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THE EVENING STAR.
W ASllINtiTON:
wmi?n.a rrliruarr 20. 1
(BOVHV *. k. Editor.
tRC ETKMXi UTAH Iim the fallen lornl
t ireulntioa of unr >e*r?|iaper In.the Worlil.
? ?4 ?? AH\erfi?in? Jlrdium in worth
mmrr than all Ike other papers publi^brd
la W Bukliftm.
To Corrfipon<1fnt?.
ttr letter* relating to the editorial or business
4op*rtmentB of tho paper should be addressed to
the Editor, or th? Publisher, aa the rase may be,
and not to an individual. The Utter course fre
quently causes vexatious delays.
tw Communications cannot be returned.
Where preservation Is desired, writers should re
tain a copy of their manuscripts.
f Anonymous communications ire not read
In this office. It is therefore useless to send them
This community owes a debt of gratitude to
Mr. Taulbee. both for bis effort to preserve in
its integrity the testimony in the real estate
investigation an J for his honest and sensible re
port upon this testimony. He has done his
duty in the face of abuse and of annnoying
though petty persecution. The findings of his
report are fully sustained by the testimony, as
it came from the mouths of the witnesses, and
represent the opinions of nine-tenths of the
people of the District.
This investigation was not originated by The
Stab, or urged by it, or conducted by it after
the House had decided upon the inquiry, and
it has not thonght that the committee has per
formed tho duty of investigation which the
House intrusted to it. But the testimony which
was forced upon the committee sustains in
every substantial particular Tub Stab's pub
lished statements of fact, so far as they bear
upon the same points, and the reasonableness
of Tie Stab's deductions from these facts will,
it is believed, be sustained by the judgment of
every one of its readers.
According to the majority report Mr. Cox
was requested by the Commissioners, '-in the
absence of any expressed authority of law to
employ an agent," "to assist in the procuring
aud purchasing of certain sites" for public uses
-without compensation from them, and in such
purchases Mr. Cox "acted maxnly in the inter
est of the grantor to the District." Mr. Cox
is thus left in the position of serving two hos
tile masters, and this report does not state by
whom, as a matter of fact, his compensation
was actually paid. The questions of greatest
interest to the District are not directly touched.
The community had hoped that the committee
would investigate and ascertain whether the
relations of Mr. Cox to the Commissioners were
or were not of the confidential character which
would prevent him from buying on his own ac
count the property indicated as desirable for
public use and from selling at an advance to
the District, as in the police station site case.
It was expected that an opinion would be given
as to whether or not the District did not pay
Mr. Cox's compensation in cases like that of
Mr. Willard and that of Mr. Dodge, where the
vendor viewed Mr. Cox as the representative
of the District, charged and collected his own
price for the property sold, and openly and
avowedly added Mr. Cox a compensation to
tho price which the vendor was willing
to take in order to make the
price which the District paid. The
testimony throws considerable light on
these questions. How in view of that evidence
the majority of the committee could indorse,
even vaguely and evasively, a method of pur
chase which is not only "susceptible of abuse,"
but which by making an intermediary serve
two masters is certain to be abused, passes all
comprehension. Where the intermediary was
known to represent the District, the excuse for
his employment fails; where he was paid
directly or indirectly by the District, suoh pay
ments were without authority of law. and
where he was paid by the vendor a commission
dependent on the amount of the price se
cured it is logically absurd to assert that
he voluntarily cheapened that price,
and ' with it his own commission. The
system of purchasing employed will be
condemned by every thoughtf tl mind, and it
should be reformed in the public interest. The
Commissioners have befogged the real issues
in this controversy in order that they might
congratulate themselves npon vindication from
charges which have not been made. There is
no escape from the conviction that the method
of purchase is bad. that the present interme
diary has not. in its application, relieved it of
any of its objectionable qualities, and that the
Commissioners ought to have known more than
they did concerning the conduct of their non
descript assistant in the duty of purchasing
public sites. The testimony suggests, not cor
ruption. but unfitness for important executive
office in the Commissioners affected.
Senator Harris has made a resolution and
there is no doubt he will keep it. The failure
of the Senate to confirm the President's ap- .
pointments has decided the Tennessee Senator j
to make a motion daily to the end of the
session to go into executive session and con
sider nominations. He finds that Mr. Cleve
land's nominations to the number of 277 have
been pigeonholed. In contrast. President
Arthur made 612 nominations subsequent to
the election in 1*W4. and all but 20 were con
firmed, while Mr. Hayes nominated CHO officials
in the same period, and but few of them were
not confirmed. The figures, it is claimed,
speak well for the present administration. The
number is not unusual?rather under than
over the number of routine appointments.
Rat the difference comes with a decided dis
tinction. The republican presidents were
choosing officials from their own party ranks.
What the republican Senators seem to object
to is a legacy of democratic office-holders.
They, doubtless, think they have received all
they want already.
Rearrangement of state lines is something
legislatures have always been slow to approach.
A conse rvative sense of the dignity of a state
in the American union seems to have stead
fastly deprecated any tinkering with state
boundaries. Alabama is now asking to have
that part of Florida west of the Chattahoochec
and Appalachicola rivers set off from Florida
and annexed to Alabama. The suggestion is
In some lights a good one. A long "shoe
String" section of any state usually feels its
isolation, and sooner or later craves annexa
tion to the most congenial territory adjoining.
The Florida strip is anxious to share in the
'-new south" spirit that is making Alabama
march so rapidly forward.
Work stopped Saturday on the Panama canal.
?nd it will be time soon to get news of the re
mit on the thousan<ls of negroes and coolies
employed there. As Ion* as their money holds
out they will behave well enough. After that
it will take good management and some force
to control them. Three American war vessels
are at the Isthma/ ready for any outbreak.
An organized effort should be made promptly
to remove the negroes back to the West Indies.
Whale's milk is the latest jtanacea for scrofu
lous disease. It sells in the form of "whid
oid," a condensed form of the article. So far
London is the onlv place where it is obtainable.
Owe of Queen Victoria's ingenious subjects has
a whale dairy, consisting of one animal, which
he keeps in a tank browsing on seaweed. At ,
milking time the water is drawn off and the ;
pretty dairy maid with her pail and stool as
cends a platform and appropriate* in the usual
fashion the daily output of the cetaceous
lacteal. The discovery suggestfc an illiiratable
field lor courageous capital to make ar. invest
ment?a field boundless as old ocean \tsclf.
L
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ANDKOSCOGOIX MTSLIX. 7* tents.
Good 10-eent MU SLIN, ft e n;*.
CLARK'S WOOL COTTON. cents <k*.
All DBY OOODtJ sad NOTION* < umsroodiatfy
tow
h H. Mcl LOSKY.
a?-ac* HlOe 14thst.n.w.
For The Inaugural B
For gentlemen the full-dress vol t la, of course,
the proper thing; besides, it la the expressed
request of the committee of arrancamenta that
gentlemen should ao appear A reasonable re
quest and one eaaily complied with, provided,
however, that yon permit v to It yon out.
Our atork of fnll-dreee suite la perfect?the
atxee are all complete. We can fit every manner
of man?the greet big man and the very imall
man, the tall and slim. the abort and stout, and
the man of medium build. We carry three
grades of these dreaa auita, good, better and bat-.
priceaam right, of conrea aIvnyt art in our
Boute. The garments are cut correctly,
trimmed elegantly and will be found to fit per
fectly. Look them over before you place your
order with a merchant tailor. We'll aave yon
money, time and temper.
Advsnce styles of spring overcoata are daily
coming' in.
BOBIXSON, PARKER k CO.,
FINEST CLOTHING HADE,
KO.w.f.m 319 a. e. oor. of 7th and D at*.
JJEADQ
CARTERS
For ready-made dresses and underwear for ladies,
misses, and children, at the
|
"MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENT."
Our spring atylea are now ready for inapection, and
we invite the ladiea to calL We have dresses in every
grade, from (3 up to (50. From a calico wrapper to
a fine silk dreaa. We defy any competition, either in
stylo or price. Wo poaitively guarantee a aave of 60
per cent on every purchase, and a good At. Every gar
ment ia of our own make, and if you deal with ua you will
surely aave a retailer's profit, and if alterations are
necessary it ia done while waiting-.
-ANY GARMENT MADE TO ORDER ON ONE
DAY'S NOTICE."
"?MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENT,"
Second floor parlors,
fSO-lCt 918 7th at. n. w. (Herzog's old ataud).
1* HILADELPHIA StORB
FOB THE INAUGURATION.
Bargains in
Blankets and Comforts,
Table Linens, Napkins and
Towels.
SPECIAL. Another lot of the
52-in. Lidies' Cloths, 50c.
38-incli Fancy Dress Goods, only
3t*\. fully worth 30c.
35-inch Fancy Dress Goods, only
22c., worth 35c.
MOHAIB CHALLIES.
Just received, only 37*<c.
FRENCH SATTEF.NS AND GINGHAMS.
24-inch SUBAHS, in
All the Leading Shades,
at 50 and 05c.
A FULL LINE OF SILKS AND SATINS
of every description.
SPECIAL. CARPETS, MATTINGS and OIL
CLOTHS. Headquarters for low prices.
CARHART k LEIDY.
fl 6 928 7th and 700 K st. n.w.
The Opening Of Xhf.
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Commodious Kstatilishment. Everybody was pleased I
with both STORE and BARGAINS which were offered,
we will therefore continue our
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Kid Glomes in eithi r Plain or Embroidered Backs at
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We are offering .">0 doz. of Genuine I >sTnask Towels,
warranted all Linen and one yard long, worm 15c.
cacb, at
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We are offering 100 doz. of Indies', Miaees' and
rhildreu'a 40c. Warranted Fast Bla> k stainless Hose
at
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money is '-heerfully refunded in case u:ir guarantee is
not ful filled.)
We are offering ft.000 yards of 5 and 0-incli wide
Hamburg hiub.. a hich ia lull} worth 1 he. a yard, at
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We are still offering that wonderful 88c. Dwight
Anchor Gent's Dress Shirt at
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All these bargain* can only be had at
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Spring W FATHER
WILL SOON BE HERE, AXD THEN ME
DIUM - WEIGHT CLOTHING WILL BE
NEEDED.
THE MOST USEFUL AND MOST POPULAR
EARLY SPRING GOODS ARE THE #
MEDICM AND BROAD-WALE WORSTEDS.
WE HAVE THEM IN FINE ENGLISH AXD
GEKMAX MAKES. CUT IN
PRIXCE ALBERT AXD CUTAWAY COATS.
SILK-FACED AXD PLAIN LAPEL&
f
THESE ABE CHOICE GOODS FROM THE
BEST XEW YORK HOUSES AXD CCT IS
THE LA TEST STYLE*.
A FINK ASSORTMENT OF
XEW PIECE GOODS FOR SPRIXG WEAR
JUST RECEIVED IX OL'B CUSTOM DEPART
MENT FROM WHICH TO MAKE SUITS AND
TROUSERS TO ORDER.
E. B. BARXUM k CO..
fe-0 S31 PEXXSYLVANIA AVE.
New Spbixg Goods.
Just received another shipment of New Spring Goods
ceapriaii'gWuul ana Silk Henrietta* French natu-eus.
^ J.V. , '.- coUiUuation Miitings mid
< i.usa Silks also a full hue of Linen Sheeting*. Pillow
?V'i1 "if Tab!" Clotjisand Napkins to match,
fable Pauiaek* all grades. Hemstitched Linen SlieeU
aud PUlow t a.?es, D?u.ai.i and lltu k Tow els. Silk and
Lisle Hose in great veriety. ^
PJO-3m HtsjK BBO. 1 CO., 1328 F st
Special Bargains In 1? urs And
w b a PS.
SEALSKIN SHOULDER CAPE and MUFF.
ASTRACHAN trimmed at coat
TWO SEAL JACKETS, $75 and $80
PLUSH JACKETS. VISITES and 8ACQUE8, excel
lent quality, at oust.
The balance of Muffa, Buaa and Collars in *11 Furs at
cost. Ail reliable guoda and genuine bargains, at
W1LLETT * RL'OFF,
Batten and Furriers.
l~? 806 him. m
Special Fob To-mobrow.
Friday bflinfr a holiday, ? an ;ictpat o a busy day to
morrow. Thoae wi?liin? glove. and .hoe* fitted pltam
call earlr to-morrow,
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FOR THFRSDAT. FEBRPABY 21.
IN EW KECKWEAR.
the MIn'II J00tr*dl<-ted that the l.rrest display of
Men s Scarf8 are to be seen displayed iu window
i1,8? ?l,?a AraKs:
J'^ v?POrW *nd do?e?ti<- novelties,
with nT ,n D^rakin Glove. in new shades and
^ P'tf"t automatic fastening for <1 a pair.
Remember, tried on at our risk-Kvsrjr pair warranted.
JCon^edbelow., THE PALAIS ROYAL"
^Opening" Op 89 W??
stl^fxr has pleasllre * writing the entire
an m? l.?** e ,prin^ 1?"? hare arrived
and in aakinsr you to the formal "Opening" to-morrow
promise a display excelling all previous exhibition*.
_ _ , ABOUT THE PRICES.
wiTn f n* K"ra'U the *?Ut*T store in theeitv that
*''"e deaI1"f,ln Fine O00.U only, doe* not do a credit
business. Price* are therefore quoted that are a reve
lation to those who Lava "accounts" at the credit
stores.
??THK XEW WALKING JACKETS.
.J0!8 Mary Stuart" and the ??Directorie" represent
the leading novelty respectively of London and Paris.
They are Shown in Navy. Tan, Terra Cotta, London
Bed, and the new Grays, Blues, and Greens
rio.h W* ,h"e *he new J**ets In Jersey
Cloth, Diagonal, Corkscrew, Cheviot, and Kersey
THE NEW ULSTERS.
The "Trish Peasant" and the "Conamara" are the ac
knowledged styles in London for the spring- of 1883
They ?e shown in atrii-ed. checked, and English
cloths of plain colors. With loose front and tisrht
back: also shirred front and back are shown noveltie.
These have rirdles. '
THE NEW MODJESKAS.
'!?*n,,"co- wealth?so speak the imported
Modjeskaa in all colors. Braided sll over
FOR OI.DF.R FOLKS.
Black Camels'Hair Wraps; also those 0f Diagonal
Cloth, with brsid trimming. ^
THE NEW BEADED WRAPS
t nnamed as yet, but fitting to perfection. Styles for
all figures from $fi to #35 ' s ,or
issssssss,"*^"^ ?>??-?
M.?? , ?.TH? NEW 1Sfi0 JERSEYS.
Wa'*?s^rather^hsnr|eyi b"Te D?W the al'P?>rance of
and the^ri? lis!T*: ,nd'?ta"> the tit is assured
and the | ri< e less than for waista to measure u?, d we
further praise the 18811 Jerseys' Uecd *e
fnWj.!!'?W *hcm S'ncked. Pleated Braided, Tucked
^taist and Blouse Stvlpa aii 11,.
colors. Ladle.'and Children" 1 th? u"w
THE NEW ROBES DE CHAMBRE
lahtTnd i**'e roUld combine colors and mater
mere" Surah^rl i*? '? ChUlien, C.^
i *!i **Peneae S.lks ?re shown
Gema of Parisian art and at "Palais Roy.]" prices.
TEN PER CENT DISCOUNT.
Forto-morrow 10 percent off the marked prices of
winter stock of all Roal, Plnsh, arid Cloth VJsites,
Listers, Raglans, Jacket for lad.es and children
(Continued below.) THE I>ALAlfj BOYAL.
Ladies: Is It Not So?
lime flies and with it opportunitea lost. Onr stock
of requisites for evenin* wear is now COMl'LFTE
From now 'till March the 4th the variety
will not the most desirable novelties l>e first to go ?
. " K'* . "ot ?" '-Can't we afford a smaller marrin
of profit than the credit stores y
EVENING GLOVES.
Best Undressed French Kid Gloves. Warranted
Trie, on at our risk. Considerably lower price!
U?uull> charKetl for the bent Gloves, viz:
K-button leigtha, ^?l 8.">.
Elbow 1? nirths for $2/2.",.
To turn the elbow. $2.75.
Shoulder length* for |3.50.
Extra dies for |4 75.
In Black, White, Cream, Pearl, and Tans.
?13^ K''1 G1"ves- *'? Embroidered,
?1 Every pair warranted. Tried on if desired
EVENING MITTS.
The most popular are the Shoulder-length Mitts of
Silk I^'e.the tops beinir puffe d and finished ?11 h ri J
^en'di^rh^r''wh,te- c^k- pink-bi
,houi<ur
bilk Jersey Mitts in all colors.
8-button lengths for C,Sc.
To reach the elbow, *lHr.
To turn the elbow. $1.13.
Shoulder Ii nirths for ijl 8!>
evening hosi; etc. *
Black spun silk hose of superior quality for *1 in ?
stocking usually retailinir at *1 ?p-, ti
is headquarter, for KrJ of evl^^^
Black silk hose 59c to #5. description.
Colored silk hose 85c to $4.50.
The hose at 85c. are remarkable value ti,_ r ?
ankles are black, with colored silt nnd
?ilk vests for full dress are also shown?lb'*,<1
nineteen different colors. ejnh.
Corsets for evening wear a specialty
vr EVENING SLIIPEUS.
Ve can fit any foot not actually deformed.
Bronze Kid Slippers. French h<-<-]s *?>
Black Kid Slipjiers. French heel.. $l.?'s
Jndte Slippers. I.OU1S XV. heels red
leather vamp, $3.50. ' ?uarieni, patent
Beaded Brouze Kid Oxfords, $0 r>0
Patent-leather Oxfords with colore,! ,
$(i.50. colored su<-de upis rs,
$S Md V?",h"' Pa,ent l"?l'er Oxfords, f : .cJ
. EVENING SILKS.
h?dp2^0\r^::^~h,em.im,Uti0n 0f
f^oc. and $1 China Silks In any shade yon may ask
$1..15 Fimired Japanese Silk. !
<5c. and $ 1 lflRuruh ilks
*1 to 41-98 FhiIIm Francatsa.
* I 35 Moir?i Silks.
?.V:. Satin DncheM.
rr- w e can afford les. nrofit ??.i ... ,
better values for above price, than offered aTtlTcred^ I
EVENING NETS
;?0c. a rani for Silk Gauze DrapeiV Nets ?,m. 4i, , !
I
evening Vixs
rriie. from 50.-. ?|-,o -so', 'H?k ?
Fans. I*c? Fans snd Feather Wans The ^ ?"nf!
after are the "M try An l^rs..-,- VausIostHch^
mounted on a single .ti^-k e,,. v h 1 |
mounted on bo?e at.-ks sr.a.r- v,rl! '1""""
five Ost rich F^-rs. ?r??li -l-r.-ite TUe
pen?ive have seven henutlf'il Plumes wi"imT "
shaded, inoun'ed oa |w?arl sticks ' *re
IT?- The Uwi! It, *Z ??4^nX*,?rt#H?dolart
__ , _ EVENING handkerchiefs
cr,;,ally ?o,e the
t; -!o t^ :rs p *b
prk^to?iv,'J,d,!of ,hevari!.y0' ^ tUa
evening jewelry
A variety as c,.ipplete as at any Jewelry .tore in t4,wn
and price, one-third li es.
RE\L TORTOISE SHELL HAIR ORNAMFNTS
Trices ran.-e from 10c. f?r tho Plain Double Hair
Pin. to $1M.50 for Elaborately Carved lUck C.mbs
A variety^ between the above-mentioned extreme
pnce? that will be much appreciated.
LORGNETTES. From $3.75 to'$14 each. R.-al
^ ar, ?'.T?,' M*tan"> T'"' "-,r- Pensive showing
an artist ? hand in conception and execution
beal amber jewelry.
NECKLACES. 50c. to $10 a strand. Those for
which we charjre 60c. are usually ret ailed at * ] " hile
tho .damond-like Brilliancy of the Finely-cut B^ads
we .ell at $10 make them worth $15 in the ei ,?* o< the
s^Kwbo La*10 wiu f-r?'?*? ^r/sin!
IIAIR ORNAMENTS. Pins, Brooches, Earring
Bracelet*. I. there a flue variety elsewhere in tuis
"AMBER SHELL" I. a name coined for the shel
from the stomach of the tortoise. Since it 'ook < ?.??
jj" *niber than sliell we quote here the "Amber Shell"
"k'r (,r' ?i"entH. which we show in elaborate and va
i ried styles from 85c. toifc^ 75.
KKAL GAESET JEWELRY*
LACE PINS AND BKOOCHES, ?ettinir.'nf 14 l,r,t
fjdd. Prices, $1?5 to $8,5 ??'Vyvlluy S
Kl' all?niasai\t bui ^t,Mic. In ?me of theJe Broach!?,
you may count oU traruet., each with iu aeparateset
r Wlth wirrl'- 8">c. to $3 pair
i?RA?i\\ fr,>Ui Lou<w ?- * ??"'.as.
JlKAf-ELI TS one row ipimets, $1-2 rows, si ?>?
WThis (iarnet Jewelry b^ w ow dLta
portation, vie feel confldent of not only much lower
R?TY y UUOtW1, bU< A St'I-EBlOB \Z
THE
A. LIS NEB. Prop.,
U01 Cdimi 12th and Pa. an.
I
Ok Our First FLOOR
NEW ARRIVALS AND SOME OTHER THINGS.
HATS.
We be* to announce the arrival of advaae* *tyie* of
Spring head wear?The shapes in both (tiff tod soft
hat* that will be moat popular this coming ?on are
now in our establishment in all the variety of new
shades. We have been striving for some time to hare
a silk hat manufactured that would overcome (to many
gentleman) the serious objection of uncomfortable
weight?We've bit it this time?As "light aa leathers."
Try one on and sec what a difference there is.
You'll like the new shapes?They are graceful, stylish
affairs?zuade on the popular blocka.
SHOES.
Here, also, you'll find us with the forerun nets of
spring already for you?By the bye, we want to again
commend our $1.98 Gent's Walkenphast Shoes to
your consideration?We have never heard of a pair
that has failed to give continued satisfaction?For
comfort, looks and wear they are marvel* of perfec
tion?We guarantee every pair. ^
We ought to say, also, a word about our Ladies' 11.08
Dongola Button Boot?It's all solid leather, natty in
its appearance, and worthy of our guarantee?vkich
we give U.
FURNISHINGS.
The Spring Neck-wear is here?that is, the advance
styles?They're pretty-different from anything you've
seen before?The shades are new ones and you'll like
them.
That 50c. Fancy-trimmed Night Robe is having*
great sale?We expected it would?It ought to have?
If you know anything about the value of such things
you'll appreciate at once that it's a bargain?When we
say that they're equal to any 00c. and $1 robe we
mean it?Comparison will prove it to be so?All sizes?
and a perfect fit guaranteed.
We've got a line of 75c. Boys' Medicated Scarlet Un
derwear that we have marked 50c.?It's a good quality,
and if you buy it you certainly get a bargain.
(Ground floor.)
SAKS AND COMPANY.
Outfitters Who are the First to Produce the Advance
Styles of the Season,
SEVENTH STREET AND MARKET SPACE.
_fe20
Eljphonzo Youngs* Company Offer
SPECIAL PRICES
ON THE FOLLOWING LOTS, VIZ.:
(FEBRUARY 20. 1889.)
300 dozen cans Sugar Corn, per dozen, at 8C cents.
100 dozen large cans Golden Pumpkin, per dozen, at
90 cents.
"00 botlles Maple Syrup, 50c. size, at 44 cents.
1,000 pounds Extra Choice Sugar-Cured Breakfast
Baco n, f pet ial selection.", at 14 cents.
2,000 pounds Best Imported Macaroni, in pound
packages; regular 15-cent goods, at 11 ceuts.
150 bottles Hyden Salad, a very delicious relish:
20-ceut size, at 14 cents.
1,000 pounds White Clover Honey, in 2-pound caps;
regular 45-cent goods, at 39 cents.
500 cans Franco-American Soups, the finest goods
of the kind known to the trade; regular 40
cent goods, at 34 cents.
Now. bear in mind these are remarkably low prices,
and. of course, the goods will soon disan>ear. Do not
miss your chance to secure a supply.
ELPHONZO YOUNGS COMPANY.
428 Ninth st.
P. S.?Bemember our Potato Chips are decidedly
superior to .any to be found in the city, and our enor
mous sales enable us to get tbern by express every
morning. E. Y. CO.
d2N-3m
P
RESIDENT CLEVELAND
IN PARIAN MARBLE.
Full figure $2.">.00
' Bust 4.00
JUST RECEIVED FROM ITALY.
WM. BALLANTYNE <S SON.
rep-eo 428 7TH STREET.
N. A. S. E.
V. S. A.
"The Terrible Boiler Explosions, with Important
Facts for Sti am 1 ser? and Engineers 1( garii ii.,' Los*
of Life and Property, or How to Avoid Both, with the
Economical l'r sluction ot Steam. Ac."
Address HEX BY W. LOUD,
T1 e Clarendon Hotel. Baltimore, Md ,
Vtrent fur LOl.D'H B<>ILKK rOMP'D, aduiitt-d
by | r,?~ti<-?l engineers and boiler inspectors as the l?st.
K? ping a- I d'. a supply iu Baltimore, cau and will fill
?>r'l?-x promptly. f_u-3in
T
ROTT'S,
1520 14th st. n.w.
Alpaca braid (black only* 3c.; medium-sized lamp
burners, 5c , large. 7c.; common lamp-weeks, 3c. per
'!< 7.i-\i. large,4e; two large boxes blacking. Sc.: but
ton-hole twist, lc. i*ir spool; quarter ream writing
paper. 10c.; two packages envelopes, 5c.: rubber-tip
pencils, lc.; scissors, 3c. and 4c.; 8-oz. ticks, lc. j>er
oaper; wire coat-frame, 3c.; one dozen kitchen tea
spoons, 7c.; spool silk (100 yards). 4c. Ja24-3iu
A Hush Fell Ox Them.
We knew it would?"Man spurns the worm, but
pa >e? ere he wake' tlie ire of a formidable antagonist.
\\< lia\c seen a mall loam at the luuUtli from seem- |
lr.gly uncoulrt liable anger and denounce in villainous
terms sonx abr i t individual wlio had offended him;
we haves- n the object M his tierce invective* sud
denly app"ar on the scene and the blustering bully
slink a? ay hue a cur.
l'<> h! says one, ti.ut is human nature.
Human m.ture it may be?but srdly degraded. ,
Those wlm howl the loudest and fiercest are. as a
ru:e, NOT the proper i>eople to pin your la.th to; in I
the hour of your greatest need they will be found
WANTING OR MISSING.
ar.d inasmuch as you are warned to "put not your fsith
in princes" it would be well to remember that, in The
majority of instances, self-interest is the prime mover
ol human all airs, and those who promise you the earth
and the fuin*-ss thereof for a small consideration,
1ih\ eu't the power to redeem that promise?hence their
pui'j ote is manliest.
We are 110 *aiuts, simply a speck iu the business
world, conducting our business in a modest, straight
forward s rt of a way?a way which, we hope, will com
mend itself to
ALL THE PEOPLE.
Not "making liaste to be rich," despising trickery as
tnui'b aa treachery, and should feel that our manliocsl
were hopelessly degraded ii we resorted to either in
the furtherance ot any scheme, however groat there
ward prouiist d to be.
We want the confidence of the people?along with it
the patronage of tlie people?and shall use ail honor
able means to that end, chief among which is a guaran
tee of absolute protection in
MAKE, FIT, STYLE, QUALITY, AND PRICE
of any and all garments purchased at
VICTOR E. ADLEB'4
10 PER CENT CLOTHING HOUSE 10
927 and 929 7th st. n.w.. corner Massachusetts are.
Strictly One Frio*.
Open Saturdays until 11 p. m. fel8
Js 0? JiuTCHINSON. '
IMPORTER.
NOVELTIES IN NETS. LACES AND DRESS
TRIMMINGS FOR EV ENING WEAR.
PARIS AND VIENNA FANS.
FOSTER KID GLOVES, NEW IMPROVED LACING.
FROM ?l PER PAIR UPWARD.
SPECIAL SUEDE GLOVES AT *1.35, BEG
ULAR PRICE C1.7S.
FAST BLACK HOSIERY, 25 CTS. PER PAIR.
8ILK HOSIERY IN ALL COLORS,
fli 607 PENNSYLVANIA AVE.
Thursdays Daily "Store EWS,"
ST
WOODWARD * LOTHBOT
The talk la en Black Stocking* to-day. Ton
probably know that some black ?tocking* will,
anil aome black (forking* will not a tain the feet,
wash brownish, and wear Into allta The latter,
of course, la the desideratum, aud ladies who
hare experienced the annoyance and baleful ef
fecta of Fast Black Hum that were not l ast
Black, will be triad to know that we have re
ceived our Spring importation of Black Hosiery
that we can guarantee to be absolutely ail we
claim them to be. which ia aa follows:
The dye ia guaranteed purely vegetable, and
perfectly harmless in effect, either to the akin
or the hoee.
The black ia guaranteed absolutely perma
nent, brilliant in finish, unaffected by heat or
perspiration, and of indellibly lasting quali
ties.
The fabrics are guaranteed fine hard-twisted
cotton thread, or liale thread, of extreme dura
bility, will not crock or wear (into hole*,
and will wash perfectly.
When we guarantee an article we mean what
we say.and when we guarantee these Hoee to be
aa above represented, we mean if a pair abould
turn out to be otherwise you have only to return
them and get your money. No "ifs" and "and*"
about it. We will refund the money for every
I*ir not as represented. We have thoroughly
tested these brands, and have had them stamped,"
"Woodward & Lothrop," as a matter of good
faith.
We believe we have com* the closest yet
to perfection in the matter of "Fact Black
Hose," and we confidently recommend theui aa
having great intrinsic merit.
100 Dot Ladies' "Fast Black" Hose, at 2r>e.
ICO Doz. Ladies' "Fast Black" Hose, at 3ftc.
100 Doz. Ladles' "Fast Black" Hose, at 37XC.
100 Do*. Ladies' "Fast Black" Hose, at 42c.
100 Doz. Ladies' "Fast Black" Hose, at 45c.
100 Doz. Ladies' "Fast Black" Hose, at 50c.
75 Doz Ladies' "Fast Black" Hose, at 55c. ?
Fast Black, Plain Lisle Thread Hose, at 45
and 50c.
"Fast Black" Richelieu Bibbed Liale Thread
Hose, at 50c,
CHILDREN'S "FAST BLACK" HOSE.
Children's Hosiery. Here it is that we wax
strongest. While to have them absolutely
"Fast Black" has been the greatest considera
tion, it is none the less important tliat they
should be exceedingly durable?epecially for
the Boys, who api^car to be getting harder and
and harder on their stockings every year.
These can be depended upon for looks, per
manent blackness, and durability, and consid
ering their comparative inexpensiveness, we
believe the present stock to be the best in every
respect we have yet shown.
150 dozen Children*' "Fast Black" Fine
Ribbed Cotton Hose, spring weight, double at
the knee, heel, aud toe; all sizes from 5 to 8)?
inches,
> ONLT 25c. PER PAIR.
100 dozen Children's "Fast Black" Tlain Fine
Cotton Hose for young girls; double at heel and
toe; splendid quality, and warranted.
ONLY 25c. PER PAIR.
The truest test of superiority is the wear, and
we place these against any twenty-five cent
Hose manufactured.
We also offer more than half a dozen qualities
of Children's Hose, which for sake of equity are
marked at graded prices; that is, each pair from
5 inches np telling for two cents more than the
size smaller
These are in plain, ribbed, and drop-stitched
styles, and each and every grade represents all
that the particular prices can possibly procure.
As absolutely "Fast Black" Hose are a boon to
the purchaser, we con fldently predict an an usu
ally large demand for these special qualities,
and shall be jJkspared to wait upon all with
promptness and dispatch.
(First floor: first annex; rear.)
MEN'S "FAST BLACK" nOSE.
Heretofore it has been almost impossible to
secure an absolutely "Fast Black" Hose for
men without paying quite a large price for
them. Such is no longer the case. We have
exerted strenuous efforts, and now have the
pleasure of placing before you not only the
finest qualities and most reliable dyes, but the
most inexpensive line we have ever offered. As
with the Ladies' and Children's Hose we also
?guarantee these to be absolutely "Fan" in
color, and nut to crock, or fade, ia washing.
SPECIAL
100 doz. Men's "Fist-Mack" Fine CottonlHalf
Hose, gqpd length, double heel and toe, well
shapen, and splendid quality.
ONLY 25c. PER PAIR.
We spread out a table full of these to-mor
row mcrniug.
We also offer other extraordinary fine grades
at 50 55, aud 70c. per pair.
These are not only desirable to wear with
patent-leather pumps, but on account of being
fast-black, are equally desirable for wear with
gaiters and boots, and are wanner than either
unbleached or str. ped hose.
(Men's door, 1013 F street.)
ITEMS OF INTEREST IN MEN'S FURNISHINGS.
Many of you seem to have been oblivious of
the fact that we reduced the price of our dress
shirts some time ago; as now. that some of the
sizes are gone, the demand begins to quicken.
No such bargains in shirts were ever before
off< red you by us, as they are fully worth their
former price*, of 3(W. shirt* we have no 14
inch. Of 45*. shirts we have no l.'i, 13H, 14,
15, or 16. Of 02c. shirts we have no 14V6 or
16. t>f 75c. shirts we have no 14!< or 17. It
will no. be our fault if you come too late.
Men's Taney Percale Shirts, in absolutely
fast colors, well made, cut and finished. 1
Shirt, 3 Collars, 1 pair of Reversible Cuffs, all
sizes, reduced to $1.25 for the set.
50 dozen Men's Fine French Linen Cambric
Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, in neat colored
borders, in attractive patterns and design*.
Made to Bell for more money. Only 25c. each.
"Opening" of Men's Medium-weight Under
wear, at 50 and 75c. per garment.
(First floor.)
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER BLOUSES.
We told you yesterday of the airival of our
Spring stock of Long Garments, "Directoire"
Coats and Jackets ;ao to-day we invite your in
spection of Spring and Summer Styles in
Blouses. These garment* will be mere popular
this season than last, which is but due them, a*
no other garment ia so comfortable, so easy to
don, so neglige and attractive. We might add,
or so inexpenaive, as lower price* prevail thi*
season than last.
Blouses of plain, striped and figured Flannels;
of Fancy bilk and Wool Flannels, of plain and
fancy Silks. Also new colorings in Ladle*' and
Misses' Matelot Blouse* in Flannela and Jersey
Cloth. Blouse price* are from (2.50 to $5
each.
See the latest rag* in Spring Jackets?The
"Mary Stuart."
(Third floor.)
NOT TO BE FORGOTTEN.
The immense "Job Lot" Sale of Lead Pencil a.
Ac.
Think of a thousand and one hundred Dozen
Pencils. We would not have bought them unle**
we were sure yon would be glad to relieve Us of
them at the ridiculously low price, vU:
15c. AND 25c. PER DOZEN.
GLOVES. It is Just ** we *aid * few days ago.
It is the greatest Bargain in Glove* w* ever
a*k*d yon to buy. Black, and shade*. 4-But.
ocly ? 1 per pair.
%
WOODWARD k LOTHROP.
Oer. lltk and Fata. ?.?.
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"krb acits i-pp om.AB bopping
! i.d' r Ns*
place.
ABLIRHF.D 25 YEARS.
ELFASK XOTr
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?k)M BuXBoNXItK Bole*. Uiivht ibnuttiW
""rCS*is one let o? Porcelain. Metal Trininr.nra,
Tn.pt> Pesjin,*. wnl. 4(V Jor j > m. h.
Another lot of|0*ydi*ed. t"iiiqu. !>???,ra?. w.rth 5?e..
_i eal ^, *"*?* ?re both bargain*; we don't ofien
get them at those pn<**.
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We had mailed to n* from * well-known importing
hen* Kktunlay. wuplM uf a haidsoiue lin< of pl.A'D
DKES8 GOODS They wrote Us that they ?ere a
canceled importation order from a 1ioum> who. niter
likMi.tr orOered them. could not for rew.ina which we
are uot at liberty t<> statu tale th-mafter tliey krr>?l
The importer having these iroo.l* on his hauda wr v
to tin lor ati offer, ? hi. h we televrai bed bi:u.audtbe
go'<d? are uow in our house.
They were import.-d to *eli at 7.V. a yarvl.sre all
new patterns. beautiful cohTimrs and h: ndson.e ?. tn
binations: are 38 incites aide. We cannot afford to
keep these it<hm1s i'l the hou e knur. a* at the ttrice we
ha>c marked them they Would hurt the ?*lr t<t oar
regular ?.>c ^oodn, and we alwa\a aeli troi*la til rro
|x>rtiou to what w* pay for them. We have put th*ae
on our counters lor
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at whlrh price anj-ooe who know* the Talue of them
will tiuy; a rlear eaviur of a yard.
We have li,?l ojH-tied ??tir bPKlSti IMPORTATION"
OF HENRIETTA CLOTHS. \\ t offer the ln?t ."?>?
ailk ftnl?h, all-wool HENRIETTA that money cau
buy, aiid feel confide;.! that the L*' U I'anuot be
uiatched for leaa than O-Jgc. a yard any\yhere.
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A BIO REDUCTION OK ALL OF OCR HOUSE
FURNISHING GOODS.
A oplended 0\)!>ortu: ity to l>'iv all tue Linen* Tow
els. ft. , that >ou will nei-il. W c iiavc never ruaae auch
price* before.
TAKE SPECIAL NOTE OF THE*.
tf style* of cream Gei^nah lahle Iiiiiuu-n 'J >ard?
wide, w<irth 6S>' a yard
BOW* FOB 3.V A ^ ARD.
l."> styles of full-Ueachcd Germ in Table Damask,
worth ROc. a yard.
NOW VOD CAN BUY IT FOR 4Sc. A YARD.
300 riecee of'1 owellinK frotu 5c. to 2tl? ajaid. onr
Fl t. ial offer tor th.e sale will be a ?pleudid quality of
l('c TowellinrEOR ;Wc A \AIiL'
100 dot ol Bleached Huck Tcwela, washed, reaily
for use, worth I V.
SPECIAL l'ltl E 1 '.'He. EACH.
50 d >2. German Dau>a^fc XoWels, knotted frinire.aold
for i.'Kc.
NOW -.'.V. EACH.
Examine the quality cloaely.
T5 doien of lull-bleached ban.ask Towels, knotted
fnntre, worth 20c.
NOW :i FOP. 51'e.
WE PRESENT A KICE MAPLE TOWEL RACE
WITH EACH Do/.EN TO* 1 'X
It i* not so much ti e r*du< ti- r* w* have it.?'!??. but
we know that thequi.liti* s ?t th>. onirinal pri-'ea are
better value than are usu: Uy sold at tt.-w fia-nre.. so
the reduction ia Ju?t ?c> much savtuir in ) i ur (nx keU.
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POPULAR >HOpn\,j PLACE
fl9 >TH. bill AND D 8TREET8.
\Ym H. McKnew.
, UXS Penueylvan!* avenue.
WINTER WRAPS AND JACKETS. ALL AT THEIR
FINAL CLOSING PRICES.
We quote below a few prices as follows:
3 Handsome Bl:-.ck l'lush Wraps, trimmed with all
silk Gwip; sizes IMi, lis, 40. Price reduced from o j."?
to#40.
1 Fancy Bronze Plush Wr*i>, handsomely trimmed;
au exuuinite oeuinir Wrap. l"r;.e reduced from
(47.50 to <37.50.
1 Dark Gam<-t Plush Kewm*rk?t, trimmed with
Black M.nrten Eur. Price reduced Irora <>(ij to 450.
3CameVa Hair W'ratm (M.?l>>ska Shape*,tlorantly
trimmed: aiz.-s 30, 38, 40. I'ricc r.duc<xl trom
* i7.50 to $37.50.
A11 price* on Winter Stock In the same proportion.
CHILDREN'S SUITS AT ACTUAL COST.
CHILDREN'S WINTER COATS BELOW COST.
ALASKA .SEAL SKIN SACQUES AT ACTUAL
COST.
We receive daily by pxyv<"> new Spring Wrai* and
Jackets, and aru uow showing a trovsl line.
An elecart awortment of La.lies' Fnrni'hinaa. entn
prisin^t,LOVES. HOSIEUY, LNDlKWEAK, COR
SLiS. HANLhi-itCHltiS, YEILLaG, RtcHINU.
UMBitLLLAS, Ac., so.
WM. H. McKNEW,
Successor to R. H. Taylor,
J*3-3ra t>33 Pennsylvania sve.
A Grand Opportunity.
300 Black and Colored NYwwark. ta, were # 14.08
#13.US. *1-M ?. ill.US. *10.US. ?S.US: ail will be
offered to close tor
A FIVE DOLLAR BILL.
How is this for a come down? $5 for a #14 98 or
(13.1*8 Newnnitket. These are in periect condition
and well made; only teasen lor this at upendeous re
duction, too n-ai.y yet on hand.
FURS, FURS, FURS.
65 Fur Sets that were sold from (0.98 to (10. Now
you cau gel your choice
FOB (2.90.
These are lovely and as nobby a* yon please. Think
for a moment, au imitation Bear bet consisting of
Muff aud Boa
FOB- ( 2.99.
Yon can hardly tell them from the genuine sets that
eell for (45.
20 per cent reduction on all other Fur*. Yon will
waut these; we are promised sit weeks of cold weather.
THE LARGEST AND BEST FIVE DOLLAR
BLANKET TO BE FOLND IK THE CITY.
Children's Lepylrs, Worsted Fascinators, Wool
Scarfs, Wool Mitts, Warm Glove* and Wnatlets all at
reduced rates.
CARD ENGRAVING.
We ensrave your name on 'a COPPER PLATE and
50 CARDS FOR 80c. Work as rood as the best.
Estimate*given for Ball and Wedding Invitations.
ONE PRICE
LAK8EURGH k BRO?
fl2 42ft 422. 424. 420 7tt at
Fbakk Ms Lewie
JEWELER. SILVERSMITH
in
DEALER IX FIXE STATIONERY.
HAS JEST OPENED A LABGB AXD BAKIMOMS
STOCK Of
ONYX TABLES,
AT UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES.
ESTABLISHED 1S40. 1SU PEKKA. ATX.
A U.
1 wronuTio*
chaikm, <>>tv EXrrtjiioR v^mrwrs aXD
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FViRTS AMI ufcf .hTjldSa fob
KKNT MLC.
*' bav- naarty all tw? . -wtkiate iH ,.f U?* Iw.
akwbuU- ,.Urrw.? !?r r>Vl aTii?
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lo*l? I* 1*1 VI II.V iu?,.|h !M,iu| t_ . ?? |?_,
? iJ.'.fi.r-irit In,*. |.rn? ">
T!ie?- ?->? si) n.ale ..I *ue and fa. I
and vary .? prteafr?.to! a v, , JJ7 ,-y ?" ?*"*
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Cor lltbai.dr.te B w.
upho!*tet;y dei-ar* kwW*- ? a
1 MIU? Silk llblf U)Vrl kwg.>4 (m. ??? u
U>*1 V". ?- ""
HaM Uilk T?J>i? OoVera. Reduced from ?S
t 4 'V4 ,Baw Bilk Table IVverw. Reduced Ir-wi fO.JKi
MkTMlOmi. Reduced frutu |W to
?5 ?** Wlk T,hl* (Veer Re<li>.-ed liw 110 to
?. V? t'?** ?* Co*w- t*m ft 'J AO
1 ii-4 Raw Kllk Table Over. Reduce. I fr.ni flllo
-V E*w hllk ***** Cow Redooad from 15 to
Vi4 IUW T,1>i* raw- MM Crow ?? to
#.V K?? Silk Table Oor??. Reduoed ttx<m 15 to
H"? SUk Table Cover Krdacrd (m fr to
S! 8-4 Raw 8:1k Table Cover*. Reducd fr xu #h to
* fM Raw Hllk Table Cover* Reduced from 111 to
*;4ilO-4 Raw Silk Table C>m*. Reduced from f7
jftU'kDM lUw KUk Tab* Ccver*. lu^uced fr m
? ' to l.lftll
1 8-4*1 ii-4 Raw 8:1k Table C ??. rod need fr .<ui <10
to 4...
. 'J";4-1.1--'"4 K,w *>a TaUeOow. reduced fr. o ? IX
1 *.-41 1 --4 Row silk Table ?owrr, Mtml froai
II jUIoMIV
?i?v? yard. Cretonne. reduced from *V to 1%).
1. "1HI y?rd? Lace 8irtj* N i ui.. i* | ?-r >??L
ft<<> )>id? Knunt- I)r?(?n?? .IS. imud
l 'NKiluil. A-ii. UKitiui ktid ?i,j- |<??; J', |?a,
wtUi IV riiur*. brarkpu ui.l mm|> ,, v.?
1. On l.i.?? 1 l.ti I..;*, wuli lo t.'.rfa.
nrw-kcu mid rmU r.>Uit4rt?, Vk\
In out <lr?|\ t) ro^iux ?i h?\ . nmlr i (iwiil cut,
for thu ?x*k oil.I . in . ur lvm.m>ul. i rtkiiin.
Two cui.'ni.K? In hi k 1 iir.xm.uns vn)
I Un|? ru 0 si.a k ?lurL Mild i..r ??<??'i.,.? (i.'nm
' N'l<, hdi.ti >, <i
, rnu-.tck, Or?i:Kr. i .u..; and ?>.d Muk. 11. a ton., an
? Curtain <>? oiii 1'Wt. inilwrtatl.4., 4.1 , .ir? Ml ? il u x, r?
cbvi.'< tl.iiu." at ?IK.UII. I. a U.ia m^-k on.) ai * 1'. u.i
1 w.i color* oi lui|?>rM4 iai^iri i ui .aiu* i.di?.d
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Beds. Hit- liaru.itl Wu\t?u Wir- \tatlreaa. 1a0
W. M. SmsTER ^ON8
OFFER THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL BARGAINS.
I> NEW GOODS. BLACK SILK H tli NAM. (1
AND #1X5. BOCliHT TO GRLAT ADVANTAGE.
AN'D WORTH 41.50 AND It
BLACE CHAXTILLV LACE 45 HOB* WIDE
AT r-i. WOCTH |.V."^).
BLACK FAILLE FBAVCAM 8ILKS, FFIXT 24
PER CENT rN'DLR RBOCLAB PUCES. TOR IN
TRINSIC VALUE ?E RECOMMEND THESE
GOODS AS THE BE?T EV1.B OFITRLD
NEW DESIGNS IN REAL CHINA K1LKS. AT $1,
*1.25 AND 11.50. CHOICE STYLES. AND
SUPERIOR (jr.tXJTIEH. THE l.Al.LV BT1EJ*
8ECUUES THE BEST HTTLI S.
JUST OPENED A FULL STOCK OF NEW SPRING
DRESS GOODS, WITH BKALT1FUL HIDE BAN DM,
AT <1. <1.25 AND *1 50.
ALL THE NEW SHADES IN WOOL HENRIETTAS.
FINE yUALITT, FORTY-INCHES WIDE. AT 50a.
WOOL HENRIETTAS. 40 INCHES AT 75a.
NEW HOU?E LIKENS.
BARGAINS IN TABLE LINENS.
BARGAINS IN NAPKINS.
HEMMED STITCHED IJNEN SHEETS AND
PILLOW CASES AT VERY LOW PRICES.
NEW WHITE GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HEMMED STITCHED AND EMBROIDERED
SKIRTING.
NEW STYLES Ui CHEAP CHALLILS.
W M KHCSTER A SONS.
fltt BID PENS. AVE.X.W.
ACTS.
F ACTS. F,
XUDIS VERBIS.
A CHOICE SILLEEr.
"PIPER-HE1DS1ECK. SEC,"
IS AS GOOD AS ANY WINE IM
PORTED, AND IS SOLD IX THESE
UNITED STATES BY IMPORTED,
WINE MEUCHAXT. GROCER. AND
RESTAURATEUR AT LESS PROFIT
THAN AXY OTHER BRAXD.
ID MST.
BETTER TALUS TO CONSUMES.
FACTS ?8-w4t] FACTS
AYS
Fob The Last Few D
W e bae. called tfca attoatiou of ueu to owr mmplet*
?tork. Owr atha bar. bmn aauafactot}'. bat oar
?lock baa baea ke|K op by fraab arrival* W* now
have a wold to asy to tbe ladina Uur ttock at Saaii
aiKl Evcuiwr sapper* la the laravwt and beat aalartad
111 Lite city Altbourb tbe l Ouetant demand rwqauaa
cloac watt-hinr to keep Bp tbe aiaaa. ywt oat uar* la
so. li that very law can tUa we art but aUa to anil
Our Boy.' and Cbiidrab'a aturk la cum
pnuaa arc aa low aa good afcuaa can be Bold.
DALTON A STLICKLAX A
WPaukAit
f|' HE CELLULOID TBCM
A Thai nrmj ln.k. mm aaaia ml alwwn -
u;u tab U aofn ?UUt baAbttar,
latoraalaat
C?ASFI*yE8^
Vr% FISHER dawotaakai auaobofc to tte wacu'?<
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