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' THE PITTSBTTBGr DISPATCH, PRIDAX, MAY 17, 1889. X TEACKED TO CANADA. The Peculiar Trace Which Led to the Arrest of an Alleghenian on A CHARGE OP STEALING $2,000. JIcKinlay and Foraler Involved in a Local Legislative Pight. ALL THE SEWS FE03I SEAEBT TOWNS ffrECIAI. TELEORAMTO'Tni DISPATCII.1 jfmr CASTLE,,lIay 16. The Portersville Savings Bank was broken into snd robbed of $-'.000 on the night of May 1, and through the Detective Agency of Marshall & Brown, of this city, and with the assistance of Cashier James Marshall, of the bank, one of the robbers has been arrested and is now in jail at London, Ont. Nine months ago H. J. Cook, aged 22, of McNulty street, Allegheny, came to work in Marshall's jewelry store, in Portersville, and the bank is located in the same building. Cook was a fine Jeweler, and soon gained the confidence of his employers. Be was an invew erate smoker, and bad the habit of chewing the end of his cigar in a peculiar manner, and this habit, togetherwith other circumstances, led to his detection, fie quit work in the jewelry store three weeks before the robbery, and went to AUeshenv Citv. The morninc after the rob bery was committed a cigar stump was fonnd on the floor of the bank room, and it cave evidence that it came from Cook's mouth from the peculiarity mentioned above. A footprint found outside the door corresponded with Cook's. It was found that he bad left Allegheny City the day before the robbery and had not been seen there since that time. With much diffi culty the detectives and Marshall traced Cook to London. Ontario He was located yesterday and the officers here notified. A telegram for hit arrest followed, and Cashier Marshall, who "was in the city this morning, received a tele gram which stated that Cook had been arrested and was in jail. The message also stated that Cook has confessed, and implicates others re siding near Fortcsville. Detective J. B. Brown, of this city, left at noon to-day for the prisoner. OFFICERS ELECTED. Both Branches of the United Brethren Frepare for Active Work. IBTZdXL TELEGEAM TO TBI DISFJLTCH.1 York, May 16. Both branches of the United Brethren opened their session as usual this morning. Fraternal greetings were telegraphed to President Harrison and likewise to the Presbyterian Conference in session in New York. The majority convention then elected the following church officers for the next quad rennium: Bishops Weaver, Castle, Kephart and Dickson were re-elected, and J. W. Holt, editor of the Jleligiout Telescope, was elected Missionary Bishop for the Pacific coast: editor-in-chief of the Mcligiout Telescope, Rev. J. L. Kephart; assistant editor, Rev. M. R. Drury; publishing house agent. Rev. J. W. Shnyey. The minority convention elected church officers as follows: Bishops, Rev. Milton Wright, H. T. Barnaby and Halleck Floyd for the district east of the Rocky Mountains, and Rev. J. H. Becker as Missionary Bishop of the Pacific coast; Win. Billon, of Ohio, was elected editor in chief of the church organ: Bishop "W right was elected Publishing Agent; J. A. Kiracofe was elected Missionary Secretary and Treasurer. Rev. Becker delivered a lecture at the evening session. M'KINLEV AND FORAKER. Both Are Involved In n Legislative Fight Jost Over the Line. Wellsyuxe, May 16. The Republican Senatorial Convention of the counties of Co jlnbiana and Jefferson will be held at this "e on Tuesday, June 4. Columbiana ty has 77 delegates and Jeffer connty 51, making it necessa have 65 votes to elect. The candi re Christian Metsch. of East Liverpool; J. Smith, of East Liverpool, and Hon. Williams, of Clarkson. the present tative from this county. Senator , of Stenbenville. now represents this r and it is Columbiana's turn to have the benatorby rotation, as has long been the cus tom. Metsch, Smith and Williams will vote for McKinley for United States Senator, and an effort is being made by the Foraker men to run in a dark horse, Simon Wiscien, of New Lis bon. It will hardly be successful. ACCUSED OF ARSON. A Womnn Charges Her Brother With Being an Incendiary. rsrrciAi. in.r.GEjLM to the dispatch.! WashecgtOs', Pju May 16. The case of Mrs. Mary Lwton, of West Middletown, against her brother, William Andreas, for ar son, was called in court to-day. Mrs. Lawton's barn and contents, consisting of 100 tons of bay, three wagons, reapers, mowers, etc., were destroyed by an incendiary fire on the 22dof October last. The burning was enshrouded in mystery, and it was not until April 1 that an arrest was made. 1 he case was worked up b v Detective Todd, of Pittsburg. It will probably not be finished before Monday or Tuesday, as there are a great many witnesses on both sides. To Connect With the Ft. Wayne. YorNGSTOwir, May 16. The stockholders of the Pittsburg, Youngstown and Ashtabula Railroad held thej- annual meeting here at noon to-day, and elected the old Board of Di rectors. Reports presented showed the affairs of tbe company to be in a prosperous condition. A resolution was adopted to complete tbe line from Lawrence junction to Wampnm, con necting with tbe Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad. Blown Array by the Wind. Wheeling, May 16. Three men were work ing on the frame of Campbell A Co.'s large bark mill near Charlestown, Jefferson county, yesterday, when a sudden storm came np. A Etrong wind caught the frame and hurled it to tbe ground in splinter. Alt the workmen were earned with it. Daniel Heiderwohl was on top of the building, and fell a distance of CO feet. . jroiuer bid i-uirr xtaoiy jcjnrea. a AXLIA1.CE. .May m While Alpheus Barrick and his sister Olna were driving home last night from a prayer meeting at Chambersbnrg, sear Alliance, their horse became unmanage able, reared and fell back upon Miss Barrick, fatally injuring her. Her brother was severely bruised by the buggy falling upon him. CRITICISING JIB. HALOKE. Department Officials .In Washington Say He Measured Up Wrong. It is now stated to be in accordance with an order from the Department that Superin tendent Malone has been releveling the wall of the new Government building in Pittsburg, there having been a dispute between him and the agents of the contractors in re gard to his former efforts, after which he declared the walls were one and a half inches out of the level It was alleged by tbe agents of the contractors that Mr. Malone had made the measurement on the outside of the pro jecting stones or cornice, and that it should have been made on the inside or solid part of tbe walk Information has reached the Department that this last measurement was made in tbe same way, and great indignation is there ex pressed, according to a special telegram to The Dispatch. Supervising Architect Win drfinsayshe is much annoyed by the conduct of Mr? Malone in this and other matters. In regard to the leveling question, Superin tendent Patterson took the level of the walls just previous to bis dimissaland pronounced it perfect 6H0BT BUT DECISITE. The Brewers Iatend to Handle tbe Prohlbl. tlonlsti Without Gloves. The regular meeting of the Allegheny County Brewers' Association was held yes terday at the office of the organization on Fourth avenue. Mr. Eberhardt was in the chair. After the meeting had adjourned the Chairman said that nothing of any importance had been transacted, owine to the absence of many of the members. He added: "We have censured our campaign committee especially this afternoon, because the gentle men composing that part of our organization have not been here for several weeks. Mr. Wainwnght the Chairman, wai absent during the las: three meetings. Hut I believe thatfact was a great deal owing to the reacon that o had to fix our bottling business. "However, that is all over now. and we will proceed to do business in earnest. The cam paign will be a short one, but we will do our ibest to, make.it. aldecisive one, as far as the A SYPHON POMP WANTED. The Four Engines nt the Center Arcane Fond Could Not Diminish the Amount of Water Boys in the Sewer. All last night a large gang or men, under the direction of the officers of the Depart ment of Public Safety, worked at the large Center avenue pond, trying to get some of the water out. The four steam engines which have been pumping the water out of the basin left the scene shortly alter noon yesterday. The men in charge said the water was running into the pond faster than they could pump it ont. A trench 20 feet deep and 6 feet wide is now being dug across Soho street. A coffer 'dam will be snnltif possible around the top of the sewer drops and the water dtawn off through a 12-inch syphon pump. It is expected the syphon will be ready to work this afternoon. If this plan to reduce the amount of water in the basin fails, holes will be drilled through the top of the sewer close to where the debris is lodged in the hole, and water will be turned in on the mass from the top. It is expected that the constant flow of water upon the debris would cause the dirt to dis solve and the water in the pond would then flow through the drop. At midnight there was over 20 feet of water in the nond and still ris ing. Some of the men working at the place funk that part of Soho street stands a good chance of sliding into the basin. The trench across the street will make it impassable to vehicle:). A number of boys walked half way through the sewer yesterday, from the southwestern end. They reported it being clear up tp the obstruction. It was suggested that some men be put to work at the otber end to loosen the debris. If the mass of stuff became loosened while they would be in the sewer they would never gel ont alive. ASDEEWS TO EUE0PE. The Colonel After Plensnre nnd Boodle for His Ship Railway. Colonel Andrews, wife and daughter left for Europe last night. While overthere the Colonel will keep one eye on pleasure, but the right one will be looking after the interests of his ship railway. He is anxious to keep the management In this country, but tbey will place the bonds wherever they can get the money. Entertaining the Governor. If the Governors of surrounding States at tend the May Festival in this city they will bo entertained by the following gentlemen: Gov ernor Foraker by Harry Paul, of the Americus Club, Governor Wilson by A. P. Burchfleld or C. B. Shea,Governor Beaver by A. M. Marshall, of the firm of Marshall. Kennedy Co.. while I Governor Jackson, of Maryland, will be taken care otDy w. a. .uupion anaj. a. Washington. Special for To.Dnv. Call and see the suits we are selling at eight dollars ($8) to-dav. They are gems, and are really worth 815, $16 and ?17. "We name this extremely low price for to-day only and guarantee to produce 980 suits, compris ing cheviots, cassimeres, whipcords and worsteds, well made and stylishly trimmed, at the low figure oi $8 for to-day only. Come and get one at the P. O. C. C., cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new Court House. Excursion! to Ohio Pyle and Wheeling.. The B. & O. E, E. will sell excursion tickets to Ohio Pyle and Wheeling next Sunday, May 19, and continue the sale every Sunday during the entire season, at the popular rate of $1 50 to either point. Trains leave B. & O. depot for Ohio Pyle at 8 A. M.; returning, arrive at Pittsburg at 8.50 P. M. Leave for Wheeling at 830 A. m.; returning, arrive at Pittsburg 10:15 P.M. Special for To-Day. Call and see the suits we are selling at eight dollars ($8) to-day. They are gems, and are reallv worth $15, $16 and $17. We name this extremely low price lor to-day only and guarantee to produce 980 suits, compris ing cheviots, cassimeres, whipcords and worsteds, well made ana stylishly trimmed, at the low figure of $8 for to-day only. Come ana get one at tbe if. V. U. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new Court House. Lots of Ladles' Salt Selling Daily. Certainly the largest variety is here white lawn and linon d'Inde suits and wrappers now ready. Jos. Hoene & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. Misses and Children's Suits. As much care is taken to provide for the juvenile members as their elders. All our suits are as many and attractive for children as ladies. Campbell & Dice. Fresh Arrival. Just received from Anheuser-Busch St Louis Brewery a large supply of their cele brated Budweisser beer, in both quarts and pints. For sale by G. W. Schmidt, 95 and 97 Fifth avenue, city. Bents All Previous Records, Onr Satlne Sale, And the ginghams not far behind to-dav for the 20c French satines. Come Jos. Hoene & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. Deess Goods At 50 and 75c a yard we are showing some specially atttactive and desirable fabrics this week. MWTSU HUGTJS & HACKE. Spring Jackets. 600 black and colored jackets in stocki nette, broadcloth, corkscrew, whip-cord, etc., from ?1 50 to ?20. Campbell & Dick. , Wnll Papers Of all grades and an infinite variety of pat terns, at the wall paper store of John S. Boberts', 414 Wood street, Pittsburg. Beats All Previous Records, Onr Satlne Sale, And the ginghams not far behind, Come to-day tor the zuo reach satines. Jos. Hoene & Co.s Penn Avenue Stores. Elegant cabinet photos, any style, 1 0 per doz. Panel picture with each doz. cabi nets. Lies' Popular Galleet, 10 and 12 Sixth st sumwp Black Goods Handsome novelties for summer wear, entirely new effects. See window display. HUGUS & Hacke. mtvfsu Travelers' Wraps. Raglans, ulsters and conneznaras in all colors, ?5 to $18. Campbell & Dick. B.&B. Ten thousand yards genuine French satines, latest Paris printing, at 18c on sale this morning. Come promptly for choice. Boggs & Buhl. This is the Season In which to purify and enrich the blood, to re store the lost appetite, and to build up the sys tem, as tbe body is now especially susceptible to benefit from medicine. The peculiar me dicinal merit of, and the wonderful cures by, Hood's SarsapariUa have made it the most popular spring medicine. It cures scrofula, salt rheum, and all humors, biliousness, dys pepsia, headache, kidney and'' liver complaints, catarrh, and all affections caused or promoted by low state of the system or impure blood. "For a first-class spring medicine my wife and I both think very highly of Hood's Sarsa parilla. We both took it last spring. It did us a great deal of good, and we felt better through the hot weather than ever before. It cured my wife of sick headache, and relieved me of a dizzy, tired feeling. We shall certainly take Hood's Sarsaparilla again this spring." J. H. Pearce, Supt Granite By: Co., ConcordLN. H. N. &. If you have decided to take Hood's Sarsaparilla, do not be induced to buy any other Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggists, tl; six for 96. Prepared onlybyC.LHOOD4CO.,Lewlta8.' L0iDw,,OM,Dr: Special for To-Day. Call and see the suits we are -selling at eight dollars ($8) to-day. They are gems, and are really worth $15, $16 ahd $17. We name this extremely low price for to-dnynly and guarantee to produce 980 suits, compris ing cheviots, cassimeres) whipcords and worsteds, well made and stylishly trimmed, at the low figure of 58 for to-day only. Come and get one at the P. C. C. O., cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp.the new Court House. Bedroom Furniture. We desire you should know where to get satisfied if you are looking for beantifnl and late designs in bedroom suits, and unless you are very hard to please you will cer tainly be satisfied with our bargains in wal nut and oak suits and our styles of antique suits. M. Seibekt & Co., Cor. Lacockand Hope its., Allegheny. Near railroad bridge. d 1 Great Assortment or Parasol. See the new flat-top English ones just in. Jos. House & Co.'b Penn Avenue Stores. Combination Dresses For $15, worth $30 each; 100 of these; fn- tirely new designs; latest coloring; opened this week. MOTSU Hughs &KACKE. "When it becomes necessary to employ an alcoholic stimulant to sustain life in disease, I know of no better one than Max Klein's 'Silver Age. I have examined it, and find it chemically pure." So says one of our prominent physicians. irvvp Mnrriage Licenses Granted Yesterday. Kline. Keildenee. (Richard T. IMfflnderffer Pittsburg JenaKeej PltUburc JOttoF. Schuedel Allegheny I Alary I. llosswell Pittsburg J WlilUm E. Scott.. Pittsbnrg (Miriam E. Hayes ......Braddock: township I Andrew J. Pordy Finley township i Maggie btoneslpher Jflnley township JJohn Jakof. Pltubnrg Anna Movotlni Pittsburg I Christ G.Seyerle Pittsbnrg 1 Lizzie Mueller Pltubnrg (JohnH. Bestwlck McKeesport J Mollie Peterson McKeesport 1 Joseph Imhoff. Pltubnrg Otlllie Schubert Pittsburg J John K. Hlnchllir, Jr...- Plttsbnri JEllaO'Leary Pittsburg George Kelnbottom Allegheny Hannah Klnner ..Allegheny ( George L Shaffer Pittsburg J Mary Stathaln Pittsburg (Frederick Lohr Natrona 1 Johanna Mueller Natrona c Newton 1. Long Westmoreland county Jennie B. Duncan Westmoreland county ( Homer H. Ward Alliance, O 1 Annie 11. Miller North Benton, O I JohnH. Osterrltter Allegheny Carrie K. Braddock Allegheny Henry 8. Brooks Allegheny I Gertrude h. Queen Allegheny (Robert L. Martin Pittsburg I Amber E.Trtplett Pittsbnrg MARRIED. SCOTT HAYS At the residence of the bride's parents! Swissvale, Pa., on Thursday, May 16, 1BS9, by the Rev. B. P. Woodbum, Wm. R. Scott, of the East End, to Mtbiam E. Hats. DIED. BEATTY On Thursday, May IS, 1S89, PAT bick T. Beatty, in the 57th year of his age. Funeral from his late residence. 53 Craw ford street, Pittsburg, on Satuedat mobs rtro at 9 o'clock. Friends of tho family respect fully Invited to attend. BTJRGCn:NE-At Philadelphia, May 16, at 4.30 A. M., Alma Rivek, daughter of William and Mary Burgoyne, formerly of Allegheny. BLACEXEY On Wednesday, May 15, 1889, at 9:30 P. x.,Robebt Blacklet, In the 70th year of bis age. Funeral services at the residence of his son, Joseph Blackley, Munhall, Pa., on Saturday, May 18, at 10 a. m. Interment private from Nine teenth street station, P., V.4C.R R,, at ll3 A.K. 2 HARPER At the family residence, Bryant street, Nineteenth ward, on Thursday, May 18, 18S9. at 2 p. it.. Edward, yonngest son of Henry and Elizabeth Harper, aged 7 months and 1$ days. Funeral services on Satuedat, the 18th inst, at P. it. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. , HARPEB On Thursday afternoon, May 16, 1S89, at 2 10 o'clock, at his residence, Grandview avenue, Samuel Habfeb, in the 52d year of his age. Notice of funeral hereafter. Please omit flowers. HOLTZMAN-On Thursday. May 16, 1859, at 1:30 a. tl, Matthew Holtzman,, aged 68 years. Funeral from his late residence, 122 Chestnut street, Allegheny, on Saturday, May 18, at 10 o'clock a. ac Interment private. 2 LANG At theresidence, Woodland avenue, Allegheny, John Y., son of William F. and Margaret Lang, aged 18 years, 1 month and 27 days. Funeral services at 2 p. St., Feiday, May 17. Interment private at a later hour. MACFARLANE-Departed this-llfe at 9.30 a. M., May 15, M. Alice Mactaklane, daughter of L G. and Margaret Macfarlane, 361 Edwin street, East End. Funeral services in the East Liberty Presby terian Church Saturday, May 18, at 2 o'clock p. 31. Interment private at a later hour. McMURRY On Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. James S. Thobn McMubby, beloved son of lnomas and unariotte a. JUCMnrry, aged 3 years and 1 months. Funeral from the residence of his father, 271 Center avenue, on Fbeoay aftebnoon at 1.30. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. McCLENAHAN At the residence of his mother. No. 60 Federal st, Allegheny, William McClenahAjt, youngest son of John and Kathern McClenahan. Funeral Fbiday, May 17, at 2.SQ p. M.'Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. REDDY On Thursday, May 18, 1889, at 1:10 A. M.. at his residence. No. 293 Webster avenue, Pittsburg, Michael Reddy, in the 72dyear of his age. Funeral services at St Bridget's Church on Satuedat moeking at 10 o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. RANKEY-Mav 16. at 6:15 P. St.. MAbgabet Frances, daughter tf James P. Sankey, 631 Fifth avenue, ageil 8 months. Notice of funeral In Evening Press. SPANGKNBERG-On Wednesday, May 15, 1SS9, at 5 o'clock A. U., Geo. L. Spakgex BEBG, in his 19th year, son of Wm. and Eliza Spangenberg and grandson of Godtned Koer ner. Funeral from the residence of his parents, 117 Fountain street, Allegheny, Sunday, 19th, 2 p. jr. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 3 8TRAHLEY On Wednesday. May 15,1889, at 10 a.m., Chbistop Stbahley, in theffid year of bis age. Funeral services from the family residence, No. 6303 Penn avenue, Nineteenth ward, on Satuedat, 18th Inst, at 2 p. m. Friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend. Please omit flowers. 8 ANTHONY MEYER, (Successor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., JUm.,) UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER. Office and residence, 1131 Penn avenue. Tele phone connection. myl0-6E-MWPSn JAMES M. FULLERTON, UNDERTAKER AND MBALSIER, No. 6 Seventh Stbeet. Telephone 1153. ap27-S2-WFSa FLORAL EMBLEMS. CHOICE CUT' FLOWERS AND SMHiAX A. Jfc E . -p. JO- UMUVVHf et A SMITHFIELD BTi OJ.V Telephone 423. de6-f4-irwT CHOICE FRESH FLOWERS. HARDY ROSES AND PLANTa BEDDING-OUT LAWN MOWERS. JOHN B. & A. MUBDOOH, Telephone 288. . KB Sjothkxld Be, apSO-jrwi1 E EPRESENTKD IN PITTSBURG IN 13d ASSETS 9071,69933. Insurance Co, of North America. Losses adjusted and paid hf WILLIAM L JONES. 61 Fourth avenue. 1320-62-B BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA. siaicups ro a- NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. LOOK IN SHOW WINDOW OF WATTLES & SHEAFER'S JEWELRY STORE And see thelatgcst display of watches ever made in this citV. We make a specialty of watches and will give the best watch made ?or the money. Every one we sell is guaranteed to be strictlv as represented and must be so or money will be refunded. Whether you want a fine or cheap watch call and see us at our . NEW STORE. 37 fifth Avenue. LOOK FOR OUR BIG? CLOCK ON SIDE WALK. my8-MWT THE SHERIFF'S WORK Opens up tbe grandest chance for bargains at this BANKRUPT ,'. SALE Of the sto'ck of J. R. ANDERSON, at 1S3 Federal street, Allegheny, Fa. ' Dry Goods -AND- Lace Curtains, Hosiery, Undorwear and Curtain Poles, Linoleums -AND- Carpetings. The grandest bargains seen in this neighbor hood. T, IfV LATIMER, 138 Federal St, Allegheny, Pa. myl5-Mwrau SUMMER THURSDAY AND FRIDAY,. v 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 assortment of Flowers ever shown in Pittsburg. Mourning "Millinery a Specialty, Bonnets and Veils Mafle ou Short Notice. HORNE & WARD, 41 FIFTH AVENUE. myl4-D THE MERCANTILE AGENCY E. (J. Dun & Co., Germania Bank Building. 423 Wood street, cor ner of Diamond, Pittsburg, Pa. This establishment supplies all necessary Information as to the standing, responsibility, etc, of business men throughout North Amer ica. It is the oldest and by far the most com plete and extensive system ever organized for the accommodation of Banking and Mercantile interests and the General Promotion and Pro tection of Trade. Debts Collected and Legal Business Attended to throughout the North American Continent FBI GOLD MEDAL, FABIB, 1878. W. BAKER & CO.'S Is absolutely re and it U to U. No Chemicals are tied is iu preparation. It hu run tin Ont timu tit ttrtnfi of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot cs Sngar, and is therefore fir more economical, totting Iu. Oat en ant a citp. It is delicious, nourishing, strengthening, Easily SiafsrxDi and admirably adapted for brralidi u veil u for persom in health. Sold by Grocers everywhere. W.BAKEK & CO., Dorchester, Mass. HKJfflL-, TOILET SOAP XXV THB WORLD. Of all Druggists, but beicare of imitations. ERE3H BUTTEK RECEIVED DAHiY BY GEO. K. STEVENSON 4 CO., GROCERIES AND TABLE DELICACIES, SIXTH AVENUE. jafr69-MWT KESOttTS. THE OCEAN HOUSE ATLANTIC CITY, N. X, Now open under old management. fe22-Sl-aiWP J.REID. THE CH ALFON1 E. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. MOVED TO THE BEACH. ENLARGED 'AND IMPROVED. UNSURPASSED OCEAN VIEW. Salt water baths in the house. Elevator. apl6-81-D E. ROBERTS SONS. TV'RHP'nTin "KfTrPTT? AT. OHTTXT-t& IS BEDFORD, PENNA. Leading mountain resort. Water unequaled. Hotel newly furnished. Toerge's Orchestra. Opens June 8. "Write for circnFar. ap7-87-P L. B. DOTY. Manager. HOTEL N0RMANDD3, ATLANTIC CITY. NOW OPEN. Under new management Late of Colonnade iHotel,Phila. ayla-27 TOGIXLETTE, Prop'r. 1THE ELDREDGE. NO. 18 SOUTH CARO LINA avenue, within three minutes' walk of depot or beach. Large, cheerful rooms, ex cellent table. Terms moderate. MRS. E. J. ELD BEDQE, Proprietress. myl6-91-D riRltSSON SPRINGS, PENNA, MAIN j i me jrennsyivama Kailroad, on top of THE MOUNTAIN HOUSE Will op ea Jan 25, All trains stop st Crttwe. 'Jrer oriwhsi n-i Mwirew ?i"tuWE MILLINERY OPENING, 11 II lull NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, BOOK DAY! ONLY 5 CENTS For yonr choice of 10,000 popnlar Novell, eood paper and good print. This is the best adver tisement onr Book Department has ever bad. and we advise the book lovers to come quickly, for although 10,000 books seem a great many, yet they will last only a few days at these prices. They were printed to sell at 25 cents. They were selling rapidly at 10 cents. They will go with a rush at 5 cents. STATIONERY. Writing Paper 15c a ponnd: worth 25a Writing Paper at 25c; worth 40c. Writing Paper at 35c; worth 50c Customers will find it much cheaper to bny Writing Paper by the ponnd than by the qnire or team. Try it once and judge for yourself. Good Envelopes at 5o a pack, or SI 50 per thousand. ' A good Stylographic Pen at 75c; superior to most sold at $1 60. Good Fountain Pen at tl 50; equal to any $2 article Leroy Faircbild's Gold Pens much lower than regular prices. Inkstands and Paper Weights at half regular prices. Fine Pocket Mems., he best goods made, at 25 per cent less than regular prices. Fino Papeterie, in Plush and Leather cases, In fancy prices. Extra quality Pocket Inkstands at 9c; usual price 20c. Inks Arnold's, Carter's, Btaflord's, David's and Pomeroy's, and many other leading brands much below regular prices. Extra quality Steel Pens at 35c per gross. SCHOOL SUPPLIES. Scholars' Companion, containing small ruler, pen holder, lead pencil and slate pencil, all put np in a neat box at 3c; worth 10c Small Plain Slate at 2c; sold everywhere at 4c Pen Holders, 3c a dozen; worth 6c - Noiseless Victor Slates at 5c; worth 10c Four Mate Pencils in neat wooden box, lc Lead Pencils, 4c a dozen. Best Lead Pencils. 4c each, or 45c a dozen. Pointed Slate Pencils, lo a dozen; worth 4c Tablets, lc eaob; worth 4c Composition Books, 4c; worth 8c SchooMJags at 8c; worth 13c CLIOTHIS ADVERTISEMENT. It'will entitle you to a souvenir, if presented to us when you make .your purchase. ' -- Fleishman & Cos. PITTSBUEGr, PA. DISPATCH. myl7-D READ THIS CARD. IP YOTJ WANT FURNITURE THE PLACE TO BUT IS DAIN & DASCHBACH. THE TIME NOW. To appreciate the quality and beauty of onr Purnitnre, seo that displayed by all other reliable dealers of Pittsburg' and Al legheny before calling on us. COME POSTED. To gain the full value of the bargains we are offering, price the articles you want elsewhere, then see onrs. "We have the stock, guarantee perfect satisfaction, and we will sell you anything you require in our line at prices bound to please. DAIN & DASCHBACH, 111 SmithfleldSt, Pittsburg, Pa. ap21-81-wrsu i . II 1 I NTT- A IKSOBAKCB CO., .ZXLj X JN -C3. Hartford, Conn. Assets, January 1, 1887 a,66S,839 0 EDWARDS & KENNEY, Agents, " OQ Fourth avenue Pittsburg. lal59-MP m WM, &WIVS, Specially DBESS GOODS Summer Dress Fabrics in great yariety. We have Chalhes at 6c, 6c, 12Ke and 18c up. Light Mohairs,-7e up. 5,000 yards Seersucker Ginghami a 6le, made to sell at 10c. Stacks of Ginghams, dress styles, af 8c and 10c, equal in appearance and colors to the best imported. Plain and plaid Scotch Zephyr Ginghams, 20c ana 2flc, have been sold af 40c Cream and Colored Seersuckers, 6c up. Fancy striped Flannels and Toil du Nords. Superior lines American Satines at cut prices. We have theia cheaper but recommend those we are now selling.nt 10c. 12J4o and 15c French Satine3, exquisite colorings and cloths, in fast solid blacK and black and-white, at 20e, 25o and 30c, worth fifty per cent more Then the lightweight colored Cashmeres, Serges and Henriettas at 35c, 40c and 50o are unexceptional bargains? also the Black Nun's Veiling, Mohairs, -Serges, Albatross and fancv weaves, specially for warm weather, in all wool. 37c, 45c and 50c up. Kegular lines, onr own importation, Blaek Cashmere, 45c to fl, are genuine bargains. Hundreds of pieces plain and fancy Dress Fabrics, 25c to 50e, sold in tho early season at 40c to 75c. See them on first counter. MILLINERT1 MILLINEEY As usual, the most complete assortment of trimmed and untrimmed Hats and Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, Feathers; Gauzes, Laces and Oraa ments, and the lowest prices. INDIA SILKS, 50c, 62o and 75c. Black Snrahi, 50c and 65c 24-inch, 75e and 1, are special good valnes; so are the 24-inch Black Gros Grain at $, fl 13 and ?12kV Black and colored Dress Silks from 50o tip. BARGAINS all the way through the Cloakroom. Cloth Jackets, SI 25 up. Black and colored Stockinette Jackets, $3 to $20. Beaded Capes, 53 to 20. Jerseys in Mack, .a ,j i j i. kiM.n i,ra;M anil cmnnlrerl 'Rlm-l-.TproT 37Ue nn. Cane Newmarkets, hlirb nd colored. $9. Cashmere Canes. "Wraps ami Fichus, embroid ered and lace trimmed, 84 and up. Biik and same materialiL vjv. nww-p.n m ttaaV nll hawrains 50c 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 51, fl 25,V: ?1 50 and up to $5 a pair, which speak for themselves as to value and patterns. IN TJNDERWEAB we are ready for the hot season. Gauze, Merino in white and colored Balbriggau and Lisle Thread for Men. Ladies and Children, at popala prieee. Fast Black Hosiery. See the Ladies', 25o and 50c,' the Children's fast black, ribbed and plain, at 25o, and the large assortmenfof Fancy Hosiery, all sizes and prices. t, ' PABASOLS Long, medium and short handles, newest designs. Misses' Parasols. Gold,tipped Umbrellas from 81 npi The Gkrks si fl 50, H 75 and 12 caa'l be tat, ' ? "Samples sent oa request Mail orders have oar best attention. '. '' wit : .J tin NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. No Clothing So , Reliable. You know i--i2, but you know as well they don't equal 3. You want a good money's worth. That's natural, Shout and Sputter inragmeyou want a little" money's worth. They overwhelm you with cheap ness upon cheapness. But, how good is it? That's the vital question. Instead of camly, fairly showing you why it will wear well; emBhasizing to you the quality; pointing out how well it is made Sputter goes into excitement over price. Talce care! if it's clothing, money mayibe easily thrown away! It takes more than 1 1 to make 3. We manufacture clothing to wear. To wear longer, look better, and cost the least on that account Don't let the dust of odd prices whirl in and blind you! Our prices are considerably lower, because the clothino- is so dependable and durable. 1,000 styles of goods to make up to order. . -- WANAMAKE'R & BRpWN, Sixth street and Penn avenue. mjlT-B GRAND VALUES- -IN- lflv -roB- Ladles, Misses and Children Onr assortment is very complete, our styles allnew, tbe finish and fit perfect. Inspect this large line, erer; grade and prices tne lowest. We also manufacture to order anything in this line. Parasols and Sun Mas. A beautiful new and stylish line; all tbe nov elties, as well as staple lines. We lead in low prices for superior goods. rufants' Ontflttmg Hepartment. Beady-made and to order. This department conld not be more complete, and styles, workmanship and nt are unexcelled. Onr low prices for tnese excellent goods can not be approached. An examination wUI con vince. BARMS BT ALL DEPAMEHTS. Hosiery, Gloves. Underwear, Men's Furnish ines. Handkerchiefs, Corsets, Motions, Trim mings, Infants' Caps and Bonnets, etc. Open tin 9 P. if. Saturday. A, G, CAMPBELL & PENN BUILDING, 710 PENN AVENUE. 710 Between Seventh and Eighth sts. ap2S-TUFSu ANCHOR REMEDY COMP'NY, 829 LIBERTY STBEET, PITTSBURG, PA. J. B. Golden. 5102 Batlur street. city, says: "I was able to throw away my cratches after using one half a bottle of tne Anchor Bheu- matte Remedy. I consider my enre marvelous and heartily indorse the remedy." Price 50c We would be elad to have von give tho Anchor Sarsaparilla a trial. 'Tls the Ideal blood purifier, and is especially adapted enriching the blood and invigorating the sys tem. Our Beef. Wine and Iron Is also meeting the wants of the public. Tis the best tonic in the market, and we confidently recommend it as such. Onr price of each 75 cents; sir bottles R. p .a. a? e .3sr t s . X O. D. LEVIS, Solicitor of Patents, 131 Fifth avenue, above Smithfieid, next Leader office. (No delay.) Established 20 years. se29-bIU 18 11W Interesting Bargains You Should See. Stuff Suits. See the popular Cloth Suits at 59, in Camels. Aline oTBodv Brussels at 75c, ,t a Tvr iimUJR WumiSamBvmjmgBmMSMiBam pjh NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. AN ASSURED SUCCESS. Although it is only sine taking an additional store that we have put in a line of HATS, we now see it is an assured success. The sup port given us lit this department is gratifying and we are pleased to acknowledge it We have been selling so many Hats and so easily that it proves OUR STYLES ABB CORRECT, OUR PRICES LO"W, and OUR ASSORTMENT C6M PLETR We intend to establish the same good reputation for our HATS as we have earned for our CLOTHING. By' the way, if you are needing anything in Summer Suits, don't delay making your purohasea Tailors, ClotMers ail Hatters, 161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny. x"C-A"0-$9 mylS-WTSu OUR ORDER. THE TALK OF THE TOWN. TOO BUSY TO SAY MORE. 9rfa& r -T-i '-x. 313 SMITHFIELD STREET, Opposite New Postofflce. Samples and self measurement rules mailed on application. myl3-arr Hme Kelte's Frei Tailor System of dress cntting. The only system in America that cats the Worth bias dart. It consists of a tailor's wooden square, wooaen dart and sleeve rnle and scales, the same a best merch ant tailors nse. and a 40-page Instruction boot. System and thorough instruction in catting and basting. $10. Call for circulars or address il. A. DAVIS. 614 Penn ave. myU-wrsa HOUSE-GLEANING TIME Is here. Yon will need curtains renovated and carpete cleaned. There is bnt one place where you can get them done in tbe best manner pos sible, and that is at CHAS. PFEIFER'S ALLEGHENY STEAM LAU3TDRY. Offices in Pittsburg, 4-13Smitbfleld street, 1913 Carson street, and 100 Federal street) Alteghe y. Works, 35369 Beaver avenue, Allegheny. Telephone 12S4. rah2jtWT in all colors, worth $12 50. Wash. Suits In 87c and 81: have sold this season at 81, $1 15 TO szEoycpirsi NEW ADVERTISEMENTS., 7 A POSITIVE AND INDISPUTABLE i.i Our Silk and Dress Goods buyer Las re turned, alter ten dais' sojourn in the great metropolis, and on Monday ire shall com mence our great sale of SILKS, DRESS GOODS, WASH FABRICS, JACKETS and WRAPS . Purchased at the "preat anction sale of TOWNSEND Ss MONIAAT on Mav 8, .' 1889. This great sale of unheard-of bar gains will continue all next trees, but early callers will secure the cream of the purchase: 2,000 yards Challis yard, worth 'ioc. at 5c a 2,000 yards elegant standard Cloth Chambrays at 6c, worth ioc. 3,000 yards fancy stripe Can vas Cloth, three and four toned, beautiful colorings, at 8c a-yard, worth 20c. 2$oo yards elegant double fold,side band Mohairs, 19c, worth 30c. 2,500 yards Beiges in Mixed Plaids and Stripes, at 19c, worth 30c. 2,qoo yards French Challis at 21c, worfh 30c. 2,000 yards 6-4 Mohair Chai ns, Persian designs, at 23c, wgrth 40a , 1,000 French Satin Berber at 39c, worth 60c. 5,000 yards twjlled Silk Surahs, new spring shades, 44c, worth 75c. 1,500 yards colored Satin de Leon at 79c, worth $1 10. ' Our Millinery Department. ' No arguing against facts. We carry more stock, we devote more space, we em ploy more people in our Popular Millinery Department than anj concern in Western Pennsylvania. Our" Famous Low Prices and onr popular method of no charge for trimming is our grand attraction. FANS! FANS! Large and varied stock of open-and-shut Fans at 2c, 3c, 5c, 9c, lie, 19c and 24c up. We claim these to be the best values evpr shown- H0USEFUB2TCSHINGS (Basement) Complete line of Housefurnishing Good?, Crockery, Glassware, etc. Ask for our illustrated catalogue and price list, free of charg'e. Continued A pretty Japanese present given with every purchase in our House furnishing Department. N. B. Mail orders carefully and prompt ly attended to. K Successors to MORRIS H. DANZIGER. SIXTH ST. 'AND PENN AVENUE. Km-SIBC. thrift ft tf"l " MiSigsa f?sya Established Over Half a Century. ' :p-a.t:riotis:m: We are not lacking in patriotism, but as long as tbe public demand English Hats, of couro we must give them their choice. We have just received Jhe new Spring and Summer styles from the best London Manu facturers, and are showing them alongside the best American-ma&ea, and leave You to decide which you prefer. In those beantifnl new shades of Brown from tbe Rich Golden to the lightest Cream or Bnff, we have the largest selection ever shown. For those who do not wish the finest quality, we have had made np in this country excellent copies of tbe above, both as to color and shape. Prices for these are 12 00. J2 50 and S3 00. You know our reputation for Extra Light Weights, both in Silk Hats, Derbys and Soft Felts. Ladies' English and American Sailor Yacht Hats for street wear are now ready. AIM Biding Hats and Steamer Caps. PAULSON BROS., 441 WOOD STREET. FIva Doors from Fifth avenue. myl3oror MLLE. E. DREYER. NO. 6U PENN AVENUE, IMPORTER OF FRENCH MILUNERT, Trimmed Bonnets and round Hats. Mourning a Specialty. mhl9-7S-Tursu wm, smpws, GInghaa, Satinea and Challies. Wrapper and $1 25: will not last Ion?. 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