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THE HLTTSBUHG .DISPATCH, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1892.
IRON IS A SOFT SPOT
In a Week Otherwise Strong Owing
to the" Bis Holiday Trade.
BEARS ON TOP IN WALL STREET.
The Monetary Filuation Still Hakes Specu
BUSINESS IN DRTGOODS IS THE BEST
NewIoee, Dec 23. E. G. Dun &Ca's
weeklv review of trade says: Keports of
the condition of trade are decidedly more
satisfactory in most lines, especially in
woolens, though trade in iron and steel is
noticeably weaker. The holiday trade
throughout the North seems unusually
lare, especially at Chicago, St Louis and
Cleveland, and it is lively at some South
ern points, such as Knoxville, hut only fair
fit Memph:s and Little Bock.
In other goods and products distribution
appears generally larger than usual for the
season, particularly in drygoods, shoes and
furniture 6f the better grade. On the
other hand, many markets are showing more
sign s oi pressure, and at Chicago money is
strong, with 6 per cent the minimum at
Cincinnati, Cleveland and Minneapolis;
close at Detroit and Milwaukee; strong at 7
per cent and actiVe at St. Paul, while usual
.rates prevail at Kansas City, and at New
Orleans there is a good supply at a very
Bills Are Harder to Collect.
It is also worthy of note that collections
are somewhat less satisfactory at the West,
ieing backward at St. Paul and Minneapolis,
though improving at Milwaukee; but they
are only lair at the South.
The striking leature of the week is the
demand for woolen and cotton goods. All
cotton machinery is employed to full
capacity, but is behind the demand, and the
prices are exceedingly firm, with a tendency
to advance. The result has been a decided
1. crease in sales of wool, which recently de
clined, and are larger than a year ago. In
boots and shoes there also appears a very
unusual demand lor the season.
The iron trade has become decidedly
weaker and holders of pig make concessions
of 25 cents, the pressure to sell being
mainly Northern. ITpr nearly all finished
products the demand is slack, and lower
pneef are made wherever xnucn business is
done. A sale of 10,000 foreign rails to the
Pacific coast is reported, and the meeting
oi makers is supposed to have arranged lor
some reduction in price. Pig iron is in less
demand at Pittsburg, and orders for finished
products are not numerous; but the glass
trade is fair.
The Trade In Metals and Troducts.
Trade in copper drags at 12.3c. Tin is
weaker at 18.4c, but lead is much stronger
at a 8c
Cattle receipts at the "West are verv large
for the week 132,000 head, against 104,000
lat yearaud 92,000 the year belore.
Wheat declined but c, the Western re
ceipts continuing about 900,000 bushels
daily, but corn tell 2c and oats declined
lc." Cotton advanced l-16c. Great stocks
being held lor a rise, so that settlements ot
bankers Southern loans are backward.
Business failures last week numbered 301,
as compared wish 304 previous week. I?or
the corresponding week of last year the
figures were 29JL. ,t
Sradslrea' weekly "State of Trade" -will
saj: Pig iron, Bessemer pig, petroleum
and some grades of finished Iron are lower
as well as wheat and oats. Advances In
corn, coflee, tea and Southern sugar are con
spicuous, as well as for live cattle and hogs.
Tobacco, rubber, leather, lumber, print
cloths, wool and cotton have ruled steady.
The New Eigland boot aud shoe trade is
better than lor years and lactones are well
supplied with orders.
Cotton Mills Expect Big Trices.
Eastern cotton mills are not accepting
large orders for future delivery, as many
manufacturers believe cotton is going still
higher. Wools are only one-third of last
year's. Prices of domestic are firm, put
manufacturers will probably buy lor wants
only for some time to come, notwithstand
ing good demand for woolen goods.
The stock market sbous a disposition to
recover irom the effects of the liquidation
ai.d temporary stringency in money which
marked the beginning of the week. Specu
lation, however, is nervous, and apprehen
sions of lurther gold shipments check any
decided improvement, while they give play
to bearish attacks on prices. Heading is
now tne weak feature, on rumors of a bond
issue aud conflicting opinions about the ex
tent of interest payments on junior
The manipulated industrials have recov
ered somewhat from the depression, but
seem likely to be a less prominent feature.
Foreign interest in the market is at a stand
Mill, financial opinion abroad inclining to
belief in a United States Government bond
Tbe Jlonetary Situation Keviewed.
The silver market was weak on the ad
journment of the Brussels Conference and
the price of bars declined to 83c, a little
above the lowest quotations on record.
Gold engagements for shipments eaTly next
week were anticipated, but now seem un
likely in any large amount until alter Jan
Speculation has just passed through a
liquidation of considerable severity. The
decline of values, however, was not gen
eral and the short duration of the move
ment limited the accompanying disorgani
zation. A rallying tendency, or, to de
scribe it more accurately, a steadier con
dition of speculative feeling succeeded as
soon as it was realized that the sold exports
of the week aggregated ?4, 400,000 instead of
510,000,000, as it was at one time believed
The preparations of foreign bankers for
gold shipments resulted in the calling of
loans and set in motion a disturbance which
last Monday assumed an acute form. Spec
ulation, however, has been so narro-w and
pro.esional of late that stocks, as a rule,
are poorly distributed, and there was no
extensive public interest in the railroad
share list to liquidate in a panic.
The Bears Seem to Bole the Dajv
The market is discouraged and nervous.
Support is lacking, and bearish tendencies
goveJn the general action of the traders.
The renewed advance in exchange gives
rise to further apprehensions about gold
Unprecedented weekly incre?.ses of avail
able stocks of wheat in the United States
and Canada ot late, 4,317,000 bushels last
week, with continued free Northwestern
shipments from first and second hands,
tend to depress prices ot wheat, notwith
standing exports each wepk of late in ex
cess ot totals for like weeks in all years ex
l'ittsbnrg Mnth In the Iiace.
The following table gives the Clearing
House returns for the week ending De
Cities. Cleirlnirs. Inc.
Xtrlort f 934,7? ,909 18 1
Hoflon HXI,707.5b6 27.Q
ClllCllTO 1I3.191.91S il.S
rblladelphU 8a.M9.I0O 2 .5
t-t. Louis S6.3C8.I57 4.:
ew Orleans - 16.7I7.0SS 7.:
Cincinnati 14.682.3 O 7.2
M.uFrauclsco . 14.378.694 ....
Jiltsbur ... . 14.36-i.812
JiausisCltr. - ll.Ku.5iO 24.3
lialttmore lu.74o.'.03 n.3
Iltlfialo - 8.824081 14 2
Milwaukee 8.707.919 22.1
MinneaDoUs . 496.6:4 ....,
LoulSTllie 8.405,958 40.0
Galveston... ... ... 8.073.300 -21.5
Detroit. ' 7.63.095 14.3
1 nsloiA.. . 7.219.989 51.7
'Providence 7. 121. 100 3S.1
omana , 6,870. J31 43,2
Cleveland 6.239.ia 13 5
fct. Paul. 8,834.S 2.11
Denver. 8.594.851 2J.0
Columbus, O 3.631,000 14 5
Total I. 512,261. 277 24.3
OuUldeew yore...... t5T7,40,SC8 18.4
"Mot Included In totals.
C0IOEED BAPTI5T3 C0NFEB.
Annual Election of Officers and Arrange
ments lor a Memorial Service
The annual session of the Afro-American
Baptist Conference in the Green Street
Church, has elected the following officers:
Eev. W. Duvall, President; Rev. B. D.
Epps, ofMcKeesport, Secretary and Treas
urer. Formal arrangements were made for
holding a memorial service for the late
Eev. L. Z. Ailer, of MU Pleasant, trho
died November 27. The service will he
held at McDonald on Mondav, January 30,
A resolution was passed indorsing the
aetion of the Green street congregation in
changing its name to the Metropolitan
Baptist Church. The anniversary of the
congregation will be held during the week
ot January 2 to a On Wednesday, Janu
ary 4, Kev. P. a Gibson will preach to the
Woman's Home and Foreign Mission Cir
cle on "The Necessitv of Christian Work
by Women." Thursday evening a sermon
will be preached bv L. 0. Shaefer, ot Ohio.
On Friday Rev. J. W. Webb will preach
on pastoral fraternity and addresses v ill be
delivered by Bev. W. Duvall on "The
Churches of Ten Years Ago and To-Day,"
aud Kev. B. & Jones on "Christian
To-morrow there will be a union service
at the Carson Street Baptist Church, East
End, at 3 p. jr., when Kev. R. & Las will
deliver a sermon especially prepared lor
Hamilton's Holiday Sales
Continuing with a creat rush. Stop
fora moment and look in window; then
step inside, ana yon will see that the
window (although wonderlul) i hut a
small show of what is inside plenty ot
even thing in the mtisio line, irora ele
gant upright pianos down to month
organs at Sc each. The goods are all of
the best and everytmng warranted.
To-day and Monday we give a
beautiful little nook with each pur
chase wade. Open everv evenlns.
4 b. Hamilton,
91 and 93 Filch avenue.
Gallery Open All Day.
One dozen cabinets and auarge crayon for
$3oolv. Hendricks & Co 's photosranh gal
lerv, Xo. 63 Federal street, Allegheny. Cab
inets $L A'o extra charge forfamily groups.
B. & B.
Lanre lot cents' navy bine white polka
dot silk mufflers on Bale this rooming.
Scarce and in reat demand.
Booos & Bful.
For the Late Xmas Shoppers.
We shall keep our entire store open until
11 o'clock this vvepinsr. Come and see us.
Hardy & Hates, Jeweler".
629 Smtthfleld street.
Just the Thing.
The otand lamps at Henry TerheycVen's,
530 Smithfleld street, lion opened, and at
iT.ces which can't oe beat, from $7 50 to
$23 CO. Come early and sccuie one.
Open every eveiting.
Children's Biarritz cloves at the Lonvre.
Boys lined and fm -top cloves, 59c a pair, at
the Louvre. Muses' Suede uiousqnetaires,
75c a nair. LouyrkT
A Sixth stieet, directly opposite Bijou The
ater. New Framed Photos.
Late subjects and nionnts.
It. S. Davis & Co., Booksellers,
9i5 Fifth avenue.
At cost to close out. Hi mrt Bebger,
612 nnd 014 Liberty street.
See the finest and best fitting kid gloves
in the market at James H. Aiken & Co.'s, 100
Choice and rare old whiskies, sparkling
wines and cordials for the holidays, at Max
Klein'?, Allehenv, Pa.
Marriage Licenses Issued Yesterday.
kernel Klecbschmldt. Mttsbunr
(Kose smith Pittsburpc
Fr-inelsM. Caldwell ..Plusbiir
I Margaret ew . Pittsburg
William Stewart ....lntubnnr
(.Sarah btratlerm ........L'lltsburg
Joseph Bell ....McKeesport
t Marv Mcliolsou .AlcKeesport
John W.Jones, Jr. Vebster, I'a
(Mollle Braleck McKee's Kocks
J Patrick Mcllale ....PittsbLrg
( Mary McUanu Pittsburg
(Herman A. Mullin hraddock
(Motile A. frtarr llraddock.
William Morgan Conltervtlle
KUzaueth Lewis l)zabetli townslilp
Thomas F Blcterstaff. Ureeuuak
Amanda'! hoinat. Osceola
j Frank Wav . Elizabeth township
feman E. Kupert El zabetti townlilp
NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS.
Of perfect purity.
Of great strength.
Economy In their use
Flavor as delicately
and delicious!" as the fresh fruit
For sale by Geo. K. Stevenson & Co., and
all first-class giocers.
A USEFUL PRESENT.
A REST FOR THE WEARY.
COZY AND ELEGANT.
Plaift and Fancy Combination Lined
28 in. by 61 in. Only $5 00.
iltezular price has been $7 00.
All the Different Combinations.
All Sizes From the Mngle Doo
Slat to the 42 in. by 81 in.
Plain, Unlined Fur Rugs, White,
Gray, Brown and Black,
Only 82 50.
Regular price has been $3 50.
GINK1FF STEIKEET, Limited,
W ood Street Lnrpet House,
305 Wood St.
THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
My doctor says it acts gently on the stomach,
liver ana Kidneys, and H a pleasant laxative. This
drink is made from herbs, and is prepared for use
ts easily as tea. It is called
AUdrac(rtstsBeIlltat60c.ancltlapackaire. If yon
cannot (ret It, send your address for a free sample.
Lane's Family Medicine more, the boirel.
Address &U.TOB7. WOODWABJ),Lx?kS
J Patrick TTalsh , .....Plttstmrc
Katie MulvlhiU Pittsburg
(John McLaiyrtilin....!. Saltsbnrg, Pa
J Winnlfred WllUams Dnqnesne, Pa
t John V. O'Donncll Pittsburg
1 Ellen T. Scully..v Pittsburg
CGeoree A. Henderson Coal Valley. Pa.
I Clara Heeler Mifflin township
(James SUnner Pittsburg
Mary Smith Pittsburg
BAKER At bis residence. Prospect street,
Thlrtv-xecond ward, on Thursday, Decem
ber 22, 1892, at 5 a.m., Peter Bakbk, aged 77
years anil 1 mouth.
Funeral on Saturday, December 24, 1692, at
2 p. x., from German Protestant Church,
Pro.pect stieet. 2
ARTZBERGER On Friday, December 23,
1Sl, at 3.15 o'clock a. st , John 15., only son
of W. H. and E. B. Artzberser, aged 17 years
and 1 months.
Funeral from the family residence. No. 40
Cedar avenue, Allegheny City, on Sunday,
December 25, at 2 o'clock r. it. Friends of
the family are respectfully Invited to
attend. . 2
BKST On Wednesday, December 21, 1832,
at 9.45 r. n.. at hor home in Dravosmirsr,
Flora Serena, -wife of John Best, in her 40sh
Funeral -wHl take place from her late resi
dence, Dravosburg Heights, on Sabbath
ArrrRNOON, December 2J, at 1 o'clock. The
friends and acquaintances of the family are
re.peottully invited to attend.
BLACK Suddenly, on 1 hursday, Decem
ber 22. 1892, at 9-44 p. M.. Ell. Black, aged 30
years, 3 months and 22 days.
Funeral on Saturday at 7 a. v. from the
residence or his brother-in-law, W.J. Badger,
corner of Robinson and Darragb streets, Al
legheny City, Pa., thence proceed to ,bls
former home, north of Bntler, Pa., for Inter
ment. CARGO On Friday, December 23, 1892,
Barbara T., relict of -ttobdrt 1L Cargo.
Funeril Sunday, December 25, at 2 P.M.,
fiom her latt residence. No. 153 Webster
street, Allegheny. Interment pilvato.
Johnstown, l'a., papers please copy. 2
CLOKEY-On Thursday, December 22, 1892,
at 6 a. M., John, father ot Hugh Clokey.
Funeral from his late residence, Mulberry
alley, between Twenty-fourth and Tweuty
flfth street, on Saturday, December 24, 1892,
at 10 a. x. Fi lends or tbe family are respect
fully invited to attend. 2
COCHRAN At hi. residence. 2J0 Locust
street, Allegheny, Vi illiam Cochran on
T lursdiv rtoning at 9 o'clock, December 22.
1892, in his 83 i year.
Funeral services at 2 30 o'clock on Satur
day afternoon, December 24. Interment
private. . 2
CltAGG On Thnrsdav, December22, 1892,
at 9 30 p. m., John L. Craqq, lato of 611 Ful
ham road, London, S. W., England, at the
residence, of Captain C. M. Rbbinson, Bailey
avenue. Thirtieth ward.
Interment from Samson Chapel. Sixth ave
nue, this (Saturday) afternoon at 2 o'clock.
DUFF On Thursday. December 22, 1892, at
"r.K, Jakes Duff, in his 78th year.
Funeral services will be held at his late
residence, Penn township. Allegheny
county, on Saturday, December 24 at 2 p. m.
ERNY On ThursdHV, December 22, 1892. at
9 p. n., anna Mary. widow of the late Joseph
Erny, aged 73 years 10 months.
Funeral from the residence or her son-in-law,
P. P. Ja;eman, corner Fifteenth and
Canal streets. Sharpsburg, Sunday after
noon at 3 o'clock. Friends of lamily are re
spectfully invited to attend. 2
"HAFNER Suddenly, on Friday, December
2S. 1892. at 5.X o'clock p. M., Mrs. Melissa A.,
.lie of Peter J. Hafner, and daughter of
Mrs. C Welsser.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
KKSTJER On Thursday, December 22,
189A at 9-50 p. 31., Charles August .Kestner,
son or Cburles and Lena Kestner, neo Mood
shine, aged 6 years 2 months 1 day.
Funeral on Sunday, at 2r.ii., from his
parents' residence, Brownsville road, Bald
win township, Pa. Friends are invited.
Carriages will depart from Semmelrock'
Bros.', funeral dliectors, No. 1720 Carson
reet, Southside, PittsDurg, Pa. 2
LACKNER On Friday, December 23, 1S92,
'at 5 a. ji., Theresa, mother of Anton, Fred,
Frank and l'eter Lackner, in the 72d year oi
Funeral takes place from the residence of
her son, Fred Lackner, 46 S. 22d street, on
MOI.DAY, December 26, 1892, at 9 A. x. High
Mass at M. Michael's Church, Pius street, at
9.S0 A. M. . 2
MaRtin Suddenly, on Friday, Decern Der
23,1892, UIHOXAS C. MARTIN.ujied 48 years. Resi
dence sVl.abella Court, First -ward, Alle
Notice of funeral hereafter. ,
SNODER On Thursday, December 22, at
1:45 a. M., Frfdfrice Snoder, aged 55 yeais, 6
iiionths and 18 days.
Funeial from his late residence at Elfln
wild station. Pittsburg and Western Rail
road, on Sunday, December 25, at 1:30 p. m.
Friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend. 3
WEST On-Friday morning, December 2S,
1892, at 6 o'clock, Bobert Edward, infant son
ot Samuel and Helen Gray West, aged 5
Funeral services at his parents' residence,
Forbes street, near Crais street, on Satur
day afternoon at 1:30 o'clock.'
WILHELM On Friday, December 23, 1892,
at 1 a. M.. Caroline, daughter of Henry aud
Louise Wilhelm, aged 1 year and 7 months.
Funeral this (Saturday) afternoon at 2
o'clock, from parents' residence, 165 Buena
Vista Btreet, Allegheny.
ART MEMORIALS in granite, mat ble and
bronze. Statues, vaults, monuments
or headstones. WILLIAM W. WINDSOR,
West Tiud avenue, Allegheny. 1. U. The
above is tbe only Windsor in thi locality
in the abovo business. no29-52-TTs
HOLLY AND HOLLY DESIGNS-LAUREL
and .Michigan pine wieathing, moun
tain moss, Xmas trees, all sizes; roses, car
nations, hyacinths, violets. Floral decora
tions made at my stands, 217-220 Market,.
Allegheny. Telephone. E. a LUDWIG. de3-D
A torpid liver is the source of djspep
( Hia, sick headache, constipation, piles, &
bilious fever, chilli and Jaundice.
storing it to healthy action. 25cts.
Holly, Mistletoe, Moss, Wreathing, Canary
Birds, Cages, etc
Order your Christinas Flowers as soon as
JOHX R. & A. MURDOCH,
Telephone 2J9. 608 Smitbfield streot.
ttESTUN INSURANCE CO.,
No. 411 Wood St.
ALEXANDER NIMICK, President.
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vioe President
elS-fcO-TTd WM. P. HERBERT, Secret
EEPKESENTED1N PITTSBDRO IN ISOU
INS. CO. OF NORTH AMERICA.
Losses ad!nstcuiti4 paid ty
. WlLLIAal L. JuNEd, 84 Fourth av.
Dealer in diamonds and
fine watches. Good va
riety at low prices.
Old gold and silver taken
in exchange tor goods.
No. 541 Smithfield St.
NEW PHOTO STUDIO,
ioi FIFTH AVE., : :
: : : : PITTSBURG.
: OF NEW YORK.
io PER.DOZEN. :
Shave a specific effect onthe Hver, ro--
Brass and Iron.
EXTRA STRONG IRON
. BEDSThAD.ontsldo frame
for cnc-lnch tubing, with
I double woven wire mat-
' tress complete.
3 1-2 FT. Ill
4 FT. WIDE,
ir' til BRASS AND IRON
Jt. 311. COMBINAT'N Black
Bedstead, with ex-
tended loot-rall,l incii
619 fid P03ts &nd superior
fllLiUUi double woven wlro
mattress complete, at
prices annexed. Aaa
4 1"2 FT. WIDE. 13. enamel finish, gold
3 ft. wide
31 ft. wide
4 ft. wide
4 ft. wide
ALL BRASS BED--8TE
with extended foot
rail, 1-inch pasts, and
complete with, superior
double woven wii e mat
tress, $25.50. The brass
is rinislied In French
lacquer, which will not
N. B. With atnple factory
facilities and best workmen, we
make mattresses of gtiaranteed
quality. We also re-upholster
old mattresses and parlor sicites,
with a large line of furniture
coverings to select from.
33 Fifth- Ave.
GRAND CLEARING SALE
"We are determined to carry over no
HOLIDAY GOODS, and to clear our
stores we have cnt prices that make goods
One-Half Original Prices.
to SL $2.50 and $5.
$1.25; 8 years, $1.50.
LADIES' EMBROIDERED -frtf
Initial Handkerchiefs, now 50c,
25c and 15c each.
Open JCmas week on Thursday and Friday
evenings. Come andsee the Bargains.
68-70 OHIO STREET,
3 FEET WIDE, $7 "
(Including Wire I """
Just the thliur for a Christmas present to
aladvwho uses spectacles or eye glasses.
No more mislaying their glasses are always
CHESSMAN OPTICAL CO.,
42 Federal St., Allegheny, Pa.
ROSENBAUM & CO.
At Popular Prices!
Ladies' Gloves, -Misses'
Toilet Bottles, '
Linen and Silk
In the Gity.
510, 512, 514, 516, 518 Market Si.
Our line of Initial Handkerchiefs
is still unbroken. We have a lull
list of letters in
Children's Handkerchiefs at 25c.
In Ladies' at 25c.
Men's Linen Initial Handkerchiefs
at 25c and 50c.
And Men's Japanese Silk Initial at
50c, 75c, $1 and 1.25 each.
All extra values.
The LARGEST STOCK OF
LADIES' EMBROIDERED HAND
KERCHIEFS from 25c to $5, as
well as Men's plain Hemstitched and
Printed Border Hemstitched Hand
kerchiefs shown in this- city.
Our store is open in the evening
until 9 O'CLOCK, and will be
open SATURDAY NIGHT until H
Extra clerks in all departments to
wait on you during ANY HOUR
OF THE DAY, NO MATTER
HOW GREAT THE RUSH.
41 Fifth Avenue.
- V ' glljrK J
ma. STMUSE& fe MTRS.412 gift H.Y
3 KINDS 200 pairs each
600 in all a 'manufacturer sold
us to get money to pay notes
due January 1.
A great chance for extra
Pink, Blue and Red Borders
for less money than you ever
got them. The price on one
$4 a Pair.
The other two kinds are
$5 a Pair.
There will be lots of these
fine Blankets find their way
into houses for presents it
saves an outlay another time.
75c TO $25.00.
Eider Down Comforts,
Something extra in Comforts.
Filled with finest pure white
cotton, covered with handsome
Printed Silks on one side and
on the other with fine plain
Satines. $5 a silk comfort
Good Comforts, 75c 1o $3!75.
$1 Silk-covered (both sides)
Eider Down PILLOWS
eider down that's clean and
free of dust Medium, large
size handsome patterns and
Large lot of large size
With fluted ruffles, printed
pongee coverings, .
Filled with what the manufac
turer calls "Downaline" he
ought to say what it is we'll
tell you it's a mixture of cotton I
and swamp "cat-tails but
they're great Pillows for 35
Handsome silk and gold
$1.75 TO $7.
Is doing a rushing business.
Solid worth, nice goods and
low prices. What does it?
85c TO $8.
Wool Lap Robes, $1.50 to
Silk Plu,sh at $35.
FUR ROBES, $3. 50 to $45.
GG3 i BUHL,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
$2.90, $3.00,.$a90, H00, 55.00.
FIN EST CALF VAMPS
CUSTOM MADE. .
433 ani 435
406", 408 and 410
""Extract of Beef.
in tlie Kitchen ior Sonps. Sanies
and JIatle Dishes.
NEW I0RK DENTISTS,
Corner Sixth and Liberty sts.
Teetli extracted 25o
1 (Jus or vitalized air Mo
I Silver filling: 75c
lOolcl flltlnc $100 up
I Best set teetn S3 w
Every one warranted.
Painless extracting a speciulty. Ue3-Mws
The Best Values Ever Offered. Nothing in Either City to Equal Them
Men's good big
class Chinchilla, with plaid lining,
huge collars, generous length, regu
lar $18 goods, for $12.
Hodgman's black, double-texture
Mackintoshes, 52 inches long, 24
inch cape, warranted waterproof.
Special price for this week $6.50.
Boys' Cape Overcoats, sizes 2
to 7 years, kilt backs, the very newest
patterns, worth all of 5, reduced to
Immense bargains also in Smoking
Jackets, Neckwear, Suspenders, Um
brellas, Gloves, Night Shirts, Fur
Caps, etc. All of these as gifts are
sure to delight the recipient.
WITH SUITS AND OVERCOATS FOR THE BOYS.
Clothiers, Tailors and Hatters,
ALASKA SEAL LOOSE - FRONT COATS.
line just received.
No old stock.
Prices, $ 1 75, $ i go
and $225. Quali
ties, the best only.
S REACH OF
$10 to ?io.
Wednesday and Thursday,
. Your choice One Hundred
FINE JACKETS at
Reduced from 25 and 39.
-SEAL JACKETS THIS WEEK-
This will be the banner week fof
Seal Jackets and Fur Capes.
Long Fur Capes $25, sold for $50.
Long Fur Capes $40, sold for $70.
Short Fur Capes $15.
STORE GPEfl UNTIL 9 P. H.
J. G. BENNETT & CO.
Cor. Wood St and Fifth Ave.
Ulsters, of first-
161-163 Federal Street,
Ladles' genuine Slink Sable Sets
Jlnff and Boi with head $10 09
Ladles' Brook Mink sets (Muff
andBon) - 5 00
Ladles' B ack Lynx sets, Muff and
Boa - 09
Ladies' Labrador feral seta, Muff
and Boa......... .... 4 7S
Single Biack-ilnir Muffs 73 '
SineleL-ibradorSeal Muffs I oa
SInelo Brook Mink Muffi J 80-;
Sln-le feab'e Mulls, $8 and upward..;
Children's Thibet Liml) sets, $1 23.
ChUdren'a Single Muffs, aue.
Fur Robes and Rugs.
ttenntlfnl Black Enzs S3 E0 1
Benntllul Cmbl"atlnn Bnss 5 00 j
Natural Animal lleau Mats. ..50 to a 00
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UMBRELLAS AND MACKINTOSHES,
We make our own Umbrellas and retail them at,
wholesale prices, $i to $15; Mackintoshes for men,
BROS.. 441 WOOD STREET
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