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DISPAtfOH 'SUNDAY,' 'M&dfi::- 31f' 1889
BOTH DIEDMt LOVE.
Prince Kudolf Shot Himself and the
Baroness Marie Yetsera
TOOK A BIG LOT OFSTRfCHNlHE
Because the Crown Prince Could Not Get
a DiTorce and Bemarry.
THE FACTS OF THE EOTAL R0H1NCE.
Kmpcwr and Zmpnst Drawn Closer Together If tie
From inside sources the London corre
spondent of The DISPaKM has ascer
tained the history of the death of Crovn
Prince Budoll, of Austria, which he cables,
and which is interesting. The Crown
Prince, it seems, shot himself and his sweet
heart took a fatal dose of strychnine. Be
cause their couldn't be united in life they
concluded to die together.
IDT CABLE TO TBI DISFATCn.
Lokdon, March 30. Copyright.
When I arrived in London, recently, I
wrote to a world-famous physician in
"Vienna for some history of the astounding
tragedy of Crown Prince Rudolfs death.
The physician in question is a man who
stands high at court and is thoroughly in
touch with royal affairs. I also wrote to an
Austrian officer whom I had known both
in Vienna and New York, besides seeking
the particulars from the managing director
of a big Vienna paper who has been of
service to The Dispatch several times.
Their replies, to my surprise, all agreed
upon the main facts.
The story differs from the version accepted
in America. The late Crown Prince's
nervous system, which was never strong,
bad been impaired by a long series of ap
palling dissipation, gross profligacy, and ac
cesses ot all kinds. A startling number of
families of all ranks connected with the
Imperial Court can tell of the shame which
the Crown Prince has brought upon them.
At his debauches he used to drink tumblers.
partly filled with champagne and partly
QUAERELS THAT WERE UXAVOIDABLE
Such courses, in addition to reducing him
to a state ot mental aud. physical wretched
ness, brought about quarrels of a very bitter
nature with his wife and his father. The
Crown Princess Stephanie is a handsome
woman, of uncertain temper and not irre
proachable morals. She was not the kind
of woman to overlook her husband's ex
cesses, and there were violent scenes be
tween the pair. Eventually they decided
to live apart, although they always went
about together in public Those who knew
the true inwardness of things were amazed
at the playacting which Rudolf and his
wife kept up before the world.
About six months ago the Crown Prince
became violently enamored of the Baroness
Marie Yetsera, who belonged to a rich Aus
trian family. The family is well known
cenerally among the smart people of the
European capitals. The Baroness was a re
markably beautiful girl. She was tall,
with long black hair, large dark eyes, ana
irregular but charming leatures. Rudolfs
love was of a more enduring and worthy
kind than it had been in other cases. He
loathed the artificial yoke which bound him
to his wife, and at an uncertain date he sent
a formal petition, drafted by an ecclesiasti
cal dignitarv, to the Pope, applying for a
divorce. The petition was referred to the
Emperor of Austria, who indignantly re
monstrated with his son.
A SAD STATE FOB THE LOVEBS.
Things were in this state a wisek before
the Crown 'Prince's death. The 'Baroness,
on her part, was encountering equally great
opposition in her own family. The latter
were determined that she should marry a
Parisian financier, but she was already
deeply in love with the heir to the throne.
The angry threats of the Imperial father
and of the Vetsera family brought the pair
to desperation. Tired of the world and
hopeless, of obtaining the happiness which
they desired, they resolved to die. The
lovers went off to tne isolated castle of Mev
erling, accompanied only by Count Joseph
Hoyos, who considered it an honor to assist
two such lovers to meet each other. In
Vienna, however, the Imperial family
heard with consternation of the rendezvous,
and Prince Philip of Coburg, the Crown
Prince's brother-in-law, was sent to bring
Rudolf hack, but Prince Philip met with
such a curt reception that he went back
That night the Prince, the Baroness and
Count Hoyos had dined together, and were
made merry during the remainder of the
evening by one Braterisch, an outcast cob
man of Vienna, who sang comic songs iu
an adjoining room to that occupied bv the
Prince and his guests.
A DEAMATIC SPECTACLE.
The spectacle of the heir to one of the
great empires of Europe sitting with a girl
whom he had wronged, both of them re
solved on death and both listening to the
ribald songs of a drunken cabman before
going to their doom, is dramatic in the ex
treme. A debauch followed. It was the
last wild freak of utter desperation and
On "Wednesday morning the Prince's
valet went early to his master's room to in
form him that Princr Philip of Coburg had
'again come from Vienna. The door was
locked. Allthose in the houre gathered
and broke it open. On the bed they
saw the Crown. Prince and Marie Vet
sera dead. The girl had taken strychnine,
a packet which had contained that poison
being found near her.
The Prince's left arm was clasped about
Marie's body. The revolver with which he
had shot himself through the brain lay be
side his right hand.
It is not surprising that the terrible
death of the Cr.iwn Prince Eudolf should
have had serious consequences for the
health of his mother, wbich has fora'long
time been weak. The Empress is now suf
fering from a severe mental trouble, in ad
dition to her constitutional complaint of
rheumatism. How ill she is is shown by
the fact that for three weeks the Emperor
never left her all, even for exercise.
DHAWK TOGETHER BY MISFOBTUNE.
The two have been notoriously in a per
manent state of quarreling, induced proba
bly by his Majesty's excessive gayetv, but
this illness has drawn them together again.
The Empress will probably go to Wiesbaden
for massage treatment before long, A villa
has been prepared there for her. The im
perial pair are now staying at a castle at
Francis Joseph has agreed to meet the
German Emperor in the summer, but has
informed him later that the definite fixing
of the appoinment is impossible, owing to
the state of his wife's health. The Empress
sow suffers from insomnia, is unable to eat,
and her rheumatism Is worse. Altogether
the Austrian royal family is not the one to
be most envied in Europe.
A Thine of Benntr ! a Jor Forever.
What a pity a beautiful carpet could not
last forever,- but, alas! like poor, frail
humanity, they have to succumb to wear and
tear, hence the necessity of replenishing oc
casionally. Now, should you wish to re
plenish in carpets this spring, we would
consider ourselves flattered if you should so
much as call and see our styles and get onr
prices and terms of sale before purchasing.
We make and lay all carpets very promptly.
Hoppeb Bltos. & Co., 507 Wood st.
Shawl.! KhnwliE SbotrUSI
Jot a great many left now of those sliehtly
,.t soiled .shawls which we are closing at less
. than a third the original prices.
; "MWrSu HtJGTJS & HACKE.
GETTING INTO LINE.
The Interstate CommUtlon Report That
the Souiberm Railroads Are Tiring
to Comply With the Law-If
Necessary the Uw Will
WashikotoS, March 30. In the inter-State
Commerce Commission an opinion
was to-day filed by Commissioner "Walker,
containing the results reached in respect to
the investigation of the tariffs and classifi
cations of the railroads operating in the
Southern States, which was held by the
Commission in December last The methods
employed by the Southern Railway
and Steamship Associations in making
rates Irom the Eastern Cities
and cities in "the Northwest
to association points in Southern States, are
first described. The opinion then lakes up
the tariffs of several of the leading lines
operating in the Southern States and re
views their methods of preparing tariffs and
of classifying freight with considerable de
tails. The principal points discussed are
the measure of compliance which has been
yielded to the fourh section of the act to
regulate commerce and the forms in which
the tariffs have been made up for publica
tion and filing, as required by the sixth
The interpretation of the short haul
clause of the act, which was announced by
the commission in the Louisville and Kash
Vllle case, is adhered to. It was the inten
tion of the law that the carriers in the first
instance should prepare their tariffs accord
ing to their individual judgment, and the
commission urged that in doing so they
should be brought " much nearer to con
formity with the general rule of the fourth,
section than had been their previous cus
tom. The present investigation has been
for the purpose of reviewing the progress
made to the present time, and of making
such suggestions as may be appropriate in
respect to further modifications. It appears
that upon many of the lines considerable
changes.have been made since the passage
of the act to regulate commerce.
The order of the commission is that the
carriers named in the order of notice com
ply with the statute in the particulars and
respects pointed out without unnecessary
delay, and make report to the commission
of their action in the premises. If the ac
tion so reported shall seem to fall short of
what is required by the law, further action
will be taken.
NO USE FOR TELEPHONES.
Electric Street Car Lines Can Bar Them
Oat at Pleasure.
I SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DXSrATCB.l
Akkojt, March 30. The first case in the
court involving the conflict between the
electric street railway and telephone
companies to their respective rights to
earth and air on the city thoroughfares, was
decided here to-day. Judge E. P. Green
refused to grant tbe Central Union Tele
phone Com pan v an injunction restraining
the Akron Electric Street Bailway Com
pany from extending Its line in the city.
The telephone company claimed that the
induction from the electric railway wires
makes it impossible for many of its sub
scribers to use their instruments. The case
was contested warmly on both sides, ex
Congressman John A. Wise, of Virginia,
appearing for the electric railway and A.
A. Thomas, of Chicago, for, the telephone
company. The latter gives notice of ap
peal. A BEPENTANT THIEF
Makes a .Restitution ot Some Property He
rSriCLU. TZLECKAM TO, THE DISPATCH!
Zajjesville, O., March 30. A clear
case of an awakened conscience seems to
have occurred in this city. A second-hand
store was robbed of a gold watch valued at
$50, and all efforts to catch the thief were
without avail. Last night, however, the
watch and a note were brought'to the store
bv two small boys, who stated that they
were handed to them with the .request that J
tney De ie;i mere, xne noie statea mat tne
person taking the watch was thoroughly
sorry that he had done so, and he took that
method of making reparation.
DULLNESS IS IKON.
One HUH Shuts Down and Another Slakes a
Habbisbubo, March 30. Notice was
given at tne Pennsylvania Steel "Works
about a month ago of a proposed reduction
in wages of employes. Yesterday the
schedule of rednction was posted. It makes
a reduction of 5 per cent in the wages of
unskilled labor, and 10 per cent in that
of skilled labor, and will take effect Mon
day. At Lancaster notice has been posted in
the rolling mill of the Columbia Iron Com
pany that the mill will shut down on April
6, owing to the dullness of the market.
A Democrat Bounced at Erie.
ISrECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE P1SPATCH.1
Ewe, March 30. The political ax fell
to-day at Erie, and took off the head of
the special Treasury agent, Major J. "W.
"Walker, one of President Cleveland's ap
pointees. Major "Walker had his head
quarters in Erie, but his duties were gen
eral. There is no applicant for the position
from Erie, but Frank Pierce, of North East,
is strongly backed for the position.
New Doctors Take a Tarn.
The examinations of the candidates for
the position of house physicians at the West
Penn Hospital were completed yesterday.
C. H. Jones, H. H. Sedgwick, Charles
Elchrick and R. H. Herron, all graduates
ot the "West Penn Medical College, took off
Killed by a finaeball.
rSFECTAL TELEGBAU TO THE DISPATCH.!
Mansfield, O., 'March 30. "Walter
Keating, a 17-year-old boy, died this morn
ing from the effects of an injury he received
Thursdar afternoon while .playing ball. A
swiftly thrown ball struck his spine.
The Pipe Too Big for Vs.
Washington, D. C, advertises for bids on
22,700 lineal feet of 48-inch water pipe.
There is but one establishment in "Western
Pennsvlvania which can manufacture this
size of ple. It Is located at"Scottdale, and
its books are fall of orders.
ATiUtbevr's Little Board BUI.
Matthew TJlrich was arrested yesterday
and held for a hearing before Alderman
Porter on a charge of attempting to defraud
Mrs. Annie Carter out ot a board bill
March April May
Are the best months in. which to purity your
blood, for at no other season does the system
so much need the aid ot a reliable medicine
like Hood's Sarsaparilla,. as now. During the
long, cold winter, the blood becomes thin and
impure, the body becomes weak and tired, the
appetite may be lost. Hood's Sarsaparilla is
peculiarly adapted to purify and enrich the
blood, to create a good appetite andtoover-A
come that tlrea leeunjr, it increases in popu
larity every year, for It is the ideal spring
"Every spring for years I have made it a
practice to take from three to five bottles of
Hood's Sarsaparilla, because I know it purifies
the blood .and thoroughly cleanses the system
of all impurities. That languid feeling, some
times called "spring fever,' will never visit the
system that has been properly cared for by this
never-failing remedy." W. H. Lawrence,
Editor Agricultural Epitomise, Indianapolis
N. B. Be sure to get
Sold by all druggists. Sit six for $5. Prepared
only by C. I. HOOD 4 CO., Lowell, Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar
A Written Guarantee
Properly countersigned by the manufacturer
for five years, is what we give with every
sewing machine. Get the best by all means
Eememberyou don't have to pay us agents'
comnissions. That amount it reduced from
the regular price of every maohine to the
Call at & legitimate place of business and
bur a machine.
Hoppeb Bros. & Co.,
Tisu 307 Wood street.
If o bankrupt stock or consignment goods
handled here; every article sold here bears
the name of the maker and must be depend
able. Every suit costing $10 or over has our
name in it, even tq the very button bears
our name, that is why we can safely say we
will keep Ihetn in repair for you free of
charge for one year from date or purchase.
JacKSOSB', Star Tailors, Clothiers, Hit
ters and .Furnishers, 954 and 036 Liberty st,
New building, lightest in this city.
Exquisite Designs and Coloring.
As pretty a line of floor coverings in in
grains, tapestry and body brussels, velvets
and moquets as the city affords, and at
prices that other dealers cannot possibly
afford, can be seen and had at our jopular
house-furnishing store rooms. Cash or
easy terms of payments.
Hopper Bnos. & Co.,
ttssu 307 Wood street.
Dr. Sophv E. Feltwell, Dentist.
On and after April 1, office, room 407
IHarrlace Ltoenscs Granted Yesterday.
tYrsnk Boirdman Allegheny
(Matilda H. Hurst .Shfcler township
5 William L. McCreedy l'lnm township
JLetltla M. Wright .....l'lnm township
5 William Hahn Pittsburg
llnga C. Casper Pittsburg
(Daniel Forssen..,.. Pittsburg
1 Alary K. Mosehell Pittsburg
I Henry J. Beacham... Itankln station
1 ltitfa Sterner Kankln station
Fnns Sohmandt Allegheny
I Anna Menrlbrt .Allegheny
j John W. Parke Pittsburg
1 Ida Miller McKcesport
(Joakimll. K. Olsen Allegheny
K. .aura Olscn Allegheny
- BATSCH-On Thursday, March 28, 1868, at 1
o'clock noon, Henry 8., son of William and
Sarah K. Batsch, aged 3 years and 3 months.
Funeral from the residence ot his parents,
Bherldanvllle, Pa., on Bundat. March 31, at 1
o'clock p.sr. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. 2
CHARLES On Saturday, March 30, 1SS9,
Susan, widow of the late John S. .Charles.
Funeral from the residence of her son, George
A Charles, Ward street, near Scrapie street,
on Monday. ApriU, at 2 p. it. 2
COSTELLO-On Thursdav March, 28, 1889.
Patrick Costello, in his 28th year.
Funeral from his late residence. First ward,
Pittsburg, on Sunday, March 31, at 1 o'clock
pi H. Friends are respectfully requested to at
DAILEY On Saturday, March -80. 1889. at
1220 p. m.. Ellen Theresa, oldest daughter
of John J. and Bessie Dalley. aged 1 year, 8
months and S days.
Funeral from parents' residence, 675 Preble
avenue, Allegheny City, on Monday after
noon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend.
fYbungstown, O., papers please copy.
DONNELLY On Saturday. March 23, at 11
a. M., Mrs. Ellen Donnelly, .wife of James
Donnelly, aged 88 years, at late residence,
Forty-fourth street, Lawrenceville.
Funeral took place Monday, March 25, 1889,
HAMM On Friday. March 29, 1889, at i P. M.
Nancy Porter, wife ot Otto Hamm, aged 23
years, 5 months and lSdays.
Funeral on SundayT at 2 P. JL, from her late
residence, 120 Jncunda street, Enoxvllle bor
ough. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend. 2
MAHON At Connellsvllle, Pa., on Satur
day. March 80, at 10:45 A. 2&, JOHN C. MAHON,
in the 40th year of his age.
Funeral will take place Monday morning
at 10 o'clock. 2
McCALL On Saturday evening. March 80,
1889, at 8 o'clock, at the residence of her sister,
Mrs. L. E. StofieL No. 311 Main street. Seven
teenth ward, Mary J. IIcCall. daughter of
R. a P. and Rachel McCaU, of Tarentum, Pa.,
in the 28th year of henage.
Funeral will take place from the M. E.
church at Tarentum, .Monday afternoon,
April 1. at i o'clock. Immediately after the ar
rival of the remains, via West Penn .Railroad,
fromfthe city. Friends of the family respect
fully invited to attend the services. 2
McKEE On Satnrday, March 8a 1889, at 325
p. m., Annie S wife of A U. McKee.
Funeral services at the residence of her hus
band, Dithridge street, near Fifth avenue,
Bellefleld. Monday, April L at 2 p. m. Inter
ment private. Friends will please omit flowers.
BOLL On Friday morning, March 29, 1889,
at 6:30 o'clock, William Roll, in his 21st
Funeral Susday afternoon at 3:80
o'clock from the residence of his' parents. No.
3 Ltthgow avenue, Allegheny City. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend.
JAMES M. FULLEBTON.
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB,
No. 6 Seventh Street.
Telephone 1153. oclS-wrsu
JOHN L. TREXLER & CO.,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Livery
and Boarding Stables. Nos. 378 and 8S0
Beaver ave. Residence. 681 Preble
ave., Allegheny City.
Telephone 3416. mu23-MThSu
XTT H. DKVOHE & SOU, "
Undertakers and Embalmers and Livery Stables,
Ho. 812 Grant street, near Fifth avenue.
At the old stand fine carriages for shopping or
parties or opera at the most reasonable prices.
'Telephone 228. mhI8-96-WSu
Bangs cat, shampooed and dressed tor 25c
dies, before securing your spring bonnets,
go to MISS LANDERS, the Artiste in Hair,
and get your front pieces and switches re
newed. 25 Fifth ave., Hugus &. Hacke build
ing. Take Sperber's elevator. mh24-wsu
CURED OF SICK HEADACHE.
W. D. Edwards, Palmyra, Oa writes: "I have
been a great sufferer from Costiveness and
Sick Headache, and have triea many medi
is the only one that gave me relief. I find that
one pill acts better than three of any other
kind, and does not weaken or gripe.". Elegant
ly sugar coated. Dose small. Price, 25 cents.
O pftce, ii Murray street, New York.
WM. GRABO WSKT
Hat and Bonnet Dealer.
We received Hast week over 100 different
styles for Ladles' Straw Hats and Bonnets,
samples of which are now ready for inspection.
It is time to lav your heavy winter hat aside.
Look up your last summer hat We will color
it black, brown or blue, and renovate it into
any of the new shapes by our new method of
making hats.- Just saving you from 81 to 82 for
your new spring hat. we wish to recommend
A very strllsh tnrban, with new effects. The
Elberon, English Walking Hat; the Lyceum,
a face hat. You surely need a Spring Hat.
Therefore, bring your liat now and have it
made in the correct style at the old reliable
HatBloachery and Feather Dyeing Establish
707 Penn avenue, opprPenn Buildings
. ah24-8U '
IVORY and CREAM WHITE
Taken for future delivery.
DRAPERY ON ORDER.
We recommond this Dresser as a desirable
piece of furniture for furnishing withv brass
and Iron beds.
P. C. Schoeneck,
711 LIBERTY ST.
EASE, GRACE AND ECONOMY
Ladies' Spring Heel Button Kid or Pebble,
Widths from AA to E, Worth
$2, How ?1 60.
Ladies' Kid Button Heeled, Never Yet
Eecorded,$l 10; Former Price, $1 75.
Ladies' Kid Top Button, Very
Dressy, 51 25.
In Slippers, Some Very Choice
Goods at $1. .;
430-436 MARKET ST.
' 916 Main Street, Braddok
BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
406 and 408 Wood St
NEW GOODS AT THE LOWEST PBICES.
Boys' Iron Veloclpldes, S3 50,ll 60, 85.
Boys' PalntedTWheelbarrows, 2oc, 50c, 95c.
Boys' two-wheel carts, 10c, 15c, 25c
Ladles' Carpet Seat Rocking Chair. SL
12 Piece Toilet Set with Jar, decorated.only to.
92 Piece Decorated Dinner Set, only $9 39.
58 fieco Decorated Tea Set, only 3 50.
White Granite Plates, only 6c
2 Quart Covered Bucket, only 5c
Acme Fry Pan, only 6o.
Wash Boilers, CopperBottom, only 89c
Wood Water Pails, only 10c
Wood Water Pails, three brass hoops, only
Knives and Forks, warranted Steel, 5c each.
Sheffield Silver Plated Knives, 10c each.
Sheffield Table Spoons and Forks, 10c each.
Putz Pomade for cleaning Silver or Brass 5c
50 dozen White Granite Steak Dishes, 10c
25 dozen White Granite Bowls, 5c each.
Square Railroad Dinner Kettles, EtXs.
Baby Carriages! Baby Carriages!
Don't pay fancy prices for Baby Carriages.
Look at our Carriages before you buy, as we
guarantee to save you 25 per cent on a carriage.
Fifty different styles, from J5 to $25. We de
liver our carriages in and out of the city' free
HEADQUABTERS FOB 5c and loo GOODS.
H. G; HAYDEN & CO.
406 and 408 Wood St
For Young Ladles, Misses and
A most complete line ot the above from the
leading foreign and home manufacturers.
Many styles wholly confined to us. All grades
from .cbeaest to. most expensive; ages 2 to IS
Boys' Kilt Suits and Overcoats. -
Manypew and pretty styles, made to our
A, G. CAMPBELL & SONS,
710 PENN AVENUEr
"OpeniintIlO. at Saturdays... . . c
ill s I w. tM
Is it in good condition for Easter?
The time is short and the sooner
you make your selections the better
satisfied you will be. ' We are ready
to clothe you from Underwear to
Overcoat, including the Hat.
Our stock is replete with the
newest ideas in Suits, Overcoats,
Hats and Caps for Men, Boys and
Children, also White Shirts, Under
.wear, Neckwear, Shirt. Waists, etc.
The fact that our increasing busi
ness has compelled us to add an
additional store proves that our as
sortments are complete and our
PRICES" LOW. We request the
favor of a call.
Tailors, Clotiuers and Hatters,
161, 16ST Federal St., Allegheny.
CONFIRMATION SUITS in
great variety and at lowest prices.
Housekeepers, you have our heartfelt sympathy; We're bees there, and we know
that the trials and tribulations of moving would try the.patience of angtls as, of course,
you all are.
But our sympathy does not show itself in mere idle words. It is practical; it is
effective. We can supply you promptly and cheaply with the thousand and one little
things that a housekeeper needs at this most trying period. Some one has written about
the "total depravity of inanimate things." "How everything gets lost, just when most
needed." How the poker parts company with the tongs and wanders 08, alone. How
other various articles mysteriously disappear, without so much as "by your leave." "We
can replace the missing articles. "We can save you many worries. Mrst take a leisurely
stroll through our famous House Furnishing Basement. NEW ENTRANCE NEAR
Here Are a Few
Potash at 4o a box.
Borax at fee a box.
Pride of the Kitchen, 2 cakes for 6c
Sapolio at 7c a cake..
Bath Bricks at Bo each.
Putz Pomade at 60 a box.
Ammonia at 7c a bottle.
Stove Polish at 5c a box.
Furniture Polish at 16c a bottle.
Carbolic Powder at 12c a box.
Inseet Powder at 5c a box.'
Insect Powder Guns at 5e each.
Roach Destroyer at 12o a box.
"Blue, Red, Green and Chrome Yellow
Paints pX iSo a pound. All other eolors at
12o a pound.
"Wax Tapers at 5c a box.
Star Soap at 4c a cake.
Duck Soap, 2 cakes for. 4c
Romeo Soap, 2 cakes for 5c ,
Ivory Soap at 4c a cake.
Turkish Bath Soap at 4c a cake.
Chamois from 5c up to 89c each.
Chamois Sponges at 9c each.
Extra large Sponges at 10c each.
Feather Dusters at 9c each.
FLEISHMAN & CO.'S
W DEPARTMENT STORES,
WITH M ELLEN BRAY'S
DO NOT CATCH.
SO NOT UNFASTEN.
0 NOT CUT THELACINO.
HAVE THE MELLEN BRAY'S
PATENT LACINQ 8TUDS.
Demand gloves with 1ACINO
STUDS, and you will appreciate
the great IMPROVEMENT oyer
EASILY IDENTIFIED on the
gloves, being SMALLER and
.MUCH NEATER IK DESIGN.
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Near Wheeling, W. Va.,
(SISTERS OF THE VISITATION.)
A school of mere than national reputation,
offers exceptional advantages for thorough ed
ucation of young ladles in all departments. Li
brary of 0,000 volumes. Fine philosophical,
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Musical department specially noted. Corps
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from Conservatory ot Stutgart, Vocal culture
according to the method of the old Italian mas
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Ten acres Of pleasure grounds. Board excellent'-
For catalogues and references to patrons in
all the principal cities, address
se9-q70-su THE DUtEOTRESH.
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NO. M PENN AVENUE.
IMTORTErt OF'FRENCH MILLINERY,
Trimmed Bonnets and round Hats.
Mourning a Specialty. mbU-79-sa
of Our "Peace of
Dust Brushes at 16o each.
Scrub Brushes at lOo each.'
Paint Brushes at'5e each.
Brooms at 9c each.
Cupboard Oil Cloth at 7c a yard.
Stair Oil Cloth at 9c a yard.
Table Oil Cloth at 27c a yard. (All pat
terns.) A Full Line, of Tin, Willow and
"We have also added to our House Furnish
ing Department .
SEEDS AND GARDEN IMPLEMENTS.
Flower and Garden Seeds at 3o a paper.
Garden Rakes at 20c each.
Steel Garden Hoes at 25a each.
Steel Garden Spades at 50o each.
tST'Stop just a moment while going
through this wonderful department and
witness the demonstrations of the Continen
tal Steam Cooker, still on exhibition.
AN EYE -
Our Millinery Opening has Twea visited by all the old friends and custoMera r
of our House, but, as never before, by a mnltitnde of -new ones, who, judginjrby " '
their many encomiums have been pleased with our display. They where aston- -iihedatthe
variety we show, and -at the low prices .we name for such fine goods. , -They
have become permanent customers. They will no longer buy frombonjei
that, to convince them that good are first-class, ask exorbitant prices.
'THE LATEST NOVELTIES,
AT,T. AT VERY
AN IMMENSE DEP'T.
Enlarged and Fitted With Choicest Goods.
ART EMBROIDERY AND MATERIALS,,
All colors, fine quality, Ponge Sili, 20 inches wide, at 45c
16 inches Flowered Silks at 50c )
32 " " " " 75c Newest Patterns.
32 " " " " SI 00. )
Bolting Cloth Covers, Stamped, at 25c, 21 inches square
Bolting Cloth Table Covert, Stamped, 50c. 30 inches square.
Finest Linen Table Covers 2 rows fancy hemstitch, at 90c
Finest Linen Table Scarfs, 2 rows open work hemstitch, at $1 25.
Fine Linen Morale Cloth Splashers, fancy border, at 25c. - -
Linen Momie Cloth Mats, 8 Inches square at 5c
11 11 11 jq it yc
" " " " 8 " "
All Shades or Silk Fringes for Tidies, at
Wash Plush, new patterns.
Art Sateen, the newest shade.
Silk and Cotton Bolting Cloth,
.New style ueep Lambrequin Jb fringes.
. . Plush Table Covers, large and small.
Embroidered 8ilk Tidies. .
Painted Silk Tidies. "
Steel Beads, Heminway Silks,
' Fancy Cords, Pin Cushions,
Button Bass, Sach ;t Bags, -
Mouchoir Cases, Glove Cases.
All made up in exclusive designs not obtainable elsewhere.
Every small and large article for fancy work.
510 TO 514- MARKET
A TOWEL BARGAIN!
The firms of R. P. "WALLACE & CO. and D. TAYLOR & CO. having consoli
dated their interests in the Lamp, Glass and China business, will now continue the same
wider the firm name of
:r jp. -wA-Xi:e,.a.o:e c og.d
At 211 Wood St and 102 and 104 Third Ave.
The long experience of both members of the firm will enable them to put forth every
effort tor the accommodation and satisfaction of their patrons.
They are now preparing an elegant line of China, Rich Cut Glass, Pfano and Yasa
Lamps, Fancy Goods and Bric-a-Brac for their SPRING OPENING, APRIL 15.
But, prior to this, will have to close out the entire stock of the late firm of D. Taylor
& Co., regardless of cost. Immense bargains now offered.
DON'T FORGET THE NUMBER.
211 WOOD ST., Between Second and Third Aves.
THE HEIGHT OF FOLLY
To carry your goods about the street, making your family look like the partiel
pants of a circus parade, or pay the grasping teamster an exorbitant price far
breaking and scratching your effects, so as they are unfit for use, when we can sell
them to you on EASY WEEKLY OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS, for less
money, delivered in first-class order to your new home
Give Tliem Away. Burn Them. Leave Them Behind, v
and Come to Our Store and See
Our 7-Piece Chamber Suit for $22,
$i down, $1 per week for balance.
Our 3-Piece Chamber Suit for $18,
$6 down, $1 per -Week for balance.
Our Handsome Parlor Suit for $30,
$10 down, $2 per week for balance.
Our 20 Yards Carpet for $10,
$i down, $1 per week for balance.
Our World Beating Bed Lounge for $10,
$4: down, $1 per week for balance.
HOUSEHOLD CREDIT CO.
405 "Wood- S-bn?ee-b3
;!; ACKNOWLEDGED CHAMPIONS OF LOW PRICES, '.:.
tfeMial-iiora Opa IvtK-y Ivtmlac Tftla WmK Ufcttl ro'MMk,
THE FINEST GOODS,
THE TASTIEST TRIMMINGS,1
open worfaed center, at 8c
ST. AND 27 FIFTH AVE.
Pure Linen Damask Towels, 2 rows of knotted
ftinge, 24x50, at 50c; worth 75c