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THE PJTTSBTJtfG DISPATCH, THTJKSDAY, MAY 16, 1889.
THE FIGHT GOES ON.
Leaders of Quay's forces Hold a Con
ference and Hear Eeports.
CAPTAIN HESBIT IS CONFIDENT.
Hr. Hagce is in Favor of Uorrow for An
other Term as Controller.
I1E HABX'T QUAEEELED WITH FLIKN
The Quay leaders conferred yesterday
tnorninp and afternoon, disenssed their
plan of campaign and considered the work
already accomplished. Colonel Bavne, "Wal
ter Lyon, Esq., -who is to be "United States
District Attorney.Postmaster Expectant Mc
Kcan, If. P. Eeed, and others were among
those who met at the office of the Press.'
State Chairman Andrews was present to
hear what was going on. Mr. Andrews is
here to do some shopping, however; not to
engage in the local fight. Captain Ncsbit,
member or the Legislature from the Sixth
district,brought in a report that greatly en
couraged the assembled chiefs. To The
Dispatch reporter the Captain said: "The
district looks a good deal better for ns than
it did when I first ran for the Legislature,
and I got there." The others were not com
municative. Hon. Alfred Harland admits he was much
disturbed yesterdav morninc to learn that
"Doc" Baichfield had been all through his
ward the previous day in a carriage fixing
up delegates in the interest of Quay
County Committee men Mr. Marland had been
attending to private business and had no idea
tber was anything of the kind on foot. He
inquired very anxiously what Mr. JIageewas
dome and expressed a. fear that he was permit
ting business to interfere with politics. The
gentleman whose actions had startled Mr. Mar
iana was seen later, and said: "We are hust
ling and this is about the last you'll see of me
witil Saturday night."
ME. MAGEE 2TOT QUABRELSOME.
Mr. C. LMagee was asked this afternoon
about the fight in progress, but said be hadn't
even heard the name of a single candidate for
the County Committee. He denied the story
that he was rolng Into any deal to elect a
Democratic City Controller. He had helped to
elect Mr. Morrow, and he said, in answer to a
direct question, that he was in Livor of his re-
"How about the story that you and Mr.
"Mr. Flinn and I hare large business Interests
together. There has been no quarrel between
us and there will be none."
"la there any difference between you con
cerning the County Committee mlesr"
The County Committee rules I don't care
about one way or the other."
"It is reported you are setting up delegates
against Boyer for State Treasurer."
"I have beard of no opposition to him."
"Are you in favor of his candidacy? '
"1 am not interested in it one way or the
other. The State Convention has not yet been
called and will not meet before some time in
August, I expect to go to Europe in July and
will be absent until after the State Convention
and will do well to get home in time to vote. I
have no doubt the delegation from Allegheny
county will be for Boyer."
"What do you think Mr. Ford's chances for
the postmastership are."
"Ihere 16 a man in Washington who attends
to all that kind of business and it is not always
an easy matter to tell what he is thinking
about such things. Our people, of course, are
all for Ford. .No, I had not heard anything
concerning a compromise by which Ford was
to be given the postoffice after Warmcastle had
received his appointment."
PROMISES OF POSITIONS.
T The talk on the street yesterday was that
' positions in the postoffice were being profusely
promised for support for Quay committeemen.
George Von Bonnhorst, Chairman of the
County Committee, was down town this after
noon for the first timeafteran illness of a week
r mote- He knew nothing about what was
Hon. jpiiarles Robison is doing no work in
Iiis on-JTbehair for the position of Surveyor of
VthePrt: but his friends feci confident of his
appointment at the expiration of the term of
the present incumbent. Hon. John F.Dravo,
of Brver, is a candidate for the place; but Mr.
Quay is said to fear it would be bad politics to
bestow the officii outside of Allegheny county
at tbo present time.
Walter Lyon Is lenorant of the date of his ap-
g ointment as United States District Attorney,
ut says he is cot worrjing about it, and really
doesn't care whether he gets It or not.
A CLEYER SWINDLE.
One "Man Who Had a Itlvnl for the Elec
tric Sugar f-chcrac Chancing Poor
Whisky Into Htcb IVIno Dis
covered by a Detective.
Chicago, May 15. A scheme rivaling
in some respects the famous eleotrio sugar
refining swindle was exposed here to-day.
The perpetrator is a smooth-mannered
young fellow named John Archibald
Oomp, whose papers indicate that lie
has been operating not only in
Chicago, but also at Kansas City, St. Louis
and Cincinnati. Comp is now missing, and
it is said that a cood many thousand dollars
belonging to various distillers and liquor
dealers have disappeared with him.
Comp stopped at the Metropolitan Hotel,
and according to the report to-day of the
detectives who have been investigating the
matter, he was visited by scores of dupes.
The fellow pretended to possess a compound
which would change poor whisky into the
finest of high wines. A gallon sample of
the vilest "Forty-rod" after being
medicated would be placed in &
refrigerator and in ten minutes
could be taken out transformed into the
finest Bourbon. If objection was made to
the refrigerator, Comp would accompany the
doubter to any place desired, and then re
tiring to a private room accomplish the
same feat without the refrigerator. It now
turns out, however, that the refrigerator
was really, as suspected, a clever device by
which a bottle containing good whisky was
substituted for the had.
The trick when performed elsewhere than
at the refrigerator was done by means of a
tin breast-plate or armor worn under
Comp's clothing. This armor was double
and was in reality a reservoir which by
means of a concealed tube could be emptied
or filled at will. Comp was inveigled into
taking .a detective into partnership with
him, but when an arrest was contemplated
smelt a mouse and fled, leaving behind tht
refrigerator. He carried off the armor.
Lend Vonr Constitution a Hnnd.
Constitutions are much alike, and in nine
tenths of us the same causes produce the same
effects. Vertigo, dizziness, or pain of any
kind,excepting that of an injury.can come only
when there is in our bodies some impurity of
the blood which we have not sufficient vitality
to throw off without help. Therefore, the
proper thing to do Is to get Immediately the
necessary help. No aid Is so effective as
Brahdteth's Pills. When you feel these ills
comin? on take from three to ten of these nills.
accordin g to your weight, and be relieved . at
Never put off the
von will soon be over it '
not rack tho constitution.
feeling hr thlnklncr
Take tha pills and do
Oar Parlor Fnrnltare
Is to be envied by every Other retailer of
furniture in the city, as it is the largeit,best
assorted and most reasonable in price. It
is also the most artistic, arfl comprises
divans, couches, easy chairs, rockers and
full suits. M. Seibert & Co.,
Cor. Hope and Lacoeksts., Allegheny.
Hear railroad bridge. D
ELLIOTT BAIRD-At 167 Washington ave
nue, Allegheny, on Mayl5.1SS9, byBev.M. D.
Lichliter, SHEEUAjr G. Elliott and UATTD
M. BAtSD, both of East End, Pittsburg.
"WHITE OAFS IN WESTMORELAND.
A Farmer Has Hit Barn Burned and Stock
Killed by the Regulators.
rSrSCIAX. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPiTCH.1
Gbeensbueg, May 15. The "White
Caps" in the vicinity of Mt Pleasant, this
county, have brought their threats into ex
ecution, and S. L Cofiman, living near that
place, was the victim. Recently Mr. Cofiman
was warned to leave the neighborhood or pun
ishment of a severe nature would be meted
out This morning his barn was discovered
to be on fire, and when Mr. Cofiman hurried
to the scene to rescue a valuable horse he
found the animal's throat cut. evidentlv
with a butcher knife, and although be suc
ceeded in getting the animal out of the burn
ing barn, it will die. The loss is $1,200.
The last notice received by Mr. Cofiman
was a rudely drawn picture or a coffin with
the orders to leave the county, or his body
would soon be deposited there.
May J4, 1889,
PHILADELPHIA'S LICENSE COUBT.
COX FOEMALLT WITHDRAWS.
Be Says He Has No Posctblc Chance to Get
John F. Cox withdrew yesterday from
the race for District Attorney. He wrote a
card to the newspapers, which concludes as
It nov transpires, however, that the Legislative
districts In the city of 1'lttsburp have been so
manipulated us to preclude the possibility of my
eeeorinjr any of the delegates Iroin that locality.
In this tew of the rate, any further contest on
jny paninraia oe Truiuess, inasmucn asivonld
be compelled to carrv every district outside the
city of Pittsburg, which task no human being
could hope to accomplish.
Not Suck a Slaughter of Applicant! as Wna
Philadelphia, May IB. The License
Court finished its work to-day by handing
down the decisions iu the cases of appli
cants for liquor licenses in the last seven of
the 33 wards. In these seven wards 201
licenses are granted out of 931 applicants.
In the citv, complete, licenses are granted
for 1,203 saloons. Last year 1,313 licenses
were granted, and in 1887,before the Brooks
law went into effect, there were 5,773 saloons
in the city.
EEADIKG IKON WORKS APPEAISED.
The Common Creditors Will Get Ono-Third
of the Money Due Them.
Beading, May 15. The appraisement of
the Beading Iron Works, which went into
the hands of an assignee three months ago,
will be filed here to-morrow. It values thte
property at about 51,250.000. After paying
off mortgages this would give the common
creditors from 35 to 38 per cent.
Ready for the Fight.
Columbus, May 15. The Republican
State Committee to-day decided to hold the
State Convention at Columbus, June 25 and
j. n .& co.
. WTlTTH-rVHT. f-l.. m..........
Maet Jane McBkide (Mat), daughter of
James and Annie Anderson, aged 12 years.
Funeral services at the residence of her pa
rents, Eazclwood avenue, on Thubsdat, May
16, at 1:30 P. M Interment private. 2
BLAOKLBY At Munhall, Pa., on Wednes
day, May 15, lb89, at 9:30 p. m., Robert Brace
let, father of Joseph Blackley, aged 70 years.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
BAYER On Tuesday morning. May 14, at
9:30 o'clock, AdAJI BaTXB, aged 25 years, 8
months and 9 days. I "
Rest in Peace.
Funeral from his father's residence, 172 Mc
Clure avenue, Allegheny, on Thtjksdat
AFTeehoox at 2.30. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend. 2
PRISCOLL-On Wednesday, May 15, 18S9, at
6 40 P. St.. BLLErf, wife of John Driscoll, and
sister of Martin Griffin, In her 88th year.
Funeral from bertate residence, 81 Washing
ton street, on Friday, at 8 JO a. M. Services
at Bt Paul's Cathedral at 9 a.m. Friends of
the family are respectfully Invited to attend.
FAIRMAN On Wednesday, May 15, 1889, at
420 A. iL, at the residence of bis parents. Cen
ter avenue, Pittsburg. Pa.. HaEey M. Fair
mas', eldest sob Of Charles M. and LidaL.
Fairman, In the 21st year of his age.
Funeral services will be held Friday, May
17, at 2 P. 1L, at the residence. Friends are in
vited to attend. Interment private at a later
GOOD At her parents' residence. 5517 Fifth
avenue, on Wednesday. May 15. 18S9, at 9.30 p.
It., Dollie L. Uood, in the 17th year of her
Notice of funeral hereafter.
LANG At the residence. Woodland ave
nue, Allegheny, John TfouHO, son of Will
lam F. and Margaret Lang, aged 18 years, 1
month and 27 days.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
MACFABLANE Departed this life at 9:30
May 15. M.
daughter of L G. and Margaret Macf arlane.
No Democratic Raw.
Tim O'Leary said yesterday that John Jar
rett's allegations about A. F. Keating being
backed by the Democrats for City Controller
are all false. He declares there is no quarrel
between the County Democrayand Randall
Club at least he does not know of it
A UOKUMEKr TO GEEELEI.
Two Old movements Combined to Secure a
Statue for New York.
ISPECUL TELEOIUSI TO TIIE DISPATCH.J
ifEW Yoke, May 16. It was to-day
definitely settled that Horace Greeley is to
have a public monument in City Hall
square. It has taken nearly 17 years to
reach this result, and finally a formal con
tract has been signed for such a memorial
with Alexander B. Doyle, the sculptor,
who had modeled so many conspicuous
statues standing in various cities of the
The old movement in? 1672 and a new one
inaugurated by the Typographical Union
Kb. 6 and Horace Greeley Post, G. A. B.,
have consolidated, and $10,000 is in sight.
But 25,000 or more is needed, and printers
will be called on to make it up.
SEIZDBE OF BEER IN IOWA.
One Shcl-IH" TaUes Possession of Four Cnr
load rained nt 82,500.
BcELixGTOi.-, Iowa, May 15. A large
sclrure of beer was made at this place this
afternoon under the prohibitory law of this
State. The Sheriff of this countv, armed
t with a search warrant, took four cars loaded
with beer and removed the latter to places of
custody. The larger portion of the liquor
ceiled had been consigned to Berthold,
Bosch and Moebn, of this city. The bal
ance belonged tothe Anheuser-Busch Brew
ing Association and "W. J. Temp, of St.
The total value of the beer, with vessels,
is estimated at 52,500. It is said the St.
Louis parties will begin suits for damages at
"Once, claiming that the seizure was a viola
tion of the rights of inter-State commerce.
DEATH FB0JI DIKAM1TE.
Careless Handling of ibe Dangcrons Com
' pound Cn linen an Explosion.
iIsphemiko, Mich., May 15. By an ex
plosion of dynamite at Osceola mine this
morning four Austrian miners were terribly
injured, wosepnxioseit nau nis seuu irac
tured;.Tonn Turk bad his right arm blown
off and was otherwise mangled; Antoine
Zuaruztk had his left arm partly blown off;
the fourth man was pain tally wounded.
The first two may die. The accident oc
curred through the carelessness of the men
Just received from Anheuser-Busch St,
Louis Brewery a large supply of their cele
brated Budwelsser beer, in both an&rtxnnA
Great Redactions la Dress Goods To-Day.
Goods that are seasonable in weight and
coloring bought cheap and we sell them
the same way.
One case double width bonrette mixtures,
only 25c a yard.
50-inch ladies' cloth, medium browns and
grays, cheap at 50c, here they are at 40c.
Still better one lot 50-inch all-wool suit
ings, to be closed out at 40c; 75c not a high
One case all-wool serge. 40 inches wide.
good assortment of colors, only 50c a yard
AU-wool French albatross, imported to
sell at $1. We bought a big lot and have
made the price 45c a yard.
One case silk warp henrietta cloths, 20
shades, $1 25 quality, to be sold at 75c.
This is the best dress goods bargain ever
shown in this city.
"Wool debeiges the great summer dress
fabric prices begin at 30c, 40c and 50c a
yard, and a $1 quality at 65c.
Special bargains in plaids and stripes,
side border suitings and fancy jacquard fig
ures. Also, the greatest cashmere stock. Fine
Quality French cashmeres as low as 50c,and
one case of 46-inch all-wool cashmeres at
Come in now for these special good values
and low prices.
Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
361 Edwin street. East End.
Funeral services in the East Liberty Presby
terian Church Saturday, May 18, at 2 o'clock
P. M. Interment private at a later hour.
McGlNNESS-On Tuesday, May 14, at 8.30
p. M., at the residence of her parents, in
Sewickley, Frances E. McGdiness, youngest
daughter of W. L. and Emma G. McGinness,
aged 10 years. 1 month and 14 days.
Services at house Thursday, May 18, at 1
o'clock. Interment private at Unlondale Cem
etery. Carriages will leave house at 2 p. u.
McCLENAHAN At his father's residence,
No. 60 Federal street. Allegheny, William,
youngest son of Catherine and John McClcna
han. Notice of funeral hereafter.
McMURRY On Wednesday evening at 7
o'clock. Jakes S. THORN MCMUrrt, beloved
son of Thomas and Charlotte B. McMurry, aged
8 years and 4 months. I
Notice of funeral hereafter.
ROBINSON On Tuesday, May 14, 1889, at 9
P.M., Andrew ROBINSON, late of Company
B, One Hundred and Twenty-third Pennsylva
nia Volunteers, aged 67 years, j
Funeral from his late resIdenee,Grazer street,
Brusnton, on Thursday it 2 p. u. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
8PANGENBERG On Wednesday, May 15,
1889, at 5 o'clock a. M.. GEO. L. Hpanoen
beRO, in his 19th year, son of Win, and Eliza
Spangenberg and grandson of. Godtned EOer
ner. Funeral from the residence of his parents,
117 Fountain street, Allegheny, Sunday. 19th,
2 p. x. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend, 3
STRAHLKY-On "Wednesday, May 15. 1889,
at 10 am., ChRIstoe Etbahley, in the62d
year of his age.
Funeral services from the family residence.
No. 6303 Penn avenue, Nineteenth ward, on
SATURDAY, 18th Inst., at 2 P. M. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend.
Please omit flowers, 3
In the Basement Bargain
Annex Entrance just
inside our Fifth avenue
The enormous sale of Car
pets by us since April i has
left many 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 Jrom our regular
18 to 20c.
Heavy Cot. Ingrains,
25 to 35c.
Extra Super Unions, s
40 to 50c.
Extra Super Best,
55 to 65c.
Tap. Brus., lowest, 45 c.
Body Brussels, - 85o.
China Mattings, from
$3 50 per roll (40 yds.)
N. B. We have to-day
placed on sale at a discount of
30 Per cent from recent prices
a largehne of English Ingrain
Art Squares of our own importation.
In view of tho approaching May
Musical Festival we have made extra
ordinary preparations, and are now
ready with a special display
For LADIES and MISSES of
Evening Bonnets, N
, Evening Lingerie,
Evening Jersey Waists,
And a complete line of Ladies' and
Misses' Furnishing Goods, Corsets,
Hosiery, Gauze and Muslin Underwear,
For GENTLEMEN and BOYS.
Evening Dre6g Shirts,
Evening Gloves and
Fine Furnishing Goods.
NO FAMINE IN FLOWERS
While all the fashion papers speak of
the great scarcity of Artificial Flowers,
thanks to the foresight and good Judg
ment of our Milliner buyer, we are
fully prepared to meet the extraordinary
We have fixed the date of our Rose
bud Opening for TUESDAY, MAY at,
on which occasion every lady visitor will
be presented with t natural Rosebud, as
a souvenir of the event.
S? CO., (
33 FIFTH AVENUE $3
JAMES ARCHIBALD A BRO.,
UVERY AND BAIiE STABLES.
117.119 and 138 Third avenue, two doorsbelow
Smithneld St., next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages for funerals,S3. Carriages for operas,
parties, So, at the lowest rates. All new car-
rlages. Telephone communication. myl-11-TTa
JOHN L. TREXLER & CO.,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Livery
and Boarding Btables. NoS. 378 and SS0
Beaver ave. Residence. 681 Preble
ave., Allegheny City.
Telephone 3415. mh23-KThSn
-pEPRESENTEU IN PITTSBUfia IN 1S
ASSETS ?9 71,698 33.
Insurance Co. of 2fbrt?i America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM h
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-D
Mil i iutpv npcuiun
Fleishman & Co's.
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506 and 508 Market st,
CLIP THIS ADVERTISEMENT.
It will entitle you to a souvenir,
if presented to us when you make
WARM WEATHER. GOODS.
We bave a very choice line ot Fans, lone and
Short handled Umbrellas, Novelties in Ladies'
Neckwear, Summer Corsets, Silk: Gloves and
Mitts, Hosiery ana Underwear,
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY,
MAY 16 AND 17.
Real French Trimmed
WESTER2T INSURANCE CO.
NO. 411 WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIMICK, President.
JOHN B. JAOKBON. Vice President
fe22-28-TT3 WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
The Jacket Bargains in Clonk Boom.
See the colored cloth jackets at $5. Grand
value, all new styles.
Jos. Hokke & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Embossed papers, plain gold papers, lacqner
papers, mica papers, hand-printed papers,
pressed leather papers, ingrain papers, tile
John S. Roberts'
Best Vnlnes in Men's Baibrlecan Under
Plain and fancy stripes, 56c to finest.
Best to make your purchases now.
JOS. HOEKB & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
Marriage Licenses Granted Yrnterdny.
James 5. Cstlierwood West Deer townsbiD
1 Ettie E. Norrls Tarentum
I Edward Kolb AUerheny
I Julia M. Reardon Allegheny
j Michael Fallon '. Plttsbnrir
!aiEgle McParund tttUDnrf
Amelia Koepper Allegheny
i Jennie Bsble Manifleld
(Joseph Czjnkc Westmoreland county
J Elizabeth Tomas PlttsbarK
S,'!UU?JA-Ste,rart Chartlers township
lEllea ilaboney Chartlers township
J William Stcinhagen .v.Katrona
I Alma Rudolph Harrison township
J Frederick Amnion I'ltUbnre
5 ",lx "jeers Greentreeborongh
J Anna ipe Oreentree borough
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold flllfaet from $1 up. Amalgam, 60c;
silver, 75c; white alloy, $L ,
JJRS. JICOLAREN & WAUOAlIAN. Dentists,
Corner Smithneld and Fourth avenue.
BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA.
150 CUPS FOR SL
All the Summer Novelties
in Garden Sun Hats, Turbans,
Toques, English Walking and
Sailor Hats. The most beauti
ful assortment of Flowers ever
shown in Pittsburg.
Mourning Millinery a Speciafty.
Bonnets aM Veils Made on Short Notice.
Gloves fitted to the hand and guaranteed.
Corsets fitted to the form, insuring grace and
Reliable (roods and prices as low as elsewhere.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH AVENUE.
PATENT SHEET IRON
with an Increased capacity and hydraulic
machinery we are prepared to furnish all work
in our lino cheaper and better than by the old
methods. Repairing and general machine
wore. Twenty-nintn street and Allegheny Val
yANlTFACTURERS AND MERCHANTS'
ill INS. Co., 417 Wood street, Pittsburg. Pa.
Capital .,J250,000 00
Assets January 1,1889 853,743 80
Directors Chas. W. Batchelor, President;
John W. Chaltant, Vice President; A E. W.
Painter, Root, Lea, M. W. Watson, John Wll
son, Joseph Walton, Win. G, Park, A M.
Byera, J as. J. Donnell, Geo. E. Painter, John
Thompson. Wm. T. Adair, Secretary; Jas.
Little, Assistant Secretary; August Ammon,
General Agent ja22-4tt-TTS
THE GREAT- ENOUSH REMEDY.
For Bilious and Nervous Disorders.
"Worth a Guinea a Box "-but bgM
for 25 cents,
BY ALL BRUGGISTS.
B. & B.
THURSDA Y, May 16.
Already we hear of parties
of tourists betaking themselves
etsewKere-ra, tovr through otir
own grand country or across
the water, or around the
ma,ny more are contemplat
ing a trip in the near future.
There ar$ a hundred and
one articles which tourists
iieed-we have at least the
'-hundred' and can send out
for the "one" while you wait.
Before yotl pack see our,
hand-satchels. We guarantee
that such values at the prices
can be found nowhere else.
Traveling hags in brown and black grain
leather and Imitation alligator: 10-inch, 1; 12
Inch, SI 23; It-inch, $1 0; 16-incb, 81 65.
"Gladstone'' bags, muslin lined: 14-incb, 13;
16-inch, S3 60; 18-inch, &): 20-lnch, U SO.
New "Harvard" shape, in grain leather: 12
lnch, 3 25. Larger sizes rise In price 25c an
Grain leather club bags, leather lined, begin
at 10 inches, price S2 25 rise in price 12c per
Real Alligator bags, 85 to $1Z
And as to Shawl and
Solid leather shawl straps, 16c to 85c
Leather satchel straps, 25c to 50c.
Before you begin packing
allow us to mention the Shop-i
ping bags; You would hardly
expect to take a trip without
doing some shopping while
Club bag shape, satlne lined, 6, 1 and 8 inchas.
60c to Jl 25.
Ladies' Shopping hags, In grain and imita
tion alligator leather, 75c to $3 50.
Beat seal, alligator and Russia leather shop
ping hags, $3 to $6 50.
Chatelaine bags. 75c to $18
in plain leather ; grain leather,
Seal, Alligator, Lizard, Mon
key ahd Ooze. These Chate
laines can be worn with a belt
(and we have the belt) or a
small pocket can be mcde to
fasten the hook in. They are
very convenient to travelers
are not in the way and fillect
with -useful articles, such as
pins, loose change, candies,
smelling salts, etc., soon be
come indispensable attendant.
In the shawl straps we will do you up a hand
some steamer robe, it your trip will require
one, These are new, English goods read the
names; ROcbelle, Qlenco, Loch Tay, Argjle,
The Argyle Is a bright colored plaid, wooly,
warm rug, warranted to keep out dampness
and salty spray while you recline In luxury in
your easy chair It yards square, 13 SO, $10,
812 60 and Hi.
The Loch Tays ate reversible plain on one
side stripe and plafd reverse, same size and
Tha English Beaver Shawls come S3 to $10.
Long double, all-wool shawls, S3 to S3, all
Single shawls S2 to $6,
You will have plenty of use for Cashmere
shawls especially in the bright shades, creams,
blues, tans and cardinals (SI to $3).
The new Roman stripe shawls, variety of
Shades. 810 to 115.
AS TO WRAPS Long cloth wraps $5 up.
No use en umerating them.
Fine, beautiful lustre, mOhalr wraps, blacks
and colors, 15 and S&
Gloria and black surah wraps.
600 new jackets received tnis week You can
he suited without a doubt
Gentlemen will hardly start without a com
plete stock of furnishings. We are prepared
to fit you out completely, astonishing you both
with variety of the goods and smallness of the
Many other articles travelers need will
speak of them frequently.
115. 117, 119. 121
Federal Street, Allegheny.
MAY 16, 1889.
Specially Interesting Bargains You Should See.
IJamesA. Msrtin Pittsburg
i barsh Graham.. Pittsburg
t F. J. Frits......... Richland township
t Margaret M. Buriart Kichland tOwnshlS
(John Gammon v.PIttsbnrB
(David E. Powell PltUbure
1 Annie UriffitUs., I.Plttsourf
(William Drnsven. -..Sharosburr
Carrie Frudenrlcli , BharpsbnrJc
(John F, ilcMIHIan, Plttsburr
JLlllle 8. Coulter Pittsban?
DEES8G0qDS-Snmmer Dress Fabrics in great variety. "Wc bave Chal'lies at Be, 66,120 andloenp. Light Mohairs, vo up. 5,000 yards Seersucker Ginghams at'
6Kc, made to sell at 10c. Staefes of Ginghams, dress styles, at 8e and 10c, equal in appearance and colors to the best imported. Plain and plaid Scotch Zephyr Ginehams 20c and
25c. have been sold at 40c. Cream and Colored Seersucker. Au nn v.n.i .(.,vj irlonn.t. n,1 Tn itn Vnnl. Sno.l Hn.. !,.;.. q.h... .. ....'..:... ,r. . '. .,
cheaper, but recommend those we are now selling at 10c, 12o and 15c. French Satinw. exquisite colorings and cloths, in fast solid black and blaok and white, at 20c. 2So and 30c.
worth fifty per cent more. Then the lightweight colored Cashmeres, Serges and Henriettas at 35c, 40e and 60a are unexceptional bargains; also the-BIack Nun's Veiling Mohairs
Serges, Albatross'and fancy weaves, specially for warm "weather, in all wool, MXc, iSa and 50c up. Regular lines, our own importation, Black Cashmeres, 45o to 81. are genuine
bargains. Hundreds of pieces plain and fancy Dress Fabrics, 25c to 50e, sold in the early season at 40o to 75e. See thm on first counter.
MILLINERY MILLINERY As usual, the most complete assortment 'of trimmed and unlrlmmed Hats and Bonnets, Bibbons, Flowers, Feathers, Gauzes. Laces and Orna
ments, and the lowest prices. . ' ' ' "'"" uuu "
INDIA. SILKS, 50c, 62jc and 75c. Black Surahs, 60c and 65c. 24-inch. 750 and 81, are special good values; so are the 24-inch Black Gro s Grains at 81. 81 12 and $1 25
Black and colored Dress Silks from 50o up. . v,v '
BABGAINS all the way through the Cloakroom. Cloth Jackets, 81 23 up. Bfackand colored Stockinette Jackets, $3 to $20. Beaded Capes, $3 to 820. Jerseys in black
cream and colored, plain, embroidered braided and smocked. Black Jerseys, 37Ko up. Cape Newmarkets, Mack and colored, 80. Cashmere Capes, WrapPand Fichus, embroidl
ered and lace trimmed, S4 and up. Silk and Stuff Suits. See the popular ClothSuits at 89, In all colors, worth $12 50. Wash Suits in Gingham, Satines and Challies. Wrappers
same materials. rr
WE OFFER this week special bargains in Carpets. A line of Body Brussels at 75c, 87o and $1; have sold this teara at $1, 81 15 and 81 23; will not last long. Then our
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 81, $1 25
81 60 and up to $5 a pair, which speak for themselves as to value and patterns. . '
t, . J? ,?2PiEBW o A?i.',f t z?,". for tMj!"?;. Gan2(7 MerIno in Mk and colored, Balbriggan and Lisle Thread for Men: Ladies and Children, at popular prices.
Fast Black Hosiery. Bee the Ladies', 25o and 50c; the Children's fast black, ribbed and plain, at 25o, and the large assortment of Fancy Hosiery, all sizes and pricei.
PABASOLS-Long, medium and short handles, newest dp signs. Misses' Parasols. Gold-tipped Umbrellas, from 81 up. The Glorias at f 1 50, 81 75 and 83 can't b beat
EySamples sent on request. Mail orders have our best attention.
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BEAUTIFUL INDEED I
THERE IS 1AN AIR OF DISTINCTION' AND ?v
Which somehow or other is "lacking in' the clothing to be found in the
other stores of this city. No one need have the slightest fear of being
misled into purchasing unbecoming or shelf-worn garments in our store.
Everything is new and reliable. Whoever Wants any spring Clothing
and comes, here will save , many dollars. Whoever says humbug and
stays away will have a chance of seeing others dressed as stylishly and
as elegantly out of our stock-as though they had patronized high-priced'
V IF YOU WANT A SUIT, V
ELEGANT, STYLISH, BEAUTIFUL,
Perfect form-fitting, grand in fact in every way, don't waste your time
and put yourself out of patience and temper, looking around town ia
the hope of getting something better than what we offer. Come at once
to our store, see our stock, learn our nriees. whinh vnn'll sp marpA
plainly on every garment You may want to buy a suit at
S6, 88, aiO OR'
or the length of your pocketbook or your desires
cause you to want a
$15, S18, S20, S22 OlEb $25
Suit In any case you're sure not only of getting a suit to please and
fit you perfectly, but also certain of getting goods which would cost you
anywhere from $2 to 15 more. On every counter and table you'll find
striking, undisputed and unparalleled bargains and if we cannot suit and
please you in every particular why then it would be useless for us to
offer you a $10 gold piece for a $$ Dill.
or inclinations may
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
v Every Pittsburg mother, as" well as mothers within a radius of a
hundred miles or more of this city, knows, 0 ought to know, that our
Boys' and Children's Clothing department contains All the novelties
and latest styles; also that in prices we're always the lo-west We give
the best idea of the immensity of our stock by saying that, our Knee
Pant Suits commence at 89c and run all the way to $10; ourLong-Pant
Suits' start as low as 3 50 and go to $18. In Knee-Pant Suits we have
special bargains at $2 50 and $3, and at $5 and $6 for Big Boy- Thoaiv,
ands of Kilt Suits, from Si 25 to $8; Sailor Suits from 98c to $6.
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GRAND V ARMY
Pull Regulation Suits, $6,
$8, $10, $12 and $15.
Every Veteran, all Sons of Veterans
and every member of the G. A. R. posts
in the county invited to attend our store.
Two sets of buttons given with each gar
ment A mammoth stock of . White
Vests, White Gloves, G. A. R. Hats and'
Caps at lowest prices.
MEN'S and YOUTHS'
FINE STIFF HATS
In all the latest and most fashionable
of colors and shades, at
98c, $1 24, $1 49, $1 69
up. Other dealers prices fully 30 per
cent more money.
OVER 50,000 STRAW HATS
for Men, Boys and Children. All the
different styles, kinds of braids and
trimmings. Prices: Men's, 24c upj
Boys', 5c up.
Men's Elegant Tourist Hats,
49c, 69c, 98o.
. ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO- 1-
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LIGHT WEIGHT UNDERWEAR IN DEMAND
Children's Gauze Underwear, 5c up. Men's English Balbriggan
Shirts, long or short sleeves, 48c only. Men's Natural Wool Underwea'r,
49c only. Men's fancy Flannelette Shirts, regular $1 goods, at 56c only.
Silk stripe Negligee Shirt3, regular 2 50 goods, at $1 74 only. Thous
ands of other equally desirable bargains.
One thing we'd like to impress on tbe minds of mothers and thisjis
that we show the largest, best and cheapest assortment of Shirt Waists
: !.- ..l All it. 1 1 1 1 ti 1. -i '-i
ju iuc uuuuuy. au me uesi iua&es auu latest patterns.
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Until vou've found out all about the Shoes we've got:' all about'our,
mammoth stock, all about our low prices, all abqut our plan of guaran
teeing a perfect fit and satisfactory wear of every pair that leavesourTl
store and air about our system of refunding money on all unsatisfactory
' pints. For sale by G. W. Schmidt, 95 and
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