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PITTSBURG DISPATCH: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER' 6,
A BATTLE FOR BREAD
fionnd to Come in London Within
the Next Few Winter Months.
UGLY WARNINGS OP SOCIALISTS.
Gladstone's Government to Hare a Knuttj
rroblem to FoIte.
;tXCLE SAM ALSO CAUSES SOME TROUBLE
tBY CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.
London, Kov. 5 CopyrijM. Trafal
gar Square to-day became once more the
tribune ot the people. The base of Xelson's
' Monument was hidden by the red banners of
tl.e "Social Democracy," and the clamorous
appeal lor work, soon to change to the
threatening demand for bread, was shouted
from the granite pedestal.
It was not, however, a great popular dem
onstration in any ssnse. There was little to
auggest the bloody scenes of not on the
same soot five years ago. The daily meef
ings of the past two weeks on Tower Hill
have been much more ominously significant.
The crowd was changing constantly, and at
no time did it number more than 3,000 per
sons. More than half were there from mo
tives of curiosity only, and there were
xnany tall hats and some women in the
There was nothing incendiary in the
language of Kier Hardy and the others who
made speeches but there were ugly warn
ings of the effect of neglect ol the demand
for public relief measures. The meeting of
Sunday week to celebrate the reparation of
free sp'eech in the square will be the first
real popular demonstration thr?, bat as
one ot the speakers expressed it this after
noon, free speech on an empty -fomach does
not amount to much.
Trouhle Tor Gladstone's Government.
There is no longer any doubt that the
question of food for the hungry will make a
great deal of trouble lor Mr. Gladstone's
Government this winter. The impending
distress is not confined to the cities. The
collapse of the agriculture' interests of
England has at length become an acute na
tional calamity. The summoning of a great
palinnal conference to discuss the situation
is evidence ot the critical nature of the
The most threatening factor in the agri
cultural situation is the fact that the En
glish larmer enjovs none of the compensa
tions of short crops in the way of higher
prices. It is literally tru that there is
not three months' food supply in England,
but the prices of meat ana cereals to im
porters' ere never so low. The fall in the
price of flour in the past year, however, has
not benefited the consumer a penny worth.
The middlemen reap all the' profits and
bread is no cheaper.
How the Distress Is Augmented.
Xot only is trade in London the dullest
for years, but the situation is made worse
by the advent of thousands of agricultur
ists thrown out of employment. The dis
tress of the genuine sufferers is likely to be
augmented by the actions of the swarm of
blatant agitators and demagogues who pre
tend to represent them and who succeed in
discrediting the truth.
The instructions ot the State Department
to the United States legation here to inter
cede in behalf of the Irish-American dyna
miters confined in Portland prison are
likely to bear fruit, but not until after
Tuesday's election. The report that inter
cestinn had been decided on was regarded
here as a bit ol political clap-trap, resorted
to by the administration at Wash
ington. I have it on excellent
authority, however, that the request
of the American Government has given rise
to a division of opinion in Mr. Gladstone's
Cabinet this week. The instructions Irom
Washington were received by cable at the
Legation here early last week. Secretary
"White. Cnarge d" Affaires, called first upon
Lord Itosebery regarding the matter, and
yfterward visited the Home Office several
vimes, where he eventually obtained passes
which permitted him and other United
States officials to visit the incarcerated men
in Portland prison. Information is refused
at the Legation about what was learned as
to the condition of the prisoners.
A Special Cabinet Session Held.
I am further informed that Lord Rose
brry himself a most unusual proceeding
summoned a special Cabinet council early
in the week to consider the President's re
quest. 2Co decision was reached until Yes
terday. Lord Itosebery and .Sir William
Harcourt opposed the release of the pris
oners. John Morley, Henry Fowler, Mr.
.Asquith, Mr. Mundella and Mr. James
Urice actively lavored the proposition.
The result is said to have been a vote to in
quire into the cases, with a view to the
earlv release of Egan, Curtin and Callan.
It cannot be said that American interces
sion is the whole cause ol the Government's
proposed action, lor the matter has for some
time been under consideration. It is also
evident that the Cabinet does not intend to
lend itself to a scheme for booming Har
rison's re-election. This was made ap
parent by the answer to an inquiry sent to
the Home Secretary this afternoon" request
ing the names ot the men to be released.
It was: "Tell Mr. Blank I am verv sorry.
but I can t give him what he wants." It is
considered very doubtful if any clemency
is f,hown toward Dr. Gallagher, though
certain of the so-called Glasgow dynamiters
A Tame Lord aiaj ors Banquet.
The Lord Mayor's banquet on AVcdnesday
next will be the tamest affair lor many
yiars past. Mr. Gladstone is precluded
irom going, as he says, bv his physician's
advice. Lord Itosebery is dining with
the Prince of Wales that night, and John
Morley has engagements elsewhere. The
Cabinet will be represented by Lord Spen
cer, the Lord Chancellor, and Mr. Asquith
a weak team compared with the round
dozen hitherto habitually attending the
Lord Mayor's gathering. There is possi
bly something diplomatic in the
excuses, but it must be remembered
that tbe present Government is
not in favor in the old city, which is a hot
bed of Toryism. The Common Councilmen
of the city of London are not the best man
nered people in the world, and their treat
ment of Mr. Gladstone has been none too
courteous w hen he has addressed them in
rears gone by. There is an interesting
reason for Sir William Harconrt's declina
tion ot theLordMavor'sinvitation. It is un
derstood he has something the matter with
one ot his eyes, but it may be stated with
absolute continence that he "winked the
other one" when inditing his excuses.
A Scheme on Hand to Reform London.
The fact is that Sir William is prone to
denounce city corruption and extravagance,
and has been known to mock at antiquated
city, institutions, but above all this it is be
lieved that be is actually engaged upon a
scheme for "reiorming" the city of London
government, and reform, as tbe city lathers
know well enough, means in their case ex
tinction. It is not good taste for the execu
tioner to break bread with the condemned
criminal, and Sir William Harcourt is en
titled to credit lor a disnlay of delicate con
sideration in relusing the Lord Mayor's in
vitation. Mr. Gladstone, by thx way, is accustomed
to assume far worse risks than attenda ice at
a public banquet. Last Tuesday, f..r in
stance, the day ot the storm and rain, he
was engaged at his desk irom early morning
until 6:30 o'clock in the evening. Kb one
who conld help it was out of doors then.
But shortly before 6 o'clock a Dispatch
reporter passed Mr. Gladstone in St.
James Park, striding along like a vigor
ous man ot CO. He had no umbrella
in truth, he could not have kept
one open against the strong
wind, and the big Inverness cloak which he
wore was blown about in such a fashion
that tbe rain must have saturated the coat
beneath it. Yet the old man walked about
a couple of miles against the gale, and
seemed thoroughly to enjoy himselt. I lolly
lo hear next day of postponed
councils, hastily summoned doc
tors, mustard plasters and what not in
Downing street, but the Premier went
about as usual, presided at the council
board in the afternoon and cave a dinner
party in tl e evening.
'ot In Favor of Woman's Rights.
Prof. James Stuart, M. P., who expected
to be made a cabinet minister at the change
of government, and did not even get an
under secretaryship, has discovered that
members ot the present Government are
not to be trusted in the matter of women's
right. That ni what he lolda meeting of
the National Society for Women's Suffrage
Thursday afternoon. Every practical poli
tician knows that Parliament will no be in
a position to deal with a question like
women's suffrage lor levcral years to come,
and it is an open secret tha't the Liberal
party will never confer the franchise upon
women as long as Mr. Gladstone is its
leader. The old man has always shuddered
at the idea of woman entering the stormy
arena of politics and both he and his wife
have a perfect horror of the modern polit
ical nomen. v
DIGXA'S TJHRST FOR BLOOD.
One of Those .Men Who Can't Be rut
Down A Very Live Dead Man A Fight
for the Sacccssorshlp or the Madlll's
IBY CABLE TO Till DISrATCH.
LONDON. Nov. 5. That doughty Soudan
ese chieftain and holy man, Osman Digna,
is again thirsting for Egyptian and English
blood, and as a preliminary to a full gratifi
cation of his desire, proposes to capture
Snakim and put its garrison and inhabitants
to the sword.
This Osman Digna is a most objectionable
person. He has been reported dead times
out of number, and his body has been iden
tified over and over ae;ain, to the great joy
of the Egyptian soldiers, who had a mortal
dread ot him, but somehow he has invari
ably come to lite again, and requeutly at
most inconvenient moments. Humor had
jnst comfortably killed and buried him
seven or eight years ago, when, at the head
of a great body of tribesmen, he suddenly
fell upon the Egypian army under the re
doubtable Baker Pasha, and almost wiped
it off the face of the earth. Histnumerous
wives were reported to be wailing over his
corpse a couple years later, when he headed
a terrific charge of Soudanese spearmen at
Abu Klea, which broke the boasted pha
lanx square of the British infantry, and
nearly sent the English army, under
Wolseley, to Seep company with Baker's
It will be seen that Osman Digna is a par
ticularly live man, and an idea of the re
spect which he still inspires may be ob
tained Irom the fact that at the least news
of his approach the Egrptlan garrisons of
advanced forts tied prewpitately toward
Suakim, which has stout walls; that the
British Commander at Suakim promptly
telegraphed fop a gunboat to be sent around
from Suez, and that reinforcements of
Egyptian troops and British officers are al
ready being hurried to the threatened town.
It is believed that if His Sacred Majesty,
Mahdi So. 2, should die, Osman Digna
wonld have a fight lor the succession, and
in that event admirers of pluck would wish
A GREAT LOCKOUT BEGUN.
Fifty Thousand Mill Hands Already Thrown
Out of Employment
BY CABLE TO TlfE DISPATCH.!
London, Nov. 5. The great Lancashire
cotton lockout began this afternoon. Mills
containing about 15,000,000 spindles and
employing about 50.000 hands, closed their
doors at 1 o'clock, to remain idle until the
great wage issue Is settled. Other mills in
the Federation will close as soon as exist
ing orders are filled, and the number made
idle will then amount to 00,000.
As far as money is concerned, the spin
ners are in a good position to stay out for a
very long time. Mr. Mawdsley promises
that each striker will be paid 10 shillings a
week in addition to the allowances made for
the children and the grant local associa
tions. ts? Complete Election returns from all parts
of the U. S. trill be pnAislied in Wednesday's
Vispaidi. Order in advance to avoid disap
pointment Thornton Bros., 12S Federal Street
Onr $1 93 tan jackets customers all say are
being sold by our competitors at $10. We
have them lower, but the $4 93 one happens
to be on sale. In sevoral other stores: $Sls
quite a avlng on a $10 coat Dollars are be
in? saved by thoniands of customers in the
different departments ot tbe Cash Store.
Elbow your way through the crowd.
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
JPivl.l Wilson Washington
JClirlnOnM. Barnard Washington
Frank Tnmlck Allegheny CItv
J Mary Balllett PltUburg
Franz nro-hl Allegheny Cltr
J Katie flecker Allegheny City
(John C Friedman rMtt.lm-c
irla Rusiosity 1'ltubnrg
Joseph MaWey J McDonald
Anna Saktta McDonald
Onstav Ilabcrfand rittsbnrc
Kmlllc Gull) rimburg
t Jllchael IJamln riltsburg
Lena Lokey Plttsliurff
Mils Wrlilit McKeesport
( Annie bmith
J Michael tSans PltUburg
Mary Anna Kaltnska Flttsbnrg
(llenrvDnrst Baldwin township
I Ilcrtha Lmlcli Homestead
J Charles Zoller Flttsbnrg
I Frlcderlcka Esillnger Pittsburg
t Thomas A. Elliott Flttsbnrg
Matilda Miller FlttiDurg
(JamcS. Cullender nite Station
I Carrie 11. Fish Hlte Station
Henry Linpert Allqulppa
I Isabella Freltag Allqulppa
JIfr. Geo. W. CooJe
j. at. Julitisuury, i.
Like a Waterfall
After the Grip
Tremendous Roaring in the Head tains In
'To C. I Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
Two year ago I had a severe attack of
the Grip, which left mo in a terribly weak
and ilehllltaied condition. Last winter I
bad another attack and was again verv bad
ly off, my health nearly wrecked. My ap
petite was all cone, I had no strength, felt
tired all the time, had disagreeable roaring;
noises in mv head, like a waterfall. I also
had severe headaches and
.Severe Sinking Pains
in mv stomach. I took medicines without
benefit, until, bavins heard so much about
Howl's Sarsaparllla, I concluded to try it,
nnd the result is very gratifying. All the
disaarecablo effects ot the Grip are gone, I
am free from pains and aches, and believe
is surelv curlnir my catarrh. I recommend
it to all." Geo. W. Cook. St Johnabury, Vt
HOOD'S FILLS cure Nausea, Sick Head
ache, Indigestion, Biliousness. Sold by all
3, 1802, by the Rev. Bonn, of the German
Lutheran Chnroh, Slxti avenue and Sinlth
fleld street, Mr. William C Wihteuualter
to Miss I.illie A. Kkidel, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob KolUel, Fifth avenue. No
A1LMAN.V On Thursday, November 8,
1S92, at 11:30 p. jr., Adolph C Ailkakk. aeed
62 years 9 months, at his residence, 2335 Har
ninn street, Southslde.
Fnneral will take place at German Luth
eran St Paul's Church, Eighteenth street,
on Sukdat, November!!, 1893, at 2 p. x.
BERGER Mart K Burger, wife of Honrv
L. Bereer, Frldnv morning. November. 1893,
at 8 o'clock, in her 46tli year.
Funeral will take place Sunday, November
6. at 2 r. m., from her late residence, 103 and
105 Fulton strcor, FlttiDurg. Friends of the
family are corillnlly invited to attend; also
members of Thomas A Armstrong Lodge
1330 K. L. of Honor, Evening Stitr Council Xo
81 Daughters of Liberty, Captain Chapman
Circle Ladies of tbo G. A R. Services at Mt
Olivet Church, Fulton street
Phhndelp.iia and Newark, N. J., papers
CHXEV On Frirtav, November 4, 18112,
at 12:10 p. m., Hosier D., youngest son of John
R. nud'Xancy Claney, in hW29th year.
Funeral from hts patents' residence, cor
ner of FIsk and Davison streets, Susdat,
November 0, at 3-30 p. w. Friends of the fam
ily repectfully Invited to attend. 1'Ieaso
omit flowers. ' 2
CLARK Mrs. StnAH A. Clark, widow of
the late Robert W. Clark, in tbe CSth year of
of her age.
Funeral services Mottdat, November 7. at
2r. 3i., at her late residence. No. 199 West
End avenue, near Brighton riace, Alle
gheny. Interment private.
DMtRAGII At her residence. West
Bridcewnter, Beaver county. Pa., on Fri'lav,
November 4, 1892, at 5 p. M.. C'AiiniE M. Dar
kaoh, wile of Charles 11. Darragb, aged 27
Funeral Sukdat at 2 o'clock, from lato res
idence. EISLET On Satnrday, November 5, 1893.
at 8 a. m., Aqkes, wife o John EUlcy, aged 27
Funeral from her Inte residence, McClure
avenue, Allegheny City, Moxday horning at
7:30, to proeeed to St. Leo's Churoh.Brlzhton
road,where mass will be celebrated. Friends
of the family are respoctfully Invitod to at
tend. FORD Suddenly, Saturday, November 8,
189-1, or heart lailnro, at tho parents' resi
dence. No. 17 Central street, Allegheny,
Henry m of Michael and Catherine Ford,
In his 3rd year.
Notice of funeral in Monday morning
GELTZ On Satnrday. November 6, 1892, at
C:Su a. m., Jules a K. Geltz, daughter of John
and Menora Geltz, axed 2 months 9 days.
Funeral to take place Monay, Novem
ber 7, at 2 p. v., from their residence.No. 137
Spring Garden avenue, Allegheny. Friends
of tho family are respectfully Invited to at
HOPKINS-On Satnrday, November 8.
1S92. at his narents' residence. No. 115 Juoun-
daHtreer, Knoxville, Eixnn, son or William
K. nopklns, aged I years S months.
Fnneral on Monday, NovomDer 7, from
parents' residence, No. 115 Jocunda street,
Knoxville, at 2 P. M. Interment private
JONES On Tlrursdav. November 3, 1892,
at 4 o'olock p. ii., K P. Jones, in the 71sc
year of his ago.
Funeral servicos at his late residence,
Breckenridce avenue, on Sunday, Novem
ber 0, at 2p. it. Interment private. 3
LODER On Friday, November 4, 1S92, at
1 a. M., Mabt F, daughter of M. B. and Mary
Locler, aged 6 years 11 months 10 days.
Funeral on Sunday, November 6, 1892. at
2.30 P. it., from parents' residence, 16 Cassett
street, Pittsburg. Friends of the family aro
lespectfully invited to attend.
LTNCH On Satnrday afternoon, Novem
ber 5, 1892, at the residence of hi" son-in-law,
91 Seventh avenue, Fltt'tliurr, Patrick:
Lynch, formerly of Bishop Auckland, Eng
land. Funernl services at St Pnnl's Cathedral,
on Mondat hornino, at 8:15 o'clock. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to
MoELROT On Frldav, November t, nt
8.S0 a. u Ellen Grace claney, wife of W.
F. AlcKlroy, in liorisun year.
Funeral services at family residence, 1818
tMaln street, Sharpsburg, Pa., Monday, No
vember 7,,at 2 p. M. Interment private at a
later hour. d
MaoMILLAN At Cincinnati. O.. Friday
evening, November 4, 1892, Rev. William
MaoMillak, rather of Mrs. W. Dwigbt Bell,
of this city, aged 65 years.
Notice of funeral later. 2
NICHOLSON On Friday, November 4, 1892,
nt 5:30 P. X., Joseph W son of W. R. and
Eliza Nicholson, in the 21st year of his age.
Member of Allquippl Council, Jr. O. U. A. M.
Services at the residence of his parents,
Esplen borough, Sunday, November 6, at 2
p. m. Interment private.
OTT On Friday, November 4, 1892, at 7:40
p. h., Jacob Ott, lather or Ott Bros., in his
Funeral from the residence of his son-in-law,
Win. Semmelrock, No. 79 South Six
teenth street.on Monday, at 10 a m. Friends
of the family are respectfully Invited to at
QU1GLKY On Thursday, November 3,
1892, at 11:15 r. N., John Qciolet, In tbe 32d
year of his nee.
Funeral from his late residence. No. IS
Twenty-elgntb street, Southslde, on Sunday,
November 6, 1892, at 1:30 p. H. Friends or the
fntmly are respectiully invited to attend.
REES On Thursday. Novembor 3. 1891 at
11:30 a. M , at 111" residence. No. 244 Dinwiddle
street, X. b. Rbes. In the 45th year of his ago.
Funeral services at Fifth Avenue M. E.
Church, at 1 p. v., on Sunday, Novembor 6.
Friends of the family and members of the
Grand Army of tho Republic cordially in
SAUER On Friday, November 4, 1892. at
2:45 p. M., Mrs. Barbara Sauer, widow of
Michael G. Siuer, in the 64th year of her
Funeral from, her late residence. No. 64
Avery street, Allegheny, on Monday korn
ino at 9 o'clock, to proceed to St Mary's
Church, Libel ty street where requiem mass
will be celebrated. Friends of tbe family
are respectfully invited to attend. 2
WARD On Friday, November 4, 1892. at
tbe residence of her parents. New Custle;
Pa., Dolly, daughter of James and Lizzie
Ward, Jr., in her 14th year.
Funeral services at New Castlo on Sunday
horning: at 9 o'clock; Interment In Alle
gheny Cemetery Sunday on arrival of 12:10
p. x. train (cttj time), P. &L. E.K.K. 2
WENDELL On Saturday. November 5, at
11:00 a. xi Josephine, wifo of Stephen Wen
dell, in the 65th year of her age.
Funeral on Monday, November 7, at 9 a.
x., from the late residcuco. No, 4720 Liborty
avenue, Sixteenth ward, Bloomfield, to pro
coed to St. fosoph's Church, where requiem
high mass will be read at 9.30 a. m. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to at
tend. ANTHONY MEYER
(Fnecessorto Meyer, Arnold A Co., T.lm.,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office nnd residence, 1134 Penn avenue.
Telephone connection. myll-57-vwrsu
JAMES M. FDLLERTON,
UNDERTAKER AND EUBALME3,
No. 6 Eighth street
Chnpel for private lunerals.
mylo-99-wrsn Telephone 1153
WILLISON A SON,
(Formerly Spencer A Willlson),
dertakers and Embalmers.
Also livery, boarding and salo stable. No. 27
and 28 Cedar avonuo, Allegheny. myl-23-su
WILLIAM II. WOOI.
Fnneral Director and Embalmer.
Rooms, SS06 Forbes street, Oakland; resi
dence 212 Oakland avenue. Telephone 4024.
.avOoa -aaaj -j3.011C JOURNAL."
"A irreot Invention has' been made by Div
Tutt That eminent chemist has produced
Tutt's Hair Dye
which Imitates nature to perfection ; It acts
Instantaneously and is perfectly harmless,"
I'rlcr. SI. Office, SO & 4,1 Park Place, N. X,
REPRESENTED IN PITTSBDROIN nail.
INS. CO. OF NORTH AMERICA.
Assets, SS.r8.220 00.
Losses sdlusted nd paid by
WILLIAM L. JUNE, 64 Fourth ar.
' NEW ADTiatTrSEMENTS.
IT IS NOT ONLY WHAT
But What 'We. Do That
Brings tho Crowds to
THOMPSON'S NEW YORK GROCERY.
Sntrar cured hams (large), per lb $ H
35 lbs Bntleroountv buckwheat 1 00
1 gallon pure maplo syrup 80
-1 gallon choice Orleans molasses 23
1 irallon choice sugar syrup 28
25 lis new Lima beans. .4 1 00
16 lbs Valencia raisins 1 00
85 lbs English currants 1 00
8 lbs evnpoiated apricots 1 00
ldcansKOod peas 1 00
14 cans sweet peas.. 4 1 00
6 nnart bottle olive oil 1 00
lo lb sjood cream cheese 1 00
1 quart-can oxtail soup 22
1 quart-can chicken soup 22
1 quart-can romnto soup 22
Olbs Wllbur'sJinporlal sweet chocolate. 1 Oil
15 lbs pinker snaps 1 00
15 Bs wine crackers 1 00
15 lbs milk biscuits 1 00
5 Bis pure cocoa 1 00
8 lbs bioken Java coffee 1 00
If you don't want tho dollar's worth take
the half dollar's worth, and If not the half
take the quarters worth; will give you tho
benefit of the above prices lu any quantity.
With everr dollar's worth of SO, 40, 50 and
0c tea wenlve yonfourpoundsof granulated
With a two ponnd can ot best baking pow
der you Bet a large clock freo of charge.
Price per can, JL
Goods delivered free to nil parts of both
cities. To those living out of the city we
will prepay freight on all orders of $10 and
upward to any station or landing within 100
miles of Pittsburg, send lor price list.
M. R. THOMPSON,
.311 MARKET STREET,
Directly Opposite Gusky's Entrance.
SPECIAL THIS WEEK!
Fine Mourning Bonnets and Veils at $2 60
Mournlne Mlllinory a specialty.
Work dolivered promptly.
O'REILLY'S, 407 Market St
SOME Dealers are to
think they can hoodwink the
People forever. Fire sales,
bankrupt sales, Job lots at 50c
on the dollars, fakes, hum
bugs, catch penny advertise
ments may run ftr a time,
but the purchasing public will
not be slow to find out and
keep shy of such places. We
are engaged in a legitimate
business. Our policy has
been and ever will be to give
you the biggest dollar s worth
for a dollar. ,Our home
made Clothing has proved a I
success. Our printed guar
antee is a safeguard against
any damage our clothing may
receive in one years wear.
For your own satisfaction ex
amine our lines of Suits at
$10.00, $12.00 and $15.00
out of curiosity. See our
lines of Overcoats at $8.00,
$10.00, $12.00 and $14.00.
You can lose nothing by com
ing in and seeing them. We
are positive you'll be the
954 and 956 Liberty St,
Clothing to measure at pop
THE ONLY REASON
For the continued increase of THE
DISPATCH adlets. is that they give
satisfactory returns. ' '
R w W$ fV i o J k n 1
$4 $5 $8,
$io, $15, $25.
Our New Seal
We have the
only new style
Seal Coats in
the city, and at
Our Seal Coats
Monday & Tuesday.
We have the nicest fitting Fur
Capes that can be had. PRICES
New design that will suit you.
Prices $5, $10, $15 and $25.
A nice line of fancy Cheviots
just received for Monday's and
J. C. BEHHETTA CD..
Cor. Wood St. and Fifth
nCCtC! ALL KINDS $5 UP.
U LO iiOi LargoSzoRollTop3$21Up.
THE FAVORITE FOLDING CHAIR,
5 in one; 50 posi
tions. A home
young, sick or
well. Lawn and
AVheol Chairs and
Invalid goods in
STEVENS CHAIR CO.,
NO. 3 SIXTII ST.,
IN THE HISTORY of PITTSBURG
Have the people had an opportunity to buy such beau
tiful things to furnish their homes at such Low
Prices and on such Easy Terms as
We are the people's choice and sure to be elected. No
matter what others do and have done, call and-see us and we
will do better. We have supplied more homes than all the
other stores combined, because we always give the most
goods for the least money.
One 6-Piece Parlor Suit
In Haircloth or Plush,
$5 Cash and $5 Monthly.
ONE 3-PIECE ANTIQUE BEDROOM SUIT,
$4 Cash and $4 Monthly.
JREMEMBER, THIS WEEK ONLY.
On a Bill of $10 . . . : . . $1.00 Cash and 50c Weekly
On a Bill of 20 3.50 Cash and $1.00 Weekly
On a Bill of 30 6.50 Cash and. 1.50 Weekly
On a Bill of 50 8.00 Cash and 2.00 Weekly
On a Bill of 75 .... . .10.00 Cash and 2.50 Weekly
On a Bill of 100 . ! . . . . 13.00 Cash and 3.00 Weekly
Limited funds need not deter you from providing your Home with any
thing needed. We offer unequaled facilities by our liberal credit system
you can buy from us on SUITABLE TERMS.
PICKERING'S IS THE ME
Cor. Tenth St and Penn Ave. are the Stores.
IN FURNITURE AND CARPETS
WE DEFY COMPETITION.
Cor. Tenth St. and Penn Ave.
F. ST -Ladies' Cloaks and Wraps in endless variety to select from.
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Apply Monday In person or by
BEFORE TtlE DAK
Of tlio public's liidsrment we submit our
claims. We nre amply vindicated by the
verdict 01 noproval. Facts substantiate our
every assertion. For this week only we
LADIES' koLID HOLD 'WATCH ES,
With Klein. Walt ham or Ilampdon move
ment, for tlio startling price of $10, $12 and
$15, sivlns FltrjE with every pnrchae, a
linndsome silk plush box. A remarkable
chanco to secure a pfc-.ulni?, serviceable
holiday sift. Take udvantaso oflt this
KHANUEX. DE ROY'S,
043 Smith field St.
Near Soveni h av. nrfi
AHTIST AND PIIOTOGlt VFUEK.
Cabinets, S3 to S4 per dozen; pcttftes.Sl
per doien. Tele bone 1751. ap8-f t-uwraa
O. D. LEVIS, SOLICITOR OF
131 Fifth ave., next Leader, Flttsburs
yOU UIE THEM.
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Tl SCARLET LETT!"
This book is considered Hawthorne's masterpiece. Thousands will
this' week go to the Alvin Theater to see Richard Mansfield in a dramatiza
tion of this wonderful book. Before you go stop in at our Book Department
and buy a copy, beautifully bound in red and white cloth, good paper
and clear type.
Price Only 20 Cents.
We shall open
Crannh Colt Lloto Monday a large
ciitiii (witi "wj assortment of La
dies and Misses'
Fine French Felt
These goods were
Hats, all colors, $1 each.
made expressly lor our bne trade, and are
in the newest anil most fashionable shapes.
This quality has been sold all th: season for
51 50 and 2 00.
French Model Hals
half the original price.
All our French
marked down to
less than one-
French Hats marked from $25 to 812.
French Hats marked irom $20 to 510.
We are receilnn every week by French
steamers Artificial Flowers of every de
scription, suitable for Millinery, Corsage
and Decoration purposes.
AND BUDS at 12c each,
BUNCHES OF CHRYS ANTHE- 0 r
MUMS,as3orted co!ors,at 25c bunoh, ZiDC
FINE VELVET ROSE, 3 roses
and 3 buds in each bunch, all colors,
Never before have the Ladies of Pitts
burg been offered such bargains as can be
found in our Millinery Department this
Many of the stylish Hats arc tr.'mmed with a large Alsatian Jkwqii th
left side in place of the front, which makes them more becoming to a round
or full face.
Two very pretty aigrettes, arranged in bunches of six, are slender stems
having at the head a diamond in iridescent bits of feathers; the other is
round, about an inch in diameter, of a deep old rose on the outside and
shading to a pale pink toward the center, where golden spangles glitter.
Strips of braided felt and cord about an inch wide are used as an out
side facing, to tie around the crown, form loops of, and several strips sewed
together are made into a crown.
Traveling hats of rough camel's hair are very stylish, also those of
cloth like the dress with rows of stitching.
A few tinted and changeable tips are seen, but not many. Black tips
are very prominent, also green and brilliant red effects. Fancy effects in
ostrich tips are selling well, but not the plain three-feather bunches.
Plush caps for children are only in moderate demand; also silk hat
owing to the boom in white embroidered goods and glace silks trimmt--.
with plush beaver.
A heavy black silk guipure IHm has a full velvet crown and a trimming
of the lace in the shape of an At-tian bow held by a jet buckle.
White felt hats are trimmednerally with black tips and jet ornaments.
Even large buckles are made in the shape of a large flat bow; others
have an edging of feathers, with jet, steel or Rhinestone inner edge
504, 506 and 508 Market Street.
CLEARANCE SALE OF 8H0TGUNSI .
Double-Barrel Breech Loading Shotguns, under action, at $3.25.
Double-Barrel Breech Loading Shotguns, top action, twist barrels and all improve
ments, at J12.C0. ,
Double-Barrel Breech Loaders, Bar Bebounding Locks, Choke Bars sod impi.
ments, at tH.60.
Flobert Rifles at 51.75; Itemington action Rifles, 22-caliber, ZZX; Warrant action
Rifles at fa35; 100 Loaded Shells at 5LC0; Shell Belts, 25c; Reloading Tools, 25c; Shoot
ing JacKeti, fl.OO, anil nil other goods at eqnallr loir prices.
STOOD THE TEST!
A few days ago some bargain seektrs put
our Overcoats to the test compared them'
with others they found ours superior and
purchased. This was the result we antici
pated, for we never had such splendid values
as we show this season. Gen
tlemen, if you rejlly care to
save $3 to $4, see the stylish
Overcoats we are selling at
$10, $12 and $15 single and
tons and Cheviots, They re i
ul & V
A special lot of CAPE .OVERCOATS,
sizes 2y2 to 14 years, latest patterns, plain or
kilt back, worjth all cf $5, but sell at $3.50. A
lot of BLUE CHINCHILLA REEFERS,
'very stylish, at $2.75.
. 161-163 .FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY.
We introduce this
season a unique and
Hitherto it has been almost imnossible to
purchase a neat and strlish Trimmed Hat
for less than ?5 or tS. We have, however,
made an arrangement with one of the largest
manufacturers of Trimmed Hats and Bon
nets, by which we will be supplied twice a
week with exceedingly choice and stylish
Trimmed Hats and Bonnet, which we will
be enabled to sell at 51 50, 52, ?2 25, ?2 75
and S2 00.
The Hats and Bonnets are fully equal to
any that are shown costing doable the
These are bold assertions, but a visit to
our Millinery Rooms will convince the pub
lic that we have not exaggerated in the
We have closed out an importer's stock
of OSTRICH FEATHERS Consisting of
Plumes, Prince of Wales Tips, in blacks
and all colors, regular tips, 3 in a bunch;
will place the entire stock on our Bargain
Counters at less than
50 Cents on ths Dollar.
THESE VALUES will demonstrate to
you that we sell Millinery cheaper than any
house in Pittsburg.
TlTTflFTTin For MILLINERY AND
K i .HN DRESSMAKING.InsteeL
Promptly Attended to.
932 and 934 Liberty St ani
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I . i 1 s . J welse