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PITTSBUKG- DISPATCH; -1TtfEDNESDAY, NOVEMBERr6;.'Wl88a
The Ladies of Swissvale Present His
Club With a Fine Banner.
PBAISIM THE CONGRESSMAN.
Ihe Bepresentatire Denounces Southern
HE. TKEKT OS GOOD EEPOBIICANISM.
A special meeting of the Dalrell Repub
lican Club was held at its rooms, Swissvale,
last evening. The occasion was the pre
sentation of an elegant banner, handsomely
tmbroidered and bearing the title of the
clnb in letters of gold on a groundwork of
dark blue silk, by the ladies of Swissvale
and vicinity to the club. About 15 ladies
and 50 or 60 gentlemen were present to hear
the addresses of the Hon. John Dalzell, S.
V. Trent, Esq., Mr. A. J. Edwards and
other speakers. Among those in the gath
ering were: D. P. Corwin, Secretary of the
Pittsburg, Virginia and Charlestou Koad;
I. M. Moffat and D. I". Collingwood, the
iuw iu auiciicoi uiud man.
The chairman called the meeting to or
der, and after briefly stating the object of
their assembling introduced Mr. A. J.
Edwards, who had been called upon to pre
sent the banner on behalf of the ladies. Mr.
Edwards paid a glowing tribute to woman,
adverted to her powerful influence for good,
and said that everything she tonched she
elevated and raised above the common. He
spoke in eulogistic terms of Mr. Daizell.and
said well might they place his name upon
their banner, for he represented the purest
party and grandest organization this country
ever saw. He referred to the inception of
the party and its subsequent career, and in
closing said: "The ladies of Swissvale de
sire to present to you through me, this
handsome and elegant banner. "When time
shall have dimmed its beautr. it is the hone
B'of the donors that the Dalzell Republican
Club will still be in its youth and beauty."
MR. TRENT'S CLEVER REPLY.
S. X. Trent, in accepting the gift on be
half of the club, expressed his acknowledg
ments to the donors for their devotion to the
principles which the organization reDre-
sented. He said that strong indeed, was the
cause, and favored that had woman's sym
pathy and support, and that all along in the
great highways or time woman had been
stronger in her tears, than men in
their arguments. Proceeding, the speaker
reterred to the support that women
had always accorded the Republican
partv during the dark days of its
inception, and said that it was her lot not
aloncto darn and mnd and perform her
household duties, but it was also her mis
sion to inspire men to beneficent results.
The aspirations of the Republican party
were worthy of a woman's sympathy. Con
tinuing Mr. Trent drew a distinction be
tween Republicans and Democrats, as the
lormer being so because they knew some
thing and the latter being so
because they knew nothing. "The
Democratic party," he continued,
never stood up lor anything until it knew
what the Republicans were going to do,
then they weiit against it Where would
this country be without the splendid
achievement of the Republican party?
Nothing but a dream, a delusion. It has
spoken the voice of liberty; its influence has
extended to the ends of the earth; it lifted
a race from slavery; it has fostered and pro
tected American industries; it has made us
respected abroad, and I say to you that it is
worthy of woman's support, for it is the
knighthood of American manhood to-day.
. So, my friends, the gentlemen of this vicin
ity have founded this organization to main
tain these principles, and they believe they
can best be maintained by the election of
pure, capable and honest men to office."
The Chairman then introduced the Hon.
John Dalzell, who was received with cheers.
The sp aker said he would as soon think of
making . set speech on the present occasion
as he would of addressing his friends in his
oyrn parlor. He fully appreciated the kind
things oa'.d e' him, and if their Representa
tive were all he was painted, the honor re
flected not on him but on those whose prin
ciples he ad , -sated. Any gentleman would
be proud to be connected with them. It
was a good thing to have a club in a neigh
borhood like that. Men were gregarious
BRASS .BANDS A NECESSITY.
People decry brass bands and parades and
the grand flourishes made on political ocm
sions, but they have their uses; they serve
to attract crowds and draw the attention of
those assembled to the cause. There is an
other point, too, in connection with the uses
of a clnb; there is the instruction socially as
well as politically which can be promul
gated by them. There is the reflex effect on
members of what they may have heard at
tneir ciuo. jsien exchange views and ideas,
discuss matters of interest suggested by
passing events, and subjects in this wise are
suggested" to the mind of which it never had
thought of before. In political affairs there
mnst be a machine, and one of the
uses of the political club is to
control the machine, not be con
trolled by it. There must be a machine,
whether it be good or whether it be bad.
Bya machine I mean that organization
which is necessary to conduct an election.
Now it seems to "me that when the club
loses its organization it loses its rower to
control and djrect the machine, which up to
a certain point is all right. It is when the
machine goes too far that the club should
step in and direct it. "Whenever a club de
parts from this position and becomes a ma
chine, and ceases to be an auxiliary, it
opens the door to "bossism," a thing we
should avoid as far as possible, and if we
would understand how to maintain our club
we must not lose sight of this.
It is very easy to get up a clnb
on a political basis, especially dur
ing a campaign, but it is a
different thing to keep it going afterward.
2fow, my suggestion is in the line of what
is practical. Every club has a social ele
ment and this is a side that should be culti
vated; you won't have pressing political
questions to keep yon going all the time.
You must introduce the social substratum;
make it more of an element, make your
club homelike. "Why should there not be
from time to time social as well as political
discussions? If a man has anything to say
why cannot he ventilate his ideas ? A good
social club, made up of good social fellows is
bound to be a success. I suggest to you, for
instance, a lecture, say once a month. I
will myself undertake to supply one or two
Mr. Dalzell wenton to say the club should
have a voice in controlling the affairs of the
neighborhood, and said: "I cannot under
stand how a man can be a Democract, or
how a man can insult his understanding by
becoming a Democrat. The Republican
party has not gotten to the end of its mis
sion or its history. The party that started
out for free territories and ended in freeing
! nt fnlhllAW f m?.? a!1 a
. una uui juiuncu 11,3 Ullb&lUU UDlll llie
awml Southern outrage is wiped out It is
a wrong to every man in the nation who has
a vote, that the Southern planter has now 5
votes for the 3 he used to have, and I say
that the Eepubhcan party will carry on its
missiA until the outrage is removed.
SAID TO 3B DANGEROUSLY ILL.
Eccles Robinson, a Former Leader, Re
ported to be In Bad Health.
Word was received in the city yesterday
to the effect that Mr. Eccles Robinson, ei
Worthy Foreman of D. A. 3; Knights of
flSbor, was lying dangerously ill at his resi
dence in Philadelphia. Mr. Robinson was
at one time associate editor of the Commoner
and Glass Worker, and XdasterWorkman of
3. D. A. 252, K. of lu, brass workers, and
was known as one of the foremost labor lead
ers in this district
Two AddltlonnI Fonnders Signed.
Two additional loundry firms signed the
scale yesterday, the Porter Foundry and
Machine Co., Allegheny, and the Pittsburg
Manufacturing Co. Other firms are ex
pected to concede the demand to-day.
TYRANNY OP THE DEAD.
Bev Pentecost Says the Great Men of the
Pan Are Handlcnpped-Thelr Influence
Dominated Too Mnch.
Rev. Hugh O.Pentecost delivered another
lecture in Lafayette Hall last night to an
audience that might have been larger, but
nevertheless was as appreciative as" a lecturer
The speaker maintained that the influ
ence of the dead dominated religion as
taught in churches, theological seminaries,
medical and law schools and hampered
study in political economy, greatly to the
detriment of the body politic. In the last
CO years a great revolution had taken place.
The trusted woman helperin the family
had been degraded to a mere menial. The
trusted hired man was a thing of
the past, and his place was occu
pied by a being less valued by the
farmer than one of his cows. This estimate
of hired help had developed the tramp,
filthy and criminal, and mechanics had bo
come mere appendages to machinery.
Political economy, he said, niUBt be re
studied. Henry George is called a crank
by those who occupy collegiate chairs en
dowed by dead men. Youth never had any
chance against an endowment, as witnessed
at Andover. Untaxed churches are baa
enough, but city graveyards are worse; The
National Constitution is a fetich, and
were the country sliding into the
sea and a remedy prescribed, some
stickler would demand to know what the
constitution prescribed on the subject
Washington, Jefferson, Webster and Clay
were great in their day. but in 1889 they are
sadlyhandicapped by the fact that they are
dead and have not had the benefit of half a
century's progress. The mechanics of to
day know more of the live issnes than Web
ster could foretell in his time.
The Captain Kidds and Dick Turpins of
the past, the speaker said, are to-day the
Goulds and the Vanderbilts. People are
so much under the influence of the teach
ings of the dead that many actually believe
that Andrew Carnegie, who is absent from
bis works half the time, individually earns
the enormous sum called his share of the
TJSIKG TflEIE OWN GAS.
Park Bros. Will Construct a Slxteen-Inch
BInIn From Blnrrysville.
Park Bros. & Co. were able to turn on a
snpply of gas last night from their new
well, six miles distant from their present
gas wells at Murraysville, and one mile
south of McLaughlin station.
For the past four months the company
has been laying pipes between these two
points to enable them to have a constant
snpply of gas throughout the long wiuter
months. They found last year that, al
though they had a number of good wells in
the Murrysville district they did not get
a sufficient supply of gas to run the mill
during the winter months. This resulted
last season in a number of cancelled orders.
To avoid this state of things in the future
the company took time by the forelock, and
sunk the new Smith well connecting it with
their others. The latter gives them 500
pounds extra pressure. This they anticipate
will supply them abundantly for all pur
poses. The Smith well is sunk about 1,800 feet
deep. The pipes which connect the two
wells are six miles long and 12 inches in
diameter. The laying of the pipe line cost
about 2,C00 per mile. The aggregate cost
tor the whole work was upward of $50,000.
This work, however, is small in compari
son with the new line which they propose to
commence shortly. It will run from Mc
Laughlin station to the Homestead
reducing station. The new pipe
line is to be 16 inches in diameter, and
will be about 19 miles in length. The work
will take about nine months to finish it, and
will cost over $200,000.
DREIFUS AERESTJSD AGAIN.
This Time He Turns Up lu Newark, N. J.,
stud is Said to be Insane.
Isaac Dreifus, a well-known horse dealer
of this city, was arrested yesterday at
Newark, N. J., suffering from insanity.
The unfortunate man left here for the East
a little over two months ago to buy horses.
His actions prior to that time were some
what peculiar, but his family did not sup
pose his ailment was so bad as it really was.
A few days after he left home he was found
in one of the worst sections of New York
City helplessly drunk and having $7,000 in
his pocket. He was taken to the Toombs
jail there, and the Pittsburg police were
notified that he seemed to be mentally un
balanced. His wife at once sent'a friend to
New York to bring Dreifus home. When
the friend got there, Dreifus bad paid his
fine, was released and had taken a steamer
!or Europe. Nothing has been heard of
him until Inspector McAleese got a tele
gram yesterday from the Chief of Police at
Newark stating that he was in custody there
and had a large sum of money on his per
son. His family, who reside at No. 24
Franklin street, this city, were notified at
once, and a brother of the unfortunate man
will go a:ter him this morning.
AEEESTED for forgery.
An Allecheny fllnn Who It Is Claimed liaised
Money on Bod Checks.
Detective Murphy, of Allegheny, arrested
Frank A. Parsons last evening on a charge
of forgery. Parsons is accused of forging
the names of John Peoples, of "Webster
street, and John Ommert, to checks for
$16 50 each. They were cashed at the Real
Estate Bank on Ohio street. The iorgeries
were detected. Parsons wss accused of a
similar offense a short time ago, but the
grand jury ignored the bill,.
In the ears, sometimes a roaring, buzzinj;
sound, or snapping like the report of a pistol)
are cansed by catarrh, that oxceedinply dis
agreeable and very common disease. Loss of
smell or hearing also results from catarrh.
Hood's Sarsaparllla, the great blood purifier is
a peculiarly successful remedy for catarrh,
which it enres by eradicating from the blood
the lmDurity which causes and promotes this
disease. Try Hood's Sarsaparilia.
"I used Hood's Sarsaparilia for catarrh, and
received great relief and benefit from it. The
catarrh was very disagreeable, especially in
the winter, causing constant discharge from
my nose, ringing noises in my ears, and pains
in the back of my head. The effort to clear
my head in the morning by hawking and spit
ting was painful. Hood's Sarsaparilia gave me
relief immediately, while in time I was en
tirely cured. I am never without the medicine
in my house as I think it is worth its weight in
gold Mrs. O. B. Grnn, 1029 Eighth street.
N. W., Washington, D. C. s
Sold by all drnsglsts. SI: six for S3. Prepared
only by C L HOOD fc CO., Lowell, Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar
V. 6. DETOT,SS lltroer EL, Ji. Y.
for sale wholesale and retail bv
103 Federal Street.
noS-66-Tys Allegheny. Pa.
THE CREAT ENCLI8H REMEDY.
Beecham's Pills I
For Bilious and Henrcns Disorders, i
"Worth a Guinea a Box "but sola
for 25 cents,
BY ALL BRUGCISTS.
Jennie Stoner Loan a Point.
rSFSCIAL TXLXO&UC TO TUB DISPATCH. 1
Habkisbcsq, November 5. Judge
Simonton to-day decided against the appli
cation of the attorneys for Jennie Stoner,
who claims to have been married to the late
Penn iCusk, a rich distiller, for the hearing
of her case by a jnry, leaving it with the
A Now Batch ,.
Of ?10 overcoats for to-day's sale, including
fashionable silk-faced kerseys, chlncbillas
and worsteds. Many of them are also cut
in ulsters. Price to-day, $10. Don't fail to
see them. We venture to say nothing like
'em can be seen in this city short of $22.
To-day they go at $10. P- C. 0. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
B. & B.
1 case 4-4 white Shaker flannel at 35c a
yard to-day. If you see this you will find
out how much advantage it is Jor you to buy
here. Boggs & Buhl.
The largest stock at popular prices,
wr Pitcaien's, 434 Wood street.
Gn Fire, Cam Stoves, Gas Bailees.
O'Keefe Gas Appliance Co..34 Fifth av.
Men's fine neckwear.
James H. Aiken & Co.,
100 Fifth ave.
Natural Gas Bills Reduced 75 Per Cent
O'KeefeGas Appliance Co.,34 Fifth av.
What is the best thirst quencher?
F. & V.'s Pilsner beer. All dealers.
B. t B.
New beaver long garments. with plash
sleeves. Popular prices for choice goods.
Boggs & Buhl.
FTne watch repairing at Haueh's, lowest
prices No. 295 Fifth ave. wrsu
Natural Gas Bills Reduced 75 Per Cent.
O'Keeee Gas Appliance Co.,34 Fifth av.
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
(John 0'Conner.... Plttsburic
1 Mary Ashe -..Allegheny
MIchsel Schaff. S"85nr'
Lizzie Men - Pittsburg
J Anthony McWhnrter - E!SnrB
Haggle Davie - Pittsburg
I Charles A. Bill Ohio townsWD
J Elizabeth Snoop Ohio township
i Charles Brogl Allegheny
i Albertlna Probst Allegheny
(Edwin Gross Jicaier cuunjy
Mary Emerlck - Beaver county
(John O'Brien - Si!'?1"
I Mary Holland rittsbnrg
Michael Elworth - Elizabeth
Annie McNlel -. Elizabeth
5 Wadlslan S. KoU - Pittsburg
Anna Moslnska Pittsburg
(John Kenfer Koss township
Pauline Kruse Koss township
( Alexander Rankin Elizabeth
i Anna L. Young Elizabeth
George Winger ?"
Lizzie Ert AHegheny
(John Hohner South Fayette township
Mina Darman. South Fayette township
( Peter Jietz A!!e,r5en
I Kosalia Meczynska - Allegheny
(JohnThlesen - EJS"
J JeinimaLaughman PltUburg
(Grant H. Morrison Allegheny
J Mary A. Craney Pittsburg
( William Dunkley .....McKeesport
Annie V. Valentine ....McKeesport
(Thomas Uordon Pittsburg
(Kate Doran Sharpshurg
5 George S. Ash'worth EJ"s5nre
I Birdie Orr ....Pittsburg
i Edmund G. Edrlngton ..BewIcHey
I Jennie G. Anderson ...bewlckley
EDKINGTON ANDERSON. At St.
Stephen's Church, Wilklnsburg, Tuesday even
ing, November 5, by Iter. William Heakes,
Jennie G. Anderson to Edmund G. Ed
mngton. HABEUSHAM-STANTON-On Thursday,
October 31, at Governor's Island, New Yorft,
Bessie Babnes Stanton, youngest aanghter
or the late Edwin M. Stanton, to liAItRT B.
Habersham, of Baltimore.
BROOKS On Tuesday morning, November
6, at 2-20 o'clock, of diphtheria. Mart E., oldest
daughter of George W. and Mollle Brooks, and
granddaughter of Richard C. and Mary Brooks,
agea o years.
Funeral will take place from the residence of
her parents. No. 63 Bedford avenue, this
(Wednesday) moknino at 10 o'clock.
COLEMAN On Monday, November 4. 1SS9,
at 3 p. M., Richard B., only sou of James and
Margrett Coleman, aged 1 year and 11 months.
Funeral will take place from the residence of
his parents, Butler street Eighteenth ward,
near Sharpsbnrg bridge, on Wednesday, No
vember 6, at 2:30 P. M. Friends of the family
are respectfully invited to attend. 2
CAMPBELI-On Monday. November 1SS9,
at 6:30 p. M., JAMES H. CAMPBELL, in the luh
year of bis age.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend the funeral services at his late resi
dence, 392 Beaver avenue, Allegheny City, on
Wednesday at 10 a. x. Interment private.
FINDLEY At Roxabell, O.. Saturday, No
vember 2, Rev. SAMUEL FrNDLET, D.D., aged
HULTZ-On Saturday, November 2, 1889, at
230 p. si., Harbison Huxtz, aged 78 years.
Funeral on Wednesday, at 10 a. jl. from
his late residence, five miles out Southern
avenue. Baldwin township. Interment in
Bethel Cemetery. Carriages will leave Sem
mel rock's undertaking rooms, 1720 Carson
street, Soutbside, Pittsburg, at 830 A. at.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 3
JOHNSON At the Protestant Home for In
curables, Eighteenth ward, on Tuesday, No
vember 5, 1SS9, at 6-30 o'clock A. X.. Mrs.
Susan B Johnson, aged 66 years.
Funeral services at the Home on Thursday
horning at 930 o'clock.
KAY November 1889, at the Monongahela
House, Helen Wasben, wife of J. Conrad
Services and interment private this morn
ing at 11 o'clock from Samson's Chapel.
Friends will please omit flowers.
LAWRENCE SHAW Tuesday, Novem
ber 5, "by Rev. John Fox. Geoeqe R. Law
bence and Mabqabet W. Shaw.
POWELL On Monday, November 4, 1889, at
730 p. m., Richabd J. Powell, Youngest
child of Richard and Elizabeth Powell, aged 1
year 11 months 11 days.
Funeral services at the parents' residence,
Harrison street nesr Fiftieth street on
Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., LIm.,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1131 Penn aveme. Tele
phone connection. myl0-o9-MWFSu
JAMES M FULLERTON.
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Street.
For Most Exquisite Flowers,
GRAND DECORATIVE PLANTS, TREES
iiu.uua, LIU, UU TU
JOHN R. &A. MURDOCH,
508 Smithfield Street
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND SM1LAX
A. 3T. C J". B. MUMDOCH,
rr 1 n smithfield st. .
OXV Telephone 429. de5-f4xwJ
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Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
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WEDDING '- PRESENTS.
We have now in stock the largest assort
ment oT SOLID SILVER ARTICLES and
fine MANTEL and CABINET ORNA
MENTS that we have ever had. If you
are looking for a WEDDING PRESENT
we know we will have something to suit
yon at onr NEW STORE,
37 FIFTH AVENUE.
WATTLES & SHEAFER.
are of endless variety and choicest designs..
Lowell's, Blelow's, Hartford's and any other
good makes you can name.
English styles, the latest ideas, in any size
here, also Far Rugs.
Portieres and Poles are In endless variety and
challenge your admiration.
138 Federal and 46 South Diamond
Streets, Allegheny, Pa.
IT STILL LEADS
Portiere Bed at $12 00.
is giving all
somely draped, is a richer piece
of furniture than most heavy
wood front beds.
P. C. Schoeneck,
Complete stock of Furniture and
Upholstery now ready for inspec
Winter Boots in Pebbles,
either bright or somber
finish in uppers soles
flexible double or tap
fitting precise Every
width from AAA to E
Regular value, $i oo
above our price.
Market St,, Entrance 430-436.
Braddock House, 916 Braddock Ave.
Practically Taught at
49 FIFTH A.VE.
J-EVENING SESSIONa aul4-52W
ANCHOR REMEDY C0MFNY.
329 LIBERTY STREET.
Dyspepsia Remedy, Beef, Wine
and Iron, Beef, Wine Iron and
Cocoa. Cod Liver Oil Rininarllla.
iver Pills. Liniment, and extra lanre strength
ening plasters. We have thousands of testi
monials from people who have'used the
xion in au cases wnero the directions atftil
carefully followed jwl8.xwr.j
s m Ms !
onmm of filter
Latest Paris, London and New York
styles Trimrced Pattern Bonnets
and Hats, Untrimmed
Thursday : and : Friday,
NOV. 7 AND 8'.
I0ENE & WARD,
41 FIFTH AVE.
Crape and Nuns Veiling. Bon-
Veils furnished on short
DINARY PRICES FOR
To reduce stock we offer a
large number of patterns of
This off ering consists of ex
cellent patterns in the best
quality of Moquettes, and can
not last long, as soon as, this
unusual opportunity for house-
'keeperp becomes generally
Come early for a good choice.
Besides our regular line of Body
Brussels at 85c, we now offer a large
variety of handsome patterns and
colorings and best quality of Brom
ley, Lowell, Hartford and Bigelow
Also a good assortment of
33 FIFTH AVENUE.
HAVE RECEIVED THE
JOS. HOME & CO.
; ., 0038-45-Wflmfc-
B. & B.
Wednesdat, November 6.
and a royal
CAMEL'S -:- HAIR
We bought at a sacrifice $10
each for individual dress pat
terns $10 is the price half
their import value.
Another great bargain pur
chase is i case Check Dam
assee Suitings latest cloth
shades 42 inches wide, at the
remarkable price of 75 cents
BOGGS & BUHL,
115,117,119.121 Federal st., Allegheny.
Dress Goods Sale
To-Day (Monday Morning) Goods
Worth 75c, 85c and $1 for 49c Per
We are selling a better and
finer grade of Ladies' Cloaks
and Wraps at less money than
any other house in the city,
for instance our
Seal Plush Jackets at 8 67 HI 49.
Seal Plash Sacques at !15 98 20 00.
Seal Plush Wraps at 9 60-415 00.
Every one sold with a full guarantee to give
perfect satisfaction. Our line of Cloth Gar
ments are worth your while to see, whether
you purchase or not.
Our Untrimmed Millinery
Stock is celebrated for the
newest of shapes, the richest
of colors, the best of quali
ties and the most moderate of
prices. In feathers we show
Black Ostrich Tips.
Black Ostrich Plumes.
Colored Ostrich Tips. '
Colored Ostrich Flumes.
Birds of Paradise.
Aigrettes of every Color.
Pompons, all Shades.
Black Birds and
Parrots and Wings.
In Trimmed Millinery we
show the latest and most
novel ideas in Hats, Bonnets
and Turbans an innumer
able variety of styles and all
at our famous low prices.
(Millinery Parlors second floor.)
Sixth St. and Penn Ave,
FUR SHOULDER OAPES
In Seal, genuine Sahle, Astrachan. Persian
Lamb, Lynx and all kinds of fur. We would
call attention to our genuine ASTRACHAN
CAFE at 312 and real SABLE CAPE at (83.
Onr stock of Seal Jackets, Sacques, Muffs,
etc., is also very large and complete. Onrprices
are the LOWEST for BEST QUALITIES.
441 WOOD STREET,
N. B. We are now showing our latest Ira.
portatlons of LADIES' ENGLISH WALK
ING HATS, in All the new shades to match
Raislnr, Prunes, Nuts. Erapor-
atcd Peaches, Apricots,
New Orleans MO-
4tv3T " t JL
BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
' 406 and 408 Wood Street.
THAN EVER. .
The biggest Bargains in the city of Pittsburg
are to be had here. Everyone that buys' there
once conies again and sends his friends. You
get more than your money's worth each and
READ THE LIST.
COO decorated splash mats, only fie.
100 Bllrerene child's table tray, with spring;
600 Holland window curtains, with fixtures,
300 6-1 1. curtain poles, brass trimmings, only
100 tubular lanterns, only 23c
ft 00 pitchers In bronze and silver, tl to C 60.
Elegant statues, Imitation of Rogers', 60c to
Bronze statues, assorted styles, 1 to S3.
Ladies' lined work baskets, 50c to S3.
60 different styles waste baskets, 25c to S3.
Children's chairs 25c, 60c, JL
Dolls' chairs, high chairs, bedsteads and
cradles. 25c to $L
Willow doll carnages, 38c, 60c, fU C
Children's toy tea sets, decorated, 10c, 19c, 38c,
Silk plash albums, only 60c
Odor sots, with perfumery, only 10c
, Plash autograph albums, only 10c.
.beautiful dolls, from 6c to 110.
Vases of every description, from 6c to S3.
10-piecs decorated 1
I toilet i
t set. only 1 75.
wvpieca aecoratea tea set, onl
103-piece decorated dinner set
Handled cuds and sancdrs. on
1 tea set
only $8 SO.
Dinner plates, only 5c.
Plain tnmhlera. onl v 1r
Plain tumblers, only 2c.
White fruit dishes, new st
Glass bntter dishes, only 6c.
Wash tubs, all sizes. 10c ta 75c.
Wash bowls and pitchers, only 7Se,
60 doz. engraved decanters, only 10c.
And many other wondsrful bargains that
can't be itemized here. Great bargains opening
every day on our 5c and 10c counters.
H. G. HAYDEN & CO.
Grand Double Opening
MILLINERY AND CLOAKS.
Finest Display of the Season.
Don't ml teeing our
Replete with all that Is seasonable and stylish
in Huffs, Stoles, Boas and Capes.
ODE NEW COOK BOOK, 25c.
Fleishman & Co.,
N. B. Dolls given away to all purchasers in
our Infant Department for' FOUR DAYB
Broom Manufacturers Supplies
ROBERT DICKEY & CO,
77 WATER ST. AND 98 FIRST AVE.
Telephone 168. S23-31-XWT
HERE WE COME
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Announcing; a grand Clearance Sale of everything in Hm
House Furnishing line. There are a great many tWngfffl
our floors that must be gotten rid of before the hdlidayspSl
for the next 60 days we are going to make the fur fly onl
sides, and not only the fur, but
bargains now to be found on our
cannot be produced by any house in the city. Genumefallj
wool Ingrains at 50c per yard,
ever heard of the like before?
Tapestry Brussels at proportionately low figures.
1,000 Pairs of Lace Curtains
at about half price. You will
time if you miss this sale. Another carload of our famous
$18 Antique Chamber Suits just arrived. These gO very
fast and if you want one of them come early. We are sfiowl
ing OVER 200 STYLES OF
You can save about 25 per cent
will deliver them at any time and
goods cannot be equaled for design and cheapness.
HOPPER BROS. & CO.,
THE ONLY COMPLETE
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE,
BBTWEEN THIKD AND FOURTH AYv. '
- BeSweyos Cretin, Onr ISt?o
Extra Bargains in Suits
. .. . .. i
lor Cnudren, Suits
T- .-.., V
jsoys, suits ior men.
Recent larcre nnrcnases at-ven '
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extraordinary inducements ' In'
Suits of all styles and sizes. '
One and two-piece. Kilt Suits,
sizes from 2 to 6 years, prices now.
82 60, 82 75, 83, 83 50, 83 75 and? V3
line of Kilt Suits in the two cities.
and tasteful and economical
mothers will find no difficulty la
selecting therefrom, "'-
Boys' Short-Pant Suits, sizeal
from 4 to 15 years, prices n-omj8a, ,
piolr? flnlfa rrru-ul -ftlT alrtVI nrui. '
and sold earlier at 93 25 NOW?-;
ONLY 82 75. Also an all-woold
double breasted Suit at $4 50; un) 1
excelled ior quality or wear. , 1
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unenots, uasmmeres ana wors-.s
teds, in Sacks and Cutaways, we
are offering unapproachable values "S
at 88, 89, $10, 811 and $12. You
will readily note the Bnrjeriority of J
all our garments in fit and style oj
Taflors, Clotliiers and Hatters,
161, 163 Federal St, AUeghegvl
We are determined to close daUl
our entire stock by December, and!
for this purpose have marked!
everything away below the actual J
value. Piano Extension LampsSSj
different patterns; Library, Bans
quet and Vase Lamps, elegant de5
signs; Tea, Dinner and Chamber
Sets, large variety; Bric-a-Brao
from all the renowned potteriea;
Onyx and Bronze Tables, Pedestal
and Easels; Cuspidores, Umbrella
Stands, Vestibule Seats and Iiawrl
Vases, Gas Fixtures, Bronzestand.
Clocks, Pine Cut Glass, Weddins
Anniversary and Holiday Gifts hl
THE J. P. SMITH
Lamp, Glass & China Cn,
935 Penn AvMe.
Between Ninth and Tenth St&l
P. S. Our assortment of Gas 1x-a
tures being depleted, will cloB9jo5j
the balance at less than valuaS
PHOTOGRAPHER. M HTXTTr I
A fine, largo crayon portrait ft 6B; tNttai
beforo ordering elsewhere. Cahiaeta, aal
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Xj. OliESXSTKASfP & SOX;
Manufacturers of STJPEBIOB CAJnI
KIAU.es of all the latest styles.
For elegance and durability the GUM
JfrJ tv a ivi r uuauh. has no equalj
Salesrooms, 313 and 330 Penn avea."i
No connection with any other carriage i5Jl
to the FRONi
the WOOL as well, for'tSSl
and we guarantee them. Wfl
also at 55c and 60c, andjR51
miss the chance of your, lifeq
FANCY ROCKERS suit
by purchasing now, andl
place you desire. Theiil
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