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Ht Arransemenls Aeany completed to NEWPOBT.R.i..AuSusua.-News tasbeen 'ni-hrMi n rT JEMP"Sl?m
V Tay Out tho Relief Fund. yS!i!!iTO jg HBB AH-7$A -"
S property to the Catholic Church devised it t ..Ofc. Ill I BniSj ' TB W Sl
fcSI , Sarah Harvey, of mil place, who lfLtD: yyyf 22X28 11:1! IMf " ,
MM A KS Dp 111 IS KKW KlilXIK. niece ana wnom sne nas never seen. i HfH !
A IJiai UX luo Ad BlilAlfii provides that the chlia must attend a Roman ' l , 1 . PPIl
msC" Catholto service at least once a month and must I ,- , f" - Sj KsSfiJW H JEsam
HI ,, , . . . annually (tire $1,000 toward the support of a f ! W52 .BL AFSv&
Wm. Tha PeCIllar Epidemic Wlllch is Eafflnff convent. Sbemust also, at her marriage. Prf- . . , ;; ;it-- i jin mH'fH sdtbZWM
&r , I.,,, P,,.,. nx her maiden name to that of her husband. I tfc ,L., " J lES-Miy
ST in Lebanon LOUntT. Membership In any Protestant church la ' , yi r H ir 9T , KJKtSSSSbS!
jST forbidden her. If at the age of 22 Miss Harvey 7 Jtffc P ' fWfilltl'IfiJ
lErECIAL TILEOn-UJ TO TW SISFATCn.1 ,
JOHNSTOWJf, August 16. Since the
Board of Inquiry has closed tht registration
they hare been giving their whole time to
classifying those lately registered, and it is
expected that orders to all entitled to them
in the first distribution will be given out
within a few days. Secretary Kremer has
given notice that he will quit cashing or
ders after to-morrow evening, and those
who do not present them by that time will
have them carried over to the next distribu
tion. Those in class 6, who received nothing in
the first distribution, are now being called
up and sworn to their losses and inafewdays
the full statement of qualified losses will be
completed. In the meantime the clerks
will enter everything in tabulated form, and
it will be some time belore tne money win
be forthcomin?. Secretary Kremer and
Captain McClelland went np to South Fork
and intermediate points along the railroad
to-day to examine into the eondition of
The total number of Hughes houses
erected to date is 231, and the balance of
400 is promised by the middle of Septem
ber. Contractor Hughes is ill at his home
in Bellefonte with the lew. Secretary
Kremer has been highly congratulated for
the rapid manner in which the work is done
here, it being stated that there is no insti
tution in the county that could have paid
out $400,000 and made the records that have
been kept here in the same length of time.
ILL WITH A STEANGE DISEASE.
Thirty Persons Stricken Down In a Lebanon
UEwarANSTOWx, August 16. There is
an epidemic prevalent in this village which
is puzzling the physicians. A number ot
persons are in a very serious condition, the
symptoms being violent vomiting, high
fever and dysentery. Thirty persons are
confined to their beds, and at one time 45
were ill. The population of this place is
only about 350, and there is consequently
considerable alarm. One death has 00
curred Daniel Robinson, a single man.
aged 22, who died after a few days' painful
Among those afflicted was Dr. Amos B,
Hagenman, the village physician, bnt he
has recovered sufficiently to attend to his
patients. In some families as many as four
persons are down with the disease. The
cause of the epidemic is unaccountable. The
village has excellent drainage and a good
water supply. There is a public well,much
used, and there was a suspicion that poison
had been thrown in it, but persons who
have not used the water of the well are
among the afflicted.
A T0WB0AT BDENED.
The Crew Barely Etcnped, and Had Time
to Save Nothing.
fSrECIAt. TIXEQaAlC TO THE DISFATCII.1
"Wheeling, Augustl6. About 7 o'clock,
this morning the towboat William Bonner,
owned by Charles Jutte & Co., of Pittsburg,
caught fire while en route up the stream,
and was totally destroyed. The boat had
been lying at Bellaire up to Thursday night
on account of the low water. Her crew
name down that evening, and about 5 o'clock
this morning the boat cast off and started up
stream with two barges in tow.
The fire broke out when she reached the
mouth of Bush run, ten miles north of this
city. The boat was headed for the Ohio
shore, which was reached in time to allow
all the crew to escape, but nothing could be
done to save the vessel, which burned
rapidly. The loss is about 13,000.
SIIUTTING OFF THE GAS.
A YooDBSIown Company Will Have to Manu
facture It From OH.
(SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DXSFATCa.1
Youngstown, August 16. Something
of a sensation was caused here this after
noon by the Bridgewater Gas Company,
of Bridgewater, Pa., shutting ofl the
supply of natural gas from the Home
Gas Fuel Company, which has a
large number of consumers through
the city. A. B. Cornell, Manager of the
Home Company, said they had been notified
by the Bridcewater Company that the gas
would not be supplied alter this wee'k, but
it was not expected that it would be shut oft
The Home Company has been making
experiments here in manufacturing gas
from oil that have been successful, and
expects to supply its customers in a short
time with that article.
SOME LIVELY IsHOOTING.
One Man Cleans Out a Whole Family at a
rfrECTAL TEXEGRUC TO THE MSrATCTLI
Bomjjey, W. "Va., August 1G. At a
picnic held near here yesterday a free fight
occurred, during which Sherman Price shot
A. G. Sargent, H. S. Sargent and Daniel
Sargent and stabbed James Aldertou. John
Price, Sherman's father, came on the
grounds under the influence of liquor, and
announced he was the best man present.
Some one, said to have been one of the Sar
gent boys, knocked the old man down,
whereupon his son drew a revolver and
knife and sailed in.
He shot A. G. Sargent squarely in the
mouth, the ball coming ont the back, of his
neck, and Aldertou was stabbed in the
back, near the spine. Both men were dan
gerously hurt. The others were not seriously
TEIING TO WEECK TEAIXS.
Ferklns Detective Aseney makes a
Somcwbnt Important Arrest.
SPECIAL TEI.EOEAM TO TUX DISPATCD.1
New Castle, August 16. Detective
Brown, of this city, arrested James Cald
well, of Wampum, late la.t night on the
charge of having placed obstructions on the
New Castle and Beaver Valley Bailroad
near Wampum. The offense is alleged to
have been committed on the 26th of Jnne.
The Perkins Detective Agency, of Pitts
burg, made the information belore Alder
man Bowman here.
The Pennsylvania Company, which
operates this road, has been greatly an
noyed br attempts to wreck trains lately,
and on the date mentioned above a passen
ger train came near running into a pile of
A Larsjo Knmber of the ItelllEerent Individ
uals Are Kovr la Jail.
tHrECIAL TELEQEAM TO TIH DISrATCIT.l
Gbeessburo, August 16. Sheriff By
ers and a posse this evening brought to
Greensburg 16 more Hungarians and com
mitted them to jaiL They were arrested in
the woods above Mammoth, where they
have been secreted for two days.
A Hungarian woman, into' whose house
SIieriffByers entered by knocking the door
off with a pick, rushed at him with a
hatchet, and had he not thrown up his
rifle she would have struck him. There are
now CI Hungarians in jail, and with the
"" other prisoners, 81 in all, the jail is almost
Sarah Harvey, orXewporr, 19 Years Old, to
Newpobt. R. L, August 11 News has been
received here that Mrs. Sarah Harvey WUbour,
of Orange, N. J., instead of leaving all her
gropertv to the Catholic Church devised it te
arau Hanrey. of this place, who is Bran:
niece and whom she has never seen. The win
provides that the chili must attend a Roman
Catholic service at least once a month and must
annually give $1,000 toward the support of a
convent. Sbemust also, at her marriage. Pre
fix her maiden name to that of her husband.
Membership In any Protestant church Is
forbidden her. If at the age of 22 Miss Harvey
shall hare complied with all these conditions,
and shall bo willing to continue compliance,
she Is to come into full possession cf all the
property, except 850.000. which is given in trust
lor any possible daughter. .
In case Sarah Harvey shall refuse to educate
her daughter (if she has one) in a convent, the
$50,000 is to go to furnish a library for StPaul ;
University at Orange. N. J. The recipient of
this unexpected fortune is now 19 years 01a.
By the time she Is 22 the estate will be worth
about $3,000, 00O
DIED WHIIE CATCHING FISH.
The Expressed Wish of Colonel Walker Ful
filled In a eincnlar Manner.
LojjDOif, Out.. August 16. Colonel John
Walker, who died while on a salmon fishing
trip at Gasps, Quebec, last evening, had ful
filled in a remarkable manner' the wish he ut
tered when bis friend. Sir John Rose, of Lon
don, England, dropped dead in the act of firing
at a stag In Scotland a few years ago. Colonel
Walker then said at the clnb here: "When my
time comes I hope I may be catching a 25
A letter received from uaspe to-aay, witn ae
tails of his illness, says he was stticken with
Earalysis Junt after hooking a 24-pound fish,
e never rallied. Thebodvls exnected here
to-morrow night. Colonel Walker was well
Auunu bUIUUUUUh V,UU.
FLORA, FAIRY OF FLOWERS,
U a pretty little legend written for la-morrow' 1
Dispatch by Ernest H. Heinricht.
Blnrrlngo Licenses Granted Yesterday.
ITV. L. Wlntoa Tarentura
1 Sadie L. Ross....- Westmoreland county
John Thompson ,..,.Penn township
Margaret King l'enn township
f James Weldea Pittsburg
i Anna O'Kuneka Pittsburg
..Lower St. Clair township
1 Kllle 1U11..
(Henry A. Ruth Pittsburg
( AnnaUumperleln Plttsburs;
J J. TV. Tuinell McKeesport
Ucttle hu Longhead Braddock township
f JohnLerch Pittsburg
Susan Schmidt Pittsburg
1 dumu Bcnmiai rinsnarg
(Otto Bohnemann Rockvllle, Conn
Otto Bohnemann Rockvllle, Conn
f Vim. Heldenrlch Reserve township
I Lizzie Bontag Shalcr township
BEECH On Fridav, August 16. 1889, at 7:40
P. M Edna Peakl, daughter of William H.
and BuBan Beech, aged 7 years 4 months 8 days.
Funeral services at the parents' residence, 19
McLain avenue, Thirty-first ward, on Sunday
at 1 r. it. Interment private at a later hour.
Oil City and Beaver papers please copy. 2
DOBBINS On Thursday. August 15. 18S9, at
8 o'clock P. M., at her residence, 101 South ave
nue. Allegheny City, Mrs. Annie Dobbins.
wire of Thomas J. Dobbins aad daughter of
Catherine and the late Adam Kountz, In tho
26th year ot her age.
Funeral from the residence on Sunday at
3.30 p. sr. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend.
EXLER On Au trust 15, at 4 p. M., Raph AEI.
W., son of John and Mary Kiler, aged 1 year, 6
months and 5 days.
Funeral on SATUIufAY, August 17, from his
parents' residence, Charles street, Allegheny
City, above Sarah street, atlO A. M. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
FRITZ On Friday. August 18, 1889. at 9 A.
x., Annie Gleadall, eldest daughter of
David Fritz and Mary McCaslin, aged 17 years
Funeral, from the parents' residence. No. 131
BlnS street, Pittsburg, on Sabbath, at 2 r. m.
Friends of the family respectfully invited to
FROMME On Friday. August 16, 18S9, at
2.30 A. M., Mrs. Esther Fkomme.
Funeral on Sunday, August 18, at 3 P. it.
from family residence, 21 North Diamond
FRY Suddenly, at the residence of her par
ents, Rochester, Pa., Clara, youngest daugh
ter of George W. and Clara E. Fry, aged S
years, 1 month and 9 days.
GILLESPIE August 16. 18S9, at his resi,
dence. 64 Ackley street, at 3 A. M., Geoboe H.
Gillespie, In the 33d year of bis age.
Funeral Sunday, 3 P. M-, from Buena Vista
Street M. E. Church. 2
HORAN Thursday, August 15, at 10:31 p.
jl, Ellen, daughter of Mary and John Horan,
aged 2 years 2 months.
Funeral from 102 Tustln street, Satubday,
at 1 p. M. Interment private.
HURLEY From a fracture of the skull, on
Friday, August 16, 18S9, at 430 A. K.. Mas
gabet, daughter of John and Mary Hurler,
aged 11 months 23 days.
Funeral from the residence of the parents,
45 Main street. West End. on Satubday.
August 17, at 2 o'clock p. 11. Interment private.
HENKEL On Wednesday, August It, at
9:15 p. m.. Julia, relict of Adam HenkeL aged
66 years and 5 days.
Funeral on Satubday, August 17, at 2 P. M.,
from her late residence. No. 2012 Jane street,
BOuthslde, Pittsburg. Pa. Friends and mem
bers of Fredericks. Lodge, B. ;D., No. 102, are
KEITZ On Friday, August 16, 18S9, at 12:40
p. 11., Peteb J. Keitz, aged 37 years 1 month 3
Funeral from his late residence, corner
South Twelfth and Diamond streets, Pittsburg,
S. 8., on 6unday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Friends of the family aro respectfully invited
to attend. 2
LINDSAY August 16, 18S9. Mrs. Harriet
Lindsay, aged 94 years.
Funeral services Satubday, August 17. at 2
p. jl. at residence of her son James A. Lind
say, 59 Stewart street. Allegheny City. Inter
MILLER At Edge wood, on Thursday, Au
gust 15, 1889. MABY ANNIE, daughter of Or
lando and Virginia Miller, aged 19 months.
Funeral services at the parents' residence,
Edgewood, P. R. R on Saturday, August
17, at 10 A. K. Interment private at a later
MAXWELL On Friday, August 16. 1889, at
1 o'clock A. M., DBUSILLA Ia MAXWELL,ln the
21st year of her age.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend the funeral from the residence of her
husband, Thomas M. Maxwell.Erergreen Ham
let, Pa., on Saturday, August 17, at 2 o'clock
RAY At the residence of his parents. No.
14 Linden street, Allegheny City,Bn Thursday.
August 15. 18SS. at 2 J5 P. jr.. Harby M., only
son of W. E. and Kczia M. Ray, aged 23 years 7
Funeral services from his parents' residence
Sunday, August 18, at 2 p. M. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
STEWART Thursday night, August 15, 1SS9.
at 10:30 o'clock, JOHN -M. STEWART, In the 55th
year of his age.
Funeral from his late residence, Atwood ave
nue, Chartiers township, Sunday, August 18,
at 2 o'clock. Friends ot the family are respect
fully invited to attend. 2
I Uniontown papers please copy.
SCHAEFER On Wednesday August 14,
1SS9, at 1125 P. SL, Mrs. E. A., wife of Jacob
Schaefer, and daughter of John and Rebecca
Hinds, aged 32 years 6 months.
Funeral from the home of her parents, S9
Taggart street, Allegheny, on Satubday, Au
gust 17, at 2 p.m. Interment private.
JAMES ARCHIBALD & BRO.,
LIVERY AND SALE - STABLES,
117, 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below
Smithfield sL, next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages for funerals, ja Carriages for operas,
parties, ic, at the lowest rates. All new car
nages. Aeicpuuue tviuiuuuirauuu. myi-11-TTa
I)EPRESEHTE1 IN PIXTSBDRO IN ISO.
ASSETS . . f9771,i933.
Insurance Co, of North America,
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 81 Fourth avenue. u20-s2-s
WESTERN INSURANCE CO.
NO. ill WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIMICK, President
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President
fe22-26-TT3 WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
ACT T.T-Ef-C 7W-f
ON A WEAK STOMACH.
OF ALU DRUCOIBTfi.
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 4'
feet wide. And all in best
rubbed and polished finish.
Similar good values and
lowest -possible nefcqash prices
N. B. Our complete and
handsome room furnishment
for $41 75, as follows:
Roll (40 yards) mixed
dark colors Fancy
Straw Matting, $ 3 00
Suite, (sAbovV) . 20
Woven Wire Mattress 3
Husk and Cotton-top
Good Feather Bolster, '3
2 good Feather Pillows, 3
One Reed Rocker and
2 Side Chairs, Oak
finish, 4 75
cost of pack
33 FIFTH AVENUE 33
Will continue to he very fashionable during
this fall and winter. We are prepared to do
this work In tho best and most durable way.
Goods left on-Wednesday delivered on Satur
day; left on Saturday delivered on Wednes
day. Prices vary according to width. Sample
and prices by mall if desired.
GENTS' NECKWEAR BARQAIN&
A lot of four-in-hand ties and teclc cotton
scarfs at S cents each or SO cents a dozen.
Marked down from 15 and 20 cents each. No
tice this reduction.
A lot of four-in-hand ties and teclc scarfs,
finest satin and ottomen,
AT 60 CENTS EACH.
Reduced from SI and SI 25.
BARGAINS IN FANCY WORK GOODS.
We are closing the entire balance of onr
stamped and tinted BOLTON SHEETING
PIECES, consisting of splashers, scarfs, pil-
wtr bUlUD, IsftUaU UUICI9, CM, Kb
JUST HALF REGULAR PRICES.
A full line of Banrarraa linen embroidery,
all shades, to work the Bolton sheeting with.
A barcraln at hosiery counters: A lot of
ladles' 25c black stockings, closing at 20c a pair.
Another lot of
MUSLIN AND CAMBRIC UNDERGAR
' MENT BARGAINS
In the tray on the end of the ribbon counter.
LADIES' LAWN HATS and children's
corded hats at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Another lot of those extra cood solid wood
back hair brushes at 50c each; worth 75c each.
Look at the newest thing out In a TOOTH
BRUSH, called the
Made so that a current of air can pass through
out the back by means of perforated holes, and
so Insuring that drying process necessary to
the preservation of the brush. Made by Ch.
Loonen. Price, 25c each.
Send orders by mail if you are not in the city
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH AVENUE.
EVIDENCE OF SUPERIORITY.
We have been in the drug and liquor busi
ness since 1845, have handled more or less of
every fine brand of whisky made in this coun
try, and feeling we are judges and can be
trusted, we pledge our word of honor that the
PURE EIGHT-YEAR-OLD EXPORT GUCK
Is the finest and purest Whisky we ever sold.
And we know it can be denended upon in sick
nets and family use generally. Full quarts, SI,
or S10 per dozen.
Or we can give you your choice from the fol
lowing well-known Belect brands, for we keep
all of the best grades of whisky now on the
Overbolt Furo Rye, five years old.foll quarts,
II. or I1U per noien.
Finch's Golaen Wedding, ten years old, full
quarts, SI 25, or $12 per dozen.
DunvUle's Old Irish Whisky, quarts, SI 60, or
S15 per dozen.
Ramsay's Old Scotch Whisky, distillery at
Islay, SI SO ner bottle, full qnart
Wise's Old Irish Whisky, distillery at North
Mall. Cork, 1 50 per bottle, full quart
Our line In this department Is kept fnll, em
bracing FINE BRANDIES AND GIN, WITH
THE PURE CALIFORNIA WINES.
Send for complete price list, mailed free to
AU mall orders promptly shipped. Send
money orders or drafts when you can, or regis
ter your letter.
Job. Fleming 4 Ban,
412 MARKET ST., PITTSBURG, PA.
JAS. MNEJX, & BRO.,
BOILERS, PLATE AND SHEET-IRON
PATENT BHEET IRON ANNEAUNQ
With an Increased capacity and hydraulic
machinery we are prepared to furnish all work
In onr line cheaper and better than by the old
methods. Repairing and general machine
work. Twenty-ninth street and Allegheny Val
ley Railroad. fe5-55-TTS
i. O. IX LEVIS. Solicitor of Patents,
131 Fifth avenue, above BmithBeld-next Leader
office. (No delay. J Established. 2u years.
Is to hold firmly to your prices, .
no matter how far advanced is
the season; or.if concessions are
made in prioes.they aro so slight
and so grudgingly made that
they don't move stock. Then
paok away what is left, and
when a year rolls around open
the goods up again, and offer
them to your customers.
The modern wideawake mer
ohant,however,makes his profit
during the busy season, and
when dull season oomes he
slaughters the prices of unsea
sonable goods rather than carry
them for a year.thereby crowd
ing his store in dull as well as
busy season, and advertising
himself for and wide. Then
when a new season opens he is
in the market to buy the new
est, freshest, prettiest styles he
can find, and the publio is per
fectly willing to pay a fair profit
on new goods.
We olaim to belong to the
modern class of merchants, and
while we are shoving out the
summer stock, our purchases of
new fall and winter goods aro
already on the way.
Fleishman & Co.'s
Price Lists and Catalogues
mailed free of oharge.
The following are now ready
Prioe List of Patent Medicine.
Price List of Corsets.
Prioe List of Books.
Price List "of Housefurnishing
tant that chil
dren grow up
have every de
before it Is too
late. Dr. Orr
has had eminent
success for over
19 ve&rM treating
ureases ui women, dyspepsia, caiarrn, lumors,
cancers, etc. His two associate doctors have
also made chronic diseases a special study.
Persons desiring medical or surpical' treatment
by doctors of medicine can call at 720 Fenn
avenue durlncoffice hours, viz., 10 to 1130 A. it,
2 to 1 and 7 to 8 P. at Consultation free.
Terms moderate. auM-D
By a thorough knowledge ot the natural laws
which govern the operations of digestion and
nutrition.and and by a careful application of the
nne properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Ej
hasprorldedour breakfast tables with a
cateiy navored beveraei
which may save us
many heavy doctors' bills: Itis by the judicious
use of such articles of diet that a constitution
may do gradually Duiit up until strong enough
to resist every tendency to disease.
irl nft real
of subtle maladies are floating around us ready
to attack wherever there is a weak point. Wf
may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping our
selves well fortified with pure blood and a prop
erly nourished frame." C:t Service Gazette.
only in half pound tins by Grocers, labeled thus:
lac PnncArin Homoeopathic Chemists,
jad.CpU&Q&OU. London. Encland.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
Largest and most prominently located hotel
with a new and first-class Restaurant attached.
350 chairs. Opeu all the year. Coaches to and
from Beach and Trains. Brophv's Orchestra.
LONG BRANCH, N. J.,
HEKBT WAI.TER,Prop'r., Jko. B. Gcitlosser,
Manager, late of Hotel Duquesne, Pittsburg.
UNDOUBTEDLY BEYOND COMPARISON.
New staple and desirable goods arriving daily in all departments meantime we continue the low prices
proved such a success ra great many all the year round goods at the mark down prices.
Sec the large lines of Lace Curtains: i quality curtains 75c per
pair. $1 50 curtains $1 per pair. $3 curtains $2 per pair. Finer
grades at proportionate prices.
In Carpet room prices cut i to j. $1 Body Brussels Carpet, godd
patterns, for 75c $1 25 Body Brussels Carpet for. 90c. 60c Tapestry
Brussels Carpet for 45c. Ingrain Carpets j4 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 X24 and
$1 2$ Black Gros Grains were $1 35, J$i 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' s
WKite Dresses, all yi oft
bee the beautiful White Goods
prices. Ji off Glassware, Queensware,
Mail orders promptlyfilled at lowest prices. .- -
Saturday Trade-Quickeners !
Effective Wool Challis, that is
wool, and goods that sold at 25c a yard
during the earlier part of the season
now 2 yards for 25e 12Jc a yard,
A new lot opened for to-day 50
Very desirable and pretty Dress
Zephyr Ginghams, some imported,
some domestic, reduced from 15J
and 25o TO 10c A YARD.-
Summer Neckwear at a bareain.
Genuine English Flannel Blaz
ers, Virgo, Middleton & Co.'s
poods, $1 50. Do you remember
they were S3 SO. Almost an incred
ible cut But they are only a few.
Percale Shirts with 25c oil prices
$1 25, $1 and 75c Flannel Shirts
Dollar Cambric Night Shirts 65c
Gents' Merino Underwear, 60o to
25 a piece.
B0GGS & BUHL,
115, 117,119, 121 Federal st,,Allegheny.
A GOOD INVESTMENT
In a crowing locality in Allegheny; corner lot
with a frontage of 60 feet on each of two good
streets, 2x5 room houses, room for 1 additional
houses, all for H50Q,
Inspect tnis Allegheny property
'Corner lot, with a frontage of 200 feet, large
house, yielding a rental of 1403 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 audi
313 Wood St
In this special sale of our
It should be borne in mind
that our prices are not high
ones brought down, but a
genuine reduction from manu
It's possible for buyers to
save a heap of money on their
wardrobe at our rates.
Sixth street and Fenn aYenue.
JONES'A MAGIC ROCH POW
DEB, Roaches banished by con
tract. Satisfaction guaranteed ori
no nay. 3S BliVENTH. AVE..
tittsburg. Pa Price tl 60 per
STEAMERS AND EXCURSIONS.
. AMERICAN LINE,
Balling 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, etc.
PETER WRIGHT fc SONS,
General agents, SOT Walnut SL. Philadelphia.
Full Information can be had of J. J. MCCOR
MICK, Fourth avenne and Smithfield street.
LOUIS MOESER, US Smithfield street.
EW YORK TO L.IVEltPOOIj VIA QUEENS-.
xowm, KKoa riEit 40 noeiu i:ivu'-
FAST EXPREsiMAIl4 SEKV1CK.
Etrnna. An R. 17, 10:30 A M
Auranta. Aug. 24, Sp M
Bothnia, Aug. 28, 6:30 A M
TJmbrla. Auz.3L8:30 A M
Servla. Sept 7, 3rx
Gallia, Sept. 11, 6:30 A M
Etrnrla. Sept 14. 9 am
Auranla. Sept. 21, 230 r ji
C&bln insure. KO. S0
ana i iw; imermeaiaie.
135. Steerage tickets to and from all parts ol
x.nrope as very loir rates,
VE1LNON H. BJ
1UMU, BKOYV.N & CO., General Agents,
4 cowling urcen, .new xorx.
J. J. McCOKMICK. Agent.
Fourth ave. and smithfield st, I'lttsburg.
To Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin
FROM NEW YORK EVERY THURSDAY.
Cabin nassase KJ3 to $50. according to location
of stateroom. Excnrslon (S3 to (90.
steerage to and from Europe at Lowest Rates.
AUSTIN BALDWIN A CO., General Agents,
S3 Broadway, Hew York.
J. J. McCORMICK. Agent, Pittsburg. Pa.
167 and 169 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY, PA
and - Embroideries at marked down
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GIGANTIC SUCCESS. THE
CO'MES TIE 33
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,
50 and $o only.
Children's One-piece, All-wool Kilts 98c only.
Children's Two-piece Kilts, worth $1 75, J?2 and $2 50, you can take
choice for One Dollar only.
Boys' Jersey Suits in Fancy Shades and Stripes, sold now all. over
the city, at $4, you can take your choice for $2 25 only.
HERE'S SOMETHING- FOR AT, MOST NOTHING!
Boys' 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 double
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 $io,
$9, $8, $1 So. YOU CAN TAKE YOUR PICK OF THE LOT FOR $5.
Why, they're awful cheap at the price, but vwe've only one, two or three
of any one style, and sooner'than carry them we'll let them go for a "V."
The Balance of Our Men's Summer Clothing Sacrificed !
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 $18, S20 and $2$ Suits, of which we have
sold Coats and Vests. There are no two pair alike, but you can find a;
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 $7. Come and
This Sale is for This Entire Week 1 Everybody Come'!
EARLY FALL GOODS.
For two -weeks past boxes have been arriving filled with goods that are NEW,
STYLISH and SEASONABLE. They are now arranged in our departments, and
you will find that our prices are REASONABLE, LOWEST IN THE CITY, and
that we will give you goods as HONEST as the AMERICAN DOLLAR itself.
Black Silk Velvet Ribbons, from No. I to No. so. New Colored Velvet Rib.
bons, desirable widths. New Black Velvet Ribbons, satin back, Nos. 4, 5, 7, 9, 13
and 16. New Knitted Silk Fringes, 50c to $3. New Chatelaine Bags, 48c to $3.
New Silk, Leather and Canvass Belts, 10c to $1 0. New styles of Silk Umbrellas,
with over 300 different styles of handles. New Fall Hats'and Bonnets, New Birds,
Parrots, Wings, Tips, etc New Velvets, Plushes, Silks.
REAL BARGAINS in
JERSEYS and BLOUSES
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, blue, bronze, garnet and gray Jerseys.
1,200 FINE STOCKINETTE JERSEYS,
From Ss 95 to $7 50, and every one a bargain. All new goods.
New Onyx guaranteed ast black Hosiery, just opened.
510, 512. 514 MARKET ST.
Dress Goods department replete with desirable goods: The $x
fancy wool Dress Goods now 55 and 60c The 75c imported Dress
Goods now 50c.
Three lots of plain, mixed striped, plaid and fancy weave Dress
Fabrics at 20c, 25c arM 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, I2jc. Light
colored 15c Satines, now 6c. Challis and Challis Beiges 6(c up.
Colored Cashmeres, all wool, 30, 40, 50, 60 and 75c, are off price.
Another case Turkey Red Tablings at 25c, 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, Flowers,
etc, i off. " '
Ladies' Ribbed Vests I2lc ud.
Men's light weight Merino Shirts 15 and 25c up.
Men's French Balbriggan Shirts 33c, were 50c;
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GREAT ONE-DOLLAR SALE
S10, $12 and 16, will go for $St't6,
300 to 400
AND 27 FIFTH AVENUE.
of the past month, which have