THE PrTTSBUBG , DISPATCH, SATTJBL7AY, - JTJNE":;6, .'l89l'
SMOTHERED IN SOOT.
Ben Yenue Residents Kick Against
THEY THREATEN TO GO INTO COURT.
Superintendent George Mce Again Promises
to Remedy the Evil.
ALL VEGETATION MAT BE DESTEOTED
There is a smokestack in Two Mile "Gun
valley, at Ben Venue station, which is the
bete noir of the residents for miles around.
This stack conducts the smoke from the Du
quesne Traction Company's power house
into the outer air, and distributes it accord
in to the direction of the wind and with
perfect impartiality in and around the frame
dwellings of the residents of Bloomficld on
one side, the more pretentious dwellings of
the Winebiddie avenue people on the other,
and, on the opposite hill, sends dense clouds
of black smoke sailing over the neatly kept
lawns and invading the handsomely fur
nished villas of the residents of Ben Venue.
This stack is so high as to be on a level
with the windows of the houses on the hill,
and just as the wind blows are the people of
this district disinterestedly treated io a
deluge of smut and vapor, which is de
scribed as being outrageous.
May Apply for an Injunction,
The residents of Ben Venue have con
cluded not to put up with the nuisance any
longer. They say that unless fhe smoke is
abated they will apply for an injunction to
compel its cessation. "When a Dispatch
reporter visited the locality yesterday, the
fcinoke was pouring forth in dense volumes,
but was blowing down the valley instead of
into the houses, as chance would have it.
Chief Engineer Smith, who has charge of
the plant, was asked if something could not
le done to abate the nuisance.
"The company," he said, "have been in
trcatv with the" Standard Oil Company of
Pittsburg, to use their system of
oil fuel under the boilers " in place
of the coal. "We expect their
men out here any dav durinc the week, but
they have not turned up. The idea is to use
oil on trial for 30 days, and if that is not
found successful automatic stokers mav be
used. 1 understand that there is some hitch
between the company and the Standard Oil
eople regarding the matter. Coke could
e burned under the boilers, but it would
cost too much money."
On the hill above the power house, and
within 300 yards of the stack, are the resi
dences of John P. Knable, John "M. Oakley,
Captain S. P. Scull, Mrs. John L Kevin,
Prof. Parker, Alexander Bradlev, "W. "W.
"Wattles, "William McConway, X. Q. Speer,
Will Use Oil Instead of Coal.
Some two weeks ago a protest against the
nuisance, signed by these and other resi
dents, was ent to Superintendent George
Itice, who replied that it was intended to
use oil in place of coal. After an interval
another letter of prates was sent in, and
a courteous reply was received to the effect
that the matter would have attention. Up
to yesterday nothing had been done and
some of the residents seen in the afternoon
declared they ill go into court if the nui
sance is not abated immediately. John "M.
Oakley described the nuisance as outrageous.
"It "would be all tery well." he said, "if
w e had erected our houses after the power
house had been built; but here is a case
where we are the first-comers, and now to
have to sullmit to be deluged with smoke
from the s?tack ot a corporation of onlv yes
terdav is simplv monstrous. The residents
did not invest money in their properties
under any such contemplation as the subse
quent erection of a smokestack right unde?
their window s, and they do not now propose
to remain inactive and witness the gradual
destruction of their household eflects; to
say nothing of the inconvenience attached
to the impossibility of remaining even on
one's porch when the wind is blowing in our
direction. If the company does not soon
take steps to do away with the smoke, we
Sropoe to see if wc cannot obtain some re
rcss tinder the law."
Backers of Any Improvement.
Captain Scull said he would subscribe to
any lund whicli might be raised to have the
smoke got rid of, if the company would not
abate the nuisance.
Prof. Parker was in sympathv with any
movement his neighbors should take in
this direction. It is an intolerable nuis
ance that they should haeto submit to
grime and soot from the power house. The
lesidents Mere determined itshould not con
tinue and he would support any action
taken w ith this view.
Last evening Superintendent George Bice,
of the Duquesne Traction Company, said:
""We have made arrangements to burn oil,
but the people who aie to put the process in
have disappointed us time and again. Only
to-day I notified them again and I think the
oil process Mill be in use in a few days. The
plan is to be tried for SO days and if it does
not prove successful we will put in some
kind of smoke consumers. "We have no
desire to make the power house a nuisance
and will stop the smoke by some method."
Smoke Consumption a Fact.
J. F. Cummings, now with the banking
firm of Thomas Mellon & Sons, but former
lv of Kansas City and Chicago, laughed at
the idea that smoke consumers would not
work. He said:
"In most "Western cities where I have
been the consumption of smoke is an ac
complished fact. Take Kansas City as an
instance. I lived thcie and in that vicinity
for several years before coming to Pitts
burg, and while bituminous coal is almost
the only fuel in use there, the city is as
free from the smoke nuisance as if nothing
was used but natural gas. The stacks of the
four or five power houses which operate the
cable and electric lines discharge no smoke
whatever, so far as I remember. It would
be too costly a practice to allow the smoke
to escape, as the police attend to this more
promptly than any other duty assigned to
them. The fine under the city ordinance is
525 for every day the nuisance is continued,
and prosecutions are frequent The prose
cutions are mostly against private parties
for dwellings and Business houses. The
large consumers have their furnaces con
structed specially to fill the requirement,
and claim that consuming the smoke adds
largely to the heating power of the fuel.
The only furnace stacks belching forth great
columns of smoke are those across the city
line and beyond her jurisdiction. They be
long, I befieve, to the Armour Pac'king
Company. The stacks of most of the power
houses within the city limits form quite a
contrast to stacks of the kind here. The
stack of the new power house of the Du
quesne Traction Company, for instance, is
sending forth a dense column of smoke suffi
cient todcstroyall vegetation and shrubbery
in Oakland and adjacent portions of Schen
Dcntructlve to All Vegetation.
"Its effect may not be visible during the
present season, except so far as to begrime
leaves and branches, but undoubtedly in
another year or two, if continued, it will
leave all that region as barren of leaf and
no er as may be seen in the localitv of a
string of coke ovens. The usual direction
of the wind carries the smoke from this
power house dircctlv toward the park en
trance. It is the sulphur flakes contained
in the smoke which destroys vegetation. I
never had sufficient interest in the subject
to inquire into the method or construction
of saoke consumers, but a year or two ago
flierc was quite a rivalry inr.Kansas City
between the canvassers fordifferlnt patents,
each one claiming superiorifxver all oth
ers, but, according tonr best information,
tlie important principle "lay in the method
of constructing the furnace or fireplace."
j Mr. Cummings further stated that he did
'not know of a manufacturer who had left
.one of the "Western cities because of the en
forcement of smoke-consumer ordinances.
STREETS TO BE IMPEOVED.
Plana and Specifications Heady for a lot of
Sew City "Work.
Plans and specifications were yesterday
posted on exhibition in the office of the
city engineer, showing the work to be done
in repairing a large number of streets, for
which appropriations were made by Coun
cils last March. Each specification pro
v ides for bids on block stone and asphalt
pavements. Bids on these contracts will be
advertised for in a few days. The plans on
exhibition and the appropriations for the
improvements they represent are as follows:
Repairing Duquesne way, from Water
street east, $10,000; Water street, from Du
quesne way casr, $10,000; Market, from Water
to Fourth avenue, $8,447 50; Cherry alley,
from Fifth avenue to Llberty,$10.000: Se enth
avenue, fromLiberty to Grant, $9,345; Fourth
avenue, troni Grant east, $4,000; Diamond,
from Sinithfleld to Old avenue, $10,570: Wylio
avenue, from' Fifth avenue to Tunnel,
$6,5S7 50; Wvlio avenue, from Fulton cast,
$10,000; Sixth avenue, from' Old avenuo to
Wvlie avenue. $4,110: Sixth avenue, from
Smithfleld to Liberty, $3,178; Third avenue,
from Smithflcld to Wood, $4,353; Mul
berrv alley, from Thirteenth west,
$S,82j; rtovd, from Old avenuo to Locust,
$7,603; Logan, Franklin to Hazel, $1,500;
Forbes, from Brady east. $55,800; Fifth ave
nue, from Boquct east, $31,000; Butler, from
1'enn avenuo cast, $13,000; Brady, from Sec
ond avenue to Tustin, $3,475; Garland alley,
lrom Sixth avenue to Strawberry alloy, $1,
7r3; htanton avenue, from Butler south, $10.
000; Liberty avenue, from Main east, $30,000;
Butler, from Sharpsburg bridge w est, $5,000;
Humber alley, from Erie to Kirkpatrick, $3,
377 50: Iist Cm son, from South Seventeenth
west, $15,000; Wabash avenue, -from end of
present pavement to Independence, $4,000.
SECBETABY F0STEE IK HEW T0HK.
"Well-Known Bankers Have an Informal
Talk on Bonds Soon to Stature.
Xevt ToitK, June 5. It was 11:15 to-day
when Secretary of the Treasury reached the
sub-Treasury. There he was met by James
T. "Woodward, President of the Hanover
National Bank; President Ives, of the
"Western National Bank; Jesse Seligman,
Solictor Hepburn, of the Treasury Depart
ment, and a number of other gentlemen. It
was after 1 o'clock when the conference
closed. Secretary Foster told the reporters
that there had been no formal meeting, and
that he had not sent for the .gentlemen with
whom he had been talking.
The matter of the 4 per cent bonds,
which mature September 1, was talked over,
but there were no new developments. It
was urged by the bankers that 2 per cent
would be a grand record for the Govern
ment. The banks, which now hold $23,000,
000 of the 4U per cents, the total issue of
which is 62,000,000, are ready to take up
all the bonds handed in for" redemption. In
fact they are ready to ftike the whole 500,
000,000 at 2 per cent at the pleasure of the
Government This, it was urged, would
enable them to issue plenty of 'currency,
which is greatly needed. Secretary Poster
was not ready" to give any answer to the
resolution adoDted at vesterdav's meeting
at the sub-Treasury as the outcome of the,
conference. He will give his decision alter
his return to "Washington. Henry Clews
said there was no doubt that Secretary Fos
ter would acree with the bankers that it
would be to the best interest of the country
to extend the maturing of the i4 per cent
bonds after September 1 at 2 per cent.
CABLE LETTERS from Europe are Inter
esting features of the Sunday issue of THE
HOTEL-KEEPIITCk AT ELIW00D.
An Old-Time Boniface to Preside Over the
New Oliver House.
Gordon H. Mnllin, of the family of boni
faccs. whose reputation ranks with the
Lelands in this douutry, will manage the
Hotel Oliver at F-llwood, on the Conno
quenessing, out the Pittsburg and "Western
road. He has purchased an interest in the
property from John Lee, and the firm will
be styled Lee & Mullin. Mr. Mullin has
for several years managed Lliray Inn, at
Luray Caverns, Va., and previously, with
his father, operated the St. Cloud, Phila
delphia, before that famous hostelry was
destroved by fire. He has many friends in
this city who w ill be glad to learn of his
Mr. Mullin says he knows of no locality
which possesses so many natural attrac
tions as Ellwood, and he is determined that
the "Oliver" shall offer further persuasions
to pleasure seekers. He will take charge
on the 15th instant. Mr. Lee will continue
to manage the Union Station Cafe.
GENERAL SCH0ITELD OWNS UP.
The Report That He Is to "Wed an Iowa
Maiden Is True.
CHICAGO, June 5. General John M.
Schoficld, Commander of the Army of the
United States, visited army headquarters
this morning and smilingly admitted to Gen
eral Miles that the report that he was soon
to be married to Miss Gcorgie Kilboume, of
Keokuk, la,, was true.
-The wedding will be solemnized at Keo
kuk, June 18.
AN EIGHT-H0UB BILL KILLED.
The Illinois Senate Lacks Two Votes Neces
aary to Pass It.
Springfield, III., June 5. The Senate
to-day killed the bill making eight hours
a day's work in this State.
The vote stood 24 for (two less than the
constitutional requirement) and 23 against.
The Danish Fourth of July.
Oshkosh, "Wis., June 5. Danish Inde
pendance Day was celebrated in this cityto
day. Fully 2,000 visitors were present.
Mayor Dichmann delivered an address of
welcome at Scheutzen Park this afternoon.
Several Danish orators spoke.
BAD ECZEMA ON LIMB
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the foot was one mass of running sores. The doc
tors bandaged It every day for a w eck, and every
time the bandage was remot cd a large scab w ould
come off, and the blood pour down. I got one bot
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and one cake CCTlcuttA Soxr, and they cured mc.
I told a lady w ho was similarly a&llcted to use It,
and it cured her also. I gratefully acknowledge
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Mas. KATE BEARD. Orange Valley, N. J.
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the result of Inherited scrofula. I suffered untena
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to stock a drug store without deriving the slightest
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A CHOICE MUSICAL TBEAT.
Interesting Programme for the Free Organ
Recital This Afternoon.
Some very choice music, both vocal and
instrumental, will be heard at the fifty
fourth free organ recital in Carnegie Hall
this afternoon. Miss Lulu Glaser, the
charming soprano, who sang at the". Art
Society's last reception, will sing two new
songs, besides a favorite heard before. Or
ganist Leonarj "Wales' programme is as
Amazon march. ..... Leonard "Wales
An Indian Talo ...Carl Lowe
Cradle song t ..Gottschalk
Overture and arias "Bohemian Girl"...Balfe
Vocal, "Answer" A. G. Bobyn
Overture, "Poet and Peasant" Suppe
Potpourri, "Carmen" Bizet
Vocal, "Lieu t ot My Life" Julian Jordan
Margitta Gavotte E. Meyer-Helmund
Vnlse Lente ballet, "Sylvia" iLeoDelibes
Land of My Dream waltzes Otto Heyer
Vocal, "My Lndy's Bower" Hope Temple
Delta Kappa Ipsilon march Pease
CLINTON' LLOYD, who "was Chief Cleric
of the House of Representatives during one
of the most critical periods of our history,
gives some reminiscences of Congress jnsj
after the war in THE DISPATCH to-morrow.
The great men of to-day as they ap
peared in 1863.
A Cashier's Experience.
Mr. J. F. Masters, Cashier of Emmitt &
Ca's Bank at Wavcrly, Ohio, says: "I con
sider Chamberlain's Cough Bemedy the best
I have ever .used. After using several other
kinds, without benefit, I tried it and it
quickly cured me, after years -of suffering
with an obstinate coughand throat trouble."
50-ccnt bottles for sale by druggists, ws
Ladies, you will pick up great bargains
here in" gloves aunng our rusning juuc
sales. All makes, sizes, qualities and shades.
No larger stock or better assortment to be
found in any city.
Jos. Horne & Co. '3
--"Penn Avenue Stores.
Ohio Fyle, Pa.
The B. & O. K. B. will sell excursion
tickets to Ohio Pvle every Sunday during
thesummeratrateofSl 60 the round trip.
Train leaves depot at 8:15 A. M.
Saloonkeepebs know whicli beer sells
best. Hence the vast increase in the use of
Iron City Brewery's product. "A word to
the wise is sufficient."
Hundreds of rolls oil cloth from 20c per
yard to the best grades, at "Welty's, 120
Federal street, 65, 67j69 and 71 Park way.
COc and 75c Ribbons for 25o Tard.
Choice fancy ribbons, beautiful goods,
elegant c&lors and everyone stylish at 25c
yard. These are regular 50c and 75c quali
ties. On center table.
Jos. Horse & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
See our novelties in fine neckwear.
James H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth avenue.
Marriage Licenses Issued Yesterday.
I Anton Pint Allegheny
Maria Posit Allegheny
j Richard Connors Fltteburg
I Hanora Brcen l'lttstmrg
5 Patrick McGorlick Callery Junction
1 Alice M. Dunbar Callery Junction
J Gust Gustafon Homestead
I Lena Luther Homestead
J William Bowery , Allegheny
J Annie Griffiths...: Allegheny
(Morris Ellis McKeesport
(Jennie Jerelmy McKeesport
BEV1XGTO" On .Friday, June 5, 1891, at
450 a. M., at the residence of her father,
hewickley, Maiit Aubkha, daughter of John
and the late Frances Bevington, formerly of
Friends of the family aro respectfully In
vited to attend the services, to be held at
the residence of her father, Sewlckley, Sat
tjuday evesiko, at 7:S0. Interment at Alli
DEXISON On Thursday, June , 1S91, at
11:35 A. x., at the residence of her son-in-law,
S. Arnold, 241 Center avenue, Elizabeth,
wife of WUHani Denison, In her 79th year.
" Human hands have tried to save her,
Tears and sighs were all in .vain,
Happy angels came and bore her
. From this weary world of pain.
" 'Tis hard to give our mother up,
But we must ho resigned
To Him who is too good to err,
Too true to be unkind."
Funeral services at the abovo residence on
Scxdat, June 7, 1891, at 2 p. M. Friends of tho
family are respectfully invited to attend.
DEVINE On Thursday, June 4, Margaret
Devixe, wife of Thomas Devine.
FACKIXER On Friday, June 5, 1891, at
12S0 p. m., Haeet LtTDWia Fackinek, son of
Adam and ""Louisa Fackiner and grandson
of Charles Angloch, Sr., aged 8 years, 1
rnontra anu ai aays.
Funeral fron the residence of his parents,
corner Crawford street, on "tVylie avenue, on
Suxday ArrERxooxat 2 o'clock. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to at
GERWIG On Friday. June 6. 1S91, at 11
p. m., Eliosora Lappe, beloved wife of
Henry Gerwig.aged 62 ycars,ather residence.
53 Liberty street, Allegheny.
Hotice of funeral hereafter.
KEXXEDY At his residence, 26 Federal
street. Fittsbunr. Pa., on Thursday evenine.
June 4, 1891, at 5 o'clock, Wiliiam John Kex
2?edt, son of Mary Paul and the late John
Kennedy, aged 43 years.
Notice of funeralhereafter. 2
LALLT On Thursday, June 4, 1891, at 8 A.
H., Michael Lallv, aged 93 years.
Funeral on Saturday, June 6, at 2 p. M.,
from his late residence, Breed street, South
Bide. Friends of the fatnily are respectfully
Invited to attend.
MOELLER On, Friday, June 5, 1891, at 4:10
t. ity Mrs. Sadie A. MoELLER(nee Lewis), wife
of John Moeller, at her residence, Xo. 214
Funeral at 2 o'clock Scxday, June 7.
Friends of tho family are respectfully In
vited to attend. 2
VAXDEEGEIFT On Thursday morning,
June 4, 1691, Mrs. Julia A. VAXDEBaRiirr, in.
the 75th year of her age, relict ot the lato
Funeral will take place on Saturday, June
C, 1891, at 2 P. M., from her late residence, 152
Center avenue. Friends of the family are
respectfully Invited to attend.
JAMES ARCHIBALD BRO..
LIVERY AXD SALE STABLES,
96 and f3 Second avenue, between Wood and
Carriages for funerals, $3. Carriages for
operas, uarties, etc, at the lowest rates. All
new carriages. Telephone communication.
"OEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN 1S01
Assets - - $9,071,69G 33
Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid "by "WILLIAM L.
JONES, 84 Fourth avenue. J a20-C9-D
WJSSXEBX INSURANCE CO..
Assets SltS,501 87
NO. 411 WOOD ST. '
ALEXANDER NIMICK, President. .
JOHN B. JACKSON, Vice President
elSS-TTS WM. r.qiEKBERT;sec"etary.
Bus. m. vB
we au vse
ZTo the yolks of three eggs, beaten, add one
enn white suzar. one-ha
cup buttor, one-
half cup sweet milk, two cups flour having
in.it one measure "BAMfsR'rBa"iin-r Powder,
tho whites of three eggs, beaten stiff; bake in
Jelly-cake pans; when cold and Just before
eating, place In layers, covering each ono
with strawberries which have previously
been sugared. Whip ono pint of cream fla
vored with vanilla to a stiff froth, and add
to it the weH-beaten whites of two eggs and
one-half pound powdered sugar; mix it all
lightly and carefully together; spread the
whipped cream over the top of cake, with a
sprinkle of strawberries. J e6-TT8
Goods Far Below Value.
Choice Wall Papers Selling
Now at 7c Per Roll. -
CARPETS AND CURTAINS
At prices much lower than usually asked. A
visit to our stores will convince yon that wo
offer tho biggest bargains in the city.
ATlr, Sctaielier k Co.,
68 and 70 Ohio St., Allegheny.
VISIT OUR STORE,
11SDAT A! FDAT,
JUNE 4 AND 5,
THIS WEEK THEY ABE
Special Show Days
Trimmed Bonnets and Hats,
Tou will bo delighted
We will have on view.
41 Fifth Avenue. ,
IT IS MADE
But the Mongolian receives very low
wages for his .labor and enables you
-' . ' .
At small, cost. It is a neat, healthful
floor-covering, cool in summer and
easily kept clean throughout the year.
Belov we quote prices and ask special
notice to the jjood fancy matting with
which we start the list at $5 50.
40 Yards for $ 5 50.
40 Yards for 6 00.
40 Yards for 7 00. .
40 Yards for 8 00.
40 Yards for 9 00.
40 Yards for 10 00.
40 Yards for 15 00.
WOOD ST. CARPET HOUSE.
305 Wood St.
June is the great month for Millinery.
All the maids and matrons are now deck
ing themselves with the daintiest of fineries,
and now is our time to say what we have to
say to win custom, and that is this:
Our assortment of Millinery Goods com
pares favorably in taste, variety and mod
erate prices with any establishment in the
United States. Oiir Milliners are artistes
of unquestioned good taste; originators, not
mere imitators. For these reasons.we be-lieve-avisit
to our Millinery Parlors will be
a pleasure to you as well as to us.
FLEISHMAN & CO.,
Ko charge for trimming in our Millinery
Department when goods are purchased here.
ESTABLISHED 1870. '
Is a relief and sure cure for
the Urinarv Orrans. Gravel
and Chronic Catarrh of the
The Swiss Stomach Bitter
aro a sure cure for Dyspepsia,
Liver Complaint and every
Wild Cherry Tonic, the most 'popular prep
aration for cure of. Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis
and lung troubles: "
Either of tlie above, $1 per bottle, or 6 for
$5: If your druggist) does not handle these
goods write to WILT. ZOELLEB, sole-M'f'r.
l'lttsuurj, l-a.. 4e)-a-"""rs
B; & B.
TECKS, BOWS ANfl 4-lfl-HfiWDS
With flowing ends, new and latest
Price 50 Cents.
Light, dark and medium colors, 50
cents you have and will pay again for
To-Day, 25 Cents. ;
Gents' Outing Shirts,
50c to $5, including Oxford Cheviot,
Flannel, Madras and Silk. This
Gents' Furnishing Department most
complete from a 5-cent Lawn Tie to
5. Fancy Silk Outing Shirt, a sav
ing of cash for you on every pur
chase. BOGGS & BUHL,
Permanently Located at
44-2 PENN AVENUE,
Property Leased for a Term of Years.
THE OOreATrv-E: AGENT
To the Citizens of Pittsburg and Vicinity:
We, the undersigned, who have been tak
ing treatment at the Electrical and Medical
Institute, 412 Penn avenue, hereby cordially
indorse the said Institute and its methods
of llreatment of chronic diseases as the most
thorough and satisfactory of any system we
have ever known, and that, according to our
experience, It will no longer be necessary for
the afflicted to seek out water-cure sanita
liums or mountain resorts, as far better re
sults may bo oDtainedhero at home under
tlt'o .mysterious effects of electricity as
administered by expert electricians in con
1 unction with medicines, which are prepared
by the competent medical director in
charge. We most cheerfully commend
this institute for its honorable and fair deal
inzs: R. N. FLANEGIN, MunhaU, Allegheny
JOHN L. HOESCH, Cramer way, Mt. Wash
ington. MRS E. EYXES, 591 East Ohio street, Alle
W. R. GlLMARTIN, Wilmerding.
KARL nERTEL, Steuben street, West End.
a. a. wmxis, .Melon street, jaist Jsna.
.GEO. W. KING, 39 Webster avenue.
FRANCIS D. BARANOSKI, 60 Gum street.
JOHN QUINN, corner Penn avenue and
It is with much pride that the above Is sub
mitted to the public in evidence of the
efficacy of this treatment. This Institute
embraces everything in the line of Electric
ity, Medicine and Surgery, which has proved
successful in such diseases as Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Paralysis, Spinal Diseases, Loco
motor, AtaxiH, Catarrh, Dyspepsia, Liver and
Kidney Troubles, Blood and Skin Diseases,
and all morbid conditions peculiar to either
sex arising from debility of the nervous sys
tem, produced from whatever cause.
Braces and instruments for all deformities
No matter what nils yon call and procure
a diagnosis of your case FREE OF CHARGE,
or communicate a description of your case
by letter. Advice in all cases will be strictly
honest and based on knowledge and experi
ence. Male and female attendants.
Free consultation and examination. .
Office hours 9 to 12 A. v., 1 to 5 r. it. and 7
to 8 r. jr.
Address all communications to the
ELECTRICAL UNO MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
442 PENN AVE., COR. FIFTH ST.,
N. B. Diagnosis and medicines must be
procured at the hands of the medical di
J. E. T. Snxmxs.
Chas. B. Shcmait.
We are selling a great many White En
ameled and Brass Bedsteads, the most de
sirable' for all the year, and' especially for
Bummer. A large variety of styles and
prices. We solicit your inspection.
"We also furnish Beds complete
Springs, Mattresses, Pillows, Pillow
and Bolster Cases, Sheets, Blankets
Wo are agents for a new Awning
and Blind The "Baltimore." Illus
trated primer free.
We clean Lace Curtains.'
426 Wood St.
O. D. LEVIS, Solicitor of Patents,
UI-Fif th av above Smithfleld, next Leader
office. -3So deljiy.' Established 29 yewi. Mp
MeScal T-InstntB !
is at . its
our carpet upholsterers
are pushed to their
utmost capacity, we tri-
day offer fresh bargains
in different grades. .
Wilton-Back Velvets. A
large line of excellent patterns
at go cents, the regular price
being $1 25.
Body Brussels. We have
largely increased bur assort
ment at $1, , by adding to it a
number of patterns of excellent
quality which have been until
to-day $1 25.
Tapestry Brussels. We to
day have reduced twenty full
pieces of patterns of excellent
quality and bright colors from
65 and 75 cents to the exceed
ingly low price of
Super . Ingrains. We show,
a fine line of all-wool Super
Ingrains at 55 cents at that
price the ' cheapest and most
durable carpet one can buy,
even for the kitchen.
Cotton Ingrains. 20 to 30
33 FIFTH AVE.
Are now ready in Whito Flannels, or with
narrow lines and quiet checks or broad
stripes in blue and white, red and white,
black and white, and all other club colors
and combinations, with CAPS TO MATCH,
and Leather Belts, Sashes and Outing Shirts
in Silks, Madras Flannels, India Gauze and
mixtures. Very respectfully,
441 Wood Stittsbu'rg, Pa.
N. B. "We have also just recelveda beauti
ful line of ladies' Blazers, Caps, Tennis Hats,
iioyai i acne uaps, saiior nats, ueits ana
LADIES' RIDING HATS.
ies1 Biding Caps
Laoies' street aaiiors-
-Ladics' Outins Caps
Ladies' Tourist Hats-
-Ladies' Traveling Caps.
J. C. BENNETT & CO.,
- -Leading Hatters and Furriers,
COR. WOOD ST. and FIFTH AVE.
P. S. Ladies having furs to repair or
change should send them to us now. Fur
work can be done cheaper and better now
than in fall. ; je""-6
STEAMERS AND EXCUKSION8L
TO EUKOPE-ALL THE FAVORITE
steamers sailing this and next mhnth
are rapidly filling up. To secure good berths,
apply at once: tickets, drafts, foreign money,
etc., at-ew rorK raies; uassporis secured.
st. Established 1866.
' AMERICAN LINE,
Sailing every Wednesday from Philadel-
fihifl and Liverpool. Passenger accommoda
lons for all classes unsurpassed. Tlrbnm
sold to and from Great Britain and Ireland, -
4iur wuy, oneuea, xretuim&it, cm;.
r&xin Hiiiuiix a ouaa.
General agents, 305 Walnut st, Philadelphia,
Full information can be had of J.J.llo
COEMICK, Fourth avenue and Smlthfleld St.
LOUIS MOESEB. 618 Smlthflfil street.
nl Tennis Sis
We-have the largest, brightest, handsomest, lightest and
most well appointed Boys' Clothing D epartment in the city.
THAT ISN'T ALL!
Wehave the largest, finest; most varied and best selected
stock of clothing for the younger members of the family that
can be found in any store in the country.
1 . .aV1
I i a( V il
f7 Vil jFi
jand we have
Come and'See the Exquisite.Kiits.
Come and See the Nobby Short-Pant Suits.
Come and See the Stylish Imitation Vest Suits.
Come and See the Three-Pieqe Short-Pant Suits.
The. "variety we have to show you in all these
styles is' simply matchless. It is an assortment
from, which you are sure to be able to select some
thing that will please your fancy and we'll guaran
Of the goods FOR THE PRICE YOU PAY
will also please you. '
300 to 400 Market street.
SAVE YOUR MONEY!
Bear in' mind it is our reliable make of Clothing
that you save money on, and get a generous safeguard
against dissatisfaction and poor qualityt
Score this point strongly: It's our own manufac
ture, and we give you a guarantee that means some
thing. It's the cheapest clorhing you can buy for sat
isfaction and the. low prices.
Ask the sharpest questions you like about our"
.'goods. Cross-question the quality; turn the garments
inside out to look at the workmanship. They'll stand
it Stop in. We want your trade. The prices are
low. enough to meet your pocket good enough to
Cor. SM St
S.. S. CO. "
Fast Line of Express Steamers.
NewTorkto Southampton (London) Bremen,
. SEEING SAILINGS, 1S91:
Lahn,.., i. w.. Tuesday ...Ttmo 2
Kaleer. ....... . Wednesday.. Jnne 3
Aller i... Saturday .Tune 6
Havel... Tuesday June 9
Elbe...,t. ..,.., Wednesday.. June 10
Eider., ,... Saturday.. ..June 13
Time from New Torlf to Southampton, 7H
days. From Southampton to Bremen, 2i or
30 hours: From Sou thamp ton to London, by
Southwestern Railway Company, 2f hours.
Trains every- hour in the summer season.
Railway carriage j for London await passen
gers In Southampton Docks on arrival of
Express'steamers from New York.
These steamers are well known for their
speed, comfort and excellent cuisine.
3IAX SCH AMBERG & CO.,&ff Smithfleld st
LOOIS JlOESElt, 616 Smlthfleld st my23-D
. ROXAt -MAIL STEAMSHIPS,
viA'DEBRVandoXLWAT. The most direct route
from Scotland and North and middle of Ireland.
Interm-MIate, 30. bteerage, 19.
CTATP SERVICE OF
LINE. S STEAMSHIPS.
NEW TORK AND GLASGOW.
v la Londonderry, rery Fortnight.
11th June. STATE OF REOROIA. 1 P,
Mth June. STATE OF NEVADA. It A. M.
Ul July, BTATJS UJ J tCKAB UA, 11 3U A. JL.
wards' Steeraa-e. iw.
Apply to 7. J. MCCORMICK, ti BBiianif.M street.
On this account we think you'll find it a
very desirable place to fit out your children in.
We've clothing of every grade that's worth, the
making and selling, and in every style of gar
ment that's fashionable.
Just now there is an extraordinary demand
for light colors, for boys, both little and large,
a royal stock of all the new and
desirable shades and mixtures in both the very
light and medium colors.
goods to make Clothing to
iJ Pei Atc,
STEAMERS AND EXCURSIONS.
NEW YORK, QUEENSTOWN AND UVEB,
PBOJt ""TEW TOUX ZVEBT WIDSDDAT.
City of Parii"....10,500 City of N.T. JO.MO
City of Berlin... 5,491 City of Chicago .:5,C00
Cityof Chester.. 4,770 Cityof Richmond. 4,780
For rates of passage and other information
apply to PETER WRIGHT & SONS, Gen.
.ftgis., e uowiinr ureen, n. i., or to Jonn J
JlcCormick, 639mithfle'ld st.'Pittsbu:
"TTTHITE STAB LINE
Y J 'For Qucenstown and LlverpooL
Royal and United States Mail Steamers.
Majestic, Jnne 17. 2 p m
('ermanlc. Ju. 21.7:30am
Britannic, Julr 8. 7 am
Majestic, J'y l,12:"n p m
Germanic, July "3, Cam
Teutonic, July 1.2 p m"Teutonlc,Jnlri9,lia0pia
From White Star dock, foot of West Tenth,
'Second cabin on these steamers, saloon
rates, $60 and upward. Second cabin, $40 and
$45. Excursion tickets on favorable terms.
Steerage, from or to the old country, $20.
White Star drafts payable on demand in
all the principal banks throughout Great
Britain. Apply to JOHN J. McCORMICK,
633 and 401 Smithfleld st, Pittsburg, or J.
BRUCE ISMAY, General Agent, Broad
way, New-York. je4-o
CUNARD LINE NEW YORK AND LIT
ERPOOL VIA QUEENSTOWN-Froin
Pier 40, North riven Fast express - mail ser
vice. Seryia, Juno 6, 5:30 a. m.: Bothnia, Juno
10, 8 a. .; Etruria, June 13. 10 a. x.; Aurania,
June 20, 3 r. it.; Gallia, June 24, 7 A. St.; "Urn
brla, June"27, 9 A. at; Servia, July 4, 4 A. M.;
Bothnia, July 8, 7 a. x. Cabin passaga
ICO and upward; will not carry steerage;
according to location; intermediate, $85.
Steerage tickets to and from all parts of
Europe at very low rates. For freight and
passage apply to the company's office, 4
Bowling Green, New York. Vernon H,
Brown A Co., J. J. McCORMICK.""") and. 401
S-Bltbfl-aa street, Pittsburg. jeVs
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