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THE PITTSBtmG: DISPTCJH, SUNDAY.
24, "f 1889;
ICMADA A EEPUBLIC.
Eecent Utterances in That Direction
STIR AT THE ENGLISH CAPITAL
Queen Tictoria Only Utiles the Dominion
iKKEXATION TO 1HE UNITED STATES.
Brutes Wiman Mates a Stroic Eptcli in Faior of
a Closer Connection.
Political circles in England are agitated
by the reports of the progress of Republican
sentiment in Canada. In a speech at
Toronto last night Erastus "Wiman declared
in favor of an independent Republic or an
nexation to the TJiiited States
LBY CABLE TO T1TK DIErATCH.!
,1ONTJON-, November 23. Copyright
The cabled reports ofEepublican utterances
in French-Canadian newspapers hare caused
considerable stir here. The first impulse
was to trace the trouble to wicked Irish 2Ta
lionalists, but as that attempt failed ludic
rously, recourse was had to the old argu
ment thatafter all it did not much matter,
seeing that Canada is already virtually
a Republic an argument which loses
none of its picturesqueness by the fact that
it is used by Tories and Liberals alike, and
that all seem to derive much comlort from
it One Eadical organ which supports the
Government and generally reflects Joseph
Chamberlain's political opinions, after
calmly remarking that the connection of a
dominion with this country is more nominal
than real, and the Governor General more
ornamental than useful, proceeds to speak
its mind as follows:
"What will hasten the separation of Canada
from Great-Britain is the insistance on the part
of tbe Government of this country to send a
member of tbe House of Lord as Governor
General, instead of eendinc, as they might do
and should do at all events sometimes, men in
closer touch with the people, and who are bet
ter acquainted iwth the popular feelings and
tendencies. It may te in closer harmony with
the fitness of things to send peers, and largely
because they are peers, as proconsuls to India,
because India, with its old civilizations, is per
meated by the hereditary principle. It is dif
ferent in Canada, where tbe people and popular
government are omnopucnt. "
A VOICE FEOSI CANADA.
A dispatch from Toronto says: Erastus
"Wiman spoke here thir evening on "Closer
Trade Relations Between the United States
and Canada." He saidlin part:
In the United States circumstances are ex
tremely favorable to some arrangement whereby
trade may be extended to all parts of tbe con
tinent, North and South. The demand for free
raw material in lumber, iron, copper, coal, fish,
fruit and wool, and also small grains is very
Btrong,wblle the nccessitvlor enlarged markets
is equally apparent The Pan-American Con
gress is an indication of a desire for enlarged
relations with neighboring nations. Whv not
with Canada, already the best customer of the
The enormous Treasury surplus calls for a re
daction in customs, and as those levied on
Canadian products amount to only 5,003,000.
equal to less than 10 cents per head to the
population of the United States, nothing would
ha more popular than its removal if an ex
tension of commerce to continental proportions
and the opening up of abundant sources of
supply could bu thereby achieved. In Canada,
also, '"the circncstances point plainly to the
necessity of change in thepolicy of the country.
NOT A BEIGHT PEOSPECT.
The population is declining, tbe debt increas
ing, and the flcures show that since confedera
tion, 28 years ago, the deficit between exports
and imports amount to $315,000,000, while the
excess in the United States during the same
period 3mount to $5)00,000,000. Englail is
exactmc interest from Canada at the rate of
125.000,000 a year more than her total expor; of
orcadstuffs. Meantime the young men of
Canadaask, what Is the good of British con
nection if it prevents the country from an
alliance with the United States, by which alone
the vast resources of the Dominion can secure
proper development If commercial union
could be achieved by concurrent legislation a
great stride forward would be taken toward a
unification of interests between the two coun
tries. If this resulted m a political union in time it
would be welcome to tbe United States and
perhaps in time to Canada. If, on tbe other
band, indeDendcnce from Great Britain was de
sired it would not be seriously objected to.
With British capital pouring out at its present
rate, it would take less than 0 years for Great
Britain to control one-half the industrial es
tablishments of tho United States, and with
that country paying annually at least 100,000,
090 to London In the shape of interest and divi
dends, the United States would be far more im
portant to Great Britain than Canada.
Apart from this monetary interest, it is sig
nificant that the great statesmen of England
recognize in the United States the representa
tive of English civilization on the continent of
North America, as shown by the remarkable
speech of Mr. Gladstone at Paris, in which be
predicted in America in a hundred years a pop
ulation oi OW.UW.WV.
If with the United States of Brazil, following
in tbe steps of the United States of Colombia,
which followed in the wako of the United
States of America, there should be created the
United States of Australia and eventually the
United States ot Canada, Great Britain would
not be injured, but rather glorified by thus per
mitting nearly 0 per cent of her empire to
assume a condition of independence, self-reliance
and prosperity, so gloriously illustrated
by the career of the neighboring Republic The
worldmoves rapidly in these days, as shown by
tho recent revolution.
Use Horsford'a Add Pboiphnte.
Dr. Lorenzo Waite, Pittsfield, Mass., says:
"From its use for a period of about eight
weeks, to tbe exclusion of all other remedies,
I attribute the restoration to health of a pa
tient who was emaciated to the last degree, in
consequence of nervous prostration and dys
pepsia. This patient's stomach was in such an
irritable condition that lie could not bear
either liquid or solid food. An accomplished
physician of many years experience, whom I
called in consultation, pronounced his case an
incurable one. At this stage I decided to use
Horsford's Acid Phosphate, which resulted as
Oar Monday Specialty.
The good thing we offer for to-morrow is
overcoats in three styles of very fine im
ported goods. They are imported Schnabels,
chinchilla, English kersey and ribbed broad
wale. tKo ueed to say they are made up in
cutom-taiIor style and just the thing for
fine dressers. Our price to-morrow will be
514 for choice of these high-class goods. It
will pay you to see them. P. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
Also, we will sell 250 cape overcoats and
ulsters at 510 and 512. P. C. C. C.
One of Dabbs' cabinet photographs will
make an acceptable Christmas present. His
gallery. No. 602 Liberty St., will be open
Afternoon Tea Afternoon Tea.
Special opening of evening and reception
bonnets Tuesday and Tuesday nieht. Not.
26. at E. S. Giles', 94 and 96 Federal street,
Peepare for the holidays. Cabinet
photos $1 per doz. Extra panel picture at
Lies' Popular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st
For a good fitting dress suit or overcoat
gc to Pitcairn's, 434 Wood street ttsu
Foe undoubted excellence "Wainwrieht's
beer leads all competitors. Telephone 5525.
Watches and clocks of all reliable
makers. Low prices. Aug. Locit,
145 Federal st
Opera, Opera, Opern.
Special gaslight opening of evening bon
nets for opera wear Tuesday night, Nov. 26,
5 to 9 o'clock. E. S. GILES,
94 and 90 Federal street, Allegheny.
Jnt Half a Dozen Trains Each Day,
With through Pullman sleeping car service,
ovei the Pennsylvania lines from Pittsburg
Union station to Chicago, leaving by cen
tral standard time.
Distance 468 miles'. Time as follows:
By Panhandle Route:
Leave Pittsburg. . . .1:15 A. m. 12.-05 P. 21.
Arrive Chicago 5:00 p. si. 725 A. at.
By Foet Wayne Route:
Leave Pittsburg. . . .7:25 a. m. 12.20 P. M.
Arrive Chicago ... .930 P. M. 7:00 a. m.
By Foet Wayne Boute:
Leave Pittsburg. . . .8:45 p. m. 1120 P. M.
Arrive Chicago. . . .9:45 A. M. 5.-00 P. M.
Exclusively for the accommodation of
Pittsburg passengers, a Pullman perfected
safety vestibule sleeping car is run on the
"Limited." leaving Pittsburg at 8:45 P. at.
daily. This car is ready at the Union sta
tion to receive passengers at 8 p, M., central
time, or 9 P. m., Eastern, time. If you
would know more of the facilities afforded
to Western travelers bv the Pennsylvania
lines inquire of any of their agents, or kind
ly call upon or drop a note to Samuel
Moody, District Passenger Agent, at 1127
Liberty street, Pittsburg. He will answer
you cheerfully and promptly. ttsu
Everybody is delighted with the beauti
lul cabinet photos made by Pearson, the
leading photographer. His work speaks for
itself. Galleries 96 Fifth avenue and 43
Federal street, Allegheny.
wr. sa" viTc I
Latest improved Spectacles and Eye-Glasses;
will fit any nose with ease and comfort The
largest and best stock of Optical Instruments
and Artificial Eves.
KORNBLUM, Theoretical and
No. 50 Fifth avenue, near Wood street
Telephone No. 10S6. seI9-rjsu
What do doctors know
They know a good deal
more sometimes, than they
dare give their patients the
benefit of !
What are they afraid of ?
Losing their patients.
Many a woman would throw
her doctor overboard sooner
than change her corset.
What do women know
The doctors and women
together know all there is to
be known. They all agree
that Ball's is the proper cor
set You can go to your store
and get' it and wear it two or
three weeks and get your
money again, every cent of
it, if you want it.
The store has a primer on
Corsets for you.
Chicago Cobskt Co..Chicago and Now York.
SOLID GOLD SPECTACLES
And Eye Glasses. 15 and upward.
J. DIAMOND, Optician,
no24-10S-TTSSu 22 SIXTH ST., Pittsburg.
3-TfiS 55 NINTH ST.
Office hours for inserting eyes, 1 to 3 P. M.
Saturdays, 1 to 6 P. M. so25-8u
f? '''3 C33
The largest and finest assortment in the city,
sold at low prices
Gold spectacles, $5 and upward. 15 Gold Eye
Glasses with, chain attached.
Field Glasses. Telescopes, Microscopes. Ba
rometers, Thermometers, etc, etc Call and
J. DIAMOND, Optician,
22 SIXTH STREET.
P. 8. A beautiful present given to mery
JrCcLTS obtained the only gold medal
awarded solely for toilet SOAP in competi
tion with all the world. Highest possible
IN OUR POPULAR BRAND
Will be found a combination not
always to be had.
A Fine Quality of PLUG TOBAC
CO at a Reasonable Price.
Look for the red Htin tag on
If you are looking for a
DON'T FAIL TO GIVE
A FAIR TRIAL.
Ask your dealer for it. Don't take any other.
JNO. FINZER & BROS.,
MASH YOUR' SELECTION OF A
FUR CAP FROM
Magnificent and Matchless Stock!
GENTS' COLLEGE STYLE
In Oregon Seal, 87c, 9So and tl 20.
' In Alaska Seal, $5, t8 and $10.
We have made special preparations to meet
the demand for Fur Caps for thefall and win
ter of 1889-90. Not only do wa carry a larger
stock than former seasons, but (what is very
important to the public) in the way of prices
we are determined to sweep aside and utterly
silence all competitors. Sealskin, as everybody
knows, went up 40 per cent last summer. An
ticipating such an event, we made our purchases
just before the rise and are now in a position to
quote tbe same prices as last year, which means
a difference of 35 per cent from what other
houses are enabled to name.
The Hatter and Furnisher,
421 and 423 Smithfleld St
We are now offering some of tho greatest Holiday Bargains ever before thought of in Watches.
Ladies' Solid Gold Watches, stem winding and setting, Swiss movements, !9 60 toSlT. Ladies'
Solid Gold, stem winding Watches, Elgin or other American movements, 516 75. $18 50 20.
J21 25, 523 50, $25. Gents' Watches, gold nlled. any American movement, J13 50. Gents' Watches.
stem winding, American, Solid Gold, 122 to 570. Ladies Silver Chatelaine Watches, stem winder.
85 50. Men and Boys' Silver Watches, from $3 up. Each Watch sold is guaranteed to be Btrictly
as represented or money refunded. Also a complete line of Jlarble, Onyx and Wooden Clocks.
Bronzes, Fancy China ware. Bisque, Silverware, etc
HZ. SId1, 934 Liberty St, Cor. Smithfleld.
P. S. Watch for Ring Snap No. 9. noZ4-rrssu
Is our Bed Lounge, which we sell for
$10;; TEN DOLLARS. SIO
$4 DOWN, $l PER WEEK FOR BALANCE
ft xv r
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tp & &'
,7 ?Z & "5 $ S
Is 6ur Tarlor Suit, which we sell in six or seven pieces,' for
$40. FORTY DOLLARS. $40
$I0 DOWN, $2 PER WEEK FOR BALANCE.
HAIR ON THE FACE, NECK, ARMS OR ANY PART OF THE PERSON
EASILY, QUICKLY AND SAFELY REMOVED WITH
And the growth destroyed without slightest injury or discoloration to the skin.
vuuuviuiiuijii accioENi. xn compounding anotner preparation, the
incomplete mixture was accidentally spilled on tbe back of the hand, and
on washing afterward it was discovered that the hair was completely re
moved. We purchased the new discovery and named it MODENE. It is
perfectly pure, free from all injurious substances, and guaranteed to be as
harmless as water. It is so simple anyone can use it, ana
yon will be surprised and delighted with tbe results. It acts mildly
bat surely. Apply for a few minutes, then wash off, and the hair goes with
it. It has no connection whatever with any other hair preparation evernsed
for like purposes and no scientific discovery has ever obtained such wonder
ful results. IT CANNOT FAIL. If the hair be thin and fine, one application
will remove it permanently. The heavy growth, such as the beard, or hair
on moles, may require two or more applications before all the roots are
destroyed, although all hair will be removed each application. Young peo
sons who find an embarrassing growth of hair cominir should use Modena to
early destroy its growth.
Recommended by all Who Havs Tested its Merits Used by People of
Gentlemen who do not appreciate natnre's gift of a beard will find a priceless boon in if odene,
which does away with shaving. It penetrates tbe hair follicle or sac and destroys the life prin
ciple, thereby rendering its future growth an utter impossibility. Modene sent by mail, postage
paid (securely sealed from observation) on receipt of price, $1 00. Send money by letter, with
your full address written very plainly. 2-c. postage stamps received same as cash. (Always
mention your county and this paper.)
1 Address MODENE MANUFACTURING CO., CINCINNATI. O. (General
Manufacturers of the Highest Grade Hair Preparations. i Agents
sry. I Wanted
merit, we mail
warned, j you ca) regj$teryoUl. lettoratmy poitofflee ind insure its safe delivery.
CI nnn RtrUARn To convince the public that Modene is an article of meri
pl,UUU Hbllrtnu. with each bottle sold a leeal agreement to forfeit Onn
Dollars to any purchaser or Scientist, if Modene fails to permanently remove the hair, or dis-
uuiurs ur injures tuu smu iu luo BiiKUMrebiuAuutjf, u jjruuucca any uupieasans sensation or ieei
Cut this advertisement out, as It may not appear again.
inir when aDnivinc or ever afterward,
EVERY BOTYLE IS GUARANTEED,
ff. I'M I I J' '!
NOTHING BUT BARGAINS
in our, varied slock of Household Goods, and everything on Easy
" ' Payments, as you like them. '
HOUSEHOLD CREDIT CO.
405 "Wood S-b3?ee-tr.
Acknowledged Champions of Low Prices and Easy Terns.
T OF BARGAINS! A FLOW OF LOW PRICES!
FAT and FINE
Thanksgiving ::: Week
::: MEN'S and BOYS' :::
What a gPprious feast for close buyers! The
following items though they're few will give you
an idea of the magnitude of the offering:
Suits for work at 5, $6, $7 and
$8. None but strictly reliable
materials in them. Suits for
Business at $10, $12, 14 and
$15; they're cut in the latest
shapes. Suits for Dress at $18, 20, 22 and 25,
cut from the most exquisite imported materials.
Wen s its,
101 s Overcoa
in Chinchillas, Ker
seys, Cheviots, Mel
tons, Beavers, Ely
Wide Wales, Mon
tagnacs, etc., cut in the English sack style, Prince
Charles style, fly front style, double breasted style,
cape and ulster style. Prices from 3 to 9 for good;
from $10 to $16 for better; from 18 to 30 for best
Our Boys' department,
enlarged and beautified, is N
fairly sparkling with grand
Thanksgiving bargains in
Kilt Suits, Short and Long-
Pant Suits and Overcoats of all sizes. Prices from
$2 to $15.
for THA-isTKisa-iiisra- week
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
: DANDY :
A new Derby for Thanksgiv
Ifou can get it here at an as
tonishingly low price.
English Buckle Derby s only
Flat Crown Derbys at only
1 74 and up to $3.
All the latest Youman, Dun
lap and Knox blocks of Derbys
at prices ranging from $1 74
up to 4.
Do you wear a Silk Hat?
See our new Broadway
shapes at 3 and 5. You'll
pay 50 per cent more money
for them in any other Hat
bargains in Boys' and Chil
dren's Hats and Caps.
A galaxy of Novelties to
Ill I I III I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I
We have had a most prosperous season we can afford to treat the public to a grand Thanks
giving spread. Our tables are groaning beneath their heavy load of choice things not for
the stomach, but for the body. And who doesn't want to be dressed well on Thanksgiving
Day? Everybody even the poor turkey. Now, then,
WILL USHER IN THANKSGIVING DAT
be prepared for the occasion. Read the columns at the right and left of this announcement
and there see for yourself how easy it is to sport a new Suit or Overcoat next Thursday if
you will but buy it at Kaufmanns'. Come any time before 12 o'clock (noon) next Thursday
and partake of the rich treat you will find on our bargain tables.
I ' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I M
Our usually low prices for'
Shoes will be lower this week.Xv
' We'll begin with a large line'5" '
of Men's Calf and Ladies Kid
Shoes, all sizes, at only 1 29'
Then come3 a better line at
$1 98. ' ?
Tnen, a most excellent line
at $3 50. ",M
At 3 we offer Men's seam
less French Kid Shoes or
Ladies' hand-turned bright
Dongola or fine Curacoa Kid
Boys' and Youths' Shoes on
the same basis; Misses' Shoes,
ditto; Children's Shoes, ditto;
Infants' Shoes, ditto.
It'll be a bargain week all
along the line, and one cspec-,
ially to T)e remembered by
patrons of our Shoe depart
ment. I I I I I.I II I I I I I II II I I 111 I I I
RICH and RACY
Thanksgiving ::: Week
iS pedal Bargains
176 loose front
fj Beaver New-
bell sleeves, tailor-made, at only i 50.
A line of magnificent striped Cloth Newmar
kets, in very fashionable colors puffed shoulders
and gathered sleeves, at only 10.
Beautiful braided, Jrimmedlbose.front Newmar-
kets, directly imported by us from Berlin, will be ,
offered for only $ 12.
Very latest styles of Newmarkets, with plush
sleeves and buttons to match, same as are sold by -the
dry goods houses at $23, will go for only 15.
The finest of all! Jacquard patterns with
Bishop sleeves, plush cuffs and pocket flaps, rich
pearl buttons strikingly handsome - Winter Wraps
that were imported to sell for 30, will go at only
Equally great bargains in Ladies' Plush Gar f '
ments, Ladies' Jackets. "and Misses'" and Children's
Cloaks. . - ' '
Ladies, it will pay you to "come a distance of a
nunarea mues tu auenu. mis,. special inau&sgKiui,
1. - "?.-
ISTOTIEI iTeisrb TiL-usd-ar (Tb am Tg-gp -H-iLg JDeb?r) Oixn? Ston?e "Will Close ab 12 o'clock trxooxL) SIha:i?;p
FIFTH AVENUE and
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