Pittsburg dispatch. (Pittsburg [Pa.]) 1880-1923, July 17, 1889, Page 5, Image 5

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    A LAW OVERTIMED.
Judge JIcFlierson Decides Thai Taxes
Are Kot First Liens.
JOHNSTOWN TEOPLE GET MONEY.
A Springfield. 0., Clergyman Dies
Broken Heart Because
of a
HIS WIFE LEFT DIM FOE THE STAGE
TfrECiAi. tslequxm to TnsDisrATCir.i
Huntingdon, Pa., July 16.-Judge
Jlcrherson, of Ltbanon county, who re
cently presided at the Argument Court here
In the absence of Judge Furst, has just
handed down an interesting opinion in a
case heard before him, and which was in
effect a radical chance in all the State
courts of the interpretation of the act of
1881, P. L. 45, entitled 'An act to mafee tax
assessment upbn real estate a first lien."
The literal acceptance of this act has been
observed in this and all other counties in
the State erer since the act was passed, but
now, under Judge McPherson's opinion, it
is declared unconstitutional and, therefore,
inoperative any longer.
The case in question was an action
brought by the County Commissioners of
this county to recover back taxes, amount
ing to about $600, on unseated lands, con
trolled by A. P. W. "Wilson et al. H. B.
Dunn, the Auditor before whom the issue
was first heard, decided against the allow
ance of the taxes, but this not provine mu
tually satisfactory, the case was taken be
fore the last Argument Court, presided over
by Judge McPherson. "Without allowing
the parties to enter upon the questions ar
gued at the hearingbefore the Audltor.Judge
McPherson ruled that these had nothing to
do in the way of disposing of the case,
but that the constitutionality of the act of
Assembly bearing on the case should first
be taken into consideration. Judge Mc
Pherson reserved his decision until yester
day, when he filed an opinion declaring the
act of 1881 relative to the case at issue un
constitutional. Since the Judge's decision
has been received the legal fraternity here
are unanimous in indorsing the Judge's
views, although the constitutionality of the
act has never before been given serious con
sideration. AFFAIRS AT JOUXSTOWN.
A Comparatively Quiet Time, With Funds
BcSnc Paid Out.
ISrECIJU. TXLEGRAX TO Till DISPATCH.!
.Johnstown, July 16. The body of Mrs.
Mary A. Swiuiford, of St. Louis, was disin
terred to-day and shipped to her former
home. But one body was recovered, and it
was unrecognizable. The people here are
ery much annoyed at the silence of Gov
ernor Beaver as to how he has expended the
money, and they now fear he will have the
relief fund mixed up so badly with the
funds that the State is supposed to be
furnishing that the two cannot be separated.
The Board of Inquiry had a difficult case
before it to-day. William Sweitzer resided
in a jtart of the town that was not flooded,
but was caught while on his way home from
work and drowned. He leaves a helpless
widow and several children, and the board
has about determined to give them a share
with the other sufferers.
Judge Cummin did not come to the town
to-day, but the Board of Inquiry handed
out the orders to those entitled to relief in
the Fourth ward. The Judge has an
nounced the different districts that will be
naid during the next week, beginning with
Thursday.
Father Field, of Philadelphia, who has
been in town since morning, says he finds a
great need of bed clothing. He is also very
much opposed to the saloons being open
here at this time, and will call a meeting
of the clergy and others one day this week
to take some steps toward closiug them.
James F. Graham, who has the $10,000
fund contributed by the New York World
in charge, arrived here yesterday, accom
k panied by his wife and daughter. With the
party was Nellie Bly. The party had con
siderable trouble securing comfortable quar
ters, there being co hotels of any preten
sions here. Mr. Graham has the money
with him in currency, and the party expect
to make a canvass o! the place and apply it
personally to the most destitute cases they
can find.
COI-LlXs DIDN'T ELOPE.
Ho Knows Nothing of llic YVliercnbonta of
Mm. Wylen SSO.ODO for a Lcs.
Youngstown, July 16. Charles Col
lins, charged by Edward "Wyles with elop
ing with Mrs. "Wyles, was arrested at Silver J
Lake, O., last night by Detective Moyer
and brought here this afternoon, where he
gave bail for a hearing next Tuesday. The
accused protests his innocence of the charge
and most emphatically asserts that he has
not seen or heard of Mrs. AVyles, and has
no knowledge of where she is. Mr. Collins
states that he had only a slight acquaint
ance with Mrs. Wyles, and that he had no
thought of eloping with her or anyone else.
He is desirous of a full investigation, as he
asserts he can prove his innocence beyond a
doubt.
Owen Loftus, Jr., this afternoon com
menced suit here against the Pennsylvania
Company, claiming 500,000 damages for the
loss of a leg while attempting to board a
passenger train at Haselton in 1877. Loftus
was 10 years old at the time.
WOOL AlkD PETROLEUM.
An Excellent Showing- for llic Products
of
Wnfthlngton County
Bcjioettsto'WN, Pa., July 16. W. H.
Witherspoon, of this town, took in 20,000
pounds ol wool at Frankfort to-day, and ex
pects to take in 10,000 pounds more on
Thursday. The price paid was 33c and
33'Ac
Well No. 1 on the James Saxton farm, at
Murdochsville, is in and doing 0 barrels.
N. F. Clark & Co. are erecting two more
derricks on the Savpge farm. The rig on
the S. J. Christ place is completed.
A lUUilne S400 Found.
rFPFCTAL TELZCRAM TO IHI DISPATCn.1
Fij.di.ay, O., July 16. About a year
ago Mary Hoover, an aged lady of this city,
reported that she had been robbed of $400
;n cash, the savings of many years, but as
there was no evidence of a burglary the
matter has ever since remained a mystery.
Two weeks ago Mrs. Hoover died and left
a will providing for the sale of borne real
estate to pay her debts and funeral ex
penses. Yesterday the executor in hunting
througb her effects found the missing money
in a basket of carpet rags, where the old
lady had doubtless hidden it herself and
forgotten all about it. The amount was
more than sufficient to pay all her debts,
leaving the real estate clear for her heirs.
Two Attempts nt Snlclde.
WAMtEN, O., July 16. D. "W. Mc
Clurky, an expert carriage builder, tried to
commit suicide this afternoon by shooting
and alterward escaped from his attendant
and had nearly readied the river to make a
second attempt, when he was recaptured.
McClurky was injured in the head by an
exploding shell. His act was due to tem
porary insanity. He is a member of Tod
Post, Youngstown, and moved here with
his family a few months ago.
lion. A. YV. Acbeson' 60 111 Dlrtlidnr.
Washington, Jolj 1G. Yesterday was
the 80th birthday of Hon. A. W. Acheson.
Quite a large number of his friends called
upon him in the evening. A congratulatory
letter signed by nearly all of our most promi
nent citizens was handed to him, which he
gratelully acknowledged.
r'Ti flsaftln" it ft Vi lilis ii MJitifiisfi rr
A CIcrKimnn Wboo Wire Denartcd Illm for
the (Mngo Riven Up Iilfr.
IFrrCIALTrLEGtlAM TO THE DISPATCH.
SrniNCFlELD, O., July 16. Rev. W.
T. Lewis, pastor of the Fr Will Baptist
Church, died here in the city hospital? to
day of a broken heart. He was born in
England, graduating at Oxford in 1877.
His parents were well-known theatrical peo
ple, and irom them he inherited a love for
t'ie stage. Coming to America, he entered
Harvard College, studied law, and was ad
mitted to practice in all courts in Ohio.
Bev. Lewis married in Washington, D. C,
in 1881, Miss Ellie Johnson, daughter of
George W. Johnson, who for years managed
the old Madison Square Theater, a rotem
porary of Forest and the rest of the eminent
old-timers.
The girl had a predilection for the stage.
Possessed of marked personal charms, and
a very fair voice, she entered upon a course
of study under Sidney Bosenfeld, and
graduated from his tutorage wellequipped for
the comic opera stage. She had appeared in
"Olivette," "Mascot" and some of the lighter
operas. In 1884 Mr. Lewis became a minis
ter ot the gospel. His wife settled dowp
and became apparently a model
Christian. Lut October she surrepti
tiously let her husband and has not been
heard from since. Mr. Lewis used every ef
fort to find her, but failed, and sighed his
life away. It was reported she was with the
Wilbur Opera Company, but the report was
never substantiated. Bev. Lewis was small
and emaciated, of brilliant and varied attainments.
AS OHIO ftCUMER SCllOOL.
It Opens at SienbcnTillc nnd Promises to be
a Great hucccas.
Steubenyille, July 16, The Ohio
Valley Summer School of Methods of Teach
ing in session here under the auspices of
the Ohio "Valley Superintendents' Bound
Table is a highly gratifying success. Its
first week began with 100 teachers
In attendance; its second began to-day with
ISO, and a programme replete with able in
structors and increasing interest. The at
tendance is above that which was had at the
last National Summer School at Saratoga,
and the advantages, while not spread over
as broad a field, with as many courses, are
yet fully the equal of the former in the
paths chosen and the work done.
lie Was In the Flood.
Gbeensbdkg, July 16. A private tele
gram from Philadelphia this afternoon an
nounces the death of John Dorsey. Mr.
Dorsey was a victim of the Johnstown flood,
having been one of the four commercial
travelers quartered at the Hurlbut House.
He has traveled for Bittew & Co., the Phila
delphia tobacconists, through Western
Pennsylvania, Eastern Ohio and West Vir
ginia for a number of years.
Counterfeiter on Tilal.
Ebie, July 16. The United States Conrt
was occupied to-day with the -cose of the
Government against Curtis Fox and P. H.
Porter, the ringleaders of a gang of coun
terfeiters who have been making Cherry
Tree township, Butler county, their head
quarters. The counterfeiters are defended
by Judge McCandless, ex-Chief Justice of
Mexico. Witnesses are here from Iowa
and elsewhere.
Hebb's Assailants Cnptnred.
Uniontown, July 16. J. S. Hebb, a
coke worker, at Brownfield, who was so se
verely beaten in "Coon Hollow" on Satur
day night by a number of colored men and
women, died at his home to-day. To-day
Frank Atkins, Lizzie Hunt, Emma Wells
and Fannie Franks, all colored, were ar
rested, charged with being Hebb's assail
ants. Vennnco Republican Primaries.
Frankxin, July 16. The Republican
County Committee met yesterday and fixed
upon Saturday. August 17, as the date for
holding the primary election. There are
but two offices to fill in this county this fall,
that of Sheriff and County Surveyor.
LATE LOCAL BKETITIES.
Last Klcbt's Gleanings of Little News Item
From Dotb Cities.
Chief Evans went to New York last night.
Judge Charles Geettan, of Staunton,
Va., Is at the Monongabela House.
Tub unmarried men in the employ of the
Derry Coal Company at Bradunville have been
suspended.
Thomas Leech and Elmer Pillow, two Al
legheny jouhb men, started on a Western bunt,
ing tour last uigbt.
B. Dwigiit Wiman. a son of Erastus Wl
man, was in the city yesterday. He left for
Chicago last night.
Hannah Joseph, of Soho, yesterday
bronght suit against ber husband, Thomas
Joseph, for desertion and non-support.
Joshua Rhodes left for the East last night
to attend a meeting of the Pipe Association at
Manhattan Beach. Mr. Rhodes said the trade
was good.
Charles Weuiabth, a heater atMoor
hcad's mill, bad bis leg broken by getting It
caught in a switch in the mill yard early j es
terday moraine.
A lawn fete was given at the residence of
Joshua Goldthart on Washington avenue,
Mount Washington, last evening, for the bene
fit of the Mount Washington Episcopal Church.
A WAGON" belonging to John A. Martin and
a baggy owned by James McKnigbt collided
near the corner of Forbes and Craig streets
yesterday afternoon. The buggy was demol
ished. &mm"k
All Tired tout from the depressing effect of
the changing season, or by. hard work and
worry you heed the toning, building np,
nerve-strengthening effect of Hood's Sarsapv
rilla, to give you a feeling of bealtb and strength
again. It parities the blood, cures biliousness
dyspepsia, headache, etc
Hoo d't Sarsapzrilla is sold by all druggists.
$1; six for 55. Prepared by C. I. HOOD t CO.,
Lowell, Mass. Be sure to get Hood's.
WHEN YOU ORDER,
APOLUNARIS
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
Attempts are frequently made to
palm off inferior Waters bearing
labels closely resembling the genuine
Apollinaris labels.
Bottles bearing the genuine Apolli
naris labels are frequently filled
with a spurious article.
LOOK AT THE CORK,
which, if genuine, is branded with
the name of the Apollinaris Com'
piny, Limited, and the words "ApoU
litiaris Brunnen '
around an anchor
f 'JC344I-W
Imported Ale and Porter
Bass ale, Burke's bottling bass ale, Mc
Mullin's bottling and Guinness' extra Dub
lin stout; pints by the dozen. Telephone
677.
SCHDETZ, BENZIEIIAUSEN & CO.,
lOOnd 102 Market St., cor. First ave.
MWF
See the Gernvrood Kew Pall Neckwear
To-Day.
We are the first to show fall styles. Too
early? Well you may want to see the latest.
Here's the place.
Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penu Avenue Stores.
For Medical Purposes.
Old Cognac brandies, pure blackberry
wine, genuine imported Gilka kummel,
genuine imported Boonekamp of maag bit
ters, imported Holland gin.
bCHUETZ, RENZIEHAUSEN & CO.,
100 and 102 Market St., cor. First ave.
Telephone 677. MW
Excursion to the Ocean.
The B. & O. R. B. will sell excursion
tickets to Atlantic City to-morrow, July
18. Bate $10 for the round trip, tickets
good for 10 days. Trains leave depot at 8
a. M. and 920 P. M. Secure your parlor
and sleeping car accommodations at once.
Table Linen Hcmnnnts Good Lcnstbs
Of fine Damasks, cheap remnant week
here. Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
WlLnELll's Quelle natural mineral
waters, imported from the spring, Nassau,
Germany, celebrated since 1S68, in cases of
50 quart bottles, $5 per case.
SCIItTETZ, KENZIEHAUSEN & CO.,
100 and 102 Market st, cor. First ave.
MWP
Four Dots More Remnant Week.
Come in this week remnants and rem
nant prices are making business lively here.
Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Champagnes, Louis Boederez, Veuve
Clicquot, G. H. Mumm & Co. Extra Dry,
Piper Heidsieck Sec, Napoleon's Cabinet,
etc., etc.
ScnuETZ, Renziehatjsen & Co.,
100 and 102 Market st. cor. First ave.
Telephone 677. MWP
Ribbons for Dresses Remnants Lengths
Of all silk ribbons, very cheap dark and
light. Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
The Celebrated Bedford Spring.
Passengers taking mail express via Penn
sylvania Railroad, leaving Union station at
1 p. m., arrive at Bedford same evening,
every day except Sunday.
California wines, Gutaedel, Riesling.
Zinfeudal, Muscatelle, Angelica, port and
sherry.
Schcetz, Renziehausen & Co.,
100 and 102 Market st, cor. First ave.
Telephone 677, MWP
Fob cramps and colics. The original
Brown's Ginger. Fred. Brown, Phila,
White and fancy dress vests.
Jam.es H. Aiken & Co., 100 Filth ave.
marriage Licenses Granted "Yesterday.
Name. Beildencs.
William n. Martin ... Freedom
I Emms 31. Msrtln i Allegheny
J George Truial Tarentum
1 Clara Coss. .Tsrentum
( George Mangold Allegheny
Mary Miller Allegheny
t En gene Meters. Allegheny
J Caroline UieUche Allegheny
( Jacob K. Craig Fayette county
Jacob K
MzzleU
I j.izzieiinmDaia rayene county
( John Wilson Mlraln township
Ana Colley Mifflin township
(Thomas U. Batemau .......Millvaic I)oro
J Jennie K. Gillespie analer townsnlp
(Charlei Keys Plttsbnrg
(Xlis Fairfax Pittsburg:
John T. C Michael...... Allegheny
(Ida E. Buth Allegheny
t Emll Oartlscr. Pittsburg
Lizzie Uelntz Pittsburg
DIED.
BOLLMAN At Way Cross City, Ga., July
13, 1SS3, Chables Habvey Bollman, son of
the late Lewis Bollman, in the 21st year of his
age.
Funeral Irom the residence of his grand
father. A. T. Gregg, Monongahela City, Jult
17, at 3 o'clock P. M.
COYNE On Monday afternoon. July 15, 1889,
at 6.10 o'clock, annie uufft. wile oi xnomas
Coyne, aged 33 years.
Funeral from her late residence, Harrison
street.between Forty-ninth and Fiftieth streets,
on Wednesday afternoon. July 17, 1889, at
3 o'clock. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. 2
DILLON On Tuesday morning, at 3:10,
Samuel Bates, and at 12-40 p. m., Charles
Wilmeb, twin sons of F. B. and Kate Dillon,
aged 2 months and 2 days.
Funeralervices at the residence of their pa
rents in Coraopolis, on Wednesday, July 17,
1SS9, at P. M. Friends of the family are in
vited to attend.
HEYL Tuesday, July 1(L at 6.50 A. il,
Francis G., only son of W. A. and Ollie P.
HeyL
Funeral from his late residence, Penn ave
nue, near Main street, Wednesday, July 17,
at 10 A. M.
McGRAW On Monday, July 15, at 10 A. M.
John, ton of B. McGraw, aged 8 years and 5
months.
Funeral on Wednesday at9 a. k., from res
idence of father. East street, Allegheny.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
PATTERSON At Amsterdam. N. Y.. on tho
15th Inst., at 3.30 A. M., D. E. Patterson, Gen
eral Manager of Union Pacific Tea Company.
Notice of funeral later.
'New York, Cleveland and St. Louis papers
p'ease copy.
RODGERS-June 15, at 530 o'clock, sud
denly, James Rodoeks, aged 63 years.
Funeral at 9 o'clock Wednesday morn
ing, from St. James' Church, Elliott street,
Thirty-sixth ward. z
ZANHISER On Tuesday, July 16, 1889, at
5:30 o'clock A. M., J. W. Zanhisek, In his 61th
year.
Funeral services at the Seventh U.P. Church,
Forty-fourth street, on Thursday after
noon, at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend. 2
JAMES M. FULLERTON,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Street.
Telephone 1153.
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U.UEVUBE ASOK,
Undertaken and Embalmers and Livery Stables,
jKhouunniBucci, ucarxiim STeaue.
At the old stand fine carriages for ihopplngor
parties or opera at the most reasonable prices.
'J elephone 22S. mhU-9(t-wsa
ANTHONY MEYER,
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold it Co., Lim.,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1134 Penn avenne. Tele
phone connection. mylO-09-MWFSu
FLORAL EMBLEMS. .
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND. SMILAX
A. M. & J: B. MURDOCH,
jri n smithfield st.
01U Telephone 9. deB.f4.MTTP
ROSES, WATER LILIES..
FLOWERS AND FLORAL WORKAGREAT
SPECIALTY.
At low prices daring summer.
JOHN R & A. MTTBDOOH,
Telephone 239. 503 Smitiipield St.
Je28-MWP
pEPRESENTEIi IN PITTSBURG IN ISO.
ASSETS . t9J071,6D63S.
Insurance Co. ofWTorth America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. ia2042-D
mHE BELLE OF THE SEASON WAS THE
I young lady who wisely called upun Miss
Landers before going to the srashore andpro
vided herself with those beautiful, all natural
hair bangs and curls. Latest styles. La Tosca,
Hading, Little Paris and others. Be sure and
call on MISS MARIE LANDERS, Hugos 4
Hacke building, upstairs. Take Sperbeps ele-
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We believe we have the finest assortment of
Diamonds in tho city. We do our own m6unt
ing and can show some very handsome styles.
We bare a specially nlco assortment)! Rings,
with Diamonds. Rubles, Opals, Sapphires,
Emeralds. Pearls, etc It will do you good to
see our stock and prices.
WATTLES & SHEAFER,
JEWELERS,
37 FlfTH AVENUE.
We will close our store at fi p. m except
Saturdays, nntll September J. jyiu-Mwr
BRASS and IRON
BEDS-TEAPS.
BRASS, 3x6-0, at 29.
IRON, Brass Trimmed, 8x64, at J9 75.
Any size on order.
FACTORY PRICES on ORDEflS in LARGE
QUANTITIES
P. C. Schoeneck,
7U LIBERTY ST.
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OPPOSITE WOOD.
REMNANTS
-OP-
BANKRUPT STOCK
-OF-
SUMMER GOODS
of J. R. ANDERSON, at 138 Federal street,
8,000 OHATiIIS rem
nants. 10,000 SATINE rem
nants. 6,000 wool cloth
remnants.
-WILL BE SOLD-
FRIDAY, JULY 19,
AND .FOLLOWING DAY&
The grandest bargains offered to this public.
T, M, LATIMER,
138 Federal St, Allegheny, Pa.
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SPECIAL BARGAINS ALL OVER
THE STORE.
This week we have placed on Gents' counter
a lot of French Balbriggan striped Shirts and
Drawers at 75c each, reduced Irom t 23 each.
This is a good bargain.
, THE PARASOL BARGAINS
ought most certainly to command your atten
tion. Think of ltt Parasols at SI and 2 each
that sold at two to three times the price. Also
the Sun and Rain Umbrella bargains will at
tract you if you will place yourself in their
way.
YOUNG GENTLEMEN'S TENNIS
S
SASHES,
Ottoman, Silk and Fancy Striped Buran, ft
reduced prices.
WHITE FLANNEL SHIRTS j
and WAISTS
have not been as rapid sellers this season U
usual, on account, no donbt, of the many
handsome patterns in fancies. We have de
cided to close out at J
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES'
two lines of White Flannel Waists one line ot
Men's .White Flannel Shirts, Button On and
Ulonse Waists, reduced from J2 to fl 60, $3 &j
toC
Men's White Flannel Shirts from t2 50 to J2.
This is enough for this time.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTS AVENUE.
Jjis-d
ANCHOR REMEDY COMP'NY,
KS LDJERTY STREET.
Whv do von mv SI 00 nor bottle
t for Sarsaparllla and Beef. Wine and
.iron wnen yon can bny either pre
paration from us at 75c per bottle,
six bottles H 00, and quality guar
anteed to be the best in the mar
ket. We have numerous testimo
nials from nhTsicians and others
indorsing our Liver Pills as a mild and effective
cathartic. They are unsurpassed. After giv
ing them a trial you will use no. others. Price
25a For sprains, bruises and all rheumatic
pains, use the Anchor Liniment. It has no
eaual. Come and see us if you are In any way
afflicted. Kwr
CHAS. PFEIFER'S
Men's Furnishing Stores,
413 SMITHFIELD STREET,
100 FEDERAL ST., Allegheny.
New line of Flannel Shirts just received. All
the new things in that line.
Full line of White Hhlits, laundried and un
laundried. Best values tor the money.
Dyeing, cleaning and laundry offices.
Pfttabqrg Telephone 12M; Allegheny Tele
phone 3169. jyS-HWr
THC GREAT ENCLISH REMEDY.
Beecham's Pills
For BMtts aod KerTovs Mseriirs.
"Hr m Guinea a Box" tart Mid
for 25 cents.
BY Alt BKUC43I8T8.
'to!
Flannel Shirts
-FOR-
MEN and BOYS.
Men's Flannel Shirts
at 75c.
Men's Flannel Shirts
at $1 50.
Men's Flannel Shirts
at$l 75.
Men's Flannel Shirts
at $2.
Men's Flannel Shirts
at $2 25.
Men's Flannel Shirts
at $3.
Men's Flannel Shirts
at $3 25.
Men's Flannel Shirts
at $3 50.
Men's Flannel Shirts
at $4.
Men's Flannel Shirts
at $4 75,
Boys' Flannel Shirts
at 50c.
Boys' Flannel Shirts
at 75c.
ALSO A FULL LINE OF
MEN'S and BOYS' FURNISHING
GOODS.
Fleishman & Co.'s
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506 and 508 Market st,
PITTSBURG, PA.
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PAULSON BROTHERS.
LADIES' BLAZERS, $3 50 and 84.
TTETSTSTS OUTFITS.
Caps, 0c; silk belts, E0c; flannel blazers. S3,
(3 GO and $4; flannel shirts, from 1 GO to Z4; silk
shirts, from S3 50 to $7; silk jersey shirts. $4 60
to $7; lone; pants, $5: knee pants, $3 and $3 SO.
Complete outfit, including English flannel cap,
blazer, belt, shirt and pants, only 810.
Onr blazers are very wide stripe. This Is the
correct thing tbis year. Our English Lounging
Suits are white with fine blue or brown lines.
$1 HAMMOCKS. 51.
Best woven "Perfection" from fl to the lar
gest made. Length 11 feet, width 3 feet. 'Will
not pull off buttons.
50c STRAW HATS. SOe.
A (rood Straw Hat for 50c, 75c and SL Of
coarse we have the finest also.
PAULSON BROS.,
441 WOOD STREET.
Fire Doors below Fifth avenue.
N. B. Ladies' Sailor Yacht Hats, Steamer
Caps and Riding Hats now ready. Je20-MWP
WM.
165,
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are suu 101s oi guuus in an ine ucpariraenis ana muse not moving so rapiuiy nave uccn sun luriucr reuuecu. j-.usc no nine in maKing your
selection. You can afford to buy now at our price for future use, especially is this the case in our
FXN3B 3DTfESS 0O03DS.
Colored Cashmere, all-wool, 25c, 35c and 50c, worth double the money. Colored wool Henriettas, Serges, 40c and 50c. Side barred, wool
Suiting, 46-inch goods, 620, down
the season. Nuns Veilings, Albatross, De Beiges, Black Cashmere and other light-weight fabrics at very desirable prices.
SILKS. SILKS. Never in the history of the Silk market have you been offered such bargains in Colored Dress Silk, India Silks, Surah
Satin, Mervellaux, Baratheas, Gros Grains and fancy weaves generally. See the Black Gros Grains, 24 inches wide, 90c, $1 and $1 25, worth 50a
a yard more respectively.
It goes without s'aying, theie is an immense rush for Wash Goods and Ginghams, 5c up. Seersucker, 5c up. Satine, 6c up. Challis, 5c up.
Scotch Zephyrs, 20c and 25c for 40c
yard. Many of these stylish, serviceable fabrics are just half their actual
DON'T FORGET. Hats, Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, eta, are clearing at immense sacrifices. Carpets,
Chenille Curtains all reduced to close. Jackets, Suits, Shawls, Infants' Cloaks, etc, are marvelously low. Underwear for Men, Ladies'and
Children, in summer weights, 'one-third to one-half off price. Colored ParasQls for Ladies and Misses at half price. ,,' A
Kid, Lisle and Silk Gloves and Silk Mitts at one-half off. . , ,"'' '
Table Linens, White, Cream and
, Glassware, Chamber Sets,'Toilet
-Samples'sent When requested.
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Stock
eduction
Too much Light "Weight and Hot
Weather Clothing on our tables.
"We have determined to get rid of
it before the season eloses, and if
selling it depends on low prices, it
is bound to ga Quality as good as
ever fashioning the best and new
est, but prices ono-fourth to one
third less now than a month ago.
All sizes included in this sale.
Lowest prices on the newest
styles ofXight-colored Derbys and
Straw Hats.
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STRASSBURGER & JOSEPH,
More, (Mere an! Hatters,
161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny.
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JOHN FLOOKER & CO.,
MAmTFACTCEEES OT
Flocker's Lubricating Hemp Packing
FOB RAILROAD USE.
Italian and American Hemp Packing;
Clothes Lines, Twines, Bell Cord, Fish Lines,
Chalk Lines, Night Lines, Sisal Bale and Hide
Rope, Tarred Lath Yarn, Spun Yarn, etc.
WORKS East street. Allegheny City, Fa.
OFFICE AND SALESROOM-89 Water St,
ttsburg. Telephone Ha 1370.
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DR. ORR
And Associate
Physicians. No.
720Penn avenue,
Pittsburg, Pa,
submit a brief
report of a few
cases selected
from their many
patients for the
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--7' larly affected:
Mrs. W. stated she had been pronounced in
curable by some traveling doctors. Her disease
Is one of which many ladies complain. She is
very much Improved In three weeks' treat
ment. Another case of club-foot, very great deform
ity, now being treated without pain and Im
proving rapidly. Young lady with catarrh,
bronchitis and kidney disease; treated by a num
ber of doctors, but grew worse; gained five
pounds during first month's treatment. Old
gentleman with Varicose veins and ulcers on
right leg cured without an operation.
Consultation free. Office hours 10 to 11:30
A. M., 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 P. x. jyl7
PHOTOGRAPHER, 16 SIXTH 8TREET.
A One, large crayon portrait 53 GO; see them
before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets, ti and
U 60 per dozen. PROMPT DELIVERY.
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INSURANCE COMPANY,
Philadelphia.
Total Assets, January L 1SS7 $2,301,858 63
ED1VARDS &KENNET, Ag'ts,
no FOURTH AVE Pittsburg, P.
3fc Telephone 700. jalSO-TV
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SEMPLE'S STORES,
167 and 169 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY, PA.
Grand Clearance of our entire stock
a- 1 il i 5
from 75c and $1. All the stripes and
qualities. Immense stacks of Dress
iancy Colored, 18c uo, are genuine
Sets, Vases, Bronzes Silver Ware,
tr.it D.J... n.nn.nfln fill-A, !.'.
Mail Orders promptly filled' at lowest
Wednesday, July 17.
Six (6) pieces
Regular 76o quality
Pure Mohair Glace Stripe
at 25o a yard.
Twenty (20) pieces
All-wool 38-lnoh Imported
Stripes and Plaids,
Reduced from 50c to 25o a yard.
Thirty (30) pieces
Beautiful 40-inoh Imported
All-wool Side Border Suitings,
at 35 cents,
worth 76o a yard.
Fifty cent (60o) quality
Black French Ohallis,
at 35o a yard.
B0GGS & BUHL,
115,117,119,121 Federal st., Allegheny
Fine Henrietta accordion plaited
Dress Patterns, beautiful shades,
reduced from 920 to 810.
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PURE
Apollinaris. Bedford, Poland, Sal a
taris, Strontla, Saratoga, Sorudel,
mriVPD Clysmio, Betbesda, Vichy, Buffalo,
niillut Lithla, Eureka.
GEO. K. 8TEVENSON fc CO.,
SIXTH AVENUE. jal29-irWT
BIG BARGAINS
In Every Department. The Goods must be disposed of and that
speedUy. OTJE PEICES WILL LNSUKE THIS. Nerer before,
has such an opportunity been offered to buy Lamps, Chandeliers, Im
ported and Domestic Glassware, Household China, Gas Fixtures,
Bronzes, Clocks, Umbrella Stands, Vases, Pedestals, Easels, Bric-a-brac,
etc., at such a big reduction. Bemember, no old, shop-worn or
shoddy, but all new, fresh goods. Wedding and Anniversary Gifts
in profusion. Former and present prices on each article.
The J. P.Smith Lamp,
935 Penn Ave., between
P. S. We still hare a few
Dinner Knives at fl 24 Per Set.
SPECIALTRAIH
Will leave Lake Erie Depot, end of Smithfield street Bridge, at
9 a. it, cjty time, THURSDAY, July 18, and will arrive at
Beaver at 9:30. Carriages at Depot and a drive through the
handsome streets and attractive roadways to
Where a Lunch will be provided in the Cool Shade of the Forest
Trees.
Prepare to come and see this, the handsomest, most ao
cessible, healthful and desirable residence Property in the
Market.
LABGE, LEVEL,
on wide streets in view of river on main street of Beaver, con
venient to three railroads. To be sold at AUCTION on JULY
18. Call on ire, for Excursion Tickets and learn all particulars.
CHARLES SOMERS,
313 WOOD SO?.
and we must say the sales for the season have been unprecedented. Thera i
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plaids and mixed wool fabrics at 40c
Goods on the cheap counters, 5c,
value.
bargains.
Kitche'a Ware,. Baskets, etc), all must.go and that quickly. ,'
prices.
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BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
406 and 408Wood Street.
Grand Opaning of "Bolls.
We are now opening the largest assortment
of Dolls ever before seen in Pitts Dora and at
prices below the cost of importation.
DOLLS AT WHOLESALE.
DOLLS AT RETAIL.
READ OUR PRICES.
China-limb doll, 13 Inches long, only 5c
China-limb doll, 17 inches long, only 10c.
Patent-head doll, flowing hair, 22 Inches long,
15c
Jointed doll, blsqne head, flowing hair, 13
Inches long, 19c
Indestructible head dolt 23 Inches long; only
Jointed doll, bisque head, flowing hair, 18 j
inches long, 31c . '
Kid-body doll, bisque head, flowing hair,
shoes and stockings. 16 inches long, only 31c
Beautifully-dressed doll, bisque bead, with
flowing hair, with hat. 12 Inches Ions. 25c
Patent-head doll, flowing hair, shoes ana
stockings, 25 inches long: only 60c
Jointed doll, bisque hea.d, flowing hair, 23
Inches long, cheap at 82 00. only $1 00.
Rubber dolls, all kinK from 10c to $1 00.
All-china babes only 5c
Doll heads, china, indestructible, bisque. In
all sizes, from 5c to $1 25.
Doll bodies, in dotb and kid, 10c to 31 50.
VASESI VASES! VASES!
Ten thousand rases In all styles from 5o to
ti GO each.
A new line of statues in ll auierent styles, ,,
which we shall sell from 10c to J3 50. Tf
Croquet sets, a few left at 75c ,7.
Mexican hammocks only 51 25. '
If yon want any kind of a traveling bag don't .
fall to examine our stock. We have all kinds '
and sizes from 50c to M 50; also, a full line of
tinware, crockery ware, wooden ware, and tho
greatest bargains erer offered on our 5c and 10s ,
counters. i
H. G. HAYDEN El CO. j
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.ZXLj L LN 0 Hartford. Conn.
Assets. January L 1837 R,58,839 50
EDWARDS & KENNEY, Agents,
on fourth avenue Pittsburg.
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Ninth and Tenth Sts.
left of Rogers Best Triple Plated
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