select from.
TENNIS SUPPLIES, SASHES, BELTS, CAPS, *c?
all at the Lowest Prices.
Agents for Youmant and Knox, New York, and
Henry Heath, London.
B. H. HTINEMETZ k SONS,
mylO 1237 Penna. ave.
Frank 31* Lewis,
DEALER IN FINE stationery.
A LARGE AND HANDSOME STOCK OF
sterling SILVER AND SILVER-PLATED
BRUSHES AND C0MB8 AT greatly RE
1216 PENNA. ATE.
Mrs. 31. ?J? Hunt,
1309 T STREET NORTHWE8T,
Has lust returned from New York and will be pre
Thursday, May a.
To display a full line of the Latest Importation of
For Dress and Bea-sids wear. Alao, Garden Hats in
unique design. myfl
Ttomoat beautiful 1
WOODWARD * LOTRROP.
FOB TO-MORROW. FRIDAY. MAY
There are certain timet during the year whs*
oar Remnant Attraction* become extraordi
nary. and to-morrow will be one of those
time*. The end of the spring stock la la sight
and must be moved thia month. TIM summer
fabrics have bean cat eo extendi vely that "eod
pieces" are unusually numrow We mart
keep the regular stock clear of such accumula
tions, and the larger the remnant pile the lower
we make the prices. Prices will be low to-mor
SUNDRIES Six Bottles of Beef, Wit* and
Iron, reduced to 60c.
QninlDe for the Hair at half price.
17 Bottle#, reduced to 18c.
11 Bottle*, reduced to 25c.
7 Bottles, reduced to 50c.
COLOGNE, *c. H Bottles, reduced to 25c,
13 Wk ker-bottles Cologne, reduced to 75c. 11
Wicksr-bottles ('ologne. reduced to 50c. 8 bot
tle* of Lavender Waters, reduced to 25c. 13
bottles of Ulj'ctriuu de Toilette, reduced to
STATIONERY DEPT. 12 Odd Boxes of
Iriah Linen Paper and Envelopes. Reduced to
(! Boxes of Marcus Ward's Fancy Paper aad
Envelope*. Reduced to 25c. Half-price.
2 Boxes of Azure Paper and Envelopes. Re
duced to 25c.
10 Celluloid Callendara. Reduced to $ I.
25 Leatherette Letter Boxm, with lock and
key. Reduced to 50c. Exactly half-price.
GRAND CLOSING-OUT REMNANT SALE
OF LADIES' WASH SCITSLEFT FROM LAST
SEASON AT RIDICULOUSLY LOW PRICES.
Legs than cost of materials.
1 Ladies' Black and White Figured Sateen
Suit, size 34. Reduced to $1.50.
2 Ladies' White India Linon Suits, size 44,
for stout Ladies. Reduced to $2.50.
2 Ladle*' White India Linon Suits, size 42.
Reduced to $3.
7 Ladies' Fancy Batiste Suits, sizes 36, 38. 40
and 42. Reduced to $3.50.
4 I.adics' Sateen Suits, size 40. Reduced to
- Ladies' White India Linon Suits, sizes 38
and 40. Elaborately made and trimmed. Re
duced to $5.
3 Ladies' Handsome White India linon Suits,
sizes 32, 36 and 40. Reduced to $8.50.
4 Ladies' White All-Over Embroidered Linen
Suits, fine and stylish, sizes 32, 36 and f 0 Re
duced to $ 10.
1 Ladies' White Lace Suit, size 34. Reducsd
1 Ladies' Elegant Hemstitched White Moll
- Suit, size 34. Reduced to $10.
Also one or two others, equally bargains. Seo
DRESSING BACQUE. 3 Ladies' All wool
Flannel Dressing Sacques, sires 32, 38 and 40.
Less than half price. Reduced to $1.30.
EXTRAORDINARY MARK-DOWN IN CHIL
DREN'S AND MISSES' WHITE AND FANCY
WASH SUITS. I.EET FROM LAST SEASON.
For all practical purposes they are Just as desir
able as the new styles, yet the prices are half
and less than half. If they were not a little
mussed from handling we could get full priori
2 Misses' White India Linon Suits, sizes 12
aud 14 years. Reduced to $2.50. Half price.
3 Misses' White India Linon Suits, sizes lit
and 14 years. Reduced to $2.50.
1 Misses' White India Linon Suits, size 12
years. Reduced to $5.
2 Misses' White India Linon Suits, sizes 14
and 16 years. Reduced to $6.25.
4 Children's White Pique Suits, sizes 2, 4 and
6 yearn. Reduced to $2
1 Child's White India Liuon Salt, size 4 years.
Very fiue. Reduced to $4.
1 Child's White India Linon Suit. handsomely
trimmed, size 4 years. Reduced to $5.
1 Child's Cream Lace Suit, size 4 years. Re
duced to $2.50.
1 Child's Whito All-Over Embroidered Suit,
size 8 years. Reduced to $8.25.
1 Misses' White Lace Suit, trimmed with
cream satin ribbon, size 12 years. Reduced to
1 Misses' White India Liuon Suit, elaborately
trimmed with embroidery, size 16 years. Re
duced to $6.25.
WE ARE CLOSING OUT OUR STOCK OF
LADIES' WHITE LAWN DRESSING
SACQUES AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
As we have not the entire line of sizes we pro
pose to close out the stock by dropping the
price, preparatory to laying in a new supply.
39 Indies' White Lawn Dressing Sacques,
sizes 32, 34, 36, 42 and 44. Two different
styles. Reduced to 75c.
21 Ladles' White Lawn Dressing Sacques, in
two styles, sizes 32, 34. 44 and 46. Reduced to
15 Lawn Sacques. Reduced to $ 1.88.
20 Lawn Sacques. Reduced to $2.
16 Persian Lawn Sacques. Rednced to f J.50.
Finest bargains we have ever offered in la
dies' Dressing Sacques.
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN "ODD" PARA
SOLS AS AN ATTRACTION EXTRAORDI
NARY. No two alike, and two or three styles
and colors to each lot. This is the best chanco
of the season to buy a Parasol.
1 lot of Moire and Plaid Satin Parasols. Re
duced to 91.
1 Ecru Pongee Silk Parasol. Reduced to $1.
2 Fancy Satin Striped Parasols, 1 Navy, 1
Cardinal. Reduced to $1.25.
5 Ecru Lace-trimmed Pongee Parasols, plain
and fancy linings. Reduced to $1.50.
2 Fancy Plaid Satin Parasols. Reduced to
2 Surah Silk Parasols, 1 Ecru-snd-Navy and 1
Ecru-and-Brown. Reduced to $2.
2 Black Satin Parasols. Reduced to $ 1.50.
1 Mourning Parasol. Reduced to $1.50.
1 Black Twilled Silk Parasol. Reduced to $2.
1 Mourning Parasol, trimmed witn ujs)
fringe, carved handle. Reduced to $2.
1 Silver-Grey Silk Parasol. Reduced to
1 Misses' Parasol of Pink-Striped Silk. Re
duced to 60c.
(First floor; center table.)
CORsETS. 1 pair French C. P. Corsets,
slightly soiled; size 24. Rednced to 50c.
3 Fine German Woven Corsets, scallojied top
and bottom; sizes 26, 27, and 28. Reduced to
MEN' GOODS. 48 Pairs Men's White Jean
Drawers, slightly soiled from displsy, sizes 30,
38 and 40.
Reduced or Remnant Price 39c., 3 for $1
90 Pairs Men's Feather-weight Nainsook
Drawers, sizes 34 and 30; coolest yet for sum
Reduced, or Remnant Price 30c.. 3 for $1
33 Men's Lonsdale Cambric Night-shirts
(feather-weight), thin, cool, durable and extra
length, sizes 14, 14 >4, 15 and 15)4.
Reduced, or Remnant Price 75
GLOVES. 7 Pairs Ladies' 5-Buttons Black,
all silk Gloves, size 5. Reduced to 25c.
llPair Ladies' 16-Button, Tan Suede Gloves,
Bizo OM. Reduced to $2.50.
3 Pairs Ladles' 4-Button, Black English Walk
ing Gloves, embroidered backs, size (j)s. Re
duced to $1.50.
UNDERWEAR. 8 Infant's Swiss Ribbed
Vests, high nock and short sleeves. Sizes from
1 to 2 years. Reduced to 10c.
2 Children's Gsuze Vests, one long and one
short sleeves, slightly damaged. Reduced to
1 Boy's Gossamer Vest, high neck and short
sleeves. Slightly damaged. Reduced to 18c.
0 Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Vests in Pink and Sky
Blue, slightly faded from window display, size
3. Reduced to 35c.. or 3 for $1.
HOISERY. 14 Pairs Ladies' Black Drop
stitch Lisle Thread Hose. Size 9)?. Reduced
11 Pair Ladies' Faucji-stripe Lisle Thread
Hose. Sizes 8 and 8)i. Half price. Reduced
? 10 Pairs Ladiea' Cotton Hose in Brown and
Garuet. Sizes 8 and 8*4. Reduced to 21c. or 5
7 Pairs Ladies' Drop-stitch Lisle Thread, in
Brown and Garnet. Reduced to 37Hc.
10 Pairs Infants' Brown Half Hose. Size 4)4.
Half Price. Reduced to 2 for 25c.
CHILDREN'S GAMPS AT REDUCED OR
REMNANT PRICES. 14 Children's Gamp
Waists. Sizes 2 and 4 years. Reduced to 37Hc.
9 Children's FlueOamp Waists. Sizes 2,4 and
6 years. Reduced to 75c.
14 Children's Extra Fine Gamp Waists. Sites
4, 6, 8 and 10 years. Reduced to $1.
JERSEYS. 1 Brown All-wool Jersey, size 32.
Reduced to $1.50.
1 Brown Extra-Ans Ali-wool Jersey, size 38.
Reduced to $3.50.
3 Black Imported AU-wool Jerseys, sizes 32
and 36, half price. Reduced to $3.50.
2 Cardinal Sinocked Jerseys, very stylish and
fine material, white silk stitching, size 36. Re
duced to $5.
1 Navy Blue Imported Jersey, plaited front
and back, rich, embellished with steel trim
mings. size 36. Reduced to $5.
BOYS' CLOTHING. 10 Boys' Wssh Gingham
Suits, sizes 2 and 2)4. Reduced to 75c.
Figured Cheviot Mothers*
Friend Shirt Waists, aisee 6, ? and 8. Reduced
6 Boys' Cheviot One-piece Kilt Suits. 2X.
3 and 4 years. Reduced to $2.50.
5 Boys' AU-wool Cutaway Suits, coat Mats
Ftwi Surprises Each Dat.
THE PALAIS ROYAL oolnmn nw<b w?Vhiiig.
Be prepared for aeoeational anDouncrnietita. With
thr wholesale ujm dannix to ckwr out Sonimrr stock,
ud with our buyeri after Uieru with iwui't W
offer*. ro? ??"? ?P?K "?ni?y martlutf owNKnlrnts.
The Ribbon buyer has Jost returned froai New York
with Ribbons in every desirable (hade, of the mos?
fashionable designs and materials. at prices that you'll
hear ot Hsvcnt jxm heard of the bargains in Black
Ribbons. and thowe In colon at To. a yard?
DonbUm, you've been told of the fine Lace Trimmed
Underwear at WHc ; such newt travel* rapidly.
The many aew owner* that com trooping to the
?tore e?ch day, only to be carriM off by you the next,
are fore in* down theprieaa of the most staple articles
lu every department of the
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What more staple article than our l"l?c. Handker
chief*? For twelve years it has beeu a daily strugrle
to improve the quality for the price To-day we offer
for 1 CMc. the finest and sheerest pure Linen Hand
kerchiefs that is possible to ofler at the price.
TO-MORROW'S PRICE. 10c.
Not a few dozens, but hmtdrult of .teon.
Not a few undesirable designs, but you may count
owr tmr hundred diJTerrnt detigns.
FOR LADIES, we pick out, as pretty, those with
one-inch hemstitched borders in link. Blue or lied.
Those with colored borders sprinkled with qusint
White Figures, as if thrown ou haphazard Very
pretty are those with border* of Onihcr Disc*. the size
of a quarter. To wesr with a White Dress are shown
those with borders of Violets, the form and color so
true to uatnre that one it surprised there's no per
fume. Another refreshingly cool-looking l>att< rn U?*
clusters of daisies which crowd the Greeu two-inch
There are over 100 design*. and likely we haven't
described the etyle you would select. Come and
choose to-morrow for 10c.
l'-'WC. MEN'S LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS 10c,
You'll think too xmnll: coarse lituit: uuly jn/!> vn.?.
You know what you ret at the men's furnishing
?tores for S.ic., or at the credit dry Hoods houses at
19c. THE SAME HERE TO-MORKOW FOR 1(V.
fWEvery Handkerchief warranted pure Linen, ftill
size, fast color,and in )*, S. 1 and ltt-lnch hemstitched
MEN'S UNDERWEAR BARGAINS.
It's no lomrer a question: Doe* the IMIait Iloyal nfer
50r. I'vntlcrutar/ur t9f The question now with com
petitors and patron* is: How can the Palat$ Hiyal < ftr
60c. L'ndtrurar fur tit
$1 UNDERWEAR FOB 47c.
Silk-tin ished Balhrigran Shirts and Drawer* that ore
cKeap at il for only 47c. each. We came by them hon
esdy and honorably Is all we need write.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
$1*68 Kid Gloves For GSc.
Don't throw the paper down. Such a reduction in
price makes you credulous and rurhtly demands an
explanation. Here it is: Silk Glove* are growing in
demand and the sale of Kid Gloves mu*t lie forced, be
cause iv xt /all toe <?j*n a neu tlick. The cloves now
advertised will not be tried on unless the regular price
is paid, and we may not have Just the rliade and style
you would prefer. That's the worst we can write of
our $1.0S Rid Gloves for 08c. Tl.es'- cloves have
sold well at $ 1.68 a pair, and, like all "Palais Royal"
Kid Gloves, have been tried ou and warranted, and,
though thousands of pairs have bo-en sold, less than
one dozen have been returned. Can we say more for
them? Only this, all sizes aud nearly all shades at
time of writing.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
Clipping Xhe Prices.
Every department is feeling this clipping process.
Sooner than trouble to re-mark the prices in the Shoe.
Cloak and Art Goods departments we ofler the follow
10 per ceut off the marked prices.
20 per cent off the marked prices.
10 per cent off the marked prices.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
A Manufacturer's Samples
COTTON AND CAMBRIC UNDERWEAP
lESS THAN COST OF MATERIALS.
"Thf reason for tuch prictt mutt be because of S'/mf
thing irrong," you may say. The only bad feature is
that we have but one of a style and some (but few) cai
ments show the handling of the "drummers." But,
like all samples, each garmeut has been finished with
extra care and all art tnadi uf the very fim st mu*'iiu
and cambrict and triminid with lite but embrutdcrirt
ONE THOUSAND DIFFERENT STYLES.
These samples, comprising over one thousand differ
ent styles of Undergarments, aud made to sell at nearly
one hundred different prices, were closed out to the
Palais Uoyal at a nominal price?a price that made the
sale almost a gift on the part of the manufacturer?a
gift made to his best customer.
NOMINAL PRICES QUOTED YOU.
The Palais Royal in turn offers these garments to
its patrons at nominal prices. We reserve the right to
sell but oue piece to a customer in order to protect our
legitimate patrons, who will not be restricted as to
THE PALAIS ROYAL
Lot No. 1.
YOUR CHOICE FOR 91.98.
Several hundred pieces of finest Cambric Under
garments elaborately trimmed with Plat Val, Medici
and Torchon Laces. Ladies who appreciate the merits
of the finest Underwear will recognize garments
worth from (3.98 to 47 and $8 a piece.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
Lot No. 2a
YOUR CHOICE FOB 81.08.
Many of the lace-trimmed garments in this lot might
well Im placed In Lot No. 1. In fact, ladies who ad
mire the very finest though not elaborate laces aud
embroideries will prefer these garments.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
Lot No. 3.
YOUR CHOICE FOR 98c.
You don't find garments trimmed with Medici and
Plat val. laces for 98c.; not every day. We might truly
write, not twice In a life time will you find such qual
ity of Cambrics and laces. But they are not 98c. gar
ments; they were made to sell from tl.7."> to AJ jO
apieoe. You know why we can offer theui to-morrow
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
Lot No. *4,
YOUR CHOICE FOR 89c.
Not one piece of Underwaar lu this lot worth leas
than <1.116, and the rood Judge may easily find gar
ment* worth 91.75 and 91.98, of course not many of
THE PALAIS ROYAL,
Lot No. 5#
YOUR CHOICE FOR 59c.
Mora than two hundred garments is this lot, very
few ot which but could be compared with the regular
stock of 98c. underwaar which we have packed away
until this sale is over.
THE PALAIS ROYAL
TOUR CHOICE POR 49c.
8,000 Oorart Covers, though not belonging to this
sale, will be found to be a great bargain. They wars
intended for a Philadelphia house, but misfortune
TD PALIII ROTAL
New line Hematite bed Emb.
At 16c.. "Or.. Vie. to ?jc. ri
45 inch *1. 3fc to $2.4? yd
*5 inch 75c . USc. to $? 55 yd
It will pay yon to t our new line of Eab to
cludlu* full Une of Irish point.
THE BOX MaBcHK.
at 89r. Flw S-ltK-h Satin aod M *ra Stripe. la White,
Crwam, Pink. Bine, lavender. Cardinal. Nary and
Brown, aaiur a* wr a,U ia?! aeaaon ? 1.55. At ON. *
W lncb Crown Edav Heavy Moir* All Kilk R.libua. in
WLite. Ciwio, Piuk and Bine, fully worth #1 .'Ji.
At $ 1.55 a 10-lticb G. G. Satiu and Mnirr HI rip.- All
SUk Kibtuu, la Whit?. On am. Pink. Blue and Card)
tial. entirely ucw, worth $1.48.
At #1.55 aparia' baryaln. a 11-in. ntnbeary a. ?.
or Moire Satin Edire. would he $1.98 if we bad all aid
BLACK RASH RIHUoXS.
Ati ..ic. 0-incli All-Silk Moin?t worth 8SV\
At 89c. 9- inch All-8ilk Moire or G. <1. Satin tdre,
At 9sc. 10-iucli All-Silk Moire or 0. (A Satin adrc.
worth ? 1.55.
At $1.5S 11 inch All Silk Moire, or G. U. Satin edce.
Black Moire Crown or Satin -ed^e Bibhona for l)nm
Trimming* in allwidtb* and 1 rin-i, at frwtu ?r to 48c.
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1 HERE Is NoTHING EyUAL
TO SERGES OR LIGHT WEIGHT CHE MOTS
FOR THIS SEASON AMD THIS climate.
COOL KHOCOH AXU AT THE SAME TIME
A protection AGAINST THE CHANGES
THAT COME bO SUDDENLY IN THIS LATI
SERGES COME IN 1'LAI X BLAC KS. BLUES,
AXU IN GRIV AXU BROWN MIXTURES.
OF COURSE. BLUE IS THE POPULAR
COLOR, AND ANY MAN IS GENTEELLY
DRESSED WHO HAS ON A NEAT FITTING
SUIT OF BLUE SEBGE. COMFORT, STYLE,
durability, AND PRICE ALL COMBINE
TO MAKE THEM THE
STANDARD GOODS FOR SUMMER WEAK.
THEY ARE MADE UP AT ALL possible
PRICES, BUT TO INSURE THE COLOR
THEY MUST BE OF IXDIGO DYE. AND
THAT CANNOT BE HAD BELOW A CER
TAIN PRICE AND SHOULD BE OF IM
FIFTEEN" DOLLARS BUY8 SUCH A SUIT?
IN EITHER SAOR OR CUTAWAY COAT,
AXD WE HAVE THEM FROM THAT UP TO
THE ELEGANT SILK. H ALF LINED AT $55.
THE STYLES OF cheviots ABE FAB
TOO numerous TO DESCRIBE ALMOST
ALL COLORS AND SHADES OF COLORS.
STRIPES, MIXTURES. CHECKS. PLAIDS
AND overplaids. PRICES ALL THE
WAY FROM $10 TO $55.
WE THIXK YOU KNOW THAT OUH *10,
$15.50, AXD $15 8UITS TAKE THE LEAD
OF ANYTHING IN WASHINGTON AT THESE
E. B. BARXCM k C0?
tnylS ?:<1 pennsylvania ATI.
A Bargain In India Silk&
WE HAVE JUST CLOSED FROM A LABGE IM
PORTER his WHOLE STOCK OF printed INDIA
SILKS, WHICH WE HAVE bought AT A low
PRICE, and WF. will sell the BEST QUALITY,
full 57 INCHES WIDE, AT 75c. per YABD. AT
THIS PBICE THEY abe cheapeb THAN ANT
article OF DRESS GOODS WE HAVE eveb
OFFERED. the WEARING qualities OF
THESE BEAUTIFUL ooods HAVE BEEN
FULLY TESTED. THEY DO SOT PULL
IN the SEAMS and are the COOLEST
and MOST SERVICEABLE ooods, AS well AS
THE MOST DRESSY fabric IN use. don'T FAIL
TO SEE THEM. BLACK AXD WHITE FIGURES IB
ALL FRENCH SATEENS, 55c.
FULL STOCK gentlemen'S NEGLIGE SHIRTS
MADE IN THE BEST MANNER AXD OF NON
SHRIXKABLE FLANNEL FAST COLORS FROM
$1.50 TO $4. COMPLETE LINE OF SIZES AND
STYLES AT VERY LOW PRICES
W. 1L shusteb k SOX&
mylS *18 PENH. ATE. H.W.
J a Ca IIuTCHI V80X.
000 pieceeof Sue Cambric and Mualin Edriofa.
Choice pattern*. all widtha.
The choir eat line of fine, dainty Edrin#a la tba city
100 piecea fine aide Cambric Ldftnfa (11 to. wide*
never retailed laaa than 50c.,
At 56c. a yard.
100 pieoea Hue Cambric Edffinca (& m wKtai, nn
lar 55c. irooda.
At 15c. 1 ywi
Wide La Toaca Neta reduced to
85c. a yard.
15 piecea of Black Cbantilly Flounce, worth $V )4
At $1.55 yard.
Fine Flouncinga aa hifb aa $13.60 yd.
mr!4 907 Pennsylvania Ai?to
Arc adviaed to bar* tba annual ? '~r ??
Repairing ot Farnaoaa and Stovaa dowe at ttoa
time, aa now wa cm and oar Moat Sklllfnl Ma
c ban lea and the work caa be done more cheaply
and mtialactorily than to the FalL
EAYWABD k HUTCHIK8OB,