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1 LAND OF PROMISE.
The Territory of Oklahoma is Flow
ing With Milk and floneT.
ITS UNSURPASSED FERTILITY.
L Comprehensive Description of the
WITH A COEEECT EXFLAKATOEr MAP
tSrXCLU. TXX.ECBAX TO TDK DISPATCn.1
(- J --jflCHITA, March 30.
J 1 Iftr Anyone visiting, tlie
vr ix' see at a nance uie
reason for the intense
desire to possess the
land that actuates the
man who has onee
been there. The landscape is one of sur
ifrom a hilltop, the original site of the
iomn of Ennj, where Captain Payn was
captured by the soldiers, can be seen a
country as lair as ere could wish to rest on.
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OKLAHOMA A3JD ADJACEST TERBITOKT.
The new repon opened to settlement, as shown in the map, is bounded thus: North, Black
Bear Creek; east, the Iovras, Sac and Fox, Kickapoos ind Pottawatomie reservations; south
west, the Canadian river; south, Arrapahoe reservation; northwest, the Cimarron river. The
Atlantic and Pacific road passes through the center of the new Territory.
The beautiful valley of the Xorth Canadian
river stretches for miles on cither side of
the stream, being especially broad on the
outh side, before, by gradual ascent, the
uplands are reached, whence the gently
rolling prairies stretch into boundless
This Korth Canadian Valley is the gar
den spot of the Oklahoma country the
Canaan of the boomers. Soil of the utmost
Tertility, water in abundance rivers,springs,
lakes timber on the river banks and here
and there over the prairies, giving the en
tire scene a park-like appearance, and a
climate that knows not extremes, all com
bine to enhance the beauty of the country,
nd to assure in the future aland flowing
with milk and honey.
Tne trip from "Wichita to Oklahoma City
was a sdcccssion of surprises and revela
tions. Every mile or two alter leaving the
metropolis of Southwest Kansas trains of
covered wagons were seen winding their
way toward the Kansas line. Around
Arkansas City hundreds oi boomers were
camped, and the valley reaching down to
the Cherokee Strip was dotted every few
yards with groups of wagons and tents.
THE tSOIAS AT HOME.
At the first stopping place one has a fair
opportunity to see the red man at home;
and while the sight would perhaps not add
much to the sympathy that poor Xio's con
dition has aroused in the far East, the sam
ples seen here are a lair representation of
of the Indian as he is in real life a lazy,
dirty, good-for-nothing. As on the pre
vious night the Indians had held high
revel; representatives from most oi the
tribes were present at the agency, so that
the opportunity to draw conclusions was a
more th3n ordinarily good one.
From Ponca to Mendota, a station near
the Black Bear creek, the country grows
more rolling and better timbered in the
Ticinity of the waterways. On Black Bear
creek, -which we crossed soon after leaving
Mendota, we met with more "boomers'"
camps. Two immigrants' wagons had re
cently come in. The would-be settlers had
just Had time to put up their tent and were
preparing a meal when there appeared on
the scene four Indian scouR A little dog
playing with the children barked and was
promptly shot dead, and without a word the
tent was torn down, the lamily and all their
belongings bundled into the wagons and
started toward the Kansas line.
The more rugged country in the neighboi"
hood cf Black Bear creek soon gives way to
the fertile valleys of the Oklahoma country,
and by the time the fine trestle bridge
across the Cimarron is reached the view
from the train is one of great beauty and
presents an immense tract of valley land of
glorious fertility and as favored in the way
of natural drainage, timber and water as
perhaps any other lands within the domain
of the Unit"d States. Soon we ran into Ofc
lahoma City and out &gain into the dark
ness, and it was during the rnn from hereto
Purcell that, for perhaps SO miles, we par
alleled a blazing wall of fire said to have
been started by the boomers to starve out
the cattle men.
rUSCEX.Ii A MOVABLE TOWX.
The frontier town Purcell stands on a
lofty bluff overlooking the South Canadian
Paver, and to the east a part of the Okla
homa country A number of very primitive-looking
frame structures, tents, holes
in the ground covered with canvas and
every conceivable form of habitation that
will serve for temporary protection ore
perched on the hillside, but as one passes
these and reaches the bluff there looms up a
gathering of more pretentious buildings
which iorm the business portion of the
town, but which were evidently constructed
with a view to their easy removal should it
be deemed advisable to transfer the town to
any point that might appear more suitable,
the only structures of any permanencv be
ing the Catholic Mission School and the
church and school buildings of the Metho
dist, Presbyterian and Catholic denomina
tions. One reason for this unsubstantial condi
tion of affairs is that the land on which
Purcell is built belongs to a Chickasaw
Darned Eobert love, who leases the ground
to the proprietors of the buildings, and who
is very much easier to deal with as long as
,there exists the possibility that the town
3fcT be moved. There are, perhaps, 2,000
peOTsle in and about the place, and it is
rightly called the headauarters of the
"boomers." Many of these men have ac
cumulated considerable means, and will
xaake their fresh start in the new land un
der very flattering auspices, but there are
many whose woebegone appearance and
demoralized outfits forbode but sorry times
It has been stated on competent autborilv
that the reservation contained fully 30,000
people in all ready to move at a moment's
notice. That they were getting impatient is
not to be wondered at when it is realized
that the great majority of them have invest
ed their all in the venture, and see the time
rapidly approaching when they should be
getting in the crops they count upon to sup
port them during the coming winter.
ROUGH, BUT MIGHT BE W0IJSE.
The town has never been incorporated,
and is ruled solely by United States author
ity, and while there is plentr of lite and
bustle and a fair sprinkling of hard charac
ters, such as are always to be found in
frontier towns, there is a marked absence of
rowdyism, probably due to some extent to
the enforced prohibition of all intoxicants.
Of course in its time the town has been run
bv tough characters, and the walls of many
of the buildings be3r evidence to the shoot
ing that has been done by them, nd even
now a gang will occasionally terrorize the
entire community, but such "terrors" are
cenerallr brought to time by the deputy
United States marshals.
To the south of Purcell lie the Chickasaw
and Pottawatomie countries, which may
well be counted among the richest and most
productive lands in the Union. Paul's
Valley is one immen farm, stretching for
mileswithout sign of fence. A failure of
crops is an unheard of thing, and corn often
vields 100 bushels to the acre and sells now
in Purcell at 20 cents' a bushel. Cotton is
said to go a bale to the acre.
The South Canadian, below Purcell, is
almost dry, and presents a broad channel,
whose dangerous quicksands have buried
many a traveler and hidden many a murder.
Boomers in numbers were camped among
the jack oaks fringing the banks, but as
soon as the line is crossed into Oklahoma
proper they are hard to find, not because
there are none, but because they are hidden
in the breaks and in the belts of timber.fear
ful lest they shall be seen by soldiers. The
country here is broken and does not im
prove very much until, at Gorman, the
divide between the Xorth and South Cana
dians is passed. Here the country "grows
THE MOST GIGANTIC STOCK OF FURNITURE
ever brought to and exhibited in this city is to be seen at our spacious store. This is no exaggeration,
but the simple truth. Wish that every buyer of furniture would go to any or every installment store in
Pittsburg, then come to us, and if we don't show five times the variety, and name lower prices than any
other concern, then we will not consider ourselves entitled to'your patronage.
Take Bedroom Suites, for instance. We devote almost an entire floor (representing more space
than ordinary stores aggregate) to thedisplay and sale of these goods alone, and there is not a fashion
able or staple style that is not included in our assortment
Our stock of Parlor Furniture is equally attractive. ' We show many entirely novel designs in Par
lor Suites, as well as odd pieces, such as sofas, rockers, arm chairs, cabinets, center tables, etc.
As to Diningroom Furniture a single glance at our extensive and elegant assortment of sideboards
will suffice to show that we lead all competition. Special attention is called to our gorgeous Mahogany
sideboards in scores of entirely new and original styles. Extension tables, all kinds and sizes. Dining
room chairs, by the thousand.
For the Sittingroom and Library we have a truly marvelous assortment of choice and cheap
POPULAR HOUSE FURNISHING CONCERN,
923 and 925 Penn- Avenue, Near Ninth Street.
Open Saturdays Till 10 F. M.
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EVERYTHING IN' HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
is here, and at such prices as only Keech can name. Your particular attention is directed to our excel
lent assortment of Refrigerators and Ice Chests. Time was when many poor families couldn't afford a
refrigerator. That time has passed ever since the era of Keech's popular prices has commenced.
Of course, you want a first-class Stove or Range in your house. Let us supply that want, if you
want a good article for little money. It is a well known fact that we carry the best and most celebrated
grades of Stoves and Ranges and sell them actually for less money than other dealers get for far inferior
If you need anything in Tinware or Woodenware, remember, that we can serve you to perfection.
And, how about Crockery and Queensware? If you have any wants in this line, bear in mind that we
carry a complete assortment and name prices that.cannot be approached by the exclusive crockery
houses of Pittsburg. Right on our first floor we show you a large and beautiful assortment of Silver
ware and Cutlery, and right here let it be understood that, unlike the jewelry houses of this city, we
don't charge from 50 to 100 per cent profit on these goods. Our usual very modest margin is quite
sufficient for us.
POPULAR HOUSE FURNISHING CONCERN,
923 and 925 Penn Avenue, Near Ninth Street.
Open Saturdays Till 10
level until Oklahoma City. The buildings
here are few and of the most unpretentious
IN A BOOMEE3 CAMP.
"We soon started out to prospect. Beach
ing the river, which is deep here, we were
at a loss to know how to cross, when we
were suddenly contronted by a stranger,
who eyed us most suspiciously. After re
assuring him, he conducted us into a veri
table boomers' camp, snugly ensconced
among the thick timber on the bank of the
river. Half a dozen men were preparing a
meal round a fire. In a tent near by were
others playing cards, and a few yards off,
from within the recesses of still o'ther can
vas houses, came the voices of women and
children. A bargain was soon struck with
the owner of one of the wagons, and in a
short time we were roaming over the old
pony express trail from Vinita to Albu
querque behind a pair of fiery Indian
Further up the river wc crossed and
struck the old Arbuckle trail, over which
in days gone by much of the wealth of the
Texas cattle rangers flowed into Kansas,
and a little further on we surmounted the
bill top. the kite of the town of Swing,
whence we viewed the magnificent JS'orth
Canadian valley in all its richness.
Oklahoma Harry Hill's ranch, which he
staked out during the Pavne. raid, U near
by and below ns in the woods,and though we
could not see them, we knew that hundreds
of "boomers" were camped. Eater we came
across several of them and found that
that entire section had been laid out in
claims and that already much fighting had
resulted for the ownership.
GAME IJT ABUKDANCE.
It was some time before we could find
one particular camp of which we were in
search, but we finally reached it, embedded
in the midst of the thick wood, almost a
jungle, so luxuriant was the growth of vine
and underbrush. Oaks of all kinds, cot
tonWood, hackberry, persimmon, elm, wal
nut and box elder crowded each other, and
a few paces from the camp we stumbled
upon a miniature lake. We had friends in
this camp who gave us ample evidence of
the abundance of game of all kinds that
roamed in their immediate vicinity. Deer,
ducks, turkeys, prairie chickens and quails
are to be had without number.
The North Canadian Valley centers in
Oklahoma City, so that there will probably
be the large city of the district Upon th'e
uplands surrounding there is abundance
ot good grass and ample water for stock.
This valley is comparable to the famous
"Washita Valley, south of Purcell, in point
ot richness of soil, and as the river water
permeates the sandy subsoil there is no fear
The difference between the condition of
affairs at Oklahoma City and Purcell is
very marked. At the latter place many ot
the boomers are occupied ia tilling rented
lands, but at Oklahoma City all are de
pendent on the opening ot the country to
settlement, although there are here, as else
where, comparatively wealthy prospectors
looking for chances to snap up anything
good that may offer.
Berengaria, the lovely consort of
Richard the Lion-hearted, brought from the
court of Cyprus the exquisite Oriental Per
fume, which Atkinson has again made
fashionable, the Extract of Chypre.
5 riECES black satin Merveilleux, 22
inches wide, a quality usually advertised
as a bargain at $1 25, our price while they
last 9oc per yard.
mwtsu Hugus & Hacks.
Dyeing nod Cleaning.
Gentlemen, by taking your clothing to
Chas. Pfeifer, 443 Smithfield street, Pitts
burg, or 100 Federal street, Allegheny, you
can have them made equal to new. Repair
ing done also. Telephone 12G4.
Special bargains in carpets and cur
tains. . Geo. "W. Snamait,
mwssu 136 Federal st, Allegheny.
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A Golden Opportunity to Furnish Your Homes
is presented by Keech's Mammoth Penn Avenue Outfitting Establishment this week. This being moving week many house
keepers will replenish or refurnish their homes, and, in order to catch 'fcheir trade, Keech will offer unusual inducements for
the next six days. As a matter of fact we are always underselling every Furniture and Carpet House in the city, but during
this week we simply will break our best records for low prices. We mean to make this the grandest House Furnishing
chance of a decade, and those who fail to take advantage of it will have none to blame but themselves. It is a generally
admitted fact that we are now supplying one half of the population of both cities with Furniture and Carpets, and, if the
other half would only stop, think, consider and investigate, we would furnish every house in Pittsburg and Allegheny. But
enough! Let it suffice to be said that, if you intend to make any improvements in your home this spring, it will behoove you
to call at our store this week and see with your own eyes the wonderful bargains that are awaiting you.
OPEy SATURDAYS TILL 10 P. M.
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STTliES. I NEW ADYXRTTSE3LESTS. " V ' isifcTASE 31EXTS. WKW ABygtt'HafcMJiiTfc
HOW THEY ABE OBTAINED.
Mueh time and study is given to the art
of getting up style in nobby shapes and
colors for young men's headgear.
Dnnlap & Co. and D. D. Youman, the
popular hatters of Broadway and Fifth ave
nue, New Yort, spend 30 to 60 days each
season perfecting their shapes before a hat
is put on their shelves'foe sale.
The work is' no less in Pittsburg. The
wonderful growth of our city in the last five
years demands more than ordinary attention
in this line. "What city do you visit where
more style and better dress can be found
than our own? I say none.
Not a little of this is due to the study of
j. G. Bennett & Co., the "Wood street
hatters, spend at least two to three months
each year ' designing and perfecting their
shapes. They have sample hats and draw
ings of hats sentthem from abroad bv such
leaders as Heath & Co., Christy Ss Co.,
Eincoln, Bennett & Co., -London. "With
these and all the best American makes com
bined their styles are established.
It would pay yon to visit their store and
fet a climpe.of the numerous styles they
ave designed for this spring wear. You
will not be disappointed, and if we are not
mistaken you will go away saying, J. G.
Bennett & Co. haye done their duty toward
our thriving cit.'' s
Echols, McMubbat & Co., 123 San
dusky street, report selling 19 pianos and
organs in the last two weeks. Intending
purchasers will do well to call and examine
their stock, as prices are lower than the low
est, and terms easier than the easist. Re
member, they are sole agents for Haines
Bros., Ahlstrom, Mason & Hamlin and
Schultz & Co. pianos, and Mason & Ham
lin, Tabor, Worcester and ileystone organs.
Those who want to buy furniture at the
lowest prices should examine the stock car
ried by Dain & Caschbach, 111 Smithfield
No house is complete without onevor two
of Pearson's large, plain photographs. He
is making a great success of these life-size
heads, and they are far superior to any
bromide print (so-called crayon), and can
be had for less money. Try one of yourself.
When Ton eo to Housekeeping
Do not forget to call on E. P, Roberts &
Sons, where you can get a complete outfit of
silverware for your table. They have an
elegant stock and their prices are very
Fanct dress goods, plaids, checks,
stripes and sidebands, we show in large va
riety; as a specimen value we mention a
line of handsome plaids worth and' usually
sold for $1, at 75c a yard.
invrsu Hugus & Hacks.
Carpet Two Rooms for $4 SO.
It can be done by purchasing & roll of
China matting, the most popular summer
carpet, from Edward Groetzinger, G27 and
629 Penn avenue.
OLD CITY HALL
Farewell to Pittsburg.
Leaviuc on April IS for
J MONDAY & TUESDAY
-evenings, April 1 and 2.
Two (2) Farewell Piano Recitals,
. MORIZ ROSENTHAL
Will be assisted by
(The Wonderful Boy Violinist.)
J. H. J CHAS. E. PRATT,
GITTINGS. J I Accompanist
Reserved seats, 81; also 75c. Sale of seats at
Kleber fc Bra's, commencing Thursday, 23.
POPULAR HOUSvE FURNISHING CONCERN,
923 and 925 PENN AVENUE, -NEAR NINTH STREET.
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Under the Direction of
Business Manager - -
MONDAY EVENING sKaTKL
The Dance of Fools,
The Nursery Rhymes
The Banquet Ballet,
WEEK COMMENCING APRIL i.
The Eomantio Young Actor,
In Their Grand Production of the
HELD I SLAVERY.
.A. Bea-a-"bin 1 Souven i r
"Will be presented to every lady attending the theater this week.
Every Actor and Actress in the city invited to attend the Thursday Matinee.
EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENING.
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April 8. HOODMAN BLIND.
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B. M. GULIOK & CO.
- - A. J. SHEDDBN.
"Nothing like it seen in this city in many years." If. Y.
The Chicago Opera House Second Annual Spec
tacular Extravaganza, The
Or, Prince Prettiwitz, and Little Cinderella.
CostumesMost Unique and Artistic. Armors and Property Most
Elaborate. Scenery by Voegtlin and Assistants I
. LED BY
FRIS. CLARA QUAL1TS,
A SCORE OP WELL-KNOWN COMEDIANS.
LITTLE TIOH THE VOODOO VENUS.
The Great March of the Snpper Service.
1BO-PEOPEE ON" THE STAGE-IGO
Of Mirth, Music Ballets and Marches. Critics of the East
TAKE THE CHILDREN TO MATINEES.
Acfress, Jj Q
New and Original Music.
Songs, Dances, Etc
j uDiiee on tne Mississippi.
Rain Storm of Real Water.
Sinking Sail Boat.
Realistic! Fire Scene'.
Great Slave Sale
Grand Vision Scene
Lighting ot the Beacon.
Duel and Rescue.
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11WUH.U kJtllU, A0 'UU
Reserved Seats, 15c and 2t;c.
IN OUR GRAND SHOWING OF CARPETS
there isn't a single roll or piece that we cannot honestly recommend, and, as we buy direct from the
leading mills of America and Europe,, in such large quantities as our wonderful outlet alone would
justify, we rank at the head and front of the Carpet trade of Pittsburg. If you fancy Body or Tapestry
Brussels, you have a complete assortment of 'new spring styles to select from; if your taste runs more
on Moquettes we can suit you equally well, or, if you have an inclination for Wiltons or Velvets, remem
ber that we carry a banner stock of these choice Carpets in this city. In the cheaper grades, such as
Ingrains or Rag Carpets, we are prepared as never before to please our customers.
Other floor coverings in our house are Oil Cloths, Chinese and Japanese Mattings, Linoleums,
Rugs, etc. In each instance we guarantee top qualities for bottom prices. Let no person buy any Car
pets elsewhere before having seen our stock. You will certainly but serve your own interest in so doing.
All Carpets selected are exactly and promptly sewed and fitted to your rooms. For further particular
please calL We devote our entire fourth floor (easily accessible by elevator or staircase) to Carpets.
POPULAR HOUSE FURNISHING CONCERN,
923 and "925 Penn Avenue, Near Ninth Street.
Open Saturdays Till 10 PilT.
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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Our mission doesn't end with the furnishing of your house; it also includes the clothing of your
family, and we are prepared to fill all wants in this direction to your entire satisfaction.
Ladies, we cordially invite you to inspect our handsome assortment of BEADED SPRING j
WRAPS and learn the exceedingly low prices at which we sell them. You'll be astounded. We also 1
direct 'your attention to our stock of staple dress goods and dry goods. For men we have a complete
assortment of clotiring, including scores of entirely new spring styles in suits and spring overcoats. h
BABY CARRIAGES are another important item. We show a matchless array of novel and"??
handsome styles, and challenge the entire trade to meet our prices. The fact that we control the sale iajj.
this city of the products of the most celebrated manufacturers of Baby Carriages in this country, gives
us the inside track on these goods an advantage which turns to the benefit of our patrons. - jj
We also have on hand a neat variety of Clocks, Bric-a-Brac and Pictures and Paintings, and,1
don't let this fact escape your memory: You need pay NO FANCY PRICES by buying these goo'ds'ratgj
POPULAR HOUSE FURNISHING CONCERN,
923 and 925, Penn Avenue, Near Ninth Street.
Open Saturdays Till 10
liMl UMl MOUSE.
E. D..WILT, Lessee and Manager.
Monday, April 1.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
Fun-Makers in toe World,
Acknowledged the Most Complete Comedy and
Musical Organization In America.
The Bewitching! The Captivating I
The Sparkling 1
Under the Direction of Webster A Maeden
PRESENTING EL E. KIDDER'S '-TRUMP
CARD", IN 3 ACTS, ENTITLED
3 OF A KIND,
Entirely Rewritten and Reconstructed.
The Fnnmest Farce-Comedy Before the Public
Week of April 8. MINNIE MADDERN.
Monday Evening, April li
Matinees: TflesaaLTMay & Saturday
Miss Capitola Forrest
Topack and Steele.
Misses Mulvey and Clifton,
Hanson and Hayman.
The Court Reception.
Miss Etta Storms.
Miss Lonisa Bliss.
And the Laughable Burlesque,
DRUMMERS IN PARADISE.
Week April L
5 The Arion3 5
Swiss Bell Ringers.
Massacre of General Custer illustrated by
"Happy Jack Sutton."
Chief Running Deer, Clair Sisters, John
Price, Madam Johnston, M. J. Fitzpatrlck,
Ella Fitzpatrick, Lillie Deer. Duncan Sisters,
John Connors, Georgie Deer, Laura Fitzpatrlck,'
Claud Fitzpatrlck. Ad Carlisle, Baby Venus.
Next week, April 8,
GREAT EASTERN SPECIALTY CO.
a ia: '
BIJOU .THEATER. '
A. J. BHEDDEN Business Manager
FRIDAY AFTERNOONAPRIL 12.
Grand benefit performance. Jn the Interest
or the "
Leader Exposition Fund.
A host of volunteers. Including
A. M. Palmer's Madison Square Theater Co. la
"JIM, THE PENMAN."
MISS MINNES MADDERN in ,
"IN SPITE OF ALL."
THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC CO.
A Host of Local Ta'.ent.
Admission $1. Reserved seats on sale at ths
Leader office. 133 Fifth avenue, TUESDAY
MORNING, April 2, at 10 o'clock. mhSI-UT
rpESTIMONIAL BENEFIT CONCERT
Under the management of Fred A. Parke,
By his Numerous Friends at
OLD CITY HALL,
FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL S, 18S9.
Apollo Quintet Clnb, Joseph A- VogeL
George Brown. J. H. Homer, E. H. Dermrtt.
Philharmonic Society Pianists, Carl Better,
Jos. Gittings. H. P. Ecker. M. Porritt. Miss
Agnes, Vogel, Miss Grace Miller. Miss Agsea '
Keane, Miss Rosa Weber, Miss Lilian Bark
bardt; Messrs. Jos. A. Vogel, G. Gllli. AL
Hausold, Chas. Cooper, Geo. Toerge, Fxei
Box office at E. G. Hays 4 Co., 75 Fifth are-
nue. Pittsburg;. Open Monday morning, April
Lat9A.iT. Tickets. SI. rah31-7
Venetian Tamps, with shades to
match $3 00.
"Eich Leeds" and Abbotsford"
Vase Lamp, with Paris mount
ings, at 6 CO.
New and exclusive designs in
"Choisy Le Eoi," Lunerille, "Ver
sailles" and "Sutherland" Vaso ,
Lamps, with Paris Mountings, from
58 to &J0 each.
New patterns of Piano Extension
Lamps, with umbrella shades, just
Owing to our great success on
Special sale of Tea, Dinner and ,
Chamber Sets, the same low prices
will be continued this week only.
THE J. P. SMITH
Lamp,G!ass & China Co,
935 Penn Avenue.
Between Ninth and Tenth St.
ft! "ATM T) 61 SIXTH STREET.
Headquarters for Costumes of all descrlptloas,
for hire at reasonable prices.
mhl7-SG-fla F. G. REIN K MAN.
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