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SHE PITTSBTffiG , BISPAt'qh,. TODHESDAY, ' MA? 8, 1889.
BOTH GAS MP SALT. Latest Indostry to bo Introduced in the Findlay Field. tk BUCKEYE VILLAGE IN FLAMES. hie Challenga Issued bj a Prohibition Campaign Committee. ALL THE SEWS FKOM XEARBT T0TCS8 TSrECIAL TEIXOBAX TO IHX BISPJLTCH.l Findlay, May 7. As is well known the rcat difficulty with which oil and gas operators in the Northwestern Ohio field have to contend, is the presence of salt water, which often comes into a well while drilling, rendering it worthless and a dead loss; or if the well escapes then, an extra demand npon its capacity will bring in the salt water so strongly as to destroy its use fulness for oil and gas purposes. There has never been any way discovered wherebj this difficulty could be obviated, but within the past few months experiments have been prose cuted in this city by a company, of which Captain Shank, an old salt manufacturer,' the bead, which demonstrates successfully the fact that this salt water, which comes into the wells with such force that it flows out of the top of the casing as freely as gas, can be util ized in tho manufacture of a most excellent quality of salt. Thej Company, which is known as the Findlay Salt itfanuiacturing Company, last fall pur chased two well known gas wells which had Deen auanuoneaon account 01 tne immense quantity of saltwater which came into them, rendering them absolutely worthless for gas purposes, and began a series of experiments with machinery of a new design and under a new process, whereby they have been enabled to produce table and commercial salt of fine character and excellent savor and at a cost which enables tho company to compete suc cessfully with any salt manufacturing institu tion In tho country. The process under which this company experimented and is now work ing is as yet a secret and belongs exclusively to this Findlay organization They are now en caged in erecting extensive works and are backed by an immense capital. The company propose going into the busi ness on a largo scale and as they can drill anywhere in the gas field and be assured of a large supply of salt water, which flows to the top of the ground as freely as a mountain stream seeks its level, they ap prehend no difficulty in prosecuting their operations. It is, also, the purpose of the com pany to nurchase all the oil and gas wells which are affected by salt water and pipe the fluid to their refinery in this city, the same as gas andcrude petroleum is now handled. This new and novel industry is already attracting much attention, because of the possibilities which it opens to those who are engaged in the oil and gas business of securing a profitable market for whatever the drill may find, be it oil, gas or salt water. Heretofore the presence of salt water indicated nothing but a dead loss to those drilling for oil and gas, but with a de mand for salt water the aspect of things changes, and the oil and gas operators of Ohio will be large gainers from the discovery. The Dispatch correspondent paid a visit to the works of the company this morning and was shown the different grades of salt which had been produced from the water found in the abandoned iiarnd and Woodier gas wells, and was surprised to find the article fine, white and strong in flavor. Captain Shank, who is the superintendent of the works, and who has had large experience as a salt manufacturer in Tuscarawas county, cave the assurance that no finer or better salt was ever made than that now being produced by his company from tho abandoned gas wells of Hancock county. WORK OF THE FLAMES. A Little Buckeye Village Practically Wiped Out by Fire. rSFECXU. TEIXQKAM TO THE OISPATClI.t ' Fetdl at. May 7. At midnight last night firo broke out in A. Phillips' meat shop in Beaver . Sam. a small village 20 miles west of this city, and before the flames could bo subdued almost the entire business portion of the town was re duced to ashes. The late hour found the In habitants all abed, and the scene following tho discovery of the fire was indescribable. Women and children, who only had time to escape in . tfaeirclcht clothes and for whom no shelter Vcould be found, presented a pitiable sight. Lima, nine miles west, was called on for assist ance, and a portion of the fire department im mediately responded by a special train on the Lake Erie and Western Railroad. While they arrived in time to do effective work, the scarcity of water precluded any possibility of saving anything. Those suffering a complete loss are: K. White, general store and residence; Odd Fel lows Hall, Fred Kinney, L. Stolz andA.li. i Parker's residences, G. A. Bryant's harness shop; John Grant, grocery: J. E. Shi vely, tin shop; O. Beech, residence; Henry Hardesty, undertaking establishment; Brown's Hotel, L. B. Ward, barber shop; Hattie Solomon, mil linery store; Louis Stoltz, grocery and resi dence; Fred Young, meatshop and residence; Fred Kinney, cooper shop; E. W. Weaver, blacksmith shon: the dos tofl.ee. 1L O. Wnvne's shoestore. S. Fossler, residence: Joseph Mc Donald's livcrv stable, and the -City JaiL The loss will reach SS0,0Oa, on which there is 514, 000 insurance. DIED OF LOCKJAW. The Fatfi Result of a Friendly Contest of Hlsh Jumping. IEFECUL TELEOHAM TO TUB DISPATCH.! New Castle, May 7. About two weeks ago John Talbot, an employe of Baldwin & Gra ham's Stove Foundry in this city, was engaged In a high jumping contest. A stick of wood -was placed crosswise on a bucket on tho top of a box, and when Talbot undertook to leap over it one foot struck the stick, knocking it off the bncket in such a way that one end went into the ground and Mr. Talbot fell on the other end, which penetrated his abdomen, inflicting what was considered at the time a slight wound. In a few days he returned to work and kept at it for three days, when ho took ill on Satur day night, and died at an early hoar this mora ine in great agony of lockjaw. BEATS THE RECORD. A Man Arrested, Indicted, Convicted and Sentenced iu Three Days. Charleston, W. Va., May 7. E. J. Slaugh ter, who was arrested Sunday morning by A. W- Roome and J. S. Atkinson, United States officers, was taken before the United States Commissioner last night and held for grand jury on the charge of fraudulently represent ing himself as a special United States Pension Examiner. To-day a grand jury was impan eled, Slaughter was indicted and this alter noon was tried by a jury in the United States District Court, where he confessed to the charge, was found guilty and sentenced to one year imprisonment This is the quickest trial on record in the United States Court at this place. A PROHIBITION CHALLENGE. They Want to Discuss the Amendment With bo Llqnor Advocates. Chaxbeksburo, May 7. The Prohibition County Committee to-day published a chal lenge to the Liquor Dealers' Association to a joint discussion of the prohibition amendment question, each to appoint a committee of three to arrange a series of joint meetings at different points in the county. There is to be one speaker for each party, each to speak an hour, and the expenses to be arranged for by the joint com mittee. The challenge excites mnch com ment, but it is thought the liquor men will de cline it. - CRUELTT CHARGED. That la the Reason n Prominent Akron Man Wants to be Divorced. jSrXCLU. TXXEGCAlf TO THE DISPATCH. J AKBOir, May 7. Simon B. Weary, a promin ent Akron manufacturer, aged about 03 years, caused a big sensation to-day by bringing suit for divorce, alleging cruelty. He also asks Court to enjoin his wife from disposing of property which he deeded over to her and to compel her to reconvey It to him. He Says that instead of being a widow when he married her, his wife was a divorced woman and she de ceived him about her past SIcKcesport Docs Not Get the Mill. ISrECIAT. TELEGRAM TO THX DISrATCW-1 McKeespobt, May 7. The firm operating the large iron plant at Cincinnati, employing in the neighborhood of 2,000 men, which was nego tiating for the site adjoining the United States Iron and Tin Plate plant has decided to accept an offer of 15 acf es of ground and gas fuel free . at II uncle, Ind. WIHNot'Pny'ns Much ns Scott lErECIALTELlblUll'TO Till DISPATCH. -West NirwToir.'May 7. The miners at the rest Kewtoaiinlnes arc out on a strike, antra lone. contest is locked tor, as both employers and men are determined. The cause of the difference is this: The owners agreed to pay the price paid by W.Tj. Scott, which is 74 cents a ton, bat they now refuse to pay hat 71 cents. i i CHANGED HIS SUM). A Man Who Wns Offered a Postofiico De cides to Decline It. ISFBCXAL TELEOEAU TO TUB DISPATCH,! Yousgstown, May 7. Myron Wood, who was tendered and accepted the appointment of Postmaster here, to-day announced that he had changed his mind, and sent a message to Congressman McKinley requesting him to select someone else to fill the office. Mr. Wood said that npon investigation he learned that tho Postmaster, to properly attend to the duties, would have to bo in the office from 6 A. M. to 10 P. sr., and that the long hours wonld impair his health, which" is not the best, by reason of numerous gunshot wounds received iu tho army. JV Board That Findlay Doesn't Want. SPECIAL TELEQBAV TO THE DI8FATCH.I FfsDLAY, O, May 7. The special election held to-day to approveor reject a bill passed by the Legislature providing for a Board of Public Affairs resulted in a majority of 328 against the bill. The election was the most exciting ever held in the city. TICKET COMMISSIONS. Western Railroads Appear Before the Inter State Commission nt Washington The Pennsylvania Lines Par No Commissions of Any Kind. WASHiySTON, May 7. Western Bail way men chatted and gossiped animatedly this morning in the rooms of the Inter State Commerce Commission while await ing the opening of the investigation into the matter of the payment of commissions upon the sale of passenger tickets. Chair man Cooley opened the meeting with a few 1 remarks upon the importance of the inves tigation and then called upon the railroads in alphabetical order to' state what, if any, commissions they paid. Mr. J. F. Hannigan, general passenger agent of the Burlington, Cedar Rapids and Northern Railroad Company, the first wit ness called, filed a written statement setting forth the amount of commissions paid by his company, and stating that they paid reason able commissions to authorized ticket agents, but to no others. ' The Chicago and Alton and the Chicago, Burlington and QuincyHailroad Companies filed written statements with the secretary, giving the in formation called for. Mr. E. P. Wilson, General Passenger Agent of the Chicago and -Northwestern Railroad Company, said his road paid com missions on competitive passenger business. The rate paid was restricted by the terms of the agreement of the Western Passenger Agents' Association. The agreement had been faithfully observed by the Chicago and Northwestern Company. Prior to the mak ing of this agreement commissions as high as 50 or 60 per cent, he said, had been paid. He was questioned concerning the sale of tickets by scalpers. Their source of revenue, he said, was ostensibly and originally the purchase and sale of portions of unnsed tickets. He had no doubt there were other sources of revenue, among which was the sale -of tickets sent them by railroad companies hard pressed for business. He did not think this was a custom with the companies. It was done in times of disturbances. Mr. E. A. Ford, General Passenger Agent of the Pennsylvania lines west of Pittsburg, of the Pittsburg, Port Wayne and Chicago Railroad Company, said that his company had paid no commissions to anyone since the passage ot the inter-State commerce law. He Celebrates All the Time. The man whose functions all suffice To make life worth the living Don't need the President's advice To celebrate Thanksgiving. And here's the way to thanksgiving: Drs. Stabkey fe Palen: "In less than two weeks after using your Compound Oxygen Treatment my wife was restored to health from a very severe illness." Rev. J. E. Peitnt, Tavares, Fla. Drs. Stabkey & Palek: "a severe attack of TyDhold Pneumonia left my lungs in a very weak condition, but your Com. pound Oxygen Treatment put me on the road to health again." Charles B. Hill, EusUs. Florida. ' Drs. Starker & Palen's office records show over 43,000 different cases in which their Com pound Oxygen Treatment has been used by physicians in their practice, and by Invalids in dependently. Their brochure of 200 pages will be forwarded free of charge to anyone address ing Dbs. Stabkey & Palen, No. 1529 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa. Don't Wait, But call to-day and secure the biggest bar gain ever offered to the public We will sell to-day 740 men's fine suits all new, fresh goods, generallyold at $18, $20, $22 at the round figure of $10 for your choice. These suits comprise all the new designs in chev iots, tweeds, Bannockburns, blarneys, thibet and corkscrew, cut and made in the latest style. They come in long and short-roll sacks and stylish cutaways. You can't afford to miss this bargain sale; it means a saving of at least $8 on a suit of clothes. P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new Court House. This Week. Summer millinery opening hats, toques and bonnets in prolusion. Jos. Hobne & Co.'s Pcnn Avenue Stores. Silks. Several special good bargains this week in black silks, gros grains, failles, armures and rhadames at prices below cost of importation. Huaus & Hacke. MWFSU B. & B. Finest assortment of parasols in the two cities. The best goods made and at the best prices. Boggs & Buhl. Flannel shirts for boating, fishing, etc. James H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth ave. This is the Season In which to purify and enrich the blood, to re store the lost appetite, and to build up the sys tem, as the body is now especially susceptible to benefit from medicine. The peculiar me dicinal merit of, and the wonderful cures by. Hood's Sarsaparilla have made it tho most popular spring medicine. It cures scrofula, salt rheum, and all humors, biliousness, dys pepsia, headache, kidney and liver complaints, catarrh, and all affections caused or promoted by low state of the system or impure blood. "For a first-class spring medicine my wife and I both think very highly of Hood's Sarsa parilla. Wo both took it last spring. It did us a great deal of good, and -we felt better through the hot weather than ever before. It cured my wife of sick headache, and relieved me of a dizzy, tired feeling. We shall certainly take Hood's Sarsaparilla again this spring." J. h. Peabce, Supt Granite By. Co., Concord, N. H N. B. If you have decided to take Hood's Sarsaparilla, do not beinduced to buyany other Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by aU druggists. $1: six for $5. Prepared only by C. L HOOD &CO., Lowell, m-., 100 Doses One Dollar UWHEN YOU ORDER, APOLLINARIS 'BEWARE OP IMITATIONS Attempts are frequently tnade to palm off inferior Waters bearing labels closely resembling the genuine Apollinaris labels. Mottles bearing the genuine Apolli raris labels are frequently filled with a spurious article. LOOK AT THE CORK, which, if genuine, is branded with thename of tile Apollinaris Cobt- :hmnsJBrmnen "around an anchor. Inducements or the .Star Corner. We advertise inducements which our com petitors think impossible. Do you wonder? We don't Thesa.same firms go East and "buy tenement-house-inade auction" goods, and offer them to the publics at prices for which you can buy the lome-made clothing at Jackson's. The inducement referred to is simply this: Making our own cloth ing, as wo do, we gnaranteo ,to keep in repair, free of -charge, for. the .term of one year, any suit costing J10 or over, or any pants bought of us for 53 or more. .If there is any need of repairing, bring them to us and we will.do it free of charge. Let the clap-trap advertising concerns follow if they can. They don't want trouble; it is your money they are after. But the public is not slow in finding the best makes of clothing. Our tailoring department dis tances anything in this line. As for men's furnishings, we quote the lowest prices for best quality. We sell the best in nobby hats. I. Jackson & Beo., Star Corner. TVSU Don't Walt, But call to-day an4 secure the biggest bar gain ever offered to the public. We will sell to-dav 740 men's fine suits all new, fresh goods", generally sold at $18, 20, 22 at the round figure of S10 for your choice. These suits comprise all the new designs in chev iots, tweeds, Bannockburns, blarneys, thibet and corkscrew, cut and made in the latest style. They come in long and short-roll sacks and stylish cutaways. You can't afford to miss this "bargain sale; it means a saving of at least ?3 on a suit of clothes. P, C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new Court House. Walk nn d b e Hnppy. In purchasing furniture, go where yon can get the best goods for the least money, and you can do this by walking a short distance irom our principal retail streets, to the man ufacturing establishment of M. Seibert & Co., cor. Lacock and Hope streets, near rail road bridge, Allegheny. D ninrri&so Licenses Granted Yesterday. Kline. BeIdenee. (Julius Taller Pittsburg ) Bertha iiracenhammer I'lttsburg (S.,M. Moffet , Pittsburg (Martha Mansfield Pittsburg (James H. Buchanan Allegheny i Marie Mlschler Allegheny 5 William Sieger Pittsburg J Mary Slay Pittsburg Jacob Downing Ohio township ilary, Dlehn..,..". ,....'. Emsworth J Henry P. Jackson Pittsburg Sadie O. Gant ..Pittsburg t John Schmidt Pittsburg IMagdalena Stelner Pittsburg AbnerSten-art ,. Mifflin township I Hannah Bennett Mifflin township J Albert A. Bauer ....i.. Allegheny ( Laura Laufman TT.AUegheny j John 55. Duckett Pittsburg I Kate A. Walsh Pittsburg i Henry Kuct .l'ltisburg 1 Lizzie Hartman Pittsburg I James Condon Braddock i Bridget Sheenan Port Perry j Joseph ltlley., .... Allegheny (..Allegheny (i ( Mary Connelly., DIED. BURKE On Tuesdav morning, May 7, 1B89, at 1:30 o'clock, of diphtheria, Nellie M., daughter of William R. and Annie Burke, aged 4 years, 5 weeks and 6 days. Funeral from the residence of her parents, corner Ridge and Marion avenues, Allegheny, on Wednesday, May 8, at 2 o'clock p.m. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. CAEDWELL-Tuesdav, May 7, 1889, at 105 A. k., W. F. Caldwell, In his 53d year. Funeral from the residence of his sister, Mrs. Si. E. Lucas. No. 83 Rebecca street, Alle gheny, at 230 P. M. Thursday. Members of Mechanics Lodge No. 9, L. O. of O.K., and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 CONWAY On Tuesday, May 7, 18S9, at 830 P. IL, John, youngest child ot Michael and Johannah Conway, aged 6 months and 6 days. Funeral on Thursday, at 2:30 p. m., from the parents' residence, corner St. Andrew and Mayflower streets, East End. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. CROTHERS At her residence, Webster avenue, Herron Hill, on Monday evening. May R lCfiQ fr 11 ",rtlrtrtlr Yv Tivn PnnvmmD relict 'of the late Samuel Crothers, aged 65 years. Funeral services will be held on Thtjbsday aftxbxoox at 2 o'clock. Friends o& the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 DORAN On Monday. May 6, 1S89, at 3 P. M,. James Dokan. aged 39 years. Funeral from his late residence. Third street, Beltzhoover borough, on Wednesdat at 9 a. h. Friends of the family are respectfully in vited to attend. 2 ELCESSOR Tuesdaymornlng. May 7. at 830 o'clock, Louis Elcessob, No. 79 Western ave nue, Allegheny, In the 60th year of his age. Funeral services THUBSDAT.May 9, at 2 p.m. Interment private at later hour. I Alliance, O., papers please copy. 2 HACKETT At his residence. Harrison street, between Forty-eighth and Forty-ninth streets, on Sunday, May 5, 1889, at 7:15 P. M Michael Hackett, in the 63d year of his age. Funeral on Wednesday hobntng at ,8:40 o'clock, to proceed to St. Mary's Cath'olio Church, Forty-sixth street. Friends ot tho family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 HARMS On Monday,.May 6, 1889. at 1030 A. h., Dora, daughter of Caroline and the late Henry Harms, in her 27th year. Funeral from St. Peter's German Lutheran Church, Liberty street,Allegheny,on Wednes day afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Friends of tho family are respectfully invited to attend. HASLETT On Monday, May 6, 1S89, at 12:15 o'clock a. m., Mrs. Jane Haslett, in tho 70th year of her ago. Funeral from the residence of ier husband, 24 Franklin alley, Allegheny, Thubsday, at 2 o'clocx. nenas oi tne lamiiy aro respectfully invited to attend, 2 LYNCH At his residence. 141 Fortv-flrat street. May 7, 18S9, at 820 a. m., Wm.B. Lynch, in the 47th year of his age. Funeral Thursday afternoon, May 9, at 2 o'clock. STEVENSON At his parents' residence, Aiken avenue, Tuesday, May 7, WIlliah A., son of Thomas J. and Mary Stevenson. Funeral services Thursday at 2p,x In terment private. 2 Canton, O., papers please copy. ANTHONY MEYER, (Successors to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Lim"l UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER. Office and residence, 1131 Penn avenue. Tel ephone connection myl0-h53-uw7 JAMES M. FULLERTON, UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER, No. 6 Seventh Street. Telephone 1153. ap27-S2-WFSu VTT H. DEVOEE &SOM, Undertakers 'and Embalmers and Livery Stables, No. 612 Grant street, near fifth avenue. At the old stand fine carriages for nhnnninen parties or opera at the most reasonable prices. Telephone 223. mhl3-96-wsu FLORAL EMBLEMS. CHOICE .CUT FLOWERS AND SMILAX A. M. & J. JB. MURDOCH, 1 A SMITHFIELD ST. 01U Telephone 429. de6-f4-wy CHOICE FRESH FLOWERS. HARDY ROSES AND PLANTS. BEDDING-OUT LAWN. MOWERS. JOHN B. & A. MTJRDOOH, Telephone 239. COS Sihtiifield St. ' . . ap30-Mwr E EPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN 1SCI ASSETS . t9j071.698S3. Insurance Co. of ITorth America. Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. 1a20-s2-D THE AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, Philadelphia. Total Assets, January 1, 1887 $2,301,858 68 EDWARDS KE2f20SY, Ag'tSj QO FOURTH AVE, Pittsburg, Fa. 3 Telephone 760. jal5-60-W T ADIES SHOULD INVESTIGATE Mine, IMs French Tailor Systei or dress cnttintr. The onlv system in America that cuts the Worth bias dart, front, back; eieeves ana b&itcb, wuuoub reuuiug. . ijessoni not' limited.". Dresses cut -and fitted." ft CM ivasii'jxYMaji. . , ; iapx! NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. L : .i.v '- - -- - -- . v,..ii "f,MMwr y -r ' LOOKINSHOWWINDOWOF FATTLBS & SBEAFER'S JEWELRY STORE And see the, largest display of watches ever made in this city. We make a specialty of watches and will give the best watch made for the money. Every one we sell Js guaranteed to be strictly as represented and must be so or money will be refunded. Whether you want a fine or cheap watch call and see.us at our NEW STORE, 37 FIFTH AVENUE. LOOK FOR OUR BIG CLOCK ON SIDE WALK, my8-MWF RUSTIC ROCKERS. At 33 SO. LAWN SETTEES. Bent and bolted. "Warranted to hold, P. C. Schoeneck, 7ULTBERTY ST. N. B. See our splint Porch Rockers at 51. niy5-W8u BANKRUPT .:. SALE CONTINUES Of the Dry Goods stock of J. R. ANDERSON, at 133 Federal street, bringing CONTINUAL CROWDS of eager purchasers enjoying and sharing the SPOT CASH purchase of Lace Curtains, '- Carpeting -AND- . iy Goods. Get your share of these bargains from T, M, LATIMER, 138 Federal St, Allegheny, Pa. my8-KWT8tt PAULSON BROTHERS. C R I C K E T & A T H L E T I C TENNIS OUTFITS. Caps, 60c; Belts, 50c; Blazers, $3 50 and JI; Knee Pants. 83 and S3 50; tJone Pants, S5; Silk Sashes, $2 50; Flannel Shirts, from SI 50: Silk Jersey Shirts, 54 to 57. English Tennis'and Lounging Suits. Made of best quality Enplish shrunk Fian- ueiB, iu uujpes ana piaic ds. The Groundwork is white, wth fine blue. brown or red stripes; Largest assortment of any house. Our own direct importation. See our complete English outfits, including cap, blazer, shirt, pants and belt, orily 510. -- PAULSON BROS., 441 WOOD STREET. v FivoT)oors from Fifth avenue, N. B. Mail orders sent C. O. D. to allparts of the United States. myS-MWT ANCHOR REMEDY COMP'NY, 829 LD3ERTX STREET, PITTSBURG-, PA. J. B. Golden, 6102 Butler street, city, says: "I was ablo to throw away my crutches after using one half a bottle of tha Anchor Rheu matic Remedy. I considermy cure marvelous and heartily indorse the remedy." Price 60c. We Would bo rlari tn havo von Civc the Anchor Sarsaparilla a trial. 'lis the ideal blood purifier, and is especially adapted enriching the blood and invigorating the sys tem. Our Beef. Wine and Iron Is also meeting the wants of the public 'Tisthe best tonic in the market, and we confidently recommend It as such. Our price of each 76 cents; six bottles 54. irvnr HOUSE-CLEANING TIME Is here. You will need curtains renovated and carpets cleaned. There Is but one place where yon can get them done in the best manner pos sible, and that is at CHAS. PFEIFER'S ALLEGHENY STEAM LAUNDRY. Offices in Pittsburg, 3Smitbfleld street, 191$ Carson street, and 100 Federal street, Alleghe y. Works, 353-389 Beaver avenue, Alle gheny. Telephone 261 . mh2S-MWF "PARIS-VISITORS INTENDING TO SEE J" the Exposition should apply- now to B. H. Willftn,169Rue Lafayette, who has comfort-, able roomi and good board at his ''Home From Homo;" prices moderate; goodi attendance; reference. . J; B. T., 1SS Stefebea St.', West End;: WIMH'-.tk ' ftwjliVl' 'Tt9w illy JX . I ijrf? VIM- NEW .ADVERTISEMENTS. BMABKABJ.E PMDD In the Basement Bargain Annex-r-Entrance just inside bur fifth avenue doors. i The enormous sale of Car pets by us since April I has .left manv broken lines and single pieces of Carpets in all grades, which, although de sirable in pattern and good in quality, we will not duplicate again. We have just put them into our Basement Annex at large reductions from our regular prices, to-wit: y Cotton Ingrains, 18 to 20c. Heavy' Cot. Ingrains, i 25 to 35,c. Extra (Super Unions, 40 to 50c. Extra Super Best, 55 to 65c. Tap. Brus., -lowest, 45 c. Body Brussels, - 85c. China Mattings, from 13 50 per roU (40 yds.) up. N. B. We have to-day placed on sale at a discount of 30 Per cent from recent prices alargelineof English Ingrain Art Squares of our own im portation. 0. McCLINTOCK & CO., 33 FIFTH AVENUE 33 my8 READ THIS CARD. IF YOU WANT FURNITURE THE PLACE TO BtTT 13 DAIN & DASCHBACH. THE TIME NOW. To appreciate the quality; and beauty of our Furniture, sec that displayed by aU other reliable dealers of Pittsburg and Al legheny before calling on us. COME POSTED. To gain the full value of the bargains we are offering, price the articles you want elsewhere, then see ours. We have the stock, Guarantee perfect satisfaction, and we will sell you anything you require in our line at prices bound to please. DAIN & DASCHBACH, 111 Smithfleld Bfc, Pittsburg, Pa. ap21-91-WTStt Bargains; WM, 8&MPU&U Your nAT-DT?TC A -Km r'TTOT' A TWSTV,lmvi Knpi-inl bargains n ifioso irnnds whlpli plete with some very marked bargains, Tunning through Body Brussels Carpets, 75c, 85c, 81 60o ever brought to this market: equal values in finer grades. New designs in 3-plies and Ingrains. Large lines Mattings for the warm weather, nau and Btair Carpets. Heif 1 Bugs in various sizes. Mats of every kind. Carpet Squares. Oil Cloths, 4-4, 5-4, 8-4 and 8-4 wide, at low prices. We pride ourselves on onr Lace Curtain display nothings like the values ever before shown in this market, 50c to 520 a pair; are our latest importation; extra good at Jl, really mado to sell at Jl 50. See the styles and qualities of pu? J jl 25. Si 50 82 and up to S3. ' Certainly for. genuine bargains these are unsurpassed. Turcoman and Chenille heavy Curtains and Portieres, J3 50 up. Silt and Oriental Cnrtaiasja JNew Jurtaln Xiace: lac up. .dew screens all colors. Curtain Poles and Trimmings SILKS AND DEESS GOODS Special offering of Black Dress Silks, from 50o and will not cut very superior qualities, Jl 50 ttf$2 BOi yard. Black double-twilled Sarahs, 62fo 75c; are special values. .Baratheas, Kadzimirs, MerveUleaux, and other new8 f.nm woo. s7i'.f ond si. Hninred Dress Silks. 50c ud. Soecial barcains. Bovals. at 90c. Plaid and Striped Surahs for combinations. 28-Inch plain and fancy India;, R.-ivi Kn o' r.-ix a.iin. ah .ninrs. 2S( plaids and stripes 50c all wool, rare novelties for combinations, up to 52 60 a yard. Better bargains than ever in the staple Cashmeres from 35c to SI 25 New opening of plaids, stripes, mixtures ana fancy weaves, 20c ana dyes: and our popular 46-inch wool Henriettas, 50c, 65c, up to 51 25. Cashmere, 45c up. prices. HOUSEFTJBNISHING GOODS Table Linens, 20c and 25e up; Cream and Bleached, 31c and 37Kc up. Our 50c Damasks are no with Nankins to match at eaually low figures. Colored Tablings, 20c and 25c np to SI. Special values in Towels, 8c, 10c, 120 weights 75c -90c 61 and up to finest Marseilles. Colored Mitcheline Qnilts at $1 50 are extra fine. Keady-made uolsters ana billows, iHattresses and Feathers at lowest prieesjj EoiTeiV'donrile a'nd trirjle-nlated Knives. Forks and Spoons. Steel Knives and Forks, with a great variety of kitchen utensils, .at lowe st prices. ' " HATS AND BONNETS An immense stock for this Week in every conceivable shape. You cannot fail to find what you want f.Mt tt),., oil L-indn. Wreathes. Boses. Snravs. Grasses, etc.. everything right for trimming, at prices to please. Eeady SPECIAL BAEGAINS in Spring Wraps of every kind. Cloth and Stockinette Cashmere Capes, Silk and Stnfl Suits, correct styles and low prices. ULUlUt) AJSXJ UAOXlJVl-Ei-0.0 "" Misses. Parasols and TTmbrellas. Latest things out. uorsets.ana jsusties. "Samples wnt on request. Mall orders promptly executed. iKriijXiiDyc MEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ' - i---i-y-ni--ij-ij- jt-iiij- j-j"WtJ"irui ' mm" " MEN'S and BOYS' AT MODERATE PRICES. Men's and Boys' Dress Shirts, laundried and tiBlaundried. - Men's and Boys' Linen' Collars and Cuds. Men's, and Boys' Night Shirts. Men's and Boys' Hosiery, Gloyes and Underwear. Men's and Boys' Neckwear. Men's and Boys' Suspenders. Men's and Boys' Jewelry. Men's and Boys' Flannel Shirts. Remember, NO FANCYPRICES. Our special displays during this week will be: Millinery, Spring Wraps and Jackets, Parasols and Umbrellas, Gloves and Hosiery, ' . Gentlemen's ' Furnishing Goods, Books and Musical Albums, House Furnishing Goods. In order to test the value of this paper as an advertis ing medium, we shall present to' any customer whose pur chase exceeds $i, and will bring this advertisement, a valuable souvenir. -$- Fleishman & Go's. MEW DEPARTMENT STORES, 504,506 and 508 Market st. PITTSBURG, PA. No charge for trimming in Mil linery Department, when materials are purchased here. DISPATCH. jnjg-D KID CLOVES. CAUTION I Kid Gloves bearing imitations of our Lacing Hooks are offered for sale. The genuine Foster Glove Hooks do not catch in Fringe, Laces, &&, nor accidentally unfasten. All Gloves with genuine Foster Lacings are stamped FOSTER'S PATENTS. Demand (heftiand see that you get them.. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. FOSTER, PAUL ft GO., Manufacturers) ':f-' ?' m!i31-55-wsu HAY 7, FURNISHING SMfc Opportunity to Save Money.' ami neavy vurtaiu uiaienai oy mu yuru. n muu ouwim, .iuik iau.c3 ii.uto, a. ,, in great variety, at right prices. Onr entire third floor devoted to these departments. Take nn. Flushes and Velvets. BOc ud. in everv -U.CU uuu JJUt" nu, ii.u.juuli o;ic kjj..u& yuusin .- .,-- -. -NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.. r- You Can't Judge THE VALUE OF CLOTHING FROM THE LOOKS ONLY. It is something like human beings in that respect It requires long acquaintance -with men to know them well; it requires long dealing with your outfitter to learn whether or not bis statements as well as his goods can be relied Upon. Have.you tried us? If not, ask any of your friends that have. Then, come and look through our complete assortment of whatever you may need in Clothing or Hats for any size or age. We are confi dent you will save money if you da -- & Tailors, Mips ai Hatters, 161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny. "frfrfr-frfr0frO myS-wrsn FOR TEN DAYS' 'tCljlLlltbllCTIOJWLt Lamps, Cut Glass, Bronzes, Clocks, Art Potteries and Household China. Our entire stock at bargain prises for ten days only. THE J. P. SMITH LampyG!ass & China Con 935 Penn Avenue. mjS-wrsa BE CAREFUL When Making Your Purchases, and by Doing Sol You Will This can only be done by purchasing reputation, xiaving ic, we are Douna to our goods are recommended, bait will pay you well to deal with us. NOW IS YOUB TIME TO BUY, As there is but very little time now left and make your selections. By paying a pack the goods and store them for you without It costing you a cent. Besides that, ; you now have the choice of all the newest and best patterns and designs in the house, and it is full of them. Hurry, now, and get the attention paid you that can j not be given when we have become busy. Lovely New Parlor Suits. Elegant Neio Bedroom Suits. New Carpets. New Rugs. New Druggets. New Goods. Everything new, from the highest to in our nouse can, De Dougnt eitner for' CASH OR TORY HOPPER BROS. & CO., 307 WOOD STREET, BET. SOLE AGENTS FOR THE "NEW HIGH ARM" DAVIS SEWIl MACHINE. Passenger Elevator. Open Saturdays "Until lO o'oloolc mhlO-wrstt.. 1889. xrit niihTitn In gee. knowing it will save VOU and 51 23. These are perfect models of beauty. The best line of Tapestry Brussels atfi up. Good Gros Grains, 65c, 75o and 87Wc. color. New dress fabrics opening daily at a .44c. uur uiacs. trooas .bcsiuu op. -u. Nua'a Veilings, Drap d' Almas, Albatross, Jackets, Newmarkets, Beaded Capes, Jerseys, - ssnyeni NEW ABTEXTISEMESTS. THAT WE AEE THE -or- WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA, Audit is a well-known fact that we carry , the Largest Stock of Untrimmed Hats, tho Largest Stock of Bibbons and the Largest' Stock of Flowers. That the prettiest -Trimmed Bonnets and Hats In town are to.-" be found in the handsomely appointed show rooms of Styles the Latest, Workmanship the Best and Prices the Most Popular s CLOAKS AND WRAPS. r Ladles' Fancy Cloth Jackets, tailor' made, SI 69. Feasant Garments, new shades. ST 49. Embroidered Cashmere Fichus at SI 49. Flannel Tennis Blouses, large assortment; & 99. SILKS. Fancy Figured China Silks at 42c a yard. Black Gros Grain Dress Silk at 74o a yard. Black Faille Francaisse Silk at S9c a yard. Colored Satin de .Leon at 79c a yard. DRESS GOODS. 21-inch Persian Challles, 6c a yard. Elecant Dress Satines, 8?ic a yard. Best quality Dresa Ginghams, Tc a yard. Black and Colored Henrietta Cloth, 25c a yd. pLvshes. 1,000 Pieces Silk Plushes, aU new shades. Ma a yard. APRONS. ladies' Muslin Aprons, best ralao in town, at' j 18c INFANTS' OUTFITS. Infanta' Embroidered Cashmere Short Coat atJIZt Infants' Embroidered Cashmere (Cream) Long Cloaks at SI 29. Lace, Embroidered and Corded Caps, in ex quisite and pretty designs, at 21c,- 49c and 74c. BZOUSEFURNISHINGS. (Basement.) A large, varied and most extensive assort ment of Tin, Wooden, Iron and Agats warej colored and plain Glassware and Crockery, to which we direct, special attention as being ex ceptional bargains, and proenraelo only of ns. All children accompanied by their parent? and visiting this department get a pretty Japanese Kite free. k SHOE SUCCESSOBS TO MORRIS H. DANZIGER. SIXTrT ST. AND PENN AVCNUCl myS-HWl" P ATEHT'S Oj D. LEVIS. Solicitor of Patents. 131 Fifth avenne, above SmithgektnextLaadeC, office. (No delay.) TEstablishedajyeara.! gezv-niu Save Money. of a good, reliable firm, and we have thatfS Keep iu uur prices are tne lowest ana au.. before the busy season starts. Come now small amount down, you know !hatwe will'! the lowest, and don't forget that anything EASY PAYMENTS. THIRD AND FOURTH AVES,; wm, smpws, dollars if VOU do SO. Onr stocks are COUHl H""" uu i ututuauu. uu.u v.uu,j elevator. 1 24-incb, Jl, $1 12V and 51 25. Pure Salts very close prices. Elegant French iabricV. and Henriettas, all wool and silk warp, J great many noyeiues, weaves au nrsi-ciassj Serges, Grenadines, etc., honest goods at' cash! v . V j really sold at 65c. Full 7-4 wide, 73e anfe and up. White Quilts, iull sizes, extra! or what is becoming. Bibbons, all colors! trimmed Hats and Bonnets added dailv.. $ Silk and Cashmere Wraps, Embroidered- a .'.- sfi a,.-. ..uuu uuuntin lur aUSOlCS U3 ' , ,- . ' , kV (i -f. .'' . .r. ..-!- -t" J7T-t vM-T t .' i..:wiu:tht:.&'nn J....V. &&