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YET FINDING BODIES.
Two More Are Recovered Prom
Ruined Cellars in Johnstown.
MANY ARE STILL IN THE DEBRIS.
The Work of Distributing the Fund la How
on a Better Basis.
1 ALL THE KEWS FBOH HEAEBT TOWKS
jErrciAL TTixaniM to tux DurATcn.i
Johnstown, August 5. Two bodies
were found to-day in cellars, and it is the
general belief that many more will be
found when the cellars are cleaned out.
One of those taken out was a stout-built
man, evidently a workinj: man. The. other
was a woman, and was taken out of the cel
lar of the storeroom of Foster & Qulnn,
which is just across the street from the site
of the Hulbert House, where so many peo
ple were caught The woman was dressed
in the ordinary everyday clothes of a work
ing woman, and on one finger was a plain
gold-plated ring. The body was well pre
served. While it was being removed a
stranger picked up the ring, but uron be
ing accused with the attempted theft of it,
claimed that he was only snowinc it to a friend
Tne department wbere the money Is paid put
is now caugnt up with the Board of Inquiry,
and is ready to cih all orders as fast as pre
sented. Some delay was occasioned to-day in
h e paying out on account of the slow work by
the Board of Inquiry. About S30.000 was dis
tributed, however, and it is thought that the
500,000 will all be paid out before the end of
the week. In the meantime arrangements will
be perfected to pay oat the balance of tne fond
as rapidly as possible.
Many of the stockholders of the street car
system want the road put into immediate
operation, but some of the leading ones do not
want to push the matter. It is a pity the cars
conld not be running now. as it would greatly
convenience tne public and the stockholders
would largely recover their losoes from the
extra travel. Nearly all the track is intact, but
the equipment is all gone.
The citizens are at a loss to understand why
a large force of men are not put to work clear
ing up the town, bnt the impression Is growing
that the work by the (State may be dropped all
of a sudden, some of these days. If this should
be done and no appropriation be made for clean
in" out the rivers the people here would Indeed
beln a bad way.
A BAD BUCKETS BOT.
lie Seems to Have a Fondness for Appro
priates Gold Watches.
rsrzcLU. tei.eoax to shi msrATcn-j
Fin'DLAY. August 6. Washington Martin
this afternoon swore out a warrant for the ar
rest of his 16-year:pld son Ora, on charge of
stealing bis gold watch, valued at S125. Officer
Latchan found the lad emerging from a pawn
shop, where he had tried to dispose of it. He
was immediately taken before the Probate
Judge and sentenced to the Reforms chool at
Lancaster to remain until he attains his major
About two weeks ago the boy stole his sister's
gold watch, which was recovered, and the mat
ter was kept quiet. He has been caught steal
in" on four or five occasions during the past
few months, hence his father's action.
, NAILERS ON A 6TOIKE.
I A New Move br the Manufacturers Will
Cause Some Trouble.
J fsrrciAi. nuciuH to the disfatch.1
if Makttn's Ferbt. O., August 5. Four-flf the
of the nailers at the Laughlin Nail Works
struck this morning against cutting nails below
the uniform weight at the present card rates.
Recently the management notified the nailers
that tb'iT won d have to cut nails smaller in
order to enable the company to compete with
the wir mills and that the change would tako
effect to-da . . , ...
All the nailers appeared at the mill thU
morning as usual and the experiment was tried.
They found that the small nails could not be
cut any faster, in tact not as fast nor so eas.ly
as the uniform size and that caused the trouble.
A FATAL EXPLOSION.
Tbo Blnet Was a Little Slow, bat Got There
rsrxcLH. tsxeorah to thi dispatcili
McKeespokt, August B. Another big ex
plosion occurred up the Monongahela river
this morning which will probably cause two
deaths. This time it was In Friday's stone
quarry at Coal Valley, where a big blast was
touched off, hut failed to explode promptly.
John Btokes and Thomas Allan put a drill into
the rock to see what was wrong, and as they
did so the blast went off. Both men were
thrown into the air. -,.,.,
Stokes is a fatally injured man. His chin
and one hand were blown off and the clothing
torn irom his body, while Allan's face was al
most blown off, and lie was badly hurt about
the body. It Is feared that both of the men
Bay Oat a Big; Slavs Works at Sharon
and Will Pat It In Operation.
J tEFECIALTELEaiLLM TO THE DISPATCH.!
1 SHAnoif, Pa August a The entire plant of
I the Sharon Stove Company, representing an
I investment of over JfiO.000 when it was erected
I five years ago, was sold this afternoon by P. L.
I Klmberly, of Sharon, and the Iron City Na
tional Bank, of Pittsburg, who held it since the
company's failure two years ago. to Graff fc
Hugos, of Pittsburg. The price paid for It was
It is stated this afternoon that the purchasers
will remove their business to this place as soon
as possible and keep the plant in steady opera
tion, employing about 150 men. The works
have been idle over one year.
All for Boyer and Andrews.
rSTECIAX. TZLXaRAX TO TKX DIlrATClT.1
Beiaetonte, August 6. The Republican
County Convention for the elect on of dele
gates to the State Convention was held in the
Court House this afternoon. Dr. Woods pre
siding. 8. H. Cressmann, of PhillipsbuxS. and
John P. Harris, of Bellelonte, were elected as
delegates and were instructed to vote for
Henry K. Boycr for State Treasurer and An
drews for State Chairman.
Off for the Gctijubnre Celebration.
(SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE D1SRTCHJ.
CLAEIOS, August fi.-Mnarion coujtyis well
represented among thel Gettysburg veterans.
About 200 will lyve re on -e 7th and
8th for the coming ceiewrauou . iue oaiue
fleld. Companies G and IUoi i One Hun
dred and Fifty-flfth regime wre recruited
here. There are 40 old member that expect
Drowned In a PcenllJfcfnnner.
KPICIAl. TELEGEAM TO THJflSP ATCH.3
Fbeepobt, August S. MarPolL aged 24
yean, was drowned in the Allefeny river be
low here this morning. She wrfsittlng in the
rear end of a skiff and holdil another flat,
towing it across the river. Ttpan that was
rowing gave a sudden jerk, tbffing her out,
Bhe could not be rescued norjF tody has not
been found. m
The Italian Rioter ifcoort.
ISrKCIAL TELEGRAM TO TVISPATCn.l
IIociiesteb, Pa.. Anl-Vrne Italians
arrested on Friday for riot e Pittsburg
and Lake Erie road ere glvoj hearing to
day before Justice Jarter. of V Igewater. De-
anilw.e Pnnlr anil ,earT arc 1 . Drosecntnrs.
The prisoners wrre held for co ,, defanlt or
j500baUeaeh-Asyetbuttw.o te been .
Ana uwni.- - - mi
" ....-., T. TZLEGBAM TO THE". ,,
. .I.J fllnir BIXL.
Wheelikc, W. Va Aucustliii, Annl6
Mcflalley, of this county, attend 0 take
her 'life last night by drinking onV,co ot
but dbinestic trouble Is supposedLTC"Ceen
the cabse for bcr act yv s
ti. Tllier Was JHU uravv
n.i ... iraiint. ured 13. was
J.UOIUB3 ""-! -o-- -
,nthe Allegheny river at the foot
.;-n. ..At TMtcrdav at noon.
licit '- v - . . 1
ui: nknnt in the water O,
?!e" P:,,r av of k passing steam
"" .. n. J k. hi full II
rated tne xw., ""' "V
river. Ane ooaj w --Tt,.,,.
liter and taken to the home ofijie pft
LOCAL ITEMS, LIMITED.
Incidents of a Day la Two elites Coadensed
for Ready ReadinC
Cuabi.es Arnold was committed to jail
yesterday by Alderman Warner, being charged
with selling liquor without license.
Albert Dennison, a laborer employed at
the Keystone mill, had his right foot crushed
by a large bar of iron falling on it yesterday.
The Board ef Viewers yesterday received
valuations for assessments for sewers on Ann
and Marlon streets, Howard, Spring and Mul
Mns. Mabt Reese yesterday sued Mrs.
Catharine Blackamorefor damages for slander.
A capias was issued for the arrest of Mrs
Blackamore. Mas. Jenkt Katmsx was yesterday held for
court by Judge Brokawin KOObajl for selling
liquor without license, and In S30O bail for
keeping a disorderly honse.
Charles Reed, colored, and Fred Monroe,
white, were arrested In Allegheny last night
It is alleged that they were trying to rob a man
at the Fort Wayne station.
Thomas Evans charges Henry and Mirian
Marsden with conspiracy and blackmail before
Alderman Warner. The prosecutor alleges he
has been victimized to the extent of tSOO.
William Scapfxl, who was working at
Finch's distillery on the Southside, had gash
cut In his head last night by a piece of scaffold
ing, and had to be taken to the Southside Hos
pital. William Steader, an employe in Oil
worth. Porter 4 Co.'s mill, Southsftle, had his
hand crushed in the machinery yesterday af
ternoon. Two of his fingers had to be ampu
tated. In the last two weeks the Society for the Im
provement of the Poor visited 806 families,
aided 164 and distributed among them 617
loaves of bread, 200 bars of soap and 125 gar
ments. Thomas Wdttebbach charged Joseph
Smith before Alderman Schaefer with perjury
last night alleging that he had been wrongly
accused of larceny by Smith. The latter gave
ball for a hearing.
At an early hour yesterday morning James
Maloney was attacked on the river bank near
the Fort Wayne Railroad bridge and relieved
of $2. Later he caused the arrest of John
Flaherty on a charge of highway robbery.
An ordinance was before the Allegheny
Councils Finance Committee last evening pro
viding for the granting of an additional salary
of 11,600 to the Delinquent Tax Collector, the
allowance of 6 per cent on his collections not
being considered sufficient
Allegheny's deaths last week numbered
48; 27 children under 10 and 12 infants being in
cluded. Five deaths were from typhoid fever
four being from the Second ward princi
pally from Jefferson and Tullls streets, and one
at the General Hospital. Fever is said to be
Whkk Clerk Sheppard called the roll In
Select Councils' special meeting yesterday
afternoon only eight members responded to
their names, although a dozen or more were
lounging about the lobbies and halls in the
building. Chairman Ford, with well-concealed
diSJTUSt adioumed tha mpetlnfr withont ha.vincr
b the indolent members called in.
The hearing before Alderman McKenna in
the case of Mark Wlahart, Edward B. Hesson
and J. P. Young, alleged Law and Order detec
tives, who are charged by J. A Martin with
acting as detectives without license, was post
poned yesterday until 4 o'clock this afternoon.
The postponement was at the request of Mark
Wishart who is a fireman on the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad, and could not get into the
city until to-day.
EKGLISH ELECTEIC COMPANY.
A Branch of Pittsburg Corporation Organ
ized In London.
S. Humbird, Assistant General Manager
of the Westinghouse Electric and Manufact
uring Company, has jnst returned from
Europe, where he completed the organiza
tion of the Westinghouse Electric Company
of London. The objects of the English
Company are to acquire the patents, good
will, business and property of the American
company known as the Westingbouse Elec
tric and Manufacturing Company of this
city. The company will manufacture and
deal in every kind of engine, machine, wire,
lamp or appliance capable of being nsed in
connection with the utilization or generation
The Boaid of Directors is composed of Sir
H. W. Tyler, M.T.; Trancis Pavy, John
DUon a;bWViiii. r OylevC. Colin
Macrae, H. Kudolph Lalng, H. Turton
Norton, G. Westinghouse, Jr., and S, Ham
bird. THE SIL8BT WINS.
Allegheny Partially Settle a Threatened
Fire Engine Trouble.
The Allegheny Eire Committee met last
night and opened bids for a first-class steam
fire engine. The proposals were as follows:
Clapp 3s Jones Company, $4,300; Silsby,
$4,500; La France Company, rotary engine,
$3,800; piston age, $4,400; Ahrens Company,
$4,200 and $4,700. With the Ahrens Com
pany the difference in bids was in the finish
ing of the eDgine.
Mr. Boyce, of the Silsby Company, and
Mr. H. E. Saflbrd, of the Ahrens Company,
addressed the committee on the merits of
their machines. Mr. Hunter and Mr.
Rudolph favored the Silsby, while Mr.
Eogle opposed it on the ground that the bid
was among the highest. The committee
finally decided to recommend the purchase
of the Silsby.
HISS M0LLIE CALL DE0WMD.
Tl Well-Known K. of L. Woman Meets
It was a sad intelligence that reached the
city yesterday, announcing that Miss Mollie
Call had been drowned during the day at
Karns station, near Natrona. Miss Call at
tained prominence in the labor circles of the
city at the time whenMhe laundry girls
struck two years ago, and. was elected Mas
ter Workman of the Laundry Girls' Assem
bly, K, of L. She was bright, intelligent
and amiable. She was particularly so to
the reporters whose da ties called them to
headquarters of D. A. 3, and thereis not one
who ever called there and met her who has
not pleasant recollections of her.
The body of the nniortunate young lady
was recovered and taken to Natrona. Miss
Call was the only support of a widowed
IN its first stages, can be successfully
checked by the prompt use of Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. Even in the later
periods of that disease, the cough is
"wonderfully relieved by this medicine.
"I have nsedAver's Cherry Pectoral
with the best effect in my practice.
This wonderful preparation once saved
my life. I had a constant cough, night
sweats, was greatly reduced in flesh,
and given np by my physician. One
bottle and a naif of the Pectoral cured
me." A. J. Eldaon, M. D., Middleton,
" Several years ago I tvas severely ill.
The doctors said I -was in consumption,
and that they conld do nothing for me,
but advised me, as a last resort, to try
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. After taking
this medicine two or three months I
was cured, and my health remains good
to the present day." James BIrchard,
" Several years ago, on a passage homo
from California, by water, I contracted
so severe a cold that for some days I
was confined to my state-room, and a
ihyslcan on Doara consiaerea my life
n dancrer. Happening to have a bottla
of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, I used it
freely, and my lungs were soon restored
to a healthy condition. Since then I
have invariably recommended this prep
aration." J. B. Chandler, Junction, Va.
''er's Glierry Pectoral,
Ayer& Co., Lowell, Mass.
TargtoU. Price tl;stxbettls,i.
Old Sherry, full quarts 60o
Extra Old Sherry, full quarts 7Cc
Old Port, full quarts 60o
Extra Old Port, lull quarts 76o
Riesling, full quarts 40c
Angelica, full quarts COc
Muscatel, full quarts. .. Wo
Tokay, full quarts 60c
For sale by G. W. Schmidt, Nos. 35 and
97 Eifth. avenue.
Don't Forget ft.
Marvin's pure rye bread is the most whole
some food possible for this hot weather. Ton
are missing a rare treat if yon are not using
You may regret it if you come to-morrow,
even instead of to-day. See onr ad. fifth
page, this paper. Booas & Buhl.
Marriage License Granted Yesterday.
f Abraham Cowan it!nr
I liora Harris Pittsburg
t Charles Gruenner Allegheny
tThtrfEsaitotbmeler Mlllvale borough
I Unstav Anderson Braddock
1 Lottie Nordgreen Swlssrale
i PhllUs Day riiubnrg
J Peter WelJtlrcher Mcjyeesport
I Mary Smith MeKeesnort
(James Yoohnm GHur
JllaryE. Kanfmann .nttsbarg
I Patrick Cunningham jtttUbnrg
5 Margaret Uoble Pittsburg
IJobnMneller . EHi'S1"
I Emllle Javens ..Pittsburg
Gertrude Ellis AHomestead
I Edward Luglblhl ..Allegheny
Matilda Blndtman Allegheny
(Frank Galant "S!iH5nr
Martha Jakubek .1 Plttsbarg
( James A. Murray I "HM!e
1 Srruptle Callahan . Oakdale
(Joseph Mnnsch ...McKeesport
X Catharine Knoll J... .McKeesport
(Samuel baul J !.le'nT
U'aulina Shaplra i- Pittsburg
( James S. Bran McKeesport
3 Annie Beauregard .1 McKeesport
(Edward Moore J, PlrUhurg
I Sally Chime .1 mtsburg
BENBOW Suddenly, on jfonday, August 5.
1889, at 2 T. M.. Leslie wsrasu, youngest
son of Ben. F. and Ellzabeti Uennow, of 2108
Sarah street, Southside, agfl 0 years S months
and 20 days. i
Funeral services to bejield in St. Mark's
Episcopal Church, South Kghteenth street, on
Wednesday, August 7. i 2 r. Jt Friends of
the family are respeetfullyinvited to attend. 2
BROWNE-At Liuy'si station, Cambria
county, on Sunday momlnjr at 2 o'clock. Rev.
Fnneral on Wednesday at 10 a. jc 2
BLACK On Bundav mbrnlncAugust i, 1S89,
at 9:20 Joseph Black, is his 67th year.
Funeral services at hji late residence, 299
Webster avenue. Tcesdat morning at 9.45.
Friends of the family ara respeetfullyinvited
to attend. 3
CIGRAND-On Sunday. August 4. 18S9, at 8
o'clock A. if., Tillie ,Rosa. daughter of
Charles and Caroline CIgrand, aged I year.
Funeral from the residence of her parents.
Mulberry alley between Thirty-second and
Thirty-third streets, on Tuesday, Augnst 6, at
9 o'clock A. K. Friend! of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend. .
CO x"LE On Monday. August S. 1889, at 12 X.,
Michael, infant son of James and Ann Coyle,
aged 18 days.
. Funeral from the parents' residence. Homes
street, between Fifty second and Fifty-third
streets, on Tuesday at 3 r. m. Friends of the
family are respectfully Invited to attend.
CUBTS-On Monday, August 6, I6S9, at 4:25
p.m.. at the residence of his parents. No. 33
Nixon street, Allegheny. Hehby alfbed
Cubts. eldest sob of John and Mirrian Curts,
in tne sta year oi his age.
Asleep in Jesus.
Funeral at 2 o'clock r. m. Wednesday,
August 7. Interment private. 2
ENSCOE On Monday, Augnst 5, 1889. at 3.30
r. M Thomas Henby, oldest son of Corne
lius and Mary Enscoe, aged 25 years 9 months
and 5 days.
Funeral services on Wednesday at 2
o'clock p. H., from the family residence. No.
47 Lincoln avenue, Mlllvale borough, fa.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
FOSTER Adelaide Paulson, infant
daughter of Case A. and Elizabeth Paulson
"Notice of funeral hereattT-
GEY At Allegheny, on Monday morning at
6 JO, of pneumonia, Jon Gey, aged 41 years.
brother-in-law of Mr. G. Gollmar, 240 Arch
street, and for years salesman at the sboestore
of Mr. Zles, 150 Ohio street.
Funeral services atthe German M E. Church.
corner ot Ohio street and IBn avenue, on
Wednesday afternoon. August 7, at 230.
Friends of the family are respectf ally invited
to attend. 2
HAYDEN On Sunday, August 4, 18S9, at
midnight. MABY A, relict of the late Andrew
Funeral from the. late residence. No. 725
Fifth avenue, on Wednesday mobning at
8:45 o'clock. Services at St Agnes' Church,
Fifth avenue, at 9 A. it. Friends are invited to
HYATT On August 4. Adeline, daughter
of Frank and Elizabeth Hyatt, aged 2 months
and 21 days.
Cincinnati paptrs pltase copy.
JONES-On Monday, August 6, at 3.30 o'clock
A. jl, at the old homestead in Cbartlers town
ship, Catharine Gillen Jones, relict ot the
late Nelsoa Jones, in her 78th year.
Funeral services at her late residence on
Wednesday at 2 p. m. Friends of the family
are Invited'o attend.
KEATIN-On Monday, August 5, 1889, at
11 a. it, Thsstas Keating, ron of William
and Fannie Keating, aged 14 years.
A previous one front us has gone,
A vdee we loved is stilled,
A plan is vacant in our home
" Whldi never can be filled.
Funeral froh the parents' residence, Ha
venne street, Vear Thirty-third street, on
Wednesday Wobning, August 7, at 9.S0
MORRISON On Monday.Augnst 6, 1889,at 12
o'clock, Mrs Annie M, Morrison, wife of W.
C. Morrison.No. 34 Carver street. East Lib
erty, in the aid year of her age.
The f uneril services on Wednesday at 2
o'clock P. it. interment private at a later hour.
REES Sunlay morning, at 5 JO o'clock. Mrs.
Scsan REES,Wife of W. J. Bees. Lawn street,
Fourteenth wd, in her 40th year.
Services at the house at J:30 o'clock Mon
day eventnoA Funeral at 3 o'clock Tuesday
aftebnoon. iriends of the family are re
spectfully Invite! to attend. 2
STURTEVANT At 6 r. jl, August 8, Jo
seph Clarence, youngest son of T. F. and
Anna M. Sturtovait, in his 20th year.
Funeral will tala place from the residence
of his parents, Oakland avenue ai-dPier street,
Tuesday mornins, August 6, V9 o'clock, to
proceed to ChartterlCemetery. Friends of the
family are respectfuly Invited to attend.
ULRICH Augusts, Infant son of Albert
ana Alice usoorn u,
.TATHFS ATtfTRTO A T.Tk A iron
LIVERY ANDALE RTATW.fis
117. 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below
Smithiield st, next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages for laterals j3. Carriages for operas,
parties, ic., at the lowest rates. All new car
riages. Telephone onurunicatlon. mjl-11-TTS
WESTERN INSVEjLNCE CO.
Assets .VM8,KX 87
NO. 4U WOOD B1REET. "
ALEXANDER NIMICK, President.
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vic President. .
fc22-26-TTS WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
p EPRESENTEU IN PrrTSBUBCJ IN ISO.
ASSETS . t9l7LG9083.
Insurance Co. of North America,
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-D
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillings from Jl up. Amalgars, 50c;
silver, 75c; white alloy, tl.
Gold Crowns a specialty.
OB. J. M. MCCLAREN,
Corner Bmithneld and Fourth avenue.
The Great English Complexion SOAP.
Hi Metts, m HewargoftMitaHw.
PITTSBURG - DISPATCH,
IT LEADS THEM ALL
We have now ready for de
livery another lot of this ex
traordinary good value (3
piece) Chamber Suite. It has
large beveled mirror, 22 by
28, and double bedstead 4j4
feet wide. And all in best
rubbed and polished finish.
Similar good values and
lowest possible net cash prices
N. B. Our complete and
handsome room furnishment
for $41 75, as follows:
Roll (40 yards) mixed
dark colors Fancy
Straw Matting, $300
Suite ( AtS?)
Woven Wire Mattress
Husk and Cotton-top
Good Feather Bolster,
2 good Feather Pillows,
One Reed Rocker and
2 Side Chairs, Oak
Add $1 50, cost of pack
ing Suite for railroad ship
ment 0. McCLMOCK
33 HFTH AVENUE 33
Made of open material, rendering them venti
lating, and the coolest Corset for Summer.
Some ladles wear them all the year round;
others only in summer time. Prices LOO and
fL2S each; sizes 19 to 30 inched Send' in yonr
orders by mail if you are not in the city to shop.
Special bargains In Ladles' plated
at75o a pair. In Pink. Sky, Lavender, Apple
Green, Bronze, French Bine, Gendarme, Ma
hogany, Tans, Browns, Slates and Blacks.
Send in your orders by mail if you are not in
the city to shop.
POLKA DOT FRENCH COTTON HOSE,
Black and Navy ground, warranted fast color,
at SO cents; reduced from 75c a pair.
Send in your orders by mail if you are not in
the city to shop.
LADIES' BALBRWGAN VEST BARGAIN,
High-neck and ribbed-arm; sizes 2S to 33, only
40 cents each: a regular 75e Vest; nice for me
dium warm weather and country wear.
Aline ot Swiss Ribbed Vests, regular 85o
grade, closing out at 25 cents.
Send in your orders by mail tf you are not in
the city to shop.
If you are In look at and buy one or more ot
the lot of small,
on the end of the Ribbon counter. Just the
thing to carry home a nice small lot of fresh
fruit, or other dainties.
Atthe Ruching Department you will find
new things in ,
and low-priced Tourist Ruchlngs. Also LINEN
COLLARS and some special values in White
Send in your orders by mall if you are not in
the city to shop.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH AVENUE.
URA TEFUL COUFORTINU.
By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws
which govern the operations ot digestion and
nutritlon,and and by a careful application of the
fine properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epos
has prodded our breakfast tables with a deli
cately flavored beverage which may save us
many heavy doctors' bills. Itisbythejudlcions
use of such articles of diet that a constitution
may be gradually built 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 Dolnt. Wo
Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold
only in half pound tins by Grocers, labeled thus:
JAS. MELL & BKO,
BOILERS, PLATE AND SHEET-IRON
PATENT SHEET IRON ANNEALING
With an Increased capacity and hydraullo
machinery we are prepared to furnish all work
in our line cheaper and better than by the old
methods. Repairing and general machine
wort. Twenty-nlnth street and Allegheny Val
ley Railroad. fe&So-TTS
720 Penn avenue,
submit a brief
report of a few
from their many
patients for tne
encouragem en t
of rjersons simi
Mrs. W. stated aha liui ivten nmnnnneed In
curable by some traveling doctors. Her disease
Is one of which many ladles complain. She Is
very much Improved in three weeks' treat
ment. Another case of club-foot, very great deform
ity, now being treated without, pain and im
proving rapidly. Young lady with catarrh,
bronchitis and kidney disease; treated by a num
ber of doctors, but grew worse; gained five
pounds during first month's treatment. Old
gentleman with varicaM veins and ulcers oa
right leg cured without an operation.
' Consultation free. Offioo boors 10 tolSO
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 6,
Until onr summer stock is reduced.
That Is the reason we are pushing
our olearance sale so energetically.
We offer this month bargains in
every department, and we show
them In our store windows, and
mark them with large, plain
figures, so that every passer-by
oan see exactly what we are do
ing. Here are a few specimens:
Gentlemen's genuine French
Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers re
duoed from 75o to 50a
Gentlemen's French Flannel
Shirts reduced from $2 to 81 50.
Gentlemen's fine Silk Scarfs all
our 60o, 75o and 831 scarfB reduced
BoyB'Star Shirt "Waists reduced
from 75o to 60a
Ladies' Bibbed Cotton Vests re
duoed from 22o to 12 a
Ladies' Gauze Vests reduced
from 25o to 18a
Ladies' Balbriggan Vests re
duced from 50c to 25a
Ladies' fine Gauze Vests reduced
from 60c to 25a
Ladies' Silk Vests reduced from
Ladies' regular made Hose, 20
styles to select from, reduoed from
50o to 25o.
Ladies' Berlin Gloves reduced
from 25o to 12a
Ladles' pure Silk GJoves reduced
from 50o to 25a
Fleishman & Co.'s
SEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506 and 508 Market st,
Orders by mail receive prompt
Price Lists and Catalogues
mailed free of oharga The follow
ing are now ready for mailing:
Price List of Patent Medicine.
Price List of Corsets.
Price List of Books.
Price List of House Furnishing
We will sot carryover a pair of summer
goods if low prices will sell them.
A FEW OF THE BARGAINS FORliAdES.
50c Striped Cotton now 29o,60o Lisle now SSc,
75c Lisle now 44c, f 1 25 Lisle now 75c, tl Silk
now 75c, 50 and 76c Black now 34a
A PEW OF THE BAEQAIXS FOR CHIL
DREN. EOo Black Cotton, double knees. Me; Stainless
Black, double knees, 25c, worth SSc; 35c worth.
LADIES' GENUINE 8WISS BIBBED
24 and 29c, reduced from 50c: 75c Lisle now
60c, SI Lisle now 75c; Silk Irom 75c up.
Star Flannel Waists and Blouses
Are selling fast, the prices make them go.
INFANTS' AND CHILDREN'S HATS
All cut away down In price; tbey will cost you.
much mora SO days from now.
Tennis Gooda and Flannel Shirts Must
Blazers 12 85. Caps 15c, Sashes W 60; special
lot of Flannel Shirts $1 50. This is a great
All Departments Full of Good Bargains
I G, CAMPBELL & SOUS,
710 PENN AVENUE. 710
Between Seventh and Eighth sts.
O. D. LEVIS, Solicitor of FaUnts,
131 Fifth avenue,above tjmithfleld,nextieadei
office. (No delay.) Established 20 years.
-T t ,..,
In order to make room for the
regardless of cost value. Consult
HOW THEY GLITTER:
75c Black Dress Silks for 6oa $i i2j Black, Gro Grain Silk,
87c. $1 25 Black Gros Grain now 35c. $1 50 Black Gros Grain for
$1 i2. $1 Black Surah now 75c. $1 25 Black Surah now fz. Though,
these are good all the year around we have concluded to throw them in
with the other bargains.
$1 all-wool imported Dress Goods now 55 and 60c, in fancy colors.
75c imported Dress Goods for 50c. 40-inch all-wool Serges, 25c, were.
40c. 30c Henriettas for 20c, all colors. French Cashmeres, good line
of colors, 35c, 50c, 60c and 75c; these prices are $ off.
Special drives in Table Linens this week. $1 25 bleached Table
Damask, 72-inch, now $1. $1 Table Damask, 72-inch wide, now 75c.
65c Table Linen, cream and white, now 50c. 37 and 50c TsHrkeyRed
Tabliasrs. now 20 and 2 re.
Millmery-of all kinds, jdoC
sou ana Ham, , ott.
JB. &z 33.
Tuesday, August ft.
FINE PARIS ROBES.
A stock of
NEARLY t.ooo PATTERNS
Represented now by a very small
number of very choice robes.
Thoy are reduced tbls morning.
THREE $75 ones now 50.
Shades, old rose, serpent green, china blue.
TWO $40 ones now $35.
Shades, olive green, porcelain blue.
You say "Such desirable shades. Why are
they left!" Just happened so. The shades
are the best. The handsome embroidery Is
the handsomest. They WOULD go at the
original prices. They MUST go at the new
FOUR SS0 ones cow 813.
FIFTEEN CO and $25 ones no w C10.
SHALL LOT $15 and 8S0 ones now 95.
THREE S13 50 ones now 3 60.
TWO SIS 50 One Henrietta plaited dress
patterns now $10.
ONE fine Mohair glace plaited pattern at HO.
you see how few there are. If yon want
them do not delay coming for them.
Doing good business in Dress Gooda now.
Do you wonder, thought
B0GGS & BUHL,
115j 117,119, 121 Federal st, Allegheny
Handsome, large, level, shaded lots at
Groveland, fronting Ohio river, accessible
by three lines of railway.
Good building propertv, affording health
ful, cheerful and convenient homes. Large
lots on Benton avenue, Allegheny, at low
prices and on long time.
Choice home locations 13 minutes' ride,
5 cent fare on Central Traction road, ad.
joining proposed Hexron Bill Park. Lots
30 to CO feet front. jv20-17-i
On a New Tack,
Look out what you pay
Just now. Here's your choice.
Clothing of the buyers
knpw-not-what make or qual
Clothing of our make, that
we're responsible for.
Inferior clothing shan't
hide behind low prices any
longer. We'll knock that
prop from under it.
There'll be low prices for
you at Wanamaker's, too.
We've said fair prices till
now. Now superior, as our
goods are we say, Low
We don't propose to hold
this season's goods for next.
We'll make low prices sell
them. Let the cheap look
All sizes and qualities in
Thin Goods and Serges.
i.ooo styles to make to
Slxtfe street an Pena avenie.
Do You Know It?
To serf ect a eure, you must remove t Ji cause.
WINCHESTER'S HYPOPHOSPHITE OF
LIME AND SODA supplies the-system with Ozl
dizable Phosphorus, the deficiency of which is
the proximate cause of Comoniptio. For
Coughs; Brechlts, Weak Lang,, Night
Sweats, and all ThraH Diseases, it Is an un
equaled remedy. Sold by Druggists, fl per
bottle. Recommended bj pbysiclan. Send
for circular. WINCHESTER A CO Chemists,
163 William Street, New York;
167 and 169 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY, PA.
Fait Stock beginning to arrive the
your interest by an early investigation
Carpet oxgall kids,, oi. Para.-
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READ FULL PARTICULARS
ONE DOLLAR WILLBUY
YOUB CHOICE FOR $1
Of Any of the Following:
Men's good black Alpaca Coats.
Men's blue Flannel Coats.
Men's.good Linen Dusters.
Men's elegant Blazers.
Men's beautiful Tennis Coats
Men's good Seersucker Coats
Men's all-wool striped Cheviot
Men's fine Linen Pants.
YOUR CHOICE FOR $1
OF Any of the Following:
Children's all-wool i-piece Kilts.
Two good Wash Kilts.
Two odd Kilt Skirts.
Green Cloth Summer Lap Robes.
Good large extra size Ear Nets.
Men's extra-fine Straw Hats,
Manilla, Milan or Mackinaw.
Men's fine light-colored Stiff
Men's light-colored Soft Hats.
Extra large size Mexican Ham
mocks. Good quality Horse Sheets.
YOUR CHOICE FOR $1
Of Any of the Following:
Superb quality English Percale
Shirts, 2 loose cuffs and 2 collars.
French Flannel Shirts, in stripes
and plaids, regular $1 50 goods.
Fancy Flannel Shirts for Boys,
the "Reliable" make.
Suit of fancy stripe or plain
Half dozen fancy border hem
stitch Linen Handkerchiefs, ex
Gentlemen's Traveling Set, com
plete brush, comb, nail and tooth
brush in solid leather.
These bargains are displayed
all buyers can see what they are at
that any of the above are bargains
WE LET OUR
Striped and plaid Flannel Shirts, 48c, 75c, $1 to 84.
Nice Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers, 66c a suit.
Fine French Balbriggan Underwear, 81 a suit.
Gray Summer Underwear, 75c a suit.
Boys' fine Percale "Waists reduced from 81 to 65c .
Gents' well made Night Shirts, 50o, 75 o, 81, etc.
Well made Unlaundried Shirts, 50o and 75c, or 8 fora
Morley's English Half Hose, striped, 22c, worth 35c.
. AUGUST, REDUCTIONS
'All our 81 50 and 81 75 Trimmed Mull Hats go at 75o.
Our fine white leghorn Hats, 48 and 64c, reduced from 81 and 81 CO
Our black 81 50 fancy Straw Hats at 48a
A lot on bargain counter your choice, 10a
NEW GOODS JUST OPENED.
Full lines of Leather, Canvas and Silk Belts.
Full lines of Black Silk Velvet Bibbon.
Full lines of colored Silk Velvet Ribbons.
Full lines of cream and ecru Laces.
New patterns of Torohon Laces.
New onyx blaok Hosiery.
510, 512. 514 MARKET ST.
.Aora - TrsT 5.
entire b'ne of Summer Goods in all
of our prices.
We are offering some rare
Towels. Si 2c Table Damask.
Damask. 12. inches wide, for 7c.
now 45c. 50c Turkey Red Tablings, 31 and 37c 370 Turkey Red' "
Tablings, 20 and 25c
i2c light colored Satines now 6c. Best American Satjnes now
i2a 40c Scotch Gingham for 25c, and the beautiful Challis at 6c
Bargains in black Cashmeres, 25c up. All-wool black Henriettas,
50c, were 65c. 7c Henriettas now 60c. Cloth and Cassimeres, for
Men's wear, all $ off. $2 50 and $3 colored Parasols, all now $ z 25;
Attractive prices in Men's Furnishings, such as sqc Unlaundried Shirts .
now 3Scj the 40c Underwear now 25c; the 50c French Balbriggaivnaw
33c. New Fall Prints, Ginghams, Percales, Uuaues, now in stock.
Mail orders promptly filled at lowest prices.
Store clows at 5 rl u., except Saturdays, .until September x .
f YOUR CHOICE FOR $X
Of Any of the Following:
Men's White Duck Pants
Men's fine Linen Vests.
Men's White Vests, in regular
and extra sizes, slightly soiled ironj
being in the window.
Boys' goododd Coats.
Boys' Knee-Pant Suits;
Two blue Flannel Sailor Suits.
Boys' elegant Long Pants.
Children's 2-piece Kilt Suits.
YOUR CHOICE FOR $1
Of Any of the Following:
Half dozen fancy Pique Four-in-hands.
3 elegant flowing ends fine Silk
Half dozen Coon & Co.'s finest
Extra quality fancy stripe French.
flannel .Blouse Waists. '--.J
Choice of 100 styles of imported
French Percale "Star" Shirt
Fine quality Silk Gloria Umbrel
las, unique natural sticks.
r YOUR CHOICE FOR $1
Of Any of the Following:
Men's solid leather Working
. Men's solid leather tipped Bals.
Ladies' solid leather glove Bals.
Ladies' patent leather tipped
Ladies' im. kid Oxfords.
Boys' solid leather Base Ball
Boys' solid leather Working
Youth's solid leather tipped Bals.
Misses' grain button Shoes.
Child's solar tipped button Shoes
boldly in each department so that
a glance. You can depend upon it
in the truest sense of the word.
300 to 400
AND 27 FIFTH AVENUE
the various departments will be sold";
bargains in Table Linens, Napkins
72 inches wide, for $x. i Table M
60c Table Damask, cream and white,