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THE PITTSBtmff DISPATCH, ? - STTNDAT,r; " NOTBMBEB -1889 !?8
M SOUL FOE MUSIC.
An Act of the New York Aldermen That
jPtot Unpopular Wfamt tbo Lot of
: Street Marie Plenns to Borne
; . , rerrciAL ttlegrjlh to xh DisrATca.1
''E'W Yoek, November 2. The orean
Krinders hadn't heard to-day that they had
.been called in, and they continued to grind
xnerrr grind in different parts 01 the
Ecitj, jost at tnongh the Aldermen had
never passed nor the Mayor signed an ordi
nance abolishing their business. "They
haven't heard of it yet," said
;' H. S. Taylor, the hand organ manfact
nrer, in Chatham square to-day, "and
even after they do the most of them will
keep on playing until the police warn them
to quit, Next week I expect I'll begin to
hear from them, and by the middle of the
month I'll have had most all of them here
trying to sell me their organs. There are
about 150 of them in New Tork City, and
not less than 500 persons depend upon the
earnings of the organs for their living. All
of them own their own organs, but they have
frequently had to borrow money with which
to pay for them, so that they are left worse
off by the ordinance than those who only
rented their orcans.
"The way most of themdo is to come
hem with all the money they can scrape to
gether, and boy as good an organ as the
money will pay lor. xnen tney save wnai
they can. and when they have a little sum
they will come again and swap their old
organ for a better. They keep on, if they
have good luck, until they own a really
fine instrument, like these piano organs that
are carried about on wheels and cost $200.
There are a number of them now owned in
this city, and of course the investment in
them, representing the savings sometimes of
years, is pretty nearly dead loss. The busi
ness is a very poor one at best; the organ
grinder's average income is from SI to ?1 50
a day, and that generally Has to support a
Everybody had a good word to say for the
organ grinders and the little German tooters
to-day. Ninety-nine people out of every 100
probably enjoyed, or, at least, did not dis
like the street music, and if there had been
any idea that such an ordinance would
really be enacted there would have been a
loud protest against it. The police are
among those who don't think that the
musicians ought to go, bnt they say they'll
have to enforce the law, all the same.
Most Women's Troubles
are caused by a disordered stomach.
genuine Carlsbad Sprudel Salt is a positive
remedy for a disordered stomach. Secure
only the genuine.
Solid Gold Filled Watches,
Elgin or Waltham make, gents' size, $18;
lady's size, $15; watch clnbs charge $32 and
$36 for the same watches; also special bar
gains this week in silverware and fine
mantel clocks, at Hauch's, No. 295 Filth
ave. Established 1853. WFSa
Cabinet photos, $1 per rioz. Lies' Pop
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st. ttsu
Don't be misled. Stick to the old relia
ble Wainwrigbt's beer. All dealers keep it.
5525 is their telephone number. TUSa
At all prices and in very choice designs.
"We shall open another special importation
lot of moderate price Minton sets early next
week. French,' Eendbick & Co.,
- 516 Smithfield street, opposite City Hall.
Go TO Groetzinger's great sale of carpets,
carpet remnants and rugs, beginning Nov.
4. '627 and 629 Penn avenue.
As usnvil in large variety, at French, Ken
drick & Co.'s, 516 Smithfield st., opposite
James Geary. Manager
Harry Bcott. Eesldent Manager
Week, November 4t
World's Greatest Curiosity,
THE OSSIFIED MAN,
A human being imprisoned in his own ossi
Marvelous! Mysterious! Mystifying! For
over 30 years he has lain in one position,
unable to move a muscle, suffers no pain,
eats, breathes, sleeps, the lungs and digestive
organs the only animate part of his
As Irot's wife (of Bible history) turned to
a pillar of salt, so does this man turn to
His will is made; lie requests that he bs
placed, after he dies, over his own grave as
He is pronounced by the medical world
to be the greatest of all Pathological sub
jects, the only and, perhp.ps, the last case of
the kind ever recorded in history.
Every man, woman and child in the two
cities should see this wonder of all won
ders. Many other new features in Curio Hall,
with a clever entertainment in theater, in
troducing the Kings of Music and
Vnd?rt)? direction of
WEEK MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4,
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
EVANS AND HOEY
Lessee and Manager.
MR. E. W. WILT,
Engagement of the Eminent Comedian, '
ME. SOL SMITH RUSSELL
OLD CITY TIAJLm
TUESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 19, 89.
IK AID OP THE
Pittsburg Domestic Training School.
LEOPOLD & KEATING
late of Leopold
Late of Keating
HEATH & DTT BASSETT,
BLOCKSOM & BTJENS,
Lightning Sketch Artists,
And a, number of others.
OPEN DAILY FBOM 1 TO 10 r. K.
Admission, 10c. Children, 5c.
Monday Evening, Nov. 4.
Matinees, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Miss Pauline Batcheller,
Le Clair and Leslie,
Miss Georgia Blake,
Mr. George Murphy,
Miss Katie Wells,
Miss Carrie Wentworth,
Misses Davenport and
20 Handsome Ladles
and the New Burlesque,
ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA.
Election returns read from the stage Tuesday
Not. 11 Reilly and Wood's Big Show. no3-3
A PARU0R MATCH
b:o"Z"T'S ibiest :Fii.A."sr..
"Seems Like a
Since Last Produced Hera it has
been Ornamented with
New Songs, New Laughs,
New Dances, New Fun,
New Music, New Specialties.
dioies onsrxrz" jfttjst iidt town
E"Election Returns will be announced from the stage Tuesday,
November 5, during performance.
BIJOU PRICES: vSWoaioso.
Week November 11. Bartley Campbell's "SIBERIA."
COMMENCING MONDAY, NOV. 4,
Every Afternoon and Evening.
Every Act New. Every Act a Feature.
Elegant. Refined. Artistic.
Week Nov. Utb, ZO.IZO. no3-4
Cor. Seventh ave. and New Grant street
You are respectfully invited to attend THE
IMPERIAL CLUB'S erand receptions, held
EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT from 8
Music by the Mozart and Royal Italian or
chestras. Admission, 50c; bat box, 10a and 15c noS-34
urnishes Music for Concerts, Weddings,
.Receptions, etc., etc.
Also Lessons on Flute and Piano.
Sel5-144-su 410 WOOD ST.
N. Y. HERALD.
In E. E. Kidder's Successful Comedy Drama,
A POOR RELATION!
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday Matinee.
-. The Faroical Scream,
"Wednesday Matinee and Saturday Night.
Produced with the same Cast, Complete Scenery and Stage Setting
used at Daly's Theater in New York City during Mr. KusseU's
recent great run at that theater.
MR. FRED G. BERGER, Manager.
Week November 11. A MIDNIGHT BELL. '
On which occasion the management will have the honor to present the greatest galaxy ol arttsul
-otw. kw,iu isgQtuec w jutt concert,
THE EMINENT AMERICAN SOPRANO. Miaa
PRIMA DONNA OF THE JUCH GRAND ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY, .- I
Who come Irom Baltimore during the encasement of ber great companjinttMettjv!'
,WMJ IU SJIfQI iU .Ui. ViUUlkJ. Jt' l 'i
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MR. H- B. BROCKEnW
THE HAM QUARTET,
u.,u. tujsuiiCL First Tenor.
W. CLLtf. McCAUSLAND, 8econd,TeneS
O-.F, .Wagner. Seeosd3a
B. MAYER, Pianist ' f f
MR. WM. fillFNTHFR. '.-?. rf
MR. CARL RETTER,
MR. THOS. F. KIRK, Director.
Have you used4
THE PfflLHABIMC SOCIETI,
THOMAS F. KIRK; Conductor.
MISS AGNES V0GEL,
THE' POC0-A-P0G0 ORGHESM,
MRS. DR. J. 8. "WALTERS, Conductor.
MISS MAMIE REUCK,
THE BEETHOVEN OUARKT.
CARL RETTER, Piano. F. JOERGE. VIOIIb.
GEO. 10ERQE, Viola, a COOPER, 'Cello.
.MR. E. H. DERMITT,
Mrs. B. r. jo-aei, Mrs. William Frew, rt . H. Kirk Portsr. Mrs. TV. J. iloorhesd.
m2" y'rSiV . "' 8'5'&50l'iaa lM- Geo- " Dllwortn, Mrs. Geo. X Berrj.
"tll-f VSSS?'?: 5PJ- ? -. firs, Geo. P. Hsmilton, Mrs. H. Sellers McKs
m iiZ.ftfii'itJ''??,- Joseph Dllworth. firs. Jss. B. JlePsilaen, Mrs. -Win. H. BlnsS; ,
2 T?n--JiwSi S' ioba H. Hampton, Mrs. Jonn O. Holmes, Mrs. 3. M. Scnoonmilw,
2- Xm'k eiS?d' Mrs. SamnelBerrersnce, Mrs. Byron H. Psintar, Mrs. W. O. MeCsndless
2' ?lJtBlSM.nt M.'?-.J.fi.',.Hvi,llMU'. MmChafcLiCUrkt, Mrs. "Willtom Porsxttl
SH Ai'S,ei?S5ftl5f.v f" Ctorlst. lliinMnJsv.Mra. rtltls Solmea, Mrs. W. G. Park,
Mrs. Oliver McCUntock, Mlisssdle Stewsrt. Mrs. Robert B. Slnxer, Mrs. J. B. Wsshlnirton.
Mrs. Joseph Wood, Mrs. Lawrence Uliirortb, Mrs. Wm.Tbw, Jr., Mrs.WalMrlMcCllstock.
MlssMcCUlUnd, Mrs. Wlllism A. HerronlMrs. Wilson Mlfler. ' MM-MraOiJirit
Mn.ChsrlesR.Bllwortlj,Mrs. Prank 8. Blssell, MlssOiDard,
Mrs.Joiei)hK.DUwortlj,Mri. e.D.Hiunnbrers;Mrs. Christian L MeKea.
" & S.?.eW iJrs.Kemsen V. Messier, Mrs. W- wTPatrtckT
te S?W1,f ,5lwr0rtll Mrs. Ogden Edwards, Mrs. A. O. Dtsto,
5r,?r3erlcfrJUi Mrs. CBarl E. CUpp. MlssMeKee.
u itftomik..u.. r...h,i ii..: cr:r"rrr-Tr;-' jx"' r.."r. t"?."
1" ft;A-Si?Jl.. ilr-Snr6lnil0.rae'r. Mrs. O. B. VsndsTon. Mrs. Chsrles speneerlv r
Mrs. Lner A. Kramer, Mrs. George Shlrss, IIL.Mrs. William B. M trier, Mrs. 1. H. Htewart. ',
JJ2'A.-..r.,.,.SLiint,; " iVB.WslliW 'Jin. MsrcMWrtlSlS BslVtaSv.
Mrs. Willis nalsell, Mrs. Oeorce L. MeCor, Mrs. De Witt LoomU, MUsMsrr Holmes,
Miss geitemsn, Mrs. gsrld Galwsj Mrs. James H. Hays? Mrs. Jng? MeSuKBest'.
Mr.Geor(ceC.Bnrpwin,Mr.HenrrA.Breed. Mrs. Alan W. Wood, Miss MeCandleafc
Mrs. Mskewell PhllEps, Mrs. M. A. Woodward, Mrs. John DalieliT Mrs. JuSS Borers. :
S K2 unx. Jlrs.persirer Smith, Mrs. Stephen MeCandleaV
Mrs. Conrad Kay. Mrs, Georc 8. GrlKom, Mrs. Bamnel MeXee. "
S2- SiSi S!Kl$Tt . " is W. Chalftnv Mrs. Judge Mellon
Mrs. CharieA. Painter, Mrs. Chas. Arbuthnot. Mrs. W. B. non.c!
Mrs. W. W. WUlock, Mrs. James W. Brown. Mrs. Charles A. Hook.
Mrs. D. C. Phillip..
Mrs. C. W. Batohalors,
MlssB. H. Kllllkellr,
jars, xieurj a. jung.
Mrs. V. a. Stewart,
Mrs. wuiism uea,
Mrs. Richard Hay,
Mrs. William H.Says.
Mrs. Georie B. aterriH Mn.GeorreE. Painter, Mrs. etoraeW.Ootbrie, airs.James K.MeUosL ' '
Miss LrdU Hays, , MUsgjeer. ' Mrs. JopT.A.Lothrop, Mrs. JudiV&Jtof " '
Mrs. George Hodges,
nri. Lewu irwiu,
Ml.sA. E. Bodgers .
Mrs. Hichard G. Wood,
Mrs. D. N. Bankln,
Mrs. B. 8. McCarne.
Miss Jane d. Watson,
Mrs. Josenh D. LrrarT
Mrs. Joseph 8. Brown,
Mrs. Wllllsm Watson.
Mrs. J. P. E. Knmlsr.
Mrs. Edward P. Cowan. Mr.. John T. Wltnn
Mrs. Charles C. Bcalfe, Mrs. Charles LockBart.
Mrs. Philip Beymer, Mrs. Charles P. Orr,
Mrs. Lemnel Bannister. Mrs. hoi Schorer.
Mrs. M. W. Holmes. Mrs. W. P. Wooldridi
lrs. 8. Jams Adams, . Mrs, WlllUm Scott.
sirs. wm. juwooaweu, Mrs. Limit. Pitch,
Mrs. C. P. Bodgers, Mrs.. P. M. Magee,
MM, George Singer, Jr., Mrs. a L. Msgee.
Mrs. T. A- GlUeapie, Mrs. Willis U King,
Mrs. W, G. Hawkins, Mrs. John B. MrGlslay.
Mrs. John Caldwell. Sllu M. L. jsekson,.
Mrs.WlUlama.. Abbott, Mrs.Tbomss Attertiary.
Miss JUS BJn r. Mrs. H. C. Bo ghman,
Mrs. John A. Harper, Mrs C 7. Blngamanl
Mrs. J. O. Kewmyer, Mrs. James B. Scott, '
" vT.ocii, jun. s. u. Dcnoycr,
Mrs, H. P. Bbbert, Mrs. J . B. MtCl tatoe t Miss Moorhead.
IaayOvranaKora of tlio 3Pitts'bxir Domostlo TralningSohool,
jara. ueorge uragnun. Mrs. J. K. Woodwell. Mrs. E. VL. O'NrtlL
y" to i.t a., a. whiuhi
Mrs. H. B. Holland,
Mrs. W. H. Dalr.
Mrs. W. L. Cbalfant,
Mrs. A. W. Book,
Mrs. Cttas. A. Carroll,
Mrs K. Q. Speer,
Mrs. E. M. Kertnson.
Mrs. Benben Miller. Mrs. U. I
Mrs. Jsmes McCrea, Mrs. H. M. Preston,
airs. vr. a. new, mrs. nm. l. uowe,
Mrs. Charles B. McLean. Mr.. 3. E. Schwartz,
Mrs. K. B. Brown, Mrs. Jobn W. Black,
Mr.. H. Lee Mason, Mri. K. W. Patterson,
Mrs. O. A. Ashbnrner, Mrs. A. E. Hnnt,
Mrs. Wm. Murray, Mrs. H. D. Sellers,
Miss Carnahan, Miss Emma Posdls,
Ml.s L, B. Mackintosh,
Mrs. J. J. VandergrUk
Mrs. George Doff.
Mrs. George Watson,
Mrs. Jobn M. Addy .
Mrs. Samuel Plsber,
Mrs. Reed Vincent.
Miss Oil Lyon.
TICKETS, WITH RESERVED SEAT, $1 50 AMD SI00;
AJUjuiOIf OWU SOLCLiAH.
The plan of Reserred Seats will be ready at tne mnslc store or H. Kleber & Bro., SOB Woo4 Bt
ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, AT O A. M.
Tickets (ezcbaneeaDlo for reserred seats as abore) mar now bo bad of tie Lady Manacero
tha Training School. - ' . 3
YOU WHO ARE COlViPELLED
TO : "DRAW : THE : PURSE : STRINGS : TIGHT" : IN : THE : CAUSE : OF : ECONOMY
WILL NEVER KNOW HOW GREATLY IT IS TO YOUR INTERESTS TO MAKE YOUR PURCHASES AT
THE PEOPLE'S FAVORITE STORE.
THE LEADING ESTABLISHMENT OF THE. CITY.
UNTIL YOU HAVE VISITED GOO TO 400 MARKET STREET AND FOUND OUT ALL ABOUT THE LOW PRICES AND GRAND QUALITY GOODS.
"What's in a name?" about 40
per cent extra profit (out of your
pocket) if you buy your Hat of a
fashionable hatter and about 25 per
cent (out of your pocket) if you
buy at any hat store in town other
than ours. We show what is un
doubtedly the largest and best
variety of Hats and Caps for Men,
Boys and Children in this city. We
know this to be so and shame on
those dealers who would have you
believe to the contrary. But this is
not all. Not only have we the lar
gest stock, but we are naming posi
tively the lowest prices. No mat
ter what kind of a Hat or Cap you
want we have it It really doesn't
seem worth while to name prices in
the newspapers. We desire to put
solidity into a business by truth
telling, but we're often disgusted by
the need of using the same ideas,
sometimes the same form of ex
pressions in telling the truth that
some other has applied to an oppo
site condition of facts. What we
state as a small thing is advertised
as a big thing by the notoriety seek
ing dealers. Prices, unless the
qualities are known, are as uncer
tain as "blind-man's-buff." Let us
see lots of new faces. Let those
who have never traded with us call
and see us. Our old customers
luive no special need of an invita
tion, for we're happy to say that we
refciin all who have once favored
us with their welcome patronage.
Men's, Ladies', Misses', Boys'
and Children's Footwear of all
kinds. We not only show all the
latest styles in comfortable and
durable Footwear, but have the
largest stock ever brought to' Pitts
burg. We not only warrant every
pair of Shoes we sell to give full
and complete satisfaction, but guar
antee our prices
LOWER FOR BETTER
than many other dealers ask for or
dinary trash. Altho' this depart
ment of ours has been in existence
but some six years yet it is one of
the strongholds of our business.
Of course we know that other deal
ers who go on the claim-everything
plan of doing business are assert
ing that they have the biggest trade
in Shoes of the city, but facts-
dead, sure facts are against such
windy assertions. There is no
sham about our claims and we
refer to them only to show that our
Shoes are the lowest in price and
give satisfactory wear hence our
great and well-deserved popularity.
OYBRCOATS d STJITS
We have them at all prices, from the plainest and cheapest to the finest made and most expensive. No
doubt at all about one fact and this is that no house in Pittsburg has so huge a stock, so great an assort
ment, so large a variety, or such great values to offer an appreciative public as we have. Bear this
constantly in mind, or better still, come and see our goods and note our price and satisfy your
selves. Our Men's Suits start at 5 and same with Overcoats, and the prices go through
all the intermediate stages until they reach for Suits $35 and for Overcoats 30. Any
figures beyond this are simply outrageous. Keeping store as we do for everybody
you can easily imagine that no matter how much or how little a man has to
spend for clothing, we can suit and satisfy him. We have all kinds wanted;
we have the confidence of the people that our goods can be relied on
and every one who has ever had the pleasure of buying at our
::: store knows well that our prices are the lowest :::
OYEBCOATS ' STJITS
IFOR BOTS .AJST-D OHILDBEN.
We. never had such an attractive stock and the best indorsement is the crowd of buyers every day. Fancy
80 tables (actual count) each table being 12x4 feet piled higher than you can reach with Boys' Clothing
of every description. Then picture to yourselves 54 experienced salesmen (actual number) hustling
here and hurrying there and doing nothing else than waiting on our patrons in our Boys' and
Children's department Then again it would seem as though our salesmen had each three
pairs of hands and could be in three places at once, so easily do they accomplish their
work. Verily ours is the popular Boys' and Children's Clothing store of the city.
And what think you brings the great throngs of buyers, day in and day out?
Not ourselves of a surety. Then what is it? Nothing more or less than
our reliable goods and low prices. Let us tell you this: The poorer
you are the less you can. afford to buy "trash" advertised by
.'., other houses at wonderfully low (?) prices. Give the "Cheap
.:- John" dealers a wide berth. Your boys will then not -" :.
' only wear better clothes but you will of a certainty
save money. We cannot be undersold on "',,'
::: reliable goods. :::
ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO.
Please don't imagine that because
this is a Clothing store that the
Furnishing Goods department is
simply an insignificant side issue,
with only a meager assortment of
cheap and medium goods; true the
volume of business in this depart
ment is small compared with sales
of clothing; but on the other hand,
when compared with the average
Furnishing store it is as three! to
one; and the same comparison will
apply to the relative size of stocks;
a- reverse of this parallel would ex
aggerate the difference of prices in
our favor; but still, there is a great
difference. When it come3 to nov
elties in Neckwear, and fancy "Fix
ings" for dressy men. and line after
line of standard makes of Under
wear, it's no uncommon thing to
find our prices one-third lower than
the exclusive (?) stores. We'll
hardly take second place to even
the "swell" furnishing places on ex
treme novelties and imported spec
ialties, but these new fangled
notions cut no figure with the
steady-going man of the masses;
and the invitation we extend to him
is one of a solid yet substantial
sort; good, strong' goods and prices
that a day's hunt will not beat
Come one, come all and see this
Furnishing department of ours;
expect to be surprised at its extent,
amazed at rare values offered and
dead sure of no disappointment
An elegantly framed (white and sold frame) Btohing or Engraving (size 16x20 Inohes) given away free t.hta week with every purchase
in our Men's or Youth's. Clothing Department to the amount of 810 or upward.
TSE STOKE FOB
FULL DRESS SUITS,
A grand assortment, Almost in
variably of Broadcloth for the :
Coat and Vest and black Doeskin..
for the Pants. For Full Dress;
White Pique Silk and Satin Vests?..
and Moire Antique Vests in Whitejy
and Parti shades are also- worn! $
Goods of greater excellence' inu
' ' "4x
workmanship and superiority of.
material cannot be found at any
merchant tailors in. town; We'll
save you fully 50 percentoaa
Full Dress Suit
A' grand stock of Livery , Coats
in the popular fcfae, green, black,
and wine colors and in the; most
correct of styles. AU the acces
sories of livery such as Collars,
Gloves, Hats, Neckwear, etc.&al
way3 in stock. Gentlemen -and
ladies keeping their liveried coach-
men should' call and inspect1 'the
goods we keep, a saving (in many
cases 50 per cent) being effected lit
the purchase of any of these goods.
1 t. '
Hunting Clothing of all kinds,
from a pair of Boots, pair of. Leg
gings, a Hat or Cap, pair of Pants
or a full Suit, It's only a question
of what the hunter wants, to get it
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