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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1889.
GLAD TO GET AWAY.
The 1'residcnt More Than Ilnppy to
leave Washington and Its Woes.
WILLING TO ABANDON BUSINESS
Tor the Measure of Forming His Family's
WAXAIIAKEK'S TELEGRAPH RATES CUT
Cphtld t One or Bis Entordlnates, bat Sot Likely to
be a Success.
President Harrison left 'Washington yes
terday for C'er Park, where lie will rest at
least until Wednesday, when he may return
to Washington to meet with his Cabinet
Second Assistant Postmaster General "Whit
field thinks Postmaster "WanamaKer was
fully justified in cutting the rates for Gov
ernment telegrams. The present opinion
is that Mr. Wanamaker may have to pay
the old rates or go without telegraphic ac
commodations. f SrEClAL TELEGRAM TO THE DITATCn.l
Washington, July 12. With satisfac
tion shining in every line of his pale counte
nance, the President departed this after
noon for Deer Park, where he will soon be
In thebosom of his family. The Presidcntal
party wai composed of the President, Sec
retary Windoni, the Misses Windoni and
Notwithstanding tiie general report that
the President would take several clerks
with him to Deer Park, and carry on the
executive business of the country in the
more comfortable mountain atmosphere, the
President did nothing of the kind, and
never intended to do it. His purpose in
going to the mountains is to be with
his family and abandon all thought
of executive business as far as pos
sible. He will do nothing more serious
than indulge in mountain walks and rides
With his family, hobnob and smoke and
swap stories with Steve Elkins and ex-Senator
Iavis, and possibly hunt a little and
fish a little, though such'sports are slightly
out ot season. He will return next
Wednesday in time lor the Cabinet
meeting, and this going on Fri
days and coming on Wednesdays will
be his programme during the summer
with slisrht variations, suth as his visit to
Ulaine, which will be made in about two
weeks. This visit is partly on account of
the poor health of Mr. Blaine and pnrtly to
put the finishing touch upon the stones that
there is a lack ot triendly feeling between
the President ard the Secretary.
Dunne the abfence of the President ap
pointments will frequently be announced
lroni the departments. Among the callers
to-day, previous to the departure of the
President, were Hon. A. Louden Snowden,
ol Philadelphia, the new Minister to Greece,
Hon. Thomas Valentine Cooper, the new
Collector at the port of Philadelphia, and
Commissioner of Customs Holliday, of
Erie. Cooper was simply too sweet for any
thing in his greeting of the President, and
nobody was met more cordially than he by
the Chief Executive.
THE ARMY EECOEDS.
An Important Order to be Protnnlcnted la
the War Department Ynlaablo
War Records to bo Care
Washifgton. July 12. The object of
the order for a consolidation of several divi
sions of the War Department, soon to be
promulgated is three-fold: First, to bring
up to date the work in the Adjutant Gen
eral's office, some of which is six months or
more in arrears; second, to simplify and
systematize certain branches cf work; and
third, to preserve such important original
records of the volunteer army as muster
rolls, hospital registers, etc Some years
ago when Assistant Surgeon Amswortb, of
the Army, was assigned to duty in charge
of the Medical Hospital and other medical
records ot the Surgeon General's office, he
found them in a dilapidated condition,
some of them, in fact, by long use and con
stant han.lling, actually falling to pieces.
The importance, not to say necessity, of
preserving tnese records will be better ap
preciated when it is understood that they
contain the official evidence, not otherwise
attainabie in thousands of cases, to estab
lish, modify or reject the claims ot thousands
of applicants lor pensions. Dr. Ains
wortu at once began the preparation of an
alphabetical index-catalogue of these
records, setting forth the medical
history of every officer and soldier whose
names were borne thereon. As this cata
logue grew the searches were easier as well
as more thorough, and the original records
were no longer subjected to constant thumb
ing and careless handling The index cata
logue will be completed by the end of the
current year. Already, in its incomplete
condition it has enabled the -cleiks
not only to bring up to date work which
was six months or more in arrears when it
was begun, but to answer satisfactorily about
75 per cent of the inquiries lrom the Pen
sion Bureau, against about 50 per cent under
the practice formerly in vogue.
It is now proposed to apply the same sys
tem to the records of the volunteer service
in the Adjutant General's office. Of course,
this is a work of much greater magnitude.
but when completed it will be practicable
to ascertain in a tithe of the
time now required the military his
tory of any officer or soldier
whose name is borne on any muster roll, and
will be of incalculable value in the investi
gation and speedy adjudication, not onlv
lor pensions, but also for back pay, bounty,
service, etc. It will also prevent the de
struction by constant handling of muster
rolls and other original records of the Vol
unteer army, which should be carefully
preserved as long as the Government shall
NOT A FIRST-CLASS EOT.
A Femnle TTnr Heroine Who Passed for
Some Time on One of Its ITeroe.
IJTECIAL TELEORAM TO TIIE OISPATCn.J
Washington, July 12. Mrs. Virginia
Maggott, who under her maiden name of
"Jauney" Anderson had a most checkered
career during the war, is here seeking a
pension. She served as a "first-class boy"
in the navy, and filled numerous other
places. She says that while she
was rated as a first-class boy. she did not
wear pants, but dressed as other girls and
women did. Her storv is a remarkable one.
She was a slave in Mississippi, and nt the
uuiurea. OI me war determined to escape.
She floated down the river during a freshet
and was picked up and taken to Pilotl
town in a gunboat. Her movements after
Ward she tells as lollows:
There was a naval hospital there in char of
Dr. Philip Wales, who lives In this city!6 Dr
Burbank wastbero also. I wentintotho kitchen
June 10, to help to coolc, and I worked faith
fully there, both as cook and nurse, till Deoem
her 10. when I was sent to I'cnsacola. Drs.
Gibbs and Turner were at the hospital tlien
and I served right on. and In 'July and
August, 1M3, had a spell of yellow
fever. Jletore this the doctors had
some talk about my pay. saying that
It was a shaine that I was working so faithfully
for nothing, having been kept at work from
J nne 10. 1S61, to June 14, lSGi Tory had a talk
with Captain Gibson, of the United States
ftteamsblp Potomac, about it, and he said that
be would ship. I was examined and passed by
Dr. Turner, and my name enrolled as a nrst
class boy of that ship. L however, continued
in my duties as cook and nurse at the hospital
ender Dr. Turner, and as I was about belnc
married to Mr. Maggott, I was discharged from
the navy as a boy.
.Mrs. jtiaggou claims a pension on ac
inntofill-health, and It it understood that
Claim Will bo filed for pay as hospital
nurse from June 10, 1SG1, to June 1G, 18G3,
when she was mustered into the naval
service as a boy.
TIME TO CDT TIIE RATE.
Colonel WtiliOrld (sustain Ilia qhlcPa
Action on Telegraphic Itntcs
fSPECI.lt. TILED RAM TO TUE DISPATCIT.t
Washington, July 12. Colonel Whit
field, Second Assistant Postmaster General,
said to-day that it is time that Postmaster
General Wanamaker had cut the rate of
telegraphic companies for carrying Govern
ment dispatches from 1 cent to 1 mill per
word. This is the only statement that could
be got from any Postoffice Department of
ficial. They have their own opinion about Mr.
Wanamakcr's action, but of course decline to
express it. It is quite probable, however,
that there is no law compelling the com
panies to carry messages unless they seefit,
and it is also probable that the economical
Postmaster General may be forced to re
verse his own action. Judging from the
talk at the department, he has overreached
himself in this matter. His hobby or,
rather, his particular hobby, for he has
several is to save money and be. able to
show in his annual report that he has run
the department and not made a deficit.
Someone who knew as little as he did about
the amount of official telccraphy done by
the department, showed him a chance to do
a piece of cheese-paring, and he did it.
The fact is said to be that the Postoffice
Department docs not do such a great amount
of telegraphing as would allow of a big sav
ing by reducing the rate per word, and that
the companies now only receive a fair com
pensation, under the present law. The mat
ter has not been finally arranged as yet, and
when the contracts are signed they will
probably provide for the pnyment of the old
rate, or something very near it
llndji II. G. Klinn'n Departure.
Washington, July 12. Hadji Hassein
Ghooly Khan, the Persian Minister, and his
secretary left the city on the limited express
to-day lor New York, where they will take
one of the French steamers for Havre.
A CIVIL SERVICE VICTIM.
A Letter Carrier Being Inrc.ticnteil for Col
lecting Cnmpnlen FiludK.
fSrECIAt TELEGKAM TO T1IE DISrATCII.3
New Havkn, Conn., July 12. The
work which Inspector Warren Edgarton, of
the Postoffice Department, has been pursu
ing lor the last Week, came to a head to-dny
in the arrest of Henry M. Cummings, a
letter carrier. Cummings is charged with
having violated section 12 of the civil serv
ice act, which provide' that no person shall
solicit any contributions of money or any
thing of value lor campaign purposes from
persons employed in any room or building
of the Government in the discharge of his
Cummings, after the campaign last fall,
called a meeting of his fellow carriers, which
was held in the basement of the postoffice
building. There envelopes were distributed,
which in some instances were afterwards re
turned to Cummings containing money,
which he gave to John E. Earle, of the
Democratic Town Committee. Inspector
Edgarton says that other arrests may follow
and that he will make a thorough inspec
tion of the postoffice.
AX INDIAN SQUABBLE.
Two Tribes Arc Disputing Over the Posses
Ion of some Limd.
Topeka, Kan.. July 12. Ex-Governor
Samuel J. Crawford, attorney for the
Cheyenne and Arrapahoe Indians, has
issued an address to the United States
Indian Commissioners, who are about to
negotiate for the Cherokee strip, in which
he presents the claims of his clients to
47,000.000 acres of land, also claimed by the
Gherokees. He shows that it was conveyed
to the Cheyennes and Arrapahoes in 18G0,
and that their title has never been re
linquished. He claims that the Cherokees have no
authority to lease this land to the cattle
men. and that bis clients are entitled to the
whole amount received in rent from the
tenants. Governor Crawford will present
his case to the Commissioners at their meet
ing July 27. About 55,000,000 is involved
in the case besides the lands.
LILLIB LEAVES US.
She Sail for Europe for ihn Benefit of Her
If riCIAL TELEGRAM TO TIIE DISPATCn.l
New York. July 12. Mrs. Lillie Lang
try, accompanied by hersister, Miss Breton,
and her maid, sails for Europe early this
morning on the Cunarder Servia. Mrs.
Langtry hasn't been well for six months, her
principal trouble being an affection of the
nose. She feared at one time recently that
the trip would have to be postponed, but,
upon feeling a little better, she determined
to go at once. She boarded the steamer
early last evening.
MAX GET OFF EASY.
The Canndinna Will be Lenient With Those
Who Own Up.
Ottawa, Ont., July 12. The owners of
the American schooner Mattie Winship,
which was seized some months ago for ille
gally fishing within the Canadian three
mile limit, have notified the Department of
Justice that no defense can be entered. In
consequence of this admission the Depart
ment ot Justice has under consideration the
advisability of imposing a mitigating fine,
instead of pressinc the proceedings in the
Vice Admiralty Court for the forfeiture of
No Arrcata In Oklahoma.
Topeka, Kan., July 12. Judge Foster,
of the United States Court for the District
of Kansas, to-day rendered a decision to the
effect that no official of Oklahoma has legal
authority to arrest or imprison offenders of
the law, inasmuch as that country is under
the jurisdiction of no court.
They Con Go If They Want To.
Kansas City, July 12. Commander-in-Chief
Warner, ot the G. A. It., telegraphs
to the G. A. K. headquarters here that he
will not discourage a large attendance of
comrades at the Milwaukee encampment,
notwithstanding the refusal of railroads to
grant the 1 cent a mile rate.
Camp Hotel, at Mt Sewickley, now
open for the season, with first-class board at
reasonable rates. B. Gaskill,
Parties desirinj: the use of Aliqnippa
Grove for Friday, July 19, can 'have same
by applying at the office of the General
Ticket Agent of the P. & L. E. E. E., Eo.
77 Fourth ave.
COMMESCINO Saturday, July 13, mail
express, leaving Pittsburg 1 o'clock P. ar.,
will connect with a special train at Altoona
for Bedford Springs, and run daily except
The celebrated Decker Bros., Knabe and
Fischer pianos can be had from S. Hamilton
only, 91 nnd 93 Fifth avenue, on easy terms,
or very low for cash. Call in and get prices
and terms, or write for catalogue.
Tennis belts and sashes.
James H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth ave.
Remember, Iho Last Excursion to Jobns
$2 35 round trip, via Baltimore and Ohio
K. It. Train leaves at 8 a. m.
with their humors and
pathot, form the tubjeet
" '',?'? ,Tn.8ui'I,AT D;?PATcir
A PECULIAR RULING.
Hooks and Evidence Desired by the
Counsel for Mr. Parnell
NOT TO BE PRODUCED IN COURT.
The Irish Home Rale Leader is Not Given
an Even Chance.
WAR IX AFRICA WITH A TEXGEAXCE.
A Couple of Legislators Fight a Duel at Tarls, bat
The attorneys for Mr. Parnell yesterday
demanded that the books ot the Loyal and
Patriotic Union be placed before the com
mission. The intention was to prove a con
spiracy against the Irish leader. The pre
siding Judge refused to issue an order for
the documents. Two thousand five hundred
dervishes have been killed or wounded in
the war in Egypt
London, July 12. Upon the resumption
of the sitting of the Parnell commission to
day Sir Charles Russell, of counsel for the
Parnellites, asked Mr. Soames, the solicitor
for the Times, to produce a list of the pay
ments he had made to witnesses in behalf of
the Times and all the communications that
had passed between himself and the Times'
agents in America and Ireland. Attorney
General Webster declined to allow Mr.
Soames to produce the communications.
Mr. Soames was then recalled. He testi
fied that he had not made out a list ot the
witnesses. He could not tell when he had
first corresponded with Le Caron. There
was no definite arrangement as to how wit
nesses should be paid. Already several
payments had been made to him. Mr.
MacDonald, manager of the Times, said it
was understood that Le Caron would be pro
vided for. He had lost his employment in
the Government service. As long asjit was
needed he was to receive assistance.
THE FOKGEK riGOTT.
Mr. Houston, Secretary of the Loyal and
Patriotic Union, was then recalled and re
examined. He testified that Lord Stall
bridge first mentioned Pigott to him as a
uselul witness. The articles on "Parnell
ism and Crime," published by the Times,
were an elaborated reprint of "Parnellism
Unmasked," which was compiled by Pigott
and for which witness paid C0.
Witness stated that he was willing to
place the books of the Loyal and Patriotic
Union before the court, but he objected to
their being examined by its political oppo
nents. Witness borrowed 450 from Lord
Stallbridge and Sir Roland lilennerhassett
and 850 irom Dr. Maguire to buy the let
ters printed by the Times. Mr. Houston
produced a voucher for 100 paid to Eugene
Sir Charles Russell Don't vou believe
that voucher is in Pigott's handwriting?
Witness They write similarly. I don't
believe it is in Pigott's handwriting.
Under repeated questions the witness per
sisted that it was Davis' voucher, though
obtained through Pigott. Sir Charles Rus
sell demanded the production of the books
of the Loyal and Patriotic Union. He said
he desired to prove that the whole indict
ment contained in "Parnellism and Crime"
proceeded irom the Union. Pigott had been
used by a powerful political organization to
concoct the plan.
A ri'.EJUDICED COURT.
Presiding Justice Hannen This relates
to charges against persons who are not
Mr. Asquith, also of Mr. Parnell's coun
sel, submitted that the Court had to inquire
into the origin and growth of the charges
against the Parnellites. The union's books
would disclose how Piggott set to work to
supplement "Parnellism Unmasked" bv the
enlarged articles entitled "Parnellism and
Crime," including the letters the Times
had printed. Attorney General Webster
contended that the books were wanted in
order to give the Parnellites free range upon
other political matters.
The Court decided againtt the applica
tion for the production of the books. Sir
Charles Russell then intimated that lie had
received written instructions from Mr. Par
nell regarding the further conduct of the
case which required him to ask for an op
portunity to consider his position. Messrs.
Parnell, Davitt and Lewis and Sir Charles
Russell hereupon withdrew from the court
room. The commission adjourned until
Mr. George Lewis, solicitor for Mr. Par
nell, in an interview, professed ignorance
of any intention of Mr. Parnell to withdraw
his case irom before the special commission.
THE WAR IN EGYPT.
Ensllsh nnd Nntlvc Soldier Ilnve Killed
and Wonndrd 3,300 Dervishes.
CAlito, July 12. The dervish prisoners
arriving at Assouan are terribly emaciated,
having suffered greatly from hunger and
thirst Among them are many women and
boys. An Italian woman named Marietta
Cavacalo says she was brought: from Kor
dofan by Nad-El-Jumi. There were five
nuns and two priests still alive at Khar
toum. The dervishes Ielt Doncola with
8,000 men and six guns. Nad-El-Jumi
hoped to reach Bimbau without fighting.
On the march many died and deserted.while
many others were killed. Colonel Wode
house estimates the killed and wounded at
2,500. The Government is forming grain
depots along the Nile for the purpose of
supporting fugitive? who are fleeing before
the advance of the dervishes. Many tribal
sheiks are tendering their services to the
A cable lrom London says: Nine hundred
members of the Connaug'ht Rangers have
been sent to Malta to replace troops who
have been dispatched to Egypt. Four
regiments stationed at Aldcrshot have been
ordered to hold themselves in readiness to
proceed to the front in Egypt at a moment's
ANOTHER FRENCH DOEn.
Two kcnjslatore Shoot nt Ench Olbnr, bat
Nobody I. rjart.
Paris, July 12. M. Thomson, member
of the Chamber of Deputies for the Depart
ment of Constantino, in Algeria, became in
volved in a quarrel to-day in the lobby of
the chamber with M. Lauer, member of the
Department or .Loire, and struck lum.
During the fight in the lobby M. Thom
son severely kicked M. Lauer, who was so
badly injured that itwas necessary to call a
surgeon to attend him. Lauer and Thom
son fbught a duel with pistols this evening.
Neither was hit
A Minister to be Irapenched.
Paris, July 12. The party of the Eight
has decided co bring impeachment proceed
ings againg 31. Constaus, Minister of the
Interior, on a charge of corrnption and dis
honesty while serving as Governor of Indo
china. M. La Martiniere has been deputed
to make the motion looking to impeachment
t 1.a Plinmlia. n TlonntlAB
A Very Importnnt IHesaiijrr.
Berlin, July 12. The Cologne Gazette
gives prominence to a statement that the
Russian War Minister, who is stopping at
Vichy, has received a very important dis
patch from the Czar. The missive was of
such importance that it could not be en
trusted to an ordinary military courier, but
was delivered by an officer or the Russian
guard, a relative of the War Minister.
A Blockade That is No Good.
Londok, July 12. The Pall Hall Gazette
says that the blookade of Haylian ports ii
plainly ineffective, and thatpreat Britain
notified Legitime not to
vessels visiting insurgent
- A Women's Conference nt Pari.
Paris, July 12. The second women's
congress opened here to-day. Jules Simon
was chairman. A number of American
delegates were present, and the speakers in
cluded the Misses May, Sedwal and Green
wood Smith. The Prefect of the Seine en
tertained the delegates this evening.
Tlio Trust System In England.
London, July 12. Representatives of
the cotton manufacturers ol Lancashire and
Yorkshire met at Manchester to-day and de
cided to run on half time for one month,
beginning next Monday.
The President Wnrmly Welcomed on
Trip Through atarylnnd.
Cumbekland, Md., July 12. President
Harrison, Private Secretary Halford, secre
tary and the Misses Windom passed here
at 7:45 this evening en route to Deer Park
in a special Baltimore and Ohio car.
Mayor Shuck, Judge H. W. Hoffman,
States Attorney D. W. Sloan, Hon. Lloyd
Lowndes and others were received by him.
The Presidental party had dinner on the
car. Secretary Windom and the President
walked around the depot A thousand peo
ple surrounded the train.
At Martinsbuig en route, little Mabel
Howard, of Cincinnati, was introduced to
the President, and was taken on his lap and
kept in the private car for half an hour.
The President was not tired, and responded
to salutes of the crowd from the platform of
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ROSES, WATER LILIES.
FLOWERS AND FLORAL WORK A GREAT
At low prices during summer.
JOHN R. & A. MURDOCH,
Telephone 239. EOS SlirmriELD ST.
We believe we have the finest assortment of
Diamonds in the city. We do our own mount
ing and can sbow some very handsome styles.
We have a specially nice assortment of Rings,
with Diamonds. Rubies, Opals, Sapphires,
Emeralds. Pearls, etc. It will do you good to
see our stock and prices.
iTLES & SHEAFER,
37 FIFTH AVENUE.
We will closo our store at 6 p. jr., except
Saturdays, until September 1. j) 10-M w
LADIES' BLAZERS, 83 50 and 84.
Cop, 50c; silk belts, LOc; flannel blazers, $3,
(3 0 and H; flannel shirts, from 51 SO to U; silk
shirts, from t.l 60 to 57; silk jersey shirts, W 50
to 57; long pants, 5: knee pants, 53 and S3 SO,
Coiupletn outfit, including English flannel cap,
blazer, belt, shirt and pants, only 810.
Our blazers are very wide stripe. This Is the
correct thing this year. Our English Lounging
Suits are white with tine blue or brown lines.
l HAMMOCKS. $1.
Best woven "Perfection" from 51 to the lar
gest made. Length 11 feet, width 3 feet Will
not pull off buttons.
50c. STRAW HATS. 50e.
A cood Straw Hat for 60c, 75c and L Of
course we have the finest also.
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N. B. Ladies' Sailor Yacht Hats, Steamer
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HOSE, DOUBLE KNEES AND KEET.
STAINLESS. 25c, sizes 6 to 8C
LADIEb' STRIPED add FANCY HOSE,
Cotton, 19c, worth 33c; 20c wortli 60c
LISLE, Boot Patterns, 35c, formerly 50c; 40c.
formerly 60c; 41c formerly 75c; 6So formerly 85c;
78c formerly $1.
SILK, 75c formerly 51: Jl formerly tl 60; also
Boo: Patterns, 75c, VOc, SI 25 worth 25 per cent
LADIES' GENUINE SWISS RIBBED
VESTS, 24c and 29c, formerly 60c: Lisle, 50c
and 75c, formerly 75c and $1: Silk. 75c and $1,
formerly 85c and f 1 25. These are low neck, no
NEW WAISTS AND BLOUSES, Madras.
51 69; Cheviot, 51 69; Flannel, $2 60: Silk. $4 25.
Remember these are the best coods made and
all specially made to our own ideas.
MEN'S CHEVIOT. FLANNEL AND SILK
SHIRTS, new and handsome designs, 51 50 to
50 60; it will pay vnu to see this line.
TENNIS BLAfcERH. 52 85; Caps. 45c; Belts,
silk, 40 and COc. All our goods to the very finest
are more or less greatly reduced.
COME AND SEE.
A, & CAMPBELL & SOUS,
710 PENN AVENUE. 710
Between Seventh and Eighth sts.
Too much Light Weight and Hot
"Weather Clothing on our tables.
We have determined to get rid of
it before the season closes, and if
selling it depends on low prices, it
is bound to go. Quality as good as
ever fashioning the best and new
est, but prices ono-fourth to one
third less now than a month ago.
All sizes included in this sale.
Lowest prices on the newest
styles of Light-colored Derbys and
STRASSBURGER & JOSEPH,
Tailors, Clothiers mi Hatters,
161, 163 Federal St., Allegheny.
PHOTOGRAPHER, 18 SIXTH 8TREET.
A fine, large crayon portrait S3 60; see them
before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets, i and
VI 50 per dozen. PROMPT DELIVERY.
Thomson House, Kane,
MoKEAN CO., PENNSYLVANIA.
2.000 feet above ocean lerrl
Open all the
year, n ow prepared tor the recepi
mer visitors. Rates, 2 00 per day and from
7 00 to 8U00 per week. Write for circular. .
yv-u-uwrsu u, H. KEMP, Prop.
RENOVO HOTEL, m
RENOVO. Clinton Co., Pennsylvania. l.$J0
feet above ocean level. Open all the year.
Now prepared for the reception of summer
visitors. Rates, f2 00 per day and from $7 (X)
to Sit 00 per week.
C. H. KEMP. Prop.
Bar Mother. since I hiTO boen urine Tf'Wt Jitvit
ilna ml siloes viea losisr Uun over bef so. and
t never rH my feet wet, bnt I da not thick tasy look
1 as when t first uwd it.
Mother Indeed, my am, lam suiijjuu are so (are
less. Yonforsei that oranicood tabic is onhrgood
wnen propeily used. You hivo not even locked at
the duectiona, for they are yet aronnd the neck c
taebottle. Howyoumast read them, and they will
getyouootof yonrtronble. Yoar father and I keep
oar shoes in elegant order by Its uso. .line it about
once a month and papa about once a week.
la wonderful; preserving ana Waterproofing
any leathers siting it a deep, rich black
lustre "kkh lasts a vee!c. vmH u ojxmtr.
Do not conftmnd ACME Blacking with any ether.
Bold by Bhoe Stores, Grocers, Druggists, Ao.
Tty it on your Harness.
WOLFF & RANDOLPH, PHiucfiPHiA.
This powder never vanes. A marvel of pur
lty, strength and wholesomeness. More eco
nomical than the ordinary kin ds, and cannot
be sold in competition with the multitude of
ow est short weight, alum or phosphate now
ders. Sold only m cans. ROYAL BAKING
POWDER CO.. 100 Wall St.. N. Y.
Men's Furnishing Stores,
413 SMITHFIELD STREET,
100 FEDERAL ST., Allegheny.
New line of Flannel Shirts just received. All
the new things in that line.
Full line or White Shiits, laundriedand un
laundried. Best values tortile money.
Dyeing, cleaning and laundry offices.
Pittsburg Telephone 1261; Allegheny Tele
phone 34B9. jj9-Mwy
31HE NEW COLUMBIA.
CAPE MAY. N. J.
pens June 15, 18S0. James Mooney, "Owner."
FRANK H. HILDRETH,
(Late of the Hotel Lafayette.)
BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA,
150 CUPS FOR II.
CHOICEST, PUREST. BEST.
ANCHOR REMEDY COMP'NY,
Why do you pay Jl 00 per bottle
for Sarsananllaand Beef. Wine ami
Iron when you can bnv either nre-
paration from us at 75c per bottle,
six bottles SI 00. and quality guar
anteed to be the best in the mar
ket. We bavo numerous testimo
nials from Dhvsicians and others
indorsing our Liver Pills as a mild and effective
cathartic. They are unsurpassed. After dy
ing them a trial you will use no others. Price
26c. For sprains, bruiser and all rheumatia
ptins, use the Anchor Liniment. It has no
edital. Come and see us if jou are in any way
Weakness, Indisposition to Work,
Headache, Dullness, Heaviness,
Lack of Appetite, Constipation,
all Indicate that yon need a tew doses
of the genuine
DR. C. McLANITS CELEBRATED
They strengthen the weak and purify
They aie prepared from the purest
materials and put up with the great
est care by
FLEMING BROS., PITTSBURG, PA.
Be sure you get the genuine. Count
erfeits are made in St. Louis.
WOMEN ARE SAVED
An unpleasant feeling by wearing our
KEEP COOL CORSETS.
Ladies' Gauze Vests reduced from 45c to 15c,
FAST BLACK HOSE,
10c, 15c, 25c and 60c per pair.
T. T. T.
109 Federal Street,
Apollinaris. Bedford, Poland, Sain
taris, Strontia, Baratoe. ScmdeL
rfjimrrh Clysmic. Bethesda, Vichy, Buffalo,
Will Lit Lithia, Enreka.
OEO. K. STEVENSON fe CO..
SIXTH AVENUE. JalWO-HvrJ
EXTRACT OF BEEF.
ARMOUR &,C0., CHICAGO,
This is now conceded to be the best in tba
market, is witnessed bv the fact that we bare
just secured the DIPLOMA FOR EXCEL.
LENCE at the Pure Food Exposition, now be
In held In Philadelphia.
CLEANLY IN MANUFACTURE,
SUPERIOR IN QUALITY,
And with the bright appetizing flavor of fresb
ly roasted beet
Ked Cross Diamond Brand
The onlr reliable pill for sals. afe u4
rare. L4le k lrturs.t for lb DC.
mond Brand, in fed meuineboxM.tMlwt
with bloc ribbou. Takeotl.er. 9ed4b
(ttaram. for cartlcaUra mod Relief far
- I LAdleV in Ittt, by msJL Jiiw tew.
ttdehetter Cfcemletd Co Uadlsoa tfctwPhlLulfl, P.
THERE CAN BE
As to vherctyou should buy
if economy is the object you
have in view.
Cash and Credit House,
923 and 925 Penn Ave.,
is the house for youto pat
ronize, if you want to save
money, and get dependable
and stylish merchandise.
EVERY POUND WARRANTED PURJt
Chartiers Creamery Co.
Warehouse and General Offices,
616 LIBERTY STREET,
Factories throughout Western
For prices Bee market quotation
SI2 AND 514 SMITHFIELD STREET.
Transact a General BanMns Business.
Accounts solicited. Issue Circular .Letters
ot Credit, (or use of travelers, and Commer
Available In all paits of the world. Alio Issue
For use in this country, Canada, Mexico, West
Indies, South and Central America.
FOR THIS WEEK.
EXTKA BAKGAINS IK FINE LIGHT
KANGAROO and DOHGOLA.
Low Strap Ties,
Low Southern Ties
And Gents Congress Gaiters.
Fine, light, soft, single soles for cool com
fort Gents' Low Dongola Ties, $2.
Gents' Southern Ties, 3.
Gents' Dongola Congress, $2.
Genuine Kangaroo coog. and bals at only
G. D.SIM EN'S,
78 OHIO ST., ALLEGHENY.
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