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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, IFRIDAY. OTOBER 28, 1892.
'AFARKAY OF FIGURES
""That ProTes How Kapidly the
riale Industry Is Growing.
iLEEADT A G00D-S1ZED 1BPAKT.
Epedal ipent Ajers' Peport That Will Open
Terr Many Ejes
TO TDE IMPORTANCE OP TJIK IKDDSTRI
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Washington, Oct. 27. Special Agent
Jra Ayers, in a report to the Secretary of
the Treasury relative to the production of
tin and terne plates in the United States
during the quarter ended .September SO,
1S92, and the present state of the industry,
Thirty-two firms produced 10,932,723 pounds
or tin and terne plate proper, agalnt 26,922
pounds produced by five firms durlns the
same quarter of the last fiscal year.tue pro
duction of the entire year hartngbeen 13,616,
719 pounds, or the total production for the
quarter B.920.0S2 pounds, or more than M por
cent, wero made from American black
plates; 3,611,367 pounds, or about one third of
the whole, were Drighttln plates, of which
2,337,036 pounds, or more than 92 per cent,
weie ot tho lighter class or piatos men
tioned iu the law; 7,341,353 pounds w ere terne
plates, ot which more than 93 per cent be
longed to tho lighter class.
Compared w ith the first quarter of the last
fiscal year the number of linns encaged in
the miuiutucture was more than six times
as great, the amount ot tin and terne plates
made was more than 13 times as great, and
the amount of American black plates used
in t lie manufacture was about eight times
nscrear. Tho latio of incicaso in the pro
duction of bright tin plates was as 1 to 23
and of terne piatos as 1 to.ll.
Production Way Up In the Tons.
The amount of American sheet iron and
steel made into articles and wares tinnod or
tcrne-coatcd d urine the past quarter war, at
a moderate ostimate, based on the sworn re
turns of stamping companies and others
during the last fiscal year, and such returns
received to date for the present quarter,
1.240,000 pounds. This makes the total pi o
duction during the Quarter of tin and terne
plates, within the meaning of tho law, 12,
On the basis of this output the production
for the present fiscal year would be about
M.0O0.COJ pounds, but when it is considered
that the growth of the Industry during the
last fiscal year was so rapid as to make the
total production for the year more than 16
times as much as that of the first quarter, it
will not be regarded as presumptuous to as
sume tbatthe estimated production of 100,000
000 pounds for present fiscal year, heretolore
made, is now practically assured. Should
the same rate ot increase continue it would
give a production during the present fiscal
year ot 175,000.000 pounds, and an annual rate
oi production at me onu oi me year oi more
than 400,000,000 pounds, instead of 200,000,000
pounds, as heretofore estimated.
More Figures That Are Convincing.
In my report of August 15, 1S92, it was
shown that 11,124,731 pounds of American
plates wee used iu the production of tin and
terne plates during tbe'last fiscal year, 9,296,
653 pounds of w hlch cnteied Into the manu
factuie of tin and terne plates proper. The
total production on this account, during the
3 ear, was about twelve times as great as
that of the first quarter. With the same
rate of increase continued tho production of
the present fiscal year would be more than
70,090, 00J pounds, and of the fiscal ear end
ing June 3J, ISM, mora than SuO.OOO.OJO
It would seem entirely within the range
of probability that duiing the fiscal year
ending June 30, ltoi, which will be the third
year tint the law w ill have been in force,
the United Mates w ill produce an amount
of tin and tcrnu plates equal to its own con
sumption, neatly all of which will be made
from American black plates.
Ilrlatn e to prices of plates, I respectfully
invito your attention to a letter received
under date of the 20:h inst. from 1LR. Demilt
& Co , of this city, iinportcis and dealers In
tin plates, metals, etc. From this letter it
appears that on September 3't, 1892, tho piice
iu Xcw York of English tin plates.wholesalo
from store, 14 by 20 regular, 112 sheets, weigh
ing 10S pounds, was $5 37 per box, against
$5 45 for the corresponding dnte in 1S91, nnd
V5 50 for tho corresponding date in 1890.
which was nine months beloro the picscnt
law went into effect.
Itepreserjtativo Brands of Flateg.
These prices were for the. usual represent
ative brands of coke plates, snch as aro gen
erally n'ed for canning and cheap tinware,
viz., "the "J. B," "Grafton," "Glyn," etc.
Amencan tin plates of the same grade as
tho above weie quoted to the firm about
September 30, 1892, by several American
manufacturers whose names are given in
tho letter, at from $5 25 to $5 35 f. o. b. at
As to the quality of American black plates
and tin plates, it seems to be universally
conceded that they ai o equal if not superior
to foreign. Keiative to the question of
wages, theie has also been much interest,
nnd I beg to submit upon this point tho fol
low ing figures, wilch were furnished to ino
under date of September SO, 1&1, by the
courtesvof John Jariett, Secretaiy of the
American Tinned Plato Manufacturers' As
sociation of the United States, and which he
vouches for as absolutely correct. The fig
ures, which are taken irom tho lists of the
woiking men's trades organizations, repre
sent the average wages paid in England and
the United States, in tho rolling mills and
other departments of tin plnte manufacture.
Tho Figures According to Jarrett.
England. United States,
Heater S 1-10
Douulir. 5 3-10
l"wo openers. 4S.
Cold roiling IS
Annealing 2 1-29
"W ashuiau, 6
Three rubber 1W
Three dustira 1H
In the United Slates shearmen pay openers.
An Excellent Increase for Wage Workers.
From the foregoing it will be seen that
the average of wages paid in the rolling
mill work in this country is ircm two to
three times as great as in England, ana in
the finishing or tinning department about
two times a great. As to the aggregate of
wages that the establishment of the indus
try will bring to American workmen the
case may be put as lollows:
It is probable, owing to the natural in
crease in the amount used and the stimulus
given to its consumption as a domestic
product, that the United States will con
sume, two years hence, nt the rate of
7,000,000 boxes a year. Assuming that the
average value of tin plates of all grades at
that time will be ?5 a box, the value
of the entire yearly product would then
be 535,000,000. It is stated on high
authority that at least 80 per cent of this
amount would represent wages, the remain
der representing tbe value of raw materials
in the earth, interest on capital invested,
jirofits, etc This would mean wages to
American workmen, as a result of the estab
lishment of the industry in this country,
amounting to from f 28,000,000 to 530,000,000
Crockery, Glassware and Lamps.
Our entire $60,000 stock, damaged by fire,
water nnd smoke, must bo closed out at
once, and now is a raro chance to get bar
gams in bric-a-brac, dinner sets, chamber
sets, lamps, etc Everything nurted away
down ror tills salo. as goods must go to
make room for new stock. Como early.
T. G. Lvans Co.,
Third and Market.
Bargains In Linens.
Wo offer to-day. at greatly reduced prices,
a lot or very Aim imported hemstitched
rets. A rare chance to buy tine goods at low
figures. J os. Jtor.sE & Co.'s
Penn Ave. Stores.
Tn o Toned riateans.
The lato-t and prettiest effect in millinery.
Coun-iuid see. E. S.Giles,
92, 94 aad 9G Federal street, Allegheny.
Don't Take tho KIsk
Of Are or thieves, but keen vonr valnabla
papers, bonds, etc, in the sate deposit vaults
Af thn Vti m.1.g' riftnrtrflt' V.IIiiibI Tfnnl. ft
or the Farmers'
Deposit National Bank, 66
ltoxcs tented at t5 a year
Children's Ribbed Hose.
Something special in all-wool stockings at
I5a omo and see. E. S. Giles,
B2, 94 and ss t edcrai street, Allegheny.
MILLEB HANIZ-8 DAHAQS CASE
Carried to the Ohio Court of Appeals by the
Columbus, O., Oct. 27 ISptcUL The
case of the Pittsburg and Lake Erie Ball
road Company against Miller Mantz, error
to the Circuit Court of Mahoning county,
was argued to-day in the Supreme Court by
Youngstown legal talent Mantz, a con
ductor, was injured May 21, 1890, by
jumping from his train near Aliquippa
station, in apprehension of a rear-end col
lision. He recoveted 4,000 from the com
pany, which appeals on tne claim that neg
ligence on the part of the company was not
established by the testimony, which showed
that th train riiraiieher had warned him
to look out for the other train, which had
13 minutes' start and was a mile ahead.
It was claimed that Man t had worked for
the company a long time, and was supposed
to have a knowledge of the rules and cus
toms of thu omcials in dispatching trains.
Further, it was in evidence that the com
pany has a system of regulating speed and
governing the running of inferior trains.
Mantz was on an inferior or extra train, and
it was his business to keep on the lookout
He jumped before there was any immediate
danger, and It was insisted that he would
not hare been hurt if he had remained on
the train, as he was the only one of the
Gas Bates Go Up at Braddock.
Beaddock, Oct 2a SwrfaL The
Philadelphia Gas Company gave notice to
day ot a reduction of discount to all con
sumers, from 20 to 10 per cent, to take effect
November 1. There is general dissatis
faction over the new departure.
A Donble-Barreled Prevention Society.
Bethlehem, Pa, Oct 27. A society
has been'formed here for the prevention of
robin shooting and of starting forest fires.
The society offers ?25 reward for informa
tion leading to the conviction of either
class of offenders.
825,000 WORTH OF UNDERWEAB
To Be Sold During the Next Two Days
Direct From the Factory to the People
F. C. C. C, Clothiers.
If you'have not bonght your underwear
come and see us. Koir is the time to save 75
per cent on your underwear. Last month
wo placed enormous orders for all the fine
grades with II. 15. Claflin Co., the largest
concern In the world. They control hun
dreds of mills, and the goods were ordered
shipped direct iiom tne factory to our store.
This big underwear stock Is ci on ding in
upon us and Is tobe sold. During the next two
dars, Friday and Saturday, we will give tho
peoole the biggest bargains in underwear
they ever saw or heard of. Bead the prices
for Friday and Saturday:
Men's iri-uv natural wool underwear, all
sizes of shirts and drawers; worth 75e,at only 1
Men's striped, fancy and clouded under
w ear. such as always bell at 85c. go lor 42c.
Men's full regular made knitted shirts and
drawers, such as you pay $1 and $1 25 lor, go
Scarlet underwear at remarkably low
Jlen's fanttorr wool shirts and drawers,
worth $1 50, for 75c.
:?ee our big lino of scarlet underwear.
Men's fine grade all wool underwear,
great value, worth $2; our price 2 days, 98c
Men's fleece lined, all wool shirts and
drawer?, eight patterns to choose from: reg
ular $2 50 quality at $1 32.
Men's fine scarlet underwear at 93c, $1 21
and $1 40. , ,
Besides the above goods we have dozens
of other special bargains to show you.
p. c. a a.
Corner Grant and Diamond streets.
marriage Licenses Issued Yesterday.
( Albert Gcndes Allegheny
( II SoueaW Allegheny
5 A. 31. Foster. TVilUnsuurg
(Margaret A. Hill Pittsburg
I William Weller. Allegheny
I Lucy Holland .'. Allegheny
Ellsworth Dean Pittsburg
I Sadie E. Kllson Pittsburg
(hamuelO. Mctz. Harrison township
(Maggie n. uicKton fawniowusoip
I Morgan O'DonneU. McEeesport
(Mary O'Connor. Allegheny
( William H. Brown Pittsburg
Jtarah M.K. Young. Pittsburg
(Thomas Mulroy '.Port Perry
( Catharlna Doud Port Perry
J Ilonls Gass ; Harrison township
(.Mary, J. Helming Tarentum
( Adam Black .Pittsburg
( Margaret Kelly X flttsburg
Charles K. Gran .". Blalrsvllle
(Motile L. Carwell , Blalrstllle
( John C. Eanen Mansfield
t Catharine btepek Mansfield
I George Richards , Pittsburg
lEllail. Chambers Pittsburg
j l.ulgl Pelcla. Plttfbarg
( Maria K. Gasparro Pittsburg
I C. A. Eeamann Pittsburg
(Annie '1 altcnliausen Pittsburg
(John HeincK Allegheny
Cathanua Kerilt Pittsburg
jsalaai D. Smith Wilkinsburg
(faadl- Bridge Wilkinsburg
(John A. Treasure. Leaaurevllle
( Mary oolsey Keyuoldtou
(Robert J. Morris Pittsburg
(Mary is. i.ce
) J. H. G. Mason
( Kate Kauffman...
(John Williams. Jr.
(Elizabeth Lowery. ...
(Lewis O Hcngge Verona
( Laura P. 311111kea Verona
i Charles Maiden....... Pittsburg
1 Lizzie Kerr Pittsburg
( Samuel K. Fry ..Allegheny
LucyK. Stokes Allegheny
) George Itlnggold Allegheny
( Annie Aston Allegheny
( Charles H Slebert Pittsburg
I Jenulc Mill r Pltuburg
J F. f. Potter Turtle Creek
1 Maggie Burgess Turtle Creek
1 Charles Cooke Altoona
( Virginia McWllllams Greenshurg
5 Albert A. Campbell. Wilkinsburg
J Ida Bosch Wilkinsburg
(Theodore Nadolny Pittsburg
(Maria Kawalskl Pittsburg
NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS.
Of perfect purltyv
Of sreat strength. '
Economy In their use
Flavor as delicately
and dellclously as the fresh fruit.
For sale by Geo. K. Stevenson & Co., and'al
The Early Seal
Catches the cold and may save doctor's bills. You will
surely save dollars at our "early seal garment sale, be
cause we are selling at wholesale prices. Our object is to
make a good customer of you early in the season. That
is about the only profit we get out of "these early
seals." They were bought in July at midsummer prices.
You get the benefit of that.
The quality of sealskin should be looked at sharply. There
Is a great difference in seals. As the oldest fur house in Penn
sylvania, we have some advantages. People can rely on the gen-umm-ss
of our furs and our statements. We seldom cry "oar
train," but the fact is, yon wUl not find elsewhere In Pittsburg our
qualities at our prices. They wlll'not be offered In winter. They
are or now only. The prioes speak for themselves.
A " A
SB Inch Alaska seal jackets 127 00 1 SO inch Alaska seal Jackets 195 00
23 Inch Alaska seal jackets 157 50 30 inch Alaska seal, loose front ZOO 00
28 Inch Alaftka, No 2 grade .$15u 00
ATT. THIS REASON'S PITRnil ARK.
Labrador seal capes $15 00
French Seal Capes 7 50
Best Persian Capes, full length 30 00
Fino Martin Capes, full length 85 00
Fine monkey Capes, full length S3 OU
The Smead Heating and Ventilating Com
pany are adding rapidly to their work in this
o'ty. Thev have completed or are con
structing, their system In tlib Eighth Dis
trict, the Piice Hall, Sedamsville, Windsor
street, and the Avondale new sohool
buildings. Cincinnati Publlo School Journal.
SJCAtL in size, great In results; TJe Witt's
Little Early Risers. Bostpill for constipation
best for sick headache and sour stomach.
McCLEEBT CATTELLE On Thursday,
October 27, 1692, at 1 o'clock t. v., at the resi
dence of the bride's parents, at Salem, O.,
by the Bev. B. P. Boyle, Mr.Tiusr W. Jlo
Cleekt, of Pittsburg, to Miss Hams Vxv
BAKER On Tnesday, OotoberSJ, at 8-SOt.
it.. Johzt A Baker, in the 80th year of His
.Funeral will take place on FanATArrKn
wooir at S o'clock from bis late residence,
Madison avenue and Green street, Alle
gheny, to which friends of the family are
cordially invited to attend. 3
BAHKEH On Thursday morning, Ootober
57, 1892, at 7:15 o'clook, Juab SlBATrow.daugh
ter of John R. and AltaBarker.agedO months
and 23 days.
Funeral services at the family residence,
52 Sampson street, Allegheny City.on SATun-DA-rAj-TERS00K
at 2 o'olock. Interment pri
BABKOJT At his residence. No. 3020 Har-
kinB allev. Sonthslde, on Wednesday. Octo
ber 20. 1S92, at 10:10 p. v., Patbicb: Bahbok,
aged 88 years.'
JOKES On Wednesday, October 2, 1892,
at 6 A. x., at her residence, corner of Linden
avenue and , MoPherson, Iloulevard place.
East End, Makoaekt Jake Grat. widow or
the late J. Newton-Jones, in the 79th year of
Funeral services Fwdat Arnntsoo-f at 1:30.
JOHNSTON On Thursday, October 27,
1892, at 1 a. h Wm.Grkgo JonifSTOS. brother
of Joseph T. nnd Daniel T. Johustou, aged 61
Friends of tho family are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral services at the
residence of his son-in-law, Alexander Tay
lor, No. 6 Koerner avenue, near Linden
avenue, Allegheny City, Fbidat at 8 r. m.
Interment private Satobdav, at 10 a. v.
KOCH On Thursdav morning at 7:0
o'clock, Leopold Koch, of McKeesport, aged
Funeral this (Friday) ATTEni-ooir from B.
& O. depot, Pittsburg, at 1:15 o'clock.
' MUSGRAVE October 27, Jons A. Mus
ORAVE, aged 47.
Funeral services and interment from H.
Samson's chapel, 75 Sixth avenue, on Satur
day at 2 r. v. 3
MCCARTHY On Thursday, October 27,
1892, at 12 it., Katie, daughter of Kate Mc
Carthy, nee Hackett, and the late John Mc
Carthy, aged 4 years, 1 month.
Funeral from her mother's residence,
Forty-eighth and Hatfield streets, to-day
(Friday) at 3 p. jr. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend.
MoCLELLAND On Thursday, October 27.
at 1:30 A. x., at her residence S72 Edwin
street. East End, Isabella McClellakd,
aged 78 jears.
Funeral services Saturday ajterwook nt
2 o'clock fiom First R. P. Church, Grant
NEELT At Alliance, O., on Monday, Oc
tober 24, 1892, TnoMAS Neely, formerly of
Allegheny City, aged 75 years
Funeral from Ft. Wayne depot, Allegheny,
jon Friday, October 28, at 10.30 a. v. Friends
"of the family and members of Mahohester
Lodge No. 403, L O. O. F., and sister lodgoi
are invitod to attend. 2
ROACH On Thursdav, October 27, 1892, at
5 r. M., Nellie Boach, daughter of Ednard
and Hannah Roach, aged 12 years 3 months.
Funeral from her parents' residence, 130
River road, Esplln borough, Saturday. 2 p.
M. Friends of tho family are respectfully
invited to attend.
SORBT On Wednesday, October 26. 1802,
at 3:45 o'clock a. h., Mary Sorby, relict of
the late William Sorby, aged 78 years.
Funeral services at the residence of her
son-in-law, John Orth, No. 3615 Charlotta
street, on Friday aptbrhoos at 2 o'clock.
Friends of the family are respectfully In.
vited to attend.
WADLOW On Thursday. October 27, 1792,
at 7 a. jr., of diphtheria, Charles, son or
Martin K. and Sarah Wadlow, aged 5 years
'and 6 months.
Funeral from residence of parents, Craf
ton station, Pa.,on Saturday. 10 a.m. Friends,
or the family are respectfully Invited to at
tend. WAKEMAN At St. Francis Hospital,
Forty-fourth street, Edward Wakemajt, aged
22 years, formetly of Braddock, Pa.
WHELAN On Thursday, October 27, 1692.
nt 8:15 a. it., Ella A. Judge, wife of James
Whelan, aged 33 years.
Funeral front the family residence, No. 49
Gum sttcet, on Saturday uorhino at 8.30
o'clock. Sorvices at St. Bridget's Church,
Enoch street, at 9 a. if. Friends are invited
New Orleans papers please-copy. 3
WILET Thursdav, October 27, 1892, Mrs.
Sarah A. Ihqram, wile of H. D. Wiley.
Funeral from her late residence, No. 168
Pennsylvania avenue, Allegheny, Sckday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. 3
WILSON At Hazelwood, Ootober 27, 1892,
at 4 a. ii., of scarlet fever, Walter Randolph'
son of R. J. and Ella D. Wilson, in the 5th
year of his age.
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., TJm.,)
JNOEETAKEE AND EltBALMER.
Office and residence, 1134 Penn avenue.
Telephone connection. myll-57-vwrsu
JAMES M. FDLLERTON,
OKDEUTAKEK AND EMBALMED,
No. 6 Eighth street.
Chapel for private lunerals.
mylO-99-wrsu Telephone 1153
Our stock Is always the choicest.
A. M. & J. B. MURDOCH,
Tel. 429. - UOSniltkfleld street.
KEPKESENTF.D IN TITTSBTJEO IN 180L,
INS. CO. OF NORTH AMERICA.
Assets, ts.rs.233 00.
Losers adlosted and paid by
WILLIAM L. JUNES, 84 Fourth av.
The Pittsburg Wall Paper Co.,
821 Penn avenue.
Opposite Westinahouse Office Building.
PO. D. LEVIS, SOLIC
O. D. LEVIS, SOLICITOR OF
131 Fifth are., next Leader, PittBburg
GEO. K. STEVENSON & CO.,
Fine, Uroceiipa and Table Delicacies,
Sixth avenue. Jy0x-w
Keck scarfs with animal heads from f 1 50
Furnishing and Edging.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue
3Vo. 41 Wood St
Mi Ms for Sc&ooL
Ko matter what kind of clothes your
children wear the rafny weatherand muddy
streets of this season demand a first-class
article in footwear to meet the emergency.
Bad shoes and wet feet go together and
sickness is sure to follow. Our School
Shoes are durable, waterproof, well-fitting,
worm and comfortable. They are made of
the best of material. The shoes for little
girls are called Wear-Wells; the 'boys, Iron
King. Our trade is constantly increasing
on these shoes, and if you've not had a pair
see them at once.
Iron Kings, $2.00 and $2.50.
Boys' Russet Goat Leggihs, 93.00,
Fifth Ave. and Market.
430-436 Market St,
The' very great de
mand for our Ladies'
Kid Slippers at 75
cents and our Ox
fords at $1.00 leads
us to say that those
who have not yet en
joyed a luxury of good
goods at just half
their value should not
delay. Every day
the stock becomes
less andit is only a
chance purchase that
they might appear on
.430-436 Market St.
41 Fifth Avenue,
Will accumulate these days when we
have to carry such a vast variety
of styles and weights of
Ladies' and Children's
And in order to get more space we have
thrown out some lots of Ladies' and Chil
dren's Underwear that it will be to your
advantage to investigate. Amon; them
will be found Ladies' Combination Suits,
Bibbed Cotton and Wool Mixed, Natural
All Wool, Natural "Wool, Bibbed Vests,
Ladies' Swiss' Bibbed Vests, white and
Ladies' "White Bibbed Merino Vests.
Ladies' Bibbed Balbriggan Vests.
Ladies' Dr. Warner Combination Suits.
Ladies' Silk and Lisle Mixed Vests and
Ladies' Stockinet and Bibbed Wool
.Children's Bed Wool Shirts, Pantalets
And many other articles not mentioned
but equally as interesting. Now these
goods are put out to sell and the prices on
each, will sell them, so come early and get
your sire. '
Largest lines of Ladies' and Children's
Underwear and Hosiery, all weights and
In Cotton, Woo! and Silk,
Largest line shown in any house in this
city. Exceptionally good values.
We make to order the following
Children's and Misses'
Jackets,Cloaks 8c Dresses.
We carry In stock complete
White Goods, Cloths and
Especially adapted for the manufact
ure of above garments.
Because they are the-
-and best made-
-in the world-
and at prices to suit you
COME SPECIAL SALE
. THUHSDAY, FW, SHOW.
J. G. BENNETT & CO.,
Leaders in Cloth Garments,
Cor. Wood St and Fifth Ave.
B. & B,
A Genuine Imperial Russian
Sable Set Cape and Muff
actual value i,ooo. You've
heard of so-called Russian sable
fur. If you'd see the genuine
article come to
And look at this magnificent set
Only one of the thousand proofs
here shown that This Depart
ment is without an equal in the
New MINK FUR CAPES to
day. Proper length, well lined,
good shape. A wonder at
But not a greater Mink surprise
than this new lot genuine MINK
'HEADED BOAS at
New Hud son Bay SABLE BOAS,
luxuriously elegant are the soft
furs, unusually long tails, natural
heads, displaying bright eyes
and white teeth of the little ani
mals, chic and stylish,
Any fur you may want in
Muff, Boa, Collarette, Cape or
Mantle you'll find this Cloak
Room ready to supply at low
prices, only possible to like
'Take elevator for second floor.
BOGGS &, BUHL,
18 to U0.
fl8 to 5-40.
Single or Double-Breasied.
Qualities, shades and styles to suit the
SPECIAL MID-FALL OPENING SALE
704 Penn Avenue, Y. M. C. A. Building.
We have just received a large assortment of elegant Turkish and Persian Ensrs, Car.
nets, eta, including all sizes, colors and designs, with exquisite textures, and desiring to
dispose of them at once, ire have put reduced prices on alfonr goods, as we have to make
room for our new coming stock.
We give some examples of these real oSered bargains to shorr to the public hoiT much
lower we can make them than any places in the Eastern cities.
Good Size Hearth Rugs at $6, $8 and $10.
A large assortment of Carpets are in this sale. Heriz, Teheran, Inelie, Demirjick,
Gullistan and Hamidie Carpets will be sold at very low prices.
VTe respectfully invite the public to come and inspect our collection and learn our
Bemember, we have hundreds of Bags and Carpets to select from.
YARDUM BROS. & COw
THIS INK IS
J. HARPER BONNELL CO.,
DO YOU EATP
NUTS! NUTS! NUTS!
Every One Can Have Nuts at These Prices!
The Halloween season is almost here. Our complete stock is at your
disposal. We don't need to tell our customers we will knock out all com
petitors on.this and every other line. No oId,musty,tnoldy, worm-eaten stock.
I WILL. GIVE AN ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE WITH EVERY POUND OF
NUTS BOUGHT AT OUR STORE.
If on examination they prove to be unsatisfactory return them and your
money will be cheerfully handed to you. Send for price list
Let the Prices Talk:
8 ponnds elegant Mixed Nats -... 25a
Almonds, 1 ponnd 18c, 6 ponnds $1 00
Filberts, 1 ponnd 9c, 12 ponnds ......51 00
Brazil Nuts, 1 ponnd 9c, 12 ponnds SI 00
Pecan Nuts, 1 pound lie, 10 pounds $1 00
English Walnuts, 1 pound 18c, 6 pounds fl 00
Peanuts. 1 auart 5c. 1 bushel $1 40
4 Fresh Cocoanuts 25c, 12 for 70c
4 pounds elegant Dates 25a
8 pounds Mixed Candy 25a
2 pounds Fancy Mixed Candy.. 25a
JAS. J. WELDON,
Wholesale and Retail Grocer, Cor. Second Av. and Market St., Pittsburg.
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are both secured
They are not expensive,
either, unless luxurious
trimmings make them
so. We are sole agents.
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Much furniture do you need to
home comfortable for winter, and
You a little short of the ready money to
pay for what
Need in.lhis line? Thousands of others
In the same way, and yet they have
bought new furniture, new carpets, new everything,
Which they are paying in small, stated
sums. Do you want a pleasant
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