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Reemoval Sale. Prices Cut Below Value.
B, H S ,,'.:. THE -BBB HIME + Will remove on OCT. 1, 1892, to larger and more commodious quarters, and until then will CUT PRICES IN EVERY DEPARTMIENT. We shall discontinue some lines in our new quarters, and add other ones to take their place, and we offer suoh goods at less than oost. We mention among them: LAMPS AND LAMPWARE, A FEW MORE DECORATED SETS Framed Piotures of all Rinds. WHICH WE WILL CLOSE OUT: 56-Piece Tea Set, in Blue or Brown........................... $3.75 Bird Cages Vaes and Bri-a-Bra, iece Dinner Set in Blue or Brown.....................12.50 9-Piece Chamber Set, decorated ............................... 3.00 FANCY CHINAWARE, ETC. Big Drive in Towels and Table Linens, A FEW MORE OF OUR SPLENDID Fancy Table Spreads, Lace Curtains, White Marseilles and Honey Comb Quilts. BAi BY C R RI BS LABIES' MUSEIN UNDERWEAR, Ladies' Jersey Ribbed Underwear, Men's Underwear and Hosiery. Ladies' and At One-Half Actual Value. Children's Hosiery. REMEMBER THAT WE SHALL MOVE OCT. 1.1892 AND GOODS MUST BE SOLD. SOL. GENZBERGER & CO., NO. 5 NORTH MAIN STREET. INT OF AUTUMN LEAVES ign of Dahlia Purple and Pome granate Red and Oak Russet Begun. he Fall Toque and Also the Com-. plexities of the Latest Bow. ng Skirts Still Worn, Under the Dress maker's Compulsion-Walking Gowns and Evening Gowns. penal Correspondence of Tax TNDEPENDENT. 1 EW YORK. SEPT. 20.-IF ANY thing could redeem the feather boa, in spite of its popularity, it would be adaptability. Everybody has one, and the boa faithfully tries to be all things to I women. The boa of last winter-a fluff shaking feathers about a central core-is ill worn by thousands and teas of thoas ade of conservatives, but the newer de artures in boass do not shnake, their feath e are built on the quill principle, and are rled too tight and stiffly. The heart's desire of'the new boas is to itate, or at least to saggest, autumn a.es, and the success they reach is peon. ar. It's partly in the curl, which conveys hint of the rumpling and the crumpling f the dead foliage that goes down with lots flying: and it's partly in the colors, hieb carry now a maple mixture of brown nd crimson, with yellow touches, and now ear a russet livery with green and dusky rown oak trappings. The boa has always seemed to me partio. larly useless and not particularly orna ental. but a tall, bright-eyed, sun-browned oung woman in one of the picture galler. as this morning made me change my opin n measurably. She wore a tailor dress of rown mixed stuff with lines of darker rown and threads of crimson, and she was one up in yards upon yards of russet boa ii attilasn ux No cowr rith metallib green:gýlntings. Her bat was ibrown felt toque with a twist of dusky reen velvet and one orimson ring. There's io particular use n romancinog about her, Out she made one feel very reasonably sure she had thoroughly enjoyed her summer vacation. The autumn millinery chiefly strives after variety in the bow. Given a knot essen tially different from all other knots, and the hat it adorns is a success. There was set as a lure in a milliner's window this afternoon a lead-gray felt toque with a bow 'over which you felt instinctively the fingers that fashioned it had been thoroughly sat failed. It was an izidescent green velvet bow, with a base of loops that sp~ead out in as many directions as rose pe isle. These loops were brought together and made to feel the hand of authority under a hard twisted green velvet ing, through which they or some of them, nevertheless, aspired upward and came out in two erect, wing like, flaring ears, just above the front or the crown. I suppose the toque had other trim mings, but nothing to be remembered by one who had seen and wondered at the bow. Another toque which made its debut at an autumn tea one day this week was a 4 ( TWO CALLING OOWNR. peaked mite of bronze felt that found lodg mret in a tumbled mass of yellow hni'., with a handful of short curls in front and a loose, flying knot of curly behind, and be tween them this sharp little point of a hat with a roll of dahlia velvet to give it some semblance of a brim, said roll curling over in a half circle on either side in front and having a standing feather in bronzy green and shaped like a leaf springing up be tween them. The opening flame with the scarlet of the pomegranate and the crimson of the holly berry. The gRayish white of the featlhery clematis rests the eye and is almost the only soft tone exoapt a downy tan that reminds me always of a wild grape leaf's under side. Gloves are bright red and are not ashamed. itkirts stay lone under drpsswaker's eom pulsion. "I can't walk," said a small body this afternoon, as ah, signaled a street car for a four blocks' ride: "my dress is too burdensome." "Rint why do you have it so?" "Can't help it; I told Mme. -- and told her twice over my skirt wasn't to come within two inches of touching, but, youn see, she'd rather offend a customer and run her chance of loling her than risk her reputa tion by letting anything not 'cor eat' in style go out of her workroom. lBesides, 1 imagine she thinks this is shot t. It's cer tainly not long by compaslion with other people's." 'Ihe long skirts are ruched with silk. whatever their material. The ruches are narrow and pinked on both edges or solme times they are picked out in fringe and then piled up in asch thick soft plaits as to look like feather or marabout trimming. iaodioes are made with an infinite variety of jacket fronts, some ending just under the arms or even hiaghs: suomp ot off with square corners at the waist; some of tihe three-quarter length execrated a season or two ago. but now accepted as a "lovely ele canoy" especially in black or dark green or blue velvet, and some fomling princess coats and resohipa nearly to the ground. A very pretty collection of autumn mod els inspected yesterday included a calling gown of dark olive green cloth, with heavy rows of tailor's stitching at the foot and with a long "T'alliere" coat of thesame ma terial, tailor-stitched at the bottom, and made with a waist so short as scarcely to reach below the arms. To this apology for a "body" were stiltched the deep coat skirts in full box plaits and hanging evenly in front and behind. Large triangular revevs of olive green velvet turned back from the breast and the sleeves were full and gath ered in velvet cuffs at the elbows, close ecru cloth sleeves coming from beneath the nuffe and finishing in coat cuffs at the hands. This last century coat opened in front to make generons display of a long waistcoat of ecru cloth bordered with very narrow black feather bands and fastening in a straight seam in front running nown al most to the knees. A wide folded piece of g een velvet was the waist finish and the hat Suggested as an accompaniment was a straight-brimmed black velvet with huge velvet bows held by a pearlbuckle and with long black plumes. Almost equally novel was a walking gown of cream and dusky masoon striped cloth, out on the bias, the lines running over the firnre diagonally. The skirt was absolutely plain and the bod'oe was cut around just below the arms, finished with a black velvet cord and filled in with a yoke of e sam cloth coming no in a standing collar under the eare. On each shoulder was a wing-like piece of cream colored faille, laid in plaits and forming the semblance of a cape, widely open in front, but coming more nearly together behind. A wide sash of coeam silk fastened at the left of the waist with a gold buokle and fell to the ground in fringed ends. There was, if one chose to complete the outfit, a big cream-colored felt picture hat with a wreath of velvet leaves in autumn colorings. An evening gown is ii trousseau not yet finished illustrates the tendency to return to the empire styles while yet it does not interfere with the tendency to stick to long waists, the world and the minds of women beinig large enough for a considerable num ber of tendenoies to co-exist for a consider able time before clashing. The dres re ferred to is of a delicate rose tinted silk, with a short, folded Josephine bodice, showing a bent of lace between its curves over the bosom and confined by a wide pink snah knotted in two puffy bows under the left arm hand hanging in two lobu ribbon ends. The short, round balloon sleeves a o of dark green velvet, reaching less th:n half way to the elbow and with frills of point dobchesso lace spreading upon the shoulders above them. ihll skirt is saent and trained: it Is untrimmed except for a nor ow shell ruching. '1 hoautunri coat is becoming a thing of consequence. It takes many shapes, most liii. AUTIrMN rOA'T. of them meaculine. The one illustrated is the latest and is to ie considered respect, fully as a serious attempt on the part of Dame Fashion, from whom it is prudent that involuntary grimaces should be con cealed. It is made of a silver and black striped cloth, with loose, double-breasted fronts, fastened with large, diamond shaped pearl buttons. It has a shawl collar of gray, whose identity you would not recognize from the back, and it has gener one leg o' mutton sleeves. The general character of the back, with its bias lines and straight seam down the middle, speaks for itself too eloquently to need descrlp tion. The Eton jacket still rides on the top wave of favor and its most recent examples show dark silk-faced lapels opening over a plaid vest and a stiff cambric shirt with gold buttons and four-in-hand tie. The long eloaks are as voluminous as ever, a recent example being of marine blue camel's hair, with a deep border of Persian lamb. It was made after the manner of a close fitting gown. with a gathered length of the goods tacked to a pointed yoke in t ont and at the back and falling loose to the ground. There were balloon sleeves with pointed fur caps, and shere were velvet vandykes stimo lating a basque at the waist. With this cloak belonged a dark blue velvet hat, with a white aigrette and blue plumes. ELLEN OsnoBN. 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Iteon be relied auoa In every instanaento give immediate relief from kidney and urliary troubles Thou sands of women, are suffering every day from some disorder of the kidneys or liver, who might be permanently cured by using Oregon Kidney Tea. Recently the folowln Notice appeared n the San Fncisc Crne. Sudge S-- ha bell sick irly :thout two wees, tuld it ws not until the 1 lut thre or At t he begin htlg of hts illness le suite rte front diabetes atd stomach disorder. L.ter the kidneys refused to perform their functio s and he passed quietly away. Thlu; clncd the life of onr of the IMst plroliiuret lees in Call f(oroI." Like tot.l1'd1. of olhers his lln tiilety death was the result ofucolcctiug early synptltous of kidney disease. I= ~or 0 .0 are trouiled with diletles, gral,v , or sny cde ralclecluel of the kidiineys ori lntnary oretans, don t delay proper trrclltmet unitil you are forced to give up your daily duties i d.n't waste your mon0ev onil worthless lionlmnts nld worse pltisters, but strike at the sent of the disease at once by usirg thie gtreatest of all known remedies, the celebrated Oregon Kid Why should it not rcure you Try It. Purely vegetable nd pleasant to tale. $1.00 a pIeL atge, 6 for $5.00. S~ JAPANESE mPELLETS Let like meagl on t stoinelih, Liver and ilo.i . s:t dispels. D'sep+sa. Bilion inss, Fevsere. ('Col, lervota Dilsorders, Weelllieauses. Iloss of Appe te. reestre the ('ompleaiun; perteot d/Seatiiu hllows their ne., t'+elwv earn for lick Ileadl ache and , , sliatioa. timil. mild es.j to 1ewa L 'lr vefllor fIils IS ocnts. hold bh --. 1. Irhoo tc. dreuats. lileas. _Hens CARL GAIL, President. E. BUMILLER, Vice-President and Treasurer. H. UNZICKER, General Manager and Secretary. M. 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