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Ireland Shows Her Sympathy
BYMOST GENEROUS GIFTS.
f Jrho Lord Slayer of Dublin Cablet 1,000
All Eager to Help too FuSerers An-
i drew Cumecle Donates 83,000 In Addl-
, lion to What His Firm Gave EnflUh-
. uea Display a Willingness to Assist.
CET CUJLX TO THE DISPATCH.!
London, June 8, Copyright A
meeting is nowjbeingheld in Dublin to show
sympathy in word and in money for the
victims of the great disaster. Lord Mayor
Sexton, who presides, and who. on his own
responsibility, cabled i,000 to America
before the meeting was held, is an example
of the eagerness everywhere to show sub
stantial sympathy. "When the news of the
disaster first reached London a dispatch waB
" received at yonr London office from Andrew
Carnegie offering $5,000 to any subscription
, that might be started here, in additlon'to
$10,000 given by His firm, and many similar
generous offers followed.
Channels for the prompt transmission of
all contributions have now been opened in
every direction, and only prompt organiz
ation Ty the American representatives is
seeded to secure Trom traveling Americans
much larger sums than have yet been re
ceived. Americans in London have uni
versal! v expressed whattliey believed to be
the general sentiment in the United States
: . namely, that Americans are
Abundantly Able and Wllllnc
to give all that may be required, with no
assistance from the outside: but the desire
to j;ire has been universally shown among
Englishmen, and the surprise and irritation
is general at the Lord Mayor's failure to
start a Mansion House fnnd. The custom
of opening a fund at Mansion House in all
cases of great disaster is so universal as to
become a matter of course. It never fails
in case of a flood in China, or a volcanic
eruption in an ont of the way island, therefore
the enrions exception to the rule in this
case is worthy of investigation, apart from
all question as to the money needed.
The reasons given to your correspondent
by the Lord Mayor's secretary this otter
noon, though not entirely unfounded, prove
.ethe chief hgnitary of this city to be suffer
ing from an attack of offended official die
city not overcome by the spectacle of thou
sands of dead bodies.
The Lord Mayor's Complaints.
The Lord Mayor thought, said his private
secretary, that Americans were quite rich
enough to manage their own disasters, but
what was more important, he did not think
.they appreciated the charity at the time of
. the Charleston disaster. A lundwas started,
but the money subscribed was sent back by
Charleston's Mayor with the remark that it
was not needed. Afterward the Lord Mayor
received numerous press cuttings describing
the raising of a fond by the Lord Mayor as
a display of uncalled-lor advertisement, or,
as the Yankee bad put it, cheek.
This had dried up the fountain of the
.Mayor's sympathy. The latter being just
now out of town his secretary thought he
perhaps might open a fnnd if waited upon
by deputations of prominent Americans
and asked to do so. But that is not likely
5to happen. It is only fair to point out that
the warm sympathy expressed by the aver
age Englishman forms a pleasant contrast
. to the sentiment of Lord Mayor Whitehead
J- as expressed by his secretary, boulesuy.
HAHILT0N AND LEE '
Leave for Waihlncton for the Pnrpose of
Securing; Notional Aid.
1PEOM A. STAFF COBBESrOXDEST.l
Johnstown, June 8. Dr. John B. Ham
ilton, Surgeon General of the United States
array at Washington, who has been here
looking after the medical interests and for
the purpose of disinfecting the town, left
this afternoon for Washington, in company
with Dr. Benjamin Lee, ol Philadelphia,
who had bis headquarters in Pittsburg.
The two gentlemen will lay the condition of
Johnstown bclore the President, and it is
likely that .national aid will be extended to
the sufferers. In conversation with a Dis
patch correspondent Dr. Hamilton said:
"I have been all over Johnstown and do
v -not think there is anydanger of contagion
here. The people down along the river be
low here who have to drink and use the
water from this place are in great danger,
- and should not do so. The people living
cere neea nave no lears at an, as any possi
bility of an epidemic will be stamped out."
They have put 150 men at work on the
gorge clearing it out At the latest it
should not take them longer than ten days
to do the work. With good grappling irons
there is-no reason why the stuff conld not
be moved be'ore the warm weather sets in.
A good idea would be to send to Pittsburg
and secure a crane from a snag boat. The
derricks could be placed along the railroad,
and in the hands of experienced men they
wonld do more than all the dynamite that
could be scared up.
There is one thing here that outsiders
should know. We do not want any more
doctors here, and the people who send sup
plies should not send committees with them,
as the latter are only in the road of those
-nrho want to work. Xt nKo make- ft ptm
?6,n many more months to feed. It is much
jtM& better lor the people to ship the stuff here
y ". - and let the local committees handle it.
0KLT WISH TO DO GOOD.
Pittsburg Merchant Not In Johnstown for
tbe Purpose of Speculation.
fFBOH A ETj.Fr COEKESPOVBKST.I
JOHNSTOW2T, June 8. The talk going
tbe rounds regarding the land sharks infest
ing this district is almost totally without
foundation, so some anthorities report, ex
cept that prominent Johnstown men desire
to give the town a boost in a financial way.
Prominent real estate men. of Pittsburg are
here, not to speculate, but to assist in the
work of aiding the suffering ones, and to aid
in the restoration or the town. John D.
Biggertsaid to me this evening: "Those
reports are hardly credible, so far as Pitts-
nurg people are concerned, and I can truth-
ji - fully say that it is not my intention, nor do
,tt I think any real estate dealers of Pittsburg
'' & are here to acquire property by taking ad-
vvantage of the destitute people, wantonlv
J or otherwise. "We are here to work.5'
v,2D- Joseph H. Brown, another real estate man,
T corroborated Mr. Biegert's statement They
are members of the Sportsmen's Association
, of Pittsburg, and expect to stay here ten
days, accomplishing good work. They hope
for any fraternal help. Also the insurance
'men'of .Pittsburg are here for the same pur-
- ist. .Another news item heard of to-day was.
that -a prominent Sixth street merchant'
would establish a general drygoods, cloth-
jjing ana grocsry store nere on a large scale.
tjjFuftber than this no more effort has been
jidade to bring about any business interest,
'and it is thought this is rather premature.
PE0Y1DIKG FOE 800 TAHIHES.
Hotv the Jr. O. U. A. 01. la Jotinstovm is
Looking- After Its Members.
rerrcui. rm.xov.kM to rue xisjmtch.j
J0HN8TOWIT, June 8. In the Seventh
rard schoolhouse, "where the new Jr. O. TT.
A. M. "headquarters have been established,
there is an animated scene. These were the
' first headquarters opened in the town, sad t
ilia fnrmin nTnaron are exteiKiifiPSvsleraatlc
reief to their members in th. flooded dis
trict. At this regular storeroom the, families of
200 tq 300 members are provided far, and.
Messrs, Smith, Temple and Lively were par,
in charge by Steohen Collin, oUhla city,
before he returned home.
Few Funerals Held Amid the Rains The
People Too Overcome for "Ordinary
Grief How Graves ara Marked.
'SFKCIAL. TELIGRill TO THB DISEXTCH.
JOHNSTOWN, June 8. Up at the ceme
tery there is a gang of 25 men on duty to
dig and fill graves and handle the coffinB.
When a jragonload of the dead arrives they
all fall to work digging fresh graves in
plots where the labels on the coffin? 6hovr
that the inmates-are entitled to burial in
some of the plots. There were several
families who owned no plots, and the
bodies of the unknown dead are lugged off
to where a great trench, 100 de and
the length of a coffin has been dug in the
earth. The coffins are laid close in the bot
tom of this trench, and the dirt quickly
shoveled over them. One trench is full
already, and start has been made oa an
other. At the head of each grave is stuck a
shingle with the name ot the one interred
there scrawled on it in lead pencil, or a
number if the person be unkfiown. On five
adjoining shingles at the trenches are the
names: "W. L. Harris, aged 23 years,"
"Frank Harris and John Ham's," "Maggie
Harris," "Margaret Harris," "Sarah Har
ris." There have been frequent cases of the
wrong Identification ot bodies, and some
scratching and rewriting has been necessary
on the shingles. One runs thus: "Miss
Bracken," "unknown," "supposed to be
Miss Banting, a factory girl;" "supposed
to be Cassie Christie, formerly -of Butler;"
"supposed to be Frank! e Wagner, Market
street," On another shingle is written: "A
large woman with eariugs," and under
neath, "Mrs. Mary Tingle."
Ont of all the nearly 4,000 dead who have
been buried it is probable that there have
not been a dozen funerals. One is in prog
ress in Johnstown this atternoon. It is
over the remains of the Rev. Dillon, re
covered yesterday. Lack of funeral cere
monies is not in any way indicative of dis
respect, but because the calamity has over
whelmed the survivors. The usual customs
of life are lost sight of in the presence ot
such a catastrophe. The people are too
overcome for any ordinary grief.
DAS SEEN SO STEALING.
General Hattet Thinks tbo Reported Thlov.
Ine Ha Been Exaggerated,
rFBOH X SXATT CORBXSrOHDEXT.
Johnstown, June 8. In regard to the
systematic thieving and maltreatment of
bodies about which so much has been said
and of which so little is actually known,
Major Sam Haslet, of Washington, Pa.,
who has been on the ground since Monday,
has some remarks to make that may be con
"I have been relegated to duty here,"
said he, "on General Wylie's staff, and as
yon can see all right in the very center ot
the ruins with 1,000 workmen directly un
der my eyes all tbc time. I believe and
actually know that this thieving business
has been greatly exaggerated. In the first
place, the men, Huns and Italians, can't
steal if they want to. There isn't a single
man working alone, but all are under each
other's eyes. Of course, I have seen a work
man stoop down now and then to pick up
something, but it was generally out of mere
idle curiosity, or he wished the eheap
trinket or toy merely as a keepsake of the
great flood. Yon will find the greatest
damage has been done by visitors, who
carry off everything as relics." Kaixe.
A COUPLE OP THE B0MAHCES.
Dlother and Dnnnhter Die Together Satber
Than Only One be Saved.
FBOM A STAFF COBSESPOXSEKT.
Johnstown, June 8. Evan B. Jones,
wife and one daughter, of Woodvale, were
lost in tbe flood, and the pathetic incident
in connection with this family was when a
man had a chance to rescue Mrs. Jones and
a young daughter he told them he could
save only one, as his life was in danger
should he try to- pilot tbem both to the
shore. The daughter calmly said: "If you
can't save us both, let us here to die to
gether," and they were carried away under
the drift Their bodies are still uniound.
Another case was that of a woman with
her child, who saw the terrific torrent com
ing and hastily gathered a bag of bonds and
cash in hope of saving it The flood came
upon her, and the alternative presented was
either to drop tbe money, amounting to
83.000. or the child. She let tbe valuable
-package sink and clung to her child, the re-
suit peing mat sne was saved at .Nineveh
and recovered enough to come back to town
BlnrriaBe Licenses Granted Yesterday.
Jolm Donnelly. Allegheny
Frederick Matthias Baldwin township
Elizabeth Holland Baldwin townshln
John Kaszar. Homestead
nciena junaaei...... initsburjr
George Kcwlands McKcesport
Amu JSalrd McKeesport
Charles Vollmer Plttshurir
Luesela Loper flttshnr?
Joeerih Donuonoltls PitUburit
Josef WAlczak tlttshurS
A.lf.V Wehner Pitt.bnrg
Otlllla Kalber .-. Pittsburg
Simon KaumslnilA. Alio..!.....
Teaficla V lsne vreska Allechcnr
Reorge A. Short Latrobe
Mary Wetlel. Pittsburg
Martin 7oah.. pi.hnHM
Margaret llsn Pittsburg
v'.S: : f,ret!iner Pittsburg
Katie M. Mueller Pittsburg
TS a blood disease. Until tae poison la
expelled from the system, there caa
be no cure for this loathsome and
dangerous malady. Therefore, the only
elective treatment is a thorough course
of Ayers Sarsapnrilla the best of all
blood purifiers. The sooner you begin
the better ; delay is dangerous.
" I was troubled with catarrh for over
two years.. I tried various remedies,
and was treated by a number of physi
cians, but received no benefit until r
began to take Ayer's Sarsaparilla. A
few bottles of this medicine cured me of
tnis troublesome complaint and com
pletely restored my health." Jesse 2!U
Boggs, Holman's Mills,!!. C.
"When Ayer's Sarsaparilla was rec
ommended to me for catarrh. I was in.
clined to doubt its efficacy. Having
tried so many remedies, with little ben
efit, I bad no faith that anything wonld
cure me. I became emaciated from loss
of appetite and impaired digestion. I
had nearly lost the sense of smell, and
my system was badly deranged. 2 was
about discouraged, when a friend urged
me to try Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and re
ferred me to persons whom it had cured
of catarrh. After taking half a dozen
bottles of this medicine, I am convinced
that the only sure way of treating this
obstinate disease is through the blood."
Charles H. Moloney, 113 lUver Efc,
Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lcwefl, Mats.
.Priee 1; six bottles, . Worth o a bottle.
BUCiCHMiWA Afaqlee Jiwof these
yery dwiratye. and hwjtfful fbri just
received prices froa 75c to I 50 a yd., all
43 inches wide, Hcoxra & Backs.
"Wm. J. Fbioay's '"Marie" brandof
Havana cigars w the finwt in tb.il. market)
3Tor55& 63? Srtithfield st. "WFStt
Golden pheasant awnings at Mamauz&
Sou's, 537 and 539 Fenn ave.
For a good fitting suit go to Pltcaimt's
No. 434 Wood street.
AliBERTE-LOTZ-On Wednesday evening,
June 6, 18S9. at 8 o'clock, at the residence of the
bride's father, by tbe Be v. Pick, , D., F8
J, Albert and Ehiue K. Lorn,
McCOT-SMITH-At the residence of Sam
uel Smith, Robinson township, Mies AH0E V.
Sims and James H, McCot, of Mansneld,by
toe Ray. H. W. McCurdy, of Cralton M. E.
McKEE-PLUMMlSR-On Thursday even
ing, June 6, at, the residence of the bride's
parents, near Mansfield, Pa., by the Rev, J- A
Duff. Mr. Robksi D. McKeb and Miss Maw
J. riUMlIEB. , 2
BCOTT-GETTY-Tuesday, June 4, 18S9, at
the residence ot the bride's parents, by Rev. E.
P. Cowan, D. D assisted by Rev, Francis
Gettv, Kate Abhor Getty, of Pittsburg, to
Henbt Bbows 8coTT,"'Of Allegheny, 2
CONNOR-On Saturday. June A W89. at 5 A,
K.. at his residence, 113 Forty-second street,
William Connob, passenger conductor A. V.
Remains will be tafcento Oil City from Forty
third street on train leaving Union station at
8.-43 a. x. Monday. All members of O. of R.
O. are requested to attend.
COPLEY At the residence of his brother-in-law.
Mr. Washlncton Ross, on Friday, Juno 7.
Henry WeLdix. youngest son of the late
Funeral services at Ross ton. Pa., at 3 o'clock
ouSuwday afternoon. Private interment
on Monday jcochisq from Mr, Sampson's
GRIBBEN On Friday morning. June 7, 18S3
at 1 o'clock, at her home, Saxonbare, Sutler
county. Pa.. Catharine Grtbben.
Funeral on Monday, June 10, 1SS3.
FREDERICK Friday June 7, ALBERTA
Makgukeita, daughter of W. H. and Rachel
Frederick, aged 2 3 ears 7 months and 17 days.
Funeral services at parents' residence, Gerst
alley, Allegheny, Bunday, June 9, at i o'clock
p.m. Interment private at Butler, Pa,
Butler papers please copy.
KENHEDY On Satnrday. June 8, 1888, at 2
o'clock p.m.. Will Kennkpy, aged 45 years.
Friends are respectfully invited to attend the
fnneral at the chapel of Edward L. Deyore,
No. 18 Sixth avenue, at 4 P, m. to-day.
KNIPSCHHJD-On Saturday afternoon.
Jane H, 1&9, at 12:15 o'clock, Anna, daughter
or Albertlna and. the late Frank Knipschlld,
aged 9 months.
Funeral will take place from the residence of
her mother, No. 2S23 Penh avenue, THIS
afternoon at 120 o'clook. Friends of the
f ainlly are respectfully Invited to attend.
KRETZSCHMAR-On Friday, June 7, 183
at 10 o'clock A. il, Felix a. Xbsizscbxab,
aged 44 years.
Fnneral from his residence. No. 2504 Penn
avenne, Sunday, June 9, at 2 o'clock p.m.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
PBTTCHARD On Satnrday. June 8. 1S89, at
20 p. u., Richard Pbitchasd, in his 69th
Funeral from his late residence, corner
Arlington avenue and Climax street, Thirty
first ward, on Tvzsday. June 11, lS8y, at 2 P.
M. Friends of the family are respectfully In
vited to attend. 3
PFAHL On June 3. 1S89, Donald Stew
art, youngest son of William H. and Emily M.
Plabl, or diphtheria
Funeral services at the residence of parents.
No. 3 Arch street, on Sunday. June 9, 18s9, at
3 o'clock p. M. Interment private.
ROSS On Friday. June 7, Samuel Youno,
son of Washington and Margaret Copley Ross,
Funeral at the residence of his parents on
Sunday. Jane 9, at 3 o'clock.
SULLIVAN On Saturday, Jane 8,1859, at 7
A. x,MabgaiTTTA Sullivan, aged 83 years.
Fnneral from the residence of her son, James
Sullivan, corner Fifty.fourth street and Key
stone avenue, Sunday, Jnne 9, 1SS9. at 1 P. M.
Friends of the family are respectfully Invited
WILSON At Hazelwood, on Friday, Jnr.e 7,
1889, at 9;10 p. m.. Calvin Wilson, youngest
sun of Susan and tbe late George Wilson.
Funeral services at the residence of his
mother, at Hazelwood, ,on Monday morning,
at 10 o'clock. Train leaves B. & O. depot.
Grant and Water streets, at 9.40 a.m. Please
omit flowers. Interment private. 2
Colorado Springs' papers please copy.J
WYNKOOP On Thursday evening, June ,
1SS9, at 10 o'clock, Wllford H. Wynkoop in his
Funeral services at the residence of bis
father, L. C. Wynkoop, Marshall avenne.
Tenth Ward, Allegheny City, on SUNDAY
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Friends of the
family are invited to attend. Carriages will
leave the office of H. Samson, 13 Ohio street, at
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold 4 Co., Lira.,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1134 Penn avenue. Tele
phone connection. mylO-tS-MWFSu
JAMES M. FULLERTON,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 seventh Street.
JOHN L. TREXLER & CO.,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Livery
and Boarding Stables. Nos. SIS and 380
Beaver ave. Residence. GS1 Preble
ave., Allegheny City.
Telephone 3410. mh2S-MThsu
-TTT H. UEVOBiC ft BON,
Undertakers and Embatiaers and Livery Stables,
No. 812 Grant street, near Fifth avenue.
At tlie old stand Sne carnages lor shopping, or
parties or opera at the moat reasonable prices.
'Jfelepbose ffia. mhis-ai-wsu
The first dose often astonishes the invalid,
giving elasticity of-mind and
Buoyancy of Body
to which he was before a stranger. They give
egnlar bowels and solid flesh. Nicely sngar
oated. Price. 25c per box. ,
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillings from SI up. Amalgam. EOc:
sllvar,75e; white alloy, JL
J)RS.NcCLAREN& WAUGAMAN. Dentists,
Corner Smithfleld and Fourth avenue.
MLLE. E. DREYER.
NO. 644 PENN AVENUE,
IMPORTEtt OF FRENCH MILLINERY,
Trimmed Bonnets and round Hats.
Mourning a Specialty. mbl9-79-Su
The Most Complete
Stock in the city.
BED ROCK PRICES.
We also manufacture this
STEVENS CHAIR CO.
No. S SIXTH ST..
ORTGAGES AT 6 PER CENT TWO
CrinrfcsxBffAtt frti1 AAA an1 Bl KXn aeAn4wA
ly, being trcrehase money of prdmrty fnElev
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- 1 3sMASbV
At 2, $3 and & you can buy better ones.
Oar assortment consists of all grades.
Special lines of
For Summer Furnishim;.
P. C. Schoeiieck,
731 LIBERTY ST.
Whatever can possibly sug
gest itself in the hundreds of
styles, art shows here one of
the leading shapes,
A Slipper of acknowledged
comfort and a decidedly pret
ty one in appearance. We
furnish in all widths, AA to
E, at the moderate cost of
Are made of best kid stock
and most perfect in fit.
Also bear in mind that our
treatment of Corns and Bun
ions GRATIS TO ALL,
Is an established feature, and
we desire you to avail your
selves of this and suffer no
430-436 MARKET ST.
DR. WOODS. SPECIALIST IN THE CURE
OF CHRONIC DISEASES.
WHY HE ADVERTISES.
"What the late Henry Ward Beecher said
about newspapers and doctors: "I am glad
that the doctor enred him, I am glad the
doctor put it into the paper that he cured
him, and if any doctor is certain that he can
cure such diseases and does not put it into
tbe papers, I am very sorry. What a pity
it wonld have beeu had this doctor come to
town, with bis wealth of science and experi
ence, and cone away leaving him nncuredl
What a pity it would have been if he had
been so prejudiced against advertising as to
read the responsible certificates of the doc
tor and give him the go-by as a qnackl
What are the newspapers lor if not to circu
late valuable in ormation? What more val
uable information can a newspaper give
than to tell a sick man where be cau be
cured? If a man has devoted bis life to the
study of a special class of diseases the ne
cessity of saying so becomes all the more
pressing. Uis duty to advertise becomes
Many well-known citizens of this and
other cities testify to Dr. Woods" genius
and remarkable success. Men and women
whose lives bad been tor years miserable
from disease that was prononnced incurable
have been res toted to health by Dr. Woods.
So numerous and so trustworthy are his ref
erences and indorsements, so remarkable
and permanent are the cures he has effected
by his superior Skill and ability, and so con
tinuous his success that he stands promi
nently forth as 'a physician who may be
consulted with the utmost confidence that
his treatment will enre even tbe most des
Dr.. Woods advises with all who call free
of charge. Examinations are also free to
those who desire treatment. Cases which
require medicine only are treated success
fully hv correspondence. Send 4 cents Jn
stamps for question list All communica
tions sacredly confidential. All medicines
fnrnished (without extra charge), thus in
suring their being genuine and Dronerlv
Db. K. A. Woods, Hotei, Ai,beharlt:,
Penk Atekcb akp Sixth Steeet,
Office hours, 10 a. m. to 12 H., 2 to o and 7
to 6P.U jeS
HAMBUKG-AMEH1CAN PACKET CO.-EX-1'KESS
service between Hew York. South
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steamers or 10,000 tons and 12,(00 horse power.
Fait time to London and tbe Continent. Steam
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Regular service: Every Tburaday from JNew
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Apply to the General office Hamburg-American
Packet Co., Broadway, New York. Oeneral
Passage OBce. C. B. KICHABD A CO., 61 Broad
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EmlthSeia rt.i Pittsburg. my27 wmu
ATS 3ST O? S -
Uli mtk jvsjHfe, above t4Kha)d,BLeftier
TJKiiiii mswuw m yesm.
It Will Pay Xok ttr Visit Our
Store OChis Week y
As we are offering the greatest values ever
known here. We warrant all our Roods to-ha
first-class in every particular.
LADIES.-Corset Covers, 2(te to $8 25i
Drawer..., 25a to 173; Chemises. 23c to t3j
downs, 4Sc to $3 25; Skirts, 48e to W 60.
MISSES.-Drawers.10q to 65c; Gowns, all at
cost; Skirts, SOc to $1: Skirts (own make),tl
Waists, 30o to Unest.
CORSETa C. P., 80 to 3 60: R. 4 G., 81 60
to $2 25; Ball's, 75c to W 23; Dr. Warner's. II 2j;
French Woven, 60e, 75o and SliVeutHating,
85c and $1 20; Waists, 2ac t? $1 50; White, drab,
black and colors.
GLOVES. Misses' Lisle Silk. 25c. 85o and
60c: Reinforced Fingers, 72o and 83c; Lisle, 23o
to 60c; Ladies' Silt, 25c to SI.
EMBROIDERIES, ETC-Edglngs, To to 50c;
Inserttugs, !Qcto35c; Flooocings, 25o to ?125;
Skirtings, 22-lncb, S7o to il 60; 44-inch, ?0o to
A PRONS.-Platp, 2So ton 25; Trimmed, 0o
to $2 60.
PILLOW SHAMa-Plaln, , $1 23, .S5;
anrnmeu, ti 70 to j; ttemsutchea, w vo, w
jl G, CAMPBELL & SONS.
710 PENN AVENUE. 710
PENN BUILDING. .
Between Seventh and Eighth its.
BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
406 and 408 Wood St
Ladies' and Gents' Traveling fogs.
10-ln. club bag only 75c '
11-in, clnb has only Si.
12-in. club bag only SI 25.
14-In. Gladstone bag only Jl 25.
18-ln. Gladstone bag only SI 39.
18 In. Gladstone bac only SI 50.
20-in. Gladstone bag only SI C9.
22-in. Gladstone hag only 1 89.
24 In. Gladstone bag only 54
Gents' black rubber cloth baes only 50c, '
Ladies' handbags, 60c to ?L
DOLLS, DOLLS, DOLLS.
China limb dolls only 5c
Largo wax dolls only 10c.
Jointed dolls, blsquo heads, flowing hair; 19c
Large patent bead dolls, with hair, only 25c
Kid body doll, bisque head, shots and stock
in es, only 50c
Beautifully dressed dolls, 25c to J2 60.
VASES, VASES, VASES.
Beautiful vases only 6c j
fcatln vases only 10c
Satin vases, large, 25c, 39c, 5Qc
Wine sets in blue and amber onlySOcv
Bronze lava statues, SI to $2 75.
BAB? CARRIAGES, BABY CARRIAGES.
Baby carriages from S3 to S25.
100 tfoz. silver-ulated dinner knives, lOo each.
80doz. silver-plated forks only 10a each.
00 doz. silve.'rlated table spoonsonly 10c each.
Painted 1)1 ages, SOc, 95c and 81.
Brass bird ges, square, 75c, 89c SI and $1 23.
.Large oreejing cages, u-zo ana il an.
Feather dusters, 10o to &ic
t2-plece toilotaet, with Jar, only Si
10-pleca tollot set only S3 25.
Putz pomade, sold everywhere at lOo, only 5c
Howell's Ammonia Water only 7c
Headquarters for bousefurnishinggood; also
thousands of articles on our 5c ana 10c counters.
Call and examine our stock. ,
H. G. HAYDEN &, CO.
Mme Kellon's Frencli Tailor System
of dress cutting. The only system in America
that cuts they Worth bias dart. It consists
of a tailor's wooden square, wooden dart and
sleeve rule and scales, tbe same as best merch
ant tailors ue, and a 40-page ins'ruction book.
System and thorough Instruction In cutting
and basting. $10. Call for circulars or address
iL A. DAVIS, 614 Penn ave myl4-WJsu
LADIES. BEFORE GOING TO THE BEA-
SHORE call and see my new natural curl
skeleton bangs: something delightful, cool and
styllsb; also full line of new goods; electric
combs, hairpins, curling irons, etc MARIE
LANDERS, Bugus Hacke building, upstaire.
Take Sperher's elevator. jeO wsu
120 dozen fine quality Imported Ladies' Fancy
Hose, 16c; reduced from 25c
80 dozen real French Lisle Hose, split feet,
SOc; reduced from 60c
AlotM!sesand Boys' genuine French Rib
bed Hose, 22c; reduced from 45c and 60c
Our own importation, S3 60, SI, S5 and up,
worth 60 per cent more.
Plain and Fancy- Flannel Shirts, 60c, S76, SI,
Boys' Flannel Waists and Blouses from SI to
Real French Percale Waists reduced from SI
.Men and Boys' Lanndried and TJnlaundried
Shirts, perfect fitting, 60c, 75c, SI and up.
Almost civen away. Look at tbe pretty goods
we are selling at (I, SI 60 and S"2 just half
Children's Parasols from, 20c up.
BCAJVPEJE3BC1T1 EF OBAJRGATNS.
240 dozen Hemstitched Colored Bordered Handkerchiefs, 4o apiece, or seven for 25e;
ISO dozen finer quality, 6)0 apiece, or 70a a dozen.
120 dosen fine "White Pure Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, iOe; worth 16c.
120 dozen extra fine wide hems, 12jc: worth 20c.
The most beau tilul patterns at 15c, 18c, 25o.
All these much below value. They cannot be replaced at those prices.
5HL JO. 514'. MMET ST.
ARE AT A
They will at present buy consid
erably more tb.au 100 cents' wortn
from ua. becausa wahave reduced
the prices of a large number of
suits of whiob we have only a few
sizes le,ft They are thia season's
goods, ohoice patterns and well
made, and all we urge Is an early
inspection. Men's Cutaway Suits
now 89, $10 50, 811, 813 50 and
$15. Men's Sack Suits at $8, $9,
$10, 812 and BIB 60. Boys' Suits,
sizes from 13 to 18 years, at 84,
85 75, 86 50, 87 50 and $10,
and Kilt Suits in two-piece styles
at $2 75, $3, $3 50, $4 and $4 5a
Our assortment of Hats is in every
respeot complete. The prioes low.
STRASSBURGER & JOSEPH,
Taflore, caotiiieK ana Hatters
161, 163 Federal St,, Allegheny.
MT. DE CHANTAL,
Near Wheeling, W. Va.,
(SISTERS OP 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 specially noted. Corps
of piano teachers trained by a leadlngprofessor
from Conservatory ut 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 tbe principal cities, address
se9.q78-3u THE DD3ECTRES8,
The most artistic and vivid
views of ruined JOHNSTOWN,
and piotures of the broken
SOUTH FORK DAM can, only
be had at
To reduce stock quickly
we have made important cuts
in prices in every department.
Las will be sure to find
the right article at lower
prices at our establishment
than elsewhere. Space for
bids us mentioning more
than a few of the many at
traction we offer this week.
Pongee Drapery, fine cloth, newest patterns,
fast colors, 14c worth 20c
Fancy Scrims, new patterns, 40 Inches wide,
10c; worth 15c
A lot of Lace Curtains, new patterns. 75c and
$1 a pain worth fully double. ,
-APSi? Set? newest patterns, extra large,
SI 60, Sl75;worthS3 andS3 60.
2,000 Painted Japanese Fans at 6c; worth 10c,
Larger and finer oiies at 10c to I5c
Ornamented Parchment Fans, new designs,
25c to 60c
Painted fclacfc Satin Fans, 60c,75oandSl
Best and cheapest ever shown,
.Black, White and Gray Real Ostrich Fans,
SieotoSlO. v '
For Men and Soys, new wash Scarfs, in
Pique Lawn, Percale, etc, 5c to 60 c All new
An avalanche- of new goods in Glorias and
Windsor Silk, in Silver. Gold and Fancy
French Carved Wood Handles, long and short,
JJ. 23 to Si, Best goods ever offered for the
WD 27-, FIEW . E,
Monday, June 10,
Tuesday, June II,
Wednesday, June 12,
Thursday, June 13,
Friday, June 14,
Saturday, June 15,
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED
Largest stock and lowest prices to fhe two
7$o charge for Trimming when materials are
purchased ot us.
Art Embroidery and Fancy Work
Free Instruction every morning from 10 to 12
Ladles' Swiss A.prons, tucked, at 25c
Ladies' Swiss Aprons, embroidered, at 60c
Ladles Swiss Aprons, hemstitched and em
broidered, at 63e, 7oc 88c 95c and SI 19.
Nnrses Aprons, wide hem and tucks, at 16c.
19c tuid 25c
Nurses' Aprons, with open work, at 25c
Nurses Aprons, embroidered, at 89c, oOe, 63c,
75c, $1. SI 25, SI 60, SI 78 and Si
Ladles Muslin Underwear.
Ladies' Cloaks, Wraps and Jerseys.
Ladies' Corsets. Bustles, etc
Ladies' Dress Trimmings.
Ladles' Handkerchiefs. -Ladles'
Laces and Embroideries.
Ladles' Rubber Sossamers.
Ladles' Toilet Sets.
Ladies' Manicure Sets.
Ladles' Work Boxes.
Ladies' Toilet Goods and Perfumeries.
Iidles' Trunks and Traveling Bags.
Linens. Towels, Napkins, etc, and a com
plete line of
House Furnishing Goods.
man, jii n
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES
Confirmation and Graduation
Also a complete stock of Millinery, Gloves,
Hosiery, Underwear, Fans. Book Jewelry,
THE FINEST LINE OF
Ever shown in Western Pennsylvania.
Our stock Includes Infants' CloaKs, Short
Coats, Slips, Robes, Dresses, Skirts,
Klannol, Wrappers, Shawls and Sacques,
Hand-knit Zephyrs, Sacques, Bootees, 'taps,
etc; Silt. Mull and Lace Caps. Bib and Feed
ers, Rubber Diapers. Bands, etc; Baby Pow
ders. Puff ami Powder Boxes, Spong3,Comb9,
Brushes and Toilet Goods.
We call special attention to onr line of
From $5 to $45 Eachf
SEND .FOR PRICE LIST,
MM; II il,
SA.l'TXEmLAJlT;, CTTTNl 153.
! FLEISHMAN $c CO.'Sf
New, Department Stores,
- Ladies7 Day,
- Misses7 Day
- Babies' Day.
TUESDAY, JUNE II.
The Celebrated "Star" Dress Shirts at H,
94 ou ana 92. ' ,
Tne famons "Pearl" Dress Shirts at ST at
White P. K. Dress Shirts, fqr evening wat
Unlaundrietl White Shirts,
White An chor Cotton, linen band and
00c eacn, or tbnj per nair dozen.
New York Mill Mmlln liner, huu(
bosom, reinforced front and back, 75c. or 3 f 91
The "Pearl" Unlanndried Shirts-good
ever, $1 each, or 3 for S3 83.
Plain White Shirts at S)c ffle: 79S and ft.
Fancy Night Shirts at 60c, fSc, 75e, , Slasj
Balbrlspan Shirts and Drawer! at JfeSfel
2Xc 73c, SI. SI 23. Si 6a
Gauze and Merino Shirts and Drawss t7t, i
vm, ,wv, ev, A 1UU i UUb
Peppere! Jean Drawers, buttons and sfebMtjj
PepperaUean Drawers, vrithelastlo aakletij
at Toe ' 3
benven's Jean Drawers, with patess olaslis
Nainsook Jean Drawers, feathet-we-lgH-!
The lanrtst stock and best itvlea h Hie tl
cities. at soc vac, SI, IX 60, S2, S36f, StaSk'SSSSyf
- Gentlemen's Neckwi irf
600 dozen SnrnmerSirf. Tairtra. Tn1Ti
Fctin-Hanos, at only 60 each, or 6 for 25c,
.v Also Full Lines of
Gentlemen's Linen Collar and Cuffs,
Gentlemen's Gloves and Hosiery.
Gentlemen's Knspenders. y
Qentlemen's Handkerchiefs, etc.
The Torrey Razors at 50c. 75c, 95c,SlBd,Sia$
Jo-eph Rogers & Sons' Shefdeld Razors at
63c. 86c 80o and SI 20 each. 1
The famons Star Safety Razors at fl 60. 'J
Torrey' Razor Strops at 20c, iOo. 6O0 and K 7 I
Lather Brushes at 25c S3c 60c and 68c each.
China Shaving iluvs at 15c, 25c, Sjc, c, 7531
ana 41 eaqa.
Traveling ShavinR Mngs at 23c each.
Shaving Soaps and Toilet
THURSDAY, JUNE 13.
Boys' Shirt Waists at 25c SSc and 60c
Boys' Kar Shirt Waists at 60. 83c, Too, SsV;t
Bovs' Flannel Shirts at 59a and 75c
Boys' White Dress Shirts, unlaundried, t
60c and 75c ,. j
Biys White Dress Shirts, lanndried, 7$M
Bojs Nieat Shirts at 50c
Bovs' White Giuse Shirts at 25a to 13c
Boys' Angola Bine Shirts and Drawers at tfsvl
Hots' uaiurlggan snirts and Drawers fxos
Bojs' Fine White Merino Bhirts from 59a J j
Bojs' Ribbed Shirts, extra fine quality from J
Boys'. J ean Drawers at 45c.
Boys' Jean Drawers, with elastic anklets, atl
Boys' Cotton Hose from 10c to 75c
Boys' Heavy Riboed Black Hose at 25c
Bovs' fine Ribbed Black Hose at SSe.
Boys' French KIbbed Hose, split feet, froasl
afft n Tf rfftrAin tn ilva "
Bovs' Knee Cans at 22c and SSc
Boys' Windsor Scarfs at 12e, 15c, 19c, 2Sc,l
Bojs' Teck Scarfs at 8c each, or 6 for 26c
Boj s Fine Terk bear Is at 2So.
Boys' Linen Collars from 12V(o to SOc
Boys' Lace Collars at 5c, 9c, Cc, zSc, S5o and
Boys Little Fauntleroy Collars and Cnff
Bojs' School Handkerchiefs, fast.'
eacl), or 35c per dozen.
Bo)s' All-Lineu Handkerchiefs, fast .-.
Boys' AlI-LInen Handkerchiefs, extra (ecu.
value, at 9c or 3 for 25c v
uoys AU-unen Jiandkercniefs izomjane-9
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VJ, OIUKUUMa ItkiUU HI M. i jf
Boys' Kflt Suits at $150. S3 6. S3. jrN,s(J
a va, M. so ou. so, ( anu s. . Wm
Boys' Pant Snlta at S2 60, S3, S 60, KM M
Sa-Jtf 50. S7 and SSL . L SfieA
Boys Odd Pants at 75c 87c SL SI 26 aact SaJN
Small Bojs' Clotlif
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