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My illustration represents a pretty and
serviceable winter garb lor a young miss. It
is made of wood-brown vicuna, trimmed
'with Tersian lamb. The jacket is not only
lined with silk, but has also a flannel inlay,
and with it is worn a silk blouse of the
same shade as the cloth, belted in with a
narrow leather belt The plastron is sewed
into the seam at the right shoulder, but is
1 buttoned on both sides. The epaulets are
continued around the back in the manner ot
s short pelerine. In tront the skirt is slit
up into tabs, which are trimmed as ahown,
A Draty n'tnter Garb.
with fur. The hat has a crown in the same
material and is trimmed with the same far
as the dress.
fluffs promise to become more reasonable
in sire. It seems too ridiculous to aggra-
ate the evil of cold fingers by carrying
about a muff too small to cover the bands.
It would be far more reasonable for the
lady of fashion to revive the quaint
old custom of carrying a live
poodle about in cold weather to
serve as a mufl, but the society for the pre
'enlion of cruelty, etc., would soon put a
stop to such a practice, no matter how pic
turesque it might be, especially when the
FOR LADIES and CHILDREN.
F.ne embroidered Pillow shams, 49c
to 84.50. These prices are 33 per cent
off former ones.
Ladies' Jersey Bibbed Vest and Pants
0 17c to SL50.
Ladies' Union Suits 49c to S4.
Ladies' Muslin and Cambric Gowns
39c to S8.
Ladies embroidered Lawn Aprons
10c to S3.
Ladies' .Hosiery, Cashmere, Silk and
iilSlO 1lU bU C.
Children's Caps. Cashmere, Silk and
Plush 15c to S3.
Girl's Wool Hoods, worth 50c, Christ
mas price 25c
Children's Wool Mittens, all sizes, 10c.
Infants' Cashmere Cloaks, embroidered,
97c to 513.
Infants' Slips and Eobes 12c to SKI
Infants' Flannel Skirts 25c to S3.
Infants' Flannel Shawls, embroidered,
59c to 53.
Infants Bootees and Mitts 9c to 75c
An immense line of every
Silk Mnfflers at 51, worth 52.
Finest Brocaded Silk Mufflers now 5L49.
Good serviceable Cashmere Mufflers 25c
to 74c. These are worth double.
dog was dyed to suit the wearer's complex
ion. Astracban will be a modish fur with
which to trim our alternoon costume for
visitinc or reception purposes. It goes
well with cloth. One very becoming war
to apply this trimming is to run three nar
row rows of it around the bottom of the
skirt and to run a single row around the
VUb UUb yi fcUC UUUIUO 1U1U su uunu bU bUD
waist, thus framing the embroidered plas
tron and producing a fine effect. There is
a very handsome woolen material w'ith a
rough surface simulating astrachan which
will be very popular for winter costumes.
It looks very well in gray or black.
Seen Around tho Smoky City.
The winter has hardly begun, as to mil
linery, but still the busy brain of the head
gear fashioner is at work planning the
spring styles. "Hats have been trimmed at
the back, in the front, at one side and on
top," said one of Pittsburg's most fashion
able milliners yesterday, "and now it seems
as if there is nothing left but to trim them
on both sides." It is said it will take a
very pretty and modish girl to wear a bat
done up in this manner, for they are de
cidedly trying but very chic.
This is the season of combinations both
in street and house dresses. Some lovely
creations, or confections that's the "new
descriptive word are shown in heliotrope
and black, a delicate tint ot lavender and
black, Kile green and black ami dainty
pale blue and pale piok with black velvet
trimmings. An odd but rather stylish
gown worn by one of Pittsburg's fair
maidens at a reception last evening was of
light tan corded silk with sleeves, girdle
and small ruffles around the edge of the
skirt of mulberry silk. This color is said
to resemble grape juice, or something be
tween uajenta and heliotrope. The slippers
and gloves matched the mulberry silk.
Among the new purses are the heart
shaped. It is imperative now that no mat
ter what the form of your purse, it must in
every cae match your costtimt.
A pretty novelty in bridal fans is gauze,
with bride's future initials traced along
one side in her lavoritc notver, and a view
or her new home delicately painted in the
Knickerbockers as Petticoats.
Winter petticoats are now being in a very
great measure superseded by knicker
bockers in London, and manv ladies when
ordering anew walking dress have a pair of
knickerbockers of the same material or in
fine serge sent with it.
They render walking far less fatiguing
than tbe Heavy winter petticoats. Each
petticoat not only adds to the weight ot the
dress, but also impedes the movements of
the legs by constantly pressing against
them in the act of walking. That is one
reason why girls when walking with their
brothers become fatigued so much sooner
than boys da With serge knickerbockers
fatigue is avoided without any diminution
Fads, Follies and Foibles.
IlAjfMiEitCfUEFS of palo pink, blue,
lavender, green, or yellow ehifTon, hem
stitched and finished with a very uarrow
bordering ot black lace, are shown.
All manner of odd little waists, to be
worn with the same plain skirt ot servicea
ble black silk, will be of great help in pro
ducing a pleasant variety in tbe wardrobe.
The bracelet clovo has a richly embroid
ered band that fits tightly around tbe wrist,
and it is perfumed by a secret process,
v hereby the perfume cannot be aestro; ed.
It would be a pity for the plain, light,
lined skirt that has been worn this year to
go out o vo ne yet awhile, for it would De
difficult to invent another more comiortable
or easier to hold up In muddy weather.
Tee long ribbons fancied on tue backs of
gowns seem to have transferred themselves
to tbe fronts or long cloaks; they are, how
ever, much wider, and are tied in front in
very long loops, wnile the ends reach quite
to the edge oi tbe skirt.
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You may be able to afford to Vvte time,
but you can't afford to waste your money
on Christmas Presents. Save Time, Tem
per and Money by coming to :
UMBRELLAS For Gentlemen:
Plain, natural or silver- trimmed; also
novelties in fancy handles, 99c to $3.
Buy a tight-roll umbrella of a 65
grade reduced to 83. Just the thing
to give a gentleman.
'HOLIDAY SLIPPERS -A large
and varied ne in which you are
bound to find a pair to suit. Men's
velvet embroidered slippers, 48c.
Men's velvet embroidered slippers,
68c Men's velvet embroidered slip
pers, 75c t
Thoueands to select from la silk or
linen, plain or fancy bordered; grand
values from 13c to 49c
CLEWS FAVORS OPTIONS.
He Thinks Europe W1U Buy Grain on It
Own Terms It the BUI Passes.
New Yoek, Dec. 2a The following let
ter was sent to-day by Henry Clews to Sena
I notice the anti-option bill is now before
the Senate for dlscnsson, and tbe apprehen
sion that it may become a law has knocked
the prain markets of tbe country endwise.
No. 3 cash wheat sold yestorday in Chicago
at 70 cents and to-day at 63 cents, and there
seems to bo no buyers, except on a retail
basis. This only goes to show what may be
oxpectedin tho event of such a ruinous
measure as that or tbe anti-option, bill be
coming a law. The dealings in options
In grain are virtnallv suspended pending
the late of the bill. Buyers are dictating
tbelr on n. prices, which will become uni
versal irthe dealings In options,wbtch here
tofore have made uDd sustained the mar
ket, are prohibited by national law. Tlie
effect will, necessarily, bo to bankrupt tbe
bonanza farmers who produce the bulk or
our wheat crop.
1 hope you will oontmue to exercise your
powerful influence, as you did during tbe
last session, in preventing such a pernicious
measure from becoming national law. We,
are now exporting gold, when we ought to'
be sending forward our cotton and cereals.
Tho n hole or .Europe has been "waiting for
the passago of the anti-option bill before
buyinsf, so as to admit ortneir doing so on
their own terms as formerly, before options
were dealt In. But for this, we Tronic! now
be sending forward produots and keeping
our gold at home.
FBISOR BET0LT3 IN AUSTBIA.
One Caused by a "Woman's Ill-Treatment,
the Other by Bad Food.
Vienna, Dec. 23. A riot was pre
cipitated in the prison at Zenami to-day by
the actions of a hysterical female prisoner,
who leaped from the guard rail on the top
floor of the building to the ground floor,
sustaining serious injuries. The convicts,
believing the woman was being ill-treated,
The prison officials were nnable to quell
the disturbance and the military was called
in. Several convicts were bayonetted be
fore they were driven into their cells. A
revolt occurred in the prison at Konigsgrate,
also, because of bad food, but it was quickly
put down by troops.
DoVt allow, yourseir to trifle with a cold,
and so encourage the development of some
latent pulmonary or broncnlal disease,
uhlchotten ends fatallv. You had better
cure your cough or cold bv promptly re
sorting to Dr. D. Jayne'a Expectorant, an
old-:iine remedy for all coughs, lung and
On December 21,25,36, SI, and January 1
and 2, th Pittsburg and Lake Erie Railroad
Company will sell excursion tickets, good
to return until January 3, Inclusive, at one
and one-third fare, between all stations,and
also to Erie, Cleveland, Chicago, Dayton and
Intermediate points. Try tbe new fast
trains, only 8$ hours to Cleveland, 8 hours
to Buffalo and 11 to Chicago.
Give Tour Boys a TJselai Present,
Krinting presses And outfits $1 75, $2 SO, $5,
$7 50, S10 to S3L Send 5c for catalogue.
. W. A. Busting,
0 Fifth avenue, corner Market street.
Special Bargains To-Day.
Men's fine silk scarfs, 19c
Men's silk upenders, 50c.
Men's silk handkerchiels, 25c.
Men's polka dot blue silk mufflers, $1 each.
ladies' silk handkerchiefs, 19c
Ladles' silk garters, 5c
Tbe largest and most complete assort
ment of men's fine neckwear irom 60o to tz
, 203 Smithfleld street.
Books! Books! Books!
All the newest and best books of the sea
son. Prose and poems.
B. S. Davib & Co., Booksellers,
90 Fifth avenue.
Shall In size, great in results; De Wittf a
Little Early Kisers. Best pill for constipation
best lor sick headache and sour stomach.
XCHRISTMAS MORNING Santa Claus will make his eleventh annual tour of the two cities, and
and Institutions and present the inmates of the same with suitable presents.
which each institution will he reached is appended Delow:
St Michael's Orphan Asylum, Southside, 11:30 a. m.
Southside Hospital, 12:30 p. 11. ' t
Homeopathic Hospital, Second avenue, ip.jl
Children's Temporary-Home, Washington street,
St Paul's Orphan Asylum, Tannehill street, 3 p.jl
West Penn Hospital, 4 p. m.
Episcopal Church Home, Fortieth street, 5 p. M.
Little Sisters of the Poor, Bloomfield, 6 p. m.
German Protestant Orphans' Asylum, West Liberty borough presents
taken to Sixth avenue and Smithfield street
Children's Aid Society Presents taken to Dispensary building, Sixth ave.
Concordia Orphan Home, De Lano, Pa. Presents sent
Roselia Foundling Asylum, Cliff and Gum Streets Presents sent.
Odd Fellows' Orphan Home, Ben Avon Presents sent.
Hundreds of Suits and Overcoats suitable for Christmas Presents will be offered during the NEXT TWO DAYS at prices
far below actual value. SHORT-PANT SUITS, $1.50 up. ELEGANT CAPE OVERCOATS, worth $$, $3. Our
$6, $7 and 8 line of CHEVIOT OVERCOATS NOW GO FOR $5.
With every sale of $5 and over in Boys'& Children's Clothing we give you choice of any of the following presents and others:
A FINE LARGE EXPRESS WAGON. A MAGIC LANTERN, with vievs, and all complete, ready to entertain your
young friends. A LARGE TOOL CHEST. A NEW BANK
LATE NEWS IN BRIEF.
Mrs. Langtry Is Improving.
General Crespo has the grip.
Michael Davitt has lost his Parliamen
Smallpox has broken out in the Mercer
county, N. J., JalL
There Is no sign or an end to the Nova
Scotia miners' strike.
Nez Perce Indians refuse to sell their
lands to Uncle Sam at any price.
William Watson, the Insane English poet,
shows no signs of improvement.
A bomb exploded at a rich man's door in
Seville, Spain, yesterday. No one hurt.
One of the West Superior counterfeiting
gang, Frank McLean, has been caught.
Extraordinary precautions are being
taken at Valparaiso against revolutionary
Samuel Tyrant lately sold COO counterfeit
Vera Cruz lottery tickets to people near
Brl-'andsheld up a train In Poland In
wild Western stylo and secured a large sum
Tho Duluth Chamber of Commerce has
called a National Ship Canal Congress, to
meet In Washington in 1893.
Thn TTnrth American Ifaviirfttlan Com
pany has beon organized In San Francisco'
to compete ior overiana ana jraciue iramu.
An injunction has been Issued against
the New Orleans Seamen's Cnlon, restrain
ing them iroui interfering with a British
A passenger train and a freight train
collided in Cleveland on the Lake Shore
Railroad yesterday. Many bruises, but no
Floyd B. Smith, one of the largest build
ers In the Nausjatuck-Valley, Connecticut,
has made an assignment. Ills liabilities are
$30,000, assets none.
The resignation or William B. Greene,
Secretary of the American Bankers' Associa
tion, which was tendered on the 20th instant,
has been accepted.
Thomas W. Hanson, aged 70 years, a
farmer from Fargo, Dak., nas arrived at
Lowell, Mass., to marry Mrs. Caroline P.
Hunt, a nurse, 63 years old.
busan Porter, tbe fasting Burlington
woman, died yesterday. She had been 52
days without rood aud drank .nothing In that
time but two cups of tea.
On tho strength of Lord Onslow's favor
able report on the adminlstiatlon of tbe
"Daikest England" fund. General Booth has
issued a fresh appeal to the public for funds
to carry on his plans.
Woik on the rallwav track below
Helena, Ark., which was abandoned on ao-1
count or tne mysteiious poisoning or
several convict laborers, will be resumed to
day under double guard.
A-company is being organized in New
York City with a capital stock of $25,000,000
to improve tbe dockage tacilltles of nuflalo
harbor. It Is Bald tue Delaware, Lackawanna,
aud Western Railroad Is interested In the
A case of yellow fever has been discov
ered on the Spanish bark Borinquen, Cap
tain. Alston, ut quarantine at Brunswick,
Ga., and she was eut to United States quar
antine at Sapelo. She came eight days ago
Fire Insurance .rates in Brooklyn have
been advanced 25 per cent by the New Yorjc
Tariff Association, because of tbe alleged in
efficiency or tne Biooklyn lire department.
The incieaaed rate Is to go Into effect at
once ou all risks.
The World's Fair Oyster and Fish Com-
Sany at Minneapolis has sued A. Booth, the
altimore Packing Company, the Boston
Fisn Company and Piatt & Co., to recover
$5,000 lor alleged conspiracy to drive the
plaintiff out of business.
Burglars broke into tho bouse of Warden
Louis D. Pllsbury, of the penitentiary on
Blackwell Island, and stole a bl cedar chest
containing $1,500 woith of silverware. The
robbery was committed Tuesday night, but
was kept quiet until yesteiday.
The renewal of an old feud over tbe lo
cation of a county road near Snohomish,
Wash., resulted Tnuraday In the muwler of
two well-to-do laimers earned Foulks and
Smith, by two boys. 11 and 15 years of age
respectively, named Langston aud Robin
son. United States "Consul Hanna recently
visl.ed tbe Italian warship Giovanni Bau
son, at La Guayra, Venezuela, accompanied
by the Italian and Spanish Consuls. Tue com
mander of the Bauson tailed to honor them
with the umuaI salute tor n. Consul. When
Commander Crownlnshield, of the Kear- '
AND THESE FINE PRESENTS
sarge.learned of the apparent slight, he was
indignant, and sent an officer on board the
Banson to demand an Investigation. Tbe
commander o the Italian warship Imme
diately sent t.n .apology and then fired a
Rev. Gilbert Johnson and Bishop Francis
E. Snowdefl, of the African. Methodist Epis
copal Church, were arrested In Chicago yes
terday for embezzlement. The warrants
were sworn out by Bishop Campbell, of To
ledo, tbe head of the African Church In, this
The men who robbed the express and
mail car on the East Tennessee, Virginia
and Georgia Railroad, near Piedmont. Ala.,
have been captured. Detectives of the
Southern Exnress Company have arrested
John Roper, -Walt King and Rubo Cook on
A Santa Fe train Jumped the traek
and down an embankment and Immediately
caught Are early this morning near Husted,
Col. Two boys named Van Noon were mor
tally wounded, and all the passengers were
more or less hurf, Including Congressman
cleot Lafe Pence, or Kansas.
Frank W. Rohl, convicted of the murder
of the ased Captain Frank Paulson, was
sentenced to be electrocuted during the
week beginning February 6, at Sing fJiR;
The murder was a most brutal one. Kohl
Killed Paulson, an old Grand Army man,
with a hatchet and then robbed tbe bouse.
Two warrants or attachment have been
filed acainst the E. Edgar Crouse estate at
Syracuse. N. Y. The first is for a note or
$1,179 made by Seward Crouse, of Kearney,
Neb., and held by John Gray, ot Syracuse.
The other was in favor of Bansome B. True,
to recover $14,683 as executor for John i
The American fishermen wbo were
sentenced to the city prison at Halifax, N.
S., for assaulting police officers some time
ago, were released yesterday, ten days being
taken off tbelr sentences for good conduct.
The police on duty at tbe station subscribed
toward paying the fares of the men to their
President Whitney, of .the West End
Street Railway Company, of Boston, notified
the families ot the four employes who lost
their lives while trying to save the com
pany's property in the fire at Everett,
Wednesday night, that In addition to paying
the funeral expenses or the deceased, the
company will give each family $1,000.
The Kanaka crew or the French vessel
Cons tan tine, recruiting in tho New Heb
rides,murdered tbe captain and mate.looted
the vessel and turned her adrift. She went
on a reef and became jl total wreck. M.
Pasnin, owner of the Constantino, was shot
on October 5, as was also Captain Marie,
whose corpse was cooked for a least. Four
Kanakas, wbo attempted to rescue the cap
tain, were massacred.
Superintendent Byrnes denies the story
that he contemplates resuming his position
to accept tho office of Chief of the-Seciet
service 01 tue unicea atates. xiu nam to
day: "I have been connected with tbe New
York police force for 30 years and I shall
lemaln with it for the rest of my life, if per
mitted. No other position has any charm
for me." Mr. Byrnes also denies the story
that be and his men have been protecting
Mi. Cleveland irom cranks.
A Discount Sale Before the Holidays.
We have inaugurated a 20 per cent dis
count sale on our immense stock of Lamps,
consisting of Onyx and Metal Banquet
Lamp", Piano Lamps, Metal and Decorated
In China Gooda the reduction includes an
elegant assortment Decorited Fruit, Course
and Bread and Bntter Plates, Salads, Ice
Cream Sets, Fish Sets, Pudding Sets, Tea,
After Dinner and Mustache Cups, Bouillon
In our Art Pottery Department will be
found Royal Worcester, Doulton, Old Hall,
Bonn, Polntons, etc. All go at 20 per cent
off our low prices. We want to close it all
out beioro January 1. ,
Cavitt, Pollock & Co.,
935 Penn avenue, a few door from Ninth
Ladies' laced kid gloves, at $1 a pair.
21 Sixth street, directly opposite Bijou The
ater. Holiday Furniture
At cost to close out. Hfxrt Beroir,
(12 and 614 Liberty street.
No Christina and New Year's table should
be without a bottle of Angostura Bitters,
the world renowned appetizer of exquisite
flavor. Beware or counterfeits.
Max Klein will on Friday and Satnrday
next give away an elegant souvenir. Ladles
will certainly appreciate it. Call.
The procession will be "divided into
G. A. R. Home, Hawkins station, P.
Oakland Day Nursery, DeSoto Street
Ridge Avenue Orphan Asylum, 9:30 a. m.
Colored Orphans' Home, Greenwood avenue, n a. m.
Woman's Christian Home, Locust street, 11:45 A- M-
United Presbyterian Orphans' Home, Monterey street, 12:30 p. m.v
Allegheny Day Nursery, North avenue, 1 p. m.
Allegheny General Hospital, Stockton avenue, 2 p. m.
Protestant Boys' Home, Anderson street, 2:30 p. M.
Home of the Friendless, Washington street, 3 p. M.
Little Sisters of the Poor, Washington street, 3:30 p. m.
Home of the Good Shepherd, Troy Hill, 5T. m.
St Joseph's Orphan Asylum, Troy Hill, 6 p.m.
PLATED TEE WZ0HG HBAST.
Peter Grimm Forgets His Marriage In tbe
Delights of a Poker Game.
Bbooklto, Dec. 23. Peter Grimm, who
is in the butcher business, was engaged in
a quiet game of poker at a friend's house
last Sunday alternoon, -when his little
brother hurried in and told him that his
presence was required at the home of Hiss
Mamie Gauhatz, No. 116 Central avenue,
whom Peter had promised to marry at that
Peter laid down a heart flush, looked
severely at his little brother and said: "Oh,
well, you goxieht back there and tell them
I'll be on deck in a few minutes."
Then Peter took up his hand of hearts
and "raised" his opponents until they
cried for quarter. Carefully placing his
winnings in his inside pocket, he went to
New York, returning on Tuesday. He for
got the marriage and unless he names
another day it is probable that be will be
called npon to explain his conduct in a suit
for breach of promist.
THE PITTSBURG FILTER COMPANY,
No. 30 Sandusky Street,. Allegheny, Paw,
Its use insures a constant and undimin
ished supply of clear, pure, bright, whole
some water for every household purpose.
Send postal for catalogue and price list.
Branch office, Room 109 Hamilton building.
Second-Hand "Uprights" for 8135 and Up.
Jllellor Hoene, 77 Fifth, Avenue.
Several excellent "uprights" for sale,
only slightly used. Will be sold for $135
and up. Cash or payment. See these
pianos. Open Saturday evenings.
Mexlob & Hoxhe, Founded 1831,
Warerooms, 77 Fifth avenue.
BEAU ESTATE SAVINGS BANK, USX.
401 Smlthfield Street, Cor. Fourth Avenue.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $81,000.
Deposits of $1 ana upward received and
Interest allowed at 1 per cent m
We have now In store a large stock of all
tbe finest evaporated and dried fruits, both
domestic and foreign. We can do you good
on these goods. Send for price list. Goods
delivered everywhere. Miller Baos.,
Fine Groceries and Table Delicacies, 182
Federal street, Allegheny.
On December 2. 25, 26 and 81 and January
1 agents Pittsburg and Western Hallway
will sell.ronnd trip tickets to local stations
and to points in Central Trafflo Association
territory, good to return nntll January 3 In
clusive, at excursion rates.
Fob sale at a bargain, a ten-horse power
Otto gas engine in first-class condition.- Dis
patch Publishing Company, Ltd., Erie, Pa.
Mandolins for the Million. i
The world-renowned "Bowman," the
famous "Bruno" and tbe lovely "Imperial"
mandolins. Customers are pleased, com
petitors dismayed at our low prices.
ALrx Boss' Music House,
1(3 Federal street, Allegheny, Pa,
Mr. A. B. West wishes to Inform his
friends that he Is with Messrs. George W.
Biggs & Co., corner Sixth avenue and Smitfh
fleld street, whore ho will be pleased to see
them, having at his disposal a very elegant
line of Jewelry and art goods.
Makt aches and pains yield promptly to Parker's
GlngerToDlc. Try It.
Parker's Hair Ualsam will save your hair.
Dok't be In a hurry buvlng your holiday
presents till afteryou see Henry Terheyden's
magnificent display supe'rb, rich, grand
must be seen to be appreciated.
Lamps, Bronzes, Bric-a-brao.
Diamonds set and Jewelry made to order.
630 Smithfield street.
visit the various Homes, Orphanages
two large divisions, and the time at
R. R. Presents sent.
Of the First-Prize Gold Medal Awarded by
or oAS-SAvnro attli-
A7CZS AT THE PITTS-
iMfuMuiuwif bubo xxrosmojr,
J. C. BARTLETT,
Nos. 203 and 205 Wood
st,, Pittsburc, Pa.,
OR ECOTOXT AUD PEE
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PLICATION or IT AT
URAL OAS IX
The Jewett gas range Is the beot and hand
somest range in tbe market It will save
yon money by saving gas and will give you
perfect satisfaction. OverHO in use. Cull and
see it In operation at Nos. 203 and 205 Wood
street, where yon can also And the Bartlett
furnaoesand wrought steel ranges and tbe
celebrated line of Cinderella ranges and
SraciAL display or Christmas novelties in
silk mufflers and silk Handkerchiefs at
James H. Aiken & Co.', 100 Fifth avenue.
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil,
It is Pleasant.. Its guarantee is thirty years' nse by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys "Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
" Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me ot its
good effect npon their children."
, - Da. G. C Osgood,
Castoria is the best remedy for children of
whichlamucquainted. I hope the day is not.
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and nse Castoria in
stead of the various quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Da. J. F. KrxanLoz,
Tk Ceniaur Company, T7
TVOKli BOXES-Our prices on
these are away down. You consult
your own Interest by seeing: our line
of really fine good's.
AliBUMS Superb qualities and
prices that are marvelously low on
these staple goods. Every new style
and shape Is here; the sensible and
MANICURE SETS -Our line of
these Is still quite large, embracing
all the novelties. As the time is now
short we have made immense price
reductions on all grqods of this class,
and it will save you money to buy
GOLD.nEAUED CANES CT
show a full line of these for presenta
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The De Long Patent Hook and Eye.
" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it A3 superior to any prescription
known to me."
H. A. Abchxo,M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T.
" Our physicians In tho children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi-.
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only hare among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that ths
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
TJsrrxD Hospital asd Disfessakt,
Atxrs C. Burrs, Pres.,
Murray Street, Nets- York City,
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Our 75c line now 34c Silk initial hand
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Handkerchiefs 13c and 24c. These are
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Choice foreign Cheviots In plaids I
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Tricots, Eedford Cords, Velvets and
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