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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH,
THURSDAY, ATJG-TJST 8, 1889.
M'EINLEY TO ASSIST.
He Will Endeayor to Secure Congres
sional Aid for Johnstown.
AN APPEAL FOR THE SCHOOLS.
One More Body Is Eecorered From the
Buins and Identified.
ALL THE NEWS PEOM KEAEBI TOWKS.
rerKCIAL mcLIOBAM TO THX DISFATCH.l
Johnstown, Anjrust 7. The visit of
Congressman McKinley, of Ohio, to this
place to-day created considerable interest
In company with Congressman Schnll, of
this district, he was driven over by Dr. A.
J. Endsley, and he expressed himself as be
ing much surprised at the condition of
things here, and said it was much worse
than he anticipated. Both gentlemen said
tbey would strongly urge the general gov
ernment to make an appropriation for
cleaning out the rivers.
As no money can be appropriated from
the relief fund for the schools, the Johns
town school board has concluded to appeal
to all the schools In the State for assistance.
As tbere are 2,200 school districts in tbe State,
a donation of 310 from each would be sufficient
to keep tbe schools here in operation during
This was a rather small day at the pay office,
the people beinc obliged to wait on the Board
of Inquiry so long before getting tbelr orders.
Tbe board to-day completed the last district,
hot still have over 1.000 cases that hare come
in since tbe first registry was made. An effort
will be made to consider them as rapidly as
possible. It is hoped to get all cases rated yet
this week. Mr. Kremer says that (350.000 has
already been paid out.
A young lad named Harry Burke was struck
on tbe bead with a pick while at work to-day
and bit skull crushed in. He will not recover.
Tbo body of Mrs. E. Vincent Webber was re
covered from tbe ruins and was shipped to her
former home in Uarrisburg to-nibt.
ASTONISHED TOE NATIVES.
The Antic of a Learned Plttibnrc Lunatic
DUeorercd at ZaiciTille.
.prXCliL TEUCORAX TO THC DISFATCH.1
ZANKSVIU.E, August 7. A lunatic was
picked up at the ruins of Btolzenbach's bakery
last nieht by Lieutenant Brown. He said be
was interested in excavations, because be had
beard his father describe the excavations at
Pompeii. He gave several different names to
the officer, the last being William Gorin, and
stated that he had been at work on a farm
near Columbus, but that his home was in Pitts
burg. He was evidently a man of good educa
tion, although he was dressed in an ill-fitting
coat of black, a pair of pants of rough mate
rial, and a red flannel undershirt. He spoke
of Caesar, and expressed the opinion that bis
indirect discourse to tho Helvetll was the
hardest Latin he ever tackled, and that Uvy
He spoke of Virgil, and began, "I sing of the
man," and continued witb a half dozen lines
of the translation, when he abruptly broke off
to ask when bank directors were individually
responsible for a defaulting cashier. He an
swered tbe question bimselt by saying that it
was when tbey were either grossly negligent or
criminally acquainted witb the facts. The un
fortunate man claimed to have entered the
war when he was 14. and to have graduated
from Harvard in '69, taking the collegiate
course and law course during his junior and
senior years, and to have been the valedictorian
of his class. He claimed to have studied
Chitty, Stevens. Cooley on constitutional limi
tations. BlacLstone's and Kent's commenta
ries and many other works on law, and quoted
law terms with awful facility.
Indorse Cleveland and Scott and Nominate
a County Ticket.
ISFECIAL TELEGRAM TO TUI DI8PATCH.1
Eeie. Pa., August 7. The Democrats of
Erie county held a convention to-day, A. B.
Osborn, of Corry, presided, and Frank E.
Woods, editor of the Obterver, was elected
permanent Chairman of tbe County Com
mittee. In tba selection of nomi
nees John Peiffer, Esq., of Mill Village,
was nominated for County Treasurer, and
v Thomas H. Mohr. of Mill Creek, for Poor Di
rector. Tbe delegates to the State Convention
are Hon. William L. Scott, J. 8. Rilling, Esq.,
and Captain Timothy Mahoney, of Erie: C. R.
Powell, of Corn ; Hon. Alfred Short, of North
East; Frank McLean, of Union, and H. R.
Brew, of Conneaut.
Tbe resolutions indorsed ex-President Cleve
land and attributed bis defeat to the trusts;
denounced tho present administration as the
protector of tariff-entrenched monopolies; ar
raigned tbe Secretary for letting In free wool
without a correspondingrednction upon manu
factured woolen article-;held the State tax law
to be iniquitous; favored tbe taxation of all prop
erty, real and personal alike; criticised the
present system ot collecting taxes In Pennsyl
vania as maintaining a horde of unnecessary
officials; heldoat tbe revision of the State laws
as tbe issue paramount to all others in tbe elec
tion of btate Treasurer, as well as the election
of State Senators and Representatives. The
record of Hon. William L. Scott was heartily
ATTEMPTED HIS LIFE.
Ae Alleged Effort to Get an Important Wit
ness Ont ofthe War.
rSrXCtU. TELEGRAM TO THB DISPATCH.I '
UNiojfTOWN, August 7. Harrison Fori a
prisoner in th'e county jail, who Is an important
witness in the arson cases against Bair, of
Oreensburg, believes that ,an attempt was
made to kill him a few nights ago to get him
out of the way In thse cases. Each prisoner
has bis own drinking cup, and while Fox left
his in tbe corridor of tbe jail a short time since
he thinks poison was put in it, for when he had
t&keira drink from the cup shortly afterward
he was taken with violent pains, and In less
than ten minutes was unconscious.
Emetics were administered by the turnkey
and a doctor summoned who said it was mi.
aoubtedly poison. Fox is now slowly recover,
ing. He says be has been repeatedly warned
to be on tbe lookout for foul play and has been
threatened by friends of Hairs, against whom
he turned State's evidence. He was remoed
from tbe Ureensburg jail on account of the
fears of tbe detectives who worked up the
cases and brought here.
LIKE HORACE PHILLIPS.
The Cashier of the Eclipse Oil Works Has
a Similar Attack.
fSrZCIAL TELEOKAM TO TBI DISFATCn.1
FRANKLIN, August 7. Great surprise and
sorrow were expressed to-day on the receipt of
a telegram from New York announcing that
Mr. George FobL of this city, had been placed
In custody, he having been found suffering
from dementia. Mr. Pohl is tbe cashier of tbe
Eclipse Oil Works in this city, and was recently
granted two months leave of absence on full
pay on account of falling health, and was en
route to Europe to visit his old home when
His case is almost similar to that of Horace
Phillips, of tbe Pittsburg Ball Club, and he will
be placed in some private asylum until cured,
as it is understood there are strong hopes of his
case taking a favorable turn with rest and
NOT A HEALTHY REGION.
A Cans With Ballets Ready to Meat a Be
' ported Surveying- Party.
Grafton, W.V-, August 7. News received
lrom Randolph county, where Richard Win
lack, the Pottsville, Pa surveyor was killed a
few days ago, is to the effect that another sur
veying party has been organized to complete
tbe work interrupted by the fight witb the Bet
ters. The people ot the Middle Fork section,
where tbe shooting occurred, are intensely ex
cited, and declare, that they will kill Uie first
surveying party that comes among them.
Tbere are several claimants to large tracts of
land in that section. There will be serious
trouble If any attempt la made to dispossess
the squatters at this time.
Tbe Nail Situation.
Whkkuno. August 7. At tbe meeting of
the Western Cut Nail Association to-day no
definite action was taken on the pooling ar
rangements, threo mills being unwilling to go
In now. Tbe adoption of the light gauge nail
was also postponed. It is said both Ideas will
be adopted at an early day.
Rrorcnelzlnc the Wheeling- Club.
fSrZCIAL TILIOEAM TO THX DISFATCB.1
Whexliito, August 7. At a meeting of tbe
Directors of the Local Ball Association to-night
John E. Wright, assistant secretary of the
Laballo Mitt, was made Manager, Tim
Bowman Captain, and Dunn was fined
all the salary coming to him and nnnrtri
for drunkenness. Tbe offer of Glasscock, of
Anuuwapouo, w Mb uw emu naro ttustie, E&O
pitcher, was accepted, and Rossis telegraphed
for. W. B. McKean, brother of the famous
Cleveland shortstop, was also wired for, as well
as third baseman Youngman. of McKeesport,
This very materially braces up the club.
AIXIAKOE is endeavoring to organize a
powerful branch of the Young Men's Christian
Association and to secure comfortable quarters.
Tan families ot Mr. Everhart and J. P. Rog
ers, of Tiffin, O., were probably fatally poi
soned yesterday by eating bad cheese.
A TOUJf o son of Ezra Miller, a farmer living
near Hew Martinsville, W. Va, was bitten by
a copper snake and died in a few hours. This
is the fourth fatality from snake bite In this
and tbe adjoining county of Pleasants within
the last two weeks.
WHILE Miss Mattie McQuaidc, of Delmont,
was out horseback riding, she was thrown
violently to tbe ground. Her foot retnained
fast in the stirrup, when tbe horse ran off,
dragging her for a considerable distance.
When picked up she was fonnd to be uncon
scious and hurt Internally to such an extent
that she will die. She is about 18 and highly
A Wreck on tbe Rail.
tSPECIAI. TELEGRAM TO THE DIsrATCH.l
Washington, Pa August 7. An inspec
tion train collided with the passenger train due
here at 6 o'clock at Boyce's station to-night.
One engine was badly damaged. Rev. J. D.
Shanks, of Philadelphia, and a lady of this
place, received painful but not serious inju
ries. . LOCAL ITEMS, LIMITED.
Incidents of a Day In Two Cities Condensed
for Ready Reading.
A'basebaix game will be played this after
noon at East End Ball Park between a nine
composed of Republicans of the Fifteenth
ward against a nine of Democrats from the
same ward. Samuel Wainwright will captain
tbe Republican club, and his brother Edward
the Democrats. Eddie Martin, city messenger,
will do the pitching for the Republican club,
and Edward DeLassuss, of Chief Brown's
office, will umpire tbe game.
Harry B. Stonek, one of the employes of
the Bauder Detectijo Agency, says he is not
only entirely Innocent of tbe charge of black
mail, but that be was engaged only in serving
legal papers,etc, in a legal way.for the agency.
He thinks his previous good character should
secure for him a suspension of publlcjudgment
until Monday's bearing, when he bopes more
fully to establish his innocence.
As counsel in the case of the Mexican Ore
Company vs the Mexican Gnadaloupe Mining
Comnany were unable to agree on a form of
decree for preliminary injunction and settle
ment and tbe appointment of a manager, tbey
argued before 3udge McKennan yesterday, and
Francis N. Holbrook, of El Paso, Tex., has
been appointed manager of the mines pending
A telegram was received by the police offi
cials yesterday from the Excelsior Electric
Company, of New fork, for Information con
cerning Noel B. Emery, an agent ot that com
pany, who. it bad been reported to tbem, bad
been stricken with apoplexy m this city. The
police have no knowledge of the case.
Margaret Baird, aed 76 years, sister of
Samuel Baird, who d.ed in 1881, petitions tbe
Orphans' Court to compel Executor J. A Max
well to allow her money for support from her
brother's estate, as per his will, and to exact a
bond from Maxwell or remove him.
Battery B will leave this evening via tbe
Pennsylvania Railroad for Mt, Gretna for the
annual encampment. Lieutenant George
Sbeppard will be in command, and will take 75
men. The battery will form on New Grant
street at 7 o'clock.
The destitution of A G. West, of Johns
town, is being Investigated by tbe Relief Com
mittee. W. R. Thompson said in regard to the
matter, that. If Mr. West had applied for aid,
instead of rushing into print, he would have re
Charles Ereiling and Catherine Nagel,
formerly Breiling. had been man and wife, but
were divorced, lhey owned jointly property
in the First ward, from which Breiling has
been receiving the revenue, and a partition is
Henry Reed, who was brutally assaulted at
Clinton, last Saturday, is said to be at death's
door. R. H. Wilson, tbe elder of tbe assailants,
has been arrested and is held in $2,000 bail; but
the younger Wilson has not been caught.
Because John Devltt undertook to escort
tbe 11-year-old niece ot Henry Levlson through
the parks and out the electric road, while stop
ping over with her uncle, en route from Corry
to Chicago, Mayor Pearson fined John f 10.
Samuel. McMn.T.m will have a hearing this
evening before Alderman Rodgers on a charge
of malicious mischief. It is alleged that he
broke a ITS plate glass window In Lewis
Ourin's store on Miin street, West End.
The case of Frank E. Gillette, who Is
charged by D. M. Sayler beiore Alderman
Lobrman with obtaining money under false
pretense, has been continued until next
Magistrate Griff committed Martin Con
nors to jail yesterday for a hearing to-day on a
charge of aggravated assault and battery with
a bottle upon Catherine CordelL
Birdie Yost sued Jennie and Gertie Pierce
and Kate Tooms yesterday for assault and
battery. The girls are 14 years of age, and the
suit Is the result of a dispute.
By special request of the patrons of Harris'
Theater. Manager Dean has concluded to put
on "His Natural Life" Friday and Saturday,
Twenty-eight boys and girls from the
Chippewa tribe in Michigan passed throngb tbe
xltylast eight, bound for the Indian school at
The Pittsburg and Western's excursion to
Chicago to-day promises to be a large one.
A charter was granted yesterday to the
Allegheny Turners' Association.
The Homeopathic Hospital is In need of old
muslin and linen.
SIXTY NERVOUS CANDIDATES
Stnmble Through n Civil Service Examina
tion at the National Capital.
Washington, August 7. Fifty-nine
men and one woman were examined by the
local Postoffice Board at the rooms of the
Civil Service Commission to-day. Thirty
of the number want to be clerks in the city
postoffice, and the remaining 30 will be
happy if they can secure appointments as
letter carriers. Of the would-be clerks
eight were colored, and of the want-to-be
carriers seven were colored. The candidates
were extremely solemn in their demeanor,
and each one looked as thongh his case was
Some of them were nervous to a ridicu
lous degree, and one man who wants to be a
carrier licked all the ink off his pen five or
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 cough1 is
wonderfully relieved by this medicine.
" I have used Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
with tho 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 up by' my physician. One
bottle and a naif of the Pectoral cured
me." A. J. Eidson, M. D., Middleton,
" Several years ago I was severely ill.
The doctors said I"was in consumption,
and that tbey could 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 tho present day." James Birchard,
"Several years ago, on a passage home
from California, by water, I contracted
so severe a cold that for some days I
was confined to my state-room, and a
physician on board considered my Ufa
In danger. Happening to have a bottle
of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, I used it
ireelyi and my lungs were soon restored
to a healthy condition. Since then I
have Invariably recommended this prep
aration." J. B. Chandler, Junction, Va.
Ayer's Cheny Pectoral,
6r. J. C. Ayer it Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists. Price 61;tlxboUles,fc
six times in succession while puzzling his
brain with the question "What foreign
country forms the southern boundary of
Oregon?" Another candidate, to whom was
dictated a sentence ending "should be re
turned to the commission," wrote "should be
returned to the combination." It will be at
least two months, and perhaps twice as long,
before those who were examined to-day will
know their respective fates.
A Railroad In Trocble.
New York, August 7. The Zanesville
and Ohio BiverTtailway Company, which
had interest on $2,000,000 first mortgage
bonds to meet on Angust 1 has so far been
unable to procure funds and the coupons
have been defaulted.
A Godsend to Humanity.
"My wife has been sorely distressed for
many vears," writes Henry C. Baymond, of
Ironton, O. "Her diseases have been so
varied that I will not attempt to describe
them. I have paid over 1 1,000 for doctors
and medicines for her without any satisfac
tory results. We read so much about Pe
ruana that I was forced to try it It has
done her more good than all the doctors
and medicines she ever made use of. Pe
runa is certainly a Godsend to humanity."
Sold by all druggists 51 a bottle. Dr.
Hartman's "Ills of Life," sent lree to any
address by the Peruna Medicine Co.,
Columbus, O., contains many other testi
monials. California Wines.
Old Sherry, full quarto Me
Extra Old Sherry, full quarts 7Sc
Old Port. fulfquartfl 50c
Extra Old Port, lull quarts 75c
Biesling, full quarts 40c
Angelica, full quarts 50c
Muscatel,- full quarts. 60c
Tokay, full quarts , 50c
For sale by G. W. Schmidt, Nos. 95 and
97 Fifth avenue.
The French Dress Patterns That Are Re
dneed In Price
Include the very choicest and finest the
prices for them witqin easy buying reach
by all means see these dress goods bargains.
Jos. Hokne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
To introduce our fine crayon work. 100 25
x.30 life-size crayons will be given away by
Hendricks & Co., No. 68 Federal at., Alle
gheny, beginning August 1, to the holders
of their family tickets. This is your chance
for a portrait.
Patkonize Hendricks & Co., 68 Federal
st, Allegheny, the standard gallery of the
two cities. Cabinets only $1 a dozen.
Slnrrlase Licenses Granted Yesterday.
J Andrew W. Bnrk Plttsbnre:
Emma V. Kearns Green Tree Boro
1 James B. Kearney., Allegheny
J EmiUe a. Kramar... Allegheny
J George J. Wills.". Allegheny
I Hattfe M. Bark Allegheny
(John Brown PitUbnrg
1 Maud Maguire Plttsbnrg
( Peter Tnlencsa Jefferson county, O.
4 Susanna Sopko. Jefferson county, U.
IMary Grunthler .Tarentnm
(James B. Thompson Allegheny
J Minnie A. Klrtlej Allegheny
J Anthonv A. King Pittsburg
J Hannah Tierney Pittsburg
(HnghLeezer ; Olenfleld
I Anna Murray...? Glen&eld
( Wesley I. Craig Pittsburg
Henrietta K. Kenton 1'ltUburg
'(John Suffcl Pittsburg
J Margaret McDonnell Pittsburg
(John Kosewald Pittsbnrg
IMary M. Barrell Pittsbnrg
J Joseph Wacbter Allegheny
1 yrancls Bnch Allegheny
(AngnstH. Goldstrohm Mifflin township
Katie Kerber Mifflin township
(Abraham B. Sneneer Pittsbnrg
Alice M. O'Brien Pittsbnrg
Jtfherwell K. Davis Westmoreland county
I Maggie Allen .Allegheny
j Isaac Vanleer Allegheny
I Bridget lonuray Allegheny
(Joseph Fulton , Pittsbnrg
IMary A. Buchanan Pittsbnrg
(Herman Gnstaf Giabow ,Braddock
) Mckallne Urlbofskl.... BraddocK
j Cicero Watson r. 'Washington
I Elizabeth Asbury. Washington
McCUEAK TATTON-On Tuesday, JulyZJ,
by Rev. A D. Heffern, at the Church of tbe
Good Shepherd, Hazelwood, Mr. Walxiah
McCueait and Hits Jane Tatton.
ABHWORTH On Tuesday, August 6, 18S9,
at 7:30 V, it.. EARL MM only son ot Walter S.
and Emma J. Ashwortb.
Funeral from the residence of Mrs. Robert
Ashwortb, SI East Jefferson street, Allegheny,
on Thursday horning at 10 o'clock. Inter
BEYNON On Tnesday morning, August 6,
1889. at 920, Annie Esynon.
Funeral lrom the residence of her mother, 213
River avenue, Allegheny, on Tutjrsdat, at 1:30
p. M. Services at Smithfield Street M. E.
Church at 2 P. M. a
COTJZINS On Wednesday morning. August
7. 18S9, at 220 o'clock, MART Gleeson. wife
of Daniel Cousins, in the S3d year of her age.
Funeral will take place from her late resi
dence, No. 138 Spring alley. Tenth ward, on
Friday morning, August 9, at 8:30 o'clock.
Services at St. Patrick's Church, Seventeenth
street, at 9 o'clock. Friends of tbo family are
respectfully Invited to attend.
FARRON-On Wednesday, Aug. 7. 1889, atl
o'clock p. M., Maysie, daughter of C. it and
Kate Farron, aged S years, 1 month and 7 days.
Funeral services at the residence of her
parents, 1602 Second avenue, near Marion sta
tion, B. fc O. R. R on Friday morning, on
arrival of train leaving 13. & O. depot at 10
LEE On Tuesday, the 6th Inst, at 5 J5 P. Sl
at Mansfield, Pa- Mary, beloved wife of
David Lee and sister of George and William
Notice of funeral hereafter.
MILES At his residence, CHARLES p.
Miles, in the 86th year of his age.
Funeral services to be held at the Sewiekley
Baptist Church, Thursday, August 8, at 3
MURRAY On Tuesday afternoon. Anenst
infant son of J. Frank and Sara Davitt Mur
ray. "God's finger touched him and be slept."
Funeral service at his father's residence,
Atwood street, on Thursday, August 8, at
10 o'clock A. M. Interment private.
RITHMOND Suddenly, on Wednesday,
August 7, 1889. at S p. m., Frank Edward,
oldest son of David and Caroline Blthmond, In
me atui r vl uis ago.
Funeral services at the family residence,
Dallas avenue. Twenty-second ward, on Fri
day, the 9th inst, at 2 P. Jr. Friends of tbe
family are respectfully Invited to attend. 2
STARK John Gtark.
Funeral from his late residence, at Home
stead, Pa., to proceed to the Homestead Ceme
tery, on Thursd vy at 1 o'clock p. m.
SPAHN Tuesday evening. August 6, at
7:10 o'clock. Maroabetha Jennie, wife of
Charles Spahn, aged 37 years, 0 months and 26
Funeral will take place on Thursday
afternoon, August e at 2 o'clock, from the
residence, VS Ohio street, Allegheny. 3
JAMES ARCHIBALD & BRO..
LIVERY AND BALE STABLES.
117. U9 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below
Smithfield St., next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages for funerals,t3. Carriages for operas.
parties, Sc- at the lowest rates. All new car-
riagea. Telephone communication. myl-11-TTa
WESTERN IJSSyiLANCE CO.
NO. OX WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIM1CK. President
JOHN a JACKSON. Vice President.
fe22-26-TT3 WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
pEPRESENTEU IN PIITLSBURU IN 1SU
ASSETS . . I9JB71,69683. . ,
Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. a20-s2-D
TEETH, $5, $8 $10.
.ilver? iSSPStSES,?." AaalgW- 8C5
Gold Crowns a specialty.
,DR. J. M. McCLARENv
- , Corner SsBithneM and Ferthfavuue. r
TfEW ADVERTISEMENTS.- -
IT LEADS THEM ALL
We have now ready for de
livery another lot of this ex
traordinary good value (3
piece) Chamber Suite. Jt has
large beveled mirror, 22 by
28, and double bedstead 44
feet -wide. And all inf 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, $
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. McCLINTOCK
33 FTH 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 f LOO and
IL25 each; sizes 19 to 30 inches. Send in your
orders by mail if you are not in tbe city to shop.
Special bargains in Ladies' plated
at 75c a pair, in Pink, Sky, Lavender, Apple
Green, Bronze, French Blue, Gendarme, Ma
hogany, Tans, Browns. Slates and Blacks.
Send in your orders by mail if you are not in
tbe city to shop.
POLKA DOT FRENCH COTTON HOSE,
Black and Navy ground, warranted fast color,
at GO cents; reduced from 75c a nair.
Send in your orders by mall if you are not in
the city to shop.
LADIES BALBRIUGAN VEST BARGAIN.
High-neck and ribbed-arm; sizes 2U to 38, only
40 cents each: a regular 75c Vest; nice for me
dium warm weather and country wear.
A line of Swiss Ribbed Vests, regular 35c
grade, closing out at 25 cents.
Send In your orders by mail if yon are not in
the city to shop.
If you are in look at and buy one or more of
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.
At the Ruchlng Department yon will find
new things In
and low-priced Tourist Ruchings. Also LINEN
COLLARS and some special values In White
Bend In your orders by mail If you are not in
the city to shop.
HORNE & WARD,
dl FIFTB AVENUE
O. D. LEVIS. Knllrltni-nf FltantS.
13! Fifth avenue, above Smithfield, next Leader
otice. (No delay.) Established 20 years.
UNITED STATES HOTEL-
Atlantic City, N. J.
The largest and leading hotel.
H. B. WARDEN, Manager.
jel5-S4-TTB B. H. BROWN, Proprietor.
THE CHALFON1 E. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J
MOVED TO THE BEACH.
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED.
UNSURPASSED OCEAN VIEW.
Bait water baths in the house. Elevator.
apl6-81-D E. ROBERTS 4 SONS.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
On the beach, sea end of Virginia avenue.
Je7-I9-EOD BUCK & McCLELLAN.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Largest and most prominently located hotel
with a new and first-class Restaurant attached.
350 chairs. Open all the year. Coaches to and
from Beach and Trains. Brophv's Orchestra.
. je2a-51 CHARLES McGLADE. .
A SBURY PARK HOTEL BRUNSWICK
xi A leading hotel in every respect. Beauti
fully situated near the beach. All rooms com
mand an unobstructed view of tbe ocean. Ap
pointments unsurpassed. Drainage and Sani
tary arrangements perfect. For Information
addressMdRGAN A PARSONS. jeJWS
LONG BRANCH, N. J
HXNXT WAI.TXB,Propr., JNO. B. SCHIOSSIB,
Manager, late of Hotel Duquesne, Pittsburg.
SPRING LAKE BEACH, N. J.
WHiL OPEN JTJNS29.
for terms and other information address
Monmouth HoustSpriM Lake,. W. J..
Or Hotel Lafayette, PhUswleipSi, Pa.
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THE BAGGAGE SMASHERS'
Must be this week, judging by the
large number of Trunks sold by us
since our advertisement' of last
week. Many that we advertised,
then are sold, but we have still a
good many left.
deduced from 82 to 81 68.
Reduced from 83 to 82 4a
Reduced from 81 75 to 81 35.
Reduced from 83 to 82 -25.
Reduced from 84 to 83 50.
Reduced from 88 75 to 87 20.
Reduced from 810 50 to 88 50.
LINEN LINED TRUNKS
Reduced from 88 to 86 50.
Reduced from 89 to 87 20.
Reduced from 810 to 88.
Reduoed from 811 20 to 89.
Reduced from 812 75 to 810 35.
Reduced from 88" to 86 60.
Reduced from 88 50 to 87.
Reduced from 813 50 to 810 80.
Reduced from 821 to 816 80.
Reduced from 822 to 818.
Reduoed from 823 50 to 818.
ALSO A FULL LINE OF
ALL AT REDUCED PRICES.
Fleishman & Co.'s
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506 and 508 Market st,
Orders by mall receive prompt
Prico Lists and Catalogues mail
ed free of ohorge.
The following are now ready for
GPrioe List of Patent Medicine.
Price List of Corsets.
Price list of Books.
Price List of House Furnishing
JAS. MNML & BRO.,
BOILERS, PLATE AND SHEET-IBON
PATENT SHEET IRON ANNEALaNQ
With an Increased capacity and hydraulic
machinery we are prepared to furnish all work
in our line cheaper and better than by the old
methods. Repairing and general machine
work. Twenty-ninth street and Allegheny Val
ley Railroad. le5-5o-TT3
Still a few lots left in Maplewood Park,
Wilkinsburg. Come quick, before they
are all gone. George S. Martin & Co.,
503 Liberty street. Branch office,
Wilkinsburff, opposite station.
Hundreds of the Best Designs of the Season,
In Small Lots, CHEAP.
WM. H. ALLEN, 51s5,0i
Wai. TRINKLE, MAJVA-GEIt.
In order to make room for the
regardless of cost value. Consult
75c Black Dress Silks for 60c. $1 12 Black Gros Grain Silk,
873&C gi 25 Black Gros Grain now 95c. $1 50 Black Gros Grain for
$1 i2j. $1 Black Surah now 75c. $1 25 Black Surah now $1. 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-inqh all-wool Serges, 25c, were
40c. 30c Henriettas for 20c, all colors. French Cashmeres, good line
of colors, 35c, 50c, oc 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 37J4 and 50c Turkey Red
Tablings, now 20 and 25c
1 J Millinery of all kinds, yi off. Carpets of all kinds, H off. Para-
aim raas,--v3 on.-
i,3 - .
B. & B.
Thursday, August 8.
If we make less noise abont tbe great
clearing-out sales, the great K al i
price sales of Dress Goods, clearing-out
sales of Silks, imperative sacrifice sales of
Summer-weight Blacks, don't imagine tbere
is nothing here to interest yon. There is
less, to be sure, than last week less than
yesterday; there will be less still to-morrow
still less next week.
Bnt there are thousands of yards of goods
now, for present nse or for laying aside to
another season, which yon onght to see.
NEW STOCK ! NEW SHADES I
Fine Henriettas arriving daily.
This great Cashmere department is the
place to learn shades.
B0GGS & BUHL,
115, 117, 119, 121 Federal st.f Allegheny
P. 8. Dispatch readers had the first an
nouncement of the "Final Cut" in Fine Paris
Dress Patterns. They are going, these robes,
and very likely to Dispatch readers.
Or the Liquor Habit Positively Cured
by Administering Dr. Haines
It can be given in a cup of coffee or tea without
the knowledge of the person taking It: Is abso
lutely harmless, and will effect a permanent and
speedy cure, whether the patient Is a moderate
drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thonsands of
Drunkards have been made temperate men who
have taken Uolden Specific in tbelr coffee without
tbelr knowledge and to-day believe thev quit
drinking from their own free will. IT M EVER
KAILS. The system once Impregnated with the
BpeciHe, It becomes an utter Impossibility ror the
liqnor appetite to exist. For sale by A. J. Ksnkln,
Sixth and Penn ave..Flttsburg; E. Uolden A Co.,
63 E. Federal St., Allegheny. Tirade supplied by
Heo. A. Kelly ft Co . Plttbnrg. Fa. ae27-S8-TT8
STEAMERS AND EXCURSIONS.
Sailing every Wednesday from Philadelphia
and Liverpool. Passenger accommodations for
all classes unsurpassed. Tickets sold to and
from Qreat Britain and Ireland, Norway, Swe
den, Denmark, etc
PETER WRIGHT 4 SONS,
General agents. 807 Walnut st- Philadelphia.
Full information can be had of J. J. MCCOR
MICK, Fourth avenue and Smithfield street.
LOUIS MOESER, 618 Smithfield street.
NEW YORK TO LIVEKPOOI. VIA OTJEENS
TOWM, KEOJ1 PIEK 40 NOETH E1VEK.
FAST EXPRESS MAIL SEKVICK.
Servia, August 10,1pm
Aurxnia. Ang. 24, 2 p M
Bothnia, Aug. 25,0:30 A M
Umbrla, Aug. 3L 8:30 A X
Beryls, Sept. 7,irx
Oallla. Sept. 11, 6:30 x K
Etrurls, Sept. 14, 9 am
and S100: Intermediate.
laDin passage, t&u.
35. steerage tickets to and from all parts of
jLurope at Terr low rates.
VEKfJON H. BKOWK ft CO., General Agents,
4 Bowling Green, Hew York.
J. J. MCCORMICK. Agent, i
Fourth are. and bmlthdeld St., Pittsburg;
To Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin
FROM NEVV YORK EVERY THURSDAY.
Cabin passage 135 to too, according to location
of stateroom. Excursion 65 to 190.
Steerage to and from Europe at Lowest Bates.
AUSTIN BALDWIN ft CO.. General Agents,
S3 Broadway, New York.
J.J. MoCORMICK, Agent, Pittsburg, Pi.
167 and 169 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY, PA.
Fall Stock beginning to arrive the
your interest by an early investigation
READ Ml PARTICULARS
ONE DOLLAR WILL BUY
YOUR 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
BARGAINS FOR GENTLEIM
." -WE LET OUR PRICES TALK.
Striped and plaid Flannel Shirts, 48c, 75c, $1 to 34.
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.
Qents' well made Nlgnt Siurts, 50o, 75c, 81, etc.
Well made Unlaundried Shirts, 50c and 75c, or 3 for 82.
Morleys English Half Hose, striped, 22c, worth. 35c " "
All our 81 50 and 81 75 Trimmed Mull Hats eo at 75o.
Our fine white leghorn Hats, 48
Our black 81 SO fancy Straw Hats at 48a
A lot on bargain counter your choice, lOo.
NEW GOODS .JUST OPENED.
Full lines of Leather, Canvas and Silk Belts.
Full lines of Black Silk Velvet Eibbon.
Full lines of colored Silk Velvet Ribbons.
Full lines of cream and ecru Laces.
New patterns of Torchon Laces.
New onyx black Hosiery.
510, 512, 514 MARKET ST.
entire line of Summer Goods in all
of our prices.
We are offerinff some rare
Towels. Si 2c Table Damask, 72
Damask, 72 inches wide, for 75c
now 4SC. , c Turkev Ked Tablmes,
Tablings, 20 and 25c
12-jsc nent colored satines now
i2Ac 40c Scotch Gingham for 25c,
Bargains in black Cashmeres,
50c, were 65c. 75c Henriettas now
Men's wear, till yi on. j2 50 ana
Attractive prices in Men's Furnishings, such as 50c Unlaundried ShirttiT
now 35CJ the 40c Underwear now
33c new ran rnms, uinguams,
,HAauUUCxa uiuuiyuvumcu at
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store closes at 5 r. u. except
r YOUR CHOICE PORSl'
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 from-
being in the window.
Boys' good odd Coats.
Boys' Knee-Pant Suits.
Two blue Flannel Sailor Suits.
Boys' elegant Long Pants.
Children's 2-piece Kilt Suits.
YOUR CHOICE FOR $ll
Of Any of the Following:
Half dozen fancy Pique Four-in-
3 elegant flowing ends fine Silk!
Half dozen Coon & Co.'s finest
Extra quality fancy stripe FrenchS
Flannel Blouse Waists.
Choice of ioo styles of impcytedJ
French Percale "Star" Shirtj!
Waists. ' VI
Fine quality Silk Gloria Umbrel-
las, unique natural sticks.
YOUR CHOICE FOR-$lj
Of Any of the Following:
Men's solid leather Working!
Men's solid leather tipped Bals.
Ladies' solid leather glove Bals.
Ladies' patent leather tippe1i
Ladies' im. kid Oxfords.
Boys' solid leather Base Ball!
Boys' solid leather Working!
Youth's solid leather tipped Bals.ij
Misses gram button Shoes.
Child's solar tipped button Shoes!
boldly in each department so than
a glance. You can depend upon iti
in the truest sense of the word.
300 to 400
and 64c, reduced from 81 and 81 601
AND 27 FIFTH AVENUE:
the various departments will bVs'old
bargains in Table Linens. NapkiaaTI
inches wide, for $1. $1 Tabfsl
60c Table Damask, cream and whitM
and i7c 37JSC lurKey JK.8
omc uest American aaunesinoi
and the beautiful Challis at 6jc7l
25c up. All-wool black Henriettas,!
60c Cloth and Cassimeres,
J3 colored rarasois, ail now giM
25c; the 50c French Balbrigganjac
x-ercaics, vninues, now in SIOCK.
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aauuaays, until aeptemoer z.
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