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THE HTTSBTOJGt DISPATOH,- WEDNESDAY," ,MAYV 22, 1889.
STUCK IK THE MUD.
Grounds Bother the
GIANTS WIN OKCE MOBfi.
JManager Phillips Signs Dunning, an Ama
PITCHEB BEA3T SIGNS FOB $1,500.
Jentltscf All the Games aciGentnl BiKl&ll Gos
sip of the Dy.
Gamei Ployed Yesterday.
NEWYOKKS 5....PITTSBORQS 4
AVASBnfoxoss-.. 13....Chicigos .. 6
louevii.us. s....15altmores 4
Athistics 8.. ..St. Louis 2
Bbookltss. ...... 14....KAXSAsCrrrs.... 13
CiNcnwxns 18....Coi.TiiBrjs 10
Deteoits... ....... 17,...BurrALos 15
Toledos ....HAirn.TOs (Ont) 3
rochesteks 18....torontos 8
Hahimons 6....Masfiki.ds 6
caxtoks 8....dattos8. 6
National LEAOUE-PittsbnrRS at Wash
ington; Chicagos at New York; Cleveland's at
Philadelphia; Indianapolis at Boston.
American Association Brooklyns at
Kansas City; Baltlmores at Louisville; Cincin
nati at Colnmbns; Athletics at St Louis.
International League Torontos at
Syracuse; Londons at Rochester; Detroits at
Hamilton; Toledos at Buffalo.
Won. Lost. CM Won. Lott-Ct.
.Bostons 14 5 .7S7CIeTelands...ll 11 .478
tfilladelphlaslS 6 .6H nttsburps. .. 9 14
.NewVorks...!: 9 .S71 Indianapolis S 13
Chicago. 11 11 .S0O 'ashlngton8 S 13
St. Lonls 23 9 .7l9.Clnclnnttl6...l5 16 .4S4
Brooklyn. IS II .t8XBalllmores....l2 IS .444
Kansas Cltyi..I7 13 .686 Colnmbns. .... 9 IS .333
Athletics 13 13 .SOOILoulsvlUes.... 8 SO .266
MICKEY WAS IN FORM.
The Smiling Giant ffni a Puzzle to the
rfrZCIAL HXEOBAlt TO THE DISFJLTCn.l
Nrw Yoke, May 2L The heavy rains
of Monday night did not serve to put the
Staten Island ball grounds in the best con
dition, and, although & gang of men worked
all the morning in trying to dry up the
mud by covering it with dry soil, there was
still any amount of mud when the game be
gan. The players slid about as though they
were on roller skates,and many of the errors
on both sides were due to the mud. The
base running-was badly interfered with, and
just where the men started at the plate the
mud was so bad that the players several
times fell by too hasty a start It was al
most as ba J at the bases, and it was a pretty
Jong hi that cava a man two bases, or a very
wild throw that let a runner move up a base
philltps signed dunning.
.It was the last game of the series between the
New l'ork and Pittsburg clubs and the visitors
tried hard to win and everything considered,
they did just as good work all around' as the
home team, but they didn't get quite as many
runs. Manager Phillips is no better off now
for pitchers tbaa when he first came here. He
thought of trying Dunning, the amateur
pitcher of this city, whom he has signed, but as
Staley was in fair condition he decided to keep
f bis youngster until he got to Washington. As
has been the case for two weeks Keefe'sname
was on the score cards as tha,New York's
pitcher, but he did not pitch. In fact be has
decided to be the first of the New York's pitch
ers to do up "Baby" Anson and his Chicago
team. Welch was, therefore, called upon to do
S work in -the box. $
fmilinffoTcteris now In good shape and his
mil., teems to b eleven to oaicv than it was last
V MICKEY'S GOOD WOEK.
His work of to-day was very well done and
had it not been for the mud the visitors would
only have scored about half as many runs as
they did. The same cause wonld have cut
down the New York's score, too. Still the
home team did fairly well in bunching their
hits, while those of the Smoky City boys were
scattered. By the way the New Yorks started
it on Staley's curves it looked as though a
real old-fashioned slugging match would be the
result Gore sent the ball high over right field
' and Sunday got back to the fence just in time
to get hold of the ball and then drop it The
(Display cave Gore two bases. Tiernan fol
lowed with a drive to left field for three bases
and Gore waded through the mud to the home
Iilate. Bichardson sent a sky scraper to Han
on, who had been laying for something of the
sort and the oat enabled Tiernan to cross the
plate. With one out Connor and Kwing cot to
the bases on balls, and Ward forced wing at
second. The play enabled Connor to get
around to third and he came home when Miller
threw wild in trying to -prevent Ward from
Sunday opened the visitors' half of the first
Inning with a pretty hit to center. A wild pitch
and two sacrifice bits allowed him to score.
COULDN'T CATCH THE GIANTS.
The New Yorks were never headed after
tbey had once cot the lead. In the second in
ning a donble by Gore and singles by Tiernan
and Bichardson cave New Yorks a run, while
in the third inning the visitors added two runs
to their score on a hit to right by Hanlon, a
base on balls byBeckley.a hit to center by
Maul, a lone fly to OBocrke by Miller and a
fumble of the ball by Ewing when it was fielded
in. Both sides got a run each after this, bat it
was no easy matter to score. The pitchers had
settled down in good shape and the fielding had
become sharp. The home team got their last
ran in the fifth inning on a base on balls
bv Bichardson and hits by Ewing and Ward.
The visitors' last run was scored In the seventh
Inning. Staley who was first at bat hit a sharp
grounder to Connor, who was too anxious to
get the ball and missed it altogether. Sunday
forced Staley at second and Hanlon hit a high
liner at KJebardson. which the latter dropped.
A two-bagger by Beckley sent Sunday home.
There were some good hard hits in one or two
of the innings when no runs were scored, but
the required hits to bring home the men on
bases were not forthcoming.
The crowd was much smaller than it has been
at any game so far owing to the threatening
weather and the prospect of a muddy diamond.
XXWTOBK. B B F A S
Gore, m..... 2 2 2
Tiernan. r.. 1 3 6
Connor, 1... I 0 12
Ewing, c... O 1 2
Ward, s 0 2 1
O'lt'rke, 1.. o 0 1
WUltuey, .. s O 2
Welch, p. 0 0 0
Dunlan. 2. 0 0 4
Kuchne, 3... v 0 2
smiUL s oil
Staley, p.... 0 0 0
Totals..... S 9 a 17 4
4 8315 4
New Yorks 3
10 0 10 0 0
0 2 0 0 0 10
Plttsburgs . 1
Earned runs New Yorks, 2; Plttsburgs, 0.
Two-base hits Jore. Beckley 2. Smltl
ATiree-Dase una -1 icniu.
Sacrifice nits Kienarason. Tiernan,
ttofklflv. Sillier. llunlaTj. Knehne.
' Flrstbase on errors SewYorts.1; Plttsbnrgs,2.
Stolen bases-Ward. J; O'Kourke. I.
Double plays ore, Whitney 2, Ward, Rich-
First base on balls By Welch, 3: by Staler, 5.
BtruCJC ous jjt n eicu, i. oy oiaiev, u
Passed balls Miller, J.
Wild pltcbea Welch, L
Time One hour and 43 minutes.
BEAM COMES TO TERMS.
TheLatrobe Tenth Accepta 81,560 for the
Alexander Beam, the Latrobe pitcher, unex
pectedly arrived In the dry yesterday, and de
clared his wBllngness to sign a Pittsburg con
tract. The young man had read Tee Dis
patch and was convinced that there was such
a thing as youngsters having notions that are
toohlentobe wise and safe. This, combined
with the fact that efforts were being made to
sign MUbee, prompted Beam to reasonable ac
tion. Secretary Scandrett was quite prepared to
receive the young man, and business was trans
acted without much trouble. Beam asked
ILM0 for the balance of the seaport, and bis re
quest was granted. He leltfor Washingtun
last evening, where he will join the club to-dav.
He will likely be put in to pitch In to-day's
. President Nhsiek will not make any efforts
to secure anymore pitchers at present .The
new men signed will be given
i be given a lair
If tbey are failures somebody else will be tried
if the old pitchers have not regained their form
by that time. Good -work is expected from
Beam, bat it seems unreasonable to expect blm
to do anything extraordinary for a week or two
The Senators Let Loose and Knock Ont
Washington, May 2L-Inability to hit Fear
son's offectlre pitching with any degree of suc
cess, and poor fielding on the part of Chicago,
cave the Senators an easy victory to-day. The
home club apparently had no trouble in solving
Hutchinson's delivery, and theyfielded in good
style, Pearson's work in the box and Myers
fielding were the features. Score:
wjlsh'tojt. k b r a e
CHICAGOS. B B T X I
Hoy, m 2
Wllmot, I... S
Shock, r 3
Myers, 2 2
Wise, s 2
Sweeny, 3... 0
Stack, c 1
Morrill. 1... 0
Feanson, p.. 0
Barns. .. .
Totals 1313 27 S 4
Totals.... 6 11271610
Washington 2 0 4 4 3 0 0 0
f!hmr 3 0 0 0 10 2 0
Earned runs -Washington., 3; Chlcasos, 1.
Two-base hits-Mack. Duffy, Anson.
Sacrifice hits Myers 2. Anson.
Stolen bases-Wise. Sweeny, rreffer.2.
,'DonbIe plays-Sweeny, Wise and Morrill. Myers
and Wise, Pfeffer and Anson, Hutchinson, Pfef
fer and Anson.
First baseonballs-Hutchlnson3; Pearson, 2.
Hit by pitched ball Wilmot, Shock, Kyan.
Struck out By Fearson, 7; by Hutchison, 4.
Wild pitches Hutchinson. 1.
Time Two hours and;i5 minutes.
Umpires Fessenden and Curry.
ANOTHER NEW riTCHER.
Manager Phillips Seeares a Phenomenon
From a Connecticat Town.
SPECIAL TKLZOniM TO THX DISPATCH.!
NEWY0EK,May 2L Manager Phillips to-day
signed Andrew Dunning, said to be a fine
promising pitcher, playing with theHacket,
Carbart & Co. team, a Commercial League
team, of 8outh Norwalk, Coniu He is 25 years
of age, well built and active, and of neat
appearance. He never drank in bis
life that is, Intoxicants. He pitched
the opening game against New Yoik
in April and the Giants had a tough time "and
onlymaae five1 hits off him. Whitney and
others speak .highly of his ability, having
plenty of sueed and curves. He will probably
pitch to-morrow against Washington, with
Carroll as catcher, as Miller had his thumb
knocked out to-day and will be off three or
four days. Dunning leaves with the team on
the earlv train this morninr.
Manager Phillips has received word of
Beam's signing and will nse him in Thursday's
game. The game scheduled at Philadelphia for
the 29tb will be played between Pittsburg and
Philadelphia on Monday next the 27th. The
Indianapolis are scheduled at Staten Island on
the9tb, but Manager Mutiie is endeavoringto
move the came forward to the 27th, so Pitts
burg ana New York can play at Staten Island
on the 29th, the game postponed by rain yester
day. ASSOCIATION GAMES.
Barnle's Team Beaten In a Good Contest by
Louisville, May 2L Louisville won a game
from Baltimore this afternoon bygood playing.
Kilroy pitched a good game for the visitors
and was batted hard. On the other hand,
Stratton was a puzzler to the visitors. Tbey
could not hit him to count The Lonisvilles'
fielding was without errors. Raymond was hit
in the foot in the second inning and was re
placed by Ehret Attendance small. Score:
Baltimore 0 000001304
Louisville. 1 01204000-8
Base hits Baltlmores, 8;Xoolsvlllej, 12.
Errors Baltlmores. 2; LonlsTlUes, 0.
Pitchers Kilroy and Stratton.
Beat the Brown.
St. Louis, May 2L The Athletics, after ten
innings hard fighting, captured a game from
the Browns to-day. Both King and Weyhing
pitched effectively, but the former was sized
up by Cross in the tenth inning for a long
drive to the bulletin board, sending Fennelly,
who had reached base on balls, across the plate
with the winning ran. The game abounded in
pretty plays, and Fennelly, Comiskey and
weyhing and Cross carried off the honors.
St. Louis 0 11000000 0-2
Athletics 0.1 0000010 13
Base hits St Louis, 7; Atblttlcs, 8.
Errors St Louis, 2: Athletics, 3.
I'ltchers-Klng and Weyhing.
Another for the Reds.
Columbus, 0 May 21. Tho .second game
between Columbus and 'Cincinnatis to-day re
Columbus 1 0 0 2 0 0 3 2 2-10
Cincinnatis .2 0 0 12 0 7 1 -18
Base hits Columbus, 10; Cincinnatis, 12.
Errors Columbus, 3: Cincinnatis, S.
Pitchers Baldwin and Smith. '
Disgusted With Goldsmith.
Kansas City, May 2L Brooklyn won from
Kansas City to-day in a game of hard hitting
and loose fielding by'both teams. The only
notable feature of the game was Goldsmith's
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wretched umpiring, which disgusted the play
era of both clubs and the spectators. Score:
kuiuCltn 2 O03I000 5-1J
Brooklyns 0 115 2 0-2
.Base bits-Kansas Cltys, 10: Brooklyns, 12.
Errors-Kansas Cltys, 7: Brooklyns, 4.
pitchers BwarUel and Ferry.
rgTSCTlX. TELXQBXMS TO THX DISPATCD.l
Toledos 1 3
Bochesters 1 0
Tnrontos 3 2
The Syracuse-London game was postponed on
account of rain.
At Mansfield , .
Minefields 0 0101S000-5
Hamlltons 0 0O00S 10 0-J
Batteries-Bean and Fltzslmmons, Dolan and
Base hits Nine each.
Errors MansSelds, 3; Hamlltons, 1.
Cantons 0 10 10 5 0 1-8
Dartons 0 0000002 4-6
Base hits Cantons, 12; Dayton. 7.
Errors Cantons, 1: Daytons. 3.
Batterles-Blley, Doyle and Sharp; Lemmons
McKeesport In Hard Lack.
The crack baseball club of McKeesport is
somewhat lame, Hamilton, Oat. is after Ber
ger, the catcher, and it is feared Miller will not
return. He is the best pitcher the club had.
Kramm is gone, and it looks as if the absence
of the above players is going to cripple the
club farther. The club will meet the Union
town Club at McKeesport to-morrow and Fri
day and the Duqaesne Clab, of the League, on
Saturday, and good games are expected.
Beat the Keystones.
TJniontown, Pa April 2L The Keystones,-
colored champion club of Pittsburg, played an
interesting game with the home clab here to
day. At the end of the ninth inning they were
a tie with five runs each. In the tenth Union.
town made 3 to the Keystones 2, winning by a
score of 12 to 7. The same clubs play again to
HANOVIB, May 21.
Amhersts 6 10 0 0 0 0 1
Dartmouth! 0 0 0 0 2 0 10
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
(Jacob Stengel Pittsburg
I Mary Poerschel Pittsburg
(James Dick Tarentum
Dorcas E. McCaskey Pittsburg
Joseph Kane North Dakota
Elizabeth Simpson Pittsburg
rRflmnM It. Vita Westmoreland countr
Mary E. Derby Westmoreland county
(John McGregor Mansfield
I Margaret Flynn Mansfield
( Jacob Welnmann Pittsburg
I Hoslue Laffely Pittsburg
(Kuina Golnbom Allegheny
(James A. Armneld Mifflin township
J Susie E. Fulmer Mifflin township
I Samuel L. Woodward Elizabeth township
J Etta P. Tarr Elizabeth township
(John P.Thompson Allegheny
I Amelia Brenuels Allegheny
(Louis Schwartz Allegheny
( William Habers tick Allegheny
Lizzie KUllns Allegheny
( George H. :Welssert Bhaler township
Maggie Gunning Bhaler township
t Frank Baney Pittsburg
J Maggie Ed gar Pittsburg
t Frederick Rossie West Bellevue
5 Sarah Brltte Allegheny
(Tony Hall Allegheny
i Mollle Hartman Allegheny
(Beverly C. Gordon Pittsburg
Millie B. Eeed Pittsburg
(George M.Acton ..Pittsburg
Mary C. Perry Bankavillo
BELLMAN On Monday night May 20. 1889.
atllSO, at her residence, Sharpsbnrg, Lizzie
M., wife of Conrad Bellman, aged 28 years and
Funeral will take place from the residence,
No. 4 Clay street Sharpsbnrg, on Thubsdat
AFTEBNOON, May 23, at 2 o'clock. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
BELTZHOOVER On Monday. May 20, Mbs.
Hetty T. Beltzhooveb, aged 69 years.
Funeral services will take place at her late
residence, rear of 2844 Penn avenue, on Wed
nesday mobning. May 22, at 9 o'clock. Inter
ment at Concord cemetery. Southern avenue.
BROWN On Monday, May 20, 1889, at Ho
boken, Pa., at ! a. it, Irene F. Wallett,
wife of W. R. Brown.,
Funeral from residence of her husband on
Wednesday mobning at 9. Services at
Presbyterian church corner of Twentieth and
Sarah sts., Pittsburg, S. S., on Wednesday at
BURROWS On Monday at 12 P. M., Pnnjp
Funeral services at his late residence, 115
Crawford street Pittsburg, on Wednesday
afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Interment private.
DITTLER At his residence. Congress and
Fifth avenue, on Tuesday, May 21, 1889, at 825
p. it., John Frederick Dittler, sb., in his
'Notice of funeral in evening papers.
HAMMERLY On Monday. May 20. 1889. at
2:30 P. M., Henby Hammsbly, aged 88 years
Funeral from his late residence. Thirty
seventh street and Penn avenue, on Wednes
day at 2 P. M. Friends of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend. 2
HALL-On Monday, May 20, 1889, at 130 A.
m,, John Y. Hall, at the residence of bis son,
J. M. K. Hall, Elhnwild station, P. & W. R. R,
aged 84 years.
Remains will arrive on U A. M. train, P. A
W. depot, on Wednesday, to proceed to
Uniondale Cemetery. 3
HAY On Monday, May 20, at 830 o'clock,
Lieutenant Frank W. Hay. of Ahl Battery,
youngest son of Captain John Hay, late of
Funeral on WEDNESDAY- on arrival of train
at Federal street station at 1 o'clock p. M. In
terrment private. 2
HECKERT At the residence of his parents,
corner Negley avenue and Margaretta street
East End, Monday, May 20, 1889, at 9:10 p.m.,
Willie Hay, son of W.R.aud Kate Krebs
Heckert, aged 7 months and 11 days.
Funeral services Wednesday afternoon,
May 22, at 2 o'clock. Interment private.
HUGHES-On Tuesday, May 21, 18S9, at 4:10
A.M., at St Francis Hospital, Forty-fourth
street, Andrew D. Hughes, brother of John
D. Hughes, Forty-fifth street member of
branch No. 1 C. M. B. A.
Remains will be taken to Titusrille via A. V.
R. R. Funeral from the residence of his
brother, D. D. Hughes, Titusvllle, Pa, on
KRAMER Tuesday morning, Edward, son
of J.N. and MaryK-Muntz.
Funeral services Thursday at 2 p.m. Inter
STOREY On Tuesday. May 21, 1889, at S P.
M., Mary Ann, wife of William G. Storey, in
the 69th year of her age.
Funeral services at the residence of her son,
William L Storey, 15 Carver street Twenty-first
ward, on Thursday, the 23d, at 2 p. m.
Brownsville, Fa, papers please copy.
WOOLSLAIR At the family residence, No.
141 Auburn st. Twenty-first ward, on Tuesday,
May 21, 1889, at 930 P. M., Blakissa, wife of
tho late John Woolslalr, in her 77th year.
Notice of f uneral hereafter. v 2
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onr Lacing Hooks are offered for
The genuine Foster Glove Hookp
do not catch in Fringe, Laces, &c,
nor accidentally unfasten.
All Gloves with genuine Foster
Lacings are stamped
Demand them and tee that you get them.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
FOSTER, PAUL A 00.,
Mme, KelloiE's French Tailor System
of dress cutting. Tbe only system in America
that cuts the Worth bias dart. It consists
'of a tailor's wooden square, wooden dart and
ueeve ruie ana scales, tne same as nest mercn.
ant tailors use, and a 40-page instruction book.
System and thorough instruction In cutting
and basting. $10. Call for circulars or address
M. A. DA-VIS, 611 Penn are. myli-WFSu
WE ARE STILL SELLING THE "PARIS
"Bang" so much worn, also switches
made from combings at reduced rates. A fine
supply of ladles' braids and wave pieces. You
know the place, 23 Fifth ave., Hugus & Hacko
myl9-W8u MISS MARIE LANDERS.
TO EUROPE ALL THE POPULAR
steamers sailing this and next month are
rapidly oiling up.
delay. Tickets, d
Apply for berths without
drafts and letters of credit at
N. Y. rates. MAX SCHAMBERG & CO., 627
A Few More Tempting
CARPETS AND CURTAINS In this department we have some remarkable bargains. First, in Body Brussels Carpets we oQer
nlicated in nn v TPirnlnr market for less than SI and SI 25. Come early for choice: better goods at SI ud. Our line of Tapestry Brussels at
grains in great variety. Hall, Stair Carpets, Carpet Squares, Bogs and Mats, all sizes. Oil Cloths, all widths, at right prices. In Lace Curtains and Curtain-materials we have as
usual the most complete stock. Thousands of Curtains sold this season and plenty more of those specialties at SI, $120, SI 50, $3 and up toS5'a pair, while wetra certain they
have never been surpassed in value; new lines from 50o to $20, just opened of our own importation. Silk and Oriental Curtains, heavy Turcoman and Chenille Curains and Por
tieres, S3 a pair up. Curtain Laces, Scrims, etc., by the yard. Also, Tapestries and Silks for Curtains by the yard at close prices. "Window Shades, spring fixtures coViplete, 33Jo
up. Shade. Cloths, all colors. Unrtain .roles in cnerry, eoony, wainui, oan. ana oamooo, wiia trimming in great variety, v isu our upnoisiery department, you win nnarncomplete.
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT All the novelties in Hats and Bonnets, trimmed and untrimmed. All widths and colors in Ribbons for hat trimmings, dress ajajsyj
work. Wealths of blowers in wreaths, roses, sprays, buds, etc. Gauzes, Laces, Nets, etc. Misses' school and dress Hats. Boys' Hats, infants' Caps, full assortments at popular
IN DRESS GOODS we offer special bargains this week. 40-inch all-wool Gray Serges, 25 and 31c, would be cheap at 40o and 50e. All-wool Cashmeres, summer weights, 33e
and 60c In Henriettas, 50c for 46-inch goods. All-wool Debeiges 30o to 75c. Fine assortment Cloth Suitings, light weights and colors, from 60c to S3. Black and white Plaids,
stripes and mixtures, 25c, 37Hc 60c and 75c Large lines Novelties for combinations, 50c to $2. Black and colored Albatross. Black Nun's Veilings, plain and side bands.
Serges. Cashmeres, bilk Warp Henriettas at SI and SI 25 are specially good. In Silks Bee the 24-inch Black Gros Grain at SI, SI 12 and SI 25 for bargains. Black Dress Silks,
60o up. Black Surahs, extra values, 45c, 60c, 65c and 75c Black Failles, Armnres, Baratheas, Radzimers and other fancy weaves at cash prices.
IN CLOAK ROOM Grand bargains for this week in Jerseys, Cloth and Stockinette Jackets, Silk and Cashmeres, Capes and Fichus, Beaded Capes. Suits for ladles aad.
misses. Wash Suits and Wrappers. Prices away down.
PAEASOLS AND SXJN UMBRELLAS.
Immense line of Parasols for ladies and children. Tbe long La Tosca handles as well as the medium and short ones, in plain, striped and check silks and black. Gold tipped
Umbrellas, SL SI 12 up. A specialty in Gloria Silk at SI 50, SI 75.
New Goods in bovs' and men's Striped Kersey Flannel Shirts, boys' Waists, Underwear for men, ladies, misses. Hdslerr and Gloves. Traveling Valises, Satchels and Bmm
at popular prices. Mail orders receive prompt
READ THIS CARD.
IP YOU WANT
THE PLACE TO BTJTI8
DAIN & DASCHBACH.
THE THIE NOW.
To appreciate tbe quality and beauty of
onr jfnrmture, seo that displayed by
other reliable dealers of Pittsburg and
legheny before calling on us.
To gain tbe full value of tbe bargains we
are offering, price the articles you 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.
IS BUSINESS AT
Good Goods and Low Prices make it
so. The people are good judges, and,
when in want of Furniture, Carpets,
House Furnishing Goods, Baby Car
riages, etc., they naturally .will buy
these goods where they can get the best
value for their money, viz: .
Cash and Credit House,
923 and 925 Penn Ave,, .
Neab Hurra Stbest.
ISTOpen Saturdays till 10 p. M.
ONLY $1 00.
This is the finest woven Hammock in tbe
world. Tbe meshes will not separate like the
old Mexican Hammock and WILL NOT PULL
Full length, 11 feet; wldtb, 3 feet
Postpaid to any part of tbe United States for
receipt of tl 20.
From 60o to the finest qnalitles.mt.de, In the
greatest variety of shapes.
Caps, 50c; Belts, fOc: Blazers, S3 60 and to 00;
Knee Pants. $3 00 and S3 SU; Long Pants, S3 00;
Bilk Sashes, S3 50; Flannel Shirts, from II 0;
Silk Jersey Shirts, ti 00 to S7 00. Complete Out
fit S10 00. Also English Tennis and Lounging
441 WOOD STREET.
Five Doors from Fifth avenue. my20-jrwr ,
PHOTOGRAPHER, 16 81XTH STREET.
A fine, large crayon portrait KfiO; see them
before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets, i and
S2 50perdoien. PROMPT DELIVERY.
aueniwn. orXiULAXi uaii ana see ine intending oargains we are onering.
167 and 169 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY, PA.
STRANGERS ATTENDING THE
Will find that onr stores offer advantages equal
ed by few; excelled by nope.
We Claim lonr Patronage.
PIEST "We have a brand new store Trith
a brand new stock. No old goods. No
remnants. No soiled or damaged wares.
SECOND We deliver goods free of
charge in Pittsburg and Allegheny, no mat
ter how small the purchase. We deliver all
purchases promptly. "We deliver goods free
of charge to any point within 50 miles of
Pittsburg, when amount ot purchase is $5
or upward (house furnishing goods, toys,
china, glasswaie, trunks, baby carriages, re
frigerators, lamps, bronzes, etc., excepted).
THIRD Our Waiting Eooms. Onoursec
ond and third floors are our waiting rooms.
They are nicely furnished for the comfort
and convenience of our friends and custom
ers. Tables are liberally supplied with pop
ular magazines and city newspapers. Desks
are furnished with writing materials, free
to the use of all. Waitins; becomes a pleas
ure instead of a bore, and time passes swift
ly in the entertainment we offer. Toilet ac
commodations are attached, with every nec
essary convenience. We want every one to
be AT HOME in our stores, and have made
our waiting rooms an inviting inducement
to all our friends and customers who wish
"FOURTH Bundles and parcels checked
SPECIAL OPENING THIS WEEK
OF MILLINERY, trimmed and un
trimmed. Parasols and Umbrellas, Summer
Gloves, Hosierv and Underwear, Laces,
Embroideries and Lingerie.
Fleishman & Go's.
NEW DEPARTMENT ST0BES,
504,506 and 508 Market st.
No charge for trimming in onr Millinery De
partment when materials are purchased here.
CUP THIS ADVERTISEMENT.
It will entitle you to a souvenir,
if presented to us when you make
HE AMERICAN FIRE
Total Assets, January L 1887 C.301,853 68
EDWARDS &EM2J2TEYt Ag'ta,
Q9 FOURTH AVE., Pittsburg, Fa.
Telephone 76a jalMO-w
When Making Tour Purchases, and by Doing So'
Tou 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 it Our prices are the lowest and all1
our goods are recommended. So it will pay you well to deal with lis.
NOW IS YOUR TIME TO BUY,
As there Is but very little time now left before the busy season starts. Come now"
and make your selections. By paying a small amount down, you 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 is full of them. Hurry, now, and get the attention paid you thatcan
not be given when we have become busy.
Lovely New Parlor Suits.
Elegant New Bedroom Suits.
New Carpets. New Bugs.
New Druggets. New Goods. J
Everything new, from the highest to the lowest, and don't forget that anythlag
in our house can be bought either for
CASH OR VERY EASY PAYMENTS.
HOPPER BROS. & CO.,
307 WOOD STREET, BET. THIRD AND FOURTH AYES.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE "NEW HIGH AM" DAVIS SEWING MACHINE.
PRICE OF LIBERTY."
Constant supervision is theprfeeo!
cess. As seasonable pruntngs are to a tree,
so are constant reductions to success In dry
goods. Two times a year wa cut oS all
surplus; fifty-two times each year we reia
spect our work; fifty-two times a year wa
have a sale with special offerings in our'
seventy-five departments. Our famous low
prices have made ov names renowned, aad
thus from day to day renotm increases be
cause of values given.
9 AAA m7i sf'fiM'rMlvMftftf af ftX J
3,000 yards fancy stripe Bourette Suiting;
at 8c a vara.
3,000 yards English Beiges mizedj check
ed, plaid and stripes at lye a yard.
2,000 yards Mohair Suitings (side bands) at
19c a "yard.
2,000 yards French Figured ChalliesatSlo a
2,000 yards Persian Challies at 23c a yard.
1,000 yards Satin Finished Cashmere at 39a
1,500 yards Cretonne Suitings, double fold,
all-wool, splendid quality, at 34c a yard.
1,500 yards Albemarle Suitings at 39o a
3,000 yards Silk Surahs, black and colors,
44c a yard.
1,500 yards Satin Bhadames at 79c a yard.
3,000 yards Figured Shanghai Silk at 59c a
1,000 yards Black Gros Grain Silk at 74e a
2,000 yards Faille Francaise Silk,blaek and
colors, at 89c a yard.
CDrPI HI ..INACnVEPREPABA.
OrELulAL -HON the greatest slaugh
ter sale of Hemstitched Embroideries,
Insertions and Flouncings that has ever
taken place in this or any other city, due
notice of which will be given in all the
Special attention is called to
our new Housefurnishing De
MORRIS H. DANZIGER.
SIXTH ST. AND PENN
JL O. D. LEVIS. Solicitor of Pateats, ,
1S1 Fifth avenue, abOTS HmithfleldroeatLoidae
ocice. trtoaeiayj Astaonsnea zu jeanf "--
Saturdays TJntll lO o'clock.
a lot at 7Co and 80e a yard, eannot be dew
60c unequaled for aualitr and desiern. In.
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