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PEST AGAINST EAST.
ITlie Speakership Fight Developing a
Bather Sectional Feeling.
SHORE CONFUSION COMES TO LIGHT.
!?A Hard Matter to Guess Who Will Gain by
About a Score of Members
FAILIKG TO ATTEKD THE CAUCUS
rrnox a Btur cokeespoxbkst.i
"Washixgtok, NoTember 26. The
friends ol McKinley admit to-day that Beed
will have about G5 rotes on the first ballot;
bat their say they are still more certain that
he cannot get the other 20 necessary for a
nomination; that is, provided every Repub
lican member is in attendance at
the caucus. The prospects are
now that the caucus -will not
have anything like the fall vote of 169, and
this tends to confuse the already much con
tused situation. At least a dozen members
have been heard lrom who say they do not
think they can get here in season Jor the
caucus, and it is probable there are others
sufficient to make 18 or 20 absentees.
Just whom this will help, and whom it
will hurt, cannot yet be figured out. The
Beed tnen think they will have their fall
lorce, no matter how many may be absent
But if only 150 members are present, it will
require but 76 votes to nominate, and thus
the question of absenteeism is a very serious
DEVELOPMENTS OF X DAT.
It 'appeared more to-day than at any nre
vious time that Eeed will have virtually
the solid delegation ol Sew Yort and Penn
sylvania. Eighteen of the 19 New York
Bepublicans, :.nd 1G of the 21 Pennsylva
nians is the minimum admitted by tbe ad
herents ol Eecd, and more than one of Mci
llinley's friends confessed that it looked
vsry much that way. Others of them, how-,
ever, would not allow Eeed more than 1Q
from Hew York and 11 from Pennsylvania.
The . A information is. however, that Eeed
will 1 .ve 18 from Kew York and 17, with a
Strong probability of IB, from Pennsylvania.
Osborne and Scnll are the only two mem
bers who are believed to be entirely beyond
the pale of conversion to the Eeed side of
tbe dispute. Kelly, Harmer and Yordley
are the three others counted as possibly for
McKinley, though General Bingham as-
serfs that'Harmer and Kelly will certainly
be for Eeed. It was asserted by high au
thority to-day that Beed had received a let
ter from Kelly pledging his support.
THE OPPOSING SECTIONS.
Far from being dismayed at the large vote
from Kew England, Kew York and Penn
sylvania (Kew England EinS 23)i Mr.
McKinley and his friends gather hope from
the fact that the contest is made more sec
tional thereby, and tremendous efforts are
now being made by them to draw the line
against tbe rule of this compact and domi
nating East, and elect a man whose charac
ter will be the highest expression of the
boundless and unhaltered West
Mr. McKinley's friends assert that only
7 "Wesrern votes are pledged for Beed, and
that they will yet take these away from him
before the noon of Saturday. Representa
tive Perkins, of Kansas, is one of those
"Western voters, and he was reported to-day
to have flopped to either Henderson or Can
non. 'When The Dispatch correspondent
questioned him in regard to the report, he
declared that he was for Beed first, last and
alt the time, and that he wonld get 3, and
possibly 4, of the 7 votes from Kansas, Un
cle Joe Cannon scooping in the rest.
THE LESSEE LIGHTS.
Henderson will have Iowa and a few scat
tering votes, in all probably 15 or 16. Bur
rows will have Michigan and a few outride.
probably 12 all told. Cannon, by sheer
force of hard work, has drummed up prob
ably 28 or 30. This, allowing Eeed
CS, will leave McKinley from 52 to
to, and that is about, the strength
'his conservative friends, who do
loud talking, eive him. They firmly
believe a withdrawal of any one of the
Western candidates will nominate McKin
ley on the first succeeding ballot, as tbey
say they have good reason to-day to think
thev can Hold the West solid against Eeed,
with the exception of the probably 10 or 12
cow pledged to Eeed.
All sorts of silly rumors are afloat in re
gard to combinations, one being that Eeed
and McKinley have a thorough understand
ine that as they each have a much larger
following than any other candidate, one of
them must be nominated, and that one the
one who still holds the larger number of
votes when there is a break in the line of
' HOtV A CLAIM IS SMASHED.
There is no truth in the story, thougn un
doubtedly a great number of Eeed's adhe
rents are fo McKinley for second choice,
and prefer E i solely because tbey think
he is more experienced and would be a more
successful party Speaker at critical mo
ments. "Jim"Belden,theKew York Congressman
from the Syracuse district, arrived late last
night, and added his valiant efforts to those
of" Bayne, Dalzell, JOodgo and Earquar in
. behalf of Beed. It is a strong team. Mc
Kinley's cnief hustlers are that brilliant
Ohio trio. Butterworth. Grosvenor and
Thompson, and they are as good as the most
exacting candidate could ask. The cause
of McKinley will not suffer under their
THAT KEW STEEL TVIEE COMBINE.
SUa From Ent and Wni Anembled In TMi
A number of gentlemen interested in the
operations of the lately organized steel wire
combine were in the city yesterday. Among
them were observed Messrs. Halliday, of
San Francisco; Geo. S. Douglas, of Kew
York; J. W. Gates, of St. Iiouis; Marshall,
wf Omaha, and Fitch, of Braddock.
A meeting was held at which further ar
rangements for bringing manufacturers into
Etill closer harmony on tbe question of
prices were made. Some of the gentlemen
approached ou the question of the present
condition of the trust were averse to saying
anything about their future proceedings.
Mr. J. "W. Gates is mentioned as the Presi
dent of tbe new corporation. A meeting of
the gentlemen interested will be held in
T0-M0EE(W'S BIG PAEADE.
ArraBCnjet Being Perfected K. of L.
locals to Meet at Headquarters.
Arrangements for a big parade of workers
on Thanksgiving Day are progressingapace.
The first division, within which all the
printers organizations are comprised, will
be gar with a variety of banners, which,
carried at tbe bead of delegations, will in
dicate the different shops to which they be
long. Somethine in a nature of a surprise
was contemplated in this direction by one
firm, but others got wind of it, and the re
sult will be that every shop in the citv will
nave its parucmar cnapei Danner.
All the K. of L. locals will assemble at'
headquarters at 10 o'clock on the morn
ing, ionn column and march to the place of
A Drawing Card.
.handsome chinchilla overcoats
which we are selline specially lor this
Thanksgiving bargain sale at $10 are a hie
attraction and a drawing card. Not only
do they possess beauty, but thev are manu
factured from very fine imported chinchilla,
lined with a good farmer satin lining,
corded edge, and they come in blue, black,
grav or brown. Same are also cloth lined.
Ten dollars takes your choice during these
two days. P. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
Fine watches a specialty, low. prices a
, certainty, at Hauchv:NoV295 Filth ave.
SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKERS.
Preparation for the International Conven
tion In July Effected A Local Organiza
tion. The Sunday School Convention delegates
held their second meeting last night in
Hamilton Hall, in the Hamilton building.
Mr. W. K. Jennings presided, and "Win. F.
Mason acted as secretary.
The Executive Committee submitted the
list of committees appointed on the Inter
national Sunday School Convention to be
held here. They were:
Entertainment S. E. Gill, Chairman: John
G. Stevenson, J. S. Staple, Vm. Zlegler. George
II. Paaen, Dr. John L. FerSon, Percy F. bmitb,
H. Anderson, R. a Kobb, Thomas It. Dnpns.
R. E. Stewart, Joseph JIcNancber, Jacob H.
Walters. Lee a Smith, L. T. Yoder,' Charles
Addison, W. K. Addison, Bobert Marshall, H.
J. Heinz. J. H. Skelton, George K. Lautnan, A.
B. Campbell, Bev. J. C. Xa jlor. J. H. Harlow,
V. F. fetiefel. Thomas Latimer, M. Cameron.
Arrangements-W. J. Sawyer. P. P. Day, W.
C. Lilly, J. H. Baldwin, C. A Edsall, 8. W.
Hav, F. W. Kiefer. ,
Finance H. K. Porter. Bobert Pitcaim, J. J.
Porter, A A. Home, John B. Jackson, Thomas
Pnntinc-C. L. Bose, Peter Dick, J. B. Brit
tain, Thomas Corde.
Railway Ge rge H. Anderson, Smith Ag
new. A. P. Burchfield.
Music-J. J. Porter, Samuel H. Hamilton,
Fred Keif er.
The report was approved and the Execu
tive Committee authorized to substitute new
names on the committees for any who may
decline to serve.
In response to a motion to effect a perma
nent local organization, Messrs. W. C.
Lilly, Fred Kiefer and S. W. Hay were ap
pointed a committee to draft a report. After
some remarks the committee came in. The
report of the committee, as presented, fixed
the name of the organization as the Alle
gheny Countv Sunday School Association.
Tbe object is the promotion of Sunday
school work in this county by eonventions,
institutes and other means.
The basis of representation is one delegate
for every Sunday school, and one additional
for every 100 over the first 100. An execu
tive committee of nine members was pro
vided for, and the association will meet at
least once a year.
Spca J-iion of Mr. Corde, he, W. C.
Lilly, J. H. Baldwin, L. T. Yoder and
Bobert Dav were appointed a committee to
nominate officers for the association and call
the next meeting, when tbe organization
will be perfected.
Before adjourningithe Secretary read a
letter received from Mr.B. F. Jacobs, Chair
man of the Executive Committee on the
International Convention, acknowledging
receipt of the invitation to hold the con
vention in Pittsburg. He said that he would
consult with tbe other members of the Ex
ecutive Committee and advise when the
convention will be held. It would probably
be, he added, in July.
Ladies' hand-sewed Comfort Shoe, some
thing new, 55. Cain & Vebneb's,
jtws Tifth avxnue and Market street
Bargains Dark red Kewmarkets, tailor
bound, perfect shape; 14 left in stock, $10,
from $20 to-day. Come soon for this.
Bogqs & Buhl.
83.00 $3.00 83.00.
Cain & "Verners $3.00 shoe for ladies and
gentlemen fit all shapes of feet and are
comfortable. Fifth ave. and Market st
See the Fine Watch Dliplar
At Hauch's jewelry store, Ko. 295 Fifth
avenue. If you want anything in this line
it will pay you to call and see goods. Small
payment accepted and goods laid away
until holidays. wfsu
And candelabras; over 00 patterns iu china,
cut glass, etc.; the prettiest decorations for
the house or table. Beizemstein,
152, 154, 156 Federal st., Allegheny.
Tor bad weather, ladies should ceo our
California Shoe, S3; all width j.
Cain& Vebnee, Filth ave. and Market st
The children's cloaks, 2 to 12 years, all
marked down, and the misses' Kewmarkets,
jackets, cbnnemaras all reduced to-day.
Come now for bargains.
Boggs & Buhl.
Oub stores closed all day to-morrow.
Thanksgiving Bay. Buvyour table linens
here to-day. Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Ladies' hand-sewed Com tort Shoe, some
thing new, $5. Cain & Veknzk's,
nws Fifth avenue and Market street
I,eave Orders for Xinis Crayons
At Anfrecht's Elite Gallery, 516 Market st,
Fine Parlor Clocks'
In onyx, marble and wood. All the latest
novelties in this line, at very low prices, at
Hauch's Jewelry Store, No. 295 Filth ave.
Fob undoubted excellence "Wainwritrhl's
beer leads all competitors. Telephone 5525.
Ladies' hand-sewed Comfort Shoe, some
thing new, $5. Cain & Veenee's,
jiws Fifth avenue and Market street
The Penn Avenue "Stores
Closed all day to-morrow, Thanksgiving.
Jos. Hobne & Co.
id typewriting taupht at
Duff's Collece, 49 Fifth
Closed on Thanksgiving Day.
Bosenbatjm & Co.
83.00 83.00 S3.00.
Cain & Verner's $3.00 shoe for ladies and
gentlemen fit all shapes of feet and are
comfortable. Fifth ave. and Market st
Catarrh in the Head
Originates in. scrofulous taint in the blood.
Hence the proper method, by which to cure
catarrh, is to purify the blood. Its many dis
agreeable symptoms, and tbe danger ot devel
oDinginto bronchitis or that terribly fatal dis
ease, consumption, are entirely removed by
Hood's Sarsaparllla, which cures catarrh by
purifying tbe blood; it also tones up the systpm
and greatly improves the general health. Try
the "peculiar medicine."
For 25 years I have been troubled with
catarrh in tbe head, indigestion, and general
debility. I never bad faith In such medicines,
bat concluded to try a bottle of Hood's Sarsa
parilla. It aid me so much good that 1 con
tinued its use. till I have taken five bottles.
My health has freatlv Improved, and I feel like
a different woman." Mbs. J. B. Adams, 8
Richmond St., Newark, N. J.
"I-have nsed Hood's Sarsaparllla for catarrh
with very satisfactory results. I received mora
permanent benefit from it than from any other
remeay i ever ineo." ki. ilEAD, oi A. Head
Son, Wauseon, O.
Bold by all dmirgista. $1: six for SS. Prepared
only by C L HOD & CO., Lowell, Mass.
(00 Doses One Dollar
Instantaneous. T" t iI-
150 Cups :!?'
0: 6. DETOT.U Herrar St, K. T.
For sale wholesale and retail by
" S . 10 Federal Street,
noMS-TTS -' Allegheny, Pa.
The pleasant effect, and the perfect safety
with which ladles mar use the liquid fruit laxa
tive. Syrup of Figs, under all conditions make
it their favorite remedy. Itlspliaslng to the
eye and to the taste, gentle, yet effectual inact
lng on the kidneys, liver and bowels.
For bad weather, ladies should se i our
California Shoe, S3; all widths.
CAIN & YEUNEh, Fifth ave. and Market st.
F. & V'B. Pilsner beer is the pleasantest
stimulant in the wotld. '
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
( Thomas Bracken nftsDurg
I Margaret Burke..... Pittsburg
A Georce E. Clarke McKeesport
T Lou M. Brootinyer Jlcleesport
j William CTarr . Allegheny
Margaret U. Jones Allegheny
J Charles D.'Koehler McKeesport
( Kffie K. Hays . McKeesport
John L. Angina Sharprturg
Annie L. Crehan bbarpsunrg
(Frank Alter Westmoreland connty
(Jennie Hazlett Westmoreland county
(Peter Ohlecef 1'ltUburg
AnnaM. V. Bill 1'lttsbur;
(Harvey F. Carroll Turtle CreeK
(Isabella D. McKeag .Turtle Creek
J James B. Loxterman Pittsburg
( Win. H. Warrenslord..UpperSt.Uatrtowush!p
Mary I'. Wilkinson.... Upper oXClsir township
(Elbert L. Klderkln Pittsburg
( Kosa Lelnzlnger ,..rittsburg
(James Itowan Pittsburg
iBadleM. Wright WUsburg
(Fred. (i. Uuerr Tarentum
( Mary S. Wilt Tarentum
(John Lewis Pittsburg
i LlMie Lewis Pittsburg
( John Mealey Pittsburg
I Annie ICBIedele Pittsburg
( Edward Smith Pittsburg
Annie Urscey Pittsburg
( William A. Dunlap Westmoreland county
( Minnie Getty, Westmoreland county
( J. Edward C Garter ,
( Agnes M. urcen
( Frederick bebober .., Allegheny
(Mary Biemensehnelder...; Allegheny
(AlvlnA. Doak Washington connty
( Maria L. Richardson Braddock
(William Williams.., ....Allegheny
( Mable V. Jenkins Allegheny
(Charles H. Stewart -. Jew York
(EmmaMattern 1 Allegheny
I Martin McTIghe Pittsburg
( Margaret Sarsfield Pittsburg
(Elmer . Fleming Butler
(B. Elma Harbison Allegheny
(Charles A. Craven Pittsburg
1 Henrietta Archibald Pittsburg
( John Haulihan Pittsburg
Bridget MeMabon Pittsburg
( Michael Lacey Pittsburg
( Mary Baker Pittsburg
(JosepUJl. Johnston Allegheny
Lillian G. Fry Allegheny
( Frank J. Hardwlg Pittsburg
( Irene C Murphy Pittsburg
SMITH-SHANNON-Novemoer 25, 18S9, at
St Peter's Church, Allegheny, by Bev. Father
O'Connell, IIaeie M. Shannon to Lin A.
DORRANCE-BIRDAt the residence of
the bride's brother-in-law, Mr. M. J. Dickson,
Tuesday, November 26, 18S9, by the Rev. Geo.
T. Pnrves, Mr. H. T. Dokkance, of Stockton,
Cah, and Miss Fannie Bird, of this city.
BROWN On Sundav, November 3, 1SS9, at
Florence. Italy, Nellie, only daughter of
Captain S. B. and Lizzie P. Brown, in her 11th
Funeral services at her father's residence.
Brown's station, on Wednesday horning,
November 27, Sit 11 o'clock. Special train
leaves Baltimore and Ohio depot at 10 JO A. jr.:
returning regular train leaves at 12.56 P. x. In
terment strictly private at a later hour.
DEPRA Monday, November 25, 1889, at 10-JO
f. m., Philip Defea, aged 59 years and 6
Funeral will take placa from his late resi
dence. No. 18 Main street, Allegheny, Thurs
day, November 2S,at 8.30 a. il Requiem mass
at 9 o'clock, at St Mary's Church. Friends of
the family and members of the Pious Society
are respectfully invited to attend.
McDERMOTT On Tuesday, November 26,
1BS9, at 2 o'clock, at his residence, 74 Lo
cust street, Michael McDerxott, aged 13
Funeral will take place on ThubsdAY moen
ing at 9 o'clock. Friends of the family are re
spectfully invit ed to attend.
PATTERSON On Monday moraine. No
vember 25, 1889, at 2.50 a.m.. James Patter
son, in the 62d year of his age.
Friend of the family are respectfully invited
to attend tbe funeral from nisi late residence,
corner of Wylle avenue and DuBtstreet on
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. 2
SMITH On Tuesday, November 26, 1889, at
3.30 o'clock a. m.. Pansy, daughter of J. N.
and Pbebe A. Smith, aged 1 year and 10
Funeral from tbe residence of her parents.
No. SO Kilbnck street, on Wednesd AY.Novcm
ber 27, at 2 o'clock. Friends of tbe family are
"respectfully invited to attend.
SHANOR-Snddenly, at North Platte, Neb.,
Rev. W. P. SHANOR.
Notice ot funeral hereafter.
TORRENCE On Tuesday, November 26,
1889, at 11 o'clock A. K., Davtd Tobrknce,
son of tbe late John Torrence, formerly resid
ing on Third avenue.
Notice ot funeral hereafter. ,
WILSON At the family residence, 6224
Broad street. East End, Tuesday, November
26, at 12.10 p. m., Andrew Patton Wilson,
w ms i?ku jear.
Funeral services Wednesday, November
27, at 3 P. at Friends of the family are invited
to attend. '
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold t Co., Iim ,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
OfHce and residence, 1134 Penn areur. Tele-
JAMES M. FULLER10I,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
NO. 6 SEVENTH STEEET.
DRCHIDS AND ROSES OF RARE BEAUTY.
A. M. 0 J. B. MURDOCH,
Cm SMlTH-FIEId) BT.
JOHN R. &A. MURDOCH,
508 Smithfield Street.
-p EPBESENTEli IN .ITTSBURG IN 1SCI
ASSET . S9.071,fl9683.
Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid by "WILLIAM L
JONES. SI Fourth avenue. ia2D-s2-D
Some women imagine that
nothing will stand the pecu
liar breaking strain of their
forms, on corset "bones."
They don't know Kabo,
which neither breaks or
If "Kabo breaks or kinks in
a year, go back to the store
at which you bought your
corset and get your money
again, every cent of it
If the corset doesn't suit
you, after wearing a week or
two or three, go back for
There's a primer on Cor
sets for you at the store.
Chicago Corset Co., Chicago and Kew York.
HE AMERICAN FIRE
TWRTTT? A ICfTR PntnJA XTV
Total Assets, January L18g7 K.30LS58 63
tanw.inns . w.7tkf.'v. a n't
' " r " - -- --i it i
KEW , ABTEKTI$XJEXTA
WATTLES & SHEAFER.
Certainly have the largest assortment of
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).
Yoa will sare money by buying
from us at oar
NEW STORE, 37 FIFTH AVE.
tion is called to
line of Exten
sion Tables and
faext to a good
repastr the sta
bility of the
table aifd comfort of chairs
is to be considered.
OPP. WOOD STREET.
N. B. Photographs with
particulars mailed to out-of-
MILD WEATHER SALE
500 Cloth Jackets, $1 50.
Formerly Sold for $4.
Owing to tbe mild, wet weather we are
obliged to put on pnees NOW that we will
have to after the holidays, so they
1,000 HEWHABKETS, $5, S6, $8 and $10 !
Double these sums have rolled in for these
goods we are overstocked.
500 PLUSH WRAPS, $10
These, with CHILDREN'S COATS, are
marked nominal prices.
COME FOR BARGAINS,
T, H, LATIMER, -
138 Federal and 46 South Diamond
Streets, Allegheny, Pa.
An article indispensable to
i;eal comfort, has also' its claim
have exceeded past efforts in
the Men's department, you'll .
find many new designs. Orig
inalities in leather, plush and
velvets, in all their various
shades, are shown here.
In the Ladles' department
the brilliancy of the rich Party
or Dress Slippers, and the
many modest styles of the
Toilet use, at most moderate
prices, gives everyone an op
portunity to enjoy all the com
forts which they indicate. ;t
Market St., Entrance 430-436.
Braddock House, 96 Braddock rtye.
JOHNELOCKER & CO.,
Flocker's Lubricating Hemp Packing
FOB BAILBOAD USE.
Italian and American Hemp Packing
Clothes Lines. Twines, Bell Cord. Fish Lines,
Chalk Lines, Night Lines. Sisal Bala and-Hlda
Rope, Tarred, Lath Yam. H pun Yam, etc
WORK-Eat street, Allegheny City. Pa.
OFFIC&ANDSALS8BO0M-W Water J
SPECIAL AI IPOffil
We complete our openlnfcof
Bea the choice display of Sterling Derby and
Also Novelties in Art Department, together
with the largest line of
We have ever shown and best values ever
a Special Bargains in
We have a small lot of Ladies' Scarlet Ribbed
Tests H. N, L.&,and one-third cottomwhlch
we have marked down from 85c TO COo EACH.
These will not shrink.
Annthar Int TT TJ W A TfRTlTTrTRTl IPROW
'tl to 50c These are ribbed and all wool.
several small lots Ladles' Bibbed wool vests,
H. N. L. 6., In colors, rednced from 1 60 to St
There are sizes in the above lots suitable for
Ladles' Natural Wool Vests and Drawers,
best ever shown at the prices. 75c and tl EACH.
We have a few more of those Ladies' Merino
Ribbed Vests H. ft. L. 8-at SL This number
cannot be duplicated this season.
Ladies' Ribbed Balbriggan Vesta H. N. L a,
at 35c and 50c.
Ladies' Brown Mixed Merino Vests and
Drawers. Closing out what's left of them at tl
Ladies' Ribbed Wool Drawers, all sizes In
white and natural.
Ladles' Skirts in great variety of materials
and colors, including Merino, Stockinette in
white and natural, Knit Wool in white, natural,
scarlet, also striped, all prices from Jl to $3 50.
Skirts to suit everyone.
Children's Natural Wool Shirts, Pants and
Drawers at prices that will make these goods
Interesting to anyone that wants children's
underwear. Prices range from 10c to 70c each,
according to size, which is far below the real
We are closing out tbe last of our Ladies'
Ribbed Wool Chemises in white and colors, at
the following reduction: L. N. N. S..S2, regular
rice jj oo. ana it. rt. .uh.. esou, lorxner price
, a, in silk, cut down from 9 to $0.
HORNE & WARD,
&l FIFT&A TENTTE,
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-tn. long, at J22. Genuine Monkey
Muffs at ?3 60. Genuine Monkey Collars at ft 50.
SEAL SACQUES, WRAPS AND
Genuine Seal London Dyed,
close-fitting Jacket at $97 for a short time only.
Also Seal, Wraps at $100. The finest grade of
Alaska Seal Sacque, regular length, 200.
Sole Agents for the celebrated Treadwetl
Sacques, mahogany dye, warranted 12 years.
Uenulne Seal Capes, lS-in-long, puff shoulders,
rolling collars, 545.
441 WOOD STREET,
O. D. LEVIS, Solicitor of Patents,
311 Fifth arenne, abore Smithfield, nextLeader
offlce. (No delay.) Established 20 years.
ID' JL 3ST Z X Of IE :r, ' s
SIXTH STREET AND PENN AVENUE,
Seventeenth Annnal Xmas Opening
Toys, Dolls, Games, Books
Rich and elegant Holiday Goods, Doulton & Adderly,
Vases, Hungarian Vases, Pine Art Pottery, .
' Ral Bronzes, Music Boxes, etc., etc.
Wednesday, November 27,.
ANDNr BALANCE : OP : THE : WEEK.
IMPORTANT TO OUR PATRONS:
Goods may be selector! now
avoidiqg-tiie'gmsoi; Holiday rash.
any data deelred. "
, mm ADTXKTissaoHrm ;
Completes lines of Men's, Boys, and
Children's medium and heavy weight Over
coats, and the values we are giving entitle
ns to a liberal trade.
In MEN'S OVERCOATS prices rafige
$3 50, 51 50, $5, 86, 58, $10 and upward. At
?10, ?12, $13, $ 14 and $15 we are offering'by
lar the best values in the two Zitles. At
these prices we show reliable ait-wool Cassi-
meres, Cheviots, Worsteds, Beavers and
Chinchillas in the newest and nobbiest pat
terns, and'Made in appropriate and csrreet
styles. "We also have a complete assort
ment of Ulsters and Cape Overcoats. No
matter how sedate or fastidious your taste,
you will find your wants accurately antici
pated. In BOYS' OVERCOATS, sizes froHf 10
to 18 years, we-have a handsome line. The
newest patterns in Meltons, , Gasstraeres,
Cheviots and Chinchillas made in. Cape,
Ulster, or plain style. Prices $3, $3 25,
$4 25, $o, $6 and np.
In CHILDEEN'S OVERCOATS, sizes
from 3 to 10 years, we have the most com
plete and prettiest line. Made with and
without capes in Cheviots, Cassizneres,
Chinchillas and Astrachans. Prices ft 75,
$2, $3, $3 50, $4 and up.
Weareajso offerihgbig bargains in the
newest styles of Men's, Boys and Children's
Suits and Hats.
ER & JOSEPH,
Tali's,' Glilm ai Bate,
161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny.
CLOSED ALL DAT
FleisMan & Go.,
BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
406-and 40Wood Street-
Value money? If so, don't delay but call at
once and. secure some of the most wonderful
bargains erer offered to you.
SOME OF THE PRICES TOO OAK GET
Girls' decorated toy tea set only 10c.
Girls' decorated toy teaser, worth 50c, only
Girls' decorated toy tea set, worth 75c, only
Girls' willow doll carriages 25c, SSc, 60c, XL
Dolls' trunks 60c. 75c, 11. SI 25.
Boys' tool chests 10c. 25c, 60c, SI, 2.
Children's chairs 25c. 31c 39c 6uc SL
Magic lanterns 25c, 39c, 50c, 81c to $5.
Roun music box, playing one tune, only SSc
Square music box, playing two airs, only JL
A key-wlndins music box, two tunes, SS 25.
A beautiful 6 air rausio box for f7 0.
Elegant pitchers, in bronze and surer, 38c to
Checker boards 5c, 10c to JL
Statues in SO different styles, SOc to S3 50.
6-bottIe silver plated castor only 5L
Sheffield silver plated knives only 10c
Bilver plated butter dish only 81.
Eleeant silk plush albums 69o to IS.
Dolls in every description from So to 95.
Thousands of vases from 6c to f3 50.
Toilet set in plush box (3 pieces) only 75c
Waste baskets 25c, 39c 60c, 75c to II 60.
Work baskets 10c 25c 39c 60c to IL
' Elegant lined work baskets 60c to $2 60.
5-tt, easels in ebony and cberry only JL
Black walnut tables only 51.
Blacking cases, carpet top, only 4L
56-piece decorated tea set only J2 89.
lOS-piece decorated dinner set, worth $12 60,
only 8 5a
10-piece decorated toilet set only 81 75.
SO doz. engraved decanters only 10c
A full line of toys andsames of every descrip
Christmas goods may be selected now and
we will hold them on a small deposit and dakver
them at any date desired.
H. G. HAYDEN & CO.
ated Peacbes, A
New Orleans Mo
GEO. K. BTEVEN80II 4 COM
while stock is eompJe, Awrevby
We will hold and dlivetlUi t
50 pieces 22-inch Silk
60 pieces 22-inch Silk
At half price, $2 50 goods at
$1 25, bought at a sacrifice and in
all the choice shades.
' PARIS SOBES.
$ij Robes at $y 50.
$25 Robes at $12 50,
30 Robes at JS15.
IMPORTED DRESS GOODS
At interesting prices.
MUFFS AND BOAS,
ALASKA SEAL JACKETS
km WALKING COATS
At prices 'for .fine goods, that will
pay you to see.
At reduced prices th&fiae elegant
goods here is a chancer for you.
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In Every Department. Com
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"Socs hie meat and cacna eat. "'
And some wad eat thatwsDtit.
Eat we hatrmeat and wo can eat
.You have here the symbol
of Thanksgiving Day turn
day of plenty good cheer- I
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tached to it as to an old friemi!
Let your dining table adj
dining room be worthy of the
bright memories you desire?!
your family to cherish of tbm
nappy nours spent arou&d
your board. '
The 8-foot extension dinir 1
table of the illustration, Fitan-
tiqueoak, together with-2 arpl
ana 6 side chairs to match i?
leather, we sell for $36. ,
It is representative of tMj
large stock of Dining Re
Furniture in our Furnkom
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