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THE (HTTHBTJBG DISPATCH, SAJEOBDAY, ATTSTOT' 24, 1889.
WON'T FI6HT OVER IT.
tfo War Anticipated With Great Brit
ain OYer Behrinjj Sea-Seizures.
MERELY A POLICE PRECAUTION.
The Only Tarpose to Intimidate Canada's
Cruisers for Our Seals.
OKLI A TOPGON TOLICI ADOPTED
rtrECIXL TtLIQBAM TO TBX SISrA.TCR.1
"Washington, August 23. Personi who
are particularly friendly to the administra
tion have advanced the theory as to the
seizure of British vessels in Behrintr Sea
that it is not the purpose of the United
States to institute any condemnation pro
ceedings against the vessels, and that this is
the reason why they are not brought into
American ports, and adequate crews are not
provided to do this.
"The only purpose of-the administration,"
said a gentleman who has some knowledge
on the subject, "is to intimidate the Cana
dian cruisers and prevent them from illicit
capture of the seals. The United States has
no intention of vigorously enforcing the
laws to the extent of condemning the appar
atus or vessels of the Canadians. The pur
pose of the administration, in other words,
is not to have the vessels of the Canadian
fishermen condemned, but to take whatever
seals they have captured within the waters
of tbe United States, and
TO POLICE BEHBIXG SEA.
The Canadian sealers warned off will not
be likely to return again this season. It is
very probable that the Harrison adminis
tration desires to avoid the experience of
President Cleveland and doesn't care to bring
Canadian sealing vessels into port and then
be compelled to release them. Meanwhile the
somewhat ambignous statement of Secretary
Blaine, made some weeks ago, that no claim
had been made by the United States that
Behring Sea is a closed sea, appears to
derive additional significance. At all
events, it is pretty certain that the instruc
tions which have been given to the com
mander of the Bush relate to the policing of
Behring Sea, to prevent the capture of
seals, and do not have in view any attempt
to assert the claim that Behring Sea is a
closed sea. If that was the purpose of the
administration, it would be the four naval
vessels which are now cruising in those
waters that would be heard from, and not
the small revenue cutter Bush."
REAL ESTATE SAVINGS BANK. USL,
401 Smlthfield Street, cor. Fourth Avenue.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $45,000.
Deposits of $1 and upward received and
interest allowed at 4 per cent zrs
If you are interested in artbtie house dec
oration you should not fail to see the ex
hibition of Boston art tile stoves at French,
Kendrick & Co.'s china store, opposite the
Go TO John S. Boberts, 414 "Wood street,
to see the finest line of interior decorative
wall papers handled in this section of the
RffilYPnitf rnVDITK theirbustnessand
MXtUhlia uKCLliOi political methods
and their progressive policy, are entertaining
ly described in tomorrouft DISPATCH by
Frank O. Carpenter,
Mnrrlace Weenies Granted Yesterday.
(Harry P. Qneck Homestead
J Emma A. Mayer Pilt.burg
5 Frank B. Koblnson Pittsburg
Jennie Wilson Pittsburg
NOT MUCH KNOWX OF IT.
This is the iew of a gentleman who is on
close relations with officials of the State
Department, and it is deserving of consider
ation on that account. 2no one here ap
pears to be very clear what the object ot tbe
administration is with respect to the seal
fishery matter, and it is not altogether cer
tain that the administration has any definite
views about it The situation is in part
inherited. Both the President and
Secretary of State have been so
busilv engaged,- to this hour, in
peddling offices, and in regarding the claims
of various claimants, that it may be doubted
whether they have had much opportunity
to take down the books of international law
and treaties to ascertain exactly how the
Government stands on this question.
One thing is pretty clear about the whole
business none of tbe Republican leaders
TBOUBLE WITH GBEAT BRITAIN
because of the Behring Sea matter. It is
to be added also, that very few of the Re
publican leaders know very much about
the subject. It is pretty certain, however,
that if the administration contemplated any
' war policy, it would not be proceeding with
a petty revenue cutter, from whose crew a
single man, even if dignified by tbe omin
ous title of the "prize crew," is seriously
C. C. Shayne, of .New York, having re
cently stated that the Alaska Commercial
Company is mainly made up of foreigners,
the representatives of that company here
correct tbe statement. The law provides
that the fur seal lease shall be forfeited if
foreigners are interested in it. The state
ment is made that the present directors aud
managers are Lewis SIoss, the President
of the company; Lewis Gerstle, ex-President;
Gustave Xiebaum the three being
residents of San Francisco and C. A.
"Williams, of New London, Conn.
FOR SEPAEAfE TRIALS.
Tbe Cronln Snipecta Will Enter Fleai or
i CniCAGO, August 23. There is a general
belief that when the Cronin murder case is
called for trial in Judge JlcConnell's court
next Mondav the urincinal efforts nf thi
defense will be directed not to securing a
continuance, but to endeavoring to break
the solid lront of the prosecution and
dividing its thunder, by securing separate
trials for one or more of the defendants.
States Attorney Longenecker, however, to
day appeared to be indiilerent to any such
"I do not know who could ask for a sepa
rate trial," said be, "unless it would be
Woodruff. The State will be ready for
trial Monday, but I think some of the de
fendants will want a continuance. If they
can show cause thev might obtain one, but I
candot tell hew the' State will stand on that
question until the time comes."
It is understood, however, that Senator
Kennedv. of Wisconsin, will mat M riehnt
in the case by an elaborate argument in la
vor of a separate trial for his ciient, Martin
Burke, the late 'Winnipeg suspect
MURDERED FOR HIS MONET.
The Cold-Blooded Crime Committed by a
Appleton, "Wis.. August 23. "What
will probably turn out to be one of the most
cold-blooded murders ever perpetrated in
"Wisconsin is just coming to light at Gagen.
A stranger went into the saloon of one Nel
son, called for a drinkand exhibited a large
roll of bills. Nelson walked out from be
hind the bar and struck the man with a
slungshot, knocking his brains out. The
only witness was a man named Barlow, and
Nelson told him he would kill him if he
ever told. Barlow made an affidavit and
Nelson was arrested.
Nelson buried the man at the back door
of his saloon and afterward dug him up
and carried him off somewhere. Barlow
says that all Nelson got were six $1 bills,
which were wrapped around a newspaper.
He fouzht desneratelv when nrrMteif in.)
kept using the expression, "I did not kill
him, but was told to." His examination
will take place Saturday.
DID flOT BELIEVE IN BANKS.
BACKOFEN Attho residence of bis daugh
ter, Mrs. M. Schleiter. 61S Fifth avenue, on
Thursday. Ausrnst 22, at 7.30 A. JL, G. Q. BACK
Ofin, in the 79th year of bis age.
Fnneral takes place on Saturday aftee
i? oon, August 21, at 2 o'clock. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend. Inter
ment private at a later hour. 2
CONROY On Thursday, August 22, 1S39, at
10 .o'clock p. ir., Margaret Gertrude,
daughter of Michael and Undget Conroy, aged
17 years 0 months and 1 days.
Funeral from the residence of her parents,
Forward avenue (Four-Mile Run), Twenty-
second ward, on SUXDAY, tbe 25th Inst, at 2
o'clock p.m. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. 2
DORAN-On Friday, Aueust 23. 1S89, at 6.30
A. M., Annie, daughter of John P. and Ellen
Doran, aged 3 years, 1 month and 23 days.
Funeral from the residence of her parents, 49
Stenben street. West End. on Saturday, Au
gust 24, at 2.30 p. K. Friends of the family are
repecttully invited to attend.
ECKY At the residence of James E.
Ledlle, No 424. Liberty street, on "Wednesday
evening, August 21, 1889. Charles H. Ecky.
Requiem high mass at St. Paul's Cathedral
on Saturday morning at 9:30 o'clock. Inter
Philadelphia papers please copy. 2
FREIL On Fndav. Auinist 23. 1889. at 8 p.
K.. Joseph, youngest son of John and Han
nah Freil (uee Neelis), acedl2 years S months.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
DAVID S. Fmnder, aced 68 years, at the resi
dence of his nephew, Wm. J. Post, Ingram sta
tion, P.. C. & St L. Ry.
Funeral services Saturday; Aueust 21, at
above named residence, at 2 o'clock P. ac. In
terment private. '
I Washington, Pa papers please copy.l
HEMINGRAY On Friday, August 23, at 4
p. it., Robert P. Heminqray, In bis 30th
Funeral from his late residence, No. 88 Arch
street. Allegheny, at 230 p. M. Sunday, August
23. Friends of tbe family are respectfully in
vited to attend. 2
LYNCH-On Friday, August 23, 1SS9, at 8 P.
Jf., Willie J., infant son of Patrick and
Mary Lynch, aged 8 months.
Funeral from the parents' residence. 8131
Millwood avenue, on Saturday at 4 p, m.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
LOWSTETTER On Thursday. Aueust 22,
1SS. at 5.15 A. K., William S., son of Thomas
and Mary J. Lowstetter, aged IS years and 2
Funeral will take place from the residence of
his parents, corner of Friendship avenue and
Ella street, on Sunday. August, 25. Ib89, at2.30
p. M. Friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend. 3
MOORHEAD-On Friday, August 23, 18S9. at
1:50 P. u at the residence of her son-in-law,
John S. BntIe,5J2 Forbes street. Rose Ann.
wife of William Moorbead, in her 52d J ear.
Notice of luneral hereafter. 2
MOODIE On Friday. August 23, at 5.50,
George, Jit, sou ot George and Jane Moodie,
agea 19 years.
Funeral at 230 feUNDAY afternoon, from
residence or parents, 431 Thirty-third street,
city. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend. " " 2
McNEAL-On Friday, August 23. 1S89, at
6.I0A.M., Mary Airir Means, wife of E. J.
McNeal, aged 26 years. . J.
Funeral from residence of John McNeal, on
Three Degree road, Hampton township, on
Sunday. August 25, at 1030 o'clock a. it.
Friends of the family are respectfully Invited
McCRADY-On August 23, 18S9, at H A. K..
Gretta A., aged 7 years 7 months, daughter
of J. H. and Lizzie McCrady. at Rankin station,
Funeral servic3s ats p. at. Sabbath, August
25. Interment at a later hour. Friends of the
family are respectfully Invited to attend. 2
McMORRlS-On Fridaymornlne. August 23.
at Gallitzln, M. McMoKRis, formerly of this
Funeral at Gallitzin, Sunday, August 25.
NANNAH On Thursday, August 22, at 2 15
p. JL, Gail J son of J. Land late EllieNan-
uau, &kcu 1 year ana .smontns.
Funeral services at residence of Captain
Jessie Nannah, at Rochester, Pa., Friday
evening at 8 o'clock. Funeral from Wood's
Run station upon arrival of 1030 train Satur
day morning. 2
NATCHER At 815 p. jr., John T.
Natcheb, in tbe 41st year of his aee.
Funeral notice in this evening's papers.
NEELY On Wednesday evening, August 2L
18S9. at 7 o'clock, James Neely, Jr.. aced 38
Funeral from his late residence, near Econo
my, on Saturday morninq at 10 o'clock. 2
POLLOCK On Thursday. August 22, at 3
o'clock a. m., Sarah Aiken; wife of A. W.
Funeral from her late residence, Franklin
street, Wllklnsburg. Saturday, August 21, at
230 o'clock p. m. Interment private.
ROESER On Thursday, Angust 22, at 835
P. if., Lizzie, wife of Christ Roeser, aged 28
.Funeral from her late residence, Mt, Troy
road, Allegheny, on Saturday at 9 a. m.
Friends ot the family are respectfully Invited
To make room for new fall
stock we are compelled to
sacrifice last season's patterns
at extremely low prices.
We will therefore offer the
following extraordinary bar
cents for quality of Body
Brussels whose regular
price with all . dealers
has been $i.
cents and (i "J H
for Bigelow, Hartford
and other best makes of
Body Brussels whose
regular price has been
from $i 25 to $1 50.
English, Bigelow, Hartford
and other best makes of Wil
ton Carpets at (pf) reduced
from $2 5a
B. & B.
Saturday, August 24.
33 FIFTH AVENUE.
LOOK and READ.
Mk THE F. P.
We know what we are about In slaughter
ing prices in our present rough shod man
ner. "Make room for Fall aud Winter
Goods" is now our motto. Summer goods
hare had their day; what was sold early in
season paid us a fair profit, and whatever
we can now get for the remainder is better
than carrying it oyer for another year.
When the fall season opens weVwant to show
the public nothing but new goods. There
fore Summer Goods Must Go
AT ANY PRINCE.
They must "stand, not upon the 'order of
their going, but eo quickly," if there is any
efficacy in low prices. !
Gentlemen's Pennine French Balbrig&an
Shirts and Drawers reduced from 75c to 50c.N
Gentlemen's French FJannel Shirts re
duced from $3 to $1 50. J
Gentlemen's fine Silk Scarfs AH our SOc,
75c and $1 Scarfs reduced to 25c.
Gentlemen's genuine British Socks full
regnlar, reduced from 20c to 12)c. I
Boys' Star Shirt Waists reduced froin 75c
Ladies' Bibbed Cotton Vests.reducea from
22c to 12)c.
Ladies' Gauze Vests reduced from 25c to
Ladies' Balbriggan Tests reduced from
38c to 25c.
Ladies' fine Gauze Vests reduced , from
50o to 38c I
Ladies' Silk Vests reduced from $1 to 75c.
Ladies' regular made Hose, 20 styles to
select Irom, reduced from 25o to 18c f
Ladies' Berlin Gloves reduced from' 25c to
Ladies' Pure Silk Gloves reducedlfrom
50c to 25c
Celebrated Bradley Blankets
On sale this morning.at three-fourths value.
Newfresn and clean, but with slight mill
imperfections that Hurt neltner appearance
nor wear. BUT THEY ABE NOT JUST
Just 37 of them, i to 8) lbs, at three
fourths real value TO-DAY.
Will they go by small lots to families
or by tbe entire lot to some hotelf
Small lot of beaded shoulder wraps with
prices that show we are determined to close
out summer stuffs these go to-day (Satur
day). Tbe ti ones at SI 60.
Tbe t6 ones at S2 50.
Ibe 3 ones at 8 00.
Gent's furnishings to-day.
New Fall Neckwear. Bargain lots of
-summer underwear. Flannel shirts that
shrink only in price: profit by the shrink
age. Blazers, only a few and only (1 50
each. Best white shirts made. Bargains in
percales, and other things to interest the
Bargains in ladies' wear all summer
stuffs half price and less.
B0GGS & BUHL,
115,117,119,121 Federal st, Allegheny.
YOU CAN PICK UP IN
MAMMOTH MD GIGUraO STORE.
BARGAINS IN CLOTHING, HATS. FURNISHING GOODS
WL L 'V
"jif " "3"W
Detachable Umbrella Covers.
Tbe old, worn out coTers can be taken off
and the new one replaced in the space of A.
VERY FHW MINUTES. They come in
Gloria, Windsor and Pure Silk. Prices ranee
at SI 75. $2, C3 2S, 12 50 and $3 eacb. We are the
sole airents In Pittsburg. Bring; In your old
Umbrella and see how qulcklylt can be made
Fleishman & (Jo.,
taut that chil
dren erow up
bare every de
before it is too
late. Dr. Orr
has bad eminent
success for over
At . JT-r-r,- ." ?"""
uuoacs ml wdiubo, ajopepsii, caiarrii, tumors,
cancers, etc. Bis two associate doctors have
also made chronic diseases a special study.
Persons desiring medical or surgical treatment
by doctors of medicine can call at 720 Peon
avenue during office hours, viz., 10 to 11.30 A. m.,
2 to 4 and 7 to 8 7. K. Consultation free.
Terms moderate. aul4-
WHICH ARE NOT OBTAINABLE ELSEWHEBE.
ELIXIR OF OPIUM
Is a preparation of the Drug bywhich its in
jurioas effects are removed, while the valuable
medicinal properties are retained. I possesses
all tbe sedative, anodyne, and antispasmodic
powers of Opium, but produces no sickness of
the stomach, no vomiting, no costive ness, no
headache. In acute nervous disorder s it Is an
invaluable remedy, and Is recommended by tho
E, FERRETT, Agent,
372 Pearl St., New York.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTX Jl VENUE.
ana 2 months,
120 F. M., CUABLES
August 23. 1S89. at
crrwAW, aged 69 years
Our goods are too solid in
quality to admit of sky-rocket
talk. Though we don't make
a great hurrah over them, the
prices are extremely low.
It will be a difference of a
number of dollars to you if
you buy clothing now that
you will need within the next
two months, or early next fall.
Taught Cay and Evening at
For Terms ca 1 at the Collece Offlca
49 Fifth Avenue.
JAS.- LfNECL & BKO.,
BOILERS, PLATE AND SHEET-IBON
PATENT BHEET IRON ANNEALINO
with an Increased capacity and hydraulic
machinery we are prepared to furnish all work
In our line cheaper and better than by the old
methods. Repairing and general machine
work. Twenty-ninth street and Allegheny Val
lev Railroad. ie5-65.TT3
STEAMERS AND EXCURSIONS.
IT MAY BE A SUIT OR COAT, a pair of Pants or a Vest, a
Boy's Suit, a Hat, any kind of Furnishing Goods, or aj'pair of
Shoes, to fill out the remainder of this season and for early fall
wear. No matter what it is you want, a Closing Out Pricb
has been put on all a price that will surprise and please you.
There'll be LOTS OF NEW FALL GOODS HERE BY SEP
TEMBER 1. They're coming every day, and 'tis to make
ROOM FOR 'EM that we're rushing out our Summer Stock.
Low-water mark in prices will make high-water mark in trade.
That is what we're after; this is what we mean to have.
FOR THE PAST THREE WEEKS MEN have had a picnic
with our Great $6, $j 50, 8 and $10 SUITS. These bargains
will be continued until the end of this month, providing of
course they are not disposed of before then. Machinists,
Mechanics, Mill Men, Street Car Employes, Steamboat Men,
Railroad Men, Clerks, Laborers, in fact, all who desire to dress
welt for a lower price than they think, possible, should come
early and inspect these suits.
N A FEW WEEKS MORE BOYS' VACATIONS WILL GIVE
WAY TO STUDY. The country, the seashore and the various
other health-giving means have been hard on the wardrobe.
New Suits, New Pants, New Shirts and Waists are in order.
We have them by the thousands made for hard wear for
healthy, hearty, romping boys. You know our claim PRICES
LOWER THAN ELSEWHERE.
Our Advance Stock of Fall Overcoats Received. -
Ready for Inspection. Ready for Buying.
Batting every Wednesday from Philadelphia
and Liverpool. Passenger accommodations lor
all classes unsurpassed. Tickets sold to and
from Great Britain and Ireland. Norway, Swe
den, Denmark, etc.
PETER WRIGHT 4 SONS,
General agents. 307 Walnut st Philadelphia.
FuU information can be bad of J. J. MoCOR
MICK, Fourth avenue and Smithfleld street.
LOUIS MOESER, 616 Smithfield street.
By a thorough kne Pledge ot the n
wmen govern we opt rations oi Ql,
nuinuon,ana ana oy careiuia
nne properties oi well selected loco:
has pro rided our bre kfast tables i
cately flavored bevei tge which mi
many neavy aoctors' ills. Itisbytl
ue ui buca articles o: oiet mat a
may be gradually but : up until st
to resist every tender :v to dise-iiu
of subtle maladies areTfloatlnp arm
to attack wherever thtre is a weak!
may escape many a fatal shaft by !
selves wed fortified with pure blood
erly nourished frame." Civil Si
.., g-Mw .WWW.
ade dmnlv with boilinr water n
only in nail pound tins by Gi
And Now He Ilai Been Robbed of All of Ills
tsrzcui. TELZGEAX TO tot DtsrATcn.i
New Castle, August 23. Last March
"William Huston, a farmer oi Wilmington
township, nine miles from this city, drew
all his money, $1,600 from the Lawrence
County National Bank. He had no faith
iu banks, and determined to take the
money home for safe keeping. Some time
last night thieves enterecVhis house, which
is located in a lonely country road, and
stole the entire amount, which was kept in
The robbery was not discovered until this
morning. No clue has Deen obtained of the
robbers, but it is thought that the robbery
was done by persons acquainted with the
Fob a disordered liver try Beecham's Pills.
Peaks' Soap tbe purest and best ever made
THE EXCHAXTED flA VR1W. J"?
gallant Prince and beautiful Princess and the
Funeral service at tbe family residence on
Boquet street, Oakland, on JIoxday, August
SCHARTZ On Friday morning, August 23.
1889, at S o'clock, Katie Schabtz, daughter
of Nicholous and Margaret Hary, In her 23d
Fnneral services from the residence of her
patents, corner Twenty-eighth and Jane
streets, Twenty-fourth ward, on Scndat
aiternoos-, at 1 o'clock. Friends ot the
family are kindly invited to attend.
TRIMBLE On Thursday, August 22, 1889, at
-ju a. ju vuiuL nujLZicus XKIABX.E, in her
Funeral from her husband's residence, No.
60 Locust street. Allegheny, on Saturday,
August 24, at 2 o'clock T. it. Friends of the
family are respectfully Invited to attend.
'USXLLISON At Permville. Fa.. Ann.iii
1889, at 6.15 p. jr., O. P. Wrmsoir, aged 72
Fnneral from his late residence, Satiteday
August 21.1839. at 2 p. X. 2 '
Sixth street and Penn avenue.
Hon of the
th a dell-
v gave us
:nd us ready
and a uroo-
-TTTH1TE STAB LINK-
rOB QtJEEiJSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
Boyal and United States Mall 8teamers.
Oermanle, Aug. 237am
Britannic, Sept. 4, 1 p m
Adriatic, Sept. 11. 7 a m
"Teutonic. tient.l&. noon
JTrora White Star dock.
Britannic. Uct. 2. 11am
Adriatic, Oct.9,S:p m
Teutonic, Oc.lS, 10.3O a
root oi westrectn at.
Second cabin on these steamers. Saloon ratea.
50 and upward. Second cabin. 33 and upward,
accordlnr to steamer and location of berth. Ex
cursion tickets on favorable terms. Steerage. R0.
White Star drafts payable on demand In all tbe
principal banks throughout Great Britain. Ap
ply to UOIIN J. MCCUKMICK, 401 Smithfleld St..
PltUbnrtr, or J.BKUUKlSHA, General Agent,
41 Broadway, Hew York. an21-42
300 to 400 Market Street
WE ABE SHOWING ALREADY FALL STYLES
LONG BRANCH, N.j
Hesby "W"Al.TEH,Prop'r., Jho. B.UCTXLOSSKS,
Manager, late of Hotel DuquesnejPitubnrr.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
Largest and most prominently lofcated hotel
witb a new and nrst-class RestauraCt attached.
850 chairs. Open all the year. Coalnes to and
from Beaxh and Trains. Brophy'a 1 Orchestra.
jeaj-ai UH.AHL1K8 MJGLAU.K.
NEW YORK TO T.TVKHPOOT. Via
TOWN, IfBOM riEH NORTH ET
JTAST EXPRESS MAIL SERVICE.
Auranla. Ang. 24, Jp Ml Gallia, Sept. 11, 6:30 A x
Bothnia, Ang. 28,6:30 a m Etrarla, Sept. 14. 9 am
TJmbrla, Aug-.3L8:30 AM(Anranla,gept.21,2i3PM
Serrla. Sept. 7, 3 PM i!otbnlxbept.2S,5J0AM
ioia passage, tou, fou anu siuu; raiermeaiaie.
IS. Steerage tickets to and from all parts of
.urone at verv low nui.
VEUNON H. BUUWN A CO., General Agents,
4 Bowling Green, New York.
J. J. MCCORMICK. Agent.
fourth ave. and Smithfleld St., Plttsbnrs.
To Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin
FROM NEW YORK EVERY THURSDAY.
Cabin passage ss to S50. according to location
of stateroom. Excursion 65 to S90.
SUerage to and from Europe at Lowest Bates.
AUSTIN BALDWIN ft CO., General Agents,
63 Broadway. New Yor.
J. J. McCORMICK, Agent, Pittsburg. Pa.
At prices that cannot be undersold for same quality of goods.
Lot No. i. All-wool Stockinette, $a 75. Lot No. 3. All-wool Stockinette, $3 95.
Lot No. 3. All-wool Stockinette, 3 45. Lot No. 4. All-wool Stockinette, 3 75.
Lot No. 5. All-wool Stockinette, 4 5a Lot No. 6. All-wool Stockinette, 5 00.
Lot No. 7. All-wool Stockinette, 5 75. Lot No. a All-wool Stockinette, 7 45.
We guarantee these goods to be perfect-fitting and well made la every respect.
Sizes 33 to 44.
Our own importation of guaranteed Fast Black
Has arrived and Is open for inspection. It consists of three brands, viz: HE RMS
DO RF PURE DYE, THE ONYX, THE INDELIBLE BLACK. We have ail
sizes for Ladies, Misses and Infants, at prices ranging from 19c to 50c, all excellent
OTZBHETffc ILSTIEj-W" GOODS.
Ladle fancy Lisle Hose, 37c and 44c worth 75c. Ladles fine fancy Silk
Hose, 75c, worth $1 35. Ladies' nne English Cashmere Hose, 50c,
NEW VELVETRIBBONS, black and colors.
NEW CHATELAINE BAGS, 48c to S3.
NEW BELTS, SILK UMBRELLAS, NEW JERSEYS and BLOUSES'
at attractive prices. '
510, 512, 514 MARKET ST. AND 27 FIFTH AVENUE.
3ynonsriDA.75r3 -a.ttg-"ctst 19.
JAMES ARCHIBALD & BRO
LIVERY AND HALE STABLES.
117, 119 and 1S8 Third avenue, two doors below
Smithfleld st, next door to Central HoteL
Carriages for funerals, S3. Carriages for oDeraa.
parties, 4c, at the lowest rates. All new car!
riages. Telephone communication, rayl-ll-ris
I) EPRESENTED IN MTTSBURQ IN 153
ASSETS . . t3fm,690l.
Insurance Co. of North America.
ixisses aojostea ana paia dj WILLIAM L
WESTERN INSURANCE CO.
NO. ill WOOD 8TREET.
ALEXANDER NIMICK, President.
JOHN R JACKSON. Vl pTm...
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Take jour choice. They are
Hie Finest, Bie Best, Tie Oldest
That money can bay. or can be had at
Everv brand we? offer von has the exirt .
we claim for it, and it Is a well-known fact that
any one of these favorite brands can be de
pended upon in sickness and family nse gener
ally. Yon cannot go wrong by making your se
lection from the following Est:
LOOK AT THE PRICES.
Pare 8-year-old exportOaekenheimerWhisky,
fall quarts. SL or $10 per dozen.
Overbolt Pure Rye, five years olifull quarts.
Finch's Uolden Wedding, ten years old, fall
quarts, Jl 25. or 112 per dozen.
Danville's Old Irish Whisky, .quarts, $1 60, or
115 per dozen.
Ramsay's Old Bcotch Whisky, dlstillerv at
lilay, II B0 per bottle, foil quart
XtaS.'" SX 'Wih7' Ju,,t"'rr at North
4ut vvuk-, 9. iw p. wiuo, auu qaftrs.
wo guarantee posHiy protection in regard
to tbe parity of oar Wines, Whiskies. Brandies
and Gins. ,
Our California Wines costless money and are
far supetlorin body and flavor to all others.
Fall quarts, 60 centsfor 85 per dozen.
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165, 167 and 169 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY, PA
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WITH THE'FEW EElVlAINING BARGAINS.
The shelves must bi
The profit is all yours.
Final cut in DRESS G
5c a yard. Double fold G
Double fold Henrietta
40-inch Henriettas, all col
Henriettas 35, 40 and 50
year round. 42-inch al
6-4 wide Ladies'' Cloth, e:
35 and 30c, 'all-wool, suit:
plaids, forsuits and coral
75c, $1 and fi 35.
cleared for the incoming fall stock. We know they will be cleared. The boom is on. How prices win the day.
kPlenty of goods to select from and lots of time to use them if you come at once. ,
ODS of every kind. Colored dress goods
shmere 10c Double fold De Seiges 10c.
nish Cashmeres, all colors, 15, 20 and 25a
rs, 37rec 40-mcn ail-wool uasnmeres ana
are worth one-half more and good all the
wool Serges 25 and 31c, have sold at 50c
tra good quality, 45 and 50c Colored'Tricots
ble all the falL Imported fancy stripes and
inations, at 50, 60 and 75c, are reduced from
Don't forget the bar,
ment and the slaughter plices on all WASH
Challis, Scotch Gingham, Lawns, etc
- It wm pay evrjr-oMl witbia a radius of
us this week.
ains all through the BLACK GOODS depart-
GOODS such as Satines,
100 miles to come And lee
ROOM FOR EXPOSITION.
LACE CURTAINS. Thse are goods you like to buy all the year
round if the prices are right. We have 2,000 pairs Nottingham Curtains
we want to sell this month, ranging in price from 50c to $6 a pair; such
values have never been seen in this market It will be a pleasure to
show them to you and convince you of this fact.
CARPET DEPARTMENT. For the balance of this month yott
can carpet your rooms from our stock at about half the regular price.
Previous to the arrival of ihe fall stock we offer Body Brussels 65c,
worth tx; at 75c, worth $1 25. Tapestry Brussels 40 and 45c, worth
60c. Ingrains, extra Supers, etc., at same cut prices. Rugs, Mats and
Mattings all reduced. v '
Similar low prices and.good values found in our Silk Department
Linen Department, Hosiery and Glove Department, Cloak and Sail'
Department and the other 50 departments in the house.
Mail orders solicited and promptly filled at lowest prices.