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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER .2, 1889.
-THAT DITOECE CASE.
More Testimony About the Troubles
of Mr. qnd Mrs. Xisbelt.
SEE BOUGHT MR OWN TEOUSSEAU
A Bnit lj Big Iron Firms for the Graff Mill
I THEI MAKE SEEIOUS ALLEGATIONS.
Tie General Sews cf the County Courts Briefly
There was another hearing in the Kisbett
divorce suit yesterday. The evidence is in
teresting, owing to the prominence of the
parties interested. Tnere has arisen more
litigation over the property of the defunct
firm of Graff, Bennett & Co. Court new a is
There was another hearing yesterday in
the Ivisbett divorce case before Commis
sioner C. E. Cornelius, at which there was
some pretty sharp cross firing, Mr. Kisbett
plajinc lawyer himself, bringine out some new
features with rather startling distinctness,
lor the time being. The case is enhanced in
interest on account of the number of official
people incidentally connected with it.
Mrs. Nisbctt continued her testimony. The
impression uavine gamed grouna irom pre
vious representations that Mr. Nisbett had
bought the wedding trousseau, Mrs. Nisbett
corrected it by testifying that she paid for it
out of $300 she bad in the Diamond National
Bank, part of which an aunt bad given her.
and the remainder of which she had earned
by teaching music at Curry Insti
tute and singing in Father Brennan's
church. She stated that when she left Mr. Kis
bett she only took four dresses with her. As
the wedding gift of books by H. I. Gourley was
chimed by libellant along v.ith many other
wedding gifts to have been given to him by his
friends, a card purporting to have been at
tached to Prof. Gourlej's cift was exhibited,
and Mrs. Itisbett denied that it was the
original, leaving the question to broad infer
ence. The card exhibited vesterday bore the
inscription "W. T. Kisbett," but Mrs. Nisbctt
said the inscription on the genuine card was di
rected "Miss Virginia Wooster," and was ad
dressed iu care of her father.
Next it came the turn of Mr. Nisbctt and his
attorney to get in some fine work on one of
Mrs. Xisbett's lawyers, J. M. Shields, Esq Mr.
Stilluagen covertly convejed the idea that an
attempt haa been made to squeeze Mr. Nisbett
out of 54,000, and that while be toyed with a
proposition submitted, he was quietly laying
his ropes, and so came in first with divorce pro
ceedings, as it were the tiger hunting the hunt
ers. Mr. Kisbett took a hand in asking Mr.
Shields quesuons, and between his knowledge
of some of its special features and Mr. Still
.wagen's coaching, he succeeded in getting very
close to bed-rock at times. It seemed that
negotiations had proceeded so far that
they had been submitted in type-writteh copy,
but Mr. Kisbett succeeded in playing with Mr.
Shields until his (Kisbett's) side of the case was
worfced up, when he filed the papers in the suit
and the contract became waste paper.
GRAFF, BENNETT & CO.
Sloro Litigation Commenced Over the Lato
A bill in equity was filed yesterday by tho
Cherrj Valley Iron Works, A. Wilcox A Co.,
First Kational llank of Tittsburg, Allegheny
Kational Bank, Ches, Cook & Co Mcintosh,
Hemphill & Co., Howard Hauler and the A.
Garrison Foundry Company, creditors of the
firm of GrafT, Bennett A Co., against James
Pickand, J. W. Friend and J. M. Bailey, trus
tees for certain of the creditors and Grail.
Bennett & Co. The bill contains the same al
legations as were made in the exceptions to
the account of tho Hon. J. H. Bailey, assigneo
of Grail Bennett & Co. It is stated that the
property of Graff, Bennett iCo., including the
Millvaleand Clinton Iron Mills, was sold by
Assignee Bailcv to 1'ickand. Friend and J. 31.
Bailer for ES.050. That Pickand. Friend and
Bailey, to depress the alue of the property, in
duced intending bidders to withdraw, by pay
ing them money and other considera
tions. As a consequence they were
the only bidders, and obtained
the property at their own price.
The proceedings, it is alleged were a fraud on
the other creditors. The property was north
at least 500,000, and had the bidding been free
would have brought at least 200,000. All the
remaining property of the firm in the hands of
the assignee, and the proceeds from what has
been Mid, will not paj more than 20 per cent
of the claims of the creditors.
The assignee, J. IL Baitej. was aked to com
mence proceedings to recover tho property for
the benefit of all the parties interested, but he
refused. They state that he is a brother of
J. 31. Bailey, one of the purchasers. They now
ask the court to declare the sale and deed of
the property to bo null and void, to appoint a
receiver to take possession of it and that Pick
and, Friend and Bailey be compelled to con
vey the property to them. Also that an in
i" unction be issued restraining them from sell
uc or disposing of any of the property.
Mre. Gross' Will.
Areargument was had before Judge Ewing,
yesterday, in the stated case of Matilda G.
McConnell against lteese Lindsay. The ques
tion raised is on a clause in tho will of Mrs.
Z valine Gross and involves the title of a piece
of property in tho Twentieth ward wmch was
left to Mrs. McConnell. The clause in the will
giTing the property to Mrs. McConnell says:
"Ana it is my will that said Matilda G. Mc
Connell shall hold the property wholly for her
own use and benefit and subject to her con
trol." The question nmv submitted is whether
the will vests Mrs. McConnell with a title in
lee simple or only as a use trust Mrs. McCon
nell desires to sell to Mr. Lindsay, hence the
rnbmission of the question to Court. The case
was argued by Major A. M. Brown, D. T, Wat
son and J. A. Evans.
To-dnj's Trlnl Lists.
Common Pleas No. 1 Beckert, Sr., vs Mc
Gnire et al: Schmakey vs Martin; Scbncller vs
Bergnen McKce vs Zchnder; Hnquenele et al
Vs Seibert: Gray vs Brosic; Ball vsMooney;
Cassldy J. Co. s Elliott; Tlannagan vs Boyd et
al; Mecks vs Moore; Metz vs Ban field; beiferth
vs Evans et al; Connolly s Pennsjlvania
Railroad Company;Hutchmson vs Weitz;Fine
bcrg vs Capn et nx.
Common Pleas No. 2 Loskamp vs Friel et al;
White vs Bauson: Silverman vs Attenbaugh
ct al; Groetzinger vs Stockiale et al; TJlrich vs
Criminal Court Commonwealth vs C. Valk
ct al, John Simpson, W. B. Shaner et !, 2;
Paul 'Weisenberger, Michael Cornelius ct
al, J. bhubert, Alois Bruno ct al, 2;
Moses Finbnrg ct all, Thomas Foster,
Israel Davis, Luke Gordon, Elmer Pillow, J. J.
O'Brien. Joseph Chrcslicwiz. 2: barah fink,
Lydia Frank, Thomas Allen. Marv Kamp,
Joseph Gilbert, Elijah Hart, Mike Wild, Pat
rick Mamon. Burt Tcnney, 8. P. Young, M. V.
"Wishart, E. P. Hesscr, Thomas Powers, et al,
Dennis Davis, Kate SchimmeU Kate McNnlty,
Mary Vick, Maurice Salhvan.John Burran,
Patrick Hill et al, Henry liupple et al,
What Lawyers Hnre Dour.
A charter was filed for the Star Enameling
Company. The capital stock of the company
is J2j,000, divided into 500 shares at 50 per
Judge Ewtko yesterday dismissed tho peti
tion of Charles'W. Schuetz against tho Stato
Pharmaceutical Board, which had refnsed to
register Schuetz because he was not of age.
Ik the suit of Thomas Mellon against Gibson
A. Mundorf to recover on mortgages received
as collateral security for the payment of notes,
a verdict was given yesterday for 510,431 for the
A motion -was mado yesterday for the ap
pointment or a receiver for the Franklin Elec
trical Supply Company in the suit of Einma E.
Miller against W.M. Granger. A hearing will
bo had on Saturday.
A charter was filed yesterday in the Re
corder's office for tho Homestead Bridge Com
pany. The company is formed for the con
struction of a bridge oer thp Monongahela
river at Nine-Mile Hun. The capital stock is
JS0.0O0. divided into COO shares at $50 per share.
As application was filed yesterday for a
charter for the Coraapolis Cemetery Company.
The capital stock is 12,000, divided into 240
shares at $50 per share. The board of managers
cssi'.s of Thomas F. Watson. Fred W Patter-
n. John W. Mclntvre. John Watson. Jeremiah
fli. Curry, Frank B. Dillon and Charles B. Cor
Held for Manslaughter.
John Jones, 17 years of age, was com
mitted yesterday on a charge oJ manslaugh
ter for causing the death of Anthony Dow,
who died from a fractured skull. Jones
threw a monkey wrench at Dow, which
struck him on the head. Drs. Gladen and
"Walker testified before the Coroner as to
cause .of death, and 12 other witnesses gave
i evidence as to the throwing,
TANDALS WITH HOCK M0DEBTI
Hnin a Costly Marble Statue of the Famous
Venus de Sledlcl.
rSrZCTAI. TELEOEA1I TO THE DISPATC1I.1
Noewalk, Conn., October 1. A
week or two ago Mr. E. A. Woodward,
presented to Justice of the Peace Andrew
Selleck a handsome marble statue of the
Venus de Medici, which Mr. "Woodward
imported from Italy some years ago,
at an expense of about $500. Justice
Selleck did not know exactly what to do
with the statue, hut he finally took the ad
vice of a friend and placed it on the velvety
lawn in front of his pretty residence on
Mott avenue. To say that the statue
created a sensation is to put
it mildly. The first frost of
the season came that night, and when morn
ing dawned Mr. Selleck was horrified to
discover that someone had taken pity on
poor Venus and had covered her nakedness
with a red flannel petticoat and a plaid
Mr. Selleck confiscated the garments,
and left the statue on the lawn to await
further developments. This morning he
discovered that Venus had had visitors dur
ing the night, for ber hands and portions of
her body were smeared with red paint
Justice Selleck used turpentine in a vain
attempt to remove the paint, but the oil has
penetrated the marble, and it is
feared that the statue is ruined be
yond repair. To-day Mr. Selleck ordered
a carpenter to build a substantial box
around the statue, for the double purpose of
sheltering it from the rude gaze of the
public and keeping off vandals armed with
red petticoats and paint brush shoes.
NO BEST IN THE GRAVE.
A Lively War Belli? Unlscd Over the Acta
of a Ulan Now Dead.
rSFECIAI. TELEGRAM TO TUB DISPATCH.!
f'BiCHMOND, Va., October 1. Al
though Maurice B. Flynn is dead he is
raising the liveliest kind of a war in Eich
mond. The troubles about the electric rail
way were opened up to-day in a startling
manner. Some of the dead man's former
business associates hare made serious charges
against him, and he seems to hare left no
friend to defend his memory now. His
widow has been summoned to appear to
morrow, to protect the interests he left her.
Captain John S. "Wise represents Messrs.
Henry Steers, Thornton N. Motley and the
Sprague Electric Motor Company, and Mr.
Kobert Payne, of New York, representing
Martin, assignee of Guy C.Hotchkiss, Field
& Co., arrived in the city to-day, and this
morning went before the Chancery Court
and asked for the appointment of a receiver
of the Richmond Union Electric Passenger
Bailway Company; also for the appointment
of a receiver to take charge ol the Richmond
City Passenger Bailway
Mr. Payne also applied for an injunction
to restrain Mrs. Flynn or her representatives
from transferring any bonds or stocks of
For Boys and Children Novelties In Shapes
Great skill and taste have been exercised
this season in the production of these gar
ments. The styles are very attractire, the
fashionable cloths and materials unusually
handsome, and the garments made to stand
a vast deal ot wear and service. The sole
agency for Brokaw Bros. New York cloth
ing is Sailor's, 56, 60 and 62 Sixth street.
Tho Paris Bonnets on View To-Day
In onr tiillinery show room also toques
and English round hats.
JOS. HORNE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
NOTICE 75 CENTS l'EIl DOZ.
Cheapest Gallery in the World.
For one month Teager & Co. will make
cabinets ior 75 cents per doz., to introduce
their fine work, at 70 Federal St., Alle
gheny. Bring baby. No stairs to climb.
Gallery on first floor.
Tho Paris Bonnets on View To-Day
In our millinery show room also toques
and English round bats.
JOS. HOHNE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
A Dome Industry
Deserves support, Messrs. Frauenbeim &
Vilsack have for years been making their
celebrated Pittsburg beer in this city. Good
judges pronounce it pure, wholesome and
At, Max Klein's, Allegheny, for 60 cents
per quart each you can get California port,
sherry, muscatel, sweet angelica, or any
other" known California wines. Honest
quarts and pure goods, and don't you for
get it, srwr
Exposition Vote for national flower.
Onr Fall Millinery Opening
A great success it will last all this week.
Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Exposition Vote for national flower.
For fall and winter wear at Pitcairn's, 434
Wood st. "WSU
Exposition Vote ior national flower.
One of the Finest.
Klpin's "Silver Age" display at the Ex
Exposition Vote for national flower.
Gband millinery opening to-day at Bos
enbaum & Co.'s.
Exposition Vote for national flower.
For Swellings, Bruises, Cuts and "Wounds.
"Daily Sights l Cura and Cured r
If T)nrl-.Gisrs AKD DEAIXES.
THE CHARLES A. V0GELER CO., Baltimore, HI
LATE NEWS. IN BRIEF.
A shortage of Sl.'200 has been discovered in
the accounts of of Theodore McClelland, agent
for tho Michigan Central Railroad at Michigan
City. Ind. McClelland's father is a wealthy
hanger at Valparaiso, and, it is said, will settle
the matter with tho company.
Governor Beaver has appointed the follow
ing commission to revise tho poor laws of the
State: Ik Watson Rower. Franklin county;
William "Lawson. Philadelphia; Robert D. Mc
Gonlgle, Allegheny; Lewis Pugh, Lackawanna;
J. Nevin Hill, Northampton: William Natipei,
Lancaster;,W. E. Marsh, Erie.
The village of Cambria, Cal., was almost
entirely destroyed by fire yesterday. As there
was little water at hand, and almost no tire
service, building after building was consumed,
before their contents could be removed. No
lives were lost. Tho postoffice, telegraph and
express offices were totally destroyed. The
total loss is about 8125,000; insurance about
22,000. Tho cause ot the fire Is unknown.
The schooner Brio Wave, commanded by
Captain Stafford, capsiied Monday evening be
tween Port Bowan, Ont, and Clear Creek, and
eight persons were drowned. The vessel had
been aground for some days, and had an extra
crew aboard to assist in gertiogher oft A squall
struck her last night and she capsized. Four
of the crew were drowned and also four lands
men who were aboard. Two of the crew
While at work in alsewer trench at Eau
Clare, Wis several laborers were buried by a
cave-in, caused by failure to put in the proper
supports. Four men were dug out uninjured.
Christian Schunnmg was taking ont dead with
his chest crushed. Jacob Bchunning, his broth
er, is dying. Anton Uthe and Archie Talor
were injured internally. It is thought another
man is vet beneath tho debris, and they are
digging for him."
It is stated upon the best authority that the
Ohio, Indiana and Western Bailway, extending
from Peoria to Springfield, 0 has passed into
the hands of the "Big Four" combine. Circu
lars announcing the transfer and the officers
under the new regime will bo Issued. For near
ly two months tho deal has been in contempla
tion. The "Big Four" people, concluding that
thev conld operate the road for the advantage
of themselves as well as its owners, some weeks
ago made a critical inspection of the property.
President Ingalls was accompanied by the
President of the Lake Shore and other promi
nent railroad officials, and their report was
The refusal of some railroad companies to
answer some ot the questions propounded to
them by the Governor of Iowa is likely to oc
casion their appearance m court as defendants
iu suits for forfeits. The Governor is determ
ined to have the answers, unless the law under
which be is allowed to ask them shall do
shown to be invalid. It was enacted while the
Governor was a member of the Senate, and he
is fully satisfied that under it he had authority
to compel answers to the Questions be has
asked or the collection of a forfeiture of 100
per day while tho companies refuse to comply.
Actions will bo commenced by the Attorney
General against the companies who bare failed
to secure tbe desired information.
Four miners W- H. Horning, J. Moonoy.
David Adams-and John Beebe have arrived
at Port Townsend, W. T., from St Michael's
Island, via Ounalaska, where they boarded the
revenue cutter Bear, thence to this port on the
bark J. B. Peters. They left Fifty Mile creek,
on the Yukon river, Alaska, about 1.U00 miles
from St Michael's Island, August 1, All were
attacked with scurvy. There are over ICO
miners on tbe Forty Mile nlacer diggings and
abont SO on Stuart river, 100 miles further. It
is feared that the miners will suffer greatly
from want of provisions and actual necessities
during the winter. They expected tho newly
built steamer Arctic to bring up supplies. The
Arctic sailed from St Michael August 20, and
in five hours was totally wrecked and the cargo
Through the efforts of the National
Humane Society and tbe Kentucky division
of that body, a conditional pardon has been
obtained from Governor Buckner, of that
State, for Llnnville Combs, tho youngest life
convict ever sent to a penitentiary. Yonng
Combs is to be placed in the Industrial School
of Reform at Louisville to remain thereuntil
be is of age. He lived with his mother and
stepfather in Breathitt county. There was a
baby in the familv. and one dv this baby wis
missed. Linnville was questioned, and finally
led the neighbors to where the bain's body was
found in a creek, its head crushed in. He said
he had hit the child on tbe bead with a poker
and killed it. after which be tried to burn tho
body. It did not burn fast enough and ho
threw it into tbe creek. Linnville also said his
father had promised him a pair of new red top
boots if ho would kill tbe baby. Being an
infant in law his testimony against the old man
was ralneless, but ho was sent to prison for
life. Every convict in the prison signed for his
Beecham's Fills cure bilious and nervous ills
Peaks' Soap secures a beautiful complexion
Thb special family tickets issued by
Hendricks & Co. have been so largely ap
preciated by the public that they have been
requested to extend thetime, which they
will do, until November 1. Come early
and avoid the rush. 68 Federal street.
30 Days of Grace
On Hendricks & Co.'s special family tick
ets, good until November 1. Bring the
A Ltfc-Slzo Crayon for 95,
Also one doz. cabinets of anybody for 51, at
Aufrechfs Elite Gallery, 516 Market st,
Pittsburg. Bring baby. Use elevator. D
This powder never varies. A marvel of pur
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BeDairing a specialty.
103 THIRD AVE., near Wood st.
Telephone 851. PITTSBURG, PA.
O. D. LEVIS. Solicitor of Patents.
311 Fifth avenue, above Sini thlleld, next Leader
office. (No delay.) Established 20 years.
Would urge and very specially invite your attention to the magnificent range of Ladies', Misses
and Children's Cloaks, Wraps, etc., now being displayed in theirmammoth Cloak Salons. We've
got all the correct, leading styles, all at prices that'll both please and astonish you.
Ladies' Silk Seal PInsh Sacqnes, beautifully fashioned and trimmed, will range from $15 to
537 SO. They're good goods at getatable prices.
Then we've got an amazing assortment or Ladies' Silk Seal Flush, tight-fitting garments in
Jackets, Modjeskas, Newmarkets, etc, that we'll sell all the way from 9 to M0. They're simply
marvels of perfection and cheapness.
Thousands of Ladies' Newmarkets in all the new shades of Beaver Cloths and numerous
other weaves; also in btripes and Plaid. In fact such a cosmopolitan aggregation has never
been shown before. Prices vary from $3 to J25.
An unusually brilliant display of Ladies' Directoire Jackets in all tho lovely shades, newest
weaves and fabrics, at prices astonishingly low.
Then you shouldn't fail to see our lovely collection of Cloth and Stockinette, from SI 25 on
up to 818. NOBODY NEED GO JACKETLESS NOW.
Stacks upon stacks of Children's and Misses' Cloaks, Wraps, etc., from-2 to 13 years of age,
will be sold from 81 60 to J25. For general loveliness and comeatability in price they're genuine
IMPORTANT, VEBY From basement to dome in our extensive stores fairly crowded with
good, every-day bargains. Dress Goods, Silks, Flushes, Velvets, Trimmings, Blanket", Flannels,
151 and 153 FEDERAL STREET, AILiEGHENY.
SIXTH ST.. being the only college in Pennsylvania that belongs to or can be admitted to the
"Inter Stato Business Practice Association nr America." offers arinntnimq for noenrint. n nrac.
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lations and nractical bookkeeni:
ig are specialties.
vide tbe best training possible it these branches.
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THEY ALL WONDER!
Now Opening in Latest
Styles of Fall and Win
ter BOOTS and SHOES.
Youth's heavy sole tip Button at $i oo
Boys' heavy sole tip Bals i oo
Misses' heavy sole sewed Button x oo
Ladies' sewed grain -Button i 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.SIM EN'S,
78 OHIO ST,, ALLEGHENY.
Corner of Sandusky street.
An Army of Renters Seeking Homes
and Business Houses at
The East Pittsburg Improvement Company
has invested large snms of money in laying ont
the town of
And in furnishing it with tho most complete
and extensive system of public improvements
in Allegheny connty, outside the cities, includ
ing sidewalks, sewers, water, natural gas and
electric lights, and it now takes pleasure in
calling the attention of wide-awake builders
and investors to the opportunity afforded them
by the great and growing demand for resi
dences and business houses at Wilmerding.
This demand comes especially from young and
enterprising men and firms who have not suffi
cient capital to both build and stock large
stores, but who are able and willing to pay a
handsome rent for adequate facilities, or pur
chase buildings outright on long time. Many
houses aro now in course of construction, but
not enough to fill 10 per cent of the require,
Information as to the kind and size of houses
in greatest demand cheerfully furnished by
the company, and special prices given on lots
sold for immediate improvement.
For further particulars call on or address
East Pittsburg Improvement Co.
Latest improved Spectacles and Eye-Glasses;
will fit any noso with ease and comfort. The
largest and best stock of Optical Instruments
K0BNBLUM, Theoretical and
Kp. SO Fifth avenue, near Wood street.
Telephone No. 1686. sel9-DSu
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without pain, scar, shock, trace or injury, Dy
the ELECTBIC NEEDLE OPERATION, by
Dr. Van Dyck, Electro Surgeon, of Philadel
phia. Kemembcr, ladies, this is tbe only method
in tho world by which tbchair can be destroyed
forever. Remember, also, that the use of de
pilatories, tweezers, scissors and tho razor only
make tbe hairs grow coarser, darker and more
numerous, as hundreds of ladles know to their
NOTE By tho urgent request of onr society
ladies. Dr. Van Dyck has opened a branch of
his Philadelphia establishment in Pittsburg, to
enable every woman here with bair on her face
to get rid of it forever. Therefore, Dr. Van
Dyck can bo consulted at tbe Hotel Albemarle
during October, November and December, '89.
Consult tho doctor at once, as only a, limited
number Can be treated daily.. Hours, 9 tod.
Sundays. 10 to 4. Never fails. Book free.
Thirteen years' experience.
X.. GIESElYEAJVrP &. SON.
Builders of FINE CABRIAGES.
Onr assortment includes light and heavy work
of every description.
See Display at Exposition.
Salesrooms, 318 and 820 Penn avenue.
No connection with any other carriage house.)
college in the State. Rapid writing, rapid calcu
Shorthand and Typewriting Departments pro-
tiuu mr vataiugues.
JAMES C. WILLIAMS, A. M Pres't.
. HAVE YOU SEEN
THE BUCKLE HAT.
?1 90, ?2 20, ?2 40, ?2 90, $3 40.
Decidedly the most stylish and original hat
ever introduced, and bids fair to become the
only popular batof tbe season. This is whatlast
Sunday's Dispatch says of it: "The very nobby
hats introduced by Ruben are quits unique.
Yon will recognize the first one od the street
on account of the new wrinkle, which consists
in a black buckle set in the band at a point be
tween side and rear."
Yonng Gents ana Stylish Dressers be sure
and see this handsome hat.
The Hatter and Furnisher,
421 and 423 Smlthfleld St
P. a Mall orders promptly filled.
V BAZAAR V
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3-
Our Own Exolusive Importations.
This department will ba open during the
months of October, November and December
only, making it an exclusive HOLIDAX DIS
PLAY. No goods sold after January L but
will again be open the following October. By
this arrangement we will be enabled to make a
better display, and the goods being principally
of a holiday nature, it is useless to keep open
the entire year unless at great labor and ex
pense, and unsatisfactory returns. This de
partment will be on second floor, with a front
Regarding prices on tbe ware, we can assure
yon they will be lower than ever before, and,
as such prices will bf very close,
No Reduction Sales Will be Made
DURING THE ENTIRE SEASON.
This statement we make on account of the
customary habit among some of onr merchants
in closing out their goods at a big' sacrifice
price prior to Christmas and New Year's Day,
thus making it rather unpleasant or those who
bought beforehand. We hope to have your
patronage. Very respectfully.
Select Family Grocers,
18 DIAMOND, Market Square,
PITTSBUEG, PA. oc2-18-Su
Renoya(or of Ladies' ana Gents' Hats.
Gents' light-colored stiff or soft hats dyed
black, retrimmed and renovated into the new
fall styles; fast color, correct styles; this means
Silk hats renovated into the Broadway, Dun
lap or Knox style, well trimmed, fine finish, ap
pearance as good as new and a saving of S3 to
$1 on each hat. If yon wish a fine French
mourning band, your hat blocked, a new
leatber band or binding, come to us; we do onr
work in pleasing style. . .
Our Ladles' Department, felt and straw hats,
is booming. We show the most fashionable
styles: onr renovating is done with effect; we
Tho most attractive tnrban for the season.
Yon can have your old-fashioned felt or straw
hat made into this or any of onr many samples.
Plumes and tips dyed to any sampln.
Get your work done at tbe reliable old busi
ness stand of
PENN AVE., Opp. P ennBnlldlng.
AIAEOHEtrY VALLEY BAILKOAU
TratnMeave Union Station (Eastern Standwa
time): Klttannlng Ac, 6:5t a. m.: Hl&jciraEx.,
daily. 8i5 a. m Button Ac. 10:19 a.m.: Valley
Camp Ac, 2:06 JP. m.; Oil City and Duliols Ex
press,2:00 p.m. ; Hultcn Ac, 3:00p.m. : Klttannlng
Ac, 4:00p.m.; Braebum Ex.,5:00p.m.; Klttaan
ing Ac. ,5.SO p. m.;,Braeburn Ac, 6:33p.m.: Hul
ton Ac, 7 .50 p. m.; Buffalo Ex., dally,
8:W p. m.; Hultun Ac, 9:45 p.m.: Braeburn Ac,
11:30 p. m. Church trains Braeburn. 11:40 p. m.
and 9.35 p. m. l'ullmam Bleeping Can between
Pittsburg and Buffalo. J AS. 1'. ANDERsUM,
O.T. Agt.: DAVID MCCABGO. Gen. Sunt.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD
Schedule In effect May 12, 1SS9. For Washing
ton, D. C, Baltimore, rnlladelphia and New
York, SM a. m.. and S:20 p. m. for Cum
berland, '8K a. m., tl:00, "9:20 p. m. For Con
nellsville, S:40 and '8.00 a. m.. 1:0C, 4:00
and9:20p. m. For Uniontown, iS:, '3:00 a. m..
1 :00 and tt.00 p. m. For Mount .Pleasant, Jo:40 and
ttSO a. m., and M:CO and. 4:0O p. m. For
Washington. Fa., Srti. J9:40 a. m,, JSjffi, :
and S:) p. m. For Wheeling, "6:45, 19:40 a. m.,
n-JS, 8:30p. m. For Cincinnati and 8t. Lonl.
sitta.m., SiSOp.m. ForColnmbus. fl:nd9:40
a. m.. 8:30 p. m. For Newark. '6:0, J9:40 a. m.,
3:35, '8:30 p. m. ForCr to, S:45, $9:40 a. m.,
3:3? and 8:30 p. m. -rewns arrive from New
York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington,
8:20 a. m. and 8:50 p. m. From Colnmbus, Cin
cinnati and Chicago. -7:45 a. m. and:00p,m.
From Wheeling, f-.ii, '10:50a. m . WiOO, : j.
m. Throcgh Bleeping cars to Baltimore, Wash
ington and Cincinnati.
Wneeilng accommodation. 8:30 a. m.. Sunday
only. ConnellsTilleaccommodttonatS8:aa. m.
Dally. JDally except Sunday. JSnuday onlx.
The Pittsburg Transfer Company will call for
and check baggage from hotels and residences
Spin orders left at B.&O. Ticket Office, cprnat
Fifth avenue and Wood street. CHAd. o.
bCULL, Gen. Pass. Agt. J.T.ODKLL. Oen.Mgr.
PITTSBURG AND CASTLE SHANNON R.B.
Summer Time Table. On and after May 1,
1833,nntllfurthernotlce,tralns " u," HKfilH
on every day, exeept Sundar. EuUrn tandard
time: Leaving Plttsburg-4:20 a. m., 7:10 a.m..
8:00 a.m., :3(a. m.. UUOaAju, 1:40 p. nK, S.4a p.
m., 6:10 p. m.. 6:50 p. m., C:30p.m.,1l:p.m.,
ll:30p. m. Arliugton-6: a. m., a) J. m., 7:10
a. m., 8:00a. m., 10:20a. m., MMp.n, J'P'1?a
:20n. m.. 8:10 n. m.. 6:50 p. m., 7:10 p. m.. 10:31
p3a7 SundaySims, leaving Plftst.urg-10a.mj.
li:Wp.m.,2:Sop.m., 6:10 p. m., 7il0p.m, t-M
p. m, Arilngton-9:lJ a. m., 11 uu, 130 p. bu ao
P,pu ;p, ,.., w .Am, Sml,
I l WV -MS1WI W-
. - .j. .. , tH-eAfc?w-. '-GrTKa frrrzxe .k.AWAbHSiaKHKinHjREnar. mawrravnoiaiEd
MAMMOTH OUTFITTING ESTABLISHMENT-
FALL and WINTER GOODS
A" Complete Men's Clothing Store. ' ,
A Complete Boys' Clothing Store.
A Complete Tailoring Store.
A Complete Ladies' Cloak Store. ' ;i
A Complete Children's Cloak Store.
A Complete Hat and Cap Store.
A Complete Boot and Shoe Store.
A Complete FnmiRhing Goods Store.
A Complete Trunk and Satchel Store.
A Complete Robe and Fur Goods Store,
MEN'S CLOTHING, READY-MADE.
Men's Fall Top Coats, $$, 1?7 SI0 $I2 $r5 8, $20, $22, $25, $28, 30,
Paarlu-maria Iffpn'c Qinfo Cress, Semi-Dress and Business Suits.
Keaay-maoB mens amis. all are cut in the latest style and ma
ud from the most fashionable and best wearing woolens. Our ready-
made garments are considered the
garments obtainable, and they are
you'll find in any of the other stores
here to mention but a few of the lots represented in our stocki
Black Cheviot Suits at $10. f
Black mixed smooth Cassimere Suits at 12.
Brown and black mixed smooth Cassimere Suits atia. v
A big line of fancy Cassimere Suits at 15.
Wide Wale Cheviot Suits at $18.
Plain Worsted Suits at $18.
Oxford 'mixed English Melton Suits at $25. '
Fancy Scotch Cheviot Suits at $20.
Fancy Worsted Suits at $18.
Boys' Clothing, Ready-made. fi"- jfl
Children's Clothing, and our prices, fit and style of garments, style and
quality of goods considered, are indeed very low. Boys Knee-Pan
Suits as low as $2 and up to J?2o. Children's Jerseys, $3 to $75?
Children's Kilts, $2 to 10. Children's Overcoats, $2 to I15. Boys'
Overcoats, 3 to $25. Boys' Long-Pant Suits, 5 to $2$. ;
Tailor inn fn flrrlpr We're doing much of it, and it's not surprising"
IdUUniiy IU Ul UC1 when you consider the attractiveness and, qaal
ity of our woolens and our low prices. Suits to order from fine plain1
and fancy Cheviots, Diagonals and Cassimeres, 25 up to $60. v
Fall Overcoats, to order, $2$ to 50.
Heavy Overcoats, to order, $2$ to $80.
Trousers, to order, $5 to $18.
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S CLOAKS, &c.
I oHioe' Noumnrlf'PfQ An assorted lot of 200 extra quality Aix la
LdUIBS neWIIIdl WIS. Chappelle Beavei. combination striJes and
plaids, fancy Scotch mixtures and Jacquard effects, at 10 each; im
ported to selVfrom $16 50 to $20
Ladies' Walking Jackets, trtra-
Stockinette Jackets, many of the lot elegantly trimmed in Astrachan,
at $5 each; imported to sell from $8 to $10.
Ladies' Short Wraps. Au fd if0,- 20 '"? Beave!j
r brocaded combinations, silk sicuhenne and
French Ladies'-Cloth Wraps, all satin-lined and elegantly trimmed, at
$10 each; imported to sell from $15 to 22 50.
Ladies' English Seal Plush Garments. jSgSSSSS
Wraps, Newmarkets, Directoire styles, Raglans, etc. all made from,
genuine JingJish seal Jrlusnes, guaranteed not to wear on: at the edges.
HATS! HATS! flATS!
The biggest and the best stock in town, and prices lower than the
lowest. Our celebrated $1 50 Men's Derbys. Where will you find their
like for less than 3? ' Silk Hats at $3 50 are- the same as other hatters'
$$ hats. Soft Felt Hats of every style. Big stock of Boys' and Chil
::: FURNISHINGS. ::f
Our Furnishings department is full of beautiful things for gentle
men's wear. NECKWEAR. All the latest and most beautiful styles in
Tecks, Puffs and Four-in-Hand Scarfs. HOSIERY. Sjlk, Merino,
Wool, Cashmere and Balbriggan. UNDERWEAR. More than 100
different styles and qualities, from 25c to 5 per garment. GLOVES.
Dent's, Fown's, Perrin's, Fisk, Clark & Flagg's in all shades and colors.
ENGLISH NOVELTIES. House Coats, Dressing Gowns, Smoking
0 0 0 0. 0 0
Fifth Avenue and Smithfield Street
PENNSYLVANIA KAILKOAD-ON AND
after September H, 18ee, train. Ieiro Union
Button, mtatjorg. as lollowj. Eaitern Standard
MAIN LINE EASTWARD.
New York and Chicago Limited orruUman Vea
tlbnle daily atT:la.m. ,..
Atlantic Exnrea. dally ror tne Est, 3Q .m.
Mau train. daUr. except Bandar. :aa.Bi. Uttn
dar, mall, 8:a. m.
Day expreai dally at JKD a. m.
Wall express dally at 1:00 p.m.
Philadelphia express dally at 4:30 p. m.
Eastern express dally at Tsli p. m.
ITastLlne dally at 8:10 p. m.
Greenstmrjc expre.sa:lo p. m. weex aays.
Derry express 11:00 a. m. week days.
AUtfironih trains eonnact ,' Je"3T1,Xwitt
Doats of "Brooklyn Annex" for Brooklyn, N. Yj,
aToldlngdoubleferrlaueand Jonrney turonnU if.
iS?ns arrive at Union Station as foUowsi
Mall Train, dally "'J"- "
Western Express, daily ",I.7?5" 5"
l'aclflo ExpressTdally hl' "
Chlcajro Limited Express, dslly 8.30 p.m.
ITasttlne, daUy UsSSP' "-
BOUTHWESr 1"ENN KAILWAX.
Tor Unlontown, 5:30 and 8:35a. m. and4:Op.
m.. without change of ears: B.50 p. m., connect
ing at Greenshur. Trains arrtre .from Union
town it sltt a. m.. 11:30. 5:and8:10p. m.
WEST VENNSrWANlA DIVISlOfl.
FromFEDEKAL trf. BTAriON. Allegheny aty.
Mall train, connecting for BlalrsTiUe... :4ia. m.
Exrress. for JUalrsTlfle, eonneetlnt for
Butler .a,,s:"Vv; shfE'JU
Rntler Aceam 8:20 a- m., Z.Zaand B:up. m.
AUezheny Junction Accommodation
eonntln? for Butler.. , 0
BlalrsTlUe Accommodation Whkkp ffrAT?bN
Trains arrtre at FEDEKAL STKEET station .
Express, connecting from Butler '? 5
Mall Train. yl!5p
BStlerASom... :a. m., 4:and720p. m.
BlalrTllle Accommodation. .........-S-SZ p. m.
Freenort Accom.7H0a.rn.. 1:25. 7aandll:10p. m.
On Sasdar 10:10a.m. and7:00p. m.
Sprlnjdale Acrom....8:tf,ll:a.m., 16:30 p. m.
IfortuApoUo Accom ia, m. and5:40p. m.
.- .... n.i..if,Him. Vltunnrir. IS follows:
F orMono'nphela .atj. W KSStfStSiEi
VU UHUUSIj A .V
p. m., weec aays.
DravosburK Ae week days, : p. m.
West Elizabeth Accommodation, 8:20a. m 8:00,
:20andU:3Sp.m. Sunday. : p. m.
Ticket offices-Corner Foufta arenua and Trf
street and Union sutioa.
CHA3. E. PUUH,
PANHANDLE KOUTE--JULY 8. im UNION
staUon, Central Standard Tint. Leare for
Cincinnati and St. Louis, d7d0 a.m., d8.00 and
d U:1S p. m. Dennlson, 2: p. m. Chl?o.
12:05, dUilS p. m. Wheeling, 7d0 a. m.. 12:05,
8:10 p.m. BteubennUe. a. m. Washington.
45, 8ta. m..ltft, 8130,4:15, Oi p. m. Bulger, 10:10
a. m. Bnrgettstown. 3 11:35 a.m.. P K.1?;
fleld,.7ili 9;30, 11:00 a. m lios, CdO, d StfSj IfiS
p.m. McDonalds, d4d5, d: p. m. .
From the West, diaft, d.-oo a. m., 8j0f. UB
p,m. DennlSon, :80 a.m. SteubenTllle, IM p. m.
TVheellnf, T 10, 8:4Sa.s.j , JSp.m. Uurgetts
town, 7ilJa, m,S.-06a.m. Washington. t-sTO,
8:40. 10:55 a. nv, 2:35, 8:44 p. m. Manifleld, t-M,
8:30, 11140a.m.. 12:46. 8:59, 100 and S 8:30 p. m..
Bnlger, 1:40p.m. MsDoaalds, d9M6 fcist, 4 s
i dally; S Bwutar only! other trala, sm I f . Patera Ballet ntpas r,iJ.rj&,
PACKED FROM BASEMENT TO XQOT
best made and best fitting ready-made
unquestionably far superior to any. M
about us. We won't take the spac -4
PENNSYLVANIA COMPANY'S L1SB4-.
Sept. 22. 1SS1. Central Standard Tbaa.
As follows from Union Station! For Chicago, d 73
a. m., d 120, d 10, d7:45, except Saturday. 1130
g.m.: Toledo, 7:25 a. m d TtOB. dlrtO and except
atnrdar. 11 0 p. m.; Crestline. 5:45 a. m.: UeTe
lond, Alio a. m- 12:45 and d 116 p. m. and 7dS
a. m., TU P., F. W. Jt C By.: New Cattla
and Yonngstown. 7.-05 a. m.. 12 :4R p. m.;
Youngstown and Nile, dlJao p. m.; Meadrllle,
Erie and Ashtabala, 76 a. m-, 12:20 p. au; Niles
and Jamestown, l:Mp.m.:Masslllon. 4:10p.m.:
Wheeling and Beltatrr. 8:10a. m, 12:48, tJOp. m.:
Bearer Falla. 4-00. 8-OS p. nu, BeaTer Falls. 88:29
a. u.: Leetadale. 6:X a.m.
ALLEGHENY Rochester. 8:90 a. m.( Bearer
Falls, 8:15, 11.-00 a. m.: Enon, J0 p. m.: Leeta
dale, 10.-0O, 11:45 a. m., 20, 4:30, 4:45,1:30, 70. 9:08
p. m.; Conway. 10:JOp. m.; Fair Oaks, S 11:40 a.
m.: Leetsdaie, 8 8Ap. m.
TRAINS AKK1VE Union sutlon fromChleagO,
except Monday 1:50, de.-GO. d6.35 s.m.. d IM p.
m. i Toledo, except Stonday laa. d 8:36 a. nu, tM
S, rtu, Crestline, 2:10 p. m.: Yonngstown and
ew Castle, 9:10a.m., 1, 8:50, 10:15 p. m.;Nlles
and Yonnsstown. deOp. nuiOlereland, d 5:50 a.
m., 28, 70 p. m.r Wheeling and BeUalre, -0
a. m., 25, 7r p. m.; Erie and Ashtabula, lf2
10:15 n. nu: Masslllon, 100 a. si.t NUes and
Jamestown. 8:10 a. m. ; Bearer Falls. 7:30 a. m-.
1:10 p. m.. Bearer Falls, S 843 p. m.i Leetsdaie,
10:(u p. m.
ARRIVE ALLEGHENT-From Enon, 8KB a.
m.; Conway, 6:50; Rochester, : a. m.: Bearer
Ftl 7:10 a. m 5:45 p. m.: Leetsda 5:30, 8:15,
7:45 a. m 12:00. 1:45, 40, JO, 90 p. m.: Fair
Oaks. S 8.55a.m.; Leetsdaie, SSSSp. n.: Bearer
Falls. 3 8:15 p.m.
S, Sunday only: d, dally; other trains, exeept
TrrrsBUHG and lake erie railroad
JL COMPANY-Schedule In effect June 2, 1899,
Central time. Dcpabt For (Hereland. 50, "S.-CO
a. m., 1:S5, 4:10, -.3o p. m. For Cincinnati. Chi
cago and Bt. Louis, 5:00 a. m., 'las, ;9.p. m.
For Buffalo, 80 a. m.. 4:10, 9 JO p. m. For Sala
manca, '3:00 a. m.. 4:13 p. m. For Yonngstown
and New Castle, 5:00, 860, 10:15 a. m., 1:3.. 4:10,
:30 p. m. For Bearer Falls, 5:00. 8,00,8.30,
10:15 a. a., t:35b 3:30, 4:10. 5:15. 'SdOp.m. For
Chartlers. 5,-oa 1?d0 a. m., 4:35, eao. .5S. 7:15,
86, 8:30, ai 10:15 a. m.. 12.-05, '1245,
1:4a 3-M, 54:30. 4:50 '5:05. 5:15, 8i05, 10:30 p. m.
AimiTi-From Cieretand, Sd0 a. m., '12.30,
5dJ, "7:55, :4o.n. m. From Clnclnnaa Chicago
and St. Louis. 12:30. 7:5 p. m. FromBuiTalo,
8:30 a. nu, 120, :40 p. m. From SalamaB
ca, 12:30. 7:55 p. m. From Yonngstown and
New Castle. e:30. : a. m., 12Ja 55. "JA;
:4p. m. From BeaTer Falls, 5:25. :30. 7.20,
a. m '12:30, 1:10, 5:35,"7a5, 9:40 p. .
C. Y. trains from Mansfield. 8:33 a. m., J-30,
40 p. m. For Kssen and Beechmont. 8.30 a.
m., 2:10 p. m. P.. a Y. trains froni Mns
fleld. Essen and Beechmont. 7.-OS a. m., H:g- "
P. McK. & Y. K. K. -DiPiBT-ForNew Uaren.
I'5:T0 a. m., 3l p. m. For West Newton, l'j-30.
103 a. m.. 8:30,5:15 p.m. AMKVi-From New
Haren, t7d0 a. m., 'Jiw p. m. From West New
ton, 8:15, 7:50 a. m.. 1:25. -50 p. "r,orJS
Keesport, Elisabeth and Monongahela City, -awe.
10Ka.m., 3:30, 5:15 p.m. From Monongahe
City, Elizabeth andJieKeesport. 10 a. m., 135.
5:0On. m ,.
DallT. Sundays fonly. 2 Will run one ihonr
lateonfionday. I Will run two hours teon
Bnnday. aty ticket office. 401 smlthfleld street.
-prtTSBURG AND WESTERN KAILWAY:
Day Ex., Akron.Toledo, Kane
6:40 a m
Chlfro Exnresa fdallv).
12:40 p la
11 a X-
New Castle Aeeosaaodatlon.
5:30 p. ml
r wow t- vKvmf -4j
i . m svs.-. im rL mawLoaji 9'm, a