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'ONE MORE IMORMER.
A Man With Two Karnes Takes the
Stand Against the Irish Leader.
TEE AMERICAS SIDE OP THE CASE.
An Alleged Federal Major Asserts That
Parnell Told Him That
HE WAS IX FAVOIi OF INSURRECTION.
The Libel Case in the Scotland Courts Is Very Bnmina.
A man named Beach, who also calls him
telf Major Le Caion, testified against Par
nell before the Commission yesterday. He
said that Parnell told him that nothing hut
force of arms would ever free Ireland. He
claimed to have been the bearer of a message
from the Irish leader to persons in America.
IiOndox, February 5. When the session
of the Parnell Commission opened to-day
Attorney General "Webster announced that
he would proceed to take up the American
portion of the case. A witness named Beach
testified that when Parnell and Dillon were
in America during 1SS0 their meetings were
held under the auspices of the Clan-na-Gael.
Witness attended several meetings at which
Messrs. Dillon and Parnell were present.
Mr. Parnell attended the demonstration in
Chicago at which bodies of the Clan-na-Gael
and the Hibernian Eifle Guards were
Beach produced a copy of the constitution
of the "B. C.," or Clan-na-Gael. This pro
Tided for concerted action with the Irish
Brotherhood and kindred societies to bring
about a combination of the Irish revolu
tionary movements in all parts of the world
to act decisively against England. The
witness said that in 1878 Devoy and Jlillen
were sent as delegates to Ireland, receiving
10,000 from the skirmisning fund, and a
further sum which does not appear in the
Attorney General Webster read Devoy's
official report, in which he urged that be
fore any large quantity of arms was sent to
Ireland three delegates should be sent to
prepare Irishmen to use them.
PABSELL -WASTED TO JOTS.
Beach further testified that Egan told
him that Mr. Parnell desired to join the
Brotherhood, but it was thought that his
connection with the organization would de
stroy his usefulness, and on this account he
was not allowed to join. He also said that
Egan told him that there were many pay
ments made by the League which it was
impossible to make public, and he in
stanced the paying of Dutch officers who
were sent from Amsterdam to assist the
Boers during the Transvaal war.
The witness had two interviews with Mr.
Parnell. The first interview was held in
the house of A. M. Sullivan, at Clapham,
and the next in the lobby of the House of
Commons, where, alter conversing with
O'Kelly and Parnell together, he had a
talk with Parnell alone. Parnell said it
rested wholly with the leaders of the Revo
lutionary party to brine both parties into
line. He asked witness to get Devoy to
meet him in Paris, and offered to defray
Devoy's expenses. He also desired to meet
Alexander Sullivan, Hines and others.
"Doctor," he said to Beach, who is a
physician, "I have long since ceased to be
lieve that anything but force of arms can
ever bring about the redemption of Ire
land." 1XSUEEECTION ADVOCATED.
Mr. Parnell went on to say that he did
not see why a successful insurrection thould
not happen in Ireland, adding: "I think
we will have at the end of the year 100,000
iu the League Treasury. That's a pretty
good nucleus. The people might do some
thing more." On seeing Mr. Parnell again
lie conversed with him for a few seconds
only, and on bidding him goodby he got
his photograph, signed "Yours truly, C. S.
Parnell," as a memento. He would pro
duce the photograph.
Witness then went to Dublin bearing
letters of introduction to Mr. Kenny, M.
P., and other members of the League. He
discussed an open movement with Sexton
and Kenny. He was driven by Kenny to
Kilmainham jail, where he saw Dillon,
Sheridan and Boyton. He returned to Isew
York in June, 1881, and tried to see Devoy
and Carney with Parnell's message.
While searching for Devoy he met Bres
line, who, with Hines and Devoy, then
formed the Revolutionary Directory; Bres
lin expressed his willingness to bring both
parties into line. So also did Sullivan,
Hines and Devoy, whom he met in Chicago.
Dr. Carroll expi eased himself as pleased to
see that Parnell was returning to his senses
on the revolutionary question, but he ob
jected to any coalition between orcaniza
tions. THE AMERICAS' MAJOE.
Witness was introduced to Parnell and
others of his party as Major Le Caron, un
der which name he had been known the
past 28 years. He attained the rank of
major in the federal army during the civil
war. He was also a major in the Irish Re
publican army. He was graduated M. D.
after failure of the raid on Canada. When
he returned from America he got a circular
from the "V. C," meaning the Executive
Council of Clan Xa Gael, announcing that
it had been decided to call up the 25 per
tent D Fund, or camp subscriptions, to ex
pedite military preparations.
The Commission then adjourned until to
morrow, when the hearing will be resumed.
A dispatch from Edinburgh says: The
Edinburgh court has rendered a decision in
which it holds that it has no jurisdiction in
the action for libel broucht by Mr. Parnell
against the London Times. The Court has
therefore dismissed Mr. Parnell's action
with the cost of appeals. The judgment was
rendered on the ground that Mr. Walter was
only one of a co-partnery owning the Times,
and consequently the arrestments made
against him as an individual were invalid.
A DISPUTED SUCCESSION.
There May Be Trouble Over the Heir to tfao
BEBLnr, February 5. The question of
the succession to the Austrian throne is
causing increasing excitement in official
and diplomatic circles. The papers quote
an article from the official journal of Signor
Crispi, the Italian Prime Minister, declar
ing that the Salic law has been virtually
abolished in Austria-Hungary since in the
Pragmatic sanction, therefore Crown Prince
Budolfs daugnter is the heir to the throne.
Advices from Pesth say that the question
already engages the anxious attention of the
Ministeis, although no official notification
respecting the succession will be made until
the end of the year. The Government
organ, the Pester Lloyd, vaguely suggested
yesterday the right of Princess Elizabeth
to succeed to the throne. The Vienna press
in the meantime, treats the rights of Arch
duke Karl as incontcstible.
When the excitement abates and a clearer
vision comes of the results of RuJolfs
death, it will be seen that it involves a
probability of a formidable conflict over the
At the funeral of the Crown Prince at
Vienna to-day all places of business were
closed and the city put on mourning. The
life of the town was concentrated around
the spot where the obsequies of the Crown
Prince were held. The Emperor and Em
press and the Crown Inn cess attended a
requiem mass in the oratory of the palace,
at which the Miserirc was sung by the
court choir. The service was ended
st noon. The church bells then
'commenced to toll. The coffin lid was fast
ened at 2 o'clock, and the key was confided
to Prince Hohenlobe. Soon afterward the
gates of the chapel were closed and the
members of the imperial family gathered
around the catafalque to take a last farewell
of the remains. Everything was quiet
during the services, which terminated at 5
The following letter was left by the
Deab Szoegyentt I send you herewith a
codicil. Execute its provisions and those of
my nill drawn two cars ago. with the assent
of my wife. In m study at the Hofburg stands
a small table. With the enclosed gold key
open the drawers and you will And my papers,
the arrangement nf which I Intrust to yon,
leaving it to your judgment to decide what to
publish. I can live no longer. Remember me
to all my good friends. Farewell. God bless
our beloved Fatherland. Yours,
LOULANGEE TO BE SAT UPON.
The French Government Will TnkoActlvo
Steps Against Illm.
Paris, February 5. A special meeting
of the Cabinet was held to-night at the
Ministry of -the Interior, Premier Floquet
presiding. It is reported that the Ministers
decided to take active measures for the re
pression of the Boulangists. General Riu
has been placed under arrest for 15 days for
making a speech against the Cxovernment,
It is semi-officially announced that Great
Britain having recognized Legitime as Pres
ident of nayti, France will do likewise.
M. Goblet, Minister of Foreign Affairs, has
instructed M. Laforestcrie, the Haytian
Envov here, that he may present Presi
dent Carnot with a letter from Legitime,
notifying the French Government of
his election. Comte de Sesmaisofs, the
French Envoy to Hayti, has been ordered
to present his credentials to Legitime.
The committee of the Chamber of Depu
ties on the Scrutin d'Arrondissment bill
consists of seven supporters of the measure
and four opponents. The bill is safe to pass.
Condensed Special Dispatches From Sur
rounding Communities Thnt Are Tribu
tary to Fittsbnrc.
Measles now keep Braddock children on
the ragged edge.
Belva LocmvooD will lecture in Blue Rib
bon Hall. McKeesport, this evening. Subject
"Is Marriage a Failure I"
The Republicans of Scranton yesterday
nominated Reese Brooks for Treasurer and
George Eisel for Controller.
IWilliak Peossek, of Christy Park, em
ployed in Brown's Coal Works, at Boston, was
fatally injured by a fall of slate yesterday.
A company for the manufacture of ice has
been organized at Youngstown. The artificial
ice will be shipped largely to Pittsburg con
Dennis QxrnrLAN, a section hand, has
bronghtaction at Youngstown against the Penn
sylvania Company to recover 2,000 for injuries
received last October.
Tiie attaches of the New England Tea Com
pany at New Castle, a gift concern that was
closed up by officers a few days ago, have been
held under 81,000 for court. The proprietors
A. C. Weaver, the Braddock water works
contractor, blames Council for the unsatis
factory condition of the work. Ho claims that
tbo borough fathers have not lived up to their
part of the bargain.
TriE local Women's Christian Temperance
Union has decided not to remonstrate against
a single saloon in Erie city, but will commence
next week to organize Prohibition Amendment
Clubs in Kite.
The German professorship at Thiel College
was filled yesterday by the election of Rev. H.
Volght. teacher of theology at Pewberry,
South Carolina. Ho is a graduate of the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania and has spent a year
in Germany. Ho will accept.
The cases of Frank Baer, Henry Hetzel
Charles Francis, William Richardson and Har
rison Fox, who are charged with t he burning
of two large mills at Lntrobe and Greensburg,
last summer, valued at $100,000, have been post
poned till the May term of court.
At a meeting of the Beaver bar Monday aft
ernoon, formal action was taken upon the
death of the late Sam. B. Wilson, Esq. Re
marks were made by E. B. Daucherty, A. P.
Marshall, J. R. Harrah, D. S. Naugle, J. M.
Buchanan. W. H. 8. Thomson and J. H. Cun
ningham, Esq., and by Judge AVickham, who
AT the annnal meeting of tho stockholders
of the Massillon and Cleveland Railroad yes
terday the following Board of Directors was
elected: Louis H. Meyer, Charles "W". Cass.
Mew York; J. N. McCullough, John J. Halev,
Pittsburg: Hon. John Sherman. Mansfield;
Mark A Hanna, Cleveland; P. G. Albright,
TnE State Board or Mine Inspectors met in
annual session at Willlamsport, yesterday, for
the purpose of examining applicants for the
position of mine boss. The board consists of
Mine Inspectors Hugh McFarland, R. Hamp
ton and J. Ditchburn. There are about 25 candi
dates reported for examination and the board
ill probably sit three or four days.
AT Scottdalc Monday night the novelty store
of John Kane was entered by a gang of thieves
and goods to the amount of SG00 were taken.
Four men have been arrested on suspicion of
having committed the robbery. A small jimmy
was found in their possesion. They were
lodged in the lockup and will hare a hearing
to-day. Meanwhile the officers are on the
hunt for others of the party.
Elizabeth Mundey, aged 60 years, a single
woman, living on a small piece of laud near
Friendsville, Susquehanna county, was found
dead in her house yesterday with every evi
dence of a brutal murder. She was last seen alive
Saturday night, and her hired man, who is
missing, is believed to have committed the
double crime, to which he added robbery, as it
is certain he secured considerable money which
tho woman kept in the house.
Two coaches of Baltimore and Ohio passen
ger No. 7 were derailed a few miles cast of
Newark, yesterday afternoon, caused by a loose
rail. The engine and some of tho cars passed
over all right. The officers of the road, includ
ing Vice President Colonel Orland Smith,
Superintendent Devries, General Freight
Traffic Manager Hcrriot and others were on tho
train. Thcv. including passengers, had a hair
breadth escape from a terriblo death.
The Standard Oil Company yesterday com
pleted another important purchase, buying
the lands, wells and leases of Cary C. Harris,
one of the most prominent operators in tho
Ohio field. The sale embraces a farm of 100
acres lying west of Findlay, and about 500
acres leases In Wood connty, includme20 good
wells. It is reported that the consideration
was in the neighborhood of 100,000 spot cash.
Mr. Harris has been one of the most successful
operators in this field, every well he drilled
proving a.good producer. It is probable that
the money received on this sale represents
that much clear profit for two years spent in
oil op orations.
A POOLROOM EAIDED.
Chief Brown Closed Ono Up on Diamond
Street Last XlgliU
Inspector McAleese and Assistant Super
intendent of Police O'Mara last night
raided the poolroom on Diamond alley,
which has been running for some months
under the management of Rush and Allen.
Chief Brown was passing early in the even
ing and noticed a fight in progress. He
says the place will bow have to remain
closed. Patrick Haley and William
Brinklev were arrested.
Is carefully prepared from Sarsaparilia, Dan
delion, Mandrake, Dock, Pipsissewa, Juniper
Borries, and other well-known and valuable
vegetable remedies, by a peculiar combination,
proportion and process, giving to Hood's Sarsa
parilia curative power not possessed by other
Is the best blood purifier. It cures Scrofula,
Salt Rheum, Boils, Pimples, all Humors, Dys
pepsia, Biliousness, Sick Headache, Indiges
tion, General Debility, Catarrh, Rheumatism,
Kidney and Liver complaints, overcomes that
tired feeling, creates an appetite, strengthens
the nerves, and builds up the whole system.
Has met peculiar and unparalleled success at
home. Snch Is its popularity in Lowell, Mass
where It Is made, that whole neighborhoods are
fakirs it at tho same time,and Iwwelldrugsists
sell more of Hood's Sarsaparilia than, of all
other sarsaparillas or blood purifiers! It is
sold by all druggists, SI; six for Si Prepared
only by C. L HOOD t CO., Lowell, Mass.
.100 Doses One Dollar
Blnrrlase Licenses Granted Testerdax
( Conrad F. EtoUenbach rittsburg
JTUlieA. Carey llttsburg
(Joseph Wair rittshnrg
I Ellen Clark l'lttsburg
J David Deutsch rittsburft
I Bertha Amster . Allegheny
(Michael JuRoriz Shaler township
J Anna Mallseh busier township
C l'clegrlno ltagrio l'lttsburg
Angelina UruTohlo rittsburjc
t Hodchester Lewis l'lttsburg
(Sarah E. Wise l'lttsburg
J George Model Sprlngdale township
Martha J. Muehelm Indiana township
Michael Elschleger Allegheny
Rosanna Klcfer l'lttsburg
I l'ctcr Strasburg I'lttsbBrg
J Mary A. Cornier l'lttsburg
(James W. Vanmeter Hawkins station
I Mary E. Barnctt Hawkins station
Henry Burger. Allegheny
Katie Krall Allegheny
(Thomas Naughton Sharpsburg
.Nora O'Donnell bharpsburg
5 August Welpand Allegheny.
JMaryLlsber ,.... Allegheny
(Andrew Young l'lttsburg
Mattlc I'otts l'lttsburg
I Alexander Kuberske l'lttsburg
Johanna bezlplnske l'lttsburg
( l'anlel McCluskey Allegheny
Kate O'Connell..,. Allegheny
(Albert J. Hazlcy. Scott township
Lena Dler Scott township
Joshua Brown Allegheny
Christinas ash Allegheny
(Michael Karnaslnlskl , FltUburg
Franclska Florkowska l'lttsburg
(Andrew Drzcwieckc Pittsburg
A Bin Sacrifice.
For Thursday we shall offer the most
tempting inducement to purchasers of high
class clothing that we have ever announced
during our whole business career. We have
on hand about 60 French montagnao
overcoats, all sizes, lined with Cutter's
finest quilted satin, trimmed in the most
expensive manner high class tailoring can
devise, and manufactured to sell for not
less than ?50. Our price on Thursday for
them will be 520. An accurate idea of the
value of these garments can bo formed from
the fact that a yard of the raw material in
these coats cost between f 10 and 512. We
have placed these overcoats on one connter
for your inspection, and advertised them a
day in advance, as our imported French
montagnac overcoats, selling on Thursday
for the sacrificing price of 520. None sold
before Tnnrsday, 9 A. M. P. O. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the
pew Court House.
FINESr ON EARTH.
(Scott's Mineral Base Teeth Warranted for
No other dentist in this vicinity can make
this work. Don't give your order until
you have seen them, at 624 Penn avenue,
300 Pieces New India Silks,
cents to 51 25; all the new colorings
and latest patterns; not only cheap but
good. See these novelties.
Jos. Horjte & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Baegains in portieres, all chenille and
plain, with deep chenille borders, from $5
to 512 50 per pair; ?10 to ?20 were the former
prices. Huous & Hacke,
Lowest Prices in tho Two Cities
For diamonds, watches and silverware.
Hauch's, No. 295 Filth avenue,
Call and be
See onr line of satin striped moires, all
colors, only 75c per vard; actual value, 51 SO
per yard. " HUGUS& Hacke.
Cash paid for old gold and silver at
Hauch's, Ko. 295 Fifth avenue. WFSu
Beautiful designs in American challis
just opened; only SOc per yard.
mwfsu Huous & Hacke.
8T0LZENBACH CAREY By Rev. R,
T. Miller, Tuesday evening, February 5, 1889,
C. F. Stolzexbach to Tixlie A. Caeey,
both of Pittsburg.
BRENNAN On Tuesday evening, February
5, 18S9, Michael Buennak, aged 82 years,
residence Webster avenuo.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
CORFSHAFFER On Tuesday. Februarys;
18S9, at 7:43 p. sr., Mabtha Corfsiiaffeb,
Funeral on Thursday, February 7, at 2 p.
jr., from the residence of her daughter. No.
221 Thirty-eighth street. Friends of the family
are respectfully invited to attend. 2
CASKEY On Monday, February 4, 1S89, at 8
p. jr., Margaret Caskey, widow of tho late
Samuel Caskey, in her oGth year.
Funeral services at the Central R, P. Church,
Sandusky street, Allegheny, on Wednesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
COHAQAN At the residence of his daugh
ter, Mrs. Ann Hixenbaugh. No. 79 Excelsior
street. Thirty-first ward, on Tuesday, February
o, issa, at o ociock r. ji., ujuis iouaqan, in
the 90th year of his ago.
Dearest father, thou hast left us,
And thy loss we deeply feel.
And it's God that has bereit us,
He can all our sorrows heal.
Funeral at 1p.m., Thursday. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend.
HAGGERTY On Monday, February 4, 1889,
Samuel, son of James J. and tho late Marga
ret Hapgcrty, in his 21th year.
Funeral from the residence of his parents,
No. S3 Gibbon street, on Wednesday after
noon at 2 p.m. Friends of the family are in
vited to attend.
New Yorlr. papers please copy. 2
PHILIPS Monday at noon, February 4,
of pneumonia, Urilda A, wife of Hugh
Funeral services from her late residence,
Glenfteld, Pa., on Wednesdaymornino at 11
o'clock. Interment private. 3
STADElt At Latrobc. on Tuesday, Feb
ruary 5, 1889, Mary E.. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs."F. J. Btader, aged 12 years and 3 months.
Funeral from tho residence of her parents
Friday morning, February 8, at 9:30. In
formant at St. Vincent's.
SHEPARD On Monday, February 4, 18S9,at
2 p. M., Alathien Shepard, aged 45 years.
Funeral from his late residence, 2301 Sarah
street, Sonthside, on Wednesday, at 2 p. m.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
WILCOX At Tryon City, N. C, February 5,
of apoplexy, Lemuel Wilcox, in his 74th
Notice of funeral hereafter.
(Successors to Meyer, Arnold & Co., LIm.,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1134 Penn avenue. Tel
ephone connection. mylO-h33-MWF
JAMES M. FULLERTON.
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Street.
Telephone 1153. oc18-wfsu
TTT" H. DEVORE &SON,
Undertakers and Embalmcrs and Ltvcry Stables,
No. 512 Grant street, near Fifth avenue.
At the old stand fine carriages for shopping or
parties or opera at the most reasonable prices.
Telephone 223. oc31-ds-W8a
-pEPRESEUTED IN PITTSBURC1 IN 1SCI
ASSETS . $9X171,69533.
Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-D
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND SMILAX
A. M. C JT. B. MURDOCH,
(-1 A SMITHFIELD ST.
01U Telephone 429. de6-f4-MWF
Including all the fancy varieties Carnations,
Lily of the Valley, Maidenhair Fern, etc
Prices always consistent with quality.
JOHN B. & A. MURDOCH,
Telephone 239. SOS SMITHFIELD ST.
j Have you seen the latest in BANGS.
Come and see the
Something entirely new. At MISS MARIE
LANDERS', Artiste, No. 25 Fifth avc.Hugus &
Hacke building, upstairs.
Take Spcrber's elevator. fe3-wsu
NOTICE OF REMOVAL!
About Feb. 1 We Will Remove to
37 FIFTH AVE.
(NORTH SIDE OF STREET).
On account of removal we will offer onr en
tire stock of Silver Plated Ware, Clocks,
Bronzes, Statuary, Onyx Top Tables. Brass Cab
inets, Piano Lamps and Choice Art Goods at a
Oreat Reduction in Price.
J3-Thls will be a rare opportunity to pur
Chase lino goods at a very low price.
WATTLES & SHEAFER,
54 FIFTH AVENUE.
With or Without Cushions.
For comfort, the best Chair
ever brought to this market.
P. C. Sclioeiieck,
711 LIBERTY ST.
AND BALANCE OF THE WEEK
We aro prepared to show the very newest
tbtng in Embroideries.
Tho novelty being the Tucked and Hem
stitched Edged Goods, in a variety of width
from Narrow Edgings to Full Skirt "Width
The prices are very moderate and they are of
a Gnisn and style calculated to please people of
Also a larger lino of tho regular styles of
Embroideries in "
Fine Narrow Baby Edging
As well as Wider Widths in sets to match,
from medium to skirt flouncing width. A
beautiful line of
Torchon and Medicis Edging,
Wide Lace Inserting,
Guipure Do Genese, Oriental Patent Point
French and German Vals., all widths and new
For Aprons, for Drapes, for Skirts, for Under
wear, in Plain Nainsooks, India Linen, Linen
Lawn, Persian Lawn, Soft Finish Cambric,
Mull, Barred and Striped Nainsook and Fancy
Muslins in a great variety of patterns, and at
Surprisingly Cow Prices.
Pay this department a visit.
Remember "Wednesday and balance of this
HORNE & WARD,
4:1 FIFTH AVENUE.
The finest Meat-Flavoring Stock.
FXTRACT OF jVlEAT.
USE IT FOR SOUFS,
Beof Tea, Sauces and Made Dishes.
Genuine only with fac-simile of
Justus von Liebig's
SIGNATURE IN BLUE INK
Bold by Storekeepers, Grocers and Druggists.
LIEBIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT CO., Lim
ited, London. jy31-oo6-TVS
YELLOW SIGNS. YELLOW TUBS.
Use "Peerless Brand"
FRESH RAW OYSTERS.
Selected andpacked with cleanliness andcare by
O. H. PEAESON & CO.,
t BALTIMORE, MD.
They are the Best Ask your Grocer for them.
STEAMERS AND EXCURSIONS.
TORD DEUTSCHER LLOYD
route to London and the Continent.
Exnres3 Steamer Mervlco twl a wool- (mm
New York to Southampton (London, Havre),
Ss.Saale Jan.30.60 A.M. I Ss. Fulda.Feb 9, 1 p.m.
Ss. Ems. .Feb. 2, 7 A. M. Ss.Lahn.Feb.13. 3P.M.
Ss. Trave Feb. 6, 10 A.M. Ss. Elbe.Feb.16.8 A. M.
First Cabin, Winter rates, from 75 upward.
M AX SCHAMBERG
& CO., Agents, Pitts-
OELRICHS &. CO., 2 Bowling Groen.
x ore uity.
United States Mail Steamers.
SAll. EVERY SATUBDAY
FROM NEW YORK TO GLASGOW.
Calling at Movllle (Londonderry).
Cabin passage to Glasgow, Liverpool or London
derry, 4S and S53. Excurilon, fJO and S10O,
,. ,.. Second-class, po. Steerage. 20.
Mediterranean Service. Steamships at regular
NEW YORK TO NAPLES DIRKCT.
Cabin Passage. f30 and flto. Third-class, 130. Drafts
on brcat Britain, Ireland or Italy, and letters of
credit at favorable rates.
Apply to HENDERSON KKOTHKKS, New
York, or J. J. McCOKMICK, Toarth anT Smith-
uctu, a am. avvxvcsis dvj. o omunneia si. I
nttsWg: WILLIAM BEilPLE, Jr., 165 iVedcnu
st., Allegheny. noS-ISS-ino1
"Forget-Me-Nots" for Ladies.
Gather your choice from what we off er you
Ladles' Muslin Hubiard Night
Gowns '00 C
Ladies' Muslin Skirts with em-
broidercd ruffle and tucks... 63o 37c
Ladies' Muslin Embroidered
Chemises 75c 37o
Ladles' Muslin Drawers with
embroidered ruffle and tucks 75o 37c
Ladies' Cambric Corset Covers,
squaro neck and trimmed
with fine Torchon Laces..... 75c 47o
Ladles' Beaver Newmarkets.. .812 00 $-5 7o
Ladies' Corsets, fairly well
made, but not a first-class
article 60c 31e
Ladies lino French Corsets,
embroidered busts 75c oOo
Ladies' Gray Embroidered
Corsets, recommended for
wear 100 7oc
Ladies' long-waisted Whlto
Corsets 125 75c
Ladies' 600-bone Corsets 2 00 1 25
Ladies' Whlto Ribbed Vests.. SOc 25c
Ladies' all-wool Scarlet Un
derwear 75o 35c
Latlies' White Saxony Wool
Underwear 125 75c
Ladies' Striped Camel's Hair
Underwear 2 00 OSc
Ladies' Plain Camel's Hair
Underwear 150 OSc
Ladies' Imported fawtss Ribbed
Vests..... 100 69c
Ladies Silk Ribbed Vesta 125 75c
Ladles' finest Casbmero Un
derwear. 2 50 150
Ladies' rcgular-mado Cotton
Hose, plain and fancy 15c 0c
Ladles fancy Cotton Hose,
now spring styles 25o 19c
Ladies' Black Silk plaited
Hose............. 75o 47c
Ladies' all-wool Hose 50c 37c
Ladies' lino Oxford Merino
Hose 63a 37e
Ladies' Cashmcro Gloves 3So 18c
Ladies' Kid-lined Gloves 2 50 125
Ladies' Astrachan Gloves,
Fowne's make 125 50c
Ladies' 4-button Kid Gloves,
embroidered backs 75o 46o
Ladies' Mosquetarie Kid
Gloves 150 75c
Ladies' Two-tone Kid Gloves, 2 00 1 50
Ladies' 4-button Undressed
Kid Gloves 100 7'c
Ladies' new Black Gimp, two
inches wide 50c 25c
Ladies' new Black Gimp, threo
inches wide 75c 44c
Ladies' new Galoons, embroi
dered with silver and gold... 125 83c
Ladies' all-Linen H. S. Hand
kerchiefs 18c 9c
Ladies' all-Linen Initial Hand
kerchiefs 15c 10c
Ladles' all-Linen colored bor
der Handkerchiefs 18c 12Kc
Ladies' fino Japanese Silk
Handkerchiefs 3So 21c
Ladies' Silk Initial Handker
chiefs 50c 29c
Ladies' colored Silk Hand
kerchiefs 75o 37c
Ladies' Mourning Handker
chiefs 25c 15o
Ladies' Crepe Lisse Ruching.. 20c 9c
Jjadles' Souffle Net Veils. 5c 1c
Fleishman & Co.'s
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506 and 508 Market st,
BOSTON NOVELTY STORE
406 and 408 "Wood St
A CARNIVAL FOR HOUSEKEEPERS.
READ THE LIST.
Acme Fry Fans, only 5c.
2-Quart Tin Pails, only 5e.
1-Quart Coffee Pot, only 5c.
Splash Mats, onlyJJc.
Root Scrnb Brushes, only 5c.
Egg Turners, only 5c.
Decorated Bone Dishes, only 10c.
White Granite Dinner Plates, only 6c.
Handle Tea Cups and Saucers, only 50c set.
"Wood "Water Pail, only 10c.
Galvanized Iron Tea Kettles, 7 in., C0c; 8 in.,
69c; 9 in., 81c.
Iron Spiders, 7 in., SOc; 8 in., 25c; 9 in., 30c.
Iron Dinner Pots and Kettles, 7 in., 41c; 8
in., SOc; 9 in., 69c.
Enameled Kettles, 25c to 69c.
Coffee Mills, 39, 50 and 69c.
Clothes Pins, lc doz.
1,000 Home Series Novel?, only 8c.
26-in. Gloria Silk Umbrellas, assorted
handles, $1 25.
TEN THOUSAND AETICLES
5 AND 10-CENT COUNTERS!
"Worth Double the Money.
Compare our prices with others. Wo are
lower than the lowest.
H. G. HAYDEN fit CO.
THE AMERICAN FIRE
Total Assets, January 1, 18S7 $2,301,858 68
EDWARDS &KENNEY, Ag'ts,
QO FOURTH AVE., Pittsburg, Fa.
Telephone 760. jal5-60--w
WM. StMPWS, I v 289.l WM,
Attractive Bargains in Seasonable Goods
Dress Goods Fifty pieces Tricots, solid colors and mixtures, to be cleared at i2jc. Special bargains in Tricots and Habit Cloth
at 25c and 31c. Very superior finished Cloth Suitings at 37jc. Colored Cashmeres and Henriettas, 46 inches wide, at 50c, down from
75a All our 75c fancy imported Dress Goods now 50c to clear. Broadcloths now 90c, were $1 25, finer qualities at $1 25 and $1 50.
New spring DressGoods open to-day, five cases, handsome qualities and new designs; first of the season, 25c to 37jc Come and see
the new goods opening daily.
Silks Grand bargains this week in black and colored Dress Silks. Special prices and large lines of Surahs, Peau de Soies, ArmureS,
Satin de Lyons, Gros Grains, Baratheas, Faille Francaisses etc
New Wash Goods. American and Scotch Ginghams. American and French Satines. White Goods, entirely new patterns. Cre
tonnes. Full lines Lawn Tennis Cloths at marvelously low prices.
New Muslin Underwear, Chemise and Drawers, Night Dresses, Skirts and Corset Covers, in a great variety of qualities, for Ladies,
Misses and Infants, at low prices.
Linen Department Special values in Table Linens from 20c up. Our 50c quality is well worth 65c. Turkey Red Tablings, 25c,
37jc and 50c. New Towels and Napkins.
Cloak Department 500 garments to be closed out The recently reduced prices will do it. Greatest bargains yet in Ladies' Cloth
Jackets, Raglans and Newmarkets. Seal Flush Jackets, Coats, Wraps and Modjeskas. Misses' Jackets and Coats. Children's Coats and
Gretchens. Large lines perfect-fitting Jerseys, black and colored, plain and braided. Closing out all our made-up Suits. Ladies' Suits
and Dresses, in all the desirable materials for the season, will be cleared at low prices. Blade and colored Cashmere and Henrietta
Suits. Black and colored Silk Suits. Plain and braided Cloth Suits. Misses' and Children's Suits. All of the best workmanship and
stylish garments. Examine prices.
Lace Curtains Our new spring importations now opening. New and exclusive designs and grand values. We have them from 50c
up, and call special attention to qualities and designs at $1 25 to $5 a pair. Turcoman and Chenille Curtains and Portieres at low price3.
Window Shades and Curtain Poles, all styles.
Samples sent when requested. Mail orders will have our prompt attention.
Bargains in Furs, Blankets, Flannels and Underwear to clear. '
are now our daily companions, and
they are working hard to have our
stores ready in due time for our
immense Spring Opening of Cloth
ing, Hats, Caps and Furnishing
Meanwhile we are offering Special
Values in Men's, Boys' and Chil
dren's SUITS, OVERCOATS, .
KNIT JACKETS, Etc,
This is a rare opportunity for
IX UUULl III
Clothiers ami Merchant Tailors,
161 FEDERAL ST., Allegheny.
RESTAURANTS AND HOTELS.
Rich Out Glass
At Reduced Prices.
D. TAYLOR & CO.,
817 Liberty street.
Note Ladies, bargains await you.
From this data on we will do all Fur Re
pairing, Refitting of Seal Garments, etc., at a
25 per cent reduction, m order to keep our
hands busy in our Fur Factory.
Remember, we are still offering the follow
ing Special Low Prices in our stock of new
seal garments, to close out the remainder; viz.:
Genuine Seal Jackets, 875.
Genuine Seal Wraps, 890.
Genuine Seal Sacque, 38 inches
441 WOOD STREET.
N. B. Garments sold on monthly payments.
3 SMITHFIELD STREET.
100 FEDERAL ST., ALLEGHENY.
Men's Furnishing Goods.
A full and complete line of E. & W. and
C. b U. brands Collars and Cuffs.
Neckwear Our Specialty,
SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Laundry Offices at
above location. Lace Curtains laundried equal
to new. " 8619-749-1'!'
167 and 169 FEDERAL
HOPPER BROS. & CO.,
TSIE3 XjO"W PEIOB US-A-IDIEIEIS
307 'WOOD STBEBT,
Have declared war. not against Samoa, but against HIGH PRICES, and we
propose to defeat them, cost what it may I In order to do so we
have made TERRIBLE CUTS in all departments.
OTTIR, PAELOB K003VL
Is overcrowded with Suits and Odd Pieces of Parlor Furniture, and it must ba
cleared out. Therefore, we have decided to offer, during the month of February,
these goods at a sacrifice, the customer having a choice of over 70 samples of coven
The most complete line in the city. We have a solid Walnut, marble top, 34x3a
bevel plate Bedroom Suit, that cannot be purchased elsewhere for anything near
like the price we are selling at only $50, on easy payments. A complete line of
Bedroom Suits extending from S20 up.
OAEPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS.
Just received, a complete stock ofnew spring designs in Carpets, which are
open and ready for inspection, togetrler with the finest line of Art Squares ever
offered in the city. Hundreds of patterns in Moquette and Smyrna Rugs, all sizes.
EPTHE DAVIS SEWING MACHINE, vertical feed, the finest in the world,
can only be purchased here. CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS.
HOPPER BEOS. & CO.,
THE ONLY COMPLETE HOUSEFURNISHEBS,
307 WOOD STREET, BET. THIRD AND FOURTH AYES.
DANZKEE & SHOENBEEG,
MORRIS H. DANZICER,
SELLING WITH A BIG LOSS
Cloaks, Wraps, Plush Coats,
Cloth Newmarkets and Jackets.
Our Cloak Room orowded all day long with Ladies who fully ap
preciate the matchless bargains we aro offering now. Our Dig effort
now is on
Ladies7. Muslin .'. Underwear,
Aprons, Corset Covers, etc.
Our fortunate purchase for ready cash, at our own prices, from an
overstocked manufacturer, will enable us to offer to our patrons the
very best value in either city. Ladies see our bargains in White Goods,
Torchon Laces, fine Embroidery, Table Linen, Towels, Lace Curtains,
Napkins, Raw Silk Table Covers.
Our bargain tables all over our big store will astonish you.
Take elevator to second floor for Glassware bargains and Apron
DANZICER & SHOENBERC
ios. 424446-48-50-52 Sixth Street. 538-540-542 Penn Ave,
Offers anything in his mam
moth stock at one-half its
value for 30 days, to reduce
stock and make room for
goods. Come, it will pay.
ICITPU 923 and 925
rXtlClUn, Penn Avenue.
ZCTean? ICsTi -n "tlx S'bx'eeti-
CSTOpen Every Saturday Till 10
Open Saturday "Until IO o'clock.