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THE PITTSBURG ' DISPATCH, TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1890.
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COUNTING THE COST.
The Proposed Diamond Street Widen
ing Ifot so Expensive.
QUITE CHEAP FOR THE CITY.
Figures of the Board of Viewers oa Damages
and Assessments.
LEASEHOLDERS LEFT OUT IN THE COLD
Those interested in the opening of Dia
mond street were given a peep at what may
he the figures upon benefits and damages
finessed upon property holders. It is well
known that reports of this character cannot
be relied upon as to exact figures until
signed by the Board of "Viewers and sub
mitted to Councils. So the work of yester
day was simply a foretaste of good things in
store for the lucky side of the proposed
street and unpleasant doses for the other
people. There was a lively howl from some
quarters and threats of legal recourse are by
no means slow in coming to the front.
The greatest interest as well as the live
liest prospects for a fight are concentrated
in the block lying between "Wood and
Smithfield streets. On the .Fourth avenue
fcide there are at least two property holders
who will resent payment of benefits from the
opening of the street. Judge II. "V7. Ache
son owns the property fronting upon Smith
field street In his celebrated tilt of some
weeks since with T. O'Leary, Jr., Judge
Acheson expressed a determination to take
legal measures to avoid assessment, because
his propertv fronts solely uoon Smithfield
street The same action is looked for from
the Citizens' National Bank, whose prop
erty fronts on Wood street.
TOO MAD TO TALK.
Those who are affected by the taking
away of 25 feet depth, and who are assessed
benefits covering or exceeding claims for
damages for loss of property, are so mad that
no opinions are vouchsafed. The Grand
Opera House Company, which is allowed
damages of 38,273 and charged benefits of
S46.G61, it thus costing them ?8,386and 25
jeet depth of their property to be given the
privilege of tearing down tne Upera Home,
are somewhat in a quandary.
The people who receive benefits along Dia
mond alley, between "Wood and Smithfield
streets, pro"tes3 mild elation at receiving five
feet additional depth to their holdings.
But the general ieeling is that until the
award of the Board of Viewers gets into
Council it is wiser to say little.
Sir. O Leary read the list off at the meet
ing yesterday, to a deeply interested
audience. The kickers were by no means
backward in speaking up. Some curt inter
changes of opinion were bandied between
members of the board and other parties. A
representative of the Lynch estate charged
that some mysterious syndicate on the
lucky side of the street was being taCen
care of by the Board, and some hot re
joinders whiled away several minutes.
MAKES HIM DIZZY.
Mr. George Marshall said that the figures
made him dizzy: "We have to pay the city
56,000 lor tearing down our building and
moving away." W. J. Sawyers said he
would certainly appeal.
The holders of leases were all left upon
the chilly outside in the figures submitted
yesterday. The butcher. in the vicinity of
the market who put in claims of from
$5,000 to 510,000 were ditched completely.
J. E. Weldm & Co. were -gi. en no atten
tion, despite their claims of nearly 550,000
damages. Manager IS. D. Wilt, of the
Grand Opera House, who put iu a claim of
5187,000. was the subject of a special state
ment by the board, the claim being advanced
that while Mr. Wilt might claim his an
nual profits' lor the four years his lease has
to run, lie could net claim anything else
than such a figure as some other manager
would oiler lor the lease.
Mr. Wilt was subjected to inquiry, but
declined to say anything but that he had
two attorneys who were under contract to
talk for him when the proper time arrived.
As J. K. Weldin & Co. have had Major
A. M. Brown and John Hampton, Esq., re
tained for six months in their interest, legal
proceedings ajrainst the opening of the
street may be counted upon with certainty.
Mutterings in angry key were heard in
many quarters, but few of those seen were
willing to talk without further considera
tion of the subject.
EXJMOES, BUT UO DACKEES.
The charge was boldly made last night,
by a gentlemm directly interested, that an
underground arrangement was already in
full blast by which especially virulent
kickers would be placated in a generous
manner, with a view of preventing such a
contingency as a test case of the legality of
the entire condemnation. Other charges of
an equally sensational nature were flying
from mouth to mouth, but the remarkable
disinclination of anybody to assume re
sponsibility of the circulation of the ru
mors was quite as remarkable as the context
of the stories.
The list, when finally amended, will be
submitted to Councils in connection with
the ordinance. The list of damages and
benefits assessed, read yesterday, is as fol
lows: DIAMOND STREET DAMAGES AWARDED.
A TALE OF TWO CITIES.
An Arenment Id Favor of Consolidating
Fltubnre und Alleubcnx Cltr-Taxnble
nnd Taxes That Shows Something Sin.
cnlar roailblo Population of Each
CItr.
One of the strongest arguments used yes
terday around City Hall for the consolida
tion of Allegheny and Pittsburg was culled
rom the report of the County Controller.
The assessments show that for the next three
years the county valuation will be 5268,
227,828. On the country basis the valua
tion in the city is ?1S9.502,SS8, while the
work of the City Assessors shows over
5181,000,000.
The City Treasurer and Controller make a
very strenuous kick on this matter of taxing
Pittsburg in contradistinction to Allegheny
by over CO per cent of a difference. This
was shown by a review of the city taxables,
taken from the official report, which showed
up 59,298. This, on the old- btate Dasis,
mnltiolied by five, would show a population
of 296,490. The Allegheny list of taxables
embraces 25,364, giving on the State basis
126,820 population, and theinequal taxation
is so very apparent that the people interested
are more determined than ever that the
county taxes will fall short, as the residents
of the city claim that they are unduly taxed
and pay too much now.
The Controller thincs that this sort ot dis
pute will affect not alone the hump-cutting
project, which ought to be paid partly by
the county, but also the free bridge project,
in which the county is interested. The peo-
Yorj can break up a bad cold by the timely
Use ot Dr. Jayne's Expectorant, an old and
popular medicine for sore lungs and throats,
and the best of all cough remedies.
BLACK SILKS.
Crepe do Cbcnr.
A new lot to-day. Embroidered and bro
caded crepe de chene, most beautiful and
rich effects. Brocaded ground and embroid
ered flowers. Medium prices.
JOS. HOEKE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
Harrises Licenses Granted Yeiterday.
Kune. Besldenee.
f Hsrry F. Lee .... Allegheny
I Irene May Simpson Koblettown
J Cornelius Connell Banksvllle
(Caroline Hicks Banksvllle
J Christ Godfrey l'ittsburfr
I Anna Bchlender 1'ittBburg
I Cerlllo Zottoni Coal Valley
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" Coal Valley
Pittsbure
Cora E. Hayes Pittsburg
5 Casper Haines . Pittsbnrs:
1 Katie Seth Plttsbure
J JTredencJc P. Kedman. Pittsburg
Ibarab K. Dortey .. Pittsburg
MARRIED.
GREENE-DA WSON-On Tuesday. March
11, 1S90, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Aus
tin Lucas, No. 5924 Broad street, by tho Rev.
M. D. Ltchliter, D. D.. George W. Greene,
of Pittshnrer. Pa., and Annie E. DAWSON, of
Ingram, Pa.
pie ot Allegheny county, he said, were in a
position to decide whether Pittsbnrg should
pay more than half the taxes of the county,
but then Pittsburg people might object as a
matter of form. This question will shortly
come up in Councils for discussion.
EEYISIKG THE TAX SYSTEM.
Another Meeting ol the Commission to bo
Held at flarrUbure.
County Commissioner Mercer left for.the
State capital last evening to attend a meet
ing of the Tax Committee of the State Asso
ciation. The Tax Commission will convene
at the same time, and Charles B. Price, of
Erie, who represents the County Commis
sioners, desires to consult with his colleagues
to guide his action. Mr. Mercer said that
any data they had secured would be turned
over to him, and he would give it to the
commission.
"The problem to be solved," said Mr.
Mercer, "is equalization of the taxes. The
commission was organized to revise the tax
system. Taxes are based on wealth, but
how to lay them equitably is the question.
In the conntry districts it is not so hard, but
in the cities where the standards of value
are so fluctuating and depend on so many
things it is a most difficult job."
A MINIATURE FACSIMILE
Of the Simplest Life Insurance Policy
Issued.
The Equitable Society issues an exact re
production, on a small scale, of one of its
new free tontine policies. Aside from its
use in showing the simplicity and liberality
of the society's latest contract of insurance,
this miniature policy is quite a curiosity,
and an interesting example of the perfection
to which the art of the engraver and printer
has been carried. It is printed in red and
black, and is complete in every respect, in
cluding a miniatun of the exquisite en
graved heading of the original policy, and
fac-similes of the signatures of the president
and secretary.
Anyone who would like one of these lit
tle policies, will be sent one upon applica
tion to Edward A. Wood-, Manager, 516
Market street, Pittsburg, Pa., and by send
ing your age, an illustration of the results of
such a policy on the basis of your present
age will also be sent tissu
THE LATEST PROM ALLEGHENY.
Everett Piano Club Certificate No. 230,
Held by L. B. Finlev, Rochester, Pa., Is
entitled to the Upright Grand Everett piano
this week on payment of $1 per wiek. We
have a lot of good pianos on hand, such as
Weber, Knabe, Checkering, Kranach &
Bach, Hazelton, Haines Bros, and others,
which we have taken in exchange for the
Everett. These pianos are as good as ever
they were, but we need the room and will
close them out at almost any price, and will
make terms to suit yon. Call this week and
make a selection. Alex Boss,
tusu 137 Federal at, Allegheny.
A Great Attraction.
Our sale of men's fine suits at 510 still
continues to attract big crowds to our store.
Everyone knows that we are selling the best
510 men's suits ever placed on the market.
These garments are cut in sack and cutaways
from fine cassimere, cheviot or diagonal, and
can't be bought elsewhere under 518. Our
price for these fine men's suits is 510. Call
to-day. p. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond As., opp. the new
Court House.
Lvdia Howard...! 72.550
Marshall Bros.... 16,615
Geo. V.Marshall. 6,615
urana upera
House S3.
R. II. Mellon 9.000
J. M. Guffv 6,750
A. w. .Menon.... a.aJ
Annie M. Iilsscll. 2,300
Isaac CralR 62.500
uavia wrepe twj
Edw. fc. JlcKee.. 55.500
V. P. lilack T.SMSarahA. bawyer.
vuua iuuma '!
Exchange a- 1173,663
DUSIOM) ETBEET DAMAQES ASSESSED.
LTdla Howard . .!H,151Marle I). Sanders. 112. 278
ucq. t.niarsaiu ..
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14.1608. S. Marvin Ji wo
17,657S. S. Marvin 12,378
G.:20 Frank Lutz 7,fc23
70,403E.A.Abercromb!e 14.53S
,uh,,i. j. umesple 14,025
Citizens Nat.Bank 14, is
8,3d German MT.Hant 14.SC9
4.739 Geo. Rclneman. .. 8,3)9
R 41? f. Wolntn.t. ....
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,"" j ;: 7??y "ia Hosteller.. 8.649
.anKf.dP.?,thv 1.WH. Eisenbiuer.... 8,549
J,1IlJtI.1lllClt-- .lA. B. Davis 12,069
L. Mcintosh. 4,460,14. U. Davis 317
Caroline b. Hays.. J.Cffi: Jane bheppard.... 4GS3
Jane If. bteel ... LS-eJamet Marshall... (L691
Mrs. M. I. Gates.. l.Vtt.Thos. 2nttrlde 8 0-9
Mrs. A. E. llrown 1.5B2 w. a Lyne. . ." 665
?.ir?!A: wTer . l.Sos'HughKlcnardson, lClSl
, 11,1511
l"g Opera House.
it. m. jieuon....,
J. M. Gully
A. V. Mellon...
Annie M. liissell.
Isaac (Jralsr
Ed. S. McKte..
D. P. Black.
JohnThoma....,
sx. Kx. Banc..
tlonal Bank.... 6,003
Sam Jones' ..fttntA r q n
Jane licdpaih.... s.830
u. r. lfiacK 5,765
Laufrhlln Mcin
tosh k inn
Caroline Haves.. 9 to?
Jane H. Steel 9,6.-3
lurs. .aiary uaies. y,6aZ
Mrs. Annie B.
Jlrovin ksi
fa rah Arthur ... 25.7a
9,000
1,161 Mane v. sanaers.S12.278
1.18S.I. W. Cralc. aSsoo
1.8O6 Mrs. MarySinfter. 11,709
.?6lVin. ltuchelsen.. 11,709
White China.
New novelties arriving by every steamer
from Europe in goods specially designed for
amateur decorating; the choicest variety of
both table and ornamental goods ever shown
before; as ever the largest stock, the greatest
variety and the lowest prices. Call and see
at Chas. Keizenstein's, 152, 154, 15G Federal,
Allegheny. tissu
Coloeed Henriettas All the staple
and new lilac, amethyst, leather, silver and
pearl gray colorings in our new lines, 40
inches wide, at 75c and 51 per yard.
TTSStt Hugus & Hacke.
Thin Week. This Week.
A handsome 8x10 photograph in water
color of yourself or children for only 51, at
Hendricks & Co.'s, No. 68 Federal st, Al
legheny. This is no advertising scheme, but
a handsome picture.
DIED.
ADAMS Suddenly. Slarch 17, 1S90, PnitLIE
L. Brdmmelle, wife of Virgo F. Adams, In
her SSth year.
Funeral notice in afternoon papers. 2
BROWN-On Mondav, March 17. 1S90, at 8:15
P. M at the residence of his parents, 1S3 Seven
teenth street, Milton E. Brown, age 9 months
17 days, son of Carlisle and Samantha Brown.
Funeral services on TUESDAY EVENING, at
residence, at 8 o'clock.
BRILEY At lier residence, in rear of No. 2
Federal street, at 8 p. . Monday, March 17,
1S90, Mrs. Maey A. Briley.
Friends are respectfully invited to attend
the funeral at 3 P. H. to-day.
DOTJBER On Snnday.March lftat 12 o'cloct
midnight, Jacob Doubee, in bis 43d year.
Funeral from his late residence. Fawn town
ship, on TUESDAY, March 18, at 10 o'clock A. M.
EVARTS On Mondav, March 17, 1590, WILL
IAM Evarts. aged 60 years.
Funoral services at McNulty Bros.' Chapel,
Center avenue. Eist End, on Tuesday at 1
P.M.
HOBSON At her residence. No. 9 Knoll
street, on Monday. March 17. 1S90, Mrs. Bell
Hobson. wifo of tho late Arthur Hobson. in
the 84th year of her age, native of Belfast,
Ireland.
Notice of f nneral hereafter,
LTJDWICK-At his residence, in Versailles
township, Allegheny county. Pa., at 6 o'clock
Sunday morning, March 16, 1S90, Robert Lud
wick, in his 67th year.
Funeral at 1 o'clock to-day. Friends of the
family are respectfully Invited to attend.
MARSHALL At his residence, No. 55 Es
planade street, Allegheny, Pa., on Sunday,
March 16. 1890, at 11:30 A. M., Wit. N. Mar
shall, of the firm of S. H. Marshall & Bros.,
in his 39th year.
Funeral services on Tuesday evening,
March IS, at 7:30 o'clock. Interment private on
Wednesday mobniko.
MILLIGAN On Sunday. March 16, 1890, at 1
o'clock p. jr.. at the late residence. No. 9 High
street, Frank D., son of Annlo and the late M.
C. Mllllgan, in his 21th year.
High mass of requiem at St. Paul's Cathe
dral on Tuesday MORNniGat 9 o'clock. In
terment private. 2
POWELL On Sunday morning, at 1230.
Mrs. Rachel Powell, widow of John Pow
ell, formerly of Stenbenville, O,, aged 72 years.
Funeral from the residence of her daughter,
Mrs. Jacob Meahl, No. 221 Thirty-eighth street,
on Tuesday, March 18, at 2 p. u. Interment
private.
Stenbenville papers please copy. 2
PATTERSON On Monday. March 17, 1890,
at 10 A. m.. W. a Patterson, Esq.
Funeral will take place from his late resi
dence, McKeesport, Pa., at 10 A. M. Wednes
day, March 19.
PARKE Saturday, March 15, 1890, at 530
p. M., clarence C. Pahke, In his 43d year, at
his residence.
Funeral from his late residence. No. 81 Deca,
tur street, Allegheny, this afternoon at 2
o'clock.
QUINN-On Sunday. March 16, 1890, at 8 A.
ir., Bridget, wife of Timothy Qulnn, aged 23
years.
Fnneral will take place from the residence of
her husband. Thirty-third and Hancock streets,
on Tuesday afternoon at2 o'clock. Friends
of the family are respectfully Invited to attend.
2
ROWLAND On Sunday, March 16, 1S90.
Edith Viola, youngest daughter of James
and Emma Rowland.
Funoral at 2 P. sr. Tuesday, from No 171
Webster avenue. 2
SCROTHOFF On Monday, March 17, 1690,
at :30 A. si Richard Scbothoff in the SSth
year 01 nis age.
Fnneral services from his late residence,
Butler street extension. Nineteenth ward, on
Wednesday, March 19, at 2 p m. Friends of
tho family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
TRUXALL-On Sunday, March 16, 1890, at
7:55 A. M., Lizzie, wife of Ephnam Truxall, In
her 37th year.
Funeral services at her lato residence, Liber
ty avenue and Conrad street, on Tuesday,
Marcn 18, at 2 P. M. Interment private at a
later bonr. 2
VOLLMBR On Sundav morning, March 16,
1890, at 10.SO o'clock, Mary Ann, wife of
August Vollmer. aged 70 years.
Funeral from her residence, 47 Pride street,
on Wednesday mornihg at 8:30 o'clock.
Services at Holy TrinitvChurch, Center avenuo
and Fulton street, at 9 A. M.
WINTER On Sunday. March 16. at 930
o'clock a. m., Rachel E. Winter, daughter
of Mrs. E, T. Towers.
Friends of tho family are respectfully invited
to attena tne mneral from the family resi
dence, Perrysville road, on Wednesday,
March 19, at 2 o'clock P. M. Carriages will
leave stables of Perry Charles fc Co., corner
Sandusky street and Church avenue, Alle
gheny, at 12:30 o'clock. 3
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
HAN
ZIGER'!
INTERESTING
AND POPULAR.
Low Prices for this Week in the
Following Departments.
Hosiery Department.
Ladies' Fast Black Hose, splendid value and
worth 20c, at He a pair.
Ladles' .Balbrtggan Hose, full regular and
worth 25c, at 19c a pair.
Ladies' Fancy Hose, Black Boots, seamless,
at 24e a pair.
Ladies Black Brilliant Lisle Hose, all sizes,
at 89c a pair.
Examine our line of novelties in Silk and
Lisle Hose from 49c up.
Children's Fast Black;Hose, sisesIO to 6K. at
12Kcapair.
Children's Black Lisle Hose, split feet, all
sizes, 10c goods at 2fo a pair.
aiso a inn une 01 unuaren's hue iiose ac
prices always the lowest.
Gents' Balbriggan Ho3e, Seamless and worth
20c, at 12ko a pair.
Gents' Fine Balbriggan Hose, double soles,
heels and toes, at 21e a pair.
Gent8' LIlo Thread Hose, in modes and tans
and worth 50e, at 35c a pair.
Gents, we have an elegant line of Black Silk
Hose at 49e, 59c and 74c a pair.
(Hosiery Department Main Aisle, Sixth
Street Entrance.)
Kid Glove Specials.
Ladies' Four-Button Kid Gloves, all sizes, at
69c per pair.
Ladies' Eight-Button Mousquetaire Kid
Gloves in Tans, regular 85c quality, at 69c per
pair.
Ladies' Fonr-Buttnn Kid Gloves, hand sewed.
In Brown and worth $1 25. at 99c per pair.
Ladies' Seven-Hook Kid Gloves, iu Colors
and Black and worth $1 25, at 99c per pair.
Ladies' Seven-Hook Suede Gloves, in Colors
and Black and worth $2 25, at Jl 75 per pair.
Ladies' Seven-Hook Suede Gloves, in Colors
and worth SI 75. at SI 49 nr nair.
Ladies' Four-Button Snede Gloves, in Colors
and Black and a regular Jl 75 quality, at SI 24
per pair.
Children's Four-Button Kid Gloves, in Tans
and worth 75c, at 50c per pair.
(Glove Department Main Aisle, Sixth atreet
Entrance.)
Bric-a-Brac Department.
A source of pleasure to our many Patrons is
our pretty Bric-a-Brac Department, now on
mam floor and first aisle to left of Sixth street
entrance.
SPECIAL One lot elegant .hand-painted
Scarfs at 99c and SI 49 each. The intrinsic
value of these goods is just double the price
icu Aur kueu. opeciai attention is ulrectea
to our elegant display of Easter Novelties.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
B. & B.
DANZIGER'S,
Tie Money-Saying Store for the People,
Sixth St. and Penn Ave.,
Pittsburg, Pa.
mhl7
HAVE YOU VISITED
Our (lew Department?
If not, we extend another invitation for you
to do so. You will find our stock very choice
and complete iu tho line of
TABLE LINENS
By the yard, ranging from 50 cents up.
NAPKINS
From $1 a dozen up.
TABLE CLOTHS AND NAPKINS
In sets, to match, all sizes, from medium tn
finest qualities, in John S. Brown & Sons', as
well as other reliable makes.
Novelties In Hemstitched Table Covers and
Napkins, Fringed Napkins, Bound and Square
Dovlles.
We open this week a beautiful line of Hem
stitched Linen
PILLOW AND BOLSTER OASES,
Also a full line of Pillow Caso Linens in Rich
ardson t Son's andOwden's makes, 45 to 54-inch
widths, all qualities.
Another bargain lot of
TOWELS,
Hnck and Damask- Special values In Towel
ing, Crashes and Glass Linens. All grades of
SHEETING MUSLINS,
Bleached and Unbleached. Pillow Case Mus
lins, all widths and qualities. 4-4 Bleached
Muslins, all grades, at the lowest ruling prices.
New goods now arriving in every department.
Choice New
DRESS
GOODS,
SUITINGS,
Broadcloths,
At less than general prices will
always get the preference of buyers'
patronage. All the above advan
tages are offered you here this
week.
50-inch genuine Imported Eng
lish Suitings, $1 00; usual value,
$1 25.
High class English and Scotch
Suitings, 2 00, $2 25 and $2 40;
usual value, $2 25 to $3 50.
Double width
IMPORTED DRESS GOODS,
40 and 50 cts.
Large lot French and German
all-wool Plaids, Stripes and Tailor
Suitings at 65c, 75c and 85c goods
that we positively state, without
fear of contradiction, will save you
10 to 25 cents a yard on every yard
you purchase.
Is this not worth consideration?
Particularly so when not only hun
dreds but actually thousands of
pieces here for selection, and per
fect light at all times so as you can
select shades and quality satisfac
torily. 50-INCH
SCOTCH CHEVIOT
STRIPED SUITINGS,
50 cents.
The remarkable value and style
of these is a marvel illustrating the
success achieved in American industries.
50-inch Striped
Weaves in all-wool
cents and 85 cents.
We believe you'll prefer these
choice new goods for Long Gar
ments, Suits or for Misses' or Chil
dren's Wraps or Dresses at 75 cents
and 85 cents than pay 90 cents or
J5 1 00 for them.
NEW ADVEIITISE3IEXTS.
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WHAT WE HAVEN'T GOT
and
cloths
Fancy
at 75
IN THE WAY OF
SPRING
CLOTHING!
From a Pair of Kentucky Jean Pants to a Gorgeous Fancy Vest
Isn't Worth Having.
Paste This in the Crown of Your Hat and Don't Forget It,
No man can be on very good terms with himself unless he is decently and comfortably
clad. The question of cost enters largely into the matter of dress. "Well vou can spend a
fortune and not get very much out of it, and you can spend very little and" get a whole lot,
so to speak. It all depends on how you buy and where you buy. It is the disposition 0,
most men to buy as cheaply as possible when it comes to the purchase of clothing for
themselves. They may be extravagant in everything else, but practice the strictest ecoa
omy iu the matter of dress.
WE ARE PREPARED FOR SUCH MEN
And the "pull" we've got is a price-pull, which will pull more trade than any amount of
bombast in the newspapers.
GEO. A. SMITH,
FONEBAJL. DIRECTOR,
16 Fourth Avenue,
Allegheny Office, 232 Beaver Avonue.
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Wm. Soir.
ltaTld GregK...
A. Beineman...
2 O. P. liellttein.,
SWlJohn Dlmllnir..
an
233,
Isaac Cratir
A. O. Cabbage...
C. E. Hntchl.on.
1,120
900
12J
33)
1,680
300
270
120
100
100
130
220
81 Until Farther Notice. SI.
A life-size crayon for S3 50, or 12 cabinets
or one 8x10 photo for ?1. at Aufrecht's Elite
Gallery, S1G Market st.,P'g. Bring children.
Concreas Now In Sesnlon.
Take the excursion next Thursday, March
20, to "Washington City, via Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad; rate ?9 the round trip, good
to visit Baltimore.
Go to Pearson, the leading photographer,
for your cabinet photos; none equal him in
the two cities. Galleries, 96 Fifth avenue
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny.
Tho People's fetoro Certain Snle
OpensFriday, 21st Manufacturers' samples
worth Irom 50c to 3 at the round price of
25c each. Campbkll & Dick.
Ladies' Jackets Fashion's latest fan
cies abundantly displayed in our cloak
room this week. , Hugus & Hacke.
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USIOX SIEEET, WEST END.
J. A. HntchlnBon.t 350Mary Conway....!
OKIOX BTBEET, NOHTH SIDE.
H. A. Lynch I
John WMtten....
M. Oormley
Anion Bldwell... tn. 1472, SC3
3a1VKJenn!nK,Jr.S
8141 """""'-
647
220
B.EAL ESTATE SAVINGS BANK, MIL,
401 Smithfield Street, cor. Fourth Avenue.
Capital, f 100,000. Surplus, $50,000.
Deposits of $1 and upward received and
interest allowed at 4 per cent. tts
A New Lot of Indina From China.
Eeal Shanghai goods, 102 pieces, all dif
ferent styles, at 60c, 75c, 85c and $1 a vard.
Peautifnl goods. Extra value.
Jos. Eobne & Co. 'a
Penn Avenue Stores.
CABINET Dhotos SI ner dozen, nrnmnt dp.
livery. Crayons, etc., at low prices.
Lies' Gallekt,
TTSu 10 and 12 Sixth st.
Mant aches and pains yield promptly to
Parker's Glnjrer Tonic. Try it
Parker.s Hair Balsam will save your hair.
New wall paper at 5e a bolt and upward
at Arthur, Schondelmyer & Co.'s, 68 and 70
Ohio st., All'y. its
Cabinet photos, SI a dozen, at Sonnen
bercs Art Gallery, No. 52 Federal st,
Allegheny.
JAMES ARCHIBALD URO..
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES,
117, 119 and 138 Third avenue, two doors below
Smithfield st, next door to Central Hotel.
CarnairesIorfuneraIs,S3.CarriageBforoperas,
parties, ic, at the lowest rates. All new car-
riages. Telephone communication. myl-11-TTS
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH A. VENUE.
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WESTERN INSURANCE CO.
OF PITTSBURG.
Assets SUS.50167
NO. 411 WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIMICK. President
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President
fe22-2C-TT3 WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
pEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN 1SC1
Assets - . fO .071.098 TJ.
Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. SI Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-n
-THE
I
AMERICAN FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY,
PhilartBlnhi
Total Assets, January 1, 1SS7 $2,301,658 68
EDWARDS &KENNEY, Ag'ts,
QO FOURTH AVE., Pittsburg, Pa.
" Telephone 760. ja23-41-TTS
BOOKS IN SETS.
GOOD BINDING AND GOOD PRINT.
Publishers Our
Price. Price.
S700
15 00
COO
16 00
$350
750
325
550
Amekican Challies 6c, 8e and 12c a
yard, beautiful designs and colorings, rival
ing in effects many of the higher priced
.French goods. HUGUS & HACKE.
TISSU
The Chance of tho Season.
Lace cnrtainB 25c, at The People Store,
Friday, March 2L ,
Campbell & Dick.
1819 ESTABLISHED 1819
THE OLD STATEN ISLAND
DYEING ESTABLISHMENT,
MO PENN AVENUE.
Principal office, 9S Duane street New York.
Dry cleaning a specialty; garments cleaned
without ripping: goods sent to New York daily.
Goods called for and delivered.
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BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA.
150 CUPS FOR n.
CHOICEST, PUREST, BEST.
jeSl-HTTP
32 50 19 60
Dickens' Works; in cloth, 15
vols
Dickens' Works, in half calf,
15 vols ,. '
Thackeray's Works, in cloth,
10VO19
Bulwer's Works, In cloth, 13
vols
Bulwer's Works, in cloth, 26
vols
George Eliot's Works.in cloth,
6 vols .'
Washington Irvine's Works, G
vols..,
Prescolt's Works, 3 vols
Shakespeare's Works, 3 vols..
Emerson's Works, II vols....
Cooper's Works, 8 vols
Cooper's Works, 16 vols
Cooper's Works, 32 vols
And many other eqnally as popular works at
equally reduced prices.
400
450
450
750
19 25
16 00
20 00
82 00
2 10
250
2 75
450
1125
803
12 00
16 00
NEW SILK WARP DIAGONALS,
40-inch, at $1 25.
EXQUISITE SHADES.
46-inch all-wool Henrietta and
Cashmeres at 75 cents and 90 cent's.
Such an assortment of shades and
quality as will tell you very plainly
when you see them where the best
value for your money is to be had.
52 and 54-inch Black Mohair
Brilliantine, 65 cents, 75 cents, 85
cents, $1 00 and $1 25.
40-inch Black Mohair at 50
cents.
Black Tamise Mohairs, 60 cents
to $1 25.
Black Silk Warp Mohairs, $1 25
to $2 25.
40-inch Black Silk Waro Challis.
$1 12 to $1 50.
Double width Colored Mohairs,
35 cents, 45 cents, 50 cents, 65
cents, $1 00.
50-inch MIXED MOHAIRS, 90
cents.
A magnificent quality and special
bargains this week at this store for
Dress Goods, Suitings, Broadcloths,
Paris Robes, Mohairs and Cash
meres. SILKS. SILKS.
Habutias and Indias. Never
were such quantities sold daily over
our counters so early in the season.
The large collection, choice style
and the prices must account, in a
measure, for this special Silk trade.
Extraordinary 150 pieces 24
inch Colored Surah Silks, 1 00
ones at 75 cents; one of the best
bargains we ever purchased; and
you'll say so it you see these at
75 cents.
tallj Elegant Im Overcoats
At jg8, Sio, $12, andgi-5.
asd
BEAUTIFUL SPRING SUITS
For $10, $12, $15 and $18.
e- y j hundreds of Spring Overcoats at $5, $0 and $7, and hundreds of Spring Suits at
6, ?7 and 88 which, while not being as good as our bigger priced ones, yet are vastly bet
ter in every way than what you'd get for from 52 to 4 more money elsewhere.
THIS WEEK WE BEGIN A TBIUMPH!
To-morrow we open np, ready and perfect for your seeing and buying, a wonderfully
grand stock of Boys and Children's Clothing. Leaving out all the crumpled, mnch-handed-abont-phrases,
we simply call our Boy3' Spring Clothlug the best, the finest, the
grandest ever seen in this city. In more than the ordinary import of trade speech, it's an
entirely new stock; a collection of the nicest, nattiest, newest things the good judgment of
scores of manufacturers could devise and design.
LOVELY NEW SPRING STYLES
IN ONE AND TWO-PIECE KILT SUITS
AT $2 OO, $3 OO, $4 OO, $5 OO AND $6 00.
Magnificent New Spring Styles of Knee Pant Suits at $2 50, $4
and $5, and Long Pant Suits at $5, $7, $8 and $10.
"We expect popularity to shine on them from
they leave the season and our store behind them,
first position to any Boys' Clothing we ever had.
the first hour they're seen to the time
In variety and price they'll take the
Fleishman &Co.
PITTSBURG, PA.
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TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold filllncs from Jl up. Amaleajs, 50c;
silver, 75c; white alloy, 81.
Gold Crowns a specialty.
I3R. J. M. McCLAKEN,
Comer Smithfletd and Fourth avenue,
JeS-ITSu '
Boggs&Buhl,
Allegheny.
Our Sailor, Kiltand Jersey Suits
Show their ample and graceful folds In a multitude of bright and boyish colors. In al
sorts of little boys' suits we have given the old cuts a wide berth and brought togethel
styles thit, while lacking nothing in service and fitness, kick up their heels at the con.
ventional. No need to tell you how many styles. "Whenever you see a dashing, stylish
boy's suit on the street, you can safely put it down as one of ours. As to prices, figure on
our saving you not less than twenty Per Cent; you're likely to save more, you'll not sav
less. You can count on this.
EASTER AND CONFIRMATION SUITS.
The finest and most elegant ever offered in this city at
$6 OO, $7 OO, $8 OO, $10 OO and $12 OO.
New Spring Hats, Spring Furnishing Goods,
If you think high prices stand between you and the most elegant of goods, onr price,
will undeceive vou. All that goodness, thoroughness and reliability bespeak is expressed
in our great and Inexhaustible stock, and as we combine low prices with goodness there'i
no wonder of us being favored with the patronage we enjoy.
N. B. -The great Bargain Sale
of Bradley's Celebrated Blankets
continues.
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To-morro-w being St. Patrick's Day we shall give away
FREE to every visitor to our store, a Souvenir of the
day beloved and revered by all true Irishmen, an ele
gant Satin Shamrock. Be sure you get one.
GUSKYS
GRAND BARGAIN STORE,
300 to 400 Market street
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