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THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, ' STJNTDAY, TUNE 16, 1889.-
TEE SECRET IS SAFE.
There Will be No Investigation as to
PAYEE'S CASE IS A PRECEDENT.
Senator Sawyer Very Dusy Looking After
His Friends' Interest.
IHE TDBLIC PBIXTBR'S PATKONAGE
TErECIAI. TELEGRAM TO THBOlBrjLTCS.l
"Washisctox, June 15. Whether or
not "William E. Chandler used money to se
cure his nomination for United States Sena
tor in the caucus of the Republicans of the
Xcw Hampshire Legislature, it is very cer
tain that any charges that may be made as
to the action of the caucus will not be in
vestigated by the Senate. The precedent
ha already been established, and there is
110 prospect that the Senate trill override it
until the complexion of that body shall be
radically changed. It will be remembered
that jtfurat Halstead was recently rejected
by the Senate to which he had been nomi
nated Minister to Germany, chiefly for the
reason that he had criticised the methods
by which a United States Senator was
alleged to have been chosen by the Ohio
It is remembered also that the reason as
signed why the Senate did not investigate
the charges of bribery in the election of
Senator Payne, although strongly urged to
do so by prominent Republicans, was that
allegation as made affected only the Demo
cratic caucus held by the 80 members of that
partv in the Legislature prior to Payne's
election on joint ballot The theory of the
Senate seems to have been that if the seat
was purchased the votes secured were in the
caucus and not in the Legislature, and that
the Senate has no power to go behind the
returns to inquire about the action of a
CAUCUS BRIBERY ALL BIGHT.
It was decided to be beyond the power, if
it was not beneath the dignity, of the Sen
ate to inquire into the proceedings of a cau
cus. This is not the principle upon which
the Louisiana resolution, so called, of Mr.
Chandler himself is based, xne resolution
assumes that the Senate has almost unre
stricted right to inquire into allegations of
bribery in connection with the election of
Senators. The Senate, however, has estab
lished a very different theory as to State's
rights, and is not likely to change it now.
The buriporters of Mr. Galfinger were
very confident that their favorite would be
successful. One of the points upon which
they seemed to rely was that Gallinger was
the assumed favorite of the administration.
He was an original Harrison man; was suc
cessful in holding bis delegation to Harri
son in the Chicago Convention, and was one
of the few members of tbe Lower House who
received a personal invitation to visit the
President-elect at Indianapolis. His name
was even mentioned as a possible member of
AX ACTIVE SKJTATOK.
Senator Sawyer's globular presence has
been seen in tbe departments almost daily
of late. Old politicians from the Badger
State, who have kept notched sticks, say
the old man has got more places for "Wiscon
sin men than all the other Senators and
members of the State ever have secured. A
story he told the other night in a party of
friends shows what he thinks of his occupation-
"When I was a bov 1" years old I bought
my time. For $100 my father let me off
from working for him lour years longer, and
I set out for a place in York State where I
.knew I could get work. You may know
There were no railroads in those days, and I
jfas glad to ret a ride nart of the way on a
Steamboat on Lake Champlain. One night
"X got Into Ticonderoga and had to wait until
2 o'clock in the morning for tbe down boat
for White Hall. I decided to go to bed, and
asked the landlord to call me for the boat. To
call the boat he had to get up and dress and
hang a lantern out on the pier, otherwise it
would go on by without stopping.
" '"Wall, young man.' he replied to my
question, 'I' wouldn't git up and hustle on
my clothes an' go out on thet pier at 2
o'clock in the night for 510."
"I began to quake in my boots, and think
of walking 20 miles on my own account
THAT HE "VTOTJXD DO.
" 'No, sir," he went on, 'I wouldn't do it
for $20 for nobody, but I alius hev bin doin
it for 3 sbillms, and I gess I'll hev to see
"That is the way I feel about life in Con
gress. I would not do one-tenth part of
what I go through for love or money. A
big, round 5100,000 a year would be no ob
ject at all for me at my age to go trudging
around getting Tom, Dick and Harry their
jobs, but, after all, I am doing it for $5,000
a year, which a little more than pays my
Public Printer Palmer has 350 places at
his disposal, but is making haste slowly in
the matter of appointments. Few of the
old hands have resigned, and no more
than the average number have been
discharged. There are 250 removals
from office every year by reason of death,
Voluntary resignations or discharges for
cause. When Mr. Rounds, the last Repub
lican incumbent, retired, he said in an offi
cial communication that he was carrying -over
COO employes more than the actual force
of tbe office demanded. Mr. Benedict re
duced the total force from 2,420 to 2,100.
This was done by refusing to appoint new
men when vacancies occurred in the regular
way by death or resignation.
Ex-Public Printer Benedict is enjoying a
well-earned rest. He owns a pleasant resi
dence on Capital Hill, close under the sun
set shadow of the big dome, and he will re
main in "Washington until hot weather
comes. In the fall Mr. Benedict will re
turn to 2few York and engage in his old
occupation of printing, this time, it is said,
to put in operation several new and valu
able inventions in rapid fine presswork.
Have Served a Warning-Notice Upon the
President In Regard to Fatronnee
Tbcy Are In a Terr Bad
Humor A Little In-
tSTXCIXL TELEGRAM TO THE PISFATCIt.l
Washington, June 15. Everyone is
able to see the effects of President Har
rison's patronage policy in the North, but
few persons there have any idea of the feel
ing it is arousing among some of the South
ern Republicans. Virginia is the State in
which the discontent is most outspoken.
Delegations from tfiere have haunted the
White House for weeks in a vain endeavor
to induce the President to cut loose from
Mahone. They represent the best element
of the Republican party in the State and
their declaration to everyone they have met
here has been that the only thing which
keeps them underneath in the partisan
struggle is the weight of the political slave
driver to whom they are tied.
The recent call of ex-Governor Cameron,
Mr. Bradv and their associates on the Presi
dent is said to have been the occasion of
some very plain talk, in which the visitors
served notice in so many words that they
would not lift a hand to help the party out
of its present situation so long as Mahone
was recognized as its only legitimate dis
penser of patronage. Relieved of that in
cubus they are willing to guarantee success
at the polls. The infatuation of the Presi
dent for Mahone is not understood by the
people best acquainted with Virginia affairs,
including even the leading Democrats.
The only way it can be accounted for, the
wiser beads think, is that when Mr. Harri
son was a party to the bargain whereby the
read. (utters in the Senate were bought over
in J Sol, he became in some way so involved
with Mahone that he has been unable to
break with him since through dread of the
result if the Virginian should suddenly
conclude to publish the inside history of
that transaction. The perfect composure
and even contemptuous jocularity mani
fested by Mahone when the possibility of a
breach with the President is suggested in
conversation, iends not a little color of
truth to this theory.
HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE.
Ill Effects of Tobacco
Believed by Its uso.
B. F. Brown, Esq., the well-known pen
sion attorney, of 96 Fourth avenue, this
citv, has recently returned from a visit to
Washington City. As a result he advises
all pensioners to take advantage of the pres
ent liberal administration of the pension
laws bv applying for increase and re-rating.
It aDDears that high-rate pensioners, as well
as those drawing low rates, should be alive
to their own interests, and If not already
nroperlv rated take
liberal rulings, dei
affecting so many.
least post themselves as
consulting mm at once.
advantage of present
bisions, etc, favorably
Pensioners should. at
to their status by
A HARSH SENTENCE.
One Nnvnl Officer Dismissed From the Ser
vice for Good.
Washington, June 15. The case of
Ensign George Ormsby was finally disposed
of by his dismissal from the naval service,
and is the first occuring in a number of
years which had that result Ormsby was
regarded in the service as a "sea lawyer,"
and had greatly vexed the department by
his lawless and erratic conduct. The formal
charges upon which he was tried by Court
Martial were disobedience of orders and dis
respect towards the Secretary and Acting
Secretary of the Navy. It appears from the
record that when he was ordered from Rich
field Springs and later from Cincinnati tj
join the Monongahela, then under orders to
proceed to Samoa, he pleaded illness, and
when the department refused to accent this
excuse, he disregarded bis orders, proceeded
South and asked to have his resignation ac
cepted. In some of his letters addressed to the Sec
retary of the Navy he complains that he was
being numuiatea contrary to the revised
statutes, and requests the Secretary either
to leave the decision of his case to the civil
courts, where he had begun an action look
ing to the revocation of his orders, or to a
court martial. Subsequently he was found
at Los Angeles, Cal., placed under arrrcst
and conveyed to Mare Island, where he was
tried by court martial. Of all of the charges
and specifications the court martial found
him guilty, and upon the Secretary's ap
proval of the sentence the President to-day
formally dismissed Ensign Ormsby from
the naval service.
Marriage LIcenseslGranted "Yesterday
Name. 1 Keilaence.
(CiacUno Carlcato A Etna borough
iCostanza Panzs Etna borough
l AlfceH. Wood Pittsburg
I Charles T. Manning V, Pittsburg
1 Manlon. Scully I Pittsburg
J Elwr Cross , Allegheny
J Millie Kawllng Allegheny
( John T. Milhoan 1 Coal Center
J Jennie Carroll Monongahela City
i Daniel Haley . Pittsburg
(LudwIgCzoclder A Pittsburg
jbuianna baldzer V Pittsburg
.TobnSaurclsen 1.... .Pittsburg
i Frederick Fritz Iv... Pittsburg
Richard E. Esthoff. Pittsburg
J Emma Kueckerscn Pittsburg
John Maloy Pittsburg
J Mary Coyne TPittsburg
(William Agv Allegheny
i Emma L. Barker. ." .Allegheny
DAUB AUTH At the residence of the
bride's parents. West End, Thursday, Jnne 18,
by Rev. J. J. Mcllyar, Mr. Ciiaki.es O. EAJJB
to Miss Marguxrithe Auth.
HYDE LINN At Lima, O.. June 4, by Rev.
I. G. Hall, Me. Howard G. Hyde, of Titus
ville. Pa., and Miss Jessie B. Linn, of Pittsburg.
MUST APPLY TO CONGRESS.
Canada AToald Like to bo Excepted From the
Contract Labor Law.
Washington. June 15. Some time
ago the British Minister made an informal
complaint to the Secretary of State in re
gard to the operation of the act of Congress
prohibiting the importing of foreigners and
aliens under contract to perform labor in
the United States, especially so far as con
cerns the Canadian border. The Secre
tary of State referred the matter
to the Secretary of the Treasury, saying:
"That the Canadian authorities hope that
some arrangement may be made whereby
the law may not be enforced, if possible, to
the end that the old friendly feeling of in
tercourse and interchange of labor shall be
allowed to remain undisturbed," and re
questing such a reply as he might inform
ally present to the British Minister.
Acting Secretary Batchelor replied to the
Secretary of State to-day, saying there was
no discretionary power and that "such con
siderations as those presented in your let
ters, however forcible and reasonable, should
be addressed to the law-making power."
His Chief Occupation is Found In Buying
ISriXtAI. TEtEGBAM TO THE DISPATCn.1
Washington, June 15. Sir Julian
Pauncelote is fond of old book stores, and
spends a good deal of his high-salaried time
in mousing over dnsty shelves in the second
hand book martsfof the capital. He buys
sparingly, however, and has clear-cut ideas
of value. He likes particularly books on
American peculiarities, and devours our
The Minister's tall form, dressed in soft
British gray, bending over piles of book
store rubbish, is a bit of humor in itself that
he might appreciate if he had the giit Burns
The Marble Terrace ot the Capitol Will
Soon be In Shape.
rsrECIAI. TELEOBAM TO THE SISMTCH.!
Washington, June 15. Thelast touches
are being put on tbe grand marble terrace
along the west front of tbe CapitoL The
keystone of the last arch was set this week,
and the work of putting up the marble bal
usters and rails is now going en. Ground
was broken for the terrace inl88i, and when
the Fifty-first Congress trudges up to take
its oath the work will he completed.
It affords standing-room for statues of
American worthies in niches, and as many
more on the various coigns ot vantage.
The view from the floor of the entrance is
one that Humboldt declared was the finest
in the world.
LEGITIME ALL EIGHT,
At Least He Has Sent no Emphatic Message
to That EflVcu
Washingtok, June 15. The Haylian
'Legion here has received this noon tbe fol
lowing cable from the Secretary of War at
via Mole St. Nicholas, June It J
EiytUn Consul, New York,
Situation good. Reports of JTordUl (Hyppo
lite's) success are false. Perfect tranquillity
reigns In West and Sonth; all over lines
I After the Miming Paymaster.
Washington, June 15. A naval court
martial has been ordered to assemble at the
2ew York Navy Yard Wednesday, June
19, to try Paymaster Henry E. Smith, late
of the Essex, on the charge of absenting
himself without leave on the return of his
MORE PEOPLE MADE HAPPY.
A Largo Grist of Consuls Turned Ont by the
Washington, June 15. The President
made the following appointments to-day:
Wakefield G. Frye, of Maine, to be Consul
General of the United States at Halifax; Jo
seph A. Leonard, of Minnesota, to be Consnl
General of the United States at Shanghai;
Zachary S. Sweeny, of Indiana, to be Consnl
General of the United States at Constantino
ple: Oliver H. Dockcrcy, of North Carolina, to
be Consul General of the United States at Rio
Janeiro; Oliver H. Simons, of Colorado, to be
Consnl General of the United States at St.
Petersburg; George W. Roosevelt, of Pennsyl
vania, to be Consul General ot the United
States at BrusselsiLevi W. Browne, of Ohio,
to be Consul of the United States at Glasgow.
BRAVENDER On Saturday. June 15, 18S9,
at 1220 p. M., James, son of Matthias and Mary
Bravender, aged 21 months.
Funeral from tbe residence of his parents, 32
Mad docks alley, on Sunday at 4 p. m. Friends
of the family are respectfully Invited to attend.
BASLER On Friday, at 4 P. M., at his pa
rents' residence, Steuben street. Thirty-sixth
ward, John H. Basleb, in tbe 22d year of his
Funeral will take place on Sunday, at 10
o'clock A. M . from his parents' residence. No.
51 Steuben street, Thirty-sixth ward. Mem
bers of Duquesne Council No. no and friends
are invited tq attend. 2
BRIS1NGER On Friday, at 830 a. jr.. Cath
erine, .wife of Frank Brisinger, agea 64 years
2 months 5 days.
Funeral takes place from I er husband's resi
dence. No. $61 Wylie avenue, on Sunday af
ternoon, at 2 o'clock. Frie ids of the family
are respectfully invited to attend. ' 2
GLENN On Saturday, June 15, 18S9, at 130
p. M.. Annie, daughter of Annie and tbe late
James Glenn, aged 6 years.
Funeral from the family residence, 2S Third
street, on Sunday, June 16, at 1:30 p. jr.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
JONES Suddenly at her home in Montana,
Sarah Caskey Jones, wife of F. J. Jones,
and sister of Mrs. James Irvin.of Third avenue,
KIRKPATRICK At Oakmont, A. V. R. R.,
June 14. at 10:50 P. M., James Kirepatrick,
in bis sath year.
Funeral service at his late residence Mon
day, June 17, at 10 A, M. Interment private at
a later hour.
L.UTZ On Saturday, Jane 15. at 330 A. M.,
Reoena. daughter of Annie and John B. Lutz,
Jr., aged 16 months.
Funeral from tbe residence of her parents,
126 Bluff street, Sunday, at 230 p. M. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
McCONNEL On Friday. June 14, 1SS9 at
425 p. m., Mrs. Jane McConnel, aged 80
j ears U months 20 days.
Funeral from the residence of her son-in-law.
John Baker, 5162 Natrona alley, on Sun
day at 230 P. M. Friends of the family are re
spectfully Invited to attend. 2
McCARTEN On Friday.Jnne 14, 1SS9, at 530
A. MM Patrice: J. McCarten, in his 25th
Funeral from his late residence, 722 Fifth
avenue, on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
New York papers please copy.J
ORTH On Friday, the 14th inst. at 1 o'clock
P. M.. at the residence of her parents, 2306 Oar
son street, Ida Lillian, daughter of Jacob
and Margaret Ortn. aced 16 years.
Funeral Monday, the 17th inst, at 2
o'clock P. M. 2
STEIGERWALD On Saturday. June 15,
18S, at 1:50 p. m., Peter Steigerwald, aged
24 years, 7 months and 26 days.
Funeral services will be bad at the residence
of his mother. No. 75 Forty-third street, on
Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of
the family, Jr. O. U. A. M., K. O. T. M. and
Barbers' Union are requested to attend. 2
SHAFER June 14, 1889. at 222 A. m., Jen
nie, beloved wife of George Shafer, formerly
of Armstrong station, A. V.R. R,, aged S6yeara
and 7 months.
Funeral services at her late residence, West
End. at 2 p. M.
SEMPLE At 730 o'clock Friday morning,
Jnne 14. 1SS9, William SEMPLE.in the 62d
year of his age.
Funeral services will be held at his late rest
dence, 69 Irwin avenue, Allegheny, on Mon
day, June 17, at 10 a. if. Interment private at
a later hour. Please omit flowers. 3
SIMONS On Thursday, June 13, at his
home, Wildwood, A. V. R R, Ralph H.
Simons, aged 14 years and 4 months.
Funeral Sunday, June 16, at 9 a. h.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
WATERS On Friday, June 14, 18S9, at 830
p. jr., Morgan Waters, aged 47 years 5
months 27 days.
Funeral Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock
from his late residence, Thirty-sixth and Char
lotte streets. Friends of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend. 3
WINTERS On Saturday. June 15, 18S9,
Abeam Winters, aced 71 years and 1 month.
Orer on the sunny slope,
Over the golden shore.
There we'll meet our darling father, ,
There to part no more.
Notice of funeral hereafter. 2
(Snccessor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Lim.,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1134 Fenn avenne. Tele
phone connection. mylO-69-MWFSu
JAMES M. FULLERTON,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Street.
JOHN L. TREXLER & CO.,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Livery
and Boarding Stables. Nos. 378 and 880
.ueaver ave. residence, tRjl .Treble
ave Allegheny City.
Undertakers and Embalmers and Livery Stables,
iiu,auuiikBuc, urairum avenue.
At the old stand fine carriages for shopping or
parties or opera at the most reasonable prices.
Telephone 228. mhI3-96-wsu
Its superior excellence uroren In millions of
homes for more than a amrter nf 2 ntntnrv
It is used by the United btates Government
Indorsed by tbe heads of the great universities
as the Strongest, Purest and most Healthful.
Br. Price's Cream Baking Powder does not
contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Sold only
in cans. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.
NEW YORK. CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS.
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillings from $1 up. Amalgam, 60c;
silver, 75c; white alloy, tL
DRS.MCCLAREN& W AUG AMAN, Dentists,
Corner Smithfield and Fourth avenue.
Intelligent Readers will notice that
are not warranted to cure" all classes of dis
eases, but only such as result from a disordered
Vertigo, Headache, Dyspepsia,
Fevers, Costiveness, Bilious
Colic, Flatulence, etc.
For these they are not.wan anted infallible,
but are as nearly so aa it is possible to make a
remedy. Price, 25c.
At $1 00,
At $2, S3 and $4 you can buy better ones. Our
assortment consists of all grades.
Special lines of
For Bummer Furnishing.
P. C. Schoeneck,
N. B.-3ffidtht- invoice of Bedford Rockers
on the way. Get yotiT orders in before July 4.
You'll find this Shoe the
coolest, neatest and greatest
comforter in warm weather.
It is not the old time low
Shoe which, by the way, has
many good points, for we sell
them as rapidly as any other,
Calculated to satisfy the
wearer 'beyond any other in
the general makeup would
carry you through the season
with more pleasure. Re
member this. Ask for our
Scotch Tie. All widths. Fit
like a glove.
430-436 MARKET ST.
916 Braddock Avenue, BRADDOCK,
BOSTON. NOVELTY STORE,
406 and 408 Wood St
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED.
50 different styles artotypes in oak frames.
Size 20x24, only $2 00.
Ladles' oxidized and silver leaf bracelets, 15c
Kid baby dolls, 0 inches lone, bisqne head,
flowing hair, shoes and stockinps, onlv 50c
Jointed dolls, bisque bead, flowing hair, 12
inches long, only 19c
China head doll. 11 inches lone, only 5c
'Wax doll with hair. 16 inches long, only 10c
Nickel clocks only 75c
Nickel alarm clocks only 95c
Umbrellas, 2S-inch, only 60c
Waterproof umbrellas, 23 and 30-Inch, only
Decorated front wall pockets only SI 00.
Children's lii'jh chair, wood seat, only 60c
Children's high chair, cane seat with table,
Children's nursery chair only 60c
Children's carpet seat rockers only $1 00.
Beautiful fans, worth 25c, only 10c
SIlTcr plated table spoons and forks only 10c
Sheffield silver plated knives only 10c
SIlTcr plated table spoons and forks o;
6-bottie silver plated castors only I 00.
&l)OttlA pnravr1 Rilvpr TilfLtnri nosfnr nnlv
Sliver plated butter dish only Jl 00.
CROQUET SETS! CROQUET SETS!
F'ull set croquet, varnished, in box, only 75c
These sets are the lowest ever offered to tbe
trade, and are sola everywhere at 31 25.
A few baby carriages to closo out, at prices
lower than ever. We can sell you a nice car
nage for 85 00.
Boyt' 4-wheel wagons, S9o to ?2 60.
Girls' iron tricycles, upholstered in plush,
Boys' iron velocipedes, S! 25 to S6 00.
Almost everything you need in house furnish
ing goods, from 5c upward.
Call andexamine our stock and judge for
yourselves. Goods delivered free any part of
H. G. HAYDEN & CO.
It Will Pay You to Visit Our
Store TJiis Week.
As we areQffering the greatest values ever
known hereWe warrant all our goods to bo
nrst-classin every particular.
LADIES. Corset Covers, 20c to S3 25;
Diawers, 25c to $175; Chemises, 25c to S3;
Gowns, 48c to $5 25; Skirts, 48c to S4 60.
MISSES. Drawers. 10c to 65c; Gowns, all at
cost: Skirts. 30c to SI: Skirts town make), hit
i Waists, 30c to finest.
CORSETS. C. P., $1 60 to 3 60: R. fc G SI 60
to S2 25; Ball's, 76c to 81 25; Dr. Warner's, 81 25;
French Woven, 60c, 75c and SI; Ventilating,
95o and SI 20; Waists, 25c to SI 60; White, drab,
black and colors.
GLOVES. Misses' Lisle Silk, 25c 35c and
50c: Reinforced Fingers, 72c and 05c; Lisle, 23c
to 60c; Ladies' Silk, 25c to 81.
EMBROIDERIES, ETC. Edgings. 7c to 50c;
Inscrtiugs, 10c to 35c; Flouncings, 25c to 81 25;
Skirtings. 22-inch, 37c to SI 50; 44-lncb, 80c to
A PRONS.-Flain, 25c to SI 25; Trimmed, "40c
PILLOW SHAMS. Plain. SI, SI 25. 81 35;
Trimmed, SI 75 to S3; Hemstitched, 81 75, 16 75,
A, 6, CAMPBELL & SONS,
710 PENN AVENUE. 710
Between Seventh and Eighth sts.
Kilt- Suits, sizes from 2 to 6 years,
have been reduced to most con
vincing prices. We are aware of
th'e fact that it requires extraor
dinary bargains to induce you to
$4 50 Kilt Suits now-.-$3 25
5 00 Kilt Suits now-... 400
7 50 Kilt Suits now--.. 5 00
8 00 Kilt .Suits now-.-. 6 00
9 50 Kilt Suits now-..- 8 00:
10 50 Kilt Suits now-..- 8 50
The styles are all new many
of them exclusive, but we have" too
many for this late in the season.
Parents should by no means fail to
We would also call attention to
our complete line of Suits for Men
and Boys; also our Straw and Felt
Hats in stylish colors and shapes.
& JOSEPH, 5
'VTailore, Holers ana Hatters,
161, 163ederal St., Allegheny.
A TIMELY WARNING.
All the physicians agree that Pittsburg and Allegheny are
in danger of disease and death from the use of the river
water in its present impure and defiled state. All advise
that the water be boiled and filtered before using for cook
ing or drinking. We therefore call attention to
Jewett's Water Filters,
Which are in fact water filter and and water coolers com.
hined. Prices ranee from S6 25 to 512 50. We have also
cheaper Filters, but Jewett's is the best.
HOT WEATHER GOODS.
Mme, Kellog's Frencti Tailor System
of dress outtlng. Tbe only system in America
that cuts tbe Worth bias dart. It consists
of a tailor's wooden square, wooden dart and
sleeve rule and scales, tbe same as best merch
ant tailrs use, and a 40-page instruction book.
System anS thorough instruction in cutting
and basting. $10. Call for circulars or address
M. A. DAVIS, 644 Penn ave. myl-wrBu
LADIES, BEFORE GOINO TO THE SEA
SHORE call and see my new natural curl
skeleton Dangs; something delightful, cool and
stylish; also full line of new goods; electric
combs, hairpins, curling irons, etc. MARIE
LANDERS, Hueus & Hacke boilding.upstairs.
Take Sperber's elevator. jev-wsu
$1 PerWeek for Balance.
D. TAYL0R&C0.'S STOCK
TOILET, TEA AND DINNER SETS,
R. P. WALLACE & CO.'S,
211 Wood Street, 102 and 104 Third Avenue, Between Second and Third Aves.
YOU MUST ADMIT
That tie Bargains Wc Offer at
OUR GREAT JUNE SALE
Have never been equaled
elsewhere. We are deter
mined to make things hum
during this week, ' Stock
must be reduced. We do not
take cost into consideration
to attain ouf object For
Refrigerators, J5 75. $7 75, S12, $15 20. S7 50, 120 80 and $25.
Retrigerators, with Water Coolers, $9 60, $11 35, 113 25, etc.
Meat 8afes at S3 30. $7 SO. 59 SO.
Hanging Meat Safes, $3 60.
"White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, $1 75. S2 20, $2 63, $5 3T.
Ice Cream Molds, something new, 32c, 35c, 40c, 4ac, 4Sc
Fly Kans. $2 25.
3-gaIlon Water Coolers, $1 75.
4-galIon Water Coolers. $2.
water Coolers, porcelain lined $4 50 and upward.
Water Coolers, agate lined, $4 25 and upward.
Jewett's Water Filter and Coolers, S6 75 and upward.
Stands for Water Coolers, $2 70 and upward.
Watering Pots. 23c and upward.
Garden Hose. 3-ply, lie per foot.
Gas Tnbing, 7c per foot.
Lawn Mowers, $5 50 each.
Grass Cutters, 30c each.
Door Screens, complete. $1 73.
Window Screens, 40c each.
Oil Stoves, 1 burner, 75c
Oil Stoves. 2 burners. $1 85.
Infants' Bath Tubs. $1 20.
Galvanized Garbage Cans, $3 S3 and upward.
Curtain Stretchers, $2 25.
Cherry Seeders, 45c
Frnit Presses, 25c
Ice Picks, 7c
Glass Lemon Squeezers, 10c
Galvanized Iron Lemon Squeezers, 10c
And many more too nnmerous to mention.
Cold Sparkling Soda Water, the best in the two cities.
IceCream Soda Water, only 5 cents. The usual price Is M
cents. Also Root Beer, Ginger Ale, Deep Rock, Vichy, Belt
zcr and Congress Waters, Moxie, etc
Picnic Baskets, large size, at 80c $1 10. Jl 50, 51 85.
Teaipoons. from 10c np to 54 SO a dozen.
Tablespoons, from 24c to 55 78 a dozen.
Knives and Forks, from 83c to 55 per set.
Tin Mugs at 5c
Tin Plates at 3c
Wooden Plates at 7c a dozen.
Japanese Paper Napkins at 10c a dozen or 75c a hundred.
Liquid Coffee at 25c, 60c and 51 a bottle.
This Chocolate received the hlirheit possible award ftha
Grand Prix) at the Paris Exposition of 1S78. besides. four,
awards at tbe Centennial. Its purity is absolute and beyond
question. We are sole agents forPittaburgscd Allegheny. '
40c a Pound and 20c one-half Pour
New Department Stores,
504-506-508 Market Street, Pittsburg, Pa
Novelties in fine Forget-Me-Not Sprays and
fine White Flowers: in fact, any style of Flower
you may think of or want you can find with
See pur $15 00 Chamber Suit.
See our $28 00 Parlor Suit. '
See our $4 per Roll Matting
See our $7 50 Baby Carriage.
See our $7 50 Refrigerator.
See our $10 00 Wardrobe.
CASH OR CREDIT
Black and Colors; Aigrettes, Stiff Wings,
White Birds, Canaries, Blackbirds in clusters;
also Crepes and Nets in all shades.
OUR NEW SHAPES
Rbigl. the most stylish Hai out at present.
The Lehman and Jueh are .daily becoming
more popular. JS'ew naue-.tiats, Ainuxiais
and Children's Shirred Hats, White and Col
ored Lace Caps and Fauntleroy Hats, in
greatest variety in this city.
More Ribbon Bargains.
We have added "a new assortment of our
famous 29c Ribbons. Strange as it may seem,
it is a fact that we are selling these goods at
exactly haltprice. They are pure silk, heavy
quality ana exquisite colorings. Be sure and
call for these 29c Ribbons, because you can
save from 30c to 37c a yard on them.
A choice line, at bargain prices. Narrow
Cambric Edgings, 6c a yard: mediums. 8e, 10c,
12c to 2oc New patterns Swiss Edgings and
Inserting hundred of styles, 6c to 40c 22 and
27-inch Nainsook and Swiss Flouncings, for
vuuurens presses, diock ana hemstitched,
45c to Jl 50 a yard. Elegant 45-inch Skirtings
65c to S3 per yard.
If You Want Furniture and Carpets,
Or if You Want to Furnish Ypur House From Top to
Bottom, Go to Headquarters,
W. H. THOMPSON & CO.,
305 Wood Stoee-b;,
The House Furnishers, where yon willnd a full line of "Walnut, Mahogany, Oak. Ash
and Cherry Chamber Furniture. Fifty different styles Parlor Suits, "Walnut, Cherry
and Oak Bookcases, "Wardrobes, -Chiffoniers, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Washstands, Fold
ing Beds, Clock, Toilet "Ware, Dishes, Stoves, Ranges, Tinware, Lounges, Couches.
Sideboards, Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Baby Carriages, Moquet, Velvet, Body ana
Tapestry Brussels, Ingrain and Rag Carpets, Lace and Turcoman Curtains, window
Shades, Oil Cloth and Linoleums. Everything to furnish your house.
SILK AND LACE MITTS
At Special Low Prices.
New Russian Polka Dot and other fancy
figured Nets, for drapery, at extremely low
prices. New Black Lace Scarfs and Fichus,
Spanish and band-run, SOo to $12 each. Windsor
Ties, 8c to 60c New Mull Embroidered Ties
from lOo up.
In Traveling Satchels and Bags and Pocket
books. Grain Leather and Alligator, from 25c
to f5 each. Best values in the city. Leather
Traveling Companions for ladles and gentle
men, from 75c to $7 SO. New things in Ladies'
and Children's Neckwear and Ruchings. Tour
ists' Ruchings, lac a lot of 6 yards.
Great redactions in our Hoslory and Un
derwear Departments. Bargains which yon
cannot afford to miss.
PRICES CUT IN HALF.
LOT l-$2 Plain and Plaid Satin Parasols,
This week at 81.
LOT 2-3 Finer Qualities. Choice Handles.
This week at Jl 50.
LOT a-45 Satin Lined and Lace Trimmed.
This week at J2.
LOT 4 8 and J7 Parasols,
This week at S3 60.
Remember the number,
W, Fi THOMPSON & CO,
Store open until 10 o'clock Saturday evening.
Big Inducements This Week
To parties wanting anything in the Household Furnishing Goods line. Our stock of.
Parlor. Chamber and Kitchen Furniture and odd pieces of all descriptions can't be ur'
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furnished? You may answer yon i
Actnowletlgeil Cliamploiis of Low Prices,
MLLE. E. DREYER.
NO. M PENN AVENUE.
IMPORTErtOF FRENCH MILLINERY,
Trimmed Bonnets and round Hats.
Jlotirnlng a Sne einltr. mlilO-79-sn
TO 514 MARKET ST. AND 27 FIFTH AVE.
dcodIc listen. Whv not have vour homes well
afford it. Pickering says you can. He stands ready to supply you with anything in his
store, either for cash or for credit. Jit you buv for cash you'll get your goods at least 23
oer cent cheaDer than if von. bought elsewhere. If von bur on time and we at all times wel
come such custom you'll have the satisfaction of knowing that, while yon have you,
own time to nav for the goods vou have the pleasure of using, you get them actually
cheaper than you'd have to pay cash down at other stores. Call and see us, Toa'ra
welcome whether yon purchase or noK
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