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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. THURSDAY, APRIL " 2, 1391.
A DUBIOUS CHANCE Is AH There Is for Tamil's Suc cess in the Election at Sllgo To-Day. TOO GEEAT ODDS AGAI5ST HIM. Should He Sncceed in Winnine the Fight, HoweTer, lie Will Eegain All the Ground lie lias Lost. AFTER TOE FIKE-ESCArE OFFENDERS. Ph E.i Till Fnscrfrs Etacred Frcn Jul to Jul Acid Chttnrg aid S-agirg. 1BT CCVLAr'S CABLE COMPAXT.l LOXDCW., April 1. The contest at Sligo to-morrow will be a sharp one to both sides. To-mcht both factions express perfect confi dence in their respective success. Public sentiment, however, indicates that Parnell trill probably be beaten. As a compensa tion, lioweer, lor the disaster this will mean to him, it is pretty generally conceded if he is not beaten he will regain all the ground -n hich he seems recently to have lost. It is thought that while he has made an iflectire fight, the odds against him are too heavy, and the influence of the priests too strong for him to overcome. At the meet ing of the Slitro corporation to-day, the man who has charge of the fire-escape connected with tlie fire department was called upon to explain why he had allowed the use of the machine at the recent meeting ad dressed by Mr. Parnell, having refer ence to the action of the JIc Cartbvites who went to the fire station and dragced the machine to the hotel where Mr. Parnell wa6 stopping, and there ran the es cape up against the window ol his room. Ran With the Tire Escape. The man explained that a dozen people had come to him and asked for the machine, sum; that a fire had broken out in the building occupied by a doctor. "While he was getting the engine ready to take oat these peopie ran off ith the nre escape The cor poration says it will prosecute the offenders to me fullest extent. Farther accounts of tbo removal of the pris oners from the lion npatnek jail sav there was .i rcatciod present to see the Phoenix Park murderers as they came up, and when one of the prisoners sng Gad bare Ireland," the iu ijonty of the crowd joined in the song. The greatest Interest was shown in Fllzharns, who looked remarkably strong and health. He was the most Jovous of all the prisoners, and as he came from the building he began to repeat a nnmber of terea of bis own composition, re ferring to incidents that bad occurred in the prison since bis incarceration. Left Amid Singing. Mullett looked pale and delicate, in consider ation of which be was placed in an outside car. U he other prisoners walked two by two, band culled together. McCaflray, another Iniu oule, looked well also as did Nally, who was convicted for the conspiracy to murder a brother of burabu. ally and all the other C roniaelvn pnoners wLo bad been found cuilty of this conspiracy to murder appeared In lairly ood health. A -penal train from the Northern railway bad airnedat Downnatnck tuition last night in order to do a-aj with the nece-sity of cbngin car-at lleltast lbe prisoners, with their warders, lf: the station amidst renewed cheeriui; and smsinj; b the prisoners and by the crowd. SQUELCHING A FBATJD. Three Proprietors of the Little. Louisiana Lottcrj Are Indicted. Chicago, April L An afternoon paper says that tbo grind jt.rj bas found indictments acainst the proprietors of the Little Louisiana jotterj, a concern which bas branches in Chi cago, fet. Louis. Kansas City ana other places. 1 lie names of the indicted men are John F. Brad proprietor; John J. llaffj, local agent, and a man named "Welter, who seems to have acted as ascnt for the concern in the receipt of none. but to have been repudiated whenever an of the tickets sola bj bim drew prizes. lnthiand other wajs, it is alleced that the "Litle Louisiana" succeeded in avoiding la ment in most cae- The concern professed to l? a duplicate of the Lousiaua Lottery of .Nv Orleans on a :nal! scale, and undertook to pay prizes on the winning numbers in the big lot lery. A MGB OF LYNCHERS FOILED. They Slake an Tjnsuccessful Attack on a Kentnckj Jail. Moettt fcTLKLiNG, Ki., April L A mob of SO men attacked the jail this morning man effort to lj ucu the two Wiggmtons. father and son, charted with poisoning William ierTison and B. atts March o. lbe jailer had been apprised of their comm" and with a un showed ticht, A number of shots weie fired but no one killed. A 15ig Lxplosion at A arren. FPrCIAL. TELbuUAM TO Tilt DISPATCH.! "Wakren, Pa., April L One of the stills in the Cornplanter Rebnery exploded this morn ing at b o'clock, serious!, if not fatally, in. jurlnc George Taylor. His bead is badly cut and his face and arms ternblj burned. Our greatest 1891 purchase 20,000 vards Freres JCoechlin's finest Trench satins." On sale to-day at lo cents. BOGGS&BUHL. iKOjf Cut beer pleases everybody by its fine flavor and pleasant effects." Dealers all handle it. Beautiful Soui cnlrs Will b" given to each lady visitor to the World's Museum Theater on Tnday of this week. A Itoolii Tastily papered is half furnished. Our stock of wall paper is new and complete in rvery detail. Jons S. EoBEHTb, 414 Wood street. Here's a Bargain In Ladies' Gloics I Ladies 4-button heavy Knghsh dogskin street gloves, tans and browns, worth easilv SI 2j at 75c a pair to-day. JOS HOKVE& Co.'s Penu Avenue Stores. Fresh To-Day AND Dry To-JVlorrow. A complaint often made about cakes and breads. This "peculiar dryness" is caused by the ammonia or alum in the baking powder. The leavening' power of Cleveland's Baking Powder is produced by cream of tar tar and soda only, and food raised with it keeps moist and fresh for days. Cleveland's is the only baking powder having this quality. Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder is sold bv Go" K. Stevenson Co , W'm. Ila-lage & bon. Kubn&Co., John A. Reushaw t Co., James Lockhart, Win. France Son, Miller Bros., Allegheny, and other high class grocers. Th Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday. Is amp ltesldence. i Georpe Hucbner. Allegheny Ltrzlc Fischer Allegheny (William J. McKelTCy. renn township l JIattie right 1'ena township ( l'atrlck ilunro Pittsburg 1 Trances Green mt.burg (RiftaeleDUuee Mttsburg Lulggla tarula Piltsburg 5 Anorew Coot Collins township I Marj Astfall. Collins township ( Lawrence W. Cable Allegheny 1 Jlary V. Snencer Allegheny I Morrlsr, Welch i,amont 1 fcarah A. T llllams estmoreland conntr Andrew Hilary Braddock ( Johanna L'cntcck Braddock ( Thomas L Thomas Pittsburg Margaret Jenkins Pittsburg J Philip Koch Pittsburg J Julia Bieber Pittsburg (William Damn Allegheny j Louise Langhaus Allegheny J George Mai le. Pittsburg Anna tabic Allegheny Henry C Fnrgason Pittsburg I Lncllla U. Begena Allegheny 5 Anton Hays Allegheny (Annie Donovan Allegheny J Henry A. Inderwish Pittsburg (Annie T. McDonell Braddock 5 YWllIam Grooves Tlttsburg I ilary Edwards Plttburg DIED. ALSTON At parents' residence. 12 Fremont street, on Wednesday, April 1, at 9 p. m, Sarah Maitlami, infant dauebter of David M. and Eleanor Swan Alston, aged 6 months and 10 days. Notice of funeral hereafter. BECK On Wednesday, April L 1891. at 9 20 o'clock. Lii.lif. Beck, daughter of Jacob and Iiatie Beck, aged 2 ears and 29 days. Funeral from the residenco of parents, No. 268 East street, Allegheny, on Friday, April 3, at 2 P. Jf. Friends of the family are respect fully invited to attend. 2 BEEBOTJT On Tuesday mornine. March 31, at 1-10, Mr. Samuel W. Beebout, of Port Homer, O.. passed awav in deatb after a short Illness, aged 64 years. BIDDLE At Colorado, on Saturday, March 2S, J. T. Biddlk. of Allegheny City, in his 42d j ear. Funeral services at the residence ot his sister, Mrs. John Flocker, 61 Buena Vista street, Al legheny, on Fkiday aptekisoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family respectfully invited to attend. Interment private. 2 BBATT On Tuesday evenine, March 31, 1S91, Job B. Bi:att, aged 63 years. Funeral from his late residence, 93 Cass avenne, on Friday, at 2 p. K. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. BROE On Tuesday. Ma-ch 31, 1891, at 120 P. at , "W iixiam B. Bkoe, in his 2Sth year. Funeral from Flannery's on THURSDAY, April 2, at 9 15 A. M. High mass of requiem at St. Paul's Cathedral at 10 o'clock. Interment at St. Mary's Cemetery. 2 BROWN At the parents residence. 73 East Diimond street, Allegheny, Tuesday, March 31, 1891, 11 SO A. M., W alter, son of Alexander and Elisabeth Brown. BUETTLER On Wednesday, April 1.189J, at 5 o'clock a. at , at th residence ot his niece, Mrs Kite Anderson. 1229 Penn avenue, Will iam Buettler, in the 75th year of his aee. Funeral will take place on Thursday aft ernoon at 2 o'clock. BYNANE On Wednesday, April 1. 1891, at 7.30 a. it, Edward Byuane, aged 47 years. Funeral from his late residence, 29 Bedford avenne, on Friday, April 3, at S.30 A. M. Friends sf the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 CAMERON-On Wednesday, April 1, 1891, at 5 40 o'clock p. M., Sarah J., wife of James Cameron, aged 56 years. Funeral services at her late residence. No. 256 Fortv-fourth street, on Friday aitek ioon at 3 o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 CLAY April J, 6 P. M., MARY EVANS, wife ot Georce Wr. Clav. Notice or funeral hereafter. COLENBURG On luesdav. March SL 1891. Mrs. Frances a. Colewburg, widow of the late William Colenburg, aged 79 years. CON WELL On Tuesday. March 31, 1S9L at 7.30 p. m Mary Coj.'well, aged 90 years. The funeral will take place from the resi dence of her son-in-law, Patrick Breslm, Key stone avenue, near Stanton, Eighteenth ward, on Thursday, at S a. m. Services at St. Keir nan's Church, Fifty-fourth street, at 8.30. In terment at Brodhead Cemetery. Train will leave Union depot at 10 20 A- Jf. CORR1GAN On Wednesday. April L jS91, at i p. x.. james uokriqa-N, aged 75 years. Funeral will take place from his late resi dence, 41 Monterey street. Allegheny. Satur day, April i. at 8.30 A. M. Services at St. Peter's Chorch at 9 a, m. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. CLIFTON Wednesday, Anril 1,1891, at 8 55 A. M., Joux Cliftov. aged 76 Funeral services Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Interment Saturday. April 4, at 2 p. sl, from his late residence, No. 171 Forty-second street, Seveiteenth ward. DAILY Wednesday, Aptll L at 10J5 P. n. Mrs. W. S. Daily, 176 Robinson street, Alle gheny. Notice of funeral hereafter. DE.VORE At the residence of his parents, MonongahUa City, Pa., on Tuesday, March 31, 1S91. at 11 o'clock p. sl. Reed S. Devoue, in his 21st year. Funeral services on Thursday at 2 o'clock P.M. DRYBURGH On Toesdav. March 31, 1891 at 7 p. M., Walter Dei burgh, aged54 years DUFFY On Tuesdij, March 3L 189L at 4 55 p. M., John V. Duffy, in the 41st ear of bis age. Member of Branch 3S, C. M. B. A. Funeral will take place from his late resi dence. No. 455 Cedar street. Sixteenth ward, Bloomfield, Friday, April 3, 1891, at 8.30 A. M. Requiem high mass at St. Joseph's Church, at 9 A. at. Friends of the family and members of the U. M. B. A. are respectfully invited to attend. ERIvST On Wednesday morning. Myrtle Alda, infant daughter of Henry G. and Ada Ernst, aged 7 months 17 dajs Funeral service Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock at residence, 17.4 Wylie avenne. In terment private. FIRE On Tuesday evening. March 31, 1891, at 10 30 o'clock,at theresidence.Perrysvllle ave nue, near Charles street. Laura M., youngest daughter of Albert and Kate Fire, aged 3 years 7 months and 11 days Funeral services on Thursday, April 2, at 2 p. M. Interment private. FOWNES On Wednesday, April 1, 1891, at 7 i: at.. Alice, daughter of Mrs. S. A. Fownes, in her 21st year. Notice ot funeral hereafter. FRICK At Allecheny General Hospital, on Wednesday. Ar.nl 1, 1891, at 4 40 P. M., Joseph Frick, in the 74th jear of his ace. Funeral services at Samson's, 75 Sixth ave nue, on Sunday, at 2 p. jl Interment privato at a later hour. GREISER On Wednesday. April 1. 189, W. I GUEibER, oldest son of John and Mary Greiser, of bhalor township. Evergreen plank road. Funeral sermon on Friday at 2 p. Hudson M. E. Church. M. at 2 HARRIS On Monday, March 30, 189L KATE, wife of John W. Harris, aged 20 years. HATES-At the family home. No. 374 Edwin street. Twentieth ward, on Monday. March 30 I89L at 10.30 P. M , John, son ot Robert and Rosanna Hayes, aged 24 years. HEEREN Monday March 30. at 2 r. jr.. at the residence of her son. William Ileeren, Centr ivemie. near Neville street. East End! Alwive. relict of Theodore Heorcn, in the 70th j ear of her ago. Fnneral services at tho above residence Thursd vr, April 2, at 2 p. it. Interment pri vate at a later hour. 3 HIGGINS On Tuesday, March 3L 1S9L at 3 30 a. ji., Michael Hiogins, aged 45 years. HOUF1 On March .11. in the West Penn Hospital, Miss Martha Houff. Funeral services in the Episcopal Church at New Briehton. Pa., on THURSDAY. Anril 2. at i P. M. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend JONES At the residence of E. a UDStill. at Sbendan, Fittsbursr, Cincinnati and St. Louis Railway, it 11.30 o'clock on Wednesday morn ing. April 1.1S91, Grace W. Jones, wifo of John Jones and mother of Mrs E. S. Upstill. Funeral services at 10 o'clock a. it. Friday. Interment private at a later hour. Utica. N. Y., and Chicago papers please copy. 1 2 JEFFEREY-On Wednesday. April 1, at 5 A. M., Archie Jefperey. beloved son of Archie and Hanna E. Jeffeiey, aged 4 years and 8 months. Fnneral to take place from his parents' resi dfiicc. 37 Garrison strest. Second ward. Alle sbenj, on Friday, April 3. at 9 a. m. Friends of the family are repcctf ully invitod to at tend. KELLY On T uesday, March 31, 1891, at Ji p. M., at the residence or Mrs. M. H. Potter, WilkiDsburg, Miss Ann Kelly, In her 78th year. KELLEY On Wednesday evening at 0 15 o'clock, John Herron Kelley, infant son of B. F. and Margaret Kelley, aged 9 months 22 dajs. Funeral from the residence of his grand father, Hugh Roney, No. 43 Anderson street, Allegheny, on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. 2 KENNEDY At his residence. No. 93 Steuben street, on Wednesday, April 1. 1891, at 10 A. m., Patrick Kennedy, in his b5th year. Friends of the family are respectfully in vited to attend the funeral services at St. James' Church. West End, on Friday, April 8, at 9.30 A. M. Interment private. 2 KILLIKLLLY On Tuesday, March 3L 189L at 11J25 p. m., AIaby Meech, widow of the late Rev. Dr. B. B. Killikelly, in the 84th year of her age. Funeral services in St. Paul's Church, Kit tannmg, Pa., on ITeIday, April 3, 1891, at 11.30 A.M. 2 KELLY On Tuesday. March 31, 1891. at 2 P. M , at the residence of her niece, Mrs M. H. Potter, Wilkinsbnrg, Miss Ann Kelly, in her 78th year. Funeral services will bo held at the residence of her neice, Mrs. M.H.Potter, corner of Wood and North streets, Wilkinsburg, on Thurs day, April 2, 1S9L at 2 p. M. Interment private at a later hour. LAMONT On Tuesday, March 8L 1891. at Haysville, Pa.. P.. Ft. V. & C. B, R., Mrs. Eliza Isabella Lamoit, relict of John La mont, aged 60 years and 8 months. Funeral Thursday, April 2, to proceed to Uniondale Cemetery on arrival of 2 o'clock tram at Allegheny depot Interment privato 2 MILLER On Tuesday, March 31, at the residence of her son, Gliomas Miller, No 11 Federal street extension, Allecheny, Mary Ann Miller, McCAMBRIDGE On Tuesday afternoon, March 31. at 5 45 o'clock. ROSE G.. daughter of John McCambridge. Funeral on Friday morning, April 3. from her father's residence, No. 2 Cherry street, Al legheny, at 8 o'clock. 2 McCHESNEY At his residence.6317 Station street. East End, on Wednesday morning, at 6 3U o'clock, April 1, 1891. of pneumonia. Charlie McChesney, in the 49th year of his age. Fnneral services Friday, at 2 p. M., from Park Avenue PresbUerian Church. MCCORMICK At 9 o'clock Wednesday morning, at the residence of her brother-in-law, Thomas M. Armstrong. Shetland street, near Lincoln avenue. Ease End, Mrs. Maria H. Mc cormick. Funeral services on Friday, April 3, at 2 P. M. Interment private. 2 McKOWN-6n Tuesday, March 31. 188L James McKown, In the S2d year of his age. Funeral services at his late residence, Osborn, Thursday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Inter ment private. 2 McNALLY At her residence on Jones ave nue, Thirteenth ward, on Tuesday, March 31, 1891, at n 30 a. m.. Catherine McNally, aged 65 years. NULLMEYER On Wednesday morning, April 1, at 7 15. Frederick C, widow of Christoph A. Nullmerer, age 73 years. At rest. Funeral services on Friday afternoon 2 o'clock at her late residence, No. 2706 Sarah street, Southside. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 O'BRIEN On Tuesday. March SL 1891, Jeremiah O'Brien, in bis 49th year. REED Tuesday, March 31, 1891, Mrs. Jane Reed. A precious one from us has gone, A voice we loved is stilled. A place is vacant in our home Which never can bo filled. Furieral from residence of her daughter. No. 4 Monastry avenue, Pittsburg, S. 8 , on Thursday morning, April 2. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 OSBORNE On Wednesday, April 1. 1891. at 6.30 a. x., Edward Osborne, aged 52 years. Funeral services on Thursday, April 2, at 1 30 at late residence, Avalon station. Funeral one hour later from Ft, Wayne station. Interment in Uniondale Cemetery. PATTERSON-On Wednesday. April 1. 1891, at 10 o'clock p. M aged 69 years, Matilda, relict of tbe late Major James W. Patterson. Notice of funeral hereafter. REX On Wednesdaymorningat2 30o'clock, at her home, in Philadelphia, Mrs. George Rex, mother of Dr. T. A Rex, of this city. Funeral on Friday. ROETH-On Monday. March 30, 1891, at 7.20 p. M., Martin Roeth. in bis 58th year. The funeral will take place on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, from bis late resi dence. No. 178 Ohio street, Allegheny, to which the friends and relatives are respectful ly invited, as are alto the members of tbe Gois tav Adolph Lodge, K,of II., the Teutoma Lodge No. 152, A. O. U. W., and of the Allegheny Turnvercin, tbe Teutoma Gesangverein and tbe Caecelia Maennerchor. 2 RYAN On Tuesdav. March 3L 1891. Ed. ward E. Ryan, aged 7 years and 3 months. Funeral from parents' residence, No. 10 Elba row. Second avenue, Frankstown, Twen ty third ward, on Thursday, the 2d insr,, at 2 o'clock P. M. Friends of the family are re spectfully invited to attend. 2 SCHMIDT On Mondav. March SO, 1891. at 8 o'clock P. M. at bis residence in Beaver Falls, Ludwjg Schmidt, in his 63d year. Funeral from tbe residence of bis daughter, Mrs. Annie Ortt, No. 1302 Sarah street. South side, on Thursday, April 2. at 2 P. M Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. J. SCHMIDT On Wednesday. Anril 1 1891, at 6am. Willa May. daughter of Emil and Sadie E. Schmidt (nee Cline), agedl year and 2 months. Services at residence, Crafton, Pa., Thurs day at 2 P. M. Interment private, at later hour Train leaves Union Depot for Crafton at 1-05 p. M., city time. SCHNEIDER-On Tuesday. March 3L 1891, at 7 30. Joseph Schneider, aged 82 years. Funeral will take place on Friday. April 3. 1891, at 8 SO A. M. from 131 South Fifteenth street, boutuside. SIMON'S-On Tuesday, March SI, 1S91. at 7.30 A. 3i.. Maggie, daughter of Mrs. M. McBnde, aged 17 years. SINGER On Tuesdav at 3 15 P. M., May. oldest daughter of John and Anna Singer, at her residence. No. 619 Avey street, E. E STANLEY On Wednesday, April 1, 1891, at 4 JO p.m. Wilson h., son of William and Lucy Stanley, aged 1 year 9 months and 6 das. Funeral services at the parents' residence, 224 First avenue, on Friday, the 3d insr., at 2 o'clock. Friends of tbe family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 STAUB On Tuesdaj, March 31, 1891, Mary E. Staub, iu the 41st year of her ase. Funeral from her late residence. No. 40 Went Jeffersor street, Allegheny, on Thursday, April 2, at 2 p. m. Interment private. 2 STRAUCH On Tuesdav. March 31, 1S9L. at 3 P. M.. Henry Strauch, Sr . aged 68 years. Funeral on THURSDAY. April 2, 1891, at 2 p. M , from 49 Green street, Allegheny. Friends of tbe family are respectfully invited to at tend. TROUT On Tuesday afternoon. March 31. 1891, at 5 o'clock, Miss Lillian S . daughter of Samuel and Emma Irout, aged 18 years 2 days. WALDSCHMIDT On Wednesday, April L 1S9L at 4 15 A. 11., Edward Henry, son of Daniel and Ella Waldschmidt, aged 8 years 3 months and 14 days. Fnneral from parents' residence, 138 Monte rey street, Allegheny, on Friday, at 2 p. M. WATSON At 5 15 P. M , Wednesday, April 1, 18'U, at bis home at Jack's Run srannn, Bellevue borouch, ALEXANDER McLeod Watson, in his toth year.; Notice of funeral licrealtcr. 2 WILLOCK On Tuesday evening, March 31, 1S91, at tbe residence of Mrs. Jano Ward. 121 Page street, Allegheny City, Miss Jane Wil- locic WOOLSLA1R At the family residence, Shakespeare, street. East End, on Tuesday, March 31, 1691. at 10 30 A. M., WILLIAM W'OOLb lair, acod 79 years. Services on Thursday, April 2, at 2 30 p. m. Interment private. 2 JAMES ARCHIBALD 4 BRO , LIVERY AND bALE STABLKS. 66 and OS becond avenue, between Wood and bmitnficld streets. Carri-ices for funerals, S3. Carriages for operas,parties,etc.,at the lowest rates. All new carriages. Telephone communication, my6-S0 tts TEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN 1801. ASSETS - . t9.071.G96 33. Insurance Co. of North America. Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L. JONES. 81 Fourth avenue. ja2(W9-D YfE. AU. VSE L pfaeegiCiyrqaao0' nfonner r& inrDaKUiy esterx insurance co. "-"" wrnlffiy nine uabnets H'laichinnn AT i 'A rjlm WmmDrm 1 V m fl 1 UVTUW NO. 411 WOOD STKEET. -sold by- - IlSBInOT n i n MWM.mWffaH JSMm M aESraaSM95THEAl.TilFVt. YollcKvfedent. J08-FLBMjrfiAgS&.i. lraJFOfflCB SPGHalty GO. eQ,606nd508MarfcetSt. VMdmMMMVMrtifflM 1 ja51-TT3 e!8-33.TTS WM. P. HERBERT, Secretary. mBl9-82-TTSU Plttsburz. mhB-TTS n,"'rlr- llfi Third aT. an2 n2.R!ii NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. FIRST VltSW OF NEW CAKPETS, FURNITURE, CURTAINS. Our three depart ments of housefurnish ing will appear in their new attire on Easter Monday, March 30. 1 he recent extensive Clearance Sale of old goods is replaced by an attractive display of the newest designs and colorings of Carpets, Curtains and Furni ture. Under competent salesmen, and with skillful workmen in every department, we offer to our patrons the best of facilities for se curing harmonious and reliable housefurnish ing. N. B. Prices al ways the lowest com patible with good quality. . IcCitoGk Co., Furniture, Carpets, Cur tains, Bedding, 33 FIFTH AVE. mh26-TTS MOVING TIME! If you are going to move, perhaps you will need New Carpets, New Curtains, NewWallPaper, New Blinds ! If so, we offer onportumties to housekeepers that mean to them a saving of dollars. You will miss a great chance if you fail to see us be fore making your purchases. We are giving better values for the money than any store in the two cities. A visit will convince you of this. ARTHUR, S8H0NDELMYER & CO., 68 and 70 Ohio St., Allegheny. apl-MThs W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE and other special ties for Gentlemen, Tjirtipftptj. .arewar- ranted, and so stamped on bottom Address W. L. DOUGLAS, Brochton, illass. Sold by D. CarUr, 71 Firth ave. J. H. JfrohMnr, 88 Jfllta are. IU J. 4 U. M. Lanjr, i501 Holler it. 4.. O. parber, UM Carson iu Henry Kosaer, Alle neiiy.K. U. HoUinan. Allegheny. 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We don't resort to guessing schemes, nor anything that is not in keep ing with strictly honest business methods to get your custom. Honest goods, low prices and every o-arment warranted. 954 and 956 Liberty St., STAB CORKER. Hih29-l-TTSu Our New Square Crown Hat, "STANLEY," Why Pay 82.98 For an inferior hat, whose name you are ashamed of, when for $2, fi.50 or $3 You can buy one of better quality and ABSOLUTELY CORRECT IN STYLE AT PAULSON BROS.', No. 441 Wood St. mhl9 tts JAS. IVrNEIL & BRO BOILERS, PLATE AND bHEETIUO.N WORK". PATENT SHEET IRON ANNEALING BOXES. With an increased capacity and hydraulic machinery, we are prepared to furnish all work lu our line cheaper and better than by the old methods Repairing and general machine worl,. Twentwnintb streot and Allegheny Valley Railroaa. fel0-67 tts FOR DYSPEPSIA Distress xKj 'ijjife SsNSSKSSf iXMSS-S ' api and Reefer Jackets, Tan and Blue bg ' 'f VI 1 1 M i aJT,c. Mloim ot indigestion. 1" a rNrrin uioi;n,irom4toiuyears,aLi ou. HJ mAiAAkttiyj 1 BLEl5JlPreiar6aromtliafrnit ffca!JJ'gH DESKS Wiik, MBmimaMmMMai 4 , OLtl JHof the Papaya Melon JfStSfEM "" V Wm', mrvWffffMwiWiMMA 1 WdAAjaBeofnnaiatnetrop!cs. ffiJlSHSi ru,,g WiMWh WfSWlil J NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. JUST A LITTLE SUNSHINE, And the grip shall disappear. But with the advance of the season, backed up by the bright sifn peer ing in at window and door, comes the care of the housekeeper. Then if you need anything in CARPETS, CURTAINS or MATTINGS, com bine COMFORT With necessity. Get something you will always be satisfied with. We have all qualities at LOWEST PRICES, and the PRETTIEST PATTERNS, PATTERNS of which you will never get tired. CALL AND SEE. Body Brussels 85c per yd and up. GINNIFF & STEINERT, LIM., Wood St. Carpet House, 305 WOOD ST. mh31-TTS Children's, Misses' and Young I orjipe' TRIMMED PATTERN HAT OPEHIHG ! On Saturday, April 4, OF THIS WEEK, at which time ire will make a beautiful display of all the latest ideas for Children's, Misses' and Yonng Ladies' Wear in Trimmed Hats. "We will also show at the same time additions to our choice line of Ladies' Trimmed Pattern Bonnets and Hats. Also a full line of Untrimmed Hats and Bonnets, Flowers, Gilt, Silver and Silk Ribbons and Millinery Goods Generally. No cards issued for this opening; all are expeeted. Home & Ward, 41 FIFTH AVE. ap2-D lew Bedford Cords! Decreed by FASHION to be one of the most desirable SUITING FABRICS of the season! Latest Paris shades, 40 inches wide, me dium -weight, 1 a Yard. 40-inch All-wool Black Hem stitched Stripe BATISTE or VEIL ING Five different styles, at 50c per yard. 3 styles 40-inch All-wool Black Hemstitched Bordure VEILING, GOc per yard. One case 40-inoh BLACK GRENADINES (not striotly all wool) at 35c 3 VALVES that will give an idea of offerings made at BLACK DRESS GOODS DE PARTMENT! DRESS TRiMMINGS! Bolting Clotto Jeweled Embroideries. Arabesque, Milanaise and Veni tian Bands and Edges; combina tion of Amber, Jet and Cantilla. Sets for BODICE, SLEEVES and COLLAR; 'twould require pages to tell of half the really artistic jeweled and shell-tinted GIMPS; Cut Steel, Black Gimp Corsetieres, and the endless styles of Dress Garniture here displayed! BUTTONS! Every new design and material PEARL, Pure and "Smoked," Square and Olive Shaped; Buffalo Horn, 3 sizes; highly polished Ivory, Silver, Gilt and Silk Sutache Buttons, for Jackets, etc., etc Bias Velveteen Dress Facings! Have taken place of Skirt Braids. All colors and Black, 20c a bolt. Long English Walking Coats ! Adjustable Capes, light weight in visible Plaids, Tan Broadcloth, Homespuns, etc, etc , 812 50, 915 to 825. Boggs&Buhl, B &B NEW PUBLICATIONS. 1 TBH-urc mm. fry iFW ,f'l -'I ' LJ? J) j fMM I f W I ' I'i FIFTEEN Do you seek a cause for the sacrifice? Let us say at once, waste no sympathy on us. We secured them farr below the market value we offer them to you on the same terms. There's a cause for this effect The effect ought to interest you the most Here's a splendid chance to save a few dollars on a, New Spring Suit if you feel so disposed. This will in no way interfere with our regular business, but is a special offer, made in good faith and made for the next three days only THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATUR DAY of this week. Do yourself the justice to look; e 300 GUS TO 400 ZMZ-k-IRIKIIET ST. 20 Per Cent Discount NO RESERVATION OF ANY KIND. We are going out of business here, and this is an ex traordinary plan to sell our goods quick. There's plenty of clothing here. The finest we could make. All our Spring Goods, Men's Spring Overcoats, Men's Spring Overcoats, In great variety. 20 per cent discount allowed. SPECIAL We make a clear and clean 20 per cent dis count from our regular established prices for Clothing Made to JvT G3.SU IG WANAMAKER&BROWN, COR. SIXTH ST. AND PENN AVE. ati2-D THREE BARGAINS rsr Laflles' and Cfiilaren's LIglit Welff&t JACKETS ! Ladles' fine all-wool Cheviot Blazers, with cord and tassel, all shades, at $3 25. Ladies' Black and Tan Blazers, bound in gilt cord, at $&. Children's and Misses' Blazers and Reefer Jackets, Tan and Blue Cloth, from 4 to 10 years, at $1 GO. To secure a suit of clothes for Spring far below the actual value and the price usual at the opening of the season. For the next three days we shall offer several hundred MEN'S s: PRING SUITS. In Sacks, Frocks and Prince Alberts. In materials you will find pretty much anything you may desire. Cassimeres, Cheviots, Worsteds', plain and mixed. They are of the very latest style, bein manufactured for this season's trade, and in the regular way would bring $18, $20 and even $22. For three days you can Take-Your Choice For 4GOGOOt&9&XX KY'S Handsome Salts madaupbyS merchant tailors of Buffalo, K. Y. They are all catchy and new patterns. Our Price for Them $11! ORIGINALLY made up to order for 22 to $30. Don't be the last one to look at them. DOLLARS. 52 HPTT-TW UwMmm a jfl