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BE ECONOMICALLY INCLINED. The glorious Fourth will soon be here, the day that is dear to the hearts of all American people in all parts of the world, and ior a proper celebration of the day it is necessary that we should be appropriately and neatly clad; no man or boy can enjoy a holiday if his clothes are shabby or ill-shapen. A tastefully dressed man always has more respect for himself and commands respect from hi 3 friends and acquaintances. In '. ct it pays to dress well, but to men of small or moderate incomes, ir i: ften a serious question how to accomplish this. 1 such men we would say that for thirteen years we have been c:^ rkig for you, and have been helping you to dress neatly, and giving y( v shapely garments made from cloth of a substantial and durable character, at moderate prices. We can give you to select from twelve lim )f $10.00 suits; fifteen lines of $12.00 suits; ten lines of $8.00 suits and rom fifteen to twenty lines each at $15.00, $16.00, $18 00, $20.00, $22.00, *25.00, $25.00 and $30.00, any of which would cost double this price if made to order and would be no better. BOSTON ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE, Corner Third and Robert Sts., f .St. Paul. BOSTOn 01 PRICE CLOTHnra HOUSE, Sunday FURNISHING GOODS. Some people labor under the idea that a realy good article in neck wear, under-wear, white shirts, night robes or collars cannot be had outside of an exclusive Furnishing Goods House. We admit that such was the state of atfairs a year ayo, and [recognizing thi3 fait, we deter mined to put in the best stock of Gents' and jßoys' Furnishing Goods ever brought to Minnesota, and to sell them at moderate prices. Our stock is larger than any one dealer in St. Paul, and comprises beside a full line of medium grades, all the best makes of Foreign and Domestic goods. Earl & Wilson's collars, Wilson Bros. Jshirts, Jean Drawers, Silk, Lisle Thread and Gauze Underwear. A good quality of Gauze undershirt jwith finished seams for 30 cents. Fancy stripe French Balbriggan Undershirts and Drawers, $3.oO|a*suit. French Netted Underwear, Bathing Suits, Boating Shirts,, Percale and Liwn Ties, ■ Fancy Hosiery. We give ycu all the stylejyou want without h : gh prices. BOSTON ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE, Corner Third and Robert Sts., St. P«nL ST. PAUL *MIXX,. SUNDAY MORXING, JULY I, IBB3.— TWELVE PAGES. £>^ bBB Sa 5^ Ego Bw , fEj THE POOREST PEOPLE are apt to pay more for their goods, for the reason that they are too often persuaded to buy an article because it is cheap in price, forgetting that it is also cheap in quality. This is very poor economy ; had they added a little more money to their purchase they would obtain goods of lasting value, and when the so-called cheap article i 3 gone to the everlasting bow-wows, tl substantial article of moderate price is not half worn out. Suits i little boys 4to 10 years of age. $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, §4.00 and $5.00. A.ll these suits have the cavalry knee and pieces for patches. Suits for big boys Bto 13 years of age, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00, $5.50, $6,00, up to $9.00. These prices are for goods that it will pay you to bu". " The Boston " cater for the public, rich and poor alike, and whoe exchange their money for clothing at the B. O. P. C. H. is sure to receive full value in return. BOSTON ONE PRICE QLOTHING HOUSE, Corner Third and Robert Sts., St. Paul. HATS AND CAPS. HERE, we are at home; High price Hat and Cap dealers laughed in their sleeve when we opened this department, and tried their best to control Mie best goods so we could not make the low prices that they knew would bring us the trade of the masses. Eastern manufacturers were too wise to kill the goose that lays the golden egg. It soon dawned on them that the B. O. P. C. H., St. Paul, was u&ing four times the quantity of fine goods, of any one retail Hat and Cap dealer in St. Paul, and the consequence is, we now control many of the best makes, including the famous "Youmah" Hat, which is the best Hat manufactured in America, Stetson's Hats in all the new shapes, Stiff and Flexible Hats in Pearl, Black, Blue, and Brown, Straw Hats in Mackinaws, French, and Webster braids, Children's and Boys* Hats, Flannel and Scratch-up Hats, Pith or Cork Hats, Railroad Caps and Bands, in fact anything and everything known to the Hat and Cap trade can be bought at prices that make rival dealers jealous. The consequence is we are doing the Hat and Cap business of St. Paul. BOSTON ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE, Corner Third and Robert Sts., St. Panl. ST. PAUL. NO. 182.