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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, THURSDAY MARCH 31. 1892L HILL MADE A TARGET By Allen W. Thurman, Who noances His Attempt to De- TAKE THE PRESIDENCY BY STORM. Campbell Still a Stronjr Second Choice With Western Democrats. POSITION OP THE OHIO LEGISLATORS TTIOM A STAFF CORBESrOVDKXT.l COLtraiBUS, March 30. The political days of Allen G. Thurman have past, and it is definitely announced that he will never appear on the stump again, or take anr attive part whatever in party aflairs. He might, under certain circumstances, write a letter indorsing a candidate or a policy, but that will be the utmost limit of his work. There is no doubt that the old Roman has a great regard for his running mate in the canvass of 1888. A large por trait of Cle eland occupies a prominent place in the Thurman residenoe, and it has never been turned toward the wall. Mr. Thurman is considerably beyond the scriptural age, and his strength, which has been failing for some years, received a severe shock in the recent death of his wife. As the father retires from the political arena, the son, Allen "V. Thurman, is rapidly coming to the front a? one of the leaders of his party In Ohio. The State convention has not yet been called, and will be held rather late, but it is already practically agreed that the younger Thur man will be one of the delegates at largo to the Chicago gathering. He was found at his office to-day and asfced: "Whom will the Democracy of Ohio indorse for the Presidental nomination?" Certain ot to Indorse H1IL "It is impossible to say now whether any body will be indorsed," answered Mr. Thur man. "Ohio Democrats have no boss and no machine, and the party in convention as sembled will do just what it thinks proper at that time. One thing certain, though, is that Mr. Hill need erpect nothing from Ohio. He has no strength whatever in this State, and 1 believe will have very little anywhere by June 2L "The people," Jlr. Thurman continued, still speaking of Hill, "do not believe in the plan of carrying an office by assault, and especially such an office as the Presi dency of the United States. WhateverMr. Hill's friends may say, the masses have be come profoundly impressed with the con viction that he is merely a machine poli tician. There could not be a greater con trast than exists between his methods and thejiolicy purpued by Grover Cleveland." "If the Hill movement results in the Democratic Xational Convention deciding not to take any candidate from New York, what then?" Hie Strongest Western Democrat. "Ex-Governor Campbell is the strongest man in the "West to-day, notwithstanding the election of last fall. He is the pluckiest fighter that ever lned, and would make a strong man either on the first or second place of the national ticket. The other Westerners spoken of are hardly of the necessary caliber." "How about Gorman?" was asked. "I do not think there is any chance of the convention going below Mason and Dixie's line for a candidate, and it such a step should be taken there is a stronger man In the South than Gorman. That is John Griffin Carlisle, whom I regard as the most intellectual man in the united States to-day. It it were not for the fact that ie lives upon the other side of the Ohio river he would be an ideal candidate, and he may be called upon eten jet." Hill has some friends iu Columbus, how ever. Chief among them is ex-Congressman Converse, who was one of Kandall's disciples in the House, and who is opposed to Cleveland's free trade declarations. The personal followers of John It. McLean here are also loud in their denunciations of the ex-President. Results of a Legislative Poll. The Dispatch correspondent made a nearly complete cam ass of the members of tiie Legislature to-day as to their Presiden tal preferences. The result showed that something over half of the Republican members were in favor of Harrison's re nomination, considering both Blaine and MrKmlev out of it for rood. A verv re spectable minority, though, is disposed to declare lor anybody but Harrison. Some of tliis contingent still hope that the Maine man may be nominated without his con sent, a lew are for Alger and the name of Poraker is on a number oi lips. In fact, Iiracticallv all of the anti-Harrison mem ers are those who supported the ex-Governor in the late Senatorial canvass and be lieve that he Mas defeated by the interfer ence of the administration. Fully two-thirds of the Democratic mem bers ot the Legislature seen to-day are firm in their loj alty to the heavy-weight idol of the Mugwumps. They say that Cleveland's chances have been ereatly enhanced by the collapse of the silver agitation, and profess to believe that he will be nominated on the first or second ballot in the Chicago Con tention. Campbell is the choice of the majority of those who did not declare lor Cle eland, as well as the second choice of nearly all those who did. A microscopical search of both House and Senate failed to reveal a single member who thought Hill would be the nominee. There were two expressions for Gorman and one each for Palmer and Boies. There is also a friendly feeling on the part of many for Governor Pattison in case there should be a break; Campbell and McKlnley to Sleet Again. Chairman Hahn and Secretary of State Ryan will accompany McKinlev on his Khode Island stumping tour. There is a surprise in siore for the Governor when he reaches the Xeir England battleground. He will find Ills antagonist of last fall already on the ground, and a challenge for another joint debate is by no means improbable. Ex-Governor Campbell, who is still living in this city and it ho has made some lery successful business ventures since retiring Jrom office, quietly slipped away Monday night and will take the stump in Khode Island at once. A special committee Of one armed from the East Sunday to secure Campbell's services iu the campaign, and very little argument was required to induce him to take up the fight. The fesling bctn een the loes and friends of Foraker, particularly among the smaller iry politicians, is ve'ry bitter. Scarcely anything is talked of in the hotel lob bies and around the State House but the factional fight which is now on. It is purely a concern of the politicians, though, and one in which the mass of the party has as jet taken tery little interest The"For aker shouters noirseein to be even more bitter against McKinlev than Sherman, and it is at the Governor that their most liolent denunciations are hurled. The Democrats are watching the quarrel with a hopeful in terest, and are ready to take adtantage of anv turn in their la or. Notwithstanding the crushing defeat of free trade in the Buckeye State last fall, numerous enthusi asts are already declaring that with a ticket like Cleveland andCampbell on the one side and internal strife on the other that re sult could be reversed. But the Republic ans arc confident that after they attend to their own fights they can easily take care of the opposition. Mckinley's friends, since his defeat for temporary presiding officer of the State Con vention, propose to elect him permanent chairman of that gathering, which meets in Cleveland April 27 and 28. This will be tho next hot struggle within the party lines. Sufferers) From Coughs, Sore Throat, etc., Should try "Brown's Bronchlil Troches," aslm ple tout sure remedy, bold onljrja boxes. Frice cents. FIRE IN A BOSTON HOTEL A Rapid Scramble for Life One Guest ratIly Homed and Several Other Radlr Bruised A Knmber or Narrow Escapes Fired From the Engine Room. Bostok, March 30. Clark's Hotel on "Washington street was badly damaged by a fire which broke out at 4 o'clock this morn ing. The guests awakened to find them selves enveloped in smoke, became panic stricken and threeof them were injured, one fatally. Ernest "W. Perry, of Leominster Mass., sustained a broken rib, internal in juries, scalp wounds and was badly burned. He was removed to a hospital and cannot live. The others seriously injured are Thomas W. Southward, of Cambridgeport, both legs broken, and a man named Stock well, ot Laconia, Is. Y., one leg broken. A number of other guests were bruised. There were about 50 guests in theliotel and those were speedily an akened. Among them were the members of the "Shenan doah" company, which played in Chelsea last night. Exit by stiirways was cut off by the thick smoke,"which, by the time the slumbering occupants of the building were aroused, was well mixed with the flames. A rush uas made for the fire escapes on Avery place. It took some few minutes before the excited tbrong could get the fire escape in working order, and then com menced the scramble down the rounds. It was during this descent that Mr. Perry was injured. He cither jumped or was pushed from the ladder wnen ne naa reacnea inc level of the third story. While rushins about in search of an exit from the burning building, Mr, Southward mistook the opening of the elevator well and fell down three stories, alighting on the top of the elevator, where he was found in an unconscious condition by the firemen when they got into the place. So rapidly did the flames spread that it was impossible for the guests to sate anything, some ot them barelv havine time enouch to dress. Iu the attic were six chambermaids, who were with some difficulty rescued by the firemen and assisted down the ladders to the street. In the Adams House, adjoining the burn ing building, nearly 500 guests were asleep at the time of the "breaking out of the fire. Tbev were promptly aroused and every preparation was made for removing them and their effects in the event of the fire penetrating the heavy partitionwalL The loss on the burned building, which is owned by Edward Bangs, is estimated at 535,000. The lessee. Marquis G Clark, sup fers a loss of 520,000; insured. Charles Green & Co., tailors, 585 Washington street, loss from $5,000 to 10,000, by smoke and water; partly insured. The fire originated in the engine room, in the rear of the basement. Omar Haerty. McKeesport Bella Potts.... l'lttsburjc John Herzel Allegheny AnnaBertnfcer Allegheny Thomas TV. Thomas Pltt.bunt Rebecca Goldsmith Pittsburg Charles Valentine Mansfield I.uberta Ilenery Pittsburg: Everett Klsdadden Ktna Charlotte D. Morgan Sharpsburg William A. Pambalino New York Ellen C, Fullertou New York Rnben F. French Pittsburg Mary C. llarcum Allegheny Robert E. Falrguves Pittsburg Esther A. Nlblock Pittsburg NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Pain in the back or limbs is at once driven off by a few applications of Salvation OiL In Mrmorlam. The following resolutions have been adopted by the Board of Managers of Home for Colored Children to the memory of Mrs. Marv Henderson "Watson, who died March 17. 1892. Whereas, God in His providencehas re moved from our counsel and companionship a dear friend and earnest worker, we de sire to express our teiue of the deep loss our board has sustained, as she was truly one of our most active, efficient and liberal mem bers, working with a will and energy which was wonderfully successful. Not only did she work with all her might, but often be yond her strength, always willingly, cheer fully, never grudgingly. When asked by the'Presid-nt: Mrs. Watson, do you thine you can attend to this business lor the "Home?" the answer (shall we ever forget it?), cheerfully, "Yes'm, I thiuk I can. Yes'm, I'll attend to it." Resolved, first, That we mourn our loss, but bow in submission, comforted with the sweet assurance that her "life's work was done" and with her "all is well." Resolved, second, That as aboard we will cherish her memory, emulate her example and work with increased vigor. "Whatso eier onr hands findetb to do, do it with our might, for there is no work, nor device, nor knowledge, nor wisdom in the grave. "Resolved, third, That we gladly bear tes timony to her lovely Christian character, her noble spirit aud her love for the cause of the Master. Resolved, fourth, That we extend our sympathies to her bereaved husband and children, and commend them to a living Savior, who alone can bind up their broken hearts. Ankie H. Miller, Secretary. 1Ahy It Was. A good lady asked not long ago: "What makes Marvin's bread so it hite and so de lightfully sweet?" "We conld not tell a lie, so we said: "It is the materials we use. The yeast we make ourselves and the other ingredients are the purest and best that cfn be purchased." Special Sale. 100 dozens Hemstitched "White buck towels, 25c each, "Worth 40c. Jos. Horse & Ca's Penn Avenue Stores. If you desire to decorate your house in an artistic manner we it ill send an expert deco rator on application and give estimates lor furnishing complete. John S. Roberts, ' 719 and 721 Liberty st., head ot Wood. MTh REAL ESTATE SAVINGS RANK, EEH. 01 Smltlineld Street, Cor. Fourth Avenue. Capital, 5100,000. Surplus, 575,000. Deposits of 51 and upward received and interest allow ed at 4 per cent. its Weak and languid, results from imper fect circulation ot the blood; a sure remedy is Bisque of Beet, herbs and aromatics. Marriage Licenses Issued Yesterday. Name. Residence. Willis E Twlss Allegheny Kate E. Gardner Allegheny William O'Neil Allegheny Mar Bhukburn llomenood George Sclber Cliartlcrs MarU Fullmer Cnarticrs llenJamluMeredlth Jefferson township Maigaret C Mevens Jettenun township Fred J. Ilouck, Jr Allegheny Margaret A Ilouglas Allegheny Charles Groelzlnger Franklin township busau Brandt McCandless township Under the direction of the Legislature of Ohio, the State Food and Dairy Commissioner, Gen. S. H. Hurst, examined the leading brands of baking powder (30 in all) and the following is Gen. Hurst's verdict : " Cleveland's Su perior is abso lutely the best baking powder manufactured.". f Law Ohio Food Commis'ner. DIED. BARRETT Suddenly, at residence, 131 Ftfth avenne. Homestead, on Tuesday, March 29. 1892, at 11:48 P. x., Elles. wife' of James Barrett, lonnerly of Bhymney, South Wales, aged 52 years. Funeral from residence. Notice of time later. BENJAMIN At Apollo, Pa., on Sunday, March 27, 1892, JoBir, Ben amis, Aged.. 51 years. Funeral took place on Wednesday, March 30,1882. CAMPBELL On Tuesday, March 29, 1893, at 7 30 r. x., Jekkie Campbell, aged M years. Funeral from her husband's residence, 113 Lake street, Allegheny, on Thursday, March 31, at 1 r. x. Friends of the family are re spectfully Invited to attend. COREY At his residence, No. 17S2 Middle street Sharpsburs, Pa., on Wednesday, March 30, at 10 a. x., Edward S. Corey, aged 69 3 ears. Funeral notice hereafter. , 3 DAVIS In Ontario, Cal.. Tuesday, March 22, 1892, nt 5 p. x.. Naksie J. Paul, wife .or John C. Davis, of this city. Funeral services will be held in tho chapel of the First Preebjterlan Church, Wood street, 011 Thursday, March 31, at 2 r. x. In terment private. ERERLE On Wednesdav, March 30. 1892, at 2 SO a. M., Eliza Edith, only child ot Frank J. and Mnttle I. Sproull Eberle, aged 9 montns ana 21 uays. Funeral aervices at the residence, 66 Pride street, on Thursday, March 31, IS92, at 3 p. x. Friends of the family are respectfully in vited to attend. FORINGER At his residence at Knvlor, Ai mstrone county. Pa., on March 80, 1892, at 12.30 a. x." Joseph Forixoeb, aged 70 years, 2 months and 12 days. Funornl services ntBerenn Baptist Church', on Friday, at 1 p. x. Friends are respectfully Invited to attend. GANEY-On Wednesday, March SO, 1892, at i p. x , Catherine, wile of Michael Ganey, aged 56 jears. The funeral will take place from her lato residence, 154 Forty-eighth street, on Friday, April I, at 8.S0 a. x. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 HEADRICK On Wednedny, March 80, 1892, at 12.30 p. x., Andrew Pitcairit, son of Georce und Eliza J. lleadrick, pee Pitcairn, aged 23 years. Funeral on Sukdat, April 3, 1892, at 2 P. x., under the direction of the Eureka Lodge. Jr. O. U. A. M., from. parents' residence, 6C4 Homewood avenue. East End. .Friends of the family and members of sister lodges of Jr. O. XT. A. M. are invited to attend. JohnBtown papers please copy. 2 HEENAN On Wednesday, March SO, 1892, at 11:10 A. x., Maxie, daughter of Michael and Elizabeth (nee Caiev) Ileenan, aged 3 years 1 month. Funeral this (Thursday) apterkook at 2 30 o'clock from parents' residence, 189 McClure avenue, Allegheny. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. Uniontown papers please copy. IIOARE On Wednesday. March 30. at her residence, 94 Crawford street, Carrie May Sexple, beloved wife of Fred T. Hoare, in the 24th yeiir of her are. Funeral from her late residence, on Fri day, at 2 p. x. Friends of the family are re spectfully invited to attend. 2 INbSIiER-On Monday, "March 23, 1892, at 6 p. x., Catherine Igsleb, aged 80 voars. Funeral from the residence of her son-in-law, Joseph Keeling, Sr., No. 24 Washington avenue. Twenty-seventh ward, ou Thursday at 8 30 a. x. High mass at St. Michael's Church at 9 a. v. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 3 McHUGH On Tuesday, March 29. 1892, atri r.-m , John RAYXoxs-son or Michael and Ellen McHugh, aged 1 year and 4 months. NICHOLS On 'Monday, March' 28, lS92.a,t 10 p. x., Lydia, daughter of John and Catharine Nichols, in the 24th year of her age. NIXON On Wednesday, March 30, 1892, at 9 A. N , nt his home in Scott township, Sam uel Nixoif, in his 81st year. Funeral on Friday, April 1, at 2 SO p. x. Carriages will wait at the Mansfield depot for the train leaving Union depot, Pittsburg, at 1:05 p. x. on the P., C., C. & St. L, R. R. Friends of the family are respectfully in vited to attend. NORMAN On Wednesday, March SO, 1892, at 3:10 a. it., nt her residence, 34 Vista street, Allegheny, Mrs. Norxax. Funeral fiom her late residence, Friday, April 1, 1892. PATTERSON On Wednesday. March 80, 1892, at 3.30 a. x.. William Patterson, in the 68th year of his age. Funeral services at his late residence, Verona, Pa., on Friday, April 1, 1892, at 10 a. x. Interment at Harmarville. 2 STOCK At lesidence or brother-in-law, 8. J. Dmley, Wednesday, March 30, Kate E. Stock. Interment at Franklin, Pa., Thursday. Franklin and Oil City papers please copy. STUBRS On Monday, March 28, 1892, at 9-45 p. X., Letitia Adair, wife of W. G. Stubbs. Services at the residence of her husband, No.172 Robinsou streer.AUegheny.THURSDAY, March 81, at 2 p. x. Interment private at a later hour. 2 WEBB On Wednesday, March 30, 1S92, at 6 45a.ii,, Flora, daughter of Joseph ana Esther Webb, aged 7 years. Funeral from the parents' residence. No. 10 Kansas street. Twenty-third ward, on Friday, April I, at 2 o'clock. Friends of the lamily are respectfully invited to attend. 2 WEYMAN At Sharpsburjr, on Tuesday, March 29, 1892. at 7:30 Lawrence J., son of John S. ami Sarah G.Weyman, aged 14 years und 4 months. I am dying now, dear mother, and before another's dawn I shall hid farewell to earth's life; who will love you when I am gone? Farewell, my darling Lawrence, gently take your rest: Go'd called you from ns, for He thought it will take place from parents' res idence, 64 Eighth street, Sharpsburg, on Thursday morniso at 9 o'clock. Friends of the lamily are respectfully invited to attend. Carleton county (O.) papers please copy. 2 WILLSTIEN On Wednesday, March 30, 1892, at 4.10 a. x., Raymond C, son of Charles and Lena Willstlen, aged 2 years 9 months 15 da) s, Funeral from parents' residence, Belonda street, Mt. Washington, Thirty-second ward, Thursday, March 31, at S p. x. Friends of the family ate respectfully invited to attend. cheat heo"w:e::rs. All the choice -varieties of roses, 50 per doz BEN..L. ELLIOTT. Telephone 33 Fifth ave,, 18J4. Between Wood and Maiket sts. mhl2TT3 WILLIAM II. WOOD. Funeral Director and Embaliner. Rooms, 3806 Forbes St., Oakland; residence, 212 Oakland ay. Telephone 4024. del3-220-TTSU REPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN 1801 INS. CO. OF NORTH AMERICA, ' Assets, $9,278,220 W). Losses adjusted und paid by WILLIAM L. JONES. 84 Fourth ay. Jal9-52-D WESTERN INSURANCE CO., OF PITTSBURG. Assets. f448,50187 No. 411 Wood st. ALEXANDER KIMICK, President. JOHN B. JACKSON, Vice President. fel8-60-TTS WM. P. HERBERT, Secretary o TAKE MWsTiny Pills! w The first dose often astonishes the in- valid, Klvinf elasticity of mind, buoy- 11 rxKiy, good digestion, regular I ancv 01 bowels and solid flesh. Price, JJScts. Q.M'OLINTDGK&GO. Anhonnce ft Mai of 1 Largest Assort- HtErcrfiroiit toPitioriof ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS! Surpassing in variety and beauty all previous assortments. It includes -all sizes from the smallest to the largest Carpets for rooms 9 to 1 2 feet wide by 12 to 4 6 feet long. All acknowledge the artistic beauty and durability of Oriental Carpets. But many think that they are beyond reach by reason of high price. On the contrary, many of these beautiful Carpets are at very moder ate prices. 0. McClintock & Co., 33 FIFTH AVE. mh31-TT8 READY-MADE MUSLIN SHEETS PILLOW AND BOLSTER CASES. A line of .articles absolutely necessary in evoryCwell ordered household, lor every day and ever)' night use, and which cannot be rotten along without, and which everyone wants to nny cat the lowest prices, is now offered to the trade at our stoie, all ready made and completed, at LOWER FIGURES Than ever before, and in some instances at a less price than the muslins are sold for by thoxard. We have them in the best makes of muslin, including Lockwood, New York Mills and Wnmsutta. -We quote the pi Ices herewith for your inspection. The goods are perfectly made, nice, wide hems, and finished in the best manner. 4 PILX15W -:OASES. - Pillow Cases, 42x36, 12Jc each. Pillow Cases,'17o.uacii. Pillow Cases, 42x30, 19c each. Pillow Cases, 45x36, 12c each. Pillow Cases, 45;cJ6, 18c each. , . Pillow Cases, 45x36, 19c each. Pillow Cases, 45x36, 21c each. BOLSTER OASES. Bolster Cases 42x67, 28o each. Bolster Cases, 42x72, SOe each. Bolster Cases, 42x72, 36c each. Bolster Cases, 45x72. 30c eaoh. Bolster Cases, 45x72, 36c each. "" Bolster Cases,45x72,40c each. SHEETS.' Sheets, 2 yard by 2, 60e each. Sheets 2J vnrds by 2Ji, 65o each. Sheets, 2J yards by,2K, 75a each. Sheets, 2 varus by 2$, 90c each. Sheets, i yards by 2, 90e each. HORN E& WARD 41 Fifth Avenue. mh31 101 Til HAS GOME To test who sells the cheapest CARPETS, CURTAINS and WALL PAPERS. To force and push business we are quoting prices that are bringing us customers from all oyer Pittsburg and Allegheny. Tapestry Carpets, 40c. Body Brussels, 75c. New Pattern Moquettes, $1.25. Large Smyrna Rugs, $3.50. Animal Center Rugs, $6. Compare our prices and be convinced that we are the leaders in low prices, styles and good qualities. Alt, scuflelire & Co,, 68-70 Ohio St., Allegheny, Pa. mh25-MThs Elite Photo Parlors, 616 Market Street. CABINETS, $1 PEE DOZEN. A one-half life size crayon, handsomely framed, $5. No stairs to climb. Use the elevator. fe!2-TT3 Wca and sickly children should take It will make them strons and fleshy. It ha the same effect on anyone. It cures all diseases of the throat and lungs. Pried per bottle, 75 cents. Prepared by A. P. SAWHILU mh3 U7 Federal st,, Allegheny, Pa I NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. BTdTB You've heard of "billows of Lace" ever hear of Mount ains of Dress Goods ? We'll show you both (figura tively speaking) to-day ! New Spring-weight Cloth this morning natural brown and grey mixtures the softe fined shades that make such perfectly genteel Spring Gowns 50 inches wide, $i, $1.25 and $1.50 per yard. The special $1.25 value in English Suitings at 75 cents is being carried .off by fortunate buyers for Street and Travel ing Dresses never a better chance 50 inches wide, 75c Tan Crepon Bedfords, inches wide, $1.25. 42 Two'-Toned Bedfords, greys and tans, "all-over" flecked in white silk, 40 inches wide, $1.25. Colored Cashmeres Chil dren's and Misses' Dresses and Ladies' Tea gown possibili ties, in the 63 shades of these fine Cashmeres, impressing hun dreds of buyers with the unpre cedented offer 38 inches wide, 50 cents. At rear of store you'll find French Silk Striped Challies justice can't be done them in descriptive way. The same goods are being retailed at $1 a yard some places. We must have bought better since we sell better from buyers' stand French Challies, with gar net and red grounds, dotted and striped in white just the shades to heighten brunette beauty. A few pieces light ground French Challies, good color ings, equally good designs deserving of sacrifice only be cause they are so few must be cleared out 50c and 55c quali ties at 35c and 40c they'll go. American Challies5c7c, ioc and 18c. Black Silk Grenadines Such a variety of Mesh Stripes, floral and conventional designs, as would make you dizzy to de cide which is most beautiful, stylish and best 50c, 75c, 80c, $1, $1.25 to $2.50. B0GE3 BUHL ALLEGHENY. mhSO SOME TIMES MOVING TIMES CIRCUMSTANCES ALTER CASES. Bat this fact remains, it does not matter how much or how little money yon want to spend, WE CAN SUIT YOU. Although we carry fnll lines ol CARPETS and CURTAINS and offer everything at BOTTOM PRICES, we wish to specially mention one grde ot CARPET. It is the TAPESTRY BRUSSELS that we are offering at 75c and 85c per yard. They are best goods in elegant patterns and will give good ser vice anywhere. Yon will like them as yon see them on onr floor; yon would like them better on your own. It might he wise economy to buy them, if you are anxious to cut down present outlay or think that perhaps j ou are not permanently located. WE HAVE GOOD LINOLEUM, 50c per sq. yd. CHINA MATTING, $6 for 40 yds. GINNIFF & STEINERT, Limited, WOOD STREET CARPET HOUSE, 305 WOOD ST. mhSS-m PATENTS. YOUR SP I EMm Py IvJ fT w 'Tmjdfl ., v. Ill J UgS ; m NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Nh HDT 110 ysL luunl . Have you considered it? Will it be made to order or shall we furnish it? If it lay between the ordi nary ready-made and a cus tom coat we would not blame you for patronizing the tailor. Butit doesn't. Foroursare not the ordinary; in many re spects they surpass the tailors'. To OUR GRAND STOCK Of tailor-made garments we invite your inspection and defy your criticism. You'll find in it this trite trinity: ART, ELEGANCE Ai ECONOMY. All the novelties in color, drab, light and dark tan, browns and black. In materials Whipcords, London Grays, Twills, Kerseys, Meltons, Covert Coatings, etc. Short, medium and long cuts the box the form fitting the single and the double-breasted. 'Tis the largest and finest assortment in the State. $5 to $25. BOYS' CLOTHING. Knee pant, and Jersey Suits in infinite va riety. Impossible to describe a stock of the size of ours. Full and Complete Line of Con firmation Suits all at our well-known prices. GUSKY'S 300 TO 400 MARKET STREET. mhSO Sta HJiril'P st vtna yjmmm Si KWUCT V WBfmgm-Mi mm A 1 Warranted -water- JA proof and free from if disagreeable odor. m Can be worn Instead rHLHv or spring overcoat, ns yjHSa they come In all the SS2E3r fashionable patterns. Is my old umbrella worth a COVer? If the frame is good we an swer yes. PRICES FOR RE-CDVER3NC. No. 2 Gloria 75c Wo. 1 Gloria $1.50 Milk and Linen 92.50 Best Silk (Umbrella sells at 96 when new) 93.50 All -warranted fast dye and not to cut Work done in one day. Small repairs while you wait. As we make all the Umbrellas we sell, we can savo you money In buying new ones from ns. PAULSON BROS., 441 Wood Street, City. mh2-2-TTS Jlji TrJl t SS- , K .- 'zP THE LYON HAT. Sold in all colors- Soft and easy on the bead- Will keop Its shape Just-the thingr- for spring- PRICE $3, $4 AND $5. So says the poet. WE say to the many who have built low, come and beautify that building from our decorating store. "TOO LOW THEY B0ILD WHO B0ILD BENEATH THE STARS." exclusively house You cannot get as choice a selection from any other house in the city. Special bargains to be had in Fine Lace Curtains. Our line of Notting bams cannot be excelled. Send your soiled curtains and dainty drapings. We clean them. SHUMAN BROS., Wood and Diamond Sts. mhl5-TTS NONE TO EQUAL Our Opera Toe Slipper at si.bo, And the Famous 3 cloth top, patent tip shoe in Common Sense, Opera and Lace. 5MOiS SHOE HOUSE 52 BIS SI mbJ9-TTr Gttgr. W $S?Jf S3iS OUR NEW DERBY HATS FOR BOYS. Children's fancy Hats In new designs and colors. PRICE $1.50 TO $3. 75 J. G. BEIETT 4 CO., Leading Hatters and Furriers. COB. WQDD STREET AHD FIFTH AVEHDL Ladies' Cloak Department second floor. uih31 DRUNKENNESS Or the Uquor Habit Positively Cured mf Administering Sr. Haines' Golden Specific. Itliminnftctnrtd powder, which tuK fiTenlnaglaorbeer. x cup of coffee or tea, or la oA. without the Knowledge of the patient. Itl abtolutelT harmless, and will effect a permanent and ineedr cure, whether the patient is a moderate drinker or in alcoholic wreck. It has been jcrrea In thonsandj of cases, and In everx instance a per fect cure his followed. It nerer falls. TheBTstera (race Impregnated with the Specific It becomes an nalullltr for the liquor a Jttrimno!ilUHiir s-paieboukor pa BXNKIN. SLJ e to exist. artlcnlars free. To be had of Av nth and Penn ar.. Plttsbarav S'rsde supplied hj-GEO. A. KELLY CO. All Bay ntf, . 110LDEK CO.. U Federal st.