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THE PITTSBTTCG 'DISPATOEk WEDNESpAY, MAT lHt 1889.
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Their JJhifef Makes a Eeport on Their
.. Actions in Oklahoma.
A GENERAL DENIAL OP TfiAUD
is 'Made, but a feir Deputies Secured Land
Claim3 in Advance.
IHE DEPABTHENT IS KOI SATISFIED
"Washixciton, May 14. Attorney Gen
eral Miller has receded a report from
United States Marshal Jones, of Kansas, in
regard to the condnct of himself aud depu
ties upon the opening of Oklahoma to set
tlement. He says that -he thought he ap
preciated the influx of population that
would follow the President's proclamation,
and that he knew that the people could
look to the civil authorities only for safety
and protection after April 22, when the
functions of the military authorities ceased,
and consequently he attempted, and he
thinks successfully, to organire a force ot
marshals at different points where it was
supposed there would he a concentration of
people, sufficient to preserve them from law
lessness aud bloodshed, which it was ex
pected would follow the opening of the
territory. Marshal Jones says:
I Ordered, from my old experienced deputies,
four to Guthrie CantalnBarnck. A. Soayne. J.
G. Sarcrens and H. S. Keys together with
three new appointees, to protect the homo
seeker against lawlessness from and alter that
critical moment (April 22).
BRADY FOB TEOUBLE.
There had been stationed two or thrc com
panies of United States troops to preserve, the
peace at that point up to that date, whose func
tions ceased at the Tery moment when the
greatest difficulties were likely to occur, and
when the thousands of homo seekers, business
men, (ramblers and whisky dealers who rushed
from the incoming train and private convey
ances until within 24 hours the entire face of
the country was dotted with homesteaders'
tents and two or three cities of from 1,000 to
13,000 Inhabitants born in one day proved to me
the necessity of a respectable number of
deputy marshals.
At Kingfisher I ordered John 'Walters, D. F.
"Wj-att, old deputies of experience, and a new
man, Ed F. Madden. At Darlington, Ft. Reno,
I made no chance, leaving Jack Stillwell in
charge, who had been local deputy there for
three years, and at Oklahoma City 1 ordered J.
H, Koonce, Asa Jones and Ewers White; I also
had at that point G. F. Thornton, who had re
sided there for over a year, and who was ap
Sointeda marshal six months ago. Koonce
ad been a deputy for over three years, and
Jones was appointed last January.
At the request of the officers commanding
the troops at Alfred for a marshal to capture
horse thieves, I appointed a couple of deputies
and sent them to that point They were old
experienced deputies from the Western district
of Texas. 1 also appointed, at the request of
an officer of tho Atchison.TToneka anQ Hanta
Fe Railroad, eight of their employes, most of
whom were conductors constantly passing
through the territory, in anticipation of law
lessness on the trains.
IK ADVASCE OP THE HOUE.
The full number of deputy marshals in Okla
homa, appointed by me, is 19, besides the eight
temporarily appointed at the request of the
railroad company. 1 believe that a few of my
deputies have attempted to file on as many
tracts of land in the territory, but I know
many of them have not, ana, while I instructed
them not to do so, when they saw themselves
surrounded by from 500 to 700 persons at Guth
rie and at least one-half that number at Okla
homa, waiting lor the honr of 12 to come, I do
WHY, BISHOP DIED.
A Cataleptic. Expert Thinks Blind Heading
Bnd Nothing to Do With It Moro
Like Epilepsy or Softening
of the Brain, In
Bii Opinion.
rSrrCTiX TELEGRAM TO TBI DISrATCIt.I
New- Yoek, May 14. Dr. Allen McLane
Hamilton, who has made a specialty of
catalepsy, epilepsy and similar diseases, and
who was almost the first physician in this
country to write upon the subject of their
nature and -treatment, was asked to-day
what he thought of the seeming relation be
tween .Bishop's mind-reading feat and his
death. He said:
"Whatever I say must he understood as
referring to the case as I have learned of it
through the newspapers. Speaking from
the symptoms as stated in the newspapers, I
have no hesitation in saying that I don't
believe the man died of catalepsv at all. In
catalepsy the patient becomes rigid and
motionless, wilh probably a slow pulse and
breathing, and remains so while the tit
lasts, which may be for hours, days, or even
weeks. There'is no violence. I suppose I
have never seen over 25 cases of it myself,
but I have never known of one that resulted
in death.
"To me the symptoms which are said to
have characterised "Bishop's case all point
to his death having resulted from symptom
atic epilepsy due to some brain disease, pos
sibly softening of the brain. I don't think
that there is any question that Bishop's
brain has been effected lor some time. I
have known him for several years, and have
been familiar with his condition and all his
actions indicated brain disease. This
would account for his erratic habits before
the personal eccentricities for which he has
been noted, as well as for the fits with which
he was afflicted, and which finally caused
his death.
"I do not believe that mind-reading, so
called, had anything to do with Bishop's
disease, and it is not right to make it appear
that it had. The idea that Bishop died a
martyr to the intense mental or .nervous
strain incident to reading other people's
minds will inevitably lead to an increase of
public faith in that sort of thing, and there
is too much faith curing, Christian science
and such humbugging already. Mind-
reading had nothing whatever to do with
Bishop's disease."
T1IH BOiiHNG'BRETiBEN
Are Read Out of' Church fay the Rcgnlar
Element, of the Conference
tBriCIAt.TELEOEAU TOTUS DtSPATCtLl
Yoek, PA, May 14. The Majority Con
vention of the United Brethren Church was
presided over by Bishop' Flicklnger, of
Africa, to-day. In regard to those who
withdrew from (he conference it was agreed
almost unanimously that "the aforesaid
persons are declared thereby as having ir
regularly withdrawn from this body and
the church, and are in view ot the facts
cited no longer ministers or members of the
Church of the United Brethren of .Christ."
Some of the seats made vacant by the bolt
ers were filled. The Committee on Superin
tendence reported favorably on licensing
women to preach alter having conformed to
the requirements imposed upon male appli
cants. A petition was received praying for
the appointment of a Committee on Church
"Union.
The Minority Convention of "Bolters"
held an interesting session in the Park
Opera House. They appointed working
committees, and were addressed by Rev. G.
"W. Storney, of Illinois, who in his remarks
said that rum and secret societies go to
gether. The "speaker was a fraternal dele
gate from the Wesleyan Methodist Confer
ence. This division is now without church
Eroperty, but in due season will no doubt
ave recourse to law to secure a share in
the property now held by the larger division
of the church.
NEW A6VERTi6fiMMtttt.
LOOK IN SHOW WINDOW OF
WATTLES. &SHEAFER'S
JEWELRY STOKE
Aha see the largest display of watches iter
made in this city. We make a specialty-of
watches and will give the best watch made for
the money. Every one we sell is guaranteed to
be Strlotly as represented and must be So -or
money will be refunded. Whether you want a
fine; ot cheap watch call and see us at our
NEW STORE,
37 FIFTH AVENUE.
LOOK FOR OUR BIG CLOCK ON SIDE
WALKi . , myS-ifffi-
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS..
EElARKABLE
NE.W ADVERTISEMENTS.
The Latest Sensation
Is our sale of men's fine suits at $10, which
has created the wildest excitement among
our competitors. Who ever sees 'em pro
nounces them the biggest bargain they ever
saw. To-day yon can call and take your
choice of 5,000 suits in cheviots, cassimeres,
corkscrews, French worsteds and Bannock
burns, lined with a silk-finished serge, at
the low price of $10. It's true these same
suits are sold at $18 by our competitors, but
when we quote bargains we give them.
Don't hesitate; come to-day and secure a
regular ?18 suit for $10 at the P. C. C. 0.,
corner Grant and Diamond streets, opposite
the new Court House.
or other por-
thelr
not wonder that some of them, deputies who
the interest of good order, took the fever and
were serving without pay and only there in
attempted to get a home. As to myself I never
anempiea io nomesieaa. a loot either in
Oklahoma or any other territory or State.
In a postscript Marshal Jones says:
The country is absolutely quiet in Oklahoma,
and I am astonished at the false reports of
bloodshed circulated by the papers. There has
not been a single person killed by violence in
that Territory since the 22d of April.
The report is dated May 9. It is under
stood that the Attorney General is not satis
fied with the report, and that he will call
fapon the marshal for a supplemental report
giving the name of each officer who filed a
claim and a description ot the land secured
by him, together with an account of the at
tending circumstances.
The Lntest Sensation
Is our sale of men's fine suits at $10, which
has created the wildest excitement among
our competitors. "Who ever sees 'em pro
nounces them the biggest bargain they ever
saw. To-day yon can call and take your
choice ot 5,000 suits in cheviots, cassimeres,
corkscrews, French worsteds and Bahnock
burns, lined with a silk-finished serge, at
the low price of $10. It's true these same
suits are sold at $18 by our competitors, but
when we quote bargains we give them.
Don't hesitate; come to-day and secure a
regular $18 suit for $10 at the P. C. O. 0.,
corner Grant and Diamond streets, opposite
the new Court House.
So Sorry I Didn't Come Here First
Was her remark when looking at our lace
curtains and the chenille curtains; "will be
wiser in the future."
Profit by her mistake.
Jos. Hobne & Co. 'a
Penn Avenue Stores.
Fresh Arrival.
Just received from Anheuser-Busch St.
Louis Brewery a large supply of their cele
brated Budweisser beer, in both quarts and
pints. For sale by G. W. Schmidt, 95 and
97 Fifth avenue, city.
THEIE OPENING NIGHT.
The
County Democracy Bare a Restive
Time at Their Dedication.
The members of the County Democracy
celebrated the opening of their new club
rooms in the'Mellon bank building last
sight Fully GOO persons were present
W. J. Brenn en, Esq., Chairman of the Demo'
cratie County Committee, made the opening
address. He reviewed the history of the or
ganization and complimented it on its adher
ence to the true principles of Democracy. '
The speech was followed by an invitation to
the Visitors to the festive board, which was
spread in the former meeting room of the
club.
Upon refreshing themselves after the dough
ty little chairman's remarks, the company re
turned to the main assembly room where they
-.... - .. -....-. , u.i..cu ljj uid a resi
dent of the Association. Dennis J. Boyle. The
following programme was then rendered:
Song, McCIellan Quartet; overture. Royal
Quadrille Band; specialties, Leon J. Long;
pong. "Marguerite," J. O. Poland; recitation,
William P. Clinton; song "The Warrior Bold,"
George Williams; recitation, James Callaghan;
song. "Let Me like a Soldier Fall," H. L.
Aland: piano recitation, William Schmidt;
eong, Lewis Quartet; song, "Sou Will Re
member Me," V. B. Meldon; recitation, Charles
V. Lewis.
The old quarters of the club were too small
for the large and growing membership, so that
it became necessary to secure the large room
in the rear of the second floor. This has been
nanosomeiy papered, carpeted and furnished.
The old meeting room will be nsed as a smok
ing and committee room, and will be supplied
with a sideboard and refreshments for the use
of members.
Black Silk Trade Larger Than Ever.
The values are great in surah and plain
Indias especially, and other summer wear
black silks. Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Persons wishing crayon
traits cannot ao better, than giving
orders to B. L. H. Dabbs. 602 Liberty st
He has had an immense experience, and
shows the best Of judgment all through.
His pictures will be treasured when, others
will be put out of sight.
Imported Street and Home Drciiec,
About one dozen, to be sold at a great re
duction. Ko duplicates. See them in our
ladies' suit department.
Jos. Hoenb & Co. 'a
Penn Avenue Stores.
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
T?me. Eesldenes.
Daniel O'Brien Allegheny
JMaryVasey Allegheny
t Hairy D. Summers Allegheny
J Hattfe E. Watt WUklnsburg
Phillip Flchter Allegheny
I Josephine t,nlk Allegheny
I Burton K. Little , Pittsburg
lEflleE. Moore Httsbnrg
J Robert Thornton.'. Fayette township
i Hannah McGrogan Fayette township
(Bernard Wagener..., ,,, Pittsburg
J Llllie Werner , ...Pittsburg
(Charles K. lie-molds j pittshnri?
(Louisa H. Ountz ; Pittsburg
( Henry Connell Braddock
BoseOuInn . Pittsburg
(James A. McConnell Pittsburg
2luiu3 r.. juiuer....
THE SHERIFF'S WORK
Opens up the grandest chance for bargains at
this
BANKRUPT .:. SALE
Of the stock of J. R. ANDERSON, at 138
Federal street, Allegheny, Pa.
Dry Goods
-.' -AUD-
Lace Curtains,
Hosiery, Underwear and Curtain Poles,
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Linoleums
-Ksca-
Carpetings.
The grandest bargains seen in tms neighbor
hood. , ,
T. M.
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138 Federal St, Allegheny, Pa.
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Pittsburg
Agnsta E. iioerner..... Pittsburg
( Charles F. Eeebler Chicago
A obeat country is ours indeed,
Freemen we are, and have no need,
For Eeror, King or Pope; ' "
But one thing still we're bound to have,
So that our lreedom may be safe,
And that's; Dbexdoppel Soap.
To be continned next Saturdav.
.tennsylvania rye w
brands, seven years old, by the quart, gal
lon or barrel, at Max Kfein's, 82 Federal
st,, Allegheny, Pa., at rock bottom prices.
Thousands Moro Yards Satino and
Ginghnm
Bargains in stock.' All the buyers in the
two cities will find this the best place to
come. Large stock.
Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
A JAHITOK'S BAD MEMORY.
It
Causes Disappointment to a Proposed
Prohibition Meeting.
A prohibition meeting of the TV. C. T. TJ.
was to li3ve taken place in the First Pres
byterian Church, on Wood street, last
nirht; but when Mrs. J. EUen Foster, who was
to have addressed the meeting, arrived at the
church, she found the gates locked.
An investigation Into the cause of the matter
developed the fact that tho janitor of the
church had forgotten all about the meeting. In
consequence everybody had to go home.
AK0THER LOCAL PL00D.
A Bank Cares Jn, Slopping Up a Little Han
and a Sewer.
A large bank at the head of Soho street
caved in yesterday and stopped up the
creek which runs from Mlnersville. The Street
Commissioner hes set a large force of men to
work clearing the ground away, because, the
water In the creek is 30 feet deep and rapidly
rising, threatening to damage some of the
houses. Dynamite is to be used to-day.
Sir. DilworthV Fnilnrp.
The suspension ofDeWitt Dilworth from the
Petroleum Ezohasge for .non-fulfillment of
contracts has been bulletined in the' Oil Ex
change. Mr. Dilworth became embarrassed
sometime ago. Air. Dilworth denies that A. B.
, Davitt is In any way connected with bis finan
cial embarrassment. Mr. Davttt was cashier
of the Keystone Bank, but resigned that posi
tion on May 7, voluntarily, to engage in oil pro
ducing. At present be is lying in a dangerous
condition from pneumonia at his brother's
.residence, in the East End.
-
Tho Preibyterinn General Meeting.
VRev. John Eox, pastor of the North Presby
terian Church, Allegheny City; Rev. George T.
PUrTiev pastor of tho First Presbyterian
Cbarcb, this city, and Rev. Dr. Allison left last
evf Dinsfar New York -to attend the General
Assembly of the chuieb, to be held In Dr.
Howard Crosby's church, on Fourth avenue,
that Jity. '
Crit Will a ItnZor.
Felonious cutting and assault and battery
were iie charges preferred against Thomas
Smith intt. William Brennan, last night, before
Alderman porter, xne prosecutor is tiugli
Lyons, whptalleges that he "as cut with a razor
last Saturday! night, -on Tortieth street. If
every min.wlvo cuts with a razor should be -arrested,
wjatjrpuld'ljecome of, our barbersr
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Black Oashmebe Our lines of 45-inch
wide cashmeres at 50c, 65c, 7Cc, 85c and 51
are positively the best value ever offered in
this city. Hugus & Hackb.
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Bewildering.
This word is the only one which will ex
press the variety of patterns and colorings
to be lound at the wall paper store of John
S. Boberts, 414 Wood st, Pittsburg.
Amalgam fillings, 60c up.
Dps. McClaeej? & Watgamax, .
WTSu Cor. Smithfield and Fourth avenue.
Peikted India Silks At 69c, i'5c, l
and 125a yard. Large assortment, choice
patterns, newest colorings and extra good
values. Hugus &Hacke,
irwrsa
Hex's balbriggan underwear at James
H. Aiken &Co.'s, 1U0 Filth ave.
In the Spring
pearly everybody needsa good medicine. The
impurities which have accumulated In the
blood during the cold months, must be expelled
or when the mild days come, and the effect of
bracing air is lost, the body is liable to be over
come by debility or some serious disease. Tho
remarkable success achieved by Hood's Sarsa
parilla, and the many words of praise it has re
ceived, make it worthy your confidence. We
ask you to give this medicine a U"aL We are
sure it will do you good. '
"We have used Hood's Sarsap ."Ma for sev
eral years, and feel proud to rect mend it as
an excellent spring medicine or to be used at all
times as a blood purifier. For children as w.ell
as grown people we consider It the best. We
set aside one bottle for our boy to tako in the
spring. He is nine years old and has enjoyed
good health ever since we began giving it to
him. We are seldom without it" B. F.
G ROVER, Rochester. N. H.
N. B. If you have made up your mind' to get
Hood's Sarsaparilla do pot take any other.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
Sold by all druggists, tljslxfor to. Preparedonly
by C L HOOD fc CO., Lowell, Mass.
'' 100 Doses One Dollar
DIED.
ANDERSON On Tuesday, May 14, 1S89,
Makt Jane McBbtoe (Mat), daughter, of
James and Annie Anderson, aged 12 years.
Funeral services at the residence of her pa
rents, Hazelwood avenue, on TntraSDAT, Hay
16, at 1:30 p. sr. Interment private. 2
BOYER On Tuesday morning. May 14, at
9:30 o'clock, Adam Botes, aged 25 years, 8
months and 9 days.
Best in Peace.
Fnneral from his father's residence, 172 Mc
Clure avenue, Allegheny, on Thursday
afternoon at 220. Friends of the family aro
respectfully inTited to attend. - . 2
DEFLEY At Idlewood, on Monday. May 13.
1SS9, at 11:15 a.-jr., Bridget, daughter of John
and Margaret Defley, in the 25th year of her
age.
Interment at Craf ton, Pa., on Weditesdat,
May 15. at 10 A. m. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend. 2
FLANNERY On Tuesday, May 14,1889, at
1a. m., Ratmond, youngest son of James J
and Hattie E. Flannery, aged 2 years, 7 months
and 2 days.
Funeral from the family residence, 611 Grant
stfe ,t on Thursday af 230 p. it.
MELDRUM On Monday. May 13, 18S9, at 6
o'clock a.m., Emma Meldrujt, aged 21.
Funeral from her late residence, 117 Forty
third street, on Wednesday, May 15, at 2
o'clock -P. M. Friends of the family-are re
spectfully invited to attend. 2
McGINESS At Sewickley on Tuesday, May
14. 18S9. at 8:10 P. M.. Frances Emma, vnnno-ost
uaucuter ui tv.ri.ana ,&mma u. MCUlneSS,
aged 10 years 3 months 16 days.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
ROBINSON-On Tuesday, May 14, 1SS9, at 9
p. h., Andrew Robinson, late of Company
B, One Hundred and Twenty-third Pennsylva
nia Volunteers, aged 67 years.
Funeral from his late residence,Grazer street,
Brushton, on Thursday at 2 p. m. Friends of
the family are respectfullylnvitedto attend. 2
SPEAKER On Tuesday morning, May 14,
1SM, at 525 o'clock, S. H. Speaker, at his resi
dence, 2STustin street
Fnneral will take place THURSDAY, May 16.
Services at Zion's Evangelical Church, High
street, between Wylie and Webster avenues,
at 2 p. M. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend.
WIBLE-On Sunday, May 12, at H30 P. JL.
Mrs. CHARLOTTE WXBLE.
Funeral will take place from her lata resi
dence, Shaler township, on Wednesday, May
15, at 10 o'clock A. H. 2
WELLER At her residence, 69 Klrkpatrlck
avenue, Allegheny, on Monday, May 13, 18S9, at
8:15 p. jr., Catherine Heck, wife of Jacob
Weller, aged 69 years.
Fnneral on Wednesday, May 15, at 2 o'clock
p.m. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend.
lliiimf
i ifSJlffff
At $u
mJ,i''4Jiljff
At. $3 5
feet on order.
warranted to hold.
any two of the cheaper patterns.
SPLINT
PORCH
ROCKER.
The best
ever brought
to this mar
ket for $i.
Maple frarr.e,
splint seat
and varnish
finish.
This Lawn
Settee, Vermil
lion or light
finish. In
lengths, 4, 5 and
6 feet. 8 and io
Bent and bolted,
Will outwear
At ft.
, BEDFORD
ROCKERS,
The original
from Bedford,.
Pa. Made of
hickory and oak,
bent. Warrant
ed to last. For
comfort none
are equal.
Bargains,
In the Basement. JBafgain
Annex Entrance just
inside our Fifth avenue
doors.
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
again.
We have just put them into
our Basement Annex at large
reductions from "our regular
prices, to-wit:
Cotton Ingrains,
18 'to 20c.
Heavy Cot. Ingrains,
' 25 to 35o.
Extra Super Unions,
40 to 50c.
Extra Super Best,
55 to 65c.
Tap. Brus., lowest, 45c.
Body Brussels, - 85c.
f China Mattings, from
$3 50 per roll (40 yds.)
up.
N. B: We have to-day
placed on sale at a discount of
30 Per cent from recent prices;
a largeline of English Ingrain
Art Squares of our own importation.
HEW APVEKTISEXEST9.
Ball's stylo B Corsets.at.81.
Ball'B style A Corsets at $1 25.
Ball's Kabo Corsets, No. 103, at 8L
Ball's Kabo Corsets, No. 101 B, at
8125.
Ball's Kabo Black Satin at! 82 50.
Ball's Misses' Corsets at 75a
Ball's Nursing Corsets at 81.
Ball's Kabo High Bust Corsets at
QL
STONE'S LADIES' WAISTS.
Aft ASSURED
SUCCESS,
Although it is only- since taking'
an additional store that we nave
put in a line of HATS, we now see
it is an assured success. The sup-'
port given us in this department is
gratifying and we are pleased to
acknowledge it We have been
selling so many Hats and so easily
that it proves OUB STYLES ARE
CORRECT, OTJR PRICES LOW,
and OUR ASSORTMENT COM
PLETE. We intend to establish
the same good reputation for our
HATS as we have earned for our
CLOTHING. By the way, if you
are needing anything in Summer
Suits, don't delay making your
purohases.
NIW ADVERTISBMEXTS.
A POSITIVE AND INDISPUTABLE
DRESS GOODS BJiRGMI!!
Our Silk and Dress Goods buyer has j
turned, alter ten days wjourd in the greM
metropolis, and on Monday we shaU eo
mence our great sale of - '4
SILKS, DRESS GOODS. WASH
FABRICS, JACKETS and WRAf'
Purchased ot the great auction sala'c
TOWNSEND & MONTANT on May S
1889. This ereat sale of nnhejirA-at bai
gains will eontinne all next week,bnt early
callers will secure the cream of thepurchasefl
Challis
at 5c
PRICE, $1 S6.
Sizes 18 to 30 only. White and
drab. With our New Patent Loop
Lacer, Button Attachment and
Button Hole. The handsomest and
best in the market; no metal what
ever is used in its construction.
These Corsets are sold with the
guarantee that if not satisfactory
to the wearer they may be re
turned at any time within three
we"eks and money refunded, even
if so soiled as to be unsalable.
CLIP THIS ADVERTISEMENT.
It will entitle you to a souvenir,
if presented to us when you make
your purchase.
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Taflors, Holers and. Hatters,
161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny.
O"HHfrfrc0fro
O.McCLIITOCK
& CO.,
33 FIFTH AVENUE 33
my8
Fleishman & Go's.
SEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506 and 508 Market st,
PITTSBURG, PA
DISPATCH.
mjl5-D
ANTHONY MEYER,
(Snccessor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Lim.,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB. -Office
and residence, 1131 Penn avenne. Tele
pbone connection. mylO-09-MWFSu
JAMES M. FULLERTON,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB,
No. 6 Seyejjth Btbeet.
P. G. Schoeneck,
7niJBERTY ST.
N. B, Headquarters for all things
new in summer furniture,
lnyl2.TOu
SUMMER
MILLINERY OPENING
Telephone 1153.
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WHEN YOU ORDER,
AP0LLINARI8
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
Attempts are frequently made to
palm off inferior Waters bearing
labels closely resembling the genuine
Atollinaris labels.
Bottles bearing the genuine Afolli
naris labels are frequently filed
with a spurious article.
LOOK AT THE CORK,
which, if genuine, is branded with
the name of the Apollinaris Com
Pany, limited, and the words uApoU
. UnarisBritnncn "aroupdan anchor.
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Undertakers anil EmbMineri nd UrerV SteMet
. . J?o;! a.nlil street' near WU avenneT
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FLORAL EMBLEMS.
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND BMILAX
A. M. & J. JB. MURDOCH,
Ki r BMITHFIELD ST.
Q1U Telephone 4291 deMfsnTO'
FLOWERS.
BEDDING-OUT
CHOICE FRESH
HARDY
EOSES AND
PLANTa
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY,
MAY 16 AND 17,
Real Frehch Trimmed
ts
All the Summer Novelties
in Garden Sup Hats, Turbans,
Toques, English Walking and
Sailor Hats. The most beauti
ful assortmento! Flowers ever
shown in Pittsburg.
.Mourning Millinery a, Specialty.
Bonnets and Veils Mafle on S&ort Notice.
READ THIS CARD.
IP YOU "WANT
FURNITURE
THE PLACE TO BUT IS
DAIN & DASCHBACH.
THE TIME NOW.
To appreciate the quality and beauty of
our Furniture: seo that displayed by all
other reliable dealers of Pittsburg and Al
legheny before calling on us.
COME POSTED.
To gain the full value of the bargains we
are offering, price the articles yon want
elsewhere, then see ours. We have the
stock, guarantee perfect satisfaction, and we
will sell you anything yon require in our
line at prices bound to please.
DAIN & DASCHBACH,
111 Smithfleld St, Pittsburg, Pa.
Refrigerators.
All sizes. All prices.
Baby Carriages.
All kinds. All styles.
Furniture.
Every grade and description.
Carpets.
Every make and design.
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2,000 yards
yard, worth ioc.
2,000 yards elegant standard
iocn vnamDrays at oc
wortn ioc.
3,000 yards fancy stripe Carl-
vas Cloth, three and
toned, beautiful colorings
at 8c a yard, worth 20Cr
2,500 yards elegant double
fold,side band Mohairsiol
worth 30c,
2,500 yards Beiges in Mixed!
. Plaids and Stripes, at
worth 30c. '
2,000 yards French Challia
at 21c, worth 30a
2,000 yards 6-4 Mohair Chal
lis, Persian designs, at .23c,!
.worth 40c.
1,000 French Satin Berber i
39c, worth 60a
5,000 yards twilled Sii
Surahs, new spring shades!
44c, worth 75 c.
1,500 yards colored Satinl
de JLeon at 79c, wortr
$1 10. .
Our Millinery Department.
So arguing against facts. We canyj
more stocs, we devote more space, we em-j
ploy mdre people in our Popular Millinery!
department man anv concern in western,!
Pennsylvania. Our Famous Low .-.Prices
and our popular method of no charge- f
trimming is our grand attraction.
FANS! FANS! Larze and varied stoc
of. open-and-shut Fans at 2c, 3c, 6c, 9c, JlcJ
xuc ana zic up. vv e claim tnese to De 1
best values ever shown.
HOT7SEFUP.HISHINGS ("Basement"
Complete line of Honsefurnishing Goods?
ijrocsery, uiassware, etc. ask lor our
illustrated catalogue and price list, 'free of
cnarge.
Continued A pTetty Japanese pre
given with every purchase in our "Ho
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N. B. Mail orders carefully and promptj
ly.aiienuea to.
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SUCCE330K3 TO
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KEECH'S
House Furnishing Emporium,
923 and 925 Penn Ave., .
Neas Nnmx Btbeet.
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KID CLOVES.
CAUTION!
Kid Gloves bearine imitations of
our Lacing Hooks are offered for
sale.
The genuine Foster Glove Hooks
do not catch in Fringe, Laces, &o,
nor accidentally unfasten.
All Gloves with genuine Foster
Lacings are stamped
FOSTER'S PATENTS.
Demand them and see that you get them.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
MORRIS H. DANZlGEf
SIXTH ST. ANDPENN AVE
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FOSTER, PAUL
& CO.,
Maaafactnrers.
Established Over Half a Century,
PATEIOTIS:
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A LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S OHAMPOO
parlorts tbe latest addition to the already
well known and favorite establishment of Miss
Marie Landers, tbe Hair Artist.
All the novelties in hair styles at reasonable
charges.
Hngus & Hacto Building, upstairs. Take
Bperber's elevator. myl2-wsu
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HOUSE-CLEANING TIME
Is here.''-You will need curtains renovated and
carpets cleaned. There la but one place where
yon can get them done in tbe best manner pos
sible, and thals at
CHAS. JPFEIFER'S
ALLEGHENY, STEAM LAUNDRY.
Offices in Plttsbur38mithfield street, 191J
Carson street, and 100 federal streec, Alleghe
y. Works, 353-300 Beaver avenue, Allegnen y.
Telephone 12&t mh26-arwT
We are not lacking in patriotism, but as. lonJcj
as me pauuc aeraana iMigusn xiais, oz C0UT9J
weuiuaif Kl uieia tueir gnoice.
We have Just received tbe new Sprinsr ih
Summer styles from the best London Mann.j
lactnrers, and are showing them alongside the
best American makes, and leave You to dedda
wnicn von prerer.
In those beantif nt new shades of Brown from!
the Rich uouien totho lightest Cream or Bn
we have the largest selection ever shown. Fori
those who do not wish the finest quality, wol
have bad made np in this country excellent!
vupiea ui tuts auuvv, uum as io color anu snapej
trices iui tucso axe w, fes w anil f3 IA&
Ton know our reputation for Extra LizaSl
Weights, both in Silk Hats, Derbys and. Soft!
reus.
Ladies' English and American Sailor Yacht
Hats for street wear are now ready. Also
.timing aa.13 anu steamer laps.
PAULSON BROS.,!
441 WOOD STREET.
Five Doors from Fifth avenne. mylS-acwxl
anm-NT a insoranoe cor
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Assets, January 1, 18S7 , ta,56S,839)MJ
EDWARDS t KENNEY, Agents.
on Fourth avenue PittsburM
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LAWN MOWERS.
JOHN B. & A. MURDOCH,
Telephone 239. 608 Sjothpielb- St.
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pEPRESENTEUDf PITTSBITCO IN 1SCI
assets . . .fgjnfTi flnaoa.
Insurance Co. of North America.
WILLIAM L
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Losses adinetpri mid n:iirl bv
JONES. 8i Fourth avenue.
-THE AMERICAN FIRE
I INSURANCE COMPANY,
m Philadelphia.
Total Assets, January 1, 1S87 r2,3Ql,K8 68
EDWARDS & KENNEY, Ag'ts,
no FQUUTH AVE.V Pittsburg, Fa.
w Teienhone TfiQ. iftlS.
Telephone 7X
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line iellOE'fFrencli Taifor System
of dress cutting. The only system in America
that cuts tbe Worth bias dart. It consists'
of a tailor's wooden square, wooden dart and
sieeveTUle and scales, the same as best merch-
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH AVENVE.
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Display of Millinery This Week Is Unparalleled,
DRESS GOOPSL
6c, made to sell at 10c.
ant tailors mc anda40-pagd instruction book.
fioff.510. Calif
AVIS. 611 Penr
f fri
System and thorough instruction In cutting
ana QRSUBtr.ii. uau ior cu
M." A. DAVIS, GH Pennine;
Call for circulars or address
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ANCHOR REMEDY COMP'NY,
S29 LIBERTY STREET,
PITTSBURG-, PA.
J. B. Golden. 5102 Bntlur street.
' city, 6ajst "I was able to throw
saway my crutches after using one
half a bottle of tha Anchor Rheu
matic Remedy. I consider my cure
marvelous and lieartUy iqdprse
the remedy.'' Price Mc
HTe,th? Anchor Sarsaparilla a trial. 'Tis the
Ideal Wood purifier,' and is especially adapted
enriching the blood and invigorating the sys-
Our Beef. Wine andiron is also meeting the
wants of the public, 'Tjs the best tonic in the
marcet, and we confiiinntiv 'rafAmmofiri (ta
"25uPBT Prfce 0 'each 75 cents: six bottles ?t.
-Summer Dress Fabrics in great variety. "We have Challies at 50,60,120 and 18c up. Light Mohairs, 7c upv 5,000 yards Seersucker Qinghamsjwl
Stacks of Ginghams, dress styles, at 8c and 10c, equal in appearance and colors to ibe best Imported. Plain and plaid Scotch Zephyr Ginghams. 20c and!
ioc, have been sold at 40c. Cream ana uoiprea seersuckers, ujo up. Jbancy stnpea jnanneis ana Ton an noras. ouperjor tines .amenean aatines at cut prices, we have then
cheaper, but recommend those wa.are now selling.at 10c 2c and lac French SaUnes, exquisite colorings and cloths, in fast solid blacK and black and white, at 20e, 25c and 30u
worth fifty per cent more. Then the lightweight colored Cashmeres, Serges and Henriettas at 35a, 40a and 50a are unexceptional bargains; also the Black Nun's Veiling, JUohairad
Serges, Albatross and fancv weaves, specially for warm weather, in all wool, 37J4c, 45o and 50o up. Regular lines, our own importation, Black Cashmeres,, 45c to $1, are gennia
Bargains. Hundreds of pieces plain ana fancy uress xaoncs, 20c to ouc, soiu in tne eariy season at wo to ioc oee mem on nrsi counter.
MILLINERYI MILLINERY As usual, the most complete assortment of trimmed and untrimmed Hats and Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, Feathers, Gauzes, Laces and OrsT
taents, aud tbe lowest prices, - -
INDIA SILKS, 50c, 62Jc and 75c. Black Surahs, COo and 65c. 24-inoh, 75a and $1, are special good values; so are tho 24-inch Black Gros Grains at fl, 81 13 and 51rJ?
.uiacK ana coiorea Dress onus irom ouc up. .-
BARGAINS oil the way through the Cloakroom. Cloth Jackets. 81'25 up. Black and colored Stockinette Jackets. $3 to S20. Beaded Canes. 83 to S20, Jersevs In Mac
cream and colored, plain, embroidered, braided and smocked. Black Jerseys, 37c.up, Cape' Newmarkets, black and colored, 9. Cashmere Capes, Wraps and Fichus; embroid
ered and lace trimmed, iauuup. biiK ana btun suits, see. the popular ciotn suits at ?, in an colors, worth $iz w. w asu suits m oingaam, satmes and unauies. Wrapper
same materials. '
WE OFFER this week special bargains in Carpets. Aline of Body Brussels at 75c, 87e and SI; have sold this season at ?1, $1 15 and $1 25; will not last long. Th'emlSSiJ
50c Tapestry Brussels are all new fresh goods and excellent values; as are the Ingrains, Cottage, Hall and Stair Carpets. Every day sees more of those Lace Curtains at gl, ;$lj2,l
fix ou ana qp 10 f o a pair, wnicn sweats. iur vueuiauivea aa u rams ana pinerys.
IN UNDERWEAR we are ready for the hot season. Gauze, Merino in white and colored, Balbriggan and Lisle Thread for Men. Ladies and Children, at populajr.wicSS
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PABASOLS Long, medium nd short handles, newest designs. Misses' Parasoli. -Gold-tipped Umbrellas from $1 up. The Glorias at 1 50, 1 75 and $2 can't be bWfiJ
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