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THE EVEXING STAR.
WASHINGTON: D ETM1SG WTJLM hu Ik* fUleet UmI UmlKiM tfuT l>? WerM. iWun AlTCTlUiif X(?U h w*t? tku all the *tk?r ] luwmrat of the circulation of Tn Enrrrao Br am for th* week ending December 22. 18X8. Moxbat, December 17, 1888 26,228 Ttosbat. December 13.1888 26,866 WniwstT. December 19. 1888.... 26,930 TnuDti, December 20, 1988 27,028 Fmbat. December 21, 1888 26,819 Satvsdat. December 22. 1888 80,484 Total 164,806 Atsiios Daily 27,884 OtniBonm Wm, 1887 26,685 I *nl*mnlj nmr that the above is a true and mm> statement of the circulation of Tax Eranna Sxas for the week ending December 22.1088. F B. Koraa. Treasurer Evening Star Newspaper Co. Sworn to and subscribed before me this J twenty-fourth day of December, A. D. 1888. Jon T. C. Clam, Notary Public. In a few hours Christmas day will hare com* I again to the world, bringing to Christian countries and to Christian people a special re membrance of the Saviour's birth, to childhood the annual visit of Santa Claus, the welcome hearer of many gifts, and to all classes and to all agee a festival of peace and good will, in which the petty cares of life that oppreas or annoy should for one day at least be forgotten. To the pleasing practice of the exchange of ! gifts, which heathen Rome probably fixed as a feature of the season's observance, should be added the Christian custom of gifts to the de serving without bop* of return, in recognition of the tenth that it is more blessed to give than to receive. The tendencies of the age to intense selfishness and the worship of material things will b* most effectively counteracted by as sociating with the children's enjoyment of the festival of childhood and the gifts which it brings the thought of the welfare of others and intelligent charity towards the needy and suf fering. To think of others as well as of self, to give and not merely to exchange, are th* les sons of the day. ? merry Christmas to all and God bless us every one! Mrs. Cleveland is reported as condemning the cigarette. If the Cleveland campaign of 1888 had been conducted on anti-cigarette, anti-bustle lines, pleasing to the people, and tiresome and dangerous tariff complications had been avoided, the result might hsv* been different. Santa Clans, by reason of circumstances over which the weather bureau is supposed to have control, cannot visit Washington to-night in his sleigh. Bat he may come by electric road and the omnipresent overhead wires, furnishing to the latter a temporary excuse for living. Hayti has done the proper thing in turning over the captured American vessel; and Mr. Preston will continue to be the dean of the diplomatic corps at Washington. The victori ous American navy should now proceed to Some obstructionists have wantonly inter fered with the District's Santa Clans, and Wash ington's Christmas stocking contains no new post-otiice building. One of the Boston newspapers has raised the question, why the taste for public statuary in America runs all to the representation of mili tary heroes, and neglects so many great men in civil life. It is a pertinent inquiry, and one that has doubtless suggested itself often to the minds of Washingtonians and visitors to our city. The civil war, of course, gave a decided impulse to th* market for statuary tributes, and, as most of the popular heroes of that era were men of the sword, it was natural that a martial atmosphere should pervade even the sculptor's art. Regiments and corps and divis ions and armies had the fame of beloved lead ers to perpetuate, and chos* a counterfeit pre sentment in bronze or marble as the most ' fitting form of monument. But now that most of the war heroes have been provided for, is it not time to turn our attention to thos* public servants who have won recognition in state craft and the civic arts ? It is^ratifying to see that there is a tendency to do something of this sort. The dedication of a statue of William EL Seward in Auburn, and the erection of one of Benjamin Franklin in this city, are among it* most recent manifestations. But we ought to see more of them. Professor Henry onght not to be left companionlese in the Smithsonian grounds, or Chief Justice Marshall at the west front of the capitoL The appearance in life of the great men of science and literature, politic* and the fine arts ought to be a* familiar to the people of the United State*, through their ramble* about th* street* and parks of their capital eitT. as that of Moore and O'Connell and Goldsmith and Burke is to the Irishmen of Dublin. The overheated flue, as a destroyer of public buildings, has not made its customary record in the autumn of 1888. but has not permitted (he year to close without forcibly impressing upon the public the necessity of a careful in- | spection of flues before use and of close watch ing afterward. Carelessness in this respect led ] to the burning of Christ church in East Orangs, 5. J., yesterday. Mr. Pulitzer has presented to the city of | Paris, and th* municipal council ha* accepted, statues of Washington and Lafayette. Is this the precursor of a continental edition of the World? _ Rumors reported by grapevine telegraph, as to the content* of Santa Claus' pack this y?ar, includ*: for President-elect Harrison?Seven hun dred and forty-three ready-made cabinets. ' Tor President Cleveland?A steamer trunk. Th* United State* can worry thminti the Christaaa holidays, at any rate, without a min ister from England, and can, without ill-will, extend to John Bull, with other European neighbors, th* court**i** of th* Mason. In th* multitude of Christmas blessings which come to Uncle Sam the abeent boon of the appoint nt of a snec?sor to SackviU* will not be Daltoi & Stkicxlasb. , WOMJLS'S, AST) CHTU>?W Tobsfoaadln this dty. COHTOBT. nrmniT ity a*D iTYLX ?d wtOi the stock to ss&et frees. V* TO scrr ALMOST KVEBTOn WHO CAXJA CHRISTMAS P&XSESTS sad wtdtfea 039 rmmTunA ayzsvb. K STILL HAVE a full wooLm DWOO, 7Uao40sts-| \V ? have SCMUOCt lAXOAlirs IK ALL~OCl " hmlasiliwUci would bsesstssstssdvwilsa. Wru Open To-morrow (cmmu) ram 1 o'clock p. k. Owfaettetk tatanl Satt Me UO dock (track t t?k?ir. Tky ealtethatwaa* 884 would be eoldat 913.75 tti ihiUa at leaatamonth before thla betfan. Thanaw Tka ?Kfl doubU wh?t)icr adrertlalng pay*, truthful, kooeet, uprifht adTartldmr ' CO.'8 ?edTertlaInf what yon bare to ahow tka mull thit sceptic ahoald hare been la oar store to-day. Cutter*, Momh, bmhalman. ware all called Into requlaltlan to aid oar ealeamen In eupplyla* the demand, and that de mand cams tram tka tekol* ptopk. The merahant aa an expert, and GREAT the mechanic. Tka clerk and the employer came tor ether, end they did not come la vain. Occasionally are woald hear tka remark the* a brother er father had a ault like that one. Ha could buy It now at 913.75. It coat ?10 more a month a?o. What are we to do! Are we to carry ?Lit thla aeeaon's stock orar; or do you ex pect us to show you a bran new ttockf There is not In America a kcftae of our alxe that carrleeaa/?r aulta from one as aeon to another aa we do. And thla la the way we do It: Offer them to you refardleee of their ooat or former BALI. price. 8AXS AND COMPACT, GKKAT SUIT I ALE. (ETEtTB STB 1ST AND MARKET SPACE. __ We Hate Been Telling You qA Oar $8.80 and (14.00 FBOCE AND SACE SUITS, WE *OW WANT te call your attention to oar BATIK-LINED OVERCOATS AT 814.00 THE CACSE of thla great Mark Down 1a simply that oar Stock la laigw than It ahould be. B I S E M A N BROS., SEVENTH AND E STREETS, MAXTTTACTURING CLOTHIERS AND TAILORS. n27-3m * A MM MM EES RRR RRR T T AA MMMM I R R R R V V A A MMMM FRRR RRR T V AAA MMME R R R R V A A M M M EES R R R R T .XX MM MM A CSS, XX ..MMMM AA S " X M MM M A A SSK XX ? M M M AAA nTs XX M M M A A TBS IS BOUND TO BE THE RESULT OF MAKING SOME FRIEND THE HAPPY POSSESSOR OF ? PAIR OF OUR HANDSOME COMFORTABLE TOILET SLIPPERS, mw crtof *t Juat about ONE HALF THEIB VALUE Every Pair to be Cloeed Out by 11 F. M. TO-NIGHT. WM HAHN k CO.'S RELIABLE SHOE HOUSE, Main Store, 816 7th at Weat End Store, 1928 Fan. are. Capitol HOI Store, 831 Bean. are. ml &w?. retyped and ?jU be aoid at moderate wlcee, wiik ZgjprJrra&.rsL s. zzjxziz Geo. Btieal, Jr. ?1S 8EVEBTU STREET H. W., DISPLAYS AH UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE STOCK OF BRONZES. SCONCES, STATU ART, atftium UBBABT. PIANO, BOCHES TKB AND B. H. TABS LAMPS; ALSO DECO BATED GOODS. ABTI8TS> OOLOB BOXES AND Goods Fob Reception and evening ina 2?-inch reining shadM of China, Mo. SO " evening shsdss of Surahs, 75c. ai 91~ M - evening ehedes of Sarshs, 91 Evening shsdssof Sottas. 35. SO. 76. 91.end 9135. 90-insh evening shades of VWlto Franoais, SI .1*. 22 " evening shsdes of Satin Marveilleux. 9LS5. Evening ahadee of Pompadour Satins, very bond ?0M.91 48-inch Figured Ohm, la all shades, |LM; Nftt lar valoe, *2. 48-inoh Striped Ohm, in all shades, $1.50: regular nhsilS. 48-inch 8tripod Gauss, la all shadss, 00c.; rsgular nlw, 91-35. 22-inch Striped Crops do Chine, in Whits, Cissm, and Straw, at 76c.; rstrular rains, 91.23. Black Nets and Gausss, at all prices, from 91 op. All the Trimmings, Neck Fixings, Gloves, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs.sad other things anrrssaiy to complete an evening drees Is carried in stock by as at whatever price Ton wiah to expend. A dark room for the display of evening shades, which helps materially in sslsctlng colon to harmonies. LA5SBUBGH k BRO, 420, 422, 424 and 428 7th St B.V., dS4 417, 410 8th at a.v. VlCTOR E. AdLER IS THE CCS todian of the pnblic happiness and he proposes that everybody shall have a pood time if he can belp them to it. Especially thoae that hare a hard time most of the year will And him laying for them. If yon are hard to suit, dHBcnlt to satisfy, YOTJ ARE THE errs tomsr we are after. We'll snit yon, please you. satisfy you, make you happy. What more do you want? If you want to know whether we are able to keep our word, whether we can back all our brag with good, con scientioua performance, why, ASK ANY OLD CCS Tomer of ours and well aland by hla testimony. A man that won't keep hlfc word, that goea back on his promisee, that tries to work up a anap, HE I8N*T WORTH A CCS pldors or any other cheap and nasty article. We want to give you a good time. Are you with us? If ao, Just get a more on you and come to < VICTOR K. ADLER'S 10 PER CENT CLOTHING HOUSE. 10 027 and 020 7th at. n.w? corner Massachusetts are. Strictly One Pries. Open evenings till 0 until aftsr the Holiday*. Sat urdays till 11 p.m d24 U N TIJ JANUARY 1ST TEN PER CENT DISCOUNT FOR CASH ON OR BEFORE DELIVERY. THIS DISCOUNT WILL BE ALLOWED ON EVERT ARTICLE IN THIS ESTABLISHMENT. YOU KNOW EVERYTHING NECESSARY FOR FURNISHING HOMES FROM CELLAR TO ROOF, EXCEPTING CROCKERY,. HARDWARE AND TINWARE, ARE FOR SALE HERE FURNITURE OF EVERT DESCRIPTION, CARPETS, AND RUGS OF ALL KINDS AND QUALI TIES. UPHOLSTERY GOODS AND IN TERIOR DECORATIONS OF ALL THE NEWEST AND BEST DESIGNS. / BEDDING OF VARIOUS KINDS. fcc_ Ao. ALL PRICES MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. W. B. MOSES A SON, CORNER 11TH AND F 8TS. N. W, Washington, j). 0, DISCOUNT 10 PER CENT UNTIL d?3 JANUARY 1ST. Js Ca Hutchinson, IMPOBTEB. Quality. *?8T"E 110 William........ 91.00 91.86 91-50 Fowler 1.60 1.76 8-00 ^ssMiessssssssesese 2.00 3.86 9M MOU8QUKTAIBX GLOVES, wear. UgMTaas.Whtts.OpaM Ws guamitss Glarsa which tsar wImb 9nt pot ??. HANDKERCHIEFS. ?chap to 93.00 REAL LACE HANDKERCHIEFS. GKul5d Foub Oats* Rkxhakt Sale. Beginning WIDKMDAY MOKV ntO, December 28th. ws shall inaugu rate a GRAND foot DAYS' BXKXAHT BALI, which will MlipM In its importance to own eustomera ur prertoua eale of this character. Daring the snonnous Christ sua trade-the largest at our history? It waa lneritable that ? great many goods and articles should become soiled, disarranged, crushed, crumpled, and otherwise disordered; so wo propose to brine all of theee goods to tbo front during tli* next At* days, and mart them at greatly reduced prices to cause their instant dlapoaaL Not baring had a Remnant Sale for two weeks past, the accumulation of Short Lengths, Odd Sizes, Broken Lots, Ac., is exceptionally large, hence strenuous ef forts will be made during the next four days to completely rid the stocks of this accumulation by offering extraordinary Inducements in price. In order to make this Four Days' Bem nant Sale doubly attractive, we ahall in due: Toeeed and Wrinkled Handkerchiefs, Ac. Odd and Slightly Soiled Handkerchiefs, Ac. . * . Chipped and Cracked Bric-a-Brac. Slightly soiled Imported Wares. Flush Boxes. Cases, Ac. Slightly soiled Dolls. Slightly imperfect Dolls. Dolls with disarranged hair. "Short Lengths" in Drees Goods. "Short Lsngths" in Wash Goods. "Short Lengths" in Silks. "Short lengths" In Black Qoods. "Short Lengths" in Flannels. "Short Lengths" in Damasks. "Odd Sixaa" in Glorea. "Odd Sizes" in Hotfery. "Odd Sices" in Underwear. "Odd Sizea" in Ooneta. "Odd Sitae" in Wrape "Odd Sitae" in Sulta. "Odd Slsee" in Cloaks. "Left-orer" Dresa Patterns in Wooleo . Goods. "Left-orer" Dresa Patterns in Calicoes. "Left-orer" DresoFatterna in Percales. ?*Left-o<fcr" Dreea Patterna In Glng hams, Ac., Ac. \ Owing to praes of business at this writing we are unable to epecify any par ticular items, eo simply make this an nouncement, and assure our customers \ that remnant bargains extraordinary will be offend, and direct their atten tion to our daily adrarttsemsnto for further particulars. VOODWABD A LOTHBOP, dS4 Oor. 11th end Fata. n.w. \ I You Smx Hat. Tm F A L AIS 0 V A L RRR R R RRR t I 1 1 1 nn if poo XN N O O N N N O N NN o no. N K.N QQQ " W THE PALAIS ROYAL never carrle* food* over, hence this eveniiig't opportunity for yon. THE PALAIS ROYAL. (Continued below). 20 P er Cent Discouxt. All ToUet Cues, Work-Boxee. Manicure Cun, Shar ing Cum, Handkerchief uid Glove Boxes, Collar and Cuff Boxes at 20 per cent discount. A few illustra tions ; Man's 91 811k Flush Sharing Case*, fitted with mug and brush, 80c. Men's |4 Sharing Cases, with mag, brush, raior, glass, $3 20. Ladies' 92.75 811k Plush Cases, with Celluloid bm*h. comb snd mirror, 92.2U Ladies' or Men's 83 50 Pln?h Cases, containing 8 Piece* itollet and manicure), 12.80. Men's 86.75 Plush Cases, containing 8 pieces (shar ing and toilet articles'. ?5 40. Men's $7.50 Plush Cases, with oxydized silver trim med toilet srticles. 86. ladles' 81.36 Plush Manicure Cases, with 5 pieoes of Celluloid, 81 08. Ladies' 83 Plush Manicure Casea,containing 7 piece* of amber, 92.40. Ladle*' 87.50 Plush Manicure Case*, with 10 arti cles of oxydlzed silver, 96. ?8c. Plush Work Boise, satin lined, fitted with 6 articles, 79c. 93.50 Plush Work Boxes, with mirror and 7 articles, 92. 98 25 Plush Glovs Boxes, with C*lluloid Glove Stretcher, 91 80. 93 Plush Boxes. With two glass bottlee and two com partment*. 92.40. 91.50 Plush Caaee, containing three piece* for baby'* use, 81.20. 93.50 Plush Caaee, with 7 celluloid toilet article* for baby, 92.80. THE PALAIS ROYAL. (Continued below.) Dolls At 20 Per Cent Off. Every Doll tn stock is therefore offered this evening at lees than the coet to us. ? THE PALAIS ROTAL (Continued below.) Cards At 20 Per Cent Off. Fifty per cent discount on tome Card*, for some of the most expensive Novelty Canla are still here. The prices were necessarily high. THIS EVENING THEY 8HALL GO, if low prices will more them. THE PALAIS ROYAL (Continued below.) Books At 20 Per Cent Off. Picture Books for the youngster*. Books of Travel for bigger children. Don't leave it till long after dinner, because the re duced prices will move them quickly, THE PALAIS ROYAL. (Continued below.) 20 Per Cent Off Art Goods. An opportunity to secure works of art in pottery at price* Just half what 1* charged generally. English Royal Worcester Ware. English Tapeatry Ware. Japanese War* (7 make*.) Th* price* were reduced 10 per cent this morning. This evening 10 per cent off the reduced prices, which brings the entire stock at 20 per cent below Saturdays prices. From 15c. to 918 for artistic piece* that usually coat from 50c. to 835. THE PALAIS ROYAL. (Continued below.) Umbrellas At Special Prices. 81.50 quality "Gloria" Umbrellas for 91.20. 82.48 quality "Gloria." with oxidized, burnished and plain sliver handles, for 82.20. 95quality "Conestoga" 811k Umbrella, with fancy ?terling silver handles, for 93 HR. 98.50 quality "Lyons" novelty-handle Umbrellaa for 95.68. 920 quality Man'* *olid-gold-handle Umbrellaa for 915. THE PALAIS ROYAL (Continued below.) Gloves At Special Prices. EVERY PAIR "PALAIS ROYAL" WARRANTED, ao that thould the Gloves split or be of wrong siw or ?had* or styls NEW OLOVKS WILL BE CHEER FULLY AND PKOMPTLY GIVEN. Thus can you aalely buy "Palais Royal" Gloves for presents with out knowing for certain the aize required. Ladle*' "Palais Royal" Kid Gloves from 91 to 94.50. Men'* "Palais Royal" Glor*s from 81 to 82 a pair. Boy's and Girl'* Glovee for 91 a pair. special LOTS FOR THIS EVENING. I*dl*s' 91-50 Undressed Kid Gloves (warranted) for 75c. Lsdie** 98c. Pigikln Moutquetslre* for 89c. Ladies' 25c. Caxhmere Gloves for 19c. Men's 9150 Kid Gloves (warranted) for 91.35. Men'a60c. Cloth Gloves twarranted) for 39c. THE PALAIS ROYAL (Continued below.) Slippers At 10 Per Cent Off. For Ladles, Men. Boy*, and Children we have Fancy Slipper* of all kinds. Prices lower than quoted at any ?hoe stor* In Washington. 10 per cent off the price you'U sec marked on the sole of each slipper. cmw TKMHumowi. "W RAPS At 10 Per Cent Off. Not for one or two odd styles, but for entire stock of ladies', missee' and children's latest novalUsa. Seal Plush Wrap* of all kind*. Cloth Kaglans, fee.. In all *tyl?*. T*a Gown* of every description. All the Holiday Bob** de Chanibre. Children's Ulstoer* of svsry description. WThe prioe you'll eee marked on eschlsthsr*> faced price made last week, deduct the 10 pet cent dis count and you ret a wrap at WHAT THE COST WAS TO US. the PALAIS ROYAL. (Continued below.) Remember The Servants. Choice of Broken Lota of 50c. and 680. Ho**, for 85c., or 3 pairs for 91. Fast Black Bibbed Hose, 25c., usually 35c. Tan par cant off the marked pricea of all warm skirts. 25c. Fine India Linen Apron* for 19c. 50c. Embroidered Linen Apron* for 39c. S sty lee Jinnee' and Waitxaasee' Cape for 19e. THE PALAIS BOYAL (Continued below.) . Notice For Christmas Dat. Fortheeonvanicnceof our patron* who ted It im poaatUe to be o* this evening, the stops wOl ha OPEN christmas DAT UNTIL MID-DAY. PALAIS 1 ROYAL ool un sr. am n at*. Black Snxs At Skoal Pi "Hi, w* are offtrlnj decided adractacea ta Bnpertor Hack Bilks at SL ?1.8ft, ?150, #|_TS, ?,?U0m4 * ta We guarantee the prieae to be the lowest. sad aak an inspection and ooenparison TVs prices are from 25c. to 91 P*r yard 1m* than ordinary prices. Handkerchief*. Mafflera, UmbreiUa, in (Teat variety All-wool Henriettas. 40 lac be* wide, at oOe. Flnaat Fronch Flannels reduced to 05o. Draas Pattens ta Great Variety. W. M SHUSTER ft 80X8, 91S ?mc. AVI. N? W. Burcheia 0FFER8 EVERY DESCRIPTION OF IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC STANDARD AND FANCY GOODS FOR THIS SEASON. TOO MANY TO ESPECIALLY QUOTE. READ THE ADVERTISED LISTS OF OTHER HOUSES. MY PRICES A&E THE SAME AS THEIRS, OR LESS. DEPOT OF SPRING LEAF TEA. 1325 F STREET. d22,24,20,28,31 Mrs M# J, Hunt, * 130U F STREET NORTHWEST. HAS ON HAND A LARGE LOT OF ARTIS TIC NOVELTIES FOR THE HOLIDAYS, AND WILL OFFER THE SAME AT GRKATLY REDUCED PRICES ON MONDAY. DECEM BER 24. 1888. d22 Books For All Time, By tlie Great Author*. In tine and plain Undiiifi, and Books especially made for thla Holiday Seaaon, adapted to every ta?tc. and at very reasonable price*. The Holy B.ble. In many binding*, from diamond to great primer type. Fine Stationary, ChrUtma* Booklet* and Art Print* C. C. PCRSELL, d22 418 bth at Holiday Goods. STARTLING BARGAINS. CLEARING OCT BALANCE OF UN TRIMMED BASKETS AT COST. JOB LOT OF MANICURE SETS FROM 50a TO <2; REGULAR PRICE $1 TO <4. GREAT BARGAINS IN HANDKERCHIEFS OF ALL KINDS. OUR 81LK INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS CAN'T BE MATCHED AT THE TRICE JOB LOT OF PORTFOLIOS. FROM 10c. TO ?1 EACH. TOILET SETS, ODOR CASES, AND NOV ELTIES IN GREAT VARIETY. FUR8 AND FUR TRIMMINGS, TABLE LINENS AND TOWELS WOF.K BASKETS AND WORK BOXES. HOLIDAY PRESENTS FOR EVERYBODY. SASH RIBBONS. NECKWEAR. fcc. CUTLERY, ENIVES AND SCISSORS, WAR RANTED BEST RAZOR STEEL BILK AND GLORIA UMBRELLAS. PLEASE SHOP EARLY AND AVOID THE gIU> A V YTTeSSa D AA V V TT 2 " n n A A V V II 88a D D AAA VT II DDD AAV II ?bS8 _ 71# MARKET SPACE. Elphonzo Youngs Company's FRIDAY ANNOCNCEMENT. CROWD. FEE C.OO R GO FE I r. _ o no .. REE- <XHJ . Imitation 1* flattery?we count it a compliment oar competitor* copy our business methods, we wslooms all to a liberal space in Tn BtaB. Bat remark* aside?we coma to-day to offer yon a CHRISTMAS HAM AT 2o. A POUND lea* than former prioas. They are a special lot ci folly aalacted aad cured in the most dsUoate mam ?xpraaaly for ths Christmas Table?a luxury you east afford to omit. WEISBADEN PRESERVES. Ia there ANYTHING nor* delicious, aad certainly nothiw >a a? nd effsctire ia appaaranee on ths table Weishaden Fruit displayed la a cut-gisss dish. Ws offer ia these goods BLOOD PEACHES. WHITE STRAWS' RRIE8. WHITE CHERRIES, RED CHER RIES, RED STRAWBERRIES, APRICOTS, *0.. AT ?Oo. A JAB OR *7.00 A DOER*!!! Spinach.] all iodi*(>*n*abl* }ast now. Ws hsvs mads a fair eat price of tbsss goods so ss to hatp rou keeping down yoi Osr great sals of Pilsw ill Gi Friilt Oak*. Nuts, Raisins, Candy, hk* (as an Bounced in tj , both as to I all who rMtowr plscs at I No Potato Cfcipe equal to oar* on be ted I MANDHELDTO JAVA ( A \Nord About t 4 DOW AXD CHILDREN'S CLOTHTX?. saturday M rREEMIXENTLT f*WTt_ drxn-s dat ix tu clotxixo suh *W. AND WE MARE SKOAL IWAIA TIOX8 rot Tim OX THAT DAT. OCX LDQ) or THUS GOODS All FCU axd oomplxte. axd theri n bo STORE IX THX CITT tX XIK-'X THE STOCK IS AS HEW AXD mU AS II OCXS XO TWO OK THREE TXAK OLD STOCK, Brr all or the latest xxw toai STYLES. AT TEX REDUCED CA8X PRICES WHICH WX HaVX FCT UPOX OCX GOODS CXTIL JANUARY 1. TOCLL FTXD BET TER RAROAINS HERE THAN AT AXT OTHEK STORE IX WASHINGTON. OUR CAPE-OVERCOATS FOR ROTS FROM 6 TEARS OLD TO IS. AXD OCR test surra, FROM 10 TO IS TEAKS. ARE specially STYLISH AXD CHEAP. E. B BAR NT* S CO, d21 031 PENNSYLVANIA ATX. Stinemetz & Sons, 1237 pennsylvania ATX. THINGS TOC CAX BUT: ALASKA SEALSKIN. Ion# ud *hort, WRAPS. SEAL PLUSH BASQUES, JACKETS. SHORT WRAPS, Plain and Trimmed. HUFFS. BOAS and CAPES. Freeh Supply MOR EL V SATS. Gentlemen'* HATS. SEAL CAPS. FUR MUFFLERS and GAUNTLETS. Everything In the Lateet Faahlon from Knox, New York, and H. HeaUi. London Gentlemen'* WALKING CAKES. Stiver and Gold Bead* PRESENTATION UHBRELI.AS. Don't fail to Me our Uuibrellaa. for I a litre and Qn tleiueu, ui Silver, Gold and Natural Stick*. B. H. STINEMETZ k SONS, d21 1*37 Penna. m . thrcujrb to 13th at G. G. Cornwell & Sons PRICE-LIST. HUTLER'S, WHITHAN'8. H AILLARD'8 AXD 8LAO SON'S CELEBRATED HIKED CANDIES. ABOVE CANDIES IN FANCY BOXER NEW MIXED NUTS. EXTRA FIXE 0 pound*. ?1 GOOD 8 ? $i. RICHARDSON fc robbins' PLUM PTPDIXG. ONE POUND 25c. TWO - THREE" 60c. *OUB - ~ .. tfc. RAISINS-EXTRA FIXE. 150 BOXES LONDON LAJTER RAISINS. 18c. pm pound. 50 BOXES FINE DEHE8A. 30c. per pound. 60 BOXES finest DEHESA. 35c. par pound. 200 BOLES COOKING RAISINS. FLORIDA ORANGES* PER DOZEN. 25c. " 30a " 36o. MANDARINS, per doten. 30e. MANDARINS, per dozen. 40c. TANGERINE per (loam. 40c. TANGERINE, per dor.en, 50c. LADY APPLLS. perfect. 250 Bbl*. MALAGA URAPE8. per poond 10c., SO* and 30c. MINCE MEAT. GORDON A DIL WORTH'S. litre Jan, 81 Si*. McMECHEN S. lanre Jara, 81.20. CAMPBELL'S, laq(?Jar*. 81. CAMPBELL'S, bucket*. Toe. GOoD "HOMEMADE," per pound. 10c. SWEET CIDER, per rail on. 25c.* BOILED CIDER <"Shaker'*">, per gallon. SO*. SEET CATAWBA, per rallon. ?5c. DRY CAT AW HA. per r^lon. W5c. CLALET, per gallon, W5c. THE FINEST PRODUCTION OF GOODS IX CN1TED STATES. MISS CLARE'S HOME-MADE CAKES, THE FINEST MADE ALMOND. 75c ANGEL POOD. 60c. DELICIOUS, 60c. CHOCOLATE. 75a ICE CREAM. 75a RAISIN MASH. 76* ?XOW-TLAXE, 76a. ORANGE 7So. POUND, 76c. WALXtrr, 76c. KEXXEDF8 CELEBRATED FRUIT ( ?AX DRIVER A HOLMES' CELEBRATED FRUIT OXX POUND TWO POUNDS, 60b. FIVE FOUNDS. 81.26. TEN POUNDS. ASS COME axd SEX OCR GOODS 1*1*. 1414, axd 1418 pexx. ati -> Plush Wraps AT REDUCED PRICES FOR houdat I rk of Vial tu *d?otd is UMaVFI?SffhiM"oa OHMIinnojlki^NfMM. L*M>