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THE EVENING STAR.
WASHINGTON: no^TDAT Mar so, 1SW?. ? R04RV v 1IH l> (editor THE EVK.NIM; fTAH ham the fullest Ural I irrulntion of any >m?papcr in I be World, i.ad ?? nil Advertising Medium ia worth more iku all ibe other papers published 1b W ashinginn. New York Office: Room 93, Tribune Building. Statement of the circulation of The Evening Ftar for the week ending May 18, 1889: Monday, May 13. 1889 28.637 Tcksdat. May 14. 1889 28,7GO WrpjismT. Mat 15. 1S89 29,210 Thcrsdat. May If,. 1819. 28,901 Fripat. May 17. 18*9 31,696 fcAiukiiAV, May 18, 1889 33,561 Total 180,831 Dailt Average 30,138 Corresponding Week. 1888 . 26,772 I solemnly ira-'ar that the above is a true and correct statement of the circulation of The Evening Star for tho week ending May 18, 138'J. F. B. Notes, Treasurer Evening Stir Newspaper Co. Subscribed and sworn to before mo this twentieth day of May, A. D. 1889. John T. C. Clark, Notary Public. The April number of the Volapuk paper pub lished at Constancc by Schleycr. the inventor of the proposed universal language, records the end of the first ten years of tho existence of the language, the publication of the hun dredth number of the paper, and the issuance of the thousandth diploma to teachers of the language. Sehleyer says, editorially: "I look back on these first ten years of Volapuk with mingled feelings; first, with great joy over the remarkable spread of Volapuk on the whole earth, and because of the beautiful literature of our young universal language of only ten year's growth; but.second, also with a touch of sadness, because these Terr years have been years of hard work, years of deprivation, of sickness, of tribulations, of poverty, of strifes, of scorn?few, indeed, will believe the hardships 1 have endured." The language whose invention caused Schlever to be derided as a crank has of late grown re markably in favor even among the English speaking peoples, who have been repelled by certain peculiarities of Volapuk, especially cer tain difficulties in pronunciation, and who have been the last of the leading civilized nations to take up its study and use with earnestness. English Volapuk dictionaries, and hand-books have recently been published, Volapuk news papers are printed in this country, and books of translations into Volapuk appear from time to time. The latest publication of this char acter is a translation of the Proverbs of Solomon into the universal language, and the words of the man of wisdom now address them selves to the Volapnkist, whether he be a Chinaman or an American. The advantages of a simple, common language, by means of which the whole world may communicate, without, however, the surrender of any of the existing languages, are so obvious that the general use tor international communication of Volapuk or a modified Volapuk. or n substitute of some sort for Schleyer's language, is among the Strong probabilities of the future. Somebody is spinning dreadful yarns in con nection with the Oregon and Transcontinental company's affairs. The Ames party publish an advertisement addressed to the stockholders, bearing date May 17. and soliciting proxies, be cause they have "held during the past year the largest permanent investment in the stock of your company;" and side by side with it ap pears one from the Villard party, dated just a day later, and calling for proxies on the ground that they have "held during the past year much the largest permanent investment." Ac. It is obviously impossible for the one party to have held "the largest" at the same time that the other party were holding "much the largest" permanent investment; but the Villard party go further and claim to represent "a majority of its (the company's) capital stock." If that is true, what do they want of anybody's proxies? Why do they not vote the stock they represent? Channcey M. Depew got off a peculiar com pliment to the press the other day when he ex plained the celebrity of the Yale class of 1853 by saying that "one half its members went into journalism and praised the other half." and yet that only partly solves the problem If the other half had not given the journalistic half something to praise, there would have been no such wonderful growth of fame as has been witnessed. The key to success and celeb rity. as Mr. Depew's own career will testify, is first to have something good to offer for the public service, and then to advertise it for all it is worth. If any question is raised over the confirma tion of Solomon Hirsch's nomination for the Turkish mission when Congress meets next winter. Mr. Mitchell can be depended upon to see his fellow Oregonian through in safety if ?'senatorial courtesy" will do it. The Senator's term expires in 1*91. and his most dangerous rival would have hard time in engineering the canv.tss at Salem from a place as far away as the shore of the Bosphoru*. Considerable surprise is manifested by sundry northern newspapers at the establishment of a Grand Army post in Charleston. S. C.. and yet there is nothing wonderful in it. Even as long tu) twenty-four years ago there were enough I'mon soldiers in Charleston to have estab lished several posts. They had a hard time getting there, but they got there all the same. In spite of the terrorism which the nihilist propaganda is once more endeavoring to exer cise m Russia, the list of gentlemen willing to Step into Minister Rice's official shoes gives no Sign of shrinking. These aspirants for diplo matic honors doubtless reason 'twere better to have gone abroad and been blown up, than Sever to have gone abroad at all. Buffalo Bill gave a private view of his show to the president, cabinet, diplomats and news paper men in Paris on Saturday. Mr. Cody can give those Frenchmen several interesting points ou the way to handle the preliminaries of a big exhibition. Georgia holdr a convention this week to de Vise methods of improving the roads of th* State. The keeu appreciation shown by Georgia of one of the greatest material needs ol the whole south, and the organized effort to ac complish a reform in this respect indicate that the state intends to keep well to thr> front in tile march of southern progress. The Senate of the Vnited States is appre ciated at its value only when compared with the English house of lords on the occasion of the periodical attempts to abolish the Litter body. Even if Lord Lonsdale does speak disrespect fully of the north pole, ho deserves credit for knowing enough to come back without waiting to be sent for, as most Arctic explorers have done. The tone of the democratic press in the vest and southwest, since Gov. Hill vetoed the 8axtou ballot reform bill, conveys a warning to the national party convention of 189i that there is a mugwump element getting ready to bolt the democratic ticket it the governor's name heads it. t?*No other paper published has anything like half as many readers in the city of Wash ington as has Tkk Evesinu Star, and no other out has yet supported its claims by an afl davit ffi i? circulation. OT A ?R" i!8* a i ra sS I iMrR p. is T A AK B 88S8A a I.I.T.T. krb BUSINESS HAS sa INCREASED THAT IT IB ABSOLUTELY REQUIRED that I HAVE A L A RRR r.CO F.KB RRR I. AA R R O O K R R I. A A RRR O RE RRR L AAA R R V GO K K R A A R R GOO EEE R R sSS, TTT1 OO RRR EEE ' -? -r n rt ii o 1/ S, T O O R R E SSS 1 O O RRR EE ss?S T O O R R R - '3S3 T OO R K EEE .. the BUILDING TO BE REMODELED. the STORE TO BE MADE WIDER. I SHALL ALSO ADD the ENTIRE SECOND FLOOR for RETAIL TRADE. the INTERIOR TO BE REARRANGED. J. C. hutchinson, 907 PENNA. ate. N. W. millinery, CLOAKS. LACES, EMBROIDERIES, GLOVES, HOSIERY, DRESS trimmings, BCTTONS, CORSETS. HANDKERCHIEFS, RIBBONS, buch1ngs, JERSEY WAISTS, BLOUSES, SILK WAISTS, PARASOLS, CHINA SILKS, FANS, SMALL WARES. CCO U U TTTT C C U U T C U U T C C U U T CCO UU T PPP RRR II CCO FEE cSS? P F R R II O C E 2 s PPP RRR II C EE S8a P BR II OOF. s 2 P R R II CCO EEE sSS3 IN ORDER TO RRR F.F.E DDD U U CCO EEB RRE DDUUCOE RRR FE D n U U C EE RRE DDUUCOE R R EEE DDD UU CCO EEE 8SSS TTTT OO CCC K K S ? T O O C O K K 0bS?8 T O O O KK S??S I O O O O K K Sb T OO COO K K BEFORE MAKING alterations I MUST dis POSE OF ENTIRE STOCK AT A GREAT SACRI FICE. the TIME IS SHORT. the STOCK VERY LARGE MY POSITION TOO PERPLEXING TO ADMIT OF DELAY. MY PLAN IS TO CLOSE out ENTIRE STOOK. EVERY ARTICLE IS MARKED DOWN. CALL AND WITNESS unheard OF PRICES. I TRUST MY REGULAR customers WILL SECURE THE BARGAINS. my20 R? Goldschmtd, 1007-1009 F st. N.W. GREAT UNLOADING SACRIFICE MAY SALE. The Price* Must and Will TelL I therefore Offer Ad ditional and Powerful Attractions for To-morrow. Gem Freezer*, the best in the world, 3qt.,$l.G8; 4 ill.il.*4. ISqt., ?2 4*. *1 Or?iu t Sets for; 8C .: $l..r>0 nets for $1.18; $2 Set* for ? 1 ti>) Lawn Tenuis Rackets. Poles, Tennis Nets, Balls, and Bells at special low price*. The Luxury Haiuuiocks, with stretchers, only 08c.; worth $ l .")0. Genuine Mexican Hammocks, with stretchers and rc>! es. only $1 58. 1 s inlioti iv ?ter Cooler, only 08c.; 2 gallon, tl. 18: 3nuon.91.U8. Thomas celebrated Lawn Mowers, $0.98; worth $10. V each French China Gold Band Cups, Saucer*, and Plates, worth $:i, at $1.48 0 each elegant Hand-Painted English China Cups, Saucers, and Hate*, worth $4, at *1.08. Hand-Punted Oatmeal bowls, 10c. s.,? Square Shape Meat Dishes, worth 50c., at %JJc. Haiid-Pamted American China Breakfast Plates, Oc. each; Dessert Plates. 7c.; Dinner Plates, 8c. BABY CARRIAGES. closely woven. rattan bodies, worth $6.ttH, for $4.78. hoHet^wSth?! ft &7,lre'- b"d40melr up" u?* ,D<1 si'ractive, uphol ttcred in tat ttnett iilk plush. euutl to any carriure Si!?1* AmenC* ,or ?-0- my Pnce for ICE CHESTS. Handsomely finished, warranted lined with felt pa per. worth $3.48, for $8.48. 1 ^ REFRIGERATORS. Medium siie Uefrhrsrators, with corrugated shelves lined with felt paper, warranted toVlveJ^ectsatls jartion, worth $7.48, for $5 1)8 perfect saus wondrous baiyaina wiu be offered on all my bard-wood Kefritferator* from the moat noted uianu lactniiri. Also, hundred* of other bargains too numerous to mention ars exhibited la my windows. R. QOLD8CHKID, 1* 1007-1009 F st. n.w The Progress Or The Age IS NOWHERE MORE OBSERVABLE NOR PRODUC TIVE OF GOOD RESULTS THAN IN THE MANU FACTrRE OF SHOES. THE GENERAL USE OF LIGHT-COLORED LEATHER IS AN ADVANCE MENT IN POINT OF SERVICEABILITY AND ECONOMY THAT EVERT OXE WHO CONSIDERS THESE TWO ITEMS MUST ACKNOWLEDGE. RUSSET LEATHER IS MADE OF GOAT SKIN WHICH IS TANNED WITHOUT OIL. MAKING IT A VERY LIGHT AND "SOFT FOOT COVERING FOR SUMMER. THE COLOR IS MORE SERVICEABLE THAN BLACK BECAUSE IT DOES NOT SHOW DUST NOR CRACK AND LOOK AS SCUFFED AND SHABBY AS THE SAME AMOUNT OF WEAR ON BLACK SHOES WOULD PRODUCE. THEN, TOO. THE BEST QUALITY OF RUSSET SHOES COST LESS THAN THE SAME QUALITY OF BLACK BE CAUSE THE COST OF THE MATERIAL OF WHICH THE SHOES ARE MADE IS LESS. THE CHEAP RUSSET SHOES ARE GOOD FOR NOTHING, AND WHEN THE BEST ARE INEXPENSIVE IT IS THE MOST ECONOMICAL TO BUY THE BEST. MOST PEOPLE wear LOW SHOES IN SUMMER, BUI THERE ARE MANY WHO PREFER HIGH BUT TONED BOOTS. INDEED EVERYBODY SHOULD HAVE ONE PAIR OF HIGH SHOES. FOR THEM WE HAVE A VERY STYLISH BUTTONED RUSSET BOOT WITH PATENT LEATHER TIP. IT IS OF THE BEST QUALITY AND WARRANTED TO GIVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION. LADIES' RUSSET BUTTONED BOOT WITH PATENT LEATHER TIP, 93.00. BBB B B BBB B B BBB U IT U U U U U U UU RRR R R RRR R R R R TTTT T T T T ?SS' my20 1211 F STREET N. W. Rev. L. H. York, Past Department Chaplain, Grind Army of the Republic, desires to say to all good comrades that our bouse contains a complete and incom parable stock of G. A. R. Uniform Suits, to which he gives special attention. He will 1>0 pleased to personally wait on all comrades whenever they come to our house, either for citizens clothes or uniforms. It is a iiuestionMn our minds whether the doctor is a better Grand Army or clothing man. He is certainly an ex perienced clothing man and as certainly a most enthusiastic Grand Army man, and is never hap pier than when talking "Grand Army." ROBINSON, PARKER & CO. To The Point. OUR PURPOSE TO-DAY IS SOT TO BLOW ABOUT THE IMMENSE BUSINESS WIIICII, BY YOUR FAVOR, WE DID ON SATURDAY. THE GAPS CAUSED BY THE RUSH HAVE BEEN FILLED IN FROM OUR RESERVE STOCK?WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR CON FIDENCE AS EVINCED BY YOUR VALUED PATRONAGE. WE HAVE WORKED HARD TO MERIT IT?WE SHALL WORK ALL THE HARDER TO RETAIN IT. BY OUR SPLEN DID SYSTEM AND DOUBLE-QUICK ACTION OUR STOCK PRESENTS AN UNBROKEN FRONT OF SPLENDID STILES TO-DAY, SHOWING VALUES NEVER BEFORE EQUALED. TO THOSE WHO HAVE NOT ALREADY BEEN HERE WE WOULD SAY INVEST HALF AN HOUR OF YOUR VALU ABLE TIME IN LOOKING THROUGH OUR STOCK AND MAKING MENTAL?OR OTHER -NOTES OF OUR PRICF.S-THE INVEST MENT WILL PAY BIG WHEN YOU WANT TO BUY PROPER CLOTHING. ROBINSON. PARKER & CO., REPRESENTATIVE AMERICAN CLOTHIERS, my20-eo 319 SEVENTH ST., COR. OF D. Mull Caps. Assortment Extensive. Prices low. The May Queen Bonnet. One of the newest and prettiest Caps for little girls. Have them in all-over embroidery and corded aiuil from $1.25 to $1.08. THE LORD FAUNTLEROY. Have them from 85c. to $2.25. The 85c. style is made of Fancy Cream Mull, Has a dotted mull edge, lace frill, wide strings. Fully worth $1.25. Piyne Sun Bonnets 23c. Pique Flats 48c. Corded Caps 4 Sc. AlJ-Over Embroidered Caps 48c. THE BON MARCHE. Ruchinos. A '.ot of manufacturer's short lengths of Crepe Lisce Rue hings. Have marked them at 15c. a yard to make them move rapidly. THE BON MARCIIE. Belts. Assortment Complete. Manilla, something new 25c. Canvas 25, 38,48c. Leather 25, 38, 48c. THE BON MARCHE. Flowers. We have to-day received a large shipment of Finn Flowers that we have marked l)8c? $1.25, $1.48. You will find them cheap. THE BON MARCHE. X1UBBONS. We are offering as usual some bargains in this de partment at 25c. a yard. We are showing some 10 styles all worth more. Best Ribbons for the money at THE BON MAKCHE. T RIMMED H AT3. Aline of Large Pluck Lace and Net Hats, were $6 and $7, we reduce to $4 'J8. This is your opportunity AT THE BBB H B BBB B B BBB OO O O O O O O OO NN N N N N N N N N NN N NN A RRR CCO H II F.F.R AA R R O O H H K A A RRR V H H 11 EE AAA R R C C II U E ,M ? AUK OCO H H KEK ? rol7 310 7th st. n. w. Full line of men s outing flannel SHIRTS up to $2.75. Marabout i'laids, 10c. :!(> inch Batiste (figured), 10c. Plain, 8c. liEPETTI k CO.. 149 B st. s.e., Capitol Hill. myl8-3t? LALOO! Oolah: It.' We hero present a fresh invoice, Haloo! Oolah I Haloo! "You pays your money and you takes your cftoice," Oolah! Haloo! Oolali! Of Coats?Alpaca, with Vests to match. Likewise Seersuckers at A DOLLAR a catch. Silks, Pongees, and Mohairs of richest hue, And Serges Black and Gray and Blue, Haloo! Oolah! Haloo! Suit* for men of three score and ten, Haloo! Oolah! Haloo! From SEVEN AND A HALF until you say "when," Oolah! Haloo! Oolah! The man in his prime can be suited, "you bet!" Also the youth with apartments to let; The boy in his teens, the wee chick-a-biddies Can "dyke" tliemselven up In aliort or long breeches. Haloo! Oolah! Haloo! Now, G. A. R. boys, don't get in a stew, Haloo! Oolah! Huloo! We're prepared for you with Suits of Blue, Oolah! Haloo! Oolah! They're new, they're nice, they fit?precise? NINE AND A HALF we nanio as the Price. fcWe furnish extra buttons and ring tliem on, too, Thus completing the "rig" of the "Boys in Blue." Haloo! Oolah! Haloo! VICTOR E. ADLER 'S * TO PF.R CENT CLOTHING HOUSE 827 and 020 7th at. n.w.. corner Massachusetts are. Strictly One Prioa, Open Saturdays until 11 p. m. my20 "JLf EN'S MACKINAW SILK BAND, 40C. MEN'S Jjl Milan Braid, 39c. Boys' Mackinaw Hats, 30c. These are real finu goods and worth double the money. DOUBLE COMBINATION, 11th st ?.?. mjll-at OcB Last Haul ?A. Big Catch. And 'twasa gr>od one. Four lot? of atrictly all-wool Chariot Sack Suits were thrown on the market last week. There was a scrambling after them?but we trot the plums. No, technically speaking, they're not Jin* suits. Th?y make good competitors for most of the loudly-trumpeted $10 grades though. We'll match these with any of them, of course they're not equal to stilts ire're selling at $10?you'll lhid very few that are. And then, again, we're not going to a*k yon $10 for these?only ST.50. Think of it for a moment?$7.50 for a fall, regular-made suit that Saks & Company guarantees to be STRICTLY *T.r. WOOL-EVERT FIBER. Four lots?a different pattern in each lot?to select from. All sizes from 33 to 42?none larger and none smaller?but all sizes inclusive. Half lined and full lined. Wo went through them thoroughly before we bought them. They're well-made, neatly trimmed and cut on good, stylish patterns?and we're sure they'll fit prop erly. If our advice is wood for anything to you take it and invest $7.50 in one of these suits?Put it right on anil let it commence its work. For general, knock around use they'll keep paco with some of their more expensive coteniporarics. Lot 4184?It's a neat mixture with a decided stripe? not loud, lint nobby. Lot 8870?Is a moderately dark-gray mixture with line double-cheek <tt?st. ..Lot !?001?Patterned after the alxive?but lnrhter in its generaljippearanee and with a single ( I!<? I l. Lot 'J0ti7?A very dark Browu ground overiaul with light stripe. There's not one of these four patterns that's not stylish. None of them are loud, but you'll like them better on that account. Neither are they so sombre as to be gloomy?but a sort of "half and half" that makes them taking. 50?four lots?limited number?Now or never if you want one. SAKS AND COMPANY, BARGAIN ANGLERS, .100 TO 30S SEVENTH STREET. my20 MEN S OUTING FLANNEL SHIKTS, 39c. TO >0. An immense assortment to ?<-|<-ct lroiu. | Mi :i'n Windsor Ties, 5c. BLUM'S. _myl8-2r 745 and 747 Nth st. a. c. (^OLD-TIP GLORIA,'MO INCH. $1.10. MEN'S X l'iOicv Balbris"^r.':ii Onlerwcar, .">(?c. per suit No I li us.- in the District has ever offered anyibinir like it. Put BLE COMBINATION. titbit a.e. i . - A Perfect Jam. IF ANYTHING SHOWS THE GENUINENESS OF OUR ADVERTISED BARGAINS THE CROWDS IX OUR STORES LAST SATURDAY SHOULD CON VINCE THE MOST SKEPTICAL THAT WE MEAN' WHAT WE ADVERTISE. Ol'R SPECIAL REDUCTION SALE OF BLACK GOODS WILL CONTINUE FOR THE BALANCE OF THIS WEEK ONLY. AS WE NEED THE ROOM FOR THE PROPER DISPLAY OF OUR ENORMOUS STOCK OF TAN COLORED HIGH AND LOW CUT SHOES WE ARE COMPELLED TO SACRIFICE MANY OF OUR BLACK GOODS. GENTS, DO YOU APPRECIATE A BARGAIN? IF YOU DO, STEP IN AND SEE THE MEN'S KANGAROO HIGH AND LOW SHOES NOW OFFERED AT $1.90. MEN'S FINE CALF HAND-SEWED, WELT LACED, NOW $2.50. MEN S CALF SEAMLESS LOW SHOES, NOW ?'J. THE LADIES, WE KNOW, ARE ALWAYS ON HAND WHEN WE ANNOUNCE ANYTHING PRICE WORTHY IN THEIR LINE, AND THEY'LL BE DELIGHTED TO KNOW THAT WE ARE SELLING THIS WEEK: LADIES* HAND-TURNED, FEATHER WEIGHT BUTTON BOOTS AT $2.50. LADIES' FINE, PATENT TIP SUMMER-WEIGHT BOOTS, AT $1.90. LADIES' SEIiOE TOP, KID FOXED BUTTON, AT I $1.25, AND THE BALANCE OF THOSE EXQL'I i SITE PATENT-LEATHER TIPPED, HAND-MADE TIES, AT $1.40, TOGETHER WITH MANY OTHER EgUALLY INTERESTING BARGAINS WHICH WE CANNOT ENUMERATE FOR WANT OF SPACE. WM. HAHN k COS RELIABLE SHOE HOUSES. M.-.in Store, hlO SeveLth st. I West End, 1 922 Pa. ave. Branches ? I. Capitol Hill, 231 I'a. ave. s. e. my'-O-eo fT|k BOB. MEN'S GENUINE M ACKIN AW STRAW 9S\r Ua:?, 4l>c. This is a sample Kit, and not one worth ic*s itr.m $1. Call earli and K<t choice, BLUM'S, < 45 mud 747 8th at. u. DjIH-St* OUR MATTING SALE HAS PROVED A SUCCESS; 57 rolls sold in one week. How could it lie other wise at the price we sell? KAl 1 .MAN'S DOUBLE COMBINATION, Utilise. my IS-3t A 'Holling Stone Gtathers jNo MOSS AND A SETTING HEN DON'T J GROW FAT. What me mean by this is that so many people have their trading place aud don't care to try elsewhere. Why? because they don't know. Where can they do better? Do you know of the AVic Enterprise that has located at No. 926 7th st. n.w., bet. 1 and K, known as the Discount Store. You will find in this Mammoth Storo an elegant line of Clothing for Men, Youths, Boys, and Children. As good a line to select from as any House in the Dis trict, b* Midst one o/ the flnftt line of Furnishings and Unit for all male sex. We double discount all of our rivals. You may think this strong, and I will explain: We have newly opeiud, and is it supiwsed that a new concern can't make trade uulcss they otter extra in ducements? No; therefore we expect to give away $5,000 worth of our prjfit this, our first season, to exi>eriint!it if the trade will appreciate and continue our patrons. We have marked our goods fully one-fifth less than the same kind can be bought elsewhere. AND NOW FOR EXTRA INDUCEMENTS. We shall for the next ten days give a return discount in cash of 10 per cent on all purchases of $1 aud up wards: therefore Our $5.00 Suit, Elsewhere $0.00; now $4.50. " 7.50 " " 10.00,now 6.75. " 9.25 " " 12.50; now 8.33. " 13.75 " " 15.00; now 12.40. Aud so on. All our goods arc marked iu pLin figures. We have a large line Children's Suits, selling from $1.37 up to $7.50. One of the largest Elections of Trousers that any bouse in the city can pruduceat the price. If you want the double discount call early, as this sale only lasts for 10 days. 500 Office Coats at 10c. 500 Pairs Knee Pants at 15c. Every purchaser of a Child's Suit gets a handsome present of some kind. Call early and often at THE DISCOUNT STORE, No. 920 7th St. N.W., bet. I and K. mlR-lm LADIES' DERBY RIBBED VESTS, 14C. AND Children's Derby Ribbed Vests, 10c.,in Creainouly. Siik Mitts, 12-?c? black only, at KAUFMAN'S DOUBLE COMI'-l NATION, llthgt.s e. iuy!8-3t Straw Hats. UMBRELLAS. STINEMETZ k SONS, my18 1237 Penna. ave. EAVY FANCY MATTING, JWiC. YD. HEAVY White Maltlnar. 9><c. yd Heavy Red Check Mat ting. lU'Hc. yd. Japanese Jointless White Mattiuy. I'-iYic. I'i BLUM'S, 745 and 747 8th at a.e. my 18-2* Mondat, May 20th, 18S9. OFFICE OF WOODWARD * LOTKROP. Sateens were never in greater favor. The French Sateen* approach nearer than ever to the Foulsrd Silk*. At 23e. per yard they are the choicest, dr.s'iest and cheapest of all the printed cotton fabrics. Some French Sateens Ik We have an excellent quality of Scotch Ging ham at 25c. Anderson'* Scotch Gine-him*. 40c. We have Printed Challies that are not Chal lies, although so-called, which we are selling1 at 10c. THATLINF.N WRITING PAPER. The Linen Writing Psper at 20c per pound i* moving as rapidly as the first lot. Think of almost a quar ter of a ton of writing p*i>er being "old in fotir days. The lia|X price is the cause. We notice that a good maflr buy a package of it. which contains IV i?ound*. or 6 quires, or 120 sheets, for 25c. Almost five sheets of Linen Paper for a j?emiy. linndreils of customers will come for it after it is al] gone. Will you be one of them? Packagc of Enveloinss to match for 8c. (First floor, center ) ODD COMBS. BRUSHES AND MIRRORS. On Tuesday wesliall offer about .">00 each of Fine Celluloid Comlw. Brushes and Hand Mirrors at the following extraordinary low prices: 500 White Celluloid Combs at Sc. each. 500 White Celluloid Brush.-* at 4t?o. each. 500 White Celluloid Mirrors at 40c. ea<-h. We believe any further comment on this of fering to be su(>erfluou*. (First floor, rear;center tabic.) RECAPITULATION OK THE DRFCS GOODS REDUCTION'S. Here are the reduc tions that have recently been made 36-iuch Fancy Striped Mohairs in bcauliiul light color effects. Reduced to ...........<5'*1<c. 40-iuch Fancy Stri|?ed Mohair Suitimrs, in attractive colorings. Reduced to .....$1. LATEST GREAT REDUCTION. As an at traction extraordinary we have made the fol lowing remarkable reduction: 53-inch Imported Kuitiiiir*. in rich Checks, Tlaids and Stripes?the very choicest of the spring seasou's Liress Fabrics. More than twenty-five various color combinations iu effec tive patterns. Reduced to 7.V. This in aimost half price, and is undoubtedly the greatest bargain ever offered in Fine Wide Woolen. (First floor.) The balance of onr stock of Paris Combination Pattern Robes has been greatly reduced, Ijeinir cow marked at from 15 to 33 >; per cent lens than the early-iu-the-Beasou prices. Let the I 5 Rob's tl>at have been reduced to # 10 stanl for tho stock. It is a irood illustration. (First floor; sccond annex.) A BARGAIN IN SCREENS. Tuesday morn inir we shall offer, on the fourth floor, 500 Fino Adjustable Wire Window Screens, at the low rrice of 25c. each. These are well made, Ftrong, and covered with green wire. Do not cxi>ect them to last Jong at 25c. MOSQUITO NETTING. We shall also oiler, in the same department, 1,000 Pieces of Fine Mosquito Netting, full pieces, and iu all colors, at the low price of 40c. per picce. (Fourth floor.) MEN, ATTENTION! Look in our F street window at that superior ?rrade of Unbleached English-finished Balbriggan Underwear?Sh rti and Drawers. Examine them closely. If yon didn't know the price beforehand you would say 50c. or 02*<c. cacli. It ouicht to be, but it isn't. So long as the quantity lasts we shall sell them at 37Hc. per garment; 75c. per ? lit. Think of a suit of English Balbriggan Under wear for 75c. We exi>ect everything else iu Underwear will stand still until this is gone. (Men's door, lOl.'t F st.) GREAT BARGAINS IN BATn TOWELS. Wa shall place ou a center table Tuesday morning, in iront of the Linen Department. 25 dozen 24 by 48-inch Brown All-Linen Turkish Bath Towels (extra large size), plain and knotted irinire, solid centers with striped side borders, and striped centers with plaiu side borders, at the low price of 37V. each. This is twelve and-a-half cents less than it has ever been offered before. Alro. sl/a.1 place about 25 dozen 24 by 45 Pure \\ hite Turkish Terry Bath Towels, at tho same low price, viz: Li7V- each. (Second floor.) MADRAS. We are having the greatest Madras season we ever exitrienced. It is unquestiona bly the best popular-priced material manufac tured for Summer Draperies, It is light, cool, and effectively attractive. The patterns are spots, squares, and floral designs. Madras by the yard at 25, 40, 50, 75, and 5?0\ Madras Curtains, SI.50, $1.75. <2.50, i'.'i, $3.50, <4, $4.50, $5, $5.50 and $7.50 per pair. (Foutth 9 jcr.) GRAND CLOSING OUT SALE OF SILK AND BEADED SHORT WRAPS. We have con cluded to close out the entire stock of Beaded Pelerines aud Silk Short Wraps this month, and to that end have made the following extraordi nary reductions. Although we refrain from quoting the former price on account of the gross abuse of the practice by others, we can truthfully assert that the reductions are extra ordinary, an I the offering! well worth your greatest consideration. These are mostly Im ported Wraps, manufactured for this season's bent trade. 1 line of Black Sicillian Silk Wraps, with Jetted Sleeves, sizes 34 and 30. Reduced to $j. 1 Cardinal Cloth Short Wrap, with Black Beadi or all over, size 38. Reduced to...... $5. 1 Black Cut Jet Pelerine^ an elegant Wrap, size 42. Reduced to. $ 10. 2 Black Faille Francaise Short Wraps, with "Empire" Sash ends, trimmed with Real Cut Jet, sizes 32 and 30. Reduced to $12.50. 2 Black Faille Francaise Short Wraps, with Lace Sleeves, sizes 32 and 30. Reduced to $12 50. 1 Cardinal Silk Velvet Short Wrap, with Real Cut Jet Trimmings, size 38. Reduced to $15. 2 Elegant Black Zouave Short Jackets of Jetted Silk Net, sizes 32 and 38. Reduced to $15. 1 Elegant Black Short Wrap of Lace and Rib bon, trimmed with Jet, size 30. Reduced to $20. 1 Elegant Black Armure Silk Mourning Wrap, entirely covered with dull Jet and trim med with the new style Shower Fringe, size 34. Reduced to $15. 3 Black Faille Francaise Silk Mourning Wr|'3, trimmed all-over with dull jet; sizes 34, 30 and 38. Reduced to ...............................$15. I Black Silk Mourning Wrap, elaborately trimmed with dull Jet: size 40. Reduced to $io. 1 small lot of Silk Short Wraps, with real lace and real Jet trimmings; sizes 34, 38 and 40. Reduced to $20. Also, three elegant styles hi Black Silk Short Wraps, richly trifhmed; sizes 30 and 38. Reduced to $25. As these are this season's shapes thty will also be worn next season to a great extent ; hence it would pay to purchase now for next spring, as these price* are half and leai than half. (Th ird floor.) my20 WOODWARD k &OTHBOP. Cor. Uth and F st*. a. v. Is This ^>or Ti re? All reliable store* Ur? wie price only. Suppose j _>u |*y prouii tly Ami shop at ? store that does a credit business; are you Dot cbarved the same prices as if you a&ked credit* Must not the men-bant who crecits >-liarr~ hiaher priosa t:ian he who not' MORAL?7"Aos? ?cAopayprumjrf/y akouJH ?hop at the PPP A L \ II s*\_ w t A : Q f "i tUj. ."i !| ^2 RRH OO TV* f. K R O O Y V AA I. KRR O O TV A \ I K H O O V AA* !. _ R R OO V A A I.I.LI,... fA? owjy large Hon in til line ttninp a thietly cah Imm ?M. Without bad debts to trouble, without the rreat ex pense attendimr the keel utt ml eolWtimr of "sc couuta." and with til" sales of each day always iu hand .ji<f not on (Ac bo.ki ot.lv, tlw> "I'alais Royal" is enabled to buy more sdvsnta<r"otisly and *U at leva profit than it* neighbor* who credit. The lew special price* advertised to m?et the "Palais Royal prices" mW uot be taken as a criterion of THK AVERAGE PRICES OF THE CREDIT STORKS. WHICH MI ST BE HIGHER or the credit system would cauac linancial disaster. ^Illustrations below.) Mens Silk Yen-sib Shirts The credit stores have l?en charotir from #:t us to *4.50. snd a fair pri.-e, too, consider.u* some ot them will never lie pmd for. Probably,later, tlie -hrew.ler credit merchant msy charge you the ??Palais Royal pn o," but you'll have to pay for those alio don't pay oa some other article, which you can't so easily value. )WRfrir?doU or how will the credit merchant live? (Other illustrations below.) A H inured Styles Or I5i.lts. The Etnrlish Silk Cricket Belts are here at 31*c. apiece. Fancy stri|?s in "blazer" effects are shown as Well as tlie iess coiisi icaous styles. In (either is shown Antelope Skin, real AllirMor and Seal, Some of liasUet pattern are near and novel. I'ni-es.35. :.o.t::>. r.>, *.v.. #1. $i:!.\.?i.5o, sud i'.'-jU ihe moix expensive have elaborate Silver Clasps. Tiie "Palais Royal l'rico" for the usual fie. Canvas Belt is 'JOc. The more c*i>ensive Belts from twenty-five to flfty ceuts below credit store prices. Velvet Belts atth lararc and beautiful Silver clasps lor f?. Antelope 11*11* in all shades of Brosus, Greens, Gra)s, Taxis, Ac., oul) 41.35 ? acb. CHATELAINE BAGS. The B3?s to be w >ni w,th above-quoted Belts are sliown with elaborate silver truuuuuifs. Antelope lias's #1.8S?. Velvet Ba--s. ?3. Seal Bn.-i with straps or nickel chain attachments, only Wc. uach. (Price surprises below.) Si/spiciora A*rices For ?Ji welly. Suspiciously low. but the hhn Royal hot** you won't condemn without a lair trial SEEING is n> < i s.sary before you can a lair vervli' t. llair Ornaments. Double I in of imitation amlter, with aci\jll top of roll irold or silver. Side < oiium to match. Your choice here for 17c. You may have men less variety at the credit stores ?larked 25c. each. LACE I'INS.?Tiny pins of enamel with make-believe diamond, issrl and turqu<isu ceo tors. Fosvet-iue nofs. daisies, pansies. Nearly a hundred styles of Roll Gold fancy pattern*. All at 10.-. each. You've been paying ?o .'. all over the city. They look cheap for 25c. BANGLES. -Seven Oxydiced Silver Ba:url< ?, con n.s t-d with fancy clasp, for only li>c. l/?k like tic resl at GAH11.11 CLASPS.?We liaveOxydiztd SilverCissps Op to 4.? a pair, but a k y. u t." see tb. M at only IS a I air Compare the d'-is-i* and the fiaish. The ouu real, the other imitation. Best Yellow (jartcr Elastic for these clasps. M ANY THOl SANDH OF TANS. The store looks like a liazaar of the Orient. Hnndr>?ls of Ja)>aneae Fans dis-orate the niaasive columns which support the lofty ceiling of the |*alais Royal. So many Fans mean wholesale purchasea; w holesale buyiinf means wholesale prices. Fans direct fn-in Japan to you with only the siusll profit of tlie 1'aluis Royal added means Fans at * hole bale prices. Prices. ?, 10,15, ',?0, HO, 40, .">0. Go and ?0c. The quality, quantities and variety at tfe" prices should be compared with tLe Fans offered else* here. tSpecial Sale prices below.) Ao Close Oft A'o-morrow. Ninety-two pieces remain of t. . so Cambrie rn<ler rsnuents which have 1? i the town-talk for a a ek. Were, Sl.ftS, *I 'ji?l :t.">. iiKc., SHi-. To-morrow, ?1.4fl, <S 1 .'Jo. 41,00, 75c? ?4c. ARM EATHER Dress (itoods. TIIF. PALAIS ROYAL requests your presence to a sj-ecial display and sale of lately arri\?sl nov<*ltiea in Fimned China Silks. Gimrliams, Cream llannels. White Dress Uo> 's and Embroideries, which are cf ftred at lower prices or to ba more coms-t. OF BET TER QUALITY' FOR THE PRICES than heretofore offered. Special Rile prices will also be quoted for certain lots mention of which w ill be found below. Cream ool Dress Goods. Two very stylish cffects, in Cream Cloth-finish, En glish He rife, with wide sidebands of combination colors are offered dtirin? ihis sal- at !(Sc. a yard. See the quslit.es offered at beloW-mcit2iou?d prices. If iu doubt, ask for samples and conipsre with trooda offered el ewherc at the same prices. Do so, and we ii s. " you Sf-nin at the Palais Royal. 40-inch Cream Nun's Veiling at .10c. 40-inch Cream All-Wool Allsuross at ."?0c. 40-inch Cream a:id White Cashnier.-s at ,?0c. 40-inch Cream All- Wool Serces at .%0<-. 40-incli Cream and White Cashmeres at 08c. 40-iuch Creatu All-W.?ol Mohair at OSo. . 4l? inch Cream Cloth Finished Scrv. s at CSc. 40-ineh Cream lacqoard Fiirund Flaunel at 80c. 43-nch Cr'aiu FUur d Wool Mohair at Hoe. 40-inch Cn im S.Ik Warp Henrietta at sic. 40-inch Cream All-Wool Henriettas at )?hc. 4tS-lnch White and Crea u huaim -r Broadcloths at ei.oo. THE PALAIS ROYAL. (Continued below.) A Season For Ginghams. Satins are passe. Little worn this season. They will be less worn next year. II"' wilt n<J iis/iw t Satn iw n* rl year. THE COMING FABRIC Is GINGHAM. The time and skill of the world's best desiiruers are depicted ill the SCOTCH GINGHAM> secured by our buyer last Week. AT '-'.V A YARD are shown new and lovely shades of plain Zephyrs, full 32 inches wide. AT2oc. AND .'t*(c. A Y'ARD, warranted real Scotch Ginirhanis iu pia.ds and strii*-*. " H'liat mi improvement ua lift ymr't ityl't" is the substance of the remarks of marly all \. si tors. AND YET A DECREASE IN PRICE AT 1VJ4C. A Y'AIiD. Such Yankee imitations of the best desiirns and coloiium of Scotch that you must no! Jmbre by present looks, but rts iion that the Scotch will launder and wear butter. If you don't do that you'll buy these Domestic Ginghams. Pretty effects in side-bands are included at 1214c. a yard. THE PALAIS ROYAL, (Continued below.) hite Dress GooDSa Is it leiritimatf to sell certain lines at cost pri~e* If permanently, we think not. but, for a special sale occasion like this, we reply, Y'ES! 12Hc. INDIA LINENS FOR 10c. Yon know how we merchants strtuvle to five the best value for 12Wc. THE PALAIS ROYAL'S 1'_%<"? India Linen will compare with auy in towu at that price At 10c. ayurditu rh'ai#r than ran be nmntl eim trhere, an sample! Kill proee. Pique. Dress Lawn, Persian Lawns, Dress Linen. Nainsooks, Jones' Cambric, Check Muslins. Swiss, Tsrlton, etc., you'll find here at all prices. Probably the low-priced no rheaper than elsewhere, but the better qualities are /rum & to 10c, briou) the quotations of the credit houms. WE KNOW IT. THE PALAIS ROYAL. (Continued below.) New fcjMiinoiDF.RiEs Arrive. Many very beautiful patterns in 22 inch. 30 inch and 45 inch Embroideries have been secured at 20 per cent discouut. if We hope you will ask to see the new 45-inch Hemstitched Flouuciujrs offered at from (1 to $'J a yard. We promise you a surprise. 25c. EMBROIDERIES FOR 21c. Of course that's for the special sale only. All 25c. Embroideries for 21c.; not a few undesir able styles. We offer choice of? 25 styles Nainsook, 2 to 5 inches wide. 4y styles Swiss, 2 to 7 inches wide. 24 styles Cambric, 2 to 9 inches wide. IF" Some of the aider widths sold earlier In the season at 35c? ao that you may select embroideries that still sell at many storea at 35c., FOR ONLY 21c. A YARD. IN THE DRE88 TRIMMING DEPARTMENT. Those 50c. Peraian Embrolderiea? Silk and Ttnael Embroidered on rlanuel?-er? reduced to 3ttc. a yard. Comer 12th street and Penna. are. THE PALAIS ROYAL. A. LISN Eli, !? * vs rt -ss, I' Afc Jili N * * A 4 XX N ?W ? Lux ."v i v, O - rj f :; j", r?~j. a a I'M. I 1 IRM .1 Hint H n v it K K. ?. on M M JIH IX' K K UCU H M PR* i;kr no J1 R ?; k O rt- S * RRR l.RR O ?? "SS,. * H K K O ? m I* EF.B K K OO "hlT 8 U O f I K K 8' INFORM A T I O X. SOME OOOl> THINOh For *JA CI.XT* KlRKl v APRONS, ?.% CI VTl Xl KsEff CAPS. CF. NT*. iKFiimr shisscikucexti XEW HIXTS. CI NTS xi w lack I'iNs. i \r>k bracelets, cents. J ANS, 25 CFNTS. giEEXS' CHAINS. V.". ( I N r*. Oar \?m lni|vrUti?H\ *?( Ui# FINTST FKI NCl SVTIM.S arrived to <lay. Ttu* l??t th?*m all. Th?? patt'-rm an ?*uurrly ucw and ? x* ln??vt? | dewivm*. Nl W WHITK , nr.v.ry^ nr. It <tif | fl^nlt to kw|? you infitrncd t*f th?- u?*m tliitijra. 11 yon live Iti lb* > ity ivun' iu u> mt<> tWiu % if mi; ouUi?W ih*i?4 for fuitiif>]*??. TOmiST RrniKft, TVia !? dfteap. Hie U i contain* ?> ) ar 1* ?jf uk* White Ka.-hiii*r*. 100 <? f.'-r-vt v**t? av.,1 :uV v.; ? on 1 v \ niiF. at *J-"? ofutu |vr yard. XEW EMBROlDF.rif?-AIl the different w.dths tlwt il. lu&U'ti n?<. y Tais PALE* ALL Fl TT'tt I HAHOAIXX IN ROBES. SO lil V No*. 1.200 white lawn i>i.i s uobi:h. ?i .i? Tbe?e contain full quantity .?? tor Uav.<Kk two widths of embroidery, 4Si yard* ?>. b. for (rm mnur. lMHUulDllUD MI LL TIES. lr% eta.; worth 30 eta. XFW I.AWNS. XFW I!ATI Kri s. LIXF.X LAI" HO HI s F??K CAR1UAOF. l*Wt PARASOLS OF ALL KTXDS VXD Al l. riNCIEl MOHAIR IHSTIR For TRAVP.LIXU I K. THIS WEEK S SPECIALTIES IX LADIES' COTTON CXDERWEAR: GOWKS! GOWNS! OOWVS! We ofli-r a GOWX made o( pood Cotton. y.'ke of inwrtuur combined w .tb a c]n?terof tocka. trimwiad around neck snU Ml(?vpa?ith ruihuhliY| lu imuii. l '.aitcl l<a< k. faU lmiirtli. S|?>riikl prtDf. !?*< o>ut? We uferiCAMK8i(' U?WX, j.>k? of Vtli lu MVBN niiuncM?rith cluxtrrof tui k?. J> 11 ilo ruMe ar>>uuj tbe uri'k. yoke v. bi.-b in | la.dsl Iw. k Thia iranu ut in r?ai;.v aoM at iCI.our ITI'V. its o nta. S'i'vfcr a CAM1IKIC OOWX, l*^t quality. \aU-n cieMM ln*prtin/, ?itb rlart<<t i>( In k*. * nh deep rnfllf ar.iun J n.* k au4 ri'WM, louM vith Ix'triiur boar *Ut<-liiiiir; full learili: (t.f*; n ifular ?r>iwn. We otter a autx rinr nuah*y < 'I iTTON (.< lU'X. yuku ?bi<-h i? of > man ?f tu kn, plaited lo< k tr.mined around im k and dwren ?itli enilirol 'ery. bmabed wit h berrtnr ti"ne ktitrblntr Prii e ?l .iUk. We offer a (h >\VX inade <1 tb' l? ?l gu:ilit) raniliric. Mother II iMwr.l atyle. entire > >koi( 1. return lju-e, luaerti d a ith m-a? ??tril?f iib rj . d >ulile ruAe ol Tor <1 j 'li around n?vk and sl>t?h hiwial value, fr.' 4h. Uur C' AMllLIC Ci<l\S N (** rlanu tbia tax auw tbe de aihrn ia our owii), yoke *1 h .lid ?>:nliniidery? "nfi'-?'ted witli tn. ka. triiuuii<1 ar-i;; I tbe yok. villi embfviid ery; alaoaroiin<l B?s-k and al<?wa. lYii-e. Another CAMHHIl' <oiWN. ?birb Lao a yoke of in i" rt?mr and iw.i.1., . > r ?bn b !.:??? ? . in*;. ? ot pm ta<ka,4ouhir rufflear i lie k and down tl front, fiumbed u th berriiur b?e atiUbiiiK. ?xlra trood Icuirth. lTi( f, #'*.US. CHEMISL! <HI:VISE! CHEMISE! An < li'arant <AMBI:K' < 111 M1SE. a^ nare i.., k. with in?irtli ui.d tu. k?. tn ? 1 ut- ? inl n . k hi ?! ?> ? it 1; ? ml'i l'-ry. i id \ . ? :? I,. I ? An tier i- I CHFMlsr.. w:' ..II ?i il ir. ??. I- r. 1 yoke, tri ? I :ir . k d ?Ii" w fiJl u :. ;li.?t 7 j eta. S)>eclal pood val ;ie. \> n r i \.. ill i .-is.?% <m mi si:, witu aqaare ueek. yoke of t^n lion l?< e. tri:i i d around U A'k and ale. \. s witb t. r. b .u tare, at !?s ?? Our CIILMISE are of eiira. Imary ttll\ have yoke of eaibr. .id.Ty trimmed ar..uu?I luck and ?hi m akirt bottouiH ami full l.-lnrhth, Atfl.!'S?? offer a CHI MISE, Mrely irwle, atjuar^ neck, triinmrd ?ilb ton bon Ia<-e. alV> ir mud ni* k and alervea. ll"ttoma are fiionb?d ?nlb lu.-kiujr arid lace. Oood value. SKIRTS ? SKIRTs*! SEIUTR! At 75 o?-nt? claim to pr.iduee tlwU-t |K<a<il>le, eml?roideri"d ruffle, a;.d doaterof tw-ka above nine, poud eotton. in all *ir. ??. At 7.? ceuta nv a! h:.v a SKIKT. Iit ikIi. I ?itb deep cambric ruffle, ?itb rlunt.-r of tiiekuur in tl,? n:iB< and alao eluxter above tbe ruffle. We offer at l?So. a vplendid COT TO X SKIRT. *ilh ueepCambric Ruffle,consi tiu?rof Xine Tu. kn n. tlii ll-.iffle. v> itb Fitteeu Tucka above tbe Ruffle, in ui aize? and width*. our 1.SKIRT has no equal, it lieimr made of Super Stout Cotton, Deep Liutiroidt red RiJUi' witii I Cluster of Tuckaabove, fuil width*. At *l.t>S we al?o have aapleiidid SKIRT with n Iteefi H.iuiburv Ruffle in a veral ililt.-n nt I'atUrua. < :u?te* of Xine Turkaabovi tbe l;u!BAil i-ii>? in at. k. CORSET OOVER8. CORSET COVLItB. : Wc have *o many attractive aud eb-rant atyle* of CORSET COVERS in II arb and Low X. k. For wanl (4 a; ac- me w; 11 only k-.ve you a d ?. rii^ion of <>ut b,'?t number*,howi-vcr. our rea 1. ra will ?ra:berfroni the deiorii tionairfv.u much inf. riuatnn auto Stylaa, M-tcnali-. and Trimmteea. X... IWO. corset COVERS. an. n,k-b Not k. trinimed ar und neck w.tb Euibruiderr of uti.t Fatterna. al 25c. Xo. !h;.-,.COI;i<ET COVERS,an> n .-U Xeck. trimmed around ueck with d.i 1 ? U> I n tty l'atterua, i'in Tuck ini.- down tli>- Front, *S!i u . Xo. ,"r*L COUsET covers. ,,t of low-not-? triu iiKdaround :i'n k and m.-.-v. > with Barrow Em broidery. made <if the le si Cambric, ."idc. Xo. ?J.VJti.COKSFITC )\ L.;s.:? ?,juar. ne?-k. til .*h'-< w.tb fine quality, Embn >n.d around n? k and aleeve*, perfect tittiUK. at 75c. Xo. .V!<i i* a splendid corset COVER, made ol l*-t Cambric, luaertunr li. '.. i. I fr >nt, ti iniue^ arou ud ueck and alu u- i'.i ' a i ;i im S5c eatb. Xo. "V?*? i?aCAMBI!ICc?il!sl TCOVI K. fluia?ie< Willi aolid Eml.ro. 1. n ba. k an.l in-nt, ric .} triimnei around ueck audaictven ?itU Eujbro.deiy tw u>auu Mc.aach. W -positively a?"-rt that ovr C'IRSF.T covers a* iwrfoct tttUn* and entirely laultle**. PILLOW SHAMS. PILLOW SHAMS. We call youratt' ' ti m to jr lai. - a id tar.e.1 Una each w axon bniut u< i : tb- r t.. t!ie lr jut-aud wi cau aalt '.y nay that ,ur a-inrtmeut ba? never be?B at extensive, and our pric. ? >.?j will ii^d to be the lowua for tbe beet |*>*ail?le ma le ?ro> d-. A SPECIAL SHAM. An l i vant pair of SHAM m:?leof goodcambrb-, cl i?ter of tu. k? all around witb deep cambric ruffle, <i I. BRIDAL SETA hridal SETS. We have takeu rreat cant.on to aecure only tboae d* aicna which we control oundvei O.ir i? the pai week we have aecured aeveral new tbiivn in Kridl Outfitsi BRIDAL Ot"TriT8 froui i^.j u^r prices to the umn expensive. MOST TASTEFCLAXD HANDSOMF GARMEXTI samples OF DRF.sfooODS8l.XT TO AXY PAR OF THE EXITED STATES. OCT OF TOWN HOTEL PROPRIETORS can receive valuable uilormat,n? r-irurdm* tbe prio of Hoaael uniiahins Oood. and Bed<'ivmucs It wi soon be time to take summer boaruer*. OorrespoB enee solli ltod. Faablou Oacette sentffratia AX VWHERE; send t ona. 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