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THE , PITTSBURG DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY ZEBEUART 12, 1890. DENNISTON IS CHIEF. "Tlje Stale Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic. GEKEBAL ALGER ON THE GKOUKD. He Makes an Address and is the Recipient of an Oration. A DEMAND FOR DELIMITED PEKSIOKS The Women's Belief Corps Exported In a Flcnrishlcr Condition. At the State G. A. K. Encampment at Bbamokin Major Denniston was elected Commander by acclamation. The annual resorts show a gratifying increase in mem bership. General Alcer and others delir ered addresses. irnoM x STArr cobbesfoxdkkt.1 Shahokin, February 11. There was a strange unanimity in the menu cards of all Shamokin hotels to-day. They each led off with bean soup, and bean soup was served three times during the day. To-day the meetings were full of solid business. "When Department Commander Stewart's savel Jell at 9.30 A. M. the Opera House stage was occupied by veteran dignitaries from various parts of the State. Major E. A. Montooth was there, flanked by Chill Hazxard, who is still in the field for Lieutenant Governor. General Alger, of Michigan, the National Commander, did not arrive until after noon. The strength of this department of the Grand Army has increased 17 posts and 2,783 comrades during the year just closed, making the crand total 569 posts with 44,013 comrades. Tit o posts had disbanded during the year, COMEADES GONE BEFOBE. The mortuary list for the year contains 625 names, including Past Commander Samuel Harper, Past Senior Vice Com mander "W. E. Jones, Past Junior Vice Commander George B. Hart, and Past Commander-in-Chief John P. Hartranft, each of which was briefly eulogized in Commander Stewart's report The calamities at Johns town and other points in the State are treated at considerable length. A relief fund of 22,000 was collected, of which the Department of Pennsylvania contributed 59,527. The "Women's Belief Corps and the la dies of the Grand Army of the Bepublic are complimented for the work accomplished and the status of the Soldiers and Sailors' Home at Erie, the Memorial Home and the Soldiers' Orphan school given, showing a satisfactory condition of their affairs. Upon the subject of legisla tion the act making it unlawful for anyone not a member using the G. A. B. badge and the appropriation of $50,000 for a free war library was referred to and it was stated that the G. A. B. would be expected to raise $5,000. DENKISXOJT IS CHOSEN. Major Joseph P. Denniston, of Pittsburg, waa elected Department Commander. He was nominated by "W. J. Patterson, of J. C. Hull Post 157, of Pittsburg. Mr. Patterson spoke for ten minutes, giving a brief account of Major Denniston's civil and military career. The nomination was seconded by G. Harry Davis, of Philadelphia, who paid the Major a flattering compliment on behalf of the Quaker City, speaking of the sterling ?ualities of past commanders who came rem the Natural Gas city. Major Dennis ton came forward and in a few words ac cepted the high office, promising to fill its duties to the best or his ability. An enormous crowd filled the Opera House to-night to participate in the camp fire. General Alger, ot Michigan, got con siderable applause when he entered upon the stage, but, when the brass band came out. it got more, and finally Chill Haztard, of Monongahela City, appearing, won de cidedly a greater reception, than either the brass band or Alger HAZZABD AS A HUMORIST. Haxzard was master of ceremonies this evening, and he sustained bis reputation as a humorist finely. Introducing each speaker, he told some story about him which generally turned out to be false. The result was that, before the night was over, the speakers all combined to get even with Chill. General Alger's speech, as delivered, was very tame. He said that the claim of Penn sylvania soldiers that they pnt down the re bellion met him at every turn. It reminded him of the little girl who had heard her father boast so much of his war record that finally after hearing him tell the story 50 times, she asked: "Papa, did anyone help you to put down the rebellion?" However, the General admitted that the Pennsylvania department is now the banner division of the Grand Army. A SPECIFIC DENIAL. He denied that the Grand Army was a United States Treasury wrecKer. but said the Government could place the whole treasure in the hands of the order and it would be guarded as sacredly as was the trust given tbem in the days ol 1861. The soldier must have his just dues, and he is now asking the Government for them in tones that cannot be mistaken. Then a little later, General Gobin, of Lebanon county, in a speech lull of rousing war memories, set the audience ablaze when wheeliug around and pointing first southward, and then at General Alger, he said: "On the hilltops of Shamokin you could almost hear the cannons of Gettysburg. Alger was there, and he there led a charge, riding behind Custer and yell ing, 'Come on, you wolverines, come, and it was this same Alger who discovered that in Phil Sheridan which raised him from a a quartermaster to the leader of men that he became. Ave. that was honor enough for a life time." A GENUINE OVATION. jjThen the ovation for Alger came. It was a little tardy, but it was grand. Continuing General Gobin referred to the cry so olten beard among young men that the old soldier is wanting too much. He ablv defended the rights oi the veterans, and demanded pen sions unstinted. Mrs. Annie "Whittenmyer, the famous army nurse, and now head of the "Woman's Belief Corps of Pennsylvania, as well as late President of the National Belief Corps, made a statement of the founding by the women's corps this year of a State Home at Brookville lor old soldiers and their wives. Tbey bought the house as it stands, fur nished elegantly throughout, with 40 acres surrounding. There had been a proposition to take down the costly lace curtains, but she prevented ir, saying that the men who had looked through the smoke of battle, now had the right to look through lace cur tains. Beside this big enterprise the State women have spent this year 115,000 in gen eral charity. ONE HUNDEED THOUSAND STBONO The national corps which Mrs. Whitten Jnyer represents now numbers nearly 100,000 members, and before the close of the year will have at its command $1,000,000 lor charity, "and it is only seven years old," concluded Mrs. "Whittenmyer. Bev. Colonel JJanks, ot Pittsburg, was called out for a song. A hundred voices yelled out for "The Blue." He sang it to them in his rich tenor, and every stanza won him an ovation. He had to give in to an encore. Major Montooth modestly sat with the boys during the evening, and Major Den niston was not present at all, remaining at bis hotel on account of the cold. During the afternoon State Chaplain Sayers and Senior Vice Commander Oster, ot Shamo kin, were elected by acclamation. In all other offices several ballots had to be taken, and the result will not be announced betore to-morrow. It is believed, however, that James Hunter, of Pittsburg, made the riffle all right for Council of Administration. No Other Pittaborgers were interested. . ih E. SlOFlEL. S00THSIDE REALTY DEALS. Two Lots on ibr Corner of Twelfth and Car-, son (street Bring $23,000 Yesterday The Old Crystal Glass Works Sold DireMIng Bonses so be Erected In Its Place. The claim made by the Southside to be treated with consideration is making itself more and more apparent every day. Be port after report chronicling the incorpora tion of new inclines, electric railways, etc., follow eaoh other in close succession. Yesterday was no exception to the rule, for it marks the transfer of two large blocks of real estate. The first was the sale of two Jots on the corner of Twelfth and Carson streets, which were given considerable notice some time ago on account of a report that tbey had been sold to a large clothing concern of the city to be used as a branch house on that side of the river. It is hardly necessary to say that the report was untrue, although some manner of negotiations were on foot at the time, which fell through for some reason or other. How ever. In the oresent case a real genuine trans fer of the property has taken nlace, and Mr. Joseph Ploger, at present doing business on Carson street, near Thirteenth, is the pur chaser. The Dries naid was $25,000. on which Mr. Ploger might bare been the gainer to the extent ot at least a couple of thousand dollars before nightfall last night had he felt inclined to dispose of his bargain so soon. Mr. Ploger is very elated over the deal, as he feels certain that he has struck a huge piece of luck in the accumulation of the property re ferred to. He is not disposed to refuse any good offer of a retransferral, but if it is not forthcoming within a reasonable time he will tear down the frame buildings now occupying the property and erect a One business block in stead, which may include office flats, sadly needed at present by the Southside.. fc Regarding tbe otber deal in realty, it was re ported last ereninc that a syndicate had pur chased the old crystal glass works' property on Washington, between Sixteenth and Seven teenth streets, for some purpose which could not be learned. Investigation developed the fact that the syndicate in question was com- Sosed ot three well-known business men of tbe outhside John Musser, John Siebert and C. K. Succop. An attempt was made to see tbe flrst two gentlemen. bnt without success. C. E. Succop rather knocked tho wind out of the syndicate idea by declaring that he was tbe only one Interested; that he had purchased the property as a pure real estate speculation. Intending to cat the property up Into building lots, and erect brick dwellings of about six rooms each to be sold at a very reasonable rate. He also states that he is al ready making arrangements for about a half dozen of these houses to be erected immediate ly. If he succeeds In disposing of tnem, be will fill out the plan with structures of the same kind. Tbe price paid for the property by Mr. Succop was 121,000. Communicated. Is Carrying Everything Crnlkshank br Storm. "Wyman's supporters are booming him in large numbers and every home is adding Btrength to Cruikshank's cause. The peo ple are aroused to the necessity of coming out to the primaries that they maynominate a man who can carry the party to victory. His business ability is' universally recog nized and be is being indorsed for the place by the best people of Allegheny. A Great Offer. For to-day's sale we offer an elegant lot of men's overcoats at $5 apiece. Tbey are manufactured from very choice melton ma terial in the following seven shades of pearl, cray, black, brown, tan, Oxford and blue. They are advance styles of our early spring line, and we name this low price for to-day only. P. C O. C, Cor. Grant and Diamond ita., opp. the new Court House. Exenrslon to Washington City. Baltimore and Ohio Bailroad will run their next excursion on Thursday, February 20, at rate of $9 round trip. Tickets good lor 10 days and good to visit Baltimore. Trains leave at 8 A. M. and 920 P. M. Par lor cars on day train and sleeping cars on night train. Removal Prices on Clonks and Jackets. Your last chance on these goods. It will pay well to secure one at once. A. G. Campbell & Sons, 710 Penn are. B.&B. New, dainty, small and fine aprons for dressy occasions, afternoon teas, etc., hem stitched and embroidered. Bogos & Buhl. See the new ment 50c a yard. bengalines silk depart- Jos. Hokne & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. Police nse "O. K." waterproof. The use of the Iron City Brewing Co. 'a ale and beer is conducive to health and gives tbe highest satisfaction. Unrivaled for family nse. Telephone 1186. ACTOES use "O. K." blacking. You can make no mistake if you stick to Z. Wainwrigbt & Co. 'a brew of ale and beer, the favorite family beverages. 'Phone 5525. wbu, Olarrlage Licenses Granted Yesterday. Kama. Bestdenes, I Edwin Kelber McKeesport ( Joseph! Peterson McKeesport J Samuel Davis Fayettn county I Eulelab Campbell Fayette county J Kudolph Schrldel Pittsburg ( Mary Karrenbauer.... Lower M. CUlr township I Charles Schmidt Pittsburg 1 tjaran Trythenburgn Pittsburg Oeorie Novak Etna borough ( Anna Astronio Etna borough 5 Edward Byrne I'lttsbnrr i Annie Penderghsst Pittsburg 5 Charles McBrlde.. McKeesport AlpsTille Pittsburg PilUburg Mary Fallen., Humphrey J. I Dairy Hayes., Murphy., tJobnJ. Klce Pittsburg 1 Elizabeth Parrell Pittsburg J Gottfried Schisf. "Washington county I Iledwig Mustllch Washington connty ( Michael Henggrs Pittsburg ( Caroline Tbazlluk Pittsburg I Cnarles A. Phillips McKceiport Annie K. Sampson McKeesport j George Baas Pittsburg J Barbara Gerhart Pittsburg J Henry Holier Pittsburg I Maria Keller Allegheny (John F. Bertzog Pittsburg ( Annie A. Henry Pittsburg (Charles A. Hall Pittsburg 1 Battle Butler Pittsburg After Pneumonia And attacks of la grippe, typhus fever, scarlet fever or diphtheria, the patient recovers strength slowly, as the system is weak and, de bilitated, and the blood poisoned by the ravages of tbe disease. What is needed is a good re liable tonic-and blood purifier like Hood's Sarsaparilla, which has just the elements of strength for the body, and vitality and richness for the blood which brine back robust health. Hood's Sarsaparilla makes the weak strong: "After recovering from a prolonged sickness with diphtheria, and needing something to build me up, I took two bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla. I felt good results from tbe first dose. It seemed to go from tbe top of my head to tbe ends of mr toes. I know Hood's Barsa- Sinlla Is a good thing;" G. H. Stkattok, rucglst, Westfleld, Mass. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggists. Jl: six for $5. Prepared only by C. L HOOD 4 CO., Lowell, Mass. 100 Doses One Dollar FULL VALUEF0R THE HONEY BLOCKERS lbs. dutch COCOA 150 Curs for aim tLOO, Klbs. 66c Choicest, Purest, Best. IitstaiLtaiLEOBs witu Boning Water or Kit U. 8. DiroT, 35 Mercer St, Nrw Yoat At retail by all leading grocers and druggist. GEO. K. STEVENSON & CO..JMPOKTEBS OCR50.WS n LOOKER'S COCOA or sale wholesale and retail by Still h-r JAM3 LOCKHART. 103 Federal Stree noMS-WS Aiieghear, Impnlred Circulation. Dr.Fllnfs Remedy, by exercising a regulative influence over the action of tbe heart and the general circulation, will check at once bleeding Irom the lungs, and will cure dropsy of those organs. Descriptive treatise with each bottle; or address Mack Drug Co, N. Y. WT Prof. Meban's Experience. My little girl, aged 7 years, was severely afflicted with a cold and cough some three weeks ago. She could not sleep, but coughed almost incessantly. I was induced by a friend to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and was astonished at the immediate relief it gave h-T, and the cure it produced. I have tried many other remedies for coughs and colds, but this article is superior to any of them. J. M. Mehan, Des Moines, la. WStt Bargains In Beantlfal New French Bengal ines. Pifty-four pieces to start with, all differ ent either in style or coloring, beautiful shades and tints, and at 50o a yard, worth $1, 50o to-day. Jos. Hoene & Co.'b Penn Avenue Stores. MAURIEDT BOSE LADLEY At Camden, N. J Thurs day, February 7, 1890, by the Rev. Robert Strap. ataan, Habkt Rose and Stklla IiAD let, both of Allegheny, Pa. HUOUS DOAK-On Tuesday evening, Feb ruary 11. 1890, at 6 o'clock, at the residence of the bride's mother. Hiland avenue. East End, by the Rev. C. V. Wilson, Mr. Edward Rked Huous and Miss Nancy Colhan Doak. DIED. ADAMY Tuesday, February U, 5 A.M., at her residence, 72 Manhattan street, Allegheny, Mrs. F. W. Adamt, In the 66th year of her age. Funeral Thursday mobnino, February 13, 8.30, from St. Joseph's Church, corner Fulton and Franklin streets. Friends respectfully in vited to attend. 2 AHLBORN On Monday, February 10, 1890, at 7:45 a. m., Mary, wife of Charles Ahlborn, Sr aged 69 years. Funeral Wednesday, at 2 p. m.. from her late residence. Federal street extension, Alle gheny. Friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend. 2 BECK-On Monday, February 10, 1890, at 7 a. m.. Thomas Beck, aged 53 years. Funeral from his late residence, 2417 Penn avenue, Wednesday, February 12, 1890, at 2 p. m. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 DAVIS On Tuesdav. February 11, 1S90, at 1 a. at, John B. Davis, "in the 71st year of his age. Funeral will take place from his late resi dence. No. 1405 Penn avenue, on Thursday HORNINO at 9 o'clock. Interment private. DOHERTY On Monday, February 10. 1890, at 3 o'clock p. k.. Ceceioa, mother of Doherty Bros in her 64th year. Funeral from her late residence, No. 33 Bed ford avenue,on Wednesday morning at 8.30.' Services at St Paul's Cathedral at 9 A. M. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 TfEBOTO On Snndav mornlnr. February 9. 1890, at 11:30 o'clock, at tbe residence of his Sarents, Robinson township. Allegheny county, Idward Debold, in the 35th year of his age. Funeral will take place from bis late resi dence, No. 1612 Penn avenue, on Wednesday horning at 820 o'clock, to proceed to St. Pbilomena's Church, where requiem hieh mass will be read at 9 o'clock. EDE At her late residence, 182 Ohij street, Allegheny, on February 11, at 1 A. Jf., MARY .Elizabeth, mother oi ueorge r.ae, aeceasea. In her 85th year. Funeral Wednesday, February 12, 1880. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. , FERGUSON On Tuesday, Februaf$- 11, 1890. at 10.30 A. m.. at Ellerslie, Md., John Fer guson, Br., in his 63th year Funeral will take place Thursday morn ing at 10.30 o'clock. Interment at Rose Hill Cemetery, Cumberland, Md. HAYS On Sunday, February 9, 1890, at 5 p. M- Flora B., wife of S. B. Hays. Funeral services at her late residence. Bar den station, Pittsburg, Virginia and Charleston Railroad, on Wednesday, February 12. at 9.30 A. II. Interment private. Train leaves Pittsburg at 820 A, x. and Braddock at 8 J5 A.K. 2 HUDSON On Friday evening, February 7, at Mare Island. CallforniarMedical Director Adrian Hudson, United States Navy. ? JACOBS On Monday, February 10, 1890, at 6.30 p. m., Chari.es Jacobs, aged 30 years 11 months 9 days. Funeral from his late residence, Fourth ave nue. Homestead, on Wednesday at 2 p. m. Friends of the family and Ottaway Lodge No. 64 Order of Red Men. Iron and Steel Workera' Union of Homestead and members ot Eintrecht Turn and Singing Society of Homestead are re spectfully invited to attend. 2 KUESTER-On Monday morning at 620 o'clock, Gertrude, wife of Joseph Kuester. aged 67 years, 3 months and 12 days. Funeral from her late residence. No. 154 Thirty-eighth street, on Wednesday horn ing at 9 o'clock, Requiem high mass at St. Augustine's Church at 9.30 o'clock. Friends of the family respectfully invited to attend. 2 MOONEY On Sunday. September 9, at 11 P. M., Patrice Mooney, aged 54 years. Funeral from his late residence, 595 Preble avenue, Allegheny, on Wednesday at 2 p. m. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 McSHANE-On Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock, at tbe residence of Mrs. Kate Sweney, No. 26 Brady street, Daniel McShane, aged 42 years. Funeral at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning, February 12. O'DONNELL On Tuesday morning, Febru ary 11, 1890. at 6.30 o'clockf WiLLIA M O'Don kell. father of Patrick and Terry O'Donnell, in his 78th year. Funeral from his late residence, No. 67 Pride street, on Thursday morning, the 13th Inst, at 8.30 o'clock. Services at St Pant's Cathedral at 9 a.m. Friends of the family are respect fully Invited to attend. PLUMER On Monday, February 10, 1890, at 10.10 P. M.. Arnold u Jr.. youngest son of 1l M. and the late Clara Jl. Flumer, aged 7 months. Funeral services at tbe family residence. Center avenue, Shadyside, on Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment private. PFIEfc-On Tuesday, February 1L 1890, at 6:30 A. u., Ida May, daughter of Valentine and Catherine Pfiel, aged 6 years, 9 months and 21 days. Funeral from the residence of ber parents, 2907 Sarah street. Southside, at 1:30 p. M. Wednesday, 12th. Friends of tbe family are respectfully invited to attend. SCHOYER On Tuesday evening. February 11. 1890. at 10 o'clock. Captain Samuel O. Schoyer, Company G, One Hundred and Thirty-ninth Pennsylvania. Notice of funeral services hereafter. BTREIB At his residence. No. 105 Forty third street, on Tuesday, February 11, 1890. at 6.30 o'clock p. St., Martin Streib, in his 74th year. Funeral services at Balems Church, corner Fifty-second and Carnegie avenue, on Tnuns DAY afternoon at 2 o'cIock. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. WARD On Tue'day, February 11, 1890. at 11:30 A. M., James, only son of James and Mary Ward, aged 11 months. Funeral from the parents' residence. S321 Penn avenue, on Wednesday at 8.30 p. m. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. ANTHONY MEYEK, (Successor to Meyer, Arnold A Co., Urn.,) UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER. Office and residence, 11U Penn STesne. Tele phone connection. mylO-W-MWTSu JAMEWM. FtJLLERTON, UNDERTAKER AND kmhai.mbr, No. 6 Seventh Street. Telephone 1153. ap27-82-WFSa FLORAL EMBLEMS. ORCHIDS AND R08ES OF RARE BEAUTY. A. M. & J. B. MURDOCH, CIA SMTTHF1EIJ) ST. JMlTUlOULiD Telephone 4291 no20-MWT Established 18l JOmTR&A. MURDOCH FIiORlSTS Telephone S39, K8SMITHF1ELD 8TREET, Specialties Snperb Floral Decorations, ex quisitely beantlfal fresh flowers. Floral cm Memk and Trupicsl Plants In ereat variety. Estimates famished. Ja24-Mwr "pEFRESENTEll IN .PITTSBURG IN ISU AS8BT8 . !8fJ71,698aR. Insurance Cei Of Worth America, losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L JONES. 61 Fourth arease, , U2EX2-D NEW APTgRTIHKaCBnTB. WEDDING PRESENTS. We have replenished ear stock of Sterling Silver Goods and can show a beautiful assort ment suitable for Wedding presents. We also have a nice assortment ot BRASS AND ONYX CABINETS, Onyx Top Tables, Marble Statuary and Fin Mantel and Cabinet Ornaments, WATTLES & SHEAFER, JEWELERS, 37 FIFTH AVENUE. Ja20-MTVT LADIES' OPERA SLIPPERS. The comfort to be de rived from this well known style of Slipper needs no farther praise. Himmelrlch's have se oured a large line of these notables of an ex cellent quality in kid, whioh are offered at eo CexLijs. The value of this Slip per is $1; that's the price all over. In order to catch your share of this offer its best to be early on the ground. fflMMELRICH'S, Market St, Entrance 430-436. Braddock House, 916 Braddock Ave. feS-tvrsu - $30 - Represents a "leader" for a 4 foot 6 inch ROLL JOP DESK. No price fair. article is cheap at any unless workmanship is Call to see our make. 4 ft. 6 in. long, 4ft. 5 in. high, 2-ft. io in, deep. P, C. Schoeneck, 711 LIBERTY ST. OPP. WOOD BTftEET. fcD-waa SACRIFICE : SALE of all our Winter Goods, to make room for Spring Goods. We shall give PBIOES tbat will interest close cash buyers. 100 Seal Plush CoatsfSI2 50 ISO Muffs, 37c, Woo! Underwear of all kinds, at prices that must get them Into the hands of the wearers. -- I, Ifl, LATIMER 138 Federal and 46 South Diamond Streets, Allegheny, Pa. fe9-Hwrsa i Thb FrsMi Mbat'Flayoriko Stock LIEBIG COMPANY'S Extract of Meat. TJSE IT FOR SOUPS, Beef Tea, Sauces and Made DisheSi Genuine only with fao-slmUeof Justus Ton Uebie's SIGNATURE IN BLUE INK Across label. Sold by storekeepers, crocers and droeelstt, LIEMG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT CO.nUm. ited, London. au21-&-WS STORAGE. PENNSYLVANIA STORAGE CO., . S3, tO andal Water St., cor. West Facilities for storing all kinds of merchandise in large or small quantities. Separate and vrirate apartoMts for house hold goods. " ", TeleehoseHM. ' fs&M-xwr NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. The Money Saving Stores for the People. -- DANZIGBE'S -THE- Leading and Largest Millinery House -IN- Western Pennsylvania -- HO YOU KNOW that our popular House Furnishing de partment has assisted thous ands of our patrons in reduc ing their household expenses? And are you all aware that we are selling China, Glassware, Tinware, Kitchen Furnishing Goods, Crockery, Cutlery, and the best makes of Silver Plated Ware better and cheaper than you ever bought before. If you are unacquainted with these facts, which we want all to know, come here any day and look through our BIG BASEMENT STORE to see what we are doing. We buy our goods in immense quanti ties right from the manufac turers and consequently put all intermediate profits in our pat ron's pockets. These are the inducements we hold out to you to trade with us. See our Sixth street window for facts and figures. Thousands more of those big White Aprons at 34c on sale for to-morrow. Come quickly if you want them; they are the best value ever shown in this city. And another lot of those pretty Aprons at 4gc Ladies, come and see what 25c, 49c, 74c and 99c will do for you in Muslin Underwear in our big store. NOTE. We are now show ing advance styles in Spring Hats and Bonnets. DANZIGER'S POPULAR STORES, Sixth Street and Penn Ave. fel2 THE CARPENTERS ARE ALL THROUGH The chaHges for our new department have all been made -AND THE- OPENING -or- OUR NE STOCK -oy- T7II.Ii TAKE PLACE HEXT Wednesday, Fehruary 12. We respectfully invite you to come in and inspect the stock. A Special Bargain TOWEL SALE will be made to start the depart ment. Come in on Wednesday or later in the week if you can. HORNE & WARD, 41 FIFTH A TENVE. felO-B MEN'S FURNISHINGS. This the most Complete Depart ment in this City. Manufacturing Clothiersjailors, Hat ters and Men's Furnishers. 954 AND 956 LIBERTY ST. STAR CORNER. deW2 MANUFACTURERS AND MERCHANT8 J.N8. CO., 417 Wood St, nttsburit Pa. CapltaL. H5O.000 0O Assets, January L 189a 370,211 70 Directors Charles W. Batohelor, President: John W. Cbaif ant Vice President: .A. E. W. Painter, Robert Lea, M. W, Watson, John Wil son, Joseph Walton, Wm. G. Park, A. M. By ert, James J. Donnel. George E. Painter, John Thompson. Wm. T. Adair, Secretary) James , unie, Assistant Hecretarji au usftsnuAsent T able wis, toelsJiiytc, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. BB. ALASKA SEALS. One of our firm (the Cloak buyer) went to New York last week and did something that required nerve, at this season of the year. Bought for cash the entire stock of one of the best manufacturers in America, of fine Alaska Seal Skin Coats and Jackets. Extraordinary grand bargain. We would repeat if it were the month of May in place of February, if another such a chance was presented. 88 SEAL SKINS Go on sale at once that will eclipse anything hitherto offered. The following is a detailed list of the property: One Seal Jacket, length 25, bust 36, price I75. One Seal Jacket, length 27, bust 36, price 85. One Seal Jacket, length 25, bust 34, price 100. One Seal Jacket, length 25, bust 36, price 100. One Seal Jacket, length 34, price 100. One Seal Jacket, length 3j bust bust 3 36, price 100. (Persian lamb, V front and back.) One Seal Jacket, length 30, bust 34, price 100. One Seal Jacket, length 30, bust 36, price $xoo. One Seal Jacket, length 30, bust 34, price $125. One Seal Jacket, length 30, bust 34, price 125. One Seal Jacket, length 30, bust 36, price 125. One Seal Jacket, length 27, bust 36, price 125. One Seal Jacket, length 30, bust 34, price $12$. One Seal Jacket, length 26, bust 36, price S125. One Seal Jacket, length 33, bust 34, price 125. One Seal Jacket, length 33, bust 36, price $125. One Seal Jacket, length 30, bust 34, price 135. One Seal Jacket, length 30, bust 36, price 2150. One Seal Coat, 34, price 100. One Seal Coat, 38, price 100. One Seal Coat, 34, price $iqo. One Seal Coat, 34, price $100. One Seal Coat, 34, price 100. One Seal Coat, 32, price $125. One Seal Coat, 34, price 125. One Seal Coat, 36, price $125. One Seal Coat, 36, price 125. One Seal Coat, 38, price $125. length 33, bust length 33, bust length 35, bust length 35, bust length 37, bust length 34, bust length 34, bust length 34, bust length 36, bust length 36, bust length 36, bust length 36, bust length 38, bust length 38, bust length 38, bust length 38, bust length 40, bust One Seal Coat, 26, price 125. One Seal Coat, 34, price $125. One Seal Coat, 34, price $r25. One Seal Coat, 34, price 125. One Seal Coat, 36, price 125. One Seal Coat, 36, price $125. One Seal Coat, 34, price 125. One Seal Coat, length 40, bust 34, price 135. 1 Seal Coat, length 40. bust 36, price $135. 1 Seal Coat, length 10, bust 36, price $135. 1 Seal Coat, length 33, bust 36, price $150. 1 Seal Coat, length 35. bust 36, price S150. 1 Seal Coat, length 36, bust 34, price $150. 1 Seal Coat, length 36, bust 34, price $150. 1 Seal Coat, length 37, bust 34, price $150. 1 Seal Coat, length 37, bust 38, price $150. 1 Seal Coat, length 34, bust 36, price $150. 1 Seal Coat, length 36, bust 34, price $150. 1 Seal Coat, length 36, bust 34, price $150. 1 Seal Coat, length 36, bust 36, price $150. 1 Seal Coat, length 36, bnst 38, price $150. 1 Seal Coat, length 38, bnst 38, price $150. 1 Seal Coat, length 36, butt 34, price $150. 1 Seal Coat, length 38, bust34, p; ice $150. 1 Seal Coat, length 38, bust 36, price $150. 1 Seal Coat, length 38, bust 36, price $150. 1 Seal Coat, length 38, bust 38, price $150. 1 Seal Coat, length 38, bust 42, priee $150. 1 Seal Coat, length 40, bust 34, price $150. 1 Seal Coat, length 40, bust 34, price $150. 1 Seal Coat, length 40, bust 36, price $150 1 Seal Coat, length 40, bust 36, price $150. 1 Seal Coat, length 40, bust 40, price $150. 1 Seal Coat, length 34, bust 34, price $175. 1 Seal Coat, length 38, bust 34, price $175. 1 Seal Coat, length 36, bust 36, price $175. 1 Seal Coat, leneth 36. bust 36. Dries S175. 1 Seal Coat, length 36, bust 36, price $175. 1 Seal Coat, length 37, bust 34, price $175. 1 Seal Coat, length 37, bust 38, price $175. 1 Seal Coat, length 38, bust 36, price $175. 1 Seal Coat, length 38, bust 36, price $175. 1 Seal Coat, length 36, bust 34, price $175. 1 Seal Coat, leneth 36. bust 34. price $175. 1 Seal Coat, length 37, bust 40. price $175. 1 Seal Coat, length 38, bust36;pri price $175, 1 Seal Coat, leneth 38. bust 38. price 8175. 1 Seal Coat, length 39. bust 46. price S175. 1 Seal Coat, length 40, bust 44, price $175. You will notice by perusing the ar.ove that all can be fit the goods are the finest and best while they are not half price. As this is not necessary to sell Seal Skins, it they are prime quality and correct shapes, as these are; bnt these Seal Skins are $25 to $75 each, and a few of them $100 less than their usual retail value. Do you wish to get the bargain of your lifetime? If so, see these Seals. Boggs&Buhl, US. 117,- Ji9, 121 Federal Street I Allegheny -r - v" i NEW ADVERTISEMENT. TINWARE. 2 qt Water Dippers, 6c each. 2 qt Tin Cups, 5c each. Whisk Holders, 3c each. Comb and Case, 10c each. Crumb Brush and Tray, 12c each. Sheet Iron Muffin Pan3, roc each. Galv. Iron Wash Basins, 6c each. Sponge Cake Pans, 9c each. Child's Trays, 18c each. Japan Tea Trays, 11c each. Japan Tea Trays, 5c each. Hanging Soap Dishes, 8c each. 14 qt. Galv. Water Pails, 36c each. Some of our Silverware still re maining which we will sell for Half Price. ' FLEISHMAN & CO., PITTSBTJBG, PA. Hail orders receive prompt attention. fe2-D YOU CAN'T be a shrewd and economical purchaser, if you buy any thing in the line of FURNITURE, CARPETS, CURTAINS, HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, CLOAKS or CLOTHING, before having learned the goods and prices to be found, KEECH'S Largest, Most Popular and Reliable CASH and CREDIT HOUSE IN THE STATE. 923 and 925 Fenn avenue, Neak Ninth Stubet. Open (Saturdays till 10 p. if. Ja8-arwr Raisins, Prnnea, Nuts, Evapor new 'nnt&r"1 CROP GEO. K. STEVENSON A CO, tiixtb Arenne. I105-HWT JOHNFLOOKEE & CO., 1TASOTACTUBERS OF Rocker's Lubricating Hemp Packing FOR RAILROAD USfe Italian and American Hemp Packlnc. Clothes Lines. Twines, Bell Cord, Fish Lines, Chalk Lines, Night Lines, Sisal Bale and Hide Hope, Tarred Lath Yarn, Span Yarn, etc. WORKS East street. Allegheny Citjr, Pa, OFJflCB and HAtiisaKuuai s water at. ttiburc- Telephone No. 1370L OC2J09-1TWS W. M. LAIRDS' 1 in II SALE ON ACCOUNT OP BMIABGBMBNT. EOOtS, : S, AND ALL MOST Our Market street retail stores have been tested to their utmost capacity during the past six months. This unusual pressure necessitates an enlargement before the spring trade sets in, and store 410 Market street, adjoining our present quar ters, has been seoured. The natural result, viz.: being In the hands of Carpenters, Painters and others leads to dust, confusion and spoiling of stock. A Bargain Sale is the outlet to whioh we resort The goods shall be moved if prices can do it. Notwithstanding the low prices, our goods will bo guar anteed in regard to wearing qualities and satisfaction to the wearer. N We might fill a whole paper with enumeration of prioes, and description of our mammoth stock, as it embraoes every thing desirable in footwear, aggregating in wholesale and retail, $150,000. No matter what you desire just now, BOOTS, SHOES, SLIPPERS, RUBBERS, or anything in our line, we guarantee you a great saving of time and money, besides satisfying you that we mean every thing we say. . RETAIL STORES, 411 aai 418 IA1IET SHUT HEW ADVERTISEMENTS, REMEMBER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15 Will end our money-losing Clearance Sale of Overcoats, Until then we will allow 30 PER CENT OFF The Regular Price of Any OVERCOAT. ' Consider these prices: $30 Overcoats, now $21 00. $25 Overcoats, now $17 5a $20 Overcoats, now $14 oo. $15 Overcoats, now $10 50. $10 Overcoats, now $ 7 00. $ 5 Overcoats, now $ 3 50. Other prices at the same rate. No matter how poor or how good your judgment of values, you know here pre cisely how much you are saving. t"Don't .forget that Sat urday, February 15, will close this unrivaled sale. Strassburger&Joseph Tailors, CIotMers aM Hatters, 161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny. fe9-WTSU THE NELLIE BLY HAT. The above cut represents our new Hat named in honor of tbe Pitts burg globe-trotter. Aside from its name, it is one of the most sensi ble, stylish and comfortable Hat3 we have ever introduced. Can be worn either for dress or traveling. KNOX'S SPRING HATS will be on sale 8. , Saturday, February -- PAULSON BROS. 441 WOOD STREET. feS-stwT GO THIS TIME. WHOLESALE HOUSE, 515 W00B SHIFT. .JsssssssssssssssBiiiliMwRiiflssssssHIL tssssssssssWllilgH Hon, Slips, fttK-mr? I -A J.. j.