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EARLY NEWS SUMMARY.
Philadelphia.
Chief Clerk Turner, of the Registry
"Department of the Bureau of Health, is
changed with having issued a burial per
mit iu a case of death from injuries
■without authority.
Charles Wilson Rowe has again been
arrested upon a charge of conspiracy to
defraud.
■Student John A. Smathers, who shot
Weldon Williamson, iu Jefferson College,
was rf leased.
Mrs. Sarah Edwards was arrested
upon the charge of forgery.
The man who was assulted with an
axe by Ilenry Kreckman has been recog
nized as James Vreelaud, of Baltimore.
James Stewart, a convict and danger
ous criminal, escaped from Warden Cas
sidy while being taken from the Peniten
tiary to court.
The American Federation of Labor in
dorsed opening the World's Fair on Sun
day. In the evening a banquet was ten
dered the delegates at old Maennerehor
Hall by the local United Labor League.
An iutimate friend of the Blaine fam
ily living in this city said that the re
ports that Mr. Blaine is on his deathbed
was not given much credence by him.
Contracts for electric lighting were
awarded to companies in the trust.
The Finance Committee decided to
recommend an appropriation of $1,200,
000 out of the tax levy of 1893 for the
use of the Public buildings commission
on the erection of the new City Hall
The police census of Philadelphia, just
completed shows the population of the
city to be 1,142,653, an increase of 95,689
over the population as shown by the
census of 1890,
National.
The Senate listened to speeches by Mr.
Hunton on the McGairahan claim, and by
Mr. George, on the anti-option bill and
then adjourned until Monday. The
House after transacting unimportant
business adjourned until Saturday.
The Republican Senatorial caucus met
and further discussed the program in
regard to prospective Senatorial cou
tests in Western states. A resolution
by Senator Hawley was adopted author
izing the chairman to appiont a com
mittee of five to take into consideration
the wisdom of Senatorial interference in
these contests.
William II. Joyce, general freight
agent of the Pennsylvania road aud
l'ckley B. Coxe.the Leiiighcoal operat or,
testified before the Congressional com
mittee investigating the Reading coal
deal.
Represenative Broslus has introduced
a bill for the suspension of immigration
for one ytar and establishing a national
quarantine.
The House Committee on Wavs and
Means passed a resolution appointing
committee of five do conduct the Investi
tion iuto the financial condition of the
Treasury.
Bids were opened at the Navy Depart
ment, at Washington yesterday for the
construction of sea going battleship No.
1, of 9,000 tons displacement, aud
armored cruiser No. 3, of 8,000 tons
displacement. The William Cramp &
.S ins Company, of Philadelphia, were the
lowest bidders in each case.
The post master-general has accepted
ilie proposition of Alfred D. Cushing, of
Norristown, to make a test house
e J lection in eight small t owns and for
free delivery in 200 farm houses iu Mont
gomery.
General.
Jockey Martin Fov, who killed lieu
vietta Wilson, of Philadelphia, at
Saratoga, and who has broken jail
liefere, escaped front Ballston county
jail, but was captured half an lionr
after Wird,
Tiie New York State Board of Can
vas« rs met at Albany and went over the
returns of the recent election. The
Democratic electors were declared
elected and the three constit..tlonal
amendments voted ou were declared lost.
A petition was heard at Denver asking
for the release of Alfi-ed Parker, who
was convicted in 1884 of having niur
dored and eateu his five companions on
prospecting trip.
The Whisky Trust advanced the price
of alcohol 10 cents per proof gallon aud
rectified goods 5 cents per wine gallon.
A terrific explosion occurred in a boiler
room at Lynn, Mass., by which two men
were so badly injured that it is feared
they will die.
The will of the late Franklin D.
Veasey, of Exeter, N. H., has been made
public, in which he provided that his
burial outfit should not cost more than

The steamer Stuttgart brought 2,203
ini migrants to New York, the largest
load known.
The !
retary of the Chinese consulate
at San Frauclscn says the Emperor will
request the United States to repeal the
Geary law.
A special dispatch from Washington to
un Albany paper says tlint Mr. Cleveland
ffered the state portfolio to Senator
11*11. who lias accepted it. Mr. Cleveland
characterized the report as "stuff."
.Sir Charles Tupper is reported as
pleased with the United States' effect to
restrict immigration, hoping that the
tide may thereby be turned toward
- Cut ad a.
has
Guillaume Vervleit, accused of swind
ling Belgians of $20,0U0, has consented
to return from New York for trial.
The Newton, Kan., Bank closed and is
in the hands of a government examiner.
White caps iu Rockland county, N. Y.,
thrashed n man uamed Whell for unnec
essarily twating his daughter.
Tiie burgesses and health authorities
of a number of Schuylkill Valley towns,
together with prominent physicians, met
at Reading to consider plans to prevent
the further pollution of the Schuylkill
river.
Eight hundred dollars has been offered
by the County Commissioners and pri
vale citizens for the capture of the tuur
derer of Jacob Detwiler, of Bedmiuster
township, Buck's county, I'a.
y
Foreign.
In the French chamber of Deputies,
Boisseriu's proposal to give the
fniiamaCana!Committee judicial author
ity cuine np and M. Ribot made a cabinet
issue of it. M. B mrgeoiae, M. Hubbard
and M. Ribot spoke against the measure
and M. Bri
M
After
in its favor
ion the proposal
government
vary < xriting
vot« J down, au I the
tabu d.
The com iiiltee appointed by the Inter
r oil
was
sus
tiatloi al M met ary Conference t
sider lie Tarions proposals submitted to
1 i hey eonfinid tliemselves to the
vtndyof general principle-.
,S!o nay. president of the Lidia
cv. 1ms returned to Calcutta and
.«I.
Uurre*
havs
^Btliat if tiie comm iltee iep >rts
u piiii .t a gold t taudard the commercial
t India n.u. t a. cept the situation.
A .1. patch troqi Titutaln states that
Mr. O 'Count I, the newly appointed
Britith Minister to China, lias delivered
his cted ntial. to the Emperor.
L'psrerance. a French vessel, has been
men
wrecked on the Island of Quernsey. All
of her crew were drowned.
The Pope will shortly send to the
Italian peo.de a circular letter denounc
ing Free Masonry.
NEWSPAPER OPINION.
Part of the Surplus—A Kettle of Elih.
New York Sun.
The United States Commissioner of
Fish and Fisheries is required by law to
report to the House of Representatives
the expenditures of his office under ap
propriations by Congress. Mr. McDon
ald has complied with this statutory re
quirement, and from bis report for the
last fiscal year we extract the following
items of ' expenditure in the way of
salaries alone:
.$ 6.010 00
. 65
1,4.17 «1
1,600 UU
1,64;.* 66
3,972 07
3,46: 31
2,072 65
5, »61 13
CommtHHioner's salary.
Office employ«».
Inspector of stations...
General field assistant*
Employes at Grand Lake Stream,
Employes at Craig's Hrook, Me.
Employe« at Green Lake, Me.
Employes at Gloucester, Mass.
Employés at Wood's 1 loll« Mass.
Employés at Cold Spiing Harbor,
N . Y . .■ • .
Employes at Havreoe tirai
Employes at Fort Washington, Md
Employes at central station .. 0.379 46
Employes at central station aquaria
Employes at fish poild.
Employes at Wytneville, Va..
Employes at Uut-in-Kay, O —
Employes at Northville. Mich
Employes at Aliwim, Mich_
Employes at Dulutli, Minn ..
Employes at Neosho, Mo .
Employes at Leadville. Col
Employes at Baird. 0)1 .
coo no
2 ,*bt> 74
1.Ï4H 04
M < !
1,680 eo
5,8» «I
8,(471 80
4," 1(1 25
5,306 m
2,4*2 68
5.4 9 32
2,896 50
4,806 65
4,002 38
Employe* ut Fort Gu*ton, Cal . 1,293 90
1,774 0U
2,352 36
«76 M
4,8« 16 (VI
550 49
Emplove* at Ciack&iAa» Or .
Special shad employe* .
Special carp employe* .
Special Hannon and trout employ*
.Special whitetlMh employe» .
special indigenous fish employe» .. 10,044 12
Sneclai pike and porch employe» .. 530 00
Civilian empluye»on steamer Alba
tron .
Civilian employe» on »teamer Fish
Hawk..
Employ«*» on schooner Grampus! ....
launch Petrel.
2 am 27
il K ;; 0;
2JB88 95
li- tw an
18,920 4:1
4(42 58
Employes
Scientific inquiry employes
Statistical inquiry e4nployes .
Colorado llsh hatchery inspector....
$189,424 17
Total
We foot up the figures preseuted
above merely to show how much of the
total expenditure goes directly iu salaries.
All other items of interest are here
omitted.
The total appropriation last year for
the propagation, distribution and inves
tigation of fish was $295,000. Of this
appropriation not less than $189,494.97,
or about 65 per cent., appears to have
been paid out for the propagation, and
distribution of Federal officeholders. A
somewhat curious item is found among
the expenses charged to the Green Lake
station iu Maine:
•Tayment of outstanding bills, pur
chase of land and rights, complet
ing ponds, repairs to quarters, and
for cisterns, pump, und well.
Examination or title to land.
How much more than the land cost
did the search of title cost? We wonder
which fish is propagating more rapidly
at Green Lake, the government salmon
or the government shark,
annex is probably no better and no
worse than any other of the paternal
istic side enterprises undertaken since
the theory began to prevail at Washing
ton that the function of government in
the United States of America is to super
vise all of the affairs of human society,
to supplement the working forces of
nature, and to look after the beasts of
the field, the birds of the air, and the
fishes that swim.
S2.150.fK4
9*4 75
The fish
Wilmington Talent at Newark.
Wilmington talent gave uu euteitain
ment in the Delaware College oi - atory,
Newark, last evening, for the benefit of
the Newark M. E. Sunday schooL There
were several solos aud duets, besides
other vocal and instrumental music.
Professor H. S. Goldey was a leader ia
tliq arrangements of the entertainment.
Iluy something useful for hts Christmas
present. Ties, suspenders,shirts, knit jackets,
suit or overcoat. The best place to get them
is at the New lock Clothing House, 31#
Market street._
a
Harry K. Thoma« & Co,
Repair watches aud Jewalry. 609 Market St
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
"I nan not understand why that »fork ffoes
up and down, up and down, with such rcati
iarity," »aid Brokely. noting the ri»e anti fall
of stock on the Exchange. "Oh. it*» very
simple. It'» mostly water, you know, and it
work» like the tide," explained the Wall
street man.- Harpers Bazar.
The 1*1 it i 11 Truth
Ig good enough for Hood'» Sarsaparilla—
t here is 110 need of embellishment or seit»A
UoimliMin. Simply what lhw.d's Sarsaparilla
doe», that tell» the »tory of it* merit*
Hood'» Fill» arc easy, yet efficient.
H^nk Director—Why didn't you invite our
cashier'» little girl to your party?" Small
Daughter--"Mie always wear» euch awfully
ex pens, ve clothe» it make» everybody el*e
feel aediumud,"- Street & Spitlh'» Good
New».
1 wittered from Inflammation In my nose und
head for a week at n time I could ho. I
used Ely's Cream liaim and in a few day» l
wits . ured. It. is wonderful how qui. k it
helped me.—Mrs George F. Judsou, Hartford,
Conn.
For throe werk« I waf suffering from a
Kovere cold in my head, ac'edmpaitied by a
pain in the temple». Fly's Frotttn liaim was
recommended to me. After only six applica
tions of the Halm every trace of my cold was
removed.—Henry C. Clark, New York Aip
praiser'» Office.
Mr. Faycrweather.—"How do you expect to
spend Christmas." The Man of Many triend»
— 1 "Signing checks."—Chicago News Record
Wanted—To bur or loan money onLlfelnsar
anoe end Endowment policies. Anson A
Maher, room 2(12, Equitable Building.
As a rule it takes more to keep up appear
ances than it tukes to support a family.—
Dallas News.
Life Insurance solicitor» wanted for the
»trennest, largest und liest Company
world, .v N SUN A. MA Hält, General
Eu u I Lab le Unlld up.
in Uie
Agent,
Ja^Ron nay» lie doefiu'l fee how a man can
cx^N'ct t <» make much in a stationery husine.s*.
£lmra (iazettf.
Wanted—To buy or loan money onLlfelmur
RTue and Endowment policief. Aiuton A.
Maher, room <02, Eouitable Huilctiug.
•st it* broil Kind vaU-U Hip
Rpcipo for a «1»
hair on your liUHband 'o coa. collar. Losion
GaxPtte.
Till' nul of n o
rwm's peculiar
trouble:; r.nd ail
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vorite Prescrip
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remedy. It's an invigoixitiiig, re
toute, soothing .xiriiial n'.nl l i;«. ie,;
-purely vegetable, ism-akvliclic, und per
fei tly liarinle:
In tko <-ure of peri; lirjl pains, prolapsus
mul otlrr dtsp!r..vvs nts, lwnriu£-iLnvn sen
satioiis, und nil "fern:. le coinpFifntj" : ul Ir
regularities, "Favorite Prcjcrq.t.' a" is the
only rmxlicino t^-'ti gxmnmterd. li it
givo ritL f.icF :u in every eaiC, you
have your mon: y hack.
Yon only pay for tie» good you got.
Can you ask ie >re ?
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The caaiost wey Is tho Feet. RcniL.te the
liver, itomacb, and I owclc with I)v 1 arc's
1 'Fasan t 1 eUrts 1 hev « lunar; und lonovato
tbs system—thorcuchly and naturally.
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POSITIVELY PI KE TABLE WATER
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TUE BEST SV \UM,«5U
T \tt li lu W \T 1', n
IN TUE WORM».
The Only Table Water bottled
with Its own natural gas as H flows
from the Nprlns. Hlionl« «l* Ihroush
m feet of Solid Roe U and Is not ex
posed to the air until opened tor use.
I» made from the Positively VniV Hnrnt«;;a Ulsslnaen Waler, without e- inisurt
to the a<r; anti UUe It, contains NO manufactured Carbonic Add lias.
ROTH SOl.lt lAT'.UV WIU'.RV., IN BOTTEES ONL.N.
Saratoga Kissinger» Spring Co., Saratoga Springs, N. Y.
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A BIG CUT IN PRICES
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LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
COATS.
As s the season has heen backward and
wishing to put in aline of other goods, we
are Determined 1 to close out our Immense
line at a great reduction. We have put
the Knife in prices and cut them down
nearly Half. A look through our stock
WILL INSURE US BUYERS,
We have also made reductions in all
our other goods.
A FEW OF OUR BARGAINS:
Fruit of the Loom and Hill Muslin
Tc, former price, 10c.
Lancaster Ginghams, 7c, former price,
10 .
IL S. Corsets, -18c, former price, < 5c.
Baby Ribbon, 12c a piece.
Wrappers. Suits, Handkerchiefs and
all kinds of Infant's Wear.
Jewelry, Dress Goods, Underwear
Hosiery, Ladies' Cloth and Knitted Skirts
Gloves, Umbrellas.
Bedspreads, Bureau and Chair Scarfs.
'
ARCADE,
THE
224 MARKET STREET.
For the Greatest Bargains
Ever offered in Boots and Shoes go to
BURNS * MONAGHAN'S
419 MARKET STREET.
WE HAVE $18,000 WORTH IX STOC K.
Here is a few special lots we wish to call your attention
209 pair Men's Calf balls, Goodyear Welt, London and
Globe toe, C, D, and E width, mede by Taylor and Carr of
Philadelphia, sold nowhere for less than $3.50; ours will go
for $2.60.
Another lot from the same firm, 167 pair Men's French
Calf Balls and Congress the different toes with tips and plain
strictly hand-made, regular price $6 00; ours will go at $4,50.
YVe have all the styles and qualities in Men's wear from $1.50
to $7.co.
10.
YVe have Ladies, Missesand Children's shoes, in varieties
to numerous to mention. They will he offered at sacrificed
prices until March 25 when partnership will be dissolved.
Custom work in all its branches go on as usual.
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BURNS 4c MONAGHAN,
419 MARKET STREET.
.
101: Tin: holidays only,
On m i-nun! «if hirer alack, » «• offercc Kd
j geld »pt-etni lc» for $3; opera glaanCH,
: very fin". $1; artificial eye», $4, formerly
! $10. and all other optical goods,
i your rye« examined freo. Glaise» ex
I changed If not suitable. Call and see
I no* before jon select elsewhere und yort
j will fi d it 40 your advantage.
I'uorr.ssoi: YM7II.
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I fixtures of nice little .'k - *: »tor ».
AND
ct.nfi. Dwelling attached, rent low. uf.
HOHN. 112 French street.
KENNARD & CO,
The large crowds that now throng
in ever increasing number, as the days go by,
most suggestive sight.
They cause the onlooker to think how this large
business in a moderate-sized store, that attracts them
has been built up in the years past; enlarging its con
stituency with every season—how it has so steadily
tained and increased in the entire confidence of the peo
ple of this city, how it has aimed to serve the people
only in the best and most substantial way—how it has
been obliged from time to time by the public to devote
more space and devote all its energy and thought to the
great busmen of Dry Goods alone—and how it has pros
pered without ever employing any of the numerous sen
sational methods of specious advertising whatever to in
duce patronage.
The Handkerchief Department is the largest with
us on record. The special Holiday Offerings in this line
are great, and from now until December 24, we expect
to continue the active trade in this line.
our store
are a
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SILK CHIFFOK
I Iantlkerchiefs are just lovely.
Initial Linen Handkerchiefs, unlaundricd, at I2^c.
are the best ever shown over our counters, and are sold
to-day by one of the largest houses in America at 16c.
Pure Linen Handkerchiefs in large variety from 12 yic
to $2,00 each.
Men's Hemstitched Linen Handkerchiefs
great specialty with us—25c, 31c, 37c, 50c and 62j^c.
Swiss Handkerchiefs at i2^c up to 25 cents.
Swiss Handkerchiefs at \2 l / 2 c up to 25c are all cot
It is with regret we have to keep these cotton goods,
hut as they are very line and exceptionally handsome, they
seem to he wanted, hut you need not he afraid of buying
one for linen. We don't do it that way. Our people
will tell you the truth about everything they sell you.
In real Duchess we show as beautiful line from
$1.50 to $6 eac h.
Superb line of all linen embroidered goods at 50c,
62c, 75c and $1.
arc a
ton.
UMBEBLLAS.
An assortment of Umbrellas surpassing in any way
whatever the display now being made in our Umbrella
Department cannot he found in Wilmington for the rea
son that it docs not exist. Wc emphatically emphasize
two other points, namely:
WE SELL RELIABLE UMBRELLAS ONLY.
WE GUARANTEE EVERY UMBRELLA.
We cheerfully (not grudgingly) refund the money
on any Umbrella sold by us not giving entire satifaction.
NVe have one line of Umbrellas Helvetic Silk, 26
in., at $1.50, of which we have sold over 2,000 and never
a complaint. How is that fora record?
You all know our Kid Gloves, best in the world.
»
TEEFOTJSSE
When you sav Trefousse, it means everything fine
in a Kid Glove. 4 buttons *to 20 buttons, $1.25 to
$3.50 per pair.
KENNARD & CO.,
623 MARKET STREET.
LOW TARIFF IS OUR CARD.
Now that the election is over and that the country has
pronounced its verdict in favor of a reduction in the tariff,
we, being of a progressive turn of mind, and always keeping
abreast of the times, propose making some reductions* in our
prices that will astonish the buying public, and. as there has
not heen a great deal of winter goods bought as yet, all the
people will he enabled % lo take advantage of this
A BIG REDUCTION SALE
which will commence at once [of Men's Clothing, of Youth's
Clothing, of Boys' Clothing, and last, but not least, Chil
dren's Clothing and Overcoats of all kinds. \Ve also have
an elegant line of Underwear in all grades from a 50 cent
garment up to fine natural wool. A ivee line of Hats
always on hand, and for beautiful neckwear, just take a look
at our window.
MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
In this Department wc know that we excel both in
prices and elegance of workmanship ami perfection of fit.
Suits made to order all tin way |from 15.00 , up, pants from
$5.00 up, and we guarantee to save you on a suit from $5.00
to $10.00. and on Overcoats, $5 .00 to $8.00. YY r e will allow
a discount of $1.00 on all purchases amounting to $15, or 50
cents on ail amounts of $10 or over.
Hoping to have a visit from all who intend buying
Clothing, Furnishing Goo:! . or those who \v.ant Suits Made
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SOUTHEAST CORNER
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YY'ilinington, Del.
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Mitchell
& Bash's
BULLETIN
OF
HOLIDAY GOODS,
GLOVES
HANDKERCHIEFS,
Etc., Etc.
1
Rubber Toys ami Dolls, 15c; worth 25c,
Rubber Toys and Dolls, larger size,
25c ; wortli 35c.
Rubber Toys and Dolls, largest size,
48c; worth 00c,
Tin Horns, 5c; worth 8c.
Tin Horns, 8c; worth 12c.
Tin Horns, extra large, finely enameled
10c ; worth 15c.
Tin Toys of all descriptions, 25cj
worth 35c.
School Companions, with pencil, pen
holder and rule 10c; worth 15c.
School Companions, with pencil, pen
holder and rule, 25c; worth 40c.
Good size Work Boxes, scissors, thlm
ble, etc., 25c; worth 40c.
Fine Writing Desks In different sizes,
running from 75c up.
Fine Bisque Figures, 9c; worth 15c,
Fine Bisque Figures, trimmed In gold,
25c ; wortli 40c.
Good size Bisque figures, 50o. ; worth
1. arger size Bisque Figures, $1 a pair;
they are beauties; worth $1.50,
Large size Italian Bisque, $3.50 a pair;
worth $1. I
75c.
Plush Goods.
Gents' Shaving Sets in fine plush case,
$1.25; worth $2.
Gents'Shaving Sets in fine plush case,
$1.48; worth $2.18,
Gents' Shaving Sets in fine plush case,
$3; worth $2.50.
Gents' Shaving SetB In fine plush case,
$3,38 ; worth $8.75.
Gents' Shaving Sets iu fine plush case,
$3.48; worth $1.
Gents' Shaving Sets in fine plush case,
$3.98; worth $4.25.
I'lush and Leather Cuff and Collar
Boxes at 29c, 75c, 98c, $1.25 and $1.98;
worth a great deal more.
Smoking Sets iu plush cases, 62c and
$1.48.
Meerschaum Smoking Sets in plush
cases, $2.38 to $4.48; worth almost
dniilde the price.
Manicure Sets, n large variety, run
ning at 50c, 75c, $ I, $1.98, $3.88, $3.38.
Dressing Cases, brocaded plush, comb,
brush and glass, 58c; worth $1.
Dressing Cases, brocaded plush, fine
quality, $1 . wortli $1.50.
Dressing Cases, silk plush, $1.98; worth
$3.50
Dressing Cases, silk plush, $2,87 ; worth
$8.18.
Dressing rases, finer quality, $2.98;
worth $3.25
Other Dressing cases at $3.48, $4.48,
$7. and up to $15.
Work Boxes iu plush at 25c, 50o, 98c,
$1.18, $1.25, $1.38 aud $1.87.
Nickel-plated Nut Sets, comprising
cracker aud half-dozen picks, $1, $1.18,
$1.25.
Leather Mttsio Rolls at 58o, 75c, $1,
$1.18 and $138.
Ilsud painted Handkerchief Sachets go
at 75c, $1.18, $1,25, $1.50 and $1.72.
Dolls! Dolls!
Dressed Dolls at 19c, 25c, $50c, $1.25
up to $6.
Kid Body Dolls at 50c, 02c, 75c, 98c,
$1.25, $1.50.
Jointed Dolls at 25c, 50c, 75c, 98c, up
tu$l .98, which are extra large aud beau
tfffiil.
An extra bargain in French dolls is
the beautiful sleeping doll with natural
hair at $1.98.
Gloves. Gloves.
Ladies' 5 hook Kid Gloves in black
and colors, at 75c; others ask $1.
Ladies' 5 hook guaranteed Kid Gloves
In black and colors, at $1; others ask
$1.25.
Ladies' 20-buttoh Mousquetaire Kid
Gloves, in evening shades, at $2 98;
others ask $3.50.
Handkerchiefs.
Fine all-silk embroidered corner Ladies'
Handkerchiefs at 12Jc; worth 25c.
Fine all silk large size Indies' Hand
kerchiefs in cream at 25c; worth 60e.
Fine all silk embroidered Haudker
chiefs in ecru, pink, blue and Nile green,
at 31c; worth title.
Fine linen initial Handkerchiefs, at
12 i c ; worth 19c.
Fine linen embroidered Haudkercbicfa'
IK different designs, f >r file, worth 35c,
Cloaks. Cloaks.
YY'e offer [a few specials in
this department.
A fine Melton Cloth Jacket,extra long.
welt scams, uocth collar, pearl button,
in tan only at $1 98; worth $6.50.
A fine Beaver (Toth Jacket, in black,
I four ornament buttoua.fiae fur t«domed,
$.'> 04'; worth $7.
A Fine Diagonal Cloth Jacket In black,
four ornament buttons, fine furtrimmoo,
$0.98 . worth $8.
Mitchell & Bash
219 MARKET ST.
On and after Monday, lb« 19th, oaf,
store will be opeu ev*i/ vreoipy ".Stil
fi o'clock. ,"W.

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