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THE PITTSBURG DI&PATdH, WEDNESDAY,. JULY., 24, 4889.
.- MATER DIDN'T COME,
So Ibe Soldier Boys Near Uniontown
Had Xo Grand Inspection.
SEYERAL THOUSAND DISAPPOINTED
Including 1,200 Uniformed Men Who Were
looking Their Prettiest
A GAME OF BALL CHEERS THEM DP,
And Io-Day the GoTrrnor and His Staff Will Host
Surely be On Hand.
Governor Beaver disappointed several
thousand people yesterday by failing to
reach Camps Bippey and Brown to inspect
the two regiments of the N". Q, P. en
camped there. However, he telegraphed
that he would be on hand to-day.
SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISFATCII.!
Camps O. H. RirrEY
akd J. B. Howeli,
Neak Uxioyrrovm, July
Everybody is angry in camp to-day, es
specially in the Tenth Regiment, as this
morning they were to be inspected by Gov
ernor Beaver, Adjutant General Hastings
and their respective staffs, all of whom failed
to put in an appearance after the men had
been standing on the parade ground in
heavy marching order for a whole hour and
SO minutes. After this long wait, how
ever, Colonel Hawkins received the follow
Bedfobd. Pa., Julv 23.
To Colonel A. L. Hawkins, commandlngTenth
I will inspect yonr N. G. P. Wednesday
morning. July 21. Will arrive at jour camp
Wednesday morning. 1). H. Hastings,
"When Colonel Hawkins, the senior Col
onel of the Second Brigade, read the tele
gram, lie expressed himself forcibly very
forcibly, indeed, and thereupon ordered the
men to quarters, where he said they should
stay all day,
BELIEVED FEOM BUTT,
except brigade parade this evening. The
Governor and party were to arrive this
morning at 3 o'clock, and the hour set for
inspection was at 8 a. si.
The officers were the maddest, as the men
look at the matter philosophically and rea
son thus. "This is the state ol a high private
in Company C. ifow Colonel Hawkins has
the reputation of working his men the hard
est of any man in the brigade. To-day we
nave nothing but dress parade, which is a
Over in the Eighteenth the boys seemed
to be stirred up about as much as in the
Tenth. The reason is plain. They say as
the Tentn's inspection will take place in the
cool, breezy morning, which will throw
their inspection on the afternoon of the
came day, when old Sol will dart his lurid
rays unmercifully upon their heads while
they maneuver before the critical eye of the
Inspection is certain to-morrow for both
reciments, as the inspecting party are
booked for Grove City, Thursday, to inspect
the guards in camp at that place. Your
correspondent suggested to Colonel Hawkins
that he might have to take rest on the parade
ground to-morrow morning, to which he re
plied, in a tone full of assurance, to the
effect that he would not stand in line to
await the coming of the uncertain, even
The 1,200 soldiers were not the only per
sons disappointed. Hundreds of country
folk came miles to see the Governor.a prom
inent Bepublican candidate lor Gubernato
rial honors. All were badly disappointed,
as the camp was very quiet during almost
the entire day.
All this, however, did not stop a game of
baseball between the picked nines of the two
regiments. The first suggestion was that
bVth colonels play, assisted by the next
eight ranking officers, but Colonel Hawkins
says Colonel Smith backed down. The
captains of the two nines playing were of
the Eighteenth, Captain Awl, of Company
1 as catcher, and Lieutenant Pierson,
pitcher; of the Tenth, Chaplain Hunter, as
captain, and Quartermaster and Sergeant
Donahue and Lieutenant Cntchfield form
ing the battery. After an exciting contest
of six innings on the Eighteenth's grounds
the score stood 13 to 9 in favor
of the Eighteenth boys. The game was
more interesting than scientific, as an error
was applauded just as heartily as a good hit.
The Tenth boys gave in gracefully, and at
tributed their deleat to tbe advantage had
bv the Pittsburg nine of having opportuni
ties to see a great club like the Alleghenys
plav. The Tenth's nine expect to play the
Uniontown club to-morrow.
Every spae moment of to-day was util
ized in polishing brass buttons, buckles,
gunbarrels, and touching up things in gen
eral, for the review to-morrow that should
have been to-day.
THOSE WHO DID AEEIVE.
Although the chief of the inspecting offi
cers did not arrive, the following gentlemen
of their staff did, and were quartered at
headquarters: General J. H. JIurdock and
Major P. K. Patterson, of General Wylie's
stall; Major J. E. Sillman; General Os
borne and Colonel Orr, of Philadelphia, of
General Beaver's staff.
No time is set for the inspection to-morrow,
but the Tenth will not leave quarters
until advised of the hour of tbe inspection,
or on the arrival of the Governor and party
Nearly every evening parties drive over
to the mountains, sometimes as far as Brad
dock's grave, eight miles distant, or Port
Necessity, two miles further along the old
National pike, and often to the Soldiers'
Orphan School, which is visible from the
camp. Last evening the following little
porty of the Eighteenth's officers rode over
to Wiggins, near Braddock's grave, and
took cupper: Captain Logan, Dr. Brum
baugh, It. B. Harrison, of Pittsburg. Adju
tant Beese. Lieutenant Davis and Lieuten
ant Pearson started with the party, but re
turned, as they said they were atraid they
could get nothing to eat away up in the
mountains. "When the other trio returned
they brought a sample of the waffles they
had had tor supper, which made those who
turned back feel much like kicking them
selves. Colonel McKibbin's wife and Chap
lain Milligan also drove up among the hills
of Chestnut ridge. Crowds of private? go
every day, and as a general rule
inE FIRST QUESTION
asked by those who have been along tbe
route before is if Mose Carr still bandies
beery refreshments at the famous watering
Among the minor camp happenings of
last nisht and to-day are: First, a man
named Harrison of Company G, of the
Eighteenth, fell through a trestle on the
Baltimore and Ohio road, below camp, last
night and was badly hurt. He is tbe only
man in the Eighteenth's hospital to-Jay.
In the Tenth, Charles McCain, of Company
E, of Mt Pleasant, is very sick from
cholera morbus, and is the only ocenpant of
that Regiment's hospital. Last night the
guard houses of the Begiments held 46
absent minded soldiers who forgot when
their passes were out. A mounted patrol
aided the regulars last night. One of those
whom the patrol were looking lor dodged
them by taking off his shoes and running
out of town at a speed that would win big
stakes at a sprinting race.
KEFTJSED TO IMBIBE.
This morning the Tenth Begiment Drum.
Corps serenaded a number of tbe hotels and
it is vaguely reported that all offers to drink
were refused, as they considered that a prac
tice unbecoming an officer or a soldier.
Naval Cadet E. E. Arrison, of this dis
trict, is in camp visiting Captain Westcoat,
Company A, Tenth Begiment Cadet John
8. Switzer, of West Point, is here. There
are 322 Sons of Ve'erans, 74 servants, 19 of
whom are colored; 1G horses and about 200
xtra each day for dinner, but bo Governor
Beaver. ,H6wever. his coming to-morrow
means a great rush of visitors and a very
busy day for the encamping N. G. P.
The order has been given that a parade
will take place in the town Thursday after-,
The last act of to-day was brigade dress
parade, Colonel Smith commanding.
PIG IKON PRODUCTION.
Larger Dnrlnjr the First Holf of '89 than In
any Previous Six Monllis Great ln
crease In Block Pennsylvania
and Alabama Show Not
Philadelphia, July 23. The Ameri
can Iron and Steel Association has received
from the manufacturers complete statistics
of the production of all kinds of pig iron in
the United States, in the first six months of
the present year, also complete statistics of
the stocks of unsold pig iron in the bands of
manufacturers or their agents on the 30th
day of June last, and of the number of fur
naces iu blast and out of blast at that date.
A summary of the report follows:
The production of pig Iron In the first six
months of 18S9 was larger tnan in any preced
ing six months in the history of the American
Iron trade. The stocks of unsold pig iron on
the 30th of June last, were much larger than
at the close of any preceding semi-annual
Serlodfora number of years. The total pro
norlrvn nf tilt-iron In tho United States In tbe
flrstsix months of 1SS9 amounted to4,107,S99
net tons of 2.000 pounds, or 3,007,767 gross tons
or 1X210 pounds. Onr production In the last six
months of 1883 was 3,856,004 net tons, or 3,4GU,C46
fxoss tons. Tbe production in the first half of
889 was 193,121 gross tons more than in the sec
ond halt of 18&8. The increased production of
pig iron in tho first half of 1SS9 was wholly in
those kinds which are used for general foundry
and mill purposes; there was a decrease In tbe
production of Bessemer pig iron.
Nearly all the leading pig Iron producing
States increased their production In the first
half of 189. as compared with the last half of
1883. The lolloning States show an increase:
Connecticut, New" York, New Jersey, Pennsyl
vania. Virginia, Alabama, West Virginia.
Tcnnesee, Ohio Wisconsin, Missouri, Oregon
and Washington Territory. The following
States show a decrease: Maine, Massachusetts,
Maryland. North Carolina, Georgia, Texas,
Kentucky, Illinois, Michigan, Colorado. Tbe
production of pig iron in tbe Southern States
In the first half of 1889 was mucb larger tban In
the last half of 1SSS, but for this gain Alabama
Is entitled to the most credit.
Among tbe Northern States which have made
progress In the first half of 1888 New Yorc,New
Jersey and Ohio are more conspicuous, each
State making a decided gain. It is also note-
wormy inait-ennsjivama gained lanreiy upon
her production in the second half of 1SS8. The
decrease In the production of Illinois was only
The stocks of pig iron which were unsold in
tho hands of manufacturers or their agents on
tbe 30th of June last, and which were not in
tended for tbe consumption of the manufact
urers, amounted to 602,934 gross tons, against
500,111 gross tons on tbe 31st of December last,
an increase of 202,790 gross tons In six months.
Tbe exact nnmber of furnaces which were in
blast on the 30th of June last was 288, and tbe
number out of blast was 293; total, 81,
MEETING WITH -GREAT FAY0E.
English Capitalists Impressed With Their
Investment In America.
ISrXCXlt. TXLEORAM TO Till DISPATCH.
NEivYor.K, July 23. A-ustin Corbin's scheme
of an American steamship line, with its east
ern terminus at Montauk Point, L. I., has met
with great favor among English capitalists,
who look upon it as a tremendous idea and are
ready to put millions into it. Mr. George
M. Pullman, the founder of tbe Full
man Palace Car Company, has been approached
by Sir "William Allan and the Rothschilds, of
London, and asked to go into the proposed
company with them. Sir William Allan is the
bead of tbe family owning tbe Allan Line of
steamships from Baltimore and Montreal. It
was represented to Mr. Bullman that Sir Will
lam and the banking house of Rotbschilos bad
got into tbe organization, and that, In view of
tne fact that tbe company was to be an Amer
ican one, it bad been determined to give to Mr.
Pullman the first opportunity of Investing
American capital in the enterprise. Mr. Pull
man, in replying to Sir William Allan and the
Rothschilds, expressed his approval of the plan
and Its profit and feasibilitv, and said that be
felt flattered at being asked to invest, bo;
would be compelled to decline on tbe frround
of age and various engrossing bnsiness inter
ests. Mr. Corbin will have no trouble In getting
English capital judging from bis past exper
iences In that direction. The Corbin Bankinc
Company, of which he is the bead, has invested
many millions of English capital in American
land and buildirgs. Tbrongh Mr. Corbin
who is not an Englishman, but a Bostoman
tbe Long Island town of Babylon has been
practically developed and built up by English
capitalists. The l)nke of Argyle has invested
a large fortune through Mr. Corbin.
BOYCOTTING SUNDAY TEAINS.
Wllkcsbnrre All Torn Up Over tbe Pcnn
rrlvnnla Railroad's Actions.
Wilkeshakre, July 23. There Is a lively
discussion going on among all classes here at
present concerning the running of passenger
trains on Sunday. For years no Sunday pas
senger trains were run on the five railroads
centering here. Tbe Pennsylvania Railroad
led tho way when they ran a news train into tbe
town from Sunbury. Three weeks ago the
Central Railroad of New Jersey started to run
excursion trains to Mountain Park. The ex
cursions were well patronized, and people that
labored during the week saw the trains met
their wants. A great many ministers and
church people, however, thought different.
They claimed that the excursions were a dese
cration of the Sabbath.
A committee of prominent church members
went to New York and tried to Induce tbe offi
cers of the railroad company to withdraw their
Snnday trains, but without success. It is now
proposed to hold a mammoth mass meeting of
church members next Saturday evening to pro
test against tbe action of tbe company.
Passenger Agent Keenly said this evening
that the trains would not bo withdrawn. Tbe
working people wanted tbem, and tbe company
was flllinir the wants. Several Sunday schools
have boycotted the company bj canceling
dates at Mountain Park.
New stvles summer neckwear.
James'H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth ave.
Is Your Blood Pure? If not. If yon have
boils, pimples, ''humors," or indications of
scrofula or salt rheum, you should take Hood's
Sarsaparllla, which is the best blood purifier
known. It effects wonderful cures where other
preparations utterly fail. Be sure to get
WHEN YOU ORDER
BEWARE OP IMITATIONS
Attempts are frequently made to
palm off inferior Waters bearing
labels closely resembling the genuine
ottles 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'
pany, Limited, and the words "Apol
linaris JSrunnen " around an anchor
A Pleasing Sense
Of health and strength renewed and of ease
and comfort follows tbe use of Syrup of Figs,
as It acts in harmony with natnre to effectually
cleanse the system when costive or bilious.
For sale in 60c and f 1 00 bottles by all leading
Medoc, St. Emilion, St. Estepha, St.
Julien, Margeaux, Pontet Canet, St.
Pierrie, Chateau Leoville, Chateau la
Bosa, Chateau Mouton, Grand Vin Chateau
Margeaux, Grand Vin Chateau. Lafitte, by
the case or bottle. G. W. SCHMIDT,
95 and 97 Fifth avenue, city,
Iron City Beer.
This delicious summer beverage, brewed
by Prauenheim & Vilsack, is undoubtedly
the best in the market. It is pure, whole
some and nutritious.
Ladies' Snlt Pnrlor.
Gingham and satibe suits at half price.
MW3 Parcels & Jones, 29 Fifth ave.
Silk dress shirts for hot weather.
James H. Aiken, & Co., 100 Fifth ave.
Slnrrinne Licenses Granted Yesterday.
John Tonne, Sr Indiana township
Elizabeth Kendall HarmeriTllle
Jacob Mclirln thin ger Hotlvr
OllieB. Berry .. Bolivar
Oeorjte.March.iwin Mlllvule borough
Lllile Offcharly Mill vale borough
Daniel Motts IMttsbnrR
Alice B.AlInahan Pittsburg
Edward Mills 1'ittibnrg
Mary Thomas Plttsbnrg
Culbertson Klrkland Mifflin township
Mlnalt. Williams Mifflin township
James Borthwlek McKeesport
Agnes Yonng McKeesport
Daniel Williams flttfbnrg
Alice D&Tles Pittsburg
Robert J. l'hilllps Itoblnton township
Ida McMIchael Ivorth Fayette
Frank Potts Bbarpsbnrg
Annie Dacbs Saxonburg
Donglas Buchanan Pittsburg
Sara Eleanor Grayson Pittsburg
Win. McCnean Pittsburg
Jane Tatton Pittsburg
Charles W. Holt PltUburg
Katie M. Dice Allegheny
LAMKEU-HAYS-On Monday, July 22,
1SS9. by the Rev. J. G. Goettman, D. D.. J.
Fred Lamkeie and Mrs. RactcelG. Hays.
PAINTER MUSGRAVE-At tbe residence
of the bride's father. C9 Fremont street Alle
Cheny City. Pa., on Tuesday, July 23. 1889. by
tbe Rev. John G. Goettman, John Edmund
Painteb, of Noygen, Coh, and Alice Grif
Denver papers please copy.
BINDER On Sunday, July 23, Robert
John, son of George P. Binder, aged 11 years,
drowned at Beck's run.
Funeral to-day at 2 o'clock, from 2918
Harkins alley, Soutbside, Twenty-fourth ward.
BEN1 Z-On Monday, July 22. 1889, at 9 P. M.,
"Walter Ramond, son of Adam and Maggie
Bentz, aged 1 year 10 months 22 days.
Funeral from the parents' residence, Cali
fornia avenue, near Sweeny street, Allegheny,
on "Wednesday at 2 p. ir. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
BROWN On Mondav, Julv 22. 1SS9, at Prince
ton, Ky of typhoid fever. William H., son of
Samuel S. and Elizabeth Pollock Brown, in tbe
21th year of his age.
Funeral from his father's residence. Brown
station, B. & O. R. R., Thursday, July 25.
Trains 'eave R4 0. depot Thursday at 9 A. M.,
returning 11:30 a. M. Interment at Allegheny
DEWALT At bis father's residence, in
Stowe township, A. J. Dewalt, son of Adam
Dewalt, aged Su years 2 months 4 days.
Funeral Wednesday, July 21. at 3 P. JL
Friends of family invited to attend.
GREINER In Indiana, on Monday, Anna
G REINER, wife of William Greiner, daughter
of George Konlg, aged U years 5 months 23
Notice of funeral hereafter.
HOWLEY At the family residence, corner
Hiland avenue and McCullv street. Nineteenth
waid, on Mondav. July 22, 1889, at 2 A. St., PAT-
Funeral services at Sacred Heart Church,
Center avenue, E. E., on Wednesday, July 24,
at 9 A. 31. Friends of the family are respect
fully Invited to attend. 2
KENNA On Tuesday, July 23, at 250 P. JL,
James Kenka, only son of Peter and Kate
Kenna, in tbe 4th year of his age.
Fnneral from residence of parents. No. 1S9
Thirty-fourth street, this (Wednesday) af
ternoon, at 8:30 o'clock. Friends of tbe fam
ily respectfully invited to attend.,
LEZZENBY At Homeopathic Hospital,
Toe-day. July 23. at 11 A. M Mrs. Elizabeth
Lizzenby, relict of James Lizzenby, deceased,
aged 66 years.
Funeral from the residence of her nephew,
David L Burns, Rebecca street, Wilklnsburg,
Pa., at 230 p. h., "Wednesday. July 24.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
NORRISH-On Monday, July 22, 1889, at
Grand Crossing. 111., GEORQE J. NORRIsn.
Iu the 53d year of his age.
Funeral from the residence of his son, John
CLNorrish, Wilklnsburg, Pa on Thursday.
July 2b. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend.
Buffalo and Chicago papers please copy.
O'BRIEN On Sunday morning, July 21.
1SS9, at 9:40 o'clock, Mary J.wife of James
O'Brien, in her 38th year.
Funeral from her late residence, 1928 Carson
street, on Tuesday moenino, at 830 o'clock.
Services at 8L John's R. C.Church, Fourteenth
street, at 9 o'clock. Interment private. 2
SCOTT Suddenly, on Snnday. July 21, 1889,
Charles Holmes, son of John and Mary A.
Scott, in the 22d year of his age.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend the funeral services at the family
residence, Stanton avenue, near Hiland, Nine
teenth ward, on Wednesday, 24th, at 2:30 p.
if. Interment private. 2
SHAFFER On Tuesday, July 23, 1889. at
1120 A. M., JOSIAII Shaffer, in "his 77th year.
Funeral services at the residence of his son-in-law,
W. H. Conly, No. SO Fremont street,
Allegheny City, on Thursday afternoon at
3 o'clock. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. 2
TAYLOR On Tuesday, Jn'y 23, 18S9, at 3.45
p. M., WM. B. TAYLOR, aged 89 years.
Funeral services at the residence of his
daughter, Mrs. Wm. Beech, 19 McLam avenue.
Thirty-first ward, at 8 o'clock p. m. Wednes
day, July 21 Friends of the family are re
spectfully Invited to attend. Interment at
Beaver, Pa., Thursday morninq, July 25.
Oil City papers please copy.
THOMAS On Tuesday, July 23, 18S9. at 730
A. m., Walter, son of John C and Rowena
Thomas, aged IB years 28 days.
Funeral services on Thursday. July 25,frotn
his parents residence. No. 32 Lillian street,
Thirty-first ward. Friends of the family are
respectfully Invited to attend. 2
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Lim.,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB,
Office and residence, 1134 Penn avenue. Tele
phone connection. mylO-oO-uWFSu
JAMES M. FDLLERTON,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB,
No. 6 Seventh Street.
-ry h. uevoee &so.
Undertakers and Embaluers and Livery Stables,
No. SIS Grant street, near Firth avenue.
At tbe old stand line carriages for shopping or
parties or opera at the most reasonable prices.
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND SMILAX
A. 31. B J. B. MUllDOCH,
ma SMITHFIELD ST.
01U Telephone 429. de6-f4-JtWF
ROSES, WATER LILIES.
At low prices during summer.
JOHN B. & A. MURDOCH,
Telephone 239. 03 Smxihfield St.
TJ EFRESENTEJJ TS PITTSBURG IN 13C1
Asset . SD071.99633.
Insurance Co. Forth .America
Losses adjusted and paid "by "WILLIAM L
jvaao. M retina avsmMkjdCv?. yumm:
DAINTY STICK PINS
"We havo the greatest variety in the city of
this popular style of Pins. Ihey are very
pretty and Inexpensive. Come and see them,
at our NEW JEWELRY STORE,.
37 FIFTH AVENUE.
WATTLES & SHEAFER,
We will close our store at 5 P.M.. except
Saturdays, until September J, iy24-MWF.
ODDS and ENDS
Remnants and Whole Pieces
of Wool and Wash Dress Goods in this
of J. R. ANDERSON'S entire stock,
1,000 Jerseys, 37c,
, Linoleum and
T, M, LATIMER
138 Federal St, Allegheny, Pa.
BRASS and IRON
BRASS, SxS4 at $29.
IRON, Brass Trimmed, 3x6-6, at $9 73.
Any size on order.
FACTORY PRICES on ORDERS in LARGE
P. C. Schoeneck,
SPECIAL BARGAINS ALL OVER
This week we have placed on Gents' counter
a lot of French Balbrlggan striped Shirts and
Drawers at 75c eacb, reduced from f 1 23 each.
This is a good bargain.
THE PARASOL BARGAINS
ought most certainly to command your atten
tion. Think of itl Parasols at 51 and $2 each
that sold at two to three times the price. Also
the Sun and Rain Umbrella bargains will at
tract yon if you will place yourself in their
YOUNG GENTLEMEN'S TENNIS
Ottoman, Silk and Fancy Striped Surah, at
WHITE FLANNEL SHIRTS
have not been as rapid sellers this season as
usual, on account, no doubt, of the many
handsome patterns in fancies. We have de
cided to close out at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
two lines of White Flannel Waists one line of
Men's White Flannel Shirts, Button On and
Blonse Waists, reduced from 82 to f 1 60, J2 60
Men's White Flannel Shirts from J2 60 to S2.
This is enough for this time.
HORNE & WARD,
rfl FIFTB. A.VENTJE.
Handsome, large, level, shaded lots at
Groveland, fronting Ohio river, accessible
by three lines of raflway.
Good building property, affording health
ful, cheerful and convenient homes. Large
lots on Benton avenue, Allegheny, at low
prices and on long time.
Choice home locations 12 minutes' ride,
B cent fare on Central Traction road, ad
joining proposed Herron Hill Park. Lots
30 to CO feet front. jy20-Tto
PHOTOGRAPHER, 18 SIXTH STREET.
A fine, large crayon portrait K 60; see them
before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets, 2 and
12 80 per dozen, PROMPT DELIVERY.
O. D. I.KVTH. RnllHtni-nf-Patnita.
131 Fifth avenue.aboTe BantbBel i. next Le4t'
omce. noueaj.i . jJStaBasaea aw ywa. . ,
,,-ujw.nui L fHW . i . '.AjrA i.A -M
S n ii J
THE OAKLEY SOAPS,
Turkish Bath Soap at 5c a cake.
Pure Italian Castile Soap at 7c a cake.
Cream White Honey Soap at 8c a cake.
Cream White Glycerine Soap at 8c a
Peach Blow Soap at 8c a cake.
Hygienic Ctystal Carbolic Soap at iSc a
Pure Old Palm Soap at 8c a cake.
Distilled Glycerine Soap at 8c a cake.
Apple Blossom Soap at 10c a cake.
Potpourri Soap nt 12c a cake.
Honey Soap at 12c a cake.
Sweet Violet Soap at 12c a cake.
Philadermic Soap at 12c a cake.
American Glycerine Socp at 15c a cake.
Magnolia Blossom Soap at iSc a cake. Q
Camelia Boquet Soap at iSc a cake.
Florida Water Boquet Soap at 18c a
Savon D'Extract Soap at 22c a cake.
Queen Cologne Soap at 25c a cake.
Jockey Club soap at 25c a cake.
Savon D'Extract Soap at 35c a cake.
Violet of Parma Perfume at 20c a bottle.
Lavender Flower Perfume at zoc a bot
tle. Orange Flower Perfume at 20c a bottle.
Triple Extract of Ylang Ylang at 68c
Triple Extract of Lilies of the Valley at
68c a bottle.
Triple Extract Violette at 68c a bottle.
Triple Extract Jasmin at 6Sc a bottle.
Triple Extract Stephanotes at 6Sc a bot-
Triple Extract California Violet at 70c a
Triple Water of Lilies of the Valley at
75c and $t 25 a bottle.
Triple Water of Jasmin at 70c and $1 25
Triple Water of Opoponax at 65c and
$1 25 a bottle.
Triple Water of New Mown Hay at 75c
and St 25 a bottle.
White Rose Toilet Water at 415c a bottle.
Lavender Flower Toilet Wafer at 45c a
Violet of Parma Toilet Water at oSc a
Triple Water of White Rose at $1 15 a
Triple Water of Violet of Parma at
Si 75 a bottle.
Fleishman & Co.,
LADIES' BLAZERS, 83 60 and 84.
Caps, 60c; silk belts, COc; flannel blazers. S3,
f3 50 and $4; flannel EblrtK, from 51 60 to 14; silk
shirts, from 83 60 to 87; silk jersey shirts. 84 50
to 87; long pants, 85; knee pants, S3 and 83 50.
Complete outfit, including English flannel cap,
blazer, belt, shirt and pants, only 810.
Our blazers are very wide stripe. This Is the
correct tblng tbls year. Onr English Lounging
Suits are wblte with fine blue or brown lines.
$1 HAMMOCKS. $1.
Best woven "Perfection" from 81 to the lar
gest made. Length 11 feet, width 3 feet. Will
not pnll off buttons.
50c STRAW HATS. 50e.
A good Straw Hat for 50c, 76c and 81. Of
course we have the finest also.
441 WOOD STREET.
Five Doors below Fifth avenue.
N. B. Ladies' Bailor Yacht Hats, 8teamer
Caps and Riding Hats now ready. je2G-Mwy
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A GREAT SUCCESS, THE MID
THE MID-SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE
A GREAT SUCCESS.
You would hardly think it mid-summer trade, judging from the rush
of buyers at our stores. The prices alone will convince you of the
fact In WASH FABRICS we show the most beautiful Challis offered
this season at 6c, and large lines of them. Satines, 6c French
Satines, 18c and 20c India Linons, 10c and i2c. Summer Flannels
and White Goods, in large variety and new styles.
SILKS and WOOL DRESS GOODS. Lots of them, unapproach
able in values. The India Silks all reduced. . The Surah and fancy
weaves all reduced. The Gros Grains are 50c, 65 c, 75c and 24-inch
fast sellers 95c, $1 and gi 25. Imported fancy plaids and stripes at
half their value.
HOUSE FURNISHINGS. New Scotch, Irish and German Table
Linens, beautiful qualities, 18c, 20c and 25c up. The best 50c Cream
and Bleached Damask ever sold in any market Fast colors Turkey
Vr1Ta1a1ieps P. niZr ftrA i?r. Watrilini. aj.ti.ia1 valllft- -
If Quality Is Good and Prices
We have gone thoroughly through
our stocks of
SUITS, PANTS, LIGHT DERBYS
and STRAW HATS and also SUM
and have cut the prices soasio
leave no doubt as to the genuine
ness of our "bargains. Quality as
good as ever, but prioes 25 per
cent to 60 per cent lower than
they previously "were.
Men's Suits that -were 89, 810,
813 50 and 816, are now 87, 88,
811 and 813. Children's Suits, for
merly 82 76, 84, 85, 86 and 87,
now 82, 82 50, 83, 84 50 and 85.
All other goods likewise reduced.
Don't neglect your own interests
by failing to take advantage of
Ui dUULI III
Tailors, Clotfe and Hatters,
161, 163 Federal St., Allegheny.
submit a brief
report of a few
from their many
patients for tbe"
of persons simi
Mm. w. Litprt kha 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: rained five
pounds during first month's treatment. Old
eentleman witb varicose veins and ulcers on
right leg cured without an operation
Consultation free. Office hours 10 to 1120
Ju H., 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 P. M. jyl7
It's Easy at
If economical buyers are
seeking a' good target for
their money, here it is in our
Prices are generous very!
and will make the dollars you
expected to spend go a good
ways toward doubling them
selves in what they can be
made to purchase.
Sixth street and Penn avenue
mHE BELLE OP THE SEASON WAS THE
. young lady wbo wisely called upon Miss
ersbefore eoinc to tbe seashore and nro-
viaea nerseu witu tnose oeanuini, an natural
hair bangs and curls. Latest styles. La Tosca,
Hading, Little Paris and others. Be snre and
call on MISS MARIE LANDERS, Hugns &
Hacke building, upstairs. Take Sperbers ele
or. -" w r rAs-si
167 and 169 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY, PA.
BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
406 and 408Wood Street.
ISTEW GOODS, NEWGOODS
At Prices NBTeilfiforeHuurLOf.
Sheffield silver-plated dinner knives, 10c eacb.
Sheffield silver-plated tablespoons and forks,
Sheffield silver-plated teaspoons, only 6c each,
5-bottle silver-plated castor, only 81.
Silver-plated butter dlsb, only SI.
Triple-plated butter dlsb. only f 1 25.
Triple-plated pickle castor, only JL
Silver-plated butter knives and sugarspoons,
Genuine Rogers A Bros.' knives, triple plate,
3 for 99 cents.
Rogers & Bros.' teaspoons, S In set; only 99c.
Silver-plated napkin rings, 10c, 23c 0c
Elegant lamps, decorated tin shade, only $2.
68-pieco English decorated tea set, only & S3.
10-piece English decorated toilet set, only
108-piece English decorated dinner set, only
White granite cups and saucers, only 5c.
"White granite dinner plates, only 5c
Large box Pntz pomade, for cleaning silver
and brass, 5c
Large sponges, only 5c and 10c v
Large sea shell", only 10c
3-ann towel rack, only 5c
Towel roller, only 5c
10-pin coat or hat rack, only 10c
Cedar water pail, 3 brass hoops, only 25c
Washtubs, all sizes, 10c to JL
Wash boilers, all siies, 50c to V 60.
Enameled-llned kettles, 25c to COc
Willow clothes baskets, 49c to 69a
Willow clothes hampers, 50c to 51 25.
Everything yon can think of in dolls from 5c
Vases, all styles, from 5c to $2 50.
Statues, 50 different styles, in bronze, Lova
and Rogers styles, at one-half the regular
prices, 50c to $3 50.
All kinds of ladies and gents' traveling bags,
in club and Gladstone styles, from 50c to U 50.
. Croquet sets, worth SI 25. marked down to 75c
Hammocks, only 95c, Jl 00, 81 25.
We are opening new goods eery day on our
6c and 10c counters.
H. G. HAYDEN &, CO.
TO EUROPE-WE SEV.L TICKETS FOR
the leading lines, secure berths and pass
ports, issue drafts, letters of credit and money
orders, and sell foreign coin at N. V. rates.
MAX SCHAMBERG 4 CO.. 627 Smithfield st,
"We don't starve quality to throw a bone to price. In other words we do not get the
quality of onr goods away down, in order to have the price away down also. "We gitij
the best and newest goods in the market, and are satisfied with an extremely low profit!!
Now that the end oi the season is fast approaching, we still have on hand a large stock of
These goods are marked away down in
bny if yon wish to secure a rare bargain.
Are now selling like mad. Need we tell yon
ol weather? They are marked at astonishingly low figures. Our new Fall Stock of
Parlor and Bedroom Furniture will shortly begin to arrive. In fact some of it has
already been placed ou the floors. An inspection is asked, and if you wish to buy we can
surely sell you, because our stock is going to be simply marvelous. Remember also that
we are the only Complete Housefurnishers
you may need in your home
Either for CASH or on EASY TEEMS OP
HOPPER BROS, & CO,,
Ask for one of Our Exposition Souvenir Books when yon are in.
We mean the hosts of people who are daily buying goods 1
at our Closing Out Sale. Tliis is ample proof that they are
even securing better bargains than they had expected. We
are offering special bargains in all departments every day.
and shall continue to do so until all goods are sold. We have
sold a great many goods since this closing sale commenced,
but our stock being very large we have yet a great variety
from which you can select
Lamps, Glass, Cliinaand Queensware, Clocks, Bronzes, Gas'
Fixtures, Wedding and Anniversary Gifts. Our stock is all
new and comprises everything in the above line, useful andfl
ornamental. Don't delay, but
The J. P.Smith Lamp, Glass and China Co
935 Penn Ave., Between Ninth and Tenth Sts.
- SUMMER CLEARANCE SALEj
LACE CURTAINS. Always a specialty with us nowyery teraptr
ing values. Good Curtains, three yards long, at 50c; extra wide, thret
and one-half yards long, at $1, regular price $1 50. Large iinesjoj
patterns, $1 25, $1 50, $2 and up to $5 are specially attractive. BettS
grades equally cheap. JB
MEN'S FURNISHINGS. Fine French Flannel Shirts, 9oc,Jg
$1 25, $1 50 and $2, are unsurpassed in value. Flannel Shirts for Mm
and Boys, 40c and 50c, in good styles. Neckwear, all Silk, 25c, wort)
50c. All the latest style Collars. Fine French Balbriggan Underwit
66c a suit Good Merino Vests. 15c,
Night Robes remarkably cheap. Unlaundried Shirts, 37c and'5
worthy your attention.
REMEMBER the Jerseys, 50c and 75c; the fast black,HosSI
aoc and 25c; the Millinery, half price; the Muslin Underwear!
Ladies and Misses astonishingly low;
Bie.drive in Gloves.
.Mail orders receive prompt attention.' ,
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B. & B:
Wednesday, July SM.J
Black Gros Grain Silks
With Jl 25 and II 50 goods ,
Elegant Armures, Faille Francaisea,' '
Rbadames and Gros Grains.
21-in eh Gros G rains at il a yard.
Six styles of Armnre Royale Silks at 85cl
Our Black Gros Grains, from the 85c ones tal
finest, include tbe choice production of afic
most noted makers of tbe world.
We warrant them not to cut or pulL
We guarantee you pay 25c to 60c a yard lessjl
Here tban you wonld nave to elsewhere. M
See the special Silk table center of the storM
Remember the great sacrifice in the French
Dress Goods an actual slaughter.
Goods that sold at 51, 25, Jl 50 and $1 75
Reduced to ooc
5,000 yards of 35c French Satlnes reduced -to
115, 117, 119, 121 Federal st, Allegheny!
THE AMERICAN FIRE
Total Assets, January L 1887 J20LS58 Ml
EDWAHDS &KEN2TEY, Ay'tsA
no FOURTH AVE, Pittsburg, Fa.
TeleDbone 76a (alMO-W
order to clear them off. How is yonr time raj
AND ICE CHESTS
how badly they are needed dnring this kindj
in the city, and can sell you ANYTHING that
anything you want in the line of'l
call at your earliest convenience.
20c and 2; a Dress ShirtsBa'
the bargains in Fans, Parasols