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T, A. W. Tliurman and General Powell
Join JUjers, but Assemblymen
' v- -ARE 50TC0HH1TTIKGTHEHSELYES.
,4 'They Won't Express Tieir Preference for
United States Senator
UNTIL THE! KXOW WHAT IS IN IT.
IEFECIAL TELXQBAJJ TO THE DISPJLTCn.1
Columbus, O., November 19. One of
the strange features of the Senatorial con
test is the indifference, the non-committal
tactics of ihe members of the Legislature.
So far as learned there is not a man of whom
anyone has been able to secure a statement
as to his preference among the lanre number
of candidates who nave been announced for
the high honor. It is well-known that the
leading candidates, and especially those
who are able to do so, have been improving
the time for tbe past week or ten days in
usiting the Democratic members of the
Legislature, in -the hope of learning their
prelerences. Some of the Senatorial candi
dates, notably Sir. Brice and Mr. Thomas,
are making a personal canvass, as well as
by means of lieutenants, and all have men
engaged and are doing everything they can
in the way of correspondence to create senti
ment and interest in their special favor.
TAKIKG THEIE TIME.
It is evident that the Democratic mem
bers will not betray their intention until
they have thoroughly looked over the
ground with a view to the most productive
market. The paucity of information which
any of them possesses on the Senatorial
question is simply remarkable. They are
holding themselves in readiness for auy ad
vances which may be made, and so as not to
be embarrassed bv any unnecessary talk
which may work to their disadvantage be
fore the date comes for making a selection.
Experience on this point is a good teacher
"When Senator Payne was selected for the
Senate it is a notorious fact that some few
members who were inclined to talk too
much and commit themselves received only
5200 or S300 lor their votes, while others
discreet received as many thousands. In
select legislative circles the short members
were the butt of ndicnle by their more for
tunate colleaeuesj and yet they were placed
in a position in which they were unable to
open their mouths.
Although there may be some mistake and
the character of the Legislature maybe mis
judged in the main yet the impression pre
vails among the best inlormed that one of
the three millionaire candidates Brice,
Thomas or McLean will draw the prize.
The lesser iights for the position have their
triends and favorites among the leading can
didates, but aside from this they are
GAMBLISO OSf rUBLIC SENTIMENT
and doing everything in their power to cre
ate a prejudice against the monied candi
dates. Those who are basing their prospects
on their competency, ability and past ser
vices to the party, really have some confi
dence in the good judgment of the Legisla
tuie, and entertain hopes that the lucky
number in the drawing may come their
The feeling against the rich man is grow
ing. Among the many foolish and bad
things said by Allen O. Myers he is yet
gaining a respectable following in the stand
he has takeu that a poor man shall be
elected to the Senate. Were it not for the
assumption on the part of Myers which led
many to believe that he is a candidate him
self, his position on the Senatorial question
would command much greater attention
than it does. The idea, however, is original
with him, and in fact there have already
come to his support such men as Allen "W.
Thurman, who was prominent in the camp
paign, and General T E Powell, who was
the Democratic candidate for Governor two
years ago, and who is an avowed candidate
for the Senate. They have both expressed
themselves against a millionaire Senator,
"aad have both given reasons quite at length
why the Democratic party at this time can
not afford to ignore merit and party service
lor a moneyed candidate.
BBICG FOB HIMSELF.
It has been definitely learned that Calvin
S. Brice is a candidate from his own per
sonal action, and no because of any under
standing or trade between him and Mr. Mc
Lean. It is true they had a consultation in
2few York, but no understanding was
reached between them in regard to the
Senatorship. Immediately alterward Brice
rushed to Ohio and announced himself. Be
cause of this prompt action his friends now
claim that he has some 15 or 1G members
from the northwest part of the State who
will support him, as against Mr. McLean's
11 members from Hamilton count?.
The balance of the State is a field for both
candidates, with Mr. Thomas ranging at
large. Each of the three candidates named
will know before they go into the caucus
whether be can secure the nomination, and
unless it is assured in advance,
the probabilities are the candi
date will not be announced. While
Mr. McLean professes not to be a candi
date the politicians believe that if the can
vass indicates, before the caucus is held,
that he can be nominated, he will be in the
fizht. He had, it is claimed, nearly $90,
000 in the legislative contest when Sherman
was selected by two votes, and, if so, it is
not likely that he will allow this invest
ment to go for nothing, when the chances
are much better now for his selection than
they were in 1885.
The uncertainty of the average Ohio
statesman is the only uncertainty in the
coming contest "With the element of con
trariness to govern them, there is little
doubt that in the final windup, the largest
purse will pull the prize.
WINKEES OP THE PRIZE FLiGS.
Westmoreland ond Potter the Banner Re
publican Counties in This Off Year.
rsrzcux- teusgkam to the dispatch, j
Habbisbubg, November 19. Westmore
land and Potter counties are entitled to the
two banners offered by Chairman Andrews,
of the Republican State Committee, as
prizes for the nearest approach at the recent
election to the vote cast for Harrison for
President last year. In Potter county 92
per cent of that vote was polled, and in
Westmoreland 89 per cent. Allegheny
county's Republican vote aggregated only
h1i per cent of the Harrison vote, whife
Philadelphia reached 79 per cent Pike
has the lowest record, 31 per cent, and
Lackawanna comes next, with 41 per cent
Lebanon dropped to 45 per cent, Lancaster
48, Chester 61, Clearfield 51, Clinton 48,
Columbia 47, and Erie 51 Many of the
counties cast only a little more than half
of the vote for Harrison. The average in
the entire State was 64. 8G per cent.
The showing of the Democrats is not
much better than that of the Republicans.
Had they cast 80 per cent ot the Cleveland
vote thev would have elected their candi
date for State Treasurer by a good majority.
AK0THEE FUCK CASE.
An Ohio Lawyer nnd Politician Tlni Got
Himself Into Trouble.
IfPICiAl. TH.EOBJLH TO TUX DISPATCB.!
ZAlfESTTLLE, O., November 19. In the
case of Emma McMillen against David Mc
Millen, in which the plaintiff sought to
obtain a divorce on the ground of willful
desertion, in which the plaintiff testified
that she had gone to the office of A. J.
Andrews in company with her husband,
who had paid him $74 for taking charge of
the case, Judge Phillips has begun pro
ceedings to disDar Andrews on the ground
of collusion to deceive the Court
The case will create quite a sensation as
Andrews, in addition to being quite a
prominent lawyer, if a politican of local
note and Chairman of the Democratic
County Executive Committee.
ScqucI to b Bit Game Played bj Missouri
JSrECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE MSPATCII.1
St. Louis, November 19. A poker game
in which several of Missouri's most prom
inent statesmen took part has been called to
the attention of the Circuit Court of Cooper
county. One evening last June Colonel Joe
Rickey, aprominentMissourian well-known
in Washington, Colonel John G.Prather,
member or the National Democratic Com
mittee, and John S. Elliott, a bank presi
dent and wealthy contractor of Cooper
county, sat down to a poker came in a room
in the Planters' House. It was a big game,
and it did not terminate for 24 hours. Col
onel Elliott was lncky on the start and won
heavily. Later he struck a hoodoo, and
dropped all his winnings, all his ready
cash, and borrowed $1,100 irom Colonel
Prather and dropped that, too. .
A month later Colonel Prather assigned
the debt to Colonel Rickey, for value re
ceived. Colonel Rickey made a demand
upon Colonel Elliott lor payment, but Col
onel Elliott smiled a sickly sort of smile,
and said he did not owe anything, and never
promised to pay the debt. Thereupon Col
onel Rickev sues him in the Circuit Court
of Cooper "county, and the matter has cot
yet been passed upon.
LATE NEWS IS BRIEF.
The Presbyterian Chnrch at Chaumont, N.
Y has extended a unanimous call to Rev. w.
X? Cleveland, brother of the ex-President.
The Shenfl has levied on the property of
the Oneonta cha'r factory of Sawcn fc Co.,
Utica, N. Y. Liabilities 850,000; value.of plant
William Bolauder was killed and three
other workmen narrowlv escaped death by a
cave-in which occurred in the Equator mine,
near Placerville. Col
The commi'ssion appointed by Secretary
Whitney last January to select a Bite for a
navy yard on the Gulf made its report yester
day, lhe commission reports in favor or.
Algiers, opposite the lower end or Iew Or
leans. An Anarchist meeting at Thalia Hall, Chi
cago, resulted in a lively row in which revol
vers were drawn, and, though no one was
killed, two prominent reds, John Mcnser and a
man named Polycarp Zelster, were locked up
at the station.
Mine No. 9, operated by the Lehigh and
Wilkesbarre Coal Company, at Sugar Notch, is
burninc. The fire was discovered yesterday
morning. T,be smoke spread throughout the
mine and became so stifling that the laborers
and miners to the number of 400, who were at
work at the time, had to hastily abandon the
mine. Snperintendeuts Phillips and Scott,
with a lanre force of men, are endeavoring to
check the flames.
At a meeting Monday night of the Typo
graphical Union ot Washington, D. C a reso
lution was adopted repealing the eight-honr
rule that has heretofore prevailed. This ac
tion will allow employers to work their men as
many hours as they please, and will result, it is
believed, in causing the men in the Govern
ment printing office who now work in the day
time, to work also at night, whenever ordered
to do so. Tho printers in the job and news
paper offices opposed the resolution unani
mously, but it was carried by the men from the
Government printing office.
It has been reported that an English syndi
cate was endeavonug to buy out the Elgin
liii.) watcn company, me raioagut w i
company, when questioned, said that no actual
negotiations have occurred. The English peo
ple's representatives merely wanted an option
on tne plant, me manager wouiu not iy wji
figure had been given, but said the reported
price of SS,000,ttX for the concirn was at leas:
$1,000,000 below what the directors would con
sider. In fact, they are not at all certain yet
that they are willing to sell.
The Philadelphia and Reading Railroad
managers at the shopsat Reading have adopted
a novel, but effective plan of getting rid of their
old-fashioned four-wbeeled coal cars, now re
garded as altogether out of date for the require
ment of modern rolling stock. The wheels are
removed from the trucks, and then the cars are
piled up in great heaps in the yard and the
torch applied. For a week 25 cars a day havo
been destroyed, but the work was found to be
going on too slowly at that rate, so on Saturday
a heap of 200 was made at once and reduced to
ashes. That rate will be continued.
Judge Fisher, of St Louis, has rendered a
decision of considerable interest to the em
ployes of corporations doing business in Mis
souri and Illinois. John H. Robinson & Co.
purchased claims airainst several emDloyesof
the Wabash and Western Railway and began
attachment suits in Illinois courts, although
the parties against whom the claims were held
resided in Missouri. The law of Missouri ex
empts a married man's wages from execution.
Judgment was obtained against one Jack Spar
row in a justice's court in Chicago and Spar
row's wages were gamisheed in St. Louis. Tne
railway company applied for an injunction re
straining the garnishment and Judge Fisher
Three weeks ago Georgo Bliss, J. Dillon, L.
Collinger and Sam Newman went to Minne
apolis from Chicago and went to work for
Jacob Mueller, soliciting orders for enlarging
pictures. Friday night Bliss was taken sick,
and an eruption appeared on bis face. He
thought nothing of it until yesterday, when bo
became alarmed and consulted a physician,
wbo told him he had smallpox, and sent him to
Dr. Kilvmgton, tbe health ufficer. Dr. Kilving
ton immediately took steps to prevent the
spread of the diseaso and had all four of the
parties conveyed to the pesthouse. The men
have been all over tbe city in active pursuit of
their business, and there is no telling how much
damage has been done. Steps have been taken
to quarantine the house, and Dr. Kilvington
thinks no serious results will follow.
Jefferson Darij Extremely Weak.
New Orleans, November 19. Last
night Jefferson Davis suffered considerably
from fever, but toward morning his condi
tion became normal. This is the first time
since his removal to this citythat the patient
has been absolutely free from fever. He is,
however, extremely weak.
Cannot be cured by local applications. It is a
constitutional diseaso and requires a constitu
tional remedy like Hood's Sarsaparilla, which,
working through the blood, eradicates the im
purity which causes and promotes the disease,
and soon effects a permanent cure. At the
same time Hood's Sarsaparilla builds up the
whole system, and makes vou feel renewed in
strength and health. Be snre to get Hood's.
"1 suffered severely from chronic catarrh,
arising from impure blood. It became very
bad, causing soreness of the bronchial tubes
and a troublesome cough, which gave great
anxiety to my friends and myself, as two
brothers died from bronchial consumption. I
tried many medicines, but received no benefit.
I was at last Induced to try Hood's Sarsaparilla,
and I am not the same man in health tr feel
ings. My catarrh is cured, my throat is en
tirely well, and a dyspepsia trouble, with sick
headache, have all disappeared." E. M. Lis
COLN, So Chambers st, Boston.
'Sold by all druggists. Jl:sixforS5. Prepared
only by C. L HOOD A CO., Lowell, Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar
The Highest Praise.
Iam.irrcsbyterian clergyman and a Doctor
of Divinity, bnt Ira not afraid to recommend
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey as the purest and most
efficient preparation as a medicine that I know or,
aud my experience is a lirpe one."
KEV. B. MILLS, LL. D.
"I highly recommend Duffy's Pure Malt
Whiskey and prescribe it extensively In my prac
tice." B. W. HCTCniNSOX, M. D., .New York.
"Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is free from fusel
oil. adulterations, or foreign impurities, and
these qualities should recommend it to the high
est public favor."
rzor. Hnxar A. JIott, Ph. D., F. c S..
"I concur In the Indorsement of all that has
been said orDuffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. "
F. E. bMNXEit,
Late Treasurer of the United States.
Can any higher Indorsements than the above be
produced for any known article?
Do they not prove the purity and power or this
Great Kemedy? ,
Be sure, however, and secure only the genuine,
and take none but Duffy's. .
It Is sold by all reputable druggists.
ACT TiTTT-Fl TiTAO-IO
ON A WEAK STOMACH.
2SOtS. t BOX
OF ALL DRUGGISTS.
A T.Anirl7lt Want.
On Saturday our store represents a scene
fairly bewildering. Customers are crowded
and pushed about in their endeavors to be
waited on, and we find it is necessary to
resort to some means to divide the bte Sat
urday rushes Starting this week, we will
hold our Thursday bargain sales of fine
clothing, 4d we intend to offer such tempt
ing bargains for this day as to make it a
complete snecess and outshine even the
rushes of Saturday. Thursday, November
21, watch for it and our big ads announcing
our sale. We intend to sell fine clothing at
cost on that day. "Wait for Thursday, the
bargain dav at our store. P. C. O. C,
Cor. Grant'and Diamond sts., opp. the new
Reason With Us.
Is it not unreasonable to expect an install
ment house, or any house that charges
goods and waits from six months to eternity
for their money, to sell you "goods as cheap
as a spot cash house. "We knew there was
an opening for such a business in Allegheny,
and from the day we announced our cash
prices, about three vears since, we have had
a continual rush. " The old ''landmarks
realize how we are monopolizing the cash
buyers, and wonder at the popularity we
have attained in so short a time. Ask any
one vou meet where is the best place to buy
drvgoods, cloaks, etc, and they will in
variably reply, "if you buy for cash," go to
Thornton Bro's. Cash Store. We make no
For ladies and gents, misses and boys, at
the lowest prices.
530 Smithfield st.
Special Sale Plush Pacqucs!
800 fine plush sacques, ?1B to 25, best
values ever shown.
jiwsu Eosenbatjm & Co.
Don't let whisky get the best of you, but
get the best of whisky. Klein's Silver Age
rye only $1 50 per "full quart For sale
everywhere. Ask lor it aiwp
Cash paid for old gold and silver at
Hauch's jewelry store, No. 295 Fifth ave.
Men's fine neckwear. l
James H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth ave.
A majokitt bf people prefer F. & V.'s
Pilsner beer for family use. 'Phone 1186.
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
Michael W. Berkmyer ......Derry station
I Katie V. Beck Robinson township
5 Adam Dnrath Allegheny
J Minnie Ketterle Beltzhoover borough
I Leonhard Merriman Ohio township
Anna Morrow Ohio township
Howard B. Barker K!'J8U5
I Ann F. Crouch Pittsburg
5 Agnes Nash PlttsburK
F Alpert Pittsburg
Carlott kaverty Allegheny
AnnaM. Ulcdile Pittsburg
5 Charles C. Kodgers IS'SSSf
Katie C. Schraunn McKeesport
C Henry Austin KH!!w5
Maggie Steele Pittsburg
Jacob Baudyk pirShSrf
I Annie Bora Pittsburg
I Arthur M. Klnstcln A!ShSSJ
J Kleanoro Guckenhelmer Allegheny
j George W.McKclvey rlSrtnfS
Loella M. Dempscy P"t!a
(JohnL. Kogerson TSfSJ MiSSlth
5 Martha Thomas n est Ulzabetn
f rhunneev LonD West Brownsville
jSffe raMSnon....... West Brownsville
( Martin E. Burthardt Shaler township
iKloVence S Parker Shaler township
iiimrafhrrv Mifflin township
Ke?urahsfc........ Jefferson township
Patrick Cunnen SffiSSS
JKate Deer .V, ? K
Andrew H.Uodkey AulfhlSf
I Olive A. Jones Auegneny
ARSISTRONG-On Monday, November 18,
at 420 P. M., Fanny E., widow of tbe late Will
iam Armstrong, aged 76 years.
Funeral from tho residence of her brother,
John B. Craig, 216 Irwin avenue, Allecheny.
Wednesday, the 20th inst, at 2 r. m. Friends
of tho family aro respectfully invited to attend.
Please omit flowers. 2
DTJFFY On Tuesday, November 19, at ;
p. M.. at the residence of his grandfather. J. F.
D. Keating, Keating House, West View, Per
rysville road, Josei-h Keating, aged 6 years
8 months and 19 davs. eldest son of Charles
Duffy, Jr., and Agnes V. Keating.
Notice hereafter of funeraL
GOOD On Monday. November 18, 1889, at
5:15 a. at, James E Good, aged 30 years.
Funeral will take placo from the residence of
his sister. Miss Mary Good, 219 Thirty-eighth
street on Wednesday, at 2 p. M. Friends of
the family aro respectfully invited to attend. 2
HUBBARD On Novemtfer 19 at 10 A. M.,
Gtrr Page, son of H. P., Jr., and Bessie a
Service at the residence of his uncle, J. Ij.
WilUams7330 Fifth avenue, TO-DAYat 2 o'clock.
Interment private at a later hour.
MAXWELtr-On Mondav. November 18,
1SS9, at 4 r. m., James A. Maxwell, in tho
65th year of his age.
Funeral on Wednesday afternoon at 2.o0
from Third U P. Church, Ridco 6treet Alle
gheny. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend.
ROERIG On Monday, November 18, 18S9
at 12 45 P. M., Pearl K., daughter of John and
Paulina Roerig, aged 4 years.
Funeral from the residence, Shaler town
ship, Wednesday, at 2 p. m. Friends of tho
family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
BHATJGHNESSY-On Tuesday, Novomber
19, 1889, at 5 A.M., FRANK SHAUGHNESSY,
aged a2 years.
Funeral from his late residence, Singer's
HUi, Wilkinsburg, on Thursday, 21st inst, at
9 a.m. Services at St James' Church, Wil
kinsburg. Interment at St Mary's Cemetery.
Friends of tho family are respectfully invited
to attend. a
SLENTZ On Tuesday, November 19, at 2 A.
M.. Edmund B. Slentz, aged 73 years.
Funeral Wednesday, November 20. 1889, at
3 P. M-, from residence of his daughter, Mrs. S.
J. Little. No. 220 Washington avenue. Friends
of the family are respectfully Invited to attend.
WEIBLEY On Monday, November 18, at
9.30 P. m., of scarlet fever. Bora Alberta,
youngest daughter of E. H. and Emma Weib
lev, aged 1 year and 9 months.
Funeral will take place from their residence,
No. 194 Washington avenue, Allegheny, Pa.,
Wednesday, November 20, at 10 a. m. Inter
Carlisle papers please copy.
WENZELAt Verona. Pa., on Tuesday, No
vember 19. at 3.30 p. m., John H. Wenzel, in
the 42d year of his age.
Funeral services at his late residence, Verona,
Pa., on Thursday, at 10 o'clock a. m. Friends
of the family are respectfully Invited to at
tend. WHITE On Tuesday, November 19. 1889,
Thomas, son of Joseph and Eliza White, aged
14 months 6 days.
Funeral from tho residence of his parents, 76
River avenue, Allegheny, on Wednesday, tho
20th Inst, at 2 o'clock p.' M. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend.
JAMES M. FULUiRTOl,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Street.
Telephone 1153. ap27-82-wrsn
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold A Co., Urn.,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1134 Penn avesue. Tele
phone connection. mylQ-69-MWTSn
ORCHIDS AND ROSES OF PARE BEAUTY.
A. M. J. B. MURDOCH,
JT4 A SMITHFIELD ST.
01 U Telephone 429. nogO-MWT
JOHN R. & A. MURDOCH,
508 Smithfield Street
Telephone 239. noZO-M-arj
-pKPRESKNTED IN PITTSBURG IN lSd
Assets . 19171,69683.
Insurance Co. of Forth America,
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. 1a20-s2-i
TEW raSrfrjRG" DISPATCH? WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBEK ,
WATTLES & SHEAFER.
Certainly have the largest assortment of
ID I-IMIO 1ST 3D SI
in the city. We have not advanced
our prices, and don't intend to as
long as our present stock lasts (al
though the prices of Diamonds have
advanced from 20 to 33 per cent).
You will save money by buying
from us at our
NEW STORE, 37 FIFTH AVE.
Of, all the best makes in all tho
Of floor coverings that will please and delight
the eye for lowest possible prices. Longest
U000 Art Squares
$5 and upward, which make that stock so full
of eager purchasers.
1,100 Yards Linoleum
50 cents, ranging in styles to suit purchasers.
T, M, LAT1WIEB,
138 Federal and 46 South Diamond
Streets, Allegheny, Pa,
Draped on Order.
Special Colors on Order.
P. C. Sclioeneck,
711 LIBERTY ST.
OPPOSITE WOOD ST. nol7-WSn
Felt Sole Shoes
Combine every element in
keeping the feet warm.
show these goods in all the de
partments, in as many styles
as the wants require, whether
intended for iced walks or the
comforts of home. These goods
are proof against cold feet,
neat in appearance and perfect
Now open, full lines of Satin
Quilted Slippers for Toilet use.
Market St, Entrance 430-436.
Braddock House, 916 Braddock Ave.
The Finest Meat-FIiAvobiho Stock
Extract of Meat.
TJSB II FOB SOUPS,
Beef Tea, Sauces and Made Dishes.
Genuine only with fac-simileof
Justus Ton Liebig's
SIGNATURE IN BLUE INK
Sold by storekeepers, grocers and drugosts.
LUIU'B KJk.TiVAVJJ. ut JUlia.1
THE AMERICAN FIRE
Total Assets, January L 18S7 $2,301,858 C6
EDWABDS & RENNET, Ag'ts,
QO FOURTH AVE., Pittsburg, Pa.
Teleohone 76a jalSOO-'W
Broom Manufacturers Supplies
ROBERT DICKEY & CO.,
77 WATER SX. AND 98 FIRST AVE.
Telephone 163. vS&il-KWV
TAT - SVtJ- ". "' -'.'"- ' "
25 TO 50 PER CENT
The preparations for our
coming Holiday Bazaar de
mand more space. To get it
we are holding a sort of auc
tion in our Furniture Annex.
What would insure a ready
sale at auction we have made
the only limit for our price
cutting. Pedigree and cost
count for nothing in this clear
OUR UPSET PRICES
will be marked in plain figures,
and you can take or leave
with a free choice and without
the haste and embarrassment
of a real auction.
Our surplus must go. The
offering includes Chamber
Furniture, Parlor Furniture,
Dining Room Furniture, Hall
Furniture, Ladies' Writing
Desks, Center Tables, Chiffon
iers, Office Chairs, Odd Chairs,
33 FIFTH AVENUE.
Established Fifty-three Years.
In Seal, Astrakhan, Persian Lamb, Black
Lynx, Alaska Sable, Monkey, In the latest
French patterns, puff shoulders, roll collars, at
the lowest prices. Bee our Genuine Monkey
Capes, 15-in. long, at 122. Genuine Monkey
Muffs at $3 SO. Genuine Monkey Collars atW 50.
SEAL SACQUES, WRAPS AND
Genuine Seal London Dyed,
close-fitting Jacket at $97 for a short time only.
Also Seal Wraps at S10O. Tho finest grade of
Alaska Seal Bacque, regular length, $200.
Sole Agents for the celebrated Treadwell
Sacques, mahogany dye, warranted 12 years.
Genuine Seal Capes, 15-in. long, puff shoulders,
rolling collars, SIS.
441 WOOD STREET,
Paris Exposition 1889 :
3 GKAND PHIZES 5 GOLD MEDALS.
VANILLA (sante) QUALITY.
ASK FOB YELLOW WBAPPEB, 40c 1 LB.
BRANCH HOUSE. UHIOM SQUARE, N.Y.
jas. im & BRO.,
BOILERS, PLATE AND BHEET-tROH
PATENT SHEET IRON ANNEALINa
With an Increased capacity and hydraulic
machinery we are prepared to f urnishau work
In our line cheaper and better than by the old
methods Repairing and general machine
work. Twenty-nintartreet and Allegheny Val.
ley Railroad, ieo-65-XTB
Jp' . TZ5Tk
m.',. T. irt.a.Jjrl. ...
20 - 1889;
stc . .
CONTINUED ALL THIS WEEK!
OUR GREAT CUT PRICE SALE
SILKS, DRESS GOODS,
Ladies 4-button Kid Gloves in black, brown
and tan, reduced from 75c to 58o pair.
Ladies' 4-button Kid Gloves in black, brown,
tan and slate, at 74c pair.
Ladies' G-book Kid Gloves in black, brown,
tan and slate, at 03c pair.
Ladies' 5-hook Kid Gloves in black, brown,
tan and slate, at $1 24 pair.
Ladies' 7-hook Kid Gloves in black, brown,
tan and slate, at 1 49 pair. ,
Ladies' 8-button Mousquetaire Gloves in tan
at 79c pair.
Ladies' Cashmere Gloves at 25e pair.
Ladies' Cashmere Gloves at 39c pair.
Gents' Cloth Gloves, 60c and 69c pair.
Misses' 4-button Kid Gloves at 50c pair.
Misses' Cashmere Gloves, 25o pair.
Ladies' Black All-wool Hose 25c, worth 38c
Ladies' Natural "Wool Hose 25c.
Ladies' Fancy Merino Hose 25c, worth 35c.
Ladies' Black Fleeced Hose 25c, worth 39c
Ladies' Oxford Merino Hose 39c, worth 50c
Ladies' Black Wool Hose, ribbed tops, 39c
Ladies' Solid Color Wool Hose 39c, worth 50c.
Ladies' Fine Cashmere Hose 49c, worth 60c
Ladies' "Wool Hose, in all new shades, 49c
Ladies' Black Cashmere Hose, double soles,
58c, worth 75c
Ladies' Wool Hose, in extra sizes, 60c
Children's Black Wool Hose 19c
Boys' Heavy Mixed Wool Hose 24c, worth 35c
Boys' Machine-knit Hose, for school, 25c,
Boys Extra HeavyRibbed Hose, all wool,39c
Misses Black French Wool Hose, double
Misses' Fine Black Cashmere Hose 50c,
Men's Scarlet Wool Hose 25c
Men's Heavy Natural Wool Hose 25c.
Men's Black Cashmere Hose 39c, worth 60c
Men's Scarlet Knit Hose, extra quality, 39c
Men's Camel Hair Hose, double heels and
Men's Natural Wool Hose 39c, were 45c
Ladies' Lynx Sets, Muff and Stole, worth
55 50, at $3 99 a set.
Ladies' Lynx Muff and Boa, worth $7 50, at
54 99 a set.
Ladies' Opossum Muff and Stole, worth
?5 50, at ?3 99 a set, and a
Ladies' Muffand Stole Black Hair nicely
trimmedj and worth 54, at 52 49 a set.
Also an immense assortment ot Children's
Furs, from 51 50 per set up.
Sixth St. and Penn Ave.
CLOAK -:- DEPARTMENT!
LADIES' BEAUTIFUL WRAPS,
Lovely Plush Garments,
Stylish Children's Cloaks.
i Ladies' Fino English Chevron
Paletot Jacket, in black and navy
blue, bound with silk braid.
All satin facings and elegantly fin
ished. rLadies' Beal Flush Coat. 40 inobes
long. Quitted satin lining, real seal
, skin loops and well made through-
rtrtn nn i Ladies' Angora Newmarket with
S3U Oil S Empire plush sleeves and satin
Vww w jjgjngj. a very stylish garment
Fleishman k Co.,
Beautiful Plaques that will surprise you at
only aac eacn. """"
BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
406 and 408VVood Street
'THE WONDER OF THE AGE."
LOOK AT OUR BARGAINS.
100 nickel clocks only 75c.
100 nickel alarm clocks only 95c.
Ladles' carpet seat rockinjr chairs, 51.
Children's chairs. 25c, Sic, 60c, 9oc.
Children's high chairs, 60c and II.
1 OS-piece decorated dinner set only w 6a
10-piece decorated toilet set onlvSl 7a.
55-piece decorated tea set aaly 3 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. 60c to U 60.
Black walnut tables only .
6-ft, easels in ebbny,and cherry only JL
Blacking boxes, carpet top. only JL
Book shelves in walnut and oak only f L
Side and corner brackets. 25c to jj
American plate mirrors. 19c, 25c, Sic. 60c.
Child's silrerene table tray, with spring, 10c
60 dozen engraTed decanters only 10c.
Coral vases worth 25c, only 10c.
Beautiful vases, assr. styles, only 6c ,
Kid body doll, bisque head, flowing nalr,
19 inches long, 25c
Jointed doll, bisque head, flowing hair, 15
inches long, 25c. ,
Kid body doll, bisque head, flowing nalr, 23
inches long, 50c
Patent head doll, with hair, SO inches long,
Dressed doll, bisque head, flowing hair, 19
inches Ion?, with shoes, stocking and hat, worth
fl 25, only 60c
Dressed doll, bisque head, flowing hair, 17
inches lone, with shoes,stockings and hat, worth
11, only 69c
Kid body doll, flowing ban- and bonnet,
bisque bead, 17 inches long, worth li 25,only 60c
Thousands of dolls, all kinds, for 6c ana 10c
Toys and games, the largest variety ever shown
in Pittsborg,at one-halithe usual price. Every
thing you need in bousef uruishing goods In tin
ware, ironware, crockery ware, silverware,
woodenware. The greatest bargains everaeen
on our 5o and 10c counters.
H. C. HAYDEN &, CO.
Raisins, Prunes, Nuts, E vapor
NT? ITr ated Peaches, Apricots,
Jl W New Orleans Mo-
TnsasAT, November JS.
. THREE EXTRA BARGAINS.
46.LNCH BLACK CASHMEBES at 65c,
75ean.d 85c both jet and bine blacks we
have 4 0 and 46 inch BLACK! CABH
MEBElS at 50o that are good values but
no comparison for values or bargains as
these 46-1 nch goods at 65c, 75c and 85c If
you will .examine these wide Black Cash
meres yon. will find them so much better
bargains -Ihan any we or anybody else can
sell you at 50c; that you will buy these
wider and finer and better goods 46-inch
Black Cash. mf res at 65c, 75s and 85c
BOGGS & BUHL,
115,117,119.121 Jederal st, Allegheny.
K. B. HOLLTAAY GOODS opening
CLOAKS AKD :t?TJBS in large assort
ments newest and be it and low prices.
FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE
Begins This Wee-k.
READY TUESDAY M0RNJNG
Over 30,000 Yards
Moire, Satin, Satin, and
Gros Grain and Bro
In all the Fancy Shades; in Kos. 5, 7. 9. IX
16, 22 and 40. This is a large lot of Eibbona
purchased away below the real value, and
the prices at which" they will baSOLD
ABOUT HALE THE OBIGIKAL TIG
TJBES at which they hava been selling,
ranging from 10 cents to 50 cents per yard.
This is a, good chance to get the Bibbocs.
yon want for yoflr
HOLIDAY FANCY WORK
and decorations in general. You will find
the goods so displayed that yon will have no
trouble to see them.
COME IN AT ONCE.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH A VHNTTB.
BY FAR THE MOST attractive stoclc of
Clotxung- ever within our walls. Stylisn;'
full of oamstakinp-: earmarks of ereatf
care in every point of manmfacture; thoroughly i
reliable and costs
that's made specially tocatc-hthe eye.
Corner Sixth Street
JUST SIXTY SE60ND&
One minute of your valuable
you beyond a doubt that you can
nii n jrttZ. Sv huvtna at
We trill vositivelv cloie entirely in December. ThtewiUre-,
quire a rush and te this end
Zamps, comprising Library, Banquet, JPiane, Vase twj
all other varieties; Chandeliers and Hall Lights, GUi8su)are0
Fine Cut, Tressed and Blown Queensware, Forceladn and.
ClUna Tea. Dinner and Chamber Sets; Fish, Game an ae
st,, Boa rwih. clacks.
v.imw,, . , - -,
Umbrella Standi. Bric-a-Brac, comprising aU the rem oumem
Potteries of High Art; Onyx Tables, Wedding and AnrUv-i
sary Gifts, and a immense, slock of Holiday Gifts.
935 Pwm Avt., BatwiM Mirth aid Ten Str.
f 3 .
k - '. t
SEW Am KKTIHKJtgJfTa.'
Desirous of being dressed in the newest and
proper styles and at money-saving prices,
will find no difficulty in selecting from onf
magnificent line ot Overcoats, which In
cludes Nobby Melton Top Coats, with, and
without flannel lining and s"et-in velvet
collars; elegant black, blue and Ian cy Chev
iots, trimmed with wide binding and with
or without velvet collars; handsome bine,
brown and fancy Chinchillas; Ulsters in
blue, Oxford jrrays and light, fancy Chin
chillas; Cape Overcoats In light-colored
Cheviots, superb tllic-lined imported Mel
tons, Chinchillas and Fur Beavers, etc, etc.
Middle-Aged and Elderly Gentlemen
Will also find their wants in Overcoats
abundantly and carefully provided for.
Plain colored Meltons, Chinchillas. Beavers,
Cassimeres.Worsteds. in good, solid weight,
comfortable sues, durable make and at
OUB TALLOBING DEPARTMENT
hows the largest line of Foreign and Dc-
r..v .V..W. R-, ---"-O- ---------- Y
ings. uarmenis neeueu -iur j.uauiui&
Dav should be ordered now. Our work is
unapproachable for ita high class qualities
our prices for their lowness. 2?it always
HATS are moving lively. Newest shape
in Black and Colors ic Stiff Hats all grade
from $1 to $4, and in Soft Hats from COo
to $4 75.
.. ..on r- . . n. a ti .
lbi, 106 reaerai at., Aiiegneny.
, - n?l
Hand - SeweGlj
Foil lines of Ladles' and Gesffij
Fine Shoes. Styles to suifcalljj
shapes of feet. Perfect Fit,
401 WOOD STREET,
Cer. Fwrth ave., FitttlHirfcFi;
ANCHOR REMEDY COMPNJg
329 XIBKKTT -STREET.
Anchor- sfieclsltiea. 'CjMm'i
(Remedy, Bheumatic Remssy.Wi
i V Dyspepsia, Eemedy. Beer. ViM
r Jt and iron. Beef, Wino Ira amt.
Eve t PHls, Liniment, ana extra large strength-
enine piasters, no uare uroasmua ux
moni.ll a from pepple who have used the JK li
and all commend them as being the best ptjs ::
aratlos In the market. We gurant .
faction Jn all cases where the direction tmj
earafnilv ioiiowea. jex
J&. a? e ;et t s
m. -x TWtTTO O.IUUhm m DnArtJI 3N
no more man tne v.iominj
for a. large business.
and Pemn Avenue.';
save from 25c todfoon eae
our (treat. Closinct Out Ssri. i
toe have still furthers reduced M
Gas Fixtures. Cusvdores and
hfc lrt f',,.-