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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, . TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1889.
ONE MONTH TO LITE.
-The Administration Ax to Fall on
the Kecks of Many Democrats.
.WHEN THE FISCAL TEAR BEGINS
The First of July to Witness a General
AN EXTBA SESSION OF CONGEESS
Einected to be Called by Preslatnt Harrison late In
For some time there has been little talk
' about 3n extra Bession of Congress. The at
tention of politicians and Congressmen has
been entirely t aken up -with officeseekers.
But the question is again reyiTed. The
reason given is that the rules may be
changed so that the minority will not be
able to rule the majority. A general exo
dus of the officeholders is threatened to
tafce place on the first of July, the beginning
of the new fiscal year.
lErECIAJ. TELEGRAM TO Till DISPATCIt,
"Washington; May 27. A Congressman
who has as close relations with the Presi
dent as any Congressman, and who has re
cently had repeated interviews with him,
gives this opinion as to the course of ap
pointmentsdnring the remainder of the
"It is my jndgment that most of the discon
tent relative to appointments which exists
on the part of a good many Congressmen
will disappear with the beginning of the
new fiscal year. Most of the leading places
have already been considered, and the de
cision, I am convinced, substantially
reached. There will be a pretty general
'jail delivery' of the Democratic incumbents
by July 1. You can see in talks with all of
the members of the administration that there
is some sort of a concurrent plan as to the
fiscal year as a terminal point for the old
and an initial point for the new order of
things. Whenever you call up any office,
THE FIBST CONSIDERATION
is, wherever you go, what is the date of the
commission? Books are taken down and an
inquiry made to ascertain when the incum
bent of the office that you are talking about
was appointed. If the date of the commis
sionis anywhere near the beginning of the
fiscal year, even ii it runs into August or
September, I have been led to understand
that resignations will be asked for, if they
shall not already be at hand. Everything
is substantially slated already, and the last
day of June, will be the general clearing
"And what about the talk of an extra ses
sion?" "I have not been inclined to think that
there would be an October session, but I am
now convinced that the President hasalmost
determined to call Congress together in
October. It is a iact that influential mem
bers of his party have advised such a pol
icy. The date that I have heard fixed is the
third Monday in October. By that time it
would be possible for the members of the
most distant States to arrive here after the
October elections in the new States."
SEASONS FOB AN EAELT SESSION.
"What reasons are assigned in adminis
tration circles for convening Congress so
much in advance of the usual time?"
"The reasons given are these: The Presi
dent and his advisers think it is important
to pain time before the holidays, in order
that the Dolicv that mav be presented bm ta
the tariff and other matters may be .carried
8w At the basis of the policy of tne ad
ministration is a change of the rules of the
House of Bepresentatives in the direction of
giving the majority the control of legisla
tion and of taking from the minority the
power which the present rules give, even to
a very small faction, of absolutely controll
ing business. The changes which have
been suggested do not exceed five in num
ber, and the general object might be accom
plished with fewer. It is not known what
the policy of the Democrats will be. A good
many of the leaders are of the opinion that
THE BUI.ES OTJQHT TO BE CHANGED,
irrespective of the party in power, in order
that legislation may proceedinamoreorderlv
manner, but it is very probable that partisan
ship may enter into the matter. In that
case, of course, the subject would be made a
matter for caucus action in the two parties.
The administration thinks that it will be
better policy to have the question deter
mined at the outset, whether the narrow
Bepublican majority will be able to change
the rules in the direction indicated. It is
by no means certain that this can be done.
lhe majority is smaller than most of the Be
publicans care to believe, and with so small
a margin the advantage in the case of an ob
structionist fight is with the minority. One
btth of the minority is all that need to be
present for the purpose of maintaining a
dilatory contest, while it will be
NECESSABT FOB EVEBT VOTE
Of the majority party to be cast on every
roll-call, unless an arrangement can be
made for pairs. The Republicans, who are
certain to be in the lead in the House, say
that nothing is to be attempted until the
rules are changed. These leaders do not
doubt that the rules will be changed, but
they do not think that it will be possible to
accomplish this in less than one month,
and they admit that more time may be con
sumed. Consequently, they very generally
favor an early session, in order that this
preliminary contest may be settled."
"it nas been suggested that the adminis
tration does not care to have the Congress
here; that the President will have less Iree
dom when both houses are present to pro
pound qnestions and to harass him."
"That is quite true; but the party men
will be either satisfied by October or will
have discovered that it will be necessary to
remain dissatisfied, and will understand
that it would be better for party unity to
turn their attention to legislative matters
and away from the offices. The Jriction
about the offices will by that time be over
come, or it will be irremediable. The party
machine will have to .move on, whether the
men who control nominating conventions are
'satisfied or not.
Although of Democratic Affiliations, They
Are Stirring Up the Republican
Factions In North Carolina
Mahone Also Meddling.
rSrECUI. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.
Washington, May 27. President Har
rison is afflicted with many relatives, and
they are all coming rapidly to the front.
North Carolina Bepublicans. who are en
gaged in a conflict for possession of the two
internal revenue offices of that State, com
plain that the President's Democratic
cousins are interfering in the fight, and they
indignantly resent the intrusion.
Years ago in North Carolina Bepublican
politics there was a perpetual conflict for office
between the Wilmington, or custom house
ring, and the internal revenue gang. The
Wilmington leaders were mostly carpet
baggers, the others mostly natives, or "scal
lawags." But among the custom house
faction were to be found influential native
Bepublicans like Jndge D. L. Bussell, and
supple-jointed fellows such as Mr. Sher
man's Senate Sergeant-at-Arms Canady.
Of the "revenue" gang, Dr. J. J. Mott was
The old fight has been renewed. The
contest over the offices in the western half
of the State is largely personal, and in
volves no particular ideas of policv. The
two white Bepublican Congressmen, Brower
and Bwart, watch each other like hawks,
and are jealous to the point of absurdity,
one of the other. The former is the older in
service. Both are jealous of the colored
Congressman. The contest for the internal
revenue collectorships has narrowed down
in the Fourth distriot (Eastern) to three
candidates, and in the Filth district
(Western) to only two. The Fourth
district is competed for by White,
lomer collector of a district
now absorbed. Young, brother of the last
Bepublican Collector of the Fourth, and by
a militia general named Hawkins. Young
has money, and the colored Congressman, '
White, some of the keenest politicians of
the old revenue gang.and Ha wkins,the Wil
mington people who have some offices they
wish to be filled pretty soon, and ex-Senator
Mahone is trying to fill one of these with
his former private secretary, a Mr. Sebrell.
They judge it to be the better policy to do
their swearing in a corner.
This interference of Mahone in North
Carolina State politics is, of course, bitterly
'esented. The applicant he supports is op
posed by the whole influence of the old riner.
But if North Carolinians are jealous of
Virginia influence, some of them are equally
so of influence from the Democratic party,
and notably the President's cousins. One
of these is suspected by Youne's friends, in
deed, directly accused, of throwing his Dem
ocratic voice on the side of Hawkins to
Young's detriment, chiefly.
HE SHOULD HAVE BEEN tSlLENT.
Loss of hair, which often mars the prettiest
ice, prevented by Parker's Hair Balsam.
Parker's Ginger Tonic alleviates suffering.
Marrlngo Ucenae Granted Yesterday.
(John J. Wheelen Btreator. El.
Jlargiret A. Hnghe Salem, O.
(Mattalis Beerman. .Trenton. N. J.
Katie Mosi nttsbnrg
C Michael Hillen Uankln's Station
i EmUle Gubbler Braddocfc
Charles J. Manning I'lttsburg
alary C. Lanlgen JUUvale
t Charles K. Baner North1 Fayette township
J Sarah Nngent North Fayette township
J Jacob Kocher Allegheny
J Annie Keahley Allegheny
(Edward C. Campbell Flttsburg
JldaM. Kemly Pittsburg
( Cornelias O'Kourke North Fayette township
(Mary A. Carson: North Fayette township
5 WlecyiTolan Kazlmlerz Waiowacz.... Flttsburg
Anna Lntonlskl Pittsburg
( Peter A. Moeller North layette township
I Katie bchmltt Flttsburg
Lorcnti bchlrra Lower St. Clair township
Elizabeth Bonder Baldwin township
(Patrick O'Brien Pittsburg
J Andrew Hammer Allegheny
(Hannah Johnson Allegheny
5 John V. Scott "Washington county
(Sarah J. Smith Elizabeth township
W. B. SchUd Pittsburg
(Mary Conncry Allegheny
(George Derringer -..MJUrale borough
( Charles Gschwlnd Allegheny
(Tbresa Heyl Allegheny
( Albert TV. Bnetter Allegheny
! Kate W. Kledalsch Allegheny
( Barney Corran Pittsburg
Maggie McKay Pittsburg
J William Jackson Plum township
LTPPINCOTT RICHARDSON In New
York, May 27. by the Rev. Dr. Armltage, Jesse
H. LippiNcoTT to Eliza betii Stevens Bice
abdson, both formerly of this city.
A Pension Clerk Fired for Doubting nn
Influential Man's Veracity.
rSPECIAt. TELXGBJLH TO THE DISPATCH.1
WASHlNGTON.May 27. Some time ago a
wonderful story was published in Colorado
about a bank robbery in Denver, in which a
desperado was represented as calling on
David H. Moffat, a bank President, and
compelling him by threats of instantly
blowinc up the bank building with dynamite,
to get 521,000 from the paying teller and
hand it to him. Colonel Posev B. Wilson,
of Colorado, a clerk in the Pension Office,
wrote to the Hew York Hun, expressing the
belief that the story was a "fake," and re
ferring to court records to show that Moffat's
reputation for veracity was not so high as
George Washington's was.
Unfortunately for Colonel Posey, Mofiatt
was the man who put up the means for the
election of Senator Wolcott. who. it is
rumored, is to become his son-in-law. and
Senator Wolcott has arrived here and de
manded the Colonel's dismissal, and with
this demand Commissioner Tanner has complied.
X Number of Good Places Given Out, bnt
None to Plttsburger.
Washington, May 27. The President
this evening made the following appoint
ments: Hiram Smith, Jr., of Cameron. Mo., to be
First Deputy Commissioner of Pensions.
Benjamin M. Thomas, of Santa Fe, N. Mex.,
to be Secretary of New Mexico.
Robert S. Anderson, of Baker City. Ore., to
be a Commissioner in and for the District of
Colorado, to reside at Ounalaska.
Hal. J. Cole, of Spokane Falls, Wyo. T., to
be aeent for the Indians of the Colville agency
In Washington Territory.
To be Registers of Land Office Alexander
jjjncu, oi rionaa.ai (jamesville. If la.; Doras
M. Fox. of Des Moines, Iowa, at Des Moines.
IowaJobn M. Hodpo, of Abilene, Kan., at Sa
lina, Kan.: John T. Apperson, of Oregon City.
Ore at Oregon City; Patrick Raleigh, of Little
Rock, Ark., at Little Rock; Herbert Brown, of
Arizona, at Tucson. Ariz.
To be Receivers of Public Monevs Volney
J. bhipman, of Florida, at Gainesville: John V.
Scott, of California, at Shasta, CaL
Samuel J. Rnby, of Iowa, has been appointed
United States Consul at Belfast, Irelani
BISHOP At his residence, 870 Webster ave
nue, on Sunday. May 26. 1889, at 10:15 A. M.,
Thomas Sabqent Bishop, in the 34th year of
Funeral will take place on Wednesday,
May 29, 1SS9. at 2.30 P.M. 2
CHAMBERS At the family residence, rear
2917 Penn avenue, on Sunday, May 28,1889, at
7:30 a. m., Joseph CHAXBEbs, aged 68 years
Funeral services on Tvesdat, 28th Inst, at
2:30 P. at Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. 2
CARROLL May 27, 18S9. at 12.30 A. JL, 6. B.
Carkoll, aged 29 years.
Funeral services at his late residence, No. 6
Pride street, on Wednesday, May 29, at 3
o'clock f. M. Interment private at a later hour.
DONAVEN On Sunday, May 20. at 230 A.
u., at the residence of her father, Terance
Bartley, in Mnlberryyalley, between Twenty
ninth and Thirtiethtreets, Maky, wife of
Timothy DonorajJ aged 27 years.
Funeral on Tuesday, May 28, at 2 P. M.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
DICKINSON-On Saturday, May 2?, 1B89
John Dickinson, aged 53 years.
Funeral from his late residence, No, 8 South
street, DetweemThirty-eighth and Thirty-ninth
streets, on Tuesday, at 2 p. 21. Friends of the
family, members of English Standard Lodge
and sister lodges are respectfully Invited to at
EVANS On 8abbath evening. May 28, 1889,
at 10:45, In the 63d year of his age, Benjamin
Evans, late of Company L, Twenty-eighth,
and Company A. One Hundred and Forty-sev
enth Regiments Pennsylvania Volunteers, and
brother of John Evans, of Allegheny.
Funeral on Wednesday, the 29th Inst, at 2
p. M. from his late residence. No. 31 Tustin
street, Pittsburg. 2
HUESKEN On Sunday, May 26, at 3:35 A.
M., at the residence of her mother, Mrs. C.
Staat, 117 Main street. Allegheny, Mrs. Emma
C reUct of the late Bernard Huesken, In her
28th year. r
Fnneral on Tuesday, at 2 p. u. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
LAMONT On Snnday, May 28, 18S9, John,
youngest son of D. C. and Jane Lamont, aged 6
Funeral from the residence of his parents,
Cherry street, Etna, Pa., on Tuesday, May 28,
1889, at 4 p. 11. Friends of the family are in
vited to attend.
LYONS On Monday, May 27, 1589. at 6 P. M.,
Katie, daughter of Michael and Ellen Lyons,
agea 1 years ana 7 mourns.
Funeral from the residence of her parents,
corner ot Stanton and Holmes avenues, on
"Wednesday at 2 p. h. Friends of the family
respectfully invited to attend. 2
BEESE Snnday, May 28, 1889, WllALIAX
Reese, aged 68 yeais 5 days.
Fnneral from his late residence on Butler
pike, near Etna, Tuesday, May 28. at 2 P. M.
Friends of the family are respectfully Invited
to attend. 2
In the Basement Bargain
Annex Entrance just
inside our Fifth avenue
The enormous sale of Car
pets by us since April 1 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 to 35c.
Extra Super Unions,
40 to 50c.
Extra Super Best,
55 to 65c.
Tap. Brus., lowest, 45 c.
Body Brussels,. - 85c.
China Mattings, from
$3 50 per roll (40 yds.)
N. B. We have to-day
placed on sale at a discount of
30 per cent fron recent prices
a largeline of English Ingrain
Art Squares of our own im
Sizes 8x14, price 30c a dozen or
Sizes 11x18, price 40c a dozen or
Sizes 12x22, price 50c a dozen or
Sizes 17x27, price 75c a dozen
or 8c each.
Sizes 21x36, price $x 50 a dozen or
Sizes 28x43, price $2 a dozen or
G. A. R. Flags, 95c a dozen or 10c j
2x3 Bunting Flags, $1 25 each. '
3x5 Bunting Flags, $2 50 each.
4x7 Bunting Flags, $3 50 each.
6x9 Muslin Flags, $4 each.
The best in the two cities.
ICE CREAM SODA WATER,
ONLY 5c. The usual price is 10c.
Our Soda Fountain is under the
charge of Monsieur Jean Baptiste
Roche, late of Paris, who manufac
tures the syrups from the fruit We
guarantee our syrup to be abso
lutely pure, the juice of the fruit
without any admixture.
B. & B.
TUESDAY, May 28.
Thursday will be a day for
patriotic thoughts But with
too many there ts such a
mingling of sorrow that the
day is not entirely onb of joy.
The nation mourns its dead
hut lauds their deeds.
A passing thought in the
hope of interesting you in what
we want to say to you
. In the Suit Room It is. -un
derstood . always that the few
t-ST81E 0PM THUISDAY NEXT (BEC01AH03 MI)
MUL 12 NOON ONLY.
UNBOUNDED BARGAINS FOR EVERYBODY
THIS 'WEEK AT
items stand for the many.
JAMES ARCHD3ALD & BRO.,
XJVERY AND SALE STABLES,
117, 119 and 138 Third arenue, two doors below
Smithfield EL, next door to Central Hotel.
Carnages lor funerals, $3. Carriagesforoperas,
parties, &&, at the -lowest rates. AU new car
riages. Telephone communication. myl-11-TTS
, A ulitunt Controller Cilkeion Qualifies.
"Washington, May 27. Mr. B. F.
Gilkeson qualined this morning as Second
Controller of the Treasury, and at once en
tered upon the discharge of his new duties.
Mr. Sigourney Butler, the retiring Control
ler, took official leave of the officers and em
ployes of the bureau, at the same time pre
uenting them to their new chief.
An III-Fated Excursion.
VTABOIXGTOX, May 27. Secretary
.Blaine's excursion on the Dispatch, in
honor of Sir Julian Pauncefote, which was
postponed until to-day on account of the
death of Minister Bice, has been again post
poned until to-morrow, on account of rainy
Gen. Harrison and Decoration Day.
"Washington, If ay 27. "While it is not
altogether settled as yet it is more than
probable that the President will leave
Washington on Wednesday for the purpose
of taking part in the memorial exercises in
New Yotk and Brooklyn" on Decoration
X An Apia Hero Shown Around.
'Washington. May 27. Captain Far-
5quhar. who commanded the ill-fated Trenton
jjwhen she was cast away at Apia, has arrived
M ; Washington. He had a long interview
fcwith Secretary Tracv this moraine, and tha
Secretary afterward took him over to the
S" "tjuiuueam) see Decretory xnaine.
BAPID GROWTH OP A. 0. H.
Organizing Throughout the State as Well
ns nt Home.
The A. O. H., B. of E., is organizing
very rapidly through its various county
delegates in Pennsylvania and through
State Delegate McFarland, who, accompanied
by Major McKnight, visits Altoona to-day to
organize Blair county, and will attend the State
Convention in Johnstown before returning.
Mr. William Rockford, county delegate of
Allegheny county, organized a division on Sun
day last at Bnena Vista, on the Yonghiogneny
river, with 57 chartered members. This di
vision is numbered 22. which goes to snow the
great increase of the A. O. H. for the last five
years. The new division voted to send three
delegates to the State Convention in Johns
town to-morrow. All the delegates from Alle
cheny countv will leave the Ilnion ttim ..
THE SINGING EVANGELIST.
Ira D.Snnkey Hopes Prohibition Will Carry
In the State.
Ira D. Sankey, the evangelist and com
panion of Moody, was at the Union station
last night He had been spending a few days
in New Castle, his old borne, and was going to
Mr. Sankey inquired about the prospects of
prohibition in the State, and he hoped the
measure would carry.
pEPKESKHTED IN PITTSBURQ IS ISO.
ASSETS - . 19X7169833.
Insurance Co. of Korth America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. ia202-l
33 FIFTH AVENUE 33
Fleishman & Go's.
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506 and 508 Market st.
CLIP THIS ADVERTISEMENT.
It wiU entitle you to a souvenir,
if presented to us wJien you make
your purchase, provided you buy
$1 or more.
Mits' Embroidered Caps.
WESTERN INSVBANCE CO.
NO. 411 WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIMICK, President.
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President
fe22-26-TTS WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillings from Jl up. Amalgam, 50c;
silver, 75a: white alloy, $L
DRS. McCLAREN t WAUGAMAN. Dentists,
Corner Smithfield and Fourth avenue.
Fate and Fashion Can't be Fonght,
Yon can't swim against fashion. The
ladies' wraps that are all the rage this year
may, or may not, be out of style next year.
Eaufmanns' don't propose to take any
chances, but have concluded to close out the
balance of their stock of fine beaded wraps,
regardless of cost or conseqnence. Two
examples: Their beautiful $10 wraps have
been cut down to $5, while their former f 7
wraps will go at 53 50. Ask to see these
garments at Kaufmanns' to-day.
The Best W-Ccnt India Silks Shown
.Are here to-day 115 pieces, all new, just
imported extra good and fine, only 75 cents.
Penn Avenue Stores,
Just received from the Anheuser Busch
St Louis brewery a large supply of their
celebrated Budweiser beer, in both quarts
buu piuu. jL-ur bttie ai i. w. OCQmldt S
Nos. 95 and 97 Fifth avenue, city. '
Ladies' black pure silk gloves, sizes 6 to
7, reduced from 50c to 29c, at Eosenbaum &
thc nppAT puniicu pcuenv.
For Bilious and Nenrous Disorders.
"Worth a Guinea a Box" bnt sold
for 25 cents,
BT ALL DRUGGISTS.
SPRLNO AND SUMMER, 1889.
Underwear and Hosiery.
Oar own special hand loom made Silk, Lambs'
Wool, Merino, Balbriggan, Lisle Thread, etc
rt nce for spring
WUW T CO AND SUMMER.
Dress, Promenade, Driving, etc. Best
makers. First-class only.
No. 8 King Edward St.
London, E. C. I New Yorl
No. 1 Rue D'Uies, Paris office. niy9-24-TT3
BOILERS, PLATE AND
PATENT SHEET IRON ANNEALING
, , BOXES.
with an Increased capacity and hydraulls
machinery wo are prepared to f nmish all work
in our line cheaper and hotter than by the old
methods. Repairing and general machine
work. Twenty-ninth street and Allegheny Val-
BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA.
150 CUPS FOfUL
MANUFACTURERS AND MERCHANTS
INS. Co., 417 Wood street, Pittsburg. Pa.
Capital. $250,000 00
Assets January L 1889 383.745 80
Dlrectors-Chas. W. Batchelor. President; 1
uuu n. uuiuutui, vice rresiaent: A. ii w.
Painter. Robt Lea, M. W. Watson, John Wil
son, Joseph Walton, Wm. G. Park. A. M.
gvers, Oas. J. Donneli, Geo. E. Painter. John
Thompson, Wm. T. Adair, Secretary; Jas.
Little, Assistant Secretary; August Ammon,
General Agent ja22-46-rrs
In Both M-MaAe and MacMne-Mafle.
r Hand-made Caps at 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, 90c, JL
si a, i a, si as, si w. juacnine-maae Laps
at 05c, 90c, SI, SI 25, $1 76, $2, $2 25. Extraor
dinary values in
Misses' and Children's
Ages 1 to IS years, from 85c to 5.
Special offerings in Ladies', Misses', Chil
dren's and Men's Underwear and Hosiery.
, BLOUSE WAISTS,
In Scotch Flannel, Oxford, Madras and Silk,
for Ladies, Misses and Children.
A, G, CAMPBELL & SONS,
710 PENN AVENUE. 710
Between Seventh and Eighth sts.
-SS-Open until 9 p.m. Saturday. mj26-Tarsu
Nice cloth, all-wool
braid trimmed, at io.
A fine cldth suit, Applique
trimmed, at 18.
Two elegant Broadcloth
suits, trimmed handsomely in
fine Applique braid, at $37 50
All these in a choice line of
For a nice summer costume
see the India Silk Suits, nicely
trimmed in Surah and Rib
Black Henrietta Suitsplain,
Fine Persian trimmed cloth
suits, light shades, $25.
r tne Black Henrietta ouzls,
handsomely trimmed in rich
Irish Point Lace, $33.
-This doesn't include the
Black Silks and the Black
In Wash Suits Satines,
$1 to $23; Ginghams,-$5 to
White Embroidered Lawn
Suits, $430 to i8; White
Embroidered Lawn Wrappers,
2 30 to 8.
SILKS Another large in
voice received yesterday of
those 30c and 63c Black
Surahs. Two pnirchases last
week were sold out, leaving
scarcely a sample. 1 hey do
not really need advertising
now just want to throw a
hint to tliose who make it a
point to read:
A special lot of Cros Grains,
22 inches wide, at 73c; excel
A reference to the Silk De
partment . ts lacking if it
doesnt include those 40-cent
Indias. There's plenty of
tat Memorial Week Sale.
AxJjeciiyes piled up in .cold type mountain high would fail to giv
joVl art.idea of the elegance and intrinsic worth of the multitude of
WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT THE
PHENOMMALLY LOW PEICES
$8, $10 and $12.
Suits handsome and stylish and as good as they're handsome. No
sham or bluff here, but real live bargains, such as other dealers find it
impossible to gie, hence their whining and pitiful lamentations. At
these prices will be found suits in nobby light colors, neat medium
colors, dressy darl'c colors, plain Cassimeres, fancy Scotches, black and
blue Corkscrews, f ancy Cheviots, Plaids, Stripes, Checks and fashion
able Mixtures. Styles: straight cut sacks, one-button sacks, sacks with
soft roll or without, one-button frocks, three and four-button cutaway
frocks, etc- You should see them.
Fashionable Dress Suits at $15 Only
All patterns, all shades all the best materials, all -colors, all styles. Over
1,500 to select from. Yen couldn't do better for a fit if you went to a
merchant tailor and paid $ia. Now you fashionable dressers come and
see these suits. You'll be as much astonished at the low price as you'll
be delighted with the general make-up and quality of the goods, and it
will indeed be peculiar if yooi don't at once get one of these suits and
what is more, tell your friends about this sale of ours.
MLLE. E. DREYER.
NO. 6M PENN AVENUE.
IMPORTER OF FRENCH MILLINERY,
xnnimea isonneis ana ronna nan.
Mourning a Specialty.
A special lot of Huckaback
Towels; three numbers just
from the Belfast Bleacheries;
extra values, 23c, 33c and 30c
The extraordinary offers In the three dis
tinctively "Wash Dress Goods" Departments
make business every day In the week. These
account Cor It:
ISc for 30-cent Satines.
15c for 25-cent India Cashmere Printing
15c for 25c Imported Zephyr ningfrmf,
20o for 30c Fine Imported Zephyrs.
30c for Finest Scotch Zephyrs.
25c for 50c good pattern, all-wool Chillis.
80c for 60c Finest French all-wool Chillis
35c for Finest French Chains, choice patterns,
45c and 75c for Choice Printed Cashmeres.
G. A. R. Suits for Decoration Day
Altho' we have thousands of G.A.R. Suits, at all prices, from $2 90
up to 15, yet it is to the suits at $6, $7, $8 and 10 that we particularly
call attention. At
GENUINE BLUE MIDDLESEX SUITS,
and go where you like or where you will in this city you can't get else
where a genuine blue Middlesex suit, such as we offer for $8,,under 10.
Some other dealers have the gall and nerve to ask $12 for suits actually
inferior to our $8 suit. We have G.iK. single coats at $1 25, and are
just paralyzing all competition by offering CAR. Caps at 44c and 33c;
White Gloves at 7c per pair and White Vests, with an extranet of G. A.
R. buttons, at 39c each only. Depend on it we are never undersold.
115, 117, w 121
Federal Street, Allegheny.
MOTHERS LISTEN TO THIS
WE ARE OFFERING
Boys' Shirt Waists, good and handsome patterns, igc.
Boys' fine Cheviot Waists at 24c only.
Beautiful Star Waists, with standing collars, 63c only.
Finest Star Waists, usual 1 50 goods, for 83c only.
Children's Sailor Suits at 49c, 75c, 1 25, gi 50 up.
Boys' nobby short-pant Suits at $1 50, 1 75 and $2.
Boys' all-wool short-pant Suits at $2 50, $3 and $4.
Boys' elegant Jersey Suits, $2 35, $3, $3 50 and 4 25.
Boys' finest novelties in knee-pant Suits at $5.
Boys' long-pant Suits at $3 50, $4, 5 and $6.
Boys' very fine long-pant Dress Suits at $8 and J5io.
Though we're not using the word bargain, yet these are truly that.
The toughest, prettiest, most money-saving clothes your boy can get t
wear. Parents should see them.
GRAND MEMORIAL WEEK BARGAINS
Straw and Light Colored Hats
Men's straight brim (Yacht) Hats in Canton, Japanese, Milan and
Mackinaw Straws at 29c, 49c, 74c Men's Straw Hats in Sailor shapes
(curled brim) in Cantons, Mackinaws, Shanzies and Milans, 19c, 24c,
49c, 69c Boys' white mixed Straws in Milan and Mackinaw braids,
newest and most stylish of shapes, 14c 19c, 29c, 48c. Children's Straw
Hats in Sailor and other popular styles, 3c, 14c, 19c, 29c, 48c. Men's
light colored Derbys at 89c, 98c, $r 24, $1 48, $1 74, $2 24. Men's
Crush Hats, 49c, 74c, 98c
Bargains Certain to Be Appreciated,
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS Interesting bargains for housekeeping in our Table Linens, beginning with agood, substantial Loom Linen at 20o and 25e; Cream and
,"..Ttu X; ni, m IT Ai 7. . . 77 """yyruisoiayesteraavatooejnner qualities at equally good values. Then tne z-mcn wide aouDie jjamass, at 10c, can't Dean-,
plicated. Fringed Table Cloths in White and Colored Borders, with Napkins to match, at unusually low figures. Napkins and Doylies in all goods. Towels, better bargains
than heretofore in our new importations. Raw Silk Taum! nnrorn jul io.a : :. Pintk si.n nnir... i. ;. TJ,n waTx. .nan;ii K.,r;no in WMfo Hniif. vm
The Beit 75-Cent India Silks Shown
Are here to-day 115 piece, all new, just
imported extra good and fine, only 75 cents.
Jos. Hoene'& Co.'s
Penu Avcnne Stores.
C0cand76cup. Colored Quilts, $1, SI 25, $1 SO; the latter the best Mitchelm Quilt Beady-made Mattresses, Bolsters and Pillows- in stock, and special jizes made to order.
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WASH FABBICS Large line of Wash Goods, suitable for the warm weather, in Challies, 5c, 6c, 12c, 18c and up. Dress Ginghams in American and Scotch produc
tions, beginning at 6Jc, 6c, 10c, 12Jic up to finest Zephyrs. American and French Satines in large assortment, 80 np. Fifty pieces Satines opened to-day, at 12c; regular price
hasten 20c. See the exquisite styles at 20c, 25o'and 30c. Beersucker, 5o and 6145 00. Large selection new styles White Goods in plain, stripes and .figured, hemstitched
edge, etc, at low prices. 'S r ,
MILLINEEY Summer opening this week. All the newest ideas here displayed in Trimmed Hats and Bonnets. In the untrimmed shapes we have ererr coneelvaMe
style to select from ; and remarkable bargains in Bibbons and Flowers, in wreaths, sprays, buds, roses, etc We employ none but the best trimmers, and when materials are bo ueht
from us we ujajeno chargefor trimming. Misses' School and Dress Hats. Boys' Straw Hats. Children and Infants' Caps and our prices are the lowest
TJNDEKWEAK We are ready for the warm weather Men's White and Colored Shirts and Drawers, in Merino, at25o up. In Balbriggan, solid colors aed striped, S7He,
40c and 60c up. In Gauze, 15c and 25o are special values. Ladies, Children and Infants' Underwear in light and medium weights, and yarious grades ot Mnslin Underwear for Ladies
and Misses. Chemise and Drawers, 25c -up. Skirts, Corset Corers, White Dresses at popular prices. Hosiery for Ladies, in solid colors, 8c a pair. See the ikflt black we are
selling lor 25c; would be good value at COc. Boys and Misses' Hosiery and Men's Hosiery at right prices.
PABASOLS AND UMBEELLAS We show the largest lines of Parasols, All the newest handles. La Tosca, long, medium and short handles, and a irreat variety of
Silk, popular prices,?! to 55. Helvetian Umbrella, gold-tipped handle, 81 up. A large line Gloria Silks at 81 25 for 26-inch and 81 50 for 28-inch: worth5o more.
BA?GAIN.B " CLOAK EOOlWerseys, Blouse Waists, Beaded Wraps, Cloaks and Stockinette. Jackets, Silk and Cashmere Wrapt Lighnffia'
and Stun suits, etc - -
GRAND MEMORIAL WEEK BARGAINS
Finest Wash Ties, 17c Fine qualify fancy striped and solid colored
French Balbriggan Underwear, 49c only. Extra fine French silk stripe
Flannel Shirts, extraordinary value, at $i 34. Extra quality seamless
Balbriggan Half Hose, 13c per pair only. Four-ply Linen Collars, sizes
i6j and ij, at 17c per dozen only. Good Doemet Overshirts, 29c
Boys' and Misses' school Hose, absolutely fast black, guaranteed, 17c to
34c. Beautiful Handkerchiefs 13c, or two for 25c. Men's fancy Un
derwear, 63c, well worth $i, eta, etc.
DON'T FORGET THAT WE'RE HEADQUARTERS
FOR ALL KINDS OF
.wis, WaKh. Suits, Silk
Don't forget to see our Carpets and Lace Curtains and tha specialties in Silks and Wool Dress Goods.
"Samples Sent on request Mail orders promptly executed,.
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