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THE PITTSBTTRG' DISPATCH, WtoNESDAY, OCTOBER 16,889.
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FOSTER FOE SENATOR
He is the Candidate of the Standard
Oil Company in Ohio.
"iYOBKIM THE GAS BELT FOE HIM.
Features of the Distribution of the Flood
Belief Fund.
ALL THE MEWS FE01I KEARBY TOWNS
rsrrcuL telzgsui to thz dibfxtcb.1
Fihdlay, October 15. "While it is true
that in all former political campaigns in
this State the wcisht of the Standard Oil
Company's money and influence has been
on the side of the Democracy, as was dem
onstrated in the election of Hon. Henry B.
Payne to the United States Senate, yet this
powerful organization is taking an active
interest in the election of a Republican
Xiepislatnre; and throughout the entire oil
and gas regions of Northwestern Ohio the
agents of the Standard hare assisted
in bringing about the nomination
of Representatives and Senators to
the General Assembly- on the
Republican ticket, known to be
friendly to the candidate of the Standard
Oil Company for United States Senator, the
Hon. Charles Foster.
That this is true is evidenced by the fact
that in none of the close counties of North
western Ohio has a Democrat been consid
ered in the nominating conventions by the
Standard Oil influence. Tbe object of all tbis
is plain. Ex-Governor Foster is an open candi
date for the United States Senatorship, to fill
the vacancy caused by the expiration of the
term of Henry B. Payne. The Governor is a
Standard Oil man. Tbis everybody knovrs.
He h.vs been Identified with their interests for
years and is an official in their Ohio oil and gas
corporations. Henry B. Payne is no longer of
valne to the company and
A JfEW AND ACTIVE 3IA1T
is necessary to this great combination in the
United States Senate; hence the chance of poli
tics by tne standard in Ohio this year, and the
unmistakable character. of their political work,
as already demonstrated, in this part of the
State, to secure the election of Republicans to
the Legislature who can be depended npon to
support Foster's Senatorial aspirations. As
evidence of the f orecoinp, and as sustaining
proof of the truth of what has been said re
garding the Standard's interest in Republican
success in Ohio this campaign, a few facts are
submitted. In this county (Hancock) three
gentleman contested in the local Republican
convention for the nomination of representa
tive. One of these men would have been for
Foraker tor Senator, had he secured the nomi
nation and a subsequent election. The second
was for McKinlcv for the honor, and the third,
Thomas H. McConica, was known to be
friendly to Foster.
One of the delegations to the convention was
from Fostoria, the borne of Foster, and was
controlled by the Standard Oil interest. The
contest was a close and spirited one, and the
issues were plainly understood. ilcConica se
cured the nomination by the deciding vote of
the Fostoria delegation. Now every Standard
influence in the county, recardless of previous
political affiliation, is working with might and
main for McConica for Representative, who, it
is also said. Is receiving, from time to time,
much needed "encouragement" from Foster
himself. The county is close politically, the
Democrats having elected the Representative
two years ago. and, in order that Foster's man
succeed, much money will be needed, but, with
the Standard at bis back, McConica feels sure
of being elected.
In Wood county, the adjoining bailiwick on
the north, the Republican nominee for Repre
sentative is Dr. Spencer, who makes no con
cealment of the fact that he is the candidate of
Foster's friends, the Standard people, and an
nounces in advance of his election which he
considers sure that his vote will be for tbe ex
Governor for the United States Senate, "first,
last and all tbe time."
AM, FOB FOSTER.
The Republican candidates for State Sena
tors from this district, Hon. "William Geyser
and Captain Whetmore, are openly sustained
in their canvass by tbe same inflnence that
seenred tbe nomination of McConica, in Han
cock county, and Dr. Spencer, in Wood county.
At a secret meeting held last week between local
Republican managers In the district and Gov
ernor Foster, definite arrangements to carry
the election of these gentlemen as State Sena
tors were made, notwithstanding the fact that
a Democratic plurality of over 800 votes must
be overcome. Foster, it is said, promised that
tbe means for accomplishing the election of
Geyser and Whetmore should be forthcoming,
and "the district must be carried at any cost?1
aras tbe Governor's remark, and that the
Standard will carry ont his promise is a natural
conclusion, as the company has men at work in
every voting precinct in all the counties of the
district.
In Lucas county Mr. Grifflj. one of the Re
publican nominees for the General Assembly,
was bitterly opposed by the Standard influence
because he secured the passage of a bill per
mittinc the city of Toledo to construct an inde
pendent gas line, thus destroying tbe Standard's
hold npon that city. Notwithstanding this
opposition, however. Mr. Griffin was renomin
ated, but he will be beaten at tbe polls, although
Lucas county is Republican. As evidence of
tbe intention to defeat him it need only be said
that the Republican daily papers of Toledo,
said to be susceptible to Standard oil "influ
ence," have never mentioned Mr. Griffin's
name in their columns since he was nominated.
One of these papers, the Toledo Commercial, is
owned and absolutely controlled by the
Standard.
All these things, and many more that might
be mentioned, go to show that the Standard
Oil Company has changed its political base
this year in Ohio and if money. Influence and
power, exercised as only this tremendous or
ganization knows how to control these ele
ments, avail. Hon. Charles Foster will be the
next United States Senator from tbis State,
and he will reach that position as tbe candidate
and representative of tbe Standard Oil Com
pany. A LIVELY PROTEST.
Tbe Johnstown People Not Satisfied With
the Proposed Distribution.
rsrrciAi. telegilui to tot dispatch.i
JOHNSTOWN, October 15. Now that the
Board of Inquiry has completed its work and
preparations are being made to distribute the
relief money, the public learns a little of the
manner in which Ine payments are proposed to
be made. It is the simple truth to state that
all tbe committees and those having the prepa
ration of the list of losses in charge during the
whole summer refused to inform the public
what they were doing. It now transpires that
it is the purpose to pay the relief money on a
percentage of losses. If this is consummated
it is said that it will be an outrage upon justice
too gross to be contemplated.
The money to the widows and orphans has
all been paid, and the total amonnt is less than
200.000. This is not one-tenth of the total cash
to be distributed, and yet the otber nine
tenths goes to those less needy. And of
these the wealthy get much the greater part.
For instance, tbe poor man who lost from 330
to S700, all he had. only gets a percentage of
bis losses on the same ratio as the wealthy resi
dent or Dusiness man who lost 30,000, and
probablv has many times as much left, and the
distribution is about to be made on this basis.
Thero is much discord, and there threatens
to be an uprisinc of the people, demanding
that tbe money be given to the more needy
classes. The Flood Commission is censured,
but there is much criticism of the local boards
and committees. The whole affair is now
alleged to have been .manipulated by men of
property Interests berefor their own personal
benefit, and it seems that tbey have been suc
cessful in their intentions.
DIRECTORS OF THIS POOR
Assemble nt Alcoona to Consider Matters
Pertaining to Their Dalles.
f BrlCULL TZLXOBAH TO THE D1SFATCB.1
AITOOWA, October 15. The fifteenth an
nual meeting of the Association of tbe Direc
tors of the Poor of Pennsylvania convened In
the Mechanics' Library, tbis city, this morn
ing. Over 200 delegates were present. George
Roney. of Philadelphia, presided. Mayor K.
H. Turner made an address of welcome, which
was responded to by Colonel Gould, of Erie.
A. committee was appointed to choose officers
lor next year, and also to recommend a place
for the next convention. Tbe commission ap
pointed by Governor Beaver to revise the poor
laws of tne State were present, and tbe mem
bers were invited to participate in the conven
tion. Tbe same courtesy was extended to the Leg
islative Committee on Charities and Correc
tions. The question of the care of feeble
minded children was briefly discussed, but
nothing definite was arrived at. Verbal re
ports from the various districts were then
called for. These reports occupied the re
mainder of tbe day. anu showed great improve
ment in late yean in tbe treatment ot tbe poor
and insane.
Slow Work Securlnc a Jury.
UnCLLL TXXXGBAlt TO THB DISPATCH.:
WAWBSBraa, October lfc-Slow progress
was made in tbe Neff case to-day. Forty-seven
jnrors were examined, only two of whom weie
f elected. The names of those selected are R.
N. Bowley, of Wayne, and Jarrett Fox, of Perry
township. The prisoner appears to be If good
spirits, his countenance showing less signs oi
distress than usual since bis arrest.
LOCAL ITEMS, LIMITED.
Incidents of a Bar In Two Cities Condensed
for Ready KcndlnB.
c-.v TflWM a n. Mnnison and James
HeniphilL auditors, heard yesterday the testi
mony of Colonel Douglass on the claim of
Thomas Carlin Sons for the use of hoisting
engines at Johnstown. The Colonel recom
mended 85 a day for the use of the engines,
instead of 18, as charged. The bearing was
continued to November 6.
Ths directors of the Seventeenth ward
school district made an order recently that all
children living on Forty-fifth street and beyond
shall go to the Hatfield school. It seems- the
boys in tbe school are roueh and te chil
dren are afraid to go there. Now the citizens
want to know why the order was issued.
James Cavakaugh was prosecuted by
Agent O'Brien before Mayor Pearson last night
for cruelty to his wife and six little children.
to, rnmiiv iiva An T.-rrnn niiev and it woa
alleeedthatbe was in the habit of getting J
drunk and sometimes driving them out oi
doors.
Thb weekly meeting of the Humane Society
was held yesterday afternoon. Agent O'Brien
was urged to allow no instances of cruelty to
tinimals to pass without an investigation, ex
cept the agent's brief report there was nothing
acted upon other than the usual routine.
A eumoe comes from the Wesf that the com
bination between the Baltimore and Ohio, Wis
consin Central and Northern Paciflc Railroads
has been almost completed, and will go into ei
fect next week. It is said that freight rates
will go down in consequence.
t r FnwAHrjs. who was arrested at the
West Penn depot in Allegheny, Monday night, .
charged with larceny, was sent to jauior
aaysf Chief Kirschler says he is a crook. Ed
wards refuses to state where he got the hand
cuffs found on his person. -
THE Board ot Viewers, yesterday, held a
meeting for reading of the report and receiving
claims for damages by the opening of Maple
avenue. Thirty-first ward; also a meeting to re
ceive claims for the opening of Alder street,
Twentieth ward.
The special meeting of Allegheny Councils
called for to-morrow night will be an interest
ing one. The location of the newly proposed
electric light plant on Irwin avenue is on the
old stockyard grounds and near the Fort Wayne
Railroad.
The people living along the Fort Wayne
road are circulating a petition asking 'the rail
road company to put on another Sunday1 train.
They want it to arrive in Allegheny about 130
and leave tbe city about 5-20 in the afternoon.
CmEP BboWJ stated yesterday that Lieu
tenant Acheson, of engine company No. 7,
would probablybe discharged for bis actions
while drunk. He assaulted James McKee, of
Penn avenue.
Me. Isaacs claims that No. 419 Smithfield
street, could not have been where Mrs. Maria
Becker's speak-easy was pulled on Sunday, as
that is the number ot his lewclry store.
Wxixxax Post made an information against
his wife before Alderman Lohmann yesterday,
alleging that she cruelly ill-used his two chil
dren by a former marriice.
The Little Fred, which was grounded below
the dam on Monday, was pulled off yesterday
morning, and was reported to be in good condi
tion at Davis Island.
S AMD el Cabuthees, of Kansas City, tele
graphs Inspector McAleese that he can't help
his runaway son here. He has written a letter
of explanation.
These were 85 deaths in Pittsburg last week.
Diphtheria caused lL In the Old City were 20
deaths; East End, 40; Sonthside, 25; hos
pitals, 10.
Fish Wabdeh Hague surprised three men
seining in the Allegheny pear Etna. They es
caped in a boat, leaving a'net worth $90.
Feank Bubdenstaff was given SO days by
Alderman Brokaw yesterday for pulling a gun
on a Panhandle conductor.
AAEON C. Haibeet. Esct, of Somerset, was
admitted to practice before tbe Supreme Court
yesterday.
EIYEE MEN MID.
Plenty f Water Testerdar bat the Dam
Spoils AIL
The water register sent' up yesterday
showed five feet below Davis Island dam.
That is sufficient for navigation, but no
navigation can be undertaken because of
the break in the wheels under the dam
lock. The gates of that lock do not swing,
as is the rule, but slide like folding doors,
and the axles of the wheels under them
being broken, the lock is closed. River
operators are somewhat sore over the condi
tion of things. One of them said jester
day: "While this sort of a dam is new in this
country, it is old in Prance, where such
works have been inspected by our en
gineers. There is small excuse for the use
of machinery which is continually getting
out of order."
A SOLDIER'S E0JIAKCE.
J. 83. Shall Deserted the U. S. Army, but He
Prospered.
One of the Government detectives yester
day arrested J. S. Shull, a regular army de
serter, at Beaver Palls. Shull deserted
from Columbus a year and a halt ago, went
to Beaver Palls, secured employment as
polisher in an agricultural works, married
a young lady of Beaver Palls, became a
father, and, when arrested, was comfortably
located in a snug little home. He was
placed in the Central station until to-day,
and will be taken back to Columbus.
Dr. O'Reilly Going; to Ireland.
New York, October 15. Dr. O'Heilly, of St
Patrick's Church, Detroit, is in the city. He
will sail to-morrow morning on the Teutonic
with CoIonelJohn Atkinson and his two sons.
Dr. O'Reilly said this evening that he Intended
to return In about six weeks; that the intima
tion his trip was taken in response to a
cablegram from London was false. Colonel
Atkinson, be said, was taken his tiro boys to
Ireland. Dr. O'Reilly took advantage of this
fact to take an ocean voyage for much needed
rest and for his health. He said he had not
made much of a stir abont his jonrney, because
be was not sure that be would get away in
time to travel with Colonel Atkinson, but all
his friends in Detroit were made aware of bis
tripand be had his bishop's permission.
Dyspepsia's Victims are numbered by thou
sands. Do not continue in misery, bnt give
Hood's Sarsaparllla a trial. The many re
markable cures it has effected warrant us in
urging it upon your attention If you suffer
from Indigestion, sick headache, biliousness or
other stomach disorders. Be sure to ge
Hood's.
BEECHAM'S PILLS
(THE CREAT ENCL1SH REMEDY.)
Cure BIX lOUSand
Nervous ILLS.
25cts- a Box.
OB" .AT.Ti DRTJGK3-1STJS.
Pro (tress.
It is very important In this age of vast ma
terial progress that a remedy be pleasing to the
taste and to the eye. easily taken, acceptable
to the stomach and healthy in its nature and
effects. Possessing these qualities. Syrup of
Figs is the one perfect laxative and most gentle
diuretic known.
We-Are Entitled
To sell more than three-quarters of all the
overcoats that are sold in Pittsburg. Our
prices warrant it, and the steady rush to
secure the advertised overcoat bargains
proves it. Call and see our men's genuine
kersey overcoats at 513, sold everywhere else
at $25. P. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
Court House.
The Cloak Room Busy ni Ever.
The sew jackets and long garments are
here to-day also the largest stock of black
cloth mantles, plain and Draided the finest
assortment of seal plush garments (guaran
teed to wear well), jackets, $10 and up
mantles and coats en immense variety of
winter shawls just received.
JOS. HOKNE & CO. '8
Penn Avenue Stores.
Birthday Gins.
Diamond pins.
Garnet pins,
Plain pins,
Finger rings, set and plain,
As well as quite a lot of odds and ends suit
able for such occasions, at Henry Terhey
den's, 630 Smithfield st, mot
For To-Daj's Sale
We place on onr counters another batch of
those men's kersey overcoats at the bargain
figure of $13. They are a big go, and no
wonder; $25 is the price charged for them
elsewhere; our price $13 to-day.
P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond ats.,
opp. the new Court House.
Men' Driving and Street Gloves,
Complete stock now here, lined and plain
in best makes.
JOS. HOBKE & CO. '3
Penn Avenue Stores.
Combination ttnlon Suits
In ladies underwear, Jenness Miller dress
reform stvle, in all qualities, at Home &
Ward's, 41 Pifth ave.
PnrE' watches a specialty, low prices a
certainty, at Hauch's, No. 295 Pifth ave.
WTSU
Combination Union Salts
In ladies, underwear, Jenness Miller dress
reform stvle, in all qualities, at Home &
Ward's, 41 Pifth ave.
Traveling) Unjrs and Driving Robes
In plush. English plaid cloths, Scotch.
shawls large assortment $1 50 up to finest.
Jos. Hobne & Co. 'a
Penn Avenue Stores.
Bay Toar Silverware
At Hauch's, No. 29S Pifth ave., and
20 per cent Established 1853. WFSu
P. & V.'s Pittsburg beer pleases better
every time. Can't be excelled.
Combination Union Salts
In ladies underwear, Jenness Miller' dress
reform style, in all qualities, at' Home &
Ward's, 41 Pifth ave.
Diamond Cat Brilliant Earrings,
Solid gold mountings, $1 a pair, at Hauch's,
No. 295 Pifth ave. -wrsu
Time is the true test P. & V.'s Pilsner
beer grows daily in popularity.
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
Kuns. Balance.
(James Cole Pittsburg
jilli J. Hoop Pittsburjr
IWm. D. Uowter Toledo, O.
iBsddie Lnpton l'ltubarg
J Jacob Blld.. .Westmoreland countr
(Blanche Hamilton Westmoreland county
J Conrad Knopf. tVellsTlIle. O.
(Maggie Hlggtns Wellsvllle, o.
t Win. McElroy Pittsburg
( Ella Gunning fttttbnrg
( Michael Hlrti Lower St. Clair township
1 Elizabeth Scheutz Lower St. Clair township
5 Charles E. Jones Pittsburg
) Elmtra Cox Pittsburg
( Seth Hendricks Olenfleld
(Sadie B. Pryor Ulenfleld
( Martin Coyne Pittsburg
1 Delia Connally Pittsburg
(Thomas Dowd Braddock
( Bridget Naugbton... Braddock
( James Stuart Pittsburg
X Lonlsa Uhllger Pittsburg
(JobnW. Kamsden Pittsburg
( Margaret A. Evans .- Pittsburg
( Harry T. Foster Bedford county
I Lauretta F. Eirhelberger Bedford countr
( Adam Leonhardt Pittsburg
Elizabeth Mueller Pittsburg
( Edgar 8. Loder Pittsburg
X Sidney Bebee Pittsburg
J Martin Duffey -..Pittsburg
( Mary Connolly Pittsburg
5 Casta v' Mustier Pltssburg
t Matilda Hartung Pittsburg
flIARUIED.
BRANT SWINDELL On Monday, Octo
ber It. 1SS9, by the Rev. W. H. Cooke. Will
iaji J. Bkant and Floba l. Swindell,
daughter of James D. Swindell, all of Alle
gheny. SANCHEZ KOrjNTZ Officiating clergy
'man; Rev. W. J. Holland, D. D., Sunday, Octo
ber 0, 1SS9, Mr. Abthub Amadou Saxchee
and Mrs. KAthebixe if. Kouktz, both of
New York.
DIED.
BROOKS On Tuesday, October 15. 1889, at
330 o'clock, Samuel H. brooks, husband of
Marion W. Brooks. In the 26th year of his ago.
Southern avenne, MtWashington.
ifotlce of funeral hereafter.
FREY On Monday, October 14, at 2 A. u..
Christian Fbxt, aged IS years 2 months and
J days.
Funeral from his late residence. No. 89
Amanda avenue. Knoxville borough, on
"Wednesday at 2 p.m. Friends of tbe family
are respectfully invited to attend.
MHiER At Marietta, a, October is, at
Sa A. M., Mabie D. Wood, wife of Alonzo J.
Miller. Late residence 117 Flavel street. East
End. Pittsburg, Pa.
MURCOTT On Monday, October 14, 18S9, at
11 P. a., George MueCott, aged 44 years.
Tbe funeral will take place from his late resi
dence, G214 Natrona alley, on "Wednesday,
October 16, 1&9, at 3 r. M, Friends of the
family and members of Keystone Relief Society
are respectfully invited to attend.
REILLY On Tuesday, October 15, at 4 p. jr.,
Mrs. Sabixa Reilly. aged 75 years, mother-in-law
of P. McDonough. ?.
Funeral from lito residence, -No. 20 Penn
avenue, on TnUESDAY at 8:30 A. M. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
WATKTNS On Tuesday, October 15, at 10
A. st, Elizabeth, mother of John, Win. D.
and Mary Watklns.
Fnneral on Thursday Afternoon at 2
o'clock, from her lata residence, Second ave
nue, above Brady street Soho. a
ANTHONY MEYER,
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Lim.,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1134 Penn avesue. Tele
phone connection. mylO-69-nwrsu
JAMES M. FULLERTOH,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
NO. 6 SEVENTH BTBEET.
Telephone 1153.
ap27-82-wrsu
For Most Exquisite-Flowers,
GRAND DECORATIVE PLANTS. TREES
BULBS. ETC.. GO TO
JOHN R. &A. MURDOCH,
508 Smithfield Street
Telephone2Se. seZiorwr
FLORAL EMBLEMS.
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND SMTLAX
A. M. & fT. B. MURDOCH,
CI A SMITHFIELD ST.
OXV Telephone 129. dc6-f4-nwr
pEPRESENTED IN PXTTSBURU AN 18U.
ASSISTS . !3pn,6983K.
Insurance Co. of North America,
i Losses adjusted aadpftidk WILLIAM L
JONES. 4 Fourth areoue. ja3042-2 .
NEW ADYBRTTSEMEXTS.
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR GEM
DIAMOND ?
If not come and see it We guarantee.it
to be the Finest Diamond in the city. We
invite comparison.
WATTLES &SHEAFER.
JEWELERS:
37 FIFTH AVENUE.
se2torwy
IT STILL LEADS
PortiereBed at $12 00.
This bed
is giving all
the advan
tages of
higher
priced fold
ing beds,and
when hand
somely draped, is a richer piece
of furniture than most heavy
wood front beds.
P. C. Schoeneck,
711 LIBERTY ST.
PITTSBTJBa.
N. B. Our Exposition exhibit is in north
west end of main building. Goods there dis
played are but a small sample of tbe enormous
stock shown at warerooms. Visitors welcomed
at our warerooms at all times. oclS-WSu
NOWHERE
are such'positive bargains to be found in floor
covering as in this immense stock of '
CARPETING
The prices put on them
business at a very
makes an active
CLOSE MAEG-IN.
You can save GOOD CASH in your pur
chases in this department Also see our
Lace and Portiere
Curtain Sale when in, as it pays all comers.
i1
w
T,M,
138 Federal St, Allegheny, Pa.
OClS-MWTSU
Kabo never works up or
down or breaks. If it does
in a year, you shall have your
money back from the store
where you bought your cor
set. The steels may break
the best of steels have their
limits of strength. But Kabo
has no breaking limit; it
doesn't break at all.
And the ,Kabo corset is
perfect in form.
The store has a primer on
Corsets for you.
Chicago Corset Co., Chicago and New York.
TASTEFUL TRIMMINGS FOR DRESSES
AT TEMPTING PRICES.
Black Bilk Fronts at
$6 00, $10 00 and $12 00 each.
Black Silk Panels at
$175, $3 00 and $8 00 each.
Black Silk Sashes,
$4 50, $5 00, $5 63 and $S 75 each.
Black Silk Fringes from
75oupfo$2 37 per id.
Black Silk Girdles from
50c up io $1 25 each.
Black Silk Gimps from
l2oup to $1 75 a yd.
Colored Silk Gimps from . .--
15c up to $1 00 a yd.
Black Jet Gimps from
50c up to $2 50 a yd. -V
Colored Jet Gimps from - .-
5Co and 75 0 a d. .
Black Jet Ornaments from
4onpio $1 00 a yd. ' ;.
Colored Jet Ornaments
l5oand25c.
Black Crochet Ornaments from
10c (0 $1 08 each. '
Black Jet Headings from
25eto$l 88ayd. -..'-,
Steel headings,
75o to $1 88 a yd.
Persian Braids, Colored,
25e a vd.
Persian Braids. Black,
75o to $2 00 s vd. '
A FULL
LINE OF DRESS LININGS.
FLEISHMAN & CO..
OClS-D
PITTSBURG. PA
-THE AMERICAN FIRE
I INSURANCE COMPANY.
Philadelphia.
Total Asset, January L 1867 f301t&8 M
EDWARDS & KEN2TET, Ag'ts,
QO FOURTH AVE., Pitteimri-, Fa, -L5
Telephone 78a JalMO-w
NEW
ADVERTISEMENTS.
Antnmn Colorinirs
Mysterious frosty fingers
have painted the mountain
walls and woodland slopes in
all the lovely colorings of
Autumn.
The somber
greens of the
pines, the gol
den, yellows
of the beech
and birch and
the blazing
reds of the
maples have
their counter
parts on the
walls and in
the shelves of
our Uphol
stery depart
ment in the
exquisite col
or combinations of the new
DRAPERY STUFFS,
. PORTIERES
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CURTAINS.
Experienced salesmen will assist
in securing correct combinations of
colorings and materials. Special
designs and sketches submitted if
desired.
N. B, Old Parlor' Furni
ture reupholstered by experi
enced workmen, .with a large
stock of Furniture Coverings
to select from.
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Ladies' and Children's
UNDERWEAR.
Better Talues than we hare over been,able to
offer. Those who want Ladles' or Children's'
Underwear should Inspect our stock and see
for yourself what we are doing.
We will place on our counter to-morrow,
Tuesday, a lot of Children's White Merino
Shirts and Pantalets, sizes 18 to 28, at 25c each.
Pantalets having the ribbed, close-flttlne leg.
Our next number is a lot of Children's Nat
ural Wool Shirts, Pantalets and Drawers, sizes
20 to Si. Out prices for these are 40c, 60c, 60c,
70c according to size: regular price 65c, 76c,
85c, XL .These are over three-quarters wool
and a special bargain.
Ladles' White Merino Vests and Drawers,-
with the ribbed arm and leg; something new;
extra ralue at 60c, all sizes.
Ladles' White Merino Vests and Drawers,
heavyweight, ruu, beoulae made Vest,
only 75c; former price, 81 25. This seems un
reasonable, hut It Is true. Ask to see it. Sizes
26 to 39.
Ladies' Natural Wool Vests and Drawers;
the best ever shown at the price; all sizes, 28 to
40. at 75c each.
Better grade of Ladles' Natural Wool Vests
and Drawers. This being an all-wool garment
and good value at SI 25, our price for this is
only SI, sizes 23 to 4a
Ladies' Scarlet Wool Vests and Drawers at
SL SI 25 and SI 75 each, sizes 28 to 41 in $1 grade
and to 40 in other two.
Ladies' Fine Natural Wool Vests and Draw
ers, medium weight, all sizes, 28 to 40, for SI 25
each.
Ladies' Camel's hair Vests and Drawers, all
sizes. SI 75.
Ladies' White Merino Vests and Drawers in
finer qualities and different weights, various
prices, according to size and weight. Also the
gauze and gossamer weights.
After leaving the merino and wool goods, we
will mention the Swiss Ribbed Vests, which we
have In a larger variety than ever and prices
lower.
Ladles' Swiss Ribbed Wool Bodies, white,
at 75c.
Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Wool Vests, H.N.R.
A, white and natural, SL
Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Wool Vests, H.N. L.
a. white and natural. Si 25.
Better grades of tbo same at 25c advance over
those prices. Sizes range in the wool 3 to 6.
Ladles' Silk and Wool Vests. L. N. N. S., H.
N. R. A. and II. N. L. S., all sizes, 2 to 5.
Ladles' Silk Bodies at 75c, SI, SI 60, S2 25, up
to S3 60.
Ladies' Bilk Vests, H. N. B. A S2 to S3 50.
Ladles Silk Vests. H. N. L. 8, 81 50, Jl 75,
S2, S2 25, S2 0, S3, S4 60 and S5.
Men's Winter Underwear!
We wish to call special attention to our lines
of Winter Underwear at S2 per garment; 84 per
salt, in White Merino. Camel's hair. Natural
Wool. Tan-Lolored Cashmere and Gold Brown
and Natural Wool.
Heavy Ribbed Shirts
Drawers !
and
Also onr fall line of Fine Underwear. Nat
ural Wool and Silk Mixed Natural Wool and
Scotch Wool, in Ugnt, medium ana heavy
weights; Medium and Heavy Weight Balbrtg
Ean; also onr Cashmere Lamb's Wool and Me
rino Shirts and Drawers, In English and
American makes.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH A VENUE.
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ANCHOR REMEDY COMP'NY,
229 LIBERTY BTBEET.
Anchor snecialtles. Catarrh
Bemedy, Rheumatic Remedy,
KIDNEY REMEDY,
Dyspepsia Remedy, Beef, Wine
and Iron, Beef, Wine Iron and
Cocoa. Cod Liver OIL Sarsanarllla.
liver Fills. Liniment, and extra larzo strenzth-
cninc plasters. Wo have thousands of ,testl
monials from people who have used the
ANCHOR REMEDIES
and all commend them as being tbe best prep,
aratlons in the market; We guarantee satis
faction in all cases .where the diwetiow are
.i. Bssr
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carefully followed.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
B. & B.
Wednesday. October 15.
Ladies who know actually tell us
there is no such stock of Evening
Laces as ours outside of New York,
and not a more complete stock even
in the metropolitan city. There
are ladies in these two cities who
sought the marts of the country for
beautiful laces and then came here
to find at their very door, a most
thorough department, a most com
plete stock of beautiful and elegant
goods, and in all not a hint at the
fancy prices, they were asked to pay
for less desirable goods.
It is needless to say these ladies
made their purchases here.
Why not? And hundreds of
others will who are looking about.
And' hundreds and hundreds will
come straight here and buy when
they are ready for the goods, with
out looking- about Why should
they not?
We have some genuine bargains
in Black Silk Drapery Nets.
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Gents' Gloves We want your
trade, gentlemen, and it will be to
your interest to let us have it All
the best lines here at interesting
prices.
Special Black Silk Velvets, for
trimming Henriettas, etc,
16 Inches wide, 50c
IS Inches wide, 75c
19 inches wide, SI, SI 25, 81 60 and S2.
Black Silk Costume Velvets:
22-inch, SI 60.
27-incb, 82, 82 60, S3, 83 50 and 84,
B0GGS & BUHL,
115,117,119.121 Federal .Allegheny,
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PAULSON BROTHERS.
PUB SHOULDER OAPES
In Seal, genuine Sable, Astrachan. Persian
Lamb, Lynx and all kinds of lur. We would
call attention to onr genntne ASTRACHAN
CAPE at S12 and real SABLE CAPE at J35.
Our stock of Seal Jackets, Sacques, Stuffs,
etc. Is also very large and complete. Our prices
arethe LOWEST for BEST QUAIITIES. -
PAULSON BROS.,
441 WOOD STREET.
N. R We are now showing onr latest im
portations of LADIES' ENGLISH WALK
ING HATS, in all the new shades to matcb
costumes. ocM-amrr
A Sum for You.
A B buys a suit of clothing
of X Y Z for $10. It lasts
four months.
C D buys a suit of clothing
of Wanamaker & Brown" for
$14. It lasts eight months.
How much more does A B
pay than C D?
Answer $6, or nearly 43
per cent.
This is s.omething for you
to take home and figure on.
Set down the day you buy
a suit from us, compare with
price paid by some neighbor
who has bought elsewhere,
and mark down the day they
lay off their suit and you
yours.
Turn the account over to
some of the children to cipher
out and prove the result for
you.
- To us it will mean a large
ly increased business.
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Wanamaker
& Brown,
Sixth street and Penn avenne.
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Practically Taught at
Duff's College,
dOFIFIKAVE.
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-EVENING SESSIONS.
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NEW ADVERTISEMBHTS.
Need a Fall Overcoat?
We never before had.suoh a run
on Overcoats nor sold so many as
during the last few weeks a sure
slam of low prices and nobby styles.
We have, however, replaced all
broken lots, and you will tforl our
assortment the most' complete.
Prices, $7 60, 810, 811,iaand up
ward. All patterns ajid shades
from the lightest 'Meltons and Di
agonals to the plain black Chev
iots. All the, different styles of
seams and edges plain corded,
double stltohed and strapped. You
should examine our line.
SUITS and PANTS
in complete variety for everyday
wear and for dress are also selling
freely our low prices cause it
HATS in the best grades and
newest styles at popular prices.
STRASSBURGER & JOSEPH,
. Tailors, ClDtMers aii Hatters,
161, 163 Federal St. Allegheny.
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THE LARGEST STOCK.
LATEST STYLES.
, W. : M.
X4EA.X)UST3- SSIOE3 D-mATr-fflf
Wholesale House,
515 and 517 Wood street.
UNPRECEDENTED VALUES:
IN OUR
CORSET DEPARTMENT,
English Sateen Corsets, 50c.
French Woven Corsets; 69c, 75c, $1 and
R. & G. Corsets, 75c.
R. & G., extra long waist, St.
H. & S., in all colors, 89c.
H. & &, coutil (black) $1 75, Si 99.
Thomson's Glove Fitting Corsets, Si 5a
Thomson's Abdominal Corsets, $1 50.
Dr. Gilbert's Abdominal Corsets, $.
Madam Fot's Skirt Supporting Corsets,
Si 35;
C. L, Satin Corsets; in colors, $1 75.
C B., Coutil Corsets, $1 35.
Ball's Circle Hip Corsets, $1.
Ball's Health Preserving Corsets, Si.
Ball's Nursing Corsets, St.
P. N., High Bust, Si.
P. N., Coutil (black) $1.
opeciai jobc recerrea, 2au aozen. Xiawn ana Muslin A&rpag,
folly 50o eaoh. Tour choice of the entire lot, 36c eaoh.
. . . ..
DANZIGEE &
Nos. 42,44,46,48,50,52 Sixth st 538,540,542 Pmr m
JLRE
OF
THE
Have we any rights as Caterers to the wants of the genera!
public to presume to ask a share of their patronage sojfai
pertains to perfect fitting out
plete or in a part, in all that
furnished one. Much has been
said by firms who pretend to
ish a house, of how cheap they
u.t J ax. a. Px-ii t
iney can uo mat. ouu, wnen
proper chance to display their
before the public, how sadly they have been left Take"
exhibits at the Exposition, a place where we are all
to put on our best bib and
Why, in our opinion, they don't
of an Exposition. Who, in your opinion, if you have had it
pleasure of attending the Exposition, are entitled to the;
erence of your trade? We certainly are not presuming too ii
in askinK vou to oive this vour serious attention. 'when i
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ing for Furniture, Carpets, Bedding, Stoves, Ranges, tc.s
fact anything and everything kept in stock, that any"j
would wish for to beautify their homes.
Davis Sewing Machines are our specialty. We sel
low for cash, or if you prefer,
account
HOPPER BROS. & C0
THE COMPLETE
807WOQI ST. 3!
Be.Sure You Get in Our Stori,
- -y ry;
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KEW ABVERTI9C3CWrWi.r
BOSTON NOVELTY STORED
406 and 408 Weed Street.
THE TALK'
Of the town to 1Mb great store, where thaf
largest baMBeM ever (MM In Mris city is ew
oeiaedose. j5Yrrsf:soKjBneesi
LOOK AT OUK PRICES.
112 piece decorated diHner 'set obit 18 58.
decorated tettat set only
!0SL
46 niece decorated tea set. only SB i
16V,
50 doz. steak dishes, white granite, oaly Me.
260 doz. square dWMs, white graait,We tef
36c.
90 dec whits granite soap plates asif 5g.
ia0 doz. white granite dinger plates atijSe.
70 dot. jrJltbaad handle ospe, a4 SMweca
only 10c.
20 doz. square decorated, ofeiaa onspldareg
only 60c .
10O dor. heary pieced to dieti yaas, St. !,
10-at.l&.12-qt.e,Mt.2e... - r
GOO enameled lined kettles, Jt. 2se, 3-qc 2k,
ml aoco-qt 4ico-jL.CB-K.Me, jsmh. sav. .
100 iron pots and kettles; Boa. 7, SaadS,;er,a
caoiceiora&c.
Flat lions, 6 lb, 72b and 8tt,jeBr ofcoiee tt ,
sc.
Chamber pails, aas't. colors, only Ke.
Asms try pass only Ge,
2-q.t, eorered palls only Se.
Wash tubs, all ii, from Me to H 08.
Brass bird cages 50c 8So aad H 08.
HowelTs ammeaia water only 7e
GBEAT, BABGAINS W DOLLi.
Jointed doll, Wsqae bead, ttmiagjutr,
fauh Its loner Mb
Kid body doll, biM head, Sei stir, 31
lacue .OI1K, zoc
Patent bead doll, flowing loir, 1
stockiBO. X inches lose. 58c
Dressed doll, btsqae head, flowteg hair, skewer
K tee.n, 1 moses long, ooeap at H, satj 3W,
11.UBBW uous irem ive so an.
Beautiful dolls, all kinds, troea Se ito fa.
aioubu, i oil sizes, suk ptsB, gae.
Hundreds of different styles of rases.' Seta
JB00. .
Also a full line of glassware, tinware, oeek- .
ing ware, ill rerware, wooden ware, wffiewwsM,
Ictare frames, statues, ten of aUUads t su. '
alf tbe Dries sold elMwfeitrft-
lamense bargains on oar Se aad Me eeanlsn
H. G. HAYDEN Sl CO;
BEST ASSORTMENTS
LOWEST PRICES.-
LAJRD,
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Retail Stores;
406 and 408 Market :
POPULAR
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P. N Strengthening, 89c.
P. N Perfection (then) Si.
Dr. NIche4's Asbestfae, $1.
Dr. Warner's HeaHk, Si 35.'
Dr. Warner's Cors&ae, St.
Dr. Warner's Nurshw. Si .
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Dr. ScbiHtegs HeaHk Prisrrhft-I
j. as vy oteRspnng, 35-
Madam. Men's Short Hia, $. A
C P- extra lonrwaW, aU MttM.l1
C P., raedfem feegtk, aU , JR
.ti , Mascott, Si 75. 'Z'
K. & G., Satla, hi colors, $3 JO.
Children's Ferric Waist, jae, 74 1
.uaaiea- owner wasst 35;
Misses' R. & G. ConeU, go.
Young" Ladies' Corsets, 66c
Ball's Mkses' Corsets, 75c
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WE
PEOPLH
or furnishing their .housesxi
goes to make your hoaie aw
said of late and more WUIii
be in position to properly!
can sell this or how i
Li. i i V '"
mey nave Deen given ine;OB
ability, setting themselvesrif
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tucker, and what do they :
understand the first
v;
,
will give you time to setw
HOUSEFURNISHER1
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