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THE PITTSBUHG DISPATCH, FKIDAY, JTJNE U, 1889.
SMALLS IS SATISFIED.
Southern Colored Kepublican
Given an Office at Last.
PITTSBURG'S PUBLIC BUILDIKG.
1 Letter of Instructions Has Been Sent to
QUAY'S CAKDIDATE GETS OKE PLACE
rBTBCIAt TB-MBAJt TO Til DISPXTCn.l
Washixgtox. June 13. The colored
Bepublicans of the South were recognized
to-day by the appointment of -ex-Congresss-jnan
Robert Smalls, oi Beaufort, S. C, to
the office of Collector of Customs at Bean
fort This is supposed to offset in a way
thewiurydoneto Smalls in depriving him of
his seat in the Fifty-first CongreiR, -which was
accomplished by the apathy of many Repub
lican Congressmen, who secretly preferred a
white man's Congress, and by the filibustering
of the Democrats whenever an attempt was
made to call np the case.
There was absolutely no doubt of Mr. Smalls'
honest election. His campaign and subsequent
contest were exceedlnirlr expensive to him.
and really took almost the last penny of his
resources. The Collectorship will therefore
come to him as timely relief. It pays 51.000.
rear and fees are allowed to the limit of $2,000.
CaDtaln Smalls was indorsed by every business
man except two in Beaufort and surrounding
A mri-LB TO MAIONE.
Superintendent Malone, of the Fittsburg
Postofflce building, has by this time received a
letter from the Supervising Architect of tire
Treasury inf ornnne him that Foreman John
son is to have entire charge of the setting and
rigging, without Interference from Mr. Malone.
It is Mr. "Windnm's impression in regard to the
duties of the Superintenaent of Construction
that he should merely supervise and inform
the department of errors or bad work, and not
that he should assume charce of the work aDd
draw plummet and level on every stone and
This also disposes of Mr. Malone's assumed
prerogative of dismissing workmen at pleasure
and the appointment of others of his own
rjinfni, nimthn r nf the foreman of riceinsT.
The discharged foreman is now injtbis city and
may possibly be reinstated. It is believed at
the department that things are now taking
such shape that the work on the building will
o on as well as under the late Superintendent,
QUAY'S HASX VISIBLE.
The first tangible evidence of Senator Quay's
presence in the city came to-day in the ap
pointment of Thomas T. Penman, of Wilkes
barre. Internal Revenue Collector lor the
Twelfth Pennsylvania district. Hr.Penman is
an energetic young Republican who has been
Chairman for some time past of the Luzerne
County Committee. Ex-Congressman Scranton
and Congressman Elrct Wright wanted Lancer,
of Mr. Scranton's paper, the Scranton
Jiepublican, and ex-Congressman Osborne
backed Miller, another active Republican
of "tVilkesbarre, Scranton and "Wright suc
ceeded in getting Senator Quay to indorse
Lancer, but the tight became so bitter that Sec
retary Wmdom advised taking a new man.
Osborne got wind of the movement yesterday
and telegraphed a request that nothing be done
until he could confer with the Secretary, but
Quay, scranton ana wngnt comnraea tnis
morning on Penman and pressed the case so
hard that the appointment was made while
Osborne was still en route.
While Mr. Osborne may not be wholly
pleased with his treatment, it is thought the
appointment will be quite popular with all fac
tions. Senator Quay remained most of the
time to-day quietly in his rooms, going out
only to accompany his son, the Lieutenant, to
the railway station, and start him for his post
at Fort Bill.
A BLOW AT EOSSA.
His Libel tfnlt Agalnit the Catholic Kewi
Dismissed A Fall Expose of the
methods He Has Pursued A
Letter From Labouchere.
rsFZCUX TXLXOBAX TO XBX SISFITCB.
New Xobk, June 13. The complaint of
O'Donovan Rossa against P. S. Cassidy, for
libel, was dismissed to-day by Police Jus
tice .Smith in the Court of Special Ses
sions. Cassidy attacked Bossa in an article
in the Catholic itrj some time ago accusing
him of misappropriating funds while head of
the Fenian Brotherhood, being a traitor to the
Irish cause and a very bad Irishman generally.
One of the witnesses was Dick Short,
the dynamiter who carved up Captain
Phelan in Kossa's office, who testi
fied aralnst his former cronr. He said
that Bossa bad acknowledged in his paper the
receipt of $550 for 8horVs defense, while he.
Short, was in the Tombs awaiting trial. Rossa
had paid him only $300 and still owed him CaO.
James Barrett testified that he was a member
ot the committee that investigated charges
against Rossa of "fraud, treason, traltory. In
discretion and violation ot the constitution of
the Fenian Brotherhood." This formidable
gauntlet of charges, Mr. Barrett said, had been
sustained by the evidence, but the organization
deemed it inadvisable to depose Rossa. The
sensation of the proceedings was the reading
by Mr. Cassidv of a letter from Henry La
boucbere, the Liberal M. P.. and supporter of
Parnell. The letter was dated April 21 and
marked "private." It was a response to a letter
of inquiry written by Mr. Cassidy. It ran thus:
"Dear Sib I think you will find that these
facts are correct: On July 2L 1883, Rossa (or
someone else) shot at James McDermott. Same
day check for 25, drawer of check James Mc
Dermott, name of bank Fulton Bank, of Brook
lvn, N. Y. If you refer to the subsequent
'ew York papers yen will find that Rossa ad
mitted that he knew McDermott was an in
former. If you refer to Rossa's paper you will
find that check was not acknowledged. You
will also find at the bank that Bossa cashed
the check, and as matter ot fact you can assert
that the money was received two days before
from the British Vice Consul by an agent of
tne British Government, and handed to Mc
Dermott for Rossa."
Lawyer O'Brien said his case was completed,
and Justice Smythe immediately got up and
walked off the bench, exclaiming curtly: "Case
Rosa said the statements ot Labouchere
were false. Cassidy intimated that he would
get after the publisher of the United Irithman
for circulating matter inciting to assassination.
Old Sherry. fulTquarts ....50o
Extra Old Sherry, full quarts ...75o
Old Port, full quarts, ..50c
Extra Old Port, lull quarts ..75o
Biesling, fall quarts... ........ .40c
Angelica, full quarts , ...50c
Muscatel, full quarts. -50c
Tokay, full quarts ....., -50c
For sale by G. W. Schmidt,
Nos. 95 and 97 Filth ave.
Cashmere Shoulder Cnpca or Fichu1 sV
Richly embroidered and with heavy
knotted fringes. A large line of these just
opened, ranging in price from $6 to the very
finest quality. These are all large slies
and best French make.
JOS. HOkne & Co.'s
Peart Avenue Stored.
Black MoaAiBS A choice line of these
very desirable and beautiful fabrics just
received; prices from 75c to $1 50 a yd., all
42 inches wide. Htmrjs & Hacks: .
Anheuser-Busch St Louis, Budweiser and
Anheuser beer in cases of 2 dozen quarts and
4 dozen pints; liberal allowance for empties;
also, the same beers in casks of 6 dozen
quarts and 10 dozen pints.
SCHUETZ, BENZIEHAtrSKN & CO.,
100 and 102 Market St., cor. First are.
At 75 Cents,
Seven lots of imported dress goods were
(1 15 to $1 75 a yard a drop of 91 a yard
is not an everyday affair, but that is the
fact now on some of these 75-oent dress
goods. Jos. HORNE& Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
TVe 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,
Sign of Big Clock on Sidewalk.
Wo will close our store at 5 P.M., except
Saturdays, until September 1. jelO-HWF
AXXIOUS ABOUT HAITI.
The Department nan Ordered Another War
Temel to the Island.
"WASHnfGTOJf, June 13. All applica
tions at the State Department for informa
tion respecting the contents ot the cable
gram received yesterday from Eayti are met
with a pointed refusal, the officials even de
clining to make the negative statement that
there was nothing alarming in the news. Sec
retary Tracy, however, was willing to say that
the dispatch did not reveal the existence of a
dufeerous state of affairs at Haytl. but an
other omcer who had seen the cablegram
hinted that it told of renewed fighting between
the factions on the island.
Commodore Ramsay, of the New York Kavy
Yard, had a long private interview with the
Secretary of the Kavy this morning. Secre
tary Tracy has ordered the Kearsarge to pro
ceed at once to Haytl. She will carry with her
Admiral GherardU It was the original inten
tion to send the Boston on this mission, and she
could make the trip in about half the time that
will be taken by the Kearsarge, bnt the latter
has been substituted because the Boston is
what is technically known as a "fever ship,"
and it would be hazardous to again expose her
to yellow fever.
They Discus Various Topics. Elect Officers
and Choose Delegates.
Eeie, June 13. The TJniversalists' Con
vention of Pennsylvania closed its annual
session here to-day. The prograame was
Conference Council and Woman's Centenary
Association. Mrs. Louise Thomas and others
spoke. The theme was: "The relation of
voman to the work of the church; second, her
work in the parish, religious and social." Read
ing was selected for the next convention, and
Rev. E. F. Pcmber, of Titusville, chosen to de
liver the sermon. The following officers were
elected: President, Hon. E. Q. Lee, of Phila
delphia: Vice President, Hon. Charles S. Rus
sell, of Tonawanda.N. Y.: Secretary, Rev. S. A.
Bisbecof Philadelphia; Treasurer, Rev. George
C. Thomas, of Philadelphia: Trustees. E. C.
Sweetzer. W. and W. SI. Hart, of Philade
pha; Frank Pierce, of Sharpsville.
The delegates to the General Convention
were as follows: Rev. S. Williams, of Pitts
burg; Rev. T. W. Crichett, of Linesvllle; J. J.
Pierce, of Sharpsville: William Hart, Jr.. and
Mrs. Robb Wormald, of Conneautville: Mrs. 8.
D. Lyons, of Susquehanna. Committee on
Fellowship and Ordination, E. D. Sweetzer, of
Philadelphia: Rev. W. S. Williams, of Pitts
burg: Rev. G. F. Barnes, of Tldioute; J. B.
London, of Tionesta; J. M. Force, of Erie.
Fine" Scotch zephyr sideband suitings,
forty and fifty-cent qualities at 25.
Booqs & Bmrx.
I AM selling a fine Havana Key West
cigar 5 for 25c William J. Feiday,
WTSu 633 Smithfield street.
FRIDAY, ME II,
Deess Laces Chantilly flouncings,
fish and drapery nets have never been in as
great request before; the largest variety at
the lowest prices and in the choicest styles
to be found at Hugus & Hacke's. MWFsu
Wm, J. Feiday's Marie cigars are very
fine; 3 for 25c 633 Smithfield st. -ffTSU
THE FIFTEENTH WAED GETS IT.
A KUMBEE OF COLLECTORS.
President Harrison Sncceeds in Slaking
Several Persons Happy.
Wasitotgtok; June 13. The President
tit a late hour this afternoon made the fol
Donald McLean, of New York, to be General
Appraiser of Merchandise for the port of New
York. To be Collectors of Internal Revenue:
Thomas F. Penman, for the Twelfth district of
Pennsylvania; Henry Fink, for the First dis
trict of Wisconsin; Earl M. Rogers, for the
Second district of Wisconsin; John Feland, for
the Second district or Kentucky: Albert Scott,
for the .Fifth district of Kentucky John J.
Landram, for the Sixth district of Kentucky;
.a. .d. -Duruaui, iur uic xagnui oistricL 01 Ken
tucky. Blaine Not Bind at Bismarck.
WASmNGT05,June 13. There is the highest
authority for the statement that there is no
foundation whatever for the Btory published in
ITe w York this afternoon that Secretary Blaine
bad ordered the American commissioners to
withdraw from the Samoan Conference nnless
more concessions are made. The negotiations
at Berlin, it is said, are proceeding in perfect
A CASE THAT FAILED.
Bids Taken for the Erection of That
Fonntaln Lately Talked Of,
The Fifteenth ward people get the fountain
at first intended to be shared with the Seven
teenth ward people. The Seventeenth warders
objected to the site chosen by the Fifteenth
ward and so refuse to unite. The committee in
charge has closed an agreement with the mana
gers of the Irwin estate by which the use ot all
the water that comes from the Government
spring, at the head of Forty-fourth street, to
that property Is secured. The Irwin estate se
enred half the water sunnlied hv ririn? the
right of way for pine which was laid through
the property. The estate has been offered M0, 000
to relinquish the claim, bnt the offer was re
fused. Nowthe claim has been surrendered on
condition that the doners run a sewer pipe
through the property. The committee has re
ceived sealed bids for the erection of the
Eight Lots of Imported Dress Goods at 50
Were ?l to $1 50 per yard certainly these
are the goods you want to see.
Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
8,000 yards genuine Scotch zephyr ging
hams, choice goods at 15 cents a yard.
Boqqs & Buhl.
This immense stock of
of X R. ANDERSON'S,. pnrchased from the
Sheriff .for Spot Cash, is turar opportunity to
THE FINEST LINE OF
Ever shown in Western Pennsylvania.
Our stock Includes Infants'
Cloaks, Short Goats, Ooats, Blips,
Robes, Dresses, Skirts, Flannels,
Wrappers, Shawls and Sacques,
Hand-knit Zephyr Sacques,
Bootees, Caps, eto.; Silk, Mull and
Lape Caps; Bibs and Feeders, Bub
ber Diapers, Bands, eta Baby
Powders, Puff and Powder Boxes,
Sponges, 'Combs, Brushes and
We call special attention to our line of
From $2 to $45 Each.
138 Federal St, Allegany, Pa.
Ip you have not smoked 'the La Perla del
Fumar Key "West Cigar you have lost a
treat Sold 3 for 23c G.W.Schmidt,
Nos. 93 and 97 Fifth Ave.
Wm. J. Friday's Marie cigars are very
fine; 3 for 25c. 633 Smithfield st. WFSu
Ask for The Albert cigar, 3 for 23o, or
$6 BO per 100. "Wm. J. Feidat,
WFSu 633 Smithfield st
Lots of Fine Dress Ginghams at 15 and 20
A yard and the real Scotch at 20 and 23
cents newest styles.
JOS. HOBKB & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
B. & B.
8,000 yards very desirable Scotch zephyr
ginghams, colors and mourning, at 15 cents
a yard. Boggs & Buhl.
POLAND NASH On Wednesday, June li,
1S89, at Sacred Heart Church, East End, by
Rev. Father Keanc, Jons F. Poland to Mary
Q., daughter of P. G. Nash, both of Pittsburg.
Non-Alcobollc gammer Drinks.
Apollinaris water, "Wilhelm's Quelle
water, Cantrell & Cochrane imported gin
ger ale and club soda.
SCHUETZ, KENZIEHATJSE2.- & CO.,
100 and 102 Market st, cor. First ave.
B. ot B,
They're here for you those 50-cent fine
imported dress goods, and i regular
price. Boggs &BrHL.
gammer Dress Goods Sale.
You can buy $1 to $1 75 dress fabrics
50 and 75 cents a yard here.
Jos. Hohhe & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Some Sensational Disclosures Stop a Trial
That Was In Progress.
Chicago, June 13. A suit for $25,000
damages against the Chicago and Eastern
Illinois Bailroad terminated in a sensa
tional fiasco in Jndge Anthony's court to
day. Mrs. Anna E. Bailey, the claimant,
claimed to have received severe spinal injuries
in the explosion of a locomotive of the Mo
mence accommodation near the Polk street
depot, Chicago, in February, 1S87, and was sup
Vorted in her evidence by her brother and Mrs.
Frances B. Foreman. The defense produced
evidence that the railroad ticket which Mrs.
Bailey exhibited in conrt bad really been
furnished her weeks after the accident by a
detective of the railroad, Mrs. Bailey havlcc
made repeated requests for a ticket of a date
previous to the explosion. Letters were also
produced wherein the claimant agreed to pay
a man named Smith $100 and a Danville man a
like amount for certain false evidence which
they were to testify to In the case.
Mrs. Bailey was so thunderstruck as to even
Sail to deny the authenticity of the letters to
which her signature was attached. Ber attor
neys. Wood and Willetts, renonnced the case
openly in court, and Jndge Anthony requested
the Bute's Attorney to present the matter to
the grand jury and ask for indictments against
Mrs. Bailey. Mrs. Foreman and Nathaniel B.
Baldwin, the brother, for perjury.
A BEACE OF BUEGLAES,
Said to be From Pittsburg, Are Lodged In
the Franklin Jail,
rsrxcut. tzxegoax to tub risrATCH.i
FBAKKLnr, June 13. James Leonard
and Charles Sprague, two professional bur
glars, who are said to belong to Pittsburg,
were lodged in the county jail last night, hav
ing been captured in Oil City, while engaged in
robbing the st- of the Oil City Beef Com.
pany. xney are ueneveu to do memners ot the
nklin House, in this ci
Smoke the best. La Perla del Fnmar
clear Havana Key West Cigars. Sold 3 for
25c by G. "W. Schmidt,Nos. 95 and 97 Fifth
Mnrringo Licenses Granted Yesterday.
J Barry E. Bryan Westmoreland co
I Kosle A. Ulrr Westmoreland co
( Gottfried GcrglnsU ,...Etna borough
I Caroline Bier tv.v..Etn borough
Frank niggard Lxtrobe
tllUlle B. Yiilthlng Latrobe
(Joseph K. Slater Pltttburr
1 Marr E. Brown tfttstmrg
Henry Frichtel Plum township
( Mary Brlsca ....r.,.I'Inm toirnthlp
Morris Miller Plttsbnr?
Kacuael WllkvosKl Pittsburg
(Charles John son Braddock
i Annie Anderson Braddock
(Joseph White Pittsbnrjr
I Alice Connary. Pittsburg
( Edward NabaleV. Allegheny
i Lizzie Anderson Allegheny
Lizzie 'UoeLenfass Pittsburg
( William A. Seibert Moon townshin
(Amelia Schmidt .Bellevue
Jesse B. Fellnley McKeesport
Lena belts West Fairfield
(Michael O'Ncll Pittsburg
JDella Hoe Pittsburg
( Lewis C. Gross Allegheny
1 Sadie A. Donnelly Allegheny
(Samuel J. Hlrschberger Pittsburg
1 Lucy Aiken Pittsburg
(Charles P. Graff. Pittsburg
I Caroline Magel Pittsburg
(Joseph W. McEean Pittsburg
Charlotte Davis West .Elizabeth
BRAGDON Wednesday, June 12, Mattie
J., wife of W. H.Bragdon, in the 29th year of
Funeral from the residence of her husband
on Neville Island, opposite Avalon station, on
Satubsat, June 15, at 10.30 a. k. Friends of
the family are Invited to attend. 2
FARLEY On Tuesday. June 11, 1SS9, at 50
p. M., at his father's residence. Emsworth, Pa.,
Oliver Herbert Farley, only son of James
P. and Amanda Farley, aged 83 years.
Funeral services Friday morning at 10 o'clock.
Interment private at a later hour. 2
HAND On Wednesday, June 12, 1SS9, at 9.30
p. m.. Mart A. Hand, aged 75 years.
Washington county, Pa., papers please copy.
KIRK On Wednesday, June 12. 1S89. at
Bradford, Pa., CHARLES, son of David Kirk,
in his 81st year.
Funeral services at the chapel of H. Samson,
Sixth ave.. on Satubsat horning, June 15,
at 10.30 o'clock. 2
O'NEDLL On Wednesday evening, June 12,
ISS9, at his residence. No. 6409 Howe street,
John E. O'Neill, aged 66 years.
Funeral services Friday, June 14, at 2 P. K.
Friends of the family are respectfully Invited
8HIDLE At Atlantic City, N. J., on Tues
day, June 1L 1SSV, at ISO P.M.. GeterC.
Siiidle, In his 5Sth year.
Funeral will take place at the Sixth Presby
terian Church, corner Franklin and Townsend
streets, on tilts (Friuay) afternoon at 2
o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully
Invited to attend. Please omit flowers.
STRAIN On Thursday, June 13, 1SS9, at 4.15
r. M., Cornelius Strain, aged 3 years.
Funeral will take place fiom bis late resi
dence, 815 Webster avenue, on Saturday
morning, June 15, at 8.30 o'clock. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend.
VANDERVORT On Thursday. June 13.
1889, at 2 o'clock, MARY, youngest daughter of
G. W. and Nettie Vandervort, aged 6 months
Funeral from the residence of her parents,
147 Irwin avenue, Allegheny, on Saturday,
June 15, at 10 o'clock. Friends of the family
are respectfully Invited to attend.
In the Prices of
BAND OR GULLOi
They will at present buy consid
erably more than 10O cents' worth
from us. because we have reduced
the prices of a large number of
suits of which weliave 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's Cutaway Suits
now 89, $10 00, $11, 913 50 and
815. Men's Sack Suits at $8, 89,
810, 812 and 813 SO. Boys' Suits,
sizes from 13 to 18 years, at 84,
85 75, 86 50, 87 60 and 810,
and Kilt Suits in two-piece styles
at $2 75, 83, $3 50, 84 and 84 50.
Our assortment of Hats is jn every
respect complete. The prices low.
Tailors, ClotMere aM Hatters,
161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny.
Not a Wholesale
The business of selling
clothing1 is going on as usual.
Under a mistaken notion of
its effect some .stores imagine
clothing prices can be kicked
about like a football
Mean clothing can't profit
much by that course. If it's
reliable, there's no need for a
total collapse in prices, if only
what is just is asked at the
Just prices can be got. We
know that by experience.
When reductions in our own
dependable clothmjg are
made, they have weiguit with
Some lots are lower in
price: not .all. Seasonable
goods are lower. We needn't
heap up words.
Thin Goods coming in
daily. Proper prices.
Merchant Tailoring done
well. 1,000 styles of goods.
Expectations More Than Realized
Quick Answers to Our Truth
ful Advertisements Grand
Continuation of Our Great
Forced Sale, Begun So Aus
piciously Last Week.
Matchless HHllinery at MoDey-Sarai
Sixth street and Fenn avenue.
Lata as the season is, jou'H find no dwindled
stock to select from here. We're doing aome
thine that -would give other milliners a frlgnt.
We're inventing new styles and making up
fresh supplies. We knowwell need tnem. As
fast as buyers carry Hats and Bonnets off thi
workrooms still turn in new.
Hat styles you have been looking for and
missed seeing until now. You'll hear of fins
Lace Hats every whipstitch of other milliners
advertising. Here you'll find the Lace Hats la
all the realty of fineness. An abundant supply
and prices cut in half.
Silk Department Unparalleled
3 yards heavy All-Silk Surahs, la allth
lauing cotors, tc; usual p
500 yards the Standard
leading colors. c: usual nrice. 85c
rt enj- j. . . . .. ' i-
a iron rame Gran.
SEND FOR PRICE LIST.
Solid and Cut-Out Patterns. Meishman & C!o's.
"We have a beautiful Ihia of the above
styles of Trimmings which we wish, to close
out this month. We have put the KNIFE
and the SCISSORS into the PEICESand
cut them at both ends, so that if you want
Trimmings of any kind you can buy them
VERY, VEEY CHEAP. We cannot be
gin to describe the patterns or give a list oi
all the reductions made further than to say
that we are selling some $1 styles for 60c,
and some $1 50 styles for 75c, and $2 and
$2 60 styles for f 1 per yard, and propor
tionate reductions for piece goods. Come
and see the bargains for yourself.
NEW DEPABTMMT STOBES,
504,506 and 508 Market st,
HORNE & WARD,
&1 FIFTH A.TENWEL
WOEBNER On Wednesday, June 1Z 18
at 1020 a. m., Masoaset Louisa, wife
Kangwno roDDea mo sure oi o. j. .uae ies and
xne irranjum aoum, w uui cikt. on jaonaay
night, when they secured several nundred doll-
This section of the State Is overrun with
thieves and burglaries are a nightly occurrence,
and the people are worked up to such an ex
tent that they have asked for an increase of the
John C Woeruer, in her 71th year.
Funeral services from First German Lutheran
Church, Sharpsburg, Fa., on Fmday at 2
o'clock. Friends are invited. 2
WILLIAMS At his residence. Sycamore
Street, lit. Washington, on Wednesday, June
12. 1SS9. at 4:50 V. M., BlCHAED D. WnxiAits.
Funeral Fbidat afternoon at 3. Odd
Fellows, Knights of Pythias and Heptasophs
are cordially invited to attend.
WAGENHAEU8EB On Thursday. June
13, 1SS). at 9:20 a. jc, Basbasa Wages
HAEtrsEB, nee Buch, wife of Michael Wagen
haeuser, aged 54 years, 3 months and 5 days.
Funeral Sunday aftebnoon at 1 o'clock
from her late residence. 193 Spring Garden ave
nue, Allegheny. Friends of the family axe re
spectfully invited to attend. 2
YOUNG On Thursday morning, June IS,
1889, only son ot A. W. Young, aged 3 months.
Funeral on Frit Air at 2 o'clock p, JI..70 West
Market street, city.
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold & Co, Llm.,)
UNDERTAKER. AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1134 Fenn avenue. Tele
phone connection. mylOW-Mwrsu
It Witt Fay You to Visit Our
Store This Week.
As we are offering the greatest values ever
known here. We warrant all onr goods to be
first-class in every particular.
LADIES. Corset Covers, 20o to $3 25;
Drawers, 25c to 175; Chemises, 29c to S3;
Gowns, 48c to S525; Skirts, 48e to $1 60.
MISSES. Drawers, 10c to 65c; Gowns, all at
cost; Skirts, 30c to SI; Skirts (own make), tl;
Waists, 30c to finest.
CORSET8. C. P., $1 60 to S3 60: R. & G., $1 60
to 82 25; Ball's, 76c to SI 25; Dr. Warner's. SI 25;
French Woven, 60c, 75c and SI; Ventilating,
95c and SI 20: Waists, 25c to SI 60; White, drab,
black and colors.
GLOVES. Misses' Lisle Bilk, 25c 35c and
60c: Reinforced Fingers, 72c and 83c; Lisle, 23o
to 50c; Ladies' Silk, 25c to $1.
EMBROIDERIES, ETC. Edgings, 7c to 60c;
Insertlngs, 10c to 35c: Flouncings, 25c to SI 25;
Skirtings. 22-Inch, S7Kc to Jl 60; 44-lnch, 80c to
APRONS. Plain, 25c to SI 25; Trimmed, 40o
to 2 50.
PHXOW SHAMa-Plaln. $L SI 25. SI So;
Trimmed, SI 75 to S8; Hemstitched, $475,16 75,
A, G, CAMPBELL & SOUS,
710 PENN AVENUE. 710
Between Seventh and Eighth sts.
IS 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 fae.r
NBAS NlHTH STKEET.
E30pen Saturday nights till 10 (clock.
A m c
Caps, 50c; belts, 60c; blazers, S3 60 and Si;
knee pants, S3 and S3 60; long pants. $5; silk
sashes, all colors, S3 60: flannel shirts, all colors,
from S150; silk jersej shirts, S4 to ST. These
suits are of the best Imported English shrunk
flannels. The belts and sashes are of woven
silk. The shirts and jerseys otthe finest flan
nels and silks. Ladles' blazers, S3 60 and Si.
See our complete English outfits, including
cap, blazer, belt, shirt and pants, onlrSlO.
-sua a i haw nio. ave.
prising Plain White. Granite,
r rencn unma.
In ordinary, medium and finest grades, com-
wnlte. Oranlte, Vienna and
Havilland's decorated China.
as well as Royal Worcester Sets. We have an
assortment of open stock patterns of Dinner
Ware, enabling purchasers to select any num
ber of pieces desired for Dinner Sets.
THE J. P. SMITH
Lamp, Glass & China Co,,
935 Penn Avenue.
Bet. Ninth and Tenth Streets.
P. a 'TIs an oft told tale that we are head
quarters for Wedding Gifts. We are main
taining our reputation. jetMvrau
dine at one-half original cost nf lmnnrtAtinn
New Invoice of Black and Colored Faille)
Francalse, rare value, 89c, worth SI 50.
Our stock of Printed India Silks Is too Urea
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
HenriettasJn all the latest colorings, 25c.
uu picues xiiuminaiea .aionairs. 2 incnes
wide, a Tery popnlar cloth, beantifnl range of
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 Cballies, in very effective
designs and rich coloring, double width, 23c.
600 pieces double width Tongietta Cloth, In
plain, stripes and checks. Would be cheap as
SOc: our price, 15c
300 pieces beautiful Coalites large assort
ment to select from at one-half the price of
other stores, 6c.
Two Jersey Bargains That WHl
Sen on Signt
Silk- Braid Ribboned Jerseys, finest Cash
mere. In spring shades. Also tailor-bound Jer
seys a SI 99; worth more than doable. i
Silk Smocked Jerseys. Tailor Coat-back,
Vest-fxontJerseys. -Pretty Puffed andPleated '
Blouse Jerseys- all go at SI 99; worth from S3 50
Captivating value our Ladles' Irish Peasant
Cloaks, all colors, $7 42.
Special Parasol Bargains.
1,000 Parasols, elegant designs and colon,
worth from SI 25 to S2. your pick from Monday
until the entire lot is sold, at 75c each.
Mme, KellogE's Frencli Tailor System
of dress cutting. The only system in America
that cuts the Worth bias dart. It consists
of a tailor's wooden sqnare, wooden dart and
sleeve rule and scales, the same as best merch
ant tailors use. and a 40-nage Instruction book.
System and thorough instruction in cutting
and basting. 810. Call for circulars or address
M. A. DAVIS, 644 Penn ave. myl4-TVTSu
Successors to Morris EDanziEer,
SIXTH ST. AND
MLLE. E. DREYER.
NO. 644 PENN AVENUE,
IMPORTER OF FRENCH MILLINERT.
Trimmed Bonnets and round Hats.
Mourning a Specialty.
Straw Hats for gentlemen and ladies, boys
and misses In the sailor, yacht and all new-
shapes and brands from 60c.
SI HAMMOCKS. SI.
As usual, we are the first in the field with the
best Hammocks at the lowest orices. Try our
American woven "Perfection" Hammock; best
In the world: length 11 feet, width 3 feet: will
not pull off buttons like the old style Mexican
Hammock; only SL We have big family and
IIORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE.
, III Erects 9t Tobacco v
Do Not Delay taking Hood's Sarsaparilla if
you hare that feeling of languor or exhaustion
which is often the warning symptom of ap
proaching sickness. This medicine expels all
impurities from the blood, cures scrofula and
all humors, creates an appetite, assists diges
tion, strengthens the nerves, and imparts
health to every organ of the body.
Hood's Ssrssperllla is sold br all dmsektc
J. Prepared by C. I. HOOD 4 CO., LovelL Mass,
JAMES M. FULLERTON,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. OBevemth Street.
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND kmtt.at
A. M. & J. B. MX7B.DOCB,
t-1 A SMITHFIELD ST.
OlU Telephone 429. de6-f-MWy
CHOICE FREH FLOWERS.
HARDY ROSES AND BEDDDSG-OUT
JOHN B. & A. MUBDOOH,
Telephone 289. 08 8tfXTHrtBi.s ST.
TJEPRESENTEU IN PITXSBURU IN ISO.
ASSETS - . (9171,00838.
Insurance Co, ef North America.
JONES64 Fourth avenue. ja2042-a J
Is here. Tou will need curtains renovated and
carpets cleaned. There is but one place where
you can get them done in the best manner pos
sible, and that is at
ALLEGHENY STEAM XAUNDRY.
Offices In Pittsburg, 443 Smithfield street, 1913
Carson street, and 100 Federal street, Alleghe
y. Works, 353-309 Beaver avenue, Allegheny
Telephone 1264. mh2S-M'wT
ANCHOR REMEDY COMP'NY,
829 LTBERTY STREET,
J. B. Golden, 6102 Butler street;
city, says: "I was able to throw
away my crutches after using one
'half a bottle of tha Anchor Klien.
matlc Remedy. I consider my dure
marvelons and heartily indorse
the remedy." Price 60c.
We would be elad ta nave Ton
give the Anchor Sarsaparilla a trial. 'Tis the
ideal blood purifier, and is especially adapted
enriching tne blood and invigorating the sys
tem." Our Beef. Wine and Iron la also meeting the
wants of the public. 'Tis the best tonic In the
market and we confidently recommend it as
such. Our price of each 75 cents; six bottles S4.
ZEprTTTCT A INSDRANCE CO,
xlll 1 LN -Ci. Hartford, Cortn.
Assets, January L BS7 Sy,KB,!fcV 50
EDWARDS & KENNEY, Agents,
on Fourth avenue FittsbarK
441 WOOD STREET.
Five Doors below Fifth avenue. Jel4-arwr
THE MERCANTILE AGENCY
R. G. Dun & Co.,
Germania Bank Building, 423 Wood street, cor
ner of Diamond, Pittsburg, Pa.
This establishment supplies all necessary
information as to the standing, responsibility,
etc, of business men throughout North Amer
ica. It is the oldest and by far the most com
ilete and extensive system ever organized for
he accommodation of Banking and Mercantile
intcreBts and the General Promotion and Pro
tection of Trade.
Debts Collected and Legal Business Attended
to throughout the North American Continent.
.A. 37 IB IN" T S
O. D. LEVIS. Solicitor of Patents.
121 Fifth avenue, above Smithfield, next Leader
omce. faoaeiay.j 3ianusnea zu years,
When Making Tour Purchases, and by Doing So
You Will Save Money.
This can only be done by purchasing of a good, reliable firm, and we have tht
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 TLME TO BUY,
As there Is but very little time now left before the busy season starts. Come now
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 ths
house, and it is full of them. Hurry, now, and get the attention paid you thatcan
not be given when we have become busy.
lovely New Parlor Suits.
. Elegant New Bedroom Suits.
New Carpets. Neto Bugs.
New Druggets. New Goods.
Everything new, from the highest to the lowest, and don't forget that anythlsw
in our house can be bought either for
CASH OR VERY EASY PAYMENTS.
HOPPER BROS. & CO.,
307 WOOD STREET, BET. THIRD AND FOURTH AYES.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE "OTHIGH ARM" DAVIS SEWING MACHINE.
Open Soturdttys "Until lo o'oloolc
We Are Offering This Week a Marvelous Array of Bar-
ThI""1 1 ' K, A gains, Such as Will Interest and Pay Everybody to
Apollinaris, Bedford, Poland, Salu-
I U11JU tans, strontla, Saratoga, Bnrnde,
BIXTH AVENUE. jal2-68-Hwr
SUITS JLNJD WttJLJPS.
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 s eason's prices. Cloth Jackets, light
weights, ?1 25, $1 60 and np. in a variety of style'. Stockinette Jackets, colored and
black, $3, 54 and $5. Handsome perfect-fitting Jersilys in black, cream and colored
plain, braided, smocked and embroidered. A black J jrsey as low as 37Kc- Silk and
Cashmere Wraps, lace-trimmed and beaded, special iltyles for elderly ladies, $5, $6 and
up. Conemaras and Cape Newmarkets, light weights, " in gTeat variety, at low prices.
Embroidered Cashmere Fichus, Summer Shawls, InfantsY Cloaks, embroidered and plain,
all at bargain prices. See the new colored Silk Blouses,' pleated and smocked, ?6 up
very desirable and ready sellers. Our Suit stock is very complete Drices and styles are
right Stuff Suits, Silk Suits, Wash Suits in Ginehams, 1 5a tines, Challis, etc., 54, $5 and
up. Hisses' white and colored Suits. Infants' outfits complete. Ho such a magnificent
uispiay to oe seen eisewnere.
WOOL DRESS Q-OOIDS.
In this denartment the cut has still been deeuer. Good, serviceable, strlish fabrics at
10c, 12a and 16c; were 15c to 26c 37U goods now 26c, in .viripes. plaids' mixtures and
fancy weaves. 40-inch gray mixed, afl-wool Serge'at 23c, vorta 50c All-wool French
Stripes and Plaids, 60o; were 76c. 40-inch plain, light colored tCaaimir and Serges at 40c;
were 60c The best 40-inch Colored Henriettas at 50c ever exhibited anywhere. Handsome
lines of novelties! or combinations, 75c to 2 a yard. Black ' Wool Cashmeres, All-wool
and Silk Warp. Henriettas, Serges, Nana' Veilings, etc, at low' prices.
SampleslSoiirt ori Bequest.
OUR WASH GOODS DEPARTMENT
Shows rare bargains in Challis, 6c, 6o and up. Seersuckers and dress stvles Ginghams,
Cc up. Satines, 7c, 8c, 10c and 12Jc for the best American goods. French Satines,
22e; were 36c see them. Plaid India Linons, etc Scotch Ginghams, 20o and 25c
Co not neglect to see the new importation of Scotch, German and Irish Table Linens.
We begin them at 20c, and show the best 50c Table Damask ever sold in any market. 72
inch wide at 75c, 87c and SI, in beautiful patterns. Bargains in Towels, Napkins,
HOSIERY JLZTJD GKLOTES.
Ladies plain and fancy Hose, 10c a pair up. Solid blacks a specialty. The fast blaok
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 Kid
Gloves, stitched back, G2c; regular $1 goods. A five-hook real Kid at $1 are $1 60
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.
Opr Millinery stock kept up by dally openings of latest styles Hats and Bonnets,
Flowers, Bibbons, Tips, Laces, etc, at onr well-known low prices.
Bargains in Carpets, Bugs, Mats and Oil Cloths. Bargains in Parasols and Silk
Umbrellas. Bargains in Lace and heavy Curtains. Bargains in black and colored Silk.
Orders JPromjitly A.toxid.ecl To.
165, 167 and 16&FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY, PA.