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Gen. Hastings Issues Orders
HIS CORPS OF WORKERS.
Two General Depot' for Storei Eleven
gnb-Distrlcti Established for the Dis.
v" trlbmion of Supplies The Ofieera Who
Ate to Have Cbarce of the Various De
parnnenti What Their Duties Wilt Be.
tFK0K X STXTT COEKXRFOJTDEKT.l
Johjtstowx, June 11. General Hast
ings consulted with General J. B. Scott ana
other representatives of the Chamber of
Commerce to-day. It has been arranged
that they will stay with him for a time, and
"William Flinn will also be here to give the
benefit of his experience to the Genera, who
will endeavor to contract with him for a
portion of the work. As a result of the
conference General Hastings to-night Had
posted the following announcement of the
general organization as it will exist begin
ning with to-morrow morning:
Chiefs of Operations, Johnstown General
D. H. Hastings, Adjutant General of Pennsyl
vania; Colonel Thomas J. Hudson, Chief of
Artillery, N. G. P.; Lieutenant Colonel William
J. Elliott, Acting Inspector General, if. G. P.
Department of Public Safety Brigadier Gen
eral Wiley, Second Brigade; Major Samuel
.Major W. W. Greenland, Quartermaster. Sec
ond Brigade; Malor Frank K. Patterson, In
spector, Second Brigade: Major Wilson F.
Braden, Judge Advocate, Second Brigade; Cap
tain George C. Hamilton, Aide de Catnp, Sec
ond Brigade: Captain James H. Murdock, Aide
de CampSecond Brigade.
.JQuartermaster's Department Colonel S. W.
Hill, Quartermaster General of Pennsylvania;
lieutenant General Thomas Patton, Assistant
Quartermaster General of Pennsylvania.
Commissary Department Colonel J. Gran
ville' Leach, Commissary General of Pennsyl
vania; lieutenant Colonel J. S. Spangler, As
sistant Commissary General of Pennsylvania;
Captain J. A. Loehr, of the Tenth; Lieutenant
W. H. Bean. Second United States Cavalry;
Lieutenant J. P. Albro, of the Thirteenth;
Lieutenant Charles E. Brown, of the Eight
eenth. Bureau of Information Colonel John L
Bogers. Judge Advocate General of Pennsyl
vania: Lieutenant Colonel Henry B. Parson,
Aide de Camp to the Governor.
Accounting Department Lieutenant Colo
nel J. H. Gray, Aide de Camp of the Gover
Surgeon General's Department Major J. B.
Silliman. Surgeon, Second Brigade, National
Guard of Pennsylvania.
Ofucen nt tbe Supply Stations.
It has also been arranged that when Gen
eral Hastings takes charge of Johnstown
the Pennsylvania and Baltimore and Ohio
freight stations will be the general depots
for supplies, which will beissued from them
to 11 stations in the afflicted district. Each
of these 11 stations will be in charge of a
lieutenant and a sergeant. The general
depots will also be -district depots lor those
in their immediate vicinities. When the
State begins the purchase of supplies, as it
is now seen that it must do sooner or later,
they will be purchased by the Commissary
General and placed in the hands of Major
Spangler, acting Commissary General.
. Lieutenant Bean, of the United States
regular army, who had been detailed to in
spect the summer encampment of the Na
tional Guard, and who offered his services
for duty here, will have charge of the ac
counts of the Commissary General. Colonel
Oct, clerk of the Military Board, who ar
rived h'ere to-day from Harrisburg with two
dirks from the Adjutant General'roffice,
will have charge of the
Acconnt of the Distribution
of supplies, and his accounts and those of
the Commissary General must balance.
Major Spangler will be assisted by Quarter
master Albro, of the Thirteenth Biment,
and Quartermaster Brown, of the Eighteenth.
The general supply depot at the Pennsyl
vania freight station will be known as Post
Commissary No. L Major Horn will be in
charge of it. Major Singer will be in charge
of Post Commissary No. 2, at the Baltimore
and Ohio depot. Under Major Horn there
will be seven district supply stations where
relief will be given direct to the people, as
District Nos. 1 and 2, city, Major Mercer;
District No. 3, Prospect Hill and Millville,
Lieutenant Richardson, Quartermaster of the
Ninth Regiment; District No. 4. "Woodrale,
Lieutenant Selden, of the Sixteenth: District
No. 5, East Conemaugh, Lieutenant Koons, of
the First; District No. 6, Franklin borough,
Lieutenant Meram, of tbe Ninth:District No. 7,
South Fork, Lieutenant Cox, of the Third.
Under Major Singer will be the remain
ing districts, officered as follows:
District Nc. 8, Johnstown borongh, Lieuten
ant Baker, of the Sixth; District No. 9, Kern
vflle and Grubbtown, Major Curtis, of the
staff; District No. 10, Conemaugh. borough.
Lieutenant Williams, Fifth Begiment; District
No. 11, Cooperdalc, Lieutenant Nichols, of the
EIS1NG OUT OP THE EUINS.
Ths Cambria Iron Company Expects to be
Kunnlng Fall In a Few Weeks.
1FXOX A STAFF COEEESFOKDEXT.3
Johnstown, June 1L The Cambria
works employ at present about 200 men, and
more will be put at work every day. The
departments in which work is now being
done are the machine shop, blacksmith
shops, roof shop, boiler shop, rollturning
shop and pattern making shop. General
Manager Fulton says all departments, em
ploying about 5,000 men, will be running
full by the end of the month. The railroad
embankment broke the lorce of the flood at
the lower works, and the blast furnaces are
uninjured, while the steel works are almost
ready to be opened to-morrow.- The bloom
ing mill is ready to run at any time the
works can be given railroad connections.
A temporary connection has been estab
lished with the Pennsylvania Baiiroad,near
the passenger station, and in the next few
days the works will have connection with
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
' The Cambria Company will hand over
for the nse of the Gautier department three
rolling rails, with a large amount of room
for the shaping machines to continue their
work, the manufacture of wire, agricultural
implements and cold-rolled steels, as well as
a variety of products in these lines. Mr.
Stackbonse, Vice President oi the Cambria,
says there has been no decision concerning
the exact location of the Cautier Works, or
the time of rebuilding, but there is no ques
tion whatever tha tbe works will Be rebuilt.
THE WATE SUPPLY GOOD.
Most ef tbe Boronlis Furnished From Fare
( BIoBBtsUa Sprint;..
17T.OM X STJUrr COIlEESrOfrDENT,:
JoHirsTOvnT, June 11. A brauch officer
of the State-Board oi Health, In charge or
State Inspector Free trill be established at
Cambria Cjty to-morrow morning. Drs.
Lee, Free and Probst went down the Cone- I
mangh Valley for a short distance to-day to I
- examine the water supply. Morrellville J
and the towns la the neighborhood are sup
plied from the St. Clair reservoir. Br.
Free says the water is pure and from the
Dr. Porch, the inspector a Cambria City,
reports, after a careful examination of the
town, no sickness outside of a few cases oi
measles, tonsilltis and bronchitis, conse
quent from the exposure. The people are
cleaning the streets and getting the mud
out of their cellars very rapidly. At Mor
rellville all the fire wood is being burned.
The State board has ordered all boards and
other lumber suitable lor fences and build
ing purposes to be picked out and piled up
as soon as possible, or it will be promptly
Dr. Johnson, from Ninevah, reported
that the Conemaugh Valley in that neigh
borhood has been cleaned up. Parties are
still out searching for dead bodies. The
hospital at Morrellville was closed np to
night for lack ot patients. Two patients
died there from pneumonia. Iskael.
A HUNGERING FOE OBPHANS.
More People Willing: to Adopt Children Than
Can be Accommodated.
Johnstown, June 11. There is a
hungering for orphans that cannot be satis
fied. The city was thoroughly canvassed
to-day, but with little success.
A number of letters containing consider
able money to defray expenses of the chil
dren cannot be satisfactorily answered, as
the orphans are not to be found.
Faro Rye Whisky.
XXX 1852, Private Stock ?2 00
XXX 1870, Choice Old Cabinet. 1 50
Choice Old Gibson N.. 2 00
1879 Gibson 1 50
Guckenheimer Lubling...... , 1 75
Guckenhelmer Pure Rye.t..,. 1 00
Large's OldBye 1 50
Superior Y, Overholt 125
XXXXOld Monongahela 4. 1 OO
Full quarts, case or gallon.
"War. j. Fbiday, 633 Smithfield Street.
Imperial Amontillado Sherry,
quarts $3 00
1828. Imported Brown Sherry, full
quarts 3 00
Pemartin Sherrv, full quarts. 2,00
Choice Old Brown Sherry, full quarts. 2'O0
Harmonv Sherry, full quarts 1 50
Fine Old Topaz Sherry, lull quarts.... 1 00
For sale by G. "W. Schmidt, S5 and 97
White linen blouse waists for boys, 3 to
6-year sizes; Fauutleroy blouse waists for
firls; flannel kilt skirts, blue and, gray, for
oys, 3 to 5-year sizes.
Jos. Hobke & Co. 'a
Penn Avenue Stores.
Schlitz' Milwaukee, Pilsner, extra pale
and extra stout in cases of 2 dozen quarts
and 3 dozen pints; liberal allowance for
empties; also, the same beers in casks of 6
dozen quarts and 10 dozen pints.
SCHUETZ, BENZIERAUSEN & CO.,
100 and 102 Market st, cor. First ave.
Imported and Domestic
Mineral waters, Apollinaris, Taunus,
tona, ueyser, Saratoga, vicny, congress,
Hatborn, Buffalo, Lithia water. Pints,
quarts, case or dozen.
"Wm. J. Fbiday, 633 Smithfield street.
Finest French Amazon Cloths, 34 Inches
Especially adapted for ladies' riding habits,
iu our dress goods department
Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Pehn Avenue Stores.
Jeesets "We call special attention to
the elegant line of jersevs we are now show
ing, nil the latest stripes and colors, plain,
pleated, smocked and vest trimmed; prices
from f 1 50 upward each: '
srwFSn Htjous & Hacke.
Over 200 varieties of Imported Key
West and Domestic Cigars from $2 to 540
per 100. G. W. Schmidt,
Nos. 95 and 97 Fifth Ave
Caution! Don't BnvTIcketi
Entitling you to a dozen cab. photos and a
large picture for a certain price, but go to
Pearson, the reliable photographer, who
will give you more for your money than any
of those tickets will entitle you to. Don t
be taken in; but go where you are sure of
getting the value of your money.
Ladles' Salt Farlor.
Commencement suits in India silk, mull,
mohair and lansdown. Make vour selection
early. Pabcels & Jones,
WF 29 Fifth ave., second floor.
It is now, during the hot spell, that we
think of furnishing our homes to be cool
and inviting. Chairs, rockers and settees
maae especially ior tne summer trade now
on exhibition. P. C. Schoeneck,
suw 711 Liberty street.
Taken Saturday, June 1, showing flood at
height. JOS. Eichbaum & Co ,
48 Filth avenue.
Bemnant Day Attend our remnant
sales on Friday for a bargain.
MWFSU HUGTJS & HACKE.
A Good Appetite is essential to good health;
bnt at this season the blood may be impure,
that tired feeling predominant and the appe
tite lost. Hood's Sarsapaiilla is a wonderful
medicine for creating an appetite, toning the
digestion and giving strength to the nerves
and health to the whole system.
Be Sure to Get Hood's Sarsaparilla. Sold by
all druggists. Prepared only by C. L HOOD 4
CO., Apothecaries. Lowell, Mass.
.WHEN YOU ORDER,
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
Attttnpts are .frequently made to
palm off inferior Waters bearing
labels closely resembling the genuine
Bottles bearing the genuine AfoUi
naris labels are,, frequently JfleJ
with a spurious article,
LOOK AT-THE CORK,
which, if genuine, isbrandcd with
the name of the Apollinaris Com
pany, Limited, and the words "Apol
linaris Brunnen " around an anchor.
Anheuser-Busch St Louis, Bndweiser and
Anheuser beer in cases of 2 dozen quarts and
i dozen pints; liberal allowance for empties;
also, the same beers in casks of 6 dozen
quarts and 10 dozen pints.
8CHUETZ, RENZIEIIACSEX & CO.,
100 and 102 Market si, cor. First are.
New Express Train to New York.
The B. & O. B. B. has added, in addition
to their two express trains, a daily train
leaving Pittsburg at 6 r. it., arriving in
Philadelphia at 7:45 and New York 10.45
a. m., with Pullman palace sleeping can
Don't pay agents 25 cents for a ticket en
titling you to a dozen cab. photographs for
a certain price, but go direot to Pearson, the.
reliable photographer, and you can get a
dozen cab. photos of better quality and for
less money. Remember, don't buy any
For summer furnishing. Special patterns
adapted for the hot season. Host suitable
goods for campmeetings, lawn fetes and ex
cursion parties. P. C. Schoeneck,
suw 711 Libertv street.
Smoke the best. La Perla delFumar
clear Havana Key West Cigars. Sold 3 for
25c bv G. "W. Schmidt,Nos. 95 and 97 Fifth
English Checks 42-in. wide all-wool
English suitings that have been selling at
$1 now 50c a yd. Hrjous & Hacks.
MnrrUre Licenses Granted Yesterday.
J Thomas Joyce Pittsburg
alary Lynch Pittsburg
(Robert E. Crothers Allegheny
1 Agnes Ooclyan Allegheny
(john Bruce Pittsburg
I Margaret Beatty Pittsburg
( John F. Brocter Pittsburg
(Sophia Brelck Pittsburg
JBavldW. HU1 McKeesport
JUdlaJ. Ludwlck McKeesport
( Samuel McCrea.,
(John J. Stadleman Pittsburg
I Mary M. Merkle Pittsburg
( Ferdinand Lombard! Walker's Mill
I Maria Antonia scioccnera
5 James Cutlerall....
t r.mnn iicuouon..
(Lester Magnaw... .....Pittsburg
Millie Wood Pittsburg
(John Haredon OonltersTllle
I Anna McCatilll. Alperrtile
(James Splnks Btowe township
1 Sarah McDonald Stowe township
Henrietta Lowenthal Plttsburr
Thomas Whltloek BewicKIev
Mat tie fate Sewicklev
I Andrew Schlll Allegheny
I Flora Bcblclcb ..Allegheny
(B. F. Blekell Mansfield
(Mary M. Porter -Idlewood
(Lawrence Goodlet McKeesport
(Mary J. Huttonfreyers McKeesport
( Patrick Donnelly Pittsburg
Kate Callahan PltUburg
( Henry McManus .....Pittsburg
Isabella Hill ritlsburg
SPENCER HHiANDS At the residence of
the bride's mother, Emsworth, Pa., June:il,
1889, by Rev. H. C. Ferguson, Robert McD.
Spettceb and Etizabstk HtlaNDS.
DENLINGER MCLAUGHLIN At Clear
field, Pa June 4, 1ES9, Mr. W. H. Denunoeb,
of Fhilipsburg, Center county, Pa., to Miss
Nan McLaughlin, of Clearfield, Pa. 2
BRTJBAKER On Tuesday, JuneU, at 730
a. ii., Mrs. Lizzie M. Brtjbakeb, daughter
of Jos. and Eliza Irwin, aged 24 years.
Funeral from residence of parents, corner
of Erin and Webster avenue, on Thursday;
at 220 r,H. Friends of the family are respect
fully Invited to attend.
Kansas City papers please c opy.
COLL June 11, 1889, John Coll, aged 40
years, son of Charles Coll, Sr.
Funeral TmmsDAV, June 13, from his late
residence, 613 McDonald street, East End, at 9
A. if. Friends of the family invited to attend.
CUNNINGHAM At ber residence. No. 3
Frazier street, Allegheny, on Tuesday evening,
Juno 11, 1SS9, Mrs. Sakah Cunninohak,
mother of Charles R. Cunningham, aged 9
Notice ot funeral In evening papers.
Beaver papers please copy.
DAVIS Monday, Jane 10, at 4 P. 2L, PAUL
Davis, aged 60 years.
Funeral from his late residence, Clinton
Row," Thirty-third ward, Wednesday, June
12, at 2 p.m. Friends of the family are respect
folly Invited to attend.
FARLEY On Tuesday. June U, 1S89. at 5:30
p. M at his father's residence. Emsworth. Pa..
Oliveb Herbert Farley, only son of James
P. and Amanda Farley, aged 33 years.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
MULLEN On Monday, June 10, 1889. at 250
p. M., John F. Mullen, in the 56th year of his
Funeral from his late residence, 237 Irwin
avenue, Allegheny, on Wednesday at 130
MAGUIRE On Tuesday June 11, IBS), at
ISO p. m., Bridget, wife of Francis Maguire,
aged 55 years.
Funeral from her late residence, 55 Washing
ton street, Pittsburg, on Thursday at 8:30
A. M. Friends of.the family are respectfully
invited to attend.
RUDOLPH At her residence, Nc 43 Sum
mit avenue. Allegheny Citv. at 12:45 p. M.. Mrs.
Maggie E. Rudolph.
Funeral services will take place from tbe
residence of her mother. No. 27 Troy Hill road.
Allegheny City, on Thursday afternoon at
2 o'clock, Interment private at a later hour.
SLAUGHTERBECK At Green Garden,
Pa., on June 11, 9:15 a. k., John Slaughter-''
beck, late of Allegheny City, father of J. M.
and V. C. Slanghterbeck, in the 79th year of
Funeral at North Avenue Methodist Episco
pal Church at 4 o'clock p. m. on Wednesday,
June 12, Friends of the family respectfully in
vited to attend.
SHIDLE-At Atlantic City, N. J., June U, at
ISO P. M., GERTEB C. SHIDLS.
Notice of funeral bereafter.
WILKE On Monday. June 10, I8S9. at 435
A. si., Ernest Wilke, in bis 62nd year.
Funeral takes place from his late residence,
414 Fifth avenue, city, on Wednesday after
noon at 230 o'clock. Friends of the family are
respectfully Invited to atte nd. 2
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Urn.,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1131 Penn avenue. Tele,
phpne connection. roylO-tSJ-Mwrsu
JAMES M. FTJLLERTON,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. a Seventh Stbbet.
Trr H.DEYUBE 4 bom,
Undertakers and Eronalmers ana Idverr Staales,
No. S12 Grant street, near FlflU avenue?
At tbe old stand fins carriages lor shopping-or
parties or opens ut most reasons. Die prices.
PHOIQE CUT FLOWERS AND SMILAX
A. JIT. A J. B, MURDOCH,
H-i a SMITHFIELD ST.
01U Telephone 43. HeB-ti-xwr
JOHN B. & A. MUBDOOH.
Telephone 238. 08 SmrifFiEiD bt.
-pEPRESENTEU IK PITTHBUBQ Of ISO.
ASSETS - . WT71,(S9as3.
Insurance Co, of North America.
flosses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 64 Fourth avenue. ia20-s3.p
HE AMERICAN FIRE
Total Assets, January J, 18S7....,,fS,S01,85a 68
EDWABDS C KENNEY, Ag'fr.
no FOURTH AVE., Pittsburg, Fa.
Telephone 760. ial!W0-w
JCKW ADVERTISEMENTS NEW ABYERTISEHENTS. j .- rwtVA.gTMTigMMstrara.-, u. KKW iDYXRTlSEMESTS, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ,
We have some beautiful pieces in Genuine
Bronze which are well worthy the attention ot
lovers of fine art. We would be much pleased
to have you call and see them at our
NEW JEWELRY STORE,
37 FIFTH AVENUE,
WATTLES & SHEIFER.
Sign of Big Clock on Sidewalk.
We will close our store at 6 p. M., except
Saturdays, until September 1. jelO-anvr
This immensakstock of
of J. R. ANDERSON'S, purchased from the
Sheriff for Spot tiash, is your opportunity to
ii mi Lwiimnii
138 Federal St, Allegheny, Pa.
At $2, $3 and $4 you can buy better ones.
Our assortment consists of all grades.
Special lines of
For Summer Furnishing.
P. C. Schoeneck,
We don't make a habit of saying
much in our ads about our Millin
ery department, as we are usually
so rushed and overrun with orders
that we have had about all that can
be well attended to, though of
course we never turn anyone away,
but welcome all who come, and
solicit those who do not patronize
us in this line to do so, as we will
spare no effort to do our best to
please in every particular those who
do us the favor to visit this depart
ment of our store. Those who do
their own trimming will find a
large stock of Untrimmed Hats
and bonnets in Toques, Sailors,
Walking, Turbans, fancy shapes,
Leghorn and other styles of Straw
Also the most beautiful assort
ment of Buds, Blossoms, Flowers,
Grasses, lubbons, Bands, Velvets,
In Trimmed Goods we are mak
ing a specialty of Toque Hats at
from $s to gxoj Net Hats, $ia to
$20" Sailor Hats, trimmed with
Tennis Ribbon, $1 75 "to 4,' Walk
ing Hats, 5 to $2Q Fancy and
Flain btraw .bonnets, 5 to 12;
Turbans, $6 to $15, in Milan and
fancy straws, Thjs applies tp goods
trimmed and in stock, as well as to
orders to be taken for special styles
to match costumes, etc
In Bonnet Ribbons we are offer
ing some special bargains, several
lots at less than half price, and in
Sash Ribbons the. best values we
have ever known of. Look at the
$1 25 Sash Ribbons.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH 4TENXTE.
PHOTOGRAPHER. 18 SIXTH STREET.
. A one, large crayon portrait J SO; sea thea
uuern orut'uuK immwiiBro,
12 50 per
anion, jr.nu.aurj. V
400 and 408 Wood St BjiJSk OEIvMI I MLlvO 1
NEW SACRIFICES. SsKtSPaMsssMiBBm 31
Ladles and Gents' Tr&TeUng Bags. !lw H A WM --. -.. . 3D
ittl Kfl HBHLsH f I Tl Wm I I fl ill if Ml
10-tn. club bag only 75c
H-ln. club bag only tL
12-ln. elulrbag only SI 21
IWn. Gladstone bag only 1 25.
lS4n. Gladstone bag only $1 59.
18-in. Gladstone bag only SI' 50.
20-in. Gladstone bag only tl 69.
2B-ln. Gladstone bag only tl 89.
21-in. Gladstone bag only S2.
Gents' black rubber cloth bags only 50c
Ladles' handbags, 50c to tL
DOLLS, DOLLS, DOLLS.
China limb dolls only 5c.
Large wax dolls only 10c
Jointed dolls, bisgue heads, flowing Hair, 19c.
Large patent head dolls, with hair, only 25c
Kid body doll, bisque head, shoes and stock
Inn, only 50c
Beautifully dressed dolls, 25c to $2 50.
VASES, VASES. VASES.
Beautiful vases only 5c
Satin vases only 10c
Satin vases, large, 25c, 89c 60c
Wine sets in blue and amber only 50c
Bronze lava statues, 81 to S3 75.
BABY CARRIAGES, BABY CARRIAGES.
Baby carriages from S3 to $25,
100 uoz. silver-plated dinner knives, lOo each.
80 doz. silver-plated forks only 10c each.
90 doz. silver-plated table spoons only 10c each.
Painted bird cages, 60c, 95c and tl.
Brass bird cages, square, 75c &9c J1 ani 51 25
Large breeding cages, tl 25 and tl 50.
Feather dusters, 10c to 63c
12-piece toilet sot, with jar, only St
10-nIeca toilet set nnlvi2 2S.
Puts pomade, sold evsrywbere at 10c, only 6c
Howell's Ammonia Water, only 7c
Headquarters for bousef nrnlshlni
thousands of articles on our 5c and ll
Call and.examlne our stock.
H. G. HAYDEN &. CO.
Sure of Its Value.
Have a care of Clothing
that hasn't some stability in
When it turns up in the
stores with a big hurrah, and
goes down from price to
price, price to price, look for
the cause in the , cloth, or
work, or style. These are the
things that give Clothing
We believe you're better
served when we make Cloth
ing that is dependable, and
the price as low as we can
afford, and you're sure of
getting a good, long service
for your money.
On odd lots to be closed
out our prices are lower.
Thin goods': full supply;
Tailoring, to order the
best; i.ooo styles of goods.
SMh street and Penn avenue.
as CALLED TO
. LARGE STOCK OF
If you want anything in
this line, at a price that rep
resents a big saving to you,
Cash and Credit House,
923 and 925 Penn Ave.,
Near Ninth Street.
ISTOpen Saturday nights till 10 ccldck.
WM. SEWUf -
TT1,""1 I ' K, A
The amount of business done in this department iq the past week is a sure
indication that the bargains are thoroughly Appnwated. .The entire stock has been re
vised as to prices this week and new goods added at right figures. A careful inspection
invited. Beaded Wraps at about halt thp first season's prices. Cloth Jackets, light
weights, 51 25, 8160 and up. in a variety qf style;. Stockinette Jackets, colqred and
blapk, 3, $4 and $5. Handsome perfect-fitting Jepieys in black, cream and colored
Plain, braided, smocked and embroidered, A black Jersey as low as 37Kc Silk and
Cashmere Wraps, lace-trimmed and beaded, special styles for elderly ladles, 15, $9 and
up, Oonemaras an4 Cape Newmarkets, light weights, in great variety, at low prices.
Embroidered Cashmere JTiobus, Summer Shawls, Infants- Cloaks, embroidered and plain,
ail at bargain prices. See the new colored ejik Blouses, pleated and snwked, ffi up
very desirable and ready sellers. Our Suit 6to?k is very xjompjete prices and styles are
right. Stuff Suits, Silk Suits, Wash Suits in Ginehams, t3atines, Challis, etc,, $4, go and
up, Misses' white and colored Suits. Infants' outfits comjilete, No such a magnificent
.display to be wen -elsewhere.
-wool hd:r,:t3S3 aooDS.
In this department the out has still been deeper. Good, serviceable, stylish fabrics at
lOo, 12e and 15c; were 15c to 25c 3TJf goods new ?5o, in stripes, plaids, mixtures and
fancy weaves. 40-inch gray mixed, all-wool Serge at 25c, woithBOo. All-wool ffrencn
Stripes and Plaids, 50c; were 75c. 40-inch pla in, Tight colored Cjvsimir and Serges at 40c;
were 60c The best 40-inch Colored Henriettas atSOoever exhibit d anywhere. Handsome
lpesof novelties for combinations, 75o to t
ana WIK Warp Henriettas, Barges, anps" v filings, etc., at jow prices.
ARE AT A
They will est present buy consid
erably more t&an 100 cents' worth
from us. because we have reduced
the prices of a large number of
suits of whioh we have only a few
sizes left. They are this season's
goods, choice patterns and well
made, and all we urge is an early
inspection, Men'sr Cftxtaway Suits
now $9, 810 60, 011, 813 50 and
$15. Men's Sack Suits at $8, $9,
$10, $12 and $13 60. Boys' Suits,
sizes from 13 to 18 years, at $4,
$5 75, 86 60, 87 BO and $10,
and Kilt Suits in two-piece styles
at $2 75, $3, $3 50, $4 and $4 50.
Our assortment of Hat? is in every
respect complete. The prices low.
Tailors, Clotta anil Hatters,
161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny.
(Above Trade Mark Is on our windows.)
IS MY OLD UMBRELLA
The abore Important question naturally
arises now that the spring rains are here.
We can answer YES to this, on acconnt of
baTinc already proved It to tbe satisfaction of
thonsands who hare profited by our RE-COVERING
and REPAIRING of their otherwise
TIME THE QUICKEST on account of do
ing the work on the premises. While you
wait, for repair work. One day for re-coTering.
PRICES THE LOWEST on account of be
ing the original manufacturers.
44f WOOD STREET. "
Five Doors from Fifth avenue; ie3.srwT
Is here. You will need curtains renovated and
carpets cleaned. There is but one place wbera
you can get them done in the best manner pos.
Sible, and that Is at
ALLEGHENY STEAM LAUNDRY,
Offices In Pittsburg, fl3Sm!thfleId street, 1913
Carson street, and 100 Federal street, Allegbe
y. Works, 353-869 Beaver aTenu?, Allegheny
Telephone 1251. mhZfrwwy
Mine, KelloE'5 Frencli Tailor System
of dress cutting. ' The only system in America
that cuts tbe Worth bias dart. It consists
of a tailor's wooden square, wooden dart and
sieeve ruio ana sqaies, tne same as uesi moron
ant tailor use, and a 40-paeo instruction bosk.
System and tborongh instruction In cutting
and bnstine. S10.
Call for circulars or address
ii. A. DAVIS, 4 Penn ave.
We Are Offering This Week a Marvelous Array of Bar-
gains, Such as. Will Interest and Pay Everybody to
a ya.rd Blaok. Wool Cashmeres, AH-wpol
Samples Sent! on Bequest. Orders. Promptly A.ttonled. To.
167 andl69iEEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY, PA.
MELD2?ESDA.Y, JUIfE 12.
For Confirmation and Gradu
Hisses' Corsets at 44c, 50c, 75c and $L 25.
Hisses' Cloaks at 1 75. S3 25. 83 50. S3.
-Misses' Jerseys at SI, 1 25, 51 50, $1 75,
Misses' Blouses at 69e, SI, SI 25. SI 50,
Misses' Aprons .at 25c, 35e..40e, 45c, 60c,
55c, 63c, 69c, 75c, 85e, Wo, 51, 51 50, 52.
Misses Muslin Chemises at 25c, 31c, 35e,
39c, 45c, 50c, 59c, 63c
Misses' Muslin Drawers at 17c, 20c, 25c,
28c, 31c. 55c, 38c, 45c, 50c
Misses Muslin 2TihtgOTrns at25e,38c,
50c, 63c 75c 89c, 98c, 51 25. '
Misses Trimmed Hats at 52 50, S3, S4, 55,
Misses School Hats st25c, 50c, 51.
Misses' Parasols at 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, 85c,
51, SI 35.
Misses' Kid Glores at 63c, 75c, 61.
Misses' Lisle Glores at 25c, 35e,38c.
Misses' Bilk Gloves at 50c
Misses' Hosiery from 10a to SI 50 a pair.
Misses Vests Irora 12o to Sfreach.
Misses' Xiinen Collars from 10c up to
$2 25. r
Misses' Xinen C ufis from 12c np to 25c
Misses' Silk Windsors irom 12cnpto
Misses' HandkerehieXs from 3c np to 25c
usses- j-oesetDooJts ana Jnrses from 5c
np to 2 SO.
Hisses Satchels from 45e np to 53 50.
M.'isses' Belts at 25c, 50e and 63c
Misses' Fans from 5c up to 55.
Mis' Mnll Ties from 12c np to 81 10.
Fleishman & Go's.
SEW DEPAETMMT STOBES,
504,506 and 508 Market st,
LADIEPJBEFORK GOING TO THE SEA
SHORE call and see my new natural curl
skeleton Dings: something delightful, cool and
stylish; also full line -dr new coods; electric
combs, hairpins, curling- irons, etc. MARIE
LANDERS, Hugos & Kacke bnilding.upstalrs.
Take Sperber's elevator. Je9-wsu
When Making Tour Purchase -and :"by-Dcjng So
You Will Save Money.
This can only be dona by ourchasing of a good, reliable firm, and we have that
reputation. Having it, we are bound to keep it. Our prices are the lowest and all
our goods are recommended. So it will pay you well to deal with us.
NOW IS YOUE TIME TO BUY,
As there is but very little time now left before the busy season starts. Come novr
and make your selections. By paying a small amount down, you know that we will
pack the goods and store them for you without it costing you a cent Besides that,
you now have the choice of all the newest and best patterns and designs in the
house, and it is full of them. Hurry, now, and get the attention paid you thatcaa
not be given when we have become "busy.
Lovely Hew Farlor Suits. ,
Elegant New Bedroom Suits.
JXew Carpets. Jfeta Bugs. ,
2Tetu Druggets. New Goods.
Everything new, from the highest tothe lowest, and don't forget that anythia
In our house can be bought either for
CASH OR VERY EASY PAYMENTS.
HOPPER BROS. & CO.,
307 WOOD STREET, BET. THIRD AND FOURTH AVES.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE "HEW HIGH ARM" DAVIS SEWING MACHINE.
Passenger Elevator. Open, aturtliiys TJntU 10ooloolc
OUR WASH GOODS
Shows rare bargains in Challis, 5c, Gjc and np.
Satines. 7c. 8c. 10c and 12 Kc for
22c; were 35o-see them. Plaid India Liuons,
Do not neglect to see the new importation of Scotch, German and Irish Table Linens,
We begin them at 20c, and show the best 50p Table Damask ever sold in any market. T2
inch wide af 75c, 87Jfo and fl, in beautiful patterns. Bargains in Towels, Napkin,
IHIOSXEJKir A3SFD GUiOVvEE
Ladies plain and fancy Hose, 10c a pair up. Solid blacks a specialty. The fast blaek
at 25c are "unequalled for the money, and just as fast as those at 75c- Boys', Misses' and
Children's black and colored Hose in endless variety. A bargain In tiro-button Kid
Gloves, stitched back, C2Uc; regular $1 goods. A five-hook real Kid at tl are SI 50)
quality. Black and Colored SUk Mitts, Lisle and Bilk Gloves Jpr Ladies and Misses;
all grades, Underwear n Gauze, Merino, Balbrlggan, etc. Seasonable weights fe
Men, Ladies and Children at popular prices. -
Our Millinery stock kept up by daily openings of latest styles Hats and Bonnets,
flowers, Bibbons, Tips, Laces, etc., at our well-known low prices.
Bargains in Carpets, Bugs, Mats and Oil Cloths. Bargains in Parasols and Silk. ,
Umbrellas. Bargains, in Lave and heavy Curtains. Bargains in black and colored Bilks,
Expectations More Than Realized
Quick Answers to Our Truth
ful Advertisements Grand
Continuation of Our Great
Forced Sale, Begun So Aus
piciously Last Week.
latcliless Millinery at InejUi
Late as the season is,-you'll find no dwindled
stock to select from bere. We're doing some
thing that would gire other milliners a fright,
We'ro inventing new styles and makincuB
fresh supplies. We know weTl need them. As
fast as buyers carry Hats and Bonnets oft the
workrooms still turn In new.
Hat styles you have been looking for and
missed seeing until now. You'll hear of fine
Lace Hats every whipstitch of other milliners
advertising. Here jou'll find the Lace Hats in
aU tbe realty of fineness. An abundant supply
and prices cut in half.
Silk Department Unparalleled
3,000 yards heavy All-Silk Surahs, In allta
leading colors. He; usual price, 6S&
Z500 yards the Standard Iron Frame Grena
dine at one-half original cost of Importation.
New invoice of Black and Colored Failla
Francalse, rare valne, SOc, worth tl SO.
Our stock of Printed India Silks is too larjro
for this season of the year. They must be sold.
Prices cut in two..
Colored Dress Goods.
New Department. Stock all new and fresh.
We are showing a very choice line of Colored
Henriettas, in all the latest colorings, 25c
200 pieces Illuminated Mohairs. 42 Inches)
wide, a very popular cloth, beautiful range ot
colors, S9c; usual price, 50c
125 pieces Mohair Lustrines. This line com
rises a very choice selection of shadings; 44
iches wide, and a splendid value at 63c.
25 pieces Persian Challies, In very effectiva
designs and rich coloring, double width. 23c.
500 pieces double width Tongletta Cloth, la
plain, stripes and checks. Would be cheap at
SOc; our price. 15c
300 pieces beautiful Challies Urge assort,
ment to select from at one-half the price of
other stores, 5c
Two Jersey Bargains That "Will
Sell on Sight
SUk Braid Ribboned Jerseys, finest Cash,
mere, in spring shades. Also tailor-bound Jer
sevs at SI 08; worth more than double.
SUk Smocked Jerseys, Tailor Coat-back,
Vest-front Jerseys. Pretty Puffed andPleated
Blonse Jerseys all go at $1 99; worth from S3 50
Cajrtlvatinc valne our Ladies' Irish. Peasant
Cloaks, all colors, $7 43.
Special Parasol Bargains.
LOOO Parasols, elegant, designs and colors,
worth from SI 25 to 2, yonr pick from Monday
untU the entire lot Is sold, at 75c each.
Successors to Morris H. Danzigep,
SIXTH ST. AND
O. D. LEVIS. Solicitor of Patents.
131 Fifth avenue, above Bmithfield.nextLeadtt
omce. (.noaeiay.j jataniisnea zo years.
Seersuckers and dress styles Ginghams,
the best American goods. .French Saunes,
etc, Scotch Ginghams, 2Qo and 25c,