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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, JOLT 8, 1889.
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a willing WITNESS.
Davitt Gives His Testimony Before
the farnell Commission.
THE CLAH-BA-GAEL IS ALL EIGHT,
Although Some of its Members Hay Have
Been Criminals.
PBOJIIKEXT IEISE LEADERS IN AMEEICA
Losdon, July 2. Mr. Michael Davitt
was examined before thn Parnell Commis
sion to-day. Mr. Davitt declared that tnere
was no truth in the account given bj Le
Caron before the commission concerning
proposals of John Devoy being submitted
to Mr. Parnell. Mr. Parnell had nothing
to do with witness' visit to America In 1878.
Mr. Davitt stated that while In America he at
tended meetings of the Clan na-Gael, at which
he explained the object of the Land League,
and tried to win the Clan-na Gael to its sup
port. The Clan na-Gael, he said, included some
of the best Irishmen in America. It was no
more a murder club than was the Carleton Club
of London. There was no alliance between the
Clan na QaM and the League in Ireland. Die
League movement in America won the support
of all the Irish in America to Mr. Parnell. Mr.
Davitt said he never met a better man as a
philanthropist and a Christian than Patrick
Ford. He was very sorry that for a few months
after the League was established Mr. Ford
openly advocated the use of dynamite.
Witness wrote to him expostulating against
his Indorsement of such a line of action, and
ultimately Mr. Ford returned to the policy
adopted by Mr. ParnelPs followers, and now
honestly advocates constitutional agitation.
"Witness said he himself was opposed to the use
of dynamite, because it was an immoral aud
Unmanly style of warfare.
HES FOECE IS AtL EIGHT.
He was not opposed to physical force if in
resorting thereto there was a reasonable chance
of success. The League did not provide for
the circulation of the IrUh World in Ireland.
Mr. Ford sent copies over through the
"spread-the-llght fund," and witness paid
the postage. The League did not cir
culate the letter of John Devoy
on a new departure, extracts from
which were quoted by Attorney General Web
ster, counsel for the Times.
Mr. Davitt said he had Known Alexander Sul
livan since 1878. and had the highest opinion of
his ability as a lawyer, his character as a citi
zen and his honor as a man. He did not be
lieve him to be capable of any dishonorable
act. Witness returned to Ireland from Amer
ica in December, 1880. He bad then framed
and issued a circular to the Irish people, and
had delivered SO speeches denouncing outrages.
He believed outrages were due to the agitation
of local agrarian bodies, composed chiefly of
sons of small tenant farriers.
When the witness was released from prison
on May 6, 1SS2. Mr. Parnell and Mr. Dillon had
informed him that they were hopeful of a
change iu the Government's policy. Witness
was glad that there was a prospect of agitation
ceasing. He disliked agitation and would will
ingly abacaon it to-morrow it he saw some jus
tice done to Ireland. He could not abandon it
otherwise.
ONE EPISODE.
In reference to the Phmnix Park murders,
Mr. Davitt said: "Mr. Parnell came to me on
the Sunday following the day of the murders
utterly broken down at the news. He said,
'Davitt, I shall send my resignation to Cork to
night. I refuse to stay in the movement when
irresponsible men of whom we know nothing
can come behind our backs and perpetrate
snch deeds.' "It took all my influence," said
the witness, "to dissuade him from resigning.
We immediately bad circulated throughout
Ireland a manifesto condemning the murder.
There was absolutely no ground for the sug
gestion that I or any of my colleagues were in
any way pnyy to the crimes."
Mr.Davitt continued: "Beyond stating pub
licly in New York in July, 1832. that 1 had
severed my connection with the revolutionary
body, I expressed no dissent of the Fenians. 1
did not attend anv meeting of the Clan-na-Gael
in 1880. I believe that murders were com
mitted by the Clan na-Gael, but the perpetra
tors certainly did not have the sanction of the
governing body, nor the approval of the
leaders. When I was Organizing Secretary I
communicated with the member of the Su
preme Council for my district."
Attorney General Webster Who was her
Mr. Davitt I cannot tell you. It would be a
gross breach of trust to divulge bis name. If
be is still in business in England be might be
ruined if the fact of his connection with the
council became known.
A CHAXGE OP WOBDS.
The Attorney General said he would not
press the qnestlon now, and the witness, con
tinuing, said that in a letter which he had writ
ten he bad used the word "pen," meaning re
volver. He declined to say to whom the letter
was addressed.
The Attorney General Was It Arthur For
rester? Mr. Davitt I cannot say without possibly in
juring a man who greatly wronged me.
Presiding Justice Hannon said the Court re
spected the motive for witness' reticence,
but could cot recognize it as an excuse for not
answering. Mr. Davitt thereupon explained
that the man to whom the letter was written
bad conceived a hatred of another member of
the League, and wished to murder him. Wit
ness wrote to him, appearing to sanction the
act he meditated, but really to gain time until
he could write to two superior officials and
ask them to dissuade the man from carrying
out his purpose. The expression used In, the
letter was: "Whoever is employed, do not let
him use the pen we have been using."
Witness wrote to the two superior officers
about the matter. Ho could not tell their
names. He believed that both were now in
America. Mr. Davitt said the friend to whom
was addressed the letter in which the word pen
appeared was cow in America, and he now pub
licly appealed to him to allow him to divulge
his name.
ABOUT THE SPEAK-EASIES.
A Campaign Flnnned and Some Salt AN
ready Entered.
County License Agent, R. S. P. McCall, said
yesterday that he did not believe that there
was near as many "speak-easies" as were talked
about, and that the number was being reduced
each day. Continuing, be said: "I intend to
get a list of persons who have paid the special
tax, and compare it with my list. I hare no
doubt it will give us some pointers. The reason
I have been somewhat slow about prosecutions
is becanse it is the duty of each constable to
make his returns of illegal liquor selling, and I
want to give them a fair chance. It is true the
cumber of such returns they have made is
ridiculously small, but from the intimation
tbey received from the court they will do their
duty more in conformity with their oath than
heretofore. In the meantime I am cot asleep
and have some cases already under considera
tion which will be brought to light in a few
days. If the constables fail to make proper re
turns then I shall commence a vigorous cam
paign." Bridget Bennett, of Neville street. East End,
was before Alderman Dougbtv yesterday,
charged with selling without a license, and was
held in $500 bail.
Constable Mclnerney, of Alderman Keilly'a
office, arrested an Italian named Nepole Mo
ranio j esterday, on a charge of selling liquor
without a license, preferred by John Couch.
The parties reside at Sandy Creek.
A Fanny Assault.
James Denhoim Is on trial on a charge of
assault and battery. The case is a peculiar
one. Denhoim was driving along Frankstown
avenue in a buggy. Thou eh warned notto,and
without any necessity, it is claimed, he drove
close to the trench of a natural gas line in
which some laborers were at work. The buggy
wheel struck some iron castings, knocking one
of them into the trench. It struck one of the
workmen named McCarthy, fracturing his
collar boue. McCarthy then sued Denhoim for
assault and battery.
Parse Mill Open.
Treasurer Thompson reports the contribu
tions to now foot up 718,055 62. Those reported
yesterday were: Citizeos of West Grafton, W.
Va S119 60; citizens of Beaver Falls, Pa., S2,
177 60: citizens of New Cumberland, Pa , $78;
citizens of Canton, O., (add.), H17 65; citizens
of Big Prairie, 0 (add.). &1 0; citizens of
Woodrille and vicinity, $53 17; Congregational
Church, Alyona, Iowa. $31 12; employes Sedalia
section Mlsrouri and Pacific ilailwav. $20: He
bron Presbyterian Church. Clinton, Pa., $09.
A Mid-Ocrnn Benrflr.
Captain James F. Moore, for many years
market clerk, who left for a European tour
some weeks ago, has landed In Liverpool. He
crossed in the City of Paris, and has sent to
friends in this city the procramme of a concert
riven in mid-ocean for the benefit of the Johns
town sufferers. A. M. Palmer presided, and
among the performers were MlssF. Schnbert,
Miss Heather Bigg, William Hoey and Tony
Pastor.
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MOKE LIFE MEMBERS.
Gentlemen Who Are Willing to Pot Their
Trust In an Exposition.
The Board of Directors of the Exposition
Society held their regular meeting yesterday
afternoon. The subscribers to the loan re
ported were Howe, Brown fc Co., $100. and W.
E. Osborne, $25. A donation of 1100 was made
the society by W. 8. Purviance, Esq, Life
managers were elected as follows: J.Charles
Dlcken, Edward Schauer, U. E. Lippencotr, J.
V. McCance, John L. Tate, J. H. Reed, Esq..
Georce Schmidt, W. 8. Anderson, Wilson,
Bailey Cd, Walter Lyon, Esq . W. A. Ede
bnrn and C. A. Cooper.
llr. Bardsley, the gentleman who raised some
objections to the Exposition Society occupy
ing a space of ground adjoining the Exposition
Building, has decided to let the matter drop.
Engineer Gaw yesterday had the sheds razed
to the ground, ana Mr. Bardsley did not say
anything about it.
CLARET WINES.
Imported nrnndenbnrg Frerea.
Medoc, St Emihon, St. Estepha, St
Julien, Margeaux, Pontet Canet, St
Pierrk, Chateau Leoville, Chateau La
Bosa, Chateau Mouton, Grand Yin Chateau
Margeaux, Grand Vin Chateau Lafitte, by
the case or bottle. G. W. Schmidt,
95 and 97 Fifth avenue, city,
To-Dnr, and Until 12 O'clock
Noon, to-morrow, we continue our closing
out sale of all men's suits and light-weight
Nothing. Men's fine buits that were marked
$18, $20 and $22 are now reduced to $10, and
our f 10 and $18 suits go for $8. Some 1,300
men's stylish sack suits at the low price of
$6. No blow or bluster about this, but a
genuine clearing sale of all summer light
weight goods. We are open, bear in mind,
until 9 o'clock to-night, and until 12, noon,
to-morrow. P. C C. C.,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
Court House.
Flannel Klilrts for tbe Fonrtb,
Buy them to-day, gentlemen, the store is
closed all day Thursday come to-day.
Jos. Hobne & Co.'s,
Penn Avenue Stores.
Don't Bur Fireworks
Until you have examined the stock we ex
hibit It is the largest in the city, compris
ing all the novelties in the line. The goods
are from the best fireworks manufacturers
in the country. See them at James W.
Grove's,4Filth avenue. TWTS
Lentber Traveling Baga Small and Large,
In alligator and grain leather best shapes.
Jos. Hoene & Co.'s,
Penn Avenue Stores.
To properly celebrate the Fourth go to
Beaver and see the Groveland plan of lots.
It is conducive to matrimony to visit
Groveland, the lots are so pretty.
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
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J Marion E. McQulston Pittsburg
i Charles A. Balph Allegheny
I Florence M. Frater Allegheny
( William Freahcorn Allegheny
1 Marlon Orabam Allegheny
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I Hose flsono Pittsburg
Jonn Freunt Sharpsburg
( Amalla Itobazek Dbarpsburg
(Samuel Wurget...... Mew Brighton
J Sadie V. Melrln Pittsburg
j James O. Tlsher Pittsburg
lArvlllaU Black Pittsburg
(George Kumeas Pittsburg
(Sarah Harrison Pittsburg
(Joseph Mihlheiller. Sharpsburg
( Mary Ryan Allegheny
J Charles Downey r. Pittsburg
(Mary Uolcomb Pittsburg
(James Neville. Pittsburg
( Ann laolan Pittsburg
(Evan D.James Ulrard, O
Leah U. Jarrett Pittsburg
(Thomas Kait-k McKeesport
(Pavena Slkerla McKeesport
(John Weber Shaler township
j Anna Pflaumn Scaler township
I Peter Langsdorf. '..McKeesport
I Maggie olf McKeesport
j David Hughes Pittsburg
(Annie Sbepberd Pittsburg
J Henry Conrad .Knoxvllle
(Lizzie Katlleman. Pittsburg
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I Alice Baker Pittsburg
J Samuel Hnmpherles Pittsburg
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J Benedict Vogle Pittsburg
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MARRIED.
FRASER BALPH At the residence of the
bride's mother. No, 2 Norman street, Alle
gheny, Pa., Tuesday evening, July 2, by Rev.
John R. Sutherland. D. D., Florxxcx M.
Fbaseb and Charles a. Balph.
DIED.
BLACKBURN On Tuesday, July 2, US9.
Emma Beeedon, infant child of Oliver A. and
Annie Reed Blackburn.
Funeral services at the residence of tbe
grandparents. No. 81 Arch street, JULY 8, at 3
p. M. Interment private.
B1HLMAN On Monday, July 1, at 7 P. H
A. B. Bihlman, aged 60 years 6 months 25
days.
Funeral takes place from his late residence,
Nos. 49 and SI Diamond street, on Wednes
day ajptebnoon, Jnly 3, at 2 o'clock. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to at
tend. 2
BIER On Tuesdav, July 2, 18S9, at 5 A. M.,
Maby, wife of Frederick Bier, St., aged 75
j cars, 3 months and 6 dajs.
Funeral on Wednesday, July 3, at 2 p.m.,
trom her late residence. Forward avenue.
Four-Mile Run, Twenty-second ward. Friends
are respectfully invited.
CROWLEY Tuesday, July 2, at 250 P. K.,
Irene, daughter of Michael and Lizzie Crow
ley, aged 1 year and 1 day.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
DAVIS Atthe residence of her son-in-law,
Warden J B. Berlin. Ross and Diamond streets,
at 1220 o'clock Mondav, July L 1839, Mrs. Man
G abet A. Davis, aged 53 years.
Funeral services will be held at 750 o'clock
Tuesday evexino at the warden's residence.
The Interment will take place from the Erie
and Pittsburg depot at Sharon, Pa., on the ar
rival of the morning train from this city.
New Castle and Sharon papers please copy.
DEMPSEY On Monday evening, July 1,
18S9, at St, Francis Hospital, Joint H. DEMP
SEY, aged SO years.
Funeral Wednesday morning at 8.30. In
terment private.
FARRELL On Tuesday, July 2, 1B89, at 3:45
p. M . Viboinia, twin daughter of W. J. and
Ida McLaugiilln Farrell. of Cumberland, Md.,
aged 3 monttia.
Funeral from residence of grandmother,
Mrs. John McLaughlin. 82 Chatham street, on
Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
JONES On Monday evening. Jnly 1, 1889, at
8 o'clock, Mrs. Ann Jones, aged 66 years and 9
months.
Funeral from her late residence. No. 127
Eighteenth street, Southsioe, on Wednesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the
family are respectfully Invited to attend. 2
KNAB On Monday, July 1 1889. at 7 P. M.,
Geokqe Knab, aged 67 years 8 months 17
days.
Funeral from his late residence, Evergreen
plank road, Koss township, on Wednesday,
July 3. at 2 p. if. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend. 2
KLORER Monday, Jnly 1, at 3 P. M.,
Theodore Klobeb, in his 38th year.
Funeral to take place Wednesday, July 3,
at 8 A. M. from the residence of his mother-in.
law, Rosa Gschwent, No. 693 E. Ohio street.
Requiem mass at the Most Holy Name of
Jeans Church, Troy Hill, at 9 A. M. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend.
Carriages will leave A. Pappert &. Son's, No. 32
North strtet, Allegheny, at 750 A. at 2
LOGAN At his residence In Parnassus, Pa.,
on Monday, Julv L 1889, at 5 p. IL, JOHN W.
LOOAN. in the S5th year of his age.
Funeral from his late residence Wednes
day afternoon, July 3, at 2 o'clock. 2
LOOMIS On Mondav. Jnly L. 1889, at 9a.ii.,
Rose Anna, wife of William Loomis.
Funeral services at her late residence, Craf
ton. Pa., Wednesday, July 3, at 2 p. u.
Train leaves Union station at 1 P.M. Inter,
ment private. 2
McBRIDE-On Tuesday, July 2, 18S9,at 750
a. m.. Mary, relict of tbe late Patrick Mc
Bride, in the 65th year of ber age.
Funeral will take place from the residence of
ber sister, Mrs. Ferris, No. 16 Mercer street, on
Thursday morning at 850 o'clock. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to attend?
Philadelphia and Altoona papers please copy.
2
NEELY On Monday, July 1, 1889, at 3 A. at.,
Mrs. Maria Neely. relict of the late James
M. Neely. aged 75 years.
Funeral services will be held at ber late resi
dence No. 125 Bluff street, near Van Braam,
Wednesday, July 3, at 250 P. M. Interment
private at a later hour. 2
O'BRIEN On Monday. Only L 1889, at 2.50
p. M., James O'Brien, in the 76th year of bis
age.
Funeral from his late residence, 316 Ohio
street, Allegheny, on Wednesday morning,
July 3, at 9 o'clock, to proceed to St. Peter's
pro-Cathedral. Friends of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend. 2
PARKIN On Tuesday morning, Julv 2, 1889,
at the residence of his father, Charles Parkin,
near Parnassus, Charles B. Parkin, aged 20
j ears.
Funeral services at the Butler Street M. E.
Church on Friday afternoon, Jnly 5, at 250
o'clock. Interment private. 2
RAN CH-On Tuesday. Jnly 2. 1889, at 750 A.
1L. Joseph Ranch, in his 13th year.
Funeral from his late residence, Dnquesne
way, on Wednesday, July 3, at 3 o'clock p. M.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend.
SPEED On Tuesday, July 2, 1889, at 8:15
p. m., Elizabeth, wife of Abraham Speed,
anddanghter of Wm. and Bessie Kirby, aged
24 years.
Fnneral from her late residence, 4552 Friend
ship avenue, on Thursday, July 4, at 250 p.
M. Friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend. 2
SCHELL On Tuesday morning, July 2,
at 250 o'clock, ALVIS J. A. Schell, aged 8
months and 22 days, son of John B. and La vine
M. Schell.
Fnneral Wednesday afternoon, at 4
o'clock, from tbe residence of his parents, 1716
Carey alley, Snuthslde.
8CHNIDER Monday, July 1, at 850 A.M.,
Maggie, danghter of George C. and Mary
Schnider, aged 2 years. 8 months and 21 days.
Funeral will take place from parents' resi
dence, Taylor street. Sixteenth ward, July 3,
at 2 P. M. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend.
SCHULTZ On Sunday. June SO. at 10.43,
John Scuultz. aged 47 years 9 months.
Funeral from bis late residence, 269 Saw Mill
Run alley, on Wednesday, at 2 o'clock. 2
SWEENEY On Monday, Jnly 1. 1889, at 9:40
A. ii.. Miss Annie M. SWEENEY, aged 45
years.
Funeral from ber late residence, Ohio town
ship, on Wednesday. July 3, at 10 o'clock a.
m. Interment at Perrysville. Friends of the
family are Invited to attend. 2
THOMAS At the residence of her son-in-law,
Andrew J. Snow, Na 64 Lawn street, at
4 40 o'clock Tuesday. Jnly 2. 189, Mrs. Maby
A. Thomas, relict of William J. Thomas, aged
63 years.
Funeral services Fbiday, July 6. at 2 o'clock.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 3
WEYGAND-On Tuesday, Jnly 2,1889, at
4 JO o'clock A. M., at his late residence. No. 163
Arlington avenue, Chables W. Weyoand,
aged S3 years.
Services on July 4. at 10 o'clock A. m. Fun
eral private at a later hour.
Philadelphia papers please copy.
WINTERH ALTER On Tuesday, July 2, at
6 10 P. M., Edwabd Wintebhalteb, ton of
Theresa Kaiser, aged 33 years and 8 months.
Funeral takes place from his late residence,
Shady avenne. Eleventh ward, Allegheny City,
on Thubsday afternoon, July 4, atSo' clock.
Friends of tbe family are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
ANTHONY MEYER,
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold ACo., Lim.,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1134 Penn avenne. Tele
phone connection. mylO-69-MWFSU
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CARPET BARGAINS.
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138 Federal St, Allegheny, Pa.
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PARASOLS MOST GO!
We have cut the price without regard to
C03t 12 eoods for $1 25; $2 25 for $1 50; $4
for $2; $1 60 to $2 50; 55 to 3; 56 and 57 50
goods marked to $4. The goods are all
clean and the styles the newest
Our great Bargain Umbrella Sale is com
manding a great deal of attention. Ton
can get a bargain in an umbrella as well as
a parasol now.
LADIES' LAWN AND CAM
BRIC DRESSING
Sacques from 75c to IS, all sizes, 32 to 42.
Low Keck Corset Covers.
We are calling out a number of lines of
gowns, skirts, chemises, corset covers,
drawers, which we offer at much less than
regular prices, to close out at once. You
can get some good bargaius in these. You
will find them out in trays on the muslin
underwear counter.
CHATELAINE BAGS AND
BELTS.
A new and beautifnl line just opened in
ocze calr, seal and grain leather, iu black,
sell, mahogany, tan and sage.
Traveling Bags, Club and Gladstone
Ehape, in grain and alligator at very low
prices.
Portemonnais, Purses and Card Cases,
newest shapes and sizes.
BELT BUCKLES!
Sterling silver as well as the imitation
silver; newest designs. Side combs, lancv
stick pins, nail brnshes, hair brushes, tooth
brushes, combs, hand mirrors, etc
COLORED SILK FRINGES!
Cream White Silk Fringes, Black Silk
Fringes.
DRAPERY DRESS NETS 1
Light-Colored Nets for mountain and
seaside evening wean
Black, Fish and Brussels Nets, Striped
and Figured Nets.
'Chantilly Laces and Flcuncings, specially
extra good values.
HORNE & WARD,
41,JFXFTS A VENUE.
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HOUSE-CLEANING TIME
Is hero. Yon 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 1
CHAS. 1FEIFER'S
ALLEGHENY BTEAit LAUNDRY.
Offices in Plttsburz, ti3Smlthfleld street, 1913
Carson street, and 10Q -Federal street, Allefthe
y. Works, &W-369 Beaver avenue, Allegbe ny
Telephone 1291, mbX-xynr
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
OUR STORES
OPENTO-NIGHT
Until 10 o'clock, but closed all day
on the Fourth.
OUR CLEARANCE SALE
will continue until further notice.
New bargains thrown on the coun
ters daily, just as fast as we make
headway with stock-taking.
BUY YOUR FLAGSTO-DAY
SEE OUR PRICES.
N0.6, size 8 in. by 14 in., at 3c
each, or 30c a dozen.
No. 7, size 11 in. by 18 in., at 4c
each, or 40c a dozen.
No. ", size i2j in. by 22 in., at
5c each, or 50c a dozen.
No. 8, size 17 in. by 27 in., 8c
each, or 75 c a dozen.
No. 9, size 21 in. by 36 in., at 15c
each, or $1 50 a dozen.
No. 10, size 28 in. by 43 in., at
20c, or $2 a dozen.
BUNTING FLAGS. '
2x3 feet at $1 each.
3x5 feet at $2 each.
4x7 feet at $3 each.
Fleishman & Go's.
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506 and 508 Market st,
PITTSBTJEG, PA. ,
COLD SPARKLING SODA WATER,
THE BEST IN THE TWO CITIES.
ICE CREAM SODA WATER,
Only 5 cents. The usual price
is ioc.
Also, Root Beer, Ginger Ale, and
all the leading Mineral Waters.
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PAULSON BROTHERS.
LADIES' BLAZERS, 83 50 and 84.
TEPfPJTS OUTFITS.
Caps, 60c; silk belts, 60c; flannel blazers. S3,
$3 60 and Hrflannel shirtn. from SI 60 to &t; silk
shirrs, from S3 60 to $7; silk jersey shirts. $1 60
to 37; Ions pants, $5: knee pants, $3 and S3 50.
Complete outfit, including English flannel cap,
blazer, belt, shirt and pants, only $10.
Our blazers are very wide stripe. This is the
correct thine this ear. Onr English Lounging
Suits are white with line blue or brown lines.
I HAMMOCKS. $1.
Best woven "Perfection" from SI to tbe lar
gest made. Length 11 feet, width 3 feet. Will
not pull oft buttons.
SOe. STRAW HATS. 50c.
A good Straw Hit for 60c, 75c and JL Of
coarse we haTe the finest also.
PAULSON BROS.,
441 WOOD STREET.
Five Doors below Fifth avenue.
N.B. Ladies' Sailor Yacht Hats, Steamer
Caps ana Biding Hats now ready. JeSS-Xwr
week crcrxfsr i3 '89.
WILLIAM
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Our Stock Must be
SATINES All our stock of
qualities; just what you paid i2jc
Large lines of good styles Dress Ginghams, sc and 6lcx Challis, 5c; Challis Beiges, 5c: Batistes and Lawns!
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WOOL DRESS GOODS
town fabrics, i8c All-wool Cashmeres, 25c, 35c and 50c, are ' bargains; Targe assortment at 30c and
values in .oiacc uress uooas.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
Good Gauze Shirts, 15c Unlaundried Shirts, 37c, sold everywhere at
in Collars and Cuffs, Neckwear, Handkerchiefs and Hosiery for Men and
PARASOLS Bound to sell
laice your cnoice. suk umDreiias, jsi 25, $v $0, $1 75 ana $2; are
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We have no room here to itimize the bargains in Lace Curtains,
to look through these departments;
A"Ma nrlprc "cnlff.iti.r1 atirl nrrtmnflv fill) .
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NEW ADVZRTISEHEKTS.
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Sale.
Too muoh Light Weight and Hot
Weather Clothing on our tables.
We have determined to get rid of
it before the season oloses, and if
selling It depends on low prices, it
is bound to go. Quality as good as
ever fashioning the best and new
est, but prices one-fourth to one
third .less now than a month ago.
All sizes included in this sale.
Lowest prices on the newest
styles of Light-colored Derbys and
Straw Hats.
STRASSBURGER & JOSEPH,
Tailors, ClotMors ana Hatters,
161, 163 Federal St., Allegheny.
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BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
SOME BABE BABGAfflS. .
5-ft. curtain poles, brass trimmings, 21c
Pillow-sham holders, only 33c.
Croquet sets, only 76c.
Mexican hammocks, only SI 25.
Gents' clnb bags, 75c, tl, Jl 25, SI 39, SI SO,
SI 61, tl 75, $2, $2 39.
Gladstone baps, SI 25. SI S9, SI 60, SI 69. SI 89,
S2, $2 25, S2 39, S2 SO, J2 69, S2 75, S2 S9, S3, S3 25,
S3 60.
Ladies' hand bags, 69c, 75c and SL
Lnnch baskets. 19c, 25c, SSc. 60c 63c 69c 75c
Shopping baskets. 60c 63c 76c. E9c 95c, SL
Market baskets, 60c 63c Sc 89c SI, U 25.
Table mats. 6 in set. 60c, 75c, 96c, L
Fans, worth 25c only 10c
Silk.plnsh albums, only 69c
Silver plated d.nner knives, only 10c
Silver plated table spoons and forks, only 10c
5-bottle silver plated castor, only SL
Silver plated butter dish, only Si.
Silver plated pickle castor, only SI.
66 pieces, decorated tea set, only $2 89.
112 pieces, decorated dinner set, only S3 50.
12 pieces, decorated toilet set with jar, only H
10 pieces, decorated toilet set, only S2 25.
Dinner plates, only 6c
Cups and saucers, only 6c
Putz pomade for cleaning brass and silver, 6c
Sponges, 6c 10o and 16c
Boys' toy sailboats, 16c 25c 60c and JL
Boys' 4-wheel wagons, 39c, 60c, 95c to S2 60.
Boys' iron velocipedes, from S3 25 to SS.
Girls' iron tricycles, upholstered. S3 75 to
S13 50.
Children's high chairs, onlv 60c
Black walnut tables, onlv SL
Brass bi rd cages, 60c 76c 89c, SL '
We carry the largest line of honse furnishing
goods in the city; also 10.000 different articles
on our 6c and 10c counters.
Goods delivered in any part of the city free.
H. G. HAYDEN & CO.
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ANCHOR REMEDY COMP'NY,
S29 LIBERTY STREET.
Whv do vou nav tl 00 ner bottle
for Sarsaparilla and Beef.Wlne and
Iron when you can bnv either pre
paration from us at 75c ner bottle.
six bottles St 00. and quality guar
anteed to be the best in tbe mar
ket. We have nnmerous testimo
nials from nhvsiclans and others
indorsing onr Liver Pills as a mild and effective
cathartic They are unsurpassed. After giv
ing them a trial you will use no others. Price
25c For sprain, brnises and all rheumatic
pains, use tbe Anchor Liniment. It has no
eanal. Come and see ns If yon are In any way
afflicted. Mr
THE AMERICAN FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY,
Philadelphia.
Total Assets, January L 1887 S2,301,858 66
EDWARDS & KENNET, Ag'ts,
QO FOURTH AVE., Pittsburg, Fa.
fc Telephone 760. Jal5m0-w
167 and 169 FEDERAL
RRAND RUMMER
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Cleared and You Will Find Unprecedented Bargains Now in Every
American and Trench Satines now
to 18c for earlier in the season.
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40 - inch Etamines, all-wool, 15c and 20a
You never saw as good values as our
them now. All our $$ Parasols now
you .will save dollars by doing so, and
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
WILL QUIT
BUSINESS.
In order to settle the estate of J. P. Smith,
deceased, we will
CLOSE OUT
Our entire stock of Lamps, Chandeliers, Glass
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ware, Household China, Bric-a-Brac. Clocks. &f
redestals, Lras Fixtures, rancy Vjooas, eta, at a --1
v BIO- CRZEZDUCTIOIISr.
"PVot-irf-riinor mncf rio enlrl Pnrmpr nnrl nrps
ent prices marked in
article.
The J. P, Smith Lamp,
935 Penn Ave., between Ninth and Tenth Sts.
DANZIGER &
OONTINUA.TION'
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Great ffljf Coisipeit Si
Our big stores thronged with customers from
morning until evening.
DAfelGER &
Successors to MORRIS H. DANZIGER.
SIXTH STREET AND PENN AVENUE.
JUHE, JULY
Are usually tbe very dnll months in the
inducements to borers, we have done an
of Jane, actually surpassing all oar
during the latter month why can it
low enough. We will do this yon can
nary line of bargains in
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In Walnut, Cherry,
parlor Furniture;
All Styles of Frames. Our OWN MAKE of Goods in Hair Cloth, all Grade,
of Flushes, Brocatelles, Tapestries, Etc.
LIBRARY AND OFFICE FURNITURE.
BABY CABKIAGES. $10 00 and up.
ICE CHESTS, $3 BGt and up.
WAlJiK (JUULiilKS ana JsU.LiX.tt.KS, irom Uc to 915 00 eacn.
"WINDOW SCREENS. DOOR SCREENS.
Our Lace and Portier Curtains, in every
carpets, uu uiom, Jjinoieums at prices
CASH OR EAST PAYMENTS.
HOPPER BROS. & CO;
307 WOOD STREET, BET.
DEIjEVATOIt TO EVERY
TTDIESTBEFORE G0INU"T0THET8EX
I l SHORE call and see my new natural enr
skeleton Dangs: something delijrntful, cool and
stylish; also full line of new eoods; electric
combs, nairplns, curling Irons, etc MARIE
LANDERS, Hngus & Haclte buUdlns.upstalrs.
Take Sperber's elevator. Je9wsu
WEEK
SIEIIVCIPILIErS
STREET, ALLEGHENY,
CLEARANCE SALE ' :X
marked at prices to make things
The French fabrics now 20c and 25c
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Double width Cashmeres, ioc to
Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers at 35c
sod The best Shirr in the country
Hoys.
$2 50; our $4 and, $4 50 Parasols, $2
extra good values.
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Carpets, Wraps, Suits, Hosiery, Gloves,
be, highly pleased. '
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Furniture Trade, but by offering special '
extraordinary business dnrins tbe month
expectations. Now if business was so good
not be daring July If we make onr prices ,!
rest assured, and offer now an extraordl-M
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Oak, Ash, Etc., Etc.
KEFRIGEBATOES. t6 00 and up.5
ICE CEEAM FREEZERS, all prices
variety, have been marked away downTj
tnat cannot De equaled. ,
THIRD AND FOURTH AVE$
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WATER,
Clysmic, Bethesda, Vichy.
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Lithia. Eureka.
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UEO. K. STEVENSON & CO
SIXTH AVENUE. jaLUS-KH
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Line of Dry Goods.
go at once. See the
were sold earlier at 33c asdJfc
6jc, 8c and ioc. Other washTfil
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20c; worth 50 per cent mor&JJa
370; about half-price; equally
A splendid Merino Shift!
for 75c. or 3 for z 00." Every
our $3 and 350 Parasc
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