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7 V TlSi Mill.il jK ' THE PITTSBDHQ DISPATCH.' SUNDAY, JUNE, 29, 189a ' - - . , - ! Jmf ' i i ' ' ' i . i i i i ii - i '.hi i f TUP' MTRTf WOTCTTi HEW' EVIDENCE DISCOVEBED. LATE NEWS IN BRIEF. ATLANTIC CITT. NEW ADVBRTI3BirrBNTS. NEW ADTERTiamiEMTS. J XXXV APTEKTISKHEXTS. ' " ' M K Tit... n.th.J. r ... - 1.n Plnrntnil RakJ .. ...... ... . Tha Y?1V pAnalnf nvnnln mf fflia SflBIOIl k liaflilBfa t mwsm at m - Sfl f -MB - rue locKeaout cioajanaKers in iew xorK ---..--.-.-. r mm . i-iii ni-LW ,13 Ibonglits Suggested by the Meeting of Teachers at Detroit, BOOKS WILL NOT MAKE MUSICIANS. v J' -TIv.VwMl T , It I T.M.. J f . AAtUVtUg liUlCU 0 AM UlUiURJVU AM the Tear Boob IHB 5ATI05AL CONSEETATOEI'S WOEK This is the ape of combination, of organ ization, of co-operation. Ko one can lire unto himself in these days without being left behind in the march of general progress. Even in music an art in which the per sonal endowment of the individual is of such moment no one but a first-rank genins can afford to hold aloof from his cotempo raries and affect to be satisfied with the work ing along in the coarse of his own limited ideas. The woods are full of alleged musical teachers and artists who hug the delusion that their diplomas from this Conservatory or their certificates from that Herr Pro lessor furnish an all-sufficient stock in trade to which no further additions from the out side are necessary. They go on chewing their cud over and over and see no use in browsing around for fresh grass. 'They are teachers beg their pardon, "professors," you know, and are not ex pected to study any more. Others do study. They peer into books, great and small; stock themselves up with technical lore and pretty theories, old and new, ell of which is very good for them, as far as it goes; it is essential, Indeed, to the well-rounded musician that he te familiar with the scientific sub-structure of his art and with its literature. 'But there is a difierence, after all, between ine oeaa page ana tne living word, between learning from books and from men. The latter is equally essential to fall develop ments. Tour bookish recluse is like a cow fed altogether on hay; the fresh, green herbage is also needed, and can be got only by contact and interchange with fellow workers. Such a train of reflection comes up natu rally apropos of this week's meeting of the Music Teachers' National Association in Detroit, which is now the country's musical center of attraction. From a more practical point of view, the advantages accruing from this and kindred conventions is well set forth iu the appended extract from a circu lar of tne New York State Association : Teachers will learn bow to advance their claims anions: their patrons, bow to recrnlt their classes and be of greater valne to their scholars. Pupils will be enabled to study and see the forms and methods of distinguished artists. Parents, how to make the home more attractive. Churches and congregations, now to sine better the praises of the sanctuary. The whole aim is intellectual, and a link In the great chain of modern education and accom plishment. Iu tendencies are elevating, Its scope broad and far-reaching, and the results to be achieved are advancement and improve ment in an art that to-day occupies the highest position. The object of the association is elevation of the standard of professional work, mutual lm- Sroveinent by interchange of thought, wider isseimnation of musical culture, the further ance ot professional fraternity, and the eleva tion of musical taste among the general public. For so noble an object, the musicians and n.nsic-lovmg people should enlist themselves for their own benefit, as well as the general good which the association hopes to realize. A celebrated educator said: "Why, to hear the model music at those recitals and concerts will be an education in itself for advanced pupils; and I'll tell you a fact: I wonld not employ a teacher who ignored this association meetlug. For the very idea that he showed no interest in it would be a proof that he was life less and valueless as a teacher Wliyl I firmly believe that no lover of music can afford not to hear such fine and noted artists, or neglect the prlvlege of listening to the celebrated and brainy musicians who are to give the lectures and essays."' Mr. G. H. "Wilson's "Musical Tear Book of the United States" is an annual visitor heartily welcomed at this desk. Its record of musical doings of Importance throughout the country, compiled from anthentic sources, grows in completeness and interest from year to year. The statistical tables that follow the detailed record bv cities, rivp valuable and instructive birds-eye view of ine country's musical work, especially the part taken by native and resident composers. Pittsburg occupies a page or more with the season's activities of the Mozart Club and the Beethoven Quartet Club. Someone ought to have told Mr. "Wilson that the past season should add Allegheny to his former list of cities, the two new choral organizations the Alle gheny Musical Association and the Handel Society entitle it to that honor, to say nothing of the new mnnicipal officer, the City Organist, with his weekly free recitals. Local readers will also be interested to note the recurrence on high-class programmes of the names of Ad. M. Foerster, Charles Davis Carter, Ethelbert Kevin and H. "W. ifichoU. Mrs. Thurber sends the following circular which is willingly given the publicity due to the noble work planned and being done by the institution named: The annual entrance examinations of the National Conservatory of Music, Nos. 128 and 128 East Seventeenth street; New York, will be held as follows! Singing Classes September 25 and 26, 1890 from 9 a. x. to 12 K.; 2 to 6 P. it; from 8 to IOp.jl Violin, 'cello, contrabass and harp classes September 27. cams honr. Piano and organ classes September SO. same hour. Tlute, oboe, clarinet and bassoon October!, from 9 a. m. to 12 m. French born, comot and trombone October J, from 2 to 4 P. St. Orchestra October 1, from S to 10 p. jt Chorus October 0, from 8 to 10 P. it ui??cct3.2r tie National Conservatory of Music being the advancement of music in the United States, through the development of t?r, ", 5ol,c"tow 'or admission Into the classes of tho Conservatory are hereby invited. It 15 . ii.rf5 that positive aptite-1 beshowS by the candidates for admission, with out regard, to the apDlicant'a stage of nroCTesI and that his or her desire to receive th in ttruction Imparted in tho conservator &U be the outcome of a serious and well-defined pur pose. The successful candidates will eniov the tuition of the best teachers that can'S en gaged, and. after graduation, will bo afforded opportunities of making known their accom nli.hments and thus gpcnrinc- .r.,. rr. The condition of admission, as to fees cte are dcterminod bv the board of directors." The eharses will ba 8100, with no -extras" whatever and in cases in which circumstances may war rant. Instruction in any or all of the branches m cirninS taught in the conservatory Jill be given free. The course em Waces tuition in singing, operatic and Bbcollaneous, solfegrio. stage deportment elocution, fencing and Italian, piano orcai T&Lin. veI10' flate- oboc- clarinet, bassbon! drench horn cornet, trombone, harmony, conn terpolnt and composition, history of music, chamber music, orchestra and chorus. EXCDUsION TO WHEELING, To the American Flint Glass Workers' Be -union, To-Morrow, Jnne 30. The B.& O. B. R. will sell excursion cVetsl "JS 51 35. tickets good until At 1 T s 7 1 u a:,5a -- m., will run and arriving Park) at 10:45 j .dim Urnf rwhsll.. M-. and "Wheeling, 11 a. it ATLANTIC CITY. Jai i The First Popnlar Excursle, of the Season to Atlantic City, Via the picturesque B. & 0 Tt -r t. "Washington D. C. Baltimore a'ndPhila'de SJiT Thn"dayiJ.n,r 3 AeU good lor 10 days, and good to stop off at "Wash ington, D. C, returning. Bate for the und trip. 510. Special trains, with Pull! jmanparIor and sleeping cars, will leave B. VJ O. . B. depot at 8 A. u. and 920 p. m. I4,?E Ton E,nB fishing? Hire yonr tents pyritisDurg water .rroof Co.. 428 Liberty sk' . .-,. ,1 ownnioaic-Hiorrow moraine Bribery Cnses or tlio Elevated Bond Resumed at Chicago. Chicago! June 28. The grand jury con tinned its Investigation into the charges of bribery or Aldermen in connection with the grantingi of a franchise to the Lake Street Elevated Railroad. The investiga tion is based on alleged affidavits by ex Aldermen "Wallner and Monear, confessing that they were bribed. These affidavits bear fac similes of the natorial seal and signature of Joseph C. Mackin, recently releasedtfrom the State penitentiary, where he was confined for political "fine work. ' Maokin was called back for the grand jury some days ago, but professed to know noth ing about the affidavit The impression was songht to be given that the affidavits were manufactured by Mackin's clerk. Something oi a sensation was created to day when Mortimer McKoberts, an inti mate friend ot both Mackin and his clerk called on State's Attorney Longenekcr and said that he was indignant at the at tempt to put a false charge upon the clerk. He said lurther, that the affidavits were drawn by Mackin, and that the latter had frequently boasted to him of the fact that he had them. This gave a new starting point, and a bailiff was sent out to begin for ,a second session ot inquisition. Then an other sensation developed. Mackin could not be found, and the general impression is that he has absconded to avoid prosecution for perjury. HOT EASILY CAPTOEED. Young Donaldson Successfully Escapes Hi Fiancee. UlTIOirTOtnr, June 28. Perry Donald son, who on Thursday last held up Jacob Atkinson, paymaster at the H. C. Frick "Wynn Coke "Works, and robbed him of $1,160, has not yet been captured. The mule he stole from Walter Lang, and upon which he is supposed to have made his es cape into "West Virginia, was found on top of Chestnut Bidge this aiternoon mak ing its war home. A posse of men are after Donaldson, and had him surrounded this morning, but he leaped from the mule, and escaped by hiding in the bushes. Young Donaldson has been the accepted lover of Kett Sullivan, the young woman who figured so conspicuously in the career the notorious Sullivan gang, whose robbing and feet-burning exploits aroused such wide-spread consternation in the county a few yean ago, and it is claimed that he got his training with, and was a member of this daring gang. UBS. KGHfTY PLEADS GUILTY. End of tka Celebrated Conspiracy Case to RII1 Banker Folic tSrSCIAf. TZLXQSUJt TO THB DTSM.TCS.1 New Castle, June 28. Mrs. Sarah Bandolph, alias Sarah McGinty,the woman who has been in jail for three weeks on a charge of conspiracy to kill "William S. Foltz, President of the First National Bank, ot this city, has entered a plea of nolle contendere through her counsel, which is virtually a plea of guilty. She will be sentenced by Judge Hazen, of Butler, who will hold court here July 7. This looks as if the end of the celebrated case has about come, and in all probability the real author of the conspiracy will never be known, as the woman steadily refuses to give away the man who, she says, got her to enter into the scheme to kill the banker. Sam Kissinger, who gave the plot away, still says he does not know the name of the principal, and the woman, McOinty, has evidently made up her mind to suffer the penalty of her conspiracy in silence. 4 FOUND A FLOATER. The Body of an Unknown Mn Discovered la the Cannoqnenessinc. rsrrcxii tzlxobah to the disextch: Wpbtembubo, June 28. A fisherman this morning, while climbing among some rocks on the bank of the Connoquenessing creek, about one mile below "Wurtemburg station, found the badly decomposed body of a man floating in the "Water. He was well dressed, about 32 to 35 years old, 6 feet S inches tall. Esquire Smiley was im mediately notified and took charge of the body, and will hold an inquest Bnnday morning at 10 o'clock at "Wurtemburg sta tion. ' In the pockets of the clothing worn by deceased were found a eold watch with name Samuel Coates engraved on the case, a return ticket from Allegheny to "Wurtem burg, and some other things eoing to show that deceased was an Odd Fellow, and be side the body was found a set of fishing tackle. THE USUAL CAUSE, Ssrlous Fight Between Italians aid Oil lien at ClKTsvllle. rsractAx. TBiroiLOi to th DisrATcat Clatsvuae,, June 28. About 5 o'clock this evening as three Italian laborers were returningfrom work, a lot of oil men who had imbibed a keg of beer, assaulted them, and after picking a quarrel with them one of the Italians with a knife cut one of the oil men, Davey Jones, just below the fifth rib making a severe wound, when the entire crowd jumped on the Italians and beat them in a terrible manner. Jones was carried to the office of Dr. Denney, where his wound was dressed by Drs. Denney and Stillwagen. The Italian? have left the town. The oil men have armed themselves with knives and revolvers and threaten death to all iiaiians wno may enter this place. Jones' wounds are considered serious. OVEB SEVEH HUKDBED IHUl'rk!i Brilliant Reception Given at Altoona to the Civil Engineers. tSFSCUX TXLZa&aH TO THE SXSrATCK. I Altoona, June 28. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. 2f. Ely, of this city, gave a reception in honor of the American Society oi Civil Engineers, who are holding their session at Cresson Springs. The floral display and the grand display of electricity was some thing admirable. , Over 700 invitations were issued, and guests were present from New York, Phila delphia, Boston, Harrisburg, Pittsburg, and other points, and assisted in making u6 uhu tt Kcab buccess. THE Y. H. a Al'S, Younnuovrn Will Erect .860,000 Bnildlnc rsrxctja. txleobax to tbi dispatch. j TouHGSTOwir, June 28.-Plans have been completed by architects and nccepted for the erection of a handsome building by the' Young Men's Christian Association, that will cost upward of S60 000. The Styiu !,e architecture is Bomanesque ana it will be a handsome monument to the liberality of the people. The contributors number 1.400, the contributions ranging from 25 cesrts to $9,000. It is expected the building will be com pleted and opened early the coming vear. Chnrged With Craelty to nortec George Holmes, the qnarryman, was charged before Alderman Donovan yester day with crnelty to animals by Hnmane Ascent Berryman. The Acent claims that the delendant works some old, decrepit, sore-shouldered horses that he refused to take ont of service when ordered to do so. Democratic Delicate Orcnnlze. Xhe Allegheny connty delegates to the Democratic State Convention organized yes terday by electing 'Sqnire Lewis HolUman Chairman and Charles A. Eagan Secretary. The delegates will leave la a body for BBfBsioa to-morrow s The lockedout cloakmakers In New York are starving. Strike of 9,000 trainmen on tho Atchison system is brewing. Three freight wrecks occurred on the Erie roaa yesterday. No loss of life. White Caps tarred and feathered a woman at New Albany, Ind., yesterday. Jc"7hattanof"a Tenn., has a population of 5.W0, an increase of 850 per cent. --The stevedores of Chicago, numbering L600, will strike for a raise of 5 cents per hour. Whitney A Sons' wall paper factory, Ne iv York, was destroyed by Are. Loss, $40,000. T1J0GoTernment has Issued an official de nial of the appearance of cholera In France. Parnell's 41th birthday was royally observed yesterday by the Irish Nationalists in London. The anti-slavery conference has arrived at an understanding which Is satisfactory to Hol land. General Verdi Du Vernols has asked leave of the German Emperor to resign the office of Minister of War. At Cheyenne, Wyo., a grand celebration was bad in honor of Wyoming having been ad mitted as a State. The parents of Elmer Bradford, an 8-year-old Columbus boy, killed him to secure $100 in surance on his life. By the eiclosion ot a easoline stove at Hutchinson, Kai an.. Mr. and Airs. Hummeu were Instantly killed. The brewers and distillers at Baltimore were placed under arrest yesterday for selling liquor without license. An attempt will be made by the Union Iron Works, of Sin Francisco, to. build a cruiser that will outdo tho Philadelphia. Denver is dissatisfied with its census re turns, and demands a recount. Claimed that the city has been cheated out of 25,000. A wreck occurred on the Bock Island near Joliet yesterday, in which two ladies were killed, and Judge Wing, of Chicago, seriously Injured. New York firms whs control the plate glass market state that the report of an En-, glish syndicate purchasing the American plants u false. The authorities of Algeria and Tunis have forbidden pilgrimages from those countries to Mecca on account of the prevalence of cholera in Arauia. Population of cities in New Hampshire are estimated as follows: Manchester, 43,000. gain 10,000; Concord 17,000, gain 8,000: Nashua 18.000. gain 2,000. The grand iary of the United States Court has indicted H. F. Bradbury, the "Bean ot Trinity University In Vermont," for Issuing bogus diplomas. Bev. W. G. Sperry, pastor of the First Congregational Church, Manchester, Mass., has received a call to the Presidency of the Yankton, H. Dak., college, and will accept. Edward Dickinson, late General Manager of the Union Pacific Missouri River division, has been appointed General Manager of the trans-Ohio lines of the Baltimore and Ohio. A J. Stone, son-in-law of the mnrdered millionaire Boell. and the Chief of the Police of Chicago, say they know nothing of the alleged capture of Wllllo Tascott at Paris, Tex. t John C.Wheeler died from hydrophobia last night at Bt. Johns, N. B. He was bitten by a dog several weeks ago. Two other men were bitten by the same dog, and will be sent to the Pastenr Institute in New York. The London Liberals have espoused the cause of the police in their attempts to obtain recognition of their demands, and will endeavor to have the matter dkcussed In Parliament, with a view of putting an end to the uncertain state of affairs which now exists. Suits aggregating 1177.500 have been com menced aeainst Nathan Corwith, Jr., of Chi cago. The suits are a result of young Corwlth's disastrous attempt to corner the lead market, which wrecked the great firm of N. Corwith & Co., of which Corwith, Br., was the main stay. SEWS OP IHBEB STATES. Iaterestlns Items From Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Vlrglaln. The 15-year-old son of Adam Manger, of Massillon, was strnck by lightning yesterday and instantly killed. While attempting to kill a dog at Piedmont. W. Va L N. Rogers had his knee fractured by we vpiusiua ui ilia cun. A. L. Dumr, tho pension swindler, was con victed and sentenced to the penitentiary for two years yesterday at Parkersburg, W. Va. While drunk, William Hoffman, a baker, attempted to walk over the Ft. Wayne bridge at Beaver. He fell through and received fatal Injuries. Johk Potteb and Philip Foust, who were held with Angus Smith for the murder of John McCauley at Phlllipsbnrg on the 15th instant. KDteiciuiucuga uauin Donoa OI 3,UUU each. The Ellsworth Park Association, of Scott dale, will not hold their dedication July 4 as announced. The handsome buildings in course of erection cannot possibly be dedicated by that time. A collision between Nos. 93 and 93 freights on the Ft. Wayne road at Lucas yesterdayset fire to an oil-tank car and burned up 18 loaded cars. The wreck is a fearful one. Loss $25,000. Nobody was hurt. The West Penn Glass Works, of Blairsville, shut down yesterday for a rest of six or seven weeks. They have been running steadily since the completion of the works, and the venture promises to be a complete success. June Redaction Sale In torchon, oriental, Fedora, point de gene and Val. laces- Special wide Val. insert ing and edgings to match. A. Q. Campbell & Sons, 27 Fifth ave. Cloth, capes, lace capes, blazers and traveling dusters'at greatly reduced prices this week. Huotrs & Hacks, txssu Exenrsion to Atlantic City. Next Thursday, July 3, via xhe B. & O. E. B. Bate, (10 the round trip; tickets good for 10 days, and good to stop at "Wash ington, D. C, returning. Trains leave at 8 A. M. and 920 p. M. Exenrsion to Ohio Pylo n On July 4. Bate $1 60 the round trip. Trains leave B. & O. B. B. depot at 8 A. m. The $15 combination patterns we are clos ing at $6 each are the greatest bargains ever offered. Hcous & Hacke. ttssu DO NOT BE DECEIVED If you decide to take Hood's Sarsaparilla, do not be induced to buy anything else instead. In some stores persistent effort is made to sell other articles when Hood's Sarsaparilla Is called for. simply because a little more profit will be made on the substitute preparation. Now we submit that such efforts are not honorable, and ought to be discouraged by all who like fair play. Therefore If yon call for Hood's Sarsapa rilla, insist upon having it, and tako no substi tute. Isn't that fair: Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggists. $1; six for $5. Prepared only by C. L HOOD & CO.. Lowell, Mass. 100 Doses One Dollar TEETH, $5, $8 and $10. NONE BETTER. Kubber Plate3 Lined With Gold. Teeth on Allaminnm, the lightest metal Known. Teeth on Gold. Silver, Platinum or Continnons Gnm. The finest work made. Teeth repaired while waiting. TEETH WITHOUT PLATEa DR. WAUGAHAN'S DENTAL :y;ROOMS, 806 Penn Avenuo. Tho First Popslnr Excursion ot tba Season to Atlantic City, Via "the pfctnresque B. & O. B. B., via "Washington, D. C, Baltimore and Philadel phia, next Thursday, July 3; ticketsgood for 10 days, and good to stop off at "Wash ington, D. C, returning. Bate for the round trip, $10. Special trains, with Pull man parlor and sleeping cars, will leave B. & O. B. B. depot at 8 A. M. and 9:20 p. M. One Thousand Dollars Forfeit if I fail to prove Floraplexion the best medicine for liver complaint, dyspep sia, nervous debility, biliousness, consump tion. It cures where all other remedies fail. Ask your drnggist for it Sample bottle sent free. FEAUKtrir Hakt, New York. uwrsn Ye Daintye Imdres . , Please bear in mind that a course of Turk ish baths, such as can be obtained at the Natatorium on Puquesne "Way, is a glori ous health agent, and when ladies come to understand that the Turkish bath will give a better complexion than cosmetics, as well as great freedom from diseaie, its use will become geueral. Ladies' days Tues days from 8 A. m. to 2 p. m. Fridays Irom 8 A. M. to 6 p. M., except Friday next (July i) when the baths will be open for gentle men only. 'i Fourth of July Excursions. The B. & O. B. E. will sell excursion tickets to all points on their .lines, east of Pittsburg on July 3 and 4, good for retnrn passage until July 7. Also tickets will be sold to all points west of Pittsburg on July 3 and 4, good for return passage until July 5. BIarriage Ucenses Granted Yestordny. Ksnis. Kealdanee. f Stephen Mulorj -..Allegheny MaryAnna fireil Allegheny 5 James Kelly Pittsburg ( Trances Plank Pittsburg Adolph V. DeQulnge Tarentum (Alice J. Walsh Tarentum James Devlnney PltUburjc Lena Hager Pittsburg f Peter Weltch Baldwin township ( Anns M. Augustln Baldwin township (Edward Cain Pittsburg J Emma Ward Pittsburg J Louis J. Sutter Homestead t Annie B. O'.Nell Homestead J George Schlnmpf. Etna ( OeslneJacobs ghaler township (AdamBetzel .. Allegheny 1 Jlarjril. Llckert Allegheny (Martin Wagner , Pittsburg 1 Maria Feldmeler . Pittsburg ( Peter Stref Pittsburg J Hordensa Hirt ....Pittsburg (John Swanbart Pittsburg (BomannaShafiTner Pittsburg ( Joseph Klaus Pittsburg I Oeorglne WIrner Allegheny ( Wm. J. Black Mifflin township I Sarah E. Maxwell Mifflin township (BtanlslauNudsluy Pittsburg ( Maryanna Eagulska .Pittsburg MARRIED. KIRK BOYCE In New York, at Murray Hill Hotel, Thursday. Jnne 26, by Rev. E. W. Babcock, Mr. Davxd Kibe, of Pittsburg, Fa., and Miss Ella M. Boyce, of Bangor, Me. LINDSAY KN.ODERER On Wednesday evening. June 25, 1890. at Smithfield Street M. E. Church, Rev. Charles E. Locke, officiating. Miss Emma Knopeeer, of Dixmont station, P.. F. W. & C. R. R., to Mr. Homee J, Lind say, of Allegheny. PALMER JELIJSON-Jnne 20, 1890. by Rev. Geo. W. Flnlaw, at his residence, S15 Ben son street, Camden, N. J Mr. Habbt L. Falheb to Miss Mabt a Jellisok, both of Blairsville, Indiana county, Pa. DIED. BAILEY Saturday, June 2S, 1890, suddenly. Peteb M. Bailet, aged 67 years. Funeral from the residence ot his soq-in-law, No. 86 Darrah street, Allegheny, Mosvat, June SO. at 830 A. K. Friends of the family-are respectfully invited to attend. GIRTY On Saturday, Jnne 23, 1890, John Gibtt, aged 65 years. Funeral from St. Keirnan's Church, Eight eenth ward, on Monday at 9 a. m. GILLESPIE On Thursday. Juno 28. 1890, at 12 m, Cornelius Gillespie, aged 45 JUI xunerai oscidmiat, jnne r, atzr. 2L.,irom bis late residence. Mulberry alley, between Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth streets. Pitts burc. Friends of the family are respectfully, invited to attend. 2 HANNA On Friday morning, at 835, at his residence. 1410 Main street, Sbarpsburg, Pa,, vui 4. fiAApiA, in ms za year. Funeral from Grace Church, Sharpsburg, Sunday. June 29. at 8 p. m. 2 HADFIELD On Friday. June 27. 1890, at 4:45 P. M., at his residence. No. 21 Kirkpatrick avenne. Allegheny City, Samuel HABriELD, iu but? iiim jrear ui ms age. Services on Sunday afteenoon at 2 30 o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. Interment private at a later hour. 2 MOORE At 10 o'clock Saturday morning, June 28, Fbanelyn Osbobne, only son of Charles F. and Klla Rhein Moore. . Funeral services from the residence of his grandmother, 311 Liberty avenue, SUNDAY ATTEBNOON. Interment private. MORROW On Friday, Jnne 27, 1890, atOO A. 2L, at her residence, Bakerstown, Allegheny county, Pa Elizabeth, wife of Washington Morrow, and daughter of the late George and Jane Splane, aged 64 years. Funeral service on Sunday at 920 A. m. Friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend. 2 BO BISON June 27. 1890, at 7.30 a. m., Will iam A. Robison, aged 21 years, 2 months and S days. Funeral will take place from the residence of his parents, 20 Crawford street, on Bunday, Jnne 29, at 220 P. it. Friends of the lamdy are respectfully invited to attend. 2 SPRINGER On Saturday, Juno 28. 1890, at &&) P. M.,ot dlphthena.t'OBA May, daughter of Mary E. and William E. Springer, aged S years 2 months and 5 days. Fnneral from the residence of her parents, 75 Knox avenue, Knoxville, Southside, on Mon day, June 80, at 2 o'clock P. K. 2. STEEN Friday morning, at 1030 o'clock, James B. Stein, Jr., son of James B. and Jennie Callahan Steen. Services at residence of his parent', Mans field, Pittsbure, Cincinnati and St Louis Rail road, Sunday attebnoon at 2 o'clock. In terment private. 2 TTTRNRRAt7!5nT r T-. oc T,,.n,, Sarah, only daughter of John K. and Emma misn .mrner, agea is years aud 7 months. Funeral from the family residence, 49 Fre mont Btreet; Allegheny, at 2 p. M., Monday, Juno 80. Friends of the family respectfully invited to attend. 2. Chambersbnrg papers please copy. ANTHONY MEYER, (Successor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Lim.,) UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER. Office and residence, 1131 Penn avenue. Tele phono connection. myll-lMWFSu JAMES M. FDLLERTON, UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER, No. 6 Sevesth Street. Telephone 1153. ap2WS-wrsa Advice to the Aged. 'When tbe art old and rlcu, Thou hast neither heart, affection, limb or beauty To make thr riches pleasant." It Is surprising bow few books hare been written on the diseases incident to old age. No Work wonld be more trenerally read by all classes than a "Troatise on the medical man agement of old ace." There is no medicine that is more happily adapted to the alleviating of tho pains and aches of tbe aged than Dr. Tntt's Liver Fills. They do not shock tbe most enieeoiea consuinuon. in cases oi kidney dis eases, torpid bowels. Indigestion, loss'ot appe tite, their healing properties are wonderful. Their effect on the nervous system is prompt. Toe old and young will be alike benefited by the use of this valuable medicine. Tutt's Liver Pills, MURRAY ST., N. Y. TTSSu TENB NATIONAL LINIMENT CUER RHEUMATISM, Sprains, bruises, swellings, etc. Bold by drne eists.25c. W.E. BENNTMfr., Allegheny, Pa. fe2-78.su f-vrri. PHOTOGRAPHER. 16 SIXTH''STREET. A fine, large crayon portrait fB 6t; see thein before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets. S3 and tfiEOperdoain. PROMPT CELIVERx. m THEIR EXPECTATIONS " i I furnished REALZED JSSm 1 Complete or in Fart. ' - IMHI HHI MHI 2 BUT AT HOME And save freight, drayage and the disappoint ment of getting what was not wanted. We select the most desirable of seasonable goods, thereby not confusing the purchaser with the total output ot the factories. Instook, another lot of our extremely low priced Tea Tables at S2 50. Poroh Bookers, 75o. Arm Chairs, 81 25. Eustio Bookers, 83 00. Folding Settees, 81 50. je28 VACATION SHOES. T' : i HE display at Himmel- rioh's In light footwear is on a grand scale. All that tends to promote comfort and utility Is dem onstrated In every depart ment. Tan and Tennis Shoes in the best grades are here, to be had at most moderate cost CLOSED ON THE FOURTH. The house will be olosed on the Fourth all day. HIMMELRICH'S, 430 to 436 Markets, Braddock House, 916 Braddock Ave. je29-'WTSn TEETH. 1 tT ADD SIC. FULL mm. Eleeint sets, fine fillings aspeclaltr. Vitalized air soc. UK. PrtlLLlPS. sou Penn makes or repairs sets while you wlt. Open Sundays. mhS-143 mm of mi it a very short day at that, and to duly celebrate the same our storerooms will be closed the entire day. But in the meantime there will be some tall hustling for trade from our quarters on Wood street We are offering Big inducements to buyers of Solid Oak Refrigerators and Ice Chests. Prices are cheaper than asked for soft woods last year. Don't fail to see our hard wood goods before buying elsewhere. Window and Door Screens a specialty. Another carload of cheap Oak Bedroom Suits. The finest Solid Walnut Marble-Top Suits for the money, $50, ever offered the buyng public. The full est, brightest and most cheerful line of Floor Fabrics ever shown in the city. Some new styles of Door and Window Cornices, which are pretty and not too ex pensive, An elegant line of Lace and Chenille Cur-' tains. The largest line of Floor Rugs in the city. We -also make a specialty of the Davis New High Arm Sew ing Machine, of which we are having a nice sale. CASH OR CREDIT IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. HOPPER BROS. & CO., PIONEERS OF LOW PRICES, . 307 "WOOD STEEET. SO?7 JSr:E:AJR .FOTJETH .A."V:E. OUR last week's announce ment of big reductions in SUMMER SUITS brought many bargain seekers, every one of whom departed a pleased purchaser, and no wonder Men's Suits, nobby, shapely, all wool, well made, usual $ip, $14 and $16 quali ties, are now $8, $10 and $12, simply because we still have too many on hand. Take time to look at these Suits, and even compare them with any offered elsewhere if you doubt that they are the best values in either city. WsfoSEPH Tailors, ClotMers and Halters, 161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny. le2S-'WT8U WM. GRABOWSKY, Fashionable Hat and Bonnet Bleacher and Ostrich Feather Dyer. We bare Introduced onr new SnmmerPlate, containing all tbe leading New York styles: we will namo a few: Beanty, Vokes, Plymouth, Figaro, Chateau, Chic, Promenade. Fatti, Hastings, Oxford, Francois. Aida, Ribbon. Any of your old-fashioned Hats can be reno vated into the most fashionable and becoming style by onr new elecirlo process, rendering the Hats as good as new at a sarins from (2 to S3 a Hat. For correct styles and good wort always go to WM. GRABOWSKY, 1HE HATTER, 707 Penn aye., opposite Penn bnlldlng. REDUCTION IN LADIES' HATS. Un trimmed Hats for 2$c, fully worth $1. Trimmed Hats, 50c; worth $1 SO Trimmed Hats, $1; worth $2. $10 Hats reduced to 5. O'REILLY'S, 401 Market St. je29-S2 Is one day in the year that we think should be celebrated from sun rise to sunset, and think LISTEN TO OUR We are overstocked with merchandise. There is a Magician more, skillful than Hermann, Heller or Hartz, who, with one wave of his magic wand, can transform merchandise into money, goods into cash. This wonderful magician's name is LOW -PRICES, and he will begin his per formance at our store to-morrow morning at 8 o'clock, and will repeat the same daily during the whole month of July. PRICES REDUCED 11 EVER! DEPARTMENT, SIXTY DEPARTMENTS Full of seasonable and desirable goods, marked at such low prices as tq make them go quickly. During the week we will mention special baw gains in the various departments. To-day we merely give a general list, showing the immense variety of goods wc handle. We have mfade TRAVELERS' OUTFITS A SPECIALTY And invite the attention of all tourists' to this particular line. Men's and Boys' Furnishing Goods, Men's Athletic Suits. Boys' Shirt Waists, Small Boys' Suits, Infants' Complete Outfit, Ladies' and Children's Muslin Un derwear, Aprons, Colored Skirts, eta, ' Ladies' Cloaks, Wraps and Jerseys, Misses' and Children's Cloaks and Jerseys, Millinery Goods. ' Ribbons, Silks, Satins, Velvets and Plushes, Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, Untrimmed Hats and Bonnets, Artificial Flowers and Feathers, Gloves, Hosiery, Merino Underwear, Corsets, etc, Dress Trimmings and Buttons, Dressmakers' Supplies, Lace and Lace Goods, Embroideries, White Goods, Nets and Veilings, Linens, Towels and rapkins, Linen Handkerchiefs, Silk Handkerchiefs and Mufflers, Ladies' and Children's Neckwear, Art Embroidery and Materials for Fancy Work, Yarns and Zephyr Worsteds, Hand Knit Zephyr Goods, Notions and Small Wares, FLEISHMAN CO.'S, NEW DEPARTMENT STORES, 5043L, 506 axLd. 50S 3Van?3s:et PITTSBURG, PA. IStores closed on the Fourth of July. A LITERARY MARVEL 7M 'Itjiy yt ill irjjl fl 'S" II i'l a -I 1.1 1 i"l 11I' & .t S ii a 11 'ffln i?iWJiiM.IJst.,'rLWI'j ts). w.i w rr I L I., t . f r w !.'-,. ,jj -v -aV-, fli it 1- '' " irSmfaTM TVopublisb the Popnlar Reprintof tho ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA from latest English, edition, at $2 SO per volume, being one-third the price of the original and one-half the price of the Scnbner edition of the samo work. We hnye reproduced all illustrations, maps and texts, page for page and volume for volume. Complete sets or 21 vols: now ready for deliverr on EASY Sayments. The greatest work of tbe kind in tbe English language. A subscriber writes: Tha est ts now the cheapest." All high-priced editions of this wort in our office for comparison. Circulars and sample pages mailed. Agents wanted. TJBCJS HENRY 3. AXiIEJf COaEPAJTST, ... , . , . K SEVENTH STREET, PITTSBURG. PA. Address all communications to Pittsburg office. jeI5-su SUPERFLUOUS HAIR On the Female Face On tbe npper lip, chin, cheeks, forehead, be tween the eyebrows, en the nose, neck, hands and arms destroyed forever by the ELECTRIC NEEDLE OPERATION By SB. J.VaNDtcK. Electro Surgeon, 02 Penn are., Pittsburg. This Is a purely scientific operation and indorsed by all physicians as being positively the only method In the world by which hair can be destroyed forever. Dr. Van Dyck has operated for 11 years, has treated hundreds of cues and will forfeit tiOOO In gold in any case In which he fails to destroy every coarse hair forever, even if the patient has a regnlarly developed beard. This is in deed a godsend to every wnman with hair on ber face. Every lady thus afflicted who has the least regard forberpersocal appearance shonld stop nsinp the depilatories, tweezers, scissors or razor. Or. Van Dyck will make special terms to all who consult him durlnz this month. Office 02 Penn are., Pittsburg. Hours 9 to 8. Bundays 10 to S Book free. The doctor also successfully treats moles, warts, wens, birthmarks, red nose, enlarged veins of tho nose and every blemish, disease or discoloration of the skin, comnlerlon. hair ne ill c-- HlnbkNi fT we3? JUL r H TALE OF WOE. i Rubber Goods, Umbrellas and Parasols, Soaps and Perfumery, Toilet Goods, Combination Sets, viz.: Toilet Sets, Manicure Sets, Work Boxes, Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, etc. Fans, Fancy Goods and Bric-a-Brac, Trunks,Bags and Travelers' Outfits, Pocketbooks and Fancy Leather Goods, Books, Stationery and School Supplies, Picture Frames and Mirrors, Fancy Chinaware, Games -and Sporting Goods, Dolls and Dolls' Outfits, Toys, Baby Carriages, Velocipedes and- and Bicycles, Housefurnishing Goods andKitchen , Utensils, Clocks and Bronzes, Silverware, Solid and Plated, Jewelry, Real and Imitation, Baskets and Willow Ware, ' r Table and Pocket Cutlery, Household Hardware, Crockery, Glass and Chinaware, Lamps, Lamp Shades, etc, Specialties for Wedding Presents and Souvenirs, Flags. St. $2 50 PER VOLUME. THE LATEST DESIGNS Airs NEWEST COMBINATIONS -vx- MEN'S AND LADIES' SHOES CAN BE 70TOD AT II. THE FAMOUS" SHOE HOUSE, 52 SIXTH ST. The lowest prices for the best goods is thai standard rule of the house, and i when you wear a "Famous' Shoe" you wear the best to b. 5 had m the market. Worthy) of mention are our "SURPRISE," , 81 oo "REMARKABLE," 82 60 SflQES.1 "BU&VUti," $3 00j ', k 4 3 I pa-eeMk n no. I ,.. ruaM uo d... .Z In. . ,.SfiaEE - 36.3 wwt vnwvwwAmaftiA 3-Ax.ava i r I - 'masimtMiroMm - .