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THU HtfrSBTTttS DISTANCE, EKtmstfAY, DECEMBERS 12, iflstt
Adjutant General Hastings Bids Defi
ance to Quay and Cameron
BOTH SENATORS FOE DELAMATER
And Ara Now Heeting With Annoying and
Montooth Marching Club, and have decided
to support the Pittsburg avorite for the Ee
publlcan Domination for Governor. Tho
club has a membership of 60 and has elected
the following officers -for 1890: Captain,
"William "W. Winehold; First Lieutenant,
B. B. Euth! Second .Lieutenant, S. G. Zer
iass; First Sergeant, Wayne Bard.
IN CAEEXIKG OUI THEIR PLANS.
rEFECUU.T5IXGRJLlI TO TEX DISPATCH.
Haeeisbueo, December 1L Strategic
movements preliminary to the coming battle
for the Governorship are lively and signifi
cant just now, and will probably soon re
sult, either in a practical surrender of the
field to Delamater, or a factional fight, the
result of which cannot be foreseen. Against
the advice oi some of his most intimate
friends and even some of his near relatives,
Adjutant General Hastings has decided to
be a candidate. This advice was given on
tne basis of a reasonable doubt whether he
could secure the support of the Pennsylvania
Senators, as against Delamater or any other
candidate. He has uttery failed to get the
least "countenance from either of the
Senators, not because they are opposed to
him, but because they think that for many
reasons Delamater is the most available
candidate for the nomination for the next
term of the Governorship.
BOXn SEXAXOKS FOB DELAMATEE.
The correspondent of The Dispatch has
positive information that upon the occasion
of the visit of Senator Delamater and Chair
man Andrews at Washington a week or so
ago, the Senator had the final assurance of
Senators Quay and Cameron that he wonld
receive their support, and, that at the prop
er time, their preference would be plainly
made known. The two visitors made their
home with Senator Qnay while in Washing
ton, and between them and the two United
States Senators the conferences were long
and earnest The field was thoroughly gone
The Dispatch's informant asserts that
Delamater and Andrews were able to show
that the former was far in advance of all
competitors in popularity and numerical
strength of delegates elected and to be elect
ed, and that the lull, free and formal in
dorsement of thi candidacy of the statesman
from Crawford county was given previous to
tne nnal separation.
EELTTXGON MAQEE'S AID.
In spite of the knowledge ot this fact the
Ad jntant General has declared himself a
candidate, and the fight therefore waxes
merry. Hastings has great confidence in
his own popularity, abd believes that he is
able to win, with or without the support of
Senators Quay and Cameron provided he
has so valiant a general as Mr. Christopher
Ik Magee. He has within the last Jew days
cnt loose from the Quay-Cameron mooring,
and is On the high sea of the Magee faction,
tinder iull sail, with every inch of-canvas
shaken out to the breeze.
To become the candidate of the Magee
faction, however, it was necessary to make
some arrangement with Montooth, and that
deal has just been effected in an agreement
that Hastings is to be supported as long as
be has a chance of election, and that in the
event of its becoming apparent that he has
polled his fnll vote in the convention with
out succeeding, he and Magee will attempt
to stampede the convention to Montooth.
AN DOLT EIGHT AHEAD.
While Delamater's friends profess to be- ,
lieve that neither Hastings nor Montooth
has a shadow of a chance or the nomina
tion, they admit that a very ugly eht may
jbe developed. Senators Quay and Cameron
have been forced to make some enemies out
of old friends in the distribution of offices
where these old friends espoused the candi
dates of the Magee faction, and of course all
of these will join with Magee and help to
make one-of the hottest factional fights ever
seen in a State convention.
One ot the most formidable lieutenants
of the Magee faction is Hon. John Dalzell,
of Pittsburg, who went with Magee in sup
port of Ford for the Pittsburg postoffice.
Senator Quay, feeling that it would be a
good thing to have at least a disturbing ele
ment to check and annoy the Magee forces
in their stronghold at Pittsburg, used the
power of his position as Senator and Chair
man of the National Executive Committee
to defeat this one chance of the Magee fac
tion to secure to one of their own workers
one of the high offices within the gift of the
BEATER'S PABSITE PAET.
H IVIll Not Interfere la the Selection of a
ISrXClll. TELEGRAM TO TBS PISrATCS.I I
Hakkisbubo. December U. Adjutant
General Hastings said to-day that he did not
believe that Governor Beaver was correctly
reported in the alleged interview in
which the Governor was made to say
some things not complimentary to him
in connection with his candidacy for
the Republican Gubernatorial nomina
tion. One of his reasons Jor this be
lief was that he was charged with making
promises which he had not given. Governor
Beaver, on his return to this city to-day,
in a mild form repudiated the Washington
interview, so far as it seemed to have
cast any reflection on General Hastings, but
admitted that he was greatly surprised when
it became known to him that his Adjutant
General was a genuine candidate for Gover
nor, because he supposed that he would not,
under any circumstances, antagonise the
choice of Senator Quay.
The Governor did not think it proper in
him to interfere in the selection of any can
didate to fill his place. Two members of his
own house were aspirants for the position
(referring to Secretary Stone and General
Hastings), and ne proposed to Keep
hands oft so far as any of
the several candidates were concerned.
He claimed to have said nothing in the
Washington interview about General Hast
ings having allied himself with a disgrun
tled element of the .Republican party.
JAPANESE WAKE BAZAAR.
Open tar tho Holidays Only.
You will wonder at our fine display.
Goods are going rapidlv, and we would ad
vise you to call early. Special discounts oa
Store open till 9 p. M. until Christmas,
Wm. Haslage & Sox,
Select Family Grocers,
18 Diamond Square, Pittatmrg.
Mbs. De. SiursoK. assisted by Prof.
Byron W. King, Mr. D. M. Bullock and
3Iiu Irene Sample, will give an elocution
ary and musical entertainment at the Pittsburg-Club
Theater on Thursday evening,
Dec. 12. Tickets at Kappel'a music store.
Continued Exhibition of Gowns & Garment
By request of the ladies of Pittsburg,
Miss Farr will continne to show her gowns
and garments for the remainder of the
week Also continue to take orders at
Seventh Avenue Hotel, Parlor 123.
Ctoak at Cot Price.
All newmarkets, jackets, plush sacques,
misses and children's cloalu greatly reduced.
Come now for great bargains at Bosenbaum
& Oo.'s. wrhssu
WuATj could be more appreciated than a
pretty picture for a Xmas present? We
have plenty at all prices, cash or credit, at
DOT Wood street, Hofpee Beos. & Co.
WHITE HOUSE PUNCH.
W. C. T. TJ, Proteat Sent to Mrs. Har
rison Coal Miners on a Strike All
tbe News From Nenr-
rsrXCIAI. TKLXQBAU TO THZ OtSFATCB.1
Noebistowit, Pa., December 1L The'
ladies composing the Norristown branch of
the Women's Christian Temperance Union
have sent to Mrs. Harrison, wife of Presi
dent Harrison, a letter expressing regret
that she served whisky punch to the Pan
American delegates when they were enter
tained at the White House. The letter con
cludes with the words: "Push back the
wine cup in our name.
New white apron material, 40 Inches wide,
at 12)4, 18 and 20 cts. Lace and open work.
Choice and pretty. 40-inch ditto, with dia
mond trimming, at 25 cts. to-dav.
Eoqgs & Buhl.
Elegant cylinder walnut and antique
oak bookcases, very useful Xmas presents
and yourown time to pay for the same, at
307 Wood street Hoppeb Beos. & Co.
60c, 60e and 75c a yard during our clear
ing sale for Priestley black silk warp Hen
riettas, were 85c, $1 and $1 25
TTSSU HUGTJS SS HACKE.
Novelties in silk umbrellas and canes.
James H. Aiken & Co.. 100 Fifth are.
Want nn Increase ofWsscii
CSPZClUf TSLZGBAK TO TBE DISPATCH.!
New Castle, December It The coal miners
at tbe Donthito coal bank, near Wampum,
have struck for an advance of 10 per cent per
day. Manager Donthite claims that the coal
trade will not justify a raise, and has given
orders to shnt down the works. The miners in
the other bants will also ask for an Increase in.
a tew days.
A Sensational Salt for Damage.
rSFSCUJ. TELEGRAM TO THJC DISPATCH. 1
Yotjkgstown, December 1L Mrs. Lucy
Btrock this afternoon commenced suit aeainst
her brother, Alexander Maurer, a wealthy
farmer, asking a judgment for t3,000 damages.
She alleges that he assaulted her, striking her
in the face and badly bruising her person. As
the parties aro well known the salt causes a
Involved In Financial Trouble.
lErECIAI. TELEGRAM fro TUB DISPATCH.)
Maetins Ferkt, O., December 1L Dixon
Bros., hatters, of this place, made an assign
ment this afternoon for the benefit of their
creditors. The liabilities are about 82.500. The
principal creditor is HcCord & Co., ot Pitts
A Strike Affnlnst Iocjr Hoars.
rgPXClAb TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.3
SCOTTDAXE, December lL The No. 1 coke
plant of H. C Frick A Co., at LejjenrfDg, Is
idle, caused by the drivers going out on a strike
on account of long hours.
Marriage XJcenses Granted Yesterday.
J Thomas B. Lee.. Pittsbnrg
( Emma F. Jtlicfc ; l'lttsbure
(Albert Gelbs Chartlers township
( Mattle Jobnstou Chartiers townsnlD
(MirUBUck .'. Tarentom
( Undll Seepan ....i .Tarentnm
J Julius A. Kelson Milwaukee, Wis.
i .Esther Xu btone rtttsburg
William A. Crittr Cleveland, O.
Anna Belle "Watson Allegheny
( Sarah E. Gallagher ., Chartlers township
( WiUiam A. Glllllacd Allegheny
( Alice S. Jordan Allegheny
John Galvln Mifflin township
( Emma Solman Mifflin township
(John llookler ...Allegheny
(Hora Doyle Allegheny
HOLDERS IN MASS MEETING.
QUAY'S WAT OP WOBKINQ.
Naturally Dalzell resented the refusal to
recognize his rights in tbe matter. Quay
regretted to offend and alienate Dalzell, but
it was better to do that than to perm it Ma
gee to secure the postmaster. Long before
the State Convention is held Senator Quay
will have filled every Government office in
Alleghenv county with his own friends.
Lyon and "Warmcastle are already ap
pointed. JIcKean will soon be. The Snr
veyorship and the pensionlagency will soon
have new incumbents.and these five leading
offices each with their corps of under
officials will make a formidable machine
w"" wiia to ugni .magee on nis own
Tne Delamater men confidently predict
that they will elect several of the delegates
from Allegheny county. One trouble in
the way of the smooth and successlul candi
dacy of Hastings is that he will either be
opposed by many of his former friends, or
be compelled to suffer their indifference and
HASTINGS' METD CHANGED.
The United States Senators have not at
any time opposed him. Thev have obliged
Mm in many ways. His "old and best
friends are nearly all friends of Cameron
and Qnay. Some of them hold office se
cured lor them by Cameron and Quay, and
many more are under great obligations to
the Senators. All of these have strennnntlv
objected to the Adjutant General entering
the race, unless he could secure the support
of Cameron and Quay. Per months after he
had expressed a wish to be a candidate
Hastings declared that he was in the hands
of the two Senators. He told Delamater
that if he could not get the indorsement of
the Senators he wonld not be a candidate.
Repeatedly and publiclv he declared that
without the consent of Quay and Cameron
he would not enter the race. Thus he has
allowed many of his friends to put them
selvesin a position which makes it impos
sible for them to give him their support,
and they predict that he will go into the
fight and fail, and so end his public ca
' THE GAUNTLET THBOWIT DOW1T.
utners Dans: on his success.
TI107 Will Assemble To-Klsht and Try to
Effect a Combination.
To-night at the mass meeting oCvmachinery
molders, to be held at Lafayette Hall, it
will be definitely decided whether an amal
gamation if the three now hostile unions
embracing the trade can be effected.
Some time since L. A. 1030, K. of L.,
which was instrumental during the last ten
years in raising tbe rate of wages from $1
per day to the present prices and controlled
the trade, came lorward and volunteered to
yield up its charter and allow its members
to enter either of the two otner organizations,
provided that on a vote it should find itself
in a minority. This extreme offer was not
appreciated by the other unions, and they
refused to be bound by similar terms.
As a result, at a meeting oi L. A. lOSO's
committee on Tuesday evening, it was de
cided that the assembly, as such, would
take no further part in attempting to form
an amalgamation. The individual mem
bers are, of course, allowed to take any ac
tion they may see fit at the meeting to-mcht.
There is a probability, owing to the rivalry
that exists between the different unions, that
no combination will be effected.
McFARIiAND GLEW On Thursday, De
cember 6, 1889, by the Kev. C. V. Wilson, Mr.
John F. McFabxahd. of Srushton, and Miss
Ida Clew, daughter of William Qlew, of the
fiUFFOB On Wednesday, December 11,
18S9, at 4:40 o'clock P. X., AGGIE S. RUFFCS,
in her 33d year.
Funeral from her late residence.Cotton alley.
Seventeenth ward, on Fbxday xonsxsa at
6.30 o'clock. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend.
DOSCH On Tuesday, December 10. 1SS9, at
525 p. M.. S aeah, wife of Michael Dosch, in
tbe 37th year ot her age.
Funeral from her late residence, 28 Robinson
street, Allegheny, on Fbidat, at 10 A. M.
Friends of tho family are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
DARHAGH On Monday. December 9, 18S9, I
at his residence, corner Klrkpatrlck street I -"
and fAmtaenvannn PUNtlHr TnlTWniBDinir I
in the 79th year of his age, father of Captain
John J. Darragb. of Memphis. Tenn., Captain
James L. Darraeh and Captain Thomas J.
Darragh, of Little Bock, Ark.
Funeral services at the residence of his
daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Norris, No. 372 Web
ster avenue, on Thursday afteenoos; De
cember 12, at 1:30 p. M. Friends of the family
are respectfully lavited to attend. 2
EVANS On Wednesday, December 11. 1S89,
at 8.43 o'clock. Martha, daughter of William
D. and Mary Evans, aged 3 years, 1 month and
Funeral from the residence of her gradpar
cnts, George B. Jones, Sylvan avenue. Twenty
third ward. Prankstown.
Pueblo, Colorado, papers please copy.
KLEE On Wednesday, December 11, 18S9.
at 9 a. it., Joseph Kxee, in the With year of
Notice of funeral hereafter.
McCLATCSEY OnMon&ay.December 9, at
7 p. n, James MCClatchey. aged 63.
Ftjnebai. on Thursday, December 12 at 1
p. xu, from his late residence, Chartiers station,
P. fc L. JS. R. R. friends f the family are re
spectfully invited to attend. 2
MCPHERSON At ber residence. 1 Sycamore
avenue, Sontbside, Wednesday evening at 11
And these have come from
afar, bringing their tribute of
elegance and beauty for merry
C hristmas firesides, furs from
forest and jungle, rugs from
Mosque and Bazaar,
Fur Rugs are great favor
ites for Holiday Gifts. We
show an unusual variety, both
"flat mounted" and "full
Tiger, Bear, Wolf, Fox.
An Oriental Rug is univer
sally accepted as the most
durable, artistic and beautiful
of floor coverings.
As one cannot have too
many of them, the giver of
one at Christmas is sure of
having done the right thing.
You will find all nationalities
and sizes in bewildering va
riety with us.
N. B. Our unique de
scriptive Holiday Catalogue
of 64 pages with its price list
and classified index of "pres
ents suitable for a- lady, gen
tleman, boy and girl" is now
ready to be had on application.
B. & B.
TottrsdAy, December 12.
The Manufacturers' Wholesale Price of
a lot 01 4A PANCY PLAK.NELS was
27Jo net four months (as they are usually
sold). Hence the merchant buys them and
he mark them 55c at retail. We mf to
this manufacturer fix a "snot cash" price on
a large lot of these and we will buy. We get
them at 22'c this is why we gait and so
sell them at 25c, and make an unusual
small profit and save you an important
amount on each yard. That is what is be
ing done here to-day with 35c, and perhaps,
45c Flannels almost a yard wide 25c the
price. The nicest oods for
CHILDREN'S DRESSES, .
LADIES' BLOUSE WAISTS
BOYS' SHIRTS or WAISTS
of any known Fabric. Come to the Flannel
Department and see these fine pretty 4-4
FLANNELS and try them for Children's
Nice Dresses 25o. This
GRAND HOLIDAY EXPOSITION
of the useful and ornamental is being added
to by every express. Choice goods and the
low prices take them ont as fast here.
HOLIDAY DRESS PATTERNS
in the Nice Boxes, so that when she get's it
the very appearance of it, "as well as the
merit, will make her fully appreciate such
a Christmas Gift. These Holiday Dress
At Black Goods' Department
At French Dress doods Department
At American Dress Goods Department
At Silk Warp and AH-Wool Cashmere De
partment. Prices, 53 50, 53, $4, H 50, J3
up to 516. Bargains and Choice Combina
tions. Some Choice Novelty Silks and
lovely shades Bilk Warp Cashmeres in some
of these boxes for Tea Gowns. Nowj
wouldn't that be a nice Christmas Present.
If not, buy an elegant BLACK SILK,
FAILLE FBANCAISSB, SATIN LTTX-
va, or jiuxaIj AtfMUitE, all at prices
that saves your pocketbook.
Thousands of Choice Presents from the
Child's 5c handkerchief to a 5250 Seal.
Pans and Berlin Novelties from 25o to flOO.
Bare and Artistic Pottery, and prices, low
price and cfioiie goods tell the story-, and
the proof of it is more new customers every
SOSTTL : OZQ-A-TJiS!
WILL, AS USUAL, MAKE HIS HEADQUARTERS
WHS" NOT select your Christmas Pres
ents now before the great rush begins? We
will keep the goods at our own risk until
you call for them; this gives yon all. the ad
vantages of an early selection from Un
broken and nnhandled stocks.
"WHT NOT do your shopping In tbe
morning and avoid the crowds' that throng
the store in the afternoon? Yon can ex
amine the goods quietly and at your leisure,
and not be jostled by the multitude.
WHY NOT send your orders by mail, if
you cannot come in person? We pay par
ticular attention to mail orders, and fill
them promptly and carefully.
Fleishman & Co.,
Beginning-ilONDAY, Dec 16, our Store
will be open every evening until 10 o'clock
until after Christmas.
THE COMING HOLIDAY THE.
- Sf -M
His Annual Carnival Receptions
Established over half ft Century.
MONDAY, December 23, from 9:30' to 12
from'2 to 5:30 and from 7 to 9 KM.
TUESDAY December 24, from 9:30 to 12 noon ah&
from 2 to 5:30 P. M. only,
Everybody expected to attend to witness the grand' pcrfonnancesu
which will be given, and all children (who must be accompanied bythe&v
nij.Atl. m- fWYnm ft tAYAf -mil a -amam.J ?.?. 1 T7-' H
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33 FIFTH AVENUE 33
B0GGS & BUHL,
115,117,119.121 federal st,,Ailegheny.
TtJB. AND CLOAK BOOMS Never
such a large choice for selection. Low
prices on medium to richest goods.
CPHEESON. aired 77 Tears
Following closely tbe death xt net husband,
Hotice of funeral hereafter.
McCOY On Wednesday momlnc, December
inai juage is stronger tnan any one dreams
of. and that he will be valiantly backed by
a mass of people who are dissatisfied with
the absolute domination of Quay, who noi
uwwwiuw uviuiu&uon oi yuy, woo now
has machinery at his command such as wa$
never possesseaieiore oy any one man since
the Republic was instituted. At any rate,
Hastings has decided to cast his lot with the
Mapee taction and so flings down his gaunt
let to Quay and Cameron. It is a new, and
to a ereat extent, an untried machine,
against an old engine which has had some
very hard knocks, but has pulled the train
securely over many a dangerous grade, jump
ing broken rails and steering clear ot open
Xhe silent man of the whole afiair is.
Stone, of Warren, who hopes that, in the
general wrecc oi matter ana crash of worlds,
he may pop up at the last as the only per
son of whom there is enough left to make a
iroxTooTE MincniNG CLUB.
A ImneaMtT County Organlzatloa Support
Af cbv Msutarrt Oaoldai.
KticAfin3rJfreeember-ll. Thfc TTar.
WZZJdJi m BgiJKEWioAi w.gy.yry
IS a blood disease. Until tne poison la
expelled from the system, there can
be no cure for this loathsome and
dangerous malady. Therefore, the only
effective treatment is a thorough course
of Ayer's Sarsaparilla the best of all
blood purifiers. The sooner yon begin
the better ; delay Is dangerous.
"I was troubled with catarrh for over
two years. I tried various remedies,
and was treated by a number ot physi
cians, but received no benefit until I
began to take Ayers Sarsaparilla. A
few bottles of this medicine cured me of
this troublesome complaint and com
pletely restored my health." Jesse M.
Boggs, Holman'8 Mills, N. C.
"When Ayer's Sarsaparilla was rec
ommended to me for catarrh, I was in-
clined to doubt its efficacy. Having
tried so many remedies, with little ben
efit, I had no faith that anything would
cure me. I became emaciated from loss
of appetite and impaired digestion. I
had nearly lost the sense of smell, and
my system was badly deranged. I was
about discouraged, when a friend urged
me to try Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and re
ferred me to persons whom it had cured
of catarrh. After taking half a dozen
bcttles of this medicine, X am convinced
that the only sure way of treating this
Obstinate disease is through the blood."
Charles H. Maloney, 113 Elver at.,
prtif jinn st
Dr. J. C Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Wee tl; six bottles, $& Worth (5 a bottle.
BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA.
1 CUPS FOB It
CHOICEST, PUKESI.BEST. TRY IT.
(Scented and Urrsoented)1
, KttTiFiL zmmnm.
-, xOJ-r ALL Bi4i
11, 1SS9, Richaed ilcCOT, in the 81st year
Funeral on Friday, 13th Instant, at 2.30 P.M.,
from the residence of his son, John McCoy, No.
ZU Second avenue. Friends of the family are
respectlully invited to attend. 3
NIU3 On Tuesday. December 10, 1889, at
230 p. il, Hknkt Hies, aged 61 years a months
Funeral on Txcubsdat at 2 p. m. from his
late residence. No. 1118 Sarah street, South-
side. Pittsburg, Pa. Friends and members of
lit Oliver Lodge No. 38, K. and L. of H., are
O'MALLEY On Tuesday, December 10,
1889, at 3 p. m., Patbick 0'Mai.ley, aged 21
Funeral from the residence of his uncle, Pat
rick Ford, Twenty-fourth street and Mulberry
alley, ou Thursday, December 12, at 250 p.m.
Friends of the family are respectfully Invited
to attend. 2
PICKERING On Tuesday. December 10,
1SS9, at 8 o'clock p. v., William Pickeresq,
id his 60th year.
Funeral services will be held at tbe residence
of bis son-in-law, Wm. Bradley, Chartiers ave
nue, Chartlers, Pa., on Fbidat afternoon
at 1 o'clock. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend.
PARKER At his residence In Sharpsburtr,
on Wednesday mornioe, December 11, 18S9,
Hknky Pakkee, aged 43 years 8 months.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
RYAN On Wednesday, December 11,1839,
at 2.30 p. x.. Hannah, beloved wife of Patrick
Ryan, aged G9 years.
Funeral will take place from tbe residence of
her husband, Forty-eiebtb and Harrison
streets, on Friday, December 13, at 80 a.m.
Services at at. Mary's, Forty-sixth street, at 9
A.K. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend.
Paterson, N. J., papers please copy, 2
REICHWEIN On Tuesday, December-10,
18SU.at7.30P. M.. Jennie, younsest daughter
of Jacob and Ida Reichweln, aged 7 years.
Funeral from the parents' residence, rear of
75 Beavr avenue, Allegheny, on Thursday.
December 12, at 10 A. M. Friends of tbe family
are respectfully invited to attend. 2
TKOTJDY On Wednesday, December 11,
0889, tit 8 P. ., WASTES CLAltr, oldest child
of Henry C. and Mary Trondy, aged 6 years, 6
months and 12 days.
Funeral from parents' residence, 4012 Liberty
avenue, on Fbidat at 2 P. u. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend.
JAMES ARCHDJAIaD A BRO
XXVERY AND SALE STABLES,
117,118 and 138 Third avenue, two doors below
Bmltbfleld et, next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages for funerals,?! Carriages foroperaa,
parties, io, at the lowest rates. All now car
riages. Telephone communication. myl-U-rrs
We have the lareest assortment of Ladies'
and Gentlemen's Umbrellas we have ever
shown and prices lower than ever before.
Our stock ranges in prices from $1 25 to
$20 each, which will give every one a chance
to Duy. we will mention tne priced a
few ot them:
Our first two numbers are Natural Wood
Sticks and Metal Caps, 26-mch, at $1 25.
Better grade of Metal and Gold Caps; 26
inch, at (1 CO.
Best to be had for the money is our Metal
Handles, in 26-lnch, at $1 75 and 52; also
Natural Sticks at 52.
Special Number in 6-inch Metal Handles,
26-incb, at $2 50; former price $3 50.
zo-inch extra nne .Natural bucks and Sil
ver Handles at $3 and $3 50.
Extra value in 26-inch Silver and finest
Natural Sticks at $4 and $5.
Ladies' 26-inch Sterling Silver Handles,
special price $6 and $7 each. The same
kind we sold at $13 and (14 each last season.
Also, finer grades, including Solid Silver
on Ivory and fine Natural Sticks, with Sil
ver Mountings and Plain Solid Silver Han
dles, from $7 to 818 each.
Gentlemen's Umbrellas, 28-inch, Natural,
at CI 50 and $2 50.
28-inch Metal Handles, at $2 25, $2 78, $3.
28-inch Fine Natural Sticks at $3 50 and
28-inch Silver Handles at SI and $5, in
cludes every style and shape handles, Which
is a very fine assortment to select Irom.
Fine Natural Sticks with solid silver
mountings, In 28-inch, at 55, $6, $7 50, f9
Solid Silver Handles in bright and
oxydized, from ?7 to J12, 28-inch.
Solid Silver on Smoked Ivory and Pearl,
ranging in price from $12 to $20.
Fine Assortment of Ladies' Black Wood
Ebony Handles, 26 and 28-inch, from $2 25
to 87 50. .
24-inch Umbrellas for Children inNatural
and Silver Handles, fronv$l 25 to $3 50.
We have an extra force of clerks and can
guarantee you prompt attention.
TtlfS is Not a BANQUET LAMP
PIANO EXTENSION LAMP,
Made in Antique
Brass, fitted with
Duplex Burner and
Silk fringed Para
And the prioeis
811 each. We have
Piano Lamps from
68 95 eaoh to 876
THE J. P, SMITH
LAMP, GLASS AND CHINA C0M
935 PENN AVENUE,
Between Ninth and Tenth streets.
P. S. Wo still have a few of those BRASS
BANQUET LAMPS, with Silk Fringed Um
brella Shades, at M 75 each.
OPEN NIGHTS TILL a del2-97-TTS
As dealers in reliable Furs only our repu
tation for over fifty years has never been
questioned. Whatever other qualities we
deem advisable to keep we always
CABRY THE BEST.
Our immense stock of Seal Garments is
no exception to this rule.
Every garment quoted below is absolutely
reliable and warranted.
Alaska Seal Sacques, full length, $140,
Alaska Seal Jackets, $125, $135 $150.
English Walking Coats (half sacque),
"Very fine23-in. Jackets (Martin's London
A few Seal Jackets and Wraps at $75.
Sole Agents for Treadwell's Celebrated
Mahogany Dye Seal Sacques, warranted 13
Endless variety of Shoulder Capes, in
Sables, Astrakhan Persianer, Seal, etc., at
Also every description of Small Furs.
Manufacturers of Furs,
441 WOOD STREET.
Or the Liquor Habit Petilirely Cured
Administering Dr. Haines'
It can be given in a cap or coffee or tea without
the knowledge or tbe person taking It; 13 abso
lutely baraless, and will effect a nermsbent and
(needy enrev whether tbe patient is a moderate
drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of
Drunkards bare been made temperate men who
drinking from tbeir own tree will. IT WEVEK
bare taken Uolden Specific in their cotlee without
tueir Knowieage ria to-aay believe tber
O. D. LEVIS. Solicitor of Patents,
SU Fifth avenue, above Smitbneld. next Leader
office. (No delay.) Established 20 years.
KAILS. The STStem once lmoreffnited vlth thA
Bpeclflc, It becomes an utter Impossibility for tbe
liquor appetite to exist. For sale by A. J Bank In.
Btxth and Penn aTcPittsbuxg: E. Uolden A Uo
63 E. Federal at., Allegheny. Tliade supplied by
tteo. A. Kelly tOJ.,
PLATE. AND SHEET-IRON
SHEET IROK ANNEALING
With an Increased capacity and hydraulic
machinery we are prepared to furnish all work
In our line cheaper and better than, by the old
methods; Repairing and general machine
work; Twenty-ninth street and Allegheny Val
ley Railroad. feo-U-rrs
HORNE .& WARD,
41 FIFTH A VENUE.
SPBESENXED IN PITTSBURG IN ISO.
Assrrs . ?9Xi71,59fi3K.
Insurance Ce. of North America,
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 81 Fourth avenue. ii2-s2-D
H. H. DURBIN & CO.,
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SCOTT'S GREAT DISCOVERY!
What I Can Do With It.
I can enm an ordinary case of nlearatf an with
one application, bad cases in two or three. Cure
guaranteed to be permanent; I sever fail. Cure
sensitive and painful teeth, with exposed nerves
or pulps, without pain. Can save you the trou
ble of going to the dentist by tbe month for
treament. Will not discolor your teeth as
other dentists do. I Invito troublesome cases
where other dentists have failed. I willVoro
yon. To be had only at Dr. C 8. Scott's Dental
Offices, 621 Penn are., opposite Home's.
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Oold fillings from (1 up. AaaJgan, 69c:
silver, 75c; white alloy, $L
Gold Crowns a specialty-
DR. J. M. McCLAREN,
Corner Smitbfleld and Fourth avenue.
. r . " . jV' vfir --i 4U4HV, r
NO. 41LWOOD KnxmSOBBe&
nEoisrEir sjvtix-Gc prices
GREAT HOLIDAY SALE.
See our grand display of Dolls, Games, Books
and Toys. The best' line and the lowest prices in
the two cities in Plush Brush and Comb Sets, Mani
cure Sets, Shaving Sets, Silverware, Bronzes,
Albums, Bibles and Bric-a-Brac. The weather be
ing against us on Cloaks and Wraps we have de
cided to create a demand by making the Lowest
fices ever quoted in this or any other city If you
care for a Cloaa or w rap now is your time to get it.
Special: Our stores will be open evenings, com
mencing Monday next, December 16, until Christmas.
POPULAR STORES, ... " .
S42&&. j&Jb4J J' j u.v.iiyiUi' ii
CHRISTMAS : DAY
Santa Glaus Will Make His Eighth Annual Visit
ORPHAN HOMES AND ASYLUMS
PITTSBURG and ALLEGHENY.
EVery inmate; therein will be presented with, a token oi good will :
from tneir friends, Gusky's.
i Mf 1 of 111 M
OVERCOATS For Me' Bys and Children. We've had no winter
weather yet to speak of. But it'll come and when it
does be prepared for it What more appropriate gift than an Overcoat?
All sorts here and at all sorts of prices. Men's, 5 fo 30 Boys', $z 50
to $15; Children's $1 25 to f 10. You cannot go wrongy no matter what
price you pay.
SUITS For Men Bo7s an( Children. As appropriate every bit as
wvercuais ior presents mens, j4. 10 so: .coys . $1 So to Siai t
jm .- - . 'a. ' '. -. M jj
Omldren's, 98c to $10. What manner of man, boy or child is there, we
wonder, that We can't suit to a T as easily- in goods as in prices. No
old chestnut wormy, moth eaten or shop1 worn goods here. Everything
new and stylish and the best in the city, no matter what price paid.
SMOKING JACKETS. House Coat3' ec- Beautiful designs, fash-,
' lonably trimmed, elegantly made, 55- to $ia.
DRESSING GOWNS For father' grandfather, husband, aged friend
j vl (jaaiuj. nxuucjr iv uc baveu in me purcnase
of a Dressing Gown here. Plain or lively colors checks, plaids, stripes, -plain
solid colors, etc. You'll find lots of 'em here quite different from
what you'll find elsewhere. $8 to 25.
NECKWEAR! decidedly the largest and haadsomesf display in town.
The patterns in both Silk and Satin are grand beyond:
aesenpnon, ana many or tne patterns are exclusive with us. All thes
most noted of manufacturers goods are here, and our prices are 2$, aj'e,
and even 50 per cent lower than you'll pay exclusive (?) furnishing goods;
dealers for their exclusive (?) goods. .
. . . . t
SHIRTS I That'll fit and that're right in every way inside and out-;
- ?J rk . . 1 4 -m J
siae. uur assortment simpiy immense ana includes every-
uiiig, xiii Luc ucnos' vwuvaiba ijx iiauuaciuui U1UCICU UUSUHiS. UjreCEjrl
from Switierland. Also Pique bosoms, Pleat bosoms, Satin. Stripes and!
finest Xjinen uosoms. xrices guaranteed 25 per cent lower tnan any
umci uuuac xu xiiu-tuuig
HANDKERCHIEFS ! ChineSfi and Pongee Silk Handkerchiefs, hem-ft
stitcnea, 34c to oac. .bxtra heavy 24-inch iK
Pongee Silk, 98c to $i xg. Initial Silk Handkerchiefs, special initial,.
49 c to 74c uiacK rongee but nanakeTcWefs, hemstitched, the newest
fad, 98c Fancy Colored Silk Handkerchiefs, every color of the rain
bow, choice patterns, 24c to $2 24
UMBRELLAS! A most PPalar holiday present Odd, quaint, rich,-
novel, striking and beautiful sticks, alsa exquisite,! ,
carvea ivory nanaies, .ctcnea sterling silver. .Handchased Gold, etc
It'll pay you to see these goods. As usual we will engrave name or
initials on all goods free of charge.
HOSIERY I A.larSc aad comprehensive. Stock, where you'll find any
thing and everything wanted. Especially are we prepared,
with fine grades and choice novelties for the Holidays'. Men's genuine
imported Scotch Wool half hose, 240 "Castle Gate" Merino half hose,
regular 25c goods, 19& per pair only.
GLOVES! Agreatan,d complete assortmjnt that includes every kindr J
"""" UUTiUg.- .uujra 1UU VJIUYC4 UJT HAlllCUS, JliUU UC lUXg -
top, 49c per pair. Men's plain or ftrf top Kid Gloves, regular 75c goods,
49c per pair. Perrine's best Pique unlined Kid Gloves resrular urice.
$2 2f, for $1 81 only. Finest Dress and Street Gloves, in all the newest, 3
styles and at figures that 11 shame the nigh-pneed dealers.
SLIPPERS! Handsomely Embroidered Velvet nicely embossed
leather, imitation alligator, goat opera, genuineseal, lml-
lauuu luaiu, ucautjiui piuau uuu tiicuiuc, inuiauon seat, elegant, patent
leather. The choicest patterns, chamois lined and quilted satin linings,
etc., etc." aiippers ior j-aares, aien, .oojs. xviisses ano unuaren.
MUFFLERS! choicest designs in bdth domestic and foreign
weaves, ah sujc jjriumers, 74c to ??. Cashmere!
Mufflers, the real serviceable ones, 24c to $1 24. Our stock is bigge
than ever and of course handsomer than we've ever had before. Prices!
lower than at any other Holiday time. We ve got the dead wood onia
otner aeaiers witn our prices, too.
WINTER PAPSf Thousands of them, Hush Caps, Plush Turbans?
Fur Caps, Fur Turbans, etc.; genuine Sealskiaf
Laps, $2 49, S3 98, ?4 39. An immense stock-and variety of ChildrwL'j
hancv i-ans. m TiiHsn ana veiver. rrom 2 At? tirr ii
i j. x 1: r
Fur Foot Muffs, $4; Floor Rugs, $4 upj Gum Knee Robes, Kusi
Back, $x g8; Fur Robes, $3 60 up, Wolf and Foxhead Rues, c- ant
Ladies' Work Boxes, 34c. to $1; Shoe Sets, with Qxydized Silver Sh'oel
Hom, Glove and Shoe Buttonen in plush, boxes, xt ?o; Manicure
99c to $8 50; Shaving Sets, 74c to $111 Smokers Sets, 8gc to fe: Col
and Cuff Boxes, in, plush and leather, 99c to J3, 50; Toilet Sets, ggdtc
$25; Domestic Dressing Sets, ia Celluloid or Amber Fittings; 6oer tia
$3 S etc etc ,M
flThe balance of the elegant Pictures (which, we've been ersltur
. .... t . A . - . . . 0V
away tne past rewweexsj given away unm tneyre all gone wita ev
puik.uac iu wu aA,.AA.a w ivuuu uuunu. i(j uic amuuufc vk p.
ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.