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THE HTTSBTJRa DISPATCH. , WEDNESDAY, SEPEMBER'l 188ftS
SIX IN SEVEN WEEKS.
One More Lynclrinjr. Added to
Lomj List in West Virginia.
A MIXED MOB OF MAD MINERS
String Dp a Colored Criminal and Riddle
Ilim With Bullets.
ALL THE SEWS FROM XEAEBI TOWXS
ISPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DtSrXTCB.1
Charleston., "W. Va., September 17.
The sixth lynching occurring in "West Vir
ginia in the past seven weeks was enacted
about two miles Irom Bramwell and near
Princeton, the county seat of Jlercer, just,
before noon Saturday The victim of the
mob was Samuel Garner, a colored roan, who
on last Friday attempted an assault on a 9-year-old
daughter of "William Johnston, a
resident of Bramwell. The girl made her es
cape from the ncsro and informed her father
or what had occurred. Soon a party of armed
men were in pursuit of Garner, and he was
speedily captured and taken before Justice
Main ell, who, after a hearing, during which
Garner made a confession, held him for the
cominq; scion of the jp-aud jury in November.
A blicnffs pose. armed wuh rifles and re
Tolvcrs, at once took charge of Garner ana
started with him to Princeton. There was in
tense excitement atBramwell and all along the
road toward the county scat as Garner was
taken along, and it became evident long before
the jail was reached Garner would not live
many minutes should he fall into the hands of
the people. About two miles east of Blucfielil
coal mines the mob. which had been following
the poie, and which hid been augmented by
auout 4U wnite and colored miners, maae a con
certed rush, overpowered the guards and in a
moment Garner was in their hands. Not a
moment w as lost. A rope was hurriedly pro
cured lrom a neighboring stable and a noo-e
being quickly made it vias placed arouDd
1 he prisoner seemed paralyzed with fear and
could only roll his ejes in terror and mutter
broken exclamations and groans. A few rods
from where the capturcwas madeasuitable
tree was found by the roadside and Garner was
pulled hd to a projectmgliuib. He was hauled
richt up off the ground in regular Western
vigilance committee Mje, auu as uc owni. i
choked to death his struggles and contortions
were horrille. About tbe time the body be
came still some one firedarevolverat the swa
mg form ana this was the signal for a fiWIado
lroui all sides, probably a score of bullets strik
ing: the body. At last accounts Garner bad not
been cut down. Nearlj half the mob was coin
posed of colored people, and they were as
actn c as the whites in euding Garner's career.
DAUIXG HIGHWAY ROBBERY.
Three Tramp Gnc n Young Man and Strip
Him of Hi Clolblnc
Yoek, September 17. A most daring high
way robber has been nerpetrated b) three
tramps. Ajounginauabout 20 jears of age
mined Pins Myers, w bile passing along South
Pine street, in this city, about 10 o'clock, when
in front of the Park Opera House, was seized
bj the ruffians, w ho, pointing a revolver in his
face, forced him to be silent They soon
placed a gag over his mouth atid led him to the
old fair grounds, where they compelled him to
One of the tramps then placed bis own ragged
outfit at Mjers' disposal while he made use of
the letter's good suit. The tramps then led
their captive back to the spot w. here they halt
ed him, aud with a parting admonition tore
main quiet about tbe affair, allow ed him to go
lmtne. The young man was so frightened that
he repaired home, but said nothing abont his
adventure until jesterdav. when he disclosed
the fact 10 his parents. Information was then
gncn to the police. Yesterday afternoon, when
icveial of the officers were sitting at their
headquirter two tramps were seen coming
down North George street. A searching
glance disclosed the fact that one of the men
was wearing the stolen suit. The officers ar
rested the man, and when he was brought face
to face with young Mjers be was coeapletely
identified as the person who held the re
voher in Myer'sface. The arrested partv is
i oung, and claims Cumberland county as'his
Tliellisli and the Anti-High Factions Still
Dmpate Over the Primaries.
Reading, September 17. The air is full of
claims and counter claims regarding the results
of Saturday's Republican primaries. The
anti-High men claim that they have not been
beaten, and that High will not be able to dic
tate who shall compose the delegation to tbe
next State Convention, while the High men
claim that their majority is so great that they
will be able to do whatever they think fit with
regaia to the State delegation ana ever thing
elc that shall come before tbo conwntion.
Frank S. Livingood, County Chairman, sars
thev will concede only IS districts as certain
for High while thev claim 28. The High people
are still talking of having two to one, but some
or them admit the com ention w ill be close. A
number of prominent Repub'ican politicians
w ere in town to-day and they are laying plans
lor an all week fight. The soldier element are
vorkmg like Beavers agamt High as well as
several other coteries that have hitherto had
a gool deal of influence in county affairs, and
it Is evident that even if they are beaten the
molt will be quite large as tonumberand
influence. In this city the footing up of tbe
total vote cast shows that the anti-High people
had about 100 irajont, although they did not
get a majority of the delegates.
A RAILROAD THIEF ARRESTED.
Over $15,000 Worth of Freight Pilfered
From Ibc Heading.
Xorristowx, September 17. Charles Will
iams has been lodged in the county prison here
to await trial on the charge of robbing freight
cars on the Philadelphia and Reading Rail
road, and four foreigners, T. Wisnicski, Felix
Pudorski. Tan Mackicoones and Frank Cylka,
have been locked up as witnesses against him.
Willuins was arrested at Port k'onnsHr
w here he w as delivering stolen goods to Polish
and Italian laborers at that point. Tbe goods
had been bought by tbe foreigners and w ere to
be paid for on delivery. Detectives Hamlin
and Samuel Cubler, of the railroad detective
force, who have for a long time been after the
pilferers of freightcars, made the arrest. Some
of the articles found m Williams' possession
were taken fiom a case of goodi consigned to
Comly Wncht. in Norriston. The railroad has
had about 515,000 worth of goods stolen Irom
the cars within several months.
A FORTUNE TO SHARE.
One More Town Built on Lnnd Belonging
to somebody EUe.
,'RrfCIAL TEIXGIEAU TO THE DISFATCIM
LIMA, O., September 17.-Hank Monroe Tal
bot, tbe well known colored barber and sani
tar policeman of this citj, is thought to bo the
missing heir to a fortune of 5,000,000, The
property was originally owned by his father
and consists of real estate upon which 30 acres
of Logansport,Ind.,1s located. He has em-
- ployed counsel to prove h.s claim. Tbe other
heirs, 10 children in all, have already employed
Congressman Hall, of Denance. O., to prose
cute their claims and have received an offer of
55,000,000. from the different railroads enterin"
Logansport as payment for tho lands occupied
bv their tracks, depots and freight bouses
The obstacle in the waj bas been tbe missine
beir. a son named Henry, who had been lost
sight of by the other heirs. Henry Talbot says
he can fully establish bis identity and if he does
so will get his share of tho immense tortunr
The State Firemen'. Convention.
rerzciAL telegram to thk dispatch.!
Caumsle. September 17.-Thc Pennsdvania
State Firemen's Convention, composed of some
300 delegates, met in session here to-day. The
address of welcome was delivered by Mayor
Cornman, who was followed by the Preoident.
Bert McAllister, of Bradford. Tho grand pa
rade will take place Thursday Eighty compa
nies from throughout the State will be in line,
and some 60 bands of music will be here. The
convention is the largest ever held.
Ad Attempt nt 5-nicldr.
IFrECTM. TELEGRAM TO THE UISPATCn.l
FltAKKUX. September 17. Dr. William
F. McCormick, Alderman of the Third ward,
attempted to commit suicide this evening by
shooting himself through the heart. Ho
missed that organ, but inflicted a wound that
will cause his death. There is no known cause
for tbe act.
Quite n. Fire nt "Wllkcbnrrr,
ISITC1AL TELEGUAK TO T1IE DISrATClI.l
Wilkesbabbe, September 17. A Are
this moraine destroyed Lord's carriage shops,
"William Bright's machine shop and dwelling.
B. Davis' blacksmith shop and William Lore's
dwelling. Loss, $25,000; insurance, 11,000.
tVEX MOKE fKSSATIO.VAL.
An Attempt to Rcacue the Kicelja nt the
Hour of aildnlaht.
lErECIAL TELEGRAM TO TUX DlSFATCrM
Someeskt, September 17. The startling
features'of the Nicely boys' escape, shooting
of Deputy Sheriff McMillan, and the subse
quent recapture of the desperadoes, become
more sensational every hour. The town was
aroused at midnight last nlcht by an attempt
at rescue of the Nicelys, but a heavy guard
being aronnd the jail a dozen or so of shots
caused tbe rescuers to disappear in tbe dark
ness. Tbe arsenal of nearly a dozen of re
volvers and several hundred rounds of ammu
nition found in the jail and on tbe prisoners
continues to be he subject of great w onder.
The revolvers were all new, apparently just
out of the gunstore, and were of approved
Smith A Wesson patent. This morning a
squad of blacksmiths visited the jail and
chimed some six or eight of the most danger
ous inmates to the floor.
It has just been learned that the rain last
nielit 'prevented an attempt at lynching of the
Niceljs. It seems that several hundred farm
ers organized to marcn upon tbe jail lor the
purpose of taking out the Nicelys and a
number ot the other desperadoes, including
Lehr, of Pittsburg and stringing them up.
The extreme darkness of the night and a very
heavy rain tended to di-perse the mob. It is
extremely hard to sav what will develop within
tbe next 21 hours. Much will depend on the
condition of Deputy Sheriff McMillan. Me
now lie very badly wounded, and should he
die. it will go hard with tbe prisoners.
THE COMMISSION IkEARLr UEADY
To Make tbo Finnl Payments to the John.
If rECIAL TELEGHAM TO THE DISPATCH.!
Jon:STow. September 17. Secretary Kre
mer is here, and he expects, with the assistance
of the Board of Inquiry, to have the accounts in
shape within three weeks to begin paying out
the money. The 51,600,000 appropriated by tbe
commission will be the final cash payment that
will be made here. What surplus remains will
bo applied in settling accounts and the remain
der turned over to the Finance Committee
here. Of the six cli-ses into which the suffer
ers were divided. 125,000 will bo required to
make final payments into classea 1, 2 and 3 To
class 4. belne Umse whose losses were practical
ly total, $1,200,000 was appropriated.
Class 5 consists ol those who have sustained
partial losses, but whose circumstances are
such that they are not wholly dependent upon
this charity for a fresh start in life. To these
was appropriated 275,000.
Class 6 was composed of those who were not
regarded as in need ot relief, and nothing will
be given to them, except those who lost less
than 1,000 will be put in class 5.
Secretary Kremer will have full control of
the distribution by authority of the commis
sion, and will be assisted in the work by the
Board of Inquiry.
No one in class 4 will receive over SlO.OOu, nor
will any in class 5 be given over 5,000, but
there will be very few in either class to receive
an amount anything near as large as the limit.
A SWEDE'S SUICIDE.
McKecsport Stnrtled by n Well-Known
Citizen Tnklnc Hi Own Life.
IfPEClAI. TELEGKAM TO TUB DISPATCH. 1
McKeesport, September 17. John Goron
son, a well-known Swedish citizen, suicided at
his home on Locust street at 1 o'clock this
morning by hanging himself to his bedpost
The sad affair caused great excitement in that
neighborhood. No cause can be assigned for
the art, except that he has been ill for some
time and became melancholy and low spirited
because he conld not work. The rope he used
to strangle bmelf with was but Wo feet long
after it was tied around bis nock.
When tound his feet rested on the bedstead
and the head and body burg over it. beinc sop
ported oy the rope about the neck. The de
ceae1 leaves a wife and six children. He was
41 years of age and a knobblcr by trade. He
resided here for several years.
LOCAL ITEMS. LIMITED.
Incidents ofn Day in Tito Cities Condensed
for Ready Rending.
Yesterday before Alderman Flacb. of Car
son street, Mrs. Catherine Bcedcn, colored,
lodged informations against Fred Klink,
Thomas Brean. Charles Klink, Peter Kealv
aud Richard Kealy for malicious mischief.
Mrs. Heeden claims that defendants came to
her house, tore down her vines, broke in her
door and window shutters, and otherwise in
jured her property.
Walter H. Wagner, who was arrested in
Court last Saturday morning on a charge of
bigamy, bad his hearing before Alderman Mc
Wasters yesterday. In default of $500 bail he
w a sent to jail for Court. Wagner is tbe man
who was claimed as husband by two women in
Josephine Benkwski, of Cleveland, left
her husband several weeks ago, in company
with a strange man. Her husband located her
on Noble street Southside. where ho says she
keeps a disorderly house. The husband made
an information before Alderman Hartman.
The body of Robert Reeves, who died in the
jail on Sunday, is at the morgue. Among his
friends was F. M. Retzell. of Ohio, rjnmnor
McDowell telegraphed him to acquaint Reeves'
friends. The Coroner received a very unsatis
factory answer from the gentleman.
An expressman named Edward Mascbmier,
was employed last evening to haul a trunk
from No. 9i Wylio avenue, to a certain house
on Penn avenue. He forgot tbe number on
Penn avenue, and wound up by damping the
troublesome trunk at Central station.
A German, with his wife and two children,
applied for loaging last night at tho Thirtieth
ward station. The man stated that while en
route from Chicago to Greensburg, Pa., they
either lost or had stolen, what Uttle money was
in then possession.
Alexander Gleeman and George Kline
were yesterday arrested for housebreaking on
Center avenue. Both Gleeman and Kline am
bojs, and this is tbe second time they have
been arrested. Justice Gripp held them for
The children under the care of the Society
for tho Improvement of the Poor who are at
the Oakmont Home, will return to-morrow A
large number of colored children will then be
sent out for the last term.
TnE new abutment supporting the north
span of the Panhandle bridge has been com
pleted, and the Baltimore and Ohio will now be
able to relay its tracks so as to approach its
depot on a straight line.
.MAYOR Pearson has ordered that tho
shanty boats on the north side of the river are
to be removed within ten days. The Mayor
declares the boats are a public nuisance.
Agents, acting for Congressman W. L.
Dytpepiia's Victims are nunibcicd by thou
sands. Do not continue in misery, but give
Hood's Sarsaparilla a trial. Tbe many re
markable cures it bas effected warrant us in
urcing it upon your attention if you sutler
from indigestion, sick headache, biliousness or
other stomach disorders. Be sure to get
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
The filling at the Apollinaris Spring
in Rhenish Prussia) amounted to
11,894,000 bottles in 1887, and
12,720,000 bottles in 1888
Of dtt Grtcm, Drugsitts, a nd Mineral WaUr
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
Scott are dickering for more coal lands in For
ward and Itostraver townships. They have re
ceived a 90-day option on 1,$5Q acres.
Mrs. Sarah Huffma-. of Birmingham,
bas been sued by Jacob Duran for stealing
coaL Alderman Hartman issued a warrant f or,
Last week 20 persons died in the old city. 23
in the East End, 13 on the Southside and. 9 in
IIORSFOKU'S ACID PHOSPHATE
Imparts New Energy to the Brain,
Giving the feeling and sense of increased in
100 Flccei Latest Styles Fancy French
For wrappers and tea gowns in this biggest
JOS. HOKNE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
Don't fail to take advantage of this offer
for to-day. "We will sell 400 men's elegant
silk-lined overcoats, full weight, at $8;
worth $25 of any man's money.
P. C. C. C, opp. the new Court House.
All the leading brands of Pennsylvania
whiskies in bond, on tax paid.
"W. H. Holmes & Son,
2C4 S. Clark st, Chicago: 120 "Water st
and 158 First ave., Pittsburg. WS
Embroidered Skirting Flannel An Immense
In white and colors, in both silk and wool
embroidery, in white and hizh colors.
JOS. HOENE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
I "WILL pack neatly in o box and ship
anywhere ior 55, six bottles of pure Guck
enheimer, Gibson, Finch or Overholt, 6
years old, or one quart for 51.
Max Klein, 82 Federal st, Allegheny.
Nobby Children's Soils.
To-day, nobby children's suits, worth f 5
and ?C, at 52 50. P. C. C. C, opp. the new
Ladles' salt Parlor.
Early-fall street suits.
Paecels & Jones, 29 Fifth avenue.
FOB indigestion no remedy is so apt to
afford immediate relief as Klein's Silver
Age Rye. Jiw
A reliable stimulant, "Holmes Best."
fllnrrlngo Licenses Granted Yesterday.
Nicholas Malter Pittsburg
Marie Furlo Pittsburg
( William Doud Pittsburg
i AnnaL. Becker Pittsburg
(John Hormunjr , rlttsburg
Gertrude Eberliardt Pittsburg
JOeorpe W. Hopkins Allegheny
Ellzabetn K. Hufnagle Green 'Irce borough
J Itobert 31. Marshall .. Forrest county
I Mary V. Marshall Allegheny
1 Lorenz Kramer Bllllvale
J Antonla Schuering JMlllvale
1 Lorenza Potl Federal
f Emtle Strank Allegheny
( Lizzie Kuederle Allegheny
(William H. Allen AVilklnsburg
Lottie Kline Wilkinsburg
(Robert Franklin Allegheny
(Johanm llrnulck Allegheny
Albert Tiblcr Pittsburg
(Tlllie George Pittsburg
(Harry E. bclnvartz Indiana
Hattie Cutler '. Beaver Falls
i Ann J. bkelton Pittsburg
(William A. Hall Chartiers township
( Lizzie A. McCartney Chartiers township
BROWN-On Monday, September 16, 1SS9,
at 10.30 P. n., Huori, son of James and the
late Rachel Brown, in the 19th year of bis age.
Funeral from his father's resldnce,42 Harlin
avenue, Tenth ward, Allegheny, on Wednes
day, September 18, at 10.30 A. M. Friends of
tbe family are respectfully invited to attend.
EATON At parents' residence. No. 823
Fifth avenue. Tuesday, September 17. at 1
o'clock A. M Charles L.. son of George L.
and Nancy Eaton, aged 5 years and 3 months.
A light lias from our household gone,
A voice we loved is stilled,
A place is vacant at our hearth
That never can be filled.
Little Charlie was our darling,
Pride of both 0 jr hearts and home;
But tbe angels came and whispered,
Little Charlie do come home.
From adverse blast and lowering storm
His favored soul they bore,
And with yon bright angelic form3
Ho lives to die no more.
Funeral at 6 A. it, Thursday. Interment
HAMILTON-At tbe Home for Aged
Women, Wilkinsburg. Pa., on Tuesday, Sep
tember 17, 1SS9, at 3 p. jr., Mrs. Elizabeth
Hamilton, in her 78th year.
Funeral services will be held at tbe'Home on
Thubsdat, September 19, at 2 p. jr.
HAY On Tuesday morning, September 17.
at &30, Carrie E., only daughter of Hugh R,
and Caroline Boos Hay, aged 8 years 1 month
Death songht our happy home.
And called to peace and rest;
Our Carrie dear, we loved so well.
Has joined the throng of blessed.
Funeral from parents' residence, 453 Cedar
street. Sixteenth ward. Wednesday, Septem
ber 18, ar 2.30 P. M. Friends of the family re
spectfully invited to attend.
MASTERSON-On Tuesday, September 17,
1S69, at 6 30. Miss Lizzie Masterson, daugh
ter of Elizabeth and Thomas Masteison.
Funeral THURSDAY, September 19, at 9 A.M.,
from her parents' residence, Mary street,
between Thirty-third and Thirty-fourth streets.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
NAATZ On Tuesday, September 17, 18S9. at
B.3UA. M., MARGAKKTHA J1EKMINA, daughter
of Charles and Sallie Naatz, nee Ryan, aged 2
years and C months.
Funeral Wednesdat, September 1S.18S9, at
2r.iL, from residence of parents, 7 Lombard
street, Eleventh ward, city. Friends of the
family are invited to attend.
TURNBULL Suddenly at his residence
Mansfield. Pa., Mondav, September 16, 1SS9
Ralph Tcrkbull, in his 62d year.
Friends are respectfully invited to attend tho
funeral at Presbyterian Church, Mansfleld, at
2.30 P. M., WEDNESDAY, 18th Inst,
MASTERSON On Tuesday. September 17
18S9, at 630, Miss Lizzie Masterson, daughl
ter of Thomas and Elizabeth Matterson, aged
Funeral Thursday afternoon, Septem
ber 19, at 2.30, from her parents residence,
alary street, between Thirty-third and Thirty,
fourth. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend.
WOLNER Monday, September 18. at 10 p
jr., Sadie, dauchter of George aud Martha
Wolner, in tbe20th year of ber age.
Funeral services Wednesday at 1130 a. m.
at the residence of her uncle, F. K. Duff, Fair
oaks, Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago Raili
road. Interment later in Allegheny Cemetery.
(Successor to Mcj er, Arnold & Co., Lim 1
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1131 Penn avennc. Ti..
phono connection. mylO-B9-Mvrsu
JAMES M. FULLERTO,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Street.
Telephone 1153. ap27-82-WFSu
CHOICE OUT FLOWERS AND SMILAX
A. M. ' J. B. MURDOCH.
Ci A SMITHFIELD ST.
OlYJ Telephone 429. de6-flnwj-
JOHN R. &A. MURDOCH,
Offer the choioest flowers and floral work in
any desired stylo.
508 Smithfield Street.
Telephoned. st3 jtw,
pEl'KEbENTELi.rjS"PiTTaiJUROr Hi JLSU
ASSETS - . 19X71,69633.
Insurance Co. of North America.
lxsses adjusted and paiu oy WILLIAM L
ot.rourtn avenue. - u20-82-n
OUR NEW GOODS
The late purchases of our Mr. Wattles have
been received and opened. Wo think we show
the handsomest assortment of goods in the
city. We cordially invite your, inspection at
our NEW STOKE,
37 FIFTH AVENUE.
' ATTEND THIS WEEK A
9,864 yards Moquettc,
9,973 yards Body Brussels,
5,612 yards Velvet,
18,784 yards Tapestry,
26,898 tards Ingrain,
833 yards Axtninster
to cover your floors. None but ex
perienced carpet makers and lay
ers engaged. This with the entire
winter stock of J. B. Anderson put
on sale this week makes a busy
CARPET SACRIFICE SALE.
T, M, LATIMER,
138 Federal St, Allegheny, Pa.
IN NORTHWE8T END OF
Goods there displayed but
a small sample of the stock
In particular will do well to
call at our warerooms and see
what preparations have been
made for the fall trade.
P. C. Schoeneck,
711 LIBERTY ST.
N. B. A complete stock of Furniture, Up
holstery and Bedding. sel5-wsu
UNDER WE AE!
Just received a large line all weights m
LADIES' RIBBED UNDERWEAR.
One lot of Ladies', French Ribbed Balbripptn
Vests, H. N. L. B extra fitting garment,
LADIES' FRENCH RIBBED MERINO VESTS,
One-third cotton, guaranteed not to shrink, H.
N. L. S.. $1 25 each ; H. N. R. A., $1 to SI 20 each,
according to size. A very beautiful fabric
LADIES' FRENCH RIBBED WORSTED VEST,
Made of the finest long combed yarn, and will
not shrink. We bare tbera in both white and
natural wool II. N. L. a. SI 50. and H. N. R.
A., 51 25 to SI 40 each, according to size. All
SWISS RIBBED WOOL VESTS
Received in all shapes and colors, for Ladies
ana Misses. All w eights in
DR. JEAGER'S SANITARY UNDERWEAR,
Including Vests, Drawers, Combination Suits.
Gowns and Skirts. We aro Solo Agents for
MEN'S MEDIUM HEAVY WEIGHT BALBRIG-
GAN SKIRTS AND DRAWERS,
For fall wear. Also mediums in Merino and
Natural Wool, in all grades, from 5Qc a gar
DR. JAEGER'S SANITARY WOOL UNDER.
Night Shirts, Stomach Bands, Knee Protec
tors, all grades at List Prices.
See our DISPLAY of these and Fur Goods
at Exposltiou after Wednesday.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH A VENUE.
GOLD HEDAL, PABIB, 1878.
W. BAKER & CO.'S
it is soi
are wed in iti preparation. It hai
more than (Ares time the ttrengA of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is therefore far more
economical, anting Un than one cent
a tup. It il dcliciom, noufiihirig,
itrengthenlng, Eastlt Diqestid,
and admirably adapted for invalid!
ai veil aa forpenona la health-
Sold by Grocers everywhere.
W.BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
Broom Manufacturers Supplies
ROBERT DICKEY & CO.,
77 WATER BP. AND 96 FIHBT AVE.
Telephone 163. u23-Bl-irwr
THE AMERICAN FIRE
. INSURANCE COMPANY.
m . , . , . Philadelphia.
Total Assets, January 1, 1887 S2,801,c58 66
EDWARDS & KENNEY, Ag'ts,
DO FOURTH AVE., Pittsburc. Fa.
3 Telephone 760. jalfrSQ-w
PATENT ::: MEDICINES
And Druggists' Sundries.
A few of the sundries:
Tooth Brushes, 5c, 10c, 15c, 18c, 28c each.
Jail Brushes, 33e. 30c, 75c each.
Nail Files, 25c, 35c. 50c each.
Infants' Corabk. 25c to S8c each
Infants' Brushes. 25c to S8c each.
Infants' Powder Boxes, 25c to $1 25 each.
Infants' Powder Puffs, 8c each.
Sea Foam for the Skin, 60c a bottle.
Opaline Face Wash. 50c a bottle.
Ohocolat Menier, 40o, 70o and
80c per pound.
Ice Dream Soda only 5o per glass.
Fleishman & Co.,
Along with the new Silks
and Dress stuffs we are now
exhibiting may be seen our
new autumn designs in Dress
Trimmings, Buttons and any
thing that is heeded for the
finish of a rich, handsome or
moderate costume. Exqui
site designs in Silk Twist,
Fringes, all colors, Cut Steel
Passementeries in the Direc
toire effects, Cut Steel and
Jet Ornaments, Braid Orna
ments, with and without pen
dants, and the most elegant
line of Dress Buttons ever
shown, consisting of the Di-
rectoire (large and small) in
Persian steel and metal, all
of the newest and latest de
signs. Our Millinery Parlors
are teemingr with the newest
and latest novelties. We are
headquarters for Millinery
and our prices are way below
the average. No charge for
trimmings when materials
are purchased here. Ladies'
Cloak rooms second floor.
Everything new, rich, elegant
and handsome are here to be
found and at the lowest pos
Ladles' 4-button Kid Gloves, in black and
trown, at 50c.
Ladies' 4-button Kid Gloves, in black, brown.
tin and slate, at C9c
Ladies' 5-book, black, brown and slate, at 75c
Ladies' 4-button Suede Gloves, first quality.
Ladies' 8-button Mousquetaire, first quality,
Children's Kid Gloves at 50c
Full line of Ladies', Misses'
and Children's Cashmere
fcloves and Mittens.
Sixth street and Penn ave.
DANZIGER I Sllfl.
THKEE DATS .-.
165, 167, 169 FEDERAL ST., ALLEGHENY, PA.
In order to have our entire stock of Winter Underwear perfectly
fresh and every line complete, we have selected all the odd lots and put
such prices on them as will clear them out at once. See the
first counter to the left as you enter.
Men's Scarlet Underwear, slightly soiled, 25c, down from 75c
Men's Scarlet Underwear 50c, down from $1, slightly soiled.
Men's white and colored Merino,
25 and 50c, down fjom 50 and 75c
Men's Natural Wool Shirts 75c, down from J5i 25, and the celebrated
Taconne Underwear for $i, former price $2 25.
Come early for choice won't last long.
Special Don't fail to visit our Cloak, Suit .and
Dress Goods departments before buying. The dis
play is simply superb and prices pleasing.
"An interest in your comfort thete
cool evenings and mornings impels
our nudging you about your needs
in thete garments. Our'assortment
is complete, containing the many
elegant novelties of this season in
the ever desirable Chesterfield and
the Swell Box Coat styles, and all
the new shades, from the lightest
drab and pearl to the nobby Black
OUR PRICES ARE ATTRACTIVE.
We lave a stylish, all-wool, well
made, bright Overcoat, wide
stitched, sewed with silk and fully
equal, it not superior, to any shown
elsewhere at$10. Oars are only ?7 50.
OUR $10 OVERCOATS
Are models of fashion and tailoring
we show tbem in the newest
shades and patterns silk-faced,
lined with the best of serge, and
they would be undoubted value at
$14, instead of 510. From these
picture the elegance of our still finer
Overcoats, and also judge of the low
prices on onr Dress and Every Day
Suits and Pants.
OUR STOCK OP
Is worth your attention the new
'Fall Shades and Styles in reliable
qualities at lowest prices.
STRASSBURGER & JOSEPH
Tailors, Clotire aM Hate,
161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny.
"Established Over Half a Century."
This Trade MarK is on our "Windows.
WE ABB NOW SHOWING
Our Latest Importations of
FALL STYLE SILK HATS,
Derbys and Soft Hats.
KNOX'S New York Hats (for which we are
the sole agents) are also NOW READY.
"We have correct copies of the above styles
at 52, $2 60 and S3, durable and stylish.
441 WOOD STREET.
Five Doors from Fifth avenue.
N. B, We Iron all Silk Hats FREE OF
CHARGE, no difference where purchased.
Practically Taught at
49 FIFTH AVE.
J3-EVENING SESSIONS. auW-25-ir
Apollinaris, Bedford, Poland, Sain
taris. Strontia. Saratoga. SDrndel.
W1TPR fJysralc Betbesda, Vichy, Buffalo.
H iHflll Lithia. Enreka.
GKO. K. 8 TKVENSON & CO
SIXTH AVENUE. jal2 69-MWT
slightly soiled' and broken
NEW AUTERTISEMSNTH .
B. & B.
Wedxesdat, September IS.
It may be fair to-day, or to-morrow.
But the rush for Rubber
goods and Umbrellas yesterday was
something marvelous. Why will
people- put off buying these neces
saries until they are caught without
Our special $3 Windsor Silk Um
brellas, choice silver and'gold han
dles, is one of the excellent values
in our large umbrella stock.
$1 50 and 15 compass the many
Men's Macintoshes, with capes,
tnat give no hint of being rubber,
that keep you dry and comfortable
and that are not disagreeable to the
touch, I13 50 to $16 50.
Ladies' cloth surface Westmin
sters, $3 50 and $4.
A broken line reduced from $ts
to $8. - N
Ladies' plain rubber circulars
$1 25 and $2. India stripes $2 50.
Children's Mother Hubbards, Jl to $1 7S
Greenaways, 31 5a
DRESS GOODS ITEMS.
56-inch Broadcloth Suitings, 7Jc a yard.
42-inchindistinctstripe Broadcloths. Jl a yard
42-inch extremely nobby French stripe Suit
iocs. SI 50 a yard.
60-inch fine triple stripe Suitings (armure
effects) richest colorines, Jl 60 a yard.
B0GGS & BUHL,
115,117,119.121 Federal st,, Allegheny,
Don't put offtill to-morrow
While such great bargains are offered is the time to act. We
are thankful for the liberal patronage that has been bestowed
uponus slnceive commenced our great CLOSING OUT SALE,
and for the "benefit of those who have not yet paid us a vtsU we
will say we have still an endless variety of LAMPS, GLASS,
CHINA, QUEENSWARE,FISH, GAME and ICE CMEAM:K
SETS, AFTER DINNER COFFEES, RICHLY DJ5(JO-'";
BATED PLATES, UMBRELLA STANDS, LAWN'
-wr . n-nr. .- f
VA-ova, vusJTAJUVJilza, BRIC-A-BRAC, HIGH AJRT
POTTERY, PEDESTALS, EASELS, BRONZE and ONYX
TABLES, CHANDELIERS, CLOCKS, BRONZES, GAS
FIXTURES, etc. Fine Wedding and Birthday Gifts.
The J. P. Smith Lamp,
935 Penn Ave., Between Ninth and Tenth Sts.
P. a Eogera' Best Triple Plated Dinner Knives
at 81 24 per set
We have just received and
beautiful China Dinner Sets,
China, odd pieces, to which we
R. P. "WALLACE & CO.;
211 "Wood. st. 4
OPPOSITE ST. CHARLES.
IS OUR SHOW AT THE EXPOSITION.
Our Stock at our Warerooms
IS JUST AS COMPLETE!
We show at the store one of the most complete exhibits of Household Good
ever offered in tbe city, comprising a full line of all goods we have on exhibit at
. tbe Exposition. The large experience we hare had makes us doubly keen to tbs
interests of all customers. Their will is oar pleasure. "We will insure you tha
pleasant courtesy duo any buyer. Come to us, look over our large and varied
Carpets, . Rugs, Lace Curtains, Bed-
ding, Stove s, Ranges and
COOKING UTENSILS I
And the many, many things 'so essential to the proper fitting In comforable style
of your homes, and to know just where to place your orders when in need of goods,
examine critically our exhibit at the Exposition, and we assure you should you
think it worth your while to bestow your patronage on us it shall be as carefully
preserved and as kindly looked after as our exhibit is complete.
We then place ourselves before the public as House Furnishers in the strictest
sense oi the word. We presume you have read frequently the "ads." of other
houses, whose claims contain colnmns of reading matter as the "only house fur
nishers west of the mountains." Kind reader, we wilt not worry you. Let us
hear what your verdict is after seeing our exhibit, and say who are competent ta
take the best care of your interests.
HOPPER PROS, & CO,, :
' 307-"WOOD ST.-307
BET. THIRD AND FOURTH AVES.
K. B. Take particular notice to the quality and stvle of workmanship of the
Papering done by Crumrine, Bane & Bassett, of 41G Wood street, on our cot lit
tle cottage at the Exposition; also the elegant Chandeliers, so complete and ia -such
proper keeping, from the stock of Houston Ss McShane, No. 19 Seventh ave
nue, both of which firms we recommend very highly. '
BOSTON -NOVELTY STOBEf
406 and 406 Wood Street. i
IN EVERT DEPARTMENT.
BEAD OUR FRICBS.
10 pieces decorated toilet set only tS G&
108 pieces deeorated dinner tetosiy KK
5-bottle silrer plated caster oaly H 08.
Fall size silk plasb albsai, worth Jl 08 oaly
Oak table, plain top. only HI 08.
5-foot easels only SI 09.
Towel racks, plash front, onlr 86o.
8x10 picture f raraei age. (Be, Mc and 51 08.
Beautiful statuary 69e to 18 6ft
Vases, royal Woree style, lie to S8 69.
Jardloe pots, royal Worcester style, tie to
Elegant vases In different styles, 5e to SI 5ft.
Hundreds of different styles of doito, 5e to
Square brass bird cages. 89e, Si SO aad Si X.
Children's toy tea sets, decorated. .We to K Oft,
Cracker jars, something netr.Ke, Si 69, Si 28
Nickel clocks, warranted, osy 75c.
Nickel alarm clocks oaly Ke.
All kinds of toys and eases. 5e to SI 08. i
Made lantenw. 38c. 59c, S8c, SSe, K 9B.
Ink only lea botH a.
Large jponcea only 6o and Me.
Glass card baskets, 26c, See as H SSL
Plain glass tumblers osly 3e.
A full Una of honsenrnlshiag ge4s la tfs
ware, glassware, crockery- ware, woodea ware,'1'
silverware, etc.. at prises lower tbaa ever bet
lore ouerea in jrittsBurg.
Great bargains on oar 5c and Me eoiatsw.
Goods delivered bee la both oMes.
H. G. HAYDEN tt 00
PHOTOGRAPHER, 1 SECTH Ql HM
rae, largo crayoa portrait SB 5 Bests!
before ordering eJMwbBre. Csbtetfs. ig M
t w per oozes, rnviurx UMLd.YmkU ,
what you ought to do to-day: J
Glass and China Co.I
G - OOIDS.
have now ready for inspectioni
Pish Sets and a full line.of nice'
invite the attention of the ladies.