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THE PITTSBJJKG DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, 'MAT' ' 1, 1889:
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$43) LOADS OF ML
nd to the Picnic the Pennsyl
vania legislature is Tam? In.
EY TEACH KEW YORK A LESSON
the Manner in Which to Enjoy a Holi
day at the State's Expense.
HE! SING THEIR LITTLE CHORUSES
id Came Eren President Harrison to Gate la Amaxe-
xnent it Ihcm.
From their reserved seats opposite the
Fifth Avenue Hotel in New York yester
Ifly the members of the Pennsylvania Leg
itlature gave an exhibition of the clown
work they have been so assiduously rehears
ing the present session. Their concerted
spelling of the name of their State and
their manner of informing their favorites
tha. they are all right, brought forth thun
ders of applause from the crowds.
irSOH A STAFF COBBESFOXSKXT.l
.Kew Xoek, April 30. The Pennsylva
nia legislature sat to-day on the observa
tion itand opposite the Fifth Avenue Hotel.
The Connecticut Legislature sat beside
them, in the shadow of the big but tawdry
and flimsv arch that spanned the avenue at
that point. The Legislators were nearly all
in place by 10 A. M., and did not begin to
leave until after 4 P.M. Some remained
until after 6. A few-came later. Senator
Cooper was applauded when he arrived. He
raised his hat and kissed his hand in re
sponse. Hon. John Hose, of Cambria, also
received a hearty greeting, and when Lieu
tenant Governor Davies, Secretary ot the
Commonwealth Stone, and the Governor's
handsome private secretary, George Pear
son, arrived the handclapping was long and
The day was a very pleasant one. The
earlier portion was cloudy and cool. Later
the sun came out, and many of the Legisla
tors are red and bronzed from its effect. It
was just 1 o'clock when the President and
bis party passed the Fifth Avenue Hotel.
HOXOEED BY HABRISON.
The windows were filled with the wives
and other lady relatives of distinguished
people, but when the Pennsylvania Legis
lators cheered and vociferously spelled out
the .name of their State the President
ignored the waving handkerchiefs of the
ladies and the applauding crowds across the
way, and standing up in his carriage,
turned his whole attention to the represen
tatives of the Keystone Cormnonwealth,
to whom he made a series of elaborate bows
as his carriage passed. The Pennsylva
nians had been practicing on spelling the
name of their State in a chorus during the
morning's wait, and had it down fine when
the President passed.
'When the windows of the hotel first filled
up, and the balcony, freshly erected in front
of the second story, was decorated with the
fair sex, they made their first attempt of the
day and were granted a hearty round of ap
plause. They captured the attention of
every one, wherever thev tried it.
President Harrison lost something in
tended wholly for his benefit when he
turned his back on the beauties in the Fifth
Avenue windows and balconies to bow to
the vociferous Keystone statesmen. From
an upper window
A TOtTKC EAGLK "WAS SET FBEE,
and had it done its whole duty it would, of
course, have perched upon inequations
chief executive. But he was paying no at
JtesJioo. whatever to it, and probably feeling
hurt, it alighted instead on an awning, from
which it was soon rescued by a small boy.
After Uncle Sam's soldiers and sailors
, had passed, came little Delaware's show.
Then Governor Beaver and Adjutant Gen
eral Hastings, followed by the Governor's
brilliant stall, came under the arch, accpm
yanied by continual cheering. The Penn
sylvania called both the Governor and
the General by name, several times, and
once more spelled the name of the Com
monwealth in their loudest and most stac
The Sheridan Troop, from Tyrone, and
the old City Troop, of Philadelphia, fol
lowed. Then-came General Hartranlt, who
was heartily cheered, and his staff. Gover
nor Beaver acknowledged the applause and
The waving ot handkerchiefs by raising his
hat and "bowing as he passed along, but
Generals Hastings and Hartranft sat mo
tionless on their horses, in deference to the
ethics of military discipline. General
Gobin and some of the colonels of the
Pennsylvania division acknowledged the
cheers that greeted them with a military
EQTJATj to ant of them,
; In the rear of the first brigade marched
the Quay Invincibles, of Philadelphia, an
independent company of colored men whose
fine military bearing won them a generous
share of the applause that was being lavish-
- Jy dealt out The Eighteenth and the Four-
, teenth regiments were egual to any of the
"crack regiments in line, in the precision and
regularity of their movements.
Just opposite to where the Legislators
sat the double tracks of the street
car lines extended obliquely across
ithe street. These proved a serious ob
stacle to the soldiers, and in the
jrreat majority of instances destroyed the
., 'regularity of their lines. The tracks inter
Jered just as much with the regulars as with
, .-the State troops, and, if it is any satisfac
ition to the latter to know it, they crossed
, this piece of ground in no worse shape than
Uncle Sam's soldiers, and the Pennsylvania
troops, if anything, averaged better.
The most regular lines in the United
: States display were those of the boys from
the schoolship. The Legislators were quite
r generous in their applause.
CLEVELAND'S CEEEBFUT, SMTLE.
President Cleveland relapsed into an en
gaging smile, as cheerful as it was ex-
pansire.when they applauded him byname.
The 13 Governors'of the 13 original States
were applauded as they appeared, each at
the bead of the military display of his State.
Governor Fitzhugh Lee and Governor Hill
were probably honored njore than all those
in the list who came after Governor Beaver.
5 but the heartiest applause was reserved for
vxovernor jj oralcer, ol Unio. W hen ne came
in sight at the head of the
Ohio troops, the Pennsylvania Legis-
" lators nearly went wild. They cheered,
'" spelled the name of their State lor him, and
told him time and again that he was all
right, until he had passed out of sound of
their voices and into the other storm of
'" 'cheers that greeted him all along his way.
It seemed to please him immensely, and he
:, bovre'd to the right hand and the left, almost
''to his saddle bow. His movements were
-tfree and graceful, and quite a contrast to
the stately, dignified manners of Governor
Gordon, of Georgia, and Governor Lee.
DRESS TJKIFOBMS HATE A BOOM.
Battery B brought up the rear of the
Pennsylvania tipops, and looked as ready
Jfor active and Instant warfare as did the
whole division. But the heavy marching
worrier of the Kevstone State militia was in
ntsiichsharp contrast to the holiday attire ot
iT all the other troops, the regulars not excep-
ted, that the Legislators leel almost like
j voting the money for dress uniforms right
It was noticeable to-day that the Penn
sylvania Legislature did not tell the popu
lace of "New Tort and the visitors who
vOeoreeYashineton was. xne reason was
A that a band of cadets pausedright In front
, of their grand stand early this forenoon and
away uie mjonuauuu. juegiaiawr
Vnip i-1ij. .Iw.hi lA j4a tha Vnrnv fl.
,. vuucli hurt by the circumstance, and for a
ime coma naraiy oe restrained irpm tnrow
ng away the red, white and blue hatchet
t purcaasea to peat mae witn.
NOTES AHD MOTIONS.
Many Matters of Much and Little Moment
Patriotism and parade.
Bbass bands and bunting.
A Ooob thing to keep Your temper.
Wokm ot note I promise to pay, etc
James P. Withebow went East last night.
Qekeeaixt seeks his level The civil en
As excess of gratitude shows a lack of
Arson wants team of gentlemen. Some
people want the earth. ,
Geobge a. Kelxy and wife returned last
evening from New York.
Titeke's nothing like a banana peel to bring
a man down In public life.
Chicago Is inthe throes of German opera.
Chicago is pretty well, thank you.
If the Allies keep up this gait crowded seats
will welcome all their home games. "If."
Oklahoma means "beautiful land," and the
boomers find themselves beautifully landed,
Pittsburg can probably show up the big
gest crowd in the shortest time of any city In
"When this country gets through with a cen
tennial tbe centennial will be glad of its 100
Letters are turning tip from George "W.
showing that he borrowed everything bat his
Moixte An aphorism, dear, is tbe saying of
a man who has done the wrong thine and been
Rev. Father Regis Caj-kvim, of St.
Paul's Orphan Asylum, went to Philadelphia
Harrison is deaf in his right ear. This will
be news to tbe office seekers who thought he
must certainly be deaf in both.
With the holidays over, tbe brokers will
solemnly convene, and give an excellent imita
tion of a man earning his living.
The third anniversary of tbe opening of
Bethany Home, lis Center avenue, will be held
on Thursday at 230 and 730 p. k.
Patrick Welsh, a laborer at Moreheadi
McClean's blast furnace, had his right foot
burned by hot metal yesterday morning.
Foreman William "Wilson, of No. 12 en
gine company, is confined to his home, seri
ously ill from a complication of diseases.
Sir Julian Pauncefote says he rather
likes this beastly country, ye knaw. This
country isn't in a hurry to make her reply.
Wanamaker says a man should shrink
from intoxicants. This is hardly consistent,
since Wanamaker's goods shrink from water.
Ernest Murshauser, who was arrested
some days ago, was taken to Madison, Wis.,
lastnizht by Chief of Police Adamonson, of
Albert Sec, a 12 year-old boy, fell from a
coal tipple at the head of South Twelfth street,
yesterday morning, and fractured his leg above
John Collier fell from the porch of his
residence, on Pearl street. Sixteenth ward,
yesterday afternoon, and sustained a fracture
of his right thigh.
And now the ambitions citizen-farmer will
gallop all over his pretty garden beds to chase
out a measley neighbor's hen that hasn't ambi
tion enongh to scratch her own back.
Among the historical decorations was a flag
on the bouse of Sergeant Sill, of the Twenty
eighth ward station, on Mt. Washington, which
was made during the Buchanan campaign.
Rev. C E. Locke, pastor of Smith field
Street Methodist Episcopal Church, is just
home from a four weeks' trip through the
South, and will fill his pulpit next Sunday as
The fate of those English flags in New York
was courted, but not met, by a couple flaunt
ing rags on Fifth avenue. This shows that
Pittsburgers at home have more sense than
The report that an Oklahoma boomer died
in bed aronsed a tremendous lot of interest,
but quiet was restored when It was learned
that he died with his boots on, and the other
fellow preceded him just two seconds.
Wu. McKallt was arrested last night and
lodged in tbe Twenty-eighth ward lock-up for
trespassing at the Republic Iron Works. Mc
Nally was sleeping in the mill and refused to'
vacate when requested by the watchman.
Has an unfortunate public figured up that
at tbe next centennial the funny 400 In New
York will have increased to8.000T That is of
I course the legal rate, though perhaps they have
-priae 01 ancestry, ou$ no nope 01 posterity."
Rabelar's last words almost hit it: "Let
down tbe curtain, tbe farce is over." If he
had only said "pretense" instead of "farce."
Isn't there some philosopher willinc to die to
amend that saying? He can easily be spared.
The river pilots who run between here and
New Orleans propose to compel cheap men to
ouit or accept standard prices. These men be
long to the Kniehts of Labor, and receive 3125
for tbe continuous tnp, while the non-union
men do tbe work for SSO.
If Mark Twain would paste himself in his
patent scrapbook the enormous sale would ex
ceed even that of Rives' ridiculous rant. Twain
says he can remove freckles, but what the pub
lic wants is something to remove Twain. If he
writes another book, however, all will be for
given. Henry Herman was knocked down on
Ohio street, Allegheny, yesterday afternoon,
and his assailant escaped arrest by running
away. The two men had been fighting, and
Officer Alexander took Herman into custody.
While on his way to the lockup the prisoner
took a fit.
Allegheny Turners' Good Work.
Murphy & Hamilton will take the ruins
of the old Turner Hall, South Canal street,
Allegheny, away this week. They are go
ing to build a new hall for that society for
the sum of $26,300. The Turners are doing
a great deal of sanitary good in that city.
They take 400 children every day after
school for several hours to exercise and pre
vent them from getting in bad company in
streets and alleys.
When You Need
An Alterative Medicine, don't forget
that everything depends on the kind
used. Ask for Ayor's Sarsaparilla and
take no other. For over forty years'this
preparation has had the endorsement of
leading- physicians and druggists, and
it has achieved a success unparalleled
in the history of proprietary medicines.
"For a rash, from -which I had suf
fered some months, my father, an M. D.,
recommended Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It
effected a cure. I am still taking this
medicine, as I find it to be a most pow
erful blood-purifier." J. E. Cocke,
"C. H. Hut, Druggist, Evansville,
Ind., writes: "I have been selling
Ayer's Sarsaparilla for many years. It
maintains its popularity, while many
other preparations, formerly as well
known, have long been forgotten."
" I have always recommended Ayer's
Sarsaparilla as superior to any other
S reparation for purifying the blood."
U B. Kuykendall, M. D., Pomeroy,W.T.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Massi
Price $1 ; six bottles, $5. Worth $5 a bottle.
WHEN YOU ORDER,
BEWARE OP IMITATIONS
Attempts are frequently made to
palm off inferior Waters bearing
labels closely resembling the genuine
Mottles bearing the genuine ApoUi
naris labels are frequently filled
with a spurious article.
LOOK AT THE CORK,
-which, if genuine, is branded -with
the name of the 'Apollinaris Cok-
, pony, Limited, and the words "Apol-
Uxaris mimen"ar0tndan anchor.
WITH A BIG'TEOCKSSIOH
Louia Celebrated the Centennial of
St. Louis, April 30. Centennial day
was formally nshered in at 8 o'clock with a
salute of 100 guns, while every bell in the
citywas rung and every whistle on factory,
mill and steamboat was blown, the noise
being all that the arrangements committee
could have hoped for. At 9 o'clock services
were held in the churches. The feature or
the day's proceedings, however, is the
parade, which was one of the finest ever
seen in the West.
It was after 2 o'clock before Grand Mar
shal Gaiennie and his 1,000 aides got the
column in motion, and the estimate that the
procession would consume five hours In
passing a given point proved quite accurate,
for it was nearly 7 o'clock when the rear of
the parade passed the central part of the
city. In the evening a mass meeting was
held at Music Hall.
STOPPED BI HIGHWAYMEN.
Persnaded to Part With HU Wealth by a
Few Revolver KboU.
tSFXCIAt. TXLXQKAKTO TEX DISPATCH.l
Uniontown; April 30. As Silas H.
Myers, of Markleysburg, was driving up
the eastern slope of Laurel Hill yesterday
evening he was called upon to halt by two
men, and when he attempted to drive on
was checked by a shot from a revolver, fol
lowed by two more whistling past his ears.
He then threw out 5, all the money he had,
and they allowed him to drive on to Union
town. TO HAV CLEAR SAILING.
Government Building Yard Being
Cleared for a Great Arrival.
All the workmen occupied at the new
Government building were yesterday en
gaged removing the iron work and making
room for the new cargo of 10.C0O cubic feet of
granite which will arrive in town to-day.
It will take the men over a week to accom
plish the Job, but Superintendent Malone
thinks that it Is necessary In order to have
clear sailing when the work on the building Is
THAT FINAL ELECTKIC SUIT.
Solicitor Kerr Take More Testimony for
the Great Straggle.
Mr. T. B. Kerr, solicitor of the Westing
house Electric Company, returned from
New York yesterday. He had been engaged in
hearing the testimony in the great electric snit
which is now pending before the United States
Court between the Edison Electric Company
and the Westlnghoue people. The suit will
come up for a hearing here on May 17.
THE NEW GAS LINE.
Philadelphia Company' Greats 30-Inh
Condalt Making Ready.
TheFhiladelphia Company is now making
preparations to lay a new 36-inch gas line
from Lincoln avenue. East End, to Tilford
station, near the Murrysville gas field. The
line will be commenced on May IS, and it will
be six miles in length.
The steel is being rolled by Carnegie Bros. &
Phillips, and the pipe will be made by Riter &
Conley and James McLean & Co.
noitSFOED'S ACID PHOSPHATE
MakcR nn Invigorating Drink
With water and sngar only. Delicious.
The celebrated X. X. X. 1855 Pure Eye
Whisky, the finest in the United States, can
alwaybe had at G. W. Schmidt's, 95 and
9T Fifth Ave., City.
Goat and Dog Wagons.
Extra largeand strong wagons for dogs,
goats and ponies; also all sizes boys' wagons,
at Lauer's Toy House, 620 Liberty st
American dress ginghams from 12o to
25c a yard; large assortment; best patterns.
MWFSU HUGTJS & HACKE.
Smoke he best La Ferla del Fumar clear
Havana Key West cigars. Three for 25e.
G. W. Schmidt's. 95 and 97 Fifth Ave.
Ladles Are the Best Judges
On all matters connected with the toilet. They
have decided that Sozodont Is wbat they will
have. "When a woman will, she will, yon may
depend on'tj and when she won't, she won't,
there's an end on't." This accounts for the
popularity of Sozodont. WFSu
SINGER-GRAFF Tuesday evening, April
30, 1S89, by the Rev. George Hodces, Harriet
IxGLis,daughter of Matthew Uraff.to Robert
MCCLURKIN GARLAND Tuesday, April
30, 1SS9, at tbe-resldence of the bride's mother,
Hazelwood, by Dr.. H. P. McClurkln, assisted
bytheRev.J. K. McClurkln, AhhaAGab
lakd to Rev. A. W. McCluekin.
ALEXANDER On Monday, April 29.1889,
at 10-45 f. 11., James S. Alexander, aged 54
Friends are invited to attend the funeral ser
vices at tbe residence of his brother-in-law,
Capt. J. A A. Brown, No. 2 Rose st, at 2 P. it.
TO-DAT. Interment private.
GRAHAM On Tuesday, April" 30, 1889. at
7.40 a. M., James Graham, Sr., in the 79th
year of his age.
Funeral from his late residence, 41 Clark
street, on Thubsday at 2.30 P. m. Friends of
tbe family are respectfully invited to attend.
McMTJLLEN On Tuesday. Anril SO. 1RR9.
at 9 o'clock a. M., Dennis McMullen, in his
Funeral from his late residence, No. 141
Cherry alley, onTirrESDAT morninq, the 2d
Inst, at 8.30 o'clock. Services at St Paul's
Cathedral at 9 A. M. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend.
TLeadville, Col., Chicago and Cincinnati papers
please copy.) 2
PRELLER On Sunday, April 28, at 11
o'clock A. M., at his residence, 4035 Penn ave
nue, Chaeles F. Peellee, in his 58th year.
Funeral Wednesday at 2 p. m. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to at
SHANKEY On Tuesday, April SO, 1888; at5
A it, Robebt Shaneey, Sb., in the 78d year
of his age.
Funeral service will take place from his late
residence, No. 294 Robinson street, Allegheny,
on Thubsday, May 2, at 250 o'clock p. at
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
SHAFFER At tbe residence of his father,
Tennis st near Lincoln ave. E. ., at 850 A M.,
Tuesday.April SO, 1889, John P. Shaffeb,Jb.,
son of John P. bhaffer, Br., aged 18 years.
Friends are invited to attend the funeral
services at 3 p. m. Thubsday, May 2. inter
ment private 2
(Successors to Meyer, Arnold fe Co., LimO
UNDERTAKER AND KMBALMF.B.
Office and residence, 1131 Penn avenue. Tel
ephone connection. mylO-h53-irwF
JAMES M. FTJLLERTON,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Stbeet.
YTT- H. DEVOltK &SON,
Undertakers ana Embalmers and Livery Stables.
No. 512 Grant street near fifth avenue.
At the old stand line carriages for shopping or
parties or open at the most reasonable prices,
Telephone 22. mhls-86-wsa
CHOICE CTJT FLOWERS AND SMILAX
A. M. & T. B. MURDOCH,
r--i n SMTTHFIEIiD ST.
O-LU Telephone 428. deS-tt-MTVF
CHOICE FRESH FLOWERS.
JOHN R. & A. MURDOCH,
Telephone 389. 03 Sjothfiezj) St.
-pEPRESKNTED IN PITTSBURG IN USX
AS6BTS . Kf71,W63f.
Insnremca Ce. ef JV AmerHtu,
Losses adjusted and pattUWe WALLIAJ
WATTLES & iSHEAFER,
Since their removal to their new store, have
added RICH CTJT GLASB and FINE DEC
ORATED CHINA to their assortment of
goods. We have fine Game and Fish Beta,
Salad and Ice Cream Sets, Fruit Sets, Soup
Sets, Plates, Cups and Saucers, etc All strict
ly first-class and the very latest styles. Our
new number is
37 FIFTH AVENUE.
SIGN OF BIG CLOCK ON SIDEWALK.
COME and GET
the greatest bargains ever offered in these
Bankrupt Dry Goods
Silks, Dress Goods
Of the stock of J. R. ANDERSON, with
1,000 Pr. Lace Curtains
968 ROLLS CARPET.
T, M, IATI
138 Federal St, Allegheny, Pa,
We are headquarters for the original
ap28-wsu OPPOSITE WOOD.
MEN'S MEDIUM WEIGHT
For Between Seasons.
We liave a large range of quali
ties in super-weight Merino, Nat
ural Wool, Balbriggan and Silk
Shirts and Drawers, ranging from
50c each up.
We start a special bargain to-day
in Men's Unlaundried plaited front
Shirts at 50c each, our regular 75c
shirr, to close; sizes 15 to 17
Our Men's new Flannel Shirts
are beginning to arrive. Also, two
lines of real Scotch Cheviot Shirts,
beautiful patterns, stripes and
checks, at $2 each, just received.
Men's fancy Percale Shirts, with
two collars and one pair cuffs sep
arate, at $2 each.
Boys' fancy Percale Shirts and
Waisfs, blouse and regular style.
Ladies' Scotch and Silk Flannel
Tennis Sashes and Belts.
Gentlemen's -Hew Neckwear.
Band Bows, Tecks and Four-in-Hand
Spring Gloves Lisle, Silk, Kid
and Crape, for walking and driving.
Store open Saturday evenings till
HORNE & WAR
- This picture suggests the
daily family meeting around the
dining board. Hie Dining Boom
Furniture should therefore be the
most comfortable, artistic and
sense-gratifyittg in the house.
are the heirs of the designers of
all ages, embodying their best
ideas of form and practical util
ity, but with the superior advan
tage added of the lotu prices -which
modern woodworking machinery
and co-operative labor enables us
to give to our customers.
33 FIFTH AVE.
BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
40? and 408 Wood St
READ OUR PRICES FOR THIS WEEK.
CURTAIN POLES, BRASS TRIMMINGS IN
Cberry and ash 6 feet long, only 21c.
Children's high chairs, wood seat, only 60c.
Children's high chairs, cane seat with table,
Beautiful towel racks, plush faced, only SI.
Elegant waU pockets, decorated fronts, only
60 different styles, 8x10 frames, 25c, 50c, SI.
50 different styles arto types in elegant frames,
5 feet easels in ebony and cherry, only 5L
Pastels in oak, ejllt and nickel frames, only
Square black walnnt stands, only 51. '
Bronze lava statues, worth double the money,
51 to S2 50.
A large assortment Gents' Bags from SI to
Traveling baskets, work baskets ana lunch
baskets, 25o to $1 60.
112 piece decorated dinner Set, only $8 50.
68 piece decorated tea set, only $3 60.
Croquet sets (8 in box), worth ?1 60. only SL
Genuine Mexican hammocks, only 51 25.
Boys' sail boats, 15c, 25c, 50c
Children's iron rakes, hoes and shovels, onlr
Boys' iron velocipedes, $3 50 to $6.
Boys' painted wheelbarrows, 25c to 05c
Full line of boys' wagons and carts, 25c to S3.
We can save you from $2 to 55 on a baby car
riage and warrant it. A nice rattan carriage,
upbolstered, with parasol top, sold everywhere
for ES. our price So. Rattan carriage, lined with
silk plush, satin parasol, lace edge, only $12 50.
We are headquarters on house furnishing
goods. Call and examine our stock. Goods
delivered in any part of the city free of charge.
H. G. HAYD,EN & CO.
406 and 408 Wood St
ANCHOR REMEDY COMP'NY,
829 LIBERTY STREET,
J. B. Golden. 5102 Batlwr street.
city, says: "I was able to throtr
ftwnv mv ..nitnftua .ft., nftlnff AniL
'...J U.J V.U.V..V0 H..V. -.fc V..W-
half a bottle of tbe Anchor Rheu-1
matlc Remedy. I consider my cure
marrelous and heartily indorse
the remedy." Price 50c
We would be clad to have you
Cive the Anchor Sarsaparilla J. trial. 'Tis the
ideal blood purifier, and is especially adapted
enriching the blood and invigorating the sys
tem. Our Beef. Wine and Iron Is also meeting the
wants of the public 'Tisthe best tonic in the
market, and we confidently recommend it as
such. Our price of each 75 cents; six bottles SI.
THE AMERICAN FIRE
Total Assets, January 1, 18S7 52,801,858 68
EDWABDS &KENNEY, Ag'ts,
no FOURTH AVE, Fittsbure.Ta.
Telephone 760. is
. Every Department Teeming With Rare
MILLINER'S" DEPARTMENT Our sales in this department this season so far hare been the largest in our experience deservedly so, as onr stoclcis complete, embracing 3
the latest novelties in all branches, and our prices are right. We have everything desirable in Straw Hats and Bonnets. The largest lines of Trimmings to select from in Ribbons, j
Blowers of all kinds in Buds, Roses, "Wreaths, Sprays, etc. Gauzes, Nets, Laces, Ornament;, etc. Large assortment Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, got up , by expert trimmers and I
added daily. "We make no charge for trimming Hats and Bonnets bought of usMisses' Hats, trimmed and untrimmed. Lace Caps for Infants, in great variety,'' at lowest prices. -I
Visitors to our millinery display are cordially welcomed.
CLOAK ROOM Immense line of Jerseys in black from 37fc up. Braided, smocked and pleated in black, colored and cream. Misses' Jerseys, Ladies' and Mijse,' 1!
Blouses and "Waists just the thing for the season. Embroidered Shawls, Capes and Fichus. Beaded Capes, f3 60 to $20. Borne elegant things and special values, $8 to $12. In $
fants' long and short Cloaks. Cashmere and Silk "Wraps, beaded and lace-trimmed. In Suits we have a grand display. All-Wool Cloth Suits, braided panels, only f9. Silk ,. 4
Suits, black and colored, at lowprices. Special lines Missesand Children's Suits and Dresses. , -
LACE CURTAINS Another large direct importation, prices ranging from fiOc to $20 a pair. Choice new designs aadrare values, $1? ?1 60, 2,$2 25, $3 and 13 60 a pair.' W
These are undoubtedly the best bargains we have jet offered. New Curtain Laces, by the yard, 125c up. Curtain Scrims from 6c np, white and colored. Heavy Curtaia axl
Portieres, handsome patterns. Turcoman and Chenille. $3 60 a pair up. Tapestries, Fringes, Curtain Poles and Chains at low prices.
CARPETS Our stock is kept full, notwithstanding our heavy sales. New colorings and patterns from the best mills. Body Brussels, 75c. 80e, $1 and np. Tapestry Bra-'
sels, special values at 60c, 6Sc and 75c. Ingrains, Hall and Stair Carpets, Mattings, Rugs and Mats of all kinds. OH Cloths, all widths. It will pUase you to inspect this steeti- "
GLOVES AND HOSIERY The largest stock of Silk, Taffeta, Lisle Thread and Kid Gloves Shown anywhere. Our 5-hooked Real Kid Gloves, at 51. are sold elsewleraat ,
$1 25. Best values in a 60c and 76c Kid ever shown, in all the new ppring colors and black. Superior lines of fancy striped and plaia colored Hose, and the fast bhcioayxV.
and cable dye, 25o up jost as fast at 25c as at 81. , 1J?
PARASOLS Immense variety, colored and black. "La Tosc.i" handles, long handles, short handles in fact evervthinc new. Sun Shades and TTmhrellafTW .
lilQfia bilk, gold monnteu ami natural sucks,
I SILK STOCK Some special bargains
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wpayes at oijo auu 51.
DRESS GOODS Daily additions. Latest productions in Black and Colored Fabrics. Staple and fancy weaves at close prices,
) E5F"SampTes sent on request. Mail -orders promptly executed.
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TO-DAY WE BEGIN
Our unique experiment of trying to
learn if advertising pays, and in
which of the Pittsburg papers it
pays best to advertise. Any pur
chaser (whose purchase exceeds
J?i), will receive a valuable and
substantial present, if he of she
will only bring or send at time of
purchase a clipping containing our
By keeping a record of the clip
pings for'a month we shall know
which papers have brought us the
most customers, and consequently
which are the best advertising
channels for us.
To obtain this valuable informa
tion we are willing to spend a con
siderable amount in souvenirs.
The souvenirs are divided into
eight classes, varying in value ac
cording to amount of purchase.
dst class goes with purchase of. Si to S3
2d class goes with purchase of S3 to So
3d class goes with purchase of $5 to S10
4th class goes with purchase of.....,..S10 to $25
6th class goes with purchase of S25 to !50.
6th class goes with purchase of. ......550 to 5100
7th class goes with pnrchase of $100 to $200
8th class goes with purchase, of. $200 to $400
The above souvenirs will be
placed on exhibition in our show
windows on May i.
A complete list of the souvenirs
will be mailed free of charge to
any address. Write for it
Fleishman & Go's,
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506 and 508 Market st.
P. R-Watch for our EOSEBUD OPENING
This Trade Mark is on Our Windows.
LADIES, LOOK TO YJUR FURS
And bring them to us now for storage, before
tbe destructive moth makes further headway.
Seal Garments. Robes and Small Furs of
every description, stored and instjeed
AGAINST MOTH and FIRE.
N. B We are doing all tjb repair work
CHEAPER now, in order to keep our workmen
busy Qurin; tne una season.
LADIES' BEAUTIF OL ENGLISH SAILOR
YACHT HATS, just received per steamer
Etrnna from Mrs. A. J. White's London store.
Also, for men, in same shipment. Tress & Co.'s
and A. J. White's new and delicate brown
shades in Derby s.
441 WOOD STREET.
T ADIES SHOULD I2TVESTIGATE
Me, Kelloig's French Tailor System
of dress cutting. The only system in America
that cuts tbe Worth bias dart, front, back,
sleeves and skirts, without refitting. Lessons
not limited. School open day and evening,
644 PENN AVENUE. ap21
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uom mounted Handles, 51 up. acetnese.
in Black Surahs, 75c, 87o and $L 21-inch
We don't want to depend upon
your appetite for something start
ling to obtain your trade, but upon
your good judgment and our relia
ble goods. For that reason we tell
you precisely wnat we can do, and
expeot no deductions for exagge
rations found prevalent in other
No matter -whether a Suit or
Overcoat for a man, boy or child,
we make it a special point to have
all garments WELL MADE.
Something that will wear better
than it looks, in preference to look
ing better than it will wear, that
will not only please you when you
pick it out of the assortment, but
will prove its cheapness by its
Our Hat department is managed
on the same, plan, and the assort
ment of the season's novelties is
complete the prices low.
Tuilora, fflotMers aM Hatters,
161, 163 Federal St., Allegheny.
Kid Gloves bearing imitations of
onr Lacing Hooks are offered for
The genuine Foster Glove Hooks
do not catch in Fringe, Laces, &c,
nor accidentally unfasten.
All Glov'es with genuine Foster
Lacings are stamped
Demand them and tee that you get them.
BEWARE CP IMITATIONS.
F08TEB, PAUL fc 60.,
Is here. You will need curtains renovated and
carpets cleaned. There is but one place where
you can get them done in the best manner pos
sible, and that is at
ALLEGHENY STEAM. LAUNDRY.
Offices In Pittsburg, 443 Smltbfleld street, 1913
Carson street, and 100 federal street, Alleghe
y. Works, 353-369 Beaver avenue, Alleehe ny.
Telephone 1281. mh26-xwy
Black Gros Grain, $1 and $125. SaUnRhadames.'MervcHleanx, Barth"e aadfMMfjj
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JflW ABVEKHSBSOBm. j&S
We are here to keep prices!
down. If we were not here
to do this, who can tell
prices would go to?
from these prices for
t2jc Percales for Zc
i2c namDray ijingnamaj
for qc yard.
Finest American Sateens fot
grounds, for 6c yard.
Finest French Sateens
i2c Dress Ginghams
6oc Black Henrietta,
inches 'wide, for 49c yarcp
28 inches wide, for 59c
$2 25 Faille Francaise
$2 50 Black Gros Grain Silk1
for $1 63 yard.
50c Mohair, 44 inches
Cry a rr iMfn
w i.yv. jrcu... ,
60c Cheviot, 40 inches wide;
for 34c yard.
22-inch Printed China Silks
for 59c yard.
50c Henrietta Cloth for 34c!
$10 Faille Francaise Silki
for 8qc yard.
$1 00 Black Gros 'GrafaS
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 batms tor 250
Children, bring your mothers to
our new House garnishing depart
ment (Basement), and. get one of
those pretty Japanese Elites, freer
MORRIS H. DANZIGER.
SIXTH ST. AND PENN AVENUE
Ar,.n m 3-"
bead this racryj
IP YOU WAKT
THE TLACE 10 BTJZ IS
DAIN & DASCHBACH.
THE HUE N0"W.
To appreciate, tbe quality and beauty of C
our if urniture, seo that displayed dt an j
other reliable dealers of Pittsburg and A1-!
legneny oeiore caning on us.
To .gain tbe full value of tba bargains 'v)i
are uueriug, price uio axucies juu wanvr
elsewhere, then see ours. We have the
stock, guarantee perfect satisfaction, and w5
will sell you anything you require in our
line at prices bound to please.
DAIN & DASCHBACH,
111 Smithfleld St, Pittshnrg, Pa.
ll GOODS FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
all length switches worth to. reduced to W
Don't miss this opportunity.
Ladies, you all know MISS MARliJ LAND
ERS. the Hair Artiste, 25 Fifth are.. Hugo dt
Hacke building; upstairs. Take Sperbers el
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maQ7:x6A-lQO'FEDEBJ STREET, AT.T.TOBEKT.