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THE EVENING STAR.
WASHINGTON: n?n?.ir DtetMDrr i?, t CRO?HY *. TOTM Edl ETB>'INO STAR hu the fa 11 rat Lml I Irrdalin of Ray New?pnper injbr W trlil, Riiil ?? an Advertising .llrdlan I* worth ?tore than all (he other papers pabllshed la Huhlifin. btatement of the circulation of Tib Etsxiso Bta* for the week ending December 8. 1988: Monday. December 3. )*#} 27,067 Tcetoat, December 4.1888 27,579 "WidsmdaT, December 5. 1888 27,506 Thursday. December C. 1888 27,203 Fkisat, December 7, 1*88 26,872 8atcidai, December 8, 1888 30,659 Total 166,886 Average Daut 27,814 0cR&K9F0M>n'a Week. 1887 26,758 I .olcmnlv swear that the above is a true and correct statement of the circulation of Tre F.vt.vtxq Stab for the week ending December f, 1888i P. a Note*. Treasurer Evening Star Newspaper Co. 8worn to and ?nbtcribed before me this tenth day of December, A. D. 1S88. Johs T. C. Clare. Notary Public. Both the democratic and republican new* pers of Baltimore indicate clearly what it ia that enables the lawless oyster dredger* of Chesapeake bay. without fear of punishment, to kidnap *laves from the streets of Baltimore, to kill them by barbaroua cruelty or by ex posure and starvation, to violate state laws pro tecting the oyster bed*, to defy, reaist, ^nd put to flight with powder and ball the state forces tent to enforce obedience to the law, and even to Are upon a harmless pasaenger steamer in the true piratical spirit of hostility to all man kind. These law-breaker* are Maryland voter*. In modern politics their vote* are a purchasable commodity. They are de livered to a party, faction or political leader for toleration if not protection in illegal courses. They trade in votes as well a* stolen oysters, and make one illegal trade shield them from the consequences of the other. It is also intimated that the oyster navy itaelf i* honey combed with political jobs to *nch an extent that it i* useles*. Tbe ille gal dredgers have not in the past been pun ished when captured. Now they are not even caught. Political bribery is the fruitful mother of a multitude of sins. Varied and illimitable corruptions followed the organiza tion in New York of mercenary bands whose weapons were votes, and who fol lowed their leaders in politics without question even after the latter had been ex posed to the world a* colossal thieve*. The Maryland political mercenaries occupy the waters of the Chesajw-ake as well as the city slums, and their organization receives for vote* not merely money, but permission to kidnap, steal and murder. Political corruption in Maryland thus causes the trading politicians to become accessories before and after the fact to murder, to degrade a state government, to bring humiliation upon a state's people, and to become responsible for a condition of law lessness in Chesapeake bay which disgrace* the American republic and the nineteenth ctutury. Early consideration of the District appropri ation bill in the llonse is promised. The com mittee on appropriations has reported this bill with creditable promptness, and is also to be commended for the large increase in the amount of appropriations proposed for the District over that suggested by it* bill of last session. Points in proposed legislation which one does not like always elicit more comment than those which one does like or to which one has no objection. The normal attitude of an American ia that of criticism, not of eulogy. While The 8ta* doe* not refrain from specify ing particular* in which it thinks the District appropriation bill, as reported, can be im proved. it thinks that the community has good reason to be gratified at the early and favor able start which the House committee has given to the legislation which is of the greatest in terest and importance to the District. The inaugural cxecntive committee have Tery judiciously fixed the price of the ball tickets at $5. This is the popular price and the one that ha* heretofore raised the largest amount of money for the inaugural celebra tions. There is a volume of cheerful suggestion in the diacovery made in O street, near 10th. the other day. where a broken water main lay so close to a broken sewer pipe that the water which leaked out flowed into the sewer and was carried off. In such a case, what is to pre vent the contents of the sewer from percolat ing through the earth which lies between and V> in ting the water of the supply pipe? The appropriation for permit work in the District bill should be large enough to secure the desired reform of the city's sidewalks. If the amount proposed bv the H >use committee is too small, the Senate should be urged to in crease it. One of the most pressing of the ma terial needs of Washington is that of better sidewalk*. ? The rlosing testimony before the military committee investigating the tunnel was not the least int? resting. The investigation has been a straight-forward and searching o.ie to the end. and evidently has not been conducted for the purpose of whitewashing anybody. A democratic csncua to discuss the subject of the territories which want to be state* has been called. If a majority of the caucus agree with it* chairman. Representative Cox. of New York, at least Dakota or Scuth Dakota will be ad mitted at the present session. Thi* action will come rather late, but will doubtless be grate fully accepted a* a peace-offering by the new aorthwest. Tea* of all irrades. ?SPECIALTY? ?SPRING LEAP TEA" (at 50c. a pound). It is a strictly pure Chinese Blac* Tea. Drinkers of Oreen Tea LA* It. as it ts equal in Savor and very much less In price S. W BCRCHELL, 13*6 P st. dl0-2t Sectored from ?1 50 to ?1.25. All-Wvol Fine Caaaimer. 50-lnchea wide, at 9L Superior Quality French Broadcloth at$L 40-lu< h. all-Wool Henriettas, St 50c. All-?ool Poole Cloth, reduced from 75 to 6?Xc. Natts. Oauxei and Laces. V.? bave Just otened a fine assortment that have Men buutfbt to treat advantage. We offer Brussells Setts, Point '1'Esprtt. Satin Striped (Muse. Crepes, Ul-.slons In Black, White and all tbe new atwlae at lower prices than sane foods can be had enewhere Diai-.und-Fi*ursd. all-Silk Met. at *1 50, worth 50. Eveaw? shades 811k Crepen at 75c. Beautiful sarah SUka, evenlntr shades. 75c. Our stock of Evenla# Goods ia larcer than ever, aad UK .odes all the novalus*. W. M SHUSTER * SOXSl dS WIS Pa. Ave. Out ?1& PRINCE ALBEBT SUIT wc WAft ratt ? net. j all-wool or muaey refunded. THE LONOOJC AND LIVERPOOL (CLOTH I NO CO a (J-3m 7th and Q sta. Thank Yon Vkby Much. We ad venieed Saturday a aeries of Special "-1? to occur until Christmas. Wc thank you for ths success of the Ant Special Sale, which occurred to-day. rrr w A | A f Lx ^ d n y a ^ R R 5 O T AAA L R K OO T A A LLLL special 8R? P PER OCC 11 A A "t.T. rSS? A y A A i; F.B ?J A A LLLL EEK FOR TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, (December llth), (December 12th). OTTbe etoro will be open evening* until Christ Aprons For Presents at SPECIAL sale prices to-morrow. t9 Please don't expect the following Special Prices after the (pedal eale. This to ladies who expect too much of ue. 25c. APRONS FOR 19c. Made of fine India Linen, 1 yard long nnd 40-inche* wid*: strings 6-itiche* wide; 4-inch hern, with three tucks above. Sewed on lock-stitch machine. Where can you ?et *s food aprons for 23c F 36c. APRONS FOR 29c.-Extra fin* India Linen, 1 ovsr 1 yard long, 1H yards wide; string* 6-inche* wide; 6-inch hem. with 7 tucks above. 60o. APRONS FOR 39c.-Very sheer India Linen, with 4-inch embroidered ruffle, with 4-lnch hem, and 3 tucks above. 86c APRONS FOE68c.-The daintiest ahort aprons for ladles, finely embroidered all orer. 98c. APRONS FOR 85c. Aa fine quality as 35c iinen handkerchiefs, and, like them, have diced pat terns embroidered in corners and hemstitched all around: even the strings have the revere stitching. 98c. APRONS FOR 85c. These are scrim aprons, with bein and tnrka. and trimmml with good quality Moire Silk Ribbons. W A bore special prices are for the Special Sale only, PLEA8E REMEMBER?We have quoted sbove but a few illustrations from our stupendous stock. At many of the following prices we have several styles, making the finest variety In t ila city of APRONS FOR PRESENTS. Prleeo?25, 35, 60,75, 9Sc? 91.15, $1.35, $1.48, 91 68, $2. $2 68. Materials? India Linen, Plain and Dotted Swiss Plaid Muslin, Cambric, Scrim. Momie Cloth. Trimmings of Lace and Ribbons. STAMPED OOODS FOR PRESENTS at SPECIAL SALE PRICE8 For TO-MORROW. Ladies Ml us we have the most artistic and best executed denims yet seen in Stamped Good*. 25o. SPLASHERS FOR 19c. Pure Linen. Fringe and Drawn Work on ali sides. Stamped in new but ap propriate designs. 25c. PILLOW SHAMS FOR 22c. Nowhere else can you get equal to these under 29c. a pair. Need we write more? 39c. TRAY COVERS FOR 29c. These are of Momie Cloth, prettily Stamped and with Knotted Fringe. 48c. SCARFS FOR 39c. Remember the sixe?18x72 inches? Ends Stamped, drawn and fringed. Don't confound the above with the 18x60 size, which we offer to-morrow for 29c Instead of 39e. MANY DECIDED novelties Are shown in at the following prices: stamped Splashers. 25, 39, 48,68, 75, 98c. Stamped Scarfs, 29, 39. 48,68. 75, 85, 98c? $1.16, ? 1.36. Stamped Tray Covers. 25, 39. 48, 68, 85, 98c, Stamped Combing Towels, 68c. Stamped H. 8. Doylies, I2c. Stamped Pillow Shams 25c. Children's Stamped Bibs, 4So. for 3 in fancy box. Stamped Quilted Bibs, 7,15,19,20,29.35,39,48 08,98c. CW Where else so lanre or so vsried a stock, and where else such values for the prices? THE PALAIS ROYAL. (Continued below.) Oaps I? or The Children, AJTD FOB TUB NUR8E, waitress AND MISTRESS, AT SPECIAL SALE PRICES FOR TO-MORROW. For the Biby we have thousands to select from. 91.26 SILK CAPS for 98c. One style is round, with full Ruche; the other is a 3-piece Cap, with Lace Pom pon. THE 91.08 PLrSH CAPS come in Gobelin Blue Navy, Terra-Cotta, Golden Brr.Wn, Seal and Garnet, and are as good as those sold formerly at 92.25. INFANTS' worsted CAPS, 25c., 39c? 48c , 68c 98, . 91.35. INFANTS' 8TLK CAPS. $1.25. 91.35, $1 48,$1.C8 $1.98, 92.25, 126.96.36.199, 93.68,85.48. INFANTS' PLUSH CAPS, $1 C8. 92. 92.48, 92 08 92.98, 93 48,93 96. NURSES', WAITRESS' AND LADIES' CAPS o Mull ?ad Swtsa, with Lace and Ribbon TrlliLU.ll.ifi; prices 19, 2.1. 29, 35, 48, 69.68c. trThree styles of 18c. Caps; six styles of 25c. Caps and wmid of the prettiest Imported Novelties at the higher priccs. THE PALAIS ROVAI* (Continued below.) ' Special 15ale Prices TO* ? BABIES AND LADIES FOR TO-MORROW. Wo-abbreviate the Liat because we have to mention Shoes and Olovss, so expect more than we hint of below. 92.25 BABIES' COATS FOR 91.19. These come in ahort and long styles, prettily made of Caahmere.' in White, Gobelin. Terracotta. Tan, etc. The Collar and Cuffs prettily Silk Embroidered. Extreme Novelties in Corduroy, Eiderdown, Plash and Fancy Cloth Coats, at 25. 92.68, 92.98, 93.68 94.PS. 94.98. 95.48, 95 98. 96.98. 97.98, 98.48. 98.DS. 99.98, 912 and 917. rr Without fear of contradiction we claim more Children's Coats than any other two atores combined 91.26 LADIES' KNIT SKIRTS FOR 98c. Knit Skirts, 91.25, 91.35, 91.08, 91.98, 922.5, 92.68, 92 98. Melton Cloth. Flannel and Ladies' Cloth Skirts, 98c? 91.15, 91.35, 91.68, 91.98,92.95, 92.0:-i. 92.98. 8atin Omlted Skirts. 91.98, 92.68, 93.39, 93 68 93.48, 94.88. 95.39. 96 68. Alpaca Skins 91.98, 92.25, 92.75. 93.48, 93.98 94.98. Merrill's Shrunk Flannel Skirts, 91.25, 91.G0, 92 25 92.59. WFrom among the many reduced prices for the ?pedal sale wo quote Merrill's 92.25 Skirts for 92, *11 "Wool Cardigan Jackets for 08c. what haven t we in Warm Skirts, and what better Carlstmas Present than such seasonable garments? THE PALAIS ROYAL. (Continued below.) Cfu>ves At Reduced Prices. The 4-Bnttoa Dressed Kid Gloves, Embroidered Backs, for 59c. instead of 68c. The 4-Button Undressed Kid. "Palais Royal" Kid Glove* for 75c. instead of 91.50. The 4-Buttoii Dressed Kid Gloves, in LondoJ Red, etc., for 91 Instead of 91 25. The Caahmere Cloth Gloves for La<Jies for 19c. in ttead of 25c. The Fleeced Black 8ilk Gloves for 48c. instead of 68c. The Men's Scotch Wool Glove* for 68c. of 75c. THE PALAIS ROYAL. (Continned below.) Shoes At 10 Per Cent Off. Like wry otter in.de in the store, every .bos ha* tbe prtre p.ainly marked. Ului Christmas you may STTRF n!'nfou? i4"'** a'lrt%d Pries* A SHOE STORE 18 OLR8. A ;oo full shoe store, and that !* wf y t jo discount. Seldom yon obtain reduced prices b?ca??of too Urge ? variety Itmkof the adVant ages to you. Prices low without as discount, for illuatrnticw HASAN S BOYS' SHOES. Yon ought to know of Hsnan's Boots and what they retail for that is, IX yoa havs a boy. ? ?ixe* 214 to 6)4 for 92.60. Sixes 1 to 2. for 92. Sixes 3 to 6. for 91.76. Sixes 11 to 2. 91.50. tW If you doa't know. And oat the pries of Hsnan's Boys' Boots. THE PALAIS ROYAL. Corner 38* st sad Pa. a vs. U. LISNKKJ. Proprietor. We H ave Gives Thanks For the muf blessings so liberally showered upon xm the put rear, and now in exuberance of spirit* ana boyish enthusiasm we aball proceed, after the moat approved method, to H I" R Ft AH FOB christmas. We're (rot Chriatmaa in oar bonea, aad would mlnia Cto the comfort tuid happiness of all mankind We ?w that you are moved by tba auje aptrlt. and aa thia Jorou* aeaaou cornea but once a year, wa present you with a glorious opportunity to make Valuable and na?ful pnwon at a trifling- expense: -Victory" Overcoats, Gray and Brown #5 87 Chinchilla i irercosts. Bins and Black 6.75 Melton Orerroata, Bine and Grsy 7.50 Tweed OTercoaU, all wool, silk facings 8.75 Melton Orercoata, Brown and Blue mixture. allk facing...... 8.75 Kervy and Tweed Overcoat*. exceptional bar gain* 10.75 Storm Orercoata, Scotch plaid, all wool, and wigirli'ig . 1075 A handsome line of All-wool Keraey nnd Mel ton Overcoata n 75 All-wool Chariot Orercoata. Blue, Brindle, and Brown 12 75 All-wool Corkscrew Overcoat*, Brown aud Black. 13.25 Rich Seal Brown Kersey Orercoata, aii wool and faat color 1425 Montagnac. Elysian, and ChinchiUa'i^ercoats, full allk and aatm lined, aa fine aa the finest, a* rich a* the ru'ueat; peerles* in make, perfect in finish: the pro nounced and pre-eminent paragons of perfection In Bt rause, please, before you purchase and examine theeeiraruienti. tbey are worth ail the way from #35 to #4;>. You can take your choice for the uiodeet auin of #20.75. -o .B0Y8' OVERCOATS, #3, #3.50, 94.12, #4.25, #5 87. #7.25, $7.7.'.. CHILDREN';* OVERCOATS. ?3-i- Uit #^Mlso$4^,4-5a#5> Although we have confined ourselves to quoting the prices ot a few lots of Orercoata, please bear in inird that you will tnd here mi7 and every article uaually found in a atnctly first-class establishment, aud at prices in keeping with those above quoted. We would iniprefl* yon with thia undented and undeniable fact? that you can always save at leaat 25 per cent by mak ing your purchases at VICTOR E. A D L E R ' S 10 PER CENT CLOTHING HOCSE. 10 927 aud 929 7th st. n.w.. comer Massachusetts are Strictly One Price. Open Saturdays till 11 p.m. dlO Attention Parents. In order to reduce our entire itock of CHILDREN'S WINTER CCO OO A TTTT ,-SS, OOOO AA T ? 8 OOO A A T SSa C C O O AAA T k ? CCO OO A A T SSS3 ? We hare marked down the piice of every Coat at and WAY BELOW COST. We enumerate the prices on a few styles to show the character of the sale. Number Original Reduced Age. Coats. Price. Price. ?. i #5.0$ #100 J 2 9.75 1.00 4 1 i:i.00 200 t i * ~ 5. < o m * 1 1200 0.00 * X 8.25 0..-.0 g 1 11.00 7.00 0 3 13.60 5.00 ? } 11.25 10.00 ? 1 13.25 11.50 2 ; 13.00 ft.oo 2 ?? 2.00 2 ;? io-00 h, *0 ? 2 14.75 12.50 ,? 2 10.7* 8.<>0 10 3 10.50 8.50 10 3 9.50 7..'?0 10 1 15.50 13.00 10 I 18.50 lS.75 10 2 11.50 8.50 10 1 15.1(0 13 00 12 1 15.50 10.00 12 1 13.^5 10 00 12 2 12.25 9 ?/0 12 1 10.75 850 5 12.25 10.00 12 1 11.50 9.50 12 3 11.00 9.00 12 1 12.00 600 1? . 1 8.50 4.50 14 1 11.50 2.00 If 2 14.25 0.00 14 1 12.00 9.50 1* 1 14.50 12.50 If 1 14.-.-5 14.00 14 1 12.00 9.00 14 1 10.75 5.00 14 2 14.00 11.00 14 1 17.23 14.75 14 1 25.00 20.00 At these reduced prices for CASH ONLY, WM. n. McKNEW, Successor to R. II. Taylob, dlO 933 Pennsylvania avenne. BBB II r.00 B B II G G MBit II O B B II (i no BBB 11 CGG BBB A RRR OGG A II NN N BSS? B B A A R R G G AA II NN N S s BBB A A RRR G A A UN N N ?SSC B B AAA R R G GG AAA II N NX K J BBB A A R R GGG A A 11 N NN IN TWW U U RRR oSS, K U IT R R sws S m V U RRR Bss, F U U K R N ' F UU R R SSSS AT BBB A TT IT MM MM KSSC B B AA U IT M M MM" C 's BBB A A U U M MM M SS8a B B AAA U U M M M K 2 BBB A A UU M M M SSSS " Onr Fur Buyer being In New York laRt Tuesday came across a manufacturer of furs who wanted to dispose of his entire stock. Our buyer offered him a very low price for name, which was accepted. The goods are now on sale, aud we ask our patron* to couie and see the BIGGEST BARGAINS IK FURS, Such as MUFFS, BOAS, COLLARS, and a very large line of cogH nnp CDD RRR RBKN1* N"'R88a O CII 11 U L D OR rk \ V W" 2 S C 'IH JJ '' }' '? I> RRR F'R NSK hSS? O C H H II L D l> H RR \ vv ? CCO 11 11 II LLLL ODD R RKEEN NN b?S8 FFF U U RRR KSS? F U U R R 5 FF U U RRR SS? F U U R R K 2 m V UO R R S8 r AT ONE-THIRD LESS THAN EVER BEFORE OFFERED. We mention a few items: rl lot Imiurted Russian Hare Muffs, Satin-lined, worth #1 00, at 50c. Collars to match, worth #1.00. at 25c. 1 lot Russian Hare M 'ffs, worth $ 1.25, at 70c. 1 " " " " " 1.50, " 98c We will offer the choice of lOOCaje Seal Muffs, worth $3.00, at $1.50 each. 1 lot Nutria Beaver Muffs, worth $ '.00, at $1.48. 1 " " " " " 2.50, " 1.98. 1 " Monkey " ?? e.50, " 5 00 1 " " " 7.50. " 5.98. 1 " Real Bearer " " 6.50, " 4.75, 1 " Real Lynx '? " 6.50, " 4.98. 1 lot Monkey Sets, Muff and Boas, worth $10.00, at #6.98 set. 1 lot Lynx Boa?, worth #12 00, ?t #9 50. 1 " " " 17 00, " 12.5a 1 " Dare ? '? 3.00, " 1.98. CHILDREN'S FURS. Choice of a lot of Children's Blue Hare, White Hare, Browu Hare Muffs, worth $2.00, at $1.25. 1 lot Children's Nutria beaver Muffs, worth #3 00. at $1.75. ? 1 lot Children's Plush Muffs, worth #2.50, at $1.50. 1 lot Children's Lynx SeU, worth $2.00, at #1.25 a aet. Bargains in all kinda of Children'* Furs. We haven't really tiu.9 to name the diffeoont kinds of Furs included in this sale, but we guarantee you Big bargain* which cannot be matched again tlii* season. BBB A C C MM MM "? aS.10 B B AA V U M M M M ? H BBB A A U U M MM M hSS? B. B AAA U U M M M ? s BBB A A UU M M M 7TH. 8TH. AND D 8T8. dlO Still Harping On 3Iy Daughter." LET THE GALLED JADE WINCE. "HOW" IT TROUBLES HIM! "A *tnck pig" SQUEALING AGAIN Something orer a year turv a ,:black-and-t?n" clothing concernT who hive the utieouaied GALL to think that the clothing buyers of Washington belo'nm to them, body anJ acul, enrarftd st the SUCCESSFUL and SUPE RIOR COMPETITION of their livtle in trade, choee to Indulge in gratuitous attempt at cheap Billings gate" in irder that tbey might 'gorge' their veue moas atrttite! Dtfeated In their attack by the BOUND DRUBBING they received from one ot their competitors, they have for nearly two years k"Dt MITE in their sty." But. once more, becoming GREEN WITH RAuE at the immense business tiieir rivals are doing tbev wain DISGORGE their envious slime THE PALPABLE TRUTH-that, with all their boast.ng their competitors undersell them. IS MORE than they can staud. A discriminating public, esti mating such attacks at their truo value, are in conse quence Joining the k 8REAT BUSH OF BUYERS * at the Real BANKRUPT SALE, 812 F STREET N.W, NEAR 9TH STREET. (The Original Misftt Store.) n28-3m QLD SHERWOOD RYE MALT whiskey. Copper distilled: beet rye: malt and sprint water: stored In steam neat. medicinal age. Pitta. #B per dosen Over one gallon #3. #3 50, #4, #4.50, #5 l?tr gallon. Price* include package and expresaige. WIGHT ft LENTZ, d8-2w* CSoe'uyiYill*. Md. IOC. A Barrel 10C? ASHES AND RUBBISH _ REMOVED PROiiPTl.Y. ^T*?UE?&&& 7LCoLBURN.193S 1 ms Specialties In Overcoats. FIRST?A TUT STYLISH AND hand some young man's ooat, mm only tTTOM BREAST MEASURE A ROUGH and warm, but not heavt, BROAD WALE cheviot, ONE OF THE LATEST NEW TORE PRODUCT I0N8 AND ONE OF THE BEST. SECOND?A BARGAIN IN ROUGH BEAVERS, LINED ALL THROUGH WITH PURE SILK. THE MANUFACTURER MADE TOO MANY, AND OFFERED US A "DRIVE" IN THEM PRICE $26. THE FINEST OOAT AND THE FINEST LINING WE EVER SAW AT THE PRICE LOTS OF OOATS NO BET TER GO FOR $35. THIRD - "SCHNABEL'S" FINEST FUR BEAVERS, LINED WITH THE FINEST AND BEST SILK. NO HANDSOMER COATS MADE BY ANT merchant tailors. FINISHED SAME AS CUSTOM WORK. tailors CHARGE FROM $75 TO *85 FOB THEM OURS. JUST AS WELL CUT. MADE AND TRIMMED, ARE $50. NO ONE HAS BETTER E. B. BARNUM ft CO., dlO ?31 pennsylvania AVE Manufacturer's Sacrifice Sale THE GOOD NEWS HAS TRAVELED TO EVLRY QUARTER. WE SAY THE BEST-MADE clothing SOU EVER TRADED YOCR MONEY FOR. FROCK AND SACK SUITS, Marked down to. 98.90. FROCK AND SACK SUITS, Marked down to (14.90. OVERCOATS. FIFTY different STYLES, Marked down to $14.90. CHILD'S SUITS, Marked down to..... $2 and 13 50. CHILD'S overcoats, Marked down to $3.60 and $4. FIREMAN BROS.. CORNER SEVENTH AND E STREETS, MANUFACTURING CLOTHIERS AND TAILORS n27-3ni o??o 8 8 n O O U U RRR O O r U R R OO UU R K RRR OO U UNN NDDD U UPPP R RO OU UNN N D D...U UP P RRR O OU USItNO D U UPPP R RO OU UN NND D"* U UP _ R R OO UU N NNDDD UU P .. In ord?r to suecos* fully wind-tip (or round tip) our business of 1888 we've cot to reduce our stock to a certain level. Tie following reduction a, FOR THIS WE.~.K ONLY, will help to accomplish Uum resul.: IN CHILDREN'S WEAR. Child's Pebble Spring-heel Button, plain or solar tipped, 45c., reduced from 75o. John Mundell ft Co.'s Celebrated wolar-Tipped But ton, fiizen SH to 10H. heel or spring heel, 95c. Child's 8 to 10*4 Genuine Dongola Kid, spring-heel button, regular ijl shoes, this week, 74c. Misses' 11 to 2 Genuine Ooat and'Fine Kid, heel or apring-heel button, BHc., rmrular price $1.50. John Mundell ft Co.'s Mlsaes' and Youths' beat Solar Tipped Button, heel or sprint heel, never before known tc be sold leas than 91.50; this vp-ek $1.15. You tin' Veal Calf Solid Button and Laced, regular $1.25 Shoe, thta week 95c. FOR LADIE8' WEAR Hand-hewed Welt Genuine Kangaroo Straight Goat and Imperial Kid Button Boots, reduced to $2.40. These are ' heap at $3.50. Ladies' French Dongola Flexible Sole Patent Leather Tip $'.2.30 Button, now $1.90. FOR MEN'S WEAR. Genuine Calf Laced Button and Congress Seamleaa Vamps, a shoe that was cheap at $2.50, uow $1.86. Bring this list with you and see for your self if these are not the irreateat values that were ever offered in the Shoe line In thia city, Every pair advertised (aa every Shoe we sell) is warranted >ud will be found as represented. WM HAHN ft OO'S RELIABLE SHOE HOUSES, Main Store, 816 7th at West End Store, 1922 Penn. art. Capitol Hill Store, 231 Penn. ere. s. e. se2C-w,f,m,3m Opening OF the GREAT cut-PRICE hat.ii OF FINE CLOTHING AT oak HALL. cor 10TH AND F STfll We were closed the whole day Monday for the par pose of marking down prices on the entire stock of Suits and Overcoata for men and boys. In doing thia we have considered neither coat nor value, but have put them down to pricea that will insure quick ?*'* All goods are marked In plain figures, and no devia tion will be made under any circumstances. WE NEED LOTS OF MONEY, and at thia aeaeon of the year YOU NEED clothing, which la the cause for tl is great REDUCTION SALE Call aoon. First come, drat served at OAE HALL, Corner 10th and Fata. n.w. E HAVE REDUCED PRICES ON ALL SUITS from 25 to 33 per cent. w THE LONDON AND LIVERPOOL CLOTHING CO. n$-3m and G sts. Mrs. Me Je Hunt. 1309 F 8TREET NOBTHWEBT. Offer* aU TRIMMED bonnets and HATS at a GREAT REDUCTION. FANCY FEATHERS at ACTUAL COST. 2 LONDON AND LIVERPOOL GLOTHINO 00* ,3? 7th and Gel* About The Lord Uhumlbt.' THERE'S A LITTLE HISTORY CONNECTED ?I'M TUB COAT THAT MAT nOTI T?T?1. ESTMU. A OBXAT MANY STYLES OF OUTEB OAkiaiTI All BBIBO AO tea TIKIS a?p ?HOWS IB THIS CITT AB THE LOAD CRUMLEY THAT BUB BO MOBS RESEMBLANCE TO Hit LORDSHIP'S OVERCOAT THAN A HAWK DOS TO A HAMD-SAW. THZ PREVAILING XDEA SEEKS TO BB THAT IT'S SIMPLY A CAPE* OVERCOAT?THAT THE CAR IS THE DISTINC TIVE CHARACTERIZING FEATTBE. TCT^BB WRONG. THOSE THAT ADVERTI8E THEM AS SUCH ABB WRONG. ABD T&XT ENOW IT. THE COAT IS A BLACK CAP! OOAT, WITH OCT SLEEVES?ENOWN ACROSS THE WATIB AS THI "INVERNESS." OCR MB. A SABS WAS THE FIB8T TO INTRODUCE IT INTO THIS SECTION. HE BROUGHT THEM OVER WITH HIM SOME TWO TEARS AGO. ITS NOTHING MORE THAN WE EXPECTED. HOWEVER,?IT'S THE SAME WAT WITH EVEBT THING. WE INTRODUCE A NOVELTY?IT HAS A SUCCESSFUL BUN, AND THEN THBEE OB FOUR SEASONS AFTERWARD SOME ENTEBPBISING (?) MERCHANT REVIVES THE STYLE ABD ADVER TISES IT AS SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW. -A BOSS BY ANY OTHEB NAME WOULD SMELL AS SWEET," SS THE INVERNESS?EXCLUSIVELY OF OUR INTRODUCTION. IS THE SAME AS THE LORD CRUMLEY?NAMED AFTER THE DRAMATIC CRE ATION OF SIM1LAB TITLE. SO MUCH FOB THE LORD CHUMLEY?IN ADDI TION TO THESE (WHICH WE HAVE KEPT CON STANTLY ON HAND FOB OVER TWO YEAR8) WE HAVE CAPE COATS MADE UP IN ALL THI LEAD ING PATTERNS-BOTH DOMESTIC AND IMPORT ED-UL8TERS, STORM COATS, TROTE OOAT8, FUR-TRIMMED AND FUR-LINED COATS. IN THE VARIETY THAT IS FOUND ONLY IN ESTAB LISHMENTS OF THE HIGHEST STANDING. THE MATERIALS EMBRACE EVERYTHING StITABLE FOR USE IN OVERCOATS. AND EACH GARMENT is a tailor-made one-perfect fitting, AND MOST THOROUGH IN ITS CONSTRUCTION. 8AK8 AND COMPANY, PIONEERS OF NOVELTIES IN CLOTHING. SEVENTH STREET AND MABKET SPACE dlO A Feast For The Multitude. A chant* to bay Holiday Gift* at about hall r?vulir price. A PERFECT MECCA FOR YOU. A special lot of Holiday Goods, bought from an over stocked manufacturer, as follows: Albums Id Plush, different colon U.7 i?at] worth 50: * 17n?w?rtiT tvffj$ i~8&~ 'worth'' and uiauy other price*. ^ ork Boxes of all kinds at the following Reduced Prtcj": worth 75c.:i?l 24, worth (1 75. AL4S, worth ?2, $1 68. worth #2.50: J 1.74. worth (2 75. ? e claim to have the l?est selected stock In Dremlnfr C"f?and offer them at 75c. worth *1.25: 9tto.. worth ?1 .2; li- 32 '? ?1 ^4. Worth t'J 50. $1 08, !i SI.98. worth $3, aud many other* eaually a* cheap in proportion. Oase*. ?8c , worth *1.40: worth *Vl*' CompMlion?' 98c- worth $1 40; <2 24, MjfcuirSete. m follow* ? 49c., worth 75c. > 74c ?orth ?l; si.74. worth ?2 75; 9'i 88, worth ?4. Bras* Piteher*. 4ttc.; rotrular value, 76c German Bisque Figures as follows: l.V , worth V5c : BMc" WOTthSl Soworth ~,&c ? 6. worth 85c.; Photograph Fram?a In Brae*. Leather, and the new Cretonne Finish. at 24c.; worth 35c. A Special Lot of Bl*que aud Wax Doll* at lea* than half value. Having concluded to cloae out onr Mirror*, we offer them to the public retrardless of oo*t in order to make a clean sweep before the Holidays. Come and see our Prtce*. and yon will surely be tempted to boy one We have also a Lot of Holiday Ware left from last seaaon, consisting of Ea " Desks. Albums, Key-Rj other Item* of interest i ^ ? almost any price, a* we have determined not to carry them over wrain We have also Several Thouaaud Doien of Gent'* Fine Suspender*, warranted English Rubber, Extraordinary Elasticity, aeloct styles, aud offer them at 17c. per pair; regular values 25 and 35c " e would advise all to make their Holiday purchase* a* early as posaibleln order to insure prompt delivery, to ret the benefit of the full assortment* and to ret better attention before the rush aud jam of the last LANSBURGH k BRO.. tt ... ? 4?,?- and 428 7th*t.n.w. Until after the Holiday* our establishment will bo kept open until 9 p.m. J. W, Boteler & Son, Hay* opened their Lateet Importation* of DINNER and TEA SETS. GAME and FISH SETB. TABLE CUTLERY. PLATED WARE RICH. HEAVY CUT and ENGRAVED GLASS WARE ROGER'S GROUPS, BRIC-A-BRAC and GOODS SUITABLE FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS. PIANO AND BANQUET LAMPS. i. W. BOTELER A BON, d7"<? 923 h. ava. 1-1 f? I 1 PI A V t 1 V k I Bddd "i I > OOG 00. OO DDD RSSo iss y y u s uqq8 oo? oo Bdd* ARE NOW READY FOB INSPECTION. PRICES MABEED IN PLAIN FIGURES AND GUARANTEED TO BB THE LOWEST. j?V|S. DD A A V iiHsT 719 MABEET SPACE. dS CotMr Sth strtet. $12.50 At the LONDON ABD L1VEBP00L CLOTHING OO, 7 th aad G ats. Gento Suits StiouBBD AND PBBShitD FORffl. "Special News* Fob Mobdai. WOODWABD k Lomor. OOXTINr AT105 or orm SUKD HOLIDAT DISPLAY 0? BUTT ABLE CHRISTMAS GIFTS, irrvERors additional attractions Here to s oarefully oompiled llat for special Dolls. bisque. jointed. 25. 50c and II Dolls, patent bead. 25c. Dolla. bisque head, dialed, kid body 50c. Dolla, all bUyue, drmil 75c. Bolls, extra alss. kid body ~..... 81 Dolls, Urge On, prettily diwn) 81 25 Dolls, larre. handsomely dmni . 81 50 to 85 NoT?-We har* thousands of Dolls of every kind. sis* and nationality. Handkerchief* for Children ft to IS Me. Baadkerchiefs. White, for LadlM 10 to 2So. B'dk'fa, colored borders. for Ladiee.-lO to 26c. Handkerchief a. white, for Mas 12H to 50c. Handkerchiefa. coL bard, man'a 1?H to 25a Handkerchlsfa, acalloped edfea 25c. to |1 Handkerchief*,"Inltiala," ladles'.. .15 to STMo. Handkerchiefs, "Inltiala." men's 25 to 50c. Handkerchief a. China allk ,25c. to $1 Handkerchiefs, fancy Silk 60c to 81 Muffler*, white caahmere 2.* to 60c. Muffler*, allk, white and colore 75c. to S3 Ladiea' Black Hoeiery 25. 35, and 60& Ladiea' t'ubleached Hum SI, 25, and 33c. Ladiea' Fsacy Hoee 26, 37K,snd 50c. Ladlee* Black 811k Hose....81- tl 23, aud Si 60 Children'a Black Hoee 26, 35, and 60s. Children* 8ilk Ho*e $1 aud #1.25 Men'a t'nbleached Bom 14.25. and 37 He. Men's Fancy 8triped How 26 and 37c. Men's "Fsst Black" Hom 37 and 50a. Ladiea' All-Linen Collara 10 and 12?o. Ladiea' All-Linen Cuff* 10 aud 12t4c. Heck RuchlnfS, 6 yards In bos 25c. Keck Buchinra. 0 yds. In bos. ,60. 75c... and |1 Fancy Scarf. Ladiea'... 25 and 50c. Mull Ties, Ladlee 12*. 25. 37 and 60s. Mull Fichus. Ladiea' 60 aud 75c. Black Lace Scarfs, Ladiea'....... SI ^0 and 818 Embroidered Silk Sbswlettee, Ladiea* S5 Black Caahmcre Shawls, Ladiea' 82 Colored Caahmere Shawla, Ladlee* 8130 Fancy Plaid Shawla $3 Glomes, Kid. for Ladiea .81 Gloves, Kid, for Ladies (finer) 8130 Gloves, 8-button Mousquetairee, Ladiea*. 81 Gloves, 5-button, Opera Shades, Ladiea'. .81 75 Gloves, Eld, for Mlaaea 81 and 81 25 Glove*. Suede, for Mlaaea 81.35 Olorea. Kid, for Men 81 and *1.50 Olorea, Eid, for Boya 81.25 and SI 35 Gloves, Kid, Lined, for Ladiea 81.50 Gloves. Eld, Lined, for Mieaee 81.26 Gloves. Eid, Lined, for men 81 and 81.50 Gloves, Eid, Lined, for Boys 75c. Gloves, for Ladiea, Cloth ?...25 to 50c. Gloves, Cloth, for MiaaM 26 to 46c. Gloves, Cloth, for Men 50 to 75c. Gloves. Cloth, for Boys 37 and 50c. Mittens, for Ladiea and Miaeea 25 and 50c. Mittens, for men aud boya, 37 and 50c. Boys' Suspenders 15 and 26c. Boya' Windsor Tiae I.V. Men'a Scarfa (U1 colorings) 25c. Men's Fine Scarfa ?...50 and 75c. Infants' Crochet Bootees 25c. Infanta' Silk Boot***..........................81 Infanta' Baaketa, plain 50c. Infanta' Baaketa, trimmed $3 Infanta' Baaketa, fumiahed 85 Infanta' Worsted Sacquea .....60c. Infar.ta' Plush Caps 81 luXhts* Slips 25 and 50c. Infants'Ernb. Drenea 1 and 82 Infanta' Caahmere Cloaks 83 50 Infanta' Caahmere Wrappers ?....81 Infanta' Fancy Cloth Cloaks 85 Mieaee' Newmarkets 7 to 810 Children'* Suits .....3 to 810 Misses' Suits 5 to 815 WooWn Dress Pattern* 1.50 to 810 Calico Drees Patterns 64 to 90c. IndifoBlue Patterns SO and 90c. Gingham Dress Patterns. 81 and 81.25 Satteeu Dreee Patterua .....8125 and 83 Black Wool Dreee Pat tenia. 82.60 to 87 Combination Dress Patterns (Wool and Striped Plueh) 80.50 to 810 Combination Dreae Patterns (Plain snd Striped Wool) 80 60 to 810 Black 811k Dreaa Pattern*, 20 yards 818.80 Black SUk Dreaa Patterns, 20 yards 818.80 Colored Silk Dress Patterns, 20 yards (allcolors. Surah Silk)..... 813 Colored 811k Dress Patterns, 20 yards (all colon, Groe Grain)..... 920 White L*ce Curtains. 81 and 81.50 Ecru Lace Curtains 81.50 and 82 Chenille Turcoman Curtains... 88 Madras Lace Curtains ?2 Swiss Tambour Curtains ...........86 Irish Point Lace Curtains. 80 Ready-made Window Shades. 43a Towels, All Linen. ?..IS* snd 25c. Towels, All Linen, All White 37c. Towels, Knotted Frlncwd. 25c. Curtain Polea. 25 aafl 50c. Tapeatry Table Cover*. ?....81 and 81.50 Men'a 8hirts 60 and 75c. Boys' Shirts 50a. Men's Collars... 12)4 and 20c. Men's Cuff*. 21 and 25a Boys' Collars 1214c. Men's 8aspenders 25,50c. and 81 Print Bft Comforts .. .. tl Sateen Bad Comforts 92 SUk Quilted Down Comforts .....810 Quilts, double bed Quilts, Fancy, double bed ..81.75 Quilts. Fine Marseilles (2 (Junta, Crochet, for slnfle beds 86c. Blankets for double beds 82J>0 and 82.7ft Blanketa, doable bad. finer 83 Blankets, double bad. all-wool $6 Blanketa. Bed. all-wool. 85 BUnksts, Gray, double bad ?2.&0 Blanketa, Gray, all-wool ?? $5 Damssks, 66-inch, blsschsd. ftoc Damasks. Turkey Red. 00-inch 50c. Doylies, Whlu with Bed checks ftOe. Doylies. Turkey Bad...... ,$i Damask Napkins. 81 sad 8125 Damssk Bets (cloth sod napkins). 84.85 sad ?? In addition to the above enumerated arttclM we have everything usually foaad ta s first das* Dry Goods snd Fancy Goods inset, and if we have not ?Ssssl what want oe whst you think of (Ivtaw. for it. and it will be forthcoming. SPECIAL BOTICE?In bvytiff new j alii WOODWABD ft LOTHBOF, rwm.m.9.* Cmmui Puum WATCHES It V. <ULT. MO. * 00, 1107 KXXA. AVI, CALL ATTirnOS TO THD1 STOCE 0? ?'ATCHES. COMPRISING ALL THE MOST DK ?IAABLR MOVBMEXTS AND STT1XS OF CASINO. nto* the lowut price fob which a he liable t1me-EEEPEB CAM BE BOUGHT TO THB most EXPEXSIVE thiy HAVE IX GOLD CABS* specially FINE movements LARGE size. fOR GEXTLEMT.X MEDIl'M SUE. FOB GEXTLEMEX.. small size. FOB LADIE8 IB SILVER cases. LABGE size. FOB GENTLEMEN ?...S1S small size. FOB LADIES .. Sift small SIZE. FOB BOTH these WATCHES BEAB OCB firm same AXD ABE FCLLT GUARANTEED misses' SILVER watches. ?8 AXD SIB american WALTHAM WATCHES OF ALL GRADES IX gold cases from *S0 UPWARD IX SILVER cases CORRE8POXDIXOLT LOW. d8-3t Special Bargaix* For The holidays. FRAVE M LEWIS. 1215 PEXXA. AVE WALTHAM WATCHES. FOR GENTLRMEX *St TO *100 FOR LADIE8 ?S5 TO *50 ALL IX SOLID 14-EARAT GOLD. SILVER watches S10 TO WO WEDDING IXVTTATI0X8 AXD VISITIXO CARDS CORRECTLY ENGRAVED, FRANK U. LFWIA. dS-Un 1S15PA.AVH. Harris & Shafer, HIS pennsylvania AVENUE. Call Attention to tbnr wj larye aaeortment of CHRISTMAS PRESENTS In Xoreltie* of Tiblt, Toilet, And Library Article* in Sterlin* Silver. WATCHES. Very tuperior Odd and Silver W*t<-h?* for Gentle men and Ladjea, made eapocially for u* in Genera. Also, a full line of Walthaui Watchm. DIAMOXD JEWELRY In Xccklarea. Braceleta, Poudanta, and Ring* in (TMl variety and at popular price*. CLOCE8. BRONZES. AND FANCY GOODS Of oar own eelactin* in London. Paria. and Geneva. CANDELABRA Of our own importation in three handsome daaiirns of each, X 4, and S IWrfata, At the lowerfl price* In the market. dS 2w Topham-s Fixe Leather Holiday GOODS. Unexcelled lor BEAUTY, QUALITY, AXD UTILITY. And Varied Aaaortment in POCEETBOOE % CARD-CASES. Plain ana Silver Mount*, WRITIXQ TABLETS, IXE STANDS. PHOTO CASES, LETTER CARER, BILL BOOKS, PURSES, maxicure AXD JEWEL CASES, Ivorjr,Gold, and Silver Monnt RIDING AXD OO WHIPS, And Man j- Other Goodi. The Larseat stock in the City of Fine domestic AXD IMPORTED STYLES. It Will Pay Yon to Examine Our Stuck. JAMES 8 TOPHAM. _48-2w 1231 Pennsylvania a\ene^ 1>hiladelphia StORE holiday GOODS! HOLIDAY GOODS! Don't wait until lb* la*t minute Buy now. Yea ret the choice and J uat aa cheat DOLL BABIE8! DOLL BABIES! In mat variety Big on?a and little nMt White and Black. Cheap and Pine. Fancy Oooda. Fancy Baaketa. Scrap baaketa. Work Boxea, and Jewelry B?ut. Jsyrfl***1 ^ va^ w^h w.m BROXZR VASES All price*. Perfumeries Toilet Watm, Fine Soar*. Ac. Holiday Bandkerchiela Id Linen ana S lor Ladle*. UenUentOBL and ChJdrct. from 5c. ap to SI. Jmt received a full Una of Silver and Gold Umbrella* lor Ladtae and Gentlemen Chrietmaa present WSLSVMWL JJSUTiS ?Ik.WiSyf.'R. aeef Use ever offered. Initial Haudkarcmef* (Gent*') in Only 60c. Worth 76c! Full line of Dm* Good*, in Colored and Black. cakmabt B LEIDY. M P88 7th and 70S E at n.w. Ladies' Furs Axd Wraps. Froah supplies of Ladles' i "(SSSSi?o. %