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Six Thousand American Mechanics March to Martial Music. XATIOXAL COUXCIL IX SESSION. The rian of Councilor Collins on Immigra tion Is Popular. A COMMITTEE TO WATCII LEGISLATION TSriXIAL TELEGttAM TO THE DISrATCII.1 Cleveland, June It Despite thoexccsslvo licat of the morning, followed by a heavy rain tins afternoon, members of the Junior Order of United American Mechanics took po-session of the city, and turned out 6,000 strong iii tlio parade. This, coupled with the entertainment in Mu.lc Hall to-night, w ere the chief features of tho day. Deleca tions composed of hundreds from each point arm ed early this morning from l'ittsburg, Canton, Chicago and Erio. A sultry atmos phere being o er the city, threatened to have a tcnous effect upon the members in line, but the Juniors did not come here to bo beaten by the t eather. Tho parade was a magnificent one. There n ere numerous hand-ome banners and flags in line and nearly evcr council Mas accom panied by a band. It a Mich a parade as is seen in Tittsburg on Washington's Birth day, e en to the miniature t-choolhousc that was carried by the uniformed rank. This body of men ill charge of Mnrshal J. Rhodes Miller and William Aw 1, of l'ittsburg, made a fine appearance and wcro frequently cheered along the route. The sf-sion of the National Council to-dav was of short duration. Tho convention will not get down to busine- -until tomorrow. At 0 o'clock W. A. Gordon. Maf Treasurer jf Ohio, called the National Counc:l together and Hitrodured Major llo-c, nliv delivered a stirring address of welcome, after meta- hcuclly throw iugope-i the gates of the city, so that the Junior might all be ad mitted ind have a good time. Speech of Major I Jose. Ho referred to the objects of the order as follow-. "You have placed in the fore-front of j our order the flag jijj. oi j our country, anai f&' v nm glad to know that 8 -A t-it tm ii-iTfnot.l f the idea of placing """ (2s J tnat laS upon tho school houses i want tosaj to j on thattliat flag represents some thing. It is sacred, because it is boptized bv the blo-Ml of our forefathers That nag if presents the article m the Declaration of Independence which says that all men are equal. Another pnn oipls of jour order is that you laor the preservation of the A. L. Solomon, public school sj-stem JVaf nmal Jirpn niative ot the United states. from IVisbtirp 1 heartily indorse that print ijle. Education is the foundation tone "of our republican institutions. If u place a free ballot in the hands of tiii ignorant man, it is like placing u iivub'dgun in the hands of a child. Our stui oi common schools is the best work in American libcrt." 1 l.e Mayor also "expressed his sympathy villi the principles ot the order on the im migration que-ition. and concluded with a rtueration oi welcome to tho visitors. The Meaning of the Hag. ational Vice Councilor John II. Roberts, ct Baltimore, responded to the Mayor's ad-dre-s He said that the flag of tho country llingoei tho school houses is a bond that the Junior Order of American Mechanics w u! standby if any traitorous foo assails the stem that lia made America the nation me has become, and a pledge of the order's harapionship of the common school system. In the name ol his brother members the speaker thanked the Maj or for the w elcome itended bj the city through him. Council then retired troui the hall and a brief busi ness session v as held. The reports of the officers printed exclusively in to-day'.s Dis rvrcii were read and referred to proper committees. A matter to bo taken up to-morrow that will he of special importance and which will likely h adopted, is a scheme proposed by suite Councilor Collins, of Pennsylvania, tnrough which more attention w ill be paid tu tho question of immigration than has ever be n done before. Mr. Collins' plan has been formulated and the follow ing is w hat will be presented to the convention In the mornn.g. A Committee on Legislation. The Xationnl Council shall create a body to be know n r.s the National Legislative Committee, to be composed as follows: The National CouncUoi, National Vice Councilor and National Council form of principles adopted at Chicago last year was substituted lor the present pre amble to'tho objects of the ordijr. A Grand Entertainment Given. A conipliinentaiy entertainment wns given to-night in Music Hall to tin audience of over 5,000 people. Addresses -were made bj- several prominent members of tho order. Miss Lillian Burkliart recited several selec tions in her characteristic style. Mrs. Bair, wife of National Keprosentatlvo Bair, of Braddoek, sang. National Councillor Bart lett made a speech. National Councillor J. W. McClcury, of the Daughters of Liberty, was also among the speakers. Hispresonco hero i igniflcant, ow mg to the fact that an effort is to be made to have his organization omciallj- recognized in some manner as an auxiliary to the Jr. O. U. A. M. This movo is intended to check the actions of the board of officers of the .National Coun cil of the Daughters of Liberty, which his been refusing charters to new councils all over the countrv. on the (rrotmd. it is claimed, that the organization is only at tached to the Senior order. This matter is hkclv to create trouble at tho next annual session of tho Daughters of Liberty. Tho members hero propose to set themselves in a position to secede from the Seniors if tho occasion arises and attach their entire membership to the Juniors. At SO Per Cent Below AH Competition. "We will positively undersell any and all competition this month in, furniture, carpets and Dedding. ' Contemplating buyers will do us a great favor by simply calling on us and inspecting our beautiful spring designs and patterns and noting our astonishingly low prices. Henry Bebger, G42 and 644 Liberty street. Summer Silks 76c and ?1 qualities at 50c; fl 25 qualities at 75c a yard. Jos. Hokne & Co.'s tenn Avenue Stores. A BEATnUTTL CAVE Was Recently Discovered by Fox Ilunters in Morgan County, Kentucky. Lexikotox, Kv., June 1G. A party of fox hunters in Morga i county were pursuing a quarry, when thej' suddenly came upon a high ledge. At the moment of arriving at this point the baj ing of the hounds was dis tinctly audible, the hunters not being far be hind them. Suddenlj, and without a mo ment's warning, the music of tho dogs ceased. While wondering what becamo of the dogs u belated hound who had been unable to keep up w ith the pack came up, and running be low tho ledge, set up a howl of disappoint ment, and the hunters climbed down to w here tho dogs had stopped, only to see him disappear iivw the side of the mouutain through a large irregular opening. Procur ing torches ol pine knots the hunters hastilj followed the dog. Thcv had not gone more than 100 feet until they entered a largo chamber with vaulted dome. Every inch of spice on the w alls and roof was covered w ith minute crj stals that sparkled like mill ions of diamonds when the light of the torches flashed upon them. The men hurried on, however, trying to overtake their dogs that they could hear faintlj' baying far w lthm the bowels of the earth. After going about two miles through beautiful rooms and loftj-arches nnd failing to come upon tho hounds the w cirj- huntci s had to retrace their steps owing to their hastily improvised torches being ncarlj- burned out. The dogs came home the next dav. A few days after its discovery Judge Perry visited the cave and explored it a short dis tance. He describes it as one of the most w onderful caves lie ever saw. In one of tho rooms there is n stone wall 70 vards long, I leet high and 4 feet thick. It is tiuilt of lime stone rock ot a kind not found in the cave nor an j-w here near it. Tho Judgo is at a loss to account forthe presence of this wnill, es pecially as it is cemented together with a cement as strong as the rock itself. Many people who have seen the cavo and tho arti ficial wall arc inclined to think this is tho famous Swift Care, where that worthy mined and coined silvor a hundred years an-o. If thLs should Drove correct the Judeo will be a millionaire, as Swift's cave was know n to bo one of the richest silver mines e er opened. Marriage Licenses Issned Yesterday. Name. Residence. Frederick Nelson Braddoek I Almlda CorilQs Plttaburg I William Itreunlnr Plttsbure J Mary E. McCabe Pittsburg ill. S.'IIajs Allegheny J Margaret E. Campbell Allegheny J Charles E. Glbnon... Pine townsMp (Nancy E. Kelly pine township IJohnSehleecl.....'. Pittsburg (Grace F. Coles Plltsburg jjohn Enhert Pittsburg J Annie E. Brcltweiscr Pittsburg ( Abraham Frank Pittsburg t Fannie Rosenthal Pittsburg 5 William H. Henry Jeannctte bophU Pnister Jeannctte I Andrew Lees Allegheny J Ellen Moody Allegheny 5 William Hoffman Walls I Mary A. Burns Turtle Creek j Robert Gordon t Collier township ITlllIe Scott Collier township I Thomas C. Boone Pittsburg t L. Emma Lee nttsburg 5 Thomas M. Hughe Pittsburg l Kate MulvehlU Pittsburg (John McGuirc Braddoek i Ellen O'Brien Braddoek I W. II. Culanhan McKcesport (Sadie kawson uenmson, u J Oscar E. Smith Allegheny J Annie D. Hermann Allegheny Special Invoice of New Goods iron JUNE WEDDINGS, Banquet and Plates and Trays in Doulton, Sevres, Crown Derby, Eoyal Worcester and Haviland man ufacture. Coalport Tete-a-Tete Sets ! And a large lino of other works of arts, at Sheafer & Lloyd's, , JEWELERS 37 FIFTH AVENUE. If. B. Our stock of newSterling Silverware Is too large to enumerate. my25-Mwy (Jacob Gaudet.. ibarah oge. f William J. Norris.. ( Elizabeth Harper.. : William Beech iMargarct Spence... Fittsbunr Pittsburg .Tarcntum East Deer Township , Green Tree Borough Pittsburg .Wellsrillc, O f .Tnlin S. (tTTinhpll 1 Minnie V. Downey West Sunberry, Ia (Julius C. Heigman Philadelphia ( Clara Baunn : Allegheny TWO MEN MYSTE1.0TJSLY KILLED. It Is Sup-',cd Tliey "Were Bumped Off a rreljht Car "While Asleep. rsrEC'j. TEilT 'AM TO TIlE DISVATCII.J Pors"Li.E, Ju.ie 16. There wis an ac cident near Mah-no Plan yesterday which resulted in the death ot two men. The .mangled remains of a well-dressed, middle aged man were lound on the Reading road. The bodj- is supposed to he that ot John McIIan, of Shenandoah, A little further down the road another man was discovered, who proved to be An drew Kratowskas. The only mark on his person was a deep gash near the left ear. It is supposed that Uio men were sleeping in the cars, and w hen the cars came together they were bumped off and killed. nBE EKC0ED. 14 jL " -Ti A - v , m -o tl 1 .' g" I M r' J,,' Junior James Cranxien,lhe tint t.-taie Councilor Xarimal Mcc Cwmcibr. nch s.ruto, mid in addition themrr. i-r Secretary and tho btateCouncilor. State ice Councilor and Junior Pa9t State Councilor of eich fauite .hore a State t-ouncil oxisis and not to cveeed throe members from caili St.ite wherein the order is located, but w Inch has no Mate Council, these lasr named members to tic chosen bj the "ther members of rommirtee as they Yifti. mn determine "irMl n vi'jiiiui.tiuil ill i !llMlfS'V lliv .MHlUUill JUVglSld Vs1'1 lit ccnunmtee there .1...11 1. ... .iz.. . . Ttllilll WZ UU-illUlJ lit i It tate Legislative (J luuiiiiuin-s, consist ing of the Mate Coun eiloi Mjie ViceCoun- tilor I'ast oi eacii Muto. und in ,wi.i,.... :,.., other members, to be appointed b each of i. . , T -"""-s n me respectie Mate Couucils these to scire denng tlie term ol olKce of tho board until their succes sors Lave beon named. 1 he Duties of the Committee It shall be the duty of tho National Legislative Coinmittas to rrocecd -it one- and by every honorable moans cidrcnor to have legislation enacted , tne National Congiess and the several Mr.. Legislatures controlling, restricting o pi iuluung iniinigration, and also such'Va ti i il and Mate legislation as will prote- and promote the public school system and pi e Mil settanan interference with it hnd alsu t.. uwo erj tlTort to have such statutes on the bublect as now esUt or may been. a ted propcrlj enlorced, and also to endn vor to secure the co-operation in fii1' Jetts ..fallotliei iuenronoPn?2atlmf b" 1 he National Legislative t'ommS ?" .. create tl,IW subcommittee? tc M.l-!,ha" as the ewram e, ronVTIl1 and flnante committees1 , e.j" ctl id? "SKf e.-mn.- committee shall foni..,i,,V "2 pixmuilgate the plans and method ra','d a--'.inpiislinicnt of these oi.iJi., rJ thu legiskuim, must be summed C,o ,?5? "" crutifconiniitteefortheii ii.,ir & ex lore being approved bj tb NaaSn'r11 e lat v- committee or icco.nn,en?d 'tf S oi-dcr for action. """.uuta to the rurther Scope of the Plan The duty of the ooiTesponjcnco ' , committee shall be to collect, p Ulstlilmfft I : . erature leannK on the objects or the order; to collect statistics and facts con- ceniingimmigi-ationito correspond ,wth c'er tarn organizations and Imlniduals in various Parts of the country nd perform other duties as occasion may require, a h0 flnance committee shall be em powered to collect a fund in such manncras may be determined upon bytlieLegislative Committee, which shall be at the disposition of Vf J. Sl.aler, I-ntt0 tttionaI Execu Kate .Secretary of ii-"v0 Committee, to be t !, notcoi'irf;irff.used on the recom tiR'iidution of yie Exccu(vc Committee and tinder siu-h regulations and ro stiftK - - a- the National Committee mav d 'di MM h itp'esoulntivcs spoken to to-night cpi-m to t.i .i '!i ndontloii of the plan and there I- iiodmibt Hint it will go through. Tlierepu'i ol the Committee on IJitual, which recommends a change in the obliga tion, so as to conform w ith tho present de mands and the principles of the organiza tion, was received and adopted. The plat- At Buffalo yestcrdaj- morning Urban's flour mill was destroyed andadjoining build ings narrowly escaped. Loss, $50,000; insured. At Mondovi, Buffalo county. Wis., yester day morning, seven building3, comprising nearlj all of the business part of the village, burned down. Loss, $35,000. At Danville, Ky.t yesterday morning, flro destroyed the hemp hackling establishment of Cogar, Paas & Co.,with 03,000 pounds of hemp and 40 0C0 of twine. Loss, $50,000; in surance, $34,000. Duki.q the heavy thunder storm yester day afternoon two rigs and two 100 barrel tanks belonging to tho North Penn Oil Com pany in the Specchly district, near Oil City, were struck by lightn jig and destroyed, and also a rig of Lesley Chambers on the Hum boldt farm, and a 10O-harreI tank belonging to Tom McBurnej', near Siverryvillo. At Charlcrol tho large clothing store and dwelling of Casebere & Edmunds, burned about 4 o'clock j-csterday morning. The in habitants of the building had barely time to escape in their night clothes and the prop erty was destroyed. Loss, estimated at $10, CK1. There arc some rumors that tho flre was of incendiarj- origin, but this has not been substantiated. At Cincinnati Monday midnight a panic wasnarrowlj averted at the City Hospital, when the names shot from basement to roof in the northwest building of the hollow square. Fortunatch the flre department inaue a prompt response ana prevented tne destruction of the building, and tho em ploj"cs of the hospital acted with rare discre tion an d heroism in removing without InJ ury the patients. A nurse. Miss Herrinirton. lingered so long that her escape was cut off and she had to bo lowered from a window. The pecuniary loss is comparatively smaU. Fibk was discovered in the 1 orchold of the flagship Philadelphia, at tho Brooklyn Navy Yard, Mondaj- afternoon. The flre was f oon put out and the hold was flooded with water. It was not known how the flre broke out. Some tar and varnish that were in the fore head poured out their fumes so that it was difficult to work. Several men were over come by the smoke and had to be pulled out. Joseph James, the captain of the hold, w as seriously burned. The forehold is situated nest to the magazino and under the ammuni tion room. The ammunition room and maga zino w ere also flooded with water. 1EI-STATE BEEVITIES. Two more big fnrnaces at Huntingdon aro about to l-csumo. Armed mine strikers at Corinth, W. Va, are making trouble for tho new men who aro taking their places. Howard Kedic, son of ex-Sheriff Redic, was drowned while bathing in the Conno quencssing at Butler Tuesdaj- night. The New Brighton Council has so amended Its street car ordinance that it Is now hoped that the Beaver Vallej- Traction Company will complete its line connecting the Beaver river towns. Dr. Josts, a Scranton physician charged with treating Ills family barbarously, has been warned bj- citizens to leave the city. It is said that his wife and child have died un der his abuse. "" HcmajiE Aoext O'Bries, of Pittsburg, is investigating an .alleged case of cruolty at Freedom, in which David and Mrs. Oldham are accused by neighbors of mistreating an orphan niece of tho man, Bertha Shearer. f r ill W f W DELICIOUS Flaiori;i4 k JiMl JE Wl III a J , DIES. ALBIEKEK On Monday, June 15, 1891, at 8:40 p. si.. Harry August, son of August and Lena Albleker, aged 7 months 8 daj-s. Funeral services at 2837 Penn avenue, Pittsburg, on Wedxesdat morxisg at 10.33 o'clock. BAUER On Tuesday, Juno 16, 1831, at 12.50 p. M., Bertha Matilda, daughter of Freder ick and Elizabeth Bauer, of cerebro spinal meningitis, aged 5 years 2 days. Funeral services at residenco of parents, No. 1138 Penn avenue, on Thursday, Juno 18, at 2 p. M. Interment private at a later hour. 2 BAUMGARTNER On Tuesday morning, at 7 O'clock, KATHER1KE BAnMOARTSER,wlfO of Charles Baumgartner, aged iSyears 4 months 11 days. Funeral will take place on Thursday at 2 p. M. from the residenco. No. 7 Knox avenue, Thirty-first ward. Mt. Oliver Lodgo No. 533, K. L. of H., and sister lodges and fricnd3 of tho family aro respectfully invited to at tend. 2 BLACKnERST On Tuesday, Juno 10,1891, at 7:45 p. m., at the Church nome, Penn ave nue and Fortieth street, Mrs. Elizabeth Blackherst, in the 88th year of her age. Funeral from tho Homo on Thursday, Juno 18, at 10 3a 'a. it. CALLAGHAN On. Monday, June 15, 1891. at 2 p. St., Michael Callaohan, father of John, Michael and James Callaghan and Mrs. Catharlno Hart, aged 92 years. CIIIDLOW On Tuesday, June 16, 1891, at 130 a. St., at his residence. No. 14 Central street, Allegheny, Joux T. Chidlow, beloved husband of Hattie S. Chidlow (nee Grim), in his 23th year. Funeral services on Thursday, June 18, at 2 r. st. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 CLARK Suddenly on Tuesday morning, June 1G, 189!, at his residence. No. 5134 EU worth avenue, Samuel M. Clark. Notice of funeral hereafter. ELLIOT Tuesday, June 16, 1891, at 7 A. St., at tho residence of his parents, No. 2223 Cen ter avenue, Corsehus Eugene, infant son of Cornelia J. and E. F. Elliot, aged 8 months and 7 dirys. Funeral services on "Wednesday EYEimra, Juno 17, at 8 o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. Inter ment private at Allegheny Cemetery on Thursday morning. FLEMING Suddenly, in Boston, Mass.,, Monday, June 15, 1891, Robert K. Flesiiho. Funeral in Boston. FRAUENHEIM At his residence, corner Thirty-eighth street and Penn avenue, on Tuesday, June 16, 1891, at 12:15 p.m., Mr. Ed ward Frauenheim. Funeral notice hereafter. GIST On Sundav evening, June 14, 1891, at 6.43,Tuomas Gist, St., in the 75th year of his age. McCRACKEN On Tuesday afternoon, June 1C, at 3:30 o'clock, W. J., Jr., infant sou of W. J. and Essie FUlton McCracken. Funeral from the parents' residence, 515 Sheridan avenue, Thursday siorxisg, at 10 o'clock. Friends of the familj- are respect fully Invited to attend. 2 MCGREGOR On Tuesday, June 16, 1S91, Maroaret McGregor, in her 63th year. Funeral from her late residence near Oak dale station, Pa., on Thursday morsiso, 10 o'clock. Friends of tho family are respectful ly invited to attend. 2 NOBLE At noon on Tuesday, Juno 1G, 1891, Sadie A., daughter of the late Henry and Anna Noble, formerly of O'Hara town ship, near Sharpsburg. Funeral on Thursday, June 18, at S:30 a. it., from the residence of her brother-in-law. Samuel Henderson, No. 274 Forty-fifth street, Pittsburg. Carriages leave Jos. Holsheimer's undertaking rooms In Sharpsburg at 8 a. sr. Friends invited. ROACn On Tuesday morning, Juno 16, 1891, at 6 o'clock, Edmoxd Roach, only child of Michael D. and Sarah A. Roach, aged 6 years 6 months. Funeral from tho residence of Mrs. Me Garr, Meridian street, Duquesne Heights, Thirty-fifth ward, this apterkooh at 3 a'clock. Friends of the familj' are respect fully invited to attend. SCHEIDE On Tuesday, June 16, 1891, at his residence in Shalcr township, .Evergreen plank road, Jous Scheide. Tho funeral w ill take place from his late residenco, Thursday, June 13, at 2 o'clock p. M. Friends are Invited. 2 SCOTT On Monday, June 15, 1891. at 10 a. sl, Sarah, wife of Georg3 Scott, in her 74th year. Funeral wrill take place from her late resi dence, corner of Webster avenue and Gum street; on Wednesday, June 17, 1HU, at 2 r. M. Friend 3 of the familj' are respectfully in vited to attend without further notice. 2 SHEPHERD On TUesdaj-, June 16, 1891, at 3J55 p. St., David Leo, inlant son of Albert S. and the late Mary Simms Shepherd, aged 2 months and 20 daj-s. Fnneral from the family residence, 22 Seventh street; on Wediiesday afternoon aj 3 o'clock. STRAIN On Saturdaj'.Juno 13, 1891,at Phil adelphia, George Day, only son of Ebenezer W. and Georgio Day Strain, formerly of Al leghcny City, aged 7 months. Interment Juae 16 at Philadelphia. 2 ANTHONY MEYER, (Successor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Llm.,) UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER, Office and residence, 1134 Penn avenue xeiepnone connection. m.vl3-3t-jtwrsu HOW IS THIS? A whole window full of 'BARGAINS. Look in our Fifth avenue window You will see many choice Shoes, Slippers, Oxfords, Outing Shoes at greatly reduced prices. The price makes them POSITIVE BARGAINS. A peep into the Fifth avenue win dow will bring you inside. C- A. VERNER, Fifth Ave. and Market St. Riding Leggins. Foot Forpi. Bicycle. Tennis. je8-MWT tUiA-? 3 Comfortable Hocking Ghairs. Many are the patterns and pretty the designs. A pejfect chair will prove cool, comfortable and durable. Another lot of our extremely lozv piiced Porch Rockei's at 75c. For wear we recommend the same rocker with glazed double cane sealing at $1 25. Arm Ciairs, Settees and full Arm Rockers at pro portionate prices. Summer cot tages supplied with Wakefield & Hcyzvood's Reed and Rattan Furniture, with a saving of freight and cartage. 1 fe! Q if IfSfc II kilBff . il wsg!) 4 W mm 7Illte! jeH-wsu 1 """1 T' W -, if STRAW HATS! JXMES m. FULLERTON UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER, Offices: No. 6 Seventh Street and 6234 -, , ,. Pess. Avenue, East End. Telephone 1L3. mylO-126-wxsu FLORAL EMBLEMS. ORCHIDS AND ROSES OF RARE BEAUTY. A. M. & J. B. MURDOCH," tlOSMITHFIELDST. Telephone 429. de9-92-MW All Duquesne Traction Cars Pass our Forbes street greenhouses, -where we offer a superb stock of hardy roses and flowering plants. - . ,. JOHN R. ft A. MURDOCH, Telephone 239. W Smithfleld street. my25-MW NATUrreUITFtAVORS. Vanilla Of pcrfecb purity. I emon - Of great Strength. AlS I Economyfln their uso Assets . . e9.07i.6i 33 . PATENTS Rose etc- F,av" as delicately Insurance Go. of North America. o. d. levis, Solicitor of Patents, and drtta&dy a. thejfresh fruit ... M&ffi8&Sfr J iSgg&SgfgiS -IN- Genuine Mackinaw, . English Split Braids, . Caxtons and Finest Milans Are now all ready. We have SAILOR HATS in wide or narrow brims, all colors, for gentlemen, ladies and children. Prices 75c, $1, $1 50, and the finest qualities produced. PAULSON BROTHERS, 441 WOOD, STREET. ' Je3-itnr Negligee Shirts FOR MEN AND BOYS! Ths Comfortable Shirt for the Heated Term. "Wo have a largo line of Cheviot, Madras and Zephyr Cloth Negligee Shirts In YOUTH AND COYS' sizes from 12 to 1 Inch, ranging from 75c to $2 B0, and FOR MEN" from $1 to $3. Wo also have a large lino of Flannels for boys from $1 60'up, and for men from $1 SO up. Tho Men's sizes in Flannel and Cheviot range from 14 to 18 and 20-inch neck. Hot Weather Night Shirts PAJAMAS, See our feather-weight Cambric and Nain sook Night Shirts, THE COOLEST NIEHTSHIHT MADE; HORNEWARD, 41 Fifth Avenue. jeie-n B. & B. OK UU TO-DAY Some more great PURCHASES the kind that has given us such a phenomenally large busi- ness this season. CARPETS ITT Lace .Curtains, PORTIERES, ETC. All-wool extra super Ingrain Carpets. Full lino of Mocraettes, Body Brus sels, etc vnsrcEisri? & SCOTT, 6023 PENN AVENUE; EAST END. Tele::fc.or3.e 5081, Steam Carpet Cleaning Only 3c Per Yard. Jel7-Mw New WASH SILKS, the choicest and best you've ever seen, at 50c. New 27-INCH INDIA SILKS, 50c. . 50 pieces extra wide 26-inch SILK WARP CREPONS all creams made in1 Japan, 20c. Awful loss this to the importer, as when imported they were to retail at 50 cents. Our customers those who come promptly get these SILK WARP CREPONS at less than half, 20c. 65c 4-4 NOVELTY GINGHAMS CHILDREN'S FINE MULL HATS. PRICES REDUCED From $ 1 90 to From $2 25 to From $2 75 to From S3 00 to $i 25 Si 5 $2 00 $2 25 at 32 l-2c. Theso are the finest qualities and choicest styles. FLEISHMAN & CO., 504, 506 and 508 Market St. Patent Medicines at cut prices. Price List mailed free of charge. "Write for it Jel7 M1LM Illustrate the Leading Styles in SLIPPERS! L rfiMMnRh?rriBass OUR NANON TIE de mands a fine investigation, as it is an entire new design and ladies cannot fail to appreciate them. Next is our ONE STRAP WITH BUCKLE, High cost Ginghams, 65 c ones, didn't sell fast importer cut price in two then we bought all that's why we sell at 32 l-2c. AMERICAN ZEPHYR GING HAMS, 6 l-2c. IOC, IIC, I2j4c. 4-4 AMERICAN ZEPHYR GINGHAMS wonderful- 15c. ONDULO the new Zig Zag style on nice Bengaline Cloth new and stylish wash goods proper color combinations on white grounds, 12 l-2c, TRUNKS That will stand the baggagemen's tossing is the kind we offer best values in. Crystal Saratogas from $4 up; duck-covered, fiat-top styles, from $6 50 up. All are substantially made and can be relied upon. Excellent Grain Leather Club Bags from $2 up. Solid Grain Leather Gladstone Satchels from $3 50 up. Our sales of Men's Summer Suits are decidedly successful it's clearly a case of better quality than is offered elsewhere. Prices, $7, $S 50 and Sio 50. Some exceptionally interesting items also in Light Colored Stiff Hats, of the newest shades, at $1 50, $2 and $2 50, reduced from $2 50, $3 and 33 50. OUR NEW STRAW HATS, 1st, the Rough Sailor. 2d, the English Sailor. 3d, the Mackinaw Sailor. 4th, the Soft Crown Milan. 5th, the Soft Crown Mackinaw. 6th, the Soft Crown Saginaw. The ahove styles nre especially adapted for our hest trade, and are manufactured by Dunlap&Co., and D. D. Youman, of New York, lor which -we aro special agents, J. G. BENNETT & CO., Leading Hatters and Furriers, COR. WOOD ST. and FIFTH AVE. There are no hats equal to Bennett & Co.'s. Jel6-4o VHIMMrfSTJ Costs but $1 50, Worth much more fit perfect, and makes a very handsome slipper. Next sketch is our ONE STRAP SANDAL At center counter White Goods De partment. Large lot FRERES KOECH LINS FINEST FRENCH SATINES, 15c. All myrtle green grounds with old rose, gold and white designs. BLACK SILK GRENADINES Brocades, 50c. Colored silk stripes, 50c. Black spots and figures in all Black Silk Grenadines, 85c. A dollar and quarter is the price gen erally of like goods. 42-inch double-width BLACK SILK STRIPED GRENADINES, MANUFACTURERS' AND MERCHANTS INS. CO., 417 Wood St., Plttsburjr, Pa. Capital $250,000 00 Assets, January 1, 1891 383,302 37 Directors Charles W. Batchclor, Presi dent; John W. Chalfant, Vice President; A. E. Vt. Painter, Robert Lea, M. W. Watson, John Wilson, Joseph Walton, Wm. G. Park, A. 31. Byers, James J. Donnell, George E. Painter, John Thompson. Wm. T. Adair, Secretary; James Little, Assistant Secretary; August Ammon. General Asent. i&21 33-ac.r &n?SS OW o$PK CLOTHIERS, TAILORS AND HATTERS, 16o1-1ga Federal St., Allegheny. MS-1 . s3 W O LOOP 9 If E& 5n 13 Ufa Has no rival In the -world. SOO years' ex perience in Brazil and two years in this, country. It positively cure all diseases arising from Impure blood. Nomlneral.no failures, no relanses. CrtM Tur TfVC VT VUIV7 fcCAV T i. 12 Market St., Pittsburg. JeU 412 WrnL ARTIST AND PHOTOGRAPHER, 16 SIXTH STREET. Cabinets, $2 to tl ppr dozen: netites 31 tkt doze- Telephoned ap73-Mwp3? HOT WEATHER -AND- rilMMELRlCrrs5!,S-y The neatness of this design has always been met with a large demand with improvements in every point, we anticipate large sales on them. Our price is but ALL $150. $1 25. WIDTHS. Next sketch is our PLAIN OPERA. U rliMMETRICH'sf 'Jfr These slippers start in price at 50c and move upward, yet we'll say all good bargains. All our other styles which are too numerous to speak of here should enlist your attention. This will be an important sale, and let nothing deter you from attending. All-Wool Finest FRENCH CHAL LIS, 100 pieces at 35c. 100 pieces at 40c. 100 pieces at 50c. 100 pieces at 55 c. We established a special, department for All-Wool French Challis early in the season, and thousands of pieces have gone out therefrom choice styles and the prices are the reasons and this Challis Department is pushing forward with renewed effort, and the people evidently appreciate the merits ot this Chain Department . get choicest and best and SAVE MONEY when they get them. 4-4i AMERICAN CHALLIS, 10c and 1 2c CHALLIS, 4c, 5c, 6 l-4c and 7c. The prettiest and newest at the dif ferent prices. LIGHT-WEIGHT CLOTHING. TEETU-ST GrO TOGETHEE. And we have the finest stock of the latter in the city. It com prises 'every material which summer calls to mind, while in nrirf we begin as low as 29 Cents to fit you in light, cool summer coats. We are having a good, breezy rush for these just now, for the people have got on to the fact that summer is here to stay, and they are preparing for it FEATHER-WEIGHT FABRICS By the Score in Every Color, From the Lightest to Black. Good Alpaca Coats $1.25 Good Alpaca Coats and Vests $2.23 Washable Coats and Vests . . 69 Cents Up French and English Flannels in Great Variety. Pongees, Drap d'Etes, Nuns Cloths in stylish and handsome garments at small cost. Marseilles, P. K. and Flannel Vests, single and double-breasted, at greatly reduced prices. TENNIS BLAZERS in Great Variety. HiMMELRICH'S, 430-436 MARKET ST.. Braddoek House, 916 BRADDOCK AVE, PARASOLS, FANS, LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS, . LADIES', GENTS' AND CHILDREN'S GAUZE UNDERWEAR. All these departments are offer ing nice goods at such prices as will pay an investigation. BOGGS & BUHL, ALLEGHENY. May uilBuisJay Sneclals for Mm SEE OUR ONE DOLLAR TABLE. On a Table by Themselves You Will Find the Following: Several Lines of FINE KILTS in White Piques, LINENS, GINGHAMS and SEERSUCKERS. These are re duced from $2 and $3.50 to just $1 for these Two Days. Special Lines of JERSEYS Worth $3, go for $1. immense Values in SAILOR SUITS at $1. This' is doing better by you in proportion than we did on Monday in those light-colored suits for men, and those of you who bought one -of them know that you got a bargain with a big B. Negligee Shirts, Straw Hats, Summer Neckwear and all the other things to make you comfortable for the heated term are here in immemse quantities at the right price. GUSKY'S, 300 to 400 Market Street. tt jeu-wjsu I'M