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THE PITTSBTJKG DISPATCH, THURSDAY, MAY N 23, 1889.
& DBEABT OUTLOOK
Charley Foley Thinks the League
Prospects Are Blue.
SOMETHING ABOUT PITTSBURG.
Beat the Bostons in a Good
ALTOOKA THKOWS DP THE BPONGE.
Besnlt of All tie Games and
Details of the Race meetings, a letter
from St. John about Tecmer and other
portlE Newa vrtll be found on the Sixth
Games Played Yesterday.
PHXX-ADEXPHIA.&. 4....Cl.EVEI.AKI)S.... 3
IXDIAXAPOLIS.... S....BOSTOKS 4
NETTYOBKS 1I....CHICAGOS 4
1JALTIMOKES 11....LOC1SVII.LES. 2
St.Locis B....ATU1.ETIC8 5
Ueookltks. ...... 13.. .. Kansas Citts.... 7
BnrrAxos "....Tolkbos 2
BYRACtTSES 3....TOBONTOS 1
LONDOXS S....EOCHESTEKS 7
Detboits 3....HAMll.TOSS(Ont) 0
National League Pittsburgs at Wash
ington; Chlcagos at New York: Clevelanda at
Philadelphia; Indianapolis at Boston.
American association Brooklyns at
Kansas City; Baltimores at Louisville; Cincin
natis at Columbus; Athletics at St. Louis.
IXTERSATIOIfAI. LEAGUE Torontos at
Syracuse; Londons at Bochester; Detroits at
Hamilton; Toledos at Buffalo
Won. LosLCt. Won. LosUCt.
"Bostons 14 6 .TOO CIeveltnd6...1l IS .4oS
PhUadelphlasM 6 .TOO Indianapolis I U .408
Neworks...l3 9 .KHirittsbnrjrs. 14 .SJ1
Chlcagos 11 It .478 W ashlnstons 8 13 .278
Bt- Tennis 34 9 .73
Won, Lost. Ct.
Cincinnati!.. .IS 16 .484
Baltimores... .13 IS .4M
Brooklyns.... 17 11 .007
KansasCltyS..I7 13 .567
Athletics 13 U .489
Columbus. .... 18 .333
Loulsvllles.... s zi .at
THE SEASON'S OUTLOOK.
Some Interesting Opinions About the Nation
al Leasee's Prospects.
It is interesting to know the difference of
opinion there exists in National League
cities regarding the prospects of the season.
So far, judging from practical results in the
East there does not seem to have been that
amount of success anticipated. President
J. B. Bay, of the New York club, however,
and one or two others seem to be well satis
fied as to the financial achievements so far.
The "Western authorities are also to some ex
tent satisfied and very hopeful of the future.
In a letter to the writer. Charles J. Foley,
of Boston, expresses the following interest
ing opinion on the question.
The outlook in the League is very poor for a
money making season. New Yolk's being
ousted from the Polo Grounds is a great finan
cial loss to all clubs. Chicago, too, has not a
very bright outlook unless the club pulls to
gether and makes a bid for one of the leading
positions. Chicago has always made money.
They will make money this year, but not so
much as last season, when it was estimated
that they cleared $S5,000.
BOSTON MADE X FILE.
Boston cleared more than this large amount,
and New York cleared about as much as Chi
cago. But New York this year! Well, sir, un
less the State . Island patronage increases the
club will have all they can do to come out
whole. Washington, as usual, is In the slough
-ot despair and Indianapolis Is not doing much
SsUen Pittsbure is a fine nail town, but I
Vruess the citizens are becoming tired of seeing
their team struggling for the unenviable sixth
position year after ear.
In the American Association there Is a pros
pect of Louisville going to the walk unless the
team is suddenly bolstered up. Boston beats
the world for baseball. Whr.lnthe four New
York games the attendance was over 29.000.
turnstile count. Pittsburg dropped four days
In succession and yet they drew about 14,000
people. Oh, it's great here; but as the rounders
would aptly say, 'Tin dead lairy of the other
towns." The batting of the Bostons is some
thing different from anything ever seen hero.
Even Charlie Radbourn has taken the fever,
and lines two or three hits to the outfield right
along. Brouthers is hitting the ball harder
than any man in the country, and has a per
centage close to .GOO. Kelly, too, Is batting in
great shape, and has won the esteem of the
people once again. The people of this town
were very sore on "The Only" a short time ago,
but people forgive everything when the clpb
keeps winning right straight along. The race
is still young, and some of the teams who are
crippled at present will get their men in trim
and pay up for past losses. New York is In
hard luck, but Pittsburg is crippled worse than
any other team.
I am sorry to hearof Pittsburg being in such
a deplorable condition after starting out so
well. Pittsburg has a team of fine starters, but
had finishers; besides, their catching depart
ment Is weak.
TWAS VERY CLOSE.
The Hooslers Down the Bostons In a Good
Boston, May 22. The Indianapolis defeated
the Bostons in an exciting game to-day that
was full of fine plays. The batting was about
even. The only man to strike out on either
side were the pitchers: Score:
BOSTON. B S r A XltKDIAN'F'6 R B T A X
Brown, 1.... 2 11
Johnston, m 0 2 0
Ganzell, r... Ill
llroutbers,l. 1 2 13
ltlchtl's'n, 2, 0 1 1
ash, 3 0 11
Salnn. &.... 0 0 1
ennett. c. 0 0 3
Clark son, p. 0 0 3
2 bcerT. 1
0 Glasscock, s
niues.1 1 1
Denny, 3... o I
bulllvan, m. 1 2
Buckley.c... 0 0
M;Geac'v, r 0 1
Totals 4 8 24 15 3
Totals ..... 5 8 27 11 4
Indianapolis 2 0101001- 5
Bostons 2 O10001004
Earned runs Bostons. 1: Indianapolis, 1.
Two-base hits Sullivan. Ganzcl.
Three-base hit Brouthers.
First base on errors Indianapolis, 2: Bostons, L
Btolen bases Hlnes. Denny, Brown, 3; John
ston, Richardson. &ash.
. Double plays Bassett, Glasscock and Hlnes;
First base on balls Seery, Hlnes, Brown, 2;
bacriBce hits-Bines, Denny, Buckley, Bassett,
Hit by pitched ball-Btchardson.
btruck out tietieln. Clarkson. 3.
Time One hour and 43 minutes.
CAME TO BLOWS.
The Babies and Phillies Have a Terr
Philadelphia, May 22. O'Brien's inability
to get tho ball across the plate and a clever ex
hibition of sacrifice'hltting, gave the Phillies
the first game with Cleveland this afternoon.
TheTisltors found considerable fault with tho
umpiring, and they once threatened to leave
the field, but reconsidered. In the seventh in
jiing. as Strieker was running up to third on a
wfla throw by Clements, Hallman interfered
with him, Tebean, who was standing at third,
"kept pushing Strieker toward home, and be
cause Clements touched the runner out, he
rTntutaul hit the Phillies' catcher in the nerlr.
Before Clements could retaliate Farrar parted
the men. Faatz was fined $50 for back talk,
and Tebean $10. Game was called on account
of rain. Score:
THILAD'A. B B P X Z
CLEVELA'S R B P A X
0 10 0
Strieker. 2. 0
SloAleer, m. 1
McKean. s.. 0
2 0 3 1
2 0 0 0
Twitcheil, L 0
1 S 0 2
0 8 0 0
raaiz, i. . 1
0 0 2
0 0 0
Hallman, s. 0
Buffintoa p. O
0 1 3.
1 Zlmmer, c...
Totals 4 7 21 S S Totals 3 S 21 U 1
1'Mladelphlas -0 0 0 0 1 1 2 4
Clcvclands... O 1 0 0 2 0 o 3
Earned rnns Phlladclphlas, 1; Cleveland, 0,
Two-base lilts Thompson.
Sacrifice lilts-Delcbanty, JTogarty, Mulvey.
Jarrar, Bufflngton, Strieker. Baatord, Tebean.
VDooble plays-McKean, Strieker, Tebean and
ri Zlmmer. t
gjrirst base on balls By Bufflngton, 1; O'Brien, 5.
lilt by pitched ball-O'Brien, 1.
Struck out By Bufllngton, S; O'Brien, 2.
l'&ised ball Zlmmer. f.
Time of game One hour and 40 minutes.
TEH IN GREAT SHAPE.
He Puzzles Anion Boys Tho Giants Win
New Yoek, May 22,-The New York and
Chicago baseball teams played their first game
of the season together at St. George to-day.
Keefo was effective, but wild, giving eight men
first on called balls. The home team won
rather- easily, doing by far the better work with
the bat Score:
NEWTOEK. B'B r A Z
CUICAQOS. B B P A B
Gore, m 2
Tlernsn. r.. I
Connor, 1... 3
Kwiiie, c.... !
Ward, s 1
U'K'rke, 1.. 0
Whitney, S.. 0
Kecfe, p.... 0
i o i e
0 0 10
0 1 I 6
0 0 10
10 4 0
Totals 1111311 fi
4 a 27 IS 8
NewYorks 0 0 0 2 i 0
Cblcasros 0 0 0 0 4-0
1 3 0-11
0 0 0-4
Earned runs -2ewYorks, 6.
Two-base nits-Wore, Tiernan, Mn.
Three-base hit Ward.
1 llt base on errors New Yorks, 4: Chlcaros. 4
btolen baes Tlcrnan, Connor, 0'Kourke.Kyan,
Doublo plays-Ryan, Weffer, Anson: Gore and
First bate on balls-By Keefe, 8: byTener, 5.
Sacrifice hlls-Blcbardson, wlng, Ward 2,
U'Rourke, W hltney, Anson.
Struck out By Keefe 4; byTener, 4.
1'atsed ball bommer.
Time Two hours and IS minutes.
Barnle's Ken Nearly Shut the Louisville Lot
Louisville. Ky., May 22. Louisville was
barely saved a shutout to-day by errors of
Baltimore in the eighth inning. Ewing's
pitching was fairly good, but Baltimore batted
strong, and without any brilliant work bit
safe. On the other hand, it was Louisville's
oil day with the stick. Their fielding was close.
Weatber raw and attendance small. Score:
Baltimores 0 0 3 2 0 0 8 0 x 11
Loulsvllles. 0 0000002 0 2
Base bits Baltimores, 11; LoulsvUles, 6.
ErrorsBaltlmores. 2; Loulsvllles, 1.
Pitchers Cunningham and Ewlng.
THEY WERE PATCHED DP.
Brooklyn Trims Up the Crippled Cowboys.
Kassas Cut, May 22. The patched up
Kansas City team played a very ragged field
ing game to-aay and Brooklyn had a walkover,
though Conway held them down to eight hits.
Conway, Davis and Hoover made most of the
errors. Catcher Reynolds was .released to
Brooklyn to-day. Score:
Kansas CItys... 3 00000040-7
Brooklyns 1 2 0 4 5 0 10 13
Base hits Kansas Cltys. 10: Brooklyns, 8.
Errors Kansas Cltys, 10; Brooklyns, 4.
Pitchers Conway and Carruthers.
A JDG-HAKDLED GAME.
The Browns Defeat the Athletics by 9
St. Louis, Mo., May 22. The Browns won a
jug-handled game from the Athletics to-day in
the presence of a good crowd. Devlin, though
wila, pitched well, and held the big Athletic
sluggers at bay. Seward was wild at times, but
did fairly well. Robinson spilt a finger in the
third inning and gave way to Gunning. Score:
St. Louis 0 0800100 0 S
Athletics 3 10010000-5
Base hits bt. Louis, 9; Athletics, 8.
Errors St. Louis, 0: Athletics, 1.
Pitchers Devlin and Seward.
THINKS WELL OF ENGLAND.
A Pittsburg Pitcher Doing Great Work at
Director Smith, of the Wheeling ball club,
was in the city yesterday and talked very hope
fully of his club. He said:
"We do not intend to sell Kennedy, our
young pitcher. He is too useful to sell just
now, as we think we can win the Tn-State
league pennant. We have secured a good man
in England, the one-armed Pittsburger. He
has not lost a game for us yet He pitches
well and makes at least one hit in every game.
We cannot desire any more than that."
Mr. Smith went on to say that the Wheeling
club hasr re-leased its grounds for three years.
The rent in future will be 1400 per year instead
of S300. The grounds could havs been bought
three years ago for S9,000, but the price is 112.
rsrxCIAL TKLIGEAU6 TO TBS DISrATCTt.1
BufTalos 2 0 0 0 0
Toledos 0 0 10 0
At Syracuse (twelve innings)
Syracuse. 0 0 10 0 0 0 0
Torontos 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 1
Rochester's 2 3 0 0 0
Londons 2 0 12 0
namtltons o 0 0 0 0
Detroit o 0 0 0 0
Divided tho Spoils.
Detroit, Micn-.May22. The stockholders
of the old Detroit National League Club met
yesterday and declared a dividend of $54,000.
The directors own four-fifths of the 400 shares
of stock. The par value of each share is S50.
and the holders will receive $135 per share.
There is still more money to be divided, and
the Rowe-White matter is still unsettled.
Alloona Goes Down.
Greensbueo, Pa., May 22 The Altoona
club has forfeited its place in the "Western
Pennsylvania league for the reason that suita
ble grounds could not be obtained in thatplace.
Secretary Harrington will call a meeting in a
few days to choose another club and It Is said
it will likely be one of the clubs in the East
There Is a letter at this office for the T. M.
Marshall Ball Club.
The Gumberta. of Tarentum. and thn TTnv.
stones will play at Cycle Park to-morrow alter
noon. The B. H. Scotts beat the P. J. Donahues by
17 to 12 yesterday. Snyder, of the Scotts,
struck out 14 men.
The Electric Stars have organized and want
to hear from junior clubs. Address Louis
Brosie, 64 Ross street.
Rain prevented the League game at Wash
ington yesterday, and cold weather stopped the
The colored barbers have organized a club
and want to hear from the German barbers.
Address G. D. Sherron, US Wylie avenue.
The Arties of Glenwood would like to hear
from any of the clubs in or around Pittsburg
either for next Saturday or Decoration Day
Address Thomas Dunlap.
The S. Bennett Club have organized with
the following players: Catchers, TV Trainer and
A. Owens; pitchers. J. Dougherty and Frank
Dickey: s. s M. F. Howley; 1st, M. Dougherty:
2d, B. Mathews; Sd, P. Butler: left. J. Good:
center, E. Bennett: right, J. Quia. They would
like to hear from the T. M. Marshall. Our
Boys and East End Athletics. William O'Brien
is to manage the team. Address all communi
cations to William O'Brien, 706 Fifth avenue,
a partial eesuiiption.
One of tho Rollins; Mills at Reading
Start Up Next Week.
Beading, May 22. It was announced
here this afternoon that the Keystone Roll
ing Mill, which employed oyer 250 men be
fore the Beading Iron Works failure, since
which time it has been idle, wonld resume
next Monday, to run independent hereaftc:
ot the Heading iron worts, nndingama:
ket for its product around Pittsburg.
This, taken in connection with the fafct
that beilerrs rolling mill, which has also
been closed since the iron works iaHAri.
. . . ... r'"i
has also resumed with 50 men, indicates
h.ifrnr. TimA Tw rm .,,,. .... ....; .
w'b1"- wm.wj .w, .u.- ..j ttuu ftCl'MOn,
Both Dark nnd Light Colorings 1 Our
Bargain India Silk.
27-inch goods as low as 63 cents, 24-inch 50
cents. New styles and colors; bridbt, Iresh
attractive goods, decidedly worthcoming to
O.UJtNE OJ jo. s.
Penn Avenfee Stores.
Gents' Thin Underwear.
360 dozen colored and baluriggan under
wear at 37c, 45e50c, woAh 50 per cent
store, at Itoseubaum Ss Govs, 27 Fifth ave.
XJUirs and revolvers jrareiully repaired.
ana for hire, tents for sale, at J. H.
ohntton'a Great "Western Gun "WnrV ina
Smithfield st, ) ttssu
see the Silk Striped Cream Moasscllncs at
Fink and blue stripes, dainty and fine, a
lovely dress fabric, new end only 60c a yard.
JOS. HOBNE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
What Does It Mean ?
"Why, it simply "means that we will name
three big bargains for to-day's sale and sell
some o! our finest suits at $3, $10 and 912.
Call to-day and see these bargains. One
thousand patterns and everyone bright, new
and fresh, at.the P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and
Diamond sts., opp. the new Court House.
Real Alligator Traveling Bags-10-Ineh
Rise 50c an inch, both in polished nat
ural color and black, club shape, both hand
sewed and riveted. , "
Penn Avenue Stores.
Elgin, Hampden nnd Waltham Watches
In gold or silver cases. The largest and
most complete stock in the city at E. P. Eob
erts & Sons', corner Fifth ave. and Mar
ket st mtt
SInrrlage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
(Lewis Clark MoonTownsblp
lLoe J. Deemer Moon Township
(John Thomay Pittsburg
Maria Tomschker Pittsburg
(James Walsh Allegheny
5 George Bets Pittsburg
I Emma C. A. Bachman Pittsburg
J Mary E. Ehrh-jrt McKeesport
(Harry McDonald Pittsburg
Bridget Ginty Pittsburg
t Philip Beckert Koss Township
J Anna K. Slebert Boss Township
(Lawrence J. Cromley Pittsburg
1 Caroline Lowingher Pittsbursr
j Michael Mlnlbam Allegheny
I Bridget McCarthy Allegheny
(John C. Phillips Braddock
(Martha J. Meredith Braddock
( Godfrey Ponnenhaucr Lincoln Township
(Caroline Selm Lincoln lownshlp
(John W. Helm Pittsburg
J Eliza Thomas Pittsburg
LOOMIS WALLACE On Wednesday, May
22, 16S9, at the residence of the bride's parents,
178 St Mark's avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y., by the
Rev. William Greenough, assisted.by the Rev.
Dr. J. Allen Maxwell, Ankie Williams,
daughter of William H. and Etta Gregg Wal
lace, to M. DeWitt Looms, of Pittsburg, Pa.
BELLMAN On Monday night, May 20. 18S9.
at 11:30, at her residence, Sbarpsburg, Lizzie
M., wife of Conrad Bellman, aged 2S years and
Funeral will take place from the residence.
No. 4 Clay street Sbarpsburg, on Thursday
afternoon. May 23, at 2 o'clock. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
CAMPBELL On Wednesday, May 22, 18S9,
at 820 p.m., James Campbell, in the 50th
year of his age.
Funeral from bis late residence, 77 White
Oak alley. Allegheny, on Friday at 2p.m. 2
CLENDINNING On Wednesday morning
at 7 o'clock, at his residence. West Deer town
ship, Charles Clendinning, in the 101st
year of his age.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
DITTLER At his residence, corner Congress
and Fifth avenue, Pittsburg, on Tuesday. May
21, 1889, at 925 p. m., John Frederick Drrr
ler, Sr., in bis 68th year.
Fnneral services FRIDAY afternoon, May
24, at 2 o'clock. Interment private. 2
HEIM At 10 o'clock Wednesday morning.
May 22, 1SS9, George F. Heim, member of tho
firm of Heim &NeIder, liverymen, in bis 2Sth
Funeral will take place from his late resi
dence No. 82 Second street, Allegheny City, at
10 o'clock Friday morntno. Services will
beheld at Bt John's Evangelical Lutheran
Church, corner Madson and Liberty street In
terment from Perrysville. Friends of the fam
ily are respectfully invited to attend. 2
KEYS On Wednesday morning, May 22,
18S9, at 8 JO, ALLAN, son of John C. and Mag
gie A Keys, aged 1 year 8 months 22 days. ,
Funeral Friday, May 24, at 9 A. M.. from No.
i Stevenson street, Pittsburg. Interment
MORIN. On Wednesday, Mav 22, 18S9. at
1120 a. St., Lizzie, daughter of Martin and
Rose Morin, aged 9 years and 1 month.
Funeral from her late residence, Gazzam
street, Fourteenth ward, on Friday After
noon at 2 o'clock. Friends of tha family are
respectfully invited to attend.
MTJNTZ At Butler. Pa., on Tuesday morn
ing, Mav 21, 1889, Edward Kramer, son of J.
N. and Mary K. Muntz.
Funeral services at 2 v. M. on Thursday.
WOOLBLARE On Tuesday, May 21, 18S9,
at 9:30 p. m., Clarissa, relict of the late John
Woolslare, in the 77th year of her age.
Funeral services at the family residence. No.
Ill Auburn street Twenty-first ward, on Fri
day, 21th instant at 2 F. M. 2
JAMES ARCHD3ALD & BRO.,
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES, '
117, 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below
Smithfield st, next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages for funerals,S3. Carriages for operas,
parties, ic, at the lowest rates. All new car
riages. Telephone communication. myl-ll-TT3
JOHN L. TREXLER & CO.,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Livery
and Boarding Stables. Nos. 878 and'SSO
Beaver ave. Residence. 6S1 Preble
ave., Allegheny City.
Telephone 3416. mh23-MThSu
TlEPRESEHTED IN PITTSBURG IN ISO.
ASSETS - . $9071,63633.
Insurance Co. of North' A.mertca
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-D
WESTERN INSURANCE CO.
Assets J. SU3.50187
NO. 4U WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIMICK, President
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President
fe22-26-TTS WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
BLOODS DUJCH COCOA.
,f50 CUPS FOR SL
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold finings from $1 up. Amalgam, 50c;
silver, 7Sb: white alloy, JL
DBS. McCLAREN & WAUG AMAN. Dentists,
Corner Smithfield and Fourth avenue
A Few More Tempting
OABPETS AND CURTAINS In this
licated in any xegular market for less than SI
rains in great Variety. Hall, Stair Caroets.
usual the most complete stock. Thousands of
have never been surpassed in value; new lines from 60c to $20, just opened of our own importation. Silk and Oriental Curtains, henvy Turcoman and Chenille Curtains and Por
tieres, $3 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 complete, 33Jc
up. Shade Cloths, all colors. Curtain Poles In cherry, ebony, walnut, oak and bamboo, with trimming in great variety. Visit our upholstery department, you will find it complete.
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT All the novelties in Hats and Bonnets, trimmed and nntrimmed. AIL widths and colors in Ribbons for hat trimmings, dress nnrl Innnv
work. "Wealths of Flowers in wreaths, roses, sprays, buds, etc. Gauzes, Laces, Nets, etc Misses' school and dress Hats. Boys' Hats, infants' Caps, full assortments at popular
prices. "" '
IN DRESS GOODS we offer special bargains this week. 40-inch all-wool Gray Serges, 25 and 31c, would be cheap at 40c and 50c All-wool Cashmeres, summer weights, 35o
and 50c In Henriettas, 50c for 46-inch goods. All-wool Debelges 30o to 75c. Eine assortment Cloth Suitings, light weights and colors, from COo to 2. Black and white Plaids,
stripes and mixtures, 25c, 37c, 50o and 75c. Large lines Novelties for combinations, COo to $2. Black and colored Albatross. Black Nun's "Veilings, plain and side bands.
Serges. Cashmeres, bilk "Warp Henriettas at SI and $1 25 are specially good. In Silks see the 24-inch Black Gros Grain at $1, $1 12 and SI 25 for bargains. Black Dress Silks,
EOc up. Black Surahs, extra values, 45c, EOc, 65c and 75c Black Failles, Armures, Baratheas; Radzimera 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 ladies and
misses. "Wash Suits and "Wrappers. Prices away down.
PJRSOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS.
Immense line of Parasols for ladies and children. The longXa Tosca handles as well as the medium and short ones, in plain, striped and check silks and black. Gold tipped
Umbrellas, SI, $1 12 up. A specialty in Gloria Silk at SI E0. $1 75.
New Goods.in boys' and men's Striped Kersey Flannel Shirts, boys' "Waists, Underwear for men, ladies, misses, Hosiery and Gloves. Traveling Valises, Satchels and Bags
at popular prices. Hail orders receive prompt attention. SPECIAL Call and see the interesting bargains we are offering.
In, the Easement Bargain
Annex Entrance just
inside our Fifth avenne
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 from our regular
18 to 20c.
Heavy Cot. Ingrains,
25 Jo 35c.
Extra Super Unions,
40 to 50c.
Extra Super Eest,
55 to 65c.
Tap. Brus., lowest, 45 c.
Body Brussels, - 85c.
China Mattings, from
S3 50 per roll (40 yds.)
N. B. We have to-day
placed on sale at a discount of
30 Per cent from recent prices
aiargelineof English Ingrain
Art Squares of our own im
portation. 0. McCLINTOCK
33 Fifth avenue 33
JAS. 1VTNEIL & BEO.,
BOILERS,- PLATE AND SHEET-IRON
PATENT SHEET IRON ANNEALTNG
With an increased capacity and hydraulic
machinery we are prepared to furnish aU work
in our line-cheaper and better than by the old
methods. Repairing and general machine
work. Twenty-ninth street and Allegheny Val
ley Railroad. feo-65-TT3
MANUFACTURERS AND MERCHANTS'
INS. Co., 417 Wood street, Pittsburg. Pa.
Capital $230,000 00
Assets January 1,1889 363,745 80
Directors Chas. W. Batcbelor, President;
John W. Chaltant Vice President: A. E, W.
Painter, Robt. Lea, M. W. Watson, John Wil
son, Joseph Walton, Win. G. Park, A. M.
Byers, J as. J. Donnell, Goo. E. Painter, John
Thompson, Wm. T. Adair, Secretary; Jas.
Little, Assistant Secretary; August Ammon,
General Agent ja22-46-TTS
is the MOST ELEGANT
XIV TEC 33 WORIiD.
Of all Druggists, but betcare of imitations.
DO YOU INTEND
The PlttBburg Building
Plan Co., Architects, 98
Fourth avenue, prepare
plans and specifications
and superintend erection
of dwellings at lowest
rates consistent with
good service. Estimates
denartment we have some Temnrtahln harrains. First in Ttnilir "RmMMn flai-neta we offer
and SI 25. Come earlv for choice: better goods
Camet Snuares. Rnrs and Mats, nil sizes. Oil
Curtains sold this season and plenty more of
167 and 169 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY, PA. '
For Ladies. Misses and Children.
All-wool Jackets from $3 to 12.
Ladies' Beaded Wraps from 5 to
Ladies' Peasant Cloaks,
Ladies' Plain All-wool
irom 51 to ?3 50.
Ladies' Smocked Terseys
$2 50 to 3 75.
Ladies' Braided Jerseys from $2
Ladies' Blouses fromgi 50 to $4.
Misses' Blouses from 59c to 1 25.
While Prof. Anton Seidl and his
superb orchestra will ravish your
souls with strains of beautiful music,
with heavenly symphonies and har
monies of sound, our artists are
prepared to delight your eyes with
harmonies of color, with sympho
nies of white and eold, with gems
of beauty in Bonnets' and Lingerie.
No charge for Trimming when
materials are bought of us.
Fleishman & Go's.
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506 and 508 Market st,
CLIP THIS ADVERTISEMENT.
It will entitle you to a souvenir,
if presented to us tvlien you make
your purchase, provided you buy
$1 or more.
We have made SPECIAL PREPARATIONS
to have our line of KID GLOVES complete
for the May Musical Festival The Impression
thatwe keep only high class goods is erroneous.
We have kid gloves from 76c up, and specially
recommend our SI glove in both 4-button and
5-hook, which we have in aU the latest shades
and new stltchings. We fit andguarantee every
pair. We have all the novelties out in Fans,
Ladies' Neckwear, Handkerchiefs, Rucbings,
Collars and Cuffs, etc, etc. Don't forget our
Corset Department We keep Reliable makes
only, from 75o up to 88 50, and lit them to the
SPRING AND SUMMER, 1889,
Underwear and Hosiery.
Our own special hand loom made Silk, Lambs'
Wool, Merino, Balbriggan, Lisle Thread, etc.
f riEG FOR SPRING
ULVjVtO AND SUMMER.
Drei Promenade. Driving, etc Best
makers. First-class only.
No. 8 King Edward St, 1 Madison Square,
London, E. C. 1 New York.
No. 4 Rue D'Uzes, Paris office. my9-24-TTS
O. D. LEVIS. Solicitor of Patents.
131 Fifth avenue,above Smithfield, next Leader
office. (No delay. .Established 20 years.
at SI un. Onr line of Tanestrv Brussels at
Cloths, all widths, nt rlirht nrir-es. In Lace
those specialties at SI, $120, jl 50,82 and up
B. & B.
THURSDA Y, May 23.
Those India Silks stilt hold
the fort. If it were possible
to say too much about them we
should have ended the story
22 inches wide, price 40 cents.
The sentence expresses vol
umes that can only be appreci
ated by an examination of the
goods, to which it refers; 10,
000 yards several days ago.
You would have had a larger
choice then, kit we are very
much mistaken if there are
not thousands of yards here
yet that will please you. The
quality was the same on all;
never yet had a customer pro
nounce even a style she rejected
as anything but beautiful.
22 inches wide at 40c.
TJieres as near to being no
end to the other beaiitiful silks
in our departments as you can
For a rich but light weight
dress nothing can compare to
the black Indias 21 to jo
inches in width, 50c to $r 50.
Slightly heavier, but quite
as desirable are the elegant
Black Surahs ig-inch to 2j
inch, 50c to i 50.
Possibly as interesting an
item as there is in the India
Silk Department at this sea
son is th,. Cream Brocade
Indias and Plain Creams.
There is a rich, elegant Bro
cade India at i, a wide Plain
Cream India at i 50.
The suggestion in these two
items is Graduation Dresses.
If those interested had not in
tended to make it a silk there's
a limitless choice from 'dozens
of fancy weaves in 40-inch and
other double width 'all-wool
40-inch all-wool faacy weaves, 75c;
10-inch all-wool fancy figured, SI and $1 25.
CREAM ALL-WOOL CASHXKBSS.
35-Incb, 35c; 33-inch. EOc; 43-inch at 65c, 75c, 90c
40-inch at SI: 40-inch at $1 25; 45-inch at SI 25; S3
inch Cream Check Armurc. 60c: 52-mch Cream
Flannels, 75c, 1 and SI 25; 40-inch Cre am Olio
da Cords. 85c: 40-inch all-wool Fancy Check, 85c;
40 inch Fancy Cream Side Border, SI 25: 40-lnch
Albatross, 60c, in Creams, Pinks, Greens and
Blues; 40-inch pure Mohair Glace Brilliantine,
in Cream, at 45c (As Mohairs are so popular
this will surely receive favor.)
Then those two lots of Cream Suitings, 42
inches wide, at 30c and 40c; worth 60c and 75c.
Not put in a very attractive way, but If you
are interested you will read that means buy if
you have studied prices elsewhere.
Might be to the point to caU attention to our
Tourists' Goods Satchels, Toilet Cases,
Steamer Robes, etc, etc; not to omit mention
of Umbrellas, Parasols, Gloves, Hosiery, Gents'
Furnishings and the like.
Anew Gladstone Bag Teceived, size 14-inch to
20-inch. Fine grain leather, soUdleather lined,
solid leather strap, with leather covered frame.
This is the best made bag we have price, SO;
rise 25 cents to the inch.
This is a suggestion of the values found in
our leather goods, Including Purses, Chatelaine
and Shopping Bags, Cuff and Collar Cases,
Toilet Cases, etc, etc
It is not a day too early toprovideyour sleep
ing rooms with Canopies. The song of the fes
tive "skeeter" is already heard in the land.
Canopies, all sizes and quaIities,pricesSl 25 to $6.
Ana it you are moving to me country lor tne
summer take one or two'hammocks and save
express charges both ways by buying them,
fully equipped, here prices, 75c, 85c, 81, SI 25
and on up to 54. Some plain. Borne fancy, some
'An tnjtr.i c
Our Umbrellas begin at 81 25; the prices, to
810, contain many special value goods.
New Dress Trimmings, New -Buttons, New
115, 117, 119. 121
Federal Street, Allegiieny.
a Irii at ISn anrl ROn a. vitrei oannnt T, An.
50o nneaualed for onalitv ami -dMiVn- Tn.
Curtains and Cnrtain matAriaU urn hnirn o
to f5 a pair, while we-are certain they
Customers can always rely on Oar Goods place the most
implicit confidence in 'em. For our aim has ever been to,
merit eulogium similar to the Roman proverb cited by Cicero:
"You May Trust Him in the Dark !"
No matter which way the mercury Jumps people can buy from
us just the same. We've got something for everybody to wear
for every minute in the 24 hours.
We can do nothing unnatural or impossible. We can't paint
a cork so as to resemble a rock that it'll sink- to the bottom
if cast into a stream, but
We are selling all kinds of Seasonable Clothing, Hats, Fur
nishing Goods and Footwear at Prices which we guarantee
are the Lowest in this or any other city in the Union.
- YOU SHOULD KNOW THAT THE
Men's Suits We Sell at $8!
In Sacks and Frocks, Summer Weights, cannot be purchased out
sjde our Store for less than $10, and in many stores you'd pay i for
Suits of like Quality. .
Men's Suits We Sell at $10 1
Are remarkable Values for the Money, that you can take choice from
Cheviots, and Light and Dark Colors or Plain, Fancy and Wide Wale
Worsteds, and that we certainly expect to attract to our Store for these
Bargains every man in town who wishes to obtain the best $10 Suit
Men's Suits We Sell at $12 !
Are elegant for Dress Wear of the Average Man. 'Tis with Suits at this
Price and at 15, $18 and $20 that we "hustle" the tony tailors, and it is
where we leave Competition very far behind. Handsome and Stylish
Spring Suits, Frocks and Sacks, in Cheviots, Casimeres, Corkscrews, Im
ported Irish Tweeds, Shannon Mills, Eta Every Suit elegantly made
and finished, and not to be duplicated, outside our Store under at LEAST
30 per cent more money.
MEMBERS G. A. R.ATTEHTIOH,!.'
While Some Dealers make a Big Blow about Selling
GENUINE BLUE MIDDLESEX SUITS
At JS10, and others vow they undersell everybody, while their price is
$z, we hereby offer the Same Suits " -""
for $8 crssum
When it comes to the cheaper goods we have them from $2 go up,
and guarantee to give you choice at any price from this up to $15 from
a stock three times larger than you'll find in any other store in this city.
A Complete Assortment of G. A. R. Hats, Caps, White "Vests, Gloves, Etc,
HOT WEATHER CLOTHUG!
Our Store chuck full of desirable goods at the Lowest Prices. Coats
in Cretonnes, Alpacas, Mohairs, Pongees, Linens, Seersu ckers, etc., from
19c up to $4. Coats and vests from 98c to $8. Black .Summer Coats
For Beauty of Design, Tasteful Styles, Perfection of Detail
in Boys' and Children's Clothing
We're far ahead of Back History or any other house in this part of the
country. The perplexing problem, "What Shall I Buy for the Boys?"
that fills many a mother's mind can be solved very easily by simply com
ing to our Store. We have
Boys' Elegant Suits at $4 ! 4
You can take choice from over 1,000 Suits every fashionable style,
every correct fashion. The generous assortment will win your good will;
the extraordinary low price will cause you to buy instanter. Of course
we know that other dealers copy our styles and endeavor to imitate our
patterns, but none of them have the pluck to match our low prices; when
it comes to quality they are as dumb as oysters.
A WORLD OF SHIRT WAISTS
For the Boys and an unexcelled line and beautiful assortment of Ladies'
and Children's Blouses and Blouse Waists. Undoubtedly we show the"
Prettiest Styles and Designs ever shown in this city. We will offer this
week 500 doz. Best Quality "Star" Waists, same goods as are being re
tailed all over town at $i 50, for 83c only.
One Dollar Twenty-four Cents
Light-Colored Derby, worth
How you would-be Competitors of ours, Match this Bargain if yon
can; if you dare. We don't mean match it in print, but in your stores. But
you know you can't do it This is one of the Bargains for which we are
famous, one of our old-time Competition Paralyzers.
Men's Straw Hats 74c Onlyl Sold all over town for 98c and $1 25. Boys'
Straw Hats 39c only! Sold all oyer town at 50c and 60c Children's , "
Straw Hats 25c onlyl Sold all oyer town at 39c and 50c
Our Great Sale of Summer Underwear and Footwear is now on and!
should "be attended by everyone wishing to ave money.
The Famous ECHO PISTOL
Given Away FB.EE with
ORDERS -BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Only for a Man's Elegant
Every Cent of $2 2f T
an entirely Harmless Toy;
every Purchase of a Boy's or
GRAND BARGAIN STORE,;!
to 400 Market tf.
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