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THE EVENING STAR.
" ?WASHINGTON:
MTfUDJtr Ortabrr i.1.
?~aT?>Mi.% h. >?*km7 uiior.
THE EVENIMJ MTAR has I he fnlleat I.oral
ClRiltliOT mlmmy .Newspaper la the Warld.
??4 U u Ad? rrll?la? .Mrdiam la warth
?aere Ibaa all Ihc albcr payers published In
In a fi? dart the peculiar situation of af
fsirt in Sooth Carolina will be cleared op. It
will be seen h?w the negroes view the factional
fight there in the democratic party. Tn Star
takes it for granted that the threats made early
in the campaign by one of these factions, the
one baring the best claim to regularity tinder
party usage, were made for effcct without
serious intention to put them into execution.
Tn? Stab thinks so because the negroei
chiotly reside in that portion of the state whero
the Haskell or independent faction i? strong
est?where, in fact, the bulk of the white
voters belong t<> that faction. For the liU
maa regulars to invade that section and at
tempt by force to prevent the eolored voters
from exercising franchise in behalf of the
dominant white element there would be to
precipitate civil war instantly. Therefore the
threats were in the air. In fact there have
been attempts made to explain them away.
Senator Hampton gives the regular ticket a
critical support. In hU announcement he
virtually says: "Tbrse people were wrong as
could be. but they second the convention. I
acquiesce very unwillingly." The Tillinanitos
will hardly care, if successful. to be very grate
ful for inch support. The full republican vote
added to the Haskell democrats is probably
Strong enough to defeat the regulars. Every
thing depends on tho extent to which tlio
colored vote is polled by the Ilaskellites.
We have not had so many English visitors in
town since the summer of 1814. On that oc
casion although they were not invited they
oame just the same, and also extended the
freedom of the city to themselves. A commit
tee of reception, loaded to tho muzzle, went
out to meet them, but that did not make any
great difference. Thty took the town and
painted it red. They had a Capitol roast and a
White House fricassee and then ther weut
away. In tho meantime we had gone away
also, leaving the town in their hands, such wag
our confidence in our English visitors. That
was seventy-six years ago and in the interval
circumstances have altered cases somewhat.
Today our English visitors are in our hands,
we voluntarily extend to them the freedom of
the city, and we are going to show them what a
capital has grown up here smce that visit of
1S14.
-t?- ? ^ ??
Party organs are now filled with frantic ap
peals in the shape of double leads, bold black
letter standing out from the column, flaming
ui?pluy head lines that protrude to the point of
bursting and with subject matter that is as ex
citedly assertive as the form in which it is pre
sented to the reader. Only a few days before
the public shall have peace. Only a week un
til the country is saved once more. It is surely
a gTeat thing to live in a land of freedom?a
graat thing to persuade oneself that if one
were to stop talking or writing in the ercles
vein nature would suspend her operations and
the entire moral fabric of the universe descend
into the lower regions. The nation is shouting
now?that is, the "workers" are. Next week
after the election it will smile at its recent ex
citement.^
The tram robbers of the southwest have at ]
last sealed their own doom and ere long these
terrors of travel will be no more. Thursday
morning as a train pulled out of Socorro, New
Mexico, three men got aboard and shortly |
afterward went into the Pullman sleeper aud,
locking the doors, robbed the passengers of all |
they had in eight. Then they left the train.
)(ow comes tho doom. The Pullman porters,
feeling that their paramount rights have been j
utterly ignored and that their own especial
field of labor has been invaded, will at once I
proceed to organize themselves into an armed |
police force to defend their rights to the death,
aad they will shed the last drop of their blood j
before any ottier robber shall enter a car and |
despoil ltt passe ogert,
A vigilance committee of lawlee* New |
Yorkers met Superintendent Porter at the
Fifth Avenue Hotel yesterday and by threats
and other violent measures compelled him to
acknowledge that June was not the beat mouth
in which to take a census of New York. The
committee also forced the superintendent into
saying that he would be willing to give New
York all the population she asked for if she ,
could prove beyond a doubt that she was en
titled to it. The nervous shock was so great to
Mr. Forter that he will remain over until Mon
day in order to recuperate.
Rev. Dr. WooUrow. evolutionist, having
been several times tried, disciplined, tried
again and disciplined again by the South Caro
lina Presbyterian bodies, has at last been dis
tinctly refused admission to the Charleston
presbytery, the action of which has been sus- i
tamed by the South Carolina synod. A case of |
mutual incompatibility between the doctrine
of evolution aud presbyterianisn haa been
pretty clearly developed.
??" **
A mouument to Columbus transcending any
thing ever designed haa boeu suggested by a
li.tboan artist, Alberto de l'alacio. and is else
where described in today's Stab, with an ac
companying illustration. The projcct is worthy
of our continental, hemispherical imagination,
whether ever executed or not. It is the grand
est thought having merely a physical basis
that haa been conceived in honor of the great
Christoforo Colombo.
Thanks to the reform element of both par
ties. Gov. Campbell got the non-partisan board
of improvements bill through the Ohio legisla
ture. A majority of republicans voted for it
aud a minority of democrats. The real trial
for the governor is yet to come, when Hamil
ton eouuty democrats set their amoush at the
election aud. later, at the next nominating con
vention. It la a good thing to make a party go
right, but it is not every leader who can lead.
The history of tariff legislation in the United
States shows that the passage of measures in
er .-a.iug tar.If rales iuvariably stimulates man
ufacturing industry, for the time being at
Itub Ihe M hiu.ey bill is no exception
One hundred aud fifty new mills or enlarge
ments of textile mills are reported in all parts
sd the republic.
I.ord Wolseley aud the lato "Chinese" Gor
don were right. The Celestials are putting on
the war paint of advanced civilisation already.
A Chiuamau in American clothes, wearing eye
glasses and astride a bicycle, was a Brooklyn
sensation a day or two ago. All things come
to him whb wait*.
The British and German iron and steel mag
ten and tlieir convoy, the American Mining
Engineers, are with us today. Welcome
science, allied with art and busiuess, to the
Capital of the great industrial republic of the
world!
The republicans claim that they have bagged
the Farmers' Alliance in Indiana, the demo
crats that they have bagged it in the Sooth. If
the Alliance should come up on election day m
a bag by itaelf there would be a Joke on some
body.
New Orleans is a good place to start a era
?ode against the desperate element in our for
eign importation of citizens. The foreign vote
not each a factor in politics that legislator*
an afraid to make an effort to protect their
?wo homes. ^ ^
It most be aoid that Brazil knows o good
thing when she sees it. Senhor Nabor J or dec
?aye: "Reciprocity is the hope of Brazil. Mr.
Blaise is looked upon as the greatest American
i by the people of Brazil."
Speaker Reed struck a large boom for Reee
in Chicago last night and calmly gathered it ic
for future reference.
It isn't that the New York *u>? loves the tar if
hot that it love* Gov. Hill uioro.
Hoes* & Herbxaxx*
EQUITABLE
CREDIT
BYBTEM
BAB BECOME, THROUGH ITS BENEFICENCE, BO
FIRMLY IMBEDDED IN THE AFFECTIONS OF
THE PUBLIC AS TO REQUIRE NO ENERGY ON
OCR PART TO EXTEND THE SPHERE OF ITS USE
FULNESS.
ITS FAR-REACHING AND COMPREHENSIVE
METHODS HATE BEEN PARTICIPATED IN BY
THOUSANDS, AND TODAY. THROUGH
FAIR AND Eg CITABLE DEALING.
WE REST WITHOUT A
ry.ER
IN THE niSTORY OF THE s
CREDIT tl VMS ESS OF THIS CITT.
THI EXACTIONS OF OUR SYSTEM ARE SO
ISSI JNIFICANT THAT NO RELIABLE HOUSE
KEEPER NEED SUFFER DISCOMFORT, HOW
EVER MEAGER THE PURSE MAY BE.
our
FIVE COLOSSAL STORES ARE REPLETE WITH
ALL MANNER OF PARLOR AND BFDROOM FUB
i NITURE, CARPETS OF EVERY GRADE. DRA
PERIES, BUFFETS. RATTAN AND FANCY ROCK
' ERS, WARDROBES, TOILET BETS. FOLDING
BED8, OFFICE FURNITURE. STOVES AND
j RANGES AND EVERYTHING IN THE HOUSE
FURM6HING LINE, ALL OF WHICH WE OFFER
OS
CREDIT.
EXACTING A NOMINAL BUM AS EARNEST OF
| THE BAROAIN AND ACCEPTING THE BALANCE
IN PARTIAL PAYMENTS BY THE
WEEK OH MOUTH
IN SATISFACTION OF THE DEBT.
HOUSE Jt HERRMANN,
021-923 7TH ST. K.W. ?u30-4m
W. B. M oses & Sons,
F AND 11T1I STREETS.
MOQUETTE CARPETS *1.25 PER YARD.
MOQUETTE CARPETS. MA DE A SI) LAID,
91.155 PER YARD.
One hundred mid fifty pattern* to select from.
NOT ONE OF THESE ARE JOBS OB IM
PERFECT CARPETS. and not more than six
patten.* In the entire line that are not THIS
YEAR'S PATTERNS. Our lice of Moquettes is
as large as the stocks of any three establish
ment* in the city, an i we guarantee every
MOQUETTE A3 PERFECT. Wo will furnish
any new patterns in the market at the price
quoted above.
FURNITURE DEPARTMENT.
ONE HUNDRED SAMPLE HALL, LIBRARY
AND OFFICE CHAIRS that we are going to
close out at TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT DIS
COUNT for cash od or before delivery.
WALL PAPER AND DECORATING DEP-T.
We havo spared no pain* or expense in tusk
ing our Wall Paper and Decorating Department
as nearly perfect as possible. The stick ha*
been carefully selected and is one of the largest
in the city.
We make original treatment* our tpec tatty.
In FRESCO PAINTIKO we are prepared to
submit designs and estimates and to execute
every class oi work from cornice tinting to the
finest hand work In high and bas-relief. We
employ the beet materials and labor In execut
ing our orders, and propose to do work at the
lowest possible figure conslsteut with their
usatre. In this department wo have a display
rack, on which we show fifteen (Liferent side
wall treatments, some of them the latest from
Parla. France. Bostou and New York, the three
centers frcm which the newest and most artistio
treatments emanate.
A noteworthy treatment on this rack, which
will be shown in a f.w days, is a French Panel
Treatment, with one of the famous Zuber"s
de igns.
An inspection of our stock is in itself a color
education.
We cordially invite every one to pass Judg
ment on our line whether wishing to purchase
cr not.
The newest effects and correct imitations of
Silks. Satins. Tape-tries, Laces and Cretonnes,
REASON ABE PRICES?FIRST-CLASS
WORK-LOTS Of MODEST
COST PAPERS.
OUR NEW WARE HOUSE.
We are now prepared to receive Furniture,
4c.. in large or smsll quantities by the month
or year on storage, and to furnish if desired
private room* at #.'i. <5, <7.50 and slu per
month, according to size.
This building is seven stories high, 48 feet
wide and 122 fe. t deep, and has Seen erect.-d to
carry our duplicate stock, and consequently
every precaution has been taken to prevent
fire.
The necessity for this building is aposlfivs
proof of the growth of our busiuass. and at
the present day. when competition is so great
everywhere, it is the best advertisement we
could possibly have and convinces us that our
STOCK and PRICES MEET THE APPROVAL
OF THE PURCHASING PUBLIC.
Tin possession of this new building will en
able us to enlarge several of our departments
that a*e already the second largest in the United
States.
Stock that is now stored in our establish
ment at the corner of F and 11th sts. will bo
moved to our 22d street ware house, and the
Carpet and Upholstery Departments will be
extended.
OUR NEW FALL STOCK
Is now all in, ready for inspection, and we
respectfully invite the pablic to inspect the
store a* well as the stock.which comprises many
Interesting novelties of both domestic and for
eign u.aies.
?3 Elevators?
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F AND 11TH STS.
FURNITURE. CARFETS, BEDDING,
UPHOLSTERY. DRAPERIES,
AND WALL PAPERS.
Every article marked in plain tigures st cash prices.
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, 1 F>8 GOODS DEPARTMENT.?DIfTkRENT
'styles of Dress uoods. Hi^c. per yard; worth from
; Inc. ID i!Oc. per/areL Ijib.eat hed Cotton. Ufac |>er
i yard BI.l MV?. <45aud 747 Nth st. ?.?. o:i.> 2t*
j Do YoU Drink Coffee?
Then know that you can bny it of us best and
cheapest.
One of onr three special brands will please yon.
Cur CAFE JAVA at 114c. is good enough.
Onr Breakfast Coffee at 27c. is very line.
Our Health Coffee at 20c. is a rare bargain.
Our Coffees leave a pleassut taste in the mouth. Our
prices leave tuoiuy ui the pocket.
BURCHARD'S,
o2.V?Am3m _ _ Penniylvania avs. and4i*st.
Madam rohk,
ladies1 and children's modiste.
Parlors, 1410 1 oansylvsnia sve?
o26-3t* Opposite WiUard'a.
Di
I FRONTS'. FRONTS'! FRoNTSIl!
Always in order by plain combing
At
MLLE. M. J. PR AN DI'S,
192V F st. u, w. (Mrs. Harrison's*
importer at
Fine Freueli Hair ' "o?ds.
Halnlressiug.
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B.
OYS' HEAVY MERINO UNDER WRARTaST
jim. 25c. Meu's Heavy Scotoh Urs^ Murts and
Drawers. 3Vd. each. BLUM'S.
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OOODS, CLOAKS, BILKS, TBI,
GLOVES, LININGS, LACES. BIB
HOTIuNS. ALL BOrOUT BEFORE
PRICES.
TH* FOLLOW! NO NEW DC
A SPLENDID COLLECTION OF
EASELS, Ac., Ac., ALL INCLUDED
Silk Department.
Woodward h Lothrop offer in this depart*
ment 20-lnrh Biaric He*?fticr, nil ailk And
Wear iruarante?d. only * 1 per yard.
2 1 -inch lila< k Chevron Diagonal, all silk
?lid *ear tfuuruut> ?d. Only <1 i*r yard.
2<Mnrti Ulack l;h*daui?*a, all silk. Only
75c. per yard.
2U?m? h Jilack Faille TrtBdlM, all rilk
%ud wear iruaranWd. Otily $1 per yard
21-inch Muck Faille WJoutine, ail *?lk and
Wear guaranteed. ?>nly $ 1 p?r yard.
'JU-iiich Uiar* Failia Francaia*. all silk.
Onljr 75c. i*ir yard.
24-iia<h Colored china Silka in a foil line
Of lik'ht and art aLadva (or draper ma. em*
broidcriutf t \iri>ceee, he. Only MJc. per
yard.
2tMncfe Colored Japanese Cre|* in a full
line of aveiiiLK ahadea. (?n.y 61.25 p?r
yard.
21 -inch All ailk Wttidaor 8trl|?en In a full
ranift- ?if light colore, only oUc. per yard,
(fr irat floor.)
Velvet And Plush Department.
Woodward k Lothrop offer in thia depart"
ment a stork which aw never letter aa
aort.'d in aliadoa aud qualities than at the
prniwut time. Their prices remain ihe sumo
as e*tal>liantd by Uicni at the Ijegiiinm* of
the shusoii, and before the now tariff went
Into effect.
IK-inch hilk I'iushes in a full variety of
art and staple shades. Only HO? . per yard.
llM'k^k Hilk Mulm in an enijjoa* rsM*
ot tolora and hhadinva. $12.">, $1.50,
$1 75 Miid $2.*>0 per y^rd.
C<>U>re i Vvivuts. ?1, $125, 61.50, $1.75
and $2.50 por yard.
(First iloor.)
Glove Department.
Woodward k Lothrop offer In this depart
ment 1 udiea' ti-button-l* ntfih Biarritz
Uloves it. Tana, lirowna, Or?ya and l>lack,
sewed in b?if color and While. 1 rico *1 per
pair.
indies' 6-buttou-len?th Mou quetaire
Sueilv OiovoH in uanortcd iana, embroidered
in leather stitch. Price 411 |?er ]>air.
iaUie*1 4-i.uttou *h walking Gloves
in Talis and liiowua. i'lice 61.25 per pair.
(First floor.)
White g oods Department.
Woo.!ward A Lothrop ofter in this depart
ment 50 l>icces Ai'roin tte i.itun with open
woi k border, Kood value, 40 inches ?.<ie.
10c. yard.
Another arrival of those new Curtain
Hvdsnes iu medium end larno 6|>ot?, 40
inches wide. 2t)c. yard.
Jouef' Imported oft-finish l ambric, si?
ciaily (unable io.- underwear. :;ii and 42
inches w:de. IT. 20, 25, 30 und :)7 S,c.
LukiihIi Louk Cluta, -to melius wide. 120c.
per yard.
lurkiith Terry Bath Sheets from to
4a.7."> euch.
?1 c??c of Medium and Lars'e
fUid ilusiiu. Only 1 Ufa'. >aid.
Infant8' Department.
Woodward A Lothrop offer in till* depart
ment all the latest l armiun Novelties In
Children's Coats, with hats and caps to
mutch.
lilac it Moire bilk Coats, with handsome
fur triiiimiUKS.
Black hilk Coat*, with fancy ?tltchin(r and
combined with velvet.
Black Silk Coals, iu a boyish stylo,
with naudsuiua bruid triuiiuiiiKs and smoke
buttous.
i am-o'-8hauter Cap*, in dainty ahape* to
match.
Other atyle* in Broidcloth*. C.iniel'? Hair
Cloths and Fancy stripes aud Checks in
Li.'ht aud lieuvy-weight Clotua. with
ha dsome fur, braid and astr.khan trirn
BllUtfs.
A full line of Infsnts' White First Short
Coats, in a laiye variety of styles.
? Second floor, i
A larife asaortment of lufauts' Lous'
CI "Us, in silk and cashmere, handsomely
ditched, embroidered or ribbou trimuied.
Infants' Caps, iu plain aud embroidered
?ilk, p am crepe, ? uibroidered crochet silk,
with Mitt wuddid liniuKs, and fine lace with
wadded llniuxa.
(Second Hour.)
Phint Department.
Woodward 1; Ix>thropoffer In till* d?part
nie.ut -',000 yards ot Priuccsa C as n mere a,
v hich aro so desirable lor lea tsowna and
^tappers, In hstidsomo Persian pattern*
aud rich tnrured eflec.*. whicn they will sell
at the former pricu ol 1 '. per yard.
Also a lull hue of LiKni-weiHiit i'rinceaa
Casluueieres in all tliu uesirablu fall shades.
X"! iu. iOc. p< r yaid.
Thev will also h^ve a complete assortment
of those desirable side-baud Seizes in Blue,
Black, llrowii. Oieen, Sapphire, '1'erra Colt*
and l.ed. i hey remaiu al the same price as
bolore. 17c. pei \ard
1 caso of Caslimere-fl lsh Calico, fast
colors in ths la:c>t aiidiles, v,ell covered
Ifrouuds, %vitli small aud large ii^urea and
atripes. He perjard.
?J c .acs liaik Calico, fast color*. 6c. per
yard.
1 case Light Calico, fast color*. 6c. per
yard.
I case I'urple Ground Calico, fait color*.
8c. per yard.
.1 case* Indigo Blue Calico, fast color*.
8c. per yard.
1 case i.rty and White Calico, fast color*.
8c per yard.
2 cases Ulack and White Calico, fast color*.
8c. per yard.
Plain lied Oil Calico. 6, 10,17, 20 and
2 jc. per yard
1 case Gretna Cloth Dress Goods,in plaid*
and struts, fast colors. 10c. per yard.
Auoih r lot of those Dauiau Cloths which
arc so d<* rable for house dresses and wrap
pers. in all the new fall (.hades, such as
Cream. I iifht Blue. 1 ink. Navy. Blue, eal.
Golden Brown, 111 .on. Gray. Garnet, lied.
Gobelin Blue and Lixhi and liark iircen.
2~ inches wide, duly 1J*c. per yard
l.oOO yards ol thoae Popular corded Mer
inos. which are such excellent foods lor
house dresses, w rapi*rs, 4ie., in ail the most
des.rabie fall shades, viz lied, Gr*eu, Terra
Cotta, Brown, Blue, Gurnet and Black. 22
iucnes wide. Ouly i-Hc. per yard.
(Second floor.)
Handkerchief Department.
Woodward A Lothrop off or in this depart
Bie t tweuty dlfteieut styles of Ladles' AU
liuen Hand-embroidered Scalloped Hand
kerchiefs. in Wli te aud Colored, at iioo.
20 diflerent styles of Ladies' White AU
liueu Hand-embroidered Hemstitched
Handkerchiefs at oOe. Ladies' All-linen
Hand-embroidered Scollo|s-d Handker
chiefs, in White and Colored at 7oc. aud
?1. l.a.ties' Fine Imported Swiss Embroid
ered Handkerchiefs, all linen. 60c., $1,
*1.25, $1.37^ and $1.50.
Boys* Clothing Department.
Woodward A Lothron offer in thi* depart
m at Hoy?' Fancy Trimuied l>ark Blue
Cheviot Militarv Dlouao suila. Sizes 0 to 8
years. Price, 4S .>>1.
B o's" 1'lacs t hovioi Bailor Suit*, ver/
Hobby. bi/.es 6 to S years. Price, 410.
l'lsin and Fancy Check and Plsid Kilt*.
Sizes :i to (S yeara Prices, $4 to $12.
Boyi' Reefers in Chinchillas, Cue\lot? and
Yaei.t Cloth. Sizes 3 to 13 years. Prices,
?;l7oto*10
Jersey .-uits wirh aailor and fancy
tr mmed blouses. Sizes 4 to 8 yoara. Price*,
$.?to *0.76.
Boys' Norfolk Bchool Suits with plaited
Jackets. Sires5 to 12 >cars. Reduced trozu
?:> to *4.
Double-breaated Fancy Brown Check
Cheviot Suits. Sizes 10 to 16 year*. Re
duced from *(> to *5.
A lame variety of Boys' Overcoat* in
Cbe< k* ana i'I aids. Klaea 3 to 15 year*.
lTices, *."> to *1.>,
Fancy Mixed Worsted Dreta Suit*. Shu*
6 to 1- J' am. Prne, *10
Fancy Mn. d Ca-sunere Suits with plaited
Jackets. Six-? 0 to 12 years. Price, *8.
"Mother's Frieud" shirt Wauts in Flan
nel and percales. Sizes 4 to 13 year*.
Prices. 75c. to * I ,o0.
''Mother'* trieud" White Unlaondored
Shirt Wauia. sixes 4 to 13 year*. Pnce.
60 c.
Boys' Odd Pants in Cheviot* and Ca*sl
meres. sixes 4 to 16 yean Prioee, *1 to
*2 50.
(1 lard floor.)
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their friends and customers to their
?ETS. HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, CPHOLSrEBT,
bon8, HAMBCR09. BLANKETS, LINENS, SDTTS,
the passage or the mkinlet tabif*
PAKTMENT8: CCTLEBT. FIRST floor; JAPA
dolls, TOTS. BOOKS, GAMES, CLOCKS, bron
IN OUB HOLIDAY goods department, ON
Suit Department.
WOODWARD * LOTHBOP
Incite especial attention to their vary *1,
Ifant uidrtuifent of T?-a Gownti and Wrap
in both imported at-1 domestic
The stock in fre>*b new acid brimiiit"K!roil of
choice ihinira. 1 he lower end m re|?r?***tited
by our uoi.iiUr Print Wrapper at $1 !i5
tach, aua the oth* r extr*iiie la the Eicgaut
bilk and I'iuali imported tjowt. it *??>.
V emention a fewh( ecial values* A full
line of I-udief' Priucesa Caithmete Wnpiwrti
witu robe fronts. Biaes lrota 32 to 42*
Price, 4X.60.
1 line ui Ladie?? Doublo-faoed Flannel
wwper?, with bordt-rcd Kobe front*, in
("animal. Gurnet, J an and Gray btrlpM.
Sizes 34, 3t; and 38, at V>
1 iiuo ol f*adie$>'All-wool Tea Gowna, In
Gi iwliu. (iulaen Brown, Tan mid Muck
ntripes. j?r, ttny f)inH)ttul with ribbons and
buckle*. All air.ea. at
1 line of Ladie?' All-wool Flannel Tea
Gowu*. in Garnet. Navy and Gray Htrii?ea.
With rube fionte of plaiu color to match and
collar, cuff, and levers leather stitched. All
?irca. Cff?-r? d at $<?.
l*adiea' French Flannel Tea Gowna. In
Persian *trip?*. tiirht-fittms back and robe
front. Hftrs from 3*2 to 40. Price. * 10.
A atiperior linn of Jn<i>orted Tee (j?/wn^
Atari woe Y*rai?|*ra. Silk W;?Maand Loting
In* Coata; Lauiftft' Loumrimr Coata in ch<>i?-e
patterns of LitK'irth cheviot* and Scotch
worsted plaids, French blanket flannel* and
?ilk*. Theeearo very new. correct stj-ie*.
double broast.Mi \rith wide rolling collar,
satin and cord-edtred fro* fastener*, silk
lined. Price*, from $ 10 to t'^5.
plack Surah Silk Waist*, corrwtlv made
and very styuah goods. Prices, *s.50* iu,
UIO. 50 and *14.
PariH l ea Oowiim, iu fin* all-wool and ailk
material* And *?x<:lunive styles that cannot
be found elsewhere in this city. Prices
range from *1 :i.00 to *75.
iadies' Jacket Department.
Woodward fc Lothrop have never offered
such a stock ill this department nor was ll
ever so well seleebd. Ill style, they bo
lievo they have .11 the best *li2|>e*. In
cloth* they have all the leading materials.
In value, they think they .re very stroOK.
1'iiey mention a lew si>eci.iltics. Remem
ber. they have nmiy style, at each i ric*
nanird and tho upi>cr lit! it is $ ">0.
A <ioiMi-<|iia] ty Ulsck Cheviot Jacket,
tu uMe breanteu. hltfh sleeve*. bound with
braid, perfect fitting All sizes. $5.
A (jood-tinaliiy Heavy 1 willed cheviot
Jacket, in ulack unU Navy, roll collar, truff
listeners. Ail size*. 40
A Good-quality Cheviot Jacket, full roll
collar. d< ub;e breasted, with frotf iMtcnera.
?10. ?Il.
A Ut ud-quality Cheviot Jacket, lienvy
twills, doub.e breasted, shield front, high
fuil aleevea, perfect littniK. 41 li .)U.
An Klotfuut-quality Cheviot Jacket, with
?Iiawl. roll collar. cdKed with Kilt, .ilver
and with ltlackcord, frotrfaateuersto uiatcli.
Only 41:1. .'>().
A Very ?ui>erior Quality Imported Heaver
Jacket, double-breaxi.d, ohield irout, atlf
edtf';l. All sizes. $15.
Aii Elegant Quality cheviot Jacket, fin*
twill, double-breasted, full hiirh sleevea,
front liiied with all-silk faille. ^ i 8
An I levant Quality Ch vlotJ.i k ..double
breasted. ?uie braid b.naiiiK, all-silk rha
dama Unluir. culy at'JO.
An hleifaut yuality cheviot Jacket, full
Mttn lima, v.ith si,awl roll collar ot Astia
klun fur exteadinaf to bottom of Jacket.
Only
Fur Depabtment.
Woodward A Lotlirop offer In thi? depart
ment a choice line of fine 8atiu-!ined Astra
khan Fur Capes, with pointed fronts and
ehawl roll collars ut popular prices.
A full line of Alaaka Seal, ltluek Marten,
Monkey, Beavt-r, Wool .Seal, Kriinmer.
Lauraitor Seal, Nutria an J Coney Capua ut
low price.
Natin-liuod Black Coney Cape, at th. low
price of #5 each.
A full line of Fur Boa* and Collar*.
A cUoico line of fine Mulls, iu all the popu
lar fur-. Also Mutt, to match Capes.
A fuil lino of Wool heal (\i[h-h, with Il'ar'k
Marten shawl roll and plain collars, at low
prices.
Ostrich Feather Boas, In all color*.
New Ostrich Feather bhort Boaa, in til
Color..
Cock Feather Bo..
Co k Fer.ther Short Bom, la all color*.
(Third door.)
IACE DEFARTMEKT.
W'cxiiiward & Lotlirop offer In this depart
ment, ti0dozen Decorative Scurfs, 40x15
inchctf in size, made of eolored Chu a aiik,
with one end of bolting cloth. 011 which
a haLd-raint* d floral deal^rn. Some of thoui
havo fringed and *oiii?< taHHelled enda. 1 ho
colors aro Lixht Bine. Straw, If use, Kile,
Oraujre. Old llose. Mandarin and two ahados
of Lijflit (ireeu. Price 75c. each.
(First door.)
mbroideby Department.
Woodward k Lotlirop ofler in thi* depart
ment 14 pieces 40 inch White Hemstitch)d
Aprouettts, with liem 7 im lies wide und
an.all embroidered design Just ab,\e the
hem. l'ricc. jo, 70, 75, 60, 00 and 41.^0
per yard.
tlrirat door.)
RES8 XrIMMINQ DEPARTMENT.
WOODWARD Si LOTUROP
Offer in this department i
lllack Silk Vandyke l'olnta from 1 to 14
uiciit* de i. tell lr in U?c. to tl'J per yard.
Black silk Gimp in ne.t desiiju trom 1 to
4 Inches wide, sell from #1 to *4 per yard.
Black .-ilk Galloon, wuh Cueniile incne.
w l ie. ?? il tor .>?c? 40c. and 50c. | or yard.
Black > i & Gahoon, from to *J inched
wide, s 11 trom 14c. to it'-I.-'iO l>er yard.
Black Mohair liiudiux Braid, line 14, lt>.
Is, 2()uud sell ior <!5c.. 7oc.. iiilc., #L
Slid $1.10 l>er dozen yards. lilncU bilk
Bindiuir Braid, line 14. 10, IK, '.'o auJ "S-i,
?ell tor 7oc.. UOc.. ijl. #1.10 *ud 4l.ltriji. r
dozen yards. Black ailk heriu.es, Ti th
wliite silk eilge H and 1 inch, sell for lie.
?ml lie. per yard. Narrow Jjl.ick Silk
Braids, Inch wide, T>0c. and 7."?c. dozen
yards (i*ncy eoKe). Black Mohair Sou
tache llrmd, -Oc. and lllk'. dozen yards.
Black bilk Soutache liraid, 7 .">c. dozeu V-inls.
Black Silk Collars, sto.jO c-i.ch. Black silk
Br.id Sets,S~.iij, cousistmK ol collar, culls,
yoke and uirdlo. Black Silk Braid Sleeves,
*4.7o .ud $s j>er pair. Black bilk Set, con
sisting of culls, collar uud (fudle, i5 50.
Narrow Jet Kdtfe, 4\lc., 5uc, 75c. and
fl 50 per yard. Jet Vankyke from
to 5 in. wide ?? 11 from 95c. to 4- 75 per
yard. Jet i'assementerie, le.f d t irOs. from
a to ."Vi in. wide, sell from #1.: 15 io 45.50
I?r yard. Jet Friutfe. ll^in. deep, sell tor
$'J. t Jet Galloon, -)?in. wide, st^tlor^l
and a :.'-.'.i p?r yard. Girdles, in all colors,
for Blazer. 50c. e?'b. lolored silk Gimp
Vandyke, m and in. wide, 'J5, 50 ana
75c. per yard. Colored Suk Gimp, with
Chenille. '_'S4 in. widn, sell for 50<- per yard.
Colored Gimp, with Gilt and Silver, 1 in.
wide sell for ~4c. yard. Colored Silk
Gimp, with Chenille,) in. wide, sell for '..'5c.
Mr yard. Cut St?el I'asseuieuterie, from
H to 3 Iu. wide, sell from 75c. to 41.50 per
yard. Gilt 1'a.H.emeiiterie, from UtolUm
wiile, sell for 38. 40. 50, ?Sc. and i 1.0* i er
yard. Jewel Tiimmimr, H and 1 Hi in wl 'e,
iwtl for 41, $1.15. ,1.50, 41.75. 4V! 75, $5
.ud 4<i l>er yard. Black and Gilt
menterle, 1 uud 1! in. wide, sell for 41.
? 1.50. $1.75 ami f-i. 75 yard. Bl ick Silver
Passementerie, l)t in. wide, sell 41 50 psir.
Bronze Pa**e_meuterie, 1 and lVj in. wide,
sell for 41.50, $1.75 and 4'J isr yard.
Colored Passementerie, leaf desnr i.
?ell lor $1.50 and 4L?.7o yard. Sil
ver Passementerie, 1 in. wide, 46c.
per yar.l. White Bilk Embroidery.
&;<j and ly in. wide, sell lor $:2 05 and 41 "J
Per yard, \vhite Silk Vandyke, i% aml-X
In. wide, .ell lor 50c. and 75c. yard. Per
auin Triuimtiiif, lit, 3 aud 7 in. wide, sell
for 8'_\ 43. 40 ana 410 t>er yard. Feather
TrimmiuK, m Illack ami Yellow, 1'lack ami
Blue, PiUK, Blue, White, Gray, Heliotrop*
ami I'.'ain Black, t-'l per lard. Gilt Cord.
10 and 15c. per yard, silver Cord, Sc.ysrd.
Gilt HoUtacne, 40c. dozen jsids. Gilt
Braid, H.H and & inches wiile, sell for 0,
10 and 14c. yard. Black Mlk olive, 50c.
doz n. Illack Siik Rope Fruiire, $1 and
tl.-J5per yard. Black Silk ami ch uwl*
r nuire. 41.45. 41.70 aud $ 1.75 yard, l'lain
Black silk Kuotted Frintfe. 00c, anil 41.05
yard. B.ack Mlk Hoi* Fnr.ire, with pcu
dautft, $1.35,41.70 and $*J.7o |?er y.ud.
Black Silk Moss Tr.munuir. Ot*-. yard. Col
tired Mohair Galloon. 1H and in. wide,
?ell for 10c. per yard. Colored Mohair Gal
loon, 1 inch wide, Mil lor 6c. per yard.
Jewel&y Department.
WOODWARD fc LOTHROP
Offer in thi* department 100 i>air? of Q,r
tera (n all styles, Willi or without bucklea, at
50. <5c..$l and $ 1.75 per pair.
Anaonia Alarm Clock*, warranted for oc*
year, at 75c. each.
lhe latest novelty?J*e Jefferaon and
Stanley Bracelet* iu Sterling Siivor at $3
each.
Silver Ha Tray*. 75c. each.
Silver Court Plaster cases, $1.50 each.
Solid Oold Thimbles, 43.25, $3.75 and $4
each, .solid Milvcr I himble*, 20, 25,35. 40.
45 and ttoc. each.
Quid Bracelet*, in all the lateat style*, for
25c. to $ IS each.
Fancy Pius for th* Hair, in rold.*llver and
oxidized silver, at 50c. each.
.Gold Fob ChUn*. 60c, $1. $1.25, $1.50,
$2 aud $2.5C each.
A R D ft L
ITIII1 AID V STKX1TB X
800 TTTT n n RBR OO PPP
<? T H H R R OOPf
?J i SI n U r
magnificent stock or dkt
FLANNELS. HANDKERCHIEFS,
CLOTHING. FCRS AND YANKEE
bill and offered at old
NE8E goods. THIRD FLOOR. AND
sks. framed pictured,
THE FOURTH FLOOR. *
oliday Goods Department.
Tfocdward k Lothrop invite special atten*
flout* their new d?*i artm*?Lt?included un
der the stove locattl on tna
fourth floor ot our 10th street extenak>n.
ART POTTERY AND feRtC-A KRlC.
v?m-? ami fancy y.+ r* in H'mtfar.aii?
Do ul ten?Crown unehf?Vrlutu-Cul^
nod atd other war*s-his4tie fly urea-Cupa
and ttaiic?-ra?Fruit bisb?%~ Plate*. Ac ;
French Ch,q/i ( ui>a and saucers?| lain and
Willi aold bauds-new shaies-at *4ac, each.
CLOCK8 AND 13R0K7.ES
Vpwarda ot ftlty d> sicna of M*utl? Clbcks
?Iron-m%rl?ie and onyx cases Will offer
on Monday -vjf> Enameled Iron Mantle
Clock* of the "Anaoota" make?cathedral
lfon?r?halfhur strike-|*riect time
keepers. Price. <4 25.
FRAMED PICTUi:E8 AND CAHTLP
GO-Framed Pictures?*: -e 25 by :?0?
White aud liold?or Old bilvor iraiuea?va
riety of auh)?* ts I rice, $1 95
?r>(i?t rained F.tchtr>K??-by the beet afiista.
nix atylee of Iramca-nuo 16 by 20. Price,
$4 at
? Etchings ? lanrer eir.c?at
(o.lM),
Hutu (kx> Easeia-at 00c.. Hoc., SI .45.tl .7j
ftlid $2.o0 each.
BOOKS AND GAMER
Great variety of Juvenne liooke arid all
the |H,pular Ullmea-"Purcb?M?^,, and -llol
Uih," at 7.?c.
"Mddltdy Winks"?popular 25c. titt il
!.>'? each
Mr* I'arloo's Cook Book?bound in i aper.
Colin let*~witb hoo valuable r?? ei?>1*. Will
a< 11 the so on Monday at 10c. cue a.
Dolls Department.
Our Doll department is complete in erary
Particular. Dresfed I>o.ia?kubb?T Dolls?
Worsted Dolls?Doll Head* aud bodies? ?l?e
cia] Jot of Fine l>o2i3--sii styh ?- -on Mon
day? at ih">c. each. Six styles?smaller
sizes?at 45c. Both liues are exceptionally
g"ood value.
Men's FuRNisniKG Departments
Woodward k Lothrop offer in this depart
partuient a full iu?e of lilack Underwear,
ihcdeinaud for novelties in M* n'? Lnder
wear now includes the Faxt ttiack. 'ihey
nave a handsome line of Imported Heavy
Kibt>ed imibnirirau Shirts and Drawers
winch are much favored. Sec them in the
Men's Department.
Also lJia< k Hall Hose. Their different
lines of this clana of gooda ure *rreat lavor
ites. 1 hey have both weights?medium and
heavy. Color guaranteed. 2o? 35 and 50c.
per pUr.
(lirst floor.)
Corset Department.
Woodward k Lotbrop off^r in this depart
ment Drab "It. & G." Corse U*. made of koihI
quality Coutll. two aide Steele, extra lonif
waisted. lii>rh lu tin* bum, and nniMud with
r d, blue and tfray atitchin^;. bizts 1 s to 'J4.
Pr.ce ai.
li ack "K. & G." Coracts. medium length.
Pri< ?- 81.
Better quality, mad# of fiatine, extra Ionic
wui?tcd and two aide atecla on the litis.
Price $125.
(Second floor.)
Linen Dktartment
Woodward k Lothrop invite special atten
tion tu their nui vrb .I ek of lablr Naj cry.
7!i-inch (ieriimn and Irish Sauij-t:ul?i.ed
DauiiiMk il ptu yard.
% Nai'kms tu match. ?U..riO per dor-n.
NapkuiH to matcli. $:!.o0 i*r dozi u.
i-'-iNta Gtrmau Double Liainaak, j 1.25
per yard.
Nai kina to matol), $5 per dozen.
Tz-tncii German aim I ruh K^ut l. Dainaak,
extiuia tely d<-siicnail aud fluiahed, % 1.70,
?mi ~?> |n r yard.
-Napkins to uiatcb, S5, SO. $0.50 and
$ i ..>0 per dozen.
?Jx J Vyard \v ide Daniaak. SI.50. S2, S-'.25
and 42.50 per yard.
?1 .Napkins to match, S"> per dozen.
10k dozen tiue Bleached (teriuan Damask
Napuina, good lutnuaic value. t3..jU per
dozen.
50 dozen 1Bleached Dainaak Doyllea.
$ 1.50 per dozen.
A now and beautiful assortment of Fancy
Da-uaak 11 u k and Blrdeje 1 owela, hein
stitclied atul urlth delicat< lj colored t>ordera;
colors guaranteed: 25, It7k, 50. 75c., *1.
?1.25 aud SI.60 each.
A full line of John S. Brown'a famous
Belfast Table liamaska in Pattern CloUis,
aize lrom 8-4 to 211-4.
.Na| kins to match in \ and Zi sizes.
#Se?'otid door )
3IcSLIN XJxDEBWEAE DtPARTMENT.
This department is now occtipj-inir tha
whole Hco.ml floor of our new lOili street
extens-ion, iriviuir uiucu needed space for tlie
disi lay and ^ale ot our luaKUiiiccnt stK-k of
I.adies' Underwear, Oowna, rUemiae,
ltrawers. Ck>r>-et Cover*. tVa k.nv Skirts and
L'ndeiskirta, mudeof mull,French naiiiMHik,
cambric ai.d lnUfl n, trimmed with embroid
eries m all the latest designs. ai.?o itcea of
all ilescriptiona. bimrna, Hor--nt ne, Cuinsr.
Medici, iorclion, Italian ana P.aue \ allen
deuues.
We wish to call special attention to our
Dew line of Nl-'Ut Dresses, asour styles were
never so handsome or couiidete before,
bjn c.'al attention to the >hafe an J tit.
One ot the newest features is our Fine
Chainbrajr uoklh, lu plain colors and stripes.
Pcriect styies.
Fltunel Traveling Wrappers and Bath
Rol.es. ii.a. e of fine French Ol>ero Flannel,
in ail cob>rs and the novelties of diilereut
colored stripes. Allsizca.
\Seai. making a specialty of Sill. Night
Dresses and Neirligvs m all ?'olors, j lain and
effective.y trimmed in laces and ribbons.
S Ik Walking hkirts m H.itah. Ulace,
Tat), ta and C. iua Silk, plain and quilted.
L'uder Skirts in China Silk, different
colors, elaborately irimuicd in l'latte Valen
ciennes Lai e.
Woolen Bnlraoral Skirts, made of Melton
Cloth ami! laimel. plain ut:d trunisied,
lu erbkirta o! five 1-r ncli Opera FlanneL
plain, t; k e d and enibroidi r. d. all color .
Knitted L'nder Skirts, ail colors, t>laia and
striped
hkirt Patterns in all the latest designs and
colors.
1 la .uel Lressing feacques in uniijuo
designs.
An extensive assortment of Nurses'
Aprons, with plain hem, tucked, embroidered
aud scalloped.
Black Lawn Aprons for Ladies aud Chil
dren .
Corset Covers, nicde of fine Muslin, with
two rows of cluster tucking down the Iront,
Pompadour nock, finished with an edge oi
embroidering. 8izes 114 to 40. Price lllc.
Nurses' India Linen Aprons, ?ith a seal
loped ruffle edged with braid. Price 25c.
A large a-sortmeut of Nurscu' line AproM
in different styles and i ricoa.
(Second Boor.)
Notion Department.
Woodward & Lothrop aro offering Great
Bargain, in this department.
Needles Books containing 150 Needle^
assorted, 42 ami 50e.
'loiuato l- ineries in different aiaea. 10c..
25c. aud 5oo.
Key l.acks, 02c.
OloVe Necessaries, SI.
Vash Silk-. 50c. a dozen skeins.
I sdies' silk Hose supjHirters, with and
without belt.
Indies' Cotton Hose Supporter., with and
Willi, ut belt.
Children's Hose Supporters.*
Paney Garters made of the boat quality of
?ilk elastic.
l'ancy Usrter Buckles.
Pcrlect-Dtting Waist and Sleeve Liniara
at 50c.
Fedora Dress Shields.
(loodyear's Seamless Stockinet Drej.
Shields.
Pea. hor-weight Dress Shields.
Single tiepellent Dress .>hield%
Double Itcpellout Dress Shields.
Every i^air wsi rantcd.
100 ass rted Hair Pius in a box. 5c.
A large aasortuient ot Dress Buckle.In th*
latest style, 24c. to *1.75.
A large assortment of Fancy Metal But
tons. Crochet Buttons and Tailor Buttons.
Fan And Pocket Book
DEPARTMENT.
Woodward k Lotbrop ar. offering neh
bargains iu this department as?
Gauze Fans in White. Piuk. Lavender and
Lemon at SI 25. Sl-75. S2. S2.60, S3,
S4.50. SO. ?s and S10.
Ostrich Fans in all colon, with real shell
and pearl sticks, S12, Sid, SIS. ?20. *23
and S26.
oi>ers Olasses in white sad smoke pearl,
SO 50. S>0.60. Sll. S12, S13.50. S23, t2&
aud S20.
Initial Purse, in three ahadM Brown, Tan
and cirav. Toe.
Shopping Ban. Mar Russian and oozeskin
and brosdcloth, doc.. #1. SUtS. (1.45.
>1.75. S2.2o and taSo.
Writing Tablet, in msI and imhunid
Uathar. SL3*, SI.60, Sl-75, ?2, ?e.M
and S3.
OTHROP;
OI1IVIII
QlU Is A*N Ol'FOKTUMTT
IT SPEAKS FORCIBLS
rr 18 TRUE-BUT
FOB CASH ONLY
ENDING NOVEMBER 3, 18?a
A S-pi?ee Solid Antique Oak Btd Room Salt*.
Seduced from _ 115 50 to $?4.H5
A 8-piece XVI Century Solid Oak Bed Room Rulta.
Kniuced from $.>5.50 to $24.85
k 3-1 ix* Solid Antique Oak C*d Room Suite.
**oa? $*8.50 lo (22,10
k Hand<ome Maple Bed Room Suit?,
3-| lecea and tirui tnininnrs.
From? ?50 to S34.75
500?Solll Oak Hirh-back Chair.
wood seat and hi*Uy polished. at. ...^..,.$1.86
Well worth $3.
250?Solid Oak Rorkinc Chair.
to match above, at ?....?.,.|1.#0
Fully worth $3.25.
100?Extra gin Solid Oak Rocker,
Wlihhiirh bark and *ooden (eat. hixUr
polished ........ $2.00
Keduccd from 44.5U.
1000?Solid oak Chain.
Kedtictdfix.nl #1.35 to 93c
Our Sol d Oak Tables
(also in 6 other wood*)?worth twicc what
wo ofler them for .... $1.26
4 e:ir load of G feet Solid Oak Kitension
Tables ............. ?7.70
B? aura an J ses these.
A lartrc number of 8olid Oak 8-foot Extension
Tablu* $10.20
Excellout value.
Our Fine Woven Wire Spring.
KadWed from *4 to ...$2 70
Our E!?tfint $75 Parlor Suito, In Im. tapeatrr or
ailk I'i-Jbh. with spr.n# ed*e....... $53.60
.TLIU3 LANSBURGH.
IMPUKTEB OF DllAPERIES.
It Certainly Pays
TO PROVIDE PLEASANT quarters
FOR THOSE WHOM WE INVITE TO
B. V Ol It SHOES. THAI' WAS SEEN
AT ONCE IN THE VOLUME OF
TRADE 1HAT HAS ALWAYS
BOUGHT OUB STORE, AND IS STILL
FURTHER PROVED By THE IN
CREASE IN SALES SINCE WE
ADDED SO MUCH ROOM AND LIGHT
TO OUR ALREADY BRIGHT STOKE.
OUR LADY FRIENDS HAVE MORE
ROOM. ODRGENTLEMEN FRIENDS
HAVE ALL THE LARGE BEAK END
OF THE STOKE.
OUR SHOES ARE THE KIND THAT
BEAR THE LIGHT; HAVE NONE OF
TilE FLAWS OF CHEAPENED SHOES
TO BE COVERED BY darkness.
IT ALSO PAYS LARGELY
TO HAVE THE PRICE OF OUB GOOD
8HOES A LITTLE LESS THAN YOU
EXPECTED. SO THAT YOU ARE CON
VINCED BEYOND DOUBT THAT IT
IS NOT ONLY PLEASANT. BUT PRO
fitable. To DEAL WITH US.
YOU KNOW THE SHOES ARE GOOD.
AND WHEN SHOES THAT YOU
WOULD JUDGE WORTH SIX DOL
LARS COST YOU ONLY FIVE. YOU
BUY QUICKLY' AND WONDER THAT
YOU SO LONG STAYED AWAY.
BRB TT TT RRR 1I I r "? ,F.5.
BHUURR T * S
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ARTHUR BURT k COL.
035 1211 t 8T. N. W.
B* E[. STINEMETZ & SoNS*
FDR DEPARTMENT.
Entrance 413 13th a tract.
8ealskin jackets?
Raised should rs. full rolling collar* #140, $150,
<173, $200. These Jacket* were purchased before
the recent advance In aeal and cannot be duplicated at
present pricea.
FUB SHOULDER CAPES- ^
In sealskin, mink, black martej. astrakan. Full
stock to select from. Sea our close fitting new Mtierc.
FINE PLUSH
Jackets, Wraps and Sacquea. Rosier Jacket* with
handsome fur collars and facings.
Lowest New York Pricea.
B. H. stinemetz k BOSS.
Hatters and Furrier*.
a20-3in PENNA. AVE. AND 13TH ST.
Two Items Of Special Interest.
A LADIES' DIAGONAL AND ROUGH
cloyh jacket at $5.
A LADIES' astkacham SHOULDER
CAP at $4 50. They are both derlu.d
bargains and w>- vrwdicl a larve sale on both.
We would call your attention to our line
of LADIES' fall AND WINTER SKIR1S
from SO cents to 4tJ. Thev are all made
to our Hpeoial order aud are full eixe. Made
with yoke bauds.
FALL AND WINTER UNDERWEAR.?
Ladles' Ribted Vests and Panta, 25c., 75c.,
el ??il $ 1 3S.
Ladies' Plain Wool Vesta and Panta, 35c..
50c.. 75c., $1, $1.25 and <1.50.
MtN'S ODER WEAK?W Lute at 60c to
{2. Natural. 61 to <2 ht*1, $1 u> $2.
leu's r-ccicU Wool bulru and Drawers at
60c , well worth 7ac.
ClJlLDRtN'S UNDERWEAR from 15c.
FOSTER celebrated 11D GLOVES?
$1.25 quality lor $1.
? 1 50 " - *1.25.
$2.00 ~ " $1.75.
special In LINEN HUCE TOWELS at
12Hc.. lac-. 20c. aud 26c. Those were all
bought before tl?e new tar if! bill weal into
affect.
CAKE ART k LEIDl
928 7th at and 70t} E at. n.*
Philadelphia Store. o25
Re M.OCEBEE & Co.
1203 P ST. H. W..
Tor the Mst 10 dan will make (pedal prioss ?
Ladles' and Children's Fine Shoes. Call and Will
be rarprlsed at the prices we are aellin* irooda at. We
inmnloeM and mart aaaka room. AH roods at
reduced pricea. 6 different atria* M Ladles' $4 Boots
at $3.00. * eU-lw
Will Fill Oicoi
tor the following
KINDS OF CAUL
WHITE MOCKTAUL
GOLD LEAP.
AXGEL FOOD.
?out
tux 8 HI XX.
X. W. BUBCHKLI*
1326 P at.
Homn Special Attractions.
Dress C" <Wto. 1 nmmlnff ?tJ U-ortl be f.mnd
mentioned ta this colama at apertal pricee far Hob.
day. Quits aa tntereeun? ua tkoal Bibboaa aud
eoias etlcoQie Okv? saw*.
?\ A l: A I! r
a a U Na_
AAA II K 5
rrp a a
F
* 4 U
ItRR OO T T A
K K O O V Y AA
RRK O O TT A A
, .. I *
k K O U Y AAA L
b u oo r a a llll i
Did yon eeer ttop to think how It U that now an?
then wr offer Ribbone at half tbe nana! inon! of
course there's aa explanation. To N*1U wltli there ta
generally a ecrew It? ee somewhere. Either "tie tha
maker or importer fiafe the victim. not ua. Take, luf
luiturt, the Kitra-bearjr Ut4 (imii Mlk Ribbone w
are offsnnr. 1t% lulira aide for 14 rente and 2t? im tie?
vide tor 11* oviiU, Yi>u Uve only to handle llieee bib
boue to know tbey are really worth 50 and rente a
yard, but how ran you afford to eel! them at 14 aul
ll> oer.U' you Tbtaubow: 1 tieee fcil>t<<>re wera
n.auufactuied for brltiiio aud by eume tuiatake wera
made not eufttrlently heavy, our t-nyr had ?it
euourh to aee tbe> were ?uat tbe we..lit lot bat tilui
n:uirf? audaa tbat lact did not *tn?e the maker tbey
wi re ck e.'J out to u? at nominal rruea.
Each ot the epcc'.al k'ta?ca.1 them )<b 1 ta If yoa
like?with which we are Dow eupriaiur yoa, bae ita
history. but remember thla, NO UAMtutU 111b
1KINS. NO BAD COLO Kit in any of the lota
30 (,'ENTs for 3-inch Black Moire, with satin eJ*a,
tbat would be (cod value at 4o ceuta.
20 Cl-N IS for 3-lncb black U.U. Bibbona. w :th
aatluedire. Those 4 a id 5 inches wide 25 route a
yard. Tbeee are liat Trianainf U.bojus aud wed
wortb dvi.L.e the prices.
ti CtN 1S lor 1 -inch lllark Q O. Ribbons, satlu ed*?.
l(4mclwNitau. 2 inches 13 ceuta. Not such
quality ua the liat Ribbon* but half price Ju?t tba
same.
5 CENTS for 1-Inch Double-faced Satin Ribbons
All the art shades. i or fancy work |?r irtrllrna. Tl?e
g ualiucs foe tb?. pr'oss have luetic tb ae ribbons to*a
talk.
Width la inches.... 1 IV l?t 2 *-H 3
Price per yard...... 6c. 7c. 9c. 11c. lit ljl
I be laet yards ot tbeee ribbon* are in sight.
Kit ( t.Ms for 1 5-inch Surah Silk bashes, to Piuk?
Lltrlitfaud Dark blues, Cream. Navy. t1 .25 quality.
Tbc two hundml piecea would have been rone In a
day were Saab lublK. ua a little more fasbionsble. Oulf
hi teen piece* reuiaiu aud tbey sbomd fv Muiutar.
10~Above we bare quoted tbe Job lota that we comt
by every now aud tbeu. They oouie aiid ?o like tba
cool apelIt we have been bavin*. bt'T IX'VT FOR
GET (Il k REGULAR STOCK. Nowhere elee aa larva
or ua comp ete a variety of Velvet Ribbous or of hue
li ti, and Moire kiltbvue. You kuow.aud eveuoorcuui
petitora muni adiult. Wc have tbe Wr*?ai lubboB Da.
partiucut lu town.
THE I'ALA IS BOY Ale
(Continued below.)
7*4cl W arr a mud Kid Gloves.
At ihe commencement of each eeae-u we JietnbuM
ac> uiaii) buudred duKeiia of our >/'/.' 7A /.///.* at tlie
whoieealo pru'ee. by ao dulUK we make bui.diede of
u> w patroua, who ouiy too tfiaUiy t?i' r>*uiar i iicea
later.
fob a few datb lonoeb.
81>c. Elarrilz or 1 -.gr I in Moueque-.airee .^ 4c
St. 4-Luttuu Cudrt-aeed Kid Uicvoa ?4e
Mk-. 4-buttou Warre..ted fcidtiiovea ................7Ae
Wbc.8-buttoU Luoreeaed Kid Uouaxuetairoa ?HC
Alao (rectal pricee for Indies' Beat t'ndreaaed Kid of
huode Miruxjueiairva, >tn et aud eituuw ?ue.iea.
buttom. 8 l'J lti 20
tTioc $l.Ti |2.U a-Ik) $J.'iS
liave a pair tned ou. at our riek, aud you will
atlunl tbla claim; htty are (/?< htM ^wi'i ill <t a /a
bit tv produce.
TBE PALAIS BOVAL
(Contlnaed below.)
A T
biple Special Sale.
l>r*e? Goods, Truumium and I?cea at epecial price*
for October -7. W8, -'a.
DKEss Ooobb.?The following popular et) lee bare
been adjudged uuiiaunll) Kovvi va.uea at tbe n?u.al
price*:
Beiralir SperiU
tl .Cc*. pi ta. ?.
&i)c. Check and Stripe Suitinw atio
ht)c. Plaid andStrij* St ive*......,.........,........ til*c
t- beet Entrlmb bl'oadc ollw ..... t 1 75
SUc. Winter-wei#rbl Ladie** Clotb....... .............Oaa
black t ilka, lnmuuuifa aud Lacua at 1U per veut off
the marked price*.
Let ua look critically at tbcae rood*.
The 50c. StiTiNos I'or 39c
1 heae Kultliura are full HX lucbea wide. 1 be Cherka
in pretty color combinatioua? Two Giaj a, two tiiUea,
two Browue, twoUreeiia, 'lerraCottaa d oray.Ovidea
brown aud Navy. The liaiue eo-iaily aa pretty ?
Orucn aud Uray. Navy aud Gray. Golden browu aud
bcal.
the PALAIS BOYAL.
(Continued below.)
80c. Sebges Hob g9a
Tbe?e SOc 1 laid* aud Striji-a arc ao well known thai
?e ueed only write tiUc. liunuK tbe fpecial nale.
-1UE PALAlb BOYAL.
(Continued below.)
$2 Broadcloths Fob t^l*7o*
5) lucbv* wide. Colors: Gray*. Castor, oolden
Bn.wm Mine. Lielu tri/jw. black. Navy, lerra Cotta,
Ellli'L SeaL Su. b u hxI value are these broadclotha at
*?" tliBt those lu tkek at tli-oOa yard have been eeil
Uig alowly. Price for choice duriua the Special bide
ouly tl.7i A YABD.
tbe PALAIS BOYAL.
(Continued below.)
80a LAD1E8- Cloth Fob 69c.
Tboae who appreciate tbe combination of ll.-btn<-*?
aud warmuese tbia all-wool material aCurd* will ubif
too tciadly avail themselves of tbe b|<e> ial Sale Prtce.
the PALAlb BOYAL.
(Continued below.)
5ilkb Reduced Is I\ice
For Thursday, Friday and Faturday.
10 per cent discount on all Black Silks. Take 10 per
ceut off tbe pricee quoted below aud yoa ret i'O i*r
cent better valuta than usually prevail. Samples will
tall you ao.
OCR BLACK SILK specialties.
Faille Francaiee. (1.1119. ?UU>. tl.Mk SI M.
Roy al Armurc, <1. al 25.
Rh dalmlr and l'eau de Soia, (L 41 'Jo.
Hatin Rhadaiue. i 1. 11.25.
Gme Grain. ?1.11.25, ?1.3?, tl.SO. ??. *2 25.
IVKheu you call leave the address of frleuds lirlnff
out of town aud well be Klad to seud them earn plea ut
theae ailka.
TBE PALAIS BOYAL.
(Continued below.)
T'biuxinqs Reduced In Fricc
FOB OCTOBER 27. 28. 2V.
Tau par cent discount durm* the 8|>ecial Sale *
A selection from the moet varied atock in the city ti
offered at 10 percent off the marked pnoea.
jewel Trimmium from al.hu to yard.
bilk and Tinsel Triuim.iun. 20c. to 45.3o yard.
Jot and Steel Iruiinuuca. 5oc. to ?? yard.
Jet and Persian Trimu.Intra. |4 20 to (15 yard.
bilk aud Jet l naaui.uir*. (2 to (5 yard.
Ostrtcb Feather 1 nmmiuira, ? 1. OS to (2 yard.
Ostrich Feather bom*. ?d Uh to (20 each.
Bilk Frtntres, 50c. to (ti yard.
bteel and Jet I riufea. (1 to (1.50 yard.
Jet Gimp Trlmmin**, 50c. to (7.20. yard.
Black Silk Gimps, 25c. to (5.40 yard.
Colored and Steel Glmpe. aiic. to (ti yard.
r.veuiur Irimmluca (Jewelsand leathers)? (2 0B
yard.
Hr-Tsa per cent off above prices, alao the many in
termediate prices.
THE PALAIS BOYAL.
(Coetinned below.)
Laces At Reduced Prices.
<10 per cent Dtacouat. I
If J"on will only trlanre at the display In la-*' oeoter
wlmkiw you'll learu auiueihiu<r about the vai wty aud
beauty oI our L~o>a tor atiaet aud evemur wear, ke
member, 10 par oeut uftliei ricee yoa eee marked um
tbe mode la the wln4ow until Wednesday eveuiuc.
PALAIS
ROYAL
A. USNCR.
o25 Oar. 12th at and Pa. a?^

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