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THE INVALID MOVED.
Mrs. Barrison on the Way From
Loon Lake to Washington.
;' GENTLENESS AND CAEE EMPLOYED
In the Transfer of the Distinguished Ta
tient From Inn to Train.
A TEDIOUS TBIP FAYOKABLT BEGUN.
Loox Lake House, N. Y., Sept. 20i
At 10 o'clock thig morning everything was
in readiness for the removal of Mrs. Harri
son to "Washington. The President gently
informed ber that she would be taken there
to-day, and she at once brightened np and
expressed her great joy at the prospect of
going back to that city. Dr. Gardner, who
had Just concluded an examination of his
patient, was very much encouraged at her
condition. He said she bad passed a Terr
comfortable night, sleeping most of the
time, and seemed to be stronger this morn
ing. The physician said he realized iully
the great risk attending the removal, bnt he
vas more confident than ever that she would
be able to stand it, aud possirjly be better
lor caring made the change.
The day was bright and clear and cold,
and altogether favorable for the journey.
At 11 A. si. Mrs. Harrison's perilous
journey was begun by her transfer to the
long mountain wagon by which she was to
be conveyed to the nearest railroad station,
three miles distaut. She was raised ten
derly from the couch on which she has
passed so many weary hours, and placed on
a stretcher covered with rugs, blankets and
pillows. Four strong men then carried her
to the wagon. The President and Dr.
Gardner walked on either side, each hold
ing one oi the patient'6 hands. The pro
fessional nurse was close behind, and was
followed by the rest of the household.
Gentleness and Care lifted.
The stretcher was carefully placed in the
wagon, on a large and comfortable cot. Dr.
Gardner, the nurse, and the President were
the only other occupants of the wagon, in
addition to the driver. The other members
of the family followed in tallyho coaches
aDd other vehicles. The same considera
tion accorded the afflicted family since its
first arrival here was observed to-day, and
the transfer was accomplished quietly and
without the slightest obtrusiveness on the
part of the guests of the place.
The start from here was made under the
most auspicious conditions, including a
cloudless sky and a fresh, invigorating air,
laden with the health giving odors of the
pine and balsam. The trip from the cot
tage to the train in waiting at Loon Lake
Etation was successfully made. Fred W.
Chase, proprietor of the hotel, furnished
his best trained horses and the most careful
driver of his stable for the wagon carrying
the distinguished invalid, and lie waited
behind it the entire way, to render any as
sistance that might be necessary. The
President and nurse eat beside Mrs. Harri
son in the wagon. Dr. Gardner stood on
the step at the rear, and Mrs. Harrison's
maid, Josephine, sat on the seat with the
driver. The horses proceeded in a walk,
and the wacon springs were so perfectly
i adjusted that the many rough spots on the
J road were scarcely felt by the occupants.
' No Discomfort for the Patient.
Mrs. Harrison seemed to suffer nodiscom-
I fort from the unusual experience, and it
was found necessary to make only one stop
on the route, and that was a very short one.
J. be party made tne trip in about 45 min
utes, and on reaching the station found all
the rest of the family and a few lriends
awaiting their arrival. The wagon was
carefullv backed up to the rear of the train,
and willing hands were found to assist the
President and Dr. Gardner in carrying its
burden into the car which had been specially
prepared for the reception. Mrs. Harrison
. trailed a feeble recognition of the service
and held out her hand to Mr. Boyd, who
had helped to place her on the couch. lie
was very much touched at the greeting, and
was compelled to leave the car to hide his
The same feeling of sadness pervaded
the entire party, and the President's eyes
were red from constant weeping. It was a
sad sight to the spectators, and there were
many expressions of sympathy for the Chief
Magistrate and his greatly afflicted wife.
She had arrived at the same place three
months ago sick, it is true, but strong
enough to walk to the carriage which con
veyed her to this beautiful place. To-day
Ehe appeared as a weak, helpless invalid in
the throes of a dread disease which is
slowly but surely sapping her life's blood
The Beginning of the Tedious Trip.
It was exactly 12:15 o'clock when the
train moved slowly away on its long and
tedious journey to the national capital.
The train is a "Pennsylvania special," and
is the best tLat could be procured lor the
purpose. It is a vestibule train, composed
ol the "Esperanza," a combination baggage
and parlor car; the ".Newport," a hotel
bleepcr, and the "Sybaris," an observation
car. The "Sybans," which is at the rear
of the train, is occupied bv Mrs. Harrison.
A large, comfortable bed had been set up in
the open portion generally used as a sitting
room. It is provided with everything that
could possibly contribute to the ease and
comfort of the occupants.
The train will run at the rate of 35 miles
an hour aud is expected to reach "Washing
ton at about 8:30 o'clock to-morrow morn
ing. The route selected is bv wav of Ma
lone, Mooer's Junction, Plattsburg'AIbany,
Jersey City, Philadelphia and Baltimore.
The party consists of the following named
persons: The President and Mrs. Harri
son, Mr. and Mrs. J. It. McKee, Russell
Harrisou, Mrs. Dimmick, Lieutenant and
Mrs. Parker, Private Secretary Hal ford,
Dr. Gardner, Mis Marie ivempe, Benjamin
and Mary McKee, George W. Boyd, Miss
Davis, the nurse; the President's valet,
Charlie, and Mrs. Harrison's maid,
Just before the departure of the train
from Loon Lake Dr. Gardner said: "Mrs.
Harrison lias borne the journey to this
point remarkably well much Setter, in
deed, than we anticipated. This drive was
regarded as one ol the most dangerous
pieces of the trip, and that she made it so
well gives us much encouragement in re
gard to the remainder of the journey."
A telegram from Saratoga Springs says:
"When the Presidental train passed through
here at 8 o'clock this evening, Mrs. Harri
son was resting quietly and apparently did
not experience any fatigue. The train
stopped here five minntes tor orders.
Your Old-l'ashloncd Square Piano.
Exchange it for a now upright at ilellor &
If at j our w its' end what to do with your old
fashioned "squnre," call upon us. We
take old instruments in exchange Tor
new ular.os and organs, allowing lushest
......w ... Uwui, wiu3 uwiM.iug me acqui
sition of a new Instrument a compara
tively easy matter.
If your means are limited, and you do not
feel able to pm chase, we can help you
there, too. JJy our system of easy pay
ments we have placed the best and most
reliable pianos and orcans within the
reach or all. Have supplied thousands
and thousands of our people In this very
way, who would otherwise he without
an instrument at all.
In makes of pianos we handle the world-ro-nouned
Chlckoring. playod and indorsed
by the greatest artUts tne woild has
produced, also tho Ilardman, which is
creating such a furore amons the muslc
loving public, and the Krakauer. and
ose plauoi, popular, old and durable.
In organs, all kinds, fioui laige church
to smallest cottage, at all prices. An
JGoliau will please you if you cannot
play. You play it, or it plays itself.
Come and see ttiein.
Our prices are absolutely as low as Is pos
sible for us to make them, considering
the hlsh standard and merit or our line
or Instruments. Cash or easy pawneut.
Catalogues', etc. free to any aOdiess.
Uixx-oKiHoEE (Founded lb31),
Warerooms, 77 Firth avenue.
Tall neckwear. Tho nobbiest in the city
at James JI. Aiken & Co.';, 10J fifth aveuuo
KXPOSrridN.MTo say you are welcome wero
superfluous." The Exposition stands ready
with open doors to receive and welcome
you. You are especially invited to pay it
a visit. Don't let it be said that "you
wastoa time, and now doth time waste
EXPOSITION. "When the soul communes
with Itseir, the lip Is silent." The delight
ful musical programmes prepared by the
great Levy at tho Exposition concerts
hold the immense audiences completely
EXPOSITION. "The name that dwells upon
every tongue no minstrel needs." Our Ex
position has become a household word; it
i" firmly established in the hearts of our
EXPOSITION. "Ho makes no friend who
never made a foe." A man must have
opinions of his own. and preserve his Indi
viduality, if he hop" to make a success In
tho world. The Exposition started out
with a clear conception of lust what It
wished to accomplish, and it succeeded.
Now everybody that is anybody is its
(Something Now To-Morrow.J
IIIII's Pile Pomade
has wrought relief, cure and comfort to
thousands of sufferers from piles: it is cer
tainly a sreat medicine, or e could not give
a printed guarantee with each package.
Price $1, six packages $5. Dv mail. For sale
by Oos. Fleming & Sou, 412 Market street, s
Wo Do the Baking. Ton Do ins Elnir.
It Is a sort of reciprocity arrangement.
We spend our time and money inventing
and producing new cakes and crakers to
please the people. The people become our
patrons and both aro benefited.
The new "Grandrather's Hat Cake" Is the
latest dainty that we have on the market.
It is a delightful cake and the popularity it
has already gained is sufficient to assure
its success .
A-kvOur grocer for "Grandlathor's Hat."
You'll be delighted with it.
Marvin Bakery, Pittsburg.
Small in size, greit in results: De Witt's
Little Early ttier. Best pill for constipation,
best for sick headache and sour stomach.
Marriage licenses Issued Yesterday.
5 It. M. GnlseMtc ..Oil Cltv
VeoraM. McComb nttsbnrg
(John Spier Pittsburg
I Annie bcliafer Allegheny
(John McGuire Pittsburg
1 Miunle Mtcdai) Pittsburg
(Louis J. Schaenfach West Elizabeth
1 Eliza liiozza West Elizabeth
( Martin Sclmltz Pimburg
1 Margirtha Klelnlem Pittsburg
( w llllain Smith Pittsburg
Kuima Brown PllUburg
, ( Sctitt Rusk Wichita. Kan
Enolab. Linton Wichita, K-in
(Alexander Kamscy Walls
Agnes F. G. Mcoll Walls
(George Keleessava Cliartiers township
(Annie Hudak Chartlers township
1 John TVitanskl Pittsburg
FranzisVa IHIr Pittsburg
(William A. Fogle Pittsburg
.Mary E Shale Pittsburg
I Peter A. Scraub Allegheny
Willielmlna Bender Allegheny
(James L. Koy Rraitdock
J Mary Curtis liraddock
George Hoffman Pittsburg
1 Lizzie uoeii Pittsburg
( James L. Green Allegheny
I Uessle McDermott Allegheny
( AdolDh H. Kraellng Dunbar
Jr.mmaB. Coopar Aratbn
(John Dcbolt KnoxTllle
I Ethel Hopkins Kuoxvllle
BALDENiIOFEE On Sundav. Septemher
IS, 1S9J at 9:05 P. M., CunlsT. Baldemiofer,
aged 47 yea: .
Funeral on Wednesday, September 21, 1S92,
from his Into residence. No. 2727 Penn
avenue, at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family
are i espectmlly invited to attend. 3
BEAUDENSTEIN On Tuesday, Septem
ber 20. 1;92, at 2 P. M., ANDREW BRAUDESSTEIIf,
aged 23 years and 1 month.
Funeral from his mother's residence, 816
Main street, Braddock, on Thursday, bep
tember 22, at 9 A. sr.
HOGAN On Monday, September 19, 1892.
at 5.40 p. M., William J. Hoqak, aged 23
Fuueral from the residence of his mother,
Mrs. Elizabeth Hosan, corner Boquet and
Sylvan avenue, on Wednesday, the 21st Inst.,
nt 8:30 o'clock A. M. Services at St. Agnes'
unurcn at a a. jc
LAOTH At herresidence. No. 301 Orchard
ntreefL hiinxx'illa botnuch. on SundAvmorn- I
inir. September 18, 1S92, at 7 o'clock, Mrs.
Mart Lauth. relict of the late John F. Lautb,
in the b-d year of her age.
Funeral will take place on Wednesday
4ork13.g at 8.30 o'clock, to proceed to St.
George's Chnrch, Excelsior Btreet, Thirty
first ward, where requiem high mass will he
lead at 9.30 o'clock. Friends of the family
are respectlnlly invited to attend. 2
MclLVAINE On Monday,Septemberl9, at
11:20 A. M, AjilflE C. McIlvaike, oiii)Ket
daughter of Wairen J. and Louisa Mell-
vaine, aged 14 years 5 months and 8 days.
Asleep in Jesus.
Funeral from residence of parents, Pros
pect stieet. Thirty-second ward, on Wednes
day at 2 o'clock, p. M. Friends of the family
respectlully invited to attend. Interment
private at later hour. 2
MENTZE'K At her residence, No. 69
Wasnitigton street, Allegheny Cltv. on Mon
day afternoon. September 19, 1S92, at 2-30
o'clock, Maeoaretha, relict of tho late Ma
thlas Mentzer, in the 64th year of her age.
Funeral will take place on Thursday
uoRXlNoat 8:15 o'clock to proceed to St.
Phllomena's Church, corner Fourteenth aud
Liberty streets, whoie requiem htsh mass
will be road at 9 o'clock. Fiiends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
PIIUGH On Sabbath evonins, September
18. 189.!, at 11 o'clock, J em ie Cross, wiro of
Kev. John H. Prugh.
Funeral services at the residence of her
husband, 202 Coltart Square, on Wednesday
afternoon ut 2 o'clock. Interment later at
Hoinewood Cemetery. 2
EABENSTEIN On Mondav, September 19,
1892. at 3 50 p. m Mary Ann. wife of J. E.
BaDcnstein, in the 61t year of her age.
Faneral from her late l csidence, 69S Fifth
avenue, on Wednesday a 1 2.30 p. M. 2
RIETHMTJLLEE On Tnesdav. September
20, at 8:45 a. m., J. C IiiETHMULLtn, Jr., In bis
Funeral from his late residence, 141 Lib
erty street, Allegheny, on Thursday, Sep
tember, at 2 p. M. Friends of the family
are respectfully invited to attend. 2
SCHUEinEK On Monday, Septemher 19,
1S92, at 10:45 a. M., Henry A., youngest
t-on of A. and Minnie. Schreiber, aged 11
months and 1 day.
Funeral from patents' residence, No. 14
Edna street, Wednesday, September 21, at 2
o'clock p. it. Friends of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend. 2
STItUNZ At noboken, N. J., September
20, 1SD2, Mrs. Christina Strcnz, widow or tho
late Stephen Strunz.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
(Sncccs'orto Merer, Arnold 4 Co., Tm,)
iJNDKUTAKEU AND EMBALMEB.
Office and residence, 1131 Penn avenue.
Telephone connection. myll-57-MWJ,su
JAMES M. FULLERTON,
CNDEUTAKEIl AND EMBALMEK,
No. 6 Eighth street.
Chapel for private lunerals.
mylQ-93-wren Tel eph on e 1153
"For tie Mes."
COOK BOOK Mailed Free.
Send name and address to
PRICE FLAVORING EXTRACT CO.
74 WARREN STREET
New York City, New York
MADE TO ORDER
Can't be any better, they can't fit any bet
ter and they can't appear nnv better than
our FOOT-FORM SHOES. They are made
the same war, of the choicest material and
by the best workmen. "Why pay so much
when "Verner can fit you out to perfection?
We don't care how wide, how narrow, how
tender your foot is,how hard yon are to fit in
shoes. "Verner can remove all doubts and
sell you a perfect fitting shoe. Try them
the Foot-Form Shoe.
C- A. VERNER,
Cor. Fifth Ave. and Market
Our stock Is always the choicest.
A. M. & J. B. MURDOCH,
Tel. 42a. 610 SuiithfleldV tree t.
Should cnllnt our Floral Depot and order
their Finit Trees. Hardy Hoses. H jacinths,
Tulips, Lilies, Window Plants, and take
home our beautiful catalogue prices are
low. JOHN B, A A. MURDOCH,
BeH-jiw SOS Smlthfield street.
September 21 and 22,
We will exhibit in our MILLI
NERY DEPARTMENT latest Paris
fashions in Trimmed Pattern BON
NETS, TOQUES and HATS of our
own direct importation,including all
the approved styles for this season
from the leading French milliners,
also those from the most fashionable
New York milliners, as well as the
productions of our own workrooms,
LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S GD0D5.
We continue to make a specialty of
MOURNING MILLINERY, exe
cuting orders on short notice.
41 Fifth Avenue,
LACESKOES FOE. BOYS.
BUTTDTJ SHOES FOR BOYS.
The best shoes for the
money. No matter what
makes you have tried,
Standard goods have no
equal. Investigate and be
convinced. Every size and
style to make a perfect fit
ting shoe is to be had at
430-436 Market St.
' tftcf v.Av a. Jrt6it i-V"-"
Is a pretty good sized field.
That is the exact size (in square
feet) in our stores now on the
several floors, upstairs and
down, with the large and com
modious new addition opened
to-day, thus giving us the
largest and best lighted Silk
and Dress Goods Room to be
In one department, separate
and alone from every other
kind of goods.
Over 200 styles of 'New
Fancy Black Goods, latest
Paris effects, in extra good
qualities, at intermediate prices,
50C, 7SC, $1 an $1.25
Affording an opportunity for
selection heretofore unequaled.
As to PRISES, we have
made it our determined pur
pose that they shall be and are
enough less qualities consid
ered to entitle us to your
patronage and pay you well 'for
This Black Goods Depart
ment is directly opposite the
At the further side of the new
room, with -a north light as
clear and perfect as .broad day
Medium colors, with neatPicote
spots, $1.25 value, bought re
cently at a sacrifice and sold to
start the Silk Department well
in its new location at
RICH SLKS FOR STREET,
HOUSE AND WED
The large collection of choice
things that are French and
have the French style to them,
and the moderation plan as to
prices, is what we expect to in
terest you in coming.
Opened to-day for your opin
ion double width goods, at
15c to $6.50 a yard
This store for years has'done
a large Dress Goods business;
with these extensive new
Rooms and such wondrous large
assortments to choose from we
intend to sell more Dress
Goods b est kind s and
cheaper than ever. Will you
BQGES I BUHL
-"" HEIVAUVEBTISEMBNTS.. ' "
In Woolen Dress Goods can surpass
in beauty the ones we are showing to
day. Who can express their win
someness and beauty? We can't
can't even give an idea of the styles.
They're too various.
Serges, Mohairs, Rough Effects,
etc., run in riotous confusion of de
sign and colorings in crescents, stars,
stripes, triangles, cross effects in
fact, every design imaginable and a
few more beside. You'd, think some
were not designed at all. Just put
in the machinery and trust to luck
for the design. Yet this apparent
carelessness is a deeply studied effect
design. The result is exquisite.
Could give you heaps of long
sounding names. They'd mean
nothing to you. Here are lew sam
What do these names mean to you?
Nothing. The goods by any other
name would look as 'sweet. Come
and see them for yourself. It's the
only way to tell anything about them.
Of course you know we keep shoes,
but do you know how good and how
cheap? Come in and find out.
Ladies', Misses', Youths' and
Children's Shoes Only.
81, 83, 85, 87 and 89 FIFTH AVE.
Special Sale Cloth Jackets.
$5 $7.50 $10
Now Is yonr time to purchases an early fall
Jacket at the right nrice.
Leaders in Cloth Garments,
COR. WOOD ST. AND FIFTH AVE.
8old and guaranteed by Leading Dealers
throughout the United States. selp-Mwr
The Pittsburg Wall Paper Co.,
821 Penn avonue,
Opposite Westinj.'UousQ Office nutlding.
BOM IBJUaitUEBJSfg SIMr
GENUINE I Ur
A MAN all
clothed in rub
ber need have
no fear of rain,
even if his um
brella has been
borrowed, if he
wears one of
Coats. They are double text
ure. Seams both sewed and
cemented. No disagreeable odor
and absolutely waterproof Price
$10. To-day is umbrella day with
us, and if you are wise it will be
with you, as we sell to-day our
well-known Gloria Umbrella at
$1.25 other days at $2. Um
brellas re-covered from 75c up
ward in one day.
PAULSON BROS., 441 WOOD ST.
jeweler. Xew work done
to order. Low prices a
Cash paid for old gold
541 Smithfield Street.
EEPBESENTED IN PITTSBDRG US 1801.
INS. CO. OF NORTH AMERICA.
Assets, 9.278.220 00.
LoggM adjusted and paid by
WILLIAM. L. JUNES, 84 Fourth ar.
On account of the holidays our store will be
closed all day Thursday and Friday. Open
again on Saturday as usuaL
OF LADIES' CLOAKS, SUITS AND TEA GOWNS.
FALL HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR
FOR LADIES, CHILDREN AND INFANTS.
LADIES, when ready to buy your fall and winter Hosiery
and Underwear, it will pay you to visit our departments for the
sale of these goods. It will pay you in this way We will save
Here are a few specimens of our low prices joined to really
Ladies' Wool Hose, black and colors, 19c, 25c, 35c and
50c; ribbed, 25c to 75c.
Fine Imported Cashmere Hose at 50c. These are worth 75c
Ladies' Fleece Lined Cotton Hose, 25c
Ladies' Silk Hose, 75c up.
Fast Black Cotton Hose, 10c to 50c.
Infants' Long and Hose, 19c to 75c.
Ladies' heavy Jersey Ribbed Vests, high neck and long
sleeves, 18 c.
Jersey Ribbed Vests and Pants, natural wool, 25c; worth
Extra heavy Jersey Ribbed Vests and Pants at 43c; worth
Ladies' fine Wool Vests and Pants, Camel's Hair, natural
wool and white, from 69c to $2.50.
Fullline of Childrens Winter Underwear in white, natural,
Camel's Hair and Silk. Prices from 8c to $1.50.
-aA PLEASING SOUVENIR-
In the shape of a finely executed Art Album will
be presented to every visitor to our Ladies' De
partments on the first three days of this week.
" I IOIVjO 3ooto4oo
J U O r Y Q, Market St.
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Make your purchases to-day.
Clothiers, Tailors and Hatters,
161-163 FEDERAL ST., ALLEGHENY.
DR. D. L. ABER, Dentist,
Specialist In crowning, bridging and tilling
or tha natural teeth. Prlcss reasonable and
satisfaction guaranteed. Office, 210 Smith
field sc, Pittsburg. ap29-xwa
On Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday of this week we
will make the grandest dis
play of these goods ever
made in the two cities.
As special opening bar
gains we will sell on the three
Ladies' All-Wool Diagonal
Cheviot Jackets, open bound
seams, box back, $5.
Ladies' All-Wool Diagonal
Jackets, half silk lined, full
Shawl and notch collar of
Black Lynx, $6.75.
Ladies' Imported English
Kersey Jackets of a fine ma
terial in black, blue and tan,
half silk lined, at $12.
We shall make a great
offer of Ladies' Costumes
worth $25 for just $15; these
are tailor-made suits of the
very latest Paris designs and
in all colors, green, blue,
black and brown, elegantly
trimmed and finished, $15.