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-tc'Iftft" THE HUTS. 40 More of the Little Chicago Ready- ?.Uade Houses to be Ordered. (CHARITI MAKING THE MEN LAZY. :1k The Cambria Iron Works-Anxious to IlaTe the Commissary Bemoved. JOHKSTOTO STOKES QOlKii TET "WELL rFBOM A STATP CORKKSrOKDIXT.J Johsstow", June 27. There have been teti applications for houses. It has been de cided to give every family having more than four children two of the small houses. This arrangement is quite satisfactory. Xo more of the Chicago huts have arrived. Governor Beaver approved the suggestions of the Finance Committee, and no more trill be ordered. He telegraphed the committee to have Master Carpenter Hughes build the houses. The Finance Committee did not take any action on the Governor's tele gram, but the bouses will be built in the future. The committee discussed the advisability of sending representatives from the boroughs to see the Governor about the distribution or the money. If the boroughs are not con solidated the committee hopes they will act together until the money; is distributed. The election of representatives will be held on Saturday. There will be two from each borouch and these men. about 16 in num ber, will be delegated to consult with Gov ernor Beaver. It is not believed the boroughs will con solidate, outside of Conemaugh and Mill ville. The others are said to be willing, but as big works are located in these places the people do not care to give up a good thing. Another source of opposition to the scheme is the borough officers, who have no desire to lose their identity. They prefer to be kings of little hamlets rather than citizens of a big city. The furniture for the Chicago houses ar rived to-day. Some of it has been unloaded and the people are pleased. If the houses were larger the unfortunate citizens would be happier. Israel. SOT OPrOSlKG THE DOCTORS. The Red Cross Society Working With the Local Physicians. ITBOM A STAFF COKKE6FO.VDEST.1 Johxstowx, June 27. The Cambria. County Medical Society met this afternoon and appointed a committee to draw up a series of resolutions to the memory of Drs. Brinkie, Wilson and Marbourg, the mem bers of the fociety lost in the flood. A vote of thanks to Dr. Lee and the State Board of Health, Major Silliman, Sheriff McCandless ana )t. Johnson, ot toe military, and all other physicians who helped them after the disaster was passed. Dr. Horton, ot the Red Cross Society, made a statement in which he said the so ciety had come here to work with the local doctors, and whenever they have a patient who has a family doctor they will turn the patient over to him. Thev have no desire to deprive the doctors of their practice. A committee was appointed to write resolu tions commending the society for its good work, and Dr. Horton's statement was ac cepted. Major Silliman stated that ths State would hand over the Bedford street hospital and the medical stores next "Wednesday. The society decided to keep the hospital open for awhile, and Drs. Sheridan, Wagner and Homer will have charge of it. MAKES THE MEN LAZI. The Cambria Iron Comnnnv Wants the Connnlsary Removed Soon. trBOM A STAFF CORIHErOXDENT.l Johnstown, Jnne 27. About-300 men, including department officers, make up General Hastings' force at present. The list of workmen employed by the contractors is 1,800, and this number will be main tained for awhile. Judge Masters, of the Cambria Iron Works, thinks the commissary should be re moved as soon as possible. It is making the people lazy. He says the Cambria Iron Company can't get enough men to do the wort LOOKIiG AFTEE THEIE FDNDS. Contributing Cities ScndinKRcprcscntatives to Distribute Their Money. rrnosr a statt coRUEsroxuEKT.i Johnstown, June 27. Mr. Cullom, rep resenting the citizens of St, Paul, was here to-day conferring with the various com mittees about the distribution of that city's funds. He went to Harrisburg to see the Governor about it He declined to say much, but he wants to see that the money is properly distributed. Bepresentatives of other cities are looked for, and tbe local committees will be glad to welcome them. SO SITE IET SELECTED. The Cambria Iron Company In Doubt Where to Rebuild the Gamier mills. rraOM A STAFF COBEtSPOKDEST.J Johnstown, June 27. The directors of the Cambria Iron Company met again to day, but they did not decide where they will rebuild the Gautier works. It was rumored the wire mill would be put up at Coneraaugh and the steel mill near Sheridan station. The Losses Reported Yesterday. :feom a staff cobekspondekt.i JOHNSTOW2J, June 27. The following losses were reported to-day: Joseph Kuntz, $8,000; E. A. Lloyd, 10 houses, $20,600; Lloyd &. Jones, $5,000; estate of Dr. Hone. $65,000 to $75,000; Mrs. L. P. Leitenher cer, $9,000; J. G. Bergman, $5,000; Thomas Mor jran. $5,000: J. H. Becker, $3,800: B. Kearney, $8,000. Work or tho Red Cross Society. FROM A STAFF CORKESrOOTENT.J Joitnstowx, June 27. Mrs. Hammond, of tbe Red Cross Society, started to-day with 18 women for Asbbury Park. Two men anda lady of tbe German branch of the Dutieiy m lunwauKce nave arrived ana offered their services. An Excellenf'Indlcatlon. rFROM A STAFF COKEZSPOSDKrT.I Johnstown, June 27. The stores are doing an immense business. They are crowded all day long with buyers, and this is one of the strongest indications that the people are awake and fast recovering from the disaster. The Body of John Ross Fonnd. irEOM A STAFF COIIEE6PONDIOT.J Johnstown, June 27. Seven -bodies were recovered to-day. John D. Boss, the cripple of Pittsburg, was found along the railroad under a car. Another was recog nized as that sf Tiny Jacoby. The rest are unknown. x Little Johnny Barns Discovered. tFEOM A BTAFr CORBISPONDrXT. Johnstown-, June 27. Little Johnny Barns was discovered to-day by one of the. officers. His mother is dead and Johnny had been sleeping tinder the platforms. General Hastings took charge of him. No Date Yet for n Sons; Service. (FBOK X STAFF COKBEftrOXDEKT.l Johnstown June 27. General Hast ings has not decided on a day for the serv ice of Bong.Hc approves tbe idea, but be can't tell -wJmb lie will be ready to leave vonnsiown. THE PITTSBURG DISFATUL, J'KiDAX, JUKE .28, .1889. ' 5 M i wH IKTEUNATIONAL AFFAIRS. Win. J. Friday NEW ADYERTISEaiEKTS. NEW AOTERTISEftlEXTfl .'.,. KEW ADTERT18EMEKT&, KKW, ADVERTISEMENTS. SEW AD TERT13E WESTS- H Ex-ailnlstcr l'lielps Delivers nn Address on Oar Forrlca Relations. Boston, Jnno 27. At the meeting of the Phi Beta Kappa fraternity at Harvard to-day Edward J. Phelps, late minister to England, de livered the principal address. Mr. Phelps' ora tion dealt largely with International affairs. It was closely Lstened to and frequently in terrupted by applause. The speaker com batted the theory of tbe Earl ot Lytton that principles ot morality have no control in the intercourse of nations; that governments are neither capable of nor amen able to ethical rules, and are to be guided only by consideration of expediency, and that obli cations based upon tbe material rights of man bare no place In determining tbe rules of inter national action. He declared that the time bad come when a consistent, distinctive and definite American policy in international rela tions should be established, one tbat would not chance with tbe exigencies of politics. It should prefer right to expedient, should be neither acsressne nor offensive, lair toward others while just to ourselves, invading no right we ourselves would not surrender, and establishing no precedent we may afterward wish to evade. Upon the line thus deliberately adopted the stand should be absolutely firm and unyielding, baiu he: "I do not say an administration may not be overthrown for tbe defects and features of its foreign policy, its incompetency, its neg lect, its blunders. Tbat might well occur in the conduct of a foreign war, and yet every citizen is bound to support, as asamst the ene my, the very operations be disproves. All I contend for is tbat questions relating to exter nal affairs should be judged on their own merits and not upon party grounds; tbat the Government should be sustained abroad until a better one can be put in its place, ana that it should be sustained in this particular at home until it is found to be in the wrong. AVe cannot afford to obtain party advantages at tbe expense of just foreign relations. But for the maintenance of a more effectual foreign policy it is not enough tbat it should be just and well considered, and that we should be "united in support of it at borne. We must likewise be known to be strong enouch to enforce it. At home we may safely aery uie wona in arms. sut Dy land we snail never be attacked. If we are ever so unfor tunate as to be involved in war with any coun try great enough to go by tbe sea, the issue must be determined upon the sea and not upon tbe shore. I would propose, therefore, as one of the first steps toward such an international attitude as it seems our country should assume, and having assumed maintain, that a naval force should be created that sbonld leave us nothing to fear from collision with any other naval pon er in the world. "Arbitration is one of the most plausible words in tbe English language; but it means one thing to those w ho have had much to do with it and quite another to those who have not Neertheless, imperfect remedy that itis. It will continue to be sometimes employed in a certain c'ass of international disputes, espe cially adjustment of money claims, public and private. But the idea that it can ever be made the ultimate resort of nations in those more important quarrels that involve questions of principle or honor, or that have stirred the blood and moved the passions of men, appears to me altogether chimerical." In referring to the position of our Ministers abroad, Mr. Phelps siid that a representative m a creat capital of Euiope should not only have bis proper rank among his diplomatic col leagues, but should be provided with an official residence becoming to the dignity of his country, and be provided with a sufficient pecuniary allowance to enable him to maintain with credit the position in which he is placed and to return suitably hospitalities which he cannot decline. A ST0KI SHAKING JONAH'S. One More Unfortunate With Something Novel About the Flood. A peculiar case was reported in Allegheny yesterday. A man visited the Allegheny Gen eral Hospital and asked to have the stump of bis arm dressed, which request was complied with. When asked how the arm had been In- i'ured tbe stranger said that he had gone from us country store to Philadelphia to buy goods, and was detained at Altoona by the flood washed tracks and sent home by the Alle gheny Valley Railroad. Near Driftwood the train stopped, and with a companion tbe man wandered around until he lost his way. After a night in the woods he started to find something to eat, and reached a cabin where two women were washing clothes. He asked for something to eat, and one of tbe women emptied a shotgun into his arm, and when be found a country doctor his arm had to be am putated. After a week or so he reached Alle gheny. The story is almost mysterious. , BORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE For Sunstroke. It relieves the prostration and nervous de rangement. .- Over 200 varieties of Imported Key "West and Domestic Cigars from 53 to $40 per 100. G. "W. Schmidt, Nos. 95 and 97 Fifth ave. B. fc B. At 8 o'clock this morning Special sale of 4,000 yards choice dress ginghams at 5o a yard center aisle front, Boggs & Btjhl. Lots of Remnants To-Day, Silks and woolen goods; prices low. Jos. Hobne & Co. 'a Penn Avenue Stores. With a $10 Bill Ton can walk into our store and make a selection from over 1,000 styles of men's fine suits manufactured from imported cheviots, diagonals, serges and cassimeres, and never meant to sell tor less than $20. To-day and to-morrow are the days, and you want to grasp these facts and hasten to act on them. These suits come in sacks and cutaways, and you can take choice at $10. P. C. C. C, corner Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new Court House. b. Jtn. . This morning Small bargain lot of light shade surah silks and a lot of pure silks in browns and olives at 25o were 50c. Must go to-day. Boggs & Buhl. Special One Lot Men's Gossamer Water proofs, SI 50, To close them out; they were $2 50 and $3. Jos. Hoene & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. B.&B. Fifty pieces 36 inch very choice batiste at 6tc Half-price special table this morning center aisle front. Boggs & Buhl. Fireworks! Fireworks! Finest assortment and prices the lowest Habkison's Tor Stobe, D 123 Federal St, Allegheny. The Best Napkins Hundreds of Dozens, $1 to $22 a dozen especially the $1 75, $2, 13, $i are notable for their good quality at the prices. Jos. Hobne & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. Waeteb Histed, society photographer, 35 Fifth ave. Entrance by elevator. Tste sS & Vigor and Vitality are quickly given to every part of the body by Hood's Sarsapanlla. That tired feeling is entirely overcome, the blood is purified, enriched and vitalized, the stomach Is toned and strengthened, the appetite restored, the kidneys and liver invigorated, the brain re freshed, tbe whole system built up. Try Hood's Sarsaparilla now. Hood's Sarsaparilla is sold by druggists. Prepared by C.L HOOD 4. CO., Lowell, Mass. BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA, 160 CUPS FOB H. CHOICEST, PUREST. BEST. TRYTT. Je24-irTTr w mm pints aud quarts from the Anheuser-Busch, j JL..A. VJuUiJl-& gwgfej 'i , v ' , dPfl ?j? g&2HSSBSE Wlk First Quality- ' DAHZFGXR A SHOffiBKUfcaii A Fine Display of Fireworks Suitable forfamilies, parties, clubs, etc., can be had for a very moderate sum br buying them at reduced club and family prices at J. H. Johnston's, 706 Smithheld street. Open Saturday evening and till i o'clock on the Fourth. If you are seeking for a very fine im the Iia Matilde Dortea Clear. asK to see cigar, asK to see brand. From 510 to $40 per 100. G. "W. Schmidt, 95 and 97 Fifth ave. California Wines. Claret, Sherry, Port, sweet and dry Ca tawba, Angelica, Muscatel and BeisliUtr, 60c Full quart or by case or gallon. Wm. J. Fbidat, 633 Smithfield st. WFSU Chnllls, French and American satines, lf.wns and ginghams, closing out cheap at H. J. Iynch's, 438 and 440 Market street. Thrsu Silver Age Bye at $1 60 per full quart. Sold everywhere. Principal depot, Max Klein, Allegheny. MWJ? Everything; in Fireworks. Splendid assortment; very lowest prices. J. H. Johnston, 706 Smithfield st. Ask for The Alberts cigar, 3 for 25c, o 56 50 per 100. Vfu. J. Fkiday, WESu 033 Smithfield st ninrrlnse licenses Granted Yesterday. Ksnis. Kesldenee. (Harry Cowan Pittsburg jbadleA. Cooper EwingMIUs 3 Tatrlck Enrielit 1'itUburg J Nora Hcaly Pittsburg J illchael Stelnmetz. Harrison township (Maria Hoflman Harrison township Je,in Bngllnccr Allegheny lAlfrledaM. Wilkinson Allegheny ( George O. Sommeivllie ..Flnley township Annie Onstott Moon township ( Wm. F. Rankin Mt. Pleasant township ( Nannie L. Moore Smith township ( reterWiesen Homestead (KateMagee Homestead (James Murphv Pittsburg Margaret Uorman Pitttbnrg ( Andrew Staff. Pittsburg i Elizabeth Uutberlet Pittsburg ( John L. Beekard Allegheny 1 Carrie T. fcchnelder ; Allegheny ( David J. Bowen Plttsbnrg Jllarriet Davis Pittsburg i Henry Walter Bnarpstuirg (MaryKuhn Oakmont borough (Klchard B. Surrell Indianapolis, Ind (l.ydla May Drum .Pittsburg Eugene L. Kussell - Cleveland, O (J. Addison Courtney Emsworth I Aggie M. Payne Allegheny (James J. Crowley Plttsbnrg (Amelia Schneider Pittsburg ( Andrew Krepp Allegheny 1 Sophia bnpe Allegheny David W. Hubley Marshall township 1 Blanche Hamilton Kerns City ( Ueorgo Steffier Allegheny l jenaiienacn Aiiegneny (Edward J. Black Chartlers 1 Louisa McKee Chartlers ( Elmer T. Graham Allegheny J Lizzie W. Drlpp Pittsburg (Alonza li. Seran New Cumberland, U (Florence Clothier. Allegheny (l6aao Watson nttsburg ( Carrie Anderson : Pittsburg ( James H. Corlm Pittsburg I Kose Trabert Pittsburg ( Wm. F.Thomas Homestead J Lizzie J. Hart , Homestead ( Wm. T. Troop Pittsburg Ibarah E. Dickey Pittsburg MARRIED. GRAHAM DRIPP3 Thursday evening, June 27, 1SS9, by Rev. J. W. Wltherspoon, D.D., Euike T. Gbakax and Lizzie W. Dripps. GOOD ZIMMERMAN On Thursday, Juno 20. at Calvary Episcopal Church, by the Rev. George Hodges, J. Edward Good and Lat BA Dayies, daughter of Paul Zimmerman. LOT YOUNG On Thursday evening, June 27, )SS9, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. Alexander Young, D. D., Edward P. Lot and Elizabeth Youho, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Kennedy. DIED. ARMSTRONG On Wednesday. Juno 28, 18S9. at 6 o'clock, Albert T. Armstrong, in his 36th year. Funeral from his late residence, Etna, on Fbi dat afternoon at 1 o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend. 2 BRITTAIN On Thursday, June 27. 1S89, at 920 a. si., Paul Porter, youncest child of John B. and Julie Berford Brittain, aged 3 months and 16 days. The friends of the family are respectfully In vited to attend tbe funeral services at tbe fam ily residence, Beaver street, Sewicklcy, Pa., on Friday evening, June 28, at 6.45 o'clock. interment private. BROAD WELL At 230 on Wednesday after noon, Catherine, Infant daughter of Thos. and Eliza Broadwell, aged 10 months and 11 days. Funeral from the parents' residence, at Craf ton, at 10.30 Fbtdat morning. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 DAY At her residence. No. 210 Arch street, Allegheny City, Thursday morning, June 27. 18S9, at 10.15 o'clock, Maby M. DAT, relict of the late James E. Day. Funeral services on Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment private at a later hour. 2 EWING At her home, Industry township, Beaver County, Pennsylvania, Thursday, June 27, at 2 p. M.. Mrs. MARY EWING, widow of the late A. W. Ewing, aged 72 ) cars and 6 months. Notice of funeral hereafter. EVANS Aged C years and 3 months, ANNIE, daughter of Lewis and Ann Evans. Funeral this afternoon from the resi dence of her parents, corner of Thirteenth and Neville streets, Southside, at 2.30. Friends of tbe family invited. FLAHERTY On Thursday, June 27, 1S89. at 3 P. M., Margaret, wife of Mirhael Klahertv, aged 53 years, at her residence, No. 1 Penn ave nue. ' Notice of funeral hereafter. JOYCE On Thursday, June 27, 1889. at 2 A. M., Margaret Joyce, aunt of Mrs. John Fogarty, in her 70th year. Funeral from the residence of her sister, Mrs. Honora Burke, 54 High street on Friday, June 23, at 2 p. it. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. MORGAN Entered into rest Wednesday evening. June 26, 18S9, at 9:15, Colonel JAMES a. moiiuAH, in ine sua year ot nis age. Funeral .services at his late residence, 437 Liberty street at 2 P. K. Saturday. Inter ment private at a later hour. 2 MAUCH On Wednesday, June 26, at 12.15 A. m., Maby E. Maech, aged 26 years. Funeral from the residence of her mother, at the head of Mt. Oliver Incline, on Friday, June 28, at 2 p.m. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 STHELLMAN On Thursday, June 27. at 11:15 am., Elmer, youngest son of J. W. E. and Flora Stnellm&n, aeed 3 months. Funeral from residence of parents. No. 28 McClure avenue, Allegheny, on Friday, June" 2S, at 4 P. m. Friends of the family are respect fully Invited to attend. ANTHONY MEYER, (Successor to Meyer, Arnold fc Co., Lira.,) UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER. Office and residence, 1134 Penn avenue. Tele phone connection. mylO9-MWFSu JAMES M. FULLERTON, UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER, No. G Seventh Street. Telephone 1153. ap27-S2-wrsu FLORAL EMBLEMS. CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND SMILAX A. M. cC jr. JB. MUIIDOCH, K1( SMITHFIELD ST. QIU Telephone 42a deS-H-irar ROSES, WATER LILIES. FLOWERS AND FLORAL WORK A GREAT SPECIALTY, At low prices daring summer. JOHN B. &aTmurdOOH, Telephone 239. EOS SufTHFiELD St. v je23-jrvnr pEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURGf IN 13d ASSETS, . . KPiXmZL .Insurance Co. of North America Losses adjusted and paid b WILLIAM L JONEa 81 Fourth aTenue. ja2Q2-D ).waUi,.I,.UM..n. flESSr 1" "H $ ' ,H new jewels store, g? i gj . Fairest Prices. :M 37 FIFTH AVENUE, (B 1 IBS, m :lR WATTLES &SHEAFER, SignofBlgOlookon Sidewalk. "Wo will close our store at S p. Jr.. except Saturdays, until September L je21-irwr YOUB CHANCE AT THE GBEAT BANKRUPT SALE of J. It, ANDERSON'S entire Stock of DRY GOODS, purchased from the Sheriff for SPOT CASH and only needs a look to convince of the GENUINE BABGAINS. T, II. L 138 Federal St, Allegheny, Pa. je26-MWFSu ZLiAJDIIES' SILK HOSIERY. Just received, new lot of Ladies' Silk Hose, in all weights and prices. Our Black Silk Stocking at 75c a pair is an extraordinary good one at tbe price. All our Colored and Black Silk Hose at 85c have been reduced to 75c, including the newest shades. Better duality Black Silk at $1 and $1 25. Our old rellablo Spun Silk In plain black feet, and white cotton soles, at $1 50. This is the best thine for tho money that can be had. Better grade of spun with cotton soles at $2. Ladies' puro silk in plain feet and colored silk hose at $2 50, regular S3 stocking. Still finer quality at $3 in black, plain, colors and two-toned. Best quality Ladles' pure silk in plain colnrs In drop stitched and plain black at S3 50. Ladies desiring silk hosiery of any descrip tion should give us a call and examine our stock, as we know we can interest you in that line. LADIES' JERSEY SILK GLOVES. Sev eral odd lots. Pure Silk Gloves, 65c and 75c qualities, re duced to 60c per pair. SI and 00c qualities reduced to 75c per pair' in Tans and Modes shades. Lisle Glove. Jersey and Ribbed-top at 25c a pair on counter, 40c and 50c Roods. Full lines of Silk Gloves and Mitts all prices and qualities. Very best values going. HORNE & WARD, 41 FIFTB AVENUE. je28-D THERE CAN BE 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 MAMMOTH Cash and Credit House, 923 and 925 Penn Ave,, is the house for you to pat ronize, if you want tcf save money, and get dependable and stylish merchandise. Jel7-stWF PHOTOGRAPHER, 18 BIXTH STREET. A fine, large crayon portrait $3 6U; see them before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets, $2 and t2 SUper dozen. PROMPT DELIVERY. apli-10-Mwrsu ANCHOR REMEDY COMP'NY, UBERTY STREET, Why do yon pay tl 00 per bottle for Barsanarilla and Renf! Winn and Iron when you can buy either pre paration from us at 75c ner bottle. six bottles $1 00, and quality guar anteed to he the best lu tbe mar ket; We have numerous testimo nials from DhvsfniAnn and other indorsing our Liver Pills as a mild and effective cathartic. They are unsurpassed. After giv ing them a trial you will use no others. Price 25c For sprain, bruises and aU rheumatic pains, use the Anchor Liniment. It has no eanal. Come and see us if you are In any way auueteo. uwx The Great English Complexion SOAP. PEARS' SO A M all Mggfsts, tat ftewarc of Imlpcm, mmL 329 1 7 ma i fi rniin i r rormrnrirtn - iraAfinvcannn. tvih BOOKS -FOB- SUMMER READING Vagabondia, by Frances Bur nett, 38a That Frenchman, by Gunter, 38c Mr. Potter, of Texas, bv 'Gunter, 38c. Mr. Barnes, of New York, by Gunter, 38c Leavenworth Case, Anna Katharine Green, 38a Color Studies, by Thomas A. Jauvier, 38c. Two Daughters of One Race. W. Heimburg, 50c. Derrick Vaughan, Novelist, by Edna Lyall, 25c. Harvest, by John Strange Winter, 25c. Three Years, by Josephine, Countess Schwerin, 20c. The Ladies' Gallery, by Justin McCarthy, 20a The Girl from Malta, by Hume, 20c. A Mere Child, by L. B. Wal- ford, 20c. Valerie, by the Duchess, 20c. NEW BOOKS ARRIVING DAILY. 15,000 PAPER COVERED BOOKS, Mostly Novels, Good Paper and Good Type, at ONLY 5 CENTS EACH. Fleishman & Go's. NEW DEPARTMENT STORES, 504,506 and 508 Market st, PITTSBUBG, PA. f Je28-D PAULSON BROTHERS. LADIES' BLAZERS, 83 50 and 84. TENANTS OUTFITS. Caps, 50c; silk belts, 60c; flannel blazers. S3, 3 50 and H flannel shirtx, from 1 50 to U; silk shirts, from S3 50 to $7; silk jersey shirts. Si 50 to S7; long pants, $5: knee pants, S3 and 3 SO, Complete outfit, including English flannel cap, blazer, belt, shirt and pants, only 310. Our blazers are yery wide stripe. This is the correct thine this year. Our English Lounging Suits are white with line blue or brown lines. $1 HAMMOCKS. $1. Best woven "Perfection" from 1 to tile lar cestmade. Length 11 feet, width a feet Will not pull off buttons. 50c. STRAW HATS. 30c A Eood Straw Hat for 50c, 75c and fL Of course we have the finest also. f f PAULSON. BROS., 441 AVO'OD STREET. Five Doors below Fifth avenue. N. B. Ladles' Sailor Yacht Hate, Steamer Caps and Riding Hats now Teady. je2ff-3tw7 165, flBiM llllllfliiii illmllll fiMlllWll if lifti IjlEBIwI flMramflvf If limit 11 11 1 a'-kx S-EIMIIPXj yIt is Necessary to reduce stock a.ud we are offering some extraordinary bargains, ' which must pay you to see. Closing out prices on Satines, i8c French Satines 22c, were 35c; the new Crepelines all going at bargain figures. .Wool Dress Goods. Fifty pieces double widths Cashmeres i2jc, 75c w;ool imported suitings now 50a Silks Unrivaled. Grand values at 7SC 875c, and 24-inch at oc, $1 weaVes. In this connection see the full width Black Skirting La'ce at 75' c, worth $1 25. Carpets and Curtains. We continue the clearing sale of Carpets. Body Brussels, 45c and 50c. Ingrains, Hall and Stair Carpets, Rt Mats and Mattings at money saving prices. See the Lace Curtains at Sr, were $1 50 and up to $5; these prices are specially good. Parasols and Umbrellas. At this clearing sale? the Parasols come in for a big cut in prices, $2, $3 and (4 Parasols now $1 to fa t Misses' Parasols, 10c to Si, just half Men's Unlaundned Shirts 3730, regular 50c goods. Men's fine French Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers 35c, regular 56c Boys' Percale Waists reduced away down fn price. Short lengths 9-4 Unbleached Pepperel Sheetings i2jc; 10-4 wide Applique Flowers, large- selection, will go at i5x Samples sent when-requested. . . w . ..). . f sW . special j usr.openea two cases ynauis It's poor policy to make a reputation for keeping second rate goods. There's too much competition, and the wider the reputation the more a merchant is injured. To get first place in our business we tie high quality to a just price. If you could see how critically we examine the cloth, and the workman ship, you would say: "They're more particular than we are. We are. We mean to be at least twice as particular as you. Ask and we'll welcome your questions about quality. Examine critically. We're glad to have, you assure your self how good our clothing is. Thin Goods and Serge Suits all sizes and prices. 1,000 styles of goods for to-measure work. Wanamaker & Brown, Sixth street and Penn avenue. If low prices will sell our goods they'll not be carried into next season. ' je23-D SEASONABLE SPECIALTIES, CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' HATS AND BONNETS. All the new and pretty tbiDES in this line to be found here, hand and machine made, from 25c to $2 50. Boys' Blouse and. Kilt Suits In linen, P. K. and light-weight cloth. AH the new and nobby styles. Prices to soit all. NURSES' APRONS, EXTRA QUALITY, At reduced prices. Embroidered polka dots and scolloped, tacked and pi; Iain wide hems, 25c, 40c,50c. 65c. 85c, SL They are ceruiniy very cheap. SPECIAL LINE OF EXTRA FINE WHTTiS DRESSES, AGES L 2, 3, To be closed at half-price. Now is the time to tray. aENUINK nice fine goods (such as are only to be found here) at bargain prices. New Waists and Blouses In Madras, Cheviot, Flannel and Bilk, from 81 69 to Si 25. All Departments fall of barealns. A, t CAMPBELL fi JSOHS, 710 PENN AVENUE. 710 PENN BUILDING. Between Seventh and Eighth sts. je25-TWSu THE MERCANTILE AGENCY R. G. Bun & 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 Section of Trade. Debts Collected and Legal Business Attended to throughout the North American Continent. MLLE. E. DREYER. NO. 644 PENN AVENUE. IMPORTER OF FRENCH MILLINERY, Trimmed Bonnets and ronnd Hats. Mourning a Specialty. mhl8-78-TUP Trnrn-vr a insurance co., ljL.JLN Ci- Hartford, Conn. Assets, January L 1887 S,5BS,839 50 EDWARDS A KENNEY, Agents. OQ Fourth avenue Pittsburg. fal5-59-acr D UNCAJS C. WHITE, Btrlldlng Contractor, 71 Diamond street. Second door above Smithfield, Pittsburg. fel4-7-Mwr 167 and 169 FEDERAL beautiful styles now 6c, 8c, roc and come early for choice- Chains, excellent styles, 5c and 6c. Batistes, Bargains in French, colored Wool in black and colored Dress Silks from 50c a yard up. Special attention and Si 2c. Fqualhr (rood barrraLns prices. . v f .. .. ueiges, lovely patterns, tne propcrtnrogrorvwarin weaxner, iriu usr di COMFORTABLE CLOTHING. Indications for hot weather sug gest inquiry as to your need of cool garments. Look through this list and if you intend purchasing we would have you know that our prices are the lowest. Blue serge suits, blue, black and gray serge coats and vests, drap d'ete, mohair, alpaca flannel and seersucker coats and vests. Fancy and plain white vests, Oxford and flannel shirts, balbriggan underwear, etc, etc. We would also call your atten tion to our line of STRAW HATS for Men, Boys and Children, which embraces the latest novelties. -- STRASSBU & JOSEPH, Tailors, CIotMers and Hatters, m 161, 163 Federal St,, Allegheny. 0OKftfr3H8-oCt je23-wrsn. HOUSE-CLEANING TIME Is here. Yon will need curtains renovated and carpets cleaned. There is bnt one place where you can get them done in the best manner pos sible, and that is at CHAS. PFEIFER'S ALLEGHENY STEAM LAUNDRY. Offices in Pittsburg; -H3Smithfleld street, 1913 Carson street, and 100 Federal street, Alleghe y. Works, 35J-3C9 Beaver avenue, Alleghe ny Telephone 12M. mh26-aiWF fc Mug's Frencli Tailor System of dress cutting. The only system In America tbat cuts the Worth bias dart. It consists of a tailor's wooden square, wooden dart and sleeve rule and scales, the same as best merch ant tailors use, and a 40-page Instruction book. .System aud thorough instruction in cutting and basting. $10. Call for circulars or address M. A. DAVIS, 611 Penn ave. myH-WTHu BONA FIDE CLOSING-OTTT SAEE To settle the estate of J. P. Smith, deceased. Our entire stock of Lamps, Chandeliers and Hall Lights, Household J China and Glass, Tea, Dinner and Chamber Sets, Clocks, Bronzes and Gas fixtures, High Art Pottery and Bric-a-Brac, Fancy Tables, Pedestals and Easels at prices that must dispose of them very rapidly. All goods marked in plain figures, with both former and present prices. The J. P.Smith Lamp, Glass and China Co., 935 Penn Ave., between Ninth and Tenth StSi P. S. This is a positive Closing-Out Sale preparatory to -our actual .retirement from business, for reasons as above named. The feast of bargains we are offering will enable the public to purchase fine and sterling goods at prices much below those asked for inferior grades. Wedding gifts in profusion. je23-WTSU ES STOEES STREET, ALLEGHENY, i24c, for American productions; choice colors. The 25c and 30c fancy dress fabrics now i8v Cashmeres; a notable number is the in Surahs, Satin Marvelleieux, Radzimeres, Baratheas and other: Men s Gauze Shirts 15c and 25c, worth 35c and 40c quadi ty. Ladies' Ribbed Jersey Vests, 12c, 15c and 20c. Toadies' Blouse Jerseys, black and colors, at $1 25, were $2. at 15c; the 9-4 and 10-4 Bleached at 15c and i8fc respectively. Gloves, Hosiery and Millinery; M.11I Orders filled at lowest prices, I ! ! . - - . - -.-...- , ijiiiiwitaiii I "mM -or- twm 139,000 NOW GOING ON. DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS, STT,KS, WASH GOODS,; LACE CURTAINS. WHITE GOODS,- HOSIERY, GLOVES, Muslin Underwear, JERSEYS, Vj! WRAPS, MILLINERY, etc., At less than cost to man ufacture. H k Successors to Morris H. Danziaer, SIXTH ST. AND PENN AVENUE. je21-irwT PURE Apolllnarig. Bedford, Poland, Sain, taris. Strontia. Saratoga. SrrudeL Ua'VUU lysmic, jsemesaa, vicny. .Buffalo. n mull uinia, turf Ka. ia. Eureka. . -- GEO. K. STEVENSON 4 CO.. ' SIXTH AVENUE. JalMB-xwi"' PA. sold early in the season racjcia India Linens, Summer Flannels aabj? Th 50c quality now 25c. called to the Black Gros Grainsj best assortment and lowest pricft,i -ic ' ? 'K' , . -- j. , .;v t a lew aays, 5c j9BI 8? rtS ia f'4 , J" --? .