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THE PITTSBLTEG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, - PEBBTJAB-T . 3, 1889.
GERMANY IS ANXIOUS
Emperor William and Chancellor
Bismarck Much Disturbed
BY PRINCE EUD0LFS SUICIDE.
The Kew Heir Presumptive Said to Have
WHICH MAT DISTURB THE A1LIASCB.
The Berlin rapcrs Do Sot .Approve of BlsmarcVs Back
Down in Samoa,
The sudden death of the Austrian Crown
Prince causes great anxiety in German offi
cial circles. The heir presumptive is re
garded as being favorable to an alliance
with St Petersburg rather than Berlin.
The East Africa bill passes the third read
ing. Socialists make matters warm in the
Beichstag. Bismarck's power over the Em
peror said to be lessening, and Count Her
bert will be ruled out leading journals
disapprove the latest orders concerning
nephew, Tamabakari, has been proclaimed
A syndicate of Berlin and Frankfort
bankers, in conjunction with a group of
Portuguese and Paris banks, has concluded
an agreement for the conversion of the
whgeorthe outstanding Portuguese C per
cent bonds of 187C, 1879, 188C and 1887 into
iiis, amounting to 8,000,000 sterling.
rCOrnjIGIITED, 1SS9, BT TIIL SEW T0HK ASSOCI
Beelk,-, Eebruary 2. Although the
death of the Austrian Crown Prince will
have no immediate effect upon the relations
between Germany and Austria, the issues
even have already engaged the anxious at
tention of Emperor "William and Prince
Bismarck. Since yesterday morning the
Emperor has had two long interviews with
the Chancellor, who has been in constant
communication with Prince Henry of
Beus, the German Ambassador at "Vienna,
and Count Kalnoky, the subject of the cor
respondence being, it is reported, the suc
cession to the Austrian throne.
The removal of Crown Prince Budolf
is regarded by the official circle here as a
misfortune for the alliance. The current
reports that be was an opponent of the alli
ance, which had their origin in the French
press, are declared to be mendacious ab
' surdities. The truth is that Budolf, al
though he had recently quarreled with Em
peror "William and was no special admirer
of Bismarck, upheld the alliance as a politi
cal necessity. He wrote to Count Kalnoky
when the terms of the alliance were re
vealed that'he regarded it as the grandest
achievement of the Austrian btatesman for
His legitimate successor, Karl Ludwig,
cannot be relied upon as a friend of the alli
ance. Throughout his 55 years of life he
has not taken an active part in politics
leading a quiet existence as President of
numerous benevolent and artistic societies.
He is of an amiable disposition anda devout
Catholic, but both he and his son, Franz, in
whose favor he may abdicate, are known to
incline to an anti-German policy, favoring
rather an entente with Bussia.
The family holds large nroperties in
"Volhynia. Karl Ludwig has been a fre
quent visitor to the court of the Czar, to
ward whom he entertains a feeling of
strong personal friendship, while Franz
is credited with even stronger Bussophile
sentiments. Their near approach to the
throne therefore gives the Government here
cause for anxiety. Nothing can be done to
ascertain officially the views of the present
Emperor's successor until the family agita
tion over the catastrophe subsides. But
the opinion in official circles here is that
Prince Bismarck will seize the earliest op
portunity to obtain through Emperor
Francis Joseph a definite assurance of how
the heir presumptive regards the alliance.
A HEROIC MONAECH.
The moral fortitude of Emperor Francis
Joseph in allowing tbe publication of the
fact of the Crown Prince's suicide elicits
general admiration. Tn his message to Em
peror "William he plainly stated the cause
death. Emperor "William's short response
was: ""Words cannot console. God's help
alone can do so. I weep with you."
The Austrian flair now waves at half mast
over the Schloss beside the German Impe
rial flag. Emperor William has ordered
the officers of the Grenadier Guards, of
which Emperor Francis Joseph is honorary
Colonel, and the Eleventh Uhlans, Crown
Prince Budolf 's regiment, to wear mourn
ing for a week. Deputations irom both
regiments will attend the funeral.
The Beichstag treated the third reading
of the East Africa bill with indifference.
Tbe attendance was thin. The only inci
dent was the announcement by Herr
Madgzinski that the Polish members who
voted against the second reading had de
cided to support the measure on religious
grounds, in view of the fact that it was
directed against slavery. The Socialist
Sabor repeated the old arguments against
tne measure, and Dr. windtnorst and Dr.
Stoecker those in favor of it No minister
snoke. Captain "Wissman went to Ham
burg on Thursday to arrange contracts.
To-night he has gone to Halle to bid fare
well to his family.
A NOTABLE H.-CIDE1TT.
Notable among the recent incidents in
the Beichstag was the efforts of the Pro
gressits and Socialists to obtain an enlarged
inspection of the condition of workers in
factories. Herr Bebel commented on the
inadequacy of the inspection, a single
official having to overlook a district so ex
tended that it was impossible to give the
same even a cursory examination. He
urged an increase in the number of inspect
ors and the extension of the inspection to
small workshops andhousehold industries.
He also favored publishing full reports on
the state of the working classes instead of
extiacts arbitrarily selected by official
Herr von Boetticher denounced the pro
gressist plan for trade councils composed of
workmen and employes as an inconvenience
and a peril to the development of a commer
cial spirit Herr von Boetticher's remarks
aain proved that the social reforms of the
Government are designed to place workmen
as far as possible under State'tutelage. The
Franlurter Zeitung asks whether work
men will sell their birthright for a pottage
Prince Bismarck's feud with the Ultra
Conservatives threatens to alienate a num
ber of his hitherto ardent supporters. Search
has been ordered of the offices of the Kreuz
Zeitung and the house of the editor, Herr
Hammerstein, for the manuscript ot an ar
ticle attacking the Chancellor's conduct of
the Geffcken inquiry. This order is con
demned even in the Cologne Gazette as an
offense acainst the liberty of the press. The
Kreuz Zeitung, despite "the fact that the
Conservative leaders recentlv disavowed its
sentiments, returns to the charge that Prince
Bismarck has injured the Monarchist senti
ment by the Geflcken process.
BAD FOE BISMAECK.
The Chancellor's enemies declare that
his reign is nearing its close. The impres
sion of the diplomatic circle is that though
Bismarck's power over the Emperor is
lessening, his position will remain secure
until he retires; but that the succession of
Count Herbert is doubtful. The announce
ment that Bismarck has ordered the ex
emption of foreigners from martial law in
Samoa, and has instructed the German
Consul to withdraw from the contest ot tbe
administration, has elicited only partial ap
probation in the press.
The Vossiche Zeitung remarks that pro
ceedings of this sort are not calculated to
strengthen German local authority in the
present strained state of affairs in Samoa.
Government journals recognize the propriety
of respecting the rights and interests ol for
eigners, but insist upon the necessity of re
prisals for Mataafa's attack on the Ger
mans. A dispatch from Zanzibar announces the
death of Achemede, Sultan of Vita. His
SAD SUICIDE OP A CHIPPIE.
He Purchases a Pistol nnd Blows Oat His
Brains In tbe Store.
ISPECIAI. TELEGBAM TO THE DISPATCII.l
Canton, February 2. Edward D.
Baker, aged 30, son of Dr. Jesse Baker, of
Gnodenhutten, Tuscarawas county, com
mitted suicide hereto-night by blowing out
his brains. About 8 o'clock, when Myers
and Kuperd's hardware store was filled with
customers, Baker entered and purchased a
32-caliber revolver. "While the clerk was
getting his change he slipped a cartridge
into the pistol, and placing the muzzle to
his right temple, fired, the bullet passing
through his brain, and lodging under the
skin of tbe left temple. Baker fell to the
floor and shortly after expired.
In his pockets were lound a packet of
love letters from a young lady of Gnoden
hutten, and penciled on a bit of paper the
words: "Never say that a sane man never
committed suicide, for I did. I am a good
boy." Baker was a cripple and has used
crutches since childhood, preventing him
Irom engaging in any occupation ot conse
quence. Despondency at his inability to
marVy his sweetheart is the supposed cause
of the deed. Belatives in the city took
charge of the remains.
Messes. J. K. Eeed & Co.. jewelers at
39 Market st, Pittsburg, and inspectors of
railroad watches, after a careful examlna
tion of the movements made by the Aurora
Watch Co., of Aurora, 111., have found
them up to the requirements of the Pennsyl
vania Kailroad Co., and are passing them
on those lines.
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
jblmonYost East Deer township
(Anna Myers Indians township
(Patrick Hollcran Pittsburg
jNlckFUliu Westmoreland county
J Anna 11. Asselborn "Westmoreland county
(Camllle Vupont Tarentum
I Marie T. Chausteur Tarentum
(1'auISauter East Tales tine, O.
i Pauline Brettner. Allegheny
(Michael Ulosefe Sbarpsburg
) Caroline Uasparlne bharpsburg
I Patrick Crowley Bellaire, O.
1 M lnnifred Connelly Pittsburg
J John Murray Union township
I Mary Duffj., Pittsburg
(Kudolph Troub Pittsburg
; Maggie Mooney Pittsburg
t AxelSwarthlng Pittsburg
I Hilda U. Uafocrt Pittsburg
i Charles Glistens !... .Pittsburg
Amanda Erlg Pittsburg
William C Grim Pittsburg
(Annie Ji. Wallace McKeesport
J Gottlieb Zehnder Pittsburg
) Annie Elsele Allegheny
(Thomas Xwell Pittsburg
J Mary Ann Davis Pittsburg
( Frank Knelp Pittsburg
Catharine Schorr Pittsburg
Condensed Speclnl Dispatches From Sur
rounding Communities That Are Trlbn.
turv to Plttsbnrs.
Tramps invaded the school bouse at Dover,
O., and used all the text books for fuel.
Burglars entered the Warren postoffica
yesterday morning and stole 2,000 worth of
Burgess T. "W. Sharp, of Braddock, Is a
candidate for Council in the Second ward at
The Warren tube works were offered for
sale at 31,000 by the Sheriff yesterday, but
found no takers.
Isaac East, of Lima, made an assignment
for the benefit of bis creditors to-day. Assets
unknown; liabilities, 25,000.
"Wore will be resumed on next Monday
morning at the coal mines of Browns, at Bos
ton, and at the Dravosburg and Stonesburg
The Buckeye Pipe Line Company's runs for
January were 97,453.171 barrels and the ship
ments 8.771,671 barrels. The average dally runs
for January were 3,143,651 barrels and the aver
age shipments 253,054.
A young girl named Annie Stark, whose
parents reside at Johnstown, took a dose of
rough on rats at Latrobe yesterday with sui
cidal intent, Ber troubles arose from disap
pointment in a love anair.
No. S furnace of the Pottsville Iron and
Steel Company was blown out yesterday, owing
to tbe dullness of the iron trade, and will re
main out of blast until spring. One hundred
men are thrown out of employment.
Buck Ridge, Burnside, Bear Valley and
North Franklin Nos. 1 and 2 collieries, owned
by the Beading Company, suspended operations
indefinitely yesterday, owing to the demoraliza
tion of the coal trade. Four thousand men are
At the Democratic primary election at
Greensburg, for officers, Frank Y. Clopper was
chosen for Mayor, George W. Kline, Henry S.
Coskev and Joseph Bowman for Conncilmcn,
Alex Eicher and J. J. Johnston for School Di
rectors, Thomas Stemmell for Tax Collector,
and Thomas "Washabaugh for Constable.
The trial of Frank Baer, of Greensbure, and
Henry Hetzel and James Francis, of Connells
ville, charged with arson, which was to come
up in the court at Greenuburg on Tuesday or
Wednesday next, will probably be postponed.
The counsel for the prosecution stated to-day
that such proceeding would be asked for, inas
much as one of the most important witnesses
against the acensed parties is now in Washing
ton Territory. The counsel for the prisoners
will make a vigorous protest against tbe post
ponement of tbe trial, as they state they are
fully prepared to proceed.
LYTLE-BOYCE-By Rev. B. F. Beazell,
January 27, L. K Lytle, of Oil City, and
Mamie Boyce, of Pittsburg.
WILSON HAMNETT At the M. E.
Church, Wilkinsbuig, on Tuesday evening,
January 8, 1689, by the Bev. J. Franklin Core,
assisted by Dr. aw. Smith, Jas. A. Wilson
and Miss Margaret J. Hamkett, both of
WILL YOU COME?
Our Inducements Are Greater Than Ever.
LOOK AT THESE PBICES.
1 doz Standard Tomatoes (3-lb cans) . . 90c
1 doz Fine Sugar Corn 85c
ldoz Choice Peas 80c
1 doz String Beans 80c
1 doz Choice Table Peaches ?1 30
14 lbs Granulated Sugar. 1 00
15 lbs White Sugar. 1 00
17 lbs Light-Brown Sugar 1 00
1C lbs Evaporated Apples 1 00
25 lbs new Turkey Prunes 1 00
Gibs Evaporated Apricots 1 00
8 lbs Evaporated Peaches 1 00
5 lbs Evaporated Pared Peaches 1 00
20 lbs newCurrants. 1 00
14 lbs new Baisins l 00
6 lbs Prepared Cocoanut 1 00
"We have reduced our four different brands
of flour 25 cents on the barrel.
lbbl Patent Amber 5 GO
lbbl Ermine Amber 6 25
1 bbl White Swan (our best family)... 6 50
1 bbl Fancy St. Louis 6 75
Jd IDs iiutler county .Buckwheat 1 00
20 lbs Cream Cod Fish (boneless) 1 00
25 bars Proctor & Gamble's Ivory soap 1 00
2G bars Proctor & Gamble's Lenox soap 1 00
50 bars good Scrubbing soap 1 00
Goods delivered to all parts of both cities.
To parties living out of the city will pre
pay freight on all orders of 510, $15 and ?20
Send for catalogue.
M. B. Thompson-,
Opp. Gusky, 301 .Market street and 69 Third
CARPETS AT LAST YEAR'S PRICES.
All the Eastern manufacturers HaTe Ad"
vnnced Prices, bat Groetzioger Won't.
Our spring stock, which has been coming
for the past few weeks, is now all here.
Latest styles royal Wilton carpets.
Latest styles Axminsters.
Latest styles moquettes.
Latest styles Gobelins.
Latest styles velvets.
Latest styles body brussels.
Latest styles tapestry brussels.
Latest styles Ingrains.
Latest styles three-plys.
The newest goods from the best manufac
turers, all of them. Come in and see them
as early as you can.
G27 and 629 Penn avenue.
Fall Dress Salt SIS.
At this time of the year we always find a
big demand for full dress (swallow tail)
suits. To meet this demand, and to start
our week's trade with a rush, we will sell
on Monday only about 65 full dress
suits for the sight-selling price of
518. The coats and vests are made of
the finest "West of England cloth, and the
pants of imported doeskin. Tailors charge
$55 for the identical suits. We have all
sizes and can fit anybody, but we offer this
inducement for Monday only: Full dress
suite, 518. P. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp.' the new
Those 8S Overcoats.
Saturday was busy times at our store. "We
advertised it as the last day of our great 58
sale, and had more than we could attend to;
so we have decided to continue this sale for
one day longer. To-morrow (Monday) will
positivelv be the last day these bargains
will be offered, and it's the last chance you
will have of taking choice of all our elegant
kersey, melton, chinchilla and elysian over
coats, many of them silk and satin lined
and worth from 525 to 535, for 58. Cape
coats and ulsters also included in this sale
P. C. c. c,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the
new Court House.
BANKERD On Saturday morning, Feb
ruary 2, 1889, Mr. William Bankked, In his
Funeral from his late residence, Chartiers
station, P. t L. E. R. R., MOSDAT at 2 o'clock
P. jr. Friends of the family are respectfully
requested to attend.
BURNS-On Saturday, Februarys at 8 A. tt,
Sarah Burns, relict of the late John Bums,
Shaler township, aged 76 years.
Fnneral will take place from her late resi
dence, Mlllvale borough, Monday, February 4,
at 2 o'clock. Funeral services will be held one
hour ealier. Friends of tho family are respect
fully invited to attend. 2
CULBERTSON On Saturday. February S,
18S9, at 1 o'clock p. jr., Emily C, widow of tho
late Albert Culbertson, deceased, in the 65th
year of ber age.
Notice of funeral in Monday's paner.
CARNAHAN On Saturday morning, Feb
ruary 2, 1SS9, at 6 o'clock, James Carnahan.
Funeral to-day at 1.30 P. M., Irom tne resi
dence of A. K. Pershing, Chartiers township.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
DTTVALL On Wednesday, January 30, at 6
o'clock p. M., at Martin's Ferry, O., David P.
Duvall, aged 72 years.
FERGUSON Peacefully departed this life.
Miss Edith N. Ferguson at the residence of
her parents, ML Washington, Thirty-second
ward, Pittsburg, on Thursday evening at 10
The funeral will take place on Sunday,
February 3, from Grace Episcopal Church, ML,
Washington, at 120 o'clock p. M. 2
FETHERSTON At Clinton, Mass.. Febru
ary 1, Johk, son of Ellen and the late P. Feth
erston, formerly of Allegheny, and nephew of
Mrs. John Fetherston, of this city.
FANUICAN On Thursday, January SI, 18S9,
at 3 p. M., Johana Fanuican, aged 82 years.
Funeral on Sunday afternoon, from tho
residence of ber son, Patrick Fanuican, Bis
marck way, at 2 p. M. Friends of the family
are respectfully invited to attend. 3
HECKEL On Saturday, February 2, at 12
jl. Louisa, daughter of George W. and Wil
helmena Heckel, aged 0 years and 6 months.
Funeral from the parents residence, corner
Walnut and Prospect streets, on Sunday,
February 3, at 3 p. M. Friends of the family
are respectfully invited to attend.
JONES On Friday. February L 18S9. at 10 15
a. m., Edward Jones, aged 73 years. ,a
Services at his late residence, 39 Alpine ave
nue, Allegheny, Sunday afternoon at 2
o'clock. Interment private at a later hour.
KLNG On Saturday, February 2, 1889, at
12:05 p. M., at his residence, 24S Bedford avenne,
Robert King, in his Slst year.
Funeral services at Third U. P. Church, Dia
mond street, 130 p. m.. on Monday, February
4. Friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend. 2
LATSH AW On Saturday, February 2, 1SS9,
at 1120 o'clock a. m.. Howard B., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Latshaw, aged 5 months and 8
Funeral from parents' residence, 31 Fnlton
street, city, on Sunday afternoon, February
3, at 2 r. M. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. Interment private.
LACOCK On Friday February 1. 1S89, at
1130 a. m., Mrs. Martha, wife of Hamilton
Lacock, aged 63 years and i months.
Funeral services at her late residence 141
Taggart street, Allegheny, on Sunday at 3 p.
M. Interment private. 2
McGLENN Saturday, February 2, at 6
o'clock a. M, Mrs. Jane McGlenn, aged 74
Funeral services at 2.30 o'clock Monday,
February 4, at the residence of her brother, JD.
K. Reynolds, 132 Sandusky street, Allegheny.
Friends of the family are respectfully Invited
to attend. 2
McCAFFERY-On Friday. February L 1889,
at 11 a. m., Thomas F. McCaffery, in the
36th year of his age.
Funeral will take place from the residence of
his mother, No. 9 Wilson street, on Monday
at 83a Mass at St Paul's Cathedral at 9 a. m.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 3
NUMAN On Saturday morning, February
2, 18S9. at 6 o'clock, "Ed," son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Human, aged 21 years, 2 months and 27
Services at parents residence. No. 63 Espla
nade street, Allegheny, this (Sunday) after
noon, at 4 o'clock. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend. Interment
Monday, February 4, at Minerva, Ohio.
RUSSELL On Saturday afternoon, Feb
ruary 2, 18S9, James Russell, Sr., in the 69th
year of his age.
Funeral services from St, John's Episcopal
Churcb,TUESDAY afternoon, at 2 o'clock. 2
ROEMH1LD On Saturday. February 2. 18S9.
at 6.15 A.M., AUGUST E., son of August and
Wilhelmina Roemhild (nee Erbe),aged 5 years
11 months 22 days.
Funeral on Sunday, February 3, at 2 p.m.,
from his parents' residence. No. 1919 Carson
street, Sonthside, Pittsburg, Pa. Friends are
With ot without cushions. For comfort, the
best chair ever brought to this market
P. C. Schoeneck,
711 LIBERTY ST.
Should be very positive what
kind of a Shoe their children
Have the correct last, that
gives the foot the correct
training from infancy. Watch
which is the title of the Shoe,
not alone indicates in name,
but also in comfort, the Shoe
you will find in hid and pebble
spring heel, and in all widths
from AA to D, sizes j-6, at
430-436 Market St.
Braddock, 916 Main St.
are now our daily companions, and
they are working hard to have our
stores ready in due time for our
immense.Spring Opening of Cloth
ing, Hats, Caps and Furnishing
Meanwhile we are offering Special
Values in Men's, Boys' . and Children's
KNIT JACKETS, Etc,
This is a rare opportunity for
BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
406 and 408 Wood St
A CARNIVAL FOR HOUSEKEEPERS.
BEAD THE LIST.
Acme Fry Pans, only 6e.
2-Quart Tin Pajls, only 6c
1-Quart Oaffee Pot, only 6c.
Splash Hats, only 6c.
Root Scrub Brushes, only 6e.
Egg Turners, only 6c.
Decorated Bone Dishes, only 10c.
White Granite Dinner Plates, only 6o.
Handle Tea Gups and Saucers, only 50o set.
"Wood Water Pail, only 10c.
Galvanized Iron Tea Kettles, 7 in., 60c; 8 in.,
69c; 9 in., 81c.
Iron Spiders, 7 in., 20c; 3 in., 25c; 9 in., 30c.
Iron Dinner Pots and Kettles, 7 in., 41c; 8
in., 60c; 9 in., 69c.
Enameled Kettles, 25c to 69c.
Coffee Mills, 39, 60 and 69c.
Clothes Pins, lc doz.
1,000 Home Series Novels, only 8e.
26-in. Gloria Silk Umbrellas, assorted
handles, $1 25.
TEN THOUSAND ARTICLES
5 AND 10-CENT COUNTERS!
Worth Donble the Money.
Compare our prices with others. We are
lower than the lowest.
H. C. HAYDEN & CO.
161 FEDEBAL ST., Allegheny.
In Ladies, Misses and Children's Muslin
All pronounce them the best and cheapest
line ever shown here. Pull sizes and best
finish guaranteed. Come and convince
48c, 65c, 75c, 85c, 95c, SI 00, SI 10 up to finest.
25c, 35c, 48c, 65e, 75c, 85c, $1 00 np to finest.
25c, 35c, 40c, 45c, 50c, 55e, 65c, 75c, 85c, 51 10
up to finest.
23c, 35c, 45c, 60c, 65c, 75c, 85c, ?1 00 nn to
35e, 48c, 50c, 65c, 75c, 85c, SI IB, SI 25 up
50c, 65c, 75c, 85c, 98c, U 00, $1 25, 51 35,
Si 60 up to finest.
Cliildren's Muslin Drawers,
Sizes 1 and 2, 10c per pair, hem and tucks,
good muslin; larger sizes 15c up; finest
muslin at popular prices.
Infants' outfits a SDecialtv readv-madn 'and
to order. All the new shapes and styles tn the
above, extra sizes for large persons.
OUR WINTER CLEARANCE SALE Still
going on; lots of excellent goods way below
cost. Come and save money.
A, G, CAMPBELL &
710 PENN AVENUE,
Bet. Seventh and Eighth Sts.
MT. DE CHANTAL,
Near Wheeling, W. Va.,
(BISTERS OF THE VISITATION.)
A school of more than national reputation,
offers exceptional advantages for thorough ed
ucation of young ladies in all departments. Li
brary of 6,000 volumes. Fine philosophical,
chemical and astronomical apparatus.
Musical department specially noted. Corps
of piano teachers trained by a Ieadingprofessor
from Conservatory of Stuteart. Vocal culture
according to the method 01 the old Italian mas
ters. Location unsurpassed for beauty and health.
Ten acres of pleasure grounds. Board excel
lent. For catalogues and references to patrons in
aU the principal cities, address
se9-q76-BU THE DIRECTRESS.
once said: 3
strike the iron when it is hot, but you must '
TTcruL Can ZB-ixy
Dry Goods, Ladies' Coats, Fur
niture, Carpets, Pictures, Silver
ware, Stoves, Bedding, for Cash or
Easy payments at
Lowest-Pricei House in Httslinrg.
635 SmilMeld Street. 635.
PHOTOGRAPHER. 16 SIXTH STREET.
A fine, large crayon portrait $3 SO: see them
Deiore oraering eixewnere. waDineis, w ano
(2 50 per dozen. 1'KUALFX uau. VJfiK Y.
RESTAURANTS AND HOTELS.
Rich Out Glass
At Reduced Prices.
D. TAYLOR & CO.,
947 Liberty street
Note Ladies, bargains await you.
DANZIGER & SHOENBEEG,
MORRIS H. DANZIGER,
SELLING WITH A BIG LOSS
"You must not
heat it by striking."
That is just exactly what we have been doing with our "Forget-Me-Not"
sale. Anybody can sell goods in May and June, when the clear
skies and pleasant weather tempt thousands to promenade our principal
thoroughfares. Anybody can sell goods in December, when tens of
thousands of eager purchasers are on the lookout for Christmas and
New Year's presents, and he is a wise merchant who at those times fills
his show windows with his daintiest and most attractive wares. That is
simply striking the iron while it is hot; that is simply availing onesself
of a favorable trade wind; that is simply riding on the tide of commerce.
Anybody can do that
But we do more than that We create a demand for our wares in
the dull month of February. In spite of rain and snow and blizzards,
we draw people from their warm firesides and comfortable homes, to
throng our stores and to buy freely. We not only trim our sails to the
trade winds, but'we manage to raise a breeze now and then, as the public
knows. We not only ride on the topmost crest of the tide of commerce
at its flbw (last Christmas proved that), but we make the waves. In
brief, to use the words of Oliver Cromwell: "We not only strike the iron
when it is hot, but we heat it by striking."
So much by way of prelude. Now read the list of "Forget-Me
Not" Bargains, and you will see how we do it
Prices in first column are our regular prices.
Prices in second column are our "Forget-Me-Not" prices.
AT LESS THAN lrANJBACTUBEES, PEESENT PRICES.
Dauntless Mnslin, one yard wide
Soft finish Chapman Mnslin, one yard wide.
Hero Muslin, 33 inches wide
Hero Muslin, one yard wide
Blackstone Mnslin, one yard wide
Fruit of the Loom Muslin, one yard wide...
Fruit of the Loom Cambric, one yard wide..
Williamsville A 1 Muslin, one yard wide...
Lonsdale Muslin, one yard wide
Utica Mills Muslin, one yard wide
Lonsdale Cambric, one yard wide
WamsutU Muslin, one yard wide
Of Above We Will Sell Only Ten Yards to Any One Purchaser,
Forget-Me-Nots for Ladies.
JAMES M. FULLERTON.
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Steeet.
Undertakers and Embalmers and Livery sublet
No. 612 Grant street, near Fifth aTenue.
At the old stand fine carriages lor shopping or
parties or opera at the most reasonable prices.
Telephone 22S. oc31-d3-W8u
John L. Tbexleb. Paul Bauer.
BAUER & TREjyER,
Undertakers and Embalmers, Li cry and Sale
Btaole. No. 378 and 3b0 Beaver ave. Branch
office, 679 Preble ave., Allegheny City.
Telephone 3116. auS-t62-MThsu
Take Dr. O'Keefe's Bitters for indices
tion, 34 Fifth avenue.
Fine watch repairing, lowest prices, at
Hauch's, No. 295 Fifth avenue. -wtsu
stimulates tbe torpid liver, strengthens the
digestive organs, regulates tbe bowels, and are
unequaiea as an
In malarial districts their virtues are widely
recognized, as they possess peculiar properties
in freeing tbe system from that poison. Ele
gantly sugar coated. Dose small. Price, 25cts.
Office, U Muebat street, New Yoek.
Will never use any other medicine after one
giving MAGEE'S EMULSION a fair trial.
The rapidity with which it promotes digestion
and builds up the entire sjsteni is astonishing.
Even the weakest dyspeptic can retain the
Emulsion on bis stomach, and that means a
continual improvement andnennanent cure.
New York, December 13, 1887.
B. A. Maoee d. Co , Lawrence, Mass. Gen
tlemen: I have been troubled with dyspepsia
iur jcara, auu imic itieu various remeuies wim
out success. I have used three bottles of your
Emulsion, and nave been greatly relieved.
Yours, etc, Joseph Payton,
155 Henry street. New York.
is equally valuable in cases of Consumption
Tho Rev. Alfred S. Stowell write:
DEBRr Depot, N. H., August 15, 1887.
Messrs. J. A. Maoee fc Co Gentlemen:
Last fall my wife was completely prostrated.
She was suffering from extreme debility, accom
panied by profuse night sweats. By advice of
her physician she commenced taklnc your
Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil. She took a bottle
a week for more "than six months. She soon
commenced to gain slowly, and after a time ber
night sweats ceased; she gamed considerably in
flesh, and at present time Is in about her usual
health. Alfred S. Stowell,
Pastor of Baptist Church, Derry, N. H.
Cloaks, Wraps, Plush Coats.
Cloth Newmarkets and Jackets.
Our Cloak Boom crowded all day long with Ladies -who fully ap
preciate tho matohless bargains we are offering now. Our big effort
now is on
Ladies7. Muslin .v Underwear,
Aprons, Corset Covers, etc.
Our fortunate purchase for ready cash, at our own prices, from an
overstocked manufacturer, twill enable us to offer to our patrons the
very best value in either city. Ladies see our bargains in White Goods,
Torchon Laoes, fine Embroidery, Table Linen, Towels, Lace Curtains,
NapKlns, Jctaw auic xaoie uovera
Our bargain tables all over our big store will astonish you.
Take elevator to second floor for Glassware bargains and Apron
Nos. 424446-8-50-52 Sixth Street 538-540-542 Penn Ave.
1j Have you seen the latest in BAN GS.
Come and see tbe
Something entirely new. At MISS MARIE
LANDERS'. Artiste, No. 25 Fifth ave.,Hugus &
Hacke buildlnjc upstairs.
Take Sporber'j elevator, e3-wsa
Do not be deceived
and buy faded parlor
goods, shop worn, old
style Furniture, when
you can buy the very
latest and the best at so
extremely low prices, at
17 Federal SU,All'y,Boyle Block.
HOPPER BROS. & CO.,
THE XiO"W" ZFIRIOIE IiIELfi-IDIEIlS
307 -WOOD STEBET,
Have declared war, not against Samoa, but against HIGH PRICES, and we
propose, to defeat them, cost what it may I In order to do so we
have made TERRIBLE CUTS in all departments.
OTTIR, PARLOE K.003VL
Is overcrowded with Suits and Odd Pieces of Parlor Furniture, and it must be
cleared out. Therefore, we have decided to offer, during the month of February,
these goods at a sacrifice, the customer having a choice of over 70 samples of covers
The most complete line in the city. We have a solid Walnut, marble top, 34x30
bevel plate Bedioom Suit, that cannot be purchased elsewhere for anything near
like the price we are selling at only $50, on easy payments. A complete line of
Bedroom Suits extending from $20 up.
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS.
Just received, a complete stock of new spring designs in Carpets, which are
open and ready for inspection, together with the finest line of Art Squares ever
offered in the city. Hundreds of patterns in Moquette and Smyrna Rugs, all sizes.
-THE DAVIS SEWING MACHINE, vertical feed, the finest In the world,
can only be purchased here. CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS.
Ladies' Victoria Lawn Aprons, wide hemandtucks 25o
Ladies Muslin Hubbard Night Gowns 75c
Ladies' Mnslin Skirts with embroidered ruffle and tucks 63c
Ladies' Muslin Embroidered Chemises 75c
Ladies' Muslin Drawers with embroidered ruffle and tucks 75c
Ladies' Cambric Corset Covers, square neck and trimmed with fine
Torchon Laces $ 1 25
Ladles' Beaver Newmarkets 12 00
Ladies' Corsets, fairly well made but not a first-class article 50c
Ladies' Fine French Corsets, embroidered busts. 75c
Ladies' Gray Embroidered Corsets, recommended for wear. 1 00
Ladies' Long-waisted White Corsets 1 25
Ladies' 500-bone Corsets 2 00
Ladies' White Bibbed Vests 50o
Ladies' All-Wool Scarlet Underwear 75c
Ladies' White Saxony Wool Underwear 1 25
Ladies' Striped Camel's Hair Underwear 2 00
Ladies' Plain Camel's Hair Underwear 1 50
Ladies' Imported Swiss Bibbed Vests........ 1 00
Ladies' Silk Bibbed Vests 125
Ladies' Finest Cashmere Underwear 2 50
Ladies' Begular-made Cotton Hose, plain and fancy 15c
Ladies' Fancy Cotton Hose, new spring styles 25c
Ladies' Black Silk Plaited Hose 75c
Ladies' All-Wool Hose. 50c
Ladies' Fine Oxford Merino Hose 63a
Ladies' Cashmere Gloves 33c
Ladies' Black Silk Gloves, fleece-lined 75o
Ladies' Kid-lined Gloves 2 50
Ladies' Astrachan Gloves, Fowne's make. 1 25
Ladies' 4-Buiton Kid Gloves, embroidered backs 75c
Ladies' Mosquetarie Kid Gloves. 1 50
Ladies' Two-tone Kid Gloves 2 00
Ladies' 4-Button Undressed Kid Gloves 1 00
Ladies' New Black Gimp, two'inches wide 50o
Ladies' New Black Gimn. three inches wide 75c
Ladies' New Galoons, embroidered with silver and gold 1 25
Ladies All-linen II. a. uandKercmeis
Ladies' All-linen Initial Handkerchiefs
Ladies' All-linen Colored Border Handkerchiefs
Ladies' Fine Japanese Silk Handkerchiefs
Ladies' Silk Initial Handkerchiefs
Ladies' Colored Silk "Handkerchiefs
Ladies' Mourning Handkerchiefs
Ladies' Crepe Lisse Buching
Ladies' Souffle Net Veils
Forget-Me-Nots for the Housekeeper.
Decorated Individual Butters at 2c each.
Colored Glass Salt Shakers at 5c each.
Plain Brown Tumblers at 5c each.
Decorated Fruit Saucers at 60 each.
Engraved Tumblers at 7c each.
Engraved Goblets at 7c each.
Decorated Tea Plates at 9c each.
Decorated Dinner Plates at 12c each.
Decorated Bone Dishes at 12c each.
Decorated Bound Nappies at 13c each.
Gold Band China Caps and Saucers at 15c
Decorated Meat Dishes at 18c each.
Individual Salts at 18e a dozen.
Glass Fruits at 18c a dozen.
Three-bottle Glass Castors at 25c each.
Hand Lamps, complete, at 25c each.
Decorated Covered Dishes at 65c each.
Nickel-plated Lamps, complete,at 79c each.
Snout Strainers at lc eacn.
Wooden Mustard Spoons at lc each.
Paper of Tacks at lc each. ,
Clothes Pins at lc a dozen.
Paring Knives at 3c each.
Can Openers at 3c each.
Machine Screw Drivers at 3c each.
Curtain Pins at 4c a dozen.
Sink Brushes at 3c each.
Tin Dredge Boxes at 4c each.
Match Safes at 4c each.
Spool Wire at 4c a spool.
Fire Shovels at 4c each.
Fancy Cake Pans at 4c each.
Stove Lifters at 4c each.
Two-quart Tin Pails at 5c each.
Graduated Quart Measures at 5c each.
Tea Trays at 5c each.
Cork Screws at 5c each.
Egg Timers at 6c each.
Painted Cuspidors at 7c each.
Boot Scrub Brushes at 8c each.
Egg Beaters at 9c each.
Collanders at 9c each.
Soup Strainers at 9c each.
Covered Dust Pans at 10c each.
Shoe Brushes at luc each.
Three-quart Coffee Pots at 15c each.
Two-quart Milk Kettles at 15c each.
Dust Brushes at 16c each.
Painted Slop Pails at 17c each.
Painted Slop Jars at 17c each.
Tea Kettles at 17c each.
Children's Trays at 25c each.
Bread Boxes at 45c each.
Bread Boxes at 55c each.
Bread Boxes at 60c each.
FLEISHMAN & CO.'S
HOPPER BROS. & CO.
THE ONLY COMPLETE HOUSEFURNISHEES,
307 WOOD STREET, BET. THIRD AND FOURTH AYES.
Open Saturday Until IO o'clock.
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES!
504-506-508 Market St,
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