3T " I - 5 -. . .,....... iicui invranirunm ' 1
TAST DAYS IN CAMP.
The Eighteenth and Tenth Kegiments
Are Ready to Come Homec
TflEIE AKKUAL OUTING IS OVER,
And Many of Them Are Hot a Whit Sorry
It is Throngh With, Either.
THE LAST DAI IN CAMP A QUIET ONE.
X Battalion Drill and Soma Rifle EiocUuj Amoif the
Last feat nres.
Yesterday was an uneventfnl one in the
is. G. P. camp near TJnionto'sni. The
soldiers all come home to-day.
rSrECIAI. TXLECKAM TO THE DISfATCH.!
Camps O. H. Birr-EY
and J. B. Howell.
Ueab TJnioktown, July
Soon the sound of bugle and trnmpet will
cease to echo and re-echo through the val
leys and the mountains, calling sleepy sol
dier boys from their slumbers. The ma
jority are just beginning to realize what a
pleasant place they have struck, and would
like to stay the 14 days allowed by law. A
few are homesick, though, and others are
beginning to feel the pressnre of business.
About 20 in all broke camp u-day and left
for their respective homes. Captain A. J.
Logan, of .the Eighteenth Regiment, was
about the only officer of the party.
To-day will certainly go on record as the
quietest day of the encampment Visitors
were eTy scarce, with the exception of a
small crowd at dress parade of the Eight
eenth, the last drill of the encampment
LAST BATTALION DEIIX.
The Tenth had battalion drill in the
afternoon, as their final work ot the encamp
ment All the moraine was devoted to
rifle pract.ee in the Tenth. Lieutenant
Critchfield, Inspector of Eifle Practice, se
lected ten of the best marksmen from each
company, and each of the companies did
good shooting except Company C, ot Union
town, the wind getting so high as to make
accuracy impossible. The Eighteenth bad
no rifle practice during the emcampment
In the Tenth shoot, Compnny B, ot New
Brighton, made the highest average grades,
with Company E, of It Pleasant, as a close
second. Lieutenant Critchfield expects to
select hi; regimental team from those se
lected to-day to compete in the shooting at
Mt. Gretna next year.
Several elections were held in the Tenth
last night and to-day. Company C elected
Lieutenant Augendoulcr i irst Lieutenant,
and First Sergeant Gustav Schaaf Second
Lieutenant Company I elected Regimental
Quartermaster Sergeant Thomas Donohue,
Jr., First Lieutenant In Company E,
Private James Harkins was elected Second
Lieutenant Company B elects a first
THE rnOTOGKAPn rEATUBE.
A feature of to-day's work among officers
and privates was that of examining the
almost hundreds of photographs taken dur
ing the encampment. Nearly everybody of
importance has been pbotographed except
Imogene, the huge mastiff owned by Major
Kay. Everybody in camp had their quar
ters preserved on a dry plate and olten as
many times as the group in front of the
The guardhouses of each regiment con
tained a very small aggregate of prisoners
last night The same guard that is on to
day remains all night
The Eighteenth Begiment Band furnished
considerable amusement by mock serenad
ing. They got themselves up as a German
street band, and did there best to wring out
The Clinton House, Uniontown, was the
scene of a gay assembly last night The
officers of the Eighteenth gave an assembly
for some of their Uniontown friends, and
it is safe to say it was
THE BRIGHTEST GATHEBING
of ladies and gentlemen ever seen in Union
town. The whole upper floor, parlors and
dining room was thrown open for their re
ception and beautifully decorated. A guard
of enlisted men from the Eighteenth Regi
ment stood at the doorways, giving the
affair a military appearance. The gentle
men from Uniontown, withont exception.
were in full evening dress and the officers of
the regiment In full uniform. The ladies
were all in elezant evening dress. Mrs.
Chambers' McKibbeu and Colonel Smith
and Mrs. Speer received the guests in the
ladies' parlor. Toe following officers of the
Eighteenth Begiment were present: Col.
Smith, Colonel Butledge, Colonel McKib
ben, Adjutant Reese, Lieutenant A. L.
Pearson, Lieutenant Charles Brown, Lieu
tenant H. F. Davis, Captain "W. H. Davis,
Captain A. J. Logan, Captain J. P. Penny,
Captain William Awl, Lieutenant Horace
Lowrey, Dr. C. C. "Wylie, Dr. W. T. En
glish, Dr. Oscar Brumbach, Major J. C.
Kay. The music was given by ten pieces
of the Eighteenth Begiment Orchestra, and
was said to be the best ever beard at a
AN EIiEGANT SUPPEE
was served at 12 o'clock. The affair broke
up at 2:30 A. v., when the officers took car
riages to camp.
The Eighteenth Begiment gave the fare
well dress parade this evening and had out
all their Uniontown friends. The band
gave its last concert to-night
The Tenth will break camp first in the
morning, and will probably be on their way
home by 10 A. M. The Eighteenth will
leave a little later in the dav and will ar
rive in the city in time to give a parade
along Liberty and Finn avenues.
CHICAGO'S GREEN FIELDS
Held Sacred From the BravrslnfC at Herds
Chicago, July 26. Morris Byan, Dan
iel Beckham, Edward Billstein and Daniel
Byan were until a month ago wealthy dairy
farmers, whose fat milch cows pastured on
the extent ive prairie lands of Jefferson.
TBey are still dairy farmers, but their past
ures and their cows have been annexed to
the city of Chicago and have come under
the provisions ot its municipal code, one
section of which ordains that no one shall
keep a herd of more than three cows within
the city limits.
The farmers failed to appreciate the
majesty of the municipal code and each one
continues pasturing his 40 or SO cows on
valuable Chicago building lots. City Pros
ecutor May got after them for their viola
tions ot the ordinance and they were fined
this morning by a magistrate.
-'!TrE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS
"People cannot hearken too
earnestly to the WARNINGS
already sounded by medical men
against the indiscriminate use of the
ALLEGHENY WATER at this
, "Dr. W. T. English said; 'It
cannot be told how long the water
will be impure; it may be for months'. "
Pittsburg Dispatch, June 4th, 1889.
1 "The purity of APOLZNA
RIS offers the best security against
tlie dangers wu'eh are common to
most of the ordinary drinking
waters." London Medical Record.
OaUGtwrt, DrvgtuU, &tlin. Whl. Claim.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
A New Entfae Home.
The fire department heads have decided,
upon the 'erection of a new engine house in
the Thirteenth ward, near the intersection
of Webster avenue and Thirty-third street
Superintendent Evans and the architect
were out yesterday arranging for the pre
Tsars' Soap secures a beautiful complexion.
HAREMS OF EGYPT y3F&.
Carpenter" letter in to-morrovft Dispatch, in
which he describe the life of the fair prUoners.
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
Kan. ' Beftdsnea.
I Frank Jtetllnjter Shaler town.blp
I Andssetta Braun Pittsburg
(William Betiford Etna borough
Margaret Pas tie Etna borough
5 Henry A. Walker Pittaburg
Jbamuel M. Wllllami Martin's Feny, O.
JLUaS.Jljer HanabeU O.
j George Postormlak McKeesport
I Anna Cnolp . McKeesport
1 Archibald P. Thompson....Sprlnrdale township
(TUUe Danver bprlngdale township
BUCHANAN-PATTERSON On Thurs
day, July 25. 1SS9, at the residence of the bride's
parents on Wylie avenue, J. KKM.Y Buch
anan and Ida M. Patterson, by Bev. J. B.
ATJIiti At the family residence. No. 151
Belter street. East End. on Friday.Jnly 26,1889,
at 8 a. m., Piiebe Ferris, wife of James Anil,
aged 63 years.
Funeral service on Sunday, 2Sth inst., at 3
p. M. Interment private.
BROWN-On Thursday, July 25, 1889, at 7.30,
John P. Brown, aged 61 years.
Funeral from the residence of bis son-in-law,
A L. Brnnn, Bellevne, on SATURDAY, at i p.
K. Friends of the family are respectfully In
vited to attend. Train leaves Pittsburg. Ft
Wayne and Chicago depot, Allegheny, at 3p. m.
CURRAN On Friday. July 36, 18S9. at 8.S0 P.
jr., Maurice James Curran, son-in-law of
Patrick and Ellen Walsh, of Soho, aged 86
years and 6 months. ,
May the Lord hare mercy on his soul.
Funeral from his late residence, Albert street
Soho, on SUNDAY,-8tb inst, at 2 p. It. Friends
of the family and all members of the order A.
O. H., B. of E. are respectfully Invited to at
tend. FORSTER On Thursday, July 25, 18S9, at 7
p. it, Elizabeth Forster, aged 84 years.
Funeral from the residence of her son, John
Forster, No. 32 Locust street Allegheny, on
8UNDAY, July 28, at 130 P. M. Friends of the
family are respectfully Invited to attend. 3
GLASER Mary Angela, daughter of
Jacob H. and Kath. Glaser, aged 10 months 18
Funeral will take place SundAT. 3 o'clock
P. M., from the residence of her parents, 81
Locust street near Magee.
GERWIG At the family residence, 115
Perry street Allegheny, on Thursday, July 25,
1SSD, at 3.15 p. sr., Benjamin F.. son of Henry
and Mary Gerwlg, aged 28 years.
Funeral servides on Saturday ajternoon
at 3 o'clock. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. 2
GTJNNING-On Friday, July 26, 1885. at 10
o'clock A. m., John W., infant son of John W.
and Magpe G. Gunning, aged 3 months.
Funeral Saturday from parents' residence.
207 Rebecca street, Allegheny, Pa., at S o'clock
HITTNEK On Frldav morning. Mrs, Mar.
caret Hittner. wife of lato JohuHitCner
aged 60 years 1 month and 9 days.
Fnneral from residence of her daughter,
Mrs. A. C. Drynan, Sewickley, on Sunday,
July 28, at 2 o'clock. Interment private. 2
KRAMER On Friday. July 26, 1889, at i 45
a. m.. Freddie L.. younzest son of Louis A.
and Emilia Kramer, aged 3 years, 8 months and
Fnneral services on Sunday, July 28, at 2
o'clock P. II., at the house of the parents, CO
Avery street Allegheny City. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend. Inter
ment private. 2
LANE At her residence, Cheswick station.
West Penn Railroad, on Thursday, July 25,
1889. at 3 15 P. M MARGARET W. Lane, wife
of Jefferson Line, in her SOth year.
Funeral services will be held at the Spring
dale Presbyterian Cbnrcb, on Sunday after
noon, at 2.S0 o'clock. Friends ot the family
are respectfully invited to attend. 2
LOXTERMAN At the family residence.
Walnut street, near O'Hara, on Thursday, July
23,1889, at 10.15 p. jr., Frances J-wifobf
Henry Loxterman, aged 29 years and 20 days.
Fnneral services a.t Sacred Heart R.C.
Church, Center avenue, East End.on Sunday,
July 28, at 2 p.m. Friends of the family re
spectfully invited to attend.
MILLER On Friday.Jnly 26.1889,at 420 P.M.,
Henry Christ, son of Christopher and Mary
Miller, aged 7 months and 3 days.
Funeral services at the parents' residence,
136 Forty-fourth street on Sunday, at 2 p.
it. Friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend. 2
MILLER On Friday morning, July 20, 1889,
at 8.30. at his residence, 22 Chartlers street Al
legheny. Pa., Albert, son of Georce and Re
becca Miller, deceased, in the 30th year of his
Funeral services on Sunday afternoon at
2 o'clock. Friends of the family are respect
folly invited to attend. Interment private at a
Beaver papers please copy. 2
McCRACKEN On Thursday, July 25, at the
family residence, Arlington avenue, near
Cologne street. Twenty-seventh ward. W. M.
Mccracken, native of Belfast Ireland, aged
Funeral Saturday at 2 p. sr. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend.
PARKER On Ihnrsday. at 130 p.-m., Sam
uel Parker, in the 60th year of his age.
Funeral from his late residence. No. 197 Jack
son street on Saturday morning at 1030
8TENGER On Friday evening, July 26,1889,
at 825 o'clock, Linda B. Cunningham, wife
of J. W. Stenger, of Mt. Oliver.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
WADE At the residence of Dr. H. M.
Bishop. Brooklyn, N. Y., on Wednesday, July
24, 16S9, Elizabeth Lois (Bessik). beloved
daughter of Cbas. L and Elizabeth A. Wade,
Services at family residence, Edgewood, Sat
urday, July 27, at 4 p.m. Interment private
at a later honr. 3
WILLHIDE-On Friday. July 2a 1889, at 4-40
A. m Morris Ellsworth. Infant son ot
William B. and Annie il. WUlhide, aged 5
months and 10 days.
Fnneral from the family residence, 751 Fifth
avenue, on Saturday at 2 p. m. Friends ot
the family are respectfully Invited to attend.
WILEY On Friday morning, July 28, at 8
o'clocK, Samuel Wiley, in the 22d year of hs
Funeral from late residence corner Mon
terey and Dawson streets, Saturday after
noon at 3 o'clock. Interment private.
WHEELER On Thursday afternoon at 4
o'clock, at his late residence. 41 South Thir
in his 62d year.
Funeral from St Mark's Episcopal Church,
South Eighteenth street on Saturday
AFTERNOON at 3 o'clock.
JAMES ARCHIBALD 4 BRO
LIVERY AND BALE STABLES,
U7, 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below
Smithtield St, next door to Central Hotel.
Carriagesforfunerals,S3. Carriages for operas,
parties, c at the lowest rates. All new car
riages. Telephone communication. myl-U-ns
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Insurance Co. of Xorth America,
Losses adjusted and paid W WILLIAM L
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. 1a20-s2-D
WESTERN IXSVBANCE CO.
NO. 411 WOOD STREET.
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President
fe22-28-Trs WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
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lost Complete Institutions in America.
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N NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 11V BYKKTiaKnmJixa. aavr juiimmtaMia . ,
20 Per Cent
Average reduction has
been made on our en
tire slock of Chinese
and Japanese Straw
Fancy Mattings in
mixed dark colors as
low as $3 per roll of
40 yards, or
. 7c Per Yard.-
33 FSFTH AVENUE 33
SPECIAL BARGAINS AIL OYER
v THE STORE.
This week -we have placed on Gents' counter
a lot of French Balbncean striped Shirts and
Drawers at 75c each, reduced from SI 25 each.
This is a good bargain.
THE PARASOL BARGAINS
oncht most certainly to command your atten
tion. Think of ltt Parasols at SI and 2 each
that sold at two to three times the price. Also
the Sun and Rain Umbrella bargains will at
tract you if you will place yourself in their
YOUNG GENTLEMEN'S TENNIS
Ottoman, Silk and Fancy Striped 'Surab, at
WHITE FLANNEL SHIRTS
baTe not been as rapid sellers this season as
usual, on account, no doubt, of the many
handsome patterns in fancies. We hare de
cided to close out at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
two lines of White Flannel Waists one line of
Men's White Flannel Shirts, Button On and
Blouse Waists, reduced from $2 to f 1 CO, S2 50
Men's White Flannel Shirts from S3 CO to 82.
This is enough for this time.
dl FIFTH AVENUE
It gets you a Silk Pongee
Coat and Vest that give you
equal comfort in clothes with
Thin, light, strong; a
zephyr penetrates it; strong
fingers can't tear it; a drug
gist's scales will weigh it.
Dressy, silk, washable.
It's a luxury and a paying
We have too many to carry
over and too little time now
to sell them without an extra
We make'the pricealmost
Coat and Vest for $5.
Coat and Vest for $5.
Sixth street and Penn avenue.
720 Penn ayenue,
submit a brief
report of a few
from their many
patients for the
Kof peroons simi
Mr. W. stated she had been cronoanced In
curable by some trarellng doctors. Her disease
is one of which many ladles complain. She Is
very much improved in three weeks' treat
ment. Another case ot club-foot, Tery great deform
ity, now being treated without pain said im
proving rapidly. Young lady with catarrh,
bronchi tisandkidney disease; treated by a. num
ber of doctors, but grew worse; gained five
pounds during first month's treatment. Old
centleman with varicose veins and nicer on
right leg cured withont an operation.
consultation tree, unci noun iv v ixau
A.M., 2to6and7to8r. x.
isfto PUREST, IEST "" Ctesnest
Of an DruHbtt, bet beware of ImMatiens.
' Tt imi ef
n- - y m. k'
KZr srt StfT- J
WHITE DRESS SHIRTS, IiAUNDRIED.
The celebrated "Star" Dress Shirts at 1, $1 SO
The famous "Pearl" Dress Shirts at SI 25.
White P. K. Dress Shirts, for evening wear,
UNLAUNDBIED WHITE SHIRTS.
White Anchor Cotton, linen band and bosom,
SOc each, or $2 83 per half dozen.
New York Milts Muslin, linen band and
bosom, reinforced front and back, 75c each, or
3 for $2.
The "Pearl" Unlaundried Shirts good as
ever, $1 each, or 3 for $2 S3.
Plain White Night Shirts at 60c, Oc, 79c and
Fancy Night Shirts at 0c, 69c, 75c. 51, SI 25
Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers at 39c. SOc,
62Ke. 75c, SI, SI 25, 50.' -
Gauze and Merino Shirts and Drawers at 25c,
COc, 76c, 88c, SI and SI SO.
v JEAN DRAWERS.
Pepperel Jean Drawers, buttons and strings,
Pepperel Jean Drawers, with elastic anklets,
Scriven's Jean Drawers, with patent elastic
seam, at SI.
Nainsook Jean Drawers, feather-weight,
The largest stock and bcs styles in the two
cities, at 60c, 73c, SI, SI 60, S2, t3 5j, S3 25, S3 60,
Special 600 dozen Summer Scarfs, Tecks,
Puffs and Four-ln-Hands, at only fie each, or 6
ALSO FULL LINES OF
Gentlemen's Linen Collars and Cuffs.
Gentlemen's Gloves and Hosiery.
Gentlemen's Handkerchiefs, etc
SHAVING MATERIALS. '
The Torrey Razors at COc, 75c, 95c, SI and
tl 25 each.
Joseph Rogers & Sons' Sheffield. Razors at
65c, 85c, 00c and $1 20 each.
The famous Star Safety Razors at SI 60.
Torrey's Razor Strops at 20c, 40c, 60c and
SI 75 each.
Lather Brushes at 25c, 35c SOc and 68c each.
Fine Badger Hair Lather Brushes at $1 25.
China Shaving Mugs at 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75o
and SI each. '
Traveling Shaving Mugs at 23c each.
Shaving Soaps and Toilet Articles.
Fleishman & Co.,
By a thorough knowledge ottbe natural laws
which govern the operations of digestion and
nutrition,and and by a careful application of the
fine propertier of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps
hasproridedour breakfast tables with a deli,
cately flavored beverage which may save us
many heavy doctors' bills. It is by tbe judicious
use of such articles of diet that a constitution
may be gradually built up until strong enough
to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds
of subtle maladies are floating around uj ready
to attack wherever there is a weak point. We
may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping our
selves well fortified with pure blood and a prop
erly nourished frame." Civil Service Gazette.
only in half pound tins by Grocers, labeled thus:
.A. O? IE IDT T S .
O. T. LEVTH. Solicitor nf Patents.
131 Fifth avenue. abOTe ttmithflelitnextLeider
Still' a few lots left in Maplowood Park,
WilMriSburg. Come quick, b efore'they
aroallgono. George S. Martin & Co.,
503 Liberty street. Branch office,
WilMnsburg, opposite station.
. A GREAT SUCCESS, THE MID
You would hardly think it mid-summer trade, judging from the rush
of buyers at our stores. The prices alone will convince you of the
fact In WASH FABRICS we show the most beautiful Ohallis offered
this season at 6c, and large lines of them. Satines, 6c. French
Satines, 18c and 20c. India Linons, 10c and i2jc. Summer Flannels
and White Goods, in large variety and new styles.
SILKS .and WOOL DRESS GOODS. Lots of them, unapproach
able in values. The India' Silks all reduced. The Surah and fancy
weaves all reduced. The Gros Grains are 50c, 65c, 75c and24-hich
fast sellers 95c, $i and $1 25. Imported fancy plaids and stripes at
half their value.
HOUSE FURNISHINGS New Scotch, Irish and German Table
Linens, beautiful qualities, z8d soc and 356 up. The best 50c Cream
J and Bleached Damask eve Aold in
Red Tablings, 18c. soc aadpsc, half
B. & B.
Saturday, July 27.
BEW SILK NECKWEAR,
25c, 60c acd 75c
The largest assortment. -
The lowest prices.
60c, SL SI 25, SI 60 and 82,
You can't match either grade elsewhere by
paying 50c to 75c more,
Extraordinary qualities in our Balbrlggans,
from the 25o ones up.
Going at a great bargain.
Plain and fancy,
60c, 75c, SI and SI 25.
B0GGS & BUHL,
115, 117, 119, 121 Federal St., Allegheny
Handsome, large, level, shaded lots at
Groveland, fronting Ohio river, accessible
by three lines of railway.
Good building property, affording health
ful, cheerful and convenient homes. Large
lots on Benton avenue, Allegheny, at low
prices and on long time.
Choice home locations 13 minutes' ride,
6 cent fare on Central Traction road, ad
joining proposed Herron Hill Park. Lots
30 to 60 feet front. jt20-17-d
Or the Liquor Hibit Positively Cured
by Administering Dr. Hslnes' .
It can be riven in a cup of coffee or tea wlthoat
the knowledge of the person taking it; Is abao
lntelr harmless, and will effect a permanent and
speedy cure, whether the patient Is a moderate
drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of
Drunkards have been made temperate men who
hare taken Uolden Speclflcln their coffee without
their knowledge and to-day believe they quit
drinking from their own free win. IT .NEVER
KALLS. The system once Impregnated with the
Specific, it becomes an otter impossibility for the
liquor appetite to exist. For sale by A. J. Bankln,
Hlxth ana f enn ave.. Pittsburg; E. Holdea & Co.,
S3 E. Federal St., Allegheny. Irado supplied by
eo. A. Kellv & Co . FltUbnrg. !. ae&-M-TTS
STEA91EU8 AND EXCURSIONS.
Sailing every Wednesday from Philadelphia
and Liverpool. Passenger accommodations tor
all classes unsurpassed. Tickets sold to and
from Great Britain and Ireland, Norway, Swe
den, Denmark, etc
PETER WRIGHT & SONS,
General agents, 807 Walnut st, Philadelphia.
Full Information can be had of J. J. MCCOR
MICK, Fourth avenue and Smithfleld street.
LOUIS MOESEB, 616 Smithfleld street.
flUNABD LINE. .
MEW YORK TO LIYERTOOI. VIA QUEENS'
TO WW, 1'BOM l'lEK 49 2IOBTU ElVEli
TAST EXTBESSMAU, BEKVICE.
Auranla, JnlyZ7, SAX IEtruru.Ang.17, 10:30 am
Umbrla, Aug. J, 10 AM (Auranla. Aug. Ulta
Serrla, August 10. 3 r Ml Gallia, Aug. 8.30 A x
Bothnia, Aug. 14, 7:XAxUmbrla. Aug.Jl,8i30 am
Cabin passage. SG0, SO and tlOO; intermediate,
S35. -(Steerage tickets to and from all parts of
Europe at very low rates..
VEU&O.N II. llKOW hi A CO., General Agents,
4 Bowling Green, h!ew York.
J. J. MCCORMICK. Agent.
Fourth ave. and SmlthSeld rU, llttsburg.
To Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin
FROM NEW TORE EVERY THURSDAY.
Cabin passage 135 to sso, according to location
of stateroom. Excursion S6S to 130.
Bteerage to and from Europe at Lowest Bates,
AUbTIN BALDWIM A CO.. General Agents,
5J Broadway, New York.
J. J. MeCORMICK. AgSnt, Pittsburg, Pa.
167 and 169 FEDERAL STREET, ALLJEGHENX PA. '
any market' Fast , colors Turkey
their actual value.
v THIS a
IS THE PRICE AT WHICH
WILL FOR ONE WEEK OFFER
1,200 MEN'S SUITS
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CHEVIOTS.
Sack and frock styles, light and dark colors and all sizes from 33 to 42
inches breast measure. In the early part of this season" Suits in every
way identical with these were sold at $12, $14, $15, $16 and even 18.
You can come in our store and
TAKE TOUR CHOICE FOR $9 99 ONLY
Not "a single suit will be reserved! All, every one of them will go. Mark
you this well: These Suits cannot be .equaled in QUAEITY, ONLY ON
PAPER, for less than $16 anywhere in this city. We were specially
fortunate in obtaining these suits just at the time we did and equally as
fortunate in being able to put them on sale at p. time when our stock
was sc badly broken up.
$9 99 is a Mere Song for Such
Grand Quality Suits
SHOULD AT MAST COME AND SEE THEM.
There'll be no harm done if you don't "buy and whether you come
as a purchaser or as one bent on finding out the truth or otherwise of
such a startling and sensational announcement, you'll be equally wel
come. Now mind you this well: We don't lose a cent on the sale of
these goods, and you can well imagine that we don't make on any one
suit more than would pay for a good breakfast for a hungry tramp. The
truth is we got 'em cheap and are content to sell 'em cheap, being satis
fied to reap whatever value, there is in the advertisement, in being able
to sell at such a wonderfully low price, as our reward.
We must refuse to send any of these suits on approval, as they can't
be spared from the store not even for a few minutes. This destined-to-be
memorable sale is now on and ends Saturday next, but the earlier
you come the better.
iTIRMLY PLANT TH FACT IN YOUR MEMORY
THAT IT IS AT
ONLY YOU CAN
AND THE PRICE
WE NEVER STOP!
The success of our July Clearing Sale has been phenomenal. "We
shall keep on offering bargains in order to maintain the rush, and we
only hope that customers will visit us without delay, as most of the
bargains go off very quickly.
MORE HAT BARGAINS. Finest quality "White Leghorn Hats,
the best shapes for children that have been out this season, at 64 cents
sold illl during the season at 81 50. Finest quality Black Milan Hats,
the 'most stylish and becoming shapes, at 50 cents, sold always at
81 50. More of those well-known Russian Hair Hats, at 62 cents, al
waysp sold at 81 50. And to cap the climax, Ladies' very finest quality
of iilack: Milan Hats, and best shapes only, sold all the way from 81 75
to 92 25, now at 75c,
Two Hosiery Bargains. Ladies' full regular made Balbriggan Hose.
'afclOc a pair, and Ladies' fine Black Silk Hose at 58o a pair.
Block Silk Lace Mitts ldo a pair, reduced from 25o. Black Silk
Lace Aifitts at 20o, reduced from 38c. Black Silk Lace Mitts at 25o
reduce! from 45c. Come quickly for Parasols Our bargain prices are
moving -them very fast Muslin and Cambrio Underwear for Ladies
and Children. A fresh stock for this week's sales and inducements to
all ladies to oease making them at home.
510, 512. 514 MARKET ST. AND 27 FIFTH AVENUE.
P. S. Early dosing at 5 o'clock every evening except Saturdays.
- SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE.
LACE CURTAINS. Always a specialty with us now very tempt
ing values. Good Curtains, three yards long, at 50c; extra 'wide, three
and one-half yards long, at $t, regular price $1 50. Large lines of
patterns, Si 25, gi 50, $2 and up to 5 are specially attractive. Better
grades equally cheap.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS. Fine French Flannel "Shirts, 90c, $1
$1 25, $1 50 and $2, are unsurpassed in value. Flannel Shirts for Men
and Boys, 409 and 50c, in good styles. Neckwear, all Silk, 25c, worth
50c. All the latest style Collars. Fine French Balbriggan Underwear
66c a suit Good Merino Vests, 15c, 20c and 25c. Dress Shirts and
Night Robes remarkably cheap. Unlaundried Shirts, 37c and 50c,
worthy your attention.
REMEMBER, the Jerseys, 50c and 75c; the, fast black Hose, 15c,
2bc and 25c; the Millinery, half 'price; the Muslin ' Underwear for
Ladies and Misses astonishingly low; the bargains in Fans, Parasols and
Big drive in Gloves. '
Mailorders receive prompt attention."'
300 to 400
GET THESE GOODS
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