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THE EVENING STAR.
WASHINGTON: ~
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CH04HY I*. l:dl?or.
THE BTESIMi *TAIt kiu me fallr-* I .oral
( Irrnlnilon of any >e w *pn per in thrWcrlil,
nnri as an AiltrrtMlut .Xriliuni la warth
more tfcnn all the ether puprm published
la U iubiiiilsii.
The need of prompt action to secure the
Rock Creek region for * public park is recog
Bized on all tides; and the movement in behalf
of that project is so heartily endorsed by our
best citizens, and receives such assurances of
support in Congress, that there is good
ground for believing that a little rigor
ous concerted effort will make it a success.
The merits of the park project may be suc
cinctly stated as follows: It supplies what no
lending city is without, a great public park,
which is alike a pleasure resort and a sanita
rium for all classes. The Hock creek valley
has exceptional fitness for the purpose, and
needs but little and inexpensive training of its
wild, picturesque beauty to convert it to park
nses. From the wild, broken nature of the
region, it is not fit for much else than a park,
and if acquired at once under the present as
sessment*. and by condemnation, the two or
three thousand acres particularly desirable for
the park could be secured for a comparatively
moderate num. An important consideration in
this connection is that the plan of procuring the
property by condemnation relieves it of every
possible suspicion of jobbery or speculation.
There is not a penny to be made by it by any
body, except so fur as the interest of the entire
public u concerned in the execution of a work
that will add so immensely to the prosperity of
the capital city. It is in fact a project so en
tirely void of selfish personal interests that it
does not enlist the support of lobbyists, jobbers
or speculators, and must depend for its success
upon the active co-operative efforts of the gen
eral public.
The necessity for immediate action in the
matter is caused by the danger that inroads
may be made upon the magnificent forest
growth of the region, and that the valley, if
not speedily secured by government, will be
occupied for purposes that will convert it from
'?a thing of beauty, a joy forever," into a dan
gerous ^nisance in the shape of a foul open
sewer, lined with a succession of slaughter
houses. breweries.dye-houses.hog-pens. privies,
4c.. polluting the creek with their excrement.
Merely as a sanitary measure the park project
merits pnblic support. It can readily be seen
what a menace to the health of the city would
be presented by this foul open drain, meander
ing through the Rock Creek valley and empty
ing its fever-breeding contents upon the flats
directly in front of the city.
Judge Barrett's decision against the North
River sugar refining company, charged with
entering the great sugar trust, is the first
strong blow to be made against the mercantile
combinations, and it is likely to be sustained in
the court of appeals. The decision is under
the New York law. which distinctly provides a
remedy against business combinations to the
injury of the public. Two questions had to be
decided by Judge Barrett: Whether or not en
tering the tru*t was a corporate act, and, if so,
whether the penalty was forfeiture of char
ters and dissolution of the corporation. The
inquiry into the formation of the sugar trust
showed that partnership concerns were con
verted into corporations in order to form a safe
legal basis of combination. The danger from
partnerships, where firm members might sell
out or die. was too great to be incurred.
The combination took in all the refine
ries in New York, and nearly all in
the United States. No express power to fix
prices was stated in the trust deed, but the
trust board did establish prices and acquies
cence from all the combined refineries followed.
There was no escajx.- from the logical conclu
sion that it was a combination of corporations
for the benefit of private concerns to the injury
of the pnblic by the illegal prevention of com
petition and the crushing of any sngftr-niaker
who staid ont of the "combine."' Whether the
corporations as such make a trust or as indi
vidual stockholders, the result, says Judge Bar
rett. is the same and the object is the same.
Without special authorization in their charters
corporations can not form partnerships or enter
into any arrangement amounting to a con
solidated monopoly of their business. The
forfeiture of their charters throws the corpor
ations back to the legitimate conditions of
trade. As partnerships competing for busi
ness. they will now have an oppo- iunity to obey
the new law. which promises to be the law of
the land. The influence of Judge Barrett's de
cision can not fail to be felt in other states and
to have its effect on all other forms of trusts.
The prominent Dakota democrats now visit
ing the city will as<ust the filibustering dead
lock in securing an extra session. They desire
the division and admission of Dakota by the
present Congress, if that is possible, or by an
extra session of the next Congress if the pres
sent House cannot act Evidently Dakota will
not be diviiled by the Fiftieth Congress, though
every democrat in the territory should favor
the action.
The report of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal
shows that its current receipts have, for the
year, slightly exceeded its current running ex
penses. a more favorable showing than has been
made for some time. But heavy debt we ighs
upon the company, and its future is gloomy in
the extreme.
There is a growing disposition in the House
to urge Speaker Carlisle to take the course pur
sued by Mr. Randall in 1H76. when he qnenched
filibustering on the electoral count bill by de
clining to recognize any member for a dilatory
motion. Speaker Keifer took a like position on
the tariff bill in 1K?3. That course wonld give
Gen. Wearer his quietus, and restore the course
of regular business. A* it is. the House is
stripping itself of power, and legislation can
b? accomplished only in a random way through
the Senate. Representatives who wish to
amend appropriation bills have already given
up all hope of accomplishing anything in the
House, and are making efforts with their Sen
ators to secure legislation. To ignore Gen.
Weaver is an impeachable action, but it is in
the power of a decent majority in the House,
with the Speaker's co-operation, to put a
prompt end to such a farce as has been going
on the past week.
What will it profit Weaver, the presentczar of
?11 America, if after a few days of do-nothing
reign he is dethroned by the persistent failure
of the Speaker's eye to wander in his direc
tion? What a glorious method of terminating
a glorious condition of affairs! But may not
tyranny oppose tyranny, one-man power be
neutralized by one-man power, and an unjust
custom correct unjust and absurd rules?
?"?
Gaily the farmer trudges up and down his
field in New Jersey and lays the straight, mel
low furrows one after another. The trees are
budding, the robins are there to get the early
worms, and all that is wanting to complete the
mid-summ<-r in winter is the mosquito orches
tra setting the soft, balmy air a-qoiver with its
delicious melody.
Mr. Blaine's present anxiety is now discov
ered to be not the construction of a cabinet, but
that of a new house in Washington. There
cannot be too many houses built in Washing
ton. but it is already evident that there are
more cabinets in process of construction than
Washington has room for.
The fall of the carriage-way bridge at Ni
agara should not cause any fear about the rail
way bridge. The two were entirely unlike in
strength and principles of construction. Care
should be taken that no bridge similar to the
carriage-way structure is again built there.
The sew year has made extraordinary head
way in stocking its chamber of horrors.
Guts' Soth Scocked
AND F1UCSHED FOB ?1.
Cos Ml, Me.; rsn?. tbc.; V?at* 2Ae. Altertnr and
?mum <wu? tz> Imi laiiMr. Qoods csltsit tor sad
{?fivcrM. Iciapbuurrall
k I HAHS, TOft 9th st B. w?
122U aa?t sv. West Wsahlmrtoa.
We Go Wot. Merely One Better.
BUT A GOOD DEAL BETTER.
all-wool CASSIMERE AND CHEVIOT
back surrs. ?a .->o
THESE GOODS. EARLY IN THE WINTER,
WERE GOOD VALUE AT ?15, (10.50 AND
? 18.
CUTAWAY SUITS, $13
EARLY PRICES: ?18. ?20 AND 922.6a
BEAR IN MIND ONE THING. THAT THE8E
ARE NOT JOB LOTS PICKED UP HERE AND
THERE FROM SOME WESTERN MANU
FACTURER, NOR "CULLS" FROM OLD
STOCK. BUT ARE
ALL THIS SEASON'S GOODS,
MADE UP BY FIRST-CLASS HOUSES. AND
ARE THE SAME, AS TO STYLE, QUALITY
AND WORKMANSHIP, THAT WE SELL
YEAR AFTER YEAR.
OUR GUARANTEE GOES WITHfTHESE
GOODS, SAME AS IF THEY WERE SOLD AT
REGULAR PRICES.
WE DON'T BELIEVE YOU'LL EQUAL
THESE BARGA1N8 IN WASHINGTON OR
ANYWHERE.
THERE IS A LARGE VARIETY OF STYLES.
AND THESE PRICES WILL CONTINUE IN
DEFINITELY.
E. B. BARNUM k CO.,
>11 931 PENNSYLVANIA AVE.
EAVY BLUE AND MOURNING PRINTS, 3V
Lot of Hatines, doable width Ivbeiire and Olialiie
nnants, tie., at KAUFMAN'S DOUBLE COMBINA
TION. 11th St. s.e. }all-3t
B. H. Stinemetz & Sons,
1237 Pennsylvania avenue
? (Through to 13th It)
Are offering Bargains to close out balance of stock |
for season In
ALASKA SEALSKIN
ULSTERS, 8ACQUES. and JACKETS.
Fine Plash Short WRAPS, Plain snd Monkey
Trimmed.
Also, SACQUES AND JACKETS. A few Choice Im- |
ported Garments.
Fine stock of MUFFS, BOAS and SHOULDER ]
CAPES. Jail
TYCOON RF.P AND DOUBLE CASHMERES, SX-.
% Percale and Bleached Cotton Remnants, 6?*', a
KAUFMAN'S DOUBLE COMBINATION.
jall-3t 11th st. s.e.
CPFCIAL PARTIES TO PACIFIC COAST AND
O other points west. Jan. 1.1th, 2?th, Feb 5th. 12,
19 and 26. Low rates, free sleepers. Cut out fur r.'f
erence. J. F. M1LNOR, B. & O. Depot. Jall-3t*
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WE WISH TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF OUR
PATRONS TO THE FACT THAT OUR
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IS NOW ON SALE.
WE HAVE AN ENTIRE FLOOR DEVOTED TO
THIS DEPARTMENT. AND WE TIHNK WE HAVE
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT AND BEST GOODS
FOR THE MONEY IN THE CITY.
OUR GOODS ARE ALL PERFECT-FITTING,
FROM THE CHEAPEST TO THE MOST EXPEN
SIVE ARTICLE. ALL ARE THOROUGHLY WELL
MADE AND OUR STYLES ARE MOSTLY NEW.
THE PRICE8 AND DESCRIPTIONS WILL BE
GIVEN LATER.
CALL AND SEE OUB MANY BARGAINS IN THIS
DEPARTMENT.
BBB A IT V MM MM ?? KSSfl
B B AA U U M M M M ? ? 8
BBB A A U U M MM M 8SS?
B B AAA U U H M M s ?
BBB A A UU M M M t>SSs
J?U 7TH, 8TH AND D 8TREET8.
3 CASES OF NEW COTTON CHALL1E RF.M
nants. r>Vo.; 2 cases of newchambry remnants, 5\,
KAUFMAN'S DOUBLE COMBINATION.
JalL3t 11th st. s.e.
SPECIAL PARTIES TO PACIFC COAST AND
other point* west. Jan. 15th, 2Uth. Feb. 5th, 12,
lWand2H. Low rates: free sleepers Cut out for ref
erence. J F. M1LNOR. B. fc O. Dei'ot. Jal l-3f
Bargains. Bargains.
MRS. M. J. HUNT,
1300 F STREET NORTHWEST.
Offers her
ENTIRE STOCK of TRIMMED BONNETS and HATS
Both Imported and of Her Own Design,
I
Jal 1 At GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
CUTTING THE CUTTERS - 60c. FOR CUTI
cura Resolvent. S. 8. 8., Hop Bitters, Iron Bitters,
Huetetter's Sitters and same reduction on nearly
everything KOLB PHARMACY, 7th and Eats. n.w.
> 10-3t _
A Cold Wave Ib Coming,
And all persons whose water service-pipes are not
protected by the Newman An ti-Freezing Apparatus
should have it applied without delay. This apparatus
automatically turns off water from service-pipes, and
drains them, at any desired degree of temperature.
After the water has automatically been turned off by
the apparatus. It may be temporarily turned on strain
by a person standing at any faucett in the pipe-sys
tem. The apparatus will be applied at short notice,
and will save its cost every year, by preventing the
freezing and bursting of water-pipes, and the conse
quent damages.
For catalogue or further information, address the
NEWMAN ANTI-FREEZINGIWATER-PIPE CO.,
jalO-l w 25 Grant Place, Washington, D. C.
i
CABE8 OF TOILLE DE NORD SEERSUCKER
remnants. Kite.; 1 case of fine India linon remnants,
at KAtFilAN'S DOUBLE COMBINATION,
_Jall-3t 11th st. s.e.
SPECIAL PARTIES TO PACIFIC COA8T AND
{Mother points west. Jan. 15th, 2Uth, Feb. 5th, 12,
19 and 20. 1?* rates. free sleepers. Cut out for ref
erence. J. F. MILXOR. B. * O. Depot. >ll-3f
Je W, Boteleb & Son
ARB OFFERING GREAT INDUCEMENTS
TO PURCHASERS OF
DINNER AND TEA BETS,
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.
J. W. BOTELEB k SON.
]t5 923 Pa. ave.
a CASKS OF WOOL fc BEIGE REMNANTS. fiMc.;
U 2 esses of Ainh.'- 'wnii bleached remnants, 7H,
KAUFMAN'S DOUBLE OOMU1N ATION,
Jall-3t 11th st.ss._
I G FECIAL PARTIES TO PACIFIC . COAST AND
& other Points rat Jan. 15th. 29?h, Feb. 5th. 12.
1W atUaflTLow rates; free alee per* Cut out for rei
| erence. J. F. M1LNOR, B. AO. Depot. Jall-3t*
W e Ksov How It-ix Be.
TO-MORROW 18 POSITIVELY THE LAST DAT
or THIS STUPENDOUS childress' AND BOYS'
OVERCOAT SALE. WE FEEL IT OCR DUTY TO
HARP UPON THIS MATTER, FOR WE KNOW JUST
HOW IT'LL BE. YOU'LL NEGLECT TO COME
UNTIL IT'S TOO LATE, AND NEXT WEEK WHEN
YOU ASK FOR THEM THEY WON'T BE HERE.
WE'VE previously GIVEN YOU A MOST COM
prehensive DESCRIPTION OF THESE OVER
COATS. AND YOU CAN BUT APPRECIATE
THE GENUINE, unalloyed QUALITIES THAT
ARE IN EACH GARMENT. WE'VE TOLD YOU
OF OUR PURPOSE TO CLEAR THEM ALL OUT.
WE ARE DOING IT, AND IF YOU WANT TO
SHARE IN THE BENEFITS YOU'VE GOT FROM
8 A. M. UNTIL II P. M. TO-MORROW OSL I'LEFT
IN WHICH TO DO SO.
Overcoats that were $25, are now #15.
Overcoat* that were $15, are cow $10.
Overcoats that were $10, are now $7.
Overcoat* that were $H, arc now $?>.
Overcoats that were $.*?, now t 'i.
Overcoats that were $3, are now #2.
Overcoats that were $2.50 are now $1.50.
Overcoats that were $2, are now $1.
JUST RUN YOUR EYE DOWN THE ABOVE AND
CON8IDER WHAT A WONDERFUL reduction
WE HAVE MADE IN EACH INSTANCE. WE DON'T
NEED TO GIVE ANY DESCRIPTIONS-THE PRICES
SPEAK VOLUMES. BRING YOUR LITTLE SON OR
YOUR LARGER BOY IN AND LET HIM PUT ON
ON EOF THESE COATS. SEE THE PERFECT FIT,
THE ELEGANT TRIMMINGS AND THE THOR
OUGH reliability OF WORK AND MATERIAL
THEN ASK THE PRICE AND YOU'LL DO JUST ONE
THING?THAT'S BUY THE GARMENT.
AGAIN WE SAY SATURDAY UNTIL 11 O'CLOCK
IS YOUR LAST CHANCE
SAKS AND COMPANY
DRESSERS.
JalO SEVENTH STREET AND MARKET SPACE.
4 CASES OF FIXE SATEEN REMNANTS, MEIIRI
inai' make, 12i<c. :Jleases of beautiful wool chal
lies. 12*c, at KAUFMAN S DOUBLE COMBINA
TION. 11th st. s.e. )all-3t
SHORTHAND IN SIXTEEN SIMPLE LESSONS
Classes daily. Tuition by mail a specialty. Call or
send for pamphlet. Type-writing tamrlit free of
charge. Head school Acme Phonography, 921 F st. n.
w. jall-lW
Ladies' Fine Shoes
AT TWO-THIRDS THEIR VALUE
FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS.
"Why?" did yon ask:
Because we have decided to close out the entire stock
of these goods before putting- in our new lines for the
approaching Spring Season. So we have put down
Out Ladies' $."> French Kid to $3.
Ottr Ladies' $4 Hand-Turns to $2.75.
Our Ladies' $4 Hand-Sewed to $2.75.
Our Ladies' $3.50 Hand-Tunis to $2.25.
Our Ladies' $3 Lines of Dongola and Peb. Goat to $2.25.
These Cut Prices will enable buyers to get the very
finest qualities at the usual prices of medium good*
during this gale.
"THE ECONOMY" SHOE STORE,
802 7tbst. u.w.
Ja8-t,wfcf tw
ft 4Wli\ YARDS OF 3S-TNCH CASHMERE RF.M
?*?""" Hants, lli^r : ."i.oimi >ards of 3H-iu.cash
iutTe. very tine, l!?c.. :i.<)00yards M 4'1-in. Henrietta
remnants, 27c? KAUFMAN'S DOUBLE COM BIN A
TION. jall-3t
Bargains In Fu
urs.
The balance of our stock of MUFFS. BOAS and COL
LARETTES. in LYNX, BEAR, MARTEN. MONKEY
and ANOORA FUR, will be offered at reduced prices.
PLUSH GARMENTS at cost. A few more choice
Wraps on hand, genuine bargains.
WILLETT & RUOFF,
Hatters and Furriers,
Jal 0 905 Penn. ave.
Fine old rye whisky, guaranteed over
six years old, reduced from 75c. to 50c. per rint;
half pints, 25c. KOLB PHARMACY,
Jal0-3t 7th anil Estg.
VVE DON'T INTEND TO CARRY OVER ANY
v? Overcoats till next season; therefore we cut
prices in half. THE LONDON AND LIVERPOOL
CLOTHING CO., 7th and G sts. nti-Urn
Grand Importation Sale Of Em
broideries.
beautiful GOODS, HANDSOME PATTERNS.
IN
CAMBRIC, LINENS, NAINSOOK, AND COLORED
MATERIALS. FINEST.
FINEST LINE EVER SHOWS BY US.
| PATTERNS VARIED. PRICES accordingly.
! Among the lot you will And goods from 5e. to the
moat elaborate and expensive. It would pay you SURE
to nee this line now, while they are new.
THE assortment IS NOW COMPLETE.
HANDKERCHIEFS. handkerchiefs.
handkerchiefs.
We liought our entire stock of one of the largest con
cerns in America. 5,000 dozen Handkerchiefs of all
kinds. Handkerchiefs for everybody, an object fi >r all.
You can save half money by buying your Handker
chiefs from us. Neither man, woman, or child ought
to avoid this sale, beginning TO-MORROW MORNING.
OUR LADIES' MUSLIN AND CAMBRIC UNDER
WEAR
Special sale is productive of much good. The Goods
are api<earing and disapi>earing rapidly. To add to the
noise already made we place on sale to-morrow 100
down GOWNS, CHEMISES, DRAWERS, SKIRTS,
and CORSET COVERS, at 74c. each, worth $1.25;
made of the nicest materials, best finish, and superior
trimming',
lansburgh k bro.,
one PRICE.
420. 422, 424 and 420 7th st, 417, 419 8th st.
>0
ANY CHILD'S SUIT OR OVERCOAT IN our
Store we sell you at 50 cents on the dollar.
LONDON AN1) LIVERPOOL CLOTHING CO..
n0-3m 7th and G sts
T. B# Towner & Son?
dry GOODS DEALERS.
1316 7th ST. N.W.,
Are pushing their sale of Dry Goods with 'a good deal
of energy and activity, and say there is no huiubug
about prices being reduced; for example:
Androscoggin Bleach Cotton, yard wide, THcta.
Fruit of the Loom Cotton, yard wide, SH eta.
Pillow-case Cotton, 1H yards wide, 8 eta.
Brocade Velveteen, worth 50 cU., reduced to 25 eta.
Ladies' Muffs, 38 cts,
Dress Flannel, in all shades (all wool), 19 eta.
Extra Large White Blanketa, Grecian border, worth
$5, reduced to $3.90.
Yard Wide Cashmere, all shades, 21 eta.
Genta' Laundried Shirts, 45 eta.
Good Dark Calico. 4 eta.
Large line Bleached and Unbleached Table Linens at
cost Ja4-lm
Ja Ca Hutchinson.
importer,
FINE MILLINERY,
WBAPS,
JACKETS,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
NEW STYLES RECEIVED TO-DAY AND WILL BE
SOLD AT HALT PRICE.
007 PENNSYLVANIA AVE.
FOSTER (IMPROVED LACING GLOVES FOR
STREET AND EVENING WEAR. jafi
hroBE News" Fob Saturday
BT
WOODWARD * LOTHBOP.
The universal popularity of onr Grand Annual
January males becomes more and more apparent
each succeeding day. Tho departments in
volved are:
LINENS AND HOUSEKEEPING GOODS.
BLANKETS, COMFORTS, QUILTS. SHEETS, Sc.
SWISS AND NAINSOOK EMBROIDERIES.
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR.
MEN'8 UNLAITNDERED DRESS SHIRTS.
?*m>?
MEN'S UNLAUNDERED NIGHT SHIRTS.
We are doing tho business better and better
every January?every day.
AN UNRIVALED VARIETY OF FIVE-DOLLAR
BLANKETS.?About a month asro or longer we
indulged in considerable talk about Five-Dollar
Blankets. Told of its being the popular price,
and of the excellent variety we were showing at
that time. A short time afterward, owing to
the spirited demand, we were virtually cleaned
ont of them. Our buyer has been into the
wholesale market and we are i^raiti stocked up.
He found the manufacturers anxious to sell,
and closed out a number of small lots considera
bly under price; so to-day wc offer yon not only
a lartrer assortment from which to select, but
we offer you better values than ever before. We
have filled one of our 11th street windows full.
Sizes and prices mean very little oil paper, so
we merely give the variety, and ask that you in
spect the stock at an early day. Eleven kinds.
1?5 lb. 11-4 White, All-Wool Blankets $5
3? 'lb. 11-4 White, All-Wool Blankets 5
3?5!<lb. 11-4 White, Cotton-and Wool 5
4?(J lb. 11-4 Gray, Ail-Wool Blankets 5
5?5 lb. 11-4 Scarlet, All-Wool Blankets 5
0?0 lb. 11-4 Scarlet, AU-Wool Blankets 5
7-5 lb. 11-4 AU-Wool, Plaid Blankets 5
8?5^ lb. 10-4 All-Wool, Scarlet Blankets 5
St-5 lb. 10-4 All-Wool, White Blankets 5
10-5 lb. 10-4 All-Wool, White, en 5
?11?'lb. 12-4 White, Cotton-and-Wool t>
?This latter is the largest and heaviest Blan
ket ever sold at $5 a pair.
Of course, we have cheaper Blankets, and we
also have them as high as $18 per pair. Don't
buy a Blanket until you have locked through
this stock.
(Fourth floor; rear.)
HERE IS A CHANCE FOR THE BOYS.
We have too large astock of Overcoats for this
season, owing to the wild weather interfering
with the demand. As we do not propose to
carry them over to next winter, we have made
exceedingly liberal reductions on them, and lie
lieve it to your best interest to give the stock
an early examination. It amounts to a saving
to you of from one to four dollars. Boys' Over
coats, with and without capes, in Cheviot*, Chin
chillas. Beavers, Castors, Meltons, English
Tweeds, &c? in plain shades, strips, and fancy
mixtures. Sizes C to 17 years. Prices (re
duced) #5 to $14.
Boys' Kilt Overcoats, with sinirle and double
capes and without capes. Very attractive
variety of all the popular coating materials.
Well made, and substantial wearing qualities.
Sizes to 0 years. Prices $4, $5, $0, $7, and
$8 each.
(Third floor.)
GLOVES.?Here are a few conspicuously good
values:
(i-hutton-leugth Biarritz Gloves, in Light,
English, and Light Tans. Only $1 per pair.
4-button Fine Kid English Walking Gloves,
embroidered back, pique stitched. Shades of
English Tan. Only #1.50 per pair.
4-button Celebrated "Perrin's" English Walk
ing Gloves, narrow embroidered backs, in as
sorted shades of Tan. Only $2 per pair.
Particular attention is called to our superb
assortment of Fashionable Evening Gloves.
(First floor.)
NECKWEAR DEPARTMENT-We shall
place on a center table, Saturday morning, 00
dozen of our Ladies' Matchless Three-ply Linen
Collars, button hole at top, clover-leaf cape, the
best Collar possible to sell, at Oc. each, three for
Also. 109 different styles and Tolorings in
Twenty-flve-cent Neck Rnching, making an
equal, if not a better, assortment than wc have
yet shown before at any one time. Every style
is desirable and pretty. Only 25c. per yard.
(First floor: right of main entrance.*'"
CONTINUATION or OCR GRAND NINTH
ANNUAL SPECIAL SALE OF LADIES' MUS
LIN UNDERWEAR.?Each succeeding year wo
aim to enlarge and improve our business. Last
January we said to ourselves that next January
we would endeavor to fhiprove the standard of
quality and workmanship in our Musliu Under
wear without changing the prices. How suc
cessful we have been you are to Judge. We
have no hesitation in claiming the present
stock to be not only the finest, but the best in
trinsic values we have ever shown.
Corset Covers of fine Cambric, with three
clusters of twelve tucks each down the front.
Two qualities, 25 and .Tic. each.
Corset Covers of tine Cambric, with Y-shaped
neck, trimmed with Hamburg. Only 50c. each.
Corset Covers of fine Cambric, made with
Pompadour-neck of fine Hamburg embroider)-.
Only tS'.'V. each.
Cambric Corset Covers, made low neck, all
sizes, in a great variety of styles. 50, (52H, 75,
K7V*e.,$l. #1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $1.95, $2 and
$2.50 each.
Gowns of extra good bleached Muslin, yoke of
four clusters of three flue tucks, nek and
sleeves trimmed with fine cambric ruffle. Only
45c. each.
This gown will compare favorably with any
offered elsewhere at 5e. to 15c. more.
Gowns of extra tine Muslm, yoke of torchon
lace inserting and fine tucks, neck, yoke and
sleeves handsomely trimmed with torchon lace.
Our "prize" g< wu. Onlj $1 each.
Chemise of fine cambric with square yoke of
fine torchon lace inserting and edging, neck and
sleeves trimmed with torchon lace. Only 75c.
ea< h.
BRIDAL SETS OF UNDERWEAR.
Bridal Sets of Fine Musliu Underwear, com
prising Gown. Chemise, and Drawers, elabor
ately trimmed with torchon lace. Only $:t. 50
per set.
Bridal Sets of Extra Fine Muslin, comprising
Gown, Chemise, and Drawers, handsomely
trimmed with nne Swiss embroidery. Gown
anil Chemise cut V-neck run with colored silk
ribbon. Only $5.50 per set.
Bridal Sets of Fine French Nainsook, com
prising Gown, Chemise, and Drawers, elegantly
trimmed with Smyrna lace and silk ribbon.
Only $?.:57 perset.
Bridal Sets of Elegant White Shanghai Silk,
comprising Gown, Chemise and Drawers, richly
Trimmed with Valenceinues Lace. Only
$21.02 tier set
SEPARATE STI.K UNDERGARMENTS.?
Fine Surah and Shanghai MlkGowns,in Cream,
Pink and Light Blue, elegantly trimmed with
Lace; exquisite styles, $12, $1:1.50, $16.50,
$ 1N and $20 each.
Surah Silk Drawers, $15.75 per pair.
Surah Silk Chemise, $4.87 and $7 each.
(Second floor, first annex.)
Grand'Apron Bazaar. Since the institution
of our Apron Bazaar we have sold a great many
more Aprons than during any previous equal
period. You have no idea of the uiruivnsity and
attractiveness of this stock, nor how cheap we
are selling fine Aprons, for Nurses, Ladies and
Children.
Nurses' Aprons of fine Liwn, wide hem. with
tucks Miove; also various other styles. 15,17,
10 at.d 25c. each.
Nurses' Aprons of India Linon, large size,
wide hern, with fine inserting above. Only
50c. e:u'h.
Fancy Aprons, made of finely Embroidered
French Naiusook, also of Plain and Dotted
Swisses, trimmed vith ribbon Very attrac
tive ui.d becoming styles; 50, (!2J^t 75, S7k>c?
$1, up to $3. This line has no equal in Wash
ington.
CHILDREN'S APRONS.?Aprons for Chil
dren in the nursery, for the table and tho
school. A very extensive variety, embracing
every desirable style. Children's Aprons of
cro-s-barred musliu, all sizes up to eight years.
Only 50c. each.
Children's Aprons, made of Fine Dimity
Lawn, long shirred waists, -traps over tlie
shoulders, Hamburg edge around the neck
and sleeves. Sizes 1 to 12 years. 50,02)^,05.
Oil. 75. ST'-g and !)5c. each.
Children's Fine Dimity Aprons, high neck
with Hamburg collar, short fancy sleeves,
three large ljox-nlaits .in the Gretchen waist,
extra length. Sizes 1 and 2 years, $1.50; 4
years, $1.02H; 0 years, $1.00; S and 10 years,
$1.7.>: 12 year*. 81.S7M.
Children's Extra-fine Undressed French
Nainsook Aprons, handsomely hemstitched;
all sizes: $2 and $2.25.
This much to give vott some idea of the
variety. For a better idea see the stock.
INFANTS' WEARABLES AND OUTFITS.?
This department has l>een removed to the new
or second annex on the second floor. Enlarged,
improved, and beautified by the addition of al
most everything possible to ask for in the way
of Infants' Clothing and Toilet Articles. We
are growing proud of this department and its
cozy quarters. Hero are a few items picked hai>
liazard: Infants' Shetland Wool Veils, 25c. In
fants' Fine All-Silk Veils. $1. Infants' Silk
Infants' Cashmere Long Cloak*. Embroidered
Cai? and Tucked Skirt, splendid quality and
weight. Only $.1.75 each.
Infants' Cashmere Long Clocks, with Embroi
dered Cape and Embroidered Skirt. Only $5
each.
Infant*1 Outfits?Here are two good values,
containing 17 and 21 pieces respectively, and
offered at tlifc low prices of $10 and $12 each.
2 Knit Saxony Shirta.
2 Flannel Bands.
2 Flannel Pinning Blanket*.
2 Flannel Skirts.
2 Cambric Night Slips.
2 Cambric Day Slips.
1 Cambric Day Dress.
1 piece Cotton Birdoye.
2 pair Crochet Bootees.
1 Fine Baptismal Rolie.
Price for the outfit of 17 pieces $10
4 Day Dresses.
4 Night Dresses.
1 Flanuel Shawl.
2 Flannel Skirts.
2 Flannel pinning Blanket*.
2 Knit Saxony Shirts.
2 Flannel Bands.
1 piece Cotton Birdeye.
2 pair Crochet Bootees.
1 fine Baptismal Kobe.
Price for tlie Outfit of 21 pieces... $12
We can fix you up an outfit as high as yon
wi**1 Mail orders for either of the
above will be filled same day as received.
SATURDAY'S USUAL CORSET SALE.
W e offer jron the benefit of onr buying skill
aad experience. We wouldn't have an ill-fitting
Corset in stock We have chosen and dropped,
and dropped and chosen until we believe there
is no bettering this present assortment
Good Jean Corsets at 50c. food German Woven
Corsets, of durability and intrinsic worth, at
75c R. * G. Corsets, of unusual merit, at $1.
From this price we show yon either L C.'a. C
P.'s or Thompson's. Full line of Ferris Corset
H aists for Ladies, Children and Jtiseea.
A floor; first annex.)
WOODWARD * LOTHBOP.
Cor. 11th and F sta. n.w.
Unusual Bargains And Why.
Seven of the Palais Royal buyers were sent to New
York early this week to take sdvautaee of the whole
sale men's stock-taking time, with grand result*. We
have closed out many "broken lota" at leas than >??'*
price.
A wholesale man's "broken lots" doesn't mean dam
aged (roods; his "broken lota" are in whole dosensjuid
he reckons dozens, when he close* out for the season,
as we and you do a single article. Bead carefully the
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roil SATURDAY. JANUARY 12TH.
We write "FOR SATURDAY." If you don't call to
morrow please don't on Monday, when we tell you
"nil pone" angrily remark "I don't believe you hati
them." We write from past experience?when qualities
were limited and prices hslf.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
(Continued below.)
Handkerchief B
ARGAINS.
A manufacturer's six mouths' accumulation of
"Broken Lots." The history of them:
Manufacturers sell iu dozens. Any fraction of a
dozen is thrown out. And. too. a thread slips and
the handkercheifs is condemned. At stock-taking
time-once every six monhs?they are almost (riven
to their best customer, who is flattered aud compli
mented.
The prices quoted below many readers will not be
lieve |<osstble, but as we have but 2.353 of these Hand
kerchiefs enonurli will read aud believe to eiote. lh> m
fill out to-mnrrow.
ONE LOT 15c. HANDKERCHIEFS.
Not one worth less than 25c., aud hundreds worth
50c.
I<lriitiral Handkerchief* are now in nvm<ir ttock
marked 48c.
ONE LOT 25c. HANDKERCHIEFS.
HandWerchiefsthat sell from 50c. tc $1 are In this
25c. lot.
.1 few dozen with mourning bir'U-r*, of trhirh tor can
thoie duplicate* in regular Hock marked # 1.25.
ONE LOT 50c. handkerchiefs.
Those who believe when we write. Handkerchiefs
worth 82.50 each can Is- found in this 50c. lot will not
l*> disapiointed if they'll call TO-MOBItOW AND
NOT MONDAY.
Z If In above lots may be found genuine Hand
Embroidered French Linen Handkerchiefs, with
White, Colored aud Monrulug Ixirders, scalloi>ed and
hemstitched. All are perfect. excepting the All-White
II indkerchiefs, and which are so slightly lmi>erfect
that you must be told of what the ordinary eye would
not see.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
(Continued below,)
On Saturday ]Not M
At same prices on Monday if any of the\ foil owing
(roods are here, but they won't be.
manufacturer'S BROKEN LOTS.
JEWELRY?68c. each for choice of 132 pieces of
Roll Gold Jewelry?Lace Pins aud Brooches. These
I>erf<vt imitations of the real L-old have real Garnets
and Turquoise, also imitation Diamonds and Pearls set
in real Gold Settings. Many duplicate* of these pin*
TV"" in stork at $1.50, $1.75. # 198 and ft. to.
NECKWEAR?#1.75 for All-Silk Black Silk I .ace
Scarfs, 8 feet lomr; #2.25 for those 0 feet long. Good
value* at aiid$3.98. lite, each for 3-ply Linen
Standing Cape Collars with tiny turn-down points.
Style fin/' quality of S5c. Collar*
VEILING?15c. for the new Chenille Dot Veils in all
colors. 50c. for the "Directoire" Veiling, and 50c.
for the "Jane Hading." The u?ual pricei are well
known.
UNDERWEAR?72 Silk and Lisle Vests in combina
tion colors at 68 and 85c. each. Good value* at 91T5
and $1.50.
HOSIERY?f)8c. a pair for 72 pairs Spun Silk Hose
in evening aud street shades. Jfave been adirrtined hy
other* at s I. &8.
FANS?$1.50 and $2 each for 11 Black Ostrich
Feather Fans, and #1.50 each for 21 Silk Gauze Fans.
Jwt half luiiial price*.
GLOVES?Saturday is "Glove Day," as usual, and as
pood liarpains will be offered as for any preceding
Saturday. The above quoted UNUSUAL BARGAINS
have robbed the Glove Dept. of its space in the "Htar."
so we rent an additional column in to-morrow's "Post"
for Gloves. See the "Post" to-morrow.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
(Continued Mow.)
OXDAY.
w ltAPS At Half P
RICE.
The same wraps as advertised two months airo, but
different prices. First we clipped off a quarter, then
a dollar, siul?getting desperate at the con tinned warm
weather?then dollars. HALF PRICE is now reached
in many instances. The grand final?10 PER CENT
OFF THE REDUCED PRICES. AND ALTERA
TIONS FREE OF CHARGE. Who wouldn't have a
new Seal Plush Wrap or an English Beaver Newmarket
or Walking Jacket at half price? Why', it's the very
best time for you to buy. even if not wanting a wrap
now. Winter weather hatt yet to come.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
(Continued below.)
A Dress To Fit For 40c.
THE PALA18 ROYAL has made arrangements with
Mr. George White, the celebrated Iodic*' tailor, to sup
ply READY-CUT, GLOVE-FITTING, WAIST LIN
INGS, FOR 40c.?a trifle more than the cost of the
material, and saving the purchase of paper patterns.
tr\ written guarantee signed by Mr. Geonre White
and the "Palais Royal," also instructions, given with
each lining.
!*""Tho imitation# of the genuine should be avoided
by those who wish a perfeet-fittinir dress; therefore,
ask for"WHITE'S LININGS," aud take no other.
the PALAIS ROYAL.
(Continued below.)
Cotton Underwear At Cost.
The critical Judge will see the merits of the following
bargains. The clever Judge will shut her eye* to a
few creases, a finger mark, and be content to hunt
awhile for the size required, which, if not in one lot
will bo in another. DO THIS and you will
recognize even BETTER BARGAIN8 THAN
QUOTED for the "OPENING" OF COTTON
underwear.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
(Continued below.)
Nightgowns At Cost.
As we remarked above, {he garments show signs of
the "Opening" rush. If they didn't the following
prices wouldn't be:
1 Lot #1.15 Gowns for 8b e.
3 Lots #1.35 Gowns for 08c.
3 Lots #1.68 Gowns for #1.25.
2 Lots #3.48 Gowns for #2.08.
2 Lots #3.08 Gowns for #2 08.
3 Lots #4.08 Gowns for #3.08.
2 Lots $5.20 Gowns for #3.88.
CV Above Gowns trimmed with finest Hedici and
Plat Val Laces and Fine Embroideries.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
(Continued below.)
Skirts At Reduced Price.
What we write above of Gowns we must say of Skirts.
1 Lot 75c. Skirts for 59c.
1 Lot 68c. Skirts for 50c.
1 Lot #1 Skirts for 75c.
2 Lots $1.25 Skirts for 98c.
1 Lot #1.08 Skirts for #1.25.
tr Above Skirts in cotton and cambric, with lace
and embroidery trimming.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
(Continued below.) *
Some Chemises Below Cost.
Launder them and they'll be worth full priosa.
1 Lot 75c. Chemises for 50c.
1 lot #1.35 Chemises for 98c.
1 Lot #1.98 Chemises for 98c.
1 Lot #2.25 Chemises for $1.25.
1 Lot #2.98 Chemises for #1.98.
tVSomeof above are extra Ion#, with lace-trimmed
skirts.
(Continued below.)
THE PALAIS BOY Alt
Corset Covkbs At Cor.
1 Lot 68c. Corset Covers for 50c. ,
X Lota 85c. Corset Covers for 59c.
S lots #1.25 Corset Coven for 85c.
W Trimmed with fiasst embroidery sod lsoes.
THE PALAIS ROYAL,
Corner 12th and Pennsylvania sve.
A. LISNKR, Prop.
Anneal S.ALE
CAMBRIC AND MUSLIN UNDERWEAR ror
ladies AND MISSES
COMMENCES MONDAY. J ANT ART 7.
we keep the Doit reliable and approved roods.
pet- Market space Window.
Aak to iee the V. V. WAIST for Children.
INFANTS' SUPS AND SHORT DRESSES.
SEW GOODS AXD CORRECT PRICES.
embroideries. EMBROIDERIES.
J tut received flnt Importation of Fine CAMBRIC
and xaixsook EMBROIDERIES
Lot of slightly Soiled and Short Ends of HAMBURG
embroidery at HALF PRICE FOR CASH. Call
early and aecoie BafVains.
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719 MARKET SPACE.
Ja7
sli.K ay ARP ii exrietta Cloths.
NEWEST SHADES AND FINEST QUALITY AT $1
PER YARD. THESE ARE THE SAME quality
THAT WE HAVE ALWAYS SOLD FOR #1.50. THE
COLORS ARE THE LATEST AXD THE FINISH
SUPERB.
150 BROADCLOTHS REDUCED TO #1.
ISO DRESS GOODS REDUCED TO # 1.25.
123 DRESS GOODS REDUCED TO #1.
SPECIAL BARGAIN'S IX ALL-WOOL HENRI
ETTAS AT 50c. ALL-WOOL CHUDDAS ATti-ttc.,
REDUCED FROM 75o.
FINEST FRENCH FLANNELS REDUCED FROM
85c. TO 05c. LINEN TABLE CLOTHS AND XAP
KIXS AT VERY LOW PRICES. special BAR
GAIN'S IN HUCK ALL-LINEN TOWELS AT #3 PER
DOZ. HOSIERY AN D underwear OF SUPERIOR
QUALITY AT THE LOWEST possible PRICES
BLACK RIBBED SILK HOSE THAT WILL NOT
CROCK AT #2 PER PAIR, THE BEST GOODS IX
THE MARKET.
A JOB LOT OF CHILDREN'S HOSE AT U5c.,
REDUCED FROM h7m AXD 50c.
BLACK FAILLE francai8 AXD GROS GRAIX
SILKS. 25 PER CEXT LESS THAX REGULAR
PRICES. BLACK AND COLORED SILK VELVETS.
we HAVE TWO PIECES OF EXTRA QUALITY
SILK VELVETS AT 87 AND #9 THAT CANNOT
BE duplicated, THEY ARE THE FINEST IM
PORTED.
GAUZES, NETS AND illusioxs AT REDUCED
PRICES.
W. M. SHUSTER a RONS.
Ja7 919 PENN. AVE.
P hiladelphia Storf.
THE STOCK MUST BE REDUCED.
We offer
LADIES' CLOAKIN'gs, all this wason's poods: re
duced to $1.38, $2 and $2.25.
40-Inch HEN RIETTA, Extra Value, reduced to 68c.;
worth 85c. and $ i. ?
FRENCH WRAPPER FLANNELS reduced to 58c.;
worth t>5 and 75c.
50kand 52-inch LADIES' CLOTHS and TRICOTS, 50
ceuta ; worth 05 and 75.
5 Piece* DRESS GOODS. Black. Brown. Bronze, Xavy
and Red, reduced to 31c. from 50c.
A GEXERAL REDUCTION THROUGHOUT the
8TORE.
WE are OFFERING special inducements IN
carpets.
CARHART k LEIDY.
Ja5 928 7th and 700 K it. n.w.
Frank si. Lewis.
jeweler, silversmith
m
AXD
DEALER IN FINE STATIONERY.
BEING overstocked IN THE FOLLOWING
GOODS, will ALLOW A discount OF
15 per CEXT fob CASH OXLY:
15 Per Cent off FRENCH CLOCKS.
15 Per Cent off FRENCH dkonzl8.
lb Per Cent off lema1re OPERA u LASSES.
15 Per Cent off SILK UMBRELLAS.
1215 PA AVR
ESTABLISHED 1840. >4-3m
Mtreoor fe co.
? Baltimore, Md. ,208 8. F.utaw street.
Patent Barl<er Chair* and Barber Furniture. All
kind* of Barber Supplies.
Reliable and best place for outfits at lowest prices.
Call on us. Ja4-law4f
Our Great Reduction Sale
IB STILL IN PROGRESS,
and the Suits marked down to #8.90 an beinjr taken
by storm.
TROUSERS TO ORDER $4.50.
Too shonld see the 3ine of TROUSERINGS ws are
making up at #4.50. They are faultless in at and
eiixmah BROS.
SEVEXTH AND e STREETS,
manufacturing clothiers AND TAILORS.
h2 7-3u?
?yoo CAN GET A #25 chinchilla OVRBOOAT
^LONDON AND liverpool CLO^HDiO.PP.,^
W? II. M.Kvrw
W33 Niiiii)It?iiUan?*
f? I o??o X ? V*
| no V 8 S VvV S" S
OGG LLLL OO V kKK Ss*
Of ??j dearrtptioti. lor atreet wear. callin*. or tfca
ftneat rece^tiona.
yKr roarantee pmy pur of our beet makea, and via
at tbem If rv^ucted.
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In mi the rnew vhadee of 8ilk. Fine CotM?. IJ.1*
Thread, an.5 Balbriimn. Our hut Mack H.?r cannot
be euryaaaed by mi) other make la tlif market. Fvrrj
I?ir nmntn] not to rub oC or crack.
complete ASSORTMENT (OH rXDEBWEA*
haxukkkohifj's. corsets <c. p. and p. n4
iink-*?i, COLLARS AND CUFF*. lU'CHINU,
VEILING, UMliK ELLAS. 4c., 4c.
I*lk? will |<le**e remember our REDUCED
PRICES on *RAM mud children'S CLOAkft.
SFAL-SKIN SACyUES AT|(iKEATLY|KrITCEt
PRICES.
WM. H. McKXEW,
Succeneor to R H Taylor.
J?3-3ra ?:? iv'hiikj ivaii in.
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li> th?* iur?iit. uu<\ *| - rt?tii<*n ?r?* u
c?U and euuuiae it at l AHAN h -i ril i.uii?e
luiii, r?-iin*>l\auu *w. j?7-l?
W E W I L
&
continue
THE tex PES CEST DISCOUXT
CSTIL FURTHER notice,
fob CASH OS OR BEFORE DELIVERY.
THIS discount will BE allowed OS EVERT
article IS THIS ESTABLISHMENT.
tou KXOW EVTRYTHISG XECFSSARY fob
Fl'RNTSHXSO HOMES FROM CI I.LAB
TO boof. EXCEPTING CROCKER*.
HARDWARE and tinware,
is fob sale here.
FURNITURE OF EVERT de8criptios, carpet*
and BUGS OF ALL KINDS and OUAU
TIES, ITHOLSTERV GOODS and IS
TEBIOB DECORATION8 OF ALL the
SEWE8T and BEST DESIGNS,
bedding OF VARIOUS
KINDS. *c? Ac.
ALL prices MARKED IS PLAIS FIGURES.
W. B MOSES k SOS.
COBN'EB IITH ASD F 8th. K. W.
WMiiuvtoo, o. a
DISCOUXT
10 PEB CENT
UNTIL
Ji3 further NOTICE.
More About Gtbocebieb
MX
ELFH0SZ0 youngs OOMPAKT.
(SATURDAY, J AS. S, lSSUI.
SotirithiUndjnr the pftl nnwof our GESEBAl
CLEARING VP SALE, wr .till have In etock a coo
aiderable quantity of certain llnee of deeirable rood*
both Staple and Fancy, that we are wllltwr
of at bargain RATES. We have. therefore,
mined to continue onr cot pricee on a number of ap*
rial linea until JAXUABY loth, and name in part
Genuine Vermont Maple Syrup, full quart bote 45*
McMecbeu'a Maple Syrup, commercial quart bote.40*
Pure French Cream Candy, I
Preserved Gla*er (new), whole pota..
Preeerved Ginirer (new), half pota
f orr?d Ginrer (new), i
WEISBADEN* preserves.
Blood Peachea, i<er Jar...
White Strawberries, per Jar...
ELPHONZO TOUXG* COMPAXT.

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