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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SITNDAT, JULY 21, 1889.
HOME EULE'S INNING.
Tory Losses in JIarylebone and Par
nell's Welcome in Scotland
iDD TO THE GOVERNMENT'S Y0ES.
The Irish Leader's Eeception at Edinburgh
Frores a Grand Oration.
TEOTESTS AGAINST KOIAL GEEED
rearing in From All Orer tbe Country, JUny of Them
From Good Tones.
The past week has been a smooth-running
one for Ireland. The great Tory losses in
the JIarylebone district and the hearty re
ception tendered Parnell in Scotland have
made the Grand Old Han and all home
rulers - ery happy.
I BY CAELE TO THE DISIMTC1I.
Loxnox, " July 20. Copyright In
politics everything is running very smoothly
for the Gladstonians, Parncllitcs and a good
many generally, while the serenity of the
prosperous Tory, the liver-colored Union
ists and the turncoat is being seriously dis
turbed. The course of the Irish leader in
withdrawing, with Sir Charles Russell,
from the Parnell Commission, and leaving
the judges to run the thing by themselves,in
their own unfair way, without him, has
produoed a strong effect, and the Govern
ment appreciate the fact.
Last night and to-day everyone is full of
the tremendous forward strides of home
rule, as shown in yesterday's Maryleboue
election. The Tory majorities of 014 and
1,483 in 18S5 and 188G are reduced now to
403, and that in one of the strongest Tory
constituencies in London, and with the To
ries led by strong and popular local candi
dates. There is no serious attempt, even by
the most bigoted coercionist, to explain away
the significance of these figures.
XOT ALL. ITS -WOES.
But this is not the full measure of the
Government's woes. "While Marjlebone is
turning against them Parnell, instead of
being branded as a friend of murder
ers, as the Tories hoped he would be about
now, is in Edinburgh, receivingthe freedom
of the city in a big silver casket, and stir
ring up buch enthusiasm as the old town has
not witnessed in many a day. Compared to
Parnell's reception, that or Salisbury, who
went there a short time ago, was like the
pop of a toy pistol compared to the discharge
of artillery. Closely packed thousands
filled the streets last night and cheered as
the Irish leader drove from the station, and
C0.000 Scotchmen gathered to try to hear his
As I write, your Edinburghcorrespondent
telegraphs that Parnell had a magnificent
reception from the hard-headed Scots this
afternoon when lie drove to City Hall to re
ceive the city's freedom, but
EVEN XIIIS WAS ECLIPSED
this evening, when Lord Aberdeeo, a for
mer Viceroy of Ireland presided at an im
mense public meeting in Parnell's honor.
A letter from ilr. Gladstone was read, in
which a tribute was eloquently paid to Par
nell's conservatism and moderation and to
the restraining influence of the Irish lead
ers in the great national agitation. The
Grand Old Man's letter was read by Lord
Aberdeen, to a running accompaniment of
cheers, which culminated in a scene of wild
enthusiasm. Then Parnell was presented.!
with 150-addresses by delegates representing
as many Scotch Liberal Associations,
headed by a real live Earl, viz., Lord Elgin,
Childers, former Chancellor of the Ex
chequer, moved and Herbert Gladstone, the
worthy son of his great father, seconded a
resolution welcoming the Irish leader to
Edinburgh, and Parnell made a great
speech, breathing confidence of coming
triumph and emphasizing the Liberal-Nationalist
Altogether, it has been a great day for
Ireland. To add still further to the Gov
ernment's discomfort, they find themselves
compelled, as humble Tory subjects and
HANKEKING FOB EOTAL FAYOB,
to force upon the people payment of fresh
sums to support the large and steadily in
creasing litters of pripces and princesses.
Nothing in years has roused such wide
spread popular indignation as this demand
lor more money for the Guelph family, and
it is natural. The Prince of Wales has led
the life of a jolly good fellow and enthusi
astic spendthrift, and the nation has paid
for it Queen Victoria has kept up her
palaces, raised her family and saved for her
self oer 1,000,000, all. with public money,
aud now the royal family wants more; more
for the Prince of "Wales, more 4"or his eldest
son, more for Louise, the young woman
about to marry, and
QTJEEX VICrOEIA ADDS FINE HUMOE
to the thing by definitely sending word to
the royal commission appointed to consider
the question of grants, that it must be un
derstood that any contribution made by her
loyal subjects now must not be surrounded
by such restrictions as would interfere with
the royal prerogative to ask again for more,
should such a step be deemed advisable
which, by the way, it probably wilL
Protests against this royal piggishness
come from all over the country, many of
them from Tories, and in all kinds of forms.
To-morrow a mass meeting of protestation is
to be held in Hyde Park, and minor similar
meetings are being held all orer the
The Liberal Club of Barking, in Essex,
has developed originality, for in its resolu
tion protesting against further royal grants
it recommends that Parliament shall so
amend the vagrancy act as to place
THE EOYAL BEG GABS
on the same footing as others. The Govern
ment appreciates so thoroughly the irritated
state ot public tceling that instead of forcing
the royal votes through Parliament by force
of numbers, as they did with the coercion
and similar bills, they hesitate, and are try
ing to patch up some modified form of royal
grants, so as "to get the approval of the
Grand Old Man, and at the same time not
offend the Queen.
Gladstone is on the Royal Grants Commis
sion, and if only iis signature can be ob
tained to a report recommending the grants,
the Tory managers feel that he will share
with them the popular disfavor. The old
man, however, is crafty as well as grand,
and while he dops not want unnecessarily to
offend the Queen, who could make it un
pleasant for nun when next Prime Minister,
lie will probably arrange to have the Tories
It is amusing to observe, by the way, that
the Queen, in spite of all her royal dignity
as such, has lound it convenient, just at this
time when she needs votes, to inform her'
loyal commoners that she wants photo
graphs and autographs of each one of them
who sat in the House of Commons during
the jubilee year.
KILL ME, KILL MI DOG.
The Singular JHnnnrr ia Which Mr. Riley
I'roTcd Ills Affection.
rsrrciAt. tixsgbau to tiie DisrATCH.i
London, July 20. A small dog recently
deceased in Dublin has been made to under
stand clearly what the course of true love
really is, also that two is company, and that
it is not well for a dog to come in as a
third party. Christopher Biley. an elderly
man, was in love with a young woman, who
had made him a present of a small dog, as
a proor of her affection. Wheh things
went wrong, he decided to drowa himself,
and jumped into the Liflcy, at North Wall.
First, however, he tied the little dog to one
of his legs. The man was rescued, but the
dog was both strangled and drowned.
In a letter addressed to his sweetheart,
which was found upon him, Mr. Biley told
that he had tied the dog to his leg, intend-
iag to take it with him to another world, in
order that the sight of the little animal
might not cause the lady to fret after Mr.
'GORGEOUS AND SUCCESSFUL.
Mrs. BIncUnjr Give One of Her IIIsli-Toned
IDT CABLE TO THE EISPATCH.1
London, July 20. Mrs. Ma okay's re
ception and concert last Monday, was a very
gorgeous and successful affair. Lillie
Lehman, Shakespeare Viterbo, and many
others sang, Johannes "Wolff played the
violin, and a very distinguished crowd dined
first and then .spent the time eating and
drinking cold things, especially ices and
The Princess Louise, one of the Queen's
daughters, was there with her husband, the
Marquis of Lome; also Sackville, once the
silly Minister to "Washington, and a lot of
other distinguished people, including Mr.
Matthews, the Pennsylvania Commissioner
lor the Paris exhibition.
WHEEE IS WIDOW 31'CAUL.
She Dazzles Bridgewnter nndThta Disap
pears, Leaving n Largo Estate Behind.
IFPECIAL TELEOBAM TO TUB DISPATCH.!
Beidgewatee, July 20. The wealthy
Widow McCaul, who is believed to have
been the spouse of a rich Chicago specula
tor, came to this town a few years ago and
purchased a fine estate just outside the busi
ness center. She had plenty of money, was
attractive and entertaining, and won friends
by the score. She laid out a small fortune
on the estate, and work was commenced on
a house that promised to be an elegant
affair. "When the house was well under
way the widow mysteriously disappeared,
but was supposed to be traveling somen here
in Europe with her daughter. The building
was nearly ready for occupancy when it was
burned, and there have been numerous law
suits connected with the contractors' jobs on
the structure, but the widow has remained
absent throughout the whole controversy
and her present whereabouts are unknown.
The question now is, where is the Widow
McCaul? She dazzled the good people of
this country town with the splendor of her
presence and disappeared while they were
rubbing their eyes to see if they were awake
or asleep. Nothing has been heard from her
in a long time, and her estate is to be sold
to satisfy the demands of the tax collector.
If Mrs. McCaul or her legal representatives
do not soon put in an appearance the people
will begin to believe she" is a myth, in spite
of the presence of the estate upon which she
expended so much money.
C0NYICTS MUST HAYE PIECE W0EK.
Preparations for Putting the Fasseu Law
isFEcru. Tn.scn.ui to the cisrATCH.1
Saeatoga, N. Y., July 2L State
Superintendent of Prisons Austin Lathrop,
accompanied by his secretary, the Hon.
E. K. Baker, and Wardens Charles H.
Durston, of Auburn, Isaiah Puller, of Dan
nemora, and A. A. Brush, of Sing Sing,
are in session here and in consultation as to
the most feasible way of putting the Passett
law in operation. There are in the prisons
of this State about 3,400 men. Of these,
about 600 are needed for the care of the
prisons, leaving 2,800 for whom work must
be furnished by the wardens of the three
prisons, and on the basis of $500,000 appro
priated for this purpose by the Legislature
last winter. This sum being insufficient for
putting all the men at work, it was decided
that 'about 1,800 will be put to work at the
State's account, and the others, of necessity,
at piece price.
The wardens have decided upon the fol
lowing departments for State work: Skirts
and clothing, cutting and polishing stone,
boots and shoes, hollow-ware and hoppers.
One hundred men in each prison will be put
on each of the last three sorts of work. The
wardens still have the piece-price problem
to solve. All the bids so far received are of
such defective form that none could be ac
cepted. THE SALT COMBINE JfO TBUST.
It Repudiates tbe Name, bat Intends Co Mo
nopolize the Trade If It Can.
New Yobk, July 20. The North Amer
ican Salt Company, the incorporation of
which was noted in a dispatch from Albany
last night, occupies two columns in this
evening's papers with its advertisement. Its
capital stock is $11,000,000. and it proposes
to issue 54,000,000 worth of bonds. The ad
vertisement states the object of the company
is to unify and systematize the salt interests
of the country. The prospectus states that
arrangements have been made for the pur
chase or control of nearly all the salt-producing
properties on the North American
continent,and that these number 130 different
works and companies. It is also stated that
a "liberal dividend can be declared.
In its prospectus the company insists that
it is not a trust, and asa proof of this insists
that anybody may buy stock who will pav
A London cable says: Five-sixths of the
amount of capital stock in the American
Salt Company reserved for Great Britain
has already been subscribed by sharehold
ers in the Salt union, A premium of 15
shillings is already offered on the shares of
tbe new company. Lists will be opened in
London on Monday next. Lists will be
opened in New York on the same day.
AEEESTE0 AS A H0ESE THIEF.
Sheridan's Former Secretary Probably a
Victim of Circumstances.
Kansas City, July 20. Henry D.
Gregg, Private Secretary to General Sheri
dan until Robert T. Lincoln was appointed
Secretary of War, when he was transferred
to the Adjutant General's office In Wash
ington as a first-class clerk, in which place
he remained three years, when he was made
pnrser of the revenue steamer Chester A.
Arthur, was arrested in Hiawatha. Kan..
Thursday night, and brought here, charged
with having assisted in the theft of a horse
and buggy. -He claims tha.t a man asked
him to take the horte and buggy, which he
said was his, to Hiawatha, Kan., and sell it.
HUKTED WITH BLOODHOUNDS.
An Escaped Convict Tracked With Decs
nnd Restored to Captivity.
Louisville, July 20. Booker Weaver,
a convict who escaped from the Eddyville
Penitentiary yesterday morning, was re
captured late in the afternoon with the aid
ot bloodhounds. Weaver had been gone
several hours when his escape was noticed.
He had used every endeavor to destroy his
trail, swimming across both the Tennessee
and Cumberland rivers several times, but
the dogs took his track and never lost it The
guards on horseback Kept up with the
hounds. Weaver made no resistance and
$1,000,000 IN DISPUTE.
Aa Error to That Extent la the Accounts of
Minneapolis, July 20. The examina
tion of the charges brought by the Nicollette
National Bank against Sbotwell, Clerihew
& Lofhman was continued before Judge
Iiochren to-day. The most of the time was
occupied by Judge Shaw, who appears for
the plaintiff He argued that there was a
wrong disposition of nearly f 1,000,000 of the
delinquent firm's funds. The evidence pre
sented before Referee Booth was read at
length. It was claimed a day or so before
making the assignment the members of the
firm drew out 5600 apiece and converted it to
their own use.
Stop nt Groeixincer's This Week
And see the unexampled bargains he is of
fering id velvet, moquette and body brussels
carpets-patterns which will not be dupli
cated. 627 and 629 Penn. avenue.
MOKE THAN $20,000,
The Eecord of Yesterdays Payments
to Johnstown Sufferers.'
A LITTLE TALK ON FINANCES
Which Doesn't Go Far Toward Clearing
Awajr the Existing Foj.
FATHER FIELD TALKS ON TEELIQUOE,
much is Baplaly
Becoming a Serious Question In
The financial question has become the
only topic at Johnstown aside from the
liquor question, which is really serious now.
rsrECTUi TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.I
Johnstowx, July 20. Mr. S. S. Mar
vin and Secretary J. B. Kremer, of the
Flood Belief Commission, were in town to
day. Tbey visited the commissary and other
relief headquarters and expressed them
selves as pleased with what they saw. Mr.
Kremer says that over f 1,706,000 has already
been expended in Johnstown, not including
the $500,000 now being paid out He did
not give figures to show clearly where this
money had gone, hut said it exceeded
51,700,000. One hundred "homes had
been bought and contracted for, cost
ing ?1C0 each; 100 costing $200
each, and 200 two-story homes to be built
by Contractor Hughes at $260. In addition
52 business stands had been built at a cost
of $425 each. This would make a total of
$100,950. In addition some money was spent
for coffins, lumber and the like. Over three
fourths of the monfij coming into the hands
of Governor Beaver direct was for the suf
ferers in the Conemaugh Valley. The
balance was for the flood sufferers of Penn
sylvania. Mr. Kremer said that it was
likely the Williamsport region would get
another appropriation, as it seemed they had
not received their share.
WHY A STATEMENT ISN'T MADE.
When asked why a clear statement of the
moneys received and expended was not made
he said there was difficulty in determining
as to what fund certain items should be
charged such, for instance, as the burial of
the dead. It was a question, he said,
whether the State had a right to pay for
that, and until these questions were deter
mined it was not considered proper to make
Judge Cummin only spent a short time at
his office this morning, he being somewhat
ill, and Treasurer Thompson assisted him
in his share of the work. This was the big
gest day's work yet and the whole force was
kept busy till 6 o'clock. Altogether $20,312
was paid out during the day.
Only two bodies were taken to ihe morgue
to-dav, one being the body ot a woman, who
had first been discovered near Coopersdale
by a woman several days ago.
Captain Kuhn has concluded to discon
tinue all the other commissaries except the
one at the Pennsylvania Railroad station,
and the force of clerks will be very largely
reduced. There are now only about 1,400
persons subsisting from the commissaries.
TBE LIQUOB QUESTION.
Father Field, chaplain of the Bed Cross.
talked here to-night on "High Wages and
What to Do With Them." He had a large
audience of workingmen find held their at
tention for several hours. His remarks
bore particularly on the temperance ques
tion. A vigorous' effort will be made to
stop the selling of so mnch liquor here.
Contractors McLean & Co. gave notice
to Chief Engineer Hamilton this morning
that they had a great deal of trouble on ac
count of drunkenness among their men.
They discharged about 50 last night, and
the contractors said that as long as the
saloons were kept open they could not hold
their men together if the order directing the
discharge pf men under the influence of.
liquor was to be kept in force. Captain Ham
ilton said he could not consent to
revoking the order, but he hoped steps
would be taken soon to abate the nuisance
of so much drinking. The Burgesses of
some of the boroughs, he said, had joined
him in aa appeal to Judge Johnston to
again close the saloons, and he hoped to
have the united support of all of them. If
no attention were paid to these pleas some
other steps would nave to be taken.
The waters in the creeks rose several feet
last night on account of the heavy rains,
and much driftwood lodged against the
temporary bridges, and it was leared that
several of them would go. A force of men
was at work all day dislodging the drilt and
floating it down stream.
JDSTICB IN KENTUCKr.
Peculiar Proceedings Before Tiro Justices
Freedom of the Press InToWed.
LotrisvitXE, July 20. At Elizabeth
town, Ky., yesterday, Editors Stovall and
Duncan, of the Hardin county Independent,
and Editor Giyans, of the Welcome Tiding,
were tried for publishing a letter signed
"Judge Iiynch," threatening punishment to
a young man, who, it was alleged, had
killed his wife, but had been whitewashed
by a Coroner's jury. Messrs. Stovall and
Duncan were convicted by Justice O'Meara
and sent to jail. Mr. Givansswore O'Meara
off the bench and was tried by Magistrate
Terry, who dismissed tbe prisoner, though
the offense and evidence were the same in
both cases. Justice O'Meara didn't order
his prisoners sent to jail and they walked
out of the courtroom. Public opinion is
said to be with the editors.
HOLDING flE FOR n EE MOTHER.
Grace Parker Eloped, bat the Police Notr
Have Her In Charge.
Sioux Falls, Dak., July 20. Chief of
Police Donohue has arrested Miss Grace
Parker, of Kansas City, Mo., on a telegram
from the girl's mother, stating that Grace
had run away to meet Fred Foreman, a
traveling photographer, now in this city.
The girl at first stated that she was from
Kew York, but finally admitted her home
was in Kansas City. She pretended to be
in a trance and kept up the sham for sev
eral 'hours. The officers, however, stayed
by her and are holding her until the arrival
of her mother, who expects to be here to-day.
Foreman has disappeared and the girl re
fuses to talk.
The Chief Resson for tbe great success of
Hood's Sarsaparilla is fnund in the article it
self. It is Merit Ihst Wins, and the fact that
Hood's Sarsaparilla actually accomplishes all
that is claimed for it, has given this medicine a
popularity and sale greater than anyother sar
saparilla or blood purifier. '
Heed's Sarsspsr ills is sold by druggists, tl;
ivtloTtS. Prepared by C.1 1 'HOOD CO.r
Apot-aeoaries, Lowell, Mass, UlTeHatrW.
-BILLIONS IN IT.
AnotbcrBIg Scheme for TJtUIzIns; tbe Power
of Klnaara Falls.
Buffalo, July 2a It has just been made
known that Colonel Hamilton, of Kansas,
whose scheme for the construction of a great
generator of electricity under Niagara Falls
came so near getting through the Legislature,
has obtained a grant from Sir John MacDon
ald, Premier of Canada, for the erection ot his
machinery under the Canadian Horseshoe
Fall. The work has been done very quietly in
order not to arouse opposition. No trouble is
expected from the Canadian Park Commis
sioners. The Colonel's ingenious machinery
will, in all probability, be placed in the Queen
Victoria Niagara Falls Part The Cave of the
"Winds plan will probably have to be modified,
for the cave in the rear of the Horseshoe Fall
is quite insignificant.
It was said that Colonel Gsowsk, the cele
brated engineer, of Toronto, who built the in
ternational bridge, is interested in the new
company; also Engineer Thomas Evershed, of
Rochester, and ex-Governor Cornell. A meet
ingot the stockholders is to be held in Alex
andria. Va., next Wednesday to take steps to
Place the company in actual working opera
tion. It is saldtbe capital stock Is 520,000,000,
pirtoi truicn remains unsoio.
A Murdering; and Eloping; Preacher.
Montgomery, Ala., July 20. Henry
Duncan, the Free-Will Baptist preacher,
who recently murdered his wife in Dale
county and eloped with a young ladyof the
neighborhood, was captured and tried in
the Circuit Court of Dale county, convicted
and sentenced to death by hanging.
Stop at Groetxlneer'a This Week
And see the unexampled bargains he is of
fering in velvet, moquette and body brussels
carpets patterns which will not be dupli
cated. 627 and 629 Penn avenue.
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
I Llzile Jtrijce Al'egneny
(John Kohler. Sr Allegheny
Ulzsbeth Weber.. . .. Allegheny
(Thomas Chestnut Snowden township
I Lizzie Penn jastonrine
(FraiiV C. 1'aul...: Allegheny
I .Mary Schulte Allegheny
j Joseph At. McMastera Plttshnrg
lJMattleA. Bennett I'ittsburr
George Knorr Pittsburg
t Aiaga&lena Ji-uercner rinsonrg
j lgnaz KaniinccU rttlsburg
5 Maryana .N'ajdul Pittsburg
J John Byrne Versailles township
Alary McCarter... Elizabeth township
Albert Suebold..- ..Natrona
t Lizzie J&rboch - Natrona
(Frank George Pittsburg
I Mary uiettxter Pittsburg
( Thomas J. bmlth ..Pittsburg
1 Alary K. Holmes...... Pittsburg
(John Iiurkhart Pittsburg
3 Katie Nauer Allegheny
( Thomas Wallace Braddock
J Mary AlcJJonougn Braddock
I James Iirotemarkle AIcKecsport
j May Feltenberger Vertallles township
5 John C. Aey Pittsburg
1 Barents. Gallagher.. Allegheny
LENG VON "WEGE-iOn Saturday, Jnly 20,
1SS9, at the residence of the bride's parents, by
tbe Rev. Dr. L. H. Downer, Mr. Chahles
lizsa and Miss Ehma Vox "Wege, both of
Harrisburg, Pa., on Thursday, July 18, 1889, "by
the Rev. W. H. Fishburn, of the Bethlehem
Lutheran Chnrcb, Mb. H. G. "W'ektz and Alias
Aksa C. Williams, both of Pittsburg, Pa.
BAOON-On Saturday, July 20. 1S89, at 12.30
A. sl, Margaret Jake, wife of U. II. Bacon,
in her G7th Tear.
Funeral Monday, July 22, at 2 r. sl, from
her late residence, 817 North Fourth street,
SteubenvilleO. Friends of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend.
SHADE On Friday evening, July 19.1889,
Jessie, daughter of Captain James and Cath
erine Shade, in tbe 12th year of her age.
Through ail pain at times she'd smile.
A smile of heavenly birth.
And when the angels called her home,
She smiled farewell to earth.
Heaven retaineth now our treasure,
Earth the lonely casket keeps.
And the sunbeams love to linger
"Where our darling Jessie .sleeps. .
Funeral from the residence of her parents, 35
"Ward street, "West End, Sundat, July 21, at 2
o'clock p.m. Friends of ,the family are re
spectfully invited to attend.
SKILES At No. 38 West Jefferson street,
Allegheny City, on Saturday. July 20.1869, atti
o'clock a. 31., EiwiA, wife of Isaac Skiles, aged
Services at the residence of her brother, "W.
t3. Morrow, Ohio township, Sunday, July 21. at
3 o'clock. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to a'ttend.
MATTHEWS-On Friday, July 19. 1SS9, at 1
o'clock p. m., Mrs. Mary Matthews, in the
oun j ear oi ner age.
Funeral from her late residence.Southstreet,
Fifteenth ward, on Sunday, July 21. at 3
o'clock p. at Friends of the family are re
spectfully invited jto attend.
Kittanning papers -please copy. 2
MUIiVANEY On Fridav evening, July 19.
1889, at 11.30, illcnAEL MULVAJJEY, aged CO
years, at Ms residence, 481 Webster avenue.
Funeral on Monday, July 22, at 8.30 A. M.
Services at St. Bridget's Church at 9 A. M.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
McCALUN On Saturday morning, Jnly 20,
1889. CATHEBINE JtfCCAMJN, Wife .Of H. Mc-
Funeral from residence. Fort Pitt station,
Pittsburg. Cincinnati and St. Louis Bailroad,
onday, July 22, I8S8, at 8 A. n. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend.
WALTER-On Friday .morning, July IS, at
930 o'clock, Stephkn II "Walter, aged S3
years 10 months and 5 days.
Funeral on Sunday, Jnly 21, at 2.30 P.M..
frpm his late residence, No. 1830 Carson street,
Pittsburg, Southside. Interment private. No
8t Louis papers please copy.
' ANTHONY MEYER,
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold fc Co., Lira.,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1131 Penn avenue. Tele
phone connection. mylO-60-jrwrsu
JAMES M. FULLEBTON,
UNDERTAKER AND EMUALMEQ,
No. 6SEVEJ.-TO STKEET.
JOHN L. TREXLER & CO.,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Lirery
and Boardim; Stables. Nos. 878 and 880
Beaver are. Residence. 681 Preble
ave., Allegheny City.
Telephone 8416. mh23-MThsn
Ty H. DEVURE tibOH,
Undertaken and Embalmets and IdverrBtaMe
No. SUOrant street, near Fifth avenue.
At the old stand fine carriages lor shopping or
parties or opera at the most reasonable prices.
Telephone 228. mhG-90-wea
After eating, persons of a billons habit will
derive ereat benefit by aldns one of these
pills. It you have been
Drinking Too Much
they will promptly relieve the nausea,
and nervousness -which follows, restore the ap
petite and remove gloomy feelings. Elegantly
OFTICK, MCBEA3T eTEEZX, NEW YOEK.
TAB. L S. 'WATJGA3IAN,
Sll Smlthfleld street
Gold fillings -..llflO and up
White alloy fillings,.., l 00
Silver fillings 75
Amalgam fillings...... ..,.., ....... 50
Extracting tectn 25
Administering gas., ,,.,, SO
Teeth, M and K. Best teeth only 110.
Fine gold filling and golcUcrowji woika spe-
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BRASS and IRON
BRASS, 3x64. at S&
IRON, Brass Trimmed, 3x6-6, at S9 75.
Any size on order.
FACTORY PRICES on ORDERS In LARGE
P. C. S.choeoeck,
711 LIBERTY ST.-
NE WEST LACE SHOE,
Patterned in a design novel
as well as comfortable, will
find their entry among the
styles of the present day as
popular as any of the old
favorites. We invite special
attention of the ladies to
this elegant boot, which can
be worn on all occasions as
one of the dressiest of the
season. All widths, assuring
Market St., Entrance 430-436.
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillings from $1 up, Amalgag, 50c;
silver. 75c; white alloy, IL
Gold Crowns a specialty.
JJiUJ. M. AIcCLAKEIT.
Corner Smrthfield and Fourth arenas.
We are justxeoeivingour Importations of China Dinner
and Tea Sets. A full line of Imported and Domestic, Plain
and Decorated Iron Stone China. Also Mason Jars and
R P. WALLACE & CO.,
211 'WOOD ST.
It is an admowledged jfact that our .stores are more comfortable in tbe rammer than
any others in the city. "We have lofty ceilings, many windows in the rear and a constant
current of air through our building between Market street and Fifth avnue. This makes
shopping under the -electric lights on Saturday evening a pleasure. But tbe
matnt ATTRACTION are the Seasonable Goods
Which we offer at BARGAIN PRICES.
New Line of Jerseys.
All 'Wool Cashmere Jerseys, vest front and trimmed in Silk Braid, only $1 50, worth
52. Finest Quality Navy and .Black Cashmere Jerseys, all trimmed in Black Silk Braid,
aW62, worth 53. Jlircctoire .Shape kerseys, bound and tailor-made, at S3, worth $4. The
effect of this Jersey, when worn, is new and striking. These are three exceptional values
To usefully employ idle hours, our Art Department offers plenty of material. Every
variety of Stamped and Hemstitched Linen Goods, in Plain Patterns for outlining, or the
mostlaborate designs .for embroidering, together with the most complete line of material
for any land of .Art or Embroidery "Work.
SPECIAL VALUES IN PILLOW SHAMS.
Pull size Pillow Shams, Bed and "White Braided, SQe a pair. Pillow and Sheet
Shams, Braided in Bed and "White to match, finished Trith Cambrio Baffling and ready
for use, at only $2 a set.
Fine line of .Embroidered Pillow Shams np to $9 a pair.
REMABKABLE VALUES IN APRONS
Atl2J4c Tucked lawn A-prons. nicely finished, and worth 18c.
At 25c Fine Xiflwn Aprons, with deep hem and tacks, and the best ever offered
the money. .
548, 512, W MARKET ST.
' Will You Buy
If Quality is Good and Prices
We have gone thoroughly through
our stocks of
SUITS, PANTS, LIGHT DERBYS
and STRAW HATS and also SUM
and have cut the prices so as to
leave no doubt as to the genuine
ness of our bargains. Quality as
good as ever, but prices 2o per
cent to 50 per cent lower than
they previously were.
Men's Suits that were 9, $10,
813 50 and $16, are now 87, 88,
811 and 813. Children's Suits, for
merly 82 75, 84, 85, 86 and 87,
now 82, 82 50, 83, $4 50 and $5.
All other goods likewise reduced.
Don't neglect your own interests
by failing to take advantage of
Tailors, Clottiers M Halters,
161, 163 Federal St., Allegheny.
E BELLE OF THE SEASON WAS THE
Tonne lady wno wisely called noon ilus
jaodeES before coins to the seashore and uro-
uracu uoracii. vitu lurau ueauuiuj, an natural
bair banes anil carls. Latest styles. La Tosca,
S&dloc Little Pans and others. Be snre and
call on MISS ilARIK LANDERS, Hngus fc
Hacks building, upstairs. Take Sperber s ele
31 SAMPSON ST., ALLEGHENY, PA.
Sneeially Adapted for Cemetery Lots.
Fidelity Title & Trust Company,
CAPITAL, - - - $500,000
121 AND 123 FOOF.TH AVE.
Insures titles to real estate, And acts in all
fiduciary capacities. Temporary offices,
No. 100 DIAMOND STEEET.
Wrt) 27 FlfTH AVENUE.
Ladies' Silk Ribbed Vests,
63c; worth $1.
Ladies' Balbriggan Hose,
toes and heels tipped,
25c; worth 40c.
Ladies' Lisle Hose, regu
lar made, 25c a pair;
Ladies' Swiss Aprons,
hemstitched and em
broidered, 39c; worth
Ladies' Pure Silk Gloves,
25c; worth 50c.
Ladies' four-button Kid
. Gloves, 75c; worth $1.
Ladies' Initial Handker
chiefs, 10c; worth 12 4.
Ladies' Initial Handker
chiefs, all linen, 25c;
Ladies' Gloria Umbrellas,
gold or silver handles,
$1 50; worth $2.
Ladies' Windsor Silk Um
brellas, gold or silver
handles, $4 25 and $5.
Ladies' French Corsets,
long waisted; 58c;
Ladies' Bummer Corsets
at 58c and 75c, reduced
from 75c and $1.
Ladies' Smocked Jerseys
at $2 50; worth $3 50.
Ladies' Stockinet Jackets
at $3; worth $3 75.
Ladies' Cambric Corset
Covers, trimmed with
torchon lace, 50c; worth
Ladies' Muslin Night
Gowns, 89c; worth
Misses' Blouses, $1 25;
worth $1 75.
Misses' Cambric Gretchen
Aprons, 35c; worth
Misses' School Hats, 25c,
50c and 75c.
Shirts, New York rnilTg
muslin, 75c, or 3 for $2.
Gentlemen's Night Shirts,
50c, 69c, 75c and $1.
Gentlemen's All Linen
borders, 9c each or $1
$1 a suit; worth $2.
Shirts a special bar
gain at $1 50.
Gentlemen's British Half
Hose, full regular, 12c
a pair; worth 25c.
complete, at very mod
Boys' Star Shirt Waists,
50c; worth 63c.
Boys' Flannel Shirts 50c
Boys' Heavy Ribbed Hose
25c ajpair; worth 35c.
Small Boys' Clothing clos
ing out below cost.
Babies' All-wool Cash
mere Cloaks, $3j worth
Babies' Lace Cape, 25c;
Babies' Robes, $3 50;
nmrf.Vi $4. Ff)
Babies' Carriages from $2 I
No Charge fqr Trimming When
Materials.Are Purchased Here, m
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504;506anrJ 508 Market st, I
BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
406 and 408Wood Street.
NEW GOODS, NEW GOOS9
At Prices Neyer Before Heard Of.
Sheffield silver-plated dinner knives, 10c each.
Sheffield silver-plated tablespoons and forks,
Sheffield silver-plated teaspoons, onlvfic eacn,
5-bottle silver-plated castor, onlv SI.
Silver-plated butter dish, only ?L.
Triple-plated bntterdisb. onlrSl 23.
Triple-plated piclcle castor, onlv $L
Silver-plated batter knives and' sugarspoons,
Genuine Rosers & Bros.' knives, triple plate,
3 for 09 cents.
Rogers & Bros.' teaspoons, 6 in sec. onlv 99c.
Silver-plated napkin rings, 10c. 25c, SOc.
Elegant lamps, decorated tin shade, only $2.
68-piece English decorated tea set, only Si 9.
ElO-piece English decorated toilet set, only
lOS-piccc English decorated dinner set, only
White (rranlte enps and saucers, only 5c
White granite dinner plates, only 5c
Large box Putz pomade, for cleaning silye
and brass, 5c.
large sponges, only 5c and 10c
Large sea shells, only 10c
3-arm towel rack, only 5c
Towel roller, only 5c
10-pin coat or hat rack, only 10c
Cedar water pail, 3 brass hoops, only 25
Washtnbs, all sizes. 10c to SI.
Wash boilers, all sizes, 50c to $1 50.
Enameled-llned kettles, 23c to 69c
Willow clothes baskets, 49c to t9c
Willow clothes hampers, fiOo to U 25.
Everything you can think of in dolls from Sa
Vases, all styles, from 5c to $2 50.
Statues, 50 different styles, in bronze. Leva
and Roeers stvles, at one-half the regular
prices, &3o to S3 50.
All kinds nt ladies and gents' traveling bags,
in club and Gladstone styles, from 50c to S4 50.
Croquet sets, worth SI 25. marked down to 75c.
Hammocks, only 95c SI OO, SI 25.
We are opening new goods every day on our
5c and 10c counters.
H. G. HAYDEN & CO.
JULY REDUCTION SALE
Star Flannel "Waists and Blouses,
These are all this season's patterns, and the
best goods made, silk at H 2a. Percale. Waists
marked below cost.
Corded Silk Mull Hats
for children. SI 50 and S2. This is less, than
cost. All very pretty styles.
Children's Plain and Embroidered
White Dresses, 8L
Ages 4 to 14. The regular price of this lot
was f3 to J10.
Parasols and Sun Umbrellas
Selling at ridiculously low prices. They most go
this week at some price. The reduced ones
start at 97c Don't delay but come at once.
Tennis Goods Marked Way Down.
Blazers S2 85, Sashes SI 50. Belts, silk. 25c and
a Caps 45c. 8hirts $1 50, were S2: 52 were
S2 75; finer ones also.
Every Department included in this
All our goods wo warrant to be first-class and
perfect in every way. .
H G, CAMPBELL SONS,
710 PENN AVENUE. 710
Between Seventh and Eighth its.
I WILL GIVE
8500 to Anyone Not Using
The Trne Tailor System
ir they will cut as perfect a fitting garment of
any kind and give such exquisite grace and
""; i fciu. jjjrm a x win wiw my system,
using only a tailor's square and tape measure,
which is every tailor's outfit and should be
In regard to the claims of the so-called "tailor
systems'1 1 will simply remark that any method
which does not use a taUors square ana tape
measure Independent of pieces of pasteboard
or graded scales cannot properly be called a
Si. do not be deluded or persuaded into buy
ing or using a set of "graded scales." charts,
models or machines called "tailor systems."
Perlect FitUng Patterns cut to order and
The True Tailor System,
P. O. PERKINS, Inventor,
44S Wood jet., 3d door from
j.' tjta ave.
The Most CovfistS
OTociL ia uio city.
'BED ROCK PIUCBS,
We also manufacture thi4
STEVENS CHAIR CO.:
No. SIXTH STn