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TIIE EVENING STAR.
WASHINGTON:
THI?)D?V Octobcr 19. lSKf .
(KOkliV s. -?OVI.? Editor.
1HE ETEMXJ UTAH ku m? fallest Local
Clrealatiea of mmy Newspaper la the M aria.
? ad an aa AdtttliaiM Jitdiia la worth
Biare I baa all ?*? wrntf puut.saetl
la W aabtnrtan.
Tork Office! Roma 93. Trftrone Boilding.
The report of Capt Symons, of which an ab
stract is published ia today'* paper, is full of
interesting information aad recommendations
upon topics of great local importance. Ade
quate consideration is given to the subject of
the apportionment of the sppropriation for
street improvement. One of the most signifi
cant of the statistical exhibits under this head
is that which shows that in the northwest
section, two-thirds of the streets are
Anally improved, one-half in Georgetown and
the southwest, and only ons-flfth in north
east and southeast Washington. The last two
?actions will naturally receive for a ti me
greater comparative consideration thsn their
population taxable values, etc.. would require,
if the coming apportionment were the first
rver made. For the much-needed improve
ment in the condition of the sidewslks a largely
increased appropriation for permit work is re
commended. and the experiments with asphalt
and artificial stone block to secure cheap side
walks of better quality than the brick are related.
The important projects of extension of the city
streets and a straightening of suburban streets,
the reclamation or protection of that section
which is subject to overflow in times of hoavy
flood, and the establishment of Rjck Creek
park are elaborately and intelligently dis
cussed. The field of Capt. Symons' work is
wide, and the matters with which he deals
tonch every citizen. The facts and suggestions
of his report will be widely read, and his able
presentation of them will give them weight.
The universal testimony as to the working of
the Australian ballot law in those places where
it has lately been put to a practical test is in its
favor. In Montana, wbere, owing to the com
parative crudeness of the civilization, more or
leee trouble was expected, it operated like
eloekwork, in spite of the fact that the ticket
wis uncommonly long. In Connecticut it
proved so excellent as to call forth commenda
tion from sources wbere doubt and even ad
verse prejudice had lurked before; and yet
there its operation was hampered by several
things, such as the supplying of the tickets by
the party organizations and the use of sealed
envelopes. In 82 of the Connecticut towns
which voted for local officers this month, 593
votes were thrown out for reasons
not made public, 84 for misunderstand
ings with regard to the use of
the envelopes, and 39 for having been deposited
in the wrong box?an accident extremely liable
to occur where the ticket is concealed from the
voter's sight as well as from the poll clerk's.
Forty-three towns, however, report no ballots
whatever rejected, and forty-one others, having
made no reports, presumptively escaped such
miscarriages. Tho total, therefore, of towns
in which the law worked with smoothness and
success is larger than that of the towns where
any serions hitch occurred. This showiDg, in
a state where the amendments to tho original
statutes aa enacted in Massachusetts, Moutana
and elsewhere, have tended to retard rather than
promote its e:hciency, is pretty good proof that
bailot reform ou the Australian plan is practi
cable and quite within the reach of the popu
lar understanding.
Statisticians who devote their chief attention
to population are raising the question whether
the English-speaking peoples are not destined,
in course of time, to overspread and rule the
whole world. And well they may. At present
the people of the United Kingdom and the
Ciuid States number abou. one-fifteenth of
the t >tal population of the earth, possess one
th r 1 of its surface and govern one-fourth of
ila .naabitants. They are increasing with a
rapidity unknown to anv other civilized race;
and there is room enough in t he territory still
at their disposal to enable them to multiply
at the current rate for another century and
then be doubled, and still not be so thickly
crowded together as the people of
some old worid countries ? Belgium, for
instance ? are to-day. Calculated upon
the mist modest basis, the population of
the United States by 19*) will not fall short of
490.000.00i), and that of England. Canada. Aus
tralia and South Africa will, at the very least,
swell the aggregate to 7X3,000,000; while a gen
erous estimate for continental Europe places
its population ninety years hence at 534.000.000.
No country on the globe keeps up so constant
and intimate communication with her colonies
u Great Britain and no country receives such
an immense immigration from foreign lands as
the United States; so it is fair to presume that
oar mother tongue will continue to hold its
own whbrever it now prevails. The commer
cial world has already practically accepted
English aa its standard language, and French
and Latin have given way to it in many quarters
as the langoago of science, diplomacy and the
higher forms of social intercourse. It is, if all
the signs be not misleading, the world-speech
of the future, whether those who use it con
quer the physical world by the methods known
W w in this era, or are content with a control
which makes itself felt rather than seen.
The electric companies which murder their
linemen with live wires, and the common
ruffian* who do their murdering with axe and
bludgeon aad pistol, seem equally interested in
getting rid of the electrocution law in New
York.
The new hoad of Colombia college. New
Tork, is the young man of whom Franklin
Allen said, in prophetic mood: "Ssth Low,
twioe mayor; once governor; then President."
Mr. Low served his apprenticeship as a mayor,
has figured as governor of a club, and is n ow
president of an institution of learning. It is
wonderful how some people see into the
future!
There is point to the suggestion of Susan B.
Anthony that Queen Isabella ought to be
honored in some way by the United States in
1?9?. Why shouldn t she? If the good queen
had not sacrificed her jewels to her faith in the
enterprise broached by Colnmbus. we should
have nothing to celebrate three years hence.
An appropriate though tardy recognition may
?till be given her if the party moat concerned
will but consent. Why should not thu coming
state of Washington change its name to
Isabella/ It would save an endless amount of
confusion and trouble, give the state even a
more ancient title, and be amply sustained by
the precedents of Maryland, the Carolinas,
Georgia and Louisiana in the perpetuation of
the memories of famous personages in Old
World history.
The Brooklyn Tabernacle, which was bnilt
by faith, fell by the inefficacy of works?tho
city water works.
Tho death of another of John Brown's jurors
suggests ? suspicion that the paragraphers ars
drawing on a new panel.
There is a movement for three cent faros on
tho San Francisco street railways. The people
have just found out that there are some United
States coin* smaller than a nickel.
Tho Gladstonians are full of hope and cheer
oace more. In last week's elections they took
awsy two of the tories' seats, which is equiva
lent to adding four votee to their strength in
parliament, and handsomely multiplied their
former Majority in another borough. Their
elation ia the signal for a corresponding de
pression among the supporters of tho govern
most who see ia those th.ngs tho aigaa of
a rsvolutioa in popular feeling.
It'saip aad tuck betwoen General Harrison
aad tho newspapers aa to which shall got the
President's message written Aral
What's the matter with tho White Howe?
Rati
A Record To
Bk Piora Of.
The reputation of Bobinaon'a charming and
exclusive stylee for Boys and Children la not
by u/ means merely local, aa la evidenced by
oar daily shipments to far-off atatea and terrl
tortaa. Better, brighter aad newer thingican
be aeen on our coon tars now than In any Cloth
la* Bonaa we know of. The cauaa of thla la
plain. We deal excluai vely and extensively In
Boya* belonginga. Oar time aad energies ara
devoted to the production and collection of all
that'a rood, reliable, desirable and faahionable
in the world of Boya' and Children's Clothing.
While we handle better gradea than are
usually to be found elsewhere our prices are.
by reaaon of the fact that wa devote our entire
time and attention to one line of butin*t?, lower
than poorer qualities ean be booght for outside
of our house. These things are being daily
demonstrated to the entire satisfaction of bun
a dreda of our moat intelligent people.
H ROBINSON k CO..
THE LILLIPUTIAN OUTFITTERS.
oelT-ee SOS PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
Xo Correct An Error.
WF. ARE MUCH 8UK PRISED TO LEARN THAT
THERE IS A.N IMPRESSION THAT WE MAKE A
SPECIALTY OF LADIES' SHOES. THIS IS A
QRk-AT MISTAKE. AND WE WISH TO aSIuBE
1 HE MEN THAT AS OUR LADIES' FOOTWEAR
18 WORLD-RENOWNED SO IS OUR MEN'S THE
FAMOUS E. C. BURT'S LADIES' SHOES ARE OF
NO BETTER QUALITY AND FIT THAN THE
MEN'S SHOES, AND TO SATISFY YOURSELVES
OF THfc. EXCELLENCE AND COMPLKTENESS OF
OUR MEN'S DEPARTMENT WE RECOMMEND
YOUR CAREFUL INSPECTION OF THE SAME.
WE ARK PREPARED 10 FURNISH EVERYTHING
IN THE GENTLEMEN'S LINE. READY-MADE AND
TO MEASURE WE MAINTAIN THE LARGEST
S roCE. THE BEST QUALITY. THE BEST FIT,
AND THE LOWEST PRICES IN THE CITY.
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HAND-SEWED LOW AND HIGH SHOES. IH
RUSSET. KANGAROO, AND CALF.
$3.50 TO ?7.
MEN'S PATENT-LEATHER LACE,
$5.oa
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719 STYLES, 719
V ALL AND WINTER.
RECEIVING NEW GOODS EVEBY DAY. ALL
THE LATEST NOVELTIES NOW READY. BLACK
DRESS GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY. VANDYEE
LACES IN ALL WIDTHS AND STYLES. LATEST
IMPORTATION IN DRE90 AND CLOAK TRIM
MINGS. GLOVES. HANDKERCHIEFS AND NO
TIONS. DRAPERY NETS AND FLOUNC1NGS,
HAMBURG EDGES AND INSERTINGS.
SPECIAL.
LOT OF REMNANTS IN BLACK FRINGES.
MARABOUT TRIMMINGS, BEADED GIMPS, OR
NAMENTS. 40.. AT LESS THAN HALF PRICE.
L a. DAVir,
ocl7 Tl# Market Space, Cor. 8th at,
Perry's Corsets And Skirts.
As a notable feature of our announcement In the
Corset Department?second floor, next to the eleva
tor?we wish to spetiiy a pronounced reduction in the
C. P. CORSETS.
What we have been selling at $1.75 and $150 are
UxUy put down to $ 1.25. The we^fers oi C. P. Cor
acle will find it au advautotfeoua investment to supply
themselves with a fit at these tig urea. In the eame
class we mention:
The ?3 grade at $2 50.
The Venus (No. 1 > at ?3 (white).
" (No. 2) at S3.50 (black).
Tha favorite Glove- flttuig Corset of Tbomaon'a
make we offer as follow*:
T .e u. H. (mediuia snd extra long), 11.
.. ..tj (medium aud ettr.. long), $1.40.
" "r." v white aud drab), ?1.7o.
" *B" (while). 42.
" AtHlomiual (white), $1.50
" Y' Uug Ladles' White Coutll, 7&0.
" Misses' (wuite) al 5JC.
In the "R. k O." grade?of which every lady la cog
nisant?we qncte as tollows:
Extra long. 75c.
Short aud extra long, $1.
White Satin*. $1.50.
J?o. 10 ! (White coutil). $1 50.
No. 107 (.siik atitcued). $2.50l
French-woven Corsets, medium and extra length,
at $1.
l*r. Warner's Coraline Corsets at $1.
KE1RTS.
In oar Skirt Department, adjoining the corset
counter, we call rour si'ecial attention to all t ie popu
?MMM of Ladies' >kiris. including nav>. granite,
browu, garnet. grsy aud alone, ratig.&r in price fruui
$2 to $3.75. As s iwrticular drive we are ..fienug st
$:i aud $150 a $4 auJ $5 grade of striped Flannel
Skirts. For the stock o( black, quilted sann Winter
Sairts we qu >>te important values at iroui $4 to $7 50.
lake elevator to aecoud floor fur ihsee departments.
BEATON PERRT,
"Parry Building,"
Sib and Pa. ave.
Established In 1840. It
Ta Be Towner & Son.
DRY GOODS DEALERS,
1316 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
New York Mille Bleached Sheeting. 2)4 yda wide, 26c.
Bleached sheeting, -!? yards vide, 20c,
I ul.evh. ii Sheeting VJ4 yards wide, ISo.
bilk Hush, lu ail shade* ?> <V
Bed Twilled Flannel, medicated. 25e.
White and Gr ?y Hlaukula, 75c. par pair.
All-Wool Bl.nkeia, $4.
I rnlt-of-ihe-ljwm Bleached Cotton. 814c.
Ali-wuol Flannel suiuog, 28 inches wide. 2fte.
Beauiiiul Li. e of Dr. as Goods, ui Siripeaand PUMa.
Flauuel suiutw. Ui inches wide, KAc.
Bleached Table Unen. 35c.
Henrietta, in all colors yard wide, 280.
All-wool Henrietta, 3 7 We.
Ladles, Genu1 and Children'a Underwear, la all
prices. ""
Cloth for Mao and Boya.
lAdlae* Jataejra, 2Uc.
Goid-bead Gloria L mcrellaa, $L
Large ass. irtin ant of bed Comforta.
Towels, Nat kins. Table Cloths, Ac. oel7
POPTJLAB SHOPPING FLACK.
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THE FOLLOWING LIST INCLUDES SOME TELL
ISO BARGAINS:
We've an extraordinarily large Lot of Odds and Enda
on band, always the result of a busy week.
They won't be here when the Store closs* at 8
o'clock tomorrow evening.
THEY'RE GOING TO BE SOU),
and the following liat will show 700 HOW:
UPHOLSTERY AND ABT DEPABTMENT.
1 pair of Imported AU-chenille Portiere*, were $9.
Bed Ticketed $7.08.
2 r?lr Imported Heavy All-chenille Portieres, 1 pat
tern dragon stripe, 1 flowered design. Bold for (11.60.
Bed Ticketed *9 08 a pair.
4 Different Colore of Figured China fiilk. anort
lengths, were 90c. a yard. Bed Ticketed 72c. a yard.
A lot of Wooden Tables, were 49c. Bed Ticketed
23c. each. Not made np.
Double Faced Canton Flannel, Odd Shadea. waa 25c.
Bed Ticketed 12 Wc. a yard.
0 4 Tapeatry Coven, worth (1. Bed Ticketed 68c.
each.
NOTIONS.
1 lot of One-Inch Garter Web, sold at 12Kc. Bed
Ticketed 5c. a yard.
1 lot ol Garter clasps, were 25c. Bed Ticketed 10c.
each.
1 lot of Belting, worth 15c. a yard. Bed Ticketed
9c. a yard. ?
TOII ET GOODS.
1 lot of 15c. English Rubber Comb*. Bed Ticketed
9c. each.
1 iot of Young's Reat Extract*, worth 29c. a bottle.
Bed Ticketed 19c. a bottle.
1 lot of English Brittle Hair Brushes, worth 75c.
Bed Ticketed 48c. each.
1 lot of Italian CaatUe Soap. Bed.Tlcketed Sc. a cake
JEWELBT.
Black ahell Side Combe, worth lOe. Bed Ticketed
6c. each.
Men's 'J5c. Scarf Pins. Bed Ticketed 19c. each.
A lot of 25c. Breast Pina ai.d Broachea, plated and
oxidiaed. Hed Ticketed 10c. each.
25c. Oxidized Bracelet*. Bed Ticketed 10c. each.
LEATHEB GOODS.
$1.00 Solid Block Leather Chatelaine Ban. Bed
Ticketed Sue. each.
Children'* Ooze Chatelaine Bags, worth 76c. Red
Ticketed 45c. each.
A lot of 73c. and 08c. Purse*, in Beal Seal, Japanese
and other Leath-rs. Red Ticketed 39c. each.
? 1.75. 81.98 and $2.26 Chatelaine Bag*. Bed
Ticketed 81.25 each.
GLOVES. ?
A lot of Undretaed Mousquctsire Gloves, odd size*,
were $ 1.50. Bed Ticketed 81.13 a pair.
One lot of Miens' Kid Gloves, odd slzso, were 81.00.
Bed Ticketed 50c. a pair.
HANDKERCHIEFS AND SHAWLS.
1 lot of Light Shade* of Cashmere Scarfs, slightly
?oiled, were 82.50. Bed Ticketed $1 each.
1 lot of Fancy Colore ! Silk Handkerchiefs, regular
price 02c. Bed Ticketed 25c. each.
1 lot of Hemstitched Fancy Handkerchiefs, were 160.
Bed Ticketed 10c. each.
LADIES' NECKWEAR.
A lot of Embroidered Mull Ties, worth as high a*
15c. Bed Ticketed 7c. each.
2 big hiriralns in Buchimrs: One lot waa 18c. Bed
Ticketed 10c. a box of six yards. Ons lot was 25c.
Bed Ticketed 15c. a box of 0 yards.
Odds and Ends of Fancy Hilk Chemisettes, ware
$1.50 to $1.98. Bed Ticlssted 95c. each.
VEILINGS.
A lot of Colored Chenille Dot Veils, were 15c. Bed
Ticketed 5c. a veil.
BCCKLES.
1 lot of Pearl and Metal Buckles, were 25c. Bed
Ticketed Uc. each.
A lot of bteel, Nichfcl and Bronze Buckles, were 35c.
Bed l lckoted 13c.
A lot of Buckles, worth 15c. Bed Ticketed 6c.
each.
DRESS TRIMMINGS.
1 lot of silk and Tinsel Trimmings, worth 75c. to
81.50. lied Ticketed 23c. a yard.
A lot of Jet Ornaments, formerly 16a Red Tick
eted 5c each.
A lot Col' red Bead Trimmings, formerly $1 * yard.
Bed Ticketed 38c. a yard.
HOSIEBY AND UNDEBWEAR.
15 pair of Lsdies' Guaranteed Black Hose, size 9M
only, were 35c. Bed Ticketed 23c. a pair.
1 lot of Children'a Black Bibbed Wool Hose, sizes 6
to 7)4. were 25c. Be 1 Ticketed 2 lc. a pair.
23 Ladles' Merino Vests, sizes 30, 38 and 40, were
75c. Red Ticketed 39c. each
15 Intents' Bibbed Wool Vests, colors Pink and Blue,
were W8c. Red Ticketed 60c. each.
FANCY GOODS?(Front basement.)
8 Birch Wood Comb and Brush Cases with Hand
Mirror, were 73c. Bed Ticketed 35c. each.
Birch Hood Wheelbarrow Match bales, were 10c.
Bed Ticketed 5c. each.
A lot of Iinjierfect Dolls, Just opened from among
our Importation, which will be sold st price.
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR.
85c. Gowns. Bed licketed C80. ewh.
39c. Drawers. Red Ticketed 26c each.
Infanta' 48c. Hand-knit Hoods. Red Ticketed 29a
each.
? 1.50 500-bone French Woven Corsets, extra long
waist sizes 18 to 25. Kixl Ticketed 98c. a pair.
BIG BARGAINS IN EMBROIDERIES AND LACES.
15c. and 18c. Colored Embroidery, Bed only. Bed
Ticketed 10c. a yard.
15c. and 18c. Fancy Lace, Cream, l.ed Ticketed 10c.
s yard.
Everlasting Trimming, woith 8c. and 10a Bed
Ticketed 5c. s yard.
MILLINER?.
A lot of Mattewan Felt Hats, in large shape only,
were 9?c. Red Ticketed 61c. each.
One lot of Fancy Birds aud Winrs, in all colors, sold
fro n 68c to 85c. Bed Ticket,d 43c. each.
One lot of Fancy plaid Ribbons. *11 silk. 2H Inches
wide, sold for 40c. a yard. Bed Ticketud 29c. a yard.
A lot of Cloth Jockey Caps, in Brown. Navy and Gar
net, were 50c. to 08c. Bed Ticketed 42c. s yard.
DRY GOODS.
Remnants of 30c. Bleached 10-4 Sheetings In 2H to
10 y -rd lengths. Red Ticketed 25c. a yard.
Rem liuder of oar Color-d striped PIu thee, which
weru $ 1 a yard. Bed Ticketed 75c. s yard.
LINEN DEPARTMENT.
5 pieces of 8-10 Turkey Red and White Table Covers,
were $1.75aud$2. Bed Ticket?l $1.45 eact
4 pieces of 8-10 Tolalette Table Cavers, were 82 76
and <3. Bed Ticketed 91.7a each.
CLOAK DEPARTMENT.
A small lot of Children's Coats, sizes 2. 3 and 4, sold
from ?4.50 to *0. Red Ticketed ?-'.98 each.
20 Cloth Jack ta. braided and bound, plain colors
or stapes, were #4.50 to $7. Bed Ticketed ?3 50
each.
A few Striped Cloth Raglans, in all slzss, sold for <9
Red Ticketed <7.48 each.
MEN'S GOODS.
Ribbed Ankle Canton Flannel Drawers, sizes 28 to
30, were 55c. Red Ticketed 45c. a pair.
12Xo. Colored Bordered Handkerchiefs. Red
Ticketed 3 for 25c.
50c.Unlaundered Dress Shirts, size* 14.16U ?~i 17
Red Ticketed 39c. each.
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POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE,
ool7 7TH. VTH AMD D STRUTS.
lioRSE UlaNKETS
or ALL GBADB8
AT 10 PEB CENT DISCOUNT.
FOB CASH ONEY,
from )fr* special low.prices that we sold tbsaa la*
""?u" TOPHAITS.
1331 Pa. m b.w.
We would also like to have you examine our stock at
CARRIAGE BOBES at prices .that we 1
lowest
Immehsi Bargains At Bbodhbad*
Silks, Satins. Plashes and Velvets from 75a I
?2.60 per yard, ttalbrinran Hose, 19a lKru
wide All Wool buitiiura, 4ua Bioadcloth in Navj
Brown and Black. *1. Baautitul Side Bud Drei
Good a, lUc. and up. Double Width Henrietta Ciot_
and Novelty Dress Goods. 25c. Royal Cashmeres. 12Ma
Whit* blankets from 75c pair to$9 50 Comforta
bles, 76c. aud un. Eider-down GouUorts 98.76.
Black Cambric, 3a Dr. Wsraer-s and Ball's Conlta,
96c. Monarch Laundered bhirt, 95a Uuiaudsred
bliirt. 50a Ladies'. Gout's and Children's Underwear
* Man !Uacturera: prices. Bar* *0 per oeu t.
BBODSE AD A OOL
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F.lonltac?aTTi
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WOODWARD ft LOTHBOF,
Oh. 11th and F eta. a. w.
Thursday, October 17, 18S9.
We collect our Bemoanta on Wedneadays
and Thursdays far Friday's sals. The quan
tity and the marked-down price la then
placed on them, and (Vy go on nil Friday
S*~ thiAnt time mt Me reduced price. Should
they not be sold Friday the price
reduced until they are cold. Wo
entirely now Hat of "Bemoan ta" every Til
day.
LADIES' VEST8 AT OKI - THIRD
THEIR REGULAR PRICES.-A feature of
oar Remnant Me thia Friday will be the
offering of a manufacturer*' aample line of
Lediee' Swiee Ribbed Veeta of Ootton. Bal
briggau, Lisle Thread, AU Wool, and All
Silk at about one-third to one-half their
reenter prices. No each bargains in Veeta
have ever been offered to our knowledge.
20 Ladies* Swiss Ribbed Balbrlgran Veeta
In pink, tan, white, fray, and a few fancies.
Choice of the lot. 26a.
12 Ladiee' White Swiaa Ribbed Veeta, low
neck and no aleevee, neck and arm-hole ran
with bilk Braid Ribbon.
Choice ...25o.
14 Ladies' Swiaa Bibbed Vests, 3 of Fancy
colored Liala Thread and 11 of Balbriggaa
in White, Unbleached and Fanclee.
Choice of the lot 33c.
19 Ladies' Swiaa Klbbed Vesta?5 of Lisle
Thread in delicate colors, 9 of Fine Cotton
in Pink, Tan and Lt. lilue: 4 of all wool
In Light Pink; 2 of Bed-and-White-striped,
all wool, and 2 of Lavender Bilk-mixed.
Every Vest in the lot ia worth a dollar at tha
least, and aoine are worth more.
Choice of the lot 50c.
14 Ladies' 8wi*s Ribbed Veste?5 are all
wool in neat Fancy Strii'ee; 4 are Nsturol
Gray Sanitary Wool; 2 are White All-wool,
with quar. er-sleevos, and 3 are Natural Cray
All-wool, with quarter-aleevee.
Choice of the lot ?5o.
1 Lady's Hellotroiw Pure Silk, Bwire
Ribbed Vest, high neck and quarter-sleeves.
Half price, viz.: (1.50.
Also one or two other small lota of Swiaa
Bibbed Vesta, all of which will be promi
nently displayed on a center table in front
of the Hosiery Department Friday morning.
These will hardly last until noon.
(First floor.)
"ODD LOT" OF ^INFANTS' HOSE.-36
Pairs of Infanta' All-wool Cashmere Hose, in
Light Blue and Pink, in three-quarter and
full length, sizes 4*4, 5 and 5>4. Remnant
price, 35c., 3 pairs for $ L
(First flour, first annex, rear.)
"SHORT LKHUTHS."?The larger ths
business in dress goods the larger the quan
tity of Short Lengths. We have about the
largeat uumber for thia Friday ws ever
offered. I tie a difficult matter not to find
something in Dress Goods of a desirable
length for your purpose, be it a Waist,
Jacket, Wrapper, Child's Dress or Coat, etc.
The cream of the offering is about 20 short
Lengths of elegant Imported English Suit
ing Cioths, in attractive Stripes and Checks,
many of the lengths being of the exact quan
tity for an Ulster, Newmarket, Becomier or
any style loug garment
These are among tho moat atyliah fabrics
imported, and are offered at a great deal lass
than their regular prices.
(First floor, second annex.)
GLOVES.-5 Pairs Ladies' 6-Button
Length Gray Barritz Suede Gloves. Sizes 7
and 7Si. Reduced to 75c.
7 Pairs Ladies' 8-Button Length, Mous
quetaire Suede Gloves, in Tan Shades. 8lie
6.V Reduced to SI.
9 Pairs Ladiea 4-Button Real Kid Glove*
is Black,Einbroidered on the back in Black.
Cardinal, Tan, and Heliotrope. Six* 5X.
Reduced to $1.
(First floor.)
ART EMBROIDERY.?7 Fsncy Felt Bu
reau Covers, fancy pinked ends and plain
pinked sides, snitabls to trim with rlbboa.
Reduced to $1.25.
9 Fancy Felt Bureau Covers, pinked all
around, suitable to trim with ribbon. Re
duced to $1.
10 Fancy Felt Bureau Covers, pinked all
around, suitabls to trim with ribbon. Re
duced to 50c.
"Short Lengths in figured and plain China
Silk, suitable for fancy work at low rem
nant prices.
"Short Lengths" of Fancy Cords for trim
ming fancy work, 1 to 3 yards long, at low
remnant prices.
PILLuW SHAMS ?4 pairs Fine Muslin
Pillow Shams, with Hamburg Insertion,
edge all round, beaming and tucks. Reduced
to $2.60.
1 pair Fine Muslin Pillow Shams, with
large tucka and Swiss embroidery all round.
Reduced to $1.50.
1 pair Cambric Pillow Shams, with all-over
embroidery, centers finished with Hai^urg
ruffle and large tucks. Reduced to $3.
4 pairs Muslin Pillow Shams, with tttcked
center, tucked border, muslin ruffle and
trimmed with Hamburg embroidery. Re
duced to $2.
STAMPED LINENS.?1 Stamped Linen
Daihuek Tray Cover, fringed ail round. Re
duced to 50c.
2 Stamped Linen Momie Cloth Tray Cov
ers, friuged all round. Reduced to 25c.
2 Stamped Twilled Linen Carving Cloths,
withdrawn work endaaud fringed all round.
Reduced to 25c.
3 Stamped Linen Damask Tray Covers,
fringed all round. Reduced to 20c.
2 Stamped Linen Momie Cloth End Clotha,
with drawn work and fringed all round.
Reduced to 50c.
7 Stamped Atlas Linen Fruit Clotha, with
drawn work and friuged all rouud. Reduced
to 50c.
(Second floor.)
BOYS' CLOTHING?Before opening an
almost entire new stock of Boys' Clothing
we will close out the following small lots at
reduced prices:
4 Boys' Fancy Striped Cassimere Suits.
Sizes 7, 9, 10 and 11. Reduced to $3.
2 Boys' Fancy Plaid Two Piece Kilt Suits.
Handsomely made, with gilt buttons. Bs
ducsd to $2.50.
100 pairs Boys' Knee Pants in good de
signs. All sizes. Reduced to 05c.
2 Boys' Brown Chinchilla Ovsrooats.
Blxes 13 and 14. Reduced to $7.
6 Boys' Navy Blue Corkscrew Suits, very
neat and dressy. Sixes 4, 5, 8, 11, 12 and
14 years. Beducsd to $0.50.
(Third floor.)
MEN'S GOODS.?27 pieces Men's Heavy
weight Colored Merino Underwear. Shirts,
sizes 40, 42 and 44. Drawers, sices 34, 30,
88, 40 and 42. Reduced to 76c.
10 pain Men's Bibbed, Perfect Fitting,
All-weul. Light Fall-weight Drawers. Sixes
28,32, 34 and 30. Reduced to $1.60.
8 places Men's .Imported Heavy-weight
Merino Underwear of liennan manufacture,
ia Dark Gray and Light Bins. Shirts, alas
88. Drawers, size 34. Beduced to $2.
(First floor.)
INFANTS' GOODS.?2 InfMW Brown
Cloth, First Short Ooalt tuft m"*%tt
Hubbard style. Reduced to $2.
7 Infants' Worsted Toboggan Caps la
Brown, Bloc and Garnet Bsduosd to 50c.
OOB8ETS.?2 pairs Blsak French Oorset*
with aids steels aad bonss fanned with Blue
?ilk. StaeSlia. Beducsdto$2.86.
APRONS AND CAPS. ? S Children's
lipraas, with Gretchen waist,wide Hamburg
Inserting in frontclustsr of tooka on either
Bids, two clnstsrs of tacks ia bask and Bam
bars Edge around aesk aad ?
Sand & Bedooed to 76c.
2 Children'a Apron* with 4
four clusters of tucks la bsck sod front sad
Hamburg Kdgs around nsek. am holes aad
skirt. Bias 4 years. Bedassd to 60s.
2 Children's Aprons, with Habtaard yoke
, *#ttk
I to 60a.
WOODWARD * LOTSBOfr,
oslT ORlltkaMFiha.?
FURS;
SOB MARCH!
rum sals.
ToUnAm ov Ti
prises for two daye-FRIDAY u4 SATURDAY.
On Meoont of th* gnat idtun In Um pries of fin
within the past two WMki and of tha early purchase
of oar stock price* quoted for the next two dan are IB
many cam leas than present WHOLESALE PRICES.
Buy jour Furs now and securs choice foods and low
MUFFS?Bare, MOc. Instead of 60c.; finer, 75c. In
stead of |L25; Goner. 91.25 instead 91.49. Xm. Lynx.
$1.75 instead of 92.25. Opossum, 91-75 instead of
92.25. Raccoon. 92.50 Instead of 93. Bed Fox
94.25 instesdof 95. Lynx, 94.25 Instead of 95, and,
10 per cent discount of of regular prices on all
other MUFFH, STOLES. VICTORIAS, BOAS, CAPBS,
Be., of which we carry a full variety in
HARE, CONEY, IM. SEAL. BED FOX, OBEY FOX.
MONKEY. LYNX. ABTRACEAN, PERSIAN, 4a
10 per oeot off regular prices Tomorrow and Satuf
Our regular prices are far below tegular furrisrs'
prices andaa low aa any for quality; every article made
up in first-class styls and Satin lined.
BUY TOUB FUR8 NOW.
If yon buy of us or not buy now: prices are advano
iag dally.
THE BON MARCH!,
ocl7 818 7TH ST. B.W.
A Couple Of Interesting
CHAPTERS.
CHAPTXBI?FURNISHINGS?A "BUN" IN UNDEB
weab?hosiery.
CHAPTXB II?PROPER HEAD OEAB.
We're ha Tins a 98-cent boom in Underwear. Under
wear that can be matched because they're standard,
reliable grades, but not under a 9Ltf each. There are
five lines?all full, regular made You can vet any
sice you want, and they'll fit That don't mean that
you can wear them, but they'll be all right all over.
(a) White Merino WW?The Shirts are taped edgea,
?ilk finished and ribbed bottom. Do rem appreciate
the advantage of thatf It prevents that "crawling"
that's so objectionable. It's aa good as weights to
keep 'em down. The Drawers are thoroughly finiahed
with taped, reinforced eeama. 98 cent* each.
lb) aimer I Hair?Something superior, too. Finished
the same aa the Merino. Warn and comfortable feel
ing. 98 cent* each.
(c) natural H'oot?A great favorite now for lta medi
cinal properties. We don't know anything sbout how
that may be, but from a tmtible undergarment Hand
point they ought to be popular. 98 cenli each.
U1) Hedicated Scarlet?AU Wool of extra quality. In
most places you pay two prices?one for the under
wear and the other for the curative properties. WE
charge yon only for the underwear?98c. each. You're
welcome to the other benefita.
(O Qtnuine English Fuvrn Merino?Finished upas
are the others with silk; taped and reinforced seams
with tha ribbed bottom shirts. Our prise, 98c. each.
We'rs showing these firs lines in one of our Market
Space windows, but ws'd a good deal rather you'd
come insids to look the* over?get clsss to them,
handle them, weight them.
We're making quite a stir with some Merino Hosiery
ws'vegot at 26o. a pair. They're extra values?in
plain colors of Myrtle, Olive, Fawn and Drab?the
fashionable shades In socks. Big things for a quarter.
we wonder
Is there a straw hat outf If there Is "house it."
Don't work last season's Derby or 8ilk either, gentle
men. Thenewshspes are noticeably different. Our
Derby's from 91.25 to 94.60 snd our three grsdes of
Silks?94.50, 95.50 and 97 hold all the faahionable
blocks and all the qualities that you want anything to
do with Those that are higher are no better?any
thing cheaper is not good for anything. Our Boys'snd
Children's varieties would fill a couple of ordinary
storea?fifty or sixty styles at least to select froos.
8 A X B AND COMPANY.
TIPS ON IMPORTANT SUBJECTS,
PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE AND 7TH STREET.
ocl7
WM He McKnXW.
B33 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
CHILDREN'S COATS AT
POPULAR PBICE8.
CHILDREN'S COATS AT
POPULAR PBICE&
CHILDREN'S COATS AT
POIULAB PRICES.
CHILDREN'S OOATH AT
POPULAB PBICBS.
?
CHILD BEN'S OOATS AT
POPULAR WOES.
CHILD BEN'S OOATB AT
FOKJLAB FBICES.
CHZLDBBN'8 OOATB AT
rorotum PBICBS.
OBLDBXrS OOATS AT
to B.1
Attxbtio*. Spobtsmen.
Great]
M. A. TAFFAS.
aalS-lw* 1013 Pwis^lvania am a.w
AU BXW *??IB FANCY BQ.'
M W. 9AIA BBO. ft 0a
1107 Pa. sva. aalB-1
Special Sam Tomorrow
(Friday, October lit.
During "8psc4al Mm" at the Palais Royal certain
IWlllMM
it Special Sals
, A PC
A L A A 1 SM,
A L AAA I , j
A LUX A A I SViS
oo
: o o
8 8
oo
VAL
i window display* of Cartwrifhl ft Warner-*
famous English Cadtrwctr and the American Hosiery
Oo.'s equally oalebratsd Domestic Undergannenta wtU
tell yon of the special Ml* prices for the best Under
THE PALAIS ROYAL
(Continued below.)
MeN'8 W INTER U NDERWEAR.
(IVpt near door N<v 1118 Fa. are.)
?2 ENGLISH MEDICATED WOOL UNDER
WEAR FOR tl 78. Thees undergarments are the
beat Cashmere Wool, warranted cochir.ral dye. The
sUk fronts to the shirt* aud the reiulorced parts to the
drawers, with the general superior finish, make thie
underwear the beet attainable for $2.
? 1.50 MEDICATED LAMBS' WOOL UKDFR
WEAR FOR tl 38. This Pure iAmbe' Wool Unler -
wear will be preferred by some to the $?- Oaahmere
Wool Garments. stnee. while It is llrbter in weight It
pos*?eaee all tlie medical properties of the more ex
pensive good*.
$2 NEW BRITAIN HOSIERY CO.'S rXDF.R
WEAU FOR il.'.'j. Th ? y srs twins, born in the eame
house, of the earne pereuts. you couldn't Vll one from
the other?The Americsn Hosiery Co.'s and The New
Britain Knitting Co.'s Underwear. Full rerular made
and shaped to the Harare Is It a wonder the Dra?ere
outwear two ( air* of the ordinary kind.
tl SAXONY WOOL UNDERWEAR FOR (ttc.
Tbeae garments are two-thirds wool. Ja?t ? ufftcient
cotton to make them very durable, but not sufficient
to detract from the virtue claimed lor woolen under
garments That you haven't ecea eliewuere so ele
gantly shaped aud finished tl Cuderwaar we kuow.
tl NATURAL WOOL UNDaU Wt?AU FOtt *8o.?
Even st tl apieoa thee* garmeuta sre marvelous val
ue?. Only an Imitation of the high-priced Natural
Wool Uuderwear, but, as you kuow. you of. en have
to pay for name aa well at actual worth. These tl
garmeute have no name tscked on to them, bat thsy
are warranted all wool, and. we are sure you will aay
of very superior shape aud finish.
60r Cashmere Wool Bocka for 25c..?The window
full of samples of these Half Hose will better Inform
yon of the merit of these goods than siUa half column
of writing, bee the window cor. 12th at and Pa. ave
THE FALA 18 ROYAL.
(Continued b?ki? )
Ladies* w INTER Un'DFRWEAR.
(Dept. near door No. 1117 Penna. ave.)
50c. MERINO UNDERWEAR FOR 45c.-Tbeae
Cndergannauta are shown In Heavy and Medium
Weights, In sixes from 20 to 44. Can you g?t as rood
values at the credit stores for 50c? We sak you not
only to note the bilk Binding and Stitcliing but the
slispe of these garments.
50c. RIBBED BAL. VESTS FOR 45C. - Heavy
enough fo'.cold weather and so C uifort'.ng to those
with tender skin. And bow they fit! The Pants
coat yon five cents more, but they cost us seven cents
more than did the Vests.
35c. SWISS RIBBf.D MERINO VESTS FOR 29c
Expect to be disappointed if yon haven't aeen these
Vests. They are winter weight, extra long, soma of
them being 34 Inches long, aud could not be sold regu
larly st 35c. had we not secured 100 doaen of theui at
a speeisl price. Dou't ask for more than three at 28c.
each, because we can't spare them.
HT-Eqnsily surprising price* for Nstural and Medi
cated Wool Underwear for Ladies and Children. For
samples and | ricea aee large center show window.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
(Continued below, i
Corsets 1" or 68c
(Second floor, 1117 Pa. ave.)
Through error of Judgment, through lack of earltal;
through some error or misfortune a manufac turer
fails. It m?ans to ns and yon 100 dozen Lsnd-iusds
Corscta. with the faahionable long waist aud high bust,
at 08c. a pair. Yon may have seen slightly better Cor
sets here at tl. ao perhaps 'tis best to wnte they ars
worth 80c. s pair.
THE PALAIS ROYAL
(Continued below.)
A BOUT YoUB W INTER W RAP.
That the best is cheapest in the end we'll ail admit.
But, the beat are so expensive! In fact, U seem* aa if
the prices were out of proiwrtion. For instance, one
may buy a good.serviceable jacket for to and la a little
surprised to find the price of thosa of a little superior
material and finish exorbitantly high In price.
Why ia It?
Is there proper reaaon for it*
The Palais Royal's reply is that there is not good and
sufficient reason for the extraordinarily high pricea
for the best Wraps, and explains the cause by stating
that, as a rule, theae high-priced garment* are usually
only aold at the stores whose proprietors send in their
bills monthly or quarterly or every aix months.and, of
course, prices have to be affixed; so aa to make allow
ance for the losaea that this credit business cannot be
free from. The cheap Wraps?those you can eaaily
value?may be nearly aa low In price at the credit
atore, but the imported novelties?those not so eaaily
valued?are alwaya much higher in pries than at the
Palais Royal, whoaa caah system enables small profits
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
(Continued below.)
Price List Of Jackets.
Before giving the prices we inform our patrons that
as a Special Sale attraction for October 17,18 and 18
the t5 Beaver Jackets will be offered at t4.68. This
will 1m only until SATURDAY, October IS, at 6 p.m.
Seal Plush Jackets. tl2 to $30.
Jersey Cloth, $4 to tl2.
The "Zouave," 110 to f 10.
Vest Front, tS to 917.
Tailor-made, $5 to tl7.
Loose Front 112 to 110.
Paletot, ?10 to tlO.
Drap de Londre, $10 to 114.
Fleece Lined, tlO to tl2.
THE MATERIALS of these Jacket* are Besver, Seal
Plush. Dug uial. Corkscrew. Broadcloth, Jersey Cloth,
Drap de Londre, &c. The colors?Navy, Qr<?u. Brown.
Tan and Black. Those at the high r price* ars the
very latest Imported Novelties, which usually coat
from tlS to $23. while those at the m"dium aud
lower prices are Domestic, but made up ao hke the
Imported that only the initiated can tali the differ
ence.
Let us briefly illustrate:
$U for English D.agonal Cloth Jackets of the best
quality. Made up Just as are the taiior-made to
order Jackets, which woul 1 cost you at least 118. The
silk brsid binding, the satin lacings, the tailor but
tons, the fit?Ah! There's the rub, the fit. 1 hat they
will fit better than one-half o( the Jackets made to
order is no exaggeration. 1 hat you will be charged
$12 for such Jackets at the credit stores we know.
$11 for the new Zouave Jacket of Imported Diagonal
Cloth in Black. Green and Blue. The monster but
torn-, and large hip pocksia, make theae Jackets easily
distinguished. Isn't til below tit* usual price?
$10 for the new Paletot length) Jackets Th*
materials are imported Beaver aud Diagonal Cloth,
with and without vast fronts. That these Jackets will
eosl you $ 12 else where is bees use that elsewhere they
do a credit business.
But three Illustration* have bean given, bat not for
lack of mora.
THE PALAIS ROTAL
<Cootinned below.)
Price Ljist Seal (jtarments.
You never before ssw Plush Garments so like 1a ap
pearance to Leal Seal. You have never sssa better
fitting and seldom aa good fitting garments.
SHORT JACKETS. ? Zouave, loose trants Vsat
front and t.ght fitting ars the styles. $12. $14. $15,
$10. $18, $20. $22, $23. $25. $28. $30. $32 and
$35 ars the prices. Look st i he $15 Jackets. They
ars satin lined throughout and with six real esal loops
and buttons. Slias 32 to 40.
PALETOTS (? lengthen?That the Paletots will bs
a popular Jacket ths large sslss and tbs Isdies of
fashion who buy them determine. Prices tlft. $10
?1$. $18, $20. $22. $25. $28, $30. $32. $35. 8. see
32 to 42. Ths lowest la ptios la aaOa lined through
0OAT8 (42 Inehsa).?Kspsdslly do ws sak notice of
the fit to the back of these ooate and the draping at
ths skirt. $iaes 34 to 44. Prices $20, $22. $25. $2$, i
$30. $36. $38, $4J, $4* $40.
WRAPS ?Thoas at $20 and upward havs real ss_
Mew $15, $1$, $18. fJO. $22. $35,$2$.
' TH* PALAIS ROIAL.
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Ayrr'e Cuerry Pecwrwll "*
Ayefs Hair \'knTr?
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I Oitirura KmJimt.
Cashmere Hououct n,?
Carter a Lmlel.tter I iW ISe "*W
V i Hiatus* Lit11.- Um ltHe. the beat
Cartin.k'a Soluble K,.*t ?,e,i
< an.rick ? Soluble Fowl lanre
California (wsra ??.....
Ib'i Cn?n Halm
tlferveacimr Bronio ? all-in
irllow'a s in,. Hvi<oi.iioephiies
? jj lIRags* Coin Mrui lljiopho-ihites^
Hood's Sanwianlla 'H.
liorplord'h Acid rtif%|tbjit(a,
Hontord a Acid pl.oariiaioa. larvatit*
{loft's Malt (Tarrant's)
, W* M.u ticiaiM..".)
Humphrey a siaa-ilwa. N,?. i to 14 I|
Hunvadi Mtifr. per H. t.l# j?4
Mutton* Cor* s?|%#. iv., 3 fm9..1111'111 31
Iron htMioar ftotu* fto
M< Uju ? 1 oud, l>rr oil e. .. ,n
XeaUr's M.lk Fo.<l 3ft
1 ear a Noai>, i?r ? aif t ?>
Iond's lit ract, psrottie xi
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1 icrcw's Oolden Had. Dftfutfrj...'...!.' <w
lirrce a Mv. nl? l*i*a r.i uoa 3
hi'Ma Puryative Pellets V"
Scheuck a pfW ,?r box { J
8. ft. ft., an.ail atie . ..:... ?*
ft. ft ft.. laiire atxe. . . i V*
Sautor^'a Cata.rh Con H
ftcott's k-Uiulalou Cud 1,1 (vrOil """" (j -
larraiit'a Scltt.r Ai<erieut ..". , " ??
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J eacline, I ure. larra ai?? M
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Varurr'a Hal. l-llia,i?r ..
JJaruw'B KiUiifjmJ Livei jk
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U i Uaius' bwi Iron ?lU w lue Vli wh
klidtlif btmt "rmmu
JV111**'? Cod Liver lhi iLVi Uim111"'.'. 5
WllAlMM* i'Ii.?}.hatic Luiu1hu?b. thm
in I'iut bottle 70
^mcrol A-iiuiioiam, i-uii Mrt-iurtk.. *** 1a
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1.. ' Vu,u ,,*,r Knur r>u
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lr^vr-rtl tf?2 *l!*ooth Hid *u l
tTl'fT kdy ahould uaa it Kc
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ra.ma. U?adarlir at.,1 lo.>tliar)i- It k?n laiia tu k-n?
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J <tor?i 1 -rnfn Capaatca
1 iluccu ?Jirrau! t aiwnla*. i?r
ltn J-*r?iij t a|wi:f?
1 <k>?>u ..-rrmu Capsule, ..' *Va
lit'..-trrwu <'apaUK-a .. ?{??
1 d..r.-n .". ,fram ( '?i?.n|ea.'. , ^
ltlU .i-trr.-tiu t^paulpa iX?
ltM) irnuux Vultitur. Fuwf'ra ft " tirti??
flokt. uiL'il'/i 'U ?'i***-? UK '? tMl'iifc ' DKliU
tl?iliL. uutlcr Maaouiv i>ui|>lc. >x>rii<>r WUi and 1 al?
*" '*?" * -ft HjLlAAts ft CO, Fruptaloa
wNoorS Cn-RAT* Si
AT 421 11TH 8T. II W.
Pr?c?a the rnla. Examine otir Ooodj befot?
purchaaluv Fix a hrra.
C"* W Trimminira. Terr (aahionabla for millinery,
60c. per yard; ?orth $1.24.
OUt and Fancy Effacte In Lacaa. 33c. par yaid; worth
6oc.
Colored Shaded Oatrlch Tlpa, 3 In a bunch. 24c.,
worth 50c. to 76c each.
Beadad rapea. rUlt? aha|<ea. 92.90; worth 94.40.
Otliera mora elaburata. 90, worth 9ft.60.
Colored # ina-a. 4c. each. worth 10c. to 20a.
WUlno and Netaat half the regular prtoM.
W ? wl ah alio ur stock cleared out. TtUa acccanta far
th* low prlc?a quoted.
Cut tUa oat and brio* it with yon for rwfaraaa*.
HOOr9,
421 11th al %.w?
oc14-3m Above Pennayl raaia awa.
ITL*.
No Flaw Is The^T
^LL..,?OKI P?" AT Mv sruDio i* toe be?t
THAI ABTlftTIC 1 ALE XT CAK PRODUCE.
Xhoaa who ahall aee fit to a*or me with thalr Unlna
will And ihit Uiert* u
"K0 FLAW IK THE TITLE."
fsee-UAND CRAVOK PORTBA1T*
910.00 TO 976.00.
*aakly or Monthly Payments if ?*- 'i?9
H. B . ft KITH,
Corner 00i at. and Mass. ait n.w.
Open trntll Wp m. oe?-2w*
pBEViors To Ocb Grand
FALL OPENINO ?EXT WEE*
WE ABE MAE1NG OKEAT BEDCCTI0NE
Handsome Uomie Cloth 8CARFS, 64 lnchea lon?
35c. TiuU<l Satin Hheotinr TABLE OOVAR8, 91.'
Tinted Satin fthectinit SOFA Cl'ftUIONS. 26?. liand
aoma llauiaak TBAY COLoRs, reda?d from 26 to
1Uc Haudaome Uauiaak TKAV COVERS, reduced
from 46 to 3l*c. 24 inch Momie Cloth 8QI" ABEft, r?
duced frum 48 to 38c. Bolton sHKtTINd COVERS,
8taui|i?d. reduced to 38c. Hemstitched TRAT COV
ERS. reduced from 43 to .16c Hemstitched ftCARl R,
reduced lrom 91 to 8?c. New Shades in 24-lncU
FLUSH at ft],40 a yard. Thuae reductions for tha
next Three bays Only. New ahadas In BOLTON
ftHtETINO. Batrarri.n 1111M4L and TAssKLS In all
aliaiWs. Tna Newest Materlaia constantly received
&ud all work Commenced Free, at
orPENHEIMFK'S,
Btampln* done while yon wait ?"W'
Haw Daaiynafor Bowan Einbroidery. oc16-ao
hATCRDA V. OCT 12, lfttttt.
elphonzo TOUNOS CO MP AN X.
488 NINTH 8TBEZT.
Offer as a delightful breakfast dish ImportaA
Erppered Herrinr, Imi-urted Fresh Hernn*.
Imported Kosaian Caviar Mackeral la Tomato
bawst. Extra Choice No. 1 Mackeral. latest calcfc,
Also New Buckwheat and Maw Orlsana Mo
Also Refined Cora Meal for MaAna. and
choice Creamery Butter.
And we are etui "boom in*" tha Flow buM
MM,
ELPHONZO TOUNOS OOMPANT,
42ft MNTH STREET.
P.8.?Don't fonrat our Superior Potato Chipa Pnaa
reduced. w t n
oc 12
The ItioHT Place Fob Evebtokb
In addition to the Unrest line of 9-V60.99.60.97 60
and 910 suite and overcoats in the city. Wk.TL'9
aleo keep the beet assortment of swry >os rooda. They
have a nia^uiikcrnt line of the very anewt ft alia, auch
aa fliK Granite Prince A bert Suite. Sue fine Cork
acicw Prince Albert ftuila, plain and aaua liaeA Full
Dreaa (bwaliow-taUed Coat; suits.
A mavniAcest line at Ass Cfteviot, Worsted and Qh
ataieie back and Cutaway ftuita and Coata and Veau
The beat makaa la Chinchilla Ovarcwata. with aiLher
Italian or Saun Linuwa. Cape Overcoats, is black au9
faacy patterns, and a apiaaidid line la Keraeya, Itaavar
and Csasnneie Overcoats and fttona Coats.
I line at uM Pants, fraan 9L40 ftp.
311 SEVENTH 9T.
tJOHNSOX, GaBNEB & Co.
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tars
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CLOTH ft at 40a.
All-wool BLi
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