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THE PITTSBTJEG DISPATCH, JBIDAYt -1A.Y 10,' 188&
ONE HEGBO ALLOWED
Southern Episcopalians Admit a Sol
itary Colored Clergyman,
BDT PUT TBE LINE EIGHT THERE.
IheEesult is a Compromise Between Con
BOME SECEDEKS KEFUSE TO RETURN
ISTXCUXi TILIOBUC TO THI DISflTCH.1
Chaeixstost, S. C, May 9. The Epis
copal Diocesan Convention, In session at
Aiken, has finally settled the negro ques
tion. Alter the convention -was organized
Bishop Howe delivered his address, in -which
is the following reference to the negro ques
tion: "The questions which have rent us asun
der have no doubt tended to cool interest in
one another, and to impede diocesan work.
"Whether these questions can be settled so
that we can all work harmoniously together
once more and the parishes resume their ac
customed places remains to be seen. I am
not sanguine here, but Of one thing I am as
sured, however it may go out with us, and
however parishes may go out one by one
like sparks up the chimney on a winter's
night, I am sure that the church to which
we belong will, as a whole, in the future of
this country increase and be glorified. Our
constitution provides the qualification for
NOTHING JLBOUT COLOE.
"There is no word of color in that canon.
It simply says: 'An ordained Christian
minister, one in holy orders.' Now if yon
would have me add color to the definition
and say, for instance, a white man in holy
orders,' I answer thai I cannot do it because
you are substituting a local for an ecclesi
astical definition. You urge possibly the
opinion of gentlemen learned in the law,
and I answer that while I yield great re
spect to the reference in matters pertaining
to life and property and civil affairs,I must,
in ecclesiastical matters relating to church
canons and constitution!, follow my own
"X must use my own eyes and not an
other's. I say these things partly by way of
self-vindication, partly lor another reason.
In sell-vindication because I learn that
some thought that I ought for peace sake to
leave off from my list names of colored
clergymen who come up to canonical requi
sitions and constitutional requisitions. If
I could even think of such a thine I should
be unworthy of my position and of you who
invited me to it"
The bishop's party had a majority of the
convention. The lay delegates from the 13
seceding churches were present. The only
colored delegate at the convention was the
Rev. Pollard, known in this controversy as
the bone of contention.
THE SECEDEKS' PLEA.
Early in the proceedings the seceders pre
sented themselves in a body and read an ad
dress in which they announced their will
ingness to return to the convention, pro
vided there was to be an entire separation
of the races. Next was submitted an
amendment to the constitution defining the
qualifications of clerical delegates in such a
manner as to exclude negro clergymen who
may hereafter apply for admission, but in
effect admitting the Rev. Pollard, the bone
fight was made on this bv the anti-
Te'V party, but it was finally passed and
1890 Vw e.tirn.thi?D vnta Tfio nncliit nf
j le matter was that a majority of the
secedefc accepted the compromise and re
'Qrned m their allegiance to the convention.
About JJhalf a dozen marched on t of the
Jjonvenllbn, declaring they would not sit in
iW42ng as a negro occupied a seat.
There are four negro churches In the dio
cese, none ot whom have elected lay dele
gates to the convention for the past five or
six years. The Rev. Pollard is the only
colored clergyman whose name appears on
the bishop's roll. The plan for tne fnture
will be the organization of the colored
churches into a separate mission. Leading
Episcopalians seem to think the matter
Bettled and that they are at an end of the
Ob, Tea, of Conraet
Competing clothiers of this city will say
and do almost anything in order to stem the
grand tide of trade which unceasingly flows
to Gusky's, but their efforts are futile.
Now, if you are in want of a spring suit and
want one cheaply one in the latest style
and made of reliable goods, one certain to
please you in every way just you visit
Gusky's either to-day or to-morrow and get
one of the suits which are offered at $8, $10,
512 or SIS. A clear saving of from 52 to $5
"Wash Goods. The largest assortment o'f
wash fabrics we have ever shown; Anderson
and American zephyrs, French and Ameri
can sateens, Etoils du Nord, percales, etc
srwrsu Hugus & Hacke.
Thousand of Hsti,
All kinds, at bargain prices at The People's
Store. Campbell & Dice.
Removal of H. Holtzmun & Eons.
We hereby wish to inform our many
friends and the public in general of having
removed to HI Market st; are now fully
prepared in connection with our manufact
ish spring beds, hair mattresses, recovering
of furniture and decorative upholstery in
general. We are also offering the better
line of portieres and upholstery goods left
over from our auction sale at greatly re-,
duced prices. H. Holtzman & Sons,
1U Market st.
TAYLOR fc DEAN'S,
203 and 203 Market Street,
Is headquarters for adjustable window
screens, which will fit any window. Price
from 30c to 50c each. Also for fencing of
every description. EOD
Exenralans to Cincinnati.
The Pennsylvania lines will sell excursion
tickets to Cincinnati on May 13 and 14 at
rate of one fare for the round trip, for the
Encampment of Sons of Veterans, good for
return passage until May 20, 1889. MWT
Cabinets 99c a dozen at Aufrecht's
Elite Gallery, C16 Market street, Pittsburg,
for thirty days. Bring children.
Dr. F. H. Smith, Dentist,
ajPainless extraction, AH kinds of dental
worsTaVreasonable prices. C04 Penn ave.,
Pittsburg. Pa. Office hours, 9 to 5 r. M.
Help or We Perish.
This is what neglected teeth would say if
they could remonstrate with their owners; and
mark this, the teeth cannot perish or become
black or yellow if the Bozodont is used daily,
The Greatest on Record.
Guskv's will "to-morrow, in order to clear
out, offer 100 lisle spun-silk umbrellas
mounted with sterling silver handles goods
that sell regularly from $7 50 to ?9 at the
uniform price of $5 only.
B.000 yards batiste, 3,000 yards striped
chambra'v ginghams all halt values this
(Friday morning, 6)c.
Boogs & Buhl.
Bilkina umbrellas with gold too at 69
cents each. Only 500 of 'em to sell and you
should come early. Gtjsky's.
jgamviLB tne oest a jreria uei umar Clear
iiavana iter West Cirara. Three for 25c
. fcCUKIDZ-K !BaCT JfUUl ATCJ
AN ARDUOUS TABE AHEAD.
The Election! Committee of the Next Home
to Hits Its Haads FnlL
Washington, May 9. Mr. Mobley,
Clerk of the House Committee on Elections
of the Fiftieth Congress, is diligently at
work in arranging, printing and docketing
the papers received in the contested election
cases which will claim the attention of the
committee during the Fifty-first Congress.
These papers, together with exhibits in the
16 cases which have already been certified
to thn Clert of the Honse. are VWV volu-
I urinous, requiring no less than 259 packages
to contain them.
Of the 16 cases on file all but three, come
from the Southern States. Indiana
furnishes one that of Posey versus Par
rett; Connecticut presents one, that of Sey
mour versus Miles, and Maryland adds her
quota in the case of Mudd versus Compton.
Virginia and Mississippi each furnish
three cases, Virginia those of "Waddill
versus "Wise, Langston versus Tenable and
Bowman versus Buchan; and Mississippi
those of Chalmers versus Morgan, Hill
versus Catching and Kernaghan versus
Hooker. It is expected that the record of
these Staies will be tied by "West Virginia
but as yet the papers in but one case, that
of Atkinson versus Pendleton, from
the Pint District, have been received from
The cases of Thweatt versus Clark and
McDuffie versus Turpin are contributed bv
Alabama. South Carolina is content with
furnishing the caseot Miller versus Elliott
Tennessee furnishes the case of Eaton versus
Phelan; Arkansas that of Featherstone ver
sus Gates, and Florida that of Goodrich
versus Bullock. The papers in the Chalmers-Morgan
case have already been opened
and sent to the printing office, and those in
the case of Langston versus Venable will
be opened Saturday next. The papers are
formally opened in the presence of contest
ant and contestee, after due notice has been
given. The papers in the Waddill-Wise
case will be opened in a short time. They
are very bulky, and the contestants declare
they will require a volume of GOO printed
pages to contain the testimony taken.
Nothing is known of the course which the
committee will follow in dealing with the
Arkansas case of Clayton versus Breckin
ridge, Clayton having been assassinated
while the work of taking testimony was in
progress. No papers in the case have been
received by the Clerk of the House.
Altogether, the work of the Election Com
mittee of the next House promises to be very
arduous, and it will take diligence on the
part of the committee to dispose of all the
cases before the termination of the Con
gress. A POLE WAR.
The Llvelr Times en Liberty
Yesterday morning men employed by the
Pleasant Valley Street Railway Company
attempted to plant a telegraph pole at the
corner of Seventh street and .Liberty at E. H.
Meyers 6 Co.'s place of business. Messrs.
Meyers and Succop ordered a suspension of
operations, but the men replied that tcey at
present knew no law, except the command of
their employers. The firm, when protest
availed not, sent one of their heavy wagons to
occupy the place of the proposed excavation,
and told the men to get out or be run over,
The men got, but subsequently telephoned
the contractor, who came on the scene and or
dered the firm to vacate, or be vacated by
force. The firm called out 20 employes and
tola them to bold the fort, and they held It.
As might have been expected, the street was
soon crowded and the nervous feared a riot,
but Chief Bigelow and Superintendent Brown
were sent lor, and they wrestled with Mr.
Meyers, Under orders from Chief Brown, of
the Department of Public Safety, a
force of SO men cleared the ground,
but he refused to do more than preserve order.
The pole raisers gave over for the time being,
but shortly before noon resumed the offensive,
and the police were again summoned.
A parley was held, and the dispute was com
promised by the placing of the objectionable
pole alongside the telegraph pole at the corner,
some 10 feet from the place originally selected.
The poles are intended for the proposed elec
AN ENJOYABLE TEIP,
Pittsburg Newspaper Men Have a
Time on Lake Erie.
Representatives of the local morning and
evening papers were guests of the Detroit
and Cleveland Steam Navigation Company
yesterday and Wednesday. The occasion was
the initial trip of the company's magnificent
steamer City of Detroit. The Pittstrargers
were taken to Detroit, and yesterday morning,
along with Cleveland and Detroit newspaper
representatives, and a large number of prom
inent business men, left the latter city on the
The steamer is certainly the finest in the
passenger traffic on the lakes. For her first
effort she broke the record, making the dis
tance between the two cities in S hours and 42
minutes. The guests were well taken care of
by Messrs. Dunnevant, Clarke and Whitcomb,
agents of the company.
THE! HAD TO GO.
Six Colored Porters Have Been Discharged
nt the Itlononeahela House.
Six colored porters were discharged at the
Monongahela House yesterday and as many
white men put in their places, Mr. Anderson
brought a head porter from Philadelphia. The
colored bell boys will be retained, but the boot
blacks and some of the other colored helpers
about the hotel haa to walk the plank. White
men have been substituted.
The new proprietors are determined to run
the house on a metropolitan plan. Kitensive
improvements are being made, and when com-
Iileted the patrons of the old hotel will scarce
y recognize it in the transformation.
HENET TURNER EE-ELECTED.
He Was Not Opposed as Superintendent of
Atthe annual meeting of the Allegheny
County Workhouse directors yesterday after
noon Henry Warner was re-elected Superin
tendent, and no changes were made in the
W. A. Magee, who is one of the Board of
Managers, was mentioned early in the day in
the city as a probable successor of Mr. Warner
in the capacity of Superintendent. Mr. Magee
was spoken to regarding this, and he said: "I
wouldn't have it at a salary of $20,000 a year; I
am for Warner."
The Boss Millinery Department,
Full of bargains in hats, ribbons, materials,
etc., The People's Store.
Campbell & Dick;
Fbejtch Ceallis, 400 pieces from which
to select the largest and best-selected stock
in the city. Htjgus & Hacke.
For the Children.
Children's gauze and medium weight
underwear from 5c up to-morrow at Gusky's.
Another Great Bargain.
Gusky's will offer to-morrow genuine
English balbriggan shirts, long or short
sleeves, at 48c each only.
Extracting teeth 25c.
Dbs. If cClabeit & "Watjgamah-,
Cor. Smithfield and Fourth avenue.
Ask to See the Kew Daisy For
A novelty among the many new Jap fans
here. Jos. Hobne& Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Dabbs says this time of the year is the
best for making fine photographs.
Special Sale To-Blorrow
Of lightweight natural wool underwear, 49c
to $1 63 each to-morrow at Gusky's.
White goods of all kinds from8cto60o
a yard; best goods for the money, at Rosen
baum & Co.'s.
Beeb, Ale and Malt Extracts for sale by
G. "V7. Schmidt, 95 and 97 Fifth ave.
Parasols All the Newest
Long aad medium length handles $1 SO to
$40. W".W , - JoB- .HOB1TE & CO.'S' '
Hot fVeather Underwear, All Kinds,
For men, women and children. Change
with the weather and be comfortable.
Jos. Hqbne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
c Anton Scnw&rzBielr .............. ..Allegheny
i Catharine Kreutzer Allegheny-
(Patrick McNamara Goshen, N. Y.
I Annie Lynch l'lttsburg
I Michael Gideon Pittsburg
Maria Krln Pittsburg
John Welsklrcher McKeesport
lldaL. JIcBrlde Dravosuurg
( Isaac Cooper. Jr Pittsburg
ARgle Celery - Pittsburg
J Wm. f. Erb Allegheny
Jennie Catterall Allegheny
t Frederick Prute Allegheny
Sadie Bedexer Allegheny
J Charles Leonard Pittsburg
EI1 Barkett . ...Bedford;
J Theodore D. Cort- .............Braddock
Maggie Dunbar. Braddock
i Elmer E. Morrow. ......Pittsburg
JLura A. Kant Pittsburg
( John T. Salisbury. Lawrence county
3 Kitty Eankln Upper St. Clair township
J Wesley Etcher Sharpsburg
I Kate E. .Slacker........ Allegheny
August Ludwtg Pittsburg
Delia A. Gallagher. Pittsburg
Joseph Kberhart - McKeesport
IKebeccaJ. Leech McKeesport
(John B.Eck Pittsburg
I Fred J. KlrssUng Pittsburg
(Pranx S. McNutt Milwaukee. Wis.
1 Julia Cavanaugh Pittsburg
(David Conner Jefferson township
t Catherine Walters. Baldwin
ALBERT On Thursday, May 9, 1883, at 705
p. si Asms C, wife of F. Alpert, aged 75
years 5 months 9 days.
Funeral from her late residence. No. S7D2
Penn avenue, on Sunday afternoon at 2
o'clock. Requiem high mass at St. Augus
tine's Church on Satubday at 9 o'clock.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 3
CONBOY On Thursday afternoon at 4
o'clock, at the residence of bis parents. West
Carson street. Thirty-fourth, ward, South side,
Michael J. Cokboy, in the 29th. year of bis
Funeral on Sunday aitersook at 2
o'clock. Interment at Broadhead cemetery.
DAVIS On Thursday, May 9, 18S9,at6A. It,
David Davis, aged S3 years.
Funeral from his late residence, 910 Sec
ond avenue, near Copper Works, on SATtm
DAT afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
DTJNN-On Thursday, May 9, 1839, at 8:15 A,
Mm Habby Dum, in his 81st year.
Funeral service on Fbiday at 1 o'clock at
his late residence, 223 Franklin street, Alle
gheny. Interment at Baltimore, Md.
FAIRHTlRST On Thursday, May 9. 1889, at
7:20 P. M EDrrH, oldest daughter: of Joseph
and Ellen Falrhurst, aged7years.
Funeral services at the family residence, 415
Selna street. Nineteenth ward, on Saturday,
at 10 a. k. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend:
HOOTON On Thursday, May 9. at 1230
p. m., Edith Ray Hooton. youngest daughter
of Harry H. and Annie M. Hooton (nee Sutab),
aged 14 months.
Funeral services Satckday, May 11, at 2 r.
M. Interment private.
KERN On Wednesday, May 8, 1889, at 10
o'clock p. st, Maby Augbly, also, on Tburs
dar, at 3:50 A. jr., LORENS Lbo, twin children
of Lorenz and Genevieve Kenr, aged 11 months
and 24 days.
Funeral from the residence of their parents.
No. 4109 Penn avenue, on Fbiday, May 10. at
9 o'clock A. M., to proceed, to St Joseph's
Church, in Bloomfield. Fdnds of the family
are respectfully invited to attend.
LTrCHENTffALlsR On. Wednesday. May
8, 1889. at 920 P. M BESSIE R.LTTOHBH
thaler, only daughter of Samuel and Annie
Litchenthaler, aged 1 year, 5" months and 23
Funeral service at parent's residence, 4301
Main street. Sixteenth ward, on Friday apt
ERNOOlf at 2 o'clock,
LOY On Wednesday morning, May 8, 1889,
at 2.30 o'clock, after a. brief illness, John F.
Lot, in his 80th year.
Funeral services at the residence of his son-in-law,
John Davis, Ko. 256 Main street, on
Friday afternoon1, at 2 o'clock. Interment
MURDOCBT On Thursday, May 9, 1SS9, at
10-05 a. M., CAaba Bertha Murdoch, young
est daughter of James and Kate Murdoch, aged
16 months and 3 days.
The funeral will take place from, the resi
dence of the parents, 46 Cliff street, on SAtub
DAY, May 11, at 2:30 P.M. The friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
Brooklyn, N. Y., papers please copy. 7
PATTERSON-Af' Rankin, Fa., Thursday
morning at 430 o'clock, Jennie, wife of Robert
Patterson, aged 49 years.
Serncesat her late residence, Rankin station,
on Fbiday evening at 730 o'clock. Funeral
on Saturday from Union depot on arrival of
11 o'clock train. Interment at Ferrysvllle. 2
ROBERTS Wednesday morning. May 8, 1889,
at 7 o'clock, Jorcr M. Robeets, in his 49th
Funeral from his late residence, 702 Copeland
avenue, near Elmer, on Friday, May 10, at 2
p. at Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend. 2
TAYLOR On Thursday, the 9th instant, at
5 A. St., at Etna, Mrs. Eleanor TAYLOR, in
her 72d year.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
WERTENBACH-On Tuesday, May 7, 1889,
at 10 o'clock P. M., JohnWertenbach, aged
73 years and 4 months.
Funeral from his late residence. Market
street, McKeesport. on Fbiday, at 9 o'clock A.
K., to proceed to St. Mary's German Catholic
Church. Friends of the family are respectfully
Invited to attend.
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold' Co., Llm.,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1134 Penn avenue. Tele
phone connection. mylO-09-MWFSu
JAMES M. FULLERTON,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh, Sibket.
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND SMTLAX
A. M. & J. B. MUBDOCM,
Telephone 42SI de5-f4-jRVP
JOHN B. & A. MTJBDOOH,
Telephone 239. EOS Smtthfield St.
-p EPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN ISO.
ASSETS . J9jOTl,6?5S3.
Insurance Co. of North America,
Losses adjusted and paid oy WILT J AM L
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-D
BliOOKER'S DUTCJBT COCOA
with boillncr water or milk.
NO COOKING REQUIREDl
T ADIES SHOULD INVESTIGATE
Ime, KelloE's Erencli Tailor System
of dress cutting. The only system in America
that cuts the Worth bias dart, front, back,
sleeves and skirts, without refitting. Lessons
not limited. Dresses cut and fitted. 644
PENN AVENUE. ap21
THE OCEAN HOUSE
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J..
Nov open under old management.
t eSZl-MWir J. A. REHX
THE CHALFONTE. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
MOVED TO THE BEACH.
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED.
UNSURPASSED OCEAN VIEW.
Salt water bate in the home. Elevator.
aplGl-D E. ROBERTS &SONS.
S.EDFOBD MINERAL SPRINGS,
I BEDFORD. PENNA.
adlng mountain resort- Water uneqnaled.
Hotel newly famished. Toerge's Orchestra.
Opens June 8. Write fer clrcnlar.
ap7-87-P L. B. DOTY. Manager.
"WESSON 8PRING8, PENNA. MAIN
j line Pennsylvania Railroad, on. ton of
ALLEGHENY MQTJNTAINs! P
THE MOUNTAIN HOUSE
Will ones June 21 All tralaa step at Creates.
Foe abasias, etc.. address
WM.R. DUNHAM, Bopt.
sav7.2.BSia . Creaaoa. Oasahria. no 'Pl1.
at?.- "--. 7 -v-t
LOOK IN SHOW-WINDOW OF
And sea the largest display of watches ever
made in this city. We, make a specialty of.
watches and will give the best watch made, fox
the money. Every one wa sell Is guaranteed to
be strictly as represented and must be so or
money will barafunded. Whether you want
fine or cheap watch, call and see, us at our
37 FIFTH AVENUE.
LOOK FOR OUR BIG CLOCK ON SIDEi
BANKRUPT .:. SALE
Of the Dry Goods stock of J. R. ANDERSON,
at 133 Federal street, bringing
ot eager purchasers enjoying and sharing the
Get your share of these bargains from
T. M. LATIMER, -
138 Federat-St, Allegheny, Pa.
SPRING AND SUMMER
In Natural Wool, Gossamer and Gauze Merino,.
Lisle. Balbrigcan aad Bilk long- and short
Balbriggan Shirts- and Drawers at 60c, 75c,
$1, !1 25. SI 50 and J2 each.
Also FANCY STRIPED BALBRIGGAN
SHIRTS AND DRAWERb at SI and SI 25
Nainsook Shirts and Drawers-.
Meii'a French Lisle Half Hose,
Tan and slates, 35c; three pairs for 31.
MEN'S EXTRA FINE FRENCH LTRTiK
HALF HOSE, 50c to SI 75 per pair.
HEN'S ENGLISH HAND-MADE BAD
BRIG GAN HALF HOSE, extra fine and.
light weight, from fiOo to 51 75 per pair..
New F. C. and'F.P. K. Linen and Madras
Four-tn-Hand and Teck Scarfs,
A Large line of Men's Cheviot Negligee
Shlrts,,light stripes and checks, at S2 each.
Flannel and Silk Negligee Shirts
In White and Fancy Stripes, and Checks.
Scarfs to match Silk Shirts.
Night Shirts for Hot Weather.
Cambric, Nainsook, Balbriggan and light
We hare a. large line ot SILK WINDSOR
BUARFS for Flannel Shirts.
Open Saturday evenings till 9 o'clock.
HORNE & WARD,
v l t f c
Caps, 60c; Belts, GOc; Blazers, 3 60 and SI;
Knee Pants, $3 and S3 60; Lone Pants, S3; Silk
Sashes, 2 60; Flannel Shirts, from SI 50; Silk
Jersey Shirts, ti to V.
English Tennis and Lounging Suits.
Made of best quality English shrunk Flan
nels, in stnpeaand plaids. The groundwork is
white, with fine bine, brown or red stripes;
also check desiens.
Largest assortment of any house.
Oar own direct importation.
See oar complete English, outfits. Including
cap, blazer, shirt, pants and belt,, only tl0.
441 WOOD STREET,
Fire Doors from Fifth avenue.
N. B. Mall orders sent C, 0. 1. to allparta,
of thcUniteA States. mrS-iwv
PHOTOSRAFHER, SDCTSt STKISR
. A to, tow etfaa perteait. fi. eeetbes
before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets, at aad"
JfiOperdoeen.- PBOMPX DELIVERY,
ui-,MrWjraB . a.-- - ",.-.?. s' -.-
In the Easement Bargain
Annex Entrance just
inside our Fifth avenue
The enormous sale of Car
pets by us since April i has
left manv broken lines and
single pieces of Carpets in all
grades, which, although de
sirable in pattern and good in
quality, we will not duplicate
We have just put them into
our Basement Annex at large
reductions from our regular
18 to 20c.
Heavy Cot. Ingrains,
25 to 35c.
Extra Super Unions,
40 to 50c.
Extra Super Best,
55 to 65c.
Tap. Brus., lowest, 45c.
Body Brussels, - 85 c.
China Mattings, from
S3 50 per roll (40 yds.)
N. B. We have to-day
placed on sale at a discount of
30 Per cent from recent prices
alargelineof English Ingrain
Art Squares of our own im
portation. 0. McCLINTOCK
33 FIFTH AVENUE 33
Ladies, Misses and Children,
Oar assortment is very complete, our styles
all new. the finish and fit perfect. Inspect this
large line, erery grade and prices the lowest.
We also manufacture to order anything in this
Parasols and Sun Umbrellas.
A beautiful new and stylish line; all the nov
elties, as well as staple linoi We lead in low
prices for superior goods.
Infants' Mting Department,
Ready-made and to order.
This department could not be more complete,
and styles, workmanship and nt are unexcelled.
Our low prices for these excellent goods can
not be approached.- An examination will con
vince. BARGAINS IN AlTdEPARIMENTS.
Hosiery, Gloves. Underwear, Men's Furnish
ings, Handkerchiefs, Corsets, Notions, Trim
mings, Infants' Caps and Bonnets, etc.
Qnen till 9 p. M. Saturday.
L G, CAMPBELL & SOUS,
710 PENN AVENUE. 710
Between Seventh and Eighth sts. apZS-Tursu I
CARPETS AND CURTAINS "We have special bargains in these goods, which we wish you to nee, knowing Jt will save you dollars if you do so. Our stocks are eoas
plete with some very marked bargains, running-through Body Brussels Carpets, 75c, 85c, 51 and 51 25. Th.es e are perfect models of beauty. The best line of Tapestry Brussels at
COc ever brought to this market; equal values in finer grades. New designs in 3-plies and Ingrains, Larse lines Mattings for the warm weather. Hall and Stair Carpets. New
Engs in various sizes.. Mats of every kind. Carpet Squares. Oil Cloths, 4A, 5-4, 6-4 and 8-4 wide, at low prices. We pride ourselves on our Lace Curtain display nothing
like the values ever before shown in this market, 50c to $20 a pair; are our latest importation; extra good afc 51," really made to sell at 51 50. See the styles and qualities of our
51 25, gl 80, 52- and up to ?5. Certainly lor genuine bargains these are unsurpassed. Turcoman and Chenille heavy Curtains and Portieres, 53 60 up. Silk and Oriental Curtains.
New Curtain Lace,, 12Uo up. New Screens and heavy Curtain material by the yard. Window Shades, sprii iff .fixtures complete, at COc; plain Dado or Sideband. 8hade Cloths,
all colors. -Curtain Pofes and Trimmings in great variety at right prices. Our entire third floor devoted 1 .So- these.departments. -Tako elevator.
SIL5S .ANP DEESS. GOODS Special offering of Black Dress Silks, from 50c up. Good Gros Grains, 65c, 5o and 87Kc.
and will not cut, very superior qualities, 51 60 to 53 CO a yard. Black double-twilled Surahs, 62c, 75c: are special vnlaaa. Baratheas,
fancy weaves, 87 Wo and 51. Colored, Dress,
PUks, 50c and 62c. Satins, all colors, 25a
V'aius ana stripes, OUC, aiWOOl,, rare noveuies rocomuianiious, up losiouayaru. seller Dsrgauis man e 'u ' n nupis yuuuena uuu acaiinuu, jm nuui uuu mi. wsrp,
from 35n ta SI ?fi. NW nnenlnp of nlnida. strirjes. mixtures and fanav weaves. 25c and 37Vfe. Onr Black ftnjods stock full ud. Aereat manv novelties, weaves all first-claw ."
dyes; and our popular 46-inch wool Henriettas,,
HOTTSKPTTKN'TSHIN'R ROODS Table Linens. 20c and 23c no: Cream and Bleached. 31o and 371 -a u. OurCOc Damasks
UP. with Nankins to match at eaunllv. low
weights, 75c, QQc, 51, and. up to finest Marseilles. Colored Mitcheline Qnilts at 51 50 are extra fine. Beady-mad 'Bolsters and Pillows, .Mattresses and Feathers at lowest prisma; 'J
Kogers' double, and triple-plated Xnives, Forks and Spoons. Steel Knives and Forks, with a great variety of kitcb en.utensils, at.lowest prices. "1 '??'
HATS. ANT)-RONNETS An immense stock for this week in everv conceivable sharje. You cannot fall t o find what vou want or what is becoming. Eibbons. all oala.v m
for trimmings. Flowersof.all kinds, Wreathes,
fH?HdiL&M xyajLvtAUio in, opriug inajo vi ;Ycijr uuu. mow 004 owc&uimiu
vasnm ere. capes, duk ana oian onus, correal oiyica.ujimuw prices.
CLOTHS AND CASHMEEES foe Hen and Boys wear, newest spring styles. Spring Underwear for Ma. 1, Ladies aid -Children. Muslin Underwear for Ladles ai
Misses. Parasols and Umbrellas. Latest things out. Corsets and Bustles.
E-gtSamples sent on request. Mail orders promptly executed.
"WTTiT.T A TVT
You Can't Judge
THE VALUE OF
FROM THE LOOKS ONLY.
It Is something like human beings
in that respeot It requires long
acquaintance with men to know
them well; it requires long dealing
with your outfitter to learn
whether or not his statements as
weU as his goods can be relied
upon. Have you tried us? If not,
ask any of your friends that have.
Then come and look through our
complete assortment of -whatever
you may need in Clothing or Hats
for any size or age. "We are confi
dent you will save money if you
Mars, ClotMersai Hatters,
161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny.
Bob That's immense! Who's the victim,
CharlioT . . . , .
Charlie Yonr'e off this time. This Is one of
NIcoU's KO suits. He don't trust.
Bob come on.
Charlie It's a f actl I saw his advertisement
and thought I would try what he could do.
Th is the result.
Bob Say, meet me at noon; I want a salt,
guess I wiu try him.
The above conversation was overheard on a.
Fifth avenue car. It speaks lor itseii.
313 SMITHFIELD STBEET,
Opposite New Postofllce.
FOR. TEN DAYS'
Lamps, Cut Glass, Bronzes, Clocks,
Art Potteries and Household China,
Our entire stock at bargain prices for
ten days only.
THE J. P. SMITH
LampiGIass & China Co '
935 Penn Avenue.
Silks, 60a up. Special bargains. Boyals,
upr Plashes and velvets, 50o up, in every
50o,65c up to 51 25. Cashmere, 45o up.
figures. Colored. Tablincs- 20c and 25e up
Eoses Sprays Grasses, etc., everything
THAT V7E AEB THE
And it Is a well-known fact that we carry
the Largest Stock of TJntrimmed Hats, the
Largest Stock of Eibbons and the Largest
Stock of Flowers. That the prettiest
Trimmed Bonnets and Hats In town are to
be found in the handsomely appointed show
Styles the Latest,
Workmanship the Best and
Prices the Most Popular
CLOAKS AND WRAPS.
Ladles' Fancy Cloth Jackets, tailor made,
Peasant Garments, new shades. V 49.
Embroidered Cashmere Fichus at $1 4B.
Flannel Tennis Blouses, large assortment,
Fancy Figured China Silks at 42c a yard.
Black Gros Grain Dress Bilk at 74c a yard.
Black Faille Francaisse Silk at S9c a yard.
Colored Satin de Leon at 79c a yard.
24-Inch Persian Ch allies. 5c a yard.
Elegant Dress Satines, SJtC a yard.
Best quality Dress Ginghams, 7ca yard.
Black and Colored Henrietta Cloth,25oayd.
1,000 Pieces Silk Plushes, all new shades, 44c
Ladles' Muslin Aprons, best value in town, at
Infants' Embroidered Cashmere Short Coats
Infants Embroidered Cashmere (Cream)
Long Cloaks at 1 29.
Lace, Embroidered and Corded Caps, In ex
quisite and pretty designs, at 24c, 49c and Tic.
A large, varied and most extensive assort
ment of Tin, Wooden, Iron and Agate ware,
colored and plain Glassware and Crockery, to
which we direct special attention as being ex
ceptional bargains, and procurable only ot us.
All children accompanied by thelrparents
and visiting this department get a pretty
Japanese Kite free.
MORRIS H. DANZIGER.
SIXTH ST. AND PENN
Ai U I I tSTT A INSUBANCE CO..
Hj J. LN JSl. Hartford. Conn.
Assets. January I, 1SS7 VifiS&m 59
EDWAEDS k KENNEY, Agents,
5Q Fourth avenna-Plttsburz,
When Making Tour Purchases, and by Doing SO;
You Will Save Money.
... , .
This can only be done by purchasing of a good, reliable firm, and we have that
reputation. Having it, we are bound to keep ic Our prices are the lowest ana all l
our goods are recommended. &o it mil
NOW IS YOUR T3MB TO BUY,
As there is but very little time now left before the -busy season starts. Como now
and make your selections. By paying a small amount down, yon know that-we will
pack .the goods and store them for you without It costing you a cent Besides that,
you now have the choice of all the newest and best patterns and designs in the
house, and it Uull of them. Hurry, now, and get the attention paid jrou that can
not be given when we have become busy. '
Lovely JSew Farlor Suits.
Elegant New Bedroom Suits.
Everything new, from the highest to the lowest,. and don't forget that-anythiaa'
in our house, can be bought either for ,
CASH OR "VERY EASY PAYMENTS.
HOPPER BROS. & CO.,
307 WOOD STREET, BET.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE "MV HIGH
to Saw Money.
at 90c. Elaid a. id. Striped .Surahs for
color. New dress Stories opening daily at
Nun's Veilings, Drop d Almas, Albatross,
to 81. SDecial values in Towels. 8c. 10c. 12Kc and up. White Quilts, lull sizes.. extra'
right for trimming, at priif.e,to.pleae. rEeadytrimmedHaU and Bonnets added daUy."1
tiae&eu, .newmar&eis, a .cwn vjxso, ustscj
5,000 Popular Novels in paper at..
5,000 Popular Novels in paper at...
10.000 Cloth-bound miscellaneous
Books at.. 25e
1,500 "Webster's Handy Diction
aries, cloth-bound, at .' 10a
BOOKS JUST OUT.
The Pretty Sister of Jose, by Mrs.
Burnett, Celoth) ;.. 75a
Greifenstein. bv Karion Crawford.
(cloth) fl 18 -
Jtine needles, by Airs. -Elizabeth.
"Wetherell, (cloth) 1 00
Stolen Waters, (cloth) 98a
Aiterwhiles, by James Whitcomb
Eiley, (cloth) 1 18
The Beproach of Annesley, by ilax-
well Grey, (paper) 58a
Two Chiefs of Dunboy, by James
Froude, fnaper) 38a
Mademoiselle Solange, by Julliot,
(paper) ' i5o
Nikanor, by Henri Greville, (paper) 38a
Kiss Kate, by Kits, (paper) 254
The Wing of Azrael, by Mona Caird,
Are kept in stock constantly, and any book
wanted win be ordered on receipt ot price,
A fall line at moderate prices.
Writing Paper at I5c a PounrJ.
This is an extra good bargain.
Bibles, Prayer Books and Hymnals.
m W DEPARTMENT ST0EES,
504,506 and 508 Market st,
P. S. Watch for onr Eosebud Opening;
MLLE. E. DREYER.
IMPORTER OF FRENCH MILLINE&Y,
minincu xxroneus ana laouajuu.
Mourning a Specialty,
pay you well to deal with us.
New Carpets. Neiv Bugs.
Nexo Druggets. New Goedi; '
THIRD AND FOURTH AYES.
ARM" DAVIS SEWIM MACHM
Saturdays TJatll lO o'cloolc.
24-inch, 51, 51 12 and 51 25. Pure Silk
Eadzimirs, Mervellleaux, and other new
combinations. .26-Inch plain and fancy .India
very close prices. Elegant .French labnos,
Serges, Grenadines, etc., honest goods at cash J
nrereallv sold at 65c Full 7.4 wide. 76c and
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