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AN OLD MAN'S BRIDE
TYill Not be Permitted to Eeceive Her
HE HAS BEEN DECLARED IKSAHE,
Sat the Case Will Now Go to the State
ALL THE HEWS FEOM KEABBI TOWXS
EFSCUIi TILKGEAK TO THE DISPATCH!
Tkanklik, November 14. There was
completed in the Civil Ckurt here this morn
ing a suit that has created great interest on
account of the prominence of the parties and
the romance connected therewith. It was
the suit of the Commonwealth versus James
S. Haggerty. The suit was brought by
Haggerty's sons, who wished to have the
father declared insane in order to prevent
him disposing of his property, estimated to
be worth $20,000.
A few years ago Haggerty's first wife died,
and in a very short time thereafter he tell in
love with a very pretty young girl about
one-third his age, but before she would be
come his wife, the defendant consented to
leave his property to her. It is claimed that
the sons, fearful of losiDg -what would be tbeir
Share of the nroncrtv at the father's death.
brought the above suit to prevent him trans
ferring It to his new wife. The wife had already
received J8.000 in lieu of a dower interest, but
the sons were afraid she was after the balance.
After considering the evidence, the jury this
morning returned a verdict finding James S.
Hagceny insane since November 1, lbS8. There
are several nne points of law connected with
the case, and the Supreme Court will be given
a chance to consider them. All the parties re
side in Kmlenton.
HIGHWAYMEN AT WOKK.
Two of Thrm Commit Kobbcry and Make
nn Attempt at Murder.
XSFECIJLX. TEX.EGIEAH TO THE DXSFATCH.l
NEW Castle, November 14. Late last night
James ilcMahon, a prominent furnaceman,was
walking across a railroad bridge in this city
when he was attacked by two men, one of
whom pointed a revolver at his head and the
other ransacked his pockets. The thieves se
cured a valuable gold watch and quite a large
sum of money. After getting the money and
watch the villains struck Mr. McMahon a ter
rible blow on the head, knocking him off the
bndge to the water, a distance ot 20 feet.
At this point the water is quite deep, aud
Mr. McMahon had a hard time getting to
shore. The money taken from Sir. McMahon
had been raised by his fellow workmen, and
Mr. McMahon was on his way to present it to
one of the f urnacemen who some time ago was
injured at the works. The police have failed
to identify the highwaymen.
A NEW OIL DEAL.
Independent Company Which
Operate In Northwestern Ohio.
rSFSCXAI. TELEGKAM TO THE DISPATCH.1
Sta dlat, O., November 14. A big independ
ent oil deal was completed in this city and Lima
to-day, Involving 20,000 acres of the most valu
able territory in the Lima, Findlay and Cygnet
fields. Mr. J. C. McKinney, of Titusville, Pa.,
ana New York and Philadelphia capitalists
are the purchasers, and the consideration is
It is announced as the purpose of these men
to establish refineries in the Northwestern Ohio
field. They are said to have a new and val
uable process of refining. One of the men en
gaged in the deal said to-night that it was the
purpose of the company to operate extensively
Independent of the Standard Oil Company, but
they would not fight the Standard only as oc
From Wealth to PoTerty.
1 SPECIAL TELEGBAJf TO TBI DISPATCH.
Zanesvtxlk, November 14. A stranger.
elck and almost starved to death, was picked
up on the streets of this city last Saturday and
sent to the County Infirmary for care. He
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was learned that he had relatives in Mansfield, ctany 0f tbemen on the flrsttrial, they would
and S.S. Lfphtean. of that nlane. ramp Jierw tn I ".;i. j - , -i,. . tl. , .r
take care of tte remains at the reanest of his
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.relatives. Hjs stated that Bell was once a
wealthy citizen of Mansfield, having an estate
valued at S50,000 or Sra,000 which he squandered
in drink. His relatives had not heard from
him for two years.
BIcBrlde ! Not Out for Office.
rSFECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISFATCH.J
Massiilon, O., November 11 John Mc
Bride, President of the Miners' Protective Na
tional Union, who was prominently mentioned
for Chief Mine Inspector, at a salary of S2.000
and all expenses, -says he declined the office
under Hoadleyand would not accept now. W.
A. Davis, of Sherrardsville. and Thomas B.
Bancroft are leading aspirants. The district
inspector will probably be legislated out of
A Pension Award That Wu Needed.
SPECIAL TELEFEAM TO THI DISPATCH.1
Warren, O., November 14. Special United
States Examiner Piper, of this city, has just
'worked up a case in which the Government has
granted a pension to Horace Winchell. of Man
tua, the first payment of which amounts to
13,000. The case Is especially-meritorious, and
the benefits greatly needed as Winchell has
been insane for several years, and is now in the
Portage County Infirmary.
One of Scott' Mines Suipends.
Shamokix. November It The Snickery
Swamp coal mine has suspended operations
owing to the dullness of the Western coal
trade. The mine is owned by W. L. Scott, of
Erie, and employed 400 men.
THE FIEST BISHOP.
The Historical Society Held Another Inter
At the meeting of the Historical Society
Father A. A. Lambing read an interesting
paper on ''The First Bishop of the north
western Territo ry." He stated that Cincin
nati was selected as the episcopal city, and
Bev. Edward Fenwick as the Bishop. He
was consecrated in 1822, and at that time
the diocese embraced Ohio, a part of Michi
gan and Northern Wisconsin. Bishop Fen
wick died at "Wooster in 1833, of cholera,
contracted in the lake regions while trying
to Christianize the Indians.
At his death there were upward of 20
churches, 30 priests and several charitable
institutions in the diocese. If the good
bishop could return now he would see in the
field he laoored, an archbishop, 7 bishops,
1,218 priests, 1,518 churches, and a Catholic
population of considerably more than 1,100,
J. C. Porter read a paper on "Baseball,"
Ed called because it contained nothing what
ever of the subject, being a review of impor
tant historical events which had no connec
tion with the great American game.
Mr. McCandless then read a paper on "A
Tramp Through Westmoreland County in
1856." His paper was brief, but contained
several picturesque descriptions of the coun
try, and embraced a little Indian romance.
A committee, consisting ot Messrs. Porter,
Marshall and McCandless, was appointed to
draw up a resolution on the death of Will
iam M. Darlington, which occurred about
two months ago. Another committee, con
sisting of Messrs. Marshall, Porter and
Eaton, was appointed to find if it were pos
sible for the society to engage a room at the
Carnegie Library building, in Allegheny,
when that is complete, to meet in.
JE. 0. U. A. H. PARADE COMMITTEES.
Preparations Already In Procress for Wash
Chairman Nesbit of the General Parade
Committee of the American Mechanics'
demonstration on February 22, 1890, has an
nounced the following sub-committees on
Executive Committee D. G. Evans, of Coun
cil No. HO; -E. L Sutherland, 67; G. W. Kow
bottom. 62; Arthur Johnston, 160; G. M. Hod
Printing J. K. Emge, editor of the American;
W. F. Kerr, of Council 147: W. J. Fix, U6L
Transportation G. M. Murphy, of Council
29: a T. W. Cooper, U7; Harry Kalkoff, 118.
The next meeting of the General Commit
'tee will be held on Saturday evening, Nc-
LATE 2TEWS IS BEIEF.
-Joseph Flummer, aged 84. died near San
ford, Ky., yesterday. Two months ago hehad
a stroke of paralysis, and it is said went with
out food lor 40 dajs, his weight declining from
225 to 125 pounds.
The large three-masted schooner Charles
F. Bohle, of Baltimore, was capsized in the
gale 'Wednesday near Sharp's Island in the
Chesapeake. The mate was drowned. The
Rohle is being raised.
After two nights' discussion, which was at
times acrimonious, the New Orleans Chamber
of Commerce and Industry has pronounced in
favor of Chicago as the site of the World's Fair
by a vote of. 67 for Chicago and 32 for New
Admiral Gherardi, whose management of
affairs at Hayti during the troubles there last
summer won for him the thanks of-Secretary
Tracy.has been ordered to proceed to the west
Indies again. He wilt go down in either the
Kearsage or Galena.
While boring for water, a man owning a
farm about 25 miles southwest of Chicago has
struck a vein of natural gas which flows with
such force as to throw dirt and gravel 50 feet
into the air. The well is so near the farmer s
house that he has not dared to light it, but a
pipe will be put In and a test made of the flow.
A dispatch from Rio Grande, dated Tester
day, says that the Swedish bark HUma, from
New York August 27, for Felotas, went ashore
there and became a toial wreck. Part of the
crewwero saved. Captain Frisell, the master
of the vessel, was .drowned. A portion Of the
cargo is probably salvable.
Miss Bertha A. Gates, daughter of Rev. M.
A.Gates, of St Johnsburv, Vt., aged 21 years,
a graduate of Wellesley College, and a most
estimable young lady, was thrown from a horse
before her parents' eyes Wednesday, and, her
foot catching the stirrup, was dragged through
the streets bv the frightened animal and shock
ingly bruised and mangled. When the horse
was caught Miss Gates was dead.
First Auditor Fisher, In bis annual report
to the Secretary of the Treasury, says there has
been a decided increase in the work of the of
fice during the past few years, with no corre
sponding increase in the clerical force, and he
recommends that provision be made for an ad
ditional chief of division and two assistants.
He reports that dnring the past fiscal year
there were examined and adjusted 29,463 ac
counts, representing 51,670,619,725.
A man who formerly kept one of the largest
saloons in Waterloo, la., but who left there
when prohibition was enacted, has returned
and states that he has obtained the refusal of a
location for a saloon here. He is so positive of
the repeal of prohibition that he contemplates
renting the building at once, paying the rent,
and allowing it to remain empty until a license
law is enacted. The opinion is general that the
Legislature will repeal prohibition this winter.
Notwithstanding the large Democratic ma
jority in Virginia last week, the Democratic
leaders intend to have the Legislature change
the election laws. Senator John W. Daniel
says that he favors the Australian system,
with certain modifications, but he declines to
say what the modifications are. Governor
Lee says a change in the present law is doubt
less needed, but he is not prepared to say
whether he will recommend the Australian
system or not. He i lather Inclined to think
that the Australian plan, with a few changes,
B. Knapp a vineyard owner of Napa, Cal.,
says that all raisin growers who have not
signed contracts for this year's crop will make
small fortunes. "The crop of the Province of
Malaga," said he, "has fallen off in half a
dozen years from 1.900.000 to 700,000 boxes, and
the shipments to the United "States have de
clined from 1,000,000 to 112,000 boxes. Spain is
no longer a competitor, and the recent storms
in California have cut down the product by
one-hall This shock struck the market after
most of the Malaga crop had been disposed of,
Thus leaving a large deficiency, hard to over
come." Anew United States customs station has
been established on the south shore of Lake of
the Woods, N. D., near the mouth of Rainy
Lake river. It is stated that the Canadian saw
mills at Keewatin, a station on the Northern
Pacific Railway on the north shore of Lake of
the Woods, have been for years past engaged
in manufacturing lumber from logs cut in Min
nesota and raited across the lake to the Cana
dian territory, and the establishment of the
station Is for the purpose of putting a stop to
it. It is said that the Canadians have eight
steamboats on Lake of the Woods engaged in
towing logs across the lake.
In passing upon the demurrer to the gen
eral indictment, embracing 18 of the Navassa
Island laborers, charged as principals and ac
cessories in the murder of the five white officers
at the Island, on September 14, Judges Bond
and Morris ruled that, in the discretion of the
court, it was deemed advisable that the mur
ders of each of the officers be charged in sepa
rate indictments. District Attorney Hays, un
der this ruling, will have five new indictments
EhYM jc and thVtrTaTwill be
still have to stand trial, either as principal in
another Indictment for murder) or of being
present, aiding and abetting, or as accessory
before the fact, and so on, through all five in
Commercial Agent Smith, at Mayence,
Germany, reports that the prevalence of high
prices for meat in Germany has caused a firm
in Mayence to try the experiment of importing
live oxen from the United States, and that the
arrangements have been made for the ship
ment from Illinois to Germany of 900 head of
fat oxen within a period of two month". He is
informed that this Is the first time that live
oxen from the United States, all ready for
slanghter. have been imported to Germanv.
The first lot of cattle arrived the week follow
ing Mr. Smith's report, and their appearance
seems to have raised apprehensive fears in the
minds of the German butchers who were ac
customed to the tame, submissive cattle of
Europe and not to the fierce intractable ani
mals of our Western country. The German
butchers, Mr. Smith continues, like before
buying to punch the cattle in the ribs, to scru
tinize them closely and lead them by a rope.
All this the American oxen strongly resent.
The importers have been disconcerted by the
discovery, and fears are entertained that the
sale of oxen will be curtailed thereby.
Ladies be "Wise Get our prices before
purchasing newmarkets, jackets or wraps,
misses' cloaks, dresses or infant's wear.
Busy Bee Hive, Sixth and Liberty.
"The cup that cheers" is the one filled
with F. & V.'s Pilsner beer.
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
f Patrick Cnnniff. Pittsburg
I Anna McAnulty Pittsburg
c James Islerwood penn township
I Mary Scott l'enn township
( James S. Myers Srlngdale
Leona fearrer. 8prlndale
J Seward Drlscoll Pittsburg
I Kate Madden Pittsburg
I f?-TrT S JennlnP Pittsburg
I Lizzie J. Enscoe Banksvllle
JHenryG. Ernst.. .'. Pittsburg
I Ad Ernest Armstrong county
John W. Gardner Pittsbnrir
i Lizzie Zelher ...."....rnSbSrg
(Jacob M.Snyder Wilklnsbnrg
I Lizzie K. Satlore Pittsburg
i i?Les ??rd.er Wllklnsburg
1 Martha Painter Pittsburg
Kichard 11. Bankert Brlnton
( Jlable Mclntyre WUklnsbnrg
5 Harry M. Graham BeaTer Falls
J Mary A. Woods Ohio township
i iJhnrM.M?tl'K TnrtIe Creek
Ella Frederick .Turtle CreeS
J Ella Bargman.. Snowden township
(James L. Gholst Fayette county
Ibarah C. Burton Fayette county
Catharine D. Young Pittsburg
( James L. Davidson Butler county
ISallleMoorhead Butler county
(Joseph Tate... Pittsbsrg
I Anna McCracken Pittsburg
Catarrh in the Head
Originates In scrofulous taint in the blood.
Hence the proper method by which to cure
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My health has greatlv Improved, aud I feel like
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Richmond st, Newark, N.J. '
"I have used Hood's Sarsaparilla for catarrh
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The most effective "night cap" is a glass
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ERNST KRNEST On Thursday evening,
November 14, by Rev. T. J. McCrory, Mr.
Hknby G. Ernst, of Pittsburg, and Miss
Aba &BCTEST, of Leechburg, Pa.
BAKE WELL On November 14, 1889,
Thomas, infant son of Thomas W. and Annie
BADGER On Thursday, November 14, 1889,
at 5 o'clock A. M ANN Badokr, aged 61 years.
Funeral services at her late residence, Har
rison street, between Forty-ninth and Fiftieth,
on Sunday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to at
tend. BOOTHE On Wednesday evening, Novem
ber 18, 1SS9, Willis Boothe, aged 83 years.
Funeral services at his late residence, Wylie
avenue, near Francis street, Saturday, No
vember 16, 18S9, at 230 P. Sf. Interment pri
BRANNEN On Wednesday, November 13,
1889, at 10:00, Ella E.. daughter of Sarah and
Frank Brannen, aged 8 years 9 months.
Funeral from the parents' residence, 174
River avenue, Allegheny, on Friday at 250.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 3
DAVIS On Thursday. November 14, 18S9, at
720 a. sl. William R. Davis, in his 35th
Funeral from his mother's residence. Syca
more street, Mt. Washington, on Friday,
November 15, at 2 P. M. Friends of the family,
and members of the B. of R. R. B. 179 and sis
ter lodges are respectfully invited to attend.
DEMUTH On Wednesaay, November IS,
18S9, at 7:30 A. M.. Peter Demuth, aged 72
years 1 month.
Funeral from his late residence. 223 Spring
Garden avenue, Allegheny, on Friday, the
15th Inst., at 8:30 A. M. Requiem mass at St.
Mary's Church, Allegheny, at 9 A. x. Friends
of the family are respectfully Invited to at
tend. Indiana papers please copy. 2
'EVANS At her resldence,corner Butler
and Bridge streets, Etna, on Wednesday No
vember 18, 1889, at 8 P. M., MRS. MARY H., wife
of John Evans, Sr., furnace builder, in the 48th
year of her age.
Funeral from the residence Saturday at 2
p. H. Friends of the" family are respectfully
invited to attend. 2
GRIBBLE On Saturday. November 9, at
New Philadelphia, Ohio, Gyke W. Grtbblb.
HIGBEE On Wednesday, November 13,
1SS9, at 1:30 P. M., ABIGAIL, wife of Joseph P.
Higbee, in the 72d year of her age.
Funeral from the residence of her husband.
Upper St. Clair, on Friday, November 15,
1S89, at 10 A. M. Friends of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend.
MORATH On Thursday, October 14, at 1225.
Eugusta. wife of Isador Morath, aged 40 years
7 months 10 days.
Funeral Saturday, November 16,at 10 A. v.,
from residence of parent, 212 Ohio street, Alle
gheny. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend. 2
PARTINGTON On Thursday, November
14, 1889, at 620 A. M MARYB., daughter of
Joseph and Alice Partington, aged 2 years and
Funeral services from her late home, No.288
Market street, Friday, November 15, at 1 p.x
REED On Thursuay, November 14, at 11:40
A. M., Harry E., son of Milo and Mertilla
Reed, in the 22d year of his age.
Funeral from the residence of his parents,
corner Forty-fourth and Hatfield streets. In
terment at Beaver, Pa.
Beaver papers please copy.
SHOENBERGER On Tuesday. November
12, 1889. at his residence in New York City,
John H. Shoenberqkb, in his 80th year.
Funeral services at St. Thomas' Church, New
York City, on Thursday, November 14, 18S9,
at 4 p. M. Interment on arrival of train at
Union station, Pittsburg, on Fbiday, Novem
ber 15, 1889, at 12:45 p.m. Friends of the family
aro respectfully invited to attend,
SEELIN GER On Wednesday, November 13,
1839. at 6 o'clock A. H.. at ber residence in
.Wilkicsburg, Pa., Mrs. E. C. Sexungeb, in
the out year oi ner age.
Funeral on Friday at 2 p. h. at German
Titusville and Erie papers please copy.
TRUXELL On Wednesday evening, No
vember 13, at 4 o'clock, Mrs. Margaret, wife
of Isaac Truxell, in the 30th year of her age.
Funeral services at the residence of her hus
band. No. 1 Chestnut street, Allegheny, on
Friday afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Interment
in Allegheny Cemetery.
VETTER-On Wednesday morning. Novem
ber IS. 1889, at 2:15 o'clock, John J. Vetter.
aged 44 years 5 months.
Funeral from his late residence on Center
avenue, between Roup street and Aiken ave
nue, on Friday morning at 9 o'clock.
WILSON On Wednesday. November 13.
1889, Winmeld S. Wilson.
Funeral at Second Presbyterian Church
on Friday morning, the 15th Inst, at U
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already, made, for presents, as the holidays
The largest and most complete assort
ment of everything necessary to make Fancy
Articles, also ready made, at PRICES that
will certainly msure your PATRONAGE
in this DEPABTMENT.
NOVELTIES Bargarren Art Starfs,
Tidies, Pillows, Pincushions, Table Covers,
etc., stamped in fast colors for outlining with
Bargarren linen floss.
OKIENTAL (hand embroidered) Scarfs,
Tidies, Pillows, Table, Cushion and small
Art Squares (at prices that will interest
HAND PAINTED PILLOWS Scarfs,
Sachet Bags, Cushion Covers and Bolting
Cloth ends for Scarfs, etc.
ASK TO SEE the 'Towel or Hat Back,
,n ff.AH. n.l. A .1, .....1 K1 alttnf n nvAwr
... vucujr, vaiw, oau uuu 1 mum a uuuj
article to have in the house.
STAMPED LINENS The largest va
riety of styles and most unique patterns
ever offered,"in Plain and Momie Linen,
Buffet, Dresser, Chiffonier, and Table
Scarfs, Doylies, Hats and Tidies, both in
drawn work and plain linen.
Laundry Bags, Ladies' Companions, But
ton Bags, Gent's Shaving Cases, Slipper
Cases, Umbrella Cases.
Silk Bolting Cloth, Silk Gauzine, Satin
finished and twilled Bolten Sheeting, Mole
skin Plush, fancy and plain Silks, Pongee
and China Silks, "Honeycomb" Java Can
vas, Bailroad Canvas, Wool and Cotton
Java Canvas, Scrims, plain and fancy.
SILKS-CHENILLES AND ARRASENES
Embroiderv Silk. Japan Wash Silk.
.Japan Etohing Silk, Wash Filo or Filling
Silk, Knitting Silk, Eope Silk and English
xwistea sue, Vienna unemile JNo. ana
.2, Silk Arrasene. All the above in the
very best makes.
Plush, Silk and Metal Ornaments in all
the new shades and combinations to match
Silks and Flushes.
FBINGES Silk, Plush, Gilt and Silver
Bullion and Bargarren Linen, in all the
popular colorings. '
Floss and Cottons in large variety; Cotton
Floss (D. M. C. quality), Bope Linen
Floss, Crochet Cottons (Marslands and L.
M. C. quality), Dexter's Knitting Cottons,
Kismet Tinsel Thread, Banner Bods, Steel
and Gilt Beads. Chenille and Fancy Silk
Cords, Parse Trimmings, Briggs' Paper
Transfer Patterns, Crewels, Iced Wool,
Eider Wool, Shetland Wool, Zephyr Ger
mantown Wool, Fairy Zephyr.
VISIT THIS DEPARTMEHT
From now on.
terest to do so.
You will find it to your in-
115, "7-119. 121
Federal Street, Allegheny
LOT 1. All-wool Bibbed, fashioned, all
LOT 2. All-wool Bibbed, fashioned feet
and gusseted, 35c
LOT 3. All-wool Bibbed, spliced knees,
all sizes, 44c.
LOT 4. Fine Cashmere, all sizes, 50c.
EOT 5. French Bibbed, all sizes, 50c
LOT 6. English Bibbed- Cashmere, sizes 6
to 9 inches, prices 42c to 63c per pair.
LOT 7. Bibbed, with spliced knees, sizes 6
to 8 inches, prices 47c to 63c per pair.
LOT 8. Bibbed" Cashmere, with white full
feet, spliced knees and ankles, sizes 6 to
8 inches, prices 70c to-95c per pair.
LOT 9. Boys' Heavy French Bibbed, sizes
7 to 9 inches, prices 75c to $1 per pair.
LOT 10. Boys'Heavy French Bibbed, sizes
7 to 9 inches, prices 90o to $1 40 per
Fleishman & Co.,
J . II I 1-TiT- A JNSCKANdE CO,
jCXLl L JlNI -CA. Hartford, Conn.
Assets, January L 1SS7. ,jy,5GH,839 C
EDWABDS & .KENNEY, Agents,
on jtcurtn avenue i-itDurg,
in Silks, Dress Goods,
Wash Fabrics, Lace
Hosiery, Corsets, Quilts,
Blankets, etc., etc.
IN ACTIVE PREPARATION
Anniversary : Opening
Books, Dolls, Toys,
Games and Rich Holiday
Sixth Street and Penn Ave.
oxm . lESTE"
Are you looking for a Par
lor Suite? There are many
grades of work and a dozen
different ways of making up
the pieces. Present fashion
ordains that all should be
harmonious, but no two ex
We tell you just how our
goods -are made; say whether
they are all hair or hair and
moss (which is the poorest we
use), moss on the steel springs
underneath and hair on top.
The frames are substantial-,
made to stay, put together
with blocks and screws, and
superior workmanship. The
outside you look at and feel
of; THE INSIDE WE
If you wish, we'll tell you
exactly the number of yards
required for covering, and
you may pick it to your mind
from the wide range of beau
tiful fabrics in our Uphol
33 FIFTH AVENUE,
Broom Manufacturers Supplies
ROBERT DICKEY k CO,
77 WATER ST. AND 96 FIRST AVE. " "
Established Fifty-tfefee Years.
In Seal, Astrakhan, Persian Lamb, Black,
Lynx, Alaska Bable, Monkey, in tbe latest
Frencb patterns, puff snoulders, roll collars, at
the lowest prices. Bee our Genuine Monkey
Capes, 15-ln. Ion;, at J22. Genuine Monkey
Mufls at S3 CO. Genuine Monkey Collars at W 60.
SEAL SACQUES, WRAPS AND
Genuine Seal London Dyed,
close-fitting Jacket at 897 for a short time only.
Also Seal Wraps at $100. Tbe finest grade of
Alaska Seal Sacque, regular length, S200.
Sole Agents for the celebrated Treadweu
Sacques, mahogany dye, warranted 12 years.
Genuine Seal Capes, 15-ln. long, puff shoulders,
rolling collars, SlaL
441 WOOD STREET,
Baisins, Prunes, Nuts, Evapor-
new srgjjagr- ,
Since we are determined
V "J 1
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we have made all our arrangements with this end in vieieft
You will readily see our goods and prices must he an Gra
Hon to the public. They have
low prices doing it. But we
WEDDING, ANNIVERSARY and HOLIDAY GiFI?!
consisting in partof Lamps, Chandeliers, Hall Lights, Chmtm
Glass and Queensware, Dinner, Tea and Chamber SetSyQml
Fixtures, Bronzes and Clocks,
Glass, Bric-a-Brac, Onyx
and nmnmp.Hfnl aoads.
.. -. ............... ,...... .
The J. P.Smith Lamp,
935 Pmr Ave, Bftw&en Ninth and Teflth St$.
IT. B. We still have on
Cut Glass at away down prices.
And always on the alert for bargain seekers. "We have this, to say, we haTesoaeJ
Tery DE3XE ABLE
BEDROOM FUBNITFBB !
Solid "Walnut, Tennessee Marble and German
U5r These goods hare been reduced from
or until we have sold the last eonsiraaent.
A 7-PIECE PABL0R SUIT!
Solid Walnut or Cherry, in Hair Cloth or
(our own make of goods). We have some
do yon good to see, for Instance, our line of
An unexcelled line of these goods, and
CARPET and CURTAIN DEPART13SSM
Is brimful ot bargains. A few ALL-WOOL
have this week cut up a lot of Velvets and BodBrussels into rug sizes, that wwi
ins away below cost. Bemnants of Oil Cloth, remnants of Lace and Turcot Ctn
remnants of Stair and Hall Carpets, all
Don't miss attending this sale if you
To those who contemplate fitting out complete, a word. Why ran all overijwaj
one store to another, when we can give you
from the' kitchen up. Make a note of this and
HOPPER BROS. & Cl
THE : COMPLETE : HOUSE : FURNItHIMfl
BWTWIEN THIRB AND fOUftTX AYS, .
OlsTXilT SI 2b
For Men'a Black Stiff Hats, good 1
color, Pure Fur, trimmed, with, silk'j
'band and binding and satin lined;
in smau, medium ana iuu snapes.,
These are not the common -wbold
hats, but are pure fur and will?
bear severe exposure.
oisrxjir si 5Q
For a finer grade of Men's Black!
Stiff Hats of somewhat better furj
and trimmings. This quality- isi
usually Bold at 82. We have them j
also in small, medium and fuUf
A special sale of Children's Poloi
f Gaps in blue, maroon and bronzsg
plush, with quilted satin lining,!
only 30c, worth 75a .
We are naming lowest prices
also on Suits, Overcoats andvuJn-1
TaDors, CIoIMbts aM Hatters'
161, 163 Federal St, Allege
to close out entirely by Becemker
been moving, very rapidly yMJ
still have a large variety of .t
Umbrella Stands, Xtchffi&tl
Tables and apr 6 fusion &f'uMfi&
Glass and China l
hand a large assortment of jPmmj
B AEG ATNS in
Bevel Glass, at tte remarkably loir,j3
$28, to hold good for the balance of tfce.ylia
We will make for the next TWO ,W.JflflCl
Crushed Mohair Plush, assorted crfojgS?ifl
very nice goods ia this department; Iti
at prices that are extremely low. 0r
IKGEAINS as low as 50c per 7S
below cost, for we are bound to gsirMeftfcel
are on the lookout for a genuine 1
absolutely everything necessary is
yon will save time and maty.
, Temper au.
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