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THE ' PrTTHBUBtt DISPATCH, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1892.
FAIR Cm CHATTER.
A Budget of Gossip That Will Inter
PRESBYTERIANS AFTER REFORMS.
Onr IxilMti t the Big Show Far Eelow
the General Average.
A. QEEAT ADTANTAGE IS IGNORED
TSTZOAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISrATCII.
Chicago, Nov. SO. The aggressiveness
characteristic of Chicago has caused the
Chicago Presbytery of the Presbyterian
Church to lead off in disapproving the milk-and-water
changes which were made in the
creed of that church by the recent General
Assembly. The great majority by which
the changes proposed were disapproved 38
to 15 indicates that the class of ministers
are in the fight to stay and that nothing
will satisfy them but a radical revision of
the present statement of the church's belief.
Unlike Pittsburg, the conservatives
here are in a minority, and are
compelled to fight hard for every inch
of ground which they retain. The reason
of this probably is that the church here lias
to win its recruits from the body of the
people. It does not receive its member
ship from inheritance, so to speak, as do
the churches in Pittsburg and other older
communities of the East. The conditions
prevailing in Chicago are identical with
those of many pirts of the West, and there
is scarcelv any doubt that the demand of
the Presb'vtenans for a short, crisp creed
vhich shall be more easily capable of de
fense will be seconded by other Western
rresbyteries which are yet to be heard
A tost Opportunity.
A. recent editorial in The Dispatch
called attention to a Pittsburg man's regret
that Pittsburg would have nothing with
t hich to match the cheap power which
BufHlo would secure by utilizing power
of Niagara Falls and bv which she hoped
to attract manufacturers to locate there.
As an expert at borrowing trouble that
particular I'lttsburger deserves a medal.
The power hat not yet been realized bv
Buffalo; it is at best ouly hoped for, aud
may never come, and when it does come, it
it ever does, it may end probably
will be so expensive as to be unavailable for
the ordinary manufacturer.
Hut there is one thin; iu which Pittsburg
manufacturers are voluntarily depriving
themselves of a great a (vantage and per
mitting their business rivals to get far
sherd or them aud that is in failing to ex
hibit at the Columbian Exposition. One of
the Chicago papers recently published a
complete list of the applicants for space
in all departments, together with
their residences, and another one
published separately lists of applicants
lrom Chicaso, Xew York, Philadelphia and
other Eastern cities. The New Yorkers
v ho propose to exhibit are so numerous that
it took a column and n half nonpareil solid
to contain their names. Philadelphia was
put in a column aud a quarter, Chicago had a
larger showing than either, but the names
of the Pittsburg exhibitors could all be
printed within the compass of two "sticks."
Pittsburg Away In the Rar.
The State of Pennsylvania will have a
xerr large representation among the ex
hibits at the Fair. There isscarcely a town
which will not show something, but in the
number ot exhibits, there are places like
Erie, lor instance, which go ahead of Pitts
burg. It has been pointed out by The Dis
1'A.tch, both by correspondence and edi
torially, that Pittsburg business men by do
ing this are cutting their own throats. It is
not the merchant who has the best goods
who cets the trade. It is the one who
makes the most brilliant and attractive
nlsplay in his show windows and who
excels in calling attention to what he
has. Tne man who advertises is the man
who gets along. In the Chicago Fair there
Is an unrivaled opportnnity for cheap and
effective advertising. Every other city in
the Union is wide awake and eager to take
advantage of it. No city of its size has so
Jew exhibitors as Pittsburg. The space has
not yet been fully alloted, and it is not too
late yet to get in.'
An Important Test Case.
In the midst of the rush of dedication
week the wa'ters at the large cafe of the
Grand Palace Hotel heard that girls were
to be employed in their places and ab
ruptly stopped work and gave notice to
their'head waiter, Mike Driscoll, formerly
ot the Pittsburg Club Cafe, that they would
not be an hand on the following day. The
receiver refused to pay them their wages
up to the time of the strike
and threatened to have the whole force ar
raigned lor contempt of court in quitting
without further notice. One of the men
brought suit for his wages, as a test case.
mid this afternoon recovered judgment for
the lull amount, together with costs and
attorney's fee. The receher gave notice
that he'would appeal the case and declared
that the waiter should not succeed in col
lecting his money without first going to the
Among the marriage licenses taken out
to-day at the County Clerk's office was that
ot N. Koffler, of Pittsburg, who proposes
to marry Mis-. V. Dreidenger, of the same
) lace. Mr. Koffler did not explain to the
cleric why he had brought his brine West to
have the ceremony performed, but merely
added, in compliance with the requirements
ot the law, that he was 28 years of age and
his fiance 2L
Chicago's Natural Gas Supp y.
Following close upon the introduction of
natural gas in this city come reports from
the source ot supply in Indiana that the
wells are giving out and that the most
Industrious boiing of new wells" cannot
keep up the supply as it was when the
fields were first opened. Many of the com
i anics Iiae ceased supplying factories and
large consumers, and have made as many of
their patrons as possible take their product
through the meter.
Others have issued circulars suggesting
to their patrons the propriety of putting in
u supply of coal to cover a probable de
ficiency in the supply ot gas. One of such
circulars is issued by the Salimonic
Mining and Gas Company, of Fort Wayne.
It announce that thediroctors have author
ized an expenditure of 5120,000 to increase
the supply ot gas, aud says that in view of
the experience ot other cities the invest
ment is a -very hazardous one. "Lima, O.,"
it says, "three years ago had a rock pressure
in her line of 340 pounds, being much above
the Indiana field; to-day it has fallen to
CO pound', and pumps are being put in to
help lorce the gas to consumers. All her
churches school nouses and public build
ings liae been shut oil entirely, aud not
& boiler is supplied at any price."
The officers of the Economic Fuel Gas
company, which has just laid its pipes in
this city, sav that notwithstanding these
reports from Indiana there will be no embar
rassment in Chicago from a shortage in the
supply, but they are taking in advance
all the precautions which the Indiana com
panies are taking, now that the shortage is
actually upon them. The Economic sup
pi. es gas only to private consumers, and in
nil cases prefers patrons who use the gas
for culinary purpose, and in every instance
the supply comes through a meter arid is
charged for at the rate of 0 cents per 1,000
feet The supply of this company is
drawn through two eight-inch pipes
leading from the field, and the
officers say that the amount which
Is thns drawn from its wells is
less than is used by a single large factory
in the Kokomo district They say that it
is the experience of Pittsburg and every
other gas district that when one well fails
another drilled near it will produce a lib
eral supply, and by keeping up the borjng
they are sure of enough gas to keep their
ltocr cahdt and Klein's Duquesne Whisky
euro a cold very quickly.
S0WH 10 W0ML
The Subject of Freight Discrimination In
the Chamber of Commerce.
The Committee on Transportation and
Railroads of the Chamber of Commerce is
hard at work npon the subject of freight
discrimination. All grievances have been
pnt on file and have been put in ihape for
readr reference. The committee is preparing
La circular to be sent to all the traffic man
agers in the city, setting forth tne various
complaints that have been called to trie
attention of the committee since it began its
The various agents will be requested to
give some answer to the charges of discrimi
nation put forth, and when a return has been
made the committee will make its full re
port before the Chamber.
Besides getting information from both
sides here, the committee has addressed let
ters to the Chambers of Commerce of other
cities requesting a report of the advantages
they have gained by having- freight bureaus
connected with them.
THISXL SUKrlUSE TCU, LADLES,
As Well as the Urygoods Houses Which
May Attempt to Match TCanfmanns'
250 pieces fine all-wool American dress
goods, fully 33 lnohes wide, usually consid
ered very cheap, at 63o toGOo per yard, at
only 24e per yard. Kacpm asks'
Seir Drygoods Depaitment,
Pclobet Church Organs.
Mellor & Hoeno, 77 Fifth Avenue.
A perlect imitation of a pipe organ at
less than one-naif tlie cost, i'oichuiches,
schools, halls and homes. In artistio
cases, in all woods. Only to be seen and
JIellob & Hoehe's, Founded 1831.
Wureruoins, 77 Filth avenue.
JAMES GETTY& CO.,
180 FIRST AVENUE,
'" PITTSBURG, PA.,
Announce that they have some of the cele
brated O. T. C Whisky which has become
so popular In the New York clubs and Is be
ing used so extensively by those who Insist
upon having the purest and best. The flavor
of this celebrated Whisky Is something on
usual, and It is admittedly the choicest
article upon the market. Speaking concern
ing it a prominent man recently said:
"It requires a refined Us to to appreciate a
fine Whisky. O. P. C. has become popular
because It is so line, and Its popularity shows
that the publlo taste Is becoming more re
fined. I do not see why people will use an
Inferior article when they can secure the
best at practically the same figure. I use
only O. F. C."
If you have never tasted this celeDrated
Whisky you should certainly try It.
FINE DYEING AND U.KANINO.
G Sixth ave, Pittsburg, Fa.
Telephone Mas. r.
knows when it is pleased. It is always
pleased with the fragrant and peculiar
Which has been for more than a quarter
of a century the desire and delight of
comfort lovers everywhere. It strikes
the taste of many fastidious smokers.
BlackwelTs Durham Tobacco Co.,
DURHAM, N. C.
ANY IN PRICE.
$7.50 FOR AN
Originally made for
$10 FOR AN
T Originally made 'for I
8 $15 FOR AN Q
Originally made for
ffittlj 1 wft & m. V1 ibem!? V y J,atj
jrfvsM smtxnas sv"j
That over three-quarters
of the children attending
school sutler from various
natural and acquired de
fects of eyesight whioh
should demand Intelli
gent and speedy atten
tion. Scholars having eye
strain are extended an
'invitation to have their
sight examined compet
ently, fiee of expense, on
Saturday moraines at nur
A veritable haul a scoop In handker
chiefs. Thousands ot dozens lrom 60 to
$7 co each. The cheapest you ever saw.
Here are hints:
Embroidered Silk Handkerchiefs,
Embroidered Chiffon Handkerchiefs,
10c, 10c, 10c, 10c
Did yon ever hear the like? Silk or
Chiffon Handkerchiefs, white or colors,
embroidered corners and scalloped edges.
See them 10c
Silk Initial Handkerchiefs at 19c
Handsomely-embroidered initial, good
silk. To see is to buy 19c
8wis3 Embroidered Handkerchiefs,
200 different styles, exquisite, elaborate
embroidery. The finest you ever saw at
SEE OTJE HANDKERCHIEFS.
Plain White, Colored Border, Hemstitched,
Pind them in center aisle on entering.
81, 83, 85, 87 and 89 Fifth Ave.
Holiday Presents I
The Largest and Finest Assortment
Ever Seen In This City.
Sold at Extremely Low Prices.
J. DIAMOND, iSi
A handsome souvenir given to every pur
Shortness of money should not prevent yon from doing a good turn or hinder yon
from making a relative or friend happy at Christmas Tide.
Honey or no money, we are here to serve you. We have a stock of goods to make
clad the heart of any housekeeper. Tf hat more sensible or usetul than something In tne
line of Furniture, Carpets, etc? From now until the close of the year we maKo special
zeduotions throughout to rednoe stock during the winter months and to make room for a
completely new line in the spring.
ANYTHING ON TIME.
MURPHY BROS. CO.'S GREAT HOLIDAY SALE!
On These Terms ! On These Terms I
$ 12.00 WORTH, 50 Cts. CASH AND 50 Cts. WEEKLY.
$ 25.00 WORTH, $ 1.00 CASH AND $ 1.00 WEEKLY.
$ 50.00 WORTH, $2.00 CASH AND $2.00 WEEKLY.
$ 75.00 WORTH, $2.50 CASH AND $2.50 WEEKLY.
$100.00 WORTH, $3.00 CASH AND $3.00 WEEKLY.
EELIABILITY OUR REPUTATION.
"Wo guarantee our patrons thoronah satisfaction In character and quality of goods,
prices and terms. We can please you, MUST please you, WILL please you. We simply
ask a trialan opportunity to prove the sincerity ot our business. WE ASK IN CASH
ONLT WHAT WE ADVEETISE.
MURPHY BROS. CO.
THE RELIABLE HOME FURNISHERS.
No. 27 Seventh Street, Near Penn Avenue,
PITTSBURG, PA. .
JBuslness with you conductedIn strict confidence.
To buy better Whisky for
Family, iiM or
It is certainly the old-fashioned
Quarts $i each, or six for $$.
Mail orders solicited.
Neatly and securely packed.
Goods shipped promptly.
Jos. Fleming & Son,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists,
413 Market Street, Cor. Diamond,
14 fENN. AVENGE, flTlSBUKQ, irA.
As old residents know and uaolc flloi ol
Pittsburg papers prove, Is the oldest estab
lished ana most prominent physician in thi
city, devoting special attention to all cbronla
&emsNU FEE UNTIL CURED
sponsible KirnriQ and mental dii
persons IMLR V UUO ease", ph steal de
cay, nervous debility, lack 01 energy, ambi
tion and hope,liiiairedmemory, dtsordrel
sight, self distrust, bashfulness. dizziness,
s leeples-neis, pimples, eruptions, impover
ished blood, falling powers, organlo weak
ness, dyspepsia, constipation, consumption,
unfitting the person forbutirtess, m cletj an-j
marriage, permanently, saiely and priv uely
rtBLOOU and skints;
eruptions, blotches, falling lialr,bones,palnx,
glandular swelling ulcerations ot tin
tongue, mouth, throat, ulcers, old gore, ars
cured tor life, and blood poisons thoroughly
eradicated lroin I IDIM A DV kidneyant
the system. U II I IN A II I ; bladder de
rangements, weak back; gravel, catarrhal
discharges, inflammation and other painful
symptoms receive searching treatment
prompt relief and real curei
Dr. Whlttler's life-long extensive experi
ence insures scientlflo and reliable treat
menton common sense principle. Consulta
tion free. Patients at a distance as carefully
treated as If here. Office boars. tA.jf.toi
r. v. Sundav. 10 A. n. to 1 r. it. onlv. 1K.
WiUTXlJ-tt.SU feuaJveaae, I'iUslmr. fa
I win send (sealed!
FREE the recipe
that made a man of
me. It cannot iailto
cure Varicocele. Lost Vigor and all malts of Indis
cretions or excesses. Address with stamp. Wit.
BV1JLEB, Box 14T. Marshall, Mich.
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I Boys' Clothing is our hobby. No department in our entire store receives closer attention. We take great pride in saying
' fo trip mnthpn; rS Pirtchnrcr- "Crimp in nnrl fir nut vmir rinv frnm trip hpQr. hiororpst mrnt variprl facriinnnVilp anrl Irmpct
priced stock in the country." To;day, however, we extend the extraordinary invitation to call and buy the finest grades of
'cr2 Boys' Clothing for about half former prices. This big mark-down sale is necessitated by the close approach of the holidays
requiring our attention in Christmas and fancy goods, bo here they go!
BIG TUMBLE IN BOYS' OVERCOATS.
(This department, having been moved from the fourth to the second floor, is now most conveniently located for purchasers.)
A lot of Boys' heavy Cape Overcoats, in nice patterns, reduced from $2.50 to $1.35.
A lot of Boys' fine Scotch Plaid Cape Overcoats, very warm, reduced from $4 to $2.24.
A lot of Boys' fancy Kilt Overcoats, in fine and reliable materials; reduced from $5 to $2.83. .
A lot of finest Kilt Overcoats (Best & Cc's celebrated styles) reduced from $8 to $4.78.
A lot of Boys' Nobby English Box Overcoats, in fine plain materials, reduced from $8 to $4.37.
A lot of Boys' warm Cheviot and Cassimere Ulsters, just the thing for cold weather; reduced from $5.50 to $2.98.
A lot of Boys' extra fine Storm Overcoats, in Chinchillas and Beavers; reduced from $9 to $4.85.
A lot of Young Men's (ages 14 to 19) Single and Double Breasted Melton Overcoats; reduced from $12 to $6.65.
A lot of Young Men's (ages 14 to 19) Imported Kersey, Melton and Cheviot Overcoats; reduced from $16 to $9.75.
A lot of Boys' Good Chinchilla Reefers, cassimere lined, a great sacrifice; reduced from $4.50 to $2.29.
A lot of Boys' very fine Chinchilla, Cheviot and Irish Frieze Reefers, in black or colors; reduced to $3.85.
Mothers, if you're wise, you'll make your purchases without delay, for the above reductions will make these overcoats go
like hot cakes. Come in to-day or to-morrow.
ftgUEMANNS I j
OH, WHAT A DROP IN BOYS' SUITS,
Not a small cut of 10, 15 or even 25 per cent, but .reductions averaging fully 50 per cent It's an opportunity that'll
hardly ever present itself again. But read and see for yourself:
A lot of Boys' Suits, in plaids and checks; warm and durable; sizes 4 to 14; reduced from $2 to 74c
A lot of Boys' double-breasted Cassimere and Cheviot Suits; sizes 4 to 4; reduced from $3.50 to $1.98.
A lot of Boys' finest double-breasted Cheviot Suits, very novel; sizes 4 to 14; reduced from $7 to $3.75.
A lot of Boys' Reefer Suits; brass buttons; leather trimmed;- very stylish; reduced from $8 to $4.67.
A lot of Russian Suits (Best & Co.'s make); very exclusive and select; reduced from $8 to $4.85.
A lot of Eton and Zouave Velvet Suits, all sizes and colors;, reduced from $7.50 to $3.95.
(These Velvet Suits will make magnificent Christmas gifts for 'boys.)
A lot of beautiful Kilt Suits, in all novel styles and materials; reduced from $5 to 2.95.
A lot of Short-Pant Suits with double-breasted coats and very fine; sizes 9 to 16; reduced from $11 to $6.35.
A lot of Young Men's single and double-breasted Suits, sizes 14 to 19; reduced from $8 to $4.29.
A lot of Young Men's extra fine Cheviot and Cassimere Suits; sizes 14 to 19; reduced from $14 to $8.83.
3,000 Boys' good and durable Worsted Knee Pants, sizes 4 to 14; reduced from 50c to 19c.
A'FINE PAIR OF INDIAN CLUBS OR A LARGE, BEAUTIFUL AND COSTLY PICTURE
BOOK GOES GRATIS WITH EVERY BOY'S SUIT OR OVERCOAT.
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