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THE-- PITTSBURG DISl?ATOH,f-PRIDAT: OCTOBER &Lfil889.t'
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A Buckeye Citizen Proposes to Far
Surpass the Eiffel Tower.
JUDGE SMIM IS IN THE SCHEME.
'Another Extensive Oil Deal Consummated
' . in Entler County.
YOUNG CHRISTIANS IN SESSION.
ALL THE NEWS FROM XEAHBT TOWKS
:SrEClAL TELEGItAir TO TUB SISFJLTCn.
FlXDLAY, O., October 10. Charles Kel
logg, General Superintendent of the Kellogg
Seamless .Tube and Manufacturing Com
pany, of this city, left to-night tor New
Tort, taking -with him the preliminary
drawings for the great tower which is to
eclipse the famous Eiffel structure built for
the Taris Exposition.and which is to be erect
ed in Xew York as a feature of the "World's
Pair in 1S92. In an interview with The
IttsrATCH correspondent before starting
Mr. Kellozg gave the details of the plan
which will be pursued in the construction of
this monster tower, whicli, when completed.
will be the highest building ever erected bT
man on the iace of the globe. The Eiflel
tower is something over 900 feet in height,
while the New York structure is to exceed
this by nearly one-third, being exactly 1,200
Jeet high, piercing the clouds and iorming a
monument visible for many miles.
The plans show a tower square in out
line, broken by ornamental work, mak
ing it a thing of beauty. The ground
plan covers 400 feet square, and
Jrom a solid foundation the struc
ture rises with a pitcli of one foot in five,
which has been demonstrated from the time of
the ancients to be the best proportion to secure
solidity and strength.
In order to ascertain the resisting power
necessary to withstand the force of storms, Mr.
Kellocg has obtained from the Weather Bu
reau at Washington statistics showing tho
maximum velocity of the wind on pike's Peak
and Mount Washington, and from this data he
will adapt his plans to the requirements ot the
tower, in onier mat
2COT THE SLIGHTEST DANGER
from this source need be apprehended. Mr.
Kellogg fully appreciates the magnitude and
importance of the undertaking, but this only
serves as a stimulus to bis efforts. He is an
experienced bridge-builder, having constructed
all the bridges on the line of the Illinois Cen
tral Railroad at the time it was built. Four
bridges across the Mississippi river at Louisi
ana, Quincy, Davenport and Burlington still
stand as monuments to his ability. He is over
CO years of age, tall and commanding in appear
ance, with a large bead covered with iron-gray
lie presents a figure that would attract at
tention anywhere. He is still active and full
of energy and is the inventor of the process
which bears his name for rolling steel tubes
without a weld or seam. Tho works for the
manufacture of these tubes have just been put
in operation in this city at a peat outlay of
money, and it is Mr. Kellosjrs intention to
make all the iron for the tower here and fit it
ready for putting together, a task that will
rive employment to an army of workmen for a
Mr. Kellogc is firm in tho conviction that a
tower in 2s ew York, such as he has now in
hand, that will pierce the clouds and surpass
anything in the world, will pay a dividend of 25
per cent on the investment if properly man
aced. His idea is that, iu addition to being an
object of interest to all because of its novelty,
it will also attract every visitor to the metropo
lis. To this enditwiil be constructed in stories,
each 25 feet high, and these stories will be de
voted to various uses and diversified forms of
entertainment. One story will be an
IMMENSE riCTPEE GALLEEY,
In which will be hung rare works of art, an
other will be dedicated to a fine collection of
BJatuary, and so on. At an altitude of 600 feet,
to which point four elevators will run, there
will be a model restaurant, where visitors may
enjoy all the pleasures of a meal, or lunch, at
r oi in i
vsutrc.vi, miuu ICIIOI. OI .UaUUU juuu.
E. W. PhilliDR. of Xevr ristl!" Sftcrctarv. J
Ed ards, of Reading. The report was
Dr. C. S. Beardsler nf Hartford- Com
A Very Successful Stnto Convention In Pro
gress nt Nitv Castle.
rcrmAL teliokam to iui diepatch.1
New Castle, October 10. The State Con
vention of the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion commcuced in tho First Methodist Church
in this city this afternoon. About 300 delegates
have already arrived. H. K. Porter, of Pitts
burg, President of the State Executive Com
mittee, called the meeting to order, and Ira D.
Sankey the evangelist, presided at the organ
and leu the devotional exercises. The Com
mittee on Permanent Organization nominated
the following officers: President, G. B. Seldon,
of Erie; Vice Presidents, Dr. F. A. Graham, of
an nour on "How to Study the Bible." A sonu
service was conducted In the evening. The
Younc Woman's Christian TTnion Is in session
in Philadelphia, and a telegram of greeting
was received and read here this evening.
The report of the State Executive Committee
showed that 120 associations were now in the
State, with 47 genexal secretaries and about
20,000 members. Rev. Ur. Pnrves, of Pittsburg,
delivered the address of the evening on "Real
Earnestness " Its necessity, how obtained and
retained. His address was an atile effort. He
urged young men to be earnest in Christian
life, and claimed that a young man who was not
earnest was old before his time. The church,
which has a seating capacity of 1,800. was filled
this evening. The meetings will continue
until Sunday evening. Governor Beaver is ex
pected to-morrow. He comes as a delegate
from Harrisburg. The delecates are being
entertained at the homes of the citizens. Some
time during the session Ira D. Sankey will pre
sent formally to the city of New Castle the
magnificent Y. M. a A. building and public
library he has constructed at a cost of nearly
550,000. AN I3IPORTANT MEETIXG.
Thomas Bnes....... Pittsburit
( Catharine Maloney. Pittsburg
(Jacob W. Stlrzell Philadelphia
(Mary Clara White Allegheny.
t Christian Kcber rittsburjs
J Caroline E, Seheler. Pittsburg
( William Stokes Pittsburg
i Ellen Whelan , Allegheny
Andrew Nesbltt .Westmoreland county
JJaue Lannon Pittsburg
J William J. Honp Pittsburg
Sarah Ann Berry. Pittsburg
(William Drake.. ..' Mlffln township
Alary Leadbeater Sllffln township
(KobertJ. McDade....'. Oakland borough
(Clara Canoe Oakland borough
(.lames C. Cramer Allegheny
(MaryA. Lyson Allegheny
f James K. Smith i... ....Pittsburg
( Urace Mel.., .. . Pittsburg
( Anthony Michaels Mlffln township
( Mary O'Brien..... Allegheny
i.tiKiaew wiaii Bands Aiiegneny
lie day. There will also be read
ing rooms, bath rooms, billiard rooms, etc.
Two additional elevators will run from the
base to a height of yuo reet, and a seventh one
will run entirely to the top. All these elevators
will be operated at a high rate of speed by
dynamos, and geared so as to make accidents
impossible. Passengers Hill be enabled to get
on and off the elevators at any point, as in an
On the top floor there will be a writing room,
where ladies may sit down, and in letters to
friends, describe the wonderf nl trip they have
just made to "Above the Clouds," and look
out over the great city 1,200 feet below them.
In order to prevent cranks and insane persons
from jnmping to the ground beneath, the en
tire structure will bo encased in strong wire
netting, rendering accidents and suicides impossible.
Judge Advocate General Swaim, who is
identified with the undertaking, has been here
for several weeks consulting and discussing
with Mr. Kellogg about the plans, and accom
panies him to New York, to lay the details
of the great wrk before the capitalists, who
are furnishing the financial backing.
Plana of the Knlghta of Labor In the Con
ncllsvillo Coke Rccion.
ISrECTAT. TELECBAJt TO THE DISPATCH.1
Scottdale. October 10. The regular quar
terly meeting of division Ho, i, National
Trades Assembly, Knights of Labor, convened
hereto-day. About 50 delegates were present
representing the coke regions. The most im
portant business before tho meeting was the
re.idinz of a part of the division Master
Workman's report. The report contained sev
eral important recommendations. Among
others he brought forward the plan of having
the coal weighed instead of measured, as is
done at present, and explained how this method
would be of advantage to the miners. He also
recommended that the men insist on
having a checkweichman on every tip
ple in the Connellsville coke region.
The report the National Master Workman
and the report of the delegate to the National
Assembly were read and ratified. It is prob
able that a resolution will be adopted calling
for a convention of organized and unorganized
workmen in the coke region to be held in this
place in December, from which a delegate will
be sent to a national convention of workingmen
to be held in January.
The object of this convention will be to estab
lish uniformity in wages in thedifferent regions
throughout the United States. National Mas
ter Workman John B. Rae was present at the
meeting to-day and will remain in the region
for several days. The reports already in show
the division to be in better condition than ever
before. The Division Executive Board is in
session to-night, but nothing can be learned of
the proceedings. The treasurer's report will be
read at to-morrow's session, and will show the
division's finances to be in a very favorable
ettle Gates i Allegheny
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR GEM
If not come and see it We guarantee it
to be the Finest Diamond in ihetcity. "Wo
WATTLES & SHEIFER,
37 FIFTH AVENUE.
GOQPE SHEPARD On Thursday, Octo
ber 10, at 6 o'clock, by the Rev. C. E. Felton, D.
D., at the residence of the bride's parents,
Shadyside, Miss Leer, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Otis Sbepard, to Dr. Geo. H. Goode, of
THOMPSON IRWIN On Thursday even
ing, October 10, 18S9, at 6 o'clock, by the Rev.B.
F.Woodbnrn,at the residence of the bride's pa
rents, Emsworth, Pa., Miss Elva Desdemona
Irwe. daughter of J. H. Irwin, Esq., to Rob
ert L. Thompson, of Allegheny City. No
GOOD CROPS IN OHIO.
Enrly Fears of an Ctmsanlly Short Harvest
Are Not Realized.
tSPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.
Columbus, October 10. Tho official report
of the Ohio State Board of Agriculture on the
acreage and product- of wheat, oats and barley
lor the past harvest, and the percentage con
dition of other crops October 1, was issued.
The report is perhaps the most important of
the year, since for wheat oats and barley the
product is estimated from actual threshing
done in the several townships.
The result is givcu : Wheat Acres sown for
crop of 1880, 2.359.633: product per acre, esti
mated from threshers' reports, 16 bushels;
total product for 1SS9, 57380,608 bushels;
quality compared with a lull average, 00 per
cent; crop of 1SSS still in producers' bands,8 per
cent. Oats Acres sown for crop of 1S89, 1,121,.
C24: product peracre, estimated from threshers'
reports. 31 bushels; total product for 18S), 35,-
oiv.im Dusneis; quality compared with a full
average. 92 per cent Barley Acres sown for
crop of 1SS9, 27,SS3; product per acre, estimated
from threshers' renorts. 27 bushels: total nrod-
uctfor 18S9, 762.095 bushels; quality compared
with a full average. 91 per cent.
A few weeks previous to the wheat harvest
the prospects seemed most discouraging, be
cause of the weak condition of the plant and
the very dry weather, and also to the preva
lence of the grain louse. Correspondents re
ported a verv low estimate, and it was thought
the yield would fall below 30,000.000 bushels.
The harvest dispelled these fears, and the
threshing shows a product of about 37,000,000
MORE BODIES RECOVERED.
There is No Limit to the Horrors of tbo
rSFXCML TELEGIIAM TO THE DISPATCE.1
JoxrirSTOWX, October 10. Two more bodies
Were taken from the Stoney Creek river to-day,
both unidentified. Tho body of tbb woman
found in the Stoney Creek yesterday was iden
tified this morning by her clothing, as that of
Miss Rose Schauller, of Wooavale. The identi
fication was made by her sister Mary. Miss
Rose was a daughter of Joseph Schauller, As
sistant Superintendent of the Woodvale Woolen
MilL He, his wife and daughters. Rose and
Annie, were lost in the flood. Annie's body is
sUll missing, the others having been found.
The funeral will take place to-morrow.
The first widower to wed since the flood. Mr.
Meyer Janowki, who keeps a Etore on Wash
ington street, just below Market, claims to
have been relieved of S700 worth of jewelry on
Tuesday evening. The jewelry was in a satchel,
where it had been put when the store was
closed. Mrs. Janoweki, npon reaching home in
the seventh ward, set the satchel on the door
step and somebody picked it np.
Checks issued by the State Flood Relief Com
mission and sent through the mails are accom
panied by the following circular:
Inclosed please find check for amount awarded
VS3D?T h.e ?n!l1 i's"ntIon by the Flood
Kellef Commission. Trou are requested not to
delay presenting check for payment.
NO MORE NATCRAL GAS.
Fonr Cities Which Will Strike Against nn
Increase In Ratrs.
tFPECTAI. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCn.1
Couet, October 10. The meeting of the con
ferees from the cities of Jamestown, Erie,
Warren and Corry, in reference to the proposed
increase in the price of fuel gas by the Penn
sylvania Fuel Gas Company, took place here
to-day. There were five delegates from Erie,
eicht from Jamestown, six from Warren and
five from Corry. The meeting was called to
order and Mayor Price, of Jamestown, was
chosen chairman, and E. A. llradshaw of
Jamestown, and W. C Plumb, of Corrv, secre
taries. The discussion of the'subject was tetn
S perate. but in a spirit of firmness.
' The result arrived at was that the people of
the four named cities will on and after Novem
ber 1 next, cease using the Pennsylvania Gas
Company's fneL and will remove their gas
burners and not again use the gas until the
company restores the old meters and prices
which were established when they came into
Judge Rnley Probably Fntnlly Irjnrcd.
lSrECIAI-TELtGr.AIJ TO THE OISrATCII.1
CAiTTorr, O., October 10. Common Pleas
Judge Robert Raley, of this district, was
fatally injured this afternoon. Mr. Raley, who
has bnt one arm, was engaged in trimming
apple trees, and in some manner lost his bal
ance and fell a distance of 15 feet, alighting on
his stomach on a picket fennn ft i. .,
conscious at this writing and there is small
hopes of his recovery.
Injured In a Powder Explosion.
fSrECII. TELECnAM TO THE DISPATCH.!
COXJCELLSVT1.I.E, October 10. An explosion
of giant powder fatally injured two Hunga
rians at the Grace Coke Works, of y. J.
Rainey, near here last evening. The Huns
were making cartridges for blasting. One of
them carelessly smoked a pipe and xhe powder
was ignited. One of the men was blown al
most out of the room.
Two Very Tontbfnl Highwaymen.
EbenSBURG, October 10. Two boys, aged 12
and 14, were arrested at Portage yesterday for
stealing two revolvers and shooting a Hunga
rian. The boys met two Hungarians on the
road and demanded their money. This being
refused the boys fired on the Huns, one bullet
taking effect In the shoulder of one of the
HUns, inflicting what -Is thought to be a fatal
ONE MORE BIG DEAL.
Dntler Connty Oil Property Worth 8100,000
Has Changed Hands.
I SPECIAL TELEGBAM TO THE DIBPATCII.1
Butxeb, October 10. Another big oil deal
has been consummated in this county. Hon.
Joseph Hartraan, of MUlerstown, has sold 13
wells and 103 acres of leases on the Archey
Black farm, east of MUlerstown, to the South
Penn Oil Company for $100,000. The wells are
producing 130 barrels per day. There are two
It is said that the production from this prop
erty has fully paid for all the wells drilled,
leaving a net profit of $100,000 to Mr. Hartman.
It is located in the Pontius pool, which lies
along the line dividing the counties of Arm
strong and Bntler. There are several strong
bnjers looking at other Butler county proper-
Cumberland Taller Rnll-oad OQccrs.
rSrr.CIAL TELEGKAJI TO THE DISPATCH, i
Carlisle, October 10. The following offl.
cers were elected at a meeting of the stock
holders of the Cumberland Valley Railroad
held to-day. President, T. B. Kennedy of
Chambersbnrg: directors, Thomas B. Kennedy
Chambersburg: Edward B. Watts and J. Her
man Bosler, Carlisle; J. N. DuDarryLWIster
Morris, H. H. Houston, George B. Roberts
Philadelphia; John Stewart, Chambersbnrc
John P. Green, Philadelphia; W. W. Jennings'
Harrisburg; A. J. Cassatt, Philadelphia. '
State Sabbath School Convention.
IBrECIAI. TELEOBAJI TO Till! DISPATCU.l
CABL1SLS, October 10. The State Sabbath
School Convention was called to order to-day
at Frankford by the president, H. H. Weak
ley, in a neat speech. The programme con
sisted of devotional services, invocation and
song service. The attendance will be large tomorrow.
DInrrlnse Uccnses Granted Yesterday.
J PalrCollins Elizabeth
J Minnie B. Khey Elizabeth
c Frank S. Batch Elizabeth
Louie Batch Elizabeth
Francis Burke Allegheny
I Maggie O'Uready Allegheny
( Richard Lauer Vlt'sbnn;
I Emma Hartung. Pittsburg
J I'Uke SaTage McDonildg
( Anna McCann McDonalds
Danlfl A. Moore .'.Pittslinrir
ielllc Card ritUburg
pilchard C Hughes McKecsport
I Elizabeth J. AlcCleary McKeesport
,y morning. Oc
tober 10, at 3:20 o'clock, ansie Mabt, wifo of
John Baumbaugh, aged IS years 8 months and
Funeral services at her late residence, 348
Spiing Garden avenue. Allegheny City, Satur
day, October 12. at 2 o'clock. Friends of tho
family are respectfully invited to attend. In
terment private. 2
CORE On Wednesday.October 8.UA. CObe,
wife of F. P. Core.
Funeral from her late residence. No. 118
Wabash avenue, West End, Saturday, Octo
ber 12, at 2 r. it. Friends of the family are In
vited to attend.
nnVTCPTrin ur.rtnnitflar. October 8. 1SS9.
at 930 a.m., Thomas abbian, son of A.w.
and Mary J. Covert.
Funeral service on FsmAY, at 2:30 P.M., at
the corner of Forty-fourtbAand Butler streets.
DANIELS On Thursday .morning. October
10,18S9.John A. S. DANiELSAin the 66th year of
Funeral will takp place- on Satubdat
morning, October 12. at 10 o'clock, from tho
residence of his son-in-law, JVihn H. Hnggans,
No. 147 Freeland street, Thirty-first ward,Pitts
burg, Pa. Interment private. 2
EVANS-Suddenly. Tburs&ty, . October 10,.
1S89, Lewis Evaks, Sonthside; inthe 73d year
of his age.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
HAWKINS-Wsdnesday, October 9,1889, at
5 p. m.,Makt, daughter of LilHe- and the late
James Haw kin?, aged 17 years aniUlO months.
Funeral will take place from S3 Tlurd avenue,
Friday, October 11, at 2 p. it. Friends of tha
family are respectfully invited to attend.
HANNAN-On Wednesday, October 9, 1889r.
at bis residence, 119 Locust street, Pittsburg, at
10:30 p. if., VrcLiAM Hassan, aged 31 years.
Funeral on Friday, October 11, afc'A30 A. ar.
Friends of the family are respecttullyVinvited
HENDERSON-Wednesday, October & at 7
p. jr., Robert C. Hesdeesos, in tht 76th
year of bis age.
Services, with high mass7, from Sacred Heart
Church, East End, Friday, October 11, at9 A.
21. Interment private at later hour. 2
KRESS-On Thursday, October 10, l?89,iat
10:40 A.M.. Emma Mathilda Kress, daugh
ter of Reinhard and Wiiselmina Kress, aged IS
years 1 month and 2 days.
Notice of funeral hereafter. ,
MADDEN On Tuesday, October 8; at B35t
p. jr.. xnoiiAS madden, in nis b7tn year, at
bis residence, No. TO, McClure avenue, Alle
gheny. Funeral from St Andrew's R. C. Church,
Beaver avenue, at 9 a. m., Friday, October IE,
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
MARZOLF-On Wednesday, October 9, 1SS9,
at 855 p. m., Walter, youngest son of Henry
and Willemine Marzolf, aged 5 years 3 months.
Funeral from the parents' residence, 202 Re
becca street, Allegheny, on Friday, at 2 p. k.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
McSHANE-On Thursday, October 10, 1889,
at 5 o'clock A. jr.. Ann, relict of the late James
and mother of "Frank and J. Leo Mcdhane, in
her 74th year.
Fnneral from her late residence, No. 22 Sev
enth street, on Saturday, tha 12th Inst, at
8-20 o'clock a. M. Services at St Paul's Ca
thedral at 9 o'clock. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend.
ROLLINGS At Crafton, Pa., P., C. & St H
Ry.. Wednesday, October 9, at 10 P. m., Geokgh
Hesby, infant son of George and Jennie Roll
ings, aged 5 months 19 days.
Funeral Friday afternoon, October 1L
Services at residence, Crafton, 1:30. Interment
at Allegheny Cemetery on arrival of 2:40 train.
SHANNON On Thursday. October 10. at
i2Q p. JL, at her father's residence. No. 119 Elm
street, Ida, only daughter of WV E. and Mary
Shannon, aged 13.
Notice of funeral in daily papers. FSu
TARF-On Thursday, October 10, at 6:30,
Katie, daughter of John and Mary Tarp.grand-
daughter of John Tucker, aged 1 year 11
months and 10 days.
Fnneral from the parents residence, River
road, Chartiers township. Friends of the family
are respectfully invited to attend.
WINTERHALTKR Oi Thursday, October
10, 1SS9, at 10 a. Jr., Michael A, oldest child
of Albert and Mary Wmterhaltcr, aged 2 years,
S months and 15 days.
Funeral on SATURDAY from parents' resi
dence. No. 213 Thirty-sixth street at 9' A. it.
"Friends of the family are respectfully invited
French, finest and choicest of
Plush Coatsand Jackets
and also the finest
in latest cat and fit, are Here perfect
Children's, all sizes, that never were seen so
low for pure wool goods.
9,869 yards, this week 50c, of
Ingrain and Tapestry Carpet-
T, H, LATIMER,
138 Federal St, Allegheny, Pa,
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Paper by the pound, In three grades, 15c, 25c,
85c per pound.
Paper by the Quire or Ream, in Octavo, Com
Legal Cap and Foolscap.
Fino Initial Stationery. S5c per box.
Boxes of Papeterie contafningSl sheets n pa
per and 24 envelopes, from 8c up to SSc a box.'
Court Stationery (plain), 25c per box.
Linen Stationery, 15c and 30c per box.
Irish Linen, by the quire, 10c and 12c
Old Berkshire Mills, Comme.cial, 30c per box.
Old BerkHr Mills. OetaTO- 5!5e nerbox.
f Old Berkshire Mills Envelopes, 10c and 15c per
iuLexinfrton Linen Envelones. 10V ner nackapfl.
V -Books for Addresses, indexed, 98c.
visiting Lists, bound in Russia Leather. 55c
Shopping Lists, bound in Persian Seal. 44c
Eneacremeiit Books. 42c
Cash Accounts, bound in Persian Seal, 42c
'Letter Registers, bound in Russia, 42c
..memorandum books, iuc to Voo.
IBook Covers, 25c
New Books, on all Subjects, Arriving Daily.
Blegest Practice paper Pad in the two Cities,
fortthe Money 240 Pages for only 9c
Fleishman k Co.,
OUR MISSES and CHILDREN'S
WILL BE ON
Saturday of this "Week,
Latest Novelties and ideas out in
MISSES AND CHILDREN'S .
iTELMMED HATS AND TUEBANS
Ttiil be shown. Also
jTJitrimmed Pelt Hats and Turbans.
Velvets, Fancy Birds, Fancy
Feathers, Ribbons, Etc.
Mtitrxis the only kind of an announce
ment' made of this IMPORTANT EVENT.
ComeiaWd bring the children.
H0BNE & WARD,
42 FIFTH A VENUE.
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Urn.,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMJ3ALMER.
Office and residence, 1131 Penn avenne. Tele
phone connection. mylO-69-ttWFSu
JAMES M. FULLERTON,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Sevestit Stbeet.
For Most Exquisite Flowers,
GRAND DECORATIVE PLANTS, TREES
BULBS, ETC., GO TO
OHN R. &A. MURDOCH,
508 Smithfield Street
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND SMILAX
A. M. & JT..B. MURDOCH,
Si n SMITHFIELD ST,
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Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
MERCHANT & CO., importers and deal-era-
in roofing .ttiates, sheet copper, sheet
brass, etc.. New Xork, Philadelphia and
Chicago, are issuing to the trades neat little
illustrated descriptive pamphlet of 24 pages,
entitled"A Tin Roof," descriptive of the
manufacture, sizes, tYiic&nesses, weights and
brand's of the various kinds of tin plate
used in roofing bnindengs. The treatise
fully describes the kindsiof tin roofs, how
to put tin together, and the special advan
tages of standing-seam l-oof, the allowances
for a greater amonnt of expansion and con
traction over that of the flat seam. Also
treats of the gntters, fire walls, soldering,
painting, suggestions, as burilciers' and car
penters' specifications, etc. Hhis little work
has already entered npon its fourth edition,
evidencing the faot of its jmerit, and the
favor which it has met at the- .hands of the
trade. These will be mailed 01,1 application
to the head office or any of itsAliranches.
Industrial "World, September 8.
Forthe balance of this week we
will otffer the following extraordi
54-inch Broadcloth, full line of
colors i quality, 65c
100 pieces Eider Down Cloaking,
fancy patterns and stripes, 75c.
100 pieces Plain Eider Down
Cloaking, all the new shades, 50c.
New stock Country "Flannels, in
checks and Stripes, 40c quality, 35c
Fine French Broadcloths, 50
inches wide, all colors, $1 25 qual
200 pieces Heavy Twilled Red
Flannel, 35c quality, 25c
2po pieces Heavy Blue Twilled
Flannel, 35c quality, 25c.
300 dozen Heavy Flannel Skirts,
full size, 63a
Fur department now open and re
plete with all the late'st and most
elegant line of Muffs, Boas, Capes
and Stoles. Children's Furs our
specialty. See our assortment be
fore making your purchases.
All the newest and richest de
signs and effects in Trimmed Hats,
Bonnets and Turbans. Over 100 dif
ferent and distinct styles in trimmed
pieces now on view. In Untrimmed
Hats, Bonnets and Turbans, every
thing that is new in both Felt and
Wool and all shapes and shades.
An endless variety of Feathers,
Wings, lips, Pom Pons, Ribbons,
Jet Ornaments and Bands, and all
at popular prices.
We offer the following specials in
Gloveseach one a veritable bar
gain: Ladies' 5-hook Kid Gloves, in
black, brown, tan .and slate, and
worth $1; we will close them out at
75c per pair.
Ladies' 4-button Real Kid Gloves,
an elegant quality, in black, brown,
tan and slate, a regular $1 25 glove,
for 99c pair.
Ladies' 8-button Mousquetaires,
and worth $1 25, for 79c pair.
Children's Kid Gloves, new fall
shades, at 50c pair. Also full lines
of Ladies' Merino and Children's
Cashmere Gloves, both in black
and colored, at 24c to 50c pair.
B. & B.
Fetdat, October 11.
Well, what a rush. ,
No one department had a monop
But if the walls of our great 'Cloak
Rooms are not bulged out it is be
cause their strength is ' sufficient to'
hold a crowd so dense that every
body was standing on somebody
else's toes. But everybody was
Webave tho goods
And (he facilities for showing them,
And the" earnest and experienced people to
What is, lacking in these great
Cloak Rooms? SurelV nothincr. ' If
there is Anything we will add it very
quick What is it?
SDLKSAND DRESS GOODS.
A great Black Silk day yesterday.
The new weaves: . .
Are stealing upon the old timers
we have them all. You can't gc
amiss here. Why quote prices
when you can come and see. the
New Dress Goods .arriving daily..
Genuine Scotch Boltings at fi
Fine French Novelties, 13.
Plains to match, $1 2a
, Hew Robes.
Keep pace with our Dress Goods
BOGGS & BUHL,
. 115j 117, 119. 121 Federal sfc Allegheny.
KEWV. ADVERTISEMENTS. ,
It Nb a ,
We have already been compelled
to purchase a second stock of
The same unrivaled excellence
in quality and style at low prices,
which soldtheflrst lot quickly, has
put the new one on the move. Our
assortment ia now the most com
plete, and you will find both your
taste and your form anticipated.
Prices, $7 50,- $10, 811, 812, 813,
$14, 815 and upward.
Extra good values also in
Fall Suits for Men,
Fall Suits for Boys,.
Fall Suits for Children;
Fall Underwear. ;
FALL AND WINTER
Hosiery, to, Uodsrnar!
m. ..- .j m V------A--C
Ad. and nrwwM Iawr tbftfl Mr6T. Oar Ia mfl '
Children's ami La4fa' Ue-O gttto.fa.danc to f ,
"Established Orer Halt a Century."
161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny,
JENNE6S MILLER, has bad aa
sale. Come aad we Mmhl Wo an
(jtutnof s ob
CARTWRIGHT & WARNER
Celebrated H eatery sd ga4enrtar tor hMx.
children and mesrta wtfural seartot 4 wMm.
xneyareiae ees aM onoageot geem lagan- :
THREE HOSR Y SPECIALS:
Children's EagtMb Coahmore K8c, . -j
Double kaees and feet, 5&& (tees 8 to $ woith :
73c: others at 26c, 36e, We, We, 78a, It, jfete tai
LADIES' ENGLISH 2UBBBD
MERE HOSE. itoaMe feeefel aa4
worth double; others' at 266,- 3Se, Me,
,9i, pius ana nevea.
OMEN'S ENGLISH BLACK: C.
U HOSE. doable heels utd teec .
worth S6c; others at 3e, 36e, 9M 7v
Visit thl lsiraesie department a4:sa.
money. Grand dlsjtey ot '
MISSES AND CHILBKEK'S ,y
FALL ASD WIKTER CIlT
Astonishing low prices oa tfeeee bit ai
i i CAMPBELL I m
710 Penn avemw, 7W. , '
'Between SeTenth and BighUi Bltula
fL. . : -i
PHOTOGRAPHER, 18 SECTH I
a. nne, large crayon portrait W I
before ordering efeerrhera. CA
Broom Manufacturers Svppft
ROBERT DICKEY k
77 WATER ST. AND 98 FfflBT j
Assets, January J, WBT.
EDWARDS A KKMTtY,
SM 1 Til Ml
"THE BEST IB THE CHEAPEST-"
To Buyers of Seal Garments:
The buyer of fur, unless an expert lodge, is
at the mercy of the seller. It is, therefore, to
the adrantago of the intending purchaser to
deal only with a .RELIABLE house. Having
an experience in the fur business of OTer
HALF A CENTURY, and belnc direct Diana-
lactnrers, we ciaira to (rrre yon tnat benefit.
we simply ask an Inspection of onr laree and
MUFFS, BOAS, etc
beautiful stock of BE
We are makinir orer old Seal Baennes In tti
newer and mere stylish shapes reasonably and
441 WOOD STREET,
Fire Doors from Fifth avenue.
N. B, Highest market price paid for old
Seal Sacg.ues. oc2-MW
Sixth St. and Penn Ave,
This season's catch of
Bloater Mess Mackerel
GEO. K. BTEVENRON & CO..
SIXTH AVENUE. Jal2-C9-MWT
Our goods and also our prices will bear the olooMi
Inspection. Tou -will be convinced that these are fiwiilt-".
you will call and see for yourselves. Every article marked.
showing former and present (Closing Out) prices. Below it
give prices on a few articles:
Decorated 56-piece Tea Sets at $3 20 per set aad rsBglag'iip to Myer.
Kt jjummwa. imbhict sets, complete witrr jar, at ?a au per set aa
tug np to 45 per set. English Decorated 180-pieee Diaaer Sett, nm 'Bii,,
i.i au buu raugiu up to ouu. urass zteatOB JTiano Lftfflp, Tvifli MM
burner and umbrella, shade, all complete, at 8 90 asd raagkg fi mC'
Decorated Vase or Table Lamps, with large barnerand deaerated Amt ..
match, at $2 20 and ranging up to $24, tedneed frem J63. BaHqaet ' -np
(which are all the go in the East) complete with decorated blsq, or -'
brella shade, at $3 95 and ranging op to $2G SO. Sogers' DknerXsira t .
f 1 21 per set. Brass Extension Hanging Lamps at $1 40 eaca and rangiag m j
pries up to (24. Gas fixtures, Bronzes and Clocks, Chandeliers aad M'
Lights, ArtPotteries, comprising Bisque, Boyal Woreester, Old Hall, Ciwa
Derby, Hungarian, "Wnrtemberg and .other famous wares; Ja&ey Tabta, i
Bronze and Onyx, Pedestals and Easels. Pull line of domestic pwesed a4
rich cut Glassware, for hotel and household. Wedding and Aaaiyetwrj
Gilts at Closing Oat Prices.
TheJ. P.Smith Lamp, Glass and China Co.,
935 Penn Ave., Between Ninth and Tenth Sts.
P. S. Please call in the morning and avoid the afternoon rush. '
Nobody intends to- buy
mean clothing. It isn't made
well; it doesn'r look well, it
J a "J v m a bm II I 1a
"u""' tm WI. X ilb UUOl' TIT1 T?-T-TI.?j. t a1 T7 ..... 11 . r
... .i i . w nose ..cxniDit at cne -cxposmon couia not, as. iar"as com-
jf- X i,':.v. t j pleteness is concerned, be improved in the slightest. ThatJis.j
"n. liiv. uiu, xk a iiiauc lu - g-.j
sham! ttx '
nurrK fcJKu&, dc ju,j
f- O.D.LEVIS, Solicitor of Patents,
311 Filth avenne, above Smithfield. nextLeader
office. (No delay.) Established 20 years.
JONES. SI Fourth avenne.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS
4 Paris Exposition.
of the firm Manufacturing the Ke-nowned
Dytpepiia's Victims are numbered by thou
sands. Do not continue In misery, but give
Hood's Sarsapirtlla a trial. The many re
markable cares It has effected warrant us in
nrginc Jt upon your attention If you suffer
from Indigestion, sick headache, biliousness or
ouer .stomach disorders. Be .sore to
H-P. A LA SIBEIE CORSETS
Was appointed a Member of the Jury on Cor
sets' by the French Government, rendering,
their Exhibit "Hors-Conconrs," signlf ylng "out
of all competition," the Highest Honor that
can be bestowed on a manufacturer In France,
outranking the Highest Medals.
446 AND 448 BROADWAY,
OasIfcL aiid OedLij House,
923 and 925 Penn-avenue, near Ninth street.
Wo have just received and have nov ready for Inspeotion,
beautiful China Dinner Sets, Fish Stfts and a full line of nice
China, odd pieces, to. whioh we invite the attention of the ladies.
R R WALLAQS: & CO.,
Look out for it at the be
ginning of the season! Look
out for it at the end! No
body wants it if they know it
It's great on reductions.
How different it is with
Wanamaker clothing. Peo
ple who get it like it. It
wears long, the service is
satisfactory and the price is
low. It gains and holds cus-
We make and sell the
clothing. Dealing with cus
tomers, face to face, is eco
nomical for customers. We
deal with you who are to
wear the clothing. By that
glan Tve get to know you,
and what you like best, and
we save profits.
The most perfect merchant
tailoring: 1,000 styles of
Sixth street and Penn avenue.
' '" .4
Whose pretty little Cottare in the Gallery, well known to alKs
as the Moorish Villa, is always surrounded by a circle- of
admirers, who exclaim, "What a Lute Kitchen, "What? a.
Magnificent Parlor, and hundreds of other expressions whicqa
convey congratulations to the firm, whose tact and energjH
can be all the more appreciated by a call at their place of
REMEMBER WE CARRY I NSTOdBI
Everything that can be possibly used in a completely
nished house, no matter how expensive or elegant it mayJl
We make this assertion more boldly now than ever, becaii
we are more complete, carry a larger variety, later sfylestamjl
designs, anaiasr. put not least. m
THE MERCANTILE AGENCY
R. O. Dun & Co.,'
Bank Bnlldmg. 423 wood fetreet, cor-
of Diamond, Pittsburg, Pa. .
supplies all necessary
This l establishment
Information as to the stam
etc., of business men throughout North Amer
ica, it is we oiaesc ana uy iar vne most com
plete and extensive system ever organized tot
the accommodation of Banking and Mercantile
interests and the General Promotion and Pro
tection or xraae.
are lower than ever.
are the best and lowest in, the city. Now, when we offer.
inducements as the above don t you think it to your
and to the safety of your pocketbook to deal with us.
need nothave the full amount in cash, as we will let you;
the gocras on
EAST TEEMS OP PAYMENT.
HOPPER BROS. & CO.,
THE COMPLETE HOUSEFURNISHERS
'.OPPOSITE ST. OHABIjEa. ;