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THE, PITTSBUJKG DISPATCH, - TUESDAY; JANITART-" 29 1889.
THE BIG PROPERTIES
In the Fourth Ward, and How They
Will Yield on a $16,000,000 Basis.
INCREASE OF 100 PER CENT NOTED,
With an Averajfo Gain in the Ward of Just
About 61 Per Cent
COMPARISONS KICII IN EESULTS
The City Assessors concluded their labors
Sn the Fourth ward yesterday. The total
valuation of the taxable property in the
ward is. 5183,323 for personal taxes and SlG,
654,205 for real estate. This is an increase
of CI per cent. On Penn avenue the in
crease is in many instances 100 per cent; on
Liberty avenue the increase is often above
75 per cent, but on the other streets it is
much lower, bringing the average down to
61 per cent. The figures of the more im
portant property of the ward are given be
low: MBE8TY AVESCZ.
Charles ArtmtlinoL,lot and house SM.460
Mrs. Jbiry J. Brown, lot and
W. S. BisseU, lot and house 18,500
Thomas Brown, lot and house... 20,000
Jacob Boolyer, lot and house rt,000
Kejstone Bank, lol and houe... 30,700
becond National Bank, lot and
. J. Braden. lot and houee .... 2,500
Citizens Traction Company, lot,
station, etc 20,"fl0
Henry Uilmjxr, lot and house . 13,500
Benj. Darlington. 2 lots, 2 houses 30,310
31re. A. V. JJavls, lot aud house. 2,600
Samuel Gormley, I lots, 3 houses 33J-HS
banmelGcorRe."lot and house.... 23,80
C. L. Uotrinir. lotand house 25,0
hamuel George Co., lot and
house .. 21,200
Loui Glcscukamp, lot ana lac-
lavi"d Greer, lot and house
It. Hajs. ll
ot and house.. lb, 425
lot and bouse -33,000
.Tame-1, ilauna. lot aud house . 33.0U0
KooertHalPs heirs, lot and house 21,600
Martin Hnle, lot and house 21,500
;.!' Hamilton, lot and house .. 25,400
Marv B. Hartrick. lot and house. 22, TO
JUarj-K. Head, lot and house.. .. 27, 50
John Have, two lots, two build
JE. 11. Hasclton, lot and houe .. 34,0(0
Allen Kirkpatrlck, lot and house 49,300
A. MitchelC lotand house 24,200
Miller & Watson, two lots and
E. II. Myers, two lots and two
John McUerett, lot andhouse 21,200
James McKay, lot aud hoie . ... 31,200
J. Li. McKay, lot and house 'ABO
Jacob Painter, lot and hone .... 76,500
1'. R. U., lots, rreight shed and
K. W. Patterson, lot and house
and interest In lot and house. .. 40,750
T. H. Patterson, intere&t In two
, Ints and two houses . 50,006
J. '. Patterson. Interest in two
lots and two houses 40,006
TV. G. audi). E. Park, lot and
l)ald liobinson, lotand house.. 26,000
Menry Kea, Jr., tn o lots and two
Jthu A. Kenshaw. lot aud house 44.KI0
Mr. Martha binltn. lctand three
Eleanor Simpson, two lots ana
Mrs. M. A. Mew art, lot and
.Mra, W. C. fctewart, lot and
A. E. Miccop, lot and house 20,000
J. 1. Thompson, lotand house.. 21,510
1.. II. Vo'glit, lotand house 2:i,250
A. Waj, two lots nd three
John MIon, lot andhouse 22,000
John Wilson & Bro., lot and tiouse 19, tU)
1). T. Watson, lot and house... . lb, 000
Mrs. Elizabeth Ward, lot and
J. X. Anderson, lot and Hotel
James M. Arrott, lotand house.. 15,523
T illiam Carr. 4 lots. 3 houses.... Sl.bGS
Mrs. Mary K. Coffee, 3 lots, 3
Martin Connolly estate, 6 lots aud
20 houses 65,715
Ainndab. Chess, lotand bouse. 15,500
B. F. and Anna M. iake, lot,
bouse and stable 25,063
Mrs. barah Ulckson, heirs, 2 lots,
3 houses I",ii00
M. Ii. Duff. 3 lots. 3 houses 37.3U6
JJIiworth Brothers, 3 lote aud
and stables 6,923
Charles Emerllng, lot and
Mary li. Foster, etc lots and live
Mrs. Mathew Graff, lot, house
W. D. Holmes, two lots, two
houses and stable 34,900
Mr&. Misan Holmes, three lots,
three bouses ami stable 45,285
Richard 11a s, two lots and two
Dallas C. IriEh, four lots and
three houses 214,550
Andrew Jackman, fire lots and
three buildings 74,256
T. C. Jenkins, nine lots, one
warehouse, two dwellings and
one stable 227,555
W G. Johnston, lot and build
Mary A. Leonard, three lots and
three houses 27,260
Vi'. B. Lupton A Co., lot, house
IS. b. Marvin, seven lots and
liuildinrs lis. ill
Samuel Morrison heirs, two lots
aud two houses 34,000
M". s. Mcintosh estate, 2 lots and
2 houses 105,871
Mercantile Library Hall Co., lots
and buildings 153,800
H. McCullougb estate, 6 lots, 7
Pennsylvania Co., operating C.
S. I', li. It., lot, freight depot,
oflices, etc 156,965
Mrs Anna Mar Pore, 2 lots, 4
houses .'. 55.MD
Protestant Orphan Asylum, lot
Pennsylvania Co.. operating I'.,
it. Vt . & C It. K., lots, build
ings, etc 436,470
Penuslvanta Mining and Sup
ply Co., lot and house 44,500
Pltuburg Club, lot and bulld
Henry Phipps, Jr., 3 lots, 2
houses and stable 33,000
H. Milnps, Jr.. and John Walk
er, lot, 2 houses and stable ... . 57,850
B. A. Stewart. 2 lots and 4 houses 16,100
IV. T. bhannon, 2 lots and 2
Mary E. behenley, 2 lots and 2
Benj. Trimble's heirs, lot, hotel
and Etables 35,100
James Verner, 2 lots, 2 houses
J. I). Venitr's heirs, I lots and 3
Y. 31. C. A., lotand building.... 68.750
btanlslaus Zoch, 2 lots, 3 houses. 28,600
Kobert Arthurs, lot and house...? 3a 437 f 42.525
Anna N. BisselL lotand house.. 22.(00 2S.OX)
A. . Black, lotand house 24,125 30,000
Fidelity Title aud Trust Compa
ny, tiustee lore M. Ueseltlne,
lotand house C225 71,250
FldelltyTitleand Trust Compa
ny, trustee forT. H. Patterson,
lotand bouse 60,532 69.140
FldelltyTitleand Trnst Compa
ny, trustee for E.W.Patterson,
lotand house. 75,400 82.050
FldelltyTitleand Trust Compa
ny, trustee Tor J. W. Patterson,
lotand house. 55,466 74.020
Albert Glockner, lot and house.. 33,200 48,040
Eliza 31. Gordon, estate, lot and
bouse................. 16,760 20,900
Anton Lutz, lot and house 16,000 ia,5co
Mary B. Laughlln. lot and house 22,502 26,675
Louis Mueller, two lots and tw o
houses 35no jfiiRn
Barah A. Morgan, lot and house. 63,100 70,100 I
J. K. Miller, lotand house .. .. 39,375 4S,8u0 I
lVnelone McCrea, lot and house. 16.000 19 no '
Jones McCrea, estate, lot aud
house 16,000 19,200
J. II. PhUllps Co., lot and
house 44,400 55,880
VT. lEuckelsou, two lots and
buildings 31,300 69,875
Mrs. busan E. Koblnson, lotand
bouse 21,800 24.360
Ellen C Sneer, lot and house.... 22,1X0 2i,O30
Anna K. bpcer, lot and house.... 14,750 17,500
Ellen J. btanton, lot and three
houses 118,000 133,900
David bhiclds, lots and 16 build-
lngs. Including property on
Duqnesnc way and Barker's al
ley 218,250 276,100
Brown & Co.. lot, mill and build--lngs
Central Elevator Company, two
lots and building 45,600 50,630
James Bees, two lots, foundry,
etc 40,830 76,220
A. bpeer's bons, two lots, fac
tory, etc 96.550 147,950
Harriet K. Wcyman, lot and fac
tory 81,185 119,200
eKtlngbouse FJectric Company,
lotand factory. 145,500 237,400
oome oi tue assessments on tac cross streets i
of the ward are civen below; j
Pittsburg Female College, Eighth 1
street 47,750 06,120
Alexander King. .Ninth street, !
three lots, three houses 57,800 Sa,C00
The Westinghouse building was not built
in 1888 and was not included in the assess
ment of that year. The ground in 1888 was
assessed at $31,875; this rear it is fixed at
$74,305.- The building is assessed at $225,
000, making a total of $299,303.
IT IS A GARDEN SPOT.
Continued from First Page.
ago erected a mission church on the reserva
tion. To this the better class of the Indians
belong. By the dress and houses of any of
the tribe you would not realize you were
among Indian descendents. Many of them
are familiar with American politics, while
a few read the daily papers carefully. I
bad the good fortune to meet one of this
number "Allegheny Bill" he is called by
the people up there. "With some editing
his remarks would read this way:
"I heard the railroad men up at the sta
tion say Pennsylvania is going to stop
whisky selling next summer. It's a good
thing. I never drink it, but very many of
my brothers in the tribe cfc. They get it
whenever they have money and are allowed
to no off on the cars. But it would be ten
times worse if there were whisky stores
right here on our property. The council
would not be able to manage the men.
Prohibition, as you call it, has in that way
been a good thing for Cornplanters. In the
same way I think it would be a good thing
for the whole State. I wouldn't stay here
il we didn't have it, and I hope you white
men will feel the same way." J"
Aide irom the timely illustration" tne
Indian reservation aflbrds, it is of no
possible importance in the campaign for
constitutional amendment, for, like the
Hungarian laborers of Fayette, the Corn
planters have not yet a vote. And it may
even be questioned whether it is a fair
criterion bv which to judge the efficacy of
Prohibition. As to that, readers are at
liberty to draw whatever conclusion they
please. The facts are given for that
A BAXSEE TEMPERANCE COITSTY.
Prohibition is popular among the white
people of Warren too. It is one of the
banner counties in the State for a third
party contingency, and for a branch organi
zation of the Constitutional Amendment
Association. Her vote for Fisk, as the
Prohibition candidate for President in 1888,
was 676. This is equal to one-third of her
Republican majority lor Harrison. It was
again of 70 percent over the Prohibition
yhte for Governor in 1880. The force of
this may be realized when it is remembered
that not in anyone county in which The
Dispatch canvass has thus far
progressed has the vote for Fisk
exceeded 300. Local option was carried in
Warren county in 1873 with 917 majority.
The cause of the prohibition ascendency is
perfect organization. The members of the
party affiliate with the Constitutional (non
partisan) Association in the one common
cane of succeeding at next June's election.
With such a history back o! it, Warren
county will give irom 500 to 1,000 majority
for the amendment. Oil and lumber pro
ducing districts furnish the uncertain ele
ment in the coming conflict In the hem
lock forests are ten extensive tanneries, and
it is believed that nearly all of the employes
; .1 Ml - r a rr: J : -....
in lueiu win vuie iur Lruijjcruuutr. jlxuiuuic
and "Warren are the largest centers of pop
ulation, and they have been without a
single liquor license since the Brooks law
went into effect. The once famous petrol
eum towns of Garfield, Cherry Grove, Shef
field and Clarendon have dwindled almost
THE TUBLIC SEKTIMEST.
F. JT. Knapp, Esq., Chairman of the Re
publican County Committee, summed up
the situation for me to-night as follows:
Upon lirst thought I supposed the amend
ment would be carried in Warren county by
1,000 majority. I hare since made a thorough
calculation in each borough and township,
baed upon the character of the people and the
local influences, and I feel positive that the
majority will be 500 for the amendmeut. Our
northern section is all agricultural, and tem
perance will have a walk-over there. In the
south part of the county it is all occupied by
the oil and lumber interests, and the issue is
not so certain of success there. Still, its vote
will be outweighed by the north. Every town
ship in the northern tier voted for local option
except Farnnnston, and with the increase in
population the temperance sentiment has also
increased. We have in this county L.000S edes.
They are farmers, and the most of them, I
guess, good temperance people. Tbey are old
settlers. There is no disposition to "make the
issue a partisan one. and Democrats by the
score will vote for the amendment.
J. H. Donnelly, the ex-Chairman of the
Republican committee, and several Demo
cratic committeemen expressed the opinion
that Mr. Knapp'sestimate was correct. The
Prohibition element are enthusiastic Its
leaders in the county are Dr. J. M. Davies,
Andrew Hertzel, George Enswortb, J. J.
Taylor aud L. Conrath. Some of these sen.
tleinen fix the majority as high as 2,000.
The forests of "Warren county are still so
extensive that locomotives on the railroads
are fitted with steamboat whistles in order
that the sound may penetrate to lumber
camps for the regulation of clocks, but the
cry of "Prohibition!" has gone a little far
ther, and the same woods are full of tem
perance votes. L. E. Stofiel.
A W03IAN E0BBED AND KILLED.
The Fourth Crime of the Kind Committed nt
the Same FInce.
Raleigh, X. C, January 28. Last
night a white woman named Mrs. Elizabeth
Brown, a respected lady of Danville, "Va.,
left Durham, where she had been to sell a
piece ot property, and started tn return to
Danville. On arriving at Greensboro she
found the train going north was several
hours late, and decided to stop at Greens-lo.-o
for the night. A man at the depot of
fered to show her to a hotel, and she started
off with him. He led her out to a western
suburb of the city and into the woods be
yond, where they were overtaken by anoth
er man, and one of them demanded that she
should give up her money. She surrender-
! ed all she had, amounting to about,, $300,
and the men started to leave her, when one
of them said: ""We had better kill her, for
she will tell on us."
She fled for her life, when one of them
made a thrust at her breast with a knife.
giving her a 'terrible stab. Then they i
knocked her in the head, and draiinc hpr '
, .Q..., .....
some 40 or 50 yards from the road, threw
her in the branch, leaving her fordead. She
was found several hours later, and it was
found that her skull was crushed, and she
died soon after. Jfo clew as to the identity
of the miscreants has been discovered.
This is the fourth crime of the same kind
perpetrated at Greensboro, and it is be
lieved that they are committed by the
A Country Store Burglarized. Q
fSFECIAL TELEGRAM TO TUK DISPATCn.1
Johnstown, January 28. Michael Den
ny's store in Gallitzin was entered by burg
lars yesterday. Hats, coats and shoes to the
amount of $200 were carried off. Entrance
was effected by breaking a panel of store
door. Ko clew to the perpetrators.
When You Need
An Alterative Medicine, don't forget
that everything depends on the kind
used. Ask for Ayer's Sarsaparilla and
take no other. For over forty years this
preparation has bad the endorsement of
leading physicians and druggists, and
it bas 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 Sin 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 veil
known, have long been forgotten."
" I have always recommended Ayer's
Sarsaparilla as superior to any other
preparation for purifying the blood."
G. B. ICuykendall, M. D., Pomeroy.W.T.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Massi
Price $1; six bottles, $S. Worth $S a bottle.
A DEAD CHUfAMAN'S VALUE,
When Killed In a Railroad Wreck, Exceed
That of a IJve Celeatinl.
Special Telegram to The Dispatch.
Akeon, January 23. A delegation of China
men came here to-day and disinterred the
charred remains of their three countrymen
bnrned to death in the Tallmadge wreck, two
weeks ago. They sav they will keep them four
or fire years in New York, until thorouchly
reduced to dust, and then ship them back to
the Celestial country.
Following the American style, they put In a
claim for damages, on behalf of the
relatives of the deceased. The attorney for
the road told them Chinamen weren't worth
much in this countrv, to which they responded
that he would flntl that a dead Chinaman was
worth more than a live one. The Chinese Con
sul at New York is directing their operations.
"We advertised in the Sunday Dispatch to
sell men's genuine English melton over
coats, worth from 12 to $15 for $3. The rush
was even greater than we anticipated, and
we sold 'em out clean and clear. To-day we
have another surprise in store. "We shall
offer (for to-day only) between 8 A. M. and
6 P. m. men's elegant cape overcoats made
to sell from $25 to $10 for the unheard of
low price of $10, $10, $10, $10. These over
coats are just the thing ior nobby dressers,
and have a detachable cape. Many of them
are elegantly lined with fancy cloth linings,
and when the cape is detached present the
appearance of a stylish ulster. This low
price holds good for to-day only, at the P.
C. C. C, corner Grant and Diamond sts.,
opp. the new Court House.
Quito a Lot of the Ladles' Vnder-Prlce
Sold alreadv $150 Paris dresses down to
$10 suits. These are half prices. Cloak
room, second floor.
JOS. HORNE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
KEAIi ESTATE SAVINGS BANK. MM.,
401 Smlthfleld Street, cor. Fourth Avenue.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $38,000.
Deposits of $1 and upward received and
interest allowed at 4 per cent, its
Come for Afler-Stock-Takins Bargains
"We are cleaning out many nice goods
very cheap, but you must be here te get
them. This is the case in every department.
Jos. Hokxe & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Slarrinee License! Granted Yesterday.
' I Dennis O'Leary Pittsburg
J Annie Callaghan l'ittsburg
5 George Bahcroft ....Pittsburg
J Jennie Andrews Duncansvllle
J John J. Schmltt Pittsburg
I Amelia C Schott Pittsburg
(Joseph L. Barber DnBois
Mary Jane Hays Armstrong county
t Morris O'Leary unartierstownsnip
jMaryilcBridc Chartlers township
Emll ilcCombs Pittsburg
Kittle E. Sapp Pittsburg
( Jennie Bardolph Allegheny
OTladystaw MuszyrlskI Pittsburg
Anna Tramp Pittsburg
(John Stevenson Moon township
JMary E. Curry Moou township
(John P. Dahl Pittsburg
Lena Bowers Wilklntburg
(Edward Nuenlist Pittsburg
iMagdalenaU. Spohn Pittsburg
I Philip Schneider Pittsburg
Laura alorgan Allegheny
(Thomas Welsh McKeesport
1 Matilda Jones McKeesport
t Michael Herder Cochran station
Elizabeth Kink Tarentum
CURRY On Monday morning, January 23,
1SS9, at 5:30 A. M., Mart, wife of J. J. Curry
and sister of Patrick Brannan, aged 24 years.
Funeral "Wednesday morning from her
late residence, Linden avenue. Tenth ward,
Allegheny City, at 8 o'clock A. sr. Services at
St. Peter's Church, Ohio street, at 9 o'clock A.
3L Friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend. 2
CURRY On Monday, January 28. 1SS9. at
530 a. It., after a brief illness, JIARY, wile of
J. J. Curry and sister of T. Brennan, horseshoer.
Funeral at 8 A. jr. Wednesday, from late
residence. Maple avenue, Allegheny. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
LIIDW1G At his residence, 213 High
street, Allegheny, on Sunday, January 27, 1S89,
at 720 P. M., MORITZ Ltjdwig, aged 61 years 11
months IS days.
The members of the Germania Lodge, K. of
H., No. 549. Korner Lodge, K. of P., No. 223,
Reserve Township Beneficial Society, Granite
Lodge, L O. O. F., 652, Allegheny Turnvercin,
Caroline Rebekah Lodge No. 43, and friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend,
LEHMAN On Monday. January 28, at 3:45
A. M., Katie Wilhfxmena, daughter of
Robert and Maggie D. Lehman, aged 4 years 4
months and 10 days.
Services at the parents' residence, Butler
plank road, near "Witmer Station, P. fc W. R.
R., on "Wednesday, January 30, at 930 a.m.
Interment at Tarentum. Train leaves Sharps
burg station, W. P. R. R., at 11:10 A. M. Friends
of the family are respectfullyinvited to attend.
MARSHALL Suddenly, on Sunday, Jan
nary 27, 1!&9, at 10 o'clock A. ST., JlAEY Jane,
wife of A. M. Marshall
Funeral services at the family residence.
Ridge avenue, Allegheny City, on Tuesday
horning, January 29, at 10 o'clock. Inter
ment private at a later hour. 2
OMMERT On Monday, January 23,?isl. at
1:20 A. M.. F. Harrison, youngest son of Peter
and Lizzie Ommert, aged 5 months, 29 das.
Funeral from the parent's rcsidence.20 Nixon
street, Allegheny, on Wednesday, January
30, at 2 p. M. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend.
FABR8 Suddenly, at Edgewood, Pennsyl
vania Railroad, on Monday, January 28, 1889. at
Sr.M, Mrs. Susanna Parks, in the 54th
ear of her age.
Funeral services at the residence of Mr. J. C.
Hill, Edgewood, on TUESDAY, January 29. at 2
v. M. Interment at Homewood Cemetery.
POTTS On Sunday morning at 1 o'clock,
TnoMAS H. Potts, aged 29 years.
Funeral on Tuesday, at 10 A. M., from No.
160 Sixteenth street, Southside.
TMeriden, Conn., papers please copy.
POTTER On Sunday, January 27. 1889. at
100 a. ST., LONNIE, only son of Alonzo
and Maggie Taylor Potter, aged 7 years, 3
months and 15 da) s.
Funeral from the residence of his parents,
Lincoln avenue. MiUvale borough, on Tues
day, the 29th, at 2 P. M. Interment at Green
wood Cemetery, Sharpsburg. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
SCHAEFER On Monday. January 28, 18S9,
at 12:45 p. M., Mrs. Catherine, widow of John
Schaefer. in her 67th year.
Funeral leaves the residence or her son. J. G.
Schaefer, 118 Forty-fourth street, at 1 o'clock
p.m. on Wednesday, January 30,1889. Funeral
services at 2 o'clock at German M. E. Church,
comer Union avenue and Ohio street, Alle
gheny. Interment private. 2
WIEGMANN On Sunday. Januarv 27.
Obrtn, only son of David and Sophia Wieg
mann. Funeral from No. 74 Walter avenue. South
side, on Tuesday, January 29, at 2 p. jr.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
Washington, Pa., and Bucyrus, O., papers
JAMES ARCHIBALD & BRO.,
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES,
117, U9 and 186 Third avenue, two doors below
Smithfield st, next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages for funerals,S3. Carriages for operas,
parties, fca, at the lowest rates. All new car
riages. Telephone communication. my3160-TTS
pEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN 1SCI
ASSETS - . 59.071,69633.
Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. W Fourth avenue.
WESTERN INSURANCE CO.
NO. 411 WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIM1CK, President.
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President.
fel8K59-TTS WM. P. HERBERT, Secretary.
MANUFACTURERS AND MERCHANTS'
INS. CO.. 417 Wood street, Pittsburg, Pa.
Capital $250,000 00
Assets January 1, 18S9 SC3.7J5 80
Directors Chas. W. Hatchelor, President;
John W. Chalfant, Vice President; A. E. W.
Painter, Root. Lea, M. W. Watson, John Wil
son, Joseph Walton. .Win. G. Park, A.M.Byers,
Jas. J. Donuell, Geo. E. Painter, John Thomp
son. Wm. T. Adair, Secretary; Jas. Little, As
sistant Secretary; August Amnion, General
MORE SPACE WANTED
Notwithstanding our use of
three warehouses for storage
in addition to our Fifth ave
nue house, we still need more
space. Our new spring goods
are crowding in on us so fast
that we are compelled to clear
out last season's stock, no
matter how great the sacrifice.
We will continue to offer
the great bargains in Furni
ture which have recently as
tonished our customers. But
we propose in addition to
close out a large quantity of
of various grades, at a reduc
tion so great that they will be
quickly and eagerly taken off
We give below a few sam
ples of the Extraordinary
A line of Splendid
Wiltons, with borders
to match, at
A line of best Mo
A line of Velvets at
A line of Body
Lower grades of Carpets at
33 FIFTH AVE.
50c Scotch Gloves at 23c a pair.
65c Scotch Gloves at 35c a pair.
85c Scotch Gloves at 50c a pair.
50c Wool Mittens at 25c a pair. ,
25c Wool Mittens at loo a pair.
Lined Leather Gloves and Mittens at HALF
PRICE and LESS. Goods are laid out in lots,
with cards on each showing original and re
LADIES' KID GLOVES
AU accumulations of small lots and odd shades,
all good qualities, 150 and 200 Gloves, at
$1 00 a pair. Fleeced, Taffeta and Embroidered
Back Cashmere Gloves, 60-cent qualities re
duced to 25 cents.
Bargains in Ladies' Hosiery.
One lot of Ladies' Fancy Lisle, reduced from
$1 50 and $175 to SI 00 a pair. Another lot re
duced from 52 00 and J2 50 to 51 25 a pair. An
other lot reduced from 81 00 to 75 cents. A lot
of plain black Lisle reduced from 50 to 37 cents.
A lot of Plaited Silk from 1 25 to 7b cents a
pair, in black and colors. A lot of Children's
Plaited Silk Hose. 6 to 8 inches, marked down
from $1 25 a pair to 50 aud 60 cents a pair.
White and natural, marked from .2 00 to $175
each. The attention of ladies is directed to
our home made Seersucker and Striped Calico
Skirts, made with a draw-string at the waist,
all lengths and widths.
HORNE & WARD,
4:1 FIFTH AVENVE.
WHEN THE DEArtiCSS IB CAUSED BY
SCARLET FEVER, COLDS,
MEASLES, CATARRH. 4C.
TTHE USE Or THE INVISIBLE
which 1b th umM fa fhfl &ni u
el&esei ara 1 1 tha kh and mar
be worn months without removal.
Sold oulr t7
A..WALES, Brldftport, Conn.
STEAMKKS AND EXCURSIONS.
"VTORD DECTSCHER LLOYD FAST
J. route to London and the Continent.
Express Steamer Service twice a week from
New York to Southampton (London, Havre),
Ss-Saale Jan.30.5 :30 a.m. I Ss.FuIda.Feb.9,lP.H.
Ss. Ems. .Feb. 2. 7 A. Jr. Ss.Lahn.Feb.lS. 3P.M.
Ss. Trave Feb. 0. 10 A.M. Ss. Elbe.Feb.16.6 A. M.
First Cabin, Winter rates, from $75 upward.
MAXSCHAMBERG 4 CO., Agents. Pitts
OELRICHS 4 CO., 2 Bowling Green. New
To Gliigow, Belfast, Dublin and Liverpool
FROM NEW VORK EVERiT THURSDAY
Cabin passage $35 to $50, according to location
of slate room. Excursion $65t $90.
Steerage to and from Europe at lowest rates
AUSTIN BALDWIN & CO., Gen'l Agts,
53 Broadway, New York,
er J. J. M'CORMICK, Agent.
21-r79-D FourthAvanus and Smithnald SL
Sailing every Wednesday from Philadelphia
and Liverpool. Passenger accommodations tor
all classes unsurpassed. Tickets sold to and
from Great Britain and Ireland, Norway. Swe-
tfiSliM WRIGHT & SONS.
"S?1 Bents, 807 Walnut St., Philadelphia
Full information can be had of J. J. McCOR
MICK, Fourth avenue and Smlthfleld street
LOUIS MOESER, 616 Smlthfleld street
Of" a in
r Ar 1
To-day we claim your attention.
To-day we propose to speak of
something that ought to be near to
every -man's heart (at least once in
every 24 hours.) We mean a good
Night Shirt. We have just re
ceived a large assortment of lovely
Night Shirts, at the following
Men's plain White Night Shirts,
Men's fancy Trimmed Night Shirts,
Men's plain White Night Shirts,
Men's fancy Trimmed Night Shirts,
Men's fancy Night Shirts, Wamsutta
muslin, at 79c
Men's embroidered Night Shirts,
white and colors, in six different
styles, at 1. '
Men's embroidered Night Shirts,
in white and colors, at $1 25.
Men's embroidered Night Shirts,
fancy colors, at $1 50.
Fleishman & Co.'s
NEW DEPARTMENT STOKES,
504,508 and 508 Market st,
N. B. We guarantee pleasant
dreams with all our Night Shirts.
B y a thorough knowledge ot the natural laws
which govern the operations of digestion and
nutritiou.and and by a careful application of the
fine propertiesof well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps
has prodded our breakfast tables with a deli
cately flavored beverape which may save us
many heavy doctors' bills. It is by the judicious
use of such articles of diet that a constitution
may be gradually built up until strong enough
to resist every tendencv to disease. Hundreds
of subtle maladies are floating around us ready
to attack wherever there is a weak point. AVe
may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping our
selves well fortlned with pure blood and a prop
erly nourished frame." Civil Service Gazette.
Made simply with boilingwaterormilk. Sold
only in half pound tins by Grocers, labeled thus:
loo Cnnc A Pn Homoeopathic Chemists,
jaS.tppS OtUO., London. Eneland.
Or the LJquor Habit Positively Cured
by Administering Dr. Haines1
It can be given in a enp of convr tea without
the knowledge of the person taklnp it; isabso-
lately harmless, and will effect a permanent and
iii eneci a j
eedy cure, whether the patient Is a moderate
drinker or an alcoholic wreck.
Drunkards hare been made temneraie men who
have taken Golden Specific in their coffee without
their knowledge and to-day believe thev quit
drinking from their own free will. IT NKVEK
FAILS. The system once impregnated with the
63 E. Federal st,
Trade supplied by
Geo. A. Kelly & Co.,
rE FAMOUS GUCKENHEIMER PURE
Rye Whisky of all ages from $2 to Sts per
THE BEST BRANDS OF CHAMPAGNE,
Burgundy, Claret, Rhine and Moselle Wines hy
case or bottle. Rich Island Madeira, Old
Oporto Port and Rare Amontillado Shcrrv for
tho sick room. Finet, Castillon, Otard. Mar
tell and Rochelle Brandies, Holland Gins and
a full stock of Cordials. English Pale Ale.
Brown Stout, Ginger Ale and Pure Vinegars
for the table. All goods strictlv pure and at
cheapest possible prices. F. ANDRIESSEN.
0 and 42 Ohio street. Allegheny. myl2-TTS
O. D. LEVIS, Solicitor of Patents,
131 Fifth avenue, above Smlthfleld, next Leader
office. (No delay.) Established 20 years.
H Bail m.
In the course, of stock taking, just concluded, we have laid aside a great many goods in every department, which we
have determined to close out to ?nake room for nezv goods now arriving 'and crowding us the cost not taken into
consideration. All mttst go, at any sacrifice. Co?nmencing Monday next you will find on 0ur counters:
Remnants, of Black and Colored Silks, up to 10 yard lengths, at " off."
Remnants of Dress Goods, up to 8 yard lengths, "j4 off.
Remnants Cloth Suitings, up to 8 yard lengths, " off." .
Remnants plain, fancy and brocade Velvets and Plushes, (l4 off."
Remnants Table Linens and Crashes, odd lots Towels and Napkins, at onehaIf value.
Remnants Flannels, a few slightly soiled Blankets, " off."
Remnants Muslins, Ginghams, Tickings, Prints, Embroideries and Laces at prices to clear at once.
Remnants Carpets, up to 25 yards, at bargain prices.
Odd lots Lace Curtains, up to three pairs of a pattern, " off." " ?
Odd lots and slightly soiled Underwear, Hosiery and Gloves, " off." , A
Millinery Goods of every kind and Remnants of Ribbons, "K off." : v
Special 20 Imported Suit Patterns, braided and combinations, " off."
Jackets, Newmarkets, Jerseys, Seal Plush Garments and Furs of all kinds, "K off."
N. B. The above will bo oleared out at short notice. Look out for our next "ad," of New Goods Opening- in every department
"WRITE FOR SAMPLES. ORDERS WILL HAVE OUR PROMPT ATTENTION.
165, 167 and 169 FEDERAL
We Have Just Made an
AND THE PUREST,
Best Made Goods
in the World.
This may sound like a strong statement
and so it is, but nevertheless it is a fact;
hence an opportunity to buv Black Silks of
a superior merit much under value. Fine
and medium weight goods not big, showy
cords that are only filled with dressing, and
are not Silks, although they may be called
snch these remarkable Black Silk Bar
gains are not that kind.
Lot one $ 85
Lot two 90
Lot three . 1 00
Lot four 1 IS
Lot five . 1 25
Lot six 1 35
Lot seven.... 1 50
Lot eight 2 00
Lot nine 2 50
"When you see these fine, rich, pure Silks
the question is settled, if you want a Black
Silk, or are likely to in the near future.
"We also have, in addition to the above,
now on sale, all from reputable and first
Eight lines, or different makes. .. .51 00
Six lines, or different makes 1 25
Four lines, or different makes 1 50
Four lines, or different makes 1 75
Four lines, or different makes 2 CO
All at special prices less than the market.
"We are takiog stock this week. Every
department of the house, Upstairs and down,
will have unusual "STOCK-TAKING
BARGAINS." .This means more than it
says space prevents but see for yourself
every day this week.
Silks, Zephyrs and Salines.
NEW INDIA SILKS no old ones not
a single piece carried over; bnt these ad
vance styles of Inaias are commanding at
tention. ANDERSON'S NEW SCOTCH
ZEPHYRS and Novelties, all their latest
and best productions for season 18S9, are
shown here. New 4-4 Scotch Zephyrs at
21c. New 3-4 Scotch ZeDhvrs at 20c.
New and finest FRENCH SATINES and
hundreds of pieces to select from.
New Embroideries and Laces.
New "White Goods,
New Seamless Pillow Linens.
New Seamless Pillow Cottons.
Everything choice and prepared for your
NEW AMERICAN ZEPHYR GING
HAMS, 10 and 12'c. Choicest produc
tions and best ever shown.
Bargains in Underwear.
Final prices made to-day on all Winter
Garments Peasant Cloaks or Circulars,
535 00 styles to 520 00, and 525 00 styles to
515 00; others at ?10 00 from 520 00. Cloth
Newmarkets, colors and black, 53 50, 55 00,
58 50, S10 00 and 515 00; half price forthese.
Plush Jackets, Coats and Sacques, Modjes
kas. Wraps, all reduced. Misses and Chil
dren's Jackets at 51 00, 52 50 and 55 00; all
of them less than half of what they cost us.
Misses' Newmarkets and Gretchens, win
ter weights and some fall styles, to go at a
sacrifice. We finish stock taking end of
next week, and for the next five days there
will be such bargains here as you have
never before seen or heard of. Come and
see for yourself.
Bargains in Lace Curtains, Portieres, Silk
Curtains, Madras Curtains, Scrims, Drapery
Materials, Table and Piano Covers and
Half Chair and Lounge Covering Materials
at 25c, 50c, 75c and 51 00 a yard.
"Visit the Glove Counter, the Hosiery
Counters bargains there for you. Stock
taking prices onUmbrellas too. Silk, Gloria
Cloth, Gingham and Alpaca.
115, 117. "9. 121
Federal Street, Allegheny.
P. S. Dress Goods and Suitings, Cash
meres and Black Goods bargains you want
to see this week at "Stock-taking Prices."
ZESTOWI STOTTJEl OIIPIFOIRT'CTICTIT-' I
::: MEN'S, BOYS' and CHILDREN'S :::
Overcoats and lie Slits; Eats aid Caps,
talk Goods ail Footwear
-AT VERY LITTLE MORE THAN-
Great Inventory Sale, Now On,
We shall commence our laborious task of stock-taking February i
and as this seems to be a season for reductions we intend the few days
remaining to us before stock-taking to
ECLIPSE ALL OUR FORMER EFFORTS
by offering everything, yes everything, at a price which will not only
astound everybody but beat anything within the "recollection of the
oldest inhabitant." We intend that our customers shall every day this
week reap the richest harvest of bargains ever known. The reductions
we have made are greater than anyone outside our store has any idea of;
we have not marked down prices in solitary or isolated places, nor yet
on any particular grades of goods, but wherever the eye can see, in every
department, will be found reduced prices, reduced to such an extent
that nothing whatever remains of anywhere near the original figures. If
some sales are greater than others then this sale of ours is the greatest
of 'em all. We've marked down every article and garment to a price
which you'll wonder at, to a price which will cause everyone who ascer
tains them and finds out the quality of the goods offered to be astounded.
We haven't a single thing in our store but what is a bargain greater even
than you think. Now, if you want anything we offer and want it cheaper
than you've any idea of come and see us as early as you can.
Fourth Annual Distribution of Coal
To the deserving poor of Pittsburg and Allegheny will take place
Monday, February 4, and following days.
We shall have the pleasure of giving away 12,000 bushels, which
will be distributed in loads of 25 bushels each as under: 280 loads by
the Association for the Improvement of the Poor, Pittsburg; 100 loads
by the Ladies'. Relief Society of Allegheny; 50 loads by the Dorcas
Society of Pittsburg and 50 loads by the United Hebrew Relief Associa
tion. Tickets enabling the holders to participate in the distribution will
be given by the officers of the societies named, to whom application
must be made.
CHINA and GLASS,
Hotel "Ware, Cut Glass,
THE J. P. SMITH,
Lamp9GIass & China Co,
935 Penn Avenue.
Goods to lie (H at
STREET, ALLEGHENY, PA.
300 to 400 Market street,
In Ladies, Misses and Children's Muslin
All pronounce them the best aud cheapest
line ever shown here. Full sizes and best
finish guaranteed. Come and convince
48c, 65c, 75c, 85c, 95c, 31 00, SI 10 up to finest.
25c, 35c, 48c, 65c, 75c, 85c, SI 00 up to finest
nit A WEES,
25c, 35c, 40c, 45c, COc, 55c, 65c, 75c, 85c, $1 10
up to finest.
23c, 35c, 45c, 50c, 65c, 75c, 85c, 51 00 nu to
35c, 48c, 50c, 65c, 75c, 85c, SI 15, ?1 25 up
50c, 65c, 75c, 85c, 93c, ?1 00, SI 25, SI 35,
SI 50 up to finest.
Children's Muslin Drawers,
Sizes 1 and 2,10c per pair, hem and tucks,
good muslin; larger sizes 15c up; finest
muslin at popular prices.
Infants' outfits a specialty ready-mads 'and
to order. All the new shapes and styles in the
above, extra sizes for large persons.
OUR WINTER CLEARANCE SALE still
going on; lots of excellent goods way below
cost. Come and save money.
CAMPBELL k SONS,
710 PENN AVENUE,
Bet. Seventh and Eighth Sts.