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BUSINESS IS BETTER.
Bradstreet's Reports Show a Slight
bat General Improvement
PBEVAILING IN ALL SECTIONS,
Dan's EeTiew, HoweTer, Says a Eeactlon Is
NO LIGHT OK THE IBOff SITUATION
lerxciAi. TiLraRAnK) tot cisrATcn. i
New York, March 22. The moderate
gains in the movement of general mer
chandise throughout the country reported
in special telegrams to Bradstreet's last
week still continue more conspicuously at
Chicago, Omaha, St. Joseph, Kansas City,
Burlington, Louisville and Cincinnati. All
through the "West, too, pleasant -weather is
having an effect upon trade, northern Mis
souri and Iowa centers report improving
mercantile collections, bnt Sonthern and
some central Western cities note no special
Farm work is progressing at the Sonth.
Florida is shipping fewer vegetables, owing
to loss from rain. Groceries, boots and
shoes and hardware are relatively in most
active request throughout the country.
Bain in Kansas and California has greatly
improved the crop prospects.
The subsidence of unfavorable foreign in
fluences lead to covering of shorts and
strengthens the New York stock market,
though the absence of publie support oc
casions dullness and a liability to a sagging
tendency. Bonds are dull though some
Money at New York is easy on call, but
in banking circles the impression is that a
firmer market Will be seen about April 1.
Call loans are 2 to 2 per cent. On time, 4
to i per cent are demanded for all dates.
Foreign exchanges firm. Demand sterling
$1 64 to f4 89; $1,000,000 gold -was or
dered from export on Fridays.
No general improvement has set in in the
iron trade. Quite a number of crnde iron
makers in both Northern and Southern
markets, have recently -accepted contracts
for iron for future delivery at the lowest
prices ruling the season, while many others,
who have more or less confidence in, an im
proving demand and better prices, are de
clining to sell for the more than current re
quirements. As announced last week, further cuts in
anthracite coal have followed the formal
reduction in price. A new agreement, in
volving an allotment of production (with
out penalties for infraction is being dis
cussed. Petroleum is fractionally higher.
. There is no improvement in the general in
dustrial situation except that the strike at
Fall Biver does not promise to last long.
DEMAKD FOB DBYGOODS.
Drygoods are more active at Boston, bnt
less so at New York, with aggregate sales,
owing to bad weather, less than last week
at the the latter market. Agents report a
moderate spot business with re-orders of fair
volume. "Woolen goods are quiet. Prices
of print cloths are nearly 1-16 cents higher
owing to the. Fall Biver strike. Prices of
several makes of staple ginghams have been
reduced. The output ot print cloth at Fall
Biver is only 40,000 pieces per week,against
175,000 pieces before the strike.
Interest has centered in the auction sale
of 1,500 cases of ginghams at New York.
Prices were satisfactory. Baw wool is in
hand-to-mouth demand and last week's
prices. Baw cotton is o lower; very
heavy crop movement discourages specula
tion. There has been a reaction in the
breadstuff markets, the lowest prices being
made Tuesday on heavy realizing or liqui
dating sales, when over 15,000,000 bushels
were traded at New York alone.
"Wheat went down to 91J" a loss of over
6 per cent per bushel -within a fortnight. A
few export orders, notably from the United
Kingdom arrived, bnt prices were speedily
pushed np again, closing ljc above Tues
day's level. Flour has declined 1525c per
barrel on -weaker demand and full output
Indian corn is heavy and c lower, not
withstanding the government report of ex
ceptionally snail stocks remaining March 1.
A GAIN IN EXPOBTS.
Exports of wheat, both coasts, this week
are 528,366 bushels, 109,000 bushels more
than last week, and of flour 162,552 barrels,
a gain of 48,000 barrels. New York's wheat
exports are heavily increased, over 210,000
bushels, but San Francisco shipments de
clined 135,000 bushels on the week. Exports
of corn aggregate over 2,000,000 bushels,
100,000 bushels more than last week, 725,
000 bushels going from New Orleans. One
year ago the week's shipments of -wheat
)and flour) were over 2,000,000 bushels, and
of com 329,000 bushels. Our advices are
that Australia will have less than 3,000,000
bushels for export, as compared -with 10,
500,000 bushels last year. San Francisco
has contracted to ship 220,000 bushels of
wheat to Sydney.
A free and confident movement'in raw
sugars, in the face of relatively light stocks,
advanced prices 3-16ic. Refined ad
vanced on Friday c on scarcity of raw.
At San Francisco refined has advanced c
to 7'c At New Orleans raw has advanced
ic Coffee has receded about c on de
pressing influences, chiefly better crop
-weather and receipts in Brazil and inter
ruption to speculation in France duo to
financial trouble there.
Business failures reported to Bradstreet's
number 242 in the "United States this week
against 195 last week, and 197 this week last
year. Canada had 33 this week against 42
last week. The total of failures in the
United States January 1 to date is 3,385
against 2,823 in 188S.
DUN'S WEEKLY EEVIEW.
B. Q. Dun & Co.'s weekly review says:
The signs of recovery in legitimate trade
increase, and though in important branches
the season has been exceptionally unfavora
ble, there is less dullness or depression than,
under the circumstances, might have been
expected. Prices settle downward steadily,
the decline for the week, in the average for
all commodities, having been about three
quarters of 1 per cent, which tries specula
tive holders, nut facilitates distribution.
. From three-quarters of the interior cities
reporting there come signs of some improve
ment in trade, thongh it is nowhere great,
but moderate and gradual. The outlook is
generally thought favorable, and at New
Orleans it is reported that planting is under
good headway, while in Dakota and Minne
sota preparation for seeding is a full month
ahead of last year.
A BEACTION AT PITT3BUBG.
At Cleveland and some other points busi
ness is considered better than last year, but
there is marked reaction at Pittsburg from
the favorable tone of the past few weeks;
iron is lower, coke in less demand and com
plaints of the delay of spring trade are gen
eral. At Philadelphia some improvement
is seen in the boot and shoe and the wool
trades, but drygoods are in ordinary con
dition, and collections are slow, as also at
The Government report as to wheat in
farmers' hands has helped a decline of 2
cents, from which there was a recovery of
about i cents Thursday, on .the covering
of shorts. Exports continue insignificant,
and good prospects for the coming crop tend
-weaken holders. Corn has declined 1J
cents in spite of large exports, while pork
products and oats are substantially un
changed. Cotton receipts and exports both continue
much beyond last year's, and the price of
raw cotton has yielded an eighth. A light
demand for coffee, and belief of buyers that
'present prices are unwarranted, caused a de
'elineof onlva. Quarter off the week, while
f'-staw sugar is strong, and has advanced to
SO..U on considerable purchases by refiners.;
Leather Is still weak. Bubherii pressed
for sale at 64Jf cents for parafino.
MO.IBOir output. .
The disclosure of an increase in weekly
output of pig iron causes weakness. It is
believed that stocks of unsold pig must be
rapidly accumulating. Small sales of steel
rails are reported or $27 at the mill. The
price of copper is but nominal, while lead
is -weak at 3.70 and tin at 20.90 cents.
No disturbance hasoccurred'in the money
market, and rates are Ha lower, the Treas
ury having paid out $2,600,000 more than it
has taken in for the past week. '
The business failures number 249, as com
pared with a total of 261 last week and 281
the week previous. For the corresponding
week of last year the figures were 243.
BEVERLY CRUMP JSK &S3&
the first of a series of letters describing a cruise
among the West India Islands and along the
How little the average man knows and
appreciates the suffering entailed on woman.
She may look the picture of health; fine
complexion and in full flesh. In no dis
ease, uncomplicated, are appearances to de
ceptive and it is lor this reason her suffer
ings are underrated. It is eminently a de
ceptive disease. The chief agent and author
of this deception is the great sympathetic;
nerve. Pains, as a rule, are felt at the ex
tremity or nerve terminations. The result
is burning on back and top of the head; a
feeling of weight or pressure, and throb
bing; a sensation as though the back would
break in two; dragging sensations on stand
ing or exertion; pain over heart; palpita
tions: limbs feel like lead, and at times nam
in the knee and instep; flushing, easily
startled, and most excessively nervous;
sinking or falling away called fainting
spells and finally, in aggravated cases,
confined to bed. And in other cases, sleep
lessness. Thousands of women are con
stantly being treated for neuralgia, nervous
prostration, spinal disease and paralysis,
vainly, because the true seat of the trouble
has been overlooked.
Few women suffer from these troubles
but that experience one or more of the above
sensations. In appearance then such a case
may be the picture or health, but in extent
of suffering, language could not depict it
too strongly. Is such a disease common? I
said in a former Dispatch article that 20
per cent of adults suffer from dyspepsia. In
this plague to the sex three-fourths or four
fifths arc doomed to its tortures. - It is
alarmingly common. Imagine then the
amount of suffering entailed on women.
Man's suffering as compared to hers is as
one to one hundred, a fact, however, to
which he is oblivious. Much of this suffer
ing is avoidable, and, next in importance
it is susceptible of relief, by a course of
mild, systematic (treatment, : and it's the
treatment that gives permanent good re
sults. Dr. S. G. Moore, the specialist, 34
Arch street, Allegheny, Pa., has treated
many such cases with success, and several
cases who were bedfast from one to seven
years, are now able to be up and about the
By permission, Dr. Moore submits two
cases in point:
NEBTOUS DISEASE AND -WEAKNESS.
Dr. S. Q. Moore, 34 Arch St., Allegheny, Pa.:
Deab Sib I shall ever hold you in grate
ful remembrance for what yon have done for
me. To the public I would add. that I was
confined to my bed for over one year, and
now I am able to be up and around. I had
lot-the use of my lett side, including my
arm and limb, and I never thought I would
be able to walk again. I suffered with the
top and back of my head, and before I be
came bedfast I could not walk without feel
ing as thfiugh my back would break in two,
and would be entirely exhausted on the least
little exertion. Pain in the left side and
shoulder, hot flashes and frequent fainting
spells, hands and arms numb, so nervous
that when a strange person came into the
room it would set me all of a tremble.
Added to these troubles I was a confirmed
dyspeptic and suffered untold misery. Un
der your systematic treatment I began grad
ually to improve, and I can now be aronnd
the house. Hoping this will indnce others
suffering as I waste go to you, I remain
your well-wisher. Mbs. J. M. Hem.ee,
Aug., 1887. Petrolia, Pa.
From Mrs. E. H. Collins, Eapyville, Pa.
Db. S. G. Moobe, Deab Sib "When I
began to doctor with you I had tried many
other doctors for nervous trouble and had
never received any help. I had doctored
with you but a short time till I could rest
well at night and in every way improving,
and to-day I do believe you saved my life,
as I am well and strong and have bad no re
turn of the nervons trouble. Thanking you,
I remain your obliged friend. Formerly
Miss Bertha Postlethwait, Petrolia, Pa.
Oct. 9, 1887.
Visits made at a distance when desired
for a first examination. Charges moderate.
The Doctor's specialty comprises all forms
of Chronic and nervous diseases.
De. S. G. Moobe,
34 Arch street, Allegheny, Pa.
an authority on Decorative Art in America,
will write in to-morrow's Dispatch about the
prevailing styles of furniture and describe the
drawing rooms of the Vandcrbilts.
B. it B.
Unlanndricd shirts the best are here,
shape, fit and quality; special at 75c and $l
each; guarantee them to fit or you return
them. Boggs & Bum., Allegheny.
In our men's department all day till 9
p. M. You are invited.
Jos. Hobse & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
A Very Large Stock ot Lndies' Watches
$15 00 to 585 00, reduced 20 per cent until
April 1. Jas. McKee, jeweler. 13 Fifth
avenue. "Will remove April 1 to 420 Smith
field St. TTS
B. & B..
Elegant assortment of new directoire
ruchlngs, 25c, 35c, 60c to $1 25 a yard.
Stylish. Boggs & Buhl.
Oar New Kid Gloves,
Choice shades, 75c, 89c, $1 00, $1 25. Best
for the money. Bosenbauji & Co.
B. A; B.
For the little ones 100 styles new white
mull caps, 25c to $2 each. "Very elegant
goods, very large assortment and very low
prices. Boggs & Buhl.
Welch, Slargetson & Co.'a London Cravats.
Spring display to-day in our men's fur
nishing department all day and till 9
o'clock this evening.
Jos. Horse & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Don't Fall, Bain or Shine.
If von want fine photographs of yourself
or little ones, cabinets $1 00 per doz. at
"Elite Gallery." 516 Market st, Pittsburg,
until May 1, 1889. . ' '
JONES' MAGIC ROACH POW-
ur-tu itoaencs tianisned tiy con
tract. Satisfaction guaranteed or
Tittsliurg Pa. Price SI 50 per
BON1STALLI 4 BIS1. IMPORTERS AND
dealers In wines, liquors and French cor
dials for family use. Bole agents for Ban Gab
riel Wine Company, California. 10 DIAMOND
SQUARE, Pittsburg. Foreign produce a speo
Steam Dyeingand Scouring.
SADIES' MORNING AND TEA
GOWNS DRY CLEANED WITH
OUT BEING RIPPED APART.
Sixth Avenue Dve Works,
. MfMAY SONS &Cd.
mbl&-TTS .;, o.MSIXTH'AVE.
Hamilton' Show Window,
At 91 and 93 Fifth ave. There are some
rareuriosities there from Alaska and Cali
fornia. And another or those fine little upright
pianos with stool, scarf and book at $190;
it Is full size, being 7Ji octavos.
He has a number of them In stock and
will be glad to show them to you and let
you see and hear them.
Hamilton's is the place to get a piano at
the very lowest price and on the easiest
If you are going to move and wish to ex
change your organ or piano, go in and make
a bargain with Hamilton. He will take
the old instrument off your hands now, and
then when you are moved and ready for it,
will deliver you the new one. He has ar
ranged for a number this way and will give
every attention to those who call, feeling
sure that he can give them the very best
value for their money. S. Hamilton-,
91 and 93 Fifth ave.
Little Mary Cecilia Brimold
His Just Betn Cured of the Worst Eczema
Ever Seen by the Doctors Who Treated
Her. From Head to Feet Mats of D!.
eated Skin. Several Physicians, Medleal
College, and All Remedies Fill. Cured by
My little daughter. Mary Cecilia BrunoldVwas
afflicted with the worst case of eczema ever
seen by the doctors who treated her. She was
literally covered from head to foot with scabs.
These physicians tried their best to cure her, but
I believe they were only experimenting. They
kept on experimenting for over ten months, but,
instead of getting better, the child got worse,
and I did not know what coarse to pursue. My
wife took her. after we had paid all we conld
afford for medical treatment, to a medical col
lege where then were some twentv or thirty
doctors assembled, but the case baffled them
all. My wife had to go every day, and some
times twice a day. In fact the medicine they
gave my child did not have time to act, even if
there was any virtue in it, it was changed so
often by orders of the doctors. The latter part
of January, after everything had failed, and
patience and money were both exhausted, I
made up my mind to quit all doctoring and try
the Cuticuba Remedies. I did so, and now I
can say that my daughter is cured, sound in
health and well, to the surprise of hundreds.'
The druggist! Mr. H. M. Krueger, corner
Chauteau and Ewing avenues, who sold us the
Uuticxtea Remedies, is as much astonished
as any of us. The Cuticuba Remedies have
worked a complete cure, and we have used but
a little more than three-fourths of a bottle of
Cuticuba Resolvent, and a proportionate
amount of Cuticuba and Cuticuba Soap. 1
am ready at any time to make affidavit that my
daughter had the worst case of eczema, as the
doctors all admit, ever seen in this city, and
that she bad been cured solely by the Cuticuba
Remedies after the best physicians and reme-
1 shall be glad to have any one call upon or
write me who has a child similarly afflicted, or
any person who Is troubled with a skin disease,
that he may see for himself what yonr Cuti
cuba Remedies have done. I do this In grati
tude for the cure that has been effected in my
child's case. CHAS. B. BRUNOLD, .
2905 Gratroit street, St. Louis, Mo.
Sold everywhere. Price, Cuticuba, 50c;
Soap, 23c; Resolvent. $1. Prepared by the
Potter Dbug and Chemical Co., Boston,
43-Send f or "How to Cure Skin Diseases,"
64 pages, 50 illustrations, and 100 testimonials.
I f1PLIEST Whitest. Clearest Skin and
i-u c. softest Hands produced by Cuti
mf With their weary, dull, aching, llfe-
B less, all-gone sensation, relieved In
l one minute by the Coticnrn. Anti
1 JLPain Plaster. The first and only pain
subduing Plaster. All druggists, 25 cents.
tOlbs. dr. orosslby,
One of the Consulting Physicians of the
Catarrh and Dyspepsia Institute
at 22 Ninth street.
Mr. James Crltchlow, residing on Carnegie
street, this city, has for 15 years undergone ter
rible suffering from his stomach. At times it
wonid give him such pain that he could only live
on lime water and milk. He bad great distress
and bloating after eating, with belching of gas.
His liver also gave him much pain, ana his
tongue had a yellow coating. He had a pressure
and pain over the eyes. He lost all ambition
and kept getting worse until he was unable to
do any work. One doctorsaid he had cancer of
the stomach. After trying 11 doctors all to no
purpose, he began treatment with the physi
cians of the Catarrh and Dyspepsia Institute,
and although 67 years old, he now works every
day and feels well and hearty. He says: "That
I am cured of the above conditions I hereby
sign my name.
The above lady physician can be consulted
by ladles suffering from diseases peculiar to
their sex. The medicines used are positively
curative, and are so prepared as to allow the
patient to use the treatment herself. They
treat successfully catarrh, rheumatism, dys
pepsia, bronchitis, asthma, blood, kidney and
Office hours. 10 A. K. to 4 P. M., and 6 to 8 p.
M. Sundays, 12 to 4 p. M. Consultation free
to all. Treatment also by correspondence.
mHE PITTSBURG CLASSICAL AND
Jackson building. Sixth and Penn ave.
Latin, German, Shorthand, Memory Training,
Mathematics, etc, eta Classes now being en
FOR THE FOLLOWING QUALITIES OF
REAL KID GLOVES
WITH FOSTER'S IMPROVED HOOKS.
Five Hooks, $i.
Seven Hooks, $i 25.'
Five Hooks, $r 50. -5
Seven Hooks, $i 75. -.'
SUBLIME QUALITY: '"'.,
Seven Hooks, $2 25. (
These come in choice shades of browns, tans, slates and black.
We believe these Real Kid Gloves are the best'for the money ever
offered in the city.
510 TO 514 MARKET
We hare recently added to our already large,
fine and well-made line of
Ladies' Muslin Undergarments
Another make, as we believe, the finest most
perf eotly made and finished underclothing in
every particular tnat has ever been shown in
this city. Those of our lady customers who
have inspected the goods agree in saying, as
we do, that the garments are simply perfect.
Special attention is called to the beautiful
Cut square back and front, cutV shape back
and front, cut round neck back and front, cut
V shape front and square back, cut low neck
pompadour front, all In both Lace and Embroidery-trimmed,
in only the finest qualities.
Fine Cambric Skirts, with hemstitched block
Flouncing and fine Embroidered Flouncing,
with block or square tucking front. A fine
line of LACE AND EMBROIDERY
TRIMMED NIGHT GOWNS.
In fine Convent Embroidered Goods we have
the newest things out. A large assortment and
at popular prices.
Our own make Striped Seersucker and Cal
ico Skirts, small, medium and extrajsizes. Also
"With wide yoke band. The most popular skirt
we have ever handled. Small Children and
Misses' Drawers, Skirts. Gowns, in Muslin and
Muslin Night Drawers for Children.
See our three new lines fine French O. P.
Corsets; same as the Fasso, only at lower prices
than the regular Fasso.
Children and Ladles' Waists, most approved
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH AVENUE.
OPTICAL AND MATHEMATICAL GOODS,
bneclalty Correct fitting of lenses and
frames. All styles of Spectacles and Eye
Glasses. Experienced Opticians and our own
factory and workmen are our inducements.
644SMITHFIELD ST..PITTSBURG, PA.
PURE AMERICAN WINES I-CALIFOR-N1A
Sonoma dry port, SI 20 per gal.; Cali
fornia Sonoma dry sherry 11 20 per gL; Cali
fornia Sonoma Angelica, 120 per gal.; Cali
fornia Sonoma muscatel, $1 20 per gal.; Erie
Island AAA Dry Catawba, SI 20 per gaL: Erie
Island ADrv Catawba.Sl OOner iraL: Erie Island
Sweet Catawba,?! 00 pergaL; Sonoma Brandies,
irom 2 w to 9 w per gai., uucKenneimer Are
Whisky, $2 00 to S6 00 per gaL; Boonekamp Bit
ter Liaueur.Sl 00 per quart. F. ANDRIESSEN,
40 and 12 Ohio street. Allegheny City.
J. J)IA.MONHt Optician,
S3 SUctlt Street, :Pittstrargr.
Spectacles and Eyeglasses correotly adjusted
to every defect of sight. Field and Opera
Glasses, Telescopes, Microscopes, Barometers,
ARTIFICIAL EYES made to order,
and warranted. Alwavs on hand a
large and complete stock. ja6-Tissu
MESSRS. ASHENFELTER & SHULER,
Gentlemen After using one bottle of
Pratt's Aromatic Geneva Gin, find that I
have derived more benefit from its use for kid
ney affections than any other remedy that I
ever have used. Very truly yours,
WM. P. BUCKLEY.
Sole Wholesale and Retail Agent In Pittsburg
jy9-a85-TTS 84 MARKET STREET.
Established 1819. Telephone Call 1072k.
FRA2JK J. GUOkBRT,
Contractor and Manufacturer of
BANK, OFFICE. STORE AND CHURCH
Doors, Wainscoating, Ceilings and Hard Wood
Work of every description, for building and
decorative purposes. Mantels, Cabinets and
Furniture of Special Designs. Drawings and
Estimates furnished on application. Office and
factory, Nos. 68 and 70 Seventh Avenue, Pitts
burg, Pa. Hard wood lumber. n27-hlOO-TTS
O. D. LEVIS. Solicitor of Patents.
131 Fifth avenue, above bmithfleld, next Leader
omce. (no ueiay.j jsiaDiisneu. zu years.
STRAND 27 FIFTH AVE.
A FINE PIECE OF
IS INDEED A LUXURY.
Comes as near being a fine piece of
PLUG TOBACCO as it Is possible
to make It, and is known as a
We are sure that ONE TBIAL will
convince you of its merits.
JO-Look for the red H tin tag on each plug.
JNO. FINZER & BROS.,
For Young Ladies, Misses and
A most complete line of the above from the
leading foreign and home manufacturers.
Many styles wholly confined to us. All erades
from cheapest to most expensive; ages 2 to 18
Boys' Kilt Suits and Overcoats.
Many new and pretty styles, made to our
A, G, CAMPBELL & SONS,
710 PENN AVENUE,
.IS-Open until 9 r. M. Saturdays.
Get Wanamaker's for toni
ness! We're not exaggerating the
necessity of style in these: nor
luxury. Style first
They're in the eyes of the
public as much as the wearer's
Isn't it essential, then, to
have the Spring Overcoat
made to order? Essential? Far
t Shapeliness is dependent,
not on having it made to fit
tightly, but to look graceful.
That shows at the shoulders
in the long, soft roll of the
front, in the length of the
Coat. These all mke style
What more could you get
than silk linings throughout!
or silk facings! You may
want neither of these, and yet
be particular about style!
You're sure of it in any
Nearly 1,000 styles. That
tells our readiness in goods
for making Spring Suits to
measure. So great a variety
of materials gives you a key,
too, to the sort of tailoring
you may expect.
Sixth street and Penn avenue.
Are the Best,
IN THE ESSENTIAL aUALtTlE3 OP
Durability, Evenness of
Point, and Workmanship.
Bennies fortrlal of 12 different style by mjU. on
receipt of 10 cent! lnitamps. AaklorcardNaS
JAS. fflMi & BRO.,
B01LEK3, PLATE AND SHEKT-IBON
PATENT SHEET- IRON ANNEALING
With an increased capacity and hydraulic
machiaery we are prepared to furnish all worlc
in our line cheaper and better than by the old
methods. Repairing and .general macfeiae
worK. - x weniy-nintn street ana AuegnBtij tm
ley xuuiroau. kjv - if. - j iwwin ,
Thinks That Any Concern in Ms
City Can Even Begin to Duplicate
Grand New Spring Stock of Fine
Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Furnishing
Goods and Ladies' Cloaks, Wraps
Dispel all doubts you may have
best by an early call ana examination or our goods and prices. . -
Spring Styles in
Beautiful Styles of Our Own Make! jy
Exquisite Designs from the East and Dainty Novelties
from Paris! ".
Mothers will be both pleased and surprised with any of these, ahd
the lads delighted. The shapes of the Suits the "Little Lord Faunt-,"'
leroy" and other pretty styles and Spring Top Coats, leading off with . g
the strikingly handsome "Lord Chumley" are different, the fit nearer.?
perfect, and many of the patterns are unknown among the stores here- '
abouts, they being confined to us.
Confirmation Outfits for Easter!
A superior line of Confirmation Suits, Confirmation Hats, Confirma ,
tion Shirts, Waists, Shoes, etc. As in previous years, we will take the
address of every candidate for confirmation, our object being to send a
costly and beautiful confirmation present to every one the week before .
with every Boy's or Child's Suit bought this week.
Men's Fine Spring Clothing,
Fine, form-fitting garments: Suits
in sack, frock and Prince Albert
stylesj Overcoats in fly-front and
Englisli box styles in the greatest
possible variety, in the latest possi
ble patterns, at the lowest possible
prices. It's a cold day in July when
we can't do any better for you than
other Clothing Houses. See us.
Shirts That Fit! Shirts That Wear!
Buy a trial Shirt from us, and you'll come back and get a dozen.
This has been the experience of thousands. For this week we have pre
par ed some extraordinarily good bargains that you shouldn't faitto see.
At $1 24 we will offer our superior, custom-made White Dress Shirts,
pleated and plain bosoms, or $7 for a half dozen. No finer Shirts than
these are to be found in this city.
We will further offer 90 dozen Men's fancy Shirts, made from fine,
light and dark French Percales, collars attached, worth $1 50, at only
75c. At this same price of 75c we also will sell about 40 dozen fancy,
pleated French Percale Dress Shirts, in dark and light patterns.
Out Big Shoe Department is Alive With Bargains
Fifth Avenue and Smithfield Street
The finest Meat-Flavoring Stock
Fxtract of Meat.
USE IT FOB SOUPS,
Beef Tea, Sauces and Hade Dishes.
Genuine only with fac-simile of
Justus von Liebig's
SIGNATURE IN BLUE INK
Bold by Storekeepers, Grocers and Druggists.
UEBrG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT CO. Xlm-
lted London. Jy31-o6G-W3
Almeria and Malaga Grapes,
Bananas, Florida Oranges ana all kinds of
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
JOHN IEBE ATCO.,
608 IJBEBTY STBEET. noS-TTS
A TABLE OF DAILY SAYINGS
At 4 per cent Compound Interest, expressed In Round numbers, as issued by
He Mi Bat ft Sails,
OF PITTSBURG, PA.
For 6 Years. 1 For 10 Years. I
The above table shows what can be accomplished by anyone disposed to lay aside a small '
portion of their weekly receipts, and depositing the same in some well-managed Barings Bank.
Everyman who is obliged to work for his living should make a point to lay np money for
that "rainy day" -which we are aU likely to encounter when least expected. UnquestionablyttOrf
best way to provide for this emergency is to open an account with a good, live Bavings Bank,
Accumulated money, thus cared for, is safe, is rapidly increasing, is always ready to ma
when needed, and is free from the many uncertainties and fatalities of life. "
Strive at once to get together five dollars, or even one dollar, and make your first deposit.',.
Then resolve to add to it as often as yon can, even though the amount be small. '
You will be surprised with the magic comfort and strength of this course. Nobody knows, ,
without having tried It, how easy a thing it is, without being miserly or stingy, to sate money,
when once as account with a bank bas been opened.
A man then feels a new ambition and a constant desire to enlarge his deposit. It gives him
pleasant lessons in frugality and economy, weans him from the habits of extravagance,-and is
the very best guard in the world against intemperance, dissipation and vice.
If you are not already a depositor, and have no special bank in view, permit ustosuajest
that yon at once try a deposit with , .
THE PITYSBURQ BANK FOR SAVINGS, Ne. 80 Fourth Ave., PIHsbarg, Pa.
To all who may thus favor us. we promise a courteous and accommodating treatment, and
it shall be oar eadeavor to -make our business relations, when oneo formed. p!Mt aa4 ot long
coatt&Mfiee. GEO. A. BERRY, PTeMec.ikk
tors Geo. A. Berry, Alex. Bradie&H. C.' Bsfthman, J. K. Dorrintfw, J. Lr.C
elly.Jas. Laathlln. Jr.. Chas. F. WeHs, T.'C. Lawar, J. Piter, Jr-i,Si.'j 51
to,A.aJITO'1WBWB)wrRCl.0.'MlIfiof. V. " ;' --.'1rt
is the Man Who
concerning our ability to serve .yoffaH
THE MOST AMUSING
Made to Order.
We do the finest Merchant Tai
loring in Pittsburg, and at much
under regular prices. We want to
make your Spring Suit, and, if
you'd only examine our rich and
fashionable patterns (which con
sist of the very newest and best
styles in Irish, Scotch, English,
German and French Suitings), and
learn Our Prices, we'll have the.
pleasure of taking your measure.
-EP -nri""? BdENTIFIO
-Cj- -C? VJ&, opnciAK.
Patentee and sole manufacturer of the Eureka
Eye Glass. No chain required. Eureka nosa
blades fitted to other eye glasses.
Oculists prescriptions a specialty. All kind
of lenses ground and spectacles made on tha
premises. 908 PENIT AVENUE, PITTS.
Berenteenth and Chestnut, Philadelphia.
MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL
Repairing a specialty.
103 THIRD AVE., near Wood St..
Telephone 851. PITTSBURG, PA,
For 20 Years.) For25 Years. I For 40 Ye?rs. 1'
I 365 Jfc
730 .'tji i