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IQEIf ICAL PEOSPECT.
Me Probable Besnlts of Mr, Magee's
Victory in Lancaster.
trouble FOE THE QUAY CLAUS.
HTTe "Prohibition Election is the Cause of
R&XDIDATES FOE TEE SPEAKERSHIP
1FROM A ETAFT COMtlSPOSBElT.
HAEEiSBtrBG, April 29. Thepronounced
itriumDb of the Magee forces in Lancaster
jtconnty has set political tongnes to wagging,
Sand has given many yuay men a chill. The
labsence of Senator Delamater and Chairman
Andrews when the news came just as the
legislative excursionists were preparing to
start for Xew York, disposed tome to keep
quiet who could say a great many things
that would make interesting reading. There
is no doubt whatever that a square issue
was made between Quay and Magee, and
that on that issue and that alone the battle
was lost and won.
Quay men freely said it was the Bearer
man against the Pittsburg man, and before
the primary election ballots were cast the
Magee men were making no brags. But
they worked hard, and the result is a notice
to the National Chairman and his friends
that Sir. McDevitt, who ran against him for
State Treasurer, is yet alive: that Tom Coch
ran has not forgotten his deposition from
the chief clerkship of the Senate, and that
C L. Magee was not crushed by the ava
lanche that was supposed to have fallen on
him when Mr. Quay's legislative lieuten
ants declined to receive his acknowledgement
' X GLAJfCE AHEAD.
The question now is, will this thing be
.carried into the State Treasurership cam
paign for the purpose of defeating Mr.
, Boyer, or is Mr. Magee, merely getting
ready for the succeeding campaign, when a
A. great many Democrats think and not a
lew iiepuDiicans lear ion an wm not oe
well with the .Republican party tnis tall.
Some say that no matter what the result
may be on prohibition (and there is a
strong though quiet belief in its defeat) the
J Republican party will suffer.
The defeat of prohibition, it is held, will
carry a large number of the extreme tem
perance Republicans into the prohibition
party, and some of them are expected to go
so Tar as to cool their wrath in the Demo
cratic camp. A result like the latter, it is
anticipated, will also follow the defeat of
the liquor interest. There is every indica
tion, however, that the liquor interest will
not be defeated if Mr. Cooper can trump
the trick with his favorite high license
Then again it is hoped on one hand and
feared on the other that the manner in
which Mr. 'Wherry's anti-discrimination
bill and. his sinking fund reform have been
treated will cause a loss of many votes to
the Republican party. The Republican
party was distinctly pledged to a measure
of the former nature, and Hon. Henry
Hall, of Mercer, has not convinced even all
the Republicans of the House that Mr.
, Wherry is not at least partly right on the
1TOT THEIR PLAN.
The Republican leaders do not. however,
' feel like taking up reforms forced on them
by the Democrats. In making a choice be
tween two horns of a dilemma that is not the
t one they feel like choosing. With the Re-'-
publican party in this position it is not to
, Mr. Magee's interest to have a candidate in
" the field this lalL A defeat at that time
would be a deathblow to him. He probably
sees it in that light, as an astute politician,
and is merely fightingfor position.
" Shonld the party be seriously weakened
at the fall election, or should it be de
MMieted. the trouble will all be laid at the
taoorof Mr. Quay and his lieutenants, and
Republicans, as a measure of poetic justice,
J could do no less than turn to the Pittsburg
' leader to be their Joshua against the Dem
it ocratic Philistines. Mr. Magee, of course,
r does'nt want to be a Moses, for Moses
i did not enter the promised land. Mr. Ma
"gee would undoubtedly regret a Republican
defeat next November, but might be able to
reconcile himself to it as a blessing in dis
;guise. ". The Quay leaders, however, are not
asleep. They see the weak places and they
are preparing to strengthen them. The in--create
of the school appropriation to 2,000,
.000 proposed by Chairman Andrews is a
j- ivery politic move, as it will be very popu
lar in the rural districts. The Revenue
commission proposed by Senator Delamater
is designed to cause more pleasure in the
same and other directions. The commission
. to select a route for a canal to connect the
""waters 'of the lakes with the Ohio will not
rgive the immediate benefits of an anti-dis-,
$.' crimination law, but it is a move that in--
spires a feeling of hopefulness, and will
sjjj, i cause many to keep in line, while the agita
r ?tion is kept up, who might otherwise feel
iff " like breaking ranks,
r ' PLEJTXX OF COMMISSIONS.
Then again there is proposed a commis
si -" sion to investigate the iniquitous anthracite
S . coal combinations and report to the next
Jg Legislature. These things, with the excep
3j tion of the first, are merely promises for the
- '-future pledges which are not to be and
-j- -- cannot ee reaeemea umu alter a uovernor
and a new .Legislature are elected. By
means of them it is expected to hold the dis
contented in line.
RhnnM tlipfiPTilpdcrocTint h clrnTiff ennn)i
to hold them to the Republican candidate
for State Treasurer this fall the succeeding
- Republican State Convention will see a
"&-fight for supremacy between Magee and
i-"Quay which will be equally as interesting
,S as was the famous Mon tooth fight, and the
struggle at the primaries throughout the
- State by the rival chieftains to name their
- '" nivn tn.n fnw tliA T.OfficloftiVP ritl K ..
gle worth knowing all about.
TTnn TT.nnf 17a 1 1 f UfaMia. .vim.. V. m
i strong ally of C. L. Magee in future con
tests, when the present .Legislature as-
1-1-3 IT TT.ll 1 t 1 luL.
je wHSemuieu our. Ami uu wukeu va as toe
JBSfnext Speaker." His popularity has waned
not so solid as at the beginning of the session
witn "the powers mat be.
THE JUDGES' SALABT BILL.
" -- His last insubordinate action was his very
"pronounced opposition to the judges' salary
increase bill, when he came very near carry
. ing the House with him. Just previous to
uthathehad strongly advocated an appro
priation of $3,000 lor the purchase of the
jjjSmnH'e handbook copyright from Tom
"Cochran. Some people say that llr.
Cochran paid less than $500 for it As Hall
cMV irpnt flnvn nUipr pflnfiiatpa fnv fliw
.mwy.-. T ""r '-- -.. v .uv
mexr'opeaKersaip loomea up.
,g.Mr. iiardicK, or JicKean, has been
pushed forward by others, and is the most
prominent now in the race against Mr.
'irrXM "KC- TtilltnrclT. nf Ttrl,:(
."hasaa mind to try it if re-elected to the
JSCouse, and so has Mr. Brooks, of Philadel-
" phia. : The Quay leaders are discouraging
none of these candidates.
. There are some who think Mr. Hall has
sued up the situation and is not averse to
r helping Mr. Magee at the proper time. At
any rate his actions, though undoubtedly
shared bv his ideas of right and wrone. are
leading him away from the present Repub
lican management, and away from that
leads logically to Magee. Mr. Hail may
not really love Mr. Magee more than he
does Mr. Quay or Mr. Andrews or Mr. Del
fixnatpr "Km in nnlitics love it not aIitavh
j. the ruling passion.
But the situation ia yet very much
iSTlMf YTtlt ... .. 171lln.r TI7a.fl
tnc or . .M.i .. w..
AXTOOBA. Anr!i M The entire west-wall of
tbe Mounuin City Theater building swayed
suuruj aer noon to-day m answer to a terrmc
I "AV? no fell Into tbe adjoining auey.
Obn VV. Seller, a fvA1 I? wpnt-a van ano-rit fv
the tsillnir bricks infintlT VUImL a cam.
mittee of experts pronounced the walls per
fecUy safe only a lew weeks ago.
TheAlIescd BCcCIellaodtoirn Robbers Aro
Escorted to Jail General Satisfaction
Over Their Arrest All the News
From Kenrby Towns.
ISrXCUI. TM.EC.ltAM TO TBX DISFATCH.l
Someeset, April 29. The ten persons,
seven men and three women, captured on
Sunday nearMarkleysburg, Fayette county,
supposed to be a portion of the gang of Mc
Clellandtown robbers and desperadoes, were
brought here to-day in charge of Sheriff
Kyle and a posse of 40 men. The prisoners
are accused of committing the outrage upon
Christian Yoder, near Meyersdale, a few
weeks ago. Two of them had been previously
arrested, but escaped.
On Saturday last ex-Sheriff Kyle, of Meyers
dale, organized a posse. The rendezvous of the
outlaws was located two miles from Markleys
burgandsurrouned. On Sunday evening, the
party seeing they could not escape, surrendered.
They were taken to Confluence, placed on a
midnight train and arrived here this morning.
The whole town turned out and escorted the
prisoners from the station to the aU.
The names of those captured are: Charley
Lewis, Jack and Maurice Sullivan, Decatur
Tasker. Manna Thomas, Clarence Anderson,
Bill Hill and wife. Net Sullivan and Louisa
Teats. vVhen Tasker was being handcuffed be
said: "I wish I had fought until you bad killed
A telegram from TJniontown says: Much sat
isfaction is felt hTe over the arrest of the al
leged McClellanotown outlaws, and the com
munity will rest easier now that their great
sconree has been removed. "While their great
est escapades were committed In this county it
seems nothing but right that the county that
had men with nerve enouph to arrest the ban
dits should have the satisfaction and also the
reward for convicting them.
THE MINISTERIAL IDEA.
Caatle Pastors Are Not In Favor of
Knndny Ttmpernrce Meetings,
rsrxcut. TELrGBAii to tub dispatch.i
New Castle, April 29, The ministers of
the various city churches have caused the fol
lowing to be published in the local press, which
is presumed to be aimed at the somewhat
numerous Sunday prohibition meetings:
The pastors of the New Ctstle churches hereby
express their convictions that the Increase of
public rneetlnps on the Sabbath beyond the regular
established services and the giving orother lectures
or entertainments on Wednesday evenings, do
frreatly retard the Interests of religion and weaken
the divinely appointed means of grace In family
and church life, and do hereby declare their pur
pose not to take part in suca services nor an
nounce them from the pulpit, except when they
shall have previously agreed to do so, and do also
earnestly request the members of (he church to
co-operate with ns In guarding the Lord's Day
against such innovations, and In keeping that
he uses to
aar ana w ennesaav evening sacrea to tne uses to
which they are set apart. This action Is Intended
solely for luture guidance. ! o reflections on the
motives or doings or any person in tne pas; is in
tended. ABDUCTED BY TRAMPS.
That is the Benson Given for the Disappear
ance of a Young Lad.
rSFECIAX. TELEGRAM TO THE SISFATCS.1
Pakkeksbueo, "W. VA., April 29. Lutio
Enell, the lS-year-old sou of John Snell, who
resides in this city, has mysteriously disap
peared. The child is believed to have been ab
ducted by tramps. False clews have been fol
lowed for days, and the child's mothei is in
despair. Yesterday two tramps and a boy
were arrested at Grafton, and while under ar
rest the boy confessed that they had enticed
away from this city a little fellow who answers
the description of the Snell boy, but that they
had lost mm someplace between Grafton and
This is the only clew of any kind yet received
of the lad. A brother and sister of the missing
boy reside in Pittsburg, but they report that
that they have heard nothing of him. It is
feared that the little fellow has been left by
his abductors in some ont of the way place and
that he has died from exhaustion or sickness.
A HUNGARIAN RIOT.
One Man Probnblv Fatally Injured and Then
rSFXCIAX. TELEGRAM TO THE DISFATCH.1
Gbeeksbubo, April 29. Last evenlng'a riot
was inaugurated among the Hungarians at the
Donnelly Coke "Works, near Stonerville, and
Bertie Sabose, one of the Huns, was so badly
Injured that he will probably die. The Huns
bad been drinking freely all day, and In the
evening; a general fight ensued. Some party
unknown threw a double bitted ax into the
shanty where Sabose was, and it struck him ou
the head, the keen edge entering the skull to
the depth of an Inch.
After the assault someone broke Into his
trunk and took 1150 and.a bank book. Sabose
is in a critical condition. The officers are look
ing for the Huns.
THE OLD OFFICERS
Will Conduct the Special Prohibition
Election on Jane 18.
IPPECIAL TELEGEAM TO THX DISPATCH .1
. Washington, April 29. It having become
a question as to who should hold the special
election on the 13th of June next, Hon. J. R.
McLain, Senator from this county, made in
quiry on the subject from Charles "W. Stone,
Secretary of the Commonwealth, who replied
that he was clearly of the opinion that the
election should be held by the officers elected
in February last, the act of 1S71 providing for
the officers elected in February to conduct the
elections for one year.
BURNED TO DEATH.
The Fearful Fate of a Lady Nearly 80
Yeara of Age.
DATTON, April 29. Mrs. Susan Blnkley, aged
79, living with her daughter, Mrs. James Lantz,
in Xenla, burned to death in awful agony this
morning. She was sitting by a crate fire alone
when persons in the next room beard the old
lady scream, and rushing in, met a horrible
sight, the old lady being in the middle of the
floor and on fire from head to foot. Every
stitch of clothing was burned from her body,
and in terrible suffering she died two hoars
Red-Nosed Mike Must Swing.
Philadelphia, April 29. The Supreme
Court to-day affirmed the judgment of guilty
of murder in the first degree in the case of
Michael Rizzolo, the murderer of Paymaster
Uarriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
(GeorgeP. Helsel Pittsburg
J Jennie btrosnider. Wanesburg
Margaretba Rltz Allegheny
(Herman Frailer All gheny
J Lena V. Hutchinson Allegheny
Sit. E. Singer ...Wllkln6burg
1 Harriett J. Graff. Pittsburg
(George Schade Pittsburg
Jjlary E Fry. Pittsburg
("William A. Kltcber. Chartlers township
1 Annie E. Walton Mt. Washington
5 John Johuson HcKeeiport
Minnie iorastram McKeesport
(Johnl). Wlekmann Buffalo, M. Y
I Anna Hoff. , Allegheny
( Charles "Weldmann Allegheny
Fannie McCoy AUegheny
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"For a rash, from which I had suf
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(William F. Watti: ....Braddock
J Annie D. Thompson WUklnsbnrg
. i ... .Collier township
(John Lundy,, , , Union township
Ann Qulnn , ,.... "Washington county
(Jacob Weraie...,.. , ..Pittsburg
1 Celle Fackler... Chartlers township
(James A, Clark tJsSurg
Sadie B.Younklns Pittsburg
(James Burns Braddock
1 Maggie llcCartln..,.. Braddock
( William Peiner McCandless township
J Lena Warring .". Boss township
(William G. Paubenmeyer, Bochcster
lEmmaZorn, ,...,.. .Beaver JTalls
( Emll Hallgren Alliance, O
Martha M. bherwln Braddock
( William H. Taylor , Baldwin township
lArametta F. Watson Baldwin township
( William E. Uready., ,..., Pittsburg
lEttle M. Smith.. Omaha, UeD
(James Mahaffey .....Tarentum
IMary E. Pratt Tarentum
(Charles B. Frletset Allegheny
jKafi Jordan , r... Sbarpsburg
( David Davis. ,.ispurg
Catharine Schneider .....Turtle Creek
( Michael Kooney Pittsburg
lEHa Welsh...... Pitlsbnrg-
( William J. RnbenEteln , Allegheny
I Jennie F. McKnlght Allegheny
f Albert Thlemecke Pittsburg
I Lizzie Michel Pittsburg
MITOHELIi-HTJNT April 23, 18S9. by Rev.
George B. Van Waters, E. J. Mitchell and
LtjcyHuht. Both of East End, Pittsburg.
BRATJN-On Sunday, April 28, at 8J5 A. H..
Joseph Beatjn, aged' 51 years S months 25
Funeral takes place from his late residence.
TTo. 156 Brownsville road. Twenty-seventh
ward, Soufhside, on Tcesdat at 830a. h.
Friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend. 2
BYRNK At the residence of his mother,
Mrs. A, M. Byrne, 102 Fulton street, Pittsburg,
at 7:15 a.m., April 29, Thomas J. Bybne, In
the 23d year of his age.
Interment Wednesday, May I, at Browns
COLSTON On Monday. April 29, 18S9. at
12.30 A. M.. George Colston, member of Com
pany A Sixty-third Regiment, Pennsylvania
volunteers, aged 47 years, 2 months and 23
Funeral services at his late residence, 104
Forty-second street, on Wednesday, May 1,
at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family and the
Knights of Maccabee are respectfully invited to
CATJGHEY On Sunday. April 28, at 6 JO A.
M., at his home, Sheridan station, Ed wabd
Cauqhey, in his 69th year.
Funeral onTUESDAY, at 2 P. M. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend.
TTATlRTRnn Mondav. Anrll 29. at 1 P. M
Ltllie May. daughter of Henry and the late
Sarah Jane Harris. In the 20th year of her age.
Funeral services at the family residence.
Orphan street, Twenty-first ward, on Wednes
day, May 1, at 2 F. M. ,
KENNEDY On Sunday. April 28. 1889, at 4
p. M., Maby. daughter of Daniel and Johanna
Kennedy, aged 3 years 8 months.
Funeral from the parents' residence, Forty
ninth street and Plum alley, on Tuesday,
April SO, at 4 P. M. Friends of the family are
respectfully Invited to attend. 2
KUHL On Saturday, April 27, at 235 A. M.,
J. H. Kuhl, aged 45 years.
- Funeral from his late residence at Freedom,
on Tuesday, April 30, at 2 o'clock. Friends of
the family are respectfully Invited to attend.
LYONS On Monday, April 29, 18S9, at 5
o'clock A. m., Owen Lyons, aged 67 years.
Funeral from his late residence, Chartlers
township, on Tuesday, April SO, to proceed
to St. Jatnes R. C. Church. West End, where
requiem high mass will be held at 9 o'clock A.
M. Friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend.
AIARTIN On Sunday morning. April 28,
1889. at 2 o'clock, at West Penn Hospital, John
Mabtin. aged 25 years.
Funeral service at W.H. Devore's undertak
ing rooms. Grant street, on Tuesday, Anrll 80,
at 2 p. M. Friends and members of the B. of
R. R. B. are cordially Invited to attend the fu
neral. ISteubenvillB papers please copy. 2
MoKEE On Sabbath day, Aprll28, 1889, at 1
A. m., John R. HcKtce, Sr., In his 57th year.
Funeral services aV the family residence
Roup street, near Fifth avenue. Twenty-second
ward, Tuesday, the 30th at 2 p.m. Friends
will please omit flowers. Interment private at
a later hour. 2
O'NEILL On Monday, April 29, Mrs. CATH
abtne O'Neill, aged 73 years.
Requiescat In pace.
The funeral will take place this (Tuesday)
Afternoon at 2 o'clock from Mercy Hospital
to St. Mary's Cemetery.
PRELLER On Sunday, April 28, at 11
o'clock A. M., at his residence, 4035 Penn ave
nue, Charles F. Pret.lkr, In his 58th year.
Funeral Wednesday at 2 p. m. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to at
THOMPSON-On Sabbath day. April 28,1889,
at 530 a. m., Robert W. Thompson, aged 90
Funeral services at the residence of his son
in law, Thomas B. Moreland, Esq., 218 North
Hiland avenue, E. E., Wednesday, May 1, at
9:30 a.m. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend, 2
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A, G, CAMPBELL & SONS,
710 PENN AVENUE. 710
Between Seventh and Eighth sts. ap2S-Tursu I
sales in this
department this season so far have been the largest in our experience deservedly so, as our stock is complete, embracing
t. We have everything desirable in Straw Hats and Bonnets. The largest lines of Trimmings to select from in Ribbons,
tirices are richt.
167 and 169 FEDERAL
DOES ADVERTISING PAY?
And Which of Pittsburg's
Newspapers is the Best
From MAY i tp MAY 15
we shall present to all pur
chasers (whose purchases ex
ceed $1) who will send or
bring to us at time of pur
chase a clipping of our ad
vertisement from one of the
following papers, handsome
souvenirs, graded in value ac
cording to amount of pur
chase. A complete list of the sou
venirs will be mailed free of
charge to any address. Write
Clip our Advertisement
from any of the following
papers and it will entitle you
to a souvenir, if presented to
us when you make your pur
chase. DAILY ISSUES:
DISPATCH, Tixnea, Post, Telegraph,
Leader, Press, Freiheits Frevmd, Volfee
blatt and Beobachter.
SUNDAY DISPATCH, Sunday Leader,
Sunday Traveler, East End Bulletin,
Labor Tribune, The Traues Journal, Ea
form and Sontagsblatt, Presbyterian
Banner, United Presbyterian, Methodist
Becorder, Christian Advocate, Catholio
Workman, Opera House Program, Bijou
Program, Academy of Music Program.
Fleishman & Go's.
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506 and 508 Market st.
P. a Watch for our ROSEBUD OPENING
B y a thoroagh knowledge of the natural laws
which govern the operations of digestion and
nutritlon,and and by a careful application of the
line nronerties of well selected (
:tea uocoa, j
;ocoa, Mr. Ei
has pro rided our breakfast tables with a
cately flavored beverage which may save us
many heavy doctors' Dills. Itis by the judicious
use of such articles of diet that jt constitution
may be gradually built up until strong enough
to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds
of subtle maladies are floating around us ready
to attack wherever there is a weak point. We
may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping our
selves well fortified with pure blood and a prop
erly nourished frame." Civil Service Gazette.
Made simply with boiling water or milk." Sold
only in half pound tins by Grocers, labeled thus:
Jas.Epps &Co. rionZSa
MONMOUTH CO., NEW JERSEY.
Sea Girt is practically Intact as one property,
while perhaps one-third of Spring Lake re
mains unsold. The two places are so well
known as Summer Resorts that details are un
necessary. Maps and data will be exhibited to
possible buyers. A fine opportunity for capi
talists or a syndicate. Several of the hotels
and a nnmber of the Spring Lake Improved
lots can be iacluded In the purchase.
Apply to SAMUEL B. HUEY, Attorney for
owners. Nos. 615 to 660 Srezel Building,
X ADIES SHOULD INVESTIGATE
Mme MIoie's Frencii Tailor System
of dress cutting. The only system in America
that cuts the Worth bias dart, front, back,
sleeves and skirts, -without refitting. Lessons
not limited. School open day and evening,
6M PENN AVENUE. ap21
MLLE. E. DE.EYER.
NO. 644 PENN AVENUE.
IMPORTER OF FRKNCH MILLINERY,
Trimmed Bonnets and round Hats.
Mourning a Specialty.
B. & B
Tuesday,- April 30.
Stores Opeaill Day To-Day,
For the accommodation of
our many jrtenas jrom a ais
tance who will visit Hie city
to-day every department of
our stores will be kept open,
with every facility for accotn
modating. even the most unex
Special pains havebeen taken
to have a large number of ex
tra attractions in every line of
goods. We are well satisfied
with the result of our efforts,
and feel a pleasant pride in
saying we were never so 'well
prepared for a large extra
Our leadership in Silks, if
ever questioned, must now pe
conceded by all. Our special
purchases for this weegs sales
include goods selling at half,
and even less than half price.
Thousands of yards of In
dias 45c up to $2.
Our 6$ cent Indias are ac
tuator 2$ goods. Other bar
gains in the same proportion.
Our 50 cent Surahs (on
special Silk table No. 1) are
genuine double Warp Surah
Silks, worth 75c and Si.
Our 85 cent Faille Fran
caise are worth -pi 25.
Our 85 cent La Impera
trices are worth $1 25.
Our 60 cent Gros Grains
are worth $1 (full line of
Our Chains yesterday received an addition
caicmatea to open tne eyes 01 Bargain ouyers
a choice lot of finest French (Freres Koech-
linl all-wool Chillis (only in stripes at SO cents.
This quality goods ordinarily sells at 60c and
A rarity which but few show a Challis of
such extraordinary quality of printing and fin
ish that it sells readily at 70 cents.
Challis down to S cents.
Ginghams fine imported Zephyrs, 15 cents.
Novelties at20 cents. Finest Scotch Zephyrs
Greatest of alL Fine Imported India Cash
mere Printing BaHnes at 15 cents.
Plenty of other offers as good In Satines.
This Satino Department is a hotbed of bar
gains. Many specials' in Dress Goods Departments.
Did you ever see a fine, double width, all-wool
imported Foule sell at 80 cents? We are doing
it. Unfortunately you have only a choice be
tween four shades of dahlia; very desirable,
Many other bargains waiting your service.
Cashmeres and Black Goods tell the same
story. Completeness and 'cheapness are tha
Can only direct you to the Wrap and Snit
room. Are you too busy to make up a dress
this spring? Come to ns and we'll fit you.
Gingham Suits. $7 50 up.
Satlne Suits, S3 00 up.
Well made, all-wool, braid trimmed suit, 910.
Cloth, Cashmere, Henrietta, Black Silk and
Lace Suits, all prices to finest.
Many specials in Wraps and Jackets.
Take Lace Curtains home with you.
Uorit make a failure of
your visit by failing to visit
115, 117. 119. m
Federal Street, Allegheny.
THE FATHER OF
, (Geo. Washington, born February
In honor of the celebration to
UlilUUU V UtUt5 IKUHU1KLVU M
WILL GIVE AWAY FREE TO-DAY
as a souvenir of the event) a '
MAGNIFICENT LIFE SIZE PORTRAIT
(with Biographical annotations engrossed in portrait
OF OUR FIRST PRESIDENT
TO EVERY PATRON.
EVERYONE INVITED TO COME AND OBTAIN ONE.
About what you think you'd like In the way of a spring Suit No need
to waste time thinking about it if you'll come in now and see our Suit
counters, piled higher than you can reach with everything that s new and
everything that's stylish; you'll decide the matter very quickly, especially
when you get our irresistibly low prices.
Our f 5, $7,
Are populkr with the working classes, because these prices are such a
any man can afford to pay. Low as these figures are, the suits are iafl
all patterns, shades and colors
choose from. ,
V Out $12, $15, $16 and $18 Suits
are marveis ior tne money, i ou
domestic ana jmporieu assimeres, urxsczews, vaeviois, tvnipcoras,
Worsteds, Diagonals, etc., in handsome and stylish broken plaids, stripes,
checks, mixturtss. etc. Each suit
elegant manner ajid are honestly worm from 53 to $j more money. We v
know they cannctbe duplicated outside our store nnder from 15 to $23. 1
that's new in Boys' Clothing -will
our store. 11 you re lnieresieu in
tne Deautirui, tne styizsn, xne auraDie, uoc cneap, can mis -ween, ana see
wrint we ran show Von. Anv fashionable style, any reliable aualitr. anr'
price, in long or shorfr-pant suits, kilt
we'll show it-
SAILOR SUITS at
Sizes 4 to io years. Every suit elegantly made and trimmed.
JERSEY S-'UITS at $2 25, $3 and $4.
In the popular blue color; sizes 3 to 7.
ONE-PIECE KILT SUITS at $2, $3 and $4.
In plaids, checks, stripes arod plain colors. See them.
TWO-PIECE KILT SUITS at $3 50, $4 and $5.1
Ligtit, gay colors, lovely mixtures,
KNEE PA1TT tSUITS at $3, $4 and $5.
Sizes 4 to 14. Belt suits in fancy
meres, of desirable materials and well made.
LONG-PANT SUITS at $5, $6 and $8. .
Best of materials, latest styles; cartas
and trimmed beautifully.
OUR MAMMOTH HAT DEPARTMENTS
Leads 'em all for best goods and low prices. Lots of sales and little
profits keep this department hummi.ag right along. Splendid qualities
SILK HATS from $3 50 to $7.
Men's spring Derbys, latest shapes and styles, in black and liihtlj
Prom 98c to $3 24.
We can afford to sell cheaper thjra other concerns, as we buyj
larger quantities, cash down; that's whete we nail bargains every tira
and thaf s how we give everybody the benefit of best goods at lowest'
'A beautiful Portfolio presented
ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
S PII Vlt V V NMMINSipj
- UUvlll U auu lu vuu WUIU WHlS
22, 1732; died December' 14, 1709)
- day of the Centennial of- the Inang .
1Mb 1U J-lbaiUbUI. Ul Ulb U1UHU
PUZZLE YOUR BRAINS
$8 and $10 Snits
and you have thousands of suits tol
nave cuoice irow sons in, nrst-cxass 1
is trimmed, made and finished in as"
be found on exhibition this week atjl
xos iiumiog; ji you re. la quesc,oi-
suits or single pants. Name it aid '
$3, $3 50 and $4.
checks, broken plaids, stylish stripes.
plaids, Cheviots and striped Cassi-
carefully as any Man's suit; ,raadJ
with every purchase this week;