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THE PITTSBimG DISPATCH, MONDAY, APKLT, 29, 1889. 5 '3
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.The Work Already Done bj the State
Legislators This Session
'BEATS THEIR PBEDECKSSORS.
Some Yery Important legislation is Btill
THE GESEEAL STEEET EAILWAT BILL
In Conference Committee, WTxIcIi is Eliminatlnj the
The State Legislature has got throueh
with a great deal of work so far this session.
The legislators have refrained from over
much speech making, and have got right
down to business. As a result the work of
this session is much farther advanced than
at the same period of the last session. There
are yet a number of bills pending, but all
the more important ones will be passed upon
before the Legislature adjourns.
ITEOSt A. STATr CORBESrONDEXT. J
Habbisbubg, April 28. The business
of the Legislature is much more advanced
than at the same time last session, thanks to
the manner in which business has been ex.
pedited during the past week. The Senate,
since the return of the Appropriations Com
mittee from its tour of inspection, has spent
comparatively little of its time in debate,
and the gentlemen who are wont to practice
their eloquence on the defenseless members
of the House have given themselves over to
oratory to a much less degree than usual.
On Friday night the Senate cleaned its
calendar, and the House calendars are bring
rapidly cleaned up. So busily is the work
progressing that all Senate bills will be
acted on, as well as the House third reading
calendar and possibly its second reading
calendar, which was temporarily suspended
until its own more advanced calendar and
the Senate bills could be disposed of.
The appropriation bills, including the
general appropriation bill, are all in the
Senate's hands, and that body is pushing
them rapidly. On "Wednesday and Thurs
day nights the Senate Appropriations Com
mittee labored with bills in its committee
room and sent them out to the Senate in
batches, where they were immediately put
through first reading. On other matters the
Senate has been similarly expeditious.
There is some important legislation pend
ing iu addition to the general and special
appropriation bills. The general revenue
bill is now iu the hands of a conference
committee, which will meet after the New
York trip, to eliminate a Senate amendment
which, alter mature consideration, Auditor
General McCamant has decided to be ob
jectionable. Senator Hioes employers' lia
bility bill is on third reading iu the House,
r.nd is likely to pass, though there is evi
dence that it will be fought hard on final
passarc Two important items of legisla
tion that are hanging fire and likely to be
in that condition when the Legislature ad
journs are Mr. Wherry's anti-discrimination
bill and his sinking fund resolutions.
The granger equalization tax bill is in the
hands of the Senate Finance Committee.
The revenue commission resolution intro
duced by Senator Delemater, is the out
growth of the discussion over the bill, which
is considered a crude measure, but with
principles worthy of study. The grangtr
tax bill is considered dead now, but the
grangers think the revenue commission an
The general street j-aihiay bill is a most
important measure, which is now in the
hands of a conference committee. It will
-validate the charters of some TO street rail
ways that were invalidated by the Supreme
Court decision and will permit the construc
tion of new roads which the same decision
prevented. Many features acceptable to Mr.
C. It Magee were carefully and painstak
ingly kept out of this bill, and the confer
ence committee is so constituted that it is
not likely to admit them now.
THE SHIP CANAL ALL BIGHT.
The Lake Erie and Ohio ship canal reso
lution having passed the House is now in
the Senate, and will eo through that hnAv
The Legislature is merely paving the way -j
jui vsuura3iuuiu acwun, out me intention
of the Republican leaders is to at least solve
the railway discrimination problem for
Western Pennsylvania, and also for a large
portion of the northwest and of those por
tions of the solid South accessible through
the Ohio and the Father of Waters. The
proposed canal" will supply the missing link
between these sections.
The soldiers' orphan question will be set-
tied in some manner before the Legislature '
aujuurus. xne settlement win not be ac
ceptable to even all of those who have the
best interests of the children and the State
at heart, but there will at least be some
thing approaching a fair compromise of dif
ferences. The grade crossing bill, applicable to
cities of the first and second classes, will be
reconsidered next week. The Pennsylvania
Railroad officials are so anxious to protect
the lives of people in these cities that they
are determined to put this bill through, even
if it does shut out those wicked railroads
which want to come in at grade, or on even
terms with existing railroads.
The bill lor the government of third class
cities, having passed the House early in
February, passed second reading in' the
Senate on Saturday, having been reported
last week from the committee where it had
so long slumbered.
Senator Brown's general road bill is on
second reading in the House, but the whole
vexed question of road laws will be gone
over before the next session by the commis
sion appointed under the provisions of Rep
resentative Foight's resolution. The next
Legislature may, perhaps, with this aid,
bring order out of chaos on this subject.
AS IMPOBTAlf T LABOB MEASDBE.
Senator Hines bill for the protection of
umeu ana cunaren in lactones is one of
the most important labor measures before
the Legislature. It has passed second read
ing in the House, where it wasiwarmlv dis
cussed and amended in some particulars..
-m an proDaDiiity it will become a law.
The increase of the annrnnrintinn fawns
public schools by the House, on motion of
orate nairman parens, was very accepta
ble to the rural members, and revives in
Colonel Bean, of Montgomerv, the hope that
manual training may, with the increase of
sinews of war, obtain a foothold at last in
the pnblio schools. Full of this hope he
will makeanother effort to have his manual
training bill, with important amendments,
passed. The increase ot the salary of Super
intendent of Public Instruction to $5,000,
for which Colonel Bean has been working,
will probably not take place at the present
session of the Legislature.
The much amended Fow bill may run up
acainst a .snag in the House. Mr. Brooks
will object to it possibly, but Senator Dela
mater and Chairman Andrews seem to favor
it, and bis-feelings seldom run counter to
theirs. The Tunendmenta to this bill as
pointed out have already been before the
Lecislature. Senator Cooper's own idea of
limiting saloons to not more than one to
each 000 of population was merely talked of
1 n?n by "m- It vm never presented in a
bill Representative, Smiley's idea of per
mitting a liquor dealer to obtain his security
from anywhere In the connty is also included
in the new Fow-Cooper measure. Mr. Smi-
TJ v "" negatived in the House Com
mittee, but the highest Republican author
ity is now indorsing it. Likewise it in
dorses the bill presented by Representative
wnite, of Allegheny, permitting security
companies to go on liquor bonds.
the pool-selletg bill.
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IbelbllltO legalize -nnnLollInv vhioh -r.
deflated, reconsidered and'iwetponed. It
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may be taken up again, but the time is
short in which to pass It finally in the
House and get it through the Senate to the
Dr. Walk's medical examiners' bill, after
having been amended to that gentleman's
great displeasure, is on the postponed list,
and he wants it to die there. He will not
call it up again, and the opposition is satis
fied to do without the law, even though it
was amended to their liking.
Up to date 267 bills have passed finally
in the House, against 145 at the same date
last year; 96 House bills have gone to the
Governor and 23 are ready to go, against 26
sent to him by the same date last year.
There are 38 bills now on third reading,
against 41, exclusive of appropriation bills,
at the same date last year. The record of
the Senate bills in the House at this lime is
as follows: Passed finally, 29; on first read
ing, 5; on second reading, 63; on third read
ing, 60. This record at this same date last
year was: Passed finally, 11: on first read
ing, 14; on second reading, 98; on third read
ing, 32. The House committees negatived
40 per rent more bills this than last session.
The Senate record on all these points is
fully as good as the record of the House.
THE PBOHIBITION- AMENDMENT.
Among the resolutions that have received
the Executive approval, undoubtedly the
most important is the one for the submis
sion ot the prohibition smendment to the
people, and the next iu order is the one sub
mitting the Constitutional amendment
abolishing the poll tax and reducing the pe
riod necessary to acquire a residence to 30
days. The other important resolutions are
Authorizing a joint committee of two Sena
tors and five Representatives to take Into con
sideration all matters pertaining to soldiers' or
Requesting onr Senators and members in
Congress to favor a general service pension
Requesting Congress to pass a law giving
honorably discharged soldiers who were prison
ers of war a pension of $12 per month and 2 per
day for every day they were confined.
Authorizing a committee of three Senators
and four Representatives to make a thorough
investigation of the charitable and correctional
systems of this Commonwealth, normal schools,
Authorizing a joint commission to present to
Congress the claims; of the southern border
counties for damages sustained from rebel
Authorizing tlm Centennial Committee to in
vite the Governor and his staff and members of
the two Bouses to join the committee in the
Washington celebration in New York at the
The Governor has received from the Leg
islature 123 bills, against 41 received by
him at the same date last session, and he
has given his approval to 66, against 30 at
the same time last session. Fifty-two House
bills reached him in one batch Friday, after
having passed the Senate. The majority of
them were appropriation bills.
IMPORTANT BILLS SIGNED.
The more important bills that have re
ceived Executive approval are these:
An act to authorize the election of constables
for three years.
An act to authorize the election of assessors
for three years in boroughs and townships.
An act making copies of books, accounts, an
nual statements and other papers and docu
ments on file In the insurance department evi
dence. An act to prevent persons from unlawfully
using or wearing the insignia or rosette of the
military order of the Loyal Legion of the United
States or the badce or tntton of the Grand
Army of the Republic, or the badge or shield
of the Union Veteran Legion.
An act fixing the time and mannor of the
Constitutional amendment election.
An act repealing the fence law of 1700.
An act to regulate the practice of veterinary
medicine and surgery.
An act repealing the bridge act of 1878 so far
as it limits the amount of damages which shall
be paid by any connty for the purchase of
bridges over any river, creek or rivulet being
on the line of adjoining counties.
An act authorizing the erection and leasing
of wharfs and the collection of wharfage there
on by boroughs.
An act authorizing ship and steamboat com
panies chartered in and doing-business between
this ana other States, to bold. lease, mortgage
and convey real estate in this State.
An act to establish a Board of Directors of
nautical schools and to provide and maintain a
nautical school for the training of pupils from
the various counties of the Commonwealth in
the science and practice of navigation. (The
school to be located at Philadelphia.)
APPEALS TBOM ASSESSMENTS.
An act authorizing appeals from the assess
ment of taxes in this Commonwealth to Courts
of Common Pleas.
An act authorizing a revised edition of the
"Birds of Pennsylvania."
An act to authorize boroughs to levy a tax
on vehicles carrying persons and property for
An act increasing the limit of real and per
sonal estates, which may be held by religious
and charitable corporations.
An act authorizing executors or trustees to
unite with others in the organization of corpo
rations. An act defining the rights and regulating the
usn of bicycles and tricycles.
An act authorizing the paving, grading, curb
ing and macadamizing of streets in boroughs
by borouch Councils, and providing for assess
ment of the cost.
An act making the first Monday In each Sep
tember a legal holiday to be known as Labor
An act fixing the limitations of criminal
prosecutions for embezzlement by adminis
trators, executors, guardians and trustees.
wealth to become national banks.
.n act enaoiingtne uanks of the Common-
An act to provide for an investio-atlnn -r tho
charitable and correctional institutions of the
Commonwealth, and the system by which said
institutions are managed and maintained.
An act to provide for and regulate the ex
tension and renewal of the charters of State
An act to prevent the deterioration of stock
by animals running at large on the public
An act to constitute a battalion to be known
as the Naval Battalion ot the National Guard
of Pennsylvania. Simpson.
A EAILR0AD TITLE LS DI8PUTE.
The Cincinnati Southern Rnllrond to
Transferred to the City of Cincinnati.
Cnrcrs jtati, April 28. The city solici
tor has brought suit against the trustees of
the Cincinnati Southern Railroad and the
lessees of the road asking the Court to de
clare the trust terminated, to transfer the
title of the lease of the road to the city of
Cincinnati and to enjoin the trustees from
extending the present lease as provided in a
recent act ot the Ohio Legislature.
The solicitor takes the ground that since
October, 1881, the trustees have been acting
without authority of law, and asks that they
account to the city for the money paid them
by the lessees since that time as compensa
tion and expenses amounting to $12,000 a
"Weak stomach,Beccham's Pills act like magio
Peaks' Soap secures abeautiful comolexion.
A WORD ABOUT CATARRH.
"It is the mucous membrane, that wonderfnl
semi-fluid envelope surrounding the delicate
tissues of the air and food passages, that Ca
tarrh makes Its stronghold. Once established,
it eats into the very vitals, and renders life but
a long-drawn breath of misery and disease,
dulling the sense of hearing, trammelling the
poer of speech, destroying the faculty of
smell, tainting the breath and killing the re
fined pleaiures of taste. Insidiously, by creep
ing on from a simple cold in the head, it as
saults the membranous lining and envelops the
bones, eating thronch the delicate coats and
causing inflammation, sloughing and death.
Nothing short of total eradication will secure
health to the patient, and all allevlatlves are
simply procrastinated sufferings, leading to a
fatal termination. Sanford's Radical Cube,
by inhalation and by internal administration,
has never failed; even when the, disease has
made frightful inroads on delicate constitu
tions, hearing, smell and taste have been re
covered, and the disease thoroughly driven
Sanford's Radical Cure consists of one
bottle of the Radical Cure, one box Ca
tarrhal Solvkxt. and one Improved Ik
haleb, neatly wrapped In one package, with
full directions: price, ?L
Potteb Drug asp Chemical Cobpoba-
Every Muscle Aches.
Sham aches, dull talns-stra1nnnrl
weakness. relleTpd in m. ninnt.
1 bytlie Cutlenra Antl-Paln Plnster.
u ATcrfectant dote tn mln.inflnn,nfi.
ttni.,d weakness. The first and only pain
kllllnic plaster. Instantaneous, Infallible, safe.
Acknowledged hy drucitfsts and physicians to
be the best jet prepared. At all Urueeists, 25
cents; five for SI 00; or, postage tree, of Potteb
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SHIPWEECEJBD OFF ALASKA. KEr APVBRTISBMBKTS. . . . ... KW ADVERTISEMENTS. MEW ADVERTISEMENTS. . NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ABTERTISSMBNTSU ---. ir?g
The Whaler Kate Anoonn Goe. Down and WAllLjbjb& OniliAJb Hil NEW SPRING .drfiiWW TiAAT7IPDD P ODflMlTPD P - J
The Whaler Knte Annonn Goei Down and
Two Band Perish.
San Francisco, April 28. The Alaska
Commercial Company's steamer St. Paul
arrived in port to-day from Onolaska and
brings Captain Lutgens and two seamen of
the steam whaler Kate Annonn, which left
Portland, Ore., in June, bound on a hunting
expedition to Alaska. On the 19th of last
month the vessel went ashore in Marshoway
bay during a gale, and broke to pieces. The
vessel was valued at (6,000.
The men walked 25 miles through a snow
storm to the nearest settlement. Two of the
seamen started by another route and, it is
believed, perished on the way.
TEE TICT0ES NAMED.
Result of the Republican Primaries at New
rsrrciAL tslxobam to the dispatch.!
New Oastle, April 28. The Repub
lican primaries were held in the different
voting precincts in this county yesterday,
and resulted in the nomination of Jefferson
T. Gleason for Eegister and Recorder, Dr.
James K. Pollock for Coroner, and Robert
H. McConahy for Connty Surveyor. As
Lawrence county gives a Republican ma
jority of 2,000, their election is certain. A
very light vote was polled.
James A. Gardner, of New Castle, and
Dr. John C. McKee, of Princeton, were
elected delegates to the Republican State
Age may wrinkle the cheeks, but the
hair dressed with Barry's Tricopherous will
never decline. M
B. fc B.
To-day's great silk offer, at $2 60. New
Paris novelties, all exclusive designs, finest
goods, made to sell at S6 Arrived late and
manufacturers sacrificing them only S2 60.
Boggs & Buhl.
Fob carriage repairs and painting we
have the cleanest and best factory in West
ern Pennsylvania, as our place is free from
sulphur and smoke, which are very in
jurious to varnish while drving.
Thos. S. O'Neil & Co.,
6821-5823 Penn ave., E. E.
Ameeican dress ginghams from 12c to
25c a vard; large assortment; best patterns.
sitvtsu Hughs &Hacke.
Double Baby Carriages
For twins, either parasol or canopy tops:
also full line of single carriages; warranted
perfect manufacture, at Lauer's Toy Honse,
620 Liberty st.
The celebrated X. X. X. 1855 Pure Rye
Whisky, the finest in the United States, can
always be had at G. W, Schmidt's, 93 and
97 Fifth Ave.. City.
Buyers ot dress goods never such an
offer Fine French all-wool, 40-inch Foule
at 30 cents tour shades of Dahlia. Goods
imported to sell at 51 Shades broken. Only
about 400 yards. Come quickly They will
not last. Boggs & Buhl.
G. W. Schmidt will sell you one quart
of 1880 Pure Rye Export Whisky for 51.
95 and 97 Filth Ave., City.
50 remnants of table linen from ljf to
3i yards in length, bleached, half bleached
and turkey red, greatlv reduced to close.
srvvFsu Hughs & Hacke.
ly trade supplied witn cnoice
old wines and' liquors at G. W. Schmidt's,
95 and 97 Fifth Ave., City.
BRAUN On Sunday, April 23. at 8:15 A.
Joseph Braun, aged 51 years 3 months 25
Funeral takes place from his late residence.
No. 156 Brownsville road, Twenty-seventh
ward, Southside, on Tuesday at 8:30 a. si.
Friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend. 2
CAUQHEY On Sunday. April 28, at 6:30 A.
ic., at his home. Sheridan station, Edward
Caughet, in his 69th year.
Notice of funeral hereafter. ,
KENNEDY On Sunday. April 28. lSS9,at4
p. sl. Mart, daughter of Samuel and Johanna
Kennedy, aged 8 years 8 months.
Funeral from the parents' residence. Forty
ninth street and Pldm alley, on Tuesdat,
April SO. at 4 p. m. Friends of the family are
respectfully Invited to attend. 2
KUHL On Saturday, April 27, at 235 a. jl,
J. H. Kuhl, aged 43 jears.
Funeral from his late residence at Freedom,
on Tuesdat, April SO. at 2 o'clock. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend.
4IARTXN On Sunday morning, April 28,
1889. at 2 o'clock, at West Penu Hospital, John
II artin. aged 25 years.
Funeral service at W. H. Devore's undertak
inc rooms. Grant street, on Tuesdat, April SO,
at 2 p. 21. Friends and members of the B. of
R. R. B. are cordially invited to attend the f u
XSteubenville papers please copy. 2
MORTON On Saturday, April 27. 18S9, at
lOdO a. si., William H. Mobtoh, aged 47
years 9 months.
Funeral from his late residence, 6709 Rippey
street, East End, on Monday, April 29, at 2 p.
K. Friends of the family are respectfully in
vtted to attend. 2
McKED On Sabbath aay, April 28. 1889. at 1
a. m., John R. McKee, Sr., tn his 57th year.
Funeral services at the family residence
Roup street, near Fifth avenue, Twenty-second
ward, Tuesday, the SOth at 2 p. u. Friends
will please omit flowers. Interment private at
a later hour. 2
OAKLEY On Saturday. April 27, 1SS9. at 11
p. JL, MABY.E., nee Todt, wife of Albert C.
Oakley, aged 30 years 5 months.
Funeral on Monday, April 29, at 2 p. si.,from
her late residence, No. 1719 Larkins alley,
Southside, Pittsburg, Pa. Friends of the fam
ily are respectfully invited to attend.
OAKLEY At her residence, 1719 Larkins
allev, S. B., on Saturday, April 27, 18S9, at
11 o'clock p. si., Mbs. MaktE. Oaeley,
daughter of Phillip and Rosanna Todt, aged 30
years 5 months.
Funeral notice In Monday's paper. 2
PRELLER On Sunday, April -25, at 11
o'clock A. M at his residence, 4035 Penn ave
nue, Charles F. Pbelleb, in Ms58th year.
Funeral Wednesday at 2 p. sl Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to at
ROSS At Mansfield, Pa., Sunday, April 28,
1889, at 5:40 P. M., infant ion of John S., Jr., and
Emma Foster Ross.
THOMPSON On Sabbath day. April 28,1889.
at 5:30 A. H., ROBEBT W. THOMPSON, aged 90
Funeral services at the residence of his son
In law, Thomas B. Moreland, Esq., 218 It qrth
Hiland avenue, E. E., Wednesday, May 1, at
9:30 A. il Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. 2
(Successors to Meier, Arnold & Co., L!m
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1131 Penn avenue Tel
ephooe connection. mylO-hSS-jrwi"
JOHN L. TREXLER & CO.,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Livery
and Boardinir Stabl es. Nos. ST8 and 3S0
Beaver ave. Residence. 681 Preble
ave., Allegheny City.
Telephone 8118. mhZJ-MThsn
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND SMILAX
A. ill". & J. B. MUMDOCH,
f-1 A SMITHFIELD ST.
OIU Telephone 423. de6.f4.irw
PURE SEED POTATOES.
First size Cbas. Downlnc. per barrel, S3 7S.
Early Gem. Vlck's Extra Early, Dakota Red.
12 25 per barrel. Second size SOo per barrel
less. Order early at these prices.
JOHN B. & A. MURDOCH,
fei9.3tyr SOS Smit;ifiei.d St.
-OEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN lAlfc!
ASSETS . Dn.8M!t.
Insurance Co. of North- Americ
Since their removal to tbelr new store, have
added RICH CUT GLASS and FINE DEC
ORATED CHINA to their assortment of
goods. We have fine Game and Fish Sets,
Salad and Ice Cream Sets, Fruit Sets, Soup
Sets, Plates, Cups and Saucers, etc. AU strict
ly first-class and the very latest styles. Our
new number is
37 FIFTH AVENUE.
SIGN OF BIG CLOCK ON SIDEWALK.
In Dry Goods are at this
J. R. AJNDERSON'S
Goods, at 1SS Federal street. This is no sham,
but purchased from the Sheriff for
Is making a genuine
In this community, with
1,000 Pr. Lace Curtains
589 ROLLS CARPET,
Belling at bargain prices, filling this store from
ceiiar to xourin noor witn weu-pieasea, eager
T, M, LATIMER,
138 Federal St., Allegheny, Pa.
ap2S.HWF8U . O J!
Ever made (with one exception) has
just been held in New York by the
u f a c t u rers,
ford & Sons.
tells the story
phorically how they un
one day- up-
We, of course, were on the alert
and bought the choicest patterns at
prices far below the regular rates.
We now offer our customers the
benefit of our extraordinary pur
chases, as the following prices
Ten Wire Tapestry Brussels,
regular price 90c, now -
Double Extra Tapestry Brussels,
regular-price 85c, now -
Extra Tapestry Brussels, regular
price 75c, now
Medium Tapestry Brussels, reg-
ular'price 65c, now
Cheapest Tapestry Brussels,
Wilton Back Velvets, regular
price $1 50, now - - $1 00
Tapestry Velvets, regular price
$1 25, now - - 70c and 75c
33 FIFTH AVENUE.
JOSEPH HORNE & CO.,
Cor. Wood and Liberty Sis.,
Importers and Jobbers of
Special offerings this week in
For largest assortment and lowest prices call
iDIES SHOULD INVESTIGATE
Kelta's Frencli Tailor Svstei
- uiew i.ui.mg. iuo umy system in America
4jti j 4mm fa. &.a.. .. ' .
' " TTwrm Bias oart, IFSOt, D,CK,
Sleeves aad skkts, witkent reUKtafr. LeeseM
nu pram ivvmiTv 'S,i
yf .. A02 JT.
In Cotton, Lisle and Si
LADIES', MISSES', BOYS' AND
INFANTS' WEAR. ,
All the newest colors in Cotton a,nd Lisle,
such as Tan, Leather, French Blue, Drab,
Slate, Mode, Light, Medium and Dark Ma
hogany, Green, Bronze and Electric, in
both plain and' drop-stitched Lisle, atCOo
and 7Sc a pair.
All the above shades in Plaited Silk at
85c a pair.
Ladies' Black Silk, every price, from 75c
to $5 a pair.
Children's Black Lisle, stainless, In plain
and ribbed, 45c to 51 a pair.
Children's Black Silk, plain and ribbed,
every size. Including infants' socks and
three-quarter hose, from 4 to 6 inches, and
long stockings, 6 tp 9, and prices to suit
Infants' Onyx stainless Black Cotton
Socks and three-quarter Hose, 4 to 6i.
Ladies' out-size Cotton, Lisle and Silk
Hose in black and colors.
'We have a complete line of Babies' Under
wear, including Gauze and Gossamer
Shirts, long and short sleeves; same weights
in Pantalets. Cashmere Shirts, light and
medium weights, plain and fine ribbed.
Gauze Wrappers, long and short sleeves.
Cashmere Wrappers in plain and fine
ribbed. Saxony Bibbed Shirts, long sleeves.
Silk Shirts for the good babies, in long
and short sleeves, and the prices of these
are over one-third less than formerly.
Lisle Thread Shirts, ribbed, in white and
torn, low neck and no sleeve and low neck
and long sleeve.
Infants' summer-weight Cashmere Hose
of every description, such as socks, three
quarter hose, long three-quarter hose in
black, white, pink and sky, and plain tops
in black, all sizes, 4 to 6 inches.
Silk, LisleThread and Cotton in stainless
black, in socks, three-quarter hose and long
Those interested in Babies' TTnderpftr-
ments shouldexamine our stock of this class
of goods, and we will convince you that we
nave the best assortment of any house in the
city, and prices as low as any other.
Give our Hosiery and "Underwear Depart
ments an inspection it will repay you.
New Goods arriving daily.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH AVEN1TK
This Trade Mark is on Our Windows and
In Each Hat.
"Have a good Hat,
The secret of your looks
Lies with the Beaver in Canadian brooks,
Virtue may flourisb in an old cravat.
But Man and Nature scorn tlie shocking: Hat."
Oliver Wendell Holmes.
"Try one of Paulson's Fine Stiff Hats,
From $3 to $4 m price;
They'll wear you well,
That's why they sell
They're Nobby, Neat and Nice."
Our latest European and American Spring
Styles In Silk Hats and Serbys for gentlemen
are now ready. In Light-colored Soft and Sans
Souci Hats, for semi-dress or traveling, we
SlmolV ask an lnsooction of our now comnleta
and beautiful assortment. See Samples in our
441 WOOD STREET.
N. R-We iron all Silk Hats FREE OF
CHARGE, no difference where purchased.
.A.TIE T T S
O. D. LEVIS. Solicitor ot Patents.
131 Fifth avenue, above Hmithfleld,net Leader
omce. (jNoaeiay.j jiaDiisnea zu years.
-1, diflpvoiHSi 4KBr
Every Department Teeming With Rare
MILXINERY DEPARTMENT Our
the latest novelties in all branches, and our
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ji.ii.cn ui ui uuui iii oiuui, iMiso, renins,
M' nwavaa a i riw. uaw u. iir..ii
uucu uauy. .. o iuano no cuarge ior trimmin): nais ana sonnets oougnt of us.
Visitors to our millinery display are-cordially
. ??0MlTJ2m.ei?:!e Hne .J
Blouses and Waists lust the thin? for the
fants long and short Cloaks. Cashmere and
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tj,. LACBJFiAIESr'Vi?ther-large i.direCt Vn5?,taJtl0Ik pncs "Veins from jSOc to ?20 a pair. Choice new designs and rare values, SI, $1 50, $3, $2 25 $3 and 83 BO a nair
These are undoubtedly the best bargains we have yet .offered. Hew Curtain Laces, bv the yard, 12tcup. Curtain Scrims from 5c up, wh HeandcVlored ETTCaTlh
Portieres, handsome patterns. Turcoman and Chenille, $3 60 a pair up. Tapestries, Fringes, Curtain Poles and Chains at low pricer cotorea. -twary v,nrtajni.a4i.
"""""" " " ""X. , S Z 4' ;"""""." " saies. .new colorings ana patterns irom wie Dest mills. iJody Brussels. 75c 80c 81 and nn TanMtrr lftu-4 :
els, special values at 50c, 65c and 75c. Ingrains, Hall and Stair Carpets, Mattings, Bugs and Mats of all kind,. Oil Cloths, Mlith ftpltJlyoinlttAly,
trijUVJiSAJNjJ nuouiKXxno largest stocK of HilK. Tafleta. Lisle Thread and
SI 25. Best values in
ft BOn nnd 7Kc TCiil
and cable dye, 25c up just as fast at 25c as at
- " - - - : - ; - -
PABASOLS Immense variety, colored and black. "La Tosea" handles, long
Gloria Silk, gold mounted and natural sticks. Gold mounted handles, 51 up. See these.
SILK STOCK Some special bargains
weaves at 87Je and SI.
DRESS GOODS Daily additions. Latest productions in Black and Colored Fabrics.
.""Samples sent on request. Mail orders promptly executed.
MBGbcm&r nWBIlim .... .. . . . JH
And Which of Pittsburg's
Newspapers is the Best
Two difficult questions to
answer. Nevertheless we shall
attempt to find the correct
answers, and this is how We
propose to go about it: From
MAY. i to MAY 15 we shall
present to all purchasers who
will send or bring to us at
time of purchase a clipping of
our advertisement from one
of the papers, handsome sou
venirs, graded in value accord-
lngto amount of purchase.
The above souvenirs will be
placed on exhibition in our
Show Windows on May i.
We will positively not pre
sent a souvenir unless at time
of purchase a clipping contain
ing our advertisement is
handed to us. We must insist
upon tnis, as we propose to
keep a record of the whole
matter. No souvenir will be
given when purchases are un
We may, or may not, publish
the result of our experiment
That is a matter for after con
sideration. Fleishman & Go's.
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506 and 508 Market st.
P. a Watch for our ROSEBUD OPENING
In May. at29-D
Bob That's immense! Who's
Charlie Tour'e off this time. This is one of
Nicoll's $20 suits. He don't trust.
Bob Come off.
Charlie It's a f actl I saw his advertisement
and thoueht I would try what no could do.
This is the result.
Bob Say. meet me at noon; I want a suit,
guess I will try him.
Charlie All rlEht.
The above conversation was overheard on a
Fifth avenue car. It speaks for itself.
313 SMITHFIELD STREET,
Opposite New Postofflce.
jLU "I HVTT A -INSDRANCE CO.,
JZJ JLN Jt. Hartford, Conn.
Assets, January 1, 1837 !a,56S,(B9 60
ERWARDS & KENNEY, Agents,
OQ Fourth avenue Pittsbure.
sales in this
r,Hc are rirht. Vp wl ZZ
in k upnanrnpviT inn caeenfi ei rat
in a i m" j v
- 3 " " " f ..., v.,ja u..w
oprays, etc. uauzes, xtets, x,aces, Urnsimenu,
Jerseys la? ' 37Jio tip. Braided, smocked and pleated in black, colored and
senson. Embrnln'i.rprt R1.wl. n-.,... ., t?U,r, ti..j.j n. o an .- ii o .
Silk "Wraps, bended and 'lace-trimmed. In
") imMw uuu isuuurun s suits suu ureases.
vrnmrn In 11 h n ..: 1 -JM.w C. .-. i: -e. -- r."ri "T
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in Black Surahs, 75c, 87c and SI. 24-inch
V.ili.HAiut.?!1- Ui.3t. V " . . 4r . tm
We are here to keep prices
down. If we were not here
to do this, who can tell where
prices would go to? Judge
from these prices for
I2c Percales for 8lc yard.
i2jc Chambray Ginghams
for 9jc yard.
Finest American Sateens for
Challis, light and dark
grounds, for 6c yard.
Finest French Sateens
I2c. Dress Ginghams
60c Black Henrietta,
inches wide, for aqc yard.
$1 00 Figured Shanghai Silks,
28 inches wide, for 59c
$2.25 Faille Francaise for
$1 39 yard.
$2 50 Black Gros Grain Silk
for $1 63 yard.
50c Mohair, 44 inches wide,
for 49c yard.
60c Cheviot, 40 inches wide,
for 34c yard.
22-inch Printed China Silks
for 59c yard.
50c Henrietta Cloth for 34c
$1 50 Faille Francaise Silk
for 89c yard.
$1 00 Black Gros Grain
Dress Silk for 74c yard.
$1 25 Fancy Striped Surah
Silk, in new effects, for 79c
70c Black Henrietta Cloth
for 59c yard.
50c Colored Satins for 25c
Children, bring: your mothers to
our new House Furnishing: depart
ment (Basement), and get one of
those pretty Japanese Sites, free!
MORRIS H. DANZIGER.
SIXTH ST. AND PENN
our ability to undersell every
Cash or Credit Furniture or
Carpet Souse in the city? Jfyou
do, set your mind at rest about
this matter by calling at our-store
at once, and inspect our goods
and prices. Anything to
Furnish Your House Complete
or Clothe Your Family
is to be found here at a saving to
you of from 20 to 25 per cent.
CASH and CREDIT HOUSE,
923 and 925 Penn Ave.,
Nkab Ntsra Stbzet.
Open Saturdays till 10 p. si.
. RECEIVED DAILY
BY GEO. K. STEVENSON t CO..
GROCERIES AND TABLE DELICACIES,
SIXTH AVENUE. jaKB-jrwi
nava raan tha iawmaw h a ...;. -. j
? "q" r"rr. . ST -a . "J" a onf sl0C.K "complete, embracing; , ,
(w.acati aM rtUM UUUUCU. J. HO iar?eSL
etc. Larcre assortment Trimmed Hit.
Hats, trimmed and untrimmed. Lace Caps for
Suits we have a grand display.
Kd Gloves shown nnvwh-r-. fWK.nnlr.,1-n..i
.. w.uMjur hum oi jauej airipea ana
-handles, short handle
in fact everything
Black Gros Grain, SI and Si 25,
Staple and fancy weaves at close prices,
wtojr . . J tt .
i a ni Tn ni r n
tAM iu nnu. 1
Only Hat Store on Market Streak J
Near Fifth Avenue. Jj
Success in business has been ours.
This Is easily accounted for. We try to
please our customers in every way.keep
only reliable goods and name the lowest
possible figures. Oar stock is now
complete, comprising stiff, soft and
crush Hats of all colors and shapes.
Call and see them, as you are welcome,
whether you purchase or not.
431 MARKET ST.
Base Ban gratis with each Boy's Hat.
512 AND 314 SMITHFIELD STREET,
Transact a General BanMig Bnsmess,
Accounts solicited. Issue Circular Letters
of Credit, for use of travelers, and Commer
Available in all pat ts of .the world. Also isfu
For use In this country, Canada. Mexico, Wert
Indies, South and Central America.
For a DISORDERED LIVER
Try BEEGHAH'S PILLS.
26cis. a Box.
OF ftTiTi SKTTGGISTS.
ONEY TO LOAK -
On mortgages on improved real estate in sum.
ui i,uuu aua upwaro. Appivat
roh-34-p No. 121 Fourth avenue.
STEAMERS AND EXCURSIONS.
TORD DEDTSCHER LLOYD FAs3
1M route to London and the Continent;
Express Steamer Service twice a weefe from
New York to Southampton (London, Havre),
8s. Trave. May 1, 7 A K I Ss.EIbe. May IL2 r H
Ss.FuIda May 4, 8.30 AM Eider Jlay 14,530 A. X
Ss.L3hn. May 8. II A M I Hs.Aller.May 13, 8 Alt
First Cabin, Winter rates, from f 100 upward.
4 CO., Agents, Pitts.
2 Bowling Green. Heir
HEW YORK TO T.rVlTOPfWlT. Vt
TP WN, irKOll i?IEK V NOETH BV
FAST EXPRESS MAIL SEKVICK.
Auranla. May 4, S:30 a UIB3tlrala,Ur 2.11:30 AM
OMIlo. May S. 11 a M lEtrarta, MayM, 3TJL
tUmbrla. llay U,2:30 r ii I Aurants. Jane 1,7AM
Bervla, Myla.8AM Gallia. June, 9:30AJ
.This steamer will not carry steerage.
J These steamers carry flrst-eUj passengers only
f;aMn passage, teo. t and f loo: Intermediate
S. Steerage tickets to and from all parts ol
urope at very low rates.
VEKSON H. BKun N A CO., General Agent.
4 Bowling Green. New York.
J. J. MCCORMICK. Agent
li-ourth ave. and sSmlthfleld it., PIttsburj
BOYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS,
THE ONLY DIRECT Ll
Passenger Accommodations Unexcelled.
Prepaid Intermediate, J3U. Steerage, $19.
Passengers by this route are saved ther ex.
?ense and inconvenience attending transfer M
Jverpool or from New Yorfc.
J. J. Mccormick, or a. d. scorer t son.
Allanlio Express Service;
LIVERPOOL via QUEENST0WN.
3V,53A C.rciTY or BOME," from .Nr York,
WEDNESDAY. May t. May 29, June 18. July 21,
largest and finest passenger steamer afloat.
Saloon passage. Sffl) to 10O: second-class, p.
Steamers every Saturday from New York to
Cawn passage to Glasgow, Londonderry. Liver
pool, 50 and:?). Second-class. t5o.
Saloon excursion ticket at reduced rates.
Travelers' circular letters or credit and draft
for any amount Issued at lowest current rates.
books of tours, tickets or further Inform-
t AM? JS.SSXS?11,90 BROTHERS. N. Y.. or
Jsfe0010110 onrth and Smithfleld; A. D.
SCORER 4 SON. 4IS Smithfleld St.. HtUburgT-W-!
SEMr-LE, Jr., 105 If ederal St., Allegheny. B
To Glasgow. Belfast, Dublin
FROM NEW YORK EVERY THURSDAY
Cabin passage S33 to SM. according to location
of stateroom. Excursion SS3 to NO.
Steerage to and from Europe at Lowest Bate,
AUSTIN BALDWIN & CO.. General Agents.
M Broadway, New York.
J. J. McCORMICK. Agent, Pittsburg. Pa.
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IlIlMnfTrtmminiTt tn malanf- fmm tr, TMltfu...
III1PS fll 'I TI rYllTl ltlO M OlAlf ffitm in l?htu.n-
anil Ttnnn.t. nn w .a. ..- 1
Infants, in ereat variety, at lowest nrieea
cream. Misses' Jerseys Ladies' and Missed.
., . V "C"-Ja ,auJ Juisse i
things nnd special values, $3 to $12. In.
viuui ouiu, oraiaea panels, omy $y siut
ttm ni tJ ., ,. 7Tm
, . ." -""v."coiuwneresr
piain colored Hose, and the fast black, an-rr
new. Sun Shades and Umbrellas.
Satin Bhadames, MerveDIeaux, Bartheas and feat?