Pittsburg dispatch. (Pittsburg [Pa.]) 1880-1923, October 06, 1889, Page 8, Image 8
I u f : : IATE HEWS IN BRIEF. -1 The new Michigan license law has been dis covered to be full of fatal errors. The sixtieth general council of the Mormon Church is now in session at Salt Lake City. Prints Secretary Halford is in bad health and has not been nble to attend to his official duties f or, two days. The Chicago grand jury failed to return any indictments against the gamblers of the city, though their attention wis particularly directed to that matter by Judge Horton. Sir Edwin Arnold andlaughter are en route for San Francisco, where tuey embark by steamer to China, and thence to India and Per sia, and so back to London, completing a tour of the world. The N ew Brunswick Government and the atr authorities of St John each offer a reward of H1.000 for the discovery of the person or persons who sent candies containing strychnine to Mrs. McRae. The .atna Fire Insurance Company.of Hart ford, has given notice that'it will retire from vhat is known as theNewilampsuire compact. The result will be a general disruption of in surance combinations. As Pleasant E. Bryant, a colored man, was charging the soda water fountain in Jlilbnrn's drugstore. Fifteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue, Washington, the fountain exploded, splitting his head open and killing him in stantly. The steamer Belgic has arrived at San Francisco from Hong Kong and Kokohama. Investigations into the loss of life and damage caused bv the recent floods in Wahavama. Japan, have been in progress, bat owing to the extensive nature of the damage, the inquiries nave been completed in only one district. A prairie fire started several miles east of Spirit Lake, la., Friday, and has been burning ever since. Driven by a strong wind from the south, it has swept over a great portion of Dickinson connty, and seems to be beyond con trol. The damaee already done is very heavy. A great deal of corn in the field and crain in the stack has been destroyed, and probably some farm booses. Tne three vacancies in the staff depart ments of the army were filled vesterday by the following appointments: Lieutenant George S. Hoyt, Eighteenth Infantry, to be Assistant Quartermaster, with the rank of captain; Lieutenant Henry B. Osgood, Third Artillery and General L. V,'. Alexander, of Ion a, to be commissaries in the subsistence department with the rank of captain. Ei-Conrressman John 31. Glover, of St. Louis, announces himself as a candidate for the United States Senate from Missouri in op position to Senator Vest. Mrs. Glovers mother died recently, leaving her over S1.000, 000. It is said she is willing to spend money liberally to get her husband in the Senate. Mrs. Glover is anxious to return to Washing ton, where she once shone in society. There was a fatal rear end collision on the St. Louis and ban Francisco Railway near North View, 11L, Friday. Seven cars were dumped down an embankment and fonr men dangerously hurt. Engineer Savage, of the rear train, suffered a bad fracture of the skull, and will not live. The other men injured are William Dwrer, fireman; Mike Murphy, an en gineer; Tom Sawyer and Ed Cartwnght, brake men. One of the most daring robberies ever known was perpetrated at Elizabeth, N. J., early yesterday morning. The house of Mrs. James Boss, corner of Niles street and Second avenue, was entered by burglars, who used extraordinary means to effect their end. The entire houehold of four persons were chloro formed, and the bouse was looted from cellar to garret. Jewelry, silverware and other arti cles to the value of $2,000 were stolen. Tho police have been unable to find any clew to the robbers. A nnmber of Milwaukee, Cleveland and Marquette capitalists have combined for the purpose of diviamg the iron Bessemer ores with the schleismger syndicate, and will erect large furnace in Marquette to reduce their own ores. It is proposed to utilize the labor of the convicts in the Marquette penitentiary. The prison is located on the bay, and by using the convicts in manufacturing coke the pro moters of the plan think they can produce pig iron as cheaply as it is produced in Birming ham, Ala. The company has an option on a number of mines near Xegaunee and Isbpcm ing. The grand jury of San Joaquin county, CaL, has presented its final report concerning the case of Deputy United States Marshal Is'aclc. The report says the facts show that the killing of the late Jndge Terry was intentional and deliberate, and that, while the Constitution and laws of the State require that a crime against its laws should be tried thereunder, the accused was taken from the power of the State hytf scess emanating from the United States lirni f-it, Tho rannrt nnt Innac 'Phi United States Circuit Court has decided that I Nagle cannot be tried by a State court, essen tially for a like want of jurisdiction, from which it is fair to conclude he cannot be tried in any court." For the first time since the week following the May panic of 1SS4, tho New York bank statement published shows the reserve held to be less than the 23 per cent of deposits required by the national banking law. The deposits amount to $112,273,800, against which only S10MOM00 is held in reserve. The deficit is S1,66!!,OjO, as the legal requirement is J108,6U8,. 450. A year ago, with almost exactly tb- so amount of deposits, the banks hi)f j ...iplus over the legal requirements of $lM17,&Da The deficit is almost wholly caused by the drain of monev to the West and Boutb, where over $6,000,000 was shlppod last week, and almost as mucn went in tne weeKS just preceaing. Charles Bseson, private policeman at the Union depot at Louisville, died from wounds re ceived at the hand of Peter Nicholson, last Tuesday evening. Nicholson was at the depot with his hack for the incoming train. He was Intoxicated and was ordered from the depot by Beeson for using very improper lamruare. Nicholson, instead of going, jumped down from the box and began firing at the policeman, the fatal ball entering just above the groin, and passing through the body, ooming out between the hip and spinal column. Nicholson, who was arrested for malicious shooting, is now charged with murder. The Department of State has received no further information concerning the recent riots on the island of Navassa. in the Cambbean Sea. Navassa Island is classed by the Depart ment of State as a cnano island, and, having been discovered by Americans, is adjudged to be within the authority of the United States as the Revised Statutes, section 5,676, provides that all acts done and offenses or crimes com mitted on euano Islands discovered by Ameri cans by persons who may land thereon, or in the waters adjacent thereto, shall be deemed as committed on the high seas on board of ves sels, and shall be punished according to the laws of the United States relative to such ships and such vessels. William P. Rogers, the general agent for Missouri and Kansas of the Eqnitable Insur ance Company, of Iowa, was shot by a footpad in front of his home in Kansas City and dan gerously wounded. Mr. Rogers was returning home and was not more than a dozen paces from his door when one of two men, whom he had noticed leaning idly against a fence as he was passing, seized him by the arms, bending them backward, while the other thrust a pistol in nis lace, xne latter demanded his money. Mr. Rogers tore the man from behind him and tore aside the pistol held by the man in front. Both the robbers then stepped aside and one of them discharged his pistol, it being neld so close to Mr. Rogers' -ta.ee that all the left side was badly powder-burned. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS fUU-WEIGHT fu n 6 CREAM Baking NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Its superior excellence proven in millions of homes for more than a quarter of a century. It is used by the United States Government. Indorsed by the heads of the great universities as the Strongest, Purest and most Healthful. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder does not contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Sold only in cans. PRIC& BAKING POWDER CO. NEW TORE. CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS. , my5-82-TTSeosu SlsSf .,j'TekL r S1 :kwi Most Men nnd Women Suffer needlessly. A disordered stomach, constipation, gout, rheumatism and kidney disease, can positively be avoided by the careful use ot the genuine Carlsbad Sprudel Salt. Beware of imitations. Specialties for evening wear in brus Eels net, crepe du chene and mouseline de soie: latest novelties, direct from the Paris market HUGUS & HACKE. TTSSU . ftOYAi r Cotyalisbmi POWDER gg Latest improved Spectacles and Eye-Glasses; will fit any nose with ease and comfort The largest and best stock of Optical Instruments and Artificial Eyes. KORNBLTJM, Theoretical and Practical Optician. No. 50 Fifth avenue, near Wood street acioiiuuuo .no. xooa ouivuau j JAPANESE WARE -:- B-A.Z AJLR, -:- NOW OPEN. Our own exclusive importations. Wonderful Selection. This department will bo open during the months of October, November and December only, making it an exclusive HOLIDAY DIS PLAY. No goods sold after January 1, but willagainbeopen 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 entrance. Regarding prices on the ware, we can assure you they will be lower than ever before, and, as such prices will bf very close, no reductions sales will be made during theEntire Season. This statement we make on account of the customary habit among some of our merchants in closing out their goods at a big sacrifice price prior to Christmas and New Year's Day, thns making it rather unpleasant for those who bought belorehand. We hope to have your patronage. Very respectfully. mm f Finzer's Old ' Honesty. The Chewers of OLD HONESTY TOBACCO will soon find that it lasts longer, tastes sweeter than other tobaccos, and will please you. ASk your dealer for it and insist on getting it t Genuine has a red H tin tag on every plug. tJBW JrjnMC SVSNEW'ATBB.TISSatTaCK WEARERS OF SOFT HATS-1 WANTS YOU TO EXAMINE . 4tfY fj-fy "-"aW -laWSHBaWi V ?JJTJ w r i $'$$'--$"$C''$"$"$X J Select Family Grocers, 18 DIAMOND, Market Square. PITTSBURG, PA oc6-Su Vy gPSS' .4 .!SiSSSS$s. A - . ..SSSSS SXSSN -SNC 2SJS SSSNSN N. XSSSXS! .n-stl-n NSSS" e Absolutely Puree This powder never varies. A marvel of pur lty, strength and wbolesomeness. More eco nomical than the ordinary kin ds, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of ow est short weight alum or phosphate now ders. Sold only tn cam. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO, 106 Wall St, N. Y. ocm46-KWFSa FftjEATENB BMF g ulu-BWt and Pain in the Stomach, Slefc MEDICINE - .4 Vnr THTInnn and Nervous Disorders, inch aa Wind Headache, Giddiness, Fulness, and Swelling after Meals, Dizziness and Drowsiness, Cold Chills, Flashings or neat, Loss or Appetite, snortness ox isreatn, vostiveness, Scarry, Blotches on the Skin, Disturbed bleep. Frightful Dreams, and all Nervona and Trembling Sensations, Ac TUX! FIRST DOSE WILL, GIVE BEUKF IN TWENTY MXNUTES. This is no fiction. Every sufferer is earnestly invited to try one Box of these Pills, end they will be acknowledged to he a Wonderful Medicine. "Worth a guinea abox." BEECHA1TS PILLS, taken as directed, will quickly restore females to complete health. For a WEAK STOMACH: IMPAIRED DIGESTION; DISORDERED LIVER; they ACT LIKE MAGIC: oewdosewlll workwonders upon the Vital Organs, Strength ening the muscular Systeni; restoring long-lost Complexion; bringing back the keen edge of appetite, and arousing with the KOSEBDD OF HEALTH the whole physical energy of tha human frame. These are " facts " admitted by thousands, in all classes of society, and one of tha best guarantees to thelfervous and Debilitated is that EZXCBIH'S FILLS SAVE TEE LAEQESI SALS CI AST PATEXT KEMCIHS DT THE WOELD. Full directions with each Box. Prepared only by THOS. BEECHAM, St. Helens, Lancashire, England. Bold by Druggists generally. B. F. ALLEN it CO., 365 and 307 Canal St., New York, Bole Agents for the United States, who (inquire first), if yowr druggist does not keep them, WILL MAIL BEECHAM'S PILLS OK RECEIPT OF PRICE, 25 CENTS A BOX. IfTE-VT" OOOIDS. mh25&S3u TO GRABOWSKY, Renoyator of Ladies' aM 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 saving $2. Silk bats renovated into the Broadway, Bun lap or Knox style, well trimmed, fine finish, ap pearance as good as new and a saving of S3 to 4 on each hat If you wish a fine French mourning band, your bat blocked, a new leather band or binding, come to us; we do our work in pleasing style. Our Ladies' Department f,elt and straw hats, is booming. We show the most fashionable styles: our renovating is done- with effect; we recommend OpE "OPEEA" HAT. $150,?1901$2 20,$2 40,J2 90. To many it is a sheer impossibility to feel comfortable in anything but a soft hat It is to those that we address ourselves to-day. We have the very thing for you, gentlemen. Our Opera Bat through its manifold merits, pos sesses the very qualities desirable in a soft hat For example, it is exceedingly light in weight has a velvet finish, which does not fade the shape is sneb as to be exceedingly becoming, the brim flat set crown not too round, withal a very handsome hat. On the leather of every "Opera" is a guarantee as to wear. If within twelve months the bat has not given satisfac tion, another one is given in Its place. Wearers of soft hats, be sure and examine the "Opera," RUBEN, The Hatter and Furnisher, 421 and 423 Smithfleld St. P. a Mail orders promptly filled. ocS-wrsu MF0RTYD0LEAES$ jar six oxr bevex pieces. f EASY TEEMS, AS YOU LIKE THEM. $10 DOWN, $2 PER WEEK FOR BALANCE. $10. k4 V A"s'i?A-l'""'ir.i SEAL : KILLING XN A Tj A HIT A. We have just received and have now ready for inspection, beautiful China Dinner Sets, Fish Sets and a full line of nice China, odd pieces, to whioh we invite the attention of the ladies. R. P. WALLACE & CO., 211 Wood St. OPPOSITE ST. CHARLES. an4-WTSu THE METKOPOLE, The most attractive turban tor the season. You can have your old-fashioned felt or straw hat 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 WILLIAM GRABOWSKY, PENN AVE., Opp. Penn Building. se22wsu rnjh i -I Ready for Your inspection When You Gall Aim OK EASY TEBMS,'AS YOU LTKE THJSM. $16 50. Our 3-piece Chamber Suit, $16 50. m. . - . -". $22. Our 7-piece Chamber Suit, $22. -$25. Our 7Tpiece Chamber Suit, $25. $35. Our 7-piece Chamber Suit, $35. $30. Our elegant Parlor Suit, $30. $10. Our substantial Bed Lounge, $10. J. DIAMOND, PBACTICAL OPTICIAN, 22 SIXTH STREET. The Eye examined free or charge, spectacles perfectly fitted. ARTIFICIAL EYES inserted and warranted to suit sel&ff-XTSu J. Gk BESTCTETT & CO., aiAJTCJFA.CTTJjaXJIlS. I AniFQ wishing to purchase Genuine UnUILO Alaska Seal Garments can est tbem at Bennett's. We are direct importers of Sealskins. i no jtuuirgooQ oeaisitins. we cannot be deceived in bad Sealskins. we aw manufacturers of Seal Garments. we are the only manufacturers of Seal Gar ments in Pittsburg. We can Eive you a perfect fit If you wish your old Seal Garments made over or chanced into any other shape, no difference how dlfli cult it should be, we can da 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 ST. AND FIFTH AVE. OC&83-WT8U HERBERT WALKER ARTIFICIAL EYE MAKER, 'rtit.zCr KK WTBTTT BT Office hours for inserting eyes, 1 to 3 p.m. Saturdays, 1 to 6 r. jr. se25-su 41 1 & i f HOUSEHOLD CREDIT CO 405 "Wood. Steee-b- iiV- Ladies' Wraps, CloaMfl Ladies' Wi?aps. J Come in and 'see them, at prices to subUemUate ew doeorrcd ,' m, ' reputation of m .. i 'S Acknowledged Champions of Low Price ami Easy YflrM&& IT. Be-During the Exposition toe pack tm4 deUvar K midv sold, within a radius of 100 miles, free. THE ACME OF PERFECTION. KAUFM ANNS' MM MMMM. Fine Clothing that's made up to the highest pitch of fashion is one of our marked specialties, and in our magnificent stock you'll see many extensive patterns that no other house will have or can get Special display will be made of this Finest Clothing. HEN'S 0YERC9ATS. Gentlemen's real tailored London box Top Coat, silk-lined, Narrow Wale, newest shade of medium colored brown, stitched edge, custom fitting, 5S22. Gentlemen's tan London box, with satin sleeve linings, genuine Globe Mills Kersey (that's enough), raw edge, lap seams, stitched collar, $18. Gentlemen's Chesterfield, black Cheviot, satin faced, full roll, nice fitting, shapely, sightly garment, $10. MEN'S SUITS Three-button cutaway (a form-displayer) in famed Simoni's best, corded edge, fawn surface, with stripe and silk thread, 22. Fancy brown-mixed Worsted, satin lined throughout, stitched edge, our own tailor-made, a matchless 3-buttoner, 25. Highland Plaid, very stylish, rich, handsome mixtures, stitched edge, 4-button sack, $20. YOUNG MEN'S SUITS. Bys' XS t0 iSyears, siik mixed Plaid, dark ground, cutaway style, $20. Double breasted straight front Sack, Wide Wale (very fashion able) Cheviot, 15 to 18 years, $16. Prince Alberts and cutaway frocks, 15 to 18 years, imported Worsteds, eta, latest embellishments, 22 and 24. NO FINER CLOTHING THAN THESE IN THE WORLD. SPECIAL SALE THIS WEEK. , UNDERWEAR FOR FALL AND WINTER. BARGAINS WITHOUT A PARALLEL IN THE HISTORY OF THE TRADE. Men's heavy Scotch Gray Under wear; warm and substantial; never sold heretofore below 40c; this week only 24c. Men's medium weight Scotch Gray woolen mixed Underwear, a very popular quality, regular price 65c; this week only 39c Men's Natural Wool Underwear, with or without silk front, silk stitched, regular 75c goods, will go this week for 49c; also a lot of heavy fancy striped Underwear at 49c Men's Medicated Scarlet all-wool Underwear, durable and comfort able, sold everywhere for 75c, will go this week for only 50c. Men's real Camel's Hair Under wear, soft and pleasant to the skin, usual price $1, this week only 85c Also a lot of fine all-wool fancy striped Underwear at 85c Men's genuine Swiss Conde Un derwear, two threaded, non-shrinking; never offered below $1 50, will be sold this week for only 98c THE SHOE QUESTION has been satisfactorily answered by Kaufmanns. Their large trade proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that their goods are the best and their prices the lowest It stands to reason that other Shoe stores, who buy in small quantities and on long terms of credit, cannot compete with the enterprising Kaufmanns'. Many thousands of dollars are saved annually by those who are shrewd enough to buy their own and their families Shoe supplies at this Mammoth Outfitting Establishment. STRANGERS VISITING THE EXPOSITION WELCOME. Men's fine fleece lined white Underwear, French neck, actual value $z, will be sold this week for 75C Men's extra heavy Natural Wool ribbed end Underwear, sold. last season for $1 49 will be offered this week for $1. Men's superior quality fine Nat ural Wool Underwear, hair line stripe, worth $1 75, will be offered this week for $1 19. Men's extra good.quality Camel's Hair Underwear, guaranteed not to shrink, regular price $1 75, this week only $1 35; Men's fine Scotch Wool Derby Ribbed Underwear, excellent goods, worth $2, this week only $1 39. Men's Jersey ribbed fancy Un derwear, tight fitting, true value $2 25, will be offered this week for $1 50. Men's celebrated Tivoli Under wear, Valley Cashmere Wool, plain and fancy striped, real value $2 25, for $1 65 this week. Men's Yale and Oxford extra fine Lamb's .Wool Underwear, sold usually at $2 25, this week only $! 65. Men's double front and back finest Cashmere Wool, Scarlet and Natural Underwear, worth $2 50, for $1 98 this week. Men's finest imported Underwear, including Cartwright & Warner's, Morley's, Norfolk and Brunswick goods, at $2 25, $2 50 and $2 75. THE HEIGHT OF DtfBABILITX BOYS: UNDERWEAR, Scarlet and Scotch Wool from 17c up. Fancy "Striped, warm and dura ble, only 2QC. Heavy Mixed, comfortable and substantial Underwear at 29c Fine Scotch Wool at 35c. First-class Camel's Hair at 44c. Extra fine Scarlet, 35c up. Fine Australian Wool at 35c. Combination Suits of Underwear (Shirts and Drawers in one piece) from 50c up. Specialties: Chest Protectors. Stomach and Kidney Bandages. Chamois Skin Jackets, Continued on opposite column. pBQTJLLIi"5r G-IRE-A-T JJRGrJLlB I3ST BCOSIHJK" KAUFMANNS CLOU FOR 1IEH. Mechanics and Workingmen, we don't want "you to think that cheap grades as well, for we do that is, we make and sell Honest Low-Price Clothing, but we stop thereI We doa't deal in trash,lf due we aiways jcnocK em an out in gooo. ana auraDle low-pnced T goods. ' ' , MEN'S OVERCOATS. Good' stron& wear-resisting Orercoafc, $4. and $5. 'i ' Gnnrl TAnvr and Oiinrfiillas. Jtfi and Ur " .B Better Beavers and Chinchillas, $8 and $g. , r - , .- . t All-wool Beavers, blue, black or brown, Sio and i2. " T7ira TlAee "Worrtafre -rrr flifirrAnf ctvl t j nn4wtf i Nice Fall Overcoats that'll fit, $5 to $8. TTinj nn fnr Rnndav winr ft to Sir 1. m ..... MM..-, .w. J - , WJ -- ---- VE MEN'S SUITS. Warm and durable Working Suits, strongly-mad? Good Union Cassimere Suits, $6. , Black Worsted Suits, well made and trimmed, $7 to gio." JS Diagonal, Cheviot, Cassimere, eta, in all styles, $12 to $i: MEN'S PANTS. -ad serviceable, every-day Pants,5c oeS-sa - J J3 VW 1 ;, ' "tSSMsW For Farmers, Mechanics, eta, over 300 patterns, $1 to $2. All-wool Cassimere, more than 100 styles, $2 50 to 3. Elegant Pants, in latest shapes and colors, 3 50 to $$. NO-BETTER CLOTHING IN THE COUNTRY THAN THESE. rts THE HAT PROBLEM has been solved by Kaufmanns. They have shown to the world that a fancy label or name pasted inside of a Hat, while they may form sufficient reason in the eyes of the "tony" dealers for an extra charge of several dollars, does not really determine its quality. In substantiation of this claim we simply show our $3 Derbys sold by the exclusive hatters at $5, or our superfine $s Silk. Hats which other. dealers ask $8 for. The qualities, shapes and styles are pre cisely the same, but then we don't paste any English labels in our Hats, "don't you know." STRANGERS VISITING THE EXPOSITION WELCOME. , KAUFMANNS' KAUFMANNS! -ATTD- &2Ain?ttnTJJD STREET V fcgfc. l' J- Jsr..A fLi n k4 Ji&aMskJiM - - .ii.