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THE PITTSBTTKG DISPATCH, "THUBSDAY, MAEOH 28, 1889.
v The Famous Commoner of England
Passes Peacefully Away.
-J)EEP AKD UNIVERSAL SOEROW.
QueenTictoria iffectionatelj greets a Sis
LIBERTY OF THE PBESS IN GEEMAKI
Loxdcmt, March 27. Mr. John Bright
diedat 8:30 o'clock this morning. His end was
peaceful and pain
less. He had lain in
a comatose condition
since yesterday. All
of his family were
present at his death-
SSbed. The death of
li' the famous Common-
5?5 cr diverted attention
from all other sub
jects. Bulletins were
posted in the House
The Great Commoner, of Commons and out
side the newspaper buildings on Fleet
Accustomed as everybody has been to the
idea of his death, it created a proiound
shock among Gladstonians, and even the
Irish members share the general sadness,
for the old man, they say, was led off into
Unionist folly by the mere vanity of old
Mr. Bright represented the Central di
vision of Birmingham in the House. The
district has never been polled on the Home
Bale issue, as Mr. Bright was unopposed in
1SS6. Doubtless there will be a contest now
which will enchain the attention of the
FEELIXG IN THE HOUSE.
In the House of Commons to-day the
Bight Hon. "William H. Smith, the Gov
ernment leader, with much emotion, referred
to the death of Mr. John Bright. He said
that he would postpone his remarks on Mr.
Bright until next .Friday, when Mr. Glad
stone, who was called to Scotland by the
death of his brother, could be present Mr.
3rorley thanked Mr. Smith for his consid
eration in regard to desiring Mr. Gladstone's
presence, and said that the latter, who was
the life-lonjr friend of Mr. Bright, wonld be
John Brieht was born at Greenbank, near
Bochdale, November 14, 1811. Having re
ceived the rudiments of a substantial En
glish education, he entered his father's
business and became a member of the firm
of John Bright & Brothers, cotton spinners
and manufacturers, of Bochdale.
Though he had taken part in the Keform
agitation of 1831-32, Mr. Bright first dis
tinguished himself in political life by be
coming, in 1839, one of the earliest members
of the Anti-Corn-Law League, which grew
out of an association formed in 1839 to ob
tain the repeal of the Corn laws. In April,
1843, he unsuccessfully contested the repre
sentation of the city of Durham, for which,
however, he wasreturned in July fcllowing;
and he continued to sit for Durham till 1847,
when he was returned for Manchester. He
made his maiden speech in Parliament on
Mr. E wart's motion for extending the prin
ciples of free trade, August 7, 1843.
AJT ACTIVE STATESMAN.
Mr. Bright's activity in Parliament and
on the platform was varied and continuous.
In the House of Commons he proposed to
apply the remedy of free trade in land to
the state of things which produced the Irish
famine. He appealed, unsuccessfully, for
the dispatch of a royal commission to in
vestigate the condition of India; and
in 1849 he was appointed one of the
members of the celebrated select committee ,
of the House of Commons' on official sal
aries. In the Iegislatnrk''aid in- the'prov
Snces, especially at Manchester, he oo-op-erated
with Mr. Cobden in the movement
which the latter sought to create in favor of
financial reform, mainly with a Tiew to the
reduction of our naval and military estab
lishments. "When the Liberals returned to power in
May, 1880, Mr. Bright was reappointed
Chancellor of the Dnchy of Lancaster. On
July 17, 1882, he announced in the House
of Commons that he had resigned the office,
and retired from the Cabinet because he
differed with his colleagues on their policy
in Egypt, which led to the bombardment of
Alexandria. Mr. Bright was elected Lord
Bector of the University of Glasgow No
vember 15, 1880.
Tlie sculptor Brucejoy has taken a cast of
Mr. Bright's face. Political deputations
will follow the funeral. Only personal
friends will be admitted to the meeting in
the house At political meetings through
out the country last evening sympathetic
references were made co Mr. Bright. Sir
"William Vernon Harconrt, speaking at
Bradford, said that no greater or purer
man ever adorned political life.
The funeral of Mr. John Bright will take
place on Saturday. The interment will be
in the Quaker's burying ground at Boch
dale. The ceremonies will be as private as
TWO QUEENS MEET.
Victoria Makes a State Tlsit to a Sister
San Sebastian, March 27. Queen
Victoria paid her expected visit to San
Sebastian to-day. Her Majesty was accom
panied by Prince and Princess Henry of
Battenberg and members of her suite, in
cluding Lady Churchill. Upon the arri
val of the train here, the queen was greeted
with salvos of artillery front the Lemotta
citadel and volleys from the troops that
lined the route to the Boyal castle.
The Queen .Regent, accompanied by the
Duchess of Baden and the Countess Sastago,
was waiting at the station, together with
numerous officials and deputations. The
Queen, upon alighting from the train,
kissed Christina on both cheeks. After
mutual presentation including the intro
duction of Prime Minister Sagasta to Vic
toria, the two Queens entered a state car
riage and drove to the castle, attended by a
brilliant military escort. As the royal car
riage passed between the long line ot troops
on either side of the roadway the military
bands played the national anthem, and the
populace cheered enthusiastically.
IIBEETT OF THE PRESS.
Will Soon be nn Unknown
Beeltn, March 27. The Freisinnige
Zeitung says that the penal bill pro
vides punishment for the divulg
ing of State tecrets, even though
the divnlger be ignorant of
the necessity of secrecy. Two editors of
the YolH Zeitung bare- been fined for de
clining to name the writer of an article al
leged to be insulting to the Emperor and
A resolntion will be submitted to the
Beichstag, favoring concerted measures be
tween Germany, France and Great Britain,
to prevent the importation of spirits into
An American Conricted of For eery.
London, March 27. The Court of
Queen's Bench has decided that Iguatz
Beinitz, the American who was recently ar
rested at Liverpool on the charge of
swindling the "Commercial National Bank,
of Kew Vork, in filling in checks for
r "mounts larger than the sums he was au
thorized to draw, committed forgery, and
loused to grant a trjt of habeas corpus in
' his case.
. Henry Grorgc in Ireland.
DUBLrN.March 27. Michael JDavitt will
i'b?jLarman i the meeting to be addressed
tJj??nl3' Gsorge in this city shortly.
SOMEWHAT OF A WEDDING.
X Marriage Performed by a Special Act of
Nashville, March 27. Senator Pryor
Carter, of Macon, county, and Mrs. Corelia
Jordan, of this city, were united in mar
riage to-day in tha State Senate Chamber,
in the presence of both houses of the Gen
eral Assembly, the two Speakers occupying
prominent positions on the stand. The cere
mony was nerforined by Governor L. Tay
lor, this being the first time that a marriage
has been solemnized in Tennessee bv the
Governor. Both branches of the Legisla
ture yesterday passed a bill empowering
the Governor "and the Speakers to perform
the marriage in question.
There were present a large number of
citizens, and the affair was very interesting
for various reasons. The members of the
Senate presented a handsome silver service
to the happv couple. The Senator stands
six feet eight inches in height, is 66
years old, and is one of the leading mem
bers of the back'woods delegation. The
bride is considerably younger, and is well
and favorably known in this city.
THE AEW GOIiD COUXTBI
Itloy Belong to tbe United State and Not to
San Fbancisco, March 27. A special
from Ensenada, Lower California, says: A
discovery is reported here which is said to
be filling the International Land Company
people with dread. It is said that by mis
take in tbe English maps at the time of the
treaty of Guadaloupe Hidalgo, the boundary
line between the United States and Mexico
was placed 60 miles too far north, and that
the real boundary terminates on the Pacific
Ocean at a point some distance south of
The treaty prescribes that the line shall
cut the mouth of the Colorado river, but the
English maps the only maps extant at that
time had the Gila river, whose mouth is
near Yuma, incorrectly marked as the Colo
rado river. The mouth of the Colorado
river is 60 miles south of Yuma, at Point
Pabelle, and if the boundary line were to be
drawn at that point it wonld place the
Meanereado, the town of Ensenada and all
the country north of those places within the
limits of the .United States.
THEI TOTED IX INDIANA.
The Arrest of Twin Brothers for "Violating
the Election law.
? Chicago, March 27. Elvin and Melvin
Light are twins and two handsome young
men. Uncle Sam had them in the toils this
morning. It seems that they live at Center
Schoolhouse, "Washington township, Ind.,
but went to work in Sheldon, 111. The
Jndge'of this county advised them to go to
their old home in Indiana to vote at the
late Presidental election.
They did eo; and yesterday Deputy
United States Marshal Jones went to Shel
don to arrest them on an indictment found
by the grand jury of the Tenth Congression
al district of Indiana for illegal voting.
They were taken by Commissioner Hoyne
this morning and give a bond of 5500 for
their appearance before the District Court
at Indianapolis. It is said that nothing
wrong was intended by the Light brothers
they were simply badly advised.
Two Colored Illorderera Hanaed.
Nashville, March 27. At Lebanon to
day Jim Turner and Mack Francis, colored,
were hanged for the murder of Len Martin
last August Turner's neck was broken,
but Francis died by strangulation after hor
Tor Western Pennsyl
vania and West Vir
ginia, light rain, fol
lowed Thursday by fair;
cooler winds, becoming
PrrrsBUBO. March 27. 1SS9,
The United States Signal Service officer In
this city lurmsbes tbe loiiowmg.
Mean temp SI
Maximum lemo.... 64
10:00 A. M.
1:00 F. M.
3:00 P. X.
Minimum temp.... 4S
50P. M 59
8:00 P. it. 53
Hirer at 5 P. M., 6.4 feet; a fall or 0.4 feet in 24
tSrZCIil. TELEGRAMS TO THE DIEr-ATCH.l
BBOW5SV1I.1.E River S feet 2 inches and
falling. "Weather clear. Thermometer 58 at
Wakren River 3 feet 3 inches and falling.
Weather cloudy and warm.
Marrlace licenses Granted Yesterday.
(Jacob Fisher. Allegheny
(Emma Jones Allegheny
(W. S. G. White Allegheny
Elizabeth E. Doud Allegheny
(John Mellon Sprlnjrdsle
) Ida 31. MurdocL bprlngdale
( Conrad Herr Bearer county
iWllhclmlnc Head land Marshall township
( "William P. Uueschle Chanters
Lizzie Brandes Chartlcrs
I Arthur BlacVbnrn Westmoreland township
Emma IS. HUler flttsbunr
(LewlsbnpDfs Elizabeth township
"jAognrtaHoff Elizabeth township
(John Fleishman Pittsburg
J Annie L. Haus ,. Pittsburg
(William Buegle Pittsburg
Christina fachnapp Pittsburg
( Kelso Neelv Klnley township
(Aggie E. Brers Flnley township
( Emlle 3las5art .T. Tarcntum
J Ueslree bouply .Tarentuin
Jblmon Pearlsteln Pittsburg
'Jennie Wlzansky Pittsburg
I Albert binlth Pittsburg
I Anna Eenner Pittsburg
( Williftn H. Heck Pittsburg
I Kate Moratb Pittsburg
( Frederick Karl Allegheny
J Bertha llorchant. Allegheny
(John Simon.. Pittsburg
(Katie Lothes Pittsburg
( Matthew Donaldson Pittsburg
( Lizzie Williamson Pittsburg
(William Suffern Pittsburg
1 Lizzie Curtln ... Pittsburg
Is dangerous as well as troublesome.
It renders tbe patient liable to the rup
ture of a blood vessel or to other serious
injury of throat and lungs. To allay
bronchial irritation and give immediate
relief, the best medicine is Ayer's
"I was recently troubled with a dry
cough which seemed to be caused by an
irritation in the throat. My physician
prescribed lor me, but no relief was ob
tained. A little over a week ago, my
attention being called to Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral, I concluded to try it, and pur
chased a bottle. After taking this med
icine only one day, I could see a, change
for the better, and, by the time I had
used it a week, my cough had entirely
disappeared." H. "W. Denny, Franklin
square, "Worcester, Mass.
"Ayer's Cherry Pectoral leads all
other medicines as a sure, safe, and
speedycure of throat and lung troubles."
W. H. Graff & Co., Druggists, Carson,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Dr. J. c, Ayer & Co., Lowell, , Mass.
Sold by all Druggists. Price $1; six bottles, $5.
i v5ak rHEpv I ' i
I BnV I b I l i
"A- Dry Cough"
Thursday of each week during the present
season we shall devote entirely to advertis
ing our business, by selling the most desira
ble goods in our establishment without
profit, and in many instances below cost.
To-day we offer a line of the most elegant
suits and spring overcoats which money and
skill can produce, at 510 $10 and we
guarantee that thegarments spld to-day can
not be duplicated for less than $20 to $25
anywhere in Pittsburg. P. C. O. C, cor.
Grant and Diamond sts., opp. new Court
Onr Second Shipment Boys' Star Shirt
Additional new patterns, and very pretty
ones. Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores,
KM Glove Barsalni t
150 real French embroidered kid, 89c,
worth $1.50, at Eosenbaum & Co.'s.
13,000 Pairs New Stockinet To.Day,
25 cents to $1 a pair, in the famous "Cable
Dye" fast black. Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
If you want to bay a bedroom or parlor
suit, rail and examine the Iarsre stock at
Dain & Dasohbach's, 111 Smithfield street.
Dr. Sophy E. Peitwelt, Dentist.
On and after April
1, office, room 407
SOHULTZ-McGREGOR Noon, March 27,
1SS9, at the residence of the bride's parents,
WeUsville, O., by the Rev. J. L Lowrv, Mr. C.
J. ScrrtJirz, Jjj., of Pittsburg, and Miss Mab
gaeet J. McGregor
BAILEY On Wednesday, March 27, 18S9. at
U a. jr.. Mart, widow of tbo late Samuel
Bailey, in tbe 7M year of her age.
Funeral Fbiday afternoon at 230 o'clock
from her late residence, No. 190 Sandusky
street, Allegheny City. Private interment, 2
BECHTOLD At his residence. 7 Federal
street, Allegheny, on Monday. March 25. 1889,
at 12 o'clock, EaiDlus Bechtold, Sb., In the
S24 year of his age.
Funeral from the residence, on THURSDAY
at 1:30 p. st. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend, a
CTJSHING On Tuesday, March 28, 1883, at
9.3U P. Jr.. Maurice, son of Maurice and Mag
gie Cashing, In the 3d year ot his age.
Friends of the family are respectfully 'in
vited to attend the funeral at the parents' resi
dence, 108 Ridge avenue, Allegheny, on THURS
DAY, at 2 p. it. Interment private.
DIXON On Tuesday, March 28, at 2 p. M.
Annie Mary, beloved daughter of John and
Maria Dixon, aged 5 years 11 months 26 days.
Funeral from the home of her parents.
Holmes street, Eighteenth ward, at 2 p. at. on
Thursday. Friends of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend.
GOFF At 3.15 A. M Tuesday. March 26,
1889, of typhoid fever, Nellie K., only daugh
ter of John, Jr., and Nellie H. Goff, aged 14
Friends are Invited to attend the funeral ser
vices at the family residence. No. 230 Shady
avenue. East End, at 2.30 P. M. Thursday, the
23th inst. Interment private at a later hour.
"" Youngstown papers please copy.J 2
HARDY On March 27, 1889, at 1 A. St., Johit
Hardy, aged ii years.
Funeral will take place from the residence of
John Hamilton, No. i Clay alley, on Thursday
at 2 p. si. Brotherhood of Carpenters and
Joiners arc respectfully invited to attend.
McLAUGHLIN-Tuesday, March 26. 1889,
Miss Kate McLaughlin, in her 43d year.
Funeral Thursday morning at Braddock.
ROSS-On Tuesday, March 26, 1889, at 11
p. su at the family residence. Nolo, Indiana
connty, Pa., David Ross, In his 87th year.
Noticeof funeral hereafter.
SCRIMSHAW At the family residence. 611
Murtland avenue. Twenty-first ward, on Tues
day. March 26, 1S89, at 4.25 P. it. Cora Scrim
shaw, daughter of William and Lizzie Beck
ett, aged 21 years 7 months and 13 days.
Asleep in Jesns.
Funeral services on Thursday, March 28,
at 3f. at. Friends of the family are respect
fnl'y invited to attend.
STAUFFEN On Wednesday. March 27,1889.
at 5-45 a. it., Anna May, daughter of John
and Carrie StanSen, aged i years 5 months 7
Funeral from the residence of her parents,
59 Grant alley, on Thursday March 28, at 3
p. M. Interment private.
THOMAS On Monday evenine. March 25. at
9.30 o'clock, at her late residence. No. 109 Magno
lia street, Allegheny, Catherine Elizabeth
Difpel, wife of William H. Thomas, in her
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend the funeral services at the residenco
of her brother, John Dlppel, No. 24 Franklin
street, on Thursday, March 28, at 2 o'clock.
WOLFF On Tuesday evening, March 26,
1889, at 8 o'clock, Jacob Wolff, son of tha
late Frank Wolff, at tbe age of 37 years, 6
months and 19 days.
Funeral to take place onFniDAYat 8 o'clock,
from his father's residence, New Brighton road.
Eleventh ward, Allegheny City. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
JAMES ARCHIBALD JBRO.,
LTVERY AND SALE STABLES,
U7, 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below
Smithfield st, next door to Central Hotel.
Carnages for funerals,$3. Carnages for operas,
parties, Scl, at the lowest rates. All new car
nages. Telephone communication. my3-d60-TTS
JOHN L. TREXLER & CO.,
Funeral Directors and Emhalmers, Livery
and Boarding Stables. Nos. 378 and 380.
Beaver ave. Residence. CS1 Prebla
ave., Allegheny City.
Telephone S116. mh23-MThSn
EPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN 1SCI
ASSET? - . !9J071,69633.
Insurance Co. of North America,
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES, 84 Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-ij
Walter J. osborne. . Richard harrows.
BARROWS fc OSBORNE
90 Diamond street
Telephone No. 812
- 41 Seventh avenue,
Telephone 1344. se5-nC0-TT3
Unprecedented Attractions for This Week.
CLOAK .DEPARTMENT. .
plain, embroidered and braided. Hisses .
and choice' materials; all well made garments. On same floor we show a superior line of Muslin Underwear, in great variety and
Dresses, Skirts and Corset Covers. Complete outfits for infants. A visit to our Cloak Room will repay you at the presenttime.
new, ejura latc. wwiwt uuiuciw xunuo, very vuuiuc, iw, -uu uuu .sou, nuuut uau men inmca. xiajjuua, iuv, fix, 3i -su ujj. a. lull xinner JNapKin at $1 OU; specially TOOd.
Tapestry and Plush Covers in sizes for the stand, table and piano. Stamped Linen Tidy Splashers. Tray and sideboard sizes in White and Ecru, at low prices. We carry fall
lines of Mattresses, Pillows, Bolsters, Sheets and Pillow Cases, ready made. "White and Colored Bed Spreads at popular prices.
PI flTHS ANn r.fiSSIlVlFRFS 7J!SSJJftS!!fm Mea and Boys' wear- Latest styles in Checks. Stripes, Mixtures.
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Open to-day, two cases Pancy Dress Goods at 25c; best goods for the inonev ever offered;
40-inch, all-wool Serges, at 25c, worth 40c. Double width Plaids and Strip'es, new styles
and excellent clothes, 37Jc, including Black and White Plaids and stripes ior combina
tions, with the latest Hih-Art Novelties in Imported Fabrics, 50c, 7jo, 81, 1 25 and
Si 50 a yard; all the newSpring colors in French Cashmeres, 50c, 65c, 75c. 90c, and 51(
46 inches wide and superior values; lots of Ch allies from ii up; Domestic Ginghams,
excellent dress styles, 10c and 12J4c; Scotch Zephyrs, 20c, 25c, 37c and 40c; Etoile du
Nords and other wash fabrics at low prices. Note our superior assortment Satines, 10c,
12c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 30c and Zlic
CH V nCDABTMCMT Bla:k and Colored Dress Silk, 50c up; Black Gros
OILtV UCl flll I mull I . Grains, 65c, 75c, 87Uc, 24-inch at 51, SI V2U and
$1 25 are unquestionably rare bargains; very superior values, El 50 to S3 a yard. Double
Wrap Surahs, Merveilleaux, Baratheas, Bhadames and other fancy weaves at low prices.
Body Brussels, New Patten
J. no stock is now
Patterns Ingrains. Hall
Smyrna Bugs and Druggets and Oil Cloths at
ROLL TOP DESKS,
FLAT TOP DESKS,
and ARM CHAIRS.
5 Feet Long, - $40 00
4 Feet 4 inches Long, $33 00
3 Feet 6 Inches Long, $26 50
Keep in mind that these
low prices . are for desks of
best possible cabinet work,
latest mechanical devices and
finest finish. They are as low
as regular market prices for
inferior desks. We have sold
hundreds, but have yet to re
ceive the first complaint as to
their operation or durability.
33 FIFTH AVENUE.
WESTERN INSURANCE CO.
NO. 411 WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIMICK. President.
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President
fe2M6-TTS WM. P. HERBERT, Secretary.
fat iz4 ttrfjczJm iwcfod
&Atdd4mm (0 (&.
SOj So6 9 SO&
this room we are displaying
;ng the latest
Stockinette Jackets in Black and Colored.
Garments and Jackets. Jersev Blouses,
Another importation of specialties in Table Linens from 20c up. See those Golden Plax Table Linens at 60c; never sold under C5c. And
those 72-inch Damasks at 75c. Thev are beauties. Past-Colored Tnrkev Red Tabling at 20e and IRf. flnor vrnAe ommlttr nl,i voir....
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UUI&SUUWB auu Jiaiu, wmuii JUU ff JU
Special values, double width Cash-
Cll I . meres.lll,c.l2Uc.l5o.20cnnd25c
complete and prices lowerthan ever. Pine
Brussels, reliable make. 60c. 60c. 65e and 75c.
and stair Caroets. Mats and Mat tines.
167 and 169 FEDERAL
CHILDREN AND MISSES'
Friday and Saturday,
29 AND 30
The very newest and most stylish Bats
that good taste and skill can produce will
be shown. Come in and bring the children
along. In the meantime, we' are showing a
full line of the newest things in
SPRING MILLINERY .
HORNE & WARD,
41 FjfrTE AVENUE.
OLD CITY HALL
Farewell to Pittsburg.
Leaving on April 13 for
MONDAY & TUESDAY
evenings, April 1 and Z
Two (2) Farewell Piano Recitals, -
Will bo assisted by
(The Wonderful Boy Violinist.)
TrH. I f CHAS. E. PRATT,
GITTINGS. 5 t Accompanist.
Reserved seats, SI; also 75c. Sale of seats at
KJeber & Bro.'s, commencing Thursday, 28.
MANUFACTURERS AND MERCHANTS
INa CO., 417 Wood street, Pittsburg, Fa.
capital S250.000 00
Assets January 1, 1S89 363,745 80
Directors Chas. W. Batchelor, President;
John W. Chalfant, Vice President; A E. W.
Painter, Root Lea, M. W. Watson, John Wih
son, Joseph Walton, Win-G. Park, AM.Byers
Jas. J. Donnell, Geo. E. Fainter, John Thomp
son. Wm. T. Adair, Secretary; Jas. Little, As
sistant Secretary; August Ammon. General
Agent. , ja22-46-TTS
Established ISia. Telephone Call 107a
FRAUK J. GTJOKERT,
...Coniractorand Manufacturer of
BANK, OFFICE. STORE AND CHURCH
poors. Wainscoattag, Ceilings and Hard Wood
Work of every description, for building and
decorative purposes. Mantels, Cabinets and
Furniture of Special Designs. Drawings and
Estimates furnished on application. Office and
factory, Nos. 68 and 70 Seventh Avenue, Pitts
burg. Pa. Hard wood lumber. n27-hl0O-TTS
choice styles and largest assortment in New
New Spring weight Newmarkets in Black and
plain and braided. Infants' Cloaks. Ladies'
vrnlOTArt TahI, m 7f tfl Cf OSf A M1 1
uv ncu w U.1UIUC.
Hats and Bonnets, all new and the latest shapes and colors.
Feathers, Gauzes, and Ornaments for hat trimmings.
ii u cuure jur uiiummg nnis O0UUt
Colored Shirts, Collars and Cuffs, New Neckware and Hosiery and Seasonable Underwear
at low figures.
R A R R A I N Q in.NewTCoefc, .Hosiery .for Indie's and children; Gloves, Dress Trim
DHnUHIIlO mwgs, Lace and Eeavy Curtains, JPortiers, Window Shades, etc.
Five Cases New Ginghams at 6c; regular price, 10c. See them.
sent when requested. Mail orders promptly
B. & B.
Thursday, March 28.
We would like every lady of
me iwo cines to see our latest
importation of Paris Robes.
We believe (here is such a se
lection (several hundreds in
-number that even the varied
tastes purchasers may have
will be satisfied. No one has
yet gone away disappointed
and we have sold thousands of
We offer to-day an entirely
new line of evening- dress fab
rics. Until you see them you
will have but an incomplete
idea of what beautiful things
have' come out. The first is
the Cream Nuance Suiting,
with 'the rich co?nbination col
ored border. Some of the
prettiest effects we have seen
are shown in these deep bor
ders, and they all harmonize
in shade with the goods. The
other new thing is the Cream
Mouslin. Too much cannot
be said in praise of these ele
gant new fabrcs.
In con?iection with our
tfiorough lines of Robes and
Novelty Dress Patterns we
have what everybody this sea
son is demanding, Buttons and
Buckles for ' Trimming, in
appropriate shadings and de
signs. The directoire costumes
are being trimmed in large
buttons, and some of the most
novel and handsome goods, in
large add swall designs, have
come out to meet the new re
quirement. One is the Eiffel
button, showing the great
tower of the Paris Exposi
tion, with a Yankee at the
base looking up. There are
others just as unique. All
imported goods. - Prices for
the large buttons, 2kc to $6
per dozen, and for the small,
25c to $1 75. The Buckles
and Clasps, especially for
Blouse Waists, come in oxi
dized silver, antique and other
Speaking of buttons re-
minds-us that this is the sea
son for making up wash-goods
dresses, and that we have an
immense stock of pearl buttons.
Among them, and perhaps the
most popular, are the lines of
sett shan ft OalL peart 2 sc, ?oc,
35c and 40c. Others, includ
ing the 22 line, come from
Some elegant offerings in the
Black Goods Department that
should have a brief mention.
24-inch Mexican Grena
dine, 75c and $1.
24-inch Iron Frame Gren
adine, 75c and $1.
24-inch Silk Grenadine, 8 5c
to $1 25.
27-inch Crepe deChene,
$1 25 and $1 50.
48-inch Crepe deChene,
$3 75 and $4 75-
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Federal Street, Allegheny.
Serine Jackets for Ladies. SI 50 un. Km
Colors. New Jersevs. Black and notnrmi-
and Misses' Suits and Dtbbm! ltt ivi.
range of prices. Chemises, Drawers Ni"ht
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We are famous for correct styles and low
prices. We show this weekiOOTrimmed
New Bibbons, Flowers,
Unlaundried Shirts, 31c, 45e, 50c, 60c, and the
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MAMMOTH ASSORTMENT of HATS and CAPS
Spring shapes. Spring styles. Spring goods. Fine Silk Hats
Derby and Alpine Hats in all the latest and newest colors and shapes.
All the new style Crush Hats. Windsor Caps. Steamer Caps. Chil
dren's Fancy Caps in all colors. In fact there's nothing in the Hat line
but what we can supply you with and all at lower prices than you can
get them for from any one else.
Spring Styles Shirt Waists. Very Latest in Spring Neckwear,
All Kinds of Hose, Underwear, Shirts, Footwear, etc
.. Mail Orders Promptly Attended To. .'.
STORE IN TOWN
The best of the best, the finest of
the fine, everything as near perfec
tion as human skill can make.
Quality, fit, make and the abnor
mally (off prices are their recom
mendation. We've beea famed for
years for our superb styles and high
quality goods and we intend to make
this season further and still greater
inroads with the business done by
high-priced merchant tailors. We'll
convince .gentlemen that it is pure
folly for them to pay outrageously
high prices for their clothing when
they can get here good! better ia
every way for anywhere from on
third to one-half less money.
Forty large tables piled high with
long pant Suits and Spring Over
coats, to say nothing of large quan
tities of fine Fants and Coats. Suits
in all the latest styles, and you have
choice from an'almost endless vari
ety of the newest and handsomest
materials. Our buyers, who were
the earliest in the market, scoured
every Clothing center for the best,
while other dealers were asleep, and
the consequence was that they
scooped in the finest of the fine,
leaving later buyers to take what
our buyers left. Depend on it there
is no room for improvement in our
goods and our prices will, as usual,
be the lowest possible.
Short Pant Suits
This department of ours is crowded
with such elegant goods at such low
prices that we are sure of adding many
thousands of new customers to the vast
army of purchasers who now make this
sto're their headquarters for Boys' Cloth
ing. Talk about new styles, exquisite
designs and dainty novelties, we have
everything here, sure. The combination
of colors and tints is exquisitely beauti
ful and the trimmings as fine and artistic
as possible. Couple these desirable qual
ities with the fact that all our goods are
guaranteed to give satisfactory wear and
that prices will be found to be the lowest
and you have the secret of our enor
Everything in Children's Suits that a
fond mother's heart could wish for.
Swell little things, cute, small ones, nobby
large ones. Our assortment of Suits for
the little ones the only real complete
one in the city. Kilt Suits, one and two
piece, in all the lovely French novelties,
imported especially by us, as well as
every novel and neV design of American
manufacture. Just depend on it that our
Juvenile Clothing is the most charming
ever seen. Not a word will we say about
prices other than we guarantee to under
sell each and every clothier in the State.
We can do it and invite every parent to
ascertain this fact for themselves by com
ing and pricing our goods.
YOUR FAVORITE STORE,
to 400 Market street,