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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, TUESDAY, ' MAT 14, 1889, 5 SETTLED AT LENGTH. End of Thirty Tears' Litigation for Some Valuable Troperty. THE MIKA CLAEK GAIKES CASE Beaches Its Last .Appeal and is Decided Against Jfevr Orleans. IHE SCOTT CHINESE ACT IS A GO "Washijtgtok, May 13. The United States Supreme Court to-day, in an opinion by Justice Bradley, awarded the executors of the will of ilyra Clark Gaines the sum of 376,000 against the city of New Orleans for the use of property sold by the. city, but recovered by Sirs. Gaines after long litiga tion. The judgment of the lower court awarding the executors 1,300,000 for the use of the unimproved property sold by the city was not concurred in. This case, probably, has been the most interesting, the hardest contested, and the most prolonged known to the judicial his tory of this country. Over 30 years ago Justice "Wayne, of the United States Su preme Court, said that when the historian of the American bar should come to write up the case it would be registered as the most remarkable in the history of our courts. The case had then been before the Supreme Court five times, in one form or another, and has now been decided as many times again. JU.WATS OXE OF THESI PENDING. The first suit in the case was brought by Mrs. Gaines (then the wifeof General Whit ney) in 1834, and since that time decision has followed decision in regard to it, until it has become a byword that there was alwayB a Gaines case pending. This first suit sought to recover what was known as the Evariste Blanc tract in New Orleans. Blanc bought the tract for about ?4,500 from the executors of General Daniel Clark, a promi nent citizen of New Orleans. He sold it and some other land to the city ot Sew Orleans lor 545,000, and the city sub-divided the tract and sold it to a number of persons for be tween $600,000 and 5700,000, agreeing to de fend all questions of title Mrs. Gaines having a few months before claimed it. The grounds on which Mrs. Gaines set up her claim were that she was the child of General Clark by a secret marriage betvjeen him and Zulime Carriers, a woman well known in the city, and that General Clark had left a later will than the one under which the property was sold. This secret marriage formed the axis on which the liti gation revolved, and the case was fought with bitterness by both sides. A LONG TIME TO WAIT. It was not until a few years before the war that Mrs. Gaines was finally declared to be the legitimate child, as well as the lawful heir, of General Clark. Even then the city of New Orleans did not surrender, and after the war Mrs. Gaines was compelled to bring a suit for damages. In 1881 the Circuit Court of the United States tor the Ijouisi ana district gave judgment in her favor for 51,925,067, and it is on an appeal from this judgment that the case to-day was decided. The present case it is generally conceded exhausts all the resources of the law, and is regarded as the final settlement of the liti gation. Mrs. Gaines, fighting to the very last for her rights, is dead, and so it is b lievedare all her immediate relatives ex ccpt her daughter-in-law, Hattie Ii. "Whit uev, in whose name, as the administratrix f "the estate of Mrs. Gaines, the case stands a the court docket. Justice Bradley rendered the decisionof ? Court, which was unanimous. Justice mar and Chief Justice Fuller were not mbers of the court at the time the case 1U. argued, ana took no part in tne ae SCOTTS CHINESE ACT 0. K. The Supremo Conrt Decides That the law is Constitutional. "Washutgtoit, May 13. The Supreme Court to-day rendered an opinion in the im portant case of Chae Chang Fing, appel lant, versus the Collector of the Port of San Francisco. This is a suit brought to test the constitutionality of the Scott Chinese exclusion act. Shortly after the Scott ex clusion act went into effect Chae Chang Ping returned to the United States irom China, and endeavored to secure entrance at the port of San Francisco. He had left this country armed with a certificate en titling him to return, but the certificate was declared invalid by the Scott act. The Collector refused him admittance, and suit -was then brought in the United States Court for the district of California to test the con stitutionality of the Scott act, in accordance with the previsions of which the Collector acted. The California courts upheld the consti tutionality of the act, and from this deci sion the case comes here on appeal. This court affirms that judgment. It holds that Congress has the power to abrogate a treaty, and in support of that view cites the author ities of the courts on the subject, holding that the propriety of such action is not a matter for judicial cognizance, but that it is a matter for the political depratment, Con- gress, it says, has the power to exclude aliens from the country whose presence is deemed inimical to our interests. WOETHLESS JUDGHEKTS. The Supreme Conrt Decides a Test Case In volving millions of Property. rSrXCIAI. TELXGBXXTO THE DISrATCH.1 "Wheeling, May 13. The United States Supreme Court at Washington to day handed down a decision of the utmost importance to thousands of people in this State, and which affects property rnnning into the millions. In the years following the war many hundreds of a class of cases known as war trespass cases were brought in this State, principally by Union men, claiming damages for property destroyed by or taken for the use of the Southern army. Judgments were rendered right and left. Many of the cases went to the Supreme Conrt, which uniformly decided that the person who claimed to have acted under oiders of Confederate officers conld not rely on belligerent rights as to matters of defense. Then the new Constitution of "West Virginia went into effect in 1872, containing a clause that all the judgments thus awarded should not be enforced in the courts of this State. In the case decided to-day, that of Ireeland -versus Williams, collection of the judgment was enjoined on the ground that the defend ants were protected by the Constitution. The Supreme Conrt of West Virginia sus tained this view and the case went to the United States Supreme Court. It was there sought to Teverse the decision of the West Virginia Supreme Court on the grounds, first, that a judgment could sot be sued out on the action by the contractor, and that therefore the provisions of the "West Vir ginia Constitution violated the Constitution of the United States; second, that a judg ment Tendered 'became vested property of the plaintiff and that he was protected.by the fourteenth amendment to the Federal Con stitution. The Supreme Court holds there is no conflict and that the judgments are no good. Work Began Yesterday. Carpenters started to work yesterday on the house that is to be used as the new Southside Hospital, on Sonth Twenty-second street. It is expected that it will be ready lor occupancy byJnncL CfT (lie Kalis in the Tnnl. The 3 p. ar. Ft Wayne accommodation west yesterday ran off the track and rattled the iencecsjnstasit was entering the yard, a e West of thn narlre- in Allechenv. A lfttlA rattling was X yesterday ran off the track and rattled the --; -.... ,, ,..., ?l. .mci.in...uM,. MtA4ni .. m.j . lour n&uu can oe oest summed new Qm i& little west of the parks, in Allegheny. AUttle Jos. HORNB & Co.'s jn rattUocwysau; however, Teaa Avenue Storw, KSkic .Jui&.l&.. ..... .. .-. " .,.;- ,;, Ja, 1 jgijfelfetiiuj . . .niK.Jj. .&LrC&i&&t.---.& w. ;..-.,,. .w .. '.v. -t'. .-,':',. ... ...-...l .'-.sim . . . ' ....? HKS-" t .,aiHBHBinHI.JllL1 !JV BbJKIL. I I I 111 II I III a - X Jrfc.iJT ft I'JUif. KiBlHaHiaiiBiaaB DWMBWX I I iM IT . 1W HI IIHIJM I 'Mil III! "! I I lllll ' .ul JfanAO- . tT.t ' . ' TJJIR - j'jilt " "- ' AflMEV - f. .-UMt- J.-V JK-H - .t ... I. lfl 1 IflWT "' ' "" - -. -u- KJ1HKM ., .. .! lii . r .v T - - ' J A t lka 'iu KV .., THEY AEE SATISFIED. . GUh Manufacturer! .at Flndlay Are Not In Favor of Sfaattlng Down Early This Season A bherlQ'a Bravo Wile AH the Vcr From Nearby Towm fSPEClAL TILEanAM TO THE D16PATCH.1 Pindlat, May 13. The window glass manufacturers of this locality have all re ceived notes advising them that a meeting of the organization will be held in Pitts burg, May 23, to consider a proposition to shut down earlier than usual this season, and to determine whether the tank sys tem, as operated at Jeannette, is likely to offer any menace to the trade. From talks had with the different win dow class manufacturers here by The Dis patch correspondent the opinion is gathered that most of the officers of the several houses will attend the Pittsburg meeting, and that thev will generally be opposed to the early shutdown movement, although when they get into conference with the manufacturers from other cities they may change their present views, which, it must be said, are not at all arbitrary. ' , Regarding the tank method, Mr. John u. Baker, President of the Ohio Window Glass Company, said: "I do not think the tank system will prove sufficiently successful as to giro manufacturers in the natural gas region any uneasiness; in fact, 1 don't apprehend any serious complications to the trade from that source." This is an opinion which is shared by the officials of the other window glass houses here. As to the stato of trade in this section, all expressed themselves as being very much better satisfied than two months ago. There is nothing like an overproduction here now, although a fear of such a state of affairs was seriously entertained about the beginning of the year, bnt stocks have been worked off much more readily than was anticipated and are not accumulating. THE SHERIFF'S WIFE Prevents the Escape of a Trio of Desperate Burglars. rsrxcux. teleoeam to the DrsrATcn.1 Akeon, May 13. Three prisoners in the county jail, all Indicted for penitentiary offenses, made an attempt to escape from the jail last crening. Harry Bums, their leader, had unlocked the heavy corridor door by means of a hard wooden key he had made after getting an impression of the lock, when Mrs. W. B. Gamble, the deputy sheriff's wife, who was the only person in the front part of the jail, ran in and shut the door, made of light iron bars. The prisoners were advancing on this. Burns armed with an iron bed slat, when Mrs. Gamble seized a revolver and cried ont: "The first one that touches this door is a dead man." She held them at bay until the Sheriff's arrival, when the prisoners were secured and put in cells. SHE WAS SURPRISED. A Young Man Suicides by Hanging In His Father's Barn. rprECiAi. nuoiux to the dispatch. i Butler, May 13. Marcus Eyth, a prominent yonng man of Centreville, committed suicide by hanging himself in his father's bam yester day. The deceased was 20 years of age. There was no cause assigned for the deed. It is said that he visited a yonng lady on Sunday even ing and when leaving she said: "When shall I see you again!" and he replied: "In the morn ing, but you will be surprised." Arrested for Train Wrecking. Caston, O., May IS. Thisclty is intensely excited over the arrest of Frank Ryn and Harry Sadler, two yonng men of respectable families, on the charge of attempting to wreck the Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne and Chicago Vesti bule Express, at Louisville, this county. Three different attempts were made by placing ob structions on the track. The arrest was made Saturday night, at a low resort in this city, by Detective Perkins, of Pittsburg. They Did Not Work on Sunday. tErECUI, TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH. 1 Beaveb Falls, May 13. Saturday night the employes of the nail mill of Carnegie, Phipps fc Co. were ordered to return to work Sunday morning. Twenty-five of them failed to show up, and when they came to work this morning they were notified that their services were nojonger required. -MANY DISGUSTED TB0H1BITI0KISTS. Despite a Stubborn Fight Thev Fall to Cat Down Many Licenses. ISFECLU. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH. 1 Freehold, N. J., May 13. This is license day in court, and great was the agi tation thereat Owing largely to the change in the law, much concern was exhibited by interested parties regarding the probable action of the court in its treatment of the many applicants that presented themselves for favorable consideration. One hundred and twenty-nine retail and 94 wholesale liquor dealers asked to be licensed. Of these, 47 wholesalers succeeded in passing muster, while 12 were laid oyer for two weeks and 8 refused absolutely. Of the re tailers, which included all the leading fash ionable summer hotels along the coast, but 109 caught the favorable recognition of the court, 9 applicants were refused, and 11 laid over for consideration until May 21. Of this latter class many are very import ant and prominent The temperance people were out in strong force and made a gallant fight, but with all their endeavors the amount ot fees will ex ceed any previous year by at least $10,000. Disgust seems everywhere apparent npon the faces of the Prohibitionists at the manner in which wholesalers were granted license, as in inanyinstances it was manifest they were merely covers for a business known throughout the State as simply "jng taverns." The fees ranged from $150 to $500, this latter figure being the sum at which the club house at Monmouth Park race course was taxed. The summer hotels all along the coast also received hard raps, and in some cases had their fees from previous years advanced considerably. The city of Long Branch, by a special enactment, becomes a greatly ben efited community, as they will receive pro ceeds direct of the fees from the licensed dealers there, amounting to nearly a third the entire amount taxed. Pittsburg, May 13, 1883.1 Messrs. Geo. H. Bennett & Bro. I No. 135 First avenue, second door f helow Wood street J In answer to your query of the 30th of April we take pleasure in saying that your bouse is among onr largest contractors for and holders of our Golden Wedding Whisky. We also find that your firm has bought a part of each month's distillation for the past eleven years. By this method you are enabled to supply your trade with a full line of Golden Weddinj properly matured by age in heated warehouses. Yours very truly, Jfrs. S. ITnch & Co. This Will be Dress Goods Week SI Alba. troBi at 45c A yard choice colors, only a limited quan tity. IOS. nUEK Si (JO. S Penn Avenue Stores. Don't Worry. Young housewives shouldn't break down their health by standing over hot bake ovens. Use Marvin's Queen's jubilee or milk bread, and always be sure of bavin the best that is made. xrssu Great Purchase nt Low Prices French Robes Delayed in Custom House we sell them at about one-half you will want to see these. Jos. Horne & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. Gent's Gold Watches. All grades of American makes in plain or fancy style cases. Prices35 to 150. All warranted. E. P. Bobeets & Sons, TT3 Cor. Fifth ave. and Market st. The Larcest J Stock of Xincrusta "Walton, Japanese and pressed leather papers and ro'om moldings evcr'shown in Pittsburg at jthe wallpaper Etoreof JohuS. Eobsrts. 414 Wood street fnilnln flinntUa ! TTnla,K.l.. Marriage TJeenscs Granted Yesterday. Knot. iteildsnee. 5 George Grnpps Pittsburg JSirah North Marietta, O I Gottlieb Fischer Pittsburg Lonlsa Bosb&ar i'ltUburg i Kobert O'Brien Pittsburg 1 31ary Wheatley Pittsburg (John Btelncr i Pittsburg J Mary Wade ,... Pittsburg Frederick Jscob Pittsburg ) Koslna Hoctenhausln Pittsburg J George M. Walters i Pittsburg J Frances Fischer Fituburg JM. N. Schmltt Reserve township Maggie Schmltt Beserve township 5 Andrew Bobey .Tlraddock 5 Anna Fedak.. Braddock JWllbert L. Ebberts Pittsburg JMaryKitterly Pittsburg fJobnRuhl .- Pittsburg I Mary C. Wlrth ... Pittsburg (JohnJenkln Allegheny Maggie Lewis Allegheny Angelo Glrardl Connellsvllle MagdalenaTrlgerla Pittsburg (John Boa ch Mansfield J Mary O'Kourke .. Crafton (John Siotowici.. Fituburg AnasUaBomblch r.,..,.. Pittsburg (James McKenna Allegheny I Mary Sullivan Allegheny j Edward A. Snyder Homestead J Emma Eger Collier township (t,orenz Full Braddock IBlandlna Brust Braddock ( August Lewandowskl Pittsburg J Mary A Kawrocka , Pittsburg (John A. Rowan Pittsburg I Mary E. Ebert Pittsburg (John Saraplnck Allegheny ) Mary Budiralk Allegheny (John Frlsch Pittsburg (Uregenz Buber Pittsburg (Charles -Wlldennuth Pittsburg J Maggie Goglns Pittsburg J Michael Walllsch Pittsburg 'Mary Smith , Allegheny ( George Stiinton Blair county (Alice Hathorn Allegheny J Dennis Waters Allegheny (Mary J. Speaks Allegheny DIED. BURNS-On Sunday. May 12, 1S89, at 11:30 P. St., ARTHUR, son of Arthur and Johannah Burns, aged 22 years 10 months 6 days. Funeral from the parents' residence, corner Twenty-fifth and Spruce street to-dat, at 230 p. it. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. DEFLEY At Idlewood, on Monday, May IS, 18S9. at 11:45 a m., Bridget, daughter of John and Margaret Defley, in the 25th year of her age. Interment at Crafton, Pa., on Wednesday, May 15. at 10 A M. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 EYNATTEN On Sunday morning. May 12, at 11:45 o'clock, Frank W. Eynatten, aged 26 years. Funeral will take place from his late resi dence. No. 40 First street, Allegheny City, on Tuesday afternoon. May 14, at 2 o'clock. Interment private at a later hour. 2 MASSEY On Monday.May 13,18S9,at 5 p. r, Frank, son of Lafayette and Lizzie Massey, aged 17 years. Funeral from the parents' residence, 23 Cedar avenue, Allegheny, on Tuesday, at 8 r. si. Interment at Blairsville, Pa,, at a later hour. MELDRUM On Monday. May 13, 18S9, at 6 o'clock a M., Emma Meldbum, aged 24. Funeral from her lata residence, 117 Forty third street, on Wednesday, May 15, at 2 o'clock f. ii. Friends of the family are re spectfully invited to attend. 2 SUTTON On Sunday. May 12, 1SS9. at 920 P. m., Anna Bishop, relict of the late Alfred Sutton, in her 81st year. Funeral services at her late residence, "Wine- Lbiddle street at 4 o'clock on Tuesday after noon. Interment private. Please omit flowers. "WALSH On Sunday morning, May 12, at 3.30, at his home in McCeesport, W. E. Walsh, in his 44th year. Hemains will be taken to New Brighton on Monday, and left at bouse of L. Shuster until 1 p. it. on Tuesday. Services at M. E. Church at 1-30, after which remains will be in terred in Grove Cemetery. 2 WIBLE On Sunday, May 12, at 1130 P. H., Mrs. CHARLOTTE WlBLE. Funeral will take place from her late resi dence, Shaler township, on Wednesday, May 15, at 10 o'clock AM. 2 WELLER At her residence, 69 Kirkpatrick avenue, Allegheny, on Monday, May 13,1889, at S: p. m Catherine Heck, wife of Jacob Weller, aged 69 years. Notice of funeral hereafter. JAMES ARCHIBALD BRO., LIVERY AND SALE STABLES, 117, 119 and 186 Third avenue, two doors below Smithfield st, next door to Central Hotel. Carnages for funerals,S3. Carriages for operas, parties, 4c, at the lowest rates. All new car nages. Telephone communication. myl-11-TTS p EPRESENTEll IN PITTSBURG IN 18CI Assets - . J9I71,69833. Insurance Co. of North America. Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. ta20-s2-D WESTERN INSURANCE CO. OF PITTSBURG. Assets $448,50187 NO. HI WOOD STREET. ALEXANDER NIMICK, President. JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President. f e22-26-TTS WM, P. HERBERT. Secretary. BliOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA MADE INSTANTLY with boiling -water or milk. NO COOKING REQUIRED! my&o-MTTF TEETH, $5, $8, $10. , Gold fillings from $1 un. Amalgam, 50c; silver, 75c: white alloy, JL DRS. McCLAREN & WAUGAMAN, Dentists, Comer Smithfield and Fourth avenue. my5-84-TTSu DO YOU INTEND TO BUILD T The Pittsburg Build ing Plan Co., Archi tect, 96 Fourth ave., prepare plans and specifications and superintend erection of dwellings at lowest rates consistent with good service. Esti mates guaranteed. mj5-79-TTSu Correspondence invited. MR. J. A'CAYTON, Staten Island, writes For a number of years I navo been troubled with pain in the small of my back and other trouble peculiar to kidney disease. Acting on the advice of a friend, 1 took PRATT'S AROMATIC GENEVA GIN. After using six bottles I feel like another man. JOS. FLEMING, Sole Wholesale andRetail Agent 1y3-TTS in Pittsburg. 81 Market street lliihinvi'TTi"1-' "TV wm, emmre, Display Our DEESS GOODS Summer Dress Fabrics in great variety. 6c, made to sell at 10c. Bucks of Ginghams, 25c. have been sold at 40c. Uream and Colored ave oeen eoiu ai uc. uream ana laioreu cheaper, but recommend those we are now selling at 10c, 12c and 15c French Satines, worth fifty per cent more. 'Xnen the lightweight colored Cashmeres, Serges and Henriettas Serges, Albatross and fancy weaves, specially bargains. Hundreds of pieces plain and lanoy Dress Fabrics, 25c to 50c, sold in the early season at 40c to 75c. See them on jjrst counter. MILLINERYI MILLINERY As usual, the most complete assortment of trimmed and untrimmed Hats and Bonnets, Eibbons, Flowers, Feathers, Gauzes, Laces and Orna ments, and the lowest prices. INDIA SILKS, 50c, 62c and 75c. Black Surahs, 50o and 65c 24-inch, 75o and $1, are special good values; so are the 24-inch Black Gros Grains at SI, SI 12 and SI 25. Black and colored Dress Silks irom 60c up. BABGAINS all the way through the Cloakroom. Cloth Jaokets, SI 25 up. Black and colored" Stockinette Jackets, $3 to $20. Beaded Capes, S3 to $20. Jerseys in black, cream and colored, plain, embroidered, braided and smocked. Black Jerseys, 37c up. Cape Newmarkets, hlact and colored, $9. Cashmere Capes, "Wraps and Fichus,embroid ered and lace trimmed, 54 and np. Silk and Stuff Suits. See thq popular Cloth Suits at 50, in all colors, worth J12 50. Wash Suits in Gingham, Satines and Challies. Wrappers same materials. WE OFFEK this week special bargains in Carpet. A line 'of Body Brussels at 75c, 87c and 51; have sold this season nt SI, SI IS and SI 25; will not last long. Then our 60c Tapestry Brussels are all new fresh goods and excellent values; as are the Ingrains, Cottage, Hall and Stair Carpets. Every day sees more of those Lace Curtains at SI, 1 25, SI 50 and up to $5 a pair, which speak for themselves as to value and patterns. IN UNDERWEAR we are ready for the hot season. Gauze, Merino in white and colored, Balbrjggan and Lisle Thread for Men. Ladies and Children, at popular prioed. Fast Black Hosiery. See the Ladies', 25c and 50c; the Children's fast black, ribbed and plain, at 25c, and the large assortment of Fancy Hosiery, all sizes and prices. PARASOLS Long, medium and short handles, newest designs. Misses' Parasols. Gold-tipped Umbrellas. from SI up. The Glorias at $1 60, $1 76 and $2 can't be beat. "Samples sent on request. Mail orders hare our best attention. WILLIAM 166; NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. REMARKABLE CARPET Bargains. , In the Basement Bargain Annex Entrance just inside our Fifth avenue doors. The enormous sale of Car pets by us since April i has left many broken lines and single pieces of Carpets in all grades, which, although de sirable in pattern and good in quality, we will not duplicate again. We have just put them into our Basement Annex at large reductions from our regular prices, to-wit: Cotton Ingrains, 18 to 20c. Heavy Cot. Ingrains, 25 to 35c. Extra (Super Unions, 40 to 50c. Extra Super Best, 55 to 65c. Tap. Brus., lowest, 45c. Body Brussels, - 85c. China Mattings, from $3 50 per roll (40 yds.) up. N. B. We Tiave to-day placed on sale at a discount of 30 Per cent from recent prices alargelineof English Ingrain Art Squares of our own im portation. 0. McCLINTOCK 3s CO., 33-FTH AVENUE 33 my8 MANUFACTURERS AND MERCHANTS' INS. Co., 417 Wood street, Pittsburg. Pa. Capital 8250,000 00 Assets January 1, 1889 883,745 80 Directors Chas. "W. Batcbelor, President; John W. Chaltant, Vice President: A E. W. Painter. Robt. Lea, M. W. Watson, John Wil son, Joseph Walton, Wm. G. Park, A. M. Byers, Jas. J. Donnell, Geo. E. Painter, John Thompson, Wm. T. Adair, Becretary; Jas. Little, Assistant Secretary; August Amnion, General Agent. ja22-45-TT3 GRATEFUL-COMKORTINU. EPP.S'S COCOA. BREAKFAST. B y a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern the operations of digestion and nntritlon.andandbyacarefulapplicatlon'oftho fine properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a deli cately flavored beverage which may save us many heavy doctors' bills. Itisbythejudicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually built up until strong enongh to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are floating around us ready 10 anacK wnerever mere is a weas: point w e may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping our selves well f ortined with pure blood and a prop erly nourished frame." Civil Service Gazette. Made simnlv withbollinewaterormilk. Sold only in half pound tins by Grocers, labeled thus: Jas.Epps&Co.tfommnaQho1noCEhneeutl: no3-h-90Tu3 P ATEUTS O. D. LEVIS. Solicitor of Patsnta. 131 Fifth avenue, above Smithfield, next Leader office. (No delay.) Established 20 years. ee29-hiu m I UT DBb1 ACT T-u . JMTJKgrrcS OH A WEAK STOMACH. 25CtS. &, BOX OF ALL DRUCCISTS. MAY 13, - t of Millinery ThisWeek Is "We have Challies at dress styles, at 8c and 10c, equal in appearance and colors to the best imported. Plain Beersuc oeersueKers, 014 cup. .nancy strinea n lanneis ana Toll an JS or as. superior lines American oaunes ai cui prices, m ers. 6Wc ud. Fancv strined Flannels and Tnll dn Kords. Snnerior lines American Satines at cut prices, ju AnrJ Unn.iAff.ia for warm weather, in ail wool, 37Jc, 45c and 167 and 169 FEDERAL-STREET, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. DO YOU KNOW? Co yon know that we make HO CHAEGE for trimminjr in our Millinery Department when materials are bought of us? Do you know that we give lessons in fancy wcrkand art embroidery WITHOUT CHABGE every morning from 10 to 12 o'clock? Do 'you know that we deliver goods 3TEEE OF CHAEGE in Pittsburg and Alle gheny? Do you know that we prepay expressage on purchases of $5 and upward to any trans portation point within 0 miles of Pitts burg? (House Furnishing Goods Toys, China, Glassware, Trunks, Baby Carnages, Eefrigerators, Lamps, Bronzes, etc., ex cepted.) Do you know that we have elegant Toilet and Eeading Booms where ladies can make themselves comfortable and while away a few hours very pleasantly7 Do you know that our Beading Booms have the leading daily papers, fashion journals, magazines, writing paper and en velopes, at the service of our patrons and the public? Do you know that we present to all pur chasers (whose purchases exceed $1) who will sendorbringtousat time of purchase a clipping of our advertisement from one of the papers,handsome souvenirs,graded in value according to amount of purchase. -- Fleishman & Go's. NEW DEPARTMENT STORES, 504,506 and 508 Markets!. PITTSBURG, PA. nisPATcm myl4-D SUMMER THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, MAY 16 AND 17. Real French Trimmed All the Summer Novelties in Garden Sun Hats, Turbans, Toques, English Walking and Sailor Hats. The most beauti ful assortmentof Flowers ever shown in Pittsburg. Mourning Millinery a Specialty. Bomiets and Veils Maie on Short Notice. HORNE & WARD, 4:1 FIFTH. AVENUE. myll-D MLLE. E. DREYER. NO. 644 PENN AVENUE. IMPORTER OF FRENCH MILLINERY, Trimmed Bonnets and round Hats. Mourning a Specialty. mhlD-78-TUFSu 1889. 6c, 6c,12)c and 18c up. Light Mohairs, 7c exquisite colorings and'cloths, in fast solid blact at 33e, 40o and 50c IT. A n 3 Wt . .. tl am n I hnwivn intr nro unexcentional bargains: MILLINERY OPENING 60c up. Regular lines, our own importation, Black Cashmeres, 45c to $1, are genuine KEIMZPLIE'S. ALLEGHENYPA. NEW ADVERTISEMENT. B. & TUESDAY, May 14. Cloudy, gloomy weather is not reassuring to trade generally, but a look along our counters yesterday sltowed hozu the peo ple appreciate store with ex cellent lighting facilities. It is probably a good time to call attention to our umbrella stock the largest and most complete the best makes of silk a?ifl wool and silk and cot ton unions, from $r 25 up. Special 26-inch and 28-inch umbrellas for gentlemen, stout light weight sticks, convenient for carrying. Latest conceits zw ladies umbrellas oxidized, gold, ebony and rubber handles. You would rather read of parasols on bright sunny days. The curtain room stock has been replenished New Brus sels effects $2 50. The spe cial curtain 72 inches wide, full length, at $2. More of those -fiO all chenille portieres. These are just reminders. Our suit stock is complete The best lighted suit rooms in the two cities: Suits for all occasions and purposes. Begin with wash goods wrappers $1 25 uP;cambric, calico and gingham. Wash suits Gi?ighams $5 to $2. Salines $7 to $25. Fine all wool braid-trimmed suits $10 up. Fine cloth,cashmere, black silk and lace suits complete lines, well made and very styl ish, the very latest styles. Childreris department in cludes the largest possible vari eties new goods and the very latest fashions. 300 beauti ful suits for ages 2 to 12 years from $1 to $7 0. These will not last long at this season of the year. Nice cloth suits 2 up, 2 to 12 years. Flannel suits, 2 to 16 years, plain, trimmed with white silk stitching, 3 50 to 6 50. A beautiful line cashmere suits, 6 to 12 years, empire green and gobelin, ac cordion skirt, full trimmed with white surah silk at $p 50. Wraps, Jackets and Jerseys. Blouse Waists, in Flannel, Silk and Jersey. Onr Cashmere Department is a conservatory of beautiful colorings 60 different shades shown in our DOLLAR 8ilk Wraps. "We guarantee the quality of the materials and you surely must find a shade to suit you in such a list. All-wool cashmeres begin at 35c, all prices to $1 25. Beau tiful line wool Henriettas, su perb colorings, at 75c, Our r 25 woolffenriettas are the richest dress goods you ever saw. New striped cashmeres in plain colors, special values, 50c. New 46-inch all-wool albatross, excellent colorings. 50c. special oargams in our all-wool albatross at 25c. New Cord Suitings and soft, summer weight Wool Suitings. Boggs&Buhl, 115, 117, "9. 121 Federal Street, Allegheny. myU-rrs WM, SBMPWB, Unparalleled. up. 6,000 yards Seersucker Ginghams at and plaid Scotch Zephyr Ginghams, 20c and ams, zUc and e have them and black and white, at 20c, 25o and 30c, n M tha K UMb TMltTl'O UatMnn UnhniM also the Black Nun's VeiHnir. Mohairs. NirWABYrRTIHlM03fTS. SPRING CLOTHING Which somehow or other is lacking in the clothing to be found in the other stores of this city. No one need have the slightest fear of being misled into purchasing unbecoming or shelf-worn garments in our store. Everything is new and reliable. Whoever wants any spring Clofhing and comes here will save many dollars. Whoever says humbug' and stays away will have a chance of seeing -othefs dressed as stylishly and as elegantly out of our stock as though they had patronized high-priced tailors. :' IF YOU WANT A SUIT, ELEG-AJNT, STYLISH, BEAUTIFUL, Perfect form-fitting, grand in fact in every way, don't waste your time and put yourself out of patience and temper, looking around town in the hope of getting something better than what we offer. Come at once to our store, see our stock, learn our prices, which you'll see marked plainly on every garment. You may want to buy a sqit at S6, $8, SIO OR 12, or the length of your pockestbook or your desires or inclinations may cause you to want a $15, $18, $20, $22 OB $25 Suit In any case you're sure not only of getting a suit to please and fit you perfectly, but also certain of getting goods which would cost you anywhere from $2 to 15 more. On every counter and table you'll find striking, undisputed and unparalleled bargains and if we cannot suit and please you in every particular why then it would be useless for us to offer you a $10 gold piece for a $5 bilL BOYS' AND CBLTLDEEN'S CLOTHING Every Pittsburg mother, as well as mothers within a radius of a hundred miles or more of this city, knows, or ought to know, that our Boys' and Children's Clothing department contains all the novelties and latest styles; also that in prices we're always the lowest We give the best idea of the immensity of our stock by saying that our Knee Pant Suits commence at 89c and run all the way to 10; our Long-Pant Suits start as low as $3 50 and go to JS18. In Knee-Pant Suits we have special bargains at $2 50 and $3, and at $5 and $6 for Big Boys. Thous ands of Kilt Suits, from $1 25 0 $8; Sailor Suits from 98c to $6. 39 LIGHT WEIGHT UNDt.RWEAR IN DEMAND Children's Gauze Underwear,. 5c up. Men's English Balbriggan Shirts, long or short sleeves, 48c, only. Men's Natural Wool Underwear, 49c only. Men's fancy- Flannelette Shirts, regular $1 goods, at 56c only. Silk stripe Negligee Shirts, regular $s 50 goods, at 1 74, only. Thous ands of other equally desirable: barg.ains. One thing we'd like to impress that we show the largest, best and in the country. All the best makes : DON'T SPEND A CENT ON POOTWEAB ' Until you've found out alL about mammoth stock, all about our low teeing a perfect fit and satisfactory-weair store ana all aDoucour system 01 reiuciaiag money on au unsatisfactory- purchases. ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED Tol )-(:: GUSKY'S &"tf I CLOTHING . BEATnUTJT, INDEED ! THERE IS AN AIR OF DISTINCTION AND ORIGINALITY ABOUT GUSKY'S TEIOTTS-iLlsriDS -or- GRAND V ARMY SUITS. Full Kegulatioa Suits, $6, $8, $10, $12 and $15. Every Veteran, all Sons of Veterans and every member of the G. A. TL posts in the county invited to attend our store. Two sets of buttons given with each, gar ment A mammoth stock of White Vests, White Gloves, G. A. R. Hats and Caps at lowest prices. MEN'S and YOUTHS FINE STIFF HATS In all the latest and most fashionable of colors and shades, at 98c, $1 24 $1 49, $1 69 up. Oth'er dealers prices fully 30 per cent more money. OYER 50,000 STRAW HATS .-for Men, Boys and Children. All the different styles, kinds of braids and trimmings. Prices: Men's, 24c up; ISoys', 5c up. Men's Elegant Tourist Hats, 49c, 69c, 98c. on tbe minds of mothers and this is cheapest assortment of Shirt Waists acid latest patterns. t31e Shoes we've got; all aapufour,-J pneos, all about our plan of guaran of every pair that leavesjour': GRAHD BARGAIN STORED . Is 4UU Market street tVl(M 5'