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'PITTSBITRa DISPATCH, ' TUESDAY, JTTLY 80," 5?1889."
READY FOE A FIGHT
Ihe Coko Workers Are Sow Per
fecting Their Organization.
SUBSTANTIAL AID RECEIVED.
Sunday Camp-Meeting Excursion Trains
Cause Some Trouble,
THE LIST COENEE OF THE STANDAED
An Entire Family Seriously Folsonrd By Eatinf
Some Caused Sardines.
The coke workers are confident of Suc
cess in their troubles. Meetings hare been
held and committees, appointed. The
Standard Oil Company has effected a corner
of the wax market
tsrECUI. TELXGItAM TO TBI DISFATCn.3
SCOTTDAI.E, July 29. At tne meeting of
the Cokeworkers' General Committee this
afternoon sub-committees,representing every
section in the coke region, were appointed.
Mass meetings will be held throughout the
recion. Ajiromiuent miner said this even
ing that Master "Workman Ilea, of X. T. A.
135, would be assisted by 21 agents of the
Miners' National Trades Assembly. A
miss meeting, to be held in Conucllsville on
"Wednesday, has been called. Prominent
officials ol the Knights of Labor and others
will be there to address the men.
Immediately after the adjournment of the
General Committee the Executive Board of
sub-division No. 4 went into session. Com
munications ere received Irom 20 different
works notifying the board that all the as
sistance .required would be given. It was
also stated to the board that the miners at
the Valley "Works of the Frick Coke Com
pany would quit work iith the balance of
the region on Wednesday. The question of
responsibility was taken up and the board
decided that" as sufficient notice had been
given the operators, they and not the em
ployes would be responsible for any loss
that may be entailed on account of the coke
being left in the ovens.
It is reported on the most reliable author
ity that the loard had received a check tor
several hundred dollars irom national head
quarters, with instructions to draw for more
Tihen needed. The men leel confident of
winning their point, and do not expect the
strike to last over two weeks at the farthest.
A.NOTHEE STANDARD SCHEME.
It Looks Like a Corner on Wax Candle and
ISrFCIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISrjLTCH.1
Fkanklis, July 29. From reports cir
culated in this city it would seem that the
Standard Oil Company is branching out in
an entirely new direction, and now has a
corner on the wax candle industry of the
country. Having bought out or indnced to
quit the business all the manufacturers of
wax candles the Standard is now practically
without opposition, and it is rumored thev
will at once advance the prices of candles
and other commodities.
Wax manufactured from petroleum is
used in their production, and it is even inti
mated that the price of chewing gun will be
advanced. The Standard has stored away
in their works in this city from 6,000 tb
10,000 barrels of wax which they are ready
to put on the market as soon as the prices
reach their figures.
DEATH OF MRS. COLLITER,
TTbo Wan in thr Johnstown Flood find Never
Recovered From ibe hock.
rSPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DlSrATCH.l
East Beady, July 29. Mrs. Colliver,
wife of Rev. Colliver, a local minister of
Johnstown, was buried in the cemetery at
Brady's Bend to-day. Mrs. Colliver was an
invalid, and had a narrow escape from the
flood, and the shock received at that time
hastened her death. Her age was about 55
A young man named Elder, from Parker,
had his left arm amputated here to-day by
Br. R. S. Wallace. His hand was smashed
while coupling on the railroad several
months ago, and gangrene ensued, necessi
A CAMPMEETIXG QUESTION.
Opinions Differ nn lo bnnday Excursion
Trains and Ailmlft.lon Fees.
fSFfClAL TELEGRAM To THE DISrATOH.!
Gbeensbobg, July 29. The National
Campmeeting Association, which was to
hold its annual meeting this year at Eidge
way Park, just west of Johnstown, on the
Pennsylvania Railroad, has decided not to
meet there. The management claim that
the Ridgeway Campmeeting .Association,
now holding meetings there, have violated
their pledge not to take money at the gate
or to run excursion trains on Sunday.
The National Association has just noti
fied the directors of the park of their conclu
sion, and it has created quite 3 sensation
among the good Methodists down there.
Fatal Result of a Qaarrrl.
JSrECTAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.1
Fbauklin, July 29. During a quarrel
in this city on Saturday night George Hunts
berger was struck on the head with a beer
bottle by a man named "Whitman and so
severely injured that the doctors have given
up all hopes of his recovery. Huntsberirer
resides in Oil City and was removed there
Sunday. Whitman has been arrested.
Rescued After Eisht Years.
ISrECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCn.1
Oil City, July 29. Eight years ago a
lad named James Kennedy, aged 7 years,
was abducted from this city. His where
abouts were never discovered until to-day.
A band of gipsies are encamped on the
Southside, where the young man was found.
A posse of citizens rescued him, and he is
ww with his overjoyed parents.
The OH Well nht.
rSrXClAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISrATOH!
"Washington, Pa., July 29. Judge
Mcllvaine this afternoon filed his opinion
in the case of C M. and Mrs. Mary Brown
lee against S. I. McGee and others, restrain
ing them Irom drilling an oil well on the
premises of E. R. Deems and Rachel Finley.
Another Project nt Jeannetle.
tSrZCIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISrATCB.1
Gkeenkbueo, July 29. H. Sellers Me
Kee, of Pittsburg, has just purchased twoor
three large tracts of land north of Jeanette.
About 400 houses will be built on the land,
and it is rumored a big iron plant will be
Poisoned by Eating Kitrdlne.
rSPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISrATClI.3
Gbeexville, July 29. Elmer Bell, an
engineer on the Pittsburg and Lake Erie
Railroad, his two children and a Miss
O'Brien were poisoned last evening by eat
ing sardines. It is doubtful if they will re
cover. EXPOSITION B0XDS GOING FAST.
Tory Dronabt the foolery S25.000 More
In Caul) Ymierdar.
Yesterday aiternoon the German Amer
ican Insurance Company, o this city, took
J10.0CO of the Exposition bonds. In the
morning Henry Buhl, of Boggs & Buhl,
placed (15,000 in the Allegheny banks,
making (25,000 in cash received during the
day. Several other lots are in negotiation,
and if is expected that 100,000 will be sold
-and delivered bclore Saturday.
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TUB SUPERINTENDENT'S STORT.
He Sajs Sirs. Dlnrtln Died From Solten
xxg of Ihn Drnln.
This morning Coroner McDowell will
hold an inquest upon the body of Mrs.
Anna Martin, who died at the Allegheny
Poor Farm early yesterday morning.
On July 1 Mrs. Martin got into a dispute
with her daughter-in-law about a table
cloth and was pushed down a pair of stairs.
The latter woman is 68 years of age and
quite feeble. In her fall she injured her
ankle and was taken from her home. -at No.
49 East Jefferson street, to the Allegheny
Her relatives accompanied her in the car
riage to the Farm, where she was admitted
on the 12th inst. Her ankle was sprained,
and she had to be carried into the institu
tion. There the physicians attended to her
limb, which became all right in a few days.
For over a year Mrs. Martin has been
suffering from brain trouble, and the physi
cians at the Home say this caused her death.
A reporter of TnE Dispatch visited the
Farm last night, and interviewed Superin
tendent Rolshouse in regard to the matter.
Mr. Rolshouse said:
"The women was brought here as an in
sane patient, and was treated accordingly.
Shejias had softening of the brain for over
a year and it degenerated into paralysis.
This undoubtedlv caused her death. Her
relatives claimed that she injured her ankle
by failing in the yard. Sha was so insane
that she could only mutter incoherent
sounds, nnd never got out of her bed while
here. I do not think that the trouble with
her limb caused her death."
AN A0E Of CliDBS.
CoraopoIItann Fqnal on an Abandoned Bont
With a ItuflVt.
Notwithstanding the borough of Cora
opolis voted 99 to 16 for the proposed amend
ment to the State Constitution to prevent
the manufacture and sale of intoxicating
liquors, some of the good citizens of the
place are greatly scandalized over thealleged
orgies held by a social, or at least bibulous,
organization which, it is said, drinks beer
and supposably "suthin' " stronger, in a
boat moored near the rip-rap which confines
the Ohio at the "trap." People in the vi
cinity complain that Sunday is made hide
ous by the desecration.
The clubhouse was gotten for nothing.
Some months ago an unknown man came
floating down the river in a small trading
boat, and, not knowing Tf the danger of
navigation over the rip-rap, went over and
was drowned, and the gang complained of
is said to have squatted in the boat and con
verted it into a clubhouse.
TO BEING THEM BACH.
Hovr Fltlsbnrg's Chinese Merchants
Identified to Chlnn.
The Rev. E. R. Donehoo yesterday pre
pared papers of identification for Ye Din,
Ye Dock and Ye Sing, Chinese business
men on Second avenue, who intend visiting
China. The two first are brothers, and wish
to see their mother. Ye Sing is their cousin,
and accompanies them, with Qung "Wah,
who returns to China for good. The papers
describing them recite that they are in
business here, and are worth over $1,000.
The papers are to be presented to the Chi
nese Consul at San Francisco to secure a
passport; also to be used in returning to
They also take with them letters in be
half of Lee Johnson's brother, a Pittsburg
Chinaman, who visited China before the ex
clusion bill was passed.
Is Alleged Againut an Allegheny Physician
in nil Emit End Cnne.
For criminal malpractice in the case of
Miss Annie Conley, aged 21, of Dolphin
street, East End, Dr. Jacob Callemns, of 13
First avennc, Allegheny, was yesterday
held to (2,000 bail by Alderman Porter, and
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McCormack, a newly
married pair, of Penn and Euclid avenues,
East End, were locked up, in default ot
bail, as accessories. The offense, as alleged,
was committed at the doctor's office in
April, Alonzo Arnett, who had rendered it
necessary, as charged, having cone "West to
escape the consequences. The criminality
of the McCormacks is held to have consisted
'in harboring the young lady to aid and abet
the malpractice and with full knowledge
thereof. Annie is a daughter of Mrs.
FOE TEE FIFTH STORT.
Business Is Now Quito Brik Abont Ihe New
Yesterday afternoon the iron beams for
the fifth story ot the new Government build
ing arrived, and will be put up at once.
Mr. Malone, Superintendent, has sent let
ters to local Government officials requesting
them to come to his office and make the
choice of room they would like to occupy.
He says whenever they have made their
selections, there will be a joint session of
Government officials and the Bnilding Com
mittee of the Chamber of Commerce to make
the final decision.
Slrlckcn With Cramp nnd Death.
Edwin Davis, a married man, 43 years
old, died suddenly at his home on Charlotte
street, near Thirty-sixth street, yesterday
morning. Mr. Davis suffered a severe at
tack of cramps about 4 o'clock in the morn
ing and died several hours later. The de
ceased had been employed at Clark's Solar
Iron "Works previous to the strike. The
Coroner was notified.
Amputation Too Much for 11 1 in.
Henry Eastman, employed on the Pitts
burg and Lake Erie Railway, had both legs
badly crushed at Homewood yesterday
while attempting to board a freight train.
He was taken to the "West Penn Hospital.
and died from loss of blood occasioned by
the amputation of his left leg. An inquest
will be held this morning.
BEING due to the presence of urio
acid in the blood, is most effectually
cured by the use of Ayer's Sarsapa
rilla. Be sure you get Ayer's and no
other, and take it till the poisonous
acid is thoroughly expelled from the
system. "We challenge attention to this
"About two years ago, after suffering
for nearly two years from rheumatic
pout, being able to walk only with great
discomfort, and having tried various
remedies, including mineral waters,
without relief, I saw by an advertise
ment in a Chicago paper that a man had
been relieved of this distressing com
plaint, after long suffering, by taking
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I then decided to
make a trial of this medicine, and took
it regularly for eight months, and am
pleased to state that it has effected a
complete euro. I have since had no re
turn of the disease." Mrs. R. Irving
Dodge, 110 "West 125th st., New York.
"One year ago I was taken ill with
inflammatory rheumatism, being con
fined to my house six months. I came
out of the sickness very much debili
tated, with no appetite, and my system
disordered in every wnv. I commenced
using Ayer's Sarsaparilla and began to
improve at once, gaining in strength
and soon recovering my usual health.
I cannot say too much in praise of this
well-known medicine." Mrs. L. A.
Stark, Nashua, N. H.
ui o uioupaimaj
Dr. J. C. Aver & Co., Lowell, Mais.
Price $1; six Wiles, 3. wdrth (5 a bottte ,
A CITY EMPLOYE'S DEATH.
One of the Veterans of the Water Depart
ment Expire at EUa Post.
"Walsh Sproul, of 28 Thirteenth street,
aged 61 years, an employe of the City "Water
Department, dropped dead of apoplexy
while laying water pipe at the corner of
Forty-seventh and Howe streets about 1
o'clock P. M. yesterday. He was one of the
oldest and best liked employes in the serv
ice, having been in the water department
for 28 years. Besides his wife, two adult
sons survive him.
Be gentle in stimulating the kidneys, other
wise von will excite and weaken them. The
happiest results follow the use of Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters to overcome renal inactivity.
Avoid the unmedicated, fiery stimulants of
commerce. The kidneys have a delicate mem
brane, easily irritated, and upon this the action
of such excitants is pernicious. Malarial com
plaints, indigestion rheumatism, neuralgia and
biliousness succumb to tho corrective Influence
ot the Bitters.
Old Sherry, full quarts., 50c
Extra Old Sherry.full quarts 75c
Old Port, full quarts 50c
Extra Old Port, lull quarts 75c
Riesling, full quarts 40c
Angelica, full quarts 50c
Muscatel, full quarts 50c
Tokay, full quarts 60c
For sale by G. "W. Schmidt, Nos. 95 and
97 Fifth ave.
Excursion to Atlantic City
Via the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, next
Thursday, August 1. Rate, S10 for the
round trip; tickets good tor 10 days; good
to stop off at Washington City returning.
Trains of Eastlake coaches and Pullman
palace cars will leave depot at 8 A. 21. and
920 P. si.
The Best Summer Drlnti,
As well as the most wholesome beverage for
the warm weather, is Pilsner beer.
FBAUENHEIM & VlLSACK.
Mnrrlage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
I John M. ITeln Allegheny
iElmenli liuhn Allegheny
( Frank Acht Pittsburg
1 Theresa Machlaroll Pittsburg
j Victor Larose .....West Elizabeth
1 Florence Faetre 'West Elizabeth
(Joseph Schneider Pittsburg
1 Maria Glgler Pittsburg
I Theodore Trlttler Pittsburg
I Lena KraR Pittsburg
I James W Gardner Pittsburg
I Lmtna Saufurd PltUburg
(Samuel fetory. Allegheny
J Susannah Ilammerschmldt Allegheny
I John Murray , Allegheny
I Barbara Knox Allegheny
) William Uumbert Allegheny
(Katie It. Koculg Allegheny
I Frank W. White Plttsbnrg
(Alice Hummel Sprtngdile township
(Andrew E. Myers Allegheny
(Ecora Conrt Allegheny
(Kobert Cray Braddock township
. btella Lewis Pittsburg
J Peter G. liecktenwald. ...L. St. Clair township
j Lizzie liowraen Lower St. Clair township
ATKINS WOOD In Pittsburg, July 25. by
the Rev. William Ward West, Georcje T. At
kins and FlobaJ. Woob.
BARR On Sunday. July 28, 1SS9, at 8 A. M.,
at his residence. No. 153 Meyran avenue, John
C. Barb, aged 62 years.
Funeral services at St. Agnes Church TrES
dat morkixo, July 30, at 920 A. sr. 2
BAS9ETT On Monday, July 29. at 8:15 A. XL,
Howard, on of Thomas 8. and Ella & Bassett,
aged 6 months and 25 days.
Funeral WedsesijaY at 10 A. it. from
parents' residence, West End avenue, Alle
gheny. Interment private. 2
CHILTON At Mansfield, Pa Sunday, July
28. 18S9. at 11:45 P. M.. MARGARET A, twin
daughter of John and Sarah Chilton, aged 1
year 10 months and 12 davs. ,
Funeral from the residence of her parents,
Mansfield, on TUESDAY, July SO, at 2 P.M.
Friends of the family are respectfully Invited
COLLARD On Monday morning. July 29,
18S9. Frederick IL. eldest son of Gilbert H.
and Sarah Jane Collard, aged 22 years.
Funeral services at the residence of his
parents. West View, Perrysvflle road, on
Wednesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Inter
ment at Unlondale Cemetery.
DAVIES On Monday, July 8, 18S9. Edwin
Da vies. In his 52d year.
Funeral from his late residence, Charlotte
street, near Thirty-sixth, Wednesday after
noon, at 2 o'clock.
DOUUHERTY-On Monday, July 29, 18S9, at
5 a.m., a.j. Dougherty, aged41 years, bet
ter known as Tony, and brother-in-law of Annie
Foneral 9 a.m. Wednesday, at 111 Spring
alley, next to Fire Engine Company No. 15, to
proceed to St. Patrick's Church.
FABER On Satnrday, July 27. 1889. at 8
o'clock P. M., Sarah H., wife of William M.
Faber, and daughter of the late Dr. Henry
GLOVEB At the residence of her mother,
No. 1 Terrace avenue, Allegheny, Satnrdav.
July 27, lbS.at7:15p. m., Rebecca L., daugh
ter of Mary and the late John Grbver, aged 21
Funeral services on Tuesday afternoon
at 3 o'clock. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. Interment private at a
GREEN On Monday. July
it, John J. Green, aged 30
and 22 days.
29. 18S9. at 4 A.
years 3 months
A precious one from us has gone,
A voice we loved is stilled;
A place is vacant In our home.
Which never can be filled;
God in His wisdom has recalled
The boon His love had given;
And thounh the body slumbers here,
The soul Is safe in heaven.
Funeral from his late residence, Edmond
street. Twentieth ward, on Wednesday at
8.30 A. M. Services at St. Joseph's R. C.
Church, Bloomtleld, at 9 A. M. Friends of the
family are respectfully invlied to attend.
HEWITT On Monday, at 8 o'clock A. If., at
the residence of Mr. Fred Benculer, Alle
gheny, Mrs. A. P., beloved wife of Philip
Hewitt, of Rochester, Pa and Bister of Mrs.
F. Beachler, of Alleghenv, and Mts. M. L,
Hays, of Rochester, Pa., aged 60 j ears.
Services at Sbarpsville, Mercer countv. nn
Tuesday, July SO.. Interment at Clarksvllle,
L1NQAKT Sunday, July 2S.1ES9. at 135 p
K.. Sirs. Sarah, wife of Wilkius tlnhart, in
her 51st year.
The funeral will take place from the residence
of her husband, 113 Sheffield street. Allegheny
Citv, Tuesday jioenl.no at 10 o'clock. The
frlendsif the family are respectfully invited
to auena wuuuui lurmer notice.
MORTON At the residence of James
While, Ingrain station, Marie Anoele, In
fant daucbter ot Mrs. Will P. Morton.
Services at 8 o'clock P. M. Tuesday. Inter
SPROUL Suddenly, on Monday, July 29
15S9, Welsh Sproul. in the 00th year of his
Notice of funeral hereafter.
JAMES ARCHIBALD BRO..
XJVEBY AND SALE STABLES,
117, 119 nd 1M Third avenue, two doors below
bmithneld st next door to Central Hotel.
Carnages for f unerals,$3.' Carriages for operas,
parties, ic, at the lowest rates. All new car
riages. 1 elephone communication. myl-H-na
pEPRESENTEU IN PITTSBURO IN 1SC1
ASSETS - . J9JD71.696S3.
Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 84 rourth avenue. 1al-s2-D
WESTERN JNSUBANCE CO.
OF PITf SBURG.
Assets $MS,501 87
NO. 411 WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIM1CK. President.
JOHN B. JACKhON. Vice Resident.
fe22-2H-TT3 WM. P. HERBEltT. Secretary.
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillings from $1 up. AmalgaR, 5Cc;
silver, 75c; white alloy, L
Gold Crowns a specialty,
Ba'j. M. McCLAREN.
Corner Smithfleld and Fourth ivease.
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.
3Jfifth AVENUE 33
SPECIAL BARGAINS ALL OYER
This week we have placed on Gents' counter
a lot of French Balbriggan striped Shirts and
Drawers at 75c each, reduced from 1 25 each.
This is a good bargain.
THE PARASOL BARGAINS
ought most certainly to command your atten
tion. Think of ltl Parasols at $1 and S2 each
that sold at two to three times the price. Also
the Sun and Rain Umbrella barcains 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 donbt, 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 Wh.te Flannel Shirts, Button On and
Blouse Waists, reduced from 2 to (1 50, $2 50
Men's White Flannel Shirts from t2 50 to $2.
This is enough for this time.
HORNE & WARD,
dl FIFTH AVENUE.
On a New Tack.
Look out what you pay
just now. Here's your choice.
Clothing of the buyers
know-not-what make or qual
Clothing of our make, that
we're responsible for.
Inferior clothing shan't
hide behind low prices any
longer. We'll knock that
prop from under it.
There'll be low prices for
you at Wanamakei's, too.
We've said fair prices till
JNow superior as our
are we say, Low
We don't propose to hold
this season's goods for next.
We'll make low prices sell
them. Let the cheap look
All sizes and qualities in
Thin Goods and Serges.
i.ooo styles to make
Sixth street and Penn avenue.
' GRATEFUL COM ORTINU.
By a thorough knowledgeof the natural laws
which govern the operations of digestion and
cately Savored beverage which may save us
many heavy doctors' Mils. Itis by the judicious
use of such articles of diet that a constitution
may be graduallv built ud until Etronz eunuch
to resnt every tendency t disease.
of subtle maladies are floating around us ready
to attack wherever there is a weak point. We
may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping our-
selves well rortlned with pure blood and a proi
;ii rortlned with pure blood and a prop-
eny nounsnea Irame." Civil Service Oazette.
Made simply with boillngwaterormiltc Hold
oniy in nail pound tins by Grocers. labele
MEAT SAFES and
Ko. 3 Reduced from $13 50 to $10 oa
No. 4 Reduced from $15 50 to $1 2 50.
No. s)4 Reduced from $15 75 to $13 oa
No. 4 (Hardwood) Reduced from $16 30
to $13 50.
No. s (Hardwood) Reduced from $18 50
SIDEBOARD and REFRIGERATOR
Reduced from $ 9 70 to $7 5a
Reduced from $14 35 to $12.
(Hardwood) Reduced from S21 90 to S18
Reduced from $29 75 to $25.
Reduced from $35 50 to 3a
Reduced from $45 50 to 40.
Reduced from'$4 75 to $3 75.
Reduced from $5 to $4-
SINGLE MEAT SAFES.
Reduced from $6 35 to $5.
Reduced from $7 39 to $5 75.
DOUBLE MEAT SAFES.
Reduced from $9 40 to $7.
Reduced from $10 90 to $9.
Reduced from $2 35 to $3.
Reduced from $3 25 to $j 5a
Reduced from $4 75 to $3 75.
Reduced from $5 to 4.
Reduced from $6 50 to $5.
WATER COOLERS WITH FILTERS.
Reduced from $6 25 to $5.
Reduced from $6 75 to $5 5a
Reduced from $S 75 to $7.
Reduced from $10 to $8 50.
Reduced from $ti 50 to $ia
KEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,505 and 508 Market st.
JULY REDUCTION SALE
Star Flannel Waists
These are all this season's patterns, and the
best goods made, silk at W 2a. Percale Waists
marked below cost.
Corded Silk Mull Hats
for children, SI SO and $2. This is less than
cost. All very pretty styles.
Children's Plain and Embroidered
.White Dresses, 81.
Ages 4 to 11. The regular price of this lot
was t3 to 510.
Parasols and Sun Umbrellas
Belling at ridiculously low prices. They must go
this week at some Drlce. The reduced ones
start at 97c Don't delay but come at once.
Tennis Goods Marked Way Down.
Blazers $2 So. Bashes SI 60, Belts, silk. 25c and
35c. Caps 45c, Shirts Jl 60, were t2; $2 were
$2 75; finer ones also.
Every Department included in fMg
All our goods we warrant to ce first-class and
perfect in every way.
A, G, CAMPBELL &
710 PENN AVENUE. 710
Between Seventh and Eighth sts.
OF ALL DRUGGISTS.
. HOW MANY
A FEW SHINING EXAMPLES:
i 25 Body Brussels Carpets now 75c a yard.
60c Tapestry Brussels Carpets now 45c a yard.
65c Extra Supers now 50c a yard.
50c Ingrains, large assortment 35c. Short lengths Carpets j off.
75c Lace Curtains now 60c a pait.
$1 50 Lace Curtains now $1 a pair.
$3 Lace Curtains now $2 a pair.
1 Black Surah Silks remarkably cheap.'
3720 all-wool Cashmeres now 25c
40c all-wool Serges now 25c. ,
75c fancy French Suitings now 50c. " . '
100 pieces Dress Fabrics 25 and 370 qualities now 15 and 20c a
yard. i2c Satines for 6(c a yard.
18c Satines for i2c a yard.
75 pieces new Challis and Challis Beiges 6(c
40c Men's Gauze Merino Shirts now 25c.
50c Men's fine French Balbriggan Shirts now 33c
50c Men's Unlaundried Shirts now 35c.
65c Men's Unlaundried Shirts now 50c.
50c Men's all-bilk bcarfs for 25c.
NOTICE Our stores will be closed at's .o'clock p. M. except-Saturdays, from August 1 till
th'cir shopping 'accordingly. , - .triisAsrfjigteffiafiitei.l&u '3d3Mjil&g, v
Trrfnr rXiWfSnitar if iiiiTF I Mill I tfMWHii i n "n m iiilm li li i i i .
B. & B.
Tuesday, Julr 30.
If it were only a question of
making a personal canvass of these
cities and vicinity there is no doubt
a thousand ladies 'could be found
who would take, and very gladly, a
dress pattern of these thousands of
yards of elegant goods going now
at y2 and i original prices. The
"trade," as it is called, has been
pretty generally supplied these
goods are going to those who can
afford to buy extra dresses, if a
bargain, when not just in pressing
need of them, and by others who
know that no better nor more beau
tiful goods will be made, and who
do not care to wait until next sea
son and pay a high price just for
the satisfaction of knowing the goods "have
jnst come out." Then there Is also a goodly
number who need dresses and are fortunate
enough to be so situated that they can take
advantage nt the bargains we are now offering.
So, though several thousand penple are In
the store every day, It takes time for the thou
sand, who are after these great bargains, to
get around but they are coming and the goods
are going. We could not want It more satis,
factory. We have never made such extraor
dinary reductions and we have never seen the
people show greater appreciation.
"Our summer stuff if UST GO." That is the
decree. Ii applies to Silks as well as to Dress
Goods and to Suits. Wraps, Jerseys, vVaists,
etc, etc. This is the Dargaln week.
BOGGS & BUHL,
115,117,119,121 Federal st, Allegheny
Handsome, large, level, shaded lots at
Groveland, fronting Ohio river, accessible
by three lines of railway.
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,
S cent fare on Central Traction road, ad
joining proposed Hereon Hill Park. Lots
30 to 60 feet front jy20-17-D
JAS. MKELL & BRO.,
BOn,EKS, PLATE AND BHEET-IKON
PATENT SHEET IRON ANNEALING
With an increased capacity and hydraulic
machinery we are prepared to furnish all work
in our line cheaper and better than by the old
methods. Repairing and general machine
work. Twenty-nintb. street and Allegheny Val
lev Railroad. ie5-o!rrs
TTN1TED STATES HOTEL-
LI Atlantic Cit
The largest and leading hoteC
H. B. WARDEN. Manaeer.
jel5-34-TTS a H.
THE CHALFONTE. ATLANTIC CITY. N.J
MOVED TO THE BEACH.
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED.
UNSURPASSED OCEAN VIEW.
Bait water baths in the house. Elevator.
apl&fel-D E. ROBERTS 4 SONS.
ATLANTIC CITY, K. 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. Brophv's Orchestra.
Je2j-51 CH ARLES'McGLADE
HOTEL LFAYETTE. CAPE MAY CITY.
N J., open all the year: strictly first-class;
situated directly on the beach, opposite Iron
Pier. VICTOR DENIEZOT, Proprietor.
Rates 82 60 to Si jel-3-TTS
LONGVIEW SCHOOL-FORMERLY HO
TEL Longview will be opened for the
reception of summer boarders by July 1, 18S9.
For circulars and information apply to
REV. JOHN G. MULHOLLAND.
my2-9J-TTSU Longview School, Brookville, Pa.
ASBURY 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 & PARSONS. Jel5-35
CAPE MAY, N. J.
Directly on the beach.
W. W. GREEN.
LONG BRANCH, N. J.,
Henry WALTKB,Prop'r., Jno. B. ScntossER,
Manager, late of Hotel Daquesne, Plttsbnrg.
CRESSON bPRlNGS, PENNA.. MAIN
line Pennsylvania Railroad, on top of
the mountain: house
Now open. All (rains stop it Creston. For
circulars, etc, address
WM. R. DUNHAM. Supt,
mv7-2-D 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.
167 and 169 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY, PA.
.DOLLARS WILL BE SAVED THIS WEEE
THE VERY REMARKABLE BARGAINS'
HAVE BEEN OFFERING
OF THOUSANDS OF EAGER BUYERS.
In order that there shall be no diminution in the amount of busi
ness we have been doing we shall offer for this week, commencing'to-
morrow, the following unparalleled
attend this great sale, promising
Choice of Men's elegant Dress
colors, all sizes from 33 to 42 inches
Not many left, but enough to suit
Choice of 800 Men's summer
all sizes, at 69c only. Remarkable
Choice of i.soo Men's summer
of these only to be ascertained by
Choice of Men's black summer
nificant indeed when value of goods
Choice of 1,000 pairs of Men's
are not good value at $2 they're not
Choice of 120 Blue Flannel Coats, 38 to 44 sizes only, at 08c Ifi
you want a right royal bargain here
Choice of 125 White Vests at
order to close the lot out
Choice of 1,500 Children's
us oniy at uusKy s tnat sucn Dargams are obtainable.
Choice of 225 Wash Kilts at
wonderfully low price? No, nor yet
Choice of 150 Odd Kilt Skirts
bered by the happy purchasers.
Choice of 1,000 Children's Knee Pant Suits at o8c only. Here ill
an opportunity to get suits worth at
Choice of odds and ends in
Si 24, 98c and 74c) at 49c only.
Choice of some 600 Gossamer
Choice of elegant striped Shirts
and ?r 25) at 69c only.
Choice of genuine English Lisle Thread Shirts at 74c oqly.
have sold previously at the bargain price of $1 19.)
Choice of Men's Stiff Derbys
every cent of double the money.
OVER 10,000 OF
ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
HZPrtZD TERM BARGAINS
Although business for the time of year is unusually brisk with us, we knowj
that to keep up trade in theie dull months
tions. Look what our buyers have secured for this week's sales.
JTEESETS BELOW HALF FBICE.
An importer's and manufacturer's
900 pieces in choice colors, blacks and creams ranging from 75c to $2 85, every one!
being worth more than double the price asked. jpB
232 Blouses, consisting of the latest styles and colorings, at nearly half last
month's prices. 'fll
AH Summer Jackets. Wraps, Newmarkets, will be offered this week regardlest
of cost or value.
HOSIERY. 120 dozen imported
60 dozen imported fine Silk Vests, 69c, worth $1 35.
25 dozen Black Silk Hose this week 50c, worth 75a
SOME MILLINERY BARGAINS.
We continue to sell those fine Black Lace Hats, formerly sold at $1 ?o and
$1 7, at 44c ami 48c.
A lot ot broken sizes $1 25 and $t Corsets this week 59c a pair.
AH our Cool Wave Summer Corsets reduced to 50c
A beautiful Satine Corset, colors drab and old gold, 50c, worth $1.
In Parasols, Fans, Muslin Underwear,
New Belts, Chatelaine Bag?. Chemisettes, Lace Collars. Ruchings, Traveling!
cags, at attractive low prices. Assortments in every department still very large.
For bargains in Summer Goods the best place is at
510, 512, 514 MARKET ST.
ONE OR TWO BRIGHT STARS:
37jc Ladies' Chemise and Drawers now 25c
75c Ladies' Cambric Skirts
JtoDes ana Dorset covers. n
$1 50 colored fringed Table Cloths, two yards square, for ft'.
37jc Turkey Red Tablings for 20c a yard.
65c Cream and Bleached Table Linens for 50c.
$1 Kid Gloves, slightly soiled, for 50c a pair.
Si 50 Kid Gloves, colored and black, for j5i a pair.
15c fast black Hose for 10c a pair.
40c fast black Hose for 25c a pair.
Millinery in all its branches J5 off.
4 Parasols now $2. $2 50 Parasols now $1 25.
$2 50 all-Silk Umbrellas.
$2 2c Gloria Silk Umbrellas now Si co.
Ladies' and Children's Summer
Full lines of white and colored
lickings ana aneetmgs at very low
special iive cases new fall styles Prints open to-day.
.wiaii. urucrs receive prompt attention. rv.
the PASTFEW WEEKS
bargains and invite everybody.toj
ALL the grandest bargains of a life
Suits in Cheviots, light and daril
breast measure, for $9 99 only.j
some 200 buyers.
Coats and Vests, in plaids and stripesj
Coats at 14c only. The true worth!
inspecting the goods.
coats at 25c A price very insig
Linen Pants at 98c only,
worth a cent
39c only. This low price is made inl
Sailor Suits, sizes 4 to io, at 49c onlyS
48c Did you ever hear of such.'al
did any one else.
A bargain to be long remem-
least $2 for less than a dollar.
Balbriggan Drawers (reduced from
Shirts (sold usually at 53c) at 24C1
and Drawers (former price $z 131
at 89c, 9SC, Si 39 and $1 49,
300 to 400 3
it is necessary to offer irresistible attracj
stock of sample Jerseys, consisting: of overj
full regular made fancy Hose, 16c a paiM
Swiss Ribbed Underwear, 12c and un.f4
AND 27 FIFTH AVENUE!
now 50c. A like reduction in Night
Suits, Jackets and Wrapl .ater
Quilts, Towels, NapkinsCrasl
Customers will kindlyregalatSj