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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, TUESDAY, AUGUST 13 188a
AFTER MANY WEEKS
The Body of One of the Victims of
the Day Express Identified.
STREET CARS ARE TO GO AGAIN.
Mysterious Escape of a Prisoner From the
Sew Castle JalL
ALL THE MEWS FBOM A'EAEBI TOWNS
rsrzcuiTXLxaiLuc to rcnspisrxTcn.l
Johnstows, August 12. The body of
Mrs. J. A. Banner, wife of Eev. J. A.
Banner, of Kal&maioo, Mich., was lifted
from the Prospect burring ground to-day
and shipped to her former home. She was
lost on the day express and the lady was
recovered and buried among the unknown
on June 13. A watch and other ralnables
which were preserved led to the identifica
tion. Another body, that of -a woman, was
recovered to-day. People were reminded
very much of the first days of the flood by
seeing wagon loads of coffins hauled through
the street. Those remaining at the Millville
Morgue were being removed to the other end
While the people of Johnstown will mourn
tho death of Judge Cummin, the distribution
of the relief, fund will not be interrupted by his
demise. Arrangements had been made last
week to entirely relieve him from any of the
worry of the work, when it was thought he
would recover, and it was believed he would
require absolute rest for some time. There
was but little done to-day, as few people came
after their money.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors of the
street railway to-day it was decided to apply
for the ricbt to Issue bonds for 50,000, and
steps were taken to pat part of the line in con
dition for operation at once. Hen are at work
on the track, aud a number of new cars bave
been ordered. Mr. V. 8. Donaldson, Superin
tendent of the lelephone company, was also In
the city to-day, and states that be expects to
have the system in operation within ten days.
Toe announcement is greeted with pleasure,
and Mr. Donaldson also says that very liberal
terms will be made with subscribers who sus
tained losses by the flood. ,
On Saturday, June 1, the Democratic pri
maries were to be held throughout Cambria
county to nominate a county ticket. The news
of the ereat disaster spread, and elections were
brld in only a fowdlstricts. To-day the County
Committee met and fixed Saturdav. Ancnat 24
as the day upon which to complete the nominations.
A BOX OP BAD MONEY
Found In Tearing Away an Old Bolldluff nt
isrxciAt. TtLianjua to the DisriTcn.l
McKEESroRT, August 12. To-day while
workmen were engaged at tearing out joists
near the roof in an old brick building on Fifth
avenue, preparatory to remodeling it,tbey came
across a box of counterfeit silver money in
quarters and half dollars. The coins are all
dated 1804, at; which time a band of coiners was
supposed to be manufacturing the article in
this vicinity, and was stored away back behind
the end of the joists and plastering.
The coins are retained by many as relics. In
the year In question efforts were made to run
the gang down, but proved a failure. But they
were never beard of. in this vicinity afterward.
Whjth thebalr is thin andgraV Parker's Hair
Balsam renews the growth and color.
Parker's Ginger Tonio the best cough cure.
1828 Imperial Oporto Port, full quarts. 00
1869 Mackenzie Port, full quarts 2 60
Pine Old White Port, full quarts 2 00
London Dock Port, full quarts 2 00
Burgundy Port, full quarts 160
Pine Old Spanish Port, full quarts.... 1 00
For sale by O. "W. Schmidt, 93 and 97
A GLASS WORKS RESUMES.
The Difficulties With tbejEmpIoves Are Snt
rSriCIAL TELXGBAXTcj TDX DISPATCH.
New Castle, August hi It Is now defln
nltely settled that the Union Glass Works will
run during the next fire. lAn arrangement was
entered into between the'men aud the proprie
tors by which all differences have been settled
The style of the new firm will be "The Law
rence Glass Works Company," and the mem
bers are Messrs. William Beoker, William Nor
ris and sen and John W. Knox, all New Castle
capitalists. Nearlr all the former employes
have been engaged by the new firm.
A Bis; Sale of Ore Lands.
rSrVCIAI. TELXORAM TO TJII DtSrATCTT.l
' YodnqstOWN, August 12.1-The Iron River,
Youugstown and Florence ore mines, on the
Menominee range in the Lake Superior dis
trict, owned by capitalists and iron manufac
turers here, were sold to-day for $1,000,000 to
Frederick Scbleslnger, of Milwaukee, repre
senting a syndicate of New York capitalists
already interested in that region.
Excursion Yin the B. & O. B. K. to Atlantic
Thursday, Aug. 15. Bate, 10 for the round
trip, tickets good for 10 days, good to stop
at Washington City returning. Trains will
leave depot at 8 A. M. and 920 p. m.
Secnre your parlor and sleeping car accom
modations at once.
Just for a Boomer,
We will offer for to-day's sale only-630
men's fineoassimere suits at the low price of
$8 40, regularly sold for S17$18 and 520.
Remember this offer for to-day only, and
?8 40 is the price. P. O. O. C, cor. Grant
and Diamond sts., opp. the new Court House.
IT LEADS THEM ALL
SOMETHING OF A PAETI.
A POLITICAL FLAN.
There Is a Fresh Candidate In the Field for
tErECIAL TXLXOBASI TO THX OISrATCIM
YouwGSTOWir, August 12. A well-known
member of the Executive Committee which
managed the Democratic campaign of two
years ago was in the city to-day upon a very
important mission. Every endeavor was made
to keep his visit a secret, but it was learned
that he was here carrying out bis part of a plan
to secure the Democratic nomination for Gov
ernor for Hon. Frank Hurd. of Toledo, the
well-known advocate of revenue reform. The
parties behind the movement are the hearty
supporters of the late administration who did
not view with favor. Congressman Camp
bell's conservative course upon the Mills bill
and during the last campaign. Mr. Campbell
has so far had the lead among the party work
ers, and it became necessary to concentrate the
strength of the opposition if be is to be beaten.
Mr. Hurd baa been selected as the most availa
ble man. because of his national reputation,
and, while he is not a party to the scheme, it Is
understood that he will accept the nomination
It Is stated that Mr. Thurman and others of
the party leaders have expressed themselves
favorably upon the plan, and that a largo num
ber of delegates are already pledged to support
the Hurd boom at the proper moment. The
State Convention meets on August 27, and
Shrewd workers are now vlsitinr th deleft.
In the different counties and sounding their
A MYSTERIOUS ESCAPE.
The Sadden Disappearance of a Prisoner
Without Iirarhs a Clue.
SirEClAt.Tn.EOA-I.THX CISrATCH.I ,
NewCastix, August lZArBtrange'jill de
livery took place from the Lawrence county
jail in this city this morning. About 10 o'clock
blieriH Bell conducted two strangers through
the jail to see the structure. He did not no
tice anything wrong. At noon, when he
handed in the dinner to the prisoners, he was
informed that Sam Huston, a prisoner, was
missing. A search failed to reveal his where
abouts, and notwithstanding the fact that
there were eight other prisoners in the jail at
the time, not one of them has any knowledge
as to the means of escape.
Everything remained the same as when the
Sheriff left the jail at 10 o'clock, and Huston's
disappearance is as complete as if the earth
had onened and swallowed him. nnfitn v?.
brought to this city from Beaver Falls during
the month of July. He is charged with rob-
u'"B luu nameu wross. Alls home is at
A POSTAL BOYCOTT.
One of Wnnnmnkcm Appointees Not Satis
factory to the Republicans.
rSrXCIAI. TELEG BAM TO TUX DISPATCIM
Heading, Pa, August 12, Recently Post
master General Wanamakerappolnted Thomas
N. Fretr,a son of Dr. A. N. Fretz, a f ormer
Democratic candidate for Congress, postmaster
at Fleetwood, this county. The Republicans
were incensed. The explanation was given that
Wanamaker appointed Frets, who is a Presby
terian theological student, because he needed
the salary of 8700 a year to help him into the
The Republicans of Fleetwood have placed a
complete boycott on the office. They are hav
ing all their mail sent to Blandon, three miles
away, which has a Republican postmaster, and
from where it la riii.er..i , :., .',.
The receipts of the Fleetwood office have fallen
off, and it Is believed that hereafter they will
not amount to J250 per year.
Ex-President Cleveland and Friends Are
Enjoying; a New England Oatlng.
South FKAMiNanAM, August 12. Ex-Pres
ident Grorer Cleveland, accompanied by his
popular wife, passed through here to-day upon
a pleasure trip. In the party besides Mr. and
Mrs. Cleveland were Mr. Richard Watson
Gilder, editor of Century, and wife; Joseph Jef
ferson, the veteran actor; President Choate, of
the Old Colony Railroad, who tendered the
party a special train, andMiss Ruth Burnett,
sister of ex-CongressmanTBumett. Southboro
was reached about 4 o'clock.
While there tho ex-President and wife will
be the guests of Hon. Edward Burnett at Deer
Foot farm. Editor Gilder and wife will stop
wiw .rresiaent unoaie aiunesmui Jim larm.
while Jefferson will be the guest of Dr. Joseph
Burnett. To-morrow, it is expected, the party
will visit the extensive shoe factories at Marl
LOCAL ITEMS, LIMITED.
Incidents of a Day la Two Cities Condensed
for Bendy' Reading.
All members entitled to transportation to
Gettysburg to take part in the ceremonies on
Pennsylvania Day, September 11 aud 12, will
call for blank applications for transportation
on W. J. Patterson, at the office of the German
American Insurance Company, No. Ill Fourth
avenue, or on Charles Beibcrt, at Germanla
Savings Bank, corner of Wood and Diamond
streets, city, as soon as passible.
In Ross township, flvo rnlles out the Perrys-
vtlle road, operations in 'gas and oil develop
ments are very active at! present, and rigs are
adding much to the architectural appearance
of the section. The mala seat of the present
development is back of Bellevne.
Alice Todd, a pretty yonng girl of RIchhill
township, Greene county, was taken to Dix
mont yesterday from the Greene County Home.
The young girl lived with her grandmother,
and became insane three weeks ago.
A team belonging to Feter Harrington, a
contractor of the West End, ran away on Main
street yesterday. Turning a corner, the wagon
collided with a telegraph pole and was badly
damaged. The driver escaped.
Secbetaey "William Calhoun, of the
Philadelphia Asphalt Block Company, will su
perintend the larin? of his navement on Fed
eral street. He expects the test to be finished
in a week.
Aoekt Dean and Mrs. Short sued Robert
Short yesterday on different charges. Agent
Dean alleges lie treats bis chUdrea..craelly
and the wife :laiss-b threatened tb kUVLnf
Two freight trains collided in the Leechbnrg
tunnel, on the West Perm road, yesterday.
The tracks were blockaded for a few hours. A
broken rail was the cause.
Both Gotfleld Kreltzer and Fred Carter,
who work at the Black Diamond Steel Works,
were struck in the faces by pieces of steel yes
terday and Injured.
Mayor Peaeson sent John Eckert, of Troy
H11L to tho workhouse for SO days for abusing
his wife. The wife fainted at the hearing in
the Mayor's office.
The railroad coal operators have not yet
been notified that the local freight agents will
confer with them about a reduction of the
Peter Lackey, a young workman, fell from
the topfof a new building at Jones & Laugh
Una' mill, yesterday, aud is not expected to live.
The new boat Nellie Hndson No. 2, to ply on
the Allegheny between the city and Brady's
Bend, will be launched in two weeks.
A petition was filed yesterday for a charter
for the Armstrong Bros. & Co.'a Employes
Frank Peecy was struck by a freight en-"'
gino at cnartiers ana has since died from bit
HIS BIG JOB.
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
(James MeCale Plttebnrg
1 alary Coyne. Pittsburg
t Joseph Kfttcllff. Allegheny
Teresa Curry. Allegheny
Peter Brandel Pittsburg
Mary Fleck Pittsburg
(Johanna Larkln Pittsburg
( Ilugh Owens Allegheny
I Alice Campbell Allegheny
I Michael nonmet. Pittsburg
I Victoria Lulecka -Pittsburg
(Robert Bell McKeespnrt
(Ann Elizabeth lteam McKeesport
(Adam Backl Pittsburg
I Kosellng Scbois Pittsburg
J JohnClvetaz Shaler township
J Barbara Bsrbolic Shaler township
(Patrick Joyce Pittsburg
Kate Boyle Plttsbnrg
(James Livingstone Pittsburg
I Mary E. McKlnney Pittsburg
(James E. Bomack Chartlcrs
J Mary &. Jacobs Chartlers
(Henry Sexaner. Lower St. Clair township
(Louisa Lay Lower St. Clair township
( John Dempsey Allegheny
Nellie Brennan Allegheny
J John G. C. Schubert Allegheny
Catherine J. Clark Boblnson township
VeleseaC. Jlornberger Pittsburg
A LOVER'S ABSENCE
The Cause of a Pretty Young Woman Be
coming n Ravine Maniac.
icrxctAL TxxxauAU to tob dispatch, j
Reading, August 12. Miss Lizzie Speyerer.
aged 25, a pretty young woman, and Reading's
fashionable dressmaker, was taken to the Har
risburg Insane Asylum to-day. She employed
a number of young ladies, and did work for all
the high society women of Reading. Imagin
ing that the young man who has been paying
her addresses had been killed, because be was
out of the city, she has become a raving
maniac. She cnt off her fine, thick, brown hair
which was 35 inches long, close to her head, and
cut a dozen of her finest dresses into shreds.
febe was placed in a hospital here, but es
caped, and as for some time on the mount
ains. When captured, her feet were fearfully
lacerated add nearly all her clothing torn from
her body. Everybody in Reading to-day pities
poor Lizzie Speyerer.
Congressman Craig is Trying to Distribute
His Official Pop.
Congressman S. A. Craig, of Brookville,
is making a tour through his district trying
to distribute the patronage to which he is
entitled. He tiaid his respects to Collector
of Internal Revenue "Warmcastle yesterday
to see what revenue officers are needed in
The captain is newly elected but is as
wary as an old war horse. He was found at
the Seventh Avenue last night with James
S. McKean and Sam Warmcastle. He de
clined to savmuch on the Gubernatorial
outlook, dismissing tho subject by stating
that both Dclamater and Montooth have
warm personal friends in his district He
thinks George A. Jenks wonld make a
strong Democratic candidate, but he doesn't
know that his fellow townsman has anv
aspirations in this direction.
A Westing-bouse Electric Light Salt.
ISrxCIAI. TKLEOSAM TO TUX HlBrATCn.1
Bedford Springs, August 12. United
States Marshal Miller, of Plttsbnrg, arrived
here on Saturday. To-day he served two
subpamaa on F. Fletcher, Esq, President of
the Bedford Electric Light Company. The
suits were brought by George Westlngbouse,
Jr., and the Westlnghotise Electric Company
for an infringement on their patent of acon-
taSS'' tI""" clectnc " Plant here
is the Thompson-Houston system, and that
company will make the defense in th. ..
just brought. The plant has not yet been ac-J
Did Not Like His Quarters.
rsrzciAL TiircKAM to Tnx DisrATcni
Findlay, O., August 12 Elijah E. Shrote
commenced suit in the Common Pleas Court
to-day against Daniel Gilbert. Mahlon Reitgan,
Washington Morehoart, Frederick Schuler
John Platts and Frank Hendricks for 110 000
darnagea, InbispetitiouShrotesaja theaboVe
parties had him imprisoned in the Toledo
workhouse 70 days for selling liquor contrary
to law in the village of Vanlue wuwary
Democratic Nomliires In the Field.
ISrxCIAI. TELCOEAllfl TO THE DISPATCH.J
Carlisle. August 12 The Democratic
County Convention mot hero to-day for the
purpose of nominating a county ticket. The
attendance was large, every -district being rep
resented. The following ticket was placed in
the field: District Attorney, AG. Miller of
Carlisle; Director of Poor. Michael Searess.
of Newton, Surveyor, S. J. Tritt, Penn.
IS not only a distressing complaint, of
itself, but, by causing the blood to
become depraved and the system en
feebled, is the parent of innumerable
maladies. That Ayer's Sarsaparllla
is the best cure for Indigestion, even
when complicated with Liver Complaint,
is proved by the following testimony
from Mrs. Joseph, lake, of BrockwU
"Idver complaint and indigestion
made my life a burden and came near
ending my existence. For more than
four years I suffered untold agony, was
reduced almost to a skeleton, and hardly
had strength to drag myself about All
kinds of food distressed me, and only
the most delicate could be digested at
oil. 'Within the time mentioned several
physicians treated me without giving re
lief. Nothing that I took seemed to do
any permanent good until I commenced
the use of Avers Sarsaparllla, which
bag produced wonderful results. Soon
after commencing to take the Sarsapa
rilla I-could see an improvement in my
vuuuiuuu. jujr uppci'iLc ufaa to return
und with it same the ability to digesi
fall the food taken, my strength im
proved each day, and after a few
months of faithful attention to your
directions, I found myself a well
woman, able to attend to all household
duties. Tho medicine has given me a
new lease of )ife."
BRAITHWA1T At Hulton. on Monday,
August 13. 18S9, at 7:30 A. 1L, JOHN MAXWELL,
son of William and Sarah Braithwatt, aged 10
BRUNDRED On Monday morning, AuguBt
12. 1S89. at his residence in Oil City, Pa.. Will
iam J. Bbundbed, aged 63 years 8 months 27
Funeral services at bis late residence in Oil
City, Fa., Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock.
Interment at Faterson, N. X
COOK On Friday. August 9, 1SS3, at Orlan
do, Fix, Joseph S. Cook.
Interment at Saltsburg, Indiana, county, Fa.,
TnuitSDAY August 15, at noon. 2
CARNAHAN On Sunday. August 1L1SS9,
at 10:30 p. M., Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of David
Carnahan, In the 55th year of her age.
Funeral from her late residence. No, 68
Wabash avenue. West End, Tuesday, August
13, at 2 p. it. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend.
CASEY At Mansfield, Fa., on Sunday night,
August 1L 1889, at 12 o'clock, Frank, son of
Mary and Jeremiah Casev. In the 19th year sf
Funeral on Tuesday mohnino, August 13,
at 9 o'clock. Friends of the family are respect
DTJANE On Monday, August 12, at 2 p. M.,
Michael Duane, in the 44th year of his age.
Funeral from his late residence, corner
Forty-fifth and Fenn avinue, on Wednesday,
August 14, at 8.30 A. M. Friends of the family
are respectfully invited to attend. 2
GOE At her borne, on the New Brighton
road. Allegheny City, on Sunday morning. Au-
ust 11, 1889, at 9.40 o'clock, MBS. Henby B.
Friends are respectfully Invited to attend
the services at the house at 220 p. M. Wednes
day. Interment private. 3
GRACE On Monday afternoon, August 12
1SS9, at 3.30 o'clock, at his' home, Loronz
avenne. wesi jsna, WILUAK' JIcCully
aKArKtged7f7a.v t r -'
Notice of funeral hereafter.
HUNTER On Monri.iv Ammtf v lero ,
12:30 P. JL, W. Edward, son of James and
Mary Freeland Hunter, aged 9 years and 6
Funeral on Wednesday afternoon at 230
o'clock from the residence of his parents, No.
134 Irwin avenue. Interment private. 2
McGOVERAN-On Monday. August 12. 1889.
at 12:10 p. iu Petib A., son of John and Ann
McGoveran, aged 18 years.
Funeral from the residence of bis parents,
No. 4925 Hatfield street, on Wednesday,
August 14, at 10 A. M. Friends of the family
are respectfully invited to attend. 2
PHILLIPS On Snnday morning, August u.
1889. Wsi. Phillips, Sn. at his residence
vww.wmu .,,, .u ? wbujctii ui uia age.
Funeral will take place from his late resi
dence on Wednesday, August 14, at 2 p. m.
STOKES-On Sunday, August U. 1889, at the
residence of her husband In Platte county
Neb Asna M. McDowell, wife of James si
SCANLON-On Sunday, August H, 1SS9, at
11 rfa a. at., Dennis J., son of Kate and tbe late
Dennis Scanlon, aged 22 years and 8 months.
Funeral from the residence of his mother.
No. 8 Elba row, Frankstown, on Tuesday,
the 13th inst at 2 P. M. Friends of the family
are respectfully invited to attend. 2
VOTE Of diphtheria, on Monday norning
at 7:30, Robert Lloyd, youngest son of LouS
and Annie J. Vote, aged 5 years, 11 moaths and
Funeral on Tuesday. August 13,'at 2 o'clock
P. 3L, from tbe residence. No. 9 Overhll) street,
Pittsburg. "Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend.
WEBSTER On Sunday, August 1L J
Habner. son of John and Tillin W.,)x,t,
aged 11 years and 10 months. '
Funeral from 208 Federal street, Tuesday
at 2 p.m. 2
WILLIAMS On Monday, August 12, 18S9. at
i M, SSi. only danKhter of C. R. and
Animia E. Williams, aged 19 months.
Funeral will take place from residence of
parents, North Mansfield, Pa., Tuesday, Au
gust 18, 18S9, at 2 p. jr. Interment private.
We have now ready for de
livery another lot of this ex
traordinary good value (3
piece) Chamber Suite. It has
large beveled mirror, 22 by
28, and double, bedstead 4j4
feet wide. And all in best
rubbed and polished finish.
Similar good values and
lowest possible net cash prices
N. B. Our complete and
handsome room furnishment
for $41 75, as follows:
Roll (40 yards) mixed
dark colors Fancy
. Straw Matting, $
Woven Wire Mattress
Husk and Cotton-top
Good Feather Bolster,
2 good Feather Pillows,
One Reed'Rocker and
2 Side Chairs, Oak
Afci-S iB Wbls
' Weak ML SSl
AUGUSTis the MONTH
B. & B.
Tuesday, August 13.
FOR CUT PRICES.'
We have now taken stock and
are cutting prices in the following
MlllinDTTT I Prices reduced about one-half
iliullilui J i and no charge for trimming.
rdlduUiu (Reduced to half price.
TrMs anil )
Traveling Bags J
All at reduced prices.
Surplus stock must go.
Reduced about one-fourth in
price; some styles of which
we have extra large quanti
ties, reduced one-half.
' Reduced from 23 to 35 per cent.
All spread out on our coun
ters at reduced prices.
Reductions are fully from
83 to 60 per cent.
This includes Flannel Shirts
for Wen and Boys, white
Dress Shirts, Night Shirts,
Underwear, Hosiery. Sus
penders, Handkerchiefs, etc.
ALL AT RIQHT PRICES.
A marvel of cheapness. No
trash, but good eoodj from
best manufacturers at nrices
almost as low as the poorest
goods are sold at
Watch the daily papers for fur
SPECIAL JACKET BARGAINS
EARLY FALL INVOICE
Fine Stockinet Jackets.
At $$ 50:
Fine Stockinet, silk bound, satin
faced, finished seam, bell sleeve,
Jacket at $5 50, worth $8.
Fine Stockinet, mohair bound,
satin faced, finished seam, bell
sleeve, Jacket at 4, worth $6.
Cloth Long Wraps, light and
medium weight, for Ladies, Misses
and Children, from $5 up. Every
garment a bargain.
These goods provide against the
sudden cold spells of early falL
B0GGS & BUHL,
115, 117,119,121 Federal st,,Allegheny.
RIGHT OH THE HEELS
GIGANTIC SUCCESS, THE GREAT ONE-DOLLAR SALE,
O. D. LEVIS. Solicitor of Patents.
1S1 Fifth avenue, above HmithfleULnext Leader
omce. mooeiay.j jusiaousnea w years.
BTEASIEKS AND EXCURSIONS.
50, cost of pack-
for railroad ship-
33 FTH AVENUE 33
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506 and 508 Market st3
Orders by m&il receive prompt
Catalogues and Frioo Lists mail
ed tree of charge to any address.
The following are now ready:
Catalogue of Musical Collections,
Price List of Patent Medicines,
Prioe List of Soaps, eto.
House Furnishing Goods Cata
Sailing every Wednesday from Philadelphia
and Liverpool. Passenger accommodations tor
all classes unsurpassed. Tickets sold to and
from Great Britain and Ireland, Norway, Swe
den, Denmark, eta
PETER WRIGHT fc SONS,
General agents, 307 Walnut st Philadelphia.
Full Information can be had of J. J. MCCOR
MICK, Fourth avenue and Bmlthfleld street.
LOUIS MOESER, ClSmiUifield street.
ANNUAL AUGUST CLEAR-UP SALE!
Which Said Sale Will Dwarf the So-Called "Mark-Downs".
Around Town Just as the Pittsburg Exposition Will
Tower Over All Things of a Previous Nature
Held in This-City Before.
Men's Suits, sold before at $8, $io,$i2 and $16, will go for $5, $6,
$j 50 and 10 only. '
Children's One-piece, All-wool Kilts 98c only.
Children's Two-piece Kilts, worth $1 75, $2 and $2 50, you can take
choice for One Dollar only.
Boy ;' Jersey Suits ia Fancy Shades and Stripes, sold now all over
the city, at 4, you can take your choice for $2 25 only.
i'S SOMETHING FOR AIMOST NOTHING!
rfoys Summer Coats at 15c Boys' Summer Coats and Vests, 75c
Some 2,500 pairs of Children's Pants will be offered at 29c, 39c, 48c,
59c, 65c, 75c, 86c and 98c. In no case is any pair worth less than doubia
the amount .
YORK TO LIVERPOOL VIA QUEENS-
. juwo, jrituai rum 40 hubiu iuvjus.
FAST EXPKES3MAIL SERVICE.
Etrarla,Aug.l7,10:30AH!!Servls. Sept. 7,3m
Anranla. Anjt. M,lr X Gallia. Sept. 11, 6:30 A 31
Bothnia, Aug. 28, tOB A JC Etruria. Sept. U US
TJmbrla, Auk.S1.8i30 a MAuranla.8ept.Il.IlW p if
Cabin passage, t60, (80 and 100; Intermediate.
35. Hteerare tickets to and from all parts ot
Kurop at very low rates.
VE11NOM H. BttOWK & CO., General Agent
4 Bowling Green. New York.
J. J. MCCORMICK. Agent.
Fourth ave. and Smlthdeld St., Plttsbnrg.
. BOYS' SUITS!
In beautiful Checks, Plaids, Stripes and Broken Check Cheviots quite
a big lot of 'em not many of one style. Some of them were worth $10,
o 58, $j 50. YOU CAN TAKE YOUR PICK OF THE LOT FOR $5.
Why, they're awful cheap at the price, but we've only one, two or three
of any one style, and sooner than carry them we'll let them go for a "V."
To Glasgow, Belfast.
KROM NEW "YORK EVERY THURSDAY.
Oabln passage 135 to ISO. according to location
of stateroom. Excursion S65 to S90.
SteKe to and from Europe at Lowest Rates.
AU&tUT BALDWIN & CO.. General Agents,
C3 Broadway, Mew York.
J. J. MeCORMICK. Ageii, Pittsburg. Pa.
JAMES AKCHIBAXD A BRO..
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.
117, 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doorTbelow
Bmlthfleld st, next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages for Iunerals,t3L Carriages for operas.
parties, do, at the lowest rates. All new car-
rlages. Telephone communication. myl-ll-Tis
Will continue to be very fashlonabln during
this fall and winter. We are nrenared to do
this -work lnthe beet and most durable way.
uudub leiton w eanesaaj ueurerea on oaiur
oar; ten on aaiuruay ueiirerea on Wednes
day. Prices varv accordlscr to width. Samnla
and prices by mail if desired.
GENTS' NECKWEAR BARGAINS.
A lot of four-ln-band ties and teck cotton
scarfs at 6 cents each or GO cents a dozen.
Marked down from IS and 20 cents each. No
tice this reduction.
A lot of four-in-hand ties and teck scarfs,
finest satin and Ottoman,
AT 60 CENTS EACH.
Reduced from 1 aud $1 25.
BARGAINS IN FANCY WORK GOODS.
We are closing tbe entire balance of oar
stamned and tinted BOLTON awniRTlvr
PIECES, consisting of splashers, scarfs, pil
low covers, table covers, eto, at
JUST HALF REGULAR PRICES.
A full line of Bargarran linen embroiderv,
all shades, to work the Bolton sheeting with.
A bargain at hosiery counters: A lot of
ladles' 25c black stockings, closing at 20o a pair.
Another lot of r
MUSLIN AND CAMBRIC UNDERGAR
In the trav on the end of the ribbon counter.
LADIES' LAWN HATS and children's
corded bats at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. 1
Another lot of those extra good solid wood
back hair brushes at 50c each; worth 75c eacbJ
DL?TJCTxat ? newest thing out in a TOOTH
BRUSH, called the 1
"The Everlasting," j
Made so that a current of air can nnu thmnoh.
out the back by means of perforated holes, acd
so insuring that drying process necessary to
the preservation of tbe brush. Made by Ch.
Loonen. Price, 25o each.' v
Send orders by maU if you are not in the ci!y
"Give us the cities ot Pittsburg and Allegheny."
"AH right r
"Is that you Pittsburg and Allegheny?"
Yes, who are you?"
Tiie Balance of Our Men's Summer Clothing Sacrificed I
It'll pay you to buy now, if only to put away for another year.
$3 ONLY WILL TAKE THE CREAM
Of Men's Dress Pants from gi8, $20 and S25 Suits, of which we have
sold Coats and Vests. There are no two pair alike, but you can find
pair to suit you out of the lot. Any pair of pants offered is worth at
least $5, while many are of good value at $6 and even $j. Come and
This Sale is for This Entire Week ! Everybody Come !
300 to 400
ROSENBAUM & CO.
and we are going to talk to you through the whole MONTH OF AUGUST.
We went East some time.ago with a BIG. FAT POCKETBOOK.
When we came back we brought AN EMPTY POCKETBOOK with us.
WE WEREN'T BUNKOED, WE WEREN'T DISSIPATED,
WE WERE BUYING GOODS
and now we will sell you new Black Silk Velvet Ribbons, fcom No. x to No. 2a .
New Colored Velvet Ribbons desirable widths. New Black Velvet Ribbons, satin
back, Nos. 4, 5, 7, 9. 13 and 16. New Knitted Silk Fringes, 50c to $3. New Chat,
elaine Bags, 48c to $3. New Silk, Leather 'and Canvass Belts, 10c to St 5a New
styles of Silk Umbrellas, with over 300 different styles of handles. New Fall Hats
and Bonnets, New BSrds, Parrots, Wings, Tips, etc New Velvets, Plushes Silks.
EYE-OPENING BARGAINS In
JEBSETS am-d. BLOUSES
carryover a pair of summer
HORNE & WARD!
41 FUFXB jLVENUE.
WESTEB2T INSUltAJfCJB CO.
NO. 4U WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER N1MICK. President.
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President
fe22-26-TT3 WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary
pEPRESENTEU IN PITl'BBURO IN HSU
ASSETS . . vum,cxz&.
Insurance Co. of Xbrth America,
losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 84 Fourth avenn& U20-82-D
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold flllines from SI up. Amalcan. 50c
silver. 75c; white aUoy.H. b "
Oold Crowns a specialty.
X3R. J. M. McCLAREN,
Corner Smithfield and Fourth avenue.
720 Penn avenue,
submit a brief
report of a few
from their many
patients for the
r.i f or persons siml-
Mrs. W. stated she had been pronounced in
curable by some traveling doctors. Her dlseaso
Is one of which: many ladies cdmplain. She is
very much improved in three weeks' treat
ment. Another case of club-foot, very great deform-
...,, r. uu... uami wiwout pain ana im
proving raotalr. Yonntr lariv .with Mt.h
bronchitis and kidney disease; treated by a num
ber of doctors, but grew worse; irained live
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 1130
A. K., 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 P.M. JylT-D
For Ladies and Children. The entire stock MARKED DOWN, many to half
price and less. Our assortment of these Is simply immense.
Examine the-fine cream, bine, bronze, garnet and gray Jerseys.
1,200 PINE STOCKINETTE JERSEYS,
From $j 95 to $7 50, and every one a bargain.
New Onyx guaranteed fast black Hosiery, just opened.
That Is all we will tell you about this time, good bye. Do you know where we
"Oh yes, everybody knows that you are
510, 512, 514 MARKET ST. AND 27 FIFTH AVENUE.
Wo will not
goods It low prices will sell them.
A FEW OF THE BARQAINSFOR LADIES.
60c Striped Cotton now 29c,60o Lisle now -S5c,
75c .Lisle now 44c, Jl 25 Lisle now 75c, II Silk
now 75c, GO and 75c Black now 35c
A FEW OF THE BARGAINS FOR CHILDREN.
50c Black Cotton, double knees,19c; Stainless
Black, double knees, 25c, wortb 35c; 35c worth
21 and 29c, reduced from 60c; 75c Lisle now
60c, f 1 Lisle now 75c; Silk from 75c up.
Star Flannel Waists and Blouses
Are selling fast the prices make them co.
INFANTS' AND CHILDREN'S HATS
All cnt away down in price; they will cost yon
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UlUbU 1UU1D UW lUJO f UU1 HOW.
Tennis Goods and Flannel Shirts Must
' Blazers J2 85. Caps 45c. Sashes il 60; special
lot or Flannel Shirts jl 60. This is a great
All Departments Full of Good Bargains
Jl fi, CAMPBELL & SONS,
710 PENN AVENUE. 710
Between Beventh and Eighth sts.
Buy Now and
Don't lose sight that you're
sure of a generous money's
worth in all sorts of light
weight Clothing. This is an
unloading month. Summer
stock must be sold. We
don't want the goods, and
want the room for the new
Sixth street and Fenn avenie.
JAS. MNEEL & BKCL
PATENT SHEET IRON ANNEALING
With an Increased capacity and hydraulla
machinery we are prepared to furnish all worsj
in our line cheaper and better than by the old
methods. Repairing and general machine
wore, xwenty-nuun street ana Allegheny Yal
j&ojsnDrzr, tjg-tjst 2.
Bra thorough knawlerfc-nnf tho.,.!,,...,! i.-rt,
which govern the operations of digestion and
n i 7-.
..j,u. w .ru.vupu.lllU,
D'. J. a Ayer It Co., Lowell, Mast
. trl l;siibctu 5. worth tsabettj
A GOOD INVESTMENT
In a growing locality in Allegheny; corner lot
Hiui & irtJQiage ui w ject vn eacn Ox two good
streets, 2x5 room bouses, room for 4 additional
houses, all for W.500,
' Insject tMs'ieny Properly
Corner lot, with a frontage of 200 feet largo
house, yielding a rental of J408 per year, always
rented, and a small outlay in improvements
would increase the Income; 2,800 will buy it:
choice and cheap Improved and unimproved
properties in both cities and suburbs. Call and
313 Wood bt
line nroDertiesof welljinleetnH
has prodded our breakfast tables
caieiy navorea oeverai
tocoa, Mr. Ep
with a 1
icm wfiff.fi w.. .. .
manv heaw doctors' blYln. Itt. h.,. jr.i,
use of such articles of diet that a constitution
wj w tuuauj uuut up until stronflr 4
. v.. OTery"naenFr to disease. Hundred
' uiiuamra are noanng around us n
to attack wherever there ia a weak noint.
may escape many a fatal shaft by keeninir
selves wen lortined with pure blood and a pro
"ii.. rf" .if.t.,.T?r'v" oerac uateu
f . J'ri"' "" "uume water or milk.
oniy innau pouna uns ny Grocers. labeled thus!
WM. SBMPLB'S STORES,
165, 167 and 169 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY, PA.,
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UNDOUBTEDLY BEYOND COMPARISON.
New staple and desirable goods arriving daily in all departments meantime we continue the low prices of the past month, which have
proved such a success a great many all the year round goods at the mark down prices. '
?i quality curtains 75c per
curtains $2' per pair. Finer
Fir a DISORDERED LIVER
Try BEECHAM'S PILLS.
25cts. a Box.
Sec the large lines of Lace Curtains:
pair. $1 50 curtains $1 per pair. $3
grades at proportionate prices.
In Carpet room prices 'cut j to jl $1 Body Brussels Carpet. p;ood
patterns, for 75c. $1 25 Body Brussels Carpet for 90c 60c Tapestry
Brussels Carpet for 45c Ingrain Carpets i off price.
In Cloak room rare bargains in Shawls, Wraps, Jackets, Ladies' and
Misses' Silk, Stuff and Wash Suits, to clear.
The low prices in Silks still on. Black Surahs now 50c, down from
75c. $1 Surahs now 75c. $1 25 Surahs now $1. 90c, $1 12 and
t 25 Black Gros Grains were 1 25, $x 50 and $1 75. Fancy Silks all
Open to-day beautiful line Bisque, Patent. and China Dolls and Doll
Heads, from 25c up.
Bargains in Ladies' and Misses' Underwear, Infants' and Children'
White Dresses, all tf off. I
See the, beautiful White Goods kid Embroideries at marked down
prices. JA off Glassware, Queensware, Lamps, etc. " ' 1
Mail orders promptly filled at lowest prices. s.
Dress Goods department replete with desirable goods: The $1
fancy wool Dress Goods now 55 and 60c. The 75c imported Drew
Goods now 50c.
. Three lots of plain, mixed striped, plaid and fancy weave Dress
Fabrics at 20c, 25c and 37c are specially worth attention, many of
them just half price. 20c striped and plain Beiges now 10c 31c
French Satines, 18 and 20c Best American Satines, I2c. Light
colored 15c Satines, now 6c. Challis and Challis Beiges 6c up.
Colored Cashmeres, all wool, 30, 40, 50, 60 and 75c, are yi off price.
Another case Turkey Red Tablings at 35c, worth 50c. Another
case golden flax Table Linen at 50c a yard; regular price 65c
Special bargains in Towels and Napkins.
Parasols clearing at half price.
Millinery in all its branches, including Ribbon, Feathers, Flowcn,
etc., yS off.
Ladies' Ribbed Vests lajc up.
Men's light weight Merino Shirts 15 and 35c urv
Men's French Balbriggan Shirts 33c, were 50c.
Samples sent when requested. -- '