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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1892.
THE HEYDAY IS PAST.
Business Takes a Less Favorable
Tarn With Winter's Advent.
THESE BIG FINANCIAL EVENTS
Are the Monetary Conference, Gold Exports
'and Gould's Death.
IBON H1BKET SOHEWIIAT WEAKER
Kew Yobk, Dec. 2. K. G. Dnn & Ca's
weekly review of trade says: The begin
ning of gold exports in November and their
expected continuance tends to trcak
seic The- death of Mr. Gould and un
favorable reports from the Monetary Con
ference have somewhat aflected all specula
tive markets. There are also some symp
toms of diminished activity in business,
and while manufacturers are generally occu
pied with orders taken some time ago, there
Is more complaint that new orders do not
come forward as was expected.
"While the volume of trade is still very
large, it is not surprising that there should
be somewhat less activity during the re
mainder of the year, except in holiday
lines., At the same time, there is general
confidence that business early next year
will be active and prosperous. A setback
in speculation would be, by no means, an
tmmlxed evil, but there aro no signs of dls-
turbance at present, though the money mar
kets are working a little closer.
The State of the Iron Trade.
At Pitubarg pig iron Is slightly weaker,
with more eagerness to sell; but finished
Iron is in good demand and all the mills
fairly well employed. Trade in glass Is large
In volume, thouzh at low prices. In gen
eral, iron is weaker, with pressure to sell
some Southern brands Copper lias sold
largely at 12QliJic. and lead 1 lower. Coal
Is ialrly acil e, and bituminous is scarce
and dear.
Breadstuff's have been stronger, which is
natural in view ot the very low prices,
tliouch Western receipts of wheat have
been 500,000 Dushels in four days, against
Atlantic exports of only 821,000 bushels. A
rise of about a cent in whoat and oats and
three-quarters in corn resulted from moder
ate transactions, but ho?s and laid are
slightly lower, and coffee declined a Quar
ter. Cotton rose to 10 cents and reacted to
8 cents, sales again exceeding all records,
being 2.5WI, bales lor the week.
In drjjfoodsthe season has beenone of un
precedented activity. A general boom and
advance appears in cotton. Export of mer
chandise irom New York rail $5,277,000 below
last year's in November, and are proDably
$10,000,000 lower at cotton ports for the same
month, but even with this decrease the ex
cess ol exports over imports must have been
bear.
IJoslne failures durins the last week
number 269. compared with 209 last week.
For the corresponding week of lust year, the
figures were 30.
Bradstreet's Notes the Weekly Features.
UradtlreeCt will say: The feature of tho
week -are the 'exceptionally favorable posi
tion of the cotton mills North andSoutb; the
bcavy advance in the price of print cloths,
c to 4 1-lGc; the outlook for a (nrther ad
vance to 4c per yard; increased buoyancy
at the South, due to high prices for cotton,
and the reaction in asfcing prices for some
erodes of pig iron of 25e per ton in Northern
, markets, and of 50c per ton of steel billets.
ool is very quiet, with prices barely
steady, and no speculative feeling in any di
rection. Our Australian takings are only
one half those of a j ear ago. Cotton has re
acted somewhat from recent highest quota
tions, due to realizing sales.
Speculation for the past week was out-
uardly dull, narrow and professional to a
desree. Beneath the surface, however, Wall
street was experiencing a greater agitation
tlmn appears in tho limited fluctuations in
i alues, w Inch constituted the actual trading
for the greater portion of the time. The
market has, in fact, simply been waiting for
matters ot importance to develop. Jlr.
Gould's illness and death ranked first in
effect upon the sentiment of those opera
tors who indulged in any activity. The
prospect of gold shipments, possibly, on a
large scale, has also been a prominent factor
In the proceedings, Tvhile thenenc from tile
Monetarv Conference was discussed with an
Intel est that shows now keenly the street
Bppreciates the benrihg of the financial and
currency problems i-which conrront the
country upon the ultimate course of values.
Opinions of De Rothschild's Plan,
It must, however, be noted that the Brus
sels conference was influential mainly so
far as it affected sentiment. It had been
generally belie ed that the gathering wonld
be negative of results. The fact that the
only serious proposition for an interna
tional agreement on the silver qnestlon
came from the English delegation, and was
Submitted by a member of tho liothscuild
lamlly, was eminently calculated to create
surprise, while thu utterances of the
gentleman in question, indicating
plainly that failure to accomplish
an j thing at Brussels would be followed by
danger to the finances of the world, tended
to create an impression that the possibilities
of a successful result had been underesti
mated. The favorable impressions due to
the circumstances were, however, not last
In?. It was quickly realized that the De Roths
child proposition, that Europe should pur
chase S.CCO.OOO pounds of silver a year for five
years. Involved no real concession on the
' part of England, while it would commit the
United States lor that period to the continu
ance of the purchase ol $34,000,000 worth of
slh er.
Pittsbnrg Mnth in the Race.
TUo following table gives the Clearing
House returns for the week ending Decem
ber 1:
Cltle. Clearings.
Keirlort 4 bOAUW.WO
Chicago 117.&81384
Jtoston 105.J03.3CJ
Philadelphia 63.018.815
fct. l.ouls 26.707.143
tau Francisco 19.62l.9G3
hew Urleins 16.873.41?
Cincinnati .... liCSitW
I'uuburg , 1J,h79,04s
Jtaltimore 1j,:u7.3vj
KinusCltr. -. 11.SC6.C77
Minneapolis.., 11.379,879
Buffalo 11.270,648
bxlreston , 10.601.393
Xllmurfcee 9.693.2)9
lyOnliTllie 0,254,573
Detroit. S.5K.24G
Jlhiisiun S.S43.3SI
Cleveland 5.637,623
loliana 6,814.481
Providence 6.231,400
Denver 5.645.291
St. Panl 6,:ulty;
Indianapolis 4.2B1.994
Columbus, O. 4.122.390
Inc. Dec.
9.3 '.'.'.'.
3 0 ....
s.n
3.2
15.3
30.6
"i'i
'i'.s
86
17.2
11.9
18.5
13.1
26.5
2.9
237
165
243
3.3
8.5
35.6
'i'i
12.5
24.5
Total tl.3S2.i6S.ra
Outside tir root iS0.S8S.9-JB
Mr. A B. West wishes to Inform his
friends that ho is with Messrs. George W.
Biggs A Co., corner Sixth avenue and Smith
field street, where he will be pleased to see
them, having at his disposal a very elegant
line of Jewelry and art goods.
4,300 SUITS AT 810 60 EACH.
This Is Solomon & Ruben's
Offer to the public to-day. Just take your
pick. Single and double breasted, cheviots
ond cassimeres, diagonals and worsteds,
stripes and checks. Some aro worth $15,
some $13, some $J0: All v ill go at $10 60.
Don't Do It.
Don't worry yonrself baking cakes and
pies an d bread these holiday tim es. It doesn't
pay. You can get the daintiest of pies, the
most delicious cakes and the sweetest,
lightest bread imaginable from Marvin,
iou can get them Just whenever you want
them, and the quultty will always be the
same. The price will be right, too. You'll
find that it is cheaper to buy than to make
these things yourself. Try it and see. Your
grocer keeps Marvin's goods.
Solomon & Ruben
Will break all records to-day and make a
new one. Those splendid suits, first class in
material, style and workmanship, worth
from $15 to $20, will go for Just $10 60 to-day.
Beg or borrow that amount, but don't miss
buying one.
Godowsky, the Wonderful Pianist.
Godowsky Is certainly one of the greatest
living pianists, and those who were fortu
nate e ough to hear him at the last Music
Teachers' Convention held in Pittsburg pro
nounced him to be the finest artist ever beard
here. Watch papers lor programme or our
grand opening, December 6 and 7.
HJrsnicKS M rsio Co., Ltd.,
101 and 103 Firth avenue.
Mxliob A Hobos sell Chlckering pianos,
the artistic standard of the world. 77 Fifth
venae.
TO PB0M0TE FITISBURO.
A Commendable Movement Indorsed by
tho City's Chamber of Commerce.
The action of the Chamber of Commerce
indorsing the pamphlet to be issned in
Spanish relative to the industries of West
ern Pennsylvania, and notably Pittsburg,
is of more importance than would appear at
first glance. It is the first of the kind ever
issned, and is intended for circulation in
South America, Mexico, etc., with the view
of attracting closer trade relations with
South American countries. It is of special
value at this time, in view of the approach
ing "World's Fair, and tne object of the
publication is to induce South American
people to stop here en route to or from
Chicago, to see one of the great continuous
industrial expositions of the world Pitts
burg. There will be thousands of Spanish
Americans in this country during next
year, and Mr. Charles Abel, who will
translate the work into the Spanish, has
visited South America twice in the interest
of Pittsburg merchants and manufacturers,
and has arranged lor the circulation of the
pamphlet prior to the opening ot tne jc air.
Hon. John F. Dravo, W. C Quincey,
Esq., and Colonel T. P. Eoberts, of the
special committee of the Chamber of Com
merce, will have the oversight of the statis
tics to be embodied in the work, which will
be appropriately illustrated. It is certain
ly a matter worthy of the attention of our
business men, and it is to hoped they will
respond to the request which will be made
upon them, in order that it may not onjv be
accurate and complete, but as interesting
to prospective foreign customers as possi
ble. lTKETJND'S COMMERCIAL PALACE.
A Special Sale of Ladles', Misses' and Chll-
dren's Cloaks.
John J. Frennd. nrnnrietor of the "Com.
mercial Palace," at the corner of South
Seventeenth and Carbon streets, Soutlislde,
has determined to sacrifice bis large stock
of ladies', misses' and children's cloaks at
half price to make room for holiday voods.
The stock must go and the wonderful bar
gains offered at this special sale will doubt
less soon dispose of it and that, too, to the
advantage of Mr. Fround's many customers
on both sides of the river. Tho reduction to
half the usual price is a gcnulno one, and is
made solely for the purpose of providing
room for new goods and not because of any
defect in the garments.
The "Commercial Palace," one of the best
known and most popnlarlrygoods empor
iums in tho city, is a busy place these days,
and John J. Freund, the genial proprietor,
is one of the busiest merchants in the city.
The commodious building is completely
filled with new iroods. The cloak depart
ment is especially inviting. The large stock
of ladies' and misses' Jackets, cloaks and
wraps has been selected with great care.
Fur capes, muffs and all kinds of fur trim
mings are there, too, in grand variety, Mr.
Freund is a tireless worker, and his knowl
edge of business has been acquired through
years of experience. Ue appreciates the
lactthat tlie public buys where reliable
foods are sold at fair prices, and those deal
ng with Mr. Freund can bear testimony
that his margin or profit is extremely low
on every article he sells. The business of
the "Commercial Palace" has steadily grown,
and to-day it is one of the most substantial
mercantile houses in Pennsylvania.
Christmas at Home.
What is nicer than nice dishes or pretty
bric-a-brac? T. G. Evans & Co., Market
street, corner Thiid avenue, carry a large
stock of dinner sets, chamber sets, cut
glass ornamcnts.etc, and, as they are direct
importers, you can depend on getting bot
tom prices. Go and see.
FREE, FREE TO-DAT AT
Solomon & Ruben's.
With every sale of H In our boys' depart
ment, a handsome pair of clnb skates, or a
Boyal typewriter. We offer a prize of $10
for the best letter of five lines written on
one of our machines. Competition open
until January 1 Now, boys, here's a chance
for you.
On the Counters
You will find the latest sheet mnsic
folios and books of music in the cases
and show window. See everything in
shape of mnsical "Instrument," and
these at prices that cannot be "dupli
cated." Come in after snpper. We
aie open till 9 o'clock every evening.
S. IlAXlLTOS,
91 and 93 Fifth avenue.
Pelobet Church Organs.
Mellor & lloene, 77 Fifth Avenue.
A perfect imitation of a pipe organ at
less than one-half the cost. Forchurches,
schools, balls and homes. In artistic
cases, in all woods. Only to be seen and
heard at
ilELLOn 4 HoBfE'8, Fonnded 183L
Wnrerooms, 77 Filth avenue.
SOLOMON & RUBEN'S
Great 810 60 Suit Sale Is a Startler.
4.SC0 suits, consisting of all the advanced
stylos, in cut, material and general get up,
will be disposed of to-day, if double value is
appreciated. Come early.
Godowsky at Henrlcks Music Co., Ltd.
Grand piano recital by the celebrated Rus
sian pianist at our grand opening December
6 and 7. Watch daily paper for programme.
Ilr.M-.icKS Mpsio Co., Ltd,,
101 and 103 Filth avenue,
Prodigious! Immense I
Solomon & Ruben's unexamplod suit sale
will break all records to-day. Whether you
need a suit orhor, buyone to-day; $10 60
In w bat wn ask for suits worth $15, $18 and
$20. Come quick; they will be gone berore
you can say "Jack Boblnson."
What?
Can I buy one of the world renowned
Knabe pianos on cavtnentst Yes, on
easy terms. A real Knabe at S. Ham
ilton's only. 91 and 91 Open every
evening till 9 o'clockfor the holidays.,
. The Arctic expedition under Lieutenant
Peary is equipped with the Jaros hygienic
underwear. To be had only of Jos. Uorne
& Co., Penn avenue.
BLANK BOOKS,
With or without printed heading, for
corporations and business .houses, made
to order. E. F. Anderson & Co., Ltd.,
Printers, 527 Penn ave. TeL 145.
The Jaros hygienic underwear is recom
mended by 15 professors In Chicago medical
institutes. Jos. Hohke & Co.,
Penn avenue.
De Witt's Little Early Risers. Best pill
for biliousness, sick headache, malaria.
Wisteb gloves, hosiery and underwear.
James H. Aikek & Co., 103 Filth avenue.
Marriage Licenses Issned Yesterday.
Xame. Residence.
Andre Theret McDonald
Mattlc Beetle Willow Grove
I Mafhew Mrllar ltankln
Uriel Helena IUukm
J A. A, niancbard McKees Bocks
t Katie Roach Lspledboro
(Samuel Cart Pittsbnrg
tSaran Bosch Pittsburg
xtract-
NATURALFRUIT FLAVORS.
Yanina"
Lemon
Orange
Almond
Rose etc
Of perfect purity.
Orarroat strength
Economy In their uss
Flavor as delicately
and deliclously as the fresh fru!f
For sale by Geo. K. Stevenson & Co., and
all first-class grocers.
y DELICIOUS
HaYoriwI
(K.G. Erny .'...., .nttobnrg
I Ella Foster ...Drarosburjc
(Jacob Martin Pittsburg
1 Mary Cohen..... Pittsburg
j Charles Ualilzr .. Allegheny
J Elizabeth Meng ,...., Allegheny
j Charles W. Ash , Brldgewater
1 Lids Stewart , PitUbnrg
JTred Klndelberger Pittsbnrg
IMary Wonster ...PlttsDur
i Frank Wilinan, Sr Elliott boro
I Lilly Johns..... Elliott boro
DIED.- .
BERN' D At his residence, 310 Atwood
street, Oakland, city, on Wednesday even
ing, November so, 1892, at 6.15 o'clock, J. D..
Bernd.
' The funeral services will take place at the
Eighth Street Temple on SDsdaT itoiurrao,
December 4, at 10 o'clock. Positively omit
flowers. S
T3IRELBAUCH On Friday, December
1802, at 10 a. M , HESAnETTA, mothor of Mrs.
Sophie Meyers, aged 70 years and 2 months.
Funeral will tako place on Sunday, Decem
ber 41892, at 1 r. ir., from her late residence,
No. 18 South Twenty-seventh street. Friends
of the family are respectfully Invited to at
tend. . 2
BRICKELL Mrs. Catherine Elizabeth
BmcKELL, widow of Captain John Brickell
and mother or Captain David Z. and Win. B.
Brickell, on Thursday morning, December 1,
1S92, at 11.33 o'clock, fn the 83d year of her
aco.
Funeral from her rate residence. No. U
Center avenue, Satubdat AETEnitooif, De
cember 3, at 2 o'clock. Interment private.
ENDEULEIJf On Wednesday. November
SO, 1S92, at 11 f.m., Missis Ehdfrleix. wife of
Jacob Enderleln (nee Sort'), in herSSth year.
Funeral on Satcito.Vt, December S, 1892, at
2 p.-jc , from her late residence, Frederick
street, Mt. Oliver, Pa. Friends or the family
aro respectfully Invited to attend. 2
FEITH In New York, Decembor 1, 1892,
Bertha Frith, aged 47 years.
Funeral Sukdat jiorxiso from Union do
pot on arrival of the 9 15 train.
GALLISATH On Friday afternoon, De
cember 2. 1892, at 1 5 o'clock, Aloys B.,
youngest son of Captain B-und Katharine
uauisatn. aged 4 years iu montus ana 10
days.
Funeral will take place from the residence
of his parents. No. 48 Diamond street, on
Sunday attebwoos at 1 45 o'clock. Friends
of the family are respectfully invitod to at
tend. 2
KEEN On Thursday, December L 1892. at
6.30 p. jr., Albert C. Kerjt, member Engine
Company So. 2,Allegbeny Fire Department,
aged 27 3 ears, 1 month.
Funeral from his .late residence, S3 East
street, Allegheny, on StntDtY, at 2 r. u.
Friends of the family are respectfully In
vited to attend. 2
KING-On Friday, Decembor 2, 1692, nt 5 39
A. it., Stepues Kiho, .iged 17 years, 7 months
and 2 days, son of John and Mar) King, at
their residence in Allqnlppa, Beaver county.
Pa., formerly or West End, Pittsburg, Pa.
2
LUTZ On Thursday, December 1, 1892, at
8 30 o'clock a. in , Dauab Lutz, or the firm of
D. Lutz & Son, aged 70 years.
Funeral from his late residence, corner of
Spring Garden and Chestnut streets on
Saturday xorniso, at 9 o'clock. Solomn
high mass of requiem at "St. Mary's B, C.
Church, Allegheny, at 9.30 a. m. Friends aro
respectfully invitod to attend. 2
MEABTZ On Thursday, December L 1892,
at 5 43, Michael Meartz, in his 70th year.
Funeral from his late residence, 103 South
Twelfth street, on SBsday, December 4, at 2
p. m. Friends of the family aro respectfully
invited to attend.
MUELLER On December 2, 1:30 A. Jr., of
diphtheria. Alma Eleovore, daughter ot
bebastian and Lizzie C. Mueller, nged 1 year,
7 months and 8 days.
Funeral will take place on Saturday, De
cembers, at 2 r. u from the residence of
Mrs. A. M. Heinz, 1629 Main street. Sharps
burg, Pa. Interment private.
PEBRET On Friday, December 2, 1892, at
3.20 p. m., Anka Mary Perret, in her 74tb
year.
Funeral from her lato residence, 123 Mar
ket street, Allegheny, on Monday at 2 p. it
Friends of tho family aie respectfully In
vited to attend. 2
BICHARDS On Thursday morning, De
cember 1, 1892, at 6 39, Mary, wile of Thomas
Richards, in her 40th year.
Funeral from her late residence, No. 46
Washington avenner; Thirty-flrst ward, on
Saturday, at 2 p. jl Friends of the family
are respectfully Invited to attend. 2
ye
Tntfd Tin v Pilla act as kindly on the
(Si child, the delicate- female or infirm Q
s' old age as upon tho vigorous man.
fluSfsTiny Pills!
5S :?! ve tone and strength to the weak S
.stomach, bowels, kidneys and bladder
A Si
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3 ?
ART MEMORIALS in granite, maible and
bronze. Statues, vaults, monuments
or headstones. WILLIAM W. 'WINDSOR,
West End avenne, Allegheny. N. B. The
above is the only Windsor in this locality
in the above business. no29-52 tts
MURDOCHS' :: TBEES
ARE :-: ALWAYS :-: T1IE :-: BEST.
As vou will discover" bv anrip through the
East End or Allegheny and viewing the long
rows of graceful shade trees and beautiful
clumps of lawn shrubbery, most all of them
from our "Pittsburg Nuisorles." Send for
Fall Catalogue of Bulb", Trees, Shrubs, etc.
JOHN B, & A. MURDOCH,
OC29-MS 503 Smltlifleld street.
HOLLY AND HOLLY DESIONS-LAUREL
and Michigan pine wreathing, moun
tain moss, Smas trees, all sizes; roses, car
nations, hyacinths violets. Floral decora
tions made at nvy stand", 217-220 Market.
Telephone. E. C. LUDWIG. de3-D
BEPMESENTED1N PITTBBDRG IN 1801.
INS. CO. OF NORTH AMERICA.
Assets, tO,S8.SX 00.
Losses adlneted and paid by
WJLLUUl L. JUNLS, 84 Fourth ar.
JaM-M-D
tCBOPEIN STB IMS III l'.
HOLIDAY REMITTANCES TO THE OLD
country Drafts, money orders and for.
oUm bank notes at New York rates. Money
remitted to all parts of Enrope. MAX
SCHAMBEBG & CO , Foreisn Bankers and
Steamship Agents, 027 Smltbfield street,
Pittsburg, Pa. Established 1866. tt?
WHITE STAR LINE.
For Qneenstown and Liverpool.
Royal and United States Mall steamers.
Britannic. Dec 7. 8 arc
Britannic Jan. 4. 7 a ra
Adriatic Jan. u, lpm
Qerjn'c, Jan. 18, 0 a m
Ma1estlc Jin. 2S. limn
Ala esne Dec. H. 1:33 pin
Germanic, Dec. 21. 7 a m
-Teutonic, uec-js. i:x pin
xrora ouite our uoca. root oi CJ'xenw street.
New York.
Saloon rates, (SO and onward, according to
steamer and location of berth. 'Second cabin on
these steamers. (40 and $43: limited excursion tick
eta, $75 and fS5; steerage from or to the olacoun
trr. tM.
White Star drafts payable on demand In all the
principal banks throuMiout Great Britain. Apply
to JOHN J. McCOiaflCK. 639 gmlthfleld street
Pittsburg, or 11. MAITL AND K KJ1SEY, General
Agent, 19 Broadway, N. Y. uolO-D
INMAN LINE.
Sew York, Qneenstown and lAverpool,
FroiaAewYorkETery Wednesday.
City or Farts and City of New York,
10,500 tons each.
City of Berlin. City of lister.
, FROM NEW XPRK:
City of New York. Wednesday. Dec 7, 8 A. u.
City of Chester. Wednesday, Dec 14. 2 r. it.
City of Paris. Wednesday. Dec. a. 7 A. M.
City of lierlln, 1 ednesday. Dec 28. a r. k.
For rates of passage and other Information ap-
J lr to
XTEBNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY,
Gen'l Agents. 0 Bowling, Green, New York, or
to J. J. MCCORMICK, 039 Smithfleld St., Pitts
burg. nolO-TTs
KOTAL BIAIL SrEAMSHII-d.
GLASGOW to PHILADELPHIA
via DEKEY and GAL WAY. Tne most di
rect route from Soot land ana North and
Middle of Ireland.
ACCOMMODATIONS UN8TjnPASSED.
Intermediate, 30. Steerage, 819.
STATE1 A, sEiE
LlNL. J STEAMSHIPS.
NEW YOBK ami GLASGOW ,
via Londonderry every Fortnight.
Dec. 15 StateofNebraska.. hoot.
Dec. 29 Stateof Calliornla book.
Jan. 19. State of Nebraska....ll:30 juk.
Cabin, 140. .Second Cabin, $80. Steerage, $13.
Apply to J.J.MtCOUMlCK, G39 Smlthfleld st,
JolB-n
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
ORIENTAL
RUGS.
An Oriental Rug as a
Christmas i Gift is almost
unique in its appropriateness.
It not only lasts a lifetime,
but may be handed down from
one generation to another, its
beauty not diminishing in the
least with age or use. -
And, besides, it gracefully
expresses the donor's aesthetic
appreciation of the value of
these world-famed products
of the Oriental weaver's skill
One must concede that a
fine Oriental' Rug is as much
of a work of art as a fine
painting, who studies the ex
quisite expression of' the im
aginative faculty in the com
bination of forms in a sym
metrical design, with perfect
color-harmony.
We invite special attention
to our exceptionally large and
carefully selected stock of
Oriental Rugs as being of a
much higher class than those
found at the "special auction
sales," and in the hands
of the wandering deal
ers, accompanied by varied
tales, of how they are enabled
to tell so cheaply. Our repu
tation and permanence in bus
iness compel us to handle
Rugs as our other goods, and
to protect our customers from
hidden faults and imperfec
tions. BEST
MOQUETTE
CARPETS
We offer
our en
tire stock of best qual
ity Moquette Carpets
at the phenomenal
price of $1 per yard.
OJ'CLINTOCK&CO.
33 .Fifth Ave-
de3-TT3
DR. D. L. ABER, Dentist,
Specialist in crowning, bridging and filling
ot the natural teeth. Prices reasonable and
satisfaction guaranteed, office, 210 Smith,
field St., Pittsburg. " ap29-ws
ttSTRN INSURANCE CO.,
OF P1TTSBUEG.
Assets.. $448,50187
No. 411 Wood St.
ALEXANDER NIMICE, President.
JOHN B. JACKSON, Vice President.
elS-C0-TTj WE P. HERBERT, Secret
SPECIAL AlilEMEW.
We are plftased to announce that
our new stock of
DRYGOODS,
CARPETS and
. CURTAINS
Are the best goods for the money we
have ever been able to offer,
BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK.
Ingrain Carpets of the celebrated
Lowell make, 68c a yard.
Another lot of Ingrains now 40c.
Finest Wilton Rugs, $3.50.
Srnyrna.Rugs, 2.50.
We have just placed on fcale 25
dozen best Kid Gloves that were
Jr. 75, $1.50, $1.2$ and $i'.oo that
are 'a little soiled. They go now at
50c a pair.
ARTHUR, SGHONDELMYER & CO.,
68-70 OHIO STREET,
ALLEGHENY, PA. '
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NO, YOU DON'T
WANT SPRING PATTERNS NOW.
When yon see the startling offers
we are making in this season's
patterns during this
CLEARANCE SALE.
Out of many, here are three items:
Body Brussels (Borders to
Match) made, laid and
lined, at - - - - 83c yd.
Tapy. Brussels, 1,000 yds.,
at 35c vd.
AINWoo! Ingrains at - 45c yd.
The comet did Hot canse it; we
wish to sell the old and make
room lor how goods.
GINNIFF & STEINERT, Limited,
Wood Street Carpet House,
80S Wood St. no90
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
OVERCOATS!
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" ASSORTMENT.
GREATEST
VARIETY.
MOST ELEGANT
STYLES.
LOWER THAN
ANY IN PRICK
7.50 FOR AN
OVERCOAT,
Originally made for
$20.'
$10 FOR AN
OVERCOAT,
Originally made for
$30.
$15 FOR AN
OVERCOAT
Originally made for
$4.
PERFECT -
FIT
GUARANTEED.
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Ladies' Merino Vests and Drawers,
extra quality at the price, Joe each.
Children's Equestrian Drawers, all
sizes, 75 c each; better grade at $1
and ji.25 each,
Ladies' Stainless Slack Cotton
Equestrian-Drawers, open and closed,
at 50c each.
Get your supply of those Boys'
Heavy Ribbed Cotton Hose at 25c
pair; best stocking on earth at the
price; sizes 6 to 10.
Ladies' and Children's Wool Hose,
extra value " at 25c and 35c pair,
plain and ribbed.
Ladies' Dark Navy and Seal
Brown Cashmere Hose, 75c quality,
for-soc pair.
.SPECIAL Ladies Silk Hose in
White, Cream, Sky and Pink, at
75c and $1 pair.
HORNE&WARD
41 Fifth Avenue.
no29
Are "on top" in
every sense. So
much depends on
a hat that a roan
ought to wear the
very best one he
can aford. We'd
like to sell you the
best in the store
for your sake as
much as ours; yet
we have all grades
except mean
grades; those we don't keep. All
our Hats are neat and stylish, and
for the quality cheapest in town. We
are exclusive agents for Tress & Co.'s
and A. J. White's celebrated En
glish Hats and Knox's, of New York,
world renowned Hats, Fur Caps, etc.
Our own Avondale at
$2, $2.50 and $3.
PAULSON BROS.,
441 WOOD ST.
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NEW PHOTO STUDIO,
101 FIFTH AVE., : :
: : : : PITTSBURG.
PHOTOGRAPHER
i : OF NEW YORK.
IVORYETTE IMPERIALS,
$10 PER DOZEN.- : : :
de3-16-TQS
CHRIS HAUCH,
Sealer in diamonds and
line watclies. Good va
rlety at low prioes.
Old cold and silver taken
in exchange lor goods.
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No. 541 Sjnithfield St.
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XKTT ADVERTISEMENTS.
B.'& B.
THE NEW VANDYKED
KID GLOVES, have made
quite a "hi !" The black wrist
or forearm part in Vandyke
points over the exquisite Paris
shades of Primrose, Pink, Blue,
etc, make a most stylish effect
and customers are taking ad
vantage of a belated importer's
loss, from whom we bought
tfyese stylish $2.00 Gloves to
sell at
. . $1.00 a Pair.
NEW OPERA GLOVES,
any color, any shade required
beautiful, soft, .pliable 12
button or elbow length,
. $1.50 a Pair.
16-Bution Length, $1.75.
More of the great value in 8
button SUEDE MOUSOUE
TAIRES, tan, mode and grey,
75c a Pair.
.If you'd please a miss, maid
or madame get her GLOVES'!
Never gome amiss.'
New lot Misses' handsome
PIQUE" KID GLOVES
brown, .tan and grey stylish
and exceptional, at
75c a Pair.
FRIDAY AND SATUR
DAY'S specials in
HOSIERY,
I UNDERWEAR
AND
MEN'S' FURNISHINGS
Will be items of interest
BOGGS&BUHL,
ALLEGHENY.
desea
BIG SALE
OF
Fine Tailor-Made
JACKETS
This Week
Extra
Inducements.
$ 5 Off Some.
$10 Off Some.
$15 Off Some.
S20 Off Others.
All are selling.
YOU MUST NOT MISS THIS.
FUR
CAPE,
The Finest and
Best Fitting
in the
land.
YOU
SHOULD .
SEE THEM.
WE ARE
MANUFACTURERS
-OF-
SEAL
IS,
AND SELL ONLY
TIE BEST.
It will pay you
to buy our
SEAL JACKETS.
J.G.BEIETT1C0.,
Cor.WoodSt.and Fifth Av.,Pittsburg.
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ELITE PHOTO GALLERY,
016 Market St.
Come now and get your PHOTOS
before the holidays. Cabinets re
duced. Use the ELEVATOR.
S098-TXS
NEW ADVER1ISE3IENTS.
Holiday
Novelties
Now on View.
It's always reasonable to think ot
things seasonable hence holiday
thoughts are in the air just now and
Holiday goods are occupying our at
tention. We have the finest collec
tion of European novelties that it has
ever been our pleasure to place be
fore critical buyers. You'll find out
prices to suit, too they are IM
PORTERS' PRICES, remember
away down.
TOILET SETS
AND
Fancy Articles.
Silver-Plated White Metal Engrav
ed Toilet Sets.
Hardwood Plain and Ornamental
Plush Silver and Plush and Wood
Combination Sets.
Leather Col'ar and Cuff Boxes,
Work Boxes and Combination Mani
cure and Jewel Boxes.
Handkerchief and Glove Boxes.
Shaving Sets.
Cigar Moisteners.
Perfume Bottles.
Pin Trays, Jewel Cases, Card
Cases.
Photo Frames, Inkstands.
Comb and Brush Sets.
Mirrors, Calendars, Easels, Match
Safes, Bonbon Trays, Smokers' Sets,
Leather Satchels, Pocketbooks, Music
Rolls, Wall Brackets.
flnnisi'Bric-a-Brac.
Fine Goods imported from Limoges,
Dresden, Vienna, Royal Hungarian,
Carlsbad and Bonn.
Japanese Caps and Saucers, Silver-plated
Jewel Boxes, Hand-painted PJacques, etc.
28-inch Gloria, Natural and Trim
med Handles, J1.50 to $3.
28-inch Yindsor Silk French
Twist, Wood and Weichsel Handles,
trimmed in gold and silver, $3.50 to
$8; extra rich and handsomer trim
med mountings from;?5 to $12. All
of these have paragon frames, and
such excellent values in the Uras
brella line are not obtainable any
where. Bear in mind that we engrava
initials Free of Charge on all Urn
biellas costing $2 or more.
510, 512, 514, 516, 518 MARKET ST.
B029-TT8
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For sale by
ROSENBAUM & CO.,
510-518 Market st.
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NEW YORK DENTISTS,
Corner Sixth and Liberty sts.
Teeth extracted 250
. Gas or vitalized air S0o
Silver fillings 7Jo
I Gold fllllnzs .SICOup
Beat set teeth $8 00
Every one warranted.
Painless extracting a specialty. lt3-2tw
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