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THE PirTSBtJR& 'DISPATCH, THURSDAY,' SEPTEMBEHW26, -188ft
Cumberland Celebrates Her Centen
nial in the Best of Style.
PRESIDENT HARRISOFS VISIT.
The Sensation Caused oy the Arrest of a
Gang of Burglars.
ALL THE SEWS FROM 5EARBI T0W5S
C0MBEKLA2TD, Ms., September 25 To
day closed the celebration of the Allegheny
County Centennial. Heavy clouds ap
peared in the morning, but no rain came.
The feature of the day was the presence of
President Harrison. He arrived from Deer
Pajk at 12 o'clock and was escorted by the
G.A. R. to Hon. Lloyd Lownde's resi
dence, where luncheon W3S spread. Presi
dent Harrison was accompanied by ex-Senator
Henry G. Davis. The party left for Deer
Park at 3.30 this afternoon.
The President bowed gracefully in recog
nition of the lusty cheers which greeted him
along the route of the military and civic
parade and trades display.
Eight bands of music were In line, and the
procession was a mile lone;. Prof. Fost made
another successful balloon ascension and para
chute leap this afternoon, fie went up 3,000
feet. The McKeesport Baseball Club defeated
the Scottdale club 6 to 1. The Eckhart and
Barton Football Clubs played this moraine, re
sultinc in favor of the former by a score of 2 to
0. To-night the display of fireworks, on tho
Potomac bank, was grand. Tugs and skiffs,
Cajl lighted, plied up and down amid shooting
A BHAVE WOMAN
Refuses to Reveal tbo Whereabouts of Her
Treasure to Robber.
rsrrctAi. tileciulk to ths DisrATCttt
New Brighton. September 25. This after
coon at 320 o'clock two men entered the resi
dence of Louis Fridiger, In this place, and
bound his wife to tbo bottom of the crib of ber
6-week-old inrant with a clothes line. The child
was given a drug, and tho lady gagged with a
towel, after which the pair cave the house a
thorough search for SJA which they had seen
Mr. Fridigcr's father hand to him a few even
ings before. All efforts to induce Mrs. Fridigcr
to tell where the money had been concealed
were in vain, and after remaining two hoars
the men were frightened away by passing foot
steps. The woman remained bound until 6.30
thi evening, when she was discovered by her
husband upon his return from work. The money
had been placed in the toe of an old shoe, and
The lady's condition is serious, as the thieves
told her one move on ber part would result in
the strangulation of her babe, as they had tied
one end of the rope around the little one's
throat. Four dollars and a dirk knife were left
in theiriaste to escape. One of the men was
tall and slim, wore a light suit and dark hat and
had a dark mustache. The other had a light
mustache and wore a dark suit and a light hat.
Ihey were seen loafing about the hone for two
or three days. There are crowds of people in
the neighborhood of the house, and great ex
A TARDY CONFESSION.
Abraham Coffman Endeavorine to Secure
tbo Pardon of Four ConTlcts.
rfPECIAL TELEORAJI TO TUB DISPATCH I
bcOTTDALE, September 25. Nearly five
years ago six men were sent to the penitentiary
for 12 years each for robbing Adam Keck, a
well known resident of this place. Their names
were Abraham Coffman, Jacob Weible, Jacob
Baylor. James Dobson, Joseph Workman and
George W. Coffman. The robbery occurred
on the night of January 14, 1SS5, and the ar
rests were made the following day Their trial
soon followed, and they were all convicted and
sentenced as stated.
It now appears, if the confession of Abe
Coffman is to be believed, that four of the men
were entire innocent, and have served nearly
five years imprisonment for the deed commit
ted by others, who are still at liberty. In his
confession, which is addressed to Governor
Heaver. Coffman says that Jacob Weible,
George Coffman, Joseph Workman and James
Dobson had nothing to do with the robbery.
Ha makes the confession, be says, because
the thought that four innocent men were suf
fering for the crime of others has preyed
heavily on his mind, and he cinnot sleep at
eight for thinking about them and their fami
lies. He bones to be relieved of this heavy
harden by making the statement. An effort is
now being made to have the four men par
doned, and it is tbonght they will soon be re
leased. A SENSATIONAL CASE.
Prominent Yonnu Men Arrested an a Nam
I ber of Charges of Burglary.
.KrrCIAL TELEGKAM TO TUB DISPATCH, t
Voosteb, September 25. For some months
past a gang of burglars have been a terror to
the town. Depredations have been frequent,
and were committed in a daring manner. Last
night William Eakin, a well-known yonng
man, was arrested at the depot as he was pre
paring to leave town. A box in his possession
was found to be jammed full of jewelry worth
several hundred dollars, and which was stolen
from D'Nice's store a t eck a or two ago. After
formation which led to the recovery of hundreds
of dollars' worth of bootvwhich hid ipn tiLm
from nearly a dozen business places during the
past year. Fred Foot and Frank Maukwere
jailed this morning as accomplices in the
crimes charged to Eakin.
The police are also after Hartley Shaffer,
aged IS years, who is the supposed leader of
the gang, and at whoso home the plunder had
been secreted He skipped and was traced to
Mansfleld. His mother, the widow of the lato
Dr. Moses bhaffer, Wooster's pioneer physi
cian who died recently, is also to bo arrested
for concealing the stolen property. Her high
standmz makes the case very sensational,
bkeleton kejs and burglar tools, the handi
work of young Shaffer, were found on the
A GANG OF IIOKSE THIEVES
That Ron the Stolen Animal Across the
Line Into Canadn.
ISFECIAX, TELEGRAM TO THE DIBrATCILl
Frasklis, September 25. Horse thieves
have been operating steadily in this section for
several weeks, and some 11 horses bare been
stolen, and in but one instance has any of
them been recovered. Last Sunday night a
horse belonging to a man named Vogan was
stolen fromRaymilton. Pursuit was at once In
stituted and the thieves wero captured near
Erie and the horse recovered. One of the men,
named Belicks, is confined in jail, while his
partner was bailed out in the sum of J1.000.
It has been discovered that a regular organ
ized band of horse thieves existed in this part
of the htatc, and that the horses stolen were
taJ-eri to Canada, via Erie, and there disposed
of. The traffic in stolen horses has been very
large, and the detectives baTe discovered a
"fence" in Canada where the stolen animals
were purchased from the thic cs and shipped to
the large cities. Officers have been put to work
and it is thought the gang will be captured or
DEATH IN THE SHAFT.
Two Hungarians Crashed Because of the
Carelessness of One.
lErXCXAX. TZLKOBAX TO TIM DlSPATCn.3
U-ioirTovrcr, September 25. Yesterday 10
miners, the full number allowed by law, were
on the cage on the bottom of tho Leisonring
Shaft No. 3 ready to come out of the mine.
Just as the cage started upward another came
running through the passage way and jumped
others, and himself and another man were
caught between the cage and tne cnbbin of
the shaft and their lives crashed out instantly
Both men were literally torn to pieces. 3hey
were Hungarians and their names are un
known. He Resigns the Position.
"TSrECIAI. TELIQKAM TO THE DISrATCH.l
m .3EAVEB FAXXS, September 25. Dr. H. H.
"! George has banded in his resignation as Presi
dent of Geneva College, of this place, and the
resignation has been accepted by tho board.
He will retain his position, however, until a
successor has been appointed, which will not bo
before the holidays. The trouble among the
students last session and the unfavorable criti
cisms on the policy of Dr. George at that time
is what has compelled him to resign.
A Round Ilonse Foreman Ilichly Esteemed.
isrrciAL txuohaii to tux dispatch.
Dekbt, September 25. The presentation of
an elegant sutw ws o iu t weman ocs mc-I
Clelland, of tho round house here, the other!
evening, Indicated both his popularity -with Ms
associates, the Uonore, and their sincere re
grets that he nrast leare tbem, though he goes
to the more responsible position of round
honse foreman at Altoona,
To be Gobbled by the Trust.
ISFECIAL TEMKJHAM TO TUB DISPATCn.1
Zaestclle, September 25. A committee
of capitalists representing the United Glass
Company of Syracuse, N. Y., have been in the
city trying to purchase the window glass plant
of the Kearns Gorsuch Company. The plan of
the purchase is to exchange the plant for its
equivalent of. stock in the United Glass Com
pany, which already controls the plants of all
the companies jn New Vork, and the leading
ones in Ohio, Indiana and Illinois. Representa
tives of the company here state that the trans
fer has not yet taken place, but that it is prob
ablo that ft will in the near future.
LOCAL ITEMS. LIMITED.
Incident! of a Day In Two Cities Condensed
for Ready Reading
Geoege Cousiks, a Kittanning farmer, felt
a little gay yesterday. He flourished a pocket
book and walked down Penn avenue arm in arm
with one Cumm. Cumm was sent to the work
house tor 30 days; the farmer paid $1 and costs.
An East End Alderman made a complaint
against two Well-known cattle dealers for keep
ing diseased cattle in the East Liberty stock
yard. Agent Dean will investigate the case,
Thomas Moore, an employe at the Twenty
eighth street glasshouse,was fined 810 and costs
by Alderman Porter for ill using a boy named
Dolph Caplnos, who works at the same place.
The citizens of Emsworth, Kilbners town
ship, have subscribed 1,000 to bore for gas, so
that they will be able to supply themselves in
dependent of the Bellevno Gas Company.
CHARLES Bower, 19 years old, tried to
strangle himself yesterday in the Central sta
tion. Sergeant Gray was passing through at
the time and stopped him.
The Versailles Natural Gas Company will
Eut another well down at McKeesport. Tho
ole will bo bored from 2,000 to 3,090 feet.
The Board of Viewers yesterday held a pre
liminary meeting on the paving and grading of
De Soto street.
A gasoline stove exploded yesterday at the
residence of Mr. Furee, No. 75 Arch street,
One of Booth k Flinn's borses fell over the
Boyd's Hill bluff and was killed.
THE STEAM NAVIGAT0ES.
Arrangements for the Entertainment of the
The Committee on Arrangements for the
convention of the National Board of Steam
Navigation has made nearly-all the prepara
tions for the entertainment of the many
steamship owners and navigators who will
attend the sessions in this city next Tuesday
and "Wednesday. For the business meetings
and the banquet the committee has engaged
the new large banquet hall on the First ave
nue front of the ilonongabela House. The
Mayflower has been secured for the ex
cursion and a band employed. The Finance
Committee has made satisfactory progress
in the wsyof securing money. The meeting
will be a very important one, and the topics
of discussion will be of national moment.
The officers ot the National Board are the
President, A. C. Cheney, the head of the
Garfield National Bank, of New York: First
Vice President, B. D. Wood, of New Orleans;
Second Vice President, F. A. Churchman, of
Philadelphia; Treasurer, Captain Addison
Lysle, of Pittsburg; Secretary, J. W. Bryant,
of New Orleans; Assistant Secretary, Charles
H.Boyer. of New York; Executive Committee,
General James S. Negley. Pittsburg; J. B.
Coyle. Portland, Me.; J. W. Miller, Providence;
D. M. Munger, F. W. Vosbnrgh, H. F. Diraock
and H. A. Bourne, New York: G. W. Pnde,
Sr Philadelphia; A. M. Halliday. Cincinnati;
H. C. Haartstick, St. Louis: C. P. Truslow,
New Orleans, and John Quill, Mobile.
STOLE THE LAGER.
Two Allegheny Citizens Walk Off With a
Keg and Are Arrested.
Jacob Shenkel and George Datt, two well
known Allegheny characters, wanted to
start a private "speak-easy" for their own
benefit yesterday, and, as a consequence,
they got into the hands of the law. They
were passing along Madison avenue, and
noticed the beer wagon of Enz & Shaffer
standing in front of the Madison clubhouse.
It was loaded with nice little "eighths,"
and thinking the load was too much for the
horses, they relieved them of one of the
small-sized barrels and started off with it.
Detective Eichenlaub wanted to do some
business with the keg himself, and arrested
the two men.
Mnrrlace Licenses Granted Yesterday.
t E. F. Welsh... Alleghenv
(Jennie 11. Adair Allegheny
I Mathilda E. liaitman.
5 Mason Jackson
Jacob Glamser Pittsburg
j Herman E. Ilelt Allegheny
J bophla L. BrufReman Allcjchcny
j Leopold V. bchwelzer Allegheny
jMary btralman Allegheny
J Oliver GIttens Plttsbnre
1MB) Creld Pittsburg
J Mary E. Lentz Pittsburg
C Louis Rudolph Pittsburg
JuEtlna hollc Pittsburg
(Christina Shane Plttsburir
Mary Craven Pittsburg
I Konrad Schmidt Pittsburg
I Margaretha liergman Pittsburg
(William Ashlln Pittsburg
J Maria L. lee Pittsburg
(Joseph II. blauson Allegheny
(Mary Thompson Allegheny
(John F. Dollmsn, Jr lenn township
IbaTahll. Bower l'enn township
(Passldo Scssi Plum township
( Christina CallcJ Plum township
(John Kersten Penn township
I Augusta Cicpull Penn township
(William P. Hays Unlontown
J Mary E. Klce Unlontown
(Robert S. Grey McKeesport
( James W. Adams. Pittsburg
1 Annie E. Hugus Pittsburg
(James C. Johnson... Pittsburg
Stella behenck Pittsburg
5 Moses Gentry Pittsburg
Hattle Cisco Pittsburg
BEING due to the presence of uric
acid in the blood, is most effectually
cured by the use of Ayers Sursapa
rilla. Be sure you get Ayer's and no
other, and take it till tho poisonous
acid is thoroughly expelled from tho
system. We challenge attention to this
"About two years ago, after suffering
for nearly two years from rheumatic
cout, being able to -walk only with great
discomfort, and having tried various
remedies, including mineral waters,
withoutrelief, I saw by an advertise
ment in a Chicago paper that a man had
been relieved of tins distressing com
plaint, after long suffering, by taking
Ayer's Sarsapanlla. I then decided to
make a trial of this medicine, and took
it regularly for eight months, and am
pleased to state that it has .effected a
complete cure. I have since had no re
turn of the disease" Mrs. K. Irving
Dodge, 110 West 125tu st. New York.
"Ono year ago I was taken ill with
inflammatory rheumatism, being con
fined to my house six months. I came
out of the sickness very much debili
tated, with no appetite, and my system
disordered in every vwy. I commenced
using Ayer's Sarsaparilla and began to
improve at once, gaining in strength
and soon recovering my usual health.
I cannot say too much in praise of this
woll-known medicine." Mrs. L. A,
Stark, Nashua, N. H.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Price tl; six bottles,$5. Worth a bottles-
BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA.
ISO CUPS FOB n.
CHOICEST, PUBE8T. BEST. TBT IX
BEDUCIKG THE FORCE.
Pnrochtal Schools Taking Avrny PnolU
In the Thirty-fourth.
The Thirty-fourth Ward School Board
will hold a meeting Saturday evening to re
duce their corps of teachers. There are at
present six teachers and a principal in (the
school and only 213 pupils enrolled. The
rale is that there must be at least 40 pupils
for each teacher. The enrollment now is
as follows: Miss Brislin, 12; Miss Lain 15;
Miss McMahon, 34; Miss McDonough, 47;
Miss Keenan 19, and Miss Foley, 86. The
average attendance is about 200.
This school at one time had a large en
rollment, but because of Cardinal Gibbons'
parochial school order to Catholic parents it
has greatly decreased.
MILK SHAKE ARRESTED.
Martin Hanled to tho Police Sutton ta
Consequence of Trouble.
John A. Martin, known as "Milk-Shake"
Martin, had a squabble with Gledhill, the
oyster man, in the market house yesterday
afternoon, which resulted in Martin's arrest
and his being taken to Central station in
the patrol wagon. He put up ft forfeit
shortly afterward for the hearing this m6rn
ing. The trouble was about some trade dis
pute. THE EVERETT PIANO
Pleases Every Musician Tbo Everett Clnb
or Ce-OporntlTO Plau or Selling; Piano
"Will save you 575 in the price of your
piano. You can suit yourself in the man
ner ofpayingforit either in payments of
51 per week, $10 per month, or you can pay
cash. Ifyouwant a piano, don't miss this
opportunity, but apply for membership at
once. Send for circular or call and see us.
Alex. Boss, Manager,
137 Federal st, Allegheny.
What the people say:
It is a great satisfaction to me to add a
word of praise to the Everett upright piano.
The one I purchased cannot be excelled.
F. W. Winter Indianapolis, Ind.
As fine a piano as there is in the country.
B. B. Brtowif, Danville, Ky.
We are much pleased with piano, and
find it all you recommended.
Mes. S. A. McGinnis, Xenia, O.
Your piano, after two years' service, gives
satisfaction. I am well pleased with it.
James E. Hakmeb, Chicago, 111.
The quality of tone of my Everett piano
is clear and sweet, and the piano is hot
readily affected by sudden changes in the
weather. Mrs. 0. C. Stohe,
In tone, finish and accent a reliable in
strument. Miss Kate J. Pearson,
The Everett piano I bought continues to
give the very test satisfaction, and is ad
mired for its sweetness and volume of tone.
and also for elegance of finish. For tone,
compass and delicacy of touch, I consider it
superior to any instrument in this city.
its Mes. L. Glick, Canton, Miss.
Meet the Meter.
The gas meters now rapidly coming into
use, should not be regarded as an enemy,
for by using Anderson burners, and this can
be done at as low a cost as $1 50, if this is
done you will be enabled to save money on
the house contract of Jast year.
The Auderson gas fire is certainly the
most artistic gas-saving device in the mar
ket. Now on exhibition at the office of Stand
ard Plumbing Co., 82 Fourth avenue.
DOKT FAIL TO SEE
Our 815,000 Diamond
At our display in Exposition. -
Wattles & Sheafee, Jewelers,
37 Fifth avenue.
A A Hodqe, D. D., LL. D .Princeton Semi
nary, says of the American Supplement to the
Encyclopedia Bntannica- "I have been spec
ially delighted with its religious articles."
Friday and Saturday
Bemnant days; half price for remnants of
dress goods; come early; no humbue, no
humbng. Enable & Shusiebj"
35 Fiith avenue.
We will offer 3,000 men's fine overcoats at
$10, worth every cent of $20.
P. C. C. C, opp. the new Court House.
Air exceptional bargain are those slightly
imperiect French drap d'etes, ?2 50 quality
for $1 25 a yard. Hughs & Hacke.
The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. is
the place to get your teas, coffees and bak
ing powder, iteauuiui presents. xus
Dress goods remnants half price, half
price, Friday and Saturday, September 27
and 28; come early; get the pick.
Knable & Shustek, 35 Fifth ave.
Geo. H. Bennett & Bbo., 135 First
avenue, Pittsburg, are the largest holders of
pure rye whisky in the city.
Use A. & P. Baking Powder.
Otrs 24-inch wide plushes at 75c and $1 a
yard are the best value shown in the city,
all latest colorings. HTJOUS & Hacke.
Cabinet photos, $1 per doz. Dies' Pop
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st ttsu
Use A. & P. Baking Powder.
ASBURY On 'Wednesday, September 25,
18S9, at 3 o'clock a. h., Maria asbuby, relict
of the late Geo. Asbury, in her 0th year.
Funeral services will bo held at her late
residence, corner Forty-ninth and Hatfield
streets, on FnroAT aftksmoon at 3 o'clock.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 3
DAVIN Tuesday, September 24, 18S9, sud
denly in Colorado, Kov. Thomas Davin. pas
tor of St. Columbus Church, Johnstown, Pa.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
DEMPSEY On Tuesday. September 24,
1S9, at 11 F. JfM HOEKIS Dempset, aged 70
Funeral from bis late residence, 193 Steuben
street. Thirty-sixth ward, on Thbbsday, at
8 a. M. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend. ( 2
LABKHT On Tuesdar. Soptcmber 24, 1889.
at 3 10 f. M., John Labkik, in his 70th year.
Funeral from his late residence, 44 lownscnd
street, on Thursday uoru;r a at 8.30 o'clock.
Services at St. Paul's Cathedral at 0 A. ir.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
MORGAN On Tuesday, September 24, at
2 40 A. ir., William Moegan, aged 44 years.
Funeral from the family residence, 2204 Car
son street, on Thursday, September 28, at 2
l. ir. . 2
BCHTJET25 On Monday, September 23, 1SS9,
in Chicago, III., at 1 r. if.. Hemian, son ot the
late Henry and Carolina Schuetz, aged 2 years,
Funeral takes place from his brother-in-law's
residence, John E. Haines, on Flsk, near Davis
st. Seventeenth warn, jfittstmrg, on Thubs
. day. September 28. 1689, at 2 o'clock. Friends
of family are respectfully invited to attend.
Carriages will leave Beinhauer & Son, 20
Grant st. at 1 P.M. 8
JAMES ARCHIBALD & iJRO .
LIVERY AND BALE STABLES,
117, 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors beloir
Smithneld st, next door to Central Hotel.
Carnages for fnnerals,S3. Carriages for operas,
parties, &x, at the lowest rates. All new car.
najres. Telephone communication. myl-li-TTS
-pEFRESENTEK IN JPHl'SBORU IN 1SI
ASSISTS . !9JUn,C968S:
Insurance Co. of Xortli America,
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. 1a20-s3-D
WESTERN INSVEANCE CO.
NO. 4U WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIltlCK, President
sIOHN B. JACKSON. Vioe President
fe2-26-TTS WM. P. HERBERT, Secretary.
We are now perfecting the preliminaries
for starting our September Limited on
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,
It Will tnake rapid work and quiok re
turns to the advantage ot our large con
stituency of buyers. A vestibule train,
saving time and its equivalent, money, to
all, with that safety in buying, that is felt
in traveling on the Chicago Limited.
The constant arrival of new
Fall Carpets, Furniture and Curtains.
makes the pressure for space in our sales
rooms so heavy that something must
"break." We have decided it must be last
seasonT prices on stacks of, goods whose
room is preferable to their company. We
ring out the old and ring in the new. The
goods are standard. O ur reputation rests on
none better. Fashion's changeable whim is
their only demerit. The admired new of
to-day will be the sliehted old next year.
They are then the peers of the present when
future use and true worth are considered.
NOTE THE DAY,
THURSDAY, SEPT. 12!
Be ready at the start, and reap the ad
vantage ot the first comers. Here are a few
examples of the speed of our Limited. Ho
they suggest bargains? Scores equally as
good in every department, that limited
newspaper space forbids mention and lim
ited store space compels rapid transit.
6 Piece Parlor Suite, Upholstered in Em
bossed Plush, going now at $40 00; i Pieces
Parlor Suite, Upholstered in the best qual
ity Mohair Plush last month, (125 00
now, $75 00.
8 ft. Extension Table, 6 Dining Chairs
and Sideboard, going now at (35 00. Side
boardAntique Oak last month, (30 00
now (18 00.
Three pieces, Antique Oak or Imitation
Mahogany, last month (35, now (27.
Three pieces, Solid Walnut, last month
(50, now (38.
Royal Wilton Carpet, last month (2 50,
now (2 per yard.
Wilton Back Velvet, last month (1 25,
now tl per yard.
Moquette, last month (1 50, now (1 per
Body Brussels, best grade, last month
(1 25, now (1 per yard.
Tapestry Brussels, best grade, last month
75c, now 65c per yard.
Extra Supers, best grade, last month 75c,
now 60 and 55o per yard.
33 FIFTH AVENUE. -
Men's Medium Weight
V FOR FALL V
In English and French Balbriggan,
Light, Medium and Heavy Weight;
also Medium Weight Jersey Ribbed
Balbriggan; Light, Medium and
Heavy "Weight Natural Wool: Silk
and Wool; Cashmere: White and
Colored Merino; Pure Bilk in all
weights, from 3 to 20 threads; also
our Jersey Bibbed in Natural and
MEN'S V HALFHOSE
In Natural Wool. Silk and Wool;
English hand-mado Cotton Heavy
Weight. Genuine' Bcotch Lambs'
Wool and Heavy Weight Pure Silk;
also a line of Merino Hall-Hose
Heavy Weight at 25c that are extra
value. Another lot at
35 Cents a Pair.
Former price, 50c a pair.
HORNE & WARD,
il FJJFTS JL YEN UE.
JAS. MNEJL & BRO.,
BOILERS, PLATK AND SHEET-IKON
PATENT SHEET IRON ANNEALING
With an Increased capacity and hydraulic
machinery we are prepared to t Ornish all work
In oar line cheaper and better than bj the old
methods. Repairing and general machine
work. Twenty-ninth street and Allegheny Val
lev Railroad. fe5-55-TTS
TEETH, $5, $8, $10. t
Gold flllinzs from SI no. AmsJean, COe:
sliver. 75c: white alloy. L
Gold Crowns a specialty.
OR. 3. M. McOLAREN,
Corner Smltljflold and Fourth avenue.
Or ihe Liquor Hsbit Positively Cured
by Administering, Dr. Hilaes'
It en be ftven in a cop or coffee or tea wlthont
the knowledge of the person taking It: U abso
lutely Jiarmleu. and will effect a permanent and
peedy core, whether the patient ! a moderate
drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Ihoaundi of
Drunkards have been nude temperate men who
hare taken Uolden Specific in their coffee without
their knowledge and to-day believe ther quit
drinking from their own free -will. XT HKVER
1TAILS. The system once Impregnated with the
Bpeeinc, It becomes an utter Impossibility. for the
liquor appetite to exist. For sale br A.J. Esnkln,
IK,""?? TA,,pLwbar?; S. Holden Ofc,
68 E. Federal St., Allegheny. Trmdo supplied by
flco. A, Kelly & Co., fltUburs, i-a, e-U-n
The fall and Winter season has
opened in our Cloak Department
with most gratifying results. You
will find garments that are sensible,
stylish and cheap, tailor-made and
unexcelled in Bhape and fit We
mention, but a few prices to show
you what' we are doing:
Tailor-made Stockinette Jackets, (2.99.
Broadcloth Jackets, (3.43,
Hisses' Jackets, (2.48.
Beal Plush Bacques, (1S.98.
WRAPS FOR STOUT LADIES,
44, 46, 48 Bust Measure.
In Cloth, (9.74, (10.60, (12 and (15.
In Plush, (12, (14, (16 to (30.
We make a specialty of these sizes in all
GO pieces all-wool Serge, 42 inches wide,
worth 75c, this sale. 57c.
50 pieces, 42-inch Black Cashmere,
extraordinary value, all-wool( 60o.
75 pieces Fine Wool Cashmere, double
width, usual 60c, now 34c.
100 pieces Black and "White Checks, Plaids
and Stripes at prioes below' any house in
Pittsburg BOo, 63c, 75c and (1.
( Two Entrances)
Sixth street and Penn ave.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
September 26, 27 and 28.
We will show a large and choice
assortment of the latest Novelties
in Trimmed Hats for Ladies,
Misses and Children, at most rea
Untrimmed Hats in all the lead
ing shapes and shades.
Fleishman & Co.,
act Dress Goods.
Every department in the house is now full to overflowing with a well
selected stock of goods for fall and winter wear. Prices will be
found right Visitors cordially invited to look-through. No trouble
,to show goods. .
165, 167, 169 FEDERAL ST., ALLEGHENY, PA,
DRESS GOODS SPECIAL LINES.
52-inch all-wool Habit Cloths, 45, 50, 62 and 75c.
46-inch French Wool Cashmeres, all colors, at 50, 62 and 75c, are
40-inch fancy Flaids, black and white and bjack and gray plaids
and stripes, all wool, at 40, j;o and 75a
40-inch all-wool Colored Tricots and Cloth Suitings, 31 and 37c.
Hundreds of pieces plain and fancy Dres3 Fabrics, 10 to 25c.
Special bargains in 46-inch Black Cashmeres and all-wool Henri
ettas at 50, 62 and 75c.
Newest styles in Cloth Jackets $1 50 up. Stockinette Jackets 3
and up for black.
Tailor-made Directoire Newmarkets and Jackets, Plush Coats,
Wraps, Sacques and Jackets at low prices.
Large lines Fall and Winter weight UNDERWEAR for Men, Ladies
BLANKETS, all-wool, full size, $2 75 up. See the 4 pound St
Mary's Blankets at $3 50 a pair. No such valua ever offered anywhere,
FLANNELS of all kinds at low prices. All-wool Country Flannels
l8; as, 30 and 35c .
NEW FALL MiLLINERY now open. '
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B. & B.
TnunsDAT, September 28,
IN WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA,
Teeming with people from morning to night
now-a-days. and everybody EeM sbargate
whether they buy "Wraps. Jackets or Cloaks,
'whether In Cloth, Stockinet, Plusn or Seal.
Bargains also for the Children. Choicest
possible lines In Misses and Children's Cloaks
Our new stock of Curtains is un
questionably the" finest in these
cities as to extent, varieties, Styles
Extra quality Brussels effects in
a very large assortntent Ot Choice
styles, white and ecru, $i 50 up.
Very attractive' quality Notting
hams, 85c, 90c, $1 and upward.
The genuine Tamboured and
Irish points begin at $$ a pair and
go to $25, including an extraordi
nary display of beautiful goods.
i to $S is the route of the
real Brussels "easy stages" make
the variety very extensive and the'
styles are surely elegant
New combination Silk and Mad
ras, choice variety of colors, $& 50
per pair, finished. The goods in
the piece $t 2 $ a yard.
See the "Bagdad Curtains"- the
Sultan's own. The "tony" thing
Special values fine Chenille Por
tieres $6, $6 50, $j and 7 50.
New Tapestries, Raw Silks, Spun
Silks, Pettit Points, Ramies, etc.,
etc., 50c a yard and up.
New Table Covers:
0x4 xancy fringed Bheilas, rich antique
8x4 Satin Tapestry Covert, satin center,
figured border, exquisite antique colorings.
B06GS & BUHL,
115,1,7,119.121 Federal sfcjAllegheny,
Pay for the Right
The best Clothing in the
country for Men, Youths,
Boys and Children: Wana
The magnet we use to se
cure trade is our own reliable
make of Clothing.
Every customer will be a
willing, satisfied customer;
every garment we sell de
pendable, and best to be got
anywhere for its price. '
We have all the resources
in hand good clothing, gen
erous business principles, and
prices low enough to the last
We expect to gain your co
operation by giving you bet
ter than anybody else can.
lnats what our store
started for; will be kept going
for; and is on the road to get.
i.ooo styles of goods for
Sixth street and Penn avenue.
-- O. D. LEVIS, Solicitor of Patents,
311 Fifth avenue, above Hmlthaeld, next Leader
office. (No delay.) Established 20 Tears.
trsw ABTEKTamummi. M
X ' , 1 . -1 .. . j . . ' . , I , L 1 I - -1 - -I JL j iiJi o Jt'i r - XmX
Be Open as Usual Saturday, SeptembSS
THE GRANDEST LINE OF -
For Ladies. Misses and Children
comprises the latest NOVELTIES from Paris, Berlia aad Ifsw Itati
our prices will be found THE LOWEST. ' f
This week w offer una finw
Satin-lined, at $Q so and 11 M,
6oo fine Seal Plush Sacques
every one a special bargain.
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Our laUor-made Jackets at
tne best tor tne money to be bad anywhere.
A grand variety ot over 135 styles of
From $$, $6, $&, 10 to $50.
240 styles of Children's Wraps from, to $15, exquisite 1
Our own importation of All-wool Ribbed French Vests, x,
Fine American Ribbed Wool Vests, 73c
Fine American Ribbed Cotton Vest?, 38c and 50c
Our Natural .Wool Vests, 48c,
ever offered. Out importation of
of an inspection.
510, 512. 514 MARKET ST.
The best accommodations.
The best methods. Tho best results
Bend for Circulars.
Night School Opens
VISITORS FROM POINTS OUTSIDE TME CITX
are requested to look for our exhibit of
AT THE EXPOSITION.
We are slioiving some designs
inn decided merit.
WM. H. ALLEN, BSf
"WJHV TXtTNIZXJE, MANAGER.
f" A I IT1"MVI W. L. Douglas' name
wjTw i wiw onoea aavertisea Dynim
VMntrt lnlntt kink n.l... .nil l.r..l.. ...J.
by others claimed to be as good, on which dealers mate more profit bat send direct teffteterrV
and receive bv return mail what you want. fittvir,ri ttfn ,.U.. . i.. t JZTZiii'
tpe.sUe and width nsnaliy worn, and Inclose
W. L. DOUGLAS S3
Both Ladles' Shoes are made In sixes from 1
Lmmmm&5' Jv i
"The Freneh Opera," "Tho Spanish Areh Opera," "Tha American CsmnH-htM," rMr1
Medium Cemmon.8ent." All mad In Button in the Latest Styles. Alto, Freaefc tsWar ?al
Front Laee, on S3 Shoo only. 'i&m
SPECIAL W. UDOUGLASI3GRAINSHOE (laced) for Gentlemen, with heavy WMP
.... bbo atriQtiy waterproai, lejusiaui. ni. uviraww, Brntm, I
H.J.4 0.M.Lane.irortv-flfth and Batler
Carter, 73 Fifth avenue. S. O. Sperber. 1388 Carson street. la AUeckeay
m Federal stteet, aad. . a. Hol&aaa, 73 Bebeeea ttreet,
.Vi ii.T I
26 and 2;
over brought to Pittofetec. Chafi
worth JKandi8. No 'sck'
at 14 95, $16 50, tii 75,
U 753 50, 14 50, $5 75, fmawm
. . jt'a
68c, 74c are the best for tW :
Cashmere Hose, now open, k wrkyl
AND 27 FIFTH AVEMBEl
Bookkeeping, Shorthand, '
Type-Writing, Com"! Axthaeri
Address J. O. BUTTS'S SON.
Monday, September SO.
whiclt are entirely novel,
ana tne price are stamped on the bottom of'i
before leavlor his factory: tab) protest! sk1
nvi... L .. . V ..Tt. 2
price with orderl Prompt delivery aad mitMfao
. uuuuuija, Braettoa, Ms. r
W. L. DOUGLAS
tfo eurtc for
PO OnUC amsrraatmt!-i
Our eliims for this shoe over all otter S3 t
ureriisea ere: ;,
It contains better malarial.
It Is more stylish, bitter fitting tad darsbt.,
It aivei belter aeneral iil!rnlin i.
It saves more money for the consumer.
Itl area! meetti I. da. fa nt.plt
It cannot be duplicated by any otter miaefte.
is the bait In the world, aad has a target
nana men any oiner J snoe earerilieo,
CC nnn"l be paid to any person who
?vT,UUU mors taeabore statements to !
The following Una ot (hoes will bofoaad; sol
the same high standard of excellence. n
$5 00 GENUINE HAND-SEWED SHOE. ,
S4 00 HAND.SEWEO WELT SHOE. '
S3 50 POLICE AND FARMERS' SHOE.
$2 50 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE.
2 25 WORKWOMAN'S SHOE.
S2 00 GOOD-WEAR SHOE.
nn..j ci it nnVR' scMnnL DMnrt
AU made In Congress, Bastes aud Late, i
AND S2 SHOES -."..
to 7, Inelndias half aJaea, aad B,C,D, B mA
streets. J. N. Frokrtar.