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yzjffly&wSgfi x.'V'fXrVJKSlKVmmV'S i4M?i322iBM&i& vvTyrrwv. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 189a 6 BLAIR HAS THE BEE. The Ei-Senator of Chinese Mission Tame Is Looking After HIS OWN PBESIDENTAL CAMPAIGN. Tariff TVill Ee the Main Issue in the Keit National Contest. THE SOUTH IS NOT FOE FKEE SILTEK Ex-Senator Henry "W. Blair, of Hew Hampshire, was at the Monongahela House yesterday afternoon. He went to "Washing ton in the evening. Mr. Blair said he was here on private business, and had stopped over on his return from a trip through Louisiana and Texas. The ex-Senator is a candidate for the Presidency, and though he would not admit it, it is e idcnt that his mission in the South was purely political. The old man has been joVed a good deal about his educational bill, but he is very popular with the Southern negroes, and he may bob up at Minneapolis with a good following. He preferred not to talk about his Fresidental aspirations. He wouldn't say whether he thought he would have the support of his State delegation or not. "When asked what he was doing for him self, he laughed, and intimated that he was cot asleep. He declared that politics had nothing to do with his visit to Pittsburg, and he didn't know that Senator Quay was in town until informed. He asked a great many questions about politics in Pennsyl vania and principally in Pittsburg. A Candidate for the Presidency. "It is time that I am a candidate for the Presidency," he said. "The question for Republicans to consider is how they can best carry the country. The choice of a candidate is as important as the formation of a platform. My impression is that when the delegates get to Minneapolis the man who is most likely to lead the party to success will be nom inated. Pledges won't amount to much when this question is considered. If the party is handicapped in its candidate from the start, we are sure to be defeated next November. I have great faith in the Republican party, and I feel sure if no seri ous blunders are made that we will win. The main issue will be the taring and free silver will cut some figure. Are anv of the Eastern States shaky? Well, I don't know. Tho party is not any too well fortified In Massa chusetts. "While in the bouth I discovered that the Democrats are al! Sot Cleveland. In Texas thej ere glad that the silver bill was postponed. The people down South are not so rabid for free silver as we have been led to think. I take it that Mills, who was lecently elected to the Senate, represents tho feeling lu Texas. He is a free trader and favored tho postponement of the silver question. Republicans Might Carry Louisiana. "In Louisiana the Democrats are badly cut up. I believe the Republicans would carry the State if the vote was counted. As it is we have enough voters down there, but ther are not Riven a fair show in politics. As for the Federal election bill, I w ould have favored it if the educational ineasuie had been placed tide bv side with it. Where the people are intcllisent no legal restraints are needed at the polls, and the law would soon become a dead letter." " h.it do jou think of the ratification of the Beiinsr Sea treaty?" was asked. "It would be out of place for me to criti cise the action ol the Senate now that I am out of it. I have always lavored protecting the "icals and was opposed to eivinc tho J-iiplisli anv giound for a claim. The indus try is ours, and it is our business to defend it 'against the interference of outsiders. The Government has a right; all that lcmams to be done is to defend it bv flshtlng; if necessary. All this diplo matic correspondence onlygivesthe English ground for putting in claims to which they me not entitled, and everv concession made to theni Is so much in their favor. The fact IsLncIe Sam 6wns the seal fisheries and thev should be protected at any cost. This i the simplest wav out of such difficulties." Mi. Blali declined to say anything about Piesident Harrison, or what he thought of his chinces for renomination. He referred to the Chinese attair, and for that reason pielerred to remain silent. PBICE8 EM HOUSEKEEPER IIES. $6.95 Very fine ENGLISH PORCELAIN DIN NER SETS of 112 pieces, neatly decorated; sold in exclusive crockery stores at $11. $15 Celebrated CARLSBAD CHINA DINNER SETS, complete in every respect, artistically decorated in delicate and exquisite designs and colors; sold in exclusive crockery stores at $ 25. $5.00 $7.50 Beautiful CHINA TOILET SETS of 12 pieces, including Slop Jar, artistically decorated in various de signs, sold in exclusive crockery stores for $g. John Maddock's fine ENGLISH PORCELAIN TOILET SETS, in handsome decorations; sold in exclusive crockery stores for $ 12. KAUFMANNS' AMOTKMKNTS. OLD CITY HALL. SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 9. America's Greatest Humorist, TnEWEOWNED BILL NYE -AKD- Ai Pi B U R D A IM K t matte Entertainers THESE TWO KIXGS OF HUMOR WILL GIVE An evening of refined and brilliant wit. Splendid dramatic representations, That you will look back upon with happiest, recollection for years to come. Iteserved seats, 25c. 1S0 75c, $L on sale atMellor Hoene's Music More, Fifth avenue, on and alter April. mh31-54 DUQUESNE. LeaSnS&r. Commencing Monday, April 4, the first Joint appearance of ROSE AND CHABLES COGHLAN Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday even ings and Saturday matinee, LADY BARTER, Preceded bv DRIFTED APART. Wednesday Matinee and Wednesday and Saturday Evenings, DOKOIHVS DILEMMA. mhSl-123 CONCERT "SET Allegheny, Friday evening, April 1, 1892, under tho auspices of the Alleohbijt Musical Association, The Schubert Male Quartette, of CMc3go. MRS. K. O. LIPPA, Pianiste. Tickets at Alex Ross', Federal street, Alle gheny City. mh8 1-116 THEATRE This week. Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. W. J. GILMORE'S BIO SPECTACLE, THE DEVIL'S AUCTION. April t John Kernell in The Hustler. mh2S-20 THE ALVIN THEATER CHARLES L. DAVIS. ...Owner and Manager TO NIGHT AT 8 15. ONLY MATINEE SATURDAY. IE WOLP HOPPER And his Merry Company, presenting w-A-iEsra-. Next Week SHIP AHOY. mh28-53 DUQUESNE. Iadl'i Theater. TO-NIGHT. EVERY LINE A LAUGH. HEED AND COLLIER - HDSS AND HOSS. MATINEE SATURDAY. Next week Rose and Charles Coghlan. mh31-124 A LVIN. NEXT WEEK, THE MILLER OPERA CO., SHIP, .A-ZEICrZ". SEATS NOW ON SALE. mb31-33 REGULAR PRICES. H AERY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY. To-Night, Matinees Tuos , Thurs., Sat. 11EILLY & WOODS5 BIG SHOW. HADES AND THE 400. mh27-163 HARRIS' THEATER Mrs. P. Harris, R. L. Britton, T. F. Dean, Proprietors and Managers. Everv afternoon and evening, Dowling and Hasson in THEtftED SPIDER. Week April 4 Alfred W. Fremont in "7T7." mliSl TTNITARIAN PUBLICATIONS FREE (J Address Miss Mary Lyman, 19 Oakland Square, Pittsburg. Ja-12 43 ti03P220 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. MILD 723 AND 725 LIBERTY STREET. Cor. Eighth, Head of Wood Street. RIGHT FROM THE START WE BEAT ALL COMPETITION IN REGARD TO PRICES AND TERMS This Cheval Chamber Suit Cash or Credit A saving to you of $10 You must see it before you buy. PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST! This Table I A $4 down $1 per week for balance LARGEST STOCK OF This couch only Jv VA1V7W TJSX !)25. I 1" 11 0" tu m 1 . f-i rH w " 4J VttU3L PROMPT AND SURE DELIVERIES. This Parlor Suit fH f& a. sa kx Cash or Credit lp $24 tO $200. H0fiNEHfIT.il BIT llfffi, 723 AND 725 LIBERTY STREET. AMUSEMENTS. TO-NIGHT. THE THE GREAT SHIP SCENE. Prices. 15.25.00.75. VENDETTAi SSc.RtoBeserved. Next Weefc-THE BOOMEE. mbSl-U2 KAUFMANNS HOUSE BEBSte. 4f At this price IMP they'll "dust ,v ooit" quickly. Fine split turkey feather dusters, worth 35c. &i Q More light 3Ib4w on the lamp subject. 1,350 beauti ful Vase Parlor Lamps, all complete, worth J2.50, go on sale at J51.49. &A OR For these strong Beed Body VpH'.atJ Baby Carriages, neatly uphol stered in fine cretonne, satlne parasol and steel wheels; actual value, $8. FIFTH . .. . J).,, a.. a.AT.aate-Vaa.gf.-rs- ii...-ti?Ajt.b;i,.iA ..i.auft?.iB":Mi,JAf ;jTifntjjf ffiiTiifTWiiriffJJamg1i liiM ITn"8 MSaasaMBSitr lrnmi i SMMtwpPWCgBlcilMMaiwtTUg'Trgjar'-.y aiwi BIT COMPANY, We have Cham ber Suits as low as $15. and Lots of styles to select from. Cash or Credit. TERMS ALIUS THE EASIEST! We have Cane Seat wooa seat, Leather Seat Chairs Of All Kinds. CARPETS IN THE CITY. See ur - S1Q BED LOUNGES. Cash or Credit See the large stock of Parlor Suits from m29h-I4-TT AMUSEMENTS. OThTOIUUMSIXTH AHDPMKAVi To-night at 8:15, and every nlght'tbis week. The Great and Only PBOF. A. B." GLEASON'S MABVELOU8 HOB8E EXHIBITIONS. The most amusing, exciting and instruc tive entertainment in the world. K. E. GLEASON, Sole Owner. Box office open at 9 a. m. for sale of eeati. Prloea,50oand25c mh30 CLEANING AJXX FIXING UP Solid, all-steel, large size Hatchets at 25c, worth 50c. Steel Claw Tack Hammers at 3 c, worth ioc Spun Steel Machine Oilers, warranted, at ioc, worth 35c. Solid Brass Moulding Picture Hooks, 8c per dozen, worth 25c. Porcelain Picture Nails, at ioc per dozen, worth 20c. Hendryx's best braided Picture Wire, at 3c per coil, worth ioc Extension Curtain Pole Brackets at 20c, worth 35c Scandinavian Jail Locks, very strong, at 5c, worth 15c Chase's best Liquid Glue, 5c per bottle, worth ioc. Strong Japanned Shelf Brackets, 8c per pair, worth 15c. Fine Tampico Scrub Brushes at 4c, worth ioc. Fine Ostrich Feather Dusters at ioc, worth 20c Counter or Stair pust Brushes at ioc, worth 20c Good Bristle Shoe Brushes at ioc, worth 25c. Bristle Whitewash Brushes at 25c, worth 50c. Extra quality Whisk Brooms at ioc, worth 25c. Putz Pomade, "Helmet" brand, at 5c, worth ioc Electro Sicilian Silver Polish at 5c, worth ioc. Very best Wash Blueing, 3c per bottle, worth ioc Household Ammonia, 5c per bottle, worth ioc. Sponges, as large as your head, at sc, worth 15c. Morgan's Sapolio, very best, at 4c, worth 8c. Shelf Oilcloth, all colors, 6c per yard, worth ioc Kirk's German Mottled Soap at 3c, worth 8c. Kirk's Cabinet Laundry Soap at 3c, worth 5 c Best Bamboo Carpet Beaters at 8c, worth 15c THE ELECTRIC CLEANSER, cleans carpets, curtains, silks, flannels, kid gloves, and removes paint and grease spots, 25c PER BOX; worth its weight in gold. ' $12 Cf Tor this JU Carriage: plush; satin paiasol and lace edge; ac tual value (20. AVE. AND SMITHFIELD ST. NEW ADTEBTISEMENTa. RhCUMAFtSM Gout& Lumbago JlttJamrar, 1'A., March 3, 1892. McKinnlo & Chessman lUnutactiirlng Com pany, ?ittshurg, Ea.: Gentlimkit I hare been a sufferer with muscular rheumatism for the past eight or nine year?, and have tried almost every known remedy without anything more than temporary relief beine afforded me. Having heard of your Bbeumacura and Us wonderful achievements concluded to try it. The result has been more than I expected. I purchased a bottle February 12, and less than the contents of one bottle bas made a new man out of me, and I am assured of a sure and permanent cure. I cheerfully recommend It to any and all persons afflicted with rhoumatism, and par ticularly those whose duties may call them out in all kinds of weather and are exposed as I am and have been for years past. I am very truly yours, NOBLE JONES, Captain Columbia Engine Company, Sandusky Street, Allegheny, Fa. Price, $? per bottle. For sale by all drug gists. MoKINNIE CHESSMAN MFG. CO, mh27'TTSsu 616 Penn ave., Pittsburg, Pa. LIKE ALL SUCCESSFUL THINGS, T HAS IMITATORS. But who ever knew a copy to equal the original in merit T When yon want a GOOD, RELIABLE, PTJBE, WELL-AGED WHISKY buy our OLD EXPORT. Full quarts. 11, or six for $5. Mall orders solicited, and verbal orders delivered to all parts ot the two cities free. JOS. FLEMING & SON, Wholesale aad Retail Druggists, 413 Market street, Pittsburg, Pa, mh20-TTssn BUT TOUR SPECTACLES AT Til ReXieatole Ojptlolcin. icyea ftxaminea jriee. Artificial Eyes Inserted. J. DIAMOND,? de23-TTSu , OCULISTS' ORDERS FILLED We have the only BYBGLASSES '1 hat will ntny on the nose. FAT.Jllfcll.lfc ElS EXAMINED FREE. Wm. B. STIEBM, Optician, HI Smithfleld street, Plttsburg.f a. mhaS-TM HAVE YOU TROUBLE in getting lenses to suit the eye, or Frames to fit the faoot CD Our system assures Derfeotlon in both, xaxxijii., xiiiiuriiiiAj, . . .ir.. ..M . . no2-60-TTS 511 Penn Avenue. IAS. M'NEIL & BRO., BOILERS, PLATE AND SHEETIRON WOBK. PATENT SHEET-IRON ANNEALING BOXES. With an inereased capacity and hydraulic machinery, we are prepared to furnish all work in our line oheaper and better than by the old methods.. Repairing and general machine work. Twenty-ninth street and Allogheny Valley Bailroa -p fel6-VTTS OUR OLD 0 CKD HELPS it' 75' WORTH Handsome, strongly made Spice Cabinets of hardwood. 25 C WORTH 5c, Fine Carlsbad Cup, Saucer and with gold band. 33 Qism. K& C WORTH 6oc, Fine China Cuspidor, nicely decorated. magnificent Babv unholstered in silk HEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTIONS AND SMALL CENTS English's Best Needles, regular Q price 5c a paper, O Darning Needles, regular price Q 5c a paper, - 0 Good Quality Pins, regular Q price 5c a paper, O Good Quality Pins, regular f price 4c a paper, im Good Book Pins, regular price Q Hat Pins, regular price 10c a i. dozen, "fr Belt and Veil Pins, regular Q price 5c a box, 0 Mourning Pins in boxes, regu- Q lar price 6c a dozen, . Barbour's Linen Thread, regu- O lar price 8c a spool, U Good Black Spool Silk, x 00 yds, regular price 8c a spool, "f Good Quality Black Buttonhole I Twist, regular price 2 for 5c, Extra Quality Corset Clasps, regular price iajc, 0 Corset Steels with patent lock Q clasps, regular price 15c, JJ Clinton Safety Pins, a dozen, regular price 8c, "f Lindsay's Safety Pins, regular Q price 5c a dozen, 0 Standard Darning Cotton, reg- P ular price 10c a dozen, t) Darning Wool, I Regular price 3c, Needle Books, P Regular price 10c, Dress Steels (covered), regular P price ioc a dozen, j Covered Whalebones, regular if price 15c a dozen, U Common Sense Hair Crimpers, Q regular price 5c a dozen, 0 One lot of White and Colored "Hercules Braid, ranging in price from 10c to 25c, will be closed out at the uniform P price of U One lot of Colored Silk Bind ing, never sold under 8c a Q yard, will be closed out at Q Shoe Horns, worth 10c, ) Patent Shoe Buttons, one gross ftP in box, worth 35c, U Narrow All-Wool Braids, 12 IP yards in piece, worth 25c, J Best Hair Curler, nickel plated, cold handles, never before Q sold under 15c ' J Small Gilt Hair Pins, popular P price i2C a paper, ,,"". Q Hooks and Eyes, regular' price i 3c a card, wffcuf allSl MH I WARES LLuHNInN&l)U.MKT MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. OldStVLe mm s-ar iKJrlfn III ORn SAVES TIME Ot AND LABOR. The only genuine Self-Wringing Mops; regular price, 75c China Plate, m "MlBll 9isisisK?ui32iiv 75 CENTS. Mrs. Potts' Celebrated Sad Irons, full set, all complete; regular price, KAUFMANNS' 1 . 7 x AND SMALL CENTS Good Belting, regular price 23c I. apiece, i Darning Eggs, with handles, regular price ioc, If Good Silk Garter Elastic, reg- J ular price 25 c, Q Extra quality Silk Garter Elas- tic,rufflededge,newestshades, AP regular price 40c, Q Good Cotton Garter Elastic,. P regular price ioc, Q Good Cotton Corset Laces, 2j yards long, regular price 10c P a dozen, Q Good Silk Corset Laces, 3 yards f f) long, regular price 1 8 c, Good Shoe Laces, regular price 5c a dozen, Celluloid Thimbles, regular price 4c, 3 2 Lindsay's Ladies' Hose Sup--J II porters, regular price 20c, 2 Lindsay's Misses' Hose Support ers, regular price 18c, 10 Cotton Tape, i Regular price 2c, Garter Buckles, jft Regular price 25c, U Hook and Eye Tape, regular Q price 1 2c a yard, Q Shoe Hooks, long handles, reg- M. ular price ioc, f Shoe Buttons, regular price ioc P a gross, 0 Colored Seam Binding, regular i rt price 1 8c apiece. j Seamless Stockinette Dress P Shields, regular price 8c, ) Tape Measures, Q Regular price 5c, Q Turkish Wash Rags, regular A price sc, . Pleated Skirt Braid, regular price 15c apiece, iff Large Seamless Stockinette Dress Shields, regular price T I2C, I Best Crochet Cotton, 200-yard A balls, regular price ioc, 0 Knitting Silk, good quality, Jfl regular price 30c, J Mixed Black Pins in boxes, worth ioc, "fr Wire Hair Pins in boxes, worth 8c, Good Steel Scissors, worth c, 4 20 504, 50b and 60S SI. WARES IMPLETE HOUSE EuUISMG DEPOT IN WRINGER Worth 50c, Large, beautiful Cham ber Pails, painted in" colors and decorated in gold. Worth $1.65; Fifteen-quart size best Granite Iron Water Pails; will outwear all others. 29c "49c A. iu JSi , -.'Jgjfc4.a..--n. !- -thMMii