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THE55' PITTSBTJRG -DISPATCH;
BUPID AND HIS COST.
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iifgBL Prince Tbat Came fretly High for
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.. an American ramer-m-iiaw.
$2,000,000 PAID FOR A TITLE.
A Pretty Music Hall Singer Who Had Three
Husbands at One Time.
,$7,500 GITEX UP FOE AN OLD LOTE.
Dion Boudciult's Late Wife Gets $150 a Week
Alimony From Hun.
Cupid's pranks in .Europe are attracting
considerable attention. The price of Prince
E&tzteldt to C. P. Huntington was not less
than $2,000,000. Miss Caldwell gave up her
Prince because of his high price. Other
lore affairs and matters in the English di
vorce courts keep up the interest.
IBT C1TU.T. TO TEX DISPATCH. 3
liOKDON, ITovember 2. Copyright.
Prince Francis Hatifeldt came rather high.
Before the wedding with Clara Huntington
C. P. Huntington deposited with his pros
pective son-in-law's trustees 1,750,000 in
bonds of the United States and other gilt
edge securities, which he guaranteed to b
first class. According to the articles of
agreement entered into between Huntington
and Hatzfeldt, the income from this source
is to be divided between the Prince and his
wile, each to receive his and her share inde
pendently of the other, and the income is to
be paid to each, just the same in case of
divorce or separation. Huntington also
agreed to pay at the London and Westmin
ster Bank the day before the weddin;: 20,
000 to persons designated by the Prince, and
30,000 more within six weeks, also to per
sons designated by the Prince, who are, of
course, his creditors.
TOTAL COST OF THE PBTNCE.
The Prince, on his part, agrees to make
over to his trustees all his property and es
tates that are not entailed, and in case of
death of either husband or wife, the income
from 1,750,000 is to go to the children, if
any, who may be the issne of the marriage.
As the Prince did not have any unentailed
property, the total cost of Miss Hunting
ton's titled husband comes to 52,000,000.
A similar match between Miss Caldwell,
of Baltimore, and Prince Murat that was
broken off in Paris last week, will probably
not be mended, as the lady is said to con
sider the price entirely too high for the
quality of the article.
SOME COUBT ITEMS.
Earl Poulette. presumptive father of the
organ-grinding Viscount Hinton, is about
to make one more effort to prove the pre
sumption is wrong. This time his attempt
will take the form of an action against the
printers of "Burke's Peerage," in which
Hinton is recognized and described as vis
munt and heir to the peerace, and some in
dications given of his qneer career, includ
ing the professional period, when he was a
clown in a circus. The action is to restrain
the publication of this statement, and the
noble Earl hopes it will raise the entire
question of Hinton's legitimacy. It is
brought nominally in the name of the Earl's
5-year-old son by his third wife.
Another interesting case will come before
the courts again this term. Miss Wiede
mann, the German governess, sues the Hon.
Robert Walpole, heir to the Earldom of
Oxford, for breach ot promise and betrayal.
The story had already been told in court,
and the admitted facts were most discred
itable to Walpole. The unhappy girl re
fused to answer certain questions which she
deemed insulting, became hysterical, defied
tne court, ana was non-suited. It trans
pired afterward that her refusal was owing
to.imperfect knowledge ot British law and
customs. Her wronRS excited the sympathy
of the public and the newspapers. Money
was subscribed, and ultimately she ob
tained an order for a new trial.
HAD THREE HUSBANDS.
Minnie Palmerston, the pretty music hall
singer and variety actress, has been a most
prominent figure in the Divorce Court this
week. Ten years ago Minnie married, and
since then she has had two other husbands.
Each was ignorant of the existence of
the other two, and Minnie managed
to keep the three happy and contented
until early this year, when love's young
dream was rudely disturbed by the discov
ery by No. 2 of the existence or'Xo. 3. Ex
planations followed, and two decrees nisi
were granted to-day. Lawyer Bardesley,
the first and only Jecal husband, having
given eviaence 10 prove ine Digamies, was
solemnly informed by the Judge that Minnie
belonged entirely to "him, and he promptly
showed his appreciation of her value by
filing his own petition for a divorce.
PAID FOB HIS BREAK.
The English copyrights of
already been attached and
the aged sinner,
his plays have
MADE THEM QUITE MAD.
Haitian Polltlclnon Irritated by Prince
Ferdinand's Success in Genius Loan
In Vienna The Dreamers Have
n Undo Awakening.
I BY CABX.X TO THX DISPATCH.
IiONDON, November 2. The success of
Prince Ferdinand in obtaining a loan in
Vienna has greatly irritated the Bussian
politicians, as St. Petersburg had made upits
mind beforehand that it would be impossible
for himtoobtainthemoney,and that without
it he could never again return to Sofia. This
would"have been Bussia's opportunity for
further intrigue, and the Czar might have
been invited to come in and settle
the affairs of the distracted little
country. That was the hone at St.
Petersburg, bnt now these dreamers have
had a rude awakening, and the official
journals on the Neva are sneering at the
Vienna financiers, and ironically express
the wish that the security may justify the
loan, and that the principal and interest are
both safe. The under-current of bitterness
in these comments may well cause those
who have parted with their money to ieel
A cood motto is related, apropos of Ferdi
nand's visit to Paris, where he called upon
his uncle, the Duo de Montpensier. The
Prince has chanced a great deal since he
first went to Bulgaria, and his uncle was
compelled to ask the visitor's name. "Ah!"
he said, "when his nephew made himself
known, "I am like the great powers, I did
not recognize yon."
Ferdinand left verv suddenly for" Sofia
from Vienna, last night, the time of his de
parture being kept secret, in order that he
might pass through Servia unnoticed.
CLAIMS FOR SUPPORT.
W by Henrr K. Bayer Should Get the Tern
To the Editor of The Dispatch. 1
The question has been asked why temper
ance men should vote for Henry Ji- xsoyerr
There are many reasons. The best temper
perance ligislation Pennsylvania has ever
had lies in the Broofcs law. Who advo
cated and championed that law? Henry K.
Boyer. Who spoke and voted for it? The
same man. More than this, when prohibi
tion was made an issue before the people, he
was outspoken for the submission of the
movement that the temperance men held
His record will show that, with rare con
sistency, be has done all that was in his
power to harrass, annoy and restrict the
liquor traffic. He is running as the chief
candidate on a platform that declares for
placing the wholesale dealer on an equal
footing with the retail dealer, and that will
make it as difficult to eet the right to sell a
gallon of whisky as it is to sell a glass. His
defeat means another set-back for temper
ance and a renewal of the old flood oi saloons
that once disgraced our State. Temperance
men will vote for Boyer.
A Friend of the Cause.
IT STILL LEADS
Portiere Bed at $12 00.
is giving all
ing beds, and
somely draped, is a richer piece
of furniture than most heavy
wood front beds.
WILL BEAR ITS FKUIT.
Great Dissatisfaction Canned by the Remit
of the Gtreedore Trials.
tBT UBLI TO THX DISPATCH.
IiOsvox, November 2. The extraordi
nary collapse of the defense of the Gwee
dore prisoners has caused universal dissatis
faction in Ireland, and T. M. Healy and
other counsel are loudly called upon to ex
plain their conduct in advising their clients
to plead guilty. There is grave reason to
believe that some of the poor illiterate peas
ants had not the remotest idea of what their
counsel were about to do, and that pleas of
guHty were entered against men who, on
realizing too late what had occurred; repu
diated toe entire arrangement, and uassion
ately protested their innocence with tears.
It cannot be denied that the Crown had a
strong case against several of the prisoners,
and it is understood that counsel for the de
fense were actuated by the Attorney Gen
eral's promises and th'e Judge's hints, both
falsified by events, that the sentences would
be almost nominal upon those. But the
Irish people demand, and will insist upon
receiving a complete explanation from those
responsible, even although one of them be a
respected leader like Timothy Healy.
How Price! Have Chanced.
When we opened in Allegheny, less than
three vears since, asilk warp Henrietta at less
than $1 25 was considered a bargain. Now
you can buy one for 69c, but only at Thorn
ton Bros., 128 Federal st. This is only one
item among hundreds of which we have
forced competitors down to a legitimate
profit on. The crowded condition of our
store at all times shows how well the people
appreciate our system of cutting any and
everypricemadeelsewhere. On Mondayand
during the week at 98c we offer SO pieces
46-inch best Henrietta that will match any
SI 50 quality in either city. Bring samples
Cossets, gloves, hosiery and muslin un
derwear. All the best makes at almost half
price. F. Schoenthaii,
612 Penn avenue.
What is the best thirst quencher?
F. & V.'s Pilsner beer. All dealers.
CAEEOLL'S AFRICAN TEIP.
He Expect! to Cat Quite a Figure With Hli
IBT CABLE TO THX D1SFATCILI
London, November 2. Henry Aster
Carey, of New York, who came to Europe
with Boyal Phelps Carroll, for the purpose
oi accompanying him on his hunting trip to
Africa, has given ud the project, and will
return home. Carroll goes on by himselt,
however. He will take a small army with
him from Zanzibar, having contracted for
200 natives, who will be armed with Snyder
rifles that have been already shipped from
Birmingham. Carroll's personal armament
consists of five Winchester repeating rifles.
one 12-bore Holland, one 45-caliber doable
barreled Eigy, one 50-caliber double-barreled
Grant, and half a dozen navy revol
vers. Carroll leaves Naples for Zanzibar on the
14th, and expects to Teach that place about
December 1, and meet Mr. Chandler there.
The two will then take Sir John Wil-
loughby's route to Mombasa, and through
Masai, where elephants, rhinoceros and
buffalo abound. Carroll expects to return
in the spring.
DISOWXS MS OWN BON.
Marriage License Granted Yesterday.
( Homer Cllne -...Allegheny
( Miry Niemann Allegheny
J Cbarle Loeffler Allegheny
J John Mulltn Pittsburg;
I Anns Dvln Pittsburg
( Steven Doyle. McKeesport
( Kte M. .Marshall McKeesport
( Morris Ambras Pittsburg
I Toblg Pauline Levy Pittsburg
f JohnGlrman .....Brsddock
( Elizabeth sabol Braddock
J Joseph West McKeesport
(Mary Croft McKeesport
JOctavlus Hansen Pittsburg
(Josephine Schmidt , Allegheny
J Joseph Fuhy ....Allegheny
( Lizzie Schappy Allegheny
( David Schlvemmer. Pittsburg
I Lizzie Blntlemann WllHnsburg
( Alexander Lawson Pittsburg
Kllza Back Plttsbnrg
j Matthew Loeblg Allegheny
i KmmaM. Bauer. Allegheny
(John Lindner Shaler township
(MaryE. Wolf. bhaler township
( Christ Streiner. Allegheny
I harsh A. flnntxlnger Allegheny
J John i. Hamilton, Jr. McKeesport
Jennie B. Mead McKeesport
I Jacob Stenszny Allegheny
Maria bysozgyes Allegheny
f WiUardS. Boblnson Kankln
I Louretta J. Jones Braddock
(Frederick Emmel Pittsburg
Doradea hlaney Pittsburg
P. C. Schoeneck,
' 711IJBERTY ST.
Suits for Children,
Suits for Boys,
Suits for Men.
Complete stock of Furniture and
Upholstery now ready for- inspec
Captain Henry Arthur Mornington, of the
Duke of Edinburgh's regiment, who is
Viscount Dangan, and son of Earl Cowley,
has just paid 57,500 to Phyllis Broughton,
whois playing a minor part in "Paul Jones"
at the Prince of Wales' Theater, as the result
of youthiul susceptibility. "When the
Viscount was a stripling, under age, he iell
in love with sprigh"tly Phyllis, and wooed
her ardently for a year. She finally accept
ed him, after refusing him several times, and
then he fell in love with another girl and
, married her. The promptings of Phyllis'
breaking heart were 10,000 damages, and
she promptly sued the youth for that amount.
The case was compromised this eek by
the payment of $7,500, but the actress stipu
lated tnat Dangan should publiclv declare
that the breaking off of the engagement was
not due to any improper conduct on her
part. Accordingly, Sir Charles Eussell,
who appeared for the young nobleman, said
in court when the decision was announced:
NOT THE GIEL'S FAULT.
"Ird Dangan admits that he made the
engagement to marry Miss Broughton. He
admits he broke that engagement,, bnt he
desires it should be explicitly statsd thai
in the circumstances which resulted in the
engagement being broken off, there was no
reflection of any kind upon the character
and conduct of Miss Phyllis Broughton."
The reason that Phyllis insisted upon this
declaration was that Dangan's character is
so high that otherwike the breaking off of
the engagement would have been attributed
to her baying yielded to dishonorable pro
posals on bis part. The result of Mi
Broughton's suit is such that she has already
had an offer to play in a "Paul Jones' com
pany in America.
Agnes Huntington, the American girl
who created the part of Paul Jonet
and has made the operetta one
of the greatest successes of the Lon-
ddon stage, is soon to retire from the east
fto play another role. Her part at the Prince
of Wales' Theater will be taken by Lucille
Sannders, another American girl, from
Hartford. This will be Miss Saunders' first
appearance in light opera, though she is
well known in London, having sung a great
deal at drawing room entertainments and in
oratorios, and being the bright particular
star of the concert season that has just closed
at Her Majesty's. Miss Saunders is very
young, she baa a magnificent contralto
voice, and musicians predict for her a bril
Bradley Martin Indignant Over the Notoriety
He His Been Given.
TBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH. 1
LoiTDOX, November 2. Bradley Martin
continues to advertise in the London news
papers that he will not be responsible for
debts contracted by his son, Sherman, who
has recently married outside the bounds of
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Martin are living
at the Savoy Hotel. A firm of lawyers has
taken up their case, and are threatening to
sue American newspapers for libel in pub
lishing the social status of Mrs. Martin.
Can't Cot It Short Now.
IBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH. 1
London, November 2. Owing to the
vast amount of ground covered by Mr.
Davitt in his great speech before the com
mission, Mr. Henry James states that his
reply will be longer than he had intended,
but he hopes to get through in half a dozen
sittings of the court.
Don't get scared. We don't mean bine
Monday in the actual sense of the word.
What we want to impress on the public's
mind is that Monday (to-morrowV we will
devote to a great sale oi fine blue goods,
including overcoats and suits, snch as bine
chinchillas, blue kersevs, bine beavers, blue
cheviots, etc, not the blue that will fade,
but genuine fast colors which will stand the
most severe test. Now, then, to-morrow we
dub Blue Monday, and it means that yon
can have your pick and choice of our finest
overcoats of the above goods at the bargain
price of 512. 512.
P. C. C. C., cor. Grant and Diamond sts.,
opp. the new Court House.
H0BE W0 FOE BuUCL
fill Late Wife Grunted Alimony et 9130
From tbe Writer-Player.
PIT CABLE TO THE DI8FATCH.J
Lokdok, November 2. There is more
trouble ahead for Dion Boucicault The
registrar in Mrs. Boucicault's divorce suit
has fixed tbe amount of her husband's in
come as actor and playwright at between
540,000 and 545,000 per year, and has
awarded her 5150 per month.
.How this will affect Boucicault in Amer
jica remains to be seen. hut Mr. Bonninnll'.
lawyer promises to make things warm for
Is a complaint which affects nearly everybody,
more or less. It originates in a cold, or succes
sion of colds, combined with impure blood.
Disagreeable now from the nose, tickling in the
throat, o&ensivo breath, pain over and between
the eyes, ringing and bursting noises in the
ears, are the more common symptoms. Catarrh
is enred by Hood's Sarsaparllia, which strikes
directly at its canse by removing all impurities
from tbe blood, building rip the diseased tissues
and giving healthy tone to the whole system.
"For several years I have been troubled with
that terribly disagreeable disease, catarrh. I
took Hood's Sarsaparllia with the very best re
sults. It cured me of that continual dropping
in my throat, and stnffed-np feeling. It has
also helped my mother, who has taken it for
run down state of health and kidney trouble. I
recommend Hood's Sarsaparllia to all as a good
medicine." Mbs. S. D. Heath, Putnam, Conn
Sold by all druggists. II; six for t5. Prepared
only by C L HOOD fc CO., Lowell, Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar
DR. I. S. WAUGAMAN,
311 Smithfleld street.
Gold fillings. Jl 03 and en
White alloy fillings 1 00
Silver fillings 75
Amalgam fillings...., 60
Extracting teeth. 25
Administering gas 50
Fine gold filling and gold crown work a spe
cialty. TEETH, BEST SETJIO.
Work guaranteed eg.ua! to any in the city.
CONNER HOPPER On Tuesday, October
29, at Patcrson, N, J., by the Kev. Charles D.
Shaw, Alonzo L. Conner, of Allegheny City,
and Mamie O. Hopper, of Paterson, N.J.
HARTLEY McKEE Thursday evening,
October 31, by Rev, J. H. Sutherland, Thohas
H. Hartley and Alice AIcKek. 2
PERRY WABD-October 80, at the resi
dence of the groor. 1 parents, Webster avenue,
Pittsburg, by the Rev. J. W. Hanha, Mr. Jo
seph McK. Perry and Miss Julxa P.
SEMPLE-tBERNHARDT On Thursday
evening, October 31, 1SE9, at the residence of
Edward Eicbenlaub, Pine Creek, Pa., by tbe
Rev. Karns, Mr. Harry G. Sekplk, of Pitts
burg, to AiritiE H. Bernhardt, of Pine
DOBSON On Saturday, Novembers, 1889, at
5.30 P. x., at his residence, 42 Eighteenth street,
city. George Dobson. father-in-law of Henry
Notice of funeral hereafter.
Iowa and Missouri papers please copy.
DINGER On Friday, November L 1S89, at
9:50 P. M., of diphtheria Jessie A, second,
daughter of H.F. and M. a Dinger, aged 9
Funeral services To-day at 2 p.m., at the
family residence. 517 Larimer avenue, E. E.
HORN On Saturday, at 4 a. v., Carrie
Scflrx Harrison, youngest daughter of Mag
gie J. and Wallace W.Horn aged U months
Safe in the arms of Jesus.
Funeral services from parents' residence,
Biddle avenue, Wllkinsburg, To-day at 2 p. m.
Friends of tbe family are respectfully invited
KERNAN-On Friday, November L 1SS9, at
2p.il, James Kernan, in his 57th year.
Funeral from his late residence, Stanton ave
nue. Eighteenth ward, on Monday morning,
at 8.30 o'clock. Friends of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend. 3
KEARNS On Thursday morning. October
31, 1889. at 4.10 o'clock, Charlotte a.
Kearns, at the residence of her sister, Mrs.
M. J. O'Neill, corner of Stanton and Hiland
Funeral Monday morning, November 4, at
8.30 o'clock. Services at Sacred Heart Church,
Center avenue, at 9 A. M. Friends of the fam
ily are respectfully invited to attend.
LIVINGSTON At Boieman. Mont.. Thurs
day. October 3U 18S9. Julia H. Brooks, widow
of the late William & Livingston, of Bewick
ley. Pa., in ber 67th year.
Funeral services in the chapel of First Pres
byterian Church, Pittsburg, November i, at
1:30 o'clock p. m. Interment private at later
MEANS-On Friday morning at 4:10 o'clock,
Sarah, daughter ol John and Catherine Means,
aged 25 years.
Funeral takes place from ber parents' resi
dence, Wyoming street, lit. Washington, Thirty-second
ward, on Sunday afternoon, No
vember 3, at 2 o'clock. Friends st the family
are respectfully invited to attend.
BCHANO On Saturday, November 2, 1889
at 8 p. x., Caroltne, wife of Charles Schano
in the 28th year of her age.
Funeral from her late residence, 40 Palo
Alto street, Allegheny, on Monday at 9 a. h.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. ..
TARPY On Saturday. November 2, 18S9 at
1:45 p. St. Thomas T. Tarpy, son of James
ana Briaget Tarpy, aged 31 years 10 months and
12 days. . .
Funeral from his late residence, 99 Rebecca
street, Allegheny, on Tuesday, at 8:30. High
mass at St. Andrew's Church at 9 o'clock.
Friends ot the family are respectfully invited
fYoungstown (Ohio) papers please copy. 3
(Snccessor to Meyer, Arnold Co., Llm.,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1134 Penn aveane. Tele
phone connection. mylO-69-Mwrsn.
Winter Boots in Pebbles,
either bright or somber
finish in uppers soles
flexible double or tap
fitting precise Every
width from AAA to E
Regular value, $i oo
above our price.
Market St., Entrance 430-436.
Braddock House, 916 Braddock Ave.
Eecent large purchases at very
favorable prioes enable us to offer
extraordinary inducements in
Suite of all styles and sizes.
One and two-piece Kilt Suits,
sizes from 2 to 6 years, prices now
82 50, 82 75, 83, 83 50, 83 75 and
84. This is the larsrest and nobbiest
line of Kilt Suits in the two cities,
and tasteful and economical
mothers will find no difficulty in
Boys' Short-Pant Suits, sizes
from 4 to 16 years, prices from 82
up. Special Sale of a lot of Brown
Plaid Suits; good for school wear,
and sold earlier at 83 25 NOW
ONLY 82 76. Albo an all-wool
double breasted Suit at 84 50; un
excelled for quality or wear.
In Men's Suits in plain any fancy
Cheviots, Oassimeres ana Wors
teds, in Sacks and Cutaways, we
are offering unapproachable values
at 88, 89, 810, 811 and 812. You
will readily note the superiority of
all our garments in fit and style of
Tailors, Bottlers and Batters,
161, 163 Federal St., Allegheny.
Dress Goods Sale
To-Morrow (Monday Morning)
Goods Worth 75c, 85c and $1 fpr 49c
We are selling a better and
finer grade of Ladies' Cloaks
and Wraps at less money than
any other house in the city,
for instance our
Seal Plush Jackets at 8 57 til 49.
Seal Plush Sacquea at S15 9S-S2Q 00.
Seal Plush Wraps at S3 G0-85 00.
Every one sold with a full guarantee to gire
perfect satisfaction. Our line of Cloth Gar
ments are worth your while to see, whether
you purchase or not.
. ' '
BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
406 and 408 Wood Street.
Tbe Merest Dargalns in the city of Pittsburg
are to be had here. Everyone that buys there
once comes again and sends his friends. Yon
get more than your money's worth each and
HEAD THE LIST.
500 decorated splash mats, only 5c
100 silrerene child's table tray, with spring;
600 Holland window curtains, with fixtures,
800 5-1 1. curtain poles, brass trimmings, only
100 tubular lanterns, only SSc
500 pitchers in bronze and silver, Jl to 52 50.
Elegant statues, imitation of Rogers', 50c to
Bronze statues, assorted styles, SI to $3.
Ladies' lined work baskets, 60c to $3.
SO different styles waste baskets, 25c to $2.
unimren's cnairs, zoc, auc, tu
Dolls' chain, bigh chairs, bedsteads and
cradles, 25c to SL
Willow doll carnages, 33c. 50c. SI. $2.
Children's toy tea sets, decorated, 10c, 19c, 38c,
Silk plash albums, only 59c
Odor sets, with perfumery, only 10c
Plash antograpb albums, only 10c
Beautiful dolls, from 6c to 510.
Vases of every description, from 5o to J3.
10-plece decorated toilet set, only Si 75.
, ,56-piece decorated tea set, only $2 89.
10piece decorated dinner set. only 3 GO.
Handled enps and saucers, only 5c-
Dinner plates, only 5c
Plain tumblers, only 2c
White fruit dishes, new styles, 10c, 15c 25c
Glass butter dishes, only 6c
Wash tubs, all sues, 10c to 75c
Wash bowls and pitchers, only 75c
60 doz. engraved decanters, only 10c.
And many other wonderful bargains that
can't be Itemized here. Great bargains opening
every day on our 5c and 10c counters.
H. G. HAYDEN& CO.
Women wear corsets for
different reasons. You, who
want to be shapely, and com
fortable, may go to your store
and say: "1 hear that Ball s
corset is offered for trial. I
The seller will answer:
"You can wear it a week or
two or three, and if you don't
like it bring ""it back and get
And he will give you a
primer on Corsets. You
might as well know what is
going on in the corset world.
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Our Untrimraed Millinery
Stock is celebrated, for the
newest of shapes, the richest
of colors, the best of quali
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Black Ostrich Tips.
Black Ostrich Flames.
Colored Ostrich Tips.
Colored Ostrich Flames.
Birds of Paradise.
Aigrettes of every Color.
Pompous, all Shades.
Black Birds and
Parrots and Wings.
In Trimmed Millinery we
show the latest and most
novel ideas in Hats, Bonnets
and Turbans an innumer
able variety of styles, and all
at our famous low prices.
(MiUinery Parlors second floor.)
OUR NEW COOK 0OOK
THE XJLTESTJUND BEST,
"We may live tHtheut poetry, music and arts
We may live without conscience, and live without hearts
ww v smtrjf t& ivuivivy m0j m& mtff io nunvnv (WMj -
But civilized man cannot Hye without cooks. J f"
He may live without oooJcswhat is knowledge bat yrievinjfi
He may live without hope what is hope but deceivia9
He may live without love what is passion outpinin?
But where is the man that can live without dining?"
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CLOAKS and MILLINER!
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturdays
November 6, 7; 8 and 9.
This wUl be the fines display of the year.
MUFFS, STOLES, BOAS and CMES
Sixth St. and Penn Ave.
PHOTOGRAPHER, 18 SIXTH STREETi
A fine, large crayon portrait W 50; see them
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Purchasers of the v above will find it greatly
to their advantage to inspect oar line of
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
GO NO FDKTHBR
CAN SUIT YOU BETTER THAN ANYONE ELSE.
Wo are doing an immense trade in our speolalties this season. People
have discovered where the best goods at the lowest prices are al
ways to be found. Our constant aim has been to give better
qualities for the money than our 'competitors, and we think
::: we have succeeded. Peruse the following: m
SPECIAL PRIOES FOR COMPARISON
600 new fine-Lister's English Seal Plush Sacquea, finest
Satin lining, at 315, $15 75, $16 50 and $19 75.
Worth from 95 to 810 mora
480 fine Lister's Seal Plush Jackets, best Satin linings,
so isu, ?o wo, qu vo, eiu to, tfix 40. Ail worth from
86 to ?8 more. Nothing like it ever offered.
THE BABIES BEQUEST.;
"Don't stop giving Dolls until Tve got mine.
SO BE IT.
To accommodate them teho have missed their thane mfjtwttj
week- we will continue for sue week longer giving DOLLS ' J?33
chasers in our Infants7 department But this will BOSITIYMZimI
be the last week.
So, Babies, bring yevr parents without Sektf,
New Department Stores,
504-506-508 Market Street, Pittsburf,
JAMES M. FTJLLERTOti,
UNDERTAKER AMD EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Street.
TJie. Jaundiced Eye.
It is common -to hear of the jaundiced eve aa
a svnonvm for prejudice. In tnii sense we am
disposea to think that invalids, especially tboee
suiferinc from diseases of the Liver, are apt to
view with a jaundiced eye all proprietarr medi
cines, however strone the testimony In their
faror. When sneb remedies emanate from a
sclentiflo chemist and are prepared by a physl.
clan of lone experience, they certainly hare
claim to confidence. Dr. Tun's Fills are pre
pared by jnst snch a person, and are a reliable
core for diseases of the Liver, Kidneys, Dys
pepsia. Torpid Bowels, Indigestion, etc
Tbe most incredulous will be convinced If
they use these tar-famed plug. They can be
taken without restraint of diet or occupation.
Tutt's Liver Pills
. CUBE JATTJn10E.
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'We are not only showing a superior line of
Prices from $12 to $25,
But also some WONDERFDL VALUES. Age
4 to 12 years, from
$4 to $8.
, We are now showing the Newest Styles in
KILT 8UITS and OVERCOATS, both in our
own and Eastern manufacture.
HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR
This department is VERY ATTRACTIVE.
Prices Positively the Lowest,
Latest Novelties In Ladies' Jewelry, Collars
ana Cuffs, Dress Trimmings, Handkerchiefs,
k 6, CAMPBELL & SONS,
710 Penn avenue, 710,
Open until 9p.iL Saturdays,
ij a nil
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillings from fl up.
silver, 75c; white alloy, SL
Gold Crowns a specialty.
DR. JT. M..-MOCLAREN;
These are all strictly fresh goods and
The newest shapes of stylish Long Garments, includ
ing the Bishop sleeve, the new, Connemara, the Direo
toire, the Pleated front, and every shape jnst ont in New
York and Berlin. Pine garments from $9 75 to 25.
The plainer long garments at 85, 86, 87 50, 88 75. All
Fine Stookinette, Beaver, Oloth and Cheviot Jaoketa
for Ladies and Misses, ranging from 82 75 to 820, This
includes very stylish garments of our own importation,
not to be found elsewhere.
- MISSES' and CHILDREN'S CLOAKS.
Over 300 styles are shown here. No suoh assort
ment to be found anywhere else. All the latest novel
ties; every conceivable style, in largest variety, from 82
to 822 50. We can promise you a saving in every gar
ment. ' G-rviEisr -."wAir
During this week we shall give away to every one purchasing 820
and upward in our Cloak Department an ENCYCLOPEDIA of UNI
VERSAL KNOWLEDGE, subscription price of which is 86. This Is
an opportunity to get a splendid book for nothing.
MILLINERY BOOM CONTINUES.
Fresh novelties daily added to our immense stock ot Millinery.
Every shape, color, quality of Hat and Bonnet to be found here. No
use going further. Hundreds of new Trimmed Hats and Bonnets for
your selection. We can suit both rich and poor; so do not be baokward,
Our stock of Underwear, Woolen Goods, Furs, Dress Trim
mings, Corsets, Jewelry, Gloves, Hosiery and Gents' Fur
Offer unusual attractions this week. Stook complete and priees
510, 512,514 MARKET-STJNO 27 FIFTH AYEXUE.
HERE WE COMEto the FROU
Announcing a grand Clearance Sale of everything in
House Furnishing line. There are a great many thuigjXaSl
our floors that must be gotten rid of before the holidays&S5
for the next 60 days we are going to make the 'fur fly, qJ
sides, and not only the fur, but the WOOL as well, foStS31
bargains now to be found on our
cannot be produced by any house in the city. Genuine!
wool Ingrains at 50c per yard, and we guarantee them!
ever heard of the like before? also at 55c and 60c, and
Tapestry Brussels at proportionately low figures.
1,000 Pairs of Lace Curtains
at about half price. You will miss the chance of yourjlJIfl
time if you miss this sale. Another carload of our fa
$18 Antique Chamber Suits just arrived. These gol
fast and if you want one of them come early.. We are skews'
im? OVER 200 STYLES OF FANCY ROCKERS
You can save about 23 per cent by purchasing nowy and
will deliver them at any time and place you desire,
goods cannot be equaled for design and cheapness.
HOPPER BROS. & C0.J
THE ONLY COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISH!
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE'
CASH OE CREDIT,