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THB PITTSBJTR0 DISPATCH, . SUNDAY, ". NOVEMBER
tTHE MUSIC WORLD.
In Attractive Programme Well Gen
dered by the Mozart Club.
THE CANTATA OP CINDERELLA
ProTes to be a Work of Many. Attractions,
tut Too Lonr.
GOSSIP ABOUT ODE LOCAL MUSICIANS
The Mozart Club opened its twelfth sea
son in auspicious fashion at Old City Hall
on Tuesday evening, in the presence of one
of the largest and most appreciative au
diences that have yet assembled at the club's
regular concerts. It is pleasant to record
this evidence of increased publfc interest in
the sterling work or Mr. McCollum and his
coadjutors-jan increase the more notabli '"in
asmuch as the associate members this year
receive but two seats apiece, as against four
in the past seasons. The programme read as
MendeUtohn-Overtnre (FJnsal's Cave).
. . ... Orchestra.
Cheshire (Harp Solo.) Grand Fantasia oa Oper
.. . . Mo Airs.
ilr. John Cheshire Harpist to H. li. H. the Duke
Cinderella Mrs. Emma Wolfe
Fairy Queen Mrs. 1. Henkler
iilnK Mr. E. H. Dermitt
cnorns or Fairies and Spirits.
Prom an artistic, standpoint, the single
dubious element in this programme, was
the second number. The showy pot-pourri
of airs from "Mai'tha" arranged for harp solo
was ont of place in a concert of this grade.
And was it not a trifle undignified in an Amer
ican concert to give such prominence to the
name of the younger Mr. Guelpli. even thonch
he does play the violin a hit? However, Air.
Cheshire's solo was a novelty and not without
attractiveness of its kind. His playing was
technically brilliant and there were artistic
touches here and there enough, in other
surroundings, to have amply justified the
impcratii'e encore, to which ho responded
with Mendelssohn's "Spring Song," a piece
that ought to have been more effective for harp
than it was in Mr. Cheshire's hands.
That breezy and beauteous overture which
Mendelssohn conceived on his visit to the
Hebrides (by which name it is commonly
known in Germany) was played particularly
well by the augmented orchestra 01 tne ciuu.
Atleast,so they say who heard it, the writer
having got tangled up in the throng upon that
villainous stairway just too late to get in the
door for the opening number.
Of course interest centered chiefly upon
"Cinderella," the cantata by Heinricb Hoi
mann, whose melodious "Melusine" was heard
with pleasure at the Mozart Club's first con
cert of two seasons ago Perhaps this fact
should have been regarded as one reason why
t-otne other composer should have been chosen
this time. 'Cinderella" proved to be a
work of many attractions, bnt witb
scarcely enough original inspiration
to justify its length. Had it
been compressed into two parts instead of
three, it would have been more effective. This
the more, since the pretty fairytale (even when
eked out by the Fairy Queen's enrious tests of
the King's character betore permitting bim to
pay his addresses to her protege) does not con
tain enough variety and dramatic interest for
such extended musical treatment Conse
quently, the last part became a bit tiresome to
many, although to one following the score there
were continuous evidences ot musicianly work
manship that kept interest very much alive.
Hofmann's chorus writing was exceedingly
clever in a variety of styles. His orchestration
was particularly interesting and the solo
numbers pleasing. The use of characteristic
motives recurring through the work enhanced
its effectiveness: the chief one, while reminis
cent of "Die Meistersinger," being of great
Of the performance little but praise can be
spoken. The chorus work was of exceptional
difficulty, butbarring a very few lapses in
intonation on the part of the sopranos and an
occasional neglect of shading it was right in
line with the club's high standard, the char
acteristics of which have been too often re
hearsed in this column to need repetition now.
The orchestra was materially better than
heretoiore in all respects; with this season's
increased rehearsals good things may
be expected of this department right along.
-Mrs. Wolfe and Mr. Dermitt were both indis
pased.'and their sincing under such difficulties
was distinctly creditable, the duet about the
middle of part two being especially enjoyable.
Mrs. Hentlcr deserves warm praise for her as
sumption of a role written for a lower voice
than hers. Except that several moderalo move
ment? weie taken at andante pace, Mr. 3lc
Collum's conducting on Tuesday was admirable,
while it is to his enthusiastic, painstaking re
hearsal that the lion's share of the many gen
eral excellences of the concert is to bo credited.
This is the programme given at Theodore
Thomas' big testimonial concert in 2few York
tne other day:
Overture, "Kienzt," Wapier
Fnnt-ral March Chopin-Thomas
Invitation to the llaiice. " Weber-Berlioz
Concerto, A minor, op. SI fcchumann
.Allegro Afletuoso. Intermezzo. Andantmo-
Urazioso. Allecro Vivace.
Mr. Rafael -loseity.
Symphonic Poem, "Lee Preludes," Liszt
(q. Fujrue. A minor. lach
b. Variations lirahias
Overture. William Tell," liosslnl
If the metropolitan critics thought this list
not up to the occasion or worthy of Thomas'
renown, what would thev have said ahnnt th
programme that was listlessly run off in Pitts-
Wagner Theater will give performances in
Spain and Portugal in February next. The
'Nibelungenring" will then be given in Mao
rid, Barcelona and Lisbon under Dr. Muck's
aGkeek operatic company from Athens is
giving performances at Marseilles. The first
work produced by them was an opera the title
rolo of which was the national hero, Marco
Bozzarls, the composition of a nativo composer,
Paul Carrcr. a name which suggests an Italian
rather than Greek nationality.
Sakasate and D' Albert arrived at New
York last Monday on the Ems and will inau
gurate their American' tonr to-morrow evening
at tho Metropolitan Opera House, on which oc
casion the great violinist and the, perhaps,
greater, though younger, pianist win be assisted
by the Symphony Orchestra of 110 players, un
der the conductorship of Mr. "Walter Dam
rosch. Miss Zelie de Lussan has been so success
ful in Great Britain that she has signed a con
tract for two years with Mr. Aucustns Harris.
The Freeman's Journal, of Dublin, indulges in
extravagant langnage concerning her im
personation of Carmen there a few weeks ago,
saying that "she produced a more completely
effective and fatisfactory impression than any
artist wno bas yet been heard in the character."
A PARAGRAPH in the Ballimorean gives
the follow inc as the opinions of Gladstone:
"That he considers Beethoven tho first com
poser in' tho world; that women who are a little
stout sing the best; that 90 per cent of the spec
tators in London go to the Italian opera ex
clusively for the singers and not for the opera
down for representation, and, finally, that the
fresh voice of a chorus child in church is pleas
anter to listen to than that of the best soprano
in the universe."
Edward Grieg's new composition, "Olaf
Trygvason, was recently performed for the
first time at Christiania, the Norwegian capi
tal. The work consists of scenes from an un
finished opera, which Grieg, in collaboration
with the Norwegian poet Bjomstjerne Bjorn-
son, becan many years ago, and which was
eventually abandoned. It is arranged for
solos, choruses and orchestra. The piece was
received with great enthusiasm, the composer
being recalled time after time.
The formation of a quintet of wind instru
ments for the practice of chamber music adds
a new and most welcome element to our local
activities. Certain of the classical composers,
notably Mozart, were exceedingly fond of such
instrumental combinations, and have left many
lovely scores on which the dust of late years
lies thick. The players who propose opening
mis treasure nonse to nttsDurg are: Messrs.
Beckert, oboe; Kschier, flute; Fisher, clarinet;
Dietz, bassoon, and Leppig, horn. Their public
appearance will be awaited with much interest.
Jin. James SAtrvAGE,whoas leading baritone
of Carl Bosa's troupe attained no small repu
tation in England, will take part in a concert
to be given next Saturday evening at the
Welsh Presbyterian Church. Second avenue
and Cherry alley. Mr.Sanvage will sing the To
reador's song from "Carmen," a tarantella by
Rossini, Parry's song. "Y Bachcen Dewr," a
ballad by Traherne and a duet with Mr. D. J.
Davies. Master Tonzo Sauvage, a youthful pi
anist, said to be a wortby scion of bis esteemed
father, will play Weber's Rondo Brilliante and
Brinley Richards' "Recollections of Wales."
The remainder of the programme is divided
among solos, glees and part songs by Mr. D. J.
Davies, Mr. Morris Stevens and their respec
tive glee clubs.
Mr. H. P. Eckxr expects to begin rehearsals
this week witb the amateur opera company he
has been organizing. The "Chimes of Nor
mandy" is the work chosen, cast in part as fol
lows: Germaine, Miss Jennie Evans; Marquis,
Mr. F. A. Amnion; Grenicheux, Sir. P. Ward;
large cr.owd, of people were, assemble! at tbe
depot upon the arrival of the train, A
large crowd also gathered in front of the jail
as he was ushered in.
DECREAS1HG THE SAT10NAL DEBT.
A Statement of tho Amount of Bonds Boaeht
in by tho Government.
Wabhdtoton, November 16. The f ollowine
is a statement of the United States bonds pur
chased from August 3, ISSS7, to date inclusive:
.Amount purchased of 4s S 94.671,230
Amount purchased of 4,3.... 124,973,790 ,
Total 19, 645, 000"
Cost 01 4s.
Cost at maturity of 4s...
Cost at maturity of 4)s..
Savings or 4s ,
Savings of 4,Ss.
Gasvard. Mr. E. McCuno f of Oil Citv): Bailiff.
Mr. w. Roberts. The role of Serpolelle is not
jet alloted. Mr. Ecker is recruiting a chorus
to the number of SO voices and an orchestra of
a score or more, mostly "amateurs from the
Poco-a-Poco and Mozart rolls. In the accom
paniments a pianist will also assist. It is hoped
to have the opera readv for the public before
January closes, and Odd Fellows' Hall on tbe
Southside has been about determined npon as
the place of the first of the series of perform
ances that Planquette's pretty work is to re
ceive. Someone has mailed to the writer from
Louisville a copy ot the Times of that city,
dated tbe 2d inst., and containing the follow
ing item: "Musical circles in this city will sus
tain a severe loss, I understand. Miss Katie
Elliott has been engaged to sing in the choir of
a Presbyterian Church in Pittsburg at a salary
of J2, 000 a year. She has been singing in tho
icmrai j-rcsuyierian unurcu on .tourtn
avenue, and her splendid voice will be greatly
missed. She has received many offers to go
npon tho stage, but has always declined,
as she did not desire a professional
life. Choir singing is different, however,
and the offer seems too good a one to
refuse. The salary is far in advance of any
thing paid in this city, but it is not too much
for a singer like Miss Elliott." The paper did
not come to hand until too late to verifv tho
report. Can it be that the East Liberty Pres
byterian Church bas taken all this time to find
somebody willing to accept that $2,000 salary
thev offered some months ago to Miss Johnson
Brnrriaeo Licenses Granted Yesterday.
( George Vorel Pittsburg
i Sophia Wolfram Pittsburg
(David I). Stottlcmeyer. Pittsburg
I Amanda M. Davies , Bnrfrettstown
J James L Frederick Shale township
(Mar) A. KJtnschmidt. Shale township
( Harry Calderwood Pittsburg
i Katie Giles l'ittsbnrg
(James Carey Pittsburg
( Emily Morgan Pittsburg
(John Norton Braddock
Louisa Best Braddock
) Absolum J. Churchill Pittsburg
( Euphlam J. Hampton Pittsburg
( James D. Swaney.. Allegheny
J Josephine West Allegheny
( George Let! - Plttsbnrg
( Kumgnnda Wehl Pittsburg
( James Halleran Homestead
( Ellen Bays Homestead
(James U. Baldrldge.. Greensburg
i Josephine Barre Unlontown
( Tobias Isaacs Allegheny
( Martha Hossey. Allegheny
( Peter Collins Walker's Mills
) Annie Neylon , Walker's Mills
5 John WcGreil..... Allegheny
J Bridget Madden Allegheny
( Charles Kick Pittsburg
J Anna E. Weber. Pittsburg
J Fred J. Genrlnger. .' Reserve township
( Lizzie Boos Allegheny
I Alfred Turner Pittsburg
(MaryB. Caughie Pittsburg
( John Petterson McKeesport
( Mathilda Fredrlckson McKeesport
( rhilip Hilgert McKeesport
( Lena Ureitlnger McKeesport
( C Johnson ......Homestead
( BettleTwyman Homestead
( Fred Muehlcubeck Creighton
( Agnes Thomas Allegheny
( Fred Ehrllchmann Etna
I Minna Sydow Etna
( Joseph Lane McKeesport
1 Lizzie Uartig McKeesport
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OPPOSITE WOOD sr.
GARDNER ZEIHER At the residence of.
the bride's father. Wm. Zeiber. Sr., on Thurs
day evening, November 14, 1SS9, by the Rev.
Geo. Goetz, Mr. Joittf W. Gaednek and Miss
Lizzeb Zeihee. both of this city.
SOME SALTY SENTENCES
McKeespoet, Pa., J" ovember 14, 1833.
To the Mnslcal Editor of The Dispatch:
Please Inform me through the columns of vour
next issue how the quality of the voice of Win.
Oistle. of the new American ODera Company, is.
compared with that or Mr. Bassett, of the same
company. By doing so vou will grcatlv oblige.
Yours very respectfuUr, A Subscbibek.
The comparison asked for may bo put in few
words. Mr. Castle's voice, like the opera com
pany named, is a thing of the past, occasionally
revived with more or less success. Mr. Ras-ett's
voice, on the other band, is largely a thing of
the future, if ever. Mr. Castle's voice is too
old for the writer's recollection: that of Mr.
Bassett, too high (probably) for its vibrations
to be audible at any great distance, Mr. Bas
sett, however, is young, and who knows what
The much talked of charity concert at Old
City Hall on Tuesday evening of this week will
present the following programme:
L Overture "Concert" Bach
Mrs. lr. J. S. Walters. Directress.
S. Flute Solo "Valse Brilliante." tromTra-
. Tiata Fopn
Mr. William Guenther.
5. Soprano Solo Ballade from tbe opera In
A. Tenor Solo "Salve Dimora" Gounod
Mr. H. B. BrocketL
6. Overture "A Soldier's Hie" KelerBela
Thomas P. Kirk, Conductor.
6. Soprano Solo "Ave Maria" Gounod
Miss Acnes VozeL
Piano Mr. Carl Better.
Organ Mr. J. H. GIttlngs.
Violin Mr. FrcdToerge.
Violin....... George Toerge.
r. Violin Holo-'Fantasie Caprice, " Vleuitemps
Miss Mamie ICencfc.
1. CavatinafrOm "BienedeBaba," Gounod
Miss Emma Juch.
2. 'Said Pasha" Grand Selection.
3. Baritone Solo "Honor and Arms".Handel
Mr. E..H. Dermitt. -""
f a Cana Serenade, from tbe Spanish Quartet,
. -.V"V: Hirette-Viardet
(oQnartonr, Op. 38... Khelnberger
Beethoven Quartet Club.
Carl Better, piano: Fred Torrge, violin: George
Are Imposed by Judge Mcllvnine at Wash
ington The Mother of Eleven Child
ren in Jail James Nefl'a Sec
ond Trinl for tbe Murder
rSPECIAl. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.
'WASHnrGT03r,PA.1K'ovember 17. Judge
JIcTlvaine yesterday finished a six and a
half days' term of Court, during which time
he heard 45 cases. Those who received sen
tences yesterday are as follows: Hercules
Lightsinger, Pinleyville, for violating the
jjiuun.o uii, .Tv uujb in uie worcnouse;
A. "W. Potter, for assault and battery, 90
days in the workhouse; Sut Butler and John
Burgess, of Canonsburg, the former for abuse
of livery stock and assault and battery and
the latter for abusing livery stock and carry
ing concealed weapons, go to the workhouse
180 days. "Wm. Brady, Washington, was
sentenced to one year's imprisonment in the
pemieuuary lur larceny. SIX months was
the sentence imposed on James A. Lutton
Finleyville, for breaking into a store. '
Mrs. Lizzie McCahill, JMcDonald, was
lodged in jail "Wednesday night, charged
with violating the Brooks' law. Friday
afternoon the grand jury found
three true bills against here and she is now
serving her sentence of 130 days' imprison
ment, bhe was also hned ?600. The pris
oner is only 40 years of age, and the mother
of 11 children.
The trial of James Keff will begin here
Monday morning. He is charged as an ac
complice in the murder of Drover Mr.
Causland, ot Allegheny. He was tried and
found guilty at Waynesburg, but owing to
a technicality was granted a new trial. A
change of venue from the" Greene county
courts was also granted. He was brought
over from "Waynesburg last evening. " A
BEVAN Friday, November 15, 1839, at 7
r. M., Richabd, son of David and Georgiana
Bevan, aged 1 year and 11 days.
Funeral Sunday, November 17, 1889, at 230,
from residence of Mr. Skate Hagen, 2712 Car
son street, Southside. Friends of the family
are respectfully invited to attend.
BRADY On Saturday morning. November
16, 1889, at 4:30. Charles Brady, father of
Mrs. Sadie McCntcheon, of Hiland avenue,
East End, aged 72 years.
Funeral from the residence of his son-in-law.
John Rapp, rear of 476 Bedford avenue, on
Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to at
tend. DENNING On Friday, November 15. in St.
Louis, James M. Denning, formerly of Pitts
burg, aged 53 years.
Funeral on Tuesday, 19th instant, from the
residence of his son. No. 4769 Vew street,
Bloomfiold, city. Friends of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend. 3
DUFFEY On Friday, November 15, 1889, at
zssu r. m., Daxd .duitfey, agea o years.
Funeral from bis late residence, 62 Poplar
alley, on Suh ay, 17th inst, at 2 P. M. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
FELD On Saturday, November 16, 1889, at
325 p. Jr.. Katie P., daughter of John and Ida
Feld, aged 2 years and 11 months.
Funeral will take place from the residence of
her parents, Carnegie avenue, near McCandless
avenne. Eighteenth ward, on Monday, No
vember 18, at 2 r. n. Friends of the family are
respectf ullyinvired to attend. 2
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This scrap' of news comes among TnK Dis-I-ATCH'S
copyright cables from London: Every
body knows that the late Lord JJavor of Lon
don, aaronei Himcueu, tummencea lite as a
commercial traveler, but it is known to only
very few that the present Lord Mayor, Sir
Henry Isaacs, was at one time in bis early
career an operatic Binser. He has a baritone
voice, is an excellent musician, and still sings a
capital song, particularly in the evening, wben
company is congenial.
Crotchets and Qonvers.
Miss Jeiwie Evabs. Mr. Frank "W. Bearl
and tbe, Geraert -Orchestra are among those
who will take nart ina concert at Odd Fellows'
Hall, Southside. on Thnrsday evening next.
Thirteex htjhdeed repetitions already of
an operatic work flrstfiiven in the last week of
18S0 that is the record achieved by the Bonffes
I'anslens witb Edmund Audran's well-named
Mxss Grace Miller, Miss Bosa Weber and
the Geraert Orchestra will furnish a musical
.programme in tbe entertainment to be given at
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Funeral services at the residence of his
mother. Observatory ave., Allegheny, on Mon
sat, ISth instant, at 2 r. 11. Interment pri
vate. JACKMAN At his residence. No. 438 Penn
avenue, on Friday morning, at 6 o'clock, An
drew Jackman, in bis 72d year.
Funeral from bis late residence 436 Fenn
avenue, on Monday aonsco at 9:30 o'clock.
Services at St. Paul's Cathedral at 10 a.m.
Friends of the family are invited to attend. 3
MOORHEAD On Saturday moraine. No
vember 16, 1SJJ3, at 8:30 o'clock, Mrs. Annie C.
Mooriiead. widow of the late John Moorhead,
Esq., in the Glth year of her age.
Fnneral from her late residence, Oakland, on
Monday afternoon, November 18, at 2
o'clock. Interment private at a later hour. 2
MORONEY On Friday, November 15. at 2:10
F. M., Maggie, daughter of Matthew J. and
Katie Moroney, aged 3 years 9 months 3 days.
Little Maggie was our darling.
Pride of all our hearts at home;
Alas ! the angel came and whispered,
Little Masgie. do come home.
Funeral will take place from her parents'
residence, rear of 4709 Liberty avenue, Bloom
field, on Sunday. November 17, at 2 p. m.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
McNAMARA On Saturday, November 16,
1SK), at her parents' residence, 572 Fifth ave
nue, late of Temperanceville, Lizzie V., wife
of Patrick McNamara, and daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Kasenbergcr, aged 32 years and
Fnneral from tbe residence of her parents
Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend.
NEWINGHAM On Friday night, Novem
ber 15. at his residence, Henby Newingiiam:,
Funeral services at bis late residence, 3502
OLMSTED Suddenly on Thursday evening,
November 14, 1BS9, Mrs. Maggie Olmsted.
Fnneral services at the residence of Captain
Joseph M. Morrow, No. 112 Washington ave
nue, Allegheny, Sunday at jf:30 p. M. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
Interment at Johnstown Tuesday, November
19, 1SS9, at 2 o'clock P. u.
THOMAS On Friday. November 15, 18S9, at
5 p.m., of diphtheria, BudA, oldest son of C.
J. and Lizzie Thomas, aged 5 years and 5
Funeral from the parents' residence, 116
Twenty-fifth street, on Sunday at 2 p. k.
Friends of tbe family are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
WILL On Saturday, November 16, at 4
ociocK a. ;uu, jacob will, aged 77 years 1
month and 6 days.
Funeral will take place on Monday, No
vember 18, at 830 A. it, from his late resi
dence. No. 100 South Canal street, Allegheny.
Friends of the family are respectf ully invited
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Ladies' carpet seat rockins chairs, JL
Children's chairs. 25c, 31c, 50c, 95c
Children's high chairs, 50e and SL
1 OS-piece decorated dinner set only S 50.
10-piece decorated toilet set only 1 75.
56-piece decorated tea set only ?2 89.
Silk plush albums worth $1 only 69c.
Toilet set in plush box, comb, brush and mir
ror, only 75c .
Odor sets with perfumery only 10c
Elegant waste baskets, 25c. 50c to 51 E0.
Black walnut tables only $1.
o-lt. easels in ebony and clierry only $L
xiui-jung uoxes, carpet lop, only &r.
Book shelves in walnut and 03k only $L
Side and corner brackets. 25u to SI.
American nlate mirrors. 19c. 25c 31c 50c
Chila's silverene table tray, witb spring, 10c
50 dozen engraved decanters only 10c
Coral vases worth 25c, only 10c
Beautiful vases, assr, styles, only 5c
Kid body doll, bisque head, flowing hair,
19 inches long. 25c
Jointed doll, bisque head, flowing hair, 15
inches long, 25c
Kid body doll, bisque head, flowing hair, 22
inches lone;, 50c
Patent head doll, with hair. SO Inohss 1ot,d-
Dressed doll, bisque head, flowing hair, 19
inches lonp:, with shoos, stocking and hat, worth
Jl 25, only 50c
Dressed doll, bisque head, flowing hair, 17
inches lone;, with shoes,stockings and hat worth
JL only 39c
Kid body doll, flowing hair and bonnet,
bisque head, 17 inches long, worth SI 25.only 60c ,
Toys and games, thelargest variety ever shown
in Pittsburg.at one-half the usual price Every-
thing you need in housef urnishing goods in tin
ware, ironware, crockery ware, silverware,
woodenware. The greatest bargains ever seen
on our 5o and 10c counters.
H. G. HAYDEN & CO.
rra mm. " "
k G, CAMPBELL &
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold fc Co., Lim.,)
-UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB.
Office and residence, U31 Penn aveme. Tele
phone connection; mylO-09-MWrsu
TEETH, BEST SET, f 10.
Work guaranteed equal to any in tbe citr. -
RSA6.1. fe.S! -3 -K.yBHkt, Waui-il.
Headache, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the.
Stomach, Bad Taste In tbe Mouth, Bilious At-'
tacKs, raipiianon oi tne Heart, Fain in the
recion of the Kidneys. Forebndinra of Fvn
are the offsprings of a torpid Uver. For these
complaints. Dr. Tutt's Liver Pills bava no
equal. A single dose will convince anyone.
JL New Orleans Report.
G. A. Pickett says: "My habit has been cos
tive all my life. Have used a great many
remedies, but never found any that could com
pare with Tntt's Fills. I believe tber'will cure
any case of chronic constipation. I commend
them to all who are troubled with this dreadful
Tuft's Liver Pills
B.EG1JLATE THE BOWELS.
A:A.-iir..&i&Bi -rfww'.r t 'i
K5r? w-jwi't nsii9,
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
Lines of garments here marked at Lower
Prices than ever before offered. We are
showing a large variety of Cloaks suitable
for school wear, ages 4 to 14 years,
PROM $4 TO $8.
KewEeefer Jackets, very stylish.
Boys' Kilt Suits and Overcoats,
Jine is very attractive. Prices
from cheapest to most expensive.
Hosiery and Underwear. Positively low
est prices for quality of goods. .
Special Sale of Turkish and Damask
120 dozen Turkish Towels at 12Uc
worth 17c. '
120 dozen Turkish Towels at 19c
worth 25c '
75 dozen Turkish Towels at 25j,
75 dozen Turkish Towels at 48c
Open until 9 P. M. Saturday.
710 Penn avenue, 710.
Between Seventh and Eighth its.
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
"We handle only the genuine
London Dyed Seal Plush of our own
importation and sell them at lower
prices than others ask for inferior
qualities. Every garment we sell
we guarantee, so you run no risk
in buying from us. Look around,
get the prices and see the garments
of others, then come to us, and if
we cannot do better for you than
any one else why don't purchase
of us. All we ask is that you see
our Plushes, get our prices and
compare them with what others
show you, and we leave the rest
NOTE THESE PRICES:
SEAL PLUSH' JACKETS,
$8 57, $10 24, $11 49, $15. ,
SEAL PLUSH WRAPS,
$9, $12, $15, $18.
SEAL PLUSH SACQUES,
$15 98, $18, $20, $25,
Ladies' Cloth Newmarkets,
Every conceivable style, pattern
and make is shown in our immense
assortment Everything that is
new and desirable we have. The
crowded state or our Oloak De
partment daily speaks for us better
than mere words. Every price,
from 85 to 835. OQME EARLY
IN THE DAY if possible to avoid
the afternoon rush.
Continued all this Week,
GREAT CUT PRICE SALE
In Silks, Dress Goods and Wash
Fabrics. An opportunity seldom
offered. We are making extraor
dinary preparations' for our
Of Toys, Dolls, Books, Games and
Rich Holiday Goods, due notice of
wnioh will be given in all the daily
Six Dollars and Fifty,
Open to the world for competition
to get a stylish Dresser,
$4 down, $1 per week for balance?
Blaok Cotton Hose of tho famous "Gloria'
Absolutely Fast Black.
TPT?.TnTn TPTP.r-vNr Trm!rvr'vr ri
- I I I I - .4-Vl.V-L. J '-J-V' !- -',
Wo have these Stockings in three qualities:
No. 1 at 38o a pair, or 82 OO per one-half dozen. ,
No. 2 at 50o a pair, or 82 75 per one-half dozen.
No. 3 at Vfio a pair, or 84 25 per one-half dozen. ''
LADIES' BLACE COTTOIf HOSE;;
WARRANTED REGDXAR MADE,
at 18c, 23o, 35o. 38o, 45c, 50o, 65c, 68c, 75c, 88o and 81 25 per pwfct
LADIES' WINTER HOSE,
WARRANTED ALL WOOL,
at 25o, 35o, 40c, 60o, 63c, 65c, 75c, Q8o, 81 OO and 81 SO per Jftirjf
LADIES' SILK HOSE,
at. 65c, 75o, 85c, 88o, 1 OO, 81 25, 81 50, 81 75, 81 88, 82 ObaaTflgj!
92 oo and 82 7o per pair.
IADIES' FAJTOI H0S1,
COTTON AND LISLE,
at 25c, 35c, 38o, 44o, 50c, 63o, 65c, 75o, 88c, 81 OO, 81 25, $1 SO :
CHILDREN'S WINTER HOSE.
LOT L All-wool Ribfced, fashioned, all sizes, 25a
LOT 2. All-wool Ribbed, fashioned feet and gusseted, 35o.
LOT a All-wool Ribbed, spliced knees, all sizes, 44a
LOT 4. Fine Cashmere, all sizes, 50a
LOT 5. French Ribbed, all sizes, 60c.
LOT 6. English Ribbed Cashmere, sizes 6 to 9 Inches, priei-
to 63c per pair.
LOT 7. Ribbed, with spEcad knees, sizes 6 toB inch, priewifltoj
to 68o per pair.
LOT 8. Ribbed Cashmere, with -white full -feet, spliced
ankles, sizes 6o Q inches, prices 70c to 95o per pair.
LOT 9. Boys' Heavy French Ribbed, sizes 7 to 9 inebe,'
7oo to $1 per pair.
LOT lO. Boys' Heavy French Ribbed, sizes 7 to 9 iaohes,'
90o to 81 40 per pair,
INFANTS' CASHMERE HOSE
at 25c, 35c,-42c, 50c, and 63c.
ALSO A FULL LINE OF
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S LECHHNGHl
504-506-508 Market Street, Pittrturg,
EMPLOYERS OF LABOll
Call od, or -write to BENSWANGEE & ZAH2T, Agents, Ub. 0 rnnrfh lTMml
Pittstrarg, Penna., and secure a Policy of Insurance in the EMPLOYEES T.TjfitTTJ'.Trl
ASStTEANCE COEP. OP LONDON, ENQ., prowcriaRjonagainrtawi&BtotoSSI
Employes and defending yon in eases of rait in Court for natae caase. sol-75-iwf
A CLEARANCE SALE IN M!
A Positive Reduction in Evenfe
?- : Department
We guarantee to sell everything
in our large and varied stock of
For Not as Low, but at a
than any house in the universe
Sixth St. and Penn Ave,
uoia niuncs from. 51 up.
silver, 76ci white alloy, JL
Gold downs a specialty.
psE; J.,M. MCCLAREN
" nrtrnnr SteiftbftMA u, A Vsi'm,
tt-faHT i.iir.i.1 -mWIW ir.1" Il.lTnTTT VMi
vSS.n l ?.?QERfi
Solid Walnut Bedroom Suits, that brought $$,-'vem
Parlor Suits, solid Walnut or Cherry; that fonnerlyseSl
for $48 and $58, now selling at $$ andl$45.
Carpets that sold at 75c, 80c and 90c, cut in price tojeffl
65c and 75c. STRICTLY ALL WOOL.
Lace Curtains that brought $4. 50, now selling at $2f5
per pair. ,
Cornice Pole FREE with every' sale. of Lace CurdBSl
this month. ' : .
Come and get a Bargain.
ousehold Wit Co,
405 WOOD STREET.
CASH OR 'EASY PAfmENTS.
HOPPER BROS, & C0.r
THE : COMPLETE
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