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sT-Jv , - -V .':,:" THE PITTSBURG-- DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, :'SEPTE&BEKlp&''- ifSSSlPS'-
SEW AUVJKltTIBEMKJiTa. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. " '
. JEW PLAN WANTED
iTtie County Commissioners Meet to
Consider Tax BeTision.
A LITTLE STK1KE AT JOHNSTOWN,
The Clerks of the Belief Commission Eefase
ALL THE NEWS FROM KEAKBI TOWKS
tEI'ECUL TCUXBAX TO THE DISPATCB.1
Allestowx, September 24. A meeting
of the County Commissioners of the State
was helil here to-day for the purpose of con
sidering antLprsparing for the neit Legis
lature a revised code of tax laws, and also
to consult with a view to the more uniform
enforcement of the present statutes. A
feature of the occasion was the presentation
of a paper from J. M. Kelly, of Pittsburg,
outlining a proposed system of taxation.
"While refuting what is commonly known as
the "sincle tax" idea, the writer was firm in
the belief that all taxes should be by right
imposed upon land. Under the caption of
"Why Lots Increase in Value," the follow
ing points are advanced:
Smr let us illustrate the vast Srucnley estate.
or that part of it that lies in the Twenty-second
ward. Sirs. Schcnley resides in England, and
has done so for many years, her estate in the
heart of Pittsburc being mauaged by an agent
She is assessed for 300 acres of land in the
Twentv-secorid ward $120,000, or at the rate of
$400 an acre. This is the property, though, that
has been talked of as a public park, because it
ts so bcautitul by nature.
A COMTAKATrYE STATEMENT.
The value of all the improvements upon this
S00 acres is set at Sfi.125, just abont the amount
of improvements on an ordinary farm. Sirs.
Bchenley pays a 4-miU tax, or S4S0 a year, for
this 300 acres of cround. Its actual value is in
the neighborhood of a million dollars. If she
paid 4 mills on a million dollars she would pay
If she had to pav that tax she would very
likely sell the property. Nothins but a lease or
it can now be secured. Under presently s
would the tax on this vast tract be much less
if it was cut uuinto building lotsT Each acre
of the 500 would make ten flae building lots, 20
X150 feet, with streets and alleys taken out. At
tbe present assessed value of StOOO an acre
these ten lots should only be worth $40 each.
Yet if this 300 acres was surveyed these lots
would surely sell for $300 to $400 each. Does
the few hundred dollars spent in surveying the
300 acres into huiluing lois increase their value
that much? Not at all. It is the present tax
laws, because as soon as the lots arc planned
they are assessed at a valuation of $200, $300 or
$100 apiece. Why should not these lots have
only the relative value of the acreage with tho
cost of surveying added?
A SIAJTUFACTtfEnfG PBOPEETT.
Let us now consider a manufacturing prop
erty. By chance the Elira Blast Furnace
was suggested. This property is in the
Fourteenth ward, of the city of PittsburJ,
and consists of ten acres of ground valued at
$90,000. The improvements upon this ten acre:
the furnaces, machinery, etc. are valued at
$374,000. Upon this and the land value the
owners pay the 4-miU tax. or SL4D7 60 a year. Ir
the tax was solely upon the land value, 90,000,
the firm would pay but $360 a year. Why should
tbeybemadeto pay the difference? The ex
cess is surely a tax upon an Industry that em
HARRISON AT CUMBERLAND.
He, Will Dead the Procession in the Centen
If rECUL TELEOIVUI TO TBS SISFATCRM
Cumberland, Md., September 24. Contin
uous rain interfered' with to-day's programme
ot tho second day of the centennial celebration
of the formation of Allegany county. Amid
a heavy shower the trades' display took place
this morning, but all else was postponed until
to-morrow. The parade was over a mile in
lenctb. Prof. Foust made a successful balloon
ascent and a parachute leap this afternoon at 2
o'clock. He ascended 1,000 feet, when he de
tached tho parachute andlandea unhurt on the
Baltimoie and Ohio track in the suburbs. The
city's display of fireworks, the boat race and
many other attractions will take place to
morrow. President Harrison will come down from
Deer Park, and to-morrow morning he will head
the military and civic parade. He will be
luncbeoncd at the residence of Hon. Lloyd
Lowndes in the afternoon, and will hold a pub
lic reception in the Court House. Tbe city is
crowded and hotel accommodations are totally
inadequate. President Harrison will return to
Deer Park at 250 p. Jr.
FOR NERVOUS DEBILITY
Uae Honford'a Acid Pboiphate.
Dr. A. M. Bilby, Mitchell, Dale, says: "I havo
used it in a number of cases of nervous debil
ity, with very" good results."
He Is Numbered Anions the Missing.
ISFECIAI. TELICnAM TO TBE DISFATCII.I
Wheeling, September 24. In the Circuit
Court, before Judge Campbell, to-day, the case
of the Stato versus Henry B. Sey.
bold, indicted for stealing $27,500 from
the Bank of Wheeling, about two
months aco, was called. The defendant failed
to respond and his bond of $4,000 was declared
forfeited. The defendant's father, Joseph Sey
bold, cashier of the bank, is tho surety. Sey.
bold left the city last Friday, and his where
abouts is unknown.
Children's Department Opening of Fall
, Styles To-Day
And all this week come and bring the
children. Jos. Hobne & Co. '8
Penn Avenue Stores.
For the Triennial Conclave uf Knights Tem
plar at Washington, D. C., Oct. 8 to II.
The Penna. E. B, will sell excursion tick
els, Pittsburg to "Washington, D. C, and re
turn, from 5th to 8th, good to return until
Oct. 31, with the privilege of stopping off at
Baltimore and Harrisburg on the return trip.
Children's Department Opening of Fall
And all this week come and bring the
children. Jos. Hokne &' Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Tbnma'a Dancing Academy 04 Fourth Ave.
Opening next week, "Tuesday. October 1.
For information see amusement column,
and call at academy.
He Assaolted nn Edltor.l
rSFECUL TELEOEAM TO THE DISPATCB.J
East Ltvebtool, September 24. Jesse Mc
Greggor assaulted Editor H&wley at his desk
in his office last eTening, striking him a tcrrillc
blow in tbe face. A rough and tumble fight
ensued, when tbe employes came to tbe editor's
assistance and prevented bloodshed. Mo
Greggor was af tirward jailed.
ploys hundreds of people and indirectly turns
into the coffers ot tbe State thousands of dol
lars, while the business is a great benefit to the
If the land within the city limits south of the
Ohio and Monongahela rivers, which is not
occupied with bouses and is eligible as build
ing sites, were taxed proportionately with the
already improved lots, every workingman on
that side of the river would be able to own a
home. Yet preset prosperity and his very
desire to own a borne, under existing laws,
forces values out of bis reach and keeps him a
rent paying tenant still.
A STRIKE AT JOHNSTOWN.
The Belief Commission Clerks Quit Work
Because of n Redaction.
JOHNSTOWX, September 24. The office in
which the clerks for the Flood Commission
work was closed to-day, and the doors were
bolted. This was not because they have com
pleted their work, but all on account of a little
disagreement Between Secretary Kremer and
tne clerks. It seems for the past two months
or more the clerks in the office have been get
ting $3 a day, but when Kremer came to pay
them to-day he only allowed them at the rate
of $2 a day. They demanded the usual wages,
but Kremer was firm and would not pay more
than $2, when the clerks quit in a body. This
turn in affairs Is very annoying just now, as it
c&peuiou mat. uie worjv in mis omce would
have .been completed this week, but by the
time a new set of clerks are engaged and be
come familiar with the work a great deal of
time will be lost.
The Committee of Fifteen of the Board of
Trade held a meeting to-day and discussed the
situation relating to permanent improvements.
Consolidation of all the boroughs was strongly
urged as being the most effectivelmeans of unit
ing all the interest of the place looking toward
that end. A commission was appointed to re
quest the State Flood Commission to state the
probable amount of money in its hands after
the $160,000 is distributed and asking the com
misionto turn over the unexpended balance in
its bands to the local committee here. A call
was issued for a mass meeting of citizens
Saturday next lor the purpose of getting the
opinion of the people as to the advisability of
applying this money to building bridges and
other public improvements.
The body of a young woman was taken out of
a cellar near the stone bridge this afternoon,
but it was not identified.
LOCAL ITEMS. LIMITED.
Incidents of a Day In Two Cities Condensed
for Ready Reading.
Jons Christian, ot Reserve township, 70
years old (whose wife isn't so old), celebrated
his 70th birthday at his home on Monday, and
out of the festivities four suits have crown for
Alderman Schafer's adjustment. There is said
to have been considerable beer aboard, and
when conclusions were reached Mrs. Christian
had the best of it physically.
Joe Pabish, "the prince or pickpockets."
was in the city the last few days, and several
gentlemen state they saw him on Fifth avenue
during the Barnum parade. Inspector Mc
Aleese says Parish was arrested in the speak
easy raid on Sunday, that he had a hearing be
fore Alderman Gripp and was fined.
The brewery owned by Walnwright & Co.,
on Thirty-sixth street, will sooa be remodeled
and rebuilt at the cost of $100,000. It will be
greatly increased in size, and will have many
improvements aMdedto it. It would seem from
this that the English syndicate has failed to
purchase tbe brewery, at least some brewers
St. Atgcsttne's Brass Bans, connected
with St. Augustine's Y. M. L. S.. will hereatter
make a very natty appearance when on parade.
They last night made the selection of fine uni
forms, and the costumes will be made in a
The representatives of seven Catholic liter
ary societies met at St Augustine's Hall on
Thirty-seventh street last night toanwupa
Children's Department Opening of Fall
this week come and bring the
Jos. Hokne & Co.'s
' Penn Avenue Stores.
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR GEM
If not come and see it. We guarantee it
to be the Finest Diamond in the city. "We
37 FIFTH AVENUE.
IT HEADS THE LIST.
alffj WrTIBKMBHto'IV tf
B. &d B,
"VYednesdat, September 2
4 ' -j,,aar!Hweiaer'r
Ix tickles the palate of the best con
noisseur, and only $1 50 per full quart.
Klein's "Silver Age." urn
BInrrlnge Licenses Granted Yesterday.
(James M. Hunter Pittsburg
JMatRie ilarnhart Brownsville
(Joseph S;hromofskI Allegheny
I Anna Bomblct L'tttsburg
( Francis H. Skeldlng New York
(Ellen Paul Oakmont
(John W. Schochman Pittsburg
t Carrie Stoner Mineral Point, O
(Robert Brumer .T !....Allegheny
I Maria Schatz Allegheny
(Samuel Gray Pittsburg
3 Lottie Hoerr i Pittsburg
( Horace H. Hayes Pittsburg
( Amie iiirscnman...
( John .M. Marshall..
( Patrick Dnnn Pittsburg
(Sarah Webb Pittsburg
( James W. Shields Unlontown
Bridget M. Haley Pittsburg
( Herman Stringent Ohjo township
(Bell Gibson Rosa township
( Wm. J. Campbell West Deer township
Kachael Hoffman West Deer township
j Joseph Marchlcsokt ...Flttsbnrg
I Albert Campbell Pittsburg
(Allie Smith Pittsburg
(George C Mahler McKeesport
J Laura E. Reynolds McKeesport
I Henry Coone McKeesport
( Lydla Thompson McKeesport
(David D. Lawrence Pittsburg
Maggie E. Burke Pittsburg
(George Meehan Pittsburg
(Anula Traub Pittsburg
mf "SI "JL&jj' rill1 'iftfc'. iff
OUR OAK SUITE AT $18.
-or- ' '
FALL and WINTER
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
SEPTEMBER 28, 37 and 28.
A great variety of Trimmed
Bonnets and Hats, fashionable,
stylish and beautiful. A large and
choioa assortment of elegant
Frenoh Pattern Hats.
Fleishman k Co.,
preamble lor tbe new literary league, wnicn is
being organized. Kev. Father LambVbg pre-
Ax Oshkosh officer named Thompson passed
through the city yesterday morning on his way
to Burton, "Wis. He had in charge William
Quale, who absconded a year ago and fled to
Europe with 135,000.
Charles Rodney was arrested on the
Southside yesterday morning for attempting to
burglarize the house of William Patidell, on
Carson street, near Clinton rolling mill.
The McKeesport and Lawrenceville.turners
have secured a turn teacher, who is a graduate
of a seminary. He will divide his time between
the two places.
PEESIDEKT CAMPBELL'S SUCCESSOR.
FINALLY IN THE TOILS.
The Pitcher Went to tbe Well Too Often.
and Is Now Broken.
rSFECXU. TELEGBA1I TO TttE DISPXTCH.1
JIonGAiTTOW-, W. Va., September 2J.-For
several years past an illicit place for the sale or
whisky and tobacco has been run in a build
ing built directly on the line between West
Virginia and Pennsylvania, near the hanks of
the Cheat river. The place was presided over by
a grizzled ex-confederate, universally known In
tho locality as "Old Hundred," and ho has
done a flourishing business, despite the vigil.
auto ui me local anu government officials. He
had two or three sets of brass checks, one
shape good for cigars, another for tobacco and
a third for whisky, and these ho gave in Dart
change for small purchases of mfscellaneous
articles. One part of the transaction was al
ways done in one State, and the matter com.
pleted in the other, and "Old Hundred" was
accumulating wealth at a lively rate, enjoyine
a large patronage. J J
Hut he has come to grief at last Sheriff
Jones captured "Hundred" in a transaction
made wholly on West Virginia soil, last Satur
day, and landed him in jail. He will be turned
over to tbe Federal authorities, and is good for
a term in the penitentiary.
DEATH ON THE TRACK.
A Callroad Engineer fleets His Fate Under
Ills Own Locomotive.
-llgfelCIAt. TEI.EQ1IAM TO THE DISPATCH.
WHKEiifre. Serfmber 2t-At 8 o'clock this
morning Edward Gibson engineer of cngino
No. 405, on the Pittsburg division of t! e Balti
more and Ohio road, was instantly killed at the
McCullough street stock yards. 3e was run
ning a freight into the city from Pittsburg, and
.ccwcu . .. uu. .u j.ioa lue kck yarns. U.U
ran on past, and ran into the rear of another
W ben Gibson saw an accident was inevitable
he jumped from the call, but, striking a barbed
wire fence, he was thrown bs&k on the track
and run over by his own engine. He was a resi
dent of Glenwood.
Granville Morenui, of Cleveland,
Said to be the Olan.
A statement was published yesterday af
ternoon that President James Campbell, of
the "Window Glass "Workers' Association,
and James Chambers, the manufacturer,
had entered into an agreement to disrupt
the "Western "Window Glass Manufacturers'
In conversation with a Dispatch re
pot ter. Mr. Chambers stated a few days ago
that his firm had no intention nf ,-ntH
prices, and would not antagonize the Manu
lacturers' Association in anv wav. It is
also rumored that Granville Morenus. of
-?. " wm De lne next President
ot the Workers' Association.
Dyipeptit's Victims are numbered by thou,
sands. Do not continue in misery, but give
Hood's Sarsaparilla a trial. The many re
markable cures it has effected warrant us in
urging it upon your attention if you suSer
'"" inuiKestion, sick neaoacne, biliousness
oiuer stomacn disorders. Be sure
Tho Wicked Flee AVIicn No Man Pnrsuetli.
rErXCIAX. TELrGBAX TO THE DISPATCH.!
East Iivebpool, September 21 Thomas
Hardman, tbe night watchman at Wallace t
Chetwynd's pottery, of this city, who shot
Kobert Shaw about six weeks ago, has given
himself up at Marion, fna. Shaw has recov
ered, and no effort was ever made to arrest
Hardman. He had no occasion to flee.
Called When He Was Not nt Home.
JSrECIXL TILEOEAM TO THB DISPATCH.1
BsiiAlEE, September 24. The Jewelry store
of William Dorer was raided by bnrglara last
night, and miscellaneous jewelry to the
amount of MOO or 500 taken. The burglars
turned in a fire alarm at the time of the rob
bery to divert attention.
A Child Burned to Death.
.SPECIAL TEtSCBAM TO TI1E D1SPATCH.J
Umif, September 21. Tbe clothes were
entirely burned from the body of the U-year-old
daughter of Alexander Buckley.', late of
StenbenvfUe, while playing with Are to-day.
and she died in a few hours.
tWHEN YOU ORDER,
Attempts are frequently made to
falm off inferior Waters bearing
labels closely resembling the genuine
Bottles bearing the genuine Apolli
naris labels are frequently filled
with a spurious article.
LOOK AT THB CORK, '
which, if genuine, is brdnded with
the name of the Apollinaris Com
pany, Limited, and the words "Apol
linaris Brunnen " around an anchor.
TEPKESENTEiTNPITTSBUEG IS isa
ASSET . . !9j071,e9633. -
Insurance Co. of North America,
Losses adjusted and paid by "WILLIAM L
JONES. S4 Fourth avenue. ialUKln
HE AMERICAN FIRE
ARMSTRONG-COYLE On September 24,
IS89, at 7:45 P. M., at the First Presbyterian
Chnrcb, Allegheny, by Rev. David S. Kennedy,
Mr. Frajncis Abxstbohg, Jb., and Miss
Mabt Emma Coylk, both of Allegheny City,
CARTER On Friday morning, at Denver,
Col., Henry Cabteb. aged 31 years, son of
Mrs. Kate Carter, formerly of this city.
Funeral from the residence of his brother-in-law,
F. P. Bell, 6835 Penn avenue. East End, on
Wednesday afternoon, September 25,
18S9, at 2:30 o'clock. Interment private at later
DEMPSEY On Tuesday. September 24.
1889. at 11 p. M., Mobbis Dempset, aged 70
Funeral from his late residence, 192 Steuben
street, Thirty-sixth ward, on Thubsday, at
9 sv. K. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend. 2
DUNN On Tuesday, September 23, 1SS9, at
12.05 A. it., Mollis, daughter ot John and
Bridget Dunn, aged 3 years, 6 months and 23
Funeral from the parents' residence, 2018
Penn avenue, on -Wednesday, at 2:30 p. M.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. - -r .2
FORD Monday, September 23, 1SS9, at 12
o'clock M., R. W. Fobd, in his 38th year.
Funeral from his late residence, 335 Chartlers
street, Allegheny. Wednesday, September
25, at 2 o'clock P. it. 2
GIBSON Suddenly on Tuesday, September
24, 1SS9. at 8:30 o'clock a. si., Edit. B. Gibson,
In his 27th year.
Funeral from his late residence. Second ave
nue, Glenwood, on Thubsday morning at 9
o'clock. Remains to betaken to Greensburg,
Pa., for interment.
HOLLIDAY On Tuesday. September 24,
1SS9, at 202 P. it, DAVID Holltday, Sb.,
Funeral services at the residence of his son,
David Holliday, Jr., Leetsdale. Pa., Thubs
day, September 26, 1SS9, at 1 p. M. Funeral
will leave Fort Wayne depot, Federal street,
Allegheny, on the arrival of tbe 2:45 train.
JOHNSTON On Monday. Sentember 23.
18S9, at 6 o'clock p. it., Sabah Lillian, wife
of Charles B. Johnston, aged 29 years.
Funeral from her residence, No. 4051 Penn
ave., on Wednesday, September 25, at 2 p, it.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
LARK3N On Tuesday, September 24, 1889,
at 3:10 P. M., John Labkin, in his 70th year.
Funeral from bis late residence, 44 Townsend
street, on Thursday morning at 8:30 o'clock.
Services at St. Paul's Cathedral at 9 A. M.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
MITCHELL Tuesday, September 24, at 8 A.
K., Roy, youngest son of William II. and
Maggie A. Mitchell, aged 3 years, 11 months
and 11 days.
Funeral Wednesday. September 25. at 330
p. M. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend.
MORGAN On Tuesday, September 24, at
3:40 A. m., William Morgan, aged 41 years.
Funeral from the family residence, 2204 Car
son street, on Thursday, September 2S, at 2
p. M. 2
McGINLEY On September 21, at 4:20 p. at ,
Michael McUinley, son ot James and
Eunice McGihley, aged 2 months and 14 days.
Funeral from parents' residence. No. 7 Scott
alley, to-day at 4 p. if. .
SCHUETZ On Monday, September 23, 1889
in Chicago, 111., at 1 P. Ji., Herman, son of the
late nenry ana uarouna ocnueu, aged Ki years,
Funeral takes place from his brother-in-law's
residence, John K Haines, on Flsk, near Davis
St. Seventeenth ward. Pittsburg, on Thurs
day, September 28. 18S9, at 2 o'clock. Friends
of family are respecttmiy invited to attend.
Carriages will leave Beinhauer & Son, 620
Grant sb. at 1p.m. 3
THOMPSON Of diphtheria, at tho rcsi
denco of his mother, Craf ton. P., C. k St. L. it.
It., at 3:30 a. jr.. Tuesday. Sentemhpr!U lesa
rrwl ...- J". .. 7 " --1 "l
iiiunAs xju.K,saa 01 Aioerta v. and
late Ambrose Thompson, in his 15th year.
ZIMMERMAN Monday, September 23 18S9
at 1 p. m Charles P., son of William and"
Emma Zimmerman, in his 24th year.
Friends are Invited to attend the funeral at
the residence of his parents, Trent street,Elev
enth ward, at 2-JSQ p. jr., Wednesday, 25th
Harrisburg and Lebanon (Pa.) papers please
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold 4 Co., Lim 1
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence. 1134 Penn itiiu T1
phone connection. t mylO-69-MWFSu
P. C. Schoeneck,
711 LIBERTY ST.
N. B. Exposition exhibit, northwest end of
main building. Tbe suite there on exhibition
manufactured of "Prima Vera," the richest of
all woods. se22-wsu
Plush Wraps, '
in every color and shade including black, with
S60.000 worth of Dry Goods, the entire stock of
J. R. Anderson's
make this the place where eager purchasers
GATHER IN CROWDS
to share in this grand sale of
Carpets and Curtains.'
The fall and winter season has
opened in our Cloak Department
with most gratifying results. You
will find garments that are sensible!
stylish and cheap, tailor-made and
unexcelled in shape and fit W
mention but a few prices to show
you what we are. doing:
Tailor-made Stockinette Jackets, J3.99.
Broadcloth Jackets, $3.4.8,
Misses' Jackets, $2.48.
Beal Flush Sacques, $15.98.
11 mi LniiitiLiu
138 Federal St, Allegheny, Pa,
WRAPS FOR STOUT LADIES,
44, 46, 48 Bast Measure.
In Cloth, $9.74, $10.60, $12 and $16.
In Flash, $12, $14, $16 to $30.
"We make a specialty of these sizes in all
If we could pin s full line of samples to every
paper we advertise in (an absurd impossibilltj),
we would not be satisfied.
We want you to seo the goods in the piece.
CAMEL'S HAIR All the rage,
a3 the saying goes.
Elegant, soft, clingy camel's hair
stripe, beautiful colorings, i 35 a
yardj plains, to match, $1.
Elegant Camel's Hair Novelty,
block plaids, rich combination of
colorings, $1 50 per yard.
Camel's Hair in the elegant Paris
ian model patterns scores of beau
tiful styles, panels, side borders
and novelty stripes, 18 per pattern
up to finest
Full lines of Camel's Hair Goods
no better stock of them in this
I country, and our owii goods, too. .
50 shades in those elegant "Paris
Exposition Cloths," $1 50 per yard.
"A new effect, three fine contrast
ing cords for tailor-made suits, ex
quisite colorings, 50 inches wide,
$1 So a yard.
-. New Crepes, or Granite Cloths,
newest colorings, superior quality,
50 inches wide, $1 50.
Extraordinary quality Fine De
lius Suitings, 58 inches wide, superb
colorings, $2 a yard.
Special lines 40 inch Granite
Cloths, 85c a yard a bargain.
150 styles (thousands of pieces) of 60c goods.
100 styles in the special G3c goods.
Both excellent quality of goods, aU wool, im
ported, and 38" to 40 inches wide,
DAILY OPENINGS and enor
mous sales in Ladies' Cloaks,
Jackets, Wraps and Suits, and in
the great enlarged -Children's De
partments. Finest lines and great
est money-saving value in the State.
B066S & BUHL,
115,117,119.121 Federal sfc.Alfegheny.
Last week we made special men
tion of our $7 60, $10, $11, $12, $13
and $14 FALL OVBROOATa "We
want to telyou that, judgdnsr from
tbe big lot of them we have sold
during the last few days, they are
undoubtedly the best values in the
two cities. You should examine
, Our PALL SUITS have also been
.moving freely for the same cause
extra good values. Our stock of
SACK and OUTAWAY SUITS for
gentlemen is complete, and con
tains the newest shades and pat
terns in Oassimeres, Cheviots and
Worsteds. Prices for Suits desir
able in every respect, 88 50, $10,
$11, $12, $13, $14 and $15. They are
-ras is all our, clothing well made,
and on examination you will read
ily perceive their general supe
Laok of space prevents detailing
our complete stock of KILT and
SHOBT PANTS SUITS, whioh is
unequaled for its thorough assort
ment of novelties at low prices.
OUR HAT DEPARTMENT has
developed into an important .one.
We handle none but standard
makes in the newest shades and.
styles at inviting prices.
406 and 4CWeed Stmt.
Cheapest Place in the Ckjr 'w
iJuy Crood .Reliable Goockj
Call and Take Mnttw if Tbtwl
nrT iLTnKnciiTfjci '. rs
" AsA i WA.AMA AAW(
Mpieee decorated toilet set, wrtk S4"ariy
. . .. ' -
Mpieee deeonted dtaer t,w HIH-.
only 8 58.
60. only 6 00.
lit band eune and saee safer Me.
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ieco aeeoraiea ram et, whb jar, wens f
"Established Oyer Half a Century."
STRASSBURGER & JOSEPH,
Mors, (Merc MMm,
161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny,
Our stores will be dosed Thurs
day, September 26.
Crystal ardaaber TiBSgat aoHlis ewtflkr.
White granite dteaer plate easy $. . i.
White granttn teaggsa aad aannaw amir fe-
White granite wash bowl and pitefeer, wertkl
ji ou, oaiy c. , ,-s
.A.Ti.n nfll Oa.a COM ..... IH I-U.
Howell's aaaoai water ealy f te 9c -l
Patz pfaude, eeealae, oaiy 5e a bee
Ink ooly lea bottle.
Acme trypans oaly 5c '
Decorated CBspadorn oaiy Se.
Bqnare cake and bread beses eatr Ste.' 'v
8-qt. pieced olsb pan eotrUc. ",m
Oslranized Iron tea kettte, M, We ad U
iron Keiuet, a oev 7, aa , oatf as.
Wash boilers oaly Gee.
Wood water pails oaly Me.
Cedar water pails. 3 brass Vooas.
Wash tubs, all siies. tnm. Ma
6-bottle silrer plated caster oatr I
Willow clothes bass pen oaly &V. ' ,.' 'V&
Willow clothe feMkUnlTata &
Kid body dolls, Wsque head: fiawiBcrkaiiKJ
laches Ion?, 36c .&
Jointed dolls, bisque bead, ftewJag kaiivlll
Beautiful dsUs from 5c in K OL
Patent headdoBs. flowing aatr.jMhefcea )
Eleeant assortotBt of Yates irss5eta.lLML j
Boyal Worcester styles of rases aad Sfrmci
pott. He to 5a 'tm,.
HLG. HAYDEN fcCOS
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Broun Manjfactirtf sSqipiK
ROBERT DICKEY KCffl
Telephoae US. iiWHII m.iiiTj
IHOTOGRAPHKR. M BTmr i
A tee. Urzs erares nortrait at to, ui
before ordering elsewhere, fstleiii WfTI'll
KfiOperdoaen. PBOJCPT DELLTMCfT
.a. o? eist rn'sm
Slll'iftn areaue, abere SsAMMeM,!
omce. (JNoaeiay.) EstabBtted
Men's Medium Weight
V FOR FALL V
In English and French Balbrlggan,
Light, iledinm and Heavy Weight;
also Medium Weight Jersey Ribbed
Balbrlggan; Light, Medium and
Heavy Weight Natural Wool: Silk
and Wool; Cashmere; White and
Colored Merino; Pure Silk in all
weights, from 3 to 20 threads; also
our Jersey Bibbed in Natural and
Gold Colored Wool.
MEN'S V HALF-HOSE
In Natural Woo), Bilk and Wool;
English band-made Cotton Heavy
Weight. Genuine Scotch Lambs'
Wool and Heavy Weight Pare Silk;
also a line of Merino Half-Hose
Heavy Weight at 25o that are extra
value. Another lot at
35 Cents a Pair.
Former prise, 50c a pair.
ikct tress his.
This Trade Mark is on our Windows.
WE ABB NOW SHOWING
Our Latest Importations of
FALL STYLE SILK HATS,
Derbys and Soft Hats.
KNOX'S New York Hatsff or which we are
the sole agents) are also NOW HEADY.
we navecorreot copies of the above styles
at 12, ?2 50 and S3, durable and stylish.
I I I I I I I
CO pieces all-wool Serge, 42 inches wide,
worth 76c, this sale, 57c. .
0 pieces, 42-inch Black Cashmere,
extraordinary value, all-wool, 50c.
75 pieces Fine "Wool Cashmere, double
width, usual 50c, now 31c.
100 pieces Black and White Checks.Plaids
and Stripes at prices below any house in
Pittsburg 60c, 63c, 76c and $1.
441 WOOD STREET,
Five Boors from Fifth avenue.
N. B. We iron all Bilk Hats FBEE OF
CHARGE, no difference where purchased.
POPULAR ONE-PRICE STORE
WILL BE CLOSED
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
September 2B and 27
Be Open as Usual Saturday, Septemteglgi
ANCHOR REMEDY C0MFNY.
HORNE & WARD,
Sixth street and Penn ave.
829 LIBERTY 8TREEA
Dyspepsia Remedy, Beef, Wine
and Iron, Beef, Wine. Iron and
uocoa. uoa .LiiTerim. H&mnnarin
Fills. Liniment, and extra laree atrenr-th.
enine plasters. We have thousands of testi
monials from people who have need the
ANCHOR REMEDIES '
and all commend them as being tbe best prep
arations in tbe market. We guarantee satis
faction in all cases where the directions are
careiuiiy louowea. selS-UW
III I 1 II
41 FIFTS A VENUE.
JAMES M. FjCLLERTON, "
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
Total Assets, January 1, 1SS7 62,301858 83
EDWARDS KENNEY, Aa'ts.
Q Q FOURTH AVE., Pittsburc, Pa.
Jfc Telephone 760. jalM0-w
A E. LINKENHElMER,
615 Smlthfield street, Pittsburg. Pa. Frelhelu
Frennd Bunding, second floon mMMO-HWTr
CHOICE CUT FLOW.ERS AND 8MILAX
A. M. & JT. Bl MURDOCH,
JT1 ft SMITHFIELD OT. '
UXV Telenhona 429. i Uft.ri.ira.
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Every department in the house is now full to overflowing with a well
selected stock of goods for fall and winter wear. ' Prices will be
found right Visitors cordially invited to look through. No trouble
to show goods.
165, 167, 169 FEDERAL ST., ALLEGHENY, PA.
in ever since me opening or our llouse nas our stock been as great'
as grand, or as complete for the fall and winter trade as we are' showing i-
at present Our floors are filled with all the newest and best patternsia-
utLUKUVM. bunts, ranging from ?i6 upward. These goods are Me
product of some of the best factories in the West, and Can be reliecll
upon as good substantial goods. Come and see our elegant line of J
WHILE IN PITTSBURG
Attending the Exposition don't forget to visit
At Hill. ... All..li..a a.S a ..
reatest free exh!
47 Ohio street, Allegheny, and see one of the
greatest iree exnioits in tbe two cities
200 specimens of tbe parasites that Infest
For Most Extrrisite Flowers.
GRAND DECORATIVE PLANTS. TREES
BULBS, JETC. GO TO ",asJa
JOHN IL &A. MURDOCH,
500 amunneia street
the two cities over
tea that InfMt the
human family. Forty-three tapeworms re
moved from patients in nine months, all but
iwioo uruiK ui nucKupuT county;
Remember Da 3TOG00i no has his
office at 47 Ohio street, treats not only for the
parasites that Infest the human system, but
also treats all chronic troubles with great suc
cess. Do not forget to call, as It wlU cost yoa
nothing to consult the doctor and get his opin
ion of your case. "Catarrh cured by a new and
easy treatment." se25-5S-wsu
ONEY TO IRELAND. Snnrr. a m a -w 1 1
JEncUnd, cnbM te sent by checks on
"Oheaue Bank." which wiiTJ 1 CT.n
. . - . S. m r. -w wjr u
usurers, bhclmm ua tradespeople. Pitt
burg Agency MAX SOHAMBEflO UC0627
DRESS GOODS SPECIAL LINES.
52-inch all-wool Habit Cloths, 45, 50, 62 and 75c.
46-inch French Wool Cashmeres, all colors, at 50, 62 and 75c,
40-inch fancy Plaids, black and white and black and gray plaids
and stripes, all wool, at 40, 50 and 75c.
40-inch all-wool Colored Tricots and Cloth Suitings,3'x and stfic
Hundreds of pieces plain and fancy Dress Eabrics, 10 to 25c.
Special bargains in 46-inch Black Cashmeres and all-wool Henri
ettas at 50, 62 and 75c
Newest styles in Cloth Jackets $1 50 up. Stockinette Jackets $3
and up for black.
Tailor-made Directoire Newmarkets and Jackets, Plush Coats
Wraps, Sacques and Jackets-at low prices.
Large lines Fall and Winter weight UNDERWEAR for Men, Ladies
BLANKETS, all-wool, full size, $2 75 up.- See the 4 pound St
Mary's Blankets at ts 50 a pair. No such value ever offered anywhere,
FLANNELS of all kinds at low prices. All-wool Country Flannels
l8 3S 3 and SS0 N .
NEW FALL MILLINERY now open," .'
At prices that are not qnly moderate, but LOW when compared!
tne prices ot some other dealers. Our stock on this floor embrace?
every tnmg in the line of Carpets and. Draperies.
:-:, OUR SPECIALTY ;:
Is our Parlor Goods. We manufacture them right in our owh'factoryjl
ana always taKe great pride m showing our friends these articlesnajti?
different courses of construction. Our line of Suits is now unstirp'assea
in regard. to style, finish and' quality of coverings.
-.; VISITORS ' .-.
To our place of business are always treated cordially whether they wiw
to purchase or not We always take a delight in showing them howl
capable we are to completely and comfortably furnish their homes, aa5
men you must not rorget mat our terms are
CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS.
H0PPR PB0& -ft CO,,
Do. not miss a visit to our "Cory Little Cottage in the Galkry,M''wk5ii
you take in the' Exposition. You' can get some valuable pointers!
housekeeping. Ask for prices, the are quoted cheerfully.
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