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"The Crown Prince of Greece Really
in Love With Hi's Betrothed.
PBEPAEIXG FOR A BIG WEDD1KG.
A LIVELY BEGESS.
"The
Liveliest Parliamentary Recess in
England on Eecord.
fei.
BOULANOEK SICK AND HEAETSOEE
1ST CABLE TO THE DISrATCH.l
Loxdoit, October 19. Copyright.
Ihe royalties of Europe are looking forward
to a gay little time all of their own at the
wedding of the Princess Sophie, ot Ger
many, to the Duke of Sparta, Crown Prince
of Greece, at Athens, a week from to-morrow.
There are to be no fewer than 99
royal personages present on this occasion,
including one Emperor, "William, of Ger
many, brother of the bride; two Empresses,
JTrederica, the bride's mother, and Augusta
Victoria, her sister-in-law; two Kings,
Christian, of Denmark, grandfather of the
groom, and George, of Greece, the groom's
father; two Queens, consorts of the afore
mentioned; two Crown Princes, beside the
groom, Albert Edward, of "Wales, uncle of
the bride, and the Czarowitz of Russia,
cousin of tbe groom; and one Potential
Crown Prince, Albert Victor of "Wales,
consin of the bride. The Emperor "William
will be escorted by four aids-de-camp; the
Empress Frederica will be attended by two
of the highest nobles of the German court,
and the King of Denmark, the Prince of
"Wales, and the Czarowitz will be attended
by three Lords each.
A2T ID HAL LOTEE.
The Duke of Sparta is said to be an ideal
Jover; he does nothing but talk of his bride,
and can scarcely conceal his impatience for
the arrival of the wedding day. He is 31
years of age, and his bride is 19. The wed
ding presents are of enormous value, and
there is every indication that the marriage
will be a happy one a rare circumstance in
tbe annals of royal alliances.
One curious custom of German tradition
which still survives in the Hohenzollern
family, will be commemorated in a modified
form at the wedding in Athens. In earlier
and ruder ages the best man at a German
wedding was allowed to remove the bride's
garter when she retired on her wedding
night, and to keep it as a trophy. A Ber
lin jeweler has just completed six gold gar
ters, set with diamonds, to signalize the sur
vival of this ancient custom. The garters
are identical in workmanship. Two of them
will be worn by the Princess on her wed
ding day, and the other four will be pre
sented to tne lour best men at the ceremony,
as keepsakes.
THE BRIDE'S OAETEKS
will be sent to the Boyal Museum in Ber
lin, to be added to the collection there of
mementoes of other weddings in the Hohen
zollern family.
The wedding ceremony will be one of the
most splendid ever witnessed. During the
ceremony Qld Byzantine chants will be
sun?, and immediately afterward a great Te
Deum will be celebrated, in which all the
bishops of the country will take part, in
magnificent vestments. The Persas of
jEschylus will be performed to music by
the hereditary Prince ofHeiningen, and the
Philoctetes of Sophocles, with musio bv
Ferdinand Bender. A great "Kreip," or
drinking festival is also to be given under
the direction of the Rector of the Athens
University, to which all Greeks who have
been members of the German polytechnical
institutes and military and art academies
are to be invited.
Delegates have also .been appointed from
Constantinople, and other Turkish towns
where Greek residents are numerous, to pro
ceed to Athens with
rKESESTS AJTD XOTAL "WISHES
from the Hellenic subjects, on the day of
the wedding. The Sultan will be repre
sented by a high state officer with a suite.
The Emperor and Empress of Germany
started on their journey to Athens last even
ing, accompanied by their court marshals
and ladies-in-waiting. The Empress Fred
erica, accompanied by her four daughters
and her son-in-law, the hereditary Prince of
Saze-Heiningen, left Berlin this morning.
The King and Queen of Denmark and the
Czarowitz have already arrived at Munich,
and will resume their journey to-night. The
Sing and Crown Prince of Greece will meet
the Empress and her partv at Xalamata,
whence they will proceed by water to
Athens. Already the Pirau's is being
decorated for the landing, and the Via
Triumphalis is being laid bare for the royal
procession.
After the wedding the Prince and Princess
of "Wales will visit Egypt, where
GBEAT PEEPABATIONS
are being made for their arrival, and the
Emperor and Empress of Germany will
visit Constantinople. The unfortunate Sul
tan has negotiated a loan of 60,000 from
the Ottoman Bank, to entertain his illus
trious visitors, and probably wishes with
all his soul that they would stay awav.
Owing to the death of the King of Portu
gal to-day some of the 90 odd royalties who
have promised to be present at the wedding
may have to stay away. His late Majesty
was reputed to be an able man, and he had
considerable literary abilities. In personal
appearance he resembled Mr. Cleveland.
All Iho. Party Traders In Ensland Slaking
Speecbci Tlio Recent Bye Elec
tions Have Pat Both Bides
on Their Mettle.
tBT CABLE TO TOE DISPATCH.
Xondon, October 19. So far the parlia
mentary recess has been almost tbe liveliest
on record. All the party leaders except
Salisbury and Gladstone have been making
speeches, and the premier, and the ex-premier
also, will soon take a hand in the
game. The recent bye elections have put
both sides on their mettle, and the oratorical
flood bids fair to increase in volume for
some time to come. Chamberlain has been
especially active and ill-tempered this week,
but nobody attaches much importance
to him now, and Henry LaBonchere,
speakincr at Edinburgh last night,
well expressed the feelings of the Liberals
by remarking that Chamberlain was doing
the Radicals exceedingly good service;
every speech that the unfortunate man de
livered was worth a conple of hundred
votes to them; Chamberlain liked to tie him
self to Lord Harrington's tail, and rattle
like a tin kettle behind him; he might go to
the Tories it he chose, he might constitute
himself and his family into a party, or he
might go like a certain person called Jndas
and hang himself that was entirely a
matter of indifference to them; all they said
was that they had got rid of him and they
intended to keep clear of him. Even tne
Tories are becoming unkind to Chamber
lain, and the Standard, the other day, told
him he had better make up his mind to join
the Conservative party instead of masquer
ading as a Liberal. "
The effects of the bye elections are begin
ning to show themselves in tbe Tory
speeches. To-day the Attorney General,
wno, although not a uaoinet .Minister, is an
influential member of tbe Government,
hinted that the Government might see its
way to join with the Liberals in giving
Ireland a modified form of home rule, but
the suggestion was so worded that it could
be repudiuted if necessary. The Grand
Old Man is hugely delighted with the
course events are taking. The communica
tion which he made to Thb Dispatch
readers last week has been republished gen
erally in the English newspapers, and the
consensus of opinion is that the recent vic
tories, as Mr. Gladstone said, do mark a
turning point in the home rule controversy.
For the moment political interest is
centered on Brighton, where Sir Bobert Peel
is fighting gallently for the home rule cause
against a young aristocrat named Doder.
He has to pull down a Tory majority of
3,300, and the most sanguine Liberal does
not suppose he will accomplish such a
gigantic task, but that he will materially
reduce it, even the Tories admit Glad
stone will help him by a speech at South
port, "Wednesday afternoon, which will be
of an unusually important character,and will
probably amount to a manifesto addressed
to the entire electorate of the United Kingdom.
MARRIED BIJI00NIIGHT.
Two Eager Aspirants for Matrimony Are
United In an Open Field Under tbo
Benevolent Gaze of the
Man In the Moon.
rSrECIAL TELEPBAV TO THE DISPATCII.1
Nobwaxk, Coira., October 19. Bufus
Butterick, Jr., of Silver Mine, and Miss
Emma J. Scofield, of Norwalk, recently de
cided to wed. The bridegroom was nntil
lately an apprentice in Beers & Fancher's
blacksmith shop on Hoyt street, and is 21
years old. The bride has been for nearly 30
years employed in a responsible position in
Hutchison, Cole & Co.'s shirt shop, and is
60 years old.
A few evenings ago the bride and groom,
accompanied by Mr. Butterick's parents
and sister, drove to the residence of the
Kev. D. H. Chappell, the Methodist minis
ter at Silver Mine. The clergyman scanned
the marriage license, and then nearly broke
the hearts of his hearers bv stating that the
ceremony couldn't be performed in the
parsonage, which stands in the town of
New Canaan, the license being issued for
Norwalk. If he should perform the cere
mony in New Canaan he would be liable to
a fine of $500. It looked as though
the ceremony would have to be postponed,
but tbe imaginary line which separates
Norwalk and New Canaan is about a
quarter of a mile from the clergyman's
house, the nearest point being in an open
field. He explained that It would be a very
simple matter to walk just across the line,
and then the ceremony would be performed.
All hands were soon over, trudging through
the wet grass, Mr. Chappell and his wife
leading the way, Mr. Butterick's parents
and sister next, and the bride and groom
bringing up the rear. The man in the
moon was the only outsider present. In
about 10 minutes the clergyman halted on
what he declared to be Norwalk ground,
and the others formed a croup around him.
The bride and groom took their positions
in front of the clergyman, the latter pro
duced his little book and under the starry
dome of heaven the ceremony was per
formed. For a moment after the conclusion
there was an awkward silence. The plaintive
cryof the whip-poor-will came from the adja
cent woods, and from a far-away hillside
was heard the rude music of a dog, who sat
upon his haunches and howled at the moon.
The clergyman broke the silence by taking
the hand of the bride -and giving her a con
gratulatory kiss. The groom and the rest
of the family followed his example, and the
little party returned to the clergyman's
house, where the marriage certificate was
made out and the fee was paid. It was past
midnight, but Mr. and Mrs. Chappell set
out a collation, which the party ot seven
partook. The bride and groom are now
deep in the mysteries of housekeeping in a
vine-clad cottage on Spring Hill.
Bitter Wine of.Iron
A nerve tissue food and enricher of the
blood; pint bottle 60c, at Fleming s .Drug
Store, 412 Market street. -
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
TTSSU
SICK AND SORRY AT HEART.
Bonlang-er Brooding In Jersey and Some
thing Important Promised Boon.
;bt cable to tbe dispatch.!
London. October 19. The deputies who
waited upon General Boulanger at Jersey
this week have sought to dissuade him from
making any violent attempt to gain power
in France, they having given him to under
stand that very few of his followers would
join in such an enterprise, and as a conse
quence the General is sick and sorry at
heart. He is anxious to do something, but
his friends are deserting him and quarreling
among themselves. The split is thorough,
and Boulanger knows not whom to trust s
A correspondent with the General writes
me that an important denouement may be
expected within the next few days, but the
general impression is that recent events
have knocked all the backbone out of the
Boulangist agitation.
FORCED TO AP0L0UIZE.
Special Sale of Overcoats
To-morrow at the P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and
Diamond sts., opp. new Court House.
Photographers Jealous
Because they can't compete with Teager &
Co.'s 75c per doz. cabinets. 70 Federal st,
Allegheny.
Special Sale of Overcoats
To-morrow at the P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and
Diamond sts., opp. new Court House.
Natural Gas Bills Reduced 75 Per Cent.
O'KeefeGas Appliance Co.,34Fifthav.
For To-Morrow Only
180 men's royal kersey overcoats at $5.
P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts.,
opp. the new Court House.
Ad Indian Newspaper Sorry for Its Libel on
Tonne Gladstone.
:bt cable to the dispatch.:
London, October 19. The Morning Post
of Allahabad, India, which recently libeled
Herbert Gladstone in a letter from its Lon
don correspondent, a Conservative member
of Parliament, has publicly expressed re
gret for having published the defamatory
article, and has tendered young Gladstone
an unqalified apology for the attack on his
character.
The libel seems to have been a willful at
tempt to discredit the Gladstonians by an
attack upon the personal character of the
leader's son. It has not yet transpired who
the libeler is.
SOMETHING LIKE AMERICANS.
An English Board Charges Up .Its Luxuries
to the Poor Taxpayer.
tBT CABLE TO THE D1SFATCB.1
Londox, October 19. The Birmingham
Board of Guardians has some ideas in com
mon with American legislative bodies, but
is obviously more sensitive to public opin
ion. Kecently a committee of the
Birmingham board investigated a certain
workhouse, and five gentlemen, who per
formed the task, which lasted three days,
brought in a bill for their entertainment
that included, among other delicacies, 15
oxtails, 17 pounds of salt beef, 27)
pounds of beet and lamb, 3 pints of cream,
1 pounds of Gorgonzola cheese, 1 pound
of tea, 6 pounds of lump sugar, a tin
of lunch biscuits, pound of white pepper,
2 tins of apricots, 2 tins of pears, two
dozen bottles of Bass' ale, 4 bottles of No.
1 Irish whisky, 3 bottles of No. 1 Islay
whisky, 6 bottles of Beaune, C bottles of
sherry, 1 bottle of pale brandy, 1 bottle of
port wine, 7 pounds of salmon, 2 ducks, 3
brace of grouse, 8J pounds of turbot, 2
leverets, some lobsters. 3 brace of trrouse. 2
cmcKens, b pounds ot trout, table jelly,
custard powder and desert
Unlike an American body, however, the
Birmingham guardians resigned in a body
when their bill was questioned.
BILL IXGLISH COMIKG flOHE.
His Letters to allootler PnpertoBo Printed
In Book Form.
IBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.!
London, October 19. Ex-Congressman
"William E. English, son of ex-Governor
Jitoglisb, of Indianapolis, sails on the City
'OfjParis for New York this week, after two
-"years of travel in Europe, Asia and Africa.
V' 'Mr. English has kept his townsDeonle in.
"formed ot his wanderings in a series of let
ters to the Indianapolis Sentinel, which are
Koon to be published in book form.
THE JUNG OP P0RTDGAL DEAD.
HIi Sou. the Dcko of Braganza, Will Have
Bis Father's Job.
Lisbon, October 19. The King of Por
tugal who has been ill for some time died
to-day. His death occurred at 11 o'clock
this morning.
The Duke of Braganza, eldest son of the
King, -who sncceedi to the throne, will as
sume the title of Carlos L
THAT INCLINE HORROR.
The Coroner Begins an Investigation of tbe
Canse of the Accident.
Cincinnati, October 19. At the Coro
ner's inquest this morning in the case of
the Mt. Auburn Incline Plane accident,
which occurred several days ago, a number
of witnessess were called np to testify.
Frank Kamman, a conductor on the Mt.
Aubum line, was at the head of the plane
waiting for the truck to come. He said:
"When the truck was within 50 or 70 feet of
the top of the plane I noticed that it was
coming at full speed. Charles Goble, the
operator, was pushing with all his strength
on the brakes and cut-off -and Bhouted 'for
God's sake, open those gates.' "
John Hoffman, a motor man on the hill
cars testified: "I witnessed the accident
from the top of the hill. When I first
noticed the car coming np the incline, I re
marked that it was coming much faster than
usual and looking into the cab, saw Goble
pull back on the cut-off throttle, as tar back
as he could get it, and place his feet hard on
the brakes with his eyes fixed on the truck.
As tbe car dashed toward tbe bottom, where
it struck and flew to pieces like a bomb,
looking toward Goble I noticed that he was
pallid with agitation. I went over to him
and he exclaimed: 'Oh, my God, what have
I done.' I replied, 'You could not help it,
Charley, you did your full duty.' "
Other witnesses corroborated the story as
told above and the Coroner's jury adjourned
until next Monday morning.
Natural Gas Bills Reduced 75 Per Cent.
O'Keefe Gas Appliance Co.,34Fiflh av.
Cut peices. Child's plush coats, caps,
etc., at Busy Bee Hive, Sixth and Liberty.
Special Sale of Overcoats
To-morrow at the P. C. C C, cor. Grant and
Diamond sts., opp. new Court House.
Natnrnl Gas Bills Bednced 75 Per Cent.
O'KeefeGas Appliance Co., 34Fifth av.
For To-Morrow Only
180 men's royal kersey overcoats at 55.
P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts,,
opp. the new Court House.
The Bight Place
To buy your fall and winter overcoats and
suits is where you can save the most money
and get the best goods for the money. "We
claim, and stake onr reputation on it, that
we undersell anv clothier in Pittsburg. For
an example, look at the overcoats we will
offer to-morrow for $10andS12. "We posi
tively guarantee you a saving of from $5 to
57 on any overcoat or suit. No reason for
you to throw money away and buy your
clothing of high priced clothiers. Call t.
once on the P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Dia
mond sts., opp. new Court House, and you
will get lull value for your money.
Wedding Glfts'ln Onyx
Are as popular as ever. Clock sets, tables
pedestals and fancy pieces Boyal Worcesi
ter, Donlton and Crown Derby are pleasing
and appropriate. E. P. Roberts & Sons
have a wonderful, collection of articles suit
able for bridal gifts, and then they are so
obliging and seem to know just what-you
want, TSu
Special Sale of Overcoats
To-morrow at the P. O. O. C, cor. Grant and
Diamond sts., opp. new Court House.
Natural Gas Bills Reduced 75 Per Cent.
O'Keefe Gas Appliance Co.,34 Fifth av.
Speclnl Sale of Overcoats
To-morrow at the P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and
Diamond sts., opp. new Court House.
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
Name. Besldenes.
5 Walter D. Morris PltUburg
I Annie Keardon Plttsbnrg
( Wm. Schnler Allegheny
Marie Ohr Allegheny
(Martin Nngraxstt Pittsburg
( AnnaTapasl Pittsburg
( John B. Kirk Pittsburg
(Jennie Ayers Allegheny
J Frank Prochazka Plum Creek
( Barbara Fun far Plum Creek
I Michael Henahan Bradilock
Bridget Cullan Pittsburg
(JohnAllg Pittsburg
(EvaBuettner Pittsburg
( Hrnek Koto .... .Allegheny
( Mary Anna Sorg Allegheny
(Samuels. Evey Allegheny
Llbbie H. Barglsser Pittsburg
( Mayes H. Brodbead Pittsburg
( Catherine Boyce Plttsbnrg
( George Elsenhaner, Jr Allegheny
( Katie Templer Allegheny
(Wm. S. HoBlck Sprlngdale
(SallieK. Dauber Boss township
( Charles Hogbery McKeesport
J HaunaS. Johnson Pittsburg
( Theo. J. Owens ."Westmoreland county
( Cecilia Smith Westmoreland county
( Robert Flnan Saltsburg
Catherine McQlnn Saltsburg
( Joseph Jedlleka Allegheny
i Barbara Kallna Allegheny
( Patrick Coyne Pittsburg
Ellen Conley Pittsburg
DIED.
DAVIS-On Wednesday, October 17. 1889, at
11:30 A. lu B.UME Moeeow DAVIS, daughter
of John J. and Mattle Davis, aged 6 years 1
month.
Funeral Sukday, October 20. 1889, from the
residence of her parents, No. 2500 Penn avenue.
Carriages leave Miller Bros.' livery stable,
Soutnside, at 1 o'clock.
ELDER Suddenly, Saturday, October 19,
1889, at 4-05 a. si., Wm. H. Elder, son-in-law
or John King, deceased, In the 48th year of bis
age.
Funeral from the residence of his brother-ln-law.
D. N. Greves, Penn and Wlneblddle ave
nues, on Monday, October 21, at 3 o'clock p.
m. Friends of the family are respectfully In
vited, to attend.
Baltimore papers please copy. 2
GLASS-On Friday. October 18. 1889, at 1135
A. it, Mrs. Bttsannah Glass, in her 7Uta
year.
Funeral services from tbe residence of her
son-in-law, J. C. Shannon, No. 6347 Aurella
street, East End, on Sunday, 20th Inst, at 2
P. M. Interment private. Friends of the fam
ily are respectfully invited to attend. 2
HABBISON-On Saturday, October 19, 1889,
at 11:15 a.m., at his residence. No. 4930 Ells
worth avenne, Shadyside.AXFEED HARRISON,
in the 61st year of his age.
Funeral from his late residence on Monday
aftebnoon, October 21, 1889, at 2 o'clock.
Fnends of the family are respectfully Invited
to attend. 2
KEExAN On Friday. October 18, 1889, at 6
P. M., at his residence. Second avenue, near
linden staHsn, Besnabd Keelan, In his 52d
year.
Funeral from bis late residence on Monday
mobnino. October 21. at 8 o'clock sharp. Ser
vices at St. Stephen's Church, Hazelwood, at
8.30 o'clock.
(Johnstown papers please copy.)
KENNEY-On Friday, October 18. 1889, at
11:45 p. M.. Molme McGeaham, wife of M. F.
Kenney, in her 30th year.
Funeral from her late residence. Oat alley.
Twenty-seventh ward, Soutnside, on Sunday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the f am
ilv are resDectfnllv Invited to attend. 2
KING-On Friday, October 18, at 12:45 P. M..
at Brushtou rtation, P. B, K.. Jesse H. Kino,
son of Chas. F. King, of Hazelwood, In his 25th
year.
Funeral on Sunday, October 20, at 2 o'clock,
from his late residence, Center avenue. Brash
ton. Frederick City and Baltimore papers please
copy.
LYNN On Saturday. October 19, 1889, at 7
A. M., Mary, wife of the late Josepn Lynn, in
tbe 43d year of her age.
Funeral will take place from her late resi
dence. No. 16 Pine street, Allegheny, on Mon
day at 2 p. m.
MENTEL On Satnrday, October 19, at 2:10
p. M.. Amnie K. Mentel. beloved and oldest
daughter of Edward J. and Sophia Mentel, in
the 16th year of her age.
Funeral will take place on Tuesday afteb
noon at 2 o'clock, from parents' residence, No.
314 Spring Garden avenne. Friends of the fam
ily are respectfully invited to attend. 3
MULDOON On Thursday evening, October
17, at 9:15 o'clock. Miss MAGGIE A. MULDOON,
of Braddock, aged 22 years.
Funeral from her mother's residence, corner
Main and Robinson streets, Braddock, this
(Sunday) afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment
in Monongahela Cemetery. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend.
McFALL-Ou Saturday, .October 19, 1889,
James MoFall, in his 48th year.
Fnneral services at tbe residence of his
brother, Bobert McFall, Ko. 71 Klrspatrick
avenue, Allegheny, Monday, October 21, at 2
p. Jt. Interment private. 2
SAMPLE Suddenly on Thursday last at
his home, Columbiana, O., James Sample,
son oi wiuiam sample, or., oi snarpsourg.
Funeral yesterday at 1 o'clock p. M.
SCHRAMM On Friday, October 18. at 6 A.
it., Michael Schramm, Br:, aged 73 years 6
months 8 days.
Fnneral from his late residence, Klttannini;
road, O'Hara township, on Sunday, October
20. at 3 p. M. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. 2
WHITE On Saturday, October 19, 1889, at
II A. M., at the son's residence, 17 Sampson
street, Allegheny, Eliza, mother ot John
White, aged 64 years.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
WILSON On Saturday, October 19, 1889 at
the residence of her nephew. Major George W.
McKee, Allegheny Arsenal, Pa., Miss Maby
Cook Wilson, aged 81 years.
Interment in Kentucky.
Washington, Pa., papers please codj.
YOUNG On Saturday, October 19, 1889, at 12
u., Wtt B. Young, at residence of father,
Wm. a Young, No. 104 Manhattan street, At-
legneny iuy.
Funeral will take place Monday, October
21, at 2:30 p. M. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend.
IT STILL LEADS
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This bed
is giving all
the advan
tages of
higher
priced fold
ingbeds.and when hand
somely draped, is a richer piece
o furnimre than most heavy
wood front beds.
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We are forging ahead on MEN'S
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Our prices on HATS will also at
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thy reward. W. H. ELROD."
Tutt's Liver Pills
PUEIFY THE BLOOD,
ii MUBBATSTBEET, NEW YORK.
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TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillings from $1 up. Amalgarj, SOc;
silver, 75c; white alloy, th
Gold Crowns a specialty.
DR. J. M. MCCLAREN.
Comer Smithfield and Fourth avenue.
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We desire to call the special at
tention of the ladies to our Plush
Garments. It is a well known fact
that we never have any complaints
about the wear of our Plushes aa it
is our aim to secure only such
Plushes, that will give satisfaction
in every way. All our Plush Gar
ments are made on the same prin
ciple as real Sealskin, every Beam
is blocked and each garment is
fitted in the process of making.
The lining is of the best quilted
satin manufactured and we olaim,
without fear of contradiction, that
no Plushes in the world will wear i
better than ours, what more could
be asked than this. We guarantee
to sell you garments that cannot
be surpassed by any other house,
either in make, finish, fit or wear,
at ajsaving to you at from ?5 to
$10 on every garment, and what
we say about Plushes, holds good
also on Newmarkets, Wraps and
Jackets. Our assortment is so
complete that every style and
price askedsr is shown in endless
variety.
Seal Plush Sacques $15 98, $18,
$20 $25-
Seal Plush Wraps $9 50, $12, $15,
$18.
Seal Plush Jackets $8 50, $11 49,
$12 50, $16,
Just received 300 more of those
Pine All-wool Tailor-made Stooki
nette Jaokets at $3 49. The great
est bargain ever shown in Pitts
burg. Misses' and Children's
Cloaks in great variety, Plaids,
Stripes, Checks and Plain Colors.
Prices 81 49 to 816.
STRmUGEO JOSEPH,
Mors, Clolers and Hatters,
161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny.
limS LORD FAHNTLEROY
AT THE OJPEBA SOUSE THIS WEEK.
To enjoy the play you should read the book and te read the freefc
is to be in love with IAttle Lord Fauntleroy. The New York Herald
says of Mrs. Burnett: "We have no hesitation in saying that there is .
no living writer (man or woman) who has Mrs. Burnett's dramatis
power in telling a story.
little Lord Fauntleroy,, handsomely lxTind and
illustrated, by Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett, $1 45. ,
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THE ONLY RELIABLE
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PERFECT FITTING
DRESS REFORM
PATTERNS
For Undergarments and Ovargarments are is.
sued by the BUTTBKICK PUBLISHING CO.,
and have been foryears. We bave patterns for
every garment now advocated by all so-called
dress reformers, and many other patterns that
are much more practical than any issued by
these supposed brainy people.
Every lady knows how perfect the BUTTER.
ICK PATTERNS are, never such a thing as
wasting or spoiling the goods, and alwavs a
feet fit Oar trade on these earments of
has been wonderfully large. We can show yon
laper
of late
MfiliaillM
two to one more patterns for Dress Beform
than all others put together.
We also have these Dress Reform garments
In stock: cut from BUTTERICK PATTERNS:
aleo make them to order in silk, muslin, flan
nel, cashmere, etc.
Dress Reform Corset Waists and Supporters
for infants, misses, young ladles and ladies.
Ask to see them when in.
Open nntil 9 P. M. Saturdays.
A, 6, CAMPBELL & SONS,
710 Penn avenue, 710.
PENN BUILDING.
Between Seventh and Eighth Streets.
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jieiter quality vorsets, emoroiaerea ousts, at toe.
Extra quality Corsets, embroidered busts, at $1.
BOO bone Corsets, superior value, at $1 25.
Long waisted Corsets, an old favorite, at $1 BO.
Esmeralda Corsets, very fine, at $2.
1,000 bone Corsets, at $2 25.
Satin Corsets, at $1 58.
Satin Corsets, better quality, at $2 88. -;
Satin Corsets, best quality, at $ 50.
The famous I. C. Corsets, at $1 50, $2 25, $2 50, $3 and $St3
The celebrated C. P. Corsets, at $1 50. $1 75, $2, $2 50, $l78jtt
$3 25 and $& 50.
The well-known P. JO. Corsets, at $1 75, $2 50 and $3.
Her Majesty's Corsets, at $2 75, $3, $3 25, $3 50 and $4.
DOMES-HC COKSETS.
Ball's Health Corsets at $1, $1 25 and $2 50. . .
Thomson's Glove Fitting Corsets, at $1, $1 25, $1 50 and $1
Ferris Good Sense. Waists, at $1 25 and $1 75. .
Dr. Warner's Health Corsets, at SI. SI 25 and SI 63. '
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Bortree's Adjustable Duplex Corsets, at $1.
The C.B.ala Spirite Corsets, at $1, $1 25 and $1 50,
The Watch Spring Corsets, at $1 25.
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Sixth St. and Penn Ave,
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The Most complete
BTOCKin the city.
The 8. C. Nursing Corsets, at 88c.
Ball's Nursing Corsets, at $1.
Thomson's Nursing Corsets, at $1.
Br. Warner's Nursing Corsets, at $1 35.
MISSES' CORSETS.
Misses' Corset Waists, at 25c.
Misses' Double Ve Waists, at 50 and 75c
Ferris' Waists for Misses, at 50, 65, 75 and 85c.
Ball's Corsets for Misses, at 75 c. r-
Thomson's Corsets for Misses, at 75c.
Also a complete line of
BUSTLES and PANOTERS
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FLEISHMAN CO.'S
New Department Stores, .
504-506-508 Market Street, Pittsburg,
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Illustrated Price List Mailed Free of Charge.
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BEDROCK PRICES
We also manufacture the
wonderful combination
Easy dralr.
STEVENS CHAIR CO.
No. 3 SIXTH BTn
mllS6.su PITTSBURG,PA
For To-Morrotr'Only
180 men's royal kersey overcoats at $5.
P. C. C. 0., cor. Grant and Diamond sts..
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the new Court Honse.
Special Solo ofOTcrcom
To-morrow at the P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and
Diamond sts., opp. new Court Honse.
Natural Gas Bill Reduced 75 Per Cent.
O'Keefe Gas appliance Co.,34 Fifth ay.
omm
Do You Feel all tired out, nervous, irritable
and without appetite? Hood's Sarsaparilla
will overcome that tired feeling, tone your
nervous system, purify your blood, sharpen
your appetite, cure Indigestion and sick head
ache ana make yon cheerful and happy. Bo
sure to get Hood's Sarsaparilla.
OR. I. S. WAUGAMAN,
DENTIST,
311 Smithfield street
Gold fillings 11 00 and np
White allovnlllDES 1 00
Silver miines 75
Amalgam fillings. GO
Extracting teeth 25
Administering; pis , 60
Fine gold fillinj; and gold crown work a spe
cialty. TEETH, BEST SET, $10.
Work Roaranteed equal to any In the city.
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BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
406 and 408 Wood Street.
"EVERYBODY"
In town is talking abqut the
BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
Where the largest business ever done in this
city Is now being done.
READ OUR PRICES FOR THIS WEEK:
Decorated china fruit saucers, gold edge,
only 6c
10 piece decorated toilet set, only SI 75.
66 piece decorated tea set, only 2 89.
103 piece decorated dinner set, only 3 SO.
123 piece decorated dinner set, only $12 00.
12 piece decorated toilet set, with jar, only $5.
Decorated china fruit plates, only 10c.
Decorated china enspadores, square, only 60c.
Plain glass tumblers, onlv 2c
Cup plate and saucer, decorated, only 15c
Willow clothes hampers, only 60c
White granite side dishes, only 5c, '
Acme fry pans, only 5c
1-qt tea pots, 5c
DOLLSI DOLLS! DOLLS!
The largest assortment in the city.
China limb dolls, 10 inches lonp, only 5c
China limb dolls, 11 inches only, only 10c.
Patent head dolls, hair-stuffed, bodylSinches
long, 10c
Jointed doll, bisque head, flowing hair, 11
inches long, 25c
Kid body doll, bisque bead, flowing hair, 19
inches long, 25c
Patent bead doll, 33 inches long, only 75c
Patent head doll, flowing hair, shoes and
stockings, 23 Inches long, worth SI 00, only 50c
Dressed doll, bisque head, flowing hair, show.
Ing teeth, 17 Inches long, cheap at SI. only 60c
fiisqne bead doll, dressed, a bargain, for 25c
A full assortment of dolls' beads, 5c to II 25.
Full size silk plush albums, only 69c
Comb, brush and mirror in plush bor, only
75c
Odor case;, 10c to Si 00.
Everything you want in toys, games, etc
Great bargains on our fio and 10c counters.
H. G. HAYDEN & CO.
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GONE FOREVER!
' The immense stock of the late "Wm. Semple's enormous Drvgoods Establishment has
been sold to a firm of NEW YORK AUCTIONEERS, who will now close out the EN
TIRE STOCK, consisting of a fine line ot
Silks, Cashmeres, Cloth and Plush Cloaks and
Wraps, Ladies' Pine Ready Made Suits, Cali
coes, Blankets, Shoes, Carpets, House
lurnishing Goods, Crockery, etc., at
jLUOTIOlNr PRICES !
Everything Must be Sold. The Entire Building MUST BE VACATED.
REMEMBER we remain a VERY SHORT TIME only.
Call at once to seenre onr Bargains. We will
GUARANTEE TO SELL THESE GOODS
CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE
IN EXISTENCE.
COME AND BE CONVINCED.
SEHPLE BUILDING,
165,167 and 169 FEDERAL ST., ALLEGHENY.
NOTE. If certain self-styled Cheap Dry-goods Houses in Pittsburg
and Allegheny imagine that by hiring away our help they can
cripple us and thereby prevent the Public from securing our big
bargains they are making a terrible big mistake. We. are de
termined to sell our goods before removal, cost what it may, and
will spare neither time nor expense to secure for our Customers
prompt and polite attention.
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Established 1SI7.
X.. 6LE8ENKAMP & SON.
Builders of FINE CARRIAGES.
Our assortment includes light and heavy work
of every description.
See Display at Exposition.1
Salesrooms, 818 and 380 Peaa ovmm.
Ko eomucttsn with aay otbtt orrig mm.)
The Silver lining; that has long; been seen by us, now j
way to a burst of sunlight intensely bright S6 warn, so.il
vigorating, 60 healthy is the pulse of trade, and has been mm
the opening of the Exposition, that it has tested the ability fif J
our corps of salesmen to keep pace with the steady flow
customers to our place of business. True, -many were
waited on several days last week owing to the great rusfe;bij4
to-morrow we remedy that weak spot by the addition of ."a
era! competent gentlemen.
We have just received another carload of'our
$18 BEDROOM SUITS,
Which is, without a doubt, a hummer. Solid Oak wkliu
man Beveled Plate Glass. By all means see our $48
Walnut Suit, with Toilet or Washstand Tennessee Ma
too. beveled Plate on Dresser 24x30 inches. Big; value inM
surely for the money. Besides this we show a line of Oakawil
Walnut Suits as high as $250.
OUR CARPET ROOM
Is trulv a model. A complete line of floor coverings,
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bracing everytning irom tne cneapest nemp carpet, to,-i
Roval Wiltons. Also an elegant line of DrusfCfets, Veri
Fur and Smyrna Rugs and Mats, Oil Cloths, LinoleuiMjjet
in jurapenes, murrains, etc., we neaa tne use, snowing a
some line of genuine Irish roint, lambour and Nottn
Lace goods and a complete line of Portieres, Curtail'
Draperies. JNot only these things, but many other thing
numerous to mention, all of which goes to furnish a hou
the most complete manner, for
rvn r-ivra rxpv TrHito'f,
un uun cs& i icrm.o
PAYMENT.
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HOPPER BROS. & CO,
THE ONLY COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISH
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