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THE PITTSBUKtf DISPATCH, 'THURSDAY;' 'EEBETTABS? ' 28, 1889.
W DEFIES THE BULL
Chairman Andrews Seizes the Ram
pant Animal by the Horns and
DEMANDS A FULL INVESTIGATION.
Pruning Appropriations for Charitable
a kecessitt foe siandal teaikins.
A One-Hill Infertile Ualateauiee oT Veterans ana
Chairman Andrews refuses to rest under
the imputation that be appropriated $15,000
which he trai to me to secure legislative
rotes. He demands that the charge, or
rumor, rather, be investigated, and a com
mittee lias been appointed for that purpose.
Itls a foregone conclusion that Mr. Andrews
FBOM X STAFF CORBESrOXDEXT.:
-'-"'Haeeisbueo, February 27. Chairman
Andrews, of the. Republican State Com
uaittee, took Taurus by the horns this morn
ling by requesting an investigation. Mr.
jBrown, of Lawrence, had his resolution, as
published in -The DisrATCU, all ready to
"unload on the House yesterday, according
to programme, but, owing to the fact that
original resolutions were not in order, and
that Eepresentative Brooks, of Philadel
phia, objected, he did not get unanimous
consent for it He wasready to do business
again this morning, but Mr. Andrews got
in ahead of him.
DEMANDED AK INVESTIGATION.
Mr. Andrews bore a copy of The Dis
patch containing Eepresentative Brown s
resolution, and the introductory remarks in
one band, while a serene but determined
expression adorned his countenance. He
read the account of the rumors in circula
tion, and then presented a resolution asking
'for the appointment of a committee to in
vestigate the matter. The request was
unanimously granted, and the House
laughed heartily as the State Chairman
read the statement of the rumor that he had
been entrusted with 60,000, but only dished
out $15,000. , The House thought it rather
The Speaker appointed on the committee
Messrs. Billingsley, Brooks, Taggart, Heim
lich, Fruit, Skinner and Smiley, and they
met this afternoon and got ready to dobusi
ness to-morrow. The investigation will re
sult in a report vindicating Chairman An
drews. As in the case of the bank bill al
legations of last session, there are only ru
mors in circulation, and these can be traced
to no responsible source.
' AX EMPHATIC DENIAL.
Chairman Andrews emphatically denies
the truth of the stories, as already stated in
The Dispatch, and says he courts the
fullest scrutiny. Under the circumstances
all that the committee can do is
to report that it is unable to find
"anything against Mr. Andrews. This
is undoubtedly what the committe will do,
"with possibly a little censure mixed in tor
' the benefit ot the correspondents who said
such rumors were in the air. The committee
- will issue a general invitation to members
of the House to step up and tell anything
they know about the matter. It may be
mentioned, merely as a guarantee of good
faith, that no one will be hurt in the rush.
' A gentleman said to-day in the House of
.representatives that Quay s private secre
tary, Frank 'Willing Leach, had brought
instructions with him when here from
'Washington to have the dressed beef bill
Chairman Henry Hall .sal when ques-ij,-
tioned, that be hadn't heard of it before. "I
talked with Leach when he was hre." be
i.j-Eaid, "and he didn't say a word about the
A Bill for the Recovery of Clio Bodies' of
rsrsan teleoham io the dispatch.i
Haebisbubg, February 27. In the Sen
ate to-day bills were read in place as fol
lows: Mr. Brown, of York Authorizing County
Commissioners topaj rewards for the arrest
and conviction of felons. This bill is intended
to enable tbe counties to secure the detection
of the fire-bugs that have been burning barns
in York county.
Mr. Hines, providing for the safety of per
sons employed in coal mines, providing for the
introduction nf the pneumatic tube system;
also authorizing the courts to require coal com
panies to recover the bodies of the dead in ex
xJosions and cave-ins at mines, intended par
ticularly to take out tbe 26 bodies in the Nanti-'
Declared to be Necessary br the Chairman
of the Commission.
FBOX A 6TAFF COEEESPOXDEXT.J
Habbisbttbg, February 27. Next week
the major part of the report of the Manual
Training Commission will have been printed
and will be laid before the Legislature. It
will cover tbe subject in a comprehensive
manner, and in two appendices will deal
.with the practical workings of manual
training in this country and Europe.
Dr. Atherton, Chairman of the commis
sion, says that the many efforts in the di
rection of manual training shows conclusive
ly that there is a need for education of this
- fSFECTAI. 7XLEGHAX TO THE DISrATCH.1
Habbisbubg, February 27. The Senate
to-day confirmed the following nominations
made bv the Governor: Mining Engineers,
S. W. Taylor, of Allegheny, and J. Sutton
"Wall, "Washington; members of the Board
,of Agriculture, Samuel E. Downing; Com
missioner of Insurance, for three vears. J.
Montgomery Forster, of Harrisburg.
. To Undo Their Hasty Action.
tTSOX A ST.UT COBBESrOKOEKT.
Haebisbubg, February 27. The Phila
delphia members and Senators held a meet
ing to-day, and resolved on the repeal of
the act passed in the hurry of the close of
the last session under which manufacturers
are liable to fine and imprisonment if they
form mutual factory insurance societies
Can Sell the Old Bnlldlnes.
rsrxcxu. teleobak to the DISrATCS.
HABBISBITEG, February 27v In the
'House to-day the act authorizing the Com
missioners of Allegheny county to sell the
"University property, and the act repealing
the act of May 10, 1871, relating to the vaca
tion of streets in Allegheny county, passed
finally with no opposition.
A Dry Decoration Day.
rsTECxu. teleoeaic to the dibfatch.!
Haebisbtoo, February 27. Among the
ills finally passed by the Senate to-day
as the one prohibiting the sale of intoxf.
atlng liquors on Decoration Day, and
nother making it a misdemeanor'for nn
uthorized persons to wear the G. A. B.
Get Tonr Ballots Bendy.
rSFZeux TZJ.ZGBAX TO THE 16rATCH.l
Habbtsbiteq. February 27. In the
House to-day tbe bill to prescribe the man
, ner ot holding the election on the prohibi
tion amendment passed finally, 130 veas to
Going to the InnHjtonuIon.
I itrrciAi. telegram to tbe disf.atch.1
Habbisbtjbo, February 27. Both
branches of the Legislsvtsre decided to-day
tfadi'oura fo-aerrow usWl aext "Wednesday
FOE AKD F0ENIKST.
A Number of Important OBlIIi Acted Upon
by Legislative Committees.
tTEOH A STAFF CORKS KWDrXT.3
Haebisbubg, February 27. The House
Judiciary General Committee favorably
recommended the following bills:
The bill to change county seats, providing
that an election for the purpose mar be or
dered on presentation to the court of a peti
tion from one-third ot tbe voters of a county.
The bill authorizing the levy of a tax not to
exceed 1 mill for the maintenance of soldiers,
sailors and marines or their wives, widows and
children, . .
The bill to authorize courts to appoint jury
The same committee negatived three bills
relating .to the Cumberland pike in "Wash
ington county, one providing for an appro
priation of $45,000; another giving the right
to enter on land to take stone, timber, etc,
and the third relating to tolls.
The Senate Judiciary General Committee
this afternoon took favorable action on
Judge Arnold's legal proceedure bill; also
on Senator Delamater's bill to take away
the independent powers of the State Lunacy
Committee and merge them in the State
Board of Chanties; also on Senator Hine's
bill to forbid mining companies selling
powder and supplies to miners, with an
amendment striking out the supplies. The
bill introduced to-day by Senator Brown, of
York, giving County Commissioners discre
tionary powers in the offering of rewards for
the arrest and conviction of felons, was also
The Senate Judiciary Special Committee
this afternoon negatived the veterinary sur
geon bill which passed the House Monday
night The same committee reported favor
ably a bill to repeal an act imposing a pen
alty for the use. other than by tbe original
bottlers, of bottles containing malt, vinous
or spirituous liquors.
(JOTTING D0WS XPNSES.
Reduced Appropriations for Charitable In
stitutions Decided Upon.
IFB05TA STAFF COBBKSrONTIENT.l
Haebisbubg, February 27. The House
Committee on Appropriations to-day beard
arguments by Captain "White, of the United
States Naval Advisory Board, and mem
bers of the Philadelphia Board of Trade, in
favor of the Philadelphia harbor improve
ments. The committee also decided on the
following appropriations: Children's Aid
Society of "Western Pennsylvania, 56,000;
Colored "Women's Home of Pittsburg,
51,000; Colored Children's Home of
Allegheny. 54,730; Pittsburg Free Dis
pensary, "$10,000; Allegheny County So
ciety for the Prevention of Cruelty1 to
Children and Aged Pepole, $4,000; Home
for the friendless of Pittsburg and Alle
gheny, 56,000; "West Penn Hospital, 61,
753 17. The request for 62,000 to -pay off
a mortgage was denied the latter institu
tion, as was also a request for $15,000 for
improvements. The Aosine Home for
Fallen "Women, a Philadelphia charity,
asked for an appropriation of 20,000, but is
given only $2,000.
Chairman Dearden says the Appropria
tions Committee has thus far pruned the ap
propriations to a point $900,000 below the
recommendations ot the State Board of
WHERE THEr f OUGHT.
The Coniederate Positions at Gettysburg to
be Accurately Marked.
ITROM A STAFF COBBESrOKDEXT.l
HABBiSBUBGFebniary 27. An informal
conference was held in the Flag room to-day
between Colonel Batcheler, the historian of
Gettysburg, and Colonel Bean and Captain
Johnson, members of the House. The sub
ject under discussion was the placing of
proper markers on the Gettysburg field to
mark accurately the various Confederate
positions. It is not designed by any means
to place monuments in the position. A
resolution will probably be introduced ask
ing Congress to take action on the subject.
Certain Classes Exempted From the Pro
visions of tbe Three. Mill Tax.
tEFEClAL TELEGRAM TO TUX DISrATCD.l
Haebisbubg, February 27. A favorable
recommendation was made to-day on the new
revenue bill with an amendment providing
that corporations, limited partnerships and
joint stock associations, chartered or organ
ized for the manufacture of iron or steel, cot
ton or woolen goods, and engaged exclusive
ly in such manufacture, shall be exempt
from the 3-mill tax on capital stock.
H0XESTI WITH MODESTY.
A Yonng Man Advertised for to Revrard
Him for a Proper Act.
ICFrCtlL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.
New York, February 27. John M.
Maris & Co., dealers in glassware, have a
lot of bank bills in their safe for an honest
young man who returned a lost draft to
them on Monday and then flew into the
street again before, tbey could thank him.
Mr. Maris said toAiay, that he received a
draft on London from some Melbourne
customer last week, and on Saturday sent it
to his broker. The draft was lost On
Monday a young man brought it back, and
left before any one realized what it all
meant A. few moments later the broker
called to announce that tbe draft was lost.
Mr. Maris advertised to-day for the young
man, offering a reward for his honesty.
The young man hadn't called for the money
A SEW NATURALIZATION LAW.
Foreign-Born Citizens Will Have to be
"Washington, February 27. To-day
Eepresentative Oates reported back the nat
uralization bill with a new section. This
section creates in the State Department at
"Washington a registration division for the
registration of all persons hereafter natural
ized, and makes such registration essential
to the validity of such naturalization.
Time to Shoot llie Dogs.
rtrECIAL TELEQBAU TO THE D1SFATCS.1
Babnesyille, 0., February 27. Peter
Hunt, a farmer, of "Wayne township, had
88 bead of fine sheep killed by dogs Sunday
A Bolted Door
Mar keep out tramps and burglars, but
not Asthma, Bronchitis, Colds, Coughs,
and Croup. The best protection against
these unwelcome intruders Is AVer's
Cherry Pectoral. "With a bottle of this
far-famed preparation at band, Throat
and Lung Troubles may be checked! and
serious Disease averted
Thomas G. Edwards, M. D., Blanco,
Texas, certifies : " Of the many prepa
rations before the public for the cure of
colds, coughs, bronchitis, and kindred
diseases, there are none, within the
range of my experience and observation,
so reliable as Ayer's Cherry Pectoral."
John Meyerv Florence, "W. Va., says :
" I have used all your medicines, and
keep them constantly in my house. I
think Ayer's Cherry Pectoral saved my
life some yeaxsjigo."
D. H. Bryant, M. D., Chicopee Falls,
Mass., writes : '' Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has proved remarkably good in croup,
ordinary colds, and whooping cough,
and-is invaluable as a family medicine."
Acer's Cherry Pectoral,
Dr. J. c. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
geldbyallSrasgifts. Mottl; six bottles, A
Blnrriago licenses Granted Yesterday.
t Richard 8. Csldirell.,, .......Pittsburg
I Emms Helms.. , TVtstElliibetB
(Samuel a Smith .... ....t... .....Pittsburg
Minnie Mllca t'lttibarg-
( John N. Mclntyre Coraopolls
Hannah V. Shannon., ...McKeesport
( Theodore School Pittsburg
J JUrle Spoerllne Pittsburg
1 Julia Llpceskr. . Pittsburg
I Henry C. Noll , Allegheny
) Katie Goldner A .Turtle Week
(PcterA.Koser , .....Pittsburg
U'hlllmlna Munnan Pittsburg
t Patrick Conley O'H&ra township
J Laura Blmon Sbarpsburg
t Charles K. Earnhardt. Sheridan
Maria Uichards Pittsburg
5 Joseph Scbmltt PltUbqrg
Frances A. Och Ptttsbnrg
I Joseph it. JLamorer Allegheny
Magdalena Simon..... Allegheny
Wm. Bender ,....,..,.. ..Allegheny
I Barbara Qehringer Allegheny
(Caleb S. Myers ..Westmoreland county
Maggie Grcenamlt Westmoreland county
(Thomas A. Dunn Pittsburg
(Bella A. Dolan Pittsburg
j Wm. Andrews Pittsburg
Katie a. Vlnger .....Pittsburg
Jacob Bchwlnn Pittsburg
I Louisa Bogler Pittsburg
(Robert W. Scott Allegheny
Harriet Wines Allecbeny
(Sebastian Josberger Pittsburg
(Thomas Welch Pittsburg
,-K.atc U. U'M&honey Pittsburg
Charles Addison Pittsburg
IMary F. Bullitt Pittsburg
(Joseph Mullen Pittsburg
IKate Parrell Pittsburg
(George H. Thomas Pittsburg
jMarytt Lewis Pittsburg
(James Qlbson ,....., Apollo
1 BertleM. Henry ; Apollo
SHIELDS GUMBEET On Tuesday even
ing, February 26, 1889, at the residence of the
bride's parents, 623 Lincoln avenue, Pittsburg,
by tbe Hev. George W. Cbalfant Mr. CHARLES
Shields and Sadie E. Gumbebt, both of the
East End, Pittsburg,
ANTHONY-On Tuesday, at 1 p. jl, Wn-L.
IAM Anthony, son of Mary and the late Ed
ward Anthony, aged 25 years.
1920 Josephine street,Southstde,on Thttbsdat,
at 2 p. x. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. 2
BENNETT On Tuesday. February 20, 1S89.
at 6J0 p. st, Thomas Q. Bennett, aged lyear
3 months and 1 day.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend the funeral from the parents' resi
dence, rear of No. 3 Kerr street, Allegheny, on
Thubsdat, at 2 o'clock p. m.
DIMMEY On "Wednesday, February 27, at
10:15 a. M., Blanch. Powell, infant daughter
of Mortimer and Clara Dimmer, aged 10 weeks.
Funeral from tbe parents' residence, No. 82
Madison avenue, Allegheny, on Thursday,
February 23, at 2 o'clock p. u.
DEBOLD On Tuesday, at 2 A. M.,in Sallna,
Kan., Maby Sherlock, wife of J. B. Debold.
FLEMING On Tuesday morning, February
26, Robebt J. Flexing, in the 49th year of
Funeral from his late lesldence, Ferrysviile
avenue, near Linden, at 2 p. M. Thubsdat,
29th inst. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. 2
GLASGOW On Wednesday, at 4 P. lL.
Anna Marie, Infant daughter of Will A, and
Lizzie (Drcnnan) Glasgow, aged 2 months and
Funeral from parents' residence, No. .163
Arch street, Allegheny, at 9 A. St. Feidat,
HELM On Tuesday evening. February 26,
1SS9, at 730 o'clock, at the residence of her son-in-law,
Mr. Charles Albrecht, No. S3 Center
street, Allegheny City, Mrs. Katheiune
Helm, aged SI years, 6 months and 22 days.
Funeral will take place on Friday after
noon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family are
invited to attend. 3
JONES At the residence of her parents,
George W. and Mary V. Jones. 113 Meadow
street. East End, February Z7, Madge E., aged
11 j ears and 8 months.
Funeral services at residence at 10 o'clock A.
m. Thursday. Interment at Ebensburg, Pa.
MATTHEWS On Wednesday. February 27,
at 5 p. m., Aknte E. Matthews, relict of the
late Joseph Matthews, in the 81st year of her
Funeral will take place from her late resi
dence, 107 Webster streetrAllegheny, on
Fbiday, March L, at 2 o'clock p. h. Friends
of the family respectfully invited to attend.
MuSGRAVE On Tuesday. February 26,
18S9, at 2:50 p. M, ALICE GRIFFITH, wife of
Thomas Musgrave, aged54 years.
Funeral services at her late residence. No. 59
Fremont street, Allegheny City, on Thurs
day, February 28, at 2 p.m. Interment pri
vate. MCCARTHY On Wednesday, February 27,
1SS9, at 530 a. jl, William McCarthy, aged
Funeral from his late residence, Harrison
street, between Forty-eighth and Forty-ninth
streets, on Friday, March L, at 8.30 a. it.
Services from St Mary's Church, Forty-sixth
street, at 9 a. St. Friends of the family re
spectfully Invited to attend.
REESE At her late residence, Berg avenue,
Twenty-seventh ward, on Tuesday evening,Feb
ruarv 26, at 12 o'clock, Annie M.. beloved wife
of William Reese, in the 39th year of her age.
Asleep in Jesus.
Funeral from her late residence on Frtday,
March 1, at 2 p.m. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend. 2
RCSCH On Tuesday, February 26. 18S9, at
630 a. m., Johanna Rusch, aged 75 years, 8
months and 12 days.
Funeral from the residence of Mrs. John
Kurz, No. "8802 Forbes street, Oakland, on
Thursday at 2 p. sr. Friends of the family
are respectfully invited to attend. 2
SLATTERY" On Wednesday, February 27,
18S9, at 1 a. H., Elizabeth Slattzry, aged 69
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend the funeral from her late residence,
289 Chartlers street, Allegheny, on Friday
morning, March 1, 1889. at 8 o'clock. Inter
ment private at a later hour.
SAMPLE At her late residence, at Bewick-
1U). . tU, uu u buuBsuaj -uutuin a t U UUCK.
-February 27, Mrs. Hannah C. Sample, aged
Funeral on Thursday afternoon at 430.
TRAYNOR At hslate residence. Wabash
avenue. Thirty-sixth ward, on Wednesday.
February 27, lfeo, at 11:30 a. St., Owen Tray
nor, aged 89 years.
Funeral services, with solemn requiem mass,
at St. James' Church on Friday at 9 a. h.
Interment at St. Phillip's Cemetery, Chartiers
WALTER In Allegheny, on Tuesdav, Feb
ruary 26, 1889, of pneumonia, E. Lizetta' Wal
ter. The remains will be taken from the home of
her brother, P. Walter, Jr., 61 Chestnut street,
Allegheny, on Thursday afternoon. Ser
vices will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church,
Stockton avenue and Arch street, at 2 o'clock.
Interment private at a later hour. " 2
JAMES ARCHIBALD & BRO.,
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES,
H7, 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below
Smithfield st next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages lor funerals, $3. Carriages for operas,
parties, ic at the lowest rates. All new car
riages. Telephone communication. my3-d60-TTS
John L. trexxeb. Paul Batter.
BAUER & TREXLEB,
Undertakers and Embalmers, Livery and Sale
Stable. No. 378 and 8S0 Beaver ave. Branch
office, 679 Preble ave Allegheny 43it;
pEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN lSd
ASSETS - $9071,69833.
Insurance Co. of North America,
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. ia20-S2-D
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OF PITTSBURG. '
Assets , (118,60187
NO. 411 WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER N1M1CK, President.
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President
fe22-26-TTS WM. P. HERBERT, Secretary.
TVTANUFACTURERS AND MERCHANTS'
1V1 INS. CO., 417 Wood street,TIttsbnre,Pa.
Capital $250,000 00
Assets January 1,1889 363,745 80
Directors Cbas. W. Batchelor, President:
John W. Cbalfant, Vice President; A E. W.
Painter, Robt, Lea, M. W. Watson, John Wil
son, Joseph Walton, Wm. G. Park, AM.Byers,
Jas. J. DonneU, Geo. E,?ainter, John Thomp
son. Wm. T. Adair, Secretary; Jas. Little, As
sistant Secretary; August Amnion, General
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Bananas, Florida Oranges, and all kinds of
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
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Hew Curtains. .
The many months of preparation
for this event, in disposing of old
stock, and in a thorough canvassing
by experienced and skilled buyers,
seeking after the latest and best
productions of cabinet shop, loom
rand designer, have culminated in
the display to which we invite you,
as an interesting exposition of cor
rect and tasteful housefurnishing,
at a moderate range of prices.
Our CARPET DEPARTMENT is
almost in despair for space to show
tbe new patterns and colorings of
all grades of Carpets, and at the
right prices, too, as demonstrated
by the fact that our sales since
January i have largely exceeded
the same period in any former year.
OITR NEW FURNITURE,
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taste may be gratified, every pocket
The new colorings of Brocatelle,
Chenille, Turcoman and Silkj were
selected to harmonize with the
latest colorings of Carpets and
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department has received large (ad
ditions in Nottingbams, Muslin
Renaissance, Colbert, Irish Point,
Egyptian, Brussels Point and other,
33 FIFTH AVENUE 33
;. Io-Day .
Another of Our Famous
House Famishing Sales
And mark what we say:
Our attractive basement will be
the scene of interested, eager and
gratified throngs. Legions of house
keepers know.what a special sale in
this department of ours means.
During such exciting times its a
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Pride of the Kitchen at 3c a cake.
Coffee Strainers at 3c each.
Perforated Pie Elates at 4c each.
Fancy Tube Cake Pans at 5c each.
Two-quart Tin Cups at 5c each.
Sink Shovels at 5 c each.
Covered Dust Pans at nc each.
Carving Knives and Forks at 21c
a pair. '
14-quart stamped Dishpans at 25c
Kitchen Meat Saws at 34c each.
Coffee Mills at 45 c each.
Painted Slop Pails at 17c each.
Painted Foot Tubs at 40c each.
Four string, No. 8, Hoyle Brooms
at 35c each.
Cocoa Door Mats, red borders, at
Five-foot Hard Wood Clothes
Horses at 86c each.
Folding Ironing Tables at $x 14
Try our 5c specialties in Coffees,
Teas, Spices, Extracts and herbs,
now sold in our House Furnishing
Fleishman & Cos
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Our new'spring and summer styles in Percale
Waists now on our shelres read; for inspection
Newest shapes in narrow and wide collars,
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Also, Waists with collars and cuffs made
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cuffs. Make your selections for tbe boys wbile
the stock is large.
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41 FIFTH AVENUE.
O. D. LEVI8. Solicitor of Patents.
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ouo a yara more wan prices
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ed, Ever Shown.
And all of the several thousand pieces of
Dress Goods, Suitings, Cashmeres,
Novelties and Paris Robes, are our own
direct importations, and many are exclu
sive styles and made to our order by the
best French, English and German manu
facturers. Prices-40cto?3. The values
at 75C ?i and 1 35, and some French
ideas or designing carried out in high
class stripes; also some side band Suit
ings at $i 35 are worth special comment.
46-inch colored Cashmeres, 65c, 75c
and 90c, as good as values generally sold
at 75c, $1 and $1 35, and also some ex
tremely fine Cashmeres at $1 35, finer
than are imported usually.
500 pieces on sale 45c, 50c, 60c, 75c,
85c, $t, $1 35 and $x 50 comprising aa
offering unsurpassed, and, as usual, will
be sold at small profits, such as have al
ways characterized our business since its
inception, and has been productive, to a
great extent, in building up our immense
Double Warp Silk Surahs 60c, value
75c; 33 and 34-inch colored Silk Surahs
85c, value Si, Over 100 shades in the
above two lots.
Blade A'rmure Eoyales,
Black Canton Crapes
Black India Silks,
Bktck Surah Silka.
Novelties in Silks, black and white,
plaid and striped Surahs. Silks and
Royales, Evening Silks, in short a Silk
Department that will pay you to visit or
consult through our mail order depart
ment, if you want the best and care to
save dollars on your purchases.
We have established a special ChalH
Department, and are showing hundreds
of pieces"cho!cest French all-wool Challls
at 50c a yard ; 60c to 75c styles and qual
ity our price 50c
American Challis, 6Jc, 8c, 18c, etc
Scotch Zephyr Ginghams and Novel
ties, 20c, 25c, 40c and 50c.
Finest French Satfnes, 35c, 30c and up
ward, largest exhibition of these goods,
surpassing anytmng tutnerto snown in
Fiench Wash Goods Department
New Wliite Goods,
Neto Dress Trimmings,
us. 117. 121
Federal Street, Allegheny.
N. a Closing out Winter Wraps,
Seals and Seal Plush Garments at prices
hat will effectually do the work within
the next few days.! New Spring Jackets,
t Wraps and, Stylish Long Garments re
Still to be bad, those double-width
Desirable lines of Plain. Miied.
in Groa Grains, Bhadames, Jlerveilleaux .ana
Tnemost complete stock ever shown, lathis
wivera m ifc cverykuiuK ux ima lints lor
Loom Iiinens, 20c, 25c and up. Bleached and
75c, 87Kc, CI and Si 25, are beauties. Cloths
Attractive bargains, 75a, $1, $1 25, $1 50 and up. Special attention called to our Curtains from
values. Curtain Poles all kinds. Window Shades and Shads Cloths, all colors, at low prices.
the past week with eaeer buvers. We
lur xjauiea wiu jilisscs uicaruig at luwcpnucs
thoseheavy Wool White Blankets, f3, down
will have our prompt and best
CXjXjI A TVE
167' and 169 FEDERAL 'STREET, ATiLTOHENY,
WITHOUT .:. A ... PRECEDENT
WITHOUT A PARALLEL
WITHOUT A PEER
Red Letter ClearingSale
No doubt thousands of yon remember and with pleasure and sat
isfaction our great and wonderful Red Letter Clearing Sale of a year
ago to-day and you wilt of course remember what a grand and phenom
enal sale it was. Well, this sale is one that will outdo our previous
efforts and attract the attention, of. every economical and cautious buyer
in the city. And for why?
WE'RE BOUND TO CLEAR OUR STORE
of the major portion of our goods- Don't yon. Icnow that our spring
goods are pouring in rapidly, case after case being hourly dumped at
our delivery doors, besides whicn we have m con templation alterations
in various parts of our store, and before the carpenters, painters, calci
miners and other workers take possession of the p ortions we intend al
tering we have heaps of goads to dispose of.
Be It a Suit, an Overcoat, a Pair of Pants, any kind of Furnish
nishing Goods or Footwear You May Want,
you cannot lay your hands on aa article or garment but what is a bar
gain. You can positively buy goods for less- money than other dealers
in this city paid for them. Comparisons are absolutely impossible. The
frantic attempts of the little fellows to duplicate our bargains cause as
and our thousands of patrons no end of amusement- It would be just
as easy to dam up the Ohio rfver with a sugar loaf.
The Goods We Offer and the Bargains We Gfve Are Nourishing
to Domestic Economy, and Will Put Two-Fold
.!. Sunshine In Many a Home. Jr
Now's the time to buy either for present or future want, so don't
hesitate, but come.right in and choose what you. like. If you only come
to look you're as welcome as though you. came to buy. Don't confound
this Bona Fide sale with the bogus ones just now so freely advertised all
over the town. You know us of old, and are fully aware that we value
our business name too highly to lend ourselves to any "fake" business.
When you come you'll find our reduced prices marked plainly in red,
while the original figures remain in black. Rememberi
In Every Department We've Made Great Reductions.
$ 0$ ft
REMOVAL SAJLlE I
Entire Stock Must be Closed Out by
April I, Regardless of Cost
Ubrary, Hall, Vase, Piano and Banquet Lamps. Dinner, Tea,,
Toilet Sets. Vases, Bric-a-Brac, Bich Cut and. Fressed. Qlaaajre.
Opposite Smithfield street. 947 LIBERTY STREET. -
If you have a house for sale, you can sell it much
quicker if you have us paper it. If you rent houses, ,
they will bring you more and rent more easily if pj
WM. H. ALLEN
WUJCiXAai TRIN3KX03, DIJJl'AGKB.
Both Cheap and Fine Decoration.
Me. L. F. BURKE, Druggiit.
Deak Sih Having suffered many years with
Bright's disease, ana trying all kinds of pre
scriptions and patent medicines, I beard of
Pratt's Aromatic Genera Gin. and tbs first bot
tle I took care me more reUef than all tbe otber
medicines put together. I can bigbly recom
Jos. Fleznine; Sola Wholesale and Retail
Agent in Pittetrarg, 81 Market street. tts
Tricots. 12 Uc. 15c. 20s and 25c: never sold
Striped and Plaid Imported Suitines. suitable
Fabrics," opening daily, 25c, 37Uc. 50b and 75c,
Eadcmir at (1 s yard.
Our special make of
Scotch Ginghams and Zephyn, 20c, 25c, 35o and
beautiful in style and labric See the
1 m T St J O 1aAX A
market and tho lowest prices.
aiiues anu juuaais.
Cream Damasks, 37Xc, 50a and 60v ara special
and Napkins in sets. Towels and Napkins
still have 500 Cloth Garments w must dispose of. and have made decisive eats iatbaI
tuau ever ueiuro uuercu m una la&r&ew '
from J5, and see the finest Saxony-WotI Blankets a?5 a pJrfdovafom $7 1& Cl
300 to 400 Market street
feg-Ttt . t-'
rE FAMOUS GUCKE-NHKIAIEK PUBS
P.ya Whisky of all ages from 8 to SB pec
THE BEST BRAJID3 OP CHAMPAGM;
Burgundy. Claret, Rhine and Moselle Wises by
case or bottle- Rich Island Madeira. Old .-
Oporto Port and Rare Amontillado Sherry for r
ins sick room. Plset, Castmon, utam.Mar
tell ana Kochelle .Brandies, iiolland urns ana
a fall stock of Cordials. Englisn Pais Ale,
Brown Stout, Ginger AIs and Pare Vinegar
for tbe table. All goods strictly pars and at
cheapest possible prices. T. ANDBXESSEX.
40 and 42 Ohio street. Allegheny. myl2-m
anYwhera for less than doable the manor:
for earlv Bnrinsr wear. 30c. 37Kc and 50c
in Cluster Plaids, Stripes. Mixtures and
Gros, Grains, from 75c to $1 50, are trortk
40c Satiaes, American productions, IB
Percales and wealth of White Good
Drawers, Night Dresses, Skirts and Corse!
values B"all 8-4 wide double Damasks
at low prices. ti
2 to 58 a pair in new designs and grand''
'- ""-Ti'Tni nTr hihw rup 'ivitmn
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