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. LOCAL MENTION.
The Weather.
forecast till kioht lm. Saturday.
For the District of Columbia. Delaware,
Maryland. Virginia. Went Virginia and North
Carolina, fair till Sunday: cooler, except ata
toonary temperature on the coast; variable
vittda.
H.xjiikt is Medium and Heavt Weights.?
We claim to show the finest line of medium
weight hosiery in town. Our heavy weight
wooien hone at 25c..35c. and 50c. are well worth
an inspection. Franc. One I*rice, 7th and D.
Attend the Abction Hal* of jewelry at J.
Karr's and secure wme of the great bargain*
in watched, clock*, bronzes. Ac.
Visit the Empire Carpet Cleaning Works,
Nos. 631-635 Massachusetts are. n.w. Tele
phone 787-2.
Look at This.?The Great Atlantic and
Pacific Tea Co.. 501 and 503 7th st, cor. 7th and
? at*, n.w. Best granulated sugar. 7X cents.
Pal'si and Tame.
The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea company,
(01 and 503 7th street, corner 7th and E n.w.,
1&20 14th street. 3104 M street, Georgetown.
Best granulated sugar. 7kfc.
Our 30c. Java and Mocha coffee can't bo
beat.
Checks given with every 25c. worth of tea,
coffee, baking powder and condensed milk.
N. H. Buwxax, manager.
Foi Toaouuw?Round Steak, 10c. lb.; roast
beef, lOr. lb.; prime rib roast, 12-^c.; sirloin
?teak. 12.%c.; porter house, 15 and 18c.; lamb,
10 to 15c. per lb.
Jobs N. Hoover.
Stalls No. 134-136, cor. 7th and B.
Center Market
The Auction Sale at J. Karr's is attracting
rreat attention. Three sAles daily?10:30 a.ra.,
30 and 7:30 p.m.
What You Need Now*
Is a light-weight overcoat. Why not get one
Of those that we are selling at #10? They are
ffrst-class in every detail.
Eisexan Bros., 7th and E,
Manufacturing Clothiers and Tailors.
Br tore Yor But your carpets and furniture
see W. H. Uoeke's stock ana get his prices.
W. S. Fisher, florist. 1425 Pa. ave. n. w.
Washington Dressed Beef, go to Jno. R.
Kn.i.i, 0 outer market, 9th st. wing, tomorrow.
Look No Further.
We're got the suits for #10 that will please
you in quality, fit and finish, and all other
grades correspondingly low.
Eikexan Bros., 7th and E,
Manufacturing Clothiers and Tailor*.
J as. F. Oyster,
Successor to
Geo. M. Oyster A Co.,
Dealer is Fine Butter,
cor. of Pa. ave. and 9th st n.w.
B it Wing, near 9th st., Center Market
Coalink Headache Powders are for sale by
druggists. They are made at Buffalo.
6c "Hoi" Cioar! Havana! Delicious' Fragrant!
But Your Coal. Coke and Wood from John
son Brothers, the leading firm in the Dis
trict
There is No Time Like the Present
to get a child's suit for ?2 or an overcoat for
(X50.
Eisexan Bros., 7th and E.
Child's Department, second door.
CITY AND DISTRICT.
AMUSEMENTS TONIGHT.
Alrauohs.?'"Mankind."
Buoc.?"Cape Mail" and "A Lesson in Lore.
Kernan's.?Ida Siddons.
Globe.?Variety.
CONDENSED LOCALS.
The certificate of the election of Abraham
Bl.ickmore, George White and Joseph Hurt,
trustees of Jezreel Baptist church, has
been filed.
Yesterday John '1'. Dodson, aged about
twenty-five years, and Emma F. Tucker, aged
seventeen, came in from iknnings, and at the
residence of T. H. Brooke. 230 2d street north
west, were married by Bev. E. D. Bailey.
A meeting of representatives from the sev
eral local councils of the Boyal Arcanum was
held last evening to arrange preliminaries for
a proposed public entertainment and rscep
tiou. at which Beveral leading officer* of the
supreme council from Boston and other cities
are expected to be present
Charles Smith, alias Yates, was arraigned in
the Criminal Court today for house breaking
and plead not guilty. His surety, Jos. D. Jones,
brought him in and he was committed.
Order of the Iron Hall.
Branch No. 874. of this organization, held
its regular semi-monthly meeting last evening
at Le Droit building. Several candidates were j
duly initiated and others proposed. This branch
has just passed its first anniversary and reports
itself in a very thriving condition, desirable
additions both as to number and character
bung made at each regular meeting. The
order, with headquarters at Indianapolis. Ind., !
has had an existence of nine years?with a
present membership of over 60.000. It is a
fraternal and beneficiary organization, paying
to its members, according to class, a stated sum
per week in case of sickness or disability or at
the end of seven years, when all claims mature,
? sum less the amount received for sick
benefits. I
?
The EcKlngtou Electric Railroad.
At a meeting yesterday afternoon of the Eck
Ington and Soldiers' Home railway company
directors were elected as follows: A. T. Brittou,
C. C. Duncanson. E. Kurtz Johnson, Joseph
Paul, John Ridout, L. M. Saunders, Thomas
8otnerville, George Truesdell and B. H. War
ner. A statement of the operations of the road
shows that during its first year the receipts
were #3.343 in excess of the operating expen
ses, a result regarded as phenomenal and un
paralleled in the history of railroading in this
city. Since the road has been built 503,*60
passengers have been carried over it The
average daily number of passengers was 1,505,
and the receipts were about ?68.45 per day.
A Wife's Bill for Divorce.
Liza E. McElroy, by Mr. C. Carrington, has
lied a bill for a divorce from Daniel McElroy.
They were married in Baltimore November 3,
1968, and she charges that defendant has be
come an habitual drunkard, fails to support her
and has cruelly treated her. and that on Sep
tember 2H, when endeavoring to persuade him
to go with her, he struck her, drugged her
through the yard and threw her out of the back
gate.
A Lost Colored Girl. I
The police were called on last night to find
Allie Jeffers, a colored girl of eighteen years,
who had left her service place, No. 35 L street
northwest She came here on Tuesday of last
week, and after spending some days with rela
tives at 1605 Q street went yesterday to a
service place st No. 35 L street northwest but
leaving there did not return.
Base Ball Tomorrow.
Tomorrow afternoon st Capitol park the
Rational* are to play a picked team consisting
of the professionals residing in the city, the
strongest possible team that can be got together.
^ inkleman. the young left-hand twirler, will
pitch for the picked team, with Tim Kinslow,
the heavy hitting ditcher of the London team,
to catch. Ferson and Haddock will alternate
for the regular team, with Connie Mack or Tom
Daly to do backstop work.
for a Sewing Circle.
A large audience crowded Odd Fellows' hall.
Havy Yard, last evening at an entertainment
given for the benefit of St. Peter s sewing circle.
The program consisted of tableaux, music and
(ecitMtious under the able management of Mis*
BI*iue, niece of the Secretary of State, a
young lady of fifteen. Mim May's corp. of ^s
sistants were her three sisters and her friends
Mism-s trench. Dawson and Wright The reci
tation. of Misses Beckwith and Townsend. and
the muMc.il number* rendered by Misses
Ritchie, Nolan. Glaaaan, Messrs. Olds, Kellar
Collins. Summons, McFarlaad and Lapham
were received with much favor.
Died In St. Louis From an Accident.
George Chapman, son of James J. Chapman,
stationer on Pennsylvania avenne, died Tues
day in St Luke's hospital in St Louis of blood
poisciit ^resulting from injuries received by a
fait W ough trestle work while alighting from
a ?Lr"e* car, and his remains were taken direct
to New York for interment He was about
thirty years old and was a great favorite here
while in business with his father up to three
years ago. His father was with him when he
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Ideal Matruu at Wlllard hall tonight *
building inspector kntwislk.
He la Critically 111 with Congestion of
tlie Stomach.
Mr. Entwiale. building inspector, ?u carried
home yesterday from bis office to bia borne in
Georgetown with congestion of the stomach.
He wu very low laat nigbt and waa not mnch
better tbia morning. He received the last
rites of the Catholic church yesterday after
noon.
A Big Torchlight Procession.
The division marahala at a meeting laat r\ight
at Cardinal Oibbon'a residence in Balti
more arranged the detaila of the torch
light proceaaion of November 12, on the
occaaion of the Catholic centennial. Esti
matea from the different marshals showed
that 30,000 men will be in line. Abont 1,000
men. beaded by the marine band, will be there
from Washington. The fifth regiment band
will head the Young Catholic's friend society,
while the naval academy band of Annapolia
will march at the head of the Catholic benevo
lent legion, and the Catholic protectory band
of 60 pieces, from Manbattanville, N.Y., will
come at the head of 1,000 graduates and stu
dents of the Christian Brothers' colleges, acad
emies and schools in Baltimore and other cities.
Transfers of Real Estate.
Deeds in fee have been filed aa follows: A.
Wylie to John Lee, lota 1 and 2, blk. 3, Trini
dad; $2,200. Same to W. E. Lee, lots 28 and
29, do., do.; $2,200. P. Roee to C. Kramer, pt.
8, Metropolis View; f? Same to A. Carry, pt.
8, do., do.; $?. James Dripps to Evelina F.
McOrundy, lot 70. sq. 191; *3.500. W. Z. Partello
to Maria F. Seitz. sub 71, sq. 546; *3,000. F.
Mundav to T. B. 51. Mason, pt. subs 1, 34 and
35, sq. 99; $3,902. Same to Cassie Mason My
ers James, pta. 34 and 35. do.; $2,927.50. Jo
seph Flanagan to Mnry J. English, pt. 10, sq.
293; $2,800. T. E. Waggaman. trustee, to L.
Dorr, pts. 10 and 11, sq. 516; $?. M. Barn
hardt to Wm. Kehl. pt. 1, sq. 807; $1,150. W.
O. Denison et al., trustees, to W. H. Walker,
lot 20, blk. 5, South Brookland; $607.50. E. A.
Hills to E. F. Davis, sub 127, sq. 363; $1,912.
D. O. Swaim to J. P. Jackson, lots 2 and 4, blk.
3, T. A B.'s sub, Mt. Pleasant; $3,500. J. T.
Cull to Helen M. Milligan, pt. 6. sq. 906; .
James S. Edwards ?t al., trustees, to Andrew
Frej, n. W 8, lot 9 and pt. 10, sq. 1; *1,504.62.
Annie E. Griffith to Henry C. Bernhardt, sub
81, sq. 621; $3,955. James M. Johnston to John
W. 8chaefer, pt. 18, sq. 453; $3,980. Mary F.
Dayton et al. to J. W. Schaefer, do.; $430.
To Fight Under Queensbnry Rules.
Jimmey Keenan of Baltimore has signed ar
ticles with Robert L. Flynn of this city for a
finish fight. The mill is to occur within fifty
miles of Washington in one month, for a purse
of $200, of which the winner is to receive two
thirds. Each man will post $250 as a stake.
Forfeit money amounting to $50 has been posted
and the balance will be put up on November 5.
The men are to fight at catch weights with
four-ounce gloves, under Queensbury rules.
George Richard Graham's Will.
The will of the late George Bichard Graham
was filed yosterday. To his aunt, Elizabeth L.
Watson, ho leaves his books and pictures and
the rest of his property to his nephew, Bichard
G. Davenport, with the provision that his sis
ter. Jennie B. Davenport, have the use of cer
tain real estate. Ac., and that at her death it be
divided between his three nephews, R G . T
C. and G. G. Davenport.
?m
Policeman Riley Justified.
Policeman Joseph Riley of the ninth pre
cinct station is now fully convinced that his
ideas of police duty were right when he car
ried a drunken man home instead of taking
him to tho station house. The officer waa on
duty when an intoxicated man came along. He
only lived a square or two from where the offi
cer saw him. He was not disorderly, though
very drunk, and the officer escorted him home
and turned him over to his wife. Sergeant
Burgess heard of Riley's action and caused his
appearance before th6 police trial board, when
the question of a policeman's duty was fully
discussed and the verdict waa rendered that
the officer did exactly right.
Defending Himself Against the Dog.
This morning in the Police Court a colored
man named Frank Smith, who is employed at
the Columbia car stables, was charged by Police
man Slack with cruelty to animals. It was al
leged that a valuable shepherd dog belonging
to W. P. Burch, at the race course, went into
the car stable yesterday, and that the defend
ant broke the animal's back with a peck
measure which he threw at it. Lawyer Bacon,
for the defense, called witnesses to show that
the dog growled at Smith and he ordered the
animal out The dog did not move, and Smith
fearing be would be bitten usod the peck
measure in self defense. Judge Miller did not
think that a man was obliged to stand still
and let a dog bite him. and acquitted the old
man of the charge. When the judge dismissed
the case the policeman made the remark:
"The black son-of-a-gun, I'll take the law in
my own hands the next time." The judge's
attention was attracted to some one at the
time, and he probably did not hear the re
mark.
Real Estate Matters.
A. 8. Brown, trustee, has bought for $6,500
of W. Harper part 11, block 41, College grounds
40 by 150 feet on Binney street.
George W. Cochran has bought through J.
T. Dyer for Julius Lansburgh all of square 980
between L, M. and 11th and 12th streets north
east for 28 cents per foot.
Will Meet In Washington Next Year.
The Boys and Girls employment association
continued its session at the First Baptist church
yesterday. It was decided to make Washing
ton the place for next year's meeting. Com
missioner Douglas, Mrs. J. Brooke, L. 8.
Emery and President Hogeland, being a com
mittee appointed for that purpose called on the
President and were pleasantly received. Reso
lutions of condolence were passed on the death
of Mrs. C. 8. Dinamore, a member of the na
tional board.
The session of the association will close this
evening with a laree mass meeting at tho
church, when a number of newsboys are ex
pected to be present.
Help a Good Cache and enjoy yourself by at
tending tho clerks' concert at "Willard's hall
tonight. ?
Dos't Foboet the auction sale at J. Kami's.
A great many beautiful goods are being sold
daily. ? ?
Hctchixs, BrLKLEY A Co. are loaning money
$3,500 and up at 5 per cent. 1405 F at. ?
Lucy Mack of Highland, N.Y., temporarilv
demented, jumped from a train near (.'atskill
vesterday, while going thirty-five miles an
hour, and received slight injuries.
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the ordinary kind*, and cannot be sold In competition
with tb? multitude of low-teat, abort weight alum or
pliuephate powder. txAd only m oant. Rokai. Bausa
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BaRBER'8. BaEER'S, QrOCEB'S
And waabarwumau', llcb. and .very .pert*, of Itching,
burning, bleeding, scaly and pimply dlaeaaea of the
skin, scalp and blood, wltti kaa of hair, are lnatanUy
relieved. and speedily. peratoaatly and ? '--"r
enwd by the CUTICORA REMEDIES, when all other
methods and the bast phystdana fc" These are straw
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GKOROKTOWK.
A Dull Cokpb or twk K.T.?Junior Warden
W. B. Eutou of Potomac commandery No. 8,
K.T., in a conversation with a 8ta* reporter to
day, atAted that effort* are being made within
the commander? to organise a drill corpi and to
perfect the same in order to attend the eon
clave at Denver in 1891
Latino thi New Mane.?At least twenty eeo
tione of the 48-inch water mains have been
placed in position on the Condnit road. There
is a section of a water main at the corner of
32d and M streets which is decidedly objec
tionable, being in the way of vehicles and
pedestrians.
Pbopmtt Sold at Auction.?Thos. Dowling,
auctioneer, sold yesterday at pnblic sale the
two-story and basement brick house 3411 Q
street with the adjoining lot, having a front
age in all of abont 66>? feet, to Win. Woodey
for $3,450.
Notes.?Mrs. Hartley of 1407 31st street, re
ports the loss of a handsome blue porcelain
flower pot, valued at 910, which was stolen on
Monday night from her front porch. Wm.
Ferguson denies that he was chased to his bed
room a night or two ago by Charles Stewart.
TllfPERATURI AMD CONDITION OP WaTKB AT 7
A.M.?Great Falls?temperature. 52;condition,
30. Beceiviuf; reservoir?temperature, 57; con
dition at north connection. 36; condition at
south connection. 36. Distributing reservoir?
temperature, 56; condition at influent gate
house, 36: condition at effluent gate house, 86.
Malaria
la believed to be caused by poisonous miasms Art tin*
from low, marshy land or from decaying veiretable
matter. And which, breathed into the lungs. enter And
poison the blood. If a heAlthy condition of the blood
is mAintAined by tsklng Hood's Sarsaparills one is
much less liable to malariA, And Hood's Saraaparilla
boa cured mAny severe cAses of this distressing Affec
tion.
N.R.?If you decide to take Hood'* Saraaparilla do
not be induced to buy any other.
HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA
Sold by all druggists. #1; six for <5. Prepared only
by C. L HOOD It CO., Apothecaries, Lowell. Mass.
100 DOSES OKE DOLLAR. 1 -
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Satnrday, of conrse, you have a good chAnce to bring
in the children; we know that, as Saturday Is Always
a busy day In our Children's Department, and to make
it more interesting for tomorrow, SATURDAY, we
will allow a discount of
10 PER CENT
on all Children's Cloaks or Jackets. That means 89
for a $10 garment, Jkc.
Now let us SAy a few words in reference to the el ass
of gArments we CArry. We guarantee every garment to
be made of first quality material made up in Brut-class
style And only the best of trimmings used Fit guaran
teed. No chArge for AlterAtions. We hAve more stylish
goods this season than ever before And At moderate
prices, considering quAllty And style. Come In and
look at them. Don't feel as though you need to buy.
Let us remind you agsin. If you need Furs for the
coming winter buy them now And secure Choice Furs
And lower prices. Tomorrow last day 10 per cent dis
count on all Furs, besides specisl prices on certain lots
We forgot to mention in lAst nignt's Star the lot of
IM. MONKEY MUFFS At $1.26, worth *2.48. Look
at them. Remember, tomorrow
10 PER CENT
discount on
FURS
and
CHILDREN'S CLOAKS.
THE BON MARCHE,
OC18 318 7TH ST. N.W.
Wm. He McK-NEW.
033 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
CHILDREN'S COATS AT
POPULAR PRICES.
CHILDREN'S COATS AT
POPULAR PRICES
CHILDREN'S COATS AT
POPULAR PRICES.
CHILDREN'S COATS AT
POPULAR PRICE8.
CHILDREN'S COATS AT
POPULAR PRICES.
CHILDREN'S COATS AT
POPULAR PRICES.
CHILDREN'S COATS AT
POPULAR PRICES.
CHILDREN'S COATS AT
POPULAR PRICES.
WM. H. McKNEW,
(Successor to S.H. Taylor).
oclO S33 Penn. ave.
Heavy Gtros Gtkain Black
BILES, SPECIAL CASH bargains 75c., 87Hc? $1.
$1.25.$1.5(L
DOUBLE WHITE WOOL BLANKETS, $1.50.
ELEUANT DitESS OOODS: Cashmere Plaids and
Cashmere Niriits, all pure, fine, French wool and extra
wide, double width, CASH bargain 58c.
HANDSOME FKLM'H SATEEN COMFORTS, in
large, elegant styles, immense size. $2.50.
KoYAL 1'BhNCH skltUK, in all colors, all pure,
fine wool, wide double width, CASH bargain 3<)ec.,
Ileal value "iOc.
EXCELLENT QUALITY BLACK SILKS. 75c.
VALUABLE PRESENTS for Cash Customers.
Select one of the iollowing presents with A purchase
of $5: A pair of LArge-size Darn auk Towels, worth 75
cu. i a Hail-dosen Fine Damask Napkins, worth 75c.;
a Pair of bilk Embroidered Corsets, < 5c.
CARTERS Cash Store,
711 MARKET SPACE.
NO CREDIT, but the very lowest prices for cash.
HEAVY WHITE WOOL BLANKETS, immense slie,
special CASH barguin *5.
FRUIT OF THE LOOM Cotton, yard wide. SXc.
LADIES' UKOADCLOTU, pure wool, one yard and a
hall wide, 87He.
HANDSOME CLOTH PLAIDS, one yard and a half
wide, pure wool, special CASH bargain. 50c.
1X1 KA HEAVY BED CoMFOKTS, 75c? 87c.. $1.
HANDSOME LROCADE SILKS, 87c., $1, $1.25.
DOUBLE WHITE WOOL BLANKETS, $2. $2.50,
$3.$3.7f>,$4.50.
VALUABLE PRESENTS for Cash Customers.
Select one of the Iollowing presents with a purchase
cl 410 or more. A Large-size Haudboiue Bridal
Wuiit, worth $1.50: a Dozen line Damask Napkins,
worth $1.50, or tw o Pairs of Large-size Fine Dauiask
Towels, worth $1.50. oc!7
Philadelphia Stork.
FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS.-Ws have Just
received Another lot of the 52-inch Cloths
at 50c. A bargain. Extra qualities at 70c.
?1. $1.25.
We are snowing Great Bargains in Black
Silks, at 75c? $1. $1.25 and $1.50, they
' cannot be matched.
A Full Line of Velvets and Plashes.
WRAPPER FLAN N ELS. -Choice styles st 37*0.
The Best French st tt'-'Mc.
Plaids And Persian Stripes sad Fancy Silks
for trimming.
KID GLOVES.?We are Headquarters for Foster's
Celebrated Make of Kid Gloves, every pair
warranted. Prices, $1, $1.35. $1.75 pair.
Ths bsst Glove for the money ever sold.
Pig Skin Mousqustalre at 76c. Mote the
price.
FALL AND WINTER UNDERWEAR.-Ladies' Ribbed
Vests, in Red and White, High Heck and
Long Sleeve, at 25c.
Better Grades. 50c., 7*e., $1, $1.36.
Men's at 60c., 75c., $1. $1.26, $L50, $8.
Children's Plain sad Ribbed. |
Hosiery end Gloves te Outtoa, Cashmere
aadwik.
CARHART * LHDY,
eelS KM7thst. sad 704Est. a-w.
CITY ITEMS.
Special Offerings at the Oriole, 822 7th
end 1622 14th street, for Saturday and Monday.
8triPe ?nd Cheek Jackets, in Gray
and Brown shade., at ?1.49; our $3.49 Ladies'
, ,M' 8tnp? Jackets, tailor made, new style
ft. 49 All-wool Diagonal
Jackets, in Black Astrachan, trimmed. at?3.79;
our #6.49 All-wool Black Bearer Jackets, braid
bound and satin faced, #6.89; our #6.49 Ladies*
Striped Newmarkets, bell sleeve, cape and
?birred back, in all the leading shades of
?nd Qr?y, at #4.48; our #6.49 Ladies'
striped Newmarkets, shonlder cape and plaited
beck, in all colors, at #5.48; our $1X49 Ladies'
Ail-wool Broad-stripe Newmarkets, angel
sleeve and shirred back, at 910.49; our 39c.
Heavy Bibbed Vest at 25cChUdren's
^ ' 19 and 21c., according to
sue: Children's Vests or Drawers, in better
goods, at 19, 23, 25c. and upward; Children's
*??i . or Drawers, 25. 31.39 and 49c.;
Children s Rod Wool Tests or Drawers, 35, 39,
45, ?0c. and upward; Ladies Bed Wool Under
shirts or Drawers, 98c.; our $1.69 Ladies' Medi
cated Bed Vests or Drawers, #1.39; Bemnants
? f:?,Va-he?vyHheeting. 21c; our 69c. 4-button
Kid Olores at 59c; our 98c. 4-button Gloves, in
Tan or dark shades, at 69c.
Men's Furnishings.
Heavy Canton Flannel Drawers for Men or
Boys, 25c., much heavier at 9?c.; our Tailor
made Canton Flannel Drawers, none better,
50c.; Heavy Knit Undershirts or Drawers in
White or Camel's Hair. 50c.; our 50c. flrav Un
dershirts or Drawers. 39c.; f 1 Red Wool Medi
cated Undershirts or Drawers. 89c. It
. ? . Fashion's Latest Fads
in Neckwear; an almost endless variety. Glance
at our window display of 50c. Ties.
" Fbanc, One Price, cor 7th and D.
\ our Lust Chance.
If yon have not been to our store this wee
to purchase a pair of Shoes during this, our
Special Sale, you should not neglect coming to
morrow, as tomorrow is positively the last day
you can secure
Ladies^ $4 Hand-sewed Kangaroo Button at..$3
Ladies $3.50 Hand-sewed Dull Dongola But
ton 2 50
Ladies' #2.75 French Dongola Button L95
Ladies #2.25 Pebble and Soft Kid Button 1.50
Ladies #2.25 Patent Leather Tipped But
ton f ......1.50
Ladies' #2.50 Fine Dongola Spring Heels.. .1.90
Ladies #1.75 Genuine Dongola Kid Button. 1 25
Muses' #1.25 Kid and Pebble Button 95c.
Boys' #1.40 Veal Calf Button (sizes 3 to 5). .1.00
Youths'#!.25 Veal Calf Button (sizes 11 to2).95c.
Child s 65c. Kid Spring Heels 40c.
Men's #2.50 Genuine Calf Boots 1 75
Men's #2.50 Sewed Calf Boots....... .'.'.*.'1.75
Men's #6 Genuine Hand-stitched Boots. 4 50
Men's #4 Hand-sewed Calf Shoes " !&00
Men's #3 Neat Calf Dress Shoes 2.00
Men s $2.75 Police Scotch Bottom 8hoes... .2.00
Men s $1.75 Seamless Neat Shoes .. 1 25
Men's #2.50 Full Stock Kip Boots .'...* !.*L75
The Standaiiu Shoe House,
" 824 7th st n.w.
Guns for sale and Hire, Wax,ford, Pa. av A F
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Great Slaughter In Sugars.
A Chance fob All.
Yon can save from 20 to 30 per cent by buy
ing your Teas, Coffees, Sugars, Baking Powder,
Condensed Milk, Ac., from
The Great Atlantic axd Pacific Tea Co.,
501 and 503 7th st., 1620 14th st. n.w.,
3104 M st.. Georgetown. D. C.
225 stores iu the United States.
Beware of Mushroom Concerns and Imitators
Granulated, 7Wo.
Standard A, 7c.
Extra C, 6>{c.
Block Sugar, 9c.
Powdered, 9o.
Our 30c. Java and Mocha Coffee can't be
beat.
Checks given with every 25c. worth of Tea,
Coffee, Baking Powder and Condensed Milk.
ocl8-f&s3w N. H. Bowman, Manager.
The Following Creat Bargains will be
sold tomorrow only at 8. W. Augenstein's, 817
819 and 8217th st. n.w.: Decorated Chamber
S8 i^r0^0"' $l*89:Oblong Wash Boilers, 48c.;
Coal Hod, SliOTel, Poker and Lifter. 2yc. ? W
doz. Cups and Saucers, % doz. Plates. 1 Bowl,
2 Dishes and 1 Basket, 95c.; Large Chopping
Bowl and Knife, 29c.; Carving Knife and Fork,
ii7c.; y, doz. Goblets. 19c.; French China Dec
orated Tea Sets, 56 pieces, *5.98, worth #11
24 Sheets Shelf Paper, 3c.; Decorated Dinner
and Tea Sets combined, 130 pieces, #11.89
karge Waiters, 5c.; Parlor Lamps
with Bed Globes, 98c., worth $2; 4 Pie Plates.
10c.; Stand Lamps complete. 22c.; Hand Lamps
complete, 16c ; U doz. WineGlasses, 15c.; Stove
Brush aud Polish. 9c.; #1 Smyrna Bugs reduced
to 52c.; our $4 Bugs reduced to #2.26; our #5
?n2 rrduced *? *2-48, and our $6 Bugs reduced
to $2.98. it*
House Keepers, Attention! Read! Read!
We can save you money.
We sell best of all kinds of Groceries.
We sell the finest and freshest Coffees.
We sell Mocha and Java Coffee 30c.
We sell full Cream Cheese 15c. lb.
We sell best Hams. Breakfast Bacon, and Lard.
\V o sell Price's Baking Powder and guarantee it.
We will give you a useful Cook Book.
We sell "Suu-Bise Chop" Tea 50c. lb.
We guarantee it best 50c. Tea m the world.
n e sell the finest Creamery Butter.
We sell fine Sweet Potatoes.
We sell Duffy's Malt Whiskv 80c. bottle.
w e sell Fresh Boston Crackers 10c. lb.
We sell the best 10c. Cake of Toilet Soap.
We sell very flue Sherry Wine 50c. pint.
Do not forget, Sugars at cost, away down.
We sell Irish Potatoes Hoc. bu?heL
We sell English Breakfast Toa.
We sell Speer's Pure Port Wine 85c. bottle.
"? "ell best 40c. Tea in the citv.
We sell old Bye Whisky 75c. quart.
We Bell Sugar away down in price.
We sell Putent Process Flour $1.75 V barrel.
We sell pure Cider Vinegar 35c.; 3 gallons #i.
We sell fresh \ellow Corn Meal.
We sell Standard 200 Matches 15c. dozen.
We can save you money.
We are live grocery men.
14* M. A P. Metzoer, 417 7th n.w.
J.Brook, 722 Seventh st. n.w.
Watch our advertisements and vou will posi
tively save money. We will offer Fine Shoes
at low prices
For this week only.
Indies' Fine Hand-sewed Shoes only $2 50
Indies' Fine Dongola, warranted, only $2.'
Men's Fine Calf. Hand-sewed, only $3.50.
Men's Fine Calf Shoes only $2.
J. Brock, 722 7th st
The Great Atlantic and Pacilic Tea
Company, 501 and 503 7th street northwest, 1020
i 14th street, 3104 M street, Georgetown- 225
stores in the United States. Pure Goods' sold
only. Best Granuluted Sugar, 7>$ cents per
pound. Checks given with every 2j cents worth
or lea or Coffee. Handsome Presents given
away with every pound of Thea Nectar Tea or
A and P. Baking Powder. All goods delivered
free to any part of the city. Punctuality our
motto. Fresh goods received every other day.
ocl8-f&*3w N. 11. Bowman, Manager.
Fine Butter in pails. 303 10th st. n.w. l8-2t*
Tomorrow will be the great Bargain Day
for China, Glass Ware and House Furnishing
Goods at Hollander's. #12.50 Decorated Eng
lish Dinner Set, 114 piecos, #9.48; #32 combi
nation Dinner and Tea Set. 162 pieces, gold
band or in beautiful decorations, $22.75; hand
some Decorated French China Fruit Plates
regular price #3. tomorrow 95c. a set; fine
Hand-painted Bibbed Ice Cream or Fruit Sau
cers, regular price #2. for tomorrow 65c. a set
40c. elegant Engraved Gas Globes at 22c.; #8
Tea Sets, antique shape, handsomely decorated,
at#5.50; #9 French China Tea Set,"gold baud
i or neat decorations, for tomorrow at #6.48; 25c
Laced White Fruit Bowls at 12^c.; beautiful
5iUfnft# a euch Tumblers, regular price
tl.40, for tomorrow 95c. a doz.; fsl.25 Goblets,
nicely engraved. 79c. a doz.; #3 Novelty Clothes
?!. ?! t'1!'11 ,tlie JworW' 'or tomorrow
#2.24; 30c. Nickel-plated Cuspidors at 19c ?
pricw for French Drip Coffee Pots, heavy
Block tm, 1 pt. 39c., a pt. 48c., 3 pt 52c., 4 pi
2?i"' ' P4- 80c-? Bread Boxes, 3 sizes.
Knivesins K?K"s' Triple Plated
Forwfii oi # u ? 8P??ni? #1.98; Table
Forks #1.98: Tea Spoons 99c. a set, at H
Hollander's, Agt., 408 7th st It*
German,
^e "Word-Chain System." The memory
aided by a simple application of mnemonics.
The words easily retained and recalled at pleas
ure. Herr Mueller will demonstate his system
by Lectures and Trial Lessons at Lenrnan
building. 1425 New lork avenue, st 11 a.m?
4:15 and 7:80 p.m.. Monday, Ootober 2L You
?re cordially invited to investigate Conr?
begins October 23. ^
"Hoy" Cigar! All Havana sad Sumatra!
Now la the Time. Send for V B*?kw
expert Piano Tuner and BepairJr 30 years*
experience. Price, reducei Fine UpEfhi
for sale and rent low. Warerooms 801 Jth *
n-w' , ocl7-2t*
Salvation Oil relieves instantly and enr?.
speedily all bodily pain. Price
Viae Table Butter.
Darlington, Sharp less and Four Leaf Clovar
Fancy Creamery, in 6 and 8 lb. boxes,
and all other grades of fresh butter.
J as. T. OrsTxa,
WOPy. ?ve ?nd Mh st wing, Center Market.
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CITY ITEMS.
Over 10,000 Fine Hate, half uul
price*. American Hat Oo.'i Fall Styles Pine
Derby*, in large, (mall and Don lap t ha pet. 90c.
to fl.BO. Beet Bat made. 92. 309 Pa. are..op.
Botanical Gardena. Plain figures. On* price.
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Smoke and Water Sale.
Owing to the fire occurred in the rear part
of my store October 16, 11 am., oaoaed the en
tire stock to be damaged by smoke and water.
Having made a settlement with insnrance com
panies I can now afford to cell entire stock at
half price. This is a bona fide sale and no
burnt Shoe*. Call at once as good* are now on
sale. Bottom Shoe Horse.
913 7th st. n.w.. bet I and K.
Sign Bhie Slipper over the door. ocl7-2w
Three-Piece Antique Chamber Set,
?17.50; the best Antique Suit in the city, 24x30.
bevel plate, finely polished. 925; a Good An
tique Extension Table. $4.50; Fancy Rockers
and Chairs and a nice line of Hartford Ingrains
and Smith's Tapestries at lowest cash prices.
Also a full line of Honre Furnishings.
ocl6-3t S. K. Baowy & 80s. 20th and Pa. ?t.
5c. "Hoy" Cigar! Sales 1.000,000 a month!
Black Cheviots
ARK SPECIALLY POPULAR THIS SEASON. IS
FACT, ITS HAKD TO KEEP A GOOD LINK OF
THEM IS STOCK FOB ANY LENGTH OF TIME.
WE HAVE THEM IN SINGLE-BREASTED BACK
SUITS, EITHER PLAIN, DOUBLE-8TITCHED
EDGES OB BOUND.
DOU BLE- BREASTED, FINISHED IN SAME
MANNER
CUTAWAYS, PLAIN EDGE8 OR BOUND.
YOU'LL HARDLY FIND SO GOOD AN ASSORT
MENT ANYWHERE ELSE IN WASHINGTON.
PRICKS $15. $18 AND $20 A SUIT.
E. B. BARNUM & CO.
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CAUTION! CAUTION! CAUTION!
VO BRANCH STORE. NO BRANCH STORE
BEWARE OF IMPOSITION:
KING'S PALACE ia located at 814 Ttli ?t. n be
tween H and I sts., and baa NO BRANCH STORES?
Do not be misled.
GREAT BARGAIN SALE OF MILLINERY AND
WRAPS, BIRDS' WINGS. FEATHERS, COR
SETS. KID GLOVES. VELVETS, RIB
BONS, FURS, JERSEYS AND
PLUSH CAPS.
HATB.
Bargain No. 1.?Black Felt Turbans, 69c., with bind
ing, latest shapes. Former price 87c.
Bargain No. 2.?Mimes' and Children's Soft Felt
Tennis Hats, all colors, rood qualities. Former price
75c. Bargain price 58c.
Bargain No. 3.- MisseV and Children's Wide-brim
Felt Hats, trimmed, all colors. Former price 41. liar
train price 75c.
Bargain No. 4.?Mimes' and Children's Trimmed
Felt Hats, si lk-corded brim and crown, all colors.
Former price $ 1.87. Bargain price <1.49.
Bargain No. 5.?English Walking Shapes in Black
Felts. Former price 75c. Bargain price 49c.
Bargain No. 0.?Untrimmed Felt Sailors, good quali
ties. bound brims, in all colors. Former price 87c.
Bargain price 00c.
Bargain No 7.?Trimmed Sailors, fancy corded,
lsleat styles, good qualities. Former price $1.25.
Bargain price 00c.
Bargain No. 8 ?Wool Felt Hats, all shapes, all colors.
Former price 87c. Bargain price 02c.
Bargain No. 0.?French Felt Hata, in all shapes and
all colors. Former price $1.75 and $1.87. Bargain
price $1.37.
Bargain No. 10.?Misses' and Children's Jockey
Caps, in Felts, llrown and Blue. Former price 75c.
Bargain price 50c.
Bargain No. 11.? AU French Pattern Hata. Sold
formerly at $12. $14, $15. $10. $18 and $20. Will
be sold at Bargain price $10.
Bargain No. 12.?All Trimmed Hats hsve bnen
marked down 30 per cent below our usual low prices,
and as they are too many to enumerate, we would be
pleased to have yon call and inspec t them. It will pay
lOU" CHILDREN'S CLOAKS.
Bargain No. 13.?Children's Coats in all styles, ages
from 4 to 12 years. Former price $3.50. Bargain
price $'-'.87.
Bargain No. 14.?Children's Coats, Gretcheu styles,
in all colora, in plaids or stripes, ages ranging from 4
to 12 years, Foimer price $5.25. Bargain price
$4 25.
Bargain No 15.?Childreu'sCoats in all the different
styles, in all colors?Wine, ox-blood, Green, and Navy
Blue, branded hack our own exclusive style. Former
price $0.75. Bargain price $5.75.
Bargain No. 10 ? Misses' Coats in sll styles, in all
striiiex. checks, plaids, and all plain colora. Former
price $7.75. Bargain price $0.'^5
PLUSH COATS, JACKETS AND MODJESKAS.
Bargain No. 17.?Handsome Hush Jackets, Seal Or
naments, all sizes, good qualities. Former price
$14.50. Bargain price $12.
Bargain No. 18.?plush Costs, extra quality. Seal
Ornaments, extra lengths. 4<> to 42 laches long
Former price $22. Bargain price $ 10.50.
Bargain No. 10.?Plush Moojeskaa, extra good qnal
lty, a rare bargain. Heal Ornaments, elegant finish
Former price $ 18. Bargain price $ 16.
Bargain No 2(> ? Elegant Plush Coats, all different
qualities. Sold formerly at $25, $27, $28 and $33.
Bargain price $22.50.
Bargain No. 21.?Elegant Plush Modjeskss, good
quality, all sizes. Former price $17. Bargain price
CLOTH COATS AND JACKETS.
Bargain No. 22 ?Cloth Jackets in black, all sizes to
48, elcgsnt finish, good fit guaranteed. Former price
$5. Bargain price $4.
Bargain No. 23 ?Cloth Jackets in strijK-s, checksand
plaiia, good values, latest styles. Former price $4.
Bargain price $3.
Bargain No. 24.?Colored Jackets. Tailor-bound
Brr.ldud, all colors. Former price $7.60. Bargain
price $0.25.
Bargain No. 25.?Colored Jacket, Vest Front. Tailor
Bound, elegant finish, all colors. Former price $9.50.
Bargain price $7.75.
Bargain No. 20?Dak Newmarkets, with cape
Sathered back; good quality. Former price ?10.
largaiu price $M.T5.
Bargain No. 27.?Newmarkets in Plain Colors. Di
rectoire styles, Bruded Front and Back, elegant finish,
fir-t qualities. Former price $12.50. Bargain price
$10.
Bargain No. 28.?N'ewinsrkets In Plain Colors,
Strii*-*, or Checks in sll styles, Direct oiivs, Fed n
Fronts, Ca|>es, Loose Fronts, PIliu or Braided; rare
bargain. Former prices from $10 to $18. Bargain
price $9.50.
REMEMBER, WE GIVE TO EVERY PURCHASER
OF $1 OK MORE A COUPON. 6d OF WHICH EN
TITLE YOU TO A HANDSOME CRAYON PORTRAIT
OF YOURSELF OR ANY MEMBER OF YOUR FAM
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SATURDAY, OCT. 12, 1888.
KLPHONZO YOUNGS COMPANY.
428 NINTH STREET,
Offer as a delightful breakfast diah Imported
Keppered Herring, Imported Freeh Herring.
Imported Russian Caviar Mackarel in Tomato
Sauce, Extra Choice No. 1 Mackerel, latest catch.
Also New Buckwheat and New Orleans Mo
Also Refined Corn Meal for Mafltaa, and
ehoice Creamery Butter.
And we ace stUl "boomiac** the Floor
KLPHONZO YOUNGS COMPANY,
4*8 NINTH STRUT.
P.8.?Don't forrst our Superior Potato Chip*. Price
?educed. M.X.CL
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Gtkt Xhb Ban.
OONOORD HABNXM.
LOTS *
Lap Bobas at low
AMUSEMENTS.
^LBJkl'UrS ORAND opera ho est
tonight" at s.
MATINEE SATURDAY AT &
EUGENE TOMPXIXr
Production of Um Sensational
MAXIIID.
Presented with a
POWERFUL CAST.
THE MECHANICAL EFFECTS A TRITMPH OF
STAGE REALISM.
100 PEOPLE ENGAGED IN THE PRODUCTION.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 11.
MAGNIF1CF.N + PRODUCTION OF
THE K>1I.KM
Seats are Now on (tele. or 17
LBAUGH'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
SPECIAL.
The Sale of Scat* far
TICTORIEN SARD* >t"'8
Beautiful Komantic Play
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Is Now in Progress at the Box Office
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The Grandest Production of the Acs.
Tom of Reindeers and St Bernard Do#*.
Costumes from Worth.
200 People on the Stars.
Goweooslv Mounted- Magnificently Cast ocl7TU
KEUNAN'S NEW WASHINGTON THEATER
Eleventh at. aouth of I>niiaylvauia avenue.
The Palace Vaudet lUe Theater of America.
IDA SIDDON8"
SPECI ALTY AND BURLESQUE COMPANT.
Matinee* Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Neat Week-HuWARD BIO BURLESQUE CO oc!7
?V l.W NATIONAL THEATER. "
Xv Everr Evening, Wednesday and Saturday Matlneaa
LYCEUM THEATER STOCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
Flrmt Representation Here of
SWEET LAVENDER,
Aa played by this Com (any for orer ISO nights at
the Lyceum Theater, New York.
Next Week:
MR. JOSEPH HA WORTH In Bteele Mackaye'a
Masterpiece PAUL KAl VAR.
fW~ Sests Now on Sale. ocl7
PHONOGRAPH EXHIBITION AND CONCERT
Edison's Talking Machine. Spce< he*. Lectures,
Songs, Soloa by musical luatriimrcu r*-i<njdticr<L In
tercsting and instructive. Hauillue Church, 1?th and
I' streets nortbaest FRIDAY EVENING. October
1Mb mat Adnuxaion 25 cent*. oclt>-3t*
J J ARRI V BIJOU THEATKR
HELEN BARRY'S GREAT COMEDY SUCCESSES.
Wednesday and Friday Evening, Thursday and Satur
day Matinee*.
Grand Double Bill.
"THE CAPE MAIL" and "A LESSON IN LOVE."
Thursday and Saturday Nights,
-A WOMAN'S STRATAOEM "
ocie Next week-JOHN A STEVEN8.
1 EDISON'S NEW PHON< HiltAPH
J On Exhibition daily
From 12 m. to 11 p.m..
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Globe theater.
Pennsylvania avenue and tlth street
Week Commencing Monday. October 14.
CHRIS TIE BKO v. All-star S|?ecialty Company.
Maune.-a Monday, Wednesday. Friday an<l Satur
day Admission, at night 10. 20, 30 and 50 renta
Matinee*. 10. yo and 50 <ent*. ? oc!4-l w*
k<Et ED1SOVB
O WONDERFUL
TALKING MACHINE,
_ocl6-lw 345 Pa. ava. n.w^
CLASSES AT MY DANCING ACADEMY HAVE
BEEN RESUMED.
FOR MISSES AND MASTERS
ON TUESDAY AFTERNOON, 3 30 AND ON SAT
URDAY AFTERNOON 2:30.
FOR ADULTS
TUESDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS 8 TO 10*
Mrs. FLORA C. DENNI80N.
Academy and Reaidence. 920 M at
Reference* requi red. oc 12- lm
ff?0 ARLINGTuN! "
1 Fa?t stage l ine daily from Hotel Webster, .">13 13th
at n.w. Light stage ; three horses. Passengers called
for at principal hotels and boardinir bouses. Round
tnp, including drive through grounds, 75c. oc2-lra
1'HE CYCLERIES. 14<lti N. Y. AVE., WILL GI'aTC
antee to Teach You to Hide the Pyscbo Safety Bi
ycle lor *1. Ladies ? 5. Special hour* lor LADIES
Open nights. Largest ridinir school in U. S. niyl7
ARIM'S DANCING ACADEMY
Will reo|*en for the Reception of Puplla
OCTOBER 10, at 4 and 7 :.i0 o'clock p.m., in charge of
PROF. MUELLER,
Instructor of Dancing at the U. 8. Naval Academy.
For circulars and further information apply at the
Academy, Masonic Temple, corner 1Mb and F ata.
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SHLLDOITS DANCING ACADEMY. 1004 F ST..
Tuesdays. Thursday* and Saturdays. Deer Park
Lancera, Bunton Gavotte and Berlin. Send lor circu
it au2tMSm
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PREPARE FOR IT IN TIME
BY INVESTING YOUR DOLLARS
IN ONE OF
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OVERCOATS,
rUR BEAVERS. CHINCHILLAS,
KERSEYS, MELTONS, Ac,
MADE TO YOUR OWN ORDER
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PLEASE.
LARGE8T STOCK IN AMERICA. 2,000 STYLES
TO CHOOSE FROM.
SPECIAL IMPORTATION
OF
ROUGH BLUE AND BI.ACE CHEVIOTS,
FANCY CASSIMEUES, fco.,
FOR THE
SWELL DOUBLE-BREASTED SACK 8UIT,
TO ORDER FROM #20.00.
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FALL AND WIXTEB.
RECEIVING NEW GOODS EVEST DAT. at.t.
THE LATEST NOVELTIES NOW READY. BLACK
DRESS GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY. VANDYKE
LACES IN ALL WIDTHS AMD STYLES. LATEST
IMPORTATION IN DRESS AND nr.n*? TRIM
MINGS, GLOVES, HANDKERCHIEFS AND MO
TIONS. DRAPERY NETS AND FLOUNCINGS,
HAMBURG EDGES AND IN SEB TINGS.
SPECIAL.
LOT 07 REMNANTS Of BLAC1
MARABOUT TEOOCDIOS. nim?*
NAMENTS. *C- AX LESS THAN BAUT I
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About Our
The really treat buim. of the Ant tunc bwtw
Sprint CronuM and quit* w iwuurn all onr the
Muc floor. The old itaMwDt rU br ?j? 1n^
odlBORH.MWlr: YoU HJ eearcL the ahope ef
London, the rrand macaalnee of Part*, the laraa
?tone of Sew Tort or Chlcatc *rd ywt you wtU not
And an equal choice of Dm Good* with that wLh h
we will abo* thu ??muii. They art romimr nuiner
oual) and are placed on eale rapidly. Already we
can bewilder you with rariety. So Bach (or the p?
eral fact
The reeldue of DRAP D ETE8 and the complete w
aorment of ahadea In Ueurivttae. 40 lac bee aid*
ra&friDf in price from 76c. to (1, alao coo)4etl
aaaortnient of ahadea in thoae India Toulaa, which wa
have promiaed to our petruna, and which au ? -y of
them have been waitln* for have arrived.
Then we can ahow the Ladles the larvnet Block.
beet eaeortmeut of ehadee aud the fineet quality of
henriettas at 60c. par yard to be found any
whera
Wa ?till hare a few of thoae All-wool CASH
MERES and roCLES at 37*c.. and a complete
Una of ARMl RES aud D1AOONALS, which we in
ported to eel] at 66c, but have put thein on our
eountara to aell at 49 eta Than wa can ahow you a
complete line of FANCY WEAVES, vu CORD
D'LEONS, VELOURS, SEBASTAPOLS. INULA
CLOTHS, Rc. Alao a full Una of CAMEL'S HAIR to
gether with a full aaaortment of ahadea in SILK
WARP. henriettas, at ST)*.. SI and |1A
Our Importation of FRENCH novelty SILKS,
purchaeed by our Mr. Jaa. Lanaburvb while in
Lyona are now on aale. Thia la without doubt
the handaomeat line of thla da* of tooda
ever ahown la Weahiivtou. eomprlalnt el?*unt da
eigne and effecta In SILK AND TINSEL, lirocaded and
embroidered. ARML'hES, failles AND SATINS,
A new line of 21 -INCH FANCT-striped 61KAHS,
in a treat variety of colon and oombinauoua, at $1
per yard.
PERSIAN brocades AND FANCT-STRIP*
SILKS, in endleaa variety,^rom 75c. Our etock ef
theee tooda la conceded the moat varied and -'tTMrt
ahown.
ZO-INCH ALL-BILE BLACE SATIN RHADAME
?t 6'J^c per yard, auitable for foundations for laoe
and net dreeeea.
26-INCH ALL-SILK BLACE SURAH, 16c Regu
lar value, ?1.
Continually reoeMnt new ahadee in oar 08a
SURAHS, retular 76c. line; extra value.
27-inch COLORED CHINA SILKS. 76c.. re*u)e?
value 86c.
21-loch colored CHINA SILKS 60c., I
value 62Mc.
21-inch COLORED JAPAN BILKS. 80c., i
value 75c.
?8-inch ALL-SILK FISH net. SI; extra heavy.
48-inch ALL-SILK LA TOSCA ne1. *1.10 par
yard.
48-inch ALL-SILK LA TOSCA. tl.26; eitaa
heavy.
48-inch ALL-SILK RUSSIA, extra heavy, larva
meeh. S1.25 per yard.
48-inch ALL-SILK EXTRA HEAVY sewing-SILK
het. S2.26.
48-inch ALL-SILK COLORED FISH net. SI
26 PIECES OF ALL-SILK BLACE FISH net.
regular ?1 GOODS, WE will ?n AT SOC.
per yard, best value ever offered ui
11 SHOULD TOU need BED OOVERIJIO oome 1
US. OUR SUPPLY IS limitless.
LADIES' AND GENTS' CARDIGAN jackets.
PULSE WARMERS AND
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