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THE PITTSBURG .DISPATCHV4 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBEHfci'2f :18891-
WITHOUT A LICENSE.
'A Prescription Does Rot Save a Hunt
ingdon County Druggist
THE DOCTOR IN TROUBLE, TOO.
Xegn Miners Fail to Arrive to Tate the
Place of Strikers.
ALIi TOE JCETVB FfiOH KEAEBY TOWA'S
ISrECIAL TELEGRAM TO TUB D1SF.1.TCH.1
HuKTKfGDOir, September 11, John
Smith, Jr., a member of the firm of S. S.
Smith & Son, drugeists, was convicted here
to-day for furnishing liquor without a
license on the prescription of Dr. George D.
Ballantine, a practicing physician -of this
city, who, it was alleged by the Common
wealth, was acting iu collusion with Drug
gist Smith to evade the law.
On the foot of the prescription the follow
ing was printed, which the person receiving
the prescription would sign: "I hereby
affirm that this material shall be used for
medical purposes and not as a beverapre."
This, the Court held, did not exempt a drug
Cist or physician from the legal penalty of the
law's violation. Dr. Ballantine will be tried on
the same charge.
The Situation in tbn Funxsutiiwney Region
! Still Very Much Mixed.
IfrECJAI. TELEGKAlt TO TUB DISPATCH.
FuxxsuTAWifEY, September 11. The men
brought here on Monday by the Buffalo,
Rochester and Pittsburg Coal and Iron Com
pany to act as policemen to protect the com
pany's property at the Walston and Adrian
mines, all left to-day. They came here with the
Idea that they were to guard a railroad cross
ing against the Pennsylvania company, and
vhen they learned the true state of affair they
refused to be sworn in, being composed princi
pally of laboring men. and they would not per
mit themselves to be used as instruments to de
feat their brother laborers.
Four hundred negroes from Pocahontas, w.
Va, were erpected here to-day, but as they
have no one to protect them tbey are not likely
to come. 4 he .cngiisu speaking miners say
they would not resort to violence under any
circumstances, but the Hungarians and Ital
ians would be for war to the knife. They are
all armed with revolvers and knives, and when
aroused are not afraid to face death. It is th e
general opinion that if an attempt is made to
put colored men anu foreigners into the mines
under guard that a sanguinary riot will be the
A PROBABLE MURDER,
The Mysterious Disappearance of a Hun
carina Too Sick to Walk.
rSr-ECIAI. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPiTCn.t
Beavee Falls, September 1L Since Sun
day last ugly rumors have been afloat that a
Hungarian named Michael Ritz had been mur
dered in a boardiag house In the North End.
The story was to the effect that Rite, being sick
for the last three months and unable to pay his
board, the boarding house keeper, to get rid of
him, tied him hand and foot last Saturday
night, and then, in company with others, kicked
and beat him till he died. The matter was put
in the hands of the police to-day, and this after
noon eight Hungarians, supposed to be impli
cated in the affair, were arrested and locked
up. That the man was tied, then beaten and
kicked brutally, it is said can be fully proven,
as a number saw it done.
The man has been missing since Saturday,
and the doctor who was attending him in his
sickness says he was too sick to go away him
self. The police are making a vigorous search
for the body. The house has been searched,
the vaults dragged and the lot in several places
dug up, but no body has been discovered. The
men arrested will say nothing.
Gniliy of Train Wrecking.
rFFKCIAI. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.!
New Castle, September 1L James Col
Well, who was arrested on an information
sworn to by Detective Perkins, of Pittsburg, on
a charge of attempting to wreck trains on the
Xew Castle and Beaver Valley branch of the
Pennsylvania company, near Wampum, by
placing obstructions on the tracks lastJune,
b&s had his trial and was found guilty by the
Jury last night. It took two hours to reach the
verdict. He will receive his sentence on Satur
day. All Cunvictcd but One.
tSrECtAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.!
TJircoia'OWjf. September 1L Twentj-.four
Hungarians were tried here this evening for
rioting at Moyer during the late strike in the
coke region. Twenty-three were convicted
andone acquitted. Judge Ewlng sentenced
the 23 to one year each to the workhouse.
Family Bitten by a SnaKe.
(SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.!
Parkehsbukg, V. Va., September IL Two
children, aged M and 11 respectively, belonging
toaramdy named Wilson, at Svcamore. Clay
county, were bitten a few davs ago by a rattle
snake while going through the woods. Both
children died from the effects of the poisonous
Democratic and Republican Office Holders
in St. Loots on Trial.
fSr-ECIAL TELEGRAM TO TOE DISPATCH.!
St. Louis. September 11. St Louis
politicians are greatly excited over the ses
sions ol the Federal grand jury and the
trials now in progress in the Federal Courts.
Two months ago a score of prominent office
holders were indicted for fraudulently
making voters of men who were not ouali-
pn to vote. Among the office holders
indicted were Philip H. Zepp, Democratic
Clerk of the Circuit Court; Julius Lehman,
.Republican member of the House of Dele
gates; James Garnier, Eepnblican Deputy
Sheriff; Martin Neiser, Democratic City
Marshal; Barney Thorroan and Geo. Bock
ers, both in the employ ol the city and
Charles F Meade, the Mayor's secretary.
Lehman s case was tried first and he was
convicted, much to the surprise of the other
derenaants. Garnier's case is on trial to-
aft IV1!.r"n,0";d,.tl,!lt many more office
holders, both Bepubltcan and Democratic
will come in for indictments in a few
EMJIO.VS BLA1XFS WEDDIAG.
The Nopiinl Knot Will Be Tied at RfcMIclu,
rSFECI.il. TELEaHAM TO TUB DISPATCH. 1
Eichfield SrEixcs, K. Y., September
1L The wedding ot Miss McCormick to
Emmons Blaine will take place here on
September 25. At Clayton Lodge, the
country home ot the McCormicks. prepara
tions are rapidiv going forward toward tbe
happy event The bride's trousseau, which
is a very handsome and elaborate one, and
which was made in Paris, has arrived
Secretary Blaine and family are expected
to arrive shortly. A handsome suit of
rooms has been encased fur him ..
Spring House. The wedding will take
place in the Presbyterian church.
THEIE MARRIAGE DOT
Tnken Possession of by n Bold and Unsen
Bichmond, September 11 Information
has been received here or the robbery of a
voung lady in Louisa county of about S2 900
The victim of the unsentimental thief 'had
this inonev placed in her trunk until her
wedding day. About 52,300 was given to
the lady by her affianced to keep until their
WJiile tbe family were at church the thief
forced an entrance into the trunk, seemed
the inonev and fled.
. .Onr Relations With Cnnnda.
BosTOK, September 1L The United States
Senate Committee on Relations with Canada
began its public hearings In this city
this morning. Senators Hoar. Hale and
Pugh were present Senator Dolpu
was delayed at Vineyard Haven by
the storm and Senator Butler Is on hi ,i
here. After a preliminary statement of the
Objects ot the hearing by Senator Hoar, Repre
sentative Elijah A. Morse, of Canton, ad
dressed the committee.
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GEN. PEARSON'S SPEECH.
Tbe Fittafcnre; Hero of the Gallant 135th
Delivers tbe Oration Dedicating Tbelr
Monument GIottIds Words to
tbe Gettysburg: Survivors.
tfrrciAt, TELxoBAu to the pisr atcil:
Gettysbubg, September 11. The speech
of General A. L. Pearson, of Pittsburg, the
orator and historian of the gallant One
Hundred snd Fifty-fifth Zouaves, was re
markable in many respects. In a number
of the actions where the fame of the regi
ment was won, he was its commander.
Bates' history speaks in the highest terms
of his conspicuous callantrv on many fields;
but in his speech the personal pronoun I
did not occur a single time. It was as if he
felt that his old comrades knew his record.
He seemed content with that, disdaining
self exaltation. In opening he said:
It has been well said that from the beginning
the living have paid homage to the virtues of
the dead: for immortality is the dream of man.
Scarce a city, town or village but contains some
monument designed to perpetuate the memory
of one who has passed from earth. Mountains
have been excavated, pyramids built, temples
have been erected, and granite, marble and
bronze shaped into every conceivable form to
give expression to honor, respect, affection and
love for some dead hero warrior, statesman or
philosopher. These earthly tributes can be of
no service to the dead, but
TllEr FORM LASTING BECOBDS
of deeds held honorable among men;arestrong
incentives to noble acts in the present, and
mark a steady progress toward that better con
dition which is "the ultimate destiny of the hu
man race." How aptly these words, ringing
with thq natural eloquence of a high and noble
spirit, fit this occasion, as they will fit all occa
sions where brave men, living, assemble to
honor the memory of heroic men, dead. You
are here to-day to formally dodicato to the
memory of your fallen comrades this beautiful
After a brief allusion to their experiences
at Fredericksburg and Cbancellorsviile and to
the brigading of tbe One Hundred and Fifty
fifth with Sykes's regulars, tho General pressed
forward to that period of the regiment's his
tory embraced in the action at Gettysburg.
The General said: Meade, Pennsylvania s
noble son, your gallant corps commander, has
been placed in command of the army. Sykes
takes the corps, and Roman 11 Ayres, your
sslendld brigade commander, assumes com
mand of the division, while Weed, tbe dashing
soldier, is placed in command of the brigade.
Northward still von m and on Julv 1 vou
hear the distant sound of battle. The gallant
Reynolds has met the enemy at Gettysburg,
and knowing that he is fighting on tbe sacred
soil oj his own State, he, with his accustomed
boldness to attack, did not hesitate as to bis
duty, or wait for instructions. The battle was
on. The first corps bad pushed through the
town intending to occupy the bill on the west
side, when it
ENCOUNTERED THE ENEMY
in strong force. Reynolds quickly rode for
ward to change the position of his batterie.
but at that moment the rebel infantry ad
vanced and charged upon the guns, no doubt
expecting to capture them. Reynolds saw the
movement, and at once put himself at tbe bead
of Wadsworth's division to direct and encour
age the troops. His conspicuous callantry-
made him a prominent mark for the deadly
bullet, and be fell, shot through the neck, and
died before be could be taken from the field.
Even there where heroism was the rule, his
conduct was resplendent with the luster of
General Doubleday assumed command, and
led the corps forward and repulsed the enemy
In a gallant charge, but his success was of
short duration, for Hill bad pushed forward
and displayed his entire command in front of
the first corps. Although Lee had over 50,000
troops on tbe field, he failed to attack Howard,
who bad command of all tbe Union troops at
the front, and thus the first day's battle was
The morning of the 2d was spent In bringing
np the artillery and awaiting the arrival of
Sedgwick's corps, who arrived, after a march
of 30 miles, at about 3 o'clock. The other corps
bad arrived before daylight. Slocum's Twelfth
corps was on the right, Newton with the First
on the right centre, the E.eventh in the centre,
Hancock's Second on the left centre, the Third
on the left and the Fifth, nnder Sykes, held in
reserve, while the Sixth was moving up towards
WHAT THEY HAD TO MEET.
Lee bad concentrated his army at Gettys
burg. Ewell was posted on the left opposite
Slocum, Hill in the center and Longstreet on
tbe right. At about i o'clock: everything was
ready for tbe attack. A fnrious artillery fire
was opened on the Third corns, and Lone-
street's men in gray began to come out of the
woods and advance against the front and flank
of General Sickles in solid masses. The des
perate attack being observed the Fifth Corps,
which a few days before Meade had com
manded in person, was pushed forward, and
Sykes found his line on the left of Hancock.
This furious onslaught caused Sickles' corps to
fall nanlr fnllnn-Ari hvth. Mh.i i-. -JLi-i.
fall back, followed by the rebel column, wnidi
toon came under the fire of Hancock's guns
which began a terrific discharge of shell and
canister. Defying death, on they came almost
to the muzzles of the guns.
While this terrible conflict was in progress
Warren, seeing the vital necessity of holding
Uttle Round Top, ordered two or his batteries
and Weed's brigade to doable quick to that
It was there and then that the One Hundred
and Filty-nfth achieved immortality. There
they enshrined themselves In a glory.that will
never fade while love for patriotic valor Hies
in the human heart. With a heroism that
made every man a Titan they accomplished, in
the teeth of fate, what, to men less brave or
determined, would have been the Impossible.
HOW MUCH IT BECALLS.
Gettysburg! What memories cluster around
that wordl The great turning battle of the
Rebellion the battle where thousands of brave
men, lighting for country, for law, for govern
ment, lor constitution, for right, for freedom
for humanity, gave their heart's blood that the
banner of their country should be unsullied
and always wave in undiminished glory. '
Gettysburg! made forever historic by Penn
sylvania's heroes, Meade, Reynolds, Hancock.
Yon stand upon tbe spotto-dav, comrades that
is hallowed by the blood of 'Weed, O'Rorke
and Hazlett, and made sacred by the blood of
yonr comrades who fell fighting in defense of
meuiuiiuK. x nere me gauant warren stood
a man whose character as a soldier and a man
was noble and knightly, and for all ages he will
in bronze stand upon the look-ont at Round Top
in serene contemplation of the field he helped
A CONCLUDING ArOSTBOPHE.
Here General Pearson enumerated 28 battles,
not counting skirmishes too numerous to men-
tion. In which the regiment participated down
18 a blood disease. Until tno poison is
expelled from the system, there can
be no care for .this loathsome and.'
dangerous malady. Therefore, the only
effective treatments a thorough course
of Ayer's Sarsaparllla the best of all
elood purifiers. The sooner you begin
the better ; delay i3 dangerous.
" I was troubled tvith catarrh for over
two years. I tried various remedies,
and was treated by a number of physi
cians, but received no benefit until I
began to take Ayer's Sarsaparilla. A
few bottles of this medicine cared me of
this troublesome comnlaint and com
pletely restored my health." Jesse M.
Boggs, Holman's Mills, N. C.
"When Ayer's Sarsaparilla was rec
ommended to me for catarrh, I was in
clined to doubt its efficacy. Having
tried bo many remedies, with little ben
efit, I had no faith that anything would
cure me. I became emaciated from loss
of appetite and impaired digestion. I
had nearly lost the sense of smell, and
my system was badly.deranged. I was
about discouraged, when a friend urged
me to try Ayer!s Sarsaparilla, and re
ferred me to persons whom It had cured
of catarrh. After tamng nan a dozen
"bctHes of this medicine, I am convinced
that the only sure way of treating this
obstinate disease is through the blood."
Charles H. Maloney, 113 Kiver st,
Or. J. C Ayer & Co., Lcwell, Mass.
Price $1; six bottles, Si. Worth 5 a bottle.
BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA.
ISO CUPS FOK L
CHOICEST, PUBEST.BEST. TBV JX,
to Appomattox, where the One Hundred and
Fifty-fifth was with Grant, and where tbe
speaker, who entered the service as a Captain
wore the well-won stars of a Major General.
Concluding, he said:
Ob, my comrades, stand In imagination betide
the tomb of the martyred Lincoln, and hear
the roll call of fame. Back, back through
battles lost and won; back through dying scenes
and prison tortures; back through cannon
smoke and deeds of heroic bravery and suffer
ing; back through the fall of Ellsworth, the Apt
martyr in dreadful and deadly conflict; yea, let
the roll be called, while wo stand silent and
dismayed. Grant, Sheridan, Meade, McClellan,
Hooker, Burnslde. Warren, Griffin. Humphry
Sykes, Ayres, Weed, O'Rorke; Illustrious com
manders under whom you fought, and who have
It Is a mighty host that passes by; Its coun
terpart the earth has never seen. Battles for
right and liberty, for God and for country, for
justice and for freedom to all wheresoever the
starry ensign shall wave.
A MEW STATE LAW
Forbids the Mnrrlng-o of Whites and Blacks
Kansas City, September 11. In his
recent charge to the grand jury, Judge
White called attention to the existence of
the new State law prohibiting marriage be
tween whites and blacks. The first arrest
under tbe law was made to-day, it being
that ot Charles Hodgson and a, colored
woman, to whom he was married Septem
The grand jury will consider the case.
Misccgeuatton 'has been quite common in
this city, and a large number of arrests are
expecte'd to follow.
Rntber Rapid Proceedings.
Louisville, September 11. At George
town to-day John Green was convicted of
the murder of his wife, Jennie Green, and
sentenced to hang. The murder was com
mitted ten days ago.
Do Wo Need Bis; Muiclest
By no means. Persons of herculean build
frequently possess a minimum of genuine
vigor, and exbibit less endurance than very
small people. Real vigor means the ability
to digest and sleep well, and to perform a
reasonable amount of daily physical and
mental labor without unnatural fatigue. It
is because a course of Hosteller's Stomach
Bitters enables the enfeebled dyspeptic to
resume tbe allotted activity of every day life,
as well as to participate without discomfort in
Its enjoyments, that it Is such a pre-eminently
We Have Now on Hand
A large stock of Piano Onyx tables,
Lamps in iron Pedestals,
and silver, Candelabra,
And every thing in the way of nice wedding
presents. Hardy & Hayes,
529 Smithfield street.
Kid gloves! Kid glovesl at the great sale.
Hosiery and underwear at the bargain sale;
special prices for Friday and Satnrdsy, also
Enable & Shusteb,
35 Fifth avenue.
Habby Alden, formerly of this city,
ean now be found at W. H. Holmes '&
Son's Chicago House, No. 264 South Clark
street 120 "Water street,
261 South Clark st., 158 Pint avenue,
ttssu Chicago, Pittsburg.
All the best stocked bars keep Franen
heim & Vilsack's celebrated Pilsner beer on
draught Ask for it, or order it direct.
Be Sure to Try;Them.
Pancakes baked before your eyes from
famous self-rising pancake flour, at Mar
vin's stand in the Exposition. Don't
forget to try them when you visit the big
Lndlos' Suit Parlors.
New suits for early fall wear arriving
daily at Parcels & Jones', 29 Filth ave,
Feiday and Saturday, greatest bargain
days ever known, also Saturday night
Enable & Shusteb,
35 Fifth avenue.
John S. Boberts, 414 Wood Street, has the
largest and most complete stock of wall
paper in the city. tts
Geo. H. Bennett & Bro 135 First
avenue, second door below Wood street, for
pure rye whiskies.
Rev. Theodore L. Cutler, D.D.. of Brook
lvn, N. Y., says the American Supplement to
Encyclopaedia Uritannica Is a noble work.
Cabinet photos, 81 per doz. Lies' Pop
nlar Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st. ttsu
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
Wb. Q. Carpenter I'lnm Creek
(Marian PJctrbrd Hum Creek
Henry Leek Chartlers township
I Hilda Dolle Chartiers township
( Carl Lucas Homestead
1 Dorothy L. Rehbing I'lttsburg
(Florlan Exler:....i Allegheny
Barbara gpenney. Allegheny
( Andrew Letson i'lttsbnre
(Mary J. Sullivan Pittsburg
Anton Braun 8harpsburit
Margaret Uallinger Hampton township
J Elmer E. Young Alleeneny
I Ida Jl. Ladley Allegheny
J Albert W.McKinney. Allegheny
(Bertha Buhl Pittsburg
J James Reynolds Pittsburg
I Margaret Laughlln Pittsburg
I John Fetter Haysville
lAiua i)cnBUK .
I John B. Plains
Annie Dorenkany PIttsbnrg
I Win. 1. Utckle Indiana county
Laura K. Hergt Allegheny
I Etta M. Thomas AUrgheny
FRIEL On Wednesday morning, Septem
ber U, 1SS9, at 0 o'clock, Mrs. AlfN FiUBL,
relict of tho late Andrew Friel, in her 80th
Funeral from her late residence. No. 37 Web
ster avenue, on Friday mobkixg. the 13th
Inst, at 830 o'clock. Services at St. Paul's
Cathedral at 9 A. M. Friends of the family aro
respectfully invited to attend,
IiAPPE Wednesday. September 11, at 2:10
a. ji., AtjutuA xh oniy cnua or Charles H.
and Lena Lappe, aced 7 months and 17 days.
Funeral services at residence of parents, No.
2 Gardner street, Troy Hill, to-day at 2 p. jt!
Interment private at a later hour.
ilcCLUBG On Tuesday afternoon, Septem
ber 10. 1SSS. Mary A., widow of the late Dr. W
T. McClurg, In the E3d year of her age.
Funeral services at her late residence, 61
Boyle street, Allegheny City, on Friday
moknino at 10 o'clock. Interment private.
Please omit flowers. 3
McCANDLESS-On Tuesday, September 10
1889, Alexander Hats McCandless, eldest
son of Alexander JE. and Maggie Hays Mc-
WUJUICM, ttCU At JCWOi
funeral services at the residence of his
parents, corner Center avenue and Dinwiddle
street, on Thursday afternoon at i o'clock.
Interment prlvato at sunset.
THOMAS Suddenly, at 12 v., September 11
1889; Geoeqe W. Thomas, aged 69 years, at
his residence. West Liberty borough.
Funeral Friday, September IS, 1S89, at 1 p.
m. Friends of tbe family are respectfully in
vited to attend. 2
WHITE Entered into rest on Tuesday
evening, September 10, 18S9, Maroaret Alc
Coxlauqh, widow of George R. White, in the
EOth year of her age.
Funeral services at her late residence,
Ellsworth avenue. East End, on Friday
afternoon, st 4 o'clock. Interment private
at a later hour. 3
JAMES ARCHIBALD 4 BRO..
IJVEKY AND SALE 8TABLE3.
117. 119 and 136 Third avenue, tiro doors below
Smithfield st, next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages lor Iunerals,t3. Carriages for operas.
parties, tx, at the lowest rates. All new car.
riages. Telephone communication. mjl.ll.TT3
-pKPRESENTEiriN MTTHBima Hi 1SCI
Insurance Co. of North America,
loises adjusted ana paia or WILLIAM Ii
JONES. 81 Fourth arenas.
WESTERN INSURANCE CO.
Assets , fHS,601S7
NO. ill WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIMICK. President
JOHN & JACKSON. Viet President
fe2M6-TTS Wit R HERBERT, Secretary.
"We are now perfecting the preliminaries
for starting our September Limited on
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12.
It will make rapid work and quick re
turns to tbe advantage ot onr large con
stituency of buyer's. A vestibnle train,
saving time and its equivalent, money, to
all, with that safety in buying, that is felt
in traveling on the Chicago Limited.
The constant arrival of new
Fall Carpets, Furniture and Curtains.
makes the pressure for space in our sales
rooms so heavy that something must
"break." We have decided it must be last
season's prices on stacks of goods whose
room is preferable to their company. We
ring ont the old and ring in the new. The
goods are standard. Ourreputation rests on
none better. Fashion's changeable whim is
their only demerit The admired new of
to-day will be the slighted old next year.
They are then the peers of the present when
future use and true worth are considered.
NOTE THE DAY,
THURSDAY, SEPT. 12!
Be ready at the start, and reap the ad;
vantage of the first comers. Here are a few
examples of the speed of our Limited. Do
they suggest bargains? Scores equally as
good In every department, that limited
newspaper space forbids mention and lim
ited store space compels rapid transit.
6 Piece Parlor Snite, Upholstered in Em
bossed Plush, going now' at $10 00; 4 Pieces
Parlor Snite, Upholstered in the best qual
ity Mohair Plush last month, $125 00
now, ?75 00.
DINING ROOM I
8 ft Extension Table, 6 Dining Chairs
and Sideboard, going now at $35 00. Side
board Antique Oak last month, $30 CO
now 18 00,
Three pieces, Antique Oak or Imitation
Mahogany, last month 535, now $27.
Three pieces, Solid "Walnut, last month
f SO, now $38.
Eoyal "Wilton Carpet, last month f 2 60,
now ?2 per yard.
"Wiltou Back Velvet, last month J125,
now SI per yard.
Moquette, last month $1 SO, now $1 per
Body Brussels, best grade, last moith
$1 25, now $1 per yard. '
Tapestry Brussels, best grade, last month
75c, now 65c per yard. " '
Extra Supers, best grade, last month 75c,
now 60 and 55o per yard.
33 FIFTH AVENUE.
AH ASSURED FACT!
"We mean the Pittsburg Exposition, which is
now thrown open for tbe'inspection or the pub
lic In general. W e have an exhibit there which
is now complete; our first display In one side ol
FINE LACES AND LACE GOODS.
These cannot fail to interest and attract tbe
attention and admiration of tbe ladies, and tbe
gentlemen as well, who hare had their taste
cultivated up to the point of appreciation for the
beautiful in this line. In tbe opposite side
from the laces we make a display ot
HIGH PARISIAN NOVELTIES IN
So arranged and applied on stands as to give
an idea as to tbe manner of using these really
artistic and beautiful goods. Our line of new
trimmings, consisting of Fringes, Fronts,
Panels, Gimps, Galloons, Ornaments, Girdles,
etc., are now ready, as -usual our stock is
large and contains every variety and style of
dress and wrap trimmings, in medium and
finest goods made. In the ccntersectlon ol tho
case a smaji exmmt 01
Is made, consisting of Neckwear, Fine Under
wear, Fine Half-Hose, Umbrellas, etc
The display will be changed from time to
time, so that every time you visit the building
give ns a glance, as youVHI be likely toseo
something different each time.
ALSO, GIVE OUR ST ORE.
41 FIFTH A VENUE,
a visit as Well.
HORNE & WARD.
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold Crowns a specialty.
DR. 3. M. McCLAKEN.
Cornet SmltMeld and Fourth aTenue.
ALE and PORTER.
This week we commence tho manu
facture of our celebrated Ales and
Porter and shall be pleased to promptly
fill all orders.
We shall put up In half and quarter
barrels a special article for family use.
112 FIRST AVENUE.
mWi.t,.cIeased Ilty and hydraulic
55 lZ ?." Prepared to furnish aU work
SOAP IS A CUP
So said Henry Ward Beeoher. The
following is a list' of some of the
best "oivilizers" in the world:
FOR THE TOILET.
Toilet Soap at 8o per
Toilet Soap at 8o per
Oream "White Honey Soap at 8o
Pure old Palm Soap at 8o per cake.
Distilled Glycerine Soap at 8o per
Hygienic Crystal Carbolic Soap at
8o per cake.
TJnscented Transparent Glycerine
at Op per cake.
Sweet; Violet Soap at 12o per oake.
Philodermio Toilet Soap, for the
akin, 12o per cake.
Eoyal Oatmeal Soap at 12o per
Pot Pourri Toilet Soap at 12o per
Oamelia Toilet Soap, 18o per cake.
Magnolia Blossom, 18o per cake.
Amerioan Transparent Glycerine
Soap, 15c per cake.
Ye Olden Time Glycerine (very
large bar) 17o per bar. t
Jockey Club Soap, 25o per cake.
Oakley's Finest Toilet Soaps, of
assorted flower extracts,
IMPORTEDand DOMESTIC SHAVING
SOAPS and SHAVING OUTFITS.
Cutlcura Medicinal Shaving Soap
at 12o per oake.
Williams & Bros.' genuine Yankee
Shaving Soap at So a caka-
F. S. Cleaver's pure Transparent
Shaving Stick, 16o per stick.
Fears' genuine Transparent Shav
ing Stick, 17c a stiok.
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506 and 508 Market st,
Every garment in the store
is at a well considered bar
Five minutes spent will
show you how much clothing
a little money buys more for
cibly than a long advertise
ment. Every customer will
be satisfied; every suit we
sell dependable and best to
be got anywhere for its price.
Our merchant tailoring
business prospers on the
variety of fine goods, the
tailoring and the prices.
Sixth street and Penn avenue.
NEW. USTIE'W". ZCTZE'W
165, 167 and 169 FEDERAL STREET.
OUR CLOAK DEPARTMENT.
Now full up with the newest things in Ladies' and Misses' Garment
of every description at prices guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Ladies' Colored Cloth Jackets, gi 50 up. Ladies' Beaver Jackets,
Stockinet Jackets, Tailor-made Jackets, new Directoire Jackets, colored
and black, Ladies' Newmarkets, $4 50 up; Tailor-made Newmarkets,
all colors; Directoire Newmarkets, Plush Jackets, Coats, Sacques and
Misses' Newmarkets and Jackets, all the leading colors, 12 to 18
Children's Coats in great variety, 2 to 14 years.
Suits of every kind opening daily. This department occupying our
itrmense entire second floor and receiving very special attention.
Real French Cashmeres, 46 inches wide, 50, 62, fac and $1, in all
the new colors.
Black Cashmeres, special values, at 50, 62 and 75c Newest im
ported Novelties for Combinations and Suits, being daily opened. You
only need to see them.
Blankets, all wool, full size, in red and white, $3 a pair and up.
Flannels, in splendid assortments. Country Flannels, all wool, 18c
Underwear for Fall now- open at;Iow prices.
. t . , TOW-ADVERTISEMENTS'?
B. & B.
TjrCKflDAT, September 12,
OUR OWN UMBRELLAS
Are the best in the world.
NEW FALL STOCK
We selected the handles oursel ves
fr om the jewelers and sent them to
the best umbrella makers to - be
SOLID SILVER HANDLES,.
Can be engraved, scratched off and
GOLD guaranteed best roll
plate. Hand-engraved, etched, etc.
Prices $2 50 to I20. Birthday
gifts. A nice present also for young
lady, or gent going off to school.
NEW DRESS GOODS daily
Fall stock, ready to wear, Skirts.
Cloth, Flannel, Satine, Satin, etc,,
75c to 10 each. A fine show.
OUR DRESS REFORM COR
SET, the coming corset, 3 special
lines corsets selling out 75c each
less than half price.
BOGGS & BUHL,
115,117,119.121 Federal sb, Allegheny,
SEPTEMBER 12 and 13,
At which time we shall en
deavor to eclipse all of our
past efforts by showing the
largest, the richest and most
exquisite line of Trimmed
Hats, Bonnets and Turbans."
New and Novel designs in
Ribbons, Fancy Feathers,
fon Pons, Wings and Jet
Now exhibiting our new
importations in Silks, Wool
Goods, Cloaks and Wraps,
Jerseys, Gloves, Underwear,
Hosiery, etc., etc
Special attention is called
to our large and varied as
sortment of House Furnish
PRICES LOWER THAN
Sixth street and Penn ave.
"EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS?' ADVERTISED 1Y
. jiMj. i
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PAUSE AND THlMl
Think of the solid satisfaction your
you' and then come and look at the beautiful aad epxai&kj&,
eleeant Fall Suits and Fall Overcoats we arp now kHiUaVm2? ?
Examine critically the fabric of the goods; inspect
the trimmings, the fit and the, workmanslifpj ywi'tt ,
find them in every way equal to merchant taller
goods, at .-. . ..
FAIL OVERCOATS: $5, $6, $7, "$8 to 25,; ;t
FAIiL SUITS: $7,
It's only a question as to hotf much you want to pay for yoft'toff
a Suit or Overcoat at a price to suit you. - " f . ,jJ,
BOYS' KNEE PANT
BOYS' LONG PANT
These are busy days for. us
partment -Many a lad we've fitted for school the past few: days raaay -here
at home and many for schools far away; Now if you've got a bdy
or boys to clothe send or bring them here. TYe'U give you stick goa&
lor sucn nine money mat you n De
If You Wish to Inform Yourselves as to Where Can b
the Newest and Nebbiest Styles in
Fall Hats, Fall Furnishings and Fall Footwear
pay our store a visit; Give us but half a chance and we'll sell yoa
whatever you may want in any of the before-mentioned goods. We've
ALL the novelties and the secret of our doing such an immense business
lies in the fact bear it m mind well that we underseU all otfawr dsalers
in the city and intend to keep the good work up. . -
Visitors to the city are specially invited to make our store their
headquarters. We will take care of packages, parcels, wraps,"
ask any questions you like and in fact make yourselves at home.-
Don't fail to see our magnificent exhibit at the Exposition. JJjg
By this advertisement we wish to attract
the attention of all who hare not read former
announcements of our great summer sale of
Seal Plush Garments at prices which in
sure an enormous saving. The commenda
tion of hundreds of customers who have
been supplied during the last two weeks is
increasing the list of purchasers every day.
"We have 1,000 garments in stock which can
not be approached in point of price and
quality by anything that will be offered by
oiuer nouses auring me coming season.
QUR PRICE-LIST THIS WEEK
Seal Plush Jackets, 810; worth $15.
Seal Plush Jackets, $12; worth $18.
Seal Plush Jackets, $14 75; worth $20.
Seal Plush Sacques, $16 50; worth $22 50.
Seal Plush Sacques, $18 75; worth $25.
Seal Plush Sacqnes, $22 50; worth $30.
Seal Plush Sacques, $25; worth $35.
Seal Plush Sacques, 29 75; worth $40.
ECLIPSING ALL OTHERS
IS OUR NEW PALL STOCK OP
of all descriptions, Trimmings and Ribbons, all colors.
Anew stook of 1,200 dozen of Ladies', Gents' and Children's UN
DERWEAR, from 25c to 92 a piece, better than ever offered before
510, 512, 5!4 MARKET ST.
. Or the Liquor Hibit PoItlIy Cured
by Administering Dr. Hiiaes'
It can be given in s cup of coffee or tea without
lately harmless, and win effect a permanent and
ipeedjr cure, whether the patient is a moderate
drinker or an alcoholic wreck-. Thousands ot
Drnnkardt hate been made temperate men who
hare taken uolden Specific In their coffee without
their knowledge ami tu-dav believe Iher null
drinking from their own free win. ITNKVEK
tails. -inejTsiem once Impregnated wlln the
Specific, It becomes an utter lmpoulbllltr for the
uquor appetite to exist. 1 or tale br A. J. lit
Sixth and ienn are-Plttihar
r; E. Uolden ft Co..
w .c euerai ., Auernenr. Trade annul
HAPPEN TO REl;
last bought-of-us CIethig aecidj
$ft $10, $12 to $35,"
SUITS, $1 to Si
SUITS, $3 50 to $l&
particularly Jn our Boys Oo'thiae de
300 to 406
Toucan have no Idea of the im
mensity, variety and cheapness of
the stock we are showing' this
season except by an inspection.
We are opening the season with, a
SPECIAL SALE of
Eeal All-wool Stockinette Newmarkets,
satin faced, $9 75; worth $18.
Another lot at $11 50; worth $20.
Beaver Newmarkets, $7, $8, $9; worth 50
per cent more.
Striped "Wool Newmarkets, $5, $7 60.
$3 60: worth nearly double.
Pine heavy Stockinette, Jackets, $2 75: 1
worth $4. '
Better quality Stockinette Jackets, $3 25;
Still finer Stockinette Jackets, ti 50
worth $G 75.
Extra quality Stockinette Jackets,, $5l
Extra fine imported ones up to $15.
Hisses' Jackets at all prices.
In Broadcloth, Camel's Hair and light
weight Beaver. New styles just out.
150 STYLES OF CHOICE
Children and Misses' Wraps,
Plain, Fancy and Jacqnard Stripes,
Plaids and Scotch Mixtures,
from $2 to $18.
AND 27 FIFTH AVENUE. ;
.A-TEIST T S
a D. LEVIS, Solicitor of Patent
131 Fifth avenue, abOTeBmithfleld, next Leadas
omce. ino ueiay.i juiaiuigiiea aj i
(No delay.) Establlahed 2b years.
ATIiAKIIO CITY, K. Jr.
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