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ESTABLISHED I*so. I
I J. H. ESTILL, Editor nud Proprietor, f
DRY GOODS !
THE INAUGURATORS OF LOW PRICES !
/ T I “No P ent U P Utica contracts our powers, T" IZ3 f
Y iV_ y jL V JL I But the Dry Goods trade of Savannah is ours.” y j
Tlie I >emon of’ IIig;li Prices is* I^)ead; Om* Peculiai* System of* IjO\v r Prices l*Jllecl Him.
(THE LARGEST OF ITS KIND IN THE SOUTH,)
Stands To-Day a Monument to Our Past, Present and Future Method of Square Dealing.
Dress Goods Department
ligli Class Novelties
Sli[il less Goods.
We shali open on TUESDAY, September 30th,
all the latest importations of English, Scotch
ami French Dress Goods, representing all the
We shall also display a full line of American
Dress Fabrics m handsome styles.
We will on TUESDAY offer four
Which are real genuine bargains and have
never been sold before at any such price. They
are as advertised, and are in all the desirable
Pall colors, being in eveir way worthy of atten
tion, as they are about HALF PRICE
2.000 pieces of Fine Twill Cashmere, in all the
new' Fall shades, at 5c.; a big drive.
1,000 pieces of Double Fold English Body
Cashmere at 12j4jc. ; decidedly cheap.
500 pieces of Buffalo Serges, all the new Fall
shades, very stylish, Hoc.; a great bargain.
100 pieces very fine French All Wool Hair-Line
bft'ipes and Checks, 42 inches wide, in twenty
different styles, cost to import 15c. and would
lie considered cheap at sl, we shall offer at 59c.
WE WILL HAVE A
Silk Velvet Plushes
HIGH PARIS NOVELTIES
FALL SEASON 1887.
We shall open on TUESDAY, Sept. 20tb. all
the new im|mrtatioiiM t.i both plain and fancy
bdk Velvets, Plusln sand Satins, comprising
the largest an t most vayied and iierl’ert eollce
•'"ns of new ideas than it has ever been
our privilege to exhibit before In this depart-
will offer 1 lot Brocade Velveteens. In all
colors, at 4Ne,would Is* cheap at idle,
1 lot 21 Inch Velveteen, in nil colors, at 49c.;
settml value 75c.
1 lot 3tl inch Velveteen, iu all colors, best
quality, at (Vic.; sold everywhere for Hoc.
1 lot I>i Inch Silk Velvet, in all colors, at SBC,;
1 lot 22 Inch Fils Velvet, in all colors, at 81 I*l
good value fur SI .45
1 lot Winch Hilk Velvet, in all colors, at fl *5;
a superior finality.
On account of Holiday our store will be cioacd
*'** MONDAY, the IStU.
ffhe JEofnine ffoto^.
We have succeeded in closing out a lot O. K.
Kid and Swede (iloves from a manufacturer,
which we shall offer on Tuesday to our custom
ers at a very small profit to ourselves.
1 lot 4-button Ladies’ Kid and Swede Gloves*
embroidered back, all the new tan shades, at
50c. per pair; would be cheap at sl.
1 lot Ladies' 5-hutton scolloped top, embroid
ered back, French Kid Gloves, in black and tan
goods, that are actually worth 81 25 per pair, at
1 lot High Novelty Kid Gloves, all new shades,
for street and evening wear, heavy embroidered
backs, 4-buttou, the very latest importation;
price $2 25. Sold in New'York at $3.
FOR ONE WEEK.
103 dozen Misses' Solid Color Ribbed Hose,
sizes 0 to fast colors, a good School Hose,
9c.; would be cheap at liVjjc.
50 dozen Misses' Plain Solid Colei's and Black
Hose, full regular made, fast colors, double
gauge. 19c.; a bargain at Ssc.
100 dozen Ladies Solid Colors anil Black Hose,
fine gauge, fast colors, full regular made, sold
50 dozen last weak, 21c., worth no less than 86c.
76 dozen ! adieu Solid Color and Fancy Hose,
Handsome Styles, full regular fast colors, extra
long, at tsc.. reduce 1 from 75c.
250 dozen Lad es' Brilliant Lisle Thread Hose
in Black only, goods which have never liefore
been sold for less than 75c. per pair, at only ilk-.
200 dozen Ladies' fllack and Solid Colors Silk
Hose, extra quality, double heels and toes, 75c.
per pair, actual value $1 25.
Our stock of Ladies’, Misses’and Children - 8
Merino Underwear is now’ complete at 25c., 35c.,
48c., 73c., 98c., which we guarantee to be su
perior to any similar goods sold in the city at 23
per cent. more.
Job Lots at Half Regular Price.
1 lot White Hemst itched Handkerchiefs, fancy
embroidered, at se.
1 lot Lode s' White and Fancy Border liem
stitched Handkerchiefs at 3c.; worth double,
! lot ladies' White and Fancy Herder Linen
Hemstitched Handkerchiefs at 9c.; cheap for
1 dot Ladies' White and Fancy Border Linen
Hemstitched Handkerchiefs at 12j£c.; well
1 lot Ladies' White and Fancy Border Linen
Hemstitched Hand kerchiefs at 17c.; very cheap.
1 lot Ladies' White and Fancy Border Linen
Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, novelties, at 19c.;
1 lot Ladies' Extra Fine Fancy Embroidered
Handkerchiefs at 29c.; never offered less than
1 lot Gents' Pure Linen Handkerchiefs at 17c.;
a derided bargain.
1 lot. Gents' Pure Linen ileinstho ied Hand
kerchiefs at 25c.: worth 85c.
I lot Gents' Pore Linen Hemstitched Hand
kerchiefs. white ami colored borders, at 86c.; re
duced from 50c.
Ladies’ Collar Department.
THREE SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK.
300 dozen I sidles White Linen Foliar*, any
size, price 5c.; sold elsewhere t 10c.
am'dozen Lillies' Linen f v 'llars in white
fancy and mourning (ooff. to match), now and
stylish. prto* 9c ; unreal uat 16c.
jjUO dozen !zillion Linen Collars In white,
fanev and uiouiiiiig muff* to match), nobby
styles, all price liftr. ; worth at least Rkt.
On aw- stat of boil lay, our slot* anil ha closed
on MoMizY, the ikth.
SAVANNAH, GA„ SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1887.
Ss tlie I s lace,
TUESDAY ON IS THE TIME.
To purchase your WINTER SUPPLY of I.inen
Goods. It is certainly to your advantage
to examine our stock.
FOR THIS WEEK. NOTE PRICES.
3(10 dozen Huck Towels, all linen, at ltc each,
or 81 10 per dozen.
225 dozen Huck Towels, all linen, 22x38, at
12)4c or 81 40 per dozen.
175 dozen Damask Towels, 24x44. extra heavy,
500 dozen 24x14 Linen Damask Towels, knot
fringe and fancy borders, beautiful patterns, at
29c. each, or 83 40 pier dozen. We positively as
sert that no sue!) goods can lie purchased, not
even in New York city, at $4 per dozen.
350 dozen 21x4-* fancy Huck and Damask Tow
els, knot fringe, lace borders, at 25c. each, actu
ally worth 40c.
100 dozen extra fine large size Damask Towels
at 40c., equal to anything sold elsewhere for6sc.
3,700 yards plain and fancy Linen ( rash, at
2,250 yards check Crash, very heavy, at 127gc.
1,800 yards 20-inch check and plain Linen
Crash, at 17^c., usually sold for 25c.
85 pieces 54-inch Turkey Red Table Damask
at 2Ste, very cheap.
23 pieces 50-inch Turkey Red Table Damask at
45c., actual value (>oc.
15 pieces 02-iach Turkey Red German Table
Damask at 00c.. \v< 11 worth 86c.
20 pieces 72-inch Turkey Red German Table
Damask, new patterns, best goods. at 86c.
20 pieces I/oom Damask, heavy, at 22c.
35 pieces Loom Damask, handsome patterns,
at 20c., worth 40c.
17 pieces extra heavy Loom Damask, 56 inches
wide, at 3'K .. good vain * at. 50c.
1 lot 56 inch Bleached Damask at 30c.. sold
everywhere for s<:e.
1 lot 62 inch Bleached Damask at 40c., cheap
1 lot 6 i-inch R'e ched Barnsley Damask, hand
some patterns, nt 6V., decided valus lor 85c.
1 lot 72 inch Bleached Bar.isley Damask, satin
finish, extra he ivy r at sl, cannot be purchased
anywhere less than #1 25
125 dozen Turkey Red Doylies, 18 inches
square, at 50c. i#*r dozen.
100 nozen Turkey Red Doylies, 20 inches
square, at 65c.. reallv tvoitti fsc
175 dozen Turkey fU;I Doylies. largest size and
best quality, ut 05c., usually sold at .*1 85.
100 dozen white and red border Linen Doylies
at sk* ier dozen.
150 dozen fancy Linen Doylies, largo size, at
60c p r dozen: will not last long.
75 dozen white Damask Doylies, with colored
borders, at H6c.: a great bargain.
50 dozen white aud colored l>order Linen Doy
lies. large siz*\ at Si per dozen, worth $1 35.
1 lot very fin** white and colored border Linen
Doylies.it ?! 3"). awfully cheap.
1 lot % white Linen Napkins at 85c. per dozen,
reduced irom sl.
1 lot % white L*non Napkins, handsome pat
terns, nt $1 25 per and >zer, worth $1 75.
1 lot 27-inch xKpiuiv white Linen Napkins at
$1 46 per doz *n, mwer s >ld less than 32.
1 lot 27-inch s<pmr * whtic Linen Napkins at
$2 25 ; very fine gXHIa.
Three Interesting Bargains!
150 dozen p ire silk B Jth Towels most durable
goods manu.r, :t i; 1 and, nt 15c., 25c. and •V'c. Pur
chase at once. Quantity confined to 150 dozen.
Arrangeil on basement floor. Good light
Plenty of room. Large stock.
DID YOU SAY EARLY?
Not a bit ton early to bo thinking about them.
It Is a rare Unio for blanket buyer.., too. We of
fur a ti-pound rgxfii Inch Blanket at $5, wlilrh wo
believe offer bigger money value than any others
we ever sold. They would cost us to-day more
than we are selling the n for.
A little finer, If yon prefer, ax) pairs, a few
weeks ago; iiot a public word about tnem, and
almost half gone.
11-4 87 50, T„> 489 50, 18-1 *9 50,14-4 $lO 60.
110 dozen lied (Jomfort* at We
90 down Boil Comforts nt 66c.
15 down Hod (lomforui t 7ne.
15 doz in Bel ( 'milfoils at sl.
Id dozen Bed Comfort ~ extra large, $] 25.
10 dozen Bed Comfort*,Oil H.ulod Calico, hand
some |*a*tern,. $2.
50 dozen hate-n and Cretonne Bed (Jomforts.
new patterns, at ¥2 41, $8 and S3 76,
6 dozen Hilk Boa Comforts, nnnst goods, at $9
On Mixwint of holiday.o ir (tors will ba dosed j
oa MO ADA , the istth tost
Second Floor—Take the Ele
As heretofore we show un
exceptional bargains in this
200 Boys’ School Suits,
$1 50, sizes 4 to 12, con
sidered a positive bargain at
116 different styles in Boys’
Suits, sizes 4 to 12, at $3.
We cannot buy the same
goods for less than $5 to-day.
Don’t conlound this with a
sale of odds and ends. Above
lot were made to our order
and did not exactly come up
to sample. Manufacturers say
rather than take ’em back to
sell them for what they’ll bring
Hello! Hello! Everybody
in the city march round to
front entrance at 9 a. m.
TUESDAY, and get a suit of
clothes for $3, price elsewhere
THE GREAT SNAP.
100 Boys’ Suits, brown
corkscrew, substantially made,
$3 50, worth $6.
TICK! TICK! TICK!
with the regularity of the pen
dulum of a clock our sales are
ISO Boys’ All-Wool Suits, Harris eassi
meres and Bannockburn tweeds in all latest
styles, price $5, wifrth SB.
Boys’ Corduroy .Suits—an immense lino
nt prices that will captivate and astonish
you. The Boys’ Clotting Department is
just as safe a piano for a boy to (leal as the
shrewdest man that ever lived, and if the
father of the boy don’t like the boy's pur
chase nil that is necessary is for the father
to select what does suit him or got hin
Of course, this isn’t much, but it’s our
method of selling pood clothing and the
people seem to like it.
Cnildron’s Kilt Suits, all-wool, blue and
brown cheviots, handsomely made $.5; don’t
fail to see them.
Reduced From $7.
50 Suits, sizes 4 to 13, reduced to $3 50.
An elegant lino in Beys’ Dress Suits, sizes
4to 13, 84, 84 SO and 85. Can’t bo bought
elsewhere at any price.
500 pairs Boys' Odd I’ants, all-wool, sizes
4 to 14, at sl. 81 25 anil 81 50; worth threo
time, uniount askod.
Don’t lead yourself to think we only have
50c. pants and $3 suits. Far from it.
Cheviots, Cftvuimeres, Blarneys, Bannock
burns, Corkscrews, French Tricots, in fa. t,
wc keep nil kind, of Boys’ Clothing, and wo
sell ’em to you right.
1 lot Boys’ Knee Pants,
sizes 4 to 13, at 25c., 35c. and
50 more Children’s All-
Wool Kilt Suits, sizes 2 to 6,
at 75c., reduced from $1 25.
Wc want to do just SIO,OOO
more business in yds depart
ment this year than we done
last. Will yon help us, and,
at the same time help your
self by a saving of from $i to
$3 on each purchase.
Store Closed Monday on ac
count of Holiday.
indie anil Flan 1
PATRONIZED BY EVERY ONE.
ATTRACTIONS FOR ALL.
Come any hour of the day, come any day In
the week, and you will find this popular
department crowded with purchasers.
We Shall Ofler Some Remarkable
Bargains This Week.
5,000 yards Fast Color Calicoes at 3c. per yard.
35,000 yards St amlard Calicoes,new styles, per
feetly fast, at l}. t e. fier yard; *old everywhere
185 pieces Madras Dress Gingham, elegant
styles, at Bj£c. per yard; worth while to ex
3 cases one-yard wide Dress Cambric, sarin
finish, beautiful patterns, at Bl£c.; actual value
3 cases 4-4 Bleached Shirting, heavy, soft
fluish, at 614 c. per yard; sold freoly last week
2 cases 4-4 Bleached Shirting, heavy, soft
finish, equal to the celebrated Wamsutta, at
38,'KM yards Double Width Unbleached Sheet
ing, serviceable goods, for 12'<4e.
V3,|S*l yards 9-4 Bio Idled Sheeting, equal to
New York Mills, at 17We.
5 oases 10 4 Bleached Sheeting, Boston Mills,
at 22c. for a drive.
115 pieces best quality Feather Ticking at 16c.;
reduced from 2 k'
2.600 yards one-yard wide Furniture Crotonne
at J2yeo., good value for 20c.
1 gpTen.-jd stock of Plain and Fancy Scrim at
10c., 12j<jc.. 15c. and 2,c. per yard,
Wc hfcve just closed cut a jobber's stock of
White and Ke I Flannc Is at very much under
regular prices In order to insure a speedy
disposal we will sell at toe following low prices:
75 pieces All Wool Red Flannel at 16c. pei
75 pieces 35 iucii All Wool Red Flannel at 21c
per yard; sol I regularly for 30e.
50 pieces 27-inch All Wool Rod Flannel at 2.">0.
per yard: absohi'ely worth 85c.
HO pieces Red Twilled, ' try heavy, at 25c. per
yard: would lie cheap for Jsc.
33 pieces extra heavy Rod Twilled Flannel at
37bje.; positively worth .Vic.
2, pie-es White Shaker Flannel at 10c. per
45 pieces White Wool Flannel at I7Jq>o. per
35 pieces White Wool Flannel at 25c. and 85c ;
worth regularly 35e. and 50c.
New arrivals in Elder Downs, Gilbert's Opera
Flannels, Basket Flannels, and other Fancy
Flannels at prices tliat will astonish.
Ribbons Retailed at Wholesale
The extensive patronage given thi* depart
ment is sufficient guarantee tliat our variety
cannot be equaled, and our prices are the low
on TUESDAY, the 20th, we will offer All Kllk
Hatui and Gro* Grain Ribbons, in ail the new
fall shades, price—No. 7,10 c.; No. 9, 12'qjC.; No.
12, 15c.; No. Ui, 30c.
Take the Elevatorto Second Floor.
I We will commence on TUESDAY, the 20th,
the greatest .ale tills season of Ladies' and
We have p irclm ed the entire stock of a largo
jobber of the-"' pnu-ki ut 50c. on the dollar, and
offer our customers dll t bo iiuuefiut of this great
100 dozen Indies' Black Tailor-Made Jersey?,
1 lot Ladies’ Black and Colored All Wool Jer
seys, actual value $1 80,
1 lot Indies' Black All Wool Jerseys, Tailor-
Made, Superior Goods, wrath $2 50,
FOR $1 00.
TWO SPECIAL LOTS.
Haute will let placed m sale TL’FXDAY, hep
iwiber Ik Kb
600 Izullee Walking Ji.cKi-Ik: 4 stcb good*,
nil w*ii. in (‘necks an I Miauls, all sire*. Utl -r
ma/le. a i'll ait In teesi. very noM.y gleets. jru<
t4-ih. leizltlo I) worth #7.
250 Lad) m Hrown, Navy aud Hhek Actrsetuio
Jackets, this shumju > go sis. very. *tyi*U, nrue*
84 76; would I# a tuukuln at ft
On acc'mtil f holiday our star* will U Immkl
uu MONDAY held lk4
Gents’ Furnishing Department
Only First-Class Makes Kept in Stock.
On Tuesday, Sept. 20th,
500 dozen Gents' Unlamlrlod Shirts, Linen
Bosoms and Wristbands, at 25c., 48c. and 76c.,
the latter being equal tu any $1 shin in the city.
175 dozen Gents' Unlauudried Shirts, plaited
or plain bosom, at sl. Money cannot purchase
a better article.
A POSITIVE BARGAIN.
75 dozen Gents’ Laundries! Shirts, all sizes, at
50c. each. We guarantee it equal to any 75c,
Shirt In the city.
100 dozen Gents' i-nundried Shirts, all sizes, nt.
7.5 c each. We guarantee it equal to any fl
Shirt in the city.
Our stock of Gents' Fine Dress Shirts at ?1,
Si 28 and $l 47 cannot be equalled for, flt, finish
125 dozen Gents' French Percale Shirts, Un
lauudried, latest patteriv. witli double set of
UtilT-i and Collnri of stylish shapes attached,
all at the astonishingly low price of 55c. Same
goods laundned sell for $1 25.
180 dozen Gents' Percale Shirts, handsome
goisis, at 75c., $1 and SI 26; very cheap.
.50 dozen Boys' Unlaundried Shirts, splendid
goods, at 50c.; sold everywhere at 75c.
150 dozen Gents’ Bicycle Shirts, new styles
and colors, at 75c.. sl, $1 25, $1 50, $3 and $3 60.
100 dozen Boys' Flannel Shirts, all sizes and
colors, at lowest prices
60 dozen Boys' Percale Waists, size 4 to 12
years, handsome patterns, for this week only,
15c.: positively worth double.
40 uoxeu Hoys' indigo Percale Waists, size 4 to
12 years, at hoc.; not sold anywhere less than
100 dozen Gents' I.inen Collars, latest shapes,
at 10c. each, or ?! tier dozen.
75 dozen Gents' Linen Cuffs, latest shapes, at
A lull stock of E. & W. Collars and Cuffs in
all sizes und shapes.
1 lot Gents' bilk Scarfs, Batin lined, at 25c.;
1 lot Gents'Hilk Scarfs, Satin lined, at 35c.;
Gents' Furnishing Stores sell at 65c.
I lot Gents'Silk Scarfs, Satin lined, at 50c.;
sold everywhere for 75c.
I lot Gents'bilk Scarfs, Satin lined, at 75c.;
finest goods out; actual value $1 25.
A Big Drive in l'uur-iu hand and Dude Bows
at 33c., 33c. aud 3 '(*.: worth double.
25 dozen Gents' Fancy Striped Half Hose,
seamless, at 2!c.; very cheap for 85c.
37 Gents' Merino Half Hone, fast colors, at
gbc eaeti or ?l 50 a box; a decided bargain.
50 dozen Fancy Siriped Lisle Hose, finished
seams, at 25c. each; a genuine bargain.
Prepare for the Winter.
500 dozen Gents' Merlono Vest* at 36e., 50c.,
75c. and Si Best value shown for the money.
75 dozen Gents' Ail Wool Vests at ?1 30; very
1 lot Gents* All Wool Camel's Hair Undersuit*
at $3 je-r cult; verv fine goods
On. stock or Pure 1 y*■ Medicated Red Flannel
Hhlris at " V., $1 25, $1 50 and $1 73; cannot, lie
surpavsed for 26 per cent. more.
I lot (rents’ Faticy Striped Wool Drawers,
sl/es 3H, hi) and 32, at $1 13; worth positively
UMIJRKI-LAS.—We call attention touSpocial
Bargain lu S-lk Rain Umbrellas.
Ladies’ Muslin Underwear Department.
2d FLOOR - TAKE THE ELEVATOR.
Good goods and low prices will surely make
th'-ir mark, and iu none of our departments lias
ltd) been more fully verified than in ijclics'
Cotton Underwear. For more tlum two years
w e have utterly refused to allow uuy gomis in
this department that were not Well Made and
of Go-d Material. (Mir stock is now complete.
Our goods are the best for the price to be found
iu Kavanaab. I-a lies, please examine for your
i .-Ives. Wc call attention to
75 dozen laches' Aigul Dresses at 45c. Please
K", dozen Ladies' Chemise, trimmed with
Igtce, at 25c. Please examine
no dozen Ladies' Corset Covers at 27c. Please
las dozen Ladies' Skirts, Cambric Ruffle, at
IW-. Please examine.
35 dozen Ladies' Drawers, Bunch Tucks, at
26c Please examine.
IS FA.2TB' WEAR. Full Line. Good Goods,
2d FLOOR- TAKE THE ELEVATOR.
We are receiving dally, and will place on dis
play. tile early iiart of next week, all the
lyuding Shape* ami Stylus iu
Tiiixmcii Hath and Bossiers,
Plain axu Farcy Ktsnogs.
Fancy Velvzts asp Ahtrachash,
Fancy Featheks ano Fi.owkhs.
Birim' W isos, Flunks axij Tips.
Trimming I )opartment.
Dress Trimmings and Buttons
DireiA liilfiortut ion.
I oil <-wt Novelties.
Immense Variety to Select From.
< mr stock of Dress Trimmings slid Buttons is
arriving dally, and include* everything taut is
In (•-ifiiiriil tins sesaou. Gur variety Is larger 1
ami firps** lower taan ever lief ore
Be.air J kzlginga and PiMseinenterlea.
Fur and iivtiv-r Ti’iuiiuiug*, Mourning I
Paoncuue-io; a* anil Msrnireil Trim
mm, *. Fancy lira els and Cord*.
Iliai k Ltim.Ule and lies.! j
I riiigealu Kodlrn* Varieties j
On account of holiday, i/ui sior* will is ciossd I
vu UQUUAX. Hum '
I PRICE ?10 A YEAR. I
f S CENTS A COPY, f
Ist Floor, to Left of Main Enhance.
We smile with satisfaction,
at the corner we have in the
Shoo business of this city.
Low prices did it. We cam
didly believe that we are sell
ing as many shoes as any other
two houses combined. Pin
this on your memory. We
sell a child’s kid, button,
spring-heel shoe, sizes 5 to 8,
for 50c. We sell a child's
pebble-goat, spring-heel shoe,
sizes 8 to 11, for 75c. We
can accommodate you with an
infant’s kid, hand-sewed shoe,
sizes 1 to 5, for 25c. WE
HAVE DONE MORE TO
GIVE YOU LOW PRICES
IN SHOES THAN ALL
THE OTHER HOUSES
COMBINED. We can sell
you a lady’s American kid,
button shoe, all solid leather,
newest style lasts, silk-worked
button holes, sizes 2i to 8, D
and E widths, $1.25; price
elsewhere, $2. WE ARE
PROGRESSIVE. No in
telligent lady will pay
$2 and $2 50 elsewhere
for the same shoe we
sell for $1 50. AN EXTEN
SIVE LINE TO SELECT
FROM. Nobby, stylish shoes,
made of French kid, for La
dies who wear odd sizes, C, D
and E widths, $2 per pair,
worth $5. We have been
of high prices. If a man
who can make two bladea
of grass grow where only
one grew is a public
benefactor, what would
you call the firm who can sell
you two pairs of Shoes for
what you would pay elsewhere
We have an elegant line of ladies’ shoes,
evening hmx>rx, etc. Indies’ very fine
steel beaded evening slippers, $3 49; New
York price, *1 Curroooa kid, button shoe*,
for street wear. Krewh kid button shoes
for full drees. mothers should
ask for our “l’ansy Shoe,” for misses’ wear.
Best school shoe ever made. Sizes 11 to 3,
widths C, D and E, #1 75. Boys’ Monitor
school shoes, size* Ito 5. Price |1 50, worth
Wc show unexceptional bargains in this
particular line of shoes. Whether you want
h doli.tr and a Quarter lace shoe, or a #5
French calf, IrnnJ-sewed shoe, it makes no
difTerence to us. Wo will give you just as
much attention, and we will guarantee to
save you from Sic to $2 on every pair of
shot* purchased of us. Wedon't Moyouril 2S
shoo will cost you elsewhere $3 Sft, but we
know it to be a fact that the same shoe sella
elsewhere for $ 1 7ft. Mind, flOc. savoil. Our
•ft Fivnch calf shoe, genuine hand-sewed,
lace, clastic or button, any style toe, will
•oat you elsewhere |7. If you don't believe
(t, Just invest, f7 or •* in the best shoe you
can purcha*' In the city, and we will guar*
ante.- out ffishoe is as good, if not superior.
No tetter shoo can be made than our $3
gentlemen’s hand sewed shoe. We aell a
good, reliable, all solid gentlemen’s shoe,
any style and werrant every iialr, for $2.
1 0 M aud comiiare. We sell a genuine
FhiUdclphie <ttlr skin shoe,seemleM losings,
any *ty£s toe, for t-l, as much suiwrior to
James Moans’ or W. h. Douglass' f.i shoe aa
morning is to evening.
BY THE WAY,
w whiU like to renrnd i>ur friends living
•ail of this city tiiat Miy orders mu noted to
us will have our own special attentem.
Hbuas for (Isolation and gen.-joi country
wear at ettraordiuary low prices
Mere closed MON IM T on of biJj4fcV>