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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, " OCTOBER r- 27, '-488ft
ATHENS AT ITS BEST.
"The Grecian Capital Putting on Its
' Yery Prettiest Clothes.
OF ROYAL PEOPLE THERE.
An Adventuress Awarded. Small Damages
in Four Libel Suits.
BARNUJI PREACHING EANK HEDESI
I BT CABLE 10 THE DISPATCH. ! ,
Londok. October 26. Copyright.
Athens will be the gayest spot in Europe
, to-morrow, as indeed, it has been all week,
ia anticipation of the marriage of the Prin
cess Sophia, of Germany, to the Crown
Prince of Greece. The streets are profusely
decorated with flacs and carlands of myrtle,
and have been thronged with enthusiastic
crowds for the last three days, all anxious
to witness to arrival of the illustrious
guests. The bride arrived to-day, accom
panied by her mother, the Empress Fred
erick, and three other German princesses.
Ai Kalmaki, near Corinth, they were met
by the bridegroom, accompanied by his
father, the King of Greece, his brother,
Prince George of Greece, and Prince "Walde
mar of Denmark, uncle or the groom, and
they sailed thence for Pincns, on board
the royal yacht Amphitrite.
The arrival ot the bride was greeted with
salvos of artillery from the war vessels at
anchor in the neighboring bay of Phaleruni,
and the harbor of Pireeus, where the
shipping was decked out in the gayest bant
A BEILLIAlfT SPECTACLE.
At the landing the bridal party were re
ceived by the King and Quen of Denmark,
the Prince and Princess of Wales, the
Princes Albert Victor and George, and the
Princesses Victoria and Maud, of "Wales,
and the Czarowitz.
There was tremendous enthusiasm when
King George appeared, with the bride on
his arm, followed by the Empress Frederick
on the arm of the groom, fur the Duke ot
Sparta is popular in Athens, and people
are proud of the alliance he has made. The
bride ss well was so prcttv and radiant as to
charm all observers, and the gallant bearing
of her fiance pleased the multitude.
The scene, as the royal cortege drove
through the streets of Athens, was one of
indescribable enthusiasm. Flowers were
thrown into the bride'i carriage, and huzzas
of welcome rent the air. The Empress Fred
erick was affected to tears by the warmth
of her daughter's reception in her new
AKOirjEE EOTAL TVEDDIXG
is that of the Infanta Bianca, of Spain, with
the Archduke Leopold Salvator, of Aus
tria, which took place at Castle Frohsdorf,
near Vienna, on Thursday, and was attend
ed by a great gathering of French Koyalists,
and Spanish Carl is ts. The bride, a haughty
Spanish beauty, much resembling her father,
Don Carlos, was given away by her broth
er, Don Jaime, two rears her junior. The
Infantas Elvira and Beatrice were bride
maids, and the best man was the Archduke
Charles Louis, brother of the Archduke
Frances, who is soon to marry the Arch
duchess Valerie, daughter of the Emperor
Francis Joseph. Thirty French and 30
Spanish cavaliers d'honneur sat down to
the wedding breakfast.
But while there was festivity in other
parts of Europe there has been mourning
in Portugal. King Louis was buried to
day with great solemnity and pomp. His
widow is already arranging to leave the
A rEOLOSG'D VISIT
to her sister. Princess Clotilde, of Mon-
calien. The Queen will receive from the
Portuguese treasury 563,000 year, with the
usual allowances and palaces, but should
Fhe reside permanently abroad her salary
will be reduced by half, as the Portuguese
don't believe in absentee pensioners. Her
Majesty, however, has a large private
fortune, and will be able to please herself.
It is now pretty certain that Ferdinand,
of Bulgaria, has been looking for a wife
since he left Sofia incognito, andf 'there is
reason to believe he has found a laay will
ing to help him steady his rickettv throne.
The plucky girl is Princess Louise" Victoria
Mary Amelia Sophia, of Orleans, the 20-year-old
daughter of the Due d'Alencon,
cousin of the Comte de Paris, who, as head
of the family, is said to have given his con
sent to the match.
The impression prevails in certain
European circles that the league of peace is
seeking to strengthen its hands by further
alliances, and many plausible reasons are
put forward to support this theory. The
visit of the Archduke Alhrecht to Spain,
wucrc unusual nonor nas oeen shown Mm,
has been taken as indicating a mutual de
sire for a friendly understanding between
Madrid and Vienna. The ideals probably
far fetched, for the Queen of Spain, being
Albrecht's niece, would naturally seek to
give her uncle a friendly welcome. Spain
has enough to do to manage her own in
ternal affairs, without going outside in
search of adventures.
BAKSUil A KANE HEEETTC.
He Taffies Eccliind to Catch the Ear of the
tBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCn.1
London, October 26. Phineas Taylor
Barnum is guilty of heresy. He has been
telling reporters that England is a profit
able country to America, and that he would
rather live heie. It is his firm conviction,
he says, and it is shared by Oliver "Wendell
Holmes, that in time the better and more
cultivated Americans will com over and
settle in England. This is probably taffy.
Nevertheless, Barnum's show has already
made a great hit in London. Though it
does not open until the 11th of next month,
the metropolis and its environs are gaudy
with the great posters, familiar to all Pitts
burgers, and great crowds gather before the
billboards to wonder and admire.
Barnum himself is much sought after by
reporters. He is interviewed in railway
carriages, at breakfast, and in bed. "What
he eats, what he drinks, and wherewithal
that he is clothed has been described in the
newspapers, and his daily walks and drives
are chronicled with extreme precision.
Barnum has now decided that as his whole
show will not be allowed in the Lord
Mayor's procession, he will give a separate
procession of his own, on the same day, and
make the Xord Mayor's show look foolish.
COMING 0TEE TO LECTURE.
Amelia B. Edirnrds on Her Way to Greet
IBT CABLE TO TIIE DISrATCH.l
London, October 26. Miss Amelia B.
Edwards, Vice President and Honorary
Secretary of the Egypt Exploration Fund,
and author of several works of fiction and
travel, sailed for New York to-day on the
J-iShe will deliver a course of lectures at
Jy Columbia Collece, University of Pennsyl
vania, Peabody Institute, Boston Museum
of Fine Arts, and before the American
Archaeological and Zoographical Societies.
CAFT KNOCK BIH 0DI.
The Earl of Xionsdale Bound to Go on the
IBt CABLE TO TOE DISPATCH.
LONDON", October 26. The Earl of Lons
dale, unabashed by the circumstance that
Arctic sharps declare he has not been any
nearer the North Pole than a whaling ship
would deliver him. is going to deliver a
lecture before the Kendal Natural Historv
Society, on hit recent travels in Northern
The ex-theatrical manager brought back
a lot of animals with htm, all of which may
be obtained south of Hudson's Bay, and he
will use these to illustrate his lecture.
NOT MUCH IN IT.
An Adventuress Well Known In America
Win a Libel Snit in London
Small Damnum Allowed
Her Who She Is. (
IBT CABLK TO THE DISPATCH.
London, October 2G The readers of
The Dispatch, were kept lully informed,
some three years ago, of the extraordinary
career and trial of the notorious swindler,
the bogus Kev. Oswald Keating, who lived
luxuriously on his wits for 30 years, varied
by occasional terms of imprisonment.
Keating bagged some big game in his time,
inclnding a couple of cardinals, the Prot
estant Archbishop of Dublin, the late
Bishop Potter and Henry "Ward Beecher.
In America heedited the Christian Union,
posed as an anti-Catholic lecturer, and
should be well if not fondly remembered bv
thousands of dupes. Since his last impris
onment he has been living in retirement,
and presumably within the law in a London
suburb. About a year aca he contributed a
series of well-writteu articles on his prison
experiences to a London evening paper.
To-day Keating's name again figured in
the newspapers in connection with an auda
cious action for libel, in which Polly Hop
ley, his mistress, was plaintiff. Many
Americans can doubtless recall to their
minds the charming, pious Mrs. Keating,
alias Polly Hopley, the devoutest worshiper
in tne fashionable churches ot JSew lone
Seventeen vears ago Keating,as curate of St.
Martin's, "Worcester, was the darling of all
churchgoers in that part of the country.
He got into trouble, ot course, and duly
went to prison.
Naturally, when years later, this queer
meteor was blazing in the sky at Dublin,
the newspapers in the "Worcester District
recalled the time when its" light flashed
upon them. Among other thines, they re
printed the notice issued in 16S2, from Scot
land Yard, stating that Keating was wanted
by the poltce, and that he was accompanied
by a woman known as Polly, who is a skill
ful forger. This was published in October,
MONEY IN SIGHT.
Keating and Polly Hopley thought they
saw a chance of making money out of the
publication under those libel laws which
make the most expensive thine possible to
an English newspaper to expose fraud and
denounce abuse. Blackmailing failed for
once, however, and finally Polly actually
sued four newspapers for libel. The
case came on for trial to-day, in
the Court of Queen's bench. Polly
in cross-examination, was prodigiously in
dignant at being called a forcer, and wanted
the Judge and jury to believe she had been
handling pitch for 27 years without being
herself defiled. She did not succeed to that
extent, but in the absence of proof of con
viction for forgery, the jury, by direction of
the Judge, returned a verdict for theplain
tiff, and assessed the damages at 40 shillings
against each of the four defendants, with
The verdict may have been technically
right, but as the woman had been the part
ner of an infamous swindler for more than
a generation, people are asking why the
Judge did not exercise the discretion vested
in him and order the plaintiff to pay her
MAY DO SOME GOOD.
Constantinople Likely to Be Tlioronshly
Cleaned Up if OInny Potentates Tislt
It The Taxpayers Object to
IBT CABLE TO TIIE BISFATCU.l
LONDON, October 26. The visit of the
Emperor Wilhelm to Constantinople is in
stanced to prove that Turkey is to be ad
mitted to the alliance, but it is certain the
great Dowers would not take Turkey into a
partnership to which she could contribute
nothing but troubles. The league is doubt
less anxious to keep on good terms with
those who may possibly be induced to be
come enemies, but it is strong enough to
hold its own without further aid.
The visit of the German Emperor to Con
stantinople is causing many misgivings in
the minds of officials of theublime porte.
His Majesty has ordered that the ruler of
Germany shall be received with fitting naval
and military honors, and the creatures of
the palace are at their wits' end to accom
plish this. They can do fairly well on
shore, but the first trouble afloat was to get
ironclads which could be safely moved to
anchorage opposite the palace. "When this
had been done by the help of steam tugs
and the least possible use of the machinery
of the ironclad, they felt doubtful about the
propriety ol firing the big guns on board,
even for salutes. Judging from the condi
tion of the vessels there seems to be consid
erable element of risk about it, and if "Wit-
helm is wise he will witness tne Turks' at
tempts with naval artillery from afar.
But it is not only with the guns of soldiers
that the mind of the Turkish civil officer is
occupied. The Sultan has directed that the
streets through which the Emperor -is to
pass shall be well paved and cleansed; that
the houses shall be in good repair and taste
fully decorated. Gaslamps are to be erected
in places where light after sundown was
previously unknown. It only needs the
visits of a few more potentates to Constanti
nople, perhaps, to have the city entirely
renovated. At present, however, the people
who live on the line of the route, and who
have to bear all these expenses for outward
show, are wishing they resided in some
other part of the town.
SOKGSTEES AND ACTORS.
What American Stage Celebrities are Doing
IBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.
London, October 26. Geraldine TJlmar,
the American star of the Gilbert and Sulli
van Opera Company, has been very much
annoyed by a report published in a New
York newspaper that she had refused to sign
a year's contract to sing in the new opera,
on the ground that she was engaged to Will
iam Gordon Kellogg, of San Francisco.
Miss TJlmar did sign the contract, she is
not engaged to Kellogg, has not been, and
will not be, neither is she engaged to be
married to anyone else. She is delighted
with her part in the new opera, and consid
ers it one of the best roles in which she has
ever had an opportunity to appear, and she
is also convinced that the opera itself is one
of the very best of the Gilbert-Sullivan
Mrs, Langtry has bidden America a long
adieu. She has this week engaged the St.
James' Theater, London, for a year from
January next, when she will open in
" 'Twixt Ax and Crown." She is at pres
ent plavmg in the provinces, and at Leeds
last week stood sponsor for a little girl who
had been kept nameless lor three years of
her existence by her mother, until the Lily
should visit the town again.
Mrs. James Brown-Potter is also said to
be lookine for a West End theater, and the
visit of KyrleBellew to London this week
was, it is rumored, with a view to that pur
pose. Mrs. Potter's health is said to be en
tirely restored. She certainly looked well
enough when I saw her a few days ago,
drivinc down the Champs Elysee, Paris, in
an open, victoria with the faithful Kyrle at
Another American actress, Loie Fuller,
made her London debut this week, appear
ing at -the Globe Theater in "Caprice."
Miss Fuller was well received, but the play
was unanimously damned.
Olga Brandon, who is playing the heroine
in "Caste" at the Criterion, has quite sur
passedeven her most ardent admirers' an
ticipation, and the London newspapers are
almost unanimous in her praise.
WANTS TO EARN A LIYLN'G.
An Archduke Who U Anxious to Do Some
TBY CAEZ.E TO III DISPATCH.!
London, October 26. Court circles on
the continent are still ringing with the de
termination of the Archduke John of
Austria to renounce his rank and fortune
and to take command of all English mer
chant ship. John is no beggar or tramp,
however. He wants to work and earn his
own bread. He is a splendid officer, highly
educated, with a faculty for mathematics
and scientific problems, and in politics he
borders on socialism, and his outspoken ut
terances were always getting him into hot
Unfortunately for himself, the Archduke
offended the Archduke Alhrecht by criticis
ing his military skill, and Count Kalnoky
by espousing the cause of Prince',Ferdinand,
of Bulgaria. The influence of these two
was sufficient to induce the Emperor
Francis Joseph to remove the Archduke
John from his command. Now John in
sists that he will have work of some kind.
He is a finely built, powerful man of 38,
full of life and energy.
HALFOBD NEEDED AT HOME
Politicians Think Be Could Secure Indiana
to the Republicans If Bo Were to
Resume Editorial Work A
Fight lor tbe Senntoraulp.
tSFECIAL TEL EG BAM TO THE DISPATCH.!
Indianapolis, October 26. Both par
ties have organized preliminary for the
coming campaign, the result of which is to
determine who shall succeed Mr. Voorhees
in the Senate, and nearly all the State offi
cers except Governor. The reported resig
nation of Halford created some surprise
among certain politicians in Indianapolis,
while among others it was quite the re
One politician who earnestly requested
that his name be not used, said: I will
tell you something that may surprise you.
Hal lord is more than likely to come back to
Indianapolis and resume editorial
work. He is beyond doubt a tower
of strength to the Republicans of
this State. He proved it during
the Presidental campaign and we missed
him in the recent city fight I honestly be
lieve that if Halford had been here the Re
publicans would have carried the city. He
is a great organizer and systematizer, and in
an editorial way is a greater power in In
diana than any other man I Enow of."
"But how can he resume editorial work if
he is broken down physically?"
"I don't believe it He is undoubtedly
sick. A little rest aud care will restore him
so that he will be able to come here and do
nfwspaper work next spring or summer.
He will be here, I am quite sure, before the
next State campaign."
"Will he take his old place at the head of
the Journal t"
"I am sorry you asked me that question.
I can't tell you our plans. He may go on
the Journal on certain conditions, and then
he may not You see there is much ill
feeling among Republicans toward Holiday
and the 2few because of the position of that
paper during the recent city campaign.
Further than this I have no information to
give, but you can draw your own conclu
sions." "Going to start another afternoon paper,
"I have not said so, nor will I say so. I
don't know anything about that, hut let me
tell you this, General Michener is Chairman
of the State Committee now. He is a fighter.
He proposes to so organize the party as to
secure the State to the Republicans from
now on. Mark this, will you, and wait for
the outcome. I can absolutely tell you no
The Business Portion Destroyed.
rSFECIAL TXLEOBAU TO THE DISPATCH.l
Stoneboeo, October 26. The business
portion of this town was destroyed by fire at
an early hour this morning, entailing a loss
of 575,000, partially covered by insurance.
The fire started in Binner's block, and be
fore the flames could be subdued burned
nearlv all of the best business portion of
Monday and Tuesday
We will continue our phenomenal 13 over
coat and suit sale. We still have about
1,000 superb overcoats and 1,000 elegant
tailor-made suits left, and they must be sold
Monday and Tnesday. Everyone is de
lighted with this $13 sale, for it means
handsome garments usually sold from $22
to $30 go for $13. P. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and .Diamond sts., opp. the new
ninrriase Licenses Grunted Yesterday.
J Frank Hicks Ersddock
Barbara Welsh Bradiiock
( Georjrc McEwen McKeesport
( Mary Morrison MiKeesport
(Charles O. Bosonqnlst Pittsburg
t Mary boderqulst Plttsbnrg
( Joseph Barczak McKeesport
I Sarah Bems McKeesport
5 John Matls McKeesport
( Mary Badneropkl McKeesport
(John Mahr McKeesport
Caroline Schlrlner McKeesport
J I'atrlck flushes Pittsburg
I Catharine Carmody. Pittsburg
i N. T. Hatfan Pittsburg
I Anna Height Pittsburg
(James Hanam McKeesport
( ilary Lundie Pittsburg
(George J. Huebner Plttsbnrg
Caroline Rlhl Pittsburg
(Herman Helm Pittsburg
I Elizabeth Vorhoff. Pittsburg
PETGEN WAUGAMAN-Saturday even
ins, at Church of SS. Peter and Paul, by Very
Rev. Father Snhr. Jacob H. Petoen to Ann
TJ, Watjoaman, East End.
BARNHART Saturday, October 26, at 8.35
p. ic Walter D. Barn-iiabt, aged 23 years
1 month 15 days.
Funeral on Mosdat, at 2 p. it, from his late
residence, No. 2225 Sarah street, Southside,
Pittsburg. Friends are invited. .
f Altoona papers please copy.l
BEEHLER On Saturday. October 28. at 3 A
All Ran Down from the weakening effects of
warm weather, by hard work or from a long
Illness, yon should take Hood's Sarsaparilla,
which will purify your blood, expel scrofula
and all impurities, regulate the liver and other
organs, cure headache, give strength and
create an appetite. Be sure to get Hood's.
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811 Smithneld street
Gold fillings. fl 00 and op
Wbtte alloy fllJlnKS 1 00
Bilver fllllnes 75
Amalgam fillings. 50
Extracting teetb 25
Administering gas 50
Fine gold filling and gold crown work a spe
cialty. TEETH, BEST BET, 110.
Work guaranteed equal to any in tbe city.
st, Willluc H., youngest son of Georee
Beehlerand his deceased wife, Rosa, aged 13
years 6 months 14 days.
Funeral on Monday, October 28, at 2 p. h.,
from the residence of hts uncle, Henry Sand
rock, .No. U Locust street. Etna, Pa. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
WEGELMAN-On Friday, October 25. 1889,
at 12 m., Catherine, relict of the late Valen
tine Diegelman, aged 69 years.
Funeral from the residence of her son-m-law,
Jules Arnd, 421 Thirty-third street, on SUNDAY
at 2.30 p. m. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. 2
DALY At her residence, 3524 Lafayette
alley. Mrs, MARaABET Daly, widow of the
late Philip Daly, on Friday, October 25, at 6.45
Funoral on Monday mobning, to proceed
to St John's Church. High mass at 9 o'clock.
WA-wn Or. ThiiMov nptftVior 24. 1SS9. at
10 p. k., Elizabeth Caldwell, beloved wife
of a. G.W. Evans, aged 19 years, 11 months and
Funeral from her late residence, No. 271S
Jane street, Southside, on Sunday, October
27, at 2.30 P.M. Friends of tho family are re
spectfully Invited to attend. 2
FRIEL-On Saturday October 28, 18S9, at 11
A, M.. Jakes, son of Anthony and Mary i nei,
aged 3 years and 10 months.
Funeral from the residence of parents,
Twenty-second street and Spring alley, on
Sunday afternoon, at 2 p.m. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend.
KEHR On Friday, October 25, 18S9, 10-23
p. Jt, Nicholas Eehb, aged bl years 5 months
Funeral takes place from his late residence.
No. 622Wylie avenue, on Sunday afternoon
at 2 o'clock. Tho Rhine Lodge 1O.0 F., No.
424, and mends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend.
LENTZ On Saturday. October 26, at 8 A it,
Herbert Lewis, only child of D. L. and Lillie
McBoberts-Lentz, aged 7 months.
Funeral Monday, at 2 p. m., from their resi
dence, 404 River avenue, Allegheny. 2
MELLOR On Saturday morning, October
28, 18S9, Mrs. JT7LIA A. H. MELLOR, widow of
the late John H. Mellor.
Funeral services at her late residence, No. 149
Second avenue, on Monday, October 28, at 2
p. M. Interment private. Please omit pow
ers. . 2
MAXWELL On Tuesday, October 22. at 11
o'clock p. m., at his residence, Ingram station,
Henry D., son of the late W. J. and Elizabeth
Maxwell, In 27th year of his ajc.
Funeral services on Sunday at 1 o'clock
P.M., October 27. 1889. Friends of the family
are respectfully invited to attend. Carriages
will leave the office of R. T. Xtodney, 35 Ohio
street; at 1130 o'clock. Interment private.
McCORMIUK At Coultersville, Pa., on
October 24, Thomas T., brother of J. J. Mccor
mick. Fnneral from the residence of his father-in-law,
N. J. Bigley, at Coultersville, on Sunday,
October 27, at 2.30 P. ii. Train leaves Baltimore
and Ohio depot at 12 40 P.M. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend.
PATTERbON Suddenly, on Friday, Octo
ber 25, at 4-40 o'clock p. M., Maroaret Jane,
wife of Alexander H. Patterson, in her 44th
Funeral services at her late residence, Fifth
avenue and Seneca street, on SU-VDAT, the
27th inst, at 2 o'clock p. it Friends of the fam
ily are invited to attend.
REAGAN On Saturday, October 26, 1SS9.
Miss Ellen O. Reagan, at the residence of
her cousin, Mr. John Reagan, 477 Bedford ave
nue. Notice of fnneral hereafter.
SWEENEY On Friday, October 25, 18S9, at
3 o'clock p. M., James Sweeney, in his 71st
Funeral from his late residence, No. 6 Mad-
dock's alley, on Sunday, tho 27th inst, at 2
o'clock p. M. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. 2
SLATER On Saturday morning, October 28,
1S89, at 2 o'clock, EDWARD T. Slater.
Funeral services on Monday morning at 10
o'clock at the residence of his brother, Wm.
Slater, No. 5S6 Wylio avenue. Interment
STEGGERT On Friday. October 25, at 3.40
A. it, Mrs. Annie Steggert, wite of Henry
btegcerr, aged 38 years 7 months 20 days.
Funeral from her late residence. No. 133
Eighteenth street, Sunday, October 27, at 2
p. M. Friends of the family aro respectfully
invited to attend. 2
ZINSSER On Saturday morning at 4
o'clock, Enstien Louisa, daughter of Fred
and Enstien Zinsser, aged 2 years.
Funeral to-day at 3 o'clock P. M., from
parents' residence, 81 Forty-third street, clt.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
ZINSER On Saturday, October 26, 1889, at
4 o'clock a. m., Elizabeth, daughter of Fred
and Ernstlna Zinser. aged 2 years.
Funeral on Sunday, October 27, at 3 o'clock
p. M., from the residence of the parents; Forty
third street, city. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend.
JAMES M. FULLERTON,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Stkeet.
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Lim.,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 11S4 Fenn avene. Tele
phone connection. njylO-O-MWFSU
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Corner Bmltafield and Fourth avenue.
FOR THIS WEEK.
Big Bargains in Underwear!
ONLY 90 CENTS
For Strictly All-Wool Underwear, regular
make and in either natural color or medi
cated scarlet, sold daily everywhere at $1 25
our price only 90 cents. Remember, these
are both comfortable to wear and are not the
scratchy stuff usually sold at this price.
VVe are pushing matters in our HAT DE
PARTMENT. Black Stiff Hats complete
assortment and nobby shapes, good color
and pure stock, at Si 25, 51 50, 51 75, 52,
52 25, 52 50, 52 75 and 53. Hoys' and Chil
dren's Hats in the newest styles, from 25
STRASSBURBER & JOSEPH,
Tailors, doners ai Hatters,
161, 163 Federal St., Allegheny.
IT STILL LEADS
Portiere Bed at $12 00.
is giving all
somely draped, is a richer piece
of furniture than most heavy
wood front beds.
P. C. Schoeneck,
Complete stock of Furniture and
Upholstery now ready for inspec
There's a corset that isn't
a corset, a waist with straps
for the shoulders and rows of
buttons to button on skirts
and stocking supporters and
so forth the Ball W.aist
and that's about the whole of
it. No; you can put it in the
washtub no metal in it or
Women differ in their ways
of thinking and dressing as
well as in other ways. This
waist is for women whose
minds are made up that they J
won t wear corsets.
There's much to be said on
both sides; but did you ever
hear of a woman who hadn't
made up her mind in some
way? and is there any possi
ble use in trying to get her
to change it? She will and
she will; or she won't and she
Chicago Corset Co..Cb!cago and New York.
daring this week wo shall GIVE AWAY
with every purchase of $20 or over. In our
::: CLOAK :::
Tl noy olcrpedjLa
of universal knowledge.
IS. FREE, GRATIS.
BIO to 5X4 Market street
ana 27 Fifth avenue.
Black Parrots, Humming
Canary lrds, Large
Black Birds, Sea Gulls,
Black Natural Wings,
Ostrich Quills, Ostrich
Plumes and Ostrich
Also Exquisite Conceits
in sonnets, Dasning
Carriage Hats, and
Pretty Shapes for Visit
ing and Promenading.
(Millinery Parlors Second Floor.)
KID AND FABRIC GLOVES.
Ladies' 4-button Kid Gloves, in black,
brown, tan and slate, at 75c pair.
Ladies 4-button Kid Gloves, in brown, tan
and slate, at 99e pair.
Ladies' 5-hook Kid Gloves, in black, brown,
tan and slate, at 99c pair.
Ladies' 8-button Mou'squetaire, in aU tbe
new shades of tan, at 79c pair.
Ladies' 8-button Alousquetaire Driving
Gloves at $1 99 pair.
Ladies' 4-button Heal Kid Haud-sewed
Gloves, in all shades, at SI 49 pair.
Ladies' Cashmere Gloves, in black and
colored, at 25c pair.
Children's Cashmere Gloves at 25c pet pair.
DRESS AND CLOAK TRIMMINGS.
Hew Braid Sashes, 3 yards long, from $1 99
to $4 50 each.
Persian Appliques, in all colors, from $1
to ?2 25 per yard.
Persian Embroidery, in all colors, from 49o
to $4 49 per yard.
Silk Galloon, in all colors, from 24c to $1 50
Ornament Gimps, Silk and Mohair, from
59c to $3 74 per yard.
Silk Ornaments, with Pendants, from 39s
to 89c each.
Beaded Ornaments, withPendants, from 19o
to (1 89 each.
Beaded Ornament Gimps from 74c to S3 74
Beaded Galloon from 49c to SI 24 per yard.
Girdles, in all colors, from 49c toll 49 each.
Black and Colored Silk Fringe from 25c to
54 49 per yard.
New Fringe Apron Fronts for Dresses,
52 50 to 58 50.
Fringe Panels, 51 99 and 52 99.
Braid Panels from 24c to 53 40.
Braid Sets from 24c to 5424.
Beaded Sets from 69o to 53 49.
Ladles' and Misses' Woolen Hose.
Ladies' All-wool Hose, black, 25c.
Ladies' All-wool Black, ribbed. 39c
Ladies' Fine Casi"iere Hose, black, 50c.
Aiadies' Extra FineCashmere Hose, 59a.
Ladies' Black Cashmere Hose in extra
Ladies' Black Cashmere Hose in Opera
Children's Black Wool Hose, seamless, 19c.
Children's Black Wool Hose, ribbed or
Misses' Black French Bibbed Hose. 1!
Children's Black Wool Hose, double knees.
Hisses' Fine Cashmere Hose, 50c
Boys' Bibbed Wool Hose in all grades.
Bin k warn,
SIXTH ST. AND PENN AVE.
HAVE RECEIVED THE
JOS. H0RNE & CO.
BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
40 and 408 Wood Street.
CBOWDED TO THE DOORS.
Itis the excitement on tho street. Thousands
are flocVinff to this store and securing
tbe great bargains.
BEAD OUR PRICES.
60 doz. child1 s filverene table trays, only 10a.
200 doa. handled tea cups and saucers (Sin
set), only 85c
doz. white granite dinner plates, only 5c
inr AcT.Tnp. d china fruit saacers.onlr 5c
100 doz. individual steak plates, only
80 doz. Individual side dishes, only 5c
24 doz. decorated lone dishes, only 10c
50 sets (10 pieces) decorated toilet -sets, only
12-piece decorated tilet set, with jar, only
108 piece decorated Signer set, worth 812, only
128 piece decorated dDwier set; worth 818, only
J1300- -v .
68 piece decorated tea- set, worth Si, only
Plain glass tumblers. onVr
Majoliea sngar bowls, ony 25c
Handed goblets, only 5c
Glass covered butter disb, o nly 5c
25 doz. false faces, 5c to 50c
50 doz. assorted games. So to ZoC
Children's cane seat chairs, in red or nine,
' todies' carpet seat rocking chairs, only IL
60 doz. silk plush albums, only &TC,
Toilet set, in plush box. comb, brush and
Odor sets, with perfumery, 10c, Si-c. 0c
Elegant pictures, in oak frames,' o.njy 81 25.
Mago lanterns, 25c, SSc, 60c
Thousands of dolls, from 6c to 85.
Hundreds ot styles of vases, from Be ISO 81
Girls' toy decorated tea sets, 10c,-. 19c, 33c,
Boys' brass drums. 18c 25c, 38c, 60c, SL
Real hair horse teams, only 75c
.Now waste baskets, 25c to ft 50.
Sheffield silver-plated knives, only 10c
Everything you want la tors, games, eta.
Full line housekeeping goods.
Great bargalnSon our oo and lOe conn tarsi,
H. G. HAYDEN & COM
ocZr-wau ' aJ
dolls. aarEBF dolls.
DOLLS GIVEN AWAY 1
DOLLS GIVEN AWAY !
DOLLS GIVEN AWAY!
To all purchasers in our Infants' Department; bo matter fcow i
the amount, -will be presented a
cording to the amount of the purchase. RBMBMBEB POLLS WILL Ml
GIVE2T AWAY this -weelb ONLY. If yon don't promptly aval
yourselves of our offer, blame yourselves, not us.
TEE BABI TRAIN.
The -whole train of beautiful, comfortable and essestktf srtloieg of ,
dress for babies will be found in oar Infants' Department Ctadat, .
Oapes, Mitts, Sacques, Slips, eta, all at popular prices, -. '
Infants' Slips, 25o, 50c, 69o upward.
Infanta' Dresses, 81, 81 SO upward. '
Infants' Christening Dresses, 82, 8d 50 upward.
Infants' Hemstitched Dresses, 84 60.
Infants' Plain Cambrio Skirts, 50c.
Infants' Embroidered Trimmed Skirts, 59o upward.
Infants' Flannel Skirts, 81 25 upward.
Infants' Linen Shirts, 25o, 29o, 38a
Infants' Zephyr Shirts, 29o, 38c, 45o upward.
Infants' Cashmere Shirts, 85a
Infants' Bands, 25o and 85a
Infants' Flannel 'Wrappers, 81 88 upward.
Bootees, 12Ho, 15c, 18o upward.
Infants' Bibs, 5c, 8a 15o upward.
Infants' Woolen CapsydOc, 6Qo upward.
Infants' Cashmere Caps,.59o, 75o upward.
Infants' 3Urts, lOo upward.
Infants' Zephyr Sacques, 25o upward.
Infants' Flannel Sacques, 81 50 upward. '
Infants' Flannel Shawls, 75c upward.
Rubber Diapers, 260 up, Feeders, 4o up; Rubber
65o a yard.
Infants' Colored Cloaks, 82 upward.
Infants' White Cloaks, 82 upward.
HDRSES' APRONS, of Victoria Lawn (SXTJtA
Rattles, Gum Rings,
and Combs, Soaps, etc.
New Department Stores,
OUR STANDING IN THE CITYl
At tbe present day is backed by tbe eonfioTence of tbe general baying paWie. Kiviaf eV
we are very loth to part with the same. To
ay little. But it is to you, reader, -who as
wants supplied from onr large, varied and
address these few lines. "We are prepared
goes to the proper furnishing of your homes.
A : PARLOR : SUIT f
Ton want, we have plenty (onr own make),
Pieces in Parlor Goods in very laree assortment II it should happea thai yc w K'
are in the line of BEDROOM SUITS, they
sortment, landscape, Cheval andtTprightQlassesinFrench and Germaa bevel, ay
any wood ot any price desired from 512 to t375 eonld yon wish for mere is the mH
of salt? And now at this time Si the year, particularly, many of ys seed a aed
'Well, vrm have an tmennaled stock this fall,
Onr line embraces all the well known, makes
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS, All-wool, Cotton
rr y i- j ir...r .r.ui.:.ii. v: j
Lace Curtains in their house when they are
for 90c a pair, or $40 a pair? We also have a
Curtains at very low prices. In Bedding
Blankets, Pillows, Bolsters, etc
NOW FOR YOUR KITCHEN!
Ah, here we surely take the lead. After saying that we carry the best makes of 8
ana itanges mere is iiiuo neeu oi viag mora ua & icw wo, aaa csey are smesey
HAVE EVERYTHING that goes to make year kitchea tbe fiasrt is. tfce iMrw
know ereryjaonsewif e tries to do that.
NOW WHO ARE WE? WELL, WE ARE
HOPPER BROS, k CO.,
THE ONLY COMPLETE
BBTWSBH TXDa?AMT rHBkrXATK
v--ee ssvhxo- x. oa iei launr ssrerrw
DolL varying is size and quality j
Largest assodanent of fj
Puffs, Powder, Brushes13
Street, Pittsburg Pr
those who are customers of tbe boase, we wH,
yet never had the pleawe rf fcT4f 3"r ;
elegant assortment of noasehald gooifa, tfcot wi'
to furnish yoa anything aad aygijftiag 1tmf
If it is :
cheap, medium or high prieed. -AJ eMsf i
can easily be satisfied frwa-ew sluftW j
and von need onlv take a look is b i
in "WILTONS, VEVBT8, SO0Zastsli
Chain and Cotton 1XGXAI3RS, BsgrVE
. r..- ir..f.- ..i.'.It t
aware of the faet that we eaa give sms j
large line of "Window Shades d, Tsrtiisijl
we hays eTsrythteg Mattresses,
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