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PITTSBURG
DISPATCH,
THUESDAY, ATJGTJST 29;
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AGAINST-FBEETBADE.
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"A Lively Tariff Speech to the Grang
ers at Williams Groye.
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-BUILDING JOQKSTOWH BRIDGES.
A Balky Team of Horses Which Created Any
Amount of Trouble.
ALL THJ3 NEWS FEOM BEARBI TOWNS
company is negotiating for an interest in the
Kyle coko plant, south of here, with the in
tention of bmldibg 200 more ovens to supply
their furnaces with coke. The scarcity of
coke, and the recent large purchases by the
Fries Company, is causing the deal.
BE1DGES TO BE BOILT.
rsrr.CJ.SX TK.IORAM TO THK SISr-ATCH.l
Williams Gbove, Pa., August 29.
The broad avenues through the displays of
machinery were taxed to their utmost to
day to permit the passage of the visitors,
and, although they had been well sorinkled,
the feet of thousands soon wore them into a
mass oi blinding dust which settled down
upon the clothing of all. It even seemed to
affect the voices of the 300 fakirs on the
grounds, bnt they cried their wares as lust
ily as usual and tempted the dimes and
quarters from the young men and maidens
who surrounded their stands and were their
most liberal patrons.
Hon. J. H. Brigham, of Ohio, Worthy
Master of the National Grange, delivered
sn address especially directed to farmers,
urging them to organize as all other in
dustrial workers had done. He was followed
by A. J. Devoe, the New Jersey weather
prophet, who explained to the larmers bow
they can forecast the weather and protect
their crops. The liveliest speech of the
week thus far, and the one which attracted
the biggest audience of the week, was the
one this afternoon by Hon. "Victor E. Pio
lett, of Bradford, Pa. The old gentleman
had his dander up at the
FKEE TRADE SPEECH,
as he termed it, which was delivered by
Senator Brown yesterday, and he hurled
great chnnks of protection arguments at
uc neaas oi we larmsrs in we aumcucc
He said he had disliked to break from party
associations in his old days, but he had to
abandon the Democracy and vote for Har
rison when Cleveland and his free trade
iriends tried to ruin the industries of the
country.
He continued: "The effort of the farmer
to maintain his proprietorship and his power
depends upon the success of the Republican L
Jiarty in carrying out tne pledges -in tneir
ast national platform. Farmers everywhere
onht to tand with that political party
which has promised to protect our indus
tries. When Congress meets in December the
farmers intend to remind these gentlemen of
the promises they made at Chicago, and
they expect them to wipe out the internal
revenue system and to enact whatever meas
ures are needed to further protection to our
industries. I ask the farmer to trust Benja
min Harrison. It he proves as faithless and
as false as Sid Cleveland he will meet with
the same fate."
SEST BT BUSK.
The concluding address of the afternoon
was made by Dr. Willets, ex-President of
the Michigan State College, and now Assist
ant Secretary of Agriculture. He was sent
here by Secretary Busk, who is-detained at
the National Encampment at Milwaukee.
Dr. Willets showed the great practical
value of the work of the Agricultural De
partment to the farming interests of the
country, and that the odious name "Pump
kin Seed Department" was not rightly be
stowed upon it. Speaker Boyer and Gover
nor Beaver have written that they will be
here to address to-morrow's meeting.
Two Bots Oat Berrying Discover tbe Body
of Another Victim.
ISFXCIAL TELEOIUM TO TUB DISFATCU.J
Johnstown, August 28. At a special
meeting of the Johnstown borough Council
to-night It was decided to erect the Frank
lin street bridge on the 'old site at once.
Most of the iron lies In the river and can be
used. This bridge gave way to-day under a
heavy loaded wagon and ft serious accident
was narrowly avoided. Council also de
cided to repair the other bridVes and their
action is approved, although, something
should have been done long ago.
Two boys found the body ot a small child
lving in the grass along tbe river near Sang
Hollow to-day, while gathering black
berries. The Morgue employes went down
and brought it up to town, bnt there was
scarcely anything left but the bones, and it
was buried among the unknown dead. The
place where it was found is about four miles
below town and it was, of course, a victim
of the flood.
SERIOUS ALLEGATIONS.
A Husband Charged With Trying to Poison
Bis Entire Family.
ISFZCUI. TXXXOUAM TO Till DISPATCH.!
Beavee Palls, August 28. Mrs. M. J.
Forbes a'ppeared before Justice Piper to-day
and made an information against her hus
band, Isaiah, fur attempting to poison her
and their three children. Sho, alleges he
has made several attempts within the last
two years. Once, she says, he put arsenic
in their coffee, and it was only by the most
strenuous efforts of the physician that their
lives were saved.
At another time he put a poisonous pow-
aerin tneir iooa, wnicn iney ate, ana again
a physician had great trouble in saving
their lives. She is afraid he will yet suc
ceed in his evil designs. The man was
arrested and is now in the lock-up. He
denies the whole affair, and claims that his
wife does not love him and is taking this
plan to get rid of him.
COT TO PIECES.
Varna Over Poor Lloyd Will-
lameoo'e "Body,
Lloyd Williamson, 'a brakeman employed
at Oliver's mill, Allegheny, fell from a car
at 6 o'clock last evening. Three cars passed
over bin, cutting him into pieces. He was
a young married man, and lived in a shanty
boat anchored in the Ohio river near the
mill. Tbe Coroner was notified, and will
hold an inquest to-day.
Prompt Faymeat of a Policy.
PlTXSBOBO, August 28, 1889.
Mr. James C Blggert. General At-ent Fenn Mu
tual Life Insurance Company, Ho. Ill iourtn
avenue,
Deae Snt I beg to acknowledge re
ceipt of the Penn Mutual Life Insurance
Company's check for $5,000,in full payment
of policy No. 6,217 on the life of my late
husband, John T. Natcher.
Mr. Natcher died on Friday, the 23d in
stant Proofs of his death were forwarded
to the companvon.the 20th, and the com
pany's check fs dated the 27th.
Such prompt payment is especially grati
fying to me, and for your kindness in this
matter please accept for yourself and officers
of the "Penn" my heartfelt thanks.
Yours respectfully,
Anna L.'Natcheb.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
EXTEAORDINART
REDUCTION
-IN-
CARPETS.
NKW ADVERTISEMENT
The Exposition Opening.
The Exposition will open next week and
your friends and relations from all over the
country will be in to see you. Don't bother
with the baking at such a time; get Marvin's
bread, crackers and cakes and be happy.
TT8SH
Cabinet photos, 89o per doz.
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st.
Lies Pop-
TTSU
THE PITTSBDKG SYNOD
A CHAPTER OP ACCIDENT.
It Did Not Pay to Start a Fire Under a Balky
Team.
ttrrCXIL TXXXGBAX TO THE PISrATCH.1
Beaver Falls, August 28. Yesterday
.-Farmer Nichols, who lives near Raylton.
aw miles,.from here, took a novel way to J
tarV. team ot Daley bones. He wo haul
ing In a heavy load of oats from his fields
when ihe horses balked. After every effort
had been made to start them without suc
cess, he kindled a fire under them, when
they started, pulled the wagon over the fire,
and tbe fire communicated to tbe oats, the
whole load in a few minutes being a mass of
flames.
The horses grew frantic with the heat and
dashed for the barnyard, throwing the driver
from his seat. The wagon passed over one
of his feet and seriously injured him. The
irantic animals then ran into the barnvard
and set fire to several stacks of oats, and in
an incredible short time Farmer Nichols
was mourning the loss of his entire crop.
The wagon was completely destroyed, noth
ing remaining but the iron.
Of the Evangelical Lutheran Church In 8e.
Ion at Erie.
ISrZCUI. TELXOBaV TO THI DISrATCII.3
Erie, Pa., August 28. The Forty
seventh Annual Convention of the Pitts
burg Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran
Church opened here to-day with 150 clergy
men and about the same number of lay
delegates. Kev. Dr. "Winkleman, of Green
ville, Pa., was President of the Synod and
preached the synodical sermon. After the
sermon and the administration of the sacra
ment tbe Synod went into executive session.
The officers elected for the ensuing year
are as follows : English Secretary, Bev. J.
A. Winkleman, of Greenville; German Sec
retary, Kev. J. L Waters, of Chartiers:
President, Eev. A. B. Graepp, of Bidge-
wuy; j-reasurer, j. a. jaujerer, jflttsburg.
The Synod will last a week. It cpveri half
of Pennsylvania and has 6,000 souls.
BInrr!ng-e Iilcensea Granted Yesterday.
Kama. Besldenee,
(Joseph Stark i l'lttsbsrg
1 Helen Uedeon .....l'lttaburjc
(John McCormlek , lirldeeTlllo
(Anna Sweeney Flnleyvllle
5 Edward JTeldler FltUbnrg
i Margaret D, Gallagher. ....Ucltznoorer borough
I William H, Wetscman Ems-worth
) Minnie M. Neely Emsworth
J James E. Smith Dei Moines. la.
Lizzie F. Alnsworth., CharUerj township
J I'cter Gorhara ..llraddock
(Kate Connally Braddock
I Barry E C"lne Lcechburjr
I Anns M. Small Leeehbnrg
j Prank L. Geager. Pittsburg
(Clara UUteremann Pittsburg
(Joseph Waisweller Pittsburg
1 Catharine Ilaubert Allegheny
James Nicholson 77. Allegheny
Elizabeth Moore. Allegheny
5 William Jenkins.... Pittsburg
J Lou Ji. Matthews. Plttsbcrg
I Jesse W. Griffey Pittsburg
(Hallle A. Scbroyer. Pittsburg
Joseph Jones Braddock township
Fannie Plnmmer. Wilklns township
(Francis J. Longdoa Plttsbnrg
JUlrdella Morton Pittsburg
--
HARMED.
ECKERT BOEDER At the residence of
tbe bride's parents. 259 Lacook street, Alle
gheny, Pa.. CHABLZ8 Eckkkt, of Allegheny,
Pa, and Hanna Boedeb, by tbe Bev. W.
Bchaefer.
A YEET NAKK0W ESCAPE.
Tbe Blooded Stock at Yoangstowa Nearly
Burned to Death.
rgrxcux txxxgbui to tile dibfatch.
Youngstown, August 28. A workman
carelessly throwing a lighted match into a
pile of straw set fire to four barns contain
ing 200 stalls, filled with rnnning and trot
ting horses on the grounds of the Mahoning
and Sbenango Valley Fair Association this
afternoon, and the barns were entirely de
stroyed. Only one horse was burned. The
loss was $5,000, partly insured.
Five hundred carpenters will wort night
and day and the barns will be completed by
Monday next when -the fair xpens.
evening, Aucnst
SIXTY IEAES MARRIED.
A Worthy Rochester Couple Celebrate
Their Weddlns Anniversary.
rsrxcui, TU.roB.ax to thx DisrxTcn.i
Bochestee, Pa., August 28. Dr.
Thomas J. Chandler and wile Eliza, to-day
celebrated the sixtieth anniversary of their
wedding at their home here, surrounded by
three generations, of which they are the
respected head. Dr. Chandler was born
in Bedford county, this State, August 17,
1807, hence his age is 83 years. He came to
this county in 1834 and located in Eochester
in 184G, where ho has resided ever since.
The doctor followed his profession of dentis
try for almost half a century, retiring in
1883 owing to the failure of his sight. He
has been ticket agent at West Eochester, on
tbe Fort Wayne road, better known as
Chandler's station, for about 40 vears.
On August 28, 1820, he was "married to
Eliza J. Sherman, who was born in Phila
delphia, May 10, 1810. Mrs. Chandler en
joys comparatively good health. Twelve
children blessed the union of the happy
couple. The occasion passed off pleasantly.
TOGETHER 0XCE MORE.
The Old Boatmen or tbe Pennsylvania Canal
Will Bold a Reaoloo.
isrzciAi. TZLxanax Tu tub disfatcii.i
Apollo. August 28. The annual re
union of the Old Boatmen of the Pennsyl
vania Canal will be held in this place on
Thursday, September 19. The original
date was September 12, but the committee
in charge made the change in order to avoid
conflicting dates that would have materinllv
affected the attendance. About 250 visiting
boatmen1 are expected to be present
The Opera House, which will seat 800, has
been engaged for the day, and will be the
official headquarters of the reunion. "A free
dinner will be served to the visiting boat
men and their wivei in one of tbe halls ot
town, and every arrangement made to in
sure a gcoa time to an in attendance.
INDIAN SKELETONS FOUND.
A Pittsburg Contractor Slakes a BIscovery
In an Excavation.
rSFZCIAb TXLXOBAM TO THE DISPATCH. I
Zanesville, August 28. At Cedar Bun
stone quarry, a lew miles south of this city,
to-day, Frank L. Jolly, one of the Pittsburg
firm who have the contract for the construc
tion! of the lock at Tavlorsville, on the
Muskingum river, found "three skeletons 25
feet below the surface of the ground in a
crevice of the rock. Thev were quite well
preserved. It is supposed that they are
skeletons of Indians. .
No Show for Gofl".
rsreexu. txlxobav to thx dispatch.
Tebba Alta, W. Va., August 28. The
Gubernatorial Committee to-day renewed
the consideration of the Mercer connty vote
and threw out 78 votes cast lor General
Go V
Baa Away With a Circus.
Mrs. Smiley, a widow, who lives at No.
159 Second avenue, called at Inspector Mcx
Kelvey's office yesterday. She said that
lietU3-year-old son, Elmer, who had been in
the Newsboys' Home on Old avenue, had
run away with a circus which left town last
Saturday. She could not give the name of
the circus nor its present location, and she
was instructed to secure further infnrm.-
tion.
Hrld Tor Embezzlement.
Hugh Achinson, of McKee'a Bocks, was
held for court yesterday on a charge of em
bezzlement. The information was made
before 'Squire Mile Bryan, of McKee's
Bocks, by William C. Knock.
DIED.
BAUEB On Wednesday
23. 18S9. at 6 o'clock, OHAKI.ES FjtANCIS.
son of Paul and Ellis Bauer, aged 3 years, 2
months and 2 days.
Funeral from residence of his parents. No.
435 Beaver avenue. Allegheny, Fbidat at 2
o'clock p. jr. Friends of tbe family are respect
fully invited to attend. 2
COATES On Wednesday, August 28, at 830
A. M., Fkauk. weed 21 years and 7 months, son
of Thomas and Elizabeth Coatea.
Funeral services from residence of parents,
1229 Penn vvenne, Fbidat, August SO, at 2
F. M. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend.
ERNEST On Monday, August 26, at mid
night, Thomas Eenest, In his 77th year.
. Funeral from his late residence, No. 212 Ban
dualcy street, Allegheny, on Tutjksdat, Au
gust 29. at 2 o'clock f. x. Friends of the fam
ily respectfully in ri ted to attend.
Steubenville and Wheeling papers please
copy. 2
EABP8 On Tuesday. August 27. 18S9, at 7:20
r. ST., at hU residence. No. 218 Laeock street.
Aiiegneny, nissi abfs, in tne TOtn year of
bis age. 7
Funeral on Fbidat, August SO, at 130 o'clock
P.M.
To make room for new fall
stock we are compelled to
sacrifice last season's patterns
at extremely low prices.
We will therefore offer the
following extraordinary bar
gains, viz:
cents for quality of Body
Brussels whose regular
price with all dealers
has been $i.
cents and (M 1 H
for Bigelow, Hartford
and other best makes of
Body Brussels whose
regular price has been
from $i 25 to $i 50.
Wilton Carpets (M JH
per yard. Cp X lU
, English, Bigelow, Hartford
and other best makes of Wil
ton Carpets at (JO reduced
from $2 5a tyUj
77
95
MEW ADTEKTI8EHXNTS.
NOTIONS
-AND-
SMALL WARES.
OJcClintock&Co.
33 FIFTH AVENUE.
anl0-TT3
A Rolling Mill to bo Operated Again.
JRrZCIAt. TZLEOBAIC 10 th DisrATcn.1
Bbownsviixe, Pa., August 28. The
old Snowden rolling miU property was pur
chased by a company composed of Pitts
burg and Brownsville capitalists. The
mill will immediately be repaired and re
modeled, and operations commenced as
soon as practicable. There is a rumor of
more capital being added and a glass factory
started in connection with the rolling mill.
A New Glaai Plant In Prospect.
rsrzciAi. txxzobah to thz msrATcs.1
Wheeling, August 28. A number of
practical glassworkers, not discouraged by
tbe unsatisfactory condition of the glass
trade, have organized a company, and will
erect a plant at Windsor station, about four
miles north of this city. They will manu
facture specialties. All but $5,000 of the
rtoct has been taken.
la Oppoaltioa 10 Frlck.
nrrciAL tzucobax to thz cisrATcn.!
Vmosrowv, August 28. It was learned
this evening that a large Eastern furnace J
D0NSUMPT10N,
IK its first stages, can be successfully
checked by the prompt use of Ayort
Cherry Pectoral. Even in the later
periods of that disease, the cough is
wonder! ally relieved by this medicine.
"I have used Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
with tho best effect in my practice.
This wonderful preparation once saved
my life. I had s constant cough, night
sweats, was greatly reduced in flesh,
and given up by my physician. Ono
bottle and a half of the Pectoral cured
rac." A. J. Eidson, M. D., Middleton,
Tennessee.
" Several years ago I was severely ill.
The doctors said I was in consumption,
end that they could do nothing for me,
but advised me, as a last resort, to try
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. After taking
this medicine two or three months I
was cured, and my health remains good
to tbo present day." James Birchkrd,
Darien, Conn.
" Several years ago, on a passage homo
from California, by water, I contracted
so severe a cold that for some days I
was confined to my state-room, and a
Shysician on board considered ipy life
1 danger. Happening to have a bottle
of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, I used it
freely, and my lungs were soon restored
to a healthy condition. Since then I
have invariably recommended this prep
aration." J. B. Chandler, Junction, Va.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
miPAExn xt
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
BoldbyallDracTuUs. rricel;sIzbottles,(9.
1S&V,
the
Funeral from her late residence, 457 Fifth
avenue, on Fbidat morning, the 30th Inst, at
80 -o'clock. Services at St. Paul's Cathedral
at 9 o'clock. Interment private. 2
HAYES On Tuesdav. August 27, at 2.30 P.
X., at his residence, 47 Linton street. John B.
Hates, father of the Bev. W. F. Hayes, in his
78th year.
Funeral ou Tituksdat at 9 o'clock. High
mass will ba held at St Bridget's Thurch.
Friends ot tbe family are respectfully Invited
to attend.
HENBY On Wednesday. August 28, 1889, at
1:40 P. JL. at the residence of her son in-law,
corner Atwood and Bates streets, MBS. ELIZA
BETH Heney, aged 72 years.
Funeral Fbidat at 230 r. v. Friends of the
family are respectfully Invited to attend. 2
HOHN On Wednesday, August 28. at 9.45
a. is., rauiKLis u., son 01 jacoD and fanau
Hohn, aged 21 years, 8 months and 7 days.
Funeral from the residence of parents, 113
Ward street, Allegheny, on Fbidat, 2 T, M. In
terment private. 2
Greensbufgtnd West Newton papers please
copy.
MUBBAY August 28, Matixda Woods,
wife ot D. K. Murray, in the 47th year ot ber
age.
Funaral from ber late residence, Hampton
township. Elflnwild station. P. 4 W. B. B..
Fbidat, August SO, at 1 o'clock p. m. 2
NOBLE On Tuesday, August 27, at 10.30 p
il, James, husband of Martha Noble. In bis
euia year.
FiAeral from his late residence. No. 1 Coach
alley. Thubsdat, August 29, at 10 A. jr.
Friends of tbe family are respectfully invited
to attend.
QUABTZ On Wednesday, August 23, 1889,
at 3 o'clock P. M., JIabt, widow of James
Quartz, in ber 83th year.
Fnneral from tbe residence of ber son-in-law,
W. F. Armstrong, 202 Locust street, Alle
gheny City, on Fbidat, August SO, 1889. at 2
p. M. Friends of the family are respectfully
Invited to attend. 2
THAW In Paris, France, August 17, 1889.
William Thaw. ,
Funeral services will be held at the Third
Presbyterian Church, Sixth avenue, on Fbi
dat, August 30, 1889, at 2.30 P. X. Interment
private at a later hour. Friends are requested
not to send flowers.
WILLIAMB On Wednesday, Aueust 28.
1889. at5A.lL, Mart J, widow ot David J.
Williams, in ber 89th year.
Funeral from ber late residence, Herron and
Wylie avenues, Fbidat aftebnoos at 2
o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully
Invited to attend. Carriages win leave J. H.
Skelton's office at 1 p. n. 2
WEBNEBT On Wednesday. August 28, at
2"P. H., Lawbesce Webnebt, aged 24 yean
and 6 months.
Funeral from the residence of. his sister, No.
S Middle street, on Fbidat mobmnq at 9
o'clock, to which all friends of the family are
respectfully Invited. Interment private.
JAMES ABCHIBALD A BRO..
L1VEBY AND HALE STABLES,
B7, 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below
Bmithllcld st next door to Central Hm.i
Carriages for funerals,SX Carjiagesforoperas.
parties, &c at the lowest rates. All new car
riages. Telephone communication, myl-llrs
SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES
On surplus stock of large sizes in
BOYS' SHIRTS WAISTS,
from 8 to 14 years. SI ones at 75c; SI 25 and
SI 40 French ones at 91.
Novelties in Hosiery Department.
NEW COLORS. Bussets and Tans, to match
Shoes, also Old Boe and .Mahogany shades. In
Cotton. Richelieu Bib, 60 cents; Plain Lisle, 75c.
and Brop-stltch Bilk at SI 50.
Novelties in Lape Department.
Oulpure de Genes in White and Cream.
Patent Point and Oriental Laces. New pat
terns in Poinu Known as tbe VAN DYKE,
from 2 to 19 inches some of these are beauti
ful for lamp shades.
See the newest thinrs in DraEtrrniRTC
RUCHINGS, In Swiss Mull and Lace, Black
and White. 25c to si 60 per yard.
New patterns la Llcse and Gauze Buchincs,
flat and fancy patterns.
TOUB1ST BTJCHlNGS.6yard pieces, plain
uu uw,o cu&c, 40V y" piece auu up.
New Hemstitch Embroideries, 22 Inches
wide, with narrow to match.
New patterns Fleured Swiss for Bash Cur
tains, plain and scalloped edges.
Extra, values in Ladles' LINEN HAND
KERCHIEFS, Block and Embroidered Bord
ers, at2 for 25c, 25c and 60c each, and finer
grades as well. .
IN TRIMMING DEPARTMENT-
New Black Knitted Silk Fringes, from 3 to 9
Inches wide.
Fancy Cord and Knot Fringe, 3 to 40 inch
widths.
Onr New Trimmings are coming In right
along now. from day to day. Give us a call
when you want the choicest things In this line.
Orders by mall mil have our best attention.
Silk Flannel Binding, 5c a yard.
Linen Bobbin, 5c a piece.
Bone Buttons, 1 8c and soc a gross.
Corset Steels, 8c, 10c and isc.
Basting Cotton, 500 yards, 5c a spool.
Darning Cotton, C B. French's, 4c a ball.
Darning Cotton, ic a card.
Pin Cushions, Tomatoes, $c and soc
Darns, egg shape, 5c and 10c.
Darners' Darns, with handle, 10c and 15c
Cotton Elastic, 4c, 5c, 6c and 7c.
Spiral Garters, 16c
Hose Supporters, 13c. 15c and aoc.
Hose Supporters, with belt, 35c and 43c.
Silk Watch Guards, 10c and 15c.
Hair Pins, sc a paper.
Hooks and Eyes, patent, 4c and cc a doz.
Military Hooks, 4c a dozen.
Initial Letters, 14c a gross.
Linen Corset Laces, 4c each.
Cotton Corset Laces, ic each.
American Pins, 5c a paper.
English Pint, ioc a paper.
Mourning Pins, 4c a paper.
Safety Pins, Clinton, No. 1, 7c; No. a,
oc; No. 3, 9c a dozen.
Shawl Pins, 3c a dozen.
Mourning Pins, 5c a dozen.
Dress Shields, 12c to 40c a pair.
Tape Measures, 5c each.
Linen Thread, 8c a spool.
Carpet Thread, 4c a skein.
Tracing Wheels, 8c.
Dress Weights, 5c and 7c a dozen.
Spool Holders, ioc
Steel Combs, 19c
Straw Belts, 35a
Hair Curlers, 18c.
Electric Curlers, ale
Whalebones, 7, 8, 9, xo inches, ioc a doz.
Turney'a English Pin Book, 12c.
Ladies' Spool Holder, ioc.
Duplex Hair Crimpers, 4c a pair.
CLOSING OUT
onr stock of Eureka, 100 yards. Standard Spool
8111c. 7c a spool. Superior, 10 yards, button
hole twist, lc a spool. Eureka, 10 yards, but
ton hole twist, 2 spools for 3c.
Wo shall In future carry but one kind of
spool silk and twist "Heminway's." That
manufactured by .M. Heminway Son's Silk
Co. of Watertown, Conn., bas a world-wide
reputation for smoothness of thread, full
measure and purity of dye. We warrant everr
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IUW O Cllft
B. & B.
Thtjbsday, Angnst 29.
iKXW ADTJTKTISEMEnH.
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ill
02sT ZETVEERTZ" T)-&.1
THBEE (3) DAYB
Of Grand Bargain opportunities.
. (Beginning this morning.)
Not remnant days, really, bnt the prices
yon will find here.
ay). FBIDAY AND
SATUBDAY
Put to shame any remnant day prices you
ever beard of.
A few more days only in which to secure
these extraordinary summer bargains
Becauso
Everything must go within a very short
time to clear onr shelves and counters
for oar
GBND FAT.Ti OPENING.
A very few items:
Choice 4-4 Satines (for comforts), 6Jc and 10c
Nice double-width Challls. 6c
12o Dress Ginghams at 6c
X Wool Challis (25e quality), 12Kc
40c and 60o Imported Ginghams, 15c
80 prints at 5c,
And Dress Goods now is the time.
Come to-day (Thursday), Friday and Saturday.
B0GGS & BUHL,
115, 117, 119, 121 Federal st.,AI!egheny.
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THIS "WEEK
GUSKY'S
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GRAND ANNUAL FALL SALE
-OT-
BOYS' SCHOOL CLOTHING.
CLOTHJNG- FOR SCHOOL WEAR. v -,
SHIRT "WAISTS-FOR SCHOOL WEAR.' '
HATS FOR SCHOOL WEAR.
SHOES FOR SCHOOL WEAR. -
HOSE FOR SCHOOL WEAR.
SPECIAL SALE
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spool of Heminway's sill
faction or monv for s
All the new season shades constantly on hand.
to frfvn nrf satis
faction or money for same will be refunded.
Fleishman & Co.,
PITTSBURG, PA.
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HORNE & WARD,
4:1 FIFTH AVENUE.
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"A TIN ROOF." b
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MERCHANT & CO., -Fhllada.,
New York, Chicago, London
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JAS. MNETL & BRO,
B0ILER3,
PATENT
SHEET-IKON
ANNEALING
PLATE AND
WORK.
SHEET IRON
BOXES.
With an Increased capacity and hydraullo
machinery we are prepared to furnish all work
in our line cheaper and better than by the old
methods. Repairing and general machine
work. Twenty-ninth street and Allegheny Val.
lev Railroad. fe5-65-rrs
We'll Make the
Clothing Better
than Talk.
BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA,
150 CUPS FOB SI.
CHOICEST, PUREST. BB8T. TBr IT.-
-
T EPBESENTEli IN PITTSBURG IN lotl
ASSSTS . Z3fm,tBB&
Insurance Co. of North America,
louts adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-D
WESTERN INSURANCE CO.
OF PITX8BURG.
Assets M48.50167
NO. 4U WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NISflCK. President.
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President
fc22-26-TT8 WAI. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
Fuss and fume are poor
things to build up'business.
The genuine appreciation
of our new store and sub
stantial clothing is the marker
for us, and how the people
respond.
We haven' a net to gather
in good and bad and offer
both to you for what they'll
fetch: it's our own reliable
make of goods that we have
set out to sell; that you may
be sure about for quality and
price and buy with absolute
confidence.
Besides our excellent ready
made, about i,coo styles of
goods to select from, and
have clothing made to meas
ure; we'll arrant first-class
skill and taste.
Wanamaker
'& Brown,
Sixlb street and Fenn avenue.
PRUN KEN NESS
Or the Liquor Habit Posiiively Cured
by Administering Dr. Haines'
Golden Specific.
It can be gtren maenpor cosee or tu without
t Knowieaxe oi me person UKinfr it: is abso
ely harmless, and will effect a permanent and
tedj cure, whether the patient Is a moderate
the knowledge of the person taking It: Is abso-
Irinker or an alcohollo wreck. Thousands of
urannnu nave neen maao temperate men who
hare taken Golden Specific In their coflee without
their knowledge and to-d&r believe thev quit
drinking from their own free will. IT .NEVER
Intel;
drli
VAllJi. The system once impregnated with the
specific. It Becomes in otter Impossibility for the
liquor appetite to exist. For sale bv A. J. Bankin.
S3 E. federal St., Allegheny. Trade supplied br
)eo. A. Xellv & Co.. Pittsburg. Pa. oeJJ-48-rTS
P
ATB3STTS
O. D. LEVIS. Bollcltor of Patents.
131 Fifth avenue, above Hmithfleld, next Leader
office. (No delay.) Established 20 vears.
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BLACK STOCKINETTE
ffllMTS.
We offer for
a few days
180 fine black
tailor - made
Newmarkets,
made of fine
fra all-wool
jj Stockinette at
$9.75
each, A real
$20 article.
By paying a
small sum
down you can
secure one
now, as we will keep it for
you until November i free of
charge. They will go quick
ly. Come soon. On the same
conditions we offer:
4
100 Real Seal Plush Sacques
at $16 50.
100 Fine Real Seal Plush
Sacques at $19 75.
You can save from 86 to 88 on
these by purchasing now.
More New Belts just reoelved.
More Ne-w Chatelaine Bass.
Mpre Velvet Bibbons, all colors."
More New Fall Hats.
More Fast Black Hosiery, at low
est prices in the city.
OUR COUNTERS ARE FAIRLY GROANING
-UNDER THE WEIGHT OF-
JtJjfflJ
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NEWEST FASHIONS! NEWEST STYLES! NEWEST GOODS!
Next Saturday close-; the summer vacation for the school boy, and
as a matter of course, school garments will be in great demand this
week, and it is to supply this great demand that we point out to all who
have boys to clothe that
EVERT DAY THIS WEEK WE STTAT.T. 'OFFER
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Furnishing Goods
Footwear for School Boys,
At Prices Which Will Stand Out Boldly as a Monument to Our
Untiring Energy and Determination to Distance ,l
::: All Competition. :::
A more elaborate display of goods; greater excellence in workman
ship; of such superiority of material; or so extraordinarily low in price,
never were shown in this wide, wide world, than what can be found
right here at our mammoth establishment.
ALL THE LATEST IMPROVEMENTS
That will please parents and will tickle the lads are here in abundance. "
We invite everyone interested in purchasing Boys' and Children's Goods
to come on a visit of inspection any day this week. 4 We promise to
show
Values Surpassing All Expectation.
Values Eclipsing All Competition. , .
ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
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GUSKY'S
300 to 400
Market street.
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FTTTSBURGi PA.
SPECIALTIES:
20,000 GRADUATES. Bookkeeping, Shorthand,
The best accommodations. Type-Writingr, Coml Arthmetio,
The best methods. The best results Penmanship.
Send lor Circulars. Address J. C. SMITH'S SON".
Night School Opens Monday, September 30.
anl5-79-TTS
WKra
RIO to 514 Market street
and 27 Fifth avenue.
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"WS- Tjm.e3 Se;p-b- -w. S.
Win. Semple:s,
165, 167 and 169 FEDERAL STREET,
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Double Barrel 'Muzzle
Loaders,
Bar Locks, Patent Breeeb,
same as cat, ML
Doable Barrel Breech Load
ers, $7 and up.
Flobert Rifles, $2 up.
LoaUerl Shells, 93 per 100.
Loadine Tools. 50c; and all
other Roods In proportion.
BL SnEET, 934 Liberty St, Cor. Smithfield.
Send for oar Mammoth Catalogoe and Price List free of charge- an2STT8Sn
0TlrtM W. I Douglss' name andTthe price are stamped on the bottom ot all
rJ I IVIM Shoes advertised byblm before tearing his factory; this protects the
wearers against high prices and inferior goods. If your dealer does-not ieep the stjle or kind
you want, or offers you shoes without W. L. Douglas' name and price stamped on them, and sayt
they are just as Rood, do not be deceircd thereby, bet send direct to the Factory, for you can ett
wuatyou want by return mal', postage paid. Scalers make more profit on unknown shoes that
are not warranted by anybody; therefore du not be Induced to buy shoes that hare no reputation.
Buy only those tbathareW.L. Douglas' name and the price stamped on tbe bottom, and you'
are sure to get full value for your money. Thousands of dollars are cared annually la this coun
try by the carers of W. L. Douglas Shoes. In ordering by mall state uhetber you want Con-
gress. Button or Lace, London cap toe, plain French toe. or narrow cap t oe. and be sure to giro
joos mat u not aeiormeo,
I fraarantRA & fir nramnc
tlon or money refunded npon return of the shoes in good condition
size and width Ton wear. I can fit any
rarlety of widths, sizes and half sizes. I guarantee aflr. prom;
oot that is not deformed, as my shoes aro made in great
oeirreryana perxect satuiao-
TEETH, $5, $f3, $10.
Gold fillings from $1 no.
eilver, 75c; white alloy, I.
Gold Crowns a specialty.
Amalgar;, 60c;
DR. J. M. McCLABEN,
I' .. CoraerfimIttfleIdd Fourth TBhe.
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Do You Know It?
To perfect a cure, youmustremore tho cause.
WINCHESTER'S HYPOPHOSPHITE OF
LIME AND SODA supplies the system with Oxl
dizable Phosphorus, tbo deficiency of nbjcli Is
the proximate cause of Consumption.) For
Coughs, Bronchitis, Weak Lungs, Nioht
Sweats, and all Throat Diseases, It Is an Sn
equaled remedy. Hold by Druggists, ll per
bottle. Recommended by pbvMciaWi Bead
for circular. WINCHESTER icoTchMBllU.
1 William Street, New Yoxfc " 'T'
tyaiv-XTOaww
Many changes in all departments, to be inaugurated September i,
compel us to covet room already occupied. The advance arrivals of
early Fall Goods assist us in no way to get it Can we have outside
aid, giving marvelpusly tempting bargains in exchange for" the coveted
room? As for example, prices good thisweek only, we offer a
GLITTERING ARRAY OF BARGAINS:
All worth one-half to double the money. 20 pieces fine Challis, 3c to
6c a yard this week. 10 pieces extra wide India "Linens, 8c this week
15 pieces American Satines, 6c this week. 10 pieces French Satines
iajc this week. 50 pieces American Dress Ginghams, 5, 6 and 8yic
this week. 50 pieces fast color Batistes, 6c this week.
SILKS AND DRESS GOODS.
Black and colored Surahs, extra quality 50c this week. Black Gros
Grains, special values, 50c up this week. 24,-inch Black Gros Grains,
90c; superior values, $1 and $1 25 this week, 1 pile 40-inch light col
ored all-wool Suitings, I2jc this week. 1 pile 40-inch light and dark
colors, 22c, are 50c goods, x pile 42-inch Grays, 25c, always sold a
60c. All imported Dress Fabrics, etc, proportionately low this" week.
NEED THE MOST ROOM HERE.
1 pile black Stockinette Jackets, $2 25 this week. 1 pileicoloredt
Cloth Jackets, 98c this week. 100 Jerseys, 50, 60 and 75c this week.
50 Children's Suits, 4 to 12 years, for fall and winter wear, J?i, $2, $3, $4,
half value. And many others, too numerous to mention.
A cailn solicited, wnether to purchase or merely lo examine Prompt and
wuncuus auciuion asurea. ine prices are not Dcautilul lor us to look on, but
the'll acll the good and our wagons' trill give u tbe room our goods occupied.
Mail order at theso price good, onl.r this week.. Special All-wool Country
Blanket, fall sJw, scarlet and .white, ?3terTak- Never equaled.
HBlssjS :prv j9 at
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W.
$3
w.
I DOUGLAS. Brocklon, Msss.
L. DOUGLAS
ounc- for
O n J C GENTLEMEN.
safine seamless cslf shoe, with Gondola tops sad
Oak Leatbar bottoms. They are made ia Congrats. "
Button aad Lace, on London. Cap Tex, Narrow Cap
Toa, sod Plain French Tee Lasts, in sixes from 5 to
L including half sixes and in all widths. Ifyaahave
been paying from SS to $8 for sheas of this quality
do not do so longer. One pair will wear as long at
two pairs of common shoes sold by daalsrs that are
not warranted by the manufacturer.
Our claims for this shoe oter all other S3 sheet
advertised art:
1st. It contains bailer material.
2d. It is more stylish, better filling and durable,
3d.' It graas better general satisfaction.
4th. II costs mare money to make.
5th. It saves more money for tbe consumer.
Bth. Histoid bymorodealersthroughoatihtU.S.
7th. Its grest success Is due to merit.
8tb, It cannot be duplicated by say other mass
facta rer.
8th. It is the bait in the world, aad hat a larger demiad than any other S3 tho advertised.
S5.00Q will be paid to any person who will prove tho above statement to be untrue. The foU
wmg unoi win lit ivihh iv av .1 uv oarav iMiivr uuinnsti
GENUINE HAND.SEWED. itMcb takes tbe place of cnitom-made shoes
tuat cost from SI to S.
THE ORIGINAL ANO ONLY HAND-SEWED WELT S4 SHOE.
enstom made sboes cos tins from ft! to S3.
Letter Carriers all wear them. No
j-i
S9 hfl SHflP' ls UNEXCELLED FUK HEAVY WE AH. JSSSt CsUIBBOCI Or tllB prteev V
MOC PUne WORKINGMEN'S. Is the best 1b th world for nnri wear: ana rjalr muht .
-. ..nllr- .-------"- --' - -
v" w.... . ui wear a man a. ye;
$5.00 SHOE
$4,00 SHOE
M Rfl QMflP FOR POLICEMEN. Railroad Men and
yO.JU OIIUC Tacks or Wax Thread to hurt tbe feet.
quala
to wear a man a year.
co nn cunp ls equal to shoes that cost from $3 to sxso.
"u wnusi wear longer than any sboeerer sold at the price.
S2 00 SHOE B0YS to the "' ScUo1 Sboa tba wiUt-
SI 75 SHOE Y0UTH3' SCHOOL. bItcs the small Boys acnance toTrearthol
ALL MADE IN CONGRESS, BUTTON ANO LACE.
W. L. DOUGLAS $3 AND $2 SHOES JSL
Ono palr-irEI
.
iptri, in nnivriccn vomman.9enae,
in the Latest Styles. Also, French 0
-s
Both Ladles' Shoe are made In sires from 1 to T, inclndln half aUea, aad B,C,D,E aad 9;
VUIUU, s
STYLES OF LADIES' SHOES.
"The French Opera," "The Spsnlth Arch Opera," "The Amerleta Common-Sense," Tk
Meoium bimmon-aamc." All maao in Button in
Front Lace, on 5J Shoe only.
Conomcr bnold remember that W. L. DODGLAS Is tbo largest and rnilr Shoe Maimfaet
urex in sou worio, auppiyuig aaoesatrecx irout lacxery, tnnipvin? ail tee suoaie men's praua
Hiuitaoucb v. t- UUUU1.IHI, Drocana, Maa.-.v,
.jyXJIt BAT.TI JtTX i
H. J. ft G. M. Lose, rorty-tmh aad Satfer streets. J.N. Froirter. M tWkX
Carter, 73 Fifth arenne. -. C. Sperber. 1398 Carson street. In AUecaeay City, br Ki
Pra
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UB Federal ttreevaad E. a. Hollmaa, ,72 Bebecoa steeet.
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