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V aoan Treaty Awaits the Ac-
stance of the Governments.
aieeIoa concedes kot a thing,
-Wliile Germany Has Granted ETery Point
That Was Demanded.
,1kgWd to appoint THE IIEST JUDGE
1SSS, BT SEW YORK ASSOCIATED
.'BEKLnr, June 1. After the seventh
"plena sitting of the Samoan Conference,
oheld on Wednesday last, the American
''Commission was in a position to cable to
. Secretary Blaine the definitive acceptance
by the German and English Governments
of the "Washington proposals, limiting the
' . German indemnity and Samoan rights to
levy import duties, and some of Mr.
' Maine's amendments to the clauses relating
to the internal Samoan policy.
s The "Washington Government's aiming at
the utmost possible independence of the
Samoans has not the sympathy of the Ger
man official mind, which better compre
hends measures to protect European inter
ests and to extend European influences; but
after a slight hostility the German commis
sioners have invariably yielded whatever
concessions America asked in the direction
of Samoan autonomy.
A BOLD STXSD.
On the other hand, the Americans have
conceded practically nothing, adhering to
their original claims. Some show of con
ciliation was made toward the close of the
conference by the Americans leaving the
appointment of the first resident Jndge of
the European community to England. In
official circles here it is surmised that as
Chief Justice Coleridge will have the power
to appoint the Judge, the known personal
relations of the Chief Justice with America
had something to do with the American
The general results of the conference do
not afford the Foreign Office and the official
press a theme for congratulations. On the
contrary, there is a visible irritation over
the delay in conclusion of the treaty nego
tiations. Semi-official papers ask why the
f references being practically concluded, the
"Washington Government postpones the
giving of orders to sign the treaty. The
truth is that no especial honor will accrue
to the German Government from the result
of the conference, so it does not wish the
matter to be kept before the public.
THE END 1TTD.
The feeling in official circles undoubtedly
is that, Germany having yielded everything
demanded by the Americans, the Govern
ment at "Washington ought to assent to a
prompt conclusion of the matter. Some
slight suspicion even exists, though entirely
outside of the conference, that the American
delegates have attributed delays to their
Government, which in some instances were
due to themselves.
They are having a good time here, and
have not especially striven to accelerate
the settlement of the questions at issue.
Obviously, a snggestion like this arises
from a desire to bury the issues of the con
ference out of si eh t of the public as soon as
possible. Secretary Blaine's instructions to
sign the treaty are expected in the course of
Since a completed draft of the treaty has
been cabled to "Washington no advices have
reached the Commissioners indicating the
likelihood of a lurther reference to the con
ference. THE BIG SIBIEE.
The Cologne Gazette affirms that recent
Crown councils decided that the severest
measures should be taken in tne event ot
the strikers pleading. The temporary re
slnption of work by the miners since the
aest of the workmen's delegates from
chum has been attributed to the Govern
N -Int's action. The delegates will nergeti--caffly
carry on the agitation through every
district in Germany.
It is expected that the general elections
will be held in the autumn.
It is said that during the recent consistory
here the Pope fainted, falling back in his
chair to the consternation of all present
Dr. Ceciarelli, the Pope's chief physician,
is reported as saying he may die at any
Premier Crispi is credited with a design
to occupy the Vatican in the event of the
conclave meeting of Cardinals abroad. The
Emperor appears to attach small import
ance to the reception of the Shah of Persia,
who is due here on June 9.
Herr Fuselang, editor of the "Westphalia
Tolls Zeitung, has been arrested. Papers
found in his bouse reveal the fact that he
prompted the proclamations of the Strike
Several of Captain "Wissmann's officers in
East Africa are down with smallpox. Those
stricken down are without attendance. The
stock of vaccine lvmph is exhausted.
HIS WIDOW'S EYIDMOE.
Sirs. Umbcrger Testifies Against Those Ac-
cased of the Murder of Her Husband
The Defendants' Connsel Co aid
Not Shnke Her Belief.
ISrECUX. TELEGBAJt TO THE DISPATCH.l
Bomeeset, PA., June L The TJmberger
murder trial was resumed this morning.
The widow TJmberger was placed upon the
stand for cross examination. Her testimony
could not be shaken bj the counsel for de
fendants. Little 10-year-old Nannie Hor
ner, who also witnessed the tragedy, also
positively identifies the accused as the
.guilty parties. She points them out in
court and relates her story of that fearful
nipfct in a plain, simple, childlike manner.
The attorneys for the defense attempted
to rattle her, but notwithstanding her ex
treme youth, she persisted in her story, and
her testimony could not be shaken. This
ended the testimony of all the parties who
' saw the deed committed. Dr. walker tes
tified to finding two bullet holes in the
murdered man's body. Alter bearing 18
witnesses for the prosecution the court ad
journed until Monday morning. There are
'nearly 200 witnesses to be heard. Interest
remains unabated and the testimony so far
adduced is very damaging to the prisoners.
PISHIXG CLUBS' MEETING.
They Take Necessary Action to Perfect the
The United Fishing Clubs met at the
Hark Twain Club rooms at 8 o'clock last
evening to make arrangements for a final
meeting to select jaunting spots for this
There were representatives from 35 fishing
clubs present, and the rooms were crowded.
George Weber was appointed Chairman and
John Hogue Secretary. A committee of
members from each club was appointed to
meet at Squire Cassidy's office on Saturday
next at 2 o'clock to perfect arrangements
and procure rauroaa rates lor the organiza
tion, and also select the places where the
boys would recreate. Seven new clubs were
added to the united organization.
Order of Tontl'i Open Meeting.
The .Allegheny county lodges of the Order
of Tonti will give an immense open meet
ing at the Bijou Theater on Tuesday even
ing, June 4. The best talent procurable
will be present and an excellent programme
is assured. Supreme Secretary L H.
Kinney, of Philadelphia, will mate an ad
dress on the objects of the order.
Ixdta Srr.ws Hnndreds of Tarda wiM
.this week. Nothing like them ever offered
before at the prices, 65c, 75cand 81 a yard.
irau HDQuS a n apitt
THE DISTKIOT ATTOEKBI FIGHT.
Mr. Bird Tells What the Union Ia-o Party
Will Do, If Given a Chance.
Several announcements have been made
recently ot a meeting to be held at the office
of"W. Bird, Esq., No. 68 Grant street,
by Independent Bepublicans and a number
of members of the bar to place in the field
an independent candidate on the Bjpubli
A Dispatch representative visited Mr.
Bird last evening at his residence in Beltz
hoover borough to ascertain what he knew
of the movement, and, in reply to a ques
tion as to the time when the prospective
candidate would be made known, Mr. Bird
"I know absolutely nothing about the
affair. I am neither a Republican nor a
Democrat, but the chairman of the Union
Labor party, and if any notice for such a
meeting at my office has been issued, it has
been without my knowledge or consent.
"So far as my personal opinion is con
cerned, I would like to see Mr. L. K. Por
ter or Major Stewart nominated Inde
pendently by the Bepublicans, and I have
not the least doubt that either or the gen
tlemen could be elected. The latter would
be my choice personally, but I think Mr.
Porter would make the htrongest run. The
Union Labor party would indorse either of
them, and, if an Independent Republican
candidate were not put in the field, we
would indorseany good Democrat."
A Writer Claims That a Great Deal of
Character Lie In a Laugh.
Laughter is the great safety-valve o f the
human engine. It is queer how many dif
ferent ways people laugh. The drunken
man, for instance, laughs with his wyes.
(Omit flowers, please.) A great deal of
character lies in a laugh. Only last week a
man with whom we have long been familiar
quite startled us by breaking into a loud
guffaw, which came manifestly from the
heart, and yet which we have never heard
before. His stylographic pen had worked
for the first time in eight months. Thus it
is seen that perhaps in many a heart a sweet
angel slumbers unseen until some happy
moment awakens it.
Our national characteristic is smiling.
"When two Americans meet the first thing
they do is to "smile." There are occasions,
however, when it is not sale to smile when
your wife has hit her finger with a tack
hammer, for instance.
Ella Wheeler "Wilcox sings "Laugh and 1
the world laughs with you." Yes, very
true; and slip up on a banana peel, and the
world, or at least all within 20 yards of you,
will laugh at you.
The President' Summer Home
"Washington Post.! .
Ex-Senator Davis' cottage at Deer Park,
which will be occupied by the family of
President Harrison during the summer
months, is described as an unpretentious
little frame house, painted sage green, with
a red shingled-roof. It is two stories and a
half in height, has a frontage of 42 feet, and
is entered irom a broad piazza, upon which
open three long French windows. Tie par
lor occupies the .entire width of the dwell
ing, in which huge fireplaces are built in
the middle section of the wall, which par
tially divides the room. There is neither
hallway nor reception room. An
apartment in the wing will be
used by the President as a library or snug
retreat for his private use, and beyond is a
small dining room finished in red. On the
second floor are four sleeping rooms,
reached by a narrow and steep stairway.
Above are the servants' quarters. The
kitchen is supplied with a large hot-water
boiler for beating the bath. Every room is
freshly covered with matting, and supplied
with bamboo furniture.
A Stor y In Two Chapters.
Now Alfred Egbert Alfredson, son of
our prominent townsman, James Squantum
Alfredson, graduates from Harvard Uni
versity this year. Mr. Alfredson is one of
our most promising ynunjr men. Squash
town Screamer, June 15, 1889.
Five years latei- Alf Alfredson is clerK
ing it in Hudson's grocery. He has perma
nently riven np the practice of law in Bos
ton 'and has settled down on the paternal
homestead. Squashtoten Screamer,, June
He Had 'Em.
Drake's Magatlne. 1
Lady visitor in hospital Poor man I How
he groans! What is the matter with him,
Nurse He's got the delirium tremens,
Lady (tp man) My friend, you should
give up strong drink. Don'tyou know that
you would be happier and have more pleas
ure without it?
Patient Don't know about that, mum !
I've been seein' oircuses, an' menageries,
an' snakes, an' blue monkeys with pink
tails for two days, an' I didn't have to pay
to get in, nutber.
An Optlcnl Delation.
'Clothier and Furnlsher.3
Young Badger, from New York, on the
first morning of his visit to his Uncle Ab
ner's farm, appears bright and early in a
pair of white flannel trousers.
Uncle Abner ( taking him aside) Gee
"Whitakerl nephew, why in blazes didn't
you tell me you was so poor? Here, boy,
take thin $3 and run down street to the
store and bny you a pair of pants before the
women ioiks get np.
The Greys Will Meer.
The Dnquesne Greys will hold a special
meeting next Tuesday evening to make ar
rangements for the annual target match
which will take place on Thursday, June
6, 1889. The attendance of every member
She Wnm'i Hoodooed.
Mr. Peter Silas, whose wife, in an item in
yesterday's issue was alleged to have hoo
dooed Mrs. Mary Normall, said last night
that Mrs. Silas never told the former's for
tune, and that be did not owe her anything.
Hook Denies the Charge.
Samuel Hook came to this office yesterday
and denied that he is gnilty of receiving or
holding stolen goods, althoagh Alderman
McMasters held him for court on a chanre
of getting a buggy and not returning it
Fbatknheim -& Vh.sack'3 Iron City
beer is pure, wholesome and nutritious, and
is the best in the market. ttssu
Its superior ixcelleuco uroven In millions of
homes for uiorthan a quarter of a century
ItibUfedbythe United States Government
Indorsed by ibe heidg of the great universities
as the Strongest, Pni est and most Healthful.
Dr. Price's Cream Brking Ponder does not
contain Ammonia. IjmVs or Alum. Rom nni.
in cans. PRICE BAKTNQ POWDER 30. '
! . t I aoia.Bl.'nrs'an a
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FbksohI Bokbs To close quickly the
remaining stock of our imported Bobe
Patterns, exclusive styles, we have re
duced prices one-half original' values. A
few only of each style. .
irwTsu Huotjs & Hacks.
California Claret Wine.
California Hock Wine.
California Port Wine.
For tale by the gallon or case at G. W.
Schmidt's, Nos. 95 and 97 Fifth aye., city.
The following California wines at 50o for
full quart and by cases or gallon: Angelica,
Muscatel, Biesling, claret, sherry, port, dry
and sweet catawba. Wm. J. Fbiday,
wtsu 633 Smithfield street.
The Royal Worcester Opening
At E. P. Eoberts & Sons' this week is the
wonder and admiration ot all lovers of the
ceramic art See their beautiful window
display, corner Fifth avenue and Market
$25 suns, $6 pants to order, atPitcairn's,
4 Wood st jrusu
Pine Topaz Sherry, full quarts, $1 00.
Fine Spanish Port, full quarts, ?1 00.
For sale at G. W. Schmidt's, Nos. 95 and
97 Fifth ave.
The largest stock spring suitincs and
trouserings, at Pitcalrn's Tailoring Em
porium, 431 Wood st tusu
Diamonds at a bargain. A few more
left at the JewelrvBazaar of Henry Terhey
den, 530 Smithfield st HWSa
For a good fitting suit go to Pitcairn's,
431 Wood st Tusu
Marriage LIcenea Granted Yesterday.
J NIchaley Benne McKeesport
( Marie belbert McKeesport
(John Bitter. , Bhalcr township
I Mary Welnfcee Hampton township
c David Mains North Versailles township
i Blbbla A. Auberle.... Horta Versailles township
5 Fred Brotbect Pittsburg-
Catharine Weidner Pittsburg
(George Laird Pittsburg
Catharine Dorsey Allegheny
(Richard K. Anderson Alleehenr
(George Laird Pittsburg
( marine uorsey..... Aiiegneny
(Richard K. Anderson Allegheny
(mary xnompson ritisDnrg
J E.J. Allen Barver Braddock
1 Annie Penrod Braddock
( William Q. Morgan Baldwin township
Betta S. Uordon Mifflin township
John Labancz Plttsbnrg
Julia Oravetz Plttsbnrg
( Fred Bertsche Pittsburg
Martha J. Ward Pittsburg
(Lee Palen Knoxvllle
2 Maggie Vauklrk Knoxvllle
(James Dnrkan Plttsbnrg
(Kate Joyce. Allegheny
( John F. White Plttsbnrg
I Lizzie Woods Pittsburg
(Mary E. Thompson Plttsbnrg
BOYLE On Thursday morning, May 80. 1889,
William, son of John and Margaret Boyle,
aged So years.
Funeral from the residence of his sister, Mrs.
Feefe, 57 Fulton street, on SUNDAT, Jnne 2, at
2 p. m. Friends of the family are respectfully
Invited to attend. 2
BALIiANTINE On Friday mornlnjr. May
81, 1SS9. at 12.15 o'clock, Elzina, beloved wife
of William Ballantlne, in the 23d year of her
Services at herlate residence, Harrison avenue,
Second ward, Allegheny City. Sunday aftee
noon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend. Interment pri
Brownsville papers please copy.
GORMAN On Friday, May 31, at 7:45 A. ,
Wit. G OEM an, in the 66th year of his age.
Fnneral from the residence of bis son. 481
Forbes street, on Sunday, June 2, at 2 o'clock
p. K. Friends of the family are respectfully
Invited to attend. 2
LAW On Jane L 1889. at 930 P. 1L. at his
residence, 18 Church avenue, Allegheny, Will
Notice of fnneral hereafter.
MABCHETTI On Saturday. June 1, 1889,
at 1205 a. k.,-Louis Maechetti, aged S3
-Funeral from his late resldeno, Isabella
court, Allegheny, on Sunday at 2p. it. Friends
of the family are respectfully Invited to attend.
SHAFFEB At his residence, Elizabeth, Pa.,
Friday, May 31, 1889, JOHN SHAFFEE, M.D.,
aged 63 years.
Funeral services at M. E. Church, Elizabeth,
Pa,, Monday, June 2, at 2 o'clock r. ir. 2
SHABP On May27.18S9,in Kansas Citv,
Mo., Airs, mary J. McCoub Seabp, aged 59
years, formerly of this city.
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Llm.,)
UNDKBTAKEB AND T:fRA r.MTrq
Office and residence, 1131 Penn avenne. Tele
phone connection. myl049-HWFSu
JAMES M. FULLERTON,
UNDEBTAKEB AND EMBALMEB,
No. 6 Seventh Stbeet.
JOHN L. TREXLER fc CO.,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Livery
and Boarding Stables. Nos. S78 and 380
Beaver ave. Besidence. 681 Preble
ave., Allegheny City.
Telephone 8418. mh23-MThSn
H.DEVOEB A SOM,
Undertakers and Embalmers and Livery suites,
At the old stand fine carriages for shopplneor
carties or onera at the most reasonable nrtrvR.
L Telephone 228. mhlS-W-wsu
To enjoy health one should have rejrular
evacuations every 24 hours. The evils, both
mental and physical, resulting from
Are many and serions. For the enre of this
common trouble, Tutt's Liver Pills have gained
a popularity unparalleled. Elegantly sugar
coated. Sold Everywhere.
READ THIS CARD.
IF TOTJ WANT
THE PLACE TO BUT IS
DAIK & DASGHBACH.
THE TIME NOW.
To appreciate the quality and beauty of
our Furniture, sec 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 per'ect satisfaction, and j"e
will sell yon anything you require itTonr
line at prices bound to please.
111 Smithfield St, PiJ
At $2, '$3 and $4. you can buy better
Our assortment consists
of all grades. Special lines of
For Summer Furnishing.
P. C. Schoeneck,
711 LIBERTY ST.
The rising generation, so
far as wear and tear is con
cerned, have about as many
claims for our . attention in
footing them properly as any
other branch, and the boys
can pick from a vast range of
LACE AND BUTTON
Rather harsh in name, but an
elegant servant for wear, and
is beyond, either in appear
ance or fit, most shoes that
find their way on the feet of
the chaps that have some
pride about them.
THIS SHOE WE SELL AT 1 25,
And it will prove just what
we say about them, and what's
more, save you 25 per cent on
Public Comfort Department.
We have created a new de
partment, as noted above, for
the treatment of corns and
bunions Jby a skilled chiropod
ist on our second floor,
GRATIS TO EVERYONE
Office hours 10:30 a,.m. to 12
m.; 2:30 to 5 p. m.- JExtra
hours Saturday night, 8 to 10.
450-436 MARKET ST.
Gandee Rubber Boots,
At Lowest Possible Figures,
And For Sale by
Wholesale Rubber Agency,
511 "Wood. St.r
Orders for above goods for Immediate use
will take precedence of all others.
Telegraph or telephone your orders at our
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillings from $1 un. Amalgam, SOc;
silver, 75c; white alloy, 8L
ORB. McCLAREN & WAUGAMAN. Dentists,
Corner Smithfield and Fourth avenue.
MLLE. E. DREYER.
NO. 6 PENN AVENUE.
LMPORTErt OF FRENCH MILLINERY,
. Trimmed Bonnets and round Hats.
Mourning a Specialty. mhl9-79-Sa
-A.r O? 1ST ? S
n n t.tcvtu nMi.ifM.fo -,
131 pith avenne, above Smithflel d, next Leader
oJBee. (No delay. Established 20 years.
HAMBUBG-AMEKIOAN PACKET CO.-EX-I'KESS
service between New york. South
ampton and Hamburg by ibe new twin-screw
eteamers of 10,000 ton and 12,800 horse power,
last time to London and the Continent. Steam
ers unexcelled for sarety, speed and comfort.
Repular service: Uverv Thursday from New
York to Plymouth (London), Cherbourg (Parlrt
and Hamburg. Through tickets to London "snei,
Paris. Excellent fare. Uates extrcmelr low.i
Apply to the General office Himbnrg-Amerlcan
ractet Co., 37 uroadwav. New York. General
.Passage Office. CU. 1UCHAIID& CO.. 61 Broad-
New Yort! MAX SCHAMHEKO.fc CO.. 527
lUafieldat.. PltMburg, tnyzr-wrsv
BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
408 and 408 Wood St
PBICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION.
Splash Mats Decorated only 6 cents.
6-Foot Curtain Poles, brass trimmings, only
Puts Genuine Pomade only 5 cents.
Howell's Ammonia Water only 7 cents.
E Eclipse-Flour Hitter only 10 cents.
Brass Cabinet Picture Frames only 10 cents.
Wood Towel Boilers only 6 cents.
7-Pin Hat Backs only 5 cents.
No. 6 Wash Boilers only 50 cents.
Bird Cages only 60 cents.
Square Brass Cages, 75c, 89c, $L
Gents' Traveling Bags 0c to SO.
12-Pleces Decorated Toilet Set, with jar, only
112-PIece Decorated Dinner Set only 88 60.
Umbrell&K 2ttn inlvOToantlL
26-in. Gloria Silk Umbrellas only SI 25.
Colgate's Genuine Xashmere Bouquet Soap,
Beautiful Vases only 10 cents.
Buby Pt, Pitchers only 15 cents.
Boys' Sailboats, 15 cents to f 1 00.
Plain Tumblers only 2 cents.
Black WfLlnnfttAndnnlv SI ft!
Baby Carnace, Upholstered in Creton, Para-
sol Top, only SS 00.
e'-s, Varnished, in box, worth Si 60,
only 5 cents.
Large Size Mexican Hammocks only 1125.
ocmHiui uous rrom o cents to gz ou.
Boys' 4-wheel Wagons, 39 cents to $2 50.
Boys' Wheelbarrows, 10 cents to.50 cents.
Girls' Iron Tricycles.?8 75 to 018 00.
Children's Iron Bakes,Hoes and Shovels only
Lunch Baskets, 15 cents to $1 SO.
Waste Paper Baskets, 23 cents to $1 25.
Girls' Doll Carriages, 88c to $2 00.
Flatirons, 5 lbs., 6 fl3. and 7 As., only 25 cents
Flatirons, wpod handle (3 in set) only SI CO
Washtnbs, all sizes, 10 cents to 75 cents.
Cedar Waterpails.3 brass hoops.ouly 25 cents.
Waterpalls only 10 cents.
Also a full line of Crockery Ware.Glassware,
Tinware and thousands of-bargains on our 6
cent and 10-cent counters.
H. G. HAYDEN 8b CO.
In Both EM-MaAe anil Mate-Ms.
Hand-made Caps at 25c, 35c, 60c, 75c. 90c, JL
11 22. $1 25, SI GO, $1 60. Machine-made Caps
at 65o, 80c, SI, Jl 25, SI 75, $2 25. Extraor
dinary values iu
Misses' and Children's
Ages 1 to 16 years, from 85c to $5.
Special offerings In Ladles', Misses', Chil
dren's and Men's Underwear and Hosiery.
In Scotch Flannel, Oxford, Madras and. Silk,
for Ladies, Misses and Children.
JL fii CAMPBELL & SONS,
710 PENN AVENUE. 710
Between Seventh and Eighth sts.
63-Open until 9 p. jr. Saturday. my23-Tursu
He, Kelt's French Tailor System
of dress cutting. The only system iu America
that cuts the 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 nse, and a 40-page instruction book.
System, and thorough instruction In cutting
and bastlntr. $10. Call for circulars or address
M. DAVIS, 611 Penn ave. myM-wrsu
WE ARE 8TILL SELLING TH "PARIS
"Bang" so mnch worn, also switches
made from combings at reduced rates. A fine
supply of ladles' braids and wave pieces. You
know the place, 23 Fifth ave Hugos fc Hacke
myl wsu MISS MARIE LANDERS.
Mm Mroirei Cans.
ment you should come to us. There'is not another place in the city that has such a stock
as we carry. Whatever style of Flower you wish for we can hand over the counter to you
on demand. Watch for further announcements in thda week's papers of the
"THREE NEW HAT SHAPES I
The RIGI, The LEHMAN, The JUCH. ' v
SHAWLS AND FICHUS Black Embroidered Cashmere Fichus, $5 50 to $30.
This is an article you are not likely to want to buy more than once in a lifetime, and you
should be sure to get a good one while you are about it- These goods are of fast Black
Cashmere, trimmed with the richest hand-made embroidery and pure silk fringe. Colored
Cashmere Shawls, in all the light shades, from 93c up to $3 BO.
SPECIAL BARGAINS New Cambric Corset Cover, V shape, trimmed in fine
Medici Lace, back and front 75c. It is an actual fact that a l.idy bought icorset cover in
another store for 51 50 for comparison with ours, and found it Inferior to our J5e Article in
every way. We are showing now the nicest Nightgowns for76Vj; better goods, 95c, 98c, up
to $3, in cambric and fluest muslin.
We never allow our stock of
PARASOLS AND UMBRELLAS
To diminish. As one bargain goes out another
brellas, with 6-inch Tosca Silver Handles, at 51 50: 12-inch ditto at 51 75. The biggest
bargains ever offered in umbrellas. 26-inch 8ilk Umbrellas, Oxidised Silver nd Gold
Handles, 53 60, worth 55. The silk, guaranteed for one year. Speci al lot of Gents' Um
brellas, 23-inch, genuine German Gloria, Tassels and cafes, at $2 75.
Beautiful Pure Silk Gloves, Black, only 29c; worth fully SOc.
Good quality Taffeta Gloves, 38c and 48c; worth 50c and 65c.
Odds and ends In Kid and Suede Gloves, 38c. 44c, 60c, 68c; worth nearl.T-double.
lines Foster Hook Kid Gloves, all shades, at lowest prices in tne city.
ISrWhen in our stores do not fail to visit our Bargain Counter of Hiwiery. First
counter on the left aisle on Market street side. It is just now covered with ihe best bar
gains in the city to-day. Fast Black Hose, 12o up. Balbriggan Hose, 10c io 23c, ex
NEW GOODS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. ' . 1
510 TO 514 'MARKET SL'AHD 27'
AA Aft$ y''frfrfr'frft fr 0 ft fr ft Ofr fr
We find in oar stoofc a largo
number of styles of which we
have only a few suits left, the
goods being: no longer obtainable.
To push these out we have marked
down the prices to a point that is
out of all proportion to value. The
goods are stylish and desirable,
and need only an inspection to sell
them. Among these are lit Suits
in two-piece styles at 82 75, $3,
83 50, 84 and 84 60. Boys' Suits,
sizes from 13' to 18 years, at 84,
85 75, 86 50, 87 50 and 810.
Men's Sack Suits at 88, 89, 810,
812 and 813 50. Men's Cutaway
Suits at 89, 810 50, 811, 813 50
and 815. Don't fail to examine
HATS'from A to Z in the assort
ment of shades and stylea
STRASSBURGER & JOSEPH,
Mors, Cloiliieiu a! Hate,
161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny.
MT. DE CHANTAL,
Near Wheeling, W. Va.,
(SISTEBS OF THE VISITATION.)
A school of more than national reputation,
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 epectallr noted. Corns
of piano teachers trained byaleadingprofessor
from Conservatory of Stutgart. Vocal culture
according to the method of the old Italian mas
ters. Location unsurpassed for beauty and health.
Ten acres of pleasure grounds. Board excel
lent For catalogues and references to patrons In
all the principal cities, address
se9-q78.su THE DIRECTRESS.
The Most Covpx.stk
Stock in the city.
BED ROCK PRICES.
We also manufacture this
STEVENS CHAIR CO.
No. 8 SIXTH ST,
For Sat and Bonnet Trimming. Also
Black Small Birds, Stiff Black Wings,
Fancy Wings and Small Black Ostrich Tips.
These ornaments are more in lavor every
day, and we venture to say that we have the
largest variety of them-in the city. But
notwithstanding this, Birds and Wings are
Are as mnch iu demand as ever. If you
wish for the choice of an immense assort
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ABOUT TO BE MARRIED:
Tbil was Douglas Jerrold'g famous joke in London Punch. Our advice is as krisf,
as Jerrold's, although not so witty. "We say
And as cur advice -coincides with tha wishes of the young men and maidens, wo
think it has a better chance of being followed.
We were young ourselves once, and we feel like befriending the young lovers
from the very beginning: of their courtship. We are ready to supply the inaidea
with the thousand dainty little ornaments that help to make her so charming; the
pa-etty collars and cuffs, the Beat-fitting gloves, the dainty laces, the new lingerie,
tine love of a bonnet, the finest toilet soaps and perfumeries; and so on ad in
.For the gentlemen we have neckties that will make him irresistible; gloTes
that jt; shirts, collars and cuffs of snowy whiteness; handkerchiefs of the finest
linen," hosiery, underwear, suspenders, etc When the
Jay is Fixed for
Eemember we have
dresses and ciothing.
For the Wedding Journey
We hawe Trunks, Satchels and Travelers' Outfits. But when the
YOUNG COUPLE GO TO HOUSEKEEPING
Then we are AT OITR BEST, for our House Furnishing Department is repleta
with articles that will make home beautiful and comfortable.
The friends of the j'owy: couple will find at our stores an infinite variety of
useful and ornamental articles appropriate for wedding presents, such as Clocks,
Bronzes, Silverware, Fine Cutlery, Fictures, Illustrated Books, Bric-a-Brac, .
House Furnishing Goods, etc.
So much for those about to be married. For those already married we have
also many appropriate presents. Just glance over this list and see for yourself:
Wooden Wedding Presents.
Salt Boxes, Knife Boxes, Medicine Cabinets, Fanoy Brackets, Spice Cabinet,
Nest ot Boxes, Clothes Wrinyers, Folding Ironing Tables, Carpet Sweepers,
Towel Boilers, Towel Backs, Befrigerators, Meat Safes, Blacking Cabinets, But
lers Trays, Meat Boards, Pastry Boards, etc
TIN WEDDING PRESENTS.
Crumb Tray and Brush, Bread Boies, Water Coolers, Tin Toilet Sets, Conti
nental Steam Cookers, French Coffee Biggins, One Minute Coffee Pots, Japanned
Tea Trays, Self-Ponring Coffee Pots, Planished Tea Pots, Fish Kettles, Flour
Cans, Bread Baisers, Chafing Dishes, Ccffiea Urns, Match Safes, etc.
CHINA WEDDING PRESENTS.
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Toilet Sets, Tete-u-Tete Sets, Fish Sets, Game Sets, lea
Cream Sets, Berry Sets, Bisque Figures, Cabinet Pieces, Boyal Worcester Ware,
Doulton Ware, Pointon Ware, Bonn Ware, Bose Jars, Cracker Jars, Salad Dishes,
Cabarets, Compot Dishes, Pudding Dishes, Mush and Milk Sets, Cheese Covers,
Sardine Boxes, Hanging Lamps, Vase Lamps, Croton Sets, etc.
CRYSTAL WEDDIHG PRESENTS
Fine Cut Glass Bose Bowls, Salad Bowls, Finger Bowls, Pitchers, Tumblers,
Water Bottles, Oil Cruets, Olive Dishes, Berry Dishes, Berry Saucer, Berry
. Fine Pressed Glassware.
Ice Cream Sets, Berry Set, Orange Bowls, Fruit Bowls, Nut Dishes, Water
Bottles, Water Sets, Salad Bowls, Yinegar Cruets, Olive Dishes, Pickla Dishes,
.Pitchers, Finger Bowls, etc.
SILVER WEDDING PRESENTS
Of the Celebrated Eogers Bros.' goods. Ice PitchersTea Sets, Castors, Butter
Dishes, Pickle Castors, Cake Baskets, Syrnp Pitchers, lings, Knives, Forks ani
Spoons, Sugar Spoons, Sugar Tungs, etc.
Our announcement of Golden and Diamond Wedding
Presents will appear in due time. ,
HMAN & CO.
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for bride and groom (excepting only the
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