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The Homestead Steal Workers Ask
' for a 30 Per Cent Advance.
IRON MASTERS AM INDIFFERENT.
Secretary Weeks Hints That There Will be
So Scale Conference.
OYER 2,400 HIKERS GET THE ADVANCE
The wages of iron and steel workers.for
the coming scale yearjarrj being discussed by
the members of the Amalgamated Associa
tion, and tronble.is expected before a settle
ment is reached. 'The workers are more
secret than ever before regarding their in
tentions while the manufacturers are doing
nothing. It is known, however, that the
workers will propose'" an advance. At the
Homestead mill of CJarnegie, Phipps & Co.,
the men have decided to demand a 30 per
cent advance. They believe that the condi
tion of trade will watrant the payment of
higher wages, and although they have very
little to say on the subject seem to be confi
dent of success.
A EEDUCTIpS PEOBABLE.
A leading member jof the firm, when asked
if they could afford io pay a 30 per cent ad
vance, replied very emphatically in the neg
ative. He even intimated that if would
hardly be possible for the firm to continue
It is reported, but the report is. not con
firmed, that Carnegie, Phipps & Co. will
shortly introduce abiding scale, based on
the selling price of jtheir product at all of
their large plants, the agreement to continue
for three years.
Secretary Joseph D. "Weeks, of the "West
cm Iron Association, was asked yesterdav
whether the manufacturers intended to meet
the Amalgamated Association committee
this year and arrange a scale of wages, and
said he did not believe they would. "I
have not heard thesubject mentioned by the
manufacturers yet and do not believe any of
them have given the subject any thought
TheIanufacturers'Aesociation that attended
to wage questions has gone to pieces and the
"Western Iron Association hag not held a
meeting for many months. I presume the
Amalgamated Association will send me a
notice, as Secretary .ot the old Manufactur
ers' Association, that they are prepared to
meet us and
BEQUEST THE APPOINTMENT
of a conference committee. I shall turn it
over to Mr. Keating, who was President of
the organization, and shall probably be re
quested to reply that there is no association
in existence that has the authority to ap
point a committee to take action on thesub
ject. The Manufacturers' Association can
not be called together again, but a meeting
of manufacturers can be called. I do not
really know what will be done, as I have
been so busy with other matters. It is
probable that when the scale is prepared it
will be acted upon by the manufacturers as
individuals and not as an association."
In speaking of the probable retirement of
the two leaders of the Amalgamated Asso
ciation, Mr. "Weeks said he was surprised
that both should leave at the same time. He
believes there are many men in the organiza
tion who are capable of filling the positions.
CONVENTION OF COLLIERS.
It ts Called to Consider the Sllnalion 21
Fit Operating nt the 74-Cent Rate
"National . Secretary "W. T. Lewis, of the
2T." P. TJ., and President John D. Conway,
of Hiis district, were in the city yesterday
loolting after the interests of the striking
min.trs. They have called a convention of
mines of the Pittsburg district to be held
st Buppel's Hall, this city, on Monday.
EacE pit, "whether connected with the N. P.
TJ., K. of L. or unorganized, will be en
titled to one delegate.
The tVmvention is called "for the purpose
of considering the situation, and take such
steps as will protect the miners of this dis
trict." Presid ent Conway addressed a mass meet
ing of mi'rers at Snowden last night. These
men had been working at the 71j-cent rate,
hot decided to quit and the mines will be
idle to-dar. The operators nad sent lor two
deputy sheriffs, claiming that trouble might
occur. The; officers attended the meeting,
and as Mr. Conway did not make an in
cendiary sp eech saw no reason why they
should "interfere. They returned to the
city on the same train with Mr. Conway.
The latter in speaking of the situation last
night said: "There are 2,400 men working
at the 74-cent l'ate and about 3,200 are on a
strike. There are 14 pits in operation along
the Yonghioghe'nv river, five on the Pan
handle, and two on the P. V. & C. B. W,,
making 21 in ..all. About 300 men scat
tered through .the district are working at
the 71-cent rati and none are working at
70 cents, as stated. The Montour mines
were in operation yesterday, but are idle
to-day and will l-cmainjdle until the de
mands are granted. The operators are in
bad shape. They are anxious to start their
mines and are willing to pay the price, but
do not like to give Jin. The strike will not
last more than a weckor 10 days."
FOEEIGN WINDOW BLOWERS.
They are Forbidden b.r their Organization
An order has been iss ued from the head
quarters of the "Window Glass "Workers
Association, and has been sent to every pre
ceptory of the union, that in the future no
foreign workman shall be .idmitted into this
country. Xhe branched of the organization
in Europe have been notified to forbid any
member of the union to emigrate.
The move has been thoug'ht advisable by
the "Window Glass Blowers 'TTnion on ac
count of the gossip and critic ism which was
occasioned by the arrival of the 38 men who
went to Chambers & McKee, at Jeannette,
some time ago.
THE STEEL SAIL TBitSDB.
A Meeting of Mannractnren to be Held To
Dor Tire Large Orders.
It is stated that Carnegie Bros. & Co. have
taken an order for 11,000 tons of steel rails
for an Alabama road at a delivered price. It
is intimated that the net price is higher than
figures lately made because of the character
oi the financial arrangements. The Chicago
mills are reported to have taken about 13,000
A meeting of steel rail mannf&ctunrs is to
be held in Philadelphia to-day, and, as
Andrew Carnegie left for the East last night,
lie will probably attend the meeting.
Fittt Italians employed ny Booth & Minn
strnclc yesterday Xor an advance in wages.
They bare been receiving Si 35 per day, and
ask for ISO.
SUTEBISTEDENT Hail, of the Plttsbarg
and Chicago coal mines in Snowden townsh'Jp,
has asked the Sheriff for protection. He ".be
litvei the striking diggers may cause trouble.
JoHir O'Keefe, one of the general lecturers
cf the Knights of Labor, from Providence, B.
L, passed through the city yesterday. Hoi
lectured at Wellsrille. O, last night, and will)
make a trip through the Western .States.
The strikers from Dilwortb, Porter & Co.'s
mill claim that the firm is misrepresenting the
condition ot affairs, and have succeeded in in
duclnc men to worK there. Soiro .of them
have quit When the situation was explained to
WTTT HTTP tnlerctetet Ward McAllister,
. svHili-ll X to but thc-King of the Crest Trust;
. I ! lT,t-H W WWW WW ru thttt M
tcrperifricenifvsScolumM of tomorrow tJ3fr
Colonel I.amont Makes a Tear of tbo Sooth
lie Doesn't Fear Soathern Competition
A Railroad Crowd.
Dan Lamont, ex-President Baldwin, of
the Louisville and Nashville road, Lucius
Moore, William "Woodburn, Mr. Kemble
and Charles Davis occupied a special car on
the Panhandle express going east' last
night. Since the genial Daniel left the
White House he has become a blooming
capitalist and a bloated bondholder. The
party are interested in Southern coal fields
and the development of the Louisville,
Evansville and St Louis road, and had
had been making a tour o! Birmingham,
Memphis and other Southern cities. Dan
stated that thev intend to extend the Louis
ville, Evansville and St Louis road to St.
When they arrived in Pittsburg the car
couldn't be attached to the Eastern express,
and they had to remain over two hours for
the next train. Like Dan himself, they
were nil genial men, and they tried hard to
kill the timejoafing about the depot. The
reporters were welcomed for a change, and
plied with all kinds of. questions about gas
and the iron industries.
The Colonel, however, has lost none of
his old-time shrewdness, and when someone
ventured to ask him what he thought of the
new administration, he replied: "Now, you
musn't afk me such a question. I am out
of politics, and don't want to talk on that
subject Let us converse about something
"As for the South, I must say that it is
developing rapidly in certain parts. What
improvements have been made are modern,
and the machinery introduced is the best
and latest The people have profited by the
experience of 'the North. I don't believe
the South will ever come into serious com
petition with the North. They will have
enough to do to keep up with the crowth of
their own section, and in the end the North
will have to supply them with a great many
In the course of the conversation Dan re
marked that he- understood the pressure for
offices was something awful, but as he had
been there himself he could talk from ex
perience. He didn't believe the rush is
any greater now than it was four years ago.
From the Kansas City Tim es.i
A Tunes reporter called at the offices of the
Grand Avenue Cable Company yesterday to
ascertain the life of the cable In Kansas City.
Regarding the matter Chief Engineer Dozier
said: "Probably the hardest line in this city on
cableropes is onrWalnutstreet line, which hauls
both the Fifteenth street and Westport cars.
On October 26 we put in a rope manufactured
by the Broderick fc Bascom Company, of St
Louis, which lasted 114 days, making a mileage
of 16,411 miles. This showed a gain over the
rope previously used (which was manufactured
at Trenton. N. J.) of 6,377 miles, which is 39 per
cent longer, and, assuming the cost of the cable
to be 84,400, made a saving of $1,716.
"The Broderick fc Bascom rope has proven
more satisfactory thau any we have used on our
Walnut street line, and I consider it the best
and therefore the cheapest, rope manfactured."
Referring to the above, a member of the firm
stated to a reporter of this paper that while
the record in Kansas City was excellent, their
best record was in St Louis. On the Olive
street line a rope of their make, 24,500 Jeet long,
is now running on its fourteenth month, has
never stranded or given the road any trouble
whatever. This roid runs trains of two coaches
and a grip, night and morning, and the cars are
nearly always crowded. The wire rope made
for the Citizens' road in St Louis has been in
service now very nearly three months longer
than any other rope they used.
Borne time ago a very interesting competitive
test of cable ropes took place on the line of the
Cincinnati Street Railway Company. Twenty
seven thousand feet of rope were' spliced to
gether and put in service, half of which, or 13.
00 feet came from the Broderick fc Bascom
factory and the other half from that of one of
their competitors. The other rope wore out
and had to be renewed three months bef ord the
St Louis rope showed the least break. Nothing
could be fairer than this test, as there was no
advantage for either rope, either in weather or
character of service, both being used in exactly
the same work at precisely the same time.
Envious, nnd No Wonder.
It took us just five years to attain the
jrominence we have reached in the eyes of
the Pittsburg public. Onr rivals we don't
recognize them as competitors blow hard
and long of the big bargains they show. in
men's suits, and since we started advertising
our 10 suits, they follow like sheep in our
footsteps. It's a clear case .of jealousy.
We've proved qur genuine worth to one and
all, and now that it's conceding the P. C. C
O. name "the lowest prices forfine clothing."
we mean to hold on tight and retain the grip
we purchased only after using a liberal sup
ply of pure American grit and downright
hard work. Come and eee the four big bar
gains we show to-day. No. 1 is men's suits
at $10, sold elsewhere at 18; No. 2 is nobby
children's suits at $2 and $3; No. 3 is men's,
stylish pants at $2 SO, and No. 4 is a big,
shades. P. C. C. 0 cor. Grant and Dia
mond sts., opp. the new Court House.
Brandenburg Freres Claret and Sauterne
wines, Henkil & Co.'sRhenish and Moselle
wines, C. Lautern & Sohn's Bhenish and
Moselle wines, R. Bruninghaus' Burgundy
wines. For sale by G. W. Schmidt, 95 and
97 Fifth ave. r
Toe Best Tfant U Blade.
TJse Marvin's rye bread, made by German
bakers, and equal to any made in conti
nental Europe. txs
Fancy flannel tennis coats, $3 50; caps to
match, 60c. Boggs & Buhl.
The Boss Millinery Department,
Full of bargains in hats, ribbons, materials,
etc., The People's Store.
Campbell & .Dick.
Men's flannel dress shirts. Great variety
of patterns. James H. Aiken & Co.,
100 Fifth ave.
Do, you want to beautify your home?
Then go and make a selection of wall pa
pers from the magnificent stock shown by
John S. Eoberts, 414 Wood st., Pittsburg,
Special 611k Stocking!,
Worth $1, but sold at The People's Store for
62c. Campjjell & Dick.
Dr. F. H. Smith, Dentist.
Painless extraction. All kinds of dental
work at reasonable prices.' 04 Penn ave.,
Pittsburg, Pa. Office hours, 9 to 5 p. ai.
pTTlfiP inn and its supposititious tile in
tihUJaa.Vl South America is fully de.
scribed by Eeverly Crump in to-morrouft
Dispatch, with an account of other places
visited along the Spanish Alain,
Its superior excellence uroven in millions of
homes for moro than a quarter o a century.
Itlsu&dbvtho United States Government
Llndorsed by (be heads of the great universities
fas the Strongest, Purest and most Healthful.
jjr. ince s uream uacing .rowaer ooes not.
contain Ammonia, time or Alum. Bold onlv
Via caw. .PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.
JTlfEWYORK. . CHICAGO. St'. IOUS.
A SPLENDID PROGRAMME.
Selections tbo Boston Ideal Will Reader
for Charity Sake.
The programme for the concert to be given
by the principal artists of the Boston Ideals
at the Bijou, to-morrow night, for the bene
of the Society for the .Prevention ot Cruelty
to Children and Aged People, has been ar
ranged as follows:
No. I. Duetfroin "Martha",. ........ ...Flotow
Frank Baxter and W.H. Clark.
No. 2. Baritone solo, "Palms" Fcure
No3. Aria from "Les Hngenots"...Meyerbeer
Miss Attalle Claire.
No. 4. Baas solo, "Rocked in'the Cradle of the
W. H. Clark.
No. 5. "Ave Marta"...Gonnod (violin obUgato)
Mile, Zelie de Lossan.
No.6 "Dawn"...., Sir Henry Somerset
Chevalier Edward Scovel. -No.
7. Balad song from "Marriage of Jean
Mme. Pauline L'Allemand.
No. 8. Duet selected
Miss Attallie Claire and Chevalier Ed
. ward Sco vet
No. 0. Baritone solo, Aria infelice, . from
No. 10. Song, "Sweet Heart" Powell
Mile. Zelle no Lussan.
No. 11. Quartet Spinning song from "Maitha"
..... .....i Flotow
Mme. Pauline IVAllemand.Mlss Attalie.Clalre,
Frank Baxter and W. H. Clark,
A SUMMER HOME.
Tho Props, of the Monon. Home Rent a
Farm on tho Forryarlllo Road.
Mr. Woogof the Monongahela House,
said last night that it is correct that.he and
Mr. Anderson had rented Commodore Rod
ger's old place on the Perrysville road. -
Mr. Woog stated that the families would
use the homestead for a summer residence,
and they intended to raise the vegetables
for the house on the land.
BABY ONE SOLID RASH,
Ugly, piicful, blotched, malieioue. No rest by
day, no peace by night Doctors and all
remedies failed. Tried Cutieura Remedies.
Effect marvellous. Complete cure in live
weeks. Saved his life.
Our-oldest child, now 6 years of age. when an
infant 6 months old was attacked with a viru
lent malignant skin disease. All ordinary
remedies failing, we called our family physi
cian, who attempted to cure it; but it spread
with almost incredible rapidity, until the lower
portion of the little fellow's person from the
middle of bis backdown to his knees, was one
solid rash, ugly, painful, blotched, and mali
cious. We had no rest at night no peace by
day. Finally, we were advised to try the Cdti.
CUBA. Remedies. The effect was simply mar
vellous. In three or four weeks a complete
cure was wrought leaving the little fellow's
person as white and healthy as though he had
never been attacked. In my opinion, your val
uable remedies saved his life, and to-day be is a
strong, healthy child, perfectly well, no repeti
tion of the disease having ever occurred.
GEO. B. SMITH.
Att'y at Law and Ex-Pros. Att'y, Ashland, O.
Reference: J. G. Weist, Druggist, Ashland, O.
Blotches and Scabs from Head to Feat
My boy, aged 9 years, has been troubled all
his life with a very bad humor, which appeared
all over bis body in small red blotches, with a
dry white scab on them. Last year he' was
worse than ever, being covered with scabs from
the top of his head to his feet and continually
Growing worse, although he had been treated
y two physicians. As a last resort I deter
mined to try the CuticueA Remedies, and
am happy to say thoy did all that 1 could wish.
Using them according to directions, the humor
rapidly disappeared, leaving the skin fair and
smooth, andjperf orming a thorough cure. The
Ctjticuih Remedies are all you claim for
them. They are worth their weight In gold to'
any one troubled as my boy was.
GEORGE P. LEAVITT,
flona jinaover, mass.
Mothers Who LovoTheir,Chlldren,
Who take take pride in their beauty, purity,
and health, and in bestowing upon them a
child's greatest inheritance, a skin without a
blemish, and a body nourished by pure blood,
should not fail to make trial of the CUTICURA.
Sold everywhere. Price: Cuticuba, M cents;
Soap, 25 cents; Resolvent, tL Prepared by
the Potter Deuq and Chemical corpora
tion, Boston, Mass.
J83-Sendfor "How to Cure Skin Diseases,"
64 pages. 50 Illustrations, and 100 testimonials.
RARV'QSkin and Scalp pressrv
UHD I O beautified by CuticUba
HOW MY SIDE ACHES!
Achine Sides and Back. Hip. Kid
ney and Uterine Pains. Rheumatic.
Sciatic, Neuralgic, Sharp and Shooting
v'ilrPaIns. relieved: in one minute by the
Cutieura Anti-Pain Plaster. The first and only
instantaneous pain-killing plaster. wa
"After a careful and impartial test of
I am convinced thatit Is the CHOICEST,
PUREST and BEST Cocoa in tlie market
I can conscientiously recommend it to
all Physicians In preferenco to any
other." MRS. S. T. RORER,
Principal Pbila. Cooking School..
MADE INSTANTLY with boiling; water
or milk. NO COOKING REQUIBED.
Sold by George K. Stevenson t Co. and all
leading grocers and druggists at 1 per lb. tin;
TJ. S. DEPOT, 35 MERCER ST., NEW YORK.
fSPRING AND SUMMER, 1889.
Underwear and Hosiery.
Our own special handloom made Silk, LambB'
Wool, Merino, Balbriggan, Lislo Thread, etc,
Dres.s Promenade, Driving, etc Best
makers. First-class only.
No. 8 King Edward St., I Madison Square.
London, E. C. 1 New York.
No. 4 Kue D'Uzes, Paris office. my9-24-TTS
J. DIAMOND, Optician,
23 Sixth. Street, rittstourg.
Spectacles and Eyeglasses correctly adjusted
to every defect of sight: Field and Opera
Glasses, Telescopes, Microscopes, Barometers,
Thermometers, etc. ,
ARTIFICIAL EYES made to order
and warranted. Always on hand a
large and complete stock. aC-rrssn
-OPTICAL AND MATHEMATICAL GOODS.
bnecialty Correct fitting of lenses and
frames. All styles of Spectacles and Eye
Glasses. Experienced Opticians and onr own
'factory and workmen are our inducements.
5USMITHFD3LD STPITTSBURG, PA.
Almeria and Malaga Grapes,
Bananas, Florida Oranges and all kinds of
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
608LD3EBTY STREET. no8-TT3
BON1STALLI 4 BIS1, IMPORTERS AND
dealers in wines, liquors and French cor.
dials .for family use. Sole asrents for San O.Mv.
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Foreijm'produce a roec-
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Sa-tcmiay, May U. 18391
It's Time For It!
For what ? For Paine' Celery
Compound. You have grown
weak. Your nerves are un
strung. Your digestion is im
paired, Your blood is impure.
Your system needs-Paine's Cel
ery Compound. Why don't
you use it? v
Like nothing else, it will aid
nature in her efforts to restore
you to health. The eminent
Dr. Phelps originated its for
mula. It is made in a thoroughly
scientific manner. Physician's
prescribe it with confidence, why
shouldn't you use it with con
fidence? Do you" want to read testimo-
trials? We will send a big
paper full of them. Every One
But it's time for you to take
Paine's Celery Compound now.
Get a bottle of your druggist to
day. The first few doses will
do more to convince you of its
great merit than ten thousand
In Natural Wool.Gossamer and Gauia Merino,
Lisle, Balbriggan 'and Silk long and short
Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers at 50c, 75c,
$1, 125, $150 and t2 each.
Also FANCY STRIPED BALBRIGGAN
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS at ?1 andjl 25
Nainsook Shirts and Drawers.
Men's Frenqh Lisle Half Hose,
Tan and slates, 85c; three pairs for ?L
jlENS EXTRA FINE FRENCH LISLE
HALF HOSE, Gtto to SI 75 per pair.
MEN'S ENGLISH HAND-MADE BAL
BRIGGAN HALF HOSE, extra fine and
light weight, from 50o to 51 75 per pair.
New F. C. andF.P.E. Linen and Madras
Fonr-in-Hand and Teck Scarfs,
A Large line of Men's Cheviot Negligee
Shirts, light stripes and checks, at $2 each.
Flannel and Silk Negligee Shirts
In White and Fancy Stripes and Checks.
Scarfs to match Silk Shuts.
Night Shirts for Hot Weather.
Cambric, 'Nainsook, Salbrlggan and light
Wehava,a largo line of SILK WINDSOR
SCARFS for flannel Shirts.
Open Saturday evenings till 0 o'clock.
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Optical and Mathematical Instruments, Arti
ficial Eyes, Medical Batteries. All American
and European Patented Eye Glass and Specta
cle frames. Glasses perfectly adjusted.
L NO. 60 FIFTH AVENUE.
PEARS' SOAP .
Is the MOST ELEGANT
XXV THB -WOItlilJ.
Of all Druggists, but beware of imitations.
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A TABLE OF DAILY SAVINGS
At i per cent Compound Interest, expressed In Bound numbers, as issued by
OF PITTSBURG, PA.
PerDay. For5Years. ForlOYears. For20Years. For25Years. For40Yers.
iol 9 20 J $ 115 j m f 3G5
.02 40 90 230 320 780
.03 60 140 340 470 1,090
.05 100 - 230 570 780 1.820
.10 200 .450 1,130 1,560 8,630
.23 500 1.140 2,830 3,890 9,060
.60 ' 1,000 2,260 6,650 7,780 18,120
LOO 2,000 1640 11,800 15,550 88,240
The abore'table shows what can be accomplished by anyone disposed to lay. aside a small,
portion of their weekly receipts, and depositing the fame in some -well-manatced Havings Banlt
Everyman -who Is obliged to work for Ills Hying should make a point to lay up money for
that "rainy day" which ire are all likely to encounter -when least expected. Unquestionably the
best way to provide Idr this emergency is to open an account with a good, Hto Saving Bank:
Accumulated money, thus cared for, Is safe, is rapidly increasing. Is always ready to use
when'needd,-and is free from the many uncertainties and fatalities of life.
Strive at once to get together flyo dollars, or even one dollar, and mate your first deposit.
Then resolve to add to it os-of ten 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 save money,
when once an account with a bank has 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 thn habits of extravagance, and is
the very best guard in the world against intemperance, dissipation and vice.
If yon are not already a depositor, and have no' special bank In view, permit us to suggest
that you at once try a deposit with
THE PITTSBURG BANK FOR SAVINGS, No, 60 Fourth Ave., Pittsburg, Pa.
To all who may thus favor ns, wo promise a courteous and accommodating treatment, and
it shall be our endeavor to make onr business relations, when once formed, pleasant and of long
continuance. GEO. A. BERRY. President.
OHAR. e. MILNOB, Treasurer.
Manaeers-Geo. A. Berry, Alex. Bradley. H. C. Bnchmau, Ji K. Dorrin?ton, J. L. Graham,
Geo.A.Eelly,Jas. LiuEulin. Jr.-. Chas. F. Wells. T. 0. Laiear, J. Painter, Jr., J M.Plumsr,
Frank Rahm. A. C. Bravo. Wm. Boselmrg. Chas.
IP YOU COME FROM EAST LIVERPOOL
WM. H. ALLEN
WM, TBIN Jtlil!,
; w ABVBimaeacEKre.
. WHICH IS
Genuine has a red H tin
tag on every plug.
OLT HONESTY is acknowledged
to be the PUREST and MOST
LASTING piece of STANDARD
CHEWING- TOBACCO on the
market. Trying it is a better
test than any talk about it
Give it a fair trial
YOUR DEALER HAS IT.
Advertising prices, without
clear information of what for,
is one of the plagues of the
clothing business, There re
more apostrophes and ad
jectives, often over a com
paratively valueless quality at
a cheap price, than would do
for a proclamation of martial
Never hear a word from
Wanamaker's about prices,
We'll do anything we can
to. help you to a fair judg
ment about clothing, and get
you coming to our store, but
how advertising our prices
will do that is, we confess, a
They tell you about qual
ity no more than dashing a
chunk of cold iron into water
discovers its temper.
There's one common-sense
way of understanding prices:
and that's with the goods in
hand, the quality stated, and
an examination of the fit and
We'll submit our goods,
with perfect confidence, to
tha't way of finding which is
Nobody can beat us ( on
prices lor reiiaoie ciocning,
though were not making a
big flourish of them in news
papers. 1,000 pieces to make to
Sixth street and Penn avenue.
Emme! mar fianees twice a Tear, toi on co
a week and you bare the finot-pclUhed store In tha
vorld. For ealo by all Grocers and Etsro Dealers.
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"HERE YE ARE!"
Great Bargain. Sale,'
Read the glorious news and
profit by. so doing. The warm
Weather of the "past few days calls
for lighter garments, and you can
come right to Kaufmanns' to-day,
and buy them at amazingly low
prices. This will be the crowning
erent.of the season.
HOW DO THESE PRICES STM1E I0U?
For. Men's fancy mixed Worsted Suits, well made and trim;
wcu, auu auiu u v"
Jor Men's nobby Cassimere Suits, in sack- and frock styles
2 different patterns: price elsewhere $11. - -,;
For. Men's handsome Scotch Cheviot Suits, every thread -
all-wool: cannot be matched elsewhere below $15. -: ,
For Mea's very fine Cassimere and Corkscrew Suits, Hghtz-V
ana uarit paticiua, u"i - . ...:fajft'-
Tor Men's French Wide Wale and English Cassirnjrt
c.:- ,.1 f nrdimrw rnsrnm tailor work. "y J
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HOW DO THESE DIDtJCEMEflTS PLEASE I0U ?
For-Bpys' short:pant Suits, sizes 4 to 14, made from good
materials, well worth $2.
For Boys' fine all-wool Cassimere -and Cheviot Suits, scores
of new patterns; regular price 4 50.
For Boys' very fine short-pant Suits,' latest Scotch plaids,
English stripes' and plain shades; worth $j and $8.
For big Boys' long-pant
wool goods; price eisewnere
For big Boys' long-pant Suits, warranted .'tailor-made,,
equal to anything offered elsewhere at I15.
G-B AND GIFTS
TO PURCHASERS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
To-Day! To-Day ! ,;
A magnificent Mahogany Hall Stand or Hat' Rack, 5 feet faigh,.wili
Be presented with every purchase of $10 worth, or. more, of clothing. -
A geninne League Ball and Bat will be given away with every, Bopi
or Child'sSuit, no matter how low the price may be.
One of our celebrated Combination Base Ball Puzzles will go free., ,
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with every Man's Jtjat, ana a pacnage ui wac. iauuw nu uc k"!
with every Boy's or Child's Hat. ..$$1
A beautiful and most artistic Lithograph panel, size n by "XKriS
eight cowrs, will be our giic wiin
nishing iCJoods departments.
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Fifth Avenue and
JOHN FLOCKER & CO.,
Flocker's Lubricating Hemp Packing
FOB BAILROAD USE.
Italian aad American Heuw Packln?,
Clothes Llr,TnInes,Bell Cord, Fish Lines,
Chalk LinaiKisJit Linetfllsal Bale and Hide
Rope, Tanfcd Lath Yaw, Spna Yarn, etc
This sale will draw the biggestV;
crowds yet Every article and gar?
ment in Kaufmanns' store will be
offered to-day at from 20 to 40
per cent below all competitipn. A
written guarantee to this effect will
be given with every purchase.
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Suits, sizes 12 to 18, first-class all-'
every purcnasc iu we u6 H
Patentee and sole manniactorer of the Eureka j.
Eje Glass. No chain required. Enrelaj.a
blades flttedtaotaer eye passes. ...,Tj '
Ocnllst prescriptions a specialty. All Kwt
ol leaeea Erennd aiid tpectaelea mMe oa ft . , .
preHlseg. M8 PETtT AVENUE, PHT&. ;.
SeTentsenth aad Chestnut, PhlMelfhk..
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JAMES E. MOBBIS. sole agent, New Ycrtefflr
Deab Sib-I canno; say too much for Pratt'ij!.
AxoHitic Genera Gin, as I was a great sufferer,
for BTcyears'with my kidneys. Tried aU of tha
kidney .medicines and two doctors withoatibe-'j
Inj; cared. I, was part of the time on srrvbecu
and could not get up, or cren turn myself qw,(
Iborijtonalfdozen bottles of your glalf
and before finishing them was well; bt I tixi ui
.that It wm aot a permanent care, I:ee4,aa
other hotf-doses. awl as 'HMMr weU.
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