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BED'S LITTLE LIST.
(The Speakpr Announces the Bemain-
der of the Douse Committees
GRATITUDE -TO HIS FRIENDS
Shown bj Xearly All of the Best Placa
Being GIren to Them.
1P.XSILTAKIA PARES YRY WELL
ITEOMX STAJT CORBESPOXDINT. J
WSHiNOTOir, December 2L The anx
iously awaited announcement of the Honse
committees came to-day, but it was not un
til the very last minute. Speaker Eeed
kept back, the list as long as possible, in
order to give Chimself the opportunity of
making chances in it, should they become
necessary. But after the day's business was
done, and the House ready to adjourn for
the Christmas holidays, there was no further
occasion to delay the announcement, which
was made several weeks earlier. than has
been the practice in the last few Con
gresses. The result of the Speaker's labors is, as a
whole, admired. Of course there are a few
individual members who are not perfectly
satisfied with their own assignments, but
even these are willing to agree that perhaps
the men who got the places for which they
were contending had the better claim to
- - ' KETSTONE PEOPLE PLEASED.
The Pennsylvania members are all well
pleased with the assignments made them.
No fewer than seven chairmanships are dis
tributed among the delegation from that
State. Mr. Bingham, of Philadelphia, gets
the Committee on Postoffices and Postroads,
.for which he is peculiarly adapted on, ac
count or his long service as one of its mem
bers and the study he has given to the sub
ject coming within the range of its work.
Mr. McCormick, of Williamsport, is
equally well suited in his selection to be at
the head of the Committee on Bail ways and
Mr. Dalzell ijets what he wanted, the
chairmanship of the Pacific Railroads. He
will introduce the same mnding bill which
was before the last Congress. Mr. Scranton.
of Scranton, being a new member, is spe
cially honored in getting a chairmanship,
.even though bnt a small one, that of Ex
penditures in the State Department Mr.
Atkinson, of MifSintown, gets a private
room as chairman of Expenses in the Treas
ury Department, and Mr. Yardley another,
at the head of the Committee on 'Expenses
in the "War Department.
Mr. O'Neill, of Philadelphia, is in some
measure compensated for the loss of the
chairmanship of the Committee on Com
merce, which he desired, by securing the
first place on the Library Committee. The
other assignments of Pennsylvania members
are as follows:
" McCormick, Judiciary, Education ;W "-.It of
Susquehanna, Banking -and Currenoy; Mutch
ler, of Easton, Coinage, Weights and Measur s.
Private Land Claims; O'Neill, of Philadelphia,
Commerce; Tow-wend, of New Brijrhton,
Rivers and Harbors; Bingham, Philadelphia,
Merchant Marine and Fisheries, and Eleventh
Census; Brosins, of Lancaster. Apiculture,
Militia, Private Land Claims; Scranton.
or -Scranton, Foreign Affairs; Osborne, of
Wilkesbarre. Military Affairs. Labor: Watson,
of Warren, Naval AfiairsPublic Lands; Har
mer, of Philadelphia, Indian Affairs.Expendi
tures Interior Department; Rife, of Mid
dletown. Territories, Indian Depredation
Claims; ReiUy, of PottsvUle, Mines
and Mining; Darlington, of West
Chester, Public Buildings and Grounds; Scull,
of Somerset, Levees and Improvement of the
Mississippi Biver. Pensions; Culbertson, or
Girard. Patents. War Claims? nnir nfRmnb.
vjlle Invalid Pensions, Expenditures of Post.
ouice .Department; Ita'
Balnes, New York. ' Moore, New Hampshire;
Wallace, Massachusetts; Flick, Iowa; Craine,
Texas; Blccs. California: Cooper, Indiana:
O'Neill, Massachusetts; O'Beillv, Massachu
setts. Agriculture Funston. Kansas: Concer. Iowa:
Pugsley, Ohio; Allen, Michigan; Brosiua, Penn-J
Dakota: HilL Illinois- Wilson. Kentucky:
Hatch, Missouri, Stahlnecker, New York;"
Morgan, Mississippi; McClammy. North Caro
lina; Forman. Illinois; Brookanire, Indiana;
Joseph, New Mexico.
Levees and Improvements of the Mississippi
Hirer Burro wsLMichigan ; Scull, Pennsylvania;
Coleman, Iowa; Wilson, Kentucky: Houk, Ten
nessee; Brower, North Carolina; Niedrinenaus,
Missouri; Beckwitb, New Jersey; Lawler, Illi
nois; Stockdale, Mississippi: Jackson, west
Virginia; Norton, Missouri:Botbner, Louisiana.
Judiciary Ezra P. Taylor, Ohio; Stewart,
Vermont; Caswell, Wisconsin: Adams, Illinois;
Aucnanan, jxew jersey: inompson, unio; .uu
Cormick, Pennsylvania; Sherman; New York;
Reed. Iowa; Culoerson, Texas: Oates, Alabama;
Rogers, Arkansas; Wilson. West Virginia;
ART inadvertislng.; Send for-estimate
and designs. 'General printing.
PrrrsBimo Photo-Eno. Co.,
ttssu . 75, 77, 79 Diamond st.
Dlnn-tage Llceeaea Granted Yesterday.
Kane. . Ueildtnee.
( Jacob B. Boone...., Pittsburg:
Elizabeth L. dels Httibnr
(William P. Hhev.....
Elizabeth J. Kowland..
John U. Boules..,., ....Pittsburg
Maggie Stebler , ........Pitttbnrjr
JJamosTrapp , . ...Plttsbnrg
(Joseph Long.. ; .....Illtei station
Panllne Princle.... Hltes station
WIckham, Ohio; Browne, Virginia; LInd, Mln
U' Weill, Indiana;
Merchant Marine and Fisheries -J. M. Far
quhar. New York; Hopkins, Illinois; Dingley.
Jr., Maine; Bingham, Pennsylvania: Banks,
Massachusetts; Clark, Wisconsin: Wheeler,
Michigan: Ewart. North Carolina; Cummings,
New York; Wheeler, Alabama: Wise, Virginia;
Fithian, Illinois; Price, Louisiana.
Military Affairs Cutcbeon, Michigan: Bock
well, Massachusetts; Osborne, Pennsylvania;
Spooner, Rhode Island; Williams, Ohio; Lan
sing, New York; Snyder, Minnesota: Klnsey,
Missouri; Spinola, New York; Wheeler, Ala
bama; Lanham, Texas: Wise, Virginia; Rob
ertson, Louisiana; Cary, Wyoming.
Naval Affairs Boutelle. Maine; Lodge,
Massachusetts; Watson, Pennsylvania; Wal
lace, New York; DeHaven, California; DolU
ver, Iowa; Wheeler, Michigan; Coleman,
Louisiana; Herbert, Alabama McAdoo, New
Jersey; Whitthorne, Tennessee; Busk, Mary
land: Elliott, South Carolina.
BINGHAM'S GOOr ONE.
Postoffices and Postroads Bingham, Penn
sylvania: Ketcham. New York; Hopkins, Illi
nois; Candler, Massachusetts; Caldwell, Ohio;
Evans, Tennessee; Carter, Montana; Wilson,
Washington; Beckwith, New Jersey; Blount
Georgia: Hayes, Iowa; Anderson, Mississippi:
Crain, Texas; Montgomery, Kentucky; Turpm,
Alabama; Calne, Utah.
Railways and Canals McCormick. Pennsyl
vania: Payne. New York: Cutcheon. Michi
gan; Caldwell, Ohio; Randall, Massachusetts;
Sweeney, Iowa: Wallace, New York; Laws,
Nebraska; Cobb, Alabama; Oato, Arkansas;
McClellan, Indiana: Lester, Virginia; Lester,
Library O'Neill, Pennsylvania; Sanford,
New York: Davidson, Florid.!.
printing RnsselL Connecticut; Stivers, New
York; Richardson. Tennessee.
Mines and Mining Carter, Montana; Van
de7er, California; Gest, Illinois; Townsend,
Colorado; Kinsey, Missouri; Stephenson. Mich
igan: Stockbridge, Maryland: McGord, Wis
consin; Rowland, North Carolina; Whiting;
Michigan; RelUy, Pennsylvania; Cooper, Indi
ana; Venable, Virginia: Smith. Arizona.
Militia Henderson, Iowa; Houk, Tennessee;
Henderson. Illinois; Brewer, Michigan; Stivers,
New York; Brosius, Pennsylvania; Kennedy,
Ohio; Kelly, Kansas: Forney, Alabama; Seney,
Ohio; Gibson, Maryland; BUnchard, Louisiana;
Patents Bntterworth, Ohio; Buchanan, New
Jersey; Simonds, Connecticut; Peters, Kansasi
Culbertson, Pennsylvania; Niedringhaus, Mis
souri; Belknap, Michigan; Evans,sTennessee;
Tillman, South Carolina; Cowles, North Caro
lina; Buchanan, Virginia; Martin,Texas; Wiley,
If gw Yorlc
Invalid Pensions Morrill, Kansas: Sawyer,
New York; Craig, Pennsylvania; Nute, New
Hampshire: Belknap, Michigan: Fllca, Iowa:
Taylor, Tennessee; Wilson, Kentucky; Laws,
Neb aska; Yoder, Ohio; Lane, Illinois; Good
night, Kentucky; Turner, Georgia; Lewis, Mis
sissippi; Martin, Indiana.
BAY NOX POEOOTTEN.
Claims Laidlaw.New York; Boothman,Ohlo;
Choadle, Indiana; Finley, Kentucky; Ray,
Pennsylvania; Ewart, North Carolina; Smith,
Illinois; Wilson, Washington; Burton, Ohio:
Mansur, Missouri; Bunn, North Carolina;
Pendleton, West Virginia; Wilcor, Connecti
cut; Carlton, Georgia; Dunpbay,-Ne w York.
War Claims Thomas, Wisconsin; Grosvenor,
Ohio; Broner, North Carolina: Gest, Illinois;
Simonds, Connecticut; Culbertson, Pennsyl
vania; Taylor, Tennessee; Dolliver,Iowa; Stone,
lT.fi.,ifiL-l If nl.h Pann.vllnlai Pntiu TAn.
nessee; Spinola, New York; Brown, Indiana.
Revision of Laws Browne, -Indiana: Finley,
Kentucky; Yardley. Pennsylvania; -Quacken-bush.
New York; Smyser, Ohio; Stewart, Ver-
(Otto Sander,.., ..Rankin station
.Charlotte Bcnuitz PitUbnrg
( Henry A. Stelnbangh. ,
( Ablral Burnln. ........
Alfred L. Donaldson .New York
(Mary A. Martin ;..... ., .Allegheny
i Krank Schwartz. ...., McKeesport
I Emily Llckman ..MeKeesport
fElof Carlson Unquetne
Charlotte Carlson Daqoema
( Alfred Beinn , MeKeesport
Mollle William , MeKeesport
( Thomas Tyler Pittsburg
Eliza A. J. Stokes 1'lttsburg
J John Hanlon.
i rt -m nri-j.. i?itv.k.
m II. TltlUC,.t,l......,t, I(MMU.U4.
Minnie L. Stliumell TVllklnsburga
ij. o. eneaner ocoiiaaie
Lizzie F. White , MeKeesport
Sophia Ellison Allegheny
J John AlmonUts.. ....ChartUrs
(Alary Anne 1'owllajtcs Pittsburg
Wayncsburg, mont; Bergen, New Jersey; Greenbalt, Massa
of liimliitotro. District or Columbia, Expend!- Kentucky.
Claims. Expenditures of the Naw Denart- rtmsetts
rnent; Maish, of York. War Claims; Atkinson. Bullock. Florida; Edmunds,
tis, Alabama; Magner, New York;
"" aturra ntrPnWlc Buildings; Tardier of Doyles-
wu,ucijubi uig urn; uayne. ot jiie
cheny; Reform in the Civil Service; DalzelL of
Pittsburg, Elections; Buckalew. of Blooms
lmrg.Electlon of President and Vice President;
Kelly, or Philadelphia, Manufactures; Ran
dall, of Philadelphia, Appropriations; Brunner.
of Reading, Private Land Claims.
HIS PBIENDS BEWABDED.
One very apparent thing in the formation
of the committees is the care Speaker Eeed
has taken to reward his friends and set
down those who voted against him. Mr.
Haraer, of Philadelphia, was in line for
the chairmanship of the Committee on
Naval Affairs, but he voted and
worked for McKinley, and gets an
insignificant assignment The Speaker
has also looked out very carefully for his
colleagues from the State of Maine. Mr.
Dingley he put on the Ways and Means
Committee, which is equivalent to a chair
manship of any other committee. Mr. Milli
keo gets the chairmanship of the Committee
on Public Buildings and Grounds, and Mr.
Boutelle, the remaining member of the
Maine delegation, that on Naval Affairs
Thic favoritism has caused a trooa deal of
tait among tne less lortunate members. The
formation of the committee on the election
of President and Vice President is also the
subject of some commentto-night. This is
the committee which is to report a Federal
.election law, and the Speaker has placed
upon it several of the ablest debaters on the
Bepublican side, among thjsm being Lodge,
of Matsacbnsetts, Henderson, of Iowa, and
McComas, of Maryland. The Democratic
part of the committee is, however, notice
Mr. Mason, of Chicago, is made the Chair
man of the special committee to investigate
the Ohio ballot box forgeries. A Demo
cratic member, commenting on this, re
marked that it looked as though the Speaker
. -wished to make a hippodrome of this in
. THE BEST OF THEM.
Detail of the Mast Important Committees
Pennsylvania's Share Is Not tbo
Least by Any Menus How
All Are Placed.
."Washington, December 2L The most
important Honse committees announced to
day by Speaker Beed, in detail, are as follows:'
Committee on Rivers and Harbors Hender
son, Illinois; Grosvenor, Ohio; Herman, Oregon:
Bowden, Virginia; Clark, Wisconsin; Stephen
son, Michigan; Moffit, New York; Townsenfl,
Pennsylvania; Niedringhaus, Missouri; Blanch'
ard, Louisiana; Catchings, Mississippi: Gibson.
Marylanu; Stewart, Texas; Lester, Georgia;
'Banking and Currency Dorser. Nebraska:
Conger, Iowa; Morrill. Kansa; Wilbur, New
York; Arnold; Rhode Island; Walker, Massa
chusetts; Wright, Pennsylvania; Evans, Ten
nessee; Dargan, South Carolina: Covert, New
-York; Shively, Indiana; Wike,Blinots; Hanes,
Coinage, Weights "and Measures Conger,
Iowa; Wickham, Ohio; Walker, Massachusetts;
Carter. Montana; Comstock, Minnesota; Bar
tine, Nevada; Knapp, New York; Taylor, Bli
noisi Bland, Missouri; Tracey, New York;
Mutchler, Pennsylvania; "Wilcox. Connecticut;
'Williams, Illinois; Joseph, New Mexico.
Pensions Delano, New York; Finley, Ken-
iuqaj, wu", j- BuufljtujHMBj oymser, unio; van
Scbaack. Wisconsin; Randall, Massachusetts,
HilL Bllnols: Brown, Virginia: Henderson.
If ortb Carolina; Martin, Texas; Barwig, Wis
consin: NortoD, Missouri: Parrett, Indiana.
Foreign Affairs Hitt, -Illinois; Ketcham,
New xork; Morrow. California; Rockwell,
Massachusetts; Dunnell, Minnesota; Thompson,
Ohio; Scranton, Pennsylvania; Coleman,
Louisiana; McCreary, Kentucky; Hooker.
Mississippi; Chipmsn, Michigan; Fitch, New
York; Andrtw, Massachusetts.
Public Lands Payvon, Illinois; Turner, Kan
sas: Watson, Pennsylvania; ball, Minnesota;
Lacey, Iowa; Do Haven, California; Hlckler,
South Dakota; Townsend, Colorado; Holman,
Indiana; Stone, Missouri: McRae. Arkansas;
Stockdale, Mississippi; Quinn, New York;
Immigration and Naturalization Owen. In
diana; Brewer. Michigan; Leblbacb, New
Jersey; De Haven, California; Covert, New
York; Cobb, Alabama; Stump, Maryland,
ONE PUB DALZELL.
unnous Mile, Connecticut; Morey, OBJo;
Election of President and Vice President-
Lodge, Massachusetts; Howell, Bllnols; Stew
art. Vermontr Hangan, Wisconsin: McComas,
Maryland; Henderson, Iowa: Frank. Mis
souri; Smyser, Ohio: Seney, Ohio; Buckalew,
Pennsylvania: Hemphill. South Carolina; Mc
Carthy, New York; Tucker, Virginia.
Eleventh Census Dunnell, Minnesota; Mc
Kenna, Calif oniia; J. D. Taylor, Ohio; Boutelle,
Maine; Blngham-Pennsylvanla; Adams, Bllnols;
Sherman, New York; Frank, Missouri; Blount,
Georgia; Holman, Indiana; Tillman, South
Carolina: Washington, Tennessee; Owens,
Reform in the Civil Service Lehlback, New
Jersey: Bayne, Pennsylvania: Bntterworth,
Ohio; Hopkins, Illinois; Greenhalge, Massachu
setts; Sanford, New xork; Llnde. Minnesota:
Stephenson, Michigan; Dargan, South Caro
lina; Stone. Missouri; Alderson, West Virginia;
Andrew, Massachusetts; Boatner, Louisiana.
Alcoholic Liquor Traffic J. D. Taylor, Ohio;
Struble, Iowa; Sawyer, New York; Morse,
Massachusetts; Anderson, Kansas; Picklor.
South Dakota: Kerr. Iowa; Stewart, Georgia;
Lewis, Mississippi; Skinner, North Carolina;
Quinn, New York.
MILLIKEN QUITE PBEQUENT.
Public Buildings and Grounds Milliken,
Maine; Lehlbacb, New Jersey; VanSchaick,
Wisconsin: Darlington, Pennsylvania; Kerr,
Iowa: Post, Illinois; Quackenbush, New
Jersey; Giftord,-South Dakota; Dibble, South
Carolina; Bankhead, Alabama; Abbott, Texas;
Clunie, California; Lewis, Mississippi,
Education O'Donnell, Michigan; J. D. Tay
lor. Ohio; McCormick, Pennsylvania; McCo
mas, Maryland: Grout, Vermont; Sweeney,
Iowa; Laws, Nebraska; Cheatham, North Caro
lina; Canler, Georgia; Caruth, Kentucky: Cobb,
Alabama; Penlngton, Delaware; Geiseuhalner,
Labor Wade, Missouri; Buchanan, New Jer
sey; Farqubar, New York: Haugan, Wiscon
sin; Osborne, Pennsylvania; Gest, Illinois;
ANGLOCH On Friday morning. December
20, 18S9.iat :30 A. it;, AKNIE Elizabeth, wife
of Charles Anglocb, Sr., In the Kid year ot her
Funeral from the late residence, No. 67 Ful
ton street, Pittsburg, StmBAT, December22.
at 2 p. k. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. 2
BANKEBD On Friday morning at 9 o'clock,
Sallxe J., wife of Henry C Bankerd, of the
West .nd. aged 35 years.
Funeral Sunday attebnoon at 2 o'clock
from ber late residence, 41 Wabash avenue.
West End. 2
CAVANAUGH On Saturday, December
21, 18S9, at U:30 A. M THOMAS CAVANAUGH,
aged 18 years.
Funeral from the residence of his mother,
Ellen Cavanaugb. Harrison, street, near Forty
ninth street, on Mondays 230 p. . Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to at
CONNOR Saturday morning, December-it,
lSS9,at 3 o'clock,at the residence of ber mother,
No. 1 Colweli street, Elizabeth Blanche,
daughter of Margaret and the late JohnG.
Funeral services at reildence,TMONOAY AIT
kksoon at 2 o'clock. Interment private at a'
Denver, Buffalo and Brooklyn papers please
KENNA December 21, 1889. at 4 A. It, An
nie, wife of John T. Kenna, in ner 26th year,
daughter ol the late Robert and Emma Mo
Cutcheon. The funeral will take place from her late
residence. No. 16 Mifflin street, Sixteenth ward,
SUND AT, at 2 P. m: The friends of tbo family
are respectfully Invited to attend. Carriages
will leave W. H, Devore's undertaking rooms,
No. 512 Grant street, near Fifth avenue, at 1
KOHL On Wednesday. December 18, 1889,
Mahlon M. Kohl, aged 62 years.
Philadelphia and Cincinnati papers please
LETZKTJS At her residence, Thirty.flrst
ward, Mrs. Frances Mary Lstzkus, wife of
Anthony Letzkus, aged 45 years 4 months and
Funeral on Monday, December 23, 18S9, at 8
o'clock A. M Will proceed to St George's
Catholic Church, with soler high mass at 9
o'clock sharp, thence to St. Phllomena Ceme
tery, Ross township. Interment private.
MYERS On Thursday morning. December
19, 1SS9, at 2:45, Reed MYERS, in bis ,88th year.
Funeral from his late residence. No. 89 Over
hill street, on Sunday, at 1:30. Friends of the
family are respectfully .invited to atted. 3
PEARSON On Saturday, December 2L 18S9,
at 3 o'clock p. St., Joseph- Psabson, in his 63d
Funeral services at the residence of his
brother, James R. Pearson, No. 43 Federal
street, Allegheny, on Monday at 2 p. m. In
Cincinnati papers please copy. 2
THUMM-On Friday. December 2a 18S9. at
JliSp. ir M. ahalis Tnnint. danehterof
..George and Mary A Thumm, nee Binder, aged
16 years 8 months and 2 days " '
Funeral will take place from the residence ox
her parents, No. 1718 Penn avenue, on Monday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family '
are respectfully Invited to attend.
THOMAS On Thursday evening, at 7:15
o'clock, December 19, 1888, WrujAX Henby
Thomas, In his 17th year.
The funeral will take place from his late resi
dence. No. 109 Magnolia street. Sixth ward.
Allegheny City, on Sunday attebnoon at 2
o'clock. Manchester Council No. 183, O. U. F
are respsctf ully Invited to attend. 2
We may have something
To please you.
P. C. Schoeneck,
OPPi V?OOD BTBEET.
HAPPY NEW YEAR. :
' NIW XBTMM.TlgkXKXnJ
. s: ,
Have had an unusual
brisk trade, especially in
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold fc Co., Urn.,)
DNDEBTAKER AND EMBALMEB.
Office and residence, 1134 Penn aveiue. Tele
phone connection. myHMja-MWrau
JAMES M. FULLEBTOK,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB,
NO. 6 SEVENTH BTBEXT.
The committees on "Ways and Means,
Appropriations, etc., were announced De
The Speaker also annonuced the appoint
ment of Messrs. Mason, Cogswell, Struble,
Turner, of Georgia, and Wilson, of West
Virginia, as the committee to investigate
the ballot box forgeries under the Butter
The Plain Truth
Is that Hood's Sarsaparilla has cured thousands
of people who suffered severely with rheuma
tism. It neutralizes the lactic acid in the blood,
which causes those terrible pains and aches,
and also vitalizes and enriches the blood, thus
preventing a recurrence of the disease. These
facts warrant us in urging yon, if you suffer
with rheumatism, to give Hood's Sarsaparilla a
"Having been troubled with inflammatory
rheumatism for many years, my .favorable at
tention was called to Hood's Sarsaparilla by an
advertisement of cures It hafl effected. I have
now used three bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla,
and can already testify to beneficial resales. I
highly recommend it as a great blood purifier."
J. C. ayebs, West Bloomfled, N. Y.
"I had rheumatism so that when! sat or, lay
down I could hardly get up. Hood's Sarsapa
rilla has almost cured me." P. Casnes,
Gallon, O. ,
N. B. If you make up your mind to try Hood's
Sarsaparilla do not be induced to take any other
Bold by all druggists, tl: six for $5. Prepared
only by a L HOOD & Co., Lowell, Mass.
100 DOSES ONE DOLLAR.
THE RIGHT TIME.
The proper time to use Dr. Tutt'a Liver Pills
is when you have Loss of Appetite, Yellow
Skin, Bush of Blood to the Head, Headache,
Pain in the Back, Side and Shoulders, High
Colored Urine, Vertigo and Biliousness. They
afford prompt relief.
A Lawyer a Witness.
J. P. Can? Esq., a prominent lawyer, of An
gusta. Ga,: '-Tutt's Pills have been used in my
case (Torpor of the Liver) and in my family
with marked success. I believe them superior,
u u .utuaijr uciaiiKeujvuis, bo nay pills made.
It is the only remedy that has In my experience
proved effectual for nervous headache. Thv
Tutt's Liver Pills,
CUBE SIOK HEADACHE.
ALU DRUGGISTS, 25c
It is not to be won
dered at when you take
into consideration the
magnitude of the' grand
selections the Extreme
Low Prices on every ar
ticle and the great pleas
ure derived of the sur-.
roundings. As fast as
shelf upon shelf had been
emptied of their choicest
lines, duplicates found
their place. " It is safe to
say none will be disap
pointed Plain Plushes
mostly Satin and quilted
linings, not lacking in the
make or fit either. At
very low prices sold fast
est If plam'leather, designed-
in style way up in
skill is desired, it is here
alligators, too-; as also
tortoisej with a marked
chain of other styles gives
every buyer a chance to
see that which is sought;
Now a useful Holiday
&T On, Monday night we will be
open until 9, o'clock, Tuesday night
until 11. Christmas Day closed.
SPECIAL DOLL SALE.
- SPECIAL TOY SALE,
Special sale of all Holiday Goods on
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednes
day until 12 o'clock.
The continued warm weath
er necessitates a still further
cut in our Prices of Cloaks,
Wraps and Jackets. Here are
some prices to judge by:
Plush Jackets were $12, now
Plush Wraps were $25, now
Plush Saeques.were $3Q, now
Newmarkets were $12, now
Ladles' Beaver Jackets were
$10, now $5 49.
. Every Garment in Our
Cloak Department has been
marked down regardless of
Come in the Forenoon and Avoid
Open Evenings Until Christmas.
12K PER CENT "
CASH :: DISCOUNT
Sale of Overcoate.
Economical buyers have ehown their wis-,
dom in purchaiing Overcoats at this sale,
for how else can you buy so- cheaply with
ont any risk of-receiving inferior values.
All Overcoats havp the regular price
marked inNplain figures, but trhen you
come to pay for your selection 12c is- de
ducted from every dollar of the price, which
is to you
A saving of $3 75 on. f30.
A savinjt of $3 13 on 525. ;
A saving of $3 50 on $20. . .
A saving of $2 00 on $16.
A saving of $1 50 on 812. '
A saving of $1 25 on $10,
A saving of $1 00 on $8.
A saving of 75c on $6.
A saving of 38o on $3.
And at the same rate on all other prices.
We are -also offering extra good values ia
Men's, Boys' and Children's
SUITS, HATS and CAPS.
Also SMOKING JACKETS,
SILK MUFFLERS, Etc., Etc.
Tailors,' Clotta ana Hatters,
161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny.
Open Every Evening Until Christmas.
"It cannot be too repeatedly insisted that the ABTS soften. UgfeWa
and ennoble life." She farther says: "A milk jug shaped gracfaUyJ
lends its own grace, like a flower to the homeliest board upon -which iij
stands." We desire to call your especial attention to our Fine Lines at
Brio-a-Brao, Decorated China, Glassware and Lamps. What couldl!
more aTmrrmria'fca for "TM
A HOLIDAY PEESBNT THAN SOMETHING
Comprising ART POTTEBIES, suoh as
BJiem sil Oro w JJU, rm pexdiagff.
TeloTLti n o., ZMZoorclsIfcL,
Doriaz, Flem i sla.
"Dmn 1 hmi-i.i
Sixth Street and Penn Ave.
Market St., Entrance 430-436.
Braddock House, 916 Braddock Ave.
teeth; $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillings from $1 up. Amalgu 60cj
silver, 75c; white alloy, f L
Gold Crowes a specialty.
,i)K. J. M. McCLABEN,
Corner Smithfleld and Fourth avenneu
rrir flFwn silt
mMKwtBf f Bsr
It is a wonderful
articles In one. GO
positions, yet so slin-
jmas .orders com'
We also earrr thn
largest line of office desks In the city.
STEVENS CHAIR CO.,
NO. 8 8IXTH ST.
pie, durable and elocant
ine In rapidly. Call early.
- O. D, LEVIS. Solicitor of Patents, '.
811 fifth arenne, abore Smithfleld. next Leader
omce. (n o aeiayj iuoiisnea w years. '
7?1"AnnTl Aflri rtannan TlioniiA tfmiiwa ani4 nhai.li'aMiVff AiDftUAvlul. '
Cup and Saucer, 18o, 25c, 40o, 50o, up to 81 75.
Cup and Saucer, in box, 75o to 82 25.
Five o'clock Cud and Saucer. 83 25 to 84.
After Dinner Coffee Cup and Saucer, 15o, 25c, 35o, 50o to $1?
Alter uxaner uoflee Cups and Saucers, Q In a box, 83 50 to 88 a set :
- unma jviuga, eo to 91 each
Shaving Hugs, 25o to 81 50 each.
Ioe Cream Sets, 13 pieces in set, 82 75 to 86.
Ice Cream Saucers, 12o to 25o each.
Berry Saucers, 12o to 25o each.
Fish Sets, 13 pieces in set, 89 to 837 50.
Tete-a-Tete Sets, 83 50 to 87 50.
Tet-e-a-Tete Sets, teapot, sugar and cream, 81 to 84 50.
Tea Sets, 56 pieces in set, 89 a set.
Dinner Sets, 114 pieces in set, 828 a sot.
Mush and Milk Sets, 65c to 81 25 a set.
Sardine Boxes, 81 to 83 50 each.
Cracker Jars. 81 50 to 84 50 each.
Placques, 50o to 85 eaoh.
Rose Jars, 25o to 83 each.
Marmalade Jars, 81 35 to 84 25 eaoL
Chocolate Pots. 81 25 to 84 each.1-
Butter Dishes, 65o to 82 25'eaolv
Salad Dishes, 50o to 82 50 each. f";
Odd Plates, 12c to 81 25 each. . ' '
Ash Receivers, 15o to 81 eaoh.
Oyster Plates, 50o to 81 75 each.
HEAVY, RICH OUT GLAS&
Pitohers, Caraffes, Salads, Tumblers,
Flower Bowls, Finger Bowls,
Vinegar Cruets, Olive Dishes?
SPECIAL IN PRESSED GI.ASa
Berry Sets, 7 pieces in set, 25o for the set.
Decanters, Wine Glasses. Cake Salvers, Orange Bowls,
Celery Trays, Water Sets, Lemonade Sets and Wine SetaJ
BUY - YOUR - PRESENTS
Our Assortment Comprises,
' Table Lambs, Library Lamps,
Banquet Lamps, Hall Lamps,
Fairy Lamps of Every Hue.
Large Assortment of Fanoy Candles.
New Department Stores,
504-506-508 Market Street, Pittsburg, Pal
STOEE OPEiT EVEEY KIGHX UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK.
Mail Orders Receiye Prompt Attention
Write for Our Ulustrated Book Catalogue.
H. H. DURBIN & CO.,
Rich Jewelry and Pracious Stones.
DR. I. S. WAUGAMAN,
311 Smithfleld street
Gold fillings.... -. tl 00 and bb
Whlta alloy flUlnps 1 00
Fine gold filUsc and gold crown work a spe
cialty. . ,.
' 'IEETH, S5.J6 and 110. "
"Work pmtMteed eipial to aey latbe eltr-
A woman who once puts
on Ball's corset will wear that
make as long as she lives.
That is why the makers do
as they do.
What do they do?
They tell every store in the
United States to take Ball's
corset back and return the
money paid for it any time
within three weeks, if the
woman that buys it don't like
Do the stores do that?
They do if they have Ball's
corset. They are glad to; it
costs them nothing.
Your store has a primer on
Corsets for you.
Chicago Cobse? Co., Chicago and yaw Xork.
SCOTT'S GREAT DISCOVERY!
What 1 Can Do With It.
lean care an ordinary case ot ulceration with
one application,' bad cae in two or three. Core
guaranteed to De permanent. I sever fall. Cnre
sensitive and painful tee tb, with exposed nerves
or pulps, without pain. Can save yon the tron
oleofpoing to the dentist by the month for
treatment. Will not discolor yoar teeth as
other dentists do. I Invite troublesome cases
where other, dentists have failed. I will enra
you. To be had only at Dr. O. S. Scott's Dental
Offices, 631 Fenn ave., opposite Home's.
EQSEKBAUM & CO.'S,
Where you are sure to be pleased. Their assortment of USEFUL and
ORNAMENTAL articles is simply immens'e, while their prices
are THE LOWEST. Many REDUCTIONS have been
made, where they had TOO MUCH of an article,
. ' and they are sure you will take advan
tage of the opportunity.
All Flush and Cloth Garments marked down to the cost of material,
one can name lower prices.
850 Tailor-made Jackets will be offered this week at nearly one-third
Almost given away.
Stock still too large and prices hammered down to
SOLID GOLD SPECTACLES
And Eye Glasses, 5 and upward.
J. DIAMOND, Optician, .
DON'T DELAY ANY LONGER
We nave made GKEAT BEDTJCTIONS on
many of .our beautiful HAND-PAINTED
GOODS. They were cheap enough to start
with, but we do not intend carrying -over any.
Now is your opportunity to buy very cheap.
Plain and initial, silk and linen, 5c to ?0; for
men, women" and children.
For men (all new), 73c to S3.
For men (new), 25c to 12.
For children and ladies, 25c to JS.
HOLIDAY iLEATHER GOODS,
From 23c Card Cases to 310 Chatelaines.
HOLIDAY BEIG-A-BE AC,
Very pretty large and small pieces. 20c to $15.
In Ivory, Gold, Silver and Natural Stick, from
1 to 115.
HOLIDAY GLOVES & SUSPENDERS
INFANTS' (home made) DRKSSBB. spe
cially made for holiday presents. Also, Caps
Bmoklce Jackets and Gowns, Hosiery,
Bumped Linens. Cushions, Tidies, Scarfs,
Toilet and Manicure Sets, etc, etc.
Sett nur prices before purchasing.
430pen every-eveninirtill 0.
7H3 rann avenue, 710.
penn; boildixg. , ;
Betweem" ' a fHgljili Jts.sis.
wAuilL I 0. of November prices.
PLUSH AND LEATHER BOXES. SlrLicar'e Sete marked down
to sell quietly, because we wiu not carry any oyer Christmas week.
All lengths and colors, from 50c to $La
pair. Extra good values, 75c, $1, tl 25,
$1 50. Fine quality Suede 4-button, fl.
Best Snede Mousquetahes, $1 SO. Misses'
Jnne iud, 75c and 5L
GENTS KID GLOVES, good qualities,
73c, ?1, ?1 18, f 1 50 and 53.
EMPLOYERS OF LABORS
Call on, or write to BENSW ANGER & ZAHN, Agents, No. 60 Fourth avenne,:
Pittsburg, Penna., and secure a Policy of Insurance in the EMPLOYEES' LIABILITY,;
ASSURANCE CORP. OF LONDON, ENG.t protecting you ajrainst accidents to yoni
Employes and .defending yon in case of suit in Court for same cause. no23-6-TQ3o
jfor 'JLOrtnorrow, jhujxjjjl x, jjjavjsMjsJtan 3, in oraer. v
to make it the largest day's sales in the annals of our busi
ness,, tvewill offer our superb and magnificent stock at a tU$
Largest and choicest stock ia the two
cities. Look at the beautiful styles we offer
at U 50, 2, $3, $4, $& Exquisite Handles,
56 to $15 each. Wo will engrave Initials
free of charge.
Albums, Papeterie in Plush Boxes, "Whisk Holders, Easels,
Pictures. Ash Receivers. Travelinz Companions. Citrar Cases.
Pocketbooks, Portemonnaies. Cuff Buttons, Breastpins, Hairpins, Bottles, Fancy Boxes,
Honchoirs. Sachet Bars. Fin Cushions. Silk Scarfs. Toilets. Plnsh Scarfs. Table Covers
and an immense line of Fine Tncked and Embroidered Aprons from 25c to $1 60..
PCUTC CIIDHIOLIIIIPO Fina Dress Shirts. Scarft, Silk Mnfflers, Silk
UClllO rUnnloiilnUO. Handkerchiefs, Initial Handkerchiefs, Lined
Kid Gloves, Satin Suspenders, Underwear and Hosiery, at exceedingly low prices.
U I U nif CDPUirCO Thousands of dozens Initial Handkerchiefs for ladies at
nAnUnCnUniCrO. 10candl6c;also, very fine ones at Jland $150 a box.
Fine Embroidered Handkerchiefs, 25c to, 2 60; fine Lace Handkerchiefs, 37c to $5.
I AMFQ' NFFlflii-AR L:,.ce ScarrFichus, Embroidered Silk Handker-
sknwilsiw IIIbUII B5 (Wm ! cineis, fiuv xaiuuuius auu uiuc7 ucuiw auorfllaCQiS.
Special Bargains will be offered in MUFFS and CAPES for
Ladies. Misses and Children. Stock still complete.
5(0, 512. 514 MARKET ST. AND 27 FIFTH AVENUE.
our present very Low Prices FOE CASS. Our line embraces
Tea Sets, Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, Fish and Game Seta,
Bichly Decorated Frujt and Dinner Plates, and After Din
ner Coffees, Queensivare, ClUna and Glass, Gas Fixtures,
Bronzes, Clocks, Banquet Lamps, Table Lamps, Piano,'
Lamps, in Antique Brass, Oxidized Silver and Berlin Black
TPnlnlt. 7WlM. 1Llllt.rt.i.n.n mff.n.9t lt1rinm- rttfttrl fifth. .M "
Bochester Burner, Hanging Lamps, Hall Lights and Chan
deliers, Brica-Brac, from all the renowned art centers of the.
world; Antique Brass and Oxidised Silver, Tables, with
Mexican Onyx Tops, Vienna Metal Tables, Bich Cut Glass,
Easels, Pedestals, Placques, Sconces, Cabinets and a world
of Goods Suitable foi Christmas Presents. Remember all
goods marked in Plain Blue Figures, from which for Mon
day, December 23, we will give a CASH DISCOUNT OF 10.
. FEB CENT.
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The J, P.Smith Lamp, Glass and China Co,,
935 Penn Ave, BetwtM Ninth and TMtk Stt.
-. JP. S.We sUU have afeut,ef those Brass Banquet Lamp, J
with Silk Fringed Parasol Shade, at $4 75.