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THE EVENING STAR.
WASHINGTON: rm'it*DAY nwch r, tawn *. ROTE*. tfiE KVEMNti HTAR hmm IM hllM (trralaiiaa ml mmj Newspaper la the WwU. ard aa aa A<T?rtWa? Mtllaa la warth morr i baa all Ik* acker papere la W a*klnf tea. The exhibition of American painting*, which Will be inaugurated by a reception at the new feeidence of Vice-President Morton this even ing. ie an occasion of more than ordinary im portance. It will afford the people of Wash ington and visitors to the city an opportunity rarely enjoyed to tee the beet work of the younger school of American artists, moat of whom have acquired a well-deserved interna tional reputation. In addition to ita useful ?eea aa a general educational factor, the enter prise commends itself especially to this com munity, for the reason that the net procssds of the exhibition are to be contributed to the funds of the Garfield hospital. New Turk city has the promise of a pretty | good officer in Mayor Grant. "I want the polos down, and quickly, too, or Fll know the reason Why," was the language he addressed to Gen eral Manager Eckert, of the Metropolitan Tele phone and Telegraph company, the other day. This sounds like business, and if anything Comes of it. as there is reason to believe there Will, it will probably hare tbe effect of bracing np the authorities of other cities a little in the fiuty of freeing public streets from a dangerous ?nd constantly growing nuisance. The case is Commended to those responsible for the pres ent condition of things in Washington. Major Ljdecker is "relieved." The term is technical. It does not mean that he is relieved of a quite unpleasant consciousness of oppor tunities neglected and duties unperformed. Be is, however, relieved from further service M engineer in charge of the aqueduct. That is relief, indeed, to the people of Washington, who but for his neglect of duty would soon be provided with a water supply that makes the Vital difference between life and death to this City in its torrid summer weeks, and is a mat ter of the utmost moment to the health and comfort of the people all the year round. Rervia has given the world two sensations Within a year, the latest being the abdication of her cheap and shoddy king. Divorced from his queen in a manner most brutal he has now taken himself out of the political complications into which he ensnared himself, and his son, fifteen years old, under Russian nomination, will become sovereign. Milan will hold his head up by remaining commander-in-chief of the little Servian army. Meanwhile Natalie, the exiled queen, intends to utilize the new ?ituation by returning to her old home, where ?he will see her former husband contract a morganatic marriage. Royal households usually hare numerous skeletons in their eloeete, but Servia has more than her share. Tlie suggestion made elsewhere in the 8tap In rtgard to applying the surplus receipts of the Inaugural celebration to the creation of a fund for the erection of a grand hall for con vention purposes seems to bo worth serious consideration. Good news for the traveling public is con tained in the announcement that on and after Sunday next there will be competing lines of through railway service between New York and Washington. On that date the Baltimore and Oh~o road will be open for through business, Witn an assurance that its trains will be as ele gant and as well equipped and make as quick time as those of any other route. Verily, the world moves. It is stated that Senator Spooner is anxious for various reasons to be relieved from service on the District committee. His labors in be half of District interests have been intelligent and nntiring. and the people of the District will earnestly hope that he will reconsider his dis position to retire from the committee. The city of Waterloo. Ia., has received what the name implies. A prominent lawyer was put up for mayor, and as a joke a cobbler, who utilized intervals from his bench to act as jan itor of a bank building, was nominated to run Against him. The laboring men took hold of the joke, and it won. The cobbler is mayor of Waterloo, and Waterloo will be more or leas famous therefor. It is to be hoped that the cobbler will make a good municipal executive, and that Waterloo may be happy yet. The war of the transgressor is hard as the London Timt? has discovered. ' Mr. Walter is endeavoring to sell his country estate to save shareholders from loss. The circulation has fallen off seriously, and in addition to present misfortune the managers expect to be forced to stand suit for libel and possibly to be com pelled to pay over a quarter of a million pounds for damages. It will be a strange diversion of justice if the Time* escapes this penalty. There is no parallel in English history, consid ering the age and the light in which the T?mn lives and moves, to the outrage of the Para ell letters. It is only exact justice that having had its dance the Tfynet should now pay the piper. ? i ? > The end of the ceiling inveetigation at Al bany ia likely to be a fizxle. The important witnesses have been given time to decamp and take their books and papers with them, so that the truth in the case is buried a good deal deeper than the bottom of a well. The legisla tive committee, as well as the absconding con Wactor, Snaith, stand equally guilty before public opinion. The committee had it iu ita power to arrest Snaith thirty days ago. and there was proof enough then that he and his partner* robbed the state. As wa havs seen in Washington, investigating committees do not always investigate. After ita misbehavior of the 4th, the weather has the effrontery to break ont in sunny smiles. Oh, the hideous mockery of that smile ! The new republican weekly, the Montgomery -Press, published at Bockville. with Mr. F. Ben jamin as editor, is a bright and newsy sheet. "Persistent importuning will not be the beet support for an applicant for office." The Preei dent gives warning that he will take warning from his grandfather's fate. If tbe lawyers of the District will select a candidate for District Judge from their number Md support him with a reasonable degree of karatony, unity and rigor, the chance* of ? loeal appointment will be good. The general approbation of the bar ia not likely to be re ceived by anyone in whom the community has not confidence. and the abeenee of back-biting by other District lawyers will give tbe strong considerations in favor of a local appointment an opportunity to operate with effect Tbe change of administration haa ita die- | guieed bleesing*. Mr. W. L. Aids a, humorous editorial writer of tbe New York Ttii?*a will loee hie office aa eooeul-gcacral at | Rome and go back to newspeper life. Mr. Kasaon. of Iowa, will be oar reprecenta- | tivr in the Berlin conference over the affair. The name ia omiaoue and warlike. Queen Victoria is outside her realm, but Wales is back again from France and tbe Brit ish government lives. G*sr? Stttts ft coram AM) *K?aSU> FOB tL SuSls ?2edferCl hue* call 143-2. JL 1. MAH.V 706 Mh ***" 12^? su ??s* Wi Dbm Suit* m huuc, 414 ITXB n. M.W. 37 J", r p OPULAB "88. HOPPING ESTABLISHED 35 YEARS. MCLa KRB ID? T ICKXT ODD s S? ODD Thafalf nahhaalaftoawtthpUMor Odd* ad even la oar new Spring Goods. "Short Length*,' and "Broken Lota" will be sold To-morrow, >t verr low price*, and yon may look (or extraordinary bergalna. We ne*d not remind you that it U to yoar ad van tags to shop early for your choice. BELOW IS ONLY A PARTIAL LIST: MF.N'S FURNISHINGS. 1 lot of Men'* $2 Oosaamsra, allghtly damaged, Frl day only 50c. each. 1 lot of 25 cent Baapender*. Friday 15 onto a pair. Oeaaine Gnyot Suspenders, only 38c. a pair. 1 lot of SI Plaited Bosom, Laundered Dresa Shirts, " ? day &5c. 18,16X and 17 only. Friday?>~>c each. UMBRELLA DEPARTMENT. 1 lot of guaranteed Silk Umbrellas were 83.50. Fri day $2.68 each. 1 lot of Silver Top, Gloria Cmbrellaa were 82.50. Friday only $1.71 each. CLOAK AND SUIT DEPARTMENT& 0 Dark Colored Flannel Wrapper* that *old for $6. Friday only $3.48. 10 Mlsae*' and Children'* SpringWraps that *old for $3. Friday only $1. Ho each. A small lot of Children'* Jeraeya,ln Garnet only; ?old for $1. Friday. 49c. each. 7 Ladies' Calico Wrapper*, in dark color*; were $1.50. Friday. $1.19 each. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. The balance of our Children's Plash Cap*; sold from $1.25 to $2.50. Friday. O.Sc. The balance of oar Children'* F*lt Hat*; sold for 60c. Friday, 16c. 65 Children'* Embroidered Muslin Caps, slightly ?oiled; were 85c. to $1.25. Friday. 30c. each. RIBBON DEPARTMENT. 200 Rihbon Remnants, all Silk; worth 25 to 40c. Friday, 16c. a remnant 65 pieces of narrow Neck Ribbon*, in all color*: worth 8c. Friday. 3c. a yard. 25 piece* of All-Silk Moire Sash Ribbon; aold for 69c. Friday, 51c. a yard. DRY GOOD8 DEPARTMENT. A lot of Apron Glnghame; war* 8c. a yard. Friday, 5c. a yard. 30-inch Light Colored "Merrimac" Percale*, ?nit able for wrappers and shirt waista; regular price, 10c. a yard Friday, 8c. a yard. 50 pea. of 4(Much new Wool Plaids, in the lateat style* and oolora; good value* at 75c. a yard. Friday, 45c. a yard. HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS. 1 lot of our 35c. Fin* Hnck Towels, knotted fringe. Friday, 25c. each. 1 lot of Bleached Damask Napkins, sold for 90c. a dozen. Friday, 60c. a dozen. 6 Turkey Ked Table Coven. fast colors and '~H yards long: were $2.25. Friday, $1.30 each. UPHOLSTERY AND ART DEPARTMENTS. 10 pieces of White Scrim, fancy drawn work, was 10c. Friday 6c. a yard. 8 Raw Silk Table Coven, 2 yards square, new oolora and design*, were $2.25. Friday $1 79 each. 10 Stamped Aprons, made of "Fruit of the Loom" Cotton, good length, was 25c. Friday 19c each. 100 Balls of Tinsel, slightly mussed. Friday 2 balls for 5c. 25 pair* Lace Pillow Shams, were OOc. a pair. Fri day 32c. a pair. Odd* and Ends of Lace Curtain* will be sold at a sacrifice. New Persian Croat Stripe, for light draperies, 42 Inches wide, was 45c. a yard. Friday 19c. a yard. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. 2 styles of Children's short Cashmere Coat*, cream and colored, were $2.50. Friday $1.98. Infants' Lonr, White Cashmere Coats, two itylw. Reduced from $3 to $2.49. Infanta' 35c. Cambric Slip*. Friday, 25c. "Baum'a Sanitary" and "Own Make" Coneta, in White and Gray, were $2.50. Friday, $L H08IERY DEPARTMENT. , 1 lot of Children's Derby-Ribbed Black Hose, ilze* I 5H to 7>4. were 18c. Friday, two pair for 25c. 40 paira of Ladies' Li ale Thread Huee, in Mode and Gray shades. were 6214c Friday. 35c. a pair. A lot of odds and ends in Children's Merino Teat* and Pants, were 36c. to 50c, Friday. 25c. each. FANCY GOODS. A lot of Brtas 8moklng Seta, were 50c. Friday, 27c. A lot of Bisque Doll*, were 60c. Friday, 25c. A lot of slightly soiled Oxydized Toilet Set*, very pretty, were $7. Friday, $4-50. All our 35c. Games. Friday. 18c. each. BUTTON AND CLASP DEPARTMENT. 1 lot of engraved Pearl Buttons, worth 15c. Friday 5c. a dozen. 1 lot Bone Buttons, all colon, worth 10c. Friday, 5c. a dozen. Bargain* in Clasps, 5c? Sc., 9c., 10c., and 12Mc. V TETLING DEPARTMENT. Another lot of dotted Veilings, all color*, worth 10c. to 25c. Friday, 5c. a yard. 1 lot of Striped Gauasa. all colon, were $2 a yard. Friday, $1.50 a yard. FUR DEPARTMENT. 1 lot Children'a Blue Fox 8eU wen $2. Friday, $1 a act. 1 lot Lynx Trimming waa $1.50 and$1.75. Friday, $1 a yard. All fnn in stock at cost. LADIES' NECKWEAR DEPARTMENT. 1 lot of odds and end* in Indies' white, colored and mourning cape collars, worth 15c. to 20c. each. Fri day, 5c. each. 1 lot of Fancy roching, worth 40c. Friday, 25c. a yaad 1 lot of Children'a Real Torchon Oollara, worth 25c. Friday, 12Kc each. NOTION DEPARTMENT. A lot of Pocket Inkstand', worth 35c. Friday, 5c. etch. 1 lot of Lap Tablets, with lnaide Pocket* and Blotter, worth 38c. Friday. 7c. 1 lot of French plate Hand-Mirror*, worth 50c. Friday, 25c. 1 lot of flue Steel Scissor*, wen 35c. to 65c. Friday, 35c. each. 1 lot of Colored Corset Lacea, worth 15c. a pair. Friday, 3c. a pair. TOILET G00D8 DEPARTMENT. 1 lot of Engliah Hair Brushes, worth 50c. Friday 35c. 1 lot of English Hair Brushes, worth $1. Friday, 50c. 1 lot of fine Porcelain Puff Boxes, worth 50c. Fri day, 25c. 1 lot of Sanglangue's Face Powder, worth 18c. Fri day, 6c. a box. A lot of 5c. Toilet Reap. Friday. 3c. DRESS TRIMMING DEPARTMENT. 1 piece of Black Beaded Grenadine, waa $2.25 a yard. Friday, $1.35 a yard. 1 place of Black Beaded Net, worth $1.60 a yard. Friday, 90c. a yard. 1 lot of Spanish snd Chaatilly Lace Neta, ware $2 to $3. Friday, $1.50 a yard. Big Bargains In Short Length* of tine Persian Trim mings. LACE DEPARTMENT. 1 lot of odds and ends in 46-inch VaL Flouncing worth 75c. to $1. Friday, 50c. a vard. 1 lot of Wool Lace* worth 10c to 25c. a yard. Friday, Sc. a yard. , ^tot of 0a* OrientalLaoes worth20c. Friday, 10c. a EMBROIDERY DEPARTMENT. Big bargains in odds and ends of Embroideries left from our last sale to go chsaper than ever. Lot L Gooda worth np to lXttc. a yard for 6c. a yard. Lot 2. Goods worth up to 20c.a yard for 10c. a yard. Lot X Goods worth np to 30c. a yard for 15c. a yard. Lot 4 consist* of 33 to 45-inch Flouncing* worth T&c. to $1.60 for 50c a yard. GLOFE DEPARTMENT. 30 down Ladiee' 4-Button. Dressed, Stitched back Kid Gloves. Friday, 88c. * pair. A lot of odd* and *ade in Opera Gkrvss, were $1.60. Friday, 35*. a pair. FAB DEPARTMENT. 1 lot of oddaaad and* In Ane Fans worth $3.76 to $4. Friday, $1.75. , 1 lot of Odds and sod* la &n* Fans worth $LM Friday, 78a. JEWELRY DEPARTMENT. 1 lot *f Rhine Stone Hair-Plns. worth 35c. to 40c Friday, 18s. 1 lot of Shell Hair-PIna, oxydized aad silver top*, worth 50o Friday, 25c. 1 lot of Dew Bracsteta, worth 50e. Friday, 25c. 1 lot of Nickel Watehee (warranted), worth $4. Fri day. |2.M. 1 lot of Silver Wstehss (warranted), worth $6.60. Friday, $4.4*. LEATHER GOODS. 1 lot of Card Case* saaortsd st ylsa, worth 40c. to 50& Friday, 25c. 1 let of Card Caesa, worth lOe sad 15e. Friday, Sc. 1 lot ef tna Pocket-Books, worth $1.60. Friday. BOOK DEPARTMENT. Complete Works. $ vols., cloth; >?$. Friday.$8.88. JKSTAXTAX100S PHOTOGRAPHS or general Harbison TAKING TBI OATS OH THE CAPITOL STEPS. ?1 and 91.50. PACK B B OB., mk7-?oM ?41Bwdwy, KewTotfc if?- S LATE. The PMt winter w? idnrtudi 40-iaehOhantUly Florae#, worth lliniiit 91.98 a yard, and sold a quantity of it. We have Just received ft pteoaa of km quality and pattern. Bought at a bargain, you oan get a bargain here, until it is eold, at 91.68 a yard. THE BOH 1IABCHE. Jerset Bargain; We think thla tbe beat Jersey Bargain we ever offered. A line Stockinette Jersey, with Smocked Rnmh Silk Teat, in Black, Gold, Brown and Mn hoghany, worth 93.00, at 91.99. A One Stockinette Jereey. with Silk Braid a la Mili taire, Black only, worth 92.50. at 91.98. We carry one of the largeat assortments of Colored and Black Jerseys and Blouses in tbe city, Including every new desirable style. THE BON MARCHE. Bargains In Spbino Wraps. 93 for choice of Black Btocklnette Jackets, Tailor made. Were 94 and 94.60. 93.98 for choice of Tan and London Smoke Eeraejr Jacket; striped Light Tans, Crabs and Checks; fin ished Plain and Bell Sleeves and Welt Seams. Choice 93.98. This lot includes Jackets that were 97.50. 98 Venetian Cloth Newmarket, In Navy, Black and Ox-Blood; full Back, Bell Sleeves. Worth 910. THE BON MARCHE. ^1 0VELTIE8, JEWELRY, * LEATHER OOODS. PLUSH BOXES, HANDKERCHIEFS, Large assortment. BBB MM MM T , H B MMMM T HE BBB ON M MM MARCHE, i B B M M M T BBB M M M f35-lm 316 SEVENTH ST. N.W. Wm. H, McKnew, 933 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. We are now showing and elegant assortment of Medium and High Qrade Novelties in Indies' 8ss- ppp frr ii tty s noo 2spprriinnno o ?S8s PPP KRR II Kill O 8 2 p RRIINNNOGO BSSS P R K II N UN GOO HSSa V V II TTTT sSSa 2'uuii T 2s 8SS, 0 IT ? T S.SSH 8 2 U U II T h S m. BSS8 CO 11 X 8SS8 7 w w W RRR A PPP sRSo WWWW RR AA PP 5s WW WW KRR A A PPP ?S8o WW WW R R AAA P WW R R A / P BSSH J A CCC K K EEE TTTT RSS? JAACCKR K T 5_? . J A A O KK EE r *8Sa J J AAA C C K K E T = g JJJ A A CCC K K ERE T BSS8 And also full line of Suits, Jackets and Cloaks for Misses and Children. Complete Assortment of Ladles', Misses' and Children's Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear, Hand kerchiefs and all the Koods which compose a complete Furnishing Department. Our Cloak Department is located on Bret floor front, and Furnishings in tbe rear. Suits, Jerseys, Tea Gowns, Hurah Waists and Chil dren's Cloaks on second floor. WM. H. McENEW. Successor to R H. Taylor, J?3-3m 933 Pennsylvania a vs. BSSs PPP EES COO II A L 2 8 P P E C C II AA L ?SS? PPP EE C II A A L ? 2 P E U C II AAA L *\S8b P EEE CCC II A A LLLL K KM ODD OOO L OO V VERB K K III) n...O GL O (Ov VK KK III) n n L O lO V V EE K K. IID D O OOL O O VV K K KII DI D GOO LLLL OO V EEE nSS, A L EEE 2 8 AA L E ?88a A A L EE a 3 AAA L E ?SS8 A A LLLL EKE AT THE A RRR CCC A DDD EEE AA R R C C AA DDE A A RRR (J A A D D EE AAA R R O O AAA DDE A A R K CCO A A DDD ERR ... Those desirous of obtaining Genuine Hstvainsin Kid Gloves will nlesse notice tbe prices, tlie uuslity, sn<l value we will guarantee ss wll u ussure. bargain t. Twenty downs of HHc Black Kid Gloves. &?. 0. 6M only, will be closed out at ccc "p c o rr1 ? K cc mm "w? cco BARGAIN 5>. 20 dor. of 98c. Dre??ed and Undressed Mousque taire Kid Gloves in sizes 6 and 0* only, will be closed out at ff" oo^oo CCC 56,, (XI 00 f. U M 00 (10 X f, V ccc I . . BARGAIN 3. 1 j dot is all that is left of tlist (18c. Kid Glove that we are offering as s bargain at **?? ooo ?r "w* 8 ?V? CCO BARGAIN 4. 20 do*, out of 100 do*, is what is left of that 91 kid glove we are selliiig at ?W? "CO 00 00 CO M 00 OO * n ?K? *m/? OOO I BARGAIN 5. Fortydosenof Men's $1 Vf> Genuine Kid Gloves, with br-avy stitched back, latest shades, at the popular price ??w OOO ar s c c 2 2 an jy O O _ "V* OCO _ IN CONCLUSION we wish to add that we carry a Full Line of all tbe L?teet Style of Kid Glovea, lu tbe moet popular shades, in either dreteed or undreeeed, luouaquetaire or but tons, at popular prices. Do not niiaa this sale at the A RRR OOO A DDD EEB R C 0 AA - -- ?ccS ??-8 ^ 919 Seventh Street u JDD T aran Made at TOPHA V8 FACTORY have a National Bepntatioa for standing hard usage, lest for years, and are low in rricee. A huge stook at Factory and I mh2-lw JAMES a TOPHAM, 1231 rjiROTT S^201Mk ^ 20c.; sitim large, 26c.; 19 . 8. 4, fte.: Cereeta, 126, 86. 60c.; Gallon Oil-on, ; Oodtee-pol 9c.; Men Pocket Oonb dm ca*), 8c.; Ladtae* <keh?*M Jsreey Glovea. M, SO?i and to.; Box Tooth-ptoka. 4c. > at n.w. Ri?m Dat Stobe Nm* BT WOODWABD ft URIMR 80 long a* w? eootune Ik long will we ten mnuti. It to taboatncaa and not hat* that; Trt tt ti the banc of tha buaineaa mow oun off each Friday by putties sale at a sacrifice. Of oomae bad remnant* can be aold for leaa than rood nmnanta, and aa oon are only the accumnlattoa of a few day*, they are comparatively new gooda,' and usually worth their first price; yet we mark them down tow to keep the etocka frae of them. EXTRAORDINARY REMNANT SALE OF CORSETS. Having pnrcbaaed the conat etock of Mr. K. Bohr, of this city, at a sacrifice, we offer it at fiaatly reduced or "noanant prieaa" to ctoaalt out in a day?Friday. 16 pairs of Oonti] Nuning Ooraeta, 2 die 20, 8?81, 8-22, 8-83,2-24. ?-25, 1-26, 1-27, and 1?SB. Beduced or remnant price 78a. 17 pain of Thomson's ?ove-Fitting Ooraeta, in medium lenirth waist?one each size, 18,19, and 21; two each, 22, 23.84, 25, and 87; and one oach size, 28, 89, and 30. Beduced or remnant price 76a. 10 Pain of Short*waist German-woven Cor* ?eta, 3-18,3-10.2-21, 3-22, 2-23, 1-84, 2.86 and 3-26. Beduced. or Benanant Price 7So 20 Pairs of Long. waist German-wo Ten Oor aeta, 2 18, 2-19, 2-21, 3-22, 2-23, 2-24,1-85, 3-26, 3-27, 3-28. 3-29 and 3-30. Beduced, or Remnant Price 75o 34 Pain Fine German-woven Corsets. scal loped top and bottom, 3-18, 2-19, 1-21, 4-22. S-?3, 3-24, 3-25, 3-28, 3-27, 3-88, 3-28 and 3-30. Beduced, or Remnant Price $1 18 Pain it. 4 U. White Sateen Corsets, 1-18, 2-21, 2-22, 3-23, 3-24, 1-25, 2-20, 2-27 and 2-28. Reduced, or Remnant Price 81.25 18 Pairs celebnted "C. P." White Sateen Oor aeta, 2-18, 2-21, 2.22, 3-23, 3-24, 3-25 and 3-20. Reduced, or Remnant Price $1.25 MfExtru force will be plaoed in thla depart ment to wait upon all with promptneaa. Call early, in order to be sun to aecun the aiae da aired. More "Broken Lota" of Ladies' and Men's "In itial" Handkerchiefs, at exceedingly low prices. These ate all flue grade Handkerchiefs and sold for conaiderably more than theac i ricea. 1 Lot of Ladies' All-linen Hemstitched Ini tial Handkerchiefs, 2-Ba, 2-Na, 2-Os, 2 Ks and 1-W. Reduced, or Remnant Price 25c 1 Lot of Ladies' All-linen Hematitchad Initial Handkerchiefs, 1-F, 2-Ks and 5-Na. Reduced, or Remnant Price 15e Men's All-linen Hemstitched Initial Handker chiefs. l-0,1-N and 3-Va. Reduced, or Remnant Prios... .....20a Men's White All-linen Hemstitched Initial Handkerchiefs, 1-E, 1-1, 1-K and 1-N. Reduced, or Remnant Prica 35c. Men's all linen hemstitched initial Handker chiefs, 1-C, 2-Es, 1-F, 1-G and 1-J. Reduced, or Remnant Price 40c*., 3 for 81. "Odd Lot" of children's 811k H'dk'fa. 1 lot of children's solid colored, all silk, hematitchad Handkerchief*. Reduced.or Remnant Prica...8c. ea., 4 for 25e. NOTE.?Pending a reorganization and exten sive preparations for a grand "opening" in our Art Department, we shall offer all "ahort lengths" of Fancy Silks, Pluslios, St aniped Bu reau Scarfs, Sideboard Covers, Tny Cloths, kc? also "odd" skeins of embroidery silks and worsteds, Ac., at exceedingly low remnant pricea, in order to thoroughly clean up the de partment on Friday. (Second floor, front parlon.) "REMNANTS" IN FANCY EMB. DEPT. 1 Small Fancy Basket, trimmed with tinsel and gilt sequins, reduced to 10c. 1 Large Waste Basket, slightly imperfect, re duced to 10c. 1 White Stork, slightly imperfect, reduced to 5c. 10 Fancy Frogs, slightly imperfect, reduced to 5c. 4 Pen-wipen, 2 of chamois and 2 of celluloid, alightly soiled, reduced to 10c. 2 Brass Wliisk Holders, reduced to 5c. 1 Chamois-skin Emory bag, slightly soiled, reduced to .V. 3 Pin Cushions of satin and leather, ? oiled, ra duced to 10c. each. 1 "Odd Lot" of Plush Ornaments, reduced to 23c. per dozen. "ODD SIZES" IN LADIES' SILK AND F* NE WOOL UNDERWEAR 1- Ladies' Lavender Swiss Ribbed All-Silk Vest, slightly soiled. Reduccd, or remnant price $1 2 Ladies' Pink Fine Swiss Ribbed All-Silk Vests, less than half price. Reduced, or remnant price 75c. 8 Indies' SiTiug-weight White Merino Jer sey-fitting Vests, sizes 34, 3 tt. 38 and 40. Reduced, or remnant price 37Mc. 4 Ladles' Fine American Hosiery Oo. Vesta, size 30. fine quality of white merino. Red need, or emnant prica $1 1 Pair Lama* Fine quality, two-thirds wool, pants, made by American Hoaiary Co., size 30. Almost half-price. Reduced, or remnant price $1 "ODD SIZES" IN CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' CLOAKS AND JACKETS, AND READY* MADE SLITS. U Children's Medium-weight Cloaka, in plain shades, and fancy stripea and plaida. Sizes 4, tt, 8 and 12 years. Exactly half former prica. Reduced, or Itemnant Price 83.50 5 Misses' Fine Beaver Cloth English Walking Jackets, 2 black. 2 navy blua, and one cardinal. All size 12 yean. Half price. Reduced, or Remnant Prica (5 2 Missel' "Novelty" striped Jackets, in garnet and olive, and electric and olive, very atyliah. Size 12 yean. Reduced, or Remnant Price (8 SUITS?3 Children's All-Wool Fancy Plaid Flannel Sulta. Sizes 6, 8 and 10 yeara. Reduced, or Remnant Price (5 8 Children's All-Wool Flannel Dresses, in Navy Blue and Terra-Cotta, elegantly trimmed with braid, alzes tt, 8. 10 and 12 yean. Reduced, or Remnant Prica $5 (Third floor.) "ODD SIZES" IN LADIES' JACKETS, SHORT WRAPS AND SACyUES. 3 Ladies' Blact Corkscrew Jacket*, sizes 36 and 38. Reduced, or Remnant Prica $3.50 5 Ladies' Black Corkscrew Jacketa. sizea 36, 38,40, 42 and 44. Reduced, or Remnant Prica $5 3 I julies' Black Diagonal Cloth Jacketa, aa tin lined, size* 34, 3a and 38. Reduced, or Remnant Prica $5 4 Ladies' F.xtn Fine Quality of Black Broad cloth Jacketa. lined with Satin; very elegant; sizes 32,1!4. 3(5, and 38. Reduced, or Remnant Price 88 1 Ladies' Black Novelty Jacket, made of corx screw cloth with Black Moire Silk Veat, size 3t); half i rice. Reduced, or Remnant Price . aft 1 Liwii ?' Bl ck Cloth "Modjeaka" Short Wrap, handsomely Oraided, size 32. Reduced or Remnant Price... 85 1 Ladies' Muck Beaver Cloth "Moujeaku." trimmed with iur and tniinii-e. size 3tj. Reduced, or i\emnaut Price #10 2 Ladies' Black Beaver Cloth Modjeakaa. trimmed with guimi*, sizes 38 and 40. Reduced, or Keinnant trice ?10 2 Lad'eg' Lxt.a f ine Quality of Seal Plush Jackets, batlu lined, sizes 3U add 42; exactly halt price. * Reduced or Remnant Price a 10 1 Ladies' Sui>erUne Seal Plush '"Modieska" Short V\ rap, lined with hatin, size 3'4. Rt duced, or liemnaut Price " a 15 (Thirdfloor.) "ODDS AND ENDS" IN LINEN DEPARTMENT TOWELS?8 Huck Towels, reduced to 8c! each 12 Hnck Towels, reduced to 10c. each 15 Birdeye and Huck Towels, plain aud with Colored borders, reduced to 20c! 7 Faucv Turkish Towels, reduced to 15c CLOTHS AND NAPKINS?1 Fringed Tar Cloth, reduced to 35c. ' 2 flue Damask Tray Clothe, with colored bor der, reduced to 40c. 4 5-12 dozen Cream Damaak Doylies, reduced th 7.?c. par dozen. gNapkina-H dozen H Napkina, reduced to K dozen S Napkins, reduced to 85c. M dozen ti-N Napkins reduced to $1 H dozen M Cream Napkins, reduced to 65c. CLOTHS?tt Hsndsome Damaak Clotha sin 2 by 3 ysrda. sliirhtly soiled. * Reduced, or Remnant Price >2 50 1 handsome Damask Pattern Cloth," soiled. size 2 by 3 yards. ^ Reduced, or Reinnsnt Price ,... 83 1 Handsome Dam?ak Pattern Fringed ijlothl aixe 2 by liH yards. Reduced, or i.eniuant Price K?J r.lilu Duuuk., Kuui. Cr?W, TSweliiS Ac., at reduced prices. ? (Second floor.) "ODD 8IZE8" IN GLOVE8. Reduced.or Remnant Price ? B1*ck'ko'u?iu Reduced, or Remnant Price at SO 4-But ureen Rsal KidGlovaa. Reduced, or Remnant Prica aj 50 odds AND ENDS IN MEN'S GOODS ' 8*TO'aWhito?wUEd Muslin Night Shirta. Beduced. or Bernnant Prica (\/v .iSHr ssi Merino Drawera. Wawart Reduced, or Remnant Pitoa. ? "SHORT LENGTHS" IB LININGS. EXTBEXELT low CtJBTAIN DEPARTMENT P*teM?rtkH>Mlil "A BEACTirUL STORE." "Phials Royal." alao toe foUowla* ? clip as a reply to oar < > Brian* *a*fc tin* m u dUeaunt* ure aUowrtl wtn twytv. fstnB proMtJ art viadt pottle xKtn ?iiittf. a eisilhmMnii V odemiivM itAM oiatu u Imr < ?re s*o*ed to Ms InrpssMsfc" PJ A PPP A A R 0 Y A L, TO-MORROW. Wotild Illustrate that lta atock of DRESS GOODS and Trimming* la aa v*rird, if not aa larre, aa shown la lanrer citie*. It would illnatrata that qualities ara offered for the pricaa unquestionably equal to any and auperior to many. WHY JfOTf THE PALAIS ROYAL buys of the name manufac ture? aa eupply its confrere* In busineae. It paya promptly, and therefore obtaina aa rood term* aa any; better than thoae who aak credit. It aelle strictly lor cash, and can afford aa little profit aa any and law than the merchant* who credit, THEREFORE IT IS APPARENT that our price* abould be not only aa low aa any, but lower than the majority. YOD CAN PROVE IT. WE REQUEST TOD to look through oar new atock to-morrow and learn the qualitie* offered at the price*. Oompariaon with other atorea in this city or. If a vie Itor, with thoaa at yoar home, 'will determine. In or der that you may quickly obtain an idea of oar atock and the price* we are busily preparing for to-morrow A ORAND DISPLAY. The New Dress Oooda will be found draped on * tan da, aa worn; we alao will show beautifully colored fashion plate*-the finest we think aeen thla aeaaon. (Continued below.) THE PALAIS ROYAL. Price List Op Dress Patterns. These are In grest Tariety, but only one or two of * atyle are ahown, principally "Directolre" and "Em pire" pattern*. ?14 Dreaa Pattern* of Diagonal Trench Sane, with ailk plaid aaah. 4it yarda Ion*, finished with deep ailk and wool fringe. 814.68 Dreaa Pattern* of Itylea aomewhat aim liar to thoae quoted a bore. $18 Dreaa Patterns, containing 7H yarda of the new "Koula" Cloth (French); alao. 2% yard* brocaded roods, for trimming Reaeda Oreen.Biscuit Brown Old Ro*e and Electric Blue you'll And amot the *>??'tt ahowu. 1* We could write a column of intereetinr ml inr concerning these (roods of oar collection. but we spare you the infliction. THE PALAIS ROYAL. (Continued below.) New All"Wool Suitinob. 40 AND 50c. TARD?Check, Fla-d and Striped Alt Wool Suitings. Special! 91 A YAHDfor Cheviot Sultinga(40 lnchaa) with aide band. *1 A YARD?Diagonal Cloth Suiting (40 inches). Half the width Solid Color, the other half with Fine Strlpee. W8o. A YARD?All-Wool Smooth-Face Serges (40 inchea) with the new aide bauds. 68c. A YARD?All-Wool bide-Band Sear** (40 Inches;. THE PALAIS ROYAL (Continued below.) Oloth*Finished Serges. 85c. A YARD for All-Woo] 8ergee (40 inchea) In all the New Shade* and Sty lee of Plaids and Stripea. 91 A YARD for the New Cloth-Finished Serve* (40 inches).Lartrer Plaids and Two-Tone Stripea. 68c. A YARD for All-Wool Serge* (40 inchee) In Cream, White, Black and all colors. 60c. A YARD for Warranted All-Wool Sertrea In same shade* aa at 68c. These will surprise you. the Palais royal. (Continued below.) The ^ ew Henriettas, 50c. A YARD?All-Wool Henrietta (40 inchee) In twenty-five shade*, comprising all the new tints. CTCompare with aamplea of GSc. good* of else where. 85c. AND 91 A YARD?Silk-finished Henriettas (45 inchesi in all the new street and evening shade*. THE PALAIS ROYAL. (Continued below,) Spring- Weight Broadcloths. tl A YARD?White and Cream Broadcloths. A few piece* only. Cannot obtain more. 91.25 A YARD?Every new shade and a quality for the price. We are anxious you should compare with thoae offered elsewhere; (62 inches.) ^ . . , THE PALAIS ROYAL (Continued below.) 1889 (Jhallies. Sateens, Ging hams. Plain and Figured Challiee in all the new art shsdee. Roechlln's Fr?res Sateens in a choice variety of plain and floured effect*. Scotch Uinghama In all styles and prices, including those with the pique and fancy striped borders, which are the newest. THE PALAIS ROYAL. (Continued below.) Ihe New Colored Silks. 75c. and 91 a yard for China Sllka?figures and stripe* on %htand dark grounds. ?5c. and 91 a yard, plain colors In nearly fifty differ ent ihjule*. 91.26 s yard Black and White Toehiko Japanese Silk (28 inchea). 91. 9125 and 91.08 a yard for Spring Shades In Faille Francalse. 75c. aud 91.19 a yard for Surah Silk*. 8Dc. and 91 a yard for Black aud Whits Striped Surah Silks. THE PALAIS ROYAL. (Continued below.) w ARRANTED BlaCK SlLKS. t*~ If the Silk splits or wear* ahiny A NEW PIECE GIVEN. A written guarantee so to do, on demand. BLACK GROS GRAN SILKS. Quality A B CD E F Price 91 91.19 91.26 91.50 *1.98 $2-26 BLACK FAILLE FRANCA1SE. Quality A B O D C F Prices 91 91.19 91.26 91.50 91.09 91.89 BLACK SATIN RHADAMES. Quality A B C D E Prices 91 91.19 91.26 $1.50 91.68 BLACK SURAH SILKS. Quality A B C D E V Pricea 59c. 68c. 75c. 91 9L19 91.26 BLACK MOIRE SILKs. Quality A B C D E Prices 91 91.25 91.50 91.76 92.25 Satin and Moira Striped Armure and Satin Brocade at 91.16 yard. Pea? da Sole, Royal Armure, Rhadrtmir and other fancy weaves, 91.26 yard. ~ . THE PALAIS ROYAL (Continnsd below J ? Black Wool Dress Goods. PRIESTLY'B Silk Warp Henriettas and fancy weaves Clalratte, Convent Sloth, Ravenna, Albatroea, Diagonal Cloth, Cachemere Inde. Armure Checks, Cloth, Crape Cloth, Drap d'Alma, Melroee. Palais Royal prioee with elaswhsre. COURT AULD'S English Crapes, Nans Vaillsc fa valla, Inuta. THE PALUS ROYAL (Continued below.) New Dress Trimmings. Oar colored fashion plates will show how Iks Hew Trimmings ara wan. Even the buttons sre plainly , 25c. to 96.76 yd. i Applique Trimminra, 91.96 to 94J96 yd. ~ , 60s. to 91.36 yd. , 9116 to 93 yd. t Jet Trimmings. 96.35 to 99 yd. t Trimminga, 912 to 890 yd. ,?6e. to 91.88 yd. .91.36 to 94.98 y?. >. 91 to 9? yd. > to 92.88 doasn. 18s. to 91.60 deasn. Mn 10c. to 93 dawn. ? to 98.60 ds?ML Oxide mdfmo Alumina, is par east. SO *15, 100 pooftta tea, hn Aluminum ss&o poqfidi Only trill m#-12t Something new. LEATHEROID ttuxu. yacy licfct in weirbt. STRONGER u>d MORE DURABLE ttw Sole Leather. and at HALF THE PIUCE Mad* and aold only at TOPH AM"8 Trunk Factory, 1 ssi Pa. am ?kl-lv If A stranger, TOCR TRIP TO WASHINGTON AT THIS TIME MAY BE MADE TO PAY. ix THIS WAY?YOU'RE WELCOME. WELCOME, THOUGH YOC DON'T SUM) A CENT. ? NO STORE in THE oottftry KEEPS SUCH A QUANTITY OF JHE FINEST READY-MADE CLOTHING. FEW MERCHANT TAILORS MAEE AS GOOD TO ORDER IF USED TO THAT EIND COME in AKD LOOK AT OCR READY-MADE WE dont SAY BUY NOW. WE SAY-SEE IT WHILE YOU'RE HERE THIS is A GENERAL LIST: ? WINTER OVERCOATS. business suits, SPRING OVERCOATS. DRESS SUITS. BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. i FURNISHING GOODS. TOU MAT BE TEMPTED BY ITS ELEGANCE TO BUT. IF TOU ARE. YOU'LL SAVE MONEY. OK LEAVE TOUR MEASURE FuR OUR REFERENCE MEASURE-BOOK. THEN YOU CAN ORDER CLOTHES AT ANT TIME THAT WILL FIT R ROBINSON k (XX, 800 PENNA ATE. f?30-eo Bordered China Silks. WK havk just OPENED A CHOICE LOT OF BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS WITH PERSIAN BORDERS WHICH EKCEKD ANYTHING WK HAVE SHOWN IN THESE DESIRABLE GOODS. NEW DESIGNS IN CHINA SILKS, AT SLS1-2& AND 81.50, 27 INCHES WIDE THE REAL CHINAS DO NOT SLIP IN THE SEAMS AND ARE VERY DURABLE AND OUGHT NOT TO BE CON FOUNDED WITH THE PRINTED FOULARDS. WE HAVE A DECIDED BARGAIN IN LOUI8I ENE SILKS AT ?5o. WORTH S125. SOFTER AND MORE BRILLIANT THAN THE FINE8T SURAHS. BLACK FAILLE FRANCAIS SILKS. 25 PER CENT UNDER REGULAR PRICE8. BLACK SILK HERN AXIS AT si AND sl-23; WORTH SL50 AND S2. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN BLACK SILK LACES. HAVING BOUGHT TO GREAT ADVANTAGE WE OFFER CHOICE PATTERNS AT $U. s2.&0. AKD S3 in FINE GOODS. ALL-WOOL HENRIETTAS, NEWEST SPRING SHADES, 40 INCHES WIDE AT 50c. NOVELTIES IN BORDERED DRESS GOODS. HANDSOME GINGHAMS AT 85c. SCOTCH GINGHAMS IN GREAT VARIETY. LARGE STOCK of FRENCH SATTEENS IN NEW EST STYLES AND COLORS. CALIFORNIA BLANEETS AT REDUCED PRICES. W. M SHUSTER k SOTS. 123 sis PENN. aveh.W. Elphonzo Y ouxgs' Company Offer SPECIAL PRICES OH THE FOLLOWING LOTS, VIE: (FEBRUARY 2a 1888.) 800 doam casta Stunr Corn, par dozen, at 88 casta. 100 doten larre cana Golden Pumpkin, pi 06 oente.* 200 bottiaa Maple Syrup, 50c. aue. at 44 oenta. 1,000 pounda Extra Choice Sugar-Cured Bacon, apeclal aalectiona, at 14 oaota. 2,000 pounda Beat Imported Macaroni, in packagee: regular 15-cent gooda, at 11 oaota. 150 bottlea Hydan Salad, a vary dellcioua reliah 20-oent eixe, at 14 oaota. 1.000 pounda White Clover Honey. in 2-pound oapa. regular 45-eent gooda, at 38 eesta. 600 cana Franco-Americar Soupa. the flneat gooda of the kind known to the trade. regular 40 cant irooda. at 34 centa. Near, bear in mind theee are remarkably low prtcea and. of conrae, the fooda will aoon disappear. Do not miae your f ha are to aaenra a ? apply. ELPHONZO YOUNGS oomfant. 4SS Ninth at. F. s.?Remember our Potato Cbipe are decidedly superior to any to be found in the city, and our motaa aalaa enable ua to get them by aipraaa morn Inc. E X. OO. d2S-3a jqeadquarters at the "MANUFACTURING Our eprlng atylaa are now ready to we invite the ladies to call. Wa bare grade, from S3 up to *50. From a calioo afineailk dreaa. Wadefy any nomgatltlnn. either ta atyke or price. Wa poatttteiy yunatae a aare at SO percent on every puxrhaee. and a good At. Erarygar mantiaatoarnwasaki,?<lfyou*sal ?lit wywih ant oahmeht MADE TO otmb OH one DAY'S notice" -manufacturing fso-lSt slstthatm-w. Draun nxw Tore Hii i croft Axd V AxgrtsHED iMUlCi. Tba tha pot botla la tke politic*] witM-m! *ml ted a parallel la Ik* Ukum world?bet It la eejitooi mm Jcamt*titon ta the mmi Um at IiMwi IM llw) MM UHM ImwM CUrM> each other. Thi. le n. t ?> it >i sry ana otDDot In i VICTOR V it her tm it a ?ato mi; Baa to www the crowa at ~ bat k?r*esl you cannot reach the roal of I not follow that your heart an Hatred and malic* toward th<?? who ka?| you la the race The people Uamim M m tha VlCTt >K if hi* ww la Just. and ehower IMr favor* apoa him In rich and Uriah pra Th?Ur aat mtnd at tha paopl* works with aaaulag eertainity and Area II stamp <4 appi***! >uly wkara U la rvhlj daeerved. bacauarhnuoreblv won V* would aaf to ta* hei.<ir.-4s of tbonaaads at Itniinn who throur the stmata aod a van use beautiful city, that the latch atria* I tod*, re tar fr*al>. ohaan* claaely aad you artli Booa loin tha riaad arm) that w**ra th* laarrl wreath at Victor L. Mch ladlvidual member at ? hioh *1 inrrlln nlma ilf with kue read)-made ciothiur at VICTOR K. ADLlt' % FEB CEXT CLOTlIlXa hocbe 14 7th at. a.w.. 'IE* AXD Smoke: OX AOOOO'T or TBI FTBE AT ? . FBtEDLiXDIB'l CLOT B1 5 O E8TABLIBHME1 913 F ST. K. W_ I THE EXTIRE BTOCE WILL BE BOLD AT 0XB THIRD LEB8 TH AX ORIGIN kL OOBT bt The ixbubaxce comfaxt. Man'* Flue Drees Suits at |4. B\ ftl. 47 and B* Mru'i Flue Paul*. 81 BO. B1.50. 81.7&. 82 aad ?2.50. Elevant Floa Bprlnr Overcoat* at 14 83. 85.3B, |5 82 aad (t>. Children a bulla. II 20. 91 37.11 .'.0. 11.75. r-' aad 82.50; worth from 44 to 4>< par aoit. Remember, the roods arc alirhUy Mooted aad mast be aald la 16 days by the insurance company. BIS E IT. X. W. 8U Duore from Wvh at. mhl 3m Nearly Three Acbeb Or Floobixo COVERED WITH fcrxitcrr. CARPETS. VPHOLBTEBT OOODS. AXD IXTEBIOB DEOORATIOXB. Ton aod four fnanda are cordlaliv muted to rail aad Inspect tills Mammoth l.ntshusinueut. where evwry Uaur la marked Hi I lain flruree and luu can aea *1 a rlance the coat <4 bouseturiiislunr of all classes from tii** l ? jiiiii??t to liiP ttlifkt We have every vailety in th* different ?oo?la .we aalL from thecbe*i eat to the beet. k on are alao invited to take a bird'* Eye View af Waaulurton troiu our root. the liuil.liur la ao caatral and hirh. It la a deairable aiyht IPHOLnTEHY DEPARTMENT A full line ol every kiad aud quality of faraltara Oct en lira from the cheat-est lu tlx beat. All kin<lsol roods lor slip oovara lor furniture; wa cut and make tbesa roods, misranterlur a III. Instil as aellinr them over tl>e O'Uutvr. our shot' where luraiture la mad*, la any deal red aha|* or aiie aud ui'hoUterad aoft ol hard a* reqtiirad. I* out of Uic heat equipped m tlua t ouiiUy. TMl. MOTH. Thla little anaoyfir la beriuutur to do hla work, aad are are reitiur very bua> eiteriuiiia>iiir klm. II yoa have Dot heani of our tuoihod. write or call for partic ular* aud rive ua all tke Ujie |>uaalUe to do your work, a* we are auxivua to avoid diaappouitiiar any one. WlkDoW hJAU. H. We have a fril Una of colon fruai ".*?c a ahada with apnna fiitiireecu . flat a. up. Oar pric*a are i Um] OS *11 UUftUUM IKTIRIOB deoorattoxk. We have the latreat liar of CretouiMa and lor wall covertura we ever had A great %u-.ety of all *Uadca of plain I ?Ilka, rmntrtuir in price ITout .SOc up. Lace Curtaiua iruiu II UO up. Madra* Curtauia Iroui 41.50 up. lace Had HeU lroui ?'<! Vl up. Raw Bilk Portlerea fruui *.l oO up. Tai?atry Portlerea lroui 47.at) up. Jute Portlerea trupi f5.tlU up. 'luroouiau Poruarva lroui tli.ilO up. Flax \ eloura. Raw B.lka. tuik 1'al. aaka, Brocatellc*, Batm Dauiaaka, Tapeatriaa ol all kiaOo aud all prloaa. Pluahea lu *11 color* ?4 and .'i0 .uchea wide, which wa arc * lliur Iruiu H.tc par yarn up. A lair* llUe of 1 able Covera, all aire*, at half -prloa A complete Uu* ol >Yiurea. many odd piaoaa luarkad below oo*t benuia in rreat variety, from 1 V.'Hc. up. liuliatiou BilkLirht Drapery, an autirely new thin* and very deMi?l>l< aa it takea tb* plaoa of alik, and only coat* from 1 ~H> . to 1 be. per yard CARPET fcEPART MkXT. FOB BABtiAl>b READ IHt FOLLO*7XQ: 1 Tapestry Rur, 10 Ieat 6 iacha* wida by 14 14*4 6 iliCbeM lotiK? $ < 0. 1 Tapaato tea*. 10 feet 6 Incbee wide by 12 feat ? iDcbeai loll*. | i?*>. 1 1 apeauy Kur, B f*et 3 lachaa arid* by 14 faatloac, ?ltt. 1 Velvet Bur. ti feet wide, W feet 3 lochea lour. tit. 1 Bodj Rruaaala Ru?. ? teat wide by 7 feat X Inrkaa l0l*"lWj llruaacia Rut. 6 feat wtd* by 7 feat lonr, * 1 Body Bruaaela Bur, H feet wide by 6 faet lone. |4. 1 \ elvet Rur. 12 leet wide by 13 feet 6 lncbeeloar. avK 1 Velvet Rue. 10 feet 6 inches wide by It feet ? taikkurna&Velvet bar.8 fast 3 lnchea wide by t teat t l'kurii'aff'' R?4- 10 faet 8 Ux has wtd* by IS [ lotur. 125. 1 Tapaatry Rur. 10 feat 6 tarbaa arid* by IS test B lnchea lonr. 41M oO. 1 Tapestry 10 faet 0 Inches wide by 12 tea* ? incbe? loUK. ft 1 "> 1 'lapseto i ur, 8 f**t 4 iacha* wide by 10 feet B laches lonr. IlloO. 1 Tapaatry Rur. ? feet 3 inchee wide by B teat loot; * l^Tapeetry bur. 10 feet 6 Iacha* wide by It teat 8 IfiCbMlOUlt. 1*0. 1 Tapestry Kur. B feet b laches wtds by 12 teat 8 lachee lour, i 1 h-'O ? lTayjatrj bur. 8 feet 3 Incbea wida by 13 teat 1 lapestry Rur, lOfsst 8 Inches wlds by It teat* inches lour. 8 IB. 1 i epeairy Rur. 8 test S Inches wnda by 11 fe?* S iouir, 112 1 koguctu bur. 8 feet 3 inches wtd* by 18 teal '"l*I a;eitTT Rur. 8 feat 3 Inches wida by 11 teat t inehv* lonr. 412. 1 lai?retry hur. 0 teat 8 Iacha* wide by 12 teat 8 inchee 11 nr. BIB. 2 burlisb Velvet Rura, 0 faet B I nc ha* wida by IS feel W Incbea lone. IB. 3 tnrlwh Velvet RuflA 7 teat 6 Incbea wid* by 18 feet aTucbee lonr. I'ix.aO. Woven lb one piece. 3 Moyrn* bora. 7 feet 8 Iacha* wida by 10 teal 8 l0We ut pecvtvinr ahlpmenu of Straw Mattlnr Weakly direct from Clou*, from 44 per roll of 40 yarda up \ tke hare a fine line of NBMtil Straw bat Una* >ade in this country, which are far aupenoc la try, which are v the imported. quality and desiru to FCRXITTBE DEPABTMEXT. Chamber Heu from a IB up. "srlor Bet* lroui |3o up. Mninr~room Beu trom ^'-5 up. led iMom Chairs from 75c. up Hninr-roou. Chain from 75c. up. asy Cha rs from It) up. lattan and lteed Chairs from |1.*?0 Up. mice Table* iron. |B up. " a (rou- (10 up. "a Daaka from 40 up. :-cases from BB up. acretanes from 127 up. ?ariorCabtaato from 4 0 op. Cahtacu from |2..->0 up. led-loom l*t>lea from |2 26 up. ?arlor Tables from |2 up. Jbrary Tables from BIN up. ;ard Table* from 44 up. Kite ben '1 able* from 41 50 up The above are only a lew }<rtcss to rlv? m Id** sf tk* heap rooda?to rat an idaias the bsttar roods ram to at IB toon will ba found a polite carp* at ?war any aad all qoaaUoaa. W. B. MOKE* A BOX Our. 11th Je Ce H.CTCHIXIOX. BOTEL11EIIV XETB, LA CM AXD