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TALK OF THE TICKET.
WliatSome Well-Known Pittsburgers
Think of the Xomisation.
NEARLY ALL SEEM SATISFIED.
Republicans Consider tt a Weak 1 iclcet and
Lxpect to Win.
DEMOCRATS CONFIDENT OF SUCCESS
The people who went to bid at a late
hour on Wednesday night were satisfied
that the Democratic Convention at Chicago
would not nominate a candidate for Presi
dent. But there were other people who had
faith that the convention would not adjourn
without making a nomination, and it was
thev who sat in Iront of the newspaper
offices until broad daylight. "Their patience
wa rewarded by the announcement
that Clevelaud had been nominated.
A patient crowd it was, for
during all the -lone; hours of the night
when the Democraer in the Chicago Wig
wam were listening to the nominating
speeches, they sat or stood watching the
bulletin boards. When the States were
being called to make known their prefer
ence lor President, the sleepy crowds
awakened and frequent cheen stirred the
air. The filial announcement of the nom
ination ol Cleveland had hardly the effect
of stirring up much enthusiasm there were
a few cheers, and then the tired and sleepy
patriots went home.
The session of the convention yesterday
attracted but little interest in Pittsburg.
The only comment was upon the nomina
tion of Adlai Stevenson for the second po
sition on the ticket, the idea being that
Governor Gray, of Indiana, would receive
Vt liy Gray Lost His Clianc-.
Old politicians, however, agreed that the
adjournment of the convention settled
Goernor Gray's chances. They agreed,
though, that had the convention taken up
the question of a nominee for the Vice
Presidency after the nomination of Cleve
land, Gray would have been the lucky man.
What some well-known Pittshurgers have
to sav upon the Democratic ticket is given
William Witlierow (ltep.) I consider the
Democratic nomination most satisfactory
lor the Republican party. Tlie nominee
lias the aggressive antagonism of the
strongest taction In the Democratic party.
ana this alone Is enough to prac
tically assure Republican victory.
31 r. Cleveland was tried by Tammany
once before, and as for benefiting or assist
ing the members of that powerful organiza
tion he proved a most lamentable failure,
and they will let things co by the board. A
campaign is an expensive luxury when the
indulgers fail to receive any benefit theie
from, and the Tammanyites are not the men
to give something for nothing. On the other
hand, the Hepublicans, while they lament
the failure to put Blaine at the head of the
ticket, are too shrew d pblitically to permit
their peisonal grievances o interlere with
the Miccess ui the party, and will work dili
gently and faithfullv to elect their candi
date. .1. W. Montgomery, fltep.) The fac
tional fight in the Democratic party wilt, in
my estimation, at least, counteiact" anidif
feiences of opinion among Hepublicans to
sncli an extent that Harrison will bo elected
ithcae I think Harrison will carrv the
State of Xew York with scarce an effort. I
am plea.cri, from a Republican standpoint
with the Democratic nomination.
Cleveland a Strong Man.
James B. Scott (Hep.) Cleveland is with
out doubt the strongest m in tho party could
nominate, but 1 have little hesitancy In pre
dicting a great success for Harrison and tho
llcpublican party at the coming election.
1!. C Wilson (I'ep.) Cleveland is strong,
but Hanison is stronger with the voters of
. the country, and I piedict a victory for him
from Maine to California.
J. D. Scully (Dem.) The nomination is the
strongest that could be made, and I believe
Cle eland will be elected by a large ma
jority. B. P. Jones, of Jones & Laughlin, and ex
Chaimian or the Republican .National Com
mittee, said that he was glad that Cleveland
had been nominated, and that tho Demo
crats hid adopted n free tmoo plank in their
platfoun. "For the fir-t time," said ho, "the
Democratic party had come out openly for
free trade. The people know just exactly
where it stands, and will be able to govern
themselves accoidingly. The Democratic
party has declared In tavor ot throwing the
gates wide open and giving loieign manu
facturers the light to send their products
into this country free of duty, thus enabling
them to compete with manufacturers ot the
United States. The question lias been
brought squarely to an issue, and
no woikman who has his future welfare at
heal t will vote to place himself in the posi
tion now occupied by the poorly paid em
ployes of foreign manufacturers. The in
ertion of tho free trade plank in the Dem
ocratic plattoi in is a good thing for the Re
publican j .arty.
Harrison Will Easily Win.
State Treasurer Morrison said that if
Cleveland couldn't win with all the national
officeholders and Tammany at his back, lie
would surely have little chance next No
vember. John Knnis (Dem.) remarked that Cleve
land would be licked out of his boots,
thougn he would, as a good Democrat, vote
Thomas J. Keenan (Dem.) believed that
Cleveland would be elected by a lar.ro ma
jority, and that berore election day all the
taction-, in Xew York would be concil'ated.
Kx-Councilnian 1. M. Carr (Dem.) Well,
there's not much of a choice for us Demo
crats. Cleveland is not much more ot a
Democrat than Harrison, only a little more
on the free trade line. Xew Tork won't
support him and he can't be elected
Dr. Johuson, of Etna (Dem.) lam glad to
hae another opportunity to vote for the
great tariff reforniei. He is to my mind the
greatest man in the country, is stronger
than be was lour years ago, and will suiely
be elected this fall.
Mayor Gourlej There is no doubt but
that Cleveland is the strongest man In the
Democratic party, and they showed their
wisdom b naming him. He will give Har
lison a hard fight, but I believe reciprocity
will elect llRlTiunn tii.virthpliGu
George Miller, Secretary Republican Conn- I
.. v..u.u.....u ...v. c. MBH UiltO glrjl
us an easy maik. We will Imvp no more
trouble in defeating Grover thi? year than
we had lour jears ago. I predict Harrison's
majority in the State this lall will be 100,030.
Chief llronn-1 have no more desire to
see Mr. Cleveland President than 1 did lour
or eight years ago. The poonle o: this conn
ti j- want a safe, conservative government-no
radical changes no tariff reform nonsense.
I can't see upon what grounds tlieDemocrats
base their claim that Cleveland will be
elected. Kour yeaisaio, with the national
patronage at his command, with all the ad
vantages that gives, and with th name of
being the first Democrat elected inn quar
ter of a century, Cleveland was defeated.
W hat has he done in years to Rtreiu'thnn
him? How can he hope to win with the
conditions transposed? Harrison, with the
officeholders at his back, and the Democrats
ot New Yoik against him, Mr. Cleveland
w ill pass into oblivion after next Xovember.
One Vy to Look at It.
B. C. Christy (Rep ) It is a peculiar fact
that the Republicans of the South, who
can't elect anybody, nominated Harrison,
while the Democrats or the South, who
represent solid States.nomlnated Cleveland.
)ou can guess tho result.
J. J. Miller (Dem.) Cleveland is the best
man the party could have selected and is
sure to win against such n ticket as Hani
son andltcid. Every advantage is with us
this time. Clc eland is the logical candi
date. He rai-ed the Democratic party to
the enthusiastic place it holds to-day by
giving it an l'.sue. l lie people Know nut In
him they will find a thoroughly honest,
capable and patriotic man. They know that
under lus administration no business in
terest will suffer. Tho policy of the Demo
cracy is ri lit because It is honest. Cleve
land will carry Xew York. The Indiana
man will cairy his own state and we will get
nine votes Irom Michigan. There is a strong
opportunity for carrying some of the
cstern and Xorthwesfern States.
John K. Large (Dem.) Never liked Clove
land very much, but lie is sure to win this
William nuntcr (l)cm.) In spite of Hill's
solid vote, Cleveland will carry Xew York
and will bo the next President. If Cleve
land can't win this time, there never will be
a time when lie can.
William Reardon (Dem.) Cleveland can
not be beaten, lie is right on the two great
questions money and tariff. This is a year
tor the Democrats to win.
In speaking of the ticket n. W. Hartman
said he believed it an alien combination from
first to last, and quoted from a late .English
letter: "The American branch of the work'
will not be built this season. They will
nwait tho result of your elections, as will
several other proposed American factories.
If the Democrats elect their President we
will keep all these good tliings-at home."
"On the whole," concluded the Ellwood
magnate "it is going to be a struggle of the
greatest importance to American manufact
urer and workingmen."
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depressed condition of the system resulting
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Genuine unadulterated lager beer Is manu
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Our Next President, StaJp Our Next President,
HARRISON 0- CLEVELAND?
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Daisy and Violet Wreaths, formerly 25 c, only 10c.
75 boxes Imported Wreaths, formerly sold at $1.25 and
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12 boxes extra fine Imported Wreaths reduced from $1.50
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100 boxes Monture Sprays, newest; prettiest and most
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We have purchased a large lot of Straw and La:e Hats,
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Odd Milan Hats, heretofore sold at $1.35, $i.5o,only 50c.
New Sailor Hats, more fashionable' than ever, at 2c, 50c,
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1,000 Trimmed Sailor Hats, worth 50c, reduced to 15a
.200 Misses' Trimmed Leghorn Hats, marvelous for beauty
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2 lots Trimmed Hats first is at $3, only $1.85; the other
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Will be continued until 10 o'clock
200 pieces latest style Polka Dot
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GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Fine Rowing Shirts, regular price each $2.50 at. . . . $1.00
Fine Bowing Shirts, regular price $2.60, at 1.00
Fine Gvmuasium Shirts and pants, regular price
eachSiSO, at : .'.... 2.00
Bicycle Pants, regular price $4, at. 2.00
.Fine Madras Oxford Shirts, beautiful patterns, all
new styles, .regular price $1.50, at 1.25
Fine Madras Negligee Shirts, choice patterns, regu
lar price $1.25 at ". 98o
Fine Cheviot Shirts, regular price SI, al. 85c
Flannelette Shirts, regular price 50c, at 35o
Good Xieht Shirts," regular price 50c, at 38o
The celebrated "Star" Shirts, laundered, sizes 15J,
16, 16U, regular prices $1.50 and $2, at 1.00
One lot dollar Shirts slightly soiled, at 68c
Medium weight Undershirts, reduced from50o.... 25c
One lot Balbriggan Undershirts, short sleeves,
sizes 40, 42 and 44, reduced from 50c to 25c
English Half Hose, regular made, gusseted, worth
25c, at : 12ic
Initial Handkerchiefs, worth 18c, at 12c
Colored Bordered Handkerchiefs, worth 12c, at.. 8o
One lot Scarfs, reduced from 25c to 12c
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Our trade and we Guarantee our goods by'
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Patented and leiristered March 24, 1891, are
the only known "Crystal Bnlliants. l'rices
RINGS, $4 50 to $18.
feTUDS. $2 75 to $10.
KAKDKOPS. $4 50 to $15.
On account of the immense number or con
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test until July 1.
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65 -b3L Aire.
Our Illustrated Catalogue mailed fiee.
Children's Colored Bordered Handkerchiefs, worth
Ladies' Colored Bordered Hemstitched Handker
chiefs, worth 7c, only
Ladies' Hemstitched Initial Handkerchiefs, worth
Ladies' Embroidered, Scalloped and Lace Edge
Handkerchiefs, worth 15c, only
Ladies' Colored Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, worth
feoccipytliG entire Milfli
Clothing on Credit!
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LADIES' CLOAKS & JACKETS,
. Watches & Jewelry,
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TERMS: One-third of the am cront purchased
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4-button Suede Kid Gloves, worth $1
8-button length Mousquetaire Kid Gloves, worth
Black Lace Mitts, worth 20c. 10c
Black Silk Jersey Mitts, worth 25c 18e
Black Silk Jersey Mitts, worth 50c 40c
Extra Long SilkMitts, black and evening shades,
worth $L 68o
Extra quality Silk Gloves, worth 65c... 41o
CHILDREN'S SUMMER UNDERWEAR.
Children's Gauze Vests, all sizes, regular price
12Kc, at 15c
Children's Fine Bibbed Vests, high necked and low
sleeves, of the celebrated American Hosiery Co.,
reduced from 75c to 50c
Children's Pepperell Jean Drawers, in sizes 24 and
26 only, reduced from 75c to. 15c
Lawn Mowers, 12 inches, warranted steel knives, at $3.98
"Window Screens, frames 19c
Screen Boors, all sizes, at reduced prices.
Fly Fans, every one warranted 1.98
Fly Traps,' wire or glass 1 18c
Cherry Seeders 48c
Ice Chests, medium sizes , 4.95
Garden Sets, complete. .'. 15c
Gas Stoves 45c
Jelly Tumblers, with tin tops 3c
Lemon Squeezers... ......... . 5o
Lemonade Straws, per package .-... 10c
OH Stoves, best in the market. 59c
Van's Boot Beer, 3 bottles for 25c
LADIES' APRONS AND WAISTS.
"White Lawn .Aprons, with lace and embroidery,
worth 35c. 21c
"White Lawn Aprons, Hemstitched and lace
trimmed, worth l'Jc . '12KC
three plaits in front,
worth 50c 25c
Percale Waists, extra quality for the price, worth
G3c. : 42c
"White Lawn Aprons, lace trimmed, wortb15c.
Calico Waists, light colors,
LACES, AND EMBROIDERIES.
Children's Hemstitched Swiss Embroidered Skirt
ing, worth 50c, only.... 25c
Ladies' Hemstitched Swiss Embroidered Skirting
"worth 60c, only'. "25o
Demi Flounce, Point de Irlande Lace, worth 50:,
Extra wide Torchon Lace, worth 15c, only 10c
Brown Bibbed Hose, full regular, sizes 6 to 8,
worth 25c 10c
"Block Bibbed Hose, worth 25o 12'c
Black Hflse.regnlar made, worth 25c 19c
Black "Onyx" Hose, worth 40o 29c
Black Lisle Hose, guaranteed stainless, spliced
knees and soles, worth 63c 48c
4-button Kid Gloves, worth 85c 68c
Colored Silk Taffeta Gloves, worth 35c . , 25c
Black Pure Silk Gloves, worth 63c 48c
Extra quality Black Taffeta Gloves, worth 50c ' 39c
Lace Mitts, black and colors, worth 18c 10c
Silk Jersey Mitts, worth 25c 19c
Balbriggan Hose, seamless, worth 15c 10c
Fancy Hose, black boots, worth 18c 12KC
Black Bibbed Hose, worth 25o 18c
Black "Onyx" Hose, full regular, worth 25c 19o
Black Bichelieu Bibbed Hose, Hermsdorf and
Onyx dyes, worth 38c 25c
Fine Lisle Hose, plain and fancv, worth 50c 42c
Black Silk Plated Hose, worth 75c 50o
LADIES' SUMMER UNDERWEAR.
Bibbed Vests, in pink, blue and cream, worth 18c. . 10c
Bibbed Vests, ecru only, worth 25c 18o
Extra quality Vests, Egyptian cotton, worth 40c. . . 25c
Fancy Lisle Vests, assorted colors,regular price 63c 48c
Silk Vests, low neck and sleeveless, in black,
cream, pink and blue, regular price $L 75c
Silk Vests, extra quality, regular price 5L25 98c
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Muslin Chemise, beautifully embroidered, worth
$1.25 A.. 75o
Plain Muslin Chemise, corded bands, extra sizes,
worth 75c , , 55c
Fine Cambric Drawers, trimmed with Toichon
lace, worth $1.25 75a
Fine Muslin Drawers, wide embroidery, cluster of
tUcks, worth$1.50. '. 98o
Cambric Nightgowns, beautifully embroidered,
worth $2 , fl.25
Muslin Corset Covers, high neck, worth 18c 9c
Muslin and Cambric Corset Covers, trimmed with
embroidery, worth 50e 25c
Fine Cairfbric Corset Covers, beautifully embroid-
ered, worth $1.50........ 75c
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Infants' Mull Caps, worth 20c 5c
Infants' Cambric Slips, trimmed with embroidery,
worth 50c 25o
Children's Lawn Gamps, sizes 2 to 6, worth $1 50c
Children's Cambric Gamps, embroidered yoke,
worth $1.38 75c
Infants' Short Dress, tucked yoke, worth jl.25. . . . 98o
Infants' Bubber Diapers, worth 25c . . . t 15c
Pocket Fans, in black, red and tan, worth'15c, only 8c
Children's Feather Fans, in red, blue, pink, white
and cream, worth 38c, only 21c
Fine Black Satin Fans, worth 75o, only 44c
Black Satin Fans, beautifully painted, worth $1,
only , 69c
Silk Gauze Fans, in black, white, Ted, pink, old
gold and slate, worth $1, only 65o
Summer Corsets, never sold under $0c 35c
Ladies' Hand-Sewed Corsets, in white, drab, cream
and gold, worth 50c 25c
Ladies' French "Woven Corsets, embroidered busts,
sizes 29 and 30, worth"75c 25c
Ladies' Genuine 500-Bone Corsets, sizes 18, 25, 26,
27, 28, 29 and 30, worth $1 25 58o
Misses' Corded Corsets, all sizes, worth 50c 25c
Leather Belts, strong and serviceable, worth 15c,
only ,., lOo
Fine Leather Belts, worth 35c, onl. 19c
Extra fine Leather Belts,, regular price 65c, only. . . 43c
NOTIONS & SMALL WARES.
Good Stockinette Dress Shields, worth 10c 5c
Good Stockinette Dress Shields, large size, w'thl2c 8c
Black Skirt Braid, worth 5c 2a
Covered Dress Stays, worth 15c a dozen 9c
Covered Dress Stays, worth 8c a dozen. 4c
Good quality Belting, worth 25c apiece. 15c
Taffeta Ribbon, worth 18c apiece. 12c
.Darning Cotton, worth 10c a dozen 5c
'Good Cotton Elastic, worth 8c a yard 4o
Best English Pins, worth 10c 5o
Initials for Marking; Linen, 3 dozen on a card, worth
10c a card 3c
Cotton Corset Laces, worth 8r & dozen 4c
Dexter's Knitting Cotton, 200 yards on ball, worth
8c a ball 5c
Shoe Buttons, worth lOcagross 5c
Hook and Eye Tape, worth 15c a yard 6c
Hooks and Eyes, 2 dozen oi card, "worth 3c a card. . lc
Corset Clasps. -?-oc 4c
Misses' Side Sucporters. worth 10c ..... 5c
English's Best Needles, worth 5c a, paper 3c
uood lilacK bUK isuttonnoie Twist
Lindsay's Sat etv Pins, worth 5c a dozen
Commo'nsense Hair Crimpers, worth 5c a dozen..
Good Shoe Laces, worth 5c a dozen
Celluloid Thimbles, worth 4c
Tape Measures, worth 5c , ,
Turkish Wash Bags, worth 3c
Turkish "Wash Bags, worth 5c
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taking advantage of this special
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1,000 Pairs Men's Fine CnstGff ae
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Tinsel Embroiders, regular price 3c a ball, only... lo
Loraine Cushions, stamped, regular price 10c, only. 5c
Stamped Cotton Splashers, 27x17 inches, regular
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Stamped Linen Tray Covers, 27x18 inches, regular
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Stamped Drill Table Covers, 27x27 inches, reg
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Gobelin Squares, regular price 60c, only ... A 35c
Stamped Drill Table Covers, 36x36 inches, regular
price 38c, onlv 19c
Children's Stamped Bibs, regular price 10c, only... 4c
Children's extra fine Linen Bibs, regular price 15c,
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, Columbia German town Wool, regular price 25c a
' cut, only 19c a cut, or per pound $1.50
Worsted Lambrequin, fringed, regular price 50c,
One lot Silk Cord reduced from 18c a yard to. 5s
One lot Silk Cord reduced from 8c a yard to. lc
One lot Chenille Cord reduced from 16c a yard to. . 5c
Beat Irish Stramore ArkThread, regular price 50c
perdozen, only 30c
Best quality Crochet Silk, all colors, regular price
35c a ball, only 29c
Best quality Boman Floss, regular price 50o dozen
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Best quality English Twisted Embroidery Silk,
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Best Filo Selle Silk, regular price 50c a dozen
skeins, only.-. 35c
Best quality Bope Silk, regular price 50c a dozen
skeins, only 35c
Best Ecclesiastical Silk, tegular price 50c a dozen
skeins, onlv 35c
Best quality Embroidery on spools, regular price
12c a dozen, oily 8c
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