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THE 'PITTSBURG DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, JULY 81, 1889.
BOTH MEN AND HONEY
Badly Needed to Carry on the Keces
sary Work at Johnstown.
AN APPEAL TO GOVERNOR BEAVER
Hate a Prompt Distribution of the
funds Kow on Hand,
ALARMING IKCEEASE OP DEATH BATE.
Ill of the Important Ertnts in the Selchboring
The meeting of Governor Beaver's Belief
Commission at Johnstown is looked to with
eager expectation. The citizens want an
immediate distribution of money and many
more men put to work. The great strain is
telling on the health of the people.
rEFECIAI. TELEQUAM TO THE DISPATCH. 1
Johnstown, July SO. The leading
question among Johnstown people to-night
is what will the State Flood Belief Com
mission do at its sitting .here to-morrow?
GovernorJJeaver and the other members of
his commission have concluded to sriend a
a day in the town and the residents hero
have been hopeful that they mar tfee the
situation as it really is and determine to
distribute the large fund on hand to those
for whom it was intended. It is the general
opinion of well-informed citizens here to
night that the Governor has been made to
see the need of speedy action, and it is
thought that the whole of the fund in his
hands will be appropriated for immediate
.It is known that the Pittsburg members of
the commission favor this action, and it is
believed that when the others see the situa
tion tbey will fall in line with the same
idea. It the large sum that is still in the
hands cf the commission is appropriated
some more rapid means of getting it in the
hands of the people can easily be devised,
and the whole business can be wound up
inside of a couple of weeks.
ONE OTHEK FEATURE.
Another question to which the people are
giving more thought now than any other
except the distribution of this money, per
haps, is to what extent State or national aid
may be expected in clearing up the rivers.
It has come to be considered a certainty
that the larger part of the town will never
amount to anything if the rivers are .not
cleared out or the banks walled up to pre
vent the annual overflow of water, and the
question of bringing the matter properly
beiore the National Government for aid in
this direction is being carefully considered.
It also hoped that after Governor Beaver
has looked at the town to-morrow that he
will give some indication as to what further
assistance the State will render in cleaning
up. From the fact that the force of work
men was teduced last week, there is a strong
belief that the Governor contemplates
closing up the work by the St3te soon. It
is hoped, however, that when the Governor
sees the actual condition of things he
will decide to clean out the cellars in the
the flooded districts, and if that is to be
properly done, those who are in a position
to know say that a force of 5,000 men should
be put to work at once.
It is very evident that a larger force can
be worked with much less trouble now than
in the early days of the flood. There is
some talk of a meeting of citizens being
held in the morning to present these and
other matters to the commission, but it is
likely everything will be left to the judg
ment of the committees.
FOUND IN THE DEBRIS.
A force of men was at work in the Cone
maugh river back of the company offices to
day and unearthed the tender of a locomo
tive and an iron bridge, nearly all intact,
both of which were covered over with sand
Bev. D. J. Beale, D. D., in replying to
somestnetures made on the methods of
keeping the morgue books, stated that he
has a carefully prepared statement
of every case brought to the morgues, to
gether with notes and other data wnich
would likely give some information to the
friends of the deceased persons. The rec
ords are open for the examination of anv
one interested, and can always be seen at
No. 165 Lincoln street.
There is no disguising the fact that the
great strain upon the people is beginning to
tell, and many whose circumstances permit
have gone away by the advice of their phys
icians for a few weeks' rest. Others are plod
ding along, but the weary look and haggard
face is evidence that they are suffering great
mental torture, which eventually will tell
upon their health, and it is the opinion of
physicians that many of them will break
completely down. The average death rate
has been increasing wonderfully of late.
A LIVELY CONTENTION.
Republicans Endorse tho Administration,
but Straggle Over the Nominations.
rsrrciAi. teleqkam to thb dispatch.i
Huntctgdojt, July 30. The Bepubli
can County Convention held here to-day
contained a full representation, owing to the
bitter contest over the nomination for
Sheriff. It was fiery all through. Thomas
M. Oaks of Huntington, a thrice defeated
candidate, was nominated on the first ballot
for Sheriff over H. C. Bedk, of "Warrior's
Mark, who was supported by the soldier
element. E. O. Heck, ot Cromwell town
ship, was nominated lor Poor Director. O.
B. Crum, of Huntingdon, and James A.
Booher, of Cromwell, were elected delegates
to the State Convention, and instructed lor
H. K. Boyer for State Treasurer and "W. A.
Andrews, of Meadvills, for State Chair
man. The convention adopted resolutions favor
ing the defraying of Government expenses,
pensions to soldiers and other necessarv at-
propriations from a tariff on imports; the re
peal of internal taxation; appropriations
Irons Congress in aid of popular education;
an increase of pensions to extend to a larger
class of persons, and closing with an en
thusiastic endorsement of the present
national and State administrations. Here
alter all primary elections in this county
will be held by ballot. The County Chair
man is to be elected by the nominees.
BI BURNING THE BASTILB
The Prisoners In the Unlontown Jail Hoped
to Secnre Their Liberty.
rSFXCUL TXLXOBAK TO THX BISrjLTCni
Uniontows-, July 3C. A bold attempt
was made last night by the prisoners con
fined at this place to escape by setting fire
to the building, and it was by the merest
chance that the flames were discovered and
extinguished before they were beyond con
trol. The matter was a plot on the part of
a number of prisoners who thought that
Turnkey Marshal Dean would open the
doors when the fire was discovered. The
old county asylum is used as a jail and is
considered very unsafe, and the attempts to
break jail are numerous.
The jail now holds three colored women,
awaiting trial for the murder of James S.
Hebb, ot Brownfield, two weeks ago, and 42
other criminals of lesser importance.
READY FOR THE CONTEST.
t-mall Coke Operators Order That the
Ovens Be All Drawn.
tsrECTAL TXI.XORAM TO TBI DISPATCH.!
Scottdale, July 30. Some of the
smaller coke operators are making prepara
tions for the coming strike by ordering alJ
the coke to be drawn from the ovens to-day
and to-morrow, and giving the men in
structions not to charge them again until
the wage difficulty U settled. Several of-
fers of assistance were received to-3ay. and
from the present outlook the strikers will be
well cared for. One ot the leaders said to
day that he knew a great many of the men
were so fixed financially that they could
stand it for six months.
Destroyed by I.lihtnlng.
nriCIAI. TJCLXOBAU TO THX DISPATCD.l
Greensburo, July 30. The large barn
of Mrs. Mary Fulton, at Hunkers station,
was struck by lightning last night and
totally destroyed. The loss will reach
$2,600, with an insurance of 5400. The
barn was full of hay and grain and several
head of stock were burned.
BAISED A STOBM.
A Set of Resolutions Causes n Howl In a
World'i Fair Meeting In New York
Grover Cleveland on Deck
in tbo Movement.
tSrXCIAI. TELEOHAit TO THX DISPJLTCH.1
New Tore, July 30. The committee
appointed by the Chamber of Commerce
last week to further the "World's Fair pro
ject met to-day. Those present included
President Charles S. Smith, Alex. E. Orr,
President of the Produce Exchange; John
F. Plummer, John H. Inman, Corneli uN.
Bliss, Charles B. Flint, Eugene Kelly, Or
lando B. Potter, Charles M. Fry, J. Ed
ward Simmons, E. H. Ammidown, Clar
ence Bowen, John D. Jones, Jesse Selig
man, John D. Crimmins, Captain Am
brose Snow and W. P. Clyde. In calling
the meeting to order President Smith said
that success in the project was what they
all wanted. The financial question was the
overshadowing one, and before that could
be settled the question of location be at
tended to. He believed that the Mayor
could be depended upon to name the best
men for the committee having these matters
A series of resolutions was presented,
recommending the appointment of a single
committee to which sub-committees should
report and be subordinate, and suggesting
the names of Mayor Grant, Charles S.
Smith, President of the Chamber of Com
merce, Grover Cleveland, General "William
T. Sherman, Alex. E. Orr, President of the
Produce Exchange, and Cornelius N. Bliss,
representing the merchants of New York as
Everyone looked dumbfounded as these
resolutions were read, but Mr. Bowen went
on to explain them, with the desperate
earnestness of a man who knows he has put
his foot in it, and thinks he mav as well
plnnge it in as far as possible w"hile he's
about it. He said:
I have just seen communications from mem
bersofthe Cabinet, from Congressmen and
from Governors of tbo States, which indicate
that there is a very strong feeling, outside of
the State of New York, in favor of having the
iuiuiuuiu ceieurauon as wasnington. Ills,
therefore, imperatively necessary for us who
desire to have the celebration in New York to
strengthen onr claim by taking such steps and
proposing such plans as shall secure the good
will, confidence and sanction of the people and
of the Government of the United States. Any
thing that savors of hasty action or suggests
even remotely tho possibility of making the
celebration subservient to the interests of any
one man or of any one political-faction must
necessarily weaken our claim. We cannot,
therefore, Mr. President and gentlemen of the
committee, too quickly remove all cause of
suspicion, and prove that we are animated by
nurfilv nfttrlntlfi mntlvnfl
purely patriotic motives.
There was an awkward
Mr. Bliss said:
silence, and then
They are not only out of order, bnt very un
wise and discourteous to the Mayor and to the
committees he is to appoint. I certainly will
not allow my name to be used in such a man
ner. I would not accept the position snggested,
for one, under any circumstances whatever,
and I hope the resolutions will be laid on the
To the table they went accordingly with
out a dissenting vote, not even Mr. Bowen
yenturinga "no" in their behalf. Thefollow
ing letter was then read and the meeting
Marion, Mass., July 20, 1S89.
Dear Snt: I have received notice of my se
lection as one of the members of the committee
appointed by the Chamber of Commerce to con
sider the measures to be taken in aid of the
celebration of the four hundredth anniversary
of the discovery of America in the citv or New
York, and also a request to attend a meeting of
such committee at 1 o'clock P. M. to-morrow. I
am sorry that I will not be able to attend the
meeting, but desire to express my complete
sympathy with the movement and the hope
thattbe result may be a celebration in the
great city of New York in an appropriate man
ner of such a stupendous event. I shall be glad
to assist in any possible way.
Yours very truly,
EMIGBATED FROM JOHNSTOWN.
The Pitiful Appearance of a Family Who
Are Now in Cleveland.
Cleveland, July 30, A peculiar con
veyance halted in front of the City Hall
this morning. A woman plainly dressed
and a little girl about 15 years of age were
tugging along at a rickety and dust-covered
hand cart in which were seated two bright
looking children with sunburned faces and
ragged clothes. The woman grasped the
handle of the cart with her left hand, while
her right arm was clasped abont an infant
but a few months old. The outfit presented
a somewhat dilapidated appearance, and
the little party gave evidence of a long and
weary travel. The woman said she had
been directed to the Mayor's office.
Mayor Gardner found places for the chil
dren on his big sofa, and then listened to
the traveler's story. The woman said her
name was Mrs. Mary Johnson and that she
and her children had come all the way from
Johnstown, Pa., with the little handcart on
the sidewalk below. Mostpf the way she
had carried the baby in her arms, drawing
two other children in the big cart by the aid
of the little girl, who was IB years old.
A Fair Trial of Hood's Sarsaparilla will con
vince any reasonable person that It does pos
sess great medicinal merit. For all diseases of
the blood, for dyspepsia, headache and nerv
ousness, for that tired feeling or loss of appe
tite it is reasonably certain to be of positive
WHEN YOU ORDER
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
Attempts are frequertly made to
palm off inferior Waters bearing
labels closely resembling the genuine
Bottles bearing the genuine Apolli
naris labels are frequently filed
with a spurious article.
LOOK AT THE CORK,
-which, if genuine, is branded with'
the name of the Apollinaris Com
pany, Zimited, andthe words "Apol
linaris Brunnen " around an anchor.
He Enti a Dinner nnd Commotes the Sen
tence of a Slnrderer.
Deer Park, Md., July 30. President
Harrison was given an informal dinner to
night by ex-Senator Davis. Covers were
laid for eight persons. The guests were
Cardinal Gibbons, Secretary "Windom, Mr.
Halford, Lieutenant Brown, of the navv;"S.
D. Elkins and Major Nicholas Hill, of
Baltimore. It was the first time the Presi
dent and the Cardinal have met.
The President this evening commuted the
death sentence of Martin, the Arkansas
murderer, whose papers he had under con
sideration this morning.
Increasing nn Examining Board.
Washington. July SO. The Civil Service
Commission has increased the membership of
the local examining board of the Indianapolis
Postofflce from three to five members, and has
appointed an outsider as one of the additional
members. The other additional members will
be appointed from the office force.
Mr. William P. Fishback, of Indianapolis,
has been designated as the outside member of
Bis Cot In Rates to Denver
Via Union Pacific Bailroad. Commencing
Thursday, August 1, all ticket agents will
sell first and second class tickets over the
Union Pacific Bailroad, via Council Bluffs
and Omaha or Kansas City, at a reduction of
over fi to Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo
and other points in Colorado; Cheyenne,
Bawlins and Laramie, "Wyo. T.; Ogden and
Salt Lake City, Utah, and to Hailey,
Idaho. Four daily trains to Denver via
Union Pacific. For rates of fare, maps and
full particulars call on or address H. E.
Passavant or Thomas S. Speer, T., F. and P.
Agents, 400 "Wood st, Pittsburg, Pa.
Table Linen nnd Nnfcklm and Towels.
The best linens made are here, and this
week the lowest prices also.
Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Marvin's the Best.
Marvin's extra soda crackers and royal
fruit biscuit cannot be beaten. They are
unsurpassed. Get them from your grocer.
Men's Mnen Night Shirts
For hot weather wear in men's department.
Jos. Horse & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Marriage License Granted Yesterday.
J William Frceboronsh Woodland
Vanelia 11. HennlnR Homestead
C Patrick Cunnar Pittsburg
Patrick Cnnnar IMttsbore
Alary McDonough Pittsburg
Walter Harris ..Pittsburg
Hattie Owens Flttctraric
5 W alter Harris ..Pittsburg
Hattie Owens Plttcbnric
I John Hesscher, Jr Allegheny
c lizzie sanuer ............Aueguen;
J George Pucbtler PIttsburi
Lizzie Sander Allegheny
orge Pucntler PIttsbur
ggleLndwlg Mlllvale borongl
(Maggie i.uawig jumvaie Dorongu
j Paul Zcllnskl Plttsbdrg
I Catharine Knlyka Pittsburg
5 Philip Doll Pittsburg
Marie Randall Pittsburg
tPeterbchaff. ; Pittsburg
(Anna Stoehr Pittsburg
BASSETT On Monday, Jnly 29. at 8-45 A. X.,
Howard, son of Thomas 8. and Ella S. Bassett,
aged 5 months and 25 day:.
Funeral Wednesday at 10 A. m. from
parents' residence, West End avenue, Alle
gheny. Interment private. 2
BAYER On Tuesday, July SO, at 3 P. M at
his residence. No. 18 Diamond, Bouthslde.
Funeral on TntTRSDAY at 2 P. M. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to attend
the funeral. 2
BOHLt At S231 Penn avenue, on Tuesday,
July SO, 1SS9, at 12.30 A. jr.. Amelia, daughter
of Frank and Teressa BoW, aged 2 years 8
months and 11 days.
Funeral from St Augustine's Church, Butler
street, on Thursday, August 1, at 9 o'clock
A M. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend.
CRAWFORD-In Rome, Italy, June 30. 18S9,
Margaret Henry Crawford.
Funeral services at family residence In Kit
tanning at i o'clock p. k. Thursday, Au
gust 1. 2
DICKINSON-On Tuesday, July 30. 18S9, at
the residence of her parents, 139 Rebecca
street, Allegheny, Edna, youngest child of
Minnie and. William Dickinson, aged 2 years
and 2 months.
Funeral from the residence of the irrandnar-
ents, 90 Madison avenue, Allegheny, Thurs
day afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend.
GARDNER On Tuesday. July SO, 1889, at 4
A. M.. at his residence. Union alley, Pitts
burg, Robert Gardner, In the 40th year of
bis age. .
Funeral services at 8 o'clock on Wednesday
afternoon. Interment private.
LYoungstown papers please copy.
LUEBBE On Monday. July 29, 1889, at 1135
p. jr., Emilie Wilhelmie. daughter of Caro
line and the late Henry Luebbe. Horn January
22. 1879; died July 29, 18S9. ""
Funeral from the residence other mother, 29
Bluff street, between Magee and Stevenson,
on Wednesday at 2 p. jr. Friends of the
family are respectfully Invited to attend.
PIPER On Monday evening, Jnly 29, 18S9 at
9.15 p. H., Emma L. A-Hueqli. wife of Qustav
A. Piper, aeed 26 years, 1 mouth, 25 days.
Funeral from her late residence, Ben Venue,
on THURSDAY, August L at 2 r. M. 2
SEXTON-On Tuesday, July 80, 1889. at 4:30
p. m., Mrs. Catherine Sexton, aged 82 years.
Funeral from her late residence, corner
Webster avenue and High street, on THUits
day morning at 830o'clock. Friends of the
family are respectfully Invited to attend.
SIMON-On July 30 at 3.30 p. it., William.
son of Joseph and Mary Simon, at their resH
dence. No. 1801 Main street, Sharpsburc aeed
21 years 6 months 15 days. b b
Funeral services on Thursday at 9 a. jl
Friends of the family are respectfully Invited
8PR0UL Suddenly, on Monday Jnlv ffl
1889, WELSH Sprout., m the Wth year of bis
Funeral from his late residence, No. 23 Thir
teenth street, Pittsburg, at 2 o'clock p. m.
TAYXOR-On Tuesday, July 30, I3S9, at 8 JO
AM., Herbert Lee Taylor, son of the late
William and Rachel B. Taylor.
Funeral services will be held at Sampson's
chapsL Sixth avenue, on Wednesday. July
" ?-. H.ABY' beloved wife of Joseph
WoodalL at her residence, Benvenue place.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold fc Co LIm..l
UNDERTAKER AND EMBAJLMER.
umce ana residence, 1184 Fenn avenue. Tele
phone connection. mylO-GOotWFSu
JAMES M. FULLERTON,
UNDERTAKER AJfD EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Street.
Vy'H. DEVOBE 4 SOU,
Undertakers and Embalmers and Mvery Stable
No. 511 Ornt street, near Firth avenue?
ivT i. i3 v ACJUHunme puces.
cicyuuub ijs mm
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND SMHAX
A. M. cC J. B. MURDOCH,
-1 ( SMITHFIELD ST.
OIV Telephone 423. , de6-tt-srwr
ROSES, WATER LILIES.
FLOWERS AND FLORAL WORK A GREAT
At low prices during summer.
& A. MURDOCH,
60S 8snTHFIBI.D ST.
-pEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN lSd
assets . . 9m,s96n.
Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM h
JONES. 84 1 ourth avenue. 1a2042-o
HE AMERICAN FIRE
Total Assets, January 1, 1887 $2,301,858 68
EDTVAMBS C KENtfEY, Ag'ta,
OO FOURTH AVE., Pittsbure, T.
TeleDhone 7fi0. jal&W-w
DAINTY STICK PINS
We havo the greatest variety In the city of
this popular style of Pins. They are very
pretty and inexpensive. Come and see them,
at our NEW JEWELRY BTOBE,
37 FIFTH AVENUE.
WATTLES & SHEAFER,
We will close our store at 5 p. K.. except
Saturdays, until September i. Jy24-MWT
Beliable bed at a
. Three sizes:
10 per cent
Canvas Cola at $1 25.
Factory prices on large quantities.
P. C. Sclioeneck,
7U LIBERTY ST.
WITH A VENGEANCE.-
98 yards Debeige, 6c
These are goods retailed usually at 15c.
596 dozen Jerseys.
37c, 50c and 62c.
All black, smocked and plain. The best offer
896 pr. Lace Curtains,
75c, $1 and $1 25.
All Satines, Lawns and Summer
Goods must go, of this Bankrupt
T, U. LATIMER,
138 Federal St, Allegheny, Pa.
FAHCY WORK IN SUMMER,
STAMPED LINEN GOODS.
Sideboard and Tlrpsspi. Rnivfa liy anrl 9 vnrAa
lone. In Momie, German and Irish linen, plain
or stamped with the newest conventional de
sifrns. Hemstitched Table Runners stamped
all over, 2)4 yards long. Fringed and hem
stitched Trays, Carvers. Table Centers and
Lunch Cloths, plain or stamped. Corn, Biscuit
and Esc Napkins, Small d'Ovlles. Bolten Sheet
ing Splashers, Scarfs, Cnsbion and Table Cov
". stamped and tinted, to be worked In rope
silk or Bargarran art thread.
MATERIALS BY THE YARD.
A large line of Crashes. German Linens.
Linen Damask for cut-out work, fine Sheer
J-..UCUO, ijuucyo jjinon, unen uamDncs, Mo
rale Linen. Canvas of all kinds, Ru Canvas for
making Handbags, with leather handles for
finishing. Congress "Cloth, more generally
?n?w!La8 sortm. In a great variety of -qualities,
In 18.57, 38, 40 and 72-Inch widths, in white and
Silk Bolting Cloth, 20 inches wide, 90c a yard,
in cream white, also IS inches wide In pink, sky
uu nunc, Ci.
Cotton Bolton Sheeting, 72 inches wide, in
white. Brown, cadet blue, bronze, garnet and
Pongee and India Silks, plain colors, all
shades. Figured Silks for sash curtains, scarfs
and draperies. Finest shades In Plushes. If
you wish to have the materials you buy
stamped, we have a very large line of the
VERY NEWEST DESIGNS FOR
For the latest styles of embroidery for solid or
FOR EMBROIDERY WORK.
French Embroidery, Cotton D. M. C. Em
broidery, Linen Floss, white, cream and all
shades. Rope Linen or Bargarran Art Thread
for the heavier styles of embroidery. Fine
Lace Embroidery Thread from Noa. 100 to
LU0O. Ordinary Embroidery Silks, Wash Em
broidery Silk from etching to the heaviest
rope. Damascus Embroidery Silk, genuine
Eastern dyes, absolutely fast colors the most
delicate tints. Syrian Embroidery Silk In
white and cream.
Knitting Silks, Pure Silks, all the finest
grades of Knitting Wools, such as Ice Wool.
Shetland Wool and Floss, Saxony Yams, 2-3-4
thread, in black and all tints of white and all
colors made in 3-thread. Germantown Zephyrs,
4 and 8 fold. Best German Zephyr, all shades.
A good German 4 and 2 fold Zephyr. 5 packages
of 2 oz. each and full weight, for SI, In black,
cream and white.
Tassels, Cords, Ornaments, Gold and Silver
Bullion, Fringes, Steel. Gold and Fancy Beads,
etc Small Hand Baskets, Knitting and Work
Baskets, and many other Items not named here.
Orders by mail best attention.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH jL VENUE.
TO EUROPE WE SELL TICKETS FOR
the leading lines, secure berths and pass
ports. Issue drafts, letters of credit and money
?rdS!?v.at,l 8e!1 foreign, coin at N. Y. rates.
MAX SCHAMBERG & CO- 57 Smlthfield St.,
Pittsburg. - Jy4-wsu
WHAT'S THE BATTER
They are not selling quite so fast
as -we expected, so here goes for a
out in prices that will surely make
them go. To-day we reduce the
price of every Trunk in the store.
Reduced from 82 to 81 68.
Reduced from 83 to 82 48.
Reduced from 81 75 to 81 35.
Reduced from 83 to 82 25.
Reduced from 84 to 83 60.
Reduced from 88 75 to 87 20.
Reduced from 810 50 to 88 50.
LINEN LINED TRUNKS
Reduced from 88 to 86 50.
Reduced from 89 to 87 20.
Reduced from 810 to 88.
Reduced from 811 20 to 89.
Reduced from 812 75 to 810 35.
Reduced from 88 to 86 60.
Reduced from 88 60 to 87.
Reduced from 813 50 to 810 80.
Reduced from 821 to 816 80.
Reduced from 822 to 818.
Reduced from 823 50 to 818.
ALSO A FULL LINE OF
ALL AT REDUCED PRICES.
Fleishman & Co.'s
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504, 506 and 508 Market st.
LADIES' BLAZERS, 83 60 and 84.
In order to make room for our new fall styles
in Stiff Hats, which are now coming in, we
have REDUCED our fine line of Outing
Goods, as follow:
Men's and Boys' Flannel Blazers reduced to
$2 60 and 83.
Flannel Shirts reduced to SI and SI 60.
Silk Shirts reduced tn S3 and 83 50.
Jersey Shirts reduced to 84.
Straw Hats reduced to one-half price,
(Giving a good Straw Hat for 23c)
Light colored Derbvs reduced to one-half
price. (Giving a good Derby for SL)
Silk Belts reduced to 60c
English Caps reduced to 50c
Notice our window display.
441 WOOD STREET.
Five Doors below Fifth avenue.
N. B. We are daily filling Mail Orders
Promptly to all parts of the U. S. jy31-srw
I Mill 1 liKMrll
ilMlM lfl 1 r L
A PEW SHINING EXAMPLES:
gi 35 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.
75c Lace Curtains now 60c a pah.
$1 50 Lace Curtains now 1 a pair.
3 Lace Curtains now $2 a pair.
J5i Black Surah Silks remarkably cheap.
37c 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
.yard. i2c Satines for 6c a yard.
18c Satines for i2jc a yard.
75 pieces new Challis and Challis Beiges 6c
40c Men's Gauze Merino Shirts now 25a
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 au-siiK-scarfs for 25c.
NOTICE Our stores will be closed at 5 o'clock p. m. except Saturdays,
their shopping accordingly. f " -c.lf .., - "
Will You Bui
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 out the prices so as to
leave . no doubt as to the genuine
ness of our bargains. Quality as
good as ever, but prices 25 per
cent to 50 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 75, 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
STRASSBURGER & JOSEPH,
Tailors, Clothiers ana Hatters,
161, 163 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, cheerfnl and convenient homes. Large
lots on Benton avenue, Allegheny, at low
prices and on long time.
Choice home locations 12 minutes' ride,
5 cent fare on Central Traction road, ad
joining proposed Herron Hill Park. Lots
30 to 60 feet front. Jy20-17-D
720 Penn avenue,
submit a brief
report of a lew
from their many
patients for the
of persons simi
J f , . ft
Mrs. W. stated she had been nrononnced 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, net 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; cained flvo
pounds during first month's treatment. Old
eentleman with varicose veins and ulcers on
right leg cured without an operation.
Consultation free. Office hours 10 to 1120
A. M., 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 P. it. jy!7
ANCHOR REMEDY COMP'NY,
Why do you pay SI 00 per bottle
for Sarsanarilla and Rpnr Winn and
Iron when you can buy either pre
paration from ns at 75c uer bottle.
six bottles Si 00, and quality guar
anteed to be the best in the mar
ket We have numerous testimo
nials from nhvsicians and others
indorsing our Liver Pills as a mild and effective
cathartic They are unsurpassed. After giv
ing them a trial you will use no others. Price
25c For spraln, bruises and all rheumatic
pains, nse the Anchor Liniment. It has no
eoual. Come and see us IX you are In any way
afflicted. - hws
mHE BELLE OF THE 8EAS0N WAS THE
I young lady who wisely called upon Miss
Landers before going to the seashore and pro
vided herself with those beautiful, all natural
hair bangs and curls. Latest stvles. La Tosca,
Hading, Little Paris and otherV Be sure and
call on MISS MARIE LANDERS, Hngus &
Hacke building, upstairs. Take SperbePs ele
W kr. Q
167 and 169 FEDERAL STREET! ALLEGHENY, PA.
DOLLARS WILL BE SAVED THIS WEEK?
Short lengths Carpets off.
15 and 20c a
BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
406 and 408 Wood Street.
Immense Bargains in Eyery Department.
Many goods at from one-third to one-half be
low prices prevailing early In the season; all
new and desirable, which manufacturers and
Importers have offered ns at such reductions as
were Irresistible, and our prices will, we be
lieve, have the same effect on oar natrons.
READ THE LIST.
Croquet sets, varnished, worth $123, 73c
Hammocks, warranted to hold 800 lbs., enly
Largest size Mexican hammocks, only Si 25,
Square brass bird cages, only 75c, 89c, SI.
Gents' rubber cloth bags, only 60c
Gents' club and Gladstone bags, 75c to $4.
Traveling baskets and lunch baskets, 15c to
Silk plash album, worth SI, only 59c
Silk plush album, worth Si, only SI 29.
White comb, brush and mirror. In plash box,
Silk plush cabinet frames, 25c
Elegant pictures, size 22x24. oak frames, $2.
Black walnut tables, only SL
Arch top American plate mirrors, 10c to SL
Plain tumblers, only 2c each.
English decorated 56-piece tea set, only 82 E9.
lOS-piece decorated dinner set, only S3 60.
COLLS! DOLLS I DOLLS!
The Lowest Prices Ever Offered.
Jointed doll, bisque head, flowing hair, sold
everywhere at 75c, only 25c,
Kid body doll, bisque head, flowing hair, sold
everywhere at 50c, only 31c
China limb, 16 inches long, only 10c
Vases, thousands of vases, all styles and de
signs, from 5c to $2 50.
Beautiful bronzo lava statues, 81.
Everything you want In tinware, glassware,
crockery ware, silver plated ware, etc
New goods on our 5c and 10c counters.
H. G. HAYDEN &, CO.
pjCNCAi a WHITE,
ti jjiamona street.
Second door above Smlthfield,
They Ki Increasing.
Having become convinced that toe mean what we say;
that we are actually selling out to quit business, and at prices
away down, the buyers are daily increasing. If you want
anything in our line call soon and we are sure you will not go
away without buying. We have everything in the line of
Lamps, Olass, CJiina and Queensware, Gas Fixtures,
Bronzes, Clocks, etc. Articles for use and ornament. Wed
ding and Anniversary Presents. Our goods are all new,
fresh and of the latest styles, and in variety and quality can
not be surpassed. "All must go, and that at quickly as possi
ble, to settle up the estate of J. P. Smith, deceased.
The J, P.Smith Lampi Glass andChina Co
935 Penn Ave., Between Ninth and Tenth Sis.
.noiwunsianaing me iaci tnat we yet nave about two months of hot weather we hava
made a bonafide redaction of 20 per cent on every Eefrigerator and Baby Carriage in tS
bouse. Eemember these goods must be cleared off, as onr fall stock is constantly arriving
and we must have the room they occupy. Now, even if you do not actually need either
of these articles, take advantage of the bargain we offer, for who knows but that it may
come in bandy early neit summer. And now a few words in regard to our stock of
' FALL GOODS.
Carpets and Curtains, ail the newest and
Tapestry Brussels, Ingrain and Cotton Carpets, and we are going to surprise some peopla
by showing the most complete line, and really the lowest prices in the city. 'W
Lace Curtains and Portieres from $1 to
siock. bo yon may depend on a choice selection.
Bedroom, Dining Boom, Kitchen and
4tlA vetyrr 1afa4 Aamirrnm
OUR PARLOR ROOM
uas again resumed its old look, and Is now
suits and frames than ever. Bemember when yon buy these goods we guarantee then
perfect, as we make them ourselves and know what thev are. Yon can bnv frnmil
CASH OR CREDIT,
And we are noted for our VEKT EASS1 TEEMS.
HOPPER BROS, & CO,,
OPEN SATUBDAY EVENING UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK.
ONE OR TWO BRIGHT STARS:
37jc Ladies' Chemise and Drawers now 25c.
75c Ladies' Cambric Skirt3
xuues ana corset covers.
$1 50 colored fringed Table Cloths, two yards square, for $1.
37c Turkey Red Tablings for 20c a yard.
65c Cream and Bleached Table Linens for 50a
?i-r.ia uioves, silently soiled, for
$1 50 Kid Gloves, colored and black, for $1 a pair.
15c fast black Hose for 10c a pair.
40c fast black Hose for 25c a pair.
Millinerv in nil 5rs hranrnp lA riff
$4. Parasols now $2. $2 50 Parasols now Si a?l ii
$2 50 all-Silk Umbrellas.
$2 25 Gloria Silk Umbrellas now
Ladies' and Children's Summer
Full lines of white and colored
Special Five cases new fall styles
Mail orders receive nromnt attention.
from August 1 till September 1.
B. & B.
Wednesday, July SiX
THE END O'lT.
Now for the wind up, the Ging?
nam and Satine Suits and the hne
white embroidered India Lawn
Suits and Wrappers.
Read of these reductions. Ifj
they don't sound big for a summer,
"mark down." Remember we give
you the exact price at which they!
soid and tnat price was 25 to 50
per cent lower than you could have fouaA
elsewhere. Our "original" prices were tfca
lowest and the mark-down prices cannot W
The $10, S15 and 820 Gingham Suits
are now J5. v
The $25 ones are now 810.
The S10, S13 60 and S15 Satine Suit
are now 80.
The 820 ones are now 810.
White Embroidered Lawn Suits:
were J4, S3, S3 60 and 810,
are now 82, S3 50, 83 and 86 60.
White Embroidered India Lawn Wrappers;
were ss 00, la, eo, WJ eo and ss 50,
are now Si 60, S3 60, and 85.
Mournings in a nice assortment of' these.
riot many, remember, uome while they lastt
B0GGS & BUHL,i
115,117,119,121 Federal st, Allegheny
A E. LINKENHEUIER,
515 Smlthfield street. Plttsbnrg, Pa. FrelhelU
r reuna .Building, second floor. mljWJO-lIWT.S:
best designs in Velvets. Moquettes. Body and
$10 per pair. "We now have about 3,000 pairjj
Office Furniture, all grades, all woods and ni
complete, we are showing a finer line!
now 50c. A like reduction.in Night
?oc a Dair.
Suits, Jackets and Wraps at
Quilts, Towels, Napkins, Cral
Prints open to-day.