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THE PITTSBURG-. ,. DISPAT0H,,
SATURDAY, ,. .OCTOBER
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A WAGNER CONCERT.
As Usual the German Master's Music
Pleased the Multitude.
SCHOOL CHILDREN ADMITTED.
Saturday is Always the People's Day at the
BINMIASTER IXNES IS TEEr POPDLAE
"Citizens Day," "Society Day," "Fash
ionable Day" so Friday of each week has
come to be designated in connection with
the Exposition, and the appellation is -well-merited,
for upon that day the people of the
two cities turn out in lorce to attend the
popular exhibition, the millionaire touch
ing elbows with the mechanic and the belle
of the season with the belle of the kitchen.
Yesterday was no exception to the rule
and the attendance was not only large, but
brilliant. The favoring skies had much to
do with this condition of things doubtless,
but pride in the local show had equally
much, and above all was the desire to bear
the excellent music discoursed by Band
master Innes and his corps oi excellent mu
sicians. The programme for the afternoon
was a most enjoyable one, but the "Wagner
programme last night was a master stroke
and the music was equal to a superior con
cert To-day will be another People's Day, and
the largest attendance of the season is ex
pected. A special musical programme has
been arranged for the day and evening, as
The following splendid programme has
been prepared by Conductor Innes:
TAKT 12 O'CLOCK.
1. Overture, "Pvgmalion and Galatea".. Snppe
Z Solo for cornet. "Concert Walti" (new).King
Sir. Thomas Clark.
3. Popular sclection'Plantation Echoes"
4. Quintet for saxaphones. alto, clarinet
and fagot. "I'll Meet Yoq Dar".... Foster
Messrs. Hall, Nevin, Schutte, Timmons
5. Galop (Hnmorestique),"The Hen Con
6. Overture "Zampa." Herald
7. FantaziaDescriptive "Funeral March
of a Marionette," Gounod
This charming little morceau describes the
funeral of a marionette as witnessed by the im
mortal composer at Egyptian Hall, London,
England, in 1867. Written more to while away
an idle bonr than to fulfill any serious purpose,
its quaint conceit and vivid descriptive power
have made its appearance upon all high-class
programmes more than welcome.
8. Popular Fantasia
Reminiscences of Sullivan
9. Trombone solo, "Inflimmatus" Rossini
Mr. W. F. Innes.
This great solo has been rendered the world
over by Mr. Innes, whose masterly handling of
the subject has helped make its fame, while at
the same time adding to his own.
10. March, "Leg Voluntaries" Metra
Yesterday the big buildings were overrun
wltn 1,200 school children whose frolics and
joyous laughs thawed the colder hearts of the
CHURCH ORGANS, REED
6. Hamilton, Not. 91 and 93 Fifth Avenue.
.'Some magnificent instruments have been
added to this already superb display. Con
spicuous among them is the dough and War
ren church organ, it having Scribner's qualify
ing tubes and reeds: Clough and Warren being
the only manufacturers who use them. This
one has two manuals, the "stops" running
through all the registers; two octaves of pedal
bass notes, the reeas of which are contained in
the pecnliar boy seat for the organist; it has all
the attachments necessary to a complete
organ, and is pumped by an electric
motor, richly carved massive case.
Altogether an instrument of great value
either for a-cburch or large music room. Price
with motor S750 without motor 700. Other
Clouch and Warren organs have been added;
also a Storj & Clark (a reed organ), which, in
its elegant case of bird's eye maple, and nickel
stops, has been much admired; several more of
those lncomcarable Estey's, so long and so
favorablvknown' that lore criticism is needless.
Decker Bros, have made a new departure as to
cases: a new piano, is of antique oak, with
massively hand-carved pedestal feet, ends,
panels, music rack, indeed, everywhere that
' such elaborate workmanship would be percuss
able or appropriate. The case is truly fitting
for this lovely Cabinet Grand, which is new
style No. 28. A Parlor Grand, Decker Bros.,
has just been placed in one corner, and Its deli
cious tone and faultless action cannot fail to
entrance every genuine lover of music. Then
there is a new No. 16, upright, of tne same
make, going to swell the list, whilo still others
are to follow.
As an evidence of the perfection of the
pianos in which Hamilton deals, he has sold
nine from the Exposition stand, in addition to
his business at the salesrooms, 91 and 93 Fifth
avenue. This speaks well for Hamilton's
goods, Hamilton's stand and the Exposition.
Among the attractions at Hamilton's stand is
the great Italian automatic piano which thou
sands flock to hear, tor its novelty and brilliant
tone. This piano was kindly loaned for an Ex
position attraction by Mr. William McKay,
the celebrated caterer of McKeesport, Pa,
Hamilton has a great exhibit surely of worthy
samples drawn from his Immense stock at 91
and 93 Fifth avenue.
Richie Brothers Philadelphia.
Biehle Brothers stand at the head of testing
machine makers and have maintained their
position ever since they introduced the manu
facturing of these machines as a regular branch
of industry in this country.
They have a handsome and interesting ex
hibit in Machinery Hall of a very extended
variety, but it will only give a faint idea of the
various testing machines which this firm
Their success has been remarkable, and the
- xueme aesung unaenme" nas Deen adopted by
the United States Government as the standard,
and is used in most of the leading railroads and
institutions of learning in the country.
Special care is taken in the construction of
the "Biehle Testing Machine," and only the
best material is worked up by skillf nl workmen
Into machines that are modVls of grace and
In connection with the machines they use
their "Extensometer" for determining elastic
limit and modulus of elasticity. It is mechani
cal, without any electrical attachment, is very
quickly attached and detached.
Biehle t Bros, are makers of the best class
of scales in the country, embracing all that is
needed from small counter scales to the largest
railnxid and factory sizes.
All who are interested are invited to call and
examine their exhibit at the Pittsburg Expo
sition. DEMMLER BROS., 52G AND 52S SMITH
Conveniences for Housekeeping
If housekeeping is not easy to the ladies of
Pittsburg the trouble must lie with themselves,
is the unanimous verdict of those who have
"taken in" the fine exhibit of this firm on the
main floor. Not only are the large matters
represented in full, but every little conceit and
device in the way of a work simplificr is hang
ing here, there and everywhere about this en
ticing display. Pasteur filters. If ew Era wash
ing machines, natural gas grates and laundry
stoves, coal vases, hot water nrns
Grand Rapids carpet sweepers, pat
tent fryers for croquettes, adjnsta
ple pie plates. "Sensible" sad-irons, glass rolling
pins, egg beaters that make that usually
tedious work a pastime, coffee mills and coffee
pots that produce a delicious beverage in one
minute of time, broilers, griddle greasers, ens
pidores, dish pans and every sort of pans, flour
and bread tins, clothes wringers, water coolers,
imperial stone hollow ware that cooks food
without turning it black, cutlery for table,
kitchen and personal use, trays, tubs and pails
of that serviceable indurated fiber ware, steel
skillets that are warranted not to break even if
they should hive a fall, and the desirable Em
pire roaster and baker, the best contrivance for
the purpose ever invented, and on and on until
a column would not hold the mere names of the
articles, all useful, shown at this space.
MELLOR & HOENE'S GREAT EXHIBIT.
Pianos and Orcnns.
VVhen yon speak of tho splendid instruments
carried by this firm, everybodyknows what yon
are talking about, for the thousands of pianos
and organs which have been placed bv M el or
A Hoene in homes, churches and lodges have
given such unqualified satisfaction, that it Is an
open secret that they are the people to deal with
If vou want the very best the market affords.
Take for instance the Hardman pianos that
have walked right into public favor; they
are wonderful instruments, possessing phe
nomenal durability, great power and fullness
ot tone, and from their peculiar construction a
Iierfect action that is perforce lasting. This
ast is effected through having the "metal key
frame support;" the keys and action are
clamped to this iron frame, and as climate does
not affect it, it always remains level, and the
"key sucking." so prevalent with the warped
wooden apport,is avoiuoa. Another great I 1IX f WIT TT IMC to-morroui'a Dis
advantage in she Hardman pianos U the patent Ala It It lliLlAillb. patch, alia cm
-Harp step attachment," to be used at mO; I Jeretttng talk on lealhtr."--
this reduces the striking distance or blow of
the hammer, so that the volume of tone is cut
off, and any amount of exercises may be prac
ticed without annoyance to neighbors, without
putting the instrument out of tune, and with
little or no wear upon the "pelts."
Then there are the Kratauer Bros, pianos,
noted for their beautiful singing tone, elegant
cases, 'great durability, and exquisite touch;
surely recommendations to make any piano
Organ firms are .represented by samples or
Palace, Chicago Cottage and Chase. The sell
playing .ffiolian organ has a fine octave key
board, the usual stop action, and the automatic
or self-playing action. By a careful and judi
ious arrangement ot the perforated papers,
which are the equivalents of the barrels in
music boxes, a large and varied repertoire of
classical or popular music may be played at
wilL All the instruments mentioned In this
article and others are carried in large stock
at the "Templo of Music," No. 77 Fifth avenue.
Trymbv, Hunt & Co., Philadelphia.
The success of this exhibit has been so
marked that it demonstrates to a nicety that
Pittsburgers appreciate the elegant goods
shown in the display of this representative firm
of the Quaker City. In the home stores are to
be soen exquisite bits of beauty, result of care
ful, thoughtful study of what is practical
beautiful and artistic in the models of both
this and the Old World parlor, drawing room
dining room, chamber and library suites and
hall furniture in the styles, wood, finish and
price you want. Fancy and ornamental
furniture in those delicious things, escritoires,
pedestals, cabinets, etc., in the Vernis
Jiartin decorations, and Mexican onyx and
brass, and Mexican onyx and gold. The won
derful curtain departmentandart inetal work-Bric-a-brac,
representing all the famous oat
terns of tho world, or to sum it up, the house
in Philadelphia isthe finest exhibition of in
terior decoration to be found in America, and
should be enjoyed by all visitors to that city.
Trymbv, Hunt & Co. furnish designs, plans
and estimates for complete furnishing of a
whole house or single apartment. Call at the
exhibit in main buildingand consult their rep
resentative. Mr. J. KDow will give all infor
mation in regard to the business, which is lo
cated at Nos. 1219-1221 Market st, Philadelphia.
A DAINTY EXPOSITION.
Hardy & Hayes, No. 529 Smiihflcld Street.
This energetic young firm of jewelers, art
dealers and silversmiths, again come to the
front with their usual fall exposition of "dainty
things" for wedding gifts. Visitors to the
great Pittsburg Exposition who fail. to visit
this store will have missed one of the sights of
the city. These pushing yonng men had a di
rect buyer at the Paris Exposition, besides
having large orders with "French Commis
sionaires" to pickup the freshest novelties for
them. The result of all this enterprise is a dis
play in their art room, in the rear of their store,
on the ground floor (no stairs to climb), far sur
passing any previous effort. Remember the
store is in their new building, S29 Smlthfl eld bl
Prof. W. C. Doyle's pupils of the Hiland
Piano School, East End, will give a mnslcal at
Echols, McMurray & Co.'s music stand Satur
day evening at 8 P. sr.
THE BLOCK SIGNAL.
The New York Central Will Adopt It on
Its Entire Line.
rSFECUU. TELEGEAM TO TBS DI8FATCB.J
New Yoek, October 11. President De
pew confirms the report that the New York
Central Sailroad Company is considering
the advisability of adopting the block system
over the entire line from New York to
Buffalo. General Superintendent Toucey
and Assistant Superintendent Voorhees.Mr.
Depew said, are examining the system in
use on other roads and getting the opinions
as to their operative value.
Mr. Depew thought that the system in use
on the Central in the tunnel and as far as
"Woodlawn and Spuyten Duyvil was the
best in this country, as far as it went; but
they had not decided to extend this. They
want the best that can be devised, he re
marked, and the probability is they will
combine the ideas of various signaling sys
tems. The blocking in the Fourth avenue tunnel
is done from signal towers, of which there
are a dozen or more up to Spuyten Duyvil
and Woodlawn. Semaphore arms drop from
the bridges over the tunnel the instant a
train passes, and remain down until the
train is out of the block. The work is done
by levers and wires.
"The Pennsylvania road is commonly said
to have the best system of signaling, but
Mr. Depew said they were thinking seri
ously of changing lor an automatio system
that is now being tried west of Pittsburg.
But automatic devices, President Depew
said, he had not a great deal of confi
A BANKRUPT CIRCUS.
The Manager Disappears, Owing Perform
ers and Others from $400 to 810 Apiece.
rSrZCUI.TELXGEAX TO THE DISPATCn.1
Middletowu, N. Y., October 11.
Frank A. Bobbins' circus, menagerie and
Wild West show started out on a season's
tour from Washington, N. J., in
April last The show had on its
salary list abont 25 performers
and about 75 canvas men, musicians, driv
ers, etc The outfit included about 100
horses, two elephants and other wild ani
mals and needed appliances. The circus
went West as far as Lcadville and then
turned and worked its way back to this
State, with the intention of going into
winter quarters in this city.
On Friday, while the show was at De
posit, Manager Bobbins unexpectedly dis
appeared. On Sunday the show came on
and took possession of the winter quarters
here. When the show got here it is alleged
that there was due to the performers from
550 to 5400 apiece and to theennvasmen
and ordinary helpers from $10 to 550 apiece.
At this juncture J. A. Holmes, a New York
museum manager, appeared here and took
possession ot all the paraphernalia of the
show as the owner of the property, except
the. elephants and other wild animals, which
are conceded to belong to Adam Fore
paugb, of Philadelphia.
TWO VERT CUTE CWVICTS.
They Scaled ,the Prison Wall and Poisoned
the Dog in Pursuit.
LoursvnLE, October 11. Henry Poin
dexter and Marion McBride, convicts in the
Eddyville penitentiary, escaped last even
ing by scaling the outside prison wall.
Their absence was soon discovered and pur
suit was commenced with trained blood
hounds. The dogs took the trail at once
and it was thonght the convicts would be
overhauled, but soon one of the best dogs
was found dying.
Poison had evidently been dropped by
the convicts and the dog picked it up. The
animal's death cheeked pursuit for some
time and it is now thought the convicts will
escape for good. Both were sent up in 1886,
Poindexter being given 16 years for burglary
and McBride six years for horse stealing.
SILK, plush and cashmere cans for chil
dren. More than thrice the variety that
you can find at any other house. Hun
dreds of entirely new, quaint and unique
styles among them that have been imported
by ourselves. Prices from EOc up.
Katjfmaitns' Cloak Department.
The Greatest Hosier Bargains Are Here
See them plain facy cotton, plain and
ribbed cashmere all the black hosiery here
is strictly fast black and stainless the
largest hosiery department
Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Extra good value in ladies' cloth, 52
in. wide, 60c a yd., worth 80c; all leading
colors. Hugos & Hacke.
Lndlea' and Children's Hosiery.
Onr stock is the largest
Onr styles the latest.
Our prices the lowest
Jos. Hoene & Co.'s .
Penn Avenue Stores.
Closing out all goods regardless of cost
or value. Come quick and get a bargain.
P. Schoenthal, 612 Penn avenue.
Men's underwear, at James H. Aiken &
Co.'s, 100 Fifth ave.
-Bluer & Boston's New 8torc
Just the same, but totally different, is the
store of Biber & Easton, No. 505 Market
street. They were closed seven weeks for
repairs, and in those weeks no time was lost.
The two buildings formerly occupied were
thrown into one and two stories added. An
elevator was put in, ladies' toilet rooms
arranged on the three upper floors, and with
large plate-glass windows, fresh paint and
new carpets the store is as before stated
just the same, but totally different. Just
the same, because the' location is un
changed and the same obliging proprietors
and force of clerks await their customers;
different, because of the many improve
ments. The stock carried is much more
extensive than formerly, a whole floor being
devoted to cloaks, on which anything from
a sealskin may be purchased, while
another floor is devoted to house furnish
ings, in the shape of curtains and blankets,
the main floor, as heretofore, containing an
attractive stock of dress goods, trimmings,
handkerchiefs, gloves, etc.
largest Stock Men's FIno Neckwear, Eon-
And New York makes, in latest styles and
largest variety here to-day and till 9
o'clock to-night. Jos. Hoenk & Co.'s
Fenn Avenue Stores.
Mothers, read and remember this: 900
children's cloaks, sizes 4 to 12, made of
first-class and dependable materials, in a
large variety of new colors and designs, will
be offered at only $1 65 to-day at Kauf
manns' cloak department.
Extka good valne in ladies' cloth, 62
in. wide, 60c a yd., worth 80c; all leading
colors. HUGUS & Hacke.
SIDNEY LUSKA SStt
Dispatch a re-
marcable nihilistic Romance.
Mnrrinse Licenses Granted Yesterday.
J Herman Koerth Pittsburg
Alwlene Pfelffer Pittsburg
5 Frank Cnlllnan Allegheny
(May Power : , Allegheny
J John H. Kennle Allegheny
I AnnaDolg Allegheny
I Edward A. Kogers Pittsburg
(Ellxa M. Henry ."...Pittsburg
J Wendelin Binder. Pittsburg
Elisabeth Klein Carlton
McKELVr-NOEL At the home of the
bride, Lamar, Mo., on October 3, 1889, by Rev.
J. W. Heagen, Miss Mamie Noel, daughter of
William Noel, to Mr. Wizbub F. McKsxvt,
STIRZEL-WHllE On Thursday, October
10, by the Rev. B. F. Woodbum, at the resi
dence of the bride's father, Miss Caddie,
danghter of Dr. J.D.White, of Allegheny, to.
Mr. J. W. Stibzel, of Philadelphia.
BRA'WDY At Sharpsburg, on Frlday,Oc
tober U, 16B9, Carrie G., daughter of John A.
and Maggie M. Brawdy, in her 6th year.
Funeral from her parents' residence, 1415
Main street, on Sunday, October 13. at 2-20 P.
M. Friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend.
BURKHABT-On Friday, October U.1SS9.
at 10:30 A. it., Frederick, son of George and
Margaret Agnes Burkhart, aged 13 months.
Funeral from the parents' residence, Atwood
Street, Oakland, on Sunday, October 13, at 2
o'clock. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend.
' BATJMBAUGH On Thursday morning. Oc
tober 10, at 320 o'clock, annie Mary, wife of
John Baumbaugh, aged 46 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 the
family are respectfully invited to attend. In
terment private. 2
BTJSHFIELD Attheresidenceof his parents,
No. 223 Fifth avenue, at 12:40 A. M.. October 11,
1S89, ot diphtheretic croup, James 8., son of
George T. and Martha Homer Bushfield, in the
4th year of bis age.
Funeral services will take place Saturday,
October 12, at 2:30 p. m. Interment private at a
later hour. ""
DANIELS On Thursday morning. October
10.18S9.John A. S. Daniels, in the 66th year of
Funeral will take place on Saturday
morning, October 12. at 10 o'clock, from the
residence of his son-in-law, John H. Huggans,
No. 147 Freeland street, Thirty-first ward,Pitts
bnrg. Fa. Interment private. 2
EVANS Suddenly October 10, 1BS9, Lewis
Evans, Mnriel and Thirteenth streets, South
side, in the 73d year of his age.
Funeral on Saturday afternoon, Octo
ber 12, at 2 o'clock, from the Welsh Presby
terian Church, corner Second avenue and
Cherry alley. Friends ot the family are In
vited to attend.
FREDERICK At the family residence in
Shaler township, on Friday, October 1L 1889, at
425 o'clock A. Jr.. MAGGIE, daughter of Ema
line and Ernest Frederick, in the 22d year of
Funeral notice hereafter.
KEABNS-On Friday, October 1L 1889. at
12:40 p. M., Frank J., son of John S. and May
Kearns, aged 15 years.
Funeral will take place from the residence of
his parents. No. 72 South Seventh street n
Sunday atternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
KRESS-On Thursday, October 10, 1889, at
10:40 A. M., Emm A Mathilda Kress, daugh
ter oi xvuiuuaru huu tt jiueiuiuia WcS3, ageu 14
years 1 month and 2 days.
Funeral from residence of parents, No. 375
Ohio street Allegheny, Sunday, October 13,
at 2 P. M. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend.
MOON At the residence, 145 Fayette street
Allegheny, on Friday evening, October U, 18S?
at 11 o'clock, Kdna Belle, youngest child of
D. G. and Isabella Moon, aged 7 years.
Notice of funeral In evening papers.
MOWRY On Thursday, October 10, 18S9 at
430 P. M., Miss Katharine Mowry. '
Friends are invited to attend the funeral ser
vices at Calvary P. E. Cbnrch, East End, at 230
p.m. Saturday, 12th inst Interment private.
McSHANE On Thursday, October 10 18S9
at S o'clock A. ., Ann, relict of the late James
and mother of Frank and J.Xeo MctJhane.in
her 74th year.
Funeral from her late residence. No. 22 Sev
enth street, on Saturday, the 12th Inst., at
830 o'clock A. ar. Services at St. Paul's Ca
thedral at 9 6'elock, Friends of tho family are
respectfully invited to attend.
BITZEIi-Friday, October 1L 1889, at 6-40 a
M., Julius Eitzel, aged49 years and 9 months!
Funeral will take place on Sunday afterI
noon at 330 from late residence, No. 1C2 Perry
street, Allegheny. Friends of family, and es
pecially the members of the Knights of St.
George, Pins Society, St Mary's 8ociety, Inde
pendent Allegheny German Beneficial Bociety
Hessen Society, Cecelia Maennerchoir, are re
spectf ully Invited to attend.
SMITH Suddenly, at Brushton, on October
10, 18S9, EPHRAIM, second son of A. B. and
Ada E. Smith, aged 6 years and 9 months.
Funeral services will be held at the parents'
residence, on Amanda street Brushton Sat
today. October 12, at 230 p. it. aAT
SHANNON On Thnrsday, October 10 at
4:20 P. M.. at her father's residenrn Wn no 4-,
street Ida. only danghter of Yf. E. and Marv
Shannon, aged 13 years.
Funeral on Sunday at 2 p. h. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
JAMES ARCHIBALD & BRO
LIVERY AND BALE STABLES.
117. 119 and 138 Third avenue, two doors loelow
Smithneld st, next door to Central Hotel.
parties, 4a, at the lowest rates. AH new car.
riages. Telephone communication. myl-ll-Tis
TJEPBESEMTED IN PITTSBURG IN ISO."
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Insurance Co. of 2forth America.
flosses amustea and paid ny WILLIAM L
WESTERN INSURANCE CO.
NO. 411 WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIM1CK, President
JOHN a JACKSON. Vice President
fe22-2S-TT3 WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
The Great English Complexion SOAP.
DtAb & J
Of all ms&m, tot Deware or liitato!.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
Our exhibit of the new Fall
Designs in all grades and de
scriptions of Floor Coverings
is a magnificent display of the
latest styles and newest effects
Some of the most elegant
of these are to be seen in our
window on Fifth avenue.
The Wiltons, Moquettes
and Body Brussels there
shown are the very latest ar
tistic effects bf design t and
Notably beautiful among
our line of "private patterns"
are the "Morris" designs.
Those who need new Car
pets should select now when
the assortment is full.
33 FIFTH AVENUE 33
OUR MISSES and CHILDREN'S
WILL BE ON
Saturday of this Week,
Latest Novelties and ideas out in
MISSES AND CHILDREN'S
TRIMMED HATS AND TURBANS
will be shown. Also
TJntrimmed Pelt Hats and Turbans. ;
Velvets, Fancy Birds, Fancy
Feathers, Ribbons, Eto.
This is the only kind of an announce
ment made of this IMPOETANT EVENT.
Come and bring the children.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTJB JL TENTJE.
Ty jpe "W:g-tri -n g?
Tanght'Day and Evening at
For Terms call at the CoUece Office,
49 Fifth Avenue.
For this.week we will offer Flobert rifles, side extractor, at $2 00: Flohert rifles. Rem
ington action, chambered for 22-cal. cartridges, at 13 00; Warriant action Flobert's, 22 cat,
at H 00; same make, 6 Bs, at $5 00: Winchester repeating short gnns at $19 00; donble-.
barrel mnzzle loaders, Dar lock, at $5 00; double-barrel breech loaders, 87 00 and upward;
100 paper shells, 60c; wads, 250 for 10c; loading sets, 25c; belts, 25c
. :BL SIT, 934 Liberty St., Cor.-Smithfield.
Send for onr mammoth Illustrated Catalogue, free of charge. oc6-ttssu
W. L. Douglas' name and me price are stamped on the "bottom of al
Shoes advertised bvhlin YinfnrA luavfne. hta fftntnrv ttifa nMt.g .h-
wearers against high prices and inferior goods. Take none unless sostamped, nor be deceived
by others claimed 10 be as good, on which dealers make more profit, but send direct to factory
and receive by return mail what you want State kind, button, congress or lace, wide or narrow
toe, size and width usually worn, and inclose price with order. Prompt delivery and satisfac
tion guaranteed. Address; W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mats.
W. L. DOUGLAS $3 AND 52 SHOES
Both Ladles' Shoes are made in sizes from 1 to
STYLES OF LADIES' SHOES.
.. 'Th Trench Opera." "The Spinljh Arch Opera," "The American Common-Senie," "The
Medium Common-Sense." Atl made In Button In the Latest Styles. Alto, French Opera' in
Front Lace, on S3 Shoe only.
SPECIAL W.U DOUGLAS $3 GRAIN SHOE (laced) for Gentlemen, with heavytap aola
vl l-Uljnu nd strictly, waterproof, It just out. W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mats.
FOE SATJE JB-ST
I , H. J. & Q. M. Lane. Forty-fifth and Butler
FlS.ri78:F,2.havenS E: a Sperher.lg8 Carson street. In Allegheny City, by Henry Rosser,'
I iS8 Federal street,-andE.G. HoUman, 72 Rebeoca street, . '" J seal-flfrrrs I
For the balance of this week we
will offer the following extraordi
54-inch Broadcloth, full.line of
colors, 5i 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;
200 pieces Heavy Blue Twilled
Flannel, 35c quality, 25c.
300 dozen Heavy Flannel Skirts,
full size, 63c
Fur department now open and re
plete with all the latest 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 Telt and
Wool and all shapes and shades.
An endless variety of Feathers,
Wings, Tips, Pom Pons, Ribbons,
Jet Ornaments and Bands, and all
at popular prices.
We offer the following specials in
Gloves each one a veritable bar
gain: Ladies s-"0 Kra 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.
Sixth St. and Penn Ave,
IMG - CLOAKS
AT SHORT PRICES.
We have jnst received a lot of
those elegant NEWMARKETS,
in fine Black and Blue Beaver,
nicely finished and with silk
A fnll line of Black Beaver
NEWMABKETS, .Italian fac
ings and well made through
striped and mottled effects, very
very stylish, in plain and fancy
We call special attention to our Children's
Fleishman .& Co.,
W. L DOUGLAS
PO Oil LC. GENTLEMEN.
Our claims for this tho over ill other $3 shoes
It contains better materlil. .
II is more stylish, better fitting and durable.
It gives better general satisfaction.
It saves more money for the consumer.
Its great success is due to merit.
It cannot be duplicated by any other manufac
It is the best in the world, and has a larger de
mand than any other 3 shoe advertised,
$s finn wlfl be Pald to any person who will
vr,uuu prove the above statements to be untrue.
The following line of shoes will bo found to be of
the same high standard of excellence.
$5 00 GENUINE HAND-SEWED SHOE.
$4 00 HAND-SEWED WELT SHOE.
S3 50 POLICE AND FARMERS' SHOE.
$2 50 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE.
$2 25 WORKINGMAN'S SHOE.
$2 00 GOOD.WEAR SHOE.
S2 00 and $1 75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES.
All made in Congress, Bntton and Lace.
7, including half sizes, and B, O, D, E and EE
ntrcnta. .T K ffrnfcrini. sua vif, ..inn. t
B. & B.
Satuedat, October 12,
The first opportunity to make se
lections of CLOAKS, Silks, Dress
Goods, etc., eta, is the one the
great majority of ladies will em
brace. It came yesterday with a
great many. It will come TO-DAY
with many others.
But in addition to these depart
ments we shall make special prepar
Ladies' and Gents' Underwear.
' Tecks and 4-ln-hands, 25c, SOe, 750 and it
Puff Scarfs' 60c to $2. ' .
Onr Special $1 laundrled.
Onr Special 81 unlaundried.
Onr Special 3 for 82 unlaundried.
Gents' Full Dress Shirts, $1 25, $1 60 and S3.
Pique and Satin Striped Bosom, SI 60 and 82.
Natural Wool, excellent quality, 60c
Brown, Bine and White Merino, 75c
Natural Wool, 81 25, 81 60, $2 and 82 25.
Camel's Hair Underwear, 81 25 to 82.
Medicated All-wool Scarlet, 75c to 82.
Special Sale Children's Underwear.
Wool and Merino stock too large bargains.
Ladles "Onyx," fleece lined, 35c, 60c and 65c
Ladies' Domestic Wool, 25c, 35c, 40e and 60?.
Ladies' Imported Cashmere, Black, 60c
Gents' Wool K hose, 20c to 60c
Gents' Shaker Sox, 25c, 85o and 50c ' '
Gents' Merino, doable soles, 25c, 35c, 10c and
Gents' English Cashmere, 35c and 60c
The "Amorita," 75c
The "L 'Orient," Jl.
The "'0 Marquis," 81 25.
The "Imperial," 81 60.
The "Napoleon," 81 75.
The "Castors," 81 25 to II 75.
And scores of others.
Fnll lines of Gents' Gloves.
HOGGS & BUHL,
115,117,119,121 Federal st,Allegheny.
Nobody intends to buy
mean clothing. It isn't made
well, it doesn't look well, it
doesn't wear well. The qual
ity is poor, the work cheap,
the price high. It's, made to
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
tomers. 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
plan we 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 Fenn avenue.
Hors-Concours at the
One of the Firm Manufacturing the .Re
nowned C, P, A LA SIREHE CORSETS
Was appointed a Member of the Jury on Cor
sets by the French Government, rendering
their Exhibit "Hors-Concours," signifying "out
of all competition." the Highest Honor that
can be bestowed on a manufacturer in France,
outranking the Highest Medals.
446 and 448 broadway,
Is a relief and snre enre for
the Urinary Organs, Gravel
ana unronic uatarrn oi me
The Swiss Stomach Bitters
are a snro enre for Dyspepsia,
Liver Comnlaint and everv
TeADE Make, species of Indigestion.
Wild Cherry Tonic, the most popnlar prepar
ation for enre of Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis and
Either of the above, SI per bottle. or?6 for $5.
If your druggist does not handle these goods
write to w ju. r . aviuuuhjK, aoie juii,
JAS. MNEHi & BRO,
With an Increased capacity .and hydraullo
machinery we are prepared to furnish all work
In our Una cheaper and better than by the old
methods. ItepairiBfc and general .machine
work. Twenty-nist& street and Allegheny .Val.
ley Railroad. KMt-TM
Thousands of People'
Country Will Visit
To All We Extend
Please don't consider this as merely a commercial welcoe a
Petition to come in and buy something. It is a welcome to m
Our store vonr headquarters during vour star ia the city. Kl
You want to select a place to meet a friend,
Make it Guskv's bv all means.
Your baeeaee for a few hours or
Whether you buy or not If you choose to buy, reaeaber ki-;-Is
a very easy matter for you, by investing a few dollarste'yjrM,
save enougn money to pay your
- A large and elegant Dinner
every purchase to the amount ot $5 or rapwara ia .e2
y-ilt? J ..
NO LANGUAGE IS
TO JUSTLY 'DESCRIBE THE IMMENSITY
THE GREAT S AM
S HIE PALL
ON EVERY DAY THIS WEEK
YOU CAN COME IN
500 Men's Fine
Of a higher standard than is to
Goods good cloth, good work, right trimmings, rigfct styfcji;
small men and usual sized men well
25 and 30!
The styles, cut, make and trimmings embodied In thw
are equal to, and in many cases superior to, aay castom
tainable in Pittsburg, while the prices, as yon can well i
same range from one-quarter to one
ment and general excellence what we oner have -no
named in any store in the United States. They ccbiae
necessary to make the BEST procurable from the fosesreet
turers both in Europe and this country. Many are mA
costliest and most exquisite' imported materials; soe com
silk linings, others with English Serge, and taken in all, Htvf'vti
Ready-made Overcoats ever ottered. lo geatleiaea ac
having their clothes made to order these Overcoats will b a
They are made with care'hitherto unknown to wearers f 'J
Clothing, and the prices are much lower than the writ
should permit We invite everybody to come and inspect
YOU CAN COME IN
500 - Men's -
Single and Double-breasted Sacks,
of imported and domestic Scotch
blue, black and fancv Cheviots,
Worsteds in Wide and Narrow Wales, Diagonals, Cork3crews,Jei
firiA .ArcTA QilTr inrl Safin T.imnffe
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The greatest variety and the greatest values ia Fine Ssits yosH
anywhere. They are made, as well
make 'em ana tne garments are cut
men of all shapes the tall, the shorty the stout, the plump, the so:
in the wearing of these goods everything about 'em will iadicawH
they were made to order by the best
here is a right glorious opportunity
the golden chance for men earning
as good in appearance clothes which will give grand servicer-aa J
worn bv our millionaires. Come in
they'll stand the closest inspection,
sec now we cau save jruu wuuey.
OUR BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S DEPARTJKEHTJ
Is one of the most popular in our
Dig anu nute. tre ma&e u a jjuiul
Doint of merit, at prices which are
our great popularity.
THE ENORMOUS GROWTH
And the splendid satisfaction which our Hats give our cuBtoaersJJiJ
solely to the kind of Hats we buy and the way we sell them, WellM
the Dest matters omy ana sen tnem
boys and children of ALL. KINDS.
OUR FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT
Contains everything pertaining to
portions almost beyond conception.
made it a hard and fast rule to sell
enough for everybody.
. OUR SHOE STORE
In the country. We keep all grades
finest, and aim to please ALL our
satisfactory wear, and that we have
palpable to everybody.
Write for our Beautifully Illustrated Fall and Winlw FaeWS
view which we mail to any address
From the Sm
Pittsburg This Wi
a Hearty Welcome.
If vou want to cnecK -&:
a day. come in. Yoe're- weke5c
expenses to tne city.
Bucket given away- every day JM"
AND TAKE CHOtGEi
be found in ordiaarr.
fitted at ,
- half less. Ia point of
AND TAKE CHOKES
Fine - Fall - S
one and three-button Cotai
Cassimeres,, plain and faacy?Mi
and an almost endless Sl
isj v t w; -W,
in every way as the best taileQj
so pertectiy mat we caajK,
merchant tailors. Now, eeai
for you to save money, aadbe
but moderate salaries to wear c
and see 'em. No fear bstl
the strictest scrutiny. 'VCoiSej
house. Clothing of all ki&dsffjH
ui acmujj uuiuiug u.nwi
'way below all other dealew- )
OF OUR HAT DEP
ac lowest possiDie prices.
It has growiuwl
but the best ati
IS THE LARGEST
of Shoes from good tolpej
customers, both in price,;qJJ!ry7
succeeded beyond a dottBt MTa
free of charge.
li 400 Mitt