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THE PITTSBURG DISPATOH,
PPJDAT, JANUARY ' 25, 1889.
F
THE TAX ON TOBACCO
May Have to Remain Just Where it is
for a Little Yhile Longer.
V.'OED PASSED ALOXG THE LIKE
Bracing' Up the Kcpnblicans for a Piece of
Tolitical Strategy.
THEY WAXTTHE CREDIT OF ITS KEREAL.
Jural Eipirts Eiyr JG,(H0,000 a Tear Will Prudently
Enild Oar KaTj.
The death of Representative Burncs may
bare some bearing on the Cowles bill to re
peal tobacco taxes, as that gentleman was
opposed to the measure, and the Speaker
may not fill the vacancy by appointing a
man uho would be sure to vote against the
bill Naval experts say that ?G,O00,O00a
year ought to build our new navy fast
cnongh to be prudent and safe.
lErtClAL TELECKAM TO THE DISrATCH.l
Washington, January 24. The Vir
ginia delegation interested in the abolition
of the tobacco taxes will have a hearing to
morrow before the Appropriations Commit
tee. They will advocate the proposition of
Colonel Cowles, of Korth Carolina. At the
head of this delegation are cx-Govcrnor
Cameron and Kepresentative-clect Venable.
It embraces a number of the leading tobac
conists and other business men.
A matter of some consequence at this
time is the death at an early hour this
morning of Mr. Bnrnes, of Missouri. This
ccntleman was opposed to the Cowles bill,
and voted against the reference in the
House, and also opposed in committee the
liucof action favored by the friends ofrepcal.
It is said that, as the session is so near its
close, it isn't probable the Speaker will
make an appointment to fill the vacancy. If
it isn t ailed tfte opposition will nave one
vote less.
A special feature in the matter is devel
oped to-day. It is the hostility of the lead
ing Republicans to any action being taken
by this Congress. Messrs. Reed and Bur
rows are not willing that any advantage
shall be given to the Democrats in the
States which are affected by the law. Hence
the word has gone out to the Republican
members from these States, and they have
suddenly changed position on the question.
Heretofore they have co-operated with the
Democratic internal tax reformers. Now
they express doubts if the proper course is
being pursued.
Some of the Virginia men now say that
the matter is one which should be settled by
the Ways and Means Committee in accord
ance with committee comity and the proper
procedure. Nothing was heard yesterday of
this stickling on the part of the Republi
cans from the South over questions of legis
lative etiquette. It is also said that the
number of Republican members of the Ap
propriations Committee who favor reporting
the measure is likely to be smaller than was
supposed. Messrs. Cannon, Butterworth
and McComas have been counted in iavorof
the proposition.
The friends of the movement are wide
awake here and in the States interested.
There is a concerted effort in Virginia by the
tobacco exchanges, and the same is true in a
less emphatic sense in North Carolina. In
the latter State the movement is not so
much to abolish the tobacco tax as to repeal
the special liquor licenses, which are a
source of great irritation in the central and
western counties.
PEOSPECTS OF THE NAYY.
The Present Poller of Congress Recom
mended as Safe and Prndcnt.
"Washington, January 21. In its report
upon the naval appropriation bill, the House
Committee on Naval Affairs summarizes the
present condition and future prospects of
the navy of this country. The report says:
""With regard to a new navy, Congress
seems to have settled upon a policy of ap
propriating toward its construction about
$6,000,000 per annum. Your committee be
lieve that this will build up a navy as fast
as prndence dictates. Our Navy Department
and our ship builders are utilizing, as far as
may be, by every means in their power, the
knowledge acquired from the costly ex
perience of other nations, but they must
acquire experience of their own. Too creat
taste on the part of the Government would
inevitably result in confusion and waste,
and most probably in combination, instead
of competition, among ship builders. Be
sides, it would be an easy matter in this
country to build ships more rapidly than we
could supply them with armament of do
mestic manufacture. Even in Kncland,
with all their facilities, there is loud com
plaint that the Government and all their
contractors are unable to supply guns as
they are wanted. The manufacture of a
modern high-power gun is not only an ex
pensive but a slow and tedious process."
The committee says'that the appropriation
of 5025,000 Jor extending the gun plant at
the "Washington Navy Yard7 which has
proved to be insufficient, will, taken in con
nection with other items, be all that is
necessary to put three different navy yards in
condition to build the hulls of "the finest
modern vessels, armored and unarmored, as
well as for the complete equipment of a
great plant for the assembly of heavy ord
nance. Satisfactory progress is being made by
the private contractors for supplying heavy
gun and armor plate for rapid- fire machine
guns, and, says the committee, "it will be
seen that Congress, by the passage of the
bill we report, will have taken the last
step necessary to render the Government ab
solutely independent of the world in the
matter of building and equipping a navy.
It has been the constant aim of the commit
tee and of the department to provide for
ships the best of their class and guns equal
to any in the world.
"There is ample competition among bid
bers for the construction of engines and ma
chinery, and in this matter American en
terprise and ingenuity seem likely to lead
the world. To get from a vessel of the type
of the Vesuvius a speed of 20 knots an hour
seemed, when Congress made it an absolute
requirement, a difficult task; but it was un
dertaken, and that vessel on its recent trial
trip showed the wonderful speed of 21.61
knots."
A EITHER BLUE 0UTL00E.
Tlio Elver and Harbor Appropriation Bill a
Hard One to Pass.
"Washington, January 24. The mem
bers of the Committee on Rivers and Har
bors are becoming somewhat disheartened
by the ill success attending their efforts to
secure passage of their appropriation bill
resulting from obstructive tactics in the
House, and lack ol diligence on the part of
members whose support they believe they
have a rijrht to expect
Having arrived at the conclusion that an
extraordinary effort is necessarr to save the
bill, a paper'is being circulated among the
members, and being very generally signed,
requesting the Speaker to entertain a mo
tion on the next suspension day to pass the
measure under a suspension of the rules.
HE OUGHT TO EESIGN.
A Government Official Tries to Hold Two
Profitable Positions.
"Washington, January 24. Mr. "W. L.
Thompson is a special Inspector of Customs
at El Pas.o, Tex. He also represents cer
tain persons who have claims against the
Government for duties paid on animals
specially imported for breeding purposes.
On the 3d inst he wrote a letter to Eepre
sentative Sayers, asking for certain informal
tion with a view to furthering said claims.
Bepresentative Sayers referred the letter to
the Treasury Department
Assistant Secretary Maynard has replied
"that the department has "no information to
give upon the subject referred to by Mr.
Thompson furthe than to suegest that in
view of the manifest impropriety of a pub
lic officer, while in the service, interesting
himself in behalf of claimants against the
Government, and of the fact that Mr.
Thompson desires to represent the class of
claimants above mentioned in the prosecu
tion of their claims, his resignation from the
service should be promptly tendered.
VERY TERSISTENT WOMEN.
They Attack Seven Different Congresses for
Ike Sixteenth Amendment.
"Washington, January 24. The recep
tion room of the Senate wing was crowded
this morning with representatives of the
National "Woman's Suffrage Association,
which has just closed its annuil session in
this city, and their friends, who came to
present their arguments in behalf of the
proposed sixteenth amendment to the Con
stitution, granting women the right of
suffrage.
Addresses were made by several women
prominent in the cause, and Miss Anthony,
closing the subject, said that the woman
suffragists had made their first appeal to
Congress in 18(56, and had since appeared
before seven different Congresses. She
warned the committee that unless they se
cured favorable action, either uponthe six
teenth amendment or an act declaring: that
the tourteenth and fifteenth amendments con
ferred the right of suffrage upon women,
they would be coining here regularly for 20
years more, or as mnch longer as is neces
sary to secure their wishes.
The delegation to-day contained repre
sentatives irom Minnesota, New Yoik, Ken
tucky, Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Ne
braska, Maryland and Massachusetts.
A NEW COLLECTING CRAZE.
Calcnilnrnnln Has Seized the Peoplo Tho
Demand for Artistic Work.
"With the appearance of the new year a
new collectors' craze has come into vogue,
which bids fair to equal the fancy card,
stamp, and other kindred hobbies that have
civen diversion and amusement to the
young 'oiks.
This time it is calendars, in all shapes,
sizes and colors, representing the advertise
ments of all classes of business, and this, to
the uninitiated firms who have adopted
this mode of advertising will explain why
there is such a demand for calendars, and
why they take so well.
More calendars have been issued this
year than ever before. The designs and col
ors of some are artistic and unique, and
certainly make a very pretty display.
Secretary Brown, of the Lawrenceville X.
M. C. A., already has over 80 grouped on
the wall back of his desk, makinc a pretty
background, and others are skirmishing
around among their friends to increase their
collection. The collector surely ought not
to forget the day of the week or month.
GUBERNATORIAL HOSPITALITY.
Governor nnd Mrs. Beaver Will Give a
Public Reception on February 7.
FltOM A STAFF COBRES rONDENT.
HAitniSBTjEG, January 24. The social
lestivities at the Executive Mansion have of
late years been very few, for good reasons.
Governor Fattison and wife lost their little
son shortly after taking possession of the
mansion, 3nd scarcely had Governor Beaver
been inaugurated ere he was called upon to
mourn the loss of his youngest son.
Two years have elapsed, and it is an
nounced that Governor and Mrs. Beaver
will receive the members of the Legislature
and the general public on February 7, when
the generous hospitality of the Executive
Mansion will be manifest.
THE E0IS TAKE A HAND.
Pleasant Entertainment by the Jr. 1". M. C.
A. at Lnwrcnccvlllc.
The Junior Department of the Lawrence
ville Young Men's Christian Association
held their second annual reception and
literary entertainment last evening at the
association's hall.
J. M. Shields delivered an address and
the Misses Hoycr and Bird and others
helped to make the affair a success. The
Secretary's report made a very favorable
showing for the association.
LOCAL ITEMS, LIMITED.
Incidents of a Day in Two Cities Condensed
for Ready Readinff.
The Harrison and Morton Club of tho West
End will elect officers for the present year on
Monday.
A musical entertainment will be given at
thePcnn Incline Hall to-night by the Tippe
canoe Club.
Mr. Campbell, the expressman, says he is
in no way related to the young man charged
with robbing in Wilkinsburg.
Richard McConnell, an employe of the
A. French Spring Company, had his arm
crushed while loading a wagon yesterday.
AN employe at Carnegie's Thirty-tbird street
mill named John Bradley had his leg broken
last evening by falling from a wagon while load
ing metal.
The 18 miners and blacksmiths who have
been at work driving entry at Brown's mines
struck yesterday because the firm will not pay
semi-mommy.
John Henbt Jones, the employe of tho
Central Hotel, Allegheny, who was sent to the
City Home on Wednesday, died at that institu
tion yesterday.
TnE Pennsylvania Railroad department of
the Y. M. C. A., of Twenty-eighth street, gave
a very pretty entertainment yesterday evening
to their friends.
An attempt to wreck the east-bound passen
ger train on the Baltimore and Ohio, by driving
a spike in tho frog, failed on account of the
vigilance of the trackwalker.
Two companies of local capitalists have or
ganized to drill for gas at points back of
Sharpsburg, in the Bakerstown district, to ob
tain gas to pipe to Sharpsburg.
Copies of the report of the Bar Association
on the proposed repeal of the "procedure act"
have been sent to all jndges and associations in
the State to enlist them in the cause.
George McCarthy; employed in the Union
Foundry on Preble avenue, Allegheny, had his
arm broken yesterday in an attempt to hold
out a heavy weight Dr. Wal.ace set the
limb.
Michael Kelly was brought to the Home
opathic Hospital yesterday afternoon from
Braddock. lie was badly burned about the
face and hands, tho result of a splash from a
furnace In Carnecio Bros. works.
Albert Thompson will have a hearing to
day before Alderman Gripp on a charge of dis
orderly conduct, preferred by Maud Thomas
The parties are residents of the hill district,
and the suit is the result of a neighborhood
quarrel.
Pure Blood
Is absolutely necessary in order to have perfect
health. Hood's Earsaparilla is the great blood
purifier, quickly conquering scrofula, salt
rheum, and all other insidious enemies which
attack the blood and undermine the health. It
also builds up the whole system, cures dyspep
sla and sick headache, and overcomes that
tired feeling.
"I have been troubled by a scrofulous affec
tion all my life. It is one of the marked recol
lections of my bojhood days, and for several
years has rendered me unable to labor much.
I think Hood's Sarsaparilla, which I have been
using at intervals for ten years, is the best
thing I have ever taken. I am now CO, and my
general health seems better than ever." H. D.
Abbott, Warren, N. H.
'I have taken two bottles of Hood's Sarsapa
rilla for salt rheum and dyspepsia, with which
I was troubled very mnch. After taking this
medicine I am feeling as well as ever In my
life." G. W. Rose. Pottsville, Pa.
Is'. II. If you want a good medicine get
Hood's Sarsaparilla
Sold by all druggists. SI; six for Jo. Prepared
only by C. L HOOD i CO., Lowell, Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar
TBI-STATB NEWS.
Condensed Special Dispatches From Sor
ronnding; Communities That Are Tribu
tary to Pittsbunr.
A lodge of the Patriotic Order of the Sons
of America has been organized at Braddock.
TnE ticket office at Rankin was raided by
tramps yesterday, but they did not get much.
William Abbott, of Lima, was thrown out
of his wagon yesterday and kicked to death by
his runaway team. .
Thieves entered John Lamprecht's jewelry
store at Martin's Perry Wednesday, and stole
SC00 worth of goods.
The Caledonian Club of Braddock celebrated
the one hundred and thirtieth anniversary of
Robert Burns' birth with a banquet last even
ing. Haktman GurcK, of Versailles, has tendered
six acres of his farm to the McKeesport Gas
Fuel Company for the purpose of putting in a
test well. J
Samuel D. Lowtno, of the Linesvillo Her
ald, was married atMcadville yesterday toMiss
Gertrude Phillips, sister of Captain H. S. Phil
lips, editor of tho Tribune-Republican.
Constance Commandeey No. 331, Knights
Templar, of Bellefonte, have moved into elo
gant new quarters. Tho organization, which
Is very wealthy, was burned out two years ago.
Ten applications for saloon licenses have
been made beforo Juage Mehard at Sharon.
Petitions and remonstrances have been filed,
and both temperance and liquor peoplo claim a
victory.
W. U. Walkek, proprietor of the sewer pipe
works near Wellsville, has accepted an offer of
$155,000 for his plant and business. A stock
company is being formed in Cleveland to oper
ate tbo works.
Wellsville has had three marital separa
tions already this week. One man objected to
his wife receiving attentions from other men;
the second man's wife eloped with a boarder,
and the third conplo could not agree.
ABTnrR Sinsel, a Baltimore, and Ohio offi
cial, was run over by a train at Wheeling yes
terday, and will die. Mr. Sinsel is a member
of tho West Virginia State Republican Com
mittee and a prominent railroad man and Free
Mason. He is 55 years old.
TnE congregation of tho First Baptist
Church, Youngstown, after a session lasting
until nearly midnight Wednesday night, de
cided by a vote of 131 to 16 not to accept the
resignation of tbo pastor, Rev. Mr. Snod
grass, and by a similar voto dismissed the
charges that ho had been recklessly running in
debt.
The Glasgow Iron Company yesterday closed
down its steel plant near Pottstown, and dis
charged its employes, nearly 250 in number. It
is likely the steel works will be never run
again, thero being no demand for the kind of
steel manufactured at theso works. It is
Erobable that the mill will be turned into some
ind of iron. Tno steel plant has been in
operation lor tnrce years.
Try Them!
Have yon tried Marvin's Orange Blossom
soda crackers? If not don't delay any
longer. All grocers keep them.
Blood diseases cured free of charge at
1102 Carson street, Southside.
Cash paid for old gold and silver at
Hauch's, No. 293 Fifth avenue. wfsu
Blarrtoce TAcenses Granted Yesterday.
Nine. Keiidence.
( Aucnst Flrtlg .....Allegheny
Annie FreUs Allegheny
J George D. Scbrelbcr Verona
(Ida J. Greer Verona
Wni. Showaltcr 1'lttsburg
(KatcSchccrlng Pittsburg
J Wm. Dockstacier. New York
Eliza J. Uptlgraff. Verona
J George Sackson Braddock
j Anna MIcklas Braddock
(UcorgePastor Braddock
(Dora Gdovln Braddock
1 Thomas K. Baker 1'ltteburg
IKmmaFllnn Pittsburg
(John It Kcsslcr, Jr Pittsburg
1 Lottie Robertson Pittsburg
( Edward Alsbltt '. Pittsburg
i Irene Sjtaoub Pittsburg
Joseph VV. UeLcar Buffalo, N. Y
j Cecilia Horner Allegheny
(Sidney H. Kcpbart Allegheny
I Kate Cooper Allegheny
(Charles Scharman Allegheny
J Lizzie Frlcderlch Allegheny
( Levi F. Post Allegheny
Catharine Cunningham Allegheny
MAKUIED.
DAUB WOODS On Thursday evening,
January 24. 1SSD, by the Rev. E. Belfour, Theo
dore G. Daub to Attie A. "Woods, of Alle
gheny City.
DIED.
BRADLEY On Thursday, January 21, 1S89,
at 4 o'clock A. M., John, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Bradley, aged 2 years 11 months 2
days.
Funeral from tho residence of his parents,
McKee's Rocks, on Sunday, January 27, at 2
o'clock p. M. Friends of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend. 3
BENNETT On Tuesday morning, January
22. 1889, at 2 o'clock, Anna E. Bennett, wife
of James I. Bennett, at her residence, No. 11
North avenue, Allegheny.
Funeral services Friday, January 25, at U
o'clock A. M. Interment private.
CALDWELL At the residence of her uncle.
Thomas A. Mellon, Esq., of East Liberty,
Pittsburg. Pa., at 8 P. M., January 23, 1889.
Patti Purcell, daughter of Alexander and
Pace A. Caldwell, of Leavenworth, Kan., aged
18 years.
Tho funeral services will be hold at 2r. K.
Friday (to-day).
DICKINSON At his late residence. No. 278
Locust Rtrcet, Allegheny, on Thursday, Janu
ary 21, l8S&at 2:35 a. si., Henry C. Dickin
son, aged 62 years.
Funeral services Saturday, January 26. at
2 P. k. Interment private. 2
DUNN On Thursday, January 21, 1SS9, at
10:40, at her late residence, Hatfield street, be
tween 49 and 60, SIaey, beloved wife of James
Dunn, aged 4U years.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
FITZSIMONS On Tuesday evening, Janu
ary 22. 1889, Maby Whitney, wifo of the late
John Fitzsimons, in her 40th year.
Funeral from the residence of her brother,
John "Whitney, 311 "Webster avenue, Friday
morning at 10 o'clock. Services at St.
Bridget's Church. 2
Wheeling papers please copy.l
GREEN On Thursday morning, January 21,
18S9. at 1030 A. ST., at her parents' residence
195 Second avenue, Charlotta, daughter of
Walter and Emily Green, aged 10 years H
months.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
GARDNER On Thursday, January 24, 1SS9,
at 6 o'clock A. M.. Mrs. William Lardner,
aged 65 years.
Funeral from her late residence, Sheridan
station, P. C. & St. L. R. W., on Saturday,
January 26, at 2 P. si. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend. 2
MERCER At 1:15 A. jr., January 24. 1889
Leonora Hamilton, oldes child of J. Carson,
ana J ennio .ucrcer, aeu li years, 11 montns
and 23 days.
Funeral will take place from the residence of
her parents. No. 54 South Twenty-fifth street,
Saturday, 2 o'clock p. m. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
TRIMBLE Wednesday evening, Januarv 23,
18S9, at Salem, O., Mary Frances, only daugh
ter of Robert P. and Fannie G. Trimble.
Interment private Friday. January 25, 1SS9.
ANTHONY MEYER,
(Successors to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Llnx,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence. U34 Penn avenue. Tel.
ephone connection. myl0-h53-itwp
JAMES M. FULLERTON.
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Stbeet.
Telephone 1153.
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FLORAL EMBLEMS.
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND SMILAX
A. M. C JT. B. MUBDOCH,
Ki SMITHFIELD ST.
OJLU Telephone 429. deW4-MWP
. CHOICE ROSES
Including all the fancy varieties Carnations,
Lily of the Valley, Maidenhair Fern, etc.
Prices always consistent with quality.
JOHN R. & A. MURDOCH,
Telephone 239. 508 SMITHFIELD ST.
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TJEFRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN 1SCI
ASSETS - . (9071,69683.
Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-D
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL!
About Feb. 1 We'WiU Remove to
37 FIFTH AVE.
(NORTH SIDE OP STREET).
On account of removal we will offer our en
tire stock of Silver Plated Ware, Clocks,
Bronzes, Statuary, Onyx Top Tables, Brass Cab
inets. Piano Lamps and Choice Art Good3 at a
Great Reduction In Price.
3"Thls will be a rare opportunity to put
chase fine goods at a very low price.
WATTLES & SHEAFER,
JEWELERS,
54 FIFTH AVENUE.
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MEN'S SHIRTS
We are closing out one lot ot Men's Un
laundried plaited front Shirts, regular 75c
grade at 65c each, or $1 25 for two.
Ono lot of Laundried plaited front Shirts, a
regular SI grade, at 75c each.
One small lot of Men's Star Laundried Shirts,
in largo and small sizes, the SI 75 grade at 51
each.
Our Prize X Shirt, Unlaundried, at SI each,
so well known as being tbo best shirt in the
world at this price; we have a fnll line of sizes,
from 13 to 19-inch, in stock, with four lengths
of sleeve in each neck size, with bands and
with cuffs. XX Prize, samo make of shirt,
next grade better, $1 25 each, 6 75 for half
dozen. New line of
MEN'S NIGHT SHIRTS
Now ready, In Laundried and Unlaundried,
ranging from 50c to 55 each.
Boys' and Youth's sizes Shirts, Laundried
and Unlaundried, all sizes, ranging from 60c
up.
Men's and Boys' Fancy Percalo Shirts, neat
and proper styles.
Men's Flannel Night Shirts a specialty.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
WINTER ' UNDERWEAR,
In low and medium grades; extra large sizes a
specialty.
490pen Saturday evenings till 9 o'clock.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH AVENUE.
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Touching Elbows.
The millionaire and me
chanic touching elbows on
the $8 Made-to-Measure
Trousers. The millionaire
wants no better quality and
the price is so low to the me
chanic that he economizes in
another direction, and buys
for his best wear same as the
millionaire.
It's the advantage you'll
always find at our house. We
aim for the very best quality
and then put it in the reach
of everybody. There is "no
abatement in the sales of the
wonderful made-to-measure
Trousers the same as you
have been paying $12 to $14.
Our price is but $8.
Wanamaker
& Brown,
Sixth street and Peim avenue.
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HOUSEHOLD
CHINA and GLASS,
Lamps,
Art Pottery,
Bronzes, Clocks,
Gas Fixtures,
Hotel Ware, Cut Glass,
Wedding Gifts t ,
a Specialty.
THE J. P. SMITH,
Lamp,Glass & China Co.,
935 Penn Avenue.
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CHAS. PFEIFER,
443 SMITHFIELD STREET.
100 FEDERAL ST., ALLEGHENY.
Men's Furnishing Goods.
A full and complete line of E. & W. and
C. O. brands Collars and Cuffs.
Neckwear Our Specialty.
SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER.
Cleaning Dyeing and Launury Offices at
above location. Lace Curtains laundried equal
to new. sel9-y49-anvF
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PHOTOGRAPHER, 16 SIXTH STREET.
A fine, large crayon portrait 13 60; see them
before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets, 82 and
12 50 per dozen. PROMPT DELIVERY.
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A- !' I '"NT A INSURANCE CO.,
-ELl L LN ci Hartford, Conn.
Assets, January L 1887 ly,56SI,83!.60
EDWARDS & KENNEY, Agents,
9 Q Fourth avenue, Pittsburg
m
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
ANOTHER BREAKING UP
(OP PRICES)
-IS OUE-
HOUSE FURNISHING
DEPARTMENT.
Banded Glass Tumblers at 6c each.
Engraved Glass Tumblers at 7c each.
Engraved Goblets at 7c each.
Glass Perserve Dishes at 10c each.
Glass Fruit Saucers at iSc a dozen.
Individual Salts at 1 8c a dozen.
Glass Hand Lamps, complete, at 18c each.
Decorated Fruits at 6c each.
Etruscan Cream Pitchers at 10c each.
Decorated Cups and Saucers at 12c a pair
Decorated Dinner Plates at 12c each.
Decorated Bone Dishes at 12c each.
Decorated Meat Dishes at 15c each.
Decorated China Preference Cups at 25c
each.
Clothes Pins at ic a dozen.
Clothes Linc3 at ic a yard.
Nutmeg Graters at ic each.
Pepper Boxes at 2c each.
Two-quart buckets at 7c each.
Three-Quart Coffee Pots at 15c each.
Potato Mashers at 5c each.
Revolving-handled Rolling Pins at So
each.
Black Walnut Knife Boxes at 19c each.
Tin Slop Palls at 19c each.
Clothe Wringers, family 6ize, at $2 25.
Can Openers at 3c each.
Machine Screw Drivers at 3c each.
Putz Pomade at 6c a box.
Corkscrews at 7c each.
25 yards Picture Wire for 5c.
Picture Nails at 15c a dozen.
Chamois, from 5c up to 89c a piece.
Sponges, from ic up to Si 25 each.
A full line of Glassware, Chinaware,
Agateware, Enameled Ware, Flintware,
Wooden and Willow Wares.
Just received, a new lot of the famous
Coral Ware.
Fleishman &'Co.'s
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506 and 508 Market st,
PITTSBURG, PA.
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Are Our Winter
Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear
Every Line Included in this Sale. Below
are a few samples of the reductions made.
CMIflreii's RiM Cashmere Hose 19c,
Were 25c; 25c were 35c; 49c were 75c.
Ladies' RiM and Plain Cashmere Hose
28o were 35c; 48c were $1; 59c were 75c; 63o
were 51; 67o were 90c; 53o were $1.
Men's Cashmere-Half Hose
25c were 35c; 35c were 50c; 35c were 75e.
UNDERWEAR
In White, Scarlet and Natural for Ladies,
Children and Men at prices that will as
tonish you. Same way in Gloves. If you
wish to buy superior goods at less that In
ferior prices, come and see these bargains.
A, G, CAMPBELL & SONS,
710 PENN AVENUE,
Bet. Seventh and Eighth Sts.
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ATENTS
O. D. LEVIS, Solicitor of Patents,
131 Fifth avenue, above Smithfleld, next Leader
office. (No delay.) Established 20 vears.
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M Barpii Sale. I Winter his In le Clearefl at Ice.
In the course of stock taking, pest concluded, we have laid aside a great many goods in every department, which we
have determined to close out to make room for new goods now arriving and crozvdi?ig us the cost not taken into
consideration. All intist go, at any sacrifice. Commencing Monday next you will find on our cozenters:
Remnants of Black and Colored Silks, up to 10 yard lengths, at " off."
Remnants of Dress Goods, up to 8 yard lengths, "yi off."
Remnants Cloth Suitings, up to 8 yard lengths, "z off."
Remnants plain, fancy and brocade Velvets and Plushes, "K off."
Remnants Table Linens and Crashes, odd lots Towels and Napkins, at one-half value.
Remnants Flannels, a few slisrhtlv soiled Blankets, "lA off."
Remnants Muslins,
remnants uarpets,
Odd lots and slightly soiled Underwear, Hosiery and Gloves, "72 off."
Millinery Goods of every kind 'and Remnants of Ribbons, ufi off."
Special 20 Imported Suit Patterns, braided and combinations, "y off."
Jackets, Newmarkets, Jerseys, Seal Plush Garments and Furs of all kinds, "yi off."
N. B. The above will be cleared out at'short notice. Look out for our next "ad," of New Goods Opening in every department,
"WHITE FOB SAMPLES. OBDEBS WILL HAVE OUB PBOMPT ATTENTION.
WTCLLIJVC
165, 167 and 169 FEDERAL
NEW ADVEttTISKaiENTS.
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Gentlemen in need of these nec
essary evening costumes will find
us headquarters. We have given
this branoh of our Merchant
Tailoring Department special at
tention. We display a complete
assortment of black oloths, and
doeskins and highly finished wor
steds, adapted for full dress only.
We are making the newest shapes,
with or without silk lining. We
guarantee a perfect fit and com
plete satisfaction as regards mate
rial and workmanship, and what
we call special attention to is that
our prices save you $15 and 820
on the suit
&
Clothiers ai Merchant Tailors,
161 FEDERAL ST., Allegheny.
"Overcoats are now going at
a cash discount of 20 per cent.
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RARE OPPORTUNITY
FOR SEAL GARMENT BUYERS.
An unusually large stock, which we are de
termined to sell, of Sacques, Jackets and
Wraps, in Alaska Seal Skin, warranted. Owing
to the November advance in Seal Skin next
year's prices must be higher, so it is the part of
wisdom for ladies to buy cow. especially as we
olfer such genuine bargains as quoted:
A few Wraps, small sizes, $75 to J100.
A few Jackets at 75, small sizes, 33 to 36
bust.
Splendid Sacque, 38 inches lone, at $125.
And others at correspondingly low prices.
PAULSON BROS.,
MANUFACTURING FURRIERS
441 WOOD STREET.
N. B. To those who are known to us we will
sell garments on monthly payments! Ja9-MWT
bTEAMEHS AND EXCURSIONS.
STATE LINE.
To Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin and Liverpool
FROM NEW YORK EVER- THURSDAY
Cabin passage S3o to SoO, according to location
of fclate room. Excursion ECo to 30.
Steerage to and from Europe at lowest rates
AUSTIN BALDWIN & CO., Gen'l Agts,
53 Broadway. Now York,
or J. J- M'CORMICK, Agent,
21-r79-D FourihAvenuo and Smlthfield SI.
ANCHOR LINE.
United States Itlnil Steamers.
SAIL EVERY SATURDAY
FROM NEW YORK TO GLASGOW.
Calling at Jloville (Londonderry).
Cabin passage to Glasgow, Liverpool or London
derry, ?n and S53. Excursion, fJO and 100.
Second-class, S30. Steerage. M.
Mediterranean Service. Steamships at regular
Intervals from
NEV YORK TO NAPLES DIRECT.
Cabin TassagcSSO and J100. Third-class, S30. Drafts
on Great Britain, Ireland or Italy, and letters of
credit at favorable rates.
Apply to HENDERSON HKOTHEK8, New
YoA,orJ. J. MCCOKMICK. Fourth and Smith
field; A. 1. SCOKEKs SON, 415 Smithfleld St..
FUUburr; WILLIAM SEMVle, Jr., 165 federal
t., Allegheny. noG-13S-itwr
JANUARY
Ginghams, Tickings, Prints,
up to xo yards, at bargain
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NEW ADYERTlSMiENTS
AN .:. EXPOSITION
OF FACTS MOST INCREDIBLE.
HOPPER BROS. & 008
SUCCESS ASSURED.
Parlor Furniture brought within the reach of all classes. A Silk Plush Suit for $3 0
A Mohair Plush Suit for $48. A "Wool Plush Suit for ?40.
Odd pieces at proportionately low figures. All our own make of goods. The largest
selection of Fancy Parlor Tables, In "Wood and Marble, ever offered by any one house,
at extremely low prices. "We have, without doubt, the largest selection of Bedroom Fur
niture ever offeree! to the buying public. Prices surely appreciated if gbods are seen.
In our OAEPET DEPABTMENT there still remain a few remnants. Ingrains at
25c per yard, formerly sold at 65o and 15a. Body and Tapestry Brussels at 50e and 75c;
formerly sold at 85c and 31 25.
LACE CURTAINS, fl 50 and 52 per pair; former price ?3 75 and 55, in Ecru,
Cjeam and White, full size and regular make. Bargains! "Well we should say so, but
they won't last long; there are a great many people in Pittsburg who are ever on the alert
for just such bargains, and it is they "who always buy so cheap."
We have just received another carload of those 520 ANTIQUE OAK BED
BOOM SUITS that we advertised by illustration last week. Only a 10 per cent addi
tional charge for time. With time price added they are cheaper than any Suit of as large
dimensions of glass and style of workmanship offered for spot cash in the city.
COMPABE OUB STYLES ! COMPABE OUB PBICES 1 COMPABE OUB TEEM! 8
Bargains will be the order of the day in our every department during the next 60 days.
Our Sewing Machine, the "Davis Vertical Feed," is without doubt the leader for heavy
tailoring work. It is an assured success. For light family sewing it is without an equal, .
and for fancy etching and embroidering it is as far ahead of other machines as day is ahead
of night. Bemember we don't sell our Davis Machine through the medium of canvassers
at fancy commissions. You are politely asked that if you want a good family or manu
facturing machine the Davis can be had at our place of business only, and at prices that
suit. A written guarantee for five years given with each machine.
HOPPER BROS. & CO.,
307 WOOD STREET, BET. THIRD AND FOURTH AVES.
N. B. All Carpets bought this month will be made and laid free of charge. Call be
fore noon and get the 5 per cent discount.
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IDILSrZIGi-IEIRS
Surprise .. Sale
CONTINUED ALL THIS WEEK
Our new partnership takes effect in a few days. In the meantime we are doing
our utmost to dispose ot lots of goods now in our store, regardless of cost or value.
If you care for bargains we give you the opportunity right now to get them. Coma
to-day for
CLOAK AND WEAP BARGAINS,
We will astonish you. We are determined to sell every Cloak in our house, let the
loss be what it may. Hundreds of Ladies' Cloth Jackets, that were $3, $4 and $f,
your pick now at !ji 50. Hundreds of Children's Coats, former prices $3 50, $4 50,
S5 50, take them now at $1 5a Startling bargains in Jerseys. Our snecial offer
ing of
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR,
All elegant garments and well finished, at 25c, 49c, 59c, 69c, 74c, 99c and $1 24. Our
grand showing of
Fine Embroideries and Real Torchon Laces,
and our famous low prices will surprise you. See the White Goods bargains. , See
the Lace Curtain bargains. See the Kid Glove bargains. See the Bric-a-Brac bar
gains, up stairs, second floor. See the grand Apron bargains at 10 cents each.
DANZIG-ER'S,
Nos. 4244-4648-50-52 Sixth Street 538-540-542 Penn AtcC
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Offers anything in his mam
moth stock at one-half its
value for 30 days, to reduce
stock and make room for
goods. Come, it will pay.
ixrrrrpii 923 and 925
iM dOn5 Penn Avenue.
ZLSTeaz? ZN"n.iL S"t3?eei3-
0"Open Every Saturday Till 10 P. M.
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Embroideries and Laces at
prices.
SIEIlVfllPXjIErS.
STREET, ALLEGHENY, PA.
SMPU'S.
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