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MlOUfi TAIIS BEEF.
lepenies Jlelping to Destroy tlie law
! of Supply and Demand, DM
EMITS THERE IS A COMBINATION
Of SPackers to Keep Up the Prices of the
Best Cuts of Meat
THB BOICOTT UPOK BUTCHEK SCHWAB
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"WashEtgtok, November 30. Senator
"Vest's committee which has been investigat
ing the drwsed beet business of the country
for some months resumed the examination
'of witnesses in the room of the Senate Com-
L- suttee on Commerce this morning. There
re present of the committee Senators
Vest, Parwell. Manderson and Plum, and
jj a number of : persons interested as wit-
ft. nesses or otherwise. Among them was Mr.
E. D. Armour, the Chicago beef and pork
packer. "3Ie was accompanied by his
JTattorueys, Messrs. Campbell, 3Iartin, Quinn
Idr. Armour was tue Jirat witness, ms
'Business, he said, was that of a beet and
, jxirk packer. He denied being in the cattle
business. The witness said he had been in
tbebeef business all his life; the dressed
beef business began to be important about
"ten years ago. He himself went into it
after one. or two otner firms had engaged In
it. For two or three years it had not been
remunerative methods had to be studied
and the business learned. In 1881 or 1682
it had become a paying business. "Prices
are lower now," said the witness, "than
thev were when we began the dressed beef
business. 1 cannot give the exact figures.
In range cattle the decrease in prices, how
ever, has not been so great as 40 or 0 per
Mr. Armour said that overproduction
and overmarketing were responsible for the
decrease in prices.
CHICAGO FIXES FBICES.
Senator Vest questioned the witness as
to'tbe standing of the Chicago market as
compared wuu omers, asking it me isuicagu
market did not control tne prices
"I do not think so," was the answer. "It
is the largest market, and of course influ
ences the prices at other places. Chicago
prices regulate the prices largely."
Senator Vest, reading from the annual re
port of the Chicago stockyards for 18S8,
called the attention of the witness to the tact
tbat in 1SS1 there were marketed there 1,498,
000 cattle, which brought 8183,000.000, and
in 1888, 2,261,000 cattle, told lor 182,000,
000. "How do you account for thai?" he
"It is in accordance with my statement,"
said Mr. Armour, "the growth of the cattle
marketed largely exceeded the growth of
In response to this, Senator Vest presented
a statement showing that the increase of
cattle and of population ran along in about
the same proportion.
Senator Vest then discussed with the wit
ness the combination of packers to fix the
prices of the tatter cuts so as to prevent a
decline from oversupply ruinous to the
dealers in thee meats. The witness said
this combination included the other puck
ers, and that they all made the same prices.
"Well, then, don't you destroy the opera
tions of the law of supply and demand?"
"JSo, sir; I don't think we do."
"With whom do you nx these prices?"
"That I decline to state until after con
sulting my attorney," responded the wit
ness. XOX AX EXPEKT.
Senator Vest produced a statement from
Mr. Armour's brother, who appeared be
fore the committee at Kansas City, snowing
that he lost S6 23 on a 1,200-pound corn-fed
f- bullock that cost him ?3 75 per 100. "How
ii it that tqu make $1 32 on a steer In Chi
cago, while he loses, $623 a a steer in Jvan
sas City?" he asked.
"I don't know anything about that state
ment. There are so tnany things entering
into the cutting up of a steef,'and the state
ment of the market, that he might lose that
amount on a steer cut up the day that state
ment was made. I so not an expert."
Mr. Armour admitted being a member of
the hog-packing pool of 1886, in Chicago.
"We paid 25 cents a bog for the privilege of
killing them," said he. "There was no
limit to the number "We killed. There were
18 firms and persons interested in the agree
ment." "Have you any agreement now with any
person as to the prices that shall be charged
in certain districts?"
"Is there any agreement as to division of
Witness declined to answer.
In response to further questions Mr
Armour denied that he had any interest in
the Chicago Stock yards; that railroads
favored dressed beef men; that boycotts were
instituted against local butchers or dis
charged employes, or that other dressed beef
men refused to compete n ith his firm iu the
purchase of cattle.
Mr. Armour admitted, in response to a
question of Senator Vest, that a combina
tion did exist among the beef packers lor the
purpose of fixing prices of the better cuts of
beef in New Xork, Pennsylvania, Ohio,
Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Kentucky,
Tenuessee and Minnesota.
Matthias Schwab, formerly a butcher of
Freeland, Pa., testihed tbat Mr. Lacey, au
aeent of Armour & Co., had shown him a
dispatch from Armour & Co., telling Lacey
to take measures to break lip the business
of witness in slaughtering live cattle.
Lacey wanted witness to act as agent for
Armour & Co., but he did not want to give
up the live cattle trade. Witness said he
is now engaged in buying cattle in Buffalo.
"Do you have any trouble with the rail
roads?" asked Senator Vest.
"They won't furnish me cars to ship mv
"For what reason?"
"They say they have not got them. But
all the same other buyers get cars. I have
to ship altogether by the Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western railroad."
The committee then adjourned till 10
o'clock Monday morning, with the under
standing that "vilr. Armour shonld return
from Chicago next week if desired to do so.
Marked Dovrn From Thankssiving;.
A few more of those single bottles of rare
old sherries, hocks, ports, cognacs, etc.,
which have been standing on the sample
shelves for years, are left. There are rare
liquors among them, and the prices pro
nounce them rare bargains, too. Eemembcr
523 Liberty street, foot of Fifth avenue.
Don't be Disappointed
For Christmas, but go to Hendricks & Co.,
68 Federal st, Allegheny. Their work will
be delivered promptly. Good cabinets $1
To Accommodate the Public,
Hendricks & Co., 68 Federal st, Allegheny,
have increased their large force of help in or
der to deliver all their work for Christmas.
None of their patrons will be disappointed.
Good cabinets $1 a dozen.
Be wise, ladies attend the ten-day bar
gain sale ot ladies' jackets, newmarkets, and
girls' cloaks, dresses, and infants' wear.
Busy Bee Hive, Sixth and Liberty streets.
Odd Pants Not So Verv Odd Either.
1,500 pairs of fine pantaloons to be sold re
gardless of cost Fine dress pants from 52,
$2 50, $3, S3 50 and H- Surprise yourself
with a pair ot these trousers lor the holidays.
Jacksons', 951 and 956 Liberty street, Star
Save money buy blankets.comforts.etc,
at Busy Bee Hive, Sixth and Liberty.
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Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder docs not contain
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The Cream of Tartar nsed In i)r. Price's Cream
Baking Powder Is. the strongest and free from all
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der rsade. Prof. PETEnCoLUEn,hlefChemIstfor
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and influence onthe health of those using them. I
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healthful preparation. I hare nsed Price's'' In
my family for yeari Prof, K. C. Ketjzie late
President Michigan State Board of Health.
The largest and finest assortment in the city,
sold at low prices.
Gold spectacles, 35 and upward. $5 Gold Eye
Glasses with chain attached.
Field Glasses. Telescopes, Microscopes, Ba
rometers. Thermometers, etc, etc Call and
J. DIAMOND, Optician,
22 SIXTH STREET.
P.S. A. beautiful present given to every
. ONLY $4 75 EACH!
THE SUPPLY IS LIMITED. -
NniE J. P. SMITH
Lamp, Glass & China Co,
935 Perm Avenue.
Between Ninth and Tenth Streets.
P. a Roger's Dinner Knives at SI 24 per set
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No. GO Fifth avenue, near Wood street
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Cold Chills, Flashings of Heat, Loss of Appetite, Shortness of Breath, Costlveness,
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Sold oyPruggists generally. B. F. ALLEN & CO., 305 and 387 Canal St., New Tork.
Bole Agents lor the United States, who Inquire first), it your druggist does not keep them,
WILL MAIL BEECHAM'S PILLS ON RECEIPT OF PRICE. 25 CENTS A BOX.
Gents' Dtlvlmr Style.
In Oregon Seal, 1 20L 1 40, 1 90. 2 20.
In Alaska Heal, 58, $10, 1Z
The lively boom which we have experienced
the last ten days is due entirely to our cut
prices. Because the weather has been unfavor
able to the sale of winter caps, we did not
propose to continue carrying a vast stock, watt
ing like "patience on a monument" for cold
weather to set in. Cutting prices In half ii our
old and never-falling remedy to run off surplus
stock. Frem the way people responded to our
announcement it is quite evident that the pub
lic has full faith in "Boben's" statement;
Once more we will say: If you have the re
motest idea of purchasing a Fur Cap come to
this sale, and you will be sure sot to freesa
when the cold weather does set in.
The Hatter and Furnisher,
421 and 423 Smithfleld St.
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At this time ot jrear it has been, our custotrrto have a Clearance SeitatTmj&t
OeMs and eack of Carpets and Furniture. These sales have always beenremrkblr
success! lor the reason that this community evi always rely on the adrsr&eaeaC
of ihe time tried ' :WHff
HOUSEHOLD CREDIT CW
405 "Wood- -ba?ee-b-
RBDUOTIONS GREATER THAN EVERJ
Fsrmer price ef this uitt$40.
JFerthts week, in teven pieces, $28.
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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.
lhscoyebed Br accident, m compounding anotnsr creparati on, tne
Incomplete mixture was accidentally spilled on the back of the ban d, and
on washing afterward it. was discovered tbat the hair was completely re
moved. We purchased the new discovery and named it MODEME. It T
perfectly pure, free from all injurious substances, and guaranteed to be a
harmless as water. It is so simple anyone can use it, and
you will be smprised and delighted with the results. It sen mildly
but surely. Apply for a few minutes, then vash off, and the hair goes with
it. It has no connection whatever with any other hair preparation overused
for like purpose, and no scientific discovery has ever obtained such wonder
ful results, IT CANNOT FAIL. If the hair be thin and fine, one application
i will remove it permanently. The heavy crowtb. 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. Tonne peo
,sons who find an embarrassing growth of .hair coming should use Modene to
(early destroy its growth. "
Its Merits-Used by People of
Recommended by all Who Have Tested
Gentlemen who- do not appreciate nature's gift of a beard will find a priceless boon in Modene,
which does away with shaving. It penetrates the hair follicle or sac ana destroys the life prin
ciple, thereby rendering its tutors 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
yonr 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. (Gtneral
WaVtYri r Manufacturers of the Highest Qrsda Hair Preparations. Agents
J You ein register your letter at sny pot office and Insure Its safe delivery. I Wanted
CI finn RPUARn convince the public that Modene is an article of merit, we mall
I,UUU llbllnnu, with each bottle sold a leeal agreement to forfeit One Thousand
Dollars to any Purchaser or Scientist, it Modene fails to permanently remove the hair, or Ms
colors or injures the skin in the slightest manner, or produces any unpleasant sensation or feel
ins when aDplying or ever afterward.
EVERY BOTTLE IS GUARANTEED. Cut this advertisement out, as it may not appear again.
MONET TO JRELAKD, SCOTLAND,
Wales and England can best be sent by
checks ori the "Cheque Bank," which are cashed
by all bankers, merchants and tradespeople.
Wo sell them at lowest rates.
MAX SCHAMBERG & CO., 527 SMITH FIELD STREET.'
Everything en JFaay Terms, me ytw Uke thftu
$40 Parlor Suit now $28.
$25 Chamber Suit now $18. w
$15 Wardrobes now $10.
$20 Sideboard now
THE XYXFJB HAS BXZ2T PUT IX CJLMTXTM. ,- fc.
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GREATEST EVENT OP THE
KAUFMANNS' GREAT ANNUAL HOLIDAY SALE
Commencing to-morrow morning, will be the most extraordinary affair of the kind ever flashed upon this city.
With the weather in our favor, and the Holidays approaching,
f Here is your chance, gentlemen. You can't
icome too quick, if you want a Jim-dandy Overcoat
at these great -money-saving prices.
Men's heavy Cassimere Overcoats, well lined
and trimmed, were S4; our Holiday Sale price is 3.
Men's Raritan Beaver Overcoats, warm and du
rable, were $S; our Holiday Sale price is $5.
Men's full length wool Diagonal Overcoats, first
class garments, were 9; our Holiday Sale price is $6.
Men's elegant 'Melton Overcoats, long and short
cut, were S?io; our Holiday Sale price is $j.
Men's splendid Chinchilla Storm Overcoats;
sold all over at $12; our Holiday Sale price is $7 50.
Men's blue, black and brown Beaver Overcoats,
were $12; our Holiday Sale price is $9.
Men's English Sack Melton and Cassimere Over-N
coats, were 13; our Holiday Sale price is $10.
" Men's Diagonal Worsted Overcoats, extra well
made, full silk faced, were 13; our Holiday Sale
price is 10 50.
Men's French Kersey Beaver Overcoats, very
fine garments, were $16; our Holiday Sale price is
Men's genuine English Melton Overcoats, all the
latest shades, were 16; our Holiday Sale price is
Men's extra fine Kersey Beaver Overcoats, were
fij; our Holiday Sale price is $13.
Men's Carr's celebrated Melton Overcoats, short
and long cut, were 20; our Holiday Sale price is
Men's Elysian Fur Beaver Overcoats, custom
made, were 20; our Holiday Sale price is 15.
t Men's finest custom made imported Dress Over
coats, in the most fashionable and costliest materials,
such as Irish Friezes, Sedan Montagnacs, English
Chinchillas and Wide Wales, etc., were S25, JS27 and
$30; our Holiday Sale Prices are 18, 20 and 22.
Men's Pea Jackets or Reefers.
We have a complete assortment of stylish and
" serviceable garments, with or without Vests to match,
In Chinchilla, Beaver and Astrachan.
Prices for Jackets from $3 50 to $5.
Prices for Jackets with Vests, from 4 50 to $15.
Your Xmas Gifts while
the stock is complete.
If you will leave a small
deposit on what you buy
we will keep the goods
for you until called for.
Fancy Silk Vests.
Seal Caps or Gloves.
Full Dress Shirts.
WE ARE BOUND TO SELL MORE GOODS IN DECEMBER THAN DURING
ANY TWO PREVIOUS MONTHS IN THE YEAR. :::
This may seem a rather difficult undertaking, considering our very large and increased sales this fall,
but we have no doubt of its success. Read this announcement carefully and you will agree with us that
there virtually is no limit to trade when such low prices rule.
BOOTS and SHOES.
Ladies' oil pebble Button Shoes, workedbutton
holes, sizes 2 to 7, widths C, D andE, were $1 30;
our Holiday Sale price-is 98c ...
Ladies' glazed Dongola kid Button Boots, sizes
2j to 7, widths B to E, were 2; our Holiday Sale
price is $1 50.
Ladies' Amazon glazed kid Button Boots, patent
leather tips, Spanish arch and common sense' lasts,
flexible soles, all widths and. lengths, were $3 50 a
pair; our Holiday Sale price is $2 50.
Old Ladies' glove kid easy Shoes, hand made,
were $1; our Holiday Sale price is 50c.
All Misses' pebble goat spring heel Button Boots,
box tip, double sole, sizes 11 to 2, reduced from
$1 25 to 98c.
Children's pebble goat spring heel Button Boots,
box tip, double sole, sizes 8j to io1, at the un
equaled low price of 60c '
Men's button, lace or congress Shoes, plain or
tip toes, all sizes, were 1 50; our Holiday Sale
price is 98c.
Men's fine calf button, lace pi congress Shoes,
plain broad or narrow toes, withuips all sizes, were
$2 25; our Holiday Sale Price is $1 50.
Men's fine French calf hand welt Shoes, ail
styles and sizes, were $4; our Holiday Sale price is
Boys' button, lace and congress Shoes, solid
leather, plain, or toe cap, sizes 2 to 5, were 1 75;
our Holiday' Sale price is $1 25.
Men's French patent leather Oxford Ties and
Pumps, for parties and receptions, from $1 per pair
Men's solid kip Boots, all sizes, were $2 75; our
Holiday Sale price is $1 98. .
Same kip Boots for Boys, $rt 30.. -
Same kip Boots for Youths, $1 25.
Men's fine calf, tap sole, hand sewed Boots,
were $3 50; our Holiday Sale price is $2 50. (
'Men's Rubber Boots, $1 98.
Ladies' Rubber Shoes, 19c
HATS and CAPS.
Men's genuine fur Derbys, latest blocks, silk
band and lining, were $1 50; our Holiday Sale price
is 98c. , t
Young Men's English Buckle Derbys, our, own
importation, were $2 50; our Holiday Sale price is
Men's very fine Square Crown Derbys, very
latest style, were 3 25; our Holiday Sale price is
Men's very finest Youman, Dunlap and Knox
shape Derbys, were 3 75, $4 and $4 25; our Holi
day Sale price is $3 25.
Men's fine fur Crush Hats, very latest styles,
large and sir-all shapes, were 98c; our Holiday Sale
pi ice is 74c.
Men's finest French fur Crush Hats, light and
dark colors, large and small shapes, were $1 50; our
Holiday Sale price is 98c.
2,000 Men's college shape French Seal Caps,
good, reliable goods, were $1; our Holiday Sale
price is 69c
900 Men's French Seal Turban shape Caps,
were $1 50; our Holiday Sale price is 98c.
Best grades of Men's French Seal Caps, in all "
the new and popular styles, were $2 50, $3 25 and ,
$4', our Holiday Sale prices, $1 75, $2 50 and $2 75.
500 Men's genuine Seal Caps, were $3 50; our
Holiday Sale price is $2 50.
A complete line of Men's finest Alaska Seal
Caps, in Turban, Windsor, College, Jockey, Driving;" "
Alexis, Gotham, Boston and Detroit shapes prices
ranged from $8 to $15; our Holiday Sale prices r
range from $6 50 to $12. ,'
A large and magnificent variety of Boys' and
Children's Winter Caps, in Plush, Velvet, Corduroy
and Cloth, from 15c up to $r jo.
The popular pleated Windsor Caps for Boys
and Girls, the very latest novelty, at only 50c. , '
Good .Plush Caps at 25c ,. , .
Children's fancy Caps, 15c up.
Boys' and Children's Winter Caps of all kinds. 4
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Special Holiday Novelty
department is wchuck
full" with neat, lovely
aad appropriate "'Xmas
Gifts. Earliest .buyers L
Toilet Cases. ' , ...
Manicure Sets, - -ny'
Leather Dressing Sets ,
, Chatelaine BagsKV -
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Fancy Albums.' -' ' .f
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Pocketbooks. , s ..t
,r- Folding Mirrors
- French. DoilsS
Silk UmbrelSiV "
J Walking Caats. , ,V
Fathers, mothers aad guardjaas -cryV
isviaterested in Boys' Clothing. sapuW raMgfMd
aieh Miraculously lev prices at which -we'Malll
choice Overcoats during our Holiday Sate.
Bovs' extra lmur Cassimere Overcoat;'
liaiag, were $2 our; Holiday Sale prlca $!
Boys' extra iancypiaia uaeviqc ureter
liaiag, were $2 50; oar Holiday Price m 1
First-class Cape Overcoats, lm Casa
"Cheviots,vplaids, were $3; our Holiday Safcyncciis
Boys.' extra fiae Cassiawre Cape OversMta, were
t4? our Jtiouaay, aaie price is 3.
Boys' beautiful Lord ChajBWy Oveots, all
Vaee, were $ 5; our. Holiday Sal prictfia'fc?
' , Boys extr loag'faaey plaid HfUikCaf)etOver'
coats, were $6; our Holiday Sale price is $4. ?y
Boys' double aad. triplicate Cape Overetwts,-
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SIZES .r4 TO 19,' t ."
lovs'. sood, aeietl Cawiawre. Orfcts. warms
'fkaael liaiag, were Jfr,So; oar' HeiksySje price isl
., , Boys' elegaatCassinere OYes-ceta,?will last!
. several seasoas, were 3 50, our noty saie pnees
'WU 75. - .
i - Boys' blue and (Mack. Chi&chtlla Overcoats, w
jFc: our Holiday Sale price is tx so.
Boys' first-class Cavi6t aad Caasiatere Over
coats, vere $6; our Holiday Sale rice is Sa So. I
Boys' silk, face i. Mekoa. Ovrcats, very nobbyjl
were ti; our Holiday Sale wriee is t 71- M
Boys' finest impdrted eastern made Dress Over-fl
coats, in rjigusn hisjchius, acotca uitiw;
Cart's Melton'setc, EaatMll .Box. Cane aad Uls
style, prices were $xo, tt$Kmd 15; our HotfiaM
Sale prices are fj, f aaa pio. -6
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