Newspaper Page Text
THE PITTSBTJBG- DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1889.
IT WILL BE THE BEST.
Uncle Sam's ftavy Kot to be Knocked
Oat by Any One When He Gets It
MITSEI'S JIADE A GOOD START.
His Administration Praised Highly bj He
UK. SMALLS SPAKS FOR HIMSELF.
He Thinks His Totes and Sot His Eecord Elected Him
Secretary "Whitney's administration of the
affairs of the Navy Department was highly
complimented by several Republican Sena
tors yesterday. They seem to think the
United States will hare the best nary in
the world. Mr. Smalls spoke for himself in
his contest for Elliott's seat. Figures show
$20,000,000 difference between the revenue
uhich would be raised by the Mills bill and
that of the Republican Senators.
several Democratic Senators, who could see
no use in occupying the time of the Senate
in political debate at present, and thus
forcing an extra session. Republican Sen
ators thought in view of the Clayton assassi
nation in Arkansas, this was as good a time
as any to prepare to prevent similar occur
rences. A PLEA FOR PROTECTION.
Tho Kansas Lcsislntnro Asks Congress to
Sec lo the Soniliern States.
Washington, February 12. Senator
Plumb to-day presented a resolution of the
Lower House of tbe Kansas Legislature re
questing Congress to adopt such measures
as will secure to every citizen of the South
ern States pcrlect protection in the exercise
of all political rights, etc., even though it
be necessary to place such States under mil
A preamble to the resolution recites that
the grossest frauds have been perpetrated
upon the Republicans of Arkansas; that
thousands of Republicans of the State have
been disfranchised by ballot box stuffing
and intimidation, and that John M. Clay
ton, candidate at the last election upon the
Republican ticket, has been assassinated
HEADQUARTERS OF MUSIC
At Klebcr it lire's.
The months of January and February have
thus far been the most successful in the sale
of Pianos and Organs which the great old
musio house of Kleber & Bra, 506 Wood
street, have ever had. The sale of the great
Steinway and Conovcr and Opera Pianos
has been unprecedented for this season of
Kleber Bros, sell only the best Pianos
made in this country, and tbey sell them at
a smaller profit and on more accommodat
ing terms than any music dealer in this
city. They also offer a few Opera Pianos,
slightly scratched in transportation, at the
reduced price of an ordinary second-hand'
piano. Great bargains can be had at
Kleber & Bro.'s, 606 Wood street, in new
and second-hand Pianos at this time, and
purchasers receive an eight year warranty
with everv instrument. Study your inter
est and call at Klebers' and get the full
value of your money.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL!
About Feb. 1 We Will Remove to
37 FIFTH AVE.
(NORTH SIDE OF STREET).
On account of removal we will offer onr en
tire stock of Silver Plated Ware, Clocks.
Bronzes, Statuary. Onyx Top Tables. Brass Cab
inets, Piano Lamps and Choice Art Goods at a
Great Reduction in Price.
as-This will bo a rare opportunity to pur
chase fine goods at a very low price.
WATTLES & SHEAFER,
54 FIFTH AVENUE.
' Washington; February 12. The
Senate to-day resumed consideration of the
naval appropriation bill the pending
. question being Mr. Chandler's amendment
to strike -out the words requiring the new
Cruising monitor to be constructed of the
type, and under the plans and specifications
ot Mr. Thomas, of Illinois. Mr. Chandler
continued his argument in support of the
ainendinent-yexpressiiig his doubts whether
Mr. Thomas had done anything whatever in
the making of plans and specifications, or
whether Mr. Thomas had the skill and
ability to do so. His understanding was,
that Mr. Thomas had merely enumerated
certain ideas as a desideratum on a ship,
that naval officers now in the employment
of the Government had made all the de
signs, plans and specifications. He thought
it altogether wrong to put such a provision
in an appropriation bill, but if anybody
was to be recognized in that manner, it
should be the men who had taken the ideas
and designed the ship.
PKAISE TE03I SIR I.ATJNCELOT.
Finally the clause was somewhat recon
structed," and Mr. Plumb complimented the
present administration of the Navy Depart
ment. He was glad to say (in the closing
days of the administration) that the Navy
Department had been well administered, not
only in the sense that there had been a
stimulus given (so far as could be given by
executive direction) to everything that went
to the up-building of the navy, to procuring
the best types of ships, to the stimulation of
the highest forms of manufactures, but,
more than all that, to the encouragement
of the individual genius of the peo
ple, and to the doing of the
work, not in navy yards (where
political considerations might have in
fluence), bnt in private yards. He was glad
to say that during the past four years the
Navy Department had been administered in
a practical, level-headed, judicious way
The result was that (quoting a remark made
to iim by Mr. Hale) he was prepared to be
lieve within ten years the United States
would have the best navy in the world not
the strongest navy, not a navy with the most
ships, not a navy with the greatest variety
of ships but a navy with the most modern
ships, with ships Best adapted to the work
they would have to do.
HALE ALSO COSirLTMEXTAET.
Mr. Hale said that the foundations for a
good navy had been well laid under the
administration of the Navy Department by
Mr. Chandler,and paid Mr. Chandler a high
compliment. He added that much of the
success which, had characterized the present
administration of the Navy Department (to
which he was glad to bear testimony) had
been owing to the hearty holding up of the
Secretary's hands by a majority of the Sen
ate opposed to him in politics. The Sec
retary had been careful in his methods; he
bad encouraged American inventors, Ameri
can enterprise and American skill: and now
the United States had some of the best ships
nit ir... in ha fnnnn tnjarr .in in ... ....
of the globe. The next four or five years
were to give the fruition of all that had
been done oefore. Then the United States
would have the very best navy in the world.
An amendment was adopted appropriat
ing 50,000 for testinc the Hurst guns, and
then the bill was passed.
SMALLS SPEAKS FOE HIMSELF.
He Admits lie Was ConTicltd of Bribery,
bnt That Oughtn't to Count.
Washington, February 15. In the
House to-day the Smalls-Elliott contested
election was again considered, the details
on each side being confined to six hours, by
agreement. After Mr. Crisp.Mr. O'Terrall,
Mr. Kerr and Mr. Cooper had indulged in a
spicy discussion of some length, Mr. Smalls
was granted the floor to speak lor himself.
He had supposed, he said, that the case
was to be tried upon the evidence taken,
but he found that he was placed upon trial
for an act said to have been committed in
1673 in South Carolina. It was true he had
been arrested in 1877. charged bv the Demo
crats with receiving a bribe in 1873,and con-
victea. ne was as innocent ot that charge
as tne gentleman wno now presided over the
deliberations of the House (Mr. McCreary).
Reviewing the case, he commented on tbe
fact that, though in South Carolina every
Judge, was a Democrat, every prosecuting
officer was a Democrat, every constable was
a Democrat, not a man had been brought to
court for all this bulldozing and intimida
tion which had been charged. Let gentle
men on the other side examine the record,
and if they came to the conclusion that he
had not been honestly and squarely elected
to this House, let them be honest in their
convictions and vote against him. He
would not himself take up the testimony
because he was nota lawyer; and he thanked
God sometimes that he was not, for now he
could agree upon something. Laughter.-
No vote was reached on the subject to
day. TWENTY MILLIONS DIFFERENCE
Between tbe Reduction of tlie Mills Bill and
That of tbe Sennte.
Washington, February 12. The com
putations made by the Treasury Depart
ment as to the probable effect on the reve
nues of the tariff bill and the Senate amend
ment have been made public. They show
that the House bill will reduce the collec
tions from customs $50,350,345, and from in
ternal revenue 517,610,234, or a total reduc
tion of revenue of 557,960,579. The bill as
amended by the Senate would rednce the
customs collections 513,976,887 and the in
ternal revenue receipts 533,905,780, or 547,
882,667 in the aggregate. The average ad
valorem rates under existinir law is46.91:
under the House bill it would be 42.38, andj
uuuer me (senate out to.
In his letter transmitting the computa
tions, Secretary Fairchild says that to avoid
extra delay and labor the department made
use of estimates formerly prepared, based
on the importations for 1887, and adds:
Although made according to the plan and
Condensed Special Dispatches From Sur
rounding Communities That Are Tribn
tnitr to Pittsbnrff.
Georgr Brothers blew tho gas out in a
Uniontown hotel last night. The clerk res
cued him in time.
The Republicans of Washington held their
primaries yesterday. Hon. Jonathan Allison
was nominated for Burgess.
A Farmers' Institute is to be held at Wash
ington next Friday and Saturday. The road
question will be the leading topic
The well drilled for the Ford City Glass
Company, on the McCullough farm.three miles
east of that place, has come in and is worth
Mysterious surveys at Riverton and
Demmler have caused the people there to make
inquiries, but so far no one has been able to
solve the problem.
The 17-year-old daughter of Mrs. Avery, a
McKeesport widow, was found by the Youngs
town police yesterday. She will be cared for
until her mother's arrival.
Advocates of prohibition have signed a
a call for a convention to be held at Washing
ton on the 20th inst. for the purpose of map
ping out a plan of campaign.
A bad freight wreck occurred on the Nickel
Plate Railroad at Arcadia, O., caused by a
wild engine running backward into a standing'
train demolishing a number of cars. .No lives
v ere lost.
A fire started in the warehouse of Brown
Brothers, at Newark, yesterday, communicated
to adjoining propeity, doing a great deal of
damage. It is bchcrcd to have been of incen
diarj origin. The loss will be about $15,000.
The matter of the injunction recently
granted the Citizens' Natural Gas Company
against the Shenango Natural Gas Company,
which was argued last Thursday, was re-argued
before Judge WicLham yesterday. The deci
sion of Judge Wickham upon the points in
volved wdl not be made known forseveral days
Another outrage was committed near
Arlington, O., bya crowd of men disguised as
' White Caps. The victim was Rev. Jesse Smith,
a minister of the gospel, and a very wealthy
man. He was bound and gagged, and relieved
of about S100. A notice was left at the resi
dence of Nathan Elsascr, warning him to leave
Judge Simonton, in the case of the Com
monwealth against the Kittanning Insurance
Company, handed down an opinion to-day, in
which he directs judgment to bo entered com
manding the defendant to allow tbe Insurance
Commissioner access to its books and records.
Tbe fact that it is a mutual company, he sajs,
does not lclieve it from such supervision.
A sad accident occurred Monday night while
the family of George Dirnock, an engineer on
the Jefferson branch, of tho Erie Railroad, was
engaged in rehearsing private theatricals at
their home in Carbondale. A border drama
was tne piay characterized, and the father, who
was taking the part of the villain, was shot bv
his son, 11 years old, who had a revolver and
rushed upon the scene to prevent the villain
carrying away a girl from the house. The
lather's recovery is regarded as very doubtful.
A troject of the Pennsylvania Company
which has been long under consideration has
again come to the front. The Fort Wayne track,
from the crossing above West Rochester sta
tion to the Rochester depot, below that point,
a distance of nearly half a mile either wav, has
an elevation at the foot of Madison street of
from 10 to 12 feet, thus making a steep grade.
The company is said to be considering the
question of removing this grade bv lonenng
the track, an undertaking which would require
a vastamount of n ork and involve a heavy ex
pense. STEAM MESSES THE BEST,
niaxrlaselilcenses Granted Tetterday,
c James Wilson Heck l'lttsburjc
1 Clara Krugb Pittsburg
I Wm. McCaslln McKeesport
iAUle Kllrov McKeesport
Charles T. Lcmmon KtttannlnR
J Laura E. bn&nkel Klttannlne
(Henry H. Catlett. . Arkansas
HattieL. Hlte..,. Bite's Station
J Jan KnntorezTk - Pittsburg
J Win. .Murray Pittsburg
Alice Mulholland Pittsburg
( Bartloml Solarczyk Pittsburg
) Barbara Sobzyak Pittsburg
( Charles Dietrich Pittsburg
i Augusta Walilgemuth Pittsburg
(Theodore Jlocdshlna Baldwin township
Martha A. Butler Baldwin township
(James Matthews Westmoreland county
i'liUte Brose ,. Westmoreland county
i i:aJersukowskl McKeesport
Peter Laird Pittsburg
J Catharine Morrow Pittsburg
( Morris Levin Pittsburg
J Itebecca Leinermann Pittsburg
( Edward Vcckel Pittsburg
Marie E. II. U. Mohr Pittsburg
( Robert Bingham Pittsburg
I Eliza Henderson Pittsburg
(John btachle Allegheny
1 Anna Southelmer Allegheny
J Alexander L. Stewart Pittsburg
I Adah B. Mccracken Pittsburg
TO THOSE WHO FURNISH WITH
BRASS AND IRON
The Senate Committee Reports Agninst the
Friends of Hand Presses.
Washington, February 12. Messrs. His
cork and Harris, tho sub-Committee of the
Senate Fiuance Committee, who have had un
der consideration for several months the ques
tion of supplanting the steam press plate print
ing machines in tho Bureau of Engraving and
Printing, by the introduction of hand ma
chines, to-day reported to the full committee
adversely to the advocates of the proposed
The report is made upon a House bill which
requires that the printing of stamps, notes and
bonds shall be "done in the highest style of the
art." By their representation tho sub-committee
sars that steam press work fulfills that re
quirement. Baeet's TEicorHEEOHS will positively
restore hair to bald heads; nothing in the
world equal to it.
theory usually adopted, I recognize that these
eMimaies are largely conjectural, ana more or
less unreliable and misleading. As a rule.
they are based upon the assumption that if the
Senate bill should become a law merchandise
of like quantities and values would be im
ported as was imported during the fiscal year
18S7. This basis can only be accepted as relia
ble where changes in rates are not of such
character as to necessarily cause Increased importations.
As Good nTlme ns Any.
WAsirrvfrmv PVV,.n..ia r- -p,,.-.
r y . to-day brought up the alleged Outrages in
VigW'cxaVbnt e matter was objected to by
Ken- Jackets in the Cloakroom.
Stockinette and stylish cords; perfect
fitting; low prices.
Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penu Avenue Stores.
4-4 Scotch zephyr ginghams, 25 cents,
hundreds of pieces; also the 40-cent ones.
Never before such an assortment to choose
from. " Boggs & Buhl.
Special Watch and Diamond Sale
This week. Call early and secure bargains.
Elgin watches 56 and upward. Genuine
diamond rings- 54 and upward, at Hauch's,
No. 295 Fifth avenue. Established 1853.
A large variety of tasteful designs.
Jos. Eichbatjm & Co., 48 Filth ave.
Choice styles all wool spring dress
goods, in stripes and plaids, new colorings.
MWFSU HUGUS & HACKE.
Stanford & Co.
Fine photos, crayons, and pastels, at lowest
prices, 68 Federal st. wr
Removal and clearance sale of guns and
revolvers at J. H. Johnston, 621 Smithfieid
Is absolutely necessary in order to have perfect
health. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the great blood
purifier, quickly conquering scrofula, salt
rheum, and all other Insidious enemies which
attack the blood and undermine the health. It
also builds up the whole system, cures dyspep
sia and sick headache, and overcomes that
I have been troubled by a scrofulous affec
tion all my life. It is one of the marked recol
lections of my boyhood days, and for several
years has rendered me unable to labor much.
I think Hood's Sarsaparilla, which I have been
using at intervals for ten years, is the best
thing I have ever taken. I am now 60, and my
general health seems better than ever." H. D.
Abbott, Warren, N. H.
"I have taken two bottles of Hood's Sarsapa
rilla for salt rheum and dyspepsia, with which
I was troubled very much. After taking this
medicine I am feeling as well as ever in my
life." G. W. Rose, Pottsville, Pa.
'. B. If you want a good medicine get
Sold by all druggists. $1; six for 55. Prepared
only by C. L HOOD 4 CO., Lowell, Miss.
100 Doses One Dollar
BREEN On Sunday. February 10, 1SS9, at
450 p. m., John Barry Bbeex, in his 40th
Funeral from his late residence. No. 11
Mercer street, on Wedsbsday morning at
8.S0 o'clock. Services at St. Bridget's at 9
o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend.
(Trenton (N. J.) papers please copy.
CHESSMAN On Tuesday, February 12, 1889,
at 0 p. jr., Robert Chessman, aged C9 years.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
CONEBY On Monday, February 11, at 11:45
A. M, at his residence, No. 6 Roberts street, Al
legheny, J. B. Coneby, in the 44th year of his
Funeral from the Fifth XT. P. Church, Alle
gheny, on Wednesday, at 2 p. M. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend.
GUSTINE On Tuesday. February 12. 1SS9.
Mrs. Rebecca Ann Gtstine, in the 59th year
of her age.
The funeral will take place Thursday aft
ernoon at 1 o'clock from the residence of her
son-in-law, J. C. Schirmer, North Canal street,
above Sixteenth street, Sharpsburg. Friends
of the family are respectfully Invited to attend.
JARVIS On Tuesday, February 12, at 2.30
p. m., Harriet Jarvis, wife of David Jams,
aged 44 years.
Funeral services at the residence of her hus
band, Baldwin township. Thursday at 1 p. m.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
KELLY At his late residence. 126 Thirtv
eighth street, on Tuesday, February 12. 18S9,
William P. Kelly, aged 86 years 3 months.
Notice of funeral in evening papers.
MATHER On Tuesday, February 12, 1SS9,
at 130 a. m., Mary, wife of tho late John
Mather, aged 61 years and 3 days.
Funeral from her late residence, Stoops' Fer
ry, Moon township, on Thursday, February
14, at 2 o'clock P. ir. Friends of the family are
respectfully Invited to attend.
MERKEL February 10. 1SS9. at Marion,
Ind., Simon Merkel, aged 53 years.
Funeral fr6m his late residence, No. 1907
Jane street, Southside, on Thursday morn
ing, February 14, at 10 o'clock. Frien A, of the
family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
McKEE On Tuesday. February 12 1SS9, at
4 A. m., Sadie R.McKee, wife of David L.
Services at 1050 o'clock a. m. Thursday,
February 14. 1889, at her lato fesidence, Mc
Kee's Rocks, Pa. Funeral on the arrival of
the 2:12 P. M. train, city time, Southside depot,
P. & L. E. R, R,, to proced to Allegheny Cem
etery. McCOY On Monday, February 11, 1SS9, at
5:10 p. St., Sarah McCoy, aged 73 years.
Funeral will tako place from the residence of
her son, John McCoy, No. 344 Second avenue,
at 2.30 p. m. on Wednesday. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
O'NEIL On Tuesday, February 12, 18S9,at
3 o'clock p. m., Thomas O'Neil, in his 51st
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend the luneral on Thursday, February
14, from his late residence, Ohio township. In
terment at Warf ord. 2
ROTH On Monday afternoon, February 1L
at 1:45 o'clock, Annie M., wife of William
Roth, in her 35th year.
Funeral will take from her late residence.
East street extension, Reserve township,
Wednesday, February 13, at 2 p. m. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to at
SCHFJF On Tuesday, February 12, 1SS9, at
350 P. M., Miss Katie, dangbter of John and
Amelia Schcif, aged 22 years and 4 months.
Funeral from the parents' residence, Home
stead, on Thursday. Interment private at
St. Michael's Cemetery.
STEELE On Tuesday, February 12, at 11 A.
x., Mary It, wife of Herbert Steele, in her 51st
Notice of funeral hereafter.
SIEBERT On Monday. February 11, 1SS9. at
450 P. M., Alice Kimberly, wife of David H.
Funeral from her late residence, Shaler
township, on Wednesday, at 2 P. m. Friends
of tho family arerespectfully invited to attend.
TRTJNICK On Sabbath. February 10. 1S89,
at 950 o'clock P. M., Benney Trunick, of
Moon township, in the 6th year of his age.
Funeral from his late residence, Wednes
day, February 13, at 2 o'clock p. M. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to at
tend. Friends will be met at Coraopolis, P. &
L. E. R. R-. at 12 o'clock. 2
Brass, at - - $29
Iron, Brass trimmed, 9
3 feet wide by 6 ft. 6 in. long.
Other sizes at proportionate prices.
P. C. Schoeneck,
711 LIBERTY ST.
lnfantsLong and Short
Dresses, Slirts, etc,
We are going out of this branch
of Children's Goods and have
placed out in trays on the Ribbon
Counter a large lot of Plain and
Fine Embroidered Goods, at
If you need goods of this kind it
will pay you to come to this sale.
We believe In the proverb of early
birds being the fortunate ones, and this
morning we give a list of new goods
that have arrived, for the benefit of our
customers who wish tomaketheiri pur
chases early in the season. Novelties are
coming in daily and we shall try to keep
our friends informed: .
Ladies' black and colored Silk Gloves at
63c a pair. .
150 dozen Ladies' Lisle Thread Gloves,
in all the latest shades, at 25c a pair.
Ladies' colored Taffeta Gloves at 38c and
50c a pair.
Ladies' fancy striped Hose at I2jc, iSc,
25c, 38c and 50c a pair.
Ladies' fine Balbriggan Hose at 25c and
38c a pair.
Ladies' latest styles Ruchings from 9c a
Fancy Silk Ribbons from 10c a yard up.
Men's Narcoosee and handsome Four-in-hands
at. 50c each.
Men's fancy striped Half Hose at 35c a
Boys' Windsor Silk Ties, fancy colors, at
1 8c each.
A full line of colored Japanese Silks for
Curtain Madras, In all the newest Bhades,
at ioc a yard.
In our Book department we have just re
ceived 2,000 copies of the famous Ar
lington Edition, including all the popu
lar works by favorite authors, bound in
cloth, at 25c a copy.
A new supply o "The Quick or The
Dead," by Amelie Rives, at'iSc a copy.
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
DANZIGER & SHOBNBERG,
MORRIS H. DANZIGER.
The Whole Town Talking of Our
Fleishman & Co.'s
NEW DEPABTMEJiT STOKES,
504,506 and 508 Market st,
STRASSBURGER & JOSEPH,
ClotWers aM Want Tailors,
161 FEDERAL ST., Allegheny.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH AVENUE.
BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
406 and 408 Wood St.
(Successors to Meyer, Arnold & Co!, Lim)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1131 Penn avenue. Tel
epbone connection. myl0-hS3-MWT
JAMES M. FOLLERTON.
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Steeet.
Undertakers and Embalraera and Livery Stables,
No. 512 Grant street, near Firth avenue.
At tbe old stand fine carriages for shopping or
parties or opera at tho most reasonable prices.
Telephone SZS. oc31-d3-wsa
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND SMILAX
A. M. 0 J. B. MURDOCH,
f 1 A SMITHFIELD ST.
OJ.U Telephone 421. de6-f4.jrwF
Including all thefancy varieties Carnations,
Lily of the Valley, Maidenhair Fern, etc.
Prices always consistent with quality.
' JOHN R. & A. MURDOCH,
Telephone 233. 60S Smithfield St.
TrlELLER'S SCOTCH JAMS-THE FINEST
l imported in one pound porcelain pots; also
jellies, marmalade and preserved fruits, war
ranted pure, In glass jars, for sale by the case
or retail. JNO. A. RENSHAW 4 CO..
ja28-W3 Liberty and Ninth sta.
-pepbesented in pittsburg in 1sci
Assets . $9071,69833.
Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
Delicioni table fruit; also a full line of
California and Delaware fresh fruits in extra
syrup, tins and class.
JHU. A. KlUMBilA W j UUi)
Rattan Baby Carriage, parasol top, only $5.
50 new pieces Statuary (imitation of Rogers')
50c to $3 50.
Tables, black walnut and oak, SI to $2.
"Wall Pockets, new styles, 50c, SI 25.
Ruby Pitchers, 15c 39c, 50c and 75o.
Ruby Tumblers, 10c each, (1 dozen.
Howell's Ammonia Water, 7c and 9c bottle.
Towel Kack, three arms, only 5c.
Ten-pin Hat Rack, only 10c
Wash Boilers, copper bottom,S9c
Wash Bench es, Mc
12-Piece Toilet Set, decorated, with jar, to.
92-Piece Decorated Dinner Set, 9 39.
56-Piece Decorated Tea Set, $3 5a
Wash Tubs, all sizes, 25c to Jl 25.
Clothes Hampers, 60c to $1 25.
Clothes Baskets, 19c to S9c
Cuspadores. assorted colors, 5c
Acme Fry Pans, 5c.
We are receivine new goods every day for
our 5c and 10c counters, which are sold for
double the money elsewhere. Call and ex
amine our stock. No trouble to show goods.
H. G. HAYDEN & CO.
The finest Meat-Flavori7ig Stock.
FXTRACT OF fl EAT.
USE IT FOR SOUPS,
Beef Tea, Sauces and Made Dishes.
Genuine only with fae-simlle of
Justus von Liebig's
SIGNATURE IN BLUE INK
Across label. .
Bold by Storekeepers, Grocers and Druecists.
LIEBIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT COXim.
lted. London. jy31-o66-WS
From this date on we will do all Fur Re
pairing, Refitting of Seal 'Garments, etc., at a
25 per cent reduction, in order to keep our
hands busy in our Fur Factory.
Remember, we are still offering the follow
ing Special Low Prices in our stock of new
seal garments, to close out the remainder; viz.:
Genuine Seal Jackets, $75.
Genuine Seal Wraps, 890.
Genuine -Seal Sacque, 38 inches
441 WOOD STREET,
SNCORPORATED 1794-THE INSURANCE
COMPANY OF THE STATE OF PENN
fLVANIA, of Philadelphia.
CashasseU S 700.101 00
Losses paid since organization 13.544,827 00
GEO. W. DEAN & CO., 101 Fourth ave.
RESTAURANTS AND HOTELS.
Rich Cut Glass
At Reduced Prices.
D. TAYLOR & CO.,
947 Liberty street.
NOTE Ladies, bargains await you.
IT'S SOUND .:.
Reliable Clothing is first
and greatest with us. We
have only that kind to show
We make the Clothing as
substantial as we can; that's
the main thing: we make it
'as valuable as good quality
and workmanship make pos
sible; and on that ground we
stand when we ask you to buy
our goods. Let the cheap
have its day, You'll wear a
Suit or Overcoat from us at
tne lowest price, witn money
saved by it, long after a cheap
quality would have gone to
P. S. So great a variety
of materials for Trousers to
order at about half price,
gives you a key to our facili
ties for serving you.
Sixth street and Penn avenue.
Our builder, with an army of workmen, will take charge of our bis
store in the next few daya Many important changes to be made in all
our departments, and new departments to be added. First and fore
most will be our. big
XmiT GOODS IDEuErTlCElsrT
HOUSE FUBNISHLNQ DEPARTMENT
POPULAR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
"Will be ENLARGED TO DOUBLE ITS FORMER SIZE. All this means
that we -will have to hustle and move goods lively out of the way of
uui uuiiuci uiiu givu mm aixjjio iuuui uu auvuuiiiou xuo
task without delay, and this is how wo are going to do it: Inaugurate a
G-IG-AITTIO FORCED SALE
And sell our goods regardless of cost or value for the next 15 days.
Startling Values will be offered
MONDAY AND THE NEXT FIFTEEN DAYS.
Startling Bargains in Muslins.
Lonsdale 3f nslin at 6&0 a yard. Chapman Muslin at 6c a yard.
Glendale Muslin at 4&c a yard, borland Muslin at 4c a yard.
Piedmont Muslin at 6c a,yard. Monroe Muslin at 6c a yard.
Allen Prints at 5c a yard. Bark Prints at 5c a yard.
Startling Bargains in Turkish Towels.
Thousands of Fine Turkish Towels at 9c, 12c, 14c.
Startling Bargains in Blankets and Comforts.
Startling Bargains in Remnants of White Goods.
100 Dozen or Perfect-flttine Corsets at 41c former price 59c.
100 Dozen fine French Women Corsets at 56c. former price 74c
100 Dozen of the well-known B. & G. Corsets to-day at 74c.
Startling Bargains in Glassware.
Thousands of Glass Tumblers at 4e each. 1
Thousands of Glass Fruit Dishes at 14c each.
Thousands of Glass Spoon Holders at 9c each.
Thousands of Individual Salts at 2c each.
Thousands of Glass Celery Holders at 16c each.
Startling Bargains in Ladies' Muslin Underwear and Aprons.
16c for Ladies' Swiss Vests.
33c now for Ladies' Vests, former price 49c
39c now for Ladies' Vests, former price 69c
29c now for Ladies' Gray Vests, former price 49c.
The Last and Most Telling Mark-Down on All Our Ladies' Wraps,
Jerseys, Misses' and Children's Coats. '
Kow Is your time to buy. Look at the Odds and Knds In Fine Hosiery, and marked away down
regardless of cost or value Look at our grand lice of Fine Embroideries and Torchon Laces.
Wednesday Morning We Place on Sale
Thousands of pairs choice and selected patterns of Lace Curtains. Wo bought them away under
the price, and will be sold at less than half tho regular price usually charged in other stores.
Make a note of this.
m&m an n-mm m Aye.
flLiii5anJ JiMilfc nri"
1 1 1 111111 Tim
Being compelled to make room for his incoming
new spring stock, consisting ot scores of car
loads of Furniture, Carpets, Curtains, Stoves,
Housefurnishing Goods, Clothing, Cloaks, etc.,
etc., has concluded to sell anything in his grand
new store, for
CASH OR CREDIT,
at considerably reduced prices. If you appre
ciate the saving of money, don't miss this sale,
as you may never again hava a like opportunity
to furnish your house or clothe your family for
as little money.
923 and 925 Penn Avenue,
Unreal ISTi -n "fclb- S1jz?ee"b-
tiTOpen Every Saturday Evening till 10 o'clock.
HE AMERICAN FIRE
Total Assets, January 1, 1SS7 52,301,853 66
EDWARDS &KENNEY, Ag'ts,
Q9 FOURTH AVE., Pittsburg, Fa.
3 Telephone 760. jal5-60-W
MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL
Repairing a specialty.
103 THIRD AVE., near Wood St..
Telephone 85L PITTSBURG, PA.
PHOTOGRAPHER, 16 SIXTH STREET.
A fine, large crayon portrait i 50; see them
before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets, S3 and
J2 50 per dozen. PROMPT DELIVERY.
inBANGST Come and see tbe LATOSCA.
Something entirely new. Also a large assort,
ment of pray switches. At MISS MARIS
LANDERS'. Artiste, No. 25 Fifth ave.,Hugns fc
Hacke buildinz. upstairs.
Take Sperbert elevator. felO-wsu
FEBRUARY 9, '89.
Ti feel 1 Offer Greater Baps than Iw Beftre. It fill te to loir Advantage to Inspect tie Foil owin
Late buyers of Furs buy now.
You will never buy as cheap again.
Bargain seekers 'we caution you to
come as soon as ppssible.
434 MARKET ST..
..Bare bargains in new importations of Table Linens English, German, Irish and Scotch productions. Good, heavy Linens at 20c,
25c and 30c. Bleached and Cream. 37Kc and 45c up the best values we have ever offered-at 50c and 60c. Fall 8-4 wide double
Damasks, 67c, $1 arid $1 25, are undoubtedly bargains. New fringed Cloths and Napkins in sets, all white and colored borders, at remarkably low prices. Napkins
and Dovlies, white and colored. Towels at 'lower prices than ever, and in ereater variety. Baw Silk Tapestry Covers. Plush Stand and Table Covers. Stamped.
Linen Splashers, Sideboard and Tray Covers. Sheetings and Pillow Casings; all widths. Feather Pillows, Bolsters and Mattresses at low prices.
PRDDCTC ftWn PIIPTA!MC-ur Carpet stock is worth your attention. Prices arelower than ean be found elsewhere for quality. Body Brussels,
uMniC I O HIlU UU II I Hi Ww Tapestry, Ingrains, 3-plys and Hall and Stair Carpets, Bus, Hats and Oil Cloths at bareain prices. Our new importations
ot Lace Uurtains are especially attractive; irom ouc up. resh designs and old tavontes, ot up to Jo a pair, are excellent values. Turcoman ana Chenille Uurtaus
and Portieres at low prices. Window Shades, plain and dado. Spring fixtures 50c. Shade Cloths at popular prices. Curtain Poles in Walnut, Hahogany, Ebony
Dl flfUtfCTC AlUn PflMirnDTO . Our special sale still going on. "White and Colored Blankets 51 a pair up. We quote two special bargains for this week,
DLHllfVLlO HUU bU III rUll 10 fi"t: An extra heavy, large "White All-wool Blanket at 53 50 a pair, regularly sold at ?5. Second: A line Saxony Wool
Blanket, in white, red and light colors, at 55 a pair, regularly sold at $7 50. Comforts, 60c up. All at mark-down prices.
nnPPf PfinnC flHn CIIITIWPC-. BO pieces 62-inchAH-Wool Tricots, regularise values, jiow 50c a vard. Thousands of yards Plain, Mixed, Striped and
UnCOO uUUUO MilU.OUlliilUO 'Plaid Suitings at 2Cc a yard, sold earlier at 50c. Best lines of 12jic and 15o Suitings ever shown anywhere. All must
go to make room for new goods. French Suit Patterns, embroidered and braided, at 510 to clear. These goods were imported to sell for $25. Broadcloths A few left
ot those UOc, 51 25 and 51 50 goods decided bargains.
Fill I I IFJPQ flF RI flPJf rnnnC--StlB as.Ca.meres Henriettas, Camel's HairCloths and Serges, Drap d' Almas, Albatross and many novelty weaves
PI flAtfC AND QTC.ClearingSalestilI going on in Ladies' Cloth Jackets, Italians, and Newmarkets, Seal Plush Coats, Wraps, Jackets and Afodjeskas,
uLUHftO HIlU OU I u Children and Hisses' Overgarments and Suits of all kinds. Special One lot ot Jackets for Hisses 6 and 8 years, only 51, were 55. Ons
lot of Newmarkets, 10 to 16, years, 1 25 to $2 50, were 56 to $10. Come early for choice.
Cll IfCBGrand bargains in our special make of Black Gros Grain Silks, 75c, 87c, 51, 51 12 and ?1 25.
OlLllO pure silk, soft finish and guaranteed to give satisfaction in wear. Colored Dress Silks, 50c up.
prices this week. .
Very superior qualities and values, 51 0 to 52 50 a yard. All
Satin de Lyon, Surahs, Armures and fancy weaves at special
WARM UNDERWEflR"ftowSkia Men'LadiM aadQhM'a
See the Bed Wool Shirts and Drawers for Hen and Ladles
NEW GOODS Advance styles Spring Dress Goods, Dress Ginghams, Scotch Zephyrs, Satines, White Goods, Huslin Underwear and Embroideries.
-WTT .T .T A ivr SEMIPI
165, 167 and 169 FEDERAL-STREET,. ALLEGHENY, PA.
Mumt f C " ' w - j jazo-ws i?amiiy urocers. j,i .j 4 s. ,