THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, ERIDAT, APRHT 18, 1890.
MINING SCALE FIXED.
Both Sides Make Concessions and a
Small Advance is Granted.
UNDERTAKERS FOR A COMBINE.
Contract Labor I-aw Violations in Law
ALL THE NEWS FROM SEAEBI TOWNS
Coltjmbus. April 17. The prices for
imams for the coming year have been fixed
and the inter-State, agreement revived by
the miners and mine operators of Ohio and
Pennsylvania. This is the result of a de
cided change in the sentiments of both the
miners and operators attending the joint
convention -which concluded its sessions
this evening. Concessions were made on
Throush a committee on conference the
differences between the miners and oper
ators was reduced tr a matter of 1 cent, the
ultimatum of the operators beinc 70 cents lor
the Hockinc Valley and 79 cents for the Pitts
Durc district, while the miners demanded 71
and 80 cents respectively for the two districts.
After secret deliberation the miners conceded
tne price fixed by the operators, and the scale
was acreed to by the joint convention amid
AN ADVANCE GKANTED.
The scale is 10 cents lower than the original
proposed by the miners, and an advance of 5
cents over the prices paid in tho Hocking dis
trict the past year and an advance of 6 cents
over the prices paid in the Pittsburg district.
It now seems probable that corresponding
prices will be fixed in Indiana. Illinois and
West Virginia. 1 he operators of those States
must now agree to prices satisfactory to the
miners or submit to a strike, in which they will
have to fight not only the miners of Ohio and
Pcnnsvlvania, but the operators as well
as the miners nf their own States.
The miners of Illinois and Indiana are confi
dent that tho operators of those Slates will now
give tbem an audience. It is said the operators
of the two htates. while not willing to meet
vfrh th nrwratnin of Ohio and Pennsylvania.
are ready to confer with their own miners. In
view of this fact, a joint convention of mine
operators and miners will probably be held at
Indianapolis April 25. and a convention of the
Illinois operators at St. Louis April 23. The
miners ot these two States approved the scale
adopted for Ohio and Pennsylvania, believing
that their action would be approved by their
MAT JTAKBOW THE MARKET.
The advance in prices of mining will not ma
terially affect the lake coal trade, which has
already opened and will continue through the
season of navigation. The buyers of coal in
the Northwest will simply have to pay more for
the coal. A prominent operator said the ad
vance might possibly narrow the market for
Ohm and Pennsylvania coal in the Chicago
lhe closing sessions of the joint convention
weie chipflv occupied in a discussion which
had the effect of considerably modifying the
expressions of both miners and operators
on the previous day. Tho arguments of
Oscar Townsend. David Patterson, Morrison
Foster and Alexander Patterson for the oper
ators were particulaily effective. The com
mittee of conference, which did such excellent
work, w.s composed of Messrs. Townsend,
Chapman. Job, Martin, Bobbins, Andrews and
Dempster for the operators, and Messrs. Nu
gent, George. Thomas. Kae. Watchorn, Bar&er
and Smith for the miners. The convention ad
journed to meet in Pittsburg the first Tuesday
in April, JS9L The names of the members for
the inter-State board are to be sent to Patrick
McBrvde. Secretary of the convention, in the
JDST A MATTER OF BUSINESS.
Colonel Scon's Best Frlendu Arrayed
Acnlmt Him in a Ijiw Salt.
rSFECIAt. TELXGKAM TO THE DISPATCH.I
Erie, April 17. Hon. William 1 Scott is
occupied here this week, as defendant in a
lawsuit. Twenty-five years ago when Hon.
William L. Scott bought out the Erie Canal
and dried it no iu the interest of the Pennsyl
vania Railroad Company it is alleged that he
bad money in his; hands which belonged to the
E. Newberger, who bought some of the judg
ments against the Canal Company, alleges that
Mr. Scott. W. V. Reed and J. K. McCalloogh,
of Philadelphia, have upward of S200,000 which
belong to the creditors, and this be is trying to
prove in court this week. Arrayed against Mr.
Scott in the prosecution of the case is Hon.
George A Allen and Louis Rosenzweig,Esq.,Mr.
Scott's political advisors and held marshals.
Their litigation, keen as it is, docs not interfere
with their personal relations.
WILL BE FORCED TO STRIKE.
K. ot L. Iiendcrt any Ralney'n" Employes
Must Come Oat When Ordered.
ItSFECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.!
Scottdale, April 17. The Knights of Labor
have not as j et ordered the strike at Rainey's
Coke Works. They say it isnot expedient when
non-union men can be so easily obtained.
Rainey is said to be paying CO cents for coke
drawing and SI for mining, which is considera
bly unaer the K. of L. rates.
Some of the labor leaders intimate that the
employes must strike when ordered or the
miners of the other works will force tbem into
submission. Ho radical action will be taken by
labor leaders, however, lhe difficulty at the
Lemont Coke Works has been settled.
DEADLOCK AT JOHNSTOWN.
Absenco of a Democratic Councilman Pre"
Tent the Election of City Officers.
KPTCML TELXOBAM TO THE DISPATCH.!
Johsstown, April 17. Thirty ballots were
bad in joint session of Councils for the election
of Qity Solicitor, but no conclusion was
reached. 1 bis was owing to the absence of one
of the Democratic members, which party has a
majority of one on joint ballot, the appointment
being made on strict paity lines. For the same
reasons the police appointments have not yet
been made either.
The Mayor's nominations will be considered
in joint session on Saturday evening,
JIILLHORE'S BONDSMEN SUED
For the Railroad Brotherhood Fonda tbe
Treasurer Ilns Not Accounted For.
SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO TUB DISPATCH.I
Reading, April 17. Attorneys for the Rail
roaa Brotherhood, of this place, have entered
snitagain't the bondsmen of Treasurer Mill
more. They claim judgment in the sum of
51,000 with Interest from 1SSS.
MiUmore, they claim, has refused to make a
just and true account as treasurer, and to pay
and deliver over to the plaintiffs tbe money,
roods and Chattels In his nnatM.lAn hlnnmn
to the Brotherhood.
Incrrnalnc Its Capacity.
:SPECIAL TEI.EGKAH TO THE DISPATCH.I
Butler. April 1". The Standard Plate Glass
Company, the principal stockholders of which
belong to Pittsburg, are enlarging their plant
here very materially. They are changing it
from 40 to 60 pots, and making other improve
ments which will cost upwards of $100,000. The
number of employes will be increased from
500 to uw.
A Bis Coal Output.
.SPECIAL TELEGBAM TO THE DISPATCH.!
Phillipsbueq, Pa., April 17. The output of
the miA'S of Bell. Yates x Co., at their Rey
noldsville works last week, was the largest in
the history of the company. One thousand and
seventeen cars ot coal and coke were shipped.
These cars placed in a continuous line would
reach about six miles, or an average of a solid
mile of cars per day.
Grocers to Convene at Scrantou.
1SPECIAL TELEGRAX TO THE DISPATCH. 1
Sckaktok, April 17. The State Grocers'
Association will bold a convention in this city
next Tuesday and Wednesday. On Thursday
the delegates will visit tne industries of the
city, and in the evening a banquet will be held
at the Wyoming House.
Novel Punishment for Lying.
rSPECIAX. TELEGRAX TO TBE DISPATCH.!
Lima, April 17. One of tbe lady school teach
ers of this city punishes her boy pupils for lying
by making them protrude their tongues from
their mouths and then scraping tbem with a
knife blade. The School Board will investigate
Prlre of Cut NnlU Advanced.
Wheeling, April 17. The Western Cut
Nail Association met bere to-day, and after a
general discussion of the state of trade It was
decided to advance the price of nail to the 12
base, less 10 cents for carload lots. They antic
ipate a good spring business.
A FIGHT 'FOR LAND.
Two OH. Lenin Claimant! Having a Lively
Straggle for Possession.
rSPXCIAI. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH. I
Chabtiees, April 17. There was a minia
ture war here to-day over the lease of some
territory by two different Pittsburg parties. It
seems that Wesley Webber and Joseph Wal
lace, Esq., both of Pittsburg, claim to hold the
lease of the May farm in this field. Webber
bad possession, an 3, with his men, was prenar
ingto drill. Wallace entered suit and came
down this -morning with officers, who placed
Webber and three workmen under arrest.
The party gave bail for appearance, and re
turned to the disputed territory.
In the meanwhile Wallace had placed a lot
of lumber on tbe ground as an evidence that he
was in possession. Webber and his party threw
the lumber into the creek and floated it down
toward tbe Ohio river. Orders were then given
to proceed with the work and to-night Webber
is again in command. He says he will hold tbe
fort against all comers. He has a rig partly up
and will commence drilling on Mondav.
Webber claims tbat Joseph May. the owner of
tbe farm, gave him tho first lease and then re
leased it to Wallace. Lively times are expected,
as Wallace w ill likely make another attempt to
oust the Webber party, and if be does he will
be strongly resisted.
IMPORTING ALIEN LABORERS.
The Contract Labor Lnw Daily Tialated In
irpECIAl. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.
New Castle, April 17. That tbe contract
labor law is being openly evaded is very evident
from what has been recently observed in this
city. Every day from two to six Italians arrive
in Lawrence county, and go direct to agents
stationed here, who are mediators between the
emigrants and the contractors.
Yesterday six of these dusky sons of Italy
arrived via the Pennsylvania line, and were met
at the depot by an Italian interpreter, who
conducted tbem at once to a contractor,
who tor some time has been employing Italian
labor. These Italians came direct from Italy,
and have shown letters which they received
from interpreters In this country who are
known to be acting in the interests of railroads
and contractors. One of these Italians who
works at the rod mill said that a contract is
always made with the men before they leave
Europe, which guarantees them work upon
their arrival here.
Funeral Directors of Northwestern Ohio
Form a Trust for Mutual Benefit.
rSPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.1
Lima, April 17. The undertakers and fu
neral directors of Northwestern Ohio have
formed a trnst for mutual benent, and they
met here this afternoon in the hall of the Ger
mania Society. All of the Important cities and
towns were represented.
Mayor Longworth delivered the -address of
welcome, to which Vice President Smith, of
Findlay, responded. To-night tbe Germania
Society entertained the grim delegates with a
concert and a banquet, after which dancing
was indulged in 10 a late hoar. The session
will conclude its labors to-morrow evening.
EF1DEMIC OF MEASLES.
Many Fatalities Among the Little Ones In
and Around Punxsutnwuey.
rSPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.
Punxsutawhey, April 17. An epidemic of
measles is now prevalent in this neighborhood,
from which much fatality has resulted. It
seems to be of an unusual malignant type, hav
ing taken from one to two of every family it
The continued wet weather has, no doubt,
contributed much to aggravate the malady,
and now that the weather has grown more
favorable the results are not likely to prove so
Unknown Pole Killed In n Mine.
ISPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH. '
PUNXSUTATVNEY, April 17. A Polander em
ployed in the Adrian mines was found dead
there yesterday with a pile of rock and slate
lying on bim. No one appears to know the
dead man's name or anything about him save
that he has a family in the old country.
Miners Seeking Work.
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Punxstjtawhey, April 17. Fifty of the un
employed miners, of this place. Started for Es
sen this morning to work in the mines there.
Mr. Sanford, the operator, who has been here
looking for men, says he wants as many more.
Mamie Kelley, of Saltsburg, struck by a
freight train. May die.
The Westmoreland and Fayette Gas Com
pany is in financial difficulties.
James Lindsay's residence, near Middle
town, Pa., scorched $1,200 worth.
M. H. Watson. Chicago druggist, weds Miss
Leonora Sedgwick, at Granville. O.
J. E. Lowe, clerk at a Greensburg drugstore,
died in bis room from heart disease.
Rev. Dr. Taylor has resigned the pastorate
of the Presbyterian Church uf Scottdale.
JOIIN W. Bukks. Meadville contractor, fell
over a 30-foot wall at Youngstown and was
Caroline Nathgbupt, 14 years old, has
been burglarizing Canton residences. She will
go to a reformatory.
A bevtval at the Coursin Street M. E.
Church, McKeesport. resulted in 140 persons
Miss Saba Fink, daughter of the oil
operator, of Livermore, weds H. M. Fair, of
Rev. M. M. Sweeney, pastor of the Latrobe
M. E. Church, has become insane from tbe
combined effects of overwork and the grip.
The Arlo-Pardee sawmill at Montoursville
destroyed by fire. Loss, S30.O00: insurance,
14,000. One hundred men thrown out of work.
Nicholas Hall, cashier of the Pittsburg
and Lake Erie at McKeesport, marries Miss
Bessie Pitzer, formerly Postmistress at
Our Wash Goods Department,
Besides the most complete lines of fine ging
hams, satines, ombres, benriettas, etc., etc.,
shows lines of novelties that can be seen no
where else. Jos. Horse & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Dress Goods Bargains.
100 pes 50 ct. dress goods to be sold on
Saturday at 25 cts. a vd.
Enable & Shusteb. 35 Fifth ave.
Silk nouncings and drapery nets 75c np;
large variety at Bosenbanm & Co.'s. rsu
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100 Doses One Dollar
BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA.
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100 Additional Styles of Wraps
Just opened at tbe People's Store. Lace,
silk, embroidered, ribbon trimmed, plain
round capes and long tate fronts. Usual
moderate prices on all. "We make a specialty
of large wraps for elderly ladies.
CAMrBELL & dick.
Speclnl Hat Sale This Week Only.
Our stylish new shapes and colors of hats.
The Leader, 89c tip, the Henrietta, 81 24
up, the Guffy, 49c up, and the Jerome, $1 49
tip, at JacKson's Star Corner, 954 and 956
Reining & Wilds, 710 Ponn Ave.,
Are the leaders in the new dress trimmings.
710 Penn ave.
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
neriaan Kepler Mifflin township
i Bosan Kichnauer Mifflin township
( James M. Kennedy Pittsburg
(Mary A. Coll Pittsburg
Win. F. Yonngfc Wllkinsmirjj
1 .Mifritle Burgainan Wilkinsburj;
(John Finn Moon township
I Annie White Moon township
(II. A. Patterson Mansfield
1 AdaH. White Green Tree borough
(John C. Riror Washington county
Ida JH. Horner .-. Washington county
J D. J. Crowley Pittsburg
( Aluclna Krautwara Pittsburg
(Christ Albert Pittsburg
i Elizabeth Gordon Pittsburg
( Edward Cochran Pittsburg
( I.. J, Hays Homestead
I Ella M. Collcnder Plttsnurc
J Henry Zebfuss. PIttsburE
(Katie Meier South Fayette township
J Bert Erman McKeesport
( Jennie sterling McKeesport
Clarence 1. Moore McKeesport
I Ida a. Starr McKeesport
( Neal Shevlln Pittsburg
I Kate Lynn Pittsburg
I Win. A. Signet McKeesport
1 Ella Chambers , JlcKeesnort
(Louis Weckler Pittsburg
i Christina Pallet I'lttsbure
I Wm. Kellv Allegheny
f UridgetShirlock Allegheny
(Alex. Cassldv Allegheny
i Anna Banker Allegheny
(James Heck Pittsburg
I Llizle Story Pittsburg
1 GaeUno Flulrlcl Pittsburg
1 Ksa Lanrosa Pittsburg
BENNETT On Wednesday. April 16, 1890,
at 4:50 A. X.. Mrs. ANN Bennett, at her resi
dence. No. S42 Second avenue, the mother of
Mr. Samuel Bennett, aged 73 years.
Friends of the family respectfully invited to
attend the funeral services on Friday after
noon at 230 o'cloek. 2
CTJLLEN At his late residence. No. 255
Arch street, Allegheny, on Thursday evening at
7:10 o'clock. Edward Cullen. step-father of
Artbur and William Smyth, iu his 71th year.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
DOSCH On Wednesday, April 16, 1890, at 6
A. M.. Mary Laveina, infant daughter of
William P. and Carrie M. Sosch, aged 7 weeks.
Funeral from the parents' residence, 165
Plymoth streets, Duquesne Heights, on Fri
day at 10 A. M. Friends of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend. 2
ENGLISH On Wednesday, April 16. 1890,
Uuyion. infant sbn of Lillian A and Oliver
English, aged 2 weeks.
Funeral services at the parents' residence.
No. 120 Ridge avenue. Allegheny City, on Fri
day, April 18, at 2:30 P. M. Interment private.
GOUDY At the Home for Aged Men at
Wilkinsburg, Thursday, April 17, at 730 P. M.,
Robert M, GOUDY, in tbe 64th year of his age.
Funeral services will be held at the Home on
Saturday, April 19, at 2 p. m.
HASTINGS On Tbnrsdftv morning, April
17, 1890, at 3:15 o'clock, Susannah, wife of
John Hastings, at her residence, Verona, Pa.,
aged 43 years.
Funeral services on Saturday afternoon
at 1:30 o'clock.
HALSTEAD On Tuesday, April 15, 1890, at
10 o'clock P. Hi., at her home, McKain station,
A. V. R. R., Rebecca, wife of the late James
Funeral from McKain station on Friday,
April IS, at 1 p. M.. to proceed to Oakmont
Cemetery on arrival of train. Friends ot
the family are respectfully invited to attend.
Greensburg papers please copy. 2
HOE On Thursday morning at 8 o'clock,
Mrs. Mary H. Hoe, in the 71st year of her age,
at her residence. No. 20 South street.
Funeral on Saturday afternoon from tho
residence of her son at Leechburg, Pa.
riACKE On Wednesday, at 1:30 A. M.,
Henry C. Hacks, aged 59 years Smooths
28 days, at his residence, 6S8 Second avenue.
Funeral services will be held at the First
Evangelical Lutheran Church, corner High
and Fifth avenue, on Friday at 230 p. it.
Friends of the family respectfully invited to
KEPHART At her late residence. No. 7
Grantham street, on Tuesday, April 17, 1890, at
7 a. m., Sarah J. Kephabt, in the 64th year
of her age.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
KR1PP On Thursday. April 17. 1890, at 5 a
m., George Henry, son ot Bennedict and
Philomena Kripp, aged 4 years 6 months and 17
Funeral Friday, April 18, at 2 p. m., from
parents' residence. No. 901 Carson street. South-
side. Friends of tbe famliy are respectfully in
vited to attend.
LATCHAW On Wednesday, April 16, 1890,
at 735 p. si., at his residence. No. 10 Third
street, Allegheny, Mr. John Latchaw, in the
85th year of bis age.
Funeral services at bis late residence, Sat
urday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment
LINDSAY On Wednesday. April 16, 1890, at
11:40 A M., MART A., relict of Thomas Lindsay.
Funeral services at her late residence. No. 13
West Pearl street, Allegheny, on Friday, 18th
inst., at 10 o'clock,
MCCLELLAND On Tuesday evening, April
15, at 10:15 o'clock, Daniel Brophy, youngest
son of Lizzie and the late John G. McClelland,
aged 21 years, 2 months and 15 days.
Funeral takes place from residence of his
mother, 2326 Sidney street, Southside, on Fri
day stOBKING at 8 o'clock. Friends of tbe
family are respectfully invited to attend.
McARTHUR On Wednesday morning,
April 16, 1890, JAMES McAETHUR, aged 84
Funeral services at the residence of bis son
in-law, Charles Hector, 199 South avenue, Al
legheny, on Friday afternoon at 1:30, In
terment private later. 2
HOESLER On Wednesday morning, April
16. 1890. at 4:20. Anna G. M., daughter of
Charles and Alvina Roesler, in her 22d year.
Funeral takes place bn Friday at 2 p. sr.
Funeral services will be held at tbe German M
E. Church, Fortieth street. Friends of the
family are respectfully Invited to attend.
SHIPPAM On Thursday. April 17. 1890, at 5
o'clock A. Jr., Sarah Shippam, aged 72 years.
Funeral services at the residence of John
Hihbard, Thirty-seventh street, above Penn
avenue, on Saturday AFTERNOONat2 o'clock.
Friends of tbe family are respectfully invited
THOMPSON On Wednesday morning.
April 16, 1890, at 635 o'clock. Mast ANN KlRK
PATKICK, wire of Robert L, Thompson, in the
65th year of her age, at her residence, 21Z Arch
Friends ot the family respectfully invited to
attend the funeral services on Thursday
evening at 730. Interment private FRIDAY
AFTERNOON at 2 o'clock.
Baltimore, Md.. papers please copy.
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Llm.,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1131 Penn ave sue. Tele
phone connection. ' mylO-60-MWFSU
JAMES M. FULLERTON,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Street.
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duced from 51 75, $2 and $2 25.
Ladies' Black Silk Vest
At 51 25 and 51 75 each; best we have ever
shown at the price.
Ladies' Silk and Wool Vests, light weight,
in low neck, high neck, ribbed arm and H.
N. L. S.
Ladies' Silk Vests, ribbed, high neck,
ribbed arm, at 52 each, sizes 3 to 5.
Ladies H. N. L. S. Vests, Ecrn, 51 50
and 51 75, sizes 3 to 5.
Ladies' H. N. L. S. Vests, better quality,
52 25 and 52 50 each, sizes 3 to 5.
In Ladies' Silk Vests, long Bleeves and
white, size 2. 52; sizes 3 and 4, 52 25) regu
lar prices of these were, size 2, 52 75; sizes 3
and 4, 53 25.
Open Saturday evenings till 9 o'clock.
Horne & Ward,
41 FIFTH A VJSJSTUE.
THE ONLY SAFE MEDICINE THAT WILL
CURE ANY HEADACHE IN 16 MINUTES.
Warranted to cure. For sale at the following
8. S. Holland. SmlthHed and Liberty sts.
Jas. Kerr. Jr.. 547 SintthQeld sc
Christy's Drugstore, 315 Umitbneld St.
-Louis Emanuel, Second ave. and Grant.
Emanuel Anthes, 23 Fourth ave.
Jos. Fleming & Son, 417 Market St.
E. Holden & Co., 63 Federal St., A.
J. A. Koch. 56 8. Twelfth st.
John T. McKennan, 431 Market St.
Sitler & Zelgler, 2831 Carson st,
Duquesne Pharmacy, Smithneld st.
D. A. Hassler, 2801 Penn ave. mhl9-E0-MWT
cared tor at reasonable rates.
Separate and private apartments rented for'
Furniture packing and transferring.
PENNSYLVANIA STORAGE CO.,
38. 40 and 41 Water st.
Telephone 1026. mh7-xwr
and act as a
in tbe morning whether
tbe head is affected by
weak nerves or from
the effects of liquor
taken tbs nlsbt befora.
. .."-. .. r-.
1MB Hi CHEAPEST,"
The Largest and Most Com
plete Housefurnishing De
partment In Western
The following items are a few of
the many bargains to be found in
our popular China and Glassware
Gold Band China Egg Cups,
worth 6c, our price 3c.
Japanese Decorated Individual
Butters, worth 5c, our price $3.
Stone China Cup and Saucer,
worth 14c, our price 7c.
Decorated China Fruit Saucers,
worth 15c, our price 8c each.
Japanese Cup and Saucer, worth
25c, our price 8c.
Decorated Cream Pitchers,worth
15c, our price gc each.
Decorated Rose Jar, worth 25c,
our price 19c each.
12-piece Decorated Toilet Set,
worth $6, our price $2 89 set.
56-piece Decorated Tea Set,
worth $5 50, our price 3 49 set.
Individual Salt Holder, worth
Sc, our price ic each.
Tumblers, worth 5c, our price 2c
Wine Glasses, worth 6c, our
price 3c each.
Toothpick Holders, worth 8c,
our price 4c each.
Molasses Jug, worth 15c, our
price 6c each.
Vinegar Cruets, worth 20c, our
price ioc each.
Salt and Pepper Casters, worth
25c, our price 12c each.
6-piece Breakfast Sets,worth 35c,
our price 19c set.
Sixth St. and Penn Ave.,
Has been removed to corner Smltbfleld and
Laird's Mamotli Retail Sliae Stores,
40S, 408 and 410
The contractors have hold of our Market street stores, and
while they, are hammering away at the building we are hammer
ing away at the bargains.
We have a great many broken lots, selling at half price, in
order to clean everything up before the additional store, No.
410, is put in order.
The new store, 433 Wood street, is a busy point. Patrons
will find the same stupendous bargains here that have made our
Retail Stores so popular.
J8SNo. 515 Wood street is Exclusively Wholesale. Dealers
will bere find the largest and most attractive spring stock
ever brought to this city.
NO MAN OR WOMAN, intending to go housekeep
ing, and being in need of Furniture, Carpets,
Housefurnishing Goods, etc, should make a single
purchase before having called at KEECH'S and
seen the matchless inducements presented to purchasers
at this store. A SAVING OF 25 PER CENT is posi
tively guaranteed to every patron. Beside, you have the
by no means insignificant advantage of making your se
lections from' the LARGEST, NEWEST and BEST
STOCK of HOUSEHOLD GOODS shown in this city.
d-A-SIH: OK OKEJJIT.
923 and 925 Penn Ave.,
From now until SATURDAY
EVENING we will sell 1 case (that
we bought at a sacrifice) 21-inch
Black Silk Regence at 1 25; $2 is
the general price; $1 75 has been
our price. We want to demon
strate what 3-days Sale will do for
such a remarkable bargain when
it is Rich Black Silk at $1 25; al
most half price.
P. S. See the New Dress Goods
I. C. CORSETS
To be closed out at the following
The $1 75 quality at $1 00,
The $2 25 quality at $1 50,
The $2 50 quality at $1 75,
The 3 00 quality at $2 75.
See Our Window Display,
Hotel and resturant supplies.
HAS BEEN REMOVED TO CORNER
SMITHFIELD AND DIAMOND STS.
- Near Ninth Street.
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