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THE EVENING STAR.
WASHINGTON:
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km U( telly etrealatlea aiare ikaa trrkle
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Kgrtker.
Statement of the circulation of The Evesino
Stab for the week ending November 17. 1888:
Mo>'D*r, November 12, 1888 26,839
TcnoiT. November 13,1888 2B,994
Wnnmnir November 14. 1888.... 20,70?
Thitmdat. November 15, 1888 20,741
>'hdat. November 16,1888 20,513
g?ry?inT. November 17, 1888 30,8 < 4
Total 164,601
Aviuoi Dailt 27,443
Co*n*a?oNi>iao Week. 1887 25,587
I solemnly wear that the above is a true and
correct statement of the circulation of The
Evdtino Stab for the week ending November
17, 1888. F. B. Notes,
Treasurer Evening Star Newspaper Co.
8worn to and subscribed before me this
Nineteenth day of November. A. D. 1888.
John T. C. Clabx,
Notary Public.
The democrats have made a great mistake in
their treatment of the northwestern territories
which are in condition to become states. Their
entrance into the anion has been persistently
blocked. Dakota is a specimen case. The ter
ritory baa the population and resources to make
two states, and its people, including the local
democrats until recently when the national
leaders of that party interfered, have favored
division. Opposing division on partisan
grounds the democratic House has postponed
admission in any shape. .Long before the re
cent election Dakota lost all hope of admission
under a democratic administration. It raised
a substantial republican campaign fund for the
of the national committee. It sent speak
ers into various doubtful states, or states sup
posed to be doubtful. The northwestern
states which peopled it and for whose business
booses it furnishes thousands of customers
sympathized with it, when the claim was made
that the solid south, controlling the democracy,
would permit the admission of no new northern
state, no matter what its population and re
sources. The result is seen in the voting of
the northwest, in the territories whose faith in
the democratic party has been shaken and in
the neighboring states to which their appeals
have been mainly addressed. Dakota, of course,
remains republican. Idaho has doubled its re
publican majority. Montana is reported as
electing a republican in place of a democratic
delegate, with a republican gain of 8.000
votes. Washington changes a democratic,
plurality of over 2.000 to a republican plurality
of 5.000. Minnesota. Wisconsin, Michigan, and
Iowa. in spite of the desperate light made in
them by the democrats, tell a similar story.
The folly of thus inviting discomfiture in the
northwest is emphasized by the fact that no
other section of the republic furnishes a more
promising field for successful democratic labor
on the revenne-reform issue. These new com
munities. establishing their manufactures as
rapidly as there is demand for them, in the
face of a free-trade competition with the old
factories and cheaper labor of the eastern
states, are not much impressed by the sug
gestion of danger to themselves from the com
petition of other factories whose products must
crow the ocesn. as well as more than
half the continent, to reach them; nor
is the manufacturing element as yet the
strongest in these communities. On the
direct issue between a high protective tariff
and one for revenue only the decision of the
' northwest may at least be classed as doubtful.
The democracy have alienated instead of con
ciliating this promising field.
The New York Sun has started a story, that
will probably run the round of the press, tell
ing why the hands on all dmumy clocks used
for Jewelers' and watch makers' signs point to
twenty minutes past eight. Briefly it is that
the principal maker of these devices in New
York was working on one on the evening of
April 14, 1865. up to which time be bad painted
the hands in any position that might happen.
Bat we will let him tell the story in his own
words, as follows:
"I was working on a sign for Jeweller Adams,
who used to keepon Broadway, opposite Stewart's,
at the time. I was making a great clock to bang
outside. Adams came running in while I was at
work. He was a strong Lincoln man. He said:
~ ?Point those bands at tbe boar Lincoln was
?hot, that the deed may never be forgotten.'
"I painted the hands, therefore, at eighteen min
utes after eight. 1 he idea struck me lorcibly, and
when 1 came to look at the effect 1 found it was
the mnst convenient arrangement, since it dis
played both the hands well, and left the top half
of the clock free to paint in the name of the clock
seller if deaire<L So 1 threw all my stencils away
and made new ones for that hour. I have never
varied from the system since, and that's tbo rea
son all the clock signs point as they do."
Whether or not all sign clocks have their
hands at the hour and minute indicated we do
not know; but if they do the reason assigned
Is not the true one. Unfortunately for the
?lory Mr. Lincoln was shot at exactly half past
ten o 'ewek.
In this connection a fact in relation to the
death of Washington, not generally known,
may be stated. The day after his death the
cloek in the Masonic lodge in Alexandria, of
which he was a member, was set at the hour
and minute of his demise. Then the clock was
?topped, and it has never been permitted to
i nor have the bands been moved since.
Much complaint is said to have been uttered
by the passengers of the Etruria because the
Steamer was kept at her highest speed while
pasting through a seven days' storm of terrific
force, including what is believed to have been
a tidal wave. This seems an unreasonable
sort of grumbling. Nothing is gained, in either
comfort or safety, by slackening the speed of
a vessel ploughing through such seas. Indeed,
provided she is sea-tight and soundly built,
the faster she can go the better, if she is either
being the storm or cutting across it. The
policy which carried the steamer through its
tronble as quickly as possible furnishes no
i for fault finding.
Lord; Backville's personal effects, as cata
logued for auction purposes, embrace some
works on etiquette, but no mention is made of
a "complete letter-writer."
Keely has been locked up for refusing to dis
close his motor secret. It is rather rough on a
man to imprison him for failing to perform the
impossible, but the punishment serves the al
leged inventor right for pretending that he had
? secret to disclose.
Georgia's senatorial election comes off to
morrow. Unless Henry W. Grady, the orator
of the sew south, while swearing that he'll
ne'er consent, consents to run in opposition,
Senator Colquitt will doubtless be re-elected,
notwithstanding the sudden movement against
The reported change of one of the California
congressional districts from .the republican to
the democratic column through the alleged
discovsry of a mistake in the count will est
everybody to figuring again upon tbe status of
tbe next Hoose of Representatives.
Gists' Suits Soocexd
AMD FUSSED FOB
; Pants, the.: Vests. 2.V. A] twine
best manner. Goods called tor si
HAH*. 70S 9th si n. w?
and 218 N. Calvert sL. Baltlwoi
?
|Ok S1*Jl*J-WOOL BEA VEB OYISCO AT CAS
&? Bflfi taudlist*.
Interesting Correspondence
WE PRODUCE BELOW A COPT OF A LETTER
RECEIVED BT US FROM MESSRS. batchelder
* LINCOLN, BOSTON, MASH., TOGETHER WITH
OCR REPLY. WE DEEM IT BUT JUSTICE TO
OURSELVES THAT THIS correspondence
SHOULD BE MADE PUBLIC;
BATCHELDER ft LINCOLN, BOSTON.
Bestow, Mam., November 8, 1888.
Mettrt. Sakt <t Ob..
lours of November 6,with order, received.
Will uy we luve hml some trade (rem your
house. for which we are very much obliged. But
we cannot continue it. You may not be aware
that our* ia a very conservative trade.
We have, in order to tmlld it up, refused inch
large houses aa yours, who advertise to sell
lower and mark poods plainly in the window at
lent than a living profit or (what other atorea
claim is.)
Do not think this a criticism on your ways,
but take it as a reason why we cannot continue.
We blame Mr. Tattle, as he knew the business
could not be continued, and ought not to have
opened it
If you have any of our goods that will "stick"
from not continuing please write us a list and
we will advise farther with you concerning
them. Very truly yours,
batchelder k LINCOLN.
OmCE OF SAKS AND COMPANY,
Washihqtox, D. C., Nov. 13,1888.
MESSRS. BATCHMLDKR <k LISCOLX. Button,
Jfass..
Deak Sir*: In reply to your letter of the 8th
Instant, we beg leave to ssy that while we regret
the severance of our business relations, we are
glad to know that it is caused solely by the fact
that we "advertise to sell lower and mark goods
plainly in the window at less than a living pro
fit, or what other dealers claim la."
We are also pleased that you do not wish us to
take the above "aa a criticism on our way of
doing trade." Our customers rather like our
way of selling goods, and we consider the price
we ask for your goods all they are worth, as we
are selling other shoes ar good as yours for the
same price, and we could not consistently
charge more for yours.
The profit we add is amply sufficient to satisfy
us and to enable ua to pay you and others one
hundred cents on the dollar, as we have always
done, and will continue to do.
If onr competitors do not like these prices we
are glad of it. We reserve the right to sell
shoes that we have purchased for any profit we
may Seem best Yon rut the wholesale price on
your goods without consulting your competitors
and we propoae to do the same thing.
If we have any goods of yours that "stick."
we will do with them aa with other "stickers,"
mark them down so far below copt that they will
be good purchases for the public to make, and
we are able to stand the loss.
Very truly yours,
SAKS AND company.
THE LETTERS ARE SELF-EXPLANATORY, AND
WE SUBMIT THEM WITHOUT COMMENT.
SAKS AND COMPANT.
OUTFITTERS WHOSE AIM IS TO PLEASE THE
PUBLIC.
SEVENTH STREET AND MARKET SPACE,
nlfl
MEN'S NATURAL WOO* 8HIRT8 AND DRAW
ers, 49c eju-h Men's rffcuine Lambs' W ool Shirts
Powers. 81.23 esch. BU M'S,
. nl '"** <45 and 74? 8th st. s.e.
<21 K WILL BUY A FINE ALL-WOOL PRINCE
Albert suit at the
LONDON AND liverpool clothing CO.,
nn-Jm TthaudOsta.
The Old Veterans*
U. S. GOVERNMENT SHOE.
Not the old-fashioned, homely Gov
ernment Brogan, but a tightly Shoe,
fit for any one to wear, has Just been
placed on sale^ us, after the urgent
request of numerous customers of
our*.
It is identically the tame Shoe that
we are furnishing tinder contract to
the
U. 8. soldiers* HOME.
Hiving been selected by Govern
ment Expert* at the maximum of
DURABILITY. COMFORT and
ECONOMY, this Shoe need* DO
further recommendation.
?1.50 A PAIR
is the price, and no 95 Shoe will (in*
better wear.
WM. hahn k CO'S.,
RELIABLE SHOE HOUSE8,
Main Store, 816 7th st
West End Branch, 1832 Pa. at*.
Capitol Hill Branch, 231 Pa. ave. i.e.
Se?6-w,f,m,3m
"YV7: SELL children 8UIT8 AT 83.50, $3
worth 50 per cent more.
LONDON and LIVERPOOL CLOTHING 00?
ntt-.tm 7th and O Eta.
Specialties For The Boys.
JERSEY SUITS, heavy weight, plain and braided, a
Garment perfect fitting to any form.
WOOLEN WAISTS. Perfect It guaranteed, sixes
from 4 to 13 yeara; prices 75c? 00e., #1, #1.15, $1.25,
81.50,81.65,81.75, and 83, nothing like them in the
city for the money.
TWO-PIECE SHORT PANTS SUITS, sizes 4 to 14
yean, warranted all wool, prices 83.75, 84.50,85;
a rare bargain. We have the tamt sixes in other styles
aa law aa 83.50 sad as high as 919.
SPECIAL BARGAIN 8 in Men's Suits, Overcoats and
Trousua. Our Trousers for 92 are k?h value at that
price; oar 910 8nits are unexcelled both ae to price,
qanUty, style and fit
OVERCOATS. Ho equal in this city in these Oar
menta, style, fit and guaranteed ts par
(set aa the prsaant generation is capable of producing
tham. For best Clothing for men and boys at lowest
pricee, always visit
THB GOLDEN IAGLI CLOTHING COMPANY,
400 7TH BT. I. W, CO*. D. BT.
oclO-eo3m
W k?tl58lT?*** OT*??OAT8 FROM
ncam1*0 LIVERPOOL CLOTHING OO^
J. * w
Skilled Labor Always Demands
HIGH PRICES, AND IN NO PLACE DOES
FINE, ARTISTIC WORK ?'TELL" MORE
THAN IN CUTTING GENTLEMEN'S CLOTH
ING.
WE HAVE THE HIGHEST-l'RICED CUT
TER IN washington, A MAN WHOM WE
DROUGHT HERE BECAUSE 0f HIS SKILL
AND REPUTATION.
THIS MEANS THAT WE ARE NOT ONLY
MAKING UP CLOTHING TO ORDER FOB
THE BEST TRADE, BUT THAT WE ARE
DOING THE WORK THAT BRINGS THE
BEST TRADE TO US.
OUR STOCK OF PIECE GOODS 18, WE
THINK, THE BEST, THE NEWE8T, AND
THE LARGEST IN THE CITY.
OUR BUSINESS IS systematized, OUR
EXPENSES ABE SMALL, AND oub CUS
TOM department BEING BUT ONE
bbanch OF OUB BUSINESS, WE ABE
CONTENT WITH MODERATE PROFITS.
WE CLAIM TO DO FINE WORK AT PRICES
MUCH LESS THAN ARE USUALLY
CHARGED FOR SUCH WORK.
THE NEWEST PATTERNS AND STYLES
ARE IN OUB STOCK. AND GOODS ABE
MADE UP ON SHORT NOTICE WHEN
NECESSABY.
E. B. BABNUM k CO.,
n!7 931 PENNSYLVANIA AVE.
Slack Sicilienne Ob Bengaline.
We have Just opened three number* of these desira
ble roods. They have all the beauty and rich appear
ance of fine Kilks, and have the advantage in durabil
ity, as they do not (rrow shiny.
Special Banrains in COLOEHD ukngalines, at
$1.50; worth *2.
Just opened a new lot of FRENCH DRESS GOODS,
broadcloths, and CORDED ARMURE&
ALL-WOOL HENRIETTAS, at 50c.; worth 75c.;
full line of choice shades.
Great Bargain in - ATIN r>k LYON, at $1 and 91.25.
EVENING SHADES IN CREPES, at 75c.
astrakhan CLOTHS at greatly reduced prices.
cloak1ngs at cost.
we have some line REAL INDIA SHAWLS that we
will sell at (treat reductions.
ALL-SILK VELVETS, at <3.50. Ponaon's make.
NfcW hosiery and UNDERWEAR.
W. M. SHUSTER a SONS,
nl7 919 Pa. Ave.
Trade Sale!
OF A WHOLESALE STOCK OF
ready-made clothing
BY
hammerslough BROS.
OF 478. 480 AND 48',' broadway.
NEW YORK.
TO facilitate AN EARLY REMOVAL WE HAVE
DECIDED TO OFFER AT OUB WAREROOMS
ON TCESDAY, november 20TH,
ALL OF OUR SPRING, FALL AND WINTER
8TOCK AT AN IMMENSE DISCOUNT FROM THE
original PRICES TERMS, quantities XND
PRICES ARE MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES ON
EACH SAMPE, FROM WHICH THERE WILL BE
NO DEVIATION.
_ positively NO GbODS AT RETAIL. nlt-'.'t
Mrs. F. E, Denis.
FASHIONABLE modiste.
Has ojiened her place of business at 1221) Mstreet n.w.
Formerly Mies Christman. nl7-2t*_
MEN'S HEAVY SCOTCH WOOL SHIRTS AND
Drawers, 39c. each. Men's Knit Jacket*, pure
wool, extra Urge, U9c. BLUM'S,
nl7-2t* _ _ 745 and 747 8th st. s.e._
CUT RATES ON CHEST AND LUNG PRO
tector*. See for yourselves.
KoLB Pharmacy, 7th and E.
Beat selection in city. nl7-:tt
Special Notice To Close (Jash
BUYERS OF COAL
We will deliver the best grades of COAL at the fol
lowing prices;
LVEIN'S VALLEY ?fl.25
RED ASH
FURNACE 5.20
EGO 5.25
chestnut 5.45
STOVE AND RANGE 5.45
shamokin EGG. *5.45; STOVE 5.85
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD.
We guarantee CLEAN COAL and 2240 pounds to
the ton.
KENNEDY BROS ,
No. 12 H St. N.k , Washington, D.C.
Telephone 9:i0-2 tiii'.'-it
R R. iard. Cor. Delaware ave. and K st. n.e. nl7-lw
Follies Of The Times.
WE DON'T KNOW, BUT YOU BET ON THE
ELECTION, and HAD TO PAY MONEY YOU
COULD ILL-AFFORD TO SPARE.
WASN'T IT A FOLLY TO TAKE SUCH
CHANCES?
*
IF you abe A LOSER BY the RECENT
election, are THERE not A HUNDRED
and one THINGS OCCUR TO you fob
WHICH you COULD HAVE JUDICIOUSLY
EXPENDED the MONEY you GAMBLED
away IN YOKING A WISH and AN
OPINION?
THEBE isn'T A LOSEB OB A WINNER
OF SUCH BETS who won'T readily
CONCEDE that the WHOLE PBOCEDUBE
wafmunmitigated FOLLY.
well, THEBE abe OTHEB FOLLIES
NOT ALWAYS SO PALPABLE PERHAPS.
IT'S FOLLY TO DEPRIVE YOUR FAMI
LIES OF STOVES, carpets, CHAMBEB
AND PARLOR 8UITES.OR housefurni8h
ino GOODS OF ANY KIND, BECAUSE.YOU
HAVEN'T ALL THE MONEY IN HAND TO
PAY CASH DOWN. WE SAY IT'S FOLLY,
BECAUSE OUB CBEDIT PLAN is ONE YOU
WOULD EMBBACE AT ONCE IF YOU
undebstood IT.
THEN ITS FOLLY NOT TO CALL AND
. EXAMINE OUR GOODS AND TERMS.
AGAIN. ITS A DISASTROUS FOLLY,
WHEN you DO KNOW OUB TERMS, NOT to
LIVE UP TO THEM. MORE disastrous
FOB YOU THAN FOB US.
BUT THEBE IS NO FOLLY CAN EQUAL
THAT OF DEPRIVING YOUR FAMILIES
AND BOBBING YOUB HOMES OF SIMPLE
COMFORTS, FOB THE SAKE OF INDULG
ING A MANIA FOB BITTING.
?
HC^jse * hebbmann's
CASH AND CREDIT hou8x,
Ml AND 923 SEVENTH STREET n.W*
AMD 836 MAMS. AVENUE.
I L<XJK' JL00K'! IjOOI'T! IjOOK!!!!
FOB THE NEXT TEN DAYS.
UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT.
Plain Chmiills, in Bin*. Olive, Terra Coti* acd Crim
I ton. 50-in. wide, redurea to #1 per yard
' 45 Pair Portiere*, #2, former pnce, #2.50.
15 Pair Portieres^*4.25; former raw. #.>
10 Pair All-OverEffect*. #? r>0. former pri ee, (12.
?JO Pair Chenille Portiere*. plain tope, in Ollvs, Oold
and Crtniaon. ##, former price, #11.
50 tt-4 iuta Table Cover*, #1,25; former price,
#1.75.
10 H-4 Chenille Corers. #4 50; former Prire. #5 50.
7 Coach Co vera. Silk Tapeatry, #7.50. former price,
##.50.
25 Screen*, 4 feet,5-feet high, #2.73; former price,
#3 50
1 S Bamboo Ea*le*. #2 and #- 50; former price, #3.
10 Milk Tapestry Table Co vera, #0 former price,
' 3 Mahogany Parlor Cabinet*. #50. former prloe, #65.
200 Yards TV tit Point Furniture Covering, 00c.; for
mer price, 75c.
I To l"air l*ce Cnrtaiua, #3.75; former price, #4.50,
#5 and #ti.
FURNITURE DEPARTMENT
1 Fine Tennessee Marble Top Suite, Walnut, reduced
to #:t00. former price #450.
1 Fine Walnut Marble-Top Sideboard, #05. former
price, #00.
Antique Oak Chamber 8uite, from # 1H up.
Crushed Plush Parlor Suite*, only #35.
Leather-Coverul Antique Oak Dining Chairs, #30 a
dozen.
Ant nine Oak Wood Sideboard*, fmm #10 up.
Antique Oak and Walnut Chiffonier*, #14 up.
Ladies' Desk in all Wood. Bottom prices.
. Handsome Bve piece* Rug Suit, #; 0.
Fine Parlor Suite*, upholstered m grades of cover
ings, at bottom price.
I CAJH'ET DEPARTMENT.
1,500 Yd? Best All-Wood, Ingrain Carpets, 55c. yd.
lOO Holla Tap. C.irpet at 40c. a yard: lust received.
Body Brussels Rugs, all Mies, from $7 up.
Smyrna Velvet Top Rugs, all sizes, at bottom prices.
1 have a full line of pood* in every department,
. which I will sell at the lowest bottom prices. All 1
ask is a call and see belore purchasing.
I WASH B WILLIAMS,
n!7-lw Corner 7th and D sts. n.w.
Mmh. T. B. Harrison,
1339 F STREET,
Opposite the Ebbitt.
WINTER OPENING
or
IMPORTED MILLINERY,
In the Latest Fashions,
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY,
No cards. November 21 and 22. nl7-0t
MoSES' EsTABI.ISHMr.NT,
Cor. 11th and F sts. n.w.,
Washington, D. C.
FTRST FXinKITTON' ROOM.
Fifty feet wide by one hundred feet long, filled to
overflowing with all kinds of IT'HOLSTEKYGOODS?
Fringes, Gimps, Cords and Trimmings, Ijices, Silks,
and other (roods for vestibules; Window and Vitrage
Curtains; l'able. Orgs" arid Piano Covers of every va
riety; Silk, Mohair, Worsted and Cotton Plushes.
The Cretonne stork is so enormous it is necessary to
exhibit it by samples. Down and Cotton Bedcomforts,
Blankets, Pillows, fcc.. in great variety.
SPECIAL DRIVE.
15 Pieces, about 000 yards. Plain Silks, in all the
new shades, worth S.V . reduced to 50c. per yard.
SECOND EXHIBITION FLOOR,
50x100 feet, where are displayed the choicest styles
of Parlor Furnitnre in the muslin. Just resdy to be
covered with the richest fabrics which will be found
closo at hand, and many of them on display.
On this floor is also located our Drapery Department,
where we are -hoering all grades and varieties of I-ace
Curtains and Heavy Curtains tor windows, with Ii.aay
new and artistic designs in full Draperies.
Valence and Curtain Fringes, B.'Mers and all sorts
of Trimmings. Draj*ry and Fine Upholstery Stuffs in
the piece.
On this floor is also shown everything in Grille and
Fretwork, in Spindle, Japanese and Moorish styles
Plans and sketches for same are also made and executed
.here. .
In the same line we show thw latest and most ap
? roved designs in Parquet Flooring aud Wood Carjiet,
,nd Wood Mosaic and all sorts of < rnainentaTflooring
SPECIAL D1UVE.
Over 100 pairs of Imported Chenille Curtains of
Some 12 or 15 different styles aud coloring*, which
were sold very close ?t iji I 0 per pal r, Just marked down
to #7, which is le?s than these Curtains can be lauded.
THIRD EXHIBITION ROOM,
50 Feet Wide by 100 Feet Long.
In this room we show a full line of Body Brussels,
Moquette, Wilton and Axiuinirter Carpets, in which
I will be found all the best makes, such as lligelow,
Lowell and Hartford, Body Brussels aud W ilton's.
' Smith's Moquettes and (tobelins, and Teiupleton's
Axininister's, which we show in all the newest color
ings and designs. Also a large line of Turkish and
Smyrna Rugs and Carpets, in all sizes andiqualuies.
A line of Sheepskin, Goatskin and Mohair Hugs in all
the newest colors.
SPECIAL DRIVES.
100 rolls?over 3,000 yards?of best Body Brussels,
including Lowell, Hartford, Bigelow and other m ikes
of sufficient variety of patterns to suit the must fastid
ious, at # 1 is>r yaril.
FOURTH EXHIBITION ROOM.
We display the largest assortment of Rattan and
Reed Furniture of the tiest makes, plain ami Fancy
Tables. Natural and - taint d Wood Rocker*. Children's
High Chairs and Rocking Chairs Fire snd .Japanese
Screens Screen Frame*. Easels, of an sizes aud
styles. Crib lied*. in.iron. natural and stained wood*.
Also. Folding Beds. Cradles of the latest styles
Lounges. Bed lounge*. Couches. Work Basket*
Wood Bnskets. Baby Carriages. Refrigerators, of the
best makes. Ice Coolers and Water Filters.
SPECIAL DRIVE.
Tweuty-flvc Japanese Screens, 0 feet high, four
wings, gold embroidery on satiu. Hoe Japanese cloth
back, for # i 0.
FIFTH EXHIBITION ROOM,
50 feet by 100 feet
We are pleased to announce that the stork on this
floor is now complete and oj>eti for inspection In our
large line on this floor you will find Parlor Suites from
#35 to $U.">.
Mantel Cabinets in over 50 styles, prices fr<*>i#12
to #S5; and in this department we have over 100 dif
ferent styles of Parlor Tallies, from $2 to *'-0. Here
von will tind the largest and most complete line of lied
Lounges ever shown, and at prices tliat will astonish
you. Couches, Lounges. Easy Chairs, Student Chain,
and Fancy Rockers in endless variety.
SPi CIAL DRIVE.
1 Parlor Suite, 5 pieces, mahogany finished, frames
covered in imported Wilton Rugs, plush trimmed,
worth #100. reduced to #75.
1 Mantel Cabinet, worth #40; reduced to #30.
4 Cherry Tables, worth #!?; reduced to #t>.
SIXTH EXHIBITION ROOM,
50 feet wide by 100 feel long.
Containing an immense stock of thu following arti
cles, viz;
Fine Box Frame Cane-seat Dining Chair* of 15
different Patterns Cheap and medium grades of
Sideboards, comprising 100 different designs. Me
dium Extension Tables, S to 14 feet long; 25 different
designs. Chiffonieres, antique and modern; 50 styles
, in various wood*. Wardrobes. |<anel and mirror door*;
I the largest retail sample stock in the country Ward
robe Beds, of different manufactures; various style*
and price* to suit all customers. The celebrated
< Union Folding Bed. single and double, in solid wood*
ami Imitations. Buffet Tables and Dinner Wagons,
for dining-room, of unique designs. Book Shelves in
imitation of main gany and antique oak, costing from
*S to #20, with br*** rod* for drapery.
SPECIAL DRIVE.
15Che?t*of Drh??rs. 3 feet wide bj?5feet high, six
drawers In each. highly polished and made in goisl
style, to match the suites of chamber furniture now
being sold: worth #20; reduced to *1B.
SEVENTH EXHIBITION ROOM.
Fifty by uinety feet.
This room is fllled with over one hundred Chamber
liitou nf tmut ilnoiiriu 1 -
vii^ umiurea unfinWr
Suites of neat designs varying ill price from #20 to
*101) Also a full line of Mantle liods. Single and
I lionbie Bedsteads. Commode*. Steamer Chairs, Wire
I and Canvas Cots, \Vire ami Hair Mattresses, Blankets,
I Comforters. Pillows, Table-Withstands. Bureau Wash
stands. Bed-Room Chairs, Tables^fowel-Hack^sud
InrV-rr rt-^n *'?" " ?
. - uuw,n, JA1VICB, 1 OWCl-lfilCllS
t Rocking Chairs. Also Kitchen Tables and Chairs.
SPECIAL DRIVE.
10 Solid Oak Suites, including Full-size Bedstead,
Bureau and Washstand. Antique l-'iuish. liano Polish,
Idirge Beveled Plate Mirror, and Towel-Rack attached
to Washstand, worth 445 Reduced to #33.
EIGHTH EXHIBITION ROOM,
Fifty by one hundred feet.
This room is devoted to Fine (.'handier Suite*, con
sulting of Mahogany. Waluut. Ant. oak. Nat. Cherry,
ami Bird's Eye Maple, arveil and inlaid; vary
ing in price trom 4125.0^k ISOO.OO.
Also, a full line of BrassMnd Metal Bedsteads. Fine
Chairs aud Rockers. in all woods to match the suites.
Clothes-trees or Costutners in im at variety. A
SPECIAL DRIVE. W
1 Fine Mahogany Bedstead, Bureau and Washstand,
Inlaid with brass; very elegant design; very large and
haliilsome suite, worth #500 Oil. reduced to #350.00.
NIN'rH XHIBITI' N ROOM.
Fifty feet wide by one hundred leet long.
This department we would s|**-u.llv Inviie the at
tentioti of the public to examine carefully and criti
cally. cotiiprisfm{ elaborate and artitfir styles of Fur
niture, viz.: Dining Tables, in different woods, rang
ing from 12 to 16 feet extension, modern and antique
desigua; sideboards; China Closets; Dining Chairs,
In Leather, corresponding in style and iinish; lisik
Cases, with glass dvor*. all sizes; Cylinder and Plain
Desks; Libnry Tables, with cloth toi>*; Revolving
Office and I.inrary Chairs. list Racks, in plain and
elaliorate design*.
Also, lull line it Danner Revolving Book-Cases.
8i ECIAI, DRIVE.
A fine Ssn Domingo Mahogauy Sideboard, five feet
top, with hue large beveled French-glass Wine Cabi
net. with beveled glass door, one plush-lined silver
drawer. thri? linen drawers, and two cupboards, piano
polish rini.-h. former price #130, reduced to #100.
TENTH EXHIBITION ROOM. 50 feet by 100 feet
The stock in this room I* larger and finer than ever.
In tills great stock of new and fashionable goods will
lie found everything for furnishiiig your Drawing
Room. Parlor Suites at prices lower thau ever quoted
**Cabinet? in over 40 styles, from #22 td # 150, and
't* pMDrirtfullv ?
ception Chiiirs. rperlal drive.
1 Parlor Suite. 5 pieces. Mahogany Finish Frames
and covered in a tine quality of Silk Taiiestry. worth
#]00. reduced to #S0.
1 very hue Standing Cabinet, hand-carved, highly
noliaued, worth #?0, reduced to #75.
tiilt Reception Chairs, worth #10, reduced to #< .50
11TH EXHIBITION FLOOR, .VI IT. BY 100 FT.
On this we display a large and varied line of all
grades Wool Cmwtiiig*, comprising of the latest
lioveltic* in Art Ingrains, Westminster and Anglo
Indian Cari>et8. designed and manula<-tured exclu
sively for us. also a lull line of Plain Iugraius in all
shades Hall and Stair Car I sts, in new effects, viz;
Double Face Brussels, Westminster, Persian Dam
ask and Smyrna.
? ~ i, Kensington Art Square*, Cairo,
s, Anglo-Indian and Ispahun, Art
uugs,innew and novel designs aud colors, in all sizes,
from 2Hx3yds. to 4x5 yards, varying by the half yard
in width and length.
R*p Carpets, Coca and Napier Matting.
Novelties in Chinese and Japanese Straw Mattings
"linoelums and Oilcloths, to all widths.
Oocoa Brush. Steel Wire and Rubber Door Mats.
1,350 yds Ex. Super All Wool Imwmin, including
the best makes. Hart lord and Lowell, in new desirable
uatterus sod colors, at 55c , worth 75c.
A large line of Kensington Art Square*^ All WooL jn
the latest designs and colors, including'bright colon,
and many of the Oriental designs and coTbrs, iu ths
following sises.
'2X yS! x 3 yds., #5.75; worth #7.50.
3 yds. x JAM., #10.50, worth #14.
BOOM
50 ft. wide and 100 ft. long.
In this room will be found the largest line of Tanis
try aud Vsltet Carpets ever shown in Washington in
cluding the Boxbury, Smith and C(o2eybn^.
. wu
I roller's English velvet and uncut tsIt^s wo van
I into Carpets of various sizes without a ssaza.
I SPECIAL DRIVE.
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Hot Fob The Holidays.
They all meet at the Boyal after trsve'.iug
thousand* of Bllw-Ume Christmas things that are
crowdingIn on ua. Tbecry is room', noon!! ROOM'?'
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To maka room for the great Influx of HOLIDAY
GOODS we offer to-morrow and following daya all
bulky iroods at reduced prices.
? . THE PALAIS ROYAL.
(See below)
Mes'8 G" OODS 20 Per Cent. Off
SO per cent, more or less, off the marked prices of
many lota. OentlemA will appreciate Cart wright A
R artier'* Celebrated English Underwear at -0 per cent
diicount?one-fifth 1 <lks than the marked prices. All
rood* marked In plain figures.
English Cashmere Shirt* and Drawer* In fancy col
or*, auch as generally retail at $2; we have aold at
81.75. TO-MORROW FOR $1.25.
Sock* to match atxjve Underwear we have sold at 50c
TO-MORROW FOB 35c.
Pure Lambs' Wool Shirts and Drawers we haTe aold
at $1.50. TO-MORROW FOB $1,
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
(Continued below.)
Reduced Prices For Ladies.
10 PER CENT discount off the marked price*?
the marked price* are lowest In thia city?of our entire
grand and matchleaa stock of
*
Hand-Knit Skirts. ?
Shrunk Flannel Skirta.
Quilted Satin Skirts.
Marritfs Skirt Pattern*.
Melton Cloth Skirta.
rr prlcoe range from 85c. for the Melton Cloth
Skirts to $i).98 for the best Quiited Satin.
tf~ Nearly fifty different prices and orer 2,000
Skirta to select from.
WE MUST HAVE ROOM.
The Stationery and Card Dei?rtment 1* to be mored
on the second floor, so not only are the Skirts reduced
In Iprice, but nearly entire stock of Cotton Under
wear,
WE MUST HAVE ROOM.
10 PER CENT discount off the marked prices of the
following children'S GOODS, which comprise the
best assortment in town of
Hand-knit Skirta, 59 to 98c.
Hand-knit Hoods, 25c. to $1.48.
Hind-knit Leggings, 39c. to $1.48.
Hand-knit Fascinators, 39c. to $3.39.
Hand-knit Shirts, 29c. to 98c.
Plush and Silk Cap*, 98c. to $5.48.
Besides, we offer our $0 Pluah Coats at 10 percent
discount, und you will liud you can't duplicate them
elsewhere und-r $0.08. We could quote a hundred
other illuatratious, but muat take you down stairs.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
_ (See below.)
1 hey Must And Shall Go
All heavy goods Aiust go; they take up room, and we
want room for Christina* things arriving daily.
You've read of the reduced price* for Blankets.
Red Flannels, Shaker Flannels, aud Table Linen*.
TO-MORROW WE OFFER 10 per CENT discount
OFF the REDUCED PRICES.
Then there is the Famous American Hosiery Com
pany's Underwear for ladies and children. We have a
complete assortment, and that mean* hundred* of
boxea. ten rER C EN T OFF the MARKED PRICES
will bring them nearly one quarter less than the price*
of elsewhere.
Mauy more reduced pri.-es, of which you can learn
by calling to-morrow moruing.
the PALAIS ROYAL.
(Continued below.)
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40-Inch Henriettas For 50c.
Many shade* you cau't obtain elsewhere and better
quality than usually offered for 50c. The special sale
prices quoted below are for Nov. lit, 20 and 21 ONLY.
. THE PALAIS ROYAL.
(Continued below.)
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A Dress For 84.50.
For the special aale we offer our 54 inch English, all
Wool Suitiuga for 75c. a yard. That's a fcsviug of 25c.
I a yard to you,
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
(Continued below.)
68c. Suitings For 50c.
Full 38 inch?generally advertised 40 Inch?All
Wool Suiting, in new combination colors, forming
pretty Plaids, etc. That's offering you a dress $2
under regular price.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
(Continued below.)
English Broadcloths, $1.25.
There1* every shade you'll And elaewhere. and
there'* the quality that'll cost yon il.50 per yard.
You can easily find out If It ta so, can't you?
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
(Continued below.)
ORE*
Who Likes Fancy w
. Silk Flushes in forty-three different shades, for 68c.
a yard. We merchants are having a competitive dis
play of 68c. Plashes. Who gets the first prise?your
patronage*
Satins in nearly one hundred ahades at 33c., 48c,
68c. and 95c. a yard.
23 inch China Silka, Art and Ordinary Shades, 75c. ?
yard. Yon may compare with samplea of 98c. goods
from elaewhere, and ws wont waver aa to which la
beat-WE WRITE OF WHAT WK KNOW.
THE PALAIS ROYAL
(Continued below.)
Dress Trimming Specialties,
so pieces persian gimps
in lovely combinations <* colore, with sliver and gold
tinsel FOR 50c. A YARD. Two yard* for the price oi
one for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday -The t??-?
sale daya.
SILK GIMPS?Braid TWmmlno
in Blsck and Shades to waWi the new dxease goods,
FOB 36c. A YARD. Many of the credit 1
50c.
BUTTOKS AT 25c. A DOZES,
retail at 36,45 and 50c.
FOB trimmings.
tsar For BUY BOW;
HililsNI
THE PALAIS BOYAJU
. (A. LIBBEBX
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Boston Hocse Store News
BT
WOODWARD * 1/1THROP,
We beg to Mooaon the
IIXTH ANNCAL OPENING
or ocr
HOLIDAY PrRt"H*SK3
OF
CSEFCL AND ORNAMENTAL GOODS.
?CITABLE FOR
CHRISTMAS GIFTS,
Monday, November ib.
AND
TCESDAT, NOVEMBER SO.
better prepared to meet the require
ment* of oar customers this ChriituiM wuou
than we ever were before.
The recent addition to our store of the Prince
trail ling bu given u* much nested spare and
enabled ua to enlarge ? number ot departmenta
a* well as to ed<i a few new onea.
We have enlarged the store, greatly increased
the itock, replaced our caah railway system
with one considerably more rapid, increased
our salesforce and made varioua other improve
ments conducive to the facilitation of our grow
ing business and to the comfort and convenience
of our customer*. We are exerting every effort
to make It more and more to your interest to
shop here. We have enlarged the selling space
and stock of Ribbons, Lares. I<adlee' Neckwesr,
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Men'a Furnishing*,
Perfumeries, Evening Fans, Fancy Embroidery,
Dulls and added a de|?riuient of Stationery and
Bric-a-brac. Tins Bric-a-brac Department em
braces a sre-at variety of Art Pcttary Wares, in
cluding Royal Wort-eater, Teplitz's Old Ivory,
Hungarian, Bohemian and a number of Jap
anese and Chinese Wares, in a myriad of shapes
and designs, both useful and ornamental.
Pot-Pourri, Rose, and Cracker Jars in beauti
ful shapes, in attractively dimmed coloring*
and effects in picturesque Japanese and Chinese
representation*.
A thousand and one handsome Table and
Mantel Ornaments, such as Pitcher*. Vases,
Jars, Card-Receivers, and other indescribable
sha)>ea ax attractive as they are odd.
Tee-Pots and Chocolates of Zedji, Zeto-Imarl,
Tokio, Inuyama, Zoma, Kara, Aidzu, Owari,
And other equally desirable wares.
Individual Butter*. Egg Cupa, Fiah Dishes,
fcc.. of Owari, Tokio, Ituari, Ka/t. and other
wares In ? variety of quaint and attractive
shapes.
Japanese Screens. Japan is the home of the
screen?the first country in which it ever came
into general use. We have a choice line in
bright and attractive decorationa, representing
designs and ooloring* peculiar to that nation.
From the light |isper-covered screens to the
delicately figured silk panela.
DOLLS.
We have also enlarged this stock of Babies for
Baby. You probably remember putting off
selecting last Christmas until all the prettiest
were gone, so do uot let it occur again. No bet
ter time than now to make a pick?stock is st
its best, and ao ia the Doll-Bab) Clothing.
We have not the s|isce to go into particulars,
so invite you to come Monday aad get ahead of
the news.
THANKSGIVINGS LINENS.
Thanksgivings Day ia becoming as synono
nious for Fine Linens ss for Turkey. A great
mauy housewives make it the occasion for re
plenishing their Linen Closet, and for this
reason we make it a point to have our best
spread in IJnens at this time. We have the
Linens as we have never had them before?a
larger stock, a more eitenaive variety of pat
terns, and at lower prices than ever before
quoted for equal qualities.
We Jiave printed a little newspaper, telling
you all at^ut Thanksgiving Linens, which can
1* bad for th^aking, and will be mailed to our
? out-of-town paWons upon request.
Four great bargains will go on sale Monday
morning, viz:
?2-in Bleached German Linen Table Datna*k*
which we have cut up into 2, 2)4, 3 and 3J<
yard pieces, to facilitate handling. only 50c.
per yard.
100 dozen *? Bleached German Linen Damask
Table Napkins, full selvedge, extra quality,
handsome pattern*. Only $ I per dozen.
100 dozen Pt Wash-Damask Table Napkins
(note size, H i, full selvedge, extra quality. Only
$1.50 per dozen.
Cloth*. 100 fine Bleached German Linen
Damask Table Seta, comprising a cloth, and one
d' >zen 4 -8 Doylies to match, at the following ex
traordinary low prices:
Size 2 by \'M yards, only #4 per set.
Size 2 by yards, only $4.50 per set.
(Second floor.)
WRAPS AT REDCCED TRICES.
We have a few small lots of Ladies' Black
Short Wrajvs, left from last season, and shall
place them on A long counter, on third floor, at
about half price.
These are made of Stockinette. Diagonals,
Astrakhan and Frise Cloths, are satin and silk
lined, and regular winter weights.
1 lot reduced to 82 50 each.
1 lot reduced to $3 50 each.
1 lot reduced to each.
1 lot reduced to $8.50 each.
1 lot reduced to $7.50 each.
MORE NEW LONG GARMENTS.
These styles sre exclusive, as we purchased
but one or two of each, and with the understand
ing they were to be confined tu us. long doth
Circulars in handsome English Stripes, in such
combinations us llusset-sud-Navy, Cardinal
and-Bjsck, Modes-and-Uray. Ac.
Circular* of the popular Tone* Cloth, en
tirely new, in Deep-Sea Green, Royal Navy, and
Black.
Other equally handsome style* in Long Gar
ments, including the Irish IVasant. Berlin
Cloak, 1 .ondon Rnglan, Russian Newmarket, and
others, iti Solid Red, Myrtle-Green, Rus*is
Blue. Navy, ami Black, both plain and tiraided.
uutriinme.1, and fur-trimmed. Superior ahape*
in Fine Black Long Garments, trimmed with
t^e fashionable Black Monkey-Fur,
Our Seal Plush Garments have uo superior.
Light In weight, graceful in sha|<e, and beauti
fully finished. Vet prices are the same,
less than they were last season?the result of a
thorough knowledge of the wholesale market
and a number of Judicious purclisses from
manufacturer* unloading at leas than r^rular
prices.
Nobbiest of Seal Plush Jackets, $15, $16,
$ 18, $20 and $25.
. Most Graceful of Heal Plush Sacquea, $22.50.
$25. $30, up to $05
Handsomest snd Stateliest of Sesl Plush New.
markets, insde to our (special order, in the
lightest seal fabric; $45 to $60.
Stylish and Becoming Seal Plush "Mod
Jesks*," and "iAugtry" Short Wraps; $18,
$20, $25 and $30.
(Third floor.)
TABLE OIL CLOTHS.
Forty new designs in Tahle OU Cloths; splen
did quality, soft, pliable, sad full width. Whit*
Marble designs, with Black. Bios, Gold, and
Bcd-aui-Blat veins. Mosaic designs, in White.
Tan, Browns, Greens, and Beds. Wood designs,
in Mahogany, Rosewood. Wslnut, Cheltnut,
Oak. kc. Plain shades of Green and Black, for
covering desks and tables. Only 25c. per yard.
(Second floor: rear.)
OCR WINDOWS.
Special attention ia called Is oitr handsome
window display*, which will be changed even
bm?* frequently as the holiday* approach. They
ar* fitting tain saanlaUun at theexteudva, twr
changing stock within, and should hsdossly
acaaned before entering the store, as some of
cog beat attractions find tMr war <? tbsa*;
fo^a fsw day* st Isast.
WOODWARD * LOTMBOT.
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F'i.1 lineal s?wee At &Oe- and
SPECIAL Ot>e M .W-tweli all-wool ?nl?-d
Trtcota. <>nl> *8... worthSin
CU.1AEIN08 Dun t t.np i ..ur Uoe ?<
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?t? lee at ?1 75. ? - 4H *11 <1
?irs a 4 wide.
RU i i>?t?in ?t??I variety and
m?V'? rno*
TABLE L1XENS. Ov?orkoflal>tr Uru ca?i
not I* beat tor pftetw and
mMMl
BLAM1TI, and Comfort* fnm> II *P.
l ull line ot Flauu.la. wr
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full liu* i4
TO REDCCK k of ?.>r?ted> will offer tar
three day* -
imported Atermant. ?n at i<v a Hank.
worth 20c.
IMMBTtD hviii ti 10 opuu a Huik
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The old and reliable Arm have eeeictnded to dt*c ?
ttnue their C'.othiiir |te|<ertnieut at th'-ir ?1 n I'.'IT
Pram ave ti w A? ??hawa!w;if? aim- 1to keep i?
of the beat material an.l ? "rkTnanahii'. it mil a <? I
opportunity t.vr th.~e in need <4 < I. nunc I. l.u> tlia
aaiue from ua at the low >.; jitim.
To dl'lnar oar ?t. ?-k i>?n i> |??ilbW w? will
?1w a dutvimt (4 Ui |<rrcnit ulitU MINN M lis
and OVERCOATS.
On TOCTH ? 8riT8.fn.ru 13 to 1H. w? will inve A
discount of50 t?-r cent
;tiW CHILDREN'S Kl'ITS. a?r t to 11 Wf will. loee
out at |UM i*r ault.
Alter January 1, lKxo. me witl npn aevoral n*? IV
partinenta In addition to . ur |?MI evil eelecU d
?took of GENTS' FCRX18HlN'i GOnM, end wr ar?
iiiakunr tbeav rnoruiou> ndarUnua tu irrt our urw liw
l?rtnienu under way by that datr.
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have determined to cut tlie prh*i-? on tbcni ini>rderw
reduce our Block.
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FOR
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And it will be ? aavinir to All to buy your Haft
Coverintra now.
S50 Pair*of 10-4 HEAVY BLANKETS, in WHITE
or OREY.
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25 Paint of 10-4 HEAVY* WHITE WOOLEH
BI.AXKKT8.
RKi.IT.AR PRICE #ril>n A PAIR.
Cl*T PRICE 441 A PAIR.
[ SO Pair, of 10-4 HEAVY WHITE BLAXkETS,
Fleece Wool.
REOIXAR PRICE CH.r.O A PAIR.
SPECIAL TEN-DAY PRICE f i 75 A PAIR.
50 |iain> of 10-4 WHITE WOOL BLANkl TH, extra
heavy. J-3 wooL
Rotrular Price ?4 .">0
Y'ou can now bay- tbem for
83.75 A PAIR
20 pairs 12-4 H?avy W HITE WOOL BI.AVEETS
ItKiil l.AR PhlrF. 75 A PAIR.
REDCCED PRICE 5 Oil A PAIR
25 WRAPPER MLANKKTk. bai.-l-me i?.nl n. and
Btripe*. Gray. Tan and otlier oouhinaHon*.
REtil'LAR PRICE. #ii 00 EACH.
SPECIAL 4 50 I. AC It
Our iiattMun will pluam- lx *r in mind that the oriirl
cal |Ticea m tb<ne it hkIii arc lower than the aaine qual
ity cau be |>urchaaed lor anywhere.
L II XX * EKK XX X sKiv
L II XX X K XXX r s
L II X X X KE X X X SS?
L II X II K XXX K 2 ?
LLLL II X NX EEE X XX h.Sh _
LINKX TABLE SETS in Red. Blue juid Bull U.rduM,
Carvers and Xapkina to match.
Kire 8-4, $2 !??.
8nta h 10, :t.5(k
Sire K-12. 4 25.
100 Dozen Cream DOYLIES, m checked and | lalM
centtra,
28c. A DOZEN.
100 Dokd Extra Heavy CHECKED DOYULM,
48C. A DOZEN.
75 dozen Bleached Duyliea
U5c. A DOZEX.
Worth 80c. a dozen.
?too dozen PITRE UNEN NAPKINS, wortb til*
? dozen,
SPECIAL PRICE
79c. A DOZEX.
Theae and many other apecial barvaina can be nu?
had lit our
HOl'BEFL'ENIsHIX0 DEPAETHEXT.
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LADIES' BRAIDED NEWKARKETR,
In Heavy BERLIN TWILL CLOTH. eWborwU*
braided, tkniahed la Artracban. Colora? Navy Riwa,
Oarnet and Orey. one price.
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OCR 820 PU-SH COAT, Seal Pluah. 8atin-liae4
Thia coat ia our own aperul prndartton and ?a
know that It cannot be equalled any where under 825.
Comi<aneon will ahow
MISSES' NEW MARKETS hi
?5 25 FOB 8 TEARS.
Advance 50rta. a aiae.
Onr Una of
IMPOBTETi BERLIN OARHENT8
ia uaanrpaaaed in atyle. wear and workmenahlr i
LADIES' AND CHlLUkUH UOUM.
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