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Advanced by Dr. Evans in Behalf of
THE OKDKAXCE FINALLY PASSES
In Select Council, Without the Change of
a Single Figure,
THOUGH THE TALX WAS IXTEBESTIKG
Before the final passage of the appropria
tion ordinance in Select Council yesterday
(without the change of a figure), Dr. Evans,
of the Twenty-third ward, said he would
like to know what the $308,000 for the Bu
reau of Highways and Sewers was for, not
that he believed it too much, hut, since the
bureau system had been adopted, it was im
possible to tell from the ordinance to what
particular object the money was to be ap
plied. Chief Bigelow was sent for to ex
plain the item. Dr. Evans then asked him
for what purpose the 208,000 was to be ex
pended. In this connection' the doctor said:
I wish to say that last year the amount ap
propriated lor this bnreau was $200,000. How
that money has been expended I don't know,
but I do know that it has not been enough to
keen our streets clean nor in repair. No city
in the country is so poorly paved, nor so miser
ably dirty, as the city of Pittsburg and the
streets are dirtier now than I have ever seen
them. I would like to know if S20S.OU0 will De
enough to improve this condition of affairs and
place our streets in a half-decent condition.
Mr: Bigelow repliedf'Ju money was to be
epent where it would do !he most good. As
for the money spent in 1888, the annual re
port of the Department of Tublic "Works
would be ready in a few days, and would
ihow how every dollar of the appropriation
had been spent
Dr. Evans repeated his statement about
the filthy condition of the streets. Mr. Mc
Kce and Mr. Epping also complained of
the streets in their wards, the latter stating
that there were streets in the Sixteenth
ward that had not been cleaned in five
years, and that there was not a street in the
ward that was not in a horrible condition.
Mr. Bigelow replied that there were many
streets in the city that were clean, and that
all the important streets were cleaned as
often as practicable. The weather of this
winter had been such that it was impossible
to clean the streets with anv kind of regu
larity. "With the appropriation of 5208,000
the department would be enabled to do bet
ter at cleaning the streets this than last
year, for in that amount was included the
purchase of street supplies that would great
ly assist in the work.
Dr. Evans also raised an objection to the
appropriation of 5198,715 to the Bureau of
Water Supply and Distribution '. The
amount was not enough. The city had
pursued a very mean and narrow-minded
policy in regard to its extension of water
mpply, and many citizens were without a
supply who paid taxes and were entitled to
it- He thought 560,000 should be added to
IT INCLUDED THEM ALL.
Mr. V. A. Magee stated that the appro
priation included every petition for water
pipe extension that had been approved by
Mr. Dwycr created a sensation in Council
by making a motion to reduce the appro
priation fur the Board of Viewers from 10,
C00 to 8,000 and providing that the mem
bers of the board be paid a salary of 83,000
each, "excepting Tim O'Leary, who should
onlv be paid 51,000."
Mr. Sullivan objected to the motion and
defended Mr. O'lTeary. Mr. Dwyer insisted
on his motion and called tor the ayes and
nays. The motion was voted down and one
member hoped that the fight between the
llandall CJub and the County Democracy
would not be dragged into Council.
3Ir. Evans moved to amend the item of
street repairing, by adding 5100,000, making
the total for that appropriation 315,747 50,
40,000. of this to be devoted to repaying
Second avenue. In support of this motion,
I take the cround that last year's appropria
tion or 5240,0110 did not improve the streets of
the city; in fact, they are in worse condition
now than a year ago, and the amount provided
there will not do it this year. The streets must
be improved, sooner or later, and it might as
well be done this year as aDy other. The bill
lieforeusis unfair. In it, I uuderstand, the
Fourteenth ward alone receives S200.000 worth
of street improvements, and 25,000 is to im
prove the Wilmot street bridge. Wilmot
meet! it besins nowhere and ends nowhere;
is traversed only by cows and goats, and per
hansa dozen nersons n. ri.iv. Ttpii mn thta
Bum is to bo spent for the benefit of two or
three people, and it is a shame, when tho bal
ance of our streets, such as that prominent
thoroughfare. Second avenue, are left in an
impassable condition, to dump 5,000 into that
unknown street. lam not in favor of high
taxes, gentlemen": but I am in favor of justice
and of giving the people what they really need
when they are willing.to pay for it.
The tar levy has been cut down this year.
The appropiiations have been pruned and kept
down this year for an idea. That idea is to
create the impression to the people that it will
cost no more to conduct the city under its
A IAWIEB VINDICATED.
It. P. Kennedy, of Uniontovfn, Easily Wipe
Ont the Chnrcci Agnlnat Him.
tBrECIAL TELXO&Ut 90 TOE DISFATCH.1
TXstoktowk, March 2. The charges
against K. P. Kennedy, Esq., of the Eayette
bar, 'werehcard to-day by Judge Hazen, of
Butler) who has been holding court in this
district for the past two weeks, trying cases
that Judge Ewing here was lately of counsel
in. Judge Ewing had testified in
Mr. Kennedy's favor, and Judge Ingham,
of Greene county, the other Judge of the
district, was expected to hear the matter,
and would have done so had they gone to
him at "Wavnesburg. Mr. Kennedy wanted
to have the charge answered here, where
they had been preferred, and elected to
have Judge Hazen pass upon them to save
further delay. His friends and clients were
out in full force to-day, and as charge after
charge against him was satisfactorily ex
plained away, they could hardly be re
strained from applause.
These charges were gotten up a year aj,o
by a lawyer that Kennedy had sued for a
servant girl's wages, and made to pay
them. This lawyer got a party to swear to
them. Since the filing of the charges the
lawyer in question has been convicted of,
shooting a negro girl here, and
before sentence fled to Colorado. Ken
nedy's case would doubtless have dropped
here had he not brought it up him
self to be wiped out, as, to all appearances,
it was to-day. Only a few charges were
backed by testimony, and the witnesses
called so contradicted" themselves as to de
stroy theiorce of their evidence. Hon. "V.
H. Playford and ex-Judge Campbell made
able addresses dwelling on the malice and
jealousy back of the case. Mr. Kennedy
is a young man of abilitv, integrity and
high social position, and his apparently
easy vindication is what everybody expected.
EVICTED MEN MAKE TROUBLE.
John A. IiOcnn's Company Involved In a
Conflict With Striken.
:SrEClAL TELEGRAMS TO TUB DISPATCH.1
New Castle, March 2. The strike of
the Knights of Labor limestone quarrymen
at Carbon and Hillsville is' becoming des-
parate. Early this morning it was discov
ered that the wire cables used to haul the
trucks on the incline were cut in several
places. Two of the cables were owned by
George Johnston, and two bjr the Carbon
Limestone Company, of which John A.
Logan, Jr., is manager.
One cable was cut in four different
places. Had work been commenced before
the damage was discovered the loss ot life'
"must have been heavy. A few days since
13 writsof ejectment were served on Knights
of Labor tenants of company hodses, and
the latter paid no attention to the order to
quit. Yesterday the authorities', acting
under orders of John A. Logan, Jr., evicted
12 families, and piled their household goods
ont in the fields and roads.
"Women with babes were turned into the
rain to find shelter where best they could.
The indignation at this treatment is in
tense. Five deputy sheriffs are now guard
ing the property of the companies. An
outbreak is imminent
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THE EVIDENCE ALL IN.
A Temporary Lull In the Church Dlvorco
ISPECIAL TELEGUAM TO THE DISPATCH.l
Columbus, March 2. The testimony in
the Church divorce case concluded to-day.
The plaintiff and defendant were recalled
and examined briefly, but nothing new was
developed. The argument will be made a
week from next Monday and the decision
rendered March 18. The attorneys will be
allowed four hours on either side to make
Take one cup. Porto Itico molasses, one
half cup dark brown sugar, one-fourth cup
butter and two eggs, beat these all together;
stir into this one cup sweet milk, two tea
spoonfuls ground ginger and three even cuds
of sifted flour, having mixed thoroughly
through the dry flour onemeasure "Banner
Baking Powder;" bake in pudding or cake
pan one hour, slow oven. Serve hot with
tho Allowing hard dressing: One-fourth
pound butter beaten to a cream, add one
egg and six tablespoonfnls granulated sugar,
beaten until verylight; flavor with rum or
Popular favor is the best -criterion by
which to judge of the merits of any product.
The high standard of excellence maintained
in the manufacture of the "Banner Baking
Powder," during the past 25 years, brings
unsolicited testimony as to its superior
quality from thousands ot ladies who have
used it with success these many, many years.
This fact is very important to young mar
ried ladies who are for the first time assum
ing the duties of housekeeping and to whom
it is a-matter of no little importance to know
what are the best helps to give them success
in their new undertaking.
First then it is a self-evident fact that no
one can be happy and healthful unless they
have wholesome light bread, biscuits, rolls,
muffins, cakes, etc. Heavy, indigestible
bread and cakes cause dyspepsia, loss of
temper, and usually bring unhappiness to
the home circle. This should be avoided,
and it can be at slight cost resolve, there
fore, to use the Banner Powder, which, we
admit, is not the lowest priced powder that
von can buy, but it certainly is the very
best and cheapest, on account of its perfect
purity and the powerful leavening force it
possesses. An article that goes into the
stomach should be looke'd upon from the
standpoint of quality not price.
WIJH or WITHOUT CUSHIONS
For comfort, tho best chair ever brought to
P. C. Schoeneck,
7U LIBERTY ST;
All the latest styles in spring overcoats
and suits just received at our stores. Spring
overcoats in famous auburn meltons and
imported thibet (10), ten dollars, many of
them silk-lined; also, 120 styles of men's
suitings in cassimeres, cheviots and worsteds
at 10. The nobbiest styles in the city and
the most superb goods can now.be found at
the P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond
sts., opp. the new Court House.
Extra 100 dozen-men's fine hats at $1 25,
in our hat department. Come at once.
P. O. C. C.
Scrofula cured free of charge at 1102
Carson St., Southside.
THUMA'S DANCING ACADEMY,
No. 04 Fourth Avenue.
Third term of this academy will com
mence next week. Beginners' classes on
Tuesday, "Wednesday and Thursday even
ings. There will be "a full term of 10 weeks,
or 50 lessons, before the closing of the school.
Gold Dollars for Silver Dime.
Such an offer would seem almost incred
ulous, but you can attain almost the same
results by having your old clothes made
look like new at Dickson the Tailor, 65
Fifth ave., cor. "Wood st, second floor.
LANGENHEIM-HAY Thursday evening,
February 28, 18S9, at the residence of the bride's
parents. 25 Locust street, Allegheny, Mr. War.
J. LANOBNUEni and Miss Jake L. Hat, by
the Rev. Goettman. 2
present government than it did two years airo.
1 know what this is done for; but that's the
inference the peoule are expected to take. I
understand the situation perfectly; but the
streets are a stubborn necessity, and if their
improvement is put off for a year or two, the
work will have to be done, and will be done,
and then the heavy appropriations will come,
taxes will boom away up and the people will be
burdened with a tax that they might as well
pay now, when times are good. Twelve
mills is a low tax for a great city like this
and there are not toany cities of its size that
are taxed nearly so low; yet there is not an
other city In the country so poorly paved. Of
that 12 mills, 6J4 mills are necessary for the
fixed expenses, leaving 6 for the mainten
ance of the city. It is positively absurd to
think of running the city on such a small sum.
The city will be in a condition of vagrancy at
the end of a year.
POLITICAL FAMILY TALK.
Mr. Robertson replied and, among other
things, said he was surprised to see that the
doctor had so turned about from the position
taken by the family to which he belonged,
and he wondered that the said family did
not admit, before the election, as the doctor
had now done, that Pittsburg was the cheap
est city in the country.
Dr. Evans responded hotly that he be
longed to nobody's family, and he was re
sponsible for no street talk but what he
made use of himself.
Mr. Robertson apologized, and said he
hoped the doctor would understand that his
political, and not his social, relations were
A vote was then taken on the motion of
Dr. Evans, which was voted down. Dr.
Evans then moved that the ?25 000 appro
priated for "Wilmot street bridge be stricken
ont,and that amount be appropriated to re
paving Second avenue. Tnis was also de
feated. He then moved that ?40;000 of the
581,147 CO intended for repaying Forbes
ptreet be appropriated to repaying Second
avenue, and this was defeated.
Dr. Evans' next attack was directed to
the business tax levy, which he character
ised as an unconstitutional, lininst Tii.v
upon the enterprise of the business men of
Mr. Sorg wanted the special tax on old
East Birmingham Borough property reduced
Jrom 3 to 2 mills, that in his judgment
being sufficient at the increased valuation
of the Board of Assessors. The rate had
been 3 mills In 1888, and there had been
enough to pay the interest on the bonds
then; now the values had been raised 50 per
cent, and still the miliage was kept at the
amerate. His motion to that effect was
.defeated, as was also a motion to reduce to
The vote was then taken on the adoption
f.the ordinance as follows:
eas Messrs. Anaerson, .Barrett Bronh'
Black Goods Department.
All thenewest and most desirable fabrics
offered this spring are now shown here in
great variety. Special values in black
cashmere at 50c, 60c, 75e andjl 00 a vard.
mwpsu Hugus & Hacke.
Bemoval Sale Save 30 Per Cent on
monds and Watches,
Jewelry, clocks, etc. Avery complete stock
to select from. "Will remove April 1 from
13 Fifth avenue to 420 Smithfield st
JAS. McKee, Jeweler.
Bargains in Lace Curtains,
Our third shipment. C.OOO pairs just
opened. All 3 to 4 vds lone: urlces rantrinfr
75c to 810 a pair; cjurtain nets 34 to 56 inches
wiue, new patterns xzyic to boo a ya., at
Rosenbaum & Go's.
Blarrlaco Licenses Granted Yesterday.
JJohn Both Plttsbure
J busanna Arelt Pittsburg
1 Llizie Wolr, Allegheny
Gabriele LabelU Kraddock
J Tnrcssa Chnrazza , , Briddock
Thomas Eltrlngham Banksvllle
lilarj' A. horneleys .....Bantsvlllo
J Albert Grade AUeuhenv
1 Catharine Sch warzbaner Allegheny
iiJ;R.5eItl,J? Marshall Township.
( Katie Phlccbcl Franklin
Prank Bunli Alleehenv
I Josephine Urgeman Allegheny
JTor2on";;; Baldwin Township
Augusta Schmttt Pittsburg
$i)m,wu"fI7 Jr Pittsburg
1 Ellen Wcvlsh Pittsburg
i Augusta Koeck ..."..Pltuburl
fiS?,?;8 Werner -. Pittsburg
I ilollle iterccy Pittsburg
1 Maggie Whalcn Pittsburg
I Mary M. Conley. Pittsburg
Jfd Jackson. .....Allegheny
I Carrie Lee Mayer Allegheny
5 John Price Plttsbnrir
Jllenry Gmereud Pittsburg
tbophfkurosglass .....: Pittsburg
1 Matilda bustafron (....McKeesport
Collins, Doyle, Dwyer, Eppine, a Evans. D p'
ETtae. Frew. Gettv. Gross. HajtUtt tPJ.'
ww s: . .- . .... :-"i --S.WSU1CB.
rtei:j.iuetneiter, Lamme, jutuer, O'Toole, Paul.
fEvuis. Frew, Getty, Gross, Haslett, Holmes.
Kleinfelter. Lambie. Sillier. O'Tooliv -p,i
. JRobertson, Rohrkaste, Schulz, Bchnck, Smith!
x9or& gctlivan, Treusch, Williams, Ford 29.
4 J- WUU.
Evemtbody who has a picture to enlarge
.should bring it to Elite Gcllery and get one
of those $25 life-size crayons for $5, 516
r. Jiarket street, nttsDurg.
Is absolutely necessary In orderto have perfect
health. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the great blood
jiuriuer, quietly conquering scrofula, salt
rheum, and all other insidious enemies which
attack the blood and undermine tho health. It
also builds up the whole system, cures dyspep
sia and sick headache, and overcomes that
Thavebeen 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, ;s tho best
thing I have ever taken. 1 am now 00, and my
general health seems better than ever." HI D
Abbott, Warren, N. H.
"I have taken two bottles of Hood's Sarsapa
rilla for salt rheum and dyspepsia, with which
X was troubled very much. After taking this
medicine I am feeling as well as ever in my
life." G. W. Rose, Pottsvflle. Pa.
N. B. If you want a good medicine get
Sold by all druggists. 81; six for 85. Prepared
oply by C, I, HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mass.
JO Doses One Dollar -
BARROWS On Saturday morning, March
2, 1SS9. Mrs. Elizabeth Babbows, in the 86th
year of her age.
Notice of funeral in Monday morning papers.
BONNER On Friday morning. March 1,
1889, at 330 o'clock, Nann, wife ot James Bon
ner. Funeral from her late residence, corner For-
-ty-eighth and Center streets, on Sunday
aftkbnoon, March 8. at 2 o'clock. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend,
CLARK On Saturdav morning, March 2,
ISSQ, at 11 30 o'clock, Charles Clabe, aged 32
jciuq, x& uiuiiuia uuu iu uays.
Funeral services on Monday aftebnoojt
at 2 o'clock from the residence of his mother,
175 Forty-eighth street, city. Friends of the
family aro respectfully invited to'attend.
GAERTNER On Friday March 1, 18S9. at 2
p. H., the only, eon of Dr. Fred and Margie
Funeral from parents residence S613
PennayenuaoQ Sunday at 1:30 p. at. Inter
ment private. 2
ITZEL-On Saturday. March 2, 1SS0, at 1230
p. si., Beetha Itzel, oldest daughter of J. A.
and Wilhelmene S. Itzel (nee Behmertz), at her
parents' residence, 316 East street, Allegheny,
aged 17 years 4 months 21 days.
Funeral from the residence of her parents,
816 East street, Allegheny, on Tuesday morn
ing at 10 o'clock. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend. 2
McCORD On Saturday, March 2, 1889, at 1 A.
M., at his residence. No. 1 Dike street. Glen
wood, De, W. C. McCobd, brother of Drs. J.
P. and G.T. McCord. In his 52d year.
Friends ara respectfully invited to attend the
funeral, at 1230 p. h., Monday, tho 4th inst.
Funeral train will leave B. it O. depot, Pitts
burg, at 1 o'clock. 2
MoELWAIN On Friday, March 1, 18S9, at
3:45 P. jr., Huan O. MoELWAIN, in his 68th
Funeral services Monday, March 4, 1889, at
930 A. M.. at his late residence, No. 234 Forty
fourth street. Interment private at a later
McINTYRE On Friday, March 1, 1889, at 4
p. m., William MoIntyee, in his 78th year.
Funeral from the residence of John Conner,
Bcott township, on Monday, March 4, at a
o'clock P. at. Friends of the deceased are re
spectfully Invited to attend. 2
SMITH On Saturday, March 2, 1889, at 12:45
A. K., Maogie JL, wife of Edward B. Smith,
at Wellsville, O., aged 32 years.
Funeral from the residence of her brother-in-law,
George Kane, 29 Avery street, Allegheny,
on Sunday, March 3, 1889, at 8 o'clock p. m.
Friends of tho family are respectfully invited
SIMPSON-On Saturday. March 2, 1889, ANN
0., widow of the late John W. Simpson.
Funeral services at her late residence, 39 Tag
gart street, Allegheny City.on Monday apteb
NOONat230 o'clock. Friends of tho family
ate respectfully invited to attend.
VOITH-On Friday, March 1, 1889, at 3:18 A.
... Lulu, daughter of Andrew and Tresa Voitn,
aged 7 years and 18 days. '
Funeral from the residence pf her parents,
255Colwell street, oa Sunday. March a at 2
o'clock P. m. Friends of the family are respect-
1UUJ UlTlkCU V rtbtCiJU.
FOR A MOMENT!
Dollars . are hard to earn,
and Economy is one gate for
advancement. We desire to
call the attention of the
To our' fine Dress Kid BUT
TON BOOTS. Formerprice
$2 75, now reduced to $2,
is surely an incentive to fol
low the path we open. All
widths from AAA to E, Com
mon Sense arid Spanish Arch
430-436 MARKET ST.
Braddock House, 916 Main St
style to be the
JAMES M. FULLERTON.
UNDEKTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Stbeet.
Telephone 1151 oclS-wi'su
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OUR GREAT ADVANTAGE over all other
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Anything and everything in the above line,
many of our STOCK GOODS being our own
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Those who contemplate buying
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N. B. Odd pieces and Fancy
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BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
406 and 408 Wood St
This Week In Glassware.
Look at the Prices.
50 dor. covered glass butter dishes, only 5 cts.
39 doz. class cream pitchers, only S cts.
39 doz. glass spoon holders, only 5 cts.
129 doz. class tumblers, only 2 cts.
9 doz. Class tumblers, banded, only 3 cts.
24 doz. 8-in. fruit bowls, high foot, only 10 cts.
21 doz. bread plates, only 10 cts.
69 doz, laser.beer mugs, only 5 cts.
90 doz. vinegar bottles, assorted colors, 10 cts
to 15 cts. ,
C3 doz. earthen cusnadores. decorated. IS cts
to 31 cts, . "
21 doz. decorated China cusnadores, only 60c.
Baby Carriages. Baby Carriages.
Kattan baby carriages, parascl top, worth
58 00. only S3 00. -
60 different styles baby carnages, (8 75 to $25.
Always in Stock.
Home series novels, sold everywhere at 10 cts,,
only 8 cts.
Beautiful autotypes, 50 different subjects-, In
elegant frames, worth $5 00; our price ?i 00.
Ladies' handbags, 60 cts to 81 25.
12 piece toilet set, with jar, worth S7 50, only
56 piece decorated tea sets, only S3 SO.
Great bareains on our 6 and 10 cent counters.
Largo assortment of woodenware, tinware
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TiJ;, c ATHXv, a Prominent druggist of
Holly Springs, Miss., says: -Your pills are'
doing wonders In this State.
The sale of Tutt's Pills exceed
those of all others combined.
Hey are peculiarly adapted to malarial dis
tases. Our physicians all prescribe laein."
y OrrtCE, MUBBAY STBEKT, NSTT YOBK.
Owing to the property that
we occupy now .having to be
sold, we are forced to dispose
of all our goods before April
next. Now is your time to
buy. All -goods marked in
plain figures. No old styles,
No shoddy goods. One visit
will repay you.
A. LARGER, "
federal 8t,,AlVy,Boyle Block.
THE "LA TOSCA" IS STILL THE BAGE,
1. . ?? -JM.13 HADING'' BANG. MI6S
MARIE LANDERS, the Hair Artiste, always
leads the trade. She also keeps a flpe assort
ment of ladles "gray front pieces,'' Don't fall
to call at 2o Fifth ave., Hugus 4 Hacke building,
upstairs. Take Sperber'a elevator. mh3-vsu
QAIHEb AND ORNAMENTAL GLASS,
For Church ana Residences. Estimates and
Special Designs promptly.
About New Goods Arriving Daily in Vast Quantities at
ROSENBAUM $c CO.'S
SECOND SHIPMENT OF EMBROIDERIES
.A. BIT OF ADYIOE: Come in every
day, if it is only to look around. The new goods are displayed quicker
man we are aDie 10 aavertise mem, ana an examination ot tnem now.
will assist you'm your choice when you are ready to buy.
Nothing but the prettiest patterns of Baby Edgings and 22, 27 and
45-inch. Flouncings in Swiss and Nainsook. Better value cannot be
pffered by any other, store. They are our oyn importation, have been
bought at rock-bottom prices, and it will pay you to examine and com
pare. Prices range from 3c up to $3 a yard.
APRONS FOR LADIES. APRONS FOR CHILDREN. APR0NS-F0R NURSES
Plain Tucked Lawn Aprons, 12c; Lawn Aprons, with'lace edge, 18c
and 25c. Full lines also of finest Hemstitched and Embroidered Aprons,
45c up to $2 50. Children's and Misses' Aprons, the latest styles, sizes
4 to 12 years, 25c to $1. Every one a bargain.
JDjogss Tri -m xo.ixLgs3 LlxidjELgs.
Highest novelties in Persian Bands, flannel and cloth embroidered.
Plain and Tinsel effects, Knotted Fringes coming into favor again; Silk
Gimps and Ornaments, plain an,d tinsel mixed; Galloons and Braids, in
black and colors; New Girdles, 50c -to $1 50, choice colors; Crochet
and Bead Ornaments Steel Gimps and Sets, Ornaments to match.
Pearl Ornaments for evening dresses and a complete assortment of fine
Gilbert's Dress Linings.
Over 100 new styles Beaded, Braided and Silk Wraps just opened.
We think we have marked them low enough to please the most exacting.
Prices range from $z 75 to $25. Most of them are own importation.
The most complete and choice line ever shown in the two cities.
Our Corkscrew and Stockinette Jackets are tailor-made and perfect
fitting. They cannot fail to please you.
Remember, we do not allow any house to undersell us, while it is
our aim always to be lower than anybody else. This is the secret- of
our constantly increasing trade. We do not keep trashy goods, because
we consider them dear at any price.
NBW ADVXRTISXMKiTS. j. -,
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DADGHTEBS OF IN W
A poet has felicitously staled the months "the daughters oft!
year." Each of these daughters come to ns appropriately decked xhfjtHi
special flowers of that month. The success of. Cur Forget-Me-N6tsalS
tempts us to prepare each month a special sale to be. known by thena
of the flower characteristic of that month. ,We begin March with. -jIJ
SWEET VIOLETS. M
Everyone knows that sweet, modest little flower, that timidly peepsap
through the ice and snow to see if spring has come as if half undeciiJea
whether to come out and greet the spring or to retire again into tlfe
bosom of mother earth until warmer weather and clearer skies give sure
proof that spring has really come at last In announcing our '"jj
PRELIMINARY SPRING OPENING
THURSDAY, MARCH 7,
We are in doubt whether the day we have selected will be a cheerful
spring day or whether snow and ice will be on the programme. In th'is
tloubt we recall the violet and shall call this
OUR VIOLET OPENING
And shall use our best endeavor to make this sale a worthy companior
to our iamous Jborget-Me-Not sale. Among the many attractions foi
this occasion we have arranged to present each lady purchaser wittf
small souvenir bunch of artificial violets, We shall have a granc
2few Spring Millinery, and Ribbons.
Ifeiv, Spring Gloves, Hosiery and Underwear.
New Spring Laces and Embroideries.
Neiu Spring White Goods, Linens, Towels and Napkins.
New Spring Handkerchiefs.
New Spring Dress Trimmings, Ornaments and Buttons;
New Spring Nets and Veilings, including a full line pf the fainoui
oane uaaing veils.
New Spring Buchings, Collars and Cuffs.
.ucfv ujjimy xLyruiia unit, jixusiiih unuerwear. -
Jtew Spring Corsets and Bustles. ;'
New Spring Outfittfor Infants.
New Spring Curtain Madras.
Plain and fancy Japanese Silks, for Fancy Work. "
Neiv Spring Cloaks and Wraps.
New Spring Umbrellas.
Men's New Spring Scarfs, all the latest shades and styles, '
jsew spring soaps, Perfumeries and Toilet Articles.
. Netv Spring Notions.
New Spring Attractions in our Souse Furnishing Department
.a. new unc or jaaou uarnaaes tust received. - ?
A world of New Spring Novelties in each of our Sixty ;Xejj
XT.. -ET 1 T- J JP . -J
iiuHtu uj jcuiry xtinc tfiiu conitnuea
New Department Stores,
504-506-508 Market Street, Pittsburg,
JJSend for our Illustrated Catalogue and Price List, of foreign -aw
domestic Corsets. Mailed free to any address. J
Entire Stock Must be Closed Out In
April I, Regardless of Cost
jjtorary, Mall, Vase, Ftanq and Banquet Lamps. Dinner, Tm
Toilet Sets, Vases, Bric-a-Brae Mich Cut and Pressed GlasswarSi
Opposite Smithfield street.
947 LIBERTY STREETS
.. rrwi. .1 ,3
We offer this week 50 dozen guaranteed fast black genuine Onyx
Ladies' Hose, at 25c, worth 38c a pair. t
NEW GpODS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
514 MARKET ST. AND 27 FIFTH
.r THE LOWEST PRICED HOUSE IN PITTSBURG.
EDMUNDSON &. PERRINi
WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME COMPLHI
And will sell for Lower Prices than any other house J
m .Pennsylvania. A verv broad.bufc a true assertion
THAT CAN'T BE DENIED.
Charnber Suits, 3 pieces, for $!J 75
Parlor Suits - - - 28 00
Folding Bed. - - - - 9 25
Dry Goods and Curtains.
Cotton Carpets for - -Part
Wool Carpete for -
AlhWool Carpets for
Brussels Carpets for
We have anything and everything to furnish your, home
asJtx 03? Time arzn.exLtisl
6.35. SMITHFIELD! ST,