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Rw' " THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, I SUNDAY.
FEBRUARY 1890. 5 '22t' : i , ym. . J FAMING THE EMBERS Portuguese Newspapers Bent on Stir ring up Strife Once More. FIEBCE ATTACKS ON ENGLAND. Earniim Bavins a Picnic With a Big Bitch of Old American Jokes. COMEDIAN TOOLE IX GKCAT DEMAND. Xine Doclcrs Utterly Foil to Kill the Bit J line of Spain. Portugnese newspapers are trying to fan the embers of hate of the English into a fierce fire once more. Foreign sympathy, though, that was promised, is assuming no tangible shape. Barnum is having lots of fun retailing old American jokes to the British public Uine doctors have failed to kill the young King of Spain. fBT C1BU TO THI SISrATCH.t LojfDOjr, February 1. Copyright. The Anglo-Portuguese dispute is at a stand still, Salisbury having declined all discus sion on the general question until he shall have received proof that the Portuguese have carried out their promised evacuation of the Shire Highlands and the Upper Zam besi districts. In Portugal the newspapers are doing their best to fan the flame of anti English hatred, and with some amount of success. The latest proposal is lor a national compact pledging every man not to defile himself by shaking an Englishman's hand, and every Portuguese woman not to dis honorherself by listening to the addresses of nn English lover. Here is a specimen from the Lisbon newspapers: It is our first dutT to our children to teach them to bate the accursed spawn of Norman and Saxon pirates, and to crow up to avenge the affront given to tueir fatners. Villains! Villains, all! And if the squadron of these wretches dare enter our Tagus to affront us for being poor in warships and to threaten us with their guns let tbe people, withont heslta tion, make prisoners the whole English colony, sparing neither women nor children, and tell the Admiral that if one bombshell falls in Lis bon, every one of these hostages will be put to det& -without an hour's delay. The wretches may then do their worst Lisbon will not have died without wreaking vengeance. Patriots are continually reminded that no judge nor jury would convict them for any offense committed against an Englishman. Nevertheless not a single British throat has yet been cat, and there has been scarcely a single instance of actual mistreatment Meanwhile the foreign sympathy and assist ance of which the Lisbon papers confidently assured the people has assumed no tangible shape. Prince Bismarck remains dumb, the Austrian Foreign Office has formally taken England's side, and the American evolu tionary squadron, which Portugal believed night have protected the Tagus against British war vessels, has gone to Toulon in stead. HOUBNING FOR THEIR SON. Impressive Celebration of tbe Annivenarr of Prince Rudolph' Death. IBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCB.1 Losdon, February L The Emperor and Empress of Austria have been in mourning this week, and both observed Thursday, the first anniversary of their son Budolph's sui cide, us sacred. The hunting chateau at Meyerling, in which the tragedy took place, has been transformed into a monastery, and the wing in which Budolph died is now a chapel, the altar of which stands where the Prince's bed once stood. The Emperor went alone, at 8 o'clock in the morning, to the Capuchin Church in Vienna, where the body lies, and descended into the vaults, preceded by the monks bearing lighted candles. His Majesty's face was very pale, and he sobbed bitterly as he slowly walked to the Prince's sarcophagus. There he knelt down and silently prayed. The devotion seemed to compose him, for when he rose he was perfectly calm, and no longer wept. Belore leaving he kissed the sarcophagus, and sprinkled holy water on the tombs of his mother and first-born daughter. At 10 o'clock the Emperor and Empress and their daughter Valerie proceeded to Meyerling. The ladies were dressed in the deepest mourning, and both wept bitterly. They heard mass in the little chapel, and afterward returned home, but at the dead of night the Empress went to the Capuchin church and wept and prayed at her dead eon's tomb. CHAMPION KOT KOW A CHAMPION. Bli Old Supporters Have No More Use for Him. IBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.! London. February L The split in the ranks of tbe London Socialists was empha sized last night at a public meeting held in Southwark Hall in support of the eight hour movement One attraction was a promised speech by Henry Champion, once almost an Anarchist, but now a more moder ate Socialist and editor of a weekly newspaper, tbe Labor Elector. A thousand Socialists packed the hall, but they would not listen so unampion, wuo was denounced as a traitor and Tory pensioner. Champion tried to defend his conduct, but commencing with tbe admission that he was an intimate friend of one Haltman Barry, a notorious Tory agent and wire puller, he was howled down", and narrowly escaped persons! violence. Two or three years ago Champion's in fluence among British Socialists was almost paramount He was formerly an officer in Her Majesty's artillery, and is an able, although not very strong-headed, man. To his influence is attributed tbe secession of John Burns from the ranks of the extreme Socialists. IN BP1TE OF NINE DOCTORS The Tonne Spanish King;' Recovery is Now Thought Assured. BT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.l LONDON, February L The Spaniards jhavenot yet ceased celebrating KingAl Jfonso's recovery, which, in view of the fact 'that nine doctors were in attendance, they have no doubt was miraculous. Whenever the Queen Begent appears in public, she is frantically cheered as the mother-nurse who saved the King, and during the week a great many Te Deurai have been snng throughout the kingdom. Yesterday 3,000 grandees filed through the throne room be fore the Queen Begent to prove their loyalty, and addresses were presented from the Senate, Congress and other public bodies. The Queen lives for her son, snd the Loyalist demonstrations have made ber very happy, but party passions rage, fiercely as ever, and tbe politicians are making feverish preparations tor the general election, which they believe imminent AG0P PASHA PLAIED 0DT. The Turkish Financial Minister Can't Keep Up With Drmands. !BT CABLE TO TBS DISPATCO.1 London, February L The Turkish budget, ordered in a moment of enthusiasm by the Sultan, has not proved sufficiently symmetrical to the royal eye, and it has therefore been decorously added to the Fi nance Minister's archives. The Sultan's ad Titers ate quarreling amonc themselves, each beine unable to obtain iunds for bis departmental expenses, and only a moiety of his personal salary. Worse than all, Agop Pasha, the Minister of Finance, cannot keep pace with the de mands from the palace, and the general opinion is that Atop is played out. BARNUM IN CLOYER. The American bbowman Findi a Good riace to Work OflTu Lot of Chest nut Joke Hard to Com prchead. IBT CABLE TO THE DISM.TCH.1 London, February 1. Phineas Taylor Barnum, seated npon a dais in a Japanese room of the Earl of Aberdeen's residence, in Grosvenor square, and affably relating cer tain of the incidents of his life, was the spectacle that brought a hundred or two aristocrats together on Thursday aiter noon. It is due to the great Baruum to say that he seemed quite himself although there were present, aside from the Earl and his Countess, Sir Francis and Lady Seymour, Lady "Wolse ley, Lady Tweedmoutb, Lady Foley, Sir John Fouler, Sir Pryce Prycejones, two members ot Parliament, Leopold De Roths child and any number of other swells. Bar num took them all into his confidence. He told them which one of his relatives was a butcher, which one a shoemaker, and which one a stage driver in the most genial style. It was a goodly sight to see Britain's no bility strncgle with the American joke. Barnum told them about his first adventure in the chow business when he started ont to find a dog with two tails that a neighbor had seen in an adjacent village only to find that the dog the neighbor described had been seen coming out of a tanyard, and one of the said tails, which had originally belonged to a cow, was in his mouth. There was blank silence and much consternation on the British brow when the story was con clnded, but after Barnum got half way through the next story the joke began to dawn upon that audience, and when the sec ond story was finished they were laughing gleefully at the first one. Barnum worked off many chestnuts of early America upon thoi-e Britishers, and they enjoyed tbe oldest best In the inter vals ol story telling Mrs. Sbaw whistled, Shortis, the American banjoist, operated upon that instrument, and in the end every body was delighted and Barnum greater than ever. Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone at tended the great moral show on Thursday evening, and were highly entertained there with. Barnum tried to get Gladstone to promise to come to the World's Fair in 1893, but the Grand Old Man refused to commit himself to the project THE EED MAN FAR FROM HOME. Buffalo BUI and HI Indian Taking- In tho Continent. JBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH. London, February 1. Nate Saulsbury is in London, having left the Wild West show in Naples. He says that Cody and the Indians will visit Florence, Borne and Milan, in Italy, and then come up through Austria, Germany and Belgium to the En glish Channel. Saulsbury is arranging dates for the Wild West in London and the provinces, and he says the show will do England thoroughly before re turning to America, With regard to the charges of unfair dealing made by Frank Thompson, of the syndicate that took the Wild west to Paris, Saulsbury will say very little. He asserts that he has a com plete refutation ready when the time comes tor it "I will say this," he said, "the syndicate's President was with the show all the time in Pans, and the boots were always open to his inspection, and we made money in Paris. For anything further you must apply to John 11. Dospassos, attorney of the syndi cate." The President of the syndicate was T. C. Crawford, formerly a journalist GERMAN WORKMEN PLEASED. They Ltko the Appointment of Freiherr Berlepich to Succeed Btamnrok. rBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.! London, February 1. Workmen in Ger many are much gratified at the Emperor's selection of Freiherr Berlepsch us Minister of Commerce and Industry in succession to Prince Bismarck, resigned. The new Min ister, during the great coal strikes in the Bheinish districts, last summer, proved a good friend to the poor miners, and was almost their only champion in high places. But for him, military martinets would have treated the strikers as rebels, and it was through his tact and energy that the strike was finally brought to an end. Tbe Emperor has bad several conferences with Berlepscb, and invited him to supper, the other night The immediate result is expected to be that the mining department will be separated from the Ministry of Public Works, and placed under the con trol of the Ministry of Commerce. 100LE IN GBEAT DEMAND. A Men! of Some Kind for Him Every Hour In tbe Day. IBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.l London, February L When Toole sails for Australia tbe last of the month he will be in the condition ot an artificially fat tened goose provided he lives to sail at all. Since his return from the Provinces the popular comedian has had scarcely a single day without alimentary entertainment of some sort, either breakfast, luncheon, din ner or supper, with often two or three or all four. This week he was dined by the Campbell, Praed and Garrick, Arundel, Savage and Bons Freres clubs. Next week the Green Boom Club gives him a big din ner, and he has dinners or suppers for every other night in the week. All the tickets for the great public ban quet at the Hotel Metropole, on tbe 12th inst, have been sold for two weeks. And still invitations to Toole are coming in from all sides. A RACE AND A BRIDE WON. Eomantlc Elopement of n Millionaire's Daughter From a Convent. New York, February 1. The marriage of Miss Mary B. Hoyt, the daughter of Million aire Robert Hoyt, of Shrewsbury, N. J., to Charles V. Billings, of Hoboken, which took place before Justice of the Peace Seymour, at Hoboken, on Thursday, revealed a charming little romance. Mr. Billings, who is 25 years of age, is the owner of Count Luna, Leander and other racing horses, and has been very success ful. His horse Leander won on Thursday from a field of good horses, although Mr. Billings was not present A trusted agent placed a good sum on the horse for Mr. Billings, who re marked as be gave him tbe money: "It ought to be a good day for Leander to win, as It is my wedding day." The odds against the horse were 60 to 1. and the bride received tbe winning as a wedding present Miss Hoyt is an heiress in her own right and when she reaches 21 years of age will have sole charge of f 100,000 left to ber from the estate of her uncle, bhe is 20 years of age and a pretty brunette. Mr. Billings and she have been lovers from chilbood. Fonr jears ago her father received information which led him to believe she was about to elope with Billings. He taxed her with her affection for tbe yonng horseman and forbade ber to receive his atten tions. She refused to cive up ber lover, bow ever, and to remove her from his Influence Mr. Hoyt send her to the convent at Emmittsburg, Md. On last Wednesday she received permission from tbe sisters In charge of the convent to visit her home ou the pretext that her father was 11L a telegram to that effect having been received by the sisters. When Miss Hoyt stepped from the train at Jersey City Mr. Bill lncs was waiting for her at tbe depot, and they proceeded immediately to tbe home of his pa rents In Hoboken. Tbence tbey went to the of fice or Justice of tbe Peace Seymour, who per formed the ceremony. They returned to the Billings homestead, where a telegram awaited the bridecroom. informinc him that his horse Leander had won at long odds. News of the marriage was telecraphed to Mr. Hoyt, whohas f oi given tho lovers and will have a home near h's own In readiness for tbem as quicklyaspos- Captnln KnflVrly Barlrrf. The body of Captain James Bafferty was buried in St Mary's Cemetery yesterday. Bev. Father Wall, or the Cathedral, preached the funeral sermon. Th pall bearers veze rivermen. SOMETHING UNUSUAL The President Scored Once More by Senator Farwell, Who WAS ONE OF GKESHAM'S CAPTAINS. The Entire Illinois Delegation Ignored by the Executive. FARWELL SAIS IT MEANS DISRUPTION Of the Party cf Which He and President Harrison Are Members. Senator Farwell says that Clark's appoint ment as Collector of the Port at Chicago was confirmed with his consent He thought it of no use to have the President's appoint ment not confirmed. He says that Harrison has it in for him because tbe latter led a Gresham delegation at tbe Chicago Conven tion. Washington, February 1. Senator Farwell was questioned this evening, as to the truth of the statement that the nomina tion of Mr. Clark as Collector of tbe Port of Chicago was confirmed by the Senate in executive session last Thursday. "Yes," replied the Senator, "Mr. Clark has been confirmed." "And with your consent," was asked. "Yes. I was not, however, in the Senate at the time, but I consented to it I could, no doubt have defeated the confirmation, but it would have availed nothing; it would have resulted in punishing a worthy citi zen, that is all. AN TNTSTAIi PROCEEDING. "The President's nomination of Mr. Clark," Mr. Farwell continued, "was a verv astonishinc and unusual proceeding. and in making it he wholly ignored tbe wishes of the Illinois delegation, and acted in a very strange manner toward them. He did not even consult any one of tbem. Mr. Campbell was not only the choice of the entire delegation, but he was undoubtedly the choice of the people, and I construe President Harrison's action in this matter, his reiusal to appoint Mr. Campbell, as a deliberate affront, and no doubt he intended it as such." "How do you explain the President's ac tion?" was asked. MILK IN THE COCOANUT. "Why, I happened to be the Chairman of the Illinois delegation in the last National Convention, and held the delegation solid for a number of ballots for Judge Gresham. I can see no other cause for his action. He seems to think that the offices belong to him personally, and not to the people. Mr. Lincoln thought otherwise. Mr. Campbell was Chairman of our campaign committee, and devoted months ot his time and bis whole local energies for tbe election of Mr. Harrison. Mr. Clark did not do this. But then, this is Mr. Har rison's way of rewarding political friends. I regret that he entertains such notions for it results in a disruption of the party to which he and I belong. "It seems to me," continued the Senator, "that it is the dnty of those holding im, portant official positions to try and carry ou the will of the people, but in this mattert Mr. Harrison has wholly ignored them, and so far as I remember, this is the first in stance in which the wishes of the entire dele gation in Congress irom any State has been so completely disregarded." CARLISLE NOT TO BLAME. Mr. Randall Defends His Collens;uo ou the Utiles Committee. Washington, February 1. Mr. Ran dall bas made for publication a statement that tbe effort made to blame Mr. Carlisle for the non-reporting of rules from the Committee on Bules, is ridiculous. Mr. Carlisle, he says, is one of a minority, not responsible for the action of the committee, and that Mr. Carlisle, to his (Randall's) knowledge, and with bis concurrence and authority, has been ever ready to meet and act as a minority. Sllcott Not In Terrebonne. Washington, February 1. Ex-Sergeant at Arms Leedom has received a tele gram from the Mayor of Terrebonne, Canada, saying that Silcott has not been in that place, and adding that no family of the Thiebault is known there. Mr. Leedom is still without information as to Silcott's whereabouts. Mnrrinso Licenses Grunted Yesterday. Nine. Beildeses. (John Jsxkoosky Braddoek I Annafetepak , Braddoek (Andy Varga McKeesport ( Barbara Zeleznlk McKeesport (John Baric Pittsburg ( Catharine fapa l'ltuburg (John Fen&r Homestead Anna Kuprlva Homestead ( Stephen Msxlrsky McKeesport J Maris TomVo McKeesport ( Frank S. bbook Allegheny I Annie M. Johuston Allegheny ( Francis Gillespie Sharpsburg borough J Mary Duffy Pittsburg (Thomas Thomas Duquesne ( Lydle Fix Homestead (Frank Antrohins l'lttstrarg IMollleMentz Jeannette (Thomas A. Cunningham Pittsburg (busan bhane . Leechburg ( Henry Mohr Allegheny Katie Kcick Allegheny (IVm. Wetland Pittsburg (Kate Bosch Pittsburg (Michael C. 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It gives strength and vigor to the whole body, restores and sharpens the appetite; in short, makes tho weak strong. "My daughter received much benefit from the use of Hood's Sarsaparllla as an excellent tonic after a protracted attack of bronchial pneumonia." Kev. F. H. Adams, New Hart ford, Conn. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggists. 11; six for J5. Prepared only by C. L HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mass. 100 Doses One Dollar DR. I. S. WAUGAMAN, DENTIST, 311 Smithfleld street Gold fillings $1 00 and up White alloy fillings 1 00 Silver fillings 75 Amalgnm fillings 50 Extracting teeth 25. Adminlsterlng gas 0 Fine gold filling and gold crown work a spe- TEETH, $6, 18 and 110. " Work guaranteed equal to any In the city. ' e2-70 , New Hprlnjr Goods. Our line now ready. Enable & Shcsiib, 35 Fifth are. died. ALSBACH On Saturday, February J, 1890, Emilia, daughter of F, G. and Marietta Alsbach, aged i months. Interment private BAKKETT On Wednesday. January 15. 1890, at her home, Freeport, Om JESSIE 63., wife of John T. Barrett, aced 28 years. BLTJMLINU-On Friday, January 31, at 10 a. m.. Katherina, relict of the late Peter Blnmllng, aged 63 years. Funeral from her late residence. Main street, Sharpsburg, on SUNDAY. February 2, at 4 P. X. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 BOMD-On Friday, January 81, 1890, at 5 IP. M., Jons, husband of Mranio Bond, in bis ioth year. Funeral from bis late residence, No. 6017 Center avenue, East End. on Sunday. Feb ruary 2. at 2 P. M. Central Lodge No. 42, Sons of St. George, and friends of tho family are re spectfully Invited to attend. 2 CARSON-On Friday. January 81, 1890, at 6 P. M., HUGH CARSON, Sr., aged 77 years. Funeral services at his late residence, No. 78 Fulton street, on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. CARSON On Friday. January 31, 189a at 1.30 A. jr., Ella, youngest daughter of William and the late Margaret Carson, aged 19 years I months 16 days. Funeral services on Sunday at 3 P. M-, at tbe Fifth U. P. Church, Irwin avenue, Allegheny, Dr. J. W. Witherspoon. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 FULTON-On Saturday, February 1, 1690, at 12.10 p. it., James Fulton, aged 68 years and 2 months. Funeral from his late reiidence. No. 1 Shields alley, Allegheny, on Monday at 3 P. M. Friends of tho family aro respectfully invited to attend. FINN On Saturday, February L 1890, at 10.30 P. M., John, son of John and Maggie Finn, nee 0"Toole,',from dlphtberia,aged 2 years and 4 months. Funeral from his parents' residence. Main street. West End, on Monday, February 3, at 2p.m. 2 GORDON On Saturday, February 1. at 12.30 P. H., Maey, wife of W. L. Gordon, aged 31 years. Funeral Monday, February 3, at 2 p. M., from late residence, 32 Central street Alle gheny City. Friends of the family are respect fully invited to attend. 2 GODFBEY At the residence of her parents, No. 17 Monterey street Alleeheny. Saturday evening, February 1, 1890, at 9 40, MARY CLARK, daughter of Edward C. and Laura, Dickson Godfrey, aged 6 months and 2 days. Interment at Sewickley. 2 HARPER On Baturday, February 1, 1890, at 8-10 p. H., Mary A, only daughter of Isaac and Ann Harper, aged 22 years 4 months and 21 days. Asleep in Jesus. Funeral from the Eleventh U. P. Church, Main street, Thirty-sixth ward, on Monday, February 3, at 2 1. St. Friends and members are respectfully invited to attend. Birmingham, England, papers please copy. 2 KELLOGG At Sewickley, Pa., on Satur day, February 1. Alfred H., son of the Rev. S. H. Kellogg, of Toronto. Canada. Funeral from the residence of Mrs. H. W. Macrum, Frederick avenue, Sewickley, on Sunday, February 2,upon the arrival of train, leaving Union station, Pittsburg, at 2 p. m., Eastern Standard time. Interment private. LOCKHART On Thursday, January SO, 1890. at 7 P. 1L, at tbe residence of his mother, 412 Pearl street, Ralph MoClintook Lockhart, aged 25 years 9 months 15 dags. Funeral from St. Paul's M. E. Church, Sloomfield. Sunday, February 2, at 3 p. M. Friends of the family aro respectfully invited to attend. 2 MORTO On Friday. January 31, 1890, at 3 P. M., at the residence of his brother-in-law. Dr. J. D. Bell, Benton avenue. Eleventh ward, Alle gheny, William K. Murto, son of W. J. Murto, in his 30th year. Funeral on Monday morning, February 8. High mass of requiem at St Andrew's R. O. Church, Allegheny, at 9 A. u. Interment pri vate. 3 McCLELLAND On Saturday. February 1, 1S90, at 2 a. m., William McClelland, in the Min year oi nis age. Funeral from his late residence, 87 Pennsyl vania avenue, Alleeheny, on MONDAY, Febru. ary 8, at 10 A. m. Friends of tho family are re spectfully invited to attend. PKTTIGRl2W-At No. 18 Anderson street, Allegheny, Charles Pettiqrew. Funeral services will be held at his late resi dence to-day (Sunday) at 3 P. M. PATTERSON On Saturday. February 1, 1890, at 9 O'clock P. M., JAMKS FlNDLAY PAT TERSON, aged 35 yea's. Funeral from tbe residence of S.E.Carothers, 620 Fifth avenue, McKeesport, on Monday at 2 o'clock. 2 PINKERTON-On Saturday, February 1. 1890. at 130 p. H., WlLBERT J eldest son of R. J. and Margaret Fiukerton, In the 21th year of bis age. Funeral from bis late residence, 190 Jackson street Allegheny, on Monday, February 3, at 1:S0 P. M. ROBERTSON On Thursday, January SO, 1890, at 3 o'clock A. m.. Robert Robertson, Jr., in tbe 35 h year of his age. Funeral services at his late residence, Stan ton avenue, Millval? borough, Sunday, Feb ruary 2, at 2 o'clock P. M. Friends of the fam. ily are respectfully invited to attend. Inter ment private at a later hour. 3 RIGBY On Friday, January 31, 1890. at 1 p. m., Kate Rigby (nee Vight), wife of Wm. E. Rich, aged 26 years. Funeral from ber late resldence.106 Monterey street, Allegheny, on Monday at 2 p. w. Friends of tbe family are respectfully invited to attend. 8HEEHAN On Saturday, February 1. 1890, at bis home at Fort Ferry, Patrick Shee han, in his 63d year. Funeral at 9 o'clock Monday morning, February 8, from St. Thomas' Church, Brad dock. Friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend. SATJLTERS On Friday, January 31. 1890, at 11 o'clock A. m., Mrs. Frances, widow of John Saulters, aged 65 years. Funeral from her late residence, 37 Killbuck street, Allegheny City, on Sunday after noon at 2 o'clock. Friends ot the family are respectfully invited to attend, 2 ANTHONY MEYER, (Successor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Lira.,) UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER. Office and residence, 1134 Penn avenue. Tele phone connection. mylO-69-MWFSu JAMES M. FDLLERTON. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER, No. 6 Seventh Street. Telephone 1153. ap27-82-wi'Su MONEY. A pocket full cf money amounts to little after health is gone. 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HIMMELRICH'S, Market St., Entrance 430-436, Braddoek House, 916 Braddoek Ave. fe2.WTflu REMOVAL SALE This great sale still on. Moro and greater bargains every day. Don't delay, but come at once. No old or trashy goods, out the very best and cleanest ata savlnc of z5 to 75 per ce2t. We call special attention this week to our EMBROIDERIES. This entire stock of new and beautiful goods are marked way below cost. We cannot give prices, there are too many. Come and see them, it will pay you well. SPECIAL DRIVES IN Huck and Damask Towels At 12Kc, Knotted Fringe, 19t 29o and 35c worth double. Special Drives in Jackets at $3, Formerly $5 and $10, Splendid Shapes and Finish. Misses' and Children's Cloaks Are selling rapidly. The prices they are marked canses it. Many beautiful garments still on hand, but they will not be here long. CORSETS AT HALF PRIOR Not all makes, but some of the very best. BARGAINS SIMILAR EVERY DEPARTMENT. TO ABOVE IN A.G.CAMPBELL&SOHS 710 Ponn avenue, 710. PENN BUILDING, 27 Fifth avenue after April L ja2g.Tursu BOSTON NOVELTY STORE, 406 and 408 Wood Street. THE GREATEST BARGAIN STORE IN PITTSBURG. "LOOK ATOUR PRICES FOR THIS WEEK." Crystal and amber vinegar bottles 6c. Decorated china fruit saucers 6c. Crystal glass salt shakers 3c. Plain glass tumblers 2c. Banded glass tumblers 3c. Crystal glass decanters, engraved, 10c. Howell's ammonia water 7c Putz pomade 5c. Gilt band cup and saucer 10c. Glass set (four nieces) SOc White granite handle cup and saucer 5c Brush brooms 5c. Child's silverlne table tray, with spring, 10c Seven-pin hat rack 6c Towel rollers 6c. Three-arm towel race Ec Wood chopping bowl 6c Tin cuspador, assorted colors, only 6c Two-quart covered pall, only 6c One-pound tea or coffee can, only 6c Large wood water pail, only 10c Bpnnges 6c and 10c Eight-quart dish pan, only 10c wasiiDoara, only luc onlv 10c Flat irons, 6, 7 and 8 pounds, only 25c Set of Irons, wood handle (three in set), only Jl, Cedar watnrpall three brass hoops, only 25c Iron spiders, only 20c Enamelled lined kettles 25c to 75c Glass hand lamp, only 10c Flf ty-slx piece decorated tea set. only S2 89. Ten-ptece decorated toilet set VI 75. Holland window curtains, with fixtures, 25c Thousands of dolls and vases from So to li Call and examine our stock. No trouble to show goods. H. G. HAYDEN SL CO. Ja26-wsu O. D. TjEVIH. Rnllr.ltnr of Ptntl tiflHlf ft s - iiliM I I D mw 811 Fifth avenue, above Bmlthneld. next Leader I office. (No delay.) Established 20 yean. I ie25-60 HEW ADVERTISEMENTS. DANZIGER'S THE MONEY SAVING STORES FOR THE PEOPLE. -- SPECIAL and IMPORTANT to every man in the two cities. A startling bargain sale of the FAMOUS Quaker City Shirts (of Philadelphia). 3,500 of these grand cus tom made Shirts now on sale. Big men will find just what they want right here, as the sizes run up to iSj4 inches. Come quickly if you want them, as the quantities are limited. The maker's price on these 'popular Shirts is from $18 to $27 per dozen. We offer you your choice of the entire lot at 75c EACH. 75c EACH. Our grand Bargain Sale of Ladies' Fine Aprons is creating wide spread atten tion. We offer 500 dozen fine Cambric and Swiss Aprons; over 15 neat and pretty de signs to select from and usual ly sold at 35c and 50c each; your choice 24c each. Also 500 dozen elegant em broidered Aprons; 20 new and pretty designs to select from, and goods usually sold at 75c and $1 each; your choice 49c each. CONTESrUED. Our special sale of Ladies' Muslin Underwear, Embroi deries and Torchon Laces. Exceptional values at our world famed popular low prices. DANZIGER'S POPULAR STORES, Sixth Street and Penn Ave. fe3 TEETH, $5, $8, $10. Gold fillings from SI uo. Amalgaig, SOc; Rilrer, 75c; white alloy, SL Gold Crowns a specialty. J3B. J. M. McCLAEEN. Corner Bmitnfleld and Fourth, arenue. JeS-TTSU 30, THIRTY Have arrived this week for our new store, embrac ing all that is STYLISH, ODD, ARTISTIC and NOVEL in the Furniture line. OUR CARPET, RUG-, LACE CURTAIN . and PORTIERE DEPARTMENTS are full of the latest patterns known to the cunning of the Orientals. e -91 SDK1? tuH mU2tas5SKls$' H Come to our store this week and be prepared to see our matchless cargoes of beauties. You will be heartily welcomed to the LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE ::: '::: HOUSE FURNISHING EMPORIUM in the State. HOUSEHOLD CREDIT CO. 723 and 725 LIBERTY STREET. Corner Eighth street, head of Wood. Acknowledged Champions of Low Prices and Easy Terms. ZeMO-fi SEW ADVERTISEMZHTR. SPECIAL. SPECIAL A PLAIN STATEMENT. Our stock of OVERCOATS is still too large and in preference to carrying them until next season we will make this extraordinary offer: UNTIL FEBRUARY 15 YOU MAY TAKE YOUR CHOICE OF 30 PER The regular marked price this is a money-losing venture to us, but we are determined to convert all sur plus stock. Until February 15 only Overcoat prices will be as follows: $ s Overcoats for $ 3 50. 10 Overcoats for $ 7 00. 15 Overcoats for gio 50. 20 Overcoats for $16 00. And other prices at the same rate. Some memorable bargains also in Men's, Boys' and Children's SUITS, PANTS, HATS, CAPS" AKJ UNDERWEAR. Taflors, ClotMers aid Halters, 161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny. re2-wrsu No Fear of Grippe Need be felt by those who keep tbe blood pore and vigorous with Ayer's Sarsaparllla It mikes the weak strong. Prostration is tbe most characteristic and serious symptom of tbe prevailing disease. It is daring this debilitated condition of tbe body that bronchitis, pneu monia, typhoid, and malaria fatten upon the patient. Be careful and not allow tbe system to run down. Frerentlon is better than cure. "Ayer's Sarsaparilla is just tbe thing for pa tients recovering from the grippe." J. J. & M. "Wilkinson, Druggists, Kerhonkson, N, Y. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Prepared by Dr. J. C Ayer 4 Co., Lowell, Mtsu Price 81; six bottles, 55. "Worth 85 a bottle. ja2&86 CARLOADS, 30 "'""WM.Hh.lfa. Strassburger&Joseph KEW ADVERTISEMENTS. SPECIAL REDUCTION SALE ALSO 07 Plated :: Silver :: Wara FOB THIS WEEK ONLY. Carving Sets Best Quality, In Handsome Plash Cases. Beduced from $ 4 25 to $2 50 a set. Beduced from ? 6 75 to W 00 a set. Seduced from 9 7 60 to $4 50 a set. Beduced from ?10 00 to $6 00 a set. White Handled Knives. Hew Style Plated Blades. Beduced from $10 00 to $6 00 a doren. Beduced from $ 9 50 to 5 00 a dozen. Beduced from 512 00 to J3 00 a dozen. ROGERS' 01 D lie mm Water Pitchers. Beduced from $18 90 to $10 00. Beduced irom $11 00 to j 5 00. Bedueed from 812 00 to S 6 SO. Beduced from $16 00 to $ 9 50. Beduced from $ 8 00 to i 60. Casters. Beduced from $7 00 to $3 CO each. Beduced from $6 00 to $3 00 each. Beduced from jo 0C to 82 60 each. Beduced from 58 70 to f4 35 each. Beduced from $4 00 to $2 00 each. Beduced from J6 60 to $3 30 each. Fruit Dishea Beduced from $16 00 to $10 00 each. Beduced from $ 6 30 to $ 3 50 each. Beduced from $ 6 80 to ? 4 60 each. Syrup Pitchers. Beduced from $3 00 to $4 00 each. Beduced from $6 00 to $3 00 each, Beduced from ?5 00 to J2 75 each. Cream Pitchers. Beduced from $4 00 to $2 00. Beduced from S5 00 to $2 76. Tea and Coffee Pote-Patented. Beduced from $13 76 to $ 9 00 eaeh. Beduced from $17 23 to $12 00 each, Beduced from $14 25 to $ 9 00 each. Bednced from $11 25 to j 7 60 each. Spoon Holders. Beduced from $5 00 to $2 50 each. Beduced from $7 06 to $3 60 each. Beduced from $8 10 to $4 60 each. 2 doz. Table Spoons. In Handsome Plush Case. Beduced from $11 40 to $3 60. Porks. In Handsome Plash Cases. 1 Dozen reduced from $13 00 to $7 60. 1 Dozen reduced from $ 9 60 to $5 00. 1 Dozen reduced from $ 6 60 to $4 00. 1 Dozen reduced from $ 4 80 to $3 00. Tea Set-Sis Pieces. i Beduced from $33 50 to $20 00. Mng reduced from $2 40 to $1 20. SOLID SILVER WARE, Solid Silver Table Spoons. In Handsome Plush Cases. 1 Dozen reduced irom $17 20 to $12 00. 1 Dozen, reduced from $25 80 to $17 00. 1 Dozen reduced from $20 00 to $12 60. 1 Dozen reduced from $14 65 to $ 9 00. Solid Silver Butter Knives. In Handsome Plusb Cases. Beduced from $ 8 60 to $4 60, (2 knlyei in case). Beduced from $10 60 to $5 60, (3 kalTet in case). Beduced from $ 4 00 to $3 25. Solid Silver Child's Set Handsome Plash Case. Spoon, Knife and Fork reduced from HO to (6. Solid Silver Pie Knives. Handsome Plush Cases. Beduced from $14 79 to $7 60. Beduced from $ 5 60 to $3 00. Solid Silver Pish Knifa Handsome Plash Case. Beduced irom $14 79 to $7 60. Solid Silver Cheese Knives. Handsome Plush Cases. Bednced from $7 50 to $4 00. Beduced from $3 97 to $3 00. Solid Silver Pickel Fori. Handsome Plnsb Case. Beduced from $6 97 to $3 00. Solid Silver Cold Meat Forte Handsome Plash Case. Beduced from $3 00 to $3 00. Solid Silver Soup Ladle. Handsome Plash Case. Beduced from $16 00 to $9 60. Solid Silver Sugar Spoon. Handsome Plash Case. Beduced from $4 00 to $3 00. These Goods are guaranteed to be first-class in every particular. Fleishman & Co. 5 CENT OFF ) UJJ-U- 011 ! Ul If 111 U fare PITTSBURG, PA. ?., MHKI