Pittsburg dispatch. (Pittsburg [Pa.]) 1880-1923, May 09, 1889, Page 8, Image 8
r.fc. v 8 THE PrTTSBURG- ? BJKTmiIBimSWAYiUKX7 188a' fE i I i I. WILL IT BE A BOOM? Indications of an Iron and Steel Storm Following the Calm. SOME MAKTIFJLCTURE'RS TEKR IT, Because of Cutting and SlaslMng the South Has Inaugurated. SCALE COMMITTEE WOUE LIKELY. "That there is always a ciUm before storm," is an old saying, and iron manu facturers here both hope and fisar that the dullness in trade at present w ill soon re sult in a boom in business. The great cut of the Thomas Iron Company in t he price of pig metal, in order to shut out Southern competitors, it is believed will bi ing about a big revival in the iron trade. President "W. C Cronemeyer, of the United States Tin Plate Compan y, one of the oldest and best-posted manufact arers in this section, was in the city Tester lay. A representative of this paper had a talk "with him in his city office, and he said: "The iron trade all over the world i s good at present, except in the United State s, and I believe there will be a boom here before very many months. I am afraid of b soms, and I wonld like to see it avoided; bu t the ball has been started rolling in that direc tion, and, unless something remarkable oc curs, cannot be stopped in time.to prevent a .boom. SOUTHEBN PIG AND OTJB TIN. "Very good foundry iron is being ma de at the Southern furnaces, and although t be iron made here is of superior quality,Sontl -cm pig can be used for certain purposes. A 1- most all the pig iron made in this section lis consumed here, and if any Southern iron i fi used it is in the foundries." "What do you think of tbe project of the consolidated mills ot the "West to make tin plate?" was asked. ' i "I think it is a good one, and, as soon as the tariff bill is passed, it will be a profit able enterprise. "We will engage in the manufacture of tin plates as soon as the bill passes, and so will other firms. This will have the effect of circulating 50,000,000 in this country each year, that has been sent across the water heretofore. The Republi can party has promised the passage of this bill, and I believe it will bypassed at the next session of Congress. It is possible, I understand, that an extra session will be called." "Is it possible that the manufacturers will come together again and appoint a commit tee to meet the Amalgamated Association ' on the scale question?" asked the reporter. NO -COMMITTEE FOE HUE Mr. Cronemeyer expressed the same opin ion held by other leadinc manufacturers, and said: "I do not think so. I will not hare anything more to do with a conference committee of manufacturers. When the workers have prepared their scale of wages they can present it to me as an individual, ami, if it is satisfactory, I will sign it; if not, I will point out the revisions I desire; and I believe other manufacturers will do the same." Several members of tbe Amalgamated Association were in the office of the organi zation yesterday, and they were asked who would succeed Mr. "Weihe as President The reply was: "Mr. Weihe, of course; we can not get a betterman for the position, and do not propose to let him retire." Secretary Martin has nothing to say on foreign mission, or the course he proposed to pursue in the future. Xo names have yet been mentioned for the position, except that of Hon. Miles Hum phreys; bnt it is claimed that be is ineligi ble, as he is now a bossjmddler. - t WHEAT WILL BE HERE. Arrangements Mode to Receive the General Worthy Foreman of the II. of L. Chairman Evans, of the Committee on Etaie of the Order, of D. A. 3, K. of L., yes terday issued the following circular to the different local assemblies: "We take this methods announcing to yon that General Worthy Foreman Morris LVWheat will be with us on Hay 14, 15, 16 and 17, and will Epeak on the objects and aims of the order. He trill address the Knights of Labor on Tuesday evening, the 11th inst., at K. of U. Hall; the public on Wednesday eveninjr, the 15tn inst, at Lafayette Hall; the public At Mc KeeGport on Thursday, the 16th inst, and the public on the Southside, Friday evening, the 17th InsL Now, brothers, let us strive to znako these meetings a success. Let each and every brother do all in his power to brine as many people together as possible. Here is an oppor tunity rarely offered. It will cost you nothing but your presence, and I am sure you will hear something that will be very entertaining as well as instructive. Brother Wheat is an able man, and much can be learned by listening to one of his lectures. TO EETOLFTIOKIZE STOKE CUTTING. An Invention to Dispense With a Number of Worklngmen, A wonderful stone-cutting machine has been invented by an Ohio man that will cause a revolution in that industry, as it will dispense with the services of a number of men. 2fo kind of work has been subject to fewer innovations, or nas more closely fol lowed the methods than stone cutting. It is the same to-day as it was centuries ago. "jThe invention was made by Mr. A. Small wood, of Elyria, 0. His machine is known as tbe Eotary Stone Planer. It is simply a heavy iron cylinder, armed with rows of tools similar to those used by a cutter, and to -which as it revolves the stone is fed to be dressed. By this machine a stone that would occupy a cutter from three to five hours is dressed in -fire minutes. A rapid cutter will dress ISO square feet of stone in a day; while this machine dresses 1,900 square feet in the same time. A company is now being formed in this city for the manufacture ot the machine. The Miner's strike. The strike of the coal miners in the rail road district is still unsettled, although al most 3,000 men are at work at the 74 cent rate. It was -reported yesterday that Demp ster's miners were working at tbe 71 cent rate, but the report could not be confirmed. Labor Note. JLsdbew Ca-skegie Epentthedayin visiting bis works at Twenty-ninth and Thirty-third streets. Ins capacity at the Edgar Thomson Steel Works has been increased to nine finished rails per minute. Peescdest WznrE, of the Amalgamated Association, went to Hazelton. O., yesterday to Investigate a difficulty at that place. Physicians WUe In Their Generation. Tbe above class ef scientists recognize, and have repeatedly borne testimony to tbe effica cy ot Hostetters Stomach Bitters as a remedy and preventive of fever and ague, rheumatism, want of vigor, liver complaint and some other ailments ana infirm conditions of tbe system. Experience and observation have taught tlira its value. They but echo the verdict long since .pronounced by the public and the press. Only the benighted now are ignorant of America's tonic and alterative. Velvet Carpets at SI a Tnri. The great sale of velvet carpets at 51 a yard is making business lively at Groet xinger's l?enn arenue carpet palace. Come in and look at them before it is too late. They are worth 51 CO per yard. They sell on eight; people who don't need them for present use are buying. "We store goods without charge nntil you want them, zhs For Tour Luncheon. , Do yon want something delicious for your, lunch? Then, get some of .Marvin's Eoyal fruit Aiecaite. Grocers keep the.- xzs - .i m&AS 5? B0MEi- An limitation Founded br Dr. W. A. Fans- -rnnt Destroyed by Clre. SKOAL TELEGEAit TO THE DISrATCH.1 Zelienople, May 8. The main build ing of the Orphans 'Home of this place, which was founded by the well-known philanthropist of Pittsburg! Dr. "W. A. Passavant, was totally destroyed by fire this morning. The fire was discovered shortly after 9 o'clock on the roof, and as the shingles were very dry, the whole upper part of the magnificent building was in flames in a few minutes. A large portion of the furniture and -contents of the first floor were saved, but Jiev. J. A. Cribbs, the Superintendent, lost all his personal ef fects. Fortunately no one was injured. The fire was caused by a spark from the chimney of the bake oven. The loss is about 510,000. The insurance expired recently, and it is not known whether it had been renewed or not. BE SAW THE ELEPHAKT. A Church Deacon Pars Heavily for His Fun at a Circus. rsrxCXLL TXLiaBAM TO TUX DISPATCH.1 BntMiNGHAM, Conn., May 8. S. S. Mallett, a farmer of Oxford, came to town to-day to see Bobbins' circus. He is a church deacon, and is worth about 560,000. Three bunco men captured him after he got under the canvas, and by working the "want to buy a farm" business on him, brought out -the card trick. Simple Mr. Mallett went to the bank, drew 51,000, and put that, with 550 more, on the cards. He lost Chief of Police Nolan was notified, bnt the men had left town. Nolan wentto Bobbins, proprietor of the circus, and threatening to attach the whole concern, as it had occurred under his tents, succeeded in obtaining the full amount from him, which was returned to Mallett U? FAT0E OF EXTENSION. Citizens of Observatory Bill Want a larger "Electric Railroad. A largely a'ttended and enthusiastic meet ing of tbe citizens on Observatory Hill was held last night James Wilson was called upon to preside and J. L. Miller acted as Secretarv. The following resolution was unanimously adopted: Resolved, That we respectfully request our Councilman -from the Second ward to vote for tbe ordinance now before Councils extending the Observatory Hill Electric Bail way to Pitts- 1 targ and California avenue. After ordering the Secretary to mail a copy o f the resolution to each member, the meet ii i was adjourned. AN EXPLODING LAMP Fa tally Burns n Worn in and "Her Husband, Wbo Tried to Rescue Her. rETXCIAX, TXUCGKAX TO TEX DISPATCH.! L toLiJDATSBDBG, May 8. One of the mos.t horrible and shocking fatal accidents that has "happened here for rears occurred abou 1 1 o'clock this morning. A glass coal oil la tup exploded in the hands of Mrs. Cathi orine Harkins, aped 51 years, setting fire to her night garments, and despite the heroic efforts of her husband, James Har kins, s he was burned to death. The hus band, in trying to smother the flames, was fatally burned. Hurt at a Circus. ISM KX1XTZXZOBAM TO THZ DISPATCH.! Pake XESBUbo, Msy 8. To-day at aper formanc e of Miles Orton's "Wild West" show, in this city, a se:tion of the seats col lapsed a ad precipitated a crowd of people to thegrou nd below, a distance of 12" feet One man was seriously, and perhaps fatally in jured, wl tile others sustained less serious in juries. His Head Was Crushed. tSFZCIA i XttEGKAX TO THX DISrATCH.1 Carlisle, May . Matthew Divinin, an employ e of tbe car works in this city, while attei opting to place a heavy piece of tiuiuer iuz vugu jjiaumg macnine, was struck in the head and face, crashing it, from which he died half an hour later. He was SO years old. Young; Blood Wins Ever? Time. Pive years ago we stepped into the ring with three of tbe greatest battle guns known to the comme rciafworld. Low prices, solid values and i mterprise were our bulwark while we batt led year by year, determined to knock out sld fogy methods and old war prices until fr om the little midget, which we then were, we have become the giant of to-day. We've been wonderfully successful. Our bright, ne w and honest ways of doing business seem to take tbe public's fancy, and look thro ugh the newspapers any day you will, you'll" see our methods copied and our advertisemi mts stolen bodily. When other concerns a" re doing apparently nothing, call at the P. C. C. C. and you'll see a crowd of busy, satisfied buyers, having their wants supplied by gen Uemanly salesmen. Just now we are Belli ng as a leader men's fine suits at 10 (an d we'll stake $1,000 that these suits can'il be produced elsewhere under $18). Tl ley are made from costly cheviots, Banc ockburns, corkscrews, worsteds, tweeds .a.ud cassimeres, and lined and trimmed wil'Ji the best silk-finished serge. Call at on :e and secure one of these big bargains. P . C. 0. C, corner Grant and Diamond sti.cets, opposite the sew Court House. Make as Mistake In buying your fur niture, go to the manu facturer, and save money. There is only one in the twin citi es and their goods and prices defy competi ition. Therefore go to Ml Seibert & Co., o Dr. Lacock and Hope streets, near-railroad bridge, Allegheny. D La Pebla set. F umab are a high grade Key West Cigar, mnnufactnred for those smokers' who can appi -eeiate Havana tobacco in its natural conditi on. Sold from $6 0 to $12 per hundred. G. W. Schmidt, 9 (5 and 97 Pif th Ave. Bargain Counter,, People's Store, Contains all kinds of cheap dresses, 5, 8, 10 and 15c a yard, along with Home Series bookB 6c, and Caxton Edition, bound, 21c Open Friday, 10th inst, Ca hpbeli, Ss Dice. Dkapebt nets, Span ish, Chantilly and escnrial flouncing at exceedingly low prices, at Eosenbaum & Co.'s. Cabinets 99c a dozen at Aufrecht's Elite Gallery, 516 Marked street, Pittsburg, for thirty days. Bring c h Udren. Its superior excellence t iroven in minions of homes for more than a q uirter of a century. Iris ufed by the United Htatcs Government Indorsed by the heads -of t he great universities as the Strongest, Purest a nd most Healthful. Dr. Price's Cream Bakin c Powder does hot contain Ammonia, Lime o r Alum. Sold only ln-cans. PRICE BAKIN G POWDER CO. SEWTOKK. CSXCAGK). BT. LGUB. JBT&2-TTSe06U fuiLWEiFt7tfr"Ni CREAM 4KfN NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ThubsdAY, May 9, 186a Tired Out? " When through your day's work, do you- feel tired out? Too tired to sleep? Get up next "morning with an aching head? Do you know that you are running a great risk? In sanity, 4tpoplexy, paralysis, all start this way. ' Don't drug yourself. Use Paine's Celery Compound and save a big doctor's bill. Mr. A. J. Burbeck, Newton Junction, N. H., says that his wife would be badly exhausted after a hard day's work, but a dessert pound nearly spoonful of the Corn would makei her feel as strong as in the morning. Physicians prescribe it. Many of them take it Dr. J. H. Han aford, Reading, Mass, is one of the best known doctors in the country. After he has labored more than usual, Paine's Celery uompouna strengtnens ana re freshes him promptly. Mrs. Burbeck was tired out from physical work; Dr. Hana ford, from mental work. Paine's Celery Compound is the great body and brain strengthener. Entirely vegetable, it cannot harm a child. Formula fur nished to any physician. It cures all nervous diseases. Purifies and enriches the blood. Succeeds where all else fails. Use it It will give you strength. Make you feel like a new man. I Would Have Been Dead, Said Mr. Henry Bohortson, "had I kept on in the war I was going. I had chronic bronchitis' aou a weakness oi my ten lung inai was iasc approaching consumption. I coughed and had great pressure and tightness across my lungs, with pain about my shoulder blades. My ap petite was very poor, and I had sour belching of gas from my stomach all the time. I doctored with the best doctors I could hear of, but was fast getting worse. My kidneys also became diseased. I had pain across my back, bloating of the bowels, and the water was highly col ored with a red, brick dustsediment. I became melancholy and discouraged and thought I could not live. Finally I began treatment with the physicians of the Folypathic Medical and Surgical Institute, who are specialists for chronic diseases, and although confined to the bed when I commenced treatment, and am 66 years old, my improvement was very rapid, and I feel that these physicians have saved my life. I am getting stronger every day and feel almost like a young man again. HenbtRobektsott, 52 Marcellus st Syracuse. N. Y." Any one wishing to verify the above testi monial can do so by writing to Mr. Robertson. The FOLYPATHIC MEDICAL AND SURGI CAL INSTITUTE is permanently located at 420 Fenn avenue, Pittsburg, Fa. Office hours, 10 to 11:30 A. ll., 1 to land 6 to 8 P. M. Con saltation free. myS-s 15 DOCTORS FAILED To cure Mrs. Thomas Hatton, and she suffered on for IS years. The aches and pains which she experienced in almost every part of her body was simply terrible. Those sharp, cutting pains across the small of her back and lower part of her body was almost unbearable. In fact she suffered with all those diseases and cdnditions peculiar to women. For three months her mind was unbalanced, and for months she was confined to her bed. She be came very weak and emaciated, so that she only weighed 83 pounds. No one expected her to live, much less get entirely cured. After receiving three months' treatment with the physicians of the Catarrh and Dyspepsia Insti tute, 323 Fenn avenue, who make a specialty of her disease, she says: "I never want any one to suffer as I have for the past IS years. The condition of my case was much worse than has been described, and I am only too glad to testify to my complete cure by the doctors of the Catarrh and Dys pepsia Institute. MBa THOMAS HATTON, Putnam, Pa." The above lady physician can be consulted by ladies suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex. The medicines used are positively curative, and are so prepared as to allow the patient to use the treatment herself. They treat successfully Catarrh. Bheumatism. Dys pepsia, Bronchitis, Asthma, Blood, Kidney and Female Diseases. , Office hours. 10 A. M. to 4 p. M., and 6 to 8 T. sl Sundays, 12 to 4 p. a. Consultation free to all. ap26-r OPTICAL AND MATHEMATICAL GOODS, bpecialty Correct fitting of lenses and frames. All styles of Spectacles and Eve Glasses. Experienced Opticians and our own factory and workmen are our inducements. WH.E.STJERM, Optician, 6MSMITHFIELD ST..HTTSBUBG, PA. fe2J.27.TTS IE. FOX, SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN. Patentee and sole manufacturer of the Eureka Eye Glass. No chain required. Eureka nose blades fitted to other eye glasses. Oculists prescriptions a specialty. AU kind of lenses ground and spectacles made on the premises. SOS PENN AVENUE. PITTS. Seventeenth and Chestnut, Philadelphia. del-bS3-TT3 JIII.I.EDGEVrLLK, GA. JAMES E. MORRIS, sole agent, New York. Dear Sib-I cannot say too much for Pratt's Aromatic Geneva Gin, as I was a great sufferer for five years with my kidneys. Tried all of the kidney medicines and two doctors without be ing cured. I was part ot, the time on my bed and could not cet up, or even turn myself over. I bought one-half dozen bottles of your gin, and before finishing them was well: but fearful that It was not a permanent cure, I used an other half-dozen, and am now perfectly well. Very respectfully, M. L. BYINGTON. JOS. FLEMING, solo wholesale and retail agent in Pittsburg, M Market street. jelO-TTS Ftr a DISORDERED LIVER Try BEEGNli'S PILLS. 25cts. a Box. OT JTiTt XSXtTTGtG-XSTrS. Almeria and Malaga Grapes, Bananas, Florida Oranges ana all kinds of Foreign and Domestic FntUe, JOBCSi DEBE & CO. 608 LIBERTY STREET, B8-T v ''V VSaBtfraii"jii.ir9, iiWJaaj NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THESUHMUSTSHIME Protect Yourself From the Rays 1 OUR LINE OF PARASOLS -AND-: LONG HANDLED UMBREILUS ' NOW COMPLETE. SPECIAL VALUES in regular style Silk Umbrellas. 24-in. Natural Stick Helvetia Umbrellas as low as $1, antl with metal imitation silver handles, as low as $1 25 each. 26-in. Natural as low as 1 23, and with metal handles as . low as- $1 25 each. La Tosca Long Handle Umbrellas, ,24-izu, as low as $3; 26 as low as $5. High Novelties Natural Stick and Long All Silver Handles from $1 up. Plain colors in the fashionable shades blue, brown, smoke, garnet. Long Handle Parasols, canopy tops. A beautifnl line of stripes, plaids and all the newest shades in plain colors, as low as tl 75 and up to $15. Look at the Parasols with adjustable handles, the kind that can betaken apart and put in your trunk when you are travel ing. A specially choice line of Mourning Parasols and 24 and 26 Umbrellas, with black wood, hard rubber imitation and real ebony handles, as low as fl 75 each. Black Lace Parasols from 59 to $27 50 each. Children's Parasols a large line. HORNE & WARD, 41 FIFTM AVENUE. my7 !) ESTABLISHED 186L. BUDD. SPRING- AND - SUMMER,, 1889. DRESSJ5HIRTS. SPECIAL DESIGN& Underwear and Hosiery. Our own special hand loom made Silt, Lambs' Wool, Merino, Balbriegan, Lisle Thread, etc r ric& FOB SPRING llULrVllO AND SUMMER. Dress, Promenade, Driving, etc. Best makers. First-class only. , SAMUEL BUDD, No. 8 King Edward St. Madison Sqnare, London, E.O. New Tori orK. No. 4 RueD'Uzes, Paris office. myO-24-TTS IP YOU COME FROM EAST UVERPOOL To tJBuu WALL PAPER In Pittsburg, Call on WM. H. ALLEN, WM, TBEVKLE, 3t4JVA.GEB. stBr CHILDREN'S SCHOOL HATS From 18c up to the finest Gome in and see all the scarce Bronze, Myrtle and Sage Shades in Wide Eimmed Milan Hats. We actually have the largest variety of STJlsr HATS In the city. Our own shape, the "Success;" is more popular every day. The ladies have taken it unanimously, and we are kept busy filling orders.- Children's Shirred Sun Hats, easily washed, ia white, light blue, cardinal and pink; Children's- Lace Caps la all the new shapes. Children's Eanntlerov Hats, in lace and embroidery. Children's Trimmed Hats, freshly trimmed every day by experienced artists. All sorts of dainty flowers for trimming hats are to be found in our Millinery Depart ment. EsTNicest Embroidered and Lace Caps in the city at 25 cents. , LADIES' NECKWEAR! Onr stock in this department is complete. Satin Buchings, Tinsel Edge, 10c a yard. All the novelties in Hemstitched and Embroidered Lawn Ties'. Immense assortment of Windsor Ties for Ladles and Boys in new plaids and dots and new shades and plain colors. Unending novelties 01 J ecc tuchin;s in Lace, Tinsel and Crepe Lisse. S ASSIES! SASHES! Surah 'Sashes, with fringed ends, all shades to match dresses, in cream and black and all the popular shades. We continue tcsell those S-inch Satin striped sashes at 23e per yard, worth 50c Parasols and Umbrellas For snn and rain. Extra good values Glorias, with silver boots and caps, J26-inch, 51 50, $1 75 and $2. Glorias, gold hooks and caps', $2 50 and $3. La Tosca, long handles, Bilver and gold tops. 24-inch, 51 38 and up. Ia silt, with gold and silver tops, from f3 up. The latest novelties in Lvon's best Silk TTmhrellas. with detachable banrllwi. Oiil. dren and Misses' Parasols at all prices, from Silk and Satin. Ladies' Coaching Parasols, in Plnin Satin, FancV Stripes and other Silks, from SI to 57 CO. Lace-covered, in licru and Black, from S3 to 512 To reduce our immense stock of BEADED WRAPS, we are1 selling them at the lowest pricea you, ever heard of, and are then allowing 10 per cent discount on each one purchased. 13 erjbaum Kfi MIRKFT CT INR 77 FIT 5M TO 51- MARKET ST. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. We Have It There is only one way to get dependable clothing. It can t be got out of anything but good quality and good .work. There is none too much of either in this city. There is more of it, however, than everybody knows of, so far. We are supplying such cloth ing to hundreds. Do you; know you have passed and repassed it? Every time you have been within sight of our store the best clothing was close to you. But you may have imagined we had just the same sort that presumes in other stores, on your not knowing, to call itselt Dest. We mean best in quality and work: best in every way clothing can be 'best wear, style, fit, comfort. Easy to the body: pleasing to the eye. Do you know that whether you want it substantial only or fine and strong, too, we have such clothing for less than you have been paying? we are waiting lor your trade. Isn't the best dollar's worth generous enough? Are you ready for it? Wanamaker & Brown, Sixth street and Fenn avenue. Is there any objection to reasonable prices for mer chant tailoring? The tailor ing and goods are the best my8- DO YOU INTEND TO BUILD! The Pittsburg Build inir Plan Co., Archi tects, 93 Fourth ave prepare plans ana specifications and superintend erection of dwellings at lowest rates consistent with good service. Esti mates guaranteed. my5.7g.TTSu Correspondence invited. 517 "Wood. S-teee-b, my2-TTa Must have light, pretty Hats for everyday wear. What you want for the youngsters is something that will look well, wear well, and not cost much. We have just the thing. We show an immense assortment of 25c to $2 50, ia Sateen, Striped and Flaid AND 27 FIFTH AVE. ffiHil a jxM f " v VA ' R & DE. WOODS, SPECIALIST IN THE CURE OF RUPTURE AND CHRONIODISEASES. This eminent specialist has been located per manently in Pittsburg at Hotel Albemarle, Penn avenue anil Sixth street, going on two years. The doctor treats chronic diseases) and de formities 'only, and uniform success results from his superior skill and improved methods. RIIPTIIRF HERNIA or BREACH, for iiui lUHb, many years regarded incur able (and many still believe It cannot be cured ), by means of a painless treatment, is cured com- Sieteiyiniromsututiuaays unaer guarantee, ases that have existed more than 30 years have been cured in six weeks, without deten tion from business or pleasure. HP ART LUNG, LTVER. STOMACH or nenn , BOWEL DISEASES, by new method and without nauseous drugs. DYSPEPSIA, Sr'pSre&SSS rience has demonstrated that this disease can be cured entirely when science and common sense principles are applied. BLOOD AND SKIN Ss & tlons. Pimples, Blotches, Bone Pains, Ulcera tions of Tongue, Throat and Mouth, Old Sores, Weak Back and Glandular Swellings, are eradicated lor life and no traces remain. Ca tarrh, no matter of how long standing or how many doctors have failed to cure, is curable by the new scientific methods discovered by Dr. Woods. Belief speedy and cure rapid and sure. Advice free to all who call. Examinations are also free to those who wish treatment. Nervous diseases, diseases of the blood, skin, liver, stomach, etc-, which require medicine only are treated successfully by correspondence. Send i cents in stamps for question list. Al( communications are sacredly confidential. Medicines furnished without extra charge, saving much exsense to sufferers and insuring their being genuine and properly prepared. DU. It. A, WOODS, HOTEL ALBEMARLE, PENN ATENTJE AND SIXTH STREET, PITTSBURG, PA. Office hours, 10 to 13 A. JT..3 to 5 p. jr.. 7 to 8 T. sr. myl-iL The drett Enyiish Complexion SOAP. PEARS' v " JSOAP. Of all Dngg'sts, li! teware of imitations. ,J. DIAH02FD, Optician, 2S Slartli Street, Pittslmrgr. Spectacles and Eyeglasses correctly adjusted to every' defect, of sight. Field and Opera Glasses Telescopes, Microscopes, Barometers, Thermometers, etc. jMfe ARTIFICIAL EYES made to order 9QnEand warranted. Always on hand a tgyiarge and complete stock. jaO-xrssu DRUNKENNESS Or the Liquor Habii Positively Cured by Administering Dr. Haiaes' uoiaen apeeino. It ess be given in a Cap of coffee or tea without tbe knowledge of the person taking It: Is abso- J Intel; :lv ham sseedv crrr :ei ay crrre, whether the patient Is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands at Drunkards have been made temperate men who have taken Golden Specific In their coffeo without their knowledge and to-day believe they qnlt drinking from their own free wlIU IT H'EYEE KAILS. The system once impregnated with the Specific, it becomes an utter impossibility for the liqnor appetite to exist. For salebyA. J. Rankin, Sixth ana Fenn ave.. Pittsburg; E. Uolden & Co.. 63 E. Federal St., Allegheny. Trade supplied by tteo, A. Kelly & Co- Plttuburg, Fa. aeZ7-4S-TTS Optical and Mathematical Instruments, Arti ficial Eyes, Medical Batteries. AU American and European Patented Eye Glass and Specta cle frames. Glasses perfectly adjusted. KORNBLUM. OPTICIAN NO. W FIFTH AVENUE. Telephone No. 1683. ap"-S6-DSu BEST BRANDS OF WH1SKT FE01I J2 TO S3 PER GALLONr BT F. ANDRTESSEN, 40 & 42-OHIO STREET, ALLEGHENY, PA. aplT-TTS BON1STALU & BIS1, IMPORTERS AND dealers in -wines, liquors and French cor dials for family use. Bole agents for Ban Gab riel Wine Company, California. 10 DIAMOND 8QUAKE, Pittsburg. Foreign produce a spec alty se22-bl3W-TT8 UAILROAD. PlTTSBtJBG AND CASTLE SHANNON E. E. Summer Time Table. On and after Mayl, 1889,. until farther notice, trains will runas follows on every day, except (Sunday. Eastern standard time: Leaving nttsburg-620 a. m., 7:10 a.m., S.-VOa-m.. 0:3. a. m., 113)1. m.. 1:40 p. in., 3:40 p. m., 5H0 p. m.. SOOp.m., 8:30p.m., 9:30 p.m., 11:30 p. in. Arllnztou-tstt a. m., 6:20 a. m 7:10 a.m., 8.-00 a.m., 1020a. m 1:00 p. m., 2:40p.m., 4:3) p.m., 6:10 p. m 5:50 p. m., .7:10 p.m., 10:30 p,m- Sunday trains, leaving rittsbnrg 10a.m.. 12:aop. m.2:30p.m., 6:10 p. m., 7:Krp-m., 9:30 p, m Arlington 9:10 a. m 12 m., 1.50 p. m., 4:20 p,jn. ,8:30 p. m., 8:00 p.m. JOHN JAHN, Bnpt. TJAMIMOEE AND OHIO KAIliKOAD X Schedule tn effect November 29, 1888. For Washington. D. C Baltimore. Philadelphia and New York, 11.30 a.m., and-10:20 p.m. For Wash ington, D. C;, Baltimorer Philadelphia and New York, t7:00 a. m. Jfor Cumberland,' 17:00, 11:30 a. ro.. and '10:20 p. ra. For Connellsvllle, t7:00 and '11:30 . nt tl:03L tlrtand"10:20p.a. ForOniontownijOO,tll:30a.m., -l:00snd'4:00p. p. For Mt. Pleasant, t7:00 and tll:30a. m,, tl:9 and t4.-00 p. m. For Washington; Pa.. 7:30i t9:30 a. w., 3i3ok tS:30 and 8:SOp. m. For Wheel and '8:80 p. m. 3:83 tik p. "7:30a. m., :: ing, - 7:30, t9:a.m. m. For Cln- cinnatl and St. Louis, "7:30a. m., 8:80r. m. For coinmhos, "7:30a.m.. '80 p.m. For Newark, 2:V"ra:a)a,.( 3:, "8:3fl-p. m. Jfor Chicago, 7:30, t9:30a. m.. "3:35 and S-M p. m. Trains ar rive from New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, 7:I0 a. m, and S JO p. m. Trom Colnmbns, Cincinnati and Chicago, 7:43 a. ra. ana 9:10 p. m. From Wheeling, 7:45, 10 JO a. m., tS.-OO, 9:10 p.m. Throngh sleeping csrs to Balti more, Washington and Cincinnati. For Wheeling, Columbus and Cincinnati. 11:53 p m (Saturday only). ConnelUyUlo ac at t8;30 am.- "llallT. tDaUy except Sunday. sSnnday only. The Pittsburg Tranncr Company wUl call for and check baggage trom hotels snd residences upon orders fell at B. 4 0. Ticket Office, cornet jihu avenue ana wooa street W. M. CLKMENTS, CBAB. O. SCULL, Gen. Pass. Atrt. wuciai U.1UUCQI. OANHANDLE BOUTE NOV.12, 1S88. UNION X. station, Central Standard Tin t. Leave for Cincinnati and St. Xouli, d 7:30 a.m., d 8:00 and d 11:15 p. m. Dennlson, 2:45 p. m Chicago, 12:05, d 11115 p.m. Wheeling, 7:30 a. m., 1J05. 6:10 p. m. titeubenville, 6t56 a. m. Washington. .55, 8.35a. m., 1:.:30, 45 p.m. Bulger, 10:18 K. in. Bnrgettstonn, Sli:35a.in . 5.25 p. m. Mana flela, 7:15, 11:0) a. m it8-33i W4U, p. m. Mc Donalds, d 4:15, d U.oon. in. From tbe West, a 1:50, dfiO, a. m.. 3 03. dS:55 p.m. DennlsoL, 9.38 s.Tn. steubenville, 5.05 p. m. Wheeling, 1:50, 8:45 a.m., 3.05, 5:55 p.m. Bnrgetts town, 7:15a. m.,8-05a.rn. Washington B: J-JO, :56 a. m 2:35, 830 p. in. Mansfield. 5:35, 9:00 a.m 12:4548:2OandJ0:ODp. m. Bolger, IrfQp. m. McDonalds, d 8 :35 a. m., d 9:00 p. m. d dally; S Sunday only; other train, except 8unday. ALLEGHENY VALLEY RA1LBOAD Trains leave Union Station (Eastern Standard time): Klttannlng Ac. :S6 a. m.t Niagara Ex. dally. 8:45 a. m.. llnlton Ac.. 10:10 a. m.; Valley Camp Ac, ,12:05 p. m.r Oil City and DuBois Ex pruss,2r30 p.m. ;llulun Ac.,3:Q0n.m. : Jiittannlng Ac.,M0Op.m.; BraeburaEx.,5:wp.io.: Klttnin. Ing Ac&.aOp. m.; -Braeborn Ae., 8:20p.m.: Hal ton Ac, 70 p. m.j BnSato Ex., dalty 8:SOp. m.; Holtoa Ac. 8:49 r. m. : Brsebnra At, 11J0 p. m. Church tnlnj Braebarn, 12:40p. m. and 9:35 p. m. PuUbub ff'ffriBr Cars between PiHrtwondJteiWoTjt H."OTLKY. 0, g, t, NEW ADVEKTKEXEXT?., ijpSBp NEW ABYEXT3SBXBSW. KAUFMANNS'1 MAGNETIC METHODS Are Being Purloined and Pirated by Jealous Rivals, but success through the that it is the unapproachable and1 Kaufmanns that causes their puny, and scowL To demonstrate how to successtuiiy emulate our metnoas we nave lust placed on saleAthe following, unexampled two bargains: $10 75 -FOB- Men's Fine Dress Suits, Worth The Suits are made of fine all-wool Cas simeres, "Worsteds, Ch evio ts, Cork screws, Wide and Narrow Wales, Tri cots, Serges, Yacht Cloths, eta, in large, small, broken and interwoven plaids, checks, some stripes, fancy mixtures and plain shades, eta; are cut in soft roll and button-up sack and cutaway frock styles, made and trimmed equal to custom work, while ( the fit is perfection j itself. $15 to $18, PS$$ FREE I Elegant Hall Stands, Fully' Rye Feet High. To make this special sale one that will be long remembered by our patrons, we have concluded to give a beautiful Mahogany Hall Stand free with every purchase of one of the above $10 75 or 7 8$ Suits. Our package wagon will deliver these hall stands free of charge at your residences, if desired. R iO V Q f J5ont tWnk yu've beea lef oat in the cold. We -fll5 s OI still continue to give a genuine League Ball-and - Batiree with every Joy's Suit. - KAUFMANNQ Fifth Avenue and Smithfield Street' KAILROADS. PENNSYLVANIA BAILHOAD ON AND after November 38, 1888. trains leave Union Station, flttsburr, as follow astern Standard Aimer MAIN LINE EASTWARD. New York and Chicago Limited of Pullman Yes. uouio aaiiy ax liua, ra. .Atlantic kx Man train- c press dally for the fast. 3:00 a.m. dairy, extent Sunday, 8.53 a.m. Snn- day. mall. SrfOa. m. Day express dally at 8.00 a. m. Mall express dally at 1 :OD p. m. Philadelphia express dally at 4 JO p. m, , Eastern express dally at 7:15 p. m. Fast r.tnn daily at 9:00 n. m. Oreensbarg express 5:10 p. m. week days. Alltfirongh trains connect at Jersey Cltywia r expren iiwb.iii. ww usys. tiA. llUiuiblim A nnavll fm UivLlvii V "V avoiding- double ferriage and Journey through u Y.City. iTalni arrire at UnionBtSaion as JOUows: 3Iail Train, dally 8:2) p. m. Western Express, daily 7:45 a. m. Jacillc Express, dally .....12:45 p.m. Chicago Limited Express, daUy 8:30 p.m. Fait Line, daily llsUp.m. BouTmvEar penn kailwax. For Onlontown, 0:0 and oWSa. m. and 4:25 p. m., without change of ears; L00 p. m., connect ing at Urcensbnrg. TralDt arrive from Union town at 9X5 a. m.. 120. 8:15 and 83) p.m. WKBT PENNSYLVANIA DIVISION. FromFEDEKAL ST. STATION, Allegheny City, llali train, connecting for Blalrsvllle... 8:4o a. m Express; for Blalrsvllle, connecting for Untlcr 2:15 p. ra- Butler Accom. 80 a. m 25and 3:13 p. m. Springdale Accom 11:40 a. m. and 8.20 p. m. Freeport Accom 4:00, 8:15 and lOJOp. ro. On Sunday.." 12:50 and 9:30 D.m. North Apollo Accom 10: W a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Allegheny Junction Accommodation connecting ror Butler 8:20 a.m. BUlrsvlllo Aceommodatlon liaop. m. Trains arrive at FEDEBALSTBEETbTATION: Express, connecting from Batter 10:35 a. m. Mall Train 2:p. m. Butler Accom. ........8:25 a. m., 4i40snd7:20p. m. Blalrsvllle Accommodation ,...9:o2p.m. Freenort Aeeom.7H0a.m.. l:a7raandllM0p. ro. Un Sunday........ IO:Ioa. m. and 70 p.m. Rprlngdale Accost. ...... .837 a. m., nnd3.-02p. m. North Anollo Accom 8i40n. m. and5i40p. m. -SlUONUAMELA DIVISION. Trains leave Union stitlon. L'ltunurg, as follows: Tor Monobgahela City, West Brownsville and Unlontown, 11a. m. For Moaongaheu City and Weet Brownsville; I .-86 and n a. m, and 4:40 p. ro. On Sunday. liM p. m. For Monongahela, City, 5:40 p.m., weec dava. Dravoibarg Ac, week days, 1:30 p. m. West Elizabeth Aceeraraedation, 8 J0a,m., 2.-V eauaud 11:35 p. m. Sunday, 9:40 p. m. Ticket offices Corner Fourth aveuus and Try street and Union station. OHAS.E.PUQH, J. K. WOOD, General Manacer. Gen'l 1'asi'r Atent. prrraTmG jsaiD western kailwax jl xraiasirs'isKiR'aiUBe) Leave Arrive. Batlcf Aeeotnmodstlon. 8.00 am 7 flu am traa am X-M pm 7:10 am 7:23 pm 4:SO iria. Day Ex.Ak'a,T.,Cl'n. Kane JeHttier AceoBuaooatlen.....,, cnicazo jsxpres (aaiiyi. S ew Cutlessd 9reeavnl UM am liOO PB1 taa am ZeMesople andJ-satwrgAe.. i48.piao urn - -vS t fingers of imitators. The publicfknows matchless opportunities presenteclby self-asserted rivals to squirmrtSflueal futile it is for chagrined competitors -TOB- Men's Fine! Suits, Worth $11 to ft $7,sf business Don't confound this offer with tie stereotyped phrase - of "Suits for so much, worth so -much' so frequent ly indulged in by? the Pittsburg cloth- iers. There is- no4 imagination or fic tion about this salel' If s a straight, down- right, bona-fide offers But call and see for yourself. You'll find these suits in sack and frock styles, " in fine all-wool ma terials; make and fit being first-class. -- LPL E4i II- IsHHH ISMM myr.p KAILROADS. PITTS Btntr. AND LAKE ERIE KAILBOAD COilPAN Y-Schedula In effect February 24, lo89. Central time: P. 4 L. E. K. E.-DlPABT-For Cleveland. SO, 7:40 A. M ISO, 4:14, "9:28 T. X. For Cinelnnau! Chicago and St. Louts, 5:25 x. x 1:20, ixar. x. For Buffalo, 10:20 A. If.. 4:15d0r.x. For Sala manca. "7:40 a. it., lo, 3J0 r. M. For Beaver Falls, 6:25, "7:40, 10:20 A.M.. 130, 3.10, 4:13, tax. "8:30 T. M. For Chartiers, 6SS, "sas, S JO, rtixa. 7:15, 8:40, tM, 95, 10:20 A. M.. 72:05, U:45, il.-i 1.-45, sao. 4:45, -sua, Ida, 8:2o, u-jor. x. Abstvx From Cleveland. 5.30 a. xn 1.H38. tiiO.'saOT. X. From Cincinnati. Chicago sad, Br. Louis. 1:0a, SaxP. X. From Buffalo. i-Mju TL., 10, 5:40 r. x. From Salamanca, 1:00, "saa P. X. From Yonsgstown. 5:30, 1-ja, 9r20 A. X.. 1:00; 8:40, "8:00 r. x. From Beaver Falls, Sao, 8:50, 7120, S30A.X., 'Ira, 1:35; il40, , F.IK From Chartleri. 5:10, 5:22, 5:30, 6:42, 8:50, 78. "7:30, 8:30, 90. 10:10 A. u., 120 noon, 12:30, 1:U, 105,''3:1i.AMtJ-Jo, SaXX 8:10. 8S40, sHtrix. P. McK. JtY.B. B DIPABT-ForNewHvea2 SdO a. M-3: r. X. For West Newton. Si30 A. 30 and 5:25 p. x. For New Haven, 7:10 a. xi-f 8undays, only. ASRivx-From New Haven. IOiOOA.x- 9ir. V. From WestNewton.8:I5. 10:00a. XSi08p.x- For JicKeesport and EUxabeth. 5 JO A. X. 8:30. 46, 8:25 P. X.. 17:10 A. X. From EUzabeth and McKeesport, tHi A. X tuu. -iu.wa. a.) -snap. x. Dairy. TSrni days only. E. HOXBKOOK, General Snperlntenuent. A. K. CLAKK. General Passenger Agent; City ticket office. 401 Smltbfleld street. PENN3VLVANIA COMPANY'S LINE3 February 10, 1880, Central Standard Time. TRAINS DEPAKT As fonowa from Union Station t For Cbleago, d 7:28 a. m d 12:30, d 10, d7:4i except Saturday. UOt . m. : Toledo, 7:26 a. m A 1230, d 1:00 aDd except aturday. lira p. m. ; Crestline. 5:43 a. m.; Uere land, :10, 7SS a.m., 12:35 and d 11:05 p.m. : New Cas tle and Youngstowu, 7:05 a, ra.. 12:20, 3:45p.m.; YoungstownandNUes, d 1230 p. m.: Mead-rUIe. Erie and Ashubnla. 76 a. tn., 12.20 p.m.; NUes and Jamestown. 3:45 d. m.z Masslllon, 4:10p. m.: I Wheeling and Betlalrc 6:10 a. m.. 13: J5, 3 30 p. m-t Beaver rails, 4.00, 5:05 p. m., S 330 a. m.; iew dale, 5:10 a. m. ALLEQHKNr-Rochester. 88 a. m.S -J-T JTalls, 8:15, 11K a. m.: Enoa. JK p. m.; Leeti- p. m.; Conway, lodo'n.m.; Fair Oaks, 3 11H0 a. -sl m.iLeeUdale, 8 8:30 p. m, -- TKA1NSAKK1VE Union station ftont CbWfC, . exeeptMondayla, derOO. dsas a.m- S, ltLt rfT bu: Toledo, except MondayiaX.d8J5a.a.7:7 J p. m. . uresuiae. z:io p. m.; ius" jw New Cattle. 9:10 al m.. 125. 7 J5. w.u p. ja.iaam, and Yoanntown. d7:p. ro.; Cleveland. 8 9 2C. ao, 7:40 a. ra.. Z3S, y. 235, 7:45 p. m. Wheeling and Bellalre, M w p. in.. . ir;r . m.: Erie ana .unisonis, a: Jamestown.' 9:10 a.m.; Beaver Falls, ,7:39 a. Masslllon. wmi a. m.. uea asi 1:10 p. m srr.p. in ; Leetsdaie, jujw p. m. - A1UUYB AUjMW "u" """"i ?.""" m.: Conway. S:50: Kochester.: .!.; Beavee, FtUs, 7:10 a. m 8:40 p. nr.; ijeejaoaw, -,, &f ?' k v :.,:$ issj rx ssSssTa.:Leeuule. s Saasp. m.j JlrS8:. sa. , . . "i immu4 fXE O'A j J, ?