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PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, OCTOBER " 1889.
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The Fragrance of Flowers Filled the
MUCH TO THE DELIGHT OF WOMEN.
A Wedding Canopy and Keception Eoom of
flowers and Plants.
THE DIBPLAI WILL CONTINUE TO-DAY
Flora reigned supreme at the Exposition
yesterday. It was flower day, and the fair
goddess numbered her Totaries by the thou
sand. All through the day and evening
the foyer or the main building, which has
been set apart for floral displays, was
thronged, and the elegance and elaborate
ness of the designs, contributed by several
of the leading florists of the two cities, was
the subject ot much and gratified comment.
A bridal canopy, the ground work of
which was smilax and the framework of
Puritan and La France roses and yellow
carnations attracted attention. Beneath it
stood a frie Dieu of white and red carna
tions. Opposite was a fire place, the grate
of which was filled with red carnations,
while the mantel piece was banked with the
new Duchess of Albany roses. The bridal
bouquet was composed of lilies of the vallev
and nephetis roses, one bridemaid's boquet'
or peri aes jaraen roses, one of apa
Gautier and one of Catherine Mermet roses.
Another exhibition represented a reception-room.
The lace curtains of the bay
window of the drawing-room were almost
hidden from view under an arrangement of
delicate asparagus tenuissinius, smilax and
Xa France roses. The tiling of the fire
place was represented by a beautiful ar
rangement of red and white carnations,
while the mantel-piece was banked high
with La France, Mermet, pearl, Bennett
and brides roses. A centre-piece was a
large cylinder composed of crocuses, palms,
ferns, white, red, yellow and pink roses.
This elaborate floral display will be con
tinued throughout to day and to-night, with
many additions promised. The attendance
yesterday was large and fashionable, the
fair sex preponderating throughout the
Musical programme for to-day. Afternoon:
PART 12 O'CLOCK.
1 March "King Karl" Eilenberg
2. Descnntion "Russian Carriage Song"
3. Selection "A Night in Granada".. Kreutzer
4. Waltz "tn Passant" Vagoolgyi
5. Patrol The Darkies" Lansing
PABT n 4 O'CLOCK.
1. Overture "Raymond" Thomas
2. bnanish Fandango "Pearl of Madrid"
8. Medley -1 he Jollv Minstrel" Krooks
4. Fantasie "The Hunt" Boh
B. March "Pittsburg Exposition"
. Jolin Gerncrt
PABT L 7 O'CLOCK.
1. Polonaise, "Presidental". Lonsa
2. Selection No. 2., "Oifenbachiana"
3. Medley Overture, "A Brass Monkey"..
. waltz, "Danube Waves" Franovici
5. Characteristic, Chinese March...Beadorville
part n. 9 o'clock.
L, Overture. "Die Diebische Elster"... .Rossini
2. Grand Descriptive Piece, A Trip to
Coney Island" Moses
3. A Hunting Scene (bv request) Bacalossi
4. "Murmuring of the Forest". Bonillor
5. Galop, "Tally-Ho" Biernstein
tnred bv Bair A Razisun limited. No. S6 Third
I and No. SI Second avenues, and exhibited just
opposite the main entrance in Mechanical Hall,
are perhaps the most novel and finely finished
machinery In that building.;
Parties familiar with machinery will be in
terested in seeing them in operation.
THE STRIKING FEATURE
Ot X C. Crognn'a Opening.
A SOUVENIR OP THE PABIS EXPOSITION.
The marvelous vase of the Louchet ware,
which took the prizes over all competitors at
the Paris Exhibition, is so beyond anything
ever seen here that one involuntarily holds the
breath. This vase. No. 4521 in the Paris cata-
", stanas some three ana a nan ieev "s"i
the base, a square of cream and white veined
Mexican onyx, with heavy gold plated carved
feet; the standard in the same elaborate cold
work seems to resemble a wide flaring bell, upon
which rests the urn, or bowl of the vase. The
ground work is a bluish white, toned off
into cream or ivory. The picture on one side
represents three cupids disporting themselves
in the air. -two of them dropping flowers from
a basket, fit enly for such gods, while the cen
tral or third waves aloft the torch ot hymen;
the messenger dove watching for the minute
in which he will bo sent to the fair "ladye"
unon whnm thniv 1-hnnp-ht.a nxn centered: turn
ing the vase upon its swivel concealed in the
gold bell, the cupids and dove are found play
ing all kinds of pranks like the tricksy spirits
they are, around the "ladye" as she half re
clines on the flower-strewn ground. Above
the bowl on which are depicted these two ex
quisite scenes, rises the long sweeping neck
of the vase, with its double curvature. Here
begins an entirely different mode of ornamenta
tion; these are panels of applied gold leaf,
growing from the base up, alternating
with those pendant, on the principle of stalag
mites and stalactites. Tboselike stalagmites are
in scrolls and floriated designs, like finest etch
ings, and are on the cream-tinted ground; the
stalactites stand out boldly in traits and flowers
on a dense white ground above is a heavy col
lar of gold alternately dull and bright, support
ing the flaring top ot vase. Two Amphitryons
serve as handles. The gold work of the stand
ard, the rim, the handles,is first of solid bronze,
of superb workmanship, with heavy plating of
gold, that a century hence will be as bright as
to-day. Louchet, a Pansian by birth, has his
factory in Paris, and has created a revolution
in ceramics. The vase rests unon a handsome
Louis XIV. pedestal of Mexican onyx. Assur
edly handsome nr it would not serve to hold the
There are other specimens of this ware in
smaller forms, and of wondrous beauty, that
must be seen at once before they are caught by
purchasers hunting absolute novelties.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
Jos. Eiehbanm & Co., 4S Fifth Avenue
Quite marked changes have been made in
this charming exhibit, under North Gallery.
Portieres of bamboo strings, linked with amber
beads, separate it from neighbors. Au ex
quisite bisque statuette of a Normandie
pecheur stands upon a handsome bronze pedes
tal at the entrance; this fisherman, holding the
end of the seine net from which he has iut
squeezed the water, looks the picture of happi
ness. Bolique waro decorated, and specimens
awaiting the artists' brushes, are in many
dainty forms; very beautiful is the toilet and
xnanicnre set combined in one case, the
backs of brushes, soapcase, etc., all of
clouded amber highly polished; banner stands,
easels and bookrests in gilt or gilded
bronze; artists' alpinestock sketching um
brellas; broad embossed leather frames
in delicate colorings for cabinet photos; vari
ous styles of the art printing done by this firm;
foldlnc cases for photos, all of India silks; and
that most useful of modern inventions, the
"Gates' adjustable table," without which, no
home is complete. By means of springs and
screws, the table may be placed at any desired
height; may have the top pushed over until the
edce is right over the standard, that an invalid
may breakfast upon it in bed at ease; or by
lowering one side it becomes au easel; or in its
normal position it is at will, a work or card
table; it can rest flat against the wall, and take
up no room. They mar be had in plain or
elaborate stvles of Eichbaum & Co. One
thing is indubitable, and that Is, that every
lady shanld possess one, for it is one of the
best articles exhibited.
Mellor & Hoene, 77 Fifth Avenue.
A splendid opportunity is given at this fine
exhibit to examine the renowned Hardman
pianos, which are favorites with both amateurs
and professionals. Of massive construction,
grand tone, perfect action and the faculty of
"staying in tune," the Hardman pianos have
onlv to be seen and heard to carry con viction of
their value and desirability. The Krakaner
pianos, too, have a large popularity, as have
also the Kimballs; Indeed, all of these makes
have their strong adherents; only those who
don't know a fine instrument when they see It,
could feel anything but satisfaction in looking
at these superior pianos.
Palace, Cbaso and Chicago cottage organs
carry themselves bravely in their brincb. and
are delicious examples of what may be accom
plished in reed instruments. The iEolian or
gan, though a "reed organ ' too. belongs to a
different category, and is a class to itself as
unlike anything else, it is played either by the
keyboard or by moving the pedals or bellows
with the feet alone. A goodly array, and one
that is one of the most highly valued in the
"Visitors to the Art Gallery will do well to
critically examine the faces of our prominent
men which are collected here. The draping of
Mr. William Thawand Captain Jones' portraits
tell its own sad story. The comfort of hav
ing such truthful, speaking likenesses remains
for consolation to friends and relatives.
A BEOKtE IN GREAT TKOUBLE.
Ij-nch's Grand Opening.
The popular store of H. J. Lynch, 43S and 410
Market street, has just received its fall line of
goods. In fact, the only thing old about this
establishment is that the nsnal low prices pre
vail. The stock comprises all the latest lead
ing novelties in fall and winter dress coodi,
embroidered robes, Gilbert cloths, Henriettas
English serges, Jamestown suitings, French
cashmeres, plaids and combination stuffs.
There are great bargains in gurnets, black
cashmeres, silks, velvets, surahs, satins and
Black all wool cashmere of extra value
ranges from 45c, 50c, 60c and Toe to SI per yard!
On comforts, country blankets country flan
nels, yarns, table damasks, napkins and sheet
ings, you will find bottom prices.
In ladies, gents and children's underwear, in
camels' hair, Scotch wool, merino and scarlet,
they have a complete stock at the lowest prices
Handkerchiefs and winter hosiery are very
cheap, while new dress trimmings, braids, laces,
embroideries, collars, cloves, corsets and but
tons are offered at lowest prices.
A visit to Lynch's store will convince anyone
of the economy of bujing there.
Do Ton Love Comfort?
Of all the useful and comfortable. nhMn In
this world Stevens' Improved adjustable chair
Is one or the mo st satisfactory. A blessing in
every household. Pleases everyone old or
young, sick or well. For the luxury-loving or
the weary, delicate person, it is a source of
comfort nnattained in any other chair, lounge
or bed. This wonderful chair combines all in
one. Comfortable, durable and elegant. For
birthday or holiday present it is eminently ap
propriate. Terms and pnees moderate. Physi
cians' chairs, wheel chairs and invalids' goods
a specialty. Besides chairs we carry an enor
mous stock of office desks. Selling cheap.
, STEYEI.S CHATB CO..
X o. S Sixth st. (near Suspension bridge).
The exhibition of floral beauties by Tohn R.
& A. Mqrdock is unsurpassed- Thev have
taken this opportunity to show the public the
exquisite splendor ot their wedding decora
tions, including window draping in superb pink
roses, smilax and asparagus; a mantle of
American beauties; a fireplace of roses and car
nations, with the old andirons and tiled hearth;
a fine large center piece of ferns and roses,
with corners in -scroll work; an exquisite
bridal bouquet of orchids; lilies of the valley
and bride roses, tied with ribbon, with corsage
and buttonhole to match. The noted artist.
James DelL of their establishment, -designed
these exquisite floral conceits.
If Convicted na Indicted, He May Serve
the Slnto for Ten Tears.
SPECUX TELEQKAM TO TUX DISPATCH. 1
New Yobk, October 4. The grand jury
has indicted Alfred Carr,a broker, for grand
larceny in the first degree, and Detective
Sergeant Von Gerichten, of the district at
torney's office, is looking for him with a
bench warrant for his arrest. Carr is the
broker who invited his customers to see him
set sail from Hoboken for Europe, June 22,
and who left the affairs of his office in such
a condition that within 24 hours after his
departure those very same customers were
clamoring for settlements on his return. He
did return in September, but he landed
from the steamship Wen, at Hoboken, and
went to his home in Orange, N. J., said to
be owned by his mother. Since then it is
said he has hngged the Jersey shore of the
North river, and has not ventured into the
jurisdiction of New York.
It was Carr's practice, it is alleged, to
accept deposits for his customers to be in
vested in stocks, pretending to execute them
by telephone through a broker on the floor
ot the Consolidated Stock and Petroleum
Exchange, but no actual purchases were
made. The complainants against Carr be
fore the grand jury were John Austin
Yates, of Scarborough, "Westchester county,
who charged that Carr appropriated $4,
666 66 of his money, and Edward S. Wana
maker, who lost 51,000 that he entrusted to
Carr. If Carr is caught, extradited, tried
and, convicted, he may be sentenced to State
prison for ten years.
The wonderful advance in ar
tistic designs and the marvelous re
duction in prices in a word the
complete revolution which has
taken place in the manufacture of
Furniture in the past fifteen years,
are strikingly illustrated in our new
stock for fall sales. Representative
selections may also be seen in our
Setting forth a triumphant combi
nation of the three cardinal vir
tues in Furniture:
The variety of artistic and use
ful pieces of Mahogany, Oak, Wal
nut, Cherry, and the newer woods
and finishes must command your
approving taste and judgment, as
sound principles of Art are hon
estly expressed in them.
both be the
Use and there,
e s t intelli
gence of mod
ness the para
Ifere you have a sample of our
notions about Furniture. They are
carried out all through our stock.
Take three other added notions or
First, Our stock must be ex
clusive. Second, Our variety must be the
Third, Our prices must be the
N. B. Special attention is given
to recovering and upholstering old
parlor furniture, with a large stock
of coverings in our Upholstery Department.
33 FIFTH AVENUE.
KID AND FABRIC GLOVE&
Exceptional values this week.
Ladies' 4-button Mousquetaire Gloves at
Ladies' 4-button: Kid Gloves in black,
tan and brown, embroidered back, 60c
Ladies' 6-hook Kid Gloves in black, tan,
brown and slate at 75c.
Ladies' 7-hook Kid Gloves in black, tan,
brown and slate at 99c.
Ladies' 7-hook Kid Gloves in black, tan,
brown and slate afrjl 49.
Ladies' 7-hook Pique Kid Gloves' in
black, tan, brown and slate at $1 99.
Ladies' 4-button Kid Gloves in black,
brown, tan and slate at 99c.
Ladies' 4-button 'Kid Gloves in black,
brown, tan and slate at SI 49.
Ladies' 4-button Kid Gloves, back over
seam, latest novelty, at 81 99.
Children's Kid Gloves at 50c.
Children's Kid Gloves at 75c
Men's Kid Gloves, two patent rclasps, at
Men's Kid Gloves at $1 24.
Men's Kid Gloves, back, latest style,
Ladies' Cashmere Gloves at 24c, 29c, 39c,
50c, in black and colored.
Ladies' Woolen Mittens at 24c, 29c, 39c,
50c, in black and colored.
Ladies' Silk Gloves, self-lined, 99o.
Ladies' Silk Mittens, 75c
Ladies' Silk Mittens, 99c
Ladies' Silk Mittens, $1 24.
Also a full line ot Misses', Ladies' and
Children's lined Kid Gloves, and fnll line
f o Workmen's Gloves.
Have been put on our new Fall Underwear
for Men, "Women and Children. A visit to
these departments "will convince the most
skeptical. Gent's Merino Undershirts and
Drawers worth 60c, at 35c. Gents' Taney
ocotcn wool starts and Drawers, wortn 51,
at 75c each. Gents' All-Wool Shirts and
Drawers, Scarlet, white, gray, and natural
colored, 75c set, sold elsewhere for SI. Gents'
Genuine Vienna and English Oxford Shirts
and Drawers, in new and desirable color
ings, at 83c each. Gentlemen's Lamb's
Wool Shirts and Drawers at 83c each.
Ladies' and Children's Underwear
Ladies' Merino Vesta and Drawers, trimmed
seam, at 25o and 39c each. Ladies' Camel's
Hair Vests and Drawers, trimmed seam, ex
tra quality, and worth 70c, at 59c each. The
Thomas Knit All-Wool Ladies' Vests and
Drawers, all colors (ribbed), at 69c and 73c
each; other houses get SI lor these goods.
Children's Knit All-Wool Vests at 25c,
31c and 39c Children's Gray Vests from
16o up. Children's Natural Wool from 19c
up. Children's Scarlet Wool from 25c up.
Nottingham Lace Curtains,
69c, 99c, 81 25, Jl 60, SI 99, 8225, J2 50. S2 99, 83 24,
$3 99, $4 50, 85 25, per pair, 3 yds.
Nottingham Lace Curtains, 4 yds long, 82 60,
83 25, $4 50, 85 50, $6 50. percair.
xnsn .romt vanains, special, so Za. So 73.
88 99, $7 50, 88 96, $10 60 to 825 per pair.
Nottingham Curtain Nets per yard. 9c. 12c
15c. 19c, 25c. 39c
Fancy Pongee Draperies, 12c, 15c, 18c, 25c,
Heavy Portiories, 81 99, 83 75, 85 00, 86 50,
$9 60 per yard.
104 Grey Blankets, 81. 81 25, 81 99. 104 Heavy
German Blankets, 81 99. 10-4 All-Wool, 82 2i
82 49.84 99. 10-4 Scarlet. 82 75, 83 25, 84 99, 87 99!
104 White, 81 99, 82 25, 83 50, 84 6US7 99. All.
Wool Crib, 81 75. 82 99, t3 25. Large Comfort
ables. 99c, SI 25, 81 5a 81 99, 82 25. Satteen
Comfortables, 81 99, $2 50, 83 50, 83 99,
The largest and most complete stock of
trimmed ana untrimmed millinery in Western
Pennsylvania, and a guaranteed saving of dol
lars and cents to all purchasers.
B. &d B.
Sixth street and Penn ave.
Any man who wants any kind of
underwear that we do not keep
well, we can get it for him if neces
sary, but he will not have to look
farther than .our great stock for all
he can possibly want or need.
A few prices to interest you:
Natural wool, 50c.
Brown Merino, 75c
White and Scarlet Merino, $x.
Silk Finish Balbriggan, $1 25.
Camel's Hair, 1 25.
Our Sanitary Wool, 1 50.
French Ribbed Wool, $1 75 and
Norfolk and New Brunswick,
Fine Silk and Wool, 3.
Genuine Scotch Wool, 4.
The prices are on the piece Per
suit, multiply by 2.
Cardigan Jackets, 1 to $5.
Flannel Shirts, excellent quality,
$1 to $3.
SPECIAL Hosiery Sales To-day.
Extraordinary values in our abso
lutely complete lines for men,
women and children.
OUR GLOVES Every idea you
can have in the way of Gloves is
fully carried out in one way or the
other of our many excellent lines.
Our prices are exactly right Al
most as much care given to make
them right as to make the goods
right Both goods and prices are
Our greatest of all Cloak Depart
ments all Fashionable Long Gar
ments made (and made well, too)
of all fashionable materials, $5 to
50. Thousands of Jackets, 3 50
Hard to think of a style not here,
but the popular ones will go to the
115,117,119.121 Federal st,,Allegheny.
Our store CLOSED TO-DAY until SIX JP. M., at which how
we shall re-open and business will oe conducted (as usual en Satur
days) until 11 o'clock.
OUR STAUNCH CRAFT
The Fisest Meat-Flavoring Stock
Extract of Meat,
USE IT FOE SOUPS,
Beef Tea, Sauces and Made Dishes.
Genuine only with f ac-simile of
Justus von IJebig's
SIGNATURE IN BLUE INK
The Fcalnre of Mechanical Hall
Is undoubtedly the Alidpeley wire belt runnino
on both the big encines driving tbe shaftlne on
both sides ot the buildinc It performed the
same office at Toronto, Canada, and has cre
ated a profound impression at the Paris Expo
sition, representing America aprainst the world
on belt and winning the race. The advantages
of this belt are that it effects great reduction in
the loss 01 power, that it is not affected by
climate ox weather, that no tightener Is re
quired, that it possesses absolute uniformity of
wcigbtnd can be shifted withont loss of time
to factory. At a prominent stand next to
Bees' engine fullest particulars can be ob
tained. t A Very Important Mniter to Fenoni Kced.
The expert opticians, Messrs. Gilch A Man
nion, in charge of "The International Optical
Company's" display in the west gallery, are
without doubt most proficient In their line, as
the thousands they nave treated will testify.
Persons go away happy every day who had
already given up all hope of derivfne further
benefit from glasses. These skillful opticians
accurately test the sight, furnishing only such
6 asses as wUI best remedy the defects in each
dividual case. Consultation free. xhssu
j . , Flae Machinery.
ix Tb HeCoab's broom-sewing machines and'
tbe Harrison coalmining machines, manufac-
tirjt mnnnM nt
wc ununwuwiutf; vwtk are aescnoea oyjreU
eric Sanburn in to-morrow's Dispatch.
MnrringTO Licenses Granted Yesterday.
J Albert J. Spurrier Pittsburg
1 Annie Kavenaugh Pittsburg
"'orReK. Hartley McKeesport
IJuHa May Hams McKeesport
Eul f1S.nn,t Pittsburg
( Ancust Miller Parker's Landing
1 Annie Smeltz Penn township
Lizzie Cohen Pittsburg
5 Pafes W. Ball Pittsburg
I Gertrude Thomas Pittsburg
( Annie bebwartz Pittsburg
(Anna Wodxinska Mansfield
STEWART HAYS On Thursday evening,
October 3, 1889, at the residence of ber nuclei
Mr. James R. Redman, at Craf ton, Dy the Rev.
David Jones, Miss Hattte Redmas Hats!
daughter of Mr. Milton D. Hays, to Mr. Elmer
E. E. Stewaet.
(THE CREAT ENCL1SH REMEDY.)
CureBIL IOTTS and
25ctS. a' Box.
OH1 AIJLi DRTJGOISTS.
BLAKE On Friday, October 4, 1889. at 4.30
P. M Lit.t.tas, only child of John and Mary
Blake, aged 2 years and 2 months.
Funeral from the parents' residence, 2834
Liberty avenue, on Sunday at 3.30 p. h.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
EDGINTON On Thursday. October S. 1889
at noon, CHARI.ES Edoistox, (member of
Mnnongabela Lodge No. 27. A. A, of L &. &
W.). in his 39th year.
Funeral services at his late residence, comer
of Cato and Juliet streets. Fourteenth ward,
on Sunday, tbe 6th inst, at 2 o'clock p. m.
Friends of the family are respectfully Invited
MCCLELLAND Of diphtheria, on Friday
October 4, 1S89, at 605 P. H., Gussra, daughter
of William and Mary McClelland, at their resi
dence. 638 Penn avenue, aged 9 years 6 days.
Funeral on Sunday at 2 p. m. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend.
ROWBOTTOM On Friday, October 4. 1889
at 6 A. jl, WnxiAK Rowbottok, in his 61at
Funeral from his late residence. No. 222
Washington avenue, Allegheny, on Sunday
October 6, at 2 p. x. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend.
luincinnati papers pieaso copy. 2
WEIHHAAR On Thursday. October 3. 18S9
at 5.10 a. M.. Jacob Weishaab, aged 69 years!
Fnneral from tbe residence of bis Bon in-law
A. Glamser. No. 234 Ohio "street, Allegheny, on
Saturday, Octobers, at 9 A.M., to proceed
to St Mary's Church. Friends of the family
are respectfully invited to attend. 2
JAMES ARCHIBALD A BRO
.LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.
U7hm.?eJhiTiMexme' V!" doSrsbelow
Bmlthfleld st, next door to Central Hotel.
Carriagesforfuneralg,J3. Carriages for operas.
parties, ftc-at the lowest rates. All new carl
riages. Telephone communication. myl-ll-Tra
-pEPRESENTEli IN PITTSBURG IN ISO.
Assets - . J9J07L69838.
Insurance Co. of Worth America.
iSS5f .yMted and PaM r WILLIAM L
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. . ja'.y n?, rt
TO CLOSE OUT.
We have several broken lines of Ladies
Underwear, on which we have marked the
prices low enough to make them interesting
for any one that desires winter garments.
They are all perfect goods, and we reduce,
them because room is more important to u
than odds and ends.
Our first number is a Ladies' Scarlet
Merino Vest, one-third cotton, and H. N.
L. S. reduced from 85c to 65c each.
Ladies' All-wool Ribbed Vests, white and
colors, reduced from $1 to 60c.
Another lot, same quality as above, with
H. N. L. S. reduced from ?1 CO to 51, white
Ladies' Camels' Hair Vests and Drawers,
all-wool, reduced from $1 25 to 51.
Ladies' Natural Wool Vests and Drawers,
all-wool, reduced from 51 75 to $1 25 each.
One lot Boys' Gray Natural "Wool Col
ored Merino Shirts,Drawers and Pantalettes,
at 25c for all sizes in stock.
"We have on the Gents' Counter several
lots "Winter Underwear, marked down low.
One lot White Merino Shirts and Draw
ers, 1, reduced from $2.
One lot Gray-Mixed Merino Shirts and
Drawers, $1, reduced from $2.
One lot White All-wool Shirts and Draw
ers, 1, reduced from 1 50.
One lot White All-wool Shirts and Draw
ers, 1 50, reduced from 92.
One lot London Tan Merino Shirts and
Drawers, 75c, reduced from 5L
One lot Striped Merino Shirts and Draw
ers, $1 50, rednced from 2.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Gentlemen's Collars and Cuffs.
Gentlemen's TJnlaundried Shirts,50e each.
Gents' TJnlaundried Shirts, 75e each or 3
The Celebrated Star Shirt (laundried),
?1, 1 50 and 82.
Gentlemen's Norfolk and New Bruns
wick Hose, 25c.
Gentlemen's Cashmere Hose, 25c each.
Gents' Cashmere Hose, 35c a pair, or 3
pair for $1.
Gentlemen's Camel's Hair Hose, 25c each.
Gents' Camel's Hair Hose, 35c a pair or 3
pair for ?1. '
GRATEFUL COM ORTINU.
By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws
which govern the operations of digestion and
nutrition,and and by a careful application of the
fine properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps
hasproridedour breakfast tables with a deli
cately flavored beverage which may savo ua
many heavy doctors' bills. Itisbytho judicious
use of such articles of diet that a 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 uroD-
erly nourished frame." Civil Service Gazeh
Made simply with boilingwaterormilk. Sold
only In half pound tins by Grocers, labeled thus:
5 ( Vl ' ' -Stak
SWIFTLY OYER THE SEA K
POPULAR :-' PATRON AGrE
While the sea of commercial life is strewn with the wrecks of those
who, underestimating popular intelligence, thought to make the
haven of success by delusive advertising.
The sea of public patronage is a florid one for those who know how
to take the current when it serves, while it is a mighty rough one for
those who set out on it either in a poor craft or try to sail againsfthe
THE MAN WHO AIMS AT THE SUN
While he will not hit it, is sure to fire higher than one who aims at some
thing beneath it Many years ago when the elderly men of to-day
were in early manhood, when happy parents of to-day were
children we laid the foundation of our present enormous
business and we started in with a high aim. We aimed
at nothing less than to be the leadinsr clothiers of ' -
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ceeded. To-day, thereforcwe stand ore- . 1,
eminent in our line of business, this "fev?.
too in the face of severe compe- " ' v "'-,
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Fleishman & Co.,
ELIXIR OF OPIUM
Is a preparation of the Drug bywhichits in
Jurious effects are removed, wbUe the valuable
medicinal properties are retained. I possesses
all the sedative, anodyne, and antispasmodic
powers of Opium, but produces no sickness of
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headache. In acute nervous disorder sit is an
invaluable remedy, and is recommended by the
E, FERRETT, Agent,
372 Pearl St, New York.
For the Very Finest Clothing
EQUAL IN EVERY RESPECT TO CUSTOM WORK,
YOU MUST SEE
OUR MAGNIFICENT AND ELEGANT STOCK
Or the Liquor Habit Positively Cured
by Admlimlarlnq Dr. Hainet'
lately harmless, and will effect s nernnn.M.nrt
eedy cure, whether the patient Is a moderate
It cm be given in a cup or coffee or tea wltbont
the knowledge of the person taking it; 1 abso-
arinier or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of
Drunkards have been made temperate men who
have taken Uolden Specific in their coffee without
their knowledge and to-day believe thev quit
drinking from their own free will. IT .NT5VER
JTAIliS. The system once Impregnated with fee
hpeciflc. It becomes an utter Impossibility for tbe
Don't Fail to See Superb Collection in Every Department
' J. O. GEOGAN,
Je-weler aro-cL S-i i vorRTn -i -t-.n-i
EVERYTHING that you can expect to find in a .first-class house
EVERYTHING is to be found here. The best in every line .that
can be offered for the price, is what we give every buyer. It is what we
demand as buyers; it is what we offer and engage to give as sellers.
When some one can produce something better than the best, or some
thing in quality that is higher than the highest, or in price that is
lower than the lowest then we will be content to take a back seat But
as nothing can be more than the most, or bigger than the biggest, we
expect to wear our honors as chiefs of bargain givers as long as we d6
FOR FIT, FEHSH AND FASHION
443 MABKET ST., PITTSBURG, PA.
W. L. Douglas' name and tne price are stamped on the bottom ot al
Shoes advertised bT him beforn leavfnn hfa fnntnrv. thfa nrittfct. tha
wearers against high prices and inferior goods. Take none unless so stamped, nor be deceived
by others claimed to be as Rood, on which dealers maKo more profit, but send direct to factory,
and receive by return mail what you want. State kind, button, congress or lace, wide or narrow
toe, size and width usually worn, and inclose price with order. Prompt delivery and satisfac
tion guaranteed. Address, W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockion, Mass.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH AVENUE.
WESTERN INSURANCE CO.
NO. U WOOD 8TBEET.
ALEXANDER NIM1CK. President
JUtJLW a. JAUKBUJN. Vice Pre(i1m
w jh. r , juuuMutx. secretary.
W. L. DOUGLAS
over all other S3 shoes
Our claims for this sho
It coniaina boiler material.
It is more stylish, better filling and durable.
It gives better general satisfaction.
Itsaresmore money for the consumer.
lis great success is duo to merit.
It cannot be duplicated by any other minnfao.
It It the best in the world, and hat a larger de
mand than any other $3 shoe advertised.
CR nfin wi" b0 Pa,d t0 any person who will
VUUUU prove tbe above statements tobe untrue.
Tbe following line or shoes will be found to be of
tbe same hieh standard of excellence.
$5 00 GENUINE HAND-SEWED SHOE.
$4 00 HAND-SEWED WELT SHOE. .
S3 SO POLICE AND FARMERS' SHOE.
2 50 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE.
$2 25 WORKINGMAN'S SHOE.
2 00 GOOD.WEAR SHOE.
S2 00 and $1 75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES.
AU made in Congress, Button and Lace.
Bothljadies' ShoesaremadAin RfzASfromlto7. inrlnHtnflpiinif iTn nnHn n n u ...itic
widths. -" -
STYLES OF LADIES' SHOES.
a. J'.Th9rilei,.0!pe", '7.h,e 8Pn,Jh Ar.c.h pera,"Th Amerlein Common-Senie," "The
Medium Cjmmon.Sense." All made In Button In the Latest Styles. Also, French Opera In
Front Lace, on $3 Shoe only.
SPECIAL Jl!HV..tiO.yGLA.S83GBA!N,SH.OE.(,"df0'- Gentlemen, with heavy tap sole
drfcUinu and .trictly waterproof, It just out W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Matt.
FOB SALE BIT
n..T. m Gih7J.. t i ; tiriSrv; 0"0". j. xi.r roaring, oro rum avenue, u.
aSS f ?!: aJ??e. X. O. Sperber. IMS Carson street. la AUesheny Clty.bv Henrv Rosser.
oeuiaBwBauujcu.xioiiafM,riebecca street, HM-as-Tra A
W. L DOUGLAS $3 AND $2 SHOES
MEN'S, BOYS' and CHILDREN'S OVERCOATS,
LIENS, BOYS and CHILDREN'S SUITS,
MEN'S, BOYS' and' CHILDREN'S PANTS
Beat the World, and we Lead the Land in Low Prices.
All the latest and most modern styles are included in our mammoth
stock and we show the very newest patterns of the season in all our
goods. We recognize no competition with other ready-made 'Clothing
houses, knowing as we do that we alone of all the clothing merchant
of this city offer Ready-made Clothing fit to compare with Merchant
Tailor goods. Our patrons pay only for the goods they actually get
the money they spend does not, as is of necessity the case with mer-
chant tailors, help to pay for clothing worn by fashionable people who
have the bad habit of neglecting to pay their tailor bills. If you desire
to get the BEST Clothing in every way and yet pay but from one-third
to one-half you'd pay your tailor, "Shake" your tailor and come and
see us. WE GUARANTEE TO PLEASE YOU IN EVERY WAY.
WE HAVE SAID, 80 MUCH ABOUT CLOTHING
f That very little space is left us wherein to speak of our
GRAND and EXTENSIVE STOCKS
Hats and Caps, Furnishing
Goods and Footwear.
We offer the best that money can buy. If we couldn't,, offer you
more for your money than any other concern in the country, we wouldn't
waste time in inviting you to come and see us. You know what we have
done in the past, so now let us tell you that we have goods plain enough
and rich enough to suit the tastes and wants of every buyer in Pittsburg
and surrounding section.
A large and elegant Dinner Bucket given away free, this week with
every purchase to the amount of $$ or upward in our Men's Clothing
GRAND BARGAIN STORE,
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