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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, OfEUKSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1889.
To Aid in the Escape of a Prisoner
Wanted in This Country.
A PERFECT LEGION OF FEIENDS
Made Open Efforts to Tale Him Out of the
SOME BATHEE PECULIAR FEATUEE8
Hew Toek, August 14. Acting Super
' intendent Byrnes submitted to the Police
Board this afternoon Detective Sergeant
Phil Reilly's report of his unsuccessful trip
back from Chili to this city with 'William
II. Bnshnell, the thief and forger, to get
possession of 'whom he fought the Chilian
authorities nine months. The detective's
story follows the case step by step after the
surrender ot the prisoner until his escape
five days later.
The surrender, he says, was unwillingly
and grudgingly made, so much so that, ap
prehensive of trouble, he called upon the
American Legation to demand of the Chilian
Minuter some sort of document steting that
Bushnell was a prisoner surrendered to him
by process of law; but the Minister refused
to give such a paper as he requested.
A PECULIAR PKOCEEDINO.
Bushnell was given into his hands by the
Chief of Police on July 13, without a line
or a scrap of writing to show any authority
for holding him. This was the entering
wedge of th'e treachery. A receipt for the
surrender was demanded of Eeilly, but
nothing given him.
Thev were on board the steamer Imperial,
a three-decker aud one of the largest South
American coasters. A great number of
Bushnell's friends were on board. They
seemed to be everywhere, ana made no con
cealment of openly advising Bushnell to
escape. Their argument was that the de
tective had no authority for holding him,
and that he could go when and wherever
Bushnell thoroughly understood the sit
uation, but firmly declined to take the prof
lered advice. Bushnell insisted on going
to ifew York. On the steamer he was to all
appearance the only champion the detective
had. Reilly did not like the look of things
and went to" the Captain of the steamer with
a request for protection and assistance in
holding his prisoner.
WOBSE A2JD MORE OF IT.
The Captain said flatly that he would not
have Bushnell considered a prisoner or
treated as one for one moment. The Cap
tain also informed the prisoner, and told
him that while on board his ship he could
go where, and do whatever he pleased.
Every one ot the officers of the ship
was a friend of the prisoner's too, and also
at least one of the passengers, one Bickel
man, who was apparently there for the ex
press purpose of aiding Bushnell to escape.
At every point where the steamer stopped
this man 'received telegraphic dispatches
and conferred aside with the prisoner. At
every port, too, Bushnell's iriends came
aboard in droves. They seemed to fairly
overrun the country, and were loud in their
demands that he should go with them, and
let the American detective go home alone.
At Tallal, the last stopping place before
Iquique, the Governor of the Province came
on board with others and added his impor
tunities to Bushnell to leave, and extended
the hospitality of the province to the thief.
Bushnell, however, refused to accept the
M.ENTY OF FBIENJJS.
The steamer arrived in Iquique Bay ou
the evening of July 17. Friends of Bush
nell came on board at once. By the next
morning there were more than 100 of them
on board the vessel. Eeilly obtained from
Mr. Trumbull, the American Consul there.
"a. xnSnto help bint looIT'afte? the prtsoneK-f
13o tb of them kept a sharp eye on the move
ments of Bushnell all the time.
The prisoner remained apparently in
flexible in his determination to come to this
city, and his friends were getting ready to
leave the steamer. The vessel had weighed
anchor and was about to proceed when
Bushncil went to the stern ot the vessel on
the middle deck. Two minutes later when
sought he was missing.
A thorough search was made of the
steamer, but he could not be found. There
was nothing left for the detective but to
proceed to the next port, besides the prisoner
might still be hidden on board, but he was
not. From one of the deckhands the de
tective learned during the voyage that
Bushnell had been seen sliding down the
stern of the steamer on a rope, conveniently J
tiec to me nagstan oy one ot tne ship s
Under the overhanging stern was a four
oared boat waiting for him, into which he
sprang, and was rowed ashore, while the
Eteamerjproceeded on her way. The detec
tive acknowledged nlinself defeated.
'At the next port Eeilly had to wait four
days for the next steamer back. It was in
the middle of winter and the roads were
impassable. He tried to telegraph but
When a chance offered he went on to
Lima and saw the authorities, but all hope
ot recapturing the prisoner under the cir
cumstances was in vain, and he turned back
home empty handed. Keilly sums up with
the statement tnat beyond a doubt there
was from the first a regular conspiracy to
rescue the prisoner, and that the captain
and officers of the steamer were in the con
spiracy. Keilly submitted letters and re
ports of interviews to substantiate these
After the prisoner's escape the passenger
Kickelman demanded the prisoner's bag
gage. Keilly refused to surrender it, but
on the following day it was surrendered by
order of the captain. The report was laid
over for consideration at the next meeting
ot the board two weeks hence.
D1SGDSTED WITH II1B LUCK.
A Newly Appointed Poatmnster Gets Drunk
Because He Can't Giro Bonds.
istzcijll telegram to tiii DisrATcn.i
Columbia, S. a, August 14. There is
trouble in Cheraw, this State, about its post
master. Recently Henry Bakestraw, col
ored, was appointed postmaster at that
place. Early this week he went to Dar
lington, a larger town, to get bondsmen.
After making vain efforts in this direction
he became disgusted, got drunk, and pro
ceeded to nanuie me paint ornsn. Jde was
soon arrested and taken to the guardhouse,
where, in detault ot $10, he was sent to jail
for ten days.
A gentleman of Darlington took occasion
to telegraph the situation to the Postmaster
General. Mr. 'Wanamaker did not reply,
and finally the Democrats opened a sub
scription, the fine was paid, and the new ap
pointee given a ticket home. He will be
unable to give bond.
PEAIRIE FIRES IN MONTANA.
A Flash of Lightning- the Canse of an Im
Miles City, Mont., August 14. The
prairies a few miles to the north and south
cast of Miles City are on fire. The fires
cover several thousand acres in extent. The
bodies of timber north and south of town are
separate from each other, but seem to have
caught fire simultaneously. Lightning dur
ing the storm of Sunday night is the cause
of the fires. The flames approached the
ranch of George Khodes, bnt the farm hands
managed to fight it away.
A body of men from this phce are pre
paring to go out and fight the flames. A
heavy smoke is hunting over the town, and
the heat from the fires is very perceptible.
Extensive prairie fires are raging in this
county below Fallon, traveling toward
Glendive, and it is feared the range in these
parts will be lost
HOW TO USE ELIXIR. '
A Sr. Louis Physician Makes Socio Stnrtllnc
Discoveries Injecting Death Into a
Patient's System Roles lor
St. Louis, August 14. Dr. A. B. Sbaw,
of this city, who has been making micro
scopic examinations of Brown-Sequard
"Elixir" discovered, while experimenting
Saturday last, that the fluid was alive with
countless bacteria, although but three hours
had elapsed since the elixir was prepared.
Bacillus tuberculosis, the baolllus that is
supposed to cause tuberculosis, were fond in
great quantity, thousands being in a single
drop of the" mixture. Dr. Shaw could
arrive at but one conclusion, namely, that
the glands were from a sheep infected with
the bacili of tubercle, as the mortar and
pestle and the distilled water had been thor
oughly sterilized before the mixture was
made. Dr. Shaw estimated that in a draehm
ten millions of these bacilli have been
put into the system, each one capable of
multiplying itself indefinitely.
The danger underlying such treatment
can readily be seen, and the chances would
be ten to one that tubercolosis in some form
would manifest itself in the person inocu
lated. Dr. Shaw has since made other experi
ments, and in two of them tho bacillus
tuberculosis was discovered. The rod
shaped bacili were also found in several
samples of mixture made.
Dr. Shaw said: "I would lay down the
following rules for the use of the elixir in
the view of my discoveries:
First The laity should not use the injec
tion upon themselves.
Second Physicians should not use it until it
has been submitted to microscopic examina
tion to ascertain wbetber it is infected with
bacteria or not, and care should be taken that
the glanis are taken from a perfectly healthy
Third All instruments and vessels should
be thoroughly sterilized, and even the dis
tilled water should not be used until examined
CD! TO THE HEART.
Alfred Moore Stabs and Instantly Kills Ills
Rival, Ills Ovfd Brother.
rerEcui. telegram to tux dispatch.!
Columbia, S. C, August 14. Alfred
Moore was stabbed and instantly killed by
his brother Robert in an out-of-the-way
place in Chesterfield county, last night.
The brothers were paying attention to the
same woman, and each one wished to drive
the other out of the field. Last night, in
the presence of several neighbors, they got
into a fight about the matter.
Blows were followed by knife thrusts.
No one made an attempt to stop the fight,
and Alfred was cut to the heart. The mur
derer has fled, and has not yet been cap
tured. A STEAMER OVERDUE.
The New TVnlto Star Liner Teutonic Not
Yet Ueard From.
New York, August 14. The In man
steamer City of New York, which
left Queenstown at 2 P. M. last
Thursday, has just been reported, nothing
having been heard yet of the new "White
Star steamer Teutonic, which left Queens
town the same hour as the City of New
Conld Not Stand the Strain.
Moba, Mikn., August 14. Eric Troolin
was crossing the Ann river bridge yesterday
with his threshing machine and traction en
gine, and when part way across the bridge
it collapsed, and man "and machine were
precipitated into the river. Hans Petersen,
the engineer, was killed instantly, but the
others escaped without serious injury.
LATE NEWS IN BRIEF.
Bernard H. Cunningham, bookkeeper for
Soley, Gay Dorr, bankers and brokers, of
.Boston, trss arrested n tbtf -charge of- haying
embezzled J5.000 from the firm during the last
The storm has done great damage in Kan
sas. Many bridges ou the Santa Fe and South
ern Kansas bare been washed away. Almost
every foot between Kansas City and Topeka is
underwater. There is great damage to prop
erty and crops.
Postmaster Sides has requested the mail
carriers attached to tho Portsmouth, N. II..
postofflce to resign, their resignations to take
effect September 1. The carriers, with one ex
ception, refused, preferring to receive their
discharge from the Postmaster General.
The Burton building, at the corner of Clin
tou and Van Buren streets, Chicago, which was
gutted ty tire some weeks ago, collapsed this
morning, burying a number of workmen in the
ruins. Joseph Hopp, killed, and Nick Sever.in
a dying condition, were removed. No one elso
was seriously Injured.
At San Diego, CaL, Tuesday afternoon.
Superior Judge W. L. Fierce was shot and
serioosly wounded by W. S. Clendennin. Tha
Judtre was talking with ex-Governor Murray,
of Utah, when Clendennin passed down the
street, stopped suddenly and drawing a revol
ver, shot Judge Pierce in the back. A judicial
opinion by Pierce, unfavorable to Clendennin,
is understood to be the cause of the shooting.
About 1 o'clock yesterday morning, asx;
jniei oi ronce uasion, oi jacjtson, xenn., was
walking around the jail he was fired upon by
negroes, receiving ten buck shot in his face
and breast. He will die. Several negroes were
lying around the jail in the weeds and gras,
supposing that the negro porter of the Arling
ton Hotel, who is in jail tor assisting a young
white gin to elope, was to be lynched during
the night. When discovered by Gaston they
started to run, and being fired upon they re
turned the fire with the above result. No
arrests have been made.
All the Northwestern country seems to be
burning up in forest fires. The smoke has
been so dense In Portland for the last two or
three weeks that for a time It was impossible to
see far up the street and the snn and moon
looked like great balls of fire. In the harbor
the smoke has the effect of fog and steamers
have been required to blow their whistles every
few minutes to avoid collisions. It is estimated
that the total damage by forest fires in the
Northwest this year wi.l amount to nearly 8300,
000. Several farm bouses have been burned
with the stables and produce and stores with
quantities of wheat of this year's crop. Sev
eral thousand cords of wood have been con.
sumed. Yesterday the flames swooped down
upon the settlement of Cedar Mills and left the
country barren. The people In some instances
had scarcely time to escape and had to hurry
throuch the woods,tbe fire being so thick along
the regular road.
IS not only a distressing complaint,' of
itself, but, by causing the blood to
become depraved and the system en
feebled, is the parent of innumerable
maladies. That Ayer's Sarsaparilla
is the best cure for Indigestion, even
when complicated with Liver Complaint,
is proved by the following testimony
from Mrs. Joseph Lake, of Brockw&j
"Liver complaint and indigestion
made my life a burden and came near
ending my existence. For more than
four years I suffered untold agony, was
reduced almost to a skeleton, and hardly
had strength to drag mj self about All
kinds of food distressed me, and only
the most delicate could be digested at
oil. "Within tho time mentioned several
Shysicians treated me without giving re
el. Nothing that I took seemed to do
any permanent good until I commenced
the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, which,
has produced wonderful results. Soon
after commencing to take the Sarsapa
rilla I could see an improvement in my
condition. Myappetite began to return
and with it came the ability to diges'
all the food taken, my strength im
proved each day, and after a few
months of faithful attention to your
directions, I found myself a well
woman, able to attend to all household
duties. The medicine has given me a
new lease of life."
D-. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mas;
. Prtosl; six bottles, $5. Worth S a bottle;
BADLY FRIGHTENED BOYS.
A Bear Cnptnres (he Clothes of Young
Bathers at Wllkesbarrr.'
Wilkesbabke, August 11 Charles Freley
and a number of other bo js were bathing in the
creek at Huntsvllle. when they were surprised
by a bear which came out of a strip of the
woods near by. The boys, half frightened to
death, swam to the other side of the creek.
Old Bruin leisurely went over to where the
boys' clothes were reposing, scented around
awhile, and then retraoed hi steps and
lumbered off apparently disgusted.
The boys returned and got their clothes and
ran to town, giving the alarm. A party of six
hunters started after the bear thfs morning.
Bruin's tracks are plainly visible In the new
"My husband and I purchased six bottles
of Pe-rn-na," writes a lady who lives in
Morgantown, Ky. "We are both taking it,
and are both greatly improved in health by
it." Sold by all druggists-?! a bottle.
1828 Imperial Oporto Port, full quarts.53 00
1869 Mackenzie Port, full quarts 2 SO
Fine Old "White Port, full quarts 3 00
London Dock Port, full quarts 2 00
Burgundy Port, -full quarts 1 60
Fine Old Spanish Port, full quarts. ... 1 00
For sale by G. "W. Schmidt, 95 and 97
New Fancy Flannels,
In neat stripes and checks. Good values
and best styles. New in to-dav. .
Jos. Hokne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stares.
For 110, to-day, every customer can secure
a stylish suit of English serge, plain or silk
mixed cassimere or Scotch cheviot a splen
did suit Kemember, these baigains far to
day and to-morrow only two special days.
P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts.,
opp. the new Court House.
Precisely Seventy-four Dozens, '
New, in to-day. Six button fine Swede
kid gloves, Mousquetaire style, at 85 cents;
worth, usually 1 1 25. On counter to-day.
Jos. Hokke & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Iron City Beer,
Brewed only by Frauenheim & Vilsack, is
perfectly pure, wholesome and nutritious.
Sold at all first-class bars.
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
J James Gllflllan Allegheny
i Neorla Allen i Keserve township
(John J. Bovle. Pittsburg
Charlotte iUnkney. Pittsburg
(Louis Divden Allegheny
.Mary E. Penrod Bodersville
( W. F. Walsh Pittsburg
Mary Golden Pittsburg
( Thomas A. Waddele Pittsburg
J Alma A. Krngh Pittsburg
I John J. Campbell. South Fayette township
(Jennie M. .Lewis South Fayette township
(Adam Goermsnn Allegheny
(Charles Wlrtz. Collier township
IKosa Monler Collier township
J J. M. Klnard Braddoek
I Isadore Kankin Braddoek
J George Klrby. Allegheny
IMsggle Marqnls .- Pittsburg
J Theodore Milby Pittsburg
Haggle O. Langdon Pittsburg
BREDNICH On Tuesday, August 13, 18S9
at 6.15 p. v.. Jacob Bbkdxich, S&, aged 0
years 7 months, .
Funeral takes place from his late residence.
No. 65 Hoggs avenue, lit. Washington, on
Thursday attebnooh at 2 o'clock. Friends
of family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
COLWELL On Wednesday, August 14, 1889.
at 4.-20 r. m., James Coxwxix, aged S3 years.
Funeral from bis late residence. Mulberry
alley, between Twentieth and Twenty-flrst
streets, on Friday at 9.30 a. m., to proceed to
St Patrick's Church, where services will be
held at 10 A. 51. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend. 2
COOK On Fridav, August 9, 1887, at Orlan
do, Fla., Joseph S. Cook.
Interment at Saltsburg, Indiana county, Pa.,
ThubSday August 15, at noon. 2
CLARKE At 24 Kingston Block, Allegheny,
on Tuesday, at 2.4o r. if., Edward J. Clarke,
sjrsd IS veara 11 months and 29 days, eldest son
of William B. and-Jane A. Clarke,of New York
Funeral In New iork. 2
DeROY On Wednesday. August 14. 18S9. at
1:40 a. m., Abraham DeRoy, aged 80 years 1
month and 3 days.
Funeral Friday. August 16, at 130 r. St.,
from his late residence, 123 Forbes street.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
New York, Chicago, Detroit and Columbus
papers please copy. 2
GRACE On Monday afternoon, August 12,
1SS9, at 330 o'clock, AVlLLIAM McGULLT
Grace, aged TO years.
Funeral services at his late residence, Lorenz
avenue. West End, on Thursday after
koon, August 15, at 2 o'clock. Carnages will
leave "the office of H. Samson, Sixth avenue, at
1 o'clock. Interment private. 2
HARRIS Suddenly. Tuesday, August 13,
1S89. at 6.30 P. M-. Bekj. F., eldest son of Wm.
G. and the lato Rose Harris, in the 35th year of
Funeral from his late residence. No. 83 Tus
tin street TO-DAY- (Thursday), at 4 o'clock P.
si. Friends respectfully invited to attend.
HENKEL At her residence, 2012 Jane
street S. &., on Wednesday evening, at 9
o'clock, Julia Hexkel, aged 56 years 5 days.
Friends of the family aro respectfully In
vited to attend. Notice of funeral hereafter.
KWOCZALLA On Tuesday evenlng.August
13. 1SS9. at 9 o'clock. Lor.ENCE, youngest son of
Loni and Mary Kwoczaila, aged 2 years, 7
months and 21 days.
Funeral will take place from the residence of
his parents. No. 8624 Penn avenue, on ThubS
day afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Interment
KEARNEY On Tuesday morning, August
13. 18S9. suddenly, at 620 A. SI., PATRICK
Kearxey, aged 33 years.
Funeral from bis parents' residence, corner
Fifth avenue and Ross street on Thursday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the fam
ily are respectfully invited to attend. 2
LUTZ At the family residence. No. 358 Ed
win streetTwentieth ward, on Tuesday, Angust
13, 1S89, at 12.15 noon, Frank Lutz, aged 60
years 1 month and 16 dijs.
Funeral on Thursday, August 15,1839, at 3
p. M. Interment private.
SCHRECKER on Wednesday. Animst 14.
at 930 A. sr., HARRY E., only son of John and
Madellna fcSchrecker, aged 13 years 9 months.
Funeral notice hereafter. v
WANNER On Wednesday. August 14, 1889,
at 830 p. St.. Wilson Dinsmore, son of
George and M. C. Wanner, aged 4 months 11
Funeral from the parents' residence, Fifth
street, Sharpsburg, on Friday, 16th inst, at
2 p.m. Friends of the family are respectf oily
Invited to attend. 2
JAMES AJICHrDAIiD' & BKO.,
LIVERY AND HALE STABLES,
117, 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below
Hmithfield st, next door to Central Hotel.
Carnages Iorfunerals,S3. Carriages for operas,
parties, tc, at the lowest rates. All new car
riages. Telephone communication, myl-11-rrs
EPRESEHTEli IN PITTSBURGI IN HSC1
ASSETS . 19J071.696S3.
Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-D
WESTERN INSURANCE CO.
NO. 4U WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIMICK. President
. . JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President
f e22-26-rra WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillings from $1 up. Amalgars, 50c;
silver, 75c; white alloy, SL
Gold Crowns a specialty.
J3R. J. M. McCLAREN,
Corner Smithneld and Fourth avenue.
(THE CREAT ENCL18H REMEDY.)
Cure BXIXICUS and
Nervous ILLS. .
25cti. a Box.
OB" Ar.Y. PRTJGKMBTS.
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To make room for new fall
stock we are' compelled to
sacrifice last season's patterns
at extremely low prices.
We will therefore offer the
following extraordinary bar
gains, viz: ,
cents for quality of Body
Brussels whose regular
price with all dealers
has been $i.
for Bigelow, Hartford
and other best makes of
Body Brussels whose
regular price has been
from $i 25 to $i 50.
Wilton Carpets ft1 IC
per yard. '$1 U
English, Bigelow, Hartford
and other best makes of Wil
ton Carpets at (T0 reduced
from $2 5a
33 FIFTH AVENUE.
Will continue to he yerj fuhlonable during
this Ml and winter, we axe prepared to do
this woric in tne Dest ana most auraDie way.
Goods lett on Wednesday delivered on Satur
day; left on Saturday delivered on Wednes
day. Prices vary according to width. Sample
and prices by mall if desired.
GENTS' NECKWEAE BARQAINa
A lot of four-in-hand ties and tect cotton
scarfs at 5 cents each or 60 cents a dozen.
Marked down from 15 and 20 cents each. No
tice tbis reduction.
A lot of four-in-bacd ties and teck scarfs,
finest satin and ottomen,
AT 60 CENTS EACH.
Reduced from $1 and SI 25.
BARGAINS IN FANCY WORK GOODS.
We are closing the entire balance of our
stamped and tinted BOLTON SHEETING
PIECES, consisting of splashers, scarfs, 'pil
low covers, table covers, et, at
3DST HALF REGULAR PRICES.
A full line of Bargarran linen embroidery, I
all .hafls. tn oiA.t- ,h. RnlMn .hMBMni-wlth 1
A bargain at hosiery counters: A lot of
ladies' 25c black stockings, closing at 20o a pair.
Another lot of
MUSLIN AND CAMBRIC UNDERGAR
In the tray on the end of the ribbon counter.
LADIES' LAWN HATS and children's
corded hats at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Another lot of those extra good solid wood
back hair brushes at 50o each: worth 75c each.
Look at the newest thing out in a TOOTH
BRUSH, called the
U C.l.c.JWiTiUljri, s
. "The Everlasting," 3j
Made so that a current of air can pass through
out the back by means of perforated holes, and,
so insuring mat orying process necessary to
the preserration of the brush. Made by Co.1
Loonen, Price, 25c each.
Bend orders by mail if you are not in the city
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH AVENUE
Don't Drag Your
We expected to make our
profit as usual when we made
the clothing when we first
offered it; but let that go.
We are making an urgent
and clearing sale of all our
spring and summer stock.
Depend on getting more
money than you
Sixth street and Penn avenue.
tant tbat chil
dren grow up
have every de
Deters it is too
late. Dr. Orr
baa bad eminent
b JV BrIAAASSI ?AW AVA
s.y . fs, io ..... ...!.
" ". jcig ircauug
ureases 01 women, ajspepsia, catarrb, tumors,
cancers, etc. His two associate doctors bare
also made chronic diseases a special study.
Persons desiring medical or surgical treatment
by doctors of medicine can call at 720 Penn
avenue duringofflce hours, viz., 10 to 1130 A. v.
2 to 4 and 7 to 8 P. n. Consultation free.
Terms moderate. ault-D
JAS. MOTHL & BR(X
with an Increased cararitv uml tivrinnlla
machinery we are Dranared to furnish sil vork
in our line cheaper and better,, than by the old
method. Repairing and general machine
work. .Twenty-Biaib street and Allegheny Val
Vi L O list
FOB THE LADIES.
Art Embroidery and Fancy Work
We have devoted much care and
time to tola department of our
New Stores, and nave a complete
stock of the best known and most
beautiful materials for Fancy
Work and Embroidery.
Full line of Heminway's Knitting
Silks, in colors, at 40o a spool.
Heminway's Rope Silks, in colors,
at 45c a dozen or 5c a skein.
Heminway's Embroidery Silks,
in plain colors, 8o per doz.
Heminway's Embroidery Silks,
shaded, 2o a skein, 20o per dozen.
Heminway's Spool Emb. Silk, 1-8
oz.'spool EE, all colors, lOo spool.
Heminway's Spool Emb. Silk, for
flannel, in black and white, 20o
and 40o a spool.
Heminway's Darning Silk, all
colors, 5o a spool.
Heminway's Pure Dye Orcohet
Silk, in black and colors, at 40c ia
Heminway's Spool Silk and Button-hole
Twist, lOo a spooL
Silk Twist, two spools for 6c.
Silks, Arasene and Tinsels.
Columbia Zephyrs and Wools.
A full line of materials for fancy
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506 and 508 Market st,
Orders by mail receive prompt
Catalogues and Prico Lists mail
ed free of oharge to any address.
The following are now ready:
Prioe List of Patent Medicine.
Price List of Corsets.
Prioe List of Books.
Prioe List of House. Furnishing
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XJV T3HCX1 WORLD,
Of all Druggists, but beware of imitations.
Still a few lots left in Maplewood Park,
Wilkinsburgr. Come quick, before they
are all gone. George S. Martin & Co,
603 Liberty street. Branoh office,
WllklnsburEr, opposite station.
Hundreds of the Best Designs of the Season,
In Small Lots, CHEAP.
WM. H. ALLEN, 5isz?a
"Wat. TRINKLE, BTAJVA.GEIU
UNDOUBTEDLY BEYOHD COMPARISON.
New staple and. desirable goods arriving daily in all departments
proved such a success a great many all the year round goods at the
Sec the large lines of Lace Curtains:
pair. Jji 50 curtains $1 per pair. $3
grades at proportionate prices.
In Carpet room prices cut i to j. $1 Bqdy Brussels Carpet, good
patterns, for 75c. J?i 25 Body Brussels Carpet for 90c 60c Tapestry
Brussels Carpet for 45c Ingrain Carpets yS off price.
In Cloak room rare bargains in Shawls, Wraps, Jackets, Ladies' and
Misses' Silk, Stuff and Wash Suits, to clear.
The low prices in Silks still on. Black Surahs aow 50c, down from
75c. $1 Surahs now 75c. $1 25 Surahs now $1. 90c, $1 ia4 and
$1 25 Black Gros Grains were i 25, $i 50 and $i 75. Fancy Silks all
Open to-day beautiful line Bisque, Patent and China Dolls and Doll
Heads, from 25c up.
Bargains in Ladies' and Misses' Underwear, Infants' and Children s
White Dresses, all i off.
See the beautiful White Goods and Embroideries at marked down
prices. Ji off Glassware, jQueensware, Lamps, etc '
B. &D B.
Thursday, August 15.
There' no inch time 'of year to buy a
now for saving money. "We sell yon goods,
especially fine dress fabrics, at J, and
original prices the great bargain prices be
ing 25c, 35c and 50c a yard. There's lots of
choice yet. The summer is not over. Plenty
of time to use summer goods. Come while
the bargains last
Summer bargains in Silks.
Summer bargains in Ladies' Underwear.
Are you reading our 25c a volume books?
Not trash, but good, solid literature. Ton
can put any book in your library and be
proud to show it.
New Furniture Covering, or whatever use
you may have for it ''Stamboul Hush."
SHADES Ardoia, Mahogany, Olive.
11 A YABD-made to sell at St
B0GGS & BUHL,
115, 117, 119, 121 Federal st, Allegheny,
A GOOD INVESTMENT
In a growing locality In Allegheny; corner lot
with a frontage of 60 feet on each of two'good
streets, 2x5 room houses, room for 4 additional
houses, all for H.MG.
Inspect tMs AWeny Property
Comer lot. with a frontage of 200 feet, large
house, yielding a rental of S40S per year, always
rented, and a small outlay in improvements
would increase the Income; t2,800 will buy it:
choice and cheap Improved and unimproved
properties in both cities and suburbs. Call and
313 Wood St.
Telephone 10C . aul2
TTNITED STATES HOTEL
LI Atlantic City, N.J.
The largest and leading hotel.
H. a WARDEN, Manager.
jel531.TTS B.H.UROWN, Proprietor.
rpHE CH ALFONTE. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
JL MOVED TO THE BEACH.
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED.
UNSURPASSED OCEAN VIEW.
Salt water baths in the house. Elevator.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. X
Largest and most prominently located hotel
with a new and Hrst-clasJ Restaurant attached.
350 chairs. Open all the year. Coaches to and
from'Beach and Trains. Brophvs Orchestra.
je2o-61 CHARLES McOLADE.
LONG BRANCH, N. J
Henrt WAl.TKR.Prop'n, Jite. B. Schlosbeb,
Manager, lato of Hotel Duquesne, Pittsburg.
SPRING LAKE BEACH, N. J.
"WILL OPEN JUNE 29.
For terms and other information address
L. U. MALTBY.
Monmouth House, Spring Lake, N. J.,
Or Hotel Lafayette, Philadelphia, Pa.
167 and 169 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY, PA
$i quality curtains 75c per
curtains $2 per pair. Finer
GIGANTIC SUCCESSJHEGRATONE-DOLLftR SALE,
Which Said Sale Will Dwarf
Around Town Just as the
Tower Over All Things
Held in This
Men's Suits, sold before at $8, 10, $12 axad $i, will gojfors, $6,
$j 50 and 10 only.
Children's One-piece, All-wool Kilts 98c onl y.
Children's Two-piece Kilts, worth J?l 75, $z ;cnd $2 50, you tranlake
choice for One Dollar only.
Boys' Jersey Suits in Fancy Shades and Stncpes,j3old now alljover
the city, at $4, you can take your choice for $2 25 -only.
Boys' Summer Coats at 15c Boys Summer Cats and Vests, 75c
Some 2,500 pairs of Children's Pants will beoffeised at 29c, 39c, .48c,
59c, 65 c, 75 c, 86c and 98c In no case is any pair worth Jess than double
In beautiful Checks, Plaids, Stripes and Broken Check .Cheviots quite
a big lot of 'em not many of one style. Some of them "were worth $iq,
$9, $8, $7 50. YOU CAN TAKE YOUR PICK OF THE LOTFOH $5.
Why, they're awful cheap at the price, but we've only or te, -two or three
of any one style, and sooner than carry them we'll let them go for aV.
The "Balance of Our Men's Summer Clothing Sacrificed
It'll pay you to buy now, if only to put away for another year.
$3 ONLY WILL TAKE THE CREAM
Of Men's Dress Pants from i8, 20 and $25 Suits, of which we have
sold Coats and Vests. There are no two pair alike, but you tian find a
pair to suit you out of the lot Any pair of pants offered is worth at
least $s, while many are of good value at $6 and even $7. Come and
This Sale is for This Entire Week ! Everybody Cornel
EARLY FALL GOODS.
For two week past boxes have been
STYLISH and SEASONABLE. Thejr are now arransjed in our departments, anU
you will find that our prices are REASONABLE, LOWEST IN THE CITY, an ii
that we will give you goods as HONEST as the AMERICAN DOLLAR Itself.
Black Silk Velvet Ribbons, from No. 1 to No. 30. New Colored Velvet Rib-?
bons, desirable widths. New Black Velvet Ribbons, satin back; Nos.4, & 7, 91 rs"
and ifi. New Knitted Silk Fringes, 50c to $3. New Chatelaine Bags, 48c to $3.
New Silk, Leather and Canvass Belts, 10c to $t ;a New styles o Silk Umbrellas,
with over 300 different styles of handles. New Full Hats and Bonnets. New Birds,
Parrots, Wings, Tips, etc New Velvets, Plushes, Silks.
REAL BARGAINS In
JERSEYS and BLOUSES
For Ladies and Children, The entire stock MARKED DOWN, aaany to half
price and less. Our assortment of these Is simply immense.
Examine the fine cream, blue, bronze, garnet and grav Jerseys.
1,200 FINE STOCKINETTE JERSEYS,'
From $3 05 to $7 50, and every one a bargain. All new goods.
New Onyx guaranteed fast black Hosiery, just opened.
510, 512. 514 MARKET ST.
meantime we continue the low prices of the past month, which hare
mark down prices.
Dress Goods department replete with desirable goods: The t .
fancy wool Dress Goads now 55 and 60c. The 75c imported Dresg ;
Goods now 50c
Three lots of plain, mixed striped, plafd and fancy weave Dress
Fabrics at 20c, 25c and zic are specially worth attention, many of
them just half price, 20c striped and plain Beiges now 10c. 3e
French Satines, 18 and 20c Best American Satines, i2jc Light
colored 15c Satines, "now 6c Challis and Challis Beiges 6jic up.
Colored Cashmeres, all wool, 30, 40, 50, 6b and 75c, are off price.
Another case Turkey Red Tablings at 25c, worth 50c. Anothet i
case golden flax Table Linen at 50c a yard, regular price 65c
Special bargains in Towels and Napkins.
Parasols clearing at half price.
Millinery in all its branches, including Ribbon, Feathers, Flowers,
etc., i off.
Ladies' Ribbed Vests tajcup.
Men's light weight Merino Shirts. 15 and 25c up.
Men's French Balbriggas' Shirts' 33c were 50c;
Samples sent when requested.
the So-Called ""Mark-Dawns"
Pittsburg Exposition Will
of a. Previous Nature.
300 to 400
arriving filled with goods that are NBM7,
AND 27 FIFTH AVENUE.
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