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THE EVENING STAR.
WASHINGTON:
MTTBDiT April 6, !??#.
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U4 u ?? A^tmiMic Mtdlan It wuth
??r? ihu nil Ik* oilier papers published
h Washington.
Whether the President ba?. or hat not. a con
test with the Senate on hie hands, that body ie !
not likely to differ with him very much in re
gard to the high qualifications of hie candidate
for collector of the port of Sew York. Mr.
?rhardt haa gever been known a* a factionist,
in the tense in t?hich that term implies any
lack of loyalty to hit party as a whole. It was
strongly inspected last fail that he wat put up
for mayor of New York city, not with any pur
po*a or expectation of electing him, but at a
good man for the wire-puller* to trade on. It
i* now to be hoped that ho will remember in a
becoming m.rnner the treatment he receded
from certain local bos?cg. and confine hi* dis
tribution of patronage?for his custom-houoe it
the moat powerful institution in that rcspecton
the Atlantic coast?to the decent men who
voted, in caucus and at the polls, according to
what they believed was right and honorable.
Receiving the appointment under snch circum
stance* a* he does, he will have * good chance
to improve the moral character of the working
element in hit party organization, and, through
them, the politic* generally of the city of his
home.
In the fir*t months of 1789 much of the'work !
was done of oiling the machinery, getting up
tteam. and otherwise preparing to set in mo
tion the wheels of government of the American
republic. At short interval* in this year of
grace, 1889, it will be possible to soy: "A cen
tury ago to-day a notable event took place."
In snch richncss. even superfluity, of possible
centennial observances, roost of them will be
ignored, and the public will be coutent to take
i:< retrospective views in a lnmp on April 30th,
when Washington's inauguration will be com
memorated by a struggle for social supremacy
between the "b'hoy" and "la-de-da" elements
in Sew York city.
V' l , MrV. liewirenf thr f1-*T
tVhru the f en:a:i nlia" meet tl-ee in battle nrray!
I\>r a t* 1*1 vl Hp ?!?": il nmliM re?l on my surlit,
Au?J .Mi AI,i>ler'? cl-ii*are s?'a;t?r*il ia 11 fit.
It is r.o argument ngninst civil service reform
?>r a movement for a more secure tenure cf the
minor political o?ces. thit an assistant post
piaxter in a provincial city like Elraira. N. Y.,
who had been carried over from one ndminis
tn.tion to another, shonld liave run ntvay with
fifteen hundred tlollnrs of the government'*
in n v. It is rather an evidence of the excel
lence of the reform, if it lias nnv significance
at all. It is by no means certain that the ex
pectation of removal for part.-an reasons at
the end of a brief term was not the prime mo
tile lor this man's attempt to increase his
worldly wealth by dishonest means. A com
1 -n-?on of the ci?se* of wrong-doing in a finan
cial way, taking a year's record together, would
)robab!y show a very large majority in which
uncertainty of the future suggested the first
t mptation. The proportion of embezzlers
i.mcng men who are poor and in position* of
tiast. bat who know that their place* are ;
their* as long as they deserve them, would
prove exceedingly sriialL
D? Wolf Hopper has set the newspapers to
priutin# paragraph* about him by introducing
into one of his topical songs the other evening
a reflection on the female theater-goer who
wears ? big hat. whereat a type of that class
rose froin a seat near the stage and Bounced
out of the theater with an air of high dudgeon.
borne discussion ha* been started as to whether
Hopper really aimed his shaft at her, and, if
so. whether she has a cause of action against
the man ,g.<r for the public affront thus put >
m on her. It does not seem to have occurred ?
to anybody that the whole thing mav have
Wen mapped ont as the late E. A. Sothcrn used
to plan surprises for his audience, placing a
hired person in the parqnette somewhere to
rjise a row in the middle of a performance in
or.ler to give point to one of his hits and to
make the pres* give him a lot of free adver
tising.
? ?i
Many prospective settler* in Oklahoma are
preparing to get ahead of the premature
? boomers" by waiting till the 22d of April and
then galloping into the territory on swift
looted steeds and locating legitimate claims to
the best sites. Here is the chance for the man
with the flying-machine. Why do we not hear
from him on the borders of Oklahoma, offer
ing the fleetest conveyance across the hills and
over the tree-tops to the highest bidder?
South Dakota is pre-eminently the "Windy
State." Eccentricities of the winds in winter
bring the blinding blizzard, in summer the
twisting cyclone, and in the fall sweep prairie i
fires over the settler's house and crops.
Destructive prairie fires at this season are pre
mature, and indicate a deficiency in tho winter
and spring rainlall. The new state must dis
play let* energy in raising the wind and in an
ticipating the season. It is not well to be too
far ahead of the times. With denser settle
ment the condition* which foster these annoy
ance* of the enterprising Dakotan will bo to a
large extent removed.
The election is Newport to-day is expected
to determine the political complexion of Rhode
Island, a* it will probably aettle the relative
?trength of the partie* in the legislature, and
that body is to elect the governor. At the
recent indecisive election for state senator in
Newport the republican candidate received
1.220 votes, the democrat 1.300, the prohibi
tionist 100. To-day's election will evidently be
close. The republicans pin their hope* of
?ucoe** to the belief that the danger of demo
cratic ascendency will subdue for a time the
internal dissensions which have brought the
party to the verge of defeat. But the demo
crats show greater confidence of victory.
? What ara you going to do about it?"
Commissioner Raymond speaks up promptly
and boldly in reply to this question concerning
the illegal occupation by railroad* of public
street* or reservations. All illegal tracks, he
?ays. most be removed, and in the special case
under consideration, since the railroad has
failed to obey the Commissioners' order, the
District should, he holds, tear up the track*
itaalf.
The other Commissioners are yet to be heard
from in the matter. It is to be hoped that
thai* decision will be as prompt, as courageous,
and a* logically consistent as that of Major
Raymond.
The Sew York ."us draws tho moral from
Mary Anderson* break-down "that celibacy
and the pursuit of an arduous, intellectual.
brain exhausting profession do not go well
together." But what about the collapse of Mr*.
1-angtry and Lillian Russell? Their break
down can hardly be laid to the account of
celibacy.
It seem* to be generally agreed now that
Edwin Booth owe* his collapse to too much
smoking. The doctor says that, at all events
for the present, he must give up hi* beloved
cigar. This mean* that he must reduce hi* al
lowance of tweuty Havana* a day to nineteen.
aa it is the twentieth which he reliahe* more
than all the rest.
Emu Opening.
HUE. J. f. FALBEK,
nooara.
1107 F ?T..
WILL on* A CASE or IMPORTED millinery,
?XCLCUTJLI DBUOXED FOB BE* BOUSE.
WILL BX TBX UTU1 ACTBOBITY IB
I ?TTLES.
thumdat. APBIL 11.
DOCBL1 COMBINATION.
Surrpises For. Monday Okly.
Special price* in the P?lai? Royal'* Dim gjojj de
partment, from 8 a. m. to C r. m . Monday April 8.
THE FIRST SURPRISE.
THE FIRST SURPRISE.
THE FIRST SURPRISE.
THE FIRST SURPRISE
THE FIRST SURPRISE.
THE FIRST SURPRISE.
THE FIRST SURPRISE
THE FIRST SURPRISE
THE FIRST SURPRISE
THE FIRST SURPRISE
THE PALAIS ROYAI.'S 75C. CHINA SILKS FOR
65C. A YARD.
Color*: Old Rose. Resada, Nile, Pistache and Oil re
Greco*; Terrs Cotta, Boreal and Mahogsny, Slates,
Graya, Brown*, Tan* said Fawn. Pinks, Cardinal,
Cherry, Magenta, etc., etc.
tVThese Silk* are full S3 inches wide and have
been quoted ^lui and a?ain as the best values in town
at 75c.
THE SECOND SURPRISE.
THE SECOND SURPRISE.
THE SECOND 8URPRISE.
THE 9ECOND SURPRISE.
THE SECOND SURPRISE.
THE SECOND SURPRISE.
THE SECOND SURPRISE.
THE SECOND SURPRISE.
THE SECOND SURPRISE.
THE SECOND SURPRISE.
THE PALAIS ROYAL'S $1 INDIA SILKS FOR
04c. A YARD. Light and Dark Ground, with the new
Jacquard Figure* and Stripes. Delicate shades of the
new Greens, Grays, 13 row us, bluet, Tans; also a Black
and Whit*.
FROM 8 A M. TO 6 P. M.
FROM 8 AM. TO 0 P. M.
FROM 8 A. M. TO 6 P. M.
FROM 8 A. M. TO C P. M.
FROM 8 A M. TO 6 P. M.
FROM 8 A M. TO 6 P. M.
FROM 8 A M. TO C P. M.
FROM 8 A. M. TO 6 P. M.
FROM 8 A. M. TO 6 P. M.
FROM 8 A. M. TO 6 P. M
The above -quoted special prices are positively FOB
MONDAY ONLY'. For account of certain 68c., 59c.,
aud 6oc. Dre?s Goods which will be *o!d Monday,
Tuesday, and Wednesday at 50c. a yard see lower half
of this column.
SURPRISES ABOVE AND BELOW
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A Three Day's' Sale
For Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, April 8, 9 and
10, THE PALAIS ROYAL will offer Dress Goods at
50c. that retail usually from 55c. to 75c. a yard.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
(Continued below.)
40-inch Cashmf.res At tfOc.
Usually advertised as Henrietta* and sold at 59o.
and 68c. a yard. We show Light Gray. Slate, Tan,
Beige, Old-Rose, Resada-Green. Mshogany, Light
Olive, Golden-Brown, Myrtle, Goblin-Blue, Seal
Brown, Electric-Blue, Light Pink, Light Blue, Cardi
nal, Magenta, Tobacco, Snuff, Sapphire-Blue, Navy,
White, Cream.
Compare with the Henriettas offered around
town at 55c., 59c , and 68c. Though called by various
names and sold at various price* you'll find they are
the same as our 50c. cashmeres.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
(Continued below.)
Pin Striped Sergf.s 50c
These we sold at 55c. Considering they are all wool
and measure full 40 inches wide they are good value
at 55c. We show Navy with white stripe, sage and
white; cardinal and white.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
^(Continued below.)
40 inch Flannel Sittings 50c
Plaids and stripes in lstest styles. Various com
binations of colors, viz: Golden Brown and Tan. Light
and Dark Gray, Navy Blue and Gray, Navy Blue and
Tan. Myrtle Green and Gray, Garnet and Old Rose,
etc., etc.
Is it worth while to postpone payment for a month
and pay 59p. or 68c. for these (roods?
Remember this, too, if you pay promptly and ahop
at store* that credit, you are charged the same price*
as if you asked credit.
Which will you do?
Pay 50c. or 59c. for these flannel suiting*.
Fifty cents here; 59c. and as high as 68c. at some of
the credit store*.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
(Continued below.)
40 -IN. Nuns* V EILINQ 50c
Graceful Drapinr. Serviceable Dresses can be made
of this superior quality Nuns' Veiling. Light Blue,
Pink. Cardinal, Cream. Y'ou haven't lately been
offered such quality for 50c.
THE PALAIS ROYAL,
(Continued below.)
oO-ct. Black Rrf?s Goods.
See the 40-inch Caahmerea.
See the 40-inch Serges.
See the 38-inch Albatross.
See the 38-inch Nuns' Veiling.
See the 40-inch Batiste.
We ask comparison with the qualities usually
offered at 59 and 68c , and draw special attention to
the Priestley's Black Cashmeres at 50c. a yard, which
you can't duplicate under 68c.
the PALAI8 ROYAL.
(Continued below.)
See The ?T ikdow Display.
In the window of No. 11j7 Pennsylvania avenue i*
displayed the lately-arrived novelties in Mohair Suit
ings in combiustions of Woven Figure* and Stripes,
the Black Mohair Sicilian, the Colored Beige Side Band
Suitings, the new Silk and Wool Striped Serges. In
short, high-priced novelties, but at lowest price* ui
town.
the Palais royal.
(Continued below.)
50c. Dress Trimmings, 39c.
Persian Band Trimming. 2 inches wide, in Silk and
Tinsel. "TS? M b-irpuin yw at ?*?,," we are told
Are we not Justified in srritin* A SURPRISE AT 39c.
A YARD? We show the following combinations
WHITE SILK AND SILVER TINSEL.
W HITE SILK AND GOLD TINSEL.
CREAM SILK AND GOLD TINSEL
GOLD SILK AND SILVER TINSEL
SILVER SILK AND GOLD TINSEL.
OLD ROSE 8II.K, GREEN TIN8Ei?
OLIVE SILK AND WHITE TINSEL.
NAVY SILK AND SILVER TINSEL.
GRAY SILK AND SILVER TINSEL.
OLIVE SILK AND TAN TINSEL.
GRAY SILK AND RED TINSEL
BROWN SILK AND GOLD TINSEL.
persian COLORS IS ENDLESS VARIETY.
IW~ The Trimmings at 3Wc. a yard until Wednes
day at 0 p. m.
THE
PALAIS
ROYAL
(A. LI8NER),
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Prepaiie For April Showers.
A Rubber lk>?**in>r 1? aisrays a useful piece of wear
ing apparel. We claim to have a lanr? and varie d as
sortment, if not thelsnrest In town. We will enumerate
below a acbadnle of pricee: 2 Ik) Ijuliee' Water-Pro of
Circulars In Garneta and Graya. We guaranty these
to stand the atrmin of wa^. Special price (1.50.
Regular price 9 1.89. 183 Striped Circular*, al?ract
abape. Thia Gossamer we have in narrow and broad
stripeeffects. Special price (1 75. Regular Taint
$4 39. 145 Irish Peasaut Circular*, wh! -h are ao
popular, we offer at 91 98 in Grays and Brown*, in
tended to aell for 92 75.
Again we bare an lriab Peasant Circular, in India
Striped Cloth, which haa a beautiful effect of Bilk
guaranteed. at 92 98. Real value t4.
Oar Children*' Stock ha* J tut been replenished with
several new number*, anion? which we name one of
the numerous at 91 39, which we consider well worth
? 1.75. Let us supply the little one*.
Our Men'* Rubber Coata, with Cape detachable, in
Brown cloth, full aizes. at 93.50.
Ladies' Silk Gossamers in Raglans and Irish Pe*?*u t
Circular*, Ac. Prices ranging from 915 up to 4-5.
8ATTEEN3. 8ATTEEX8.
We hare placed on sale thla week about 350 piece*
choice new patterns in Domestic Satteen at l'.'H and
20c per yard. In BEAUTY of COLOR and QUALITY
of CLOTH THEY ARE UNSURPASSED. The pat
tern* are the very latest production of French Artist*,
and the printing will compare favorably with the finer
quality of Satteen*. These gooda are worthy of ap?cial
attention.
Wa would also hare yon bear In mind that we are
Headquarters for Koechliu Frere* Plain Black Satteen
guaranteed Perspiration Proof.
Ladlca in search of a Black Dress and at the ume
time a cool and serviceable one for summer, should not
fall to buy this Goods, as every yard is (ruranteed.
Perspiration will positively not change the color of this
goods.
LANSBURGH k BRO.,
_spG 420. 422, 424. 426 7th st.
Easilt Accounted For.
We're doing s tremendous business in our tail
oring department Knocks our previous sea
sous "away out of sight." The reason '? plain
blood will tell?in a horse. Fine work, perfect
fitting and elegant fabrica will tail in clothing.
That's the secret.
The clothes we're piled upon our tables this
spring have caught tho eyes of d ssy gen
tlemen. They're precisely the same elegantly
original and novel patterns that have captivated
London and Gotham's fashionable scions.
We place at your disposal one of our txpn-U
meed cutter*, lit takes your measure; catches
the correct drift of any notions of your own,
and goes to work understandingly. The gar
ments are faultlessly made and everything is
in harmony with the work produced by the
noted tailors of the world?except the price?
that's from twentv-flve to fifty per cent lower.
Poole's card isn't on tlie coat?No, air; but
SAKS AND CO.'S IS, AND WE NEVER PUT
IT ON ANYTHING WE ARE ASHAMED OF.
We guarantee you vfrfrct >atty<ictiun.
FOR YOUR SERVANTS.
Send them in to us to be fitted out in their
Spring Liveries. We can do it correctly and
less expensively from out our ready-made
stock. If you prefer it, however, we'll make
'em to order.
We've all the leading shades made up only
after the most fashionable designs. Remember
we have the hats, furnishings and boots for the
outdoor service?and everything, as well, for
indoor attendants.
We're the only house In town?and one of tho
few in the country?who carry these things in
full variety, and who can meet your demands
ou the instant.
SAKS AND COMPANY.
TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS,
SEVENTH STREET AND MARKET SPACE.
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FOR SPRING WE HAVE DOXGOLA
SHOES WITH GOAT VAMPS-EXTRA
WEAR WITHOUT EXTRA WEIGHT?
AND PATENT-LEATHER TIPS. THEY
ARE THE NEATEST AND MOST
DURABLE WE HAVE HAD YET. WE
BUY THEM CLOSE AND SELL THEM
CLOSER?AS YOU SEE.
SIZES 11 TO 2, 92.00
SIZES 8K TO 10H. 91 CO.
ARTHUR BURT & CO.
ape 1911 F STREET X. W
Specialties In Spring Fabrics.
SEATON PERKY
HAS JUST OPENED A LARGE LINE OF NOVEL
TIES IX PLAIN AND FANCY ENGLISH MO
HAIRS AT 50c. 75c. AND 91 A YARD.
novelties IN PARIS COMBINATION SUITS,
RANGING FROM * in TO 928.
NOVELTIES IN FRENCH SIDE BAND SUITINGS,
AT 91 TO 92 A YARD.
NEW 40-INCH ALL-WOOL henriettas, AT 50c.
NEW 40-INCH ALL-WOOL HENRIETTAS, AT 75o.
AXI> 91
NEW 40 INCH SILK WARP henriettas, IN ALL
COLORS. AT *1 AND 91.25.
NEW 60-INCH MELANGE SERGES, AT 91.
NEW 42-INCH P8UNELLE CLOTHS AND ALL
wool CHAI.LIES. AT 75c.
"SPECIAL BAROAIN" IN PRINTED INDIA SILKS,
AT 75c.; FORMER PRICES 91 and 91.25.
100 PIECES "EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS" IN INDIA
SILKS OF MY own importation, AT 91,
91.25, 91 50 and 92.
"EX i RA VALUE" IN WHITE INDIA SILK AT
50c.
"ALL COLORS" IN PLAIN INDIA SILKS AT 75c.,
85c. and 91.
"CONFINED NOVELTIES" IN INDIA SILKS WITH
CORDED STRIPES AT * 1 26.
novelties IN WASH SURAHS and OXFORD
SIl.KS.
new I..V TOSCA, BU8SIAN AND DRAPERY
new"mnch chantilly LACE FLOUNCINGS
AT 91 25 T0 9t!
new flr?IXCH DIRECTOIRE LACE flouncings,
RANGINli FROM 94 TO 98
new MARQUISE LACE FUU NCING9 RANGING
FROM 98 TO 91- A YARD.
NOVELTIES IN BEADED SILK grenadines.
ALL the "LATEST STYLES" IN PARASOLS, UM
BRELLAS and CARRIAGE SHADES.
Jy-CIIOICE GOODS, PLAIN FIGURES and cor
RECT l'BlCES.
BEATON PERRY,
Perry Building, Peinisylvania avenue, corner of
It Ninth street. Establlsn<'d 184U.
F h1ladelphia Store
Will offer a rr*at Bargain in Children's
Full Hegular Made Ribbed Hose (Black),
size* 5 to 9, fully worth 25c. and sold at
that |>ric?. Our price will be 12Hc.
Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Vests, in White and
Kcru, price was 25c. This lot will go at
IJJie. l
A great Drive In Silk Windsor Ties, ex
tra width and length; a large variety of
styles; some among them worth 50c.;
none under 25c. All to go at 12H.
A lot of Sutteen Windsor Tie*, extra
size, worth 10c. Will go at 5c.
Special Bargain* in White Goods, India
Liu on*. Victoria Lawna. Plaid Muslin*.
Linen Lawns, kc., 4c.; Embroideries and
lbcm.
Ladles' Beaded Cape*, 94 to 920.
Special Inducements In Table IJneni,
Napkin* and Towels.
Henrietta*. Cashmere*, and Wool Dress
Fabrics, all the new shades, at low prices.
Black Silks, Black aud Colored Surahs*
Failles, Luxor*. kc. We invite compart
200 Bolls of Matting we will Mil at low
pgioss.
CAKMART k LEIDY.
MS 7tl? and 70tt X at. n.w.
Printed China Silks At 75C
WE HAVE JUST OPENED A LARGE LOT OT
CHINA SILKS IX NEW AND BF.AUTITUL
STYLES AT 7 So. AND $1.00 PER YARD
THESE GOODS ARE CHEAP AND ARE USUALLT
SOLD TOR HIGHER PRICES. WE ARE SHOWING
THEM IN A GREATER VARIETY OF STYLES
THAN EVER, INCLUDING THE LATEST AND
MOST DESIRABLE SHADES.
THIS IS UNDOUBTEDLY THE MOST USEFUL
AND COMFORTABLE WABM WEATHEB DBESS,
AND AT THE PRICES NAMED ARE LOWER THAN
THEY HAVE EVER BEEN OFFERED.
NEW DRESS GOODS, NF.W SILKS, NEW WASH
GOODS AND GINGHAMS.
SPECIAL BARGAIN IN SILK GAUZES AT $I,
WORTH $1.50; LATEST EVENING SHADES.
SPLENDID BLACK SURAH SILK 65c.
NEW OO-INOH LACE FLOUNCING FOR CLOAKS
AND DRESSES.
V. M. SHUSTER A SON*
?p0 810 PENN. AVE. N.W.
W ? B. Moses & Son.
Nos. 620,622,024,528, 628, and 630 11th st. n.w.,
AND
Nos. 1100 and 1102 F st. n.w.,
Washington. D. 0.
Furniture, Carpets, Upholstery Goods, Interior
Decorations, &c? 4c.
MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS
For English Brass Bedstesds and Cribs, Hartford
Woven Wire Mattresses. Parquet Flooring, Mosaic
Wo?xl Flooring, Venetian Blinds, Moorish Fret Work,
Berlin Carjiets, Steel Door Mats, Best Carpet Sweefiers.
Tlie Caturact Washing Machine and Lace Curtain
Stretchers.
REFRIGERATORS.
We show the largest assortment we have ever had.
Pall and see them, or write for catalogue. There are
m-er 100 different styles, varying in price from $2.76
to $60.
BABY CARRIAGES.
We have over 100 different styles of Baby Carriages,
from $5 to ?.10. We sell all the Parts, and can make
I'urriages to order, or repair them, at short notice.
Write for catalogue if you cannot call and inspect
the stock.
BICYCLES. TRICYCLES AND VELOCIPEDES.
of all styles and sizes of best and cheapest makes.
The same bargains advertised last week| in each De
partment will be offered this week. In cases where the
lots have been sold out something of equal value will
be offered.
SLIP OR LOOSE COVERS FOR FURNITURE.
Our assortment of slip cover goods is unsurpassed,
ind includes everything made for this purpose from
'.he commonest to the best materials, and our facilities
:or cutting, fitting and making are the very best, en
abling us to guarantee a perfect fit in every case, and
to cut covers in either an inferior or perfect style as
lesired.
STRAW MATTINGS.
300 rolls White Matting, at $3.00 per roll of 40
rard.
600 rolls Fancy Matting, at $4 per roll of 40 yards.
200 rolls extra heavy Fancy Matting, at IT He. ptr
rard.
260 rolls extra heavy White and Fancy Matting, at
J5e. per yard.
One yard, one and a half and two yards wide Oil
rlotus, at 10c. per square yard.
RUG DEPARTMENT.
$1 Smyrna Mats, 10 in. * 32 in., 60c. each.
$1.60 Smyrna Mots, 18 in. x 36 in., 75c. each.
$'.'.50 Smyrna Bugs, 1 ft 9 in. x 3 ft. 9 in., $1.25
sach.
$?'1.50 Smyrna Bugs, 2 ft. Sin. x 4 ft. Cin? $1.75
>ach.
$4.50 Smyrna Hups. 2 ft. 6 in. x 5 ft., $2.50 each.
$(J..r>0 Smyrna Rugs, 3 ft. x 0 ft., $3.75 each.
$10.25 Smyrna lings, 4 ft. x 7 ft., $0.25 each.
$30 Tapestrjr Carj>et, 10ft. 0 in.x!4 ft. 0 in., $20.
$28 Tapestry Carpet, 10 ft. 6 in.xl.'S ft. 2 in.. $18.
$28 Tapestry Carpet, 10 ft. 6 in.xl2 ft. 9in., $18.
$ 25 Tapcbtry Carpet, 8 ft. 3 in.xl 4ft.. $10.
$28.50Tapestry Carpet, 10ft. 6in.xl2ft. 9in., $15.
$20 Tapestry Carpet, it ft. 0 in.xl2 ft. 0 in., $10.
$25 Velvet Cari?'t, 8 ft. M in.xS ft. 3in., $15.
$27 Velvet Carpet, 8ft 8 in.xit ft. 9 in., $15.
$19.50 Tapestry Carpet, 8ft. 3 tn.xll ft. 3in.. $10.
$35 Velvet Carpet, 10 ft. ?> ln.xl3 ft. fi in.. $22.50.
$26 Tapestry Carpet, 10 ft. 0 in.xl2 ft. 9 in.. $15.
$22.50 Tapestry Carpet, 9 ft. 4 in.xlOft. b in., $12.
WINDOW SHADES.
We carry In stock all colors of the different mate
rials and kinds of fixtures for Window Shades, as well
is a full line of ready-made shades, from 25c. each,
ull size and complete, ready to put up. If you are in
ieed of anything in this line write or call for samples
ind estimates.
WIRE WINDW SCREENS.
We have Wire Window Screens from 35c. tip to fit
Uiy ordinary window.
Also, a lot of Screen Frames, which, when covered
with wire and made to slide up and down on either
he inside or outside of windows, cost about 10c. a
iquare foot.
Then we have the best Screen made for fine houses.
iVe make and fit these to all sizes of Windows and
Doors, and finish to match the woodwork of the room.
Screen Doors of all Bizes, of the best workmanship,
ire a specialty.
W. B. MOSES k SON,
S'oa. 520, 522, 524, 526, 528 and 530 Eleventh
street northwest,
and
No. 1100 and 1102 F street northwest,
Washington, D.O. apC
R. G OLDSCHMID,
1007-1009 F ST. N. W.
INTRODUCTION SALE
CONTINUED.
The introduction of my Jewelry Department to the
public was attended with such success that I feel as
lured everybody in and about Washington knows that
I keep Jewelry.
WHAT DID IT? PRICES OF COURSE.
On Monday I beg to present for your consideration
ny
UMBRELLA AND CARRIAGE DEPARTMENT.
This introduction cost me money. If you don't be
ieve It, note the figures.
REMEMBER, FOR MONDAT ONLY.
The choice of 10 Carriages worth $8,00 at $5.80.
The Choice of 8 Carriages, handsomely upholstered,
irith satin parasol, worth $9.00 at $0.98.
The choice of 12 Cartages, fancy rattan bodies, up
holstered in silk plush, worth $12.00, for $8.98.
The choice of 15 Carriage*,handsomely upholstered,
worth $13.00, for $9.98.
The choice of 20 fine Carriages, patent wheels and
npholstered in the finest silk plush, worth $17.00,
[or $11.98.
The choice of 13 Oarrriages, handsomely uphol
itered, with lace cover and wool mat, worth $20.00,
for $13.08.
Gent's Umbrellas, worth $1.50, at 98o.
Gloria Silk Umbrellas, paragon frames, 28 in., only
08 eta.; 28 in., only $1.38.
26-in. Gloria Silk Umbrella*, paragon frames, with
solid silver hsndles, worth from $3.60 up to $6.00,
only $2.28; 28 In., only $2.48.
26-in. La Toaoa Gloria Silk Umbrellaa, worth $3.50,
at $2.48.
26-in.L* Toeca Twilled Silk Umbrellas,worth $6.00,
at $4.58.
26-in. Twilled Bilk Umbrellas, with long extra fold
plated handles, worth $8.00, only $5.48, at
R. GOLDSCHMID'S,
ap3-3m 1007-1009 F it n.w.
ONLY A FEW DAYS MORE AND THE FIRE BALE
will ena: ail odda and ends of aoilM roods left ?v;
A Clean Sweep.
23 PER CENT DISCOUNT.
For two *?ki commencing Saturday, April S, we
will positively Mil *11 of our Ladiee'. Miw<'. and
Children'*, Men'*, Boy*'. and Youth*' BooU and Sho?e
at 25 per cent below the regular marked price. We
must make room for our spring stock, which ha* com
menced to arrive, and on three new rood* aa wail aa
the other* you prt the 25 per cent off.
Ladies' haod-eewed button boot*, regular price 95.
now Ladiee' hand-eewed button buota, mrular
price #4, now $3. Ladles' hand-turned button boota,
regular price (3.50, now $2.43. Ladiee' Dongolacom
mon eenee or opera, regular price #:t, now $4.25. La
diee' Dongola, common sense, or oper*. regular price
92. now 4150. Ladlee" Dongola. common aenae, or
opera, recular prioe 41.50. now 41.20. Misses' Don
gola spring heel*, regular price 41.50, now 4120.
Mi**ee Dongola spring heel*. revulir price 41 25, now
91.20. Child'* spring heel*. size* 5 ?o 8, regular price
50c? now 40c. Child's spring heel*. sizes 8 to 10*<
regular price 41 25. now 41. Child'* spring heel*,
size* 8 to 10t?, regular price 41. now 80c. Men'* hand
eewed kangaroo, button, laced, or Congress. regular
price $5. now 44. Men's French calf hand-eewed. reg
ular price 5. now 44. Men'* Preuch calf hand-welt,
regular price. 43.50. now 92.43. Men * French calf,
regular pnee 43. now 42.25. Men'* French calf, reg
ular price 42.50, now 91.88. Men'*good solid leather
stylish ?hoe*, regular price 92, now 41.50. Men'a
good solid leather stylish shoe*, regular price $ 1.30,
now 41.20. Infants'ahoe* for 25c.
The above it strictly true lu every particular, and a
call will convince you that we Inteud tom&ke buaine**
and room at the aame time. Our regular pncea are low
aud style* correct at the
AMERICAN SHOE STORE. 920 7tli at n.w,
?p5-3t? J. 8. N ASH.
Another Little Story.
(A TRUE ONE),
ABOUT LITTLE BOYS' SPRING SUITS.
WE SAY, WITHOUT FEAR OF CONTRADICTION,
THAT BOYS' clothing WAS NEVER
80 PRETTY. SO STYLISH. OR
SO CHEAP AS THIS SEASON.
WE ALWAYS CARRY THE NEWEST AND BEST
NEW YORK STYLES AND ALLOW NO
ONE TO UNDERSELL US.
E. B. BAKNUM k C0?
ap5 631 PENNSYLVANIA AVE
ONLY A FEW DAYS MORE. AND THE FIRE
sale will end. All odds and ends of Soiled Good*
left go. An entire new stock next week. DOUBLE
COMBINATION, 11th St. so. ap5-3t
Fast B lack Hose
AT 25c., 35c.f 48c? 75c. UP TO $2.89, FOR LADIES.
AT 25, 29, 38. 42,48 UP TO 75o., FOR children.
We carry aeveral makea of Faat Black Hose, but call
attention more especially to tue ONYX BLACK Stock
Ink's. lu fine Cotton. Ingrain, Lisle Thread and Silk.
Money refunded if they crock the feet, soil the
clothes, or wear in holes.
THE BON MARCHE.
$1.98 Jersey,
WITH SMOCKED SURAH SILK VEST,
Made of Fine Stockinette.
We have thetu in Blacks and Colors. Only $1.98;
worth $2.98.
$1.98 Jersey, of fine Stockinette, trimmed with Silk
Braid, a la Militaire. $1.98; worth $2.48.
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BARGAINS IN GLOVES.
FOR TO-MORROW WE WILL OFFER SOME EXTRA
VALUES, BUTH IN KID, SUEDE,
AND SILK GLOVES.
AT 68c.?Onr leader?full assortment of color* and
sizes, with new narrow stitching, lor to
morrow. The best Glova in the city for
the money.
All of the following tried on and warranted:
AT 89c.?4-Button or Mosquetaire Pig Skin, Tana,
Browns, Black, or Grey.
AT 91.00?4-Button Kid Glovee in Tana, Brown*.
Fawns, Greys and black, narrow stitching.
AT $1.25?4-Button Kid Glove. In Tans, Brown,
Fawns, grey and black, narrow atitcluug.
AT $1.25?4-Button Cndre**ed Kid Glove, in Tana,
Biown*. grey and black, narrow atitching.
AT $1.48? Mosqnetaire Undressed Kid Glove in Tana,
Browns, grey and black, narrow embroidery.
AT $1.50?4-Button Kid Glove, in Tana. Browns, grey
ar.d black. Feather-edge atitching.
AT $1.89?Mosquetaire Undressed Kid Glove, in
Tana, Browns, Grey, Fawms, Slate, Goblin,
and Oxblood.
AT 25c.?Taffeta silk Glovea for Misses, all color*and
Black.
AT 25c.?Taffeta Silk Glovea for Ladle*, all colon and
Black.
AT 49c.?Taffeta Silk Glovea for Ladles, all colors and
Faat Blacks.
AT 75c.?Pure Silk Gloves for Ladies, all colon and
Black.
THE BON MARCHE.
DO NOT MISS IT, THE FINAL SALE OP THE
Fire, at KAUFMAN'S DOUBLE COMBINATION,
11th at. s.e. apo-3t
Noticeable Advantages
or THI
BALDWIN DRY AIR REFRIGERATOR,
Which have placed it at the Head as the Leading Re
frigerator of the Present Day.
Extraordinary and unequaled preserving propertied
The best economy in the use of ice.
Remarkably low and uniform temperature.
The great variety of food that can be kept together,
each retaining only Its own fiavor.
Its wood lining and racks are odorleea and never
spoil by oxidizing or corroding.as is the case with zinc
and galvanized iron, and a coat of ahellac at any time
will make it aa good aa new.
Its perfect circulation of pure, cold, dry air vpxrard
through the provision chamber keepe the provision
chamber perfectly dry.
simplicity and durability of construction.
Excellence of workmanship.
Beauty of architectural design.
Convenience of interior arrangement*.
Its air tight lever wedge door fastener*, the moat
perfect device known for hermetically aeallng dour*.
Its completely insulated walla, containing perfect
dead air (paces, best known non-conductor of heat and
cold.
The very best Befriverstor ever offered to the public,
at as low prices aa any other made.
Having no charcoal or other tilling it* walls never
' become foul by absorption of moisture.
The many fint premium* gained in open competition
at tne most prominent Mechanical and Industrial Ex
hibitions in this country during the peat six yean, at
test the truth of our claim*, ana have proclaimed the
Baldwin Dry Air Refrigerator the leading, the most
Unproved and the scientific Refrigerator of the present
ter
ror Sals by WASH. & WILLIAMS. Sole Agent,
ap2-2w 317 Tth el a. w.
Moth Flies
are now about depositing
ions to look out for their fur*.
We have
storage, insuring
small oost on their value.
This la the bent One to have alteria* and repel
lone. B. H. STINEXXTZ jTSoXa,
1M7 Psnna. are.
To-dats Daily "Sroai N ?*l"
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WOODWARD ft LOTHROP.
Our Formal "lastsr Opening" wtll oc
tmt Monday, Tuialtf and Wsdnsertsy,
April 8, 0 tad 10. to which you and your
frifnli are cordially invited. Tha store
will ba Id sprlug atttra. The stork ia tha
largest aaJ moat mamiiflcent w* hare j-*t
asked you to inspect.
CIEAN1VO Hiving secured tha sgency of
oua of the largest cleaning establishments iu
the oountry wa ara prepared to Uka ordara for
cleaning Bed Blankets end Laca Curtains by a
uaw proceae. Wa ninety to latum them
looking equal to n^w. Trices dapaml upon tha
quality of tha goods and thair state For fnr
ther information wa refer you to tha blanket
and Curtain department*. fourth floor.
SPRING CARRIAGE ROBES Particularly
handsome lute now ready. Here arc two tpaoial
lota:
Csrriage Robe* of fine flannal in a plain Fawu
?hade, with one inch dark brown check*. and a
dark (Teen (round with red etripe border Vary
effective end cheep. Ouly $2. To.
Si leudid Use of dark green cloth Carriaire
Robes Plain. (2.50. Embroidered. $2.7."*, (%
?385, (3.50, |3 75 and $4. according to tha
?laborateneea of the embroidery.
(Fourth floor.)
MUX'S SCARFS. We hire received the new
eat eprinir effects In Men'* Fifty-Cent Scarfs
The ehapee are Knots and Four-in-Handa. and
the colorings *re beautiful. 50c.
LADIES' VESTS. 100 dozen Ladies' Fine
Gauze Vesta, in high neck with Ion* and short
sleeves. and low neck with do sleeves. Only
2.V each.
Finest Grade G? .ze Veeta, 35c. and 50c. each.
50 dozen Ladiea' Fine Gauze Pacta. 50c.
60 dozen Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Vesta,with "V*
ahaped neck, in white, pink, and light blue.
Only 50c. each.
60 dozen Ladiea' Fine French Balbriggan
Vest* at the low price of 50c.
Full Line of Children's Gauze and Ralbrifgan
Vesta, in high neck with long or short aloeves.
25c. and 35c,
(First floor.)
PRIESTLEY'S BLACK GOODS. This cele
brated maker of Black Wool and Silk and Wool
Fabrics stands at the head of the class. His
fabrics are well ktioan to every lady of taste
and good J udgment
As specials we quote:
Priestley'* Black All-wool Clialli*, 40-inch,
62*, 75c. and $1.
Priestley'* Black All-Wool Tamise Suiting.
40-inch, 62X, 75c. and $1 per yard.
Priestley'* Black All-Wool KUB's Veiling,
38-inch, 50c.; 40 and 42-inch, 75c., (1 and
$1.25 per yard.
Prieatley's Black Silk-Warp Tamise, 40 inch.
$1. $1.25, (1.50 *nd (175 per yard.
Priestley's Black Silk-Warp Clairette, 42 and
44-inch, 41, $ 1.25. (1.50 and (1.75 per yard.
Also, Priestley's Black Silk-Warp Feather
Cioth, Convent Cloth, Gypsy Cloth, and all
their other Black Silk-Warp t abric* for spring
and summer wear.
Priestley's Black Novelty Cloths, *uch as In
dia Stripes, in wide and narrow stripes and
mixed effects. 42-inch, (1 per yard.
For thj Black "Empire" Suits we offer all
wool Carmelite, a new and very elegant weave,
having a hemstitched border from 2 to 4
inches wide. Very light in weight, especially
for summer dresses. 47 inches wide. CI and
81.25 per yard.
All qualities in Lupin's Black Cashmere*.
MORE MADRAS LACES. We guarantee
Madras to wash and afterward look as good as
new. It is undoubtedly the choicest of all
summer draperies. Prices 25, 35, 40, 45 and
60c. per yard.
MADRAS CURTAINS. Many prefer the
ready-made Madras Curtains for tha reason
that they secure the pattern woven in a mors
pleasing and effective style. We have both, and
are showing a very attractive Mne of Madras
Curtain* in White, Cream, Ecru, Sandal Wood.
Brown, fcc. $1.50. $1.75, $2.50, $3 and $3.50.
For those Ladles who wish a light-weight
Portier to replace the heavy onea that have
been hanging all winter, we can show them
Just the thing in a Light-Weight Cross-Stripe
Curtain Material, 50 inches wide, in rich com
binations of Olive, Garnet and Blue, with light
colorings, producing a very handsome Portier.
65c. per yard.
FURNIT I'RE COVERS. All-Linen for loose,
covers. Remember ours have no wrong aide,
eo cut to best advantage. Very attractive line of
Stripes, also Plain Buff.
33 inch, only 25c. per yard.
66 inch, only 50c. per yard.
Loose covers made to order by skilled talent
We also cut the oovers to order, end allow you
to do the sewing. It is the cheaper way.
(Fou rth floor)
TOURIST SHAWLS. The shawls are indls
penssble to travelers by water. We show theia
in the plain shades. Plaids and Checks?thor
oughly English and offered at London pi ices.
$5, $5.50, (6 50, (7.60, (S, (8.75, (9 snd (13
each.
Elegant line of Fancy Blankets, for Steatner
Gown*, Wrappers and Opera Cloak*. (2 to $12.
(Fourth floor.)
BIG BARGAIN IN SPRE ADS. WhlteCrochet
Spreads, for three-quarter beds, only 85c. each.
ICE BLANKETS. The summer stock is
ready. Price per pair (1.26, (1.50. (1.75 and
$2.50. Half pairs for half these prices.
(Fourth floor.)
RIBBONS. Sash Ribbons are very popular.
We call especial attention to a line of 12-inch
Sash Ribbons; haa a Brocaded Satin center.with
a Moire and a Satin-str ped edge ou each side.
Beautiful colorings and decidedly the richest
Sash Ribbon we have yet shown. (3 per yard.
BOXED RUFFLING. We offer 500 boxes of
Fine Soft Mull Ruffling, out up in tourist shape,
6 yards to the box. only 25c. per box.
(First floor.)
BATISTE. 100 pieces 36-lnch Fine Ecru
Batistes, in a very attractive variety of small
figures and designs. Colors fast Only 12fec.
per yard.
FRENCH SATEENS. Another hundred
pieces of elegant French Sateens, in beautiful
new spring ground shadea, with figures and de
signs of harmonizing colorings, combinations of
Striped and Figured Sateens, with plain shades
to match. Exclusive pattern a. Sateens, with
black grounds and white figured effect*, that
wash perfectly. We were never better off in
French Sateen*.
(Second floor.)
MISSES' NEWMARKETS. A specially good
value in Missea' Spring Newmarkets is shown
in fancy stripes and plaids, cut In the latest
style, has bell-sleeves, and is severely plain, or
trimmed with Velvet reduced to (8. The sizes
are 12,14 and 16 years, and at this price they
are almost half.
(Third floor.)
A Chance for the Children. 1 Lot of Chil
dren's Cloaks, in fancy Plaids and Stripes?
among the finest Cloaks imported; perfect-fit
ting and stylish shapes; sizes 4 to 12 years.
Reduced to (8.
(Third floor.)
ART DEPARTMENT. For the lovers of the
beautiful in Imported Embroidered Linen
Goods. We have just received a line of exqui
sitely Embroidered Pure German Linen Tiche
lauffers, Boufet Coven, Bureau Scarfs, Tea
Cloths, Tray Covers, *c. The designs are orig
inal and exceedingly beautiful. Prices run this
way: Tray Covers. (3.50. (3 75.(4. (4.75 to
(7.25. Tea Clotha, (4, (4.25, (4.30, (5, and
(5.50. Bureau Scarfs and Boufet Covera,
(3.26, (3.50. (4, (4.25, (4.50. (5. and (3.50.
We also have these elegant Linens Stamped
and not embroidered for Ladies who prefer to
do the embroidering themaelvss.
(Second floor; front parlors.)
LININGS. This department continues to la
crease in importance. Suitable linings era
necessary to the finish of every costume, and
we aim to place before you everything that ia
the leastwise desirable in this line.
Notwithstanding th. diversity of shades In
Dress Goods we have a suitable lining to match.
All the new shades In Dressmakers' Cambric,
Blleria. fce.
Fast Black Lining* a specialty.
Beautiful line of Fancy Uilaaiss in (tripes.
Checks, Figures, *c.
(urmh Bergs In new shades for lining I
(First floor.)
WOODWARD * LOTHROP,
Csr. nth and W sta. a.
Battts Poptlab ^Hopnxa Pua
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Ton will perhaps *ay that ? ar.al.tu* peevlou*
Mtyb* to, but w? wool* ftdnM ywi to oubm 1r %rri
look M our -allowing" of th*aa 9rn tf m ^
not tint to pun-tiaac now. Never bar. Flantie. Shirts
t?eo worn so e?ten*lvely a* indications point that
Uiey will be tht? eeaaoti. We hav? laid la a Mork ss
ftwlmtlj, and we think that we cu ittiljr My that
you will not Aim! such another assortment ** ?itcntitt
*? our* In lb* city. AND WHICH WILL BE BOLD
AT PRICES ONE-QUABTF.B LESS THAN ToC
WILL HAVE TO PAY IS EXCLUSIVE H KN1>H
INo STUKKS
I' J"00 *'?*> to pt^-haae now we hire made apectal
IndueHii?tu tn prioea, which you ar-r not likely to ret
Ut*r ?? the MMvn wh -n the goods ret mm u they
WWlMlMMom. Also, yon now bar* your iwk of
Pattern*, all fresh g*da, and not handled. a* they an
?pt to bm Ut*r on.
Our Un* of pattrrua +ru\mw ^verytl.n* in Flslds.
Stnpea. Checke and Plains in all new .hade* aud
?tjliah oomlitnatlotia. all Matenala. Flannel. Milk
8trlped. all 8llk Chariot, Ac.
All of our Shlrta are
GlARANTELD TO FIT PERFECTLY OK YOUR
MONET REFUNDED.
WE CARRY ALL EXTRA SIZES IX STOCK.
SPECIAL PRICE LIST.
65c Outing Flannel Shlrta. epecial nice ?7c
? 1 Cheviot Shirta, epecial pnoe MV
? 1.50 Blirlteh Flannel Sbirta. *p*ct*l price ft.
? ? English Flannel shlrta. apecial price ?1.50.
?2.50 plain color*. handsome shades, epecial price
?3.50 Ewrliah Flannel, aatiu a tripe* and .beck*.
?2,?8.
And many other price* and qnalitW.
BOYS' FLAK.NLL SHlkTM.
50e. Otitltur Flannel Shlrta. special prl<a. 3ftr
75c Outing Flannel Shirta. special price, ;,o,
? 1.25 r.iurliab Flannel, atriped plaited bueoui. apecial
price, S5c.
^ *1 u0 English Flannel, plain Color*, apecial price,
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We are not minroTer detail* araln and tell you of
our "Fauiont" Drew Sblr;*; It would be entirely uu
nece***ry. Every man in Waabinrton who lie* worn
one of our Shirt* 1* our reference. What we DO want
to **> i* that our SM.INO MDP1U.XT IS IX and
h*? been placed on aale at the lollowin* ape. :al prii-ea.
which will bold rood for a few daji only. Sow la the
best time to buy your Shirt*, ao a* to have them
"broken in" by auminer.
V'XLAUXDERF.D SHIRTS.
Our 50c. Dwlfht "Anchor Shlrta." linen boaum,
band* and walatband*. apecial price 4.V.
our "Fwou*" *1 New York mill* mualin, plain or
plaited boaom, shirt (boaum band* and wriatband*
linen), apecial price 63c.
Our "Famoua" ?1.25 plain Wu dree* .hlrta, can't
wear them out, aperlal price THc.
Our "Famou." ?1.50 plain boaom. ru.'om-made
?hirt, linen boaom, band* and wriathanda. hand made
button-holea, patent aUya. kc , SPECIAL PRICE $1.
Our ? 1 open front ahirta, plain or plaited boaoma,
have no agual.
LACXDERED DRESS SHIRTS.
Our S9c. laundered dree* ahlrt, ape-ial price C Jr.
Our ?! plain boaom dree* ahlrt. apei-lal prloe 8.V.
Our *1 plaited boaom area* ahlrt. apecial price 8He.
?ur ?l-25 plain boaom d Maa *hlrt, apecial price
?1 10.
IX theae thirt* don't fit perfectly, we refund the
money.
KHIKT8 TO ORDER at the rery lowe?t price* that
food work can be had for X1GHT SHIRTS.
Our 50c. plain "Dwi*ht Anchor" ahlrt, special 45a.
Our 65c. fancy nl*rht ahirt, *peclal 50c.
Our 85c. plain niffht ahirt, *(>ei ial 6?c.
Our 85c fancy nirht ahlrt, apedal OMc.
Our ?1.50embr'dDMrht*birt. special ?1.00.
WEDIC* AND LIGHT WEIGHT UNDERWEAR.
We are ahowitur a very lai*e *tock at extremely low
Prices, all well selected food* of atandard make*. We
would like you to five us a call before you f.?*t pur
chase* elsewhere, you will not retfTet It
-LION BRAND" COLLARS, 10c.ee<h.
A GOOD 5-I'LV CUFF AT 2 PAIR FOR 25c.
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7TH, 8TH AND D STREETS.
We Have Jcst Opened
Some excellent value* in deeirable Dreaa Fabric*,
which we would be pleaaed to have you call and see;
they are the very neweat tbiiif* in aeeve, deeim and
colorimr.
IN BUYING DRESS GOODS WF WOULD HAVE
YOU KNOW THAT WE DO NOT CHARGE REGU
LAR DRY-GOODS-HOUSE PRICES ON ANY OF OUR
DRESS GOODS. WHETHER FANCY OR STAPLES.
SILK OR WOOL. AND GUARANTEE YOC A SAVING
OF NEARLY l'.'H PER CENT ON at t. PURCHASES
MADE IN THIS DEPARTMENT.
SEE THE CUT PRICES ON THESE GOODS
12 pieces of 36-Inch All-Wool FRENCH SERGES
Just opened. In all the recent ?hates, others aak 50o.
WE ASK 45c.
10 exquisite Dres* Hobee of the latest Pans deahrna.
Hsudnomest Ifooda shown In this city. These roods
cannot be had anywhere for leee than *13.60 to #15.
WE ASK <12.50 A ROBE.
8 piece* of 40-liicb All-Wool Cable Cord*. In the new
shade*, Ju*t opened. You will find tlieae rooda else
where at 31 a yard.
WE ASK 80a A YARD.
A few piece* left of thoee 3V-lnch Wool Plaid* in the
latest combination*.
USUAL PRICE, 75c. A YARD.
WE ASK 60c. A YARD.
At other Invoice of 26-Inch genuine Lyon* Satin
Surah at the unprecedented low price of 76c. a yard;
cannot be pun-baaed anywhere tor lee* than ?! a
y*fd" NEW SPRING WRAP*.
Every express bring* an addition of aometbinr new
for this deoartment. The eeaaon ha* o|>*ned with a*
a* It never did before. Never have oar good* takes ao
well, aud no wonder. Never have they been so wall
selected. Never have we shown such a variety of
style*, and never before have we marked our good* at
such a small margin of profit. Thaas we know are the
principal reasons, and we would have you be ooe of the
many whom we yearly At out in garment*, ws aak a
first trial only.
Our vsriety of LADIES' LONG WRAPS, la light
weight cloths (we have been told by ladies who have
beeu around) is the most complete stock of that kind
in the city. We <-arry all ehape*. cloth* and colon,
rati King In price from a Striped Cloth "Conmaira" at
?7.50 to an Elegaut Imported Garment of Taa ?road
cloth, baudaoutaly biaidsd at ?'*???BOTH tylAi,
BARGAINS.
We are alao (bowing a complete line of LADIES'
JACKETS, raugiug from |2 60 for a nice Striped
doth, and every intermediate price up to a vary h*ad
aome Corkscrew. Vest Froat Jacket, in Tea or Black,
at #10 00 and ?10.76,
In MISSES' LONG WRAPS w* show an elegant line
of Imported and Domestic Goods, all ahapee and
colors, prices
FROM ti 50 TO ? 18.00
In Suits we have never shown such a pretty liaa. tor
both Ladies aad Miaeee. la Cloth. Cashmere, fee.
For LadiM we have a Checked Suit, light weight
material, made In the vary lataet style, at ?12.76, abd
from that price up to ??26. Perfect-fitting ail of them.
Children's and Miss**' Suit* from ?R.60 to 916.6a
Ws have juat opened aa elegant lis* of Tea Gowaa
and Light Wrappers, prettily made and vary cfaaap
COMPARE THE PRICES, STYLE AMD QUALITY
or OUB WRAPS. SCITS. Be.. WITH OTBSBS. ABD
YOC WILL HBD THAT TBI BKPUTATIOK
WHICH WK HAVK UPHELD FOB TWENTY-FITB
YEARS IX THIS LINE BAB HOT FLED FROM
Wlh'TEB TO SPRING.
BAU"S?I;S
POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE.
7TB. STB AMD D T1WH

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