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THE EVENING STAR.
WASHINGTON:
MOTDAT iuurr ?? II
CIWIT *. NOYES Editor.
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ClmlatiM *fur >?waf?rrr ia the WnM,
?W as u A^trrtMif .Mrdlaa la worth
??r? thaa all the ether paprn pabliahed
la Waahlactaa.
Statement of the circulation of Tax Evxsnio
Btaji for the week ending January 5, 1889:
Moxdat, December SI, 1*88 20,815
Tctspat. January 1, 1889 25,322
Wu>91SOat. January 2, 1889 27,048
Thcbspat, January 3. 1889 27,145
Tvdat. January 4, 1889 20,987
bTUUiT, January 5, 1889 29,174
Total 102,491
Daily Average 27,082
Corrmpojcdcto Win, 1888 - 20,024
I solemnly swear that the above is a true and
Correct statement of the circulation of The
Kmmo Stab for the week ending January 5,
1889. F. B. Notes,
Treasurer Evening Star Newspaper Co.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
?sventh day of January, A. D. 1889.
John T. C. Clark,
Notary Public.
The Panama canal resolution, restating the
Monroe doctrine, met with unexpected resist
ance in the Senate on Saturday. Objections
were made to the form of the resolution, to the
abort time allowed for considering it. and by
?one Senators to the substance of the proposed
legislation, on the ground that the Monroe
doctrine had reference exclusively to political
influence and interference by European govern
ments in America, and not to connection by
them with an American commercial enterprise.
A struggle over a declaration of this kind
is unfortunate, as it tends to destroy the effect
of the expression of opinion, even though the
declaration is ultimately made. The occasion
seems to call for an assertion of the national
Jealousy of foreign interference in the affairs
of this continent. The French government
recognized that its direct participation in the
construction and control of the Panama canal
would be hostile to the traditional policy of
the United States, and when the canal was begun
it disavowed any intention to interfere. It has re
cently refused to make the enterprise a national
one. But the question whether France shall
undertake to complete the canal has become to
?ome extent a French political issue, and a
strong party declares in favor of such action.
The nature of the declaration which the United
States may make at this time will have great
influence upon French action. The question is
not whether the United States shall permit or
refuse to permit the Panama canal to be dug,
but whether the work of completing the canal
?hall be attempted by France as a government
instead of by Frenchmen as individuals. If
the declaration of the United States is firm
and in the line of its previous utterances,
not France, but another company, represent
ing largely French capital, will take the place
of the bankrupt concern. The suggestion that
the Monroe doctrine has reference to political
and not commercial interference neglects the
consideration that governments are constituted
for political, not for commercial enterprises, and
that any interference by them comes to be
political. If France as a government spends
national money in building a canal across
the Isthmus, she will as a nation
follow and protect that expenditure.
Any control which may be secured for this pur
pose over the place of construction will be ne
cessarily political, and any action by France in
the direction ?f such control will necessarily
be political action. The failure to make subs
tantially the declaration proposed by the pend
ing resolution will ^not only encourage foreign
governments to contend for control of the
Isthmian canal, but it will establish a bad pre
cedent by indicating that the old jealousy of
European political interference with the affairs
of thia continent is dying out. The United States
cannot afford to have the artificial waterway
connecting its Atlantic and Pacific slopes nnder
the control of a foreign government, a great
naval power, nor can it with safety, the future
being regarded, withdraw from the policy,
hostile to foreign interference, hitherto de
clared.
This week will bring nearly all the senatorial
contests to a conclusion. In but two states can
anything like a foregone conclusion be ex
pected. Senator Hoar in MassachuHetts and
Senator Manderson in Nebraska are assured of
reelection. In little Delaware and unhappy
'West Virginia there ia greater commotion over
the election of successors to Senators Saulsbury
and Kenna than the people of those states have
witnessed for many years. In North Carolina
and Tennessee two old and able public servants
are threatened with retirement by combina
tions of ambitious statesmen who believe in ro
tation in office. Out in Minnesota one of the
contests peculiar to that state is in progress, its
fate all depending on the holding of a caucus.
If there should be no caucus there is sure to be
a dead lock, and, in that event, neither Senator
8abin nor his chief opponent, Mr. Washburn,
of the famous family of public men. is likely
to win, but some lesser candidate, like Ignatius
Donnelly, who has laid aside his literary labors
to divert himself with politics. The result of
the week's elections will effect few changes in
the personnel of the Senate.
Mr. Stilaon Hutchins has sold the morning
Fo*t to Mr. Frank Hatton and Hon. Beriah
Wilkina, and the evening Pout will resume the
name of the Critic, with Mr. Hallet Eilbourn
again at the helm. Mr. Hutchins has shown
fine qualifications for journalism in the suc
cessful establishment of the Pott, but he now
decides to relinquish the newspaper business
to attend to other important business interests.
The Pott falls into good hands. Mr. Hatton is
known as a brilliant and capable journalist,
and Mr. Wilkins as an energetic and successful
business man.
Mr. Eilbourn has a warm place in the hearts
?f the public as a thorough good fellow and as
a zealous and intelligent advocate of District
interests, and everybody will be glad to see
him back at the head of the bright Critic.
The usefulness of the signal service in fur
niahing accurate meteorological history, if not
prophecy, was well illustrated last Wednesday
night, when the bureau wires brought from all
parts of the land the wonderful news that
Beither rain nor snow had fallen that day in
?ay part of the country. Twenty
years ago such a phenomenon might
have occurred twenty times a month,
but we should never have had the slightest
knowledge of it. When members of Congress
reflect that many generations of weather grum
blers have gone down to their graves ignorant
of the possibility of fair weather from ocean to
ocean, they should feel a kindness for the sig
nal service?especially when appropriations for
the bureau are under consideration.
The heroism of Robert McWade, of the
Philadelphia Public Lrdqer, in rescuing four
lives from death in the flames of his burning
home, deserves the applause of the. whole
fraternity. That he lost his valuable library
and all he had in the world while engaged in
saving life adds testimony to the disinterested
y of his heroism.
Mita M. J* 11 TNT.
130? * 8TBXTT X0BTHWZ8T.
TUTTJUJDAY. JAXCART 3,
?WUm AND EVEXIXQ BOXNETB
OF NEW DE8IOH8. d31
TtfeaodOeta
Demanding Immediate Consideration
THERE ABE 8ALE8 PROGRESS 05
OUR SECOND AND THIRD VliOOBft?BE
GINNING WITH THH MORNING AMD CON
TINUING osircyi a satvrda r stout
NTXT-WHICH DEMAND TOUR IMMEDI
ATE ATTENTION. NEVER BEFORE UNDER
ONE ROOF HATE SUCH BRILLIANT OP
PORTUNITIES EXISTED.
ON THE SECOND FLOOR THERE IS A
CONTTUATION OF THAT M08T WONDER
FUL OFFERING OF CHILDREN'S OVER
COATS. WE HA1} confidentlt INTEND
ED TO RRING THIS SALE TO A CLOSE ON
SATURDAT LAST-BUT TOU ENOW HOW
exceedinglt DISAGREEABLE IT WAS.
ALL DAT, AND HOW IMPRUDENT FOR
MOTHERS AND children TO VENTURE
OUT-SO WE DECIDED TO PERMIT THE
SALE OF WHAT WERE LEFT-AND
THERE'RE NOT MANY OF THEM-TO CON
TINUE AS FAB INTO THIS WEEE AS THET
WILL LAST. YOU ALREADY HAVE AN
IDEA OF WHAT THERE IS IN THI8 COL
LECTION-NO REGULAR LINE OF 8I2E8,
BIMPLT ONE OB TWO OF A KIND.
A LITTLE SUGAR.
WE'VE sprinkled A LITTLE SUGAR
SO TO SPEAK, ON THIS SALE. IN THE
SHAPE OF THE ODDS AND ENDS THAT
WE FOUND AMONG OUB B0T8' AND
YOUTH'8 OVERCOATS. THE SAME STATE
OF AFFAIRS EXISTED AMONG THESE
SIZES AS DID IN THE SMALLER ONES
BROKEN LOTS. A REDUCTION HERE
WILL BENEFIT SOME NOT REACHED BY
THE OTHERS. AND THE SAME END IS AT
TAINED FOR US?TO CLEAR THEM OUT
GIVE US ROOM. WE CAN'T DESCRIBE
EACH LOT OF TWO OB THREE, BUT WILL
GIVE TOU A DOZEN SAMPLES. THE PRICES
IN EACH CASE WILL BE FOUND TO EX
1ST IN THE SAME RATIO AS IN THOSE
WE 8FECIFT?WHICH TOULL SEE 18
ABOUT O.VE HALF OF THE REGULAR
MARKED PRICE.
LOT 3501?DOUBLE-BREASTED. OXFORD
LOT 3501?Double-breasted, Oxford mixed Cud
meres? A garment eminently proper on all occasions.
There are only two left?a guarantee of their popular
ity?both 7's. They were marked $4. Ton can have
them at (2.50.
LOT 2205?A wine-oolored Corkscrew Overcoat?
Han fly front, and la certainly a nobby garment?We've
only two left?They are both 13-year size?They were
$8?yon may have these two for 15,
LOT 5;J59? A double-breasted Storm Coat of min
gled Cheviot?Neat cassimere lining- and storm pock
eta? was exceedingly low fbr them, but all have
been sold except I of 11,2 of 12,2ofl3and 1 of 14
yearn?These we've marked 95.
LOT 2410?A handsome single-breasted, fly-front,
striped Cheviot Coat. The original price?98?sold all
but 3 of 11, 3 of 12, 3 of 13 and 2 of 14, and theae
you may have for $5.
LOT 2414?An elegant Mouse-colored Kersey,
with fur collar and cuffs and fancy Cassimere lining.
? 12 was what we got while the line was complete.
There is only 2 of 11, 1 of 12, 2 of 13, and 2 of 14
years left. What do you thint 0f them at 97? That's
what we've marked them. ?
LOT 2070?A Brown double-breasted Fur Beaver
Corded edge, serge body lining, and iron twist sleeve
lining. Nothing better for a boy's 6torm Coat #8 is
what they were. There's 1 of 13, 1 of 14,1 of 15, and
2 of 16 left, and they're yours for $5.
LOT 4230?Two elegant Beavera?Best k Co.'a (New
Tork) manufacture. Tou know this means the best
in the market. Italian body lining' and 811k sleeve
linings. We call them "The Little Dude Overcoat,"
and sold them originally at $15. Then marked the
odd aires that were left at ilO. These two-one of
each of 7 and 8 years?you can have for $7. Don't
forget this is an exceptionally rare bargain.
LOT 591!).?Rough, wear-resisting, serviceable Over
coat, with Cassimere lining. They were 96, then 94.
The two left?one each of 8 and 10 years?we've marked
92.50.
LOT 2675?Single-breasted fly front. ALL-WOOL
Cheviot overcoat, with ailk facings. Never sold for less
than 98. There Is 1 of 9, 2 of 11 and 2 of 12 years
left. 95 will buy one of them.
IX)T 5526? Blue close nap, single breasted, fly
front, Chinchills. Italian body lining and aUk sleeve
linings?corded edge. A dress coat, and we got 920 at
the opening of the season for them?dropped to 915 to
close out the broken lota. Just eight left?2 of 14, 5
of 15, and 1 of 16 years. We've marked these 910. A
chance in a hundred.
lot 2376?Single breasted, fly-front, ALL-WOOL
Cheviot?a regular 910 garment. There are 5 of 11
*\?97 ' ?' 3 of 14 years left you may have'
LOT 4849?Brown and Black, single breasted, fly
front, ribbed Cassimere. Were $8-what's left are 95
lof 10,1 of 12, 2 of 13 and 1 of 14. That'a all that
remain.
LOT ->488?Single breasted, fly-front garment, with
a velvet collar and serviceable serge lining, that we
have been selling at 98 we've marked 95. There are 4
of 14 and 1 of 15 years.
LOT .10.W-Single-breasted, fly front, brown Peter
sham, with handsomely bound edges and velvet collar
They ir? marked 95. The six that are left-1 of 14.
3 of 15, lof 16, and lof 17 years?you can have at
93.50.
LOT 3107 ?Boys' brown Kersey, double-breasted
Surtout. Facings and sleeve linings of silk. Canyon
imagine a dressier garment? They were 915. then 910.
The five left?3 of 15 and 2 of 16 years?are 97. Just
your chance.
LOT 3420?Blue Braver; double-stitched edges
velvet collar. Original price 910. NOW 97. One of
11, 2 of 12, 2 of 13, 3 of 14, and 1 of 15 years, are all
that's left.
LOT 6770?Blue Chinchilla?fly front, velvet col
lar and serge lining. An 98 garment. Two only left,
one each of 14 and 15 years, at 95. This is a great
snap.
tot 611?Single-breasted, fly-front. Brown Kersey.
Handsome velvet collar and a nobby coat in every par
ticular. They were 915?now 99. There's lof 10,
1 of 11, 1 of 12, 2 of 13 and 2 of 14 years left. Better
get one.
THESE FEW WILL GIVE YOU AN IDEA
OF WHAT TO EXPECT. ITS A GREAT
DEAL MORE THAN WAS EVER OFFERED
TOU BEFORE. WE HAVE A complete
SCHEDULE OF THE ENTIRE LOT ON OUR
SECOND FLOOR TOU CAN PERC8E THAT
LIST AND EXAMINE THE GARMENTS AT
THE SAME TIMR
ON THE THIRD FLOOR
upstairs ON the THIRD FLOOR
that GREAT 910 SALE OF men'S
and YOUTHS' 8UITS OPENED THIS
MORNING?and IT DID OPEN WITH A
RUSH?HOW COULD IT HELP BEING SO?
WHEN WE advertise TO sell 3,000
8UIT8 that you, nor NO one else,
COULD BUY UP TO THIS TIME for less
THAN 918, 916.50, 915, 913.50 OR (12 per
8UIT-and WHEN tou TAKE INTO con
SIDERATION that THERE'S not A gar
MENT HERE BUT WHAT WE ARE not
WILLING TO RECOMMEND?IT WOULD
BE strange INDEED IF 8UCH AN AN
NOUNCEMENT AS THIS DID NOT CREATE
A FURORE IS THE COMMUNITY
understand PLAINLT WHAT IT IS
SIMPLT A reduction OF SUITS IN ALL
THE fashionable fabrics THAT WE'VE
BEEN BELLING EVER SINCE THE COM
MENCEMENT OF THE SEASON FOB 918,
910.50, 915. 913.50 AND 913, SEDUCED
FOB OSS WEEK OSLY TO 910. POSI
TIVZLT SATUBDAY NIGHT WILL END
THIS SALE. WE 8TABTED OUT THIS
MORNING WITH 3,000 OF THEM-TOU
CAN'T ALL HAVE ONU-SO IT BEHOOVES
TOU TO TAKE PROMPT ACTION II TOU
INTEND TO PURCHASE
THE END SATURDAT.
satubday NIGHT WILL BRING ALL
THESE SALES TO A CLOSE, AND A CON
TIXUATION MUST SOT RE LOOKED FOR.
YOU'VE GOT FIVE DAYS LEFT AND THE
EARLIER TOU COME IB THE WEEK THE
BETTER FOR TOU.
?AK9 AND COMPANY,
DISPENSERS OF BABOAmS THAT THE
PEOKJB APPRECIATE.
>7 SEVENTH STREET AMD MARKET SPACE
Annual Sals
CAMBRIC AND MUSLIN UNDERWEAR FOB
LADIES AND MISSIS
COMMENCES MONDAY, JANUART 7.
We keep the most reliable and approved food*.
See Market 8pace Window.
Aak to Me the V. V. WAIST (or Children.
INFANTS' SLIPS AND SHOBT DRESSES.
NEW GOODS AND CORRECT PRICES.
embroideries. EMBBOIDEBIES.
J tut received first importation of Fine CAMBBIC
and NAINSOOK EMBBOIDEBIE&
Lot of Slightly Soiled and Short Ends of HAMBURG
EMBBOIDEBT at HALF PBICE FOB CASH. Call
early and secure Bargain*.
FEB OGO DDD A V VIIcSSo
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719 MARKET SPACE.
3*7
To Combine Elegance With
ECONOMY IS something TO BE GREATLY
DESIBED. WE THINK WE ARE NOW
ABLE TO DO THIS IN OUB merchant
tailoring DEPARTMENT IN A VERY RE
MARKABLE DEGREE.
FOR YEARS, IN FACT EVER SINCE WE
BEGAN BU-INE8S, IT HAS BEEN CON
CEDED THAT, CONSIDERING THE QUAL
ITY OF OUB GOODS. WE WERE THE LOW
EST PRICED MANUFACTURERS OF CUS
TOM CLOTHING IN THE CITY. NOW WE
ARE ABLE TO ADD ANOTHER VEBY IM
PORTANT FEATURE TO THIS BRANCH OF
OUR BUSINESS, TO WIT: THE MOST AR
TISTIC CUTTING.
MR. W. H. CRANSTON, WHO HAS FOB
YEAR8 BEEN HELD UP AS THE BEST
CUTTER IN THE CITY, AND WHO HAS ES
TABLISHED A reputation SECOND TO
NO ONE IN THE BUSINESS, IS NOW IN
CHARGE OF OUR CUTTING ROOM.
AS IS WELL KNOWN. NO ONE IN WASH
INGTON CABBIES A FINER OR MORE FASH
IONABLE STOCK OF PIECE GOODS THAN
WE DO. AND WITH THE BEST STOCK. THE
BEST CUTTING AND THE LOWEST PRICES
WE confidently LOOK FOR A LARGE
INCREASE IN OUR ALBEADY LARGE CUS
TOM department.
E. B. BARNUM A CO..
a7 931 pennsylvania AVE.
Wm. H. McKnew.
933 Pennsylvania avenue.
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Of every description, for street wear, calling, or the
finest receptions.
We guarantee every pair of our beat makes, and will
fit them if requested.
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In all the new shades of Silk, Fine Cotton, Lisle
Thread, and Balbrlinran. Our fast black Hose cannot
be surpassed by any other make in the market. Every
pair warranted not to rub off or crack.
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT ofl UNDERWEAR,
HANDKERCHIEFS, CORSETS (C. P. and P. D.,
makes), COLLARS and CUFFS, RUCHING,
VEILING, umbrellas, Ac., Ac.
Ladles will please remember our REDUCED
PRICES on WRAPS and CHILDREN'S CLOAKS.
SEAL-SKIN SACQUES atj GREATLY (REDUCED
PRICES.
WM. H. McKNEW,
Successor to It. H. Taylor,
Ja3-3m 933 Pennsylvania ave.
Sister Softsnap
I* gone on
BBOTHEB BLOWHABD.
His unadulterated cheek sells his adulterated goods,
and the Softsnap family are his victims.
let HER WENT 1
The Hardsense family and Hardcash family are our |
customer*. Do you wrnt
CHEAP CHUCK OB CHUMP CHEEK?
We provide the former. Cheap Chuck, and Blowhard
the Chump Cheek. Take your choice between the
chuckling CHUMP
or the
CHOICE CHUCK.
If our words don't have weight our goods do. You'll
get more Goods than Gas at
VIOTOB E. ADLER'S
10 PEB CENT CLOTHING HOUSE 10
92? and 989 7th si. n.w? corner Massachusetts ave.
Strictly On* Prioe.
Open Saturday* till 11 p. m. >7
TTNDEB AND BY VIBTUBE OF A GENERAL A8
U K1GNMENT. I WILL OFFER FOR BADE THE
STOCK OF GOODS IN STORE. NO. 424 9TH
STREET NOBTHWEST,CONSISTING OF?
STOVES, RANGES AND furnaces.
GRATES AND TILES.
HARD WOOD mantels.
BRASS FIRE GOODS.
RICH porcelains.
PIANO AND TABLE LAMP8.
NOVELTIES IN BRASS AND porcelain.
AND A GENERAL assortment OF SMALLER
ARTICLES USUALLY FOUND IN SUCH A STORE.
BEING THE ENTIRE STOCK OF
_ HAYWAKD A hutchinson.
THE STOCK WILL BE SOLJ) AT PRIVATE SALE
FOR A FEW DAYS. AND MUST BE CLOSED OUT
WITHOUT DELAY. ,
^The attention of the trade Is specially invited to this
All penons Indebted to ELIAS 8. hutchinson,
trading as HAYWABD * HUTCHINSON, are re- 1
queetra to call and settle at once, and all persons hav- ,
in* claims sninst him are requested to present the
saute within tore* mouths to
>7-l? BAML. MAPPQX.Agfiy.^
Ib
snjc warp Henrietta Cloths,
NEWEST SHADES AND FINEST quality AT ?x
PER YARD. THESE ABE THE SAKE QUALITY
THAT WE HAVE ALWAYS SOLD FOR $L50. THE
coloes ABE .THE LATEST AND THE FINI8H
SUPERB.
ISO BROADCLOTHS REDUCED TO |1.
150 DBESS GOODS SEDUCED TO *1.25.
125 DRESS GOODS BEDUCED TO tl.
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN ALL-WOOL HENRI
ETTAS AT 50o. ALL-WOOL CHUDDAS at62hc.,
REDUCED FROM 75c.
FINEST FRENCH FLANNELS REDUCED FROM
86c. TO 65c. LINEN TABLE CLOTHS AND NAP
EINS AT VERY LOW PRICES. special BAB
GAINS IN HUCE ALL-LINEN towel8 AT s3 peb
DOZ. H08IEBY AND UNDEBWEAB OF SUPERIOR
quality AT the LOWEST pos8ible PRICES
BLACE BIBBED SILE HOSE that will not
CBOCE AT |3 per PAIR, the BEST GOODS IN
the MAREET.
A job lot OF CHILDREN'S HOSE! AT 25c.,
REDUCED FBOM 37H and 50c.
BLACE FAILLE FBANCAIS and GROS GRAIN
8ILES, 25 PER CENT less THAN REGULAR
PRICES. BLACE AND COLORED SILE VELVETS.
WE HAVE TWO PIECES OF EXTRA quality
SILE VELVETS AT;$7 AND $9 THAT CANNOT
BE DUPLICATED, THEY ARE THE FINEST IM
PORTED.
GAUZES, NETS.AND ILLUSIONS AT REDUCED
PRICES.
W. M. SHUSTER ft SONS.
Ja7 810 PENN. AVE.
o ur Great Reduction Sale
IS STILL IN PROGRESS,
and the Suits marked down to $8.90 *re being taken
by storm.
TROUSERS TO ORDER $4.50.
You should see the tline of trouserings we are
making up at $4.50. They are faultless in fit and
finish.
EISEMAN BROS.
. SEVENTH AND E STREETS.
manufacturing CLOTHIERS AND tailors.
&27-3m
The New Parker ttammerless
Double-Barrel Breech-Loading Shot Gun has Just l>teii
received by the a^rent, ami si ortsmen are invited to
call and examine it at TAPl'AN'S sjhjrtsmeu kuiixjr
iuni, 1013 Pennsylvania ave. Ja7-lw
GOLD MEDAL. PARIS, 1878.
BAKER'S BREAKFAST COCOA.
Warranted ABSOLUTELY PURE COCOA, from whieh
the excess of Oil has been removed. It has ,?<,n than
three timet the ttrenv'h of Cocoa uuxed with Starch,
Arrowroot or Suirar, arid is therefore far more eco
nomical, cotting lt$s than one cent nriip. It is deli
cious, nourishing, strengthening, easily digested and
admirably adapted for invalids as well as for persons
in health.
SOLD BY gbocehs everywhere.
W. BAKEIt k u*.
ja7 Dorchester, Mass.
j? \Y. boteler & S ON
ARE OFFERING GREAT inducements
TO purchasers OF
DINNER AND TEA SETS,
GAME AND FISH SETS,
RICH, HEAVY, AND engraved GLASS
TABLE CUTLERY AND plated WARE,
PIANO AND banquet LAMPS.
nr BRIC-A-BRAC AT REDUCED PRICES.
3. W. boteler fc SON,
Ja5 023 Pa. ave.
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WERE SELLING FROM $1.48 TO $2.25.
We have been having an unprecedented run on these
goods, and we will continue the sale for
TWO DAYS LONGER.
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7TH. 8TH. AND D STREETS.
Fait. J
Daily Special {Store News"
FOB TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1889,
BY
WOODWARD k LOTHBOP.
This morning began the second week of our
grand Annul Jan airy gale* of Ladies Muslin
Underwear, Linens and Housekeeping Onols,
ready-made Bed Clothes, Hamburg Embroider
lea and Men's Unlaundered Shirt*. Every de
partment ia displaying entirely new pood*, and
we propose to make this week's sale more suc
cessful. 1f possible, than the lsst. by offering
bargains unobtainable elsewhere. A* an attrac
tion unprecedented we shall inaugurate, in our
Drees Good* Department, to-morrow morning. a
GRAND "REMNANT B.UJ! EXTRAORDINARY" TN
"SHORT LENGTHS" OF SERGES AND BROAD
CLOTHS.
We have Just consuraaW one of the miwt
Judicious purchases of our business experience
by securing from the Washington Woolen Mill*,
of Lawrence, Ma**., their entire balance of the
winter season'* accumulation of "abort lengths"
in Broadcloths and Serges at a price which en
able* us to offer them at exactly
FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
These lengths embrace all the season's most
fashionable shade* and Black, in piece* ranging
from 2 to Q\ yard*, and offers an opportunity
to our customers to buy Children's Dresses,
Coats, Cloaks, Ladies' Stcques, Jackets, Wrap
pers, and Suits which simply has no precedent
since we began business. These goods are All
Pure Wool, 50 inches wide, and perfect in every
respect.
LINENS AND HOUSEKEEPING GOODS.
This ha* been so far the most successful sale
of Linens and Hou*ekee|>ing Good* we have yet
inaugurated. It is most KTatifying. We are not
content to do the Linen Business as well as ever
we (lid. We aim to do it better every year.
Eigliteen-eighty-nine must eclipae eighteen
eigbtv-eight. We have the linens. If we can
get you Interested the desired result will fol
low. Here is another illustration of our nn
equaled buying facilities. A big New York
linn were having a(great ado about a Twenty
five Towel?the best they ever had, fcc. Wa
have hunted it, and to-day we offer you a hun
dred dozen of them. Not many, to be sure, but
more are to follow. It is made from Full
Bleached Hard-twisted Irish Linen Huck, meas
ures full '-'4 by 48 inches (extra sire), is soft to
the touch, guaranteed not to wash harsh, very
absorbent, and is unquestionably the largest
and best Towel we have yet brought to Wash
ing-ton to sell at Twenty-five Cent*; i?;i per
dozen.
Window Shades, ready-made and to order.
Another breathing-s|>ell in this department, but
only to catch second wind. You have kept us
going hard all the winter. There is precious
little satisfaction in a poorly-constructed win
dow shade. We stopped selling them some time
ago. Ours are now made on our top floor by
men of shade?experience and ability. The
materials are the best of their several sorts.
We pin our guarantee to every one leaving the
establishment. If you want shade* made to
order write us to send our man up with sam
ples, and to get measurement*. &c. We will
then give you an estimate, lowest of the low.
If you want ready-made shades here are two
good lots:
500 Holland Window Shades, 36 inches wide
and two yards long, hartshorn spring roller,
brass curtain pull attached; all colors; .-oui
plete, ready to hang and guaranteed (if put up
right) to run straight!v, smoothly, easily and
noiselessly.
ONLY 43c. EACH.
300 Opaque Window Shades, same length,
two inchcs wider, same fixings as above. Only
GOc. each.
(Fourth floor.)
LADIES' WINTER HOSE.
These two lots are reduced in price for no
other reason than that we have too many of
them.
Ladies' Fine Grade Cashmere Hose, with
merino heel and toe, in Cardinal, Garnet, Navy
and Seal. Reduced to 62)^c. per pair.
Ladies' Fine Natural Wool Hose, superior
quality. Reduced to 75c. per pair. This is 50c.
less than their usual price.
HAM^'ROS. We hav'nt the space tosay half
enough about Hamburg Embroideries. This is
to be their season too. We have them in quanti
ties and patterns as we have never had them
before. Not the usual run of ordinary pattern*
and work, but more choice, more select, more
elaborate work oil finer material. And yet we
ahall charge you no more, if indeed as much as
you will be asked elsewhere to pay for ordinary
patterns and material. 5c. to to per yard.
WOODWARD * LOTHROP,
Cor. 11th and F sts. n.w.
Extra Special Store News."
We below give the enumeration and minute
description of our
GRAND VALUES IN
MEN'S UNLAUNDEUED SHIRTS,
which are the product* of the same manufac
turer who has supplied us with shirts for the
past six years, and than which there are none
better manufactured to sell at the several
prices. These Shirt* are already so well known
to our customers that we simply give their
descriptions and price without further com
ment.
OUR "MASCOTTE" SHIRT AT 39c. EACH.
Made from cotton cloth the Bame weight as
amsutta, and only four picks coarser, pure
linen bosom, front of Shirt reinforced and
double-stitched, three-ply neck-band, three
ply wrist-band, linen faced, felled seams,
button-hole in front of neck-baud is hand
made, every Shirt is cut straightway of the
muslin and finished completely. Sizes, 14 to
1(!H inches. Only 39c.
OUR "PARAGON" SHIRT AT 50c. EACH.
Made from cotton cloth, same weight as Wam
sutta, and only few picks coarser, 1900 pure
linen bosom; front of shirt is cut out and the
three-ply bosom set in; buckings and interlin
ing* shrunk before used; front of shirt rein
forced and double stitched, back of shirt rein
forced and double stitched; three-ply collar
band; all seams felled; three-ply wrist band;
linen faced; French placket sleeves, with fac
ing; every shirt cut straightway of the muslin
and completely finished. Sizes, 12 to 13f< for
boys, and 14 to 17)4 for men. (12 different
sizes.) Only 50c. each.
OUR "PREMIUM" PLAITED BOSOM SHIRT
AT 02)$c. Made from a strong serviceable mus
lin, guaranteed all-linen bosom, reinforced
front, felled seams, gusseted, cut straightway
of the muslin, workmanship, fit and finish of a
high character, and will compare favorably with
the average shirt at a considerably higher price,
10 plaits. Sizes, 14 to 17. Only 62)4c. each.
Our "TALLY-HO!" DRESS SHIRT, at
G'-'Xc. each. Made from Utica Nonpariel Mus
lin, and improved over last year's Tally-Ho!
inasmuch as the bosoin was sewed oil,while thi*
season the iront is cut out-and a three-ply linen
bosom set in, faced with 1900 linen; three-ply
neckband; three-ply wrist-band, linen fa<-ed;
all seams double-felled; pointed yoke on Iwck
of Shirt; reinforced front; French placket
sleeves, faced; each Shirt cut straightway of
the cloth, and full 30 inches long; completely
finished and i^erfect fitting. Sizes 14 to 17J<
inches. Only (J'iHc. each.
OUR "EL MAHDI" DRESS SHIRT, at 75c.
each. Made from a splendid Cotton, counting
88 by 92 thread* to the square Inch, with a
weight o? 3.65; bosom of fine 1900 linen,
heavy shrunk backing, interlining* shrunk,
three ply wrist-band, linen faced and double
stitched; three-ply neck-band, linen faced and
doublcistiched; small seams,all felled; three-ply
tab to iKJSom; buttonholes made by hand; yokes
double stitched; reinforced front and back, cut
straight-way of the muslin, full 37 inches long;
and i>erfect fitting to the average man. Sizes
14 to 18 inches. Only 75c. each.
OUR "BACHELOR" DRESS SHIRT at 87?c.
each. Best muslin made, 2100 linen bosom set
in; all linen interlining* and backing; three
ply neck-luuid, wrist-band and tab. linen-faced
and doubled stitched; every seam double felled,
linen gussets; every button-hole haud-workrd,
plain joke, front and back doubled-stitched
throughout; doubled-stitched reinforced front;
back and sleeve facings doubled-stitched; cut
straightway, extra long, 39 inches: custom
made throughout and guaranteed to fit the aver
age man. Sizes, 14 to 18, only 87Hc. each.
OUR "F. F. V. IMPROVED" DRESS SHIRT,
CLAIMED BY US TO BE THE BEST $1
SHIRT IN THE WORLD. NOTE THE DE
TAILS:
First?It is cut upon improved and patented
principles, which produce effects never before
achieved in the fit of a ready-made shirt.
Second?The neck-band is so cut and made in
combination with the shirt a* to firmly hold the
collar in place, preventing it* riding or slipping
up over the neck-band, thus overcoming the
greatest source of annoyance to the wearer in
all other system* of cutting.
Third?The sleeves are so cut as to give the
greatest length where needed, so that the mo
tion* of the arm cannot interfere with the fit
of the body of the skirt, thereby relieving all
?train and wear at shoulder* and elbows.
Fourth?The sleeve* are reinforced at the top
to protect them against the wear of suspender
seams in outer garments.
Filth?The shoulder* and yoke are slope
curved and the back sp improved a* to give the
most room where it is necessary, producing a
clean fit in the back with no l-idgea, combining
grace aud comfort.
Sixth?The bosoms are three-ply linen
throughout, while the front 1* reinforced
(made double) on either aide of the bosom, so a*
to prevent cracking away in the laundering,
thereby strengthening the weakest point in a
shirt.
Seventh?This shirt is made from the best
grade of muslin, under the supervision of the
patentee, by selected and thoroughly competent
operators, which guarantees to every shirt a uni
form grade of manufacture.
Eighth-Has patented gussets, insuring the
best of wear at end of all Mam*.
Ninth?Fit is absolutely guaranteed from the
fact that iti* made in 27 different six**?that 1*
it sixes of neckband and 3 lengths of sleeve to
each neck siae, the body o< the shirt being la
equal proportion. Bums, 14 tol8 inch. Price,
* Our "Plaited Bosom" Dollar Drass Shirt. Made
from a heavy muslin of same weight and count
M"amsutta: the bosom ia linen all the war
igh, reinforced front and back; small
wrlsVband'aad taE^dot^le stitclw^D<ope?nin
front or open In tadL 10 and 10 plaits ia the
WOODWARD * LOTHBOP.
jsT Ow.UUieBdfm.Mr.
SomraiM Or As ^Opining
A FUNNY KIND OF ADVERTISEMENT.
NEW GOODS AT COST PRICES
IS IT ONLY AM ADVERTISING DO DOE?
TBI PALAIS ROY AX. ?t the commencement of sack
won. In order to quickly advertise the *Or??ing" of
WW (mil, offm SOUVENIRS Ttuar souvrmrs srs
tbe new rood* told at coat prices (or three day*. It'a
an advertisement
It la called an sdTrrtialn* dodge by tbe ronservstive
and narrow merchant, whoa* bump of comprehension
la ao imperfectly developed that, while be i* mlling to |
pay ao many dollar* for an advertisement in IV sritr.
he calla it an oA>#rfi*tn<7 when ao many dollar* 1
are spent In offering certain goods at coat price*. An
advertisement that call* for a present tangible l"ss,
with faith in only a possible future rain, i* paat the
comprahenaion of the timid, short-sighted merchant.
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THE "OPENING" FOR THE SEASON OF 188?
OCCURS FOR THREE DAYS.
MONDAY. TUESDAY'. AXD WEDNESDAY,
JANUARY 7, 8. AND 9.
DURING THESE DAY'S THE ENTIRE STOCK
OF NEW UNDERWEAR, VALUED AT OVER
#.'15,000, IS OFFERED AT AND BELOW COST4.
~ Below t* quoted a few illustration*.
GDC. Nightgowns For 59C.
(During the "Opening.")
fiOc. NIGHTGOWNS for 69c, Wamsutta Vtmlln.
"Mother Hubbard" style. Four cluster four bunch
tin ks. Cambric Ruffle at neck, aleeve* and front. Tbia
la to be our title gown, and la auperior to any ?.ric.
garment elsewhere. We wou't, we can't aell a reliable
gown cheaper.
Here's the usual 50c. gown. Look at it?narrow,
common cotton, seams not felled. Shake it and you'll
be choked with the stuff it'* loaded with. Wash it,
and that's the end of the 50c. gown.
THE PALAIS ROYAL
(Continued below.)
75C. U NDERWF.AR For 59C.
(During the "Opening ")
73c. CHEMISES FOR 58c. With 9-inch Eml>roid
er Y'okea, round, square ana V shapes; 15 different
at} !os of trimming to thesp Chemises.
75c. DRAWEES FOR .Vic. 4-inch Embroidered
Rtiffli'* with 7 fiue tuck* al*>ve: yoke lienda. Another
at) le (Cambric Drawers, with 3-inch torchon lace ruf
fle and '- cluster* of 3-bunch tucks. These are our
85c. Drawers for 50c.
75c. SKIRTS FOB 59o. Fxtra wide, with ?-inch
Cambric ruffle; 8 tucks in ruffle and 10 tucks above;
yoke baud. We positively claim these the $1 Skirt*
of elsew here.
75c. CORKET COVERS FOR 59c. Best Cambric.
The embroidery finished with feather stitching.
Sizea to lit all figures, from 28 to 50 inch bust
measure.
THE PALAIS ROYAL
(Continued below.)
C.
$1 Underwear For 80
(During the "0|>ening.")
Since we make a sjiecialty of #1 Undergarment* and
| make every effort?sometimes at the sscrifii-e of fair
.profit?to exi-el WE ENOW you'll appreciate the
"Oiening" price.
$1 GOWNS FOR 89c. Fourteen different style* to
select from. Cambric and Cotton. Some with all-over
| yokes of aolid and cluster tucks, trimmed with Lace
and embroidery.
$1 CHEMISES FOR 89c. Bound, square and V
ahai>e, in eight different styles Lace and Embroidery
| Trimming.
41 DRAWERS FOR 80c. Five styles in Cambric
and Cotton. 3-lnch fine Embroidered Kuffle. 6 tucks
and Inserting. Another style with 3-inch Lace Ruffle
12 fine tucks above.
$1 SKIRTS FOB 89c. Six styles, of which we de
ar n l>e 1st. those with 0-inch embroidered ruffle and 7
fiue tucka above: 2d. those with 9-i:ich cambric
flounce. 2-inch embroidered edge. 4 tucka in flounce
and six above.
$1 CORSET COVERS FOR 89c. Four style* each
of round, square, and V-sha^ea. Beautifully Plat,
Val., and Torchon Lace trimming.
I HE PALAIS ROYAL
(Continued below.)
81*35 Underwear For. 98c.
(During the "Oiieniug.")
(1.35 GOWNS FOR 08c. Nine different style*, in
Cambric and Cotton, with all-over embroidered
yoke*.
(1.35 CHEMISES FOR 98c Cotton and Cambric,
with Plat, Val., Medici Lace; also fine embroidery
trimmings,
S1.4S SKIRTS FOR 9Sc. 9-inch fine embroid?red
ruffle, two clusters of 5-bunch tucka and yoke band.
THE PALAIa ROYAL
(Continued below.)
81.98 Undf.rwf.ar For $1.3!)
(During the "Oiening."!
Niirhtgowns, Chemises, Skirts, and Drawera, care
fully hand-finished. trimmings of Plat. Val., and Me
dici Lwes and the very finest Embroideries. Y'ou'll be
charged #2.25 at stores that do a credit business.
THE PALAIS ROYAL
(Continned below.l
Fine Underwear Souvenirs
(During the '?Opening.")
84 50 BRIDAL OUTFIT FOR $3. (Three pieces.)
Ladies of fashion ar t wealth will much admire the
display of su|>erior Undergarments, ranging from
$4.50 to 4100 for the outfit. The materiala and truu
lniugs so exquisitely fine that a garment could almost
be mailed you in an ordinary envelope. That we have
twice the variety of fiue I" ndcrwear than any other
two stores in town is evident.
(j?~hilk Underwear in all the new shades and styles.
THE PALAIS ROYAL
(Continued below.)
Children' s Underwear Souvenirs
(During the "Opening.")
Twenty-five cents, and on some garments fifty cents,
dip|>ed off the already low price*. Everything here
for big or little children, and made as carefully- aa if
home-made.
Children'a Underwear is our forte, and you ahould
know it.
THE PALAIS ROYAL
(Continued below.)
Infants' Outfits. Reduced Prices.
(Durirg the "Opening.*')
THE INFANTS' DEPARTMENT haa its buyer and
is a distinct branch of our business. Garment* for all
purposes from the hour of the baby's birth. Prices
from a few cents to $150 for our fineat outfit.
THE PALAIS ROYAL
(Continued below.)
* pecial" Special;! Special!!!
TO BETTER APPRECIATE THE ABOVE-QUOTED
SOUVENIRS OF THE OPENING, READ BE
LOW FOR THE REASONS WHY OUR
UNDERWEAR EVEN AT REG
ULAR PRICES IS BETTER
VALUES THAN OFFERED
ELSEWHERE IN
TOWN:
THE REASONS WHY t^E EXCEL:
BECAUSE WE NEVER KEEP TRASH.
While other merchant* are straining every nerve
to advertise the best possible garments at 12Hc
and 2>c.? traihy at the best?we are striving to serve
you better in h.gli< r priced but really cheaper good*.
BECAUSE WE HAVE NO JOB LOTS. Every gar
ment being made to our especial order and under our
personal supervision.
WE INAUGURATE A NEEDED REFORM
We need not inform any lady.especially a stout lady,
that lack of skill is but too apparent in the shaping and
finish of readv-msde cotton underwear?a rule almost
without exception.
The Palais Royal claima no special brightness In In
augurating a needed reform, but rather wonders
that others have not recognised that the same thought
and skill might aa profitably be bestowed on under
garments a* on outer-garments.
WE BUILD ON A SURE FOUNDATION
From the start. We engaged the service* of an expert
cutter?a man tailor?who drafted the pattern* from
which all our Undergarmenta were made.
WE ENLIST A MANUFACTURER'S 8KRVICE8
With life-long experience in the making of fine
underwear, and who waa willing to work for us
for moderate pay because of very large orders given In
the doll if inn
WE GUARANTEE THE FIT AND FINISH.
All garments sewed on lock-stitch machines, and all
have felled seams. The cheaper garments with Ism
trimmings, but otherwise the same aa tbs higher
priced.
WHAT IS THE USUAL WATT
The usual way is to buy from manufacturer* vko
trurt to took* omly. The result ia ill-cut. ill-fitting gar
menta, very often without felled mini: trimmed with
cheap, showy embroidery end lace* that launder ao
badly that it ean be written they don't wash at all.
Fair looking whaa new and low In prieetatMa
but dear at WJFjJfcgig Qp op> WA_
ia perfect-fitting undergarmenta which Insure
Domical garment also, because of bring so maofc
durable than thegooda made in the usual way.
P HXLADELPHLA SrOMC.
THE STOCK Mm BE REDrCKB.
V? offer
LADIES' CLOAKING*. ell thU Mnxi r?4*. ??
dooMl to SI.38. *8 and I2.U*.
?fl-Inch HENRIETTA. Eitr* Value. reduced to 6Sfc|
worth K5c and f 1.
FRENCH WBAFMCB ri-AXNELB reduced to Mli
worth 66 and Tic.
60 had 52-inch L*DIFS CLOTH* and TRICOT*. M
cents. worth 05 and 76.
6 Plena DBF.88 <Vi>ODfl. Black. Brown. Brnnaa, K?T
and Bod. reduced to 31c. (nan Ma
A GENERAL REDUCTION THBOrU HOUT TO
STORE.
WE ARE OFFERING SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS Oi
CARPETS.
CARHABT * LEIDY.
Js.*i tK>8 7th and 706 K St. D.W.
Prank 31. Lcra,
JEWELER. SILVERSMITH
u>
DEALER IB FIXE STATIOBEBT.
BEING OVERSTOCKED IB THE FOIA/OWIMB
GOODS. WILL ALLOW A DISCOUNT OF
IS PEB CENT FOB CASH ONLY:
1*. Per Cent off FRENCH CLOCKS
l.MVrt'futoff FRENCH BRONZES.
1;> Per Cent off LEMAIRE OPERA OLAS8EA.
15 Per Cent off SILK. I MBRELLAs.
1215 PA AVE.
ESTABLISHED 184a Ja4 :$m
W E WILL
CONTINUE
THE TEN PEB CENT DI9COCNT
IXTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
FOB CASH ON OB BEFORE DELI VERT.
THIS DISCOUNT WILL BE ALLOWED ON EVERT
?
ARTICLE IN THIS ESTABLISHMENT.
TOC KNOW EVERYTHING NECESSABY FOB
FURNISHING HOMES FROM CELLAR
TO ROOF, EXCEPTING CROCKER!.
HARDWARE AND TINWARE,
ARE FOB SALE HERB.
FURNITURE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. CARPET*
AND RUGS OF ALL KIND8 AND QUALI
TIES. UPHOLSTERY GOODS AND IN
TERIOR DECORATION8 OF ALL THB
NEWEST AND BEST DESIGN*.
BEDDING OF VARIOUS
KINDS. Ac, Ac.
ALL PRICES MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURE&
W. R MOSES k BOB.
CORNER 11TH AND F STH. N. W?
Washington. A A
DISCOUNT
10 PER CENT
UNTIL
Ja3 FURTHER NOTICE.
More About Groceries
?<
ELPHONZO YOUNGS COMPANY.
(SATURDAY, JAN. 5. 1889).
Notwithstanding the rreat success of oar GENERAL
CLEARING UP SALE, w* still hare in stock ? con
siderable quantity of certain linaa of deeirabke ruoda,
both Staple and Fancy, that we are wlllin* to diapoae
of at BARGAIN RATES. We have, therefore, deter
mined to continue our cut prices on a number at Sf>e
rial line* until JANUABT I5tA. and name In part:
Qeuuine Vermont Maple Syrup, FI LL quart bote 46a,
McMechen'e Msplf Syrup, commercial quart bota.441c.
Pure French Cream Oandy, fnah made 12c.
Preaerred Ginrer (new), wbol* into 80c.
Preferred Gin*er mew), half tote ,38a,
Preaerred Ginjrer tnew), qu
WEISBADEN PRESERVES.
White Strawberrtea, per Jar..
White Cheniea. per Jar ...Otta
Aprtcote. per Jar.... 6He.
50 small tuba Creamer)' Butter, lOlba. each for.SS.6S
Caaaard's Buna, special cure Very tow.
Qeauine Cincinnati taprrand Hams Vary tow
Caaaard** Boneleas Brwtfui Bans Vary tow.
Cincinnati Suxar-curod Bkfa. Baron .....Very low.
McMecbea's Preaerved Pineapple, 66c. Jara for 48a
BcMecben s Preaerred Strewberriee, 66c Jar for. 48c.
IfcMecben'a Preaerred Raspberry. 66c. Jar for ...,48a
He Mncheo'e Prsaerred Cherry, 65c Jar for 48c.
!6boaaa<
trait,par ten..
ELPHONZO YOUNGS COMPANY.
IF OU CAB OR A 625 CHINCHILLA OVEBOOAf
JflimO* AND frftti&oL CO^

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