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TEE PITTSBT7BQ DISPATCH PPJDAY, APPJfi 17, 1891.
MR. DALZELL'S SPEECH
Tne Le.idins: Attraction at a Mcad
Tille Political Xeetina
A REPUBLICAN CLUB'S BANQUET.
A amb!r of Prwbjrteries Hest in Penu-
STltaiiii and OIno.
SFMAlNS OP PL08D VICTIMS FOUND
tf TECIAL TULEC.r.AM TO T.1Z DISrATCIM
Mkadville. April 1C The mottira
liortant political event that ever oecnrred in
lids city since the last l'residectal cam
V&ign was the third annual banquet held
to-nicbt br the Crawford County Yonnc
Men's Republican Club, Preparations
. have been con p on for some weeks, and a
splendid programme had been prepared.
Tn-tilgtit Library Hall, in this city, was
nblaze with l.cht, and every nook and
corner wa jammed with listeners to the
many prominent speaker! who were known
to hate atteudd the banquet and were
booked for a speech afterward. Cover: had
been laid for but 125 guests, buf soon after
the many courses nad been discussed the
vlace rapidlj filled. Major Charles E.
Richmond ufficiited as toast master, and in
troduced the several speakers, who were
v doomed with cheers.
Amonp those prnminentlv turned to re
spond to the several toasts were Hon. Mat
thew Griswold, of Erie, who has but lately
won a complete victory for himself and
party in that cut; Hon J. W. Sproull, of
Vnion City; Colonel J. J. Carter, and C J.
Andrew, of Titusvillft. The latter made a
hiief but lnppy speech. By all odds the one
ctent of the evening was an address by Hon.
John DalzelU of Pittsburg. W nen Mr. Da!zll
aroe tie was creeted with one round after
anoinrrnf applause, wbich only ceased wueu
lie b'Ran his effort.
After complimenting the Crawford County
club tu speaker plunged into the details of
pnlrical eTents having a national interest. He
referred to the great work of the Speaker
ilnrinc the laBt Concress, and pointed out what
Jiail lieen ilnne there for the cooi of the country
a" 1 nee He then talked of the tariff, and said
later tents hud more than justified the so
called stringent measures of the JlcKinlcj bill
Jtis hire tnat the excellent memory and
I rilhant wit of the speaker came in play, for he
a enabled to cive one bcildrlns array of
ficuro after another, showing the profitable
application of the bill to the exports and im
ports of this countrj, as compared to what had
been done and what micht have been done had
the Democrats earned the day in the last and
ra"' memorabl" Concress.
Then, cumins down to the present day, the
exact attitude of this country in its dealings
with Italv were mentioned, and the speaker
rloscd with a crowning peroration on the work
that has been done and will be dnnsbytbe
gieat ltepublican oartyin the affairs of the
count. At a late hour tonight "he party dis
Folvrd. after one of the root brilliant and suc
cessful political meetings ever held in this
county.
MEETINGS OF PBESBTTEBIES.
Iteports of Several of Them Itclng Held In
the Three States.
TSFZCIAL TELEGRAM TO THk DISPATCH.
Ixdiana, Pa.. April 16. The spring Presby
ter ot the Presbyterian Church in this dis
trict opened here jesterday afternoon. Ford
City petitioned for a church organization and a
committee was appointed to investigate. A
committee was appointed on bills and over
tures. The applications of the -candidates for
the ministry D H. Craighead, of Elders'
Itidge: G. B. Irwin, of Ebenezer, and S. R.
Wylie, of Kittanning, are pending. The bal
ance of the Johnstown flood fund was directed
to be paid to the church at that place.
The United Presbyterian Presbytery met at
Johnstown to-day. A petition to a. mission
chnrch at Altoona was granted. The balance
tf the flood money was directed to be paid to
the trustee.
'the Lima Presbytery, which has been in
fe-sion in Kindlay fince Monday, adjourned
this evening after choosing Sst. Marys as the
next place of meeting and the first week: in
fceptejiber as the time.
The Huntinrden Presbytery closed a verv
Interesting session in Pnillipsburc to-day. Tne
scsmou began Tuesday and was well attended.
A warm discussion ensued over a resolution
opposing the seating of Prof, llricgs in the
Chair of Biblical Theology in the Union Theo
logical beminarv. The resolution was adopted
bv an almost unanimous vote.
The Zanesville Presbytery closed a two days'
session at Newark, O., adjourning to meet at
Adams Mills in September. After a spirited
debate strong resolutions against licensing the
liquor traffic were adopted.
BEHAEfS 07 FLOOD VICTIMS.
A Jfew X"icld of Exploration Opened by a
Johnstown 3Xan.
rfPFCIAt.TM.EGKArfTO THE DISPATCH.!
Joh:stow-5, April 16. David JenKins went
down the road to-day to a point about one mile
and a half below the Nineveh bridge on the
Indiana county side of the river, where the re
mains of his on Harvey were found in Feb
ruary last. His object was to look for the boy's
loot with a pick and shovel, but the member
was missing after a day's hird work.
Part ot a man leg was found, however: also
the skull of a man. the upper part of an arm
and the wrist of another, the bones of a thumb
and three cheek bones. The bones were all
taken out by Henry Kogers, of Nineveh, and
unried. Mr. Jenkins Is of the opinion that the
search force of the cirv ought to do some work
at that point Ihe Indiana county people be
licie tiut SO or 40 flood victims are buried
there.
HXUSTBIOTJS VISITCES FOE ETJBOPE.
Hon. Dick Qnay, Ills Sisters and Mrs. Wana
maker Will Soon Depart,
'SrPClAI TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCBM
Ufaver FALLS, April 18. A special car con
tain.ng Senator Quay's horses, carnages, etc,
arrived in Weaver last night. The Senator and
family are expected to-night.
Hon K. R. Quav, with his sister, and Mrs
"Vt'anamaker, wife of the Postmaster General,
will leave for Europe In a few dajs. Tbey ex
pect to be absent the greater portion of the
mmraer.
A BOGUS ADVERTISEMENT,
Hulf a Hundred Dogs Offered Vexed Au
thorities for Kcwards.
-rrnctAi. teleuram to the dispatch.i
Beaver Faixs, April 16. A dog pen has
been erected near the police office for stray
OOgi.
borne joker published an advertisement that
25 cents would be paid for dogs, ana to-day half
hundred bujs. each with a dog, probablv
r-:o'en. applied lor the reward. As a result
there is truublo among the police and neigh-
1-ois.
The Delamater Settlement.
rfrnCTAI,TEX.KOI!A to THB DISPATCH."
Ukadvillje."- April 16. The committee of
tmf. ired creditors met to-day, and extended
the time of acceptance of the compromise offer
o" ito per cent made by Delamater A Co. to the
25th inst. Fully nine-tenths of all the unse
cured creditors bave agreed to accept the
comproroHr and the majority of those who
Jiavo not Mgncd the agreement live at a dis-1
tant or are abroad.
A Victim of Melancholia.
.srrCIAL TELEQHAM TO THB DISPATClX.l
Lebao, Pa., April 16. Thomas A. Hart
man, aged CD vears, hanged himself yesterday
jn the rooms of the Hartman Honse. De
ceased had been partially paralvzed for some
time and was suffering from melancholia.
Trl-state Brevities.
Huakeman George WmBERwas crushed
to death yesterday while coupling cars In the
ynngs:cvin jard of the X. Y , P. A O. Rall
load. A TAI'I) engine at Dennison, O., street two
men Ilassett, aged 60 years, was killed out
right, and James Murray escaped with a
crushed foot.
Two Elttsburgers, W. A. Mitchell and Black
smith Ireland, and three Oil City men haTe
been engaged by an oil supply .company for a
llrazilian oil syndicate, and will sail from New
1 nrk next Tueday. They are driller and tool
i 'ersrr under omtract to operate one vcar
..built 3J0 miles from Ilio Janeiro.
DtPOSlTloss are being taken in Steuben
Mile for the case to be tried shortly at Wheel
ing to determine the validity of the transfer ot
(7,000 worth of Jefferson iron works stock from
Uaron Lagerfslt to his wife and Irom her to
her father, Calvin B. Doty. The Keystone
JJanK of Pittsburg is the plaintiff in the case,
and Calvin B. Doty, father-in-law of Baron
Lagerftlt, 4s the defendant. The case grows
out of the defalcations, hypothecations and al.
leged forgeries of the Baron.
Progress,
It is vary Important In this age of vast ma
terial progress that remedv be pletf Ing to the
taste and to tbe eye. easily taken, acceptable to
the stomach and healthy in its nature and
effects. Posessinr these qualities, Syrup of
Figs is tho one perfect laxative and most gen
tle diuretic known.
SPBIXG UOUSECLKAN1SG.
Onr Upholstering Business
A big feature of our curtain department
Mattresses in all grades, and in any size, in
stock and to order.
Furniture re-covered in best manner.
Slip covers to order.
Pillows and bolsters in stock and to order.
Large assortment of new drapery materials.
Our bargain laco curtain 'sile still goes on.
Jos. Hornb & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
The Easiest Shoe Worn.
My genuine hand-sewed tnrn at $3 SO.
Ladies' dongola button, very flexible soles,
at G. D. Simeu's, 78 Ohio street, Allegheny,
Pa. TIF
Marriage Licenses uranted Yesterday.
Mw Besldenee.
$ lHnlel a Jsmts Homestead
Sophia A. Weak Homestead
t Daniel Kelly SJiW""
I Annie McUlnley , Pittsburg
JJottph Wall , 1 i.!1!'?!"
1 Mary Fleig !.. Pittsburg
JGeorteTIll E!!H"
Alice Murry Pittsbarg
J James Moore -Plttsburc
Jjulta A. Ulllman Allegheny
I udwlg Keplnska Pittsburg
Jllrom.lawafeejaeskroilca Pittsburg
t Harry Geyer Fittsbnric
) Anni Laura Hanley FittsBurg
I Frank W. Couelu , Brldgevllle
X UarvJ. llccd Mlklntburg
j vuuinn . Sperling , Turtle Creek
Annie M. Baker Fittiburr
I W iillain B-Tbompton Pittsburg
Mary A Dangeroeld : Uoroewood
I felcr Durkln Pittsburg
Mary Kmrney Pittsburg
( (.lirl-t M . Hartman ....Pittsburg
! Mary C. DUtaeh Pittsburg
Oliver Tnlsley , Wellsville. O.
IMarvG. Martin Ulmerdlng
t John J. Muchler K!tts!lnr't
1 Mary ost , Pittsburg
J John Murray Pittsburg
X Hose Murphy Homestead
I Phllln Lauer PItuburg
j Annie umtn Pittsburg
( David J.Crawford PItuburg
) Amelia Bentx Pittsburg
JJohn E. Hall , Allegheny
i Jeanuette Beach Allegheny
( Charles Kratt Pittsburg
J Henrietta lechemeler Allegheny
Frederick J. Btephenson rittsburg
JauiinuE Welch Pittsburg
(SeyinourHyatt Pittsburg
Anna Bennett Pittsburg
Frank J. Lewis ...Pittsburg
J Bertha D. Blattler PItuburg
5 Charles W. reiger PItuburg
1 Katie Flcxer PItuburg
(Thomas Williams Washington
Annie P.oberts Plttsbnre
J Frederick Munz Allcntown
I Loulza Dietrich Pittsburg
Xavler Obermaler Pittsburg
I HosmaBlelweler Pittsburg
DIED.
ANDERSON On Tuesday, April H. 1891, at
1 a. Jt, Isabexl Andeeson, In tn 71st year
of her age.
ALSO:
COOPER On Tuesday. April 14, 1S91, at
12 10 P. v., James McQuibxaw, beloved son of
Joseph and Lizzie Cooper, aged 14 years, 11
months and 9 days.
BRENNAN On the 14th Inst., at Washing
ton, D. Cm D. C father ot John P. Brennan, in
the 72d year of his age.
Interment private at Philadelphia on Friday.
the 17th mat. 2
BROWN At Richmond. Va.. Thursday,
April 16. 1891, Geo. A. Brows, of Pittsburg.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
BURNS On April 16, at 620 P. JU Mrs.
Eliza Burks, widow of the late Samuel U
Burns, in tbe 55th year of her age.
Services from Nlxo,i Street Baptist Church,
Saturday morni o at 8 o'clock. 2
CAMP Oo Thursday. April 16, 1891, at 10.55
a. il, Uarjiieox TEPnEs, youngest son of
b. A. and Missouri Camp, aged 21 months and
14 days.
Funeral services at family residence, rear of
No 100 Cliff street, on Satubdat after
noon, at 2 o'clock. Interment private.,
Rochester, Pa., and Cleveland, O., 'papers
please copy,
CULLENAN Suddenly, on Tnesday, April
14, 1891, Jons Cullewan, aged 48 years.
DARRAGH On Tuesday. April 14, at 11 A.
M Dr. bcUDDER I. DarbaGH, at Wayniart,
Pa., late of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Funeral from his parent's residence, Mattison
Darragh, at West Bridgewater, Pa., Friday, 2
P. M. , 2
DAVIDSON On Tuesday morning. April
14, 1891. at 430 o'clock. Masoaret Burgess,
wife ot John E. Davidson.
Funeral services at the residence of her hus
band, No. 55 Washington street, Allegheny
City, ou Fridat morning, April 17, at 10
o'clock. Interment private. 3
E1GENRAUCH Wednesday. April 15, 1S9L
at 5 15 p. M- Ernest Auqust Eioekbaucii,
in his 29tn year.
Services will be held Friday, April 17, at 2
p. K. from his late residence, 144 High street,
Allegheny. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. Interment private. 2
FOX On Thursday morning, April 16. 1891,
Walter, only son of William Fox, in the 7th
year of bis age.
Funeral from family residence, Shaler town
ship, on Saturday, April 18. 1891. at Sr.x.
Friends ot the family aro respectfully invited
to attend. 2
FISHER At Allegheny General Hospital
on Wednesday, April 15. 1891. at 4 P. M., Jons
L. Fisiiek, member of Lincoln Commandery
U. A M.. aged 41 years.
Funeral from the residence of his DTOther-ln-law,
William Swain, No. 12 Isabella court, Al
legheny, on Friday at 3 P. K. Friends of the
family and members of sister lodges are re
spectfully invited to attend. 2
FORSEEN Suddenly, on Wednesday, April
15 1891, at 5.30 P. M.. Mary E., wife of David
Forteen', nee Moschell, aged ZZ years 8 months
and 1 day.
Funeral sn Friday at 2 P. M., from her late
residence. No. 51 Fifteenth street, Southslde.
Pittsburg, Pa. Friends of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend. 2
FRAZER On Wednesday, April 15, 1S91, at
10 o'clock A. 31., bABAll J., wife of C.T.
Frazer.
b uneral servicer at the residence of her hus
band. No. 5818 Rippcy street. East Ecd,TnUR3
day evemsg, April 16, at 8 o'clock. Inter
ment at Johnstown Friday morning, 10.80
o'clock. 2
GARBART On Tuesday. April 14, 1891, at
10 45 p. m.. Jobs Gaebabt. In the 71st jearof
his age.
Funeral services at his late residence. 254 Main
street. West End, on Friday, April 17. at 2
p. X. Friends ot the family are respectfully
Invited to attend. Interment private. Please
o'mit flowers. 2
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TTOOD'S SARSAPARILLA
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412 Market street,
mhl942 Pittsburg.
GRBVES-On Thursday, April 16, 1891. at
?Q P. M., Margaret De Meritt. youngest
daughter of D. N. and Margaret Greves, aged
o montns ana a days.
Funeral from the residence) of her parents,
corner Penn and Wloebiddle avenues, on Sat
urday, April 18, at 2 T. X. Friends of the
family are respectfully Invited to attend. 2
HEINZ On Wednesday evening,at 7 o'clock,
April 15, 1891, JOHW RaYMOWD, youngest son
of John H. and Mann 0. Heinz, aged 8 years.
Funeral services at parents' residence. No.
1312 Main street, Sharpsburg, Pa., ou Satur
day at 2 p. m. Interment private. at a later
hour. - ' J
HILGER At the parents residence. No. SO
Main street, city, at 10 .so p. a., April 15, Will
iam, too of Charles F. and Anna M. Hilgor,
aged S months and 2 day.
Funeral from the residence of hi parents, en
Friday, Aprll.17, at 2a) T. JT, Friends of the
family are respectfully Invited to attond.
HOTJQH-On Wednesday, April 15, 18SL at
3 35 A. at,, at the residence of Kefert Duff, SS5
Center avenne, Clara Jane Houou (nee
Jenkins), wife of A. L. Hough, aged 25 years 8
months.
Funeral on Friday. April 17, at 2 o'clock
p. K. Friends ot tbe family are respectfully In
vited tOjattend. S
HUNTER On Thursday morning. April 18,
at 11 o'clock, Mrs. Margaret J, B. HUNTER,
Funoral from tbe residence ot her brother-in-law,
John a Porter, No, 42 Beech street, Alle
gheny, Saturday morhino, April 18, at 10
o'clock. Interment private, 2
JOHN8TON-On Tnursdav, April 16. 1891,
at 1 A. JC, at his rsldenc Haielwood, BIMON
Johnstok, aged 3 years.
Funeral services at St. Peter's Church
on Satubdat ajtirkoon at 2 o'clock. In.
terment private.
JUNGB-At the family home, 5929 Penn
avenue. Nineteenth ward, ou Wednesday.
April 16, 1891. at 8 A. x., Emma, wife ot .Albert
Junge, aged 44 years.
Funeral services at German Lutheran
Church, corner of Collins avenue and Station
street. East End, on Friday, 17th inst, at 2 p.
M. Friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend. 2
KELLKR On Thursday. April 16, 1891. at
3 SO P. J., at bis residence. No. 100 Forty-fourth
street, city, Philip Keller, aged 75 years
and7mentbs.
Funeral services on SATURDAY, April 18, at
2 p. M. Interment private at a later hour. 2
KELHO On Thursday, April 16, 1891, WrLL
IAM E. Keijso, in tbe o3d year of his age.
Funeral from his late residence, Robinson
township, on SATURDAY, April 18, at 2 P K.
Friends of the family are respectfully Invited
to attend. V
LE.MMON On Wednesday, at 11:45 P. ST.,
Walter Reed Lemmon, aged 40 years.
Funeral frem hi late residence, 138 Locust
street, Allegheny, on Saturday, April 18, at 2
p.m. 3
LEWIS On Wednesday, April 15, at the
residence of her son. In Chicago, Mrs. S. M.
Lsw,.
Funeral services in Cincinnati, Saturday,
April 18, 2
LINDSAY CUARLza Lindsay, on Thurs
day at 1.30 a. X., in the 40th year of his age.
Funeral services at tbe .residence of his
father-in-law, Andrew Webb. 253 Forty-firth
street, at 10 o'clock A. SI., on Saturday, April
18. Funeral cervices conducted by Edgar A,
Emerson, of tbe First Spiritual Church of
Pittsburg, 2
LYNCH At the residence ot her grand
father, H. J. Lynch, Winebiddle atenne, at 1
p. M., Thursday, April 16, 1891, Margaret
Kyle, youngest daughter of Orrin W. and
Margaret M. Lynch (nee Kyle), aged 15 mouths
and 9 days.
N otice of funeral hereafter.
MAHRER On Thursday. April 16, at 6.30
A.M.. UBBEN MAHRER, aged .9) ears and. 11
months.
Funeral from his late residence, 1SS Thirty
ninth street, on Saturdat, 18th, 1891, at 2
o'clock p. v. Friend of the family are respect
fully invited to attend, 2
MALONEY At her residence at McDonald
station. P., U. dc St. L. R. R., on Tuesday, April
14. 1691. at 4 o'clock p. k., Mrs. Bridqet M a
LOKEY, widow of tbe late Patrick Maloney,
aged 68 years.
M.ONAHAN On Thursday. April 16, 189k at
2.45 A. M., Mrs. MAGGIE MONAHAN (nee
Horst), aged SS years, 6 months, 3 days.
Funeral services at tbe residence of her sister,
Mrs. W. M. Wagner, 168 East street, Alle
gheny, on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. Interment private.
McCAGUE At Rochester, on Wednesday at
5 a. sr.. William McCague, In the 84th year
of bis age; and a member of Western btar
XiOdge xmo. zs, x. u, u. r., ox mis cuy.
Funeral on Friday at i 30 p. M. from his late
residence, at Rochester. Members of Western
Star Lodge and members of the order invited to
attend. Train leaves Union station at 120, city
time. 2
McCORMACK On Wednesday.April 16.1891,
at 7 A. JL, Harry J., son of Kate and the late
John McCormacK, aged 6 years 8 months and
2 days.
Funeral from the family residence, at Mo
Kee's Bocks, on Friday, April 17. 1891, at
2 p.m.
IIoQUADE On Thursday, April 16, at 12J.5
p. M-. Michael McQuade, brother of James
MrQ,uade, in bis 42d year.
Funeral from bis late residence, 1407 Loeust
street, McKeesport, Pa., on Saturday morn
ing at 6.30 o'clock. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend.
POWER On Thursday, April 16. at 2 A. M..
Margaret Power, relict ot the late James
B. Power, in her 78th year.
Funeral from the residence of her son-in-law.
James McKerral, Irwin avenue, on Fri
day at 3 P. M. Interment private.
REED On Thursday, April 16,1891, at 6 A.
1L. Daniel Reed, aged 50 years.
Funeral from bis late residence, 218 Arch
street, Allegheny, on SATURDAY AFTERNOON,
at 3 o'clock. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend.
REED On Thursday, April 16, 1891, at 10'15
A. it, Honora, wife of James Reed, in tbe 43d
year of ber age.
Funeral will take place from ber late rest
dence, 333 Pearl street, Sixteenth ward, on
Saturday, April 18, at 8.30 a. at. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend.
SHANNON Entered Into rest Tuesday
evening, April 14. lS9katll o'clock, Margaret
J., wife of John bhannon.
Funeral on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock
from 21 Palo Alto street, Allegheny. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
Interment private. 2
WADSWORTH On Wednesday. April 15,
1891, at 230 a. si.. Mrs. Catherine Wads
worth, mother of the late John J. Torley, in
the 95th year of her age.
Funeral services at St. Mary's Church, Forty
sixth street, on Friday at 9 A. St. Interment
private. 2
ANTHONY MEYER.
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold A Co., Llm)
UNDERTAKER AD EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1134 Penn avenue. Tele
phone connection. myll-140-uvrrsu
JAMES M. FDLLERTON,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
OrriCES: No. 6 Seventh Street avd E2S4
Penx Aveitoe, East End.
Telephone 1153. ap24-4S-vTSu
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tbe Valley, Callas, White Roses, Panslcs,
White Lilies and Maidenhair Ferns, which we
furnish loose or arrange in any desired style.
Telephone 239.
JOHN R. 4 A. MURDOCH,
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Loses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L.
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OUR
CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT
will present a treat to
mothera The prettiest
styles that have ever graced
. our department are to be
seen now. Inspeotion solic
ited. HIMMELRICH'S
430-436 Market St.
Sracfdock House,
916 Braddock Avenue.
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VINCENT
' & SCOTT,
6023 Penn Ave., East End
Best quality Moquettes, this
spring's patterns, 81 50.
Best quality Body Brussels,
81 35.
We can sell you carpets
oheaper than any house in the
city. Both lines of gable oars
pass our door.
TELEPHONE 6081.
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nf INVJ AND RETAIL
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K. STEVENSON dc CO,
mhlSorwr Sixth arsnna
SAME'.
MEW ADVEKTTS1CHENTS,
BIS
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13 to 18
Years Old.
At thiri period
the boy gener
ally outgrows
more olothes
than he out-
weara Hence,
parents desire
to get him a
Suit that looks
well, but is not
expensive. For
this season we
Tvyve just suoh
n.n assortment
our' big boy
nan oalai a mttjirfl thflt. TtTill
greatly please himself ana the
prioft wUl just as greatly pleas,a
his parents. All the newest styles
to gratify- his dressy taste. Our
Suits at 84, 85, $7, 810 and 13 are
far better than you'll find else
where. Finer qualities up to 820.
Elegant Spring Overcoats, and
Hats for these same boys lowest
prices.
Clotblers, Tailors an3 Hatters.
161-163 Federal St, Allegheny.
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MARK WELL THE MURK,
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IMPRESSI0lVJ
it's a fact that the more
you try to make an impres
sion the less likely you are
to make it Just be your
natural self and you'll be
sure to come out all right
You cannot be natural in
demeanor if you are not
properly attired, and it's use
less to attempt it An awk
wardly dressed man is al
most certain to be corre
spondingly awkward in
manner. He doesn't feel
comfortable and he cannot
help betraying it He may
have paid' for his suit twice
its value, but he'll never get
any pleasure out of it You
will' have NO such unfor
tunate experience with
JACKSONS'
HOME-MADE CLOTHING.
Our clothing is cut and
made right here by our own
tailors. Every suit war
ranted perfect fitting, well
sewed and trimmed. If it
needs repair in one year
we'll do it free of charge.
Clothiers, Tailors, Hatters and
Furnishers,
N0S:954AND 95a LIBERTY ST,
STAR CORNER.
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ASPHALTDM
ADL PAPER
, FOB DAMP. WALLS.
KEEPS OUT ALL MOISTURE.
WILLIAM H. ALLEN,
517 Wood Street,
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Near Fifth ave.
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NEW APVEJtTISEatENTa.
B. & B.
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The Greatest!
The Best! The Most
Important Thing
OTTDR -
SILK DEPARTMENT
HAS EVER PONE.
75 OEOSTTSI
150 pieces about 9,000 yards
India Silks !
Mostly all 27-lnch goods. All are $1, ?1 28
and SI 60 qualities, but the great thing it
tbe PRICE ea tbis 9,000 yard!ot-tht
price is
75 CexL-tsI '
Light grounds handsome Encllsh print
lnps. ik
Black and Whites, altogether the Best lot
of India Silks ever fferd in this commun
ity. These 27-inch
IJSTDIA.S !
Are all Canton and Shanghai Cloths, and
many are high-class English Printings. "Ve
will let somebody else sell yon the 23c, S5o,
or 40o so-called India Silks, which are noth
ing more or less than
FOULARDS !
Full of dressing and when yon bny them
yon have practically thrown your money
away, If the shrewd buyers of these two
cities do not avail themselves of the values
at this
INDIA SILK SALE!
It will be a surprise to us.
75 OexL-ts
Is tbe Surprise price that will pay yon to
see early! TBere is another great feature at
tais large and extended
INDIA SILK DEPARTMENT!
There are on sale over 500 different styles of
INDIA SILKS, at Me toll CO per yard,
that are the best examples ot
Artistic Printing and Color Combinations
Ever shown, and we took great pains to
mark the prices enough less ,to pay the
thousands who come to tbe counters to buy,
and when samples are sent by mail and com
pared with samples from stores in other
large cities, we get the orders yes, orders
come to our Hail Order Department tor J.K
DIAS from Maine to California, Attend
this
INDIA SALE
Early if you want extraordinary value.
Boggs&Buhl,
ALLEGHENY.
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SPECIAL Q?Mim
IN OUR
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Friday and Saturday
OF THIS WEEK!
We will have an opening
of MISSES' and CHIL
DREN'S TRIMMED
as well as UN TRIM
MED HA TS, including
alt the newest ideas, also
some" late arrivdh in
LADIES TRIMMED
PATTERN HATS
and BONNE TS. Very
choice styles. No cards
issued for this opening.
This is your invitation.
Come and Bring the Children.
Home k Ward,
41 FIFTH AVE.
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Celebrated Grand Denver Range
Sold by all stove dealers. Manufactured
by GRAFF & CO., 63a and 634 Liberty
stree fe-H-irwT
GIVE UP
Your good dollar for a doctor's prescription
whenjou get La Gripoe, and pay a druggist
for putting upthe prescription; and then nine
ehsnetsto on you will bave exactly whst you
could hive bought for 25 csnts.
HOFFMAN'S LlEADACHE ,
HAF1MLEM tl POWDERS.
N U I A
SUES
111 I
nonQrimont
iviuiine
friSW ADYEKTTSKMfiNHj.
Protect Your Horse.
HorsesBoeiQg being a most important opera
tion, it Is necessary that all shoers should
understand tho construction and diseases of
tne foot. Tne want of knowledge and skill of
shoeing often generates many diseases, sneb. as
corns, quarter and center crack, which are
very annoying. Attention given road, track
ana interfering horses.
J also manniactnre a- HOOF OINTMENT.
Searanteedto keep bones' feet in good con
Won, ANDREW PAFENBACH. .
Cor. West Diamond and Erie Sts,
(Rear of Sample's Btore),
ALLEGHENY, PA.
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MANUFACTURERS AND MSRCHAHT8
jyi IKS, CO., ill Wood st, Plttotmre. Pa.
Capital-. , J25CWX3O00
Assets. January 1, 1881.. ..iw 3S3.803 87
J3rctors CliarUs W.Batcbelor. President;
John W. CbaUant Vice Prosidentj A, E. W.
Painter, Robert Lea, M. W. Watson, John Wll
son, Jesaph Walton, Wm, O. Park. A. M. Byers.
Jamss J. Donnell, Qcorgo E. Painter. John
Thompson, Win. T. Adair, Secretary! James
Little. Assistant Secretary! Anenit Amnion,
aeneralAnent js21-33-xwj
A BAKER'S DOZEN
(Mr
Pookat Safety Banks at
Combination Dinner and, Tea eta, latest Queen Anno styles,
Gentlemen's Night Shirts, worth 60c, at
Ladies' 5-Hook Kid Gloves, worth 81, at -
White Mull Ties, worth 38e, at -
Ladies' Fancy Hose, regular made, at - -"
Torohon Lace, 4 Inches wide, at
Dress Trimmings, ibrmer price 83, at - - '
10,000 Popular Novels, worth 25c, at -
Three-dollar Oorsets, large sizes only, at -
Baby Carriages, worth 815, at -
Children's Fine pallor Hats, reduced from 81 25 to
Ladies' Black Broadcloth Jaokets, worth 89, at
FLEISHMAN & CO.,
504 506 and
LEADING HATTEES AND FURRIERS,
CORNER WOOD ST. AND FIFTH AVE.
AN ENTIRE
Our special sale of Suits and Overcoats, which has now been
in progress three days, has been an entire success. The vol
ume of business has gathered strength day by day, each day
being better than the one that preceded it. In order that all
may have a fair show, we have concluded to extend the time
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And so on Thursday, Friday and Saturday of thisweek we
will continue to sell those high-grade and stylish Spring Suits
and Overcoats at $10 and $12.
THESE SUITS
Come in single and
double-breasted sacks
and 3 and 4-button
cutaways of the very
latest style. They are
guaranteed all-wool
cassimeres, cheviots,
worsteds, elegantly
made up and would
be cheap at$i5 to $18
per suit. Regular and
extra long sizesalso
short and stout sizes.
We can fit you hand
somely. $12
$12
$12
$12
Here's a chance to save money on your spring outfit
These Suits and Overcoats are just as stylish, just as well
made and just as durable as custom work, and the saving in
price on even an inferior quality of made-to-measure clothing
is very great
You ought toIose no time in examining them, as they
will not disappoint you. $
300 to "&00 i&jevizjsh: so?.
NEW ADVKKTI3EMENTS. S
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THE MERCANTILE AGENCY
R. G. Dun & Co.,
Westinshonse liuildinar, corner Penn Ave. and
Wroth Bt, PlttsburB-.Pa.
This establishment supplies all necessary
information as to the standing; responsibility,
eta, of business men throughout North Amer
ica. It is the eldest and by Xar the most com
?ilete and extensive system ever organized for
he accommodation of Banking and Mercantile
intereets and the General Promotion aartl Pro
tection of Trade.
Debts Collected and Legal Business Attended
to thzonsboat the North American Continent
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ARTIST AND PHOTOGRAPHER,
18 SIXTH STREEt
Cabinets, 13 to $4 per dozen; petltes, finer
dozen. Telephone; 1751.
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PATENTS.
O. D. LEVIS, Solicitor of patents.
131 Fifth avenne, above Smithfleld, next Leader
effice. No delay. Established 20 years. aeSfr
OF FRIDAY BARGAINS.
508 Market St.
0l7
EXCLUSIVE novelties
in Ladies' Trimmed
Tailor -Mgjie Hats,
Misses' andChildren's
Hats,Ladies' TouristCaps,
Steamer Caps for Ladies
and Gentlemen.
J, G. BENNETT & CD,
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Come in elegant mel
tons, kerseys, chev
iots arid mixtures in
the very latest pat
terns out this spring,
and are made in the
Chesterfield, half-box
and full box styles,
with and without in
laid velvet collars, silk
facings or without,
silk sleeve linings and
the very finest of
trimmings. A wide
field for choice.
OVERCOA
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