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A GLEAM FOE MILLER.
Harrison's Special Messenger Returns
From New Tort and Will
EEPOET STKONGLY EJ HIS FAYOU.
Benjamin Would Like to Bounce Blaine,
hut Can't See His Way,
AXD IS STILL ON THE ANXIOUS SEAT.
Telegrams Concerning; Wanamaler an Flying In
The messenger sent by Harrison to New
York has returned to Indianapolis. He
will report that the sentiment of the party
in New York is in favor of Miller for the
Cabinet. Harrison is in a quandary con
cerning Blaine. He has received long pleas
both for and against the Maine statesman.
Personally he does not want him in the
Cabinet "VVanamaker is said to be about
to visit the President-elect.
ISrECIAL TELEOIt AM TO THE DISPATCH.1
iNDlAls'ArOLIS, January 28. The mes
senger irom General Harrison sent to New
York a week ago returned to-day. He still
keeps up the assumption that his trip was
entirely upon private businoss of his own,
and to that end has not yet called on Gener
al Harrison, and will not do so until to
morrow. General Harrison, however,
knows that his messenger is here, and the
appointment for a conference with him has
been made. There is no means short of hyp
notism of telling what news the messenger
brings to General Harrison from the me
tropolis". "Whatever may have been his spe
cial mission he has guarded it carefully,
both in this city and, so far as can be ascer
tained in New York. Bat as to what he has
discovered, in New York aside from his par
ticular mission he is less reticent.
He declares that from careful observations
among bankers, brokers, manufacturers and
business men general! v with whom his busi
ness brought him into contact, he is satisfied
that the great bulk of the Republican party
are in favor of Miller, and that the clamor
for Piatt is largely the manufactured noise
of a machine. He will tell General Har
rison this to-morrow, and it is safe to say
the news will be as welcome as any the mes
senger may bring, no matter what may have
been his mission No man would be more
glad than Harrison to be convinced that the
people of New York are crying lor Miller.
THE CABINET MUDDLE.
The truth is that the whole Cabinet-
making business, while it is really nearly
completed and has been so for a week or ten
days, is in a dreadful muddle. The trouble
is over the portfolio of the State Depart
ment. Once that question is settled, the
rest of the Cabinet will fall into place like
the tumblers of a combination lock. Har
rison has stated the situation plainly to at
least one man from another State who has
called upon him recently. He says that
he finds that there is an enormous and a
very solid opposition to Blaine, the pros
pect of offending which would daunt even
the boldest politician, while on the other
hand there is as solid and apparently more
popular element that is insisting on Blaine
It is notorious that General Harrison
would like to pass over Blaine, but he is
not a man to be influenced by personal con
siderations if he knows it. He is cool and
logical and recognizes the personal influ
ences of himself upon himself, and makes
allowance for it before he arrives at a def
inite conclusion npon an important matter.
The difficulty is not altogether whether or
not it shall be Blaine, but also, and even
more largelv, if it is not Blaine, whom
shall it be? If the selection of Evarts would
settle the difficulty in New York, probably
the choice would be quickly made and the
Cabinet question settled between daylight
and dark. Edmunds and Hoar arc also
mentioned in connection for the place, but
there seems to be no foundation for the idea
that they are possibilities.
A XEW DEAL.
A more plausible story is that Allison may
be induced to take the State instead of the
Treasury Department, with the understand
ing that he is to boss the finance of the Gov
ernment all the same. If John Sherman were
young enongh to hope that he might bring
about the annexation of Canada dnring his
lifetime, he would have been settled upon
for the State Department before this. As it
is, he wants to stay where he is. The gist of
it all is that while Blaine's friends need not
yet give ud hope, the chances are that the
State Department will be shorn of its com
parative prominence by the selection for it
of some man of merely ordinary standing in
the party, and that then General Harrison's
friends will say that there is no slight to
Blaine in not giving him a post which such
a man can fill.
General Harrison will presently be the
owner of the finest Bible in the land. It is
to be presented to him by the Tippecanoe
Club, of this city, a special order for
the book having been given. It is a
work of art, w ith over 1,500 pages, bound in
seal leather, 12x14 inches. It is in imperial
quarto great primer type. On the back is a
heavy plate, with this inscription: "Pre
sented to General Harrison by the Marion
County Tippecanoe Club, Indiana."
To-morrow at 2 o'clock it will be taken to
the Mavor's office, where a special meeting
of the club will be held and the "signatures,
nativity and remarks" ot members will be
affixed on pages provided for that purpose.
When the names have all been signed the
Bible will be formally presented to the
CAXXEBS OF THE DAT.
The venerable W. M. Stone, who succeed
ed war-Governor Kirkwood as Governor of
Iowa, was the most noticeable of the callers
upon General Harrison to-day. He is the
messenger appointed by the Iowa Electoral
College to carry the vote of the State to
"Washington, and was on his way to per
form that mission when he stopped over
here to present to General Harrison the
congratulations of the college, which he
had been delegated to convey to the Presi
' dent-elect. He made but a short call upon
General Harrison, and said that there was
no politics in his visit.
Mayor O. S. Kelly, of Springfield, O.,
and General A. Frev, of the same place,
came to see the President-elect to-day, and
would not tell what their mission was. It
was about postoffice size, it is understood.
William B. McBride, a Syracuse merchant,
stopped to see the President-elect to-day,
and told how all the folks were feeling up
in Central New York about Mr. Miller.
Private telegrams continue to come here
every day giving all sorts of pointers about
John Wanamaker, who .seems to be starting
for Indianapolis on every train on all the
roads. General Harrison laughed when
this was mentioned to him to-day, but re
fused to say whether he expects Mr. "Wana
maker. Where U John Johnston?
Inclosed in a letter to John Johnson, of
Silchester, England, a return ticket to that
country was received yesterday at the office
of the Department of Public Charities. The
letter was a reply to a note sent to M:s.
Johnson last October at the request of her
husband, who was here applying for char
ity. The man has left the city since, and
his whereabouts are not known.
An Erjojrnble Affair.
Mr. Charles V. Lewis, of the rollsblatt,
was tendered a serenade by the Grand Army
Band at his home on Pennsylvania avenue,
Allegheny, last evening. It was a most en
joyable affair, and testified emphatically to
the popularity of both sides of the house in
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A DETECTIVE DONE DP.
M. P. Cnrrlck, the I-nbor Leader, Knock
Down an English Officer Who, He Claims,
in After Information.
A foieign detective is in town looking for
information for the London Times, but he
was not slick enongh, and tackled the
wrong person. "When a crowd collected on
Federal street, Allegheny, last evening to
see what they thought was an ordinary
street fight they did not realize the import
ance of the trouble. M. P. Carrick, a
well-known labor leader, had knocked
down an English detective and was about to
administer a severe beating, when some of
the crowd interfered and the victim escaped.
After the stranger's disappearance, Mr Car
rick was seen by a Dispatch reporter
I was over on the Southside to-day and met
this man who said his name was Doyle. He
wanted to talk to me and I agreed to have a
conversation with him later. I then saw "Will
iam "Walls, and he told me to beware, as the
man was an English detective and wanted to
fet information from me forthe London Times.
served a year in an English prison for tba
part I took in the Irish question, and do not
nropoo rto give up any information that will
compromise my friends across the water.
The man that tackled me to-day wore a work
ingman's suit of clothes, and looked like one.
After I received the tip from Mr. Walls I sized
him up as the same man who came to my house
last Sunday, attired in a broadcloth salt, and
wore a fine silk hat, trying to pump me.
This evening I met him In a saloon, and he
asked mo to grant him an interview, and we re
tired to a private room. He then offered mo
SJ08for information which I refused to give.
H e had the monev talus hand, but held on to
jtvcrylichtly. I refused to jrtve him the in
formation he wanted, and left the saloon. Ho
followed me np street, when I knocked him
down. If some of my friends had not inter
fered I might have injured him. I am not a
sneak, and ill not give up information that
might injure my fellow countrymen.
KILLED AT 3IIDN1GHT.
Another Victim of an Uoly Accident in a
At 12 o'clock last night the body of a man
named John Haney was brought to the
morgue in patrol wagon No. 4, undercharge
of Police Lieutenant Duncan. The officer
stated that the man had been killed at
Jones & Laughlins' blast furnace on Sec
It Will Not be Issued at Present.
Mayor Pearson, of Allegheny, has writ
ten his election proclamation for next
month, but will not'publish it until he as
certains how many Select Councilmen arc
to be elected. This will not be known until
the passage by the Legislature ot the munici
pal bill. "
For Robbing the Pattern Shop.
"W. J. Crawford was given a hearing by
Magistrate Brokaw yesterday afternoon on
the charge of larceny. It is said to he stole
a number of tools from the pattern shop of
Oliver Bros. & Phillips. He was held for
court and was unable to secure bail.
Valley Odciali In Buffalo.
Receiver John H. Scott, General Superin
tendent D. McCargo and General Freight
Agent E. H. Utley, of the Allegheny Val
ley railroad, left last night on their special
car for Buffalo, on business connected with
Burglars at Work on tbe Hill.
"Whitney & King's tinstore, at the corner
of Webster avenue and Overhill street, was
broken into by thieves yesterday morning.
They took the change in the monev drawer
and tinware valued at $10. The police were
To Their Winter Home.
A. W. Paul, of Metcalf, Paul & Co., wife
and daughter left last night for their winter
home in Orange county, near Grassmere,
Fla. Thev will remain there about three
months, when they will return to Pittsburg.
Dropped Dcnd at His Home.
Coroner McDowell will hold an inquest
on Henry Carlin to-day, who dropped dead
at his home in Soho at 2 o'clock yesterday
LOCAL ITEMS, LIMITED.
Incident of a Day in Two Cities Condensed
for Ready Reading.
Of tbe GS deaths which took place in the city
during last week, 13 were caused by pneu
monia. AX.DEBMEN POUTER AND 0'DHIES Sent $130
to the Humane Society yesterday, represent
ing fines collected from cock-fighters.
James Hebdmait, one of the owners of the
condemned buildings on Wood street, appealed
from the decision of the building inspectors.
Tun handsome gold watch at the Pride of the
West Council booth, at the Jr. O. U. A. M. fair,
recently held at the Coliseum, Allegheny, was
won bj Thomas M. Boyd, of that council.
Me. Haket Bishop, of the National Tube
Works, was injured by being knocked down by
a runaway hor:e on Fifth avenue, near the cor
ner of Smithfield street, yesterday afternoon.
Me. Thomas Pickebixg, pursuant to his
advertisement, handed over yesterday for the
benefit of the Wood street sufferers his check
for $32 75, being 5 per cent of bis sales last
The souvenir Centennial History of Alle
gheny County gotten out by the Centennial
Committee was received from the printer yes
terdav and contains every detail connected
with the recent celebration.
A joint mass meeting of the Constitutional
Amendment Association and the W. C. T. U.
will be held on next Monday evening ut the
Fourth U. P. Church, corner of Arch street
and Montgomery avenue, Allegheny.
It is reported that the steel beam and struct
ural steel combination is likely to be dissolved
soon, owing to the fact that one of tbe members
is cutting rates. Carnegie, Phtpps fc Co., It is
said, may withdraw from the pool.
Warden Beblin of the county jail is ar
ranging and classifying the books that are be
ing donated to the prison library, which is
meant for the prisoners' use. There have been
some 300 volumes of bound books contributed.
Charles Fey and Robert Bingham, of
Howard street, Allegheny, were arrested yes
terday on suspicion of passing counterfeit
money. They will have a hearing before United
States Commissionir McCandless this morning.
Axdebuax Geipp gave a hearing yesterday
to the case of James Durkin charged with the
larceny of a lot of brass and copper from the
Westinghouse Electric Company, and Samuel
Brown and his sons Henry and Lewis, charged
with receiving stolen goods, having bought the
stuff from Durkin. Durkin and the two Brown
boys were held for court, and Samuel Brown
Mrs. Maeoabet Custee Calhoun, whose
name awakens in the mind of every American
citizen memories of deeds of chivalnc daring
and bravery unto death, will read in the Belle
field Presbyterian Cburch on Fifth avenue
next Thursday evening. Her recitations,which
are most charming, will be supplemented by
musical selections. Miss Belle Tomer and Mr.
V. M. Bullock being the soloists.
Do You Suffer
From rheumatism? If so, read the following
"voluntary tribute" from a reliable, conscien
tious man, which appeared in the Geneva, N
1 -, Gazette, Jan. 21, 1887, entirely unknown to
u till after its publication:
"Without doubt a large proportion of those
who have passed tbe meridian or life suffer
more or less from rheumatism. Up to three
winters ago I had never known what sickness
or pain was; but during the fall and winter of
1&A, I had a slight attack of rheumatism which,
however, passed off toward spring, but the fol
lowing winter it reappeared with greater sever
ity. Not desiring to become cnppledl thought
I would try Hood's Sarsapariila. I took three
bottles in all, and I am pleased to say the rheu
matic pains ceased, my appetite and digestion
became better, ana my general health creatly
Improved I am firmly convinced that Hood's
Sarsapariila effected a enre fn my case, as I
have felt no recurrence of the blood disease."
Wit, Scoon, Genera, N. YJ
Sold by all druggists, fl; six for JS. Prepared
only by C. L HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar
HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE
For Night Sweats
Of consumption, gives speedy benefit.
Three Bin Bargain Tables To-Day,
Center of store. Dress goods at 25 cents.
Embroidery remnants and ladies' and chil
dren's winter underwear "mark downs."
Don't miss them, -t
JOS. HOENB & CO.'S
Penn avenue Stores.
When we have something which we think
will interest the clothing buvers of Pitts
burg we like to tell them of it. We don't
come out with a splurge six times a week
and tell of the marvelous bargains we sell,
but occasionally (through the medium of
the press) we give the public valuable infor
mation and quote bargains, and when we do
depend upon it that it's bona fide and true
in every particular. We have a larger
stock on hand for this time of the year than
we ever had before, and we want to reduce
it. We've got the goods. You have got
the money. We've got to make it an ob
ject to you to buy, and a big one at that.
See? For three days, only we offer all our
fine suits and overcoats, now selling at $28,
$25, $20, bunched in one lot, at the unheard
of low price of 815. Fifteen dollars buys
as good a suit as anybody wants to wear,
and 15 just now gives you vour choice of
any overcoat we sold for 528, $25, $20. This
offer for three days only at the P. C. C. C,
corner Grant and Diamond streets, opposite
the new Court House.
The Special bale Ladles' Winter Under
White merino vests and drawers, 75 cents;
good value at ?1.
Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Bur a good, reliable watch. Your old
watch taken in exchange at Hauch's, No.
295 Fifth ave. Established 1853. wrsu
Marriage License! Granted Yesterday.
5 James M. Urabam l'atton township
1 Rachel E Ulew. Patton township
j Louis Lleb Alleghenv City
Louisa Urosshanpt Allegheny City
tD. V. Hole Frankfort Springs, BciverCo.
Linie McConneIl.Kranl.fort fcprlngs, Beaver Co.
J Andrew bniith Pittsburg
Josephine Quintan I'lUsburg
(Daniel lteary Chartlers township
J Anna Marie Deuschle Chartlers tonuishlp
( Anton t-ehaubel lewBrIeliton
I Louisa Schick Fallston
JEva Dlnkel Pittsburg
fttilllamsH Walker Monongahela City
J Kate il. Orbln Alonoamiliela City
i Patterson Holslnger, ,Moon township
J Mary Young Pittsburg
(Thomas Freeman Plttsbnrg
Catherine Wlldhaler. Pittsburg
William B. Thorne Allegheny City
J Carrie L. liargneau. l'lttsburg
Anna btavrov6ky.f ilcKsesport
( Charles D. Bell Plttsbnrg
BENNETT On Tuesday morning, January
22, 18S9, at 2 o'clock, Auna E. Bennett, wife
of James I. Bennett, at her residence, No. 11
North avenue, Allegheny.
Funeral services Fbiday, January 25, at U
o'clock A. Ji. Interment private.
BROWN On Monday. January 21. 1SS9, at 1
o'clock, Eliza, wife of James Brown, In the
70th year of her age.
Funeral from the residence of husband,
Mansfield, on Wednesday, January 23, at 2 p.
M. Interment private. 2
BIGHAM On Tuesday, January 22, 18g9
of diphtheria, Charley C, son of R. S. and
Nooney C. Bigbam, aged 2 years and 7 months.
Funeral from the residence of his parents.
Academy street, Mansfield, Pa., on THURSDAY,
January 21, at 2 P. M.
COLLINS Suddenly, on Tuesday afternoon,
January 22, 1SS9, at the residence of his son,
Michael Collins. 800 Second avenue, Henry
Collins, in bis 61st year.
Notice of fnneral hereafter.
Baltimore papers please copy.)
CRAMER Suddenly. January 22. 18S9, Reu
ben Cramer, in tn0 59th year of his aire.
Residence, corner of Twenty-second street antf 1
Mulberry alley. , V3
Notice of funeral hereafter.
Columbus and Portsmouth (O.) papers please
FITZSIMONS At her late residenc, 811
Webster avenue, on Tuesday, Januarv 22, 1889,
at 6.40 p. M.. Mary Whitney, wife of the late
John Fitzslmons, in the 40th year of her age.
Notice of funeral in evening papers.
HEENEV At his late residence. Fifth ave
nue. East End, on Tuesday, Januarv 22, at 7:15
p. m., Thomas Heeney, aged 67 years, 6
months and 16 days.
Notice of funeral in evening papers.
Cincinnati and Youngstown papers please
HOHMANN On Tuesday. January 22, 1889.
at 10.50 A. M., Edna E , beloved daughter of
John W. and Mary S. Hohmann, aged 3 months
and I week.
Will be buried from parents' residence. No.
30 Third alley, Allegheny, at 2 o'clock P. M.
KUSLER On Monday, January 21, Harry
Grant, son of Peter and Charlotte Kusler, in
tbe 21st year of bis age.
Funeral services on Thursday, 24th inst, at
2 P. Jr., at the residence of his parents, 809 Fed
eral street, Allegheny. Interment private at a
later hour. 2
MURRAY On Tuesday, January 22, 1889,
John Murray, in tho 79th year of his age.
Funeral services Thursday, January 24, at
1.30 p. M., from his late residence in Ohio town
MURRAY On Tuesday, January 22, at 8 A.
jr., Emer S. Murray, aged 72 years.
Funeral from the residence of his son-in-law,
J. C. Schmidt, Southern avenue. Alt. Washing
ton, on Thursday, January 24, at 2 o'clock p.
M. Friends of the fam4yare respectfully In
vited to attend. 2
NORRIS On Tuesday, January 22, 18S9, at
6.30 A. M., Roy, youngest son of Charles and
Annie Noms, aged 2 years.
Tbe funeral from their residence, Holmes
avenue, near Fifty-second street, on Wednes
day, January 23, at 3 p. st. Friends of the fam
ily respectfully invited to attend.
ROBERTSON On Monday, January 2L 1SS9,
at 1:30 P. K., Walter Ure, youngest son of A.
C. and Amelia J. Robertson, aged 2 years and 8
Funeral services at the residence of his
parents, Perrysville avenue, Allegheny City,
on Wednesday afternoon, January 23, at
2.30 o'clock. Interment private. 2
(Successors to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Llm,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1134 Penn avenue. Tel
ephone connection. mylO-h53-iiWF
JAMES M. FULLERTON.
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Street. ,,
Undertakers and Embalinera and Livery Stables,
u. oiuraub.Lreei, near r uin avenue.
At the old stand one carriages for shopping or
parties or opera at tbe most reasonable prices.
Telephone 28. oc31-dS-W8u
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND SMILAX
A. M. J. B. MURDOCH,
1 n SMITHFIELD ST.
01U Telephone 129. de8-f4-MWT
Including all the fancy varieties Carnations,
Lily of the Valley, Maidenhair Fern, etc.
Prices always consistent with quality.
JOHN B. & A. MTJRDOOH,
Telephone 239. 08 SjirrnriELD St.
pEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN 1SCX
Assets - . S9JD7L696S3.
Insurance Co, of North America,
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. M Fourth avenue. 1a20-s2-D
FLORIDA ORANGES ALMERIA GRAPES,
layer and pulled ngs, choice layer and
bunch raisins, French prunes, Fard dates, Vos
tezzi c mints, princess and Languedoc al
monds, Texas polished pecans, Grenoble
walnuts: all select ed new crop. JNO. A. REN
SHAW & CO., Family Grocers, Liberty and
Ninth fits. deH-WS
HATR GOODS BANGS CUT, SHAM
POOED and dressed for 25c, this week
only. MIfeS MARY LANDERS, Artiste, 25
Fifth ave., Hugus & Hacke building, upstairs.
Take the elevator. . . 1a20-wsu
THE PITTSBUHQ DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY
NOTICE OF REMOVAL!
About Feb. 1 We Will Remove to
37 FIFTH AVE.
J (NORTH SIDE OF STREET).
On account of removal we will offer our en
tire stock of Silver Plated Ware Clocks,
Bronzes, Statuary. Onyx Top Tables. Brass Cab
inets, Piano Lamps and Choice Art Goods at a
Great Reduction in Price.
43-This will be a rare opportunity to pur
chase nne goods at a very low price.
WATTLES & SHEAFER,
64 FIFTH AVENUE.
.". NO MORE .".
For the present. Coming and first to
arrive are those at S3.
Parties who came too late for those
at J2 0 and S3 50 will please bear in
mind that shortage was due to no fault
of ours, but caused by delay of ship
ments from factory. We will again
advise through the columns of this
paper when the others arrive.
P. C. Sclioeneck,
711 LIBERTY ST.
O ' O
Has Come at Last !
Come Now and Buy "Sour
We can supply you with all kinds, and
are offering all lines of
In Low and Medium Grades at Greatly Re
duced Prices. Also Bargains in
One lot of Ribbed Saxony Vests at 7oc,
former price $1, and odd lots at much less
than original prices.
A large line perfectly made goods, best
materials and at Lower Prices than you can
buy materials and have made up at home.
Ladies'Corsetsand Corset Waists
Misses' Corsets and Waists
A most extensive and comprehensive as
sortment ot all the popular French and
American makes at Lowest Prices.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH AVENUE.
THE .:. BEST.
This one fact is very appa
rent: that the people want
really meritorious Clothing.
And they buy every time one
dollar can be made to take
the place of two. The $8
come very near getting two
pairs for the price of one in
the ordinary way. Every day
sales on the increase. No
one need dress shabby when
the best can be got at so low
Sixth street and Penn avenue.
We don't propose to take
refuge in mystifying "mark
downs." It seems enough to
say that many of our prices
for winter goods are lower.
443 SMITHFIELD STREET.
100 FEDERAL ST., ALLEGHENY.
Men's FuiTLishing- Goods.
A full and complete line of E. & W. and
C. C. brands Collars and Cuffs.
Neckwear Our Specialty.
SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER,
Cleaning. Dyeing and Launary Offices at
above location. Lace Curtains laundried equal
to new. sel9-y49-3iwi'
THE AMERICAN FIRE
Total Assets, January 1, 1887 S2,30LS58 63
EJ WARDS KENNEY, Ag'ts,
QO FOURTH AVE, Pittsburg, Ti.
& Telephone 76a jal5-60-w
COLGATE'S ODOR CASES
Handkerchief extracts and toilet waters in
fancy baskets and bozes,snitable for Christmas,
Fine todet soaps in great variety.
JNO. A. RENSHAW &CO-
deM-WB . 'Liberty and Ninth sts.
P. D, CORSETS
The famous P. D. French Corsets
received the highest awards at all
International Expositions and are
recommended by all the leading
modistes and profession to be the
most graceful and perfect shaped
The famous P. D. Corsets, style
530, five hooks, French coutil, long
waist, in drab and white, at $1 75.
The famous P. D. Corsets, extra
short, in drab and white, at $2 25.
The famous P. D. Corsets, style
248, medium length, in white and
fancy colored sateen, at $2 50.
The famous P. D. Corsets, style
97, extra long waist, high bust, in
cream, drab, black and white sateen,
Fleishman & Co.'s
SEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506 and 508 Market st,
The finest Meat-Flavoring Stock.
FXTRACT OF IVJEAT.
USE IT FOR SOUPS,
Beef Tea, Sauces and Made Dishes.
Genuine only with fac-simUe of
Justus von Liebig's
SIGNATURE IN BLUE INK
Bold by Storekeepers, Grocers and Druggists.
LIEBIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT CO., Lim-
ited. London. y3I-obG-W3
O. D. LEVIS, Solicitor of Patents,
131 Fifth avenue, above Smithfield, next Leader
oOice. (No delay.) Established 20 years.
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FROM NEW YORK EVER THURSDAY
Cabin passage S35 to 50, according to location
of state room. Excursion 60 to 90.
Steerage to and from Europe at lowest rates
AUSTIN BALDWIN & CO., Gen'l Agts,
53 Broadway, New York,
or J. J. M'CORMICK. Agent,
21-rTO -D Fourth Avenue and Smithfield SI.
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SAIL EVERY SATURDAY
FROM NEW YORK TO GLASGOW.
Calling at MovlUc (Londonderry).
Cabin passage to olasirow, Liverpool or London
derry, S45 and $55. Excursion, S90 and too.
Second-clas9, po. Steerage S20.
Mediterranean Service. Steamships at reznlar
NEW YORK TO NAPLES DIRECT.
Cabin FassagcfSO and 1(0. Thlrd-class,S30. Drafts
on Ureat Britain, Ireland or Italy, and letters of
credit at lavorable rates.
Apply to HENDEltSON BROTHEKS, New
York, or J. J. MCCOUMIUK, Fourth and Bmlth
Seld; A. D. SCOKEK SON, 415 Btnitnfleld St.,
Flttsburg: WILLIAM SEill'Lf; Jr., 165 Federal
st., Alleithenv. k noS-180-uwr
Opening of Seasonable Goods. Continuation of Grand Clearing Sale.
We offer interesting bargains in Body
and Tapestry Brussels, Ingrains, Cottage,
Hemp, Hall and Stair Carpets, Rugs and
Mats. Now is the time to buy Carpets.
Later in the season they will cost you
We have opened a large importation new
and exclusive designs, ranging from 50c Up;
best valnes ever offered and largest selection
at 51 25, 51 50, 51 75 and up to 55 a pair.
Finer goods at proportionately low prices.
Silk and Oriental Curtains, Heavy Dado
Portiere?, Curtain Poles and Trimmings,
Window Shades and Shade Cloths. New
Scrims, 40 inches wide, 6c, and a variety
of Curtain materials, new colorings, at low
Furs, Underwear for Ladies, Men and
Children, Winter Gloves and Hosiery in
cluded in this great clearing sale.
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Gentlemen In need of these nec
essary evening1 costumes will find
us headquarters. We have given
this branoh of our Merchant
Tailoring Department special at
tention. We display a complete
assortment of black cloths, and
doeskins and highly finished wor
steds, adapted for full dress only.
We are making the newest shapes,
with or without silk lining. We
guarantee a perfect fit and com
plete satisfaction as regards mate
rial and workmanship, and what
we call special attention to is that
our prices save you $15 and $20
on the suit.
ClotMers and MercMt Tailors,
161 FEDERAL ST., AllegJieny.
"Overcoats are now going at
a cash discount of 20 per cent.
FOR SEAL GARMENT BUYERS.
An unusually large stock, which we are de
termined to sell, of Sacques, Jackets and
Wraps, in Alaska Seal Skin, warranted. Owing
to the November advance in Seal Skin next
year's prices must be higher, so It Is the part of
wisdom for ladles to buy now, especially as we
olfer sucb genuine bargains as quoted:
A few Wraps, small sizes, $75 to $100.
A few Jackets at $75, small sizes, 33 to 36
Splendid Sacque, 33 inches long, at $125.
And others at correspondingly low prices.
441 WOOD STREET.
N. B. To those who are known to us we will
sell garments on monthly payments. ja9-MWP
To reduce our fur stock another
great reduction has been made.
No shop-worn goods in this line,
all new and reliable. Come early,
as the bargains will not lastlong
at our slaughtered prices.
431 MARKET ST.
PHOTOGRAPHER, 16 SIXTH STREET.
A fine, large crayon portrait $3 60: see them
before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets, $2 and
$2 50 per dozen. PROMPT DELIVERY.
Our customers appreciate the low prices
seasonable goods opening.
5,000 yards new Ginghams. Elegant French styles, spring colorings, at 12e. An
derson's Scotch Ginghams; new designs; best in the market New White Goods, Stripes,
Plaids, Side Bands and Lace effects, entirely new, in great variety and low prices.
New Hamburgs, from 3Xc tip; all widths. New Swiss and Nainsook Edgings and
Insertings. New All-overs, ITlouncings and Embroidered Skirtings.
Ifyou want Table Linens, we have the best and cheapest lines ever exhibited. German,
English, Irish and Scotch Damasks at low prices, from 20c a yard up. Bleached and
Cream Damasks at 37c, 45c, 50c and 60c are unsurpassed for value. 72-inch double Da
masks at 75c, 87J4C, 51 and 51 25. Table Cloths, all white and red-bordered, with Nap
kins to match. Colored-fringed Cloths and Napkins. Special valnes in new Towels and
Napkins, Raw Silk Tapestry Covers, Plush Stand and Table Covers, Decorating Scarfs
and Tidies, Sheetings, Pillow Casings, all widths. Best brands Muslins at specially low
prices. Short lengths Hope Muslin, 6jc Short lengths Lonsdale, lc. Pillows, Bol
sters and Mattresses at close prices.
103-I0M03 rtUtnU. OinLLIj ALLLlantlMI MII Tft.
Offers anything in his mam
moth stock at one-half its
value for 30 days, to reduce
stock and make room for
goods. Come, it will pay.
irrCTpLJ 923 and 925
IaLLUMj Penn Avenue.
ITear ISTdjix-biL Stoee-t-
E-Open Every Saturday Till 10 P. M.
CONTINUED ALL THIS WEEK.
Our new partnership takes effect In a few days. In the meantime we are dotng
our utmost to dispose of lots of goods now in our store, regardless of cost or value.
If you care for bargains we give you the opportunity right now to get them. Come
CL0AE AND WRAP BARGAINS,
We will astonish you. We are determined to sell every Cloak in our house, let the,
loss be what it may. Hundreds of Ladies' Cloth Jackets, that were $3, $4 and $5,
your pick now at $i 50. Hundreds of Childien's Coats, former prices $3 50, $4 50,
$5 50, take them now at t 5a Startling bargains in Jerseys. Our special offer
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR,
legant garments and well finished, at 25c, 40c, 59c, 69c, 74c, 99c and Si 24.
1 showing of .
Fine Embroideries and Eeal Torchon Laces,
and our famous low prices will surprise you. See the White Goods bargains. See
the Lace Curtain bargains. See the Kid Glove bargains. See the Bric-a-Brac bar.
gains, up stairs, second floor. See the grand Apron bargains at 10 cents each.
Nos. 42444648-50-52 Sixth
AN .:. EXPOSITION
OF FACTS MOST INCREDIBLE.
HOPPER BROS. & CO.'S
Parlor Furniture brought within the reach of all classes. A Silk Plash Salt for &
A Mohair Plush Suit for $48. A Wool Plush Suit for 540.
Odd pieces at proportionately low figures. All our own make of goods. The largest
selection of Fancy Parlor Tables, in Wood and Marble, ever offered by any one house,
at extremely low priees. We have, without doubt, the largest selection of Bedroom Pur
niture ever offered to the buying; public. Prices surely appreciated if goods are seen.
In our CARPET DEPARTMENT there still remain a few remnants. Ingrains at
25c per yard, formerly sold at 65c and 75c. Body and Tapestry Brussels at 50c and 75c;
formerly sold at 85c and $1 25.
LACE CUETAINS, ?1 50 and $2 per pair; former price 53 75 and ?5, in Ecru,
Cream and White, full size and regular make. BargainsI Well we should say so, but
they won't last long; there are a great many people in Pittsburg who are ever on the alert
for just such bargains, and itis they "who always buy so cheap."
We have just received another carload of those 520 ANTIQUE OAK BED
BOOM SUITS that we advertised by illustration last week. Only a 10 per cent addi
tional charge for time. With time price added they are cheaper than any Suit of as large
dimensions of glass and style of workmanship offered for spot cash in the' city.
COMPARE OUR STYLES I COMPARE OUR PRICES I COMPARE OUR TERMIS
Bargains will be the orderof the day in our every department during the next CO days.
Our Sewing Machine, the "Davis Vertical Feed," is without doubt the leader for heavy
tailoring work. It is an assured success. For light family sewing it is without an equal,
and for tancy etching and embroidering it is as far ahead of other machines as day is ahead
of night. Remember we don't sell our Davis Machine through the medium of canvassers
at fancy commissions. Ton are politely asked that if you want a good family or manu
facturing machine the Davis can be had at our place of business only, and at prices that
suit. A written guarantee for five years given with each machine.
HOPPER BROS. & CO.,
307 WOOD STREET, BET. THIRD AND FOURTH AVES.
N. B. All Carpets bought this month will be made and laid free of charge. Call be
fore noon and get the 5 per cent discount.
ruling at our annual clearing sale. New
Hin i r
Street. - v538 - 540 - 542 Penn Atc
We continue the clearing sale in this de-3J
partment. All must go at the cut prices, i
Cloth Jackets and Newmarkets, Fine Seal ;
Plush Jackets, Mantles, Coats and Mod-4
jestas, Children's Long Garments, Misses'
Jackets and Newtnarket3. Keady-mada-j
Suit3 for Misses and Ladies.
Dress Goods and Minis.
T71....1- A 11-wn1 r.t1ima.M At Atm Kft. A i
and 75c are unsurpassed in value. -H-JJ
wool Henriettas, 46 inches wide, 50c, 65e, ij
75c and 85c, are 25c a yard under regular JI
prices. Silk Warp Henriettas, Nuns'fij
Veilings, Australian Uoras,.Drap d Almas, i
Camel's Hair Serges, Broadcloths audi
Fancy Weaves at cut prices. 500 pieces J
Fancy Dress Goods and Suiting Cloths on
first counter, 12c to 25c. Many of them, J
just half price. Cashmeres at 50c, down '
from 75c, are 40-inch wide. Imported Plaids
and Novelties, 50c and 75c, sold from 75c to Sj
51 25. One line new Plaid Suitings S7c. 4
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