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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JUNE 30, 1889. . -
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fijTTheir Fight for Wages That They
Can Lire on Without Having to
OUT AN EXISTENCE BY TIPS.
The Force of Habit Causes a Giant to Make
Some Very Funny Breaks.
" GEO. ST1EK EOOES BARXU11 IN LONDON
tBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.:
LoxDOS, June 29. Copyright Tour
Liverpool correspondent writes that it looks
to-day as if the great strike of seafaring men
is about to end in favor of the employers.
This strike is of international interest
References in the news colnmns of The
DisrATCH to delays in crossing the At
lantic due to green hands in the furnace
rooms of steamships have given a hint of the
trouble, but it has been more considerable
than any strike that has ever been or
ganized in the trans-Atlantic service be
fore. Passengers coming over on ships now
in Liverpool, or who have just sailed for
New York, like the Alaska, Britannic and
City of Paris, have had sailors and stewards
tell them all about it, for every employe on
every ship has his mind full of it
All the employes of the great steamship
lines except the officers are concerned in the
strike. "Wretchedly paid for years, and
SUBSIDING S1AIKLT OJT TIPS
they get from passengers, the stewards have
at last arisen against their bosses and have
become spokesmen to the passengers, not
only for themselves, but for the stokers and
tailors who have no means to reach the pub
lic ear. They all make common cause
against the companies, which are also
On one side are 5,000 men organized like
militia, and marching through the streets of
Liverpool to the music of bands, while on
the other side the steamship companies are
using the old Cunard steamer Atlas as a
receiving ship in which to put those men
who do not care to risk their living by join
ing the new union. Such men are not al
lowed to land when their ships come in from
ifewYork, but are taken on tugs to the
Atlas, lying, in the Mersey, so that they
may not be approached by the strikers
these include sailors, stewards and stokers.
The Atlas has harbored so many of these
prudent men that after the sailing of the
City of Paris, the Britannic and other ships
last 'Wednesday there was still left on board
of her 300 men more than had been needed.
That is why it is predicted that
THE USIOX -WITiXi BE DEFEATED.
The men say that they have been out
witted. However, they claim that the force
on board of the Atlas is recruited from
the Liverpool slums and from a raft of
Scandinavians that the companies found out
ot work in Liverpool.
The greatest victory of the strikers
has been in securing the sym
pathy and co-operation of "the
royal naval reserve. This is a body of men
who have served their seven years in the
naval service and are now paid two
pence or threepence a day, as retired men,
subject to call to naval duty in case of war,
to make a living. Some are coasting
guards, some are fishermen, and some are
working as sailors,stokers or stewards on big
KewYork steamships. They know what
it is to work under the universal rule which
gives a man pay enough to buy his clothes
and then makes him dependent on the pub
lic to cet his livintr out of tins. But all are
almost certain to fall together. New unions
seldom win their first fights.
It is to the credit of these strikers that
they have kept order throughout their
demonstrations. They have to fight rich
companies and a spirit of conservatism
wmen is as solid aa the Umneseirall. Per
haps in time to come they will get what
they ask. If they break up or even lessen
the outrageous nuisance of "tipping" on
ocean steamships they will at least earn the
blessings of our countrymen.
THE STBIKE OK Ef GLASGOW.
Your Glasgow correspondent telegraphs
that the strike is still in force, there also.
The attitude of the men is still embodied in
the phrase, "No Surrender." The firemen
are particularly firm and pretend to be
hopelul, though their leaders publicly ad
vised them to-day to accept the terms of
their employers. This was after the Anchor
line boat Furnessia had been delayed more
than a week through the inability of the.
company to get men to load the vessel.
The strike in Glasgow reminded one of re
cent car strikes in New York, so perfectly
was it organized, with meeting halls, head
quarters, pickets.ctc Yourcorrespondentsaw
at least 10,000 men gathered aroundacart, in
which their speakers were talking. But the
importation ot men from other parts of the
kingdom by the employers union has
broken the backbone ot the strike. The men
must lose this rime.
Another and an entirely bigger thing is
the strike of the riveters on the Clyde.
Many of the shipyards where the most fa
mous ocean racershave been built are semi
paralyzed by this strike, and the end of this
uprising cannot yet be told, though appear
ances indicate that the riveters will gain at
least a part of the increase in pay they are
the performance, but the bracelet had to be
made specially, which presumably explains
the delay. It bears the inscription: "To
Ellen Terry, from Alexandria, Princess of
Something That Will Deodorize Water.
ET CABLE TO TIIE DISPATCH. 1
Loudou, June 29. There is something
else beside romance associated with the
Thames in the minds of Londoners, and
that is filth. By a chemist employed by
Council, London has at last discovered a
compound which kills the odor of the river
without destroying the living organisms
that feed upon the sewage in the water,
and to a certain extent overcome its noxious
THEIE IACHT WAS SUNK,
But the Fainter Brother and Their En-
Rlnccr Were All Rescued.
About 5 o'clock last evening Charles and
Ed Painter, accompanied by their engineer,
started out for a ride in their pleasure
yacht Emahne. The party had proceeded
down the Allegheny river, and, opposite
the foot of Third street they attempted to
make a short turn. A towboat was making
its way down the river, and one of the
waves struck the yacht, overturning and-
dumping the occupants into the river.
The little tugboat Dart haopened to be in
the vicinity, went to the rescue, and the
three men were saved. The yacht sank to the
bottom, and last night a cfaneboat was at
work trying to get it up. As all the occu
pants of the yacht were expert swimmers,
there was no particular danger oi their be
BOBSFOKD'S ACID PHOSPHATE
It relieves the prostration and nervous derangement
Gusky's corner show window Market
street and Fourth avenue will on Tuesday
present a rare sight. There will be
exhibited President Harrison and his
Cabinet, composed of costly wax figures.
Look out for it it will be a great sight
Fourth of July Excursions.
The Baltimore and Ohio Bailroad will
sell excursion tickets east of Pittsburg on
July 2, 3 and 4, good to return on the 8th,
inclusive; and west of Pittsburg on the 3d
and 4th, good to return on the 5th, inclusive.
You will please to 'remember that
Gusky's store will keep open on "Wednesday
evening till 9 P. it, and close on .Thursday
at 12 o'clock noon.
LIKELI TO SEND 1,500.
The Number From ThU Section to Attend the
Stnte Jr. O. D. A. 91.
A meeting of the General Committee of
the Jr. O. TJ, A. M. who have charge of the
affairs in this end of the State for the State
parade at Harrisburg, was held last night
at Moorhead Hall. The Committee on
Transportation reported having secured
rates of 4 95 ior the round trip. Tickets
will be good for six days, from Monday, the
15th, to the Saturday following.
The reports show that about 1,500 mem
bers from this end of the State will be present.
Just received from the Anheuser-Busch
St. Louis brewerv. a Iaree supply of their
celebrated Budweiser beer, in both quarts
and pints. For sale at G. W. Schmidt's,
Nos. 95 and 97 Fifth avenue, city.
Case of ladies' gauze vests at 12lc each;
also gentlemen's and children's summer un
derwear, closing out cheap at H. J.
Lynch's, 438 and 440 Market street ThFSu
His Ids tie list
jo.jl cps UKJ.
Antique Arm Rocker,
CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS'
HATS AND BONNETS.
All the new and pretty things in this line to
be found here, hand and machine made, from
25c to S! 5a
Soys' Blouse and Silt Suits
In linen, P. K. and light-weight dotlL All the
new and nobby styles. Prices to suit all.
NURSES' APRONS, EXTRA QUALITY,
At reduced prices,
anu scolloped, tucked
Embroidered polka dots
ODCd. tucked and nlain
hems, 25c, 40c,50c. 65c, 85c, JL They
are certainly very
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
jFrank Drzewsszawskl Pittsburg
) Leonard! lirzoiowsta I'lttsburx
( Peter Sinewa 1'IttslmrK
Eliza Hell Pittsburg
I William Crawford Pittsburg
( Rose Hcrron.....' Pltttburg
I George 'Waechter..... Allegheny
1 Mary Owens .-.Allegheny
jBemonst Dresser Pittsburg
(Clara a. Worcester.
l?ftW1 T? IlJlB.
NATURAL GAS FREE
la a City Suburb Go To-morrow and Hear
a Gas Roarer Blown Off.
Grapeville, or East Jeannette, adjoins the
town of Jeannette on the P. B. K., 27 miles
or 50 minutes' ride from the Union station.
The rapid rise of the city of Jeannette from
a barren tract ot land 10 months ago to a
city of 2.500 inhabitants to-day is well
known, and can be attributed only to the
fact that it is in the greatest natural gas pro
ducing region in the world, and on the best
line ot railroad in the country. Grapevine
is j ust three-tenths'of a mile'Cast of Jeannette,
and as well located in every respect The
Specialty Glass Company, ot Bast Liverpool,
Ohio, is building and will complete in
August a large works, two minutes walk
from the Grapeville station, which will
employ when completed, 350 people.
A large carriage manufactory is about
locating, and a mammoth Pottery Company
is negotiating lor a site. Maxwell, Steven
sou & Co., of Philadelphia, are about to
commence the erection of a large bottle
factory. Every indication points to the set
tlement of some large manufacturing plant
on each available site in that neighborhood
within the next 60 days. Land of every de
scription is daily changing hands at ad
vanced prices. Manufacturers are seeking
the great advantages ot that location be
cause the gas wells are the strongest, and
have shown the greatest "staying qualities,"
there being no doubt in the minds of ex-
Iierts that gas will be plentiful there for at
east a quarter of a century.
xne specialty mass Uompany has laid
e boron eh
(Jennie 8. Canon..... Pittsburg
I Bdwarrt iltlbert BcltzhooYcr borough
Charlotte Jones ; ,. Pittsburg
( Peter Poelch'er Pittsburg
(Theresa Uanneg Pittsburg
(A. W. Hamraarstrom Pittsburg
J Matilda K. Joliansen Pittsburg
( John Sommer. Pittsburg
iHarbara Hoffmann, Pittsburg
JMary Zdlnak Pittsburg
5 Charles Edgln ton Pittsburg
; Ellen Lund Pittsburg
( Emanuel Byurstrom Pittsburg
(Maria Almgren..... Pittsburg
J Louis btelb Green Tree borough
I Margaret Kyan Plttsbnrg
( John Flsch . East Decrtownshlp
( Estella Morrison Pittsburg
Benjamin Kclscy Pittsburg
(Mary tt right MantflelC
ALL LAIN GOODS.
Chairs, Rockers and Settees,
Will be closed out at' a heavy discount from
former prices. Get your orders in before
P. C. Schoeneck,
711 LIBERTY ST.
out 105 lots, each 40 by 100 feet, beautifull
less than two minutes' walk from Grane-
JONESJEFKRIES-At Canton, O., Tues
day, June 25, 1889, J. B. Jones, ot Allegheny, to
Jennie E. Jeffries, of Canton, O.
" WILLIAMS TIFFANY On June 28, 18S9,
at the bride's home, Geneva, Fa., by Rev. S. A.
Dean, Chabi.es H. Williams, of Allegheny
City, to Claudia B. Tiffany.
GURLEV FRIDAY Tnesday.June 25. 1889,
Frank W. Gurlet, of Ebensbnrc, and Miss
Rose Friday, of this city, by the Rev. Father
Keane, at the Church of the Sacred Heart,
located ou the north side of the railroai
seenred a well
class companr has
will supply sufficient
gas for 50 large factories, and proposes to
give wim eacn lot soio. a guarantee to lur-
THE P0KCB OF HABIT
Causes a Die Englishman to Stake
Very Fanny Brraks.
TBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.!
LojfDON, June 29. All Englishmen who
travel on the Great "Western Railway are
concerned to hear of the death of John Gibbs
Porter at Slough, who had become almost a
national character. He was a giant in size,
and had a tremendous voice, so that the per
son who saw and heard him once never for
pot him. He was once promoted to a station
at Heading, but he had been so long at his
former place that he couldn't ret out of the
Jiabit of shouting: "Slough! "Change here
for "Windsorl" and was compelled to go
back to the old station. It is stated that
when asked the name of one of Lis children
at the baptismal font, he responded:
'Slough! Change here for Windsor," and it
is a fact that he once shouted his slogan in
stentorion tones while asleep in church.
BAENUH TO SHOW IN LONDON.
nish gas, lighting and heating, free of cost
to all houses built within one year from date
Arrangements are being made to have
houses built for purchasers of lots, which
may be paid for in small monthly payments.
The saving to each householder of the cost
of light and heat will p3y for a lot in from
five to seven years, as it is proposed to fur
nish them free gas as long as the company
is able to produce it on its own lands, which
will undoubtedly be for a great many years.
This is an opportunity for workingroen,
merchants and caDitalists. Workinpmen
will find employment, merchants will haveM
business, and capitalists may build and sell
their houses on time at a profit, or rent the
same. The gift of free gas will be a gain of
from 2 to 5 per cent on investments. Gro
cers, butchers, bakers, plumbers and other
tradesmen will be wanted by August 15 to
supply the community that will be settled
there by that date. A hotel or large board
ing house is wanted to take care of the sin
gle men, of which a large number is em
ployed. Terms One-third cash, balance in one and
Water will-be run through the streets by
the Westmoreland Water Company, anfl
supplied at city rates. As a speculative in
vestment inquire into the valuesat Jeannette
six months ago, and to-day you will find
that they have doubled, trebled and in
The sale will take place Monday, July 1,
at 230 p. m., on the ground. Take a train"
at li a. m., iao or l p. m., for either Jean
nette or Grapeville.
How to Win n Wife.
Don't hesitate, but go at once to Gusky's
and secure one of those magnificent 15
suits they are selling before the Fourth,
and depend you'll have an engagement in
quick order. "
SI Until September 181.
Cabinets, 51 per dozpn of children, at
Aufrecht's Elite Gallery, 616 Market street,
Pittsburg. Elevator. Come early, rain or
CRAFT On Friday, Juno 28. 18S3, at 2:10
p. m., Frank Harry, twin son of Frank and
Ella Craft, aged 1 year and 3 weeks.
Funeral services at No. 26 Faulkner street
Allegheny, on SUNDAY at 2 P. M.
Marietta papers please copy.
GALLAGHER Thursday, June 27, at 9U0
p. il, Stjsan, relict of Thomas Gallagher, aged
Funeral from her late residence. No. 110 Tag
gart street, Allegheny. SUNDAY at 3 o'clock p.
M. Friends are respectfully invited to at
MAGLE On Saturday, June 29, 1889, at 6.30
p. M., Mrs. Christina M widow of the late
Jacob Magle, in the 00th year of her age.
Funeral from her late residence, 115 Thir
teenth street Southside, on Monday at 2 p. v.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
McCLEERY At her residence. Frankstown
avenue. Twentr-flrst ward, Friday, June 28,
1889, Mary H., relict ofJWuIiam McCleery.
Funeral services at 3 p. M. to-day. Inter
ment private Monday 'morning.
McCULLY Suddenly, on June 28, at Brook
ville. Pa.. Frank D. McCULLY. aced 23 years
5 months 3 days.
Funeral from the residence of bis parents, 45
Gum street Monday, July 1, at 10.30 a. m. 2
McKENNAN On Saturday. June 29.3889, at
220 o'clock p. m., John T. McKennan, m the
59th year of his age.
Funeral services at bis late residence. Wal
nut street, on Sunday afternoon at 5
o'clock. Interment at Washington, Fa., on ar
rival of 9:35 a. 1L train Monday, July 1.
NASER On Saturday evenlntr. June 29. 1883.
at 7:45 o'clock, Elizabeth, relict of the late
John Naser, Sr., aged 80 years.
Funeral on Tuesday afternoon at 2
o'clock, from her late residence. No. 167 Forty
first street Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. 3
SCOTT On Saturday morning, June 29, at
11:45, Elmer, youngest son of Albert W. aud
Ella M. SCott, aged 3 months.
Funeral from residence of parents. No. 22
Sarah street Allegheny, on Monday after
noon, at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family are
respectfully invitedto attend. 2
SAUXER On Saturday, June 29, 18S9, at 150
p. h., Barbara, wife of Gottfred Sauter, in
the 61th year of her age.
Funeral from her late residence, Shalcr
township, on Monday afternoon at 2
SCHRIVER Friday. June 28. 1889, at 130
p. M.. Walter Lee. only child of John F. and
Sarah Schriver, aged 8 months and 5 days.
Funeral services at the residence of the par
eut, 165 Rebecca street Allegheny, Sabbath
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of tho fam-
ilyare respectfully invited to attend. Inter
ment private. 2
SrUART-On Friday. June 28, 18S9, at 2.30 P.
jl, Mary Stuart, in the 4Dth year of, her age.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend the funeral from the residence of her
husband, 333 Lincoln avenue. East "End, on
Monday, July 1, at 2 r. m. 3
WATSON At Massillon, O., Saturday, June
29, at 630 p. k.. Dr. Joseph Watson, father
of Mr. Mark W. Watson. 2
Display is one that Gives Buyers
every Opportunity to be Pleased.
It is at Present the Floiver Spot
of this Vast House, for now is the
time when you make the most use
Tlie Price Shall not Stand in the
vfay, neither will you find the
Goods of any Other Grade than
Simply Good. A. few Facts for
those who Lose no Time in
Looking tij a Profit.
We quote Ladies' Ox
fords from 75 Cents to $1.
Finer Grades at Slight
Advances in Proportion.
NOTE. For the Accommoda
tion of the Many who 'Leave
Early on the 4th Our Touse will
be Open WEDNESDAY NIGHT
Until 9 P. M. Closed ALL DA Y
on the 4th.
430-436 MARKET ST.
916 Braddock Avenue, BRADDOCK.
SPECIAL UNE OF EXTRA FINE WHTTiS
DRESSES, AGES L 2, 3,
To be closed at half-price. Now is the time to
buy. GENUINn! nice fine goods (such as aro
only to be found here) at bargain prices.
New Waists and Blouses
In Madras. Cheviot Flannel and Silk: from
SI 59 to St 25.
All Departments full of bargains.
Jt, 6, CAMPBELL & SONS,
710 PENN AVENUE. 710
Between Seventh and Eighth sts.
Too much Light Weight and Hot
Weather Clothing on our tables.
We have determined to get rid of
it before the season closes, and if
selling it depends on low prices, it
is bound to go. Quality as good as
ever fashioning the best and new
est, but prices one-fourth to one
third less now than a month ago.
All sizes included in this sale.
Lowest prices on the newest
styles of Light-colored Derbys and
True Tailor System
Will do what I claim, I will for
the next ten days cut perfect fitting
patterns to order.
P. C. PERKINS,
STRASSBURGER & JOSEPH,
Tailors, Clothiers ana Hatters,
161, 163 Federal St., Allegheny.
lie, Kelloi's Frencli Tailor System
of dress cutting. The only system in America
that cuts the Worth bias dart; It consists
of a tailor's wooden square, wooden dart and
sleeve rule and scales, the same as best merch
ant tailors use, and a 40-page Instruction book.
System and thorough instrnctlon in cutting
and basting. $10. Call for circulars or address
M. A DAVIS, 6tl Penn ave. myl4-WFSu
LADIES. BEFORE GOING TO THE SEA
SHORE call and see my new natnral curl
skeleton Bangs: something delightful, cool and
styiisn; ajgo imi line oi new cootts; electric
combs, hairpins, curling irons, etc. ilARIE
LANDERS, Hugus & Hacke building.upstairs.
J.3KU operuer's elevator.
Bojsl Bora!! BotiH!
Jlind you get your mother to take you to
Gusky's to get one of those nobby, fire
cracker cannons they are beauties,
Wm. J Fkiday's Marie cigars are very
fine;3ior20c 633 Smithfield st -vrsu
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold fc Co., Lira.,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1131 Fenn avenue. Tele
phone connection. myl0-K)-MWFSa
George O. Starr Finally Signs Contract! for
the Moral Circus to Show In Oljmpia.
fBT CABLE TO Till DISPATCH. I
London, June 29. At last the original
and onlyBarnum is to bring his great moral
show to London. To-day contracts were
signed by George O. Starr, as agent for
Barnum & Bailey, whereby their circus Is
to appear in Olympia next October. Olvm
- pia is the largest hall in the metropolis.' It
is situated in West Kensington, the fash
able part of London, and is three times the
size of Madison Square jGarden, with seat-
ing capacity for 15,000 people. The circus
- will not be taken anywhere else in England.
Mr. Starr, who hasbeen chafing over regal
delays in London for three weeks, started
to-night for Southampton with the contracts
in -his pocket to take, the Eider for New
PiKEworks, crackers, torpedoes; finest
assortment; low prices.
J. H. Johnston, 706 Smithfield st
-, A PBESENT FK0JI WALES WIFE.
Ellen Terry Made the Recipient of Another
IBT CABLE TO TUB DISPATCH.'!
iLONDON, June 29. Ellen Terry has re
ceived another gift to add to the big collec
tion ofitokens of royal favor of which she is
the proud possessor. The Princes or Wales
witnessed on Wednesday, for the fourth
time, the fine performance of "Macbeth" at
the Lyceum, and afterward presented Miss
Terry with a bracelet set in diamonds as a
souvenir of the famous performance at
wring received flu present the car alter
JAMES M. FULLERTON,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Street.
JOHN L. TRESXER fc CO.,
i'uneral Directors and Embalmers, Livery
and Boarding Stables. Nos. 378 and 380
Beaver ave. Residence. 6S1 Preble
ave., Allegheny City.
Telephone 3116. mh23-3irhsu
BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
SOME BABE BARGAINS.
5-ft curtain poles, brass trimmings, 21c
Pillow-sham holders, only3Sc
Croquet sets, only 75c
Mexican hammocks, only $1 25.
nWSa'ff 75c S1 " S1
Gladstone bags. Si 25. $1 39, $1 50, $1 69. $1 89.
g, 52 25, 82 39, 82 50, J2 69, 82 75, S2 S9. 53,83 25,
Ladres' hand bags, 69c, 75c and JL
Lunch baskets. 19c 25c 38c, 50c 63c 69c, 75c.
Shopping baskets. 60c 63c 75c 89c 95c .
Market baskets, 50c 63c, 75c 89c, SI, 81 25.
Table mats. 6 in set. 50c. 75c, 95c, 81..
Fans, worth 25. ofilv 10c
Silk-plush albums, only 69c
Silver plated dinner knives, only 10c
Silver plated table spoons and forks, only 10c
6-bottIe silver plated castor, only 81.
Silver plated butter dish, only 81.
Silver plated pickle castor, only SI.
56 pieces, decorated tea set, only 82 89. .
112 pieces, decorated dinner set, only S8 60.
12 pieces, decorated toilet set with jar, only St
10 pieces, decorated toilet set, only S2 25.
Dinner plates, only 5c
Cups and saucers, only 5c '
Putz pomade for cleaning brass and silver, 6c
Sponges, 5c 10c and 15c
Boys' toy sailboats, 15c, 25c 60c and SI.
Boyt' 4-whecl wagons, S9c, 50c, 05c to S2 50.
Boys' iron velocipedes, from S3 25 to 86.
Sl50 tricycles, upholstered, S3 75 to
Children's high chairs, onlv 60c
Black walnut tables, only $1
Bras3 bird cages, 60c "5c 8c, 81.
We carry the largest line of house furnishlne
... .-,, UIO iuuw umereni articles
on our5c and 10c counters.
Goods delivered In any part of tho city free.
' In order to settle the estate of J. P. Smith,
deceased, we will
Our entire stock of Lamps, Chandeliers, Glass--ware,
.Household China, Bric-a-Brac, Clocks,
Pedestals, Gas Fixtures, Fancy Goods, etc., at a
Everything must be sold. Former and pres
ent prices marked in plain figures on each
WE ARE NOT
" SUCH FOOLS
as to spend thousands of
dollars advertising bar
gains, and then when the
public comes show only
ordinary goods a ordi
nary prices, thus destroy
ing faith in the truth of
our advertisements for all
time. We are working
for the future, as well as
for the present. We have
never cried wolf when
there was no wolf, hence
we are entitled to your
attention when we an
This is our first stock
taking since the opening
of our new stores, and
this will be Clearance
Sale, Remnant Sale,
Stock-taking Sale all '
combined in one.
OUR PRICES WILL
nil k Co.,
The J. P. Smith Lamp, Glass and China Co
935 Penn Ave., between Ninth and Tenth Sts.
D. TAYLOR & CO.'S STOCK
H. G. HAYDEN & CO.
Undertakers and Embalmers and Livery stable.
No. 512 Grant street, near Fifth avenue.
At the old stand fine carriages for shopping or
parties or opera at tlie most reasonable prices.
'JVlcphone 2a. - mhlS-'JS-wsu
IF YOTJ HAVE
Its superior excellence uroven In millions of
bomes for more than a quarter of a century.
Itisu'eduytuo United sitates Government
indorsed by tho beads of the great universities
as the Strongest, Purest and most Healthful.
Dr. .Price's Cream Baking Powder does not
contain Ammonia, Umewr Alum. Sold only
In cans. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO,
K??I0KK- CHICAGO. BT. iODIS.
No appetite, indigestion, flatulence, sick head
ache, "all run down," losing flesh, you will find
the remedy you need. They tone up the weak
stomach and build up the flagging energies.
(Sufferers from mental or physical overwork
will find relict from them. Nicely sagar
I - wn HI 'L i a
The Most Complete
Btock in the city.
BED ROCK PRICES.
We also manufacture this
STEVENS CHAIR CO.
No. 3 SIXTH. ST
TOILET, TEA AND DINNER SETS,
W. H. THOMPSON & CO.,
305 WOOD STREET.
Are now Furnishing Houses Complete from Cellar to Attio
with Furniture, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Curtains, Re
frigerators? Ice Chests, Baby Carriages; or, in fact
Anything Needed or Used in the Household
FOR CASH OR CREDIT.
tore Open. Until lO O'Cloolc Saturday E-ve. t"
R. P. WALLACE & CO.'S,
211 Wood Street, 102 and 104Third Avenue, Between Second and Third Aves.
DAEIGEE & SHOENBEEG;
O. D. LEVIS. Bollpltni-rvrtatT,f.
131 Fifth averme.abovo bmithlleld, next Leader
office. (No delay. Established 20 years.
: $159,000 Coiimei
PHOTOGRAPHER, 18 SIXTH STREET.
A fine, large crayon portrait- 3 50; see them
before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets, $2 and
w per uuzeii. jrxfcUAUTJ. '' v JUa X
Sf SAMPSON BT., ALLEGHENY, FA;
Specially Adapted for Cemetery Bots.V '
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TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold lllllnss froih $1 up. Amalgam, 50c;
silver, TocrVliito alloy, Jl.
Gold Crowus a specialty. .-
. Our big stores thronged with customers from
morniDg until evening.
DANZIGEB & SHOENBEEG.
Successors MORRIS H. DANZIGEB.
DR? J. JL McCLAREN,
Corner Smithfield and Fourth avenue."
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SIXTH .STREET' AND PENN
Offers you a beautiful home.
Forest and Fruit Trees, Garden and Lawn. s ' ,
Large level lots on wide avenues.
Charming views of river, hilLand valley.
Pure air and water. Healthful and accessible. ''
Thirty to 40 minutes ride from city by three Iihesof
rallwav ' . C"'-'
Buy now, while prices, are low and terms may be mado
by yourself. .
SMALL PAYMENTS. LONG TIME.-
NO INTEREST. NO TAXES.
Plans, sketches of surroundings and all particulars froniW
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CHAS. SOWERS, 313 Wood Si;
, . W. L MILLER, AGENT AT BEAVER.
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