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THE PITTSBUKG TUSPATCH,, TUESDAY," "APKHj
2, - 1889.'
A BUMMG BEIDGE
Precipitates a Baltimore and Ohio
Train Into the Stream Below.
TWO MEltrEKISH IN THE FLAMES.
Several of the Train Hands Make Their Es
cape by Jumping.
ALL THE iiEWS FK01I XEAK-BI TOWNS
ISIXCIAI. TELEGRAM TO TUB DISPATCn.l
Wheeling, April 1. One of the most
disastrous wrecks ever occurring on the line
of the Baltimore and Ohio road happened
'about 2.30 o'clock this morning at the
bridce across Hart's run, fire miles from
Cameron, in Marshall county. .Freight
train "o SS, in charge of Conductor "Will
iam Dean and Brakeman "Bud" "Very.with
Enirneer Dominick Kelly and Fireman
John Chaddock in the cab, was running
west at about 25 miles an hour.
Just east of the bridge over Hart's run is
a sharp curve, and as the train rounded this.
Engineer Kelly, looking ahead, saw the
bridge was a mass of flames. Eealizing that
ho was too close to hope to stop his train, the
engineer pulled the throttle wide open in the
determination to dash his tram across, trusting
Jo appearances, which in his mind indicated
that the timbers were still strong enough to
stand the strain. Just as the train took on the
increased speed. Conductor Bean and Brake
man Very jumped off, the latter sustaining
serious, but not fatal injuries.
The train dashed on to the bridge, and the
engine ran 'across safely, but just as it reached
solid earth on the west side the bridge col
lapsed, and the long train fell with it into the
deep bed of the stream. Fortunately the draw
bar connecting the tender with the first car
broke under the strain, and the engine re
mained on the track with its lncky occupants,
but 17 cars made the descent. These took Are,
and in a short time were consumed. Three
tramps hailing from Philadelphia were locked
in one of the cars, and were1 carried down with
the wreck. As the cars took fire the most
awful screams and yells proceeded from the
imprisoned men. who seemed to be tnoroughly
concioo of the hopelessness of their position.
The efforts of the trainmen were turned to
the poor unfortunates, but they were pinned
down by fragments of timbers and freight, and
while one was rescued the two others were
roasted to death. The names of the men could
not be learned. Tlio loss to the railroad com
pany will reach S60.000 or 80.000.
A LITTLE BUCKEYE ROMANCE.
Miss fllTreiim Owen, of East Liverpool,
Weds a Californinn.
SPECIAL TELEGRAM To THE DISrATCB.l
East Liverpool, April L About three
months ago Miss Myreum Owen received a
copy of a matrimonial paper. She is a very
pretty English girl a decided blonde who has
lived in this city since she came to this"country
with her parents nine years ago, and has been
employed in the potteries here. She was not
compelled to do this work, but because she was
an independent girl preferred to earn the
money she spnnt on her clothes. She always
dressed neatly, and while she had many ad
mirers none of them found favor in her eyes.
In this paper was an advertisement: "Cor
respondent wanted with a view to matrimony,"
from a California fruit grower and ranchman,
which she auswered. Correspondence was
opened and soon photographs were exchanged.
The young man meant business and offered to
make the young lady his wife. She declined
to make an engagement unless she JCould see
him, and wrote that if he wished to make the
trip to East Liverpool, and she liked him, she
would be his wife. He came on the next week,
and for jastamonth to-day Mr. Lorenzo M
Seavyhas been wooing Miss Owen at their
home in this city. To-day they were maimed
by Rev. John Williams, of whose church the
nnae was a meraoer.
Since Mr. Seavy camp here a month ago the
brothers of the younglady have made a rigid
examination of bankers and neighbors of the
groom, unknown to him, and the reports are all
very satisfactory. He is highly connected, in
dustrious, and bears a good name in California,
which has been his home for U Tears. His
formerihome was in Mime, and the same good J
report comes irom were concerningnne young
man. Miss Owen's brothers did not encour
age the match, and her parents would rather
she had found someone nearer home, but the
young lady was persistent, and as. no objections
could be found to the young man, either as to
character or his financial standing, as he owns
a fine ranch and is building a luxurious home,
all objections were withdrawn, and this after
noon the happy couple left for San Francisco,
and thence to Mr. Seavy's country home,
about 50 miles distant. Almost a hundred of
Miss Owens' friends gathered at the station to
bid her good by and wish her good luck.
IKON WORKS BURNED.
Tiro Promisine Yonncstoirn Establishments
Attacked by the Flames.
ISrECTAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISFATCn.1
YoUKGSTOWif, April L At 7 o'clock this
evening fire broke out in the extensive Glen
coe Iron Works of Arms, Bell &. Co. and spread
with such rapidity as to baffle the efforts of tho
fire department. By reason of the greasy ma
chinery the flames spread through the building
and in half an hour the entire plant was in
ruins. The flames then communicated to the
iron works of Brown, Bonnell 4 Co., destroying
one of their warehouses and an engine house,
wheu the firemen succeeded in checking them.
The loss to Arms, Bell & Co. will reach
JS0,O00, with insurauce amounting to 512,500. in
the following companies: RovaL $5,000; London
and Lancashire. 3,000; Rhode Island Under
writers, S2.000: Orient, of Hartford, 2,500; St.
Paul, 52,500; Norwich Union, S2.500: Franklin,
of Philadelphia, 2,500: Phoenix, of Brooklyn,
2,500. Lancashire. 5.000: Springfield, of Massa
t husctts. S2.500- Continental, of New York.
tWSSO; .(Etna, 2,500; Hartford, JL'250; Fre Asso
ciation of Philadelphia, 2,500; Richland
rue lire started In the blacksmith shop, and
throws 300 men out of employment. The con
nany was extensive manufacturers of nuts and
any was extensive man
nits. The loss to Bro
bolts. The loss to Brown. Bonnell & Co. will
reach 10,'000, fully covered by insurance.
The License Court In Fayette.
JFFECIAI. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCn.l
Uxioirrowx, April L Judge Ewing heard
the applications for liquor license to-day, and
then adjourned court nntil Monday morning,
w hen b e w ill announce his decisions. He cau
tioned some of the dealers against having back
rooms, and allowing noisy demonstrationsabout
the bars, but indicated nothing as to who
would be the lucky ones. No new hotel licens
es will be granted in ConnellEville, the Judge
announcing that he would adhere to the decis
ion he formed in this matter last year. Indica
tions are not good for new licenses elsewhere
tn the county.
Wind Scares a Concrecation.
tSFECtAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.!
Bcroettstowx, April 1. A terrific wind
storm passed over this p'ace last evening, do
ing considerable damage to property. At the
Presbyterian Church evening services were in
progress when the storm came up, and several
windows were blown in, the broken glass flyin"
half way across the room. A number of those
present became alarmed and fled from the
building, fearing- that the church would be
. He Fell on a Broomstick.
tSPECIAI. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH. 1
New Castle, April 1 "Willie Atkinson, a
12-year-old son of Charles Atkinson, of West
New Castle, while playing with some compan
ions last evening, endeavored to jump over a
broomstick. His toe caught on the stick,
which was thrown same distance in front of
him, sticking in the mud in an upright posi
tion. The boy fell on the stick, tearing a hole
in his abdomen. He -will die.
A Tannery Earned With Contents.
ICPXCIAI. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCn.l
Huntijjgdox, April L The tannery of
John Johnston, located at Grafton, this county,
was destroyed by Are this morning, with all its
contents, including 100 finished calf-skins and
a large quantity of hides. The fire was of in
cendiary origin, and Tas started in several sur
rounding hay-stacks. Loss, $3,600; insurance,
A Coal Company Rcdaces Wages.
tSrECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCn.l
Wilkesbahre, April 1 A. Pardee & Co,
private coal operators of the Hazclton region,
to-day reduced the uacs of their 1,500 employes
2 per cent
A Big Coal Tipple Burned.
McKeesport, April L The big coal tipple
of Hockett fc Co, at Alpsville, on the Baia-
morc and Ohio roan, was burned this morning.
iThe tipple wasthe largest on the line of the
road and was supplied with' a steam elevator
and scales. Five cars of coal were also burned.
The loss will reach $10,000,' Tho fire is supposed
to have been the work of incendiaries.
Braddock Orffnnlzed for the Campaign.
Bkaddock, April L The Constitutional
Amendment Association met to-night and ap
pointed a Vigilance and Finance Committee.
Tho latter will canvass all the districts for
funds to carry on the campaign, and the
former for votes.
Thomas A. Miller was elected City Treas
urer of McKeesport last evening.
James Dorah, a wealthy fanner livingnear
Tlffln, aged 60 years, was struck by a train yes
terday morning and instantly killed. He lea es
All the mills of the Bethlehem Iron Com
pany started operations yesterday with a full
force. Pnddlcr's wages were reduced from
$3 80 to S3 Jo a' ton.
Philip Miller, of Baxom, O., assaulted his
father-in-law, William Green, with an ax, strik
ing him twice on the head. Green is dying.
Miller is still at large.
TnB strike of the Wheeling painters was set
tled j esterday on the basis of 82 79 per day of
nine hours,a compromise favorable to the men.
They were out a month.
Dr. W. H. Grim, Chairman of the Beaver
Democratic County Committee, received his
commission as Postmaster of Beaver Falls yes
terday, and assumed the duties of tho posi
tion. KeUbes Barber, 15 years of age, looked
into tho muzzle of a Flobert rifle, at Beaver
Saturday afternoon, and, not knowing that it
was loaded, snapped tho trigecr. The ball
struck him under the eye. severing an artery,
and is believed to be imbedded in the cheek.
The railroad ticket office of the Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Ddyton road, at Wyoming, O..
was burglarized Sunhay night and $100 in
money taken. The agent had sold a number of
commuters' tickets on Saturday, and it is evi
dent the thieves had that in mind in selecting
the time for their visit.
Milton Linger, a Finn, employed at tho
warehouse of Brown, Bonncll & Co., at
Youngstown, was found early yesterday morn
ing lying unconscious in a cellar, near his
boarding house, with his pockets rifled. He
was taken to the hospital, where he died at
noon without gaining consciousness. His skull
was fractured and otther marks of violence
were found on His person.
FAR WORSE THAN BALAKLAYA.
One of the Immortal Six Hundred Who Also
Fought in the Civil JTnr.
rSr-ECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCn.l
Boston, April L Hiram Williamson,
who has just been appointed chief porter at
the Boston postoffice, was one of the im
mortal GOO who rode into the "Valley of
Death" at Balaklava on the morning of
October 25, 1854. He possesses one of the
clasp medals presented by Victoria, at Hyde
Park, to the returned Crimean solders, -with
her likeness in base relief on one heart and
the word "Victoria" below and "Crimea"
above, while on the four bars that in part
form the cover are the historic siege and
battle, names of Alma, Inkermann, Balak
lava and Sebastopol.
In 1859, in company -with a soldier com
rade, Mr. Williamson came to this country,
and on the breaking out of the Civil War,
both enlisted in the First Kegiment, Massa
chusetts Volnnteeis. His companion was
killed at the battle of Glendale, Mr. Will
iamson remaining in the service till mus
tered out, a period of tbree.years and three
months. In point of valor displayed and
loss sustained he places the charge at Bi.1
aklava below that witnessed in many en
gagements of the Civil War. In all his
L army perils he speaks of being conscious of
greater personal danger at a snort, fierce
tight at Yorktown, which resnlted in the
capture of a rebel battery, than at any other
time during his ten years' service on two
continents. Mr. Williamson is now .70
years of age.
MICHIGAN IS REPUBLICAN,
But a Democratic Lady Wins tho Election
Detroit, April 1. The election in
Michigan to-day was for a Justice of the
Supreme Court and two Begcnts of the
Btate University. Two Constitutional
amendments were also submitted one in
creasing the salary of the Governor from
$1,000 to 51,000, and the other enabling
corporations to continue their existence
without reorganizing at the end of SO years,
as is now required. The returns received
are-fragmentary, but indicate the election
of C. B. Grant, Bepublican, for Supreme
Justice by a 'safe majorityr
The remainder of the Bepublican ticket
is donbtless elected and both amendments
have been carried. The vote was light. In
this city the ladies exercised the electoral
privilege for the first time, voting for school
inspectors, and electing one of their sex,
who was indorsed by the Democrats.
A.Blnck Eye for Prohibition.
Keokuk, Iowa, April 1. Mayor John
2T. Irvin, Republican, who closed the
saloons one year ago. Was defeated in the
city election for Mayor by 155 majority.
The contest was on enforcement of the pro
"Tired Out," "Ko Energy," and simi
lar expressions, whenever heard, indi
cate a lack of vital force, which, if not
remedied in time, may lead to com
plete physical and nervous prostration.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is the best medi
cine to vitalize the blood, build up the
tissues, and make the -weak strong.
" For nearly three months I was con
fined to the house. One of the most
celebrated physicians of Philadelphia
failed to discover the cause of my
tronble or afford relief. I continued in
a bad way until about a month ago
when I began to take Ayer's Sarsapa
lilla. It acted like a charm. I have
gained flesh and strength and feel ever
so much better. Shall continue using
the Sarsaparilla until completely cured."
John "V. Craven, Salem, N. J.
" I find Ayer's Sarsaparilla to be an
admirable remedy for the cure of blood
diseases. I prescribe it, and it does tho
work every time." E. Ii. Pater, M. D.,
Manhattan, Kansas. . ""
Be sure and ask, for
Ayer &. Co., Lowell, Mass.
Dr. J. -C
Price $1; six bottles, $5.
Worth $5 a bottle.
WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICINAL
WE" MAKE A SPECIALTY
of Pure Wines and Liquors embracing fnll
lines of both Foreign and Domestic, at prices
for the age and quality that cannot be met in
the city: Our Celebrated Guckenneimer 8-Year-Old,
is still the same price, 81 for full quart, or
six forts. We also carry in stock
OverboltPure Rye, hve years old.
Finch's Golden veddig, ten years old.
Gin, Pure Holland, ourown importation
Dunville's Old Irish Whisky.
Ramsay's Old Scotch Whisky, distillery at
Wise's Old Irish Whisky, distillery at North
Kentucky Bon rbon, ten years old.
Cork Distilleries Co. Old Irish Whisky.
James Watson fc Co.'s Dundee Fine Glcnllve
Pure Jamaica Rum.
Old Tom Gin.
Gold Seal Champagne.
Bass fc Co.'s Pale Ale.
Guinness Dublin Stout.
Imported and Domestic Brandies.
All of the different varieties of California
Wines you purchase from us are the very best
and only 50 cts. f or full quarts, or 85 00 per doz!
Send for complete Price List, mailed free to
any address. ,
All mail orders receive prompt attention.
Goods sent "Tla express to any address. No
extra charge for boxing.
JOS. FLEMING & SON, Druggists.
412 Market street, Pittsburg, Pa.,
mh31.Trssn Corneroftbo Diamond.
Jlarrtace Licenses Granted Yesterday.
J A niallda J . lnff lVnntinih1n
jllsrry B. Ingle Pittsburg''
t .aauuic jiiii x-iusDurg
1 Miry Lut , Pittsburg
(Jtirliard Carter Cnartlcrs township
; Sadie Irwin Plum township
UJcorge V. Cupps Tranklln township
J Katie O. Brandt Franklin township
t William A. Brown Allegheny City
J Bessie McCall Allegheny City
I Louis Scheldter Mifflin township
1 Barbara Metterer Mifflin township
I James II. Oram .' Pittsburg
Martha miliar Pittsburg
t Levi Merner Sewickley township
Jbarali Kulmer... Sewickley township
( Isaac Bnrbrldge McKeesport
Charlotte 11111 McKeesport
Dojt't irritate your lnngs with a stubborn
cough, when a sale and certain remedy can
be had in Br. Jayne's Expectorant.
Tho Live School
Of Pittsburg is Curry University. It
leads in classical, in normal, in shorthand,
and especially in the business college
studies. The management is conservative,
yet liberal. Its faculty is second tothat of
no other college in the country. The suc
cess of the university and of its students
has been phenomenal! and it asks patron
age only upon its merits. Spring term opens
Dr. Sophy E. Fottwcll, Dentist.
On and after April 1, office, room 107
KANZ ROSS Tuesday evening, March 26,
by the Bev. Howard B. Grose, Mr. Jacob
Naxz, of Chanters, and Miss Nellie Ross,
of Pittsburg, S. S.
BERKEMEIER At her
residence. No. 4
Pride street, Pittsburg, on
March 3L 1889, at 8:45 o'clock, AUGUSTA
BERKEUEiER,wife of Mr. August Berketneior,
aged 77 years, 6 months and & days.
Funeral will take place on Wednesday Af
ternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of tho
family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
BOIES On Monday, April 1, 1S89, at 3:40 a.m.,
Andrew F. Boies, in the 45th year of his age.
Funeral from bis late residence, 161 Wylle
avenue, at 250 p. jr., sharp, on Tuesday,
April 2. Interment in Allegheny Cemetery.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
CLARK At the parents' residence, 41
Kirkpatrick avenne, Allegheny, on Monday,
April MSS9, at 10:30 A.M., AGNES, youngest
daughter of John and Mary Ann Clark, aged i
years 10 months.
Friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral. Services on TUES
DAY at 3.30 p. u., at Emmanuel Church, corner
North ana Allegheny avenue, Allegheny.
CASSADY On Mondav evening. Anril 1.
1SS9, at 8.10 o'clock, Louise, wife of Perry
Funeral from her late residonce, 69 First
street. Allegheny. Notice of funeral hereafter.
DAVIS On Sunday evenine. March 31. 1889.
at 530, at his residence, 410 Penn avenne,
Prof. Slack Davis, aged 63 years.
Funeral services from his late residence, 410
Penn avenue, on Tuesday afternoon, April
2, at 2 o'clock. Interment private.
HURST On Sunday. March 3L at 9:15 A. M.,
Edwin Moody, infant son of Nathaniel
F. and Lilian Conway Hurst, aged 2 years and
Funeral services at the residence of his par
ents, Rochester, Pa., Tuesday, April 2, 1 P. it.
KOHLHEPP On Monday, April L at 5.45
p. M., at his residence, 3S10 Butler street,
William Kohlhepp, in his 76th year.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
MACRTTM OT.YDE On Mondav momfnir.
April L 18S9, at 3:45 o'clock, Sarah E. Glyde,
widow of the late David S. Macrum. of paralysis
of the heart, aged 47 years.
Funeral services on "Wednesday at 12
o'clock at her late residence, Sewickley. Trains
leave Fort Wayne station, Allegheny City, at
11 A. 31. Interment private. 2
McCULLEY On Monday, April 1, 1889, at 9
p. m., William McCulley, in the 74th year
of his age.
Funeral from his late residence, 106 Allen
street, Thirty-first ward, on Wednesday at
10 am. Friends of the family are respectfully
nvlted to attend? -
PROSSER At his home. Thirty-first ward.
Pittsburg, on Mondav, April L at 1:30 p. M.,
Prof. Richard Prosser, aged 44 years.
Funeral services will be held on Wednes
day, 250 o'clock P. JL, at Nineteenth Street
Baptist Church, Nineteenth street, near Car
son street. Southside. 2
RILL Of Little 8aw Mill Run, Thirty-fifth
ward, Pittsburg, Augusta Rill, wile of
Samuel Rill, aged 39 years.
Funeral services from her late residence,
Wednesday, April 3, 1SS9, at 230 o'clock p. m.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
WALSH On Sunday, March SL 1889, at 2
o'clock, a. m,, William P. Walsh, in his 39th
Funeral from the residence of John Healey,
135 Forty-eighth street, on Tuesday, April 2,
1S89, at 850 o'clock A. M. Services at St. Mary's
Church at 9 A. M. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend.
WOODRUF On Sunday morning, March 31,
18S9, at 6:30 o'clock, Eleanor, beloved wife of
Dr. W. Woodruf, Inner 68th year.
Funeral services at the residence of her
husband, 252 Federal street, Allegheny, on
Tuesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
JAMES ARCHIBALD & BRO..
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES,
217, 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below
Smithfleld St, next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages for funerals,S3. Carriages for operas,
parties, ii, at the lowest rates. AU new car
nages. Telephone communication. my3-d60-TTS
pEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN 1SC1
ASSETS . J9J07L69633.
Insurance Co. of North America.
Loscs adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. ia3) s2-D
WESTERN INSURANCE CO.
NO. 411 WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER Nf MICK, President.
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President
fe22-26-TTS WM. P. HERBERT, Secretory.
flRFQQ Rfinn nFPfiRTMFMT Never m the history of the drygoods trade in this section of the country has there been exhibited such an assortment of
U 1 1 LOO. UUUUO UL.IHII I III lull I . dress fabrics embracing the latest novelties of American and foreign looms as we show to-day, and more of them con
stantly coming. We can suit every taste and purse. A visit to this department will well repay the trouble and save you money. Novelties in wool, stripes and plaids, for com
binations, 50c. 60c, 5c up to 1 CO a yard. .Special lot all-wool 38-inch' Cashmeres at 37c a yard; have never been seen under 00c: and all spring colors. New colors in Cashmere
D Leossc, 40-inchwuIe. at jOc. Extra stood quality 40-inch all-wool Henriettas, at 50c, 05c and 7fic. 46-inch cassimeres at 60c, all shades. Oar line is complete in colored French
cashmereSjBteOc, oc, 90c and 51. Silk warp cashmeres at 51, worth $1 25. 46-inch side-band wool Polaise at 62c. Double width. Plaids and Stripes, designs entirely new. at
3jUc. 500 pieces new fatnpes, Plaids and lancy weaves at 25c. Then we hav,p a magnificent line of colors, in part wool Cashmeres, at 20e, 25c and 33c, with a few cases of double
fold Cashmeres, Henrietta finish, at llc, 12c and 15c. Fancy Dress Goods, nice styles, at 10c a yard. This is the year forjQinghams, and we have an immense display in dress
styles at CVc, 8C, 10c and 12c. Such qualities and styles have never been seen for the prices. Then we have printed Challies from 5c and 6Vo np. Scotch Zephyrs, in plain
plaids and stripes, 20c and j5c. Satmes, in best French iabnes, at 20c, 25c and 31c. American Satines, rivaling the French in designs, at 10c, 12Uc and 15e. New Percales.
Prints and White Goods in great variety at right prices. ,
PinAlf QfinM Latest things out
ULUHIl IIUUIII. macKand colors,
jui ciuciij iauiw. mu .uai.5, mi tuiuu,
Well made. Altered to fit, at our low prices.
Window shades, plain, side-band and dado.
prices. No troubli
Oar stock is full up in this department. Body Brussels, new design 51 up. Tapestry Brussels, 50o up. Ingrains,
Cottage. Hemn and Eae Carnets. Hall and Stair nint Kmvraa Tint, anA tt.. t.. Z -imJit.. - t
No trouble to show them.
We have no formal
.uats ana Bonnets.
infintV Hut and Cans at nnmilnr ,!,.,.
..... A r-M r..wV
Note the special bargains in Table linens, Hosiery, Gloves, Muslin Underwear, Embroideries, Laces and Silks.
We will mail you samples and fill your orders promptly at lowest quotations. '
165, 167 and 169 FEDERAL STREET, AliLEGHENY, PA. .
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 desfes. We have sold
hundreds, but have yet to re
ceive the first complaint as to
their operation or durability.
33 FIFTH AVENUE.
We have several new sets of Insertings and
Laces to match in Torchon, Medecis. Platte,
Valenciennes, French Valenciennes. Gui
pure de Genes, Patent Point Beal, Irish
Crochet Edge and Laces.
New Patterns Feather Stitch Beading
for Seam Covering.
Han We Diamoni Trinimiiig.
ALL WIDTHS, UP TO 30 INCHES
WIDE, WITH INSERTINGS
The New HemstitcliBa Emlirolfleries
All widths, up to 45 inches wide.
Particular attention given to goods suita
ble for Infants' Outfitting. Pine Nainsook
Embroideries Edgings and Insertings to
match. Fine Hamburg Embroideries, Edg
ings and Insertings to mateh. Soft Finish
English Nainsook. Sea Island Nainsook.
French Nainsook in Sheer, medium and
heavyweights. Several special bargains.
India, Linen, Victoria Lawn, Indian Dim
ity. &-i soft finish Linen Lawn. Plaid
Nainsook in sheer and heavy weight. Cot
ton Diaper, etc. Sampjes by mail if desired.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH AVENUE.
MANUFACTURERS AND MERCHANTS'
INS. CO., 417 Wood street, Pittsburg.Pa.
Capital 8230,000 00
Assets January 1, 1SS0 383,745 80
Directors Chas. W. Batchelor, President;
John W. Chalfant, Vice President: A. E. W.
Painter, Robt, Lea, M. W. Watson, John Wil,
son, Joseph Walton, Wm. G. Part, A.M.Byers
Jas. J. Donnell. Geo. E. Painter, John Thomp
son. Wm. 1. Adair, Secretary; Jas. Little, As
sistant Secretary; August Ammon, General
Established 1819. Telephone Call 107a.
FRANK J. G-TJOKBRT,
Contractor and Manufacturer Of
BANK, OFK1CE. STORE AND CHURCH
Doors, Wainscoatihg, Ceilings and Hard Wood
Work of every description, for building and
decorative purposes. Mantels, Cabinets and
Furnituro of Special Designs. Drawings and
Estimates furnished on application. Office and
factory, Nos. 68 and 70 feeventh Avenue, Pitts
burg, Pa. Hard wood lumber. n27-bi0O-TTS
in Cloth Jackets from 51 50 up. Black and
i-mbroidered and plain Jersey Blouses.
piiuu iiuu cm uruiucreu. jiiisses jacneis
importation contpiises many designs confined
Mau csjiBKiaity. curiam laces irom uc
bnaac ciotn and Uurtain Poles of every kind
opening. The stock is here. Come and see the latest shapes, in Hats and Bonnets and styles of
Newest colors in Bibbons. New Unses. Wreaths nf 'F'lnnrora trih. nmu on n,.nina
ARE THE BEST.
Only the best material used in their man
ufacture. Are carefully stitched like custom-made
The buttonholes are ca?efully worked by
hand, thereby wearing much longer than
the machine-made ones now generally used.
They can be had in various sleeve lengths,
thereby in most cases saving the expense
and delay of special orders.
TO AVOID IMPOSITION,
See that each Pearl Shirt has this Trade
Hark stamped thereon. Infringements
and imitations will be prosecuted.
TJnlanndried, 81 each, or $11 50 per dozen.
Laundned, $1 25 each, or ?14 50 per dozen,
"We are the sole agents for Pittsburg and
Allegheny, and the fact that we have
handled these goods exclusively for a dozen
years or more shows what we think of
them. They are undoubtedly the best article
at the price to be found the world over. '
Fleishman & Go's.
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES
504,506 and 508 Market st.
For Young Ladies, Misses and
A most complete line of the above from the
leading foreign and home manufacturers.
Many styles wholly confined to us. ' All grades
from cheapest to most expensive; ages 2 to IS
Boys' Kilt Suits and Overcoats.
Many new and pretty styles, made to our
JL G, CAMPBELL & SONS,
710 PENN AVENUE,
flS-Open until 9 v. M. Saturdays.
MLLE. E. DREYER.
NO. Mi PENN AVENUE.
IMPORTER OF FRENCH MILLINERY,
Trimmed Bonnets and round Hats.
Mourning a Specialty.
colored Stockinette Jackets. Black and
iBeaded Wraps, ?4 50 np. Grand bargains
ana long uarments,
Suits for ladies, misses and
to us. Splendid values at $1 up to ?20 a
io ouc a vara. Bcnms. piam ana striped,
at popular prices.
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Tuesday, April 2.
Is! lis! is I
The hurricane at Samoa was
scarcety a circumstance to the
flood of Fine Silks in our Silk De
It began early and continued
long and furious. Many' shelves
were empty, because Silks have
been selling rapidly these few weeks
past, but they were quickly filled.
Goods began to pile up on the
counters. Only the heads of the
salesmen behind could be seen by
the customers in front. Every
thing was rushand hurry. Such a
scene we have, never witnessed be
fore. It was bewildering even to those
fully experienced in such rushes.
What did it mean? Why, it was'
the first installment of some of th$r
best purchases we have ever made.
Not of old goods, but the very best,
newest and most desirable goods in
the world's markets. Read of a
few. Space forbids a mention of
mny of the bargain prices we are
able to make.
AT 50 CENTS:
100 pieces Colored Surahs, never
before retailed under 75c Best
shades of the season. The grand
est offer ever made in the two cities.
Don't fail to see these goods. See
ing, you will certainly buy.
AT 75 CENTS:
A large lot of che'ek, 24-inch
Washable Indias, made to retail at
$1 25. These are the most beauti
ful goods we have ever shown. It
is almost a shame to put such a low
price on them. But we can afford
it and have done it
AT 75 CENTS:
An extraordinarily choice lot 27-
inch India Silks, real Shanghai
Cloth, would be a rare bargain at
' AT 75 CENTS':
A lot of Black Brocades, bought
at a great sacrifice no less a bar
gain than the- others.
, AT 85 CENTS:
A large lot of 27-inch Indias, all
desirable colors, worth $1 25 'of
AT $1. 00:
20 pieces Washable Indias in
stripes, glace effects, actually worth
A lot of side band Indias, with
plains to match. Another, a lot of
Brocade's, very attractive.
Look for the lot of Louisenes,
one of the richest and most effective
things of the season.
Colored Brocades, in Persian
stripes and other handsome designs,
75c and $1. New two-toned novel
ties, beautiful effects, $1 50, 1 75
These, as we said, are. a few.
Come in and see the others.
115. 117. 119. 121
Federal Street, Allegheny.
P. S. Extra provisions
play will be made to-day.
colored Sonne Newmarkets.
at $3 and 510. Cashmere and Silk
Newest materials and stvles.
pair. We challenge competition in values,
.madras ana oiner materials bv the vard.
handsome new patterns and designs
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. "r , compare
trimmings. Grand display of trimmed
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With Alt Our Quarter of a
We Have Never Been Called On to Exhibit
the Virtues of Such a
' MAMMOTH, ELEGANT AND BEAUTIFUL STOCK-
Men's Spring Suits, i
Men's Spring Pants,
Boys' Spring Oyercoats,
Boys' Spring Suits, :
Children's Spring Overcoats, .
Children's Spring Suits,
Spring Furnishing Goods! Spring Styles Hats!
' OR SPRING FOOTWEAR
AS WE ABE SHOWING THIS SEASON.
"When Fortune knocks you want
mis saying we quote m oraer to prepare your mma to receive tne
knowledge that if there ever was a time when a new stock of goods was
full of good things, elegant designs, latest styles and unsurpassed quali
ties and low prices it is right now.
TEMPTING BARGAINS AND UNUSUAL VALUES
Both Satin and Natural Cloth facing, elegant garments that fit and
a decided early Spring bargain.
' Have You Yet Seen Our Great Line of Spring Suits at
$8S $io, $12, $15 and $18 ?"
They are in excellentjquality materials, and are' in Cutaway Sack
Suits, Soft Roll Sack Suits, Patch
way Frock Suits, Low Roll Cutaway
etc. many 01 mem nave tnree sizes
tall and medium-sized men. An immense assortment of extira size suits; '
for extra size men.
HAS NO EQUAL.
Fully Seventy Per Cent (70) of the Finest Clothingworn by Boys and
Children in Pittsburg has been purchased at our store,this necessita- .
ting the purchase by us of the Latest Novelties and Designs, the -
best of both foreign and Domestic Manufacture and new
and exclusively original and confined patterns. Our
Salesmen are experienced gentlemen, whose knowl
, edge of styles and judgment of
wearing qualities are ,
Recognized and Appreciated by Mothers, Parents and Guard
ians! We Are Offering This Week Charming One
and Two-Piece Kilt Suits at $2 50, $3,
$3 50, $4. $5 $6 to $10. '
To competitors these prices are a stumbling block. We want these
Bargains to go into the possession of people who can appreciate them.
We know they are the best value ever offered at.the PRICES IK KILT
Short Pant Suits for Dress and School at $2, $3, $4, $5, $6 to-$10
All the pretty and graceful shapes. Nowhere else will you see such
countless handsome suits all new and stylish. Why not come and see
our goods. You'll find none but the latest arid most popular styles.
Long Pant Suits for Dress and Every-Day at $4, $5, $6, $8, $?0 to $15,'
- Where else wouid you see the
like to know, or where else would
prices as we are naming? When you get ready for CONFIRMATION
SUITS bear us in mind. We have them in all goods and-prices.
HATS AND CAPS FOR MEN AND BOYS,
All the Latest New Spring Styles !
SPRING FURNISHING GOODS !
Newest and Brightest Stock Ever Seen in This City.j
NEW SPRING FOOTWEAR.! ,
For AH Ages of Both Sexes.
To Every Patron this week we give FREE thai Extraordinary
Puzzle "THE PIGS IN CLOVER," and with every purchase la
our Boys' and Children's Department we present FREE -A'
LARGE KITE. .
Century's Business Experwnctt:
to be prompt in opening the door.".'
AT $8, $10, $12 AND $15.
Pocket Suits, r, 3 and 4 Button Cuta-.."
Frock Suits, Chesterfield Suits, etc.,'
to every Dreast measure, tor stout, si
magnificent assortment we show we'd "I
be found such extraordinarily low
GRAND BARGAIN STORE-
to 400 Market street,