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THE PtTTSBTTRG ,DISPATOH, - FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER "6 1889.
1ESS 1W 150,000
Is to Cover the Cost of Transforming
All Allegheny's Lights.
WESTINGHOUSE TO GET THE JOB,
And the Citj to Shine Under the Detroit
MAYER HAS BOODLE.
AN IMPOETASr KORTHSIDE CONTEACT
The Allegheny Councils Gas Committee
last night recommended the awarding of
the contract for the purchase of an electric
light plant for lighting the city to the
"Westinghouse Electric Light Company for
The committee reported the following
Westinghonse Company, for the plant with
Detroit towers $141,155, with Indianapolis Jen
ney towers. S136.15S. Fort Wayne and Indianapo
lis Jenney Companies, with tbe Star iron tower,
140,195. Brush Electric Compauv. with Detroit
Company tower. Phoenix plant, 160.901 83;
"Westinghouse plant, S159.P66 t3; Buckeye plant,
156,101 83: Mcintosh i. Seymour plant, 166,.
856 S3; Ball plant. 159,980 S3.
In addition the "Westinghouse Company
stated that they would include the Star
Iron Compan'y tower or any other tower
instead of those mentioned if it was so de
sired. Mr. Miller offered a resolution providing
ior the adoption of the report of the sub
committee, the approval oi the bid of
the "Westinghouse Company at $141,158,
with Detroit Company towers, and the
recommendation of the same to Councils.
At this juncture the agents of the Detroit
Tower Companv and the Star Iron Tower
Company engaged in a dispute as w the
merits of their towers.
Mr. Steffin next moved that Mr. Miller's
resolution be amended by substituting the
Star Iran Company's tower for the Detroit
Company's tower, in the awarding of the
contract to the "Westinghouse Company.
Mr. Lindsay further amended by having a
bond of indemnity filed, and Mr. Kennedy
added that a special bond be required in the
matter ot towers.
Upon motion of Mr. Kennedy the
O'Bierne mast-arm was adopted; also the
"Westinghouse compound engine, and an ar
rangement that for three years from the date
of contract the company will furnish ad
ditional material at the prices in their bid.
The original resolution was then adopted
as amended without discussion. The con
tract is for a plant, including 52 towers,
with 216 arc lights, 100 mast irons, with one
lieht each, and 2,130 incandescent lights.
Fifteen of the towers will be 125 feet high
and 37 will be 150 feet high.
The only other business disposed of was
the indefinite postponement of the or
dinances granting the Brilliant and Meri
dian Electric Light Companies the right to
erect poles in the city for the purpose of
supplying citizens without light. This ac
tion was taken on motion of Mr. Kennedy
The Governor Dm Secured the Money
Kcccaaary to Complete the Work at
JounstoTvn All tbe News
From Nearby Towns.
rSFECUI. TW.ECUAM TO THE DISPATCH.1
Johxstowu, September 5. Captain
Hamilton has received orders from Gov
ernor Beaver to go ahead and employ as
many men as necessary in clearing up the
town as fast as the Board ot Health make
condemnations. Dr. Lee, of the Board, has
not yet returned, but as he was known to be
favorable to pushing the work, it is believed
now that the intention is to put the whole
town in a good sanitary condition. Jnst
what the arrangements are is not known,
but it is presumed that the Governor has
made some arrangements to get tne money.
In accordance with the directions from Gov
ernor Beaver to push thowotkof cleaning up
the town, Captain Hamilton to-day hired every
man he conld find that wanted work. There
will bo no trouble In getting teams, but there
is a scarcity of laborers, and It is likely that &
considerable number will have to be engaged
elsewhere if a large force Is to be put on. As a
consequence of the movement to push along
the work ihere is much activity to-day. and
everybody feels that about the proper thing
has been done, although it would have been
better to have hurried tbe work more months
At a meeting of the Cambria County liar As
sociation yesterday expressive resolutions were
adopted regarding the death of three of tbe
members who were drowned in the flood. The
members of tbe Board of Health at last admit
that there is a great deal of sickness prevailing
here now. Malarial and. typhoid fevers seem
to be tbe worst diseases, although a great many
people are suffering from nervous prostration.
A member of tbe Board of Health to-day said
tnat tne present hot weather greatly aggra
vated tbe diseases. The present indications
are that the death rate among the flood
sufferers will be large.
juost or the vagrants that are picked up now
are given about 30 days on the street, and to
day there were 3 at work under guard.
Killed Himself by gvrnllowlnB Faint.
Columbus, September 5. A post mortem
developed the fact that Samuel Wyrrlck, the
Preble county convict who died at tbe peni
tentiary Monday, committed suicide by drink
ing paint. His Body has been turned-over to a
JUnrriage Licenses Granted Yesterday
I It. G Crothers S't.tsnrf:
1 Margaret J. McKee ttttsburg
f Archie Steel S!"0?
I Leanno Cochran Pittsburg
George W. Kobinson , Pittsburg
I Hattfe Menary Coraoplfi
5 Henry Berg Verona
j Casslo Autlf....... Pittsburg
IHobert Beatson McKeesport
I Elizabeth A. Whttmore Keynoldton
I Orla D. "Williams H1!5!!"
) Mary Qalnn Pittsburg
I Lawrence Gibson Pittsburg
f Hannah Connolly Plttsbnrg
(Thomas B. Jones Allegheny
Amanda M. Karasey Allegheny
J Hugh Thompson Pittsburg
juary tainn.. ........... ............. .v"6
jJacob Harnett...' Plttsburc
(Kebccca Jovlnss;y Pittsburg
(Mlchalev Jlorroz Allegheny
J Martha fcubrlikl Allegheny
IJohnF. Rusell..i West Bellevue
J Laura V. Whit Allegheny
(James L. Kelly. Allegheny
J Lena E. Webner ., Allegheny
(John V. Beveriago McCandlcss township
IKmma Toogood JlcCandless township
( William Mendel Allegheny
J Llirle flelmeycr Allegheny
(Andrew J. Davis Knoxvllle borough
t Clntna McDancl Sbarpsburg
I Robert Heeht Pittsburg
1 Catharine fallwa Pittsburg
jncorjre T. Marshall Pittsburg
IMlnnio E. Brettell Pittsburg
OUR NEW GOODS
The late purchases of our Mr. Wattles have
been received and opened. Wo think we show
the handsomest- assortment of goods in the
city. We cordially invite your Inspection at
our NEW STOKE,
37 FIFTH AVENUE.
THEY. WIMi APPEAL.
The Cigar Makers' lnlon Will Take Their
Lnbcl to a Higher Court.
rtPECIAI. TELEGHAN TO TUX DISPATCH. 1
Buffalo, September 5. "The Inter
national Cigar Makers' "Union will not sub
mit to the decision," said President Adolph
Strasser, of the International Cigar Mak
ers' Union, whose headquarters are in this
city. This remark was called out when
The Dispatch correspondent showed him
a dispatch from St. Lonis, which said that
in the United States Circuit Court there
Judge Thayer had rendered a decision to
the efTect that counterfeiting of the blue
label used on union band-made cigars can
not oe prevented or punished.
"I do not know," continued President
Strasser, "just how far Judge Thayer's
jurisdiction extends, and until I get tbe
text of the decision irom St. Louis I can't
telr you exactly what will be done. How
ever, the rights of the bine label have al
ready been tested in the St. Louis courts, a
permanent injunction having been granted
against counterfeit blue labels. The pres
ent case will be appealed, in all probability,
but if it should be found that a loophole has
been discovered in the Missouri trade mark
law, theft the law will be changed.
"The blue label has finally won everv
test case so far, and I have no lear in the St.
Louis case. Judge Thayer might with
equal reason decide that a man's signature
might be counterfeited with impunitv as to
decide as he has in this case. I think we
WILL A BITSTERT.
No Arrest Have Yet Been Blade for the
Beaver Falls Murder.
rsr-Ecni. telegram to thx disfatcii.i
Beaver Falls, September!!!. This evening
an inquest was held on tbe remains of William
Spencer, who was shot .by unknown parties in
this place last nlcht. The inquest was ad
journed until Saturday, the 11th inst, to allow
the Coroner to get additional evidence. But
one witness, a tramp named James Kelly, from
Smoky Hollow, Youngstown, was examined.
He was with Spencer when he was shot.
The others all fled and no arrests have yet
been made. Kelly's evidence threw no light
on tbe affair. So far nothine has been heard
Irom tbe reported home of the mnrdered man.
The body still lies at the undertaking estab
lishment. P1TTSBUKG WILL FUENISH
A System of Electric Lighting for a Llvo
rFFECIAI. TELEGRAM TO TITS DISrATOIt.1
WAEKEJf, September 5. Under tbe superin
tendence of T. J. Bray, formerly of Pittsburg,
reconstruction of the old plant and the addi
tion of new structures and machinery to the
extent of 5100,000 are being rnhed by a big
force ot men at tbe Pace Tube Works, which
are expected to be in full operation by Octo
The Board of the City Council are observing
the Pitttburg electric light system with a view
of putting such in here. The Westinghouse
people are thought to have a successful bid in.
MACKENZIE JACKSON Thursday, Sep
tember 5, 1SS9, at 7 P. M., by Rev. Mackay, at
St. Peter's Church, Roderick Mackenzie
and Axxe Jackson, daughter of J. B. Jack
McCAJNCEKAFPEL-September 5. 1689,
at the residence of the hrlde's mother, 601 Fifth
avenue, by Rev. A. A. Mealy, Mr. Robert U.
McCauce and Miss Millie It. Kappel, both
of Pittsburg, Pa.
PERSHING REYMER On Tuesday even
ing, September 3, 18S9, at the residence of the
bride, 203 Western avenue, Allegheny, by the
Rev. B. P. Woodburn, D. D., Mr. James H.
Peeshlkg and Miss Martha K. Reymeb.
The Grcnt West Virginia Count.
rPFECIAI. TELEGEAM TO THE DISrATCH.l
Tebra Axta, W. Va., September & The
net result of to-day's work by the Gubernator
ial Commission was the loss of 28 G off votes in
Doddridge county. Fleming gained 10 in
Ritchie and in Tyler. Goff gains 2 votes, and
In Tncker. the examination of which is not
concluded. Goff lost 10. Tbe examination of
Tucker will be concluded to-morrow.
To Hunt for the Volatile.
ISrSCTAI. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH :
Mansfield, Pa., September 5. The Oak
dale Gas Company, just organized, has leased
several thousand acres of farming land at Shtr
land, Allegheny county, and will begin opera
tions for oil or gas next week. The Baldwin
well at Noblestown has given them much en
couragement, and the gas supply there is good.
BLUEMTjING On Thursday. September 6,
1SS9, at 12.30 A. at., Peter Bluemlino, aged
Funeral on Saturday, September 7, at 9.80
A. il, from his residence on Main, near Eigh
teenth street, Sharpsburg. Friends of the
family are respectfully Invited to attend.
BIER Suddenly on Wednesday. September
4. 1889, at 5 P. si., Frederick Bier, aged 60
j cars, 8 months and 13 days.
Funeral on Friday at 2 P. x. from his late
residence. Forward avenue. Twenty-second
ward, Four Mile Run. Friends of the family
are respectfully Invited to attend.
BRAUN Entered Into rest on Tuesday
evening. September 3, 1889, at 5:50 o'clock,
Adam Braux, aged 72 years and 1 month.
Fnneral will take place from his late resi
dence, Shaler township, Butler pike, on Fri
day afternoon, at 2 ojcloclc Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
BURNS On Wednesday, September L 1889,
at 2 o'clock F. if., addie. youngest son oi
596 d02. CORSETS, 39c
These, among other BANKRUP.T GOODS
make this a ,
in midsummer, which conclusively proves the
merits of this
of tho entiro stock of J. R, ANDERSON, in
Wool Dress Goods,
138 Federal St, Allegheny, Pa.
B. fc B.
Friday, September 6.
JUST OUT OF BOND!
SIX (6) CASES
Our own direct importations.
New Tapestries and
The largest, and we believe the
"Don't Act First and tT SL"Q I"'
A larger number of new things;
more exclusive goods; a larger as
sortment altogether than we ever
The best goods in the largest
assortment popular prices.
ELEGANT BLACK SILKS,
New Light Weight Long Wraps.
New Jackets, i
Children's Wraps and Suits.
Tho Randall CInb Frepnres to Celebrate
nnd Do Political Work.
There was a largely attended meeting of
the Randall clubbers last night, J. P.
Fleming presiding;) John J. McCaffrey,
The following was telegraphed the Demo
cratic nominee for State Treasurer:
Hon. E. A. ilUrler:
The Randall Club of this city tthonoredin
the selection of one of its members as the
standard bearer of the Democratic party. It
congratulates you on your nomination for
mate .treasurer; heartily indorses the princi
ples enunciated by the convention and pledces
you the support of its 600 members and the re
sources of the club at the election in Novem-
J. P. FLEMING,
As the club will be five years old on Octo
ber 1, it was decided to celebrate that birth
day in fitting style at the clubhouse with
speeches, music and a supper. Owing to
the large membership it was decided that
none hut members should be admitted.
Seventeen new members were elected.
Alex. "Wilson. John J. McCosker and
Thomas B. Foley were appointed a commit
teeto assign the members of the club to
active duty in their respective election dis
tricts. It is intended to have Randall Club
men at the polls on "lection day in every
district in which the club has a resident
LDTC11EKS DEXI JT.
They Say They Are Not Polluting Stream In
Several Allegheny butchers, whose slaugh
terhouses are loc-ted near Butcher's run,
are somewhat indignant over Health Officer
Bradley's animadversions on their disposal
of reiuse. Conrad Dietz, who is high
np on the stream, says that his offal
is carted awav three times a
vreek by "Walker. He thinks Mr.
Bradley is empowered, bv ordinances, to
stop at any time the work of butchers who
may be throwing their refuse into the water
courses, and he does not believe that an v
butchers are doing such work.
Mr. Bradley says that offal lias been found
in the water course immediately below Mr.
Dietz slaughter house, and that he has been
warned not to allow it to occur again.
BEDFORD BPiUKGS SASITAEIDlf.
ThlrtT-nlne Acres Added to the Popatar
Pennsylvania Sninmcr Resort.
rSrSCIAZ. TKLIGKAVI TO TUE DISPATCB.J
Bedford, Pa., September B. One of the
most important transactions of real estate
that has transpired here for some time was
consummated to-day. It's a tract of land
consisting of some 39 acres, adjoining the
lands of the Bedford Springs Company, the-l
purchaser being Mr. "William D. Jones, of
jtijiiuucijui. mi. iMJou ii acting lor a
syndicate, composed of Pittsburg and Phila
delphia capitalists, who propose to erect a
sauitariuni, completely equipped with all
the necessary appliances, where invalids
who visit this resort in search of health can
be properly cared for and treated. The san
itarium ii to coit between fGO.000 nnd
COXSECTICOrS BLUE LAWS.
Ritid Rules of Conduct That Were In
Force 250 Venn Aao.
BTKATFonD, Conn., September 5. The cele
bration to-day of the two hundred and fiftieth
anniversary of the Congregational Church here
calls to mind some of the old Connecticut blue
laws, which were in force when our forefathers
sat and shivered in the old church. Here are
samples of them:
No man shall be a freeman or give a Tote nnless
he be converted and a member in full communion
of one of the churches allowed In this dominion.
No man shall court a maid, in person or by let
ter, -without obtaining consent or her parents- XS
penalty for tbe flrst offense. 10 for the second.
au. u .us .u.iw -U.U.M.WUUACU. uuiiuk iue pleas
ure of the Conrt.
No one shall run on tbe Sabbath day, or work in
his garden, or clsenhcre. except reverently to
and from meeting.
No one (ball travel, cook victuals, make beds,
sweep lioute, cut hair, or share on the Sabbath
So woman Shall kiss her child on the Sabbath or
None 6hall buy or sell lands without permission
of tbe (selectmen.
A drunkard shall have a master appointed by
Whosoerer Dubllshes a lie to the nrptnrfin nftvt.
neighbor shall be set In the stocks or be whlnned
: set In the stocks or be whipped
No one shall read Common Prsvpr liwiV. van
Christmas or set days, make minced pies, dance;
play cards, or play on any Instrument ofmnslc
except tbe drum, trumpet, orjewsliarp.
No food or lodging shall be offered to a Quaker.
Adamite, or other heretic. '
ir any person turns Quaker be shall be banished
and not suffered to return but on pain of death
No Koman Catholic priest shall abide in the do
minion: he shall be banished and suffer death on
A EIKGULAK SUPERSTITION.
Because He Believed It a Cnnmberabnrc
Sinn Was Sent to Prison.
CnAiiBERsnuno, September G. George
Bowermaster, of Cumberland county, was be
fore Judge bteuart here to-day, charged with
bigamy, and the defense set up by him re
vealed a queer "superstition that is current
among country people. The defendant did not
deny tbe second marriage, which took place in
this county, bnt attempted to justify it on tbe
ground that he did not think bo was really
married to wife No. L
It appears that while tbe first marriage cere
mony was being performed, the groom and
bride accidentally parted their hands, and
Bowermaster was told afterward that this
made tbe marriage not binding, and that this
was a common superstition among tbe people.
Judge Stcuart did not take much stock in this
explanation, and gave Bowermaster one year
in the penitentiary.
nard and Mary Ann Burns, aged 1 year 2
months 21 days.
Funeral from the residence of his parents,
Bates street, near Second avenue, Fourteenth
ward, on Friday, the 6th inst, at 2 o'clock p.
si. Friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend. 2
CAMPBELL Wednesday. September 4. at
305 P. It, CnABl.ES Campbell, of Loitrim,
County Down, Ireland, in the 17th year of his
Funeral from the residence of his uncle, John
Campbell, No. 72 West Jefferson street'Alle
gheny, Friday at 2 r. ii. 2
DIFFENBAUH At his residence, Hoev
eler street. Nineteenth ward, on Thnrsdav.
Septembers, 18S9. at 6 A. St., Fbedebiok DlF
fenbacu, in his list year.
Funeral services on SUNDAY, Septembers,
at 2 r. M. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. 3
ENGLISH On Wednesday. September 4.
at 8 p. n., Elizabeth English, aged 82
service will be held at her late resi
dence, 66 West Jefferson street, Allegheny. Pa.,
Fbiday, September 6, at 3 r. M. Interment
EWING On Thursday morning, September
5, I8S9, at 2:30 o'clock, Laura Allen, wife of
D. K. Ewing, Jr., in her 38th year.
Funeral services at the residence of Win.
Ewing, Jr., Ewmg's Mills. Pa., on Saturday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend.
ERHARDT On Wednesday morning. Rep.
tember i, 1&S9, Geoeqe Ebhabdt, aged 75
Funeral Fbiday, September 0, 1SS9. at 8.30 a.
jr., from residence of bis son, Wm. Erhardt, 122
Mulberry alley, city. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend. 2
GILLESPIE At his residence, Boule
vard, East End (lorrens station), on Wednes
day evening, September 4, at 9 o'clock, James
Gillespie, aged 61 years.
Funeral service 2 o'clock Friday after
noon. Interment private. Carriages will leave
T. B. Moreland's livery stable, Penn avenue,
East End, for tho residence at 1:15 p. n.
JOHNSTON On Thursday morning, Sep
tember 5, 18SS, Mrs. Bessie Johnston.
Funeral from tbe residence of her daughter,
Mrs. Jennie McClelland, 57 Twenty-first street,
Saturday at 2 o'block.
MORRIS Tuesday, September 8, 1S89, Rob
ekt R. Morris, in his 47th year.
Funeral services from his late residence,
Crafton, on arrival of train leaving Union
depot at 1:05, city time, Friday, September 6.
McDONODGH On Wednesday. September
4. 18S9, at 705 o'clock P. M., Ann, wife of John
McDonough, in ber 78th year.
Funeral from the residence of her sou, Pat
lick McDonongb, Salt Works station, B. & O.
R. R.. on Fbiday, the 6th inst, at S20 o'clock
A. IL Services at St. Stephen's Church. Hazel
wood, at 9 a. M. . Friends of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend.
McKEE At Wilkinsburg, Pa., on Thursday.
September 5, 1889, at 2.30 A. M., Robert W.,
youngest child of H. H. and Jennio A. McKee,
aged 11 months and 1 day.
Funeral will be held at the parents' resi
dence, corner Wood and North streets, Wil
kinsburg, Pa., on Friday, September 6.18S9,
at 2U p. 2t. .interment private at a later hour.
McGILVERY On Thursdav, September 4,
1SS9. at 10.30 P. M., Andrew, son of James and
Sarah McGilvery, aged 3 years and 10 months.
Funeral from the residence of his parents,
Carnegie avenue, between Fifty-second street
and McCandless avenue, on Friday, Septem
ber 6, at 2 r.K. Friends of tbe family are re
spectfully Invited to attend.
WIKTH September a 1S89. Irka, little
daughter of Adolph and Matbllde Wirth, aged
Funeral to take place Friday afternoon
at 3 o'clock, from parents' residence, 79 Locust '
street, Allegheny. Friends of the family are
respecuuuy invitea to attend.
All ASSURED FACT!
We mean the Pittsburg Exposition, which is
now thrown open for the inspection of the pub
lic in general. We have an exhibit there which
is now complete; our flrst display in one side of
the case consists of
FINE LACES AND LACE GOODS.
These cannot fall to interest and attract the
attention and admiration of the ladies, and the
gentlemen as well, who have bad their taste
cultivated up to the point of appreciation for the
beautiful in this line. In the opposite side
from the laces we make a display of
HIGH PARISIAN NOVELTIES IN
So arranged and applied on stands as to give
an idea as to the manner of using these really
artistic and beautifnl goods. Our line of new
trimmings, consisting of Fringes, Fronts,
Panels, Gimps, Galloons, Ornaments, Girdles,
etc., are now ready, as usual our stock is
large and contains every variety and style of
dress and wrap trimmings, in medium and
finest goods made. In tbe center section of the
case a small exhibit of
Is made, consisting of Neckwear, Fine Under
wear, Fine Half-Hose, Umbrellas, etc.
The display will be changed from time to
time, so that every time you visit the building
give us a dance, as you will be likely to see
something different each time.-
ALSO, GIVE OUR SI ORE,
41 FIFTH A. VENUE,
A VISIT AS WELL.
Think flrst and act afterward.
Think where you can get the most
for your money.
Think where you can get the best
for your money.
Think where you can get the
greatest variety for your money.
Bead the following list, then think
" and we know how you will aot.
JUST A HINT OF WHAT WE HAVE,
TAKEN AT RANDOM:
Paper backed novels from 5o upward.
Oloth-bound books Irom 25o up
ward. Letter paper, by the pound, from
Note paper, in boxes, from 80 up
ward per box.
A full line of Patent Medioines at'
Ladies' trimmed ohemises from
Ladies' trimmed drawers from 25o
Corset covers from 19o upward.
Extra nioe quality corset covers
(big bargain), 25c.
Night dresses at 50c and upward.
Infant's Slips 25o upward.
Infant's long cambric skirts 50o
Infant's complete outfits. '
Viotoria lawn aprons, tuoked, 25o
A full line of Patent Medicines at
A full line of household goods.
Samples of Opaline Powder given
BOGGS & BUHL,
115, 117,119, 12I,Federal sbf Allegheny.
IS AT HAND
. BOYS who have been away en
Joying their vaoation, return with
their clothing too seedy for sohool
wear. They'll need new Pants,
new Waists and perhaps a whole
Suit and Hat. No matter which,
parents will have no difficulty in
supplying thorn from our new Pall
Stock, which contains a complete
assortment of both medium and
heavyweight goods. Prices the
lowest In the two citiea We make
it a speoial point to have our
SOHOOL STJ1T3 extra strongly
made, whioh fact mothers will no
doubt appreciate. Fall Styles in
HATS now complete and open for
Fleishman & Cos
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506 and 508 Market si,
HORNE & WARD.
"Established Oyer Half a Century."
PHOTOGRAPHER, 16 SIXTH STREET,
A fine, large crayon portrait S3 SO; see them
before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets, $2 and
12 60 per dozen. PROMPT DELIVERY.
LONG BRANCH, N. J.,
Henbt WAx.TZB,Prop'r., is o. B. Schlosseb,
Manager, late of Hotel Dnquesne, Pittsbnrpr.
ATLANTIO CITY, N.J.
On the beach, with unsurpassed ocean view.
Salt-water baths In house.
E. ROBERTS & SONS.
STEA3XKUS AND EXCURSIONS.
EW YOEK TO LIVEKroOIi VIA QOTKN3-
TOWH, 1THOM P1E14 HOBTH BT
KA8T EXPRESS MAIL SEKV1CE.
Berrla, Sept. T.sru Bothnia,Sept.I5,5:30AM
Gallia, Sent. 11, 6:30 A MlUmbrla, Sept. 28.7:50 AM
Etrnrfa. Sept. 14. 9 A M Serria, Oct. 5, 2:30 P M
Auranla,Sept.zl.:i30r MiOallls, Oct. 9. 5: JO a x
Cabin passage, (60, SO and f 100; Intermediate,
(35. steerage tickets to and Torn all parts of
Europe at very low rates,
VERNON U. IJltOW S & CO., General Agents,
, 4 Howlinp Green, New York.
J. J. SIcCOKMlCK. Apent.
Fourth re. and Smlthfleld St., Plttsbnrf.
This Trade MarK Is ou our Winildws.
LADIES LOOKto YOUR FURS
and brine them tous NOW for REPAIRING,
REFITTING, REDVEING or MAKING
OVER into the newest FALL and WINTER
STYLES, which are now ready.
As we are daily getting busier in our Fur
manufacturing department, we would advise
those wishing anything done in this line NOT
TO DELAY, as wp can give more satisfactory
work NOW than when our winter rush comes.
441 WOOD STREET.
FIts Poors from Fifth avenue.
N. B. Inquiries by mall about above work
etc., receive our prompt and careful attention
Profits go to
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 man
It's possible for buyers to
save a heap of money on
their wardrobe at our rates.
Sixth street and Penn avenue.
THERE CAN BE
As to vhere you should buy
if economy is the object you
have m view.
TafloR, ClotMers aM Halters,
161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny.
Gratia with each Boy's Suit a
Vacuum Tipped Arrow Pistol and
se i 41-wtsu
H fi, CAMPBELL & SIS,
Our fall line ol Stainless Black' Cotton,
Lisle and Silk Hosiery is now complete,
both in Plain and Bibbed Children's Single
and Donble Enees.
This vast assortment is composed of tha
following celebrated brands, in light, me
dium and heavyweights, for Ladles, Misses,
Children and Hen, from 20o per pair to
finest quality. The makes we carry are:
Acco, Onyx, Gloria, Eclipse, J. & B,
Horley, Parisian, Silver Crowns, Daisy.
Every pair warranted.
Our Ingrain Stainless Black Hosiery has
been a wonderfnl success in Color, Wear
We bars a special drive in a ladies' In
gtain Black at 29c, worth 40c Also in a
Child's All Black Heavy Bibbed Hose at
29c, sizes 6J to 9.
This is the time and place to fit oat the
Sohool Children. We can certainly sal,)
. LOWEST PEI0E3.
Mail orders receive prompt attention.
710 P&nn avenue, 710.
Between Seventh and Eighth sts.
Double Barrel Breech Loader,
Sop action, Beboundinj; Bar Locks, all
Dprovements, same as cut, 20 00.
Double Barrel Muzzle leaders, J4 and up
Double Barrel Breech Loaders.SJ and up
Flobert Rifles, $2 and up.
100 Loaded Shells, J2.
Loading Tools. 35c, 75c, $1 23,
Paper Shells, 60c per 100.
IKI. SIMHTT'S, 934 Liberty St, Cor. Smithfield.
Send name and address for our Mammoth Illustrated Catalogue, mailed free of charge.
We have just received and have no'w ready for inspection,
beautiful China Dinner Sets, Pish Sets and a full line of nice
China, odd pieces, to which we invite the attention of the ladies.
R. P. WALLACE & CO.,
OPPOSITE ST. CHARLES.
School Opens Sept. 18th.
Yearly Exptnse, $300.
ur Paymsnts, J 125.
I elasslfles young men and boys at any time: fits them for Hoalne,.anT College, polrteeh.
for JV est I'olnt or Annapolis. Graduating classes. One of the best equipped and best man
Is. Good table. All stndents board with the .Principal. Teachrrs all men and gradnate
Admits and classifies 3
nic school, 10
ageascnoois. 000a table. AH stmlents board with the .Principal. Teachrrs all men and graduate
of first-class Colleges. Tine buildings; single or double rooms. Every room has In It a steam radiator
and Is completely furnished. Grounds (ten acres) for foothill, baseball, athletics, etc. Gymnasium.
Special opportunities for apt students to advance rapidly, rtlvate tutoring and special drill for back
ward boys. Patrons or students may select any liudlrs. or a Business, College-Preparatory. lee
trical, or ClyllvEnglneerlng course. Physical and ClK-mlcal Laboratory. Practical Business Depart
ment, Shorthand, Typewriting, etc., etc. More rally supplied with apparatus than any other ColTege
fittlng school. Media Academy affords every home comfort, tbe best education and the best training.
Fixed prices cover every expense. No examinations for admission. New Illustrated catalogue sent
free to any address. SW1THIN C. BHOKTtDUE, A. B., A. M. (Harvard Graduate). Principal and
Proprietor, Media, Pa. v
Media, Pa., near Phila.
School Opens Sept. 23th.
Yearly Expense, $500.
Two Payment!, $250.
FOR GIRLS AND YCUNG LADIES.
Wi Eastman'a Celebratad School.
Graduating Courses In Classics, Literature, Science, JIathematlc.3Iusle. Jlfxlern Languages. Twelve
accomplished teachers and lecturers. Superior Musical Department. School has an organ and eleven
pianos. Private tutoring for backward pupils. Individual 'attention. Small classes. Pupils sur
rounded by such restraints as are essential to their safety and happiness. New Illustrated circular free.
SW1TH1N C SnORTLIIKJE. A. M.fllirrmlX'llra.ln.K.I ?"V" lrB
ieS-ST MBS.BW1THIN C. SHUKTUDUE. .' Principal Medla, Pa.
Cash and Credit House,
923 and 925 Penn Ave.,
is the house for you to pat-.
ronize, it you want to save
money, and get dependable
and stylish merchandise.
Assets, January L 1887 ,668,839 6C
EDWARDS k KENNEY, Agents, "
OQ fourth avenue Pittsburg,
DO US THE FAVOR
TO SEE OUR EXHIBIT AT THE
Then be kind enough to call at the Store, 307 Wood street,
and we will show you the handsomest line of New Fall
Styles of Furniture, Carpetipgs, Eta, it has ever been your
pleasure to witness. Our prices are very low and the terms, '
should you desire a little time, we will make very easy.
PIONEERS OF LOW PRICES.
TO OTJE ZDTjE'W
FALL DRESS GOODS.
TTTHITE STAB LINK
JOB QUEENSTOWN AND LIVEEPOOL.
Boyal and United States Mall Steamers.
Adriatic, Sept. II. 7 a m
-jeuiomc, cepuis, noon.
Urltannlc. uct. 1 11 ji m
Prom White Star dock.
Adriatic, Oct. 5, 5:30 p m
Teutonic, uc.io, iu:wa m.
Germanic, Get. 23, Sp m
Britannic, Oct. 3a 10 am
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Llm.,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1134 Penn avenue. Tele
phone connection. mylO-W-MWFSU
Dyspepsla'a Victims are numberod by thou
sands. Do not continue in misery, but cire
Hood's Sarsaparilla a trial. The many re
markable cures it has effected warrant us in
ursine it upon your attention if you gutter
from indigestion, sick headache, biliousness or
other stomacn disorders. Be sure to
BLOOKER'S DUJCH COCOA,
150 CUPS FOB f L
jOJCEST.PmjESTrBEST. XBX IT.
JAMES M. FDLLERTON.
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
NO. 6 SEVENTH STBEET.
CHOIOE CUT FLOWERS AND SMILAX
A. M. C J". B. MURDOCH,
r A SMITHFIELD ST.
ulU Telcpbono 429. deO-H-JfWF
ftont of W.it'IVrthBL
'SeCOnd C&bln fin itipt. Itpsmapi Unlnnn rata.
SW and upward, becond cabin, S3S and upward,
according to steamer and location of bertu. Ex
cu,C?i?n tickets on favorable terms. Steerape. ?20.
white Star dralts payable on demand In all tbe
principal banks throughout Great Brltaiu. Ap
ply to JOHN J. McCOKUICK, 01 Smltbflcld St.,
Pittsburg, or J. BKUCEiSatA, General Agent,
41 Broadway, New York. se5-n.
165, 167 and 169 FEDERAL STREET.
ER .BROS. & CO.;
Sole Agents for the Davis Sewing Machine.
JOHN R. &A. MURDOCH,
Offer the choioest flowers and floral work in
any desired style.
508 Smithfield Street.
Telephone 239. seS-JTWT
p KFRESENTED IN ITlTSBUftU IN 13CI
ASSETS i 19,071,69851
Insurance Co, ofjforth America,
Igsses adjusted and paid by WILtLIM L
j tfv&o.orourui aTeuue. jajJHa-D
. ... M'snlio Express Service;
L VERPOOL via QUEENSTOWN.
Steamship "Cmr ay ItOiIE,fromi.ew York,
WEDNESUAY. Sept. IS, Oct. 18.
Saloon passage, ISO and upward: second-class, 130.
Steamers every Saturday from New York to
. , GLASGOW and LONDONDERRY.
Cabin passage to Glasgow, Londonderry, Liver.
pooh-fSO and sso. Second-class. fSo.
Steerage passage, either service, S20.
Saloon excursion tickets at reduced rates.
Travelers' circular letters of credit and drafts
lor any am ou at lssu ed at lowest cu rre nt rates.
For books or tours, tickets or information,
TArpp.'i?.,tS,BSWK1SON BBorHEBS. N. V., or
J;.rVoii.t;i?LAlclV. fourth and Smlthfleld: A. U.
2Oi,?.?'!fc.8U.4!.55mU.,lfl0ld"-. "Manure;; W.
SEMl'LE, Jr., l&SJfedcralst., Allegheny.
To Glasgow,' Belfast, Dublin
KROM NEW YORK EVERV THUR8DAY.
Cabin nassago 135 to fM. according to locatloa
of ststeroom, Excursion sss to 190.
Steerage to and from Europe at Lowest Sates.
AUSTIN BALDWIN CO.. General Agents,
MBroadwsy, MewYor. ..
j. j. Mccormick, Ajtot, puuburo. p.
-. . . '.i,iaK
This week we present you with the very newest and most desirable
materials, specially selected from the American, French and German
looms, with our same reliable prices. Come and look round. Not nec
essary to buy.
So pieces rich -Jamestown Plaids, Stripes, Mixtures and
Weaves, 25 and 37c. These are especially handsome.
52-inch Ladies' Cloths, extra weight, 45, 50, 65 and 75c
42-inch Tricots, all colors and black, 31, 370 and up.
Side Band Suitings, all-wool and superb quality, 62, 75 and 870.
The most elegant line of Black Goods of "all kinds, and superb
Silks. Prices interesting.
BLANKETS and FLANNELS.
Red' and white all-wool Country Blankets, full size, $3 pair. Mar
velously low for quality. You should see our stock before buying.
In our next we tell you all about the attractions in our new Suit and
Cloakroom, This department to be a grand specialty.. '
ALL GLEAE SAILING,
We find no trouble at all in selling goods. Whyl
The answer is -plain and simple. We have done
just what we promised to do when we commenced
our CLOSING O UT SALE. We have marked our
goods at such low prices that they sell themselves.
This together witJir the fact that onr goods cannot
be excelled anywliere in quality and that we have
sxich an endless variety makes them sell. Our stock
comprises Lamps, Glass, China and Queensware,
Cliandeliers, Clocks, Bronzes, Gas Fixtures, Cut
Glassware, Bric-a-Brac, High Art Patterns, Ped
estals, Easels, Bronze and Onyx Tables, etc., all
new and latest styles.
The J.P.Smith Lamp, Glass andGhina Co,, J
935 Penn Ave.. Betweeft;jjfnth and Tenth Sts.
P. a Sogers' Best Triple)
at 91 24 per set.
lated Dinner Knives
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