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i HOME HOMAGE.
Several Impressive Incidents
of the Day's Doings,
EXCLUDING A GOOD PARADE
s in tne East End, Tboutfi tbe One
Down Town Was Small.
SPLENDID JUBILEE OP JUVENILES,
3 "With Glowfng Speeches, Both in Allegheny
Parks and at Silver Lake.
FINE FIREWORKS AM) DECORATIONS
Pittsburg always honors her distinguished
Visitors. To the memory and fame of one
of them she yesterday paid a tribute. In
this instance, however, the personage had
been something more than a mere visitor
to "the forks at the head of the Ohio."
The name of George "Washington is so inter
Troren with the early history of Pittsburg
and Western Pennsylvania that many peo
ple love to speak of him as one oi the found
ers of the city. The appropriateness of
yesterday's celebrations in Allegheny
county were therefore felt by every gray
haired sire every mite of a school girl.
The tribute came from the hearts of the
people. It was hearty, bnt not imposing
pretty, but not gorgeous. The street parade
in the old city was quite small; that in the
East End was somewhat larger, yet both put
together would hardly make a respcctablf
sized political demonstration in a Presi
dental campaign. Decorations of flags and
bunting on the streets and house-walls were
not profuse. Yet they uere tasty and
showed off well.
MOBS EEEES THAX SEEN.
But the streets were filled by immense
throngs. People in holiday attire crowded
every corner, every car and every point
of observation. The unanimity with
which tne big iron and steel works
were shut down was an evidence
of that loyal feeling. The Vulcans brought
Venus downtown. The rich, the poor, the
strong, the weak, all seemed bent on a day's
pleasure out ot doors. The crowds kept in
constant motion, and by 3 r. 1L, when the
bright sunshine chased away the chilly
gloom, the avenues presented the appear
ance of one vast promenade.
The national salute on the cannons at the
arsenal, fired at noon by orders of the
Secretary ot "War, and the cannonading in
the Bast End and on the Jlonongahela
wharf in the afternoon and evening, and
the ringing of church bells, were the loud
est noises of the day. The booming echoes
died away in the songs of thousands of pub
lic school children in the Allegheny parks.
The jubilee there in the afternoon was a
At night the public meeting in Grand
Central Rink, reported elsewhere, furnished
farther opportunity for the people to dem
onstrate their heartiness. ,
THE SIABCHEBS AXD nBEWOBKS.
V" rs being Americans to the high
. ,-e, nan i-eeourse'to that close of all
American patriotic anniversaries the sput
ter, fizz and boom of a bic display of fire
works. This was in two sections; one on
toe Allegheny river, downtown, and the
ether on Black Horse Hill, in the East
Getting down to details, here is about all
there was of the parade in the Old City:
The column was formed on Second avenne
shortly after 2 o'clock, and moved along Smith
field street to Third avenue, op through the
Sill district, down 'Fifth avenne and then
marched over to the jubilee in the Allegheny
Sarks. The parade was beaded by Grand
aster Patterson, Past Grand Masters S. tl.
Shaner, A. & Smith and O. K. Gardner, Major
It M. Woods ana R. T. Thimpson. of the uni
formed rank American Mechanics. The Wash
ington Infantry, Captain Shannon, acted as
escort, with three officers and 31 men. Follow
ing this came Washington Commandery, Amer
ican Mechanics, Commander Cooper, 30 men;
' Pittsburg Commandery No. 4, Commander
Cooper, SO men; Lincoln Commandery. Com
mander McMillan, 25 men; Bainbridge Com
mandery, Knights of the Golden Eagle. Cap
tain Powell, 22 men: Sheriden Sabers, of Wii
kensbnrc. Captain Smith, 28 men; First Regi
ment, Select Knights, A. O. U. W., Colonel
.Rowan and 210 men. The First Regiment was
jSedq. up of Pittsburg Legion, Commander
t-aLewls; 8partan Legion. Commander Andrews;
Central Legion. Commander Doran: Duanesne
Legion, Commander McKee; Humboldt Le
gion, Commander Muhl: General Meade Le
gion, Commander Strcib; MonOngabela Le
gion, Commander Dosch, and Bellerue Le
gion, Commander Reynolds.
THE SUBURB LEADS.
An East End Procession Composed of Ttallr
3,300 Marcher Great Crowds Ont to
See Them Fine Decorations.
N The East End is full of patriotism. That
was evinced yesterday by the manner in
which the citizens turned out to view the
centennial parade, and the profuse and
handsome decorations of the residences and
business houses along the line of march.
Prom Hiland avenue to the Hbmewood
Park along Hiland, Penn, Prankstown and
Lincoln avenues, "Walnut street, Station
I street, Shady Lane, and on almost all ot
a. the cross streets, nearly every house showed
bright signs of the feelings of its inmates.
Many of the decorations were elaborate and
alLof them were based on the American flag.
i There was a great turnout of people. The
r Sidewalks were crowded and the windows,
porches and housetops that looked out over
t, the route were filled with spectators. The
people came from all parts of the East Lib
erty valley and from the towns along the
Pennsylvania Itailroad, while there were
many who had turned their backs on the
, city proper and gone out to see what the
East End could do when it really tried.
Mi The parade was well worth going to see.
t, There were 2,500 men in line, mojt of them
in tasty uniforms, and the column was
handled excellently. There was no strag
gling, no loose ranks, but the line moved in
a compact body from the time the command
to march was given until it moved into
Homewood Park. The column was formed
on Hiland avenue, and at 1:30, with a salute
of 13 guns, fired by a detail of United States
troops from the Arsenal, moved up that
street in the following order:
Detail of 20 Policemen, Lieutenant Orth.
Altoona City Band.
Canton Plttsbnre, No. 18 Patriarchs Militant,
Chief Marshal Elliott McCall, Adjutant Gen-
eralXA-Batchelor. Chief ot Staff
J. E. Morris and 80 Aids.
ftrand ArfflT Band.
. J)e Wolf Division No. 65, Knights ot Pythias,
P nron-.Il rvirnpt Hani!.
mXcCaU Division, No. 0, Knights of Pythias,
. 80 Men.
ixz ITBST DIVISION.
Marshal George W.'McCutcheon, Adjutant
General George S. Fnlmer. Chief of
BUS John W. Qriest and a Aids.
K Twelfth Ward Drum Corns.
BIppey Post No. 41, G. A B-, Lawrenceville,
Braddock Drum Corns.
larper Post No. 18L G. A. R-, Braddock, S
McPherson Post No. 117. Q. A. B-, East End,
JB.'L'HoImes Outle, K. of the M. a No. 10, 60
r EECOSD nmsios.
Banlel Bohanan; Chief of Staff, S.D.
Warmcastle and S3 Aids.
American Castle No 220, K. of the M. C, 25
Morehead fc McCIeane Brass Band.
John Gray Council, Jr. O.U.AM., 128 Men.
Laurel Council No. 126, Jr. O. U. A M., 60 Men.
Americas Council No. 218, Jr. O. U. A. JiL, 30
Wilkinsburg Council No. 82, Jr. O. U. A. M., 60
General Marlon Council No. 151, Jr. O. U. A
M 150 Men.
Eureka Drum Corps.
Eureka Council No. 38, Jr. O. U. A. M., 75 Men.
Castle No. 2, K. of the M. C, 60 men.
Marshal, Joseph L. Wright; Adjutant General,
George H. Hawksworth; Chief of Staff,
Joseph vVattand 20 Aids.
Patriotic Sons of America, 30 Men.
Amencus Cornet Band.
United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Jolneri
No. 165,150 Men.
Acme Cornet Band.
Armenia Lodge No. 417, Dutch Order of Hari
Gari, SO men.
Homestead Brass Band.
East End Conclave Royal Arcanum, No. 276,
' ' 60 men.
American Legion ot Honor N o, 396, 60 men.
J. B. Nicholson Council No. 6S5, L O. O. F., 60
Pittsburg Castle, No. 110, K. of the M. C.
Oakland Castle, No 23, K. of the M. C 60 men.
K. of L. Drum Corps.
Saratoga Council No. 202. Jr. O. U.A M75 men.
Hogan Drnm Corps.
John J. Davis Castle. No. 12, K. of the M. 0.,
Castle No. S3. K. of the M. C. 25 men.
Duquesne Greys Band.
Keystone Invinciblcs, Castle No. 1, K. of the
M. C, 25 men.
Putnam Council, No. 125, Jr. O. U. A M 150
General Custer Council No. 238, Jr. O. U. A M.,
Lincoln Council, No. 175, Jr. O. U. A M., 150
The procession marched up Hiland ave
nue to Steuart street, countermarched and
passed to South Hiland, thence along "Wal
nut street, Shady Lane, Prankstown ave
nue and Lincoln avenue to the Homewood
Park. There was the utmost enthusiasm
displayed along the entire route and the
fancy manenuvers of the drilled bodies on
Hiiand avenue were liberally applauded.
The Canton Pittsburg, of the Odd Fel
lows, carried a very handsome flag and
banner which were presented them lately
by J. B. Nicholson, of the East i.nd.
THE PKETTIEST PORTION.
The Children's Jubilee In Allegheny Attracts
30,000 Spectators An Animated Scene
The school children's jubilee in the Alle
gheny parks, yesterday afternoon, was one
of the largest affairs of the kind that has oc
curred in the parks for many years. The
crowd that was in attendance filled the en
tire west end of the park between the lakes
and Sherman avenue, and was estimated all'
the way from 25,000 to4O,000 people.
The time fixed for the jubilee to commence
was 2:30, but long before" that time the people
commenced to come from all directions and
poured into the parks and filled np the space
around the music stand until it was a solid
mass of humanity.
One-half of the circle had been roped off
for the school children. The children from
the North, South, Hancock, Eorbes, Moor
head, Howard, "Wickersham, Allen, Bed
ford and Kiverside districts from Pittsburg,
to the number of 1,500, met at the corner of
Sixth avenne and Liberty street, and,
headed by the Great "Western Band, went
to Allegheny by way of the Sixth street
bridge in neatly decorated wagons. They
entered the parks from the Ohio street side,
and occupied the southwest quarter of the
space around the stand.
The Allegheny children, numbering in
all 2,765, met on North avenue and entered
the parks at Palo Alto street. There were
in all 4,265 children in the parks.
SOX&S AND SPEECHES.
Assopiuas'ine mue iolk. nau an ussem
Vlci the Great "Western Band ascended the
music stand and began to play a medley of
national airs. During the meeting which
followed, the children bang "Hail Colum
bia," "Star Spangled Banner," 'Bed,
"White and Blue," "The Battle
Cry of Freedom," and "America." Each
pupil carried a flag and when singing
waved them high above their heads, mak
ing a beautiful picture. The contrast be
tween the red, white and blue flags, the
budding green trees in the park and the
bright dresess of the children was remark
able in its effect.
James Hood called the meeting to order
and introduced H. P. Ford as the Perma
nent Chairman. Bev. T. J. Leak then
offered a fervent and patriotic prayer, after
which Mr. Pord said:
We are assembled here, this afternoon to
celebrate the Centennial of George Washing
ton's inauguration. The fame of Washington
stands apart from every other in the history of
the United States, shining with a truer luster
and a. more benignant glory; with us his mem
ory remains a national property, where all sym
pathies throughout our widely extended and
dignified empire meet in unison. Under all
dissensions and amid all the storms of party.
his precepts and examples speak to us from the
grave with a paternal appeal: and his name, by
all revered, forms a universal tie of brother
hood, a watchword of our Union.
After a selection by the Great "Western
Band, the speaker of the day,Hon. Thaddens
D. Kennison, of New York City, was intro
duced and said:
I am gratified that I have been asked to ad
dress the citizens of Pittsburg and Allegheny.
This day has a significant and peculiar interest
to j ou. as your city has an early association
with Washington and his early actions. It was
ON THE SITE OP PITXSBUEG
that Ft. Duquesne was built, and it was in th
first expedition against this fort with Brad
dock that Washington displayed all that
which afterward made him a great general and
leader. You must not expoct me on this occa
sion to enter into a history of the life of
George Washington; and if I did I could add
nothmg to the glory of his name. A grateful
people will never underrate the spotless charac
ter of that great man.
It was for the Constitution that this morning
we nnited in humble prayer and thanked the
Almighty God for our prosperity under it. We
are guaranteed freedom of speech and religions
liberty, and one of the greatest blessings we
enjoy is that there are no privileged classes in
this country. Did you ever consider the Im
portance of that freedom ? Look to England
with its Kings, Queens, Lords and Dukes I
Thank God we have no such thing here, where
every man Is an uncrowned King and each in
dividual is the equal of the other. We are,
therefore, happy under these conditions. There
are no limitations here and Congress is forbid
to make any established church. Free religion
is guaranteed to every man. woman ana emia.
I want to say to lou in dosing, see to it that
the liberty, contentment and peace which shine
from every face here to-day be transplanted to
our descendants, and a century hence, when
our descendants look back, they have as great
reason to rejoice for the work of their ances
tors as we have of ours, and give to them a
government of the people, for the people, and
by the people, preserved in all its brightness,
"While the jubilee was in progress, the
guests of the Centennial Committee and the
Reception Committee occupied chairs on the
stand and viewed the Select Knights' parade.
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The jubilee features of 'the Centennial cere
monies were at least a success.
AT S1LTEE LAKE GEOVfi.
Tho Mass Meeting Under tho Trees, and
Who Addressed It.
Shortlv after 4 o'clock the East End pro
cession filed into Silver Lake Grove, at
Torrens, and the mass meeting and chil
dren's jubilee in commemoration of the In
augural Centennial was commenced, A
vast crowd was present; the grove was
filled. The pupils of the .Nineteenth.Twen
tieth, Twenty-first and Twenty-second wards,
numbering about 300, were ranged "along
one side of the platform, the balance being
occupied by spectators. The platform was
handsomely decorated. ,
The meeting was called to order by Mr.
"William Phillips, President of the General
Committee, and the Kev. E. D. Hammond,
of the Shady Avenue Baptist Church,
opened with prayer. The song, "Hail
Columbia," was then given by the school
The Kev. C. V. "Wilson was Introduced,
and made an inaugural and historical ad
dress. "Washington's inauguration, he said,
was but the beginning ol an experiment, the
constitntional form of government then be
ing very much doubted and feared. The
young nation he compared to a voung mar
ried couple setting up housekeeping on
nothing but trust in Providence.
Following Mr. "Wilson was the song "The
Star Spangled Banner" by the children;
then an address from Major "W. C. More
land, the silver-tongued City Attorney. 'He
pictured in glowing language the launching
of the first nation to depend on a government
of the people, and said: "Grand and sublime
rise before us the men who made the day we
celebrate one for the whole nation to be
J.J. Miller, was the next speaker. He
said: "There is no North, no South, no Ger
man, no Irishman; but we thank God all
are Americans." He then spoke of our
great country, the heritage of 60,000,000
people, pictured its glorious past and glori
ous future. In regard to the future, how
ever, he said that it would be well to keep
an eye on that future, for vigilance is the
price of success. America, he remarked,
cannot afford any longer to be the dumping
ground for paupers and criminals, adding:
"We cannot afford to have our little Scandi
navia here, our little Germany there and
our little Ireland yonder; but we must be
'Americans, from the crown of our heads to
the soles of our feet. He closed witji reler
ence to one of the grandest Americans of all,
Apoem, "Then and Now," was read by
J. "William Pope, and the children sang the
'Bed, White and Bine." The AUoona
Band, stationed in a summer-house, inter
spersed the proceedings with several pleasing
Mr. George Finley concluded the pro
gramme with an address on the progress of
the nation from 13 States and 4,000,000 peo
ple to a nation with 42 States and 60,000,000
people. He spoke of the resources of the
country and the many privileges enjoyed by
its people, laying particular stress on the
free schools and the necessity of keeping
This concluded the exercises, and the
large audience dispersed. The celebration
was in charge ot a committee of 100 of the
most prominent men of the Bast End.
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We'll cap them all with
Wanamaker's low prices.
Sixth street and Penn avenne.
Nearly i.ooo styles to select
from to make-to-order.
EASY TO FIND.
Only Hat Store on Market Street,
Near Fifth Avenue.
Success In business has been ours.
This is easily accounted for. We try to
please our customers in every way.lceep
only reliable goods and name the lowest
possible figures. Onr stock is now
complete, comprising stiff, soft and
crush Hats oj all colors and shapes.
Call and see them, as you are welcome,
whether you purchase or not.
iU MARKET ST.
Base Ball gratis with each Boy's Hat
PHOTOGRAPHER, 18 SIXTH STREET,
A fine, large crayon portrait $& 60; see them
before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets, $3 and
U 60 per dozen. PROMPT DELTVERX.
MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL
Repairing a specialty.
103 THIRD AVE., near Wood St.
Telephone 851. PITTSBURG, PA.
FOR SAIiB BT
ELEISHMAtf & CO.
504 TO 508 MARKET ST.
THE LARBEST FACTORY
,IN THE'WORLO. JjTf&
ASS "? "lM
?& jfcr aeons mm
7 A MASS
of the Clothing buyers of
gomgonat Js-aurmAiMiN&'. you'U imd your fnenctt-aaa
neighbors there, and the business of the meeting under?fuj
headway. - The object of this unusually large gathering;
customers is to attend -the sale of the 100,000 worth.
Men's and Boys' fine Clothing recently closed out
KAUFMANNS' at a great
Tour own judgment is
TO PROTEST AGAINST
your failure to take advantage of this golden opportunity
to buy fine spring Clothing at from one-half to two-thirds
its regular value. Your especial attention is called to the
Men's elegant Dress Suits at $12, the Men's nobby custom
made Pants at $3, the Boys ' long-pant Suits at $8, and the
Boys' short-pant Suits at 3 embraced in this sale. These
wonderful bargains will produce an excitement that will be
equaled only by that caused by
last week And, this will be no matter of surprise when it
is considered that every one of these garments is honestly
and truly worth from 33 to 50 per cent above their prices.
KAUFMANNS' bought the goods ridiculously cheap, and
are now selling them on the same basis. Their patrons
will desire the lion's share of this fortunate deal, while
N they themselves will be satisfied with their usual very
modest percentage. In conjunction with this extraordinary
offer a great Sho -z sale is
To Take Place
at KAUFMANNS', and it will be well worth your while to
attend it Here are some of the bargains: 900 pairs
Men's good Calf Shoes, in lace, button and congress styles,
at $1 50: 650 pairs Men's improved English Waukenphast
Shoes at only $2 50. 475
Calf seamless Dress Shoes at only $3. 1,200 pairs Ladies '
first-class Pebble Goat Shoes at only $1 25. 500 pairs
Ladies celebrated Walk Well Shoes at only $1 98. 625
pairs Ladies' fine Cur. Kid, flexible Shoes, at only $2 50."
If you want any of these bargains you had better come to
I I I m m I
or as soon as possible, otherwise you may get left out in the
cold. But, read on. KAUFMANNS' Furnishing Goods
department, too, is presenting its array of attractions.
Spring Underwear now has the call, and KAUFMANNS'
are prepared to meet any demand. Fine Balbriggan striped '
Undershirts and Drawers at 39c, or 75c per suit. Real
French Balbriggan plain Undershirts and Drawers at 49c.
200 dozen"Men's seamless brown Cotton Half Hose at iocy
a pair. 125 dozen Men's fine French Balbriggan fancy
Half Hose at 19c a pair. Nobody should fail to see these
bargains at KAUFMANNS', Fifth avenue and Smithfield
BE SURE AND COME.
WHAT IS MONEY WITHOUT HEALTH.
Health, Energy and Strength secured by otlng
AHORANDA WAFERS. These wafers are 4
guarantied sfecittc and the only reliable and
safe remedy for the permanent cure of Impotency,
no matter hair Ions standing, Nerrons Neuralgia
Headache, Nerrons Prostration caused by the use
alcohol or tobacco, Sleeplessness, Mental Depress.
ion,6ofteninffof the Brain resulting in infinity
and leading to misery, decay and death, Prematort
Old Age, Barrenness, Spermatorrhoea, Harrassing
Dreams, Premature Decay of Vital Power, caused
by OTer exertion of the brain, self-abuse or orei
Indulgence. 73 cents per box or six boxes for
$4X0, sent by mail prepaid on receipt of price.
Six boxes Is the complete treatment and with
eTery purchase of six boxes at one tune we will
WRITTEN GUARANTEE TO REFUND IHfc HUNfcl
If the wafers do not benefit or effect a permanent
cure. Prepared only by the BOSTON MEDICAI.
INSTITUTE. For sale only .by JOSEPH
FLEMING k BON, 411 Market Street. Pitts
burgh. Pa., P. 0. Box 37. to whom all communi
cation should be addressed.
OFFICES. KW PENN AVE
All forms of Delicate and Com-
pllcatedDiseases requiring Cok-
fidenttai. and BCIKrrinc
Medication are treated at this Dispensary with
a success rarely attained. Dr. S. K. Lake is a
member of the Royal Collece of Physicians
and Sdreeons. and is the oldest and most expe
rienced Specialist In the city. Special atten-,
tiou given-to Nerrons Debility from excessive
mental exertion, Indiscretions of youth, etc.,
causing physical and mental decay, lack of
esponaency, etc: also uancera, um
Bores, Fit. Files, Rheumatism, and all diseases
of the Skin, Blood, Langs, Urinary Organs,
etc Consultation fre and strictly confiden.
d. Office hours to4 aad7to 8P.X.:Sbb-
,y,3to4P. x.only. Call at office or address
K. IiAKB, M. D., M. B. C. P. B.. or n. J.
B. K. Lake,
9 f I IM ttft Cv
uaMUlllilig Ui 1
Pittsburg and Allegheny is now
sacrifice to the manufacturers.
pairs Men's genuine French ht?t
814 r-ENN AVENUE. FITO3BUKCJ, PA
As old residents know and back flies of Pitta,
burg papers prore. is the oldest established and
most prominent physician in the city, dorotlng
special attention to all chronic diseases. From
SSSST NO FEE UNTIL CURED
MCDni IO ana mental diseases, physical
IMLn V UUO decay.nerrousdebility.Iackoi
energy, ambition and hope. Impaired mem
cry, cusoraerea signi, sen-aisirusi, nainiuiness.
dizziness, sleeplessness, pimples, eruptions, lm
Dorerlsbed blood. failinzTowers.oreanlo weak
ness, dyspepsia, constipation, consumption, so.,
munj meperson 102
riage, permanently, 1
fitting the person for business, society and mar-
r, saieiy ana priTaieiy coreo..
BLOOD AND SKIN SSSTS:
blotches, falling hair, bone pains, glandnkr
swellings, ulcerations of tongue.moutb. throat
ulcers, old sores, are enred for life, ana blood,
poisons inorougniy eraaicaxea irom wesysiem.
IIRIMARV kidney and bladder derange-
Wllilinil I 1 menu, weas uacK, giarei, ca
tarrhal discharges, inflammation and other
prompt relief and real cures. - -;;
Dr. Whlttier's life-lone, extensive experieacV
Insures scientific and reliable treatment ..oa
common-sense principles. Consultation free.
Patients at a distance as carefully treated as if
here. 'Office hours 9 a.m. to 8?, x. Sundiy,
10 A. 2C, to 1 7. M. only. DR. WHITTILR. SU
Penn avenue. Pittsburg, Pa. apSOlX-Muvk.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE
LOSS OF MEMORY.
l"nll nartlcslars In tumnhlet
sent ftee. The genuine Grays
iipecmo soia oy arnrn oni j in
yellow wrapper. Ifice, II per
n&fkxir nf iv fnrL or or mall
vr . . on r-eipt 0f price, or aaaress-j
ng THE GKAT MEDICINE CO., Bnffala. a. 1
SOia in rilXSDUrg DJ 9. 3. UUIilidJl. corner
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