THE HTTSBTJHS DISPATCH, FEIDAY, APRHi Zi,' I89L
Tlie International Cenvention of the
T. W. C A. Kow in Session.
A PITTSBDEG W01RX IS HONORED.
Xedieil StttdenU of MansfieIJ,.0.,6niltjcr
WIRE MILLB WILL TREAT FOB PEACE
SFZCXJ& TILEGEAM TO THE DIf TATCH.1
ScEAltTOJT, April 23. The international
conTention of the Young Women! Chrit
tian Association met in this citj in biennial
(ession to-day. About 300 local organiza
tions are represented. The call to order was
by Miss Laura Arnold, of Galesburg, 111.
Mrs. L. M. Gates, of this city, delirered tbe
address of welcome, Miss Fulton, Secretary
of tbe Bhode Island Auociation, making
the response. The Nomination Committee
reported tbe following selections: President,
Mrs. J. T. JTarwell, Chicago; "Vice Presi
dents, Miss B. F. Morss, New York; Mrs.
G. E. Gerion, Prairie Du S3c, Wis.; Mrs.
Flora LauRhliB, Greencastle, Ind.; Secre
taries, Miss Jennie A. Gouldv, Newbnrg,
N Y., and Mis Louisa D.ile, Delaware,
O ; Press Secretaries, Miss Flora Wise,
Kansas City, and Mis Fanny Kastol, of St.
Joseph, Mo. The report was adopted unan
imously. The new President assumed the chair and
made a brief address, at the close of which
she appointed the standing committees.
Miss Belle Bevier, ot Pittsburg, is Chairman of
tbe Committee ou Nominations for next ses
sion. This erenlng a reception was held.
Other business sessions ill be held to-morrow
and Saturday, and addresses will be made
by eminent New York and Western divines,
bunday there will be two short meetings held
a consecration serrice in the morning, and a
Gospel meeting for women in the after
noon In the evening the closing service will
take place in the Academy of Music, and later
on the farewell service will occur.
GEAVETABD GHOULS IK TEOUBLE.
They Disinterred and Cat TJp Bodies
Will Be Arrested.
rPriCIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH."
Man sfiet.d, O., April 23. On April 11. the
body of a tramp who was killed in a wreck, was
taken up by medical students, dissected and
reinterred on tbe 19tb. Tnls afternoon a sensa
tion was created by the finding by officers of
the badly-decomposed body of another man in
a garret in the business pottion of the city. It
had evidently been in tbe hands of students,
an5 was partly dissected.
The citv is in a state of great excitement, as
it is now thought others have been taken up
and cut in pieces. A younc man named Casey,
who diod the other day, was a handsome and
perfect specimen of manhood, and his friends
are to make an examination of his crave. The
students are greatly excited over threatened
PEEJTJEED FOE HIS BEID.
A Tonne Benedict Swore to His Sweet
heart's Age for a License.
.FrECIAL TELKGKAX TO THE DI8M.TCH.1
Chambersbubq, April 23. C. L. Grove, a
well known young man of this place, was ar
rested here this morning by a deputy sheriff of
Adams county on the charge of perjury, com
mitted while taking out a marriage license last
mon'h, previous to his marriage with Miss Ber
The information was made bv Mrs. Ophelia
Gilmore. of Dansville, N. Y., who says the
brine, her daughter, is not vet IS. In order to
secure a license Groehadto sear that she
was of age. He pave ball in SL0X0 for tnaL
There has not until this time been a conviction
in this State for perjury in swearing falsely to
an application for a marriage license under the
PEACE IK PB0SPECT.
Braddock TViro Company Will
deavor to Conciliate Strikers.
crECtAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISFATCK
Bhaddocx, April 23 Alter a bitter fight be
tween employers and employes lasting fonr
months, the management of the Braddock
.Vire Mills are preparing a proposition which
theruill submit to their locked-out employes
next n eek. Their intention is to bave the men
return to work if they can cet them.
An important change is to lie made then in
The manacment. Manager Rowe is to retire
and is to be succeeded by a man as yet nn
1 nown. wh is to make overtures to tbe men
that will like! be accepted, as he is said to be
veil known anu liked by them.
FAVOH W0M23J DEACONESSES.
The Tonngstown Presbytery Will Ordain
Two Allegheny Students.
rrcIAL TELEGRAM TO THE niSPATTT.t
'ior-NGSTOVN. April 23. The Mahoning"
Presbytery to-day elected delecates to the Gen
eral Assembly at Detroit The Presbytery de
clared in favor of ordalnlnc deaconesses,
ihouch It did not consider it a New Testament
office. S, A. Kirkbridge and J. Kirkbnde. stu
dents at the Western Theolocical Seminary,
Allegheny, were licensed to preach.
It was decided to hold the fall meeting at
ruciu oa me iniru xueaay in September.
ST2EETS C0VEEED WITH BUGS.
A Phenomenon After a Storm Interesting
Manbfield, O., People.
TSTZCXAX. TELEGItAK TO THE DISrATCK.t
Ma:sfiei.d, 0 April 23. A phenomenon
on the streets here, after the storm last night,
attracted a great deal of attention. All the
western part of the city was covered with small
Mack bugs of the same sort as tbe common
It is thought they were driven into the city
from some outlying place by tbe wind.
IN A BLA.CKSSAKE'S FOLDS,
A little Child's Life Saved by the Timely
Arrival of Bis Mother.
tftCIAL TELEGEAM TO THE DISPATCH.:
Portsmouth, O., April 23. tittle Wirt
A'len,aged 2ears, while playing in tbe back
yard, a bitten by a six-foot blacksnake seven
t me last evening.
1 he snake, after biting the child, wrapped
itself around its victim, and would have
strangled it had not the mother arrived and
killed the reptile.
DIED AT A HOPE'S END.
A Prominent bat Demented Lady Church
Member Commits Suicide.
-sritClAL TFLEGHAK TO THE DISFATCH.1
Carlisle, April 23. Mrs. Anna Leidiclil,
aged 5L. a highly respected and leading church
member, living near this city, committed sui
ciae this morning by hanging herself to tbe
rafters of her house. It is thought she was
insane at tbe time.
A Popular Song Writer Married.
"SrvrtAt. TELEGBAMTOTHE DtSrATCtt."
East Livfrpool, O.. April 23. Prof. W. a.
Thompson, the song writer, the author of the
famous melody "Gathering febells," and other
popular song, was married this afternoon to
Mis Mazie Johnston, daughter of the late
A Strike in the Cambria Works.
STECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH. I
Job-nsto wjf, April 23. A strike is In progre ss
among the painters of tbe Cambria Iron Works,
owing to the refusal of the company to pav
them increased wages. It is said, however, that
some of the men have returned to work.
Special Sale-Ladles' Waists.
Striped percale, SOc, 62fc, 75c
Flannel wants, pleated iront, 65c.
lute lawn waists, pleated, 73c
Tine embroidered, pleated, 95c.
Nor.olk percale waists, 85e.
Extra fine black satines, 98c. $1 25 $1 35.
Fnll lines of polka spots and stripes.
Fine lawn, pleated, wide embroidery.
$-1 25, Jl 60, $1 75, 12.
Fine silk waists, J3 35, H 50, ?5, $5 76,
l.ini silk waists, fC 50, worth $10.
Iluu-ireds of styles to select iroin. These
jir.cej defv competition.
ROSEMSAUU & Co.
Cass raid for old gold and silver at
Hauch's, So. 285 2"ifth avenue TrTBu
FOB NEKTOUS DEBIUTI
Use Horsford's Acid Phosphate.
Dr. H. T. Tnrner. Kasson, Minu.. says: "1
bave found it very beneficial in nervous debil
ity, from any cause, and for indigestion."
All Day Friday fcr the Poor.
To-day we devote to the poor people, sell
ing their wants in the clothing and furnish
ing goods line at first cost, and some In
stances for leu than first cost Please note
the prices we will came on clothing to-day.
You may cut this out and bring it with you
so you will be sure to get just exactly what
iS men's medium light colored cheviot
suits, all sizes, from 34 to 42. SI 65
350 men's eassimere and cheviot suits, in
ten different patterns, cut either in sack
or ontaways, iu nice dark or medium
' shades, at $4 85
60 men's plain black cherlot sack suits, all
SUES, . V W
76 boys' eassimere and cheviot auits (long
pVnts), sizes 13 to 19, for 12 80
SSO boys' eassimere and worsted suits, 15
different patterns, plain or pleated,
sizes 4 to 14, at $1 23
600 men's eassimere and worsted pants, ten
different patterns, at $1 40
The sale begins promptlv this morning at
P. C. C. C, Pittsbtteo Combination
Clothing Company:, corner Grant and
JDIamond streets, opp. the Court House.
Kentucky Saddle and Driving Horses.
A carload of saddle and driving horses
has jnst arrived per Adams Express from
Lexineton, Ky., for the Arnheim Live
Stock Company, Limited, 62 Second avenue,
Pittsburg, Pa,, which are said to be the
.finest lot of combined horses that have left
Kentucky this spring. Anyone wishing to
purchase a well-broke saddle horse, edu
cated to all gaits, along with their superb
style and beauty, should not fail to call and
see this vast selection. Among the lot are
several speedy roadsters, carriage and fam
ily barouche horses. The Arnheim Live
Stock Company, Limited, take pleasure in
showing their stock to all who call at their
stables whether wishing to purchase or not.
Owing to tbe unsettled affairs among the
carpenters and stonemasons and the contem
plated strike, our additional 120 feet of
wareroom, which we are adding to the pres
ent buildinC; and tbe handsome granite
front, which is to replace the present one,
may be delayed tor some time, and as our
present stock of pianos and organs is entire
ly too large for our room, we will sell all in
struments for the next 15 days away below
cost. Now is tbe time to buv a piano or an
organ at prices never sold before in tbe his
tory of the business. Come at once and get
your choice from this splendid stock. Easy
payments arranged if desirable. Remember
the numbers, 101 and 103 Fifth avenne.
Heneicks Music Co., Lim.
Workingmen, keep in mind the fact
that "Friday we have set apart for working
man's day. Suits worth a ten-dollar bill
will be sold to-dsy only for ?6 to be had
only at Sallei & Co.'s, cor. Smitbfield and
The People's Store, Fifth Avenne,
For lace curtains this is the place.
traordinary bargains to-dav.
Campbell & Dick.
Fortv-inch hemstitched lawn, with five
inch hem, 18c, worth 30c; suitable for
dresses, aprons, etc, at Bosenbaum & Co.'s.
Nothing brightens up a home like wall
paper. Every quality and price at 517
Wood street. Wu. H. Allen.
Overcomes "spring fever" Iron City
beer. Families supplied direct. Telephone
Cash paid for -old gold and silver at
Hauch's, Uo. 295 Fifth avenue, wrsu
Marriage Licenses ttranted Yesterday.
f I'eter Woods....
( Sarah JlcOlone .
4 Henry C lLnffer. ..
Mary E. Hill..... W llklnsburg
I Hartley Scanlon Pittsburg
( Anna Connelly .' I'lltstmix
C Robert E. bleeth Newtown, Allegheny co.
(Jennie Miller MotsMde
J Unity A. Mcintosh Richland township
J Irene M Thompson Adams, Butler co.
( Francesco Acri Etna
(Tlieresn Curclo Etna
J George B. Ecgers Belle Vernon
( Anna Mole Pittsburg
J Paul Knenyer. Homestead
( Marie Gula ....Homestead
( George Kobertson .. Allegheny
1 Kachel Kmsell Allegheny
Charles Kr.-iuse Pittsburg
( Maggie Donaldson Pittsburg
( Harry U. Johnson Allegheny
( Ella J. Byers Allegheny
( Robert Gillespie Pittsburg
( Mary McDonald Pittsburg
j Krank Fix Oakmont borough
i Josephine Herbert Oakmont borough
David H. BsJrd Woodville
I Laura B. Hohn Woodville
f William J. Simpson.
( Koran Moore
I William M. Irwin....
(Emma J. Martin
1 Martha L. Swartzlander....
J William Mulrhead: Allegheny
I Jessie F. Fulton Allegheny
I (Lincoln M. Telless Apollo
! i Laura M. Lane baltsburg
( Joseph Garlewscl Allegheny
I Antouia Karnlnska Allegheny
COPPER GARDNER Wednesday, April
22, 1S91, by tbe Bev. Father Brennan, S. A.
Coppxr, of Roanoke, Va.,to Lizzie M. Gard
ner, of Pittsburg, Pa. No cards.
DAVIS MCCOY On Tuesday morning,
April 21. G. A. Dayis and ALICE J. McCor,
both of Pittsburg.
FLKCHSIG HELM On Tuesday evening,
April a, 1S9L by Bev. Scbafer, Mr. Herman
Flxciisig to Miss Henrietta Heim, both of
ALTENHOFF On Wednesday, April 22,
1S91. at 11:30 A. il, Carl Altkxhoit. aged 52
years 6 months and 22 days.
Funeral on Friday, April 24, at 2 p. M.,
from Bantes' Farm, Ms. Oliver. Friends of
tbe family are respectfully invited to attend.
BEAN At Savannah. Ga.. on Wednesday
evening, Edward L. Bean, in his 48th year.
Funeral services at Hotel Anderson, SATUR
DAY, April 25, at 12 noon. Burial at Wellsville,
O , SATURDAY AFTERNOON. 2
BEATTY On Thursday, April 23, 1891, at
10 15 A. it., Lydia Florence, only child of
Will H. and Lydia H. Beatty, in her 13th
Funeral services at the residence of Mr. R.
W. Means. 35 ttace street. Allegheny, on Fri
day, April 21, at 2 p. M. Interment private.
CARROLL On Wednesday morning. April
For the change of season now so near, when
mpurities in tbe blood are liable to manifest
themselves in most unexpected ways, reduce
your general health, or bring on that tired feel
ing? Hood's Sarsaparilla will do you an enor
mons amount of good just now, by purifying
your blood and building np your system so that
you will tide over" the depressing effects ot
milder weather. Try It.
N. B, Be sure and get
Bold by all druggists, fl; six for S3. Prepared
enly by C. L HOOD 4 CO., Lowell, Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar
JOS. FLEMING it SON, -'
412 Market street,
22, K91. at 11 o'clock, Patrick, son ot Martin
and Margretta Carroll, In his 15th year.
Funeral from bis parents' residence, Solar
street, Oakland, on FRICAY KORNrNO at 9.30.
CHAPLIN On Wednesday evening. April
22, 1891, at 905 o'clock. JOSIPHLNE BURGWIN.
wife of Pressly N. Chaplin and beloved and
only danebter of Olivertta and the late Colonel
Clifton Wharton, U. 8. A.
Funeral services at 188 Fayette street, Alle
gheny City, on SATURDAT AMEBHOOX at 2.30
o'clock. Interment private. 2
COAKLEY On Tuesday, April XL 1891, at 5 H
a. u, X&OXAS uoAXLsr, ageo vi years.
Funeral on Friday. April U, 1891, atS A. M..
from IS Webster avenue, Pittsburg. 2
DILLON On Thursday, April 23, 1891. at
1:40 A. K., Luke Diixok, aged 72 years.
Funeral on Saturday horning. April 25,
1891, from Woods' Run, Allegheny. High mass
at St. Andrew's R. C. Church.
Wheeling papers please copy.)
DOHERTY On Thursday, April 23, 1S9L at
10 a. XL. Mary Augusta, daughter of the late
Patrick and Ellen Doherty.
Funeral will take place from her late resi
dence, Brusbton station, Pennsylvania Ball
road, Saturday, April 25, at 8 30 a. jr. Ser
vices at St. James' Church, Wilkinsbnrg, at 9
A. jl Friends of, tbe family are respectfully
invited to attend.
GIESECKE On Wednesday. April 22, at 10
A. km Arthur, son of August w. and M. M.
Glesscke. aged 2 years i month 11 days.
Funeral from 2717 Carson street, S. S., on
Friday horning, at 10 o'clock. Friends of
tbe family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
GOLDTHORP On Tuesday, April 2L, 1881.
Mary Jane Goldthorf. oldest daughter ot
the late Franklin and Rebecca Goldtborp, in
her 62d year.
GRIKRSON At the family residence. No.
31 Owasco street, Chicago, on Wednesday
morning, April 22, after a brief Illness, Mrs.
Annus P. Grikrson.
GRUSSECK-Oa Thursday. April 23. 1S91.
at 9.30 r. M.. John, son of Lawrence and Bosa
Grusseck, iu bis 18th year.
Fnneral on BaTUKDAT, April 25. 1891, at 830
A. M., from 208 Manhattan street, Allegheny.
GUFFEY At the home of his father, John
Guffey, near Elisabeth, Allegheny county, on
Tuesday evening, Edward Guftxy,
Tbe funeral will take place from the family
residence on Friday at 2 v. at. 2
HAMILTON On Wednesday, April 22, 1891,
at 1:30 p. h., Miss Mary M. Hamilton
Funeral wilt take place from tbe residence of
her brother-in-law, James T. Arnold, 109 Shef
field street, Allegheny City, on Friday
afternoon, at 2.30 o'clock, 2
HAZLETT On Tuesday evening. April 21,
1891. at 11.S0 o'clock, Mrs. Fanntjc Hazlxtt.
widow of tbe late Captain James Hazlett, aged
HERRON On Thursday, April 23. 1891, at
S.30 a. m.. Miss Mary E. c, daughter of tbe
late Mrs. Margaret W. Herron.
Funeral from the residence of her brother-in-law,
E. A. Duncan, corner Thirty-third street
and Webster avenue, Friday, April 21, at 4
"p. it Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral services. Inter
JACKSON-On Wednesday. April 22, 1891, at
8.15 A. H., Mrs. Annie, wife of William Jack
son, aged 51 years.
Fnneral on Friday horning, at 8:30 o'clock,
from 634 Second avefiue. High requiem mass
at St. Acnes Church. Friends of the family
are respectfully invited to attend.
Washington, D. C, and Elgin, HI., papers
please copy. 2
JOHNSTON-On Wednesdav. April 22, 1891.
at 230 r..H., Bobxrt Johnston, aged 37
The funeral will take place from bis late res
idence, 5228 Keystone avenne, Elebteenth
ward, on Friday, April 24, at 10 A. m. Friends
of tbe family respectfully invited to attend. 2
LEECH At tbe residence of William M.
McBnde. Jack's Run. P F. W. C. Railway,
Margaret Leech, in tbe 83th year of her
Funeral services at 1 o'clock p. h., Satur
day, April 25, 1891. Interment private.
New Castle papers please copy.
MCCARTHY On Thursday, April 23. 1891, at
1-15 P. Jt, Julia, relict of the late .Timothy
McCarthy, aged 76 years.
Funeral from her late residence. No. 82 Web
ster avenue, on Saturday horning at 8 30
o'clock. High mass ot requiem at St. Panl's
Cathedral at 9 A. H. Friends are respectfully
invited to attend. 2
McKEE On Wednesday, April 22, 1891, at 5
A. H., James A. McKee, In bis 47th year.
Funeral from parents' residence, 16 Fayette
street, Pittsburg, on Friday, April 24, at 2 P.
H. Interment private. 2
McBOBERTR On Thursday, April 23. 1891,
at 11-05 P. v.. at the residence of her parents.
No. 101 Webster avenue. Ida, daughter of
Thomas and Maggie McRoberts. aged 11 years.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
NAISMITH On Thursdav. April 23, at 8 A.
H., George Herbert, aged 6 months, infant
son of George and Margaret Naismltb.
Funeral services Saturday, 2 p. it, at
parents' residence, Butler street, near Sharps
bnrg bridge. Interment private. 2
NIST Reached, wife of Philip Nlst, at her
residence, 136 Perry street, Allegheny, at 9 A.
U., April 22, 1891.
Fnneral services at St. Mary's Church, Lib
erty street, Allegheny, at 9 A. H. Friday, 24th
inst. Friends respectfully invited to attend.
New Orleans papers please copy, f 2
PORTER On Wednesday April 22. 1891, at
920, Jane C. Porter, aged 82 years.
Funeral from her late residence. Mansfield
Valley, on Friday, April 21, at 9 o'clock A. x.
Friends of tbe family are respectfully invited
to attend. Carriages leave West End car sta
bles at 7:30 A. JL, 2
SCHELLENBERGER Wednesday. April
22, 1891. at 7:15 P. H Barbra, wife of Michael
Scbelleuberger(nee Loftier), in the 65th year of
Fnneral will take place from her late rest,
dence, 1711 Laurel avenue. Sixteenth ward,
BleomQeld, Friday, April 21, at 830. Requiem
high mass at St. Joseph's Church at 9 a.m.
Friends of the family aro respectfully invited
to attend. 2
SCHMITT-On Wednesday, April 22, 1891,
Joseph Schmitt. aged 38 years.
Funeral Friday, April 24, at 2 p. H., from
his late residence. Sterling street near Bark
hamer street. Friends and relatives are in
KCHNUTH On Wednesday. April 22, 1E91,
at 8 p. il, Louis Schnuth, m the 5th year of
Funeral from the parents' residence, 68 Wash-'
ngton avenue. Thirty-first ward, on Friday
at 10 A. H. Friends of tbe family are respect
fully invited to attend, 2
SELLERS At 125 Wednesday morning.
George C. Sellers, aged 52 years.
Funeral from his late residence, Millwood
avenue, near Thirty-third street, Friday, at 2
p. H. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend. 2
STEEN At El Paso, Tex, April 20, JOHN L
Bteen, formerly of Pittsburg.
Notice of interment hereafter.
BTEINMEYER On Wednesday, April 22,
1891, at 1 p. il, George Steinhxyer, aged 63
Funeral from his lata residence, 10S Thir
teenth street, Soutbside,on Saturday at 9 a.
m. Friends of tbe family are respectfully in
vited to attend. 3
ZINSMEISTER At the residence of his
parents, 307 Forty-fourth street, on Wednesday,
April 22, at 1230 A. H., Joseph A. ZINSMEIS
TER, only son of Charles and Ellen Zlnsmeis
ter, aged 17 years 22 days.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend the f uneraj services at St, Mary's
Church, Forty-sixth street, on Friday, April
24, at 9 a.m. 2
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold t Co, Lite.)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1131 Penn avenue. Tele
phone connection. myll-110-uwTSu
JAMES M. FDLLEBTOA,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB,
ottice3: n0.8sxveitth street and 6234
Pinn Avenue, East End.
Telephone J153. ap24-4S-WTSU
CKCHIDS AND ROSES OF RARE BEAUT
JL.M. J. JB. MURDOCH,
510 SMITHFIELD ST. Telephone 129.'
Can compare with tbe exquisite violets. Lily of
tbe Valley. Callas, White Roses, Pansles,
White Lilies and Maidenhair Ferns, which ws
furnish loose or arrange in any desired style.
Telephone 239. ' .
JOHN R. & A. MURDOCH,
mhSO-M-WT. 508 Snilthfleld St.
pEfRESENTD IN PITT&BURG1N 1801.
ASSETS - . 19,071,698 33.
Insurance Co. of 2forth America.
Dosses adjusted and paid by WILLIAMtL.
JOKES, St Fourth avenue.
FINE PLATED WARE.
Latest patterns iu
KNIVES, FORKS AND SPOONS.
Most suitable for Wedding Gifts,
Reliable Gcods Only.
SHEAFEli & LLOYD,
Telephbne 1933. ' 37 FIFTHAVB.
We Want Every Lady
To see our immense stock of choice
SPRING DRESS GOODS!
It is the best we ever placed on our
counters. There is no value in the
State equal to ours at the special
Great Values in
BLACK DRESS GOODS.
We have style, quality and quan
tity, at prices that will please every
one. Come aud see and you will
say our offering is a great saving to
T. M. LATIMER,
138 and 140 FEDERAL ST.,
45 and 46 SOUTH DIAMOND,
Spoke in a previous notice of their
extended varieties in their CHIL
DEEFS DEPARTMENT. TO
DAY we are prepared to offer
the following unheard-of bargains:
Boots at 35 cents.
Children's Charmers, turn soles as
light as a feather, Spring Heels, 75
cents; all widths from AA to D.
Children's XXX quality Kid
Spring Heel Button, with tips, at
85 cents, cheap at $1 25.
Children's Fine Kid Spring Heel
Button, sizes up to !(
Misses' Button Boots of Fine
Bright Kid" at
This shoe is reasonable at
Oar price to you, remember, ii bat
Ladles' Kid Button Boots at
-.This shoe ought to bring out your
curiosity, for at this figure you'll
find it uphill work to find much of
a shoe. This is a
Ladies' Cloth Top Button Boots,
with tips, at
It is difficult to convey this bargain
on paper. See the shoe. They are
a big surprise.
All other departments are laden
with new aud desirable goods that
will contribute comfort in every de
gree. Our prices will justify you
in trading with ns.
INS. CO , 417 Wood st, PIttsbure. Pa.
Capital. 1250,000 00
Assets. January l.lbDl 383.302 37
Directors Charles W. Uatchelor, Prcsidentr
John W. Chalfsnt, Vice President; A. E. W.
Painter. Robert Lea, M. W. Watson, John Wil
son, Joseph Walton, Wm. G. Park. A. M. Byers,
James J. Donnell, George E. Painter, John
Thompson. Wm. T. Adair, Becretary; James
ajiiub, AHinuu "Bccrouryi August Amnion,
We made the Largest trarisao
Last week when in New York that we bays
They were not sold to us at value, bat sold
at such a sacrifice that the importer did not
get much if any wore than 25 cents on the
dollar for these.
One thousand pieces of 1891
Spring Woolens !
The most stylish of this season's importa
tions. We mention few as a slight indication of
this extraordinary purchase and sale of
BICH DEE3S STUFFS.
48-inch novelties, adapted for entire suits,
intended retail price $3 CO,
OUR SALE PRICE,
48-inch novelties, entirely new and dis
tinctive, (3 Intended retail prise,
OUR SALE PRICE,
Scotch Plaid Effects.
Bich, soft, magnificent goods, creamy,
light shades aud rare color combinations;
intended retail price was when imported
f2 25 a yard.' 8 AXE PEICB THIS 48
INCH GOODS 1 A YABD.
Scotch Dress Patterns.
6 yards plain and 4 yards novelty for a
suit; the intended 'retail price when im
ported $15 each. THIS SALE PRICE (6
We are fully satisfied that there are 100,
000 ladles iu tbese cities and surrounding
country who will come to see tiny or not, as
they wish; their pleasure shall be onr wishes
in this matter; but if any
Are wanted for street or house, or for your
summer tour, here's the opportunity to pro
cure the handsomest and best for the FEW
EST dollars we claim have ever beeu offered
on this North American continent at retail.
Please pardon the bold assertion, bat you
see the goods and you'll not be surprised at
Square Crown Hat,
50, 83, 84. '
Ladies, Look to Knur Furs!
And bring them to us NOW for storage
over tbe summer before tbe destructive
.MOTH tfLY makes further havoc We
Insure against Fibe and Loss. Alii
Fob. Repaib Work at greatly Rz
duces J Biota in order.to keep our
furriers busy tbrough tbe dull season.
441 WOOD ST.
N. B. PARASOLS MADE TO OKSKX to
match spring: and summer costumes. Ola ones
Re-Cotkkjed and Refaieed from 75o up.
neatly and promptly. aplO-Hirf
Choice new importation of table linens by
the yard. The best values being shown as
well as the newest patterns, in Scotch, Ger
man and Irish makes, in bleached, half and
silver bleached floods.
Special values in bleached linens, at 75o
per yard, 68 inches wide. Lots of patterns
to select from, at $1 per yard. We hare an
assortment second to none tn this city.
Choicest patterns and fall 72 inches wide,
with or napkins to' match the linens.
Our line of patterns at $1 29, $1 60, $1 75,
(2 00 and .$2 CO cannot be surpsiied In
quality of goods or in selection of patterns,
and all the best makes. '
Full new Hue of the famous John S.
Brown's makes of table linen and napkins
cloth by the yard, and cloth all lengths and
widths, with border all round, and fipi
napkins to match.
TOWELS, ALL GRADES,
From $2 B0 eaoh down to 10c. The best
linens ever shown at all prices. Special
good value in towels at $1 60 per dozen,
12o eaeh; X 75 per dozen, 15o each; $2 00
per dpxen, 20c each, all extra good values.
At $3 00 per dozen, 25a each, we can give
you a dozen or more lines to select from,
either Damask or Huok, Fringed or Hem
stitched. See our Hemstitched Huck
Towel at (3 00 per dozen, 25a each.
TOWELING, ALL GRADES, '
From 8s per yard to 50c, iu Loom! Russian
Huck and Gloss Toweling, to have a full,
assortment, best values.
Linen and Muslin Sheetings, all grades
Linen and Muslin Pillow Casings, all
grades and widths; 4-4 muslins, bleached,
half and unbleached, all grades and prices.
Home & Ward,
41 FIFTH AVE.
It's sad to see so many
people go wrong. People
are lured to some stores by.
the size or style of the
advertisement they read.
Here is a case of buying a
misfit, a thing that will not
fit man or beast, in other
Slop Shop Shoddy Suit
Palmed off on a dupe for
custom work People
should be on their guard,
should ask their friends
where to go and what to
buy if they are not compe
tent judges. At
You Need Have No Such Fears.
Here every article is guar
anteed. Suit or Overcoats,
Odd Trousers or Boy's
ouit, everytning is war
ranted for one year. Any
repair needed we will do
free of charge. Bear this
in mind before going else
where. See our stock, get
Clothiers, Tailors, Hatters and
954 and 956 Liberty St,
Filters all water for
Call and see model in
Send for Catalogue
and Price List.
1803 Carson St.. .
ARTIST AND PHOTOOBAPHEBs
18 SIXTH STREET.
Cabinets, 12 to S4 per doxen; petltes, llper
dozen. Telephone, 1751.
r! L ?j.mm I iLii 1
PRICES TO PLEASE PARENTS
Gifts to Please the' Boys.
The following items
are taken at random
from our stock to
prove that one Boys'
yon the best yalnes
in the two cities.
Pretty Zouave Kilt
Suits, same as pic
tured, only (2 75.
Kilt Suits, all wool,
Suits, neat patterns,
Casslmere and Chev
iot Suits, 4 to 14
years, only 2 50.
color plain Blu e
Suits, 4 to 14 years,
ers and Spring Over
coats,, sizes from 4
Endless variety of
Boys' Hats, Waists,
Ne'ctwear, etc., low
Zonaye Kilt Suit,
t57"A Ball and Bat or a Banjo with
ClotMers, Tailors anu Hatters.
161-163 Federal St, Allegheny.,
Protect Your Horse.
fiorsesboeingbelnga most important opera
tion, it is necessary that all shoers should
understand the construction and diseases of
tbe foot. Tbe want of knowledge and skill of
shoeing often generates many diseases, such as
corns, quarter and center eraok, which are
very annoying: Attention given road, track;
ana Interfering horses.
I also manufacture a HOOF OINTMENT,
guaranteed to keep horses' feet in good con
dition. ANDREW PAFENBACH,
Cor. West Diamond and Erie Sts.
(Rear of Semple's Btore),
wsW 1 JJ
LEADING- HATTERS AND FURRIERS,
CORNER WOOD ST. AND FIFTH AYE.
THE LATEST THffiES ffl HOSB
The largest and best stock of these needful and seasonable goods to be
seen in Pittsbnrg.We offer you the cream of the English, French, German
and American makers. Many of the grades are the finest made; the
prices also are considerably finer than what a similar class of goods
SuDerfine Balbriggan or
Undershirts, silk band, 24c.
' .Medium weight white Merino
shirts -or drawers, excellent value,
Men's natural gauze shirts or
drawers, best finish, 43c.
Men's balbriggan shirts or
drawers', the latter with French
band, extraordinary value, 49c
Extra value in fancy striped bal
briggan shirts or drawers, 49c
Superior grade of French Bal
briggan shirts or drawers, equal to
regular $1 goods, 74c.
We offer the very best French
balbrizzan shirts or drawers ever
sold in Pittsburg, fine gauze, two
thread goods, for 99c.
F,ast black balbriggan shirts or
drawers, satin finish, guaranteed
fast, for 83c
Natural wool shirts or drawers,
medium weight, just suited for the
present season, 99a .
Children's gauze underwear, size
16 to 34, ioc to 34c.
(ssW m HisssssssP Vsls flk isss' iff ismfcs Xl - Hw
300 TO 400 .AIECEO? ST. t S
j o ds wen aressea" anteuates me enazes
pearean period. But tbe average man's desire
in both medieval and more modern periods was
seldom. If ever, realized until
Began his era of MODERATE PRICES. Now
tbe wise man. though his income be ever so
small, finds It both niting and, profitable to
bave bis clothing mads to order, and to goes to
tbe above mentioned popular Tailor and leaves
his measure for one those ROLLi SACK
SUITS which are tbe go just now.
400 SMITHFIELD ST.
6023 Penn Ava.East End
Best quality Moquettes, this
spring's patterns, $1 50.
Best quality Body Brussels,
We can sell you carpets
cheaper than any house in the
city. Both lines of cable cars
pass our door.
LIT MrA TEA. SOLD WHOLESALE
nC."IMVj AND RETAIL
GEO. K. STEVENSON t CO,
mblS-Hwr Sixth avenue
YOUNG GENTS' DERBYS
$2, $2 50 and $3.
GENTLEME.YS SILK HATS, $5.
Square Crowns, $Z 50 and $3i
J, G.BENNETT & CO,,
Double sole, heel and toe, fast
Fancy striped, regular made half
hose, 17c, worth 25c.
Fancy striped spun silk half hose,
49c, worth 75c
150 dozen fancy striped, regular
made English half hose, 24c
zoo dozen regular made French
balbriggan half hose, 24c.
Superfine gauge French Lisle
half hose, 34c.
Extra quality Spanish mixture
seamless half hose, 13c.
5 to 9, 17c to 63c.
dye, fast black,
Good quality fast black children's
hose, 5 to 9, 13c up.
Extra heavy school hose, fast
black, 7 to 10, 25c any size.
xml | txt