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y& . ' THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH,' JERIDAY, JTJHE'' 21; '1889? -?'f- - v T ' ;:; Vf'.y ' 7 .- "' I ' "" '5l lH
f MAMS FEELS SORE.
It's His Opinion Senator Qnay Has
Placed the Republican Party
YERT AWKWARD POSITION.
Martin Says the Prospects
buecess This fall Are
BEIGHT AS COULD BE EXPECrED.
En. Milton Err Declares Scott Shall Ko Longer
Lead the Democracy.
The DisrATCH's staff correspondent at
Philadelphia had a number of very inter
esting talks with prominent politicians.
Collector Martin says he does not think the
defeat of prohibition will injure the Re
publican party as much as its success would
have done. Now that the suffrage amend
ment is defeated Hon. E. H. Stuart pro
poses a law that each voter shall pay his
tax himself as a preliminary to voting.
Ex-Congressman Speer says the Democrats
won't put up with Scott's leadership any
IFEOJt Jl fiTATT COEKESrODEST.J
Philadelphia, June 20. Mr. Mc
Manes' remarks have hardly ruffled the
surface. Politicians here are disposed to
treat them with good-natured indulgence.
Messrs. Lane, Leeds, Disston and Martin
apparently pay little attention to them, but
at the same time they will not lose track of
the movements of the old leader. Mr. Mc
Manes left town again to-day alter ringing
the changes on the statement published this
morning, remarking bluntly that Mr. Quay
had placed the party in a bad position. Col
lector Martin, in the course of a few re
marks to-day intimated that Mr. McManes
was not getting all he thought he ought to
have these days, and was in consequence
feeling a trifle sore about it. Mr. Martin
had no idea that Mr. McManes would do
anything wicked to the party.
"Do you think," he-as asked by The
DisrATCH correspondent, "that the result
of the prohibition election will hurt the
Bepublican party this fall?"
"I don't know that it will," Mr. Martin
diplomatically replied. He was then re
minded of an admission made by Mr. Quay
early in the spring, that whichever way the
election went, the party majority would be
cut pown for a time.
THE BErUBLICANS ALL BIGHT.
"I don't think," he replied, "that the de
feat of prohibition will hurt the party as
much as would its success. The Republican
party is all right. It was pledged to the
submission of the question to the people.
and it has acted in good faith. It was not
pledged to support prohibition. That and
submission are two different things."
"When will Mr. Quay be here?"
"I can't tell. I expected him here last
Friday, but he didn't come. He is at his
home in Beaver."
David Martin is a fine looking man, of
medium height and strongly built. He is
dark complexioned and wears a small but
vigorous looking mustache. His eyes are
bright and steady, his glance penetrating
and his mouth firm. Decision of character
is plainly one of his distingnishing traits,
coupled with a calm, even temperament
He is the kind of man one would readily
pick out for the positionhe fills in politics.
Evidently Mr. Quay has made no mistake
in binding him to his political interests and
making him his lieutenant in Philadelphia.
A MAN ATTEB QUAY'S OXTX HEABT.
It is only recently that Mr. Martin has
become a figure of more than local promi
- nence, and Mr, Quav is the man who recog
nized bis ability and brought him out He
has been well known in local politics as
the leader of his own ward, the Nineteenth,
. and one adjoining ward also owned his
sway. Collector Martin is thoroughly
practical. There is no sentiment mingled
in his politics. He is young and vigorous
and a man after Mr. Quay's own heart, or,
perhaps, it would be better to say, head-
Senator Cooper is confident that the Col
Jectorship of Customs will be his the first of
next month. It is said he has all his ar
rangements made to take tbe place. Hon.
C. Wesley Thomas, who is at present a
member of the Legislature, was long ago
chosen for Senator Cooper' private secre
tary, when the latter should become Col
lector Cooper.and it is said the ever-hopelul
gentleman has his full staff of subordinates
nicely arranged in his mind, besides having
his bond virtually ready against the time
when the President shall invite him to take
his seat at the Federal board.
EVEBY MAS HIS OWN TAXPAYEB.
Edwin H. Stuart will go to Pittsburg on
Saturday to rejoice with hisbrotberMasons.
AVhile there he will arrange lor the Septem
ber meeting in Pittsburg of the State
League of Itepublican Clubs. Mr. Stuart,
now that the suffrage amendment has been
defeated, proposes that tbe next Legislature
shall pass a law to compel each man to pay
"his own tax as a preliminary to voting. He
also wants a law directing that tbe proper
. authorities shall, on the morning of each
election day, place in the hands of the offi
cers of each precinct a complete list of
those who have paid the tax that entitles
them to vote. Mr. Stuart recognizes that
there is a great evil in the present system
and that the payment of tbe poll tax of
voters is a great and growing burden on
Hon, William L. Scott, -of Erie, arrived
in town late last night and was gone again
to-day before it was-'known he had been
here. Hr. Scott declined to confine himself
to the pent-up limits of.the city he honors
with his residence, and spread himself on
the hotel register' as from Pennsylvania."
SCOTT'S LBADEBSHIP NOT WANTED.
Ex-CoDg'ressman It. Milton Speer, who
consented to an appearance ot harmony in
thetfast Demacratio State Convention, has
eeen here lor several days past, and promises
,not to be so tractable this year. He says
' that as a leader Mr. Scott must go.
"The convention must not be run by him
this fall," he say's, "nor the party's candi
date named by him. We mnst go into the
fight under different circumstances. It is
timefor a change alter the disgraceful and
humiliating conditions of last year. Some
men must be sent to the rear, and men set
aside last fall will be needed in their old
Horace Geiger, Chairman of the Prohibi
tion or Constitutional Amendment Citv
Committee, to-day caps the climax of his
past campaign utterances with an address
in which heexhorts Prohibitionists to join the
Union Prohibitory league and enlist afresh
in the battle for prohibition. He again
blames defeat on the Itepublican leaders
and calls them short-sighted. He closes
with tbe assertion that '.'as sure as there Is a
God, tbe time will come when the last dis
tillery, brewery and saloon In Pennsylvania
will be closed."
A SUBPBISE TO POLITICIANS.
It is significant of the rapidity with which
we move that Mr. Geiger s circular is con
sidered a chestnut. Yet the election was
only the day boforo yesterday, and up to
that time all Mr. Geiger had to say was con
sidered interesting by Philadelphians. Just
now the defeat ot prohibition Is lost sight of
in tbe wonuer expressed at tneaeieat ot the
poll tax and suffrage amendment It was
in such high favor among the politicians
here that they can't imagine what went
wrong in the State. ITo one had beard any
talk against it and even its few foes hero
did not anticipate its defeat
"You can't tell what may happen between
now and the State Convention of next year,"
remarked a Republican worker this evening.
"In the last Gubernatorial convention Mc
'Manes delivered bis delegates to Quay for
t i . I . . - 5M
Davies and prohibition. Now he is against
Quay, and is trying to cast on him the re
sponsibility for certain things in connection
with Tuesday's election. He wants to form
a combination with Magee for use next year,
they say, while in the last Gubernatorial
convention he helped Qnay defeat Magee's
candidate for Lieutenant Governor, Major
Montooth, of Pittsburg.
MAJOR MOXTOOTH'S CANDIDACY.
"Time brings abont queer changes. Mc
Manes wishes he had not done it now. By
the way, if Montooth is still a candidate for
Governor he need not counton Magee's sup
port, unless he develops a great deal ot per
sonal strength real strength, I mean in
the shape of delegates. Don't be a bit sur
prised if you find Mr. Magee supporting
Hastings." We expect Magee or his lieu
tenant, ITlinn. to give Boyer a good major
ity in Allegheny this fall. It will be policy
for him to do so. It will be a big card for
him in next year's fight, especially if there
should be a tailing off in majorities through
"The fact that Boyer is a Quay man is
only a stronger reason why Magee should do
this. An exhibition of magnanimity in the
party's interest won't hnrt him a bit Magee
has been badly treated, and if he heaps on a
few coals of fire in a scriptural way the
partv will be in a blaze of enthusiasm for
Edwin .. Stuart Thinks That Party Organi
zations Should Not be Allowed to Pay
Toll Tax He Will Visit PltU
bors to See About It.
IFCOII A STAFF COBRESPOXDEXT. 1
Philadelphia, June 20. Edwin S.
Stuart comes forward with a remedy for the
evils of tbe poll tax law. He thinks it is
probably best that tbe suffrage amendment
was defeated, if the interest in the
matter excited in the agitation of
the subject will only result in
accomplishing what is generally desired by
legislative action. Mr. Stuart will go to
Pittsburg Saturday, where, as President of
the State .League of Republican Clubs, he
will make arrangements for the convention
of that organization which is to be held in
that city in September.
While in tbe West Mr. Stuart may have
an opportunity to talk over the poll tax
question with C. L. Magee, who made a de
termined fight against the adoption of the
"A law should be passed or the present
act amended," said Mr. Stuart to-day,
"which would compel every man to pay his
own poll tax before he would be allowed to
xue practice or ine party organiza-
tions. through their city committees, spend'
ing large sums of money annually to buy
poll tax receipts for citizens who do not
qualify themselves, is humiliating and a
nuisance. The law should be so modified
that no one could vote on a tax receipt
purchased for him. The tax receiver
could be directed to furnish to the election
officers lists of voters who have paid their
poll tax, and unless otherwise qualified no
one whose name was not on the list should
be permitted to vote. Tbe matter should be
brought up in the next Legislature."
Fancy leatherette Picture Frame Only
Also new styles in high colored ooze calf
frames, and in silk covered folding frames.
JOS. HOBNE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores,
penl Well for Them.
Sixty per cent of all the bicvcles
are Colnmbias. Why not bu;
imbias. Why not buy the
They cost no more than those claimed to be
as good as Columbian For boys the Fam
ons Ideal 1
ons Ideal has no equal for easy running and
JAMES w. UBOVE,
Fine Old Fori Wince
Imperial S. O. P., Cabinet, 1810. S3 60
Imperial Oporto, 1828 3 00
Makenzie Oporto, 1832., 2 50
Old London Dock 2 00
Burgundy...... 1 50
CocEbnrn's 1 00
Pull quarts, case or gallon.
Wm. J. Fbiday, 633 Smithfield street
Men's Balbriesan Underwear, 91 to 84
A suit best French and English makes;
full assortment of sizes.
Jos. Hobne & Co. '6
Penn Avenue Stores.
Coleman's Flag Brand,
G. W. S. Flag Brand,
By the case or bottle.
G. W. Schmidt,
95 and 97 Fifth avenue, city.
For White Flannel Dresses.
White tricot flannels only 50 cents
fine white twilled flannels at SO;, at 00c and
SI, a yard and a half wide.
Jos. Hokite & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
COMBINATIOK DBESS PATTEENS An
elegant assortment and prices all re
duced. See window display;
mwfsu Hupus & Hacee.
BemovaIi sale carpftg, curtains, oilcloth,
etc. Come for bargains,
Geo. W. BxskX, 136 Federal st.
Tha largest line ever shown in this city,
comprising all or the latest novelties in
Fourth of July goods. Now open at James
W. Grove's, Filth avenne; wholesale and
The building oust come dowp, closing
out carpets, curtains, oilcloths, rugs, etc
Geo. W. Skaman,
hwts 13fi Federal st, Allegheny.
Excursion fo Johnstown, Sunday, June 23,
Via the Baltimore and Ohio R. R., $2 35
round trip. Train leaves at 8a. ii., city
Visit onr cloak room for a bargain; jack
ets, wraps, fichus, Connemarras, etc., at
very muoh reduced prices.
Jiwrsa Huqus & Hacke.
Six-year old Gibson, Guckenheimer,
Finch or Overholt, at 55 00, orf 1 00 lor each
quart, at Max Klein's. HWFS
I AM selling a fine Havana Key West
cigar ff for 25c William J. Fbiday,
MTSa 633 Smithfield street.
A Goad Appetite Is essential to gooi health;
but at this season the blood may be impure,
that tired feeling predominant and the appe
tite lost. Hood's Sanaparllla Is a" wonderful
medicine for creating an appetite, toning tbe
digestion and giving strength to the serves
and beaitb to tbe whole system,
ir Sure to Get Hood's Sarsaparilla, Sold by
all druggists. Prepared only by C. L HOOD &
CO., Apothecaries. Lowell, Mass.
Imported Sherry Wine.
Imperial Amorosa, 1810 : 53 50
Imperial Amontillado, 1828 3 00
Pemartin Reserve. 1840 2 00
Solera Cabinet, 1860....;-. 1 SO
Vinode Paste. 1 00
Full quarts, case or gallon. '
William J. Friday,
-jvfsu 633 Smitbfield street
New York and Chicago Limited.
The Pennsylvania Railroad announces
that, commencing 'Monday, JnneMM, the
New York and Chicago limited train will
Remember the Excursion to Cincinnati This
Via Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, ai ?6 40
for the round trip. Special train leaves at
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday,
r William Hoeklne Pittsbunr.
I Mary J. Sweeney Pittsburg
(Sylvester A. Provins 7. 'Washington
J Maud Sinclair Washington
(James 8. Smith Allegheny
Maggie OgllTle 1'lttsbnrsr
Harry W. Hobaogh Pittsburg
Lizzie Harrl Pittsburg
(John Walker.. Pittsburg
J Mary Coyne Pittsburg
JltobcrtW. Currv Pittsburg
J Margaret A. Worrall MPittsbuig
( Charles Londman PlttEburg
) Cell Sheffler Pittsburg
( Charles Greb Allegheny
J Laura Pfelfler Keserve township
t Howell Meeker Pittsburg
I Alice Brose Pittsburg
i Walter Grlnnage Pittsburg
1 Mary E. Paul Pittsburg
John TV. Kerr Pittsburg
J Mary A. Townsend Pittsburg
5 Frank Wilson Allegheny
Emma Battle? Allegheny
I William B. Totten Pittsburg
Jennie O.Penrose Pittsburg
5 William A. Smith - Pittsburg
iKosa Stanton Pittsburg
(Hampton l'yle Allegheny
J Hannah Hurley Allegheny
(John W. Thurber Homestead
1 India V. McQuillan Allegheny
(Thomas L. Watt Tarentum
lltettie Waltcnbaugb Tarentum
WILSON-GIBSON-At the Presbyterian
Church, Chartiers, Thursday evening, June 20,
1889, by the Kev. O. N. Verner. Miss Mabt M.
Gibson and David h. Wilsok.
AUDES3A Thursday morning. June 20.
Claba AtTDESSA, adopted daughter of Theo-
dore and Maggie
Williamson, agea amontns
ana u aays.
Funeral services at parents' residence, 197
Juniata street, 'Allegheny, at 230 p. M. Fbiday,
June 2L Interment private at later hour.
COLMEB At 630 on Thursday morning,
Abchie Aljias, twin son of Mary and Harry
Oolmer, aged 3 months.
Funeral this aftebnooit at 2 o'clock.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
DONALDSON On Wednesday evening,
June 19, 18b9, at 920 o'clock, Jennie Emerson,
infant daughter of Thomas and Ella Wilson
Donaldson, aged 4 months and 3 days.
Funeral from tha residence of her parents,
Brighton road. Tenth ward, Allegheny, FBI
DAY, Jane 21, 1&9, at 2 o'clock. Friends of tbe
family are respectfully Invited to attend.
GRABE Clarence C, son of George A
and Emma D. Grabe, aged 5 years, 11 months
and 10 days.
Funeral takes place from his parents' resi
dence, Atwood street, Oakland, to-day at 2
o'clock. Interment private.
HOWARD Thursday. Juno 20, 1889, at 7:45
A. Ji.. Hartley Howabs, son of A. O. How
ard, aged 20 years.
Funeral services at Calvary Episcopal Church,
East liberty, on Saturday afternoon at 2
o'clock. Interment private at later hour. 2
GLOVER On Wednesday morning, June 19,
18S9, at 530 o'clock, JOHN GMVER, aged 40
years ana z manias.
The funeral will take place from his late resi
dence, No. 1 Terrace avenue, Allegheny, on
Fbiday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends ot
the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
HDEBLEB On Wednesday. June 19, at 2:30
p. m., Catherine Hueblxb, nee Emricb.
widow of the late Louis Huebler, in her 60th
Funeral from her late residence. East street
extension, this (Friday) afternoon at 2
O'clock. Friend of the family are respectfully
invited to attend. Carriages will leave W. A.
Klages, 118 Liberty street Allegheny, at 1:15
WOLENSLAGER On Thursday, June 20
1889. at 9 A. Jfc, EDWABD TH0MA6, only child
of E. and Katie Wolenslager, aged 10 months
and 2 days.
Friends of tbe family are invited to attend
the funeral from the residence of his parents.
Reed street near Center avenue, on Fbiday,
June 21, at 2 o'clock.
(Snccessor to Meyer, Arnold &. Co., Lira.,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
Office and residence, 1131 Penn avenne. Tele
phono connection. myiO-tS-stWFSu
JAMES M. FUIXEBTON,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBAL3IER,
No. 6 Seventh Stheet.
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND SMILAX
A. M. & J, B. MUMDOCH,
Telephone 433. defl-H-JCWr
CHOICE FRESH FLOWERS.
HARDY ROSES AND BEDDING-OUT
JOHN R. te A. MURDOCH,
Telephpne 238. EOS Suithfield St.
pEPRESENTED IN MTTSBURer IN ISO.
Assets . 19,071,69683.
Insurance Co. of Korth America,
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-s
Mme, Kelloss's French Tailor System
ot dress cutting. The only system in America
that cats the Worth bias dart. It consists
of a tailor's wooden square, wooden dart and
sleeve rale and scales, the same as best merch
ant tailors use, and a 40-nap:e instruction book.
System and'thorough Instruction in cutting
and basting1, f 10. Call for circulars or address
M, A. DAVIS. 644 Penn ave. myl4-wjrsa
Our lines of these goods for this
season are now all in stock. The
largest assortment we have yet
shown in Scotch "Wool, Silk and
Wool Fannels and Surah Silk,
Percale and French Cheviots,
ranging from $1 50 to $5 60 each.
Extra large sizes in Men's Flannel
Shirts a specialty.
A beautiful line of Sash Ribbons
and Sashes for Dress and
H0RNE & WARD,
4X FIFTM 4. VENVE.
LAIS BLOUSE WAISTS,
Misses' aji Boys
Boys'aad Mefl' s Flannel Shirts
NEW ADYERTISEjMENTS MEW ADVERTISEMENTS. SEW ADTEgTISEaiESTS. . , HEW APYEKTIBgJIEXTS. NEW ADYEKTISEaiEHTg. Ml
'ONYX CLOCKS. p "::. "" " I
Wo have opened a nice assortment of Onyx
Clocks of our own importation which wo can
sell at astonishingly low prices. We would be
pleased to have you call and see them at our
NEW JEWELRY STORE,
37 FIFTH AVENUE, .
WATTLES & SHEAFER,
Sign of Big: Clock on Sidewalk.
We will close onr store at 6 p. Jr., except
Saturdays, until September 1, je21-MWir
THIS IS A POSITIVE
of the entire stock of J. R. ANDERSON, of
1SS Federal street, as the
will attest who have enjoyed this
purchase from the Sheriff of
T, III, II
138 Federal St, Allegheny, Pa,
On Elegant Steamer Mayflower to
Groat Sale of Lots in
leave Monongahela Wharf,
foot of Wood St,, on
Saturday Morning, June 22,
AT 8:30 SHARP,
Returning will arrive at S p.m. Come with us
and enjoy a day on the beautiful Ohio and
o groves and orchards at GROVE-
Brine your wives and children.
will be select and tbe day one of pleasure and
profit to all who participate.
300 large, handsome, shaded lots overlooking
the Ohio river, extending to the nrinciDal street
of Beaver, on line of .three railroads and elec
tric street railway. In view of the magnificent
high bridge spanning the Ohio at tbe outlet of
the Beaver river; surrounded by handsome,
growing and populous towns. These lots are,
par excellence, the choicest ever within the
reach of home seekers and Investors, They
are surrounded by residents, variously em
ployed In Pittsburg and Allegheny, who, from
tbe heated, crowded cities can reach their
homes as quickly aud more comfortably than
can the majority of tbe population of the near
Lunch served free on the ground, and every
arrangement perfected for the comfort and
pleasure of excursionists. '
CALL FOR FREE PASSES at the office of
tbe Mayflower, WILSON, BAILEY & CO., 118
juar&et Direm, vf a. my umce,
313 Wood St.,
THERE CAN BE
As to where you should buy
- FURNITURE, ,
CARPETS and -
if economy is the object you
have in view.
Cash and Credit House,
923 and 925 Penn Ave.,
is the house for you to pat
it you want to save
money, and get dependable
and stylish merchandise.
Is here. Yon will need curtains renovated and
carpets cleaned. There Is but one4lace where
you can get them done in the best manner pos
sible, and that is at
ALLEGHENY STEAM! LAUNDRY.
Offices In Pittsburg, 3 Smithfield street, 1913
Carson street, and 100 Federal street, Alleghe
y. Works, 353-S69 'Beaver, avenue, Allegheny
Telephone 1231. mhM-Jtwr
The War of Wises
For over a hundred years Eng
land web rent by oivil strife be
tween the rival houses of York and
Lancaster. These bloody strug
gles were known as the "War of
the Roses," owing to the fact that
the Yorkists chose a White Rose
and the Lancastrians a Red Rose
as their emblems.
Our "War of the Roses" Is no
long and bloody strife, but merely
a pleasant device to make this,
our last opening of the season, a
memorable occasion. Eaoh lady
visiting our stores on Saturday,
June 22, will have her choice of a
white or a red rose, as a souvenir,
and the following day we shall
announoe which has proven the
favorite flower, the white or the
OUR WHITE OPENING.
To make this occasion doubly at
tractive, we announce for the same
day a special sale of White Goods,
for which we have been preparing
for several months.
As the heated term approaches
one involuntarily turns from the
dark fabrics that seemed comfort
able enough some weeks ago. In
our homes the heavy winter
draperies have been removed, the
warm-looking carpets have given
place to light, cool mattings, for
the sight, like the other senses,
needs rest and ohange.
We have arranged our stores for
their final opening of this season
in accordance with these facts, so
that our patrons will find shopping
a delight to the eye and to the ar
tistic sense, as well as an advant
age to their pockets.
This is to be a farewell greeting
to our many friends who leave the
city during the heated term, and
we mean to live in their memories
until fall All are cordially invited,
whether they wish to buy or
FLEISHMAN & CO.
A m c
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L If C
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Caps, SOc; belts, 50c; blazers, S3 60 an'd $4;
knee pants, S3 and S3 0; long pants, SS: silk
sasbes. all colors, $2 SO: flannel shirts, all colors,
from Jl 50; silk jersey Khirrs, $4 to ST. These
suits are of the best Imported English shrunk
flannels. Tbe belts and sasbes are of woven
silk. The shirts and jerseys of the finest flan.
neis ana suns. Laaies- Diazers, m ou ana .
Sea our complete English outfits, including
cap, blazer, belt, shirt and pants, only 810.
50c STRAW HATS. SOc.
Straw Hats for gentlemen and ladles, boys
and misses in the sailor, yacht and all new
shapes and brands from Mc.
I HAMMOCKS. $1.
As usual, we are tbe first in tbe field with the
best Hammocks at tbe lowest nricea. Try our
American ovcu Perfection" Htmmock;best
in the world: length llfeot, width 3 feet; will
not pull oft buttons like the old s tyle Mexican
Hammock; only SI. We have bljr family and
picnic Hammocks also.
'441 WOOD STREET.
Five Doors below Fifth avenne. eI4rirwv
uj .,, . A IKSOBANCE OO.,
Xlj LN A. Hartford. Conn.
Assets, January 1, 1SS7 5y,5Gi,S 60
EDWARDS & KENNEY, Agents,
OQ Fourth avenue Pittsburg,
Special Bargains all through the various departments for balance of the week.
Note the following:
One case Challis, new and beautiful styles, 5c a yard, worth 10c. Bargains all through the "Wash
50 pieces colored all-wool Qashmeres, 25c a yard, worth 50c. Like bargains all through the Wool
Dress Goods stocks.
Fancy colored Tablings, fast colors, 18c a yard, worth 50c. Special prices on cream and bleached
Table Damasks and Napkins.
Men's Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers 33c, regular 50c goods. All the other grades in proportion.
Ladies' solid colors, fancy and fast? black Hose, 10c a pair, worth 25c.
60c Black Jerseys now 37 q. Sa.tine Suits $3, worth $5. Equally good bargains all through tha.
Cloak Room. ' .
. $1 25 Body Brussels Carpets now 7&c a yard. Other makes equally low. ,
$1 25 Lace Curtains now 75c a pair. Higher grades in proportion.
Special bargains all through the Millinery Department.
P ' Friendless v '
clothin& -MinRIIMMPR WIT- 1
Kilt Suits, sizes from 2 to 6 years,
have been reduced to most con
vincing prices. We are aware of
the fact that it requires extraor
dinary bargains to induce you to
$4 50 Kilt Suits now.---$325
5 00 Kilt Suits now-.. 400
7 50 Kilt Suits now. 500
8 00 Kilt Suits now-..- 6 00
9 50 Kilt Suits now-... 800
10 50 Kilt Suits now-... 850
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.
More, Cite ai Hatters,
161, 163 Federal St., Allegheny.
It Will Pay You to Visit Our
Store Tfiis Week,
As we are offering the greatest values ever
known here. We warrant all our goods to be
tirst-clasa in every particular.
LADIES. Corset Covers, 20c to J3 25;
Drawers, 23c to SI 75; Chemises, 25c to S3;
Gowns, 18c to S3 25; Skirts, 48c to 4 60.
MISSES. Drawers, 10c to 55c; Gowns, all at
cost; Skirts, SOc to SI; Skirts (own make), tl;
Waists, SOc to finest.
CORSETS. O. P., $1 50 to S3 50: B. t G., SI 50
to n 25; Ball's, 76c to SI 25; Dr. Warner's, 31 25;
French Woven, 50c, 76c and SljVentllating.
95c and SI 20: Waists, 25c to $1 50; White, drab,
black and colors.
GLOVES. Misses' Lisle Silk. 25c. 35c and
60c: Reinforced Fingers, 72c and 95c; Lisle, 23c
to 60c: Ladies' Silk, 25c to SI.
EMBROIDERIES, ETC. Edgings. 7c to SOc;
Insertings, 10c to 33c: Flouncings, 25o to SI 23;
Skirtings, 22-inch, STKo to SI 60; 44-incb, 80c to
APRONS. Plain, 25c to SI 23; Trimmed, 40c
to $2 50.
PILLOW SHAMS Plain, $L SI 23. $1 35;
Trimmed, SI 73 to S3; Hemstitched, St 75, JG 75,
it, G, CAMPBELL &
710 PENN AVENUE. 710
Between Seventh and Eighth s,ts.
ANCHOR REMEDY COMP'NY,
829 LL5ERTY STREET,
Why do yon nav tl 00 ner bottle
for Sarsaoarllla and Beef. Wine and
.Iron when you can buy either nre-
'parationrom us at 75c per bottle,
sis bottles SI 00. and quality guar
anteed to be the best In tbe mar
ket. Wo have numerous testimo
nials from physicians and others
indorsing our Liver Pills as a mild and effective
cathartic They are unsurpassed. After giv
ing tbem a trial you will use no others. Price
25c For sprains, bruises and all rhenmatio
pains, use tbe Anchor Liniment. It has no
eaual. Come and see Qg jf you are in any way
MLLE. E. DREYER.
NO. OH PENN AVENUE.
IMPORTER OF FRENCH MILLINERY,
Trimmed Bonnets and round Hats.
Mourning a Specialty.
167 and 169 FEDERAL
STRASSBURGER & JOSEPH.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPLY ATTENDED TO-
Nobody" intends tot buy
mean clothing. It isn't made
well, it doesn't look well, it
doesn't wear well. The qual
ity is poor, the work cheap,
the price high. It's made to
Look out for it at the be
ginning, of a season! Look
out for it at the end! No
body wants it if they know
it It's great on reductions.
How different it is with
Wanamaker clothing. Peo
ple who get it like it. It
wears long, the service is sat
isfactory and the price is low.
It gains and hoJds customers.
In clearing-out lots, prices
that were low are lower.
Thin goods keep coming
and going. Prices must be
The most perfect merchant
tailoring: 1,000 styles of
Sixth street atul Fenn avenue.
Our stock of these goods is largo,.
VERY LARGE, comprising ordinary,
medium and finest grades, in Order to
reduce same, we will offer them for a
FEW DAYS ONLY, at specially cut
Nine-piece. Decorated Chamber Sets at $3 20.
Twelve-piece Decorated Chamber Seta, with
Jar, at $5 75.
Our S3 75 Set Is a regular seller at S7 50, and
is excellent value.
THE J. P.SMITH
Lamp, Glass k China Cil,
935 Penn Avenue.
Bet. Ninth and Tenth Streets.
P. S. Oar reputation as being; headquar
ters for Wedding Gifts 1 admitted by all. We
are maintaining the standard. jel6-WFSu
When Making' Your Purchases, and by Doing So
You Will Save Money.
This can only be done by purchasing ot a good, reliable firm, and we have that
reputation. Having it, we are bound to keep ic Our prices are the lowest and all
our goods, are recommended. So it will pay- you well to deal with us.
NOW IS YOUE TIME TO BUY,
As there Is but very little time now left before the busy season starts. Coma'now
and make your selections. By paying a small amount dawn, 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 tha
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 Hetv Tarlor Suits.
.Elegant Neiv Bedroom Suits.
Neto Carpets. JVeip Bugs.
New Druggets. New Goods,
Everything new, from the highest to tha lowest, and don't forget that anything
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 "MW HIGH ARM" DAVIS SEWING MACHINE.
STREET, ALLEGHENY, PA.
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NOW GO in a OK.
Umbrellas andFans, Etc.
Successors to Morris H. Dansier,
SIXTH ST. AND PENN AVENUE.
Apolllnaria, Bedford, Poland, Sain
taris. Strontla, Saratoga, Sorndel,
Clysmic, Betbesda, Vichy. Buffalo,
GEO. K. STEVENSON t CO.,
SIXTH AVENUE, jaiaeajrw?-
Saturdays TJntU lO o'oloolc
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