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THE EVENING STAR.
"WASHINGTON: WEMBSD.tT April 17. 1?W?. m *OTE* Editor. 1MK ETEMMO STAR has me fullest I-?cal < Irralatloa of stir ?w?i?ni?er in Ihf World, a Ml |i an Advert Uinc Jlfdlnm 1? worth morf than all the other p?ff" published I* H iukln|toR. Frederick Douglas* in his speech last ni?ht distributed great chunks of sensible advice to hia colored hearers, and through them to the people of his race in this country. His power aa an orator to thrill an audience was not per mitted in thia speech to take full control un checked by the dictates of sober thouglitful nesa. but his eloquence subordinated to practical wisdom, whose suggestions it admir ably supported and emphasized. His warning against the drawing of the color line in politics by the colored people them selres is not the least notable feature of his remarks. 'Tt is contended," he says, ''that we are now eight millions; that we bold the balance of power between the two great political parties of the country, and that if we were only united in one body under wise and powerful leaders, we could shape the policy of both political parties, make and unmake par ties. control the destiny of the republic, and secure for ourselves a desirable and happy fu ture." Against this view Mr. Douglass argues as * mistake pregnant with evil. ''The founda tion," he says, 4,npon which we stand in this country is not strong enough to make it safe to stand together. A nation within a nation is an anomaly. There can be but one American nation under the American government and we axe Americans. The Constitution of the country makes us such, and oar lines of activity should accord with our citizenship, * * ? Espe cially we cannot afford to draw the color line in politics. A party acting upon that basis would be not merely a misfortune but a dire calamity to the American people. * * * It is also fair to state that no part of the Ameri can people?Irish, Scotch. Italian or German? conld attempt any such political jugglery with less success than ourselves." Undoubtedly these views are sound. The negro complains justly that the color line in politics is drawn to his disadvantage in the south, and he demands that this discrimination separating him from other American citizeua shall cease. He will stultify himself todraw the color line of his own accord, to voluntarily separate his race from other citizens of the republic. at>d to bargain for the votes of the race in a body with contending political par ties. The Indianapolis conference preceding the last presidt ntial election indicated the acquiescence of a small part of the colored people in the idea, previously denounced with indignation by the race, that colored voters are essentially different from other voters and must hold convi minus and do their voting as a distinct and separate people. The colored race will not act wisely to justify race discrimina tion in politics by making such discrimination itself. Attorney-General Tabor, of New York state, has enunciated a very interesting principle of law iu the case of the Atlantic avenue railroad, in Brooklyn, which failed to run its cars during h recent strike, and thereby caused great in convenience t> the public. The strike was over a question of wa-jes. the company proposing to pay one rate and it- servants demanding an other. Hence, argues Mr. Tabor, the annoy- j ance suffered by the public was due to no fault j ot its own. but merely to a business disagree- j nil-lit between employers and employed in a toucern which was under obligations to provide for the public's comfort. This looks like sound law. Nobody would ! question it for an instant if only private parties , were concerned. A baker who contracts with one of his customers to supply him with so luauy pounds of bread daily at so many cents a pound, cannot break his contract with impunity ; l>ecause the price of Hour or yeast or labor or rent goes up to a point where his business be comes unprofitable. That was his proper look- j out before he entered into the arrangement. So J iu the case of persons or corporations dealing | with the public and receiving valuable fran- ? rbises on oertain specified conditions. The only excuse they can offir for non-compliance is] what the lawyers callisn "act of God." or an in- J terruption by a reign of lawlessness which it I w.u? the duty of the police authorities to sup- i press. ^ | ^ In the hands of men like Mayor Grant, of New York, the axe is mightier than the threat. 1 The way to get rid of the electric poles in a city's streets, in his judgment, is to get rid of tliein. not to w iste years in talking about it. There will be no aftermath of vengeance for him to face. The companies know that they have been defying the law. and that, if they make too much of a fuss, their managers are liable to be locked tip. Mr. Grant's conduct is undoubtedly a surprise to his best friends. He was regarded, before election, as a rather mild mannered. inoffensive young man, without any discomfiting blotches on hi.s public record, and with a campaign fund of neat proportions with which to take care of his own interests at the polls. He gave them no special promise of falling into the line of mayors who have become can didates for the governorship: but. if lie keeps on as he has begun, he may tin 1 the honor seeking him without any effort of his own. There are said to be ten claimants on hand for every Oklahoma homestead. The problem , to be solved is similar to the old one. recently revived and going the rounds of the press, which puts ten travelers in nine rooms and gives each a separate room. Iu the Oklahoma puzzle there is. however, only one room with j which to furnish separate provision for ten j travelers, aud it is consequently more difficult i of solution. | The fashion papers now have a department j devoted to ladies' pet dogs, which, we are in formed. will be worn larger ne\t season than last, including setters, greyhounds, and collies. Nobody has yet thought of a husband depart ment for these journals. That is not, probably, because the styles change less, but because i men. as a rule, take so long to wear out that | few women have a chance to try auy cousider i. hie variety. One of the attractions at a dime museum in a New England city is "the bl-Tgest footed girl liv ing," and the manager offers five thousand dollars and a well stocked farm in Ohio to any ! man who will marry her. There are spiteful HI Louis people who hint that the farm is donated by a Chicago syndicate in order to in sure the bride's staying a good way from home. ? ??? The gift of a silver inkstand to the new British minister is doubtless to be supplemented by a presentation of the pen with which the Murchison letter was written by his predeces sor. This deadly epistolary outfit, a standing temptation to letter-writing, might wisely be dropped by the donee in the deepest part of the Atlantic as he journeys toward Washington. No sooner have the English conservatives quieted a little in their exultation at escaping a beating at Birmingham, than they find them selves undergoing a disagreeable and unex pected poundiug at Rochester. The liberal electors of Birmingham find it bard just now to look on the Bright side of politics. Every New Yorker who lives on the route of the centennial procession is preparing for the mvasion of his home by all his country cousins about the end of this mouth. He will have all nammer. though, to avenge himself in. Spkino Styus Ix Hats. PCKim FIFTH AVKXUX STYLE SILK AND DEKHY HATS NOW HEADY. Just m-eivsd su luiiortaUoa of FRENCH SOFT BATS, lurht in weight. LA TUtfCA UMBRELLAS su l CANES for Ladles. W1LLLTT A RCOFF. ? h"-.-' Mo iVuus) 1 vims irs. Have 1 oc A Child* THE PALAIS ROYAL offers to-morrow seventy eiirht Costa and ('liter* at exactly half price. Why? Partly because the warm weather will aoon be here and partly because we deem it aa rood an advertise ment aa a newspaper notice. To-day? price-marka remain on the (rood*. To-morrow yon are offered choice at just HALF BUCK RRR OO V Y A I> R R O O Y Y AA I. KRR O O YY A A 1, K R ?> O Y AAA L K K OO Y A A U.LL _. SIZES?from 4 to 12 years, inclusive. MATERIALS?Warranted all-wool. Stripes, checks, plaids, in blues, tan*, browna, (rray*. STYLES?"Gretchen" and "Greenaway," and. for the bbrger (rirl*. mo<li&cationa of ladies' coats and ulsters. HINTS AND RULES OF THE SALE. No garment went on approbation. None laid aside. Alterations free of charge. The garments will be found on special counter near elevator. The ?lze and price-mark?divide the price by half?will be found on each (raruieut. If the clerks are busy help yourself; or visit THE CAP DEPARTMENT. where equally as preat surprise price* await yon. Fine mull, three-piece Cap*, corded, embroidered aud shirred, with full bow* and ral lace-trimmed rushing, are offered at 10c., 1 '-He.. 25c. and 39c. each. rmvhen you've glanced down this column notice the column to the right. Lkdif.s' $.) Jackets For $4.50 Sprimr-Weiirht Bloadcloth, Emrlish Style Walking Jacket*; coat back, bell sleeve*, pearl button*. Colors* Brown. Green, Terra Cotta, Navy, Red and Tan. PPP AT. A II P P aa l AA II o PPP A A L A A 11 ?S8 P AAA L AAA II P A A LI.1.1. A A II S RRR OO Y Y A T. K K O O Y Y AA 1. RRR O O YY A A L R It ?> O Y AAA L R R OO Y A A LLLL .. j ? Do you appreciate To-morrow's re 1 action of fifty ! cent** To beinn with you can't match these $'t Jacket* elsewhere uuder 40. Many have tried to. Have you? If not, try! We know what the endinx will be. I tiC More surprises iu thin column, and many more in column to the riKtit. IIevl French Kid Gloves. 9(5c The price makes you suspicious. It should do. WV pre-mme yon know the Real French Kid Gloves from the imitation. THE REAL have an agreeable odor, are elastic but sprintry. stretch and retrain their shape, THE IMITATION have a disasrreaabln odor, are elastic bnt 9pomry, stretch and lose th<'ir shajw. Real French Kid Glove* at '.Mm', are an accident that occurs rarely. Never mind how we ?rot these Gloves. WE HAVE THEM, and like all Gloves named PPP A L A II KS P P A A 1. A A II s PPP A A L A A II "I P AAA I. AAA II s P A A LLIX A A 11 '?> RRR OO Y Y A I, K R O O Y Y AA I. RRR O O YY A A L R R O O V AAA 1. R R OO Y A A LI.LI. F.VEKT PAIR WARRANTED. j THE COLORS-New Tint* of Tans, Browns, Grays, Fawn and a Fast Blac k. THE STYLE?4-Buttons: the fashionable very narrow Embroidered Back*. THE FIT?Could wewurrsnt every pair if the fit wfL? not of the best. The Palais Royal's guarantee em braces the tit and the wear. t i" (,n more mrprUe in tlm column and then for thr ro'umn to the riyht. Dovt Know How To Tell \ou. j Havs you become doubtful of shoe advts? If*o,when you read 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT ON MIOF.S I you'll look at the announcement as the girl looked at the candy offered her the tirst of April; or it may affect you like the nervous individual who smells smoke, and who will have it. ICVre ther*'t ttwtke thm'tjirc, and who la greatly afraid of beintr burned. We trust there is no danger at the PPP AT, A II KSSa P P AA I, AA II C s PPP A A I. A A II V AAA L AAa II K J P A A LIXL A A II BS?SS RRR OO Y Y A L R R O O Y Y AA I. KRR O O YY A A L R R O O Y AAA L K R OO Y A i THE PALAIS ROYAL offers to-morrow Curti* k Wheeler's hand-sewed iprlmr style Novelties at 20 l*r cent off the marked price*. They are marked #5. Yon get them for #4 a pair. CFRTIS & WHEELER are manufacturers of na tional reputation. Iau't 4 ~> the standard price for their haud-made Boots* CROXTON k WOOD. For lit, comfort, durability, and price-worthiness, are not the t:i.50 hand-turn Boots of these manufacturers known throughout the I'nited States* ?'. fc W.'s new spring style* at <2.80 a pair at the Palais Royal to-morrow. iwr~?.\err article iu the Mho* department at 20 per cent off the marked price*. Every Boot, Shoe, aud Slipper has the price marked plainly on th- sole. tir~Ea*ler Novelties for Men's. Women's and Chil dren's wear quoted in column to the right. aplT THE PALAIS ROTAL. Cor. 12th and Pa. ar? , A. LIbNER, Proprietor. Palais Royal Easter Novelties. MEN'S EASTER NOVELTIES. NECK WE Aft.?Fink, Clark ft Flaw's New Automatic Bow. The latest Imported novelties in Crepe de Chine Four-iu-Hand Scarf*. A matchless variety of Puff, Knot, and Four-ln-Hand Scarfs, which will be offered during this sale at 47c. each. OLOVES. English Goatskin Glove*, In shades to match your Easter overcoat or trousers, reduced from $1.50 to 91.35. Tried on at our risk. MISCELLANEOUS. Black Jap Silk Handkerchiefs, the new silk-striped Tennis Shirts and the Silk Waist Scarfs and Belts to match. Silk-striped Lisle Socks. The correct London style Umbrellas. All the latest novelties at special prices. LADIES' EASTER NOVELTIES. GLOVES. Don't wear inferior gloves; thejr are dear at any price. The "Pulai* Rvynt" O'ovet art tried on at our rink. Svery pair warrantnt And yet prices con siderably lower than usually charged for the best. The <1.85 1'udressed Kid Mousqaetaires, in Dress Goods shades, are retailed elsewhere at $2. Pigskin Mousquetaires at Site. that usually retail at 98c. Extra Quality Undressed Kiit Mousqnetaires at 98c. that would be cheap at $1.50. The "Palais Royal" 4-button Dressed and Undressed Kid Gloves, in the new Greens. Blues, Reds, Tans, Fawn, &c., at $1.50 a pair, are worth at the credit stores #2 a pair. Silk Gloves?This Is a separate department and Utilizes 50 feet of counter. Price surprints at 25, 39, 50, and 75c. a pair. EASTER PARASOL NOVELTIES. The Canopy Parasols for carriage use, the Detachable Handle Tosca Parasols, and many Exclusive Paris Novelty I'srasols at special prices. At $1.75 the new mosque-top Satinotte rarasola In Challie and French Sateen coloring and figures. At $2.08 the uew effects in checks and striped silk Parasols. At $.">.08, plaids, stripes, band borders, and lacquard effects in moire, surah and G. U. silks, and satins. EASTER UMBRELLAS, NOVELTIES. It requires a half column to sound the praises of a doubtful article, only three words to tell of the gen uine. WARRANTED ONE YEAR. Warranted one year?That is, if the material splits withinoneyearofpurcha.se, re-eorertd free of chart/e. This guarantee holds (food with our "Gloria" umbrel las at $1.35, as well as the expensive imported uovel ties. $ I .20 for onr $1.35 "Gloria" umbrellas. $1.50 for our $1.00 28-inch "Gl"ria." $1.50 for our $1.98 silver haudle "Gloria." $1.98 for our $'*.48 "door knocker" handle "Gloria." $2.48 for our $2.98 15-iuch silver "Tosca" handle "Gloria." Sec window display for more expensive novelty j handles. Profit by the special prices. EASTER WRAP NOVELTIES. Tlie latest London and Paris styles of "Marie Stuart," Directoire, and English walking Jackets. The largest variety of beaded pelerines and visites iu tiiis city. Jerseys, Ulsters, Wrappers, Tea Gowns iu variety to p'ease all tastes and pocketbooks. $12 for the new $15 ulsters. S<7 for pelerines valued at $10. $ 1 50 for broadcloth Jackws worth $0. $ : 98 for pleated Jerseys usually $3.50. Mines' and Children's suits and ulsters, also at special prices for this sale. EASTER HANDKERCHIEF NOVELTIES. It has been said: "The Jut'lii Roy*xP* window tiisptny of Eaiter Jimulkerchieji u Ute fbtcttever ?? n in lluWi intr/on." For the Easter sale several lots of 12^c. pure linen Handkerchiefs will Is* offered at 10c. each. Beautiful and novel designs in 25c. Handkerchiefs offered at 20c. each. ? EASTER NECKWEAR NOVELTIES. "5c. quality Neck Rnchings of bolting cloth, lisse and colored silk Cord, will be sold at 12J^*. a yurd. 25c. Windsor Scarfs of washing silk at 20c. The "Elsmere," the collar worn by Catherine at the National Theater lsst week. A?k to see them. "Lord Fsuntleroy" collars at special prices. A price list, but does it tell you of the variety and beauty of our new stock* 1*.sited Mull "F" Collar^ 2 for 25c. Embroidered "F" Collars, with Mull Tie, 3itc. Embroidered and Lace 'F" Sets?Collar with Tie and Cuffs?75c., $J, $1.35. $1.08, $2. Lace "F" Sets. 50c.. 75c.. R8c. Surah Silk "F" Collars, with Tie; White, Cream, Light Blue, l ink. Cardinal. 5(>c. Hemstitched "F" Collars, ?nh Bow, 50c. Hemstitched "F" Sets $1.05. Lincu "F" Sets, with Ruffles, ."ilk-. Embroidered Mull i i?? at IStfr., 19c? 25c? 35c., 50c.. 05., 75c . $1. *1.50 (fuality Black Silk Lace Scarfs, 7V< feet lon?,", 1 fi??t wide, for $1.25. $1 7.50 Hand-run Lace Scarfs for $10 each. EASTER SHOE NOVELTIES. Curtis ft Wheeler's and Croxton & Wood's Spring Novelties in Footwear. For tins sale 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT?20 per rent oft the marked prices of every article iu the Palais Royal's well-stocked shoe isirlor. EASTER HOSE NOVELTIES. We think we can match any shade of dre?s material. We show all the uew greens, blues, reds, browns, tans; also leather shades; color* to match the new colore,1 leather shoes. F'or the Easter sale is offered - ,W. "C. ft G." Lisle llose for 45c. 50c Boot-pattern Hose for 4 4c. 75c. 111a* k Silk llose for 59c. 85c. for boot pattern Silk Hose. 35c. for Sohopper's new shad s in Hooe. 25c. for all sizes children's lllack Lisle Hose. 25c. for all sizes bo>s" Double Knee llose. EASTER UNDERWEAR NOVELTIES. 25c. for lace-trimmed Jersey Hal Vests. 31c. for ribbon-trimmed Colored Ribbed Vests. 7.to. Silk Vests, in Black and thirteen shades. 2.V. for six styles Gauze Vests. $1 35 for Silk Vests Willi silk lace trimming. EASTER DRESS GOODS NOVELTIES. We ask comparison of qualities and prices. Samples from here aud elsewhere will determine where you should buy l.i styles 50c. Dress Goods, which include Priest lei 's Black Cashmere. Novelties in sideband Suitings, Directoire Press j Patterns. At 85c. a yard a superb quality of Ilenri j i-tta (silk finished) in Old Rose, TerraCotta. Boreal, | l'.esada Green. Gobelin Blue, Electric, Grays. Drab, I Slate, and Red*. Browus, Tans,Cream, Back,and W hite. EASTER DRESS TRIMMING NOVELTIES. Persian Hand Trimmings. The 3-lneb wide, $'.'.98 quality, for $2.35. The 5-iin li, $4.08 quality, lor $3.35 a yard. 1 he 5-inch wide Mohair Braids, in all colors, reduced 1 from 50c. to 39c? and the 2-inch Silk and Tinsel Trimmings, in Persian and other colorings for 39c. I instead of 50c. Only sufficient quantity tor one dress i to each customer. EASTER RIBBON NOVELTIES. 3-inch G. Q. Riblions, with Satin Edge, In sll the Spring Shades, tor 1 iK-- These are for list trimmings, and well worth 35c. a yard. thirty shades in 3 inch Armure Riblions, for only 29c. a yard. Job lot Fancy Ribbons for hat trimming*, Inclnltng Plain Armure, Armureand Faille, in combination stri]*>s: Armure with fancy brocade. Plain Br.s-ad. s with Faille F life. Lot I at 37c. Lot 2 for 48c. Lot 3 for 55c. 1st 4 for 08c. Ix>t 5 for 75c. ? Many of these ribbons an- at half price. EASTER JEWELRY NOVELTIES. A jewelry Store?a most complete Jewelry Store. The latest imported novelty. Frosted and Polished Silver Jewelry. Ileal Gold. Amber, Tortoise Shell, French Kuamel, English Uarnet, Rolled Gold Jewelry. "Palais Royal prices" are nearly hall Jewelers' prices. 98c. for Rings of Enamel Forget-Me-X'ots and real Gold. 50c. for Children's Rings with Pearls and Turquoise Settings. 25c. for Silver Filagree Lace Pius, representing Daisies, Lilies, F'lies, Birds, etc. 19c for 25c. Silver Thimbles, during this sale. 6tX:. for the latest style Gold Hair Oruaiiieuts EASTER FAN NOVELTl^ 20c. for Japanese Faus with triple sticks with silk cord in all colors. 94c. for choice of nearly l.OOO Faus, which com prised an importers stin k. 50c. for haud-paiuted yuill aud Gauze Faus for the pocket. EASTER LEATHER GOODS NOVELTIES. Belts of Antelope Skin, with satchels to match, in all Shades; also the Imported English Lawn Tenuis Belts, adjustable to all figures. See the 25c. Autelupe Purses, the 25c. Belts, the 50 cent Pocket books. CHILDREN'8 EASTER NOVELTIES. Boys' Shirt Waists and Hosiery. Everything for Babies, Children and the Young Ladies. 25c. for Double Knee Hose for Buys. 25c. for all size* Black Lisle Hose. BOc. children's Caps for 3S?c.; the 08c. Cans for 48c. and the 98c. Novelties for 85c. We sre st the end of our column, but not half the special price* for the 12th Annual Easter Sale are here quoted, l'leasc call. PALAIS BOYAL, (A. LISXEH), apl3 Cor. l?th and Pa. A vs. "Let me *? the very needle's eye of yout desire that I may thre*J it."?Geohos Eliot. * What's your plaasure? A Spring Suit? A hundred styles sre hew for you to choose from. From the most chaste designs to tlie most extravagant plaids. Suits for !ahor, business or dress purposes. $10 to ?35. A Spring Overcoat. They're here in almost endless array of "toney" styles, kinds and color*. From the plain aud sober black, for the man of quiet tastes, to the breezy Fawn and Dot# colors for the youth of "swell" ideas. ?10 to t"0'. A pair of Trousers? Well, just see them. Noi*y checks, swell stripes. Delightful combinations, quiet patterns, plain designs, rich and tare. $.1 to $10. We're in touch with the times. Ahead of them all in style and tone, below them all in price. The nearest to perfection in fit. The best values to be found at this time, beosusa our goods are as low in price note as they'll ever be. We're bark of you In any thing yoa buy?In everything we say. Ton know what that means with ns. More than mere words or empty sound. We can fit out sire and son, from the 4-year old boy to the 300 pound man. ROBINSON. PARKER & CO., REPRESENTATIVE AMERICAN CLOTHIERS, ap!7-eo 319 SEVENTH ST., COR. OF D. J CLINCH WOOL HENRIETTA. ALL SHADES, tO torj0c.,at SIRaSBURGKR'S . _ Dry Goods and Carpet House, . ?l'l' -3t fcj-O 7tii it. There Is No City in this broad land as beautiful as Washiugton. There is no city in the whole world with such beautifully paved streets aud shaded avenues. There is no city in which it is such a pleasure to walk and rejoice in all the spring's loveliness. Each day and week will add greatly to the attractiveness of the favorite proma nades, but no matter how charming the surronndin*fs, how beautiful the trees and flowers, and how Iwlmy arid salubrious the air, if a M AN'S FEET HURT him, if liia SHOES DRAW, aud his FEET are TENDER AND SORE, all nature's smiles cannot comfort nor cheer him. I THE MOST COMFORTABLE WALKING SHOES FOR THIS SEASON ARE KANGAROO AND lU SSET, LACE AND OXFORD. KANGAROO, FROM 44.50 TO 47.00. RCSSF.T. FROM 43.50 TO $0.00. KBR IT IT RRR TTTT . SS.. B B IT IT R R T "5 S HUB IT U R RR T SSU K B U U K R T ? BBB L'U K K T bSbS ai>17 1211 F STREET N. W (JoRSETS 1 CoRf ORSETS! There is nn articlp of Ladies' Wear that should re ceive attention more than a Corset. A Kood-fittintf Corset helps not alone to make u dress tit nicely, but h'-t-t"* it from w. ariuwout. An ill titti.i^r o.ii. t isex | peu*iv?- at any i?rice, as it vwill gradually break the material of your basque. Whilst we keep ah the reliable brands of Cornets, ami ffi 1 thoroughly sure of their wear, we mir .ot re tiaiii fromi adviMiiiK laai. i tu try the celehral. d C, P. Corsets. 1 Lmo Corsets are known the world over ( I.very nrst-cla** in line iniiHt keep them. To lie with* . out the c. p. Cornet one mi^ht as well be without i yardsticks to measure. i our buyer visited their factories whilst abroad and ; saw to ins own entire satisfaction with wlmt precision these K . |s were |>erfected, every little d tail l> ji.lt closely watched by the overseers; no Corset was u.loucd to leave the fact??ries until they *>r?- cousei. eiitiously looked over aud pronounced finished We k'*ep all their brands, frf?m tip to their b - t iroods it l.s scarcely necessary tu add that tin y do not manufacture the cheaper Kraue of floods, being1 satis ll? d to leave that to the other manufacturers. Then we earry* 'Her Majesty's Corset," an excel., nt C?t et lor stout is-ople. Also the k*. D. Corset, which ranks with the C. i\ ihe Li. and O, in all their different grades. < 13 A. La s pi rite, a splendid Corset, ami a score of ' equally commendable Corsets One thiiiK* is sure: that I have etiierienced Corset people at our counter, and . f - - v. .. . , - . , Ut *?I-| ? uuiJifl, <tnu wnu \> ill advise you conscientiously. As a special jrood thin* in a clu-ap Corset, He will sen a s iT 1K1.N c? ?i: SKI IN COLORS AM. Will I E AND DRAB FOR ? >:< < is. Really worth 41. We are also the \\ ii^Iiiiiirton Armts fortlie new pat ented si.1,1 -opl NI No COKsE I, an entirely new idea ill the way of a Corset. To introduce t hem to the Public w shall ofl, r them for 4 1. Any Corset bought from us that does not irive the expected wear will he replaced without parley. LA.VSBIRGH & BRO., j ?I'17 420, 422. 4J.'4. 470 Tth ?t. TOASTER PLAIN TALK MISS F \N('Y R\L M J t.rn.-k';iii I lulersliirts. ?:.>,? , Men's I'in-stvipe l!ii! orivKau Shirts aud *' Rec. Alade Hull 11 COMBINATION, 1 In Thf. Siring In iirisnu Shirts aud Draw> rs, |>er suit. . Al> n s J- nil Reir Vlade Hall iiose, l uh and Lcru, IK'. DOL'BI.i: ('O.MB1 NATION, I Itli st. s.e. a|>l <!-4t I. In the Siiriue-, a mother's care Should Is- the Ixiliy's exercise. In the K|iritiir, (rissl Iresli air Is for u iiat the baby cries. We sell BABY CARRIAGES from 4 l.'tS up. II. In the Serine the housewife wonders How to lui-ht the Hummer heat. Iu the Sprintc the roariu* thunders Turn sour the milk and meat. We sell the best and most reliable REFRIGERATOR8 iu the market. IVicea way down. HI. In the Spring you must prepare Fur the outlntr w hich Summer leuds. Iu the Spriiuf you should beware That your "traps" w ill not be hummer than your friends. Our stock of TRUNKS. SATCHELS aud VALISES comprises all the latest designs. I We also show everything in the way of TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, SOAPS. JEW ELRY AND FANS. PICTURE FRAMES made to order from the latest designs in mouldings. R. GOLDSCHMID, HOUSE FURNISHING AND CHINA PALACE. ?Pl0-3ui 1007-1000 F it n. w. 3IoNUMENTB. 3rONUMENTa A Larife Assortment of GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS AND HEADSTONES, at bottom prices. New iuportation direct from Italy of beautiful lite urea for CEMETERY AND PARLOR DECORATION. Worth s visit to see them. J. F. MANNING, ap!7-lm 1320 p. tre D w The Great BANKBUPT 8ALE or WINDSOR h CO.'8 FINE FOOTWEAR IS THE PRESENT GBEAT SENSATION IN THE SHOE BUSINESS OF WASHINGTON. Each succeeding Jay bring* greater numbers to this sale. Each pnrchassr heirs to spread the fame of the GREATEST VALVES EVEB OFFERED. Many of the beat bargain* are atill at your dispoML Aa every shoe has to be sold before we vacate the store, you can buy ALMOST AT TOCR OWN I'RICE. Call early, before the assortment u entirely broken up. apl7-eo 1423 NEW TORE AVENUE. CTKAW MATTING, FROM 10c. Ur OCX)D OIL >3 cloth*, '45c., at STRASBURGElt'H Dry Goods and Carpet House, apl7-3t 820 7th st. C.GO I. OO V V FEE KSS, r. O I. O O V V E O I. O O V V EE bSS S'^S 3 <i (1(1 L O O V V k GGO LLI.L OO V KKK "SS3 FOR EF.K A eSSo 1TTT FF.E ERR F A A s T K BR ER A A aSS? T t E RHR F AAA K 2 T E R R... EER A A ?St?a T EER H R ... Our Stock of Ladies' and Children's Kid, Lisles and Silk Gloves, as well as Mitts, is complete in every de tail, and we are satisfied we call please the most fas tidious person. ? GLOVES. GLOVES. O LOVES. MITTS. MITTS. MITTS. KID GLOVES. All car 7.V. Emb. Back Kid Gloves. *t 59r. per pair. All our $1 Emb. Back Kid Gloves, at 73c. per pair. All our H,V'.> Emb. Hack Kid Gloves, at $1 per pair. Ali our ?1.50 Emb. Back Kid Gloves, at $1.25 per pair. All our $1.73 Emb. Back Kid Gloves, at $1.48 per pair. All our $1 Undressed Kid Glove*, at $1 per pair. All our 95c. Misses' Gloves, at 50c. a pair. All our $ 1 Misses' Gloves, at 75c. a pair. All our $1.50 Mousijuetaire Kid Gloves, at $1.25 a pair. A'.l our $1.08 Undressed Motisquetaire, at $1.6S. We have the above Gloves ill all tlie leading shades as well as BLACK SILK AND LISLE GLOVES. All our .'15c. I.isle Thread Gloves at 25c. a psir. All our 50c. Silk Taffeta Gloves at 25c. a |>air. Ail our 75c. Silk Taffeta Glove* at 48c. a pair. All our 50c. All Silk Glove* at .'18c. a pair. All our 75c. Ail Silk Glove* at .~?0c. a pair. All our -15c. All S.Ik Mitts at *'??<'. a pair. All our 50c. A11*Silk Mitts at :ii>c. a pair. All our (18c. All Silk Mitts at 4Sc. a pair. All our 8i*c. Ail Silk Mitts at Oi*c. a pair. All our 25c. Misses' silk Mitts at 11 v. a i>air. You can have the above in Black and Color, d. NOTE. V e have a well selected stock of Parasols, Baching*, Handkerchiefs and many other things at jsipular prices. A RHR CCC A POD FKR AA B R C O AA DDE A A KRK C A A D I? EE AAA B B V C AAA D D E A A B K CCC A A DDD KEK _ fcl8 Seventh Street n. w flil-3m ASTER ECHOES?CHILDREN'S LARGE MIXED Sailor*. .s.lk RiMs*:i '_'lr . new-iiapf. in IV'.rk and E ( olored i 'aiiti.n llats, IS?c.: No. 40 f ry.an Ribbon, 2.m-. DOUBLE COMBINATION. lltlist.,.e. ui l'.--?t RINK I) HIRES' BOOT BEER. The Purest and Best Drink in the World. Appetizing, Delicious, Sparkling. A Package (liquid! 25c. makes five gallons. EVEBY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. NOTBOUBLE. EASILY MADE. No boiling or strainiug. Directions simple, and if made accordingly there can be no mistake. Ask your Druggist or Grocer for it, and take no other. Sec that yon get HIRES'. Try it and you Will Not be Without it. THE ONLY GENUINE. Made by C. F.. HIRES, Philadelphia, Pa. apl7-wfcs?0t TTTTH II IT IT RRR cSSa DDD T H H IT UK It ? 54 D D T 11 H II U U RRR ?SSU I? 1? A Y Y AA Y Y - ___ - - A A YY i II II U U R R s I. D AAA Y ?I 11 II UU R R DDD A A Y RRB A RRR r.Gr. A IINN N* SS* K B AA R R(i ?} AA II NN nS ? UK it A A KRK O A A II N N N 8Sa 1! B AAA R RG C.C. AAA II N NN. 2 KRB A AR U GGG A AI1N NN t?S A T RBB A IT r MM MM m KSSa I! B AA U U M MUX " 5 s BBB A A I' U M MM M eSSa B B AAA U U M M M K 2 BBB A A L*U M M M bSi>!s POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE. Established 25 years. THESE PRICES HOLD GOOD ONLY FOB THE DAY MENTIONED ABoVE. THE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT offers for to-morrow 5 boxes of Fauc) Ribbon, all silk, 5 inches wide, for hat trimming, sells for 40c. ? } sr?l, to-morrow 25c. a yard. THE DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT offer* for to-morrow all of Freres Koechlin's bust quality French Sateens at 30c. a yard, regular price 35c. THE WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT offers for to-morrow 10 pieces of our 15c. Nainsook at 10c. a yard. THE LINEN DEPARTMENT offers for to morrow 50 of our 11.!M Fancy Table Covers, in all colors, at the low price of $1.10 each. THE UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT offer* for to-morrow an elegant lace curtain,3^ yard* long. tai>e edge all round, sells for $1.35, for $ I a yanl. THE ART DEPARTMENT offers for to-mor row a line of chenille and tinsel conls, all colors, sell for 10c. a yard, for 5c. a yard. THE CORSET DEPARTMENT offers for to morrow odds and ends of C. P. a la Sirene corsets, slightly soiled, sell for $1.75, for Msc. a pair. THE COTTON UNDERWEAR DEPART MENT offers for to-morrow 50 doz. of 85c. gowus. has 2 rows of inserting, cambric ruffle at neck and sieves, and cluster tucks, for 62?. each. THE CLOAK DEPARTMENT offers for to morrow 17 light-striped cloth Jackets (ladies) tailor tini>h, in all sizes and shades, sell for $3 regularly, to-morrow $2 25 each. THE HANDKERCHIEF DEPARTMENT of fers for to morrow a line of 7c. colored-bor dered hemstitched Handkercliiefa for 5c. each. THE UMBRELLA DEPARTMENT offers for to-morrow 25 gloria-cloth Umbrellas, gold cap, ?ell for $1- 25, for $1.00 each. THE MERINO UNDERWEAR DEPART MENT offers for to-morrow 25 dozen ot ladies' Jersey fitting, gauze and balbriggan vests, sell regularly for 50c? for 25c. each. (Sizes, 28 to 32.) THE MEN'S FURNISHING DEPABTMF.NT offers for to-morrow their $1 stitched-back kid gloves, is new shades, for SHc. a pair. BBB A U V MM MM ~ KSS? B B AA U U M M M M " 2^ BBB A A U IT M MM M B88? B B AAA U U M M M ^2 BBB A A UU M M M BhSS DAILY BARGAIN LIST, apl7 7TH. BTH AND D STREETS. fr< ASTER WHISPERS-.V BUTTON LADIES' LI RLE J Gloves, sll shades. 15c.; 5-buttou Silk Glovaa. Black and Colors, 25c.; Children's French Ribbed Brilliant Lisle, all sizes, 25c. DOUBLE COMBINA TION. 11th *1 ae. ap 16-4t apll-ttt W usesdat April 17, "Stork N WOODWARD * LOTHROP. Tbe Airplay in oar Art F.rabroid^ry ^ ,or? an second fl^r will bt continued all U>? week. Additional Fwt^r XoTsltiee^sreTon thr u?rhv>iit tbe iiow, eapecially il.Glov^ Hosiery. Lare?, fLbbona, Jewelry Ac. I. ASTER rAHAS()L8-Wf hare a ?TMt nnm ber of PitmoIi thai want to be out on East*? Sunday. We have ? few of the extreme atyle* in Impacted ** Novel tie*"' that aurpaas in beauty and lightneds any w? hav^rer f4ow?. * liat an improvement ot?t tbe sun-?hsde* of et^n a frw years aro. In coni)>annon these are truly works of art. It it a wrong notion to think them expensive. The pn? e?? are very uii h the same a* asked for the lee* atyliah tha? We call particular attention to the tmporte* hnglish Twilled hi lk l*arai?ol*, in Ombre stripe# of Blue, Brown, Hed, Gray and )*:?:*, hui*bed with the fashionable La Toacs handle*. Other equally atyllab Psrasola. withCanopy tops, and la Pompadour e<hre, in all the Hprlti* aba*lea. These aleo have iho la Toeca (long*. Lan?lita. Very ele?rant line of Children's Paraacls, in various *haj?ea and colorings. (First floor.) fcaater Handkerchiefs ainiu. Not less than fifty beautiful atylw of Lathes* Pure Lineu Handkerchiefs at 25c each. Gath ered expreaaly for tlus Master *oe cam on. Here are the most conspicuous styles: White and colored embroidered dot* *ar^und the border, and edged with Val. Lace. Plain White, with double row of Hemstitching an inch apart. Narrow Hem, with elaltorately embroideml design inside of border. Hemstitched and corded-edfra, with .einbroid ered flower demgu in each corner. Scalloped etlge, |wah two inside corded threads, with embroidered dots between, aud an embroidered design in e? :* corner. Narrow hem *ith iuch-??de lattice-work, and three corded threa la. Checker-board corded blocks ail over, with embroidered dots in the corners. Narrow ,hem with four inaUe rows of drawn threads, witli cluster of diced,.block* in each corner. , fccalloped-edge with daintily embroidered cornera. And various otherjstyles too numerous to mention here as they would require almost au entire column. (First floor; ceuter table.) A TUMBLE IN VKs'l'S.?We litre reduced the price of Ladiet*' Fine French balbmrma Vests to lloc., 3 fur $1. These have low Deck aud no sleeves, are Jcrsey,cut, French finished neck and arm ho.e, ami are unquestionably the finest Vests ever sold at the price?in this or any other city. Go on. center table Thursday morning-. (First floor, first annex, rear.) fcAS l LK ?EWKLKV.?We have^added a irreat many beautiful pieces to our already well se lected atock of Fancy Jewelry. We Lav** a great many exclusive shajtes in brooches, orna ments, he.?copies of the geuuiue sulid gold pieces. We be?r to call attention to the quiet, unassuming richness of the dhaite*aJand de sign* shown by us, whirh sre in strong con trast to the cheap-looking, showy piece* with which the market is flowed. We control for this city the productions of one of the most reliable and paiustakiug manufacturer* ol the north* and we select only such pieces as we think will please our patron*. It w\ uld re quire* test to protect hat these?pieccs are not genuine gold. Here are a lot of nlck-nsck??really indispen sible and very* cheap. Lace Pins, ltk\ feame, hith chains, 15c. fcilver and Gold-finished Hairpins, 4c. Ileal Shell Hide Combs, li.V. Shawl l*ins with bronae and steel heads, .V, dozen. Indies* liolled Gold Cuff Buttons in various designs, l.">, and Ii5c. per pair. IVarl bead Colored Pius, 10c. dozen. Solid Silver Handles, lsc. each. Children's Oxidised and Silver Bracelets, '^5c. esch. Kliim sU'Ue Screw Lamm's *?.V. Solid Silver Lace Pins Sc. Beal Enarn* 1 Lace rins " .V. Oa ldixed and Silver Handles Ilk*, each. Oxidix* d Silver Fob Chains ^.V. The "levers' Km t" Lings ? 1. Men's Oxidize*! Match B< ?xe? and .">0c. each. And other equally desirable aiti ticles too numerous to mention. A few moments can be xirutiuMy spent in looking through the various attractive Jewelry .bits now on display in this de|?rtinent. (First floor, leit of main entiance.) OWNEH8 OF lHKtS can have them properly collared, &o., by us at umall expense. No mat ter what the size or nationality of the^dog *e Lave the right collar, lock, chain, 4.c. (First floor.) MLN'S -EASTERN NECKWEAR. New shap( s, new colorings and .pattern*. Tecks, and Four-in-hand. Fr?>m tlis plainest to the most thoroughly Engiinh. We call particu lar attention to the beautiful line of \ e< as and Four-in-hands in Cream White and other ?ieli cate tinted grounds, with .figures, *?rip?-s, kc., in rich and attractive colors in contrast, at oOc. each. BICYCLE RIDERS, Men's Lone Hose of medium weight durable cotton, in Navy Blue, Seal Brow n and Oxford. At the extraordinary low price of U5c. Three pairs for ^1. (First floor.) TO CHILDREN AND MISSES-If we sold nothing but Children's aud Miss*-*' Suits Jack ets and Cloaks we could not please you better iu style and price. Not so well in price, for the pro]>ortiou of tb* exi?ense is smaller than if it occupied a separate store, and we can therefore afford to sell at lower prices. But the styles are the attraction. The time was when the style of a Child's Suit was of little consequence. Not so now. JUst as much care and attention islx slewed upon them ant he Ladies' Garments. Never before were they so cute, so pretty, so comfortable or btx-omimr. We hsve the control of certain of our best sty les, hence ?they are not to be found elsewhere. We spoke of the twister Suits yesterday.' To day we shall tell you of Jackets, Reefers and Clouks. For school wear and good service we oiler Children's Keefer Jackets, in light checks, priced as follows: Size 4, 6, 8, 10 and l4,' years. Pri?*e $3.25, $3.50 $4. $4.50 and $5 Children's Keefer Jackets, with brass buttons, gold anchors. &c. These are .in new shapes, in plain Navy and Green, and also a few stripes and plaids. Sizes 4, C, 8. 10 and 1? years. Prices $."?, $5.50 $U, $0.50 snd $7. Children's stylish Blouse-back Reefers, in Navy Blue and Cardinal, trimmed with lancy silk cord. This is one of the latest .and most becoming style of Reefer. Sizes 4, 6, 8, 10, and 1? years. Price $5.50, $ti, $0.50, $7, and $7.50. 1 lot of Missed' Jackets, in Tan Sliades. sizes III. 14 and 10 years. Only $4.75 each. This is a ljargain. Mioses'Jackets with bell sleeves, and satin facings, in Tan and BIu*\ and Gray and Blue Stripes; siaes 12,14 and 10 years. Only $0.50 each. We are also showing an elegant line of "Novel ties" in Jark' ts in the popular "I>irectoire"and "Empire" siy lea. with the flowing lappela, and Tan colored vests richly braided in contrasting colors. $S,50 to$i:i. 50. In Misses' and Children's Long Gsrments we sli w Connemaras. Peasants, Newmarkets and other equally stilish shape*, in both plain cloths and fancies, such as plaids, stripes, 4c. Some of the latest shapes have the Accordion plaited skirts and ca|'*es. $4 50 to $17.50. SPECIAL FOit CHILDREN'.?One lot of Cloaks made from the finest imported cloths, and embrace stripes, checks and piaida, sixes 4 to 1'.' years. Exactly half price. Re<luce<lto SPECIAL FOR MISSES. 1 lot"of Misse*' Fine All-Wool New Markets, in a \un-tj of Fancy Checks and Plaid*. Sntes lti, 14 >i.i| years. Exactly half price. Reduced to $8 Considering the worry of selectinK. maid.uK fitting. Ac., we believe it to l>e practi.-in?r economy to buy Misses' snd Children's Suits ready-made est?eciaily Muce they can be bought S4i cheaply. (Third floor.) Sl'K.-IAL* IX LINENS We .realxir. on th>- alert l?r binnuus. In tact, wt i? always w< uririK baivain^ Here an- a few in Lim n* '-(Ml dozen plain Glasa Li:ien Uuylie, at tiie low I'rire of .kr?c. per dozen. :I00 dozen 4-? Cbet ke?l Linen Doylie. at th? low v>rioe of 50c. jwr duzeu. l.">0 dozen ?. Linen Dotlie^ plain White and White with Colored UortfcrT Oiily Ml 1 case 55-inch fuli Blembed Table Dauiaaka. in attractive patterna. extra fine quality Onlr 5t> Krjiri!. WhileJ hi. l? not quite w w'di, axaouie Uaniaok we aell at thiapnce.it i? un quentioual.ly the beat quality. uli SHADES ?It ia 1-oor economy to buy a thin* simply becaune it la cheap. Au article at 50 cents can be cheater than one at 25c. A better way to put it probably would lie to ?ay that it would be economy to buy the 50-cent article A case in point i? our *3c. Window Shades that we inanulactnre ourselves Von can buv cheai>er sliadea-inferior fhades of course. 1 he question in. wouldn't it be more economic to th? difference and buy , ,rood shade. A shade that is proi>erly constructed, tnat will run smoothly, readily and straiarhUy Liamine onr 4.'V~. Snades. Complete, resdy to ?? yards lor.fr by 1 wide. (Fourth iioor.) M A1>HA8. I-i*ht and airy Madras Lace and Madras Curtains. The |>eriect summer draivrv Looks better, wears better and waehes better than auy other summer drapery for the price. M hen properly, mind you. wheD pr-.periy laun dered. they look every inch as s]<ick aud span as ii they were r?rtit from the loom. Ho few know how to launder Madras Curtains properly that we have taken a hand at it ourwlvea by secur ing the agency of one of the larvest cleaning establishuienta in the country. We ruanuitee to return ihem equally as gi*si as when first boUKht. If our i>nce is a little hiirher other* (it may Im, and may lie not) yon can rest assured the work will be superior. We are tak ing orders for cleaning blankets, too. Hpeakimr of Madras Curtains, here is the assortment . ?1.5u. <1 75.*a.5<).?;i. *.150. (4. 94.50, #5, $.'>.50, f'I and t/.aOJ>er pair. AST MI'SUNS. Next to Madras come the Art Muslins for summer draperies. French roods, and in iwr, and beautiful ouiureffacla 50 inches wide, 31c. per yard. (Fourth Soar.) WOODWABO k LOTHROP. M17 Cor. UUasdrste. u.w. rsr Ijaxpep A lot of rnnio* Iri?h T?t*li mi <VlWA The In?h nrteltlr underetand how to cloth. TbwrilumtM mad* ?i['H-'J '<* o. by the IRISH fOOUI ASP EKPOBT If AX VFACTVB1SO OOVTAXY lUaitad). P?blt?. Inland. (TSis <? rt rn l.njv rrn'm mam <? ?tAk-A /W, f V rreuf i> uA U<"?M. ? ? lerr?ra.) *?'? rot a <Vren different pvMeena la the pleee, to be ma.It* up to meaaur*. Cb?vke. atrtpea. plaida. of ft ar*. but differently threaded and combined to ?t.vthtn* you've wa 11 there* aa< h a tliitur ?? NEW dmlcita ai l patterne ta cloth THF.SK AUK NEW. Vkven to OI K ontar Alone with them. ItumeduW o the !ntmlce wa? received we had a- >nie of the nobbieat pattern* cut aud made VP Into autt? 1 * our atock. Tbey can weave clotfc ? r\>e* tlir waMr, but old Ameri.'a .-an make tt up letter tUau any cation on ewrvh. At leaat wa think ao. Look Sa. Va and rraceful Cutawaya?rut and uuilria(>l'B art lata ktmw bow to ti .akr tbnii. We'w# rot a diaplay to our West Market S|w? window. EASTER XECKWEAB. Nine ottt of every ten reclletren yo0*ll meet next Sunday anil Lave on a new be. Mark it aud aev. Every incumiuc expreaa br.u?r? ua aome fiew novelty. *? Iwlieve In the .W-center*. Oood ?ioturt? for anyone to ??r. 1 tuil u, vina at 60 ernU arm. It'a uot Infrequently you'll find dup.icalea elee where at Too. atid f 1. The mora odd the shade. the mnf peculiar the ffrure. dot. or atrip*?the more *t)liah. Puffs. Tei ka, aud Four in-Uauda arc faahio&a* tola. Ivnree at<il Tar Slllta?plain and ficir.1 >.L.1U and si.k lie Cap.- mi.nil ? .) uu.,u?. Widf-anlciittuuiaii* rich . . iti*-*. ?"r?|M..r. lie 111 Lav l ier. I., in. aud link, li.iwk aui Wi Lite plain iMifm. A f.'W out of the many. Mure Neckwear than you ever aaw. SAKS AXP COMPANY. fashioXist s. BEY EX Tit STREET AND market Sl'ACE apl7 j Tor Easter. OUIVEX. HOSIERY. JLWELKY. LACKS. UANPKEltt'HlEFK. SIX IMBKll.LA.K. XECKWEAK. pelerine ok jacket. 1 HIM Mi l) I1AT "II Till: Fikixus ?*? oxe. If yon ire in n**?d of may of th* ?!?? >vi itfm to ?t?rn* l>lete ) (>Qr Toilet fur CMter Suod?> un * vimt aud you will Hud uur ib^orUucut fullaud pricy* lorn'. THE BON ftf AIirHE. | Caps. VMiite Mull and Elubruidered Ca|<s?the haiidaouo-at ! variety ever ahom 11. The Little XiyQaM.ueir (>har<e. ?nh viaa front and Im k. very btx ouiinir. I*noe. #1 .S5. The I jttle Lord Faunvleroy, uew aha|<e, very styliah aud lieromilitr. I'nce f 1.4s, 1T.">. ?I.HS. At 4Sc., ToeS U|> to t - 48. you aUI litiJ the heat valuta abowii any*here. THE BOX MARCHE. Pelebikes. An lminenae variety, at all prii-ea. from ? to # Hut to-day we w.ah to ai?-ak of oue |*rtie ular atyle. of which we have liotirht a larre lot of. to iret at a prti* 10 u to enable na toaelltbem tor*i>. tli?-ir actual value utIV'. Th?y are heavily U?ded. aud have net aleevea, aiih extra ornaiueuu. THE BOX MARCHE. ^lll.MNFItr. Everythlu* in Rata, Flowera, Feathera, Ornatnetita, Milliuery Trinuuin^a and Fixin^a. Style and price al way a ?ruaran teed. SFE Ot*R PI.SI'LAV OF TRIMMEP HATS rOR EASTER. THE RBR OO NX * B B <> O K X X I'.BH OO N X X B II U IJ N X X BBB OO K NX MM MM A RRR CVC M H FI R MVMM A A K It C O II H 4 M MM M A A KRR O II H II FK M M M AAA K R C C II H I M M M A A H U OCC H H KKP . at.lrt mo SEtT.XTH ST K W. (jrr.EAT Ijastfr Oftebixo ?V CLOTH I NO AT THE LoWIsT IRICTS ever l>efi>re offered bv any other elotliinr hou?e in Ilia l'i?trict. I lii- st..ek liaa U-> n carefully ?. ie< te.l bj Mr. Frte<liaiHlerirv>iu New York atuoe tala fire, aid ev< rj. thiiiir will be touud to te entirely new and atilinli. Thia opportuniiy now to buj >r> haa never lieen oBerwt by any other firm. Below will be louud aouie of luany cheat' price*: Men a suita, part cotton, ?:S ?"?. Men'a Suita. all W'k.1, *4.dT. Very F'iue, all Wcx4, (.V.'.V s.-ot. u CiieViota. all Wool, Corkacrew suita. in Biur, Black aud Brown, $li.T.?. Very F'lueat Corkacrewa, (H.iO. Children'* Pnita. *11 wool, f 1.25. OiiMren't Ruita all wool. * I, >U. <'hildren> Suita, all wool, tl ST Children's Suitx, ail wool, 4ti'.\ Men'aKina, all wool, * I V.">. Men'a Pant*, all a?.L ? Meu'a l'auus all Wool. *1.75. Ucu'afauU, all ww>l. *'.! Meu'a F me Prmee Al?>ert Suits, ailk flniah lliiinr. aa:m well made, #11.75. Boya'suita. 14 to Is yeara. f2 7.1. ?:!, ?:;.5<l. f4 aud *0. All iheac l?tva)u? to lie fouud al Mi F til N. Vk., Six Doora fruui Kth at. mh 1 -.1m W ASHINGTON INN 1' And Cottatfea Completely Fnrrii><li<^l, For Reut tut the Seaaou of 1 SS!l. Apply to HEXUT P. GREEK, apl 7tomal 1411 F at. n w A Few Of The 31 AST H.tRt.AINd ? !? ? CLOTHING FOR MEN* AND BOVS ?a* ? WEVL'8 OXE-rRICE CLOTHING HOCSE. 311 7TH ST. S.W. FOR MF.X. All wool Pant* ?t an l upward; all wool flnita at *T,."?0 aud uj.ward. tf-?d. well uu.de Overc.?U at wort.i *S au.l upward; all-ailk Uued spring Oxerooauit (15, worth *'-'o. FOR BOYS ? TO 14. Splendid Suit- at #'.V25. wurth *3.'?0; excellent Su.ta at ?:t. worth *4.."K). fine SuiUat ffo. aeii e?er? wucre at $H. BOTB 15 TO IB. Rtyliah Suit* at <?'>, worth $7 50, apletidid Ruita at (ti.'ttl. worlo *W. fine Suita ti.MK can't be buutrht tlsewhere under <10. _ . . The entire alock ol clothlnr la freah from the maoq faetureiv, and eauuot be exiled aa to gualily of m?. tariat. exoelleui-e iu workuiauslat aud atyle, while t ruarautee you a aaviur of at laaat 25 per cent, in prtea WEVL'8 ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOCSE, 311 7TH ST. > W. X B.?Old patron of OAK BALL will he apaeially pleaaed at the rreat lucraaae of atock and buaiuaai iacllitiee at the new atom aplO-Jm Fosteb Kip Gloves. WITH SEW IMPBOVEP LAC1NQ, ? 1 00 PEB PAIR UPWARD. Fitted to the Hand. A Olove liavlua no aupertor ia Fit, Rtylea or lty. The only Olove that will fit all aue wriata. Xo Button* to come off. Xo Button hotea to ft! The moat convenient Glow made. If yon try one pair you cannot do without the 9. C. HUTCHINSON. W>7 pbbb,,lT1 ASTER SCRPKlxFS-PR WABN'ER'S roi'B-ll! BL? COMB1XA1T0K sTOBt. 11 thai, a* aplti^