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If She Doesn't Let Her Alleged Mes
merizer Alone, a Jail Yawns.
IF SHE DOES, SHE FEELS AFRAID.
k Strange, Superstitions Insistence Upon
an Imaginary Evil.
UMPIRE DECEEE LOSES HIS LAWSUIT
Judge Magee had a case before him in
. the Criminal Court yesterday that was as
odd a one as has been in the court for a long
time. It was the surety of the peace case ot
Peter Keitz against Miss Christine Horn
berger, both of the Southside.
Mr. Keitz is a married man, and claims
that Miss Hornberger follows him on the
street and calls at his house at night, annoy
ing him constantly.
When Hiss Hornburger was called on
Tor her side of the case, she burst out with a
yolnme of assertions that astonished the
whole courtroom. She said that she was. 34
years of age, and knew Keitz for 18 years,
and that she has been under a magnetic
spell pnt upon her by him, all that time.
She is completely subject to his will, and he
takes possession of her when he pleases. She
can't help herself, and only wants released
from his power. After he has put his spell on
her she feels as it her whole spine had been
taken from her, and suffers terribly. She
plunged into an explanation of magnetism,
mesmerism, psychology, hipnotism, etc, eta,
and begged the Judge to release her from
Keitr's thralL She said she wouldn't believe
him on oath, that be would say or do anything,
and she wanted the Court to stop his work.
She would not listen to any remarks that it was
a hallucination she was laboring under, but
said she was as sane as anyone, but they did
not understand her.
John Robb, attorney for Mr. Keitz, said there
was only one thing to do, and that was to send
the woman to jail to cure her. He recited a
case of his own that occurred some years ago,
when a man followed him about for weeks. He
did not know him, but the man attempted to
shoot him in court one day aud was arrested.
Judge White sent him to jail, and after he was
released be never troubled him again.
Judge Magee was in a quandary, but after a
short dialogue, in which the oman did most
of the talking, he said he would try her for a
week, and if she did not let Keitz alone ho
would commit her to jail.
Clerk Long, as the woman was leaving the
courtroom, presented her with a buck-eye
which, he told her, would as long as she kept
it in her pocket prevent Keitz from exercising
his influence over her. blie waved him away,
and with a smile, said she was sane enough and
to keep the charm for himself; he needed it. Mr.
Long's little ruse was greeted with laughter by
those in the court.
The it oman was poorly dressed, but. was
withal or comely appearance, bhe is well edu
cated and intelligent on all but the idea con
nected with Keitz. The witnesses examined
said that that was the only point on which she
was not sane.
DOWN GOES DECKER,
So Fnr ns His Suit Against the National
Leucue is Concerned.
Judge Slagle yesterday filed opinions in the
3aseof Umpire Decker against the National
1-eague of Baseball Clubs for salary, on the
demurrer, filed by the defendant, to the plaint
iffs statement, and also on the motion to set
aside tho service of the writ in the suit. The
principal point in the demurrer and motion was
that the suit was improperly Lrcught, as tho
League was not a regular corporation, and the
question was raised, "What Is the League?"
Jrhe Judge, in his opinion on the motion to
t aside service of the writ, said: "If the
defendant is a corporation the service in the
case is properly made on the President and
one of the directors. It is not named as such
in the writ or statement. This would perhaps
be good grounds for demurrer, but cannot be
taken adautage of upon the motion to set
aside the service."
On the demurrer His Honor says: "The
statement in the case set out at length a cor
respondence with N E. Young, one of the de
fendants, by which the contract upon which
suit Is brought is alleged to have been made.
It is not necessary in passing upon the de
murrer to coustrue this contract, or determine
what may be the liability created by it. This
might depend upon the character of the or
ganization w hlch he professed to represent and
the extent of his power to bind it.
"The grounds of demurrerare all well taken.
If it is intended to charge the persons named
as co-partners under the name of the National
League of Baseball Clubs It should be so stated.
It is not pretended that Rodgers and Day tooK
any part in making the contract, and, unless
they are partners with Young, his action would
not bind them.
"The claim for damages is in the nature of a
tort, and can only be recovered In trespass.
The demurrer is therefore sustained."
The Judge also granted the request giving
the defendants 15 days in which to answer or
ELECTIONS TAIL TO ELECT.
Bethel nnd Baldwin Townships Trot Out
Cases lo Trove It.
A contest for the position of Justice of the
Peace of Bethel township was commenced in
the t Quarter Sessions Court yesterday. The
candidates for the position at the last election
were To. Woods and Tnomas Roach, and the
latter was declared elected by a majority of 13
votes over Woods. A petition was filed yester
day by Woods in which he asks that the elec
tion of Roach be declared null and void. He
states that Roach, while a candidate for the
position of Justice of the Peace, was also in
spector of said elections, which was illegal, as
he could not be a candidate and at the same
time act as inspector.
In the contested election of Nicholas Hogue
as Jnstlce of the Peace of Baldwin township,
Hogue yesterday filed his answer to the alle
gations of F. O. Wolf, the contestant. Hogue
itates that there were to be two vacancies to be
filed, and Wolf and Thomas McGovern were
the candidates to succeed Wolf, and that
Hogue was a candidate to sneceed himself,
saving been appointed by the Governor to fill
a vacancy until the next election, caused by
failure on his own part to file an acceptance
within 30 days after his election at the general
election in February, 18&8. AVolf, he holds,
was defeated by McGovern, his opponent, while
be was elected! He asserts that at any rate be
received a majority over Wolf, 30 of whose
rotes were illegal. He wants the court to order
the examination cf the tally sheets, ballot
boxes and registry of voters.
Monday's Trial Lists.
Common Pleas No. 1 Provost vs Maneese:
Fisher vs Dickson; Hawk vs Anderson; Orr vs
Cllshman: Edgar vs Evening Penny Press Com
pany; Knapp vs Scholl, Sr.; Schneider vs Beu
schcr; Doll vs same; Langdon vs Chartlers town
ship; Goldstrom vs Forward township; Hucken
stein A Co. vs Eberhardt d, Ober Brewing
Company; McDermott v Glass et al: Janeck vs
Shoenberger fc Co.; Williams vs McCracken et
al McCandless, Sheriff, vs McKinney; Getty fc
Co. vs Zeigler.
Common Pleas No. 2 Palmer vs Matchett &
Cat Shoenberger vs Kline; Calhoun et al
ts Leech et al; Stone et al vs McKeesport
borough; Kerr vs Elbouine; BafSnger vs
Criminal Court Commonwealth vs Perry
Bailey (2), Samuel Brady et al, Walter Bossel,
James Durkin, Mike Koclcick, Bert Campbell
et al, William, alias James Lyons (2), Thomas
Harrington, Joseph Goldberg, Thomas Dugan
etal(S), Isaac Boles.
Monday' Audit List.
Estate of Accountant
George Kelly. James H. forte.
Oliver J. Jarrls Wash. J arris.
Peter Butler Ellen Butler.
James McCaffrey Eliza McGrann.
Thomas Bevnolds Kob.rt Reynolds.
Bobert Butler Anthony Mcllnllen.
Crrus Staler. Annie staler.
erd Flack Elizabeth Flack.
EHrabe'h Emit: Peter "ft Inter.
Johanna Alurphy Mary E. enlllran.
Lines From Lecal Quarters.
John D. McKexxax was yesterday ap
pointed master inthe case of William F. Knox
against the Monongahela Navigation Company.
Jakes Morrow and J. P. Hall were yester
day appointed appraisers of the effects of H.
AdlerA Co., who have assigned to J. H. Lyttle.
Johx AL TrjERXAir yesterday filed a bill in
equity against Michael Tiernan and others,
heirs of Michael Tiernan, deceased, asking for
a partition of the estate.
A Tprmos was filed yesterday by the
Bankers and Bank Clerks' Association asking
leave to amend their charter to make the death
benefits 1,000 instead of $300.
PAri. Bhepaedson was yesterday found
guilty of embezzling SJOO belonging to Typo
graphical Union No. 7, and was recommended
to the mercy of the Court. He will be sentenced
The jury in the case of the half dozen news.
boys who were on trial for the larceny ot some
goods from Watts' store, on Wood street, went
out at 10 o'clock yesterday morning, and
were not in when court adjourned in the after
noon. In the suit of Jeff Stapley against Mrs. Mag
gie M. Scbaner, an action on a noto for $1,000, a
verdict was rendered, yesterday, for the de
fendant. Mrs. Scunner's defense was that she
bad never given the note and that it was a
A petition was filed in the Quarter Sessions
Court yesterday by the Burgess and Town
Council of Beltzhoovr-r borough, asking for the
appointment ol James Hollis and John Coch
ran aSAuditors of the borough in place of W.
B. F. Brown and George Sellers, who were
elected at the last election but resigned.
A motion for a new trial was made yester
day in the treasure trove suit of Warren
against Olrich, in which a verdict had been
rendered for Warren, giving him, the money
found on Ulrich's premises. A motion for a
new trial was also made In the Clarion county
case of J. R. Foster against W. Fi Callner and
T. 8. Wilson, on alleged forged notes.
An argument was made before Judge Magee
yesterday asking for a new trial in the equity
case of James M. Verner vs B. H. Scott and
wife for damages to a farm. The case was
tried last wetk and a verdict for 2,400 granted.
It is now claimed that the verdict submitted
was not the one agreed on 1y the jury, but
through a misapprehension of words, the ver
dict was made to read 2,100 instead of 81,400.
A decision will be rendered next week.
A decree in divorce was yesterday granted
to Mrs. Agnes K. Scott, from her husband,
J ohn K. Scott. The suit was the outgrowth of
the quarrel between Scott and Dr. Bingaman.
Decrees in divorce were also granted in the
caes of Belle E. Dailey against Joseph A.
Doiley; Sarah A. Brown against William D.
Brown; Lena Daum against John Damn, and
George W. Winn against Mary J. Winn. Judge
Slagle refused, for lack of proof, to grant a
divorce inthe case of Jessie E. Bruce against
Charles Bruce, in which cruel and barbarous
treatment was alleged.
In the habeas corpus proceedings of Darnel
McGrath against his wife, Rosella McGratb,
to bring into court'their infant child, Laura
May, an order was made yesterday, returning
the child to its mother. It was decreed, how
ever, that on every Lord's Day the child be
taken to the father's residence on Fort -third
street and left with him from 9 A. K. to 6 F. K.,
at which hour she is to be returned to her
mother. The proceedings were instituted by
McGrath to enable him to get a chance to see
A List of tho Patents Granted in the Key
tSraCUX. TEX.ECBA1I TO TBI SISPATCH.1
"Washington, March 13. The follow
ing is the list of patents issued from the
United States Patent Office for the current
week for the State of Pennsylvania, as fur
nished Milo B. Stevens & Co,, solicitors of
patents and claims, Glorer building, Wash
ington, D. C:
Bobert M. Aughcnfeaugh, Beaver, and G. E.
Ituffley, Glenfield. Pa., .magazine fire-arm; Joslah
Harrctt, Allegheny, lifting-Jack; Adain Bohn,
Mercer, pruning Implement; Ueorge W. Bown,
1'hlladt.lpliia, ath-slfter; William Burnley, north
i-ist, assignor of two-thirds to S. A. Davenport,
Erie, and C A. Hitchcock, North East, telegraph
system; John Coffin, Johnstown, apparatus for
toughening steel bars (!), toughening steel axles
(S), continuously annealing and plating wire;
James F. Collins, Allegheny, spike machine;
Ueorge II. Condict, Philadelphia, regulator
lor electrical machinery; Isaac Davis,
Oil City, twine-holder; Edward J. I)o
lan, Philadelphia, assignor by mesne as
signments to Bureau Can and Manufacturing
Company or Delaware; soldering machine. (2)
hand soldering Iron; Ueorge L. DuLaney, Phila
delphia, pneumatic railway; James J. Dunn,
Meadiille, lolding conlessiunal; James F. Elder,
Philadelphia, stock car; 'Ihomas taller, Lebanon,
lurnace filling barrow; Duncan D. Bare, Alle
gheny, shalt attachment for vehicles; John At.
llarunau, Philadelphia, blast apparatus for blast
furnaces, (I) tuyere: Frank Bebdeu, Phila
delphia, shuttle box pattern mechanism for looms
for weaving labrlcs, having end borders; Daniel
iiignam, a'miaaeipnia, aynamo-eiectrie ma
chine, (!) prevention sparking in dynamo
electric machines aud electrio motors,
(3) prevention of sparking In electric
generators and motors; (4) dynamo-electric
machine: Amos K. Horfineler, Kndolph Hunter,
Philadelphia, conductor for electric railways;
Edward Kronenberg, Philadelphia, electric gas
llghtcr; August anil H. Kumpt; Philadelphia,
artificial w reath; John E. Iee, assignor to J. E.
1am Company, ConshohoCkcn, surgical drainage
tube; Bonald F. ilcletlyand H. V. Potter, Pitts
burg, electrical appliance for stopping and start
ing elevators; George B. Merrill, Lock Haven,
brlck-drvlng apparatus- Uustavus A.MlUer, But
ler, washing machine; Tlnlus Olsen, Philadelphia,
K-stlngand recording machine; Harry T. Palste,
Westchester, electric twitch; WUllatn I. Penny
andT. Little, Pittsburg, underground electric
wire conduit; MllUam H. Phillips,
Jent-lntown, rail-bcndlng tool; Bobert
ICeach; Philadelphia, exercising apparatus;
Thomas 'W . Bees, assignor of one-hair to T. W.
bnowden and R. T. Stockman, Philadelphia,
range boiler; Michael bandruru, Gallltzln, coke
oven: Edward L. bentman, Philadelphia, motor
for railway cars; George 1". bpencer, Thompson,
boiler: Amos N. Ihomas. Phlladelnhln. m veM.
clo wheel tire, (2) wheel tire, (3) wheel tire, (4)
wheel tire, (5) wheel tire, () rim and tire ror
wheels. (7) wheel tire and fellv. m wheel tire and
felly. (9) vehicle wheel; Bobert C Tomllnson,
Allegheny, roll and pinion; Isaao Vance. Wash
ington, potato digger; ueorge Vr estlnghouse,
Jr., Pittsburg, system of electrical distribution;
Bobert J. Wilson, Pittsburg, system of and ap
paratus for heating cars: Alvlnus Wood, Ann
Arbor, Mich., tent; John H. Wundes, assignor to
E. F. Boman and W. B. Musser, Lancaster, tool
handle: Frank T. Wyckoff, Wlillamsport: auger
bit; John U. Zlnn, Gettysburg, sulky plow.
LATEB ICE CBEAM CAKE.
Two enps granulated sugar, three-fourths
cup butter, beat to a light cream, then add
1 enp corn starch, which has been stirred
into 1 cup tepid sweet milk; beat this all to
gether, adding 1 teaspoon ful extract van
illa. Stir into this the well beaten whites
of 7 eggs and 2 heaping cups of flour, hay
ing thoroughly mixed through the dry
flour ljf measures "Bannee" Baking
Powder. Bake in 3 layers.
IcrKO Take 2)4 enps granulated sugar,
half cup water; boil 3 minutes; when cool
add the whites of 3 eggs slightly beaten,
and 1 tablespoonful extract vanilla.
The "Banner" Powder is made from the
highest test (99 per cent) pure cream tartar.
It does not contain alum, .ammonia or bone
dust; therefore it stands at the head of the
list for perfect purity. Many families have
used the "Banner" Powder for 25 years.
The "Banner Becipe Book" is replete
with valuable household information for
baking tea biscuit, rolls, muffins and all
kinds of fancy cakes; instructions for roast
ing meats, fish and fowl; for preparing
French and moyannaise dressings and mak
ing all kinds of desserts. Every lady
should have one of these books.
Order a pound can with the Banner Bec
ipe Book from your grocer. If he cannot
supply the book, send your address to B. B.
Powder Co., P. O. Box 215, Pittsburg, Pa.,
and we will mail it tree.
Four Attention! Please.
Saturday was a very busy day at our itore.
"We sold men's fine tailor-made suits and
spring overcoats at $10 which could not be
manufactured for that figure. "We believe
in advertising our business by' means of
popular sales. Give the public the benefit
of bargains. Call at our store on Monday
you'll get an excellent selection of suits and
spring overcoats at $10 and $12, some high
grade ones at $15. Our latest men's suit is
the Olenmore. Don't fail to see it.
P. C. C. C., cor. Grant and Diamond sts..
opp. the new Court House.
Black Goods Department.
An elegant assortment of all the latest
spring novelties, both all wool and silk and
wool. Exclusive styles in combination pat
terns, boidure etainnes, grenadines, etc
mwfsu Hunus & Hacke.
Go to Pearson's this week for cabinet
photographs of the children. No. 96 Fifth
avenue and 43 Federal street, Allegheny.
Cash paid for old gold and silver, at
Hsuch's, No. 295 Fifth ore. wrsa
LATK mm 15 BEIEP.
A religious enthusiast at Brldgewater,
Adair county, Iowa, has been preaching and
fasting for forty days and nights, and closed bis
term ot fasting Tuesday nighl with a big sup
per. He bas created much interest and ex
citement at the place named.
A convention of nailers, representing East
ern Pennsylvania and New Jersey, was held in
Harrlsburg, Friday night. Tho general senti
ment was that the present scale of wages is not
too high, and the delegates resolved to assist
their brother nailers, who at this time are re
sisting a reduction.
Judge Daniels fined Chauncey Kerr, Hugh
J. Conuell and Lawrence Qnlnn $25 each yes
terday morning, for making a demonstration in
court when Thomas B. Kerr, the alleged New
York boodler, was acquitted. The offenders
were the brother, brother-in law and book
keeper of Kerr, respectively.
J. E. Powell, a temperance lecturer from
Missouri, died at Kentucky Junction yester
day of delirium tremens. He came here about
two weeks ago to lecture, but got drunk.
Papers on his person show that he was once
editor of tho Philadelphia Stat, and that he
resigned the assistant cashiership of the Kan
sas City Savings Bank to go on the road as a
Edgar Swan, of Lynn, paying teller of the
National City Bank, of Lynn, Mass., was before
Commissioner Hailett yesterday forenoon, at
Boston, on complaint of Bank Examiner
Gatchell, charged with being a defaulter to a
very large amount. The total amount is re
ported to be 6S.595. Of this, however, Mr.
bwan has restored to the bank 80 shares of
Thomson-Houston stock; 50 shares of the same
pledged with an equity of about 53,200; 50 shares
of Chicago, Kansas and Western Railroad
about $3,000, and additional sums bringing the
amount restored np to $33,450. Swan is 35
years old, and has hitherto bore a good charac
ter. He has a wife and two children, and bas
lived beyond his Income in the endeavor to sup
port them in style.
The Chinese Ambassador at Washington
has been notified of the disturbance that oc
curred in Milwaukee early in the week. He
has sent word through Chow Tal, the represen
tative of the Six Companies, that the Chinese
Government will insist upon full indemnifica
tion for any damage that may have buen done
to the property of Chinamen during the
disturbances. The Ambassador says that" when,
in certain Chinese cities, the American resi
dents were attacked and their buildings burned,
the Chinese Government erected new buildings
and mads complete restitution. Braced up by
this backing from the Flowery Kingdom, the
different Chinamen who sustained damage will
present their claims to the city.and in case they
are not paid will begin suit
81 Until Star 1, 1SS0. 81
12 cabinets for $1 at Elite Gallery, 516
Market street, Pittsburg, until May 1, 1889.
This powder never varies. A marvel of pur
ity, strength and wholesomeness. More eco
nomical than the ordinary Lin ds, andcann'ot
be sold in competition with the multitude of
ow est, short weight, alum or phosphate now,
ders. Sold only in cans. ROYAL JJAKINQ
POWDER CO., 106 Wall St, N. Y.
7. DIAM O 2TD, Optician,
32 Sixth. Street, IPlttsburB.
Spectacles and Eyeglasses correctly adjusted
to every defect of sight. Field and Opera
Glasses, Telescopes, Microscopes, Barometers,
ARTIFICIAL EYES made to order,
and warranted. Always on hand a
large and complete stock. ja&Vrrssu j
BOYS' LONG PANT
in sack and frock styles we
have in an endless variety
of new and handsome mate
rials, and there is a fit to our
garments that you will look
in vain for in the goods of
fered elsewhere. We will
open the season by offering
6oo strictly all-wool Cassi
mere Suits, in medium, light
and dark patterns, at $6;
also 450 very fine imported
broad wale Cheviot Suits at
the low price of 10.
In Confirmation Suits for
Easter we show a complete
assortment, and we are con
fident of saving you money
on every purchase.
Why Ayer's Sarsaparilla is
preferable to any other for
the cure of Blood Diseases.
Because no poisonous or deleterious
ingredients enter into the composition
of Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla contains only
the purest- and most effective remedial
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is prepared with
extreme care, skill, and cleanliness.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is prescribed by
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is for sale
everywhere, and recommended by all
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a medicine,
and not a beverage in disguise.
' Ayer's Sarsaparilla never fails to
effect a cure, when persistently used,
according to directions.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a highly con
centrated extract, and therefore the
most economical Blood Medicine In the
Ayer's Sarsaparilla has had a suc
cessful career of nearly half a century,
and was never so popular as at present.
Thousands of testimonials are on
file from those benefited by the use of
Dr. J. "C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mast
Price fl; six bottles, $5. Worth $5 a bottle.
TTTT in '"fW
ONLY TWO MORE WEEKS.
Goods going rapidly. Special
Sale this week of
comprising Folding and Decorating
Fans, Lanterns, Parasols, Mats,
Scrolls, Screens, Grate Fans, etc.
J, A. ROBINSON, Auctioneer.
10 SIXTH STREET,
NEAR SUSPENSION BRIDGE.
Morphine sad WhUbr Habit pain
lessly cured. Treatment taut on trial
free. Confidentially address II. L.
JUiAiLUi, Bee., iMisi unyttu, las.
O. D. LEVIS. Solicitor of Patents.
131 Fifth avenue, above Smithfleld, next Leader
office. (No delay. Established 20 years.
WILL BE FOUND ON EXHIBITION THIS WEEK
KAUFMANNS' GRAND SPRING
BOYS' SHORT PANT
- A most bewildering profusion of new
styles made of Cassimeres, Worsteds,
Cheviots, Jerseys, Stockinettes, Flan
nels, Tricots, Velvets, etc. Our open
ing bargains will be 750 Boys' hand
some silk mixed Cassimere Suits at $y,
also 525 fine imported Corkscrew Wor
sted Suits at 5. Stylish Caps to match
with these suits- Sizes range from 4 to
Mothers, we'll- expect you at our
Grand Spring Opening this week.
QUITE ENGLISH, YOU-KNOW!
Whatever is English in hats has always been
accepted as the swell and correct thing by the
stylish dressers of the Union in general, and by
the younz men ot Pittsburg in particular.
Ruben, ever on the alert to please his host
of friends, introduces for the Spring, 1889, the
real Simon pure article, the same being
directlv Imported by ns from the English man
ufacturer. We retail them at ti, which is ex
actly SI less than other dealers demand. For
the accommodation of those who want the cor
rect style at a lower price, we have had the hat
duplicated at our Bethel factory, and quote it
at the following prices: 31 90. $2 20, 2 40. 2 00,
Tho Hatter and Furnisher,
421 AND 423 SMlTHJb'IELD ST.
Come and See!
Only a few days more and we'll tell you
of our new protect. In the meantime all
goods are slaughtered.
THEY ARE IN THE WAY!
OVERCOATS, SUITS, PANTS,
HATS, FURNISHINGS, BOYS' SPITS,
LADIES' CLOAKS and WRAPS,
Will go for whatever will induce .you to
BUY AT ONCE.
SALLER & CO.,
Corner Diamond and Smitlifield Streets.
The Most Complete
Stock in the city.
BED ROCK. PRICES.
We also manufacture this
STEVENS CHAIR CO.
No. 3 SIXTH ST..
Jald-Su PITTSBURG, PA
NEW. IN BOYS' CLOTHING
If you're interested in Boys' Clothing, call at our store
this week and see the preparations we have made to please
you. If you're in quest of the Beautiful, the Stylish, the
Durable, the Cheap, you can't help but be most favorably
impressed. Describe any fashionable style, ask for any
reliable quality, name any price for either kilt, short or
long pant Suits, single Pants or Shirt Waists, and we can
show it. Ours is the Banner stock of the country ours
are the bottom prices of the world. On these two facts
we base our claim 'for your patronage.
spring iTLTTprPQ for the
JPENING T-LX? lO BOYS.
THE LATEST MUSICAL WONDER OF THE AGE
THE CELEBEATED CALLIOPE,
affording ten distinct, sweet, mellow tones, in perfect imita
tion of a piccolo or flageolet, and can be played with
ease, after a shqrt practice, will be presented with every
Boy's or Child's Suit during our Grand Opening Sale this
week. If you like fun and musicboys, get one of these
calliopes free of charge. , '
FIFTH: jVIEltf TTE
IN OUR POPULAR BRAND
Will be found a combination not
always to be bad.
A Fine Quality of PLUG- TOBAC
CO at a Reasonable Price.
Look for the red Htin tag on
If yon are looking for a
DON'T FAIL TO GIVE
A FAIR TRIAL.
Ask your dealer for it Don't take any other
JNO. FINZER & BROS.,
WM. GRABO WSKT
Our spring styles of LADIES' STRAW
HATS are ready. The styles shown will meet
the demands of our many friends and custom
ers. Our good work has established our rep
utation as first-class and tasty Hatters.
We will renovate your old fashioned Hat to
any of our new spring styles, by our new
electric process, renderingthe Hats as cood as
new In every respect. Bring your Hat or
Bonnet now. do not wait for the usual rush.
The leading styles are all in.
Always get your work done at the reliable
old business stand of
707 Penn avenue, opp. Penn Building.
No. 50 FIFTH AVENUE,
Neas Wood Stbeet.
Telephone No. 1688. f el9-srrwTy3uwk
"WAITERJ. OSBOBNE. RlCHABD JBABBOW3.
BARROWS A OSBORNE
90 Diamond street
Telephone No. 812
THE SUPPORT OF THE MASSES
Is what we are. striving for in our endeavor to please the public We
have the reputation, and a deserving one at that, of being
The Lowest Priced House in Pittsburg. -
Selling the Best Goods for the Least Money.
Making the Easiest Terms for Our Patrons.--Being'the
Squarest installment House in the World.
SEE WHAT WE ARE DOING THIS WEEK:
$22 is Our Price; 7 Pieces the Quantity; $7 Down
$1 per week for balance.
See our $18 Chamber Suit. See our $28 Parlor Suit. See our
25 Yards Carpet for $10.
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HOUSEHOLD CREDIT CO.
405 "Wood S-biree-b.,
ACKNOWLEDGED CHAMPIONS OF LOW PRICES.
Be sure you remember the number, 405, and when in the store ask
to see the goods advertised. We oan always show them.
PHOTOGRAPHER, 18 SIXTH STREETS
A fine, large crayon portrait S3 fiu; see them
before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets, $3 and
12 50 per dozen. PROMPT DEUVERY.
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Our assortment, the only complete
one in the city, comprises all the lovely
French novelties as well as every novel
American design. It's the most charm
ing array of Juvenile Clothing ever
brought to this city.
Our opening bargains will be 350
handsome one-piece Kill Suits, all-wool
materials, at $2 75, and 225 magnificent
Parisian style, two-piece Kilt Suits at
only 4 50. They are two beauties;
all mothers should see them.
AMBUEG-AMEK1CAN PACKET CO.
The new twin-screw express steamer
Of 10,000 tons ana 12,500 horsepower, will Iear
JJew York lor
SOUTHAMPTON A.NO HAJIBUEG,
jiny in ana June a).
General Patsenger Agents,
61'Broadwar, New York.
VS SmlthnelU St., i'lttsturg. Pa.
The celebrated Star and
other popular brands are
here in French Percales,
Cheviots, etc., and in a per
fect galaxy of new and nobby
patterns and designs. Special
attention is called to our big
opening bargain line of 74c
Star Waists. You can't du
plicate them anywhere be
low $ 1 25.-
for Boys and Children, in an
almost endless variety; prices
from ioc up to 50c
and Caps to match Suits
the very latest conceits and
We guarantee every paiiCi
' solid leather, and the prices -.
the lowest. ?
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