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THE- 'HTTSBTTKO' DISPATCH, WEIHJJESDAY, ATJGTTST T, 1889.
IX.
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IN HIS OWN DEFENSE.
A State Employe at Johnstown
Forced to Kill an Assailant.
UORK OP PAYING OUT THE FUND.
The Possibility of a Biff Strike
the liail Cutters,
Among
ALL THE SEWS FEOII KEAKBI TOWNS
ItrtCI.lL TZI.ZORJLK TO TBS DISFATCIM
Johnstown, August 6. Late last night
Mr. Harry Meyer, who has cEarge of the
carpenters' camp ot Mr. Hughes at this
place, shot and instantly killed a man
known as James McCorrnlck. McCormick
had been around the camp the day before
intoxicated, and Meyer and several other
men were obliged to eject him. Last night
he came again while Meyer was alone. At
soon as he gained admittance he drew a re
volver and swore that he would "do up"
Meyer. Mr. Meyer succeeded in wrenching
the pistol from him, when several of the
fellow's companions joined him, and they
proceeded to beat Meyer unmercifully.
The light was extinguished in the melee,
and one of the men said, "Wait till I get a
shot at him."
At this Meyer pulled a revolver and fired,
the bullet entering McCormick's heart, and
tllllnc him instantly. The dead man was rec
ocnlred b v some ol his friends as James McCor
mlck, of Philadelphia. On his arm in India ink,
however, is prioked the name. "il. Nolan."
Meyer came here fromNorristown shortly after
the flood, and had charge of one of the commis
saries for some time. He is of a respeotable
family, and it is claimed the killing was done in
seii-aeiense.
A new arrangement was made by Secretary
Kremer to-day, and no more orders are cashed
at the municipal buildinc, hot after being cer
tified to are taken to Deiberts' bank, where the
Treasurer's clerks haye secnred quarters tor
this week. This action was talen by Mr. Kre
mer because he did not feel safe in handling so
much money in the wooden building where
there wero crowds all the time, and but little
protection. Arrangements have also been per
fected by which after this week the fund will
be handled by the First National Bank here.
The deposits will be made here instead of Pitts
burg, and checks will be drawn on this bank
direct. When the 500.000 now appropriated has
been paid out, all those in the first fire
classes will have been paid a portion of what
they are to get, and the future distribution to
them will be made on the basis of their sworn
vapers. Class 6, however, reclves nothing in
this distribution, but it is expected that an
arrangement will soon be made whereby tbey
can also be rated and then it will require but a
short time to send out checks without the
parties appearing again before any committee.
Judge Cummin is reported to be very much
worse this evening. It is said that ho cannot
recover.
A B0031 FOR BRADDOCK.
Charter Granted to n Company for an Ex
tensive Street Cnr Line.
SPECIAL TELEGKAX TO TUB DISPATCH. 1
IIakkisbukg, August 6. The Braddock
Street Railway Company, capital 50,000, was
chartered at the State Department to-day to
build a line four miles long, beginning at
Rankin station, on the Pittsburg and Connells
ville Railroad, in Braddock township; thence
running by the township road to the western
line of Braddock borough and extending
through the borough by Main street, sometimes
called Braddock avenue, to the east line of the
borough; thence by township road, a continua
tion of Braddock avenue, passing under the
Pennsylvania Railroid near Brinton, until said
road intersects the Pittsburg and Greensburg
turnpike; thence by the turnpike to a point at
or near its crossing of the Pennsylvania Rail
road in the village of Turtle Creek.
Andrew W. Mellon, of Pittsburg, is the prin
cipal stockholder, owning 1,000 of the 1,600
shares subscribed. The other stockholders are
M. F. McCook and John G. Kelly, Swissvale;
A. J. Brackemeyer, Braddock; Lourle Childs,
Allegheny, and V Mitchell. Pittsburg.
AN IMTOB.TANT TOINT.
The Effort of the Nnll Carter to Improve
Trade an Apparent Failure.
rSrECIAL TELEGRAM TO TUB UIRVATCH.I
Wheiliso, August 6. The action of the
Langhlin nailers In going out on a strike against
the first attempt to manufacture the new light
weight nails for the trade will bring a new.
although not unexpected complication, into the
efforts of the manufacturers to better their
condition, and to-morrow's meeting is expected
to be the scene of a longand grave deliberation
over the matter. Ihe nailers say they will
strike in every mill where an attempt Is made
to cut the nnw nails, and many say tbey will
abandon the trade rather than snbmlt to the
further reduction iy wages.
On the other band the manufacturers say
they mav as well continue to cut the heavy nails
as pay the increased price for the light ones,
and that an Increase Is out of the question. A
big strike is therefore among the possibilities
of the situation, although the Laugblin nailers
are now oack. at woric. me nrm n
baying con-
ceded the point for the present.
COLD WATER CONVENTION.
Beaver County Prohibitionists Meet
and
Place a Ticket la the Field.
tEFECIAL TELEORAM TO THE DISPATCH. 1
Rochester, August 6. In persuance to a
call of Chairman Frank Larimore, of the Pro
hibition County Committee, about GO delegates
met in the Court Houso to-day at 10 A. n. for
the purpose of nominating a county ticket.
The convention was called to order and prayer
offered by Rev. JlcCrory. William Wilson
Reno, a young lawyer, was made permanent
Chairman. On taking the chair he said: "I
have been a black Republican of the deepest
dje and have faithfully served the grand old
party, but have left it, burning all the bridges
behind, for one whose principles are prohibi
tion." H. C Martin, of Beaver, was elected Secre
tary, and the following ticket placed in the
field; Poor Director, P. V. Cooper, of Moon
township; Surveyor. N. C Long, of Beaver
Falls. No nomination for District Attorney
was made. The usual cold water platform
was adopted.
CLARK MUST SWING.
A New Trial Is Refused the CovicteJ Mur
derer of DlcCausland.
tBrECIAL TELXORAK TO THE DISrATCB.l
Waynesbtoq, August 6. Ben Clark, one of
ihe parties convicted as an acconiplico in the
McCausland murder, has been refnsed a new
trial by the Greene County Court. After the
announcement of the decision the prisoner was
brought into court and sentenced to execution.
The pnsoner said nothing.
The decision upon the motion for a new trial
for Jim Neff, the fourth person convicted of
this crime, was reserved, and will probably not
bo made known until the first Monday of Sep
tember. A Premature Powder Explosion.
SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH. 1
New BETOLEiiEar, August 6. By the pre
mature explosion of powder at the Star mines
of the Northwestern Coal and Iron Company's
mines, about three miles from this place, yes
terday about 12 o'clock, Frank Bauer and
Alfred Freeman were badly injured, the former
so seriously by falling coal that his injuries are
likely to prove fatal.
A New Industry for FIndlnr.
ISrZlIAI. TILEORAM TO THE DUFATCtl.l
Futdlat; August 6. The Cleveland Target
Company has decided to more their manufac
tory to this city and have already awarded the
contract for the erection of a three-story brick
Xctory. The works will give employment to
about 100 men, and will manufacture clay
pigeons and shooting traps.
A Dlli.Ion Leacae Meeting,
rsrrciii. teliohah to thx nisFAcn.l
Rochestek, August CL The mission leagnes
ot the Lutheran Church, Pittsburg Synod, are
holding a three dajs' conference at Phillips
burg. This being tbe second day about 40
leagues are represented. The sessions have
been very interesting and show that the mis
sion work during tbe past year has been very
flattering. ,
Forty Furnaces to be Started.
r6na.ii. tzlequav to tits diefatcim
Wheeiko, August & A sadden demand
for muck iron has Induced tbe Benwood and
Belmont Mill Companies to order on their
puddling furnaces, and 40 furnaces in tbe two
mills will be fired up at once, rnnnlng double
turn and giving employment to 450 men.
Trt-Stnte Brevities.
Gbeehsduko is considerably excited over a 1
number of recent incendiary attempts. No
great damage has yet been done.
The City Health Officer, of Wheeling, has
completed a list of houses in the city In which
there are no facilities for removing garbage
and sewage, and the list shows that they are
over 1,700 In number. The report baa created
a sensation.
Tax Sherman brigade wili:bold its reunion
at Canton next week, beveral thousand sol
diers will be In attendance, including Governor
Foraker. General W. H. Gibson. Major Mc
Kinley, General Thomas Wood, U.S. A, and
other prominent men. '
A nokthboumd freight and a southbound
ore train collided on the Youngstown branch of
the Lake Shore Railroad, yesterday, wrecking
the engines and cars The trainmen escaped
injury by jumping. The collision was caused
by the way freight conductor not heeding his
orders.
LOCAL HEMS, LIMITED. -
Incidents of a Day In Two Cltloa Condensed
for Ready Reading.
T. B. and J. S. AtteebURY yesterday filed
their answers to the bill in equity filed by H.
Sellers McKee and others against the Monon
gahela Water Company and others. Their an
swer, in substance, is the same as that filed by
M. W. Watson. President of the Monongahela
Company, denying a conspiracy, and holding
that the plaintiffs voted for the purchase of the
Manufacturers' Water Company.
On Monday, about So'clock, S. Qulncy. while
working In the basement of the new Govern
ment building was seriously hurt by a piece of
iron falling and fracturing his skull. Qulncy
was immediately taken to the office of Dr. P. J.
Rowan who dressed bis wound.
James BirrnK yesterday sued D. J. Ken
nedy and Constable John Borland for 8000 for
the alleged Illegal levy and sale of a horse.
He was disgraced and mortified, he cltlms, by
notices of the constable's sale posted about
bis place.
William Noak, a Polish resident of the
Southslde, has been sued for felonious assanlt
and battery by Joseph Smith, the latter alleg
ing that Noak pointed a revolver at him. He
will have a hearing before 'Sqnlre Schaefer to
day. TnE police emergency squad of the Eonth
side took up their quarters in the Twenty-
.iirtith mrd it&tlon house last night, four
men will stay in the station house during the
night and six during the day.
JrjLTCS Gebdesen, a boy, was arrested last
night on a charge of stealing a pooketbook
containing $30 from Mary Jonea on tVater
street. The bov gave the money to hit mother
and she surrendered it.
Stephen Caixowat yesterday sued David
Oiler for $500. because, as he alleged. Oiler, who
was not an officer, arrested Calloway, and
threatened him with imprisonment, merely to
aid a third party.
Eddie Winters, 13 years old, who is em
ployed at Marvin's cracker works, was injured
about the head yesterday, being struck with a
lever at one of the ovens. He is at the Homeo
pathic Hospital.
A meeti-o of the Board of Managers of the
Home of the Incurables was held yesterday
afternoon at the Y. M. C. A. parlors. Thirty
five females and two males are in the Home at
presont.
Jeremiah "Kino, of Temperanceville, was
committed to jail by Magistrate McKenna, yes
terday for striking in the faces and threat
ening to shoot James Robinson and Thomas
Kenard.
William F. Atjll complains of his name
being confounded with that of William M.
Awl. in the resent items about the latter's va
cation. These two are not one.
The Hill officers raided a crowd of young
men last night who had twb kegs ot beer on
tap on Rook's Hill. Tbey all escaped except
Frank and Barney Trainor.
Eighteen Chippewa Indians passed through
the city yesterday boun d for Carlisle. They
came from Michigan, could talk good English,
and are bright fellows.
A tear-old child, daughter of James Mc
Tighe, of Page street, Allegheny, died yester
day from burns received in a tail over the
kitchen stove.
The people of Bellevernon propose to have a
big celobration next month wben the McKees
port and Bellevernon road will be completed.
The Public Works Committee lacked a
quorum yesterday. A sub-committee met and
recommended a number of street ordinances.
The members of the German Evangelical
Protestant Church on Jane street, Southslde,
will go for a picnic to McKeesport to-day.
George Canning, employed at Bhoenber-
ger's Sixteenth street mill, had his foot crushed
yesterday by a casting falling upon it.
A BENEirrpicnie win be given the family of
Richard Mcllavy, the blind violinist, at Silver
Lake Grove to-morrow.
Willie Stanton was run over byoneot
Walnwrignt's brewery wagons yesterday. His
collar bone was nroken.
Delworth, Porter A Co. are erecting a
new addition to their works on South Fifth
street, to cost 15,000.
The congregation of the Grant Avenue Re
formed Church had a very pleasant picnic yes
terday at Woodslde.
Two young men grabbed a tray of rings in
Mrs. Yager's, store on Penn avenue, and ran
away with It.
John Loeffler is charged with embezzling
tliO from bis employer, John Milville, a Soho
beer bottler.
Last week was the heaviest in the history of
the Homeopathic Hospital; 42 patients were
admitted.
Sallie Birch and Annie Gerfen were sent
to Morgacza yesterday by their parents.
Zuo'8 mill went on double turn in all depart
ments yesterday.
FOUGHT A PITCHED BATTLE.
A Deadly Fend Rnglns; Between the Smiths
nnd the SInshers.
Louisvtlle, August 6. The quarrel
which has been going on between the Smith
and Slnsher families, of Bell county, cul
minated in a fatal meeting last Friday.
William Smith and 40 armed men went to
Plat Lick, and about 1 o'clock in the after
noon were attacked by the Slusher faction,
who opened fire upon them from the moun
tain, about 200 yards distant.
The Smith party sought shelter, and both
sides kept up firing for several hours. John
Minter, of the Slusher force, was the only
man killed. The quarrel grew out of a con
test between the two families over a $2 hog.
Summer Weikne.s is quickly overcome by
the toning, reviving and blood purifying quali
ties of Hood's Sarsaparilla. This popular
medicine drives off that tired i eollng and cures
sick headache, dyspepsia, scrofula and all
humors. Be sure to get Hoad's Barsaparilla.
1'Securus JUDICAT
ORBIS TERRARUM."
Apollinaris
"THE QUEN OF TABLE WATERS."
"The annual consumption thisfo'
vouritt beverage, which, it is stated, new
exceeds twelve million tattles, affords a
striking proof ef the widespread" demand
which exists for table water of absolute
purity, and it is satisfactory to know that
wherever one travels, in either hemisphere,
it is to be met with; it is ubiquitous; and
should now be known as the cosmopolitan
table water 'Quod ab omnibus, quod
vbiqucyXiVXZiSH. MEDICAL JOURNAL,
Aug. 25, 1688,
Of att Gnfen, Dnrgku, and Mineral
BEWARE OP IMITATIONS
California Claret.
Coleman's Flag Brand, G, "W, S. Flag
Brand, Zinfandel Claret, by the ease or
bottle. . o. W. Schmidt,
95 and 97 Fifth avenue, city.
Chain, BTonalra. Only 21 Ceau a Yard.
To close out these 40-cent goods the price
is 21c Jos. Horns & Co. 'a
Penn Avenue Stores.
Iran City Beer,
Brewed only by Frauenheim & yilsack, is
... - L-, 1 1 IA,
ieriecuy pure, wnoiesomi
lold at all first-class bars.
B.&B,
Leather goods here of all descriptions,
for all purposes, always the best and always
the cheapest. Booos & Buhl,
Patbonizb Hendricks & Co., 68 Federal
st, Allegheny, the standard gallery of the
two cities. Cabinets only $1 a dozen.
Cabinet photos, 89o
ular Gallery, 10 and 13
per doz. Lies' Pop
iixth st. irwrsu
BlnrrlagB Licenses Granted Yesterday,
Kim. . Xesldenea.
j Wro. B. Dlekson.,., .Vlttsburr
1 Pearl H. White rittiburg
J Wm. H. Oonway .Pittsburg
JKlliabeth A. Kublman .Pittsburg
5 Louis J. Schmidt Allegheny
J Llnle Honff. , , , Allegheny
J John Miller Baldwin township
I Tbereisa Thompson Pittsburg
(John J. Miller Reserya township
i Llnle E. lsenweln Keierte townsnlp
I Louis A. Baker ..Allegheny
IMaryE. Khoads .'..Allegheny
(John Doelfel ...Allegheny
1 Katie Welgel ...Allegheny
Thomas Ingham ..(., ...Pittsburg
( juary near,
.' Pittsburg
Pickett BanTranclico. Cal.
J Sadie U. Bothwell .( Pittsburg
Edward Heed Allegheny
There jialiemllnger d Allegheny
(Simon Hahn Pittsburg
Ellen Ilcrron. J Pittsburg
I John Bins ..........Allegheny
1 Minnie Stauflr ..'... ..Koiatowmhlp
J John K. Whlppo .Parker's Landing
) Condace Horner , Butler
( John O. Bterln. Jr , Pittsburg
IMarcsret 1. Belslmrer....! Pittsburg
JWin.MeNlnner .' Allegheny
Mary Ann Whlttlngton....r Pittsburg
5 Greenwood B. JTulton , Braddock
J Laura II. Hutzen .' Braddoca
J James H. Blue Sheridan
IKancy J. Speed tioerldan
MARRIED.
TAYLOR-DAVIS On Monday, March, 11,
1889, Edward J. Taylos, Jr., and Annie B.
Davis.
STELNHAUSER NEELY-By the Rev.
Newton Donaldson, Miss Emma Neelt to Mr.
Louis Steinhauser, at the residence of the
bride, near Bellevue. No cards.
DIED.
ABHWORTH-On Tuesday, August 6. 18S9
at 7.30 p. m.Earl M only son of Walter a
and Emma J. Ashworth.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
HEYNON On Tuesday morning, August 9,
18S9. at 950, Annie Bethon.
Funeral 1 rom the residence of her mother, 213
River avenue, Allegheny, on Thursdat, at 1.50
r. M. Services at Bmlthfleld Street M. E.
Church at 2 p. jc 2
BENBOW Suddenly, on Monday, August 5,
1659, at 2 r. x., Leslie Winfred, youngest
son of Ben. F. and Elizabeth Benoow, ot 2108
Sarab street, Southslde, aged 9 years 6 months
and 20 days.
Funeral services to be held in St. Mark's
Episcopal Church, South Eighteenth street, on
Wednesday, August 7, at 2 p. st Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
CORTS-On Monday, August 6, 1889, at 4:25
p. M,. at the residence of his parents. No. 35
Nixon street, Allegheny. Henrt Alfred
Curts. eldest son of John and Mlrrian Cuts,
in the 32d year of his age.
Asleep in Jesus.
Funeral at 2. o'clock p. Jc WEDNESDAY,
August 7. Interment private. 2
ENSCOE On Monday, August & 1889, atS.30
p. M., Thomas Henbt, oldest son ot Corne
lius and Mary Enscoe,aged25years9 months
and S days.
Funeral services on Wednesday at 2
o'clock P. JL, from the family residence, No.
47 Lincoln avenue, Mlllvale borough. Pa.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
.FOSTER Adelaide Paulson, infant
daughter of Case A and Elizabeth Paulson
toster.-,
Funeral from residence of her parents, Mans
field, Fa at 2 JO Wednesday afternoon.
GEY At Allegheny, on Mondav morning at
620, of pneumonia. John Gey, aged 41 years,
brother-ln law of Mr. G. Gollmar, 240 Arch
street. anB for years salesman at the shoestore
of Mr. Zles, 150 Ohio street.
Funeral services at the German M. E. Church,
corner of Ohio street and Union' avenue, on
Wednesday afternoon, August 7, at 220.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
HAYDEN On Sunday, August
4. 1SS9. at
midnight, Mabt A., relict
tonne la
late Andrew
u. iiayaen.
Funeral from the late residence. No. 725
Fifth avenue, on Wednesday morning at
8:15 o'clock. Services at St. Agnes' Church,
Fifth avenne, at 9 A. if. Friends are invitod to
attend.
JONES On Monday, August 5. at 3.30 o'clock
A. M.. at tbe old homestead in Cbartlers town
ship, Catharine G ills v Jones, relict of the
late Nelson Jones, in her 78th year.
Funeral services at her late residence on
Wednesday at 2 p. m. Friends of the family
are invited to attend.
MILES At his residence, Charles P.
Mtt.-ith, in the 86th year of his age.
Funeral services to be held at tbe Eewlckley
Baptist Church, TuCsssat, August 8, at 3
P. K.
MORRISON On MondayjLugust 5, 18S9,at 12
o'clock. Mrs. Annie M. Morrison, wife of W.
C. Morrison, No. 314 Carver street. East Lib
erty, in the 33d year of her age.
The funeral services on WSdkmdat at 2
o'clock p. M. Interment private-at a later hoar.
2
MURRAY On Tuesday afternoon, August
6, 1889, at 3 o'clock, suddenly. Alios Lewis,
infant son of J. Frank and Son Savitt Mur
ray. "God's finger touched him and he slept."
Funeral services at his father's residence. At
wood street, on Thursday, August 8, at 10 A.
X. Interment private.
McKENRY On Tuesday. August 6, 1889, at
2 40 p. u, Mart, daughter ot John and Mary
McEenry, aged 11 months and S days. '
Funeral from the parents' residence, Twenty
ninth street, Twelfth ward, city, on Thurs
day, at 2 p. x. Friends of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend.
SPAHN Tuesday evening. August 6, at
7.10 o'clock, Maroaretha Jennie, wife of
Cnirles Spahn, aged 37 years, 6 months and 26
days.
Funeral will take place on Thursday
ArrERNOON, An gust 8, at 2 o'clock, from the
residence, 109X Ohio street, Allegheny. 2
BTCTPY On Monday, 1220 P. 1C, NlCHLAUE
Btufy in his 70th year.
Funeral ftom his lata residence. No. 35
Senna avenue, Allegheny, Wednesday at 9
A. if. Requiem Mass at St, Joseph's R. C.
Church. Interment private.
ANTHONY MEYER,
(Snccessoto Meyer, Arnold fe Co., Urn.,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and rlsidence, 1184 Penn avenue. Tele
phone connection. mylCWQ-Mwrsa
JAMES M. FULLERION,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Btreet.
Telephone 1133.
ap272-WTSu
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H.UEVOEE&SON,
Undertakers and Xmbalmers and Zitvery Stables.
No. MJ Grant street, near Wh avenue.
At tbe old stand fine carriages tor shopping or
parties or opera at tbe most reasonable prices.
'J elephone 23. mhu-M-wsa
FLORAL EMBLEMS.
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND SMILAX
A. M. a .7. B. MUMBOCH,
510
SMITHFIELD ST.
Telephone 133.
deS-M-KWT
ROSES, WATER LILIES.
FLOWERS AND FLORAL WOBKA GREAT
RPECIAT.TV . l
At low prices during summer.
JOHN B. & A. MURDOCH,
Telephone 233. 608 SKrrnist.l) 8T.
Je28-jrw
pETKESEMEU iS .MTTtfBrjKU in 1X1
Assrrs . S9fm.(M!K.
Insurance Ce. ef North America,
.utrarertco m. rut Mntneu.
XSMsvdJuste4 aadpala by WILLIAM X.
JONES. M Fourth avenue. -jaWafrB I
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
USEFUL ARTICLES
-foe-HOME
USE.
Sterling Silver Spoons and Forks. Fine
plated Table Knives and Forks, with pearl,
ivory, etched, oxidized and plain bandies.
CARVER SETS, with pearL stag horn, sil
ver and Ivory handles, put up in cases of two,
three, Ave and seven pieces. A complete stock
of Sterling Silver goods st
WATTLES & SHEAFER'S
NlTv7 STORE,
v 37 FIFTH AVENUE.
au7-MWF
BARGAINS
. WITH A VENGEANCE.
9834 yards Debeige, 6c
These are goods retailed usually at 15c.
596 dozen Jerseys,
37c, 50c and 62c
All black, smocked and plain. The best off er
lngs yet.
896 pr. Lace Curtains,
75c. $1 and $1 25.
All Satines, Lawns and Summer
Goods must go, of this Bankrupt
stock,
.
T. M. LATIMER,
138 Federal St, Allegheny, Pa,
Jr31.arwTBu
Portiere
FolngBed.
Beliable bed at a
small cost.
$12 00.
Three sizes:
Single, three-quarter
and double.
10 per cent
discount
on all
Johnstown
orders.
Midsummer Specialties
Canvas Cots at $1 25.
Factory,prices on large quantities.
P. C. Schoeneck,
711 LIBERTY ST.
an4-wsu
PITTSBURG.
SUMMER
CORSETS
Made of open material, rendering them venti
lating, and the coolest Corset for Summer.
Some ladies wear them all the year round:
others only in summer time. Prices $L00 and
JL25 each; sizes 19 to 30 inches. Send in your
orders by mail if you are not in the city to shop.
Special bargains in Ladies' plated
SILK HOSE,
at 75c a pair, in Pink. Sky, Lavender, Apple
Green, Bronze, French Bine, Gendarme, Ma
hogany, Tans, Browns. Slates and Blacks.
Send In your orders by mall if you are not In
the city to shop.
POLKA DOT FRENCH COTTON HOSE,
Black and Navy ground, warranted fast color,
at SO cents; reduced from 75c a Dalr.
Send In your orders by mall if you are not in
the city to shop.
LADIES' BALBRIGGAN VEST BARGAIN.
High-neck and ribbed arm; sizes 2tf to S3, only
40 cents each: a regular 75c Vest; nice for me
dium warm weather and country wear.
Aline of Swiss Ribbed Vests, regular 35o
grade, closing out at 25 cents.
Send in your orders by mall if you are not in
the city to shop.
If you are in look at and buy one or more of
the lot of small,
NEAT HAND-BASKET8,
on tbe end of the Ribbon counter. Just the
thing to carry home a nice small lot of fresh
Iruit. or other dainties.
At the Ruching Department yon will find
new things In
FLAT RUCH1NGS
and low-priced Tourist Rachings. Also LINEN
COLLARS and some special values in White
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFa
Send In your orders by mail If you are not in
the city to shop.
HORNE
& WARD.
41 FIFTH AVENUE.
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DR. ORR
And Associate
Physicians, No.
720 Penn avenue.
Pittsburg; Pa
submit a brief
report of a few
cases "Selected
from their many
patients for the
?&$G7lB,s M of persons slmi-
4 S'VC.i-'(fc larfv affected:
Mrs. W. stated sba had been pronounced ln
curable by some traveling doctors. Her disease
Is one of which marry ladles complain. r)he is
very much improved in three weeks' treat
ment. Another case of clurvfoot. varv mat deform.
Ity, now being treated; wlthfrht pain and Im- I
pronne rapidly, you ng lady with, catarrh,
bronchitis and kidney d taease; treated by a num
ber of doctors, but grew worse; earned five
DOtUXM durlnc first month's treatment Old
eeatlssaan with varlcosevvates and ulcers on
Bght ls cared wiferataM oration.
Consultation free. O&ehoa-1
A. x.,2to6and7to3p.K. '
hoars 10 tO'llsN
Bt
jyn-D
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
sHssrVisT'sRssW
We Do HotSeil Shoes,
But e have a specialty oi our own that
Is by all odds the coolest, the cheapest,
the most serviceable article of Us kind.
"We refer to the
MANILLA SLIPPERS FOR LADIES
and GENTLEMEN
-A.-t $1 a, az?3
now on display at our stores. We admit
that our assortment is somewhat broken,
and that we no longer have all sizes, but
that is just the reason you have the op
portunity of buying Three Dollar goods
for One Dollar.
Pans.
We haye too many, so down
price:
Folding Fans reduced from $
Feathered Fans reduced
from
Satin and Feathered Fans
reduced from
Fine Fans reduced from z
Extra fine Fans reduced
from 3
j
, goes the
xoto 5
SO to 35
75 o 50
50 to x 00
00 to a 00
One lot Palm Leaf Fans only One Cent
PARASOLS and UMBRELLAS.
White Lace Parasols re
duced from
Fancy Parasols
from i
Fancy Parasols
from
Fancy Parasols
from
$3 00 to $1 as
reduced
reduced
3 75 to 1 70
4 00 to 3 50
reduced
500 to
335
LA T0SCA UMBRELLAS,
with silver detachable handles, which
can be taken apart and packed in a trunk.
All our $8 La Tosca Umbrellas reduced
to one price.
All our $9 La Tosca Umbrellas reduced
to one price.
All our $10 La Tosca Umbrellas reduced'
to one price
AND THAT IS
Q-nly $5- .
Fleishman & Co.,
PITTSBTJEG, PA.
Orders by mall receive prompt attention,
MAILED FREE OF CHAKQE;
Catalogues and Price Lists of Books.
Catalogues and Price Lists of Corsets.
Catalogues and Price Lists of Patent Medi
cines. Catalogues and Price Lists of House Fur
nishing Goods.
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PAULSON BROTHERS.
LADIES' BLAZERS, $3 60 and $4.
In order to make room for our NEW FALL
STYLE 8TIFF HATS arriving daily, we offer
the following:
One Dozen Outing Bargains.
L Flannel Shirts SI 00
2. Bilk Shirts S 00
3. Fine Jersey Bliirts S0
4. Flannel Blazers S2 SO and 3 00
& Straw Hats. 25c and 60
6. Light-colored Drbys. 1 00
7. Soft Felt Traveling Hats. 75
8. English Tennis Caps SO
9. English Silk Bel's CO
10. English Silk Sashes 2 00
11. "Perfection" Hammocks loo
1Z Sterling Silver-headed Cane 1 00
PAULSON BROS.,
441 WOOD STREET.
N. B. We are filling mall prders promptly to
all parts of the United States. an5-xwr
"W- S-
"WM.
' 165,
MANY
In order to make room for the
regardless of cost value. Consult
HOW THEY GLITTER:
75c Black Dress Silks for 6o $1 12 Black Gros Grain Silk,
87a $x 25 Black Gros Grain now 95c. ft 50 Black Gros Grain for
$1 i2. $1 Black Surah now 75c. $1 25 Black urah now $t. 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 ji off.
Special drives in Table Linens this week. $1 25 bleached Table
Damask, 72-inch, now $1 Table Damask, 72-inch wide, now 75c.
65c Table Linen, cream and white, now 50c 37 and 50c Turkey Red
Tablings, now, 20 and 25c. s
v Millinery of all kinds, i off. Carpets of alt kinds, f. Fara-
sois ana fans, wovu
NSW ADTERTlSKMlCrT.
WillYou Buy
I
If Quality Is Good and Prices
Extremely Low?
Wo have gone thoroughly through
our stocks of
SUITS, PANTS, LIGHT DERBYS"
and STRAW HATS and also SUM
MER FURNISHINGS
and have out the prices so as to
leave no doubt as to the genuine
ness of our bargains. Quality as
good as ever, but prices 25 per
cent to 60 per oent lower than
they previously were.
Men's Suits that were 89. $10,
$13 60 and $10, are now $7, $8,
$11 and $13. Children's Suits, for
merly $2 76, $4, $6, $6 and $7,
now $2, $2 60, $3, $4 50 and $6.
All other goods likewise reduced.
Don't neglect your own interests
by failing to take' advantage of
this sale.
--
STRASSBURQER & JOSEPH,
Tailors, CIotMers ail Eatters,
161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny.
JyMwrsu
On a New Tack.
Look outL what you pay
just now. Here's your choice.
Clothing of the buyers
know-not-what make or qual
ity, and,
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 Wanamakers, too.
We've said fair prices till
now. Now superior as our
goods are we say, Low
Prices.
We don't propose to hold
this season's goods for next.
We'll make' low prices sell
them. Let the cheap look
out
All sizes and qualities in
Thin Goods and Serges.
i.ooo styles to make to
measure.
-
Wanamaker
& Brown,
Sixth street and Penn avenne.
frmL
PHOTOQRAPHEB, 18 SIXTH 8THEEK.
A fine, huge crayon portrait IS 60; see them
before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets, S3 and
t2 60 per doranT PROMPT DELIVER;
apli-16-MWT3u
TLQlSTlDrsr
m
SBMPLE'S STORES,
167 and 169 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY, PA.
BRILLIANT
j.
Fall Stock beginning to arrive the
your interest by an early investigation
NEW ABVEKTISEMXIfTS.
BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
406 and 408 Wood Street.
Look at Our Bargains for This Week.
Holland windowahades, assorted colors, with
fixtures. 25c
Five ft, curtain poles, brass trimmings, only
21c.
Water sets, on tray, 60e to SI 60.
Union Webb hammocks only Doc
Large Mexican hammocks only SI 25.
Croquet sets, varnished, worth f 1 23, only 73a
Gents' traveling bags, all styles, from COo
to$4. "
Traveling baskets and lnnea basket from 16e
totiea
Silk nlnsh albums only 69c
i Elegant
J OB&iloi
Elegant pictures, oak frames, sue 22x24,
sold everywhere at 15c. only 6c
Statues. 60 different subiects. from 10c to
,13 60.
Nickel clocks, warranted, only 75c
Bookshelves, In walnut or oak, only ft.
jjiacjc wainus tames, omy ii.
Brass bird cages. 75c, 89c and JL
FalnteQ cares. 60c
;7&C
.SOcSL
.tteautiful decorated front wall pockets, 60c
and JL
EYlk plash cabinet frames only 26c
B tass cabinet frames only 10c
G Iris' doll carriages. 60". 75c 05c. tt
Bo vs' 4-wheel wagon, with seat, only 95c
Iro'il rakes, hoes and hovels, for children,
only 6 e. Children's toy tin palls, with abovels.6e
and 10 - Hundreds of dolls, in china and bisque
heads, which we are selling at half price.
Elega ct vases, which we have lost dosed out
from a Importer, which we are offering at
prices di tver before heard of,
Bargal u thbi week in housef urnishing goods.
65-piece English decorated Ua set, worth ft,
only S2 S3.
lOS-pIece 35agllsh decorated dinner set, worth
H2. only 18 Q-
10-plece Ezllh decorated toilet set. worth
fa 50, only at 26.
Plain glass tumblers only 2c
100 doz. whi'to platM. asst. sizes, only 3c each.
Banded gob.Vsu, worth si doz., only 6c each.
2-qt covered ' tin pail only 6c
Chamber pal Is. asst. colors, only 18c
Cuspidors, as tt. colors, only 5c
A full aasortr sent of iron kettles, enameled
kettles, saucep ns, tinware, glassware, wood
ennware, silvern are. etc Goods delivered free
in Dotn cities.
H. C.
aoi-wau
HAYDEN & CO.
p .a. m :H5 :n a? s .
X O. D. LEVE T. Solicitor of Fatsnts,
131 Fifth avenne, abo re Bmithfleld,rxt Loader
office (No delay.) .1 established 20 years.
se29-hla
HOPPER BROS, & CO.'S
DISPLAY OF GOODS FOR THE
FALL.
IS I3IMPLT MARVELOUS.
Their enormous' wnrerooms are crowded to excess with a stock that is not ex
celled in the two cities, comprising aU the latest novelties in FURNITURE and
ART GOODS, and prion, well, they ore lower than ever, so much so that our
goods are placed within the reach of all, when yon take into consideration the
great advantage we offer tbe buying public, that is our system of selling on
ZES-5T TEzfenVCS of ."TLEHSTT.
Our 20 per cent reduction sale on
BABY CARRIAGES is stUl going
But we still have a few more -of them
take advantage ot the discount
CARPETS !
Talk about houses dealing in Carpets alone, having a large stock for their
fall trade, why it will do your eves good to come down and see ours, and when
yon are down ask to see our stock of IiAOE CURTAINS and DRAPERIES,
they are simply unexcelled. '
ESFDon't forget who we are avnd where we are, and if you make one purchase
here you are sure to give ns your trade in the future.
HOPPER BROS, & GO,,
THE LEADING- HOUSE FDRNISHEES,
307-"WOOD ST.-307
gSole agents for the DAVIS SigWIKG MACHETE.
No One Doits It
The evidence that we are veally selling out to quit busi
ness can be seen at a glance by calling in our store. Tlease
don't infer from this that the cream is gone and only inferior
everyday goods left from which to select. Such is not the case,
Wlien we commencid this Closing Out Sale our stock was im
mense and of great variety f and although, in the time, our
sales have been increasing beyond our expectation, we stiU
have a good assortment, but it will not-always be so. Embrace
this opportunity and call soon.
Everything in the line of Lamps, Glass, China and
Queensware, Qas Fixtures, Bronzes, Clocks, Useful and
Ornamental Goods, all new, fresh and latest styles and best
quality. All must be sold at the earliest possible date. Give
us a call and we are confident we can please you in goods and
prices.
The J. P, Smith Lamp, Glass and China Co,.
935 Penn Ave., Between Ninth and Tenth Sts.
ATTG-TTST 5.
GEMS THIS
entire line of Summer Goods in all
of our prices.
AND THEY
We are offering some rare
Towels. $1 25 Table Damask, 72
Damask, 72 inches wide, for 7;c. 60c
now 45c. 50c Turkey Red Tablings,
Tabhngs, 20 and 25c.
i2c lieht colored Satines now
i2c. 40c Scotch Gingham for 25c,
Bargains in black Cashmeres, 25c up. All-wool black itennet
50c, were 65c 75c Henriettas now 60c Cloth and Cassimeres,
Men's wear, all J3 off. $2 50 and 53
Attractive prices in Men's Furnishings, such as 50c Unlaundned 5mr
now 35c; the 40c Underwear now 25c; the 50c French Balbriggart bo
33c. New Fall Prints, Ginghams, Percales, Chintzes, now in stock.
Mail orders promptly filled at lowest prices. . 1
Store closes at 5 p. m., except Saturdays, until September l
HEW ABTEKTISEXEm.
B. &c B.
Wednesday, August 7.
NEW PLUSHES:
34 shades, i6-incb, at 40c a yard.
24 shades, 18-inch, at 50c and 75a
25 shades, 24-inch, at 75c and $1.
(II quality for Suitings and Dress purposes.)
21 shades, 24-incn, SI S3, worth SO.
Extra quality 23-Inch attl 6u
34-Inch Flush at S2, for upholstery.
22-inch all-silk plash at 8.
16-Inch black plush at 40c
Extra quality white plushes and light iTilrtM
J for painting and fancy work.
NEW VELVETS:
1 6-inch colored velvets, 5 oc.
18-inch, 75c to $2.
Special value 22-inch velvet
$1 50 and $2 50.
Full lines to finest grades.
at
New stock fine Embroidered Flannels, 65c a
yard up to 12.
Special pretty shades all-over Embroidery,
Skirting; cream ground, SI 25.
Navy bine Twill Flannels, for bathing; suits,
20c to 00c a yard. N
Extraordinary business
and Muslin Underwear.
doing in Cambria
B0GGS & BUHL5
115,117,119,121 Federal., Allegheny
THE AMERICAN FIRE
INSURANCE COHPANT, '
Philadelphia.
-Total Assets, January 1, 1837 f,301,S58 01
EDWAXDS JiKEIHTEY, Ag'ts,
QO FOURTH AVE., Pittsburg. P.
3 Telephone 700. jaleo-ir
TTIJL.TD
ICE CHESTS, REFRIGERATORS and
on, and we are selling our stock off rapidly.
left, so that for only one week sore yon can
CARPETS !
au4-'WTSu
aut-WTsa
"W".. S-
WEEK.
the various departmentswill be soUtj
SPARKLE:
bargains in Table Linens, Napkinsjj
inches wide, for Si. ?i-l
Table Damask, cream and w
31 and 37c 37c Turkey Rdj
6c Best American Satines
and the beautiful ChaUis at 6c.)
colored Parasols, all now Ji 25.1
Now

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