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THE HTTSBTJEa DISPATCH, THURSDAY, JUIiY 11,- 1889.
A HEALTHY PLACE. The State Board Meets at Johnstown and is Much Pleased. IT VIEWS ALL THE REGION, And Compliments tho Saultarj Orj-aniza-tion and Eed Cross. DE. LEE TO KEEP THE WORK GOING The ClemlEZ of the Streets Mitluj Excellent Vtosnsa. The State Board of Health met at Johns town yesterday and commended the work done by Dr. Lee and his assist ants, and directed its continnance during the summer. "Washington street has been cleaned np. The greatest excitement of the Jay iras caused by the arrest of Corporal Jones bv a civil officer. tFEOK X STAFF CORRESPONDENT." Johnstown, July 10. The annual meeting of the State Board of Health was held here to-day. After re-electing Dr. David Engelman, of Easton, as President, the board devoted the rest of the session to considering the sanitary condition of the Conemaugh Valley. Drs. Lee and Graff, who have been the agents of the board, sub mitted a detailed report of the wort that has been done here under their direction. In this report the physicians explained how they had divided the valley into districts and placed a medical inspector and a fore man in charge of each district. It told how they had established posts for the dis tribution of disinfectants, and how all garbage and putrifying and drying vege table and animal matter had been removed. It was only by the hardest kind of work that they had kept the valley in a healthful condition. The work of cleaning cellars, the report says, has been most difficult, but it is now well under way. Those that are still in a bad sanitary condition will in a few days be thoroughly disinfected. People are advised to whitewash their cellars, and they carry out tfce instructions of the board to the letter. The medical inspectors have completed a sanitary medical survey which shows the condition between Nineveh and South Pork of every family as to over crowding, sickness and sanitary condition of cellars. The greatest number of era ploves the board has had at any one time has been 285 men. The force now at wore num bers 153. The report was approved by the board and the two physicians highly com mended for their work. THE WOKK TO GO OK. A committee, consisting of President Eugelman, Secretary Lee, Dr. Howard, Dr. Murphy and Dr. J. P. Edwards, was ap pointed to keep a vigilant watch over the sanitary condition of the Conemaugh and Juniata valleys and the Lockhaven and "NVilliamsport districts. Drs. Lee and Graff were authorized to remain here for another month at least and, if necessary, they were directed to stay until fall. "When the busi ness of the meeting had been completed Dr. Lee took the members of the board on a trip through the valley in carriages. They were out all the afternoon. Upon their return Dr. Edwards, of Philadelphia, said to your correspondent: "We have learned from our trip this afternoon that all the rumors of sickness alleged to be due to the flood that have been sent out of here have been false. There is not a single case of sickness that can be attributed to the flood. This we consider as remarkable, and it speaks volumes for the work of Dr. Lee and the Bed Cross Society. Dr. Lee's whole system of work is perfectly satisfactory to the board, and all his ar rangements for the continuance of the work are perfect. That there has not been an epidemic here is due to the excellent work ot Dr. Lee and the Bed Cross Society. The condition of the valley, however, is still such that it will require constant watching. If the people will co-operate with the Board of Health there need be no fear of an epi demic this summer. "We must have the help of the people, however. They must exercise great personal care and cleanliness both of their persons and premises." PEAISE FOB THE BED CROSS. Dr. Edwards said the board had inspected the hospital of the Bed Cross Society, and was verv much pleased with its manage ment. He and other members of the board said the Bed Cross Society could not be given too much credit for its work here. Dr. Edwards said the members had visited the cemeteries and fonnd thdt all bodies had been decently buried. The graves of the unknown dead were in just as good condi tion as those of the persons who had been identified. He said there was not the slightest foundation for the statements that bodies had been unearthed by dogs and wolves. Dr. Lee took the members on another trip up the valley this evening. They returned inl time to have a consultation with Chief Engineer Hamilton. The members all left lor home on the 10:30 train. McSwigan. JUSTICE IJf JOHNSTOWN. A Corporal of the Fourteenth Arretted by n Tin Tag Officer and Fined. IFEOM A STAFF COnRESPONDEXT. Johnstown, July 10. Trouble has again broken out between the "tin tag" police and the members of the Fourteenth BegimenL The latter have borne the in sults heaped upon them by the tough-looking "bobbies" until they have become al most unbearable. If the militiamen get away without being mixed up in a good sized riot with the policemen it will be due to the vigilance of their officers. This after noon two of the Pittsburg boys were catch ing ball within the lines o'f their camp, and 15 feet from the edge of the nearest street. One of the bob bles, clothed with the power of the law and a superabundance of commissary clothes ordered them to quit The Corpora! of Company I made a reply to the effect that they were on their own ground and doing no harm. Without another word the alleged officer struck the man over the head with his short baseball bat. A large crowd gathered, and had it not been tot the coolness of the corporal the officer wouldhave been mobbed. The policeman then arrested him, and at the hearing he was fined fG 15. Colonel Perchment, commander of the regiment, ap peared as the corporal's attorney, but was promptly told that attorneys were not rec ognised in that court. This is a sample of the justice the National Guard is getting for its efficient service in protecting the prop erty of the citizens of this place. The corporai arrested was named Jones. A -TROUBLESOME QUESTION. Who Will Far Tor Damage to tho MIIItIUo Public School Home. If FECIAL TELEGRAM TO TBI DISFATCn. J Johnstown, July 10. The members of the First ward, Hillrille, school board called upon Engineer Hamilton this after noon and asked him what the State intended to do in regard to the school building. The latter has been used as a morgue for the past three weeks and is in a wrecked con dition. All the chairs and -desks were removed, the windows smashed and the refuse from the bodies washed into the basement. The building was also damaged by the heavy charges of dynamite exploded on the drift. It will take about (3,500 to put it in proper shape for occupancy on Sep tember 1. Captain Hamilton will begin to clean it out at once, but who will pay for the damage sustained by the building is ft question that will cause trouble. PBOGBESS OF W0BK. The Transformntlon of Washington Street, Where Mnny Bodies Were Found A Kick, and the Cnniie for It. IgrrCIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.l Johnstown, July 10. Even after one day's absence from the town one can notice the rapid change the borough is undergoing. If a person is here from day to day he can not notice much change going on, but let him go away for a day or two, and upon his return he can see what a wonderful transfor mation is taking place. This morning the laft of thecreat mass of debris which was piled in front of the Cambria Iron Com pany's general offices was carted away, and Washington street is now clear from one end to the other.. This is the street where a great many bodies were found un derneath the dirt upon which people had been walking for weeks. Formerly people had to walk down a small hill to the door of the "Western Union Telegraph office. To day they had to ascend half a dozen steps to get there. This is but a sample of what is being done. The chief engineer, Captain Hamilton, stated to-day that he was now do ing the work with two men and a cart that it had formerly required four men with an ordinary wagon to accomplish. The work has been so systematized that they are carrving away a cart load of dirt in the same time that it took to remove a wheel barrow load. An effort was made by a number of kickers who have been fired out of the Cambria City Commissary to hold a meet ing to-nighc to devise ways and means for the purpose of putting the citizens of the boroueh in charge of the supply station. A call was issued this morning for the meet ing to be held in the Council chamber at 7 o'clock and the names of prominent peo ple forged on the notices. Only one man responded to the call, and after waiting half an hour for others to put in an appearance he departed much disgusted. A rumor'was circulated about the town that the officers in charge of the commissary were not treating the people right in the matter ot giving supplies. The real cause of the trouble, as stated'by some of the people who refused to sign their names to the call and would not go near the'meeting, was that eight of the residents who had been employed in the department had been discharged for stealing. Some of them were employes of the Cambria Iron Comnanv and refnsed to go to work in the mill, preferring an easy position in the commissary. When they came to work in the morning they threw off meir oau anu coais. .toiler Horuag a suon time it is charged they would pick up a new hat and coat, and, putting them on, would make an excuse to go out, and would then take the new clothes home and come back for another supply. When discharged they threatened to take charge of the department by force, but were scared off. 1I0XEI FOR LETTfiK CARRIERS. Omaha Postal Bustlers Send the First Con tribution to Johnstown Brethren. ISPECIAL TELEGRAM TO TOE DISFATCII.I Johnstown, July 10. The letter car riers of Johnstown, to-day received their first contribution of money sent them by any of their fellow carriers among the thousands of them in the country. A letter was received from the carriers in Omaha, Neb., with $50 enclosed, for which the boys are very thankful. There are ten carriers here, and they lost their uniforms and per sonal property. Some of them suffered the loss of members ot their families, and were left in a very bad condition. Each man is going to write a sketch of his personal ex perience in the flood while delivering mail matter, and will mail it to his Omaha brethren as a memento. One hundred and ninety dollars as the snm to be charged for each of the small Oklahomas, and $250 for each of the larger ones. Host people who have accepted them took a large one and a small one. The cost price is to be deducted from the sum to be given each person, and as a reputable con tractor has offered to supply four-roomed houses for $250, people consider the Okla homas rather high, and ore now refusing them. The expected distribution of 10 a head has not taken place, and the postoffice is constantly besieged by poor people expect ine money. Forty vagrants were arrested by police and military to-day and put to work. Jacob Goenner, of Cambria City, the leading brewer of the place, died to-day. He was in the washed out district, but, on recount of the heavy machinery, his build ings were not carried off, being the only ones standing in the vicinity. He had re sumed business several weeks ago, and was only sick a lew hours. One Dny Wltb No Bodies Fonnd. Johnstown, July 10. For the first time since the flood no bodies have been found in 24 hours. This is attributed to the fact that all the work was done on the streets where the sand was only about a foot deep. Itlm-ringe Weenies Granted Yesterday. Kama. Hesldenefi. 5 Robert Carson mtsburjc J Elizabeth J. Welsh l'UUburK ( Charles Johnson McKeesport 5 Jennie Bailey McKeesport (George bchlppler Pittsburg j Clara Hellmelcr Pittsburg J John K. Dodd Pittsburg J Annie M.E. Kearny Pittsburg ( Frederick Gotsheck Jeannette Clara Dlersteln Munhall (Joseph Gillespie PltUhurg JAnuaO. Hasselman Pittsburg 5 George W. Jones Oakdale Annie M. Potter Oakdale Save Tour Hair BY a timely use of Ayer's Hair Vigor. This preparation has no equal as a dressing. It keeps the scalp clean, cool, and healthy, and preserves the color, fullness, and beauty otlie hair. "I was rapidly becoming bald and gray; but alter 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 in consequence of measles. After due waiting, no new growth appeared. I then used Ayer's Hair Vigor and my hair grew Thick and Strong. It has apparently come to stay. The Vigor is evidently a great 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, Haverhill, Mass. " 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, Bishopville, lid. Ayer's Hair Vigor, PRirAEEDET Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by Druggists and Perfumer. BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA, 150 CUPS FOB . CHOICEST, PUREST. BEST. Jc24-MTTF TBYIT. TEETH, $5, $8, $10. Gold fllllnfrs from $1 up. Amalgam, 60s; silver. 75c; white alloy, Si. Qold Crowns a specialty. DR. J. M. McCLAREN, . Corner Smlthfleld and Fourth avenue, je&rrsu MARRIED. LUPTON-OWENS On Tuesday evening. July B. J8S. by Bev. George T. Purres, Will iam 13. Luptoit and Miss Mabt E. Owens, daughter of 8. W. Owens. DIED. BBAUN On Tuesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, Louis Bbaun, husband of Julia Braun, nee Bune, aged 37 years 9 months and 28 days. Funeral services at his late residence, 1821 Carson street, Southslde, city, on Thursday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Friends of the fam ily are respectfully invited to attend. CUTHBERT Suddenly killed on the P., V. A C B. R, on Wednesday afternoon, July 10, 1889. HABBY W. CUTHBERT. .Notice of funeral hereafter. CROW On Wednesday morning. July 10, 1889, at 10:37, JAMES K. CBOW. aged 63 years. funeral will take place on Friday aftkb noon, at 3 o'clock, from his late residence, 203 Jackson street. Friends of the family are re spectfully invited to attend. 2 CLOKEY-On Tuesday, July 9. 1889. at 730 o'clock A. M.. Eliza J., daughter of John and Martha Clokey, aged 17 years and 3 months. Funeral from her parents' residence. No. 9 Beaver avenue. Allegheny City, on Thursday, July 11, 1889, at 3 o'clock T. at 2 DOBMAN-On Wednesday. July 10. 1889. at 8:10 A. 1L, MATTHEW WILLIAM l)ORMAN, in the 26th year of his age. Funeral from the residence of his brother-in-law, George William Scott, at Banksville. Pa, on Friday, July 12. 1889, at 2 P. X. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. Members of Knights of Golden Eagle and Sons St. George are requested to attend. 2 FELLMANN-On Tuesday. July B. 1889. at 6 p. m., Frank J. Feixmann, aged 36 years. Funeral from his late residence, 3421 Penn avenue, on Thursday, at 9 A. It Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 FAULKNER On Monday. July 8. 1889. at 9.30 r. il, Charlotte, widow of .the late Cbarlts Faulkner. In the 72d year of her age. Funeral on Thursday afternoon at 230 from the family residence. No. 66 East Diamond street, Allegheny. Friends are Invited to at tend. 2 GBAHAM On Wednesday mornlnc July 10, Andrew R. Graham, aged 76 years. Funeral from the residence of his daughter. Mrs. Carlln, corner Jackson and Girfield streets, Allegheny, on Thursday at 5 p. m. Friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend. GABTLEY On Tuesday evening, July 9, 18S9. at 1035 o'clock, at Crafton station, F..C. & St Ii. E. B., Sammy, only son of Samuel U. and Aggie M. Gartley, aged 3 years, 1 month and 16 days. Friends are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral at 2 p. M. to-day. GBAHAM At 130 Tuesday morning, July 9. 1889, Morris King Graham, .In the 17th year of his age. Funeral services at the residence of his parents. No. 126 Irwin avenue, Allegheny, Thursday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully invited. Inter ment private. 2 KBUMENACKEB On Wednesday, July 10, 1SS9, at 1030 A.M.. MART It, daughter of Joseph and Lizzie Krumenacker, aged 11 months and 18 days. We stood around her dying bed. And saw her blue eyes close. And from her heart she paused and plead, And from her cheek the rose; And from her eyes came one bright look That bound us like a spell, And as her Bpirit passed away We heard whisper farewell. Funeral from the residence of her grand father, Joseph Killmejer, Painter's row, Thirty fourth ward, on Friday, at 8 am. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 MINOGUE On Wednesday, July 10, 1889, at 10 P. M., Annie, Infant daughter of Patrick and Lizzie Minogue, aged 4 months. Funeral from the residence of M. Welsh, corner of Gilmore and Frazier streets, on Thursday at 2 p.m. Friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend. McNULTY On Wednesday morning, July 10, at 12:45. at the residence of her father. 24 Linden street, Allegheny City, Annie N., be loved daughter of George B. and Elizabeth McNulty. Funeral on Friday mornino at 10 o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 McCOMISKY At St. Francis Hospital. Tuesday, July 9. at 330 p. K., of typhoid fever. Ellen McComisky (nee McByrne), aged 35 years. Funeral from hospital, THURSDAY MORN INO, July IL at 830 o'clock, to proceed to St. Alarj'a Cemetery. Friends of the family are repectf ully Invited to attend. 2 MUNN Wednesday evening, July 10, 1859, at 9 o'clock. Mrs. Isabella Munn, wife of Dongald Munn, in the 69th year of her age. Notice of funeral In this evening's ana Friday morning's papers. STEEL On Wednesday evening, July 10, 1889. at 9 o'clock, at his residence. No. 4516 Fifth avenue, John B. Steel, aged 78 years and 1 day. . Notice of funeral hereafter. WEIBEL-On July 9. 1889, at 1155 p. it, GEORGE Wetbel, in the 60th year of his age. Funeral takes place from family residence, 287 Sawmill alley, Allegheny, on Thursday, at 3 P. M. Friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend. WINKEL On Wednesday morning, at 4 o'clock, Katie Agnes, youngest daughter of Henry and Dorothea W'lnkel, aged 25 years, 8 months and 14 days. Interment takes place on Friday after noon, at 2 o'clock, from the residence of the stricken parents. No. 2100 Sidney street. South, side, city. JAMES ARCHIBALD' BRO., XJVEBY AND SALE 8TABLES, 117, U9 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below Smlthfleld St., next door to Central Hotel. Carriages Tor funerals, $3. Carriages for operas, parties, 4c, at the lowest rates. All new car nages. Telephone communication. myl-ll-TT8 JOHN L. TBEXLEB 4 CO, Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Livery and Boarding Stables. Nos. S78 and 380 Beaver ave. Besidence. 681 Frebla ave., Allegheny City. Telephone 3416. mh23-MThsu pEPBESEMTEU IN fTTTSBUBG IN ISO. ASSETS . 9J071,69S33. Insurance Co, of North America, Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-D WESTERN INSURANCE CO. OF PITTSBUBG. Assets $448,60187 iNO. 411 WOOD STBEET. ALEXANDER NIM1CK, President. JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President fe22-26-TT3 WM. P. HEBBEBT. Secretary. WM. 165, IMPERATIVE CLEARANCE On Tuesday morning we inaugurate a genuine Clearance Sale in every department of the bouse. We have not space enough here to enu merate all the bargains, but you will find them wherever you turn in the house. Now is the opportunity of a lifetime to load up with Dry Goods at prices lower than ever offered in any market In short, all remnants, oddments, damaged or slightly soiled articles of every description, which have accumulated in the past six months, must go, without regard to cost or value. Note the following, which we quote prices on as specimens for the sale: Body Brussels Carpets at 75c, were $1 25 and $1 50. Tapestry Brussels at prices away down for this particular sale only. Ingrains all fresh goods, now 20c, were 370. Come quick for these. DRESS GOODS. The cut is deep here. All must go if prices will do it Wash Goods in Satines, Lawns, Challis, Batistes, Ginghams, etc., at marvelously low prices. All the Wool Dress Fabrics are cut in two as to prices. See the double fold colored Cashmeres at nc, have always sold at 25c. All-wool colored Cashmere and Henrietta side barred suitings, 55c, were 75c. Jamestown single and double fold fabrics half price. Wool fabrics, stripes and plaids, etc, at cut prices. Black Goods at equally good bargains. Black Lace Buntings 10c, were 15c; i2jc, were 18c. And in the Clearance Sale will be included everything in our Cloak Room, such as Wraps, Jackets, Shawls, Ready-made Suits, Jerseys, etc Ladies' Jerseys 50c, down from 75c. Cream colored Jerseys. Fast colored turkey red Tablings at 20c, worth 37c Cream and Bleached Table Linens, 18c up. LOOK HERE! Away goes the Queensware, Chinaware, Glassware, fine Vases,- Chamber Sets, Soiled Sets. Toilet Sets,, imitation Cut Glass, three pieces for 70c, worth Si 50. See also the immense bargains in Hose, Gloves, Millinery, Corsets, Laces and Embroideries. SPECIAL. All remnants and odd lots are to be disposed of at the sale They will last only a short time. Come early and often for choice at your own price. Remnants Cashmere, Remnants Henrietta, Remnants Silks, Remnants Satines, Ginghams, Challis, and other Wash Goods. Remnants Embroideries and Laces. Remnants Ribbons. Odd and single pairs Curtains. Odd lots of Underwear and Hosiery. In fact greatest Remnant Sale. All must go and go at once. Samples sent on, request Mail NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. LMDS Till ALL1 SOLID OAK, $20 OO. Probably no event has made such a sensation in the local Furniture trade as our offering of this unequaled Chamber Suite of 3 pieces in Solid Oak, and with large Beveled Mirror, at $20. Our last advertisement of the ar rival of a carload of them made such an impression that they were soon all sold. Another lot is now in store. No need to advertise them. Just as a duty to the disap pointed we state the fact. Manjfpatterns of Chamber Suites are now greatly re duced. Season-closing reduc tions will be found all through our Furniture Department. Another lot of this pattern of "Old Colon ial" Rocker, in solid Antique Oak, is receiv ed. We show Porch Chairs and Lawn Set- $2 50. tees in large variety to be closed out at a large reduction. O.McClintock&Co. 33 FIFTH AVENUE. jy4-TTS EARLY CLOSING NOTICE ! COMMENCING MONDAY, JULY 8, And until further Notice, our store Will Close at 5 O'clock 'Every Day Except Saturday. We reauest our patrons to endeavor to shape their time so as to reach the store be fore this hour. Our Store is recognized as the cleanest, best kept and most comfort able house in the two cities to do shopping in. Our ventilation is perfect and the light the clearest. Our Salesmen and Sales ladies are polite and attentive, as well as having a thorough knowledge of the busi ness and an experience in waiting on trade that greatly assists the buyer in supplying his or her wants in an agreeable and ex peditious manner. Ourstock is at all times full and complete of SEASONABLE GOODS in STAPLE LIKES as well as NOVEL TIES, and what yon buy from us you will find clean and fresh and in perfect con dition. OUB PEICES WE GTTABANTEE TO BE THE LOWEST for the Quality of the Goods Sold. Special Bargains all over the Store. HORNE & WARD, 41 FIFTH AVENUE jyS-D MANUFaCTUBEBS AND MEBCH ANTS' INS. Co 417 Wood street, Pittsbure. Px Capital $250,000 00 Assets January L 18S9 363,745 80 Directors Chas. W. Batcbelor. President; John W. Chaltant, Vice President: A. E. W. Painter. Bobt. Lea, M. W. Watson, John Wil son, Joseph Walton. Wm. O. Park, A. M. Brers, Jas. J. Donnell, Goo. E. Painter, John Thompson. Wm. T. Adair, Secretary; Jas. Little. Assistant Secretary; August Amnion. General Agent. . ja22-4S-TTS 1 ftfeft tx28 SEMPLE'S STORES, 167 and 169 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY, PA. ' Orders promptly executed. - , NEW ADTERTISEJIEifTS. B&iiflftKylsW CLEARANCE SALE -or- LACES AND EMBROIDERIES, Machine-made Torchon Lacos. Hand-made Torchon Laces. nivenasung: Trimmings. Swiss Trimmings. Cotton Trimmingrs. Cotton Pillow-slip Lace. Venetian Lacea Fine Smyrna Laoes. Black Chantilly Lacea Black Spanish Lacea Blaok Escurial Lacea Cream Spanish Lacea "White and Cream Oriental Lacea Imitation Valenciennes Lacea Black Hand-run Lace Ties. Black Lace Fichus and Ties. Vhite and Cream Lace Ties and Fiohua Cambrio, Jaconet, Nainsook and Swiss Embroideries, in match seta All-over Embroideries to match above. SKIRTINGS AT HALF PRICE. Blaok Spanish and Chantilly Skirtings. 42 inches wide. Blaok Spanish Guipure Skirtinga Blaok Drapery Net Black All-over Lace. Blaok Beaded Net. Cream Lace Skirtinga Cream Drapery Net Swiss Hemstitch Skirtinga Swiss Sohiffli Skirtinga Jaconet Skirting. Cambrio Skirtinga Fleishman & Go's. NEW DEPARTMENT STORES, 504,506 and 508 Market st. PITTSBUBG. PA. Stores close at 5 o'clook during July and August "We are now taking stock of House Furnishing Goods, and in a few days will startle the two oities with our bargains in that line. jyll-D DRUNKENNESS Or the Liquor Hsbit Positively Cured by Administering Dr. Hsines Golden Specific It can be KlTen in a cup or coffee or tea without the knowledge of the person taltlnjr It; Is abso lutely harmless, and will effect a permanent and speedy cure, whether the patient Is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of Drunkards hare been made temperate men who hare taken uolden Specific in their coffee without their knowledge and to-day believe ther quit drinking from their own free will. ITWEVtB FAILS. The system once Impregnated with the Specific, It becomes an utter Impossibility for the liquor appetite to exist, i'or sale by A.J. Rankin, biztb and lnn ave.. Pittsburg; E. Holden Co., C3 E. Federal St., Allegheny. Irado supplied by eo. A. Kelly & Co.. l'lttbnrg. l'a. oeg-43-TTg STEAMERS AND EXCURSIONS. AMERICAN LINE, Baillnjr every Wednesday from Philadelphia and Liverpool. Passenger accommodations lor all classes unsurpassed. Tickets sold to and from Great Britain and Ireland, Norway, Swe den, Denmark, etc. PKTER WRIGHT A SONS, General acents, 307 Walnut st, Philadelphia, Full information can be had of J. J. MCCOR MICK, Fourth avenne and Smlthfleld street LOUIS M0E3ER, U18 Smlthfleld street. mhlS-GG-TTS f-lUNABD LINE. MEW YORK TO LIVERPOOL VIA QUEENS TOWN, FROM P1EK 40 NURTU RIVER. FAST EXPRESS MAIL SERVICE. Bervla, July 13, 8:30 Alt lUmbrla, Aug. 3, 10 AK Etrcrla, July 20, noou. IServla, Angust 10.3pm Auranla. July 27, 5am I Bothnia, Aug. 14, 7:30AM Gallia. July 31, 7 A M lEtrnna, Ang.l7.10:30 AM Cabin passage, (60, (30 and (100; Intermediate, 35. Steerage tickets to and from all parts of Europe at very low rates. VERNON U. BKOW N & CO., General Agents, 4 Bowling Green, New York. J. J. MCCORU1CK. Agent, fourth ave. and Smlthfleld St., Pittsburg. Jy-D State Line To Glasgow. Belfast, Dublin and Liverpool. FROM NEW YORK EVERY THURSDAY. Cabin passage S33 to ISO. according to location of stateroom. Excursion JOi to S90. Steerage to and trom Europe at Lowest Rates. AUSTIN BALDWIN & CO., General Agents, 53 Broadway, New York. J. J. McCORMICK, Agent, Pittsburg. Pa. mhl2-D NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. B.B. THURSDAY, JULY 11. This morning, SPECIAL OFFERING, ELEGANT PARIS DRESS PATTERNS, , At Half (X) price. Fifty (50) patterns. Elegant and exclusive, very handsome, Very desirable shades and styles, Reduced fromStofl2Ga Fifty (50) patterns Very seasonable, very effective styles and shades of soft, rich materials. Reduced from $20 to 10. A small lot, S assorted patterns, sideband on choice mixtures, nice shades, REDUCED FROM J12 60 TO (5 (to close.) These are all choice and seasona ble goods, just what you are buying and for what you paid, and else where still pay, for one you get two patterns to-day. If you paid $25 for a pattern, as hundreds, yes thousands of our friends have done, think of getting 2 for the same money, or one for half the amount Can't you afford to buy one (or two) even if not just in pressing need of a dress? Now these are ready for yotu this morning at 8 o'clock. The prices will make short work of the lot A very select lot of High Nov elty Silks, reduced from $4 and 5 a yard to $2 a yard this morning. . A special -price lot of Goods in the Cheap Dress Goods Department, Only 00 yards. Very effective, -vrool, Black and White Checks, quite English, for traveling costumes, children's dresses, etc, full 38 inches wide. Reduced from 25c to 12c a yard. How long will 500 yards last here of such a bargain lot? Don't cal culate upon finding them here at 9 o'clock this morning if you want a pattern of these goods. They will be ready for you at 8 o'clock, sharp. Another small lot of fancy stripes, only not quite so wide, at I2c, reduced from 25 c On the same counter, a special lot of double-width Tricots, reduced to 15c These lots are small and can't last long. Something new for the boys a genuine, fine quality, percale waist, well made, perfect fit, assortment of patterns, at 35 cents each or 3 for $1. It's the cheapest waist at the money you ever saw. For traveling dresses MO HAIRS 40 inch, beautiful pure mohair stripes at 25c a yard. Other mohair bargains on the same scale. And for ' travelers a full and choice line of hand satchels at low est prices. Shawl straps, toilet cases, cuff and collar cases (for ladies as well as gentlemen), soaps, toilet waters, steamer rugs, and 101 things look about you when you come in. We can save you money. Forgot to mention a few choice light-weight (Gloria, Mohair and Surah) Traveling Long Wraps, which have been reduced. Great bargains while they last. CANOPIES, 1 25 to $3 50. Extra quality and sizes, HAMMOCKS. 75c toH The best made, latest improvements. Boggs&Buhl, 115, 117, 119. 121 Federal Street, Allegheny. jyll-TTS SALE. SEW ADVERTIriEMKNTS WISDOM'S LOSSES! MARCH, April, May and June have been the "banner" months with us in our business history. Our large store has been taxed for room to meet the trade and do business as we like to do it comfortably. The usual dull months of July and August are here. We're going to turn these into busy ones. Beginning with to-morrow, two gold, silver or paper dollars will do the work of three dollars in the purchase of reliable goods. "We have, as a matter of course, despite our enormous business, actually more goods in our store now than any other dealers of this city have had at any time during the season and our objective point is to sell what we have during July and August The plan laid out has been called "Wisdom's losses. ' You are to take our merchandise aDd we your money. You wouldn't exchange unless we made it an object That we'll do by cutting off dollars. You'll get bargains impossible to obtain elsewhere and we'll make dollars by the use of your money a. fair exchange you'll say of course WAKEN TO THE FACT, OH YE PEOPLE Bargains Impossible of Duplication -ARE OBTAINABLE IN- 0 EVERT DEPARTMENT OF OUR STORE There's no time in the p ast season when our sales have not exceeded the combined sales of any three of the other .large clothing houses in Pittsburg, notwithstanding we have put our truthful statements against exaggerated advertising. We expect this week a flood qf eager buyers for the simple reason that we're bound to keep busy even, if we lose money. The goods we have must be sold at some price; they can't linger around here; not in our store. This is the reason why we make such remarkable offers; give such phenomenal bargains. Our prices for Men's Suits will range from $3 50 to S25, the way stations between these two points being frequent enough to accommodate all kinds of people. Altho' we have not, as in mid-season, 30, 40 or 50 of a kind yet we have enough to suit and fit everybody. You've only got to make up your mind as to the amount you wish to spend to fit you out in proper summer attire to get something to suit you. Bear in mind we've got first mortgage on quality and we strike the key note of popularity by giving the highest satisfaction in fit and style. Orders by Mail Receive Same Attention) as if Brought in Person. Always Send Money it Saves Time Many a poor woman, misled by some high-sounding advertise ments of unscrupulous dealers, pays the penalty of an injudicious purchase by constantly toiling after her hard day's work in order to keep in repair clothing bought for her boy at clothing stores other than ours. We protect all in whatever they buy from us ly guaranteeing absolute satisfaction in wear, no matter what price is paid us. Be advised by us all parents. Come and see how little cash it takes to buy, this week, clothing for your boys relia ble in every way. You with plenty or you with meager filled purses, now's your chance to buy where your money will do almost double duty. Not a single article offered at a low price as a mis "le.ader," but our entire stock is offered at a liberal reduction in prices. Not only are the goods we offer lower in price than can be found elsewhere, but you can depend on the thorough reliabil ity of everything we offer. If we were to utilize a whole page of this paper in speaking of our Boys' and Children's clothing we couldn't say more. HOLIDAYS and VACATIONS HAVE NOW COMMENCED in EARNEST Whether You Will Stay at Home or Go Away for a Brief Period, We Have Lots of Sensible Things for Youa Reduced prices you'll goods: Straw Hats, Light-colored Hats, Crush Hats, White and Fancy Vests, Ladies' Blouses, Boys Shirt Waists, Summer Neckwear, Umbrellas, Trunks, Satchels, Valises, Traveling Bags, find Ladies', Misses' and Children's as many things which are really during the heated term or eo mountains or the lakes. We Dlaved havoc with the prices and nowhere in the whole of this country will you find such grand goods it the- figures we name In this announcement we haven't quoted a single price We'i endeavored to talk plainly to you, ner, have told you the why and wherefore of this sale and ask you believe (and act up to your belief) would-be competitors to undersell us. GUSKY r ,,' "" . -THAT- With Mail Orders;! and Expense. I in all of the following mentioned Thin, Coats, Thin Coats and Vests, Lawn Tennis Suits, Lawn Tennis Coats, Flannel Shirts, Blazers, Belts, " Thin Underwear, " White and Fancy Shirts Hammocks, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Low and Tan Shoes, Low Cut and Outing Shoes, as well"! needful, whether you stay in town to the country, the seashore, the spoken in a reassuring, sensible maml that we never allow any or JO GRAND BARGAIN STORE 300 to 400 Market J77-TCM1 si Vf 1 h Al fcufcS? js&i mssma