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' ' - ' ... THE pittsBTJRG ,DISPATCH,VTHESDAT, .JULY 3, 1889 V ' 3ff
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Tho Ordinance for Widening
mond Alley Was Passed
BY SELECT COUNCIL YESTERDAY.
Xo Block Asphalt Pavements Will be Laid
PEOTEST AGAINST MAKING BIYER PAKE
A special meeting of both branches of
City Councils v as held yesterday afternoon
to consider unfinished business. The matter
of prime interest was the ordinance for
widening Diamond street, which had been
passed by Common Council and was to come
up in Select When the ordinance was
taken up Mr. Fitzsimmons presented a re
monstrance signed by seTeral property
owners and others doing business on the
street. The ordinance and remonstrance
were both read, aod then Mr. Fitzsimmons
said that while he was in favor of public im
provements generally he thought the city
should go very slow in a matter of such
magnitude as this. The parties who had
signed the petition for wideniDC were gen
erally owners of small properties and it was
ery doubtful If the city would not hare to pay
a large proportion of the cost of the improve
ment. In fact, he said. It was doubtful If the
Improvement was not purely local, and in that
case it would be a hardship on the taxpayers of
the city to pay for it.
The Board of Viewers had reported that
the property along the street would be sum
cicntl) benefited to pay the cost of the Im
provement, but there was a strongloubt that
in this case those property holders who opposed
the widening could not be compelled to pay
their share. Mr. Fitiimmons moved to post
pone action on the ordinance until a majority
of the propertv holders on Diamond street, be
tween Smithfield street and the Market square,
should petition for the widening of the street.
He said the matter would be opposed in the
courts anyhow, and it would be much better to
have a majority than the mere one-third re
quired by the street act.
THE OBDIXAKCE PASSED.
There was no second to Mr. Fitzsimmons' mo
tion to postpone action, and the ordinance was
then placed on third reading and final passage.
It was adopted by the follow ing vote:
Ayes Messrs. Anderson. Bern. Brophr, Cave
naueb. Collins. Dovle. Evans (L). r.l. Evans CO.).
Gillespie (J. II.), Ilaslett, Jones, Keating,
Matthews. Miller. Murphy.
Slittt- Paul. lVrrv.
liy, jtODenson. jtoor
Lasle. Treason, Warmcastle, Wanen, Watson.
Williams. Wilson. Ford-30.
Noes Messrs. iiraun, liUslmmons and Lam-ble-a.
A big discussion took place on the approval
of report of the Board of Awards on the letting
of contracts for street improvements. The
principal objection nas to the award to Booth
fc Flinn for improving Denniston avenue with
asphalt. Mr. Warmcastle presented a re
monstrance, signed by 21 property holders on
that street, representing lbOO of the 2000 f eet
front, protesting apainn the contract being
awarded to Booth Flinn. It was claimed
that Howard fc Long, representing the Asphalt
Blocs: Company of Philadelphia, had bid 75
cents per square yard less than Booth & Flinn,
and bad Guaranteed their work for five years,
while Booth & Flinn gave no guarantee at all.
It was also alleged that Booth & Fllnn's pave
ment was composed of a mixture of asphalt
and coal tar, the latter inirredieut being unfit
for such use, 'as it was certain to disintegrate
in a short timel
XO BLOCK ASPHALT WANTED.
Mr. Warmcastle moved that the request to
refer the award back tp the Board of Awards
be granted, and that Select Council non-concur
with Common in the approval of the report of
the Board of Awards.
A lengthy discussion followed, in which
nearly all the members took part. At the sug
gestion of Sir. Lambie Chief Bigelow was sent
for and Interrogated as to why the contract
had not been let to the lowest bidder. He said
that the Board of Awards had carefully con
sidered tne bids and the petitions and had
awarded the contract to Booth S flinn because
tbey furnished the best pavements and were
the best bidders. In answer to a question he
said that the asphalt block pavements w-ere the
poorest the board had seen when it was on its
tour of inspection in other cities a few weeks
ago. Asphalt blocks, be said, were made of
asphalt, sand and crushed stone pressed into
blocks, but tbey would not stand near the
wear of other kinds of asphalt pavements.
The question of whether the Board of Awards
should be interfered with was next discussed
at some length, aud then the vote was taken
on Mr. W armcastle's motion. The result
showed 5 for and 27 against the motion, Messrs.
Cavenaugb, Fitzsimmons, Gillespie. Warm
castle and Watson voting in the affirmative.
The contracts for sewers on Mignonette tnd
Howard streets, which had been let toE.F.
Hughes, were not approved, and were referred
back to tho Board of Awards. A resolution
instructing Chief Bigelow to permit the Sec
ond Avenue Passenger Railway to construct a
'double track on Second avenue between
Maurice street and Hazlewood avenue, and a
single track from Hazelwood avenue to Glen
wood, was adopted.
A remonstrance signed by several steamboat
owners, coal operators, manufacturers and
residents on Duquesne way, protesting against
the use of a part of the Allegheny river wharf
for a park, was presented and filed.
MATTERS IN COMMON COT7KCIL.
In Common Council, the report of the Board
of Awards was the first matter considered. All
the contracts for street paving were approred
without dissent, except that for grading, pav
ing ana curbing Denniston avenue. The peti
tion from citizens along the street setting forth
that Long & Co.'s bid for block asphalt was 75
cents per yard lower than Booth & Fllnn's bid,
was presented In the same shape as in Select
Council. After somo discussion, the contract
was approved, and Booth & Flinn will do the
Several ordinances for opening streets were
passed. Ordinances were passed, finally, for
grading, paving and curbing Broad street, for
ewers on South Twenty-fifth streetand Green
street. The ordinance for trading, paving and
curbingConeland street nassed second readini
anu was laia (
-, :i.fj .l- .. r . -
matrons was laid over until Sep-
0PP0SED TO STREET CARS.
Every Effort Will be Mndo Asralnst
on Diamond Streer,
While many of the large property owners on
Diamond alley, between Smithfield street and
Market square, are strongly In favor of widen
ing the thoroughfare, they are just as strongly
opposed to putting a street car track on it
"The street must be widened," said Mr. Irvin
Bedpath yesteraav,'but there shall be no street
car track on It. I own a good deal of property on
the street and I am wtllingto pay my share for
the widening: in fact I was one of the persons
who got up the petition, but I'll spend every
dollar I've got to fight against any effort to put
down a street car track."
The lower part of the city must have some
street that is not encumbered in that way.
Third avenue. Fourth avenue. Fifth avenue.
Sixth avenue and Seventh avenue are all occu
pied with street car lines, and Diamond street-
snau De Kept, open."
Foorth of July Excursions.
The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad will
sell excursion tickets east of Pittsburg on
July 2, 3 and 4, good to return on the 8th,
inclusive; aud west ot Pittsburg on the 3d
and 4th, good to return on the 5th, in
clusive Wide Stripe English Flannel Tennis
53.00 each, best goods, fall assortment of
colors. See their Men's Famishing De
partment Jos. Horne &Co.'s
Just received from the Anheuser-Busch
St Louis brewery, a large supply of their
celebrated Budweiser beer, In both quarts
and pints. For sale at Q. W. Schmidt's.
Uos. 95 and 97 Fifth avenue, city.
Indira Flannel Blouse Waists 81
And up to finest also in silk, in fancy
stripes, plain colors and black. ,
Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Xxcurslcn to Ohio Ple on tho Fonrth of
Bate fl 60 for the round trip. Train
leaves B. &. O. K. K. new depot at 8 a. M.
CAX.I for Franenhrlm Ik VilianV'a .1
brnted Pilsner beer, on dralt at all first-class
THREE-QUARTERS OP A MILLION I at 12:20 o'dockMondar, Jul 1,1889, Mrs. MAB- RKW AiYKTiSKJUUTa. acw AUJXM.i:isiM,mMx -r - 7T iuiu-..-- Wfc" wTnnasmRng. :
I tho Mark Already Nearlr Benched
Treasurer Thompson yesterday received
$1,055 10 additional subscriptions to the Johns
town fond, which has now reached 715,011 83.
The donations yesterday were as follows:
Citltensor 'orth East, l'a., C85 85; citizens or
Bhirpsburg (add.), a Si; employe of Jones Jt
LauKbllna' rolling mill department (add.), 1187 0;
clerks of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad at
Newport News, Va., 117 10; citizens ot Colombia,
b. O. (add.), ts 81); eltitens of Usare Cltv. Kan.,
S: James AI. Mitchell, Mavsvllle. Ky., II: K. 1
acue. Maysvllle, Kt.. II: John 1 Caldwell,
Marsvllle. Ky., fit Cltlsens National Bank, W ash
lncton. l'a.. ssoo: citizens of Washington, Pa.
(nSd.), I15S43: citizens of BharpsTllle, Pa..
SIM S3: M. E. Church,, Normal, 111., ps 6J;
l'rrsbyterlan Church, "Xormal, ll 17 75;
citizens or Cedar Kaplds, Iowa, addltlonsUfM B:
Grace l'rcsbrterlan. Church. Evansvllle. Ind..
fTS; citizens of Owosso. Mich, t260 : citizens or
irand Kaplds. Mich., additional.
of Manginc Jtock, O., 1113 Mi cltlsens of Mar
quette, alien., 11,3a si: cnaries HeDoarasson.
Pequaminc.Mlch., S3)); Mrs. Charles 8. Hubbard,
l'eqiiamlng. Mich., 1100: citizens of Mt. Vernon,
111.. 1197 SO; citizens of Hudson township, Illinois,
Site 89: citizens of Itoseburg, Ore., SIO; citizens of
bherlilan. l'a.,l37: 3 hoys and girls of Portland,
Urc., f? CO; churches of Alexis, 1IL, (31 75; citi
zens of Fox township, Elk county, l'a.,tl02.
The employes of Jones & Laugblins' made an
additional subscription yesterday of $387 60.
They bad previously donated $523 80, making a
total of 911 40 from the employes of this firm
Lit Perls del Fomar,
These celebrated clear Havana Key "West
Cigars are for saje at:
Hotel Dnquesne, Hotel Anderson.
St. Charles Hotel, Albemarle Hotel,
Union Depot Restaurant
John Lauler. 3799 Fifth ave.
Peter A."Ganster, 35 and 37 Frankstown
John F. Ganster, 27 Frankstown ave.
Peter Weber, 76 Wylie ave.
John C. StrouD, 25 Union at
E. W. Hagan. 609 Smithfield st
Neville Bayley, 405 Smithfield st.
J. K. Derr, 400 Market st.
P. C. Dufiy. 510 Grant st.
E. F. Kusch, 3716 Forbes st.
Linhart, Bald & Co., 411 Smithfield it.
Charles Eble, 6009.Penn ave.
G. "W. Schmidt. 93 and 97 Fifth ave.
Tennis Blazers, Real Ensllifa, Only S3.
In our men's furnishing department. Also
a full line of caps and belts to match.
Tennis sashes, all colors.
Jos. Horne & Co. "8
Penn Avenue Stores.
We Lead Them All
In quality, quautity and low prices on fire
works, baby carriages, bicycles, girl's tri
cycles, boy's velocipedes, hammoces, cro
quet, lawn tennis, lawn swings, satchels,
flags, firecrackers, cannon crackers, dolls,
toys, etc., at James W. Grove's, Fifth ave.
Slen'a Flannel Shirt, All Sizes np to 20-Inch
$1.50 each, to finest made. Also latest
noveltips in men's silk shirts. Men's
Jos. Horke & Co.'s '
Penn Avenue Stores.
Fireworks! Fireworks! Fireworks!
Big reduction in prices; great variety of
pieces; beautiful displays. Come early and
don't wait till the last moment. Quality
guaranteed. J. H. Johnston,
706 Smithfield st
A Fine Display ofFlreworka
Suitable forfamilies, parties, clubs, etc., can
be'-had for a very moderate sum by buying
them at reduced club and familv 'prices at
J. H. Johnston's, 706 Smithfield street.
Open Saturday evening and till 4 o'clock on
Wide Stripe Ensllsli Flannel Tennis
3.00 each, best goods, fall assortment of
colors. See them in Men's Furnishing De
partment Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
People Who Bar
Fireworks, balloons, torpedoes, cannon
crackers, flags, lanterns, etc, can find the
largest line to select from and get the best
goods made at James W. Grove's. Bemem
ber, prices always the lowest twts
July Millinery Bargains Rend
f 6 finest leghorn hats at $2 each; $2, 1 50
and $1 hats and bonnets all 50 cents each.
Children's sailor hats now 25c. Ladies'
sailor and sun hats now 25c Fine $2 50
straw hats now ?1 each.
Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
The Alleghenies don't always win, but
Marvin's baseball cookies lead in point of
excellence Get them from your grocer.
Finest assortment and prices the lowest
Harbison's Tor Store,
D 123 Federal St, Allegheny.
Two large picnics; 3 matched games base
ball. July 4; trains every 40 minutes; round
trip 25 cents.
Bio re Clerks In the Satlnta and Ginghams
You will be promptly waited on in spite of
the great rush the bargains are here
Jos. Horne &-Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
BInrrlnge Licenses Granted Yesterday.
j Daniel Crowley. .'. Allegheny
I Mary Marsula Pittsburg
J John M. Powell Coal Valley
5 Lizzie E. Hicks Homestead
I Stanislaus Lasezki Pittsburg
I Maggie KM -..Pittsburg
IJosefa Nedbal Allegheny
John II. Hunt Klllbnck township
I Barbara btregent ...Allegheny
(William A. Getty Lower St. Clair townsbln
JMaryUite Lower bWClalr township
(Daniel Granger Pittsburg
tMave McClcod t Allegheny
Arthur K. Johnson Allegheny
Nellie A. Bowtey Noblestown
(Andrew Mohr Pittsburg
1 Alice Walsh Pittsburg
(Matthias Frankovlc Alkgueny
Marie Bayorek Allegheny
J Christ Kelss Ktna borourh
Maria Amrfreln Etna borough
(Walter M. Wright Pittsburg
Nettie Mllllkcn Pittsburg
(William K.Longabaugh Pittsburg
1 Lizzie Campbell Johnstown
(Thomas Uoblnson Allegheny
1 Maggie Pilfer Allegheny
J Andreas Enders Pittsburg
(Theresa Bchaerer Pittsburg
( Kees Jones... Pittsburg
I Eleanor Jenkins Pittsburg
(John J-Conley Pittsburg
1 Annie Kellly Plttsburr
i ass? sas? .Pittsburg
u.... .,.... ft,c x-iiisonrr
Martha L. Warden Johnstown
William JJlamond Ilomestead
Uella Madden Uomestead
BiHLMAN On Monday, July 1, at 7 p. it
A. B. BimjfAN, ased 60 jearsfi months 25
Funeral takes place from his late residence,
Nos.49 and 61 Diamond (Street, on Wednes
day ajttebnoon, July 8. at 2 o'clock. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to at
BREDIN On Monday, July 1, 1889, at No. 8
Trent street, John Edward. Infant son of
Henry M. and Etta Broadhead Bredln, aged 1
Interment at Butler, Pa Tuesdat, July 2.
f Uutler and Oil City papers please copy,
CARVILLE On Sunday. June 80,1839, at 2
o'clock a. m., John Carvtli,e. in his tnn
Funeral from his late residence. No. 9 Wylie
avenue, on Tuesdat at f :30 a. k. Services, at
St. Paul's Cathedral at 9 o'clook.
DUNWOODY Suddenly, on Sabbath morn
ing, J one SO, 1S89. Mrs. Mabt J., wife of John
Funeral services at her late residence. No. 63
Western avenue, Tuesday, at 2 o'clock P. x.
Friends of tbe family are respectfully invited
to attend. Funeral private at a later hour. 2
Washington, D. C, papers please copy.
DAVIS At the residence of her aon.tnJaw.
Warden J. B. Berlin, Boss and Diamond streets,
at 1230 o'clock Mondar, July 1, 1889, Mrs. Mar
garet A. Davis, aged 63 years.
Funeral services will be held at 7:30 o'clock
Tuesday evekxno at the warden's residence.
The Interment will take nlace from the Erie
L and Pittsburg depot at Shroi, Pa., on the ar
rival of the morning train front this city,
New Castle and Sharon papers please copy.
DANN On July L 1889, at the West Penn
Hospital, Charles Dann, aged 13 years and
Funeral from his late home, Coleman station.
A- V. B. B., on JULY 2, at 2 o'clock. Friends of
the famtly are respectfully invited to attend.
HUNZEKER On Sunday. June 30. at 1J
o'olock jc, Elias T. Hunzzxkb, in the 55th
year of bis age.
Funeral services at Smithfield M. E. Church
on Tuesday, July 2. at 230 o'clock p. m.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. Interment private. 2
JONES On Monday evening. July 1, 18S9,at
8 o'cIock, Mrs. Ann Jojtes, aged 68 years and 9
Funeral from her late residence, No. 127
Eighteenth street Soutbsiae,on Wednesday
aftebn-oon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the
family are respectfully Invited to attend. 3
KNAB-OnMonday. July 1 1S89. at 7 P. K.,
George Knab, aged 67 years 8 months 17
Funeral from his late residence. Evergreen
plank road. Boss township, on Wednesday,
July 3, at 2 p. M. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend. 2
LOGAN At bis residence in Parnassus. Pa.,
on Monday. Julv L 1889, at 5 P. JL, JOHN W.
Logan, in the 85th year of his age.
Funeral from his late residence Wednes
day aftebkoon, July 3, at 2 o'clock. 2
LOOMIS-On Monday July L 18S9, at 9 A.1T.,
Bose Anna, wife of William Loorols.
Funeral services at her late residence, Craf-
ton. Pa., Wednesday, July 3, at 2 p. m.
Train leaves Union station at 1 P.M. Inter
ment private. 2
McCAFFBEY On Monday. July 1, 18S9. at
920 p. m Thomas MoCArrBEV, aged 27
Funeral from the residence of bis brother-in-law,
Edward Carroll, 2905 Mulberry alley, on
Wednesday, July 3, at 2 p. sr. Friends of the
family are respectfully Invited to attend.
NEELY-On Monday, July L, 1889. at his
residence. Marshall township, at 9 o'clock A.
M.. Jxmes S. Neely, intbe70th year of bis age.
Funeral at Falrmocnt Allegheny county
Pa., on Wednesday mobnino at 11 o'clock.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
NEELY On Monday. July L 1889, at 3 A. M.,
Mrs. Maria Neely, relict of the late James
M. Neely. aged 75 years.
Funeral services will be held at her late resi
dence No. 125 Bluff street near Van Braam.
We dnesday, July 8, at 230 P. K. Interment
private at a later hour. 2
NASER On Saturday evening, June 29, 1889,
at 7:45 o'clock, Elizabeth, relict of the late
John Naser, Sr., aged 80 years.
Funeral on Tuesday afternoon at 2
o'clook, from her late residence. No. 167 Forty
first street Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. 3
O'BBIEN On Monday. July L 1889, at 2:50
p. m., James O'Brien, in the 78tn year of his
Funeral from his late residence, 518 Ohio
street Allegheny, on Wednesday morning,
July 3, at 9 o'clock, to proceed to St Peter's
pro-Cathedral. Friends of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend. 2
PALMEB On Monday. July L 1889, at 11 A.
m., Thomas Blair, son of T. Blatrand Eleanor
13. Palmer, aged! year, 5 months and 3 days.
Funeral services at the residence of his
parents. Second avenue, Marion station, B. &
O. B. B.. on Wednesday XOBsino, July 3,
1889, upon the arrival of the train which leaves
the B. fc O. depot at 10 a. m. Interment private
at a. later hour.
POWEKS-On Monday. July L, 1889, John
Powers, son of William and Mary Powers,
aged 3 years, l month and 9 days.
Funeral from his parents' residence, Crystal
row, Southside, on TUESDAY, July 2, 1889, at 2
P.M. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend.
BIEB On Bandar, at 530 A. M., Mrs. Anna
Bieb, formerly Fordenbacher, aged 81 years.
Funeral on Tuesday, July 2, at 230 p. M.,
.from TJ. P. Chapel, corner First and East
streets, Allegheny. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend. 2
SCHNIDEE Monday, July L at 830 A. M.,
Maggie, daughter of George C. and Mary
Schnider, aged 2 years. 8 months and 21 days.
Funeral will take place from parents' resi
dence, Taylor street Sixteenth ward, JULY 3,
at3p.it. Friends of the family are respect
fully Invited to attend.
SCHULTZ On Sunday, June SO. at 10:15,
John Schultz. aged 47 years 9 months.
Funeral from his late residence, 269 Saw Mill
Bun alley, on Wednesday, at 2 o'clock. 2
8 WEENEY On Monday, July 1. 1889, at 9:40
a. ic. Miss Annie M. Sweeney, aged 45
Funeral from her late residence, Ohio town
ship, on Wednesday. July 3, at 10 o'clock a.
x. Interment at Perrysville. Friends of the
family are invited to attend. 2
THOMAS At the residence of his parents,
IkTn At T.nwn eteaat TfAtirtBAtitri tzril 9'Qlti
II,. Sunday. June SO, 1889, WILLIAM J., son of
j. u. ana iv.
. L. Thomas, aged 1 ar 3 months.
Friends are respectfully in vitei
edrto attend the
funeral at 2 p. it. Tuesday. July 2. 2
JAMES ARCHIBALD ft BRO
LTVERY AND SALE 8TABLE8,
Il7, 119 and 138 Third avenue, two doors below
Smithfield st, next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages for funerals, 13. Carriagesforoperas,
parties, ixx, at the lowest rates. All new car
riages. Telephone communication. myl-11-TTS
TJEPBESEHTEU EN FPTl'SBUBQ IS 1SCI
Assets - . l9j(rn,C98S3.
Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses 'adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. ia2Ns2-D
WESTERN INSURANCE CO.
Assets .T. $448,501 87
NO. 411 WOOD STBEET.
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President.
fe22-26-TTS WM. P. HEBBERT. Secretory.
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold finings from SI ud. Amalgam, 60c;
silver. 75o; white alloy, tU
Gold Crowns a specialty.
I3B. J. M. McCLABEN.
Corner Smithfield and Fourth avenue.
WEEK: JXTXjIT 1, '89.
A GRAND SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE.
Our Stock Must be Cleared and You Will Find Unprecedented Bar gains Now in Every Line of Dry Goods.
SATINES All our stock of American and French Satines now marked at prices to make things go at once. See the 5c, 8c, xoc
qualities; just what you paid i2jc to 18c for earlier in the season. The French fabrics now 20c and 25c were sold earlier at 33c and 37jc
Large lines of good styles Dress Ginghams, 5c and'fic; Chalhs, 5'c; Challis Beiges, 5c; Batistes and Lawns, 6c, 8c and 10c Other wash fabrics
proportionately low. . ,.
WOOL DRESS GOODS 40-inch Examines, all-wool, 15c and 20c Double width Cashmeres, 10c to bocj worth 50 per cent more. James
town fabrics, .i8c All-wool Cashmeres, 25c, 35c and 50c, are bargains; large assortment at 30c and 37c; about half-price; equally good
values in Black Dress Goods. -
MEN'S FURNISHINGS You never saw as good values as our Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers at 35c A splendid Merino Shirt for 50c.
Good Gauze Shirts, 15c. Unlaundried Shirts, 37c, sold everywhere at 50c. The best Shirt in the country for 75c, or 3 for $2 00. Everything
in Collars and Cuffs, Neckwear, Handkerchiefs and "Hosiery for Men and Boys.
PARASOLS Bound to sell them now. AH our 5 Parasols now $2 50; our $4 and $4 50 Parasols, $2; our 3 and 3 50 Parasols, ft 50.
Take your choice. Silk Umbrellas, $1 25, i 50, $1 75 and $2; are extra good values.
We have no room here to itimize the bargains in Lace Curtains, Carpets, Wraps, Suits, Hosiery, Gloves, Millinery and Silks, but doa't forget
to look through these departments; you will save dollars by 'doing so, and be highly pleased. ,
Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. '
- NEXT WE OUT
in our Fur
Curtain Departments have
now involved the Carpet De
partment. We to-day reduce
a large assortment of excel
lent patterns of extra quality
Body Brussels in such cele
brated makes as
From $1 35, $1 40, $1 50,
To $1, $1 10, $1 15.
Lower Grade Body Brussels,
From $1 to 75c. .
Of these we show an immense
variety of patterns and re
cently imported. Some in
mixed dark colors are as low
as $3 per roll of 40 yards, or
7c Per Yard.
33 FIFTH AVENUE.
PARASOLS MUST GO!
We have cut the price without regard to
cost $2 goods for (1 25; $2 25 for $1 50; $4
for $2; d 50 to $2 50; $5 to 3; $6 and $7 50
goods marked to ?4. The goods are all
clean and the styles the newest
Oar great Bargain Umbrella Sale is com
manding a great deal of attention. You
can get a bargain in aa umbrella as well as
a parasol now.
LADIES' LAWN AND CAM
Sacqnes from 75c to $6, all sizes, 33 to 42.
Low Neck Corset Covers.
We are calling out a number of lines of
gowns, skirts, chemises, corset covers,
drawers, which we offer at much less than
regular prices, to close out at once. Ton
can get some good bargains in these. You
will find them out in trays on the muslin
CHATELAINE BAGS AND
A new and beautiful line just opened in
ooze calf, seal and grain leather, in black,
seal, mahogany, tan and sage.
Traveling Bags, Club and Gladstone
shape, in grain and alligator at very low
Portemonnais, Parses and Card Cases,
newest shapes and sizes.
Sterling silver as well as the imitation
silver; newest designs. Side combs, fancv
stick pins, nail brushes, hair brashes, tooth
brushes, combs, nana mirrors, etc.
COLORED SILK FRINGES!
Cream White Silk Innjjes, Black Silk
DRAPERY DRESS NETS I
Light-Colored Nets for mountain and
seaside evening wear.
Black, Fish and Brussels Nets, Striped
and Figured Nets.
Chantiliy Laces and Flouncings, specially
extra good values.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH A YEN UE
MANUFACTURERS AND MERCHANTS'
INa Co., 417 Wood street, Plttsbnnr, Pa.
tal $250,000 00
Assets January 1.1889. 363,715 80
Directors Chas. W. Batchelor. President;
John W. Chaltant, Vice President: A E. W.
Painter. Robt. Lea, M. W. Watson, John Wil
son, Joseph Walton, Wm. O. Park, A. M.
Bvers, J as. J. Donnell, Geo. E. Painter, John
Thompson, Wm. T. Adair, Secretary; Jas.
Little, Assistant Secretary; August Aramon,
General Agent. ja22-46-TTS
167 and 169 FEDERAL
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LIKE DOWN A
Just so was the downward rush of prices
yesterday. Notwithstanding the brief
notice, our stores were, crowded, and we
know that every purchaser will tell his or
her neighbors cf our unrivaled bargains.
Thus we expect a larger attendance each
day. We have taken stock of
And these are some that must go:
50c Summer Corsets reduced to 38c.
75c Summer Corsets reduced to 68c.
One dollar Summer Corsets reduced to 75c.
50c Corsets, odds and ends, reduced to 33c
75c Imported Corsets reduced to 58c.
' One dollar Corsets reduced to 75c
Dollar Nursing Corsets reduced to 75c
I. C. Imported Corsets reduced from$2 75
I. C. Imported Corsets reduced from (3 to
I. C. Imported Corsets, reduced from (3 25
to 51 68.
Children's Corset Waists closing out at
Children's Corsets Waists closing out at
Misses' Corsets reduced from 50o to 38c v
EsPWatch daily papers for further an
NEW DEPARTMENT ST0BES,
504,506 and 508 Market st.
Fop the Fourth of July at Moderate
SPECIAL NOTICE Our stores will be
closed on the 4th, but will be open Wednes
day night until 10 o'clock. jy2-D
CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS'
HATS AND BONNETS.
All the new and pretty thlncs in this line to
be found here, hand and machine made, from
26c to $2 60.
Boys' Blouse and Kilt Suits
In linen, P. K. and llght-weleht cloth. All the
new and nobby styles. Prices to suit all.
NDRSES APRONS, EXTRA QUALITY,
At reduced nrlces.
and scolloped, tucked
oDed. tucked and Dlaln
hems, 25c, 40c,50c 65c, 85c, SL They
are certainly very
SPECIAL LINE OF EXTRA FINE WHTXJS
DRESSES, AQES L 2, 3,
To be closed at half-price. Now Is the time to
buy. GENUINE nice fine goods (such as are
only to be found here) at bargain prices.
New Waists and Blouses
In Madras, Cheviot; Flannel and Silk, from
SI 69 to U 25.
All Departments full of barntns.
A, G, CAMPBELL & SOUS,
710 PENN AVENUE. 710
Between Seventh and Eighth sts.
MLLE. E. DREYER.
NO. 614 PENN AVENUE,
IMPORTER OF FRENCH MILLINERY,
Trimmed Bonntts and round Hats.
Mourning a Specialty.
n TUESDAY, JULY a.
You know you have one day less
this week in which to do your shop
THE GLORIOUS FOURTH
Intervenes, when business suspends
and patriotism is let loose.
But your needs go on.
You roust do your buying, and
one day out of the week means
busier times for the other days.
Come to-day or to-morrow- don't
wait until Friday. Everybody
are like here. Every day you put
off means a day's sales less choice
for you. That means something to
you even with such a limitless stock
as we have.
One word to those 50-cent
it eost a Great deal more to make.them,
Tbey never sold under f 1 25.
A few choice ones now at 8O0 yard.
That's a suggestion of the bar
gains ia the Dress Goods-
An immenee department, thous
ands of yards of J5i and $1 25
Dress Goods at 0 cents.
Thousands of yards of 5o-cent
Dress Goods reduced to 25 cents a
Thousands and thousands of
yards under, above and between
these prices, that astonish old bar
They must all go.
If Bargain seekers are awake
they will not need the half of July
to take everything we have in the
way of Summer Dress Goods,
Most ' enormous cuts ever heard
of in WASH GOODS.
Get a notion from these;
Elegant Sideband Zephyr Sultingcreduced
from 60c to 23c a yard.
Finest French Satines from 35c to 25c yard.
Floe AU-WoulFrencb ChaTUs from 60c to 25c.
There are a few of our friends who have
not bonpht of those Great BABGAIN EM
BROIDERIES. We hope they will see
this "ad" and take the hint.
75c, 50c, 25c, 10c and 5c
On Goods that sold for twice to fir times
Up in the Wrap and Bull Room.
Here the knife has cut deep.
$5 to $20 reductions is the story these great
departments tell. '
Take a Hammock to the country with
you. Costs so little you can afford to leave
it out there. Tbey make good fiyneta for
the farmer's horses.
We have them from 75c up.
Canopies at a bargain. Ton need them
now. See our canopies.
A general reference to onr Leather Goods.
The best and largest lines of
Cuff and Collar Cases,
Poeketbooka and Purses, and at lowest possi
OTJB ENTIRE PAKASOL STOCK
MARKED DOWN TO CLOSE. An un
favorable season leaves a much larger stock
on our hands than usual, and the richest
and most beautiful goods we ever saw. But
tbey must go. Compare our prices before
115, 117, 119, 121
Federal Street, Allegheny.
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STRETCH YOUR BANNERS
ON THE OUTER WALLS!
ALMOST AT HAND, IS
BOOM THAT POPULAR OCCASION !
HAVE RESOLVED TO
6IYE ALL CLASSES THE BENEFIT
of art Unparalleled and Stupendous
3 DAYS' EXTRA CUT REDUCTION SALE 3.:
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT OF THEIR HOUSE!
This is no "Spread Eagle" business no nonsense or wordy bom.
bast But a liberal and cheerful expression of our honest patriotism and T
sincere desire to return a substantial token of our gratitude to the public
for generous patronage received in the past We have gone through t-'V
our entire stock we have consulted every invoice, and we are proud to
lay that the advantage is so much to your favor that we have been en- .
abled once more CUT PRICES 20 PER CENT all round; but only
for THREE DAYS Monday, Tuesday and. Wednesday. Theisfgis
j don't "beat around the bjjshl" Make
side securing an elegant suit of clothes you'll have ample cash left ia
your pockets to celebrate with. Our very recent
was exceeded only in liberal patronage by our
Stupendous Sale of Men's Fifteen-Dollar Suits, Yesterday!
TTi rwo hawtnor lrnt tn a rnntinriniis sfrpam of nnctnmi.r! e V..
were inaueurate'd. Still we have abundance wherever vonr KsinjrM?s
and no other store in the State
original stock in every department
Elegant Summer Suits!
The Most Stylish Head-Gear!
Will delight you to ecstacies! While our matchless
Gents' Furnishing Departm't
Will afford you anything you can
hlnw anv other house in the eitv.
brate the poorest appear respectable,
your limited store go farther.
T-m ;pn-r-hg.-in -ti ISTol3C I
In order to accommodate purchasers, our store will be kept open
Wednesday evening next until 9 o'clock, and will close on Thursday,
the 4th of July, at 12 o'clock, noon.
Look Out for Our Grand Show
It is our intention to display
(corner Market st. and Fourth ave.),
costly group of wax work figures
his Cabinet It is the only group of the kind ever produced, and is'
master-piece' of art none should fail to see. 1
Remember, with every $10 Suit and upward, we give a BASEBALEJ
TICKET to any one champion game during the season at RecrcatioSf
Park, and in our Boys' and Children's
of $2 and over we give a fine FIRE
trated above), neat, new and novel
nary Toy Store.
I " . 4aAAmmmm. t Si
a bee-line, for our .store, and be-1
carries a cleaner, brighter or mors
And Latest Novelties in Footwear Fj
call for, at prices at least 20 per centi
The humblest mav therefore rTi.
j . . .
come to us, and no where will
Window Display on Tuesday..
in our large corner show window '
next Tuesday, a magnificent and?J
representing President Harrison "andi
Departments, on every purchase
- CRACKER CANNON (as Uli
being worth: at least ?x in any ox&
GRAB BARGAIN STORl
aa. . (B-iWt
to 400 MaAetslretLT,