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20, J 1889;'
FULL OF DIFFICULTY.
Archbishop ltyan's Views of tho
Pope's Power and Plights.
A PROBLEM KOT EAST TO SOLVE.
r; Tho Bruno Affair Dwelt Upon at Length in
the Coming Pastoral.
TBESEXT POSITION OP HIS HOLINESS
Kelther Gratifvliis to Himself Kor to Kin- Humbert,
Archbishop Evan's pastoral will be read
in all the Catholic churches of the Phila
delphia diocese Sunday. He speaks at
length of the Brnno affair and the temporal
power of the Pope. A synopsis of the pas
toral is given.
1 tSFECIAI. TELEGRAM TO TBS DISrATCn. I
Philadelphia, September 19. Arch
bishop Byan's pastoral on the Brnno affair
will be read in all the Catholic churches of
the archdiocese on next Sunday. It will
direct that special services similar to those
ordered by Archbishop Corrigan, in Xew
York, be held in this archdiocese on Sep
tember 29 and 30. A collection for the
Pope will also be taken up in all churches
on Sunday, the 29th insL After reviewing
the story of the erection of the monument in
Borne to Brnno, and giving a special aketcb
. of the apostate's life, the Archbishop will
&ay in his pastoral:
"We do not attempt to justify his punish
ment; but we point to these facts to show
that the insulting ceremony was not an
honest tribute to pre-eminent genius or in
dustrious talent bnt a wretched expression
of wounded envy at
THE MAGNIFICENT TRIBUTE
paid to the Boman Pontiff by the whole
world, Catholic, Protestant Mohammedan
and Pagan on the occasion of the colden
jubilee of his priesthood. We do not be
lieve that in his heart the King of Italy
sympathized with the demonstration, be
cause the spirit of the men who bowed their
heads in veneration of Giordano Bruno is
really as anti-royal as it is anti-papal But
the King is powerless on snch occasions.
And it may be asked if powerless to defend
the royal dignity, how could he defend the
so-called guarantees offered by his prede
cessor to preserve the personal and official
liberty of the Boman Pontiff.
"Wc cannot help thinking that it does not
become a mighty organization of over 200,
000,000 of people to look on quietlv to be
hold their supreme pastor m earth insulted
in his capital and restrained in the exercise
ot his most important functions, and say or
do nothing. It is not a question of mere
temporal power, but of
of another's temporal power. The incident
which the Pope feels so sensitively may be
repeated in some other form at any time.
The laws which condemn all who defend his
civil rights are penal, persecuting laws en
acted against the Pontiff himself. The
tendency is to greater persecution because
satanic hatred of religion itself is at the
bottom of all. This will not express itself
in a Garibaldiau shout for liberty and union,
but in a quiet systematic, apparently con
stitutional mode'ot warfare.
"Xow, if the Pope have the spiritual
power to rule the church of God he should
have by implication everything essential to
the exercise of the spiritual power. If some
amount of temporal power and independence
of earthly dominion be essential to this
freedom and many good non-Catholic
statesmen have so thought and said then
Dome snch independent position orght to be
possessed by the Pontiff. He represents too
INDIRECT TEMPORAL INFLUENCE
to be subject to any King. The first Na
poleon felt that he only needed the Pope as
n subjsct to be complete and permanent
master of Europe.
"The Pope's present position of neither
ruler nor subject is one which cannot be
gratifying to either himself or the King of
Italy. The latter must feel that his royal
dignity is dwarfed by the presence of the
Pope that in the shadows of St. Peter's
and the Vatican the Quirinal is utterly
lost But this is not as it should
be when proper order prevails The
power of earthly rulers is from God, as
well as the Pontiff's power. All power is
from God, whether pontifical, royal or re
publican, and should be respected in its
place. Hence, for Pope and King the pres
ent position is one out of harmony with
"What, then, should be done? To give
Buch guarantees as Victor Emmanuel offered
is clearly folly, as a single vote of the
Italian Parliament might at any time make
the Pope a subject. It has sometimes been
advanced as a
SOLUTION OF THE DIFFICULTY
that to guarantee these guarantees by
European treaty, so that not Italy alone,
but all Europe, would be back of them,
might give tne Pope an independent position
even stronger than he possessed before
the Garibaldians and Victor Emmanuel
robbed him of his possessions. Such a
treaty might protect him from any future
spoliation. However, Italy has never sug
gested snch guarantee for her guarantees,
and would probably resent such suggestion
as an intrusion and an insult Besides this
fact, we must remember how treaties in the
past have been disregarded: And how with
the governing powers of European countries
halt infidel and anti-Papal, it may be
doubted whether these powers would en
force, as they should, the guarantee rights.
FULL OF DIFFICULTY.
"The subject is full of difficnlty. The
solution of the great past has been that the
Pope should be an independent ruler. It is
evidently his own solution. Not that he
cares to be the temporal ruler of a pettv
kingdom for the sake of its little tinseled
royalty, when, as Pope, he rules the Catho
lic world. We are sure that he would pre
ter the pleasures of the Vatican library to
those of a royal court In the ordinary
course of human lite he is nearing the por
tals of eternity. But he feels now, more
than ever, that it is due to his sublime
office to lift his voice in defense of the
libcrtv of the head of the churcn of Jesus
Fall Fashions for Boys.
The new styles of hoys and children's
clothes are very pretty this year, both in
chapes and materials. A great deal of in
genuity and good taste have been expendedjo
make nobby garments for the little fellows.
There are many pretty things, both in plaids
and solid colors used. No better exposition
of the latest novelties can be found than at
A. L. Sailor's, cor. Sixth and Liberty.
An Jraraeme Trade In Our Big Flannel
People are delighted with the large variety
they find here in the best flannels made,
even the low-priced ones.
Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
IiOVEBS of Shakespeare will have a treat
next week at the Grand when Marie "VYain
uripht will present her snperb production
of "Twelfth Night" .
PrxrSBUEO beer, brewed by Frauenheim
& Tilsack, is a product of home industry.
Call for it Drink it.
For ladies and children are here the best
.? "i ;,""'x..
Penn Avenue Stores.
A DIFFEEEKCE IN PBICE.
Tbo Mnrmliall Foundry Sara to Recover a
The suit of the Marshall Foundry and
Construction Company against the Pitts
burg Traction Company is still on trial be
fore Judge Slacle. The suit is to recover 833.
000 for castings and materials furnished the
Traction Company when the line was being
constructed. It is claimed that the payment ot
tlie money was refused on acconnt of tne ar
ticles not being in conf OTmity with tbe specifi
cations, and that the price asked was in excess
of tne market prices. They offered 828,500 in
payment, but it was refused, the plaintiffs
claiming tbe f nil amount, 33,000, was dne them.
ATTACHMENT ASKED FOB.
Two Wholesale Merchant Tailor Afraid
Erdmnn Will Asslirn.
Wilson, Mitchell & Co. and Klein, Put
zel & Co., wholesale clothiers of Philadel
phia, yesterday brought suits against D.
Erdman. the tailor, to recover for goods sold to
him and asked that attachment's be issued.
Wilson, Mitchell & Co.'s suit is for J6S0, and
Klein. Putzel fc Co.'s is S150 75. They allece
that Erdman is about to assign and dispose of
and remove his property and effects and get
out of tho country in order to defraud his
creditors. They claim that he has property
enough to pay his debts, concealed, and ask
for the attachment to prevent their being de
frauded. To-Dny's Trial Lists.
Common Pleas No. 1 Coghey vs Miller 4
Co.; Friend vs city of Pittsburg; Gelcher.'ct ux
vs Bretthole; McMahon vs Schmidt; McMahon
vs O'Doherty; Marboftvs Henry etal; Keeler,
supervisor, vsKewlin; American Tube andiron
Company vs St. Clair Light and Fuel Com
Common Pleas No. 2 Davis vs Davis; Ecclcs
vs Reich et al; Stedman vs Faterie; John John
ston vs Johnston.
Criminal Court Commonwealth vs Barney
Gallagher, Thomas Mooncy 12). Samuel Mor
gan, Frank Conbay ct al, William Bulker,
George Taylor. Samuel B. Oberhelman (2),
Lewis Guffin, Edward Castle, Michael Evan,
Aunla MJtber et al. Jacob A Thomas, Thomas
McGrady et at A V. Kendig.Charles McClure,
Nicholas StahL Michael Maethahusz. Dennis
Dowlin, W. Wilson, Mary McNamara, W.
Tmdgate, Bridget Nee, Peter Connelly, alias
Wilson; Joseph Weber et al, Balali Boss, George
Grand Jnry Flndlnss.
The grand Jury yesterday returned tbe fol
lowing true bills: Peter Connelly, alias Ed
ward Wilson, Grant Dodds, Isaac Rosenblatt,
larceny and receiving stolen goods; W. B.
Sbaner, W. J. Wolf, larceny from the person
and aggravated assault and battery; Louise
Fleming, Thomas Lowry. Enoch Lowry, George
McClugen, William Weimer, assault and bat
tery; Edward Rudolph. Robert Rudolph, point
ing firearms; Mike Flaherty, Mary Murphy,
John McLaughlin, selling liquor without a
The ignored bills were: Mary Conroy, A
Erlewein, M. Most. Joseph Upielman, selling
liquor without a license; 'i'heodoie Bell,
Anthony Filman, selling liquor to minors: Mary
Conroy. selling liquor on Sunday; James
Dunson, larceny; Felix Hawkins, larceny by
bailee; John Ulrica, felonious assault; Mary
Guy, J. B. Bitter, assault and battery.
To-Dar's Andlt List.
Estate of Accountant.
Michael Thomas Fred Thomas.
James Knox. Johanna Knox.
Elizabeth Moeller T. F. Stranb.
E. W. Relnecke. Clara C. Beinecke.
Luke Chapman. John Colvin.
Martha Wallace Samuel Francies.
Joseph Boolf. A. Brockman,
Christine Schurley.... .George Wheatley.
Henry Voegle Henry Kerr.
Martha M. Kimling.... William Kimling.
JohnFurst John O. SippeL
John Linton K. J. Linton.
Sarah Porter J. Hineman et al.
John Scott John F. Scott et at
Christina Beystrom....P. H. Lawson.
Danius Carhn. George N. Wnrzelt
What Lawyers Have Done.
Albekt Jackson pleaded guilty to aggra
vated assault and battery on Frank Peters.
A verdict for the defendant was given yes
terday in the case of John Hues against George
Edner in an action on account.
The jury is out in the suit of A Houshold
against G. Aufrecht to recorer for goods
claimed to have been Bold to Aufrecht.
The case against C. B. Baker for the embez
zlement of Hi worth of apples from G. W.
Hunn fc Co. was settled and a nolle pros en
tered. The suit of Benjamin Coursin against John
Scbrader, an action in ejectment to recover a
piece of ground in McKeesport, is on trial be
fore Judge Ewing.
Makgakkt Batoian yesterday entered suit
against the Jefferson Gas Company for $1,000
for a ten-foot strip of ground taken through her
land in Baldwin township.
IN the suit of Hodge, Slemmons & Co.
agains: James Wilson, an action on a note, tbe
jury was unable to agree yesterday, after hav
ing been out all night, and was discharged.
Mike Connobs was acquitted of the charges
of burglary and larcenv. He was accused of
being one of a party who broke into the honse
of C. J. Shcffler and stole S38 and some jewelry.
In the Criminal Court, yesterday, Daniel R.
Ward was convicted of cruelty to his children
and assault and battery on his wife. The in
formation was made by Humane Agent
A compulsory non-suit was entered against
the plaintiff yesterday in the case of Thomp
son, Culburt fc Co. against the Immaculate
Wire Company, limited, an action on a book
The case of William J. Ford against Ander
son, DuPny &. Co. is on trial before Judge Col
lier. The suit is for damages for injuries to
Ford's hand while working at a spring ma
chine in tbe defendants' works.
AN application was filed yesterday for a
charter for the Young Men's Athletic Club of
Homestead. The directors are John Fitzsim
nions. Mat Gray, Pat Rodgers, Pat Sweeney,
John Toole, Michael Conroy and John Sulli
van. Thomas Mooney, tried for burglary and
larceny, was found guilty of receiving stolen
goods. He was accused by Constable Clishum,
of Stowe township, with having robbed tbe
store of Martin McMahon, taking some blank
ets, clothes, tobacco' etc. He was sentenced
one year to the workhouse.
Charles E. Knock yesterday entered suit
against C. L. Flaccus for $2,000 damages.
Knoch states that In September, 1888, be was
engaged for a year as blacksmith at the Flaccus
Bottle Works, in Tarentum, at the salary of
J10 60 per week. He was discharged in Decem
ber, 1888, without caue. He claims that $411 is
due him for the balance of tbe year, and that
be has been unable to get employment else
where, damaging him to tbe extent sued for,
therefore, by his discharge.
TWO LITTLE WAIFS.
Mr. Dean Is Ilnntlng for tho Mother
Charged With Leaving Them.
A complaint was made to Agent Dean, of
the Anti-Cruelty Society, yesterday, charg
ing Mrs. Annie Hammond, who is supposed
to reside in Allegheny and whose husband
is at present in the penitentiary, with the
desertion of her two little children, aged, re
spectively, 3 years and 3 months. The little
waifs were placed in the hands of kind
ladies and the agent will hunt tor the
Whether on pleasure bent or business, should
take on every trip a bottle ot Syrup of Figs, as
it acts most pleasantly and effectually en tbe
kidneys, liver and bowels, preventing fevers,
headaches and other forms of sickness. For
sale in 60c and tl bottles by all leading drug
gists. At the Exposition.
Continuation of floral display at Exposi
tion to-day. Classical music to-night
Absolutely waterproof, the new Scotch
clan tartan plaids and stripes fine goods,
SO and 62 inches wide at bargain prices.
Boggs & Buhl.
Exposition, Flowers and Music.
Beautiful floral disnlay and classical
music to-night One admission to all.
35 Cts., 33 Cts., 35 Cts.
Dress tjoods, dress goods, regular 50-cent
quality. Largest stock of dress goods in
Pittsburg and lowest prices.
Knable & SnrjSTEB,
35 Fifth avenue.
Classical Slaslo at tho Exposition.
Fashionable night, floral night and class
ical night all in one.
FKADD AND FOEGERY.
Blank forms of Louisiana State Bonds
Stolen, Filled Ont and
THEN PLACED yPON THE MARKET
Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars Are In
volved in the Deal.
SO EVIDENCE AS TO THE CRIMINALS.
Tbo Ex-Ireasarer Coming Home From London to
InTestigate the Matter.
All Louisiana is excited because of the
discovery of sn over-issue of the State
bonds. The amount involved in the trans
actions is a very large one. Theft and
forgery have been clearly shown. An in
vestigation is in progress.
New Orleans, September 19. Investi
gation by the State officials and parties
largely interested in State securities con
tinues to develop new cases of fraud almost
every day. It now appears that forgery has
been added to theft in the fraudulent floating
of bonds of the State, through the criminal
ity or. carelessness of the State's trusted
In addition to the 303,600 of consoli
dated bonds upon which interest payments
have just been stopped, and many of which
(presumably all) have been surreptitiously
put npoh the market instead of being can
celed, there have been discovered in private
hands a number of the 4 per cents issued
under act 121 of 1880, and known as consti
tutional bonds, that are clearly an over-issue
made in fraud.
something of a mystery.
How the blank forms got out of the pos
session of their proper custodian, who filled
them up and affixed the signatures of the
Governor and State Treasurer, may only be
disclosed through the Criminal Courts.
But the fact is settled that while the
highest legal issue ot the 5100 series of
these bonds is No. 200, numbers at least as
high as 242 are outstanding, and of the 500
series (the legal limit or wnicn is no. m)
bonds as high as No. 56 are afloat To
what extent this fraud may go in its ramifi
cations a short time will disclose.
Opinion at the Stock Exchange is about
equally divided in the discussion of the
bond question. Some of the members state
that Major F. A. Burke, the late State
Treasurer, is positively to blame for
THE PRESENT TROUBLE,
while others express themselves as satisfied
that the Major will make such a showing
upon his return as will at once and forever
quiet all doubts as to tbe validity of the
bonds outstanding, as well as to the integ
rity of his administration of the State Treas
ury. A dispatch received from Major Burke
dated London yesterday says he will sail on
Saturday and hopes to reach home by Mon
BACK TO THE OLD PLAN.
The Treasury Department Not to bo Used
to Bear the Sliver Market.
"Washington, September 19. Secretary
Windom has decided that in the purchase
of silver for coinage into standard silver
dollars, he will hereafter accept the lowest
offers for the amount required, provided the
Erice is within tbe market rate, as required
y law. This reverses the practice of the
department under the last administration,
of making counter offers, and is a return to
the practice which prevailed prior to 1885.
The change in the practice is said to be
due to representations by bankers and others
that the practice of making counter ofiers
was in effect an attempt by the Government
to "bear" the silver market by forcing down
the market rate. Secretary Windom, in
speaking of the matter this afternoon, said
that his action meant nothing more than
appeared on tbe surface, and was not to be
understood as indicating any change in the
policy of the administration in the matter of
the coinage of silver.
A. C0HPEE1IENSIYE LIBEAEI
To be Added to the Ontflt of tho Govern
ment's Latest Crnlser.
Philadelphia, September 19. A num
ber of citizens held a meeting at the Mayor's
office to-day for the purpose of considering
the question of presenting to the new Gov
ernment cruiser Philadelphia, recently con
structed by the Messrs. Cramp, some evi
dences of their appreciation of having the
vessel named after tbe city. Mayor Filler
After a brief discussion it was decided to
E resent the Philadelphia with a compre
ensive library for the use of those who may
be assigned to duty on the cruiser.
SASTFORD'S GINGER FOR BOTS AM) GIRLS
The Delicious Summer Medicine
FA1NLIWW n i
gbeSScine m A JiililllWlP guinea
For Bilious and Nervous Disorders, such as Wind and Pain In tho Stomach, 8Iek
Headarho, Giddiness, Fnlness, and Swelling nfter Steals, Dizziness and Drowsiness,
Cold Chills, Flashings of Heat, Loss of Appetite, Shortness of Breath, Costiveness, .
Scarry, Blotches on the Skin, Disturbed bleep, Frightful Dreams, and nil Nervous
and Trembling Sensations, &c THE FIRST DOSE WILL GIVE BELIEF IN TWENII
SmnTTES. This Is no Action. Every sufferer Is earnestly invited to try one Box of these Pills,
and f hey will be acknowledged to be a Wonderful Medicine. "worth a guinea abax."
BEECFTAM'S PILLS, taken as directed, will quickly rettore females to complete health. For a
VEAK STOMACH; IMPAIRED DIGESTION; DISORDERED LIVER;
tneyAUA. ajiivifc aiAuiu:-o cw wiMwiuworfiwonaeraupon iob vital uz?r?uif osrengui
enfng the muscular System) restoring long-lost Complexion; bringing back the keen edge of
appetite, and arousing with the BOSEBUD OF HEALTH the whole phylcal energy of the
human frame. These are " facts " admitted by thousands, in all classes of society, and one of the
best guarantees to the Nervous and Debilitated U that SEICKAM'S FILLS HAYS THE LASSES! SALS
07 AST HSXBS HEDICIHS IH ISS W0SL5. Full directions with each Box.
Prepared only by TH OS. BEECHAM, St. Helens, Lancashire, England.
Bol&by XtruggitU generally. E. F. ALLEN CO., 365 and 367 Canal St., NewVork,
Bole Agents for the United States, who (inquire first), if your druggist does not keep them,
WILL MAIL BEECHAM'S PILLS ON RECEIPT OF PRICE, 25 CENTS A BOX.
MADE ONLY By i I N TH
Gec, AMacbeth&Co. Pittsburgh
A NEW IDEA.
Something- Kins Solomon Never Anticipated
When Writing Proverbs.
The objection to combinations in any
business is that by a "combine" prices are
raised. No one ever expected to hear of
one for the purpose of lowering prices. But'
now comes the proposal that 350 reputable
persons combine to buy a piano every week
until all are supplied. As soon as the 350
persons enter into this arrangement their
order for 350 high grade pianos, to be de
livered one n week, can be placed with the
manufacturers. Such a large order secures
the lowest cash prices, for each piano is paid
for in cash every week by an assessment of
SI per capita. A $425 piano is secured for
$350. The person to receive the piano is de
cided by lot. Of course there are minor
details in this plan, but the principal
points have been stated above. For full
information apply to Alex. Ross, sole agent
for the Everett pianos, 137 Federal street,
They Aro No Frond.
Tickets issued by Hendricks & Co., pho
tographers, 68 Federal street, Allegheny,
are good for just what they call for, regard
less of what others say. If you hold a
ticket bring it in before October 1. Come
and see for yourself.
T. D. Casey & Co.'s Mountain Dew
Bye is the most palatable whisky in the
market It is put up in full quart bottles
at ?1 per quart T. D. Casey,
971 Liberty street
Thov Aro No Frnnd.
Tickets issued by Hendricks & Co., photo
graphers, 68 Federal st, Allegheny, are
good for just what they call for, regardless of
what others say. If you hold a ticket
bring it in before Oct. 1. Come and see for
$1. Until October. SI.
Mothers, .bring children to Aufrecht's
Elite gallery, 516 Market street Pittsburg.
Use elevator. Cabinets $1 per dozen, proof
Tills powder never varies. A marvel of pur
ity, strength and wbolesomeness. MoroecoJ
nomical than the ordinary kin ds, and cannot
be sold in competition with the multitude of
ow est, short weight, alum or phosphate now
dera. Sold only in cam. ROYAL BAKING
POWDER CO, 106 Wail St, N. Y.
Ball's is more than com
fortable; it is shapely, natural,
has the grace of nature; more
than that, it preserves the
bounty of nature. But get
the primer Your merchant
The seller will tell you
"Wear this corset a week, or
two, or three, and bring it
back if you'd rather have
your money again."
Of course it is better than
Chicago Corset Co.,Chlca go and New York.
Latest improved Spectacles and Eye-Glasses;
will fit any nose with ease and comfort The
largest and best stock of Optical Instruments
and Artificial Eyes.
KOBNBLTJM, Theoretical and
No. 50 Fifth avenne, near Wood street.
Telephone No. 1CS3. sel9-ssu
Melons and green apples will torment us as
long as boys are boys and girls are girls. There
Is but one thing to do, and that Is to keep s
bottle of Sanfobd'3 Ginger in the bouse
and thus provide a sure preventive and never
failing cure for ills incidental to summer and
to change of vater, food and climate.
This unrivaled bonsebold panacea and travel
ing companion is sure to check every disturb
ance of the bowels, instantly relievo cramps
and pains, prevent indigestion, destroy disease
germs in water drunk, restore the circulation
when suspended by a chUl a frequent cause ot
cholera morbus break np colds and fevers
and ward off malarial, contagious and epidemic
Beware of cheap, worthless and often dan.
gerous gingers, which aro urged as substitutes.
With Owl Trade Mark en the Wrapper.
urST IH MNEYS
E V0 R L
We're after Number
our business! If
methods ot getting tnat are
rare and peculiar, we're sure,
nevertheless, they'll win.
Dependable Clothing is
first and greatest with us. It
may be that there's a shorter
cut to popularity, but its not
through the door of your
confidence, and it'll tumble-.
out, if it's not through that,
fast enough when you come
to know us.
You hate the unreliable in
clothincr. So do we. What
if a price does seem tremen
dously little, if there's little
worth to you in the goods?
We have only the reliable
to show you, and a fair price
for that. We manufacture
the clothing as substantially
as we can; that's the main
thing: we make it as valuable
as good quality and work
manship make possible; and
on tnat ground we stand
when we ask you to buy our
Let the cheap have its day.
You'll wear one of our relia
ble suits at a just price, with
money saved by it, long after
a cheap quality would have
gone to rags.
i.ooo styles of goods to
make up to measure.
Sixth street and Penn avenue
Broom manufacturers Supplies
ROBERT DICKEY & CO.,
77 WATER SI. AND 98 FIRST AVE.
ATTRACTIVE! SEASONABLE! TRADE CREATORS!
Are receiving every day, all over their mammoth stores, newest and choicest seasonable goods:
and we'll not offer them at fancy, but regular go-ahead, build-up-trade, money-saving prices.
COME I AND BE HAPPY."
The most elegant range of Dress Goods eyes ever rested on will Be laid out at 25c, 37c and
50c a yard. They're worth a deal more money.
A most magnificent assortment of 81 Broadcloths are to be sold at 85c a yard.
iuu LAdies' lovely Cloth Kooes. artistically
We cleared this lot aad will sell tbem at S5
A thoroughly beautlf nl display ot Henrietta
yard. They're less than jou'd expect to buy tbem lor.
A regular dazzling collection of Silk Plushes, in all tbe new and lovely shades, to be put out at
370, 50c and 75c a yard. COMMENT UNNECESSARY.
Ixn.x03rbaxLij "bo Erex,yTDOd-,3rI
Thousands of Ladles', Misses' and Children's Jackets, Wraps, etc., have already arrived, and
there's still more to follow. In fact, we've almost astonished ourselves at the magnitude and
variety of the selection, which it will be our pleasure to have you Inspect.
OUR WORD FOR IT, IT'LL BE MONEY IN YOUR POCKET.
151 and 153 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY.
We have just reoeived and have now ready for inspection,
beautiful China Dinner Sets, Fish Sets and a full line of nice
China, odd pieces, to which we invito the attention of the ladies.
R'P. WALLACE & CO.,
211 "Wood. s-b.
OPPOSITE BT. CHARLES.
Don't put off till to-morrow what you ought to do to-day.
IFhile such great bargains are offered is the time to act. We
are thankful for the liberal patronage that has been bestowed
upon us since we commenced our great CLOSING OTJTSAIjE,
and for the benefit of those who have not yet paid us a visit we
will say we have still an endless variety of LAMPS, GLASS,
CHINA, Q VEENSWABE, FISH, GAME and ICE CREAM
SETS, AFTER DINNER COFFEES, J&ICHLY DECO
RATED PLATES, UMBRELLA STANDS, LAWN
VASES, CUSPADOBES, BRIC-A-BBAC, HIGH ABT
POTTERY, PEDESTALS, EASELS, BRONZE and ONYX
TABLES, CHANDELIEBS, CLOCKS, BBONZES, GAS
FIXTURES, etc. Fine Wedding and Birthday Gifts.
The Jt P. Smith Lamp, Glass and China Co
935 Penn Ave., Between Ninth and Tenth Sts.
P. a Bogers' Best Triple Plated Dinner Knives
at 91 24 per set;
BIG HATS FOR BIG 'MEN
A 8PECIALTT AT
Sizes, 1, 7K. 7, iy
Prices, 90, $2 20, $3 40, $2 90, $3 40.
Gentlemen wearing regular sizes have no
idea ot tho difficulties experienced by those re
quiring large hats before Ruben made a
specialty of extra sizes for extra large heads.
It used to be the regular thing by ye old fogy
hatters to try and Stretch a ' lata a7Jf. and
certainly with but Indifferent success, or a bat
bad to be made to order at about double tbe
regular price. Not so now. Ruben carries a
dozen different styles running in sizes up to a
7 being thus enabled not only to give a good
easy fit, but also a nice assortment of shapes to
make a selection from.
The Hatter and Furnisher,
421 and 423 Smlthfleld St
P. S. Mall orders promptly filled.
PHOTOGRAPHER, 15 SIXTH STREET.
A fine, large crayon portrait t3 SO: see them
before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets, S3 and
R2 COper dozen. PROMPT DELIVER:
PENHSXIiVANIA COMPANY'S LISE3
MaylZ 1889. Central Standard Tune.
As fallows from Union Utatloni JforChlesKO,d7fll
a. m., d 12:20, dl:O0, d7rifi, except Saturday. 11:20
p.m.: Toledo, 7:23 a. m- duhu dl:CO and except
Saturday. 11:3) p. m.i Crestline, S:4S a. m.: Cleve
land, s:10 a. m 12:15 and d 11:06 p. m. and 7:25
a. m.. via F., i W. & C. Hj.: ew Castle
and Yonngstown, 7:03 s. m 12:20, iitf p. m.:
Youngstown and nlles, dl2:3p. m.; Ateadvllle,
Krleand Ashtabula, 7:05 a. rn., 12:20 p. m.; Nlles
and Jamestown, l:s p. m.tlUsiillon. 4:10p.m.!
tvneeuziRSuaiseiisirr. ouua.xau:A :ip. in.!
Beaver Falls. 4:00. 5:06 p. m Bock .
: roini. i
a. la. ; peewaaie. :w s. m.
-HorhesteE. 6:30 s. m.i Bearer
Falls, 8:15, 11:00 a. m.: Enon, J.-00 p. m.j Leets
dale, 10:03, 11:43 a. m 2.-C0, 4, 4:45, :30, 7:00, 9:00
p. m.; Conway, 10 JO p. m.; jrair oats, H 11:40 a.
m. : Lcetsdale, 3 8:30 p. m.
TRAINS ARRIVE Union station from Chicago,
except Monday 1:50. d 6.-03. d6:33 a. m d 6d0 p.
m.; Toledo, extent Monday 1:50, d8:a. m., 630
& m., Crestline, 2:10 p. m.: Yonngstown and
ew Castle, 9:10a.m., 1:25, 6:5010:15 p. m.; Biles
and Yonngstown. d 6:80 p. m.; Cleveland, d 5:50 a.
m., 2:25, 7:00 p. m.: Wheeling and Bellalre, M
a. m., 2:25, 7:00 p. m.: Erie and Ashtabula, 1:25,
10:15 o. m.; Masslllon, 10:00 a. m.; Nlles and
Jamestown. 8:10 a. m. s Bearer Tails, 7:30 a. m
1:10 p.m.. Kock Point, b 835 p. m.; LeeUdale,
10M0 p. m.
ARRIYK AIXEGHEKY-Froni Enon, 8:00 a.
m.; Conway, 6:50; Rochester, 8:40 s. m.; Bearef
Falls, 7:10a. in., 5:45 p. m.: Leetsdale, 5:50, 6:15,
7:45 a. m.. 12:00, 1:45, 1-00, 6:30, :00 p. m.; Fair
Oaks, 88:55 a. m. ; Leetsdale, B 65 p. m.j Bock
Point. S 8:15 p. m.
S, Snndar only; d, dally; other trains, except
PITTSBURG AND CASTLE SHANNON B. K.
Summer Time Table. On and after Mar I,
1839, until further notice, trains will run as follows
on erery day, except Sunday. Eastern standard
time: Leaving Pittsburg 6:20 a. m., 7:10 a. m.,
8:00 a-m., 9:3ua. m.. 11:30a. m.. 1:40p.m., 3:40 p.
m., 5:10 p. m.. 6:50 p. m., 6:30p.m., 9:30p.m.,
11:30 p. m. Arlington 5:40 a. m., 6:20 a. ra., 7:10
a. ra., 8:00 a. m., 10:20 a. m., 1:00 p. m., 2:40 p.m.,
4:20 p. m 6:10 p. m., 5:50 p. m., 7:10 p. in., 10:35
p.m. Sunday trains, leavfng PlttJbnrg 10a.m..
l2:5up. m.. 2:30 p.m., 5:10 p. m., 7:10 p, m., 8:30
p. m Arlington 9:ua. m., 12 m., 1:50p.m., GO
p. m. 6:30 p. m., 8:00 p. m.
JOHN JAHN, Snpt.
embroidered; they were made to sell at
Cloths will be submitted at 50c, 75c and tl a
Xi. GX-ESENKAMP fc SON.
Builders ol FINE CARRIAGES.
Our assortment includes light an heavy work
of every description.
See Display at Exposition.
Salesrooms, 318 and 820 Penn avenue.
No connection with any other carrlazo house.)
' J i --& V
Again, the very moderate prices at which these garments are sold for at
this store places them within the reach of the Jio-a-weekalico sales
man as easily.AS the millionaire railroad magaate.
GOOD, DRESSY FALL. OVERCOATS AT $7
Of course we have Fall Overcoats for less than $7, but we caaaot guar
antee them. These 7 garments, however, we caa coBsciaatieasly
recommend to all who want good, stylish and substantial FaH OrereMts.
They cannot be matched elsewhere
AT $9 and $10 WE HAVE A- MAMMOTH' IflHil
t of PALL OVERCOATS,
and they're beauties every one of
or short box style. The materials
iorKscrews, worsisus ana iassimeres, meiions, wneviois, crepes,' nae
tians, Covert Cloths, etc. You can have them with, ocwithoat siMc(i5
ing, and as regards make and fit they will compare favorably with' amy
garments for which 'other stores ask 15. t ci 3
AT $12, $13 50, $14 and $15 "WE SHOWAIi
OVERCOATS FINE ENOUGH FOR ANT MAsLt:
Don't leave your measure for a Top Coat until you have seea thes?'''
Nine chances out of ten you'll prefer these ready-made garmeats to;;.-'
thdse for which your tailor would charge yotf double their prices- 5?yjP
sides we give you-a much larger assortment to select frora overao
styles being here. Zi'a
FINEST FALL OVERCOATS WE HAVE
RANGE FROM $18 to $25. r :
They're made from the costliest and most exquisite imported mate"
iiais auu are cquai in maite, he ana
worx turned out in Pittsburg, borne
with English serge, and, taken in all,
ments ever produced. -'
looks like a huge reception room. So
Thev admire our new stvles. trv them
wondering how such fine goods can be sold for so little money. We willC
lead the Cloak trade of Pittsburg this season from the word "go." Why
shouldn't'we? We have the right goods and the right prices.
OUT-OF-TOWN resJdents should write for our Illustrated Cata-j
logue. It is the finest and largest book of the.
kind ever published in Pittsburg and will be mailed gratis oh"ap-
Fifth.Avenue and Smithfield Street
knasVlyania' Hmlkoad oh aSu
after AnmutTft, 1889, trains leavs Union
Station, PlttsbarK as follows. Eastern Standard
MAIN LINE KASTWAltll.
Mew York and Chicago Limited or"aIImsn Ves
tibule dillr at 7:li . m.
Atlantic Express dsllr for tne JSast, 1:20 s.m.
Mail train, dally, except Sunday, t:3us, m. Baa
day, mall, S:4Qa. m.
Day express dallr at 3:00 a. m.
Mall express dally at 1:00 p. m.
Xaatern exnreu dally at T:U p. m.
fast Line dally it 8:10 p. m.
Express for Bedford 1:00 p. m.. week days.
Express for Cresjon and .EbensburgZi&p. m.,
tireensbnrjc expmssnop. m. week days.
Deny express 11 aa a. m. week days.
AUtbrooEli Trains connect at Jersey City wt
boats of "Brooklyn Annex' for Brooklyn, X. Y.,
aYoIdlngdoubleferMajc e and Journey throujb H.
Tmln! arrive at Union station at follows:
Mall Train, dally ...8:10 p. m.
Western Express, dally 7:a. ra.
I'aclnc Express, dally .lT:45p. m.
Chicago Limited Express, dally , 8 JO p.m.
last Line. daUy , 11 do p. m.
BOUTMVESr tHHU KAILWA1.
for Uiilontown, 5:30 ana 8:35. m, and 4:35 p.
m., without change of ears; 1X60 p. ra., connect
Ins; at Oreensbnrs;. Trains arrive from Union
town at :15 a. m.. 12:20, iOa and 8:10 p. m.
WEST KENNSfmrANlA 1HV13UMI.
rrom FEDERAL BT. STATION, Allegheny City.
Mall train, connecting- for lilalravllle... : a.m,
Express, for Blalrsville, connecting for
Butler , 1:23 p. in.
Butler Accom 8:20 a. m., 2:23 and 8:43 p. m,
Bprlngdalo Accom9.0O,lli5Oa.m.3:aond 8:20p.m.
Kreeport Accom 1:15. 8:30 and lliWp. m.
On Sunday...., i... .12:50 and :30p. m.
North Apollo Accom 11:00a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Alletbenv Junction Accommodation
connecting for Butler IA)t,a.
Blalrsrllle Accommodation , ....10:40 p.m.
Trains arrlre at FEDERAL STREET STATIONS
Express, connecting from Butler uas.n.
Mall Train -1:43 p. m,
llntler Accom t:10a. m., 4:40 and 7:20 p. m.
Blalrsville Accommodation 9:52 p. m,
Frecnort Accom.7:40a.m.. 1:15, 7:2)andll:H)p. ro.
On Sunday 10:10a. m. and 7:00 p.m.
Sprtafcdale Accom....8:37,ll:48a.m.,3d3,C:30p. m.
Norm Apollo Accom 1:49a. m. and 3:40 p. m.
Trains leave Union station. Fins ourg, as rollows:
For Moaongahela City, West Brownsville and
Unlontown. 10:40 a.m. For Moaongahela City and
On Snnday, lrtl p. m. For Monongahela City, S:4J
p. m., weekdays.
Dravosbora; Ac, week days, 8:20 p. m.
West Elizabeth Accommodation. 3:20 a.m., SiOO,
620 and ll'M p. nv Sundty, 9:10 p. m.
Ticket offices Corner Fourth avenne and Try
street and Union station.
cuas. e. ruuu, J. K. WOOD.
General Manasei. Gen'll'aas'rAnnt.
PANHANDLE BOUTE--JULY 8. 1SSS. UNION
station. Central standard Tine. Leave for
Cincinnati and St Louis, altX a.m., d8:00 and
d 11:13 p. m. Dennlson. 2:45 p. m. Chicago,
12:03, d 11:13 p. m. WhMllnr, 7:30 a. m., 12 .
8:10 p. m. Stenbennlle. 8:33 a. m. Washington.
1:63, 8:33 a. ra.,liat,ls30, 4:15,43 p. m. Bulger, 10:M
a.m. BurgetUtowa,all:36a.m 3:26 p.m. Mans
field, 7:1A 9:30, U:e. m., IKS, 8:30, d 8J6; 10-JJ
p. ra. MeDoaald. d 4iW,d 9: p. m.
From the West! t2iio. d6K a. m., , dS
p.m. Dennlson, 9.30 a.m. steubenvllle, CAS p. ra.
Wheeltng, ? 10, 8i46a.m.. 8K, 83 p.m. Bnrgetts
town, 7:13a. m.,8a.m. Washington. t:!&,7-JA,
8:40, 10:25 a. m, Jrtt 8:4a p. ra. Mansfltld, 5:36,
8:30, 111401. BL, 3:54, . and S 6:20 p. m.
Bulger, 1:0p.bw eUaualds, d: a.su, d m
"daayj 8' siW oalyt ohc twlaa, exact
Bmaor - -
. Chilly Morrdilgs
. Cool EYBDlllgg-.
are now tbe order of tie' day w
the carefsl maa will bmC tiwjHjd
dea changes of the teafmtS
with a ;
There is ho garment that k
qsemL accessary aaa dressy um
one I of these light or mediiw
weight Top Coats. They afters!
conAkte protection sgai&st cs44s
(andltheir acre serious, often fakU
consequences; aad at the sc
time find an air of fiaish, ekgaas
and iefineraeat to a geaUoMaa'
dress (that is most ploasiag atd
Aad now. eentIeB. if ym wt 4
. . i "- -- --.. ,: i
to talce your choice from aa assort- '
ment of invrr dnnn Kail r 4- &.1
1-- ,vv m. . v.wvww.
an assortment that embraces'
every new style, every popsktcj
coior, every reliable saterMU
then GO TO
them. They are cut lose; raedfrm
are wide and narrow Wales,; fuMyi
nnisn 10 we most expensive eastern
come with Jica suk liatags,.
they're the haeetready
" ,-' i
many ladies coming and going. '
on. buv them and leave the storer
UTSUllBU AMD LAKE ElilE KAlLKUAlji
COMFAKY-3oBednte In effect June 2, lam
Central time. DiparT for aeveland. 3:00, t-M
a. m., l:3i,4iia 9:33 p. m. For Cincinnati. Chi
cago and St. Louis, 80 a. m.. "1 JO, .t-.Xv.m.
For Buffalo, 8.-O0a.m.. 4:10, 1Mp. m. JTor SaU
raanca. rsOa. m.. 4ao p. m. For Yoongstowa
and New Castle; ox, 880, 10:IS a- m., lOH. 4M,
"8:30 p. a. For Beaver Fslls, SrtO. $&, 8:3B,
10:15 a. m 1:M. 3:30,4:10.8:15. "9:30 p.m. For
Chartiers. BaKVJdO a. m iOS, fSB. S.SS, 7US,
81, 8:30, oat I0:is n. mT I2.-OB, l2rt&;
1:4a l-JB, ii-M. 4:30 'S.-OS, 4:18, 8i9S, 3:p.m.
AHRiyx From Cleveland. :30 a. m., 'IS-.x,
S VOS, : p. ra. From Cincinnati. Chicago
and St. Louis, l 2:30, 7:M p. ra. From Buffalo,
s30 a. ra., 12,0, JHOjj. ra. From Salsmaa
ea. '11x30. VOi p. m. From Youngstowa sad
New Castle. :30. 8:20 a, m., 1230. 3:38. "74
9:40p m. From Bearer rails. (28. d0, 79, :30
f? Pw 2??0- JL11 5!,8 7:S5 : P-
C. 4 Y. trains from Mansfield. 8:33 a. m., 3J0,
4:50 p. ra. For Essen and Beeehmont, 8:30 a.
m., 3:30 p. m. F.. UtY. trains from Mans
field, Essen and Beeehmont, 7:08 a. m., riiMa. m.
F. MeK. A Y. K. X. -DxrART-For New Haven.
?i? " "'' ?!2' ? ra- V West Newton, 3ao,
M:e5a.BU, 8:30, 8:13p. ra. ABBm-From New
HaTen. JTlt m., rsTieo p. m. From West New
ton, 6:13, 1:50 a. m., 1:38, IM p. m. For Mc
Keesport, Ellzabetli and Mosoagshela City, 3!30,
"OJ8-... 5j?,P:. From Monongahela
. JKUsabetaaadlcKeespc-rt, 1-M a.m., 1
i.Tf11!'" 1SBBd.E!.'0Blr' Wm runonehour
JateonBundar. I Will run two hours 1st oa
Snnday. City ticket offlee. 41 Smlthfleld street.
ANIl flSYlli Hltf.Vfllh.
HTlblnl. In .& U.. ,. im. m iar--.l
rrC i. r ..... r y , aaa, lorn saaisi.
I?"w1,vSa "ltlore, Fhlladelphla aad New
York, SSM.s, m.. and ao p. mT For Caj-
Denana, "8--00-ia. m.,tl0, tOtTv. m. For Con-
5?&223L'J5' ror Unlontown, 26:40, 8.-C0a.ra-Jl0and4.-p.ra.
For Mount FIeasant,6:iBd
swJ" ,ini a:eo aBl :0 P- "w
WVJnJFton' Pa : : to,. '3:38, J0
JRiJTlP- " & Wheeling. -S 49:40 a. m..
2--W, SdOp.ra. For ClaelnnaU and SU Louis.
":4Ba.m.. "8:30p.m. ForColumbus. e:4Sanda:40
S"?2r " m- ForNewrt t-.IS. 940 a. bu,
n-.K, aop.ra. ForChleago,'8:4S, 9:40 a. m
v55?i i:3? JV TnXnt "iTe trom Ne,f
York. ITuUdelpfila. BaHiraore and Washington,
335 "..u "IS .":a) P m' rnm Columbus. Cln-
r-h"".""., "".K m-"a.'2.!'Pi.
tartonaudUB-cInnatl. " '
V1,ee.'.,ag aecoBiraodatlen. 8:30 a. ra Sunday
SiW.. iuute!t Saaday. iSunday onlr.
.3" f'oarg Transfer CompinylU call for
and cheek baggage from hotels and residences
upon orders left at B. A o. Ticket office, corner
mV! TTfnBe..nt Wool rtreet, CHAd. O
SCULL. Gen. Pasi. Agt. J.T.ODKLL. Oen.Mgr.
ALLEGHENY VALLEY KAILKOAD- .
Trains leave Union Station (Eastern Standard
.luinj. iu,Munmr ac sue aw m.; juajc" l.l.'i
a- nu, Multoa Ac,
lOUO a ne : Valley-
. .. t In Kali X
c, 4:00p.m.; 'Braebure L,5&p.m.t tjaj
lng Ae., 5.30 p. m. s Braebara Ae., aop. m. i H
toa Ac, 7a0 p. buj Buffalo Et. "
ftfo p. m.t Hnltoa Ae.. :46 P-n.: Uraebara Ajv,
Keeping; CwsTietwTJeirFtttsburr BJv?fftfe
JAS. F. ANDESSON, 9.T. At. DAVID MO
OABQO. ess. SW. ,
)nT8BUHG. AND WESTERN BA1LWAX
Day Ex.. Akron.Toledo, Kane
6:40 a m
MB a m
3309 b m.
Chlearo Eidthi rUHl..
12:40 p ra
New Carte Aecoasodatloa.
Butter asd Fexswx Ae...
a:x d m
First atass tee to CUeago, 8M 59. .SeMM as,
nfflsiu BasHt neefiag w te .miiiuj