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1UBDEE IS FEARED.
Two Poles Under Arrest at McKees
port Awaiting an Inquest
A COUNTRYMAN DIES STRANGELY.
Great Interest in the Mill Burners' Trials
XEWS KOTES FROM KEAEBI HiACLS
rFriCUU. TELEQItUt TO Tnit DisrATcn. J
McKeesport, September 9. Joseph
Tonsech. a Polander about 30 years of ase,
who was employed in a Third ward brick
yard, and lived here about five years, died
at 6 o'clock this morning at his boarding
house, So. 47i Center street, after lying
unconscious since an early hour Sunday
morning, and it is feared that death was not
brought about by natural causes. As a re
sult ot this two Toles are under arrest,
awaiting an investigation which Coroner
McDowell will make to-morrow.
Physicians are at work holding a post
mortem on the remains of Tonsech to-night,
in consequence of the orders of the Coroner,
and whether or not the death was caused by
injury received from a fall, as stated by two
persons, remains to be seen. The men under
arrest called in Dr. "Walker, the county phy
sician, yesterday morning at an early hour,
asking lilni to see the man. The doctor found
him unconscious, lying on the floor, face down
ward. Several of bis teeth were missing, his
chin was lirnlsed and his face was covered with
blood, while his abdomen looked as though it
had been injured.
The two men told the doctor that Tonsech
was out stealing apples at 4 o'clock Sunday
morning, and fell oat of a tree, and that
they bad carried him back to the
room. The doctor called again in the evening
and found tbo man still unconscious and dying.
Everything in connection with tha death
points to the belief of those who have inquired
into it, that it was not brought about by nat
ural causes. Coroner McDowell ordered the
men to be held, and an investigation immedi
ately upon arrival here.
ON TRIAL FOR AHSON.
Grent lotcrcstin the Hearing of tbo
Darner nt Grrensbnrc.
Greexsbuimj, September 9. The famous
mill cases were taken up In the courts here this
morning. It was the intention of the Court to
take up the new trial of Frank Baer, upon the
convening of court this morning, but the- coun
sel for Hctzcl and Francis, the Connellsville
people who are charged with the burning of
the Ilambaiigh null. demanded their
trial, the case having passed through
three terms of court. Then the counsel for
"William Richardson, the Pittsburg colored
man. asked that his case be taken up first, and
ltwasaoae. uicnaroson, it is alleged Dy (ox,
the negro who confessed to the Laming of the
Chambers mill at Litrobc, accompanied him
fmm Pittsbnrg to Latrobe on the night the
mill was bnrned, and after he (Fox) lighted
the torch, Richardson applied it to tbe mill.
Richardson isa mulatto, and worked along time
for Dr. Franks, of Pittsbnrg. Extraordinary
interost is manifested in these mill burning
cases, as the best legal talent of the bar is in
terested. The entire day was consumed in the
selection of a jury, as each juror was examined
separately, as is done in a murder case. Since
the burning of tbe mills, over a year ago, D. L.
Chambers, the owner of the Latrobe mill, has
died, and financial troubles have swept from
Baci's father all his possessions.
A DKSI'EKATE MAX.
Convicted of Seven Crimes, but Broke Jail
nnd Got Axraj.
Lima. September 9. John E. Lane, a de
tective from Trenton. N. J arrived Here to-day
after Albert Guyer, who -was arrested Satur
day. From tbe officer it is learned that Guyer
is a desperate man. In April last he was ar
rested in Winton. N. J., on two charges of
breaking and entering, three of grand larcenv,
one assault and attempt to kill, and resisting
He was convicted on all the charges, but
broke jail from outside assistance, and escaped
before receiving his sentence. He will be
taken back to New Jersey as soon as the nec
essary papers are received.
SAW HER CHILD KILLED.
Sndf Fatal Acctdent on tbe Baltimore and
Ohio, Rear Wnecline.
Wheeling, W. Va., September 9. The
noon train from Pittsbnrg on the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad struck a deaf and dumb
girl, 7 years old. two miles east of tbe city. She
was instantly killed. She was the daughter of
a Mrs. Lacey, and the mother was an eye wit
ness of the accident.
An unknown tramp was instantly killed by a
Baltimore and Ohio train at Benwood, this
LIST OF CAMBRIA'S LOST.
The First Exact Statement aiado From nil
the Flooded District.
JomrSTOWx, September 9. A complete list
of the dead in Cambria borough has
been 'made by Mail Carrier Bridges,
and be finds that there were
324 people drowned in the flood. This district
was below the stone bridge, and the full force
of the waters did not catch it.
This is the only absolutely correct list of any
part of the flooded dis trict yet published.
To be Tried for Bnrelnry.
tSrSCIAX, TELEGRAM TO THE UISPATCn.1
New Castle. September 9. George Ward
was arrested and placed in jail to-day on a
charge of burglarizing the icsidence of Syl
vester Gibson, of Union township, on the
night of the 24th of August He will have a
trial this week on a charge of burglarizing the
residence of William Wcller, of Shenango
township. The detectives think they have
captured the gang that has been doing much
burglary work in Lawrenco county.
Betrothed In YonnEMovrn.
YousGSTowif, O.. September a The bonds
of matrimony were yesterdav announced here
In St. Columba's church, of Thomas A. Cotter
a member of the local staff of the riUsbura
Catholic, and Miss Martha Angela Wilson, of
Cincinnati, an accomplished young ladv of the
Cathedral parish. The nuptials will 'be ccle
prated early in October.
Expect a Raise In Rntc.
Uniontown, September 9. The customers
of the Southwest Natural Gas Company were
notified to-day that their contracts would be
canceled In October, and they do not know
what it means. It is believed that a pool has
been formed between this company and the
Fayette Fuel Gas Company, whereby the pres
ent low rate will be raised for the coming
Convicted of Forffcry.
Uniontcwn, September 9.Iacob Sboof and
John McCormick were to-day convicted of
forging Mrs. Catherine Richards' name to a
fLOOO check. Shoof induced McCormick to
present the check for payment. Shoof as
saulted an officer while being arrested, ana is
awaiting sentence for this offense, and also for
attempting to burn down tho county jail.
Thieves Broke In nnd Stole.
isrxciAi. telegkax to the dispatch. .
McKeesport, September 8. Thieves broke
into the residence of Thomas Lawther, of Rey
noldstown, opposite McKeesport, at an early
hour this morning, and stole $163 from a coat
hanging In his bedroom. The coat was found in
his yard this morning.
fnlcldcd During the Sight.
Wheeling, W. Va, September 9.-Mrs.
Rickey Fette, aged 4!). residing at Nn. 3,412
Cbapline street, was fonnd drowned in tho
river at the foot of Forty-First street this
morning. Sho committed suicide some timo
during tne night.
A CW TIIAT CHEWED TOBACCO.
TboActCnnsrs Rcr Death and Also a Very
Geeencastxe, Ind., September 9. Acasi
tried at Fillmore last week involved tbe rather
novel point of a cow's fondness for tobacco.
Johnson Herod hitched his horse at Tom Sid
don'a blacksmith shop, and then deposited his
bag of tobacco inside the lot. Slddons'cow
came nosing around, and, the bag bein" open.
It is alleged by tne plaintiff to the suit that she
ate of its contents. The cow sickened and
died, whereupon Siddons sued Herod for dam
would eat anything from a tenpenny nail to a
corkscrew. The jury wrestled with the caso
all night, and finally agreed to disagree. A new
trial will bo had to determine the question at
LOCAL ITEMS. LIMITED.
Incident! of a Day In Two Cities Condensed
for Ready Rending.
TnE new bridge to take the place of the
Ninth street structuro will be finished In fdur
months. It will bepaved with aspbaltnm, stone,
or some other improved pavement. The follow
ing committed on the new structure was ap
pointed by the Pleasant Valley Railroad Com
pany: D. F. Henry, W. H. Graham, W. A.
Stone, O. P. Scaife and James Hunter.
Joseph Bebger was committed to jail yes
terday by Alderman Grlpp on a cnarge of ag
gravated assault and battery preferred by
Louis Strassburger. The parties are neighbors
on Fifth avenue, and in a quarrel Berger, it is
alleged, threw the prosecutor over a bannister
and broke his arm. There will ba a bearing in
the case to-morrow.
Officer Fbakk Carroll, of tho South
side, was held for court by Alderman Lohrman
yesterday morning on charges of assault by
Mrs. Michael Dougherty and John Slattery. of
Brownsville avenne, for unnecessary violence
in gaining entrance to thehouso lastweckwhile
raiding it as a speak-easy.
at the meeting of the Board of Managers of
the Allegheny General Hospital last evening.
Misses Eliza McKinley, Louisa Church, Lorena
Griffith, Nannie Gray and Lizzie Collier were
awarded nurse's diplomas. On September 1
there wereCG patients in the hospital.
A 3Ii:etikg of the General Committee of tho
Jr. O. V. A. M. on Johnstown Relief will bo
held on Saturday evening in the Moorhead
building. The business of the committee will
he wonnd up, and all councils are expected to
A Chinaman named Sam Sing made infor
mation yesterday before Alderman Gripp
charging John McGlnley with breaking into his
shop and stealing 2.25. Tho defendant was ar
rested and held in 51,000 bail for a hearing to
morrow. Richard A. Brickley. of Webster avenue,
near High street, who was recently a member
of the fire department, was arrested last even
ing for acting in a disorderly manner in Duffy's
saloon, at tbe comer of Grant street and Sixth
OS payment of tho costs and $40, the amount
which he was charged with embezzling. Dr.
Maharneke was last night released from tbe
Allegheny lockup. Dr. J. S. Fierol, of Clove-
land, was present and agreed to the discharge.
George R. Young and Clara Young, arrest
ed on Sunday night for stealing a ring from
James R. Foster, an agent for the Encyclopedia
Britannica. were discharged by Alderman Mc
Kcnna yesterday morning.
The Church of Ascension at Shadyslde has
had placed in it a beautiful new font of white
marble, tho gift of the. little girls of tbe parish,
who obtained tbe means of its purchase by the
work of their own hands.
A rath was made on a Polish speak-easy at
1016 Carson street, Bouthslde. Sunday night,
and yesterday the proprietor, Frank Marowski,
was held for court and the other 16 captives
fined 65 and costs each.
Frank Mullan, car inspector In the Balti
more and Ohio yard, at tho foot of Ross street,
had his arm crushed while coupling cars yes
terday, about noon. He was taken to the
West Penn Hospital.
Superintendent Arm6thono. of Alio
legheny, put ten city employes to work on the
Troy Hill basin yesterday in place of thoso
who went on a strike for an advance in wages.
At Tarentnm on Saturday a portion of a
human body, probably that of one of the vic
tims of the Johnston n disaster, was brought
up oy a. sana ooac in me .tuegneny river.
Frank Lanagan. a 20-years old son of Park
Policeman Lanagan. bad bis band taken off by
cogwheels in tbe Pittsburg Locomotive Works
The Board of Viewers yesterday held a meet
ing to receive claims from Urbana alley prop
erty holders, and two were presented.
The electric lights along Carson street,
Southside, were out nearly all the time last
Autumn tinges are already appearing In Al
legheny county forests.
A CAT IN COURT.
Pnaay Apprnrs as a Witness in a Rbodo
lalnnd Chancery Suit.
Providence, September 9. A cat a fine,
large, educated cat for the first time in the
history of this State, has been a witness in a
suit at law brought for trial before Master in
Chancery Pcckham. The case hinged on the
possession and identity of the cat The parties
concerned besides the cat are two College Hill
ladies, airs. If. W. Deumanand J,Irs. Caroline
Richmond, both of whom are prominent In the
social circles of that aristocratic quarter. Each
lady stoutly claimed the cat as her own, and
the only way to settle it was in court. H nn.
tnal agreement tbe notoriety attending a jury
trial was avoided. Mrs. Deumun testified that
when she was teaching in a fashionable young
ladies' school, she had a cat for company In her
leisure hour. One day the cat disappeared
and Mrs. Deumun, some days later, discovered
what she insisted was the samo cat disporting
itself in Mrs. Richmond's front yard. Mrs.
Richmond declined to givo the cat up, and
Mrs. Deuicun's efforts to entice tabby away
were a complete failure.
Mrs. Richmond was represented by Lawyer
Amasa Eaton, but after hearing both parties
the master decided that he could give no de
cision until the cat was produced in court. Mrs
Richmond's coachman said that tabby was in
the country, and that bv telenhomnn- onnia h.
got to court in two hoars. Master Peckham
then adjourned the court to await the coming
of the cat.
Two hours later the cat was brought up from
its country residence and tbe trial proceeded.
Witnesses swore to the circus tricks that pussy
was in the habit of performing. Mrs. Richmond
awum itisu buai ib ujiiuicKea persons at prayer
while she had heard that Mrs. Deumun's cat
never did that. Master in Chancery Peckham
said that in view of the contradictory evidence
he conld come to no decision. Pending further
litigation the cat stays in Mrs. Richmond's
A miaslon nt Horarstend,
A mission under the charge of the fathers
of the Bedemptorist Order was started
Sunday in St. ilary of Magdalene Church,
Homestead. So far the mission has been a
X8 a blood disease. Until tne poison Is
A expelled from the system, there can.
be no cure for this loathsome and
dangerous malady. Therefore, the only
effective treatment is a thorough course
of Ayer's Sarsaparilla the bestof all
blood purifiers. The sooner yon begin
the better ; delay is dangerous.
" I was troubled with catarrh for over
two years. I tried various remedies,
and was treated by a number of physi
cians, but received no benefit until I
began to take Ayer's Sarsaparilla. A
few bottles of this medicine cured me of
tnis troublesome complaint and com
pletely restored my health." Jesse M.
Boggs, Eolman's Mills, N. C.
"When Ayer's Sarsaparilla was rec
ommended to me for catarrh, I was in
clined to doubt its efficacy. Having
tried so many remedies, with little ben
efit, I had no faith that anything would
cure me. I became emaciated from loss
of appetite and impaired digestion. I
had nearly lost the sense of smell, and
my system was badly deranged. I was
about discouraged, when a friend urged
me to try Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and re
ferred me to persons whom it had cured
of catarrh. After taking half a dozen
bottles of this medicine, I am convinced
that tho only sure way of treating this
obstinate disease is through the blood."
Charles H. Maloney, 113 Biver st.,
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Price $1; six bottles. $5. "Worth $5 a bottle.
BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA.
150 CUPS FOR IU
CHOICEST, PUREST. BEST.
Im the PUREST, BEST and Cleanest
Of all Druggists, but beware ol Imitations.
I PEARS' I
1 BBni iko-zo-xto
Let It Rain.
"With umbrellas at tbe following prices,
who cares whether it rains or not. "We offer
to-morrow 00 umbrellas at the following
prices 26-inch glorias, withgold oroxydixed
hooks and caps, SI 19; 28-inch, $1 49; same
style caps in fine satins, 79c and 89c Did
you ever hear of such low prices.
50 Cis. 20 Cts. 0OCt
Velvets, velvets, velvets, all colors, all
Plushes, plashes, plushes, 39 cts., 50 cts.,
69 cts., 75 cts., SI. all silk, all silk, all silk.
KKABIiE & SHUSTEB,
35 Fifth avenne.
At the People' Store.
"We have a beautiful cloak room, and the
finest display of wraps for Ladies, Misses
and Children. Onr stock embraces every
thin.? new and desirable, whether it be a
plain cloth jacket or an elaborate trimmed
garment. Campbell Ss Sick.
29J cts., 21 inches wide. Great bar
gain, great bargain.
Enable & SnusxEB,
35 Fifth avenue.
Hakry Aiden, formerly of this city,
can now be found at "W. H. Holmes &
Son's Chicago House, No. 261 South Clark
street. 120 Water street,
204 South Clark st. 158 First avenue.
ttssu Chicago. Pittsburg.
Ladles' Salt Fnrlors.
Visitors to the Exposition shonld not fail
to see the new costumes we are showing for
early fall wear. ' Parcels & Jones,
its 29 Fifth ave.
Dress Robes. Dress Robes.
The finest, tbe finest.
Knable & Shusteb,
35 Fifth avenue.
The Clonk Department
CM the People's Store contains the grandest
display of outside apparel for ladies ever
seen in Pittsburg. Come and examine the
styles and prices. Campbell & Dick.
Past of that beautiful property known
as the "Boss estate," adjoining Sharpsbnrg,
at Aspinwall station, has been laid out into
building lots. Plans can be had from "W.
A. Herron & Sons, 80 Fourth avenue. TTS
The Terr Latest,
Marvin's Exposition cakes. Children cry
for them and old folke walk a mile to get
them. S. S. Maevin & Co.
See the line we have. You can't help but
be suited. K:n'able& Shusteb,
35 Fifth avenue.
John S. Boberts, 414 "Wood street, has the
largest and most complete stock of wall
paper in the city. TIS
Cabinet photos, $1 per doz.
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st.
Mnrrlnco Licenses Granted Yesterday.
(Andre Fcdor McKeesport
'Suzsll Vargo McKeesport
John Hnne Stowe township
Mary Ueyer Stowe township
I Henry Mayer Pittsbnrg
I Elizabeth Miller Pittsburg
Frank Abel Pittsbnrg
(Annie Seidelbeck Allegheny
5 A. J. Elliott Patton township
(Delia J. Woods 1'luin townshiD
I John Sallr Pittsburg
(Mary McCormick Pittsburg
( August Ben gston Braddock
( Emma Johnson Braddock
Km. Utendyke McDonald
(x-uzaoein foster dicuonaia
(Charles F. Glrty MlUvale borough
(Flora A.Young MlUvale borough
(John Campbell Pittsbnrg
( Maggie Gamls Pittsburg
( Otto Knocpfle - Allegheny
(Anna WahUchless Pittsburg
( Frederick Both Allegheny
( juaua X dmrnermui
( unve Lt. ud
( E. J.Schall Natrona
'Mary Wallace Natroni
J Kobert McLaughlin North Fayette township
(Mary Crellln .North Fayetto township
(Michael A. Lynch Pittsburg
J Annie B. Sullivan Pittsburg
(Joseph Kalble McKeesport
I Annie Uerzog Allegheny
( Christopher Heron Allegheny
J Sophia S.Othe Allegheny
(Alexander Branch Pittsbnrg
VOIGT ROWLAND-August27, 1889. at the
residence ot tbe officiating clergyman, Rev. L.
E. Young, D. D., of Bntlnr, Pa., Mr. Albert
V01GT and Miss Annie J. Rowland, both of
BRENNAN At Mansfield on Sunday, Sep
tember 8, at 6:45 A. U REV. EDWAED BnEN-
Funeral mass at St. Lnke's Church on
Wednesday mobning at 10 o'clock. Friends
of the family and the reverend clergy of the dio
cese are respectfully invited to attend.
F AIRMAN At the residence of her son-in-law,
M. H. Brandon, Plalnfield, N. J., Mrs.
Julia A, widow of the late James Fairman,
luiuienj 01 Auegueny, ageu o years.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
LEPPER On Sunday, September a at 4 A.
M John H. Leppee, son of Margret Lepper,
aged 26 years, 6 months and 2 days.
Funeral services on Tuesday aiternoon
at the German M. E. Church, on Fortieth street
below Butler, at 2 o'clock. Friends of tho
family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
McELVENNY On Saturday, September 7
1883, at 8 p. h., James McElvenny, in tho
37th year of bis age.
Funeral from tho residence of his parents.
Spring Garden borough, on Tuesday, at 9
a.m. Friends of the family are respectfully
Invited to attend. 2
NEWTON At the family home. Atwond.
Kan., on Sunday, September L ISStf. Henri.
etta J., wife of Thomas P. Newton, and
daughter of the late William Joyce.
Interment took place on Tuesday, the Sd
PE2KSTE1N On Mondav. September 9
1889, at 6:18 A. M.. Geoege Peckstein, a"ed
75 years and 4 months. "
Funoral from bis lato residence, 344 Forty,
second street, on Wednesday, September IL
at 930 A. H. Friends of tho family are respect
fully invited to attend. 2
QTJIG On Sunday afternoon, Septembers
18811. at 2:10 o'clock. ANNA Marguerite"
youngest daughter of Lucy C. and E. JI. D.
Quig, aged 6 months and 28 days.
Funeral services at the residence of her
grandfather. Dr. E. a Czaraieckl, 110 Liberty
street, Allegheny City, Tuesday, at4r.it.
Interment private. 2
SHANNON On Sunday, September 8. 1889
at 9 o'clock A. il. Susanna Shannon, widow
ot the late James Shannon, in her 77th year.
Funeral from the residence of her son-in-law
Charles F. Leonard, Brushton Station, P.R. R.'
on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock! Friends
of tho family are respectfully invited to attend.
ZIEG On Saturday, September 7 1SS9 at
730 p. m., George W. Zieo, aged O years S
months 10 days.
Funeral services on Tuesday, September
10, at 2 r. M., at tbe St. Peter's German
Lutheran Church, Liberty street, Allegheny.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
JAMBS ARCHIBALD A BRO
XJVERY AND SALE STABLES
117, 119 and 130 Third arenue, two doors below
Bmithfleld st, next door to Central HoteL
Carriages for funerals, S3. Carriages for operas,
parties, tc, at the lowest rates. All new car
riages. Telephone communication. inyl-ll-TT3
-pEPRESENTEU IN PrTTHBURO IN 1SCI
Assets - J9JOT,693sj.
Insurance Co. of North America.
losses adjusted ana paia dj WILLIAM L
WESTERN INSURANCE CO.
NO. 411 WOOD 8TKEET.
ALEXANDER NIMICK, President.
JUiLN a. JACKBOJ. v ice President
WM. P. HEI
" 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.
for Bigelow, Hartford
and other best makes of
Body Brussels, whose
regular price has been
' from $i 25 to $1 50.
Wilton Carpets (M XT
per yard. vj) X.
and other best makes of Wil
ton Carpets at PhQ reduced
from $2 5a
33 FIFTH AVENUE.
All ASSURED FACT ('
We mean the Pittsburg Exposition, wiieh is
now thrown open for the inspection or tip pub
lic in general. We have an exhibit therewhlch
is now complete; our first display in one tide of
the case consists of j
FINE LACES AND LACE GOODS.
. These cannot fail to interest and attr
attention and admiration of the ladles, t id the
gentlemen as well, who have bad thev taste
cultivated up to the point of appreciation or tho
beautiful in this line. In the opposi i side
from the laces we make a display of
HIGH PARISIAN NOVELTIES IN
DRESS TRIMMINGS! I
So arranged and applied on. stands as t give
an idea as to the manner of using these really
artistic and beautiful goods. Our line of new
trimmings, consisting of Fringes, Frosts,
Panels, Gimps, Galloons, Ornaments; Girdles,
eta. are now readv. as usual onr stock !
large and contains every variety and style if
dress and wrap trimmings, in medium ani
finest goods made. In the centersectlonror tha
case a small exhibit of j
Is made, consistine of Neckwear, Fine Under
-wear. Fine Half-Hose, Umbrellas, etc.
The display will be changed from time tc
time, so that every time you visit the bnlldln;
give us a glance, as you will be likely to see)
something different each time.
ALSO, GIVE OUR SI ORE, 1
41 FIFTH JL VENUE,
A VISIT AS WELL.
HORNE & WARD.
4 G, CAMPBELL & -SONS,
Par fall line ol Stainless Black Cotton,
Lisle and Silk Hosiery is now complete,
both in Plain and Bibbed Children's Single
and Doable Knees.
This vast assortment is composed of the
following celebrated brands, in light, me
dium and heavyweights, for Ladies, Misses,
Children and Hen, from 20c per pair to
finest quality. The makes we carry are:
acio, unyx, uiona, jicupje, 1. U.
Morley, Parisian, Silver Crowns, Daisy.
Every pair warranted.
Our Ingrain Stainless Black Hosiery has
been a wonderful success in Color, "Wear
"We have a special drive in a Ladies' In
giain Black at 29c, worth 40c Also in- a
Child's All Black Heavy Bibbed Hose at
zc, sizes (M to a.
is the time and place to fit out the
"We can certainly save
Mail orders receive prompt attention.
710 Penn avenue, 710.
Between Seventh and Eighth sta.
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillings from il ud. Amalean. Wc:
sUver. 75c; white alloy, 11.
Gold Crowns a specialty.
DR. J. M. McCLAREN,
Comer Bmithfleld and Fourth avenue.
By a thorough knowledge ot the natnral laws
which govern the operations of digestion and
nntrltion,and and by a careful application of the
fine properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps
has provided our breakfast tables with a deli
cately flavored beverage which may save us
many heavy doctors' bills. Itisbythe judicious
use of such articles of diet that a constitution
may be gradually buUt up until strong enough
to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds
of subtle maladies are floating around us ready
to attack wherever there is a weak point. Wo
may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping our
Belvcs well fortified with pnro blood and a prop
er! v nourished frame." mrii .. u,.,t.
omy innaii pouna tins bv Grocers, labeled thus:
What! J Baby show at Fleish
man & Co.'s. Yea, that is just
wiat" we are going to have. One
such baby as ours will make a
show worth seeing. Of course
very father thinks that, but okH
baby is a beauty, our baby (for a
year old) is a bouncing baby our
baby is popular with the multi
tude; our baby is bound to make
a noise in the world and we are
proud of our baby.
we will celebrate the birth of our
baby by (we mean of course the
opening of our stores)
A GRAND ANNIVERSARY.
Just one year ago, September
8, we opened our New Depart
ment Stores', at 504, G06, 508
Market street. Thanks, Thanks
for the kindly encouragement
and'liberal patronage which has
been so freely extended to us. We
-are going to make the
memorable by a GRAND DIS
JPJJA T of all that, is new, beauti
ful and unique in our various
departments. TTie stores will be
ALL ARE INVITED. t
Seasonable and reasonable
goods arriving daily. Mail or
ders promptly attended to.
See mvr Exhibit at Exposition
Fleishman & Co.'s
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506and 508 Market st,
Save Your Money.
New goods ae daily com
The Boys' and Children's
stock is overflowing with new,
bright goods for this season.
Please remember that we.
have the largest line of piece
goods to be found in the city
for making goods to order.
It embraces the choicest se
lections of French, English,
Scotch and American manu
facture. We solicit an early inspec
tion of our goods and prices.j
Sixth street and Penn avenue.
165, 167 and 169 FEDERAL STREET.
OUR CLOAK DEPARTMENT.
Now full up with the newest things in Ladies' and Misses' Garment
of every description at prices guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Ladies' Colored Cloth Jackets, i 50 up. Ladies' Beaver Jackets,
Stockinet Jackets, Tailor-made Jackets, new Directoira Jackets, colored
and black, Ladies' Newmarkets, $4 50 up; Tailor-made Newmarkets,
all colors; Directoire Newmarkets, Plush Jackets, Coats, Sacques and
Misses' Newmarkets and Jackets, all the leading colors, 12 to 18
Children's Coats in great variety; 2 to 14 years.
Suits of every kind opening daily. Thisvdepartment occupying our
irrmense entire second floor and receiving very special attention.
Real French Cashmeres, 46 inches wide,, 50, 62, 75c and &s, in all
the new colors.
Black Cashmeres, special values, at 50, 62 and 75c, Newest im
ported Novelties for Combinations and Suits, being daily opened. Yon
only need, to see them.
.Blankets, all wool, full size, in red and white, $3 a pair and up.
Flannels, in splendid assortments. Country Flannels, all wool, iSc
Underwear for Fall now ojpca'at low .prices. '
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" TUES0AY, September IX
ALLEGHENY AND prTTSBUBiG
BUYERS EVER, SAW.
Fine French Black Cashmeres, -
46 inches wide,
AT 75 CENTS A YARD,
(worth every cent p a dollar). We
recommend these even beyond the
fine Henriettas, although we keep a!
tun stock ot tne best Henriettas in
the worldnot say-so Henrietta, but
genuine. Another grade of these
FRENCH CASHMERES, at go
cents a yard.
Nearly 7,000 yards. We want
700 ladies of these cities or vicinity
to respond to this cashmere "ad,"
and respond promptly.
BOGGS & BUHL,
115,117,119,121 Federal sfc.Allegheny.
SEPTEMBER 12 and 13,
At which time we shall en
deavor to eclipse all of our
past efforts by showing the
largest, the richest and most
exquisite line of Trimmed
Hats, Bonnets and Turbans.
New and Novel designs in
Ribbons, Fancy Feathers,
Pon Pons, Wings and Jet
Now exhibiting our new
importations in Silks, Wool
Goods, Cloaks and Wraps,
Jerseys, Gloves, Underwear,
Hosiery, etc, etc.
Special attention is called
to our large and varied as
sortment of House Furnish
PRICES LOWER THAN
Sixth street and Penn ave.
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"EXmAORIMNARY INDUCEMENTS" ADVERTISED
Think' of ibe'sdfid satisfaction
yon and then come and look at
elegant Tall Suits .and- Fall
Examine critically ihe fabric of the goods j-ipect, 'to -'
' tbe trimmings, the fit
find them in-, every way
FAT.T, OVERCOATS: $5, $6, $7, "& i to $06. ...
FA3XSUITS: $7, $8, $iOl2'to.SfeC
, It's only a question as to how
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BOYS' KNEE PANT SUITS, $1 to M3
BOYS' J.GNG PANT
These are busy days for os,
pariiueui. luauy a iiu wc vc imcu I or SCUOOl me past tewaayj M3MJ.
here at home .and many for schools fsr away. Now if .yoa'c gtaboy?
or boys to. clothe send or bring them here. We'll give yont -ncfgooial
lor sucn ntue money iwai you u De
If You Wish to Inform Yourselves as 1o Where Canf
the Newest and Nobbiest Styles in
Fall Hats, Fall Furnishings ami Fall FootwMr
pay our store a visit Give us but
whatever you may want in any of
ATX tn A nAtfaUiAs ts4 h a 0 AAVA- n
lies in the fact bear it in mind well
in the city and, intend to keep the
Visitors to the city are specially invited to make our store their
headquarters. We will take care of packages, parcels, wraps;1
etc, free of charge. . Come and wander all about our store..
ask any questions you like and
Uon't fail to see our magnificent
Xs$32y55iw - tjv&yEr
By this advertisement we wish to attract
the attention of ail who have not read former
announcements of onr great summer sale of
Seal Plush Garments at prices which in
sure an enormous saving. The commenda
tion of hundreds of customers who have
been supplied during the last two weeks is
increasing the list of purchasers every day.
we nave.i.uuu garments in stocs which can
not be approached in point of price and
quality by anything that will be offered by
other nouses d if ring the coming season.
OUR PRICE-LIST tHIS WEEK
Seal Plush Jackets,. S10; worth S15.'
Seal Plush Jackets, $12; worth $18.
Seal Pluah Jackets, 514 75; worth $20.
Seal Plush Sacques, $16 50; worth $23 50.
Seal Plnsh Sacques, 818 75; worth $25.
seal Plush sacques, SZi 50; worth $30.
Seal Plush Sacques, S25; worth $35.
Seal Plush Sacques, $29 75; worth $40.
ECLIPSING ALL OTHERS
IS OUR NEW PALL STOCK OP
HVC I Hi L I IN" El ZR,"y,
of all descriptions, Trimmings and Ribbons, all colors.
Anew stock of 1,200 dozen of Ladies', Gents' and Children's UN-.
DERWBAR, from 25o to 82 a piece, better than ever offered before'
Examine at - -
510, 512, 514 MARKET ST. AND 27 FIFTH AVENUE. -
Or the Liquor Habit Positively Cured
by Administering Dr. Haines'
It can be siren in a cup of coffee or te i irKliout
the knowledge of tbe person taking-1 :laabto
latelr b&rmless, and will effect a perma.. eat and
tpeear care, whether tbe patient I amclerats
drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Tbonsan Is of
Drunkards hare been made temperate men who
hare taken uolden Specific In their coffee wit. oat
their knowledge ami to-day bellcvo tber n tt
drinking from their own free nllh IT UEVLK
l'All1. The system once Impregnated with tbe
Specific. It becomes an ctter Impossibility: for the
liquor appetite to exist. For sale by A. J. Bankln,
Blith and 1'enn aTe..Jrlttsburg: E. Bolden AUo
3 . federal st., Allegheny. Tlrod supplied by
. - . -. . '? " -r - ''&
orirIast booght-efttts CluWH
tbe beautiful, aad
Ovefcba&vr are aWttiiijlrfift
and the -irdrksMMbiaf yotl .f3
equal to erchaat' .tailor " ,-ij'
IV IP 1X1
, - -v goods, at .-. v. f -; - vjpi
1 . ' 1 , j ' -i
much ypu wamt to py for yw ft
SUITS, $3 50 to $I3S
particularly in onr jBoys Cktiusfi
half a chance and, we'll sltt;.vBK
the before-mentioned goedsv Weel
n 4?m mmT. . f- i t. "' ' S
that we undersell alLother dealere-i
good work up.
in fact make yourselves at home, v
exhibit at the Exposition;
300 to 4W
Ton dan have no idea of the Im
mensity, variety and cheapness of
the stock we are showing tiita
season exoept by an inspection.
We axe opening the season with a
SPECIAL SALE of
Seal .All-wool Stockinette Newmarket,
satin faosd, $9 75; worth $18.
, Another lot at $11 50; worth 320.
"Beaver Newmarkets, $7, $8, $9; worth CO i
per cent more.
Striped Wool Newmarkets, J5, S7.fi),
S3 50: worth nearly doable.
.Fine heavy Stockinette Jackets, $2 75;
Better quality Stockinette Jackets, $3 25
Still finer Stockinette Jackets, & 50
worth SG 75.
Extra quality Stockinette Jackets, $3j
worth $7. -
Extra fine imported ones up to $15.
aliases' Jackets at all prices.-
Broadcloth, Camel's Hair and light
weight Beaver. New styles just oat.
150 STYLES OF CHOICE -
Children and Misses' Wraps,
Plain, Fancy and Jacqnard Stripes,
Plaids and Scotch Mixtures,
from $3 to $18.
ATLAHTIO CITY, H". 3.
On tho beach, with unsurpassed oeeaavteir.
Salt-water baths in house.
Se3-77.D E. KOBERTS 4 SONS,
O. D. LEVIS. Hol!rJtn nf Pl..u