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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 25, 1892.
Will Be Paid by Secretary Foster
When They" Ire Audited.
A CDRT LETTER SENT TO FITCH
TVho Hs requested That Payment le
FLOTSAM AND JETSAM OP POLITICS
"WASHKfQTOS', Kov. 24. Secretary
Charles Foster has written a letter to Eep
resentative A. P. Fitch, Chairman of the
Congressional Committee inYesticating
election methods in Hew York, in regard
to the accounts of John L Davenport, Chief
Superrisor of Eleotions in Uew York, in
which he says:
In reply to your communication of the
Slst Inst. I hare the honor to say that John
L Davenport, the Chief Suporvisor of Elec
tions Tor the Southern district of New York,
has not presented to tho department his
bills for services allowed to havo been ren
dered In the recent ejection, amounting to
$00,000 or any otlier sum. That he has de
mands against the Government for sorvices
rendered at such election, and that he con
templates presenting such demands within
a reasonable time, I have no doubt. Tour
request that when such bills are presented
payment be suspended until such time as
tho committee or Congress, of which you
are Chairman, can have an opportunity to
Terlfy and examine such accounts, I fear
cannot be granted within the law.
Tho act of February 22, 1673, contemplates
a heat-Ins in open court on the question ot
the accuracy of accounts of chief supervis
ors when they nie presented for allowance,
nnd that, If you see proper and desite tobe
heard on that question, you should be
present at the hearlnc. and that the finding
or the couit allonlnathe claim is so far con
clusive to the Treasury Department that it
would not be warranted in suspending liay
ment until yonr committee has un oppor
tunity to verity and examine the accounts,
unless some evidence of fraud or clear and
unequivocal proof of mistake on the part
cf tne coftrt is pointed out. Be assured,
however, that any courtesy consistent with
my duty under tue law will be extended to
CALIFORNIA'S COD HT SUSPENDED
'While a Test ef the Australian System Is
Made in the Courts.
San Fbancisco, Nov. 24. Judge Law
ler last night granted a temporary injunc
tion rcstraininc the election commissioners
from proceeding with the official canvass of
the vote cast in this city at tne recent
elections. The suit is brought by Tames
"Welsh, who alleges that the Australian
ballot law prevented him from enjoying
the secrecy of the ballot, as guaranteed by
the constitution, and that therefore the law
Welsh avers that he is partially blind
and he couldn't vote under the Australian
system without assistance. "Welsh's attor
ney says the result of the National election
may be affected by the suit, and the Legis
lature and municipal elections will be in
valid it sustained in his client's favor.
TELTOH'S SUCCESSION IN DOUBT;
, The Third Party Controls tho California
Legislature This Time.
San Francisco, Nov. 24. It appears
by the full returns that the Third party
will hold the balance of power in the next
Legislature, which will elect a successor to
Senator Felton. The Democrats are five
short of a majority, while the Republicans
require seven to control the Legislature on
This throws the balance of power into
the. hands of seven Independents, and as
their choice on the Senatorial question
cannot be obtained, it leaves the matter of
succession very much in doubt.
A Blow at the People's Party.
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 24. The Fulton
County Alliance, one of the largest and
most influential in the State, passed reso
lutions to-day that it will hereafter be
non-partisan; that all political discussions
be prohibited and that efforts be made by
the order to educate the people so that they
mav become more proficient in agricultural
and mechanical art. This is intended as a
blow to the People's party, which has con
trol of the Alliance.
An Escort for Stevenson.
"Bloomington, Ili, Nov. 24. The
Democrats of this city and vicinity are
making arrangements for escorting Adlai '
E Stevenson to "Washington on the occa
sion of his inauguration. A special train of
parlor cars has been secured, and will go
via Chicago over the Alton and Pennsyl
vania lines. It has been secured for six
days, and will thus give the travelers three
days in "Washington.
Weaver Gets One Oregon Elector.
Salem, Ore., Nov. 24. The Secretary
of State is in receipt of the complete elec
tion returns from all the counties except
five. The returns show that Pierce,' the
Fusion elector, has a plurality of 829 over
the highest iiepuoiican elector. The five
counties to hear from will increase Pierce's
plurality. The electoral vote of Oregon
will stand: Harrison, 3; Weaver, L
Senator Kyle "With the Democrats.
SIOUX Crrr, Ia., Nov. 24. In a pub
lished interview Senator Kyle, of South
Dakota, is quoted with saying that he will
act with the Democrats on the tariff ques
tion, and will vote lor "any judicial meas
ure, that will be a step in the direction of
Planning to Divide Kansas.
Topeka, Kan., Nov. 24. A meetin?
has been called by the leading politicians
of "Western Kansas, at Hutchinson, Friday,
to map out a campaign for the division of
the State, to be laid before the Legislature
and Congress this winter.
A FEW adlets in THE DISPATCH will
sell your bouse and lot. Try it and be con
vinced. CALLED TO NEW YOBK,
J. 31, Gufley Goes East to Confer With Boss
Crokcr, of Tammany.
J. M. Gufley left for New York last
night in answer to a telegram sent him by
Bichard Croker, of Tammany Hall.
"There is no political significance attached
to my going to New York," 3Ir. Gufley
said." "Mr. Croker is a warm personal
friend of mine, and it is highly probable he
is calling me to New York on some busi
"Have you made up your mind in regard
to the mayoralty nomination?"
"No, I have not. Mjr business interests
are demanding my individual attention just
now, and I have not been thinking much of
the mayoralty contest. My friends are
anxious that I should enter the fight, but I
hesitate before taking the important step.
There is plenty of time yet in which to de
cide upon a candidate."
Senator Brown in Pittsburg.
State Senator-elect John H. Brown, of
"Westmoreland county, was in Pittsburg
yesterday in conference with political and
personal friends. Senator Brown is a
larmer. He-was Chairman of the Repub
lican Committee of his county for two years
and he is generally looked upon as the
leader of bis party in his district. He re
ceived the largest vote ever polled by any
Bepublican in "Westmoreland county, and
while "Westmoreland county was" carried by
the Democrats by majorities ranging from
"22 to 560 votes. Senator Brown was elected
by a majority of 15 TOtei.
NEWS OF THE STAGE. .
The progi amnio describes Dan ISylrealn
"Ben-My-Chree'" as Mr. Barrett's "original
creation." Having assisted Mr. Hall Caine
in the dramatization of his novel "the
Deemster," on which "Ben-My-Chree" is
built, it is but natural' that Mr. Barrett
should find In this play tho background that
is best suited to his histrionic powers. Da i
Hylrea is a vounjr fisherman who in self-defense
kills tho brother of the girl he loves,
the brotner wanting to avengo his sister, as
he thinks Dan has wronged her. Dam
father, who is a bishop, saves his eon from
the gallows bv vlrtuo of his clerical author
ity hich on the Isle of Man, where tlie play
t nkes place, is superior to civil tribunal,
but condemns bun to live in constant
silence, never exchanging a word with his
sn eethcart. The Goiernor of the Island, how
ever, who is tho rejected iover of Dant
girl, prefers charges of immorality against
her, and as Dan is thepnly person who, by
his evidence, can save her, ho breaks his
vow ot silence lor her sake and consequent
ly innst suffer tho penalty ot death. The
plot is straightlorward, logical and simple
and gains much in effectiveness by being
vitalized on the stage. As Dan, Mr. Barrett
shows himcelf possessed of much more emo
tional power than, his previous per
formances havo warranted; in tho
sceno where his father, The Bishop,
pronounces judgment upon him and
ho realizes that forthwith he has
to live the life of a hermit, tho still resigna
tion with which he accepts his fate is truly
touching. Equally impi essive Is his sorrow
over having killed young kwan Mylrea, and
the noble, self-sacrificing spirit, that in
spite of all Dan' j laults, is a pi edominatlng
leature of his character, Is admirably por
trayed and leelingly suggested. Miss Maud
Jeffries gives to the part of Jlona. Mylrea a
very sympathetic tinge and rises to con
siderable height In tho strong scenes. In
tho ungrateful part of The Deemster Mr. Mc
Leay was very good and Jir. Melford gave a
true picture ot the heart-broken Bishop. Tho
staging of the play was carried out to the
minutest detail, and considering that tho
peiformanceull around was such a success
that several curtain calls were demanded
atter each act.lt is to bo wondeted that
Ben-My-Chiee" was not played earlier in
the u oefc.
A BPLEirnn) performance of George H.
Boker's tragedy "Franceses Da Kimlni"
was given at tho Alvin Theater last night,
Frederick Wardens Lan'iot'o, Louis James
as the Jester and Miss Edythe Chapman as
Franceses weie excellent. The whole pro
duction, however, was upon a roally grand
scale of art The superb color of the Italian
backsround was preserved always in
scenery and costumes alike. Nothing finer
m its wav has been teen upon our stage
than the cathedral scene, with Its stained
glass windows npparentlv casting a rich
glow upon the lighted nltar. Luckily the
theater could hardly find room for the crowd
that flocked there last nljlir, and if this
picturesque plav of intense intetest, well
acted and splendidly staged, docs not draw
a great an audience to-night it will be ft
pity. Messrs. Wanle and James deserve tue
success they are meeting with.
"TnE Lost Paradise" opens a two weeks'
engasement at the Alvin Theater next Mon
day. "Tho Lost Paradise," Henry C. Do
Mllle's latest play, is purely American In
theme, In locality, in character nnd in treat
ment. He has woven about the much dis
cussed labor question a love story of power
ful Interest and invested it with strong,
forciblo and graceful dialogue. As in his
other successful plays, Mr. De Mille has
selected a subject of real life, one that
enlists the strongest sympathies and he has
worked it out withahiirli moral and humane
purpose. Mr. Charles Frohman has selected
an excellent cat for its proper presenta
tion, which will include Foirest Kolilnsnn,
Frank Dayton, Meriam Bruce, Chailes
nikes, S. S. Wiltsie. Esther Lyons, "Virginia
Mailowe, Frances Lander, nnd others.
CnAitixs H. Hott's apology for having
written "A Trip to Chinatown" which ap
pears at the Duquesne Theater next week,
is that whatever tho play may bo it is nil
that is claimed for it. 1 he c impany tha t
appears here next week embraces many
members ot the New York oast, including
Burt Haverly, George A. Beano. Jr.. Richard
Karl, Gns P. Thoma. Lillian Swain, Harry
Gilfoil, V. D. Lewie, Cniolme Boelon. Grace
Kensington, tho McCoy sisters, Patticeand
L lura Digger. The musical numbers which
have already become so popular that they
are played on ni-arly every piano through
out tho land embrace, "Out Jor a Backet,"
"The Pretty Widow," "On the Bowery,"
"I'usu uam uiouas, i;np luung vnuper
one." "The Waiting Maid" and some extra
"Faj.tasma" will be presented at the
Grand Opera Hoise next week with a good
company and with all the novel and In
genious" mechanical effects and surprises
that have made it one of tho most popular
attractions of recent years.
Tc-HionT Mr. Wilson Barrett will produce
Tliaraou" with a wealth of splendid
scenery. The plav is said to be powerlul
and Mr. Barrett's performance in It is quite
beyond the ordinary.
Ail. the theaters had standing room only
last night, and the matinees nere well at
tended. N. S. Wood, a great favorite nt Harris'
Theater, is booked there for next week.
nUDAY POOR MAN'S DAT
At the P. C. C. C, Clothiers, Corner Grant
and Diamond Streets.
We have selected a lot of clothing (ye.
good substantial clothing) and placed It in
our well lighted basement, to be sold at
very lowpnces to-day (Fiiday). Kead the
SOJ pairs of bovs' wool knee pants, good
and heavy, sizes from 4 to It 2Gc
220 men's blue and black fur beaver
ulsters, sizes up to 16, at, $5 75
140 men's cheviot stoim overcoats, with
extra large collar, heavily lined, for... 4 80
150 men's blue and bl.ick chinchilla fly
front overcoats, with velvet collar, all
sizos, at 4 20
200 men's black, blue, drab and stone
color overcoats, line cassliuere lining
and inlaid velvet collars, a very nice
garment, at 6 50
SCO men's double-breasted sack suits,
wltrrdouble-breasted vest?, made of a
genuine cheviot, and in nice dark
shades, all sizes, for 6 50
50 dozen natural wool shirts and draw-
eis, all sizes, at. 26c
These prices are for Friday only.
P. C. C. C, Clothiers,
Cor. Grant and Diamond streets.
NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS
Of perfect purity.
Of great strength.
Economy In their use
Flavor as delicately
and dellclouslv as the fresh fPuIt
For sale by Geo. IL Stevenson & Co., and
all first-class grocers.
IT HAS STOOD THE TEST
For ice cream, sauces, etc., add 1 or
i r11' mw mp ww m f ip-p mm rwr Vtwp i'f p wP'W OP'wryy i jKur-ii --
"WHEKE DRTGOOD9 ABE BOTH
PLENTY AND LO"W PRICED.
Douglas & Hackle', 151, 153, 165 Federal
Bargain seekers should not fall to call at
Douglas 4 Mackle's. 151, 153, '155 Federal
street, before finally making their pur
chases. These three large stores are fairly
bristling with the most fashionable and
seasonable goods in every department, and
at the lowest prices known. The ladies will
bo attracted by the splendid department of
dress goods, where imported stuffs and the
choicest American novelties are found in
very largo selection. The space devoted to
black dress goods contains a fine seleotlon
of henriettas, serges, novelty fcoods, includ
ing whip cords, burmahs, matlasse, etc.,-eto.
For household uses a very 'tempting array
or linen:, towels, table linens and damasks,
embracing the best things from Germany,
Ireland and Scotland, are on sale, at prices
to gladden tho housewife's heart. Blankets
from the all' wool country to the finest Call
fornias are hero in abundance, alongside
eiderdown quilts and covers. Tho cloak de
partment is as large as some entire stores,
and is replete with bargains in every style of
materials and shnpesof "wraps, jackets, gar
ments, capes, muffs, boas, eto. On tho same
floor is a tine selection ot ladles' aults, wrap,
pers and tea gowns.
To enumerate the lines of other articles
would be Impossible here, but these stores
are complete and prices so low that a visit
will be amply repaid in the saving on pur
chases. Pekiect action and perfect health result
rom the use otDe Witt's Little Early Risers.
A perfect little pill. Very small; very sure
DONOHOTJE-BUZAHD-At St. John's
Church, Southside. by Rev. Falkner, Miss
Amelia. M. Dosououe, or Pittsburg, and Mr.
Geo. C. Bczabo, of Seattle, Wash.
BUEGER On Thursday morning, No
vember 24, 1892, at 3 o'clock, Ida, daughter of
Frank Burger, aged 7 years.
Funeral from residence of parents, Mc
Eee's Bocks, Saturday mornisq, at 9 o'clock.
HUNTER At the family residence, 321
Olive stteet, McKnesport, Pa., on Weunes
day, Novemuer23, at 5 A..M.,ilAr.aAKETiiU3T,
wiie of George Huuter, Jr.
Funeral services at St. Peter's Church,
McKeesport, on Friday at 9 a. k. Interment
Oil City, Pa,, and Buffalo, N. T., papers
KESSLEE On Wednesday, November 23,
1S9A ut 7 a. it., August Kisslke, aged 50 years
Funeral on Friday, at 2 r. it, from his lato
residence, No. 817 Selby alley, Twenty-ninth
ward, Southside, Pittsburg, Fa. Friends
and members or Southside Council No. 236,
O. U. F., areiuvited. a
MONTGOMERY On ThursdayNovember
24, jra2, at i:5J a. iL, Elizabeth AIuktqomiby,
eiuesi uuugmer oi Auuruw aiiti tieuuie atom
gomeiy. Funeral services on Friday attkrhooit,
November 25, 189-J, at 2:30 o'clock, Irom resi
dence, Xp. 2 Loau street. Interment
McBEIDE On Tuesday, Novemoer 22,
IStt. at 8:30 p. it., (V'Illiam F. MoUbibk, in ha
Funeial from his late residence, 218 Mey
lan avenue, ou Friday morsi.no at 9 o'clock,
services ut tit. Paul's Cathedral at 10 A. v.
McDUNALD On Wednesday. November
23, iBsd. at 1.SU r. x., Joaxra lDikuuuiii,
ouly cnild ot J. F. and Nannie M. McDonald,
aged 2 i ears 5 months 10 days.
Funeral from the parents' residence. Un-
dercliff, P. & W. B. R., ou Fiupay. at 2 r. jc
Friends ot the family aio tespectlully invited
to attend. 2
McDONALD-On Thursday, November 24,
189A at 2.50 a. x., Eliza C., j ouugest daughter
oi Si. A. and Mury AicDuiiald.
Funeial liom tho paieuts' residence, cor
ner of War'l and Frazler streets, on Satub
day, November 26, at 9 a. jl Friends of the
family respectfully invited to attend.
O'CONNELL-On "Wednesday, Nov. 23.
1S92, at 7:30 p. m., Thomas J., only son of
Ellen and the late Edward O'Connell, aged
Funeral from the residence of his brother,
Nineteenth street, city, on Friday at 8:30 A.
x. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend. 2
PERRY On Wednesday, November 23, at
2:30 A.M.. Amy PEBny, daughter of Thomas
and Dora Perry, aged 7 years and 2 months.
Funeral will take place from their resi
dence, William street. Thirty-second ward,
on .Friday-, November 25, at 9.30 a.m. Friends
are respectfully invited to attend.
RUSSENBERGER On Wednesday, No
vember 23, 1692, at 7:40 P. M.. at 8 becond
street, 'Sharpsbur,?, Pa, Maeoabet Rcsseh
beboer, ageu 51 years.
Funeral irom above residence, Sunday, 2
p. M. Friends of the lamily are respectfully
invited to attend.
SEILING On Wednesday, November 23,
1S92, at 6:05 a. si., Misa Matilda M. Seiling, in
her 31st year.
Funeral services at the residence of her
parents. Woods' Run avenue, near Sew
Brighton road, on Fbipay ArTERifooir, No
vember 25,at 1:30 o'clock. Friends of the fam
ily are respectfully invited to attend.
SLATER On Wednesday, November 23,
1S92, ut 7 p. m , at Claremont, Sarab Slater,
aged 58 years.
Funeral from West Penn depot. Federal
street, Allegheny, on Friday mobsiso at
STUART On Wednesday, November 23
1892, at 8:30 A.M., James 11, Stuart, aged 50
Funeral from his residence, No. 52 Sarah
street, Allegheny, Friday, November 25, at
TEEDER At Chicago, HI., November 20,
1892, J. Irwin Veedeb, son of Heiman Veeder.
of Pittsburg, Pa.
Burial at Sewlckley, Friday, 10 a. it.
WELDON On Thursday.Novemher 24, 1691
at 12:30 p. m at her residence, 719 lieatcy
street, near Stanton avenue, Clare E. Mo
Fapdew, wiie of James A. Wcldon.
Funeral high mass at Sacred Heat t Church,
East End, on Saturday at 9 a. m. Interment
Harrisburg papers please copy. 2
(fnrces'orto Meyer, Arnold &Ca. T,!m.)
tJNDHRTAKER AND KMBALMER.
Ofce and residence, 1134 Pennavonuo.
Telophoue connection. myll-57-vwj,3u
JAMES U. FOLLERTON,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEE,
No. 6 Eighth street.
Chapel for private lunerals.
mylO-99-wrsn Telephone 1153
All Flno Flowers in enson.
A. M. & J. B. MURDOCH,
Tel. 429. MOSmlthfleld street
novl9 mwp ,.
THE ONLY REASON
For the continued increase of THE
DISPATCH adlets is that they gto
Of all climates, 'being shipped to
every country. For more than 30
years the old reliable
GAIL BORDEN EAGLE' BRAND
Condensed Milk has been the favor
ite with American housekeepers.
a Richness, purity and health are the
1 characteristics of the "Eagle" brand.
Grocer and Druggist sell it.
3 parts water to 1 of condensed milk. .
Mra, Ed. Swan
21 Years Suffering Ended by One Bot
The intense misery of those who suffer
with sick headache is beyond description.
The wonderful success or Hood's Sarsapar
ilia in curing this trouble warrants us in.
urging all who are afflicted by. sick headache
to glvo'this medicine a trial. Bead this:
"Few people suffer as much as I have with
sick headache. I have had it by spells for
SI years, sometimes as often as
Three Times a Week;
I would set up with it, suffer all day, go to
bed with it, and have it all nlzht. 1 tried
everything that was recommended,but never
was cured until about a year ago, when
Persuaded mo to try one bottle of Hood's
Earsaparilla. I am glad to say that It cured
me, and I have not had a sick headache
since I took the first bottle of Hood's Sarsa
parllla. It has done me a great deal of good
in other ways, nnd has increased my weight
from 122 to 142 pounds. I cannot praie
Hood's Sarsaparllla enough." iins. Ed.
Swax, Duncanville, III.
HOOD'S FILLS cure constipation by re
storing the peristaltic aotion or the alimen
tary canal. Sold by all druzglsts.
They Are Away Up In G
Is what everyone says about our cork sole
shoes. They touch the top notch in every
point of excellence.. that footwear can pos
sess. You can nb'more excel these shoes
than the tenor can strike a note above G
and trespass the vocal domain of alto and
Their merits are easy to C,
In appearance they're way up in Q.
Let us give you a Q,
Have them fitted to TJ,
And.discover how happy TJ B.
And once you wear this shoe it will have
a mortgage on your foot N that you'll never
C. A. VERNER,
Cor. Fifth Ave. and Market.
430-436 Market Street.
Bright Kid Lace at
' Is a low figure in compari
son with the quality. To
announce a sale of this kind
brings hosts of buyers.
Who could resist a Shoe
like this encircled with as
much style and comfort?
Every width from AAA
to D. All the shapes. All
the sizes. Very few, in
deed. Our Footwear ranks
above the average. Our
Perfect Fitting System an
ALLEGHENY'S LEADING MAKKET
Florist, E. C. LUDWIG. Special atten
tion to receptions, weddings and funeral
decorations. Stands 217-220 Allegheny mar
ket, Allegheny, Fa. Telephone S024. Or.en
daily. No connection with any other
raw s Cork Sole ties.
BEFKESENTE DIN PITTS BTJRG-IN 1801.
INS. CO. OF NORTH AMERICA.
Assets, i9.278.220 oo.
Losses adiustedund paid by
' WILL1AAI L, JUNE3.-H Fourth av.
B. & B.
Christmas is coming, and we
know there are a great many
people who want to make
good useful presents like this:
To-Day in North Aisle,
New Silk and Dress Goods
Rooms, Center Counter, be
tween Black Goods and Silk
Department, will be on sale
251 DRESS PATTERNS,
6 yards, 43 inches wide, fine
Cashmere Serges in each,
Black and White and Grey
and White Invisible Plaid and
Check Effects. Good styles,
not quite all wool, but soft;
fine, firm well-made goods,
worth much more money than
$2. See for yourself about
that, and buy or not as you
wish, but we predict these will
sell so quick that all and many
more will be wanted.
BQGG5 I BUHL
ARTICLES SUGGESTED BY THE
To which we direct yonr special attention
to oar large and extensive assortment of
90 Cents to $25 Per Pair.
We guarantee exceptionally good values
At $3.00 to $6.00 Per Pair.
Also to our large line of
The lowest priced ones we have, and which
we believe to be the best in the market for
the price. 6x6. at $4.50. The next crade.
which we believe to be the best offered at
the price, is $5; and then we have an extra
large size, 6x7, at 6.60, as well as finest
grades ranging from $9 to $20.
We devote a large amount of space to the
display of these two lines of goods. They
can be seen very easily and with great satis
faction to the buyer. We invite your in
spection. We feel satisfied that we can
suit everyone to their entire satisfaction,
both as to quality and price.
41 Fifth Avenue.
OF LADIES CLOTH
-$$ off sorae,-
-15 off some, -
-$20 off some.-
Our finest and best Tailor-Made
Cloth Jackets, for Ladies, are selling
at the above reduction THIS WEEK.
OUR SUCCESS OF
-Monday and Tuesday's
With the above reduction, has opened
the eyes of buyers and they are
Up the goods in great shape.
Why not, when so good and cheap?
Leaders in Cloth Garments
CM). WOOD STREET AND 'FIFTH AVENUE.
BBOAD BUM EL4T HAT!
to some extent
quite odd in ap
nounced a suc
cess by all who
have seen it.
is radical, but
decidedly good. You'll miss it
if you don t call and see it Urn
store is not an everything store,
and as we make a specialty of
Hats, we can do better with you
both in price and quality. We
are agents for Knox, of New
York; Tress & Co. and A. J.
White, of London; and in me
dium goods our Avondale Hat
at $2 is unsurpassed.
441 WOOD ST.
"K EXT3A L0N3
16 other styles up to $5 a pair.
Styles E., O., L., B., Nursing,
Young Ladies' Abdominal.
Sold and guaranteed by Leading Dealers
throughout tho United States. n623-arwr
Our venerable friend, Mr. Gobbler, too an
cient for a roast. U giving thanks for havlne
Been "lelt." Those of our townspeople
whose eyesight is affected are giving thanks
because in our optical establishment they
can find ready relief, our reputation as the
leading opticians or the State cannot be as
sailed. Onr glasses are positively unrivaled.
They help and do not lnjnre the eyes, as too
man v do. If you need glasses come to us and
bo fitted with our scientific productions.
CHESSMAN OPT. CO.,
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; ' ffMjr'
ipluu $Mm !n L
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SPEAKING ABOUT BARGAINS
You should see our Fine All-Wool NOVELTY SUITINGS, 52 inches
wide, made to retail at $1.25.
We have just 50 PIECES, we bought them cheap F fv per
and we want to sell them all in THREE DAYS, The Q fj
price is what will do it. : : : : : " "" "
Grandest Bargains in Cloaks Ever Offered Anywhere.
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151. 153 AND 155 FEDERAL ST.. ALLEGHENY.
WELL BRED, SOON WED." GIRLS WHO USE
ARE QUICKLY MARRIED. TRY IT IN YOUR NEXT
TH E best evidence of the good values we
are giving is the constant increase in
business. Every day we are selling more
than the same time a year ago. The facts
are our Suits made tomeasure $25 and $30 are
great values,fully one-third under lowest prices
extant. Great assortment to' select from.
Again, we have Overcoats made ready to put on, just as If your measure was
taken of course you save from $10 to 820. Good Overcoats from 815 to 830.
HOTEL ANDEHSON BLOCK.
i 6. CAIPBBLL &
IN LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
CASHMERE - GLOVES,
At 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c and 75Cj
Also in Lined Kid Gloves at
50c, 75c, $1, $1.25, $1.50, and $2,
Plain and fur top.
Men's Natural Wool J-Hose, En
REGULAR PRICE 50a
Special values in
In Cheviot, Sateen, Flannel, Mohair
Wool and Silk, at
75c, $1.25, $1.50, $2, $2.25,
$3.25 to $14.00.
These goods are all new and FULL
SIZE, and CANNOT BE SEEN
Open till 9 P. M. Saturday.
Body Brussels Carpets,
And all kinds of Ingrain Car
pets. Everything new in style,
choice in color. All at
SPECIAL LOW PRICES.
Wall Paper in every quality
and style for wall and ceiling.
Special styles in choice colors.
You should see our stock be
fore you buy.
136 FEDERAL ST.,
ALLEGHENY CITY, PA.
NEW PHOTO STUDIO,
101 FIFTH AVE., : :
: 1 1 1 PITTSBURG.
: OF NEW YORK.
$10 PER DOZEN, x x x
OO SIXTH STREET,
CEO. W. SNAIN,
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