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THE PITTSBURG .DISPATCH,. SUNDAY,- MAY 26, 1889.
SETTLING UP SAMOA.
.The AYort of the International Con
ference Bearing Completion.
BLALNE HAS BEEN ON GUARD.
American Delegates Received Daily
Instrnctions From Him.
EIXG HUMBEKT FOECED TO BACK ODT.
Ireneh rrotcsts rrerent Him From Going U Stasbnri:
The work of the Samoan conference is be
lieved to be nearly completed! The plan
of government has been drawn up, and but
little remains escept to affix the signatures.
Blaine is understood to have taken an active
part in the negotiations by cable. The new
agreement between Germany and Italy is
attracting a great deal of attention.
tcorTEtGHT, issa, rr xew tokk associated
Beklix, May 25. Sir Edward Malet,
Mr. Kasson and Herr Holstein, as a com
mittee on revision, completed to-day a draft
of a protocol concerning Samoan questions.
It contains clauses relating to the municipal
Government ot Apia, the ports held by the
powers, the land commission and the au
tonomy of the Samoan Government, the
text of which has already been cabled to
Washington and approved by Mr. Blaine.
The remaining clauses defining the tariff
of Samoa, the Constitution of the native
Government and the limitation of the Ger
man claims for indemnity from the natives,
have been framed in consonance with in
structions from Mr. Blaine, who is in daily
cable contact with the commission.
JTEAEtKO THE X2TD.
Nothing, therefore, ought, in the opinion
oi the delegates, to prevent the winding up
of the conference on Tuesday, when the
business is expected to be limited to the ex
change of signature agreements. The suc
cess of the commission and the rapidity
with which the business was got through
with was partly due to the conciliatory
attitude of Count Herbert Bismarck and
the impartial policy displayed by Sir
Edward Malet, and largely to the American
Commissioners having definite instructions
covering every point.
The constant hard work of the subcom
mittees marvelously expedited matters, the
plenary sittings ot the conferences having
little to do further than Jo hear reports.
Throughout no embarrassing developments
have retarded the progress of the delibera
tions. "When the conterence bejran it was
announced that the Foreign Office was con
fident that the sessions would terminate in
the first week in June.
HAVING A GOOD TIME.
The German official world, following the
example of its chiefs, treats the American
Commissioners with high favor. If they
respond to all their invitations they would
find their hardest work in recreation. Count
Herbert gave conspicuous emphasis to his
friendly feeling with each of the Commis
sioners by his friendly greeting at the
Temoelhofer parade, when he left the parade
to converse with each Commissioner, riding
between the carriages ot Mr. Kasson, Mr.
Bates and Mr. Phelps, and exchanging
cordial words with them.
King Humbert's projected visit to Stras
burg was countermanded alter the Italian
Embassy received telegrams from Paris re
porting the disturbance in the public mind.
The arrangements at Strasburj: included a
review of the garrison and a night attack on
Jtie citadel. After Signor Crispi had re
feTed the matter to Prince Bismarcfc it was
announced that King Humbert would not
viWt Strasburg, but would keep on the
Baden side of the Bhine on his homeward
journey. Neither Signor Crispi nor Prince
AJismarcK care at the present juncture to
over-excite the French.
GEBMAmr AND ITALY.
The revision of the treaty agreed upon
during the King's visit has not yet re
ceived the adhesion of Austria. Associated
with the treaty is a military convention fix
ing a definite plan, for the mobilization of
the Italian army in the event of war. Signor
Crispi wanted an entente on the question of
the Papacy. Prince Bismarck obtained
from Signor Crispi a pledtre for a moderate
internal policy toward the Vatican, and hae
asked the Austrian Prime Minister to join
in united pressure on the Pope to make
peace with the Quirinal.
It is understood that Emperor Francis Jo
seph reluctantly allowed Count Kalnoky to
intervene in the matter, and the Pope, on
receiving private assurances of the Austrian
Emperor's svmpathy, promptlv rejected the
overtures. The result is a distinct breach
in the continuity of the alliance. The re
vised treaty will probably remain unsigned
until Emperor Francis Joseph and Count
Kalnoky pay their expected visit here. The
Italian Generals Poland's and Sironi re
main in Berlin to settle the details of the
military convention with the War Office.
A LITTLE DIFFEBENCE.
The adverse rumors go the length of as
serting that the difference with Austria is
leadinc to a rupture of the alliance. Em
peror Francis Joseph inclining to regulate
the Balkan questions in conjunction with
Itussia. The official circleabsolutely denies
that a rupture is within the range of prob
ability. Kins: Humbert, in a letter, thanks
the people of Berlin for the splendid recep
tion accorded him, and tends a gift of 20,000
marks for charitable objects.
The situation at the Westphalia collieries
continues critical. According to Bhenish
papers, the proclamation of martial law is
imminent Hitherto the miners have held
aloof from the Socialists and have resented
their approaches. Now there are symptoms
of impatience under the passive resistance
of the' masters. Herr Weber, President of
the Bochum strike committee, was arrested
y after making a speech last night, in which
occurred the phrase: "War against capital;
victory or death is acclaimed."
The mineri in several pits in Bochum,
Gelinkirchen and Aachen will go on strike
again, Herr Hammacher having failed to
cet the assent of the owners at Dortmund
yesterday to the concessions demanded. It
is understood that they will be granted after
the Berlin convention. The men accuse
the employers of breach of faith.
THE STEIKES SPBEADINQ
The other strikes grow. The 6,000 ma
sons in Berlin, who resumed work under the
belief that the employers would grant their
demands, will strike again on Monday.
Nineteen thousand men employed
in the building trades are now out
here. The dock laborers and porters at
Hamburg threaten to strike. This wonld
cause serious embarrassment in the supplies
of grain and coal for the interior. Coal
ships have been lying in port for a week
undischarged. The companies are trying
to import English laborers.
The aged workmen's insurance bill passed
the Keichstag yesterday by only20 majority.
Prince Bismarck wanted 70. Minister von
Boetticher, in announcing the vote and de
claring the sitting closed, said he hoped the
objections to the measure would disappear
when the workings of the law disclosed its
benefits. Herr Kickert tried in vain to
elicit from the President some information
regarding the press law. The impression of
tbe House is mat anotner snort session,
which will be devoted to the discussion of
the new penal code, will end the present
French PlayTJndcr American Management.
i WT CABLE TO TItEDISrA'Bcn.J
Lox&ror, May 25. L'AvenJurierc, with
Coquelin and Jane Hading, will open the
season of French plays at the Gaiety, on
ij-M-onaay night, under the management of
guAcury ADoey ana .Maurice urau. This will
Ibethe first time that French plays will have
been done in England under American
management. Robert Lincoln and John C.
New will be there.
NOT 0 BUCK AS PAINTED.
Ono of Dickens' Famous Character Finds a
fBT CABLZ TO THE DISPATCH.
London, May 25. Bather late in the
day a man has arisen to deiend our old
friend Squeers, the master of Dotheboys
Hall, and to paint his daughter Fanny in
pleasant colors, incidentally of course at
tacking Dickens most fiercely. The story,
which is very interesting, is told in the
Newcastle Chronicle.. It relates that in
spite ot Dickens' denials, it is absolutely
certain that the original of Squeers
was a most estimable man, and that it must
have been he, as he was the only school
teacher who had only one eye in the neigh
borhood of (iretna .Bridge. .tie wasa.very
good man and very kind to his pupils, but
had the misfortune to be not very polite to
H. K. Brown and Dickens when they in
vaded his school, when he and his daughter
were at work.
The girl, the sweetest and kindest of
women, was known to the writer when he
was an apprentice. She is spoken of as the
sort ot woman a dojr or child leaps to in
stinctively, which is not what we have or
dinarily thought about her. Both the
father and "poor Fanny died of broken hearts.
The father also went crazy.
JDST LIKE PICKING DP MONEY.
Libel Saiti Aralnst the Thunderer Called
a Snfo Investment.
rBT CABLE TO TUX DISPATCH.)
London, May 25. An interesting squab
ble has come before the law courts this
week, which will have as interesting an
end. Mr. Greenwood, formerly the editor
of St. James' Gazette, sued Hicks Gibbs,
the previous proprietor, for salary. In the
course of the trial two letters were referred
to by counsel, but not produced in court.
Nevertheless, the Times got them and
printed them. They allude to various per
sonages, Salisbury, Churchill and others
with charming freedom, and among other
things Dr. Morell Mackenzie is accused by
Bismarck's Secretary of putting np a
gigantic plot to swindle the people out of
Mackenzie is going to make a good thing
out of it He will sue the Times and Stein
kopf, the writer of the letters, for 10,000
damages, and is assured Dy Mr. Lewis, Par
nell's clever solicitor, that to get the money
he claims will be as easy as to pick it up on
PIGE0XS THAT BREAK THE SABBATH.
A Comical Attack on a Sport That la Being
IBT CABLE TO TUX SISFATCB.1
London', May 25. A comical attack has
been made upon the' sport of flying pigeons,
on various grounds, among others the un
truthful one that it encourages very heavy
betting and the extremely ludicrous me
that carrier pigeons are made to fly on the
Sabbath, contrary to the Ten Command
ments. The President of the Manchester Flying
Clnb being interviewed, instead of express
in:; a belief, in which the community would
snpport him, that the commandments do
not apply to flying pigeons, has solemnly
denied the accusation of Sunday pigeon
flying, saying that pigeons seen flying on
the Sjbbath are doing it on their own hoot,
without any encouragement trom the club,
and that when a pigeon race necessitates
living on Sunday the race is invariably de
PARIS DOCTORS FORI! A TRUST.
They Combine to Help the Public and Also
IBT CABLI TO THX DISPATCH. 3
Ijohikw, May 25. The doctors of Paris
have found it necessary to follow the cus
tom set them by the humble bricklayers and
other workingmen. At a gigantic meeting,
held this week, they agreed to form them
selves into one body, including all the med
ical societies of the city. The motive gen
erally given out as having inspired the doc
tors was their desire to mutually improve
each 'other and help the public, but
it is not denied that they also mean
to help themselves. They repudiate
any idea of going out on strike against sick
patients, as the doctors in a cei tain town
once did, if the patients failed to pay
promptly and liberally, but they do mean
to regulate rates.
A HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL AFFAIR,
Twenty-Two Conches Attrnd the Saturday
Afternoon Meet nt Hyde Park.
rBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.)
LONDOJT, May 25. Twenty-two coaches
attended the meet of the Four-in-Hand Club
in Hyde Park to-day. Tne Prince of Wales
and all his family were present in two vic
torias. The Whole fashionable world was
there, and being Saturday afternoon, an im
mense crowd of a11 kinds collected. There
was great cheering and much lifting of hats
when the coach driven by Lord Charles
Beresford, with tbe pretty Dnchess of Lein
ster on the box seat, appeared.
Among the coaches the finest were driven
bv Lord Londesborough, General Boulanger
sftting beside him; Lord Aveland, Lord
Elcho, Mr. Leigh, Mnjor Shuttleworth's
Liie Guards coach, and Sir Henry Thomp
son. Pigs-In-CloTcr Cross Iho Ocean.
CBT CABLE TO THE DISFATCH.!
Londos, May 25. The pigs-in-clover
puzzle has captured London.
Electric Bine Suits,
Worn by the finest dressers, and obtainable
only at tailor shops heretofore at a cost of
lrom $35 to M5, are now on sale, all ready to
put on and not discernible from tbe finest
custom work, at Kaufmanns', Fifth avenue
and Smithfield street, for lees than half the
regular tailors' prices. No other store in
the city has them.
Get Philip Best's, now Pabst Brewing
Co.'s Export, Bohemian, Bavarian and Se
Address, TounKstown, O.
Best $1 per dozen cabinets in this State
at Elite Gallery, 516 Market street.
Aufrecht, proprietor. Bring the children.
Use elevator. ' j
A Good Appetite is essential If good health;
nut at mis season ine oioou may be impure.
that tired feeling predominant and tbe appe
tite lost. Hood's Sareapaillhis a wonderful
medicine for creating anapetite, toning the
digestion and giving strenfeth to the nerves
and health to tbe whole system.
Be Sure to Get Hood's sirsarjirflla. Sold by
all druggists. Prepared orily by C. I. HOOD ds
CO., Apothecaries. Lovrellj Mass.
Another !trlde Forward
Has been made by Kaufmanns'in the manu
facture of ready-made clothing. They have
just made up in their custom tailoring de
partment 350 electric blue English cloth
suits, the same for which you have to pay
from 535 to 545 if made to order, and will
sell them at about 45 per cent regular tailor
prices. Tbey are silk faced, have black
bindings, fit to perfection, and cannot be
told from the most expeusive custom work.
This is the first time electric blue suits are
offered ready made, and it has remained for
the enterprising Kaufmanns' to do it
Slnrrince Licenses Granted Yesterday.
c Frederick Schroth SharpsDare
(Elizabeth Zener....... O'llara township
JAupust DIUIneeger Tarcntnm
5 Eltse Watting larentnm
I Adolph Halter Pittsburg
1 Marie Fritz Pittsburg
18. W. Schreconpost PlttBbnrg
1 Caroline Kielnscbncltz Pittsburg
5 George Tropman Duqoesne
Catharine Howler Duqncsne
(Henry J. Pack Lower bt. Clair township
(Mary Saw Lower it. Clair township
(JohnHurney , PItteburg
1 Marie Harper Pittsburg
5 Patrick Tracy. Jr Pittsburg
3 Saraa Walker Plttaburg
ROSS HIBBS On Thursday evening. May
S3, 18S9, at the residence of the bride's parents
by the Rev. M. J. Bnialley, David P. Ross, of
Allegheny, and Alice D. Hums, of Alt
McLELLAN McCALL On Thursday even
ing. May S3, ISSD. by the Rev. J. R. Sutherland,
Axex C. McLellan and Ella A McCaxl.
ATJRENTZ On Friday, May 24, at 12 P. IT..
Chas. Willison. son of John V. and Lydia
C. Aurentz, aged 12 years.
Funeral Stoday afterkooit at 2 o'clock
from his parents' residence, No. 42 Gist street,
Pittsburg. Friends of the family are respect
fully Invited to attend.
Philadelphia papers please copy.
BUBB In the 8th year of her age, ADA
Btjbb, daughter oi Edward J. and R. J. Bnbb.
Funeral services at residence of her parents,
22 Lombard street, Allegheny, STWDAY even
tsq at 6:30 o'clock. Interment private Mon
DELL On Saturday, May 25,'at 2 o'clock P.
M., Birdie Strenq, daughter of Christian
and Callie Dell, aged 3 years and 3 months.
Funeral cervices at the residence of her pa
rents. Haberman street, Beltzhoover Borough,
on Sabbath, at 4 o'clock, r. si. Interment
private Monday afternoon.
BURKE On Saturdaymorning, May 25,1859,
William Burke, in the 68th year of bis age,
at his home. No. i Brewery street, near Second
Funeral services at St. Paul's Cathedral, on
Monday morning. May 27, at 9 o'clock.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
BROWNE-On Friday. May 24, 18S9, at 3:15
p. M Margaret L., relict of the late James
M. Browne, aged G9 years.
Funeral services at her late residence, Fifth
avenue, Oakland, on Monday, May 27, at 3 p.
if. Interment private. D
DICKENSON At his residence No. 8
South street. Fifteenth ward, on Saturday,
May 2a, 1889, at 6U5 P. jr., JOHJT DICKENSON
m tbe 6th year of bis age.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
ENDRES At Hoboken, N. J., John J.
Endbes, C. E , In his 47th year.
HEASLEY At the residence of her hus
band, No. 37 Tunnel street, nn Saturday, May
25, at 525 A. M., Katie HAGGERTY, wile of J.
Funeral on Monday morning at 9:15 o'clock.
Services at St. Paul's Cathedral at 10 A. M.
Friends are invited to attend. 2
HELMOLD On Saturday, .May 25, 18S9, at
12:30 p. jl. Otto Heluold, in the 74(h year of
Funeral services at his late residence. No. 100
Bluff street, on Monday aftkbnoon at 2
o'clock. Funeral from German Lutheran
Church, corner Sixth avenue and Smithfield
LAPPAN At the family residence. 535
North Hiland avenue. Nineteenth ward, at 92U
p. St. on Friday. May 2i 1889, Cathabine
Blanche, rounirest daughter of James and
Marearet Lappan, aged 12 years 8 months 23
Funeral services at Sacred Heart R. a
Church, Center avenue. East End,on Sunday.
28th lnst,, at 230 P. M. Friends of the family
are respectfully Invited to attend. 2
MADINE-On Friday, May 24, at 7 p. M
"William Michael, son of Charles and Annie
Madine, aged 2 years.
Funeral from the residence of his parents,
Murray avenue, Beltzhoorer boron ch, at 2 p.
m. on Sunday. Friends of tbe family are re
spectfully invited to attend.
REGAN On the 24th inst, John, son of
Elizabeth and the late Thomas Regan, of Pitts
burc, atGreyling, Mich., age 26 years 3 months.
RlESMEYER Friday. Mav 24, 1889, at 10:45
A. X.. Anna JlARY Riesmeyer, aged S3 years
and 8 days.
Funeral will take place from the residence of
her son, Henry Rlesmeyer. 501 Forbes avenue,
corner of Moultrie street, Sunday after
noon, 26th fnst, at 2 o'clock. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
STUBBS-Friday, May 24. 1889, at 9 o'clock
A. M., at the residence of her parents. No. 172
Robinson street, Allegheny, Mollie J., eldest
daughter of W. G. and Letttia A Stubbs.
Funeral services at residence Sunday at i
o'clock p.m. Interment private Monday at 2
o'clock p.m. 3
THOMAS On Saturday, May 25, 1SS9, at 10
a. M- Mrs. Mary Thomas, ageel 58 years.
Funeral from her late residence, corner
Fifth and Birmingham streets, Southside, city,
on Sunday, at 2:30 p. m. Friends of the family
are respectfully invited to attend.
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Lira.,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence; U34 Penn avenue. Tele
phone connection. raylO-03-iiWFSu
JOHN L. TREXLER & CO.,
funeral Directors and Embalmers, Livery
and Boarding Stables. Nos. 378 and KSQ
Beaver ave. Residence. CS1 Preble
ave., Allegheny City.
Telephone 2116. mb23-MThSu
JAMES M. FULLERTON,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Street.
H. llKYURK SO.N,
Undertakers and Embalmers na Iilvcrystaolet
No. S13 Grant street, near Fifth avenue.
At the old stand nne carriages for shopping or
jjaruva u vymn a. tue uiueh.ciuvuauili prices.
Is an In valuable remedy for
SICK HEADACHE, TORPID
LIVER, DYSPEPSIA, PILES,
AND ALL BILIOUS DISEASES.
WE ARE STILL SELLING THE "PARIS
"Bang" so much worn, also switches
made from combings at reduced rates. A One
supply of ladies' braids and wave pieces. You
know the place, 25 Fifth ava, Hcgns A Hacks
Building, upstairs. )
my 19 -WSU MISS MARIE LANDERS.
TEETH, $5, 58, $10.
Gold fillings from $1 up. Amalgam, 50c;
DRS. MCCLAREN & WAUGAMAN. Dentists,
Corner Smithfield and Fourth avenue.
MLLE. E. DREYER.
NO. 644 PENN AVENUE.
IMPORTErt OF FRENCH MILLINERY,
TrimmPd Bonnets and round Hats.
Mourning a Specialty. m!il9-79-Sa
O. D. LEVIS. Solicitor of Patents.
131 Fifth avenue,above rimithfleld, next Leader
office. (No delay.) Established 20 years.
MorpMne tna WUjUt HMu nln.
lealy cared. Treatment Hut oa trial
ree. .ConJrlfntl,llT juJOrem M. .
, 1SOX-3 urijetu, U4.
3 feet by 6 feet, at S7 SO.
ANY SIZE AND COLOR ON ORDER.
Iron Beds prevent crowding in rooms and
are cool and pleasing to the eye.
AN IMPROVEMENT ON WOOD BEDS.
Can be placed in any position without dark
ening, allowing light to paBs the head and foot
with Iron Beds and you will have in effect
what is most desired.
711 LIBERTY ST.
PLENTY OF IT AT
Styles that speak forcibly
of the goods we handle.
Nothing shapeless. Every
foot rests with comfort in
these goods.' Carefully se
lected. Admitted so by a
multitude of customers. In
summing up these facts we
call the attention of the
To our LINDA BUTTON.
A prettier shoe never drew
the light 'of day, in appear
ance or for comfort, at the
same time drawing mildly on
the purse to own them.
HAND S4 SEWED.
AAA to E,
430-436 MARKET ST.
916 Braddock Avenue, BRADDOCK.
Decoration Day, May 30,
our house will be closed all
In Both HM-Maie aM MacWnu-MB.
Hand-made Cap at 25c, 35c, 60c, 75c. 90c, SI,
$1 22. Jl 25, 81 50, $1 60. Machine-made Caps
at &5c, 90c, $1. Jl 25, Jl 75, J2, J2 25. Extraor
dinary values in
Misses' and Children's
Ages 1 to 16 years, from 85c to 5.
Special offerings in Ladies', Misses', Chil
dren's and Men's Underwear and Hosiery.
In Scotch Flannel, Oxford, Madras and Silk,
for Ladies, Misses and Children.
710 PENN AVENUE. 710
Between Seventh and Eighth sts.
Ja-Open until 9 p. M. Saturday. my26-Tursu
MT. DE CHANTAL,
Near Wheeling, W. Va.,
(SISTERS OF THE VISITATION.)
A school of more than national repntatlon,
offers exceptional advantages for thorough ed
ucation of young ladies in all departments. Li
brary of 6,000 volumes. Fine philosophical,
chemical and astronomical apparatus.
Musical department specially noted. Corps
of piano teachers trained by a leading professor
from Conser vatory ot Btutgart. Vocal cul ture
according to the method of theoldltalian mas
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Ten acres of pleasure grounds. Board excel
lent. For catalogues and references to patrons In
all the principal cities, addresi
se9-q7frsn THE DIRECTRESS.
The Host Complete
stock in the city.
We also manufacture this
STEVENS CHAIR CO.
JSK S SIXTH ST..
MMMWMM IIS. I WW
Infants' Embroidered Caps. MMIIJMIM Mil MUM.
BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
406 and 408. Wood St
STUiIi THETT COMB I
More Bargains for This Week.
Splash Mats only 5 cents.
Wood Towel Rollers only 6 cents.
7-Pin Bat Racks only 5 cents.
3-Arm Towel Racks only 5 cents.
bcrub Brushes only 5 cents.
1-Quart Coffee Pot only 5 cents.
2-Q.uart Tin Pail only 6 cents.
Teacups and Saucers only 5 cents.
(Dinner Plates only 5 cents.
1-Pound 1 ea or Coffee Cans only 5 cents.
wire Broilers only 5 cents.
Wash Basins only 6 cents.
Silvetine Trays only 5 cents.
Engraved Band Goblets only 5 cents.
x-iain '.rummers only i cents.
Genuine Putz fomade only 5 cents.
Glass Butter Dish, with cover, only 5 cents.
Glass Cream Pitchers only 5 cents.
Howell's Ammonia Water only 7 cents.
Baby Carriages ! Baby Carriages I
Rattan Baby Carriage, Parasol Top, only S5.
Croquet Sets, worth SI 60, only 75 cents.
Hammocks only 75 cents.
Fnli Size Genuine Mexican Hammock only
Girls' Tricycles, upholstered In plush, S3 75 to
Boys Iron Velocipedes, $3 23 to $8 00.
All kinds of Boys' 4-Wheeled Wagons, S9c to
Boys' Wheelbarrows, 10c to SI 00.
Girls' Dolls' Carriages. 33c to S2 00.
5-Foot Curtain Poles, with brass trimmings,
12-Piece Toilet Set, with jar, only 81 00.
Square Brass Bird Cages, 9c, SI 00, $1 25.
Nickel Clocks, warranted, only 75 cents.
Nickel Alarm Clocks, warranted, only 95
Also a full lino of all kinds House Furnish
inj Goods, Silverware, Vases, Dolls, Albums,
Jewelry; Ladies', Gents' and Boys' Lunch Bas
kets, etc. Great bargains on our So and 10a
H. G. HAYDEN & CO.
Is the simplest, least
complicated and easi
est to learn, there
being but two pieces
the sauare and the
stresses can com
mand better wages
alter learning New
Cut to order. Call
and examine system
or secure a pattern at
for - L
Hall's Bazaar, fcj
a household neces-
s i t y . Genuine
Needles, Oil, etc.,
lor all machines.
.J. KEVAN & CO.,
12 SIXTH STREET, PITTSBURG.
281 Ohio Street, Allegheny.
at 15c, 20c, 25c and up.
Fine "White Oriental
I 111' ( 111
250 Fancy Parasols, reduced from 52 50 to $1 60.
Parasols with La Tosca Handles, natural wood and half and fall length
silver, at exceedingly low prices.
1,200 New Snn Umbrellas, with new style handles, $1 to 510.
One lot 8-inch Silver Handled Glorias at 51 50, worth $3. A 12-inch ditto,
61 75, woTth 53 50.
GLOVES AND MITTS.
Newest styles Silk Gloves and Mitts.
Best ever offered for the money.
Full line of Biarritz Gloves, 85e,
Mousquetaires, in Tan and Gray shades.
Gloves, onr own importation, 1 and op.
Stooiz S-bill Veary- Large.
Another large lot of New BLOUSES, in all the fashionable colors, just
opened. Prices ranging from 1 38 to ?5.
A 'New Line of . Sash
25c to $1
510 TO SI4 MARKET
NEW ADTERTlSEMZMTS.'i i
We sell our customers .with con
sideration of mutual benefits. We
don't sell them with an indiffer
ence as to -whether we see them
again or not, but we make them
permanent and depend upon -supplying-
their recurring wants. A
satisfied customer cannot help but
advertise his outfitters, and his ad
vertistunent is superior to any
other, because it is beyond the
possibility of a doubt This is the
kind we depend upon, and the fact
that we are successful makes it
selt-evident that our 'CLOTHING:
is WELL-MADE, STYLISH and
Men's, Boys' and Children's Sum
mer Headwear in complete varie
ty. STRASSBURGEB & JOSEPH,
Tailors, Clothiers aM Hatters,
161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny.
"Veterans will find us ready
to supply them with 1'AST BLUE
SUITS, WHITE VEST.3, GLOVES
PHOTOGRAPHER. 16 SIXTH STREET.
A nne, large crayon portrait ti 50: see tneur
before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets,. (2 and
f? 60 per dozen. .PROMPT DELIVERY.
AJIBUBO-AILEKICAN PACKET CO.
Of 10,000 tons and 12.500 horsepower, will leave
New York lor
EOUTHAMIION AND HAMBUEG,
.May 23 and June SO.
C.K. KICQAKD& CO.,
General l'aenper Agents,
61 Broadway, New York;
tea 27-sn Srr Smlthlleld St.. WUslur?, Pa.
Mine KgIIoe's French Tailor System
of dress cutting. Tbe only system In America
that cuts tbe Worth bias dart. It consists
of a tailor's wooden square, wooden dart and
sleeve rule and scales, the same as best merch
ant tailors u-e, and a 40-page ins'ruction book.
System and thorough instruction In cutting
and basting. 310. Call for circulars or address
I H. A. DAVIS, 6M Penn ave. myM-tvrau
Having closed out the entire stock of a
leading importer at a great reduction, we
offer this week extraordinary bargains in
Swiss and Jaconet Skirtings,45 inches wide,
corded and hemstitched, 63c, 75c, SI, np to
$3. Beautiful Flouncings ior Children's
Dresses, in 22 and 27-inch widths, from 45o
to $1 25 a yard. Neat new designs in
Baby Edgings, narrow and medinm widths,
from 4c to fiOc a yard. Black Cbantilly
Flonucings, 42 inches deep (regular $1 75
quality) at 81. A much finer quality Chaiitil
ly Flouncinc-i, 1 50, worth 2 25 Another
quality at 52, worth 53. Beal Black Span
ish Guipure Flouncings, from $1 to $3 50,
worth double. Beautiful Chantilly Xaces
Laces, all widths, 8c to 25c, worth doable.
Fine qualities 24c, 38c, 481;, 75c.
worth $1 25. Elegant new Saede
Also the celebrated Foster Lacing
Ribbons Jnst Received.
50 a yard.
27 FIFTH 4VE.
Acid, Crude Carbolic..... 18c
Balm, Ely'8Cream 33c
Balm, Hagnn's Magnolia 60c
Balsam, Vlstard. of Wild Cherry 43c
Bitters, Burdock's Blood 70c
Bitters, Hnstctter's 70c
Bitters, Walker's Vinegar. 70c
Bronchial Troches, Brown's 18c
cucers, ur. ivannmans ouipnur. poo
Balsam, Hyatt's Ufe 60c
Beef, Iron and Wine, Liebig's 4Sc
Bloom of Youth, Sander's 50c
Carboline. KonnedB... 75c
Castoria, Pitcher's 30c
CberrvMalt Phosphites.. 73c
Chlondes.Platt's ... 40c
Compound, Pinkham's Vegetable 70c
Cream. Cold Vaseline 14c
Cure, Himrod's Asthma 70c
Cure, Kendal' Spavin :..... 70s
Cure, Kendal's Bnavin 42c
Cure,Piso's Consumption 18c
Cure, Warner's Safe Kidney and la ver.. . . 90c
Catlcura Salve ..- 40c
Clam Juice .... 30c
Cream, Mrs. Ayers. SI 00
Cure, Kidney - 72c
Charcoal Tablets, Murray's 19c
Dentriflce, Sheffield's Cream ISc
Drops. Hamburg.. , 40c
nrntn VIIr 17.
Droijs, Thavers Tootbacbe 10c
Emulsion. Scott's 70c
Expectorant, Jayne's 63c
Extract of Beef, Liebig's 40c
Extract of Beer. Liebig's 80c
Extractor, Dulley's Pain 18c
Elixir, Ferrated of Cinchona 0c
Extract, Pond's 35c
Extract, Pond's.... 69c
Extract, Pond's Jl S9
Food, Imperial Granum 63c
Food, Mellln, small 35c
Food. Mellin's. large 53c
Food, Nestle's Milk 40c
Food, Murdock's Liquid ,. 4Sc
Ginger, Brown's Essence of Jamaica '40c
Ginger. Sanford's Jamaica..... 40c
Hair Renewer, Hall's 65c
Hair Restorer. Mrs. Allen's 90c
Hair Vigor, Ayers '.. 60c
Honey, Hale's Horebound and Tar... 0c
Honey, Hale's Horebound and Tar 40c
Horebonnd, Speert d... 2lc
Honey. Werts' Syrup Tar. 21c
Hair. Revivium Restorer... 41c
Hair Dressing; J. H. Sackett's S3c
Hair Wash, Belle Chamber's Golden 75c
Herbamuui Hair Wash, Dollard's 75c
nk. Payson's Indelible 25c
Itatharion. Lyon's......... 40c
K'Idncy Wort, Liquid 73c
LlMiment, Family Centaur 21c
Lin iinent. Mexican Mustang ISc
Lhr.lment, Tobias' Venetian 20c
Lini ment, Tobias' Venetian Horse 45e
Lotnin, Palmer's 39c
Lozenges. Licorice 4c
Lime Fruit Juice S5c
Magnesia. Husband's Calcined 23c
Magna ia, Phillip's Milk 40c
Malum. Plain ... 70c
Maltine,.-with Cod Liver OU 75c
Maltme. Ferrated 75c
Malt, Lnilound's Extract 60c
Malt, Tro turner's Extract K8c
Malt, Job tnn HofTs 40c
Malt.Johr.i Wyeth's Liquid 30c
Mint, Sod; I 10c
Mint, Italia n , 20c
Monell'sTei 'thing Cordial 10c
Nervine. Wa rner's Safe 42e
Nervura,Dr. Green's 83c
un, Moeller's uoaurer hc
Also a full line of Soaps and
CLIP THIS ADVERTISEMENT.
WHERE CAN YOU HATCH
Stupendous and Elegant Stock
HIS MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF
Raby Buggies and Refrigerators?
There i but one answer to this-query, nd that is "NXVWHEEE 1" ItisnottaB
fact alone that' we- make it a point of having in stock everything to please the varied
tastes, ideas; fancies and demands of the?
huge crowds of people ayeaadbayersattfiai
that our enormous trade is the; direct result of'nsalways acting on the broad gauje prin
ciple of selling all our goods at BEDROCK P"BICES. Nay, more than this, by reason
of our expenses being about ONE-FOTJRTH of the marble-front and encaustic tile-floor
establishments, we can, and do, positively SELiTr ON TIME AT LESS PEICES THA2T
OTHERS WILL SELL FOE ACTUAL CASH . And when we sell ior cash we chargo
at least 40 per cent under the prices of all or any o ther dealers in town. Now.what do yon
want to make your house complete? It is for you to say. "We have EVERYTHING to
furnish a house complete from cellar to garret, and will sell you anything in our store oa
time payment? to suit you:. Other dealers will sell only on payments to suit THEM;
we'll sell ou payments to please our CUSTOMiJitS. Quite a difference, eh? Just now
we have some 5,000 yards of Carpets-and Remnants of from 5 yards to 20. If vouwaai
a bit of Carpet to do tome matchfn g, orfo fill up witl', now is your time, as we are almost
giving the pieces away. Dontb&deceivetf by the large, flaring advertisements of other
dealers. Somebody has to-pay for the space occupied by the announcements in the pai
pers, and you. can bet your sweet life the- cost is put on the goods sold by these dealers.
Our store opsa every evening-until 8 o'clock; Saturdays until 10 o'clock.
OLD RELIABLE HOUSE,
Oil, St. Jacob's 40a
Ointment, Hood's Olive . 18o
Ointment, Trask's Magnetic ISo
Oil, Phillip's Palatable Cod Lier ,42c.
Oil, Phillip's Palatable Cod Liver. .T 75c
Oil, Thayer's Pure Cod Liver J... 638
Pectonal, Ayers Cherry... ........... 85o
Pepsin, Bauilault's 88c
Phosphate, Hertford's Add 37c
Peruna, Dr. Hartraan's 70c
Pills, Ayert Cathartic 15c
Pills, Brandetb's 15c
Pill, Carter's Iron S9o
Pills. Carter's Little Nerve 15c
Pills, Graefenberg's 15o
Pills, Hood's VezetaMe 15c
Pills, Hooper's American 15c
Pills, Jayne's Sanative 17c
Pills, McLane's Liver. 15c
Pills, Purgative Pellet 17c
Pills. Radway'sX 15c
Pill", Sehenck's Mandrake 15c
Pills, Warner's Sale Cure 15c
Pills, Wright's Indian Vegetaole 15o
Pills, .Vjetli's Peptonic (small) 35c
Pills, Castor Oil 21c
nasters, AllcocK a rorous iuc
Plasters, Allcnck's Corn 8c
Plasters, Belladonna, plain and porous.... 15c
Plasters. Benson's Capcine 17c
Plasters. Cutlcura 18c
Plasters, Bunion 9c
Ponder, Lubin's Violet, for infants 18c
Powder, Oatley'slnfant 16c
Powder, Saunders' Brnneble 25c
Powder,CasbmereBouquet.pinkand white 13c
Powder, Tetlow's Gossamer....." 17c
Plaster, Perfect Mustard, per box Zlo
Pills, Dr. Cooper's 45c
Pills, Cathartic 8c
Pills, Liver. 10c
Powder, Mrs. Aver's, pintand white...... 85c
Pierce's (Dr.l Medical Discovery. 70o
Pierce's (Dr.) Favorite Prescription 80c
Potash, Chlorate 10c
Relief. Radwav's Ready. 87c
Remedy, Sarre's S5c
Resolvent. Cutlcura 75o
Salve. Pettit's Eye , 17c -
Sarsaparilla, Thayer's 65c
Sarsaparilla, Hood's 70c
Sarsaparilla, Radway's 75c
Sea Salt, Ditman's ISc
Seven BaTks.... ............. 4Uc
Specific. Swift's 75c
Syrup, Boschee's German.. 50c
Syrup. Dr. Bull's Congh 20c
Syrup. Fellow's, of Hypuphnspbites Jl 00
Syrup, McArtbur's Hypophosphites 80c
Syrup, Stringer's Pulmonic 18c
Syrup. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing.... 17o
Syrup, Mother Siegel's 45c
Syrup, Spruce Cough.. .................. 15c
Syrup, Soothing... 15o
Syringe, Household 75c
Seidlitz Powders, per box.. 20c
Salve. Cutlcura 40o
Swanrdmvn. Tetlow's 13c
Tonic. Schenck's Sea Weed 75c
Tooth Paste, Jewsbury &. Brown's 42o
Tonic. Dr. Green's Nerve 85c
Tonic. Jayne's Alterative... "h- 88c
Tonlqne. Vin Marian! .fSlVW.Sl 25 .
Troches, Brown's Bronchial.. ......TTiltr.; lSc
Tooth Liauld 2So
Vaseline Pomade. .......-......-... 8c
Vermifuge, Jayne's Tonic 35c
Vita Nuova. Ayert 88c
Waters. Congress fpints) 19c
Water, Fnedriebsball Bitter. 25c
Water, Hathorn.. ................... ....... 19o
Water, Hunyadi-Janos 23c
Water, Thompsm's Eye ISc
Wine, Coca Marian!.. Jfl 25
Witch Hazel 21c
Witch Hazel 18a
Perfumeries, Toilet Goods, Etc
504, 506, 508
It will entitle yon to a souvenir, if presented
to us when you m ike your purchase, provided
you buy 31 or more.
public, which is the means of fcrinjinjr sncxi
to onr store. It is the undoubted