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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1889.
THE LOYERS IN JAIL
Ho Wonder Mrs. Fraunfelter Was
Bather Weary of Her Husband.
SHE HAD SKIPPED ONCE BEFORE.
' The Colored Voters in Ohio Are Entering a
ALL THE MV7S FfiOH KEAEBI TOWKS
rdracux TEtrciiAK to the disimtcii.i
Scbaktox , August 19. Mrs. Hattie E.
Fraunfelter, of this city, who was arrested
in Xew York the other night frith Ball
Player Sam Crane, was married to Br.
LocLcrson, of Freehold, N. J., when she
was 14. Her only child by Fraunfelter is a
S-vear-old boy named Charley. Before she
went away last October to join Sam Crane
in Kew York, she told neighboring women
that Fraunfelter had beaten and thumped
her for the last time, and she showed them
bruises and black eyes to prove what she
said. Crane boarded at "Whyte's Hotel, on
Franklin avenue, a few doors above Fraun
felter's frnit store. Mrs. Fraunfelter looked
after money matters at the store, and Crane
got acquainted wjth her there. They were
frequently seen talking together like young
lovers, Crane's sympathy havinc won her
Mrs. Fraunfelter was determined to leave
her husband long before she finally got
away. A year ago last June she packed
two trunks, drew 51,000 from the bank, put
the money in one of the trunks and took a
2Iew Jersey Central train for Mauch
Chunk, but returned in less than a month.
Fraunfelter blacked her eyes again, and she
had to stay in the house for two weeks.
When she went away last October she had
more bad luck. Her husband chased her
again, found her in New York and coaxed
her to return. She consented, and they
reached Scranton in the day time. Leaving
the trunks at the station they started to
walk up Franklin avenue. Mrs. Fraunfel
ter told her husband that she hated to pass
the fruit store, and he told her she might go
around by Penn avenue and meet him at
their house on Spruce street. She gave him
the slip and he has never seen her since.
In June Fraunfelter had his wife in
dicted, and Sam Crane for grand larceny
and receiving stolen money. Sam Crane
and Mrs. Hattie E. Fraunfelter arrived in
town at 6 o'clock this evening in custody of
Deputy Sheriff Fahey A crowd number
ing at least 500 persons awaited the arrival
of the train at the Lackawanna avenue
station, and, as Sam stepped from a car,
many of his old friends her greeted him
heartily. The deputy and his prisoners im
mediately entered a cab and were driven to
the county jail, nearly two miles distant.
DISilAT. AT J0HXST0WN.
It Is Reported There That tbe State Force Is
to be Withdrawn.
rsrrciAi. tzlzoeam to this sispjltcs.3
Johnstown, August 19. It is now
stated upon pretty good authority that
about all the money has been spent that had
been guaranteed to Governor Beaver to
prosecute the State work here. Such being
the case, it is said that in a few days tbe
State force will be withdrawn and Johns
town will then be left to shift for itself.
The people are very much alarmed about
the matter, as it is evident that if tbe wo.k
men are withdrawn now that very serious
consequences may ensue. Two more dead
bodies were taken out of cellars to-day.
Neither of them were recognized. One was
a man and the other a child.
A man entered the Adams express office
here yesterday and called for a package of
goods belonging to a jeweler here. The
cierK was almost a stranger, and gave him
the package, when it was discovered that he
'was aa impostor. To-day he was arrested
and bound over for court, a large amount
of the jewelry being in his possession.
Police officials have been scouring the
country for the past few weeks, notifving
people who carried off things from" the
debris to return them. As a consequence
many valuables are returned daily and find
their nay to the owners. Those who do cot
return goods in their possession will be
THREATS OP LYNCHING.
A SInrder Near East Liverpool Creates a
Great Deal of Excitement.
lErECIAL TELEGRAM TO TI1E DISPATCH.!
East LrvEurooL, August 19. A mur
der took place on the boat known as the
Annie L, lying on the Virginia side of the
river opposite this city, about 7 o'clock this
evening. Jack Lee, a somewhat noted En
glish pugilist, was shot by John Lasley, the
proprietor. Two women besides his wife
were in the boat at the time. Lee
and two companions had a keg of
beer over on the rocks and went on the boat
and undertook to run it. Lasley claims
Lee proceeded to do him up, when he shot
him in self-defense. The companions of
" Lee claim that Lasley gave Lee a shotgun
and told him to go 100 yards and he would
keep his revolver, and that as soon as Lee
took the gnn Lasley fired. Lee is shot just
below the right eye. He is still living, but
the doctors say he will never regain con
sciousness. Lasley came over to this city,
and alter consulting a lawyer, gave himself
up. His wife has also been brought over
and both are now in jail.
There are threats of lynching by Lee's
friends. Lee's wife is the daughter of John
Bobinson, the hotel man of this city. She
is a very respectable woman, and is heart
broken over the affair. The "Annie L." is
the boat connected with the disappearance
of the cornplanter Indian, whose dead body
was found floating in the river at Steuben
yille a few days ago. There is talk of burn
ing the boat to-night after saturating it with
oil. There is great excitement and indig
nation over the murder.
PAEMEES GKBATLT ALAEHED.
Tho Dreaded Texas Cattle Fever Makes Its
Appearance In Westmoreland.
tErXCMI. TXLZQ1LUI TO TUX DISPATCH.
Gbeensbubo, Pa., August 19. A fatal
disease has broken out among the cattle In
several localities in this county, and they
are dying at an alarming extent. It is
known among veterinary surgeons as
splenic or Texas fever. Samuel Pool, of
New Stanton, has lost eight head of valua
ble cows, and 'Weible Bros., west of here.
lost four or five. The disease is supposed to
have been transmitted through the bringing
ofja carload of western cattle.intothe county
by a farmer at New Stanton.'
State Veterinary Surgeon Bridge, of Phil
adelphia, was here Saturday in consulta
tion with the veterinary surgeons in,'regard
to a treatment of tbe disease. Tbe farmers
are greatly alarmed over tbe presence of
the disease. Cattle stricken with the dis
ease invariablv die.
Be Diode a Serious Mistake.
rSrXCIAI. TELEGRAM TO THE DISrATCH. J
Vilkesbabbe, August 19. Frank
Sounson, of Nanticoke, thought he would
capture pigeon thieves, so he"adjusted a re
volver on the door of the barn. He forgot
himself, however, and when he opened the
door the revolver was discharged and the
bullet entered his breast near the heart. He
died this evening.
Drowned While Boating;.
fSFECIAX TZLEGBAX TO TBI DISPATCH.1
Harbisbobg, August 19. Key. J. A.
Barnitz, a retired minister, and Charles H.
Carpenter, ot Philadelphia, were drowned
in tbe Swatara creek at Middletown to-day.
While fishing the boa which they occupied
was capsized. The bodies have been recovered.
A 'PROTEST ENTERED.
The Colored Voter In Ohio Wot a Por
tion of the Iioaves and Fishes A
Llrcly Meeting at Flndlay
Slalo Conference Called
tErXCIAI. TSLXGBAX TO THX DISrATCO.1
Findlat, August 1?. The colored
voters of Ohio are in open revolt against
the Republican party on account of the
general failure to recognize "the man and
brother" in the distribution of the State
and Federal offices. The mutterings of dis
content have, at last, swollen into a storm,
which threatens to endanger the success of
the Bepublican ticket this fall. A con
vention of the colored voters of the
State has been called to meet at
Xenia to canvass the situation
and to formulate an ultimatum to be sub
mitted to the Bepublican managers, and if
this is disregarded, the colored voters of
Ohio will be organized against the party in
power, and the value of their support deter
mined by the results of election day.
For years, they claim, the Bepublican
party has fed them on promise, and in but
rare instances have these obligations been
fulfilled. In this city and county the col
ored men have the balance of power. The
Bepublican party cannot succeed without
the aid of the solid colored vote, and it is
for this reason they had demanded recogni
tion in the distribution of the local and
Federal offices, but in no case have they
been given a single position.
At a meeting of the Charles Sumner Pro
tective Club, composed entirely of colored
men, held last night to take action on this
state of affairs, some vigorous speeches were
made. One orator, finding from the applause
which followed his effort that he repre
sented the feeling of the meeting, said:
"The colored voters of Findlay have been
snubbed at every turn by the Bepublican
bosses in this city, and it is high time we
were showing them who holds the balance
of power in this county. This fall is the
time to do it. We do not propose to be
lambs for the shambles any longer. We
cannot depend upon a single promise the
white Bepublican leaders may make us.
We all know how we are treated just before
ah election, but that game won't work this
year. The Bepublican bosses will be going
around a couple of months hence with a
big taffy kittle attempting to pour some of
the toothsome sweetness down our throats,
but let us show them this fall that we have
sour stomachs, and refuse to gulp down the
stuff they have heretofore fed u&; and then
let them try to carry the countv without our
This speech, which was made by one of
the leading" colored men of the county, was
adopted as the keynote of the meeting.
With the help of the colored vote, the Be
publicans have a plurality of about 100
in the county, and it can easily be seen
that with this defection they cannot expect
to elect a tingle man on the local ticket.
This last move has naturally cansed con
sternation in the Bepublican ranks, and
this open rebellion must be crushed at all
hazards, but the colored men are out for
blood or offices, and nothing short of such
recognition as they demand will stop the
war. Advices from all over the State in
dicate the same state of affairs, and the
leaders of the Bepublican party are greatly
alarmed. forVithout the colored vote they
WENT OYER THE PALLS.
The Abrupt and Fatal Termination
Pleasant Boating Trip.
Easton, August 19. Charles Keller, of
Philadelphia, a. present a bartender at
Lambertville, N. J., accompanied by
Mamie and Winnie Colligan, aged 17 and
20 respectively, went out boat riding at
that place last evening, and at 9 o'clock the
boat and its occupants were carried over the
The boat capsized and the girls were
drowned. Kellar was found a mile below
the falls clinging to the boat and was res
cued. No Hope for the Nleelys.
rsrXCIAL TXLXOBAM TO THX DISPATCH.
Somerset, August 19. Joseph and
David 'Nicely, convicted of the murder of
Farmer (Jffimberger Cafter they had robbed
him of $15,uC0, were refused a new trial to
day and sentenced to be hanged. An ap
peal will be taken to the Supreme Court
K0 WITES FOR CHINAMEN.
They Cannot be Admitted Under the Term
of tho Exclusion Act.
Washington, August 19. In answer
to an inquiry from a Galveston man, the
Treasury Department has decided that the
wife ot a Chinese merchant, who may him
self be entitled to exemption from the pro
visions of the Chinese restriction acts by
reason of his residence in the United States,
cannot be admitted to the United States
when coming for the first time alone or with
a returning husband otherwise than upon
the production of tbe certificate required by
Section 6 of the act of July 5, 1881.
A Pltubnro- Camping: Party.
rsrxcTAx, txlxobau to tux disfatch.i
Fbedebick, Md., August 19. A party
of prominent Pittsburg people, composing
tbe E. B. A. Fishing Club of that city, to
day pitched their tents along the Monacasy
river, near Double Pipe creek. Their cap
tain is Maurice Golden, and their treasurer
James B. McNulty, cashier ot the Pittsburg
A Counterfeiter Caught la the Act.
Kansas City, August 19. J. D. Bob
inson was arrested at Union Star, Mo., on
the charge of passing counterfeit money, a
considerable amount ot which was found on
his person at the time of his arrest The
bogus money is the $10 "Webster head"
manufactured by tbe Davton (O.) gang,
which was broken up some time ago.
Save Your Hair
BY a timely use of Avert Hair Vigor.
This preparation has no equal as a
dressing. It keeps the scalp clean, cool,
end healthy, and preserves the color,
fullness, and beauty of the hair.
"I wan rapidly becoming bald and
gray; but after using two or three
bottles of Ayer's Hair Vigor my hair
grew thick and glossy and the original
color was restored." Melvin Aldrich,
Canaan Centre, N. H.
" Some time ago I lost all my hair la
consequence of measles. After dne
waiting, no new growth appeared. I
then used Ayer's Hair Vigor and my
Thick and Strong.
It has apparently come to stay,
Vlpor Is evidently a ereat aid to na
me to stay. The
eat aid to nature."
J. B. Williams, Floresville, Texas,
"I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor for
the past four or five years and find it a
most satisfactory dressing for the hair.
It is all I could desire, being harmless,
causing the hair to retain its natural
color, and requiring but a small quantity
to render the hair easy to arrange."
Mrs. M. A. Bailey, 9 Charles street,
" I have been using Ayer's Hair Vigor
for several years, and believe that it has
caused my hair to retain its natural
color." Mrs. H. J. King, Dealer in
Dry Goods, &c, Blsbopville, Md.
Ayer's Hair Vigor, -
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell,
Sold by Druggist and Perfumers. I
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A CAMPING PARTI SURPRISED
By n Stroke of Lightning Which Paralyzed
Them for an Hoar.
Stoebiob, Wis., August 19. During a
storm last night lightning struck a tent be
longing to a camping party on Wisconsin
Point, completely demolishing it. A large
party of young ladies were sleeping in a
tent 12 feet away and were rendered help
less for nearly an hour.
Lightning also struck a lumber camp and
several other places in this neighborhood.
In the lumber camp it knocked the pipe out
of a man's mouth and discharged a rifle
which was near by.
A SOUTHERN IRON SALE.
One of the New Companies Already Pat Un
der tbe Hammer.
MosrraOMEBT, Ala., August 19. The
Brierfield Coal and Iron Company was sold
to-day under an order of the United States
Circuit Court for $600,000. Thomas F.
Krutz and Thomas F. Peters, trustees, were
the purchasers for the bondholders.
The plan is situated in Bibb county, and
consists ef a furnace, nailery and 32,000
acres of coal and iron land. Several credi
tors gave notice ot appeal from the decree of
This product of Frauenheim & Vilsack's
brewery merits and has attained as high a
place as can bi reached br the best grade of
beer. This fact is attested by its popularity.
Call for it at an7 first-rato bar, or order
direct Telephone 118G. .
Boston. The United States Is the great
summer hotel of Boston. From 5 to 12 pages of
trauslent arrivals is the dally average. Its coni
venlent location, admirable table and reason
able charges tell the story.
Boston Transcript Angust 17.
Vantage License Granted Yesterday.
JJohnJ. WUIlams Plttsbarir
Mary Lewis Pittsburg
(John Brooks, McKecspori
I Mry Gibbons. ...... McKeesport
I Andrew Brannon.": Pittsburg
IMarr Mnnccb Pittsburg
I Matthew Klley Ku,5nr,t
Eliza Wugent , Pittsburg
I Thomai C. Cummins Braddoek
IMary Pljnn Pittsburg
(Jacob Schultz S!.'SurK
Begins Habermehl Pittsburg
C George W. Hartman Pittsburg
i Josephine 7. Kress Pittsburg
J Charles C. Mltsch Allegheny
i Lorene F. Forse Allegheny
J Nathaniel Grabam rittsburg
Margaret O'Brien Pittsburg
Frank Elbel J'1"'!""-
Bridget Qulgley Pittsburg
(Edwin Logan .. Pittsburg
i Jennie May Miller Pittsburg
( Churls W. lighten Pittsburg
Julia Jones..... Pittsburg
UBINGER AUGUSTINE On Tuesday
morning; at St Joseph Churcn. John F. Ubin
oeb and Miss Maggie Augustine, both of
ALSTON At the residence of his parents.
Ho. 32 Isabella alley. Allegheny City, on Mon
day. August 19. 1889, at 7.4o p. M., David
Eihek, youngest son of James fl. and Clara
L. Alston, aged 1 year 4 months 17 days.
Notice of funeral hereafter. " 2
CASEY On Monday, August 19, 18S9. at 4.30
A. M., Catherine Casey, aged 41 years and
Funeral will take place from the residence of
her husband, James Casey. Forty-sixth and
McCuIlough streets on Wednesday morning at
8.30. Friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend.
FOSTER On Monday. August 19, 1SS9, at
9:10 p. it, Robert Fostib.
Funeral from his late residence, 66 Chatham
street on Wednesday, at u a. m. Friends of
tbe family are respectfully invited to attend.
FRENCH At Manhanset House, Shelter
T.l.nA TI V.. Ani-nst 18. 1SS9. 11AUY A
voungest daughter of Aaron and Carrie B.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
GETTY On Monday morning, August 19,
1S89, at 1 o'clock, Elmek, Infant son of Adams
and Ella M. J. Getty, aged Ttnonths.
Funeral from tbe residence of parents, 178
Pearl street on Tuesday at 2 p.m. Interment
private. ' 2
GLASS At his residence, 67 Wylie avenue,
on Sunday. August 18, ISS9, at 1023 P.M.,
George Glass, aged 61 years.
Funeral will take place from the Second U.
P. Church, Sixth avenue, Wednesday af
tebnoon at 230 o'clock. Please omit flowers.
HUFNAGLjE On Sunday evening, August
18, 1S89, at 11 o'clock, Edwabd HUFNaQLE, in
his 44th year.
Fnneral from his lto residence, 415 Cedar
street BIoomfleld,TUESDAY.at 1030 A. M. Mem
bers of Great Western Lodge 345 are requested
LONG On Monday, August 19, 1S89, at 1 A.
M., Anna, wife of Robert Long (nee Mc
Clarenj, aged 61 years 10 months 10 days.
Funeral on Tuesday, August 20, at 1 p. it.,
from her late residence, Broughton P. O., Pa.,
Wilson station, B. 4 O. R. R., Wheeling divis
ion. Inquiries can be had at Semmelrock
Bros., funeral directors, 23 W. city, 8. B.
Friends are invited.
LACY On Sunday, August 18, 1889, at 830 r.
M-, Thomas, son of Walter and Mary Lacy,
aged 11 months and 3 days.
Funeral from the parents' residence. Holmes
avenue, near Fifty-second street on Tuesday
at 230 P. K. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. 2
MAHONEY At Brady's Bend, Pa., on Sun
day, August 18. 18S9, at 1 o'clock P. M Pat
bice J. JlAHONEY, in the 71st year of his ace.
Funeral from bis late residence on Tuesday,
August 20, at 10 A. M. Friends of the family
respectfully invited to attend. 2 "
McCLURE At West Middlesex, on Satur
day. August 17, 1889, at the residence of his
son-in-law, R. B. McClain, James T. Mc
Cluiiz, aged 81 years.
Fnneral services at St John's Episcopal
Church, Lawrenceville, on Tuesday at 3 p. v.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
REED On Sabbath, AuORSt 18, 18S9, at 1105
o'clock A.M., Martha Elizabeth, youngest
daughter of John C. and Mary E. Beed, aged
4 years 6 months and 14 days.
A loved one from our household gone,
A voice we loved is stilled.
A place is vacant in our hearts
Tnat never can be filled.
Funeral from the tesldence ot her parents,
No. 47 Sedgewick street Millrale borough, on
Tuesday, August 20, at 10 o'clock A.M. 2
RICHAItD On Monday. Aneust 19. 1889. at
730 p. jr., at her parents' residence. 1G0 Forty
fourth street Sabah Catherine Bichabd,
olaest dangber of J. B. and Jennie Bingham
Richard, aged 14 years 1 month.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
SCOTT August 19, at 1 P. m:. at the resi
dence of Mrs. A. V. Scott Ho. 78 Center ave
nue, Mrs. MabY. widow of Robert Scott, lu
her 78th year.
Funeral will take place Wednesdat at 3
p. sr, from-the residence of Mrs. A. V. Scott,
78 Center avenue. Friends of the family re
spectfully Invited to attend. 2
81EFFERT On Monday, August 19. 1889, at
3.15 A. M., James B., youngest son of Anthony
and Mary Bleffert, aged 6 years 5 months and 15
Funeral from his parents' residence, corner
Woodlandand Superior avenues, Allegheny, on
Tuesday at 3 p. v. Interment private.
TARPY At Youngstovrn, O.. Sunday, Au
gust 18, 18S9. at 730 P. M., Mrs. Bridget
Tabpy, wife of James Tarpy, in the 62ad year
Funeral from her late residence, 95 Rebecca
street Allegheny, Wednesday, at 830 a. il,
to proceed to St Andrew's Church, where sol
emn high mas will be held at 9 a.m. Inter
ment at St Mary's Cemetery. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
Vermont papers please copy. 2
ZIPFELj On Sunday, August 18. 1889, at
11 45 a. m.. Louis Zipfel, aged 25 j ears.
Fnneral on Tuesday. Auzust 0. at 2 r. jr.,
from his late residence No. 1517 Fox alley,
thence to St Michael's Church. R. C, South
side, Pittsburg, Pa. Friends are invited.
JAMES ARCHIBALD 4 BRO..
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES,
117, 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below
Smithfleld st, next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages for funerals, J3. Carriages for operas,
parties, tc, at the lowest rates. All new car-
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Tia'ULlsKATi.mN jyiTSxHUKO iS 1X1
absets . -. r9rn,ro$3s.
Insurance Co. of North America.
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
cents for quality of Body
Brussels whose regular
price with all dealers
has been $i.
for Bigelow, Hartford
. x and other best makes of
Body Brussels whose
regular price has been
from $1 25. to $1 50.
P 'd." CarpeK $1 40
English, Bigelow, Hartford
and other best makes of Wil
ton Carpets at (Q reduced
from $2 50. $)uj
33 FIFTH AVENUE.
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Detachable Umbrella Covers.
The old, worn out covers can ho taken off
and the new one replaced in the space of A
VERY FisW MINUTES. They come In
Gloria, Windsor and Pure Silk. Prices range
at Si 75. 2. $2 25. SJ 60 and 13 each. We are the
sole agents In Pittsburg. Bring in your old
Umbrella and see how quickly it can be made
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41 FIFTH AVENUE.
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Assets $118,501 87
NO. U WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIM1CK. President
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President
fe22-28-TTS WM P. HERBERT. Secretary.
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillings from 1 up. Amalgarj, 60c;
silver, 75c; white alloy, SL
Gold Crowns a specialty.
DR. J. M. McCLAREN,
Corner Smithfleld and Fourth avenue.
EPPS'S COCOA. .
By a thorough knowledge ot the natural laws
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Persons desiring; medical or surgical treatment
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HESET WAIiTKB.ErOD'r., Jwo. B. SCHL033EB,
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ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
Largest and most prominently located hotel
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WE CANT AFFORD
To sell PATENT MEDICINES at our cut
prices and cut the whole price list into our ad
vertisement It's too expensive. That Is why
yesterday We published a price list ending with
the letter Ij. To-day we continue it beginning
with the letter M
Magnesia, Husband's Calcined .230
Maeneeia. Phillips' Milk ?
Maltine, Plain .J0
Maltlue. with Cod Uver Oil J5c
Maltine, Ferreted 7o
Malt, Loflound's Extract 60o
Malt, Trommer's Extract c
Malt Jobann HoITi 33c
Malt, John Wyeth's Liquid SQc
Mint, Soda.... :. IOC
Mint Italian 20o
Monell's 'teething Cordial.... 10c
Nervine, Warner's Safe 2o
Nervura. Dr. Green's 85c
Oil, Moeller's Cod Ldver e
Oil, St, Jacob's 0o
Ointment Hood's Olive 18c
Ointment, Trust's Magnetic 18o
Oil, Phillips' Palatable Cod Liver. 42o
Oil, Phillips' Palatable Cod Liver 75o
Oil, Thiiyer's Pure Cod Liver 65c
Pectoral. Ayer's Cherry 65o
Pepsin. Baudault's 88c
Phosphate, Horsford's Add 37c
Pernna- Ilr TTnrtmn .70c
Pills, Ayer's Cathartic 15c
Pills, Brandeth's 15o
P1U, Carter's Iron S9o
Pills, Carter's Little Nerve 15c
Pills, Graefenberg's 15c
Pills, Hood's Vegetable 15o
Pills, Hooper's American 15c
Pills, Jayne's Sanative 170
PUls, McLane's Liver. 15o
Pills, Purgative Pellet 17o
Pills, Radway's ,15o
Pills, Schenct's Mandrake , 15o
Pills. Warner's Safe Cure .15c
Fills, Wright's Indian Vegetable 15o
Pills. Wyetb'a Peptonic (small) 35o
Pills, Castor Oil 21o
Plasters, Allcock's Porous v 10c
Plasters, Allcock's Corn .7. 80
Plasters, Belladonna, plain and porous... ...15c
Plasters. Benson's Capclne 17c
Plasters, Caticura 18c
Plasters, Bunion 9c
Plasters, Perfect Mustard, per box......... .23c
Pills, Dr. Cooper's 45
Pills, Cathartic 8c
Pills, Liver 10c
PUls. Beecham's : ,20o
Pierce's (Dr.) Medical Discovery ,70c
Pierce's rDr.) Favorite Prescription 80s
Potash, Chlorate 10c
Relief, Radway's Beady .-.37c
Remedy. Sage's ..S5o
Besolvent, Cuticura ...75o
To-morrow we publish the remainder ot our
Frico List of Patent Medicines.
Fleishman & Co.,
Mail orders receive prompt attention.
Price Lists and Catalogues mailed free of
Tbe following are now ready for mailing:
Price List of Patent Medicines.
Price List of Corsets.
'Price List of Books.
Price Lit of Housefurnlshing Goods.
More for What
The most successful busi
ness policy ever discovered is
selling good goods at fair
prices. That has built up the
There's a steady demand
for what's reliable. Our make
supplies that. And large
sales reward our low prices.
In clearing up stock broken
lots must go: at lower prices.
Seasonable Thin Goods, in
great variety, at small prices.
The best merchant tailor
ing done: 1.000 styles of
Sixtb street and Penn arenue.
O. D. LEVIS, Solicitor of Patents,
131 Fifth aTenne,abof e Hmithflel
office. (No oeiay.;
The shelves must be cleared ior the incoming fall stock. We know
The profit is all yours. Plenty of goods to select from and lots of time
PALL GOODS CROWDING SHELVES.
Final cut in DRESS GOODS of every kind. Colored dress goods
$c a yard. Double fold Cashmere ioc Double" fold De Beiges ioc.
Double -fold Henrietta finish Cashmeres, all colors, 15, 20 and 25c.
40-inch Henriettas, all colors, 37ja 46-inch all-wool Cashmeres and
Henriettas 35, 40 and 50c, are worth one-half more and good all the
year round. 42-inch all-wool Serges 25 and 31c, have sold at 50c.
6-4 wide Ladies' Cloth, extra good quality, 45 and 50c. Colored Tricots,
35 and 30c, all-wool, suitable all the fall. Imported fancy stripes and
plaids, for suits and combinations, at 50, 60 and 75c, are reduced from
75c, $t and $1 5.
Don't forget the "bargains all through the BLACK GOODS depart
ment and the slaughter prices on all WASH GOODS such as Satines,
Challis, Scotch Ginghams, Lawns, etc
It will pay every one within a radius of 100 miles to come and see
us this .week.
B. & B.
Tuesday, August 20.
MORE TO THE
I5c GINGHAM STORY.
Another chapter in the. shape of
a 25 piece lot of fine imported
Dress' Ginghams,, 40c and 50c qual
ityj at 15c a yard.
15c a yard for 40c and 50c qual
ity Ginghams. Whose is the profit?
Anderson's Ginghams, 25c yard.
You- will find sdme beautiful
styles among the 50c bargain Dress
Goods, especially suitable for
children's, misses' and young ladies'
school suits. Remember, too, 50c
is only j, $ and regular prices.
You have your choice at 50c a yard.
Bargains at 25c a yard.
Everything that smacks of sum
mer and early fall must go. Already
the advance invoices of fall stuffs
are arriving. Cleaning out has be
Come and see how we are doing
B0GGS & BUHL,
115,117,119,121 Federal st.Allegheny.
We will not carry oyer a pair of summer
goods if low prices will sell them.
A FEW OP THE BAKG ATN8 FOB ljADIES.
60c Striped Cotton now 29c,G0o Lisle now 35c,
75c Lisle now 44c, tl 25 Lisle now 75c, Jl Silk
now 75c, 60 and 75c Black now 35c
A FEW OF THE BABGATNS FOB CHIL-
60c Black Cotton, double knees,19c; Stainless
Black, double knees, 25c, worth 35c; 35c worth
LADIES' GENUINE 8WIS8 BIBBED
24 and 29c, reduced from 50c; 75c Lisle now
50c, tl Lisle now 76c; Silk from 75c up. a
Star Flannel Waists and Blouses
Are selling fast, the prices make them eo.
INFANTS' AND CHILDBEN'S HATS
All cut away down in price; they will cose you
much more 30 days from now.
Tennis Goods and Flannel Shirts Must
Blazers S3 85, Caps 45c. Sasbes SI 60; special
lot of Flannel Shirts (160. This is a great
All Departments Full of Good Bargains
i G, CAMPBELL & SOUS,
710 PENN AVENUE. 710
Between Seventh and Eighth sts.
ur the Llauor
by Admlnitterina Dr.
It can be siren in a cup or coffee or tea without
the knowledge of the person taking It: Is abso
lutely aarmieu, ana will eneci a permanent ana
epeedy care, whether the patient l a moderate
rlnker or an alcohollo wreck. Thousands of
Drunkards have been made temperate men who
hare taken Golden Specific In their coffee without
their knowledge and to-day believe tberqalt
drinking from their own free will. IT .NEVER
Specific, It becomes an utter Impossibility for the
Honor annetlte to exist. If ot sale br A.J. Banktn.
Sixth ana Penn are.. Pittsburg; E. Ilolden & Co.,
63 E. federal St., Allegheny. Trade supplied by
tteo. A. KellT A Co..
monrg. ira. ac-oa-?rs
BTEAMEKS AND ECDIUIONS.
Sailing erery Wednesday from Philadelphia
and LlrespooL Passenger accommodations tor
all classes unsurpassed. Tickets sold to and
from Oreat Britain and Ireland, Norway, Swe
den, Denmark, etc
PETEB WBIOHT SONS,
General agents, 307 Walnut st, Philadelphia.
Full Information can be had ot J. J. MCCOR
MICK, Fourth avenue and Smithfleld street.
LOUIS MOESEB, US Smithfleld street.
EW YORK TO MVEHTOOI. VIA OTJEEUS.
IVUVK, JHUJ1 rULK J JMUlilll KlVXiB.
PAST EXPRESS MAIL SERVICE.
Anranl. Aug. S4, Sp M Gallia, Sept. 11. 6.30 A at
Hothnla,Aag.Z3,S.30Al Etmrfa. Sept. 14. 9 AM
Umbrla, Ang.3L8i30AM Anranla,Sept.:i,2i30FM
Servia, Sept. 7, 3 PM iBathnla.Sept.U,5.aAic
Cabin passage, 160, (90 and 100; Intermediate.
135. Steerage tickets to and from all parts 01
Europe at very low rates.
VERNON II. BKOVN N & CO., General Agents,
4 Bowling Green, New York.
J. J. JlcCOlOllCK. Agent.
Fourth aye, and smithfleld st., Pittsburg.
To Glasgow. Belfast, Dublin
FROM NEW YORK EVERY THURSDAY.
Cabin csssage $25 to $50. according to location
of stateroom. Excursion 885 to (90.
bteerage to and from Europe at Lowest Rates.
AUbXIX BALDWIN A CO.. General Agents,
63 Broadway, Mcw-Yor.
J. J. McCORMICK, Agent, Pittsburg. P.
167 and 169 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY, PA-
ONE MORE BEFORE WE
WITH THE PEW REMAHnTLNG BARGAINS.
BARGAINS IN CLOTHING,
WHICH ARE NOT OBTAINABLE ELSEWHERE.
IT MAY BE A SUIT OR COAT, a pair of Pants or a Vest, a
Boy's Suit, a Hat, any kind of Furnishing Goods, or a pair of
Shoes, to fill out the rdmainder of this season and for early fall
wear. No matter what it is you want, a Closing Out Prick
has been put on all a price that will surprise and please you.
There'll be LOTS OF NE.W FALL GOODS HERE BY SEP
TEMBER 1. They're coming every day, and 'tis to make
ROOM FOR 'EM that we're rushing out our Summer Stock.
Low-water mark in prices will make high-water mark in trade.
That is what we're after; this is what we mean to have.
OR THE PAST THREE
our Great Jo, $7 50, fs
continued until the
course they are not disposed
Mechanics, Mill Men, Street Car Employes, Steamboat Men,
Railroad Men, Clerks, Laborers, in fact, all who desire to dress
well for a lower price than they think, possible, should come
early and inspect these suits.
IN A FEW WEEKS MORE BOYS VACATIONS WILL GIVE
WAY TO STUDY. The country, the seashore and the various
other health-giving means have been hard on the wardrobe.
New Suits, New Pants, New Shirts and Waists are in order.
We have them by the thousands made for hard wear for
healthy, hearty, romping boys. You know our claim PRICES
LOWER THAN ELSEWHERE.
Our Advance Stock of Fall OYercoakReceiyed.
Ready for Inspection. Ready for Buying.
300 to 400
WE ABE SHOWING ALEEADY FALL STYLES
At prices that cannot be undersold for same quality of goods.
Lot No. 1. All-wool Stockinette, $2 75. Lot No. 3. All-wool Stockinette, Ss 0
Lot Na 3. All-wool Stockinette, 3 45. Lot No. 4. All-wool Stockinette, 3 75.
Lot Np. 5. All-wool Stockinette, 4 50. Lot Na 6. All-wool Stockinette, 5 oot
Lot Na 7. All-wool Stockinette, 5 75. Lot Na 8. All-wool Stockinette, 7 45.
We guarantee these goods to De pertect-ntting ana well made In every respect.
Sizes 3a to 44.
Our own importation of guaranteed Fast Black
Has arrived and Is open for inspection. It consists of three brands, viz: HERMS
DORF PURE DYE, THE ONYX, THE INDELIBLE BLACK. We have all
sizes for Ladies, Misses and Infants, at prices ranging from 19c to 50c, all excellent
OTHER ZLni!"W" GOODS.
Ladies' fancy Lisle Hose, 37c. and 44c worth 75c. Ladies' fine fancy Silk
Hose, 75c, worth Si 35. Ladies' fine English Cashmere Hose, 50c.
NEW VELVET RIBBONS, black .and colors.
NEW CHATELAINE BAGS, 4Sc to 3.
NEW BELTS, SILK UMBRELLAS, NEW JERSEYS and BLOUSES
at attractive prices.
510, 51.2, 514 MARKET ST.
they will be cleared. The boom
to use them if you come at once.
ROOM FOR EXPOSITION.
LACE CURTAINS. These are goods you like to buy all the year
round if the prices are right We have 2,000 pairs Nottingham Curtains
we want to sell this month, ranging in price from 50c to $6 a pair; such
values have never been seen in this market. It will be a pleasure to
show them to you and convince you of this fact.
CARPET DEPARTMENT. For the balance of this month you
can carpet your rooms from our stock at about half the regular price.
Previous to the arrival of the fall stock we offer Body Brussels 65c,
r worth $i; at 75c, worth $1 25. Tapestry Brussels 40 and 45c, worth
60c. Ingrains, extra Supers, etc., at same cut prices. Rugs, Mats and
Mattings all reduced.
Similar low prices and good values found in our Silk Department,
Linen Department, Hosiery and Giove. Department, Cloak and Suit
Department and the other 50 departments in -the house.
Mail orders solicited and promgtly filled at lowest prices.
PICK UP IN
HATS, FURNISHING GOODS
WEEKS MEN have had a picnic
and ?io bUIis. Ihese bargains
end of this month, providing ot
of before then. Machinists.
AND 27 FIFTH AVENUE.
is on. Low prices win the day.