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THE PITTSBTTEQ DISPATCH, THUKSDAY, JTHSE 18, 1889.
ASSAULT OH IAH0M.
The Other Virginia Faction Makes a
Call Upon the President.
SOME OP THE OFFICES WANTED.
Mr. Harrison Eeplies Pleasantly, But Hakes
ho Great Promises.
THE SITUATION IN TROUBLED HAITI
"Washgton, June 12. The delegation
of Virginia Eepublicans opposed to General
Mahone, which was appointed at the con
ference held in this city on May 29, at which
time an open letter was addressed to General
Mahone, called npon the President to-day ac
cording to appointment.
The delegation was headed by ex-Governor
Cameron, Colonel Brady, of the National Re
publican Committee from innnia, and Gen
eral Groner, chairman of the anti-Malione
win;: of the Republican party in Virginia. The
members ol the delegation were cordially re
ceived by President Harrison and were with
him for SO minutes or more.
The interview was private, thero beinR no
person other than the President and the dele
gation in the room. Brief addresses were made
bv llcssrs. Cameron, Brady and Groner, in
Mhich the case of the delegation against the
management of the partj's interest In Virginia
by General JIahone was reviewed. The speak
ers said substantially that as freemen they
could not submit to the control of the Mahone
party In Virginia,
It is stated by members of the delegation that
inrcpljingtothe remarks addressed to him,
the President said that he did not think it was
p.irt of his functions to undertake to settle
Eartv disputes: that so far as he was concerned
e did not intend to give recognition to any one
faction in the party and that he bad expressed
the same views to a delegation of the Mahone
Republicans which called on him yesterday.
Harrison Wants Harmony.
The President further said that he earnestly
desired harmony and party success in Virginia,
and disclaimed in positive terms that he had
ever said that appointments In Virginia should
be made only upon General Mahone's recom
mendation. At the conclusion of the President's remarks
the delegation withdrew to its headquarters at
the Ebbitt House, much pleased and express
ing themselves as entirely satisfied with the re
sult of their interview. The communication
addressed to General Mahone, above referred
to. lias not been answered by him, nor its re
THE TEOUBLE IN HATTL
Some Excitement Over the Official Informa
tion Received at the Capital.
WASHilGTo:r, June 12. Some excitement
was manifested at the State and Davy Depart
ments upon the receipt of a cablegram from
Commander Kellogg at HaytL In obedience
to orders from the Uavy Department, which in
turn were inspired by the Secretary of State,
Commander Kellogg day before yesterday
steamed from St. Nicholas Mole (the cable
terminus) to Port-au-Prince. He returned to
day and reported to the Secretary of the Navy
the result of his observations and inquiries into
the condition of affairs at the Haytian capital.
Secretary Tracey immediately communicated
this information to Secretary Blaine, who car
ried the news to the President.
Everv one connected with the State and
Navy Departments, wbo is in a position to
know the contents of the cablegram, refuses
to say anything about it, except one official
who complained that the sender did not
appear to know much about the situation.
Nevertheless, it was generally believed at the
departments that the news from Hayti is not
reassuring and it was currently reported that
Captain O'Kane has been ordered to sail im
mediately for the seat of trouble with the Bos
ton, which has just been refitted at New York.
PERHAPS Y0UKN0W ONE.
The Unidentified Dead Most Readily Recog
nizable by Their Bejonslnes RIdss,
' Mnrk, Money and Contents af
Pockets Described The
IFROM X ETXTT COKEESPOSDKXT.l
JoHXSTOtnr, June 12, That army of the un
biown is enough to make the community
shudder. Who are theyT "Will they ever be
known, or in any degree identified? These are
the questions concerning them. Affirmative
answers will probably not be supplied In more
than a dozen or so of all these cases. Yet, for
the sake of relieving by giving some definite
clew to the friends or relatives of even the
dozen, a large number of the clearest, fullest
and most striking descriptions of the unidenti
fied dead xnd their personal effects have been
elected from the larger and more indefinite
cumber, any one of which might answer the
description of a score or more of the missing.
A ring, the contents of a pocket, marks upon
jewelry or other like means of identification
may serve to aid. together with personal ap
pearance of the bodies (jotted down before the
burial) in settling some grieving one's mind as
to the fate of his or her particular friend. The
clearest descriptions from the list are, there
fore selected and given below:
The Most Noticeable Unknown.
At P. li. S. Station Morgue Foot of female,
liigh button shoe, black merino stortings and
William K. Endlev's bank book. Boy, light com-
plexloned, auburn hair, welched about 75, height
about 4 feet 3, knee pants, blue waist, little black
waist, red undershirt, mnsUn drawers, and
gaiters. Boy, found on TValnnt street, light com
plexion, weight about 75. height about 4 feet, bine
waist, knee pants. Male, about 35 years, light
complexion, "K. P K." on arm and clasped
bands under same, auburn hair, bine eyes, weight
abont 1G0, height abont 5 feet 3 inches, blue shirt,
white undershirt, laced shoes, red socks, black
pants and vest Male, aged about II years, fair
complexion, dark b&lr and eyes, weight about 48,
height 4 feet, red flannel shirt, black and white
striped coat Female, 47 to 50 years, auDurn hair,
weight about 25, height about 5 feet 6 inches,
red and black petticoat, red flannel
underwear, pocketboofc, (6 35 In money,
female, three band rings, one with initials "F.
M." earring in left ear, right earring torn out,
ring with words Golt bchntz Dick, band ring on
third finger of left hand, name on ring. Female,
20 to S5 years, brown hair, black cloth coat, gold
watch and chain, breastpin, plain gold ring
marked H. B. to M. b. ilcl)., supposed to have
been a passenger on cast-bound train. Boy. 6
rears old, light hair, weight about 70, height 3 feet
e, black and yellow check pants, red coat woolen,
and brass buttons, eagle stamped on. Male,
Catholic found In drift above 0. 1. Company's
store, light hair, weight about 150, height abont 5
feet 7, slippers, comb In pocket, light barred
pants, p M on person, bunch of keys, two pocket
Somebody Must Know Her.
Female, abont 30 years, dark-brown hair, bine
eyes, weight abont 134, height about 5 feet, but
toned shoes, striped blue and white stockings,
earrings, plain gold, sacque with beads, black
quilted skirt, three Tight teeth out, eye tooth
broken off at gum. Female, 10 to IS years, fair
complexion, auburn hair, light eyes, weight about
123, height 5 feet 2 inches, brown striped) dress,
comb with glass beads. Female. 45 to 50 years,
brown hair, eight 160. blue eyes, old scar on
neck, buttoned shoes. Female, abont 17 years,
from clnb house, complexion fair, long black
hair, brown eyes, weight 115, height 5 feel 2 inches,
barred gingham apron, dotted blue dress, plain
loop ring, one black set ring on left hand.
Male, aged 45, weight 180. height 5 feet 10 Inches,
bunch of keys, 113, white-handled knife, le
male. about & years, g-ay hair, weight 215, parse
with SSCO Id gold, breastpin, black wM't, gingham
apron, 830 in greenbacks. Female, fair complex
Ion, aged 45, black hair, dark blue eyes, weight
115, height 6 feet 6 inches, red under ear. black
dress, plain gold ring on second finger right hand,
pocketbook containing buttons and til 61. Fe
male, badly burned, ring marced "K. J. B."
Female, blonde hair, blue eyes, weight 110, height
S feet, patches of quilts on body, wide gold ring
ith two hearts n It.
Two With Three Ring Each.
tit. Columbia Morgue, Cambria Unknown
female, weight 165. 5 feet 8 inches, 3 rings on
hands, 2 on left and I on right. Ulrl about 7
vears, complexion fair, hair light, weight 50
pounds, height 4 feet 3 Inches, small ssotted apron,
red flannel skirt, blue dress. Female, aged about
SO. weight abont 200, height 5 feet 6 Inches. 3 rings
on right hand, 2 with sets, 1 plain. Female, abont
35 years old, balr dark, eyes brown, weight 150
pounds, height 5 feet 7 Inches, black basque, check
apron,, gold ring on left hand, white cotton under-
rrotptctma Morgue Male, light hair, weight
about 150, height about 5 feet 7 inches, had on
light-barred pants, 1 comb in pocket. 70 cents, 1
bunch of keys. 2 pocket pieces. Unknown fe
male, age 45, very long black hair, mixed with
gray, weight less than 100, height a'boultfeets
luencs. DiacK auipeu waist, uiack dress, piaiu
gold ring, 3 fingers left hand, red underwear,
black stockings, t pennies In purse, bunch of
acts, mace nail eararups. xcmue. complexion
hbiek. wplht ihnnt ra
height about 4 feet X inches, had on brown dreia.
with red. plaited front and cuffs and eardrops
with small balls attached. Male, color white,
complexion dark, hair dark, weight 190 pounds,
height 5 feet Inches, large seal ring on little fin
ger, to cents in money. Male, 14 to is years, eyes
brown, weight, 70 pounds, height about 4 feet 9
inches, high button shoes. Female, of clubhouse,
age about 17, complexion fair, hair b'act. eyts
brown, weight about 115 pounds, height J feet 2
on left hand I " iTttS" p hoop bIa Mtrln
blue figured calico dress, red striped petticoat,
brown hair, ears pierced, two scapulas with five
medals, porous plaster on breast, straw hat with
white feather. Boy, aged 12, hair brown, white
calico with black half circles, pants short, dark
twilled casslmere. hose long, black with white
stripes. Female, height 5 feet 6 inches, age 30,
hair dark brown, waist black -striped half-wool
goods, skirt gone, red and black wool petticoat,
red and white merino hose, no Jewelry. Female,
mark of ring, three fingers on left hand, white
and nine check calico dress, large features, brown
hair, white and blue ringed hose, black cloth
sacque. Large woman, age 35, nationality Irish
(apparently), hair auburn, dark blue eres, weigh,
about 175 pounds, resembled Mrs. Mullen, but
afterward said not to be, kept one earring.
Medium woman, age 40. weight 150. hair brown,
with tinge of red and a few gray, eyes light brown,
featnresTjroad. nose slightly snub. Jewelry, rmgs
and piece ot dress. Female, Identified as Mrs.
Ott, but none of family been to identify Jewelry,
kCDt one earring. Female, German, agefitthelght
5 feet 7 or 8 Inches, weight 180 pounds, hair brown,
eyes grav, features large, kept purse, medal,
spectacles and school card. Female, height 5
feet 2 inches, age 35, hair light, eyes blue, fea
tures rather sham, dress torn away. Unknown
bov, 12 years, black pants and coat and blue waist.
KernnUe Morgue Small, unknown 'Welsh
woman, 2 years of age.
InltinI', a Wart, Ele.
Presbyterian Chureli Morgue Man, dark hair,
dark shirt, blue ring on finger, set stone marked
E L. II. Lady, brown hair, age 30. about 58 cor
set, ted flannel thlrt, muslin drawers, wart on left
hand front finger, two finger rings, carved and
rubv breastpin. Male, ca6h and watch, $312 50,
aged about SO. taken by Jas. Murphy. Female,
35 years, black cashmere dress, Jersey Jacket,
black stockings, button shoes, hair dark brown,
scarlet underwear, green corded petticoat, height
5 feet 9 inches, small gold ring, supposed to be
Mrs. Gavine. Male, 39 years, 160 pounds, three
foot rule In his pocket.no description of clothing.
Unknown male, silver watch chain, penknife,
832 36 money In pocketbook.
J-ourth Hard School Morgue-FemtAe. found
near l caver's store, gold watch and chain, breast
pin and hairpin, diamond ring on third finger with
five sets, gold ring on third finger of left hand
with garnet set, gold ring on second finger of left
hand with pearl set. imitation diamond earrings,
lemale, F. T. F. on envelope. Ladv from Hurl
burt house, a medal monogram J. H. G. Lady
about 45 years, large woman, dark complexion,
weight 170 pounds, plain string and bag around
her neck, earrings, loung ladv, aged 18 years,
initials on ring "V U.,"blue eyes, black hair.
Man, aged about 25. cash 25 cents, Jockeye Jap
anese headache enre, reddish brown hair. Man,
aged 25 to 30. blind In right cj c iian, letters aa
dressed to M. 4. Murphy.
JOHNNIE STTTT, HERO.
A Youth of t7 Who Died While Saving
Others Using a Locomotive Head
light for a Lantern He Gnlded
Many to Places
jritOM A STXTT CORBXSFOX2EXT.1
JonssTOWif, June 12. Coming op on the
train this morning I met Mrs. J. L. Shields,
prominently connected with the Masonic order,
mother of Harry Bhields, formerly station
agent of the Pennsylvania Railroad at this
place, and wife of Mr. J.L. Shields, of the
"West Penn Railroad, at Blalrsville. Mrs.
Shields was on her way to meet her son at
Johnstown. She bad been attending the funeral
of her nephew, whose death was one that
showed the self-sacrificing heroism of a boy,
such as is seldom equaled, and to which older
martyrs will bow their heads.
The young man was "Johnnie" Shepherd
Stitt and lived at Blalrsville. He was bnt 17
years of age, and worked in the Pennsylvania
Railroad machine shop at that place. On that
awful Black Friday: night, when hundreds of
souls were being rocked to an everlasting sleep
beneath the dark waters of the Conemaogn,
toung Stitt was out on the abutment of the
Pennsylvania Railroad bridge, above where he
lived, and was trying to lend aid to those who
were struggling in the water, after being
washed down the river from their homes, a dis
tance of about 28 miles.
The night was awfully dark and the rush of
waters as tney aasnea op against me Dna
quailed many an older heart, due young Butt
did not .flinch. After pulling several people
out of the water at the risk of his own life, he
rushed up to railroad shops and there procured
a locomotive neaaiignt.
A Life Savins Beacon.
He trudged down to the river with It, and
after lighting the lamp he carried it out on
the abutment of the bridge, where be flashed
the rays of light ont upon the river. By the
strong light and his words of encouragement,
young Stitt guided over a dozen people to
places of safety on the shore. Had it not been
for his light, many of the people who were
struggling in the water would have had their
brains dashed out against the abutments.
A number of his companions warned young
Stitt to come away, as the bridge began to grow
shaky, and it was feared that the structure
would go down in the flood. The boy replied
that there was no danger, and he was not
afraid of the bridge colng down with him. He
said if be came away the people would have no
light to guide them, and he thought it was his
duty to stay. He had jnst answered an appeal
from one of his companions when, without
much warning, there was a crash and the
abutment was torn away. The headlight was
seen to disappear; with it went the boy. No
body present heard him say anything as he dis
appeared, bnt as he rose to the surface his
voice could be heard above the roar of the
waves to the fact that be was all right and
he would make a landing below. As be passed
the slaughter bouse owned by his brother, where
there were a number of people out looking at
the wreck, he called:
"I am Johnnie Stitt. and I am all right."
That Was the Last Heard From Him
until his body was found Sunday afternoon at
Saltsburg. He was buried in the little ceme
tery at Blalrsville yesterday afternoon, and
the word "Hero" will be the inscription above
The escape of Johnnie's sister, Annie, was a
most miraculous one. She was at Ebensburg
and was on her way to Gettysburg to attend a
college commencement She was a passenger
on the train that was washed out below Cone
mangh and was saved by her knowledge of the
country. She got out ot the coach in which
she was sitting and made ber way to a small
plank bridge across a mill-race owned by some
friends of hers. She had barely succeeded in
crossing the mill-race when the small bridge
Several persons who came after her attempted
to cross but were swept away and probably
drowned. Miss Stitt made her way to the
farmhouse, where she was received by her
friends. She was mourned for dead by her
family, who had searching parties out looking
lor the body. They were surprised at her
return Tuesday afternoon jnst 20 minutes after
the interment of her brother in the family plot.
A GREAT DEARTH OF SHOES.
Many Women and Girls In Cambria Obliged
to Go Barefoot.
JomfSTOWN, June 12. Mr. Read, Chief of
the Cambria Bureau, said to-day that there
was a great dearth of shoes for women and
girls; that many of those in Cambria were run
ning around in their bare feet.
They need also tubs, pails, scrubbing brushes,
combs, soap, Iresh meat and coffee mills.
Owing to scarcity of the latter they are obliged
to pound the coffee, which is wasteful and un
satisfactory; Save Your Hair
BY a timely use of Ayert Hair Vigor.
This preparation has no equal as a
dressing. It keeps the scalp clean, cool,
and healthy, and preserves the color,
fullness, and beauty of the hair.
"I was rapidly becoming bald and
gray; but after using two or three
bottles of Ayer's Hair Vigor my hair
grew thict and glossy and the original
color was restored." Melvia Aldrich,
Canaan Centre, N. H.
" Some time ago I lost all xny hair in
consequence of measles. After due
waiting, no new growth appeared. I
then used Ayer's Hair Vigor and my
Thick and Strong.
It has apparently come to stay. The
Vigor is evidently a great aid to nature."
J. B. Williams, Floresville, Texas.
"I have nsed Ayer's Hair Vigor for
the past four or five years and find it a
most satisfactory dressing for the hair.
It is all I could desire, being harmless,
causing the hair to retain its natural
color, and requiring but a small quantity
to render the hair easy to arrange."
Mrs. H. A. Bailey, 9 Charles street,
" I have been using Ayer's Hair Vigor
for several years, and believe that it has
caused my hair to retain its natural
color." Mrs. H. J. King, Dealer In
Dry Goods, &&, Bishopville, Md.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Dr, J. Cj Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
50e to 33c
A large lot of summer dress goods; fine
goods; were 50c now 25c; this is a rare bar
gain. Abxhub, Schojtdelmteb & Co.,
MThs 68 and 70 Ohio st, Allegheny.
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
J Frank L. Murray. Braddock
1 James H. Kelly -ffwhSE
1 Julia A. Gannon. Allegheny
5 Conrad Sehober HU'SIHE
1 Agatha B. Mannas Pittsburg
J Edward Breese SJHSSJf
J Louise Merker Pittsburg
I James H. ArmMead KJHSSS
I Alary J. Clarke Pittsburg
IJsha Welch g00.14?!
I Julius froeger. jr vittbnre
J Ida Wagroner .Pittsburg
c P. G. Yentseh .. ajl"???
Anna W. Booker
t.An hnerelt ............
(Davids. MoKensle Hanover townshlo
jHenryHelienroether "i, SS
J Caroline Heiberth Allegheny
iJohnF. Pollaud KKSS
IMaryG. ash Pittsburg
J W. C. Belnhart SIHSSJf
IB. F. Miller . . Vereatllea to wnsbilp
Annie Thomas r.;ilc.lleesPv.rt
J G. B. McClelland , Mifflin townsh p
Jfeadie Marks Mifflin township
j Gustav Schwarx SIHS2J5
J Augusta Schlnetsky i1""?"?
(James Johns Hpi?te.w2
JMaryA. Flowers Pittsburg
McMANTJS-HILL At Pittsburg, Pa., June
12, 18S9, Henry MoMaktjs, 157 Wylie avenue,
to Isabella Hili youngest daughter of the
late John Hill, Coatbridge, Scotland.
LYSLE-HADIiY On Tuesday, June 11,
18S9, at the residence of tho bride's parents by
Rev.T. J. Leak. Geobge Ltsle, Jr., and
Edith O. Hadlt, both of Allegheny.
MALLOY RINEHART On the evening
of the 6th inst., at the residence of the bride's
parents, Aiken avenne. East End, by Rev.
Father Hehlr, William F. Malloy to Ella.
V., daughter of M. C. Rinehart.
CALHOUN On Wednesday morning at 3.30,
Mrs. MnfKiB M. Calhoun,
Funeral from residence of John S. McKean,
Esq., Arnold station. Allegheny Valley Rail
road, on Feiday at 10 o'clock. Friends of the
family are respectfully Invited to attend.
FARLEY On Tuesday. JuneU, 18S9. atSO
p. M.. at his father's residence. Emsworth, Pa.,
Oliver Herbert Farley, only son of James
P. and Amanda Farley, aged 33 years.
Funeral services Friday morning at lOo'clock.
Interment private at a later hour. 2
FLAVIN On Wednesday, June 12, 1SS9. at 3
A. M , Thomas, son of Edward and Hannora
Flavin, aged 7 months and 18 days.
Funeral from the residence of his parents,
Smallman, near Thirty sixth street, on Thurs
day (to-day) at 2.30 P. M. Friends of the fam
ily are respectfully invited to attend.
GALLAGHER On Wednesday. Mune 12.
1B89, at 6 A. m., Georoe Gallagher, aged 63
Funeral from his late residence, Clinton Row,
West Carson street, Southside, on Friday, at
9 A. M. Friends of the family are respectf uUy
invited to attend.
GREENE On Wednesday, June 12, 18S9, at
2 p. Jf.. Mrs, Sarah A. Greeks, wife of
Samuel E. Greene, aged 6i years.
Funeral services at her late residence, No.
106 Forty-first street, Thursday Evening, at
8 o'clock. Interment at Blalrsville, Pa., on
Friday, Jnne 14, at 11 o'clock a. m.
Indiana and Westmoreland county papers
KIRK On Wednesday, June 12, 1889, t
Bradford. Pa., Charles, son of David Kirk.
Funeral services at the chapel of H. Samson,
Sixth avenue, on SaturdaVy morning, June
15. at 10.30 o'clock.
O'NEILL On Wednesday evening, Jnne 12.
1889, at his residence. No. 6409 Howe street,
John O'Neill, aged 68 years.
Funeral services Friday, Jnne 14. at 2 p. K.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
RUDOLPH At her residence. No. 43 Sum
mit avenue, Allegheny City, at 12 45 p. M., Mrs.
Maggie E. Rudolph.
Funeral services will take place from the
residence of ber mother, Mrs. Harriet Chad
wick, No. 27 Troy HIU road, Allegheny City, on
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
WOERNER On Wednesday, June 12. 18S9.
at 10.20 a. m., Margaret Louisa, wife of
John C. Woeraer, in her 74th year.
Funeral services fromFIrst German Lutheran
Church, Sharpsburg, Pa., on FRIDAY at 2
o'clock. Friends are invited. 2
WILLIAMS At his residence. Bycamore
street, Mt. Washington, on Wednesday, June
12, 18S9, at 4.50 p. jr., RICHARD D. WlLLIAXS.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
JAMES ARCHIBALD iflEO
IJVERY AND SALE STABLES,
117, 119 and 136 Third avenne, two doors below
Smithfleld St., next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages for funerals, S3. Carnages for operas,
parties, c, at the lowest rates. All new car
riages. Telephone communication. myl-11-TTa
JOHN L. TREXLER & CO.,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Livery
and Boarding Stables. Nos. 878 and 3S0
Beaver ave. Residence. 681 Preble
ave., Allegheny City.
Telephone SU8. mh23-JiThSu
EFBESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN 1X1
Assets - . 9JD7L69833.
Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 81 Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-s
WESTERN INSVBANCE CO.
NO. 411 WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER N1MICK. President.
JOHN a JACKSON. Vice President
fe22-38-TTS WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA.
150 CUPS FOR SL
. TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillings from $1 nr. Amalgam, 60c;
silver. 76c: white alloy, 11.
DR8.MCCLAREN t WAUGAMAN, Dentists,
Comer Smithfleld and Fourth avenue.
TTi""1 I ' K1, A
suits ajstid "w":R.ajps.
The amount of business done in this department in the past week is a sure
indication that the bargains are thoroughly appreciated. 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 the first season's prices., Cloth Jackets, light
we ignis, tx. n, x uu iuu up, in a variety 01 styles. aiocKineneuacKets, colored ana
black, 53, H and ?5. Handsome perfect-fitting Jerseys in black, cream and colored
plain, braided, smocked ana embroidered. A black Jersey as low as 37c. Silk and
Cashmere Wraps, lace-trimmed and beaded, special styles for elderly ladies, $5, $6 and
up. Conemaras and Cape Newmarkets, light weights, in great variety, at low prices.
Embroidered Cashmere Fichus, Summer Shawls, Infants' Cloaks, embroidered and plain,
all at bargain prices. See the new colored Silk Blouses, pleated and smocked, f6 up
-err desirable and ready sellers. Our Suit stock is very complete prices and styles are
ight Stuff Suits, Silk Suits, Wash Suits in Ginghams, Satines, Challis, etc., $i, $5 and
splay to be seen elsewhere.
"WOOL IDiRIESS GOODS.
In this department the cut has still been deeper. Good, serviceable, stylish fabrics at
12Kc and 15c; were 15c to 25c. 37K goods now 25c. in stripes, plaids, mixtures and
10c, 12e and 15c; were 15c to 25c. 37W goods
fancy weaves. 40-inch gray mixed, all-wool
lancy weaTes. au-iocn gray mixea, au-wooi Berge at zoc, worm 00c. Ail-wool x rrenon
Stripes and Plaids, 50c; were 75c 40-inch plain, light colored Casimir and Serges at 40c;
were 60c The best 40-inch Colored Henriettas at 6O0 ever exhibited anywhere. Handsome
lines of novelties for combinations, 75o to S3 a yard. Black Wool Cashmeres, All-wool
and Bilk Warp Henriettas, Series, Nuns' Veilings, etc, at low prices.
NEXT WE CUT
in our Fur
Curtain Departments have
now involved the Carpet De
partment. We to-day reduce
a large assortment of excel
lent patterns of extra quality
Body Brussels in such cele
brated makes as
From $1 35, $1 40, $1 50,
To $1, $1 10, $1 15.
Lower Grade Body Brussels,
From $1 to 75c.
. Rugs Reduced.
Of these we show an immense
variety of patterns and re
cently imported. Some in
mixed dark colors are as low
vas $3 per roll of 40 yards, or
7c Per Yard.
33 FIFTH AVENUE.
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 awayj
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, Ribbons, Bands, Velvets,
In Trimmed Goods we are mak
ing a specialty of Toque Hats at
from 5 to 10; Net Hats, Sio to
$2o; Sailor Hats, trimmed with
Tennis Ribbon, $1 75 to $4; Walk
ing Hats, $5 to &20; Fancy and
Plain Straw Bonnets, $5 to 12;
Turbans, $6 to 15, in Milan and
fancy straws. This applies to 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,
&1 FIFTH AVENUE.
-ft TAN tJFACTDRERS AND MERCHANTS'
jyi INS. Co., 417 Wood street, Pittsburg, Pa.
Capital $250,000 00
Assets January L 1889 363,745 80
, Directors Chas. W. Batchelor. President;
John W. CBaliant, Vice President: A. E. W.
Painter. Robt Lea. M. W. Watson, John Wil
son, Joseph Walton. Win. G. Park, A. M.
Byers, Jas. J. Donnell, Geo. E. Painter, John
Thompson, Wm, T. Adair, Secretary; Jas.
Little, Assistant Secretary; August Ammon,
General Agent. ja22-4S-TTS
We Are Offering This Week a Marvelous Array of Bar-
gains, Such as Will Interest and Pay Everybody to
now 25c, in stripes, plaids, mixtures and
Serge at 25c, worth 60c. All-wool French
Samplcs;8cnt on Boqucst.
BOYS! BOYS! BOYS! BOYS!
SPECIAL SALE FOR BOYS.
Boys' Shirt Waists at 25c, SSc and 60c.
Boys' Star Shirt Waists at 50c, 63c, 75c, SSc,
95c and 125.
Boys' Flannel Shirts at 60c and 75c.
Boys' White Dress Shirts, nnlanndrled, at
Boys' Whito Dress Shirts, laundried, at 75c
Boys' Night Shirts at 60c.
Boys' White Gauze Shirts at 25c to 45c
Boys' Angola Blue Shirts and Drawers at 45c
Boys' Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers from
25c to 42c
Boys' Fine White Merino Shirts from 50o to
Boys' Ribbed Shirts, extra fine quality from
65c to 80c
Boys' Jean Drawers at 45c
Boys' Jean Drawers, with elastic anklets, at
Boys' Cotton Hose from 10c to 75c
Boys' Heavy Ribbed Black Hose at 25c
Boys' fine Ribbed Black Hose at 35c
Boys' French Ribbed Hose, split feet, from
40c to 75c. according to size.
Boys' Knee Caps at 22c and 33c
Boys' Windsor Scarfs at 12Jc 15c 19c, 25c
SSc and 50c
Boys' Teck Scarfs at 5c each, or 6 for 25c
Boys' Fine Teck Scarfs at 25c
Boys' Linen Collars from 12o to 60c
Boys' Lace Collars at 5c, 9c, 12Kc, 25c, 35c and
Boys' Little Lord FaunUeroy Collars and
Cuffs, all prices.
Boys' School Handkerchiefs, fast colors, 8c
each or 85c per dozen.
Boys' All-Linen Handkerchiefs, fast col
Boys' All-Linen Handkerchiefs, extra good
value, at 9c or 8 for 25c
Boys' All-Linen Handkerchiefs from Vbii
Boys' Suspenders at 15c and 25c
SMALL BOYS' CLOTHING.
Boys' Kilt Snits at SI 60, $2 50, S3, $3 50, Si,
Boys' Pant 8aits at S2 60, $3, J3 60, 4, S4 60,
So, $8, 6GQ,S7andt&
Boys Odd Pant? at 75c, 87c, fl, i 25 and
SEW DEPARTMENT ST0BES,
504,506 and 508 Market st.
SPRING AND SUMMER, 1889.
Underwear and Hosiery.
Our own special hand loom made Silk, Lambs'
Wool, Merino, Balbriggan, Lisle Thread, etc
f rCC FOB SPRING
ULUVCO AND SUMMER.
Dress, Promenade, Driving, etc Best
makers. First-class only.
No. 8 King Edward St., 1 Madison Square,
London, E. C. I New York.
Not 4 Rue D'Uzes, Paris office. mv9-24Jrrs
JAS. MNML & BRO.,
BOILERS, PLATE AND SHEET-IRON
PATENT SHEET IRON ANNEALING
With an Increased capacity and hydraullo
machinery we are prepared to famish all work
In our line cheaper and better than by the old
methods. Repairing and general machine
work. Twenty-ninth street and Allegheny Val
ley Railroad. fe5-55-TTS
DO YOU INTEND
The Pittsburg Building
Plan Co, Architects, 96
Fourth avenue, prepare
plans and specifications
and superintend erection
ot dwellings at lowest
rates consistent with
good service. Estimates
O. n. LEVIS. Solicitor of Patanta.
131 Fifth avenue, above Smithfield, next Leader
omce. (isoaeiay.; .astaDusneaw years.
OUR WASH GOODS DEPARTMENT
Shows rare bargains in Challis, So, 630 and up. Seersuckers and dress styles Ginghams,
6jc up. Satines, 7c, 8c, lOo and 12o for the best American goods. French Satines,
22c; were 35c see them. Plaid India Linons, etc Scotch Ginghams, 20c and 25c
Bo not neglect to see the new importation of Scotch, German and Irish Table Linens.
We begin them at 20c. and show the best 50o Table Damask ever sold in an? market. 72
inch wide at 75c, 87c and 1, in beautiful patterns. Bargains in Towels, Napkins,
HOSIBBT AJSTID q-:do"ves.
Ladies plain and fancy Hose, 10c a pair up. Solid blacks a specialty. The fast black
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 two-button JKid
Gloves, stitched back, 62jo; regular $1 roods. A five-hook real Kid nt $1 are $1 50
quality. Black and Colored Silk Mitts. Lisle and Silk Gloves for Ladies and Misses;
all grades. Underwear in Gauze, Merino, Balbriggan, etc Seasonable weights for
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.
joargains in uarpets, .Bugs, Mats ana uu
Umbrellas. Bargains in Laoe and heavy Curtains.
Orders Promptly Attended To.
B. & B.
THURSDA Y, June 13.
BEAR IN MIND This
great bargain sale of Dress
Goods ts genuine. It zs not a
cleaning-up sale of "stickers?
bnt a mid-season offer of new
and desirable goods, bought
away under price and given
to our friends in these two
cities at a, merely nominal
13,000 yards at one-half
and one-third regular price.
IT HAS STRUCK THE
FINE SCOTCH ZEPH
YRS We have already
spoken of those 50c Zephyrs
at 2ZC Hundreds have ex
amined and been pleased to
purchase from this great bar
THIS MORNING 8,000
yards of Genuine Scotch
Zephyr Stripes, Platds and
Checks in all the newest
shades and best colorings, with
a nice line of Mournings, at
15 CENTS A YARD.
A smaller and very choice
lot of full width, 32-inch, fine
Scotch Zephyr Satin-bar
Plaids, 35c quality at 20c.
50c quality Side Band
Zephyr Ginghams at. 33c.
Our line of Anderson1 s ele
gant Ginghams is the most at
tractive and choice possible
price always 40c.
These astonishing Gingham offers are in the
Imported Gingham Department, rear of up!
Don't miss this great sale.
This should be "Gingham
Day," but there are too many
other departments struck with
the bargain contagion for
any one to claim a monopoly
of the attention.
New goods in the Challis
the most effective patterns and
colorings yet shown. The
newest goods are a beautiful
lot of very fine All-wool
French Challis in small
figures. The large patterns
still hold sway.
50c quality fine French Challis at 25c
Fine French Challis, stripes, at SOc
Extra quality beautiful pattern Challis at
Finest and most effective goods up to 70c
Cheaper Satinea show excellent imitations
of the finest goods in printing. A 36-inch
Challis, French printing on American cloth, at
10c, is very desirable.
SA TINES A large and
comprehensive stock with many
exceptional values. New goods
show increasing variety of de
sign and coloring.
CASHMERES Our col
ored Cashmeres show a won
derful assortment of shades
A regular kaleidoscope. In
tie Si Silk Warps 50 shades.
38-Inch Silk Warp Cashmeres at 75c a price
you never saw on goods ot this quality and
The great sellers in the rich Black Silks are
the $1 and fl 25 Gros Grains.
Our 31 and SI 25 Gros Grains can't be equaled.
Elegant Black Surahs 60c, 55c, 65c 75c, 85o
and up to Jl 60.
Remember those 40c Indias but little likeli
hood of their being forgotten.
. There's such real merit in the quality and
effective coloring in our Calicos and Prints,
they deserve a word of praise.
Bee those Spiders in the Art Department.
115, 117, 119, 121
Federal Street, Allegheny.
uiotns. .bargains in Parasols and Bilk
Bargains in black and colored Silks.
DARK AND DISMAL
Is the Outlook for Pittsburg
Qlothiers. Now That
tat Annul Jnne Suit Sale
HAS SWUNG FAIRLY
It is a sale of such magnitude that it would be a moral impossibility
for 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 this 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 tho
most persistent of bargain seekers.
-YOU HAVE CHOICE from a large and magnificent stock of
Suits, which combine every excellence of the tailor's skill and every
perfection of the designer's genius, with the most practical requirements
of fashionable and sensible dressers. These Suits are carved-out in the
very latest shapes of Sack and Frock styles a.nd we guarantee: Firsts
that never were such values ever offered for the money second, that
every Suit that leaves our house will fit properly; third, that every Suit
will give every satisfaction in wear.
$8 and $10,
MEN'S ALL-WOOL SUITS,
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 the
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 $io 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
you spent from $10 to $15 elsewhere.
Cool Garments in Gossamer Fabrics
FOR THE HOT WEATHER.
PRICES WHICH WILL MAKE THE GOODS FLY!
Men's black Summer Coats, 39c Men's fancy, striped Chambray
Coats, 48c. Men's Seersucker Coats and Vests, 65c. Men's fancy
striped Flannel Coats and Vest3, 75c Men's better quality Seersucker
Coats and Vests, 89c Men's good Linen Pants, 98c. Men's elegant
fancy Coats and Vests, 1 25 and $1 50. The popular Tennis Coats, in
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 $1 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 and 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.
$0 Ff $3 and $4,
3 OU, BOYS' KNEE-PANT SUITS,
WORTH $4 $5 and $6.
Cfryi $5. and $6,
tP, BOYS' LONG-PANT SUITS,
WORTH $6, $8 and $10.
These are among the great specialties we're offering at this great
Suit Sale and Mothers wouldn't ordinarily object to pay anywhere from
30 to 40 per cent more than we now ask. The only trouble with Moth
ers will be that we have so very many choice suits at prices named
above that they'll be puzzled to choose which they like best. But right
here come in our gentlemanly salesmen with polite suggestions and the
best of advice, given in the interest of the customer, so after all our
patrons go away delighted and happy. Why not you be one of tie de
lighted and happy ones?
WHAT A GREAT PITY IT IS
That we haven't space at our disposal to speak of our
GLORIOUS BARGAINS in STR AWHATS
FOR MEN, FOR BOYS and FOR CHILDREN,
Or to give particulars of the
Grand Bargains in Furnishings and Footwear.
We'll treat of these, however, 'nother day.
A Baseball ticket, good for any Championship Game played at
Recreation Park this season, given free with every Man's or Youth's
Suit to the amount of $10 or upward.
$14 and $15,
MEN'S FINE SUITS,
$20 and $25.
GRAND BARGAIN STORE,
to 400 Mukct slrctt, ,
V Sold by Drggftoii sad fsriaater. ,
. AWU ilUJ AV11.
BSnrTiSHe, , feoc atHfarod,
qe5a,67andl60EEIDERAItSTREEST. AUHENip, PA.