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IMAM'S HAT OUT.
floosiers Think Some of the Plums
Should be dropped Into it and
BOOM HUSTON POR THE CABINET.
A Speech That Is Regnrded ns Very Slgnlfl
cunt The Prenldcnt-Elcct Wants a Tare
Bnllot Frnnk liiscock Believed to
be a Pilgrim Bearing Fence Offer
Iocs From New York's Ficlit
luff Factions Speculations.
Indiana now comes to the front with a
petition for place. The Hoosicrs think that
one of their favorite sons should bold a
portfolio, and Huston would take the Post
office or the Interior Department. General
Harrison's speech to the veterans has
created a stir, particularly that portion re
ferring to a fair ballot. Frank Hiscock's
coming is awaited with interest. Knowing
ones claim that he has a peace offering from
the New York bosses, but they also think
that bis mission will be fruitless.
Ixdianapolis, January 2. The visit of
the Hon. H. A. Davis, Chairman of the Re
publican Central Committee, of Lawrence
connty, to General Harrison, this afternoon,
was of more than ordinary importance, as
he carried with him for presenta
tion to the President-elect peti
tions and letters of recommendation
which may have considerable weight
in securing a Cabinet hosition for one of
Indiana's distingushedcitizens. Mr. Davis
resides at Bedford, the county seat of Law
rence county, and on December 5, after,
consulting with the members of his County
Committee, he sent out a private circular to
each of other 91 Republican County Chair
men in Indiana, urging that "Indiana ought
to be represented in President Har
rison's Cabinet. Other States are
urging their claims for such
representation. Should we not be taking
some action?" He then sets forth that Re
publicans of Lawrence connty are strongly
in favor of Senator James It. Huston, the
Chairman of the Republican State Central
Committee, for a Cabinet position, and re
quests his brother chairmen to communicate
their views on the subject to him.
ALL EJDOBSE HUSTOJf.
As a result of his private circular, Mr.
Davis came to the city to-day and accom
panied by Dr. Joseph Gardner, he handed
General Harrison 63 letters from as many
county chairmen, some of ihem addressed
to the General, and all cordially and vol
untarily indorsing Chairman Huston
for a Cabinet place. Many of the
letters uiged Mr. Huston's appoint
ment in very strong terms, and
designated the Postmaster Gcneralshio as
the portfolio best suited to the needs of In
diana. Others, however, suggested Mr.
Huston for the Secretary of the Interior,
while iully one half make no special desig
nation of the Cabinet place they desire to
see tendered to him. Mr. Davis also pre
sented the request and recommendation of 14
additional county chairmen who had per
sonally authorized him to act in the prem
ises for them, making 77 counties thus far
heard from out of 92. He states that not
a single county chairman of those heard
from was opposed to Huston or in favor of
urging any other name. This is the first
official act of the Republicans of Indiana
toward securing Cabinet recognition.
A SPEECH THAT CAUSES TALK.
The Grand Army veterans and many of
General Harrison's civilian friends were re
gretting to-day that no authentic and ac
curate verbatim report of the General's
brief speech last night was in existence.
Those who heard the speech regard it
as a very significant and import
ant one, out the several versions of
it that appeared in the press throughout the
country this morning, whether pretending
to quote his exact language or in the third
person, were all compiled from memory.
The meeting of the veterans was private.
Only members of the post were admitted,
and it is known that General Harrison re
garded the meeting as a "family gather
ing," and had no expectation" or de
sire that his remarks should be
printed The spirit of the speech vas
the subject of general approval and con
gratulations to-day in army circles, and
with Republicans generally. Bymany it is
regarded as a "keynote" to the attitude of
the nev administration toward the South.
That is the interpretation they place upon
his earnest language and in speakinc of a
free ballot and a fair count, especially that
sentence which was about as follows: "
I would like to hear a busle call througnout
the land demanding a pure ballot. This is a
matter above and beyond any question of par
tisanship, and I felt that I express the senti
ment of every comrade present when I declare
that a free ballot honestly expressed and fairly
counted is the main safecnard of onrinstitn.
tions, and its suppression "under any pretext
whatever cannot be tolerated.
HISCOCK A PEACE PILGEIM.
The announcement through the Associ
ated Press dispatches that Senator Hiscock
was en route to Indianapolis caused a small
commotion among the numerous correspond
ents. There is reason for believing that the
first notices that the President-elect had of
the lorthcoming visit was through the
press. Speculation is rife as to the special
mission ot the distinguished pilgrim. One of
the apparently plausible explanations of
the Senator's visit, made by a well-known
local politician, is to the effect that certain
Jew lork statesmen have carried their dis
agreements so far that a rumor has reached
them that unless they speedily harmonize
they both stand in danger of being left out
in the cold, and that Senator Hiscock has
been designated by them as a peace mis
sionary, one who brings "tidings of great
joy" and harmony.
The gentleman who puts forth this theory
ciaims to nave some good authority lor it,
ue points to me iaci tne senator s visit
Mrs. Captain Bailer struck by a. Train nt
McKeeiport A Careless German Loses
Bis Hands An Electrical War at Akron
Ed Illorpliy to Talk Temperance at
tSrECIAL TELTGKAM TO THE DISPATCH. 1
McKeespoet, January 2. This evening Mrs.
Bailey, wife of Captain Charles M. Bailey, of
Riverton, was struck by a freight train at the
Rirerton cro'sinc and narrowly escaped being
mangled. She was thrown into the air and re
ceived injuries about the body which may re
sult fatally. The moving trains bewildered
her and she did not notice the moving freight
when she attempted to cross. The injured lady
it as removed to her home.
The Chicago Express East on the B. & O.
crashed inio the rear of a freight near Coul
ters ville this afternoon and piled up the rolling
stock. The engine, mail car, the caboose anil
two ttock cars on the freight were demolished.
Two horses m the stock car were killed. None
of the trainmen were injured,
George Trantman, a jounc TSerman 20 years
of age, who lives in Crooked Run, put four
ounce&of powder into an old nun and shot it
off. The nun exploded. His left hand was
blown off at the wrist, and the right one so
terriblvlacerated and torn that be will lose it
also. The young man worked in the tube
The Duquesne Tube Works were to go -on
double turn to-day, as the company is flush
with orders. The furnaces would not work
right, however, and a close down for another
Junior Council No. 9, O. IT. A. 31., has elected
the following officers: C, D. S. Tobin; V. C,
W. D. Bnsbon: A. U. S., D. R. Ferguson: W
E. 8. Campbell; C, S P. Mitchell: G. S., W. Si.
Irwin; O. S Louis Hahcr. The council is one
of the largest in the district, and will turn out
200 men for the parade at Pittsburg February
22. Ninety-five members were added in 1SSS.
John G. Greenfield, a prominent old citizen,
is lying at his room in the Rational Hotel at
the point of death.
TOO MUCH INDUCTION.
Akron Telephone People Want tho Electric
Street Railway Stopped.
rSrECUt. TZLEGIULM TO TUX DISPATCH.1
Akbojt, O., January 2. A suit was begun
here to-day that involves the question ot the
respective rights of telephone companies and
electric railways. The Central Union Tele
phone Company, which operates an exchange
here, with 450 subscribers, brings suit against
the Akron Electric Street Railway and Spragne
Motor Company, asking equitable relief and an
The plaintiff says that by reason of manner of
running electric wires for street railroad its
subscribers are frequently unable to use their
telephones, false signals are rung, loud and
deafening noises are caused, both at the central
office and in the telephones of subscribers, and
the efficiency of the system is greatly im
paired. Plaintiff asks that defendant be re
quired to remedy these induction evils, and
that until itdoes so it be enjoined from making
certain projected extensions. The case is being
watched with Interest here.
A TELEPHONE EXCHANGE.
The Cnshinan Company Steps Out of Find
lay and the Bell People Walk In.
rSrECIAL TELEOKAJI TO THE DISPATCH.
Fikdlat, January 2. Last night the Cush
man Telephone Company, of Chicago, which
for a year and half past has supplied this city
with very good servics, closed its exchange and
turned over its plant to the Bell Company. This
was done in compliance with an order of Judge
Blodgett, of the United States Court at Chi
cago, in the suit brought against the Cuihman
Company by the Bell people.
To-day the Bell officials took out the Cush
man instruments and destroyed them, and will
hereafter operate tho exchange with their
THE JANITOR'S WIFE.
BAKEWEL-3EMPLE On Tuesday even
ing. January I, I8S9, at the residence " of the
bride's parents, in Sewickley, by the Rev. J.
Henry Sharpe, D. D., of Philadelphia, Dale
Bakewxll, of Riverside, CaL, and Leila,
daughter of -Frank Semple.
BROWNE OnMonday.DecembcrSl, 18S8. at
4:80 A. ST.. at his late residence. Fifth avenue,
Oakland, James M. Beowne, in the 71st year
of his age.
Funeral services at his late residence Thites
day morning atlO o'clock. Intermentprivate.
BECKER At his late residence, 244 Main
street, Allegheny, on Wednesday, January 2,
1S89. at 6 o'clock a. k., Heset Beckeb, he.,
in his 75th year.
Funeral will take place on Friday after
noon at ISO, to proceed to the St Peter Evan
gelical Protestant Church, on Liberty street.
Members of John Huss Lodge No. 24, A. P. A.,
and the members of St. John's Society and
friends of the f amUy are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
COWAN On Wednesday, January 2, 1SS9, at
10:20 a. at, John Cowan, in tho 75th year of
Friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral from his late resi
dence, Ann street, Ninth ward, AUegheny, on
Friday, January 4, at 1 p. si.
DIMLING-On Wednesday. January 2, 1S89,
at 1230 o'clock, Carletta, daughter of George
and Emma Dimling, aged 1 year 6 months and
Carletta was our darling pride
Of all our hearts at home;
The angel came and whispered, dear
Carletta do come home.
Funeral services take place at the family res
idence. No. 17 Diamond square, on Friday,
January 4, at 2 o'clock P. Jr. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
FOSTER On Tuesday, January 1, 18S9, at 4
o'clock A. jr., Elizabeth Rosa, daughter of
Dr. D. G. and Harriet Pearson Foster, aged 2
years and 9 months.
Funeral services at the family residence,
Crafton, Chartiers township, on Thursday,
January 3, 18S9, at 130 o'clock P. M. Interment
HAWORTH On Wednesday, January 2,
1S8K. at the residence of her mother, rear of No.
Her Affections Appraised at 8500, Which
Is Paid to Her Husband.
rSPECIAI. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.
Woostek, O., January 2. The celebrated
case of Andrew Reed, janitor of Wooster Uni
versity, against Samuel Shoemaker, a promi
nent business man here, for $10,000 damages for
the alleged alienation of Mrs. Reed's affec
tions, was called in Common Pleas Court to
day. Before the trial was commenced a compro
mise was effected and the case dismissed. The
terms of compromise are understood to be that
Shoemaker pays costs besides paying Reed
S500. Reed to-day annlied for divorce, eharcinc
Mrs- Reed with intimacy with Shoemaker.
Ed Murphy's Lecture Programme.
tCFECIAL TELEGRAM TO TITE DISPATCH.
Beaddock, January 2. Edward Murphy,
the temperance apostle, and his brother Jack,
were here to-day. .They visitcd'.the steel works
and made arrangements for Mr. Murphy to de
liver a week's lectures here, commencing
Sunday. 27th Inrt. He departed this evening
for Conneautville, where he lectures to-morrow
The Camp Copeland Mission has been pre
sented with an elegant communion set by
Messrs. A. J. Doyle and Elmer and George
Audience Pcnred by a Fire.
IEFECTAL TELEGRA3I TO THE DISPATCH.1
Leechhuro, January 2. The carriage and
wagon factory of B. C. Egley was burned here
at 10 o'clock to-night. This being close to the
Opera House, in which "Uncle Tom's Cabin"
was being played, caused a terrible excite
ment, but all was quieted down and the play
finished. Loss, $4,000; insurance, 7,000.
ncld for Murder.
rSFECTAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH. 1
Uniontown, January 2. A hearing was
given George and Peter Macalla to-day, who
are charged with killing Mrs. Dnboish at
Leisenring. George was admitted to$L500 bail,
which he failed to find. Peter was released,
there being no proof of his complicity In the
61 Race street,Allcghenv, Willa G..71
daurrhter of the late William G. and G:
nawonn, agea s years ana 4 montus.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
JACKSON On Wednesdav morning at 9:10,
Caroline, beloved wife of Porter Jackson, in
her 64th year.
Funeral will take place from her late rest
dence, No. 398 River avenue, Allegheny, on
Friday, at 230 p. m. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend. 2
KEARNEY Joseph KEAitNEY,at8 o'clock
A. M., January 2, 1SS9. aged 69 years.
Funeral from his residence, 159 Wyllo ave
nue, Friday, at 8 o'clock A. x. Friends of the
family are invited to attend.
LITTLE At Wilkinsburg, Wednesday, Jan
uary 2. at S:15 a. at., David Little, in the 67th
year of his age.
Funeral at St Stephen's Chapel, Thursday,
January 3, at 2 p. K.
MCCORMICK On Wednesday mornins at 7
o'clock, Eddie, oldest son of Martin and Mary
McCormick, aged 4 years 6 months and 12 days.
Funeral at his parents' residence, Chartiers
township, on Thursday, January 3, at 2
o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend.
McCANDLESS At 2115 Penn avenue, on
Wednesday, January 2, at 6:45 P. Jr., Geoege
McCandless, aged 77 years and 22 days.
Notice of funeral in Friday morning papers.
PAYLE-On Tuesday, January 1, 1889, at 6
o'clock p. it., John T. IPayle, in his 40tu year.
Funeral from his lato residence, Oakley
alley, Twenty-seventh ward, on Thursday,
January 3, at 2 o'clock P. M. Friends of the
family respectfully invited to attend.
ROY-Oa Wednesday, January 2, 1SS9, at
12:30 p. M., Mary, daughter of Kliza and
David Roy, aged 4 months and 2 days.
Funeral from the residence of the parents,
203 Bedford avenue, on Thursday, January 3,
at 3 P. ir. Friends of the family arc respect
fully invite i to attend.
BIGGS-tOn Wednesday mornin at 1135,
Mrs. Anni: B., wife of Robert A. Riggs and
daughter of" J. F. Ocffner.
Funeral services from her late residence, 507
Fifth avenhe, city, on Friday, at 2 P. it.
Friends of (the family are respectfully invited
to attend. I
Kansas City papers please copy. 2
REAM-War. F. Ream, in the 5Sth year of
his age, at his residence on Mt Washington,
on Monday morning at 6:30 o'clock.
Funeral from his late residence at 1 o'clock
p. at.. Thursday, January 3,' 18S9. Old veter
ans please notice. 2
STRATTON-On Wednesday, January 2,
18S9, at 8:30 p. m., Jamks D. Stbatton, native
of Scotland, aged 30 years.
Funeral from Lowries Chapel, corner of
Beaver avenue and -Locust street, to-day at
2 r. M. Friends of tho family aro respectfully
invited to attend.
SCOTT-At OH City, Mrs. Annee ScOTT.nee
Leech, in her 27th year.
Funeral will take place from the residence of
her brother-in-law, Mr. A. Ziehler, Forty
seventh street, Thursday horning at 10
o'clock. Interment private.
Our sensitiveness as to keeping
good faith with the public, and al
ways retaining their confidence that
our advertisements will be fulfilled
inour store to the letter, has led us
toinclude in the Clearance Sale of
Furniture, now in progress, many
lines of Furniture, and at lower
prices than we had ever thought of
doing at the outset
Our only aim at present is to push
off the goods, and to make good our
advertisements, all profit, and in
many cases even the c6st, being lost
sight of. The former and the pres
ent reduced prices are shown on the
tags, so that you can decide in
stantly on inspection whether the
piece will be a desirable acquisition
to your home. Large reductions
have been made on a number of
Covered Parlor Suits,
Ladies' Cheval Mirrors,
r e d u ctions,
even to the
p-Ytpnt nf en
per cent, or
VV Wnlf Price.
made on many articles of Decora
tive Furniture, such as
Ladies' Writing Desks,
Odd Chairs, Etc., Etc.
N. B. Remember, we offer high
class Furniture, made by the best
makers, at prices which will rival
those asked for common Furniture.
A GOOD BEGINNING
In order to have a good sendoff
for 1889 and to swell our sales for
this, the first week of the new year,
we shall offer as
A NEW YEAR'S GIFT!
To .the Poffic .
We mean to reduce our
Stocks in all our 52
and down, to the extent
In addition to those mentioned in
our Clearance Sale advertisement-
Compared with the Clearance
Sale all others must pale their in
effectual fires. Remember Thurs
day and Friday are the last days of
33 FIFTH AVE.
On Saturday, January 5, bright
and early we begin our
Fleishman & Cos
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506 and 508 Market st,
This will require extra
ordinary effort and
MORE ::: EXTRAORDINARY
THESE YOU'LL GET.
10,000 yards fancy striped check and
brocade Silk Velvets, medium to richest
goods, on sale at prices never before at
tempted or thought of.
Fancy Striped Velvets, 25c. ,
Black Brocade Velvets, 35c.
Black Brocade Velvets, 50c.
Colored Brocade Silk Velvets at 50c,
that were $1 50 to $3 per yard.
22-inch Black Brocade Velvets at
Si 50 to Sa 50, were $2 50 to $5 a yard.
Piles of fancy Velvets at 75c, $1 and
Si 50, worth early attention for choice.
53-inch Suitings, 50c, were $1 35.
S30 Paris Robes go at Si 5, new and
S20 Robes at $10.
50-cent mixed Tricots at 35c,
All-wool colored Cashmeres, 46-inches
wide and splendid quality, at 56c; much
less than they can be bought at wholesale.
200 pieces heavy Cashmeres, all-wool
and 40 inches wide, 40c
50-inch Boucle Cloakings, S3 50 and
S3 goods, go at Si a yard.
S2 and S3 50 Rich Silk Faille Fran
caises, choice shades, down to Si 5a
See the bargains in Silks, Moires,
Plaid Silks, etc, at 50c, 75c and Si early
buyers get the choice.
THE PEOPLE'S FAVORITE MERCHANTS.
There is not a stingy bone in our .body. Liberality is the lever by '"
which we lift our load of business. It is with pride that we point to our .1
past record; it is one series of acts showing our appreciation of the "','
patronage of the people. This has been the most successful season's "
trade we have ever enjoyed, and having promised the good people one -
of our old-fashioned surprises, we are giving evidence of our good wil '
to our customers by repeating our great success of a year ago, viz.
GIVING AWAY POSITIVELY FREE
EVERY TWENTIETH PURCHASE MADE.
No matter what you buy, if it be a twentieth sale, at the price you
pay, you will be called to the cashier's desk, receive your goods for
nothing and be handed back the money you paid. We do not do this as
an incentive for you to buy Clothing. No! No! Our low prices are the
magnets that should make you patronize us. We have simply adopted
the plan of giving away every twentieth sale so that we could impartially
distribute gifts to our legion of patrons.
JAMES ARCHIBALD & BRO..
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES,
117, 119 and 13S Third avenue, two doors below
Smithfield st, next door to Central Hotel
Carriages for f unerals.Sl Carriages for operas,
parties, 4c, at the lowest rates. AU new car
riages. Telephone communication. my3-d6(-rTS
JAS. MNETI, & BRO.,
BOILERS, PLATE AND SHEET-IRON
PATENT SHEET IRON 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. fei-cbS-TTS
Iron Mill 6hnts Down.
Reading. January 2, The extensive foun
dry of the Reading Foundry Company, where
large iron pipe for gas and water mains for
many of the larger cities is made, finally
closed down indefinitely to-day, thi owing ICO
men out of employment. Dull trade is given
as the cause for closing the works.
follows swiftly upon the return of Russell
Harrison from Kew YorS, who is believed
to have formed some very decided views on
the situation there. The inference is that
Russell Harrison was seriously impressed
that neither of the warring factious deserved
special recognition, and that this alleged
conclusion might be adopted by the President-elect
Hence the theory that Hiscock
comes like a white-winged dove.
HE GETS mm IEAES.
Anarchistic Conspirators Aro Shown no
BIcrcy by the Court.
Chicago, January 2,-Hronet, the An-
archist convicted of conspiring to assassinate
with dynamite Inspector Bonfield and
Judges Gary and Grinnell, was refused a
new trial to-day. The prisoner did not avail
himself of the privilege of making a speech
from the dock.
2o change could be noticed in Hronek's
usual impassive demeanor when Judge Col
lins pronounced the sentence, 12 years in
the penitentiary. A stay of 60 days was
granted to allow the filing of a bill of exceptions.
HAED ON ME SCALPERS.
The Central Traffic Association Will Stop
(he Manipulation of Tickets.
Chicago, January 2. ChairmanDaniels
to-day called a meeting of the passengers'
department of the Central Traffic Associa
tion, to be held next Tuesday. In the call
he says: "The recent investigation and
statement Tjv members of the Inter-State
Commerce Commission regarding the
manipulation of mileage tickets and bo-
called excursion tickets by scalpers and
others, renders it very essential that this
association should take prompt and effective
means to prevent in future either of these
practices, so far as tickets reading over these
lines are concerned."
Chahles Font, 18 years old, of Zelienople,
while shooting at a cat yesterday, shot himself
so badly that he will die.
Louis Mtxbs, of Cincinnati, was smothered
to death yesterday while sleeping over a gas
fine at the Sharon Iron Company's furnaces.
The Leippe mansion, at Reading, has been
purchased, for a Catholic Home of the Good
Shepherd. It will be conducted by sisters con
nected with the Philadelphia House of the
De. Charles Osteelin, the discoverer of
natural gas in Findlay, was stricken with pa
ralysis yesterday, and is now in a critical con
dition. Dr. Osterlin is 82 years old, and will
hardly survive the attack.
John L. Teexlee. paot, Batee.
BAUER & TREXLER,
Undertakers and Embalmers, Livery and Sale
Stable. No. 378 and 380 Beaver ave. Branch
office, 679 Preble ave., Allegheny City.
Telephone 3416. au8-to2-Thsu
TJEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN 1SCI
Assets - . S9 jBTl.698 S3.
Insurance Co. of Forth America,
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. S Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-D
WESTEBN INSUBANCE CO
OF PITTSBURG. ,
NO. 411 WOOD STREET
ALEXANDER NIMICK. President
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President
fel8-o59-TTS WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
Established 1849. Telephone Call 1075.
PRANK J. GUGKERT,
Contractor and Manufacturer of
BANK, OFWCE. STORE AND CHURCH
Doors, 'Wainscoatlng. Ceilings and Hard Wood
Work of every description, for building and
decorative purposes. Mantels, Cabinets and
Furniture of Special Designs. Drawings and
Estimates furnished on-application. Office and
factory, No. CS and 70 Seventh Avenue, Pitts
burg, Pa. Hard wood lumber. n27-hl00-TTS
mHE FAMOUS GUCKENHFJMER PURE
J. Rye Whltky of all ages from $2 to So" per
THE BEST BRANDS OF CHAMPAGNE,
Burgundy, Claret, Rhine and Moselle Wines by
case or bottle. Rich Island Madeira, Old
Oporto Port and Raro Amontillado Sherrv for
thMSiek room. Pinet, Castillon, Otard, Mar
tell and RocheUe Brandies, Holland Gins and
a full stock of Cordials. English Pale Ale,
Brown Stout, Ginger Ale and Pure Vinegars
for the table. All goods strictly pure and at
cheapest possible prices. F. ANDRIESSEN.
40 and 42 Ohio street Allegheny. myl2-TTS
GREAT :': BARGAINS
We have selected out of our
stock of trimmings a number of
Black and Colored Trimmings
whioh we have marked at
Greatly Reduced Prices.
The goods must ber-eold. They
are great bargains at the prices
marked on them.
Thursday, January 3.
A large line of Hew Goods at
VERY LOW PRICES, are ready.
will be a revelation to January buyers
thousands of them and ail to be sold
the richest and finest get 'he most severe
cuts. When you see this stock of Cloaks
and the "mark downs" you might say,
almost half of this $200,000 January
Sale will be accomplished in Ladies',
Children's and Misses' Cloaks, Ladies'
Jackets, Seals, Seal Plushe3, fine Paris
Genuine old-fashioned home-made all
wool country flannels, ace a vard. (roods
that sell in wholesale stores for 20 per
Imported Flannels at 35 and 31c.
Fine French Printed Flannels, 45c and
10-4 White" Cotton Blankets at 75c a
pair. All-wool Country Blankets and
fine California Blankets, Eider Down
Quilts, Cotton Comforts, at prices to
make trade hum.
EMBROIDERIES. Thousands of
pieces to be sold this week, before our
new importations arrive.
4:1 FIFTH AVENUE.
P. TIE ISTTS.
X O. D. LEVIS, Solicitor of Patents,
131 Fifth avenue, above Smithfield, next Leader
office. (No delay,) Established 20 years.
Federal Street, Allegheny.
.:. WE SHALL GIVE AWAY .:.
WITHOUT MONEY! WITHOUT PRICE!
Overcoats, Suits, Pants for Men, ,
Overcoats, Suits, Pants for Boys.
Hats, Caps, Furnishing Goods for Men.
Hats, Caps, Furnishing Goods for Boys,
Footwear for Ladies, Men, Boys and Girls.
Tffe Gifts Continuing Until Further Notice,
In order that all our patrons shall have a fair opportunity of partici-f
pating in this wonderful distribution of goods we shall carry out thai
PLAN OF DISTRIBUTION:'
For each and every article sold in every department a salesman's Q
check, will go with the money and goods to a cashier's desk. These f
checks will be numbered in the order in which they are received by the g
cashier and every time the number of sales at the price no matter in' A
what department reaches 20, a gong will ring and the person making
the twentieth purchase will have- money refunded and get thfreoods for '
nothing. No matter what the article may be our finest Elysian sating
nnea uvercoat, our Dest suit, a nne Hat, pair of Shoes, pair of Pants,
uress suit or wnat not wnen tne twentieth sale's check gets to thej
cashier a gong will ring and when the gong sounds some one gets the!
goods for nothing and that some one will be the party who makes tho
ninrriae Licenses Granted Yesterday.
Joseph McFeelr Washinjrton county
I Georgians Bell i.WashlnKton county
J Bridget McGovern l'lttsburg
(James Kenan Allerhcnr
IKmraa Fischer. Allcehenj-
(John It. Mlllrtt Mansfield, Pa.
1 Elizabeth ltorrall Chartiers borougli
J August Friedhofcr Lincoln townBhlD
Anna Meyer Lincoln ton-nihin
r5 Win. Stclntyre Pittsbure
1 Mary Jackson PIttsbnre
1 ivuuaru ucauuatu .rlttSDUr?
1 Mafia UAaafai in., , n
j jiaiia uuiaiivit,nM (, ii, ,,,,,
(JohnC Dickson Lawrence conntr. n
I Magpie H.V, Ills Allegheny
(John Sinter Slialcriownshin
J Isabella Thompson Shaler township
John C. O'Mahoney Pittsburc
Bridget McNamara I'lttsbnrR
( Bennc Slumbers; I'itUburir
1 Lena Wilicnskv Pittsburg
(Sherman E. Delruncy. Mlllvale borough
Lain V. Long Pittsbnrg
(Timothy Kelly.. Mifflin township
J Catharine Ward Mifflin township
(HcnryE. Genpr Baffilo, .N. Y.
(Came A. Foster Allegheny
OVm. M. Bidder. Pittsburg
J Florence M. Huntington Pittsburg
(Luke Adams Pittsburg
J carah Jane Morgan Pittsburg
( Benjamin Sclinoeffe! Alleehenv
Mary T. Kcbert ...Allegheny
(Lewis FIMier Marshall township
Ibosan Ssohn 4..SvricUey
( Daniel Gclger. Braddock
( Joanna Gardner , tfreen Springs
, NEW YEAR'S GREETING-.
Wishing Our Friends and Patrons a Happy New Year, and Thanking Them for Their Liberal Patronage During So
Many Years, We Respectfully Call Their Attention to the Following Goods :
Oar special brand black gros grain silks
Kivesunbounded satisfaction. Pure silk,
soft finish, at 75c, $1, 51 12; fall 24-inch
at $1 25 and 51 CO are the cheapest goods in
the market. Faille Francaise, 75c up to ?2,
Satin memilleaux, Baratheas and fancy
silks at low prices. Colored dress silks at 50c
up. Silk plashes and velvets at attractive
Shirts, white and colored, lanndried and
unlaundried. Our 50c, C2c and 75c unlaun
dried shirts are the best values ever
offered. Collars and cuffs, best makes,
Neckwear all reduced. Mufflers and silk
handkerchiefs at extremely low prices.
"Winter gloves in great variety.
Blankets, Comforts, Flannels
and QUILTS at reduced prices. Balance 0
holiday novelties clearing at hajf price,
Grand clearing sale of winter underwear!
for men, boys, misses and infants,
Oar Jannory Snlr.
."We won't sell any of our "marked-down"
dress goods by the full piece.
Jos. Hoeke & Co.'s,
Penn Avenue Stores.
PEEVIOUS TO TAKING STOOK WE WILL OFFER ON
All short lengths of dress goods, silks, flannels, crashes, sheetings, embroideries and laces,
prints, ribbons, shirtings, table linens, etc., without regard to regular price or cost. We
prefer to do this rather than inventory them. On
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
All odd lots of Hosiery, gloves and underwear ol every kind will be disposed of.
600 pieces on cheap dress goods counter af 120 to 25c. Many of these just half price
consisting of plain, striped, plaids, fancy weaves and mixtures, at 30c, 37c. Eare values
in plain and mixed cloth suitings, superior finish. See the French cashmere and Henri
ettas, all colors, at 50c, worth 76c. Notable bargains in English and French dress fabrics
50c, 76c, 90c and 81. Broadcloths, 90c, $, ?1 25 and 51 60.
All-wool cashmeres, silk warps, and all-wool Henriettas, Australian cords, armures,
camel s hair terges, DraD d' Almas, albatross, nun's veilings and fancy weaves. We have
nothing but reliable makes, and guarantee the prices low for quality.
64 cloths, in plain, checks, stripes and mixtures, for ladies and misses, long or short
garments, at specially low prices to close.
iSampIesSent When Requssted. Mai) Orders Promptly Filled.
Now is the time to get bargains in this de
partment. We have put the prices down
from 50 to 75 per cent to unload all our
ladies' cloth jackets of every kind, Striped,
plaids and plain; also raglans, newmarkets
and modjeskas. Immense bargains in seal
plush jackets, coats, wraps and dolmans.
Misses' and children's coats, jackets and
gretchens, all sizes, 2 to 18 rears. Beady
made suits and dresses for ladies and misses
all reduced. It will doubly repay you to
visit this department
Lots of time to wear furs yet. Prices
tempting. Muffs, boas, collars and trim
mings in all the desirable furs.
Before taking stock, and to give us room
for our new spring arrivals, wp will close out
all short lengths np to 25 yards of a pattern
at one-half their actual co3t. Bargains In
body brussels, tapestries, ingrains, hall and
stair carpels. Bugs, mats and oilcloths at
Best values in this market from 50e nn.
Sec the curtains from 51 to 55 a pair. Turco
man and chenille curtains and portieres at
L.ii ... '
" So Charge lade
To Any Lucky Customer,
So Money Taken
From Any Fortunate Purchaser.
It may seem stranee to vou that we should do such a thine-. Von
may wonder how we do it, why we do it? You have wondered before at;i
tne novel ana extraordinary tnmes done bv us and vou will wonder 4
again. We have not, by a great, deal, exhausted all the plans we made j
some time ago to astonish and astound you. We have gathered around
us a iraue inai is me wonuer or tne aay. uur success nas been won- w
derful, our business phenomenal, and we like to show that our gratitude
consists not in woras aione nence tnis novel plan of ours to please.
WE WANT IT DISTINCTLY UNDERSTOOD!
That it makes no difference what you purchase, in what department you
make your purchase or what price you pay it may be io cents or it may
be 50 if it be the twentieth purchase at the price paid you'll get your
purcnase ior notnmg.
WE POSITIVELY GIVE THE GOODS AWAY',
Last year we gave away thousands of articles this year we wantto4
make it tens of thousands, and in order to satisfy everybody that weTdo
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cArtuuj as nc auvcunc wc snaii give a use oi names ana addresses of
those persons who get their goods for nothing, in this paper, of Sunday
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165-167-169 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY CITY, PA.
to 400 Mail
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