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■) J. 11. ESTII.L, Editor and Proprietor.)
H Allayer & Ci
Special Array of Unparalleled
Exclusive Novelties in
COMBINATION ROBES AT
REI)UCEP PRICES !
1 loi Brocaded l.ace Buntings in desirable shades
at etijc; real value 10c.
1 lot f'anra* Grenadines in all the latest shades
at R!*e.; good value for 12i*c-
1 Grand Combination lot Dress Goods in plain
Brocade and Lace effects, in twenty different
j styles and shades, at 13J4e. per yard; regular
l pieces double width Nuns’ Veiling in Nile
Green. Vink. Blue, Lilac, White and Cream at
l%fC.; very cheap.
1 lot, S3 inehMalalas.se Cloth, in the latest eve
ning shades, at 15c. per yard; new and cheap.
3 lot Beige Combination Suitings, Tan and Gray
stripes with Plain to match, at 23c. per yard;
I very handsome.
| V pieces 38 inch Armure Cloth at 30c. per yard;
I w orth 40e.
II lot Summer weight Cashmeres, 40 inches wide,
I at 40c. per yard; reduced from 50c.
A GRAND OFFERING.
I Wrieces 4fl-ini'h All Wool Albatross. Camels’
I Hair and Cashmere, in Pink. Blue, Nile Green,
I l.ilac. Cream, White, Tan and Mode shades,
also Hair Line Checks at 50c. per yard; .posi
tively worth from 65c. to 75c. per yard.
I lot 42-iuch Canvas Cloths at 75c; w orth sl.
GRAND VARIETY OF
Handsome Combination Robes
AT GREATLY REDUCED TRICES.
We are now displaying a full and complete
CELEBRATED MOURNING GOODS !
IN ALL WOOL AND SILK AND
WOOL MIXED IN
Spmg and Summer Textures!
Any comment from us is entirely unnecessary
on those popular and well-known goods.
We can simply say that any lady requiring a
thoroughly first-class, reliable dress should buy
no other. Every piece guaranteed to hold the
coFr and give satisfaction.
VtT An examination and comparison solicited.
Special Bargains This Week!
Black Dress Goods
isc “ rj Uu., tUSe. leixl 85c. per yard.
Silks and Satins.
SHALL OFFER ON TO-MORROW, APRIL
the 18tb. and during (be week, the largest
and most varied selection of Milk Dreas
Fabrics shown in fetovAiinah.
■ 1 are invited to examine our stock this week
" herewith enumerate only a few of our
edd.rs. which are as follows:
-< inch Colored Surah Silk 50c. ir yard
R'nck and Colored Surah Silk 75c. per
Ihl; worth# l. •
■ is uiiqiirstinnaHly the best values ever
w ' rr ’l in Surah Silks.
1 B Cheeked Surah ami China Silks at
" ou *'l actually Lea great value
in Block Satin Rhodium*.
Bonnot Black Silks.
""•hill offer TO MORROW our Spring Im
A. , l ' l ' of ."** worl ‘l renowned C. J. Bonnet
Black Silk Fabrics, aueh as—
Satin Princes*, and
AT NEW YORK PRICKS.
A '< DISPLAY or BPRING EFFECT* IN
n ltie* in Ktrlpe and I’lald effect* at
' tateful and prompt
Br oujhton and Bull Streets.
PARASOLS, BOYS’ CLOTHING, MILLINERY.
A! R. Altmayer & Cos.
Duim irtol Tlepi ivt i nent
EXCEEDINGLY LARGE AND HANDSOME DISPLAY OP
At Matchless Bargains ! At Matchless Bargains !
Extraordinary preparations are always made by us at this season of the year to meet the
universal demand for Novelties in Parasols, but we were never before so well equipped as now.
The coming week w ill witness certainly the largest stock ever shown, and probably the greatest
sale ever made in Savannah. Wo wish particularly to emphasize this stock, and we guarantee
every Parasol sold as being of the latest styles and the lowest prices.
OUR ENTIRE STOCK IS NEW AND FRESH.
For Special Notice We Select as Follows:
Black Silk Parasols, Paragon Frame, Natural Handles, at SI 25 each; sold elsewhere for $3.
Coaching Parasols in all the Newest Shades at $1 50; worth $2 50.
Black Silk Parasols, Plain and Trimmed, for Mourning Purposes, $2 each and upwards.
Novelties in Coaching Parasols, Bayadere Stripes, Checks and Changeable at $1 each and up
Pongee Parasols, Long Handles. $1 50 each to §5.
Lace Trimmed Pongee Parasols, Silk Lined, at $2. $2 50 and $3,
Lace Covered Parasols, all colors, at $1 25 aud upwards.
Children's Parasols, all colors, 25c. and upwards.
1 lot 26-inch Silk Umbrellas, Paragon Frame, Natual Handles,
at $2 25; worth $3 50.
Boys Clothing Department,
Surprising and Inapproachable
Bargains Offered is Week
If you intend purchasing Boys’ Clothing it
will pay you well to examine our stock, which
is the largest ever shown before by any house
in this city. The styles are exclusive and made
specially for our own trade. The following we
guarantee to be genuine bargains:
900 Boys’ School Suits, light weight, substan
tially made and trimmed, sizes 4 to 13 years,
$1 68; a great bargain.
300 Boys’ School Suits, in varied styles and
pattern, sizes 4 to 12 years, $2. Do not fail to
see these goods.
Special Bargain! Boys’ Suits, in Cassimeres,
Tweeds, Cheviots, Norfeld, Jacket or Plaited,
sizes 4 to 13 years. $3; former price $4 and 84 50.
Boys’ Dress Suits, all wool, Brown ami Gray
Melton, Cheviots, Bine Flannel, Scotch Tweeds,
handsomely made and trimmed, sizes 4 to 13
years, §4; worth $7.
Boys’ Dress Suits, all wool, from the well
known house of Rogers, Peet & Cos., in Cork
screws, Diagonals, Worsteds, Cassimeres, Silk
Mixtures, Serges and Tweeds, perfect fit guar
anteed, sizes 4to 15 years, f4 50, $5, SO, $7, 88,
$10; worth $6, 87, 88. 89, 812, 814.
Special Bargain! Boys’ Sailor Blouse Suits,
in Blue, Brown and Gray Flannel, sizes 3to 12
years, 81 48; other houses charge |2.
Boys’ Sailor Blouse Suits, in Brown and Blue
Flannel, sizes 4to 12 years, 81 98; worth 83. *
Boys’ Sailor Blouse Suits, in Blue, Brown,
Gray and Greeu Flannel, plain or plaited, sizes
4to 12 years, $2 50. Do not fail to sec this bar
Special lot Boys’ Blouse Jersey Suits, in Brow n
and Blue, sizes 4 to 12 years, $2 08; reduced
from 83 50.
Boys’ Sailor Blouse Suits, all wool, in Blue
and Oxford Mixed Flannel, sizes 4 to 12 years,
Boys' Sailor Blouse Suits, all wool, in Blue
and Gray Assabet Flannel, pure Indigo, guar
antee color, trimmed with White Wool Braid,
size 4 to 12 years, $4 50.
Boys’ Sailor Blouse Suits, all wool, in Blue
and White Flannel, handsomely trimmed, $6.
Special Bargain! Children's one-piece Tweed
Kilt Suits, sizes 2 to 5 years, 89c. Great Bar
Special Bargain’ Children’s two-piece Kilt
Suits, in Gray and Brown Mohair, nicely
trimmed, sizes 2 to 5 years, $1 08; worth 82 50.
Children’s Kilt Suits, two pieces, iu Gray and
Brown Cheviots, sizes 214 to (i years, 83 50.
Children's Kilt Suits, two pieces, all wool, in
Cassimeros, Blue Flannel, Scotch Tweeds, sizes
2J4 *o 0 years, $5.
Children's Kilt Suits, two pieces, all wool,
English Cassimeres, Silk Mixtures, Cheviots,
handsomely made and trimmed, sizes 2)4 to 0
yeurs, $6 50.
Boys’ Linen Suils, sizes 4 to 9 years, 82.
Bovs’ White Vests, sizes 10 to 18 years, 75c.
Boys’ Alpaca Coats, sizes 12 to 18 years, 81 25,
81 75. $2
500 pairs Boys’ Odd Pants, sizes 8 to 12 years,
500 pairs Boys’ Odd Paints, sizes 4 to 12 years,
300 pairs Boys’ Odd Pants, all wool, sizes 4 to
j 8 years, 75c. Great bargain.
200 pairs Boys’ Odd Pants, all wool, sizes 4 to
12 years, 81 •
200 pnii-s Boys’ Odd Pants, Corduroy, sizes 4
to 10 years. 98c.; worth double (he money.
Boys’ Odd l’auts, all wool, sizes 4to 15 years,
SI 50, 81 73.
We hnve now open elegant new goods, in
cluding every choice color that cun bo thought
of in Satin and Givis Grain, and also Loop and
forded Edge Ribbon*. Our prices are always
We sell die host quality standard all bilk at
the following prices;
satin and tiro* Grain Rthlion, all bilk, new
Nos. 4 5 7 9 19 10 20
He. lUe. l*ttc. 15c. 90c. 25c. 30c.
balm and Grim Grain I‘icot Edge Ribbon, all
bilk, all color*:
BOS. 4 5 7 9 12 16
10c. 12V. I.V. 9ft-. 25c. HOC.
Novelties in Fan<*y Edge and Gauze Itlblsina,
•100 hash Ribbon;, in Moire Stripe* aud Brocade*.
Mail orders mow cartful and prompt
HI tent km.
Broughton mid Bull Street*.
SAVANNAH, GA., SUNDAY, APRIL 17, 1887-TWELVE PAGES.
Oi l! DISPLAY Of FIXE MILLINERY
Will exceed in Beauty, Variety and Originality
of Styles and Designs anything to be seen
elsewhere this Spring, as ours is the larg
est Millinery House in the South. We
cannot afford to be undersold by
any concern carrying small
stocks, and will during the
ensuing week offer
IN ALL KINDS OF
Remember wc are Headquarters
Trimmed and Untrimmed
Hats & Bonnets, Flowers, Feathers, Etc.
It Must be to Every Lady’s Interest to Ex
amine Our Assortment and Prices
S P E a I A Tu.
Ladie*’ White,’Black ami Colored Canton Hats
at 21c. each.
ladies' White Black and Tan Milan Hats,
Fancy Edge. 33c. each.
Indies' Rough and Ready Shade Hats and
Sailors, in White, Black. Brown. Tan and Fancy
Colors, at 25c.. 85c. and 50c.; sold elsewhere for
40c., 50c and 70c.
Misses' and Children's Fine Trimmed Straw
Hats at 00c., 75c. and 81.
.Special Sale at Greatly Reduced Prices.
Novelties in Heliotrope & Tan Jerseys
100 dozen Ladies’ Black Tailor Made Jerseys,
Silk Finish, at 47c. each: good value for 75c.
75 dozen Ladies’ Jerseys, Fancy Vests, Plaited
Bark, at 75c.: reduced from 8l 25.
50 dozen Ladies’ Tailor Made Jerseys, All
Wool, at $1 50; regular price $2 50.
S P K O I A L.
50 dozen Ladies’ Norfolk Jerseys at $3 50;
regular price $5.
25 dozen ladies' Beaded Jerseys at 83 50;
good value for 85.
Children's All Wool Jerseys in all colors at
90c.; reduced from §1 25.
40 dozen Children's White Dresses, trimmed
with Edge, at 95c. each.
40 dozen Children's Mother Hubbard Dresses
at 3oc. each; worth 6.5 c.
Children’s Seersucker Dresses at 35c. and up
Laces and Embroideries.
Grand Opening Sc Hale
Of our latest importation of Novelties in
Hamburg Edgings and Flouncing* in
Clambric, Nainsook and Muslin, and
the very richest effecls in Col
ored Embroidery and
Fresh Novelties In Colored Embroideries with
All-Over* to Match.
3 Special Bargains.
Bargain No. 1.
I.s. nan yard* Hamburg Embroidery, 2 to 3
inches wide, at 10c.; worth 15c.
12.n0n yards Humbutf ffmlVoUarfe .gU to 315
inches wale, at worth
lAonn yards Hariiburm KrukWtderios, 4 to 5
inches wide, at 15c; urfih 2*e.
Grand Bargainsm Lade* of Every Dsscription
Laces and’ Embroideries
At. 1 l#l/ Brice.
! > ; \ mnol W>vers.
Id dozen r<niv|jSun'ii fa Various Klyln* and
Materials at 75c., JJ. |i t and. upward,.
tW Mall ordefJt*, rivf and prompt
Broughton* 1 and Taull Street*.
A. R. Altmayer & Cos.
.Tust purchased, the entire stock of Gents' I.aundried and
Unlaundried Shirts of the well-known Burlock Manufacturing
515,000 "Worth at Half* Price!
The supreme importance of this great purchase mast Le so manifest to every one that
lengthy particulars concerning it would seem to be entirely superfluous. We, therefore,
submit the following BARGAINS, which speak louder than words:
500 dozen Gents’ Unlaundried Shuts, Wnmsutta Muslin, reinforced Linen Bosom and
Bands, custom ntpde, at Ilk-. ; actual value 75c.
500 dozen Gents’ Unlaundried Shirts, best quality, superior finish, at OSr. and 82c.; worth
81 and $1 15.
200 dozen Gents’ Laupdried Shirts, custom made, reinforced Linen Bosom and Bands, at
4Sc.: regular price, 75c.
100 dozen Gents’ Uiundried Shirts, custom made, reinforced Linen Bosom and Bands,
superior quality, at 73c.; sold in Gents’ Furnishing Stores at 81 25.
1,000 dozen Gents’ Laundried Shirts, Plaited Bosom, open front or back, custom made,
superior finish, guaranteed to tit, at 85c; never offered less than 81 25.
I. .V D1 K S’
Misses’ & Children’s
I.V) dozen Indies’ Chemise, tucked itosnm, at
25c. each; for a ruu.
100 dozen Ladies' Chemise, iJioe trimmed, at
25c. and 29c.; great value.
75 dozen Ladies’ Chemise, lace trimmed,
tucked yoke, at 35c.; cheap for 50c.
75 dozen ladies’ Chemise, corded lands, 30c.
50 dozen ladies’ Chemise. Cambric Ruffle, neck
and sleeves, 35c. A grand bargain.
75 dozen ladies’ Chemise, pointed and square
yoke of insertion, tucks, neck and sleeves trim
mod with Embroidery, at 50c. each; offered no
where less than 75c.
1.50 dozen ladies' Chemise, Pompadour, tucked
bosom of Embroider} - . Inserting and Edging, at
Bc., 75c., 82c., 90c., ami up to 85 each.
65 dozen Ladies' Drawers, hem and bunch
tucks, at 25c. each.
75 dozen ladies' Drawers, Cambric Ruffle, good
Muslin, at 27c. each.
50 dozen Ladies' Drawers, Embroidered and
Tucked, at 40c.: jiosltlve value for 50c
100 dozen Ladies’ Drawers, Tucks and Ruffle of
Embroidery, at 55c; positive value for 75c.
80-dozen ladies' Cambric Drawers, with Tucks
and Torchon Lace, at 75c. and 90c. w orth 81 and
1 lot ladies’ Walking hkirts at 25c. each. The
is worth more.
1 lot Ladies’ Walking Skirts, five tucks and
hem, at 35c.; worth 50c.
1 lot Ladies’ Walking Skirts, five tucks and
Cambric Ruffle, 86c.; worth 50c.
100 dozen ladies’ Walking Skirts, Ruffles of
Cambric ami Embroidery, with bunch tucks, at
60c.; grand value.
250 dozen ladies' Skirt*, handsomely trimmed,
in various styles, at 75c.. 85c.. 99c., $1 16, and up
to 85 each; and positively the greatest value
ever offered in the trade.
100 dozen Ladies' Muslin Gowns, neatly finished
Cambric Ruffle, at 45c. and 50c.
76 dozen ladies’ Muslin Gowns, three inser
tions. four clusters of seven inches each,Tit 69c.;
90 dozen ladies’ Mother Hubbard Gowns, three
styles to select from, at 75c.; actual value sl.
50dozen Ladies’Cambric Gowns at $1 each;
65 dozen ladles' Mother Hubbard Gowns, all
over yoke of Embroidery, at 81 36; worth *2.
I large lot ladies’ Cambric Lace Trimmed Cor
set Covers at 25c.
.50 dozen ladies' Cambric Embroidered Corset
Covers at 28c.; regular price 40c.
100 dozen ladies' Cambric Corset Covers, in a
variety of styles arid finish; very cheap.
75 dozen ladies' lawn Dressing Sacques at
49c.. worth 75c.
50 dozen ladies’ Cambric Dressing Sacques at
50c., 75c., sl, and upwards.
ALL THE rOrULAR STYLES AT BOTTOM
CORSETS—LNPAHALLELED VALUE !
At49<\ See onr Double Bust. Side Steel. Em
broidered Stitch. Trimmed I’ornets. worth 75c.
At 78c. Hw our Imported French wove. perfect
filling CoreeU. worth *l.
At sl. See our seven different makes, extra long
whfitrlsme, Embroidered Stitch Cornet*, worth
We hate also in slock a full lina of all the fol
lowing popular makes;
Dr. Wsrner’s Health. Thompson’• Glove Fitting
CortllneC P C H and H *u.
in all the different grade*.
MUWWP AND CHILDREN’S CORSETS
Mad order* receive careful ami prompt
Broughton and Bull Street*.
I neplcd Bargains Offered This Week
We are recognized headquarters for Ladies’,
Misses’and Children’s Hosiery. We carry ten
times the stock of any other house in the city.
Our assortment is always the best and our styles
the latest. We guarantee our prices always
lower than anywhere el.se, as the following un
approachable values will fully demonstrate:
900 dozen Misses' Itibhed Hose, in black, gray
ami solid colors, sizes 6 to at 10c. per pair.
AN IMPORTANT BARGAIN.
500 dozen Misses’ Lisle Thread Hose, black and
solid colors, at 15c. per pair; never sold before
less than 25c.
100 dozen Misses’ Plain and Ribbed Hose,
black and solid colors, regular made, at 22c. per
pair; worth 35c.
75 dozen Misses' Hain and Ribbed Hose, new
spring shades, at 35c ; w orth 60c. a pair.
300 dozen 1 .(c lies' Unbleaehed Solid Colors and
Fancy Striped Hose, regular made, at 21c per
pair; never offered loss than 30c.
175 dozen Ladies' Fancy Stripe and Solid
Color Hose, fine goods, at 29c.: actual value 40c.
225 dozen I oldies’ Black, Solid Color aud Fancy
Striped Hose at 43c.; regular price 60c.
55 dozen Ladies’ Solid Colors and Fancy Stripe
Lisle Thread Hose at 43c.; regular price 65c.
50 dozen I Julies' Spun Silk Hose, in black and
solid colors, at 65c.; absolutely worth sl.
LAST GREAT CLEARANCE SALE
AT LESS THAN
Kid Gloves at 50c., worth sl.
35 do/ -n Ladles’ Black aud Colored Kid Gloves
at 50c.; reg dar price Si-
Kid Gloves at 75c., reduced from $1 25.
25 dozen Ixidies’ 5-button Undressed Kill
Gloves at 75c.; regular price $1 95.
Kid Gloves at sl, reduced from $1 50.
40 dozen 1 Julies' 5 and 6-button roul Kid
Gloves, in all shades, at $1; regular price Jl 50.
Mo3quetaire Kid Gloves at $1 12; reduced
from $1 75.
One lot Ladies' Undressed Mosquetaire Kid
Gloves, in 8-button length, ut 81 12; reduced
from $1 75.
MARVELOUS PURCHASES IN
800 dozen I Julies' Lisle Thread Gloves, in black
and colors, at 10c., 15c. anil 25c. a pair.
200 dozen Lollies' Taffetto Gloves, in black aud
colors, ut 85c. and 50c.
260 dozen Ijidles’ Pure Silk Gloves, in all the
latest shades, at 50c., 75c. and 81 pair.
Novelties in Embroidered Silk Gloves, new
spring shades, at fl 25 ami $1 50.
GRAND DRIVES THIS WEEK.
100 dozen I Julies' Colored Border Hemstitched
Handkerchiefs at 3c. and sc. each; worth 6c.
175 dozen Ladles' Colored Border Hemstitched
Handkerchief* at tk and Bc. each; worth 10c.
non dozen I Julies' W hile and Colored Bonier
Linen Henurtltclwd Handkerchief* at Bc. mid
85 dozen 1 Julies’ White and Colored Bonier
Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs at l#Hc. and
;5c.; good value for 9ft - . and 26c
31*1 dozen I juliee' While and Colored Border
Linen llenisltiched Handkerchief* at 18c., 22c.
and 95c ; a greai bargain
Novelties In Scolloped Edge and Embroidered
Linen Handkerchief*, vary cheap.
fW Mail <'d*re rev-rive careful and prompt
Broughton and Bull Street*.
A. B. Altmayer & Cos.
Three Great Leaders
FOR THIS WEEK.
In consequence of Die very liberal patronage
jari veil our Towel Sale last week we have made
another purchase, still larger, ami shall offer on
300 dozen 31x48 Damask Towels, knot fringe,
deep fancy bonier, at 35c; each honest value
l!2T> dozen white Damask Dovlies, t£J inches
square, at U9c. in*r dozen; real value $1 -iO.
85 pieces white and cream Barnsley ftama.sk,
satin finish, at 50e. per yard; worth 7 or.
In genuine Turkey Red Damask at 35c., 50r.
Plain and Fancy Crash Toweling at Bc., 10c.
This Week will Witness Another Lot of
HERE THEY ARE:
I lot white Honey-Comb Quilts, large Hize, at
49c.; good value for 115 c.
300 w hite Crochet Quilts, large, size, at title, and
99c.; real value $1 and $1 85.
REAL MARSEILLES QUILTS.
150 13-4 and 13-1 Real Marseilles Quills, hand
soma patterns, at, $3 50 and $3 35; positively
worth $1 and $5 each.
1 lot Fine Marseilles Quilts, slightly soiled on
wrong side, to close out , at $3 75; regular price
from sti to $7.
At About Half the Cost to Manufacture.
The following prices will prove conclusively
l hat they are the cheapest goods ever offered in
5 rases checked Nainsook, satin finish, attire.;
generally sold for 10c.
8 cases Fine Check Nainsook, small checks, at
10c. and 13^r.; worth 15c and 18c.
A GRAND DRIVE.
3 cases India Linen Lawn, sheer finish, at OJ^c.;
good value for 10c.
75 pieces Fine India Linen I .awn at 13}$c.;
arltml value 30c.
50 pieces White Persian Lawn at 15c. and 18c.;
worth 30c. and 35c.
SPK( TAL BARGAINS
In Fine India Linen and French Nainsooks
at 35c.. 35c. and 50c.
AT UNHEARD OF BARGAINS.
300 Elegant Embroidered Lawn Robes at $1 35,
$1 50, $3 and upward.
301 Handsome Embroidered chambroy and
Zephyr Rohes at $3 35 and upward.
Novelties in Embroidered Sutiu and Canvas
Robes very cheap.
Wash Dress Hoods & Domestics.
A8 A RESULT OF
THIS COUNTER IS ALWAYS CROWDED.
Attractions’for This Week
300 pieces Printed Lawu. linen finish, at 4c.
1 lot Crinkle Seersuckers at sc.
i lot Fancy Crinkle Seersuckers at 10c.; actual
35 pieces Fine Zephyr Ginghams at 13>$c.;
usual price 30c.
“30 pieces Striped Crepe Cloth, with Plain to
mulch, iu light colors, at 15c.; very cheap.
8 cases Best, Quality Standard Calicoes, fast
colors, at 5c.: worth 7Jsc.
3 cases Best Quality Double width Sheeting at
15c.; reduced from 3l)c
1 lot American Sateens, good styles, at. lJHje.;
sold elsew here for 15c. and I He.
We continue the sale of Best Quality French
Saleens, beautifid styles,at 30c.; retailed iu New
York at 35c.
75 pieces double width Madras Scrim, with
and without border, at 13Ake.; would bo cheap
35 pieces 40-Inch Iju.-c Scrim at l%c. and 15c.;
actual value 30c.
I Alice Curtail is.
150 )>ali>, Real Nottingham • latex Curtains at
flftc $1 35 and $1 50 per fmir; positively worth
$1 .VI, $3 and $3 35 |ier pair.
40 pairs Handsome Scrim Curtains at 910 50;
reduced from |IN.
HTMail orders receive careful and prompt
Broughton &ivi Bull Streets.
j PRICE ij*lO A YEtR.i
/ 3 C ENTS A COPY.f
niiw t Cm
How much a man is like old shoes;
Fop instance, both a sole may lose;
Both have been tanned, both arc made tigty
By cobblers, both got left and right,
B>th need a mute to bo complete,
And both are made to get on feet.
They both need b aling; oft are sold;
Ami both in time will turn to mold.
IVith shoo# the last is tirst; with men
The first shall be th* last, and when
The shoos wear out they're mended new*
When men wear out they're men dead, look
They both are trod upon, and both
"Will tread on others* nothin# loth.
Both have their ties and both incline,
When polished, iu the world to shine;
And both j**# out and would youchooau
To boa man or lie his shoes.
Our Gents’ Shoo Department
Is now replete witli (be moat extensive lines wa
have ever before shown. Our special
ties this week will lie:
Gents’ N. K. Calf Face Shoes $135; actual
value $1 75. *
Gents’ N. K. Calf Lace Button or Elastic Shoe*
$1 50; worth $3
Gents’ r. K. Calf Lace or Elastic Shoes $1 5Jf
worth $3 50.
Gents’ Calf Shoes, Bolton lace nr Elastje,
broad, medium or narrow toes, seamless foiling,
only $3; worth $3.
Gents’ Calf Shoes, Lace or Elastic, $3 50$
really worth $3 50.
Gents’ All Solid Seamless Shoes, made of best.
American calfskin, on newest style of lasts, in
button lace or clastic, $3 per pair; actually
Gents’ fine American Calfskin Shoes, button,
lace or elastic, $3 50; worth $5.
Gents’ best American Calfskin Shoos,
lace or elastic, $1; worth $5.
Gents’ best French Calf Shoes, in button, !ac
or elastic, Opera, Loudon, Paris, and French toe,
warranted best hand sewed work, only $5; sold
elsewhere for $7.
We keep a full line of Thomas Emerson's Smut
celebrated “Fine Shoes,’’ in button, lace op
elastic, and all the latest styles, prices from $5
to $7. These goods arc superior to any custom,
We show an elegant line of Genta’ Low Shoes.
Gents’ Oxford Ties $1 35; wort It $1 75.
Gents’ Strap Ties $i 35; worth $1 75.
Gents’ Prince Albert oaiters9l 3ft;worthsl 75.
Gents’ Oxford Ties, London or French toe,
$1 50; worth $3.
(tents’ Prince Alberts, London or French too,
$1 50; wort It $3.
Gents’ Calf Oxford Tics, London or Frcnck
toe, $3: worth $3.
Gents’ Calf Strap Ties, London or French toe,
$3; worth $3.
Gents’ Calf Prince Alberts, London or French
toe, $3; worth $3.
Gents’ Calf Oxford Ties, London, Paris OP
French toe, only $3 50; worth $3 50.
Gents’ Calf Prince Albvrts, Opera, London
and French toe, $3 50; worth $3 50.
Gents' Calf Oxford Button Shoes. Opera, Lon
don or French toe, $3 50; worth $3 50.
Gents’ Oxford Ties, Oxford Button, Strap
Ties, Prim e Allterts, in Opera, Ijindon, Parti
and French toes, $3, $3 50, $4, $l5O and $5;
worth $4, $4 50, $6, $5 50 and SO.
For the finest and best aseorted stock of Gent#*-
Low Shoes visit our Shoo Department.
LADIES’ LOW SHOES.
1 aulies’ Kid Newport Ties 715.; worth sl.
laid lea* Kid Oxford Ties 73c.; worth sl.
Ijuiies’ Kid Oxford Ties, Waukenphaust last}
$1; worth $1 50.
Ladles' Kid Newport Button (worked hutto®
holesi, Wauk-nphaiist last, $1; worth $1 50.
lauiies’ Kid Oxford Ties, hand sewed, $1 35}
worth $1 75.
Ladies 1 Kid Newport Button, hand flawed,
$1 85; worth $1 75.
Ladle*’ Kid Windsor Ties, very cheap, on*y
$1 ’35; worth $1 75.
lauiies' Kid Newpot Ties $1 35; worth $1 75.
HARD HITTING BARGAINS.
lauiies' Fine Hand Sewed Opera Toe Turn Ox
ford Ties, very neat, only $1 50; worth $3 50
Ladies’ Fine Hand Sewed Oxfords, common*
sense last, (loodrich & Porter's make, only $1 58}
Ladies’ Newport Button, $1 50; worth $3 50.
PERFECT FITTING SHOES.
lauiies’ Lotto 1-Htrap Slippers, hand sewed,
with beaded bow. $1 50; worth $3 50.
Ladles’ Lott a 1 Strap Slippers, hand sewed,
plain, with French heel. $1 50; worth $2 50.
Ladies’ l Strup Victoria Buckle Slippers, very
new, hand sewed, $1 75: worth $3 50.
ladies’ Fedora Steel Beaded Bow Slipper*
hand sewed. $J 75; worth $3 50.
Ladles’ Fine Curacoa Kid, Oxford ties. London
toe. straight tow. band sewed turns, $1 75; sold
elsewhere for $3 50.
lauiies ('ur.iroa Lid, Oxford ties, band sewe<V
$175; worth $3 50.
Lillies’ Patent Leather Oxfords,
Thursday's steamer rrom New York brought
us several cases ladies’ Patent Leather Vamp
Oxfords, with dangola quarters, mode in Opera
tp\ with Is- Gay French heels, and are war
ranted genuine liund sewed. These shoes am
sold in si mm- stores at from $3 50 to sl. We will
make a drive of these at $1 98 per pair. They
are a liosltlve Ixirgaln.
laide-s' Bongola Oxfonks, seamless, $1 98;
lauiies’ Bronzed leaded Oxfords, hand aewod,
l-'reneh heels, $! 98; worth $3.
I jidl.-s' Fine Curacoa Kid Oxfords, Opera toe,
hand sewed, very neat. $9.
Ijulles’ Fine 4-button Newport*, hand sewed,
a Itfirgum. $3 and $3 35: worth $3 and 98 50.
lauiies' Fine Kid Kleel Beaded tillopera, with
at*-el Im-u-lisl how*, $3 48; worth $3 50.
We have iJulies Oxfords Indies'Newport*.
1 Julies’ Newport Bolton, lJulies’ Fedoras and
WltuUor Ties, from 75--. to 9-’’
K.*,- one fine lines Iu Ijulles Button Boots.
I Julies', Gents . Misses' and ChiUtartt’s Shoe*
■jr*- to $3 tier |Mir leu* than same g-ssis can I®
purchaaMt rise where.
Vint Our Shoe Department, First Floor
|®r Mad orders receive careful and prompt
Broughton nd Bull Street^