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THE PITTSBURG' DISPATCH,- SATURDAY, APEH? 13,
Business is better,
A Decided Gain at Several Points and
Trade Fair Everywhere.
EVEN IRON IS A SHADE FIRMER.
The Total Output for April One-Third
Larger Than Last Xear.
A SHAEP BALLY IN EEFI5ED SUGAR.
lie General Eltcation u Bcrlewed by Braastreet's.
ana E. G. Dun Co.
According to the reports .received by
Bradttreet't and E. G. Dun & Co. business
has decidedly improved at many points.
JJearly ail staple lines are showing signs of
increased activity. Agricultural exports
are larger than for some time. The number
of failures, however, is still large.
tErXCXU. TELTQEAJI TO THZ DISrMTCR.1
Kew Yobk, April 12. The greatest
amount of improvement in the movement of
general trade at the various business cen
ters, reported by wire to radtreet's, has
been shown this week at Kansas City, Cin
cinnati and Chicago. At the first named
considerable activity is due to buyers of
supplies preparing to enter Oklahoma. At
most other points business has remained
steady or quiet The fires at Savannah
have checked distribution there.
Vessels have been chartered "at Ban Fran
cisco to carry 150,000 bushels more wheat to
Sydney, Australia. Crop prospects in all
directions, except for Louisiana rice, are re
ported good. The weather is generally
General trade at New York is dull; but
the volume of business done there this sea
son is equal to or in excess of that a year
ago. Sales of fnrniturc, liquors, boots ana
shoes, leather and paints are fair, while
groceries, crockery, glassware, hardware,
cigars and leaf tobacco, drugs and rubber
are dull. Paints are firm, with strong
prices. Cheese, eggs, leather, crockery
and glassware, seed Teat tobacco and crude
rubber are weak or lower.
A BULLISH FEELING PBEYAILS.
Bullish sentiments govern the New York
stock market. Manipulation, aided by re
newed European and public buying," ad
vanced prices of the leading seennties, and
liquidation in the Southwesterns is ap
parently ended. Bonds are firm and ad
vancing. The city of New York placed
$7,457,000 2J per cent bonds at par and
over. Money at New York shows increas
ing ease. Call loans 33f per cent. Ex
change is firmer, with demand sterling at
$4 88Ji54 89.
"Wheat went off Friday night about 2
cents on lower cables, favorable weather
"West and a heavy speculative liquidation,
with sales nt New York ot nearly 55 000,000
bushels, against less than 500,000 bushels
cash wheat sold. Floor reacted 5 to 15
cents per barrel. Indian corn declined
about three-quarters of a cent on freer inte
rior movement and lower cables. Spot oats
were firmer and five-eighths of a cent up,
while speculative sales induced a decline of
one-quarter of a cent on the options.
Exports of wheat (and flour as wheat)
from both coasts this week aggregate
1,226,073 bushels of wheat, against 1,117,370
bushels last week and 2,140,730 bushels in
the like week in 1888. fork, in sympathy
with the West, has gone off 75 cents per
barrel. Cattle at Kansas City are 20 cents
higher than before this year. Hogs are
TEOSPECT FOE DEYGOODS.
Drygoods jobbing is more active at Bos
ton, but only moderate at New York. Some
buyers are reported to be holding off to take
advantage of the centennial celebration at
New Tort. Commission men report a
larger reorder demand for printed dress
fabrics at both markets. Increasing stocks
and slack demand have lowered print cloth
prices one-eighth of a cent on the week and
one-fourth ot a cent since April 1.
Deliveries of men's wear goods are of
good volume, but new business is limited.
An auction sale of over 10,000 rolls of car
pet at New York brought prices 15 to 20 per
cent below regular rates. This is regarded
as satisfactory. A drive of 500 cases of
prints at New York this week was the event
in that line.
Raw wool is easier on indifference of man
ufacturers, efforts of dealers to clear out old
stocks and the near approach of the new
clip. Cotton is one-eighth of a cent higher
on favorable advices from abroad, lighter
crop movement and improved speculative
SUGAE OK THE EISE.
All foreign advices as to sugar, under re
stricted offerings and increased require
ments on the part ef buyers, are stimulat
ing, and prices are higher. Crop prospects
are discouraging. Cuban holders await an
extreme figure. Baws are Jc andA-efined
with a readier sale c higher at New York.
At San Francisco refined is c higher. At
New Orleans sugar is easier and San Fran
cisco refined is underselling the Louisiana
product at that market. Speculation in
coffee here and abroad has been more confi
dent with a net gain to Thursday night of
two-fifths of a cent.
Business failures reported to Bradttreet't
number 186 in the United States this week
against 141 last week and 162 this week last
year. Canada had 28 this week against 26
last week. The total of failures in the
United States January 1 to date is 3,873
against 3,362 in 1888.
A DISTIKCT IMPK0TE1IENT.
C G. Dun Si Co. Present an Encouraging
Review of the Situation.
New Yobk, April 12. B. G. Dun&
Co.'s weekly review of trade says:
There are distinct signs of improvement in
business. Reports from interior points, almost
without exception, indicate an enlargement of
trade. Rapid advances In sugar, coffce,cotton,
butter and oats are nearly balanced by the de
cline in wheat and corn, pork products, print
cloths, leather and other articles, so that the
general average of prices is but a shade higher
than a week-ago. But further disbursements
by the treasury hare Increased the already
abundant supply of money; the market for se
curities has improved, and exports continue to
The most significant feature of the week's
commercial news Is the report of furnaces in
blast April 1, which shows a weekly output of
anthracite and bituminous iron only C57 tons
less than March 1, and nearly 37,000 tons, or 36
per cent, larger than a year ago. The signifi
cant fact is that, with a production up to the
largest ever known, prices scarcely yield at alL
These facts. In connection with the narrow de
mand for rails. Indicate that the consumption
of iron in other forms must be increasing. The
demand for sheet iron is fair, and rails are arm
at 127 to J27 50. though sales are but 10,000 tons.
Nails are firmer and bar Iron is still irregular
and low. Pic iron Is rather weaker, and some
southern Is offered below (17 for No. 1, while
mill iron ranges from 114 75 to $15 6a
The sharp advanc of 32 cents per ten pounds
in raw sugar, with the purchase of the San
Francisco refinery for the trust, accompany a
sudden rise of 6 cent, in the trust's stock. The
boot and shoe trade is said to be large beyond
precedent. Leather is a shadelower. and hides
are overabundant. Baw cotton has risen a
quarter. In oil lower prices caused a decrease
of t200,OCO in value for March, and the market
has been. dull and weak. Woolen manufact
urers and dealers are excited by the news that
the recently appointed appraiser at Philadelphia
his advanced the duty on worsteds to corre
spond with that on woolens, and some believe
that a similar ruling will soon be made here
and at other ports. The market for raw wool
is stronger in tone, and an advance in price is
expected. Copper and tin are still somewhat
weaker, and the excessive supplies still depress
the coal market, which is worse than dull. The
volume of business is unsatisfactory, and sales
below schedule rates are reported.
Without exception, reports from the interior
show that money is abundant, though in a few
Instances the demand Is improving, fear of
disturbance in connection with April settle
ments having passed. The disbursements for
the week have exceeded the receipts by &S00,
000. No demand from abroad appears as yet,
though foreign exchange has been strong in
spite of some purchases of securities on Euro
pean account. The stock market; owing to
these purchases, and an apparent change in the
plans of some operators, has been stronger,
with sharp advance in a few stocks, and sales
for the week have reached 1,500,000 shares. A
more important symptom 1s that exports of
merchandise from New York for April
thus far exceeds last year's by IS per cent, and
the further fall of 1 cents In wheat and 1 cent
in corn tends to increase the movement. The
reports of increase in spring wheat acreage
continue, and sowing has progressed favorably,
the season being about three weeks earlier
than last year.
Business failures number 239, against a total
of 222 last week, and 240 the week previous.
For the corresponding week of last year the
figures were 222.
A EDM0RED BIG PURCHASE.
The Westlngbonse Company Boys Liberty
The 'Westinghouse Electrio Light Com
pany has, it is reported, purchased the old
three-story brick building on Liberty street
opposite the Union depot. It is to be re
modeled and fitted up as store and sup
ply house for the company.
It is reported that they have also pur
chased six old brick houses adjoining this
property and fronting on Liberty street.
What they are going to do with the latter
property was not known by the informant
The buildings have long been an eyesore,
and, if removed and replaced by better ones,
will greatly increase the value of property
in the neighborhood.
contribute! a very
bright letter to to
morrow' Dispatch. She talks of Mrs. James
O. Blaine, Jr and ner desire for fame and a
divorce; relates an incident or a college dra
matic performance, and speaks of the current
of travel already setting toward Europe.
"We want all buyers of clothing to call and
see us to-day, especially nobby dressers.
"We've got the finest and best goods, that are
produced. "We claim and do name lower
prices for fine clothing than our competi
tors, and we are ready to back these state
ments up with goods and prices. "We dis
play the finest line of $10 and $12 suits
shown, and our fine spring overcoats, silk
faced and very English, have made a big
hit The prices of them are $10, $12 and
$15. P. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
They So Say
That black and brown hats are the style
That C. A. Smiley & Co. have the best
That the Dunlap hat is the leader for
That we are agents for Dunlap & Co.'s
That Stetson's and Silverman's derbys
arc having a great sale.
That our featherweight and flexible hats
are easy fitting and comfortable.
That we are doing the fine hat trade of
That we can please customers easier and
better than any others.
That we are the most centrally located.
That you should buy your hats from C.
A. Smiley & Co., 28 Fifth avenue.
"We want all buyers of clothing to call and
see us to-day, especially nobby dressers.
We've got the finest and best goods that are
produced. "We claim and do name lower
prices for fine clothing than our competitors,
and we are ready to back these statements
up with goods and prices. "We display the
finest line of $10 and $12 suits shown, and
our fine spring overcoats, silk-faced and
very English, have made a big hit The.
prices of them are $10, $12 and $15.
' P. c. c. c,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
The largest Assortment of Easter Cards,
Books and Novelties
Ever exhibited in the city has been placed
on sale by Jos. Eichbaum & Co., 48 Fifth
Fob the finest photographs in twin cities
at popular low prices, patronize the "Elite
Gallery." 516 Market street, Pittsburg, Pa.
Bring children. Elevator.
The family trade supplied with choice
old wines and liquors at G. "W. Schmidt's,
95 and 97 Fifth avenue, city.
Look at the kid glove bargains to-day at
See our new London four-in-hand scarfs.
Jaiies H. Aiken & Co., loo iftfth ave.
Next Tuesday and Wednesday at Rosen
baum & Co's.
La Matilde imported cigars from $10 to
$40 per hundred. G. "W. Schmidt,
95 and 97 Fifth ave.
See our new London four-in-hand scarfs.
James H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth ave.
During APRIL and MAY my fees dne only
on allowance if desired. Write
WM. H. BABCOCK,
513 Seventh st, Washington, D. C.
Formerly Examiner In Patent Office.
THIRTEEN DEARS' PRACTICE.
Almeria and Malaga Grapes,
Bananas, Florida Oranges and all kinds of
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
JOHN TE35E fc CO.,
60S LIBERTY STREET. no8-TTS
IF PEBSONS WHO
XiI"VE I3ST BIB-AVEIR PALLS
Will Buy TJieir
WM. H. ALLEN, Brgb5Ca-
They Will Get a Great
At 4 per cent Compound Interest expressed in Round numbers, as issued by
lk Mi Bit i Slip,
OF PITTSBURG, PA,
For 5 Years. I For 10 Years.
The above table shows what can be accomplished by anyone -disposed to lay aside a small
portion of tbelr weekly receipts, and depositing the same In some well-managed Savings Bank.
Everyman who is obliged to work for his living should make a point to lay up money for
that "rainy day" which we are all likely to encounter when least expected. Unquestionably the
best way to provide for this emergency is to open an account with a good, live Savings Bank.
Accumulated money, thus cared for, is .safe. Is rapidly increasing. Is Always ready to use
when needed, and is free from the many uncertainties and fatalities of life.
Strive at once to get together five dollars, or even one dollar, and make your first deposit
Then resolve to add to it as often as you can, even though the amount be small.
You will be surprised with the magic comfort and strength of this course. Nobody knows,
without having tried it how easy a thing it is, without being miserly or stingy, to save money,
when once an account with a bank has been opened.
A man then feels a new ambition and a constant desire to enlarge his deposit It gtres him
pleasant lessons in frugality amd economy, weans him from tho habits of extravagance, and is
the very best guard in the world against intemperance, dissipation and vice.
If you are not already a depositor, and have no special bank in view, permit us to suggest
that you at once try a deposit with
THE PITTSBURG BANK FOR SWINGS, No. 60 Fourih Ave., Pittsburg, Pa.
To all who may thus favor ns, we promise a courteous and accommodating treatment and
itsball be our endeavor to make our business relations, when once formed, pleasant and of long
continuance. GEO. A. BERRY. President.
CHAS. G. MILNOR. Treasurer.
Managers Geo. A Berry, Alex. Bradley, H. C. Bughman, J. K. Dorrlngton. Ji L. Graham,
Geo. A. Kelly, Jas. Laughlln, Jr.. Chas. F. Wells, T. OVLazear, J. Painter, Jr., L. M.Flumer,
Frank Rahm, A. C. Dravo, Wm. Roseburg, Chas. G. Milnor. apl3-5
KEW ADVERTISEMENTS. -
LITTLE MARY CECILIA. BR01LD
Has just been eared of the worst Eczema syer
seen by the doctors who treated her.
Front held to feet a mass of diseased skin.
Several physicians, a modioli collage, and
all remedies fall. Cured by Cutlcura
My little daughter, Mary Cecilia Brunold, was
afflicted with the worst case of eczema, ever
seen by the doctors who treated her. She was
literally covered from head Xo foot with scabs.
These physicians tried their best to cure ber,
but P believe they were only experimenting.
Tbey kept on experimenting for over ten
months, but instead of getting better the child
got worse, and I did not know what course to
pursue. My wife took her, after we had paid
all we could afford for medical treatment, to a
medical college where there were some 20 or 80
doctors assembled, but the case baffled them
all. My wife had to go every day, and some
times twice a day. In fact the medicine they
gave my child did not have time to act even if
there was any virtue in it, it was changed so
often by orders of the doctors. The latter part
of January, after everything had failed, and
patience and money were both exhausted,!
maae up my mind to quit all doctoring and try
the Cuticuea. Remedies. 1 did so, and now,
I can say that my daughter is cured, sound In
health, and well, to the surprise of hundreds.
The druggist Mr.H. M. Krueger, corner
Chauteau and Ewlng avenues, who sold us the
CrmonitA Remedies, is as much astonished
as any of us. TbeCtmcuKA Remedies have
worked a complete cure, and we have used but
a little more than three-fourths of a bottle of
Cuticuba Resolvent, and a proportionate
amount of Cuticuba and Cuticuba Soap. I
am ready at anv time to make affidavit that my
daughter bad the worst case of eczema, as the
doctors all admit ever seen in this city, and.
that she had been cured "solely by the Cuti
cuba Remedies, after the best physicians
and remedies failed.
I shall be glad to have anyone call upon or
write me who has a child similarly afflicted, or
any person who is troubled with a skin disease,
that he may see for himself what your Cuti
cuba Remedies have done. I do this In
gratitude for the cure that has been effected in
my child's case. CHAS. B. BRUNOLD,
2005 Gratiot st, St Louis.
Are sold everywhere. Price, Cuticuba, 60c;
Soap, 25c: Resoivent, JL Prepared by the
Potter Drug and ChemicaIi Cobfoba-
OS-Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases,"
64 pages, 50 illustrations, and 100 testimonials.
I niPUEST, Whitest Clearest Skin and
tU E. softest Hands produced by Cuti
Weak Painful Kidneys
With their weary, dull, aching, life
less, ail-gone sensation, relieved In
one minute bv the Cntlcnrn Antl
Pnin Plaster. The first and onlv In
stantaneous paln-killing strengthening plaster.
Optical and Mathematical Instruments, Arti
ficial Eyes, Medical Batteries. All American
and European Patented Eye Glass and Specta
cle frames. Glasses perfectly adjusted.
NO. SO FIFTH AVENUE.
Telephone No. ISA ap7-86-Dsu
-rrt -rrv"-v SCIENTIFIC
Jl. D W-2L., OPTICIAN,
Patentee and sole manufacturer of the Eureka
Eye Glass. No chain required. Eureka nose
blades fitted to other eye glasses.
Oculists prescriptions a specialty. All kind
of lenses ground and spectacles made on the
premises. 908 PENK AVENUE, PITTS.
Seventeenth and Chestnut Philadelphia.
PURE AMERICAN WLNE3 1-CALIFOK-N1A
Sonoma dry port, SI 20 per gaL; Cali
fornia Sonoma dry sherry. 1 2U per gah; Cali
fornia Sonoma Angelica, SI 20 per gal.; Cali
fornia Sonoma mnscatel, SI 20 per gal; Erie
Island AAA Dry Catawba, SI 20 per gal.: Erie
Island A Drv Catawba,tl 00 per gal.; Erie Island
Sweet Catawba,Sl 0U per gal.; Sonoma Brandies,
from $2 00 to $4 00 per gal.; Guckenhelmer Rye
Whisky, 12 00 to $8 00 per gal.; BoonekampBlt
ter Liquenr.Sl 00 per quart. F. ANDRIESSEN,
40 and 12 Ohio street Allegheny City.
BON1STALLI BISI, IMPORTERS AND
dealers in wines, liquors and French cor
dials for family use. Sole agents for San Gab
riel Wine Company, California. 10 DIAMOND
SQUARE, Pittsburg. Foreign produce a spec
JAS. E. MORRIS.
153 CnAMBEBs St., New Yobk.
Deab Silt For 20 years I have been going to
sea, and up to last month by exposure to cold
and rain, together with taking little care of my
digestlre organs, have got mykidneys Into such
a state that I did not spend a single day in com
ort. I heard of PRATT'S AROMATIC GE
NEVA GIN and tried it, and was astonished to
find my trouble gone inside of two weeks. Yo
have the only curative medicine I ever found.
ROBT. P. SMITH.
Sole Wholesale and Retail Agent in Pittsburg.
my29-TTS 84 Market street
B y a thorough knowledge of the natural laws
which govern the operations of digestion and
nutrition,and and by a careful application of the
fine properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps
has provided our breakfast tables with a deli
cately flavored beverage which may save us
many heavy doctors' bills. Itisbythe Judicious
use of such articles of diet that a constitution
may be gradually built up until strong enough
to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds
of subtle maladies are floating around us ready
to attack wherever there is a weak point. We
may,eseape many a fatal shaft by keeping our
selves well fortified with pure blood and a prop
erly nourished frame," Cm' Service Gazette.
Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold
only in half pound tins by Grocers, labeled thus:
Selection at Low Bates.
For 20 Years. I For 25 Years. 1 For 40 Ye? re.
J' raUil flPv x.
f 10 iHf A
f.PAl JAIL Z l885BBr
45 S 115 160
80 230 320
140 840 470
'230 670 780
450 1,130 L660
1.140 2.830 &890
2,280 5,650 .7,780
4.540 U.S0O 16.650
Genuine has a red H tin
tag on every plug.
OLD HONESTY Is acknowledged
to be the PUREST and MOST
L ASTLNO- piece of STANDARD
OHEWTNGr TOBACCO on the
v market Trying it Is a better
test than any talk about it
Give it a fair trial.
YOUR DEALER. HAS IT.
OPTICAL AND MATHEMATICAL GOODS.
Specialty Correct fitting of lenses and
frames. All styles of Spectacles and Eye
Glasses. Experienced Opticians and our own
factory and workmen are our Inducements.
644SMITHFIELD ST..PITTSBURG, PA.
mHE PITTSBURG CLASSICAL AND
Jackson building, 81xth and Penn ave.
Latin, German, Shorthand, Memory Training,
Mathematics, etc., etc. Classes now being en
We have made extraordinary preparatibns to meet the
usual "rush just before Easter. You will' find in our stores
the grandest exhibition of
Stylish Hats and Bonnets,
in Milan Straws, Lace Braids, Gimps, etc, in all new shades
and blacks. We add daily to our immense stock of TRIM
MED HATS and BONNETS, so that you can be suited
Exquisite and dainty Flowers, with, Ribbons in all con
ceivable styles and widths, in greatest profusion. A larger
assortment than can be found anywhere else. We again
call your attention to our great line of
Spring Wraps and Jackets,
Which is being augmented daily by new arrivals.
6o styles of Silk-lined Beaded Wraps, $2 85 to $20.
30 styles of beautiful Silk Mantles, beaded and braided.
Tailor-made Stockinette and Striped Jackets, as well as
Corkscrew Jackets, in largest variety and at lowest prices.
An examination of these will be advantageous to you.
Another large shipment of Lace Curtains arid Portieres,
our own importation, just opened. The low prices will sur
510 TO 514 MARKET ST. AND 27 FIFTH AVE.
This Parlor Suite A for $48 !
The above cut- represents one of our new parlor Suites. Although
low in price it embodies much of the style, handsome lines, and carved
wood work of our finer suites. The frames are in mahogany finish, the
coverings bf Silk Plush in different but harmonious colors, back (except
ing sofa) same as fronts;, bottoms covered against moths.
Our Furniture Department contains the latest styles from most re
liable makers and at lowest prices to be had anywhere.
0. McCLINTOCK & .CO.
BMING. WITHOUT MEDICINE !
The Grand Opera House Filled
A MEDICAL WONDER.
The interest manifested by invalids of every
description in thopublic healing of the sick at
the Grand Opera House every morning from 10
to 11 o'clock by Dr. Smith, seems to be Increas
ing. ' The Opera Honse is filled to overflowing
every morning with invalids from all parts of
the country and city who are suffering from all
manner of complaints, eagerly waiting for an
opportunity to receive a magnetic treatment
from Dr. Smith. That this man is endowed
with a strange and mysterious gift to heal dis
eases there can be no possible doubt. The
many wonderful cures be performs simply by
laying bis hands upon the invalid is truly mar
velous. Scores of helpless invalids are carried
upon the stage, and after receiving a magnetic;
treatment of not more than five minutes' dura
tion, get un, walk around the platform and de
clare to the audience that tbey are entirely
well. Dr. Smith is a thoroughly educated phy
sician and surgeon, and performs all operations
known to surgery; he cordially invites both
the sick and the well to go to the Grand Opera
House and witness his many wonderful cures.
This morning a man went upon the stage who
had been a helpless invalid for four years, suf
fering from rheumatism in his back and legs.
He was so lame that he was obliged to walk
with crutches and could not stand alone with
out them. In five minutes he was running
around the platform with his crutches over his
shbulder, as well as he ever was in his life.
Another gentleman who suffered from a lame
shoulder and who had not been able to put on
his coat without help in five years, was cured in
less thanfive minutes. A lady who had been deaf
five years was made to hear a whisper. A lady
suffering from rheumatic headache was re
lieved of all pain in a few moments' time.
These wonderful cures were witnessed by an
audience of more than 1,000 people. Dr. Smith
will treat the sick every morning this week at
the Grand Opera House from 10 to 11 o'clock
free of charge; everybody is Invited to attend
aud listen to the lecture and witness the cures.
The Doctor is located at 602 Penn avenue,
where he may be consulted free from 9 a. h.
until 7 p.m. The Doctor will also give a free
lecture to ladies next Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock in the Grand Opera House. This lec
ture will be illustrated with life-sized charts,
and will be the most interesting of any lecture
evertglven in Pittsburg. Every lady should
attend. Letters of inquiry must contain two
MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL
Repairing a specialty.
103 THIRD AVE., near Wood St.
Telephone 85L PITTSBURG, PA.
WILL OFFER THE FOLLOWING MARVELOUS AND MIRACULOUS
aril Earns in Sirs itti
From 800 Boys' hand
some Sack Suits, like
cut, made from strictly
all - wool Cassimeres,
Cheviots and Worsteds.
We want you to compare
these suits with any of-r
fered elsewhere at $10,
and, if there is any dif
ference in the qualities,
it will be in favor of
ours.. It was only by
reason of our having
bought a very large bill
of these suits that we
managed to get them as
cheaply as we did. They
were intended to retail
for $10, but, if you come
in before n o'clock to
night, you can take
choice for just $6.
CONFIRMATION SUITS A SPECIALTY.
Over 100 styles to select from all made in our own Custom
Tailoring department. Prices $6 to 15; and don't forget that we
take the address of each Boy candidate for communion or confirma
tion and will send him A GRAND EASTER GIFT.
From 1,200 Boys' Short
Pant Suits sizes 4 to 14.
There is nothing very
startling about this, you
may say. And neither
there is. Any clothing
house, it is true, can ad
vertise and sell Boys'
Short-Pant Suits at I3,
but here's the rub
these particular suits are
no shoddy materials, but
fine, all-wool Cassimeres,
Worsteds and Cheviots,
made in the very height M
or rasnion ana are truiyi
and honestly worth every
cent of p$'
7r A ' A
' if V i
FOR A FEW DAYS LONGER ONLY.
If you want any of our "Pigs in Clover," or "Cows in the
Corn" puzzles, as well as our wonderful Calliopes or Crack Shots,
you had better hurry, as the free distribution of these articles will
From a beautiful and bril
liant line of Children's Kilt
Suits, made from all-wool
Flannels, Serges, Assabeth
Cloths, Cheviots, etc., in
blue, brown, gray, combina
tion patterns, silk effects,
large and small plaids,
checks and stripes, etc. We
-warrant these suits to be
equal in quality, fit and gen
eral style to anything offered
elsewhere for $4. During
this i-dar" Special Sale,
however, you can select any
one (there are about 500) at
the extraordinarily low price
of S3 50. Don't miss the
A Large and Fine Variety of Boys' Shirts, Boys' Waists, Boys'
Scarfs, Boys? Stockings, Boy' Mats, Boys' Caps, Boys' Shoes, etc
Qualities, Styles and Prices that are right.
K A UFMAN N Q
I X Vast J
Fifth Avenue and Smithfleld Street.
OrthsLlouor Habit Positively Cured
by Administering Dr. Haines'
It can be given in a cap of coffee or tes -without
the knowledge or the person Uklng It: is bso-
latelr harmless, and will effect a permanent and
Seear cure, whether the patient Is a moderate
Inker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands or
Drunkards bare been made tern Persia men who
bare taken Uolden-Speclfic in their coffee without
their knowledge and to-day bellere tbev quit
drinking from tbelr own free will. ITU EVER
i'AIliS. The system once Impregnated with the
Specific, It becomes an utter Impossibility for the
liquor appetite to exist. For sale by A. J. Bankln,
Btxth and Penn ave...Plttsburg: E. Holden & Co.,
63 E. Federal it., Allegheny. TTrado snpplled by
Heo. A. Kellr & Co Pltuburjr. ra. oefr-M-rrs
J. DIA3IOND, Optician,
S3 Stactb. Street Plttstmrjr.
Spectacles and Eyeglasses correctly adjusted
to .every defect of sight. Field' and Opera
Glasses, Telescopes, Microscopes, Barometers,
jMABTIFlCIAti EYES made to order,
HFksd warranted. Always on hand a
3E large and complete stock; jaS-Txssu
From 650 Boys' very fine
Cutaway Frock Dress
Suits sizes 14 to 19'
just the thing for the
nobby college youth or
the fashionable city
young man. These suits . .
come in choice imported
materials, in Scotch'
effects, plaids, silk mix
tures and solid light and
dark colorings. Make
and trimmings are first-'
class, while the fit is per
fection itself. Come in
and take a look at these
suits, and then, if you
take the trouble to fracV
out, you- can see the
same identical suits
marked $15 in the show
window of a certain
clothing house. - Our
price is $10.
From 800 Boys' Short
Pant (3-piece) Suits,
with vests, sizes 4 to
14. It'll' be a great
puzzle to the clothiers
how we can sell these
fine suits (see illustra
tion) for $5, while they
tnemselves paid a cold
$7 for them. But this
doesn't concern you.
All you need to know is
that the suits can be
had at our store to
day for $5, and, if
you're wise, you'll buy
one as quickly as pos--sible.
From a select assortment of
Imported Kilt Suits, sizes 3
to 6. They represent the
very latest Berlin and Paris
ian ideas, and are the most
bewitching and charming
little garments you ever laid
your eyes on. Can't describe
them they must be seen.
They are our own exclusive
styles, no house in this city
having as yet received them.
Wish you'd give ns a chance
to try one on your little boy.
No harm done if you don't
buy. But we have yet to see
the first mother who saw
these lovely Kilt Suits and
left the store without buying
MONMOUTH CO., NEW JEBSBY.
Sea Girt is practically intact as one property,
while perhaps one-third of Spring Lake re
mains nnsofa. The two places are so well
known as Summer Resorts that details are ua
necessary. Maps and data will be exhibited to
possible buyers. A fine opportunity for capl
tallsts or a syndicate. Several of the hotels
and a number of the Spring Lake improved
lots can be included in the i purchase.
Apply to SAMUEL a HUEY. Attorney Xc
owners. Nos. 515 to 550 Drexel Bulldttifc
Philadelphia. ap3-7-TTS .
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