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F "LOTE'S MANY L0JES.
A Carious Eevelation Brought Out in
Settling Up an Estate,
IN WHIGH JUSTICE MAI BE DONE.
Illegal Liquor Sellers Handled by Judge
GEKEBALKEWS OP TflE COMTI CODETS
The account of James L. Orr, admin
istrator ot the estate of Samuel O. R. Love,
uas approved in the Orphans' Court yester
day. Love was a resident of Allegheny.
Upon his death a couple of years ago a claim
for her share was filed b? Ada Olipbant, who
asserted that she was Love's widow. Her
claim was contested, and though it was shown
that she had lived with Love and passed as his
wife, she could not prove '.hat a marriage cere
mony was ever performed Site then withdrew
her claim for tbe widow's share, and presented
a bill against tbe estate for S3 per w oelc wages
as housekeeper for tbe time she lived with
Love. Tbe Court held that she had not acted
in the capacit of a serw-nt, and ruled out her
bill for tt ages.
Following close upon the heels of tbe first
claimant now comes another after tbe widow's
portion. The last showe 1 conclusively to Ad
ministrator urr mat sse was in reality wo
widow of Lov-, Sue had lived with him up to
1SS4, when he one day showed her a legal look
ing document, wbich he said was a divorce be
had procured from her, and that she would
have to leave him. Mrs. Love took her child,
and, believing that she was divorced, went
away, bbe supported herself for a time and
eventually married again. She bad only lived
witb her second husband a short time, when
she learned, through friends, that Love had
imposed Upon her and that she bad not been
divorced. She immediately left her second
husband, and shortly afterward Love died.
She now wants to claim Love's estate for her
self and child. Tbe administrator has allowed
ier claim, but when Love's debts are all paid
&be will not get more than foOO.
Tbe facts brought forth by Mrs. Love tend to
strengthen bcliet in tbe story of Miss Olipbant,
tbe first claimant, wbo stated tbat she really
believed tbat sbe was the wife of Love, because,
if he would deceive bis wife about a divorce he
would deceive her about marriage.
ILLEGAL LIQUOR SELLERS
Tried in Open Conrt nnd Indicted by tbe
In the Criminal Court yesterday Samuel B.
Oberbelman, tried for selling liquor without
license and on Sunday, in Sevriekley, was con
victed on both charges. F. Bwalman, of tbe
the Soutbside, pleaded guilty of selling liquor
without license and on Sunday. Tbe informa
tion was made by Inspector McEelvey.
Tbe suits of William Short and Edward
Gould against the Pittsburg and Birmingham
Passenger Railway Company for damages for
false arret are on trial before Judge Slagle.
Gould and Short, it is stated, had an alterca
tion with the conductor of a car In reference to
smoking. Tbey were pnt off the car and an
officer called, and tbey were arrested and
locked up. Tbey were afterward discharged,
and claim damages, alleging that the conductor
was the one at fault.
Samel Devlin and wife yesterday entered suit
against Clarence Goldman and Pollco Officer
James Milllgan, of Allegheny, for $5,000 dam
ages for false arrest.
To-dnj Trial Lists.
Common Pleas Ko. 1 Mahneko vs
Llewellyn; Paxon et Ux. vs Millvale borough;
Golden, executor, vs McLaughlin; Ingold vs
ilcKeesport Light Company; Frascr et al. vs
La Uoria Minpg Company; American Tube
and Iron Company vs St. Clair Light and Fnel
Company (two cases); Emmons vs Crorton;
Brubach vs Brinkle; Marlarkey vs Wolf; Wba
len vs Daley; bieeth vs Pittsburg Traction Com
pany; Coogban et ux vs Cbarticrs borougb, (two
cases); Bowe et al. vs Lynn.
Common Fleas No. 2 Longenhelm et ah vs
Iron Workers B. & L. Association; Yorhum vs
Iron Workers B. fc L. Association; Lewis vs
Robinson et ux.
Criminal Court Commonwealth vs Barney
Scanlon, Walter H. "Wagner, John Kennedy,
Michael Martahusz, William Kohler, Bridget
Connelly, Philip "Wiltz, Thomas Forrester, F.
Bwalman. Sextns Helnlein, Elijah Hart,
Thomas Byerly, H. O. Bauman. Muses Frue
berg et at, John Lutz, C. L. Beck. William
Carroll, Dennis Mayher, W. Williams, Bnelah
Baker, Edward Crawford, John Simpson. W.
B. Shaner etal (2). John A. Slemmons (2). Wm.
Frisbee et aL. Kettle Wagner, Annlo Wilson,
Indicting Illccal Liquor Sellers.
The Grand Jury yesterday returned the fol
lowing true bills: Thomas Aldridge, John
Ciackerty. Patrick Costello, Joseph Cbristice
weiz. John Gulentz, Thomas Hanley, John
Printz, Thomas Kearney, selling liquor with
out a license; Patrick Costello, Joseph Christ
iceweiz, John Gulentz, Thomas Kearney, sell
ing liquor on Sunday: John Gulentz, selling
liquor to minors: Jessie Connre. embezzle
ment; Israel Davis, damage by bailee; Dennis
Davis, carrying concealed weapons: Luke Gor
don, Jack Hart, assault and battery; Joseph
Schuga, alias Joseph Csey. assault and battery;
Walter H. Wagner, bigamy; Ella Crossley,
jKhe L-nored bills were: John Jones, per
mltttsg a pnsoner to escape; Eliza Hart, sell
ing liqnor without a license; James Demston,
assault and battery.
Audit List for To-Day.
Estate of Accountant,
Hunter Richey. Wm.E. Carothers.
M. McCnllongn, Jr... ..J. H. Kerr et aL
Martha Ford. R F. Johnston.
Bachael Shopene Frank Shopene.
Jacob Lashcll George A. LashelL
Jacob Mangold Adam Mangold.
B. L. Fahnestock B. B. Fahnestock.
Mary A. Bell Wm. F. Bell CtaL
M-Keil George Beilstein.
Henry Goldstrobm Lena Goldstrohm.
MaryMershon H. L. Mershon.
Hannah E. Clements.. .Thomas T. Broun.
Catherine Toner. T. B. Moreland.
Cornelius Shaner. Deborah Shaner.
, WalbergerSbreiber....M. Schmidt
' Henry Schultz Daniel Harrison.
What Lawyers Have Done.
Wixxxax M. Hall, Jil, was admitted to
the bar yesterday.
John W. Patteksox, the crier of the
Criminal Court, is lying at his home in West
Liberty borough, seriously ill.
Ik the suit of John Wanamaker against
Hoenigk Bros., an action on an account, a ver
dict was rendered yesterday for Ui3 I Jr the
Samuel altos; tried for exposing poison
in his garden at Elizabeth for the benefit of
chickens, dogs, etc., sued by Thomas Cody,
was found not guilty.
Mes. Mabgabet J. Tatlob yesterday sued
for a divorce from Henry J. Taylor. The couple
were married in 1873. Mrs. Taylor alleges that
her hnsband abused her.
Is the suit of James "W. Friend against the
city of Pittsburg, to recover on old Temper
anceville borough street improvement bonds, a
verdict was given for the plaintiff yesterday for
Jakes Webeb and Elmer Melvin, two small
boys, pleaded guilty to tbe larceny of cigars,
tobacco and J28 from the storo of Thomas At
kinson. Jndge White, on account of their
youth, suspended sentence on payment of
John Adahs, of Braddock, is on trial for
forgery. Adams Is acensed by J. G. Kelly,
cashier of tbe Braddock National Bank, with
having forged the name of John Glunt to a
check for SJ5Q, and presenting it at tbe bank for
A charter was filed in tbe recorder's office
jesteraay, lor tbe liculah 1'arkM, E. Chnrch,
of Versailles township. The trustees are B. R,
Isenburg, J. B. Thompson. William Chapman,
Eichard Easier. K. H. Scbulte, Henry. V. s!
Kevins and Henry B. Starkamp.
Judge Collier yesterday heard arguments
for a new trial In the case of J. F. Aldricb, who
was convicted of bunkolnz Mr. Lemon, of Al
legheny, out of 810.000. Affidavits from a num
ber of people in Kansas were read to tbe effect
that Aldrichwasin Kansas on the day .Mr.
Lemon was robbed.
William Duxlap yesterday entered suit
against J. B. Ford for JL500 damages. Dunlap
states that he operates a ferry at Leslie's Ferry,
on the Allegheny river at Creighton station,
which privilege he leased from Ford. The
latter has since erected a row of bouses across
the way leading to the ferry, shutting off aU
Approach to it and ruining Dunlap's business.-
For Divorce From Train' Bon.
reraciAL TsxEonui to the ispatch.j
Kew Yobe, September 21 Lawyer
Frank Eudd, as counsel for Mrs. Alice
Train, wlfeof George Francis Train, Jr., yes
terday filed the summons and complaint in
a suit for absolute divorce from her husband
The. parties concerned refuse all Information
FEED WAED A STEAM PE1NTEE,
The Ex-FInancler Improvise In the Trade
lie line Learned.
rSPKCIAl TELEGRAM TO THE DrSPATCB.1
Sing Sino, K. Y., September 24.
Financier Ferdinand Ward, late of "Wall
street, New York, has risen to the dignity
of being classed as a steam job printer. His
little printing office in Sing Sing prison has
recently been equipped with an addition to
the plant in tbe shape of a half-medium
Gordon press. It is run by steam power, a belt
being attached to the shafting which rnns
the se win i- machines in the clothine shoo
overhead. "Ward is highly pleased with his
acquisition, and spends much time in pol
ishing it up. Heretofore he has done all
his work on a little, amateur treadle press.
"When he had a job which was too large for
the sixe ofthe press he used to work it off by
ingeniously printing part of it at a time.
Practical printers who have visited the in
stitution have wondered how he did some of
the work, the lines being joined together so
accurately. His new press allows him to
print the largest blank required in the
prison without trouble.
Ward has improved very much in bis
style of printing lately, turning out work
with a professional finish. He had a razzle
dazzle idea of punctuation when he first
started at work for the State oi New York,
but he can now stick periods, comma and
exclamation points In their proper places.
FEAUD IS ALLEGED.
Mr. L. K. Vale Secnrts Goods to tbe Amount
or 8176 62, Which He Sells.
Mr. L. K. Vale, of Pleasant Valley, will
be tried before Alderman Doughty this
morning on a charge of fraud. He is ac
cused of defrauding William H.J?age and
William F. Andevreid, who compose n
Philadelphia tea firm, of 18)4 chests of tea
worth S1TG.62. Mr. Koerner, tbe
agent of the company iu this city,
recommended Vale to the firm
although the latter is not a tea dealer, and
only keeps an ordinary stand in the Al
legheny Market. Vale secreted the tea in
his own home and sold it for a. little over
$80. The exact connection of the agent
with the whole transaction is not known,
but it will be investigated. Mr. Vale is
held in $1,000 bail to await the hearing.
TflE BIG COAL TBUST.
Captain Harry Brown Expatiates on the
Condition of Affairs at Present
Concerning the operation of the coal syn
dicate Captain Harry Brown said yester
day: "A number of the operators have de
cided to retain a half interest in their mines
by taking stock in the new company to tbe
extent of one-half the amount for which
they sell. Nothing definite in the deal will
be known belore the middle of December,
when the options expire. None of us know
the capitalists are behind the affair, whether
they are English or Americans.
There will be an anvantage in putting the
mines under the control of one company.
There will be no cutting of prices and the
business can be conduced with a great sav
ing of expenses, and no rate cutting."
CHAL5IEBS CAN HATE IT.
A Nomination Tbat Nobody' Will Likely
Ban to Obtain.
rSFSCtll. TELEOILUt TO TSE DISPATCH.
Jackson, Miss., September 24. The
first Republican convention that has as
sembled here in years will meet to-morrow
for the purpose of nominating a State ticket.
General J. B. Chalmers, B. K. Bruce, John
E. Lynch and other prominent party leaders
have arrived. There is a general belief
that Chalmers can have the nomination for
Governor if he desires it, though it is prob
able that be will not accept.
There is an element in the party; opposed
to nominating a ticket at all, but it is not
probable that it will develop much strength
in the convention to-morrow.
GAMBLERS AND LOTTERIES.
Tbo Chicago Authorities Will Take Prompt
Actloa Against Both.
Chicago, Septenber 24. Longenecker
has turned over the cases of tbe gamblers
and lottery men to his assistant, Mr. Kec
ley, wbo will present the facts to tbe grand
jury and help them to carry out Judge H Or
ion's charge to the best of his'ability. They
will probably begin their investigations in
these directions next week.
A Ken- Railroad Deal.
ISFECIU. TXXEGBAX TO THE DISFATCH.I
Cixcixkati, September 24. A rumor is
afloat here that the Big Four has secured
control of the stock of the Cincinnati, Ham
ilton and Dayton Railway, and will some
time this week add it to the Big Four sys
tem. Vice President Woodford, of the
Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton, however,
says he knows nothing of any movement of
this sort, and furthermore does not believe
tbe rumor has any basis of truth.
Sole Support of tbe Family.
Jag. H. Tomlinson, who fell from a ladder
at Braddock yesterday and was instantly
killed, was the youngest of a family of
seven children whose father has been in the
insane asylum for the past 17 years. By in
dustry and hard work the mother of the un
fortunate young man has accumulated a
comfortable home. The young man was the
mainstay of the bereaved family, the re
mainder of the children being girls.
Coming With an Important Letter.
(SPECIAL TXLZOKAK TO TBE DISPATCH. 1
Nktt York. September 24. The Catholic
Seu s received the following dispatch from
its correspondent at Borne yesterday: "The
Et. Bev. Mgr. O'Consell, rector of the
American College, left to-day for America.
He brings an important papal letter regard
ing the centennial of the establishment of
the Catholic hierarchy in the United
' Find It a Naisnnce.
The Allegheny Board of Health, after in
vestigation, found that in nearly every case
the butchers of Allegheny have been ip the
habit of dumping offal into the sewers. Ref
use is also being dumped into Butchers'
run promiscuously by everybody. The
offenders will be notified, and If they persist
in these misdemeanors, will be prosecuted.
Opening Next itnrday. (
The Industrial School for Little Girls,
under the auspices of the Young Woman's
Christian Association, will be opened at the
Sixth TJ. P. Chnrch, Collins avenue, next
A TIMELY CUP OP
lithe Beit of All Known Gingers.
AN AMERICAN IMITATION.
The Discovery ofn Dead Body Mutilated In
ibe Moat Approved Whltechapcl
Fashion School Children the
First to Find It.
Chicago, September 21. A Jack-the-Bipper
case came to light in the little
suburban town of Clyde, this morning.
The mutilated body of a man was found
lying on the prairie near tbat village. The
body was in sections and not all of it -was
there. The head was neatly severed irom
the body and from which all the vital
organs had been removed. Portions of
limbs were strewed around, and fragments
as from a dissecting table.
Gny Bennett, of Clyde, says: "The body
was first seen by some children on their way
to school yesterday morning, but the police
did not bear of it until last night some time.
I and another boy saw the body about 8
o'clock. It was dare, and we could not see
very plainly by lantern light. One-half of
the man's face, as near as we conld tell, bad
been cut off, and the skin had been removed
from the upper part of the body. The bands
seemed to have been cut off at the wrists,
and the fingers at the second joint."
"Were the bands near the arms?"
"Ko; I think they bad been put into a
glass jar and covered with cotton batting.
The jar seemed to have been thrown out of a
wagon, and to have been broken in the fall.
It was in pieces when I saw it. It was lying
right alongside the road just as if it had been
dumped out of a wagon in a hurry. There
mains were stark naked, and presented a
horrible sight lying there among the weeds."
ENTICING GIRLS TO STEAL.
A Very Strong Cnse Made Against tho
Alleged Female Fagln.
Chicago, September 24. Sophie Haak,
the alleged female Fagin, was brought before
Justice Kersten this morning. The case oi
the four small girls said to have been living
with Mrs. Haak was also before the Justice
at the same time. The mothers of he girls
appeared in court, and their testimony was
all to the same effect tbat Mrs. Haak in
duced their daughters to stay from home
and live with her, for what purpose they did
not know. Mrs. Meyer, the mother of
Emma, said tbat she could not any longer
exercise the least influence over the erring
child, and said that iu spite of her plead
ings and warnings, Emma would go to live
with Mrs. Haak.
It was proved that Emma had stolen some
property and bad given it to Mrs. Haak.
Mrs. Haak refused to give it up to the offi
cers when they asked for it, but to the Court
this morning she acknowledged receiving
the stolen property from Emma Meyer. She
denied that she had advised the girl to steal
it. The girls were discharged under their
promises of reformation, and the woman
was held in bonds to await tbe action of the
HE HAD A SLIDING SCALE.
A Man Sell Hla Wife for 810, and a Child
at Half That Snm.
Chicago, September 24. There was a
peculiar casebeiore Justice Prindeville this
morning. James Nicollet, a short, but good
looking Italian, accused bis wife, Emily,
with having deserted him for Salvatore
Lcmor, a dark-skinned son of Italy. Emily
is an American, and she bad a bright-eyed
little girl, of perhaps 5 years, with her.
The woman said that her husband had
tired of her, and had sold her to Salvatore
for $10. Salvatore corroborated the state
ment, and the woman said further that the
child was not her husband's, as he bad sold
it, also, for $0. Nothing was done by the
Justice iu regard to those matters, but
Lenior was fined $30 for carrying concealed
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and my balraU fell out, until I was entirely
baldbeaded; it then broke out on my arms and
shoulders, until ity arms were just one sore. It
covered my entire body, my face, head and
shoulders being the worst. The white scabs
fell constantly from my head, shoulders and
arms; the skin would thicken and bo red and
very itchy, and would crack and bleed If
scratched. Alter spending many hundreds of
dollars, 1 was pronounced Incurable. I heard
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SO THE DOCTOES SAID.
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the chest, short breath, and I felt tired all tbe
time. As I crew weaker I suffered with
those terrible night sweats. My father took me
to 20 physicians who said I Could not be cured.
I doctored with many physicians, but got
no better. After 14 years ot suffering I began
treatment with tbe physicians ot the Catarrh
and Dyspepsia Institute, 823 Penn avenue, to
whom I owe my recovery. My cough is gone.
I have no dizziness, ringing in the ears, head
ache or nigbt sweats any more. Tho pain and
soreness in my stomach have lett me. My food
digests well, so tbat now no gas forms in my
stomach. My throat used to be so sore I could
hardly swallow. That Is cured. I feel well
and strong, and why should I not praise these
doctors for tbus saving me from such an un
timely death?" MISS LYDIA MORGAN. Kear
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Repairing a specialty.
103 THIRD AVE., near Wood St.
Telephone 851. PITTSBURG, PA.
LADIES' AND MISSES' WRAPS, JACKETS, Etc, A WONDERFUL DISPLAY.
Will lay out for jour Inspection one of the largest stocks of Ladies, Misses and Children's Cloaks,
Wraps, etc., ever exhibited in this vicinity. All tbe newest styles of material, weave and fashion
are here, while tho prices are such as to be APPROACHABLE BY ANY AND ALL IN QUEST
OF FALL OR WINTER GARMENTS.
We'll show yon a matrniflcent, collection of Ladles' English Seal Plush Jackets, perfection
in fashion and finish, at S15 each. This Is undoubtedly the lowest price ever quoted for this gar
ment, here or anywhere else.
Then we'll lay out 100 Ladles' Seal Plush Bacques .at S19 50 each; you'd consider them cheap
enough at 25,
Then there's another hundred, much finer, which we propose offering to start the season, at
523 60 each. Thev are the regular 530 goods.
1,000 Ladies' Newmarkets, in pretty stripes and lovely checks, we've marked to sell from S3
to $25, and they're worth from SI to 85 more.
A most surprising and fascinating exposition ot Ladles' Cloth and Stockinette Jackets will
range from SI 75 to 520. Thoy're very mnch cheaper tban you'd expect to get such goods for.
AND THO' LAST NOT LEAST.
We've cot a most superb array of Alaska Seal Sacques, 88 inches long, at prices varying from
$125 up. LADIES, WE'LL SAVE YOU GOOD MOSEY ON THESE GARMENT8.
SPECIAL. Every Department: Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets, Plashes, Trimmings, Under
wear, etc etc., replete with all latest styles, and novelties, ALL AT"OUR WELL-KNOWN
151 and 153 FEDERAL
We have just received and -have now ready for inspection,
beautiful China Dinner Sets, Fish Sets and a full line of nice
Ohina, odd pieces, to which we invite the attention ofthe ladies.
B. P. WALLACE & CO.,
211 "Wood s"b.
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SIXTH ST.. being the only college in Pennsylvania that belongs to or can be admitted to the
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allows JAMES C. WILLIAMS, A. M., Pres't.
A wJ vcty
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THEY ALL WONDER!
Now Opening in Latest
Styles of Pall and Win
tsr BOOTS and SHOES.
Youth's heavy sole tip Button at $t oo
Boys' heavy sole tip Bals i oo
Misses' heavy sole sewed Button i oo
Ladies' sewed grain Button x oo
Ladies' cloth flannel lined foxed bals I oo
Ladies' bright dongola kid Button i 35
Gents' tap sole tip Bals 1 35
Heavy sole Youth's Boots at 1 00
Heavy sole Boots for Boys at 1 35
Men's good heavy sole Boots at 1 75
And a fine calf Boot at 3 00
COMK AND SEE THE EXPOSITION
IN BOOTS, SHOES and RUBBERS '
G.D. SI MEN'S,
- 78 OHIO ST,, ALLEGHENY,
Corner of Sandusky street. se25-irw
We'll be Busy.
No fetters on your c hoice
this season for a FaU and
rWinter Suit, The patterns
are beautiful and the variety
past what is usual. They go
fittingly with our workman
ship. Trace out the prices of our
Fall Oversacks by the silk
linings and silk facings. Un
less you choose to pay the
extra dollars for these, you'll
get just as stylish without
them, and as good as we can
You'll read the signs of a
brisk trade in our prices.
We've considered the law of
gravitation in business in
Sixth street and Penn avenue.
Nearly 1,000 styles of goods
to make up to order,
Latest improved Spectacles and Eye-Glasses)
will fit any nose with ease and comfort. Tbe
largest and best stock ot Optical Instruments
and Artificial Eyes.
" KORNBLTJM, Theoretical and
No. 50 Fifth avenue, near Wood street.
Telephone No. 1686. sel9-DBu
O - OOIDS.
x.. gtjEsentc a ivrp &. eoiv.
Builders of FINE CARRIAGES.
Our assortment includes light and heavy work
of every description.
See Display at Exposition.
Salesrooms, 318 and 820Fenn avenue.
No connection with any other carriage house.)
ireW APTZRTISEJCKNTS. '3?"
COMPORT AND STYLE
POPULAR SOFT HAT.
THE PRINCE KARL.
$1 50, $1 90, $2 20, $2 90, $3 40.
In offering this exceedingly dressy soft hat,
we fill indeed a long-felt want. A great many
gentlemen are tired of the conventional Derby
and demand something new something
which would combine dressiness with com
fort. The Prince Karl fills tbe bill.
Tbe Jauntily curved brim and rolling curl
are just the thing to give to tbe wearer a
stylish and elegant appearance. We show this
hat in Black, Bine and Haxel Brown, tbe latter
being one of the handsomest colors ever pro
Th e Miller Hat, for which we nre sole agent
in Pittsburg. Is selling wonderfully well. It
deserves to, bsing by all odds the Nobbiest
Hat out this season.
The Hatter and Furnisher,
421 and 423 Smithneld St.
P. S. Mail orders promptly filled.
SEAL : KILLING
J. G. BE1STNETT & CO.,
I AI"IIPQ wishing to purchase Genuine
s.rVLHL.O Alaska Seal Garments can get
them at Bennett's.
We are direct Importers of Sealskins.
WO know good Sealskins.
We cannot be deceived in bad Sealskins.
We are manufacturers of Seal Garments.
We are tbe only manufacturers of Seal Gar
meats in Pittsburg.
We can give you a perfect fit. If you wlsn
your old Seal Garments made over or changed
into any other shape, no difference bow diffi
cult it should bo, wo can do it. Our work will
always be the best, our fits perfect and our
prices the lowest.
J. G. BENNETT &, CO.,
Hatters and Furriers,
COR. WOOD BT. AND FIFTH AVE.
PLAN OF LOTS.
The Most Beautiful and
Sites in the
Fronting on Penn Ave
nue, Mead, Thomas,Mc
Pherson and Home
P. R. R.
Large Lots, Dry, Level and Cov
ered with Shade and Fruit Treea
CALL' FOR PLAN AT
JAMISON & DICKIE,
96 FOURTH AVE.,
Or Cor. PENN AND SHADY AVE., E. E.
Renoyator of Laflies' ai Gents' Hals.
Gents' light-colored stiff or soft hats dyed
black, retrimmed and renovated into tbe new
fall styles; fast color, correct styles; this means
811k hats renovated into the Broadway, Dun
lap or Knox style, well trimmed, fine finish, ap
pearance as good as new and a saving of $3 to
U on each hat. If you wish a fine French
mourning band, your hat blocked, a new
leather band or binding, come to us; we do our
work in pleasing style.
Our Ladies' Department, felt and straw hats,
is booming. We show the most-fashionable
styles; onr renovating is done with effect; we
The most attractive turban lor' the season.
You can have your old-fasbioned felt or straw
bat made into this or any of our many samples.
Flumes and tips dyed to any sample.
Get your work done at the reliable old busi
ness stand of
707 PENN AVE, Opp. Penn Bnlldlng.
ALLEGHENY VALLET KAILKOAU
Trains leave Onion Station (Eastern Btaudsra
time)! Klttannlng Ac, 6:55 a, to.: MlagaraEt,
daUy. 8:15 a. rnllulton Ac., 10.10 a. a.j Valley
Camp Ac, 11:06 'p. nu; Oil city and JJnHolJ Ex
pTtis,2:00 p.m. ; HulMn Ac.,Si00p.m. i Klttsnnlng
Ac, 4:00 p.m.; Uraeburn Ex.,Sp.m.s Klttsun-
in'i KfVi-. . u.KiTt A. fl.20ri.in.! Hal
ton Ac, 7& p. m.; Buffalo Ex., dally,
8:80 p. m. Httlton Ac, : p.m.: Braeburn AC,
11:30 p. m. Church tralns-Brse.huni, B:p. nu
id 0:85 p. m, Pullman Parlor utinei anu
riatii iCm t,... pittihitrtr and Hnffalo.
JAS. P. ANDERSON, Q.T AgM DAVW UO
UABQU. Gen. Bupt.
nTBBUKQ AND WESTERN BAlLWAr
Train (Ct'lBtan'd time) Leave. Arrive.
DsvExAkron,Tolcdo,Kane 6:a m 7:3P
Duller Accommodation....... 8:00 a m f:00 p m
Cblcsro Express (daUy) 12M p m 11: a m
Jitw Castle Accommodation. 4:30 m 7:p0nm
Butler and Foxburg Ac B:W p m 5:30 am
First class fare to Chlcsgo, 110 60. Second class,
M w, Pullman MuOtt iltepiok " to Chlcsro
2TNote! Our store will be closed TcMbrrow;
Are, Winning NewTrade Everyday
WithTheir Rightly Made. Clothing!
CLOTHING OUT IN STYLE I
CLOTHING FAULTLESS IN MAKE! T f
CLOTHING LOW IN PRICE lg-
Nobody does, nobody can make better. Factis we find' it best 'fe;
even increase the cost of a garment slightly if thereby the qnalityo!
fabric, trim and make is so enhanced as to render perfectly acceptalsJe'
service. Nobody objects to paying from $15 to $2$ for a really gocft1
suit or uvercoau -f
Ours must be just right, otherwise you are expected to bring tbewj'
hark at anv time; which means that we assume nil fhi i-Ict-c TV. - u.V
. A1 - J. t T XT
we late your money uu iruau 1 me uiuiucs give yon ittll value IB wear
we keep the money; if they go wrong we refund it, We can afetdTt
deal in this liberal way only -because so few of our clothes ever go
wrong. j jj " '-
MEN'S FINE FALL CLOTHING
A sa MAMHlala find 4j4 hnWiffATMa fntf 414n
seen. The better grades of garments
the most expensive custom work. In suits we nave tbe celebrated Clay's' '
Diagonals and English Wide Wales in Fall Overcoats we show tha
finest imported Cassimeres, Meltons, Diagonals and Wales. Aad the
price we naVe put on these choice garments is only $20. , ,
At 18 ana $i we 'show a most extensive line of fine Fall' Dress
Suits and Overcoats that the most
pride and satisfaction. tyi
Our gxoand $12 quallties.of Suits and Overcoats are jat'A
per ming iur-ucu ui umueu incomes,
that they be well dressed.
We also show over 300 styles of
$8 ana $ every one made of
SUBSTANTIAL CLOTHING FOR THE BOYS
Our efforts to increase the durability of Boys' and Childrea's
Clothing ought to interest every mother of both cities. So many teoi-
pie go crazy on price! pricel pricel that most dealers yield to the pop
ular mania and sacrifice EVERY FEATURE OF PERMANENT
MERIT to satisfy this clamor it DOESN'T matter fo them how rottea.
the linings are if YOU can't discover it until they have gotten hold of -"
your money. THEY don't care whether the goods are all-wool or not,
fast colors or unreliable, whether the fabric is serviceable or net solo&g
as it lobks sightly enough to catch your dollars. YOU CAN WHISp
TLE FOR YOUR SATISFACTION. ?
We have now on sale counter after counter of .lovely Kilt Jinits
nobby short-pant Suits and elegant long-pant Suits every one of a1 aew "
pattern, a taking style and a good quality. As 'for prices, they are
marked in plain figures on every garment and we guarantee them to b? ,
the lowest in the city for the same qualities. '
we will give a Vacuum Tipped. Arrow Pistol"! I
with a red. white and blue target These Distols A" J
are something entirely new, and, being as accurate as a revolver, bt' v
peri ecu iiaiuness, uicy luiuuu a guuu ucai ui auiuacuiciii lur yuuug,
and old alike. No accidents are possible with these pistols. ,,
1 x ; .
Fifth Avenue and Smithfleld jStreet
PENNSYLVANIA KA1LKOAD-ON AND
after September H, . U89, trains lesvs Union
Button, PUUburg, u follows, Eastern Standard
MAIN LINE EASTWARD.
NeirToilc and Chicago Limited of Pullman Ve.
Ubnle dallr at 7:13 a. m.
AUantle Express dallr for tne East. ZOO a.m.
Man train, dallr, except Bandar. 5i3Ua. m, ana.
dar, malt 8:40 a. m.
Dav express dallr at S:CO a. m.
Mall express dally at 1:00 p. m.
Philadelphia express dallr at 4: p. m,
Eastern express dallr at 7:13 p. m.
Fast Line dallr at 8:10 p. m.
Greensburjcexpressoiiop. m. weekdays.
Derry express 11:00 a. m. week days.
All through trains conneet at Jersey Cltvwtta.
boats of "Brooklyn Annex" for Brooklyn. S. Y.,
avoldlngdonbloferrlageand lonrney thronxh N.
Trains arrive at Union Station u rollowir
Mall Train, dally 8:10p. m.
Western Express. daUy 7:a. m.
I'aclfle Express, dally lS:4Sp.m.
Chicago Limited Express, dally... 8:30 p.m.
yastLlne, dally. UOip. in.
SOUTHWEST JMCNir BAILWAx.
For Unlontown, 5:30 ana 8:35 a. m. and 4:3 p.
ta., without change of ears: JIM p. m., connect
lng- at Greensburfr. Trains arrive from Union
townittftisa. m.. 11:35, iJi and 8:10 p.m.
WEST JPENNSiVifANiA DIVlSlOa.
FromFEUKKAT. r. STATION. AUeihenr City.
Mall. train, connecting for BlalrsvlUe... :tS a. a.
Express, tot iUalrsvllle, connecting for
Bntler Accem 8:20a. m 25 and 8:43 p. nu
ITreeport Accom 4115. 8.30 and 1 11:40 p. m.
OnSnnday.. ll:50and 9:30 p. m.
North Apollo Accom.. ...11:00s. m. and 8:00 p. m.
Allegheny Junction Accommodation
connecting for Batter 8:20 s, m.
Blalrsvllle Accommodation ..."uUi."?!42.0' H
Trains arrive at TEDKKAL STREET STATION:
Express, connecting from Batter 10:35 a. m.
Mall Train. ........l:Bp. m.
Butter Accomr. 9:10a.m., 4i40and7ifflp. m.
Rlalrsvllle Accommodation ...9:52 p. ta.
Freenort Accom.7:40a.m.. 1:38. 7:3andllil0p. m.
On Sunday l0:10a. m-and 7:00 p. m.
Bprlngdale Accom....6.S7,ll:43a.ni-., J:2i6:30p. m.
North Apollo Accom 8:40a. m. and 8:40 p. m,
Trains leave UnlonstaUon.rittsoarg, as follows:
I For Moaongaheta City, Wes. Brownsville and
Unlontown, I0i40a,m. For Monongaheta City and
West Brownsville, 7;05 and 10:40 a.m.and 4:40 p.n.
On Sunday, 1:01 p. m. For Monongahela City. 5:4)
p. m., week days.
DravoiburgAc, weekdays, IJ0p.m,
West Elizabeth Accommodation, 8:20a. m., 2i8t
auandUiJp.m. Sunday. 9:40 p.m.
Ticket offices Corner Fourth arenas and Try
street and Union station. ,.,
CHAS.EFUOH. J. 11. WOOD.
General Managei. Gen'irass'rAa-ent,
PrrrsBUEG and lake erie railkoad
COMPANY-Schednle in effect June:; 13S5,
Central time. Difabi or Cleveland, 3.00, SjOO
a. m., "1:35, 4il0, 9:30 p. m. For Cincinnati, Chi
cago and St. Lonls, SrtOa. m., 'Ids, .9op. m.
For Buffalo, 8:00 a. m.. 4:10, 9:30j. m. For Bala
manca, '3:00 a. m.. 4:10 p. m. For Youngstown
and New Castle. 6:00, , 10:15 a. m., 2K. 4:10,
9:30 p. m. For Bearer Falls, 5:00, 8:00, 8:30,
10:15 a. m '1:35, 3:30, 410. 8:15. 9:30p.m. For
Chartters. 5:00,J5:30 a. m.. 3:35, s:2 S.55, 7:13,
8:05. 8:30, 9:25. 10:15 a. m.. 12.-05, '12:43,
1:40730, J4:3a 4:VJ 'iM. 6:15, 'SOi, 'lOdOp.m.
Arbivx From Cleveland, 6:30 a. m., '12:30,
6:55, "7;S5, 9:40 p. m. From Cincinnati. Chicago
and St. Louis. I 2:80. 7:55 p. m. Frcm Buffalo,
8)30 a. m., 12,0, 9:40 p. m. From Salaman
ca, "12:3a "7:55 p. m. From Yoangstown and
New Cattle, S: 9:20 a. m 12:30, 3:35. 75
9:40p. m. From Beaver Falls. 6:25. 8:30, 7:20, 90
a. ra., 12:30, 1:10, 5:35, "75, 9:40 p. m. P.,
C. &Y, trains from. H&nifleld, 8:30 a. m., 3:30,
40 p. m. Tor Essen and Beechmont, 8:30 a.
m.. 8:30 p, m. P., a ft Y. trains from Mans
field. Essen and Beechmont, 7:08 a. m., lltf a. m.
P. McK.Y. B. R.-DIPABT For New Haven,
5:30 a. m., 3ai p. m. For West Newton, 15:30,
10:05 a.m., 8:30,5:13p.m. ABBtvx-From New
Haven, t7:So a. m "5:00 p. m. From Veti New
ton, 6:15, i7:V) a. m., 1:25, 5:00 p. m. For Mc
Keesport, Elisabeth and Monongahela City. 5i3a,
10.05 a. m "3:30, 5:13 p. m. From Monongahela
City, Elizabeth andJUcKeesport, "7ao a.m., lB,
'Daily. IBundars'only. t Will run hour
latn on Bnndav. I Will run two hours 1st Oft
BondsT. UtrUi04See,tMSmlUtlleWim, J
PERFECT IN FIT! 3
.1.1 . m , . tr r7
ours was never
-are .equal ia every particular ta '
particular dresser caa weexjntii
uui wnose caning requires ox
Men's Suits and Overcoats ai'tf.
thoroughly honest and fashioaabM
PENNSYLVANIA. COMPANY'S LINK
May 12, MSB. Central Standard Tim.
As follows from Union Station: For Chleago,dTas
a. m., d 12:30, d 1S3Q, d7:4a. except Saturday, liat
p.m.: Toledo. 7:26 a. m d 12:20. d 1:09 and except
Saturday. 11:50 p. m.: Crestline, 8:45 a. m.: Clerft.
land, OilO a.m., 12:46 and d 11:06 p.m. and 70t
a. m., via P F. W. & C Rr.: New Cattle
and Youngstown. 7i96 a. m.. 133B, 8:46 p. m.;
Yonngitown and N ties, d 12:30 p. nu: Headvllle,
Erie and Ashtabula, 7iS6a. m,, 12:20 p. m. j Nlles
and Jamestown, 8:44 p. m.tMassUlos. 4:10p.m.:
Wheeling and Bellalre, :Ma. m 12:46, l.-p. m.i
Bearer Ttils. 48, 66 p. vu, Mode Totat, SSdi
a. u.: Leetsdale. 8:80 a.m.
ALLEGHENY Rochester. IOB , m. Bearer
Falls, 8:13, 11 .-00 a. m. : Enon, 3:09 p. m. ; Leets
dal4lOK, 11:46 a.a 2.-00, 439. 4:48, M, 7. 5-88
p.m.: Conway, lOdOp.m.; Fair Oaks, S 11:49 a.
m.: Leetsdale, 8 8:30 n. m. . '
TRAINS ARRIVE Union MaUon rroai Cbtaua.
except Monday IiSO, d.-0a. dJ8 a. m.. d IM B.
m.; Toledo, except Monday 1, d:S5 a, aa
m.. Crestline. 2UO n. m.: Yonantawa asd
ew Castle. 9:10a.m.. 16. SOO. 10:16a. anNUaa
ana idsouhwb. aovp. ra, ; uieret&aa. aweoa
m 25, 1M p. m.: Wheeling and BeUatre, 9:99
a. m., 25, Iseao. m.: Erie and Ashtabnta, It.
10:t6 n. m.: MassUlon, leo a. m.; Nlles aai
Jamestown. 9:10 a. ta.; Bearer Fall. 7 JO a, m
1:10 D.m.. Rock Point, a 82 p. m.; I-rtsilslo.
10:40 p. m.
ARRIVE ALLEGRENY-Froa Enon, i$0 a.
m.: Conway, 6.-30; Roehester; 9:40 a. m.: Bearer
FxUs. 7:10 a. m.. 5:46 p. m.: Leetsdale, 8:69, 8:15.
7:45 a. m 120, 1:46, 4.-00, 8:30, 9.-00 p. su; Fate
u", do: jo a. m.;ieiuaie, a dd p. m.; jsoss
Potnt.8 8:15 p.m.
8. Snndiy only; d, dally; other tratea, eaceepfe
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD -Schedule
In effect Mar 12, 1S99. For WaiBlng
ton. D. a. Baltimore, PbiUdelptiU and New
York, '8:00 a.m.. and IdO p. m. For Cum
berland, '8.00 a. m., tlsCO, 108 p. m. For Con
nellsrUle, :40 and 8.-00 a. m.. tli 140
and"3:30 p. m. For Unlontown, :40, "80 a. m,
il0 and J4:00 p. m. For Mount Pleasant, t:40 and
MjOO a. m., and 8:00 and 24:00 p. m. For
Washington, Pa.. 6:l, :) s. m 3J6, JJJ0
and adOp. m. For Wheeling, t-.d, 29:40 a. m..
3:36, "SdO p.m. For Cincinnati and St. Louis.
8:45a.m., 8:30p.m. ForColumbns, 6:46and9:40
a. m., "8:30 p, nu For Newark. 8:4, 19:40 a, m
3:35, "8:30 p.m. For Chieaio. 6:46. 24:40 a. m..
3:35 and '3-M p. m. Trains arrive from New
i ore, rmiaaeinnia,
8:20 a. m. and t-ja
m. Thronch uih
lncton and dndnBatr.
Wheeling aecommodatlon, 8:30 a. ,m.. Sandav
mJX' ..ConnellrrUIe accoamodstioa at 58:86 a. ow
-S1!!'.. ?UUT?XP Sunday. Sunday oaly.
The Pittsburg Transltr company wlU call Hr
and eheck baggage frost hotels and residences
upon orders lert at 8. O- Ticket Offlce, corner
JIM rmTnuB..aaI Wo street. UUAS. O.
SCULL. Gen. Pasi. Agt. J.T.ODKEL. Gen.Mgr.
P1TTSBITHO ANIT CASTLE SHANNON R.R.
Snmmer Time Table. On and after May 1.
1389, until further notice, trains will runaafollows
on ereiT day, except Sunday. Eastern standard,
time: Leaving Plttsbnrg-60 a. ra., 7:10 a. nt.
IM a.m.. 9-Jtia. m.. liafa, m., 1:40 p. a- 8:48 p,t
m- eao p. ta 60 p. m-6d0p.su, 9:36p.m..
UaOp. m. Arlinjrtm-HB a. t, aa.a. nu, ink
ajm., 8:00 a. m., ioao a. nu 1KI0 p. m 2:40 p. m
4:20p.m.. 8:10p.m., i-M p. in' 7:10 p. m.. -M
p.m. Sunday trains, 2earlBgPlttsbarg-10a.nl..
12up. m..2:30p. in., 3:10 p. m., 7:10 p. m- 9:80
p. m AriIngton-:l J a. m., 12 m., 1:50 p. m, dg
p.m. :30p. m., S.-Wp.m.
JOHN JAHN. S.
TJANHANDLE ROUTE-JULY 9. 1689. UNI Oil
JT station. Central Standard Tls. Leare far
Ctnclnnstl and St. Lonls,d7d9 S.ra d 840 sad
d UiU p. m. Dennlion, 2:46 J. ta. Chleaw.
126, d 11:15 p. m. Wneellny, 7 a. nu, ..
6:10 p.m. HtenbenviUe. I:a. a. Wasstngteiu
86, 106. m.,lJ6,3d0.4:46,4d6p. ra. ltnlcer.W:!!
t-m. Burgettstown.3Ud6a.ra 66 p. nu Maa.
field, 7:13, 9:30, 11:00 a. m a&, too, d lf; Utsr -ra.
McDonaW, d4:16, d9:46p. ra.
from we h n.uu, aowu a. ra,, iks, 4M
p.m. Denntaon, 9:39a.m. steubeavUle, lm. ma
Wheeling, 7 10, 8:45 a.m., 86. 3:56p.m. IhmMtst.
town, 7:a. m.,S9:06a.m. Washtegtea. Itm? -8:40,
10:26 a, ra, 2d6, 6:46 p, ra. Mnnsaslfftag
Baltimore and Washington, V
h. m. Vrfim fTAlnmha-f. CUim .
7M6 a. m. and9K p. ra. Tk
i:4t -issoa. m a,--eop. -mi
sua, jiiwa.m.. u:, ut, hw ana S'SagB-B,' as
oiger,.i:p.m. JiciwnaM, di a.au, aim .