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THE PITTSBURG . DISPATCH, "" TUESDAY, JUNE li, 188.9.
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SOpTHDfG TO MOP.
Alexander Sullivan and Others Are
- Sure to be Arrested for
THE HUBDER OF DOCTOR CRONIH.
All the Jnrors Satisfied That a Conspiracy
Has Been Shown.
AHAELI THROUGH WITH THE IKQTJEST
lErECtAI. TO.EOBAKTOTHB DISPATCH.!
Chicago. June 10. It is probable that
the Coroner's inquiry into the assassination
of Dr. Cronin will close to-morrow evening.
The jurors are almost certain to recommend
that Alexander Sullivan, Senior Warden
Biscs, Police' Officer Daniel Brown, Harry
Jordan and Garry Buckley De arrested.
Others may be Oragged in, too. The grnd
jury, which it is expected will indict these
men, will be composed of bine-blooded Ameri
cans. The present Grand Jury will bo dismissed
owing to the fact that there are four Irishmen
in the body. AH the prisoners will be held for
murderndbail refused. The testimony before
the Coroner's jury to-day went further to con
firm the belief that the Clan-na-Gael men who
are suspected of being directly or indirectly
implicated in the conspiracy are trying to
shield one another by giving evasive answers
to the leading questions of the Coroner.
Detective Mike Whelan, who traveled with
Detective Coughlin after Dr. Cronin disap
peared, and who was suspected by Chief Hub-
oara because or his strange conauci wiuw
searching for the man Smith, who drove the
doctor away, was the first witness. Avhelanls
a first cousin of Iceman P. Sullivan.
He'proved a wary witness. He was pressed
to explain why he had so readily dropped the
case or had been so indifferent in pressing an
inquiry when the discovery of Smith would
have relieved his cousin, Sullivan, from sus
picion. He said he had been taken off tbe caso
bv CaDtain Schaack. Further than this, the
description given him of Smith and of tbe
horses and buggy which Smith took did not
tally with the description of the man and horse
and bnggy which took Dr. Cronin away.
'I let the matter drop out of my mind," said
Whelan admitted that he wa3 a Clan-na-Gael
member, and that his number was 136. He
thought, however, that the society was a sort
of pleasure club. The jurors scowled and
looked incredulous. He had seen Detective
Coughlin and P. O. Sullivan fighting some un
known man in a saloon. His excuse for not
arrexting Coughlin was that he (Coughlin) was
a police officer.
Harry Jordan, who is suspected with playinr
a part in the tragedy, was a nervous witness.
He was not at all at case. He could not re
member whether be introduced McGeehan to
Detective Coughlin. Did remember, however,
of loaning McGeehan $5.
"Stand up," shouted the Coroner.
HE WAS THEBK.
"Were yon in Conklin's saloon the 23rd of
"Sow will yon swear that on that occasion
you never used the expression, I would not
take Dr. Cronin's body out of a sewer if I saw
I will; I never gave utterance to those
Coroner Hertz returned to the remark said
to have been made by' JordaiS regarding Dr.
Cronin's presence in a sewer. Jordan got very
nervous, culled his mustache, and said he
might have said that if Dr. Cronin fell in the
AN OVERWORKED PASTOB,
Who Was Thought to be Dead, Turns Vp
,, Alive and Well,.
SpeclJiTeltrram to The Dispatch.
Boston, Juno 10. News comes from San
Francisco that the Rev. Charles H. Smith,
whoso body was supposed to be somewhere
along the. bottom of the Charles river, had
turned up in that city, alive and well, and any
thing but ghost-like in appearance. His dis
appearance last February was the talk
of tbe town, and , the story was fully
told in The Dispatch at the time.
The fact that he disappeared on the night be
fore he was to preach his first sermon as pas
tor of tbe Pilgrim Congregational Church of
Dorchester, made the case all the more mys
terious. All sorts of rumors were afloat, and
when it was known that he drew from the bauk
several hundred dollars the day he went away,
led many to believe that his flight was pre
meditated. But no logical reason could be
given for his disappearance, other than tempo
His wife has never doubted that he would re
turn to her. Her hoDes were confirmed this
morning npon being informed that Superin
tendent Small, of the Boston police, had re
ceived a telegram from Chief of Police Crow
ley at San Francisco that he had in bis deten
tion the missing clergyman. This was done in
answer to the circulars which had been sent
out ail over the country. Superintendent
Small this noon telegraphed back to Chief
Crowley to detain Rev. Mr. Smith until his
brother can reach San Francisco and take him
Members of the Prudential Committee of
Pilgrim Church state that thexhurch has been,
unanimous in the confidence that their pastor
would be with them again. No successor has
been oonsidered, the pulpit having been only
temporarily filled. In explanation of Rev. Mr.
Smith's unusual conduct, it is said he had been
under great mental strain for a long time. He
bad been terribly overworked, and for several
weeks he had been drawing heavily on his
nerve reserve force. He lost his only child a
few months previously, and his grief at this
loss was renewed by arrangements to have the
body brought to Boston for interment.
Oar Summer Sale in Luce Curtain Depart
Tuont. ' ,
This is the time $8 and$10 curtains at 55,
and other remarkable good values now.
JOS. HOEtfE & COS
Penn Avenue Stores.
New Express Train to New York.
The B. & O. It. It. has added, in addition
to their two express trains," a daily; train
leaving Pittsburg at 6 J", it., arriving in
Philadelphia at .7:45 and New York 10:15
a. 2i., with Pullman palace sleeping cars
New Express Train to New York.
The B. & O. B. B. has added, in addition
to their two express trainsj a daily-train
leaving Pittsburg at C P. M., arriving in
Philadelphia at T:45 and New York 10:45
A. M., with Pullman palace sleeping cars
A HEAVY CUT
. , -or-
We Will Sell
To-day50 men's suits ip stylish light colors,
about '20 diflerent patterns, at 512. Thes'o
suits can't be produced elsewhere under
525. P.. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts.,'opp. the new
Best made, largest variety, lowest price.
Jos. Eichbahm & Co.,
48 Kith avenue.
"TTka," fancy spring patent flour, best
n the world. tx3
LEGITIME A LOSER.
to attend at Dr.
gutter he wonldn't helo him out.
"Did you ever say to Lawrence Buckley that
you wouia nate lira
Thomas Whelan, a brother of the detective,
tried to establish an alibi for his cousin. P. O.
Sullivan. He swore that Sullivan went to bed
before 9 o'clock on the night of the murder,
and that he was in the house all evening. The
witness admitted. hoWerer. that be could have
left his house without being seerf and gone to
the Carlton cottage, which is not a minute's
walk away. Then there was a sensational col
loquy between tbe witness and the Coroner. It
yshnwed that the county officer was in possession
fbf some startling evidence.
"Were you at Sullivan's house when Sul-
' livan bronght home a, sew sofaT"' asked the
1 never saw a new sofa."
"Weren't you there when Sullivan brought
In a pot of paint?"
HE ITEVEB SAW IT.
' "1 never saw Sullivan bring In a pot of paint.
X never saw anything of the kind you mention.
I'wanted the house searched, and was afraid
that something might be put there."
"What made you think that!"
"Well, the police tried to convince the wash
woman that she had washed some bloody
clothes at tbe house. Falling in this, they told
her there was money in it if she would say that
she washed bloody clothes there."
"How do you know the police said that?"
The washwoman said so. She also said that
Captain Wing made the offer to her."
Did you ever see Dan Coughlin at Sullivan's
"1 don't remember."
"Do you remember the carpet in Sullivan's
"Was it taken up on May 187"
"There was not a carpet there and never has
"Didn't you take a carpet up from the front
hall after the murder of Dr. CronlnT"
Tbe witness grew very red before this volley
of vague but sensational questions. It was evi
dent that the Coroner had heard something.
Whelan wriggled in his chair and stammered in
his answers. When he left the chair a detec
tive followed him. The rest Of the evidence
taken during the day was uninipoitant. The
inquiry will be resumed In the morning.
A CONSPIRACY PEOVEIT.
During the noon recess the jury held a con-
-sulfation with the Coroner in his office. Trie
talk lasted an honr and when it was over it had
been decided that all witnesses summoned to
testify, whose evidence wonld be but cor
roboration of what had already been offered
should be excused, the jury being in their own
minds satisfied of the truth of the principal
allegation that Dr. Cronin came to his death as
the result of a conspiracy and that sufficient
animus and motive exited to form a con
spiracy. Should any witness be on the list, the testi
mony of whom would contradict anything thus
.far. presented, it was desired that sucn wit
nesses be, of course, heard, as well as those
who would have anything new. This decision
will doubtless shorten the inquest by at least
Chief Hubbard and Luke Dillon have or
dered the arrest of a suspect who has taken
refuge In New York. His name is being kept
a secret for the present, because there is a pos
sibility of the fellow eluding the detectives
who are on his trail. The man's description
tallies exactly with one of the mysterious trio
that figured so extensively in the actual mur
der. He has restless, snapping black eyes, coal
black hair and mustache, muscular frame and
a peculiar gait while In motion.
WHT HE IS WA2TTED.
It is thought that he is the man who rontoil
the top floor at U7 South Clark street and sub
sequently purchased the cheap furniture from
A. H. BeTell & Co.. under the name ofJ.B.
Simons. Attention was first directed to him
by Luke Dillon, who remembered bim as
one or the most mischievous tools of the trio
that ruled the Clan-na-Gael in 1882. When
Mr. Dillon first heard of the mysterious Simons
and read the descriptions furnished by persons
who had business transactions with him he
thought of the tool of the denosed triumvirate.
He set on foot a careful inquiry relative to
the fellow's movements before and after the
murder of Dr. Cronin. and received such
startling information that he hastened to Chief
Hubbard to have tbe man placed under sur
veillance. This tbe Chief did, and to-day he
ordered his arrest on the charge of murder.
Longer n Donbt That Htppolyte It
Closing In on II 1m.
New Yoke, June 10. A letter from Port-au-Prince,
dated May SO, gives the following: It
is stated on good .authority that the army of
Hippolyte is within two miles of Port-au-Prince,
and there is no doubt that in a few
days the war will be ended,, with the Army of
the North tbe victors.' Legitlme's men, owing
to the lack of food and money, are deserting,
and at Grand Saline one of his Generals, Com
manding 5,000, has surrendered all his force to
Hipnplyte. The General himself fled to
Jamaica, as his life would have been In danger
in Port-au-Prince. He put himself under the
protection of the British Consul before going
to Jamaica, legitime would have followed
his example, but his Generals and Ministers
would not let him. They say he has brought
them to their present state, and he must re
main and share their fate.
It is impossible to tell when Hippolyte's
army will fall on the town and massacre every
one in it Legitime has hardly any men to
guard the place, audit will be an easy matter
to caDture it. Most of Legitime's army are ly
ing fii tbe inner harbor, being afraid that if
they venture out they will be captured by Hip
The United States steamship Ossippee, now
at St. Nicholas Mole,Hayti,has oeen ordered to
proceed to Port-au-Prlcce to observe the
state of affairs there and report to tbe depart
ment. PEESIDESTAL APPOINTMENTS.
Mr. Harrison Crentes and Fills a Largo
Number of Vacancies.
Washikqtok, June 10. The President made
tbe following appointments at a late hour this
afternoon: Thomas J. Morgan, of Rhode Isl
and, to be Commissioner of Indian Affairs,
vice John H. Oberly, resigned;' Hoyt Sherman,
Jr., of Utah, to be Receiver of Public Moneys
at Salt Lake City, Utah, vice Geo. W. Parks,
removed; Frank O.'Hobbs, of New Hampshire,
Register of the Land Office at Salt
Lake .City, Utah, vice David Webb, re
moved; Edward C. Gattry, of Pine
City, Minn., .Register of the Land Office
at Taylor's Falls, Minn., vice Lucas K. Stan
nard, term expired; William C. Wells, bf
Alabama, Register of the Land Office at
ijuntsville, Ala., vice Frank Coleman, to be
removed: Edward L. Chapman, of Great
Bend, Kan., Receiver of Public Moneys at
Learned, Kan., vice H. M. Blckel, to be re
moved J Charles D. Ford, of Colorado, Register
of the Land Office at Lamar, Col., vice Frank .
P. Arbuckle, removed.
Marriage Licenses Granted Yfcsterdny.
(Ira b. Nelly Parker City
Carrie U .Nelon Pittsburg
(JoBeph Mercy i....Duauene
I Louisa F. DeU ,..,,... .11 Lfflln township
(John F. Sanderson 3 McKcesport
i Lois J. Klrkpatricfc. Penn townihlp
I Gregory JIullIn Pittsburg
JAnna Sullivan Pittsburg
I Mox Walt Allegheny
J Dora Pfelsted MUlvale borough
(Thomas E. Finnegan Pittsburg
Little Haber Pittsburg
( Herman Metz Pittsburg
3 Pauline Koch .,. .Pittsburg
Simon Mauch t Allegheny
(Mary Benezenhoefcr Allegheny
I Mary E. Leonhird Allegheny
( John C. Harden PUUburcr
I Cally Vanklrk Lincoln townsnlp
(William Fitzgerald .'. Pittsburg
JKoseA. Kelly Pittsburg
( Edward M. Vietmelrer Allegheny
jilary A. McCann ....' Allegheny
( Franz S. Mltterlder Pittsburg
(G L. Ulosser Plttsbnrg
I Mary E. Craig Pittsburg
(C H. Harbison Allegheny
I Minnie E. Lake Sewickley
(A. J. Warden.... Sharpiburg
J Sarah B. Duncan Johnstown
iTheodore Boyer O'Hara townshlpt
(jiart t uimann .......... ....Duarp&uuiK
(GeorjreGray Turtle Creek
1 Maggie (iriifith Mifflin township
DENL1NGER McLAUGHUN-At Clear
field, Pa.. June .1SS9, Mr. W. H. DENUNgeb,
of Philipsburg, Center county, Pa., to Miss
Nan Mclaughlin, of Clearfield, Pa. 2
EVANS SHARPE Wednesday evening,
June 5. 1889, at tbe Westminster Hotel, New
York City, by Rev. Joseph O. Thomas, HaSbv
D. Evans, of Pittsburg, and ltxlis Ash
burner Sharpe, of Barrow-in-Furness, En
WATSON-WALKER On Monday even
ing, June 10, 1SS9, at the residence of the bride's
mother, No. 181 Western avenue, Allegheny
Citv, Pa-, by the Rev.' J. I. Brownsob, DAVID T.
Watson and Margaret H. Walker,
daughter of the late William Walker.
IN HOKOE OF THE BEAYE DEAD.
Laving the Corner Stone of a Monument to
the Memory of the Confederate Dead.
ISFECIAI, TILSOnAM TO THE DI6PATCH.',
Petersburg. Va., June 10. The corner
stone of the monument to be erected tp the
memory of Confederate dead in Blandford
Cemetery by tbe Petersburg Memorial Associa
tion was laid this afternoon by Blandford
'Lodge of Masons. Addresses were delivered
by Mayor Charles F. Collier and Francis R.
Lassiter, of this city, and prayer was offered
Business was generally Suspended, and there
was a parade of the-tnllitary and civic societies.
Pickett Buchanan Camp of Confederate Vet
erans of Norfolk, took part in the parade. Tbe
candles used on the occasion of the laying of
the corner stone were 100 years old. After the
stone bad been laid a salute was fired by the R.
E. Lee Battery of Artillery and the Petersburg
Grays. There was an immense crowd in at
STEWAErS SDEE STEPS.
He Once More Follows In the Footprints
of S. D. WnrmcBstle.
Mr. J. H. Stewart, the well-known cashier of
the Pennsylvania Company's freight office in
this city, lias been appointed agent of Pitts
burg station vice S. D. Warmcastle, the Coun
cilman, who has been appointed Collector, of
Internal Revenne In this district,
Mr. Warmcastle was formerly the cashier,
and. by meritorious service with the Pennsyl
vania Company, he was promoted to the office
of agent. This place was taken by Mr. Stewart,
who now steps into his shoes again. Mr.
Stewart's many friends are pleased at his ap
pointment. Mr. J. H. Herron. an emnlove of thn rmWbt
office, has been appointed to the position
vacated by Mr. Stewart.
BROWN On Sunday at 2:15 P. H., Rachael
Brown, wife of James Brown, in the 39th year
of her age.
Funeral ob Tuesdat at 2 P. it, from 43 Har
land avenue, Tenth ward, Allegheny. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
DAVIS On Monday, June 10, 18S9, at 4 P. at,
Paul Davis; aged 60 years.
Funeral from his late resideoce, Clinton row,
Thirty-third ward, on Tuesday, Uth Inst, at 2
P. M. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend.
KENNEDY On Friday, at 12 o'clock, Ed
TVAbd Kensedy, aged 62 years.
Puberal will take plats Oh Mosbay morn
ing at 9 o'clock from 213 Abearn street, city.
Friends of the family are respectfully Invited
MULLEN On Monday. Jnne 10. 1SR9. at 5-sn
P. M., Jons P. Mullen, in the 56th year of his
from his late resldance, 237 Irfrin
avenue, Allegheny, on Wednesday at 130
PRITCHARD On Saturday, Juno 8, 1889, at
220 P. M., Richabd Pmtchaed, In his 69th
Funeral from his late residence, corner
Arlington avenue and Climax street, Thirty
first ward, on Tuesday, Jnne 11, lSSa, at 2 p.
m. Friends of the -family are respectfully In
vited to attend. 3
TRAINER O i Sunday. Jnne 9, at 820 P. jr.,
Peter Trainee, Jr.. son of Elizabeth and
the late Peter Trainer, aged 1 year 8 months
and 2 weeks.
Funeral from the' residence bt George S.
Geyer, Willis street, Nunnery Hili. Twelfth
ward, Allegheny, on Tuesday, June 11. at 230
p. m. Friends or the family are respectfully
Invited to attend.
WU.KI5 On Monday. June 10, 18S9, at 435
A. Jt.. Ernest Wilke, in his 62nd year.
Funeral takes place from his late residence,
414 Fifth avenue, city, on Wednesday after
noon at 230 o'clock. FWends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend. 2
of our stock
of the 6-piece
plush or mar
was'.a great bargain earlier in the
season at 48, is now reduced to
Bargain No. 2.
8 pieces Imitation mahogany and embossed
plush, reduced from $47 60 to 35. '
Bargain No. 3.
8 pieces Imitation mahogany and brocatelle,
reduced from SIOO to 65.
Bargain No. 4.
4 pieces Imitation mahogany, best mohair
plush, and aU hair upholstery, reduced from
Bargain No. 5.
Large Parlor Arm Chairs, in every kind of
wood, and best plushes, reduced from 525 to
Bargain No. 6.
5 pieces heavily carved solid mahogany, best
silk plush and all hair upholstery, reduced
Bargain No. 7.
5 pieces larfee suite, in fnU unholsterv and
all hair, best silk plush, all large pieces, re
duced from 250 to 150.
Bargain No. 8.
6 nieces solid mahocranv .Tnrt hwt silk nlnsli
all hair upholstery, reduced from 225 to (125.
Tags showing the former and the
new prices are attached to these
and many other pieces of furniture
to be pushed off.
The heavy reductions have nfade
heavy sales in
OUR CURTAIN DEPARTMENT
but many choice patterns and bar
gains in the marked down' Lace and
Heavy Curtains still remain. The
same spirit rules in Carpets and
China Mattings, the latter as low as
$3 per roll of 40 yards.
33 FIFTH AVENUE 33
White Dress Shirts, Laundried.
The celebrated "Star" Dress Shirts at $1,
8160 and 2.
The Famous '"Pearl" Dress Shirts at SI 25.
, White P. K. Dress Shirts, for evening wear,
Unlaundried White Shirts.
White Anchor Cotton,linen band and bosom,
50c each, 'or 2 88 per half dozen.
New York Mills Muslin, linen band and
bosom, reinforced front and back, 75c. or 3 for
The "Pearl" Unlaundried Shirts-good as
ever, f 1 each, or 3 lor 2 88.
Plain White shirts at 60c, 69c 79c and SL
Fancy Night Shirts at 60c, 69c, 75c, L SI 25,
Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers at 39c, 69c,
62Jic, 75c, 1, $1 25 and SI 60. "
Qauze and Merino Shirts and Drawers at 25c,
50c, 75c, 88c, 81 and SI 60.
Pepperel Jean Drawers, buttons , and strings,
Pepperel Jean Drawers, with elastic anklets,
Schriven's Jean Drawers, with patent elastic
seam, at SL
Nainsook Jean. Drawers, feather weight at
The largest stock and best styles in the two
cities, at 50c. 75c, jL 81 50, 8 82 50. S3 25, 3 60,
Eland 81 75. 7
Gentlemen's Neck'wear Special
600 dozen Summer Scarfs. Teaks, Puffs and
Four-in-Hands, at only 6c each, or 6 for 25c
Also Full Lines of
Gentlemen's Linen Collars and Cuffs,
Gentlemen's Gloves and Hosiery,
Gentlemen's Handkerchiefs, etc
The Torrey Razors at 60c, 75c, 85c, 81 and SI 25
Joseph Rogers A Sons' Sheffield Razors at
65c 85c, 90c and 81 20 eacn
The famous Star Safetyttazors at SI 60.
Torrey's Razor Strops at 20c, 40c,50c and 81 75
Lather Brushes at 25c 35c, 50c and G8c each.
Fine Badger Hair Lather Brushes at SI 25.
China Shaving Mugs at 15c, 23c, 35c, 50c, 75c
and 81 each.
Traveling Shaving Mugs at 23c each.
Shaving Soaps and Toilet Articles
SPBLNG- AND SUMMER 1889.
Underwear and Hosiery.
Our own special hand loom made Silk, Lambs'
Wool, Merino, Balbriggan, Lisle Thread, etc
sl OXETC FoS SPRING
uUUVtS AND SUMMER.
Dfes, Promenade Driving, etc Best
makers. First-class only.
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506 and 508 Market si.,
No. 8 King Edward St.
London, E. C. NewYorl
No. 4 Rue D'Uzes. Paris office. my9-24-TTS
How They Observed Flower Dny.
Yesterday, "Children's, or Flower Day," was
observed at the Thirty-ninth Street Presby
terian Church. The edifice was beautifully
decorated with flowers supplied bv the chil
dren. The entire front of the church was a
mass of tropical plants and cut flowers. The
singing and recitations of tbe scholars were
worthy of special mention. The pastor made
a few well chosen remarks on the observance
of the day. The cut flowers were afterward
distributed among the city hospitals.
The Sonthsldo Police Mny Yet Succeed in
Closing Them Vp.
Edward Xavelle and John Scanlon, of the
Soutbslde, whose places were raided as "speak
easies" SundaV. -were held for court yesterday
by Magistrate Brokaw. Last evening Lieuten
ant Booker made an information against Mary
Halcourt, of 27 Steuben street, charging her
with selling liquor without license.
.An Enterlnlnmenl at Crnfton.
Anlnii-dooT entertainment will be given on
thegroiBdsof Mr. C.CL Craft, at Crafton, by
the ladies, of the Episcopal Church at .that
place Thursday, June 13. The grounds will be
lighted with Chinese lanterns, globes, etc Ger
ntt and Gunther's orchestra will furnish the
Te bs Ofeeied ThU Erratnir.
The sew Sonthslde'Hosnlt&l nil! ho hnnA
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BT a timely use of Ayer's Hair Vigor.
(This preparation has no equal as a
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and healthy, and preserves the color,
fullness, and beauty of the hair.
"I was rapidly becoming hald and
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bottles of Ayer's Hair Vigor my hair
grew thick and glossy and the original
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Mrs. M. A. Bailey, 9 Charles street,
" I have been using Ayer's Hair Vigor
for several years, and believe that, it ha3.
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JAMES ARCHIBALD BRO..
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.
117, 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below
Bmithfleld fit., next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages for funerals,?! Carriages for operas,
parties, 4c, at the lowest rates. All Sew car-
riages. Telephone communication. myl-11-TTS
pEPRESENTED tS PITTSBDRC IN ISCt
ASSETS - - 9J0n,69833.
Insurance Co. of Norf,h JLinericai
Losses adjusted and paid by WDLIJAM Ii
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue , ia202-D
BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA,
ISO CTJPS FOR .
MANUFACTURERS AND MERCHANTS
LNS. Co., 417 Wood street, Pittsburg, Pa.
Oapital 250,000 00
Assets Jahhary 1,1889 .". 863,743 80
Directors Chas. W, Batchelor. President;
John W. Chaltant, Vice President! A. E. W.
Painter, Robt. Lea, Mi W. VYatsort, John Wil
son, Joseph Walton, Wm. G. Park, A. M.
Brers. Jan. J. Donnell, Geo. E. Painter, John
Thompson, Wm. T. Adair, Secretary; Jas.
Little, Assistant Secretary; August Ammon,
General Agent. Ja2246-W3
TEETH, $5, $8, $10..
Gold fillings from Si up. Amalgim, 60c;
Silver, 75cj white alloy, $1.
DRS. MCCLAREN & W AUGAJf AN. Dentists,
Corner Smithfield and Fourth avenue.
WESTEB2T HfSUB'AITCE CO.
Assets , ..8148,60107
NO. 411 WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIM1CK, President.
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President.
fe22-26-TTS WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
O. D. LEVTH.Knl!iltniT.f 'Patfltita.
131 Fifth avenue, above Smithfield, next Leader
office (No delay.) Established 20 years.
It Will ray You to Visit Our
Store Tiiis Week.
As we are offering the greatest Values ever
. known bere. We warrant all our goods to be
first-class in every particular.
LADIES. Corset Covers,- 20c to $3 25;
Drawers, 25c to 175; Chemises, 25c to S3;
Gowns, 48c to $5 25; Skirts, 48c to 54 5a
MISSES. Drawers, 10c to 55c; Gowns, all at
cost; Skirts, 30c to 11; Skirts (own make), Uj
Waists, SOc to finest.
CORSETR C. P., 81 50 to S3 50: R. 4 G., SI 50
to S2 23; Ball's, 75c to SI 25; Dr. Warner's, 25;
French Woven, 50c "5c and . Si; Ventilating.
95e and tt 20: Waists, 25c to SI 60; White, drab,
black and colors.
GLOVES. Misses' Lisle Silk, 25c 35c and
60c: Reinforced Fingers, 72c and 95c; Lisle, 23c
to E0c: Ladles' Silk, 25c to SI.
EMBROIDERIES, ETC. Edgings, 7c to SOc;
Insertings,l0ctoS5c:.Flouncings, 25c to $125;
Skirtings, 22-incb, S7Kc to Jl 60; 44-lnch, 80c to
A PRONS. Plain. 25c to SI 23: Trimmed. 40c
to $2 60.
.PILLOW SHAMR-Piain. $1, $125. SI 35;
Trimmed, SI 75 to S8; Hemstitched, 84 75, 56 75,
I G, CAMPBELL fi
710 PENN AVENUE. 710
Between Seventh and Eighth sts.
, , JeK-TOTSU
TUESDAY, June 11. s
A month ' later the an
nouncement of a large lot of
dress goods at one-half and
one-third their regular price
would create a regular stam
pede. v Why doesn't it now?
Unty becailse bargain buyers
are not regdy can scarcely
realize that right in the piidst
of the season there should be
suci astonishing lew prices on
really elegant new goods.
We mean to' say that those
15,600 yards of dress goods on
'the special ijo-cejit table did not
arouse the interest yesterday
that they deserve.
We made fortunate pur
chases in them, and might have
put them on the counter at
their regular price until lie
bargain season, but preferred
to give our friends the benefit
We hope to, find the people
better prepared this morning.
1 he goods must go. "
These 50-cent goods include handsome all
wool Stripes and Plaids, fine Brocade Novel
ties, stylish Diamond Plaids, DIrectoire Side
Band Suitings, Mohair Styles, etc Not a pleCe
ever sold under 76 cents, and the majority are
actual 51 and 51 25 qualities.
Then those 25-cent Fine
Scotch Zephyrs, stripes and
Plaids, to lead the wash goods
tins week regular 50c qual
ities at 2c. New Goods,choice
patterns, superb colorings, at
, A bt of new, Challis, all
wool French goods, beautiful
new patterns, small figures,
received yesterday. Ihe col
orings are as rich as they can
' Is the Outlaok for Pittsburgh i
Clothiers, Now That
tet Annual Jnne Sii ii
HAS SWUNG FAIRLY
It is a sale of such magnitude that it would be a moral impossibility
tor any clothing firm, not doing the vast amount of business we do,, to
sell such quality goods at the prices we're naming and keep out of bank"
ruptcy. With thi3 Suit Sale of ours we knock sky-high all former
notions of Ready-made Clothing. The values we offer are so positively .
extraordinary that they'll soar far beyond the wildest dreams of the
most persistent of bargain seekers.
$14 and $15,
MEN'S FINE SUITS;
WORTH $18, $20 and $25.
YOU HAVE CHOICE- from a large and magnificent stock off
Suits, which combine every excellence of the tailor's skill and every'
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periection or me designer s genius, witn me most practical requirements.
of. fashionable and sensible dressers. These Suits are carved out inihef
very latest shapes of Sack and Frock styles and we guarantee:
that never we're such values ever offered for the money; second,
every Suit that leaves our house will fit properly; third,- that every Suitj
will give every satisfaction in wear.
Bilks are booming the summer silks especl
ally"are receiving tbe favors of the season.
India Silks need ho boosting, tout some, of our
friends will be glad to know that the Black
and Whites have been renewed. .
Those new trimmings received Saturday fine,
rich Persian trimmings that were made to seU
at SI 50 to $4 price 75c f 1 and 51 25.
Embroideries and White Flouncings of In
terest to graduates, and it's time they were all
2f and 27-Inch Hemstitch Flouncing, SOc, 75c
45-inch, 75c, 11, $1 50 up.
Beautiful lines of Edgings, insertings allov-.l
ers, etc, to match the Bouncings.
Colored Embroideries, 45 inches wide, pink
and blue, 75c (worth SI 60)1
t New Qauie Fins received to-day. The hand
somest line of fans you ever saw. Who isn't
wishing for tine Weather for commencements,
and who ever saw a complete "graduate" with
out a fan? .It's almost as much a -necessity as
the pink and blue ribbons that tie up the manu
script of her essay ott "The Art of ."
If the day is too near to make up a suit, we
have them ready to wear and guaranteed to fit
beautiful white embroidered suits that will
make a stage a very Fairyland.
And Parasols must hate one to commemor
ate the event.
Let's see. what else do you need? But your
needs are legion, and you know we can supply
you so cheaply that kind papa wiU be eladlv
surprised when the bill U presented to him. -
$8 and $10,
MEN'S ALL-WOOL SU1
WORTH $12, $13 and $15.
TALK ABOUT SACRIFICING GOODS! Why, we've slashed!
right and left into the whole of this Suit stock of ours; dissolved thel
profits from the cost and left many without a face of gain for us. These;
Suits will suggest themselves to the favor of all who have not more than
a jSio bill to spare for a suit; this means they'll be bought the moment
seen. Now workingmen if you want a good wearing, good fitting and"
stylish Suit at any one of the three above mentioned mere excuses for a
price step right in and get one. You'll be as well pleased as though J
you spent irom 10 to "15 elsewhere.
Cool Garments in Gossamer FabM
FOR THE HOT WEATHER.
PRICES WHICH WILL MAKE THE GOODS FLYlNpJ
Men's -black Summer Coats, 39c. Men's
MLLE. E. DREYER.
NO. 614 PENN. AVENUE.
IMPORTER OP FRENCH MILLINERY,
Trimmed Bonnets and round Hats.
Mourning a Specialty.
'. US. 117. 119. '2i
Federal Street, Allegheny.
fancy striped Chambray',
Coats, 48c. Men's Seersucker Coats and Vests, 65c. Men's fancy-
striped Flannel Coats and Vests, 75c. Men's better quality Seersucker;'
Coats and Vests. 80c. Men's ?ood Linen Pants. 08c. MenJs eleeant"3
fancy Coats and Vests, Si 25 and $1 50. The popular Tennis Coatsfog
fancy stripes, $1 25. Men's black Alpaca Coats and Vests, 1 73;'
Men's silk striped Flannel Coats and Vests, grand value at $3, for gi 75;!
Not to be duplicated bargains in Alpaca, Mohair, Silk Mohair, Sicilian
Pongee, Poplin, Linen, Brilliantine, Nun's Cloth, Cashmere, Serges, etc
DRAP D'ETE COATS arid VESTS FOR CLERGYMEN. -
WHITE and FANCY .DRESS VESTS,
(For stylish gentlemen) '
In a beautiful variety of entirely new patterns, single and double breasted
styles. Prices away below competition.
d?0 KrV $3 and $4,
tpi UKJ, BOYS' KNEE-PANT SUITS!
WORTH $4, $5 and $6.
$5 and $6,
BOYS' LONG-PANT SUITSi
WORTH $6, $8 and $10.
We Are Offering This Week a- Marvelous Array of Bar
gains, Such as Will Interest! and Pay Everybody to
"SUITS AJSTO WIE&.A.tFS,
The amount of business done in this department In the past week is a sure
indication that the bargains are thoroughly appreciated. The entire atock has been re
yised as to Prices this'week and new goods added at riht figures. A careful inspection
invited. Beaded Wraps at about hall the first season' prices. Cloth JacKetf, light
ft"8!??:,5.. i- T?nd nP' in a w'ety 'of'rtyles. Stockinette Jackets, colored and
black, ?3 , and $j. Handsome perfect-fittingr Jerseys in black, crdam and colored
plain, braided, smocked ana embroidered. A black Jersey as low as SiUc. Silk and
asnmere iv raps, lace-inmmea ana beaded, special styles for elderlr IhcIIm. S5. S6 and
up. Conemaras and Cape iewiriarkets, light weights, .in. great variety, at low prices.
Embroidered Cashmere Fichus. Summer Shawls. Infants' Clnnfc. miifnt4iJ niin.
all at bargain prices. See the new colored Silk Blouses, pleated and smocked. J6 up
1 7 i. ii ico S?Zi , c'v. . . .stD- la very complete nrices ana styles are
right. Stuff Suits, Silk Suits, Wash Suits jr. Ginehams, Satines, Chillis, etc.. 54. $5 and
up. -Misses' white and colored Suits. Infants' outfits complete. Ko such & magnificent
display to be seen elsewhere. '
WOOL 3DG2ESS OOOIDS. ' -
In this department the cut has still been deeper. Good, serTieeable. stylish fabrics at
10c, 12ic and 15c; were 15c to 25c. 37K goods now 25c, in stripes, plaids: mixtures and
fancy weayei. 40-inch gray miied, all-wool Serge at 25c, worth 60c. All-wool Trench
Stripes and Haids, 60c; were 75c 40-inch plain light colored Casimir and Serges at 40c:
were60c The best 40-inch Colbrtd Henriettas- at SOc e.TefcBxhSbited anywhere. Haudsonle
1,D?3,..?fUlesXor?,mb!DaUons' '7ficto 53, a yard, "Black Wool Cashmeres.-All-wool
and Silk Warp Henriettas, Serges, Nuns' Veilings; etc., at low prices.
. SamplesJSenf; on Request.
OUR WASH GOODS DEPARTMENT
Shows rare bargains in Challis, 5c, 6Jc and up. Seersuckers ad dress stvtes Ginghams, '
6c up. Satines, 7c, 8e, 10o' ahd 12)e for the best American gboas. French Satines,
22c; were 35c see them; Plaid India Linoris, efc. Scotch Ginghams, 20d ahd 25c.
!bo ne,t neglect to sei ihe hew importation of Scotch,. German opd Irish Table Linens.
We begin them at SOc, and show the best 50c Table Damask ever sold in an v market. 72
inch wide at 75c, 87)c and 51, inbeautifiil patterns. Bargains in Towels, Napkins,
Ladies plain andrancV Hose, 10c a balr up. Boiid blacks a specialty. The fast black
Children's black and. col
Gloves, stitched back, 62c; regular $1
QUalitv. Black arid Colored Silk Mitts. T,
all grades. Underwear in Gauze, Merino, Balbriggan, etc. Seasonable Weights for
Men, Ladies and Children at popular prices. '
Our Millinery fctock kept up by daily openings of Idlest styles Hats and Bonnets,
tfldweri. Ribbons, Tips, LaceS. tc., at our well-rlyion low prices.
Bargains In-Carpets, Bngs, Mats and Oil Cloths. . Bargains in Parasols and Silk
Umbrellas. Bargains in Lace and heavy Curtains. Bargains In black ahd colored Silks.
these are among the great specialties we're offering at thisjj
Suit Sale and Mothers wouldn't ordinarily object to pay anywhere
30 to 40 per cent more than we now ask. The only trouble with Mtitfi;
ers will be that we have so very many choice suits at prices nainet
above that they'll be puzzled to choose which they like best But righi
here come in our gentlemanly salesmen with polite suggestions and tHaj
best of advice'j given in the interest of the customer, so after all
patrons go away delighted and happy. Why not you be one of the de
lighted and happy ones?
at 25c are unequalled for the money, and jnst as fast as those at 76c. Boys', Misses' and
coiorea nose in enaiess variety. &. bargain in two-button Kid
62Uc: regular SI ond. A fire-tinnlr nl ITM at 1 in SI nn
Black arid Colored Silk Mitts. Lisle and Silk Gloves for Ladies and Misses;
Orders Trpmptly 'Attended To
' ' WHAT A GREAT PITY IT IS
That we haven't' space at our disposal to speak of our
GLORIOUS BARGAINS in STR AWHATSJ
EOE MEN, FOB BOYS and FOE CHILDREN;
y Or to give particulars of the
Grand Bargains in Furnishings and Footwean
We'll treat of these, however, 'nother day.
A Baseball ticket, good for any Championship Game played
Recreation Park this aeason, given free with every Man's. Or Ydutliis
Suit to the amount of $10 or upward.
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