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WASHINGTON: rwmT i, im tHIMHV ft. ?01E? KdlMT. *HE EVKMMJ BTAR ku (k? fallaat t ,r|j ( ire station of any >t?>p*prr in ike H'ni4, and ?? ?? AdtrrlitiM Medleai to worth wore I ban all ike siker papers published la H a?kii(lw. lew York Oftot, Boom 93. Tribnna Balding. Th? Star Out of Town. Ttrs r.TTxiyo Stab will be sent bv fftttl to ?ny addreee in the United State* or Canada for rich period as may be desired, at the rate of fifty rent* per month. g*" But aU. f irh orders mttat be accompanied by the money, ute yrper cannot be tent, ax no account* are lept vrtfh mail eubecrtption*. jrf The effect of the rivalry between cltlef, which ia carried to a more absurd extreme in the west than in this part of the country, ia well shown in Montana, where the straggle over the ?tete capital the other day resulted temporarily In the choice of a town whose general ir.signifi cance is relieved only by a ridiculous norelty In name. This was due to the resolve on Itatte's part that Helena shonld not hare the konoT, and on Helena's part that Butte should lose it at any cost Even in the selection of a temporary capital, where the business of the government might be carried on till arrange tnects were made for its permanent accom B> Nation, the same spirit prevailed. In either .Helena or Butte convenient quarter! could L- o uvea provided for the state offices with out trouble; but neither of the rival cities wae willing to yield even this passing courtesy to the other. There may be consolation for the town finally worsted in this cutthroat warfare in reflecting that the leading cities of the Union, with the single exception of Boston, Ere not tbo political capitals of their respective ?tates. In lee.1, commerce and politics seem to kave so slight an affinity for each other that ?tudents of sociology have sometimes been inured to wonder what would have been the fate ot New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, St. Louis, Brooklyn or San Francisco if they had keen handicapped in their struggle for popu lation and wealth by the political conditions which have, in Albany, Harriaburg, Spring field. Jefferson and Sacramento, figured as Concomitants of a second rank. In Bnmboy. S. C., has recently occurred an affair of belligerency with a comical side. The Prices and the Stewarts, two families Of local gentry, had a quarrel last year over the pro priety of employing a colored dancing master. One of the Stewarts said that no gentleman would attend the classes of a colored master. Thereupon a Price, who had laid himself open to this deadly insult by taking some lessons, gave the too Ulkative Stewart a whipping. On Tuesday of this week the whipped Stewart pro cured the assistance of a brother, and the two lay in wait for the whipper, whom they endeav ored to punish, but were knocked down for their pains, xhe Stewarts then pulled out their pistols and a shooting affray began, which was checked by the appearance of the town marshal before any wounds had been in flicted. So the greit Bamboran question whether a man can be a gentleman who employs a colored dancing mast> r remains unsettled though the affirmants have rather the best of it so far ae the fighting bas progressed. Assail the -'ticker" as we may It nevertheless has its beneficent side. When a gentleman in New York the other day lost certificates repre senting ten thousand dollars' worth of corpo rate securities, and believed they had been dropped in the street somewhere down town, he not only had the loss reported to the police! but sent over the stock news wires which run into the office of every banker and broker in the city. Fortunately they were found by an honest boy and restored; but had they been picked up by a dishonest person his first move would have been to carry them to somebody doing business with Wall street and try to sell th?m. The ticker warning, sent out promptly when the documents were missed, would have cut short this trick and caused the apprehen sion of the offender?all of which goes to show that there may be a modicum of good in an in strument which receives endless condemnation because some people divert its functions to a bad end. J. Frank Culloic, the Minneapolis lawyer who has confessed a most audacious series of forgeries, says that he wishes no mercy at the hands or the court. That seems to be about the only reasonable and modest thing he bas done since his career of crime began. It re calls the case of the murderer Earl in New York state pevera! years ago. which excited so much pathetic interest. He interposed no techcical defenses at his trial, and wae sen tenced to death for killing his wife after having been repeatedly betrayed by her. He said that he had no desire to live without the one woman he had ever loved, and withheld his consent to ? n appeal. On the morning of the execution he declared that it was the happiest day he had known for several years. If Mr. Cullotn will hold to his tir?t resolve, as Earl did. till justice has got through with him, he will save himself and th? state a lot of trouble, and retrieve, to that extent, the wrong h* has done. ? It is hereby mutually agreed that England JTtnv continue to coin a mint of money by dye ing the skins of the seals of Behring sea, and that the United States may enjoy the profit# of capturing these seals on condition that for her own an J England's ben< fit she protect the fish eries from the extermination, which through ln.hscnmmate slaughter bas befallen the Ant arctic fisheries. It is further agreed that Can ada, which may neither capture nor dye the s?als. shall be permitted to continue to'splut ter. Lastly it is stipulated that the captain of the Black Diamond and prize crew Hawkins may brand each other as pirates to their hearts' content, and that Gilbert and Sullivan shall weave the strange adventures of these bold navigators into the plot of their next comic opera. No diplomatic confidence is violated in divulging this memorandum of items in the |>lan of settlement to be applied to the Behring ?ea controversy. The good people in charge of the Preeby ter?an church at Sag Harbor. L. L, were horri fied the other morning at discovering a pirate flig floating from the weather-vane of the steeple, more than two hundred feet in the air. As the vane is to be reached only by climbing they have offered twenty dollar* to anybody who will get the obnoxious emblem down. Thev propose to offer no quarter to the black flag. Now that she haa got Martin Burke back, and caa turn her attention to the Cronin mystery once mere, Chicago may be expected to give her workl's fair project a rest Montana ia to be congratulated that in ita exciting hunt through the wilderness for a Capital-site it has eecaped. though narrowly, the deadly coils of "Anaconda." President Harrison seems to be popular Do Tin East. ^ACEIFIC* SALE OF DEI GOODS. Ea As we shall move Into the storm Hoa. 404 and 404 7th it by Seytsuiber 1, and wut to opsn with aa entlrs *n stock, we are determined to cloas oat STerrttta* kij tfcs line of Dress Ouods, ttilka. Vaivst*. Bstiasa, Cluvea. Hosier*. Corssts. Eut Gadsrwsar. Clotia foe Hsu's sad Boys' wsar. Table Linens, Tcwsis, ??? Carpets- Oil Cloths, *?-, Ec. Tbo stock ia too stumorous to msatlsa particular prices, U you waat any roods for present ass or win ter now is tho tints to parch ass. as tt will pay yew to purchase at oar eld stand, HEART RTRASBCEOEB, 820 ?th st. hot .. HsodL fit ore for rent WaatcJ. Salesman and 8alsals?w> au9-lm wi>i rocnT*ni rounTAia Be?l rood *o>?a ?lE,75e- pserssas. 860 food Eavsiopoe. **c. c a pvBEELI. & ft! IUUAL A A II KM ? lOi uv A A LUX m A i5 8 I f?? %cS LUbll "kS is? SALE; *?'? barwelna Innumerable thiwoffe the store. Our ?ale ha* been a aooceea, And we will trr omt vtmoat to have It continue w> throughout the month. We mention items for I?lEfy ONLY TOMORROW tfait ere of uncaual interact. BEAR IX MIND THAT THEBE IB A BTOBB FULL OF OTHERS. mar. Our "Famous" 68c. UnlaondenH DRESS SHIRT, ?lain boaom, made of New York Mllla Mualtn, patent ?tan In eleere and back, linen boaom and ban da, and. like all of oar Shirt*, containing ererrttiint that gott to make a Shirt Brat olaaa and abeohotely perfect Bttto* CLOSING SALE PRICE, 60o. EACH. 8XCOXD. Our 'Tamone" *1.00 Plata er Plaited Boaom Unlaundered DRESS SHIRT*, made of New York Milla Muslin, linen boaom and ban da, boaom back with butcher's linen, patent stays on alette and back. CLOSING SALE PRICE, 63a. EACH. TRIRD. Our $1.50 FLANNEL SHIRTS, well made and of new deeigros. CLOSING SALE PRICE. 88c. EACH. rOVRTJt. Our $2:85 and $8.60 Plain and Fancy FLANNEL SHIRTS, all aizea. CLOSIN0 8ALB PRICE, $1.08 EACH. riTTB. Our *4 and S4.50 FRENCH FLANNEL SHIRTS; nobby designs in Silk and Satin Strlpea. CLOSING SALS PRICE. S3.25 EACH. SIXTH. Our tf 2*c. Fine GAUZE UNDEB VESTS, with French Collar*. CLOSING SALE PRICE. 35o. EACH; 8 FOB SI. SEVENTH. Our 65c DOMET OUTING SHIRTS; full alae and sew deaicns. CLOSING SALE PRICE. 60o. BACH. PRICE rOE SA TURD A Y ONLY. 1". a iTnn - f I". tA 8 8 IWB S BBB A A UU MMM ?m1 POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE, ana 7TH. 8TH AND D STREETa We Do Not Weaby THE PUBLIC WITH AN UNBROKEN MONOTONY OF BANKRUPT. SURPLUS, INSURANCE AND OTHER KINDS OF JOB-LOT CUT-PRICE SALES. WE KEEP OUR STOCK UP MONTHS LATER THAN OTHER DEALERS. BO THAT AT THE END OF OUR SEASON WE HAVE A LARGE QUANTITY OF SUM MER SHOES WHICH WE MUST SELL AT OSCE OR CARRY OVER AND BI8K A CHANGE IN STYLE. WE PREFER TO CL08E THE* OUT QUICKLY AT COAT, OR A LITTLE LESS, AND TO DO SO WE HAVB, TWICE A YEAR, WHAT WE CALL OUR BBB A B B AA BBB A A F\ 8??o A S 5*5 BBB A A RRR Q A A II N N N Sbu* tt i I W B SM B?S ?SSj SgjjS AA L A A L AAA L A A H-t-T KER F. IL. HERF. ARE SOME OF THE PRICES AT WHICH YOU CAN NOW BUY BBB B B BBB h B BBB g $ g?R rji V U RRR \ " " n i u u UU ssss MEN S ?3.00 TENN8, $1.80. MEN'S $5 00 SHOES. $2 60 AND $3.00. MAN'S #6 00 SHOES. S4.00. MEN'S ST.00 AND SS.OO SHOES. S4.7S AND $6 25. LADIES' 93.00 OXFORDS, RUSSET AND BLACK . ALSO TENNIS SHOES, $1.80. LADIES' $4.00 SHOES, $2.80. LADLES' $5.00 SHOES. $3.80. LADIES' SC.00 SHOES, S3 90 AND *125. BOYS ?3.00 SHOES, S2 50. ROYS' $2.50 SHOES. $2.00 MISSES' S3 25. S3.00, AND $2.50 SHOES, $2 00. CHILDREN'S $* 26 AND $2.00 SHOES, $1.50. INFANTS' $1.25 AND $1.00 SHOES, 75c. ?BB* f T ? 5s38 KBB u U RRR T #S tJ Wit ? ARTHUR EURT k OO, XBll F ST. N. W. Proper Things At Proper Phides. Aboo* the world'a moat tamoaa fabrics the name of Draedeo Worated stands deaert?dly hirt. It ta Lljrht to weight, pleaaaat to the touch, yet atronr and almoet wear-renlatiiJK. We haTe had ooneiderable aucceaaa thia aeaaon with Suite made (rom thia material. Wa control It for Uia District, and that is to itaclf a roar aatee that the price la r<rht-$16 a Suit. Sereral Shadee of Gray, ranfinf from the Li*ht Steal to bordering on the Brown. Sack Shape only; half lined, faultleee in At. The Sir Oracle of Bwalldoai aaye that for the prome nade. the aea ahore.or the mono tain a, a White or Striped Flaanel Salt to the proper thins. We hare both, complete to Itoca of aUaa. Krtiped, $12; White, $15 a Suit. An EuKliah Senra?Black or Bla*-to Sack or Cat away Shape. While sot quite aa pronounoed. la ovuated anon* the "Very Dreeay." We're aelHttf them faat at $15, and we ha-ran't the allxbtaat hael tency in sarin* there are bo each fltttof ^-thse to town?Raedy Hade. ROBINSON, PABKEB k OO. BEPRESENTATIVB CLOTHIER* 81# SBTRNTH $T.. OOB. OF R The 15 Pee Cut Discount ON OUR STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER KATS WILL BB DISCONTINUED AUGUST IB. aecnre them until that c MILITART AND pCNIGHTS TEMPLAK OOQM WX&UTT * it GOLwwmim ""HO MISREPRESENTATIONS." HOUSE FURNISHINGS, TOTS. AND FANCY GOODS, 1007-1009 F (IT. N.W. n jrif it 000 II NN N O O I 1 11 ALWAYS THE FTR8T I* THE FIET.D. It OOLD8CHMID, 1007-1000 F ST N.W. Cnttlnff the pries of Btapla, aa well aa Snm-~. Goods, haU la two. Boom la mora valuable thau Goods at the present time. The "RelUMlity of <mr Hon?e (? wen known to all ?rodent buyers ot Washington and enrronndlng coun try: thms wa aave oureelvee ot tbe very unpleasant taak of "self praise," which "goee bat very little waye," and repeat in "glowing" phrasee that we are "BeUable," for "BelllMlliy" has been a very distinct characteristic of our House BEAD SPECIALS FOB TOMORROW (SATURDAY). SUCH PRICES NEVER BEFORE ATTEMPTED. GOODS THAT BELL AT SIGHT. PICTURE DEPARTMENT. 2.500 Pictures, Handsomely Framed, in all the latest Style* of Mouldings, and most noted pictures, at such prices that win talk for themeelvee. 200?11*14?811ver and Ivory, Gold and Ivory, White and Gold, White and Silver, Antique Oak, Oak and Steal, and Combination Silver Framed Pic tures, with English Mat* and wall-known aubjecte. Tour choice 68c. 100-14*17-Antique Oak, Framed Pictures, with Bairlleh Mats, for 88c. 100 Ivory and Gold Framed Pictures with SO differ ent subjects, only 98c. I,000 Antique Oak Framed Pictures, 20*24, with the eelebtated artotype engravings, .worth $3.00; our price tomorrow, *1.08. 600 20*2* Steel and Oak, Oak and Copper. Steel and Plush Frames with Artotypes in the following famous pietnree: "The Fatea," Millet's celebrated picture "1a Angelas," "Peacemaker," "In Love," "Pete," "Family Cares," "Dreaming," "Laughing," "Scandal." "?Secret*" "Wedded," "Wooing," "Charger," "Eclipse," "Faint Hearted," "Springtime," "Cupid's Vacation," "Love and the Butterfly," and "Cupid's Return," etc., etc. These pictures and framss sre worth 13.00; our price for tomorrow. 91.98. 600 subjects to select from. 100 28x34 Oak and Steel. Oak and Copper Framed Pictures, with all well-known subjects, such ss: "I'll Tsks Care of ToU;" "He'll Take Care of Us;" "Pete;" "See-Saw;" "1814;" "'TwixtLove and Duty." "Too Late;" "Peacemaker;" "Rialto;" "In Love," and many other well-known Pictures; our price only $2.1*8. OIL PAINTINGS. 14 28x36 Large-size Gilt Frame Oil Paintings, all smooth and perfect: the Frame alone is worth $6; onr price for Saturday S3.98. 9 28x36 Combination Frame Oil Paintings, very at tractive subjects and a serviceable Frame, well worth #10; our price for tomorrow (3.98. $4 White and Silver. White and Gold, and Oxidized Picture fcnd Easel to match, richly ornamented, with 20x24 Artotypes, 600 subjects to select from. A great Inducement at $&, tomorrow again for $2.98 for your oholce. "See" our Famous Battle Scenes, only $1.98. "See" our >*6x34 Deep Gilt Framed Picture of tha famous "Bunksr Hill Battle," near Boston, and member the price, $2.48. See our Antique Oak Easel for 98e. See our Highly Polished Cherry Easel for tl.98. Bee our Artotype, in sheets, 43c.; sold everywhere for 60c. "See" our samples of Picture Frame Mouldinga and remember our prices cannot be matched. TRUNK DEPARTMENT. The Largeet Assortment. The Lowest Prices. All Trunks Warranted. We do not buy ready-made trunks and claim to be manufacturers of the same, but we do undersell all such houses, and the following prices will Justify our assertion: Specials for Tomorrow. No Misrepresentation, but the Best Good* Manufac t tired. ?3.00 Trunks for $2.48. $4.00 Trunks for $3.28. 6.00 Trunks for 3.98. 6.00 Trunks for 4.48. 6.50 Trunks for 4.98. 7.00 Trunks for 6.48. 7.60 Trunks for 6 98. 8 00 Trunks for 6 48. 9.00 Trunks for 6.98. 10.00 Trunks for 7.48. II.00 Trunks for 7.98. 12.00 Trunks for 8.48. 13.00 Trunks for 8.98. 14.00 Trunks for 9.48. 16.00 Trunks for 9 S<8. 10.00 Trunks for 10.48. 17.00 Trunks for 10 9K. 18.00 Trunks for 11.98. 19.00 Trunks for 12.48. 20 .00 Trunks for 13.98. THE LATEST. Tha Celluvert Trunks a great success. The most durable trunk made. Light as a feather, strong as sole lesther, at half the price. 32 In. for S17.98; 34 in. for $18.98, 36 In. for $19 98. "See Our" Leather Trunk, muni In lined, iron bottom. 32 in. $4.98, 34 in. $6.98,30 in. $0.48, with leather straps. Reliable Bargains in my Mammoth Crockery De partment for Tomorrow only. English Docorated Toilet Sets, 10 pea., worth $3. for $1.86. Hand-painte 1 American China Toilet Sets, 10 pea, worth $5, for $3.28. New Shape Porcelain Toilet Sets with handsome floral decorations, worth $6, for $4.48. Hand-decorated American China Toilet Sets, with Jar, worth $8, for $5.94. Octagon Shape Decorated English China Tea Seta, 56 pieces, worth $5, for $3.70. Decorated American China Tea Sets, 68 pieces, worth $8, for *5.68. Hand-pain ted Glasgow ChiDa Combination Dinner and Tea bets, 127 pieces, for $16 .48. New Shape Decorated English China Dinner Sets, 117 pieces, worth $18, for $14.98. UMBRELLA DEPARTMENT. $1.28 20-in. Satin* Oxidize Handle Umbrella for 08c. $1.48 26-in. 8stine Oxidize Handle Umbrella for $1.18. $1.38 26-in. Gloria Silk Umbrella, with gold cap, only 98c. $1. * 8 26-in. Gloria Silk Umbrella, oxidize handle, only $1.38. $2.48 26-ln. Gloria Silk Umbrella, oxidize handle, only $1.98 $2.48 28-in. Gloria Silk Umbrella, natural wood handle, only $1.98. ?3 *8 26-in. Twilled Gloria Silk Umbrella, with 2H Inch gold cap, for $2.48. $2.98 28-in. Gloria Silk Umbrella, with oxidize handle, for $2.48. ?2.68 La Tosca Umbrella for $1.98. ?3.28 La Toeca Umbrella for ?2.48. Fine La Toeca Umbrellas at greatly reduced prices. B. GOLDSCHMID, 1007-1009 F at. n.w. Store open on Saturday from 8 30 a.m. to 10 p.m. It Jtifry evening?except Saturdays?during August ui clote at 6 p.m. Random jX OTES. It's worth one's while to make a round of our store at this season. Don't make any difierenoe whether you're in absolute waut of anything or not. You'll find here a thing and there a thing thaCyou can use end uss to advantage. It's never time wasted to keep posted as to what we're doing. Now, in the Furnishing Depaitment that 67c. Un laundered Shirt ie a marvel to the trade It suprlaes them who Irume what s what It U a b g collection of excellence for 37c. Not alone In the quality of tha material used, but In the fit and general "get up." ? Some ot the 60c. Neckwear at a quarter, and some of the SI and ?1.26 qualities at a half are atill waiting for you. Don't hang off until grim neceesity drives you to these scarfs?for there'll not likely be any hare then Ther>- are only a few now. as It ia. In the Hut Department any man's Straw Hat la a quarter. Ma haven't many A wee* agv, we pulled the plug out of the Light Derby Hat stock. That gave yon any one yon waiit.?i for $1.48. They're the sau.e to day?what are loft. Of course^ in Traveling Hats. Tsnnis Caps and such like you can't suggest ? ?i>if its g> >od for any thing, but, what wa can show it to > on. Shirt Waists and the thinuer articles of ? earing are pushed to the front In our Children's Department. Well, that is wlut yon want to see. Isn't. We want to tell the In.iie# that if they waut a Waist, either Flannel or Percale, for themselves or their children, to look at our asaortuieut. In the ftrst place the fit, then the pat terns?In tact everything about them la of a a u per lor order, and the pncea are not any more, or aa much, aa you'll pay for something way below their leveL Flan nel Suits, Washable Kilts. etc.?novelttee that are not to be seen everywhere (Second floor.) Probably Pantaloons an interesting more gentle men Just now than anything elae. We're giving them w attention. $290 to $10?anywhere along In there yon can cat a pair of Trousers that will suit. They'll fit perfectly, the patterns are new and taking and the fabrica better for tbe money than you've seen ttfwr* or will see anywhsra else now. (Third floor.) In Shoea we've got aome surprleee on tha war. They'll be here in time for tomorrow, we hope; but aa wa make it a point never to advertise what's notpoai tively In the store, well have to poet pone any formal announcement. We've plenty here #?? hand Mat wiU Intereet you. Anyhow, stroll thrangh tha home ess what wa' doing. If there Is anything yon went get it. If not, wa shall ha glad to hnea lean yoo. BA&S AND COMPANY. THB OUTFITTERS WHO STAND HIAB TBI PEOPLE, I Mtrmm atuxt and kAux spacb. an9 BtntttB Bargains. Halt Dat H olid at Tomorrow. (Cloee promptly ?? 1 o'clock.) peer after this evening. It talis you of the best tar runt la th? store and where to find them. It's an encyclopaedia of the Hore that'll utt |M dollar*. Isn't It worthy of perusal? PALAIS R0YAL: ?ATURDAY. AUGUST 10. MTOpea promptly at 8 o'clock. BV'Utoee promptly >< 1 o'doek. Remnants Or Mnri Goods. (Department near door. *0. 1119 Fa. are.) MTVOTS.?K F. means rrtfwertf from. 132 Tore Linen Handkerchief* (white). B F. 25c. to 17c. 183 Pore Linen Handkarehlsfs, with fancy border* B. F. 26e. to 20a 81 8ilh Windsor Searf*. B F. 60c. to 85c. 103 Enet and Four4n-Hand Scarf* & F. 47a to 25o. 02 Pain Liilc Thread Half Hoe* B. F. 60a. to 26o. 231 Piecea Baibriggan Shirts and Drawer* B.F. 60c. to 29o. 81 Silk Utnbrellaa, with roll gold aad sterling allvar to pa B.F.8a36 to 68.75. 7 Solid Leather Hand Satchel* B. F. *1.79 for ] 81.50. 8 Card Caaea. B. T. 25c. to 19a. Remnants Of Ladies Goods. (Firat floor. No. 1117 Pennsylvania ava.) W Note.?B. F. means rfiuoed from. TOILET ARTICLES.?248 English Bristle Tooth Brushes; warranted. H. F. 20a. to 17c. 183 English Hair Erushes; warranted. B F. 40c. to 35o. 84 Whisk Brooms; warranted. H F. 12c. to 10c. 1,000 Packagea Lubin'a Infanta* Powder. B. F. 15a. to 12c. UK DIB WEAR.?108 Liale Thread Taata (ribbed). R F. 59c. to 60c. 59 Colored Bibbed 811k Veeta, lace work, Y-ahape | fronta. B. F. 81.35 to 75c. 239 Jersey-fitting Gauze Veeta, low necka, ribbed arm holes, silk binding at neck. B. F. 25c. to 19c. 82 Colored Bibbed Silk Veeta. B. F. 85c. to 63c. HOSIERY.?41 pairs Fancy Paria Boot-pattern 811k Liale Hose. B. F. 81.98 and 82.26 to 98a 18 pairs Boot-pattern Liale Hoee. B F. 81-26 and 81.60 to 46o. 89 Pairs Boman stripe Boot-pattern Hoaa B. F. 36a. to 19c. STATIONERY.?100 packagea of beat Iriah Linen Envelopes. R. F. 25a to 5c. 141 boxes Writing paper. B. F. 26a to 20a JEWELRY.?931 Genuine French Enamel Lace Pine with Imitation Diamond and Pearl Center* BF. lOo. to 5c. 82 Strings Genuine Roman Pearl Bead* B F. 26a. to 15c. ^ t , THE PALAIS ROYAL. (Continned below.) Remnants Of Ladies* Goods. (Firat floor. No. 1119 Pennsylvania avenue.) I? Note?R. F. means reduced from, NECEWEAR.?232 Linen Collai*, In aUahapaa. B. F. l'-'Hc., 15c. and 17c. to four for 26c. VEILS.?109 Veila, (Chenille Dot). B F. 9c, 12a and 15c. to 5c. a veil. LACES.?63 yards Cream and White Lace Flouncing. B F. 60c. and 68c. to 26c. 289 yards of Trimming Lacea, from 2 to IS Inches wide, R. F. 15c, 20c. and 25c. to 10a GLOVES.?211 pairs 4-button French Kid Qlovea. Every pair warranted. Barrow Embroidered Backs. R. F. 81.35 to 90a 831 pairs Bnede or Undressed Kid Monaquetalrea. Every pair warranted. Narrow Embroidered Backs. B.F. 81.35 to 81.25. 911 pairs Pigskin Mousquetalre* Every pair war ranted. R. F. 89c. to 85c. 109 pairs Black Silk Jersey Mitt* B F. 85c. to 25c. 39 pairs Fewnes Silk Mousquetalre* B F. $1 to 60c. 83 pairs Extrs Long Black Hii^ Mousquetairea. B. F. 98c. to 75a. 53 pairs Finest English Black Silk Glovea. Imported. B.F. 81.75 to 81 48. LEATHER GOODS.?26 Real Alligator and Obuaola ] Purse* R. F. S5c. to lOe 15 Real Seal Pocket Books, leather lined. B. F. 48c. to 39c. 9 Real Seal and Alligator Oar Ticket Caaea. B. F. 30a to 20o. 7 Coin Purses of Antelope Skin. R. F. 60a to 43a 3 Antelope Chatelaine Bags, with Oxidised Silver Trimming. R. F. $1.25 to 85c. 4 Heal wags, with Oxidized Attachment* B. F. 98 to 75c. 2 Velvet Chatelaine Rage, With Sterling Silver Trim fti'wrs. R. F. $12 to $10. 4 Grain Leather Traveling Satchels (12 Inch). H F. $1.79 to 81.60. ART GOODS.?Over 5,000 pieces of Japanaaa Ware and over 100 Art Mirror* Ac, at 10 per cant off the marked prices. FANS.?81 Japanese Fans, with Triple Stiaka aad Silk Cord Trimming. R. F. 20 to 15c. 19 >atinette Fans, with Gold Sticks. B. F. 49 to 35a 14 Leaf-shape Hand-painted Gauze Fans. R. F. 94 to to (JSc. 21 Satin Fsns, various styles. B F. 81.98 to $168. PARASOLS.?17 jf. all that are here. Marked $1 48 and up to $22.98. "Take one at half the price they ar marked. HANDEERCHIEFS.?1,083 Warranted Pure Linen Handkerchiefs. R. F. 1~X to 10c. 69 Hand-embroidered French Linen Handkerchiefs. R. F. 50 and 08c. to 35c. or 3 for $1.; See Men's List for Men's Handkerchiefs. WHITE DBES8 GOODS.?Plaid Pique. B. F 42o to 25c. EMBROIDEKIES ?20 par ceat off the marked prices of all liounclugs. UMBBfcLi.AS.-See Men's List. ? ~ - >. , TttJt CALAIS ROYAL. (Continued below.) Remnant* Of Ladies- Gcodb (12th-. t. stoie.) tW~ Note.?U. .F. mean* redurtd from. DRE.SS .tO'iUt.-M pieces Silk Side Baud Suiting*. R. F. $1 to 79c. 3 pieces Hack > iiu*' Veiling H. F. 50c. to ( 2 pie. as hi .< 4 Albatrou. U. F. 50c. to 45a 4 pieces ill ck ^ergv. H. F. 50c. to 45c. 11 pis<- - .u Band French Ginghuuis. R. F. 48, 88, ! auu 80t. to "in. 19 Piece- Pi. d Ulugtieuis. R F. 26 and 33c. to 20a "M puces Ui- rtooi.nulling* B. F. iu and Use, to 45c. DRESS TnlMMINGS.-lO per cent off the reduced prices uoW inarmed on the goods. R1B150.S8. ?? piece- 9-lnch Black Moire ) piece# Black U. 0 with saUn edge. ft. V SI to 890. 6 pieces 10 inclU K wide. R. F $1.39 to $1. Over 1,0?><> UtKlribie Cut Piecea of Ooioieii Ribbona at nearly na.i price. suuks ?oue-ftttu oil the marked price of every ar.tcie in this deparluieut. THE PALAIS ROYAL iContinued below.) Remnants Of Ladies* Goods. (Second floor; elevator adjoins Glove counter.) FVNot* B F. means reduced from. SKIRTS.?102 Balmoral Skirts. K. W. 49e. to 39c. 36 BaL bkirta with Braid Trimming. R. F. 9Mo. to 88c. JBRSEYS.?101 Jerseys. B F. 83 98 to $3Jt&. 33 Jersey* B F. 82.98 to ?1.98, CORSfcTB-92 pairs Summer Corset* B. F. 81 to 84c? 83 Hand-made Co rests. B. F. $1 to 59a SUITS.?41 India Linen Bait* B F. 86 to 84.98. 82 Oattoo Wrapper* B. F. $1.26 to $1.18. 8HAWLB.?192 Oaahmara Shawl* B.F. B8?,toMa UNDEBWEAR.?211 gamfarto Dnde^armaeta. B! F. 76a. to 84a Remnamts Of Obxldbbipb Good*. Woto-BF. HOSIERY.?49 pain, v. and 4)4 B F. M6a. to ltjfa. DBEME8.?13 Gtngtaa Draaasa (1 to?: F. $1.86 to 40a SGta^amDfbsm ?.F.81-88to79a 18 Bsi lor Suite eg Flttselakl stockinet ? fl smcs ? BF.80.60te 8640. Otheraiasa rsdwad ? MM ^ taaked the eattrs front. B. F. 8L16 to 66* WOBT WAlB'ftA?86 ? B F. 60a to 89a 71 "fUg" Percale Walate. BF.l UBaaadWate. B. F. 76a to 81 FlauaelWaiat* EF.Ma.le ?St. BRO; STILL AGITATING LOW PRICES. WHILST OCR BALES ABE INCREASING ot7b norm are decreastno, mv wx doht wn> that am uma as wb dispose or otra STOCKS. NETEB BUOIE WAS omuo so low. fiwtts not taken late ooailderstioa at ?u. tor ia atanoe, we are eelling beautiful fiaobbs MOLLS tor IBM*. FIB TABS. BEGULAB prick18a in some of the prettiest dmlm tad k?bluUoa> sver introduced. ladies' oloti, llfl. feb TABD. BEOOLAB PRICE 16a la plaia colon sad sguiea, fayalb BATISTE ishc. FEB TABS. beotlar PRICE, 18a tattttr' rmtktiv nvram+m ?*t ^ ?,^1r y |,? tsady to pat together: ?1.60 FOB ENTIRE BO BEL WOBTH Si. Ton know th* mnu INDIA ?tt? withm Dlaoount of BO FEB CENT. 0* ?ceount of tbe Stow being eloeed ttm d*yi many wers diaappolnted at not being benefltad by that banraia advertiaed tor that time. To equalise matters we will sgaia. tor the next three daya, eau out ?1.00 8ATTEEN c0b8ets FOB Ma la all Light Shad**, alao Drab and whiter LADIES' ALL-LIKEN ccffs 11 cta. FEB PAIR. WOBTH ISO. ik ALL SIZES FROM oh TO sx. bu?HiK08, s tarda to a box. 140. FEB BOX. rc st THINK ? YARDS WHITE buohing FOB l?o. Bona SWISS sxibting 75c. per yard "da waa si. Bargain* SWISS beirtino Me. per rut t* waa si.28. Bedaoe SWISS bkibting s120pery*rd ?teak. wastl.m. exceptional GOOD TALC EE 1h LAO flouncing* tou cannot imagine bow cheap we hare marked theee, probably about 25 pattern* left. 00l0kes TEL VET RIBBON* f 5c. PER PIECE. theaeoonuia 10 yards of Good Quality TIL VET RIBBON in good desirable eolors nearly 2 lnchee wide, sdipsee all bargain* erer oflered la velret Bib UNIVERSAL cleaning FLUID, 7a PEB BOTTLE. 10c. baa been the prloa, bnt daring thlaaale 7c. we will uk for it. This FLUID ii aaiurpasted for Cloths, Dreee Good*, Keokwaar. Kid Olorea, Laoea. Talveta, Bilk* and Batlna, without deatroying tha lustre, or Salah of the material bokbonnleltre BOXES 10c.. these are made of Oxidised White Metal, said acul to-day for 25c The quantity very limited. LADIES' FANOT BOSE. 86?. peb pa1ja WOBTH 600 Come in Fast Btaafc with Fancy Embroidered Fran la. Striped and Checked Organdie Oooda, 10 oik FBB TABS. oak TOO EQUAL it AT 16 ctr feb TABD? Airs so ON WITH OTHEB eqcallt MERITO RIOUS BARGAIN 8 ALL OVEK the STORE. THERE ib RC *ecely AX ARTICLE IN OCR IMMENSE BlOCk. NO MATTES how staple, THE PBICE OF WHICH u not AFFECTED BT THIS SALE. THESE MAMMOTH reductions WILL HOLS qoos AS lono AS trb STUFFS SO nawm WILL BE WITH OS. A babe CHANCE fob ECONOMICALLY INCLINED PEOPLE abb A beqolab harvest fob baboaih **???? LANS = BURGH St- BR0 = r office or WOODWARD * DOTHROP. 00*. liTH AMD r ?T? KW. ?OSTON DST GOODS BOfU. Fsnui A cam 9 th. 1889, "Job Lot" of ladles' slightly ImmM Mtjr to lay |b a swpply to 1 ?Math* at the ItMt Handkerchief* M half and ta than half rrte* wy day eerenially wk Boo Embroidered Haadkerchlefa aa thaee. TV* ?MMm fa?or m with them aa mi Aaruet attraction?to quiekea trade. 6 lota, 25.37H, 60, 90c. and 81.1?Ha NECKWEAR FOR LADTES.-Ladler Swiss Kail Oollarsttaa. with T-shaped front, 84, 36 and 37*c. each. Same shape aa above Id eeta of CoUara amt Cuff.. ?1.12 and $1.88 par art. 60 doted Ladies' Stylish Printed Cheviot Seta ?f Collar and Cuffs, tor traveliiw. simIiiih or Aouotsia wsar. Only 48c. par set. CTlrat floor.) LACE FLOCNCTNG8 AND NETS?We have the pleasure of ehowiag a tew new pattern* tn 40-lnch Black Chantilly Laoa F.ouncinga, which wa offer at tha popular price of $1.50 per The neweet la Lacaa U the 40-laoh Black Toeca" Flouncing. being a Floured Toeea Set, with deep Scalloped border. $3 par ysrd. (First Ac or.) St. W1ND80B TIES AT HALF-PRICK?Tbe lai*e aire All-silk Windsor Tlaa at 25c. (half price) are baring a rapid eel a. Thki parchase waa the largest la quantity, the most varied la assortment tad the free teat bargaia we hare Fat secured. Tbey are hardly to be compared with tha Tlaa usually aold at 60c? aa tbey ap pear to be a all*htly better quality We bare both the light aad dark-ground shades, beauti fully toured, dotted. Mo. 25o. each. A* "ACGC8T" DRIVE IN TOWELS.-One of the special attractions of oar August sale of Llueas and Housekeeping Goods Is the follow lag bargain in Towels. 500 dot. Extra Quality Full-bleached German Linen Back Towela. sizes 20 by 40 and 22 by 44-lach. (a Bed aod Blue Borders and Plain White. which wa offer at tha exceedingly low price of ?9c. eacA; %t.U) per dc*tn. , We shall place tbem on a canter table la tha morning aa a special August attraction. (Second floor.) bargains in mtslin cndebwkar Good Muslin Drawers with deep hem aad tocka. Price, 26c. Muslin Gowns with yoke of tlx Hamburg in aertings and tocka, Hamburg edga around Bank and alee Tea. Price. $1. Good Muslin Gowns with pointed yoke aad two Torchon inaortings In yoke. Neck and ?leerea edged with laoa. Prica, $1. Three Styles of Muslin Gowns with yoke of ?olid tucking aad Hamburg edge around Back and sleeves. Price, $1. Lonsdale Cambric Gowna. with pointed yoke, with two Hamburg Inserting*, tucks on either ?Ida, Back aad alaaraa adgad with Hamburg. Price, $1. (Second floor.) SMALL WAKES.?100 Halrptaa to ? bos, Maorted sicaa, only 5c. par box. 340 Superior English Pins la a paper for 6e. "Champion" Needle Package, containing a aet of ahoa buttons, a aat of buttoa-faatenera and a shoe aeedle, for 10c. (First floor, j OCR ACGCST "FRAffT" at FINK HANDKERCHIEFS. Kach August aa a midsummer attraction for eur patrons our manufacturers aend as tbstr accumulation of slightly imperfect Handker chiefs. The present aeeortment is tbe largeet, fluaat aad cheapest of aay we have yet shown, la other words, we hare made the pricaa slightly lower than heretofore. They embrace All handkerchiefs thrown out by the wlR over seers for tbe aligheat kind of aa ImperfvOtkja. These imperfections in some cases are so slight that they are not perceptible, except to the ex perienced eye of tha orereeer, and are in neatly ?11 caaes the result of errors by tha learners, pin hole* In tha linen, mistakaa la following the patteraa, fcc. Many of them fill up la tbe thread aad about the embroidery work aa soon aa Laundared. Wa hare divided the entire stock of them into five separate lota. Tlx: LOT 1.?Ladies1 Fine Sheer Linen French Head-embroidered Scalloped Handkerchief, Embroidered in White. Colored and Black. Would sail, it perfect, for S7\i. 50 and C?Hc. each. Wa offer you the choice of tha let far 25c. LOT The as me la Boer qualities and more elaborately Embroidered Patterns. Would sell, if perfect, for 62*, 75 and BTHc. each. Wa offer you your choice of the lot for 37*c,' LOT 3.?Tbe aaaia la fin^r qualities, ia beau tifully Embroidered Patteraa Would aell, if perfect, for 75, 87Hc? $1 and BLlSKaach. We offer you your choice of the lot for 6(?c. LOT 4k?The eame ia a still finer ana abetter quality of Pure French Linen. ia lorely pat terns of Embroidered Work, from oae to three iachasdaep. WouldeelLlfperfect,fortl.lsttt, 81.25. ?1.50. $1.79 and $?-' each. We offer you your choice of the lot for 90c. LOT 5?The finest and sheerest Qualities of pure French linen in exquisitely embroidered laoa patterns. Would sell, if perfeat, for 81.50, 81.75, 82, 82.25, $2.50 aad 83 each. Wa offer you yoar choice of the lot for 11.12. We ahall diaplay these oa a center table ia order that salectlona may be made quickly aad satisfactorily. (First floor.) INFANTS' GOODS.-We have about every thing you can call for from a J5c. S.ip to a oua hundred dollar outfit. Here are a few specials -. Infante' Cambric Night Blips. 25 and 50c. each. Infants' Cambric Day Slips, 60. 75c. and $L Infants' Canfield Rubber Diapers, <S2fc and 75a Infants' Canfield Rubber Sheets. $1.25 and $1.65. Intents' Canfield Rubber Aprons, $1.25. Iniauts' Wonted Itacquee, 75c. aad $1. In:ante' Complete "Outfits," at $10,$12, $15 and up. lafaute' Baskets, with aad without stand, trim med and untrijimed, furnished aad unfur uisiiod, low a d tugi. priced. (Heowud floor.) BOYS' i-NGLI- H JKRSET SCTTS FOR SEA SHORE AND MOCNIAJN WI.AR.-The Jer eey Suite are the moet couiiurtable and moat durable suits for summer wear that be ''Ml Tha; cuaionu cioeely to the wsaret without Unuu*, and on account of tne porous nature of the uistc lal are the oooi??t of all summer suits. v?e hare a l.,rge and varied line of .bese Jersey suits, in >Wn and Fancy style., in Cfsin, NaT)- Bias and boa. Brown. -?bailor aad Norioik el ylea. I lot of Boys' Nary Blue Jersey Sailor Suits, blouse waist and knee pants, wall made aad trimmed. Ittaee 4 to $ yeare 84. S lota Boys* Jersey Sailor buita. trimmed with White aad Colored Braid. Very atyllah. Sixes 4 to 8 yean. $5 50 and $ff.50 1 lot of Cream Jeraey Buita. trimmed with Cream sad Nary Bias Braid. $taw 4 to $ years. $6.75. Boy* Norfolk i Wdfht' Sixaa 4 to 10yam. $6.50, K,$7.MaMM immt SaOar Waiata, whisk eaa to i with kllta or ksae paats; aB eoloa. Haas 3 to 8 years. $1.50 ta*R 80 sack. ?; Cream, Nary ?LMk (Third floor.) WHITB INDIA LTNON WAI8TK?We toea i af the Ladies' White i Waists, at $LS8 mi BL7B. Alaa, aa asosltasU line sf Waiata, with Plaited froat sad back, ?<a $ aawstyts gt trouble with tbe B^yr aklrt Waiata la ?a Bulxw Abe Oct or r** ro? etxxibb vtu at WIORE 4KB WATEBIKB season. ladies "*at rcnrjr- ox norfcATrrtLT T*rr ititommr XT THIT TOOK TH1TBOCMJ TO] bob dixxeb * ht taoru> tn hex coin tx looeixo as it thtt bib JX7ST BKTCBBED FROM A F1HBTWA K*. PKDITlOX AND vtu TBBT BOT BIOBTT a bf.xtlemxx cab dbe*s oomfobta Bl.T AND STILL BOT LOOK Alt II BK BAB JCBT BEEN CAMnxa OCT. WHITE FLANNEL COATS ABB TESTS arv* OB* A TBBT PIFT'BREBT APTT.AB abcb from the cheap. luvm THFT ABB BBAT. MEUT. ABB BOT EXPENSIVE. B. B. BABVT* A OO, MS SSI pebxstltaxia atb. Are Tbe Followixo Reductions SCmCIKKT IXDUCEMEXTS FOR TOUT ?1.50 Ft each Percale Shirts, S Ool., 1 Pr. 60c. Back ?w. 50c Half 1 10 FEB CEBT BEOCCTIOB OB AU FLAXXEL ACEBBACH A BBO. qutfitteba, lr??.wAM? <2? BA. ATB. B.W. WBDXXSDAT, JTTLT SI. 1MB JXFHOSZO Torsos COMPAXT Will Ml] tbe following Lota at CUT PRICES for AIM day* only to REDCCE STOCK: In.ported Oluger Ala. Centred A Cochran's Imported Sujirr Ala. Romv Domeatlc Uuimr Ala. Wiokham A Oo. D"ine*tlr O infer Ala. Sundry Brands Imported Lime Fruit Jiuoe. Imperial. Imported Lima Fruit Jutoa. Roe* Imported IJine Frail Juirs MontaerrwA lullvrtod Ug? Fnut Jgln. Jamaica. Imported Lime JVultJutos QUlooAOa. Burar-cured Bam a. Caeeard A Son's Sugar-cured Baal, banner HranA Biitrar < ured Ha%ie. Our Oaeulne CtndanstL Surar-cured Breakfast Bacon. Oaaaard A So*, fiuirar-cured Breakfaet Baron. Parchmaat fetal Btvar-curad Breakfaat Bacon. Cincinnati ltraaA Now remember?tbe CTTT PRICES on the above Al for a few oaya only?thaniore rail at once or all you'll get left Alao ramamber that when we CUT U KM* A alwaya goee la to the MILT. I ELPUOMO XOCMOS COMPAXT. *srt> BIXTB P. S ?Our RAID on FLOTR etiU root great banraln* sre etlll to be had In that dat>a OL'B THIRD LOT OF SEW MAKER EL uat received TO-DAT. B. T. C. To M abe Money Save Iti ? SO.000 WORTH OF LAST YEAR'S STOCK TO SELL AT LESS THAN COST. CFHOLSTEBT DEPABTMEXT. In this department you will tad every c.aaa of Fur niture Covering manufactured, from the cheat ?et goods to the beat. All kinds and etylre of Heavy Car tain* and rortierea. Fnnret and all manner of Trim minim. Lace Curtains of every ttieke. from thecbeapaet Nottingham to the flneet Br iseaU. Irlah Point and Russ.an. All gooda that wan la atoak Jaaaary 1 la this departmeu t will be ?o)d at SiiH par cant dieecroad. CARPET DEPARlMEliT. 1,050 yarda Beat Ingrain Carpets. SAa per yard X.000 yards Tapeatry Rruse*la Oarpeta, 45a. par yard. 3,000 yard* Beat Tapeatry Brussels Carpets. 70s. per yard. 1 750 yards Body Bruaaal* Carpets. BOc per yard. 4.500 yarda Beat Buo> kruaarla Oarpeta, Sl.lM per yard. POO yarda Velvet Carpata. 80c par yard. 2,500 yarda Beet Valvet Oarpeta, SI 00 per yarA 2.700 yard* Beat Mo?uett* Oarpeta, si. 10 par yard. FCRXITCRE DEI ABTHEBT. If you want to make a psylng investment thla is your opportunity. Fine aa well aacheap Furnitare slavery kind anA ciaa* will be sold at from 25 to AO per cent less than regular jrtcae. *hj ? Becaaaa the etylaa charr ? twtoa a year and w* are determined not to aa hiblt the aamc ati.es two year* la * nee lie* lis*. HC6T BE SOLD THIS MOXTB. All our Refrl geraAra, Water Coolara. Water FT)tar* Baby Carriarea Tricycle*. BV-yriea, Velocipedea. Bstu mocka. Moaqulto Caaopiaa, boa la. Teats, Bias Win dow bcreaaa and boors. Because we haven't room for them Tboorh our stock I* apread over nearly three acraa of flooring thai* lan't room for the above eiiuaatarasad stocks wbaa the goods lor 1 all arrive, and tbey are arriving every day. WALL PAPEB AND DECORfcTIOXB. We would call particular attanUoa to this branch o? our baemeaa, which we have taken up within the last year withrvoewed vigor and atreugth. Our fi tea it* a*4 cuatomt ra ei At teen yaare ago will rsiuambar bow wa once lad la this buaineaa, and wa lew profwaa to ear paaa all our former efforts Oar ttm and stady la Si produce the beat efforts for tba leest poaalble arysaas, and wa bava been remarkably auaoaartvl la ?Ba past few months. Xo one luratehtng oaa affard tolaasa*^ ideaa unnoticed. Our prodncuoue an the kM *?d moat ongliial. and all work la deaa with a gsanaMa e< . . ^ . W;B=I?!C6ES a son. COBXBB 11TB AX? f BTS. H.W.