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THE ETENIING STAR.
WASHINGTON: ITESDAT Slay 7, 1 fBWBY W. 1DYH Editor. IMS STIM.NO NTAK kas the laUrat Local 1 Irralattoa of aay >?wip?prr la the World. aa aa AdvrrUaia? }lc4iaa la worth Bioro than all the other paper* pubiitiiid la Waakiactm. The avent which baa taken place to-d.ty in Baltimore U not celebrated by a blast of trum pet*. parade*, and lire-works, bat it is of greater importance to that city than the honor of serv ing as the scene of a centennial celebration. The opening of what is claimed to be the bent constructed and best equipped hospital in the world is a notable achievement of the present, which will doubtless itself enjoy in the future the honor of centennial commemoration. After many years of intelligent investigation and preparation to carry out the expressed will of Johns Hopkins, that the hospital founded in pursuance of bis will should in structure and Arrangement compare favorably with any other similar institution in this country or in Europe, his trustees present a magnificent in stitution to Baltimore, to the nation, and to the world. The Hopkins hospital is, in one of iU aspect*, merely a noble and valuable local charity for the relief of suffering in the city in which it is located. But in another aspect it is a field of experiment | and original investigation into the causes and treatment of disease, putting the new world abreast of the old in the possession of institu tions which add to the resources of medical science and bless all mankind. The total cost of the hospital, which Johns Hopkins designed to be an adjunct to the university for higher education which he founded by his will, has been moro than two million dollars. Washing ton, with its wealth of educational appliances and resources, indicating it aa the natural seat of such institutions in the United States, longs for a Johns Hopkins. If Washington maybe blessed with some benefactor through whose munificence the capital will be enabled to ntilize to their full extent its advantages as an educational center, a benefit more precious than that of the pomp and show of the local celebration of an inauguration centennial will be enjoyed. The civil war has been ended for nearly a quarter-century. Why, then, should two old comrades-in-arms fall to quarreling over a single incident of it in which history has ac oorded both an honorable part. Xobodv ex cept, perhaps. Admiral Porter, will deny that Cen. Butler was a good fighter. Nobody ex cept Butler has refused the same credit to Por ter. Has not each had glory enough without striving to pull the other s reputation down? There is a bill before the Massachusetts legis lature to regulate the use of money in elec tions. which has called forth from a leading Bay State politician the renin rk that he be lieves in the use of money in politics, ' 'just as it is used in church work and the temperance movement." If money were used in politics in no other manner than in church work this restrictive legislation would not bo proposed, llie Bay SUipolitician uiight supplement this proposed measure with another to regnlate the use o? money for bribery and corruption in church work, if he things that the latter legis lation can find anything upon which to operate. In a quaint letter written by George Wash ington to a personal friend on tho day he was appointed commander-in-chief of the continen tal army, the latest news of the general's move ments is conveyed, with |thc 'concluding re mark: "As to other articlos of ^Intelligence I must refer you to the Gazettes, as the Printers pick up everything that is stirring in that way." What would the immortal George have said if he could hare come back long enough to wit ness the work of "the Printers" of our day in licking up "Articles of Intelligence" enough to fill mammoth sheets of closely set type, in *pite of the fact, if some of them are to be be lieved, that the committees in charge used every endeavor to defeat their purpose. The Printer 111 our day who contents himself with merely picking up what happens to be stirring is soon left behind in the race by his neighbors who poke and prod and stir things up them selves. If the Senators who went to the centennial celebration in New York were shabbily treated, and feel as badly over it as the special corres pondents of ccrtain dist.int papers represent, let them take heart of hope. The Columbus celebration will take place in this city, and the Senators can see to it that the committee who imposed upon them are given the poorest hotel accommodations and the worst places from wl) ch to watch the procession. They have only to bottle their vengeance for a trifl ing matter of three years. The superintendent of the Cook connty insane asylum, whose subordinates iil-treated the patient*, and. it is said, killed one of them, has been indicted, as responsible for the acts and aeglect* of his underlines. He doubtless fe?U that it is the misfortune of his life that he i* not a military man. to bo tried by the Lydecker court-martial. For clearly "in spaces so confined" and dirty and offensive as the cells of the insane (or tunnel cavities) no self-re specting military *upervisor can be expected to perform hi* duty of inspection thoroughly, and it is now generally understood that accord ing to military law all responsibility for the act* of subordinate agents cease* "in spaces so confined." New Tork seems bonnd to have a permanent arch at Fifth avenne and Washington Square to commemorate the late centennial celebra tion in that city. The idea is a good one; but when will it be carried out? Judging by the progress made in the erection of her proposed monument to Grant, it is perhaps too much to expect it to be flnished in time for the next cel ebration, a hundred years hence, but it cer tainly ought to be completed by 20S9. Gov. Waterman, of California, wants to annex Sonora, Lower California and Chihuahua, and Minister Romero's magazine article of protest against annexation scheme* is supplied with a reason for its existence. The public controversies of to-day are, first, that of Bctler ti. Porter, topic of discussion "Who's a coward?" and, second, that of demo cratic revenue-reformer* t*. democratic pro tectionist, topics of discussion: "Who shall win the chairmanship of the national committee?" The statute of limitations ha* run against Gen. Butler's claim in the matter of alleged displays of cowardice in the capture of New Orleans. He speaks too late. The talk of an extra session of Congress in the fell shows the drift of public opiuion toward the idea of longer or continuous sessions. Th* reason of the demand for an earlier meeting is that otherwise no work will be done before the holiday recess. As that reason is one that ap plies every year equally with this, an amend ment to the Constitution, changing the regular date of convening, would *ave a va*t deal of trouble, uncertainty and expense. t?" The principal value of Th* EvtJiso Bta* to advertiser* is the fact that it is not thrown away after once being read, but passe* through half a dozen pair* of )ntni? at least be fore being toaced aside. This u the adixmiayt yrttrntrd by a family nwupnprr. JoHNSoX tfc LuTTBEIX. TTs bomrbt a Job lot of Whit* Embroidered Itobsa. which ?? sre ufienu# si 50. stul A3. furiutx lr.ee, *-i. Jo. M.ou, sod ?& biugmlas. Out China Silks ars considered th* cheapest In th* city st 50. 00, slid 06c. Re&uutul wtolurs tod sly 1 vs. iurjtcr "o. o7c.. and 41. Ws have also a few of the Plain and Fancy Silks at ?ai S?j OWc.; lonuar ptiu?s, iO, Tie.. *1, A Ml stock of all kinds of Dry Goods. J0HN40N * LCTTRELL, 71a Market dps T> t'TLD I SO PA. PKK*, MORTAR COLORS, itf J>p<.rtrd Portland. R. Top, Roaendale. sbd AuUslaot teu.vnia. Mom Pruol Pai?r sou CLarcual. sahao i. x. vtiUUA aoiib. ao* loth si n.w. Still Haetiso Ox Xhe Bora. B jys' uj Children's Clothing I A constant nw of car* to psivnts. A fruitful mlns of thought to us. Constantly applying onr own prosaic and practical idess. Ever on tlie ju? rlre to catch the bright'Mt thoughts of others. Making all thing* within the reach and acope at onr re_ ?earth and observation subservient to the wants and wishes of the rising generation. Besults prove that our efforts are appreciated. The wealth of styles with which our hotiM is crowded now?ths Incomparable values that our undivided attention to an exacting indus try unables os to offer?and onr stralghtout American way of doing business?prove to parents of the young that whan the boys need clothing THIS 13 THE PLACE TO BRING THEM. Never before has it been our proud privilege to place before the people of Washington such a mag nificent assortment of matchless styles in Spring Buits for Boys and Children as we are showing at this time. Fever before were we in ? position to offer such Inducements to pur chasers?snd the great increase our business shows over any previous season of our career proves that the people understand and appre ciate the advantages of buying Boy's Clothing | in ? BOY'S CLOTHING HOUSE. B. ROBINSON k CO.. THE BOYS* IDEAL CLOTHIERS. 008 PENNA. AVE. my4-eo "\fR- M. A. HOFFMANN, ARTISTIC LADIES' AJA tailor, has reduced his prices. Street Dresses, iS Hi'. Riding Habito, #10 up. Ulsters from #8 up. Short Coats from $5 up. Parlors, 421 0th st. n. w. my i-St^ A W ORD Xo T HE M EN. WE ARE CONSTANTLY ADDING TO OUR AS- I SGKTMKNT OF GENTLEMEN'S SHOES, AND TO THOSE WHO MAY HAVE THOUGHT THAT OUR SPECIALTY WAS LADIES' SHOES WE WOULD SAY THAT OUR ASSORTMENT OF GENT'S SHOES IS SOW EQUAL TO ANY TO BE FOUND IN THE CITY. AND THAT WE ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH EVERYTHING IN THE GEN I LEMAN'S LINE. READY MADE AND TO MEASURE, AT PRICES THE VERlf LOWEST FOR A GOOD ARTICLE. PATENT LFATHEB LACE. to. UOHT CALF. LACE AND OXFORDS, to TO $7. KANGAROO, LACF AND OXFORDS, *4.50 TO #7. BUSSET, LACE AND OXFORDS, *4 TO ?U. MEN'S TENNIS SHOES, ?a. PBB U tT RRR TTTT ?? RSS? B B U U KB T " ? 8 BBB U V I:RR T b6S~ BBUURK T R|._ BBB UU U R I SS ? my7 1211 F STREET N. W Xhings Occubring Xo Us Xhat YOU OUGHT TO KNOW. We've been laying a little low lately with our 30 cent Night Robes. Only had a few. Ordered mors but they were delayed. Breaths easier now?a small car-load arrived yesterday. Ton know which we mean? Those French Cambrics, handsomely and tastily trimmed. Cut with a French Yoke, and every weak and tearable point stayed and riveted. The length is all there?60 inches. Nothing scant about them. Not Job lots, but a regular Una. They can't get near them elsewhere for 75c. or tl. We believe In displaying all the grades we carry of any line. We've given up a window for the finer grades of Underwear this week. Don't forget we've got cheaper qualities?as low as 50c. But they're good at j that. A great deal better than the avenge 60c. and 75c. goods. Fancy and plain colors in Balbrigvans, Liale, Natural Wool, and Silks. The wheel in the kaleidoscope has been given another turn and the Neckwear display baa changed? Is changing daily. Let PulTs and Flat Scarfs alone? they're on the shelf?out of date. Wear either a Teck or a Four-ln Hand, made up in either Grenadine, ZephyT or Pongee Silk?and you'll be right. Our 50 cmt line la brim full of all the new, fantastic designs In the latest shades. What's the use of paying more than half a dollar when yon can geta first-class quality at that price? You cant everywhere, that a a fact? j BUT HERE YOU CAN. If you want better qualities we're first in the field with Fiak, Clark A Flsgg's advance styles of Summer Neckwear?and there's none to match it made. FANCY WAIST COATS. We'rs putting s display of Fancy Vestlngs in our Market Spacs window?all shades, oolors and combi nations. We sort of wanted to see how many we could ?how?but the space gave out long before the variety of Tests. The balance are on the third floor?Ducks, Piques, Marseilles?every rood, washable material? from 91 up. Single and double-breasted. All sixes New patterns. They're comfortable and neat. 6AKS AND COMPANY. PEERS IN MEN'S FINDINGS SEVENTH STREET AND MARKET SPACE. my7 F Street China Stobe SELL THE CHEAPEST. 130 Pre. Dee. Dinner Seta WH. worth #15 00. 112 Prs. Dec. I>:nner Sets <7.-5, worth ?9.(>0. i or. u? v?.? - ? w*.? -? - ? - - - dims Siui'f Duhea, ^."eaclL* i lne * Luetfaj a. We. DM Pitcher*, 5c? worth 10c. Glva M 'in. 3c. Olua Berry bets, 22c.. worth 35c. 3-Mru.if broorus. He. 4't'ool B<?*t t'lotbee Bar*, ?5r? worth tl.00. 8-Vt 8tei> La'd>-r. ??<? , worth * 1-50. my7 lw LAWRENCE * CAMALIER, 1010 F St. n.w. BoRDEN'S Liverine. Thin is what Mr J. E Oliver, of 1307 35th st. West Washington, says of this Incomparable remedy: BORDEN MEDICINE COMPANY: lirNTt KMr.n I take great pleasure to testifying to the merits of Borden's Lneriuo. I was a great suderer from my kidney*. I took your valuable medicine. snd it has effected a complete cure. 1 now make a practice of kerplu* It in the house, and using it wuenever auy of my children need ui-di' in.* It acta like a charm. My wife ha* u1*ou*m1 it for sick headache: it give* her Instant relief. I am satisfied it saves me many a doctor's bill. I have also recommended it to a uuiuoer of my friends, with very satisfactory results. You are at pertrct liberty to u*s uiy name. I think your medicine can't be oeat. Respectfully. J. E. OLIVER. And it is only ftOe. for pint bott'.e*, 8 bottles Tor Liberal discount to the trade. WM.F. GIVEN, Agent, my<J-lw M and H its. a.w. Machinery. FoRSBERO * MURRAY, aeutTs fos W HITHER MACHINE CO. Boiler* and Elsvator*. HENRY R. WORTHINCTON. 8team Pumps. SHIP MAN ENGINE CO. Oil Engines sad Staan Launches, and the NATIONAL HOT WATER HRATTSQ 00. W* always have on hand a laora stock of BOILERS. ENGINES. PUMPS. ELEVATOR?, LAUNCHES. AND SMALL MACHINERY. 1001. 1003. 1006 Seventh sts.w, Washington, D. A Telephone No. 1031-3. oiv3-2ia Thebe Is Always A Demand FOB GOOD THINGS AT LOW PRICES. OUB TEN-DOLLAB 6UIT8 SEEM TO HATE, AS A NEWSPAPER REPORTER WOULD PUT IT, "captured THE TOWN." THET ARE NOT ALL GONE YET, BUT WHY NOT TBT SOMETHING BETTER. TO-DAT WE WANT TO PUT THE EM PHASIS ON OUR FIFTEEN-DOLLAR SUITS. YOU'LL BE SURPRISED TO FIND HOW GOOD AND HANDSOME A SUIT THAT WILL BUY. THE NEWEST THING8 ARE PLAIDS, PLAIN CHECKS AND OVERPLAID3. THEY COME IN BOTH SACK AND CUTAWAY COATS AND ARE MODELED AFTER THE PATTERNS OF THE BEST NEW YORK CUS TOM TAILORS. IN HALF DRESS 8UIT8. IN HALF DRESS SUITS (BY WHICH WE MEAN PLAIN COLORS, SUIT ALL ALIKE, OR COAT AND VEST OF BLACK OB BLUE, WITH something DIFFERENT FOR PANTS.) THE MEDIUM AND BROAD WALE WORSTEDS TAKE THE LEAD. THEY ARE handsome, DRESSY, AND OAN'T BE DIS TINGUISHED FROM THE BEST CUSTOM MADE GARMENTS. OUB LINE OF ODD PANTS, suitable TO WEAB WITH THEfWORSTED CUTAWAY AND PRINCE ALBERT COATS, IS COMPOSED OF THE NEWEST PAT TERNS OF PLAIDS, CHECKS, STRIPES AND MIXTURES, COT IN THE LATEST STYLES AND IN EVERY RESPECT COR RECT. E. & BARNUM A CO. _jny7 r:n Pennsylvania ave. Great Crashi IN WHITE GOODS AT LUTTRELL'S, Cor. 20th st and Pa. ave, n. w. One rase Dimities >t Oc.; worth 12c. ami 15e. Liir*e Line India Linens from be. to 35c. Very flat- Numbers at ~'U<\ and 25c. ; gre it drives. A lull line of Plaid and Check Munllns, our groods; worth 20c. 100 extra large doable Bed Quilts at 75c.; worth $1. Every housekeeper should s>e them. 1 ullline Table Linens, Napkins and Towels. H-4 Furniture Linen at olio. 30 dozen Towels at f 1 oO j* rdoz.; worth 42. The cheapest Bath Towels in Washington, I5c. and 25c. One ease I.lght Prints at lie. One rase Inuigo Blues ,.t CMc.; Terr low. GKKAT BARGAINS I> UNDE WEAR. Gents' Shirts, formerly $1. must go at 75c. tie tits' Shirts, formerly 75<\, must go at 500. Gents' hli.ru, formerly 50c., must go at :i5o. Gents' Shuts, formerly 35c.. must so at 250. Lidies' Vests at the same low rates. Children's Balbrigirau Vests at 25c. Only .>00 yards leil of bummer Snks, going at 35c.. wortii 50c. Chantilly ard Guipure Laces for over dreeses at ? 1.50, $I7.j.aud *2, worth $2. #2.50, ai d 43 Great liartr<ui?a in Dress Goods, troiu 12c. to $150 per yard. Great Bargains in Gent' Half Hose at 25c , worth 50c. Child's lull regular Fast Black Hose at 25c., very low. Our stock at present is two heavy and must be re duced. Csil early for Bargains. TITOS. J. LTTTTKKLL, my4-2w Cor. 20th and Pa. ave. n.w. J? C. Hutchinson. importer. RICH MILLINERY. A large and beautiful assortment of trimmed Hats and Bonnets in medium and rich rood*. Latest im portations received each week. Fine English Straws at $1.50. French Straws at 50c. Russian Hair Bonnets, $1.50. Chip Hats at $1.25. FLOWERS. New lota opor.p l each day. WRAPS AND JACKETS MARKED DOWN. This is a grand opportunity to purchase desirable garments at the lowest price. FOSTER KID GLOVES. my 4 907 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. This ^Veek AT W. B. HOEKE'S SCRIM, 5 cents yard. PONGEE, 16 cants yard. HASSOCKS. 25 canto. 2,500 yards BEST ALL-wool INGRAINS, 60a 4.500 yards TAPESTRY, BEST MAKES, 58c. The best ANTIQUE oak chamber SUIT In th? market for $25. PARLOR SUITS in SILK PLUSH for $50; 6 pieces. DO you WANT A REFRIGERATOR? WE SELL the ONLY HARD wood CLEANABLE REFRIGER RATOR AT SAME PRICES WHICH you pay for the SOFT wood. COME and SEE US BEFORE you buy A REFRIGERATOR. IN MATTING WE can show you an excellent stock AT BOTTOM PRICES. W. H. HOEKE. 801 Market Space. aplO-lm JJOB-THATS IMMENSE; who'S the VICTIM CHARLIE f CHARLIE?you'RE OFF THIS TIME. THIS IS one OF NICOLL'S $20 SUITS. HE don'T TRUST. BOB-COME OFF. charlie?IT'S A FACT; I SAW his ADVER TISEMENT AND THOUGHT I WOULD TBY WHAT % HE COULD DO. THIS IS THE RESULT. BOB-SAY, MEET ME AT NOON. I WANT A SUIT. GUESS I WILL TRY HIM CHAR LIE-ALL RIGHT. THE ABOVE CONVERSATION WAB OVERHEARD ON A pennsylnania AVENUE CAB. IT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF. p 5 n n o??o i i fc N H II 0 OQL L 3 NN n CoS ?00? LLLL feux! THE TTTT A I! t OO RRR I nil n R. * A A U LLLL OO B B ? 615 AND 017 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, WASHINGTON. SAMPLES AND SELF-MEASUREMENT RULES MAILED OB APPLICATION. apeS-toJcflSt Y?MEBAU> Lawn gram sked-buceeye SSzs 7th at. B-V, oppoaito Cantor Miitlt. 11/i-lV $1.48 W OBTH $1.08. Moslin Skirt?fall width, deep cambric raffls-edjred, with 4-inch-wide Torchon Lace, and 4-inch-wide Tor chon Inserting above, THE BOH It ABC EE. The Boh Mabche We ire showing an elerant lln? of Thwe-Pieee Car*. at fro in 2>e. to $1.08. guaranteeing special valne: but want to call your particular attention to a few new de signs at 7.V., $1.48, and $1.98. Boys'New shape JUatt. In Hemstitched and Embroideries. At $1.48. <1.75, $1.98. the Fauntleroy, in fine em broidered and corded effects. At $-' "") and $-.68, Lieyant Embroidered and Corded flats. At 50c. and 6He., Corded and Braided Dque Flats. At 25c. and 48c., Embroidered Pique Sun-Bonnet*. J THE BON MA EC HE. Stockinette Jackets During the next three days yon can aave 50c. on any Stockinette Jacket. Prices $3, $4.50, $0.50, and $ 10.1)8 leas 50c. THE BON MAECHE. Cashmere Fichttes. We have Just secured a large line of Embroidered Caatiir.?re Fichuos, with and without Jeta. Our prices were never aa low as on this lot THE BON MARCH E. S2.00, ?Were $4. $5, and $6. We hare decided to close out our entire line of stripes and check Jackets; all alias; the prices were $4, $5, and $6, you can take your choice at $2; don't wait, if you want to secure one. THE BBB OO NN N It B O O N S N BBB O O N N N BR O O S JH BBB OO N NN MM MM A PUR CCO H H FEB M MM M A A R R O 0 II H R M MM M A A RRR O KHH KB M M A AAA R R O O U H K M M M A A R fi COO 11 U EEli _ ml 313 7th st. n. w. Dress Goods MAREl.D DOWN FRICES. FOR 60o. PER YARD WE OFFER A T.OT OF ALL WOOL FRENCH DRESS GOOL'S, 4'J INCHES WIDE, THAT HAVE BEEN REDUCED FEOM G2}< AND 75o. BORDERED DRESS GOODS REDUCED FROM $1.50 TO $1. FINEST WOOL HENRIETTAS REDCCED FROM $1.25 TO $1. REDUCTION IN INDIA SILKS. $1 INDIA SILKS REDUCED TO 75o. $1.25 INDIA SILKS REDUCED TO $1. WE HAVE 200 8TYLE3 TO SELECT FROM, THEY ARE ALL GENUINE INDIA GOODS AND ARE GREAT BARGAINS. BARGAIN IN BLACK CAMEL'S HAIR GRENA DINES, 42 INCHE3 WIDE, AT $1; WORTH $1.50. NEW SCOTCH GINGHAMS IN CHOICE STYLES. STRIPED DIMITY AT 15c.; WORTH 25o. BEAU TIFUL AND FINE WASH GOODS. HEMMED STITCHED WHITE GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY. MEN'S NEGLIGE SHIRTS FROM $150 TO $4; FULL STOCK OF BEAUTIFUL STYLES. LACES AND NETS IN ALL QUALITIES AND PRICES; SPECIAL BARGAIN IN LACE FLOUNCING AT $2. WORTH $3. LOUISINE SILKS AND WASH SU RAHS FOR BLOUSES AT 75o. AND $1. ?. M. 6HU3TER * SOWS. myO 819 PENN. AVE. N.W. Mrs. 31. J, Hunt, l:S09 F STREET NORTHWEST, Ha* just returned from New York and will be pre pare I ou THURSDAY, May 9. To dismay afull Hue of the Lalest Importation of SUMjIER MILLINi.RY For Drt*r>s and Sea-glue \*e Lr. Also, Garden Hats in unique <i;-uyn. in> 6 I^UILADELPHIA StORB Have received a new line of Hemstitched Flouncing*. 27 and 45 inches wide, choice styles. Persian Draperies in the new coloring*, imitation China Silks, 12J^c. to 35c. BLACK GOODS. We have Just received a full line of Priest ly's Black goods in Nun's Veiliuvs, Batistes, Cliallia , fences, Henriettas, and Gookueres. Fancy Stripes, Melrose, Sebastopol, Ar mures and Indus. Full line of Black Silks, Rhadamas, Failles, Surahs, &e.; Striped Surahs, Black and colors, 85c. to $ 1.25. Extra values in Black Surah, 55c., 65c? 75c? $l,end $ 1.25. French Percais. extra width, new designs, 12?c. A banrain in Men's Fancy Half Hose, extra ?alne. ISc. Children's Derby Rib'd, fast Black Hose, sizes 0 to 12)sc. A great bargain. Children's Shirt WaistN, made ui Outing Flannel, beaiuiiul style*. siz-s 4 to 12y< ars, only 25c. Try to make them for the price. Do not miss the great bargains we are of fering in Mattings and oil Cloths. CARHART k LEIDY, ma4 828 7th and 70ti K st. n.w. Big Drive In DDD RKll Y Y GGO OO OO HDD oW D DR RY Y O GO OO OD DS 11 D I) KRR YY O OOOODD 8SS? D DR R Y G GOO OO OD Dc 3 DDD R R Y GOG OO OO DDD bS4is INFORMATION. Dry Goods is an entirely new departure with us. Sell ssjne a little above cost in order to introduce this De partmeut, and that account* for the Constant xush in that quarter of the store. RSSS A TTTT TTTT FEE FEE NN N RSSa JJ AA T T E E N N N 2 ?"ss, A A T T KB F.R N N N bSSR s 3 AAA T T E E N N N ? 2 _ DSSs A A T T EEE EES N NN SS8 _ We have made ourselves "Famous" by carrying the Largest and Best Selected stock of Ratteens In the Dis trict. and our patterns, design", and quality have bven the cause of a great deal of favorable comment, ana we Lride ourselves of having exclusive styles that cannot o found in any other house. OFrKUINGS. 100 designsof 18c. Satteens wiU be (old at 12Mc a yard. :">o d -siyns of 25o. Satteens will be aold at 20c. a yd. 25 designs of 35c, Satteens will l>e aold at 25c. a yd. WHITE GO<jDS. * In this department we are going to give you soma Big Drives, and you cannot fail to call ou us. OFFKkINO 100 pieces of Sc. Fancy Clucked Nainsook will be sold at Mtjc. a yd. lOOpieiesof 12c. Striped and Checked Nainsook will bo sold ?t fcc. a yd. 75 idee s of l.V. S.riped and Checked Nainsook will be acid at 10c. a yd. GINGHAMS. We have got *"em," sudot tl.e lieat ?ort. too, com* prising all styles iu Dress or Aptun chicks. Coma ami aoe ua, and we will do rUut Uj you. OFF BU'NGK. 75 pieces of 10c. Gingha.ns will he sold at Sc. a yd. lOupieceaof 12;-$e. Gingnams will be sold at loo a yd. HOpleceaof 16c. Ginghams will be sold at 12Ma a yd. 2o places of 12Wc. Challia will be sold at 8c. a yd. HOUSFK t.KPING GOODS. Best BorraiiiS?B18 i' V A LUES--i Jig Assortment? and nowhtro better, i ry ua and aje if It ia not so. OilER'NGs. 50 doc. of 15c. Damsaa All-linen Towels at 10c. each. AO dot of 18c. Damask All-Linen Towels at 12Ha each. 50 dox. of 25o. Damaak All-Linen Towels at 18c. each. 50 dos. of 35c. Extra 81xs Knotted Fringe Towel* at 25c. each. All can be had at the leading up town store, the A RRR CCO A DDD F.KB AA RRCU AA DDE A A RRB O A A D D KB 2 2 ?co8 Ldd 2e? r fl3-3ni 818 Seventh Street u. w. Gbooan'b Credit House, 7.10 Ai>I> 7417111 ST. N.W. EAST WEK ELY OR. MONTHLY PAYMENTS TAKEN. BED-ROOM SLITS, in Puclar, iivm $16 np. BtX> ROOM SUITS, iu Oak and Cherry, frum $3&. ?l P-ROOM 8JL,riS.\?alnut. Y'* BID-ROOM St riS. Vtaluut.lrom ^^AUCkrp*, 0U Cloths, andMatOngs laid^ft^e< Tuesday, Mat 7th. 1889* office or WOODWARD ft LOTHROP. ITkU Column Changed ?r<vy Day.) A* announced yesterday, w* are having a Grand Sals of Whit* Goods. Sateen*. GlUg hams, Challie*. and Flannels. GINGHAM NEWS. A few item* that tell tU? G.ngliam story more forcibly than a colons of talk. Lace Striped Zephyr Gtarhams at 25e. Scotch Ginghams In plaids, stripes, and plain aLidea, at 25o. Pride of the Gingham prod acta at 37H. *0, 45. and 00c. Beautiful! Embroidered Gingham Robes at 9X2.50, $13.60, and |18 each. Everything la here? the edging. inserting, and flouncing to match. Ginghams. plain, fancy, and bordered. American Ginghams. Plaida, strip**, checks, plain shades to instate, 12^0. (Second floor.) FRENCH BATEKNS. Another hundred pieces of fine French Sateens. Yon may see a few patterns here that you see elsewhere, but the majority of them are not to be found out side of our establishment. We picked them out ouraelvee with the understanding that they w?re to be confined to us for Washington. Take those combination Sateen Patterns, for Instance. They are the richest of the season's supply. Plain and Plirured that were made to go together. Plenty for full suit So per pat tern. With Parasol to match. $s. Evening shadae in Plain French Sateens for May-ball costumes, *<\ WHITE GOODS. We are adding to our es tablished reputation as "Headuuartsrs" for White Goods. We placed on sale this morning, fresh from the custom-house at New York, our monthly importation of White India Linon*.and 49-inch Swiss I.awn. Neither need an introduc tion to our regular t atrons. as they hare stood the test of ei<ht years' ssle by us. and every year th* demand (rrows larger. If you are searching for White Goods you further your own interest In looking through our stock. Eleven qualities of India Linon, from 10c. per yard np. 48-inch Swiss Uwns, 2!>c. We have again replenished the center table at Whito Goods at 12V4<3. Excellent values. EMBROIDERIES right across from White Goods to make matching easy. Real Hand Hemstitched Edgimrs and Flouncing*. W* were ahead of the fashion with them. The atock Is yet full of the beat to be had in Hemstitched Embroideries. (Second floor.) FLANNET,9. It seems a pity to lear* so much unsaid about Flannels, but we haven't the space to spare. Let these few words stand for the stock. All that you have heard or read about in Flannels are here?if they are worth or.r selling and your buying. Cream All-Wool Tennis Flannel. 27-inch, at 25c.; 31 and 37Hc. French All-Wool Flannel. In plaid* and stripes. Good for any of the various summer uses. 37Kc. Rest French Flannels, for wrappers and house dresses, at 55, 65 and 75c. AU the "Outing" Flanuels of course. REDUCTIONS IN BRAIDED ROBES. To close out the balance of these particular lot* of Braided Rolies at once we have reduced their prices as follows: The $7 Robes down to"$3. The #10 Robes down to $5. The $12.50 Robes down to $7.50, The #15 Robes down to $10. Fach pattern contains sufficient plain ma terial and braided trimmings for full suit. An exceptionally good chance to set an excellent dre s for a very small amount. We shall close ont the balance of our fifty-cent all-wool colored Albatross at 25c. per yard. 38 inches wide. Only a few rleces left. (First fleor, second annex.) A NOTABLE ARRIVAL. Jnst *rrived-100 doz. Children's Black Ribbed Cotton Hose, full regular made, sizes 8, b><, H, 9H, and 10 for large boys and nusse*. Only 25c. per pair. (First floor.) BOYS. Boys' White Jean Drawers, knee lentfth, with tai>e str.nifs and elastic web at kn-e. Sizes 4 to 14 years. 45 to 58c. per pair. (First floor.) BA1H ROBES. New line of White English Terry Bath Wraps, $3.50. Same in Light Fancy Mixtures, $5. Suitable for both ladies and men. (First floor.) "INITIAL" HANDKERCHIEF Just as good a line to-day as we had Christmas. Un laundered at 15, 20, X5 and 29c. Laun dered at 20c. each, 6 for $1; 29c. each, 0 for $ 1 50., and 35o. each. 3 for $ 1. (First fl'Kir.) LUSTRINE AND MOHAIR SUITS. Elegant line of Ladies' Mohair Brilliautine Suits, made up after the latest foreign mode, with plaited front and ravers, acoordioo plaited panel and Stylish draperies, $18. "Dirockiire" Brilliautine Suits $17. WASH SUITS. Sateen aud Giughara Suits for warm Weather wear. These are niaoe up plain and combination styles?the "Directo;re" leading. Light, effective colorings that amack of excursiona, picnic*. Jtc. Counting worry, trouble of fitting and th* cost of the materials, you will find it Just as economical to buy these Wash Suits ready made. They are mor* stylish and better fin ished than those of any previous season. $ 10, 815, $18.50, $ i0. $22.50 and $25 each. Ja*. McCreery S Co.'* celebrated "Hollywood" Ginirliam Suits are in this stock at the New York prices. (Third floor.) JERSEYS AND BLOUSES. Jerseys have got their sccotid wind, aud are again vigorously stridiag into popular favor. The Bioui.cs have helped rather than h.ndered their sale. We have both, aud in a more extensive variety of kinds, styles and qualities than ever before shown. Plain Jerseys, Smocked Jerseys, Plaited Jerseys, Braided Jerseys, "Directoire" J rseys, Ac. Braided Jerseys from $2.25 to $8. Plaited and Smocked Jerseys, in black and all Colors. Stylish and serviceable, $3.50, $4.50 and $5. The $5 style was $7. BLOUSES. These will be worn to a greater extent this season than last. You have begun to appreciate their adaptability, comfort, be comingness aud reasonable. For neglige wear, tennis, boating, outing, fcc., it is unrivaled. Splendid line of Jersey Blouses, smocked and braided; colors, Navy and Cardinal. Misses' aizes $3. Ladief' sizes $4.50. Also, a splendid line of Ladies' Blouses in colors, with whit* polka-dot sailor collar and tic. An entirely new style. $4.75. All-Silk English Blouse Waists, plaited front and back, and puffed and tucked sleeves. Fashionable shapes and exceedingly dressy. Colors, Cream, Cardinal. Black, old Rone. Lis'ht Blue, Pink, Navy, Hazard, Grey, Ac., $0. SPECIAL. All-Wool Flannel Blouses, In a variety of attractive stripe*, correct and stylish shapes. #2.50, $2.75 and $3.25. Plain Cream, $2.75. (Third floor.) CHILDREN'S GOODS. 1,000 Children's White Pique Sun Bonnets, 25c. 1,000 Children's White Braided Pique Sun Bonnets, 37X and 50c. 500 Children's White Corded Pique Sun Hats, 50, 75c? and $1. 300 Children's Corded Mull Sun Hata, in White, Cream, Pink, and Light Blue, $1.75. Children's Fine Mull and Embroidery Caps, in fashiouable and becoming style* and shapes, 60c., 75c? $1, $1.25 to $3.25. We offer you in addition to these low prices the advantage of a large assortment (Second floor.) BARGAIN IN DAMASK. 20 pieces 72-lnch Full Bleached Soft-finished German Linen Satin Damasks iu seven choice suioll figured patterns at the low price of 80c. A judge of Linens would call itcheap at 10c. more. (Second floor.) SUMMt.lt CARRIAGE BOBES. When you lay aside the heavy Robe lei u* show you our line of liirht-weights for summer use The Kobe business is growing steadily, and it ena ble-) us to show a great variety of kinds and qualities. Linen Lap Robe*, 65c? 75c, $1 and $1.25 ""ii.niie Cloth Lap Bobea, 50, CO, 75, 90c., and $1 e.ich. Embroidered Momie Lap Robes, 90c., $1, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75. ai;d $2 each. Lap ltobes oi t-erges. Flannels, and Llght weigut Cloths, in ligut, medium, and dark col oriii.-a, plain shades, Pliids, .^trijies, Checks, aud Embroidered. $2, $2.50. $2.To. $3, $3.20, $:5.50, $3.75, and $5 each. You will find no newer style* anywhere, and no lower price*, we are sure. (Fourth floor.) LOOSE COVERS TO ORDER. We have the facilities for taiuiur a few tnore orders for cov ering furniture. You may aclect any of material you want. We have a choice line of Striped Linen*. Smooth finished and alike on both sides'no rivht nor wroi g>. \?e have iu experienced and com petent cutter, and m.aranlee both the work and the price. We will send a man to take the measurements, and submit you an **tini?t* lree of charye. Here are the prices of Furniture Coverings for the benefit of those who mak* their covers themselves: Stilled Linens, no wrong side, and no rough suriace to .-eratoh the furniture or rub the aTk tapestry, Oti Inch, 60c. per yard; 33 inch, 25c. ''wi-iuch Tapestry, goodcolore. 35c. 50-inuh Tapestr.ea, in thr** excs.lent quali ties, choic* colorings, 60c., 7oo. aud $1 per yard, (Foul ourth floor.) WINDOW SHADES READY-MADE. Ws snd competent shade-makers, and guarantee absolute satisfaction. Her* are our thr** special Um: Window Shade* of tinwtnsn Hollamd. com plete, ready to hang. Stt inch** wid* and 3 yards long. 43c. Window Shades ot Hand made Opaqo*. This Quality shuts out thegiareof the son, sad pro duces a soft, clear light. Complete. 80s. Wludow Shades of Scotch Holland, th* M shade material rait* Complete, 70s. (Juurvh Soar.) WOODWARD ft LOTHBOP, 1*7 UM. UlkarilM.ni, About Palais Royal Pricks. Of mum imr article haa the price-mark ettac?*>d. When that price la affiled bo calculation la mada foe ttoa who newer w. ao. to mil with, 10 par cent laaa profit la enabled than at tba credit atone If apace would permit It ocruid also ba shown that ?i boy from 7 to lOparoent cheaper thaa tha majority at mar chant* When the meetmarhed tm p?<dt Ihm M?U and K>U art LHtred then art yua qfersd korgwint ?? M A V *n Ksa_ aaaa J jft }} Q Lll /n ? o??o Ty VT A ?; uK,k 8 8 V ?A fe k R OO T A A 1UJ. REDUCED PRICES rOR MAT 8 TIL MIT'S GOO D8?Warranted All-Bl'k Half Ho*. 50c. a pair. Pretty atnpea of combination colors. We challenge tba 41 Socks of elaewhere to cooipsrlson, and leave you to be Judge 8till all (Ismi to the BeL Shirts and Drawers at 2ttc. Tba window. where samples are displayed, 1* fuzed Into by many hnn dre.l? daily, amoug whom we notice not only tba won dering public, but surprised competitors JtWELRY?Price surprise tornjrrow. We wont do predate tha Immense variety by mearer descrip tions. At 2So- and 50o. spi<*e Scarf-Dins, La.?* llns. Earring*. Hair Ornament*, Bracelets. S'.eevs-buttotia The usual dollar's worth for 25c. and 50c FANS?At Kite t-wsn Feather Fans, rain ted. not daubed. Blue. Pink, Cream. White. Gray, Red. with Gold Sticks. We hare bad, and have, a grand stock of Fans at 94c. each, but thass at 89o. mist ba compared with *2 fana KUoES?20 per cent dlsoount. One-fifth off tha prlia marked on the aole. Remember what wa told you "about Palais Royal prices" and how tha pnee-marka are affiled to the grxyls. AKT GOODS?10 per ceut discount Jspsreaa. Rudolatadt and Eurlish pottery. The prices marked on these wares will surprise yoo. Fair-ai*ed Japaneae Rose Jars for 25o. Re?l "Royal Woroester" Pinhers, marked 83. $4 50, 94.75. 95 aud up to 110 that'll coat you half as mivh strain at the credit stores. Really no ne?l to offer 10 per cast discount, but ask and tret It to-morrow. PARA *OLS?Combination lots mean rare bargains to the initiated. Hera are prizes to be found In the C4.9S lot. A fawn color silk lace parasol lined with ?Ilk; long twiated baruboo handle, belouk."* properly to the (0.50 grade. You'll also no", ice in the 94.98 lot Moirs bilk psrssols, with Satin atripes. w hich are out lined with tiny stripe of white. Hi.idles of scented wood, bamboo, natural wood, crooked and straight, the 95.t>8 parsaols of yesterday. In the (3.98 lot are Lyon's new style detachalile handle para-ols. Tbo?e of Gma Grain Silk, with tiny border of white, will at tract yoor atteution. No wonder; you may see them elsew here at (5. One other in this city and for wulch the purchaser paid elsewh-re fJo. We allude t? tha Pstin striped Silk Mull Parasol of accordion plaits, lining of white Onina 811k, which also covers tha ribs, lartre ribbon bow and ailk tassel. Price 918 98. UNDERWEAR?Samples of tha folloaing may be no ticed to-morrow In the larva center show-window. Once more we ask you to remember how we mark tha prices on our goods. Ribbed Silk Vests marked Trie, for 5fic. Fibbed Lisle Vesta marked 75c. lor 6'.>c. Ribbed Balbrigiran Vests marked &0C. for 35a. Jersey Gauze Vests marked 25c. for 19c. COTTON CNDEiiWEAR?Choice of all onderrar tntnts marked 98c. for 84c. Forty-nitia diflirent styles are shown in Skirts, Gowns, Chemises, Coraet Covarj, Drawers, of Cambric aud Cotton trimmed with beat embroideries and laces. HOSIERY?Combination lota that are tba talk of our patrons and competitors. At 25c. a pair, four styles of Boot-Pattern Hose that sold st 35c. Oua style of faat colore in Mode* Tans aud Grays. AT 35c. A PAIR?Silk-finished Lisle Hoee In nearly twenty styles that aold at 55c. Many styles English boot pattern lioae that are marked 4Sc. Schopi?r's Hose In twenty-four shaiies tlist sold at 44c. Fast Black Hose, considered such splendid value at 44c. All go at 3 pairs for 41. AT 45c. A PAIR?Richelieu Rib 811k Lisle Hoee that usually retail at 75c. AT 75c. A 1 AIR?Spun Silk Hose in boot patterns of nearly fifty diflerent color combinatious. that sold at 85c. Siik-fiui?hed French Lisle 11..se in thirty-uius different atylea. many aold at $1.25. EMBROIDERIES?Since we wrote tba adrertiee ment below we have derided on offering thoaa em broideries that show alfna of the old. cram ped quarters at 20 per cent discount. A create where it shouldn't be and you can claim oue-flilL off the price you'll sea marked on the embroidery. Special Sale Of Embroideries AT THE PALAIS ROYAL. "A better variety." "Much pro tier detiffnt." "Considerably lower price** "A poor place to thaw them." Such are the expressed sentiments of those who go aahopplngfor Embroideries and who ultimately ar rive at the Palais Royal's Embroidery Department. *A poor place to thotn them." We've been told that as often as the bet) variety I've $em.'% NOTICE OF REMOVAL tW Tha clerks of the Embroidery departments in vite their customers to a houee-warniiug in the new quarters, situated in store No. 1119 Pennsylvania avenue. The bright light that streams through the three win dows of the enlarged and improved Embroidery De partment will reflect ita cheerfalneaa in the facea of ' the clerks and on the pure white surface of the Em broideries, only again, we trust, to be caught up by ' your looka of satisfaction aud approbation. (Continued below.) The Special Sale Prices For MONDAY, TCE8DAY, WEDNESDAY. May 6. May 7. May 8. 50c. yard for aix different patterna in 22-lnch Em broidery, suitable for Children's Dresses. The usual 75c. goods. 68c. yard for four beautiful designs In 45-lnch S-viss ' Flouncing*, 38 inches of the width being embroidered in delicate and close patterns, that usually retail at (1 ? yard. 81 yard for five styles of 45-inch [hemstitched Swiss Flouncinga, 5-lnch hem and 38 inches of embroidery. You haven't seeu such quality .heretofore at leas than 8L25. THE 1889 HEMSTITCHED embroideries. You'll find patterns here not to ba found elsewhere, but w Aaven't tak n advantagt of t-hio Jact and tucked en extra profit*. You'll also flu 1 here the same*p?ttsrna as elsewhere, and tee earnettlp requc* a rompa-itow ofprire*. 1 to 4 in. Hemstitched Embroideries, 2 Jc. to 50a 22 In. Hemstitched Embroideries, 55c. to 8168. 30 in. Hemstitched Embroiileries, 85c. to 91.75. 45 in. Hemstitchsd Embroideries, 91 to C-i 63. 60 lu. Hamstitched Embroideries, $3.98 to $5. tW Not only co'ni?rison of prices with elsewhere requested, but of quantity and variety. the PALAIS ROYAL. (Continued below.) 22'Inch Apron Embroideries, also used for Children's Dresses. 'Shown in Swiss and Nainsook. Hematitrhed aud tu ked effects. Prices40c? 50c., 60c . 68c? 75c? 81. 8L25.81.S&, ?1 50. 81.68. 91 85 and 82 a yard. (Continued below.) 45-1 nch Wide Embroideries. Skirtinlfs aad All-over of Cambric, Nainsook and Swiss in new, beautiful and varied patterns. The low priced with less depth of embroidery, but of fins and close patterns, 98c. to 95 yard. Inserting aad narrow and medium fwldths to match in pattern, st proportionately low prices. (Continued below.) Embroideries For Underwrar. CAMBRICS, 5, 6, 7, 8. 9.10.12*c. yd. MATCH 8ETS of narrow, medium and wide edge; Insert i ng and all-over for seta of D nderwear. INSERTING of Cambric and Nainsook, fre? 6 to 9 Inchea wide. 35, 45. 50. and 68c. yd. OOLOBED embroideries, all colon, 5 to Z5e. IRISH POINT EMBROIDERIES in match Beta t 2 to 9 inchea wide, 25c. to 91 yard. EVERLASTING EDGES from 4 to 14c. yd. herringbone Trimming. New designs la White and colors, 17 to 25c. doan. (Continued below.) 1889 Whit* Dress Goods. Pique fine welt, 22.25, 30. 85c. Pique, In la rye welt, figures, and ehecka, 48a. Dreee Lawn, 1)4 yarda wide. 12)4 15c. India Linen, 1244 16. 20. 22. *5. 38c. Persian Lawn. 16. 22. 25, 36a Dreas Linen. 25. 35. 45c. Nainsook. 12H, 16, 80. 25,29, S5. 4*c. French Nainsook, lli yards wide, 28, 30. 35.45c. tomm Cambric. 15, 2a 25. 35. 42s. Check Muslins. 8, 10.12M. 16. 20. 25c. Check sad Strips Nainsooks, hemstitched. 15 to SC Swiss, 10,12.16. 25, 29.35s. Tsrleton, all oolors, 15c. a yard. ?ST Hovelttae to Mualin m PALAIS ROT AI? Oar. 12th aud Pa. L a int n .w, AA XH 1 ?* A A ft X K *8S_ " AAA N N.N .2 **" A A H KX ?iva* s" n t", r, s ii i s K r"S hhu tU K U d?M If M V?A S3 EJ 0??0 AAA 1HM ? g 'oO ?HOPPEB'8 IXFOBMATIO*. whit* ooora is our topic to-iut. *> ?ui talk about WHITE GOODS and tell ynu what tnda** menu we bar* to o*?r la thla iMpartinent. ^ '** warm weather la gradaally ai'prua Ltu# upea us. buy now wbes the stock n ixaiplMa. although naw thing* arrive dally. Our buyer aayt wa never had aucA a handeome ato.k before. Read what w* have to nay; 8.000 T ALI>* INDIA USE*, AT 8 CT* 6.000 TAKDS INDIA LINE*. AT 8 CTA 5.000 varus india link*. at 10 ct*. S.500 Y ALI>8 INDIA LINEN. AT 12?? CT*. Wa consider thla tba b~t for the price sve* o(m& 3.000 YARDS INDIA LINEN. AT 15 CT*. !W?00 TARD8 INDIA LINKS. AT 18 CT*. 2,500 VAED8 INDIA LINEN, AT 20 CT*. Our two specialties are tLe qualities in INT>TA LINEN which w* have placed on our counters at ?,'5c. and 30 rta. I LAID MUSLIN8. PLAID MU8I.INS. Ton will Bud our stock of thrar g ,vla aa complete aa It can poealbly he; there are from 300 to 400 rarU.ua atyles. each and every one desirable Our pncea jow [ will And to be correct, and will mart the kwuast com [ petition. Price* range from ??H to 30c. p?r yard. CHEESE CLOTHS. CHLESE CLOTHS. They make eiquiaite draper!'* aa wall aa a coul mm mer dreaa and are really iaeK|*?tiM.\ e. We are showing thia claaa of goods In all ouncelvahi* color* at 8 and 1?H cents per yard. nXBST WEAVES IN 1 AMRKIO. " impoasibls for ua to enumerate the varlnta brands of tbeae goods. but wa make mention of our apertalty. JONti CAMBUC, 42 Inches wide, fine quality at 25c. per yard. TUCKIXOS. TICKING*. Thla material comes In all-over and lac* lucking both abaer and heavy A splendid tuck at 50o. A better one at 63c. per yard. Ol'TlXG CLOT118. OUTIXG CLOTHS. This claoa of cultiuir la well adapted for See .-bar*, lawn Tenuis, Boating or Uountain Wear. They ruui* in beautiful nileml *tri|?e and plaids ?00 pieces OUTING CLulH. atrip. of ail <x,U** medium or wide at 12c$?, 220|>ieces Oi l ISO CLOTH In strir<e* and r'-'to tbeae a-c beautiful. We aai. only lie. per ?ard 185 Pieces OUTING CLOTH In atrljw* ?Ud figures at 17c., value 23c. 34 inches wide. Our 37 O quality OCTINO CLOTHS are noMhr their superior quality, being half wool and warranted Bon-shrinkable. We have added during tli* put week aome elegant new pattern* In EMBBolDKBED FLANNELS. The price? are reasonable. TLejr com& 1l all colon and widths of einbroide ries. Our 75c. Fat tenia are boauti**. They an guaran teed not to ravel. OCB PABASOL 8TTUATI0X. Through aeveral chance purchase* we are enabled to offer you aoine elegant valuta in fALiM n m ^ the pick from the bent uiak.-ra. Our (election of th* beat material* tad trimmlnga. Onp Dove]ties In styles. Our urm assortment. Our close caieiiiationa, and Our low nee* Have m&de us The LEADING and the LABGE8T BETAILEBS at PAliASOLS and UMBIiLLLAS in the city. A PEEP AT ACTUAL SPECIAL P1UCES. 50 ORIENTAL LACE COVERED PARASOLS, natural atiakaof varloua *h*|>e*. at $ i vh; value S3 25 240 GLORIA CLOTH UMBRELLAS, with long La T jeca silver handle# la several deaiKiia, ;>uragon Iraine, at S225. 75 BLACK GR09 GRAIN 8TT.K PAR ASOLS, inter mingled with ?tripos of saUu. imiahwi with abuny atick, at #1.98, wonh S2.73. 100 CANOPV TOP PAR A 80L8 In all colore, aatla finished, with bone tips, oaragon. pretty k?-hi+. whj, bow attached, at *2.75, ELEGANT SILK I'ABA SOLS, in Plaid* and Stripe*, detachable handle, ?caitthlng new and novel; will fl? any *ize trunk good aaaoruuent of aUcka, at S3.ft0t value 84. BS. CHILDREN'S PABASOLS. 200 CHILDRa.N'H 1'ARAfOLS in aU oolora, with flowered borders, very neut and pretty for the little ouea, at 25c ; *i?clal good thing. 100 SATIN PAKASOL8 for chlldtan, is all color*, with fancy eticka, at 50c.; worth t>3c. 100 UlaSES' PABAbOLS in all COLORS, fall **? and shape, at t?Sc. SCRAPS FBOSI HEBE AND THERE. Select a FAN to wear with your new dreaa; tt don't matter what shape, color, or material your fancy sug gest* we'll have tt for you. OUB KLW BELTS ARE IN. A new creation In BELTS, made of BTRAW, the strongest kind of a Bit. anyway it la a novelty, will only coat you 25c. Lota of new things out In LADIF8' NECKWEAB: the FAUNTLEBOT SETS, the DIBECTOIBE SET'S, the LMPIBE SilTS, COLLAB AND CUFFS TO MATCH. MULL TIES for 1 ?Hr. worth 30c. 6AT1EEN COB8ET8 In all such colon aa eon. drab, pink and gold, alao white for 6Wc., you cant match them for 81. 1 hen we are Waahington agenta for that new arrangw ment the SELF-OPENING C0B8ET. Prtce 81. No more breaking of staels by having- a pair of the**. Al*o Waahingtou agenu for that well-known "HEB MAJESTY'S COBSEr." The best Const In lb* world tor *tout people. Price 82 75. Our 81.68 GOWN la the bast w* have ever had?It la made of the best quality Cambric, made Mother Bub bard atyla, with yoke of tack* and inserting of Valen clennea Lace, and alao a ruffle of the laoa around neck and Sleeve, and down the front finished with herring bone stitching; full GO inches in length. We hsvs special good things In WBAPl'EBS and TKA GOWNS. In our BLANKET, COMFORT and SPREAD DE PARTMENT we have the following. SPECIALS. A full Une of SUMMER BLANKETS at 8S.?b. 84 85, 8C and 87 per pair. Can alao be had single at half of above pricee. Alao a full aaeortment of WHITE and COLOBED SPREADS at the lowest market pncee, especially in Dimity and Pique Qullta. One caae of fits FUBNTTUBE SATINK REM NANTS, from 1 to 10 yarda; superb pattaraa. suitable for Decoratijna and Furniture use In general Only 10c. per yd. Regular price, 25c. An lmmenaa lot of figuied Satlne Bemnanta, m ranged in 8,10, and 12-yd patterns, at 8*r.. worth 1 '-*>4c.; at 1?V ? wonh 25c. 2 caeea of ENGLISH CHEVIOT K KMX ANTS, nicely arranged In auitable petunia, only 8c per yd., worth 12Hc. 1 caae of SCOTCH-WASH POPLTX, in pattern* front 7 to 12 >da , only 10c. per yd., worth I5o. Send your sddraea to us sad we wjl **nd yoa ? Faahluc Sheet every month gratia. Ham 1 la* cheerfully cent to any part of tt>* United Statea. Wa have but one price for everybody, and that la Ik* OPT OF TOW* PEOPLE, visiting the city, oan make oar ? Ws will attend to any little < Our store is centrally located and convenient lar aB