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THE HTTSBTJBG- DISPATCH, THUESDAT, OCTOBER 17, 1889;
' THE TETERANS KICK.
Ohio's Union Organization Objects to
the Removal of Tannen
A WORD THAT BARS BOUXTIES.
Pittsfcurg U. P. Synod Declares Itself in
FaTor of Prohibition.
LIST OF A. 11. E. APPOINTMENTS
ISFECXJLI. TELEP8JUI TO TBB rjISPJLTCn.1
Fixdlay, October 16. The second day
of the annual encampment of the Union
Veteran Union of Ohio has been devoted to
reports of committees principally. Me
morial resolutions were adapted upon the
death of 19 members, who died since the
last encampment. A resolution was adopted
indorsing the resolutions received from
Hancock Command, Department of the
Potomac, in which strong disapproval was
expressed on the removal of Corporal Tan
ner. Another resolution requesting mem
bers of the General Assembly to have
stricken from the bounty law the word
"veteran," which, as It stands, debars over
700 soldiers from drawing the 5100
bounty which they would other
wise be entitled to. At the afternoon
seion Mrs. Mary Campbell, of McKeesport,
President of the National Woman's Relief
Union, in company with the delegates to the
encampment of the Relief Union, now in ses
sion here, asked for admission, which was
(Trained, and Mrs. Campbell made a brief ad
dress. The election of officers resulted as follows:
Department Commander. F. K. Loomis, of
Norvralk; First Deputy, A. R. Rarey, ol Can
ton: Second Denutv. Peter Dickman. of De
fiance; Surgeon General, Jarvis Ford, of Day
ton; Chaplain General, A. Hubbel, of Cleve
land; Executive Committee, George II. James,
of Lima; Levi F. Bauder.of Cleveland: T. C.
Heshneton. of Tiffin: D. S. Koons, of Leipic,
and J. M. Gastoo. of Paulding. Kenton was
chosen as the next place of meeting of the en
campment, which will be held in October, 1S90.
QUESTIONS OF REFORM
Discussed at tho meeting of tho Pitubnrff
Synod of the U. P. Chnrch.
ISrrCIAL TELEGRAM TO THE D1SPATC1M
Indian a, October IB. The Pittsburg Synod
of the United Presbyterian Church, which
opened here last evening, resumed its session
at 10 o'clock this morning. The retirinc Mod
erator, Rev. A R. Anderson, D. D., delivered
the opening sermon, after which Rev S. B.
McBrlde was elected Moderator for the ensning
year. Dr. W. S. Owens, Corresponding Secre
tary ol the Board of Home Missions, then de
livered an address, in which he presented the
work of the hoard in an able manner. Tho
rest of the morning session was taken up with
" a conference on national reform and the hear
ing of the reports of the various boards and
literary institutions connected with the church.
The reports were encouraging, but showed a
lack of funds, which had a crippling effect
upon the work being done.
The death of Rev. G. a Vincent, D.D of
Latrobe. one of the oldest members of the
Synod, was announced, and th- Moderator ta3
directed to send a message of sympathy to his
family. A movement is on foot among the
churches to promoti the moral and religious
education ot so'diers and manners. One of
the prominent features of this movement is to
secure legi-latio which will provide more
chaplains, prohibit gambling and the Bale of
liquor in the army and relieve officers and
soldiers from all unnecessary n ork on the Sab
bath. The Synod warmly indorsed this move
ment. At the evening session the Synod de
clared itself unalterably opposed to the license
system affirmed its adherence to prohibition.
ACCUSED OF MAIL ROBBERY.
Two Bedford County Citizen Arrested,
Charted With IMealinK a Mail Ponclu
JEFECIAI. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.1
Bedford, October 16. Deputy United States
Marshal, C. D. Beegle, to-day arrested W. S.
' Slick and George F. Fisher for robbing a mail
bag which was in the care of Mail Carrier Peter
Stile who has the route from Mann's Choice to
Alum Uank. this county. Stile says he missed
the mail bag out of his wagon and started back
to look for it, when he met blick and Fisher.
On Inquiry he learned they were the only per
sons who bad followed him. He found the
pouch in the fence corner cut open.
Both of the accused are men of good char
acter. Fiber runs an opposition passenger
line on the same route as Stile.
RELIEF WORK AMONG THE POOR.
Interesting Report by Mrs. Darrach Penn
sylvania Synod Meeting.
rSPrCIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCn.1
Ai.tooi.-a, October 16, At the second day of
the Poor Directors' convention Sirs. Darragh.
ot the Children's Aid Society, read a report
showing that the work of the societies in the
counties of Western Pennsylvania was ad
vancing. A large part of the report was de
voted to details of the work after the Johns
town flood, which greatly enlarged their held
The Presbyterian Svnod of Pennsylvania will
meet in this city to-morrow, and its session will
continue five days. So far 250 delegates are in
HOMEOPATHS IV CONVENTION.
A Well-Attended Meeting of the North
eastern Ohio Association at Canton.
rSFECXAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.1
CAirrox, October 16. The Northeastern Ohio
Homeopathic Medical Association met here
to-day, with some 60 members present; Ad
dresses were made by President Gann, of
"Wooster; Dr. Kurst, of Akron; Dr. House, of
Canton, and others. A uanqnet at the Hurford
House was a feature of the gathering.
Members were presentfrom Cleveland. Akron,
Jlassillon, Alliance, Warren, New Castle, Lee
toDla and other places.
Ilnrd Work to Get a Jury.
ISrECIAl. TELEGEAH TO THE DISPATCH.1
"WAT-esbceo, October 16. Three more
jurors were selected to sit upon theNeff mur
der case to-day. They are A'S. "Webster, of
Center township; B. C. Stone, of Dunkard, and
Jacob Tustin, of SpnnghilL The panel of SO
jurors has been exhausted, and only five
chosen. A special venire has been issued for
80 more jurors to report here by Friday noon.
Bit: G. A. R. Reunion at Warren.
ISrECIAl. TELEGKAM TO THE DISPATCH.1
Wabekk, O., October 16. More han 2,000
veterans attended the G. A R. reunion to-day,
made up of posts from the Nineteenth Con-
Sessional District. Addresses were made" by
epartment Commander Hurst, Congressman
Taylor and others.
Representative to the Farmers' Coneress.
rSPECTXL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.1
' Washington Pa.. October 16. Julius Le
moyne, of this place, has been appointed by
Governor Beaver, at the request of B. F. Clay
ton, Secretary of the Farmers' Congress, to
represent Pennsylvania at a meeting of that
body on November 13 next at Montgomery, Ala.
A Hunter's Fatal Hart.
1SPECIAX. TELEQBAJI TO THE DIBPATCIT.I
TJnioktows-, October 16. Creed Carroll, a
young carpenter, while hunting this morning,
on the mountain side, was fatally injured. His
gun burst in firing, and pieces of the breach
crushed his skull and penetrated the brain.
Another Respite Recommended.
(SPECIAL. TELEORAJt TO THE DISPATCH.1
Lancaster, October 16. The Board of Par
dons has recommended another respite for
James H. Jacobs, the murderer, sentenced to
he banged here October 23, doubts being enter
tained as to his sanity.
Crushed Beneath n Pile of Rails.
rSrECIAI. TXLEOKAX TO THE DUPATCH.1
BRASDOCK, October 16. George Cole, 22
years of age, was crushed beneath a pile of
rails that fell upon him at the Edgar Thomson
works to-aay and so badly injured that.be
lived but a short time.
A Child Fatally Scalded,
f trECIAL TELEOBAM TO THE PISPATCIT.I "
TJKIOITXOWS, October 18. Three little chil
dren of John Bradder, of HaydentownT were
seriously scalded yesterday by pulling a kettle
ot boiling "water off the store. One of them
A. M. E. APPOINTMENTS.
List or Trenchers Assigned to rtttsbnre
and NclgUborlnc Town.
rFrrciAL telsgbam to the dispatch,!
Beowxsvuxe, October 16. Tho A. M. E.
Conference, of the Pittsburg district, closed
this afternoon. Tho appointments are as fol
lows: Chsxles A. Msgee, Presiding Elder, West Vlr-
flnli: II. J. Thomss, Oalirornls, Pa : Alexander
mothers, Jiraddock; Joseph B. Jcfcon, Wheel
ing: Owen P. DavU Phllllpsborg; Carter tVrlzbt,
Unlontown; Frederick I. Demiy, Monongahela
City; D. S. Bentler, Wylle street. Plttsbnre: J.
W. Jeffries, bewickley and Brideewater, Pa.:
B. Morgan, Lewlstona and Hnntiugdon, Pa ;
Bamnel C. Honesty. Bloomsbnrg, Pa.: h.
P. Jones, Waynestmrg; William H. Brown,
ashlcrton. Pa.- IV. B. 'L.owrr. OH City;
C. Asbary, D. D., Brighton, Pa ; Benjamin
"Wheeler, WiUianuport. Pa.: J. M. Morris, East
Knd, Pittsburg; G. C. Sampson. Canonsbnrg; J.
J. orrls, hew Uaven; Richard lanner, bcran
ton; J. W. Itllev, Mlddletown: Kichard Brown,
Erie; Kichard H. Morris, Elizabeth: David Lewis,
Montrose circuit; A. K. Palmer, transferred to
Ohio Conference: W. H. Palmer, goutbelde. Pa.;
M. Henderson, Franklin: 8. H. Lacy, Clarke
burg, W. Va.; O. O. Skinner, Brownsville; Isaac
N. Boss. Brown Chapel, Allegheny. Pa.; L. B.
Til), Altoona: Lewis A. Barber. Milton; A. E.
Weldon, 'nest Newton; B. C Kawson, Manches
ter. Pa.; W.H.Prlde,Broadrord,Pa.; U. Johnson,
Benjamin V. Amett, formerly of Browns
ville. Pa goes as Bishop of South Carolina and
A PITTSBURGER. WEDDED.
ninrrlnge of W. C. Coffin nnd SlUa Vlda
Ilnrst at BrldociTnlcr.
rfPECML TELEGRAM TO TJIB DISPATCH.1
West BElBOEWATEn, October 16. Mr. W.
C. Coffin, of Pittsburg, and Miss Vida Hurst,
daughter of a well-known business man of this
place, were married at the Presbyterian
Church this afternoon.
Rev.J. T. McCrory, of Pittsburg, performed
the ceremony, assisted bv Rev. Dr. Robinson,
of Allegheny. About 150 invited guests were
present. Guentber's string band furnished
Mad Doe Inoculates tho Cnnlnes of an
Ohio Village Tlig Discrso Spreads
First to Cattle and their
rSrECIAI. TELEC8AU TO THE CXSFATCH.1
Estoir, O., October 16. A few weeks ago
a strange mad dog running through the
streets, bit several others owned by the
residents. The village council passed an
ordinance that all dogs within the corporate
limits be muzzled or confined until Septem
ber 1. Some of the dogs were muzzled, and
some were not, and the few unmuzzled dogs
running at' large were killed. Soon after
the time fixed by council for turning the
dogs at large, one of those bitten went mad
and reamed for miles over the country, in
oculating with the poisonous virus every
living object within his reach. A reign of
terror extended to several neighboring
villages, and people feared to venture from
But the worst phase was to come. Joe
Tippy's cow had gone mad and was very
dangerous. A few days later a large bull,
of good pedigree, owned by Llewellyn Tay
lor, took rabies, and bellowed and howled
horribly around the Taylor pasture, foam
ing at the mouth and frightening everybody.
The bull was killed Wednesday, and the
cow died of hydrophobia the same night.
The horrible feature of the esse Is, that
when the cow was hrst attacked by the dis
ease Mr. Tippy supposed the animal was
only choked, and inserted his hand and arm
into the cow's mouth and throat with the
idea of removing whatever had lodged
there. This was Saturday, and there
after the cow rapidly developed sym
toms of rabies. Mr. Tiopy saw with
genuine terror that he had done a frightful
ly rash thiug at the time he put his hand in
the cow's throat. She was slavering thickly,
and his hand had upon it a number of raw
places or sores. Tuesday he became alarmed
and went to Dr. Hubble, who cauterized the
sores. Still fearful of the results Mr. Tippy,
who is a fireman at the Enon paper mills,
went to Miamisburg, O., where he under
stood there was a mad stone. Instead of find
ing it he consulted a physician, and came
back with a quantity of a remedy Known as
"mad medicine." He shows symptoms of
madness, and the greatest fear prevails in
and around Enon that the fearful disease
will find yet iurther victims.
THE E. OP L. DENOUNCED.
The Street Railway Association Rejoices,
Claiming the Order Is Doomed.
Minneapolis, October 16. In the an
nual convention of the Street Railway Asso
ciation, begun in this city to-day, the Ex
ecutive Committee made a report in which
the following references to the Knights of
The association year now closed has seen an
almost utter collapse of the organization known
as the Knights of Labor, so far at least as that
portion is concerned which attempted to domi
nate Street railway comnanies. Starting in with
-the manifest determination of making a fnght-
iiu example 01 oneoi me memners ot mis asso
ciation, the Atlantic Company, of Brooklyn, a
strike was declared on all the company's lines.
Before its conclusion it was accompanied with
riot, bloodshed and even murder. The strike
soon extended to New York, taking in every
line in that city over which the K. of L. had
any control, and westward it took its way until
it reached this city. Tho death knell of.the
association of Knights of Labor has been
sounded, because it has shown its unworthi
ness to live by reason of the crime committed
in its name, under direction of its leaders.
General Campbell Mndo a Consul.
Topkka, October 11 General A B. Camp
bell, of Kansas, one of the prominent candi
dates for the Pension Commisslonship, has
been tendered the. position of Consul at Mel-
ponrne, Australia, jar. Campbell will accept,
IS Nature's effort to expel foreign sub
stances from the bronchial passages.
Frequently, this causes inflammation
and the need of an anodyne. No other
expectorant or anodyne is equal to
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It assists
Nature in ejecting the mucus, allays
irritation, induces repose, and is the
most popular of all cough cures.
"Of the many preparations before the
public for the cure of colds, coughs,
bronchitis, and kindred diseases, there
Is none, within the range of my experi
ence, so reliable as Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral. For years I was subject to colds,
followed by terrible coughs. About four
years ago, when so afflicted, I was ad
vised to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral&md
Jo lay all other remedies aside. I did
so, and within a week was well of my
cold and cough. Since then I have
always kept this preparation in the
house, and feel comparatively secure."
Mrs. L. L. Brown, Denmark, Miss.
"A few yeara ago I took a severe cold
which affected my lungs. I had a ter
rible cough, and passed night after
night without sleep. The doctors gave
me up. I tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
which relieved my lungs, induced sleep,
and afforded the rest necessary for tho
recovery of my strength. By the con
tinual tise of the Pectoral, a permanent
cure was effected." Horace Fairbrother,
Ayer's Gherry Petal,
Dr. J. C. Ayer it Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists. Price$l; six bottles, $5.
BLOOKER'S DUTCH. COCOA.
150 CUPS FOR SI.
CHOICEST, PUREST. BEST.
ACT TiTsTTil AXAG-XO
ON A WEAK STOMACH.
OF ALL DRUCCISTS.
. UWS THAT CONFLICT.
A Legal Muddle That May Knock Out Pro
hlbitlon in Dakota.
Yanktqu-, October 16. John C. Murphy,
United States Attorney for Dakota, in an in
terview bearing upon a question of much inter
est at this time, says that the enforcement of
the prohibitory law may be Impossible in South
Dakota until three months after the adjourn
ment ot the Legislature, and quotes the Consti
tution, which reads: "No act shall take effect
until 90 days after the adjournment of the ses
sion at which it passed, unless in case of emer
gency, to be expressed in the preamble of the
body of tho act, the Legislature shall, by a vote
of two thirds of all members elected of each
House, otherwise direct,"
This precludes the hope of assistance from
the Legislature for the enforcement of the pro
hibitory clause unless the required two-thirds
of all the members elected can be secured,
which is hardly possible. The question then
comes np as to whether one portion of a section
of a Territorial law can remain operative while
another portion, or rather all other portions,
are unquestionably repugnant to the Constitu
tion, bection 2,203 of the compiled laws of the
Territory provides that it shall be unlawful to
sell intoxicating liquors in any quantities less
than five gallons without first having obtained
a license and given a bond.
C, S. and C. Railroad Meeting.
Sandusky, O, October 16. The annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Cincinnati,
Sandusky and Cleveland Railroad to-day ro
elected J. S. Farlow and S. W. Pierce, of Bos
ton, and J. H. Thomas, of Springfield, direc
tors. The old officers were re-elected, as fol
lows: J. B. Farlow, President; Isaac Fenno,
Vice President, and J. L. Moore, Secretary and
Treasurer and general manager; A. P. Simpson,
Assistant Treasurer and transportation agent
BEEcnxifs Pills cure sick headache.
Peaks' bdap, the purest and best ever made.
Tbe Jenness Miller System Patterns
Are on sale here. Jos. Hobhe & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
SI Felt Hots,
In all the newest shapes and styles for
ladies and children, extra good value, at
Home & Ward's, 41 Fifth ave.
B. .fc B.
Come to our underwear department for
the genuine "Jenness Miller" combination
suit. Boggs & Buhl.
SI Felt Hats,
In all the newest shapes and styles for
ladies and children, extra good value, at
Home & "Ward's, 41 Fifth ave.
The Jenness Miller System Patterns
Are on sale here.
Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Baseball game to-day at our store.
Chicago vs Allegheny. Fleishman & Co.
Cabinet photos, 51 per doz.
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st
Time is the true test F. & V.'a Pilsner
beer grows daily in popularity.
Baseball game to-day at our store.
Chicago vs Allegheny. Fleishman & Co.
Slnrrlngo Licenses Granted Yesterday.
f William Johnston ..Braddock
(Annie Sales ..Braddock
( John Harvey...... Manor
(Maggie Jenkln Mansfield
I Joseph Bzymsnkowzskl Pittsburg
I Ansstasla Dleslng Pittsburg
(John H. Selzrlst Allegheny
( Louisa Diebl AUejtheny
Thomas Tobln Allegheny
( Annie Elder Braddock
5 Joseph Graham .PittsbnrK
( barah Sproul .il'lttsburg
J August Bold Pittsburg
( feophla Groesch Pittsburg
(William K. lioalcs PHUbnrg
( Mary E. Tralnor Pittsburg
(Joseph Lesh '. Allegheny
( Maria Baresteincy ... Allegheny
( Georg 8. Kramer.... Braddock
Catharine A. Duffy Uraddoct
) uavia ii. uyer Pittsburg
(harsh A. Evans Pittsburg
( Shera-an Marsh , McKeesport
( JJooda Dowden McKeesnort
(Bernard Auer.. Braddock
(Helena Busch Pittsburg
(William K. Bishop Pittsburg
(Mollle w. Jackson Pittsburg
J Anton Piatt . Etna
(Theresa Mane Etna
(Edward J. Woodrow Tarentum
(Sadie A. Lacey Tarentum
( Rowan Urbantak Homestead
(Mary A. Ramuld Pittsburg
(Hiram L. Wheeler Plttsbnrg
( Ella C. Crawford .. Pittsburg
( Bernard Dieckman Pittsburg
( Josephine Brockerhoff. Pittsburg
J Elmer E. Hornell Brownsville
(Annies. Douglass ... .McKeesport
( William H. Phillips Peters township
J Emma Boyer .snowden township
( Henry Boatman Pittsburg
( Anna Brionson Pittsburg
(Joseph A. Klslng Allegheny
Annie M. Wenzei West Liberty borough
BROOKS On Tuesday, October 15, 1SS9, at
3J50 o'clock. Samuel H. Brooks, hnsband of
Manon W. Brooks, in the 26th year of his age.
Funeral from his late residence. Southern
avenue, Mt. Washington, on Thursday, Octo
ber 17, at 2 o'clock P. M. Pnends of the family
are respectfully invited to attend.
CREIGHTON Suddenly, on Monday, Octo
berH,1889. at 7 a.m., Wxlijam L. Cbkightos
in his 73d year.
The friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral services at his late
residence, No. 60 Carroll street. Second ward.
Allegheny, on Thuesday afternoon at 2
o'clock. Interment private.
CROFT On Wednesday, October 16. at her
residence, 67 Jackson street, Allegheny, Mrs
funeral Friday at 10 a. m.
FRANKLIN On Wednesday, October 16
1SS9, at 7 A. M., Bertha, youngest child of
Frank and Josephine Franklin, aged 6 years
1 month and 21 days. ., '
Funeral from parents' residence, 311 Thirty
eighth street, on Fridat at 8.30 A. St. Services
at St. Augustine Church at 9 A. St. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend.
HULMES Of scarlet fever, Ethel Bats e.
only daughter ot B. F. and Ellen Bayne
Hulmes, aged 2 years.
Funeral services at the residence of Georce
H. Hulmes, Smith's landing, between Nimick
and Chartiers, on the West End and Chartiers
street car line, at 9.30 A. jr., Thursday, Oc
tober 17. Interment private.
HOFFSTOT On Wednesday, October 16 at
9 10 a. si., Mrs. Eva A Hoffstot, wife of
Jason M. Hoffstot,
Funeral service in Reformed 'Methodist
Church, East Liverpool, O., on arrival of train
leaving Pittsbnrg, Friday horning, October
IS, 1SS9. 2
LOCKE On Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock,
at Glenwood, Twenty-third ward, of diphtheria!
Mabel Hoffman, youngest daughter of E. E.
and Melissa M. Locke, in the 7th year of her
Notice of funeral hereafter.
O'BYRNE-On Tuesday, October 15, at 12
o'clock midnight, Mrs, Catherine O'Bybte
aged 66 years. " '
Funeral from her late residence. Twenty
ninth street and Carey alley, Southside, on Fri
day, uctooer . at o'clock a. m. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend.
REILLY On Tuesday, October 15, at i p ji
Mrs. Sabina Reiixy, aged 75 years, mother
in-law of P. McDonough.
Funeral from late residence, No. 20 Penn
avenue, on Thursday at 8 30 A. sr. Friends of
the family aro respectfully invited to attend. 2
SERENA On Wednesday,' October 16 at
8 30 P. St.. WrtBERT K., youngest son of F s
and F. N. Serena, aged 1 year 9 months 1 days!
Funeral from parents' residence, 50 Cali
fornia avenue, Allegheny, Friday after
noon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family are
respectfully Invited to attend.
Westmoreland papers please copy.
W ATKINS On Tuesday, October 15 at 10
A. St., Elizabeth, mother of John. AVm J5
and Mary Watkins. ' """
Funeral on Thursday afternoon at 2
o'clock, from her lata residence. Second ave
nue, above Brady street, Soho. 2
JAMES ARCHIBALD & BRO
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES
H7, H9 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below
Bmithfield st, next door to Central HoteL
Carriages for funerals,Sj3. Carriages for operas.
parties, 4c., at the lowest rates. All new cap
riages. Telephone communication. myl-ll-TTa
-pEPRESEKTED IN PITTSBURG IN 13U.
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Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid by W1LIJAM L
JONES. 64 Fourth avenue. ta20-62-D
The lightest and most deli
cate shades of color are now
permissible and advisable in
Pittsburg's clear atmosphere
and clean surroundings. Car
pets and Curtains are now
selling freely which in the
smoky days of . Pittsburg
(ante-natural gas days) would
have been admired but not
The delicate' harmony and
chaste appropriateness to
each other, in form, color and
design, of our new Carpets,
Curtains and Furniture, will
be made apparent by an in
spection of our show windows,
our Exposition display and
our new stock in store.
We can aid you in the dif
ficult task of combining fab
rics, and colors in correct and
tasteful furnishing by expe
rienced and reliable salesmen.
Special designs and sketches
of draperies will be submitted
33 FIFTH AVENUE.
Ladies' and Children's
Better values than wo have ever been able to
offer. Those who want Ladies' or Children's
Underwear should inspect our stock and see
for yourself what we are doing,
Vowill place on our counter to-morrow,
Tuesday, a lot of Children's White Merino
Shirts and Pantalets, sizes IS to 28, at 25c each,
Pantalets having the ribbed, close-fittinc leg.
Our next number is a lot of Children's Nat
ural Wool Shirts, Pantalets and Drawers, sizes
20 to 31. Our prices for these are 40c, 50c, 60c,
70c, according to size: regular price 65c, 75c,
85c, SL These are over three-quarters wool
and a special bargain.
Ladles' White Merino Vests and Drawers,
with tho ribbed arm and leg; something new;
extra value at 50c, all sizes.
Ladies' White Merino Vests and Drawers,
heavyweight, full regular made Vest,
only 75c; former price, SI 25. This seems un
reasonable, but it is true. Ask to see it. bizes
Ladies' Natural Wool Vests and Drawers;
the best ever shown at the price; all sizes, 28 to
40. at 75c each.
Retter Grade of Ladies' Natural Wool Vests
and Drawers. This being an all-wool garmeat
and good valne at SI 25, our price for this is
only SI, sizes 28 to 40.
Ladies' Scarlet Wool Vests . and Drawers at
1, 1 25 and 1 75 each, sizes 2S to 44 in SI grade
and to 40 in other two.
Ladies' Fino Natural Wool Vests and Draw,
ers, medium weight, all sizes, 28 to 40, for SI 25
Ladies' Camel's hair Vests and Drawers, all
sizes. SI 75
Ladies' White Merino Vests and Drawers in
finer qualities and different weights, various
prices, according to size and weight. Also the
gauze and gossamer weights.
After leaving the merino and wool goods, we
will mention the Swiss Ribbed Vests, which we
have in a larger variety than ever and prices
Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Wool Bodies, white,
Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Wool Vests, H.N.R.
A, white and natural, 1.
Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Wool Vests, H.N.L.
S.. white and natural, 1 25.
Better trades of the same at 25c advance over
those prices. Sizes range in the wool 2 to(i.
Ladies' Silk and Wool Vests, L. N. N. S., H.
N. R. A and H. N. L. S., all size", 2 to fi.
Ladies' Silk Bodies at 75c SL SI 50, 2 23. up
to 3 50.
Ladies' Silk Vests, H. N. R. A, 2 to 3 50
Ladies' Silk Vests. H. N. L. S., $1 60, SI 75,
S2, 2 25, 2 50, 3, 4 50 and 5.
Men's Winter Underwear!
We wish to call special attention to our lines
of Winter Underwear at 2 per garment, 1 per
suit, in White Merino, Camel's hair. Natural
Wool, Tan-Lolored Cashmere and Gold Brown
and Natural Wool.
Heavy Ribbed Shirts
Also our full line of Fine Underwear. Nat
ural Wool and Silk Mixed Natural Wool and
Scotch Wool, in light, medium and heavy
weights; Medium and Heavy Weight Balbrlg
gan; also our Cashmere Lamb's Wool and Me
rino Shirts and Drawers, in English and
American makes. ,
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH A. VENUE.
Is a relief and snre euro for
the Urinary Organs, Gravel
and Cnronlc Catarrh of the
The Swiss Stomaoh Bitters
are a sure cure for Dyspepsia,
T.tvP rilmnlqlnfr finri Avon.
Trade MARK.gpecies of Indigestion.
Wild Cherry Tonic, the most popular prepar
ation for enre of Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis and
Either of the above, $1 per bottle, or 56 for &i
If your druggist does not handle these goods
write to yvSL F. ZOELLER. Sole Mf !
ocS-71-tts Pittsburg, Pa.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. -
Chicago vs, Allegheny.
J' AT OUR STORE.
IDom-'-t DVCss Hb-
Fleishman h. Co.,
ALL TRAVELING EXPENSES INCLUDED.
The first and second parties of the season will
Leave Philadelphia Thursday, November 14,
and Thursday, December 12, for Pasadena, Los
Angeles, and other points in Southern Califor
The route will be via Buffalo, Niagara Falls,
Chicago.Kansas City, Las Vegas, Hot Springs,
Santa Fe, Albuquerque, Barstow and San
Bernardino. The trin to be 'made in soecial
train of Magnificent Vestibuled Pullman Palace
Cars, with Pullman Palace Dining Car.
Every ticket entitles the bolder to visit Los
Angeles, The Raymond, at East Pasadena,
Riverside, San Diego, Santa Monica, Santa
Barbara, San Francisco, Santa Cruz, San Jose,
MountHamiltun, San Rafael and other leading
resorts in California. A Choice of Four Differ
ent Routes Returning. Fifteen Returning
parties Under Special Escort. Return Tickets
also good on all trains until July, 1890. Inde
pendent tickets, covering every expense botn
ways, giving entire freedom to the passenger
while in California, and also in making the
journey homeward. Hotel coupons supplied
for lone; or short sojourns at The Raymond,
East Pasadena; Hotel Vendome, San Jose;
Palace Hotel, San Francisco; Hotel Del Cor
onado, San Diego; Hotel Rafael, San Rafael;
Santa Cruz; The Arlington and San Marcos,
Santa Barbara; Hotel Arcadia, Santa Monica,
and other famous Pacific coast resorts.
Dates of other California Excursions: Jan
nary 6. 9 and 30; February 10 and 13; and
.March 6, 10 and 20.
Dates of Mexico Excursions; January 13,
February 10, and March 10.
W. RAYMOND. LAWHITCOMR
4SSend for descriptive circulars, desig
nating whether book relating to California or
Mexico tonrs is desired.
RAYMOND & WHITCOMB.
Ill South Ninth St., under Continental Hotel,
Philadelphia, Pa. oc17-12-mtes
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillings from 1 up. Amalgar?, 50c;
silver, 75c; white alloy, SL
Gold Crowns a specialty.
DR. J. M. McCLAREN,
Corner Smithfield and Fourth avenue.
bTEADIEItS AND EXCURSIONS.
Sailing every Wednesday from Philadelphia
and Liverpool. Passenger accommodations for
ail classes unsurpassed. Tickets sold to and
from Great Britain and Ireland, Norway, Swe
den, Denmark, etc
PETER WRIGHT 4 SONS,
General agents, 307 Waumt st, Philadelphia.
Full Information can be had of J. J. MCCOR
MICK, Fourth avenue and Smithfield street.
LOUIS MOESER, 616 Smithfield street.
-TTTH1TE STAR LIU E-
TOK QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
Boyal acd United btates Mall Steamers.
Germanic, Oct. 25, 3pm
Britannic, Oct. SO, 10 a m
Adriatic, Nov. 6, 3pm
Teutonic. Nov. 13. 9 a m
Germanic, Nov. 20,3 pn
Adriatic, Dec 4, 3 p 1
From White Star dock.
West Tenth st.
Second cabin on these steamers. Saloon rates.
50 and upward, becond cabin, 35 and upward,
according to steamer and location of berth. Ex
cursion tickets on favorable terms. Steerage. KO.
White Star drafts payable on demand in all the
principal banks throughout Oreat Britain. Ap
ply to3CHN J. McOOKMICK, 401 Smithfield St.,
Pittsburg, or J BKliCEiSMAi, General Agent,
41 Broadway, New York. OC16-D
To Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin
FROM NEW YORK EVERY THURSDAY.
Cabin passage S35 to (30. according to location
of stateroom. Excursion (63 to (90.
bteerage to and from Europe at Lowest Bates.
AUbriN BALDWIN & CO., General Agents,
S3 Broadway, NewYoric.
J. J. McCORMICK, Agent, Pittsburg, Pa.
English Sateen Corsets, 50c.
French Woven Corsets, 69c, 75c, $1 and
R. & G. Corsets, 75c.
R. & G., extra long waist, ?l.
H. & S., in all colors, 89c
H. & S., coutil (black) $1 75, $t 90.
Thomson's Glove Fitting Corsets, $1 50.
Thomson's Abdominal Corsets, $1 5a
Dr. Gilbert's Abdominal-Corsets, $1.
Madam Fqy's Skirt Supporting Corsets,
C B., Satin Corsets, in colors, $1 75.
C. R, Coutil Corsets, $1 25.
Ball's Circle Hip Corsets, $1.
Ball's Health Preserving Corsets, Si.
Ball's Nursing Corsets, Si.
P. N., High Bust, Si.
"Vn.n rulr,i. a.
VUUUi IWWbftj fl.
Special Just received, 250 dozen Lawn and Muslin Aprons, worth
fully 50o each. Your ohoioe of the entire lot, 25o each.
Nos, 42,44,46,48,50,52 Sixth
Thuesdat, October 17.
BARGAINS THAT WILL
PAY YOU TO SEE.
48-inch Corded Suitings, in
choice, plain colors, at-$r 25
were imported to retail at
$2. Price js $1 25.
CHOICE NEW SUIT
INGS, and superb quality,
for Tailor-made Suits, at $1,
$1 20 and up to $2 25 per
New 50-inch Silk Mixed
Suitings at 50c bought at a
New 50-inch Colored
Striped Cloth Suitings at 6cc.
CLOAKS, JACKETS, '
Ladies' Long Wraps, Chil
dren's Wraps, Seals and
Plushes, in Jackets and Coats,
at prices of special interest
BOGGS & BUHL,
115j 117, 119. 121 Federal st.Allegheny.
P. S. Winter Underwear.
Ladies', Misses' and Chil
dren's never before such
Tie liberal methods and re
liable clothing together and
ask fair prices! they're sure
We speak from the gener
ous experience we have al
ready had of your favor
We don't believe in fever
ish ways of pushing business,
however zealous we are to fill
our store with customers and
sell a heap of our clothing.
To make it easy to get the
right kind of clothing! to be
sure, by making it ourselves,
that we have the right kind
and can be, ourselves, respon
sible for it! That's the tree
We can trust it to grow
and take foot deep in the
common-sense and clear judg
ment of the people. We can
trust it for a business to us
that will flourish till it's the
largest in the city.
It's no trouble for us to
make clothing vto measure:
first-class facilities: nearly
1,000 styles of goods.
Sixth street and Penn avenue.
WESTERN INSURANCE CO.
NO. 411 WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIMICK. President.
J fe22-2S-TT3 WM. P. HERBERT, Secretary.
P. N., Strengthening, 89c
P. N.. Perfection (short) Si.
Dr. Nichol's Asbestine, Si.
Dr. Warner's Health, Si 35.
Dr. Warner's Coraline, Sz.
Dr. Warner's Nursing, $1 35.
Dr. Schilling's Health Preserving, 89c.
The Watchspring, $1 2?.
Madam Mora's Short Hip, Si.
C P., extra long waist, all colors, Ss 99.
C. P., medium length, all colors, $2 49.
C. P., Mascott, Si 75.
R. & G., Satin, in colors, $3 50.
Ladies' Ferris Waist, Si and Si 75.
Children's Ferris Waist, 50c, 75c, 89c.
Ladies' Stone's Waist, ?i 35.
Misses' R. & G. Corsets, 50c
Young Ladies' Corsets, 66c.
Ball's Misses Corsets, 75c.
st 538,540,542 Penn ave.
Did it Ever Occur to You
Hale Population of Pittsburg
' YET SUCH
Thev are -weanne Clothme bought of hs. laey arc p
with the fit and durability
friends and thus become
best and most profitable advertising we can secure. It payslw
ter than newspaper space.
spend thousands of dollars
of thousands to please our
Special Sale from time to time and at prices whicR yery
more than cover actual cost?
This Week We Propose
' New "Walking Advertisements" by Offering1
V.UV-, ..us. u.u.w.u.
and you can take
Silk faced. They
to whayou'd pay $12 to 15 elsewhere.
we offer choice
in the latest and best style.
$15, $18, $20, $25 and $303
Are our prices for our verv finest
to gentlemen who have hitherto
coats made to order. Suppose a man pays 40 tor an uverc&at
bv a merchant tailor, how much do vou suppose Tie pays too i
About 12! this being $7 extra profit to the tailor and $5 toward,,
dating the accounts owing by those who NEVER PAY tkefc. tsi
bilk. Thus it will he seen a man who navs his tailor is "0twIm J
most barefaced way. Come to
money, give you as good goods and
Two-thirds of the Parents of This City Buy
From us, and yet we hate to
away the chance to dress its
In our immense and grand
piles of School Suits, Overcoats, etc., but fine and eacltwt
and patterns that particular ana tasnionaoie saetaaM
greatly pleased with. We
Short Pant Suits
Little Boys' Overcoats from $1 75 to J
Big Boys' Suits
Big Boys' Overcoats from $4 to $16.
EXTBA SPECIAL! EXTRA SPE(
Your choice this week
two piece, in nice and durable materials any suit woclKj
Your choice this week
handsome plaids and checks would cost you at laaatf
Your choice this week
from 4 to 13 years in medium or heavy weights ia Cacali
.beavers, Chinchillas, Cheviots, .kerseys, worsteds, ec., 1
ill fha rtntMilni efwloe' 5tt ?"Wr.rf"sf TsTftTtll AVTtT Tlf' ststM
ttt tA4w UUUUiAi s7WA, HUI
NESIE SPECIAL DRIVES
Boys' Scotch Wool Undershirts,
Scarlet Undershirts, size 16 inch, 12c only. Men's fancy i
Merino Undershirts, 24c only. Men's double breasted S
Merino Shirts or Drawers, cheap at
wool Natural Wool Shirts or Drawers, 83c only. Men's s4ricsff
all-wool Camel's Hair Shirts or Drawers, si 24, well worth fx 5
Men's all-wool double breast Scarlet Shirts, 74c only. Ma's
fancy stripe all-wool Shirts or Drawers, worth 3i 25, for ofc-oafon
C.j...l .1nan v .f....'., KJ.,M.1 Wa1 C!sVp S1T . Ba
' It will nav vou to see our soecial
at 49c only, worth 75c Full line of
to S4. Jersey Uvershirts, guaranteea
WHERE DID YOU
IT'S THE NEW FALL SHAPE
Tf vmi hnnjrht it at anv
If you bought it of a fashic&able hatter it cost yoa $43
you bought it or us, it cost you just 52 49. anape, qaaiyi
trimmings are identical, but, my! what a difference ia tkSrt
Is a dollar, or two dollars, worth saving? Are you williag ij
that much for a name in the
The hatter's 3 50 grade we
we sell for $1 gS.
More Children's and Boys' Hats than half a day wiM!
Orders by mail promptly attended to. Send us your aasw
dress and we will forward free by
and Winter Catalogue. Visitors to
hearty welcome is extended, whether
TmnnrraTif TV atr tia sllinfT
and address, we will forward every
.Monthly a publication chock full
That a Larje Percetae tf
Are "Walking Advertisemwit
IS THE CASE!
of goods purchased. They tellf M
'Walking Adveitisements." It ktM
Hence can you wonder' that wkifejvw!
with the publishers, we sarreader twSj
patrons by oftenag taem eiMWi
to Secure Several Hundn
there will be several hundred Overcoats; ia aM
sizes, on which the trimmings and sewing are
i-no.t1ifl mitcTinls rlnraMfr trip ina1rfs crvKii "
- --., . . - v
choice of colors, light, raedrassv
you can come in our store and take awayl
whatever nleases vou the most frora oat efl
hundred Overcoats. Worsteds
Scotch Cheviots, plain and fancy Cassimeras; .
are the equal in every respects
of some six hundred Overcoatej
fine Meltons, Kerseys, Wales, plaia-aadS
Diagonal Cheviots aad otl
fabrics, and all cut and raadel
Overcoats, such as we proe 1
been accustomed to nave their 1
us and we'll save you aU tak
guarantee sabsfactic-a ia, vrvrfi
think that the other third i
boys ana ennaren well at
stock you'll not' only see
offer this week
from $1 50 to $10
from $3 50 to $18.
of 500 Children's Kilt Smkt-.
For $2 5tf
of ;oo Boys' Short Paat
For $3 50 c
of 1,000" Boys' OvercasgrTi
VTWWWl 11 W w wy w
size 16, ire only. ChiJdrea';
50c, for 39c only. Mea's all-
barerains in lined Kid G
Cardigan Jackets, prices
non-shrinKaDle, at 50c ap."
AND THE BEST QUAmTJ
hat store it cost von at teaatT:
crown? That s what it as
sell for $2 4g. The hatter's
mail our handsomely illastratMij
the city should give as ai
a purchase is made or .
at- nnr ctrr anrl lpairmer
month free of charge oar I
of witty and funay sy:
THE -HANDSOMEST ::
IN ::: PiTTSNjM&i
to 400 KAKT,