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Schoolhouse Sermon in a Johnstown Suburb, by the Bishop. LISTENERS WITH SEEKING FACES. 30 Pathetic Pictures Out of Many That Might ba Drawn. BISHOP WHITEHEAD'S WOEDS OPCHEEE JFBOM A BIATr COBBKSPONDSST.J Johi.stown, June 16 The classroom of the Peelorville schoolhouse was turned into a temporary church this morning, and when the Iiicht Reverend Bishop Whitehead, of Pittsburg, walked into the little room, the jilace was packed from wall to wall. It was a singular congregation in many re spects. Tour correspondent w as one pf the first to arrive. One after another of the people came in; the looks in their eyes were all of about the same kind not a vacant stare: no, all of them appeared to have a kind of searching gaze. The strong, robust, athletically-built man who gave jou the idea of a lovine and pro tecting father and husband, came in with his head bowed and his gaze upon the floor. Before he sat down he looked around at the number of women who were already seated. He seemed to.be scrutinizing every feature, every contour of the countenances before him. Then another more searching glance from his anxious eyes swept over the assem bly, and only then he sat down. He bowed his head and buried his face in his hands. His actions, his looks suggested his thoughts; they were not hard to read; it was one of the thousands of wifeless and childless men from Johnstown, who had lost his home, his all, in the great calamity of two weeks ago. STILL, SEEKING THEM. While convinced that the chubby little hands of his baby boy had been torn from his loving embrace by the waters, while he knew that the sweet, smiling face of his wire had already been buried in yonder cemetery on the hill, still that thought of innate hope which is no more than a step child of despair, Mas yet within him, and even in this temporary house of God, among the familiar faces of his friends, where he had so often found his dearones, the thought became once more strong within him, the flickering light of hope blazed once more into a flame, but only to be quenched again more effectually, when he did not find those his heart yearned for. Then another life-and-death picture was framed. A woman about 30 years of age, with a beautiful golden-haired bov by her side (mother and son), came in. The woman had evidently lost everything except her child She was dressed in a thin calico skirt and a black bodice, and her outfit looked much the worse for wear. An old bonnet, with a few crushed flowers, covered her head. The child's clothing was in a similar condition; but, while the mother's face showed the traces of sorrow plainly in every line, the little boy looked with a spirit of wonder and astonishment at the crowd within the schoolhouse church. "Say, mamma," he spoke out, in his childish voice, "I wonder if papa and little Alice are here ? There are so manv people, and I think they must be. Let me look?" And with these words the small fellow tore mmself away, looked all around, scanned the face of everv man and peered into the eyes of all the little ones in the room. Alter a while he turned back to his mother, ho we ver, and the feeling of that lrttle child, the disappointment which must have filled his heart, was reflected upon his features, though it cannot be described. THE SADDEST SOMEWHEBE. "I can't find them, mamma," he said. "Let's go and look somewhere else." Tnose were the few words, telling the volume of grief that even a child's heart can experience. In the meantime all the seats were filled. Hymns were sung, and after that the bishop ascended the little pulpit. "My dear friends, brethren and sisters," he commenced, "I think I have now the hardest task before me that ever pre sented itself to me in all my experi ence as a minister of the gospel, But of one thing you may be certain I have not come here to preach to you; for you this is not the time to listen to a sermon. Still, I would like to tell you a good many things. I feel a good many things which I should like to express in this hour of your sorrow and affliction, and if I leave anything unsaid, do not think I left it out intentionally. I feel it all, but I dare not trust myself to say it all." Continuing, Bishop Whitehead said: There was he. th Tlrr a t tiiii- 1. formerly stood at the head or this parish, who was a man I loved well, and with whom 1 came into closer contact than with most of the pas tors In my diocese. Now.asl taVe a retrospective view of the creat calamity which has overcome von, and its dis astrous and harrowing results, there is one thine which has struck me as very forcible, and this is the fact that, In spite of the greatest afflictions, the most terrible misfortunes, one thing remains unshaken, and that is our moth er church. She still remains, with all its mercy, all its promise, all its peace, all its clory arid all its magniflcence. We can gather around her knees the same as ever, and if I come here to bring you a few words of comfort 1 cannot think of saying anythingmore comforting than that, in spite of all chances and transforma tion, there it remains, the one thine stable and unchangeable. The trst line of the epistle on the Feast of Trinity, which e celebrate to-day, says that there are many doors of heaven. Ww, it is Sossible to look to heaven through many doors, oine people always see storms and tempests ahead of them. SPEAKIXC PEACE TO THEM. Do not look-to them: the Lord is not so much In the storm and in the tempest as He is in the calm and the serene. I know some of you, while thinking of the late visitation of a dread ful bereavement, believe it came to curse you, and so respond by even swearing at God. Do not think that He has sent such a thing in wrath. Whatever He does. He does it for Some purpose. But the Lord Is in the calm, and. whatever He works, He has done it for jour booq. ii you cannot see it now, there will nevertheless come a time when you will Be It. tnrouch the Lord Jesns Christ, who has been sent us by the Lord God. Do not lose faith, above all thing, neither in God nor in the church. The loved ones who Save been torn away from you are not beyond your reach. Ask God to bless von. Thev are in the portal of glories awaiting them. They are there just as they ere herJL Thtey are there fn peaceful concrecation, and I be lieve that jour beloved pastor Is ainonc them, ministering and talking to them just aslie used to do to you, ana they are awaitincyou all, to be together again for evermore on the grand day of resurrection. The reverend gentleman'sjaddress affected his audience to tears tears which eased pain, for no one had, perhaps, talked to them so hopefully and cheeringly since the flood. A sigh of re-assurance "came from many a sorrowing heart; and, when the Bishop invited them to step forward and partake of the sacrament, the walk of the men seemed to be firm and that of the women more elastic and buoyant In the afternoon the Bishop made ar rangements to hire Henry George's hall, on Main street, wherein services will be held hereafter every Sunday. Bev. Mr. Bragdon will take charge of the congregation. Heisbichs. THE POTTEBI CITY'S NOBLE WOKK. Six Thousand Dollar' Worth of Supplies Already Seat From East Liverpool. fFKOMJl STATT COREZSrOKDEXT.l Johnstowtj, June 16. Captain Charles it Fairman, of Pittsburg, a prominent member of the G. A. K., and W. H. Swells, Commander ol Post 44, at East Liverpool, O., arrived in town with a carload of pro Tirioni, sent by the G. A. B. men and the citizens of the Potterr Citv. for the benp. &J&Msm tlemen collected some statistics and infor mation in regard to the families of the 11 members of the order who were drowned in the flood. So far Bast Liverpool has contributed 56,000 worth of provisions and clothing. McSwioan. THE NDESES' NOBLE T0EK. Tireless Efforts of the Hospital Attendants to Believe Suffering. rntOM A 8TATF COBBEEPOSnXNT.3 Johnstowit, June 16. Up to the pres ent time the Bedford Street Hospital has treated 52 flood sufferers, of whom two died. To-day there are seven patients, two men and five women, in the clean, well-kept hall. Many minor surgical cases have been treated daily, and the outside cases come in so fast that no record can be kept of them. J3r. McCaskey, of Bolivar, and Dr. J. C. Sheri dan, of Johnstown, have charge of the pa tients, besides A. L. Booth, a skilled male nurse from Detroit. As an instance of the tireless energy with which tne attendants have worked day and night to relieve the sufferers, A. H. Bab cock, Secretary of the hospital, did not take off his clothing for nine days when he first arrived on the scene, because sleep was out of the question. It is impossible for those who have not seen them at their worK to re alize the immense amount of labor per formed by the hospital physicians, nurses and attendants, and it is remarkable how few have succumbed to the terrors of the situation. Bahjieb. DEAD ANIMALS IN THE EIYEE. A Large Number Discovered by a State nenlth Officer. ISrECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DIGFATCH.l JOHNSTOWN, June Hb There is a slight falling off in the number of prescriptions issued at the hospitals. The State Board of Health reports little change in the sanitary condition. Dr. Groff says that all that is necessary now is a continuance of the strict sanitary provisions. Bronchitis and diar rhoea are common among the laborers, and there are two cases of pneumonia at the Bedford Street Hospital. Measles are prev alent among children. Dr. Free, of the State Board of Health, has inspected the river towns as far down as Sang Hollow: The worst discovery made was the large number of dead horses and cows in the river. The dynamite ex plosions have brought the carcasses to tne surface. They are in a bad state of decom position. WON THE HEARTS OP ALL. Colonel Elliott Makes Himself Solid With Iho Army of Worker. rFIlOU A STAFF COERESrOKDEKT.l Johnstown, June 16. Colonel W. J. Elliott, Acting Assistant Adjutant Gen eral, of Philadelphia, who is on the ground lending his aid to General Hastings in the administration of affairs, has won the hearts of the corps of newspaper correspond ents, stenographers and telegraph operators by his many courtesies, of West Point and a cround up. ne is a graduate soldier from the One nieht this week, about one o'clock, Colonel Elliott arose from his cot, and, at tired in hismghtclothcs, skirmished around and found sleeping quarters for the ste nographers who were just going oft duty. McSwigait. Inducements to Local Merchants, I6PECIAI. TELEGnlll TO TOE DISPATCH.! Johnstown, June 16. City wholesalers are offering liberal inducements to local dealers. A Rochester soap firm, which had large dealings here, to-day canceled all the debts of the Johnstown merchants, and offered to give them fresh stocks on long credit. FINE SAMPLE HATS, Price SI SO, At J. G. Bennett & Co.'s, Corner Wood st. and Fifth ave. On Monday, the 17th, On Tuesdav, the 18th, On Wednesday, the 19th, On Thursday, tne 20th, of this week, we will have exhibited in our windows a lot of fine sample derby hats in all the new shades, which we will sell at $1 50 each, worth from 53 to 55. Don't miss these bargains. Only tour days. J. G. Bennett & Co. Excursion to Johnstown. To accommodate those who desire to view the ruins oT Johnstown, the B. & O. B, R. Co. will run a special train to-morrow, June 18, leaving Pittsburg at 7 am., stop ping at Hazelwood, Glenwood, BraddocK, McKeesport, West Newton and Copnells- ville, arriving at Johnstown at 1250 noon, and leave Johnstown on return trip at 5 p. M. The rate from Pittsburg and all points named above will be $2 35 for the round trip. Those who desire to go on this excursion should provide themselves with lunch bas kets, as provisions cannot be procured at Johnstown. THE GREAT WOMAN ORATOR To Speak Against the Amendment. DON'T PAIL TO HEAB WHAT MISS KATE FIELD, OF NEW TOEK, SATS ON PEOniBITION At Old City Hall, this evening, June 17. Admission free. Seats reserved for. ladies. Musio by the Great Western Band. locomotive Firemen's Picnic. The picnic of the Brotherhood of Locomo tive Firemen will be held at Bock Point Wednesday, June 19. The Pennsylvania Company will sell excursion tickets at rate of 40 cents from Pittsburg and Allegheny. Trains will leave at A. m. and m., Cen tral time. jit Black Cashmebes Our grades of 46 inch wide black cashmeres at 50c, 65o. 75e, 85c and 51 a yard are acknowledged the best values offered in the city. mwfsu Hugus & Hacke. If yon are seeking for a very fine im ported Cigar, ask to see the La Matilde Brand. G. W. Schmidt, Nos. 95 and 97 Fifth Ave. THE silver-tongued Irish orator, the Hon. E. B. Dougherty, will speak on the amend ment in Grand Opera House to-night. ELEGANT cabinet photos, any style, $1 50 per doz. Panel picture with each doz. cabi nets. Lies' Populau Gallebt, 10 and 12 Sixth st. sumwp Six-teab old Gibson, Gurkenheimer, Finch or Overholt, at 55 00, orl 00 for each quart, at Max Klein's. MWFS Apollinaris iTHE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS. t "People cannot hearken too earnestly to the WARNINGS already sounded by medical men against Vic indiscriminate use of the ALLEGHENY WATER at this time." "Dr. W. T. English said: 'It cannot be told how long the water will be impure; it may be for months'" Pittsburg Dispatch, June 4th, 1889. - " The purity of APOLLINA RIS offers the best security against the dangers which are common to most of the ordinary drinking waters." 'London Medical Record. OaUGrocert, DrngfisU, b'ilin. Wat. Dealtn. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS Wi" be Held at the Following Daces and Addressed br the Speakers Named. Monday evening, June 17, East End Hon. G. L. Dobson. Grand Opera House, Pittsburg Hon. B. Dougherty. Twelfth ward John Sobieski. Odd Fellows' Hall, S. S. K, F, Travel lick. . Dravosburg Isaac Cowen. Jos. D. Weeks, Chairman. ,A. H. Leslie, Secretary County Committee. Turners' Excursion to Cincinnati Via B. it O. R. R. Tickets will he cold on June 20 and 21 at extremely low rate for the round trip, good to return until June 27, inclusive. Trains leave Pittsburg at 6:45 A..M. and 8.30 r. M, On Friday, June 21, special train will leave Baltimore and Ohio Bailroad depot 10 p. v., conveying all the Turners of Pitts burg and vicinity. Communicated. Dbinking is sometimes a vioe; lying la always vicious. Will the supporters ot the prohibition amendment contend that it is just to send a man'to jail for lying, if it can not be proved that he has injured his neigh bor? We think not, and vet the principle involved is identically the same in both cases, and the application of it to all forms of moral weakness may be practically with out limit Natural Mineral Waters. Apollinaris Water, quarts and pints. Tanns Water, quarts. Nieder Selser, quarts. Congress Water, quarts and pints. Hatnorn Waters, pints. G, W. Schmidt, P5 and 07 Fifth ave. Communicated. When a free government makes up its mind to become a prohibition government there is no telling now soon the line of re publicanism will be crossed and a despot ism, as rank as any that prevails in the Old World, established. Black Jersey Silks 24-inch wide, one of the handsomest, and certainly the most durable, of lightweight summer silk fabrics known; 51 15 a yard; regular price l 50. Hughs & Hacke. MWPSU Freight for the East. The Allegheny Valley Bailroad is pre pared to forward promptly shipments of freight for New York, Boston and New England points. 9 Select Johnstown Views 9, on SxlO Size. 50 cents for 9, at Aufrecht's Elite Gallery, 616 Market street, Pittsburg. Send your orders early. mf Fare Rye Whiskies For sale by Geo. H. Bennett & Bro., First ave., second door below Wood st. 135 Best $1 SOper doz. cabinet photos in the city. Panel picture with each doz. cabinets. Lies' Pofulab Gallery, 10 and 13 Sixth st sumwp Oob river water, 'if used at all, is much better when a stimulant is added. Kleiu's "Silver Age" would be excellent, irwrs License and free whisky have been tried and failed, Prohibition succeeds wherever tried. MARRIED. STEWART-SINGLEY On Wednesday. June 12, Mr. James 11. Stewart to Miss Geack A. Sexolet, by the Rev. Pearce, M. E. Church,,both of this city. DIED. EGLI OnSunday,JuneIS,at4A. jr., Edith M., daughter of Jacob F. and Willimena Egli, of Sharpsbnrg, in the 17th year of her age. Funeral takes place on Tuesday at 8 P. jr., from the residence of her grandfather, Conrad Vaught, No. Eggers street, Troy Hill, Alle gheny, Pa. Friends of the family are respect fully invited to attend. 2 ORTH On Friday, the 14th inst. at 1 o'clock p. Jt, at the residence of her parents, 2306 Car son street, Ida Lillian, daughter of Jacob and Margaret Orth, aged 16 years. Funeral Monday, the 17th inst., at 2 o'clock p. M. 2 ROCHE On Sunday, June 16, 18S9, at 4-4o p. h., Michael F, B., son of Michael and Eliza beth Roche, aged 19 years, 8 months and 25 days. Funeral from the residence of his oarents. Laurel avenue. Sixteenth ward, on Tuesday, June 18, at 8.30 a. M. sharp. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 STE1GERWALD On Saturday. June 15, lfisa. at ISO p. K., Peter Steioerwald, aged 'il years, 7 months and 28 days. Funeral services will be had at the residence ot us motner, no. 7a orty-tmra street, on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family, Jr. O. U. A. M., K. O. T. M. and Barbers' Union are requested to attend. 2 SEMPLE At 7.30 o'clock Friday morning, June li 1689, William Semi-lb, in the 62d year of his age. Funeral services will be held at his late resi dence, 69 Irwin avenue, Allegheny, on Mon day, June 17, at 10 A. M. Interment private at a later hour. Please omit flowers. 3 STODDARD On Saturday, at i p. m., Elia kih Stoddard, of Poland, O. Services at his late residence, corner South and Pitt streets, WilKinsburg, Monday afternoon at 3 o'clocE. Interment private at a later hour. WATERS-On Friday, June 14, 1889, at 8.30 p. jr., Morgan Waters, aged 47 years 5 months 27 days. Funeral Monday AFiERNOONat 2 o'clock from his late residence, Thirty-sixth and Char lotte streets. Friends of the family are re spectfully invited to attend. 3 WINTERS On Saturday. June 15, 18S9. Abbah Winters, aced 71 years and 1 month. 0,ver on the sunny slope, Over the golden shore. There we'll meet our darling father, There to part no more. Notice of funeral hereafter. 2 WHITE At 1 o'clock, p. jr., Sabbath, Jane 18, Calhebn J wife of Thomas White, in the 41st year of her age. Funeral from her late home, in Tarentum. Tuesday, June 18, at 10 o'clock, a. m. Frienas of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 ANTHONY MEYER, (Successor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Lim.,) UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER. Office and residence, 1134 Penn avenne. Tele phone connection. raylO-69-MWFSu JOHN L. TREXLER t CO., Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Livery and Boarding Stables. Nos. 878 and 3S0 Beaver ave. Residence. 631 Preble ave., Allegheny City. Telephone 341G. mh23-irrhsn FLORAL EMBLEMS. CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND SMILAX A. M. & J. B. MURDOCH, j-1 A SMITHFIELD ST. Oil Telephone 429L de6-f4-irwp CHOICE FRESH FLOWERS. HARDY ROSES AND PLANTS. BEDDING-OUT LAWN MOWERS. JOHN B. & A. MTJBDOOH, Telephone 239, 603 SiirrnriELD St. ap30-JTWP 2Li H I riVF A INSURANCE CO., -Cj 1 LN .A. Hartford. Conn. Assets, January 1, 1887 W,563,83a fiC EDWARDS 4 KENNEY, Agents, 9Q Fourth avenue Pittsburg. 1&15-59.MP " BLOOKER'S DUJCH COCOA. 150 C0PS FOR SL ' myl6-MTTP , HEAR THE OTHER SIDE JUST ONCE MISS KATE FIELD AGAINST PROHIBITION, OLD CITY HALL, TO-NIGHT. We have some beautiful pieces in Genuine Bronze which are well worthy the attention of lovers of fine art. We would be much pleased to have you call and see them at our NEW JEWELRY STORE, 37 FIFTH AVENUE, WATTLES & SHEflFER, Sign of Big Clock on Sidewalk. We will close our store a' 5 P. v.. except Saturdays, until September 1. jelO-MWF BANKRUPT BARGAINS L Lace Curtains and Carpetings. This immense stock of DRY GOODS, of J. R. ANDERSON'S, purchased from the Sheriff for Spot Cash, is your opportunity to save money. T M 1 1 mi LruiMLm 138 Federal St, Allegheny, Pa, Jel2-MWPSu LARGE REDUCTIONS In the Prices of TRIMMINGS. Solid and Cut-Out Patterns We have a beautiful line of the above styles of Trimmings which we wish to close out this month. We have put the KNIFE and the SCISSORS into the PRICES and cut them at both ends, so that if you want Trimmings of any kind you can buy them VERY, VERY CHEAP. We cannot he gin to describe the patterns or give a list oi all the reductions made further than to say that we are selling some 1 styles for 50c, and some $1 50 styles for 75c, and 2 and ?2 60 styles for ? 1 per yard, and propor tionate reductions for piece goods. Come and see the bargains for yourself. HORNE & WARD, 41 FIFTS A.VENTJE. jel4-D A. of K K R. P. Association of Regular Registered Resident Physicians, No. 720 Penn avenue. Dr. Orr invites the friends of the hundreds of patients he has cured of catarrh and dys- epsia during the last year to call and allow im and his associate physicians to prove that they are what they claim to be, regular regis tered resident physicians, wno are competent to do all they claim, and that they are not trav elers who stop in our city for a few weeks or months. This association is founded for the protection of those vho are being deceived by spurious institutes and high-sounding, but hollow titles, all of which is no proof of ability or legality. We invite all persons suffering from chronic diseases, medical or surgical, to call for con sultation, free, no matter if you have been pro nounced incurable by some traveling doctor. We do not turn away all persons not easily cured. Office hours 10 to 11:30 a. M., 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. u, A. of R. R. R. P. rn. OBB, inv31-D 720 Penn ave.. Plttsbnrg. Pa. STEAMERS AD EXCURSIONS. UNAKD LINE. KE EW TOEK TO LIVEIU'OOI, VIA QTTEKNB- 'iOWX, FHUM PIElt 40 HUBXJI B.IV1ZU. FAST EXPRESS MAIL SEKVICK. Bothnia, Jane 19. Ida M.tUmbria. July 6,11:30AM iSEtrnna,JuneK,1.30FM bervla, July 13. 5:30AM Anr&nla, June 29, 6 AM Bothnia, July 17, 9 AX tOallis, July 3, 8.30 a m jEtrcria, July 20, noon. n These steamers carry first-class passengers only. ill carry intermediate. $V1U carry in termedlat", no steerage. Cabin passage. JCO.'tS0 and 5100; intermediate, m, steerage tickets to and from all parts of Europe at very low rates. VEEKON H. BKOW N & CO., General Agents, 4 Uowhnp Green, New Jfork. J. J. MCCOKM1CK. Agent. Fourth ave. and gmithfleld at., Plttitmrg, itVJ-D State Line To Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin and Liverpool. FROM NEW YORK EVERY THURSDAY. Cabin passaee S35 to (So. according to location of stateroom. Excursion (65 to S90. bteerage to and from Europe at Lowest Bates. AUSTIN BALDWIN & CO., General Agents, S3 Broadway; NewYoric. J. J. McCORMICK, Agent, Pittabnrg. P. mhl2-D ALLAN LINE ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS, THE ONLY DIRECT LINE From GLASGOW, LONDONDERRY, and GALWAY To PHILADELPHIA. : Passenger Accommodations Unexcelled. 1 Passengers by this route are saved the ex. Pittsburg. myZI-67-uTT ANCHOR LINE. Allinflo Exprett Service; LIVERPOOL vis QUEENSTOWN. SteamBhipJ'ClTY OF HOME," from New York, WEDNESDAY. May 29. JnneSS, July 24. Aug. d Saloon passage, ISO to SlflO: second-class, 36. GLASGOW 8ERVICE. . Steam ers every Saturday from N ev York to GLASGOW and LONDONDERRY. Cabin passage to Olasgow, Londonderry, Liver pool, (SO and SO. Second-class. (30. Steerage passage, either service. EO. baloon excursion tickets at reduced rates. . Traveler.' circular letters or credit and drafts for any amount issued at lowest current rates. Eor nooks of tours, ticket or lnformatlon. Apply to HENDKUSON BBOTHEK3. Ni TV., or 3. JTHTcCOKMICK. Fonrth and HmltUfield; 1.1). 8COBER & SON. 415 Bmlthfleld St., Pittsburg; V BOli-iJ jr., le federal St., Allegheny. GALLOON "When Greek meets Greek, Then comes the tng of war." In order to introduce it to the notice of the public, we shall give every person presenting this advertisement a sample cake of (( CAMELIA" SOAP. This soap is manufactured by the Oakley Soap and Perfumery Co,, from whose circular we quote the following. "To Consumers 0 Cornelia Bouquet Soap: Having been informed by the proprietors of the Oasbmere Bouquet Soap that consumers were frequently.deceived by the resemblance 10 it 01 our uameua .Bouquet, ana mat tne Camelia Bouquet was injuring their trade and me reputation 01 tne uasnmere .Bouquet, we have decided to change the name of ours to the Camelia. As we have no desire to sell the Camelia, ex cept on its merits alone, and believing that they are sufficient to commend it to all lovers of a fine Toilet Soap, we respectfully ask those who have not yet tried it todo so, and judge for themselves.whether, instead of being an "in ferior imitation" of Cashmere Bouquet, the Camelia is not unmistakably SUPERIOR to it in quality and perfume. The Oakley soap and Perfuheby Co." We shall not undertake to decide between these rival claimants to publlo favor. We pro-, fertolet our customers do that. They are both good soaps, and "When Greek meets Greek, then comes the tug of war." We carry a full line of SOAPS and PERFUMERIES Manufactured by the Oakley 8oap and Per fumery Co., and self them at popular prices. A full line of Patent Medicines at cut prices. Fleishman & Go's, NEW DEPARTMENT STORES, 504,506 and 508 Market st, PITTSBURG, PA. jel7-n PAULSON BROTHERS. A- m G h m i L W C E T r o TENPJIS OUTFITS. Caps, 60c; belts, SOc; blazers, S3 60 and SI; knee pants, S3 and S3 60; lone; pants, S3: silk sashes, all colors, S3 60; flannel shirts, all colors, from SI 60; silk Jersey shirts. S4 to $7. These suits are of the best imported English shrunk flannels. The belts and sashes are of woven silk. The shirts and jerseys of the finest flan nels and silks. Ladies' blazers, S3 So and S4. See our complete English outfits, including cap, blazer, belt, shirt and pants, only SI0. Oc. STRAW HAT8. 50e. Straw Hats for gentlemen and ladies, boys and misses in the sailor, yacht and all new shapes and brands from 60c. $1 HAMMOCKS. $1. As usual, we are the first in the Hold with the best Hammocks at the lowest prices. Try our American woven "Perfection" Hammock; best in the world: length 11 feet, -width 3 feet; will not pull off buttons like the old style Mexican Hammock; only SL We have big family and picnic Hammocks also. ' PAULSON BROS., 441 .V00D STREET. Five Doors below Fifth avenue. jel4-5rwy PURE Apollinaris. Bedford, Poland, Salu taris. Strontia, Saratoga, Sorudel, WAmt'D Clysmic, Bethesda, Yichy, Buffalo, WAliJil Lithia, Eureka. GEO. K. STEVENSON k CO., SIXTH AVENUE. JalM9-tWT vh , - Sf7 - J , - ft f.- .V t"... . " -r NO DOUBT As to vhere you should buy your FURNITURE, CARPETS and HOUSEFURNISHING GOODS, if economy is the object you have in view. KEECH'S MCAJMCMCOTBC Cash and Credit House, 923 and 925 Penn Ave,, ' is the house for you to pat' ronize, if you want to save money, and get dependable and stylish merchandise. jel7-jfWT Assets . J9JC71.69633. Insurance Co, of North America. Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM la JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. vt202-J RESORTS. ON THE BEACH. Atlantic Crrr, N. J., - HADDON HALL je5-91 BDWIN LIPPINCOTT. TTNITED STATES HOTEL U Atlantic City, N. J. The largest and leading hotel. H. B. WARDEN, Manager. jel&34 B. H. BROWN, Proprietor. mHE NEW COLUMBIA. I CAPE MAY, N. J. Opens June 15. 18S9. James Mooney, "Owner." FRANK H. HILDRETH, (Late of the Hotel Lafayette.) jeH-73-Mwy Proprietor. A SBDRY PARK-HOTEL BRUNSWICK J A leading hotel in every respect. Beauti fully sitnated near the beach. All rooms com mand an unobstructed view of the ocean. Ap pointments unsurpassed. Drainage and Sani tary arrangements perfect. For information address MORGAN fc PARSONS. JelWo CTOTEIi NORMANDIE, ATLANTIC CITY, NOW OPEN. Under new management. T. C. GILLETTE, Prop'r. my23 Late of Colonnade Hotel, Philada. THE ELDREDGE.N0.18 80UTH CARO LINA avenne, within three minutes' walk of depot or beach. Large, cheerful rooms, ex cellent table. Terms moderate. MRS.E.J. ELSREDGE. Proprietress. mvl6-91-D 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. aplO-Sl-D E. ROBERTS &. SONS. fTHE TKEMONT. SEA GIRT, N. J. a W.LEEDS. jel-S-p Winter address, Cinnaminson. N. J, T IHE WINDSOR, CAPE MAY. N. J. Directly on the beaen. Now open. JeM-D W. W. GREEN. THE ISLESWORTH, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. On the beach, sea end of Virginia avenue. JB7-19-EOD BUCK fc McCLELLAN. Thomson House, Kane; McKEAN CO., PENNSYLVANIA. 2,000 feot above ocean level. Open all the year. Now prepared for the reception of sum mer visitors. Rates, S3 00 per day and from S7 00 to SH 00 per week. Write for circular. jel3-2-l C H. KEMP, Prop. RENOVO HOTEL, RENOVO, Clinton Co., Pennsylvania, L200 feet ahove ocean level. Open all the year. Now prepared for the reoeption of summer visitors. Bates, S2 00 per day and from $7 00 to S14 00 per week. Write lor. circular. jel3-8-r C. H. KEMP, Prop. BRESSON bPRINGS, PENNA., MAIN J line Pennsylvania Railroad, on top of ALLEGHENY MOUNTAlNa THE MOUNTAIN HOUSE Will open Juna 23. All trains step at Crsson. For circulars, etc., address WM. K. DUHHAJkt, HUpt, my7-2-SSU Cresson, Cambria Co., Pa. SEA ISLE CITY, N. J., By the ocean; hotels opent Continental, Tirol!, Surf House, Sea View, Philadelphia, Mansion and others: cottage boarding bouses: Floral, Rosedale, Ocean View, European and others; magnificent beaob, bathing and sea views: rates moderate. Information C. K. LANDI8, jel2-48 103 Locust st, Philadelphia. STOCKTON HOTEL, CAPE MAY, N. J, OPENS JUNE 15. RATES, S3 and M, PER DAY. Special rates by the week, month or season. Newly painted, remodeled and improved; $60,000 expended. New Ball and Amusement Room; Children's new Dining, Ball and Play Rooms. Cnlsineand service first-class. Elesant suites with parlor, bath and closet. Orchestra of 11 pieces. Dogs not taken. F. THEO. WALTON, jel5-30 Proprietor. o iWim to the Semple the Semple Stores will be closed till further notice. 1- ', F " i z ' MID-SUMMER SALE WITH ITS NOW GOING ON. SILKS, DRESS GOODS, MILLNERY, HOSIERY, LJ)Ct clJlpil?, PARASOLS, Umbrellas andFans, Etc. k Siraorsfo Morris RDanziger, SIXTH ST. AND PENN AVENUE, Jel7-rwr GEORGE T. CARTER, INVESTMENT BOND& CUfilfi Hamilton Building xnylO-70-B Fittsbnrz, Fa. Startling tans (ADVERTISEMENT.) THIS IS THE TICKET AGAINST PROHIBinON: PROHIBITORY AMENDMENT -TO THE- CONSTITUTION. Against the Prohibitory Amendment. VOTE IT TO-MOBKOW EST THE INTEREST OP UBERTY AND INDEPENDENCE. death of Mr. William -i "sr ' - Very proper inquiry it is. Why, this! in making an outlet to sell in about five weeks, enough of our cloth ing to ordinarily do us a sea son, we have taken the short road of cutting off profits. So, then! for every dollar you spend till these goods are gone you get as much as if you spent the best part of two. And, it's clothing that deserves our unequivocal in dorsement. Wanamaker & Brown, Sixth street and Fenn avenue. JelT-n HEARTHE OTHER SIDE JUSTONCE MISS KATE FIELD AGAINST PROHIBITION, OLD jel7.1S onnr hall, to-night. ANCHOR REMEDY COMP'NY, 329 LIBERTY STREET, PITTSBURG, PA. J. B. Golden, 6103 Bntlur street; city, says: "I was able to throw away my crotches after using one half a bottle of tha Anchor Rhea- initio Remedy, I consider my core; marvelous and heartily indorse the remedy." Price GOe. We would be elad to nave von rive the Anchor Sarsaparilla a trial. 'Tis the ideal blood purifier, and is especially adapted, enriching the blood and Invigorating the sys tem. Onr Beef. Wine and Iron Is also meettng tha wants of the public. 'Tis the best tonic in the market, and we confidently recommend Jt a such. Onr price of each 75 cents; six bottles ti, HOUSE-CLEANING TIME Is here. Ton will need curtains renovated and carpets cleaned. There is but one place wher yon can get them done in the best manner pos sible, and that is at CHAS. PFEIFER'Sr ALLEGHENY STEAM LAUNDRY". Offices in Pittsburg; 443Smlthflsld street, IBIS Carson street, and 100 Federal street, Alleghe y. Works, S5M69 Beaver avenue, Allegheny Telephone 1261 mh38-MWT The Great English Complexion SOAP, PEARS' " ",S,-12- snnp f sv II OT ill fflisti, tit tewan of lultattaij. J8lS 'V ' 'X u Jfe&&Ji --.iiM...r..vTi ... .. . . ..v. . v7L"!3 ini man 1 1 11 riuMsriniinmiTiin ir 11 pyss-MWT L.i,