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THE HTTSBTOiG- DISPATCH, FETDAT, MAKCH 39, 1889.
A TERY CUTE SCHEME
To Have the'Street Railway -Measure
Considered by a Fall House.
ROAD LAWS ARE TO BE REVISED.
The Teterans Employment Bill Declared
SO OLIVE BRANCH TOE SAMUEL LOSCH
rrr.OMJl STAFF COBSESPOXDXXT.
Haerisbubg, March 28. Mr. Magee
left Harrisburg to-day for Pittsburg. He
wore a serene countenance and an undimmed
smile. Next week he will return, and then
the dogs of war will be let loose.
This morning Mr. Talbot, of Chester
county, offered a resolution that when the
House adjourned to-morrow it be to meet on
Tuesday evening. There were no objections
to the offering of the resolution, and it went
through as though its pathway had been
greased. The Quay men esteemed it a
Mr. Magee's resolution to place Senate
bill No. 70 on the House calendar will -be
offered, if the programme is carried out, to
morrow. Under the rules it will hare to go
over for one legislative day. This would bring
it before the House Monday. Adjournment
until Tuesday wonld, under the rules, throw it
over until Friday.
The Quay men considered the delay a bis
ptint gained against Magee, but another view
of the matter ere long presented itself.' Mon
day night, as is well known, the attendance Is
very small. -and Mr. Magee would probably
have more difficulty then than at any other
time in getting the necessary 103 votes to place
his bill on the calendar. On Friday It will be
different, though Friday is not as good as some
other day. More members will be here, even if
it is the last session of the week, and it will be
much easier to hold the members than to
bring them back in time to vote.
These considerations make the Magee men
happier than they would otherwise be, and
there be those who hint that Mr. Mafree worked
the adjournment scheme himself.
Collector Bigler also went home to Pittsburg
to-day. As a result of his visit here it is un
derstood the Democrats will for the most part
vote with Magee. '-Quay is probably just as
good a friend of the Democracy as Mr. Magee
is," said one, "but it is good politics for us to
join with the under dog every time." It is ex
pected that Mr. Lafferty will make the motion
to place the bill on the calendar. Simpsox.
LOSCH IS AKGEI.
HI Fet BUI Defeated Because He Asramed
rXBOK A STAIT COKEESrOXDEJTT.
Habbisbcrg, March 2S. Sam Losch, of
Schuylkill county, ex-Chief Clerk of the
House, who came here to oppose the new
county bill, is very angry. He expected to de
feat the bill, and claims to have had the prom
ise of State Chairman Andrews that the latter
would keep his hands off. The latter, however,
turned in and pulled the bill through, with just
one vote to spare. In justification he later ex
plained to Mr. Losch that he had to do it be
cause there was so much talk that Sam Losch
was going to defeat the measure. Mr. An
drews thought it only right under the circum
stances to show that Mr. Losch t as not run
ning the Legislature.
The latter expects, however, to defeat the
bill in the Senate, and in addition may turn in
and lend any influence be has to Mr. Magee in
his fight. Mr. Losch feels that at best he owes
nothing to Colonel Quay. He supported Harry
Oliver for delegate at large in the last State
convention, in opposition to If. P. Reed, and
for that reason, be and his friends believe, was
dropped from the chief clerkship of the House.
Had he been permitted to defeat the new
County bill he might have esteemed it an olive
branch and consented to let bygones be by
gones, but just now ho is not feeling that way.
The Quay forces, on Jiheir part, probably saw
something to be gained in passing the bill or it
would not hare been done. .
AX VSCOXSTITUTIOXAL EEASTJKE.
The Veterans' Employment Bill Will Have
to be Amended.
tTFtOX A STAIT CORUESrOITDEXT.
Habrisbtjkg, March 23. The bill providing
that preference be given soldiers, sailors and
marines of the late war in public employment,
was withdrawn from the Governor to-day by
the concurrent resolution introduced in the
House by Mr. Stewart. It had been learned
that the Governor raised the objection that the
section of the lull making it a misdemeanor to
discharge a veteran without a hearing was an
unconstitutional interference with the right of
a public officer, and the Governor and the
friends of the measure In the Legislature
thought it best to make an effort to amend it so
as to make it unobjectionable.
After the return of the bill to the House it
was recommitted to the committee on military
affairs, and may die there.
JIOXET FOE HOME CHARITIES.
Bit Appropriations Passed br the Lcrfsin
tnrc for Allegheny Comity limitations.
SPECIAL TXLEaru.lI TO TUX DISPATCH.I
Habbisbukg, March 2S. Among the ap
propriation bills passed by the House to-day
were the following:
One thousand dollars to the Home of Aged
Colored Women, in Pittsburg: $10,000 to the
Pittsburg Free Dispensary; 81,000 to the Alle
gheny County Association for the Prevention
of Cruelty to Children and Aged Persons: 54,700
to the Home for Colored Children, Allegheny:
J6LO0O to the West Penn Hospital, Pittsburg.
To RcTise the Road Laws.
FROM A STAIT CORRESPONDENT.
Harbisbcrg, March 28. Representative
Foight, of Westmoreland, will to-morrow in
troduce a resolution authorizing the Governor
to appoint a commission to revise and
consolidate the laws relating to roads and
highways. It will provide that the commission
shall consist of three Senators and five Repre
sentatives, who shall sit during the recess and
report to the next session of the Legislature by
bill or otherwise.
t The Soldiers Orphans Bill Passed,
IFROM A STAFT CORRERPOXDEICT.l
Haerisbubg. March 28. The soldiers' or
phans' bill passed the House this afternoon. In
spite of Mr. Wherry's objection that there was
nothing in the measure to prevent the intro
duction of more children into the schools.
Messrs. Stewart, Billingsley, Walk and Kauff
raan held that the objection was met by exist
Caring for the Orphans.
tTROX A STAFF CORRESPONDED.:
Harrisburg, March 23. The House Com
mittee on Appropriations to-night decided to
report in favor of appropriating J4S0.O0O for
maintenance and education of soldiers' or
phans for the two years ending June i 1891,
with a proviso that none of the money shonld
be applied to the care of children of soldiers
who are not now in the orphan schools.
Hon. Henry Hall III.
ITE01I A STAFF CORRESPONDENT.
HABBISBUBG, March 28. Hon. Henry Hall,
Chairman of the House Judiciary General
Committee, was'saken seriously III this after
noon and for a time was Jn a dangerous condi
tion. The labors of the session have been very
exhaustive. Mr. Hall's malady is palpitation
of the heart, brought on by overwork.
Will be Reconsidered.
rFROM A STAFF CORRESPONDENT.! .
HaebisbubG, March 28. Mr. Fletcher's
electric light company charter bill was brought
up again to-day by Messrs. Brooks and Riter, of
Philadelphia, who moved the reconsideration
of the vote by which it was defeated. This was
done, and further consideration of the meas
ure was then postponed for the present.
A Cowardly Poltroon.
ISPECtAI, TELEGRAM TO THE DISFATCR.l
Haerisbtjeq, March 28. At the session of
the House this afternoon, Mr. Council, of
Philadelphia, offered a resolution which was
adopted, brooding G. A. Annes, who assaulted
governor Bearer at Washington, as a cowardly
Addressed by John "orri.
rFEOM X ETATF CORRESPONDENT.
' TT AT1?TCT,TT..H II l as m. A-.. .It. t t
a&atioa bill was consideredjin the Judiciary
SKjGcneral Committee tin. r.r,r, .rnhn Kni-rU
CAMERON ffO L0NGEB.
The Daughter orPennsylrania's Senior Sen
ator Led to the Altar End of a Case
of Love at Slr Sight
A Tonr to Europe.
ISrECTJU. TELEGRAM TO THE DISrATCII.l
Habbisbueg, March 2S, The marriage of
Miss Margaretta Cameron, the fourth daughter
of Senator Cameron, In this city to-day,
with John 'William Clark, of Newark, N.
J., was a brilliant society event A conspicu
ous figure in the assembly was the stately and
vivacious General Cameron, the bride's grand
father, who celebrated the ninetieth anniver
sary of his birth on the 8th instant. Governor
Beaver, none the worst for the thrilling experi
ence he had at Washington yesterday, also con
tributed his presence to the wedding scene.
Senator and Mrs. Cameron and the father and
mother of the groom, and many relatives com
pleted the group of people who witnessed the
marriage ofthe young couple.
Mrs. Margaretta Cameron Clark.
At high noon the orchestra began the open
ing strains of Chopin's Wedding March, and
soon after Senator Cameron appeared, with the
bride leaning on his arm. preparatory to giving
her in marriage. After the groom bad placed
a ring on the finger of the bride, and the offi
ciating clergyman had pronounced them man
and wife, the orchestra struck up the Men
delssohn March, and the relatives and others
began extending their congratulations.
The reception continued for two hours, dur
ing which time hundreds of friends called on
This afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Clark, accom
panied by a number of their friends, left tn a
special car for Newport, where they will re
main for a week, when they propose taking a
trip to Europe to spend the summer among the
hills of Scotland, viewing the manv places of
interest with which tnanamesof the Camerons
and Ciarks are associated.
John William Clark Is the junior partner of
the great thread-making firm at Newark, and
also has a large interest in a similar manufacto
ry at Paisley, Scotland. He is reputed to be
an estimable young man, possessing excellent
business qualifications and other commendable
traits. He first met his bride in the West In
dies, while on a cruise with his parents and a
number of guests, among whom was Miss Mar
garetta Cameron. It was a case of love at first
sight, which grew in intensity until it culmi
nated in the wedding of to-day. Mr. Clark is
only 23 years old, while his wife is three years
his junior. She is tall and stately, and pos
sesses all the graces of a qneenly woman. Her
education has been liberal, and she is adorned
with all the elements of domesticity character
istic of the Cameron family.
THE PAINTERS DEMANDS.
No Strike of the Trade Likely to Occur
The master painters of Allegheny county
held a meeting at their hall, on Fourth ave
nue, yesterday afternoon. Secretary L. E.
Haid presented his resignation, but the associ
ation declined to accept it. As already stated,
Mr. Haid was one of the first to attempt to en
force the grading scale, but as the organization
did not stand by him, he decided to leave.
Mr. Haid was seen by a reporter for this
paper at the close of the meeting, and said:
"They would not accept my resignation, and I
noticed that the members of the organization
who wonld not enforce the grading scale were
absent from the meeting. Nothing further will
be done until the close of the spring season.
We may then insist on the grading system de
cided upon at the last meeting.
COAL MEN REORGANIZE.
Officers Are Elected and Plans Are Ar
ranged for Another Tear.
The Pittsburg Railroad Coal Association
met yesterday and reorganized for another
year by electing the following officers:
President, T. Burr .Bobbins; Vice Presi
dent, George V. Schlenderberg; Secretary, J.
. TJmbstatter; Treasurer, John George.
Several changes were made in the constitu
tion, and it is believed that coal operators who
are not in the organization will join. The as
sociation is on a firmer basis than it was last
year. The selling price of coal will be fixed at
the next meeting, and will not be rednced.
THE GLASS TRADE.
Window Glass Is Picking Up bat the
Chimney Trade Is Dull.
The weekly report of the glass trade shows
a better condition of affairs than last week.
There are 1,100 window glass pots in opera
tion and only 206 are idle. This shows an in
crease In operating pots compared with last
week. Mr. Isaac Cline reports that the glass
trade is good.
The Beaver Falls window house have to buy
glass to fill their orders. Macbeth fc Co. have
laid off one-third of their men owing to a dull
ness in trade.
The Ft. Pitt Foundry in Operation?
Mcintosh fc Hemphill put a large force of
men to work cleaning up the wreck after the
fire on Wednesday morning and progressed so
rapidly that yesterday they were able to start
up their lsrge moulding and foundry shops.
A new lino of natural gas pipe was laid and the
boilers were started so that work was going on
yesterday almost as it nothing had happened.
No Trouble nt Dnqncsnc.
The report that the Allegheny Bessemer stee
plant at Duquesne is idle owing to the strike
of the men is pronounced incorrect at the of
fine of the company in this city. It was stated
that wages had been reduced and that all but
two of the men had quit work. The fact that
the mill Is in lull operation disproves
A PATENT DECIDED.
After Hanging FIro for Five Tears a Deci
sion Was Rendered.
An interference case over a patent on a
method of attaching filaments of incandes
cent lamps to the platinum wires was de
cided in the patent office yesterday, which is of
great importance in the incandescent lamp
The suit has been pending in the Patent
Office for the last five years, and it arose from
the tact that Mr. E. A. Weston, of the United
States Electric Company, and Mr. Thomas A.
Edison applied for a patent on that invention
about the same time.
The decision rendered yesterday holds that
Mr. Weston should have the patent Granted on
account of prior Invention and application for
Now is the Time
To purify your blood and fortify your system
against the debilitating effectB of spring
weather. At no other season is the bitter taste
in the mouth more prominent, the breath so of
fensive, the drowsy dizziness so frequent, or
that extreme tired feeling so prevalent. Hood's
Sarsaparilla is just the medicine to build up
the system, purify the blood, cure biliousness
and headache, overcome that tired feeling and
create a good appetite. Try it this spring.
"I wish to enroll my name as one of those who
have derived health from the use of Hood's
Sarsaparilla. For many years I have taken it,
especially In the early spring, when I am
troubled with dizziness, dullness, unpleasant
taste In my mouth In .the morning. It removes
this bad taste, relieves my headache and makes
me feel greatly refreshed. The two bottles I
have used this spring have been worth a dollar
a dose. I advise all my friends to take it,'
John BinxS, 663 -13d Street, town of Lake,
Sold by all druggists. $1; six for 5. Prepared
only byC.LHOOD & CO, Lowell, Mass. ,
100'Doses One Dollar
.Jlarrlage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
Hugh lourd...... Penn township
Ids E. BUncb&rd ... renn township
! Charles H. Blanchard Venn township
LiHle A. Yourd l'enu township
I Thomas Henry., Benola
cWm.A. Brown Pittsburg
Mary Kalbacfc a'lttsburg
.George A. Ackerly ; Homewood
Harry J. Byerly Pittsburg
(JtettieL. Abbott -...Pittsburg
C Bryant A. Ward 8hrpsburg
I Christina Schlmmcl Pittsburg
( Benjamin J. Work , .McKeesport
JKosaC Smith McKeesport
J Kobcrt Brown Homewootl
1 Betty Itanudcn , Penn township
i Kmory Shields Allegheny
I Magjrle Q. Kectlcr Waynesboro
J Percy r. Goldlng Chartlers township
J Lizzies. Kelt.... ..Chartlers township
f.lohnH. King Harrison township
Bachael Sticker Harrison township
(Julius BrodengeTer Pittsburg
J Hermlna Kulbskorf ...Pittsburg
I Alexander . I'aden Pittsburg
I Edna P. Kelsjr Pittsburg
J Alex. McD. 8. Kerr Westmoreland county
Margaret Torrance Westmoreland county
IWm. Beir Allegheny
JAnna Vlerllng Allegheny
(Thomas W. Uowness T... McKeesport
J Elizabeth Varty McKeesport
(WlnfleldS. Emrlct Oikmont borough
( Lizzie M. Knell Verona borough
( Henry L. Josenhalls Allegheny
( Wm. Sellers Mifflin township
1 Hannah Leadbcater Mifflin township
(bamuel Adams Pittsburg
Mary Glover Allegheny
( Benjamin Wood Pittsburg
( JohnH. Brown Wheeling, W. Va
I Minnie Johnston Allegheny
( Wm. L. Henscl..-. Allegheny
1 Eliza Anna Probst Allegheny
I Henry Prase Allegheny
Kosa Weber Allegheny
J James S. Connell Chartlers township
3 Mary A. Sharp Allegheny
CpLUMBUS discovered America, but who
discovered Columbus? I do not know,
but what I do know is that I discovered the
"Belle" Jane Hading Veiling at a dry
goods store, 75c a yard.
Furniture and Carpet IIousc, Liberty Slrect,
Corner Sixth Avenue.
Furniture and carpet buyers are most
cordially invited to see our mammoth house
and most excellent stock of reliable make of
furniture and carpets, which we guarantee
to sell at fully 20 per cent below regular
orices this spring.
Hen by Beeoee,
642 and 644 Liberty street, corner Sixth
You can't get the good of your electric
light unless you have proper shades or
globes. The most complete assortment and
newest designs are to be found at Craig
head's Lamp Store, 61S Smithfield st. D
, - -'
The difficulty of getting a black dress that
will look really new and different is easily
obviated by a "glimpse at our new spring
and summer novelties, styles the very new
est and prices as reasonable as ever.
MWFSU HUGUS & HACKE.
J list for Saturday.
On Saturday we will sell men's $2 SO
pants for $1 75 and $3 50 pants for $3; $22
spring overcoats for $18, and $6, $7. 58, $10
and $12 spring overcoats that can't be
equaled by any house in the city. Special
bargains in suits for man and boy at the
Hub, and every boy gets a fine ball and bat.
You find nothing but the best at the Hub.
Clothing for men" and boys at the Boston
Clothing House, 439 Smithfield street.
Ladles' Jackets, Ladles' Jackets.
The best line of jackets we have yet
shown, plain and braided. All prices from
$5 to $20 each. A choice line of the new di
rectoire coats just received.
irvvrsu Hugtjs & Hacke.
Pine watch repairing, lowest prices, at
Hauch's, No. 295 Fifth aye. WFSu
Dr. Sophy B. Feltwell, Dentist.
On and 'after April 1, office, room 407
McNALLY ACHESON March 2S, 18S9. by
Rev. E. M Wood,D. D. Mr. Thomas Mo
Sallt and Miss Abciixa Achesos, All
BAILEY On Wednesday, March 27, 1SS9, at
11 A. M.. Mast, widow of the late Samuel
Bailey, in the 73d year of her age.
Funeral Fbiday afternoon at 230 o'clock
from her late residence. No. 190 Sandusky
street, Allegheny City. Private interment. 2
BATSCH On Thursday, March 28, 1889, at 12
o'clock noon, Henry S., son of William and
Sarah K. Batsch, aged 3 years and 2 months.
Funeral notice hereafter.
COLMER At t-30 o'clock P. M., March 28.
1889. William Coljikr, at his home, Avalon
station. P.. Ft. W. & C. R. R.
Fnneral services on Friday evening at
7:45. Friends of the family are invited to at
tend. EBBERT In Philadelphia, March 28. 1883, at
4jl.ii., Rev. John H. Ebbert, formerly of
Pittsburg, In the 81st year of his age.
Funeral services from the residence of Mrs.
William Little, No. 186 Fayette street, Alle
gheny City, Saturday afternoon at 3
o'clock. Interment private. 2
HARDY On Thursday evening, March 28.
1889. at 4:10, Nettie, daughter of Edward
Hardy, aged 4 years 10 months.
Funeral from residence of parents. No. 2
Samples alley, Allegheny, on Saturday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend.
JTJNGK At West Penn Hospital, on Thurs
day, March 28, 1889. at 1 o'clock a. m., Charles
Jungk, aged 56 years.
Funeral from the residence of P. Le Goullon,
at Forty-seventh street, Pittsburg, at 2 p. it.
ROSS-On Tuesday, March 26, 18S9, at 11
p. il. at the family residence. Nolo, Indiana
county, Pa., David Ross, in his 87th year.
Fnneral services at the residence of his son,
John Ross, No. 510. Lincoln avenue. Twenty
first ward, this (Friday) afternoon at 1
o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attentt.
VAN EMON At residence of his son-in-law,
David Rowland. Pine Township. Armstrong
county. Pa., Geoboe Van Emon, aged 83
Notice of funeral hereafter.
WOLFF On Tuesday evening, March 26,
1889, at 8 o'clock, Jacob Wolff, son of the
late Frank Wolff, at the age of 37 years, 6
months and 19 days.
Funeral to take place on Friday at 8 o'clock,
from his father's residence, NewBrighton road.
Eleventh ward, Allegheny City. Friends of
the family are respectfully Invited to attend. 2
JAMES M FULLERTON.
i No. 6 Seventh Street.
Telephone 1153. oclS-WTSu
(Successors to Meyer. Arnold fc Co., Lim,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, U34 Penn avenue. Tel
ephone connection. mylO-h53-3twF
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND SMILAX
A. M. C J. B. MURDOCH,
CI f OiUXAiir'AXAXv x.
Get our illustrated 66-page spring catalogue
of Seeds, Trees, Plants, Flowers arid Garden
JOHN B. & A. MTJRDOOH,
Telephone 239. 08 Smithfield St.
pEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG-IN ISO,
assets . $9jtrn,696ia
Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WIIJJAM L
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MLLE. E. DREYER.
NO. M PENN AVENUE,
IMPORTER OF FRENCH MILLINER.
Trimmed Bonnets and round Hats.
' Mourning a Specialty.
WE HAVE REMOVED.
WATTLES & SHBAPEEj
HAVE : REMOVED : TO
37 FIFTH AVENUE.
We will occupy the entire building, and will
carry as nico a stock of goods as can be found
anywhere. Don't forget our new number,
, 37 FIFTH AVENUE.
FormerlvoccupiedbyKornblum, the Optician.
In Basement Just Inside Our
Fifth Avenue Entrance,
Our closing out sale in February
disposed of a large quantity of last
Many remain, however
which have been crowded out by
the unusually large number of new
patterns, and are now placed in our
A few samples of
the remarkable bargains to be found
there may be seen in our window
display on Fifth avenue. For in
Cotton Ingrains - - 18 to 20c
Heavy Cotton Ingrains - 25 to 35c
Eitra Super Unions - - 40 to 50c
Extra Sier. Best -' - 55 to 65c
Tapestry Brussels - - - 45c
Bofly Brussels - - - 85c
Yelyets - - - - 85c
33 FIFTH AVENUE 33
Clothing to .
Your Own Shape.
We are merchant tailors,
too, with extra advantages for
serving you well.
What can you think of that
stands in the way of our do
ing as good tailoring as any
body in the city? Nothing,
nothing at all. Needn't vin
dicate our tailoring.
But, we can do better. Bet
ter in the variety of materials
we can show you; We have
gathered the most perfect ex
position of cloths to be found
in any store in the land.
There is no such in the city.
And they're the qualities
styles appropriate to make
up to measure.
The finest fabrics we have
them. The smooth, the
cheviot finish (so fashionable
how), the imported, the home
mills manufacture, full dress,
business; all are here.
We have more by far than
you'll take time to look at,
likely. Will you wait for the
rush to see them? or to-day?
It isn't necessary to pay out
a deal of money to get a
style that pleases you and
makes up handsomely.
Sixth street and Penn avenue.
NO FANCY PRICES.
Stiff Hats, Soft Hats f or men and
boys. Children's Hats and Caps in
endless variety. Base Ball gratis
with each boy's Hat.
: iU vHARIETJT.
Among the books received thisvreek, the
following are late ones, jnst published:
Under False Pretenses, by Adeline Ser
geant, in paper, at 38c. 6
St. Cnthbert'sTower, by Florence "Warden,
in paper, at 23c.
Jack Dudley's Wife, by E. M. Davy, yi
paper, at 20c.
The Story of Happinolande and Legends,
by Oliver Bell Bunce, in paper, at 20c.
Dr. Bamean, bv Georges Ohnet, trans
lated from the French by J. 0. Curtin,
illustrated, at 38c.
E. P. Boe's works, in cloth, at 90c each.
Little Lord Fauntleroy, illustrated, at
Klaus Brewer's Wife, from the German
of Paul Lindau, translated by Clara S.
Fleishman, at 38o
The Romantic School. by Heinrich Heine,
translated by S. L. Fleishman, at $1 20.
PlWM TVf lanallaniA. VlV TTAiniMpll TTolni
translated by S. L. Fleishman, at 75c.
Miss Bretherton, by Mrs. Humphrey
"Ward, in paper, at 10c.
Received in the Arlington Edition, at 25c
Grimm's Household Stories.
Anderson's Fairy Tales.
Russian Fairy Tales.
Dombey & Son.
Tale of Two Cities.
Dickens' Character Sketches.
Poe's Poetical Works.
Tour of the World in Eighty Days.
Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea.
Five Weeks in a Balloon.
Mill on the Floss.
Wooed and Married.
A full line of Bertha M. Clay's most
popular works, in paper, at 10c each. j
Complete stock of all the favorite musical
albums, containing the latest operas, songs
and dance music of the day, at the. prices
advertised before 15c and 25c each.
1500 EASTER BOOKLETS jnst re
ceived, at 10c each. Something in new and
pretty novelties for Easter.
Fleishman & Co's.
NEW DEPARTMENT ST0BES
504,506 and 508 Market st,
N. B. All the new Periodicals and
Magazines received. mh29-D
"This Trade Mark is on Our Windows."
$4. $5. $6.
Spring Btjles now on sale at above reason
able prices, including Knox's beautiful Silk
Hat at $8.
$2. $3. $4.
Good, Reliable, and (what is ot great im
portance to the careful dresser) Correct in
style. Knox's celebrated Derbys also.
$1. $1 50. $2.
Easily folded Crush Hats for traveling and
neglige wear at above prices. This includes
our finest imported French Pocket Hat at S2,
sold elsewhere for 32 E0L
441 WOOD STREET.
N. B. We iron all Silk Hats Free of Charge,
no difference where purchased. mh25-MWP
M-t 'i I nvTT A insurance co.,
Xlll L LN -A. Hartford, Conn.
Assets, January 1, 18S7.. SU,S6S,S 50
EDWARDS & KENNEY, Agents,
OQ Fourth avenue Pittsburg.
Unprecedented Attractions for This Week. - J
PI n A If F1CDADTMCNT
bLUHfl ULrflnl I TIC It I.
plnin, embroidered and braided. Misses' Loner
and choice materials; all well made garments. On same floor we show a superior line of Kuslin Underwear, in great variety and range of prices. Chemises, Drawers, Night
Dresses, Skirts and' Corset Covers. Complete outfits ior infants. A visit to our Cloak Boom will repay you at the presenttime.
I 1M CM nCDADTMCMT Another importation o-f specialties in Table Linens from 20c ap. See those Golden Flax Table Linens at 50c; never sold under 65c. And
LI l Hll LILT Ail I If till I - those 72-inch Damasks at 75c. They are beauties. Fast-colored Turkey Bed Tablings at 20c and 25c; liner grades equally good values.
New, extra large, colored bordered Towels, very choice, 18c, 20c and 25c; nboat half their values. Napkins, 75c, $1, $1 25 up. A full Dinner Napkin at 51 60; specially good.
Tapestry and Flush Covers in sizes for the stand, table and piano. Stamped Linen Tidy Splashers. Tray and sideboard sizes in "White and Ecru, at low prices. We carry full
lines of Mattresses, Pillows, Bolsters, Sheets and Pillow Cases, ready made. White and Colored Bed Spreads at popular prices.
PI flTHQ ANI") PAQCIMFRPQ We. have just opened afine line of Spring Cassimeres for Men and Boys' wear. Latest styles in Checks, Stripes, Mixtures,
UUw I I1W P1I1&V tinvWI lilbl Ibv.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. 2sSft5sSLSSf3S:
Open to-day, two cases'Fancy Dress Goods at 23c; best goods for the money ever offered;
40-inch, all-wool Serges, at 25c, worth 40c. Double width Flajds and Stripes, new styles
and excellent clothes, 37c, including Black and "White Plaids and stripes lor combina-
tions, with the latest High-Art Novelties in Imported Fabrics, 50c, 75c, 51, SI 25 and
51 50 ajard; all the new Spring colors in French Cashmeres, 50c, G5i". 75c, UOc, and 51,
40 inches wide and superior values; lots of Challies from 6Ju up; Domestic Ginghams,
excellent dress styles, 10c and 12c; Scotch Zephyrs, 20c, 25c, 37Jc and 40c; Etoile du
Nords and other wash fabrics at low prices. Note our superior assortment Satines, 10c,
12Jc, 15c, 20c, 25c, 30c and 37Jc.
CIlV hrDlDTMCUT Black and Colored Dress Silk, 50c up; Black Gros
ILIV ULT All I llltn I . Grains, G5c, 75c, SlUc; 24-inch at 5L, 51 12K and
51 25 are unquestionably rare bargains; very superior values, 51 60 to 53 a yard. Double
"Wrap Surahs, Merveilleanx, Baratheas, Bhadames and other fancy weaves at low prices.
PADDCT DnnCUB The stock is now complete and prices lower than ever. Fine
uHnr C I nUUln. line Tapestry Brussels, reliable make, 50c, 60c, 65e nnd 75c.
Body Brussels, New Patterns Ingrains. Hall and stair Carpets, Mats and Mattings,
Smyrna Rags nnd Druggets and Oil Cloths at popular prices.
Friday, March 20.
WRAP & SUIT DEPARTM'TS.
is not egotism that prompts
us to earnestly invite the people
to visit our Wrap and Suit
Rooms. It is not because we
simply want yon to know what
elegant and complete lines we
carry, but because we know we
have served your interests in
securing them. We want you
to do yoitrxown part for yotir
self, by comi7ig here and ptir
chasing. The constant arrival of new
goods keeps our stock always
full. We have no stickers;
every 'thing seems to bedesirable.
A large line of Beaded Wraps
will be slwwn you. Beaded
bShottlder capes from $2 50 up.
Fine Silk Wrap, Braided and
trimmed in Bead and Cord
Mantillas are perhaps the
prettiest Shoulder Wraps
shown, especially for middle
aged ladies. We have them in
Faille Francaisse, Corkscrew,
Camel Hair and Serge, lined
throughout with Surah,
trimmed in Braid or Passe
menterie, at $10 to $50. An
elegant line of Imported Man
tillas, braided all over ; $25 and
$30, is especially handsome. A
lot of cord-trimmed Shoulder
Wraps are pretty and popular.
The elegant Silk and Lace
Connemaras, that handsome
and entirely new spring gar
ment, is here shown, all the
beautiful styles in which they
come, at prices ranging from
SfS t 50' & s impossible
to praise them too highly. You
doubtless havesien them on the
street, as many Jiave already
gone out. If you are only
curious to see wliat they are
like, come in and we will take
pleasure in displaying them
A truly handsome Black
Diagonal Newmarket, Empire
style, with Faille Frdncaise
Revere, at 2. We show
these with no little pride.
We have no hesitancy in
claiming for our stock that it is
the most complete shown in the
two cities. The few we men
tion are only to attract your
attention in the hope that yoic
will pay a personal visit to see
A line of Combination Cash
mere and Faille Francaisse,
Persian trimmed, are among
the handsomest. A special is
the line of Braided Cloth Suits,
all colors, at io, and another
is a line of handsomely trimmed,
fine Cashmere Suits, 2o to
Another very attractive thing is 'the line of
Henrietta and Silk Combinations, stylishly
made, Persian trimmed, $25 to $37.
'A Tailor-made Cloth Suit, Directoire, all
Shades, $16 5a
Gimp trimmed Colored Cashmere Suits, $15.
New Cashmere Accordion Skirts, black and
colored, J16 60.
Combination Silk and Wool Suits, 'Persian
Trimmed, 25, $35 and $37 60.
Fine elegant Black Silk Suits, S20 to SCO.
Black Lace and Net Suits, 25, 43 and $05. -..
115-121 FEDERAL ST.,
n tn's room we are displaying the latest
Stockinette Jacket! in Black and Colored.
Garments and .Jackets. Jersey Blouses,
viorit&urcws uuu jjima, nuicu ;uu niu
CHILDREN AND MISSES'
Friday and Saturday,
MARCH 29 AND 30,
The very newest and most stylish Hats
that good taste and skill can prodnee will
be shown. Come in and bring the children
along. In the meantime, we are showing a
fnll line of the newest things in
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH AVENUE.
Is here. Yon wijl need curtains renovated and
carpets cleaned. There is but one place where
yon can get them done in the best manner pos
sible, and that is at
ALLEGHENY STEAM LAUNDRY.
Offices in Pittsburg, 443Smithfleld street, 1913
Carson street, and 100 Federal street, Alleghe
ny. Works, 353-309 Beaver avenue, Allegheny.
Telephone 1261. mh26-HWT
YOU WILL FIND
THAT when we quote prices we do not take a cheap article and describe it mis
leadingly, but mention only such as we know to be good and are willing to stand -behind
tor value and satisfaction.
OUR $i3 DRESS SUIT
FOE GENTLEMEN is having an enormous sale. We have it in bine and black
worsted, warranted all wool and fast color, sewed with silk, and as well as ens-"
torn made; often and easily sold by others at $16 and $18. Don't lail to examine
CONFIRMATION SUITS. .
WIS have an endless variety of qualities and styles, and at prices that will
save you SI to SI 50, and on some styles $2 on the suit Parents and guardians ;
should look at our line before buying elsewhere. We also have a complete stock
of White Linen Waists, without collars, White Shirts, White Ties, Etc
OUB MANY. NOVELTIES IN
CHILDREN'S KILT AND PANTS SUITS
AT $2, J2 75, $3 25 and, & are being picked up fast Don't delay making your
OUR HAT AND CAP DEPARTMENT
EXHIBITS a complete assortment of the newest imported and domestic shades
and shapes at lowest prices.
STRASSBURQER & JOSEPH;
TAILORS, CLOTHIERS AND MATTERS,
161 AND 163 FEDEBAL ST.,
When Making Tour Purchases, and by Doing- So
You Will Save Money.
This can only be done by purchasing of a good, reliable firm, and we have that
reputation. Having it, we are bound to keep it. Our prices are the lowest and all
our goods are recommended. So it will pay you well to deal with us.
NOW IS YOUR TIME TO BUY,
As there is but very little time now left before the buy season starts. Come now
and make your selections. By paying a small amount down, you know that we will
pack the goods and store them for you without it costing you a cent Besides that,
you now hare the choice of all the newest and best patterns and designs in the
house, and it is full of them.' Hurry, now, and get the attention paid you that can
not be given when we have become busy.
Lovely Neiv Parlor Suits.
Elegant New Bedroom Suits.
Neiv Carpets. New Rugs.
Netu Druggets. ' Nero Goods.
Everything new, from the highest to the lowest, and don't forget that anything
in our bouse can be bought either for
CASH OR VERY EASY PAYMENTS.
HOPPER BR0S& CO.,
307 WOOD STREET, BET. THIRD AND FOURTH AYES.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE "EW HIGH ARM" DAVIS SEWING MACHINE.
Passenger Elevator. Open Saturdays "Until lO o'oloolc
choice styles and largest assortment in New
New Sprint; weight Newmarkets in Black' and
plain and braided. Infants' Cloaks. -'Ladies'
uu wen w ciuiuiu&
nais ana uonnets, ail new ana tne latest snapes and colors. New Bibbons, Flowers,
Feathers, Gauzes, and Ornaments for hat trimmings.
N. B. No chargc.for tramming hats hought ot us.
Colored Shirts. Collars and Cutis. New Neekware and If nipnr nnd KpannnriIiTTnilrirrxi'
at low figures.
in New Corsets, Hosiery, for ladies, and children; Gloves, Dress Tris.
mings, Lace and Eeavy Curtains,JPortiers, "Window Shades, etc
SPECIALS Five Cases New Ginghams at 6c; regular price, 10c See thea.
Samples sent when requested. Mail orders promptly
STATIONERY SEAliED FR0P03AUB
will be received no until Wednesday, April
3. 1889, at 2 o'clock p. M.. for famishing sta
tionery for the use of the several departments
of the city government for the year beginning
Bonds in the penal sum of one thousand dol
lars must accompany each bid.
The right reserved to accept or reject any or
Blanks and information furnished on applica
tion at the Controller's office.
E. a MOBHOW, ControHer.
aiABCjf a. 1889. mh2Mi
DEPABTMX3T OP PUBLIC HjUrETT, 1
PrrrSBTJBG, March a. 1889. J.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at the office of the City Controller
until TUESDAY. April 2, at 2 o'clock PJt, for
the painting of engine houses Kos. 7, 9 and 13.
Plans and specifications can be seen at the
office of Samuel N.Evans, Superintendent ot
the Bureau of Fire.
Bonds In donble the amount of each bid will
be renuired. said bonds to be crobated baton
I the Mayor or City Clerk.
f The Department of Awardsreserrestherigfet
to reject any or an mas. j. u. nw wr.
Chief of the Department of Public Safety.
DEPAHTSTEIfT OT PUBLIC SAFETY.
PlTTSBtTBG. March 19, 1889.
C1EALED PROPOSALS WILL BE
IO CETVED at the office ofthe City Controller
until SATURDAY. March 30, 1889, at 2 o'clock
p. v., for the building of a one-horse patrol
Plans and specifications can be seoa on ap
plication to Gamble Weir, Superintendent of
the Bureau of Police.
Bonds in donble the amount of each bid will
be required, said bonds to be probated before
the Mayor or City Clerk.
Tbe Deoartment of Awards reserves th
right to reject any or all bids.
J. O. BROWN.
Chief of the Department of Public Safety.
Department or public Satett. I
PrrrSBTJBG, March 19. 1889. i
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at the office of the City Con
troller until SATURDAY, March 30. 1889. at 3
o'clock P. sr. for the finishing of Nos.5and8
Police stations, and for the erection of a stable,
at No. 5 police station.
Plans and specifications can he seen on appli
cation to Gamble Weir, Superintendent of the
Bureau of Police.
Bonds m double the amount of each bid will
be required, said bonds to be probated before
the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
J. O. BROWN,
Chief of Department of Public Safety.
PHOTOGRAPHER, 18 SIXTH STREET.
A fine, large crayon portrait $3 SO; see then
before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets, $2 and
2 SO per dozen. PROMPT DELIVERY.
Spring Jackets for Ladies. $1 50 up.
Colors. New Jerseys, Black and O
and Hisses' Suits and Dresses: latest It1p
"We are famous for correct styles and low
Tirices. "We show this wpek 100 Trimraid1.
ITnlaundried Shirts, 31c, 45c. 50c, 60c, andtha
best shirt in theconntrv!it7ix Tinndried Shirt?
" , -
addressed the committee. "
. 165167 and 169 FEDERAL:STREET, ALUEGEENY. PA.-
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