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doing a roaring trade wherever they could
find room to place their wares.
The rirer has been crowded throughout
the day with pleasure boats, gay in hun
dreds of tri-color streamers, and even the
dinner hour, generally a potent factor to
hasten Parisians on their way home, ap
pear to-day to haTe no effect on their joy
ous propensities. The vast Place de la
Concorde is packed and gigantic prepara
tions are being rushed forward to hold a
ballot unprecedented magnitude thereto
night or rather early to-morrow morning.
The celebrations this evening will doubt
less be the best part of the entire festivities.
The whole city is ablaze with light and
color, and crowds are afloat on the river,
the whole ofthe Seine is dotted with craft
of all descriptions, carrying myriads of
lights and discharging fireworks con
tinually. TSISIISa THE TOWS BED.
The sky is as red as though the entire city
were ablaze, and the whole-souled efforts of
the populace are gradually imparting the
same tint to the town.- Everywhere the
American Stars and Stripes share the honors
with the tri-color, though the English,
Russian and other flags are unseen. All
military bands near Paris are placed on
boats and sent up and down the river add
ing strains of harmony to the roar of can
nons and the cheers of the people.
The theaters are all free, and the public
freer, particularly in public squares. Any
thing to equal the dancing and larking in
the immense Place de la Concorde at a late
hour to-night can scarcely be imagined.
There are about 100,000 Americans in Paris,
and it is perhaps unnecessary to say that
they are in the movement.
there Are Exhibits From Every Clime, bat
the United States It the Only Country
Officially Represented An Epi
tome ofthe Lending- Feat
ures of the Display.
The Exposition of 1889 is unlike all its
predecessors in certain large respects. The
chief of these is its emphasis ot the inherent
conservatism of skilled labor, which has
pursued its liberal way all over the world,
and which seeks under the auspices of the
republic of France an opportunity for tak
ing note of its progress and of learning the
great lessons of new methods, new means
and more economic logic in a comparative
study of processes, means, appliances and
results, for the Exposition is a triumph of
industry over caste.
The United States is the only Govern
ment of importance which officially partici
pates in it. No diplomat, resident or
transitory, in Paris accompanies the Presi
dent of the Repnblis in the ceremony of
inauguration. The success of the under
taking in the face of international coldness
or antagonism is, therefore, a vindication of
democracy and labor. ,
Although the monarchical governments
have instructed their representatives to be
absent from the inauguration and have de
clined to make appropriations for repre
sentation by exhibits, the exhibits classified
nationally vastly exceed in scope and inter
est those of all preceding exhibitions.
FBOM UL BISECTIONS.
The countries represented by their skill
are, in addition to Funce and the United
States, Great Britain, Austria, Hungary,
Italv, Switzerland, Russia, Sweden, Den
mark, Norway, Holland, Belgium, Spain,
Portugal, Greece, Roumania, Servia,
Egypt, Persia, Mexico, Brazil, the Ar
gentine Republic, Bolivia, Chili, Nicara
gua, "Venezuela, Guatamala, Uruguay,
Paraguay, San Domingo, Salvador, Hayti,
China, Japan, East India, Siam, Morocco
f, and Australasia. The unrepresented coun
tries are Germany an absence as inevitable
as it is deplorable and conspicuous Turkey
So far as the present indications go the
American exhibit on the industrial side will
be most impressive in gold and silver smith
ing, iij glassware,- which has made a marked
sensation among the French and Austrian
glassmakers, and in machinery.
The palace, Tightly so named, devoted to
machinery, is a magnificent edifice in which
a world's congress might sit. Its architect
ural beauty and the splendor of its decora
tions also render it one of the great centers
EDISON TO THE FBONT.
The chief attraction in it is the Edison
display of motors, machines and apparatus.
An idea of the vastness of the Exposition
may De gainea irom the area it covers.
Although the exhibition buildings are
closely grouped, the total ground surface
exceeds 3,000.000 square ieet. The Champ
tie Mars alone covers over 103 acres.
The exhibition structures take in the
Champ de Mars, the Trocadero Palace Gar
dens, the Esplanade of the Invalides and
the quays of the Seine extending between
the Champ de Mars and the Invalides. The
buildings blend strength, suitability and
grace in their composition. The interior
architectural lines are notably free and
symmetrical, while their decorations surpass
in elegance of design and richness of tone
those of any structures ever put up for simi
The most accomplished artists have been
employed upon every part of the work, and
the color schemes, while high in key, are
rich and effective irithout being glaring.
Indeed the decorations of the interiors
would adorn the finest permanent public
edifices. Their variety is infinite in detail
and as diverse as human invention is likely
ever to be able to match, while the pervad
ing unity, both of symbolism and color,
maintained throughout their variations is
fastidious in its delicacy and propriety.
ONE INTERESTING FEATUBE.
One of the most interesting features ofthe
Exposition, which will require elncidation
hereafter, is the exhibit made by profit
sharing organizations. France will yet
place a statue of Lectair, the son of the
village shoemaker and father of profit-sharing
industry, among those of her heroes.
Upon the foundations he laid are being
erected many enduring temples in which
the problem of labor and capital is being
gradually and safely solved, and under
whose protecting roofs the workman is ac
quiring habits of frugality, temperance,
culture, thrilt and content.
The admissionto the Exposition grounds
is only 20 cents for all the departments, and
once in it is unnecessary to leave them until
the hour for closing at night There are
ample resources for feeding the multitudes
within the grounds at moderate prices, the
restaurants being under official control.
Most of the railroads give excursion rates.
The "Whitsuntide vacations in England
will precipitate a large portion ofthe inhab
itants of the British islands upon the Expo
sition, while the American steamers,
especially the speedy French line direct to
Havre, are loaded with cur fellow country
men and women. The American colony in
Paris is no longer a coterie, it is a town.
THE AET DEPARTMENT.
Strange Frocee'dlocs ot the Taskee Jury
Which 'Passed Upon tbe American Pict
uresArtists Who Were Obllxed to
Apply Elsewhere Facts Concern
Ins; tbe Great Tower.
The total number of entries in the Fine
Arts Department is 3,500. This department
will not be formally opened for several
weeks. The key to the chief impression it
will make may be found in the dictum of a
well-known critic that "the naked foot of a
man or woman, even thongh it be the foot
of a beggar, is more beautiful than any
shoe which may be made-to cover it."
That Michael Angelo held the same doc
trine is not to be denied, but it will haye to
be admitted that his application of the
canon differed somewhat from that of the
prevalent propaganda in France.
An episode occurred commingling the pa
thetic with the droll in the conduct of thelury
of American artists residing in Paris sitting J
upon works of art offered by Americans.
The versatile and erratic "Whistler, who sent
a letter expressing his secqnd-class thanks
to a Munich jury for a second-class medal,
decided to renationalize himself. His long
voluntary exile in Europe, and his offi
cial, if brief, career as the head of a society
of British artists awakened in the breasts of
Americans some resentment.
SURPBISED BY HIS PATRIOTISM.
The submission of his Exposition pict
ures to the American jury was a surprising
act of patriotism, which did not, however,
encounter reciprocal appreciation, and a
number of his pictures were rejected. In
intelligible wrath he withdrew them all and
submitted them with acclamation and ac
ceptance to the British jury, where he is
The Kossuth of American art, he sought
to revolutionize and emancipate the art of
his own land. He failed and went to exile,
and because he stayed away too long his
denationalization is decreed when he has
sought to return. Theconduct of the Ameri
can jury was not devoid of petulance, for it
is certain that "Whistler will be eagerly
claimed after his death as an American
artist of unquestionable renown.
The venerable sculptor Story for some
different reason, also fared ill at the hands
of the young Yankees, who cultivate the
muse upon little suppers in Parisian by
ways. In his case kindly intervention re-"
versed a decision which was alike unwar
ranted and ungracious. The Eiffel Tower
has been smiled at as the great folly ofthe
Exposition, but the giant manikin of iron
threads possesses a value apart from its os
tentatiousness. LIKE A GREAT SPIDER.
To the eve not infatuated with problems
of the oscillation of iron and the power of
wind it is not an entrancing vision. In the
daytime it is like a great spider reduced to
geometry. Its legs pinioned at intervals
and its anatomy drawn by a torture ma
chinery into diverging parallels. One
might mistake it at a great distance for an
elongated scaffold of an electric light, but
on a closer approach it is seen to be a daring
From its highest balcony there is visible
a beautiful panorama of 70 miles of hills,
rivers, lakes, towns and hamlets which no
painter can place on canvas, no poet tran
scribe in verse. The summit, at a total
height of nearly 1,000 feet, or nearly double
that of the "Washington Monument and
nearly 600 feet higher than St. Peter's in
Home, "will be utilized for scientific pur
poses, the public being permitted to ascend
only about two-thirds of the way in eleva
tors, which can provide transportation for
25,000 persons daily. The prices vary ac
cording to the height chosen.
There are stairways for those who prefer
the older mode of iscension, and restauraunts
and saloons will enable pleasure parties to
spend days in the air. The observatory
will be employed for experiments touching
spectroscopic and telluric rays for vegetable
chemistry, meteorology, atmospheric elec
tricity and optical telegraphy.
ALL K1TI0KS EEPEESEKTED.
The Diplomats Obey the Letter bat Not the
Spirit of Their Orders.
The surprise of the day was the presence
of all the diplomatic representatives now in
Paris. "While their Governments declined
to permit them officially to assist in the
opening of the Exposition, personal good
will and private curiosity have overcome the
prohibition, and they were all unofficially
present The letter of their instructions
has been kept, while, the spirit is broken.
It is a sight that can be seen nowhere but in
Paris. All except the Japanese, who have
adopted European garb plus an nnlimited
amount of gold lace, all knot and lapels,
are in the dress of their respective courts.
Only one foreign representative is in austere
black, unrelieved by any decoration. This
is Mr. BobertMcLane, the retiring Minister
of the "United States, who is greeted with
cordial warmth on every ride.
There pass near this place, on the benches
provided for the embassadors, orientals
with white teeth flashing from under their
curled brown mustaches, Hindoos in white
cloaks and capuchinis, Alricans with feath
ered circlets in their headgear,
the Chinese Minister with a long
suite of yellow attendants looking
like elegant grotesque figures, among whom
there is not a young man, and full-blooded
Moors, the contrast between whose swarthy
skins and silky white draperies of nuns'
veiling is occasionally releived by the rais
ing of a delicate, jeweled hand to direct an
opera glass upon the gallery overhead.
AN ELECTION ABAKD02JED.
Regulators Refuse to Allow Any Black
Voters to Cast Their Ballots.
tSFECIAL TELEGRAM TO TBX DISPATCH.
New Oeleahs, May 6. The municipal
election in Lafayette, the county seat of
Lafayette parish, in this State, was stopped
to-day by the Sheriff because a fair election
was impossible. The regulators met yester
day and gave notice of their inten
tion to prevent any negroes from
voting. The Governor declined to
act until the law was violated.
Early this morning several large bands of
regulators, well armed with "Winchester
rifles, rode to the Court House, where the
election" was to be held, surrounded it and
the public square and proclaimed, menac
ingly their intention to prevent any black
votes being cast. Sheriff Brouss then of
fered to escort the negroes who wished to
vote to the polls, and starfed with them, bnt
the moment he entered the square a rush
was made at the party with cries of "Shoot
him!" and "Kill him!"
Tne negroes fled, and the Sheriff entered
the Court House alone. The Commission
ers, Clerk of Court and the Sheriff decided
that it was impossible to hold an election,
that the force of regulators was too strong
for them, and accordingly closed the polls
and retired, after drawing up a statement
which was forwarded to the Governor.
COL. CHUECE EEMAINS UNMARRIED.
Judge Pago. Refases to Grant Him a New
ISriCIAL TTLEGBAK TO TTIE DISPATCH.
Columbus, O., May 6. Colonel Church's
motion for a new trial in his late divorce
case was overruled by Judge Pugh to-day.
The application was made on theaground
relative to the custody of thethildren.
A Bolted Door
May keep out tramps and burglars, but
not Asthma, Bronchitis, Colds, Coughs,
and Croup. The best protection against
these unwelcome Intruders is Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. "With a bottle of this
far-famed preparation at hand, Throat
and Lung Troubles may be checked and
serious Disease averted.
Thomas G. Edwards, M. D., Blanco,
Texas, certifies : " Of the many prepa
rations before the public for the cure of
colds, coughs, bronchitis, and kindred
diseases, there are none, within the
range of my experience and observation,
so reliable as Ayer's Cherry Pectoral."
John Meyer, Florence, "W. Va., says :
"J have used all your medicines, and
keep them constantly in my house. I
think Ayer's Cherry Pectoral saved my
life some years ago."
D. M. Bryant, M. D., Chicopee Palis,
Mass., writes : "Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has proved remarkably good In croup,
ordinary colds, and whooping cough,
and Is Invaluable as a family medicine.''
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Bold by all Druggist. Price l;lx bottles, i.
Andrew Carnegie. s a Crcmatlonlit.
NewToek, May' 6. Andrew Carnegie
was elected one ofthe members of the Board
of Directors ofthe United States Cremation
OlnrrlaBB IJeeniei Granted Yeiterdny.
C Solomon Bernstaen Pittsburg
1 Ida Wcisnsky Pittsburg
(Jacob A. CoTley .'....Pittsburg
J Anna M. Williams Pittsburg
J William Thlnnes .....Pittsburg
1 Maria K. Hoffman . Pittsburg
J Charles Hope....,...., Pittsburg '
(Anna i'oescm...T. niwonrg
(John Barrett Pittsburg
1 Hose Joyce Pittsburg
l Cassemer Ebner Pittsburg
Anna Wagner ,.... Plttsbnrg
( Bernard liuesker.... Janette, Westmoreland Co.
(Anna Blnleln Plttsbnrg
( Frank Grlnexvles Pittsburg
J Maria Ceslikowskl Pittsburg
(Jacob Schuler Pittsburg
Pauline Schlelch Pittsburg
J Nicholas Uucfrled. Sbalertownsblp
J Cecilia Dengler. BhJer township
(Thomas Kane Homestead
Nora Pole Pittsburg
(ThaddlusT. Farrier Reserve township
Louisa . Dettmar Allegheny
(John M. Himmon Allegheny
(Henry J. Ellerman Natrona
(Sadie J. Boss Natrona
( George Kamsner Allegheny
(Leo H.Lang Allegheny
( Catherine A. Hafiy Allegheny
J Christ Wlnterberger Pittsburg
Anna Catherine Bernt Plltsburr
(Daniel Brown Pittsburg
Mary Hart Pittsburg
( Frederick Eggler .JIcKeesport
(Jane Smith McKeesport
Tne Best That is) Made.
Use Marvin's rye bread, made by German
bakers, and equal to any made in conti
nental Europe. its
Summer Dlllllnery To-Day.
Spanish toques, English turbans, direc
toire hats. Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Those 810 Salts.
Ever since we began selling those men's
fine suits at $10 (worth $18) we have had a
steady rush at our stores. They are really
the biggest bargain ever offered, and it will
pay yon to come and see them. The mate
rials are cheviots, cassimeres, tweeds. Ban
uockburns, blarneys and corkscrews, all
sizes to fit anyone; cut and trimmed in the
latest styles of both cutaways and sacks, and
never intended to sell for less than $18.
Come and take yonr choice of over 6,000
suits at ten dollars ($10). P. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
Snmmer Millinery To-Day.
Spanish toques, English turbans, direct
oirehats. Jos. Hobne&Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Tbrovr Away the- Old Stnfl Gown
And put your child in a white suit. It is
more seasonable and comfortable. The
stock at The People's Store exceeds all you
can imagine for variety and economy.
Campbell & Sick.
For Tonr Luncheon. y
Do you want something delicious for your
lunch? Then get some ot Marvin's Royal
fruit biscuits. Grocers keep them. TTS
The Fasso Corset Only to be Und
In onr corset department, in the city.
Jos. HOENE& Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Beer, Ale and Malt Extracts for sale by
G. "W. Schmidt, 95 and 97 Fifth ave.
Summer Millinery To-Dny.
Spanish toques, English turbans, direo-
JOS. -HOBNE & CO.'S
DORAN On Monday. May 6, 1SS9, at 8 P. M,,
James Doean. aged 39 years.
Funeral from his late residence. Third street,
Beltzhoover borough, on Wednesday at 9 a.
x. Friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend.
HAOKETT At his residence, Harrison
street, between Forty-eighth and Forty-ninth
streets, on Sunday, May 5, 1SS9. at 7:15 P. ar
Michael Hackett, in the 63d year of bis
Funeral on "Wednesday xobxikq at 8:40
o'clock, to proceed to St. Mary's Catholic
Church, Forty-sixth street. Friends ot the
family are respectfully Invited to attend. 2
TOBIN On Monday, May 6, at 6:40 P. M.,
Willie, son of Ellen and the late William
Tobin, aged 3 years and7 months.
Funeral from the family resldence,Penn ave
nue, near Denniston avenue, Twenty-first
ward, this (Tuesday) afterxoox at 3 o'clock,
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
JAMES ARCHIBALD & BRO.,
XJVERY AND BALE STABLES,
117, 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below
Smithfleld st, next door to Central Hotel.
Carnages for funerals,S3. Carriagesforoperas,
narties. ic at the lowest rates. All new car.
riages. Telephone communication. myl-11-TTS
T EPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IK ISd
ASSETS . 39771,69633.
Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. U Fourth avenue, ia20-s2-D
WESTEB2T INSURANCE CO.
Assets 5118,601 87
NO. 411 WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIMICK, President
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President
fe22-26-TT3 WM. P. HERBERT, Secretary.
BLOOKEWS DUTCH COCOA
with boiling water or milk.
NO COOKING REQUIRED!
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillinps from $1 up. Amalgam, 50c;
Silver, 75c: white alloy, SL
DRS.MCCLAREN A WAUGAMAN. Dentists,
Corner Smithfleld and Fourth avenue.
OAKPET& AND CURTAINS Ve haye special bargains in these goods, which we wish yoa to see, knowing it will save von dollars if yon do so. Onr stocks are com
plete with some very marked bargains, running through Body Brussels Carpets, 75c, 85c, ?1 and 25. These are perfect models of beauty. The best Hue of Tapestry Brussels at
50c ever brought to this market; equal values in finer grades. New designs in 3-plies and Ingrains. Large lines Mattings for the warm weather. Hall and Stair Carpets. New
Bugs in various sizes. Mats of every kind. Carpet Squares. Oil Cloths, 4-4, 5-4, 6-4 and 8-4 wide, at low prices. "We pride ourselves on our Irace Curtain display nothing
like the values ever before shown in this market, 50c to $20 a pair; are our latest importation; extra good at $1, really made to sell at fl 50. See the styles and qualities of our
CI 25, 50, $2 and up to $5. Certainly ior genuine bargains these are unsurpassed. Turcoman and Chenille heavy Curtains and Portieres, $3 50 up. Silk and Oriental Curtains.
New Curtain Lace, 12Uc up. New Screens and heavy Curtain material by the yard. "Window Shades, spring fixtures complete, at 50c; plain Dado or Sideband. ShadfrCtoths,
alt colors. Curtain Poles and Trimmings in great variety at right prices. Our entire third floor devoted to these departments. Take elevator.
SLLKS AND DEESS GOODS Special offering of Black Dress Silks, from 50o up. Good Gros Grains. 65c. 75c and 87Uc. 24-inch, y $1 12U and 81 25. Pure Silk
and will not cut, very superior qualities, 81
fancy weaves, 87J4c and ?1. Colored Dress
Silks, 50c ana wic oatins, all colors, 25c up. Plushes and Velvets, 50o up, in every color. New dress fabrics opening daily at very close prices- .Elegant French fabrics,
plaids and stripes, 50c, all wool, rare novelties for combinations, up to 82 50 a yard. Better bargains than ever in the staple Cashmeres and Henriettas, all wool and silk warp,
from 35c to 81 25. New opening of plaids, stripes, mixtures and fancy weaves, 25c and 37c. Our Black Goods stock full up. A great many novelties, weaves all first-class
dyes; and our popular 46-inch wool Henriettas, 50c, 65o, up to fl 25. Cashmere, 45e up., Nun's Veilings, Drap d' Almas, Albatross, Serges, Grenadines, etc, honest goods at cash
HOUSEFUBNISHING GOODS Table Linens, 20c and 25o up:. Cream and Bleached, 31c and 37Jc up. Our 50o Damasks are really sold at 65c. Full 7-4 wide, 75c and
up, with Napkins tamatch at equally low figures. Colored Tablings, 20o and 25a up to 81. Special values in Towels, 8c, 10c. 12Jo aud up. "White Qailts, iull sizes, extra
weights, 75c, 90c, 81, and up to finest Marseilles. Colored Mitcheline'Qnilts at $1 50 are extra fine. Beady-made Bolsters and Pillows, Mattresses and Feathers at lowest prices.
Rogers' double and triple-plated Knives, Forks and Spoons. Steel Knives and Forks, with a great variety of kitchen utensils, at lowest price.
HATS AND BONNETS An immense stock for this, week in every conceivable shape. You cannot fail to find what you want or what is becoming. Ribbons, all colon,
for trimmings. Flowers of all kinds, "Wreathes, Roses, Sprays, Grasses, etc., everything right for trimming, at prices to please. Ready trimmed JHats and Bonnets added daily.
SPECIAL BARGAINS in Spring "Wraps of every kind. Cloth and Stockinette Jackets, Newmarkets, Beaded Capes.Jerseys, Silk and Cashmere "Wraps, Embroidered
Cashmere Capes, Silk and Stufi Suits, correct styles and low prices.
CLOTHS AND CASHMERES for Men and Boys' wear, newest spring styles. Spring Underwear for Men, Ladles and Children. Muslin Underwear for Ladies and
Misses. Parasols and Umbrellas. Latest things out Corsets and Bustles. r
fsySamples sent on request. Mail orders promptly executed.
Protect Yourself From the Rays i
OUR LINE OF PARASOLS
LONG HANDLED UMBRELLAS
SPECIAL VALUES in regular style
Silk Umbrellas. 24-in. Natural Stick
Helvetia Umbrellas as low as $1, and with
metal imitation silver bandies, as low as
$1 25 each. 26-in. Natural as low as $1 25,
and with metal handles as low as $1 25
La Tosca Long Handle Umbrellas, 24-in.,
as low as $3; 26 as low as $5. High
Novelties Natural Stick and Lonj All
Silver Handles from $4 up.
Plain colors in the fashionable shades
blue, brown, smoke, garnet. -
Long Handle Parasols, canopy tops. A
beautiful line of stripes, plaids and all the
newest shades in plain colors, as low as
$1 75 and up to $15.
Look at the Parasols with adjustable
handles, the kind that can be taken apart
and put in your trunk when you are travel
ing. A specially choice line of Mourning
Parasols and 24 and 26 Umbrellas, with
black wood, hard rubber imitation and real
ebony handles, as low as $1 75 each.
Black Lace Parasols from $9 to $27 50
Children's Parasols a large line.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH AVENUE.
Don't Take Babble!
Insist on Quality!
You can't by any possibility get
your money's worth out of poor
quality clothing! It's a bad invest
ment, and brings a disappointing
result! Short wear, short temper,
and a heavy drain on your pocket
book! There's a heap of difference be
tween ready-made clothing! Put
ours alongside; it will demonstrate
to you how it excels. It's made
with a single eye to long and satis
fying service; stylish as possible;
reliable beyond peradventure.
These are important items to you
if you need to keep your eyes sharp
about you, and make expenses tally
with small wages! We don't care
how high your wages, our goods are
economical for you.
Do you need a slateful of figures
to prove that reliable clothing pays?
.- & Brown,
Sixth street and Penn avenue.
T ADIES SHOULD INVESTIGATE
M Kelloi's French Tailor System
of dress cutting. The only system in America
that cats tne Worth bias dart, front, back,
sleeves and skirts, tritbout refitting. Lessons
not limited. Dresses cut and fitted. 641
PENN AVENUE. ap21
-HTANDFACTTJRERS AND MERCHANTS'
JJX INS. Co., 417 Wood street, PittsbnrR Pa.
Capital 7. $EO,000 00
Assets January 1,1889 883,745 80
Directors Cbas. W. Batchelor. President:
John W. Chaltant, Vice President: A. E. W.
Painter. Kobt. Lea, M. w. Watson, John Wil
son. Josenh Walton. Wm. G. Park. A. M.
Byers, Jas. J. Donnell, Geo. E. Painter, John
Thompson, Wm. T. Adair, Secretary; Jas.
Little, Assistant Secretary; August Amnion,
General Agent ja22-46-TTS
50 to S2 50 a yard. Black double-twilled Surahs, 62Kc, 73c; are special valncs. Baratheas,
Silks, 50o up. Special bargains. K6yals,
167 and 169 FEDERAL STREET,. ALLEO-HENT, PA.
dsfss. 4te jflrAslssssf
Illustrated Catalogue and Price List
Of Corsets will be mailed free of charge to
any address. Write for it.
Our Imported Corsets. '
Range from extra good value, embroidered
bust Corsets at 60c to gems of beautjrai
U 60. "We carry full lines of the following
well-known makes, viz:
The C. P. Corsets at $1 60, $1 IS, & 00,
52 50, 52 75. 53 00, 53 25, $i 50.
The L C. Corsets at ?1 60, ?3 25, $2 60, $3
and 53 88.
The P. D. Corsets at 51 75, $2 25, $2 60, ?3
and 13 50.
Her Majesty's Corsets at 52 75, 53, 53 25
53 75 and 54.
"Woven Corsets from 60o to $2 25, in long,
medium and short lengths.
Common Sense and Silvia Corsets.
Our Domestic Corsets
E. & G. Corsets at 75c, 51, 51 25, 51 69.
Ferris' Good Sense Corsets at 60c, 65c,
75c, 85c, ?1, $1 25, 51 75. ,
The S. U. Corsets at 7oc, 51.
Ball's Health Corsets at $1, 5125 and
52 50. -
Thomson's Glove Fitting Corsets at 75c,
51, 81 25, 51 50.
Madame Warren's Dress Form Corsets at
51 25, $2 50.
Dr. Warner's Corsets at 5 1, 51 25.
The Watch-Spring Corsets, 51 25.
Misses' Corsets, 44c, 60c, 76c.
Nursing Corsets, 51, 51 25, $1 35.
f Ventilating Corsets for Summer.
Madame Foy's Improved Corsets.
The Double Ve Waists at 50c and 75c
Children's Corded Waists, 38c.
Kabo Corsets (High Bust), 5L
CLIP THIS ADVERTISEMENT.
It will entitle you to a souvenir,
if presented to us when you make
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506 and 508 Market sL
MILLINEEY1 No charge for trimming
when materials are purchased here.
Ladies, Misses and Children.
Our assortment is very complete, our styles
all new. the finish and fit perfect Inspect this
large line, every grade and prices the lowest
We also manufacture to order anything In this
Parasols and Sun Umbrellas.
A beautlfnl new and stylish line; all the nov
elties, as well as staple lines. We lead in low
prices for superior (mods.
Maflis' Outfitting: Department,
Ready-made and to order.
ThlsMepartment conld not be more complete,
and styles, workmanship andfit are unexcelled.
Onr low priced for these excellent goods can
not be approached. An examination will con
vince. BARGAINS IN MiDEPAETMENTS.
Hosiery, Gloves. Underwear, Men's Furnish
ings, Handkerchiefs, Corsets, Notions, Trim
mings, Infants' Cabs and Bonnets, etc
Open till 9 P. M. Saturday.
JL G, CAMPlL & SONS,
710 PENN AVENUE. 710
Between Seventh and Eighth sts. ap23-Tnrsu
MLLE. E. DREYER.'
NO. &M PENN AVENtJE,
IMPORTER OF FRENCH MILUNERTt,
Trimmed Bonnets and round Hats.
Mourning a Specialty.
to Save Money.
at 90e. Plaid and Striped Surahs for combinations. 26-inch plain and fancy India
TUESDAY, May 7.
Our Lace Curtains never
get old on our hands. If
there's a house iu Allegheny
without lace curtains a month
henc& we will be surprised,
judging from the way lace
curiains are selling now.
New goods have arrived
every day during the season;
new goods are arriving every
day and plenty more are on
their way direct to us from
Nottingliam and the great
curtain factories ofthe world,
Come in any time and we will
entertain you with an exhibi
tion such as you will see' no
To the wiany beautiful
drapery materials we added
yesterday a line of imitation
Pongee Silks; can hardly dis
tinguish the difference without
touching. It only costs you
ikc. The" designs are all
choke and pretty. Remember,
In the Sil Department and
also tn Upholstery Depart
ment (second floor) you will
find any quantity of India
Silks, plain, striped and
figured from 30c up.
A mantel, unless it is specially artistic in it
self, is an eyesore wnen bare. Trimmed with a
beautiful Lambrequin or some pretty drapery
It becomes one of the ornaments of the room.
We haverit the Mantels in
stock, but we have beside the
draperies already alluded to,
a nice line of Lambrequins in
felt, plush, etc, either by the
yard or piece; 50c a yard up,
ana $1 a piece up.
A new lot of misses' Tennis
Suits to speak about they are
in flannel Blues and white,
with little and lots of trim
ming ages 12 to 16' years.
The trices from $3 so to
$6 0. The trimming is
made in fine silk stitching.
There's a beauty of a suit
for children in the new Chil
dren's Department a fine
Cloth Suit, Empire style,
trimmed with white surah
and accordion skirt.
Ages 6 to 12 years.
Prices , J9 50, 110, $11 and J12.
Another A fine Cashmere Suit in good
shades, handsomely trimmed in plain and
fancy Surah, smocked Xront and waist iTiicmed
Ages 6 to 13 years.
Prices 810 to 115. .
.New 65-inch Chantilly and Spanish Gnipuro
flouncing"), a large line from 32 50 up.
New lot Spanish Qolpnre. 42-lnches wide, at
$1 50; is worth S2 50.
New 48-Inch Black Tosca and Russian Net
will be marked to-day beginning at 1 going;
on up includes fancy figured stripes, polka
spots and small and large detached figures.
Attention can only be called to out 33c Dress
Goods Department, to which many additions
of excellent goods bare been made. When in
the store whether needing a dreaa or not, drop
back in rear of the upper stores and sea these
35c Dress Goods.
Those 15c Scotch Zephyr Ginghams and the
15 cent una India Casbmers Printing Satines
are also In the same part of the stores.
This is a great place for
115, 121 .
Federal Street, Allegheny.
Badzimirs, Merveilleaux, and other new
SOMEBODY IN PITTSBURG
HAS GOT TO HAVE THE REPUTATION
Being the Best Clothier; of selling clothes all Eeady--Made
that look like Made-to-Order without
being more than half as costly, 6f
. fitting almost as perfect as the swellest tailor
' made. We mean that somebody to be
Our point Trith you in. asking you to sea the beautiful and superb
stock of goods now being offered by us at our
Great May Sale of Men'sSuits
Is that the workmanship is tip to the material in every way.- Would you
be satisfied with poor cooking if the steak weje a tenderloin? Is qual
ity anything but an irritation if the workmanship be indifferent? We're
fastidious. But we're just as fastidious about the inside as about the
outside and you can pin your faith to every suit that leaves our store.
Is that fair? This is fairer. If our goods don't come up to your ex-'
pectations bring them back and here's your money. What w& sell we
guarantee the best for the price as good as can be had anywhere in
this country and lower in price than same character of goods can be
bought for from any other concern hereabouts. Now to tell, you of
what we offer at thte great sale.
MEN'S STYLISH SPRING SUITS!
Full Dress Suits.
We can fit all men
perfectly; "short and
fat," "tall and slim."
We are not only the fountain head for all the 'latest styles in Men's
Spring Clothing, but we surpass any house in this city when it comes
to variety, quality and low prices. Uur style is one secret of
our success. Without it we could no more command the
large "business we do than a bootblack could command
a nickel for a shine if he used stove polish.
We Guarantee to Save You from $2 to $10
on Every Suit.
There is nothing short of "par excellence" in the make-up and style
of our fine spring suits; they're made out of the very best materials
both foreign and domestic goods, which fashionably inclined men look
for. You'll not know them from
uurs win iook ana wear jusi as wen ana cost you one-'tmra to one-nair
less money. Why not investigate these claims of ours. It only means a
little trouble on your part and won't cost you a cent. On the other hand
a few minutes time devoted to looking into this matter may mean the
saying of as many dollars as minutes spent in investigating.
WE INCLUDE IN THIS- GREAT SALE
Boys' and Children's Clathing,
Boys are hard on clothes and it's policy to get them suits that'll
stand tough service; but even these will wear out so get them cheap as
well as good. We've got them as well as finer ones. Please read the
Child's Sailor Suits.
Boys' Short Jant
Long Pant Suits.
Parents if 11 refresh your eyes and gladden your hearts to gaze on our
lovely styles and patterns. We can fit your boy as well as save you
both trouble and money. We'll give your boys clothes they can
romp and rejoice in, prance, trot about and have a good
time generally without fear of disaster. The seams
wQnt rip, pockets won't burst, buttons won't con-
tinually te. out and come off. Give what we
say more than a passing thought, for when
it comes ,to giving extra quality and
extra, value there isn't a house in ' '
even with a
A PEERLESS STOCK
For Men, for Boys, for Children. .
UNCOMPETEABLY LOW PRICES
ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
We have them in
Imported Irish Tweeds
those made to-order by jourJailoj
We show truly a
grand assortment in
plain and fancy cass
and striped cloths,
blues, blacks and
browns, all - wool
cloths, braid trim
med solid colors
and mixtures. Every
one cut in the very
latest and'most fash
ionable style and in
the best of work-
can touch us,
OP SPRING- HATS-i
to 4UU Mutt street.
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