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HE PlTTSBURGIpiSPATOH, -SATimDATOSEETEMBEHlBl
a Allegany County, Maryland, to Cele-
iL nrnio in mrsr. i.nnrnnnii.
FALL OP SNOW AT JOHNSTOWN
Bojer. Republican candidate for State Treas
urer, and W. H. Andrers,Chairman of the Re
publican State Committee, were here to-day
and were called upon at the Downey House by
a number of prominent Republicans. Ibey left
this afternoon for Washington, Pa.
Gives the Dwellers in the
thing of a Shiver.
ALIi TUB NEWS FKOil KEARBI TOWNS
tSritCIAL TELEGRAH IOIHE DISPATCJI.1
CusmEELAXD, JId., September 20.The
centennial anniversary of the formation of
Allegany county commences here on
Monday and continues three days. An
official programme has already beeu pub
lished and all preparations made. Decora
tions in the city are very eiaDoraie ana
creat crowds are expected.
The first day's exercises consist of
' a parade of school children 3,000
in line and exercises in the Academy
of Music, at which Hon. H. "W.
Hoffman mil deliver an oration. There will
also be a historical address by Gcorjro L. Well
ington. A number of athletic sports Mill be
pn-ea during tlio day. The second claj's pro
gramme consists of a trades display and
miners' parade, in which all the miners in this
section Mill participate, with a balloon ascen
sion and fireworks at sight. The third day
there will be a grand civic parade, with a num
ber of games In the afternoon. The espouses
of the celebration are covered by private and
public subscriptions, to which liberal contribu
tions have been made all over the State and
Alleganv county was created by an act 01
legislature, December, 1TS9, having previously
formed a. portion of Washington count). In
1S!2 its territory was divided and Garret county
formed. This countv formed the battle
ground of the retreating Indians upon the ad
vance and progress of Eastern civilization.
Farmer Cowan Drives Out Invaders of a
Patch With Bullet.
Chester, September 2a A serious shooting
affray occurred on the farm of James Cowan,
near this city. Jerry Milburn, a young colored
man, with several companions, had been gun
ning and when passing Farmer Cowan's tnrnip
patch they helped themselves.
Cowan and his son pursued them with guns,
and the farmer fired two shots, both of which
took effect in the arm and face of young Mil
burn. He was removed to his home In South
Chester by his companions, and is now under
the care of Dr. J. L. Forwood. His condition is
considered dangerous, and Cowan will most
likely be arrested.
M'KEEsrORT A METROPOLIS.
,A Belt Line Rnllroad to bo Added to III
TFrECIAt. TEXEGRAM TO THE PlSrATCH.t
WcKecspop.t, September M. "McKeesport Is
to have a manufacturers' belt line railroad,
which ill not be over five miles in length and
is to coat a half a million of dollars. The line
is to bl known as the Yonghiogheny Connecting
Railuav Company, and its stockholders are
prominent JIcKeeport and Duquesnc
manufacturers. The company was formed and
the charter was secured some time ago, but as
jet its plans have not been made known, as
there are about four chartered companies who
Lave lines located along the Monongabela
river, and all are alter the best location to get
into the city in the most advantageous way. It.
G. Wood, General Manager of the W. De ees
Wood Compan, is President of the line, and
Charles H. Reid, of Pittsburg, is Vice Pres
ident. The above and James h. Kuhn, S. I.
MrFarran, of McKcesport, and A. U. Darragh,
of Pittsburg, compose the directory of the
The route of the line is not made known as
yet. but it is probablo that i: will be located in
Uoseproximitj to the iron plants of McKees
port, as it is to connect with the plants of the
Natioual Tube Works Comrjam. the W.
Dewees, Wood Company, tne Monongahela
Furnace Company, the Duqucsne Plato Glass
Works, the Duquesnc Tube Works and the
Duquesne fateel Works, besides other manu
factories in and about McKeesport. and will
cross the Monongabela river by bridge at Itiv
erton, it being proDoed to cross on tne bridge
to be built Dj the "McKeesport and Duqucsne
llridge Compauj. which gitcs evidence that
the building of that bridge is a sure thing. If
the Belt line Company cannot arrange to go
over this company's bridge it will build its own
THE FAITH CURE DOCTRINE
MlnerivIIIe Capitalist Have Solved the
Councilman Samuel Duncan, of the Thir
teenth ward, and a member of the Allegheny
County Light Company, has, it is reported,
gone to New York to contract with elec
tricians to build the Pittsburg, Itnoxville
and Troy Hill Electric Parachute, Block
and Tackle and Life Insurance Railway,
the stockholders being mainly Minersville
capitalists. The company will string two
12 inch cables from lit Oliver to Gazzam's
Hill, thence to the bluff overlooking Twenty-eighth
street, thence across the Allegheny
river to Troy, Monument and Observatory
Hills in Allegheny. Half way over the
Allegheny river there will be switches, on
which the cars wtll ruu to their several destinations.
Passengers along the line who wish to
take the aerial route will be hoisted by means
of an electric block and tackle arrangement.
and they will no longer sing "I wish I were
a bird," for they can then fly without wings.
Each car will seat 20 people, and when a
passenger invests a nickel in n ticket he will
be furnished with a parachute and an acci
dent insurance coupon, the latter attached
to the ticket. These are expected to come
in handy to the family' ot the passenger
should the cable break. "
There is but one obstacle in the way, and
that is that an Opposition company has
taken out a patent by which the passenger's
pantaloons are greased, and he slides to his
destination on a rainbow, but as this com
pany can only operate when the meteorolog
ical conditions are favorable to the manu
facture of rainbows its competition will only
be periodical, and the Jlinersville Aerial
Electric Light Insurance and Parachute
Company hopes by uninterrupted service to
khock its opponent out.
A Complimentary Banquet.
On Tuesday evening, October 1, the
friends of J. A. Gonldcn will give him a
complimentary banquet at the Seventh
Avenue Hotel. Air. Goulden is well known
in Democratic politics and Catholic circles.
He intends to locate in New York.
Causes a Little Breeze in the United Presby
IRrECIAI. TELEGRASI TO TUE DISPATCIM
New Castle, September 20. The proceed
ings of the United Presbyterian Church Con
ference, now in session at .New Bedford, this
county, were enlivened when the report of the
Allegheny Theological Seminary was read.
It embodied a series ot resolutions
adrismg joungmenot ability to attend the
seminary in order to swell the ranks for the
tnintitry. -These resolutions Kindled the smoth
ered frentimenta of some of the delegates pres
ent. The Rev. Dr. Wallace opened the discus
sion, remarking that ho had been told of the
existence of laith cure doctrines at the college.
He had heard that one of the professors was
fond of preaching a certain sermon devoted to
the faith cure doctnne. Dr. Robinson, of AI
legheny, took the floor. He is connected with
the seminary and knew just what was taught
there, and the faith core was frowned down
and there was not a single heresy. He denied
e cry charge or intimation.
At this point a Butler countv minister arose.
and proceeded to talk about Prof. Greer, of
seminary, me speaker stated tnat he
had heard the sermon referred tn nrMohjrt n
two different occasions, and thought it full of
heresy. Mr. Greer must have changed his be
lief greatly within the past lew Uajs, asthe
speaker had heard the sermon latelv, and it ad
vocated faith cure. At this point the discus
sion closed, and the resolutions were passed.
WATCUOR.V ALL RIGHT.
The lUIners Stand by His Deposition ot
fllastcr Workman Lewis.
israelii. TELEGIiAM TO THE DISPATCTJ.1
Wilkesb abbe, September 20. This was a
busy day with the delegates of the Miners' Na
tional Convention. A resolution was adopted
instructing me delegates of Assembly 155,
which assembly represents 100,000 miners, to
vote as a unit for the eight hour movement At
the Atlanta convention the action of Secretary
Watchorn ia deposing Master Workman Wm. T.
Lewis and calling Worthy Foreman Rae to his
place was upheld, and the becretary was given
a vote of confidence. Right after his election
last fall Lewis quarreled with Powderly and
the general officers of the Knights of Labor.
The delegation to the Atlanta Convention were
also instructed Jo vote against any measure
KmfnSoUfILabor.ea P0UUCal Party 0Ut of the
-At th afternoon Powderly addressed the
convention at length. He spoke for unity of
labor and against the dragging of the order
Into politics. --The great battle of thcKmte
of Labor in the fntn" , .j .til,."...
fought in the bdls of legation. It is the dm"
of every k-mght to make his influence felt at
the polls and vote for the candidate who"
friendly to labor, wnether he is a Democrat
Republican." A resolution was adopted iu.
lng a national convention of miners of the
whole country next June. The object is to get
the miners into one great bodv. c
A Hit V 1 T P elU? i Vf! I? by E. D.Bcoch.
a wuuiu xniiinnuu, entitled "The
Woman With Three Hoses.'
will appear in to-
See Oar Great Br renins, tn Ladles'
This is the place to buy stockings for fall
wear, in cotton, cashmere, plain and ribbed,
colors and fast black,25 cents a pair and up.
Jos. Hokne & Cos
Penn Avenue Stores.
We are now perfecting the preliminaries
for starting our September Limited on
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,
It will make rapid work and quick re
turns to the advantage ot our large con
stituency of buyers. A vestibule train,
saving time and its equivalent, money, to
all, with that safety in buying, that is felt
in traveling on the Chicago Limited.
The constant arrival of new
Fall Carpets, Furniture and Curtains.
makes the pressure for space in our sales
rooms so heavy that something must
"break." We have decided it must be last
season's prices on stacks of goods whose
room is preferable to their company. We
ring out the old and ring in the new. The
goods are standard. Ourreputahon rests on
none better. Fashion's changeable whim is
their only demerit. The admired new of
to-day will be the slighted 'old next year.
They are then the peers of the present when
future use and trne worth are considered.
NOTE THE DAY,
THURSDAY, SEPT. 12!
Be ready at the start, and reap the ad
vantage of the first comers. Here are a few
examples of the speed of our Limited. Do
they suggest bargains? Scores equally as
good in every department, that limited
newspaper space forbids mention and lim
ited store space compels rapid transit.
6 Piece Parlor Suite, Upholstered in Em
bossed Plush, going now at ?40 00; 4 Pieces
Parlor Suite, Upholstered in the best qual
ity Mohair Plush last month, 5125 00
now, ?75 00.
DINING ROOM !
8 ft. Extension Table, 6 Dining Chairs
and Sideboard, going now at ?35 00. Side
boardAntique Oak last month, 530 00
now $18 00.
HINTS TO HOUSEKEEPERS
A few items of Interest in
our House Furnishing Depart
For the balance of this week we
will' offer a very pretty pattern of
Dinner Ware in odd pieces or sets:
Dinner Plates, per doz.gi 50.
Breakfast Plates, per doz., $1 30.
Tea Plates, per doz., $i 10.
Pie Plates, per doz., 90c.
Cups and Saucers, tea, $1 74.
Cups and Saucers, coffee, per doz.,
io-inch Meat Dishes, 30c each.
Also all other parts of sets at
equally low prices. ,
A FEW MORE ITEMS:
12 piece fancy decorated Toilet
Set, only 3 99 per set
Fancy Cuspadores, 25c each.
A large assortment of Fancy Vases
from 12c up.
tjiass Dessert Dishes, 4-mch, 3c
Wine Glasses, 3c each.
Wine Glasses, banded, 4c each.
Engraved Decanters, 29c each.
Fancy Chinese decorated Pickle,
Bone and Oatmeal Dishes. 10C
"BOSS" or ONE MINUTE COFFEE
POTS AT 25c PER SIZE LESS
THAN FORMER PRICES,
B. & B.
Satubdat, (September 21,
JACKET SALE TO-DAY.
2,000 STOCKINET JACKETS,
$4 TO $12 EACH.
FINE BEAVER JACKETS, tailor
made and bound, satin-faced, $5.
Fine BEAVER-CLOTH DIREC
TOIRE JACKETS, handsomely fin
ished In Applique Braid, $8 50 to
GLACE CLOTH JACKETS,
Directoire, tailor-made and bound,
Fine Kersey Cloth, Cheveron and
Wide-Wale Jackets, all styles, hand
somely made and finished, best
value, from the $4 ones to finest
DIRECTOIRE AND CARRICK
(3, 4 and 5 capes,)
Tine Broadcloth, with bound,
pinked and plain
$10 and 12.
-id -ft -
NOW READY FOR MAlLlNG
and sent post free to any addreeet, our annual Fall asd Wiaor Gate
logue. ' It Is a pamphlet of 66 pageeig a marvel of the printars',aad
engravers' art, and In addition to beautiful colored. zAatem oontaJM a
oomplete description of all kinds of goods in our eetablfehsaent, instruc
tions for self-measurement for wearing apparel, and a form of abipjiag
order which -will be found very useful by out-of-town ouatoeasrs. "
Write for this magnificent publication.
mmm tears id
edges, $5, $8 50,
CLOTH LONG WRAPS,
Newmarkets and Peasant Garments,
Beaver Cloths, Kerseys and all the
new materials in all the new colors,
all prices, $5, to finest
Plush Jackets, Wraps, Modjeskas
and Sacques. All here at lowest
Selling Seal Goods already. Just
think of that
These sales to-day,
In addition, Gents' Furnishings,
Hosiery and Gloves.
Began Their Talk to This Commnniif
and the Country at Large
THE CLOTHIM BNB.
Cold Wen til cr Bargains.
Coats, wraps and jackets, shawls and
jerseys; prices away down. Storeopen Satur
day night until 9.30 o'clock.
Knablb & Shuster,
35 Fifth avenue.
Casey's Excelsior, Kye is the finest,
purest and oldest rye whisky in Pittsburg.
The well-fcnown firm of T. D. Casey & Co.,
971 Liberty st, make it their special brand,
and it never Jails to please the consumer.
The Blanket Stock in Immense Here.
All Bizes, weights and qualities and not an
ounce of shoddy all pure wool if the prices
are low. Jos. Horse & Co.'s
Penn Aenue Stores.
Three pieces, Antique Oak or Imitation
Mahogany, last month $36, now $27.
Three pieces, Solid "Walnut, last month
550, now 538.
Boyal Wilton Carpet, last month 2 SO,
now 52 per yard.
"Wilton Back Velvet, last month 51 25,
now 81 per yard.
Hoquette, last month 51 50, now 51 per
Body Brussels, best grade, last month
51 25, now 51 per yard.
Tapestry Brussels, best grade, last month
75c, now 65c per yard.
Extra Supers, best grade, last month 75c,
now 60 and 65o per yard.
Keystone Beaters, with cook book,
Crown Meat Cutter, family size,
Crown Meat Cutter, restaurant size,
' $2 98.
Also see our Bargain Tables.
B0GGS & BUHL,
115,117,119,121 Federal St., Allegheny.
In some form or other the talk has been daily ever since. What
ever we may have written, we can sincerely aver that it had the quality
of TRUTH from first to last and we think, nay we are sure, that it ia '
to this quality we can attribute the respect that all our announcements
WE HAVE A FIRM HOLD
Or the Liquor Habit Positively Cured
Administering Ur. mines'
It can be given in a cup of coffee or tea wltnont
the knowledge of the person taking- It: 1 abso
lutely harmless, and will effect a permanent and
speedy cure, whether the patient Is a moderate
drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands ot
Urunkards have been made temperate men who
hare taken Golden bpeclflc In their coffee without
their knowledge and to-dar believe thev quit
drinking from their own free will. IT ifEVK
Holmes, Gibson and Golden "Weddinj;
whiskies in bond on tax paid.
Holmes & Sou-,
WS Chicago and Pittsburg.
Underwear for gentlemen, fall and
James H. Aikes & Co., 100 Fifth ave.
Mabie "Waetweight's revival of
"Twelfth Night," which will be at the
Grand next weefc, is a marvel of scenic
33 FIFTH AVENUE.
Sixth street and Penn ave.
The system once Impregnated with the
it Becomes an uiier jmDossiDiiuy lor tne
pnetite to exist. ForsalebyA.J.Kankln,
blxth and Term arc.
GSE. Federal at., Allei
'ieo. A. Kellr & Co
Flttsburg; E. Bolden & Co.
:gneny. Trade supplied br
Plttburr, ra.. aei7-53-TTB
SNOW AT JOIlNsTOWX.
The Local Keller Committee Will Keorcan
Ize the Fire Department.
ISI'ECIAI. TM.KPRAJI TO Till DISPATCH 1
JOHI.STOWN, September 20.-A light fall of
snow here to-aay cave the people lirln- in the
oklanomas a foretaste of what winter will be
like In their shells Thcj are totally Inade
quate as a protection apainst the stormy
weather that may soan be expected here. To-,-day
So new mail boxes were received anrt ,ii
'be distributed by the Postofficf Department,
to take the place of those washed away S the
flood. Two more bodies apun to-day makes
about the averace when the mraareallat
The local Finanre Committee ha ,-,,.,
atedotthe relief funds in thetr hnd?!'
fieient amount to purchase four new fi
engines, and also to erect anewbrideacro!
the Stony creek and one across the ConS
maueb. river. This action was taken aft J'S
saltation with, those wS "nWb The
money, and s approved by most of the people
here as beinE a very wise measure under the
circumstances. The fire department for the
maintenance or which J100 a day has i,pi n,?5
out of thereof fund, will be kSffi5
put on a more economical basis. fiau"eu ana
Good Gronnda for a Damage Snlt.
IFrXCTAt. TZLEGHAX TO TBI DIRPATC.T 1
r EK, Sept. 20.-A few days ago LeT1 Ke"ster
wbao residence had been rnhbed of watchra
art Jewelry amounting to F.vin tn.i.-i .
anonymous note tellinjrhlni that If one Frank
Oberklerch was arrested the property could bn
found in his house. Oberklerch wai arrestei
and as there was no evidence to hold him he
was discharged. Oberklerch to-night had both
Kester and bis son arrested on a capias ere
llminary to a suit for damages in the sum of
The Fate of a Peacemaker.
"WrLKESBAKBE, September 2a Mrs. Patrick
Farrell, who kept a boarding b ousts at Jermyn,
Lackawanna county, was stabbed to the heart
last night while trying to separate two of her
boarders who were Heating.
SInrrinse Licenses Granted Yesterdny.
(William Hansen shaler township
' Ann a11" Allegheny
? ?,nsl?T,.Lawson McKeesport
Ida Petterson MCKMSS
i Mary Maracko .....UomeTtead
(Jesse C. 'Whitmore Verona boronrh
Mattle M. McUhetney VeronS SSraSffi
( ficorce K. Kenz. Plttsbni-c
CARTER At Denver, Col , Hkwkt Cabteb.
aged 32 years, fcon of ilrs. Kate Carter, former
ly of this city.
Notice of funeral hereafter. 2
KELSO On Thursday morninr- Rontomi,.
19, at New Galilee. Pa., Mrs. Maby Kelso In
the Slst year of her age. '
Funeral at Sit Lebanon Church On Satdr.
bay at 1 o'clock. 2
KEEGAN On Friday, September 20 18SB
at 2 a. si., Uridoet, wife of Thomas Keeean'
aged S3 years. " '
Funeral from the residence of her husband,
5219 Natrona alley, on Saturday, at 830 a. m.
Friends of the family are respectfully Invited
MARTIN On Friday. September 20, at Dix
mont Hospital, Jaiies Mabtik; of paresis.
Funeral from bis late residence, 102 Rebecca
street, Allegheny, Sunday at 2 o'clock. 2
MONTGOMERY On Thursday, September
IB, 1SS9, at 3 a. sl, David Montgoxeby, aged
Funeral from the residence of his brother,
James Montgomery, corner Keystone and Mc
Candless avenues, on Saturday, at 2 p. sr
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
McGREW Suddenly, on Friday morning
Septembers, 1S89. WILLIAM McGbbw, in the
34lh year of his age.
Funeral from his late residence, Gass avenue,
Allegheny City, on Sunday AFXebkoon-, Sep
tember 22, 1889, at 2 o'clock. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend.
8CHMITT On Thursday evening, Mra.
Catharine Schjutt (nee Kunkel), wife of
Phillip Schmitt, aged 33 years and 2 months.
Funeral will leave the late residence of de
ceased, 2838 Penn avenue, city, TO DAY (Satur
day) at 1:30 p.m. Services will be held at St.
Mary's Church, Liberty street, Allegheny, at 2
o'clock p. tu, to which friends of the family
are respectfully Invited. Interment private.
Just received a large line ail weights m
LADIES' RIBBED UNDERWEAR.
One lot of Ladles' French Ribbed Balbriggan
Vests, H. N. L. 8., extra fitting garment,
LADIES' FRENCH RIBBED MERINO VESTS,
One-third cotton, guaranteed not to shrink, H.
N. L. 8.. $125 each; H.N. R. A.,fltoJ120eacb,
according to size. A very beautiful fabric
LADIES' FRENCH RIBBED WORSTED VEST,
Made of the finest long combed yarn, and will
not shrink. We have them in both white and
natural wool II. N. L. a, $1 60, and H. N. R.
A-, SI 25 to 51 40 each, according to size. All
SWISS RIBBED WOOL VESTS
Received in all shapes ana colors, for Ladies
anu inisaes. au weignts in
DR. JEAGER'S SANITARY UNDERWEAR;
Including Vests, Drawers, Combination Suits
Gowns and Skirts. We are Sole Agents for
MEN'S MEDIUM HEAVY WEIGHT BALBRIG.
GAN SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
For fall wear. Also mediums in Merino and
Natural Wool, In all grades, from 50o a gar
DR. JAEGER'S SANITARY WOOL UNDER.
Night Shirts, Stomach Bands, Knee Protec
tors, all grades at List Prices.
See our DISPLAY of these and Fur Goods
at Exposition after Wednesday.
HORNE & WARD,
Catch You Napping.
Don't put off till to-morrow what yon
ought to do to-day. Jack Frost, with his
biting winds and chilly blasts, is almost
here, and you ought to be provided with
uooa, warm unaerwear. We hare now
oa sale a FULL LINE of
Fall and Winter Underwear.
Fall and Winter Hosiery.
Fall and Winter Gloves.
Fall and Winter Underwear for
Men, Women and Onildren.
bTKAMEIiS AND EXCURSIONS.
Sailing every Wednesday from Philadelphia
and Liverpool. Passenger accommodations for
all classes unsurpassed. Tickets sold to and
from Great Britain and Ireland, Norway, Swe
den, Denmark, etc
PETER WRIGHT ft SONS,
General agents. 307 Walnut st, Philadelphia.
Full information, can be had of J. J. MCCOR
MICK, Fourth avenue and Smithfleld street.
LOUIS MOESKR. 616 Smithfleld street
Clothing, Hat, Furnishings
Not only in Pittsburg, but in this section of the country.. The number
of those who patronize us increases daily. We have all along claimed
that we were headquarters in this section for EVERYTHING pertaining
to male attire. That we could, in sp'orting language, "see" our compet
itors and go them one better. We claimed this because we believed it,
hence it is most gratifying to us td find that the number of those who
also believe it increases daily.
-rrrmTB stab likjs-
JTOB QUEJJSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
Boyal and United States MaU Steamers.
Britannic, uct. 2. 11 a m
'Adriatic, Oct.9, 5:30 pm
Teutonic Oc.16. 10:30& m
from White Star dock,
Germanic, Oct. 23, 3p m
Britannic Oct. 3awm
'Adriatic Nov. 6, 3pm
Teutonic jmov. 13, 8 a m
root or westTectnst.
Second cabin on these steamers Ralnnn ntee
(SO and npward. Second cabin, (35 and upward,
according to steamer and location of bertb. Ex
cursion tickets on favorable terms. Steerage. 0.
Wnlto Star drafts payable on demand In all the'
principal banks throughout Oreat Britain. Ap
ply to JOHN J. MCUOHMICK, 1 Smithfleld st,
Plttsburtr. or J. BKliCEiSSlA. General Ant
41 Broadway, New York. cl8-D
Fleishman k Co.,
HEW YORK TO LIVERPOOL VIA QUEESS
TOWN, JTEOil P1EK 40 NORTH R1VEK.
IfAST E3DPBEsTmA.II, SERVICE.
Auranla,Sept.21,2i30PM Gallia, Oct. 9. 5:30 A M
Bothnia, Sept.25,5.S0AJl Etruria, Oct. 12, 7:30AM
Umbrla, 8ept,2S.7:30AM Auranla, Oct. 19, 1 p m
bervla, Oct. 5, 2.30 r M Bothnia, Oct. 23, 3 P it
Cabin passage, (CO, (80 and (100; Intermediate.
(35. Steerage tickets to and from alt parts 01
i-nrope at very low rates.
VER&ON H. BKOWiJ A CO., General Agents,
4 Bowling Green, Mew York.
J. J. McCOKMlCKv Agent,
Fourth ave. and Smithfleld St., Pittsburg.
To Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin
FROM NEW YORK EVERY THURSDAY.
Cabin passage (35 to (50. according to location
ef stateroom. Excursion (65 to (90.
bteerage to and from Europe at Lowest Bates.
AUSTIN BALDWIN ft CO., General Agents,
63 Broadway, Mew York.
J. J. McCORMlCK. Agent, Pittsbura. Pa.
We Have Fall Goods for Everybody
Rich and Poor! Business or Professional
Men! Workingmen or Mechanics!
Old or Young!
An air of freshness, beauty, goodness, style" pervades every depart
ment Look here, look there, look anywhere. You'll see, in our store,
boldly displayed, goods which you have hitjierto been accustomedito
suppose could only be obtained at merchant tailors, exclusive hat stores ;
exclusive furnishing goods stores, exclusive shoe stores and we state an
indisputable fact when we say that in every instance our
Price is But One-Half That Asked by the '
Exclusive (?) Houses.
Exposition Visitors will find in our mammoth sto.ck
everything they require for the Fall and Winter
outfit at prices entirely satisfactory.
41 fifth: jL yen ue.
ZjQoklnff After the Fences.
lErSCIAI. TBLKJRAK TO TUX DISFATCS.)
TUBSBtTBG,- September 30. Hon.H.K.
JAMES ARCHIBATjD A BRO..
.LIVERY AND BALE STABLES.
117. 119 and 130 Third avenue, two doors below
omithfleld sl, next door to Central Hotel.
Carnac:esfor,funerals,(3. Carriages for operas,
parties, &x, at the lowest rates. All new car
riages. Telephone communication. myl-11-TTS
T EPRESENTEU IK PITTSBUBCr IN ISd
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Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WIT.ttam t,
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. iaaXJ-D
ELIXIR OF OPIUM
Is a preparation ol the Drnj: bywhich its in
jurions effects are removed, whUe the valuable
medicinal properties are retained. I possesses
all the sedative, anodyne, and antispasmodic
powers of Opium, but produces no sickness of
thestomach.no vomiting, no costive ness, no
headache. In acute nervous disorder s It Is an
invaluable remedy, andlsrecommendetdby the
E; FERRETT, Agent,
372 Petri St, New York?
WESTERN INSURANCE CO.
NO. 411 WOOD STREET.
ATjEXANDER NIMICK, Preeldent.
JOHN B. JACKSON. VI P,-oM,t
ft22-2frrT8 TO. P. HERBERT, Secretary. I
ALE and PORTER.
This week we commence the manu
facture of our- celebrated Ales and
Porter and shall be pleased to promptly
fill all orders.
We shall put up In half and quarter
barrels a special article for family use.
113 FIRST AVENUE.
165, 167, 169 FEDERAL ST., ALLEGHENY, PA.
SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS IN BLACK GOODS.
48-inch Silk Warp Henriettas at gi a yard. Never excelled in any
46-inch Cashmeres and Henrietta Cloths, all-wool; 50, 65, 75 and
90c are best values" ever shown in this city.
BLACK GROS GRAIN SILKS, 24 inches wide, 95c, $x 12 and
$1 25, are worth 50c a yard more respectively.
Immense bargains in BLANKETS. All-wool, full size, $3 a pair
up. See the 4 pound Blanket at $3 50 a pair, thoroughly scoured,
au-wooi, no-snoaay and worth ?4 5 a pair at $3 50. Fine Saxony
wool Blankets, $5 a pair.
FLANNELS of all kinds at bottom prices. All-wool Country
Flannels x8c, worth 25c anywhere. Immense values at 25c, 31 and 35c
SUITS. Ladies Cloth, Tricot, Cashmere and Sill Suits. Well
made, stylish garments at low prices.
Latest styles and colors in Cloth Jackets,
nusn garments in greajt variety.
SHALL YOU BE A VISITOR
OUR BEAUTIFUL EXPOSITION ?
t We want everyone to know that strangers and citizens alike are
welcome to the freest use of the full facilities of our far-famed Cloth
ing, Hats, Shoes and Furnishing Goods establishment, welcome to come
right in our store and ask to have1 their bags, bundles, wraps, etc.,
checked and call for them at their convenience. We make no charges
and none need feel obligated to buy unless they choose. We want our
store to bring to your mind one of the pleasantest places in Pittsburg.
We want you to think of our store as the handiest place whenever Pitts
burg comes to your mind.
You Can Come From Any Part of the Country
within a hundred miles of Pittsburg and by investing a few dollars in
clothing for yourself, boys or children, save enough money to not only
pay your expenses to and from here, but also have enough left to enable
you'to have a good time while in this city of oun.
300 ly 400 Market street, M
lo Dealer Can Duplicate Either Ontf
Goods or Our Prices.
We have a wealth of pleasing surprises. Everything that brains
and experience could suggest and enterprise secure. By offering the
most liberal of inducements from time to time and living squarely up to
what we advertise we have established a reputatipn for liberality and
veracity unequaled in any similar establishment in this city. Nor are
we recognized alone as liberal and progressive. Our aggressive methods
as well as our progressive style of business, together with our wonderful
and ever increasing popularity is without a parallel in mercantile life.
Orders by Mail Promptly Attended to.
GRAND BARGAIN STORE,
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