Pittsburg dispatch. (Pittsburg [Pa.]) 1880-1923, June 01, 1889, Page 8, Image 8
;- -T 'I jyl y THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JTJttE V -.1889. 8 1 S 11 TJIBERGER'S MtJEDEH His Alleged Assassins Are Put on Trial for Their Lives. THE STORY OF THE AWFUL CRlE As Belated in Court ly the Horrified Witnesses of the Deed. THE KICELIB BOTH TRIED TOGETHER. An Imposing Galaxy ef Legal Talent Arrayed on Each Side of the Case. The trial or the Nicely brothers for the murder of Farmer Umberger was commenced at Somerset yesterday. Two witnesses were placed on the stand and gave 'heir story of the crime. Clothing worn by the accused was identified. A Tery large crowd is in attend ance. IFBOM A STAFF COKBESPOXDEXT.l Sosiebset, May 31. The famous Um berger murder case went to trial this after noon. Tne forenoon and a greater part of the afternoon were spent in getting a jury, and it is pronounced one of the most intelli gent juries that ever sat on a murder case in Somerset county. The only witnesses on the stand this afternoon were two very im portant ones. Miss Stern and Mrs. Umberger, the latter the wife of the murdered man. The former was employed in the Umber ger household, find a witness of the tragedy up to the time the pistol was pointed at Mr. Umberger, when she fled. Court adjourned at the conclusion of the direct examination of Mrs. Umberger. The story of the murder was listened to in breathless silence by the immense crowd in the courtroom. Every seat on the floor and in the gallery was occupied, and every inch of available standing room was filled. On the night of February 27, at a little after 7 o'clock, two men knocked at the door of Herman Umberger's residence in Jenner township- and were admitted. They searched the house on a pretense of having) a search, warrant to examine all places on the road. Thev saw the Tjocketbooks in which Mr. Umberger kept his money, and; when tne smaller man wno accompanied Mr. Umberger into the room adjoining the parlor had returned to the latter, the old' gentleman slipped the pocketbooks into the inside pocket ot his Test t THEIR SCHEME EXPOSED. On his return to the parlor the smaller oft; the two men aimed a revolver at him and, demanded his money or bis lire. Mr. Um berger threw up his hands and backed. The man fired five shots. Two struck Mr. Um-, berger and he reeled into the kitchen and' fell dead at the feet of his wife, who had run there to ring tbe big dinner bell. Miss Stern and Mrs. Umberger's grand- daughter. Nannie Horner, had run out.. Twenty thousand dollars in cash is the' amount supposed to have been in the? pocket books which were taken by the rob bers, beside papers of great value. The meat were muffled, as if to protect them from J coia, out reany to msguise memseives. Suspicion was directed toward David and' Joseph Nicely, of Ligonier township, West- moreland countr. because tnev nad been seen going in the direction of Nicely's onj the day of the murder. In court to-day 4 nandkercmeis wnicn were alleged to na,ve been tied round the face and head of one were shown and Miss Stern tied them around the District Attorney's face to show how they had been worn. Overcoats, boots, gumboots and a damaged hat were shown. SOUE STBOSG EVIDENCE. The latter, the property of one of the Nicely brothers, was identified by Miss Stern as having Wen worn by the man who fired thshots. The" handkerchiefs had also been tken from one of the Nicely brothers, jn- fross-examination Miss Stern's testi nony to ibe effect that she was sure the Nicely brothers were the men who com mitted the murder and robbery was greatly weakened by her inability to give good reasons for it Yesterday the defendants elected to be tried separately. The Com monwealth decided to try David Nicely first For some reason this did not suit the plans of the defense, and to-day they de cided to have both tried together. Their father aud.motb.er and their wives are here. They sat near the prisoners and looked much more concerned than either of them. The prisoners frequently whispered to gether, and during the cross-examination of Miss Stern frequently smiled, especially the smaller one. The only smile that crossed Miss Stern's countenance was at the comical Bppearance of the District Attorney when she tied the handkerchiefs aronnd his head and face. JUT ABBAY 01" TALENT. District Attorney Biesecker is assisted by Hon. John Cessna, ot Bedford; F. J. Koo zer, of Somerset, and S. U. Trent, of Pitts burg. General Conroth and General Koontz, ex-Congressmen from this district, and AY. H. Eupel, of this place, represent the defense. Constable Bough, who worked up the case against the Nicelys, and Henry Umberger, a brother of the murdered man, sat with the counsel for the prosecution dur ing the day. Simpson. COXT1CTIOS AND ACQUITTAL Follow an Honest Trial of Onr Methods of Business. Conviction You'll find us guilty of sell ing you the best furniture, carpets and house furnishings at lowest prices for cash or on easy payments. Acquittal You'll be relieved of suspi cions you may have held as to the practice of impositions such as exorbitant prices, ' shabby goods, shabby treatment, etc Call on "VV". B. Moyle & Co., No. 60 Federal st, Allegheny. ihssu B.&B. j-i Gentlemen, see our two special offers in umbrellas 26 and 28 inch, nice Gloria, elaborate handles, alpaca covers, silk cord and tassel, $2 and $2 50 respectively. Boggs & Buhl. Imported Winn. All the leading brands of port, sherry, madeira, claret, Bhein wines and cham pagnes. SCHUETZ, BENZIEHAUSES- & CO., 100 and 102 Market st, cor. First ave. B. dfcB. 100 dozen fine French black lisle stock ings, split feet, at 40 cents made to sell at 75 cents. Boggs & Buhl. Wall Fnper. Spring patterns of wall paper only 5c; best whites only 10c; cheapest wall paper in the country. Abthtjb, Schoitdelmteb & Co., G8 and 70 Ohio st, Allegheny. Fine Rye Whiskies. All the leading brands of pure rye whis kies; also brandies, gin, rum, Kimmel blackberry brandy. SCHTTETZ, RElTZTBHATJSEir & Co., 100 and 102 Market st , cor. First ave. D. dtoB. Gents' "Shawknit" half hose, light and - medium weights, 25 cenu. Boggs & Buitl. Great Barenlns 3A lu.i1 ..., f TT T T.vnnia A3R ,1 MUM VAUbU OT.p4tV Ml W. A.JM,... B W KM... -0 Market street. BemovaI Great Western Gnu Works removed to 706 Smithfield street, near Lib ,'erty. J. H. Johhstoit. kf3si in hm ddtrfttinn nf Rt -TOin' Tf H 1 SW ll,,wTCt l,i?H,li, TOa 4v.wnnvM.M. I STriltfleares P. & JL. E. depot 'at 6:40 A. at! HOW WE STAND. - Continued from Sixth Page. Mvprs.tTate. commission 191X100 Maglnn, F-, -wholesale candy 150,000 Mahood. E. B.. f rain kh 80,900 Matchner, W. N., box factory. 30,400 Marietta Chair Company, chairs .... 118,000 Marshall, 8. 8. & Bro., mined glass 25,000 Murdoch, Kcrr Co., printers 42,600 Montgomery, A., aale stable i 25,000 Maloney, W-C, scrap Iron 100,000 Morrison. John NV frames P McCalllsterBros., commission 110,000 McCraiken, H. J,, & Co., produce 60,000 McWhlnney & Co., wholesale saddlery... 149,300 McCague, B. S., grain 200,000 . . - r i. '-" . . . u'uyi uccracaen, ., soon, grain "-rrx McCor Bumburger, grocers 189,000 McK.ee, J. H.,4 Co., wholesale confec tioners 38,200 McCullough, Dalzell & Co., crucibles 200,000 McAbce. E. B., powder 100,000 McCarthy, Owen, saloon and restaurant 85,000 Mch.lnney& Bean. Hotel Anderson 230.300 McNally. J. A., -wholesale clothing.-.... 203,800 McKay, John, wholesale liquor 120" jNoreuy uanayLwmpany, canay JU?!x; National Cement Company, building sup. 50,000 2ease, W. & Co.. carriage hardware l&JOO Norrls, M. A., lumber 200,000 Oppenhelmcr, M. Co., -wholesale cloth in ing.. 282,000 175,000 100,000 3,000,000 28,000 300,000 100,000 Orr, A. C, -wholesale grocer. O'Kellly. J. J., brewers' supplies Philadelphia Company, natural gas Packer, O. H., lumber Pennsylvania Mining and Supply Com Danv. sewer nine Pickering, Thomas, furniture.. i.nn,.ini. iimn Porcine Company. stcei 104,100 Pittsburg Show Case ComDany . 35,300 Pennock, G. G., oil 37.J Presbyterian Book Store, books 65,000 Presbyterian Banner 50,000 Price, Will, gents' furnishing Ji'SSS -Pittsburg Salt Company, salt.. SSJZS Phillips, J. JtH., rubber goods 153,000 Ilea, B. B.. produce .f9-J5 Bensba-n, John A., grocer 115SS2 Kea&Co., pork t&ES Bex. 1). J., &Co., paper boxes JS'SSS Boberts&SteeU flour. 2??Sx Eamsev. J. S.. A Co., oil 31,400 Kcmlngton Bros., news advertising -'SS Keese, James, foundry 67,000 bcoble Parker, agricultural lmple- ments 153i! Scott, T. W., agricultural Implements ... 150,000 Starnaka, TV., fruit 50,000 Sterenson, G. W..Bro.,housefurnlshers 68,000 Stevenson, J 4. Co., provisions 17s$!5 Somers Bros. Co., commission 2,02S2 hchaiL Jacob, commission 5,'5 Schoeneck, P. C, furniture 95,800 Sampllner & Blch, wholesale cloaks 75,000 oirausurrger. d., wnoicsaie itiuiuiius... w Sbannon, W. T., 4 Son. wholesale dry goods 297,400 Smith. L. H., 4 Co., wholesale notions.. 130,000 bchaub. A., fruit 150,SSS Schonmaker & Co.. flour 30,000 Stewart, 1). G., commission.. 153,000 'Smith, J. P., Glass Company. 160,700 Standard Oil Company, oil 1,089,800 Sheffield. T., & Co:, tea. 50,000 Star t-ncauBtlc Tile Company, tile SS.200 Sharpless Bros., drygoods and silks. 200,000 sstuart & Coose, manufacturing agents... 100,000 'Sneer. A., ibons. plows 183,600 Singer Sewing Machine Company 71,000 Stevens, C L , chairs M.000 ;smlth, L.S., dental 30.000 'Sailor, A. U. clothing 200,000 Taylor & Bullock, cement 65,000 fuaie. ionn ai.. gas nxiures. .- 25,800 TfiR KnrJiestpr T nmhler ComnanT. tum blers 400,000 The Ft. Pitt Coal Company, coal 50,000 The Carrie Furnace Company 100,000 Thompson i, Booth, hotel and saloon 30,000 Union American Clg car Comnanv. clears. 200.000 IT. P. Kinrri nfPiihllnitlnn- bnnkl. ' G0.OJ0 United Presbyterian 27,500 Volgbt, L. IL, A Co., commission 51,300 .Van Gordon, U. W., commission 113,300 IVeach, B. F flour 100,000 Voskamp, B. H., 4 Co., flour 290,000 Vogelson, W. M,, confectionery 56.000 Wallace, John, commission 41,000 AVIlbert, Frank, 4 Bro., commission 62.000 Weisbrod. Wm.. commission 35.000 ,"Vliitley, V. H., agricultural implements 50,000 .Wilson, John, 4 Son, grocers ,.. 150,000 Wallace 4 Uotc. lnmber 700,000 I V olt H. A.. 4 Son, wholesale liquor. .... 110.000 .Well. J., 4 Co., malt 40,000 '-Walker, Ji. H., clay manufacturing com- (panv, 6ewerplpe 44,000 Westfnghouse Electric Co 1,000,000 Vray, U. A., oil 100,000 Williams, Theo., flour 100,000 Warden 4 Oxnard, oil 163 000 Weyman4Bro., tobacco 182,300 '"West, C. 4 Co., carriages 60,900 I heeler Wilson, sewing macnines a,uu Tr,nim,l.p Jt Itpnwn lnthlnir 147 S(10 Vounr.t Jlabood. tea 114.200 (ZelRler, Z. 4 W., mtat -50,000 FIFTH WABD. .Beinhaner. L. 4 Bon. undertaker t 25.000 f" ishfleld, George, grocer 28,200 insteln, Jacob, notions 30,000 Ua, P. L. 4 Son, bottlers 30,000 sev, W. F., planing mill. 50,000 uun.T'3 iioiei j,iui acvans. Cunnlnehan 4 Sons 50000 tjOnckert. F. J., pUnlngmlll 36.000 tSKoler, F., cooperage Z7.700 -tLevy, M., drygoods 60,000 i Murphy, John 4 Co., undertakers' sup- J1.CB .............................. AlilMT Morrow, Isaac, shoes 25.000 OlcMlehael, Thomas, feed 100,000 'Mcblinchey, Daniel, grocer 25,000 0elll, John, saloon 25,000 Pltfleld, G. C saloon. 35.000 Pltcnard, E. Z-, snoes 25,000 Rosenthal, I., drygoods. 50,000 Badcllffe, Alex., feed. 40.000 Fess. P. H.. saloon 25.000 JWllcor, H. P., teas 30,000 srxrn wabd. juronae. u. tw., frames 40,000 IBIndlev. Albion, lumber 30.000 IBeckert, C Jr., feed 40,000 IDressel, Andrew, meat 35,000 (Excelsor Flint Glass Works 92,000 fFergnson Bros., drygoods 40,000 lUermes, Peter, milk 60,000 IHammond 4 Co., Iron 87,500 iXocpp, J. U., furniture E0.000 x.ioya, a. on & uo.. iron... 43U,iW MUIuolland. J. J., machlnenr loaooo IMcCaffrey, Daniel, feed 70, X0 iuiros., Dncas 60.UJ0 tPler 4 Daniels, brewers snoonn fThe Armour Lithographing Company.... 60,000 BEVENTU WABD. ;Dithrllce4 Co.. class 2SS.50I1 jUohertyBros., lumber 100.000 iMcslcnn, 1'., grocer 25,000 'JlcCntcUeon 4 Ferguson, drygoods 50,000 jticuregor, w. 4., grocer 30,000 ISuccop, F. K., grocer 30,000 fTrecanowan, Thomas, pictures., 30,000 'Wilson, S. H., grocer. 30,000 aaronson, c, arvgooos Z5,000 Cunningham, K. B., tinware 25,000 Tinh Avenue Bank 200,000 Friday, J. H., grocer jo,000 Ountz. John, saloon. 2S.000 JHeaps, George, grocer 25,000 iPoerstal, ., 4 Co., cigars 75,000 EAILEOADS AT WAE. The Roclt Island Obliged to Reduce Bates to Meet Competition. Chicago, May 31. The Bock Island gave notice to-day that it would meet the rates of the Chicago, Burlington and North ern, between Chicago and St. Paul, on traffic originating in the Fast, to take effect June 3. It was the last road to succumb, and it did it to protect its local business. which it found would be affected by the re duction. It is expected that rates to Montana points will be reduced via Omaha, the Union Pacific authorizing the reduction to meet the competition via St Paul and the North ern Pacific CAK'T PEEYENT A DECREASE. Tho Public Debt Growing Rapidly Less, De aplto Big Pension Payments. Washington-, May 3L It is estimated at the Treasury Department that there has been a decrease of 8,000,000 in the public debt dnring the month of May, notwith standing the disbursement of nearly $12,- 000,000 during the month on account of pensions. The Treasury surplus is now stated at $54,000,000. Tho Fipes-BIcCoy Cose. Wheeldtg, W. "Va., May 3L Argu ment has continued all day in the famous Pipes-McCoy slander suit The evidence of the last two days has made a strong case for the plaintiff, and it is generally believed he will get at least nominal damages. The case will go to the jury to-morrow evening. IU superior excellence proven in millions of homes for more than a quarter of a century. It Is used by the United States Government. Indorsed by the heads of tbe great universities as the Strongest, Purest and most Healthful. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder does not contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Sold only In cans. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO. ITEWTORK. CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS. jny5-62-TTSeoSu PURE P?PRICf$ CREAM baking MAKING INDIAN Y0TEES. Secretary Noble DcnllnR Ont Farms to the Bed ill en A Growlnj; PoIIUcbI Factor In the West The Method of Froccdnrc WAsnurGTON', May 31. The Indian office agents are busily engaged in making allotments of land under the severalty act to the members of a number of Indian tribes throughout the West. Only those tribes are selected "where a willingness has been expressed to lold the land in this way, or when, iu the judgment of the officials, the Indians are suf ficiently civilized. At present allotments are being made to the Indians on the Qnapaw reservation, in the Indian Terri torv; at tbe Yankton reservation, in Dakota, and the Nez Perces reservation, in Idaho. The work of allotment has been in progress lor some time at "Warm Springs and Grand Bound reservations, in Oregon. There has been a temporary suspension of the work at Warm Spring, pending the settlement of the boundary line of that reservation. Secretary Noble has given authority for allotments to be made at Devil Lake reser vation, in Dakota, and at Oneida reserva tion, in Wisconsin. A patent is issued to the Indians for 160 acres each, or in case of grazing land twice that quantity. This patent exists for 25 years, when the fee simple of the land is made out to the In dians. When an Indian gets a patent to his land he becomes an Ameri can citizen and entitled to all the privileges of an American citizen. It in cludes the important privilege of Toting, and the Indian vote has become quite an important factor in politics id the West. Patents to lands have been issued to Indians from time to time under treaties, so that, with the additions to tbe number recently made under the severalty act, there are some 15,000 Indians to hold patents to their lands. There are some 3,000 allotments which have been prepared, but have not as yet been approved. As the work progresses the number of patents increases, with great rapidity and the time is not far distant when Indian reservations will be practic ally unknown. In cases where the Indians on a reservation have all received patents to land, the balance of the land will be pur chased by the Government under agreement with the Indians. Fob a disordered liver try Beecham's PlUs. Peaks' Soap the purest and best ever made. Hendricks & Co., 68 Federal, make the finest photographs in the two cities, for 51 a doz. Mebino, balbriggan and lisle underwear. James H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth ave. UELLMUTH I I LONDON, ONT., CANADA. One of the 1st Complete Mtotils in America. I NEXT TERM BEGINS! eMSEPTEMBER 41 X" EDUCATION OF YOUNG LADIES. AdiT.RN. POLLEGE English, M. A. J -PRINCIPAL, London, Ontario, Can. mySO-25-s CURED OF DYSPEPSIA ANP CATARRH. teT ;oi Mrs. Dr. Crossler, one of the Consulting Physi cians st tbe Catarrh and Dyspepsia Institute, 323 I'enn Avenue. What hundreds of people say must be true, and now Miss Mada Fritsch wishes to tell what has been done for her. Her stomach had caused her untold suffering and pain for years, her appetite was poor, and she experienced sneb a burning and distressed feeling in her stomach. Although she tried to be careful of what kinds of food she ate, yet nothing would remain on her stomach, for she would vomit up ber food regularly within half an hour after -eating. The catarrhal secretion that formed In her bead caused much nain over her '..es. and she was almost constantly trying to raise the tough, tenacious mucus that kept dropping from her head ibto her throat. Her bowels were costive, and she was very nervous. She began treatment" with the physicians of the Catarrh and Dyspepsia Institute at 323 Fenn avenae on March 11, and on May 15 declared herself cured. 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Fine Chemises, 25c up. Also Ladies' Dressing Sacques and Children's White Dresses at astonishingly low prices. geiVauin 510 TO 514 MARKET ST. ANP 27 FIFTH AVE. ,j. . rtf r r . r STEAMERS AND EXCURSIONS. AMERICAN LINE, Sailing every Wednesday .from Philadelphia and Liverpool. Passenger accommodations for all classes unsurpassed. Tickets sold to and from Great Britain and Ireland, Norway, Swe den, Denmark, etc. PETER WRIGHT- & SONS, General agents. 307 Walnut st, Philadelphia. Full information can he had of J. J. McCOR MIOK, Fourth averne and 8mithfield street. LOUIS MOESER, 616 Smithfield street. mhl3-66-TTS -UNAED LIME. NE EW YORK TO LrVEKPOOIi VIA QUEENS- H)HH, X BfJW. rUSM J HUllXtt JUYJiK. FAST EXPBESS MAIL SERVICE. Anrania. June J. 7 A M Bothnia, Jnneia, 10AM ttEtruna, June 22,1.30PM Anranla, Jane 29, 6 a m IGallla, July 3, 8:30 AM Gallia, JcneS, 9:90 am ttUmbrla, June 8. 1 p m gervla. Jnneja, 7 AM These steamers carry first-class passengers only, 1WU1 carry Intermediate, no steerage. Cabin passage, 0, SS0 and tl00;lntennediate. 35. Steerage tickets to and from all parti of. Europe at very low rates. YEKijON H. BKOWN CO., General Agents, . iJ5?w'n? Green, New York. J. J. MCCOEM1CK. Agent. Fourth ave. and Smlthfleld St., Pittsburg. myZ7-i State Line To Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin and Liverpool. FROM! NEW YORK EVERY THURSDAY. Cabin passage 135 to (5a according to location of stateroom. Excursion S65 to 90. Steerage to and from Europe at Lowest Bates. AUSTIN BALDWIN A CO., General Agents, H Broadway, NewYoric. J. J. McCORMICK. Agent, Pittsburg, Pa. mniz-D All American and European Patented Eye Glass anil Spectacle frames, with glasses of superior' quality, perfectly adjusted to the sight. A complete stock of Optical and Mathematical Instruments, "Medical Batteries, Fhofographlo Cameras. The largest and best assortment of Artificial Eyeaat KORNBLUIWS Optical Establishment, ' NO. 60 PD7TH AVENUE, NEAR WOOD STREET. Telephone No. 16SG. my26 63 J. DIAMOM), Optician, 32 Slacth. Street, DPlttslmror. Spectacles and Eyeglasses correctly adjusted to every defect of sight. Field and Opera Glasses, Telescopes, Microscopes, Barometers, Thermometers, etc. ARTIFICIAL EYES made to order and warranted. Always on hand a large and complete stock. jaS-TTSSU Almeria and Malaga Grapes, bananas, Florida Oranges and all kinds ot Foreign and Domestic Fruits, JOHN xhebe & CO., 608 LIBERTY STREET. noS-TTS ERNST AXTHELM, , MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL PELL HANGER. Repairing a specialty. 103 THIRD AVE., near Wood st xeiepnone oal. riTTSBUR rSBURG.PA. au25-e7owvs 21 - Tus itesfiiiii;n; During This Week III ML DEPARTMENTS Onr buyers have again returned from the East and have secured many new attractions, which will make our business livelier than ever. tW .L .NEW ADVERTISEMENTS DR. WOODS, 'Speoitllst In ih Cars of Rapture ind Chronlo Diseases Office at Hotel Albemarle, Penn Avenae and Sixth Street, PJttiburg, Pa. Dr. Woods has had a large practice in this branch of his profession without any public advertising, but as many who might have been useful and ornate members of society, fill untimely graves, whom he might have cured by seasonable treatment and given them "length of days," he has long felt it a duty he owes a the afflicted to step aside from the, restrictions of so-called med ical etiquette and announce to the public that he gives special attention vto a much neglected class of diseases. Many years ago Dr. Woods went through the prescribed course of medical study with his fellow students, received his diploma and took an equal stand in the profession with the best of his medical brethren; yet he is fully convinced from lengthened observation, that being a grad uate merely gives one no assurance or guarantee of a physician's skill. His sub sequent success in practice is tbe proper gauge by which to judge of his merits. On this severe and critical test Dr. Woods has stood and the elevated position he occupies in the medical profession makes itclear that his success has been unusual. Profession ally Dr. Woods relies on his own powers and resources, and has achieved a remarkable degree of perfection in diagnosis, which en ables him, at a glance, to comprehend the complications of obscure, new and anoma lous types of disease. He has given years of devoted study to his practice and effected such marvelous cures tbat the greatest as tonishment has been caused throughout the country. His services, therefore, are not to be measured by money; and those who are afflicted are false to themselves not to avail themselves to the full of his wonderfully successful modern method of treatment. Dr. Woods' treatment being mild and safe, his patients are in no case subjected to painful or unpleasant operations, and in the majority of instances they can pursue the course of treatment directed at their homes and without interruption to their usual voca tions. When possible the doctor prefers to see his patients; but when this is impossible bis successful system of treatment by corre spondence enables the afflicted in all parts of the world to avail themselves of the bene fit of his skill at a very small cost. Send 4 cents in stamps for question list. All com munications sacredly confidential. No charge for advice. Examinations are also free to those who desire tfeatment. De. E. A. Woods, Hotel Aibemabie, Penk Avenue and Sixth Steeet, ' PlTTSBtTBG, PA. Office hours, 10 a. m. to 12 M., 2 to 5 and 7 to-S p. m. my29 More Than One . , Step Higher. The old-time way of doing business is still in vogue. But not with us. The marking of prices in hieroglyphics, or in some cloudy manner that none but the seller can understand, and gauging the customer whether he'll pay a big or little price, is one notion of it. Ours is not a hieroglyphic price store. Did you ever examine the' marks and tickets upon our merchandise, and note tKese things? First, the price in unmis takable figures. Next, that money is re funded if purchase isn't satis factory. And herein our platform is broadest and grandest, be cause that ticket tells the story of quality wool, part wool, or cotton, whichever it is. If dealing in another store, see if you can find this out. This is the highest step, (and we plant ourselves firm ly on it), as the greatest "pro tection to customers. -$$- " Wanamaker & Brown, Sixth street and Fenn avenue. jel-p RAUJIOADS. BALTIMOKE AND OHIO RAILROAD -bcbednle In effect May 12, 1889. For Washing ton, l. u, Baltimore Philadelphia and Ne-w-York, 8:O0 a. m. and 9:20 p. m. l"or Cum berland, '8:00 a. m., $1:00, "8:20 p. m. For Con nellsTllle, J6:w and '8:00 a. m.. l:0e. MrtO and9:20p. m. For Unlontown, $8:40, '8:00a. m.. l:00andfl:00p. m. For Mount Pleatant,J8:40and i8J a. m., and tl:C0 and tl:W p. m. tor Washington, Fa.. '6:45, $8:40 a. m,, 3.J5, $5:33 and8 80 p. m. For Wheeling. "8:15. 9- m 3:35, sp. in. For Cincinnati and St. Louis. 8:45 a. m., 8:30p.m. ForColnmbus. :45and9: i. is., omu p. io, j: or i ewarjt. : .w . fl:20a. m. and !50 . m. Vrom Colnrabns. Cin cinnati and Chicago. "7:4S a. m. and"9:00 p. m. From Wheeling, 7i45, '10.50 a. m.. 45.00, 9.00 p. m. Through sleeping cars to Baltlnlore, Wash ington and Cincinnati. Wue&lng accommodation. 8:30 a. in.. Sunday only. UonnellsTllle accommodation at 58.33 a. m. Dally. $Dilly except Snnday. ssnndayonlr. Tho Pittsburg Transfer Company will call tor and check baggage from hotels and residences upon orders left at U. to. Ticket Office, corner Firth avenue- and Wood street. CHAd. O. SCULL, den. Pass. Agt. J.T.ODKLL. Oen.Mgr. TJANHANDLS KOUTE-MAY li 1889, UNIOH JT station. Central Standard Tiff. Lea," tat Cincinnati and St. Louis, d 7:30 a.m., d8.0p and d 11:13 p. m. Dennlson, 2:45 p. m. Chicago, 1IKB, aniW p. m. Wheeling, 7:30 a. m., O.M, 6:10 p.m. Stenben-nUe, 6:56 a. m. Washington: 5:55, 8:35 a. In., 1:55, 1:30, 4:55 p. m. Bulger, 10:14 a.m. Barge tUtown.Sli :35 a.m.. 6:p. m. Mans field, 7:13, 11:00a. m., 8:30, 48:35; 10:55, p.m. Mc Donalds, d IMS, dlO:JSp. m. ....... From tbe West, n1:i at&D, a. m.. StfS, aSAi p.m. Dennlsou, 9:30 a.m. SteubenTllle, 55 p. m. . Wheeling, 3:10, 8:45 a.m., 3.-06, 5:55 p.m. Bnrgetts town, 7:a. m., 8 9:06 a.m. Washington 8 :W. 70, 8:56 a, m 1:36, 830 p. m. Mansfield, d 5:35, 80 a. m., 12:46 d til) and M:09 p. m. Bulger, l:40p. m MoDoaalds, dfdSasu, dlrtOp. m. d dally; S Sunday only; otter trains, exec Bandar. ., NEW ADVERTISEMENTS $10 TEN DOLLARS. A PHENOMENAL HIT. $10 $10 A Spontaneous. Uprising of Purchasers. 10 KAUFMAN NS' Great $10 Men's Suit Sale Has Taken The Town by Storm. From all parts of the city and surround ing country the people come to take advan tage of this remarkable bargain sale. The news travels like a wild lire -that Kauf manns' are selling genuine $i and $20 Suits for $10. Everybody who buys one of these suits goes home delighted with his bargain and tells his friends and neigh bors about it. They, too, come and pur chase, and, in turn, send their acquaintances who also make a bee? line for the wonder ful $10 Suit sale and return home all smiles and packages. Thus the multiplying pro cess keeps on, and every hour the rush in creases. There'll be no let up, either, until every one of these fine $10 Suits has been disposed of. These goods, as previously announced, were purchased by us from a largely overstocked manufacturer of fine clothing. The price we paid for them aver ages $9 25, which actually is less than the value of the material and trimmings of each suit Seventy-five cents is all we expect to make per suit, hence $10 is the figure at which we offer you choice from the entire line Some 'of the very best patterns and styles are still here, but don't delay, if you , want them, as the rush is bigt and there is no telling how soon these wonderful bar- -gains will be sold. A few days, at th'e fur thest, will finish them. To give you an idea of what these suits are we need only say that they are made of such choice and fashionable materials as Wide Wales, Scotches, Pinhead Worsteds, blue, black and brown Corkscrew Worsteds, light, dark and medium stripes, checks, plaids and mixtures, etc There are suits turned out daily by the Pittsburg merchant tailors at from $30 to $35 which are not one whit better than these goods at $10. Depend upon it this is the chance of chances, the opportunity of opportunities for gentlemen in need of suits. Every man should avail himself, of this offer. They are suits cheap enough for the laborer and fine enough for the banker. Let nobody, therefore, stand back. A WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT. 5:: THIS IS THE WORD! "COKE3." :'. $10 10 $10 10 $10 $10 $10 10 10 $10 $10 $10 $10 10 $10 $10 $10 10 10 KAUFM ANNS' FIFTH AVE. and SMITHFIELD ST. THE MOST PROGRESSIVE CLOTHIERS OF THE AGE, 43Store Open Decoration Day Till Noon. $10 $10 KAILKOADS. PENMSXLVAN1A COMPANY'S. L1HE3 ilarlZ 1SB. Central Standard Time. TKA1NS DEPAKT As follows from Union Station: for Chicago, d 7rt3 a. a., a 12:20, d 1:00, d 7:15. except Saturday. 11:20 p. m,: Toledo, 7iZ5a.ni.. dti-SO. dl:00and except Saturday. 11:20 p.m.; Crestline. 5:45 a. m.: Clere land, 6:10.735 a.m, 11:45 and d U rtSjp.m. :Kew Cas-tle-and Tfoungstown, 7:05 a. m.. 12:20, 3:45p.m.; YoungstowaandftUes, d 12:2) p. m.; MeadTlIle, Krleand Ashtabula. 75 a. m., 12:20 p. m.; Miles and Jamestown, :5 p. m.: Muslllon. 4:10 p. m.; Wheeling and Bellalre, 6:10a. m., 12:45. 1:30 p. m Bearer falls. 4.-00, 5-05 p. m Bock .rolnt, S SXt a. in.: Leetsdale. 6 JO a.m. ALLEOHKNY-ltocbester. 6:SO a. m.; Bearer Kails, 8:15, 11:00 m.: Enon. 80 p. m.s Leets dale, 10:00. 11:45 a. m., 2.-C0, 4 OB, 4:45, J:3a t m, ,8:00 p. m.; Conway, 10:3) p.m.: Fair Oaks, S 11:40 a. m.: Leetsdale. 8 8:30 p. m. TKA1.N S AKK1VE Union station from Chicago, except Monday 1:50, d8:00. d8i3S a. m., d 6:30 p. m.: Toledo, except Monday 1:50, d 6:35 a. m.f 60 S. m.. Crestline, 2:10 p. m.: Yoongstoirn and ew Castle. :IOa. m., 1:23. 8:5a 10:15p. m.: Klles andYountstown. d6JSOp. m.tCleTeland, d 5:50 a. m.. Ida, 7rt p. m.; Wheeling and Bellalre, jW a. m 22S. 7 P- m-; Erl nd AshUbula, 1S5, 10:15 p. m.; Misslllon, VIM) a. m.; Nlles and Jamestown. S:10 a. m. ; BeaTer TaUs. 70 a, m lUOp. mJtockolnt, S 8:25 p. m.; Leetsdale, AKKIvSb ALLEGHEST-From Inon, 80 a. m.; Conway, 8:50; Boebester, 9:40 a. m.; Bearer Falls, 7:10 a. m, 5:45 p. m.: Leetsdale, 5:30, :U 7.1. . n.m i.r, Istn :3a 0:00 n. sa.: Fair daks, 8835a'. m.; Leetsdale, a 65 p. m.: KockJ olnt. 0 3:15 p. m. . J 8. Sunday Ponly: d, dally: other trains, excel ondar. "' umu. a ?;jd l. iu. Sunday. PnTSBUKGAMD LAKE EKIEKAIIOAB COMPANY-bchednla In effect February 24, 18891 Central time: , J.. V. L. K. K. B.-UirABT-For Clerelan l& 7:40A.M.. 130, 4:15, -9:30P. M. foj.CIgn" Chicago and StLools, -', "$. J-JJ-For Buffalo. 7:40 A. M.. 4:15, 9:30P. M, . or Sila- Falls. 5:25, 1-.K, 10:M A. Jt.. 10B.SM, 4:15. 50. saoVit. For Chartlers. 3:15, 3B5. J J700, T.U, 8:40, -8.-W, 9SS, lOA. jr.. IMS, 12:48, 11:25, 1)45. 3:30. 4:45, 'i-.K.Jiai.'S:. 10:g T. H. Anitrvi From Clereland, S) A. it.. 1.-00. 5:40. "SiOOP. jr. From Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis. l.-OO, t-M r. u. Frcm Buffalo. 5:30 a. JC. 1.-qp,5:40P. M. From SaUmanea, -lao, -80 P.M. FromYonngstown. If "6:50, 9:20 A. M, liOO. 8:40. a.-oo p. M. FromAearer FaUs, 5:3 From Chartlers, 5:1a 5-T5.3 "J6.42, -6:54 78, -70, 80, JSSl, 10:10 A. I4MST0 noon, 12O0, "1:12, 1KI5, "3:42, 40, 4:T5, 5:1U. o:w, -v:izr. m. V., ilcK. &Y. K. K. 4)KPAKT-For h ewBaren, S:30A. M..3:90P.M. 'Jtt Westaewton, taji. H., 3: and 5:25 P.M, ew U.iren. 7:10 a. k.. bundars, only. AliiUTE From Haren, 10:0O A. M . 5.05 P. 1.6:15. WM. ..55P.M. M. rom west For McKeespoi and EluaMtn, j:wjuh.i 10 A.M. and McKeesport, 6J3 A. M.. '5:05 P.M. From Klliat- 7:30. '10:00 a, n11v 44 JIldaTS onlr. I, tf.VW Kt i -i''U.KJL,'.i- Til: in .... A. E. LABKTeneral Passenger Agent. City tick office. 40mmlthneia street. PITH n oner time w m 1' '-UID CASTLE SHAMNON B. B. e Table. On and after May I, otlce, trains will run as follows t Bandar. Eastern sUndard ittsbnrg-eoa a. m., ii. m.. L. liafla. m.. 1:40 p. ra.. 3:40p. n-5:40 a. m., tiX a. m.. 7:10 ? a. m irao p. m.. z:w p. m.. 6:50 p. ra., 7:10p.m.. 10:39 Hearing rKHOurg 1 a.ra.. I BI1U p. JU. liJCV yfm Bk.f WmOV ,m:. is m.. imi p. m- a ).VMIMAA 5ji AT II $10 $10 $10 10 m 10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 S10 X after. May 12, ISS0. trains leare Union Station, Pittsburg, as follows. Eastern Standard Timet MAIN LUTE EASTWARD. Hew York and Chicago Limited or Pullman Ves tibule dally al 7:13 a. m. Atlantic Express dally for the East, 320 a.m. Man train, dally, except Sunday, 5:30 a. m. ban day, mall, 8.40 a. m. Day express daily at 80 a. m. Mall express dally at 10 p. m. Philadelphia express dally at 4:30 p. m. Eastern express dally at 7:15 p. m. Fast Line dally at 8:10 p. m. GreensDargexpresss:iop. m. weekdays. Berry express 11:00 a. m. week days. All through trains connect at Jersey Cltywlta. boau of "Brooklyn Annex" for Brooklyn. K. Y aroldlngdonble ferriage and Journey through 3. Y.Clty. 'l'ralns arrtre at Union Station as follows: Mall Train, dally 8:10p.m. Western Express, dally 7:43 a. m. Pacific Express, dally 12:45 p.m. Chicago Limited Express, dally 8:90 p.m. FastLlne. dally. .. 11:35 p.m. souxiiwEsr risuxi kailwai. For Unlontown, 5:30 ana 8:35 m. m. and 43 p. m without ebanga of ears: 12.50 p. m., conneo lng at Oreensburg. Trains arrtre ifrom Unloar town at 9:45jwwJ-2ft. iLrlIJn. nr.x' WXarPENNSYLYAli'IA uivisioa. FraKVEDEKAL ST. STATIOX. Allegheny CUT. JUUtraln, connecting for itlalrsrllle... 6:45 a. m. JftrrcssTfor Ulalrsrllle, connecting for f Bntler 8:15 p. ra. Butler Accost 3:20 a. m 25 and 5:45 p. m.. 8prlngdileAcconi90.11d0a.m.30and 60 p.m. Freeport Accom 4:15. 8:30 and 11:40 p. m. On Snnday 12:50 and SJOp. m. Morth Apollo Aceom.....llaa. m. and 10 p. m. Allegheny Jnnctlon Accommodation connecting for Butler 8:20 a. m. Ulalrsrllle Accommodation 10:40 p, m. Trains arrtre at FEOEBAL STREET STATION t Express, connecting from Bntler 10:35 a. m. Mall Train. 1:45 p.m. Butler Accom 9:10 a. m., 4:40 and 7a) p. m. Blalrrrllle Accommodation 92p. m. Frcerwrt Accom.7:40a.m..l:I5,7iOandll:10p. m. On Sunday 10:10 a. m. mnd7:COp. m. Sprlngdale Accom. ...8:37, 11:18 a.m., J S3, 8:30 p. m. Aorth Apollo Accom 8:40a. m. and 5:40 p. m. MON OiN Q All EL, A DIVISION. Trains leare Union station. Plttsourg, as follows: For Moaongahela City. West Brownsrllle and Unlontown. 11 a. m. For Monongaheia City and West Brownsrllle, 73 and U a. m, and 4:40 p. ra. On Sunday, 11 p. m. For Monongaheia City, 5:49 p. m.. week dars. llrarosburg Ac, weekdays, 320 p. m. Wen Elizabeth Accommodation, 8:20a.m., 20, 6u and 113 p. m. Sunday, 9:40 p.m. Ticket offices Corner Fourth arenus andBT street and Union station. CHAS. n. PUOIL, J. K. WOOD. General Manager. GenH Pass'r Agent. ALLEGHENY VALLEY BA1LKOAH Trains leare Union Sutlon (Eastern standard lime): Klttannlng Ac. 6.55 a. m.: Niagara Ex daUy 8:45 a. nu. Uulton Ac. 10.W a. m, ."t Camp Ac, H5 v. m.; OU City and IWBola Ex press,20 p.m. ;Bultn Aff.,3dp.m. : Klttannlnr Ac, 40i.m.; Braeburn Ex.,6Op.m.: Klt13 lngAcSJOp.m.; Braebum Ac, 6:20 p.m.: Hut ton Ac, 73) p. m.: Buffalo .Ex., dally. t-Mp. m.; Hulton Ac. 9:45 n. m.: Braeburn Ac. anev. m. Church tralns-Braeburn, 120p. nu ; and 9JB p. m. Pullman Sleeping Cars between -, Pittsburg and Buffalo. E. H. UTLEY. G. F. v P. A.! A) AVID MCUABUO. Gen. Snpt. PrnsBUKG and western kailwax: Trains (Cet'l sun'dtlme) I Leare I Arrtre. Butler Accommodation Day Ex. Ak'n,ToL, Cl'n. Kane Butler Accommodation Chicago Express (dally) New Castle and GmnrUleEx Zelleaoplr andFoxburg Ac. 60 am 70 am 920 am 7:10 is 73 pm 40 Dm, tZ-JO pm 115 am irau pm 4:40 Dm Bsn ant 5:38 in wJnWt JUa QUUlltmQB U uBa 8:40 nni 2:: irstclaMfareWChlCfTto, !0M. Second I. . losa oeach and pnirmi; tela as. I 1 59. . 36roi coach ana pnuass jsoseKsfMB. f , M M. lalUiu. Alllf. -'.BK. G fr ,' lted, London.