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THE .'PITTSBURG? DISPATCHrlTHTTRSDXf, " JULY ' 25 188&
IYNCHEDBT A MOB.
Jobn.Carter, Colored, Shot Constable
Beynolds at HintOD, W. Ya.
JAIL PKOVES A WEAK PBOTECTJM.
The Columbia Iron and Steel Hill Gets a
Scale Like Homestead's.
IT IS BEADI TO DOUBLE ITS FORCE.
Four Attempts at train Wrecking, the Last en a Pic
On circus day at Hinton, "W. Va., Con
stable Beynolds tried to arrest John Carter,
colored, and fired at him as he ran away.
Carter returned the fire, shooting Reynolds
through the body. He was taken to Lewis
burg jail, but a mob took him therefrom
and hung him.
tSFECIJX TELEOKJLM TO THE DISrATCH.1
CrrAKLESTw, V. Va., July 24. Kews
from Hinton, Summers county, to-day con
firms the report of the lynching of John
Carter by a mob at that place last night
Carter was a colored man and was charged
with the- murder of Constable S. V. Bey
nolds on Monday. John Robinson's circus
was exhibiting at Hinton, and while the
circus was passing through the streets of the
town, Carter and another colored man had a
row. Constable Beynolds started to arrest
Carter, who at first defied the officer and
then ran. The constable drew a revolver
and fired one or two shots at Carter, who
began shooting in return. A nnmberof
shots were exchanged, three of those fired by
Carter taking effect in Beynolds body, one
passing entirely through the breast. Carter
escaped the snots fired at him and made his
escape, bat later was arrested and lodged in
Beynolds was a Terr popular citizen and
as soon as it was known he was shot there
was great excitement among the population
ot the town and the' immediate vicinity.
The circus had attracted a considerable
number of strangers to the town and threats
of lynching Carter were freely made during
the 'evening. As it grew dark the excite
ment continued, but no overt act was com
mitted until after the evening's performance
at the circus was concluded. At that time
a rush was made for the jail, bat the offi
cials, expecting what might be attempted,
had taken the prisoner across the county
line and lodged him in Lewisburg jail.
The mob which had gathered at Hinton
held a consultation, and it was decided to
go to Lewisburg. They at once set out on
horseback, about 200 strong, and arrived at
Lewisburg about 4 o'clock in the morning.
Thev at once surrounded the jail and
within a very few minntes Carter was in
tbeirclutches. They took the prisoner back
to Hinton, but stopped on the way and hung
him to a tree by the roadside.
KILLED AT BIRMINGHAM.
Thomna Iladnpelli, of iMinron, Was Only a
Spectator ol n Row, but Warn Shot.
JfrECI.lL TELEGKAlt TO TUB DISPATCH.J
SnAKOK, July 24. The remains of
Thomas Hudspeth, a Sharon iron worker,
who met hit death at Birmingham, Ala.,
were interred here to-day. Particulars, as
given by one of Hudspeth's fellow workmen,
state that Hudspeth was stabbed to the
lieart and instantly killed by a man named
Lannon on Saturday night during a general
row in a saloon in Birmingham. Hudspeth
was sober and was not a participant in the
melee. He leaves a wile and two small
children in this place.
A Good Well and a Fnllnre.
tEFEClAI. TELECEAM TO THK DISPATCUl
Citiojf , July 24. Piper & Co. have
finished drilling a well on the Corbett &
Wilson tract the furthest location west
ward on the Clarion pool that stands full
, of oil now and makes a better showing than
any other in that locality. They have 30
feet of sand, some of it pebble rock. It is
estimated that the well will start at 15 bar
rels. At Lucinda, Hi tts & Co.'s well on
the Kribbs farm, located 400 feet south of
their producer, is finished, with no gas and
only a showing oiL
A Tictlm of the Flood.
ISriCIAI. TELEGRAM TO TUX DISPATCH.!
Portsmouth, O., July 24. The body of
n little girl about two years old was found
floating in the Ohio river this morning, at
Sciotoville. The body is supposed to be one
of the Little Kanawha victims. This fact
was at once telephoned to Elizabeth, where
it was ascertained almost certainly that the
body is that of one of Austin Kinger's chil
dren. Of the three little children drowned
he has recovered the bodies of two.
Anna la Released and Says She'll Be Good.
Steubejtvilxe, July 24. Anna Steph
ens, who eloped with Bobcrt Smurthwaite
about 10 days aeo, was released to-night and
taken home by ber parents. Bail was given
for her appearance at the October term of
court. Smurthwaite's bail for $1,000 is not
vet forthcoming. Anna was happy to be at
home And promises to make amends for her
An OH Refinery Darned.
tCFXCIAI. TELECKAM TO Till DISPATCH.1
On. Citt, July 24. The Empire Befin
ery, owned by A. L. Confer, at Beno, three
miles west of here, was destroyed by fire
this morning. A passing locomotive ig
nited some oil on the tracks, and the flames
spread. Nothing but the barrel works was
saved. The loss will exceed 20,000.
Fatally nnrt by a Grave! Train.
Bubgettstowjt, July 24. While at
work at the big fill at Baccoon bridge to
day an Italian named Antonio Bitz in at
tempting to get on the gravel train missed
his hold and fell under the wheels. Both
his legs were mashed to jelly below the
knees. He was taken to Wes't Penn Hos
pital and will likely die.
Work on Channel and Bridge.
rsrXCIAL TXLXQBAX TO TUX DISPATCH.
Stetjbeitvixle. July 24. The dredge
boats the Ohio and Oswego were busy all
day in removing the bar below and be
tween central and Ohio side channels at
Steubcnville bridge. The trestling and the
protective cluster piles are being pushed.
Ell Yokes HaoEi nimiolf.
(SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THX DISPATCH.!
Greenville, July 24. Eli Yokes, nn
extensive poultry dealer living near James
town, committed suicide yesterday after
noon by hanging. Financial trouble is
supposed to have been the cause.
The Nail Works Slen at Bcllnlre.
(SrECIAI. TELCOHAM TO TUB OISPATCH.I
Bellaire, July 24. The Bellaire Nail
Works signed the Amalgamated scale to
day and will resume operations to-morrow
in all branches, giving employment to abont
A Oliner Snlcldes.
rsrzciix iiugux to this disiutch.!
GKOVECiTT,July24. Thomas Husband,
a miner aged about 25, and the support of a
widowed mother, committed suicide this
Scalded to Dcnlb.
JSrECUX, TZXXOXA1C TO TUX DISI-JLTCK.1
TirriK, July 21. Mr. Albert Schwartz
way fatally scalded to-day by falliug while
carrying a boiler filled with hot water.
LIKE TAB HOMESTEAD SCALE.
The Colombia Mill at Untontomi Forcei the
Men to Termt Lots of Work on Band.
ISrZCU.1. TILIOKAK TO THI DISFXTCU.1
TTniontowk, July 24. After a number
of fruitless conferences with the owners of
the Columbia Iron and Steel Mill, the men
finally accepted a scale this morning which
makes considerable reductions in the wages
of all but the day laborers, and the men in
the Bessemer department. The heaviest re
dactions fall on the high priced men. The
heaters and blooming mill men are cut
about 25 per cent. The wages to rule here
under the new scale are practically the same
as those governing the Homestead men.
The mill will start up on Monday night,
and if the firm can secure enough men
double turn will be put on.
STBIKING AGAINST FKICK.,
His Taller Works Superintendent Dis
charged n K. ot I liender.
IIHCUI, TELEOBAU TO TUB DISr.A.TCH.1
Scottdale, July 24. Cloyd M. Parker,
Secretary of sub-Division JTo. 4, N. T. A.
135, Kniehts of Labor, and five other 'em
ployes of the H. C. Frick Coke Company,
at Valley Works, were discharged Monday
by Superintendent Thomas M. Lynch. The
cause given was they did not pick hand
picked coke. A meeting was held by the
men at Valley and it was decided to quit
work to-morrow morning It the discharged
men were not reinstated. If the men at
Vallev come out it is probable that the
strike'will spread to all the works controlled
by the Fricfc Company.
DUGAN DISCHARGED THEH
And the Men Claim He Yet Owe Them
Ench for Work none.
tSrCCIAZ. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH. 1
Geeensbubo, Pa., July 24. John
Dugan, a contractor engaged in building
the new reservoir for the Westmoreland
Water Company, who had 30 or 40
Italians and Hungarians in life
employ, left town this morning without
paying the wages due the laborers, they
claim. The men say Dugan discharged
them and then said he had no money to pay
them. Fifteen dollars each is demanded "by
the workmen, and if not paid them soon
trouble will likely follow. Dugan resides
SMOTHERED IN BRAN.
Caleb Sexier the Third of Ills Family to Die
SPECIAL TZIXGBAM TO TUX DISPATCH.!
Youngstown, July 24. Caleb Sevier
was suffocated to-day "while working in a
bran bin by the bran falling in upon him
and burying him. He was not found for
some minutes, and was dead. This is the
third death in the Sevier family by accident.
Several years ago another son was killed by
a boiler explosion and a daughter was
drowned in the river.
Mike Kami, a Hungarian, was killed in
Brown, Bonnell & Co.'s mill yards to-day
while making a coupling of two cars.
PEEIL OP A PICNIC TRAIN.
Jerome BlcCormick Falls In nn Attempt to
Wreck One Near Wlicelinc.
I6FECIAL TELECEAM TO TTIEDISPATCIT.l
Wheeling, July 24. Another attempt
was made this evening, the third during the
present month, to wreck a train on the
Wheeling and Elm Grove Railroad. A
man giving the name of Jerome McCormick
was discovered after having driven a spike
in between the ends of two rails, which
would have inevitably wrecked a picnic
train had the obstruction not been known.
AN INSANE MAN'S INVENTION.
The Incenlona Toy Constructed by a Patient
IIOPKtNSvn.r,E, Kr., July 2t W. S. Lyon, a
patient from Eddyville, Lyon connty, in the
lunatic asylum, where he has been confined for
20 years, has recently whittled with a penknife
ont of bits of pine boards, a highly incenioos
and complicated mechanical toy, which shows a
high degree of constructive skill, and wonld do
credit to a workman in full possession of his
The toy is a miniature stage abont 3x2 feet In
dimensions, on which 12 male and female mani
kins, from 6 to 8 inches in heicht, perform a
series of lively and amnsing antics, in which
they mimic the motions ot their bigger proto
types with grotesque and comical precision. A
manikin In the center turns a large wheel by a
crank, and seems to keep his companions in
motion. A man and woman, the latter hold!n
a babe on her lap, sit facing each other in rock
ing chairs, and rock back and forth with tire
less industry. Little Bed Ridins Hood and a
lady in Mikado dress on the left of the stace.
two male dancers in the center and two bodies
on the right keep up a lively jig dance to the
silent music of a fiddler, who saws away for
ever on a voiceless violin. Another manikin,
perhaps touched by a sentiment of gallantry
at the sight of this combined domestic bliss and
ballet revel. bo sand lifts his hat perpetually
like a Chesterfield, to the merry tronpe. Still
another manikin in the group hammers with a
steady and vigorous stroke upon a large bell,
whoso clear notes are audible for some distance
through the beautiful grove which shades the
green uwn west 01 ine asylum.
This wonderful exnloit of nnvrnTilrat'o-onir,.
Is pnt in motion by a water wheel turned by a
stream of water discharged through an iron
pipe laid in the ditch in the west of the grounds.
JACKSONVILLE MADE SAFE.
It Is In Dctter Shape Than Brer to Resist
Fever No Yellow Jack Anywhere.
Washington, Jnly 24. Speaking of the
possibility of a yellow fever outbreak this year.
Dr. Hamilton, Burgeon General of the Marine
Hospital service, said to-day that up to the
present time he had not received even an inti
mation of any suspicious cases In the yellow
fever district, although the officers of the
Marine Hospital service were under Instruc
tions to keep a sharp lookout for the appear
ance of the fever. It was July 28 that the first
case of yellow fever at Jacksonville was re
ported to him last year. There is, however, said
the doctor, less danger of an epidemic at Jack
sonville than ever before, owing to the
thoroughness of the inspection there and tc the
fact that every article from which fever might
be germinated had either been burned or f uml.
Sirs. Buckingham'! Million.
Chicago, July 21 Mrs. Lucy Sturges Bnck
lngham's will was proven 'by Judge Knicker
bocker to-day. It leaves an estate worth
l,00Q,COa Letters were granted to Kbenezer
Buckingham, the deceated's husband, and her
son. Clarence, in bonds of 2,000.000. The will
leaves ail the household effects and one-third
of the estate to the husband. The other two
thirds are to be equally divided between Clar
ence, Lucy and Kate, her children.
A Pension Chief Keslana.
WAsnrsoTOir, July 24. David W. Ware, of
Missouri, Chief of the Southern division in the
Pension Office, has resigned. Warner Wilhile.
of Indiana, has been appointed chief of a di
vision in ine pension umce.
Wrm Weathor often causes extremo tired
feeling and d; blllty, and in the weakened con
dition of the system, diseases arising from im
pure blood are liable to appear. To gain
strength, to overcome disease and to purify;
vitalize and enrich the blood, take Hood's
THE WEIL AND L'ABRA CLAIMS.
The Claimants Slake Demands and Blaine
Awaits Harrison' Pleasure.
Washington. July St Among the papers
that President Harrison has before him, and
upon which he may take action while at Deer
Park, is a statement from Secretary Blaine re
specting the noted Weil and L'Abra claims
upon which the Government of Mexico has
paid several hundred thousand dollars under
'the Judgment of a commission, before whom
the claims were tried. After Mexico had paid
a portion of the sum awarded, further payment
was stopped in the time of Mr. Cleveland's ad
ministration, and the matter was taken up by
Congress, upon the plea that the testimony be
fore the Claims Commission was perjured and
unreliable, and the claims themselves unjust
and unf onnded.
The Benato Committee on Foreign Relations
sustalned,tbe plea and Just before adjournment
recommended the passage of a bill to secure a
retrial. Secretary Blaine awaits the Presi
dent's instructions as to the disposition of the
money paid by the Government of Mexico.
The claimants have made a demand for it. The
amount involved is nearly $7CO,000.
On sale Friday, a lot of all-wool 40-inch
tricots, in brown and gray mixtures; 40-inch
all-wool stripe dress flannels; 40-inch all
wool serges. All go at 25c
Thokjttoit Bsos., Allegheny, Pa.
100 Pieces American challis, 6o a
yard, most likely the last good assortment
obtainable this season.
tts Huqtjs & Hacks.
In using this excellent brew of Frauen
heim & Vilsack you will be encouraging a
home industry. Call for it.
Coleman's Flag Brand, G. W. S. FJag
Brand, Zinfandel Claret, By the case or bottle.
G. W. Schmidt,
95 and 97 Fifth avenue, city.
ninrrlago IJcense Granted Yesterday.
( Henry S. "Whltllnjrcr Apollo
I Dott VonnfT Apollo
Joseph May Btowe township
1 Mary liauslnger Allegheny City
' (Thomas K. Woods Flttsbnrg
J Fanny C. DeTlln I'lttaburg
George E. Meyer Allegheny City
Ellen Peter Allegheny City
Clarence Thompson Sharptbarg Borough
Mary Hagraaler Etna Borough
Frank W. ScLulti Pittsburg
Margie Bofmann Pittsburg
Thomas Jones Pittsburr
Margaretha Walgand Pittsburg
Iliarthl Kederer. Allezhenv Citv
JAnnaKodler Allegheny City
J Stephen Bodaebowsky. Braddock
Mary Uladlsh llraddock
(John J. Baltz Brady's Bend
1 Katie lloreU Brady's Bend
(Jacob H. Drake Baldwin township
1 Emma F. Boehm Baldwin township
( Anthony Scmar Prttstrarg-
i Annie wlntermantel Glenfleld
I John U. Wragx Pittsburg
1 Julia A. .Palmer Pittsburg
t Frederick Goettel Pittsburg
Frances Woolensack U.Plttsburg
J Joseph E. Adams Lowellville, O
Annie M. Bates Jamestown. M. Y.
( Lewis Stahl Allegheny City
I Frances Ferllck Allegheny City
BEOWN-On July 22. 18S9, at Princeton. Ky.,
of typhoid fever. William 1L, son of Samnel
S. and Elizabeth Pollock Brown, in . the 21th
year of his age.
Funeral services at his father's residence.
Brown's station,' B. & O. B. H., Thtjbsday,
July 25, at 10 o'clock A. a. Interment private
at a later hour. Train leaves B. d: O. depot at
9 A. it., returning to the city at 1120 A. M.
BREDIN July 23, lSi.9, John Bredln, aged
Funeral at Butler, Pa., on Feidat, July 26,
BREEDON-On Wednesday, July 24. at 4
o'clock P. M., Maqoix K., wife of William
Brcedon, in her 33d year.
Funeral from the residence of her father,
Andrew Kelly, Pine township, on Fkiday,
July 28, at 10 o'clock A. Jt, to proceed to Cross
FRITZINGER On Wednesday. Jnlv 24.
1SS9. at 4:15 p. 1L, at CCartlers. Pa., of brain
fever, Mbs. U. W. Feitztnoee, wife of U. W.
Fritzlnger. aged Z4 years.
Fnneral from the residence of her mother,
Mrs.Janette Steele, No. 8 Mulberry street,
Allegheny, Pa on Sattkdat, July 27, at 2
o'clock, P. M. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. Interment TJniondale
HARBISON On Wednesday morning at
Canton, O., Huoh W., youngest son of Frank
1L and Ella Wilson Harbison, aged 2 years 2
months and 16 days. 2
LYONS At the family residence, corner of
Broad and Whitfield streets, East End, on
Wednesday afternoon, July 21, 1889,at 4 o'clock,
John H. Lyoks, in his 33d year.
Funeral services at Sacred Heart Church
(B, C), Center avenne, on Friday, the 26th,
at 9 A. JC Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. 2
MCCOY On Wednesday, July 24, 18S9. Abi
oal G., wife of B. N. McCoy, Sr.,aged 67 years
and 4 months.
Funeral Fbxday mornlno, July 20. at 10
o'clock, from the residence of her son-in-law,
Nelson Davis, No. 33 St. Thomas street, Twenty-seventh
NORBISH On Monday, July 22, 1689, at
Grand Crossing, BL, Gzobos J. JNORUisn,
in the 65th year of bis age.
Funeral from the residence of his son, J;hn
C, Wllkinsburg, on Thubsday, Jnly 2a, at 2
o'clock P. M. Interment at Uniondale Ceme
tery. Friends of the family cordially invited
Buffalo and Chicago papers please copy.
OPPENHEIMER At 10 o'clock A. M. Tues
day, July 23, Nanni, only daughter of Moses
and Julia Oppenheimer, in the 20th year of her
Funeral will take place from the residence of
her parents, No. 130 Locust street, Allegheny,
at 930 A. M. TmntSDAY, 25th instant. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to at
tend. Please omit flowers.
REICK On Wednesday, Jnly 21, 18S9, at 2
A. jl, Hexry Reick. aged 62 years.
Funeral from his late residence, No. 1M
Third street, Allegheny, on Friday, at 2 p. m.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
SHAFFER On Tuesday, Jnly 23. 18S9. at
HSffl A. M., JosiAn Shaffbb, in his 77th year.
Funeral services at the residence of his son-
in-law, W. H. Conly, No. 60 Fremont street,
Allegheny City, on TrrrrftDAY afternoon at
3 o'clock. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend.
THOMAS On Tuesday, July 23. 1SS9, at 730
A. M., Walter, son of John C. and Rowena
Thomas, aged It) years 28 days.
Funeral services on Thuesday. July 25, from
his parents' residence, No. 32 Lillian street.
Thirty-first ward. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to atten d. 2
WADE At the residence of Dr. H. M.
Bishop Brooklyn, N. Y., on Wednesday, Jnly
24, 18K9! EUZADETU Lois (Bessik). beloved
daughter of Chas. L and Elizabeth A, Wade.
Notice of .funeral hereafter.
A1Lrfra AT?f?TTT AT.T M. DVn
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES,
H7, 119 and 138 Third avenue, two doors below
Smithfield St., next door to Central HoteL
Carriages for funerals,$3. Carriages for operas,
parties, tc at the lowest rates. All new car
riages. Telephone communication. myl-11-Tra
JOHN L. TREXLER & CO.,
Fnneral Directors and Embalmers, Livery
andBoarding Stables. Nos. 378 and 3S0
Beaver ave. Residence. 6S1 Preble
ave Allegheny City.
Telephone 3416. mh23-strhsu
EPBESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN 1S&
ASSETS . (9A71.69S33.
Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 81 Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-D
WESTEEN INSURANCE CO.
NO. U WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIMICK. President.
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President.
fe22-26-TTS WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillings from SI up. Amalgars, 50c;
silver. 75c; white alloy, tL
Gold Crowns a specialty.
DR. J. M. McCLAREN,
Corner Smithfield and Fourth avMM,
20 Per Cent
Average reduction has
been made on our en
tire stock of Chinese
and Japanese Straw
mixed dark colors
low as $3 per roll
40 yards, or
7c Per Yard.
33 FIFTH AVENUE 33
SPECIAL BARGAINS ALL OVER
This week we have placed on Gents' counter
a lot of French Balbriggan striped Shirts and
Drawers at 75c each, reduced from 1 23 each.
This is a good bargain.
THE PARASOL BARGAINS
ought most certainly to command your atten
tion. Think of ltl Parasols at 51 and $2 each
that sold at two to three times the price. Also
thrSunand Rain Umbrella bargains will at
tract you 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
ha-dsome patterns" in fancies. We have de
cided to close out at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
two lines of Wh lte Flannel Waists one line of
Men's White Flannel Shirts, BnttonOn and
Blouse Waists, reduced from 52 to II CO, 82 60
Men's White Flannel Bhirts from $3 60 to $2.
This is enough for this time.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH AVENUE.
TTNITED STATES HOTEL
U Atlantic City, N. J.
The largest and leading hotel.
H. B. WARDEN, Manager.
Jel541-TTS B. H. BROWN, Proprietor.
THE CHALFONTE. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
MOVED TO THE BEACH.
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED.
, UNSURPASSED OCEAN VIEW.
bait water Daws in the house. Elevator.
E. ROBERTS & SONS.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
On the beach, sea end of Virginia avenue.
Je7-19-E0D BUCK 4 McCLELLAN.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
Largest and most prominently located hotel
with a new and first-class Restaurant attached.
350 chairs. Open all the year. Coaches to and
from Beach and Trains. Bropby's Orchestra.
je2o-51 CHARLES McGLADE.
HOTEL LAFAYETTE, CAPE MAY CITY.
N. J., open all the year: strictly first-class;
situated directly on the beach, opposite Iron
Pier. VICTOR DENIEZOT, Proprietor.
Rates f2 SO to M. jel-3-TTS
LONGVIEW SCHOOL-FORMERLY HO
TEL Longview will be opened for the
reception of summer boarders by July 1, 1SS9.
For circulars and information apply to
REV. JOHN G. MULHOLLAND,
AEBURY PARK-HOTEL BRUNSWICK
A leading hotel in every respect. Beauti
fully situated near the beach. All rooms com
mand an unobstructed view of the ocean. Ap
pointments unsurpassed. Drainage and Sani
tary arrangements perfect. For Information
address MORGAN &. PARBON& jel5-35
LONG BRANCH, N. J.,
HEXItT .WAI.TEB,PrOp'r., Jno. B. Scitlossik,
Manager, late of Hotel Duquesne, Pittsburg.
CAPE MAY, N. J.
Directly on the beach.
W. W. GREEN.
CRESSON hPRINGS, PENNA. MAIN
line Pennsylvania Railroad, on top of
THE FOUNTAIN HOUSE
Now open. All trains stop at Cretson. For
urcuiara, etc, aaaress
WM. B. DUNHAM, Snpt,
Cresson. Cambria Co., Pa.
SPRING LAKE BEACH, N. J.
WILL OPEN" JUNE 29.
For terms and other Information address
L. U. MALTBY.
Monmouth House, Spring Lake. N. J
Or Hotel Lafayette, Philadelphia, Pa.
HEW PRINCESS AM ML,
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA,
Situated directly on the ocean, 18 miles due
east of Norfolk; Va., via Norfolk and Va,
R. R. This great seaside resort presents
every advantage for luxury, comfort and
Summer season opens June 15.
Elegant drives on tho hard beach and through
the plney woods. The best surf bathing on the
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a or ouicc, 3S Arosawar.
joo-iia p, js VttJUX&HJJJU.
DEPEND OS THE Eg
Buy your shaving materials of ns before you
leave the city. Read our list and learn how
well we can supply you:
The Torrey Razors at 50c, 75c, 95c, SI and
tl 25 each.
Joseph Rogers & Sons' Sheffield Razors at
65c, 85c, 90c and Jl 20 each.
1 he famous Star Safety Razors at $1 50.
Torrey's Razor Strops at 20c, 40c, 60c and
?1 75 each.
Lather Brushes at 25c. 35c, SOc and 68c each.
Fine Badger Hair Lather Brushes at SI 25.
China Shaving Mugs at 15c, 25c, 33c, 50c, 75o
Traveling Shaving Cups at 23c each.
Cuticura Shaving Soap at 12c a cake.
Marks' Excelsior Shaving Soap at 5c a cake.
Brown's Shaving Sticks at 9c a stick.
Clover's Shaving Sticks at 16c a stick.
Pears' Shaving Sticks at 17c a stick.
Bazin's Shaving Cream at 19c a box.
Lloyd's Exesis Preparation at 38c a tnbe.
French's Improved Bay Rum at 25c and 50c a
Star Brillintine Bay Rum at 19caudS9ca
Johann Maria Farina at 69c and $1 35 a bot
tle. Sponges at 10c, 15c, 20c and 28c each.
Shaving Sets, So.
Shaving Mirrors at 50c, 65c, Jl 25.
Triplicate Mirrors. S3.
Face Powders at 13c. 17c, 18c and 25a.
Hair Brushes from 15c up to S3 75.
Combs from 7c up to 75c
Chamois Skins from 5c to SSc
Fleishman & Co.'s
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506 and 508 Market st,
Catalogue and Price Lists Mailed
Free of Charge to Any Address.
The following are now ready:
Catalogue of Musical Collections,
Price List of Patent Medicines,
Price List of,.Soaps, etc.
Handsome, large, level, shaded lots at
Groveland, fronting Ohio river, accessible
by three lines of rail tray.
Good building property, affording health
ful, cheerful and convenient homes. Large
lots on Benton avenue, Allegheny, at loir
prices and on long time.
Choice home locations 12 minntes' ride,
5 cent fare on Central Traction road, ad
joining proposed HerronHill Park. Lots
30 to 60 feet front. jy20-17-D
P-A.TIE, IN- T S
JL O. D. LEVIS, SoUdtor of Patsnts.
131 Fifth avenue, above HmithSeld, next Leader
office. (No delay.) Established 20 years,
Still a few lots left in Maplewood Park,
Wilkinaburg:. Come quick, faefore they
aroallgona George S. Martin & Co.,
603 Liberty street. Branch office,
Wilidnnburg, opposite station.
WM. SEMPLB'S STORES,
165, 167 and 169 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY, PA.
A GREAT SUCCESS, THE IID-SUMIER CLEARANCE SALE.
You would hardly think it
of buyers at our stores. The prices
fact In WASH FABRICS we show
this season at 6c, and large lines of them. Satines, 6c French
Satines, 18c and 20c India Linons, 10c and i2jc 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 Grcs Grains are 50c, 65c, 75c and 24-inch
fast sellers 95c, $1 and $1 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 'Dlmask ever sold in any market' Fast colors Turkey-
Ked, lablings, 18c. 20c and 25c. half
B. & B.
Thursday, July 25.
25c a volume.
Only standard works.
Cloth bound, gilt back, good print.
Get a list at the book counter and make your
selection of good .wholesome summer reading.
This has been our greatest Lace season. We
n ever carried such elegant lines of Laces. Our
prices are unquestionably the lowest.
That "clean sweep" in the fine Dress Goods
50c a yard, a uniform price, on goods that
sold at 11, SI 25, 160 and SI 75 a yard, is a
But ther e's plenty for all tardy buyers and
"bargain" buyers. Nobody who has any use
for Dress Goods can afford to miss this chance.
For a few days only Elegant Black Gros
Grain Silks at SI 10 a yard.
Bee special 60c table of Silks.
Stripe and plaid Surahs, 50c;
Reduced from 75c and $L
Stripe colored Gros Grains, 50c;
Reduced from SI 25. '
42-inch Black Hand Run Lace Skirting, S3 50
a yard; re'duced from SB.
48-Inch all-silk Drapery Net, plain and
figured, SI a yard; reduced from SI 50,
25 per cent and 60 per cent cut in prices of
all our Ladles' Gingham, Satine and White
B0GGS & BUHL,
115, 117,119, 121 Federal st, Allegany
Pongee Coat and Vest.
Light and thin almost as air.
Cool, very cool. Dressy,
washable, durable. Too many
to close out this season unless
we make a grtat bargain,
which we do. Nine dollars
and seventy-five cents is not
They are all to go at
oo $500 $5 00
00 $5 00 $5 00
Coat and Vest
Sixth street and Penn avenue.
31 SAMPSON 6T ALLEGHENY; PA.
SDecially Adapted for Cemetery Lots.
Tr ."F, A P. A NOE SALE
mid-summer trade, judging from the rush
convince you of the
the most beautiful
their actual value
IS THE PRICE AT WHICH
WILL FOR ONE WEEK OFFER
1,200 MEN'S SUITS
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CHEVIOTS.
Sack and frock styles, light and dark colors and all sizes from 3$ to 4$
inches breast measure. In the early part of this season Suits in every
way identical with these were sold at $12, $14, JS15, 16 and even J5i8.
You can come in our store and
AKE TOUR CHOICE FOR $9 99 ONLY
Not a single suit will be reserved! All, every one of them will go. Mark
you this well: These Suits cannot be equaled in QUALITY, ONLY ON
PAPER, for less than $16 anywhere in this city. We were specially
fortunate in obtaining these suits just at the time we did and equally as
fortunate in being able to put them on sale at a time when our stock
was so badly broken up.
$9 99 is a Mere Song for Such
Grand Quality Suits
-ASD TOT- -
SHOULD AT LEAST COME AM) SEE THEM.
There'll be no harm done if you don't buy and whether you come
as a purchaser or as one bent on finding out the truth or otherwise of
such a startling and sensational announcement, you'll be equally wel
come. Now mind you this well: We don't lose a cent on the sale of
these goods, and you can well imagine that we don't make on any one x
suit more than would pay for a good breakfast for, a hungry tramp. The
truth is we got 'em cheap and are content to sell 'em cheap, being satis
fied to reap whatever value there is in the advertisement, in being able!
to sell at such a wonderfully low price,. as our reward.
We must refuse to send any of these suits on approval, as they can't
be spared from the store not even, for a few minutes. This destined-
to-be memorable sale is now on and ends Saturday next, but the earlier
you come the better.
FIRMLY PLANT THE FACT IN YOUR MEMORY
THAT IT IS AT
ONLY YOU CAN
WE NEVER STOPI
The success of our July Clearing Sale has been phenomenal. We
shall keep on offering bargains in order to maintain the rush, and we
only hope that customers will viMt us without delay, as most of tho
bargains go off very quickly.
MORE HAT BARGAINS. Finest quality White Leghorn Hats,
the best shapes for children that have been out this season, at 64 cents
sold all during the season at 81 50. Finest quality Black Tvrnn.Ti Hats,
the most stylish and becoming shapes, at 50 cents, aold always at
81 50. More of those well-known Russian Hair Hats, at 62 cents, al
ways sold at 81 50. And to cap the climax, Ladies' very finest quality
of Black Milan Hats, and bast shapes only, sold all the way from 81 75
to 82 25, now at 75a
Two Hosiery Bargains. Ladies' full regular made Balbriggan Hoso,
at lOo a pair, and Ladies' fine Black Silk Hose at 58c a pair.
Black Silk Lace Mitts 15o a pair, reduced from 25c. Black Silk
Lace Mitts at 20c, reduced from 38o. Black Silk Lace Mitts at 25o
reduced from 45c. Come quickly for Parasols Our bargain prices are
moving them very fast. Muslin and Cambric Underwear for Ladies
, and Children. A fresh stock for this
all ladies to cease making them at
510, 512. 514 MARKET ST. AND 27 FIFTH AVENUE.
P. a Early closing at 5 o'clock every evening except Saturdays.
LACE CURTAINS. Always a specialty with us now very tempt
ing values. Good Curtains, three yards long, at 50c; extra wide, three
and one-half yards long, at . $1, regular price $z 50. Large lines of 3
patterns, Si 25, $1 50, $2 and up to
grades equally cheap!
MEN'S FURNISHINGS. Fine
Si 25, Si 50 and $2, are unsurpassed
and Boys, 40c and 50c, in good styles.
50c. All the latest style Collars. Fine
66c a suit Good Merino "Vests, 15c,
Night Robes remarkably cheap. Unlaundried Shirts, 37c and
worthy your attention.
REMEMBER the Jerseys, 5c and 75c; the fast black Hose,
20c. and 25 c; the Millinery, half price: the Muslin Underwear-
Ladies and Misses astonishingly low;
iiig drive in GlovesX
Mail orders receive trompt 'attention,
300 to 400
GET THEbE GOODS
week's sales and inducements to
5 re specially attractive. Better
Shirts, 90c, Si
in value. Flannel
Shirts for Men"A
Silk, 25c, worthl
French Balbriggan Underwear
20c and 25c. Dress Shirts and!
the, bargains in Fans, Parasols aaS