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title: 'Pittsburg dispatch. (Pittsburg [Pa.]) 1880-1923, November 25, 1892, Page 6, Image 6',
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FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WONDERS
IN LADIES' CLOAKS.
AT $3.49 Fine French Lynx
Far Capes, 18 inches loi.g; E&tin
lined; worth 56.
AT 8.98 Best Canadian Seal
Capes, 18 inches lane; satin lined;
AT 21 Finest Canadian Seal
Military Capes, 30 inches long; with
extra vest; lined with Terv fine satin;
COO FINE MINK HEAD o RQ
FUR SCARFS, W O . U O
Begular prices elsewhere 56 and 57.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SURPRISES
IN SILKS AND DRESS GOODS.
That our Silk Department has
made a favorable impression on the
ladies of this city is attested by the
liberal patronage T)estowed upon it
ever since its opening. These are
attractions which MUST draw:
50 pieces Black Faille Francaise,
soft texture; all silk; guaranteed
goods; never sold in Pittsburg for
less than $1;
How only 69c per yard.
50 pieces 24-inch Elack Faille
Francaise'; rich and brilliant goods;
strictly guaranteed all silk; never
sold in Pittsburg for less than $1.50;
Now only $1 per yard.
75 pieces Black Broche India
Silks, in 22 different and entirely
new patterns; never vsold in Pitts
burg for less than Si. 25;
Now only 85c per yard.
75 pieces Black De Soie Silk; fine
finish; elegant goods; never .sold in
Pittsburg for less than $ 1.35;
Nov only 98c per yard.
2oo pieces beautiful Glaces,Plaid
Surahs, Brocades and Changeable
Silks, in the iery latest effects, and
at unheard of low prices consid
ering the qualities.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SNAPS
IN BOYS' OVERCOATS.
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Boys' Cape Overcoats.
9 81.40 for choice from 15 different styles
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Overcoats, made ot heavy plaids and
check; sizes, 4 to 14; worth from 3.50
82.05 for choice from 27 different
styles lirst-class Cassitnere and Cheviot
Conhle-Breastfd Cape Overcoat in dark
and licht patterns and colors: sizes, i to
14; worth irom 54 to $3.
69c for choice from a lot of Fine. All-
Wool Cassimere or Cheviot Knee Pants,
formerly 51.50 and $L7&
AT $G.55 Good Cheviot Eeef
ers, with full Astrakhan fur shawl;
32 inches long; box back; wortn, 511.
AT 98.50 Fine navy and black
Diagonal Cheviot Reefers; full shawl
of electric seal: fur head ornaments;
half satin lined; worth 513.
AT SIS Finest Imported Chev
iot Eeefers, with full- shawl of real
Marten fur, or collar and edge of
same fur, with pearl buttons; worth
Our showing in Dress Goods is a
revelation to the ladies who have
been accustomed to making their
selections from a limited stock
marked at unlimited prices. Our
opening sales have been heavy a
most natural result.
A lot of manufacturers' sample
pieces of Changeable Serges; 54
Worth $1; Price, 49 c per yd.
36-inch Fancy Tweed Suitings;
Worth 25c; Price, 15c per yd.
Fine, All-Wool Scotch Cheviots,
Worth 60c; Price, 29c per yd.
Fine, All-Wool Camel's Hair Suit
ings, in all imaginable shades;
Worth 75c; Price, 49c per yd.
Fine 36-inch Black Cheviots;
Worth 50c; Price, 35c per yd.
Fine, All-Wool, 36-inch Ladies'
Cloth, in black only;
Worth 50c; Price, 39c per yd.
The above goods, once sold, can
not be duplicated.
Boys' Fancy Cape
$5 for choice from 16 different styles
of Ifine. Scotch Cape Overcoats, neatly
braided, fancy cape, fancy pockets, fancy
cuff and collar; worth irom $8 to 510.
$7.50 for choice from a line of Boys'
Extra Fine Scotch Homespun and Bouclo
Fancy Cape Overcoats, janntilv" trimmed
in leather; worth from l2 to 14.
81.25 for choice from GOO pairs Young
Men's Cassimere Pants, in stripes and
checks; sizes, 14 to 10; worth $2. CO.
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Cape Coats, New
AT 913 Verv fine Triple Cape
Coats, in navy and black, 36 inches
long; in favor and fashion all through
the East; regular price 520.
AT 10 Navy and black Mili
tary Cape Newmarkets, extra large
size, with deep rolling collar; regu
lar price 815.
AT 5-PIain Cheviot Cloth
Capes, with Watteau back; 42 inches
Ion;: ensilv worth 58.
AT 10 Fine Diagonal or Chev
iot Capes, 42 inches long, trimmed
with ribbon, braid, or embroidery;
full value 515.
AT 83.08 Tan, brown and grey,
fine All-Wool Beverijble Cloth
Eeefers, 32 inches long; well made;
regular price 57.
AT 84.75 Black and navy fine
Cheviot Eeefers, with square or
notch collar,32 inches long; box back;
perfect fitting; well made; regular
price Sa 50.
AT 87 Very fine All-Wool
Invisible Cheviot Coats, silk bind
ing; coat back; half silk lined; worth
AT 88.50 Fine Diagonal Box
Coats. 31 inches long, with or with
out Watteau back; halt silk lined;
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This branch of our Dry Goods
Department continues to be a most
agreeable surprise to the ladies, who
have hitherto oeeri'compelled to pay
exorbitant pr3c'6s''for Fancy Dress
Trimmings. Our policy of close
buying and close selling has brought
about the change of prices. Read
Colored Bead Bodices; act
ual value 83; for only 81-75
Colored Bend Edges; actual
value 81-25; for only
7c per yd.
Harrow Silk Gimps, all col
ors; worth 10c; at only
3c per yd.
Choice line of Furs, with
Gimp heading; worth OOc;
at only 39c per yd.
Choice from 6 different lines
of Jet Edges: worth 18c; at
only 10c per yd.
The above, remember, are only a
few examples indicating the tempt
ing bargains awaiting you. Our de
layed opening (5 weeks behind)
leaves us with a stock entirely too
large for this advanced season,' and
we are forced to resort to the anom
alous remedy of selling entirely new
goods tor about half regular re
Yoor boy, if riiged out in one of these,
, -will never freeze.
$3.G5 bnys your pick from a lot of
Boys' Fancy Check Overcoats, warm and
durable; size, 7 to 14; worth ?3.
$5 buvs vour pick from a line of regu
lar ?9 and "flO .Extra Quality All-Wool
Chinchilla and Heavy Scotch Plaid and
Plain Cloth Ulsters; flrst-closs in every
mm OVERCOATS. APMDMCLUBS
DISPATCH, PEIDAT, NOVEMBER 25, 1892.
Misses' Fur-Trimmed Jackets.
AX 83.08 Fine Diagonal Cheviot
Reefer Jaokets.with notch collar and
full shawl of Trenail lynx fur and
pretty air ornaments; sues, 12 tp 18;
regular price, $3.
AT 80.98 Tan, Blue or Black
Beaver or Diagonal Jackets, notch or
leefer collar, with lull shawl or full
edging of fine Canadian seal: also fnr
neat ornaments; 9lz-s,H to 20, woith$12
AT 88.50 ImportedKorsey,Beaver
and Diagonal Cheviot Jackets, witU
full shawl or edging of astrakhan,
lynx or French i-eal; also fur heart
ornaments: glzen.lt tola: full valne.SIS
A big saving of money in every
Heavy all-wool Shaker Flannels,
yard wide, worth 40c, at 25cpr. yd.
100 pieces heavy White Flannel,
worth 15c, at 9c pr. yd.
30 pieces fine French Flannels,
in assorted patterns, well worth
65c, at only 49c pr.' yd.
75 pieces fine Eider Downs in
polka dots, checks and stripes;
actual value $1, at only 65c pr. yd.
10 pieces plain Flannels, regu
lar price 40c, at only 25c pr. yd.
69 c for good gray cotton
blankets, clean, nice goods; full
bed size; worth 1.25.
$2.99 for fine, heavy, all-wool
white country Blankets, 6 ft. wide
X7 ft long; worth $4.
82.70 lor first-class, all-wool, red and
black Country Blankets; worlh $3.75.
89c for good, twilled Cretonne Cov
ered Bed Comiorts, in ne? patterns;
81.09 for fine Turkey Bed and Oil
Chintz Covered Bed Comiorts: worth
Certainly the most health pro
moting article for exercise, will be
given free with every Boy's Suit or
If you don't want the Indian
Clubs take a set of those Brownie
MISSEfc PLAIN JACKETS,
AT 82.08-EUgant Diagonal
Reefer Jackets,, tan, bine or black;
size. 12 to 18; worth 53.
AT 83.98 Fine All-Wool Scotch
Mixed or Plain Cloth Watteau Back
or Euisian Jackets, with full sleeve;
sizes, 14 to 20; full value, 57,
AT 86.50 Finest Tan, Brown,
Blue or Black Kersey, Beaver or
Scotch Mixed Jackets, Box or Wat
teau Back; bound or rough edge,
pearl buttons, silk lined, iiz.es, 12 to
18: foil value, $12,
Who of old (and young, too,)
housekeepers has not a soft spot in
her heart for fine Damask, soft
woven towels and dreamy bed
spreads? The last few days have
brought the fact, cler as crystal,
that Kaufmanns new stock of
linens affords not only the wfdest
field for choice, but a positive sav
ing of money to every buyer.
Read and see:
50 pieces of double Damask
Table Linen, in assorted patterns,
worth from 85c to $ 1 per yard,
WILL GO AT
45 pieces heavy Barnsley Linens,
good value at 75c, will go at only
40c per yard,
500 Dinner Sets, in double
Damask, with one dozen napkins
to match; worth $6. 50, at only
$4. 19 per set.
175 dozen large Damask, Huck
and Hemmed Towels, at only 35c;
worth double and treble this price.
200 fine Marseilles Quilts, large,
good and handsome; worth $2;
wijl go at only $ 1.35 each.
Double - Breasted Box
94.35 for choice from a lot of very
fine brown, blue and grav double-breasted
English Box Coats, uith pearl buttons;
worth from 57 10 8.
82.75 tor choice from n handsome line
of Boys' Medium Weight Overcoats,
made of Cheviots or Cassimeres; and
well ,worlh from f4 tn 5.
J3T A lot of Boys' Fine All-Wool
Blue Flannel Waists marked down irom
(1 to 50c
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MARVELS
IN CHILDREN'S CLOAKS.
GRETCHENS AND NEW
MARKETS. AT $2.49 Dark, medium and
light Oretchens or Newmarkets, with
deep Military Cape; sizes 4 to 14;
AT 83.98-AH-Wool Newmar
kets or Oretchens, in tan, blue or
brown mixtures; deep Military Cape;
sizes 4 to 14; worth 56.
AT 86-98 Misses' Newmarkets
of Scotch mixed cloths; double
breasted Military Cape or Watteau
back; sizes 14 to 18; worth 511.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY STUNNERS
IN LINENS, FLANNELS, ETC.
An assortment exceeding in ex
tent and excelling in elegance that
of any other hquse in this city.
This important fact we top off with
our matchlessly low prices and an
invitation to the ladies of the two
cities to call and have convincing
proofs of what we say by a personal
Read these few specimens:
A choice line of Veilings, in all
colors, worth 15c, at OnlylOc per
Elegant Veilings, all colors,
worth 20c, at only I5e per yard.
t Handsome line of Silk Neck
wear, in plaids and changeable
effects, easily worth 50c, at only
Hemstitched Resfcrs, all colors,
only $1.19 each.
Embroidered Chiffons,all colors,
at only 35c per yard.
Embroidered Chiffon Ties, all
colors, 50c each.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY STARTLERS
IN BOYS' SUITS.
92.35 At this price ire offer s fine
lot of Fancy Eeefers, made of All-Wool
Chinchilla; prettily braided; brass but
tons; sailor collar; worth from $4 to
85 At this price we offer a very hand
some' line of very fine, heavy weight
cloth and Jersey "Coats, sizes 234 to 12;
beautifully embroidered; full value 10.
t3T A lot of fine, fancy Kilt -Overcoats,
worth 15, at $2.95.
Imported Gretchens and
AT 86.75 Scotch mixed or plain
Beaver Gretchens; Military Cape or
Watteau back, with silk lined hood;
sizes 4 to 14; regular price, 510.
AT 88 High elegant lonjr Eus
sian Coats, made of tan or blue
mixed cloths; lull sleeve; ptarl but
tons; sizes 4 to 14; full value, 513.
AT 89 Beautiful Gretchens or
Newmarkets, with deep, divided,
high shoulder cape; edged all around
with Canadian Seal; sizes 4 to 14;
Oceans of them endless variety,
inexhaustible designs, unlimited
fabrics, fathomlessly low prices.
This is not a new department with
us, but its new place in the Dry
goods Department is double its
former size, giving us greatly en
A few convincing figures:
1,000 dozen Ladies' Hand
Embroidered Handkerchiefs, regu
lar 35c goods, Atl2jc
1,000 dozen Special Import
Goods, neatly embroidered, nice
selection; regular 5ocgoods,At25c I
100 dozen Ladies' Embroidered
Silk Handkerchiefs, regular 50c
goods, At 25 c
50 dozen Chiffon Handker
chiefs, nicely embroidered; good
quality; regular 50c goods, At 25c
1,000 dozen Embroidered Hand
kerchiefs, fancy printed borders,
These are not the usual 5c
'Kerchiefs, but are well worth 10c.
Fine Duchess Handkerchiefs at
75c 85c, S1.25, $1.50, $2, $2,
$4, $5, $6, $1 and $8 each.
Strictly All-Wool, 82.05. Abont
1,000 suits at this price. All made of fine
all-wool Cassimeres and Cheviots, in
newest patterns; full value, $5.
84.65 for Pretty Bussian Blouse Suits.
They're made of fine Cheviots and Cassi
meres, have brass buttons and are very
stylish. Their regular prices are $7 50
' BT 81.40 First-Class Stockinette
Suits. The usual price for same quality
Boys' DonDle-Breastefl Suits
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