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THE EVENING STAR.
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Sew York Oflosi Keen 93, Tritmns Bailding.
AlrwtlMri should not forget or overlook
the advantages presented by tomorrow's mam
moth 13 page edition of Thb Stab. An
announcement in ite column* is worth moro
than on* printed in all the other daily
papers In the city. This is especially true
ot "Wants," and all short advertisements
of that class, of which, it may also be said, it
prints more than all the other daily papers in
the city. This shows the esteem in which
Tu Stab is held by the public which is not
easily led away by loose windy assertions op
posed by well established and well understood
The extract from what purports to be a letter
from Senator Sherman, preferring New York
as the place for holding the great international
exhibition In 189*4, which was telegraphed from
that city last night, bears on its face evidence
either that the document is a forgery or that
the distinguished gentleman from Ohio is
losing his mind. Proof on these points is to
be found partly in the style of composition,
which is far from that which usually marks his
correspondence, but in a more marked degree
in the circumstance that Union Square is
named as the^best site for the exhibition!
This little park, which, it will be remembered,
lies between Broadway and 4th avenue and
14th and 17th streets, contains about twenty
acres, and is adorned by a large and attractive
f jantain in the oenter, shade trees, shrubbery,
etc. If the proposed exhibition can be accom
modated on a little patch of ground like that.
New York ia welcome to all the profit and
honor she can reap from it. Furthermore she
Will probably be able get it without either
opposition or help from the outside.
A new draft upon the humane sympathies of j
Americans is made by the news from Japan,
where doods have wrought the same sort of
destruction this year as here. Cloud-bursts
are given as the cau*e of the sudden rebellion
of the streams. Ordinarily the Japanese sum
mer M a dry season in the fullest sense; the
rivers almost dry up, and the country would
suffer terribly but for the ingenuity and pru
dence of its people. When the raina descend
with any violence, however, they sweep every
thing before them. The river-banks break,
and the lightly built villages on the lowlands
are carried from their foundations and reduced
to a complete wreck. The present disaster
seems to have been caused by the descent of
tremendous torrents of water from the precipi
tous mountain sides upon the seaboard prov
ince of Kii, swelling at o ice all the rivers radi
ating from the central peak, and inundating the
towns and villages of the plain. It is supposed
that 15,000 lives have been sacrificed. No help
which can be sent from this country would re
store any of these, but it may assuage the suf
ferings of the survivors who have had their
houses destroyed, their crops ruined and their
families decimated.
The terrible accident at Quebec is not the
drat of the sort that has happened there. Two 1
others?one nearly a half century ago?have
given fair warning of what may happen at
almost any time, and with little or no premoni
tion. The city is built in three layers. The
citadel stands at the topmost elevation. The
next level is the site of the cpper town, where
the better class of private residences stand. It '
looks out from Dufferin Terrace, which has
been undermined. UDon the lower towu and
the river. The lower town, which lies between
the cape and the river, is made up of narrow,
crooked streets, and contains most of the busi
ness buildings and the dwellings of the poorer
people. This was the old French quarter.
Cape Diamond, on which the citadel is built, ia
the mas* of rock which haa, by its disintegra
tion, caused all three disasters. It stands more
than three hundred feet above the river, so
that the avalanche of stone which swept down
upon the lower town and wrought such havoc
in its course, had a chance to acquire a tre
mendous momentum. The amouut of damage I
done cannot be judged till the wreck has been
cleared away. All that is known at the present 1
writing is that some thirty tenements were
swept to deetruction. and the estimates of lives
lost vary from fifty to two. hundred.
It is a good sign when the police authorities
of a large city like St Louis wake up to their
duty and take meaaures to discourage brutal
pastimes. A prize-fight which occurred at a
dramshop there on Tuesday morning resulted
in so sever* a punishment for one of the prin
cipals that he ha* since died. Now the other
principal, the seconds, the referee and time
keeper* are held on a charge of murder. Of
coons, it will not be difficult to prove that the
partio* to thi* contest did not go into it with
any direct purpoee of killing each other; but
neither can it be denied that all were
aware of the danger of fatal effects, and that
an assault was deliberately committed by one
man upou another with this possibility in view.
If th* precedent can be well established of
treating a homicide in the pme-ring as mur
der, it will stop abruptly pre-arranged bare
knuckle encounters, already at a great dis
count by reason of the proceedings against
Sullivan and Kilrain. This form of brutality
will be much discouraged when the conviction
ia reached that the patha of pugilistic glory
lead inevitably to the penitentiary and may
lead to th* gallows.
The British cabinet now number* seventeen
members. It will the i.mbition of some of our
atateamen to catch up with the mother country
In thU matter. The next move in this direc
tion wilt probably be to make the Pension
Bureau a separate department, with a secre
tary, a fore*, a fund and a policy, all it* own.
What'* in a name! Her* are th* newspapers
teeming with notice* of Mr. Yon der Ahe. the
baee-ball expert, and of Miss Aus der Obe, the
pianist People get them so mixed up that it
Would be a happy thing for each to marry Mit
der Oder, and wear one cognomen henceforth.
Sir Edwin Arnold carri** hi* amiability to
th* point of aaying that h* is proud of having
had hi* work* pirated by American publisher*.
Thi* fact show* that th* artistic side of hi* na
tnr* overtop* the mercantile side. It ia not
believed, however, that he would have been
any the lee* proud and happy if ha had re
ceived fair pay from the publisher*.
They are discussing in Baltimore the project
of a (rand boulevard to connect that city with
Waahiagton, and soaae particulars concerning
the plan are printed ia another eolumn. Bach
? boulevard would be of great advantage to
hot* eitiee. increasing the aub urban outlet* of
each and bailding up with oontinaoua settle
ment* the country traversed. In connection
With th* boulevard sloe trie or cable railway
m??****''"" between the twa eitiee ia pro
poaad, to ha available and especially useful at
Ika time of the world's fair at Washington ia
i Saw York papers have apparently settled
?m* there can bo no world'* fair in that eity
Without the aaa of Central Park, and that if
Can teal Park aoat ha aaad there will ha no
axpoettiea. Now is the tiaa to fall into Una
friih tka advocate* of the neighboring i
With ail the daaoerat* openly against It and
(he republicans dee lining to do anything la It*
Caver, tha prep aaad prohibition siaandmeal hi
I h he via* a rasher hard time.
Starting la With A Rush.
TH* BABBIXBS THAT THE SEASONS build
BETWEEN ONE ANOTHEB HAVE BBS BROKE*
T HBOC OH AND FALL BUSINESS HAT BE SAID
TO HAYS OPENED.
IT'S ALWAYS A PBETTY GOOD IDEA TO AC
QUAINT YOUBSXLVX8 WITH WHAT'S IN TH*
MARKET AT TH* OUTSET-WHETHER YOU'R*
B*ADY TO APPLY THEM TO TOUB PXRSONAL
USB JC3T YZT OB HOt. IF TOO D*LAY
YOCBK APT TO OKT WRONG IMPBK88I0N8 INTO
YOUR HXAD AND YOU CANT SUPPLY YOUB
8ELVES SO SATISrACTOBILY WHIN TH* ifc
DOES COME.
WE WERE BEADY?THE WEATHER AND TH*
MAJORITY OF TH* PEOPLM AIL AT TH* SAME
TIM*?AND WK'Y* WADED INTO DKSP BUSI
NESS AT THE OUTSET. WHEN W* TELL YOU
WE'BE BETTEB STOCKED THAN EVEB BEFOBE
ITS NOT AN IDL* ASSEBTION. PBOOBESSION IS
OUB LIFE AND TO STAND STILL WOULD BE
A DEATH-BLOW TO OUB AMBITIONS?SO
WX'RE CONSTANTLY FLYING ABOUND INTO
THIS OB THAT MABKKT AND BBINOINO AWAY
WITH US 80MSTHIN0 YOU1** HEABD ABOUT,
BUT NXVER HAD AN OPPPOBTUNITY BEFOBE
TO OET HOLD OF?STRENGTHENING AND
PERFECTING BEGULAR LINES AND MAK
ING KVEBY IMPROVEMENT IN STOCK AND
STORE THAT THE *XP*RI*NC*S OF THE SEA
SON PAST INDICATED AS DESIRABLE.
WE'RE MANUFACTUBEBS THIS SEASON?AL
READY WE'VE IN TH* HOUSE SOME BEPBE
S*NTATIV* LINKS OF SUITS AND OVEBCOAT8
THAT WE WANT COMPARED WITH THE FINEST
GARMENTS THAT ARK WORN. OUB STOCK
ISN'T at T- "SAKS'-MADE CLOTHING." AL
THOUGH WE ASSUB* YOU NONE CAN BE BET
TER MADE. BUT WS BELIEVE IN VARIETY?
SO WE SHALL CABBY FULL LINES OF OTHER
CONCEPTIONS AND LEAVE YOU TO MAKE YOUR
OWN CHOICE. WE HOLD OURSELVES RESPON
SIBLE FOB THE PROPER BEHAVIOR OF OTHER
MANUFACTURES OF CLOTHING AS WELL AS
OCR OWN. IF IT'S BOUGHT OF US IT'S Q VAR
ASTEED.
THK MOST OF YOU ARE IMPATIENT TO GET
THE CHILDREN FITTED OUT FOR SCHOOL.
YOU CAN SAVE YOUR8ELVES LOTS OF HARD
WORK IF YOU'LL LOOK AT OUR SPECIAL LINES
OF SCHOOL CLOTHES. WE'VE NOT TAKEN A
LOT OF STOCK THAT WAS TURNED DOWN
LAST YEAR BY YOU AND ENDEAVOBED TO
PALM IT OFF AS XEW CREATIONS. ALL THE
GARMENTS WE'RE SHOWING ARE OF THIS
YEAR'S COINAGE.
BOASTS ABU MADE OF THE DURABLE QUAL
ITIES OF LOTS AND LOTS OF $4 AND $5 j
SHORT-PANTS. SCHOOL SUITS. HEBE'S WHAT j
WE'RE DOING IN THAT LINE-SHOWING YOU A
SCORE OF STYLES AT *3.50 THAT WE GUARAN
TEE EVERY FIBER WOOL AND MADE UP TO BE
KICKED AND CUFFED ABOUND BY THE 6PIB
ITED BOY. ITS ONLY 60c. OB 81 UNDKR THK
OTHERS, BUT THAT'S NEARLY THE PRICE OF
A PAIR OF SHOES. WE CARRY THK BETTER
GRADES?THE BEST, IN FACT. UP TO 825-BUT
WE TAKE IT THAT IN JUVBNIL* MATTERS
JUST NOW YOU WANT TO START THEM OFF
TO SCHOOL BIGHT AND THEN LOOK AFTER
THEIR "DRESS UPS" LATER BUT WITH THK
SUITS THEBK ARK LIGHT-WEIGHT OVERCOATS
OR REEFERS THAT YOU OUGHT NOT TO DE
LAY GETTING THEM-THEY NKED 'EM. IF
THERE'S A FURNISHING WANT TO SUPPLY. ON
THE BECOND FLOOR YOU'LL FIND EVERY
THING.
OUR MEN'S SUITS RUN A RANGE FROM $10 JO
?40. AND INCLUDE SACKS. CUTAWAYS AND
FROCK SUITS-AND THE THIN OVERCOATS FROM
810 TO $35. WE REST OUR REPUTATION ON
THE QUALITIES AND STYLES WE'RE FURNISH
ING THIS SEASON. THK THICK COATS ARE
HERE TO BE SEBVED AS SOON AS YOU WANT
THEM. BUT THAT'LL COME A LITTLE LATER.
EVERY MAN AND BOY OUGHT TO TAKE IN
THAT SUMMEB SIGN HE'S WEARING ON HIS
HEAD. IT POSITIVELY GIVES ONE THK SHIV
ERS TO SEE YOU. THK FALL SHAPES IN DER
BYS-THAT MEANS A KNOX. YOUMAN, MILLEB
OB DUNLAP BLOCKED HAT FROM $1.90 TO
$4.50?A GOOD QUALITY, TO THK BEST THAT
ANYBODY CABBIES AT ANY PRICE. WE KEEP
THHKK GRADES OF BILK HATS ONLY-84.5C)
THK USUAL $5 QUALITY; $5 50. THAT BUNCHES
TOGKTHEB LINES THAT EXCLUSIVE HATTEBS
SPBEAD OVKB A HALF DOZEN PRICES, AND THK
BEST QUALITY MADE-$7.50. IT WOULD BE
USELESS TO TBY AND DESCRIBE THE STYLES
AND VARIETIES WE'VE GOT FOB THE BOYS
AND CHILDREN. WE'VE EVERYTHING FROM
A 10a POLO CAP UP TO THK LATEST IMPORTED
FBENCH NOVELTIES.
SHOES, TOO, ARK DEMANDING A CHANGE.
THE THICKER, STOUTER GRADES ABE NEEDED.
WE'VE OUT BOM* OF TH* OLD RELIABLE
MAKES IN THK NKWKST FADS AND BOM*
NEW LASTS THAT COME TO US HIGHLY BSC
OMMEN DKD?SHOES FOB KVKBYBODI?BOBBED
OF TH* FANCY FRILLS IN PRICK THAT ARI
TACKED ON BY TH* XXCLUSIVX DEALEB8.
ITS BETWXKN HAY AND GRASS IN FUR
N1SHINGS?WK'BK BEADY FOB THK EXTREME
COLD WEATHER?STILL YOU OUGHT NOT T O
WAIT FOB THAT - THEBK ARE MIDDLE
WEIGHTS IN UNDERWEAR THAT OUGHT TO
REPLACE TH* THIN SUMMKB GAUZES?WE'VE
LOTS OF VARIETIES OF THOSE. IN NECXWXAR
OUR HALT DOLLAR ASSORTMKNT HAS MADS
A HIT?"CAUGHT ON." OTHKR HABERDASHERS
AM SHOWING OCX QUALITIES FOR 75c. AND
$1?BUT NONX ABX TOUCHING US AT 50 CXNTB.
FURNISHINGS ABX HARD THINGS TO WHITE
ABOUT?EVERYBODY'S WANTS DIFFIB SO. JUST
TAKE IT FOE OBANTED WE'VE MARXXTXD
THOROUGHLY AND CAE BRING TO LIGHT
ALMOST ANYTHING YOU CAH ASS FOE.
TEATS THE WAT WE'VE LAUNCHED INTO
BUSINESS THIS FALL.
SAKS iVB CO MF ANT.
Ronssox, PlIIIR & Co."8
ACTUM* STYLES
for tan.
Gentlemen who aim to drees oorrsetly. to whom
styls and elegance in attire to something more than*
mere peering reflection, we invite your Inspection ot
oar Fell Exhibit of Hick Qnde Garmenta. Cold type
can't do these garments Justice. end In this smell
?pace It to utterly lmpoeslble to convey enythine like
a fair idea of ths superior exoollence of this sesson's
production*. We shell rest with saying that we ere
showing note, what we know to to, the hendaomeet
styles end the best made end trimmed Suite, separate
Trousers and Light-weight Overcoats that it la possi
ble to produce. Coma in. They ere on exhibition end
we ere here to show them. Our prices, needless to
sey, are Uncut now, and aa they art, so shall they re
main. We have no future slaughter , sales to provide
for.
ROBINSON, PARKER fc CO.,
REPRESENTATIVE AMERICAN CLOTHIERS,
se20-eo 319 SEVENTH ST.. COR OF D.
FFRD. COLID CCHOOt
RANK'S Serviceable Bhoks.
Children cannot be kept quiet and still: they will
play aud run about, and Shuee must be made tuat will
stand their hard wear and be SOLID iu every part.
This is Just what our "NO DECEPTION" Sohool
Sliues are?SOLID aulc-leathcr uutersolea, SOLID
aole-leather inneraoles. S( (LID sole-leather count* rs,
SOLID grain-leather uppers and all put together in a
SOLJD, wmpact manner by hrat-claaa workmen.
Boys' and Girls' "No Deception" Button, heel or
spring, sizes 8 to 10tt at Use.. aizea 11 to 2 at CI."5.
Boys' and Youtha' Button or Lace at $1.
Misses' Grain Button at 75c.
Boys' Serviceable School Shoes at 75c.
Boys' and Oirls' Shoes, "very best," up to (2.
FERD FRANK,
Cspltol Bill Store, I West End Store,
333 Peuns. ave. ?.e. J IGOti 14th st. luw.
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CHILDREN SHOULD BE LOOKED AFTER.
WE HAVE PLACED IN OUR STORE THE
LARGEST VARIETY OF CUILDUEN'S
SHOES TO BE FOUND IN THE CITY. WE
BELIEVE IT IS ECONOMY TO BUY GOOD
SHOES FOR THE CHILDREN. THEY ARE
OUT OF DOORS AND EXPOSED TO MOKE
BAD WEATHER THAN THEIR PARENTS
AND OUGHT TO HAVE GOOD WEARING.
WARM AND COMFORTABLE SHOE: . WE
TAKE ESPECIAL PAINS TO HAVE THEM
PROPERLY FITTED. ONE HEAVY COLD
COSTS MO HE THAN ONE l'AIR OF BURT'S
SHOES.
BOTS' SHOES,
$2.00 TO *4.00.
MISSES' SPRING-HEEL SHOES,
$1.50 TO $3.50.
CHILD'S SPRING-HEEL SHOES,
$1.50 TO $3.00.
ARTHUR BURT k CO.,
seSO 1211 F ST. N. W.
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ALWAYS PREFERABLE.
AVOID EXTREMES IN THE PURCHASE OF
YOUR SCHOOL SHOES IF YOU WOULD PRACTICE
ECONOMY. TOO CHEAP A SHOE WILL NOT
LAST AT ALL. AND SHOES TOO FINE ARE GEN
ERALLY MADE OF SUCH SOFT AND PLIABLE
LEATHER AS NOT TO RESIST THE ROUGH-AND
TUMBLE PLAYS OF THE AVERAGE SCHOOL BOY
OB GIRL.
THE GREAT WEAR RESISTER3 THAT YOU
WANT AND THAT WILL OUTWEAR ANY SHOES
COSTING DOUBLE THE MONEY ARE:
HAHN'S $1 IRON-CLAD SCHOOL SHOES,
For Boys aud Youtha, Button or Laced, of Veal
Calf, with good, honest soles and heels.
For Misses sud Children, Heeled or Spring
heel Button, of Genuine Dongola or Pebble,
Plain or Tipped.
HAHN'S $1.25 SCHOOL SHOES.
Seamless Vamp, Fslr-stitched, Button and
Laced, High Cut, Neat and Durable, for Boya.
Fine Kid and Goat Dress Shoes, in any style
or width, for Girls.
HAHN'S $1.50 GIANT SCHOOL SHOES.
The Boys' $1.60 Giant School Shoes we havs
known to stand Three Ualf-aolings.
The Misses' $1.60 Shoos are the Moat Com.
fortable aud Best-flttlng Gooda Made.
Also Fine Domrola Spring-heel Button, up to
6a, Ladies' Site, for Full-grown Mtssss.
WM. HAHN * CO.*8
RELIABLE SHOE H0U8K.
II
THRIE f 816 7TH ST.
LAKGE ] 11)22 FENN. AVE.
STORES. < 231 PfcNN. AVE. S.K.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 20, 1880.
ZLPHONZO YOUNGS COMPANY
have In NEW CROP PEA8 IN GLASS, NEW CROP
PEAS IN TIN, NEW CROP TEAS, NEW MACKEBEU
NEW PRESERVES, NEW JELLIES, FRENCH SOUPS
IN TIN. FRENCH SOUPS IN GLASS, EXTRA
LARGE OLIVES IN GLASS. PITTED OLIVES IN
GLASS, Imported Sardines, the highest grades known
to Um trade. Edam Chisss, Just imported; Full
Cream Pine-apple China, large and amall; English
Dairy Chesse,old and rich; Foil Cream New York
Cheese; Extra Choice Elgin Creamery Buttor direct
from the churn. We are h?rtquartara for the cele
brated Geneva Msgnetlc Water. A single trial wiU
oonvince yon of its marvelous curative qualities We
gursntsi *1 that to ctotmart tor it or money rrfnaie*
Et.PBONZO YOUNGS COMPANY.
41S NINTH STREET.
Important Xo Mothers.
THE PALAIS ROYAL'S fUBW DAT" OC
CURS TOMORROW (8ATTTRDAT1.
We're hanted the store over lal hen reoovd the
vsry beet buvalni, and therefore you'll learn more by
glancing through this column than you could in a
week'a shopping.
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R OO V A A T.TJ.I.?
Some of the prleee quoted below will surprise yo?: 1
very likely make yon suspi< ious of the qualities.
Pleue don't do yourself and the Palali Royal such an
injustice. It Is peculiarly a feature of our cash busi
ness that we are sometimes enabled to secure goods st
less thsn they cost to manufacture; snd, as you
know we can afford to sell at smaller profit than our
competitors wlio do a credit business, therefore,
d<m't judge by the price* %ve Quote, buI by the qualitir* uf
| /ered at theprieet.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
(Continued below.) ___
Hosiery For Children.
(Near door No. 1117 Punna. ave.)
Hosiery has long: since been a specialty with ns
That the stock is larger and more varied than shown
elsewhere in town is generally admitted. The finest
Hosiery imported will be found on the Palsls Royal
shelves and at prices lower than charted st the crcdit
stores.
The following sre Low-priced Hose, but the best I
WARRANTED FAST BLACK yet offered in Washing
ton at 25 cents a pair:
Style No. 1, plain sizes, 4 to RH.
Style No. '?, ribbed sizes, 5 to
Style No. 3, ribbed sizes, 7 to 10.
Style No. 4, ribbed sizes, 5 to 8)4.
(Any size for 25 cents.)
tW All have double toes snd hi<rh spliced heels and
the boys hose (No. 3) have double knees. Style No. 4
is Cashmere Wool with Merino toes and heels. Of
course wo can't show you the hose in an advertise
ment. You'd buy if we could.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
(Continued^below.)
Underwear For Children.
(Store No. 1117 Pennsylvania avenne.)
Csrtwrlghtfc Warner's Famous Enirllah Underwear,
also the American Hosiery Company's Celebrated Un
dergarments. Styles for infants, children, boys, girls,
youths and maidens: In all wool, two-thirda wool, half
wool and cotton undergarments.
A list of prices would be too lengthy, but you'll find
Pslais Royal prices compare favorably with the credit
?tore prices.
The merchant* ioho credit make good the loues caused
by bad debt*, not by quoting higher price* for go-id* I
ea*Uy vanted by you, but for the high-clou good* not to
cu'tlv valued.
ty We'll surprise you to-morrow with Well-made I
and Finished Merino Vests and Pants in all sites, from !
10 to 32. for ONLY 25c. APIECE. Sow. please don't
pass Judgment until you have seen. This to tell you:
You'll pay 50 aud 00 cents at the credit stores for the
larger sizes.
If Cornets, Flannel Skirts, 4c.. on 2d floor.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
(Continued below.)
Suits For Children.
(2d floor, No. 1119 Pa. ave.)
Wo here illustrate the advantageous buying the !
Palais Royal's cash business enables. A manufacturer
hxsclowd out to us his balance of stock actually at let*
than Co it of materialI so that we make a profit and yet
offer you SUITS at nearly half what you'll expoct to
pay.
No space for descriptions. Briefly: 8TYLES: "Di
rectoire," "Empire," "Oretchen." materials:
Cashmere and Henrietta. TRIMMINGS: Velvet,
Braid, Surah. COLORS: Red. tireen. Brown, Gray,
Ooblin, Mahogany, Terra Cotta, SIZES: 4 to 12
years. PRICES: 44.75 for small sizes and a alight
raise in price for the larger sizes.
To give au idea of the real values of the above-men
tioned garments 'tis best to tell you of the reduced
prions we have been forced to quote for our regular
stock.
THE REDUCED PRICES FOB SUITS.
(4 to 12 years.)
All Suits at 45.50, $'1. 40.50, $7, $8, 40. and 910
reduced to <5. The variety comprises Jersey Cloth,
Cashmere, Henrietta, and Flannel Suits in blouse.
Bailor, directoire, empire, aud Oretchen styles.
REDUCED PRICES FOR ULSTERS.
(4 to 12 years.)
Ulsters in Plain, Striped, and Plaid Cloths, made in
Directoire and Oretchen styles with trimmings of vel
vet and braid. Those ranging in price from 44 to 48
all go at 43. All those marked from $0 to 412 re- J
duced to 45.
REDUCED PRICES FOR JACKE1S.
(12 to 18 years.)
Jackets of all colors in English Broadcloth. Those
marked 44.50. 45, and 45.50 reduced to 43. and those
tbst were 43.50, 44, and 44.50 may be had tomorrow
for 42.75.
THE PALAIS ROYAL,
(Continued below.)
Shoes For Children.
(First floor, 12th-street store.)
Again must we ask you to Judge by quality, not 1
prii e. The goods quoted below were never intended
to be sold at the prices.
Misses' and Children's Straight Qoat Button Boots,
B.zes 13 to 2, for 41-60 a pair; sizes 11 to 13 for 41 a
pair.
Boys' Calf Button and Lace Boot*, sizes 11 to 5, for
, ?1 .50 a pair. Patent-leather Boots, sizes 11 to 4hi,
| for 41.50 a pair. These are hand sewed and were
made to retail at 44 a pair.
RUBBERS ?Thecetebrate.1 "Ooodyear." Children's
sizes 30c. a pair. Misses' and Boys', 35c. a pair.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
(Continued below.)
Umbrellas For Children.
ALSO RUBBEB GOODS.
The "Gloria" Cloth Umbrella in warranted for a year.
A written guarantee for one year binding us tore-cover
the Umbrella should it split.
24-inch Paragon f rames aud Natural Sticks, $1.
20-inch paragon Frames aud Natural Sticks. $1L"5. I
20-luch Paragon Frames. Silver and Oold Caps,
41.50.
.'0-inch Paragon Frames, Long Silver Handles,
$2.20.
3 ^Strong Gingham School Umbrellas only 85c.
RUBBER OOOD.S for Children l>om 4 to 10 years.
Children's silver Gray Rubber Circulars, 41.30.
'1 hose ill "Jdotuer Hubbard' style 41 45.
"Irish Peasant," in fancy colored stripes, (2.48.
Boys' Ootsainer Weight Rubber Coats, 41.45. i
Boys' Extra Strong and Heavy Coats, 41.08.
Youtus' Extra Lou* Rubber Coats, 43.25.
THE PALAIS ROYAL
(Continued below.)
Handkerchiefs For Children.
(Store No. 1110 Pennsylvania avenue.)
A very large variety of Fsucy Colored Borders,
which are warranted last colors. According to price
so is the quality of linen.
Prices. .>0., 7c? or 4 for 25c., 3 for 25c., 2 for 25c..
Ilk- and 25c.
Oood size China Silk Handkerchiefs, with hem
stitched borders, 25c.
China Silk Handkerchiefs. (20x20 inches), with col
ored borders, 35c., or 3 lor 41.
XliE PALAIS ROYAL.
(Continued below.
ISeckwear For Children.
? (Near Door, No. 1110 Pennsylvania ave.
Boy's Scarfs.?China Silk Windsors, 15c. Col
ored Twill ?ilk Windsors, 25c. Knot Scarfs, 25c.
Same quality and style as uieu's scarfs at 47c.
Boy's Collars (4-ply linen), 2 for 25c.. and Cuffs at
20c. a pair, same <iualilv as men's at 25c.
Little Boi 's and Oirl's Collars iu a hundred aud one
Btyles. Collsrs of Orieutal Lace 25c. "iauutleroy"
Collars and Cuffs for 2Wc. the set. Very beautiful Irish
Point Collars 75c? and works of art in Fine Laces at
$1.50.
Misses Neckwear Includes the new Rolling Collars of
Embroidery tor 22c. New ?ha|>e? in Liueu Cape Col
lars, 3 lor 25c. Cuffs, to match, 3 paiis for 25c.
New huchingH, including the "Directoire." 2 yards
for! 25c. Pretty Huttings in boxes, 0 vards for 25, 5o
anu 08c.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
(Continued before.)
Gloves Fob Children.
(Rear of No. lllHPa. ave.)
The "Palais Royal" Glovea are tried on at oar riak
and the wear guaranteed.
Boys' Euglisii Calf Gloves, 41 Pair.
Misses' 4-buttou Kid Gloves. 41 pair.
Misses' 0-tiuttou MouaqueluirvH, 41.25 pair.
Cashmere Gloves, in all aises, 25c. pair.
Mr* Once you try the "Palais Royal" Glovea you'll
?ever buy other.
the PALAIS BotAL.
(Continued below.)
Boys' Scbool-time Wants.
You'll find Writing Tablets, etc., mentioned among
"Fancy Goods." Boys' Handkerchiefs, Umbrellas,
Glovea, Underwear, etc., are quoted elsewhere in this
column. l ue following are in the Meu's Department
near door No. 1111* Pa. ave.
Boys' Suspenders, with ribbed suds, warranted
never to break, ouly 25c. a pair.
Boys' Shirts at 50c. Same quality as Men's "Palais
Royal" Drees Shirts at htfo. Sgh: Shl^t*.^
(Continued below.)
Children's Fancy Goods.
STATIONERY.?Ruled and Unruled Tablet* of
Mftr-A SfecsasCTS-fli
m it.
leather GOODS.?Leatherette Writing Tablets
complete, 25c.
Three Memo.
Books tor 10a, each eoatainiiw 60 I
JgQfc&CI."
OH. mataaifeAm wm
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SatcbDato Shoppikq Ni
TOMORROW AT 0 ML THE 8PXCIAL PRICKS
FOB OOTTON UNDEBWEAB WILL TEBMXNATB.
HAVE TOU (THOUSANDS HAVE) appreciated
THIS FACT: THAT TOU ABB OFIBRED US
DERWEAR, IN BOMB INTANCE8, AT LESS THAU
c08t OF MATERIALS? hatb Ton appreciated
THIS METHOD OP ADVERTISING. BRINGING SO
much IMMEDIATE BENEFIT TO TOU AND
onlt PROSPECTIVE BENEFIT TO UW
A
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A LUX A > II UggS
RRR OO T T A
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ri U Y A L
Tomorrow (Saturday) the following garmenta will
be 50 cent*; on Monday and after, 75 cent* and 98
cent*, and at the latter price* belter qualitlee
shown at the credit store*:
CHEMISES, Sice* 36 to 40.
GOWNS, Sizo* la to 16.
SKIRTS, Size* 30 to 42.
CORSET COVKR8, Size* 32 to 44.
DRAWEES Size* *'3 to 32.
tr Plat YaL, Torchon and Medici Lao**; also
Embroidery Trimmings to above Garment*
TOMORROW (8ATURDAY) 75 cents will buy one
of the Palui* Royal Celebrated 98c. Night Gown*.
TOMORROW (SATURDAY) wiU see the last of those
Fine "Bridal" Garments, which have aatoundad our
patron* not le*i by their beauty than their price.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
(Continued below.)
>* See Column to left for account of "Children's
Day" at THE PALAIS ROYAL but first read below.
Last Chance For The M EN.
(Near door No. 1117 Pennsylvania ave.)
Men'* Beat Quality Merino Shirts and Drawers for
56c. instead of 75c.
Thus we force the demand for Autumn Underwear.
TOE PALAIS ROYAL
(Continued below.)
ill mothera, after noting the bargains Quoted
below, <rlance at Children's Column to the left?
This F or The L ADIES.
(Rear store. No. 1119 Pennsylvania irt.)
35 CENTS for the 45c. quality Autumn-weight
Ribbed Vest*, with high neck* and long sleevee. This
Underwear ia nicely finished with silk fronU and l-earl
buttons; 1* full length and in sixes from 26 to 40
inches; good values at 45c.
ONE DOLLAR for the 81.25 Quality All-wool
Ribbed Vest* and Pants. Size* 26 to 40. The Vest*
have high neck* and long aleevea and the Ribbed
Pants are shiped so as to be body-fitting. Just the
weight for fall wear, and good value at $1.25.
THE PALAIS ROYAL
(Continued below.)
?r "After you have glanced through Glove Adver
isemeut below t?ke in the column to left the
Children's Column.
1889. Kid Ctlo VF.& 1890.
The correct Kid Gloves for the coming season are of
interest to Gentlemen as much aa Ladies. On Thurs
?day, PriJay an 1 Saturday, September 19, 20 and 21.
a special exhibition and aale of the l'alias Royal slately
received London and Paris importations. Your
presence requested.
(Continued below.) THE PALAI8 B0YAI?
Shades. Styles and Prices.
The correct new shades and stylss may be confidently
written of aince London and Paris, with a milder
climate than here, more quickly adopt ths autumn
and winter style*.
Among the Palaia Royal'* lately received Import*
tion* will be found the varioua shades of Red. now so
extensively worn in London; also the new Paris shadea
of Tans, Browns, Grays, etc. An absolutely Fast
Black will be much welcomed, aince Black is to figure
so prominently in the toilets of women of faahion.
The new style* are marked by the tiny line* of Silk,
which have entirely superseded the wider Embroidery
for the back* of Ladies' Cloves. The White Silk
Stitching to some of the English W*lking Glove* are
faahionable if not beautiful. Four Button* and Moua
quetairea in 8-button length are also the correct
autumn style for promenade.
The Glovea now on exhibition were made expressly
for the Palais Royal by the lesding makers of Pari* and
London, so that the latest and most correct styles may
be guaranteed. In paaaing, we compliment the ladies
by Informing them that their handa-the American
women's hand*?are the smallest in the world. So
wrote the agent of our Paria manufacturer when our
Import order was given.
1889 PRICE LIST 1890
OF
LONDON AND PARIS KID GLOVES.
LADIES'
4-bntton Undressed or Suede Kid $1.25
4-button " - Embroidered.. 1.50
4-button Dressed Kid Gloves. (Emb'd) ?.1.50
8 button Undraased Mousquetaires (Ernb.) 1.85
12-button Evening Wear " 14 ....... 2 25
Id-button Evening Wear * " .........2 75
20-button Evening Wear " " 3.50
30-button Evening Wear M M ........A 75
S-*~Every paii stamped "Palais Royal."
MEN'S
2-button English Dogskin Gloves, $1.
2-button Castor leaver Glovea, $1.35.
2-button English Derby Gloves, f L50.
2-button Best Chevrette Glove*. $ 1.98.
t#"Every pair stamped "Palais Royal."
CHILDREN'S
4-button Misses' Dressed Kid Gloves. (1,
6-button Undressed Kid Mousquetaires. 81.25.
2-button Boys' English Calf Gloves, 81.
Unlivery pair stamped "Palais Royal."
_(Continued below.) THE PALAIS ROYAL.
PALAis Royal- Kid Gloves.
W'lried on at our risk.
WE very pair warranted.
Since we demonstrate by '-Tying on all "Palais
Royal" Gloves that the finish and fit ale Perfect and
since we hold ourselves responsible for the future
wear by a guarantee .isn't it evident the "Palais ltoyal"
Glovea must Oe the best quality?
And since our cash business enables lower pries*
than quoted by the credit stores, isn't It worth while
to buy your Gloves, if nothing else, at the Palaia Royal?
This, too?the Glove stock is as largejta at aay ether
three stores in this city ootnbiued.
BEST (JLOVES AT 'l'R/SH PRICES.
The Palaia Royal's Gigantic Glove Buainees may be
understood when 5,000 doian of one 0f Qiovss
are ordered at one time.
We have contracted to take ban the manufacturer
6.000 doaen pain of 4-button Kid Glovea, which we
shall offer at 9ttc. a pair.
warranted?Every pair of them.
It's nearly a year aince we advertised ratline
French Kid Glovea foe 90c. a pair and you may remem
ber we said at ths tuns -ThUu Uu opportunity tf ?
We once again offer yon Real French Kid ,
Gloves in all the latest autumn with
style embroidered becks.
FOB ONLT 96 CENTS A FAZE
AND EVERY FAIR WARRANTED.
A cash busineee sad dealing direct with the makar
alone makes this a poertbUity.
(Con tinned below.) ""SEPTAL
The 1889 Pwinj Glove*.
i (Avery pair wame ted.)
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FAfAUBOTAL
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BOSTON PBT GOODS HOUSS,
Ow. 11thand Fata. a.w.
udak Simian 20, 1889>
CHILDREN'S SCHOOL HOSIEBT.-Tbe
we kin r*c*ivad r?-enforcements ud are
?ow better prepared t han sv?r. From the
man ulac tars rs to aa. and to yon with a* in
termediate profit dot fancy price. They are
beyond a doubt the beat Hoae that can be
bought at their respective prices. Bach and
every pair warranted to be abaolutaly "Fait
Black." email seams. strongly made and
extra durable. We start the atock at 2"kv
rer pelt, and at this price aall a quality that
baa heretofore coat na aa much at wholesale.
They are double at the knee, heal and toe,
and are extragood value; 23c. for all aliea
from 5 to 8*? Inch.
Children"! Fast Black Fine and Broad
Bibbed Hole, doable at knar, heel and toe,
priced oceordlug to alie aa folio era:
Sixe 6, 6V?, 7, 7*4 8. 8*4. 8, PH. 10.
Price 2(1. 28, 30, 32. 34. 38. 38, 40. 42.
In all our line Hoae ve have priced them
aocvnitug to aiae in the order that the air all
boy's mamma will not be obliged to paj aa
mnch aa the big boy'a mamma. We have a
quality at 40c. for 7 Inch, rlae and fall two
cent* par site larger and amaller.
A quality at 44c. for 7 Inch, rlae and fall
two centa par aiae largar and amaller.
A quality at SOe for 7 Inch, riae and fall
two cent! per aiae larger and amaller.
A quality at 70c. for 7 Inch, riae and fall five
cents per aixe larger aud amaller.
|A quality at 77c. for 7 Inch, rlae and fall
five centa per aire larger and aiuallar.
HOSE FOB BIG BOTS.-We make a ape.
cialty of extra alia Hoae for large boya who
wear knee pantaand find the regular boy'a
aizea too amall or too short in the length.
The altea are ?. t?? and 10.
The prices for size 0 inch are 31, 38, 40,
48,52 and 58c. per pair.
The prices for slie IH4 inch are 31. 42, 50,
60 and 68c. per pair.
The prices for siae 10 inch are 42. 44. 54.
62c and (1.07 per pair.
We have the Stockinette Suae Caps at 25c.
par pair,
(First floor, first annex.)
BOYS' SCHOOL 8UIT8.?If yon an not
a Judge of clothing it la well to think ba
fore buying. It ii not Tariety yon want. It
la not a low price you want. What you want
la a good, serviceable, dressy suit at a mod
erate price. We have them?and so have a
few other stores. We want no better recom
mendation for our auita than to have cus
tomers who have bought them call and want
the aam? kind of a auit agiin. We took
eapecial care to select only sue h auita as wa
could recommend for appearance and wear.
We ooualder $4 little enough to pay for a
auit, as there ia no eatisfaction in a suit at a
lower price, hence we a tart the stock at that
figure and go up to tlO. But it la at *5
that we can pleaae you but la a achool auit.
(Third floor.)
-FOSTER-HOOK" GLOVES.-The manu
facturer of our oelcbrated "Imperial" Keal
Kid Gloves has obtained penuianion to make
np a line of our "Imperial" Kid Glovea with
the popular Foater-Hook (Laced) Patent
Fastening. These are in Black and asaorted
fall shadea, with the vary newest Silk em
broidered backa. They are Seven Hook,
with Silk laclnga. Price tl.75 par pair.
We yet have the "Imperial" Kid Gloves in
Five Button at S1.5U and tha Four Button
at tl.75.
A fall bargain.?Six-Button Length Gray
Chamola Skin Glovea at tl par pair.
(Firat floor, oenter.)
NEW JACKETS, CAPES, CLOAKS,
WRAPS, ftc.?They are coming in alowly
on account of the uncertainty aa to which
?tries will be the moat fashionable. Wa
cannot afford to aell you a garment thus
early and have you diisatiafied with it later.
Better wait until the sty lea become more set.
We are receiving a number of new ahapea
every day. Ton can be lure about what wa
are now showing. The Jackets are particu
larly stylish. We have a very extenaive lino
of Ladies' Blsck Jackets (always In atyle and
dressy) which we have marked extremely
low. We call particular attention to ute
line of Black Tailor-made Beaver Ji
Jackets bound with Black braid, with ifcu.
ahuped Cuff , at $6.
Also a line of "Qarrick'' Capes In kr- tou.
Myrtle. Navy Blue and Black Broadcloth,
lined with satin, $9.
(Third floor.)
LADIES' OVEBGAITERS. ? We have tin.
ported an elegant line of Ladies' Broad
cloth Overgaitera. in Black. Dark Grmn,
Navy and two ahadee of Tan; handsomely
cordod to match the corded woolen drrswra.
Very stylish <1.75. We also have the plain
Black Overgaitera at tl.25.
(Hosiery Department; first floor.)
MEN'S GOODS. ? Necessary to good
health?this particular weight of Underwear
which we selected expressly for preseut
wear because it waa especially adapted to tha
Washington climate. Here ia the list:
Merino Fall Weight, 50c.
Nearly All Wool. 75c.
Norfolk aud New Brunswick, 75c.
Cartwright k Warner's.
Dr. Warner's Natural Wool.
Dr. Warner"! Camel's Hair.
Morley's Lnglish Underwear.
It is difficult not to be suited from these.
Have you seen the New Neckwear? Aa
usual. 50c. ia the popular price and here it
la that we have eclipeed all previous efforts.
Rich dark colorings in attractive striped
and figured effects. Four-in-hands and Im
proved Knots Lnd Puffs. 50c.
FALL-WEIGHT HOSE-We have received,
among others, two lots of Men's Unbleached
Half Hose, one a French Bslbriggan and tha
otMer an English brand Both of fall weight
and extra quality. We have marked them aa
a "Drive" at 18c, par pair; 3 pain for 50c.
APRONS.?Stacks and stacks of Aprona
have arrived. Aprons for school girls,achool
mams', mothers, nurses, maidi.and Aprona
for every one who wears an Apron. Hereto
along row of figuraa,yat they do not tell
half the Apron itory-12*. 10. 23,25, 34,
60. 62K. 75c, ftl. tl.25, tl-ftO, tl.75,
t2.42.2o, and so on up to t4.
Excellent School Aprona, of White Craa
barred Muslin. in Gretohan atyla, at tL25,
11.50 and t3.
(BfOPd floor.)
WHITE CAPS.?A doaan styles of Whlta
lMtaa*.
(Second floor.)
FLANNEL GOWN8 -For Fall and 1
waar n have racialvad a Una af Ladita*
.alMMi
OOKDCD WAItTt FOB INFANT*.
CN1LDREN.
Gnu Axd B t,
OK MOXDAT,
W* wilic*
OK R ATVRD AT. IVT VI.
OCR CHERRT8TAIXED PEX AKD PEXCtt
CASE*. WITH LOCK AID LIT.
For ?t btk.
Hardwood Foliabed Uck Box** for 9e.: Fitted 9mm
from 4c up. An tnimsn? nrttt; of ?rhoal M
from be ap We will aleo sell a Iku. witta NmD at
Spoaf*. for 4c. A full IIm of School Supilie*
TBK fair. siuTust.?.?.
Horse Kttnti,
read the FOLLOWING CABEFTLLV.
THE FAIR. Hit 7TB ST. K.W?
OFFEK8 TOO THESE OREAT BARGAIK9
TOR TOMORROW. SATCRDAY. SEPTEMBER ?;
Crystal Mt and Pepper Shaker* for Sc.
liecoratod China Sat and Far par Shakan for 0*.
Handsome Crystal Croon Pitchers for 8a.
7-inch Oral Shape Crystal Dtsh for 5c.
8-iuch " ? ? ? ? Sc.
9-inch ? ? ? " ? 10c.
Enrrsved Footed Crystal Ottw Dtabea oaly (A
Cry *tal Kasom, neo ahape. 9 for 1 Tc.
Handsome Fancy Tumblers onl) 4c.
C berry-etai tied Wall Pocket* only V5o.
Walnut Frania Towel Racka only 7e.
Silvered Frame Suap Dishe* only 9c.
Household Htool Moot Saws only 30*.
A faw Pin* Top Tablse for oovoria* only 40a.
Elevant Bamboo Eaorla only 9Nc. each.
Odd lot* of Emvee and Forka, Tumblars. OotMi
Wins olaaaea. Ac., ot about half priee.
/
SOME SPLENDID DRIVES IX CHIKA WARE.
Decorated China Salad Bow la only 18c.
Decorated Square-ahaptd Fruit Dlahoa only Wo.
Handaomcly Doooratod Porcelain Dinner Plata* onl J
Ua
Decorated French China Cuspidor* only 49c.
18 piece*, 1.0. 6 each. China Decorated Cava. Saooare
and Plate*, only 91.10, worth (1 9*.
Lam sire Decorated Chamber Site only 91 98.
Decorated Fronch China Too Sot only 96.98.
Bandaotne Decorated Bndrewuod Purrolaia Dtnnes
and Breakfast Hot combined at the low pneeof 414 98,
worth 9-6.
BIO BABGAIXS IK WOODEX AXD WILLOW WARE
W* will sell tomorrow oar pries Foldlar Cuttia*
Table*-one of the bait and strongest tables mad* too
only 91-19; It la worth 91 9H.
Patent Folditir Waah Bcnclie* for 9Sc.
Larre bix* Clothes BaskeU for S9c.. worth 9126.
THE FAIR. 81S 7th at B.W?
FRAXKLE R CO,
Proprietor*. M
IIol'SEBOLD 11
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B. GOLD^CHMTD,
1007-1009 F ST. X.W.
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HOUSEHOLD NECESSITIES.
KO OLD STOCK, BCT ALL KEW AKD BRIGHT
GOODS.
. We boy and Import direct from the factory, and M
there i* no middle men'* pi oflt we can wall afford to
(dace our pricoa entirely out of the rooch of our earn
I petitora.
AS TBET COME!
Whether you buy much or little wo want to sell to
you. Those who have but a small amount to apead to
day may be the heaviest purchaser* a year hence;
therefore, our object 1* the Lowest Price* and Satisfac
tion to all.
CHINA DEPARTMENT.
V'e display a laryvr stock and greater variety of
Ch'Tia Ware than can be found in any retail hous*
So. of Kew York, and carry medium a* well a* bitrh
pr... u crockery, and truarautm. ever) ihiim as reprw
| *?'Utod
OCB BAXCE OF FRICE8.
1^ orated Toilet Sou of every desin from 91 98 to
94 <K). Xew shape* and Pattern* In Whit* aad
De rated lea Seta. 93 79 to 936.00. Wevnohtooall
*p> <-U attmnom to our preoeut oollectton of Kew
Planer bets (Do old stock i, which exceeds in ehsranc*
a.ol variety any eimilar display ever in R aahiurton.
Dinner SeU and Combination Dinner and Too Soto
| 910.98 to 9150.00.
GLASS WABE DEFABTMEXT.
Peerlea* attractions in Glasa. Positively the larvest
1 aaoortmeut at tne most moderate pness ewer haord off
From the C%cav* Via* to Uu Finoat (W Glass in all
Pattern*. Aloo a full and complete olock of Bar Room
Glaa* R are.
WOODEX AXD WILLOW WARE DEFABTMEXT.
Covered and Halo Market Baaketa. Cloth** Baskets,
Bauipera. Wood Baaketa, Fish Baaketa. hewinf
Baaketa, Knife Baaketa. Hpice Cabinets, Salt Boxes.
Salad Sou. Broad Platea, Dish Draiuera.En
Pastry Boards, and evei-ytliinir to make this the I
aMortment of it* kind at *uch j rioo* a* will
Srl.TT.R WARE DEPABTMENT.
A store within iteelf. All rood* from the i
I manufacturer*. A complete line of Borer*', Russell's,
Wallace'* and Tuft'* Plated and Solid bllvar Good* *9
?ear fascinatm* and popular prices.
JEWELRY DEPARTMKKT.
This department baa boootno one of th* I
lar in our store and fsmous for the prices
Standard Jewelry, such ** #old. Silver, Oxidised and
Jet Jewelry, which will rlease thooo who wish eiths*
the cheap or m-nuina article.
CMBBELLA DEPABTMEXT.
From the lowest rods* to th* Sn*ot qaalittes.es*
slstinc of Ginrham. Satoen. Gloria, 1 tela spaa *ad
Ri'k, with Gold. Oxidisad Silver aad Natural Wood
Baadloa, worth from 4?c. to 910.1
LEATHZB GOODS.
Pocket Book* from 6c. to 96 0a
Card OiiHi Gentlemen's Sid* WaUoto.
3*is. Collar aad Cuff Boxat
| chief Boxe* aad aa aiiiUiac stock of t
Chatelaine Baca, worth from 4?e. to 936 00
Poimlar pricaa la Htationary.
Alt I
4y1
styles of moldln**. from 49c.. to 926. tecla
| to* Millet'* faasow* picture of the ~Aa?Wua," haa
maly darned, tar 91 Ml.
KEEP IB MIKD:
MOXEY BBFOKDED OX ALL OOODB ROT
SAT1SFACTOBT.
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