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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH,;, "WEDNESDAY,
A-tFi;ht.Between Two Organizations
in tlie Hocking Valley.
CHRIS EYAKS ISSUES A CIRCULAR
He Gives the Report of
A3 AGKEE1IEKI WITH THE EXIGHTS
IETEC1U. TXXXOBAX TO TH SXSP.i.TCIt.1
Colttmbcs, Mar 28. The indications are
that there may yet he trouble in the Hock
ing Valley mines over the failure to agree
upon stopping the checking-off system.
Soon after the Pittsburg conven
tion the officers of the -National
Progressive Union claimed that
tne operators of the Hocking Valley
had agreed upon a scale, and made ar
. rangements to proceed under promises from
tne -h.nignts of Labor. L. D. Doty and E.
S. Martin, who represented the operators at
the Pittsburg meeting, said they had no ar
rangements -with the Knights of labor look
ing to a reduction of prices for day labor or
increasing the hours of labor in the valley.
Chris Evans, President of District Kb. 10,
if. P. U., publishes a card to-day in which
he embodies the report ot Doty and Martin
after they returned irom the Pittsburg meet
ing. It is addressed to the other operators
of the valley. They say they were ap
pointed a committee to meet the K. of L.
officers at Pittsburg, April 1G.
They'arranged with them for a scale of
prices for the year, commencing May 1,
1889, of 624 cents for six months and 67J
cents for six months in the Hocking Valley,
together with the special guarantee from
them that they will bring the price of entry,
driving, hauling and all-day labor in com
peting districts of Ohio up to the standard
of the prices we pay for the same labor, and
also the number of hours worked as a
day's work to be equalized between us
and these places, and it this is not done by
them by July 15, 1889, they will bring our
prices for this labor and hours considered a
day's work down to the level of these com
peting places, we on our part agreeingjo
stop the checking off done in our officeaot
all duties for labor organizat'ons, and check
off nothing except the check weighman's
"We agree to this freely to answer their
argument that we should not hamper their
ability to carry our arrangement by con-'
tinuing in this manner to furnish means to
a rival and
"We urge upon you all the faithful carry
ing out of this agreement on our part, com
mencing promptly May 1. Your committee
assumed to act (or you in the inter-State
convention held in Pittsburg April 16, 1889,
after the withdrawal .from that con
vention of the committee appointed
by the Ohio coal operators, who stated
their instructions would not permit
them to treat with a convention whose rep
resentatives of miners were not progressive
union men an 1 in this convention this ar
rangement would carry out, notwithstand
ing the united opposition of the Pennsyl
vania miners, delegates, who are strongly
instructed for uniform price of 74 cents for
Pennsylvania and C5 cents for the Hocking
Valley for the year.
There may be some trouble over this in
Pennsylvania, but the operators were as
sured of all necessary and possible action
by the delegates to carry out the conclu
sions reached by the convention.
NOT KEADT IET.
Campbell Does Not Appoint His Committee
Secretary "Ward, of the Central Trades
Council of "Western Pennsylvania, yester
dav received a notice from President Camp
. bell, of the "Window Glass "Workers' Asso
ciation, stating that be was not prepared to
meet the committee from that body. The
council has appointed Messrs. "William J.
Smith and Dennis Hayes to represent them
in the investigation ot the importation of
foreign glass workers. President Campbell
has the privilege of appointing two and the
four men will select the fifth, and this com
mittee will conduct the investigation.
The window glass workers are not ready
to appoint their committee. It is believed
that President "Wcihe, of the Amalgamated
Association, will be the fifth man on the
A 10 PEE CENT CUT.
The Wages Proposed far Some of the Iron
The statement that Moorhead, McCleane
& Co. have demanded a reduction of 10 per
cent in the present scale, is denied by the
officials of the Amalgamated Association.
Notwithstanding this denial, some oi the
workers state that the demand has been
It is also stated that the Pittsburg Forge
. and Iron Company will make a similar de
mand within a few days, and that other
manufacturers will follow suit. This is an
indication that the iron manufacturers pro
pose to ignore the Amalgamated Associa-'-tion
in the settlement ol the annual wage
NEW IEON BATES.
Pittsburg and Lake Erie Will Make a
Change to Take Effect Jane 17.
The Pittsburg and Lake Erie Railroad
yesterday named a number of new iron
rates to go into effect June 17. They will
apply on stuff from "Wampum, Youngs
town and other valley stations to the points
in the vicinity of Scotdale. The new rates
are as follows: On muck, scrap iron,
billets, blooms and skelp iron, 24,000 pounds
minimum car loads,. 51 30 per gross ton; pig
iron, $1 15; cinder aad scale, $1 10.
STEEL SHAFT MANUFACTURERS.
They Will Form an Association forSIntual
A preliminary meeting of the manufac
turers oi steel shafts was held at the Hotel
Anderson yesterday for the purpose of
forming an association for mutual protec
tion to the business.
Only three manufacturers attended the
meeting, but matters pertaining to the trade
were discussed. Another meeting will be
held, when a larger attendance is expected.
The Situation at Homestead.
A non-union man applied for work at the
Homestead works yesterday, but the men
took charge of him. It is believed that the
firm want to have the scale signed by as
many men as possible before the time. The
scale year does not expire until June 30, and
the men tar tnat if any more men apply for
work they will close down the milL before
the end of the scale year. ,
Tpe Iron Molders' Union will hold a picnic at
Bock Point on Decoration Day.
A convestiox of coal miners "of the Pitts
burg district will be held at K. of L. Hall this
morning to consider the price for mining.
The shipments of iron ore from the lake
ports this year are heavier than ever before
and the prospects for a good trade are exceed
He li Blaine's Nephew.
New York, May 28. Deputy Collector
"William J. Searing on request to-day
banded in his resignation to Collector Er
Aardt Secretary Blaine's nephew, Harry
Stanwood, who was appointed a deputy yes
terday, will be assigned to Searing's dl
j.yisioiL. ,- t
."HE PAYORS LICENSE.
Cardinal Gibbons Is Opposed to Frobtbltlon
Became It Docs Not Prohibit Evils
of Sunday Drinking: Police
BAlrrMOBE, May 28. Cardinal Gibbons
is an earnest advocate of high license. He
I am decidedly opposed to prohibition as a
means of preventing intemperance, because It
does not prohibit. Experience has shown in
those States where prohibition has been tried
that it is not an effective means of preventing
the vice ot drinking. There aro many ways
ot evading the laws, and often the law offi
cers connive at the evasion. Prohibition is
to be discouraged also because it confounds
the drunkard with those who use liquor in
moderation, making out a sin where there is no
sin. The only places where prohibition might
be enforced are thickly settled country dis
tricts. I am very strongly in favor of high
license as a means of checking Intemperance.
I regard hlch license, with moral sanction, a
the most efficient way of diminishing the drink
ing vice. In order to make high license effectual
only a limited number of licenses should
be issued for each ward, and they should
be given only to persons of good
reputation, men who stand 'before the com
munity moral and upright, and owners of prop
erty. The licenses should be accompanied with
strict legislation, and the violation of laws re
specting these licenses should be severely pun
ished. Among the punishments should be the
withdrawal ot licenses, never to be restored to
the one wno violates tne law.
I am Id favor of a severe police Sunday-law
prohibiting the sale of liquors on Sundays, and
would bare that law rigidly enforced. The
saloon keepers in Baltimore say that they sell
more liquor on eunaay man on any oiner aay.
This is a crying shame, and somebody is re
sponsible for this state of things. The Keeping
of taverns and saloons open on Sundays
leads to rsany bad consequences. The man
who frequents the saloons is not likely
to attend church, nor is he in con
dition to worship. Drunkenness, while
always sinfal, is an aggravated crime when
committed on Sunday. It is scandalous and
leads to the violation ot other laws. More
crime can be traced to intemperance than to
any other source. It is useless to make the
most stringent laws for the observance of San
day and the nrevention of the sale of Honor
on that day unless the police are brought to
enforce the laws. The indifference shown the
Snnday laws and the neglect to enforce them
brings those laws into contempt. Hither en
force Sunday laws or take the liquor licenses
KICKING IN HIS COFPIN.
A XantlcoSco Man Escapes Being Burled
by Making a Noise.
Wilkesbabee, May 28. A decided
sensation was created at Nanticoke this
morning. On Sunday John Stephen,an old
man emplo ed as outside laborer at the
mines, was found dead in bed, at least that
was the supposition. Preparations were
made for his funeral; a grave was procured
at the poor farm, and 'this morning
Stephen's body was taken there In a wagon.
In a lonely part of the road the driver
beard a noise in the box. It grew louder
and louder. The driver became alarmed,
jumped from his seat and went to the near
est house. The inmates were brought to the
The noise continued, and the box was
broken open, and, to the surprise of all,
Stephen elevAted himself. He was very
weak. The box was roughly constructed,
otherwise the unfortunate man would have
been smothered. He was lifted ont of his
coffin and taken to the residence of John
Cashen. He was totally ignorant of what
had taken place, and says that all he can
remember is that he drank whisky in a sa
loon Saturday night
A Young Girl fay a Revolver Which No.
body II ad Even Touched.
Eatj Claibe, "Wis., May 28. Laura
Fleming, the 14-year old daughter of a
farmer living near this city, was visiting at
the house of James McComb, a neighbor,
Sunday night. She went upstairs to bed
with Mr. McComb 'a daughter, also a girl of
14. Suddenly the McComb girl rushed
downstairs and said that Laura was killed.
Laura was found lying across abe bed. She
had been shot in the head, and a smoking
revolver lay near by.
The dving girl could talk, but gave no
explanation, and died at 4 o'clock this
morning. The McComb girl said that
neither she nor the dead girl had touched
the weapon, which lay on the window sill
when thev entered the room.
ejose on Decoration Day.
That's , to-morrow,
uo your snoppinc to-
Boggs & Buhl.
HUMORS, BLOTCHES, SORES, SCALES,
CRUSTS, AND LOSS OF HAIR CURED.
Terrible Blood Poiion. Suffered all a man
could .suffer snd lire. Face :nd body
covered'with awful sores. Used the Cuti
cura Remedies ten weeks and it practically
cured. A remarkable case.
I contracted a terrible blood-poisoning a year
ago. 1 doctored with two good physicians,
neither of whom did me any eood. I suffered
all a man can suffer and live. Hearing of your
Cottcuba Remedies I concluded to trvthem.
knowing if they did me no good they could
make me no worse. I have been using them
about ten weeks, and am most bappy to say that
I am almost rid of the awful sores that covered
my face and body. My tape was as bad, if not
worse, than that of Miss Boynton, spoken of in
'your book, and I would say to anyone In the
same condition, to use CtnicUKA. and they will
surely be cured. You may use this letter in the
interests ot suffering humanity.
E.W. KEYNOLDS, Ashland, Ohio.
Covered with Running Sores 17 years.
I have been troubled with a skin and scalp
disease for seventeen years. My head at times
was one running sore, and my body was covered
with them as large as a half dollar, I tried a
great many remedies without effect until I used
tne Ctjticura Remedies, and am thankful to
state that after two months of their use I am
entirely cured. I feel it my duty to you and the
public to state the above case.
L. R. MCDOWELL, Jamesburg, N. J.
Dug and Scratched 38 years.
I go Mr. Dennis Downing ten years better. I
have dug and scratched for thirty-eight years.
Ihad what is termed pruritls, and have suffered
everything, and tried a number of doctors but
got no relief. Anybody could have got $500 had
they cured me. The Cuticttka Remedies
cured me. God bless the man who invented
CHENEY GREEN, Cambridge, Mass.
Are sold everywhere. Price, CtrncrmA, 50a;
Soap, 25c.; Resolvent, SL Prepared by the,
Pottee Dbug ad Chemical Coepoeation,
3-Send for "How to Cure Skin Dis
eases," 64 pages, 50 illustrations, and 100 testi
monials. DIUPLKS, black-heads, chapped and oily
rim skin m-evented bv CrmcrmA Mrnr.
by Cuticuba Medi-
Aching Sides and Back,
nip. Kidney, ana uterine pains a
weaknesses relieved in one mij
by tire Cuticura Anti-Pain Piaiu
the first and onlv instanttnlmna
pain-kiiiing, sirengineniDC piaster.
WHEN YOU ORDI
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
Attebnpts are frequently iXdc to
palm off inferior Waters bkirtrtg
laoeis cioseiy resemoung the stnuine
Mottles bearing the genuiile Apolli-
nans labels are frequently filed
vmn a spurious article.
LOOK AT THE-CORK.
w7uck, if genuine Js branded with
the name of the lApollinaris Com
pany. Limited. a4d the words "AioL
, man's BrunntnV ' around an anchor.
LEAD TKUST MAGNATES
Visit Franklin to Becnre Another Factory in
Special Telecram to The DlsDstch.
FKAKKEiK,'May28. S.B, Bradley, ot New
York; W. H. Pulsifer, or St. Louis; A. T. Gos
horn, of Cincinnati, and A. P. Thompson, of
Buffalo, moguls of the National Lead Trust,
are to inspect the American Oxide Works with
a view to placing It in the trust, if possible.
The company was formed a year ago with S500.
000 capital to test a new method of manufact
uring oxide of lead, zinc, etc with the use of
natural gas. The tests. It is claimed, were suc
cessful, and will revolutionize the methods ot
manufacturing oxiaos or lead and zinc
Patents are held In England, Germany,
Franco and Italy as well as in the United
States, and if the deal is completed it win give
the trust control of the manufacture of oxides
in the world.
NOT AN EXPENSIVE CHANGE.
The Proposed Alterations In the Flan of the
Washington, May 28. The Board of Naval
Bureau Chiefs which have been considering
the feasibility of changing the plans for the
completion of the monitor Puritan held an
other meeting to-day and decided to recom
mend the adoption of the plans proposed by
the Bureau of Construction.
These look to the substitution of heavier
guns in barbettes for the turret guns, and a
general addition to the powers ol offense and
defense of the vessel. It is estimated that the
changes In the plans will not cost mors to
carry out than the original plans.
an Unexpected guest.
A Masked Robber Unpleasantly Interrupts
a Midnight ConrUhlp.
Mt. Veenon, O., May 23. While Henry
Parker was visiting Miss Dudgeon, in Harrison
township, last night, at midnight, a masked
man entered the room, presented a revolver at
his head and demanded his money. Parker
replied that he bad none, but when the robber
cocked bis revolver the young man handed
over SI, all ho had. The robber then went to
David Dudgeon's house and stole $180 from his
clothes. He was pursued, but escaped.
A Reward for Illegal Toting.
Special Telegram to The Dispatch.
Beaver, Pa., May 25. At a meeting of the
.Executive- Committea in the interest of the
Constitutional amendment, held in the Court
House to-day, it was resolved that a reward of
$100 be pala for the conviction of any person
violating the late act of Assembly in regard to
the use of money to procure voters, etc
A Woman Dies Laughing.
Hopkxksvh.x.s, Kr., May 28. Mrs. Henry
Wacgener, wife of a wealthy Union county
farmer, ate a hearty dinner yesterday and rose
laughing from the table, when she suddenly
fell to the floor and instantly expired. Sup
posed to have been heart disease.
The Thetis Sails for Alaska.
Washington, May 23. The United States
steamer Thetis sailed yesterday from Tacoma,
Wash. T., for Sitka, Alaska.
American Challis 300 pieces just
opened, and we believe the choicest line we
have yet shown, from 8c to 30c a yd. the
prices range. HtTQtJS & HACEE.
B. & B.
Our stores will be closed all day to-morrow,
Boogs & Buhl.
Smoke the best La Perla del Fumar clear
Havana Key "West cigars. Three for 25c.
G. "W. Schmidt, 95 and 97 Fifth avenue.
The Trade Supplied.
Imported, Key "West and domestic cigars
at bottom prices. Wm. J. Fbiday,
"WTSu C33 Smithfield street
Extraordinary bargains in gent's thin
unwear at 30c, 37Jf c, 50c, worth 50 per cent,
more, at Eosenbaum & Co., 27 Fifth avenue.
Flannel shirts for boating, fishing,
James H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth ave.
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
(Martin Clongherty Pittsburg
Maggie Carne Pittsburg
George B. Porter. Jr ?.Pittburg
(MenaU. Schoeller Pittsburg
(Harry N. Teeters Mononjcahela City
jAlleM. Wilson Sturgeon, Allegheny county
(Conle Beck , Chicago, 111
Bertha Altenberger Pittsburg
Barclay Belliard Rose township
EvaMcCrea Ohio township
TVUIIam A. GUI Pittsburgh
Maggie M. ijtattenneld Plttsbuix
Thomas Maloney Pittsburg
Hannah Klcbarason McKeesport
(James E. Lamont, Pittsburg
J L'.-zle Uoebm v Pittsbnrjr
IKose Sharer Pittsburg
(Thomas Walters Pittsburg
I Martha Simms Pittsburg
BISHOP At his residence, 870 Webster ave
nue, on Sunday, May 28, 1&9, at 10.15 A. M.,
Thomas Saeqent Bishop, in the 31th year of
Funeral -will take place on Wednesday,
May 29, 18S9, at 2.30 P. IT. Friends of the family
are respectfully invited to attend. 2
PVANS On Sabbath evening. May 26, 18S9,
at 10:45, in the 63d year of bis age, Benjamin
Evans, late ot Company L, Twenty-eighth,
and ComDanvA. One Hundred and Fortv-sev.
enth Regiments Pennsylvania Volunteers, and
brother of John Evans, of Allegheny.
Funeral on Wednesday, the 29th Inst, at 2
p. if. from his late residence. No. Si Tnstln
street, Pittsburg. 2
FINNEY At Wilkinsburg at 8 o'clock P. jt
May 28, Lilly, wife of B. W. Finney.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
Buffalo papers please copy.i
LYONS-On Monday, May 27. 1889. at 6 P. M.,
Katie, daughter of Michael and Ellen Lyons,
aged 7 years and 7 months.
Funeral from the residence of her parents,
corner ot Stanton and Holmes avenues, on
Wednesday at 2 p. m. Friends of the family
respectfully Invited to attend. 2
EOSE-On Monday, May 27. 1SS9, at 3 P. ST.,
Mary Ellen, daughter of John and Kate
Rose, aged 6 years, 2 months and 27 days.
Funeral from the residence of her grand
parents, Henry and Margretta Witz.No. 101
Thirteenth street; Southside, Tins aftee
noon at 2 o'clock. ftTrienus of the family at
Lawrcnccville wishing to attend the funeral
will find carriages at T. D. & J. Maloney's, 3700
SCHMIDT At the residence of his Barents.
f Center avenue. Twentieth ward, on Monday.
I Tr7 1KQQ at(tn.lA.l.n r TT.-nnm .
G. W. and Ellen J. Schmidt, aged 6 years, 6
months and 20 days.
Funeral services at Sacred Heart R. O.
Church, East End, on Wednesday, the 29th
Inst, at 2 P. M, Interment private.
.TWISS At Cleveland, on Saturday, Mav 28,
18S9, David M. Twiss, of the King Bridge
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Lira.,) "
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1131 Penn avenue. Tele
phone connection. mylO-69-niWFSu
JAMES M. FULLERION,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
NO. 6 SEVENTH STIIEET.
Tffr H.DEVOKE 4SO,
Undertakers and Embalmers and Livery Stables,
No. 812 Grant street, near Fifth avenue.
At the old stand fine carriages lor shopping or
parties or opera at the most reasonable prices.
Telephone 23. mkIJ-98-wSu
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND SMILAX
A. 31. &'J. B. MURDOCH,
1 ft SMITHFIELD ST.
OIU Telephone 429. deMi'anVF
CHOICE FRESH FLOWERS.
JOHN R. & A. MURDOCH,
Telephone 239. 603 Suithfiei.d St.
p EFRESENTED IN JprXTSBURCi IN 1SC1
ASSETS . ?9jOW,e98S3.
Insurance Co. ef North Anierlcai
LVrjoses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM3!
JONES. U Fourth aveaue.
RICH CUT GLASS.
Don'tfail to see our display or Cut GUs
ware. Wo have the largest assortment In the
city. Our prices are the lowest
WATTLES & SHEAFER,
37 FIFTH AVENUE.
Sign of Big Clock on Sidewalk.
COME AND SEE THE
Making fine WOOL materials go at the price
of common dress stuff.
See the mammoth sale of J. R. ANDERSON'S
Bankrupt Stock of
Attracting the grandest lot of pleased pur
chasers to be found in this section.
T, M, LATIMER,
138 Federal St, Allegheny, Pa,
3 feet by 6 feet, at S7 60.
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 lignt to pass the head and foot
with Iron Beds and you will have in effect
what is most desired.
P. C. Schoeneck,
EVER OFFEEED IS
Balbriggan anil Lisle Summer
"We have just received an importation of
Ladies' Silk Vests which should have ar
rived three months ago, and, owing to this
fact we have purchased them at a trice that
will enable us to give all those who desire a
good article cheap a chance.
Our first grade is H. it. L. S. Ribbed
Silk Vest at SI 50, 1 75 and 2, according
H. N. R. A. Ribbed Silk Vest, 52 for all
sizes, 3, 4, 5.
OUR SPECIAL ISO. 1 is a long-sleeve
Ribbed Bilk Vest at ?3 for size 2. and $2 25
lor sizes 3 and 4. This Vest we-have been
selling at S3 and $3 25.
OUR SPECIAL NO. 2 is a Real China
Silk Vest, best quality L. K. R. A., only
2 25 for size 2, 52 60 fo size 3, and 52 75
for size 4. This quality we .have been sell
ing at 53 75, 54 and $4 25, according to size.
We are selling lots of tbose Silk Bodies
at 51; best shown at the price.
Ladies' Ribbed Cotton Vests.
Ladies' L. N. R. A. Ribbed Cotton Vests
Ladies' low-neck Ribbed Cotton Vests,
white and ecru, French, at 35c, or 3 for 51.
Ladies' low-neck Ribbed Cotton Vests,
finer grade white and ecru, FrencB, 35c or 3
Ladies' low-neck Ribbed Lisle Ves$
white and pink and white, at 35e, or 3 for5L
Ladies' high-neck and long-sleeve Lisle
Vests, white and eern, at 50c. This is a
genuine Lisle Thread Vest and never sold
tor less than 75c.
Ladies' H". .N. R. A. Balbritrpan Vests.
French. This is our 75e grade, but owing
to the fact that we could get only the one
style we are closing them out at 50c. This
is a bargain.
Give usu call and examine these grades.
miciuer juu nn w ouy now or not.
Have you seen our great bargains in Sash
Closed all day on Thursday, Decoration
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTS AVENUE.
Is here. You will need curtains renovated and
carpets cleaned. There is but one place where
you can get them done in the best manner pos
sible, and that is at
ALLEGHENY STEAM LAUNDRY.
Office n Pittsburg, 3 Smlfhfleld street, WIS
Carson street, and 100 Federal t Aiwhn.
y. Work, S68-8S9 Beaver avenue, Allegheny.
Lais 1 Ves
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 sup
plying their reourring -wanta A
satisfied customer cannot help but
advertise his outfitters, and his ad
vertisement 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
self-evident that our CLOTHING
is WELL-MADE, STYLISH and
Men's, Boys' and Children's Sum
mer Headwear in complete varie
ty. STBASSBURGER & JOSEPH,
Tailors. ClotMers and Mm,
161, 163 Federal St., Allegheny.
"Veterans will find us ready
to supply them with FAST BLUB
SUITS, WHITE VESTS, GLOVES
A "Cut" in High
Give careful heed to reduc
tions! Whether they are any
thing to your advantage de
pends on what the goods are
and what former prices were.
They may rmean prices
brought down from a quite
high price; .and not be as low
then as a fair price. It doesn't
follow that because they're
reduced ' from a formert price,
they're worth, paying. If it's
mean clothing, it's high at a
We seek to give the lowest
price we can for the highest
quality weean. Reliable goods
bear low prices.
Thin goods; comfortable in
wear and price.
Clothing made to order in
best manner; 1,000 styles of
Sixth street and Penn avenue.
HE AMERICAN FIRE
Total Assets, January L 1S87 S2,S01,85S 68
EDWARDS & KENNEY, Ag'ts,
ft O FOURTH AVE., Pittsburg, Pa.
Telephone 76a jal560-W
u seventa avenue,.
Telephone 13M. se5-n60-TT3
HOUSEKEEPING- GOODS Interesting bar trains for housekeeping in our
Bleached. 31c ud. and an extra eood value at
plicated. Fringed Table Cloths in "White
than heretofore in our new importations.
OTc and 75c up. Colored Quilts, 1, 51 25, 51 50; the latter the best Mitchelm yum. Keaay-made Mattresses, Bolsters and Pillows
In this connection we mention the Bogers double and triple-plated Knives, Forks and Spoons, and quite a variety of Household Utensils,
"WASH FABRICS Large line of "Wash Goods, suitable for the warm weather, in' Challies, Cc, 60, 12c, 18c and up. Dress Ginghams in American and Scotch produ
tions, beginnine at 6"c, 8c, 10c, 12e up to finest Zephyrs. American and French Satines in large assortment, 8c up. Fifty pieces Satines opened to-day, at 12c: regular prlca i
has been 20c. See the exquisite' styles at 20c,
edge, etc., at low prices.
MILLINEKY Summer opening this week. All the newest ideas here displayed
style to select from) and remarkable bargains in Ribbons and Flowers, in wreaths, sprays,
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UNDERWEAR We are re.tdy for the warm weather. Jlen's White and Colored
40c and 50c up. In Uauze)flso and 25e are special values. Ladies, Children and Infants Underwear In light and medium weights, and various grades ot Muslin Underwear tor Ladies!
and Misses. Chemise and Drawers, 25c up.
selling lor 25c; would he good value at 50c.
PARASOLS AND TJMBEELLAS
Silk, popular prices, ?1 to 5. Helvetian
BARGAINS IK CLOAK BOOM
ana piun amis, ew.
Don't forget to gee our Carpets and Lace Curtains and the specialties in Silks and WooTDress Goods.
"Samples Sent on request. Mail orders promptly executed.,3
-- NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
406 and 408 Wood St
STILL THEY GOME I
More Bargains for This Week.
Splash Mats only 5 cents.
wpod Towel Rollers only 5 cents.
7-Pln Hat Racks only 6 cents.
S-Arm Towel Racks only 5 cents.
Scrub Brushes only 5 cents.
1-Qaart Coffee Pot only 5 cents.
2-Qluart Tin Pall only 5 cents.
Teacnps and Saucers only 5 cents. '
Dinner Plates only S cents.
1-Pound 1 ea or Coffee Cans only 6 cents.
Wire Broilers only 5 cents.
wash Basins only S cents.
Bllveiine Trays only 5 cents.
Engraved Band Goblets only S cents.
Plain Tumblers only 2 cents.
Genuine Pntz i-omade only 5 cents.
Glass Butter Dish, with cover, only 6 cents.
Glass Cream Pitchers only 5 cents.
Howell's Ammonia Water only 7 cents.
Baby Carriages I Baby Carriages 1
Rattan Baby Carriage, Parasol Top, only ..$5.
Croquet Sets, worth 1 60, only 75 cents.
Hammocks only 75 cents.
Foil feize Genuine Mexican Hammock only
Girls' Tricycles, upholstered in plush, SS 75 to
Boys Iron Velocipedes, $3 25 to S6 00;
All kinds of Boys' 4-Wheeled Wagons, S9c to
Boys' Wheelbarrows, 10c to Si 00.
Girls' Dolls' Carriages, 38o to S2 00.
6-Foot Curtain Poles, with brass trimmings,
12-Piece Toilet Set, with jar, only U 00.
Bquare Brass Bird Cages. 69c, 51 00, Jl 25.
Nickel Clocks, warranted, only 75 cents.
Nickel Alarm Clocks, warranted, only 95
,Also a full line of all kinds House Fnrnlsh
ing Goods, Silverware, Vases, Dolls, Albums,
Jewelry; Ladles', Gents' and Boys Lunch Bas
kets, etc Great bargains on our 5c and 10c
H. G. HAYDEN.& CO.
READ THIS CARD.
IP YOU WANT
THE PLACE TO BUT IS
DAIN & DASGHBACH.
THE TIME NOW.
To appreciate the quality and beauty of
our Furniture, see that displayed by all
other reliable dealers of Pittsburg and Al
legheny before calling on us.
To gain the full value of the bargains we
are offering, price the articles you want
elsewhere, then see ours. "We have the
stock, guarantee perfect satisfaction, and we
will sell you anything you require in our
line at prices bound to please.
DAIN & DASGHBACH,
111 SmithneldSt, Pittsburg, Pa.
(Above Trade Mark Is on oar windows.)
THE MOTFFLY FEEDS
And fattens on Furs, and finds in then) his
favorite feast. NOW is the time to stay his
further progress by bringing your Furs and
Seal Garments to Exoert Furriers, who will
inspect, store and insure against Moth and
Fire during the warm season now fast ap
proaching. THE MORAL.
It will pay you In the end
For your Furs to us to send,
For this reason:
If they're torn we will mend,
If they're worn, we will send
To our Dyers and renew them
For next season.
"Established over Half a Century."
441 WOOD STREET.
Five Doors from Fifth avenue. my29-arWT
Me KeHon's Frencli Tailor Systei
of dress cutting. The only system in America
that cuts the Worth bias dart. It consists
of a tailor's wooden square, wooden dart and
sleeve rule and scalA, the same as best merch
ant tailors use, and a 40-page Instruction book.
System and thorough Instruction In cutting
and basting. $10. Call for circulars or address
M. A. DAVIS, 614 Penn ave. myl4-Tvrsu
GOc a yard, sold yesterdav at 65e; finer qualities
and Colored Borders, with Napkins to match,
Eaw Silk Tapestry Covers, 4-4 to 12 4 in size.
25e and 30c. Seersucker, oc and 6c up.
Skirts, Corset Covers, White Dresses at
Boys' and Misses' Hosiery and Men's Hosiery
We show the largest lines of Parasols, All
Umbrella, gold-tipped handle, 51 up. A large line Gloria Silks at $1 25 for 25-inch and 51 50
Jerseys, Blouse Waists, Beaded Wraps, Cloaks and Stockinette Jackets, Silk and Cashmere
167 anfli6& FEDERAL
Wliite Dreps Shirts, Laundried.
The celebrated "Star" Dress Shirts at $ I,
$1 SO and 52.
The famous "Pearl" Dress Shirts at $1 25.
"White P. K. Dress Shirts, for evening
wear, $1 50.
Unlaundried Wliite Shirts.
White Anchor Cotton, linen band and
bosom, 50o each, or ?2 83 per half dozen.
New York Mill Muslin, linen band and
bosom, reinforced front and back, 75c each,
or 3 for $2.
The "Pearl" Unlaundried Shirts good
as ever, 1 each, or 3 for 53 88.
Plain "White If ight Shirts at COc, 69c, 79c
Fancy Night Shirts at 50c, 69, 75c, fl,
Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers at 39c,
50c, 6210, 75c, 51, 51 25, 51 50.
Gauze and Merino Shirts and Drawers at
25c, 60e, 75c, 88, 51 and 51 50.
Pepperel Jean Drawers, buttons and
strings, at 50c.
Pepperel Jean Drawers, with Elastic
anklets, at 75c.
Scriven's Jean Drawers, with patent
Elastic seam, at $1.
Nainsook Jean Drawers, feather-weight,
The largest stock and best styles in the.
two cities, at 50c, 75c, 51, 51 50, 52, 52 50,
5355, 53 50, H and ?4 75.
600 dozen Summer Scarfs, Tecks, Pnf&
and Four-in-Hands at only 5 cents each, or
6 lor 25 cents.
ALSO PULL LINES OP
Gentlemen's Linen Collars and Cuffs.
Gentlemen's Gloves and Hosiery.
Gentlemen's Handkerchiefs, Etc,
Fleishman & Co's.
CLIP THIS ADVERTISEMENT.
It will entitle you to a souvenir,
if presented to us when you make
your purchase, provided you buy
$1 or more.
WE ARE STHJj SELLING THE "PARIS
"Bang" so much worn, also switches
made from combings at reduced rates. A fine
supply ot ladles' braids and wave pieces. Ydu
know the place, 25 Fifth ave., Hugus Se Hacks
mjl9-wsu MISS MARIE LANDERS.
Wnen' Making Tour Purchases, and by Doing So
x ou w 111
This can only be done by purchasing
reputation. Having it, -we are bound to
our gooos are recommended. jo it -will pay you, well to deal with us.
NOW IS YOUR TIME TO BUY,
As there is but very little time now left
and make your selections. By paying a small amount down, you know that we will
pack the goods and store them for you without It costing you a cent Besides that,
you now have the choice of all the newest and best patterns and designs in the) i
House, ana it is iuu ot mem. nurry, now,
not be given when we have become busy.
Lovely New Parlor Suits.
Elegant Neio Bedroom Suits.
New Carpets. New Rugs.
Neto Druggets. New GoodsX
Everything new, from the highest to
in our nouse can oe Dougnc eitner tor
CASH OR VERT
HOPPER BEOS. & CO.,
307 WOOD STREET, BET.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE "MY HIGH
to Be Appreciated.
Table Linens, bezinnin? with a eood. substantial Loom Linen at 20e and 25e: Cream i
at 'equally good values. Then the 72-inch
at unusually low figures. Napkins and Doylies in all goods. Towels; better bargains?
PiUsh Stand Covers at low prices. Then we have special Bargains in "White Qnilts, fromj
Large selection new styles white Goods in
in Trimmed Hats and Bonnets. In the untrimmed shapes we have every conceivable
buds, roses, etc "We employ none but the best trimmers, and when materials are boughi
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Shirts and Drawers, in Merino, at 25c np. In Balbriggan, solid colors and striped, 37V
popular prices. Hosiery for Ladies, in solid
at right prices.
the newest handles. La Tosca. lone, medium
STREET, ALLEGHENY, PA.
All over our Big Stores,
forming a host of attractions
never before equaled. Read
and compare prices.
3,000 yards Chambraysv?
with handsome corded and
embroidered stripes, at 8c a
yard, worth 20c.
2,500 yards Cheviots,mixed
stripes, checks and side
bands, at 19c a yard, wortH
. . - ?i
.Black Lashmere richus),
embroidered, jetted and
fringed, at $1 49.
Ladies' and Misses' Blouses;
all-wool Flannel and Jersey.
Cloth, the largest assortment
and best value in the two
cities, at $1 99.
Children's Caps, corded
and embroidered, at 24c and
Children s Wash Hats at
24c and 44a
Children's Tarn O'Shanters
and Fauntleroys from 49c
N. B. House Furnishing (base
ment) An unparalleled assort
ment Ice Coolers, Garden TJten'
sils, Ice Cream Freezers, etc., and
the coolest place in the city.
MORRIS H. DANZ1GER.
SIXTH ST. AND PENN AVENUE..
O. DtSJETVIS. Solicitor of PAlantitJ"-
131 Fifth a venae, above Smithflel&,nartLedd
omce. (iNoaeiay.j Jisuousneo zu rears.
of a good, reliable nrm, and we have that 3
keep it. Our prices are the lowest and alll
before the busy season starts. Come nowl
ana get tne attention paia you tnatcan
the lowest, and don't forget that anything
THIRD AND FOURTH AVESii
ARM" DAVIS SEWING MACHINE.
Saturdays TJntll lO o'oloolc
wide double Damask, at 75c, can't be da
in stock, ana special sizes made to oraer.
sold at low prices. :
plain, Stripes and ngured, nemstitcneaj
colors, 8c a pair. See the fast blaek we are
and short handles, and a great variet
for 28-inch; worth 75c more. V
Wraps, Light Shawls, Wash Salts,"Silk?
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