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WASHINGTON. MWp 24. low. CSIMS g. so E ...... ....... V= ZVaLm SWAM Ins a remiaer and 3es m a ereua"$em t W--M--"- tshe. "e. tarersels she. to am eth-r paper I. sb etsy. A. a leael NEWM saper ai Ad. veet eing memis am me mmeetser. The proviso inauded by the House in the -ver and harbor bill. affecting the Potomac flats. was a msot unreasonable one. The stipu lation that no part of the SI.sW appropriated *ab be expended until the suits now pending. involving title. shall be decided in favor of the government, inserta a condition for which there is. no logical juatlication. It is desirable that the Potomac Bats litigation shall be hastened to a decision s promptly as is consistent a ith, ,roper preparation of the case by the govern smeit. and some unobjectionable provision could doubtless be devised which would have this effect. But the river front improvement ought not to be made dependent upon the result of this litigation. for it is stated authoritatively that a decision adiverse to the government will mean only that the goverunent iab pay dam ages to the claimants. representing the value of their land at a date prior to the beginning of dh improvement, when the lots were water lot and confessely almost werthisse. senator Ransom, referring to an act peased by Con gress which made provision for protecting the government's interest in the matter of this leg iintion. mid in the Senate: "The biD after pro viding that a suit all be brought to settle this question against all parties claiming adversely to the United States, and after providing fully to have all these titles settled and settled promptly, contained this important provision: That if any of these parties had any claim what ever which could be established in court the same court which determined their claim should settle the amount of damages to which they were entitled. and these damages were to be es timmted as of the time when this improvement commenced and not afterward. Igo then, what ever may happenwhatever may come to pas, the ruited States would only have topay what would he amessed as damages for real estate that every body knew was absolutely worthlesn before this improvement was made. It is not improper, furthermore. for me to my that it has been the opinion of the judiciary committee. it ha. been the opinion of the Department of Justice, it hs been the opinion of the commisaoner of public lands, and it has been the opinion and judgment of every legal mind that has looked into this question, that these adverse pretentions to the rights of the United States were absolutely without foundation." The sudden death this morning of Senator John 1,4. Barbour of Virginia gives a shock to his friends in Congress and elsewhere. Al though not a robust man, he was always active in the discharge of his duties and was eagaged up to the last moment of his attendance an the Senate yesterday in maatters e public interest to the District. Once chairman of the District committee in the House and now a member of the Senate District committee, he took a deep interest in local afairs. To the democratic party in Virginia Mr. Barbour. like so many other, of his family, was both leader and men tor. A prudent and far-seeing rather than a brilliant man, he rendered valuable service for many years in restraining the hotepurs and in giving his people sensible advice. The Barbours are a historical family. the late Senatr's father. John S. Barbour, senior. his cousins. Senator and Secretary James Barbour. and ex-Speaker and Jusice Philip Pendleton Barbour of the UVised tates Iupreme Court. as wel as later members, being well known in the history of the republie and the state. Logical debaters in e1gese, able members of the cabinet or min hiers at foreign courts, governora of the state, Wiherever placed, they stand with the foremet man of their respective generatio.. TheI pblic more highly approve the Balti more and Ohio's plan of abolishing its grade rosmngs by the erection of an arched nasonry insduet of the Berlin type than the Pensyl vania's plan of sinking and bridging its tracks to accompish the samm purpose. but the main thing is to get rid of the gradecressings, and as the Pennsylvania indicates its intention of depewing its track so far that the most im portant streets can pam over them without ma brial change of grade, the public beneAt from The change will be vast, and the city whose wel fare is thun promoted will not pick Uews in the method of improvement, if the Pennsylvania Itself is willing that its terminal shall be in this sspect inferior to those of its competitor. One of the novel and important features of Se Washingtou post office as instaled in the new temporary qarters is a bureau of in formation, such as in found in all large. we regulated railway offices. This is an invalmhale additiou to the accommodations provided for Mepublic. Any person heretofore desiring to be informed as to any matter connected with the offee has been referred to some particular effcial, and sometimmes has had to coasult amore than one to obtain the desired ir-telligence. By the present arrangement this information is procured at one place. It is a saving of time and a means of getting at things more defi nitely and fully. New Mexico demnocrats seem to be believera bn the rule that two negatives are equivalent tn an affrmative. They have dleclaret for free coinage and elected a Ed'levelandl delegation to Chicago. The diffculty in thai. case is not to decide what the affrniatite is thab the two nuigatives declare, for it im latent that they subordinate the issue to the man who is against them. on it, but to tind in public opinion a standing ground for themoselv-es. A party that desires the nomination of an anti-free-c~oinage eandidate cannot be very much con--erned abent free coinage as an absorbing issue. Uepresentative Hoar's resolution to prevent the exercise of favoritism in the government priating offce is naanifestly intended in the in tervets of justice. It may. however, be a source of me=tfation to those who have been d~ie to feel that their safety is no longer dependent sin a structure that asdangerous. The salaries that they lose represent a good deal to pay for life insurance, but if the disster to the build. leg, which amy happen at any time, should soem emer they may have reasoa to blews their weeing misfortune. Senater Germa does not baleve that these iso--y in parsaye. As the cuntry gee. ha thinks. Its expenditures reasonably grow. The Gorman idea is diferent f rem the Nemman idea. Which is the democvatie idea, mawe beth are democeratic leader. clted with Mmbiy as with a garment? Pesgple who are disposed to habitenlg ridi.. emis the mere elaborate eSerts of medimi. snamse wiD be interested in the epiunasm of the & imphysisa who declares that a sl heating as the beet ----- of treating bputssia. 'Eheme as deeM-d danger of becoming altsgsc too peamaL The gosetsa iaf whether or not Mr. Cleveland enlied Mr. I~a "smnile old man'' is -n et mink higstase. Ist it be d--sed pompy a pesptb -s to be permissed to aid U~ietsesate lasteea fer then.. be whe Mr. Na'e peue am~ is, to deep, 1 is gletag hei69 ssene to T e Stte -s gewuetry Maim's laM masa misbe en reuube M Umm == ===5-sm ifa l ei~ -Wom. m AND T E v. .W. N.W S.. sIr.. The maywhe ami"at hS. ressisMer With Lr amm'' as e ar S em sht. 'hes esay a h The ame show - are .aarln.eaeawm tion. We have all kias u SOM m. 219. With the "waam o Ost sse time and haved' emer e ae , Os Paramin. and yOUah bmaieyd e n amehe mset Your old -ne. a the styles of this nsamesm such a decided ebene fram ]a yeWa'. We coulunmm-l the seas with a lage sad miwe aaortnent (not a Single one from last year among the Sumber). The bust eviene tha they were the pper eote b the shr time they stayed. Every Parma yemn me here Imlday. with bgt a Var Sew egapton. ietrand-mew-horghwas~eah. Curet,esary 0"f them. ID syle sad pAie. LADIES' MLACK PARASOnS. At 62.5....Lerantime Mm. Slok heale At 27....Winmbr alk. Weh be.M.a. A*tf ..evGrs SiRM. MMb @eMAWL. At I3M ...8Bim mhadame. brocaded bgU6Ue. 46$ s..smmk andles. At Io ... Suab om. irsmpsnt ereacabi - Crved black handle. At&5.0 ...Iace trimed, hm-a-- aet. To SU.0 agent. LADIES' WUITE PARaMONU At 625 ...Sarah Wnk. Ise1e haamm. At S3...sah SiLk. ruMe fsam. 3.50. ...Srah am. ree 4 @M At S3. .. n..e eraia Slk. At OS.0... ee Spai SM Omn-==. White raw and handles. At A.7....Sarb Silk. ref ge qsM resett on top. LADIES' FANCY PAhrAOK. LA 12. ...mtiStripedaB.mpgaia-Tan. Ger net. Gray. Mode end Navy lne. At S2.50... .Ivstme n,-Uavy fls, Tam. ermat. Gsy and Beu. anwever Whit. ipe. At 97S..All-silk Swab-lack with Ned, Ta- with wn. ea with lack ad NavyBlue with Whiteetripe snorted headle. At 1@75 ...Chaeble Silk, plain er smbe. itO 6.5 with er witheut Cevue. chais si-rtia of handle. At $10 ...meavy Quality Grme graft g and 0150 Coachinag-Mavy ta. 6erst, Gray and Tam-with e wiftbm coverS-matural elub 1t1 1. At S6.O.. Figured India Silk, sute sMIe 86.50 of mame. detachable. handls Lyoms' make. LADIU' 5-INCE BLACK 5UN UMrU - LAS. AL .10.. .lri Silk. Black or Natural Wee" stick. At W-0, ... Winmfr Sik. Umk e Metinal and O.50 Wood stcka. CUILDREN' PARAMOES. All celhsatW 5. 73 ., 51. 61 ,2 $1.50 1.75 and S. At @L....21saned badia1. At 3.. Pifnt isdia S1i6 lSe II.. (First oor ...................1th st. bet=dg.) ABOUT TakmEuso RzaIsu. At vmm th earh mmmer almost aeay town dweler is translated into a sme. tourist. The tran.lation is material, tee. am -inag wante t wmany masi The e my has of a fsehoe in Augt e the in iration of mountain clHibng in July may net ha en d without peeparatiom. The old "ekM mat be replaced by anew oue and *1pt in a trunk" dameanam wisdom in the ebokc of a truamanlweeI. Many a contrivaes, bpf and compact. man be bad to ag wan that the abs.mce of hoom comfntas will m" in t-aa and mmolntg if not provided for. A litte bmbetheught ewil my OStOmfSrt thr. Eves if you are not a tourist you'll and it a diibcult matter to get along without a tMak. It saerma chsiner sad wardree and Ien as a "Isf dOeia" Am trinkets to be kept from paying eyes. A lasge percentage gf the people of Wasbingteo me tourists from a local smad point-moving from place i Place amwy thma dwing the year. To sueh pssons a truak maam much ad ls sismply indipm.he. IUt a show you our stack. You'll And It mmwehemlsve one. eovering my trunk wad you carn .o..alm have. Trimas of every kind amd ii. frm. a large PACKING TECNE AT Wie. to a GEI013E SOLE LEATER TRU3E AT LADIES' SARATOGA TRUNES; leather coveted;sa e nm bindigs; man..eal krn clamjjn; bard-wood elate; three strap hbmp; haeavy leather ham.u.a; sheet Iron bottom; bra kwa-k; seed leek belta; adt-up team with het ben. :tS-in. I 50in. 3-in. 35-in. E $6.5 1756 750 H AND BAQI. Your life Is not complete nlems yeu have the "Gd rip" to serve fer amih out ot town orieo carry the Iimeabi. msab by yme aide ou the train e boat. Your asies hare hasa Idly .ata-tai thin dswses. A good Egfor ordinary noe Is the followIng, wade ot Ca..e Imt. f alm-... niely ln. strong heandle. nickel traman. four santec stem tire om bottom. hAy aas from l0in 16 inebe....................................@a. REIAZE AU.E VALUE TEEBE. REAL AIJOeA'T0E CLUB BAGS;1l..ther lined; leather-caela hme aml inlay; lamide pocket; aichel lock ad catesa.; anfl~s. bemlise; h poselmo tipem bettem. 1h0-td . 11-ge. 15-th. 1 . . 14A . 3&m. 16S . 17i 60 N es tree u w . W Al namb-.=heacn. WW ey tmt wi th m b ew S oh a fr'"We wge ash ndeei sm armt hhitim, e hi b s ad 3ma. SWe de all oia t em luii deksea m d hi hint eakMa.ts e m Yewr tem ea bean&esa ibemnt ..................mas. %) S.. 8n N.. E.6. We aa ts. m s sm = UWe e. a m am& Ma...................'.J mane, -sMlss u aniit m.M Afl ".A FOR US Ln Suu. F=.. Corso A3 ale oeir et the openistet t Wma "aeseme ee ae Sana emM estms hee reassa te know t W pi.,.....i......thait tU Maeiy "Yfos fth ai BOYl-1 n& and t are superior; that t breidery, at ocly look well hut we ad hense bethamia ad uuua; eve loe we am afford to mae pn "as veuok .te Qualmse." mu Sovnm. O, T. "Ouxn of T. Suimu sIaSo. := T=E PAws ReiA Uv73.wn D... ef the Usseoem . ThU laoew coer wtAdiw display will give am ian of the new style.. See below for t reduced,,.esdteted. as so..ee .- -te o. 5c. Gazmxr. Fo3 43. Cambric Cosnet Covers and Drawers sad TeAst Cot tomewas. Marts sad innea. mare's a Gown the equal af which you have bale see Marked S. To IN has Mother Euambbd y with si cltr f tee-bunch tucks. ePmrie raue at ffout, neek and slesee. to na tuinsg 4 Vte "atreng poeits." Nor en we tell yen. To mum ss-me the material, note the ON&h. the lomgth nd bredth; learn that po a nbe Stted, whether amamailly sail or lasa. And so with this skitn marked 5e. It has seven-inch cambric jounce and tena tksbut bow Ma we show in an advertisement that it is a nmemos skirt, in material, with ad Sash? ye must se this lomg tabe piled high with several hundred garments to select tem. 68c. GADm.NT Fox 59c. Th.eo. . ki.. car. 0-ma Cove. and cosses we marked Mr.. but your eyes will te you Ati7e. is p 2eev Wise 9r gasm e 3* them. For ianae: Ths Gow with surplice neck ad claster tucks=a& fau sleeves. Esuine it cer1tp. ote the bseyoke. be. Cayou teh it efsewseevsem at 75eestie 85c. GAWamn Fos 69c. To poit to sma eaassut would he nviMoo, sae s maMp werthy reprseemtattve" of the Palais Royal are here, m styls of gown. saming which these with new atstumn-overealrand cufts. Four styles et Skirts. Including those with rok bads. do - s tasa tnmersable. Six styles of Coret Coen of amet cambric. lace and cmhm tr * CheiesadDrawere in equal $1 GAn-xr. Fou 84c. Ift eu knew the m n et thought sad hard work haners pese wVeo fast a peculiar, t eet in Si Undergarmans. We aserheate eomestrate all our giasso as to poodues the east pahie Ol gar mast. We sed think we hare the best. If the Mob Royal von to write th it has the hest, the buses of ether -largeahlisnem would heel we were not justitied he s ctatmg.withet atleasta chance of coaeie. Sm. eat of epert he aipstttss. we make enly thin. claim: That noeother .sb~tAkent he. anything like the eriety V OI garments. It is for the reeder to sy who 00ers the h eat amaterials ad styles. aish and It. Here mae -cn et our Gowns we pus berwrd as our champioas: " The aprherdt." ot heat eambric. Wreach surplie aech, slee gstheed at wrist. "2he Margmerite." dsesiged after oe of the tubas that are histerie. "The Cbufbrf." a e.mmemsown per esce~lene,. with full high sleeves ad frosts of tuart snd embroidery. The Corrt C...r. wt P.t de Parislee trh. ining is espiecialy r M ~dto wear well-to es out of the washtub without showing a esa of the fearful ordsaL. Ad heare Sirta.Cheasea s ad Drawerssreedy for coeparisom with any in the United Netas oefered at S1. $2.25 Gana-r. F0. $1.89. let eats which weare see wil hear e. parison with ay eleewhos at S2,L0 3ost of the ases hessek tam oe esselad sell largel em emit. a lne estmpeetS is notnoticed when eched entehaeesb ad he is dine-it helps to makhe geedthe lesses ineat to a credit business. So that wersaet: The ems. mists. Cass Diawers as'dVceSe (levere megh smerbed 52. Smug be eseporgid wthm etaseere et p.g Seand T.. Pan. Ronr essaar e mi ds ae, BARQAIN Tawl.ei.. hne ah fma tae a tua M M. sm 3 he Ta, P&a Q.U -mm a s-e me A M YFo R VIr e00 V M UMEnAa )p i AND CABRICS. I' ..omm t .na3mb ROWl whe-. mr. No etriudti on as 1aNdftan m garmafn am "ot ImModed for pi Underwear in new and regular steek Fou will understand that the qnlties. he tmige, whether of lees oress i well; that the styles are the l that the pris mhed eM thegnnenO et ; that the special prie. quoted of aeSCtyeto toMPor.ty. NAv BLE D... Go0.. V TEAT RLm WAT, Drr Sz. ATrCIPA1 NG e mand for Navy Beue .. fabrics the Polaks Royal long since gave import droa, so that todar our buyer is enabled to elaim the aom comaplete variety. coupled wth0 reliability; fables made to resist hard wear. colars that will not be in Joriaualy afected by water arosn. gush ae the fol towhag: 56-lichwavy storm 3ere......................1ywrd 46-inch Navy Storm Serge....................91 yard 404neh Navy StOrm Serge.......... .........0e. yard nl4mnh Navy Ladies' Cloth...................So. yard ,4-inch Navy English Broadloth......... 1.25yard 4041-h Navy Woo Cashmere................ F0e. yard 404mch Navy Nun's Veiling..................50c. yard 40-Inch Navy Bedford Cord... ..... .... c. yard 42-imch Navy Bedfond co..d......... . 5 yard 45-tnch Navy Bedford Cord.......... 1.50 yard 40-inch Navy Wool Crepon....................m. yard 404nch Navy Cresedne Suiting..............Mr. yard 40-inch Navy Fancy Crepon...............c. yard 404nch Navy Jacquard Suiting...............eSe. yard 45-Inch Navy Diagonal sre....................1 yard SOME AATLY REDUCED PCES. Entire stock of Wool Dress Iabrica in Tans. Greg. Oreen. Browns. Ae., reduced as follows: S1.I Eynish Wool Seitinga for............e. Yo 41.00 Fancy Wool Fabrics for...............e. yard M0r. All-wool Falrim for....................:c. yard m. Vixed Wool Fabics. for...............50. yard E TRAI I ARIVED 11 O'CACE TODAY 50 NMe.AcM naUXCraG.. 10 A" D uXcZn WrMI. WONT 73c. AND M8e. TARD. 25c. A YARD 1O CHOICE. BCK LACES ame growing in demand and the Polais oyafa supply ha ben increased to hep up. The following comtiine Chantilly and Point d'Irelande efeeta. a Mappy union. You may Imagine the beau. tiful efects. 34 Inches wide. :3r. a yard; 5 inches. 44c. a yard; SIncbe. MIr. yard; 11 incheb. 98e. yard. And est to see these: 34 inches wide, m. yard; 59% inches, 50e. yard; I0 inches. 85c. yard; 14 inchee. 01.15 yard. 80c. yard for the new spider web lace. 4 inches wide. Also a few pieces. 10 inche wide, V1. Cm a yard. TWO artistic deigns In Point d'Irelande at 23c. for 4L inches, 3F-. for 6 lachee, 40r. for S Inches, 48c. for 10 Inches. fi0t. for 1Lt Inch,'s. 60re. for 1.1 inchee. Chantilly Laeen-a desn beautiful design. 4%4 inchau wide for 20e. and 25le. yard. 9 Inches for 40r., 44c..* 47c. and ."Or. yard,.12 inches for 55e.,' .,68. E~m.. 73c. and get. yard. Also aeh to see these at only 15e.. 17c.,* 18em.. and 20r. yard. ranging In width. fromn 294 to & lnchaa. DOUBILE EDGE-Hat. are trimmned with theme double-edge (Unmtifly Imore. Beat qualitie produced at only de . *2mr.,* 25c.. 48c. up to Mr-. yard. Black and White Iace Velsa. with borders and tiny and large sprays of flower. betted here and there, 45c. to S1 earh. Theme that are one yard long and shapedte di the broadeat hlm. S1 to E2.33 each. Nw..-At ,1a,., ame ahl doe. es,of,4,. inc-wie CantllyNeta, in dot., flower, and sripee. At 1.3 am ahown Point d'Espirit. Point d'Irelande and Chantilly Nets, several placs being good value at S1.50a yrd. A P1.Ma yard ase beautiful efects In floral and geometrical designu, never before shown at leam then S1.Ma ad. HArs-PaICR VErLVET R1..oas Waw Tg. .l.il. Blaec.. an ,al.,s.r Actually at half assal paies. One of th mrslts o am buyers ate trip. lec. yardfor20s. quality Telvet Ribione. 14c. y-rd far 25e. quality Velvet base. 25c. yard for 40e. qualty Velvet ansbe. S->c. yrd for Ode. quality Velvet Ribem. WMidthe mange from 1 in 3 inches. ambems at primoallsy surpriaing. mach l64nh leaie. 3elk quality hr 1&e -ar. 34-inchMmthw.4cqaltyr Ol28. ad. - d-nch Maire, 50e. quaJty for 3de. yard. TUE PArata 301A1. (Continued bevs.) 0o0O uu s .. E lausaks; ~e juhmm f~ t is wile hr MM&aamarMne as U gin. hmubmamWs lieb Ua Vamessns a iaS ai es B A Uj M a S T t sOM is V A L "bed adny ua Oar mer asmet- 1 maee an a met awl slEes swre. W.an mmbl the i e 3W a A A N new "fad'-ME. TR IST O is the U I RN U S Istet As po n U N xy a ade pam vWF styloo In Man1r1 Ira.... wem - m. Mommi A trimmed, and *a late EngU* TOW b to us. Agreat stas ehe. Mesew mbeward. St mesa umsehanlim. bapsimeenesta e ent ammew mhae. in 2. and IL. Milsaaamd Emmer faid ateils ."Tearieuam. Walk tug Hat. bc. . e. Rongh-and-ready Sallon in the nw eae. trimend with two teatherstrap, all the good km. ......................... ON& 61.40 Ghilren Aernh SBk Enas, with reh...1 75t. Children's Embeidery Bats, White. with ac6h.......................................0 Dope' er 0M' Wide-beli Railer as. arestee able straw, trimmed with bent qality satin ribbom. ...................... 0. . 4116 Alot o tine Flwer and Wreaths, all kbb. worth up to 73c. and S1.I......................... io A liineef ine lomesa nd Wtaetha wrust p to 1.50............................................. 75c A liNe of Vam She Flowers, waeth up to 42......................................... $1. e es h ladles' Mattiey New Trtenmed Reibraand R ish Tourist Rato. in iuant-and-ready and other gwu. all r estreamely stylih, $ IIphr apins ,insek ama I~tes n -in.rtt 35c. EACH. SATIN ANDGROS GRAIN. NOIREB, NAORES, GAUZE. FANcIUB, be.. &C.. be.. In all cor and widths. We re sowi aswe motel tia In wide and umedimn Moire =ad Fancy Ribbenas worth u0k. to ge. a ymd. Sr I nR mma u a CENTs AND g CENTs 111 480m M A WARD. Ding Gown. A fotumaste offring of NOVELTT CONS eeds identical wvt thee arm sad at Arnold. Con Mable & Co.'S and-t Lord & Taylo% in Neow York fr 5,c. and 75c. a yard. We offer them fr 0% W% or : : CENM A TARD. The are T74me wide. esae in P gre eNd, crinkied aned cb esets, In a to the tylih el OMLe. We have atill about athmmmeaam 'P beet galaty 25c. and 33c. Scotch nas n. whiche will sell for ri 9- e e til )CUN A TARD. Si te Ee6iklina beet quality Drcae Relume asn Laos Stripe Diaatgi, light and dark greonde, in hand mm egaedcta 3~c.value. Fm 30c. A Ya. RDUcTIONS IN PRINTD INDIA SILK.. All durdm and 27-Inch *1.27, Figured and Plain India Bilks, light and dark gronda ......95c. a yard All or 4-nch 75e. Pimgued and Plain idia Oks............... . . ........ e. yard All our 22-In 6e. fured India eBks..50e. yard Al our 22-inch 50e. Figured and Plain India sake.........................................4c. 4 arl 94-inch 41 breiae India W1l3. Ia Cream. Tam and ray ....................................79e. yard LAcES AND EmanoDEm. 45-Inch-wide Coloved Embroideiae, worth Lm Fox 98c. YARN). Whit. Zmbeold., ll..netn.m wort S1.sl .. 98c. Y~D Swiss Dead-80uncinga, worth $1.25 aml SL., 98. YA,. flack mikchatlly Iaces.9 Incheg deep~wrth :So..* for..............................2c. -ar 25c. Point d'Irelande Lacee.in White or Eern.1I5i. purd STME LIKES. U-ineh Striped ine Scarfs. fringed, worth be., * .................................15e. each U-Inch and 72-Inch Fancy Linea Scaute.worth 75c.. for..............................25c. each 51.73 ChIna Bilkcovered Pillown.with rune.lb. each HO.IE. AND UwaEa Indies' 50s. Fine Black Lisle Threal Rose-Lamib Naermederf, dyer-every pair warated. Ohly age. AIa. chlndren'.2lb. Jms ack Ribed Cott.n 3.. aflla..............................2 pair flo Sb. Mie'm Tam Colored Cotton 3ms, all gage.................................2.a pale Imme' 5Sb. Ribbe i~ase Yeas. Whit, or 2=..................................:15e.3 for $l IZes'25ca. Swims Ribbed V..te. inka ad ma. Saeid winh shall atthIng, li as Il 4 es0. RACB. io. Grissed Dna Butims.................3. la laimesse. Wheberl Dins uttons, seperte Di...Ta.I~...bdi a8e. ceamds -s Mm Tasm.........Ue. -am 30 amd15e. Narroer Blak Silk Qimp....... e.SeaDinhnkRh lnie.*emlntn.se.pr NeKWRAa Ax V1n. lb. Ulhm~eersnm Cabe,e each. 41r......Ua -- Ctas sak fsriamed mm. .. pas Sand le. est Vene. se.-merthesds.j. seaa PaN. A11. B.ra.. n, A mnat ansDts g m tn.........Me P......v A. Te. A...m. me ess asmah.... .l. an m Vema m ust aee.....* e Memgrna~atsb.......- m NR 1 p A W T = Ger AA T t A" T A A T a0 this usm Meest - A As Cpenmm Ow U. a ON 1WL 900,100fiter bm Is 3b. a arE. A We a tetese par U U A LA L %m U V-A 2 b ube Ierials &n -e d"r.me 40eerfep pu tommity to am"e -fte weathet has ba eol ad MOW. 't fore the Osmi we'll -fser i ftem. OTING SM. SWaT WA.. Am iadi.e Saisee Walsta, runs dows treat. Navy Blue and Bleck with large and small ring ladies' lox Planted)ermeje Waist. In pha. .....e .adies' Pernale Outhag Suit. full skirt me RedSe4st w. obby PatermN......... 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I. u m the . ae -anerwer -.mesacums uir o masersd a of Pise Underwear. Ssue we am De. to am at pri whih will estemte -s WA.fetlm 1adMi, who are sed toexeefleat valme. 10% We wll a efalot at UnDerwee wet e. am Wm. Consist of 2styles aet cant aM cati eswom. 3 ~ ~ ~ r " " " Sirs 3 ........... .. 3 " " " " Carset Cevs. 30E 9 V4 x c' We wil Sell WI n.fe and Cottn tudeiwfar. lam and Emsmidhled Trimmd, worti Oe. and 61.225. the lotonsistia t: e 4 styles et Gowns. 4 styleset Skirts. 3 styles of Drawer. 2styles of Cheimmis. 3styles et Cet CoeWs. FOR It 113k $ 4it... III Wewill D ine Cambric and $otten Umdewear. lace.r Embhreidry Triname.wesh. O1.Mnd0.R OuiMefa: osatyles of Skirta. 5utylmsaf Gowrne. 3 styles of Chemise. 3styles of Draien. S atjtes ot Cret Oovera. We al..cary a talune..t eaaei. Und.e...a *1.2:3 black Setee skirte, ame with wide r.M.. --awithbl~akLa...........neh ComuErs AN,. INFANT, W3aa. TEE 333T OF ITS EIND. GO A Aa G ... A A .. R 3R.. Coutil Carset. 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