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THE. PITTSBUKG . DJSRA.TOH, SUNDAY,' JUNE '30,3 1889.'
te Two Men Say President Reed, oftlie
Creamery Company, Erred.
, TflEI INVEST IE A SINKING SHIP.
Inrin Entirely Acquitted Under the Indict
ment for Homicide.
,TLATE GLASS AKD A SPEAK-EASI DAI
Joseph MeC.'Bisjgert and John D, Big
ger! each entered suit yesterday against
Frank C. Keed, the President of the Char
tiers Creamery Company. They state that
a short time ago they were advised to pur
chase stock in the creamery company. The
company was organized in May, 1888, with
a capital stock of 100,000. Most of the
stock was held by Eeed, who has been
President of the company since its organi
zation. They went to him. He represented
, to them that the company was in a flourish
ing condition ai.d was making Irom $100 to
5200 profit a day. Further, that on
Jnne 1, there would be a large dividend
paid. Each of the Biggerts purchased 5300
worth of stock. Instead of the company
being as represented, tbey claim, it was insol
vent, had already lost over $20,000. and was
largely indebted to Mrs. Sarah Reed, the
mother of the defendant.
Executions have been issned against the
company's property ana are in the hands of the
Sheriff. As a result they claim damages from
Eeed for inducing them to buy through his
alleged false representations. A capias was
issued for the arrest ot Mr. Reed.
FLAKN MOST STAY IN JAII
Judge Aehcson Refuses to Reduce the
Amount of Bnll.
The attorneys of young Flann appeared be
fore 'Judge Acheson jesterday afternoon ana
asked that the amount of bail, set at $10,000 by
Commissioner McCandless, be reduced. The
Judge from the start said the bail, in his
judgment, was not too high, as it
was a succession of offenses which
the Government now had to do with. J. Scott
Ferguson, attorney for the defense, urged a
lower bail that joung Flann might have an op
portunity to settle the matter, but the Judge
was inexorable. Major E. A. Montooth, at
torney for the bank, said that thn books had
been falsified so slickly and the figure changed
before the Hank Examiner's viMt that even he
was misled. The attornevs for Flann have only
Succeeded In raising $0,1X0 so far, and will en
deavor to raise the amount to 510,000. In the
meanwhile Flann must continue to board in
Warden Berlin's hotel.
Director J. li. Sneathen denies that any of
the attaches of the Marine Bank have been
dismissed in consequence of joung Flann's
charges. Mr. Sneathcn declares that the di
rectors are satisfied -nith all the employes. As
to a settlement of the cae Captain bneathen
Bays they want to recover Ml money possible.
against John P. Walker,
F. C. McGirr ap-
JAMES IIIWIN EXONERATED.
The Criminal Court Business Yesterday
Liquor Cases Bring Severe Sentences.
When the Criminal Court opened yesterday
morning the jury in the case of James Inrin,
Superintendent of the Carnegis pipe line, tried
for the murder of James Rogan, filed into
court. The foreman arose and announced their
verdict, not guilty. Judge Stowe immediately
discharged both Irvin and the jury. Mr.Irvin's
attorneys claim that this will bar the case in
Westmoreland county, as a man's life cannot
be placed in jeopardy twice for the same act.
Jacob Bei tier was fined $000 and sent seven
months to the workhouse for selling liquor
without license and on Sunday.
Iu the caso of Emma Miller, convicted of
selling liquor without a license, but recom
mended to the mercy of the Court, sentence
Robert Ray, for selling liquor without a
license, was fined $500 and sent three months to
John Early was fined 6 cents and costs for
'assault and battery.
John Kapcasky, for the same offense, was
fined 10 and costs.
Cyrus Pryor, convicted of false pretenses,
was sentenced four months to the Workhouse.
Commencing Monday two branches of the
Criminal Court 'Rill be run,presided over by
Judges Stowe and Slagle. The case of Mrs.
Caroline Davis, colored, charged with the mur
der of her husband, a restaurant keeper in
East Liberty, will also be taken up on Monday.
VERY UNPLEASANT HOMES.
Half n Dozen Divorce Cases Because Llle
Has Become a Burden.
Mrs. Elizabeth Bell yestef day sued for a di
vorce from her husband, Henry BelL The
couple were married in 1SS3. She alleges that
lie beat and abused her both in private and
public, and finally deserted her on January 20.
1SSS. She has also learned that he has a wife
and three children living in Winchester, W
Mrs. Mary J. Stick also sued for a divorce
from Alex. Stick, alleging cruel treatment and
Divorces were granted in the cases of Gio
vannio Ciraglianno against Annie Ciraglianno:
Kate Trimble against William Trimble, and
Sarah E. Honfroy against Joseph Honfroy.
Commissioners were appointed in the follow
ing dhorce cases: Sarah J. Quartz against
William Quartz, J. S. Black, Esq., appointed
commissioner: Fred Knapp against Katharine
Knapp, H. J. Bigger appointed commissioner;
Annie Oertel against Emd Oertel, W. Shannon
appointed commissioner; Emma M Walker
A DEMURRER FILED
By the Pittsburc Plate Glass Company In S.
F. Barr's Suit.
In the United States Circuit Court yesterday,
a demurrer was filed to the bill in the equity case
of Samuel F. Barr against the Pittsburg Plate
Glass Company. In the bill it was alleged by
Barr that the officers and directors of the Plato
Glass Company, who owned a majority of the
stock in the company, built the Tarentum glass
works and the Ford City glass works. Then
they sold these works to the Pittsburg Plate
Glass at an immense profit. They sold as indi
viduals and bought in as the company, the
whole company standing the amount tbey
gained. An accounting was asked for by Barr
and a decree remedying the matter.
The demurrer filed yesterday was by Edward
Ford, Artemus Pitcaini. R L. Ford and J. B.
Ford. They claim that Barr has shown no
capacity in himself to maintain the suit, the
injury, if any existing, being to the Injury of
the corporation and the right to sne belonglnc
solely to that body. Also that Barr has not
shown to the satisfaction of the Court that he
has made any attempt to obtain redress within
the corporation itself or to induce it to act in
conformity with his wishes. Neither has he
made an effort with the managers or stock
holders to induce remedial action on their
bibited the- specifications for tho work and
material were withheld from all bidders, "ex
cept, perhaps, the firm to whom the city au
thorities, having charge of the matter, intended
to let the work." It is alleged that a secret
understanding to this effect existed. The con
tract was let at a high price without competi
tion. In addition the paving was defective,
breaking through and sinking, causing large
Which Ilavo Grown Out of a Case of Broach
Frank Whitesell, Esq., yesterday obtained a
rule on tho plaintiff iu the breach of promise
case of Mary Scbubkagle against Joseph Dier
stein, to show cause why the executions against
Dierstein should not be stayed. Three execu
tions have been issued, one for money belong
ing to Dierstein claimed to be in the hands of
Lutz & Co., another on any property Dierstein
may own, and the third for Dierstein'8 arrest
The rule is returnable next Wednesday morn
ing. The dispute in the case arose from an attempt
by Mr. Robb, Mrs. Schubkagle's attorney, to
compel Dierstein to give bond tor the payment
of the 000 the jury awarded her. Mr. White
sell holds thU as Dierstein has already given
1,000 bond for the payment of the costs In the
case "pending the decision of the Supreme
Court, another bond is not necessary. Dier
stein, so far, has kept out of the hands of the
An Old-Time Candidate for Mayor Has n
Big Jndsmcnt Entered Against Him.
A judgment has been entered up against
Benj. W. Morgan by A. Plnedo for S16.158, In
Common Pleas No. L It is for a common
judgment note given first in 18S3 for J12.000
and renewed until the present time.
Since Mr. Morgan returned from the West
his creditor, Pinetto, after renewing the note
and carrying the interest entered it up for suit
this June term. The interest, etc, accruing
now amounts to $16,153.
Against Frnmo Houses.
Charles P. Kellerman and F. W. Meyers yes
terday filed a bill in equity against John Barry
and John Mosser. It is stated that Barry and
Mosser are erecting frame houses next to the
houses of Kellerman an Meyers, on Plummer
street. The localitv is within the fire limits,
and it is asserted that the buildings are dan
gerous, and that false representations were
made to the Building Inspector to receive tho
necessary building permits. A preliminary
injunction was issued stopping further work
on the houses pending a final bearing.
Monday's Trial List.
Criminal Court Commonwealth vs Caroline
Davis alias Palmer, R. J. Mathews, C. F.
Jacobs, Charles Ginger, John Young et al,
Thomas Coyle, William Pryle. William Brook",
William Bailey, Patrick Conoway(2), Regina
Frautvetter, Frederick Moveth, Henry Dnthel,
Charles Schreiber. Fred Werron, Maggie Mc
Donald, John Q. Workman, James L. Orr, W.
H. McClusky. Cornelias Coleman, Auburn F.
Long, William Myers, Goldie Gruklnsky, Eve
lina Hall et al. Jacob Keefer. William Hini
giveiger, Margaret Bark, FatnckCleary, James
Denholm, George Daub, J, Timothy.
During the month of Jnne Register Conner
issued 49 letters of administration and 33 letters
Barnky H ELLIS, yesterday, entered suit
against A. J., John C, Joseph C. and Elizabeth
Friday, lor $2,000 damages. Nellis alleges that
he fell throngh a coal hole, the cover of which
bad been removed, in th3 sidewalk in front of
Friday's property corner of Fifth avenue and
Chatham street. He was severely cut and
bruised by --the fall.
Messrs. Gdmbert and Huey, yesterday,
entered suit against Joseph B. and Elizabeth
Williams. They state that they purchased at
Sheriffs sale, some household goods belonging
to the defendants. When they went after
them, Mrs. Williams locked the doors and
refused to let' them have the articles; $205 Is
claimed for the value of the goods, time lost
going after them, etc
Tho Charge Against City Authorities by
Mrs. M. G. MncConncll.
Mrs. Matilda G. MacConnell and the heirs of
Mrs. E. Gross yesterday filed answers in the
cases of municipal liens filed against their
property for the assessmeuts for grading, pav
ing and curbing Winebiddle avenue. They ob
ject to the assessment, claiming that the con
tract for work and materials was not let to the
lowest responsible bidder as required.
They assert that though the plans were ex-
C. M. B. A.
A new branch will be instituted in Brad
dock,on Monday, July 8.
Branch No. 51 will hold an opentneeting on
Tuesday next, July 2. at their new hall (the
Columbus), corner Fifty-second and Butler
streets, Eighteenth ward.
Branch No. 41 will hold an open meeting
this evening at 730 o'clock at Foley's Hall,
Temperanceville, Supreme Chancellor H. W.
Deare and others will address it.
The Committee on Reunion meet this even
ing at 730 o'clock at 4113 Fenn avenue. A
meeting of the Board of Presidents of this city
will be held at 230 at the same place.
Last Thursday evening Branch No. 63 was
instituted at St. George's School House, Allen
town, Thirty-first Ward, by Deputy M.
H. Hager, assisted by State Chan
cellor M. J. Clark. The following is
tho list of officers: Spiritual Advisor,
Rev, S. JJ. Schramj President Joseph H.
Letzkus; First Vice President. Thomas Han
Ion; Second Vice President, Thomas L. Bar
rett; Recording Secretary, John B. McCabe;
Assistant Recording (Secretary, Frank To
mer; Financial Secretary, Wm. O. Rus
sell; Treasurer, Peter Wilhelm; Marshal, Con
rad Fischer; Guard, A. M. Letzkus; Trustees,
Frank Tomer, William O. Russell. John Gorm
ley, Anthony Fischer, Thomas Hanlan. The
next meeting will be July 8. The regular
meetings will be on the first and third Thurs
days of each month.
Right Royally did Iron City Council Royal
Arcanum, entertain Its members and friends on
Thursday evening at Reading Room ball,
Mount Washington. The evening's festivities
began at 8 o'clock with a well selected enter
tainment Addresses by Joseph A. Langlitt,
Grand Regent of Pennsylvania, Hon. Alfred
Marland, E. Lindsey Grier. C. A. O'Brien; reci
tation by Miss Frances E. Graham; vocal solos
by Miss Laura E. Hubbard.Mrs. R. J. Macrory,
Mr. Morris Stephens, Mr. Samuel Williams;
piano tolos by Miss Annie Stowe. Misses
Frank and Wilbert were Included In
the programme. Accompanist, Prof. Bechtel.
After the entertainment supper was
served Tho following ladies were in
charge: Mrs. J. T. Bovard, Mrs. Frank
Stone, Mrs. J. McCaddon, Mrs. A. B. Cassell,
assisted by Mrs. A. Taggart, Mrs. James
Benton, Mrs. Dr. Potts, Mrs. Maggie McKain,
Mrs. John Spohn, Mrs. Thomas Neeley, Mrs.
James Armiger, Mrs. E. Tite, Mrs, H. C.
Cuthbert, Hisses Marland, Hutton, Fitch,
Soffell, Baker and Dipple. The entireaffair
was under the management of the following
Committee of Arrangements: James A.
Benton, C. C. Boehmer, U. H. Beach, Robert J.
Macron. Robert McMillen. Iron City Council
Is one of the most prosperous councils in the
O. U. A. M.
Shingiss Council No. 893, O. V. A. M.,
elected the following officers for the ensuing
term: Councilor, B. J. Barnhart; Vice Coun
cilor, R. E. McCarty: A. R. S., C. A. Steven
son: Recording Secretary, T. A. Currj ; Finan
cial Secretary, Robert Reno; Indicator, R. D.
Crunipton; Examiner, E. Hunter; Inside Pro
vost, George, Kohl; Outside Provost, J. L. Dro
court; Treasurer, George Weitsell; Trustee,
"Wm. J. Friday's Marie cigars are very
fine; 3 for 25c. 633'Smithfield street, wfsu
The Discovery of a New Dinger Threatening
the Amaricsn People Arouses the Inhabi
tants of New York.
ITew York Correspondence.
'New York City has been more excited dur
ing the past month over the revelations which
some of the best known scientists have made,
than about anything that has occurred before
in years. Among the clubs, wherever men and
women congregate for social exchange of
thought, in business circles and in professional
life I have f onnd one leading topic of conver
sation, namely; the alarming increase of the
great national disease P a r e s i s. A few years
ago this modern malady was almost unknown;
now it seems to be the most dreaded of all dis
eases. The best doctors are discussing it. The
Boards of Health are investigating It and sci
entists generally are' aroused. Insanity,
pure and simple, was bad enough, but 1 believe
Paresis is infinitely worse, both in its
subtlety and far reaching results.
."Dr. Allen McLane Hamilton, the highest
authority in America on mental and nervous
diseases says: "It is a disease Incident to the
rapid life of this country. In many cases it is
dependent upon vice aqd not upon actual over
work alone. Alcoholism and syphilitic disease
are frequently Inducing causes." Paresis
shows itself in many different forms. Inability
to remember and place some familiar face; a
pain or tightnes in the bead, specially across
tho eyes or base of the brain: frequent water
ing of the eyes; absent mmdedness; desire to
sleep but impossibility to do so; a flushed face
one day and a pale one the next; special red
ness of the face and eyes; these are a few of
the many warnings of the approach of this
"Like most new afflictions physicians have
found difficulty in producing cures. Like most
great discoveries, however, one man foresaw
the evil and provided for it. That man was the
late Prof. Phelps of Dartmouth College. He
knew men required something heretofore un
known to the world, and his investigations re
sulted in the discovery of Paine's Celery Com
pound. It is admitted by the best medical talent
of this city that this compound is the only dis
covery capable of checking Paresis, or re
storing the brain, and its popularity in New
York is phenomenal. I have been surprised to
learn how generally it is being used and I have
been equally surprised to hear of its results.
Senator Evarts, whose summer residence is near
that of the lato Prof. Phelps and who has known
of this compound since its discovery, has
used it with great success. Dr. Small, of the
N. Y. Countv Medical Association, says that in
nervous prostration, insomnia, and even
chronic alcoholism following delirium tremens,
it has been perfect in its power. On every hand
I hear good words for it and the sentiment of
.New xorK uity is entirely in its favor."
PRICES NEVER SO LOW.
Chipped beef. 12c and 23o per can
Corned beef. 12c and 18c per can
Potted meats ) comprising chicken, turkey,
Deviled meats duck, ham, lobster, tongue
Sandwich meats ) at 20c 25c SOc and 85c per can
Roast turkey and chicken.. .-.30c per can
Boneless turkey and chicken 50c per can
Lunch tongue 1 30c and 60c per can
Pickled lambs tongue 45c per jar
Pickled lobster. 45c per jar
Boneless pigsfeet. 30c per can
Truffled liver sausage ,..65cper can
Chicken sausage. SScpercan
Vienna sausages 16e and 23c per can
Imported Frankfort sausages 75c per can
Fresh clams 12c and 18c per can
Imported sardines. 12c and 20c per, can
Imported boneless sardines 25c, 33c, 45c can
Fresh salmon 17c 20c, 25c and 45c per can
Spiced salmon 30c per can
Pickled oysters 40c and 75c per jar
Lemon juice 50c per bottle
Fruit syrups (all kinds).. 25c and 50c ner bottle
Raspberry vinegar 45c and 75o per bottle
Ginger ale, imported $1 00 per dozen
Ginger ale, domestic SOc per dozen
Silurian mineral spring ginger ale, qts.
$2 75 per dozen
Root beer, extract 25c per bottle
Birch beer .'. $1 50 per dozen
Grape Sherbet 50c per bottle
Send for the Housekeepers' Guide. Mailed
18 DIAMOND, Market Square,
Straw Hat Bleacher.
J. DIAMOND, Optician,
S3 Sixth. Street, 3Elttslurs.
Spectacles and Eyeglasses correctly adjusted
to every defect of sight. Field and Opera
Glasses, Telescopes, Microscopes, Barometers,
ARTIFICIAL EYES made to order
and warranted. Always on hand a
large and complete stock ja6-TTSSu
This powder never varies. A marvel of pur
ity, strength and wholesomeness. More eco
nomical than the ordinary kin ds, and cannot
be sold in competition with the multitude of
ow est, short weight, alum or phosphate pow
ders. Sold only in cans. ROYAL 13AKING
POWDER CO.. 106 Wall St, N. Y.
s .!? i ig g v-
K. I I- - B- IfH- K1JI
Ttonmm hkj wm na -li
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For Billons and Nervous Disorders, such as Wind and Pain in the Stomach, Sick
Beadarhe, Giddiness, Fulness, and Swelling after Meals, Dizziness and Drowsiness,
Cold Chills, Flushings of Heat, Loss of Appetite, Shortness of Breath, Costiveness,
Scurvy, Blotches on the Skin, Disturbed bleep, Frightful Dreams, and all Nervous
and Trembling Sensations, &c. THE FIRST DOSE WILL GIVE RELIEF IN TWENTY
MINUTES. This is no fiction. Every sufferer is earnestly invited to try one Box of these Pills,
and t hey will be acknowledged to be a Wonderful Medicine." Worth a guinea a box."
BEECHAM'S PILLS, taken as directed, will quickly restore females to complete health. For a
WEAK STOMACH;- IMPAIRED DIGESTION; DISORDERED LIVER;
they ACT LIKE MAGIOt a few doseswill work wonders upon the Vital Organs, Strength
ening the muscular System; restoring long-lost Complexion; bringing back the keen edgcrof
appetite, and arousing with the ROSEBUD OF HEALTH the whole physical energy of tho
human frame. These are " facts " admitted by thousands, iu all classes of society, and one of tha
best guarantees to the Nervous and Debilitated is that ESI CHAM'S FILLS HATE SSB LA33E3I SALS
Of All? PATEKI USSICUrS III TEE WOBLS. Full directions with each Box.
Prepared only by THOS. BEECHAM, St. Helens, Lancashire; -England.
Sold by Druggists generally. ,B. F. ALLEN & CO., 305 and 307 Canal St., New York.
Sole Agents for the United States, who inquire first), if your druggist does not keep them,
WILL MAIIBEECHAM'S PILLS ON RECEIPT OF PRICE, 25 CENTS A BOX.
The Chewers of OLD HONESTY
TOBACCO wiir soon find that it
lasts longer, tastes sweeter than
other tobaccos, and will please you.
Ask your dealer for it and insist
on getting it.
Genuine has a red H tin tag on
- jNEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
The Abyss of Low Prices
SOc. GOc. 50c. ,-,
for the stylish Yacht Hat.
$1 50. $1 50, $1 50.
Choice of all the latest shades and shapes id
The Hatter and Furnisher,
421 AND 423 SMTTHFTELD ST.
$28 TWENTY-EIGHT DOLLARS. $28
$10 Doion, $2 per week for Balance.
Hie marvel bargain of the Nineteenth century.
Xetvest in Summer Hats.
"We have dozens of the most attractive
shapes for summer headwear, and are pre
pared to fill orders at short notice.
LADIES' SEASHORE HATS
in the most novel and pleasing shapes.
suited for all ages, children, young ladies,
mothers and grandmothers.
Old hats reshaped equal in appearance
707 Penn avenue, opp, Perm Building.
n n 1 1 1 IS Morphine, and Whlnkr HablU pain
1 1 U 1 1 1 essly cured. Treatment ent on trial
n1 iree. ixmnaenuaiiT aaaress li. h.
free. ConfldennaUr address II. L.
I KRAMER. Sec. a23rjtttt,Iaa.
$6 down, $1 per week for balance
$4 dotvn, $lper week for balance
HOUSEHOLD CREDIT CO.
405 Wood S-bz?ee-b.
ACKNOWLEDGED CHAMPIONS OF LOW PRICES, ft
FOR ?G O-LOKIOTTS IFOUIRI?--.
Commencing to-morrow morning and continuing till 12 o'clock (noon) Thursday, when we shall close our doors to give our army of clerks a chance to indulge in. the festivities of Independence Day, we will offer an array of bargains
that'll fairly set you wild with delight Those who would celebrate the Glorious Fourth in a new Suit, Hat, Shoes, Shirt, etc., have here a golden opportunity to do so to their'heart's content, and at an unheard of small outlay of cash. But
here are our prices. Read 'em and see for yourself. '
GENUINE FRENCH BALBRIGGAN UNDERWEAR
. Or DRAWERS,
or 85c for a suit, will be the price at which we
will place on sale to-morrow morning 300 dozen
Men's genuine French Balbriggan Underwear.
Bear in mind, these are regular goods, not poor
seconds or job lots peddled all over the country
to be dumped at some "Cheap John" house for
a price next to nothing. If you have any regard
for your health you will steer clear of this trash
and wear clean, healthful underwear, such as
these genuine French Balbriggan Shirts and
Drawers. We know what they are, for we im
ported them ourselves; and, if we say that they
cannot be duplicated anywhere below 75c each,
or $1 50 per suit, we simply tell the plain, un
varnished truth." Our price bear in mind will
be 43c per garment, or 85c per suit
We shall also offer some special bargains in
Men's fine Balbriggan Half Hose at 13c a pair;
or 2 pair for 25c, that everybody should see.
SBIITO UNTIL JULY 4,
For any one of our former
$18, $19 $20 and $21 Suits
For any one of our former
$23, $24, $25 and $26 Suits
. "STRAWS" FOR THE "FOURTH."
There'll be thousands of Straw
Hats sold before the Fourth, and,
if low prices and pretty, styles will
catch buyers, we shall have a
monopoly of the Hat trade during
the next three days. Just listen:
O will buy any one of
our former $i 25,
1 50 and $2 Hats.
O will buy any one of
our former 90c and
q will buy any one of
our former 45c and
50c Hats. -
Children's Straw Hats Reduced in the Same
This sale is limited only f o our fine Suits, and has nothing to do with our medium and
cheap qualities. You can see at a glance how easy it is for any man to revel ' in the finest
clothes at the prices we name. Just think, only $15 and $18 for Suits that in every jot and
dot are equal to the garments produced by the finest merchant tailors in Pittsburg, no matter
how high their prices may be. You will ask, why this extraordinary cutting of prices? We
answer, call and see our stock. Look at our counter after counter of fine Dress Suits, note
the high piles, consider the lateness of the season and you will not be surprised why we have
made these terrific reductions. We have repeatedly said (and our experience proves it) that
it is far better to take a loss (even a severe one) than to carry goods from one season to
another. No live house can afford to pack its goods away, lose interest, pay storage and
insurance and run the risk of a change of styles. This is our case exactly, and tormorrow
(Monday) morning we shall commence to "trot out" our overstock of fine garments at a gait
that will amaze you and dumfound our competitors. $15 and $18 will be the prices, re
member, for our Men's finest tailor-made Dress Suits garments which, if bought at any
other house, would cost you from 20 to 40 per cent more money. If, however, you are not
inclined or prepared to go as high as $15 and $18, we can serve you equally as well.
M-Wo Qi 11e for which other dealers ask $18. wo will (N
IVlUIIb OUILb, duplicate for only $12.
IVIekn'o Qi 110 for which other dealers ask $15, we will &tr
. IVierib OUILb, duplicate for only ' . $10.
MciiVo Qi iio for which other "dealers ask $12, we will d Q
lYiei 1 b OUI Lb, duplicate for only $ O,
Men's Suits, (ga"m $6;
EQUALLY GREAT BARGAINS IN BOYS' CLOTHING.
PERSPIRE NO LONGER.
if the wearing of a light summer
coat will prevent it. You can find
them by the thousand in our Hot
Weather Clothing Department, and
as for our prices they're so low
that you would doubt their gen
uineness if you would see them
Those who'll take in a picnic or
an excursion on the Fourth (and
their name is legion) should pro
vide themselves with light coats
and vests. Without them you can
have no enjoyment, as the heat'll
be too intense to permit- the wear
ing of heavy garments. Now, then,
come right in
and take your choice while
stock is at high water .mark,
our prices away down.
Complete variety of extra size
Summer Coats and Vests for fat
PARENTS THIS WILL INTEREST YOU.
We are the exclusive agents in
this city for this celebrated line of
Shoes for Boys and Girls. The
boys' sizes, 2j4 to 5, are made in
Button, Lace and Congress; the
youths' sizes, 11 to 2, in Button,
and the misses' are made in spring
heel Button, and come in sizes n
to 2. The ' Shoes are cut from the'
very best material to be had, and
are made up in the best possible
manner on neat fitting lasts, and
are the best wearing high grade
Shoe made in the United States.
We carry a full line in , all widths.
Prices: Boys' 'sizes, $2; Youths',
Si 75; Misses', only $1 50.
T-AIsT SHOES, j
Children, in tan and
A full assortment tor Ladies, Gentlemen and
russet low cut Oxfords, at prices that'lL please you