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STOOLS SO LONGER.
Sober Second Thought Laughs at the
Idea of War with Germany.
JIXGO TALK FAST COOLING OFF.
Secretary Bayard's Head Thought to Have
Been Level, After AIL
wHimrs coop isxvr so topulab.
The General Dispositon Anions Members of Congress
Is to Go Slow.
AVar talk of the jingo style at "Washing
ton seems to be rapidly cooling off, the sen
sational reports of insults to the American
flag and outrages to American citizens not
having been yet confirmed. The general
opinion now is declared to be that the whole
thing has been a tempest in a teapot
tSFECIAL TELECr.AM TO TOE DISFATCn.1
Washington, January 29. The Sa-
moan flurry, which nothing else aggravated
so much as the published letters of Secre
tary 'Whitney, asking the State Department
to define its policy, has cooled down consid
erably, and there is now evident a disposi
tion to wait further information and see if,
after all, there is cause for war talk, and if
the country has not been making a fool of
itself for tb last week or two, in assuming
on very small grounds that there was cause
for war between the United States and Ger
many. There is no further talk of the resignation
of any member of the Cabinet. Mr. Whit
ney has put himself on record as being en
tirely opposed to Secretary Bayard in this
question, but this is not the first time the
young Kew Yorker has been opposed to the
mature publicist from Delaware, and the
latter looks upon the antagonism of the
former with a great deal of equanimity, be
lieving that he knows better than Mr.
Whitney the ground upon which he is
treading, and that when all the facts are
known, and all ot the agreement between
the United States and Germany and Great
Britain brought to light, the public verdict
will be in his favor.
JINGO TALK ALL COOLED OIT.
The general disposition among members
of Congress is to go slow. Upon the spur ot
the first reports there was a great deal of
jingo talk about war. That has all cooled
off, and the coup of Secretary Whitney does
not get near so much applause as it would
if it had been accomplished a week ago.
Hon. John Dalzell said to-day to the cor
respondent ot The Dispatch: "I don't
see how anyone can form an opinion on the
information -e have before us. Of course,
it looks as though it were somewhat import
ant that the autonomy of the Samoan group
should be preserved, but just how far the
agreement between the countries involved
goes in that direction, I have no means of
knowing. It would seem from the reports
that German subjects have been guilty of
outrages against the natives and against'the
American flag and American citizens, but
we do not know that the German Govern
ment is responsible for them. In fact, ve
are very much in the dark in regard to the
entire question, and .cannot reasonably be
expected to reach an intelligent conclusion
until we are better informed.
A TEMPEST IN A TEArOT.
Hon. Thomas M. Bayne expressed him
self in a very similar vein, going somewhat
tartner loucnmg tne Done ot contention.
"It seems, in its most serious phase," said
he, "to be something of a tempest in a tea
pot. The islands have a very small area,
not capable of affording subsistence to more
than a few thousand people, and of verv
little importance otherwise. I don't attach
any importance to them as a coaling station.
We can get plenty of coaling stations with
out them, and we ought never to have got
ourselves into the muddle. Of course,
if outrages have been committed against
the flap and against American citizens,
we should and will demand reparation, and
Germany will doubtless do the proper thing
without any coercion. As to the Monroe
doctrine, that is so much of a humbug, in
view of existing facts, that I do not see how
anybody can lug it into this question. We
are ready to go to war with a foreign
country for attempting to set up its rule
over a few little worthless islands in the
South Pacific, thousands of miles distant
from the nearest point on the coast of the
United States, while we recognize the do
minion of a foreign power dver Canada, and
treat with herand wrangle over international
questions with Great Britain about her.
TIME FOB COMMON SENSE.
"I think it is about time there should en
ter a little common sense into our interna
tional "policy. If it is to be shaped bv
maudlin patriotism such as has lately been
exhibited in the treatment of some diplo
matic questions, we shall soon tret our
fincers burnt on account of something like
this Samoan question, that is of little or no
importance to the people of the United
A number of obscure and doubtful points
in the Samoan complications are explained
by statements from Secretary Bayard. Mr.
Bayard says that Germany has given this
country no casus belli; that our flag has not
been insulted or American property de
stroyed, and that the whole question is,
shall this country assert the independence
of Samoa by force of arms, if need be,
against German aggressions? As this in
volves the question of peace or war, the
determination of which resides with Con
gress, the whole subject has been referred to
that body, the President not feeling author
ized to take further steps which might pre
TflEY ARE INDIAN GIVEES.
Findlor Trying to Recover the Money It Paid
rSrECIAt TELEGRAM TO THE DISrATCH.l
Findlay, January 29. The "Wetherald
"Wire Nail Mill, employing 150 hands, shut
down to-day pending the decision of the
courts, on a suit begun by the syndicate
which paid "Weatherald a bonus of 525,000
to locate bis establishment in this city, to
recover the amount of the bonus. The" syn
dicate claim that Wetherald has not estab
lished such an institution as was agreed on
when the bonus was offered, accepted and
paid, while the nail man maintains he
has not yet had the time in which to fulfill
the conditions of his contract and that this
move is for the purpose of freezing him out
of his valuable property.
The commencemeut of the suit creates
considerable uneasiness among the other
manufacturing institutions which have
been induced to locate here on promises of
bonus, as much of this money is still un
paid and such as has been paid is likely to
be recovered bv the doners if this syndicate
suit against "Wetherald is successful.
ARRESTED FOE ARSON.
Cnptnre of nn Insurance Swindler Who
Hni Operated Extensively.
Boston, January 29. Upon a trarrant
secured by Fire Marshal Whilcomb, in
spectors this morning arrested Johu Lake
on a charge of arson. Lake, who loarded
at "S'o. 2 Allegheny street, Koxbury, had
his furniture and clothing insured a short
time ago in the Glen Falls Company for
$500. 'On January 22 last, it is alleged, he
set fire to bis property in order to obtain the
Lake is a smart, flashy fellow of ap
parently 30 years, "tt'hitcomb thinks he has
been operating in Albany, Buffalo. New
York, St Louis, Chicago. Omaha, India
napolis and Portland. In his testimony be
fore the marshal Lake stated that he came
from Korth Platte, Xeb., where he was en
gaged in cattle raising. He will be ar
The Triennial Allotment n Terr Good
Thine In More Wnji Than One Tax
Liens Very Hard to Trace.
Whether Senator Newmyer's bill will
or will not afford relief in the matter of tax
liens, there is evidently great necessity
tor a reform of some kind.
Mr. John Kelly, of William A. Herron
& Sons, says the uncertainty resulting from
the present chaos is such as to give real
estate dealers much trouble. He cited case
after case. For instance, some years ago, a
man named Ogilvie bought four lots in
Homestead. They were assessed in so many
different names that it was impossible to
find just where they stood, uutil they came
to be sold for taxes. Said Mr. Kelly:
"Half the taxes we pay are assessed to
wronz names, as so many transfers are not
regUired. The assessors are not to blame,
as thev must go by the light they have.
Sheriff's deeds may not be recorded any
where except in the Prothonotary's office.
Theymay nevcrreach the City Register's of
fice, as "to record them co'sts $2 25. and
some people will not pay that to have them
"Then again trust- estates are not re
corded. In many cases also property is
owned by a wife and assessed in the name of
her husband, and vice versa, so that a law
yer cannot always trace title, no matter how
painstaking or conscientious he mar be.
"There was a vast amount of trouble con
cerning some Forbes street property, and all
because 20 feet had been released. The
trouble was to find what particular 20 feet
had been released.
"The present triennial assessment is doing
much to straighten matters out, owing to
the excitement it occasions, awakening peo
ple to the necessity of knowing just where
Mr. Kelly referred to the municipal liens
against property under the Penn avenue act,
stating that settlement was made with the
City Attorney, but so far as he could find,
there was no statement of it in the estimate
of receipts in the financial budget.
Controller Morrow explains that it is in
cluded in the ?60,000 reported by the City
Attorney. It comes in a lump Should
the howl in regard to increased assessments
and the unusual scrutiny it provokes tend
to the simplification of the taxing problem,
the excess of valuation may not be an un
The discussion on this bill to force the
revival of tax liens every five years will not
down, and some people insist that Mr. Lam
bie must have gone off prematurely in
Council, without having thought the sub
ject over. Judge Fetterman's attention
was called to Mr. Lambie's remarks, and
Mr. Fetterman stated that as he understood
the bill it would not affect the Penn avenue
liens. Further, he called attention to the
fact that the city had an attorney to attend
to its bnsiness and that he might be expected
to take care ol its interest, and it would be
but little trouble lor him to keep the matter
of the Penn avenue liens in view, if thev
were included. But the trouble, he stated,
was not with these liens. It came through
the Delinquent Tax Collector's office and
the bill would close a very wide door for
fraud. There is nothing to 'prevent a. rascal
from buying a piece of property and having
itassessed in some other person's name, and as
the law now stands it might run so for years.
He could then mortgage or sell the property
and the title examiner would not find tax
liens against ti.e property from the simple
fact that they had been filed against an
other person and the seller's deed appears
all right. The Delinquent Tax Collector
does not collect street improvement taes,
so that the trouble complained of does not
come from them.
PIGHTIXG FOR THE EEC0EDS.
Two Sets of Men Claim to be Elected to
the County Offices.
Charleston, S. C, January 29. W.J.Whip-
per, the regular Republican candidate for
Probate Judge for Beaufort county in the late
election, was defeated by the colored Repub
lican candidate on the fusion ticket. He and
other defeated candidates contested the elec
tion, and carried the case before Judce Aid
rich, who decided against them and advised
them to surrender the records of the offices to
the successful fusionists. Whipper and his
confederates refused to obey the order, and
were committed for contempt.
Whipper and Graham, tho candidate for
Joroner. have been lodged in jail. The other
defeated candidates have avoided the service
of the commitment. Whipper defiantly sas he
will stay in jail until the case has been deter
mined by the highest court. Meantime the
county cliimants of Beaufort are in trouble he
cause they cannot cet their money until the
matter is settled and the records have been
surrendered to the proper custodian.
Use IIomforiTs Acid Phosphnte.
Dr. W. B. Gillies. Winnipeg. Manitoba, says:
'I have used it in a tvpical case of indigestion
with biliousness, and found it to be, without ex
ception, the best thing I ever used in such
FURNITURE AT COST.
Ilccry Berser, 642 &. 644 Liberty Street,
Cor. Sixth Arc.
"We find ourselves compelled to offer a
large line of our stock in parlor and chamber
suits; also in sideboards, bookcases, easy
chairs, and cabinets at cost of manuiacture,
and some from twenty to thirty per cent below
cost in order to immediately close out bal
ance of our last season's patterns to make
room for our large carpet and bedding de
partments, which our carpenters are fitting
up for the coming spring trade.
Liberty street cor. Sixth ave.
Fine French jerseys must be closed out;
prices cut in half. An
S8 qualitv for 54.
S10 quality for $5.
S12 quality for 56.
515 quality for S7 50.
520 quality for 510.
And a 525 pure silk jersey at onlv 512 50.
aiwrsu Hugus & Hacke.
Traction Auction Sale.
One hundred head of larger horses will be
sold at the Butler street stables at 10 o'clock
this morning. Anyone in need of a good
horse should attend this sale.
The most complete line of black and
white silk in stripes, plaids, checks and fig
ures ever shown, from 51 to S2 per yard.
mwfsu Hugus & Hacke.
Go to Hauch's for fine watches; lowest
prices. 295 Fifth ave. wrsu
Liter complaint cured free at 1102 Car
son st, Southside.
Lies popular gallery,
st. Cabinets, all styles,
10 and 12 Sixth
51 50 per doz.
Go to Hauch's for fine silverware; lowest
prices. 295 Fifth ave. tvfsu
Distress After Eating
Is one of the many disagreeable symptoms of
dyspepsia. Headache, heartburn, sour stomach,
faintness and capricious appetite are also
caused by this very widespread and growing
disease. Hood's Sarsaparilla tones the stomach,
creates an appetite, promotes healthy digestion,
relieves headache, and cures tho most obstinate
cases of dj spepsia. Read the f olio-ng:
"I have been troubled with dj spepsia. I had
but little appetite, and whatl did eat distiessed
me, or did me little good. In an hour after eat
ing I would experience a faintness or tired, all
gone feeling, as though I had not eaten any
thing. Hood's Sarsaparilla did me an immense
amount of good. It gave me an appetite, and
my food relished and satished the craving I
had previously experienced. It relieved me of
that faint, tired all-gone feeling. I have felt
so much better since I took Hood's Sarsaparilla
that I am happy to recommend It." G. A.
Page, WatPrtown. Matn.
N. 11. Uesr.io to get only
Sold by all druggists. SI; six for S3. Prepared only
by C I. HOOD&CO.. Lowell, Mas.
100 Doses 0ns Dollar
BED-NOSE MIKE'S TRIAL.
It U Postponed nt the Bequest of the
Wixkesbakbe, January 29. The case
of Michael Eizzello, better known as "Bed
Nose Mike," the self-confessed murderer of
McClure and Flanigan, was called for trial
in the Criminal Court here this morning.
The prosecution announced that they were
ready, but General McCartney, who was re
cently retained by Mike's Italian friends as
counsel, asked for a continnance on the
ground that he needed more time to prepare
his case. The Court fixed Wednesday, Feb
ruary 6, for the trial.
They Mny Chance the Coarse.
At a meeting of the Allegheny High
School Committee last evening Mr. D. B.
Oliver's resolution was considered. He
recommended that the course be changed
from two to three years. The committee de
cided to favorably report the resolution to
the board at the next meeting.
Don't be fooled, buy a good article at
once; use Salvation Oil to cure your aches
If health and beauty you'd maintain.
And keep your breath a perfect cbarm.
Use Sozodont with might and main;
For it alone prevents the harm
That mars a woman's teeth and breath
And leaves her mouth as dark as death.
Traction Auction Snle.
Three hundred and filty head of horses
and mules will be sold at cor. of Butler and
Forth-seventh sts., this morning at 10
Attend our black silk sale this week;
unheard of values at SI per yard; all
weaves. Hugus & Hacke.
Traction Auction Snle.
Three hundred and fifty head of horses
and mules will be sold at cor. of Butler and
Forty-seventh sts., this morning at 10
Just arrived, 60 pieces India challis,
beautiful patterns, only 8o per yard.
mwtsu Hugus & Hacke.
Cash paid for old gold
Hauch's.'Ko. 295 Fifth ave.
Kfarriase Licenses Granted Yesterday.
(JohnH. North rittibur
JTrjrannle Oldburjr Pittsburg
(George E. Thompson Allegheny
J Ella M. H J song Allegheny
( George Center Allegheny
I Katie Geifcl Allegheny
( Ambrose Ammon PJttsbnrg
J Catharine Callahan I'lttsburg
5 Wm. E. Harton Beaver
l Annie II. Miller Ohloillle
Frank Fitzgerald Pittsburg
(.Margaret bliarkln Pittsburg
(Michael Gerltet Allegheny
J Anna Demko Allegheny
I John T. fcchneldcr Westmoreland Co.
Isabella ". llaln Westmoreland Co.
( Frank Bowman Allegheny
i Annie B. Collins l'itlsburg
(George J. Marsh Pittsburg
J Minnie W. Song Pittsburg
J DaTld J. Lewis nttsburg
1 Annie M. James Pittsburg
CARSON-MARTIN On Tuesday, January
29. 18S9, by the Rev. C. V. Wilson, Ella D.
JIabtet and Robert B. Carson.
CONNELLY Tuesday midnight, Mrs. W. C.
Connelly, St., in the 6;
6lst year of ner age.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
EDENBORN-On Tuesday, January 29, 1889,
at 5 o'clock a. m., Christina Edenboek,
aged 78 years.
The funeral will take place from tho resi
dence of George Walters, corner of Washing
ton pike and Haberman avenue, Bcltzhoover
borough, on Thursday morning at 9 o'clock.
The friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend.
Brainerd, Minn., papers please copy.J
GOOD At Wall station. Pennsylvania Rail
road. January 29, at 8 o'clock F. 31., CABBIE
L., eldest daughter of W. E. and Jennie M.
Good, aged 2 years.
Funeral at 1 o'clock p. m. on Thursday, the
81st. Friends are respectfully invited to at
tend. GOSDEN On Sunday, January 27, 18S9, at 9
o'clock P. M.
Funeral services at his late residence, 359
Wylie avenue, on Wednesday afternoon
at 1 o'clock. Interment later.
LDDWIG At his residence, 213 High
street, Allegheny, on Sunday, Jannary 27", 1889,
at 720 p. M., Moritz Ludwig, aged 61 years 11
months IS days.
Funeral will take place from his late
residence this afternoon at 2 o'clock. The
members of the Germania Lodge, K. of
H., No. 519. Korncr Lodge, K. of P., No. 223,
Reserve Township Beneficial Society, Granite
Lodge, L O. O. F., 652, Allegheny Turnverein,
Caroline Rebekah Lodge No. 43, and friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend.
O'CONNER On Tuesday. January 29. 1889,
at 4:40 A. M., Edwaed O'Cosneb, aged 44
Funeral from bis late residence, No. 39
Thirtieth street, Thursday at 230 P. m.
Friends of tbe family are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
OMSIERT On Monday. Jannary 23, 1889. at
1:20 A. St., F. Harrison, youngest sun of Peter
and Lizzie Ommert, aged 5 months, 29 dajs.
Funeral from the parent's residence,20 Nixon
street, Allegheny, on Wednesday, January
30, at 2 P. M. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. 2
RISHER At his residence, No. 138 Fayette
street, Allegheny City, at 4:15 p. M., Tuesday,
January 29, 1S89, John C. Risheb, In his 71th
Services at his late residence, Allegheny City.
on Wednesday at a P. si. Public funeral
services at his former house, Dravos
burg. P., V.4C.B, R., on Thursday, Janu
ary 31, at 130 P. m. Train leaves Union depot
at 11 A. M. 2
SCHAEFER On Monday, Jannary 23, 18S9,
at 12:45 p. jr., Mrs. Catherine, widow of John
Schaefer. in her 67th year.
Funeral leaves tbe residence of her son. J. G.
Schaefer, 118 Forty-fourth street, at 1 o'clock
p.m. on Wednesday, January 30, 18S9. Funeral
services at 2 o'clock at German M. E. Church,
corner Union avenue and Ohio street, Alle
gheny. Interment private. 2
JAMES M. FULLERTON.
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Street.
Undertakers and "Embalmera and Livery Stable,
At the old stand fine carriages for shopping or
parties or opera at the most reasonable prices.
Telephone . oc31-dj-wsa
(Successors to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Llm,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1131 Penn avenue. Tel
ephone connection. myl0-h53-Mwy
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND SMILAX
A. M. & J. B. MURDOCH,
1 A SMITHFIELD ST.
Q1U Telephone 423L de6--arer
Including all the fancy varieties Carnations,
Lily of the Valley, Maidenhair Fern, etc
Prices always consistent with quality.
JOHN B. & A. MURDOCH,
Telephone 239. 508 Smethfield St.
ECORPORATED 1791-THE INSURANCE
COMPANY OK THE STATE OF PENN
jVANIA, of Philadelphia.
Cash assets S 700,101 00
Losses paid since organization 13,544.827 00
GEO. W. DEAN & CO., 101 Fourth ave.
pEPRESENTEU IN PITTSBURG IN 1SCI
ASSETS . $9171.69833.
Insurance Co. of North America.
Looses adiusted and paid by WILLIAM L
jONEh. M fourth avpnue. U20-S2-D
SUGAR CURED HAMS
Tho finest brands of bams, dried beef and
breakfast bacon, cured expressly for family
use, for sale by
JNO. A RENSHAW fc CO,
jt2fl-ws Family Grocers.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL!
About Feb. 1 We Will Remove to
37 FIFTH AVE.
(NORTH SIDE OF STREET).
On account of removal we will offer our en-'
tire stock of Stiver Plated Ware, Clocks,
Bronzes, Statuary. Onyx Top Tables. Brass Cab
inets, Piano Lamps and Choice Art Goods at a
Great Reduction in Price.
-93-This will be a rare opportunity to pur
chase tine goods at a very low price.
WATTLES & SHEAFER,
64 FIPTH AVENUE.
Can bo made more delightful when the
ease and comfort of the conveners are
Many are the tales told ot love, peaco
and war. Could this chair speak, many a
tale would it unfold, and speak so highly
of itself that the temptation would be
strong to buy the original or an exact
duplicate. We are in the humor to speak
further on matters relating to onr business
and of the grand assortment with which
we will open the spring trade; but this is
P. C. Schoeneck,
711 LIBERTY ST.
50c Scotch Gloves at 25c a pair.
65c Scotch Gloves at 35c a pair.
85c Scotch Gloves at 50c a pair.
50c Wool Mittens at 25c a pair.
25c Wool Mittens at 15c a pair.
Lined Leather Gloves and Mittens at HALF
PRICE and LESS.--Goods are laid out in lots,
with cards on each showing original and re
LADIES' KID GLOVES
All accumulations of small lots and odd shades,
all good qualities, $150 and $200 Gloves, at
SI 00 a pair. Fleeced, Taffeta and Embroidered
Back Cashmere Gloves, 50-cent qualities re
duced to 25 cents.
Bargains in Ladies' Hosiery.
One lot of Ladies' Fancy Lisle, rednced from
$150 and 175 to 100 a pair. Another lot re
duced from $2 00 and $2 50 to $1 25 a pair. An
other lot reduced from Si 00 to 75 cents. A lot
of plain black Lisle reduced from 50 to 37 cents.
A lot of Plaited Silk from SI 25 to 75 cents a
pair, in black and colors. A lot of Children's
Plaited Silk Hose, 6 to S inches, marked down
from JI 25 a pair to 50 and 60 cents a pair.
White and natural, marked from $2 00 to SI 75
each. The attention of ladies is directed to
onr home made Seersucker and Striped Calico
Skirts, made with a draw-string at the waist,
all lengths and widths.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH AVENUE.
Way for us to dispose of the re
maining Stock of Muflfe, Stoles,
Boas, Caps and Gloves 'is to sell
them at Slaughter Prices. "We
need room, and our Stock of Furs
must go, no difference at what loss,
Whin the Cr.mtss i cauiid t
SCARLET FEVER, COLDS,
MEASLES, CATARRH, 4C.
BTTHC USC OF THE INVISIBLE
which is the same to the ears as
be worn months without remom.
felld nnlr ft.
II. A. .WALES, Bridgeport, Conn.
443 SMITHFIELD STREET.
100 FEDERAL ST., ALLEGHENY.
Men's Frornishing Goods.
A full and complete line of E. fe W. and
C. fc C brands Collars and Cuffs.
Neckwear Our Specialty.
SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER.
Cleaning. Dyeing and Launary Offices at
above location. Lace Curtains lanndried equal
to new. sel9-y49-Mwr
Ladies Take Notice.
SA45GCLODS BANGS CUT, SHAM
POOED and dressed for 25c. this week only.
MISS MARY LANDERSTArtiste, 25 Fifth
ave., Hugus & Hacke bnilding, upstairs. Take
the elevator. On account of the rush of busi
ness above prices will be continued another
HE AMERICAN FIRE
Total Assets, January 1, 1887.. ...... .$2,301,858 68
EDWARDS &KENNEY, Ag'ts,
DO FOURTH AVE., Pittsburg, Fa.
Telephone 7601 ialMO-W
JaJSaK Bai tjtfg'Y
EI i im f I
FOR SEAL GARMENT BUYERS.'
An unusually large stock, which we are de
termined to sell, of Sacqnes, Jackets and
Wraps, in Alaska Seal Skin, warranted. Owing
to the November advance in Seal Skin next
year's prices must be higher, so it is the part of
wisdom for ladies to buy now, especially as we
offer such genuine bargains as quoted:
A few Wraps, small sizes, 575 to $100.
A few Jackets at 75, small sizes, 33 to 3d
Splendid Sacque, 3S inches lone, at S125.
And others at correspondingly low prices.
441 WOOD STREET.
N. B. To those who are known to us we will
sell garments on monthly payments. jaO-uwr
CHINA and GLASS,
Hotel Ware, Cut Glass,
THE J. P. SMITH,
LampiGfass & China Co.
935 Penn Avenue.
MAI SCHAMBERG & CO, KT8enatnad.
tires of Ocean bteamship Lines, 527 Smith
field street, Plttsburc, Pa., sell Drafts, Money
Orders, Foreign Coin, titeamship Tickets, etc.,
at lowest N. Y. rates. ja20-wsu
Sixth Street and Penn Avenue.
SPECIAL BARGAIN SALE
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, sadEnar.
See the Elegant Garments at 25c, 49c, 74c and 99c. A D Q M Q
These are the best values in town to-day. 111 1 1 1 1 1 Ol
WHITE GOODS, Striped and Plaid Muslin, Nainsooks, etc.
Towels, Table Linens, Napkins, etc. Lovely Patterns in Fine Em
broideries. New Designs in Real Torchon Lace. Bargains in Lace
Curtains. THAT SURPRISE SALE in
Ladies' Cloaks, Wraps, Etc.,
CONTINUED A FEW DAYS LONGER.
Remarkable values that should induce you to visit our Cloak De
partment. MORRIS H.DANZICER'S,
4HWHHW fill SI.
Did Barn m.
hi the course of stock taking, just concluded, we have laid aside a great many goods in every department, which we
have determined to close out to make room for new goods now arriving and crowding us the cost not taken into
consideration. All must go, at any sacrifice. Commencing Monday next you. will find on otir counters: .
Remnants of Black and Colored Silks, up to 10 yard lengths, at " off."
Remnants of Dress Goods, up to 8 yard lengths, "yi off.'
Remnants Cloth Suitings, up to 8 yard lengths, "J off."
Remnants plain, fancy and brocade Velvets and Plushes, "K off."
Remnants Table Linens and Crashes, odd lots Towels and Napkins, at one-half value.
Remnants Flannels, a few slightly soiled Blankets, uj4 off."
Remnants Muslins, Ginghams, Tickings, Prints, Embroideries and Laces at prices to clear at once;;
Remnants Carpets, up to 25 yards, at bargain prices. - .,
Odd lots Lace Curtains, up to three pairs of a pattern, " off."
Odd lots and slightly soiled Underwear, Hosiery and Gloves, " off."
Millinery Goods of every kind and' Remnants of Ribbons, "4 off."
Special 20 Imported Suit Patterns, braided and combinations, "4 off."
Jackets, Newmarkets, Jerseys, Seal Plush Garments and Furs of all kinds, " off."
B. The above will be cleared out at short notice. Look out for our next "ad, of New Goods Opening' in every department
WRITE FOB SAMPLES. ORDERS WILL HAVE OTJR PROMPT ATTENTION.
165, 167 and 169 FEDERAL
are now busy cutting the arches
between our present store and the
one next us.
We must give them as muoh
room as possible and are therefore
In Men's, Boys' and Children's
GUM COATS, Etc
Clothiers ai Merciaiit Tailors,
161 FEDERAL ST., Allegheny.
The finest Meat-Flavoring Stock.
Fxtract of Meat.
USE IT FOR SOUrS,
Beef Tea, Sauces and Made Dishes.
Genuine only with fac-simile of
Justus von Liebig's
SIGNATURE IN BLUE INK
Bold by Storekeepers, Grocers and Druggists.
LIEBIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT C.O.. Lim
ited. London. jy31-o66-WS
O. D. LEVIS, Solicitor of Patents,
131 Fifth avenne, above Smithfleld, next Leader
office. (No delay.) Established 20 years.
TO OUR LADY PATRONS:
- SMW P Ale.
ZESTO'WI ITOTTIR OOK.TTJnsriT'Z"
"tiWf' ' -'
WE HAVE BEEN
Our labors in organizing and conducting our New Department Stores
were so arduous and fatiguing that' we were only too glad to take matters
easily after the holiday rush and let business take care of itself for
awhile. Now, after a month's rest, "Richard is himself again," and we
feel like pushing things. But how push things? The public is tired,
surfeited, almost disgusted with clearance sales, reduction sales, half
price sales, stock taking sales, etc., etc, etc.
How then shall we make a dull month like February one of the
busiest of the year? HAPPY THOUGHT! Why not repeat our famous
"Forget-me-not" sale? HERE GOES! We announce for
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1,
SIX HUNDRED BARGAINS,
SIX HUNDRED LEADERS,
SIX HUNDRED ARTICLES,
In which the question of cost has been entirely eliminated. Never ask
the why or wherefore! Suffice it to say that we shall place on sale not
old or shopworn goods, not remnants, not seconds or damaged -goods,
but brand new, stylish, seasonable goods, at
Doors will NOT be open until 10 o'clock,
FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1.
Watch daily papers for detailed list of our Forget-me-not Bargains.
New Department Stores,
504-506508 Market Street, Pittsburg, Pa
Offers anything in his mam
moth stock at one-half its
value for 30 days, to reduce
stock and make room for
goods. Come, it will pay.
irrpij 923 and 925
iVI--C-Ori5 Penn Avenue.
EirOpen Every Saturday Till 10
M to ie CH at
STREET, ALLEGHENY, PA.
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TAKING A REST
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