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THE PITTSBTTKG - DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JUNE:
ONTflEWATCE
Organization Formed to Scrutinize
j$i r the Appointments.
.
MATERIAL
FOR POLITICAL USE.
Aft.
iThe Anti-Malione ilen in Yirglnia Eeceite
Anotber Black Eye.
EEDEEICK DOUGIiASS GETS A TLACE.
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nisJpiEfennent Si Krt Teiy rieajlaj to the Colored
j3t' reputation.
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' A new labororganization has been formed
for the purpose of watching all the appoint
ments made in 'the public service. If that
element does not get its share of the places
there will be a protest in the future. Fred
erick Douglass has.bcen appointed Minister
to Hayti. Another Mahone man has been
recognized -in Virginia.
rSrECIXI. TELEGEAM TO THE DISPATCH.1
"Washington, June 28. Information
that is perfectly reliable lias reached the cor
respondent of The Dispatch that a secret
organization of working people and friends
of 'the laboring classes has been formed to
watch, the course of appointments, and sum
up at the close of the administration or
President Harrison wnat has been done for
the class they represent. The organization will
have its headquarters in Washington, but will
have branches in every Stale, which will re
port regularly to the central boay.
' A careful investigation will be mads of
everv appointee, both In the States and in
"Washington. In cases where friends of the
labor movement are candidates and are re
jected for others, all the circumstances con
nected with the refection will be ascertained
ana had for nse in the coming campaigns, the
Intention, of course, being to boycott every
person who has used his influence against the
appointment of the candidate satisfactory to
the laoor element. The organization is now in
its inception, and is proceeding very cautiously
in its acquisition of members, as it is the pur
pose of its -projectors to accept none but earnest
advocates of the liberation of the wage worker
and not men who have joined labor organi
zations for selfish purposes.
NOT A PARTISAN BODY.
An intimation thrown out that the new or
ganization might work In the Interest of the
Democratic party was met with the assertion
that it would favor no one party more than an
other, bnt would work wholly in the interests
of the appointment of friends of labor to
office, because under the Government better
pay Is received for shorter hours of labor than
under the private or corporate employer. In
this city the present membership is said to be
composed of the most reputable of the labor
leaders, and the branches in other localities
will be so far as possible made up of similar
material.
The current fiscal year comes to an end to
morrow, and it is expected that the beginning
of the new year on Monday, when the old
books are closed and the new appropriations
made available, there will be a large number of
official changes in the department. Conse
quently the office seekers are looking np i lit
tle, and especially those who are applicants for
departmental positions. Among the appoint
ments made to-day that of Watt, to be Marshal
for the Western district of Virginia, has again
set the tongues of anti-Mahone men wagging
with indignation against the President, as watt
is a Mahone man of the deepest dye.
They are getting used to the appointment of
Mahone men, however, and are now beginning
to temper their anger with some small amount
of philosophy. The incumbency of the office of
Chief of the Bureau of Engraving and Print
ing, which has been banging fire for so long,
was settled this evening. At 4 o'clock Secre
tary Windom sent for Captain Meredith, of
Chicago, a personal friend of the President, and
a member of his old regiment, and informed
him that be must make himself ready to take
charge of the bureau on Monday. He will get
his commission to-morrow.
WITH MIXED FEELINGS.
While the appointment of Hon. Frederick
Douglass Minister of Hatti will be ceneraUy
nonnlar. it is vBrr distaste fnl to Ir portion
ox tbe 'colored people, of the District of
Columbia. This population is divided into
. cliques socially, and Douglass has always been
classed with tbe kid clove element on account
of bis wealth and delusiveness. He mingles
socially with the very few of the colored
people, and those generally are persons of
means and who have held public office. The
factrhathe married a white wife also has
caused much ill feeling against him among tbe
colored people.
Another ground of objection is his alleged
parsimony, which has led to look for fat offices,
in which bo would give positions always to per
sons of bis own family and clique, while his
ability and eloquence are admitted by all, for
these reasons a large class opposed his reap
pointment as Recorder of Deeds, for which
office he was an applicant, and the same class
is much disgruntled at bis elevation to a min
isterial position. Tbe popular opinion, bow
ever, is that in view of possible complications
with Hayti the selection of a colored man pos
sessing tbe fine address and abilities of Doug-
lass is tbe best that could have been made.
PHESIDENTAL CALLERS.
A Number of Dlstlncuiabcd Visitors nt the
White Uonce.
"W ASHrtfGToy,June28.-There wasa slight fall
ing off in tberush of visitors to the White House
tolay, but they were sufficiently numerous to
engage tbe President's undivided attention for
three hours. Among those who saw the Presi
dent were Vice President Morton, Senators His
cock, Dolph.-Higgins, ex-Senator Conger. Prof.
Chamberlain, of Iowa; Representatives Far-
qubar. Coleman. Urosvenor, Thompson and
Burton,-Dr. W. p. Johnson, of Indianapolis,
ana Recorder Trotter.
Work of tbe Slonx Commission.
Chambeklts, Dae., June 28. A large dele
gation of Indians from Lower Brule Agency is
in the city making inquiries in regard to tbe
Sioux Commission. From them it is learned
that their people at the agency are preparing
for the arrival of the commission, and tbe Indi
ans appear very anxious to learn what success
tbe commission is meeting with at tbe agencies
now being visited. These Indians sav that the
news brought them by courier from the upper
agency is very encouraging for the ratification
of the Sioux bill.
O'Brien Before tbe Parnell Commission.
London, June 28. At the meeting of the
Parnell Commission to-day.Mr. James O'Brien,
member of Parliament, refused to say whether
be bad been a member of tbe Fenian Execu
tive Council.
Phrslcluns Acknowledge There
Is Xeis
Deafness.
Sett Xoek, Jane 28. Physicians have
watched with a jealous eye the increasing
popularity of tbe sound disk invented byH.
A. Wales, of Bridgeport, Conn., as patients
who liave been under their care for years
hsyre in a week's time had their hearing re
stored by its use, and they acknowledge
that there may be a decrease in the per
centage of deaf people in the census of 1890.
A STAGE ROMANCE, Lrfc
tied Kate Tempest, toubrette, will appear com
plete in to-morrow's Dispatch.
Apollinaris
' "THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS
"People cannot hearken too
earnestly to the WARNINGS
already soundea by medical men
against the indiscriminate use of the
ALLEGHENY WATER at this
time."
- "J?r. W. T. Englisk said: 'It
cannot be' told Jww long the water
will 'be impure; it may be for months'."
Pittsburg Dispatch, June 4th, 1889.
1 " The furity of APOLLINA
RIS offers the bestsegtrity against
the dangers whicfc are common to
most of the ordinary drinking
waters." Loadon Medical Record.
OaaGrKtti.VrKffuk, tfMin.Wat.DttUn.
fBEWAREXF IMITATIONS
VTIONS,
jeiMH-as'
Do Yon Share the UmallsT
Why not use other people's brains as well
as your own in order to lessen life's work,
and especially so when the coming hot
weather will make lire a burden to those
who have to do laborious housework? The
very word "Pearline" sounds clean and
sweet enough to recommend even a poorer
article. But "Pearline" does as clean and
as sweet work as its name implies. Now if
there be a honsekeeper among the thousands
of "Witness readers who has hitherto lived
so far beneath her privileges as not t have
used "Pearline," surely she will at once
purchase a packet and test what it will do
for her. "Pearline" represents brains.
That is, it is the product of long and hard
processes of thought, investigation and
experiment. You are invited to share the
results. From New York "Witness, June
12,1889.
GEEAT
shirts.
variety in silk and flannel
J AltES H. Aiken & Co.
KATIE TEMPEST, XW!
ttage, written by Emma V. Sheridan, will ap
pear complete in to-morrow't Dispatch.
lUnrrlnfo Licenses Granted Yesterday.
Name. Residence.
( LouU Stelnman Pittshnrg
J Llizle Uoldcnberg . Pittsburg
ftm. J. Stevenson Allegheny
I Maggie E. Kane Allegheny
(Patrick O'Brien Pittsburg
i Bridget Uopagan Pittsburg
1 Charles V. Boorquln... 4. Pittsburg
1 Emma Richard Allegheny
(John J. Thompson Pittsburg
I Alary E. Savage rittsburg
(Peter Spudlc Plttsbnrg
lalariaDrenovsKi Pittsburg
aiAcciEn.
LOT KENNEDY On Thursday evening,
June 27, 1SS9, at the'residence of the bride's
parents, by the Rev. Alexander Young. D. D.,
Edward P. Lor and Elizabeth Young,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Kennedy.
DIED.
DAVIES On Friday morning. June 28, IKS.
at 2.-03 o'clock, John D. Davics, in his 73d
year.
Funeral from his late residence. No. 449
Forbes street, near Seneca street, SABBATH
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the fam
ily are respectfully invited to attend.
DAY At her residence. No. 210 Arch street,
Allegheny City, Thursday morning, June 27.
J8S9, at 10:43 o'clock, MART 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
EWTNG At her home, Industry township,
Beaver county, Pennsylvania, Thursday, Juno
27, at 2r. M., Mrs. Mart Ewmo, widow of the
late Dr. A W. Ewing, aged 72 years and 6
months.
Funeral services at herniate residence on
Saturday, June 29, at 11 a. m. Interment at
Allegheny Cemetery (Section 6), at 4 P. M.
FARRELtr At the grandmother's residence,
32 Chatham street, Pittsburg, Paul, son of M.
J. and Ida FarreU, of Cumberland, Ml, aged 3
months.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
Cumberland, McL, papers please copy.
FLAHERTY On Thursday, June 27, 1889. at
3 p. m., Margaret, wife of Michael Flahertv.
and sister-in-law of Mrs. Mark 'Kearns, of
Mansfield, m her 58th year.
Funeral from her late residence. No. 1 Penn
avenue, on Sunday, June 80, at 2 p. M. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to at
tend. GALLAGHER Thursday, June 27, at 9:10
p. M., SUSAN, relict of Thomas Gallagher, aged
78 years.
Funeral from her late residence. No. 110 Tag
gart street, Allegheny. Sunday at S o'clock P.
x. Friends 'are respectfully invited to at
tend. 2
HAGUE On Thursday evening, June 27.
18S9, at 9 o'clock, Mrs. Mary Hague, aged 59
years.
Fnneral from her late residence, Gordon
street, Mt. Washington, on Saturday morn
ing at 830 o'clock. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend. 2
MORGAN Entered into rest, Wednesday
evening. June 26, 18S9, at 9:15, colonel James
a. morgan, in tne too year oi nis age.
nneral services at Ms late residence, 437
Liberty street at 2 P. X. SATTODAT. Inter-
ment private at a later hour, '
McNDLTY On Friday morning. June 28,
lsS9. at 3 o'clock, Katherixe, only chUd of
John B. and Julia A. McNnlty, aged K months.
Funeral from the parents' residence. No. 121
Collins avenue, on Saturday afternoon at
3 o'clock. Friends of the familj are respect-"
fully invited to attend.
McCLEERY At her residence, Frankstown
avenue. Twenty-first ward. Friday. June 28,
1889, Maet H., relict of William McCleery.
Interment private.
McCULLY Died suddenly June 28, 1889, at
3U5 p. H., Feask D. lIcGtrc.LT, aged 23 years.
Funeral from his parents' residence, 45 Green
street Notice of funeral hereafter.
SCHRTVER-Friday. June 28, 1SS9, at 1:30
p. it, Walter. Lee. only child of John F. and
Sarah Schriver, aged 8 months and 5 days.
Funeral services at the residence of the par
ents, 165 Rebecca street, Allegheny, Sabbath
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the fam
ily are respectfully invited to attend. Inter
ment private. 2
I STUART-On Friday, June 28, 18S9, at 230 P.
M.. Mart Sttjabt, in the 49th year of her age.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend the funeral from the residence of her
husband, 333 Lincoln avenue. East End, on
Monday, July I, at 2 p. si. 3
JAMES ARCHIBALD BRO..
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES,
H7, 119 and 138 Third avenue, two doors below
Smithficld sL, next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages for funerals,S3. Carriages for operas,
parties, i, at the lowest rates. All new car
riages. Telephone communication. myl-11-TTS
-pEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN 1SCI
ASSETS . $9071,69833.
Insurance Co. of North America,
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-D
WESTERN INSURANCE CO.
OF PITTSBURG.
Assets $448,50187
NO. 4U WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIM1CK, President.
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President
t e22-26-TTS WM. P, HERBERT. Secretary.
E3IM
165,
s
It is necessary to reduce stock and we are
Closing out prices on satines,
ioc. rrencn aatines 22c, were 35c;
tne new repeiines all going at bargain figures.
vvooi uress upoas. ifty pieces double widths 'Cashmeres i2c,
751. wooi impori.eu suitings now 50c bargains in French colored Wool Cashmeresj a.notable number is the. 50c qiialitynow 25c.
Silks'Unrivaled. Grand values in black and colored Dress Silks from 50c a yard pp. Special attention cajlled to the Black firos Grains
at 75C, 87c, and 24-inch at .95c, $1 and t 25. Equally good bargains in Surahs, Satin Marvelleieux. Radzimeres. Baratheas and other fanrv
t .v:. .
, weaver m tms connection see the
v-arpeis ana curtains, we continue the clearing sale of Carpets.
Mats and Mattings at money saving prices. See the J.ace Curtains at $1, were $1 50 and up to $$; these prices ire specially good.
Parasols and Umbrellas. At "this clearing sale the Parasols come in for a big cut in prices, $2, $3 aid $4 Parasols now J5i to $2 50.
Misses' Parasols, ioc to $1, just half prices. ', '
Men's Unlaundried Shirts 37c, regular 50c goods. ' Men's Gauze Shirts 15c and 25c, orth 25c and 40c
Meats fine1 Trench Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers 35c, regular 50c quality. Ladies' Ribbed Jersey Vjfets, I2cl 15c and 20c.
Boys'J'ercale Waists reduced away down in price. Ladies'. Blouse Jerseys, black a Id colors, at $1 25, were $2.
Short" lengths-9-4 Unbleached Pepperel Sheetings iac; 1.0-4 wide at 15c; the 9-4 and 10-4 Bleached a 15c and i8c respectively.
Applique lowers, large selection, will go at 15c ,
oampics. sent wuen requested.
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Specialpjust opened -two teases Challu
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
NEXT WE CUT
OARPEfPRIOES
The heavy
reductions
which have
been made
in our Fur
niture and
Curtain Departments have-
now involved the Carpet De
partment. We to-day reduce
a large assortment of excel
lent patterns of extra quality
Body Brussels in such cele
brated makes as
BI8EL0W, LOWELL,
HARTFORD, ENGLISH,
From $1 35, $1 40, $1 50,
To SI, $1 10, $1 15..
Lower Grade Body Brussels
' From $1 to 75c.
Ingrains Reduced.
Rugs Reduced.
Japanese Mattings.
China Mattings.
Of these we show an immense
variety of patterns and re
cently imported. Some in
mixed dark colors are as low
as $3 per roll of 40 yards, or
7c Per Yard.
O.McClintock&Co.
33 fifth: avenue.
jel3-TTS
LADIES
3
SILK HOSIERY.
Just received, new lot of Ladles'
Silk Hose, in all weights and
prices.
Our Black Silk Stocking at 75c a pair is an
extraordinary good one at the price.
All our Colored and Black Silk Hose at 85c
have been reduced to 75c, including the newest 4
snaues.
Better quality Black Silk at SI and SI 25. .
Our old reliable Spun Silk in plain black
feet, and white cotton soles, at SI 50. This is
tbe best thing for tbe money that can be bad.
Better grade of spun with cotton soles at S2.
Ladies' pure silk in plain feet and colored
silk hose at 2 50, regular S3 stocking.
Still finer quality at S3 in black, plain, colors
and two-toned.
Best quality Ladies' pure silk in plain colors
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.
Tnre Silk Gloves, 65c and 75c. qualities, re
duced to 50c per pair. N
SI and 90c qualities reduced to 75c per pair In
Tans and Modes shades.
Lisle Gloves. Jersey and Ribbed-top at 25c a'
pair on counter, 40c and 50c goods.
Kull lines of Silk Gloves and Mitts all
prices and qualities. Very best values going.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH A.TENJIB.
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ESTABLISHED 1861.
BUDD.
SPRING -AND SUMMER, 1889.
. dressThirts."
SPECIAL DESIGNS.
Underwear and Hosiery.
Our own special hand loom made Silk, Lambs'
Wool, Merino; Balbriggan, Lisle Thread, etc.
f riVCC FB SPRING
VjL.VJYC.0 AND SUMMER.
Diets, Promenade, Driving, etc Best
makers. First-class only.
SAMUEL BUDD,
No. 8 King Edward St.
Madison Square,
London, E. C. New Yorl
ore
No. Rue D'TJzcs, Paris office. my8-2i-TTS
MANUFACTURERS ANtf MERCHANTS'
IN& Co., 417 Wood street, Pittsburg, Pa.
Capital f250,000 00
Assets January i, 18S9 363,743 80
Directors Chas. W. Batchelor. President;
John W. Chaltant, Vice President: A. E. W.
Painter. Robt. Lea, M. W. Watson, John Wil
son, Joseph Walton, Wm. G. Park, A. M.
Brers, Jas. J. Donnell, Geo. E. Painter, John
Thompson, Wm. T. Adair, Secretary; Jas.
Little, Assistant Secretary; August Ammon,
General Agent. ja22-40-TTS
167 and 169 FEDERAL
PXjIE
S
which must pay you to see.
beautiful styles now 6c, 8c, ioc and
come early for choice. Challis, excellent styles, $c and 6c. Batistes,
,.......
lull wiatn JBlack Skirting Lace at 75c,
. - . ,
. . ' fejrrf .: -...- ' " '--': '$&$$; o'V.; '.-tei
Beiges, lovely patterns, :the;pfoperthingfor...wa'rm weather,' will'Misr;but a7ewidaj?jS1lV
NEW AUVttTISEBIENTS
HURRAH
FOB THE
GLORIOUS FOURTH.
Forthe Fourth of July.
SEE OUR PRICES.
No. 6, size 84- in. by 14 in. at
'3c each, or 30c a dozen.
No. 7, size u4 in. by 18' in.,
at 4c each, or 40c a doz.
No. 7,size 12 in. by 22 in.,
at 5c each, or 50c a doz.
No. S.size 1 ?4 in. by 27 in
8c each, or 75c a doz.
No. g, size 21 in. by361n., a
15c each, or $1 50 a doz.
No. 10, size 284 in. by 43 in.,
at 20c, or $2 a doz.
BUNTING FLAGS.
2x3 feet at $1 each.
3x5 feet at $2 each.
4x7 feet at $3 each.
Fleishman & Go's.
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
'504,506 and 508 Market st,
PITTSBURG, PA.
Cold Sparkling Soda Water,
The Best in tbe Two 'Cities.
ICE CREAM SODA WATER,
Only 5c The usual price
is ioc. Also Root Beer, Gin
ger Ale and all the leading
Mineral Waters.
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DRUNKENNESS
Or the Liquor Hibil' Positively Cured
by Administering, Dr. Haines'
' GolBSft Spebifio.
It can be plyen in a cup or coffee or tea without'
the knowledge of the person taking it: Is abso
lutely harmless, and will effect a permanent and
Speedy cure, whether the patient is a moderate
rlnker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of
Drunkards have been made temperate men who
have taken Golden Specific in their coffee without
their knowledge and to-day believe thev quit
drinking from their .own Tree will. IT ifEVER
FAILS. The system once Impregnated with the
Specific, it becomes an utter impossibility for the
liquor appetite to exist, ForsalebyA.J.Itankln,
Sixth ana Penh ave.. Pittsburg; E. Holden & Co.,
S3 E. Federal St., Allegheny. Tirade supplied by
Keo. A. Kelly St, Co.. Pltfrburg. Pa. oe-&-58-TTg
STEABlElte AND EXCURSIONS.
' AMERICAN LINE,
Sailing every Wednesday from Philadelphia
and Liverpool. Passenger accommodations tor
all classes unsurpassed. Tickets sold to and
from Great Britain and. Ireland, Norway, Swe
den, Denmark, eta
PETER WRIGHT 4 SONS,
General agents, 307 Walnut st, Philadelphia.
Full information can be had of J. J. MCCOR
MICK, Fourth avenue and Smithfleld street,
LOUIS MOESER, 16 Smithfleld street.
mbJit-66VrTS
piUNARD LINE.
MEW YORK TO LIVERPOOL VIA QUEENS
TOWN, FROM P1EK 40 NORTH RIVER.
FAST EXPRESS MAIL SERVICE.
Auranla. June9, 6 AH I Bothnia, July 17, 9 All
Gallia. Julys, 8:30 A II (Etrcria. July 20. noon.
tUmbrla, July 6,11:30am Auranla. JulyST. S am
Sarvla, July 13, 5:30 AM iGMUa, July 31, 7 AM
SSThese steamers carry first-class passengers only,
twill carry Intermediate.
$WU1 carry lntermedlat-, no steerage.
Cabin passage. (60, S0 and S100; intermediate,
f35. Steerage tickets to and from all parts or
Europe at very low rates.
VERNON H. BROWN CO., General Aseuts,
4 Bowline Oreen, New York.
J. J. MCCORMICK. "Agent.
Fourth avcand Smithfleld ., Pittsburg.
State Line
To Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin
and Liverpool.,
FROM NEW YORK EVERY THURSDAY."
Cabin passage 3S"to $50. according to location
of stateroom. Excursion SS3 to (90.
Steerage to and from Europe at Lowest Bates.
AUSTIN" BALDWIN 4 CO.. General Agents,
S3 Broadway, New York.
J. J. McCORMICK, Ageni, Pittsburg. Pa.
CmhlS-D
STREET, ALLEGHENY,
STOE
offering some extraordinary bargains,
i2c, for American productions;
choice colors. The 25c. and 30c fancy dfess fabrics now i8c.
. "
worth $1 25.
Body Brussels 4c and wc. InzrainsL Hall and Stair Carnets. Rime.
Gloves; Hosiery and Milliner
... juail orders filled at lowest rices.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS,
B. & B
SATURDAY, JUNE io:
Our Gents' Furnishings Sale
be led by a,
Wonderful Hosiery Bargain. '
100 Dozens
Fine French Lisle Thread J-Hose
In choice assorted shades
Of
Modes,
Tans,
and
Slates,
AT 25 CENTS.
Full regular goods, fast colors,
which earlier in the season could
not have been bought to' retail for
less than 50c .
There are a number of special
lots on counter of broken lines, odd
sizes, eta, etc., which MUST BE
CLEARED UP TO-DAY, and will
be if bargain buyers are wide
awake.
Tn all -T-Afml'iT- linpc rttiT- rArarf
ment shows the best values and
largest assortments. A special
effort is made to secure all of thje
best and most popular lines and to
sell them without burdensome.fancy
prices. We solicit the trade of the
gentlemen of these cities.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
HOSIERY.
"Onyx" Fast Black, the bet in
Ladies' 'Cotton, full regular Hose,
25c 35c Soc and 75c .
"Onyx" in Lisle Thread, 50c,' 65 c,
75c. 87c and $x. J
Tans and Modes, solid colors
and stripes, full regular, 20c.
Ladies' spun Silk Stockings, 75c,
$1, $1 25 and $1 50. ' -
Children's Silk Ribbed, ' sizes '4
to Z, ttsc to $1 10. 1
Large lines .Fancy Hosiery.
Something especially for the
mountains or seaside: I
Light Weight Merino
and
' Cashmere '
HOSIERY.. !
Ladies'. '60c and COc
Genu' -Hose, 35c and 40c.
Children's, 25c to 60c.
GLOVES.
See the new Ladies' VFrench Vel
vet nmsn Aiocna uiores, narrow
stitching, the very thins for travel:
in?, at Si 2K.
Ladies? and Gents' Riding and
Driving Gloves and ) Gauntlets,
$i 25, gi 50 and $1 s
New French Hand-made Silk
Filet Mitts, specially iot' elderly
ladies, $1 50.
Blaclc Bilk Mitts, 20c to L S
Black Silk Lace Mitts, 15c tope.
Pure Silk Gloves,, black and colored, 25c,
45c, 50c to II 25. j
-"
There's no such I'lannel Shirt as ours at
tl 25. It Is worth every penny of $2.
Nor can onr oDc-Flannel Shirt bo-excelled. If
equaled. I
The best assortment and lowest prices on a.11
up to the finest.
We lead in' White Shirts ana our leaders are:
Ourjl Laundried Shirt. I
Our JlUnlaundried Shirt.
Our three lor 2 Unlaundriejl Shirt
But our 50o Shirt cannot b'e beaten at the
price. '
NECKWEAR.
All sorts, all prices.
The best sorts and (lowest prices,
meres no sucn xinaerwear as
ours.
aee our two suits for. gi,
French Balbriggan Underwear.
The grades climbup in advance
of the prices always.
A few Hand-batdhels for travel
1
ers.
Gladstone Bags,; linen lined,
- 14-inch to, 22-inch,
S3 00 to, to so!
Leather lined, i
14-inch to20-incn;
16 00 to 87 50.
These are only representatives of a large
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Boggs'&Buhl,
nj 117. U9 121
Federal Street, .Allegheny.
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sold fearly in the season i2c to
India I,inens, Summer Flannels and
The
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best assortment and lowest prices.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
HO, FOR
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The Mountains the Lakes, the Yalleys, the Sea
: shore, the Country !
GUSKY'S
HAVE NOT ONLY EVERYTHING IN THE WAY OF
limb. Sate
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HAMMOCKS, Etc., ; -
BUT ALSO EVERYTHING IN THE WAY OF
WEARING APPAREL FOR SUMWIER TOURISTS
And they are willing to wager any amount to the cause of charity
that they cannot, only show a much larger and more varied assortment
of goods for the season than any other- house in Allegheny county, but
that they can supply all demands at much lower prices than can be ob
tained elsewhere.
MEN'S SUMMER SUITS,
At $.7, $8, $10, $12 and $15.
Which are of such value thac to obtain elsewhere from Jho to 25 would
be the price you'd pay.
BEAUTY AND TASTE IS
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A beautiful line of goods by far the finest" eVer shown this side the,
Allegheny Mountains. There are Coats and Vests for Men and Youjhs'
in Silk, Pongee, Mohair, Brilliantine, Seersucker, White and Colored!
Striped Flannels, Sei;ge, Cashmere, Luster, Alpacas, etc., and no matterl
whether you want a "Blazer," "Boating," "Tennis," "Baseball" ori
"House" Coat, you can get it. . We have them in an indefinite number!
"of colors and combinations, many of them new and striking. A few of:
the prices we name to illustrate our. low figures. Office Coats, 19c up.
Men's Chambray Coats, 48c. Seersucker Coats and Vests, 65c to $4.;
Fancy StripecV French Flannel Coats and Vests, 75c to 5. The popular!
Lawn Tennis Coat in fancy stripes, $1 25. Silk Striped Tlannel Coats
and Vests, $1 75.
Men of All Sizes Tltted Perfectly '
Our readers will kindly note that we're making no claim of "sacri
ficing" goods, but nevertheless our PRICES are, we guarantee, BELOW
the "sacrifice prices of other dealers.
Thousands of Summer Suits for the Boys I
FOR SMALL BOYS at $1 25, $1 50, $2, $3, $4 and $5,
FOR BIG BOYS at $3 50, $4, $5, $6, $8 and $10.
These prices, of course, really tell you nothing beyond the fact that
we have Suits at these figures. You can only judge of their true value
by seeing 'em. The "reduction" dealers will -have to further reduce!
their prices some 25 per cent before they can touch our figures.'
A Grand Display of Flannel and Silk - Dvershirts I c
Summer Neckwear and Summer Underwear! Bicycle Hose and Garterst
Bicycle Shoulder Braces and Supporters! '
ALSO ' ",.
Baseball, Lawn Tennis and Boating Hats and Caps. . .
Tourist Shoes, Yachting and Steamer Shoes, Tennis Shoes, Bicycling y
Hunting and Baseball Shoes,
In fact we have everything devised for Summer Wear, and no matte'p
whether you belong to the stay-at-home division or will form the hoik.
day-maker's brigade, whether you seek novelties or standard stuff, start ,
ling styles or seasonable service in the way of wearing apparel for warn - (
weather wear, we can supply you and save you anywhere fnjm aoTo' ' -
per cent on your investment '
Orders by mail promptly attended to. -
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Light and Medium Colors,
Latest Styles,
TO BE SEEN IN OUR
Li'
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GRAND BARGAIN STORE,
io' 400 Mallei street,'
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