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THE PITTSBUKGK DISPATCH, - JJBIDAT, OCTOBER" 18. VA 18891
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.WILL QUIT THE STAGE
"Three Allegheny City Chorus Girls
Have Enough of Opera.
'WITED PRESBYTERIAN SIKOD.
Benevolent Association of Conemangh
ALL THE SEWS FROM KEAE-BI TOffA'S.
ISIXCIXI. IXLEGIUM TO TBI OIBPATCn.3
Ueayeh Falls, October 17. This morn
ing the manager of the Ehinchart Opera
Troupe, perlorming at the Opera House
here, discharged four of the chorus for al
leged misconduct He failed to pay them
their salaries due and they were left penni
less. The affair caused great indignation,
and the girls, were advised to get an attorney
and sue for their salaries, which fhey did
before Justice Piper this afternoon, and re
covered enough to take them to their homes
in Allegheny City. The girls had never
been with a professional company before,
and had been with the company only two
weeks. They say the will not travel with I
a troupe again.
MEETING OF THE SYNOD.
United Pretbyterlana Ditcnia Mutters
Interest to the Church.
rEFECtU. TSLSQBAV TO TUX DISFATCII.l
Indiana, October 17. At the morning
session of the United Presbyterian Synod,
Rev. R. H. Hood was chosen the Moderator's
alternate and two conferences, one on "Oar
Young People," and the other on "Christian
liberty," were arranged for the next meeting.
The Synod warmly indorsed the work of the
different boards and urced the people to civa
them a liberal support. Special attention was
called to the 13 new missionaries who. yester
day sailed fr foreign fields, under the Board
of Foreign Missions, and the Synod united in a
prayer for the dmne blessing to rest on
The interests of the Allegheny Theological
Seminary were earnestly considered. The ac
tion of the directors for the past year was ap
proved. The preaching of students daring their
term was lamented, and Rev. R- B. Ewmp, D.
D., Rev. V. R. McKee and B. K. Stewart, Esg.,
were elected directors The management of
the Westminster College was commended, and
the long service of Prof. W. A. Mihard. who
has recently resigned, was acknowledged, and
Rev. R. B. Ewing, D. D., Rev. A. R. Anderson.
IX IX, and ur. J. A. Templetou were elected
Rev. J. C. Boyd, D. D., E. Z. Thomas and J.
C. Lrrew were appointed the permanent com
mittee on narrative and state of religion for the
coming year. After some routine business per
taining to financial matters the Synod ad
journed at 3 p. jl, to meet at Greensburg on
the third Tuesday of October, 169a
' MARVELOUS ESCAPES.
The Lives of Six Men baved In an Almost
ISFICUX. TELEGKAM TO TBB DISPATCK.1
Caebondai.e. October 17. The explosion of
the large steam boiler in Ri enburgh's bone
mill, one mile north of this city this morning,
resulted in the total destmction of the estab
lishment. Six men were at work in
the main building when the explosion
took place. Samuel Sly was thrown
through a window and lauded fully SO
feet from the building. He will recover. Three
others were carried by the force of the ex
plosion some distance and escaped injury. Two
men, John and Peter Riveuhurgh, were caught
beneath the falling timbers, bnt both miracu
lously escaped instant death by being thrown
close to the basement wall, which was strong
enough to resist the weight of the great timbers
of the frame building. Both men were extri
cated, and aside from a few cuts they suffered
so serious Injuries.
The building in which the explosion occurred
was 60x130 feet and three stories high. Men
who witnessed the explosion say the structure
was lifted from the foundations before it col
lapsed. Fire consumed the ruins and spread to
ine aajominc onuamgs. Xioss esumaiea at
$10,000; insurance, 2,0011
The Work at Johnstown to be Continued by
TSFEC1AI. id-EQElM TO THZ DISFATCH.1
JOH2.STOWN. October 17. The committee
having in charge the matter of transferring the
remains of the unknown dead and having them
buried in one place held a meeting to-night
and decided the work should be commenced at
once. It is the intention to have each grave
marked with a suitable stone. The Benevolent
Association of the Conemangh Valley organ
ized bere this evening by electing officers, and
will take up the work of distributing charity
where the Red Cross leaves off.
A representative meeting ot citizens was
held this evening, at which some important
steps were taken. A subscription was taken
up for raising money to continue the search for
the dead Mr. A J. Moiham beaded the list
The delay in the distribution was discussed,
and it was unanimously urged that more baste
should be made. A committee, of which Mr.
A. J. Moiham was appointed chairman, was
appointed, with instructions to wait noon Sec
- retary Kremer and ascertain the cause of the
delay. The commission was also authorized to
have a statement published each day for the
people, showinc what was being done by those
distributing the relief.
HE WAS OMVT 60.
The Mother of Three Chlidreu Elqpes With
si Aged Trifler.
CiiAMBEESBurto, October 18. Mercersburg
gossips are talking of the sensational elope
ment of Mrs. Jane Roland and Henry Shorts,
of Mercersburg. Shorts is about 60 years old,
a member of the Grand Army of the Republic,
and a widower. Mrs. Roland is the wife of
Joseph Roland and the mother of three chil
dren. Monday Mrs. Rolandi allowed her affec
tion for Shorts to overbalance all else and they
left borne together.
- The injured husband was very angry and he
sent Constable Clay Wolf after them. He
found them iu Greencastle and brought them
to Chambersburg this morning. Shorts Is un
der $300 bail for court, and Mrs. Roland is in
jail. Roland will be lirougbt here to-morrow
morning and given a hearing on the charge ot
assault and battery preferred by his wife.
BURGLARS AT WORK.
They Do Aboot n They Please
ISrSCIAt, TEX.SGILUI TO TBI DISPATCH.
Fbaklik. October 17. Burglars and safe
crackers paid Pleasantville, this connty, a visit
early yesterday morning. They broke open
the safes in James Dak's drnc store and S.
Chestnut's jewelry store. In the former they
got J300 and in the latter $50 and a lot of gold
watches, chains and other jewelry to the value
of $300 to (400. The work- was evidently done
Other places have received visits, it Is sup
posed, from the same gang, and the officers lu
this section seem unable to cope with them, as
some of their robberies are committed ery
A FALL- OF FORTT FEET.Ji
Two Slen Fnlnlly Injnrcd and Others in a
Bethlehem, October 17. By the breaking
of a scaffolding on a newstandpipe in course of
ereotion for the Bethlehem Water Department
this morning eight men were precipitated 40
feet to the floor below. Foreman Qeorge
Murphy had bis skull broken and died two
John Kiernan sustained a fracture of the
Jaw and was injured internally. He will die.
v-tEdward Conley, Edward McGettigan and
Lewis Rayeur were severely injured.
He Met Death on the Track.
rsrXCIAI. TELXGBAU TO TUB DISPATCH.!
MEADYHAE. October 17. Sylvester O'Keefe,
ex-Tax Collector of the Fourth ward, was run
over by a train of empty coal cars in the upper
yard of ineoxew jo, jreanayivauia ana unio
Railroad, this city, about 9 o'clock this mora
ine, and was mangled beyond recognition. Mr.
yard of ineoxew jo, jrennsyivauia ana unio
O'Keefe was on yei m bc .ne leaves inree
sons and three daughters. He was well known
In the city, and -was hlchly esteemed by all.
A Fatal Boiler Explosion.
rSpZCIAL TILIOBA TO TU DISPATCH.)
"IA3Ul. October 17. A threshing machine
.boiler exploded on the farm of W. Hanson, a I
1 eV miles north of St. Marys, instantly killlncr
ferry Eifler iM. atellyiBjuiis Joseph Bil-J IJ
vers, badly scalding Jake Hemlern and another
man whoso name was not learned. Everything
was wrecked Id the vicinity by the force or the
M fees for justices.
Jadce Sclinrler, ot Northampton, Makes a
Precedent Is Trivial Cases.
Eastok-, October 17. Trivial cases have
frequently been returned to court by various
justices of the county. To-day three of such
actions occupied the attention of the conrt for
five hours. Judge Schuyler instructed the jury
to give verdicts of acquittal and then in putting
costs on the prosecutors spoke sharply of the
practice of the justices and said he hoped It
wonid be a warning to others not to take the
advice of justices in bringing suits.
The Court also directed the Clerk of Quarter
Sessions to allow no fees in these cases to the
iusticowho had returned them. The charge
as frequently been made that constables and
justices in different pans of the county work
together In drumming up suits to make fees
out of them. The county pays annually thou
sands of dollars costs in such cases. Judge
Schuyler's action produced a sensation in court.
It was intended as a warning to all justices.
A FRIGHTFUL EXPERIENCE.
One of Central Park's Tamer Has a Time
Killing a Lioness.
Kew York, October 17. Herman
Beiche, the well-known animal importer of
Park row, has lately been trying his hand
at lion-taming, but judging by the result of
his first venture in this line, heis not likely
to repeat the experiment in the im
mediate future. In addition to his big
establishment in this city, Mr. Reiche has a
large barn in Hudson and 'Tenth streets,
Hoooken, which he uses as a storeroom and
which contains an extensive and varied as
sortment of birds, beasts, domestic animals
and snakes from every part of Europe, Asia
and Africa. .
Among this motley company wasQaeeme,
a beautiful wild lioness, weighing 400
pounds, whom Mr. Beiche purposed to tame
tor one of his customers. The taming process
consistedof tyingQueenie'slegs, putting iron
collars on her neck and leading her around
the barn every day. Yesterday Mr. Beiche,
considering that she was iu a sufficiently
docile condition, ventured to untie her legs,
leaving the collars on her neck.
As soon as the lioness discovered that her
legs w ere free she jumped for Mr. Reiche
and his assistant, Edward Thiele, with open
mouth, showing an eager willingness to make
a dainty breakfast of them. Then followed
a struggle for life, the lioness
swaying from side to side and grab
bing -wildly with her claws at each
of the men. Finally, just as his strength
was giving way, Mr. Beiche struck her
smartly on the back of the ueek with a piece
of iron he had in his hand, and she sank to
the ground dead, her neck being broken.
So violent had been her struggles that her
claws were torn out and left sticking in the
JUST A PRIVATE TKAKSACTI0H.
Part of the Brush Electric Company for Sale
on a 83,000,000 Bails.
Cleveland, October 17. The reports
sent to the East about the purchsae of the
Brush Electric Company, of this city by
the Thomson-Houston Company, of Boston,
are not exactly correct. Negotiations haye
been in progress some days between the
managers of the Thomson-Houston Com
pany and the stockholders of the Brush
Company, through an eastern broker, look
ing to the purchase by the Boston company
of a portion of the holdings of stock of the
Brush Company. The final papers have
not been ezecnted.
If the purchase is consummated there
will be nothing more than a change of
ownership of certain stock. There will be no
absorption of the Brush company, as a cora
pany, but a large part of the stock will pass
out of the control of Cleveland owners,-' The
terms of the sale are private, but it is un
derstood that the plant has been offered on
a 53,000,000 basis.
A Ml.ioorl Foot.PadjreateBeed to 30 Yean
"" - ifefilSdthe Bars.
Kansas City, October 17. Thomvs
Manning, a foot-pad, was convicted this
morning of assault and his punishment
fixed at 30 years in the penitentiary. He
assaulted and robbed A. A. OVNeil, of this
city, on the night of August 22. The pun
ishment is the most severe ever inflicted in
this State for a similar crime.
The Men's Overcoats
We offer at $10 and 512 for to-day's sale ex
ceed in value anything ever seen in Fitts
burg for double the money. They are fine
Meltons and Kerseys, imported Vicunas and
Venetians. Many of them are silk lined,
some silk faced, with satin sleeve linings.
They were marked 820, 522 and 525. They
include fall overcoats, top coats, box coats,
winter coats and ulsters. We have divided
'em into two bargain lots at 510 and $12 for
to-day and lo-morrow. P. C C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
50-inch new stripedcloth suitings at
cents an ex ex uargain to-day.
Boggs & Buhl.
They Won't Fade.
Yeager & Co.'s cabinets for 75c per doz.
Bring the children, rain or shine. " Ho. 70
Federal street, Allegheny.
Pine watches a specialty, low prices a
certainty, at Hauch's, No. 295 Fifth ave.
F. & V.'s Pittsburg beer pleases better
every time. Can't be excelled.
Cloakrooms crowded with thousands of
garments and hundreds of customers. Fin
est seals to the baby's wrap.
Boggs & Bngx.
All Run Down from the weakening effects of
warm weather, by hard work or from a long
Illness, you should take Hood's Sarsaparilla,
which will purify your blood, expel scrof nla
and all impurities, regulate the liver apd other
organs, cure headache, giye strength and
create an appetite. Be sure to get Hood's.
BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA.
150 CUPS FOR tU
CHOICEST, PUREST. BEST.
The Great English Complexion SOAP.
Of ill ffiigg?&, but beware of Marions.
To frostbites. chilblainB and bites of poi
sonous insects Salvation Oil gives immediate
relief. 25 cents.
Marriajje License Granted Yesterday.
tJVilliam FltXKerald &1PS555
I Lottie Meti.... rittsbnrg
Frederick Hoover Cbsrtievs
ilollle V. Whits Green Tree horongB
J Cyrus L. Harbison Allegheny
ilartha K. Beddow""""'"" " Allegheny
J John V. G&lpnert Allegheny
Katie MeycrPP.. .;::.....::...": Mttsbnrg
J William Kanarska Mciteespori
J Annie bchulter McKeesport
(Andrew Koran Braddock
I ilarla Feilka Braddoek
(John liable ntubnrs;
I Lizzie Wiggins Flttshurg'
(James A. Drum Allegheny
I Saesanah E.Jones Pittsburg;
(Adam AVearer Pittsburg
Elizabeth Weigand Pittsburg
( William W. Chorpoenlng Mi. Pleasant
Annie Wright..... Mt. Pleasant
(Osmon L. Eaton Verona
(Mary K. Bowand Verona
( Edward B. Kowden New Lisbon, O.
Mattie J. Eudc Pittsburg
1 Annie Crossett .'.Pittsburg
( nilllam Flaccus PIttsborg
Louisa Bier ...Pittsburg
( William Fnllard Homestead
J Elizabeth A. Griffith? Homestead
( Frank Paoser Pittsburg
I Christina Uenter.. Pittsburg
(JohnM. Vetter Washington connty
J Orpha A. Chettle Washington county
( Joseph Klawau Pittsburg
J Catharine btclnborn Pittsburg
(Kraft Booth Pittsburg
ilary 8. Hnghey Allegheny
(Bernbard Mueller ?.!K8SnrK
MLNNEMEYER ANDERSON-On Thurs- I
day, October 17, at the Second Presbyterian
Church, by Rev. J. R. Sutherland, Habet W.
MCfNEMEYEE, Jr., tO CABBIE ASDEBSOS,
all of Allegheny.
QUEEN MORLEY October 16, by Rev.H.
L. Chapman, D. D, at the residence of the
bride's mother, in Allegheny City, Mr. Emmet
Queen to Miss Sue M. Morley.
BORKORD ARMSTRONG Thursday
evening, October 17, 1ES9, at the residence of
the bride's parents, by the Rev. John F. Patter
son, J. Wilson Uurfokd and Anna Makt
Abmstbono, both of this city.
BENN At bis residence. ITo. 11 Boyle street,
Alleshenv City. Thursday. October 17, at 13 JL,
Jakvis Wainweioht Besn, in his 48th year.
Funeral Battodat, October 19, at Z30. In
terment private. 2
CRAWFORD On Wednesday evenlne, Oc
tober 16, at 8 o'clock, JOHN MOORB CBAtV
fobd, Sr., in the 77th year of his age.
Funeral from his late residence, Ohio town
ship, Allegheny connty, Pa., this moenino,
October 18. 18S9, at 10 o'clock. Carriages will
leave the livery stables of Charles Peebles and
Maguire at 7.
COT.TJNR On Ttmrsdav. October 17. 16S9. at
4 10 p. M.. James Edwabd, son of Albert H.
and Jennie A. Collins, aged 1 year 5 months and
Funeral from residence of parents. No. SflOi
Butler street, on Sathbdat afternoon at 2
o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend. 2
DAVIS On Thursday, October 17. 18S9,at
11.30 A. M., Ruby Morrow Davis, daughter
of John J. and Mattie Davis, aged 6 yean and i
Notice of funeral in afternoon papers.'
FRIEL On Thursday, Octctef 17, 1BS9, at
8.30 p. H., Nellie, olde"'. daughter of Anthony
and the late Mary rje, aged 5 years 5 mouths.
Funeral from tbe residence of her father.cor
ner Twenty-seCjflnd street and Spring alley, on
Saturday, a; 3 f. m. Friends of the family
are resnectfnily invited to attend.
HACKJJ-On Wednesday, October 16, Miss
Kate, sjster of Paul H. Hacke.
Funeral on Feidat, October 18, at 2 F. Jr., at
Gregnsburg, Pa. '
HEORING Thursday, October 17, 1689, at 11
'a. m., Sarah t. Heuriko, wife ot Henry
Heurmg, aged 57 years.
Funeral from her late residence. 137 Beaver
avenue, Allegheny, October 19, 1S89, at 820 a.
iC. Friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend.
HOFFSTOT On Wednesday, October 18, at
9 10 A. jl, Mrs. ETA A Hoffstot, wife of
Jaon M. Hoffstot.
Funeral service in Reformed Methodist
Church, East Liverpool, O., on arrival of train
leaving Pittsburg, Friday horning, October
lSUSSO. ' 2
LAWSON On Thursday, October 17, 1889. at
5 o'clock p. jr., Joseph, son of James aad
Hannah Eawson, in his 21th year.
Funeral from the residence of his parents,
Kansas street, near Rutherglen street, Twenty
third ward, on Saturday horsing at &30
o'clock. Services at St. Stephen's Church,
Hazelwood, at 9 o'clock. Friends of the family
are respectfully invited to attend. '
LOCKE On Wednesday evening, October 16,
18S9, at 8 o'clock, ot diphtheria, Mabel Hoff
man, youngest daughter of O. E. and Melissa
M. Locke, in the 7th year of her age.
Funeral services will be held at the parents'
residence, Glcnwood, Twenty-third ward, on
Friday morning, October IS, at 10 o'clock.
MILLER Wednesday, October 16, 1889, at 11
p. 11., Almek Mjllek, daughter of Rouey
and Charlotte Miller, aged 9 years 11 months.
Funeral will take place from residence.
Shady avenue, Eleventh ward, Allegheny,
Saturday, October 19, 1889, at 2 p. jl Car
riages will leave William Semmelrock, Jr., &
Bro's. stable. No. B6 Seventeenth street, South
side, Pittsburg, at 12 JL 2
NOEL On Thursday, October 17, 1889, Jacob
Noel, iu the 69th year of his age.
Funeral from bis late residence, 853 Forbes
street, on Saturday, at 2 p. jl 2
PATJLLTJS October 15, Elizabeth Paul
lus, wife of Peter Paullus, at the age of 27
Funeral services at the residence of her
father, H. Christie, Chartiers township, at 2
SCHULTZ On Thursday, October 17. 1889.
at 6.30 p. jl. Elizabeth D, daughter of
Charles and Bora Schultz, aged 17 years and 11
Funeral on SATURDAY, at 2 o'clock, from the
residence of her parents, 5224 Butler street.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
SERENA On Wednesday, October 16, at
S.30 p. jl, WlLBERT K.. youngest son of S. S.
and F. M. Serena, aged 1 year 9 months 4 days.
Funeral from parents' residence, 50 Call
fornia avenue, Allegheny, Friday after
noon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family are
respectfully Invited to attend.
Westmoreland papers please copy.
VINCENT On October 16, at 8.45 a. it., at
bis residence. 71 Arch street, Allegheny.
Ret. George 0. Vince t, D. D.
Funeral services at the Fourth United Pres
byterian Church, corner of Montgomery ave
nue and Arch street, Allegheny, Friday, Oc
tober 18, at 2.30 P. JL Interment private at a
WALLACE At 8.30 F. ST., Thursday, Oc
tober 17, 1889, of diphtheria, at the residence of
his parents, Knoxville, Clarke McKee
Wallace, aged 4 years and 10 months, only
child qf Samuel A and Jessie F. Wallace.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., 14m..
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1134 Penn aveaue. Tele
phone connection. tnylO-W-MWFSu
JAMES M. FULLERTOK,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Street.
For Most Exquisite Flowers,
GRAND DECORATIVE PLANTS, TREES
JOHN R. &A. MURDOCH,
508 Smithrield Street.
Telephone 239. ge24-anvr
CHOICE OUT FLOWERS AND 8MILAX
A. H. 6 J. B. MXJUDOCM,
JM A SMTTHFIELD HT.
de6-f i lrwr
TJEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURQ. IN 1SCI
Insurance Co, 0 North America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JOIJES. 8i Fpurth avenue. ta20-s2-D
Assets, January 1, 1867 , $a,568,Sa C
,DWARDS A, KENNEY, AgMtt.
OQ Fourth ayenue Pittsburg, I lhe second class," approved the 16th day of
Jvltoy,A.D.lom - , OC17V79 ,
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR GEM
If not come and see it "We guarantee it
to be the Finest Diamond in the city. We
WATTLES & SHEAFER,
37 FIFTH AVENUE.
are such positive bargains to be found in floor
coveringas in this immense stock of
The prices put on them
business at a very
makes an active
You can save GOOD CASH in your pur
chases in this department Also see our
Lace and Portiere
Curtain Sale when in, as it pays all comers.
138 Federal St, Allegheny, Pa.
Coming in now in every department of our
store each day.
In Millinerv Department we introduce
this week a full line of
LADIES' AND MISSES'
All new shapes and colors, at the low price of
1 each. In the netter grades of Fur Felt Hats
and Bonnets we have our usually large and at
tractive line. All and any of themwe seUin
the untrimmed state, as well as trimmed.
Again we want to call your attention to the
fact that we are prepared to and are selling
every day large numbers of
LADIES', MISSES AND CHILDREN'S
HATS AND BONNETS
NEATLY and STYLISHLY Trimmed at
Ranging in this line at say. Si, $5, 6, $7 and $8,
and even in some cases less than the lowest
figure named. We find every now and again
that some of our friends have an impression
that we only cater for the finest trade and sell
Finest and Highest Priced Milli
While we do cater for and have this trade, we
cater none the less for the pratronage of those
who want a medium priced article in the milli
nery lihe, and if, when you come to our Milli
nery Department you will be frank and candid
with the lady who waits' on you and state your
wishes, and tbe outside limit yon wish to pay,
we can furnish you what you want, and at as
low a figure as any other house in this city can
sell a similar article may, so don't be afraid to
come to our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT if
you want a low or medium priced hat or bonnet
HORNE & WARD;
41 FIFTH A VENUE.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
reports of Viewers on the gradine, paving
lurbing of Firth avenue, from Penn ave-
nue to Frankstown avenue, and Neelevavenue.
- TT . . ..--.-.T ". .- - .
um xiifciuptua bireet to .ttoup street, nave oeen
approved by Councils, which action will be
uufti, amess an
final, unless an appeal is filed in the Court of
1 ten (10) nays from date.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PlTTSBPRO, PA., October 17. 1S89. ocl7-37
AN ORDINANCE-AUTHORIZING THE
paving and curbing of Boquet street, from
Atwood street to Semple street.
Whereas, It appears by tbe petition and affi
davit on file in the office of the Clerk of Coun
cils, that one-third in interest of the owners of
property fronting and abuttins; upon tbe said
street, have petitioned tbe Councils of said city
to enact an ordinance for the grading, pavinc
and curbing of the same; therefore.
Section 1 Ba it ordained and pnsiptnd hvthn
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and
enacted by the authority of the same, That tbe
Chief of tbe Department of Public Works be
and is hereby authorized and directed to ad
vertise in accordance with the acta of Assembly
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the
ordinances of the said city of Pittsburg relating
thereto and regulating the same, tor proposals
for tbe paving of Boquet street, from Atwood
street to Semple street, to be paved with as
phaltum or vulcanite pavement, the contract
therefor to be let in tbe manner directed by the
said acts of Assembly and ordinances. The
cost and expense ot the same to be assessed
and collected in accordance with the provisions
of an act of Assembly of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, entitled ''An act relating to
streets and sewers in cities of the second class,"
approved the 16th day of May, A. D. 1839.
AN ORDINANCE-AUTHORIZiNG THE
construction pt a sewer on Frankstown
avenue, from Lincoln avenue to Everett street
Section 1 Be It ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled,and itis hereby ordained and en
acted by the authority of tbe same. That the
Chief of the Department of Public Works be
and is hereby authorized and directed to ad
vertise, in accordance with the acts of Assem
bly ot tbe Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and
ordinances of the said city of Pittsburg relat
ing thereto and regulating the same, for pro
posals for the construction of a pipe sewer on
Frankstown avenue, from Lincoln avenue to a
connection with a sewer on Everett street,
said sewer to be IS inches in diameter, tbe
contract therefor to be let id the manner di
rected by the said acts of Assembly and ordi
nances. The cost and expense of the same to
be assessed and collected in accordance with
the provisions of an actqf Assembly of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled "An
I act relatlne to streets and sewers in cities of
Mysterious frosty fingers
have painted the mountain
walls and woodland slopes in
all the lovely colorings of
greens of the
pines, the gol
of the beech
and birch and
reds of the
parts on the
walls and in
the shelves of
ment in the
or combinations of the new
Experienced salesmen will assist
in securing correct combinations of
colorings and materials. Special
designs and sketches submitted if
N. B Old Parlor Furni
ture reupholstered by experi
enced workmen, with a large
stock of Furniture Coverings
to select from.
33 FIFTH AVENUE 33
" LITTLE LORD FAMTLEROY"
At the Opera House Next Week.
To enjoy the play yon should read the book,
and to read the book is to be in love with Little
Lord Faun tleroy. The New York Herald says
of Mrs. Burnett: "We have no hesitation in
saying that there is no living writer (man or
woman) who has Mrs. Burnett's dramatic
power in telling a story."
Little Lord Fauntleror, handsomely
bbnnd and illustrated, by Mrs. Frances
Hodgson Burnett, at $1 45.
NEW BOOKS JUST RECEIVED,
A Hardy Norseman, by Edna Lyall, 38c
Margery, a Tale of Old Nuremberg, by Qeorg
That Pretty Young Girl, by Laura Jean
The Goltrotaa of the Heart, by Hans Wach
MTJSI0 FOLIOS of Popular Music, Popular
Bongs, Dance Music, Gems from the Classics,
etc, at 17c and 30c each.
Fleishman & Co.,
FUR SHOULDER GAPES
In Seal, genuine Sable, Astrachan. Persian
Lamb, Lynx and all kinds of fur. We would
call attention tp our genuine ASTRACHAN
UAPE at f 12 and real SABLE CAPE at $35.
Our stock of Seal Jackets, fcSacques, Muffs,
etc, is also very large and complete. Our prices
are the LOWEST for BEST QUALITIES.
441 WOOD STREET.
If. B We are now showing oqr latest Im
portations of LADIES' ENGLISH WALK
ING HATS, in all the new shades to match
PHOTOGRAPHER, 18 SIXTH STREET.
A fine, large crayon portrait S3 SO; see them
before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets. $2 and
12 60 per dozen. PROMPT DELIVERY.
Ths season's catch of
Bloater Mess Ma.dferrt
fiO. K. SFEVENBON CO-
BSTH A.YJENUJB. 3ii--XTTT
- ) Jr al 1 1 "
Ik X 4 1
Kir- "2 & A
B. &c B.
Fbidat. October 18,
SUITINGS at 65c
50-INCH CLOTH STRIPED
SUITINGS at 90c specially
adapted for mating Ladies' Long
Garments, Children's Wraps, and
both are special bargains.
New Persian Silks at $1 50,
NEW ARMURE STRIPED
SILKS, in choice colorings and
combinations, at $1 a yard -a great
bargain lot and very choice $1 is
the price to-day, worth $1 50.
100 pieces PLAIN, COLORED
and BLACK Armure .Silks, 75c
dollar goods at 75c is why they go
BLACK SILKS in new weaves at
90c, $1, $i 25, gi so and up to $3
per yard elegance and values not
EVENING DRESS SILKS AND
RICH NOVELTIES that are an
advertisement for this SILK DE
PARTMENTyou know you don't
object to buying this class of goods
for much less moneythan is usually
charged--as when wedding dresses
are bought sometimes you don't
stop for expense.
BOGGS & BUHL,
115,117,119.121 federal st. Allegheny.
To-morrow Saturday is the
Qreat Sale of Ladies', Misses' and
Gloves and Hosiery.
Exceptional Values, now Being
Oents' Merino Undershirts
and Drawers, worth 40c, at
Gents' fancy Scotch Wool
Shirts and Jratvers, worth
$1, at 75c each.
Gents1 All-Wool Shirts and
Drawers, Scarlet, White,Gray
and Natural Colors, 75c set,
sold elsewhere for $1.
Gents' Genuine Vicuna, and
English Oxford Shirts and
Drawers, in new and desir
able colorings, at 83c each,
Gentlemen's TjarnJ's JFoog
Shirts and Drawers at 83c
Full line of Gents' Norfolk
and New Brunswick Shirts
and Drawers ranging in price
from $1 to $2 25. "
Ladies' Shrunk Knit Under
wear at 69c and 99c.
Children's Shrunk Knit Chr.
derwear at 25c and 31c.
Ladies' White Merino at
Children's White, Merino at
All sjzes in Youths' Scotch
Wool at 50a suit.
Ladies' fine Camel's Har
Underwear at 59c.
Children's Camel's Hair
Underwear from 16c up.
Ladies' Natural Wool Un
derwear, 7ifc each.
Ladies' Scarlet Wool Under
wear, elegant quality and
worth $1 25, at $1. Also one
lot (on bargain table, main
aisle, Sixth st. door) of Misses'
and Children's Medicated
Scarlet Shirts and Fantelettes,
strictly all-wool with silk
binding and pearl buttons, at
just one-half actual value.
Don't miss them.
Slxth St, and Penn Ave,
ANCHOR REMEDY COMFNY.
329 LIBERTY BTREET.
Dyspepsia Remedy, Beef, Wine
and lion. Beef, Wine Iron and
Cocoa. Cod Liver Oil. Sarsanarilla.
Pills. Liniment, and extra lame streneth.
emnir piasters, w e pars inoasauas or testi
monials from people who hare nsed tha
and all commend them as beinjr; tbe belt prep
aration in the market. We cjnarantee satis,
faction in all cases where the directions are
carefully followed. v eelS-uwp '
THE MERCANTILE AGENCY
B. ft Bun & Co;,".
Germania Bank Bnlldma 423 'Wood street, cor
ner of Diamond, Pittsburg; Pa.
This establishment supplies all necessary
information as to tbe standing, responsibility,
eta, ot business men throughout North Amer
ica. It Is ;ha oldest and by far the most com
plete and extensiye system eyer organised for
the accommodation of Banking and Mercantile
Interests and the General Pronatiaa aadPja.
tectum of Trade.
T)ebfci Collected and Legal Bnrintil A1
to taiQBgaoBi uw flma awtntt
Need a Fall Overcoat?
We never before had suoh a run
on Overcoats nor sold so many as
during the last few weeks a "Sure
sign of low prices and nobby styles.
We have, however, replaced all
broken lots, and you will find our
assortment the most complete.
Prices, 97 50, $10, $1, $12 and up
ward. All patterns and. shades
from the lightest Meltons and Di
agonals to the plain black Chev
iots. All the different styles of
seams and edges plain corded,
double stitched and strapped. You
should examine our line.
SUITS and PANTS
incomplete variety for everyday
vear and for dress are also selling
freely our lpw prices cuseit.
HATS in the best grades and
newest styles at popular prices.
STRASSBURGER & JOSEPH,
TafloR, ClfltMeK rM Hatters,
161, 163 Federal St,, Allegheny.
Oasii. arncL C:pecL:b
923 and Q25 JPenn
TO QUIT BUSINESS.
Lamps, Cut Glass, Gas Fixture!
Bronzes and Clocks,, Art Pptteriej
Tea, Dinner and Chamber Set,
Anniversary Gifts andHqlicJay
The J.P.Smfth LampsGfass and Ghina GtS
95 Penn Ay. Between Hinth an Tejtii j$ts,
Have we any rights as Caterers to the wants of thefejwerij
public to presume to ask a share of their patronage so farf a
pertains to perfect fitting qut
olete or in a oa'rt. iff all that
A- .1 ' r U
furnished one. Much'has been
said by firms who preteqd to
ish a house, of .haw cheap they
they can do that. Still, when
proper chance to display their
before the public, how sadly they have been left. Tak't
exhibits at the Exposition, a place where we are all
to put on our best bib and
Why, in our opinion, they dpn't
of an Exposition. Wbi in yur opinion, jf you hav hadij
pleasure of attending the Exposition, are entitled to tha
erence of your trade? We certainly are not presuming too j
in asking you to giye this yqur serious attention, whsn '.
ing for Furniture, Carpets, Bedding, Stoves, Ranges, etcmj
fact anything and everything kept in stock, that any per
would wish for to beautify their homes.
Davis Sewinpr Machines are our sDecialtv. We sell
low ior cash, or u you preier,
HOPPER BROS, k CO.,
THE MISSES', CHILDREMJS!
Hoi been Terv bars-slae tka eel mmH.
oar assortment is ooapltfSe, sd prioMjaataa
oleasloz as tbe strlea aadaafeb. KMre4"!
examine our liaeof tbese Rood befeeTe.ri
parcnase. Y on will a.Ttf mosey. Age ate m.
New and pretty styles last la. Plata as4 m ,
hroid&retL for LadW CfatMrwi aad Mma.t lfitl
12Kc. 15c, 26c, 80c, 36c, c,a9c,Bptet e-
cua vaines. -
Corsets and Carset Waists I;
Tb e Doable Ve and Ferns Watote for bfeataLfi
Misses and ladles, are selliBg is large irnaaH 3
ties, mey Deing lnuorsea oyau aaTeefwestot
dree reform. All the beat mahea of einiM
bore. Get pnr prices. "
Special values Saturday in ;
HOSIERY, GLOVES AND TJHB8KWSAX,
jtuijva uiuiBjuriu quwjej, me
Open until Br.s. Saturdays. y.
. . . ... -;
A, G, CAMPBELL I SOISf
710 Penn avsnue, 710, j
x-jMin Bvimjwu. ,$
uetveen aeTenta aad Jgljt& Stzeett.
avenue near Ninth street. :
or furnishing their hqftses
goes to make vour home a
said of late and more yfiM-
be in position to properly ft
can sell this or how
they have been given the
ability, setting- themselves i
tucker, and what do they's
understand the first prb
wiu give you ume. 10 setu,
Twii iiiflliiiiiliiiiiiiii m mm