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THE EVENING STAR.
WASHINGTON: THTMPtT ?_ Mmy 30. ISM, CM?T H. WYlf> Editor. THE ETKMNU STAR baa tee fullest Lwal ( IrcalatlM tfuj NewipattT ia the World. aU aa aa Advertieia* Medina ia worth ??are lhaa all the other papers published la WuklaitN. Jew York Office: Boom 03, Tribute Building. The Star Out of Town. Th* Evrswo Stab will be sent by mail to any address in the United States or Canada for such period aa may be desired, at the rate of fifty cents per month. taT" But all Much orderi mutt be accompanied by the money, or the paper cannot be tent, at no accounts are kept vfith mail nibtcriptionf. The arrest and bratal treatment of the AmerL can ladies at Mentone at the instance of a French dressmaker for the purpose of compell payment of a disputed debt do not consti tute the first international episode of the kind, and, if allowed to pase without effective protest! will not be the last. Some Frenchmen have a playful way of ponncing upon foreigners against whom a claim of debt can be concocted, and of nsing insolent policemen and prison oella as means of terrifying the victims into the payment of what is sometimes nothing more than black-mail. In 1855 Horace Greeley had an experience which resembles in some respects the Mentone incident. He had been one of the directors of the New York World's Exposition of 1853-*3, and while visiting the French Expo sition in 1855 with his wife and children he was arrested at the instance of a Parisian sculptor who swore that he had contributed to the New York exposition a statue in plaster which had been broken or mutilated, and for which he de manded of Greeley as a director f2.500. When he was brought before the Judge, the latter in dicated that Don Piatt, secretary of the Ameri can legation, would be a sufficient security for Greeley's appearance, but after the judge had gone away the sculptor's lawyer refused to take Piatt as security on the ground of his exemption as a diplomat from arrest on local process, and after '? high words" and imminent danger of a scuffle the wrathy editor was whisked off to prison. His guardians affected great fear lest he should escape, and when the carriage in which he was driven to jail came into violent colli sion with another in a crowded street they made an impressive display of vigilance and pistols. He was kept separated from his wife and children and locked np in Clichy, the debtors' prison, with sympathizing jail-birds from Saturday till Monday afternoon, 'lhe case against him died the moment it came to a hearing. The real demand in his case, as apparently in the Mentone case, was not that he should pay a debt, but that he should pay so much money to lie saved insult and imprisonment. The extortion seema to have been successfully practiced npon the frightened and defenceless women, while it failed iu its application to the obstinate philsopher with his hot temper and exuberant wealth of expletives. The old hornet broke through the web which held the flies. But Greeley did not relish the discipline which he resisted, and took no great pride in being dragged to jail at the pistol point as if he were a desperate criminal. Ther j is an undercurrent of feeling in his apparently philosophical com ment: ''Let whoever will sneer at human progress and uneasy, meddling philanthropy, I am grateful that I have lived in the age which gave the death blow to slavery and im prisonment for debt." It may be discovered in the Mentone case as in that of S.eeley that there is no serious national canse of complaint in the matter. It may appear that the sworn averments of the dressmaker made a case, which under the French law justified the detention of the Americans, and that the recourse of the latter ia against the dressmaker on the charge of perjury, causing false imprisonment. The brutality of the officer in the manner of per forming his duty may also become a ground of complaint against him individually. But what ever the technical legality of the procedure in the case, it lies in the power of Americans to make the use of it adopted in this and similar instances as unpopular in France as it is offensive to our countrymen. In Greeley'a case the directors of the French Exposition then in progress were induced to take a lively interest ia securing him fair treatment by the suggestion that if the ridiculous case against him as an exposition director were pushed they could never step foot outside of France after their own exposi tion had closed without being in danger of the prison on some trumped-up charge. The sug gestion in the Mentone case is even more clear and pointed. Thousands of Americans are crossing to France in this exposition year, and are spending vast sums of money there, much of it in purchases. The tradesmen of France cannot afford the check to this profitable cus tom which will be threatened if American in dignation at illegal, or, if not illegal, at any rate brutal treatment of Americans shtil take practical shape. France, which wishes to sell to the world, will not draw customers by per mitting such treatment of unprotected women among the Americai visitors of her exposition. Patriots of ancient times held it to be sweet to die for one's country. The people of the American Bepublic hold it also to be sweet and pleasant to honor by annual observances those who have thus died. To-day the graves of the Union s soldiers who fell in the civil war are decorated with flowers, and their deeds of courage and self sacrifice are recounted anew by the orator and the poet. The careful collec tion and consignment to honored graves of the bones of private soldiers killed in war and annual observances by a whole people consecrating a holiday to the sacrcd duty of keeping fresh the memory of the na tion's patriot dead mark a more notable and more appropriate tribute to the mass of those who have found it sweet to die for country, than has been bestowed by any other nation. Else where, as well as in the American republic, the memory of the great general has been kept alive by statne or triumphal arch; but nowhere else Is the dead private soldier honored by the celebration of an annual holiday in which the nation lays a loving tribute on his grave. The conception of the memorial and the method of its observance are distinctively democratic. It ia well for a people in an age of selfish senti aaent-deridmg tendenciee to give evidence on proper occasions of an abiding love of country and of an affectionate remembrance of those who have perished in their country's defense. So long as the spirit of Decoration Day prevail among the people, the virtue of unselfish pat riotism will not depart from the American re public. The overcaat skies which oshered in the Morning are too commonly associated with Decoration Day weather to cause any serious disappointment. It is a curious coincidence, bat one which no watchful yerson can have failed to observe. If it were any thing more, we might faucy that nature, like the children of men, had tears to shed on the graves of the nation's dead. The coroner'* jury investigating the canse of the death of mind-reader Bishop have reached the conclusion at which uiost people have al ready arrived. They find that Bishop was dead before the autopsy was made, but that Dr. Irwin "through overxealoueness acted in some haste respecting the direction of the perform ance of the autopsy." It is safe to say that Dr. Irwin will never do so again. Gtuat Reductions. In older to reduce our ssteaeive stock of Imported Bonnets and Bound Hats, and also those at our own design, we will offer the same (rum this date at greatly redoced prices. We cordially Invite oar easterners to cell. MUa. X. J. HUNT, 1309 T ITRUT SOUTHWEST. To The Stab Readers. Attention U called to the following qoeation and to theanawer: WHY ON FRIDAY? WHY OX FRIDAY? WHY OS FRIDAY? WHY ON FRIDAY? WHY OS FRIDAY? WHY OS FRIDAY? WHY ON FRIDAY? 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Because to aroid the overcrowding on 8*turdaj. Yon knotr what the last day of an "Opening" ia at the Palaia Royal. Fleaae arrange to call TO-MORROW (FRIDAY), and, if possible, between the boon at 8 and 10 a. at. 1 and 3, or S and ? p. m., these are the least boar hotn. Erery hoar will be a boay one as til the termination $t the "Opening." List of Boursnini published in next column. mj30 A List Of Souvenib& Mark (prick with ? pin if 7cm karata pencil) those line# which Interest you and then cut out the list tor reference to-morrow. This is important, rtgw lar prict* remain markrd on all goodi. The list of sou venirs below telle jrou of the regular prices and the "opening" prices. f'o??og sx. ? * ? " H """b f?? 885,0 OO UVVKK N N N II RRR SS8? ?W*?ooolW V EEC S SrSH S gS or THJt PALAIS ROYAL'S TWELFTH ANNUAL SUMMER " " OO PPP FESJTW It TIN* V OOO *?"" o OP PR NN NIINN NO O ?" O OPPP ER NNNIINKKO OOP K N NNIIN NNO GO OO P EESN NNIIN MN OOO _ The "Palate Roy*!'1 in publishing this list reminds its patrons that it bat poorly portrays the extent and variety of the newly-arrived Summer Novelties. Ba tumi; ber this, please, aa you read below. SOUVENIBS FOB MEN. (Department Near Door No. 1118 Pennsylvania are.) 25o. Half Hose, all style*, for 21o. 85a Half Hose, all atyles, for 29c. 50c. Half Hose, all styles, for 44c. 76c. French Balbriggsn Underwear, for 60c. 60c. Underwear, all styles. for 44c. 60c. Tailor-made Jean Drawers for 44c. 39c. India Ooeaamer Shirts for 29c. 25c. Gauze and Balbrlggan Underwear, 16a. 85c. Palais Royal Dreaa Shirts, 77a. 75c. Fancy Trimmed Night Shirts for 66a 15c. 4-ply Linen Collars for 10c. 20c. best Linen Cuffs for 10c. ? 1.25 Flannel Shirts, all styles, for 11.12. 91.60 Flannel Shirts for #1.35. #4 Striped 8ilk Shirta for *3.50. ?1 Fisk, Clark k Flagg'e Novelty Scarfs, 75a. 75c. Satin and Silk Scarfs, all styles, 60a 47c. Scarfs, in all atyles for 380. 25c. Scarfs, in all styles for 21a 25c. Fancy Linen Handkerchiefs for 200. 12)<o. Pure Linen Handkerchiefs for 9o. ? 1.23 "Oloria" Umbrellas, warranted one year, for ?1.19. ?l.oO 28-inch Umbrellas, warranted one year, lot $1.39. ?4.98 "Connestoga" Silk Umbrellas, warranted, for one year, for <4.25. SOUVENIRS FOB LADIES. 10 per cent off the marked prices of all Laces, Flouncing*, and Drapery Nets, Parasol Covers, Embroideries, Ribbons, Feathers, Dress Trimmings, Buttons Art Goods, Ulsters, and Tea Gowns, Chil dren's White and Gingliam Dresses. Shoes at 20 per cent discount. ? 1 Figured India Silks for 90o. ? 1 Fancy Wool Dress Goods for 79a 85c. Fancy Dress Goods for 75c. 75c. China Silk, all colors, for (i9a 75c. Colored Surah Silks for <5Sic. 89c. Black Surah Silks for 75c. $1.19 Black G. O. (warranted) 8ilks for (1. ? 1.25 Black Satin Rhadame for tl.19. ? 1.2."> Black Faille (warranted) Hlika for $1.15 25c. White Piques for 22a l'.'Hc. India Linens for 10c. 25c. Dotted Swiss for 2-Jc. 4Sc. Mohair and Tinsel-braid Trimming at 25a 25c. Mohair Braids, all colors, for 19c. 1-J,SC. Embroidered Mull Ties for 10c. 60c. "Fauntleroy" Collars and Cuffs for 40o. 60c. "Directoire" Collar and Cuff Sets for 40a ? 1.75 "Elsemere" Seta, all styles, for ?1.60. 25c. Lisse and Fold Rufflings for 20a 25c. boxes Tourist Ruffling for 20a 12Xc. Linen Collars, all styles. 3 for 25a 1 '-'He, Linen Cuffs, 3 pairs for 25a 8c. Grenadine Veiling, all styles, for 6c. yard 3 for 25o. Antique Lace Tidies, 4 for 25c. 25c. Linen Handkerchiefs, all styles, for 20a 12)fc. Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, all styles. 9o. Parasols at the following Souvenir Prices: Marked..$1.68 ?2.98 ? 1.98 <0.48 ?12.50 *20.00 For #1.29 #2 48 $4 <i8 #5.lS8 $9.U8 $IU.L>8 15c. Warranted All-Silk Mitts, for 10a 25c. Silk Mitts, all atyles, for 21c. 60c. Silk Mitts and Glovea, for 39c. 2">c. Taffeta Silk Gloves, for 21a ? 1.50 "Palais Royal" Kid Gloves, all styles, $1.35. $1.85 Undressed Kid Mousquetalres for$1.75. 98c. Undressed Kid Mousquetalres, for 89a ? 10 Ulsters, in all styles, for $8.50. ? 13 Ulsters for $11; $15 Ulsters for 813. ? 10 English Tailor-made Jackets for $8..">0. $5 Broadcloth Jackets, all colors, for $ t.50, $1.08 Imported Stockinet Jerseys for $1.48. $2 Vest-front Imported Jerseys for $ 1.75. $2.98 Braided Jerseys, all styles, for *2.48. $3.50 White India Linen Suits for $3. $0 Tucked and Embroidered White Suits for $"). $9 "Directoire" India Linen Suits for $8. $ 12 French Sateen Suits for $10.50. ?3.98 White Wrappers, all styles, for $3.50. $ 1.35 Calico Wrapi>ers, all styles, for $1.25. Beaded Visites and Pelerines, Souvenir prices, Maiked $5 00 $9.00 $15.00 $20.00 $27.00 For #3.98 $7.48 $12.00 #17.00 #24?00 98c. and 75c. Silk and Lisle Hose for 85c. 48c. Cotton Hose, all stylos, for 35a 85c. Cotton Hose, all styles, for 29c. 28c. Schopper's HI a k Ribbed Hose for 25a 25c. Superfine Balbriggan Hose for 19c. 25c. Warranted Fast Black Ingrain Hose for 19o. ir Spool of Fast Black Darning Cotton given. $1.68 Superior Ribbed Silk Vests for $ 1.48. $1.35 Lace Work Front Silk Vests for $1.25. 85c. Ribbed Silk Vests, all colors, for (J3a 75c. Lace Work Front Lisle Vests for 59c. 59c. Ribbed Lisle Vests, ail colors, for 55c. 50c. Summer Underwear, all styles, for 45a 35c. Ribbed Vests, all colors, for 2Ua 25c. India Gauze Vests for 19c. Japanese Fans at following Souvenir prices: Marked.. 10c. 15c. 20a 25a 35c. 60c. For 8c. 13c. 17a 22c. 29c. 44c. ?2 Gray Ostrich Feather Fans for $1.08. ? 1 Gauze Fans, all styles, for 89c. $3 Very Superior Gauze Fans for #2.74. 94c. Fans, all styles, for 89c. Pocket Funs at following Souvenir prices: Marked..48c. 25c. 19c. 15c. 12a 10c. For 43a 22c. 17a 13c. 10a 8c. $ 1 Real Silver Garter Clasps for 89c. $3 Silver Chain Purses for $2.50. $11 Silver Chatelaines, all styles, for $10. $ 1 Real Gold and Enamel Finger Rings, 89c. 25c. Lace Pins, all styles, for 19c. 25c. Sterling Silver Pins, for 2Vic. 25c. Bonbon Boxes, with snd without chain, 19c. 10c. Bangles, all styles, for Sc. 29c. large Roman Pearl Beads, for 25c. 19a medium-size Pearl Beads, for 15a The new Fancy Gold Double Hairpins, Marked.... 17c. 25c. *1 For 15c. 22a htfo. 60c. Pocketbooks, all styles, for 39c. 4:ic. Antelope Coin Purses, for 38c. 25c. Double Shawl Straps, for 22c. $1.25 Imitation Alligator Satchels, for Cl.l!> ?3.98 Real Alligator Satchels, for $3.75. 15c. Belts, all styles, for 10c. 60c. English Silk Cricket Belts, for 29c. $3 Chatelaine Bags, all styles, for $2.59. 75c. Summer Ventilating Corsets, for 59o. ? 1 French Corsets, for 84c. 39c.. "Directoire" Bustles, for 29c. 60c. Summer Balmoral Skirts, for 44c. ? 1 Muslin and Cambric Gowns, for 84o, 79c. Gowns, all styles, for 59c. 68c. Chemises, sll styles, for 59c. 35c. Chemises, all sizes, for 29a 68c. Drawers, all sizes, for 59a ? 1 Skirts, all styles, for 84c. 75c. Skirts, all styles, tor 69c. 75a Cambric Corset Covers for 64a 69c. Cambric Corset Covers for 49c. 98c. Dressing Sacques and Blouses for 84c. 19c. Nurses' and Waitresses' Caps for 10a 25c. Cai>?, in all styles, for 21c. 25c. India Linen Aprons for 21o. #5.98 Imported Scotch Plaid Waterproofs, for <6 25 $3.98 Rubber Newmarkets, feather weight, for ?3.49. ?2 98 "Irish Peasant" Striped Rubber Gossamers, for ?2.79. #1.45 Silver Gray Circulars, for #1.29. 10c. Dreaa Shields, all atyles, for 14a 18c. Dress Shields, all styles, for 10c. 20c. Dress Shields, all atyles, for 18a 20c. Silk Garter Elaatla for 15a, 25c. Curiing-Irons, for 20c. 6c. boxea Hair-Puis, for 4c. 12 boxes Metallic Hair-Pins for 10a 60c. boxea Best English Halr-Pins, 430. 15c. Tooth-Brualies, for 12c. 25c. Rubber Combs, all atyles, for 19a 10c. Rubber Combs, all atylea, tor 80. 23c. bottle Bay Bum for 15a 15a bottles Florida Water for 12a 35c. oz. Lubin's Extracts tor 31a 15c. Lubin's Toilet Powder for lie. 15c. Cutlcurs Soap for 14c. 9c. bottles Ammonia for 7a 9c. Balsam Fir Soap aud Pillow for 5a loc. Playing Cards for 12c. 10c. Writing Tableta for 80. 19c. boxes Writing Paper for 15a 6a packages of Envelopes fur 4c, 8OUVENIB8 FOB CHILDREN. Ten per cent of the marked prices of White and Gingham Drees as; also Traveling Suits and Costa. 68c. Infants' Slips for 48c. 68c. Children's Caps, sll styles, for 4#a 98c. Ism O'Shanter Caps for 84a 26c. Children's Drawers for 19c. 98c. Children's Dresses for 84a ?1.26 French Gingham Drawn for 84a 60a Shirt Waists, sll styles, for 44a ?130 Misses* Silver Gray Gossamers, for 81.10. 6c. Children's Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, 4a ?3.40 Misses' Jackets, all styles, for #3. 36c. Children's Double Ens* Fast Black 35c 25c. Children's Bibbed Use Vests for 21a 25c. Children's Black Llals Thread Hose lor 21a ?hoes at 20 per cent discount. WOther souvenirs forchildren quoted la Ustofsos venirs lor ladies. PALAIS BOYAXt Cor. 12th and Pa. ave. a n?nrw? Shoes Fob Summxh. people OOIKO A WAT FOR THE SUMMF.B WILL DO WELL TO LAY IX A SUPPLY OF SHOE& TOO ALL KNOW HOW impossible IT IS AT ALL inflOB RESORTS TO GET THE MOST NECK8 8ABT ABTICLES. THE COUNTRY OB SMALL TOWN SHOP BEAPS A LITTLE HABVE8T GET TING BID OP ITS LAST WINTER'8 STOCK. WHICH INCLUDES PBETTY MUCH EVERYTHING TO BE 8TBE, BUT ALAS! FOB THE POOB UNFORTU NATE ONE WHO HAS TO PUT ON IN DIBE EMERGENCY THE SHOES THEY CAN FIND IN 8UCH A PLACE. YOU WHO GO TO THE MOUNTAINS MUST HAVE ONE GOOD PAIK OF HIGH BUTTONED BOOTS. STBONG AND SEB VICE ABLE, EASY AND COMFOBTABLE. SUITABLE FOB CLIMBING, THAT WILL NOT BE HUBT BY LOOSE STONES AND DUSTY BO ADS. A BUTTONED BUSSET WILL BE THE VERY THING. WE HAVE THEM FOB MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. THEN FOR ALL DRESS OCCASIONS. FOB THOSE WHO WEAB HIGH SHOES A PAIR OF FBENCH EID BUTTON BOOTS. FOR THOSE WHO WEAB LOW 8HOES, SOMETHING IN FANCY 0XF0RD8, TAN OB MOC8E SUEDE, BUSSET OB CLABET, OB PATENT LEATHEB WILL BE NECESSARY. THE MEN. OF COURSE, MUST HAVE LOW RUSHET OB PATENT LEATHER LACE THE YOUNG PEOPLE WHO DANCE MU8T HAVE A PAIR OF FANCY SLirPERS. EVERYBODY, MEN. WOMEN AND CHILDREN, SHOULD HAVE A PAIBOF RUBBER8, FOR MOUN TAIN RAINS COME UP SUDDENLY AND GIVE NO ONE TIME TO SEND TO TOWN FOB RUBBER& YOU WHO GO TO THE SEASHORE NEED A PAIR OF GOOD. SUBSTANTIAL KNOCE-ABOUT SHOES, THAT NEITHER 8AND NOB BOCKS (IF YOU ARE FORTUNATE ENOUGH TO BE ON THE ROCE BOUND OOA8T) NOB AN UNEXPECTED DELUGE AT HIGH TIDE WILL INJURE. RC8 8ETT IS BY ALL ODDS THE MOST SERVICE ABLE FOR THIS SORT OF WEAR. AND THE MOST ECONOMICAL, BUT WE HAVE GOOD BLACK SHOES FOB THE PURPOSE IF YOU PRE FER THEM THEN OF THE DRESS SHOES FOR EVENING HOPS, FOR PROMENADING ON THE PIAZZA. FOR THE THOUSAND AND ONE OCCA 8IONS THAT A DAINTY SHOE IS NECESSARY, WE HAVE AN IMMENSE SUPPLY. SUEDE OF VARIOUS OOLORS, AND BUSSET WITH PATENT LEATHEB TBIMMINliS AND WITHOUT. AND A PAIR OF BUBBERS IS AB NECESSARY HEBE AS IN THE MOUNTAINS, AND FOR BOTH PLACES YOU MUST HAVE A PAIR OF TENNIS sUuU BUT TO ALL OF YOU 8UMMFR TOURISTS, WE SAY GET ALL THE SHOES BEFORE YOU GO THAT YOU ARE LIKELY TO NEED WHILE YOU ARE AWAY. SOME PEOPLE WEAR OUT TWO PAIRS OF SHOES TO OTHERS ONE PAIR, BE CAUSE THEY ARE HEAVIER ON THEIR FEET, DON'T TAKE 81CH GOOD CARE OF THEIB SHOES, OR THEIR FEET MAY PER SPIRE FREELY, AND THEY REQUIRE MORE CHANGES - ANYWAY GET ALL YOU MAY NEED BEFORE YOU GO, IT WILL SAVE YOU IN FINITE TROUBLE AND ANNOYANCE AND THE EXPENSE OF HAVING TO SEND TO THE NEAR EST TOWN, AND THE DISCOMFORT OF HAVING TO WEAR WHATEVER THEY MAY SEND. YOU WHO STAY AT HOME DUBING THE SUM MER NEED THE MOST COMFORTABLE SHOES YOU OAN GET. THE PAVEMENTS ARE VERY WARM AND DUSTY. THEY HEAT THE FEET AND MAKE THEM WARM AND TENDER. SOFT, PLIABLE BUSSET SHOES ARE JUST WHAT YOU WANT. THEY DO NOT SHOW THE DUST AND ARE THE COOLEST SHOES MADE. DO NOT DE LAY TO GET YOUR SHOES BECAUSE YOU THINK YOU'LL BE HERE ALL SUMMER. THE STOCK IS BEING PICKED OVKR, AND AFTER A CER TAIN TIME IT WILL BE IMPOSSIBLE TO RE PLENISH IT. FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED IN BUYING SHOES AS IN EVERYTHING ELSE. YOU WILL ALL-SUMMER TRAVELERS AND STAY-AT-HOMES-FIND THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF MEN'S, WOMEN'S, AND CHILDREN'S PLAIN, substantial, FINE. ELEGANT, AND FANCY FOOTWEAR IN THE CITY; YOU WILL ALL RECEIVE THE M08T POLITE AT TENTION, WHETHER YOU PURCHASE OR ONLY COME TO LOOK AT THE SHOES; YOU WILL FIND ONLY 1 HE BEST QUALITY AND THE LOWEST PRICES FOR WHICH GOOD ARTICLES CAN BE SOLD AT RRB U U RRR TTTT m KSS, BBUURR T "SS P.BR U U RRR T ?SSa BBUURR T rSw BBB UU K K T bSS8 ~ my30 1211 F 8T. N. W. The most complete assortment of White Irnlla Linen, fancy White Chwks anil Plaids and a lull line of Swiss Flouncing', all widths and prices, at KAUFMAN'S Double Combination, 11th pit. a.e. iny25-0t Robinson's Royal Middy AND OTHER NOVELTIES, FOR BOYS AND CHILDREN. 'UITS, We aim to keep before our people the most advanced ideas of the world'! best design* of Boy'i and Children'* Clothe*. One of the mo*t rakish style* we know of 1* TnE ROYAL MIDDY SUIT-made of Navy Blue Flannel?long Pant*?Sailor Shirt, with uian-'o-war Collar?Sleeve* of Shirt bearing the "cross anchors and crown" of a "petty officer" of the British Royal Navy. These Suits are niade to fit Boys of 5 year* and upwards. Another novelty is a striped and plain whito Sailor Suit, Blouse Shirt and Knee Pants, broad Sailor Collar, kept in place by a Sailor Scarf. While the collar* roll low the shirt 1* provided with a detachable vest-like front, differing In pattern from the body, and (riving the appear ance of a fancy undershirt. These come to flt Boys of four years and upward. We are showing this season what wr know to bf the best assortment and the handsomest styles of Woolen and Percale Shirtwaists that ever reached this town. We carry only make* of re'ognized merit. Our regular 8u5t stock is brimming over with the choicest things the world's marts produce. OUR prices place these things within the reach of people of moderate means?which means OUB prices are the lowest. B. ROBINSON & CO., THE BOYS' IDEAL CLOTHIERS, ?0U PA AVE. my30-eo W hy Should'nt The Boys, LARGE OB SMALL, HAVE VERY LIGHT WEIGHT, ALL-WOOL SUITS, AS WELL AS THE MEN? THERE DOES NOT SEEM TO BE ANY GOOD REASON, BUT THE MANUFACTUR ERS SEEM TO BE AFRAID TO MAKE BOYS' # SUITS OF VEBY LIGHT GOODS, UKLINED OB HALF-LINED. IN ANY QUANTITY. OUB BUYER SPENT SEVERAL DAYS LAST WEEK IN PUB8UIT OF THESE PaB TICULAB GOODS. RUNNING ALL OVEB NEW YORK. OF COURSE HE FOUND THEM. FOB THEY MUST BE HAD. and HEBE THEY ABE THE NEWEST AND BEST THAT THE NEW YORK MARKET AFFORDS. WE MENTION ALSO: LONG PANTS 8UITS OF FLANNEL. . LONG PANTS SUITS OF SEBGE. WHITE FLANNEL AND SXROE BU1TB, WITH SHOBT PANTS, VEBY cool and VEBY DBE8SY, MADE UP IN "NORFOLKS" and "BAILORS." BAILOR 8UITB IN PLAIDS and PLAIN OOLOBS. WHITE DUCK SUITS. AND BROW* LINEN SUITSl ft. B. BABNUM * OOU ' Jny30 831 pennsylvania ATB. OAA PIECES OF SOILED MOfAuiTO NET OUy from our late tire; 13c. pirpitA of 8 yard*. Extra heavy fancy Matting, li.'?c.; seamless at 30a. Matting advertised Ntmltu atlsityc. is a humbug. Double Combination. 11th St. SA 10 PEB CeNT Discount. BEATON PIBBT? Previous to Enlarging Hit BuIdm sad Es* tsosive Improvements, will allow 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT On All Salee for 30 dan O? HAT 31 AKD ENDING JUNE 2?. WTHIS 18 A HAKE OPPORTUNITY TO PTE CHASE ALL KIXD8 OP DEY-OOOD6 OP THE BEST CLASS AT 10 PEB CENT LESS THAN REGULAR PRICES. UT ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURE* ? EATON PEBBT. PERRY BCTLDINO, PENN. AVE, OOB STH ST. ESTABLISHED 184a my30-3t The Bon 3Iarche. Ladiee' Bibbed Vests ?.........121?a Ladles' Liale Vesta, all color* ...... 25c. ladlea' Striped Lisle Vests, all colon 36c. Ladies' Oauze Vesta. all shapes .. 25. Children's Bibbed Veata 12>?o. THE BON MARCHE. Corset Cover Bargain. Pine Cambric C. C. square neck. Embroidery trimmed, pearl Lottoua, t rench fellad seama. perfect fitting, aU aizea, choice 25c. THE BON MARCHE Imported Leghorn Flats. Pine Leghorn Flats at 88c. to $2.48. Yon will find these flats soft and to ont-wear 3 of the regular atiff ened leghorn flats. Look at them. It will pay you. Sailor Hats?for ladies?trimmed and un trimmed. THE BON HABCHE. Mark-Down In Hats. R. R. Pokes' Walking Hats and Turbans down to. .17c. 98c. Colored MiUna and Fancy 8traws 4 80. ?1.98 snd $2.26 Colored Lace Straw Hata 98c. $1.25 Children's Trimmed Mackinaw Sailors 98c. THE BON MARCHE. Glove Bargains. Silk Gloves, Black and Colors, 25c.: were 38c. Silk Mitts, 26c, 41k:., 75c.; Black and Colors, 680. Eld Gloves, Black, Browns, Tana, Grays, 50c. pair. THE BON MARCHE Embroidery. We are selling Embroidered Flounce*. Half Flounces, All-overs, and Edgings at about half the regular prices. We cleared out an importer'a entire stock of these goods and give you the benefit of the purchase. Edgings 6c., 8c.,and 10c.; Flouncing* 50c., 76c, 89c. Examine them, it will pay. THE KBB OO KJ S B B O O NN N HBB OO N N N B B O O N N N BBB OO N NN ** A RRR OOO H H FEB uuu'M AA 11 R ?C hhe M MM M A A RRR O HHII KK M M M AAA RROOHHK _ M M M A ? R It OOO U H EEK 7 ?30 310 7th st n. w. LADIES' KID OXFORD TIES 59c., WITH PAT ent Leather Tip. (J9c. ? Common f^nse. extra wide, for tender feet, 99c. Children's Tan and Rua*?t ?yriuK-h*el Low Shoes. (59c. KAUFMAN'S Double Combination, 1241 and 1243 11 th st. a e. my'J5-Gt Bent To Public Favor We've never handled a more satisfactory line of goods than these $15 Suits that are clamor ing for your attention now. Satisfactory In all senses. The fabrics, asido from the fact that they are the choicest weaves in the world, and you know that BlmmonTe, Rock's, Hockanum's, Pall Mall'a and a dozen others of the same high pitch are peer less In their quality. Aside from this fact the patterns and colorings seem to meet with universal enthusiastic approval. Instead of having to search and search for a pattern that pleases, you're really are at a loss to make a selection?They all please? Which? The first one that was shown you, or the last? We can't blame your bewilderment? they certainly are the neatest and most fashion ably original deaigns?without being vulgarly conspicuous?that it has ever been our pleasure to handle. The making is all it should be?If a garment is conscientiously put together it will "do its work"?The fit is all right?The chance that you can't get a perfectly cut garment out of this lot is very small?They were patterned by artiiti and cut by artisans who are content to follow the Instructions of their superiors?The result is a "perch ou perfection." Now, toe made them?and appreciating the high class of fabrics we'd not be likely to trim them with anything but the best?neither did we. Consistency is the prime factor of eloganoe and we're nothing if not consistent The price Is the startler?$15?Really a tailor could charge you from $30 to $40 for any one of these suits and you'd not think him exhorbitant. Any clothier asking yon from $20 to $25 would not seem to be extravagant in his demands. Our price for them?$15?Is low lower than we ever thought we could get with these qualities?but we're able to put them there?and it's our business to get to you with the but for the least money?and hen we are Sacks and cutaways?both. SAKS AND COMPANY, MODERN ROBBINGS FOB MEN. SEVENTH STREET AND MARKET SPACE my30 4 AAA YABDB of NEW FBENCH 8ATINE ?UUU Remnants. most elegxnt patterns. 11,000 yards Everett Classic Seersucker, 8fcc. New M Satine Remnants. 6Mo. KAUFMAN'S Double Combination, 11th st. a.e. my25-6t You Cant Afford To neglect reading our advertisement If you ever buy CLOTHING and FUBNI8H1NG GOODS, and if yon are a man you muet. If you have a doubt ae to who can beet eerve your interests, let us prevail upon you to try us once. A small purchase from us will oonvey quite as important a leeeon in economy aa a Urge one will. We oarry a complete assortment of latest etylee in good reliable goods, end we are able to satisfy the most critical tastes, at the same time will guarantee that our prioee are as low se any honset buaineas houee can aell such high class goods. One purchase will sat isfy you that it pays to treds with us. and ? cloeer ac quaintance with us will convince you that our own in terests are not our sole study. NOAH WALKER * OO.. Mill AND BOYV CLOTHIERS AND VUMM1MBMMB, my30-3t 025 PENNSYLVANIA ATI. pa Double ? LONG I Inch i .THE FE\ 0 RDDn A Tr rY S** J n n ty 2 2 11 gnDD M f r RRRKEKDDD rTTTIIOOTK k FUITTT ??? v> R R I !!c CK K r T 6*5 n n I !!? KK F? T ? SiwwRntP IJ1CCKKK T H B UI DDD T It one K k KEK * PPI? A Y T n R i\ W SdiP tA\ $ A F 5 2^3 r S S SVg X * A W M M M *,*? POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE. lESTABLISHEU 25 YEARS ) SHORT ENDS AND REMNANTS SHOBT ENDS AND HI MS*MS SHOBT ENDS AND BEMXANTS. SHORT ENDS AND UEJIXAMt*. SHORT ENDS AND REMNANTS. TO-MORROW KX SACRIFICE PRICES, TO-MORROW AT SACRIFICE PRICES. TO-MORKOW AT SACRIFICE PRICES. TO-MORROW at SACRIFICE PRICES To-morrow at sacrifice price* TO-MORROW AT SACRIFICE PRICES. The Item* for to-morrow will not stand l.mg under the an usual pressure of lew i nces that we have rut on them. BIG ATTRACTIONS IN TIIE SOT DEPARMFNT. 15 Fliouel HlouMs.Utlim' uii^wen (1.50. R*xl ticketed Wic. 10 liarbt-oolured Jacket*, were (2.50. Red ticketed (1.98. V White Suit* (Children'*) elurhtly colled, were #4.50. Red Ticketed. * 1 .km. 10 Children's Gingham Suit*, small (ilea, were #1.50. Red Ticketed. 69c. A ?mall lot of Ladle*' Goasamer Circulars, were #1.75. Red Ticketed. (1.39. GOOD THINGS IN MILLINERY. 6 do*. Ladiea' "Mackinaw" Sailor*, trimmed In Black or White, worth 98a Red Ticketed. 69c. each. 25 do*, of Fine Muslin Cap*, all aire*; very cheap at 38c. Red Ticketed. 20e. each. UNUSUAL CHANCES IN RIBBONS. 150 piece* of all ?ilk O. G and Satin Edge Bib bona No. 5. all oolora, worth 10c. Red Ticketed. 6c. a yard. I lot of Ribbon, Satin Pieot Edge and Moir* Crown Edge, No*, 2 and 3, all shadee, were 7c. to 10c. Bed Ticketed. 5c. a yard. 8HOBT ENDS OF EMBROIDERIES AND LACES. 1 lot of ahort length* of Cambric and Swiss Embroideries, were 25c. a yard. bed Tkketed. 10c. a yard. Remnant* of Embroideries, were 50c. and 7,?c. a remnant. Bed Ticketed. l|jc. a rcuiuuit. 1 lot of Everlasting Trimming, was Sc., 10c., and 12)?c. a yard. Red Ticketed. 5c. a yard. 1 lot of Brown Cotton Lacc, was 25a Bed Ticketed, 10c. a yard. BARGAINS IN LINENS. 10 65c. Tnrkey-Red Table Covers, size 6-4. fast colors. Red Ticketed, 40c. each. 16 do*, of 85c. Full-Bleached 5-8 Dinner Nap kin*. Bed Ticketed, 60c. a do*. BIG THINGS IN WHITE GOODS. 3 piece* of 15c. Black and White Satin Plaid India Linen*. Bed Ticketed, 1I V'. a yard 1 piece of 1 "He. India Linen, with raised cord. Bed Ticketed. 10c. a yard. DRESS GOODS BEDl'CTIONS. 3 piece* of 15c. single-width Dress Good*. In Gray stripes. Bed Ticketed, 10c. * yard. 1 piece of 500. Gray Plaid. 36 luetic* wide. Bed Ticketed. -5c. a yard. 1 piece of 40c. Black AlbatroM. Bed Ticketed, 25c. a yard. 500 remnant* of all kind* in the Drews Good* line *t half price. REMARKABLE COTTON UNDERWEAR AND COR BET BARGAINS. A lot of Bauw'l Sanitary and "Our Make" Corats. genuine whalebone*, sizes IB to 22. Wt r? (2.50. Bed Ticketed 69c. 3!tc. "Directoire" Bustle. Bed Ticketed 27c. each. A lot of (1 Dressing Sacque* and Biou*e*. Bed Ticketed 85c. OSc. Gowns, "Mother Hubbard," cambric ruf fle at neck and aleeves, tucked yoke. Bed Ticketed 59c. each. GOOD CHANCES IN UPHOLSTEBY AND ABT DE PABTMENTS. Lace Bed Set*, large alze, three piece*. Wer* $1.75. Bed Ticketed (1.25 set. 15 Cocoa Door-Mats. Wer* (1.15. Bed Ticketed 70c. each. Stamped Pillow Shams, rood cotton, new de signs, were 25a Red Ticketed, 18c Felt Lambrequin*. 2fe yards loLg, *ppllqued center*, long tassels, were 11, *1.10 and (1.25. Bed Ticketed, 90c each. 50 Japanese Milk Pitcher*. Bed Ticketed, 4c. each. 50 Japanese Oat Meal Bowl*. Bed Ticketed. 9c. each. BARGAINS IN HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR 35 pair of Ladies' Fancy Striped Hoae, wer* S5c.apalr. Red Ticketed 21c.; 5 pairs #1. 50 pair of Lsdlee' Derby Bibbed How, ?i*e? Hi* and WH; ware 30c. a pair. Red Ticketed 24c. a pair. 15 Ladle*' Llale Thread, Swiss Bibbed Vesta, White, Pink and Blue, were 85c. lied Ticketed 73c. each. SHOBl ENDS IN FANS. 1 lot of Japaneee Fan*, worth 10 and l'JMc. Bed Ticketed 8c. each. 1 lot of Child'* Hand-painted Feather Fan*; were 50c. Bed Ticketed 43c. ra h. HANDKEBCHIKF8 AND SHAWLS. A lot of 1-ttc. embroidered handkerchiefs, red ticketed 9c. each. 1 lot of white embroidered, drawn stitch hand kerchiefs, were 27c., red ticketed 1 Mr each, 5c. and 6c. colored bordered, hemstitched handker chiefs, 4c. each. 1 lot of square cashmere shawl*, were (1.50, red ticketed (1.30. 1 lot of fine Chin* silk, embroided shawl*, were (5.75, red ticketed (4.6S. BA1.GA1.NS IN LEATHER GOODS. 1 lot of Knit Coin Purse*, all color*, worth 25c. Red Ticketed 7c. each. 25c. Imitation Seal All Leather Pocketbooka, oxydized clasp*. Red Ticketed 15c. each. 25c. Seal Card Case*. Luge and a?.?i) size. Red Ticketed 18c. each. Leather Card Case*, worth 10o. Bed Ticketed 2c. each. JEWELRY DEPARTMENT. 1 lot of Fancy Rhine-stone and Enameled Breast Pins, were 25c. and 35c. Red Ticketed 10c. each. 1 lot of Oxydized Match Safe*, were 50a Red Ticketed 39c. each. A lot of 25c. Ozydized Bonbonnier* Boxes. Bed Ticketed 19c. each. A lot of Silver Bracelet*; Worth 15a Bed Ticketed 9c. each. BARGAINS IN GLOVES. 1 lot of Undressed Kid Glove*. 4-hutton, all ?lzes; worth (i 25. Red Ticketed 65c. a pair. 1 lot of Children's 50c. Silk Gloves. Red Ticketed 25c. a pair. A lot of Ladies' Pure Silk Glove*. Black and Colored, fancy stitched; were (1.00. Bed Ticketed 50c. * p*ir. GOOD DRESS TRIMMING CHANCES. A lot of Persian Band Trimming, were 25c to SOc. Bed ticketed, 10c. * yard. Odds and ends of Colored Silk Girdles, were 75c. and (1. Red ticketed, 50c. each. 1 lot of Colored Milsnaise Drops (all color*). Were 91 * (cross. Bed ticketed, 50a * gross. 1 lot of Colored Bead Edging, was 40c. and 60c. a yard. Bed ticketed. 10c. a yard. 1 piece of Black CbanlUly Lace Floiweing. 00 inches wide, was (2.50 a yard. Bed ticketed, *1.98 a yard. EXTRA OPPORTUNITIES IN VFILFNGS. A lot of Chenille Dot Veil*, *11 colors, were 12Hc,. Red ticketed. Sc. each. 1 Lot of Jane Hadiuir Veiling* (Black), wer* 60 and 75c. a yard. Red Ticketed 29c. a yard. A lot of Chenille Dot Veiling (Black or White), bordered, was 75c. s yard. Bed Ticketed 45c. * yard. MONET SAVERS ON NOTIONS AND TOILET GOODS. A lot of Moth Marble*. Large size box was 18a Bed Ticketed 12 (?c. box. Smaller six* box was 13a Bed Ticketed 7a box. Jacquot'* French Blacking, worth 5a Bed Ticketed lc. a box A lot of Porcelain Cream Pitcher*. worth 15c. Bed Ticketed 2 for 5. Common Sense Hair Crimpers, worth 6a * paper. Red Ticketed 2c. * i>ai*r. A lot of White Head Hat Pius. Bed Ticketed 10c. s dozen. ^ Metal Hair Brushes, worth 25a Bed Ticketed BARGAINS in THE BUTTON DEPARTMENT A lot of 16c. and 20c. Metal Clasps. Red Ticketed 5c. each. Odds and Ends of Metal Button*, worth 25a Bed Ticketed 5c. * dozen. LADIES' NECKWEAR DEPABTMENT. Odd* and Ends iu Mourning Collar* and Cut!*, were 15c. and 19c. Bed Ticketed 10a Tl Lot of Black Spanish Usee Scarfs, all silk, were (2.25. Red Ticketed (1.75 each A few Torchon Collar*, were 16c, Bed Tick eted 10c. each. One lot of Mull Tie*, worth 12Mc? 15c. aud 18c. Red Ticketed 9a PARASOLS. 1 lot of (2 and (2 25 Fancy Silk and Satin Parasol*. Red Ticketed (1.2* each. 1 lot of 3-inch Gold Cap. Gloria Cloth I'rn brellas, were (3.25 and (3.6o. Bad Ticketed (2.49 each FANCY GOODS DEPABTMENT. A lot of *.'lver-plated Narkla Ring*, war ranted for one year. Worth 35a Bed Ticketed 8c. each. Odds and ends <4 game*. China Wars, Waiter* and all kinds of Fancy Article*. Red Ticketed 10c. eftchs A lot of Photograph Albums, worth (3. Bad Ticketed (1.50. GOOP THINGS IS MEN'S FUBNISHINGS. 1 lot of 12Mb. White aud Col d Border** Handkerchiefs. Bed Ticketed 3 for 26e. 1 Lot of (1.75 Plan* Shirts, at*** 16)4 I?, and ISM only. Bed Ticketed (1 eaih. A.Lot of^SOc^ t'nlaunderwd 1 ?? - ._ . \ tiot e | KTfcBS THrBKPAT, Mat 30, 1889. woodward * lothrop. c<?f liui uj r ntrwtt n m. It ta M?t a* w* Bid lb* Mat two Thuradaya. A. the see.* theehort lenrtherrvw mors plentiful, and mutant ha ml I,, a-n w more uumervu* Th? remnant stock niuat be kept 4 it at all hiarl. att l wr altail place quick-moving i-rioea ?u everything that oWU to j? eold tomorrow. W* rster |?rucatar<T to -short Length." of Ginghams. Hate.ua. riau nela. Challies and Woolen Fabrics, Never before ra tha quantity eo large, the pattern* ao attractive. or the henrain-i t. king ao easy andguod. ta ran not go at,use to buytng anything yo? ?.? tuia FrtiUy. ptw *1 led yon have a shadow of a use tor It IV.n ? buy what you cannot use. To buy Judiciously I* to save money, Judicious bnyon are our be*: remnant customer*. The 8. 000 j ard* o| 1-"Sc. Gingham* at ?r. per Taci wtU be In cluded in this remnant sale. ftWlWCA 1 b?er are the beat trB ttant twrgama In Paraa. .la we ever off.-red. 3 Moire laraaola. 1 Ordinal at d 2 l-.ru. t.at ?ra; wood sticks. Reduced t,, g i, a Satiu striped Parse, la. Hr>?n and 1 Car dlnal, natural handle Reduced to #1. 3 Fancy Para*.'.a. 1 Garnet and fccra. 1 For* and Br.,an and 1 Kcru and Navy, natural stick. Rednced ?o #1. 2 Black Hat in Parasol*. with white bntte tt(w and ribbon boa. bauiboo handle. BeUu. ed to #1. 2 Fancy Striped Silk Panada, 1 Cardinal and Black. 1 Lavender and Black; silver tipped. natural atick lutored to (??? ^Childna* Fancy Silk Parasols. Reduced hidT^! p,r*""l? *"h natural wood Handle. Reduced to 50c. (First floor l Fi^lT f'-AKNri' SHIKT* 11 ra?r* ii.t. J2 ' l "***? ??>???. and pocket at tacW. w^l mede aud shs,*i,, ,-j. 13 *""? MENS MALT MUSK. 14 Pairs Men a ?T2 tCucU ^ lhrw H- *"??? -? Seduced, or Remnant Price ???. 5 Pair* lien'a F aucy Cotton Hal! ll" ea hlM, Beduced. or Remnant Price & p,!,, tar (I . , ?r* ,Ueu'* lltr* Hue Striped ftHMk JJ"le Thread H.M?e. Sir.?, ? and lo^i Beduced. or lt.aiu.ant Prio, 31?!n for ft (Piret floor.) ?yS'* "ot>T> INITIAL- HANPKru CKILI8 e:? Men'a Wblte All-li|..li Hem* ?tltche.1 "Initial" llandken liiefa, I Inch h. tn. UiVf hiz^, 3 A*. 3 liN 4 J it, ? Oi, 1 K, 3 T# and a V?. Leduced, or Remnant PHce ?V. 3S| Mm'a White All-linen Hemetlu be.l Ini tial Handkenhivla, J-incb hem, 4 A a, | ??. fl (<1 W, IK. 5 l?, 3 Ma, 3 Ka. 4 Ua and 4 Ta! Kxtra quality. Beduced. or Remnant Price .TV 3 for f I OLu S1C8. ?Here are a (ew eb>elteat batvatlia lnOlorea U yon can wear any of theae ai/.-a. < pair* Ladieo' h-button Leiurth A'barnoi* Monaquetaire Glovea, alltfbtlj ladod frou. dia pl?j ; ?ire? Sft and 6. Beduced. or Icemnant Price M I>air? tadiea' 10-batt.<n I?.|i?rth M aaqoel tairr* l..al Kidtilovea. tu.o$?ra Kbudea. alien "** ?"'! ?'? 'a?for very email ban.la. Beduc.-d, or Remnant Price 75^ 5 raira Iji.ii.-a1 4-tartHln Bla. k !?.* akla Olovea, embroidered luck, au^-rior quality: air.* and ti^. Bedu.ed.or Keiunant Price H.JVO bOIVCUIIIUKii. If you liave a boy to M ?ny of tbi-w Mi/c? yon rim *t*-ur* m litrtrtiL mm the reduction l* couKid. rabl. 1 Boy a* Htnivd Cheviot bujt, aize 13 year*. Beduced to fj. 2 Boya' Navy Bine Jem y Hail.* Suit*, aizua 7 ?nd ?. Reduced to *;t. ? Boya- Neat Htrii-d and Chtvked rh?ric?t Buita,all Wool.81/.,. ti, h, io, ix, 1o altU la year*. Bedu.-ed to #4. .r> Boy*' Slued aud Plaid Cheviot Knit*, all Wool, serviceable aud dr.*?y, aitea 7, 8, 10, aud 15 years. Reduced to KILTS, 5 Boy*1 oue-lim-e Oinrham Kilt Buita, aire* J and 2lt yeara. lie<lu.e.i to 7,'h-. J Boya' Plaid iJnea Kilt huita, -J Blue and I Brown, will waah, aizua 4 and j J. ara. Be duced to *3. 3 Boya' Corduroy Kilt Ruita, Urn* arid f .ur year*. Beduced to t3.jO each. 5 Boya'AH-Wool Cheviot Oue-plm Kilt Hnlta, ?ize* 2X. 3 and 3*% yean. Be.lu , d to *.t ?o. 1 Boy*' Navy Blue Velvet Kilt buit, aise 4 year*. Reduced tu C4 owL. (Third floor.) INFAK1S' DEPARTMPXT. 3 Iiifatit*' ettra quality Flannel Ix.n?t hVirta, Brici-auu n.-d WithKilk. Bedu.e.1 to ^1. 2 Infanta' Fine Oamnric Voug Skirts with two maertinmi of tmlKUdeq and de..,' Km bn,uiI-red Buttle, bliirhtl) aoiletl. BeUuced to ? 1.75. 2 Children's Checked Flannel Coata. eaoeP.eot for cool sunitner evenuur aud in. ,ruin* ?u?r. Hi zee 2 to 3 years. lu-duceU to ?5. (8econd floor.) CAMBRIC CXPFRWKAR. 6 Lai!ie*I^>ni*4lala Cambric Oiwna. tucked yoke and tnn lued aiUi caiubrie ruffle, aire 13. Bt.luc.d to o<>c. 25 fine Mualin t'oraet Covera. bnrh ne- k and tninmed with narrow edjre of embroidery, au?? 32 and 34. Beduced to 15c. DRE8&ING SACyl LS. 11 Ladie*' fine La?-n Dreaaiug 8acquea. triuimed with Uambur*, aize 32. Reduced to o.Ki COBSETS. 1 Oertnan Woven Khort-waiat Corset, acalloi>ed top, alurbtly aoiled, mux 24. Beduced to 5Uc.. half pmw. 1 Uerrnan Woveu Cornet, acall >|*d top and bottom, size 2U. Reduced to 60c.; leaa tbau half price. (Second floor.) FANCY BuXES. 7 I-.*ath. rett. Handkerchief B'lea. Bed need to 37c. 23 Leatherette Glove Bcxea. Reduced to 37e. b Leather Ulove Boxea, aaun lined. B?Hluiwd to 75c. 20 Leather Collar and Cuff Boxoa; 0 reduced to $125 and 14 reduced to el .50. (Firat floor ) -SHORT LENGTHS" IX LINING*. If want a small 1 lece of Caiubric, bileeia, or other Lmiiura for fai'iiiK, waiat linuqr. Ac., here Is your o|>|>ort unity. 4ti ?"Short Lemrtha" of llreaauiaker's Cam* brie. It to ti yard* 119 "'Short Lenirtba- of Plain Color Sileaia, 1 to 4 yard*. Si) "Short Lentrtha" of Fancy bileala, 1 to 2W yarvia. Al*o "Short Length*" of Moreen Skirtli*, Uoliaira, Quilted Sat.ua, Wurana, Senraa, Ac., at low remnant prices. REMNANT SALE "EXTRAORDINARY" OF CHILDREN'S WHITE INDIA I.i.V/V AND OttlKNTAL LACE DBESSKm AT GRKATLY BKDLCED PRICES. 1 Child'a Cream Oriental Lace Dreaa, aize 4 year*. Beduced to ( .'.50. 7 Children'* Viaaii Dreaae* of Gimrham aud BatlKte, aize* 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 yeara. Be duced to (2.50. 4 Children's White French Pique Dresana, trimmed with embroidery, aize 6 years. price. Beduced to (3. U Children's White French Pique Dresses, trimmed with embroidery, size b yean, reduced to (li.50. 1 Child's White Indla Linon Suit, elaborately trimmed with embroidery; aize 4 y>*rt, re duced to (4. 2 Children's White India Linon Sulta, very bandsomely trimmi-d tiUi embroidery, llali* pneu. aires 4 and ? year*. Redu- ed to #.Y MISSES' SUITS. 1 Miaae*' Cream oriental Lace Dreaa, aize 12 yeara. Beduced to (5. 1 Misses' All-Wool Challie Suit, crearB ground, fhrured. Size 12 yeara. Beduced to (5 I Misses' Cream Oriental Lace Suit, trimmed With ribbon, size 14 yeara. Reduced to (7.50i 1 Misses' White Fine India Linon Suit, plaited skirt with wide inserting ban da bias 14 year*. Beduced to (7.50. 2 Misses' Extra-Fine * nite finlta, aktrt of three ruffles of embroidery aud aaiat of all-over embroidery. 81x0a 14 and 10 year*. Beduced to (7.50. 2 Misses Cream All-wool Albstmss Kmta, richly trimmed with lace, aize 14 aud 10 yean. Beduced to (3.50- Slightly aoiled. 1 Miasua Cream All-wool Albatroa* Suit, with ?eat front and panel of samel silk velvet, size 14 yean. Bed need to (7 50. 1 Misses Fine White India Linon Suit, full tucked akirt laid with Haiubunr insertiuir*, alas 12 years. Beduced to (7.5U (Third floor) "ODD SIZES" IX LADIES WHITE SI IT*. As quickly aa a line of aise* beoowe broken or a suit reU rnmt'ied or allied wa drop it* price and place it on sale Friday, 1 Ladle* White India Liuioc Suit, aize 42?(or a larve lady. Beduced to (2. &0. 1 Ladies White India Ciuon Suit, embroidery trinuiied. aize 42?tur a large lady. Reduced to (3!* 1 Ladle* White India Ltaoc Suit, trimmed With embroidery, slat 40. Bedaoed to (5. 1 IxLea Cream Oriental Lace Suit, trimmed with ribbon, aise 34. Reduced U> (H.50. 1 Ladie*' White India Linon Knit, handsomaly trimmed with embroidery, atss 32. Beduoea to (8 50. 1 Ladies' ?hita Hematite bed Mull Sail, rta* SO. Reduced to (10. ODD W AIST. 1 Ladies'-Odd-White India Linon Waist, trimmed with embroidery, sue 40. VaJllO^d to il. ODD SKIRT. 1 Ladles' "Odd" Kmbroldsra? White India Linon skirt. Bedmwd to (1 (ACQL'EM 1 Ladiea' All-wool riaiirMQDceaa tmr Sa> uue, Size 3b. Reduced to (1.60 WlvAllEKb 3 Ladles' Guucban Wj alijrtitly imperfect, a.aea 34 aad 40 to (1 50. 1 ladies' Ftuk-fcrarsd Chains 36 Reduced to (o. MBBOIDEBT DKTARTMEXT. 60* -odd" Skein* 01 ZephyT. ta various colon, re duced to Sc per -v-aa ?Short Leuirt ha Oi Plain aad FMand China Bilk a. in art colonum, for scarfa, fancy Work. Ac., at reduced prices. Over 100 pea of sua . isfceSSSiSisv WOODWARD A