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THE. PITTSBITKG. DISPATCH, '&&a?UEDA.Y, " MAT l 4 ; -1889.'
SHAKE; SIR JULIAK
Pauncefote Presents His Credentials
to Harrison and They Form
A MUTUAL ADMIRATION SOCIETY.
The Minister Speaks of the Ties Uniting the
Two Rations and
PAIS A TEIBUTE TO GEN. WASHIKGTM.
The President fietnrns the Greeting and Compliments
Sir Julian P&uncefote yesterday presented
his credentials as British Minister to Presi
dent Harrison. He referred in warm terms
to the common ties uniting the two great
nations, and gave assurances of the good
will felt by England toward the United
States. The President replied in a neat lit
tle speech in,which he complimented the
Minister and the power he represents.
"Washington, May 3. Secretary Blaine
appeared at the State Department this
morning looking well and showing no traces
cf his recent illness. Soon after his arrival
Sir Julian Pauncefote, the new British
Minister, came to the Department, ac
companied by Mr. Edwardes, the Charge
d'Affaires, and Secretary Herbert, with
several other attaches. The new Minister
was introduced to Secretary Blaine, who
immediately proceeded with the party to
the "White Honse, where Sir Julian was
formally presented to the President. He
Mr. President, sir: I have the honor to place
In your hands a letter from the Queen, my au
gust sovereicn, accrediting moras her Envoy
Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to
the United States. In fulfilling this pleasing
duty 1 desire to express my sense of the dis
tinguished character and special importance of
the mission which Her Majesty has been graci
ously pleased to confide to me, and to assure
you that no effort shall be wanting on my part
worthily to discharge so great a trust. My ut
most endeavors will oe devoted to the object
which Her Majesty and her people have so
much at heart, the maintenance of the rela
PEACE AND FRIENDSHIP
which happily subsist between Great Britain
and the United States, and the strengthening,
if possible, of the many ties which unite these
two great English-speaking countries, destined
to exercise the most beneficial influence for
the advancement of civilization and the pro
motion of happiness throughout the world.
I believe that the citizens of the United States
reciprocate the feelings of amity and good will
I have expressed, and are animated by the most
kindly sentiments toward Her Majesty and her
people. I am also convinced that in my rela
tions with the Government of the irreat coun
try over which yon preside I shall meet with
chat spirit of justice and conciliation for which
her statesmen are so eminently distinguished.
Su:h qualities it will ever be my earnest wish
to emulate, and the circumstance that I enter
upon my diplomatic functions at the time of
the Washington Centennial, when a national
tribute is being offered in this country to the
greatest of her sons, will ever be associated in
my memory with the distinguished honor I
have had this day of beinz presented to the
chief of tho States.
I bee; sir, in conclusion, to offer yon the as
surance of my highest respect and esteem.
PEES1DEKT HAEEISON'8 EEPLT.
The President replied:
Mr. Minister: The pleasure I have in re
ceivine from your hands the letters whereby
Her Britannic Majesty accredits Jyou as her
Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipoten
tiary to the United States is enhanced by the
J earnest assui ances of good will with which you
' have accompanied their delivery. It is cratify
ng that Her Majesty's cUoico of a representa
Ive, charged with the expressions of sincere
.nity between the two nations, has fallen upon
ic whose official station for many years past
induced an intimate acquaintance with the
tattoo between the United States and the
1 au4iappy to assure you in return of no less
zealous efforts on my part, and on the part of
those who are associated with me in the Gov
ernment to perpetuate relations of peace and
friendship between the United States and
Great Britain. It is especially pleasing to know
that you, as the representative of the British
people, have been an interested and friendly
observer of our national commemoration of the
inauguration of the first President of the Re
public. To Yonrself, personally, Mr, Minister, lam
glad to offer the greeting due to your distin
guished reputation and eminent qualities.
A HEAETLESS HUSBAND.
He Refuses to Allow His Wife to See tbe
Corpse of Their Utile Son.
IEFECIALTEI.EOBJLK TO THE DISPATCH.
Eastok, May 3. A sad case of domestic
trouble came to light to-day. Some time
ago John Kocher and his wife, living in the
western part of the town,, separated, and
Mr. Kocher took his children and went to
live with his mother. A few days ago a
son, 9 years old, died, and. Mrs. Kocher,
when she called at the house to see the body
was refnsed admission. Then she appeared
before 'Squire Otto, who sent a
Bote to Mr. Kocher, telling him
to allow Mrs. Kocher to see her
child. This he refused to do. The funeral
of the child took place at 2 o'clock this
afternoon. Shortly after dinner to-day Mrs.
Kocher again came to 'Squire Otto and
begged him to aid her in her attempt to see
her dead child before it was buried. The
i'ustice then sent Constable Osterstook with
ier to the house.
Mr, Kocher became very ugly and ras
held by the constable while Mrs. Kocher
went into the adjoining room to see the re
mains. "While she was bending over the
body, kissing it and crying bitterly, Kocher
broke away irom the officer and picked up
the lid of tbe coffin and was about to cover
up the body, when the constable again
grabbed him and pnt him in a corner. Dur
ing the heartrending scene there was the
wildest confusion among the people who had
gathered to attend the funeral.
THE INDIANA MINING TEOTJBLE.
A Schedule Proposed by the Operators U
Very Emphatically Refused.
Indiahapolis, May 3. The block coal
miners of the Brazil district to-day rejected
hy a vote of 268 to 1,172 the prices prepared
by the operators. Another meeting will be
held at Brazil on Thursday next, to deter
mine whether the disputes should be re
ferred toarbitrators. Meanwhile all work
at the mines has been suspended and 2,000
men are idle.
The bituminous operators and miners
have been holding a prolonged meeting at
Terre Haute, and to-day it was decided that
the miners should return to work for one
month on the basis of 65 and 70 cents a ton,
pending a permanent settlement of the wage
A SNAKE IN HEE STOMACH.
Srra. Gehrlncer Polled it Out of Her Throat
end Then Fainted.
GsiasyitAX, Pa., May 3. Mrs. Angus-,
tus Gehrihger, of this place, a few days ago
felt a tickling sensation in her throat, fol
lowed by a sickening, suffocating sensation.
The woman was almost strangled, and fcl?
Into a dead taint. Upon recovering con
sciousness she- wrapped her apron around
her thumb and forefinger, and, forcing
.these members into her throat, felt some
thing moving, which she quickly grasped
and pulled out To her horror it proved to
be a living snake sine inches in length.
She again swooned. It is believed she swal
lowed the reptile while it -was very small in
drinking a cup of water from the well.
WOHAN'S CLOTHES SSE
.roufs Dispatch in a briffM and interesting
manner oy Mrs. xran xscnw, wu ora, o
I Ute influence ivom&Ct dress ftas exereired upon
BOTES AflD NOTIONS.
Many Molten of Much and Utile Moment
Axd now they say that famous ball was a
It is sad that the enthusiasm of jouth must
be frozen by the chill of experience.
The girl who threw herself Into the balance
had probably weighed her mind before hand.
The people on Webster avenue complain of
the dangerous blasting of Contractor Holmes.
Senator Patne wants to "grow old grace
fully." His downward path is certainly oiled.
Heredity, of course, can't oe disputed, but
it Is made to answer for a great many voluntary
AS there is absolutely nothing new, it Is no
wonder memory is so often mistaken for origin
ality. A FAIB Field and no favor is what tho boys
ask, but Kate says she prefers the field to her
serf; The sickly creen stamp continues to give
every man tbe dyrpepsla who has courage to
A beau fell on Albert Ferguson's leg and
broke it, at Moorhead & McCleane's mill yes
terday. Patriot. Yes, you will always find the
American Sag over some hotel in every city in
Careoll Kxlke, Panhandle brakeman,
had his hand crushed coupling cars yesterday
at Ingram station.
H. W. Moore, of Kansas, will address an
amendment meeting to-morrow afternoon In
the Moorhead building.
John Krusa will have a hearing Tuesday on
thecharceof stealing awacon valued at $50
from Thomas Gillespie.
Mrs. Whttexing, the Philadelphia murder
ess, doesn't want to be respited. Anything to
get out of Philadelphia.
A steam pipe broke' in the Lucy Furnace
yesterday, scalding John Homine very severely.
He Is not expected to live.
AVhen Brick Pomeroy boasted, "Thank God
I have no friends," he meant he had nothing,
absolutely nothing, to lose.
The Junta Club will hold its third annual
banquet in the Duqnesne, May 11 Elaborate
preparations are being made.
Kunrt & Donnelly are the contractors for
21 six-room brick houses to be erected on Penn
avenue, in the Nineteenth ward.
His landlady keeps a watch dog, and poof
Blinks doesn't need to go to the seashore to
hear the moan of the tied at night.
Harrison is taking quinine regularly, and
Wanamafcerwilltakea fit soon if he doesn't
learn soon who is taking the whisky.
Roger O'Maba arrested Mrs. HannahxTay
lor, a resident of Mt, Washington, on a charge
of shoplifting preferred by Fleishmans'.
Jake Kilrain says he is wedded to the belt.
If Sullivan is in half way trim, Jake willtska
divorce from the one John h. presents him.
Harbison continues to grow so much "thin
ner than usual" that pretty soon nobody will
be able to see him on account of the man be
Mrs. Mart Allen, of Clay alley, dropped
dead last evening. She had been washing all
day. and was hanging up the clothes when
A butcher's" wagon ran into James Lewis'
buggy near Atwood street, Southside, last
night, throning Mr. Lewis ont ana wrecking
England is worried over the admission of
the new States. Columbia is doing very well,
however, and the kids are suckling in healthy,
Magistrate Bbokaw sent John Timothy
to prison yesterday for a hearing. Last Satur
day he was accused of beating his wife insensi
ble with a club.
At tbe meeting of the Allegheny Fire Com
mittee last evening the Controller was author
ized to advertise for bids for furnishing vitriol
to the department.
The One Hundred and Second Regimental
Association will meet in City Hall this evening
to make arrangemeats for the dedication of the
The big English engine, Creadnaught, took
out the midnight express on the Ft. Wayne
last night. The locomotive will be tried on all
the divisions of the road.
Camp No. L, TJ. V. L., will attend the funeral
services of Wf: G. Miller, late Adjutant Sixty
first Pennsylvania Volunteers, this afternoon
at the First M. P. Church,
The first bulletin issued by the Agriculural
Denartment Is that thermometer bulbs should
be 'planted deep so the stem can't raise too
high during the heated period.
Tennesee claims to raise the prettiest girls,
tbe fastest horses, and the best whisky in the
Union. Tbe thing of course is to win the first,
lose tbe second, and swallow the third.
Of course, it's all a mistake that Wanamaker
knew of that job lot arrangement of his part
ners, but it's strange these mistakes aren't
found out before they are perpetrated.
Henry Duthiee, accompanied by two
black eyes, charged Charles Bhreiber, of the
Shreiber Hotel, Allegheny, with assault and
battery, and Mr. S. was held in $500 bail
Uncle Jerry Re. - s jealous of the War
Department. He thh. 'they have infringed
on his agricultural provi. in their manifesto
showing war ships how to oWjm currents.
Twenty Baltimore girls intend to travel
around the world, and each is to write one
chapter of a book. Tbe difficulty is that a mar
riage will occur at the end of each chapter.
A conductor on the Citizens' line threw a
bundle of F. W. Schrent's off a car yesterday,
and when the latter remonstrated Schrent says
the conductor hit him in the face. He had the
ticket puncher arrested.
A meeting of the Allegheny Poor Board
was beld yesterday afternoon, and Thomas
Kimberlaln was awarded the contract for fur
nishing meat to the City Home for the next
quarter at $5 40 per 100 pounds.
Colonel J. W. Echols, the Georgian ora
tor, and Dr. H. H. George, of Geneva College,
will address an amendment mass meeting in
the Fourth U. P. Church, Montgomery avenue
and Arch street, Allegheny, on Monday even
ing at 7:45 o'clock.
For April, Magistrate Gripp reports 465
arrests, McKenna 236, Brush 117, Brokaw 174,
and Hyndman 163, with a grand total of 1,157
and a total of 5,421 13 receipts in fines and
licenses issued. This is the highest month in
arrests and fines since the new charter.
A PITTSBUBG SUBGEON
Elected President of the National Association
of Railway Surgeons.
rSrZCIAL TH.EOKAM TO TUB DISPATCH.!
St. Louis, May 3. The National Asso
ciation of Bail way Snrgeons completed its
work to-day, and will meet in Kansas Citv.
May 3, 1890. The address of President
Jackson on the benefit of union hospitals
was ordered printed, and a copy sent to every
railroad president in the United States. Dr.
John Owens offered a resolution which was
adopted, denouncing the Mutual Hospital
and association, and national benefit asso
ciations and so-called sanitariums, which
collected $6, ?8 or ?10 a year from people on
a guarantee to furnish them hospital treat
ment when they are sick. A number oi
papers were read, and then a constitution
and by-laws were adopied.
The following officers were elected for the
ensuing year: President, Dr. J. B. Mur
dock, of Pittsburg; First Vice President, AV.
B. Dutton, of St. Louis; Secretary, Dr.
Siemmiens, of Pt. Wayne; Corresponding
Secretary, Dr. Lewis, of Kansas City; Treas
urer, Dr. Eeed, of Mansfield, O. The dele
gates were given a steamboat ride and a
banquet this afternoon.
A FIELD OF GLORY f&
k.iiMtiw 4 M 4st A7 tnimtm 91.4 &.. m
nwiivcr fcv iwmvie tji ,c jiytua nave laKetl
place, it gravhically described by O. IS. 8, in
an illustrated article in to-morrow's Dis
PATCH. :,wSecdrus JUDICAT
, "THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS.",
The filling at the Apollinaris Spring
(in Rhenish Prussia) amounted t 9
11,894,000 bottles in 1887, and
12,720,000 bottles in 1888.
Of all Grocers, Druggists, and Mineral TPatir
BEWARE OP IMITATIONS
" "mvI.S8.vn .
"Whiskies, wines, hrandy, gin, etc., etc.
SCHTJETZ, KEXZIEHATJSEN & CO.,
100 and 102 Marketst, cor. of First ave.
Buy I7ie Bulletin .to-day. Permanently
enlarged to twenty pages. A splendid
number. . .
James h. Aiken 8s Co.3 neckwear dis
play. 100 Fifth avenue.
One Mnrrlnee tleenio Granted Yesterday.
Ktne. . Keataence.
5 'William Charles Oprermann.... Bethel townhlp
Mary Volts Pittsburg
- MAB.KIED. '
McMINN "HIVELY At" residence of
bride's parent?. No. 290 Western avenue,- on
Thursday evening, April 25, Mr. Samuel A.
McMTNNto Miss Mabt Emma Htvslt, by
Rev. B. J, George, of Beaver Falls,
WRlGHT-McEia)OWNEY On Thursday
evening, May2.1SS9, at the residence of Mr.
Robert McEldowney, Bedrord avenue, Pitts
burg; by Rev. Charles Edward ' Locke, Miss
Babah & McEltjownet to Mr. John D.
Weight, both of Pittsburg.
ALTSMAN On Thursday, May 2, 1SS9. at
10:30 p. m., Mabel RAT, dauchter of Charles
and Llda Altsman, aged 3 years, 1 month and
Funeral from her parents' residence, foot of
Wilkins street, Ninth ward, Allegheny City, on
Satubdat, May i, at 10 a. k. Friends of the
family are respectfully Invited to attend.
Topeka, Kan., papers please copy.
BROWN-On Friday, May 3, 1689, at 9:15 P.
jr., Minnie, youngest daughter of August and
Kate Brown, aged 2 years 6 mouths.
Funeral from the residence of her parents.
No. 11 Federal street, Allegheny, on Sunday
aftebnoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of tbe fam
ily aro respectfully invited to attend.
CAMERON At the residence of his grand
mother, Mrs. Jane Smith, 300 Sandusky street,
Allegheny, on Friday inorninp, April 3, 1689,
.Fbank R. Caxebon, in the 16th year of his
Funeral services Monday MOBning at 10
o'clock. Interment private.
CAMPBELL Suddenly on Wednesday. May
L 1S89, at 11:45 P. jr., MATTHEW CAMPBELL, in
his 56th year.
Funeral from his late residence, No. 2016
Sarah street, Southside. on Batttbday mobn
ino, May i, at 830 o'clock. Service at St.
John's Church, Fourteenth street, at 9 A. K.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. Please omit flowers. 2
DUNN-On Friday, May 3, 1SS9, Julia, in
fant daughter of Lizzie and the late John
Dunn, late of Demmler, Pa,
Funeral from the residence. No. 1016 North
Canal street, Sharpsburg, on Sunday, May 5,
at 2:30 p. M. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend.
FREY VOGEL-On Thursday. May 2, 1889, at
11:15 p. h., Maby, daughter of the late Andrew
Voith, aged 23 years, at her residence, 255 Cald
Funeral on Sunday, May 5, at 1 o'clock p. M.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
HALL Thursday, May 2, 1889,at5d5A. ir.,
Lizzie, dauchter of James F. and Martha
Hall, in her 19th year.
Funeral services at the residence of her par
ents. No. 123 Monterey street, Allegheny, on
Satubday aftebnoon, May i, at 2 o'clock.
KIDNEY At her residence. 148 Webster
street; Allegheny, Friday, May S, 1889, at 8
a. h., Emma C. Jenny, wife of John G. Kid
ney. Funeral services on Sunday afternoon at
2 o'clock. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. Interment private. 2
LESSEPS On Friday, May 3, at 225 P. at.,
Louise Octavie, widow of Numa Lesseps,
mother of Mrs. William Macrum, of Ingram
station, and sister of Mrs. Edward Oxnard, of
Allegheny City, in the 69th year of her age.
Funeral services at St Paul's Roman Catho
lic Cathedral, Fifth avenue and Grant street,
at 10 o'clock A. M. Mons, AY,May 6. Interment
private. - - 2
MILLER Wednesday, May L 1889, at 930 A.
H., W. Gibson Milled, aired 64, Adjutant
61st Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers.
Services at First Methodist Protestant
Church, Fifth avenue, Satubday, at 2 o'clock
p. m. Interment private at a later hour. 3
McMULLIN-At Warren, O.. May 3. 18S9, at
220 P. M., Thomas J., son of Michael 'and Mary
McMullin, aged 23 years.
Notice of funeral, which will take place from
the residence of bis mother, No. 173 Browns
ville avenne, will be given in the evening pa
pers. REITER Thursday, May 2, at 8 A. M., Con
bad Reiteb, in his 72d year.
Funeral services will be held at tho Trinity
Lutheran Church, Stockton avenue, Allegheny,
BATCBDAY,May4,at 2 o'clock p. x. Inter
ment private at a later hour. 2
JAMES ARCHIBAXD BRO.,
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES,
117, 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below
Smithfield St., next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages for funerals, $3. Carriages for operas,
parties, itc, at the lowest rates. All new car
riages. Telephone communication. myl-ll-Tra
pEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN 1SCI
ASSETS ' . $9J07L69833.
Insurance. Co. of 2Torth A.mertca.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-D
WESTERN INSVR2NCE CO.
NO. 411 WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER Nf MICK President.
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President.
fe22-26-TTS WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
T ADIES SHOULD INVESTIGATE
Due, Helta's Frencl Tailor Mem
of dress cutting. The only system in America
tnat cuts me worm oias aart, ironr, oack,
sleeves and skirts, without reQtting. Lessons
not limited. School open da; and evening
Mt PENN AVENUE. ap21
MANUFACTURERS AND MERCHANTS
INS. CO., 117 Wood street, Plttsbnrg. Pa.
CaDital 250,000 00
Assets January 1,1889 363,74580
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
Thompson. Wm. T. Adair, Secretary; Jas.
Little, Assistant Secretary; August Ammon.
General Agent. ja22-48-TTS
Some Extra Good Bargains in Every Department
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Our gales in this department this season bo far liaye bren the largest in our experience deservedly so, as our stock is complete, embracing'
the latest novelties in all brancheatnd our prices are right. Vc have everything desirable in Straw Hats and Bonnets. The largest lines of Trimmings to select liom in Ribbons,
Flowers of all kinds in Buds, RdRS, "Wreaths, Sprays, efe. Gauzes, Nets, Laces, Ornament!, etc. Large assortment Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, got up by expert trimmers and
added daily. We make no charge for trimming Hats and Bonnets, bought of us. Misses' Hats, trimmed and untrimmed. Lace Caps for Infants, in gcfjit variety, at lowest prices.
Visitors to our millinery display are cordially welcomed.
CLOAK ROOM Immense line of Jerseys in black from 37o up. Braided, smocked and pleated in black, colored and cream. Misses' Jerseys, Ladies' and Misses'
Blouses and Waists just the thing for the season. Embroidered Shawls, Capes and Fichus. Beaded Capes, ?3 50 to $20. Some elegant things and special values, $8 to $12, In
fants' long and short Cloaks. Cashmere and Silk Wraps, beaded and lace-trimmed. In Suits we have a'grand display. All-Wool Cloth Suits, braided panels, only $9. Silk
Suits, bleck and colored, at low prices. Special lines Misses' and Children's Suits and Drssses.
LACE CURTAINS Another large direct impottation, prices ranging from 5Ce to $20 a pair. Choice new designs and rare values, $1, $1 S0,t2, $2 25, $3 and $3 CO a. pair.
These are undoubtedly the best bargains we have yet offered New Curtain Laces, by the yard, 12Vc np. Curtain Scrims from Sc up, white and colored. Heavy Curtains and
Portieres, handsome patterns. Turcoman and Chenille, $3 50 a pair np. Tapestries, Fringes, Curtain Poles and Chains at low prices.
CARPETS Our stock is kept full, notwithstanding our heavy sales. New colorings and patterns from the best- mills. Body Brussels, 75c, 80c, ?1 and up. Tapestry Brus
sels, special valnes at 50c, 65c and 75c. Ingrains, Hall and Stair Carpets, Mattings, Rugs and Mats of all kinds. Oil Cloths, all widths. It will please you to inspect this.stock;
GLOVES AND HOSIERY The largest stock of Silk, Taffeta, Lisle Thread and Kid Gloves shown anywhere. Our 5-hooked Real Kid Gloves, at 51, are sold elsewhere at
$1 25. Best values in a 50c and 75c Kid ever shown, in all the new Fpring colors and black. Superior lines of fancy striped and plain colored Hose, and the fast black, onyx
and cable dye, 25c np just as fast at 25o as at Jl.
PARASOLS Immense variety, colored and black. "La Tosca" handles, long handles, short handles in fact everything new. Sun. Shades and Umbrellas. The
Gloria Silk', gold mounted and natural sticks. Gold mounted handles, $1 up. See these.
. STTiK STOCK Some special bargains in Black Surahs, 75c, 87c and $1. 24-inch Black Gros Grain, $1 and $1 25, Satin Rhadames, Merveilleaux, Bartbeas and fancy
weaves at 874e and 51. - .. v.
DRESS GOODS Daily additions. Latest productions in Black and Colored Fabrics. Staple and fancy weaves at close prices. - V
"Samples sent on request, Mail orders promptly executed. ' - '
. -BY OUR
Antiquity has given its a
precious relic in a .beautifully
carved ebony chair, now in the
British Museum. It was
Queen Hatafu's throne chair,
who lived about 1,600 years
The modern wonder as to
Chairs is their endless variety
and adaptation to the special
use of the
Dining Room, Hall,
Piazza, Lawn, Etc.
We illustrate some selec
tions from our own stock.
arm chair, up
best quality of
ured plush, is
'able in form
i..auu aypi orn
ate ior me
$12 00. ryt Clubroom
and Hotel Reading Room.
sents one of
ers, with side
ble for the
$r .75. We have it
in a variety of colors and fin
ish, corresponding with our
new suits of Chamber Fur
niture, such as Antique Oak,
Natural Cherry, White and
Gold, Mahogany and White,
Oak and White. Price, $175.
Our assortment of Piazza
Chairs is now fulJ, including
double-woven Cane Seat
Rockers, from $1 25 up.
settee i n
or oak. fin
ish, is com-
A &J $3 00. fo.rtaTble,
4 ft., $2 50. durable,
portable, compact for winter
storage, and at very moderate
' & CO.,
33 FIFTH AVEttUE.
JAS. MNEIL & BRO.,
BOILERS, PLATE AND SHEET-IRON
PATENT SHEET IRON ANNEALING
With an Increased capacity and hydraullo
machinery we are prepared to furnish all work
in our line cheaper and better than by the old
methods. Repairing and general machine
work. Twenty-ninth street and Allegheny Val
ley Railroad. fe5-56-TT3
O. D. LEVIS. Solicitor of Patents.
131 Fifth avenue, above Smithfield, next Leader
office. (No delay.) Established 20 years,
H&Wu ' I
At -tttj 1 ii JSf
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You can do your favorite news
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a goodtum! You -can do yourself
a good turn! if you will only take
the trouble to cut out this adver
tisement and bring it with you when
you buy. It will entitle you to a
souvenir. Some person, feeling a
certain delicacy about accepting a
present, may hesitate to bring the
newspaper slips, but -we assure you
that we, hot you, are the ones un
der obligation. As frequently ex
plained, we are trying to learn
which papers are'of themost benefit
to us, and if you will assist us in
acquiring this information, you
make us "your debtor.
To-day our display of Millinery,
both trimmed and untrimmed, 'will
be something extraordinary. Don't
miss it, if you have an eye for the
beautiful. NO CHARGE FOB.
TRIMMING if materials are pur
The souvenirs are now on exhi
bition in our show windows.
A complete list of the souvenirs
will be mailed -free of charge to
any address. Write for it.
HEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506 and 508 Market st.
P. S. Watch for our Rosebud
B y a thorough knowledge of the natnrallaws
which govern the operations of digestion and
nntrition,and andby a careful application of the
fine properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epos
has provided our breakfast tables with a deli
cately flavored beverage which may save us
many heavy doctors' bills. Itlsbythe judicious
use of such articles of diet that a constitution
may be gradually built up until strong enough
to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds
of subtle maladies are floating around us ready
to attack wherever there is a weak point. Wo
may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping our
selves well fortified with pure blood and a prop
erly nourished frame." Civil Service Qazette.
Made simply with boilingwater or milk. Hold
only In half pound tins by Grocers, labeled thus:
ht FnneJ?, Pn Homoeopathic.Chemists,
Ja&.CUUo&UU. London. England.
ELIXIR OF OPIUM
Is a preparation of the Drue bywhlch its la
jarloas effects are remoTed. while tbe valuable
medicinal properties are retained. I possesses
all the sedative, anodyne, and antispasmodic
powers of Opium, bat produces no sickness of
the stomach, no vomiting, no costive ness, so
headache. Inacnte nervous disorder s it is an
Invaluable remedy, and is recommended by tho
I E, FERRETT, Agent,
372 Pearl SI., New York.
The finest Meat-Flavoring Stock.
FXTRACT OF DeAT.
USE XT FOR S0UF8
Beef Tea, Sauces and Made Dlshea
Genuine only with fac-slmilo of
Justus von Liebig's
SIGNATURE IN BLUE INK
Bold by Storekeepers, Grocers and Druggists.
LIEBIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT CO.. Lim
ited, London. 731 -066-3 I
A REMARKABLE STffliEE
Mrs. Dunlaij's Strange Story
Snatched From a Fate Worse,
" fTban Death "by Dr.
Smith, the Mag
cian, AT 602 PENN AVENUE,.
Mrs. Robert Dnaian, who resides .at Mount
Pleasant. Pa, has been, great sufferer for the
past six years. Upward of six years ao she
began o suffer from constipation, which was
accompanied by pain in the small of the back,
which extended to tbe head and eyes. She
complained of a pain In tbe eyeballs which
was aggravated by moving the eyes. When
ever she was obliged to be on her feet for any
length of time she was tormented with, a drag
ging seasatIon4brough her bips and most dis
tressing pain In the lower partf the bowels.
Six months from tbe beginning of her suffer
ings she began to be annoyed with piles. At
each movement of the bowels pile tumors came
down which bad to be replaced. As the months
and years went by her sufferings increased un
til life became a burden to her. She had x
hansted the kUl of several physicians and had
Fbecome thoroughly discouraged. She suffered
severely from hemorrhaged the Dowels, wnicn
wasaimost a dally occurrence. Mrs. Sunlap be
came xtrtmely nervous, 'and tho dread and
fear of the suffering that she knew she must
pass through daUy constantly taunted her.
Added to the terrible suffering produced by
the piles was the torture caused by displace
ment of the womb. -which doubly increased her
agony; sho had great pain on top, throueh the
fore part of the head, attended by a bearing
down sensation, with pain through the limbs
and bacK, 'accompanied by a general lassitude
or weakness. About six weeks ago aha saw a
notice in one of tbe daily papers of the re
markable cures that are being made by Dr.
Smith, the magnetic physician at 503 Penn ave
nue, and decided to consult him. She did so
a&d began treatment &t once, and to-day Mrs.
Dunlapis enjoying good health. She was en
tirely cored of piles and of female weakness in
Dr. Smith cures all forms of female com
plaints without the use of instruments or ex
posure of the person; he also cures ruptures or
hernia, piles, fistula or fissure without the use
of tbe knife, -detention from business or pain to
the patient. All chronic diseases are enred by
Dr. Smith. Rheumatism, neuralgia, fits, stam
mering, dropsy, perrons debility, .no mat
ter from -what cause, kidney troubles,
scrofula, skin diseases, blindness, deafness,
constipation, dyspepsia, paralysis, varicose ul
oers and iveins, weakness and irritation of the
serves st the brain, sleeplessness, heart dis
ease, diseasei .of the .blood of every description,
and all lands of tumors. He cures cancer in
less time and with less pain than by any other
method. Dr. Smith also performs all surgical
operations. He is located at 602 Penn avenue,
and may be consulted free-of charge from 8 A.
,tt.to7E.M. .He will cure you after ail other
Largest line, greatest variety and lowest
prices of aiTT house in -the-city, from 25c up to
Jl in cotton.- Lisle Thread from SOc to SI 25 a
pair, the abitre lines comprising light, .medium
and hea rj w efghts. 9
A J3K TO SEE OTJB
81 Black .Silk Stocking for 75o
THi3 .BEST .26c
Balbriggan fee far ladies
That was ever sold atr he price. These :haTe
been selling at 35o ajair.rlght.alQDg.
Full Line of Mta's
imii oiii mm.
Very large assortment p.teta with plaiaand
double knee, ribbed with plain and double
knee, one-aod-one-rib and & even-and-one-rib,
We have lust received another .lot of -those
Ladles Ribbed Balbrigi?tMi Draw
ers,llght weight,only 7So apair.
ALSO THOSE V-SHAFED LE VESTS
at 85c each, or three for Jl, in wbitend pink.
Judging from the former sale on tbse num
bers, tbey won't be with us long.
The Best 25o Bibbed Balbi!dggan
Vest in the City.
Ladies' Short or Knee Balbrigtgan
Real French Goods, only 79c a pair.
Ladies' and (Dhildren's Underwear"
Of every description, all kinds, weights and
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH AVENUE.
U Seventh avenne,
Telephone IMi ie5-n60-TT
hi Black Hosiery,
PA - ,..,
H E Y. T
A WORD WITH YOU, SIR!
Are You Looking
as well as Lowest Prices. If you
are don't on any account miss
buying your Spring Suit at
About what you think you'd like in the way of a spring Suit. No need
to waste time thinking about it if you'll come in now and see our Suit
counters, piled higher than yon can reach faith everythingbat's new and
everything that's stylish; you'll "decide the matter very quickly, especially
when you get our irresistibly low prices.
V Our 5, $6, $7,
Are popular -withi the working classes, because these prices are such as
any man call afford to pay. Low as these figures are, the suits are ia
all patterns, shades and colors and you have thousands of suits to
V Our $12, 15, $16 and S18 Suits V
are marvels for the money. You have choice from suits in first-class -.
domestic and imported Cassimeres, Corkscrews, Cheviots, Whipcords,
Worsteds, Diagonals, etc., in handsome and stylish broken plaids, stripes,
checks, mixtures, etc. Each suit is trimmed, made and finished in an
elegant manner and are honestly worth from 3 to $7 more money. We
know they cannot be duplicated outside our storeunder from $15 to $25.
All thafs new in Boys' Clothing will be found on exhibition this week at
our store. If you're interested in Boys' Clothing; if you're in quest of
the beautiful, the stylish, the durable, the cheap, call this week and see
what we can how you. Any fashionable style, any reliable quality, any
price, .in Jong or short-pant suits, kilt suits or single pants. Name it and
we'll .show it.
.SAILOR SUITS at $3, $3 50 and $4.
iSizes 4 to io years. Every suit elegantly made and trimmed. "
JERSEY SUITS at $2 25, $3 and $4.
I'm the popular Ulue color; sizes 3 to 7.
ONE-PIEOE'KILTSUITS at $2, $3 and $4
In plains, checks, stripes and plain colors. See them.
TW'O-PIECE KILT SUITS at $3 50, $4 and $6.
Light, .gay colors, lovely mixtures, checks, broken plaids, stylish stripes.
JOtpSBPANT SUITS at $3, $4 and $5.
Sizes 4 to ?A- Belt suits in fancy Plaids, Cheviots and striped Cassi
meres) of desirable .materials and well made.
LONG-PANT SUITS at $5, $6 and $8.
Best of ma'Jerials, latest styles; cut as carefully as any Man's suit; made
and trimme beautifully.
OUR MAM310TH HAT DEPARTMENT
Leads' 'em all fiV Dest gods anc ow prices. Lots of sales and little
profit keep this ..department humming right along. Splendid qualities
SILK HATS from $3 50 to $7.
Men's spring .Derbys, latest shapes and styles, in black and' light
- , UTom 8C to $3 24.
' We can afford to sell cheaper than other cflikeeras," as- we bay, i
lareer Quantities, cash1, down; that's where we naiFb'areains every time
and that's how we g'ive everybody
A beautiful FortfoIiorpre3ented
. tTTVVQ. "BV He ATT. PPnitfUTTV ATTT7WrWTV TVV 4';
nilOIV'O GRAKD BARGAIN STOi,
for Good Quality f
PUZZLE YOUR ORIS
$8 and $10 Suits X:
. . -a
the benefit of best goods at lowwfcfjj
with every purchase this week of JiM
P to 400 Market, jtr
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