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FANOY 8HIBT8 - M.
"JUST RE1
New and handsome
styles of, w*
Fancy
w
MEW STYLES! EXCI
Manhattan and other c
Stop and take a look ;
Prices $1.00 and
RETAIL DEPARTMENT MAIN
??#mi naah o marhnfnek
UU y V/U livvu u, oiuviu.nuj,
at cost and below.
YOUTHS' SUITS?D. I
Youths'
_ 0 -jffi:
WP j:
'
The sizes are so varied and th
we are glad of them once mor
r\ ii!
u. uuriun
Star Clothiers, 34 and
. J^Jusbopened. a "Natty"
SPRING AND SUMMER GC
GEO. II
1150 7WKIIM
Our new Spring and
Summer Goods
Now^
TO-DAY we open and p
Summer Wash Fabrics, sue!
10c to 25c, all fast colors, 0
Printed Batiste, 40 inches v
Jordan, Marsh & Co., of Bo
chants at 12Jc, now on ou
same prioe. Linen Batiste
natural color and embroiderie
new and beautiful patterns,
from 36 to 40 inches wido, 1
grades at 34c. No better g
EniDroiaenes ant
Hosiery, Gloves <
Ladies' Umbrella
Our new Parasols have all
lection now is as good, if not
ing the season. All our fine
usols are canopy top. Don'l
J III: HOSK PATENT Til
IX1IAM) L'MIIKELLAS
We have just rcceiral a lini
three-fourths of an inch in d
NEW READY M.
We are now prepared
Ready Made Dresses and Sic
no establishment in the cou
more elegant line. Export I
aeo that every dress and eve
just right in lit before sent li
NEW GAPES, JACKET
All in and on sale to-day. A few
will bo in our show windows, l)i
liame will apply to our I'arasols.
windows. Exposure injures tliei
We have ordered shipment
they will be along in a few da;
made to order and after the most
be advertised as soon ns receivec
Expect to have a good deal
1'rcr.s iiood'i and Silks next w
coming.
GEO. FT
POTMAN At CO.
cTeived.
\
Shirts
IJSIVE PATTERNS!
elebrated brands.
it them.
$1.50
an & Co.
AND TWELFTH STREETS,
i ? We are closing them out
BUNDLING & OO.
Suits.
Usually the first day's sale
akes the cream of a bargain
jffering, but where the stuff
s nearly all cream the late
:omer fares about as well as
:he "early bird." 'At our
.tore is collected the remainder
of those
MEN'S AND YOUTHS'
Reduced Price Suits!
e qualities so desirable that
e.
ng & Co.,
I 36 Twelfth Street.
line of Spring Overcoats.
>ODS-GEO. R. TAYLOR. *
[AYLOR
STREET.
arriving.
lace on sale our new lines
1 as Dress Ginghams, from
ind beautiful texture?fine
ride, same as advertised by
ston, and New York merr
counters at exactly the
from 25c to 75c, in the
!8 to match. Dimities- in
Percales in new designs, '
it 12 |c. Galiteas in best
;oods for children.
I Laces.
Find Corsets.
s and Parasols.
been received and the sobetter,
than it will bo durand
inOst fashionablo ParL
buy any other.
BUT ROLLING, FOURa
of. They are only about
iameter when rolled.
AnF MtFSSFS
^1/1- t/
to show our new stuck of
irts and nro convinced that
ntry can show a better or
litters in the department to
>ry skirt, capo or jacket is
ome.
S AND COLUHKTS.
'of these re ulvmade garments
it not the finest or iiaiiilsomest.
We never put the best in the
n inore or less.
"I our new Shirt Waists and
yi. Our Shirt Waists are #11
approved patterns. They will
I
to say about Imported Wool
cclc In the dailies. They arc
IAYL0R.
MADE A HIT.
The First PrcHentation of The
Scottish Reformation"
WITNESSED BY A LARGE CROWD
In lite (?'rniul Oprr? Holme Uil Night.
tin... in. -n ?i>.
iiuitlc Work Win Hrtlri- tliuii Hail ll?rii
Kx|H'clr<l by Nmi}' nuil th? NIiikIiib Did
('mill to Wheeiitltf-Dlilltu? of IIjc Hrcrrt
ttoclctlm n Feature?'To lie Kqwnlfil
To-night nuil To-morrow, '
The first presentation of tho "Scott Inh
Reformation; or John Knox vs. Mary,
Queen of Scot*," given last night Jn the
Grand Opera House by local umittour
talent under the auspices and for the
benefit of the Home for Apod and
Friendless Women, mndu a decided hit.
The spectacle pleased everyone of the
flatteringly Inrge audience that had
turned out In the face of the very miserable
spell of February weather in the
early evening.
The illustrated lecture on the life and
times of the great Scottish reformer,
John Knox, which was perhnps the
mnHt nrnmlnent feature of the even
Ing's entertainment, wan enjoyed thoroughly
by the audience. The lecturer,
Mrs. E. H. Monroe, tells the story in a
style that is at once interesting and
comprehensive. The henrer gets more
of an Insight into the history of Scotland
In the sixteenth century with special
reference to the religious feeling
than he could take Into his mind by a
month of study.
The story as told by Mrs. Monroe
brings in the following atereoptlcon Illustrations,
some of thorn from rare
paintings and valuable prints of the
time.
Story of Mary's Life?Mary, Queen of
Scots; Linlithgow; Stirling Castle; Stirling
(2) Convent; Four Marys; Jletrothed
to Francis; Notre Dame; Interior;
Louvre; Interior; St. Dennis; Interior;
Court of France; On the Ship.
Story of John Knox and Mary Stuart
?John Knox; Glasgow University;
John Calvin; Mary Tudor; Elizabeth:
Shakespeare at her Court; tfuptlsm of
Covenantors; Interview; Melrose Abbey:
Dryburgh Abbey; Parliament; St.
( Hps' Cathedral; Pulpit of St. Giles;
Knox in Pulpit; Knox House; Holyrood
Castle; Holyrood (2); Lord Darnley;
Minstrel: lllzzlo's Death: Rlzzlo (2);
Mary's Bedroom; Holyrood Chapel; Edinburgh
Castle; Castle (2); Olllcer In
Highland Costunva
Story Continual?Jedburgh Cathedral;
Both well; Cralginiller; Edinburgh;
Princess Strfcet; St. George's
Square, Glasgow; Koyal Infirmary, Edinburgh;
Mary Stuart; The Tolbooth
White Horse Close; James I; Trossachs;
Loch Katrine: Ellon's Isle; Lock Leven;
Abdication: Lord High Commissioner;
Earl Murray; Mary Escaped; Langside;
Chatworth; Older Mary; Elizabeth
Signing Death Warrant; Mary
Hearing Death Warrant.
Concluding the Story?Mary's Last
Momenta; On Way to Execution; doing
to Scaffold; On the Hlock: Westminster
Abbey; John Knox; Returning from
Last Sermon: John Knox, 1572; Knox's
Monument at Glasgow.
Dramatically speaking, the allegorical
part of the programme was handled
generally In a style that surpassed the
expectations of many in the audience.
Much spirit was injected into the several
scenes and the "stars" particularly
did themselves proud. The most brilliant
scene, perhaps, was the third.
"John Knox In the Court of Mary." Mrs.
Andrew H. Patterson's impersonation
of the unhappy monarch of the Scots
was decidedly good. It did not require
a stretch of the Imagination in fact to
believe that the proud Stuart princess
was there In reality. Mr. Bentley Jones'
"John Knox" was also a praiseworthy
effort. The other Impersonations were
also good, and all should be Included
In whatever praise is given. In this
scene, too. a feature was the drilling
by the military guards, details from
Shanley Division. Knights of Pythias,
and Cyrene Comandery. KnightA Templur.
under command of Captain Llshy
and Eminent Commander List, respectively.
The scene, "Mary on Her Way to Execution."
was also given In an effective
manner. Mrs. Patterson and Miss Hennlg,
as the leading characters, did not
dispel the favorable Impression they
nau creaieu uuruiK i"?* y? wcuhib
scones.
The allegorical drill. "Triumph of the
Puritan*." was the concluding feature
of the production. The work of the
young ladles and gentlemen Inspired
generous and deserved applause.
The cast was as follows:
PAKT FIRST.
Allegorical Procession?"Rallying of the
Clan*." Chorus, "Form Your Battalions."
Leaders..Cora Dally and Harry II. Bodley
Puritan Maids:
Maggie Lindsay, Edna Sturgls,
Llllle Anderson. Blanche Etzler,
Nettle Mager, Mrs. A. L. Meyer,
Annie Murrin, Um(o Far is,
Jessie Marsh, Lulu Hany,
Sarah Browne, Cora Dalloy.
Cloda 8erlg, Adda Wlncner,
Clara Miller, I.aura M. S?*rl>?.
Margarot ITall, Mrs. II. Simmons,
Llcsle Corran.
TART SECOND.
Scene of Piirltans and Students from
UlaSKOW University on their way to
I<4*ltli to meet the Queen.
Puritans:
Ilablkuk rjllfllan Charles II. Israel
Handy MuekUswrath C. \V. Soheehle
David Oalathy J. Edward Simmon
Isaiah Bailey Albert E. Murrin
Samuel Kllley L. A. Meyer
Donald Murry Albert A. Ise
Samuel McLannan Harry II. Bodley
Students:
First Wallace II. Smith
Second Will T. Neshltt
Third J. H. Cooper
Fourth /. Dr. E. L. Warren
Fifth J. M. Brtihn
Sixt h I lurry MeGuire
Story Continued?'Thirty-live views.
PART TIIIRD.
John Knox In the Court of Mary, Queen
of Soot*.
a^eeij .Mary?Mr*. Andrew II. Patteraon
nry Boton Miss Isabel Henry
Mary Livingston.Mrs. Morris Horkholtner
Margaret Curl Miss Theresa Phillips
Mary Soton Miss IS, Grace UpdejjralY
Hnnnnli Kennedy Miss Mna llonnlR
John Knox llontley Jones
Dnrnley U. K. McMechon
James Stuart Frank W. Xeshltt
Lntherlngton Judge Cranmer
French Minister Edward Franzhelm
English Gentleman II. 8. Allison
ErsKln of Dun Dr. 13. L. Warren
Messenger Ilcrmnn f??.?rlir
Priest John R. Mendel
Attendant J. M. Itruhn
Pace Howard Murkel
Scottish Guards:
Homer Simmons, IS. S. Knahe,
James A. Arm- diaries Monro,
strong. II. A .Grnhe,
John Cornish, t'hnrles Murrln,
W. II. llye, W. J. Miller,
Howard K. 81mfor.
Military Guards:
Detail from Col. It. Shanley Division. No.
21, I'. R. K. of P., under command oi'
Capt. Llshy.
Detail from Cyrene fommandery, No. ?.
K. T.. under Imminent Commander
John K. List.
Story Continued?Fifteen Views,
PART FOURTH.
Mary Stuart on her way to Execution.
Queen Mary....Mr*. Andrew II. Patterson
Hannah Kennedy Miss Henrilx
Alice Miss taunt Serin
Gertrude ' Anna MurrJn I
Rosamond Margaret llnll
llurgoyne ? Will T. N'eshltt
Mellvlfle Wallace M. Smith
HurleiKh It. 8. Allison
Psulet J. M. Itruhn
Sheriff Franeln M. Wilson
J)ean , ?
Military escort of Knights of Pvthla* and
Knight* Toinplnr. Scottish Guard*.
Story Ended --Plftecn Views.
PART FlFTII.
Allegorical Drill-Triumph of Puritan*.
Chortia?"God'a Mlraculou* Deliverance."
Name* of Ladle* and Gentlemen Ropre*
iteming the Scottish Clans.
Ladle*:
Marcuerlto DJckl- Mary Vlankc.
man, Illunclie rhupinan,
MJrlntn MKMemenf. MjiuiI rhapmmi. Mnrirnret
Forney. Nnlrtu Cnnl:,
.le-mfc Meroer %lollte innlnor,
Nellie Henry, Annie Dorrlwr.
Kiitt!" Slump. I.nlii Mn<lr>mnn,
ttuth VirM. Neva NVeyricli,
K'alc 1.11 \vi on, Delia WIlHon,
.Maud Mercer. Nora Scrljr,
lvallle TrlpjU'tt. Matilda lee, '
Clara K. Meyer.
Gentlemen:
William R. IIUKRIUH, Kmll. C. Harthel,
I-"<lwar<! c. flchnepl, J. II. f'oopor,
Wallace II. S<mUI?, Allen W. Tracy,
Harry L. ileum?, WHIT. NcMbltt,
Harry MoGuIre, J ^
Miss Flora Pollack, Pianist.
Dr. John McClurc, Longer of Orchestra.
Committee on ArAngomcnts:
Mrs. J. N. Vnnce, Mr*. .1. A. Hell,
Mm. George Wipe, Mr*. Henry P. Jonps.
The production will be repeated thin
evening, and will conclude to-morrow
afternoon with u matinee. Aside from (
the praiseworthy purpose for which the
entertainment Is Riven, It is well worth
being witnessed for Its own worth.
There should he packcd houses to-day
and to-morrow.
The Tiitir for llull'.tiitg
Hp the system Is at this season. The
cold weather has made unusual drains
upon the vital forces. The blood has
become Impoverished and Impure, and
all the functions of the body surfer lt\
consequence. Hood's Sarsaparllla In
the great builder, becauselt Is the One
True Blood Purifier and nerve tonic. 1
HOOD'S PILLS become the favorite
cathartic with all who use them. All
druggists. 25 cents 1 '
Mnilrnl.
Mr.* Paris R. Myen*, organist at St.
Mathews' church, will receive a limited
number of pupils In the following
branches: Pipe organ, piano-forte, voice ?culturtWheory,
and will receive sppolntments
as visiting choir director
to churches. For terms address as
above. _ tt&s
SIMON S. IIAHTMAN. of Tunnelton.
West Virginia, has been subject to =
attaeks of colic about once a year, and
would have to call a doctor and then ?
suffer for about twelve hours as much j
us some do when they die. lie waB tak- -
times, nnd concluded to try Chamber- ?
Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea 1
Remedy. He says: "I took one dose of }
It and It gave in* relief in live minutes.
This is more than anything else haa ever
done for me."
mil
ClIAMnnnS?On Sunday, February 23.
IK96, nt ! o'clock p. in.. Kl.MKK EDWIN
rjl AMItKltH. only ?on of Charles
8. nnd J??nnl?* Chambers. aged 2 yearn
and H month*.
Funeral from the residence of hlM parents.
31 Thirteenth street, tills (Tuesday)
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment at
Peninsular cemetery.
SOBAN8KI?On Monday. February 21,
Ikw. at 4:30 i?. ra? WALTER F. J., son
of Carl and Mario fiobanskl, oned 3
yearn, 1 month and 13 days.
Funpral sen-Ice* at residence of parents,
No. 233S Market street, Wednesday j|
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the
family respectfully Invited to attend.
ARRINGTON?On Monday. February 21, *
law, Ut 11 :U a. m., PAULINE AR- I
IllNOTON, daiitrhur or k. a. und i (I
H?? ? ?? Xrrlngton.* aged 0 months v
and 21 days.
Funeral from the residence or her parents.
1006 Chapline street, Tuesday afternoon ~
at L' o'clock. *
UNDERTAKING.
LOUIS BERTSCUY, ? fi
(?'oam:at.v or ran* Antuwcur).
Funeral Director ani
Arterial Embaimer,
JlinMMn Strmt. RmI Hid*.
Call* by telephone answered daf or night
Btore telephone. realdence. wl >p.7
Kennedy k r
(Graduate o( U. K, Collet;? of Kmbslmluz).
Funeral Director and Embaimer,
wrrri
alexander frew. 1
1117 Mm H rawer.
Telephone IS. Retldenco Telophouos. Alex. ir
Frew, an. fpa \\
G MENDEL A CO.. fi
. 11II4 M->LN STREET,
MortitihnS. =
I'HOMPT ATTEXTIQ.X DAY Olt Xlflll T.
Tele. Calls?rndertalclnir ROoms, No. 8.13. t<
(?. Hd. Mendel (residence). So. l. | 1?
ocn 1(. 1'. mil iStantm Houwi. No KS 1 r.r
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So about lias c
ing been knoc
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comers won't
they see the p
KRAU5
CLOTHIERS A
1TRICTLY OXE PRICE.
Spring Gi
entire line will Ids comj
STATIONERY, BOOKS, ETC.
852. I39i
MLKPAPE]
AND
MOULDINGS.
STATIONERY,
1ILANK BOOKS,
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES.
Agent for Excelsior Sleep
ig Coaches.
OSEPH GRAVES' SOI
26 Twelfth Streat.
Something New!
IAKE YOUR OWN MONOGRA
And save the cost of having a
die made. It is so cheap that
everybody will want one. Call
and let us explain it to you.
3ABLE BROS
].W MARKET STREET.
- ABIES' FASHION* JOURNALS
J FOR MARCH ARB IN.
i dally. Plenty of ehoap booka. Schc
ook*. Stationery. Eastern and <*ste
ally Papers. Gospel Hymns. Chur
ytnnalti and Bible.. p n By
fe!9 1114 Market Street
Every description of
Book, Job. Newspaper and Po:
?r Printing done it Iletuouabls Kate* at t
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nir stock of Heavy Weight Clothked.
This week will about wind
i price sale. There aro still a few
ind Overcoats left, and the early
leave them with us long when
rice 011 the ticket.
>BROS.,
ND FURNISHERS,
1319 MARKET STREET.
oods arriving daily, and our
ilete next week.
J. 8. RHODES & CO.
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j HALF PKHiK
SO FINE FRINGED CLOTHS,
We are closing them out at just
half the regular price.
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BEST SCOTCH GINGHAMS.
The 25c grade for 12 l-2c.
SPECIAL.
I 2,000 yards best 12 i-2c Crash
i) for 10c.
Beaatifal New Embroideries!
M Choice styles. 1,000 pieces to
select from. These include
the new band and linen effects.
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any living Physician ;hl?iacc?a Is Mtonlehtag, W4
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