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THE ' PITTSBURG DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER .30, 188a
NO" SECT IS KNOWN
riv tne Indian commissioner,
Making Necessary Kemoyals.
jHE SAIS SO, AKD OUGHT TO KKOfl.
by Their Guns.
POSTMASTER LAEEIN SOLID AS TLT
''x rSFZCXAI. TTLZGRIX TO TBI DISPATCIt.1
vWashikgtoi.-. October 29. The CTwrcft
UTeirs, a Catholic orcan published in this
rcity, contains in its issue of this weefc a
hitter attack on the management of the
'Indian schools in antagonism to the Catho
lics, and particularly berates Dr. Dor
chester, Superintendent of Indian schools.
ior his bigotry and hostility. Commissioner
Morgan, who is also attacked, said to-day,
when asked his views in regard to this at-
f. "I will say now, as I hare often said be-
fore since I have been at the head of the
i Indian office, that I have not made a re
moval because a man was a Catholic or be
cause a man was a Democrat. My aim has
been to retain all employes who are fully
qualified, and to appoint only men of
that character in filling vacancies. I have
refused to enter into any contract with new
ly organized denominational schools, or
contract schools, as they are known, to dis
tinguish them from the schools solely cop
ducted by the Government, because I am in
favor of the public school system.
AXX TBEATED ALIKE.
"In educating the Indians to citizenship I
see no reason why they should not be
; taught in the same sort of schools as the
children of American citizens. I am, there-
forcopposed to the svstem which encouraged
grants of money by the Government to pri
vate elementary schools of any char
acter. The number of Indian schools
conducted by the Government is 159. The
contract schools number 71. I renewed the
contracts with all the existing schools, bat
refused to make contracts with proposed new
schools. Presbyterians, Methodists, Epis
copalians, Baptists, as well as Roman
Catholics, applied to me for such contracts,
but I refused."
"It is true," continued Mr. Morgan.
"that the Catholic schools received a larger
share of the appropriation than the schools
ot any other denomination. This is shown
by the amount paid by the Government to
the Catholic contract "schools. The apDro-
priation for 1890 is divided thus: Bureau
of Catholic Missions, $356,491, including
$75,000 special appropriation; Missions
of the Presbyterian Church, 47,-
650; American Missionary Asso-
v ciation, 26,489; Cathedral Chapter. of
r South Dakota (Episcopal), $4,860; Ameri-
., can Unitarian Association, $5,400; B. C.
,- Hobbs (Friends), $13,363, including special
appropriation of $12,C00; Whitis School,
. Indiana (Friends), $10,020; Halstead, Kan-
sis (Mennonitek), $4,375; Mission School at
- Wittenberg, "Wis. (Lutheran), $7,560; S. D.
Hinman (Episcopal), $750; J. A Gillfillan
' (Episcopal), $19,116; Society of Methodic
Episcopal Church, $8,950; total, $505,994.
"In the year 1886 the Catholics received
$118,343 out ot a total appropriation of
$174,819; in 18S7, $194,635 out of $309,774;
in 1888. $221,169 out of $322,824; in 1889,
$347,672 out of $476,190.
A CHEATER INCREASE.
'The number of Catholic teachers in the
, Government schools," added the commis
sioner, "has increased recently in much
greater proportion than those of any other
denomination. But in all the changes
which have been made and none have
been made recently I have endeavored to
act lor the best interests of the service, and
without reference to religious belief.
If more Catholics have been dismissed
- ifcat Protestant, it as probably due
' to the fact that there were more Catholics in
the service. It is not known positively
what is the proportion of Catholic and
Protestant teachers that have been dropped
irom the rolls. I never made any inquiry
as to a teacher's religious faith, but Dr.
Dorchester,in a recent letter, a copy of which
I have, says that undoubtedly more Protest
ants than Catholics have been dropped."
STAhDIMx BI THEIR GUXS.
The Uc-Rnted Pensioners Won't GIvefPp
'-, Without a Rattling Fight.
rsreexu. telegcax to the dispatch.!
h 'Washingtox. October 29. The re-
J rated pensioners of the Pension Bureau,
, whose tenure of office bids fair to be short if
' Secretary Koble meant wnat he said in
his letterto Acting Commissioner Smith,
are preparing to defend themselves and bring
every influence to bear to secure their reten
tion in office. They assert that the report of
the late investigating committee was preju
diced, but that even it did not attempt to
, question the justice of the increase of pen
Eion and allowance of arrears. The only
-"real criticism made in the report, they say,
" -was of the haste with which the cases were
' put through, most of them being taken ur
and made special and the claim allowed in
side of 48 hours. The re-rated men assert
that the reason for this was that it had ap
peared to be so much the bnsiness of the last
administration to prevent the allowance ot
pensions, and such manifest injustice was
j, done in many cases, that when the fact was
' brought to the attention of Commissioner
Tanner, that gentleman was so indignant
'that he gave his approval at once
. to any method that would hasten
Athe cases and right the wrong that had
-Hribeen done. The re-rated pensioners do not
i believe that anyone would dispute that all
' " of the increases and arrears allowed,were
, proper and the pensioners deserving ofall
Commissioner Baum was to have had a
4 consultation with Secretary Noble to-day,
in regard to the cases of these men, and de-
uuc Hucfruur me) buau ue removed or re
.tained, but the two officials failed to get
together, and so the matter was postponed
jur me ume.
10 STEPS TAKEN IET
In Record to the Recent Letter of District
""WASHTKGT01f, October 29. Assistant
Secretary Batcheller said to-day that he
couldn't possibly find leisure to go care
fully through the letter of District Attor
ney Lyon, received yesterday, and
of the matter relating to tbe
Jeannette glass workers' case. He could
only glance cursorily at it, but his hasty
examination was sufficient to almost decide
him to refer the case to the Solicitor of the
Treasury to examine and pass upon.
He hRR nnt fnllv Mnnlnioil tn fol-A tit.
-fstep. but as intimated in these disnafehM
r&ast evening, this will probably be the pres-n.-v3
?nt disposition of the case.
HE. IARKIN ILL RIGHT.
Wanaraaker Says the Pliubnrs Postmaster
Will Not be Disturbed.
SJrSPrclAI. TELZGBAH TO TOT DISPATCH.!
rASHUfOTOir, October29. When asked
0-day whether a change was likely to occur
Tinlthe Pittsburg postoffice previous to the
'expiration of Mr. Larkin's term, Mr. Wan
amaker intimated that no such change
would be made, without it was esptci
ally urged by Senator Quay, who seemed
disposed to leave the present incumbent un
disturbed until the end of his four years,
knowing that to his Eepublican successor
fill undoubtedly be extended a similar
At least,' it is not expected that any change
U be &rie at Pittsburg belore the return
SenatorQuay, which will not be till
our neckwew. display.
LATE NEWS IS BRIEF.
Harry Spiesz. convicted at Buffalo of man
slaughter for the killing of Ruby Nelson, was
yesterday morning sentenced to 12 years Im
prisonment. An order has been issued by the Canadian
Department ot Railways and Canals that until
the close of navigation the St. Lawrence canals
are to be opened Sundays.
Upon receipt of information that Mercie
would not furnish the bronze horse and rider
for the Lee Monument at Richmond. Va until
the latter part of January, the Lee Monument
Board has postponed the unveiling until May,
At Denver Mrs. J. EM, of South Minne
apolis, was out driving last evening, the team
ran way and collided with a cable car. She
was thrown over the car, landing on her head
on the other side. Her skull was fractured and
she will die.
Acting Secretary Batcheller has decided
that Chinese laundrymen are laborers within
the meaning of the Chinese restrictive act and
are therefore prohibited from landing in the
United States, no matter whether they have
been here before or not.
L. B. Hall and his sister Sarah, both promi
nent society people of Princess Anne county,
Md., were convicted yesterday morning of In
cendiarism In burning Coxe & Miles' ware
houses at Fairmount, bomerset county, amontn
ago. Sentence was deferred.
Messrs. Robltaille, Banier fc Besnler. pro
prietors of one of the largest drygoods and re
tail houses In Quebec mado an assignment yes
terday, xneir liabilities are s$u,vw. uuiuo
Bouchard, another drvgoods dealer, has also
made an assignment. His liabilities are 820,000.
Of the 120,000,000 to be placed at Jay Gould's
disposal for rebuilding the Manhattan Ele
vated Railway, one-half will be used in
liquidating claims for damages, extending
denot nlatforms. building heavier engines and
adding to the present equipment of passenger
It is stated that representations have been
made by the imperial authorities to the Cana
dian Government to modify the Chinese act, in
view of the posibUity of its creating complica
tion uMii might lead to the injury of British
trade with China. British Columbia is urging
a reduction of the tax on Chinamen.
The United 8tates store ship Monongahela,
which has arrived from Samoa, brought the re
mains of Captain C. M. Schoonmaker, of the
United 8tates man-of-war Vandalla, who was
drowned in the great storm of March 16. She
also brought the guns and carriages of the
men-of-war Vandalla and Trenton, which were
wrecked at the same time.
The defendantsthe Connor-Marshall case.
cnarjrea witn conspiring to roo tne tuo uranae
express train in April last near Gunnison, CoL,
have been convicted. There were five counts
in the indictment, and the jury found them
guilty on all the counts. One of the defend
ants, Connor, was at one time First Lieutenant
of the Denver police force.
The State bank of Lock Haven entered a
judgment note yesterday against the lumber
firm of Wainwright & Bryant, of Philadelphia,
for 124,759 26. It was on a transcript from the
court of Jefferson county. There were two
other judgment notes entered, also for small
amounts, and others are now pending and will
be entered up in a few days.
The schooner Mary L.Varney, of Bath, Me.,
Captain Weeks, went ashore on the Salvages
at 3.30 o'clock yesterday morning, and will
prohablv be a total loss. The crew were saved
with difficulty after an boar's dangerous ex-
Serience by a, volnnteer crew wbo managed the
limine Society's lifeboats. The vessel is high
on the rocks, with tremendous seas breaking
The temperance war has again broken out
at KJIbuck. U. Tne pronitution ordinance has
been declared illegal by the Mayor, and two
saloons have started up. Monday night the
whole village was shaken up by the explosion
of a dynamite bomb, which bad been placed
under the front part of Charles Payman's sa
loon, and which tore away a part of the front
A young man sleeping upstairs narrowly es
caped. Chickasaw county, la., is almost in arms
over the McKenna-Dond affair, on Saturday,
and althongh the lynching of the latter has
been strongly talked of, it is not possible that
be can recover from his pistol wound and he
will probably be left to die a natural death.
The Coroner's jury will not reach a verdict be
fore Thursday. Dennis Fierney, wbo shot
Dond. cannot be found. The county has sta
tioned guards at Doud's house to prevent him
from being lynched.
The autumn term of the United States
Court of the Eastern district of Arkansas, com
menced yesterday. The charge of Judge Cald
well to the trrand jury touched briefly upon
election troubles in this State, the only election
case which that body has before it being that of
Charles C Ueid and James Lucas, who at the
last term were convicted of interfering with an
election jndge at Flummcrville, in .November
last, when Jobn M. Clayton and C. R. Brecken-
ridge were Congressional candidates. The at
torneys of Reed and Lucas had tbe indictment
under which they were tried quashed, and they
The Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Taul east
bound express collided with a west-bound
freight train near Council Bluffs, la. The en
gines telescoped and the express, baggage and
smoking cars were burned. James Pullen, the
engineer of the passenger, was killed, and an
Italian named Ansol Gillott was burned in the
wreck. James Opey.traveling engineer of tbe
Milwaukee road; S. F. Stewart, express mes
senger: James Ryan and Grennio Coscbjrnano
were slightly injured. The engineer and fire
man on the freight and tbe fireman on the pas
senger jumped before tbe trains came together
and escaped with a few bruises.
EXGINEERB WILL COME HERE.
The Next Meeting; of the Brotherhood Will
be nt Pittsburg:.
Denveb, October 29. The Engineers
Convention this morning elected F. B.
Deitrick, of Altoona, Pa., Second Grand
Assistant Engineer, to fill the vacancy
caused by the resignation of Cavener, of
Chicago, and A H. Butler, of Pittsburg,
Third Grand Assistant Engineer.
The convention decided to hold the next
convention at Pittsburg. There were ten
candidates for this honor Pittsburg Port
land, Me , Grand Rapids, Louisville, Wash
ington, Atlanta, St. Louis, Sioux City,
Galesburg and Cincinnati.
Two Drives for To-Dny.
To make it lively we will sell to-day about
650 men's kersey and chinchilla overcoats,
in gray, blue, browu and black, for the
ridiculous low prices of $5 and $6.
This will give everybody a chance to wear
an overcoat. The above prices we name
positively for to-day only. P. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
Ribbons! Ribbons: Ribbons!
Ten thousand yards of plain and fancy
ribbons, Nos. 30 and 40, 3 and i inches wide,
all silk, heavy quality, worth from 60 to 75
cents per yard; will all go at 27 cents at
The People's Store.
Campbell & Dick.
Ask your plumber for Anderson Gas
Saving JBurncr.- ws
Dyspepsia's Victims are numbered by thou
sands. Do not continue In misery, but give
Hood's Sarsaparilla a trial. The many re
markable cures it has effected warrant us in
urging It upon your attention if you suffer
from indigestion, sick headache, biliousness or
ther stomach disorders. Be sure to get
for $1.00. COCOA.
r.E.Bg;bT,3MerojrSt.,S.Y. j H .-.
HORSES WITHOUT OWNERS.
The Queer Predicament In Which Norrli.
town Nags Are Placed.
NOKEiSTO'Wir, October 29. Anthony Rich
ardson, a Swede street grocer, and Daniel "ifa
gee. a DeKalb street tea merchant, recently
made a trade of a pair of horses. Subsequent
developments indicate that the transaction will
become famous in tbe horse annals of tbe
county. Richardson, after agreeing with Ma
gee as to the terms of the trade, took the tet
ter's pair ot horses away, and Magee was to
have Richardson's pair. .Richardson took his
newly acquired horses to his farm in the coun
try, and says he then discovered that they were
not as sound as he had been led to believe. He
then made overtures to return them to Magee.
but the latter refused to receive them, and de
manded the pair of steeds Richardson had
agreed to exchange.
This morning Magee found his own pair of
horses hitched in front of his store on De Kalb
street. Richardson says his attorney advised
nimtomtcn tnemwoere jugeB iuulu ureu.
Magee, however, wouldn't have it that way,
and unhitched the horses and took them over
on Swede street, where he attempted to hitch
them in front of Richardson's store. Richard
son objected and the horses were then turned
loose in the street . ..
After a while the borough police captured the
horses and impounded them. Richardson says
the horses are not his and Magee says they do
not belong to him. Borough Solicitor Jennings
is. therefore, in a quandary as to the sale.
Shall the horses be sold as the property of Tea
Dealer Magee or as the property of Grocer
Richardson, or as the property of Magee and
Silver-Plated Knives, Pearl,
Ivory or silver handle new designs, mod
erate prices. Spoon and forks also in nice
patterns, at E. P. Eoberts as sons', cor. jj mn
ave. and Market st. "wsu
Aro Yon Lucky
Enough to hold one of our club tickets? If
so, call at Elite Gallery, 616 Market street,
immediately and receive the benefit.
Ask your plumber for Anderson Gas
Saving Burner. ws
Hairpins, side combs, glove buttoners,
vinaigrettes, etc, etc., etc., at Henry Ter.
heyden's, 530 Smithfield st M5fP
Dolls Given Awnr
This week to all purchasers in our infants'
department Fleishman & Co.
Ask your plumber for Anderson Gas
Saving Burner. ws
Save your clothes by using "Walker's Fax
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
William M. Carey Allegheny
I Ellen M. Patterson btowe township
( John Mnehlcr PittsbnrK
Anna Middleton Plttobnrg
5 Will J. Staeradan Sberadan
(Roblna b. a. Duncan Sberadan
t James A. Mefturrln Pittsburg
t Lizzie Dugan Pittsburg
( Jas. A. faharp Penn township
AdaStrother Penn township
SJas. Greenfield meiteeipon
Lena Greensteio ileKeesport
(Thomas J. noirers .Pittsburg
Isabella J. McUIll Allegheny
(Cbarles E btewart Pittsburg
Julia Goodaw Pittsburg
$ Benjamin Bbarron MeKeesport
Arnetta bnee MeKeesport
( Bennett Andreas MeKeesport
Laczo Katalln MeKeesport
t Bernhard Lovelle Pittsburg-
Julia Frledllng Plttsonrg
(KlchardD. Robison Pittsburg
I Margaret Johnson Pittsburg
I Martin Eckenrod Greensburg
( Ella Gill Greensburg
J Matthew A. Kerr Plttsbnrg
X Lizzie Papp Pittsburg
Cbarles S. Uallctt MeKeesport
I Catherine Householder MeKeesport
f W illiam Carry Mifflin township
(Mary J- Brown Mifflin township
i William Hawthorne Pittsburg
Mary Jane Davidson Allegheny
f Cbarles Wise MeKeesport
X lora Welsen MeKeesport
I William H. lllce MeKeesport
) Gertrnde Welssen MeKeesport
( Emmett P. Cash Homestead
X Annie Bjan Homestead
JPatrict Longhey Pittsburg
1 Mary Manning ....Pittsburg
( Frank XlcUe rmsDnrg
X Minnie Gutendorf. l.flttsburg
SCOTT MYERS Tuesday evening, October
9, 1SS9, at First German Lutheran Church,
Pittsburg, Pa,, John Ahdbewb Scott and
Ada Sophia Myers, by the Rev. A.F. Ahner.
RISSER On Tuesday, October 29. 1889, at
620 A. M.. Wit.t.tam Rissee, in the 37th year
of bis age.
Funeral services at his late residence. Ml
Pearl street, Bloomfleld, oqThursdat after
noon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend.
DELL On Tuesday. October 29, at 12.30 A. M.,
Jacob Dell, aged fit years 11 months 21 days.
Funeral from his late residence in O'Rara
township, near Sharpsburg, on Thursday, Oc
tober 31, at 8 30 A at. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend. 2
FIX On Tuesday, October 29, I8S9, at 3.45
A. M., William fix, Sr., in the 55th year of
Fnneral from his late residence, Butler plank
ro-.d, on Thursday at 2 r. m. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
FAULKNER At New Orleans, October 23,
1889, from Bright' disease, William D.
Fauxknbb, of Allegheny, aged 64 years.
HERRON Tuesday morning, at his resi
dence, 163 Robinson street, Allegheny, Dr.
William 1L Hebron, in the 67th year of his
Funeral services TnrjnSDAY afteenoon at
2 o'clock. Interment private. 2
LOOS On Tuesday. October 29. 18S9, at 4.30
o'clock A, m Carl William, son of Emll
and Mary Loos, aged 4 years 3 months 19 days.
Funeral services will be held at the parents'
residence, 81 Sixth avenue, Thursday, Octo
ber 31, at 2 r. m. Interment private at a later
MEYER On Tuesday, October 29, 1889, at 11
p. M., uusiavi ADOL.ni, sou oi Amelia u
and the late John p. Meyer, at the age of 5
rears l month 2i days, at tne tamuy residence,
!41&jy right's alley. Southside.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
8COTT On Monday, October 28, 1889, at
12-15 a. K..MK3. Rose Scojt, in the 66th year
of her age.
Funeral from her late residence, 24 Mercer
street, on WEDSESDAY.October SO, at 2 o'clock
r. M. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend. 2
SCHM1TT On Tuesday, at 2 P. K., October
29, 1889, George J. Schmitt, aged 64 years, 8
months and 14 days.
Funeral from his late residence, No. 3 Reed
street, on Friday afternoon, at 2 o'clock.
Friends of the tamily are respectfully Invited
to attend. 3
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Llm.,)
UNDERTAKER AND RMiHT.mm,
Office and residence, 1134 Penn aveaue. Tele
phone connection. mylO-69-icwrsu
JAMES M. FTJLLERTOH,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Btreet.
For Most Exquisite Flowers,
GRAND DECORATIVE PLANTS, TREES
BULBS. ETC, GO TO
JOHN R. &A. MURDOCH,
508 Smithfield Street
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND SMILAX
JL. M. d J. B. MURDOCH,
r A SMITHFIELD ST.
uU Telepbono 429. de5-f4MWF
T EPRESENTED JN PITTSBURG IN 18a
ASSESS . 1917L69683.
Insurance Co. of North America,
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. 1a20-s2-o
HE AMERICAN FIRE
Total Assets, January L 1887 S,301,868 66
EDWAKDS BKJEiyNEYj Ag'ts,
"We have now in stock the largest assort
ment of SOLID SILVER AETICLES and
line MANTEL and CABINET ORNA
MENTS that we have ever had. If you
are looking for a WEDDING PRESENT
we know we will have something to suit
you at our NEW STOKE,
37 FIFTH AVENUE.
Bf STILL LEADS
Portiere Bed at $12 00.
is giving all
ingbeds,and when hand
somely draped, is a richer piece
of furniture than most heavy
wood front beds.
P. C. Schpeneck,
Complete stock of Furniture and
Upholstery now ready for inspec
SEAL : SKIN
Perfect fitting, finest Seal Jackets, London
dye, 23, 25, 27 and 31-inch lengths, in the jaun
tiest, cosiest cuts.
Hisses sizes, dlrectolre styles, for all ages.
Wool Underwear .
that pleases all who desire to get furnished
with the best quality at a moderate price.
T, M, LATIMER,
138 Federal and 46 South Diamond
Streets, Allegheny, Pa,
Ladies' Silk Vests, L. N.N. B., cream, sky
and pink, at 75c
Ladies' Silk Vests.Ii. N. N. 8., in cream,
sky and pink. This is the best quality we
have ever shown at the price, SI, all sizes.
Ladies' Silk Vests, in better grade, in
cream and colors, $1 SO for size 2 and 3, and
$1 76 for 4 and 5.
Still better grade in colors for $2,all sizes.
Ladies' Silk Vests, L. N. N. S.,in white,
82 to 82 60, and the very finest China Silk,
in whites and colors, $3 25 to $3 75 accord
ing to size.
Ladies' H. 2T. E. A. Silk Vests, in ecru,
82 for all sizes, same as sold last spring for
52 60. Better quality in pure white at 8J 60.
Ladies' H. N. L. S Silk Vests from 81 60
to $5. each in various Qualities and weights.
Ladies' Silk Combination Suits, Jenness.
Miller styles, fine quality, extra value at
87 50, suit almost as cheap as wool.
Ladies' Silk and Wool Vests, in low neck
and no sleeves, high neck and ribbed arm,
and high neck and long sleeves.
Ladies' English Noria Silk Vest and
Drawers in three, six and nine thread
weights, nrices the lowest.
Silk Shirts for infants in loir seek, H. N.
E. A. and high N. L. sleeves.'
In onr Glove Department we are showing
a ladies' 4-bntton P. K. Kid tiloves. New
fresh goods, desirable shades. Spear point
embroidery, only 81 25 per pair.
Also a ladies' 4-button Suede Kid, nar
row embroidery, browns, slates and tans.
An extra nice qnality at 81 per pair.
Also a full line of Suede and Glace Kid
Gloves, in light, mediant and dark shades
and in all qualities.
HUhNE & WARD,
BROOM CORN. ,
Broom Manufacturers Supplies
ROBERT DICKEY &0&
77 WATER Br. AND 88 FIRRT AVR1
$20, .; 125, : $18,
It was a good
one, three such
of furniture as
'in tno piece
this out. The
both oost and space.
Let us count up the advantage of
this artistic combination of Parlor
I Cabinet, Writing Desk and Book
THE BOOKOASR The four
shelves will carry fifty to sixty
volumes, all instantly accessible
when writing. The added weight
of books will give both real and
apparent solidity to the whole.
The glass door keeps out dust
WORTH ALONE 820.
THE W KITING DESEL The face
of the drop lid is elegantly carved
in heavy relief. Below are three
commodious drawers. The interior
arrangement of small drawer and
six partitioned spaces is just a
good size for home needs or for a
professional man's daily use.
WORTH ALONE 825.
THE CABINET top of graceful
design and carving has three gen
erous spaces for Rookwood Vases,
and ia backed by a ciroular beveled
WORTH ALONE 818.
The wood is oak in antique finish.
Bookcase, Desk and Drawers all
have, look and' key. The handles
and trimmings are of antique brass.
We cap the climax of advantage
by the price, 825, which you would
have guessed for any one of the
It is a type of. the good values
offered all through our
33 FIFTH AVENUE 33
BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
406 and 408 Wood Street.
CROWDED TO THE DOORS.
It is tbe excitement on tne street. Thousands
are flocking to tbis store and securing
tbe great bargains.
READ OUR PRICES.
SO doz. child's sllrerene table trays, only 10c
200 doz. bandied tea caps and saucers (Sin
set), only 85c.
600 doz. wbite granite dinner plate, only 5c
20 doz. decoroted china fruit saucers.only 5c
100 doz. individual steak plates, only 6c.
80 doz. Individual side dishes, only 6c
21 doz. decorated bone dishes, only 10c
50 sets (10 pieces) decorated toilet sets, only
12-piece decorated toilet set, with jar, only
108 piece decorated dinner set, worth 512, only
120 piece decorated dinner set, worth 118, only
66 piece decorated tea set, worth H only
Plain glass tumbler?, only 2c
Majolica sngar bowls, only 25c.
Banded goblets, only 6c
Glass covered butter dish, only 6c
25 doz. false faces, 6c to 50c
60 dnz. assorted games, 5c to 23c
Children's cane seat chairs, in red or bine,
Ladles' carpet seat rocking chairs, only Jl.
60 doz. silk plush albums, only 69c
Toilet-set, in plush, box. comb, brush and
Odor sets, with perfumery, 10c, 25c 60c
Elegant pictures, in oak frames, only SI 25.
Magic lanterns, 25c, SSc, 60c
Thousands of dolls, from 6c to 5.
Hundreds of styles of vases, from 6o to JZ
Girls' toy decorated tea sets, 10c, 19c, SSc,
Boys' brass drnms. 18c, 25c SSc, 60c, JL
Real hair horse teams, only 75c
New waste baskets, 25c to l 60.
Sheffield silver-plated knives, only 10c
Everything yon want in toys, games, etc
Full line housekeeping goods.
Great bargains on our 6c andlOc counters.
H. G. HAYDEN & CO.
HAVE RECEIVED THE
Offer the following
FOR THIS WEEK
KID AND FABRIC GLOVES.
Ladies' 4-bntton Kid Gloves, in black,
brown, tan and slate, at 75a pair.
Ladies' 4-bntton Kid Gloves, in brown, tan
and slate, at 99c pair.
Ladies' 5-hook Kid Gloves, in black, brown,
tan and slate, at 99c pair.
Ladies' 8-button Honsqnetaire, la all the
new shades of tan, at 79c pair.
Ladies' 8-button -Monsquetaire Driving
Gloves at 81 99 pair.
Ladies' 4-bntton Real Kid Hand-sewed
Gloves, in all shades, at 81 49 pair.
Ladies' Cashmere Gloves, in black and
colored, at 23c pair.
Children's Cashmere Gloves at 25o per pair.
DRESS AND CLOAK TRIMMINGS.
New Braid Sashes, 3 yards long, from"?! 99
to 54 sueacn.
Persian Appliques, in all colors, from 81
to 82 25 per yard.
Persian Embroidery, in all colors, from 49c
to $4 49 per yard.
Silk Galloon, in all colors, from 24c to 81 60
Ornament Gimps, Silk and Mohair, from
69e to 83 74 per yard.
Silk Ornaments, with Pendants, from 39o
to 89o each.
Headed Ornaments, withPendants, from 19c
to 81 89 each.
Beaded Ornament Gimps from 74c to 83 74
Beaded Galloon from 49c to fl 24 per yard.
Girdles, in all colors, from 49c to SI 49 each.
Black and Colored Silk Pringe from 25c to
84 49 per yard.
New IMnee Apron Fronts for Dresses,
82 60 to 88 60.
Prince Panels, 81 99 and 82 99.
Braid Panels from 24o to 83 40.
Braid Sets irom 24c to $4 24.
Beaded Sets from 69o to S3 49.
Ladies' and Misses' Woolen Hose.
Ladies' All-wool Hose, black, 25c.
Ladies' All-wool Black, ribbed. 39c.
Ladies' Pine Cashmere Hose, black, 60c.
.Ladies' Extra Pine Cashmere Hose, 69c.
Ladies' Black Cashmere Hose in extra
Ladies' Black Cashmere Hose in Opera
Children's Black "Wool Hose, seamless, 19e.
Children's Black "Wool Hose, ribbed or
Misses' Black French Bibbed Hose, all
Children's Black Wool Hose, donble knees.
Misses' Pine Cashmere Hose, 60c
Boys' Bibbed Wool Hose in all grades.
Sixth St and Penn Ave.
Art Embroidery and Materials
FOR FANCY WORK.
Now is the time to getjrour fancy work presents
OHB I S TZML&.S-
We have a FULL LINE of
German Knitting Yarns.
Germantown Wools, in alLcolors.
Zephyrs, In all shades and grades.
Saxony Yarns, a beautiful variety.
Heminwars buks ror juutung, embroidery,
laming and Crotchetlng.
Heminway's Spool Silk and Twist
Darning and Crotchetlng.
itope and .Etching silks, in all
colors and shades,
Stamped Goods and Goods stamped to order.
Nice line of Pincushions, all sizes, covered
Beautiful Hand-Painted Centers for Pin
cusions. Fire and Panel Screens, filled and unfilled.
Fleishman & Co.,
N. B. Dolls given away this
week to every purchaser in our In
FUR SHOULDER OAPE3
In Seal, genuine Sable, Astracban. Persian
Lamb, Lynx and all kinds of for. We would
call attention to our genuine ASTRACHAN
CAPE at S12 and real SABLE CAPE at S83.
Onr stock of Seal Jackets, Sacques. Muffs,
etc., is also very large and complete. Our prices
are the LOWEST for BEST QUALITIES,
441 WOOD STREET.
N. B. We are now showing onr latest Im
portations of liADIES ENGLISH WALK:
1NG HATS, in all the new shades to match
uThii1. season's .owes ,of
-fa 4ru aoaIwk4 V,h, ri.tssK?-m.J
w a rfriTiffT
' ni I y twi tmi
B. & B.
Wx-o-rosDAT, October 38.
FLANNELS and BLANKETS.
10-4 all-wool Scarlet Blankets at
10-4 all-wool White Blankets at
Extra large size all-wool White
Country Blankets at $3 50 per pair.
Superb qualities Country Blan
kets, white and scarlet, $4, $4 50,
$5 and up to $8 each, extra size and
California Blankets, $10 to 25 a
New and elegant Eider Down
Quilts, $5 to 35 each. The bar
gains and choice new coverings in
these from $$ to $12 are Trorth
B.0GGS & BUHL,
115,117,119.121 Federal st, Allegheny.
P. S. Space prevents quoting
prices on Flannels in detail, but
this large Flannel department offers
now unusual bargains and best
Practically Taught at
49 FIFTH ATE.
PHOTOGRAPHER, IS RIXTH. STREET.
A. fine, large crayon portrait (B fij; see them
before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets, S2 and
12 60 per dozenT PROMPT DEUVERXT
We have just received and
beautiful China Dinner Seta,
China, odd pieces, to which we
f 'ix J L jyv
R. P. WALLACE & OOa
211 "Wood stL
OPPOSITE ST. CHAREFa
THE LARGEST STOCK
515 andv5i7 Wood street.
At tne preseni day is backed by the eonfideoce
tained that confidence by honorable dealing,
we are Yery 10th to part with tbe same. To
say little. But it is to yon. reader, wbo as yet
wants supplied from onr large, varied and elegant assortment of 'aoasefco
address these few lines. "We are prepared to
goes to the proper furnishing of yonr bosies. If it k
A : PARLOR : SUIT
Ton want, we bare plenty (oar own make),
Pieces in Parlor Goods ia very large assortmeat. It it skeaW hape tfcat jwwjjjf
are in tbe line of BEDEOOM BUTTS, they
sortment. Landscape, Cheval an ilTJpright
any wood or any price aesirea irom 912 w fota fiesta yes wmb we mot
of a suit? And now at tbis time of the year, parUeslarly, may of ye Bt4 '
Well, ws have an uneqnaled stock this fall, aad
Oar line embraces all the well known makes
TAPESTRY BBTJSSELS, All-wool, Cotton
Hemps, Jutes, and Mattings of all kinds, besides er Cwtsias, 3fow wbf wiatH 3
Lace Curtains in tneit house when they are aware of tbe last that we ea fire tM
for 90c a pair, or 3M0 a pair? We also bare a large liae of W iadew, SNm4m m4
Curtains at yery low prices. In. Bedding
Uiankets, Pillows, Bolsters, etc.
' NOW FOR YOUR KITCHEN!
Ah, bere we rarely take tbe lead. After saviBg
and Ranees there' is little seed of saving store
HAVE EVERYTHING Uiat goes to mate
know every housewife tries to do that
N0WWH0 ARE WE?
HOPPER BROS. & Cft
THE ONLY COMPLETE
i ? 1
Vb Trf-- f- . &a.
i . ritJ ftJXAV
FOR THIS WEEK.
Big Bargains in Ofifoijfy
ONLY, 90 CENTS
For Strictly AIMToel Ifederwear, regvferj
make and in either aasKtal oeler or miid
cated sear let, seM dally eferyw fceteafr K MtJ
our price only 90 cents, wnnember. t
are both comfortable to wets' a4 ate Mt Mm
scratcay ateff usually toM at tius prfta.
"We are poshing matter in oeBATBSl
PAETMENT. Black Stiff Hats eosapfog
assortment and nobby sfaipe, g4 eeierj
and pare stock, at ?1 38. fl 09, ft Wltl
IS 26, 2 80, 2 75 and 8. Bey aa4 abM-1
dren's "Hats in tbe newest styles, mM
STRASSBURBER & MM
Tflflnrc fMMirTC nt Mm!
161, 163 Federal St, AfegpvJ
X GLESENKAaCP A SOK,l
Builders of FINE CABMAeSB.
Onr assortment includes tight aa hewryj
Ui CIW IMNWM. f"!M
See Display at Expositor
Salesrooms. 318 and 389 Pe
No connection. with any otter I
o - ooids.
have now ready for
Fish Sets and a fall Jteof
invite the attention oCtbe
406 and 408 Market st
c-f tbe geaewl bsyiag pHJe,
lair treatment, Jew prieee &4sm4
t&ote wbo are eostomew m IttliMn
never bad tbe sImmn f 1
farnkh ye asytfeiag m4, i
cheap, asediaaa or bigfc 1
caa easily be sarfaflri
Glasses lagreaeb asdOafmbwMHI
yoa seed osly take a leak ia b
la WLLTOSS, YSLYXX8, Ml
Cfcaia aad CeUe IXeBABTf,':
we bera everytfciag MaWrsein,
teal we eerry tite beet
than a few werde, aad tber aw
yoorkiteaea fee fiaett is tfce !&-
WELL, WE ABE
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