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THE FITTSBUEG DISPATCH, THURSDAY, OCTOBER
LOYE'S YOUNG DEEM
An Ohio Girl Runs Away With an
Opera Troupe and Weds an Actor.
THE END OF A METEORIC CAREER.
One of the Tictims of the Conemangh Flood
ALL THE NEWS PEOM XEAEBI T0W5S
rEPECXlX. TELEGBAM TO THE DISrATCH.1
Wheeling, yf. Va., October 23. Late
last night something of a sensation was cre
ated among the members of the Binehart
Opera Company by the discovery that Miss
Annie Barnwell and Fred Ashton had dis
appeared. To-night the couple returned,
and announced that they had been married
at St. Clairsville, O.
Miss Barnwell joined the company at
Toungstown a lew days ago, after threaten
ing to rnn away from home, and straightway
fell in lore with Ashton. Mrs. Binehart kept
the girl under strict surveillance yesterday,
Keeping her all day in her room, but in the
evening she made her escape, met her lover
ud was married.
FRESHMEN AND SOPIIOMOUES.
Pennsylvania College Students, In General
Meetlnc, Condemn the Freshmen.
Gettysbueg, October 23. Thefresnnion and
sophomore classes of Pennsylvania College .are
still at swords' points. Early Saturday morn
ing the class of '93 burnt the "sophs" in effigy,
and then later In the day, while a '93 man was
waiving on the campus, carrying a cane, he was
assaulted bv the "freshies." An Impromptu
rush followed, but the "sophs" although out
numbered, managed to retain the cane.
This morning the tower of the new building
was found ornamented with a huge banner
bearing the figures '92. The freshmen after
great difficulty maniged to set fire to this, but
as it dropped from its place '92 was revealed
chalked in mammoth letters on the bricks.
Although men were lowered by ropes and every
means used tdey were unable to efface the
obnoxious figures, and to-night the sophs" aie
jubilant. At a meeting of the entire body of
students this afternoon the "childish actions of
the fre6bmen" were condemned, but that will
have but little effect
One of the Victims of tho Conemangh Ends
Bis Oivn Existence.
rKPECIAI. TBXEOKAM TO THE DISPATCH.1
Joh:.stovn, October23. A meeting of the
subscribers to the lund for the purpose of
searching for the dead was held tnls afternoon
and an organization was effected. Over $7,000
have already been subscribed and arrange
ments were perfected to begin work to-morrow
morning. Secretary Kremerfailed togetmuch
money paid out to-day, but promises he will
begin sending the checks out quite rapidly.
Twenty bodies were lifted and relnterred to
day, but none of them were Identified, borne
effective work is being done In favor of con
solidation, and it is quite likely that the move
ment will carry in at least three or four of the
An old gentleman named Fritzinger, living in
Conemangh. committed suicide this evening by
hanging. He became despondent over his
great losses in the flood, and was unable to bear
up under the strain.
THE 150031 IN COAL.
Any nmber of People Are Looking After
the Valuable Territory.
(SMUTM. TELEGRAM TO THE DISFATCH.1
Masoktwtk. October 23. There is quite a
boom in coal land in this section, with a view
of the extension of the Southwest Pennsylva
nia Railroad from Uniontown to the West Vir
ginia hue, which has been surveyed from
Uniontown to West Virginia via Mason town to
the Monongahela river, and then up the finest
and wealthiest mineral valley in tne State.
J. V. Tbompson fc Co., of Uniontown, have
been taking options for coal at 90 days at $30
per acre, and now bare nearly 3,000 acres,
which s-as a Monongahela frontage of about
four miles. The H7 C. Frick .Company and
McClure & Co. have also been gathering up
some valuable pieces of coal land in this
A BOILER EXPLOSION.
Two Men Burled In the Debris, bat Escape
IfPtClAl. TELEGRAM TO THE DIS1M.TCS.1
Conjteixsyii,i.e, Paj; October 23. Two of
the boilers of the MountBraddock Coke Works
blew up this morning, wrecking the engine
house nd tearing d lwn three brick stacks that
have been rece Jly completed. Edward Stull
and Anthi jy Matheany, who were in the engine
house, we-e buned under the debris, but not
badlv hurt, and were able to get loose from the
The l'ss will reach about $3,000, covered by
insurance, but the stoppage of work may cause
more loss. Another battery of boilers are un
injured, and the engine house can be repaired
and the works started in a few days.
ICE AT MILTON.
Sparrows Hnd to Postpone Their Balh
Until the Sun Melted the Ice.
MH.TOX, Pa October 22. Ice w&s formed J
nero last nignt anout one-half inch in thick
ness. The water that fell from the fountain on
the lawn of the Presbyterian Church formed a
one-half inch surface with inverted icicles that
raised themselves and were visible above the
blades of grass for a radius of 20 feet, and did
not melt until 9 o'clock this morning.
The sparrows that usually bathe there came
In flacks at an early hour, and when they found
the cold condition of the apnroach tbey re
treated, uttered a most mournful wail and
waited round about until every vestige of
winter was gone and then took their usual
PLENTY OF ASSIGNMENTS.
Blair County Business Men Are Having
Considerable Financial Tronble.
rsrrciAL telegram to the disfatcii.i
TIoixrDAYSBrRG. October 23. Milton G.
Hlllcman, of Williamsbnrg, the Prohibition
candidate for County Treasurer, has made an
assignment to J. H. Smith, of this place. Tho
liabilities are about 0,000 and the assets 510,00a
J. B. Mallory, a merchant of Altoona, made an
assignment to Joseph M. Davis, of that city
The liabilities are about 56,000, with assets of
only about $1,000.
There have been more assignments made in
Blair county since January last than for any
two successive years for a long time past.
A TRESPASSING HUN SHOT.
Ordered OS" While Stealing Fruit and Ite
fnslnx to Go Is Fired At.
PoTTSTOWir, October 23. A party of Potts
0 town Hungarians went on a fruit stealing ex
pedition to Berks county on Sunday, and while
raiding the orchard of Samuel Yocum were
surprised by the farmer with shotgun In hand.
They refused to leave when ordered off and
crew Deuigerenu .air. locum nred his Shotgun
One of them fell to the ground severely
wounded and was earned home by his com
panions. The matter was kept quiot until to
day, when it was found necessary to send for a
phsician to dress the Hun's wounds.
A LONG ELECTION CONTEST.
0,192 Witnesses Examined by Two Com
mis. loners at Scrnntou.
SCRAKTOir, October 23. Commissioners Al
bro and Duggan, to whom were referred the
contested election cases of Owen Cuslck to the
office of Clerk of the Courts, and Richard J.
Gallagher to the office of Recorder of Deeds,
after nearly a year's work, to-day Med a volum
inous report, showing that 6,192 witnesses were
examined, of whom 2,078 were called by the
The report covers all instances of persons
supposed to have voted illegally. The Court
took the papers and will rule on the findings
and ascertain for whom the Illegal votes were
cast before deciding to whom the offices belong.
It Flows of It Own Accord.
rsrxciAX. tzlxobax to the DtgrxTca.1
Bubgettstowtt, October 23. The well on
the Samuel Gnrist farm, which was abandoned
some time ago and the casing drawn ont one
dsy last week, was visltea by two citizens yes
terday and they found the well flowing over
the hole. They took two barrels down and
dipped them full In a short time. The oil Is
flowing up sad covering the land around the
well lor a cowWeraWe dimace, j
THE POLE IN CONHUH-
Efforts of the Detective to Dlslodo Them
Frove Entirely Fnttlr.
Wilkesbabre, October 23.-The excite
ment to-day at Plymouth over thaehurc¬
continues at fever heat. All last nig.1t crowds
were gathered In the vicinity ol tne
disputed buildings. At a lata hoar xe
tectives Holt and Roberts, armed witn
legal writs, applied at the parsonage for a
mittance. Their request was refused wlt-u
threats of violence if they attempted Iorci'e
entry. This morning the parties in the build
ing signalled to them, and on drawlitf near 5"e
detectives were told that they migl.1 en ter.
They were escorted through the bmldloC ad
were shown a perfect arsenal of guns ana
pistols in the hands of six desperate lookiue
Polanders. The officers were then taken to the
door and Informed that the besieged party
meant to hold possession at all hazards.
The detectives were convinced that they
could get forcible possession only by niooasneu
and possible loss of life. They therefore gave
up the attempt for the present, and are con
tenting themselves with keeping a watch upon
the premises. The Polanders arrestea
for taking part in yesterday's fracas
were given a bearing to-day before Bur
gess Martin on the charge of assaulting
a police officer In the discharge of his duty.
Martin Wilkes, the leader, was fined J2S and
costs. Martin Wilkes was re-arrested, taken
before 'Squire Lynch and held in 1,000 bail on
the charge of assault on the Assistant Chief of
Police with intent to kill. To-morrow morning
the High Sheriff of this county, who has been
called upon, will go to the scene of the trouble
with a picked posse of men and endeavor to
gain possession of the buildings in dispute.
A METEORIC CAREER.
The Death of One or the Original Napole
ons of Finance.
rsrEciAL teleqram to the dispatch.
WnzELnra, October 23. Sylvester G. Ham
ilton, who died of consumption in Louisville,
Ky this morning, was possessed of a remarka
ble history. He was born In Woodsville, O.,
about 1S30, and when a young man came to
Wheeling, where he obtained employment in a
wholesale drygoods house. He spent several
years in Wheeling, and here married one of the
reigning belles. Miss Blanche McAfee. About
187S Hamilton left Wheeling with his wile, and
when next heard of ho was nlun?inir in Wall
street, a member of the Stock Exchange and
the owner of a 250,000 residence on Fifth
For the succeeding two or three years Hamil
ton's operations rivaled some of the financial
experience of Monte Christo, and then came a
crash which left him stranded on the shores of
impecuniosity. He left New York and atter a
good deal of drifting about he reached Louis
ville, where he died as stated. His remains
will be brought home for interment.
NO HOPE FOR BAER.
Tho Jury Much Impressed by the Story of
IPFXCIAL. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.!
Gbseksbubg, October 23. The counsel for
the Commonwealth in the mill burning case
rested to-day at noon, and the defense was at
once taken up. While the counsel for the de
fense are exerting every effort to save Baer
their case is apparently a hopeless one, as the
story of Harrison Fox, tbe negro, seemed to
have a good deal of weight with the jury. A
new witness, Harry Jones, nt .fittsburg. testi
fied that Fox told him before the mill was
bumed that Baer wanted him to destroy the
mill property near Greensburg, and the morn
ing atter the fire Fox showed him an account
of it in the morning papers.
The case, it is expected, will go the jury to
morrow evening. A great effort will be made
by the defense to discredit the story of Fox, as
a number of witnesses have testified that he
was untruthful and of a depraved character.
Another Republican Receives His Reward.
.TrtCIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.I
New Brighton, October 23. W. A, Hecka
thorn, ot this place, has been appointed United
States Ganger for this district, and is now
learning the duties of the office.
TBE COAL STEIKE IN INDIANA.
The K. of L. Taking Measures to Aid the
The usual weekly meeting of L. A. 4907,
salesmen, was held last night in the K. of
L. Hall, Fifth avenue. Mr. Joshua Hors
field, of Brazil, Ind., Worthy Foreman of
Division 7 of N. D. 135, K. of L., gave a
vivid description of the condition of the
miners in his section, and asked for sub
scriptions for the suffering families.
Twenty-five dollars was at once handed in,
and the members pledged themselves to
make up a sum of $100. Subscription lists
will be sent round through the stores, and
arrangements will be made for entertain
ments in support of a fund for their succor.
Later Sir. HorsSeld left to address a meet
ing of the Citizens' Traction Company em
ployes iu the hall at the corner of Main
street and Liberty avenue, Lawrenceville.
Tne traction men turned in in uniform, and
liberally responded to the appeals for aid.
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
(Daniel A. Price..., ....Homestead
(Mary Davis Homestead
j Ferdinand Lochener Pittsburg
i Maria Bender,. Fltt6bure
(James A. Lwls Jeflerson township
Sarah U. Blddle Jefferson township
(Joseph B. Fleming Fairmount, W. Va.
Coral). Fisher Fairmount, W. Va.
J llanan C Tolboect Leet township
( Anna C Kauinscnussel Economy township
(Michael Donohue Walls station
I JIary Mellett Pittsburg
IlarryO. Hawkln Wyoming 'lerritorr
( JnliaThompson Allegheny
( James H. Gordon Mifflin townshlD
J Martha E. Wellkllne Mifflin township
( Anton KaronoDskr Pitxhnn.
i ranees tOwltzky.... Plttsbnrg
("William M. Zell Pittsburg
J Katie M. JTagesson , Pittsburg
j a. y. eTer Braddock
I Badle Lapslej- Braddock
( Frederick Llncmann Pittsburg
I Maria btrltzinger Pittsburg
( Exra Klley..... Pittsburg
J Susanna Harris. Pittsburg
ttiouni. t iieuii... ............ asuington connty
JJlza 1). Weddell Elizabeth
..... n asuington county
1 i?r.t f.rK Homestead
I Mellsha Keeves Homestead
( Charles I). Seymour Pittsburg
Mary A. Mohr.. Plttsbnrg
(Frank Horn Braddock
I Annie Yalter Braddock
IS a blood disease. Until tne poison la
expelled from the system, there caa
be no cure for this loathsome and.
dangerous malady. Therefore, the only
effective treatment is a thorough course
of Ayer's Sarsaparllla the best of all
blood purifiers. The sooner you begin
the better ; delay is dangerous.
" I tvas troubled with catarrh for over
two years. I tried various remedies,
and was treated by a nnmber cf physi
cians, but received no benefit until I
began to take Ayer's Sarsaparilla. A
few bottles of this medicine cured me of
tnls troublesome complaint and corn
pletely restored my health." Jesse M.
Boggs, Holman's Mills, N. C.
"When Ayer's Sarsaparilla was rec
ommended to me for catarrh, I was in
clined to doubt its efficacy. Having
tried so many remedies, with little ben
efit, I had no faith that anything would
cure me. I became emaciated from loss
of appetite and impaired digestion. I
had nearly lost the sense of smell, and
my system was badly deranged. I was
about discouraged, when a friend urged
me to try Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and re
ferred me to persons whom it had cured
of catarrh. After taking half a dozen
bcttles of this medicine, I am convinced
that the only sure way of treating this
obstinate disease is tbrongh the blood."
Charles H. Maloney, 113 Biver st,
Dr. J. C Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Price $1 ; six bottles, $5. Worth $5 a boOla.
BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA,
ISO CUPS FOE f L
'CHOICEST, prjBEST. BE3l MET HV
jeSt-HTT " ' if T "-?
Tim Daley, who was charged before Al
derman Porter in the,unsavory ShArpsburg
ase, was discharged. He conclusively
proved that he never boarded at the house
of the Kemps as alleged.
Get the best and cheapest. Salvation Oil
relieves in the twinkling of an eye. Price
ffinua F. WAKREif, D. D., LL. D., Presi
dent Boston University, says of the American
Supplement to the Encyclopaedia Britannlca
"The work will be a credit to American litera
ture, valued convenience to thousands of
All to go at 8 cts a yard. Friday and Sat
urday onlv. Ksable & SHTJSTEB,
35 Fifth are.
Bitter Wine of Iron
A nerve tissue food and enricher of the
blood; pint bottle 50c, at Fleming's Drug
Store, 413 Market street TTSSrt
weights." James H.
medium and heavy
Aiken & Co., 100
Club ticket yet he returned to Elite Gal
lery, 516 Market street, before November 1.
Iiucky possessors please call.
PB1DAY and Saturday special bargain
days. .KxabIiB & Shtjsteb,
35 Fifth ave.
$3 a yard rich camel's hair novelties.
Plains to match. Boggs & BUHL.
F. & V.'s Iron City beer is unrivaled.
Connoisseurs pronounce it so.
Cabinet photos, 51 per dor. Lies' Pop
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st. ttsu
Natural Gas Bill Reduced 75 Per Cent.
O'Keefe Gas Appliance Co.,34 Fifth av.
Friday nod Saturday.
Bibbed vests were 45 cts to go at 35 cts.
Kjtable & Shusieb, 35 Fifth ave.
STROYD RICHARD At the residence of
the bride's father, 326 Dennison, East End. by
the Rev. George Hodges, KATHEBrmB Rich
ard to AETinra Stbotd.
ROBINSON SHUCK On Wednesday even
ing, October 23, by Rev. J. J. Mcllyar, Mr. R.
A Robinsow, of Sharpsburg. Pa., to Mrs.
Ailm J. Shuck, of Allegheny City, Pa.
O'CALLAGHAN TORLEY On Tuesday
afternoon, October 22, 1S89, by the Rev. Tobln,
Mr. BEBKARD F. 0'CAI.IA.GIIAJ. oi luiuuoi
phia, and Miss MABT F. ToRLETr,jor this city,
ANDERSON At the residence of his son-in-law,
D. G. Clark, Murtland avenne. East
End, Wednesday evenlne, Oct. 23, at 9.30
o'clock, Thomas Anbkrsoit, in his 8ist-year.
Notice of funeral in evening papers.
r East Liverpool, O., papers please copy.
BARNES On Tuesday, October 22, 1889, at
4 SO P. M., Mrs. LUCY BabnkS. widow of the
late William Barnes, aged 87 years.
Funeral services at her late residence, 18
Franklin street, Allegheny, on Thtjbsdat
ajtbrsook, October 2i,at2o'clock. Interment
private. Kindly omit flowers.
BROWN On Wednesday mornlnt October
23, 18S9 at 12J5, Lizzie, daughter of August
and Catharine Brown, aged 5 years and 7 days.
Funeral on Thtjbsdat afternoon at 2
o'clock from the residence of the parents, U
Federal street, Allegheny. Friends of the
family are respoctf nlly invited to attend.
BURNS-On Wednesday, October 28, 18S9 at
11:30 A. Jt, Harry, son of John and Josephine
Burns, aged 7 years and 2 months.
Funeral from the parents' residence. Pleasant
Valley, O'Hara township, on Thursday, 24th
Inst., at 8 p.m. Friends of tho family are re
spectfully invited to attend.
COWAN On Tuesday, October 22, 1889, at
725 o'clock A. Jt, Kebbcca il., wile 01 X.
Conrad Cowan, aged 62 years.
Funeral Thursday, at 1230 p. Jt, frdm her
late residence. No. 130 Zara street, Knoxville
borough. Interment at Lebanon Cemetery.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
FORD On Tuesday. Octfber 22. 1S89, at S
o'clock P. ar at his residence, No. J6i Thirty,
ninth street, James Ford.
Funeral from his late residence on Thurs
day, October 21, at 2 o'clock p. x. Friends of
the family are respectfully Invited to attend.
GOFF On Wednesday, October 23, 18S9, at 6
o'clock A. M.. Mrs. SARAH A, wife of F. B.
Goff, aged 52 years.
Funeral Thursday, at 3 p. m., from her late
residence. Thorn street, Sewickley, Pa. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
HANZEL Wednesday morning at 8:40
o clock, Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Joseph
and Elizabeth Hanzel, aged IS years 9 months'
and 6 days.
Funeral services at the house. No. 44 Third
street, Friday mobnzno at 7:30 o'clock.
Requiem mass at 8 o'clock. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend.
JACK On Tuesday, October 22, at 1135 A.
ii., Margaret Jack, relict of the late David
Jack, aged 61 years.
Funeral from her late residence, Howley
avenue, near Main street. Thursday, 24th
Inst, at 2 p. M. Friends of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend. 2
KERR October 21, 1859, at the residence of
her son in New York City, Harriet Snow
den, widow of Rev. Joseph R. Kerr and daugh
ter of the late Hon. John Snowden, of Pitts
burg. Interment at Allegheny Cemetery Thurs
day, October 24. on arrival of 12 45 P. Ji. train
from the East. Carriages will be in waiting for
f nends at Union depot. ' 3
MAXWELL On Tuesday, October 22, at his
residence, Ingram station. HENRY D., son of
the late W. J. and Eliza Maxwell, in the 27th
j ear of bis age.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
Philadelphia Ledger please copy.
MENSENDEICK On Tuesday, October 22,
at 12 15 A. St., Frederick Mensendeick. In
his 64th year.
Funeral services at his late residence, 163
Pennsylvania avenne, Allegheny, on Thurs
DAY. October 24, 18S9. at 2 o'clock p. x. Friends
of tho family are respectfully invited to at
McBRATNEY On Tuesday, at 1230 A. JC. at
her residence, Ann street, Allegheny, Mrs.
Samuel Frances McBratnky, in her 67th
Services on Friday at 10A.ll. Interment
private at 103a
McGRAW On Tuesday, October 22,1889, at
530 p.m., Catherine Josephine, daughter
of Kate and the late Charles McGraw, or Al-
leebenr, aged 19 jears. 1 month and 19 days.
Funeral from tbe residence of ber brother-in-law,
Bartloy Stack, Holmes street, near Stan
ton avenue, on Thursday, at 10 a. m. Friends
sf tbe family are respectfully invited to attend.
s Milwaukee papers please copy. 2
WOOD On Tuesday, October 22, at U30 P.
H.. at Bellevue. Birdie, wife of Q. W. Wood,
aged 20 years 4 months 2i days.
Funeral Feidat, October 23, from day ex
press, Johnstown, Fa.
WILSON' On Wednesday. October 2a. at
1130 a. il, Frank M. Wilson, in the 35th
year of bU ago.
Tbe death dew we have wiped from thy brow,
Tbou art silent, ob, so silent now;
A heavenly calm is on thy face.
Best, rest, my son, rest tbou in peace.
Funeral on Fridat at 2 o'clock, from the
residence of his mother, corner Spruce street
and Laurel alley, Allegheny City. Friends of
the family are respectfully Invited to attend.
JAMES ABOHTBAXD BROM
JJVERY AND SALE STABLES,
117. 119 and 138 Third avenue, two doors below
Smlthflcld st,, next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages for funerals,$3. Carriages for operas,
parties, &x, at the lowest rates. All new car
riages. Telephone communication. xnyl-11-Tra
TEFBESENTE1 IN P XXTSBURa IN 1$X
ASSETS . 19771,69633.
Insurance Co. of North America,
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. Si Fourth avenue. ia20-2-D
Assets j. $118,50187
NO. ill WOOD STKEET.
ALEXANDER NIMICK, President
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President.
WM. P. HEBBEBT, Secretaiy.J
PINARY PRICES FOR
To reduce stock we offer a
large number of patterns of
Thit-off ering consists of ex
cellent patterns in the best
quality of Moguettes, and can
not last long, as soon as this
unusual opportunity for house
keepers becomes generally
Come early for a good choice.
Besides our regular line of Body
Brussels at 85 c, we now offer a large
variety of handsome patterns and
colorings and best quality of Brom
ley, Lowell, Hartford and Bigelow.
FROM (N 'h AND
Also a good assortment of
Fromnt CTS. to KKCTS.
33 FIFTH AVENUE.
Isn't This a Plain
This is our ladder to reach
a large business and save
money for you: we manufact
ure the clothing and keep
Can't you see where that
cuts off the corners from big
That, too, brings us to your
doors and permits the junc
tion of reliable goods with
our very moderate prices.
Not handicapped in any
way, we go into the markets
of the world ready to buy ma
terials largely in order to buy
at a low price: and sure be
cause of our low prices to
gain your trade.
Isn't your interest, to get
clothing at a cheap price that
will wear long and true fused
with ours who stand at the
manufacturer's end, and want
your good-will for our partic
Our way of merchant tail
oring is to show more styles
than you 11 stop to see: and
do the best work.
Sixth street and Fenn avenne.
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fllllncs from SI up.
silver, 75c; white alloy, tL
Gold Crowns a specialty,
DR. J. M. McCLAREN,
Corner Bmtthfleld asd Fourth atom,
m. rii. -- ovu-'
B. & B.
Wednesday, October 24.
Extraordinary bargain this
morning; 40-inch (double
width) CLAN TARTAN
STRIPES AND PLAIDS,
at the remarkable price of 25c
Choicest styles and greatest
offer this season.
BOGGS & BUHL,
115,117,119.121 Federal st.AHegheny.
P. S. The bargains in fine
Camel's Hair Dress Goods in
navys, myrtles, prunes, plums,
dahlias and browns also new
high-class novelties in Camel's
Hair goods, with plains to
match also in Paris Robes,
are worth attention.
A FEW SAMPLE BARGAINS
A Fine, All-wool, Tailor-made
Newmarket, made of Black Berlin
Twill, satin faced, with bell sleeves,
warranted a fast black, a very
stylish and handsome garment,
Fine Black Stockinette Jaoket,
warranted strictly all wool, tailor-
made, with welt setfrnn, with or
without bell sleeves, a very neat
and genteel Jaoket, worth double
Blaok Diagonal Jacket, with
double box-plait back, tailor-made,
sizes 32 to 44 bust measure, only
Genuine London Dyed Seal Plush
Sacque, with quilted satin lining',
chamois skin pockets, real seal or
naments, blocked seams, in fact
made on the same principle as a
real sealskin garment just think
of it only
Genuine London Dyed Seal Plush
Jaoket, neatly made and finely
trimmed, in fact a perfect fitting
garment, cannot be bought In other
houses in the city for less than $15
or 818 our prioe only
OUT THIS -ADVERTISEMENT
'OUT AND BRING IT WITH YOU,
ASK to be shown these gar
ments, and if we cannot produce
every garment we advertise we do
not desire your patronage.
NOTE D. L. Stern, late
with Messrs. Kaufmann, de
sires to notify his friends that
he has taken charge of the
Cloak Department of Messrs.
Danziger & Shoenberg, where
he will be pleased to see all
his old patrons and the pub
lic generally. '
Sixth St. and Penn Ave.
- O.D.LEVIS. Solicitor of Patents,
SI1 Fifth avenue, above Smitbileld. next Leader
office. (No delay.) Established 20 years.
GREAT REMOVAL SALE
SELLING OUT. SELLING OUT.
DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS, SILKS,
CASHMERES, CLOAKS, SUITS,
. HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
All Goods Positively Below Cost. Building Must be Vacated.
Entire Stock Must Go. Don't; Miss This Chance. Call at Once.
65, 167 .and -169 FEDERAL ST., ALLEGHENY.
SACQUES AMD CAPES.
Seal Sacque, Cape, Muff,
Fancy Fur and
ART -:- DEPARTMENT,
We have added a SEAL SACQUE AND
FUE CAPE DEPABTMENT to our store,
and trill have our formal opening on day
above noted. We will show onlv the BEST
GEADES OF GENUINE "LONDON
DTE ALASKA SEAL, and in the popu
lar lengths to be worn this season, -which
will be 23, 27 and 30-inch length Sacques.
IN CAFES we will show the fashionable
shapes in Fersianna, Astrachan, Black
Lynx and Marten. Seal, Monkey, Beaver,
Coon and Cape Seal.
Best Values Guaranteed.
The opening of PAINTED NOVELTIES
in onr Art Department, consisting of Silk,
Satin, Chamois and Kid Painted Articles,
Drapery Silks, Drapery Scarfs, Table Cov
ers, etc., will be worthy of your attention,
and will afford you great pleasure even if
you do not wish to purohase.
Be sure and come in on he day noted
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH AVENUE.
ANOTHER HEW DEPARTMENT
It has been decided that Furs will rule the
cold weather fashions, and ws ars-provided
with a full assortment of specialties in Furs at
FLEISHMAN A CO.'S, SM Market street
Monkey, Black Raccoon,
Black Lynx, Opossum,
Complete line of Mnffs, Boas, Capes, Btoles,
etc., at exceedingly reasonable prices.
Little Lord Fauntleroy only SL25.
Fleishman & Co.,
THE WORLD MOVES
CAR OF PROGRESS MOVES ON!
In no branch of commerce has there beeamore progress made re
cently than in the ready-made clothing business. Now the laest fabrics
in the world arc made up for sale and every fashionable style can be
had in a store like ours. As a natural consequence the prejudice agaiaat'
ready-made Clothing is dying out rapidly.
COME THIS WEEK!
Look for Yourselves and Be Convinced, "
Tis a Matter That Concerns Your Pocketbook,
MEN who MUST STUDY and ECONOMIZE
TO MAKE BOTir ENDS MEET SHOULD CERTAINLY SEE THE-
Phenomenal Bargains in Overcoats
With which we intend to delight our patrons this week. Overcoats im ;
black and blue Worsteds, silk -
nA a! flPTtffltrt lVMt-lll1P 1 r
beautiful Fur .Beavers, eta, every
"worthy of being worn oy the best dressers of Pittsburg, at
$10, $12, $15, $16, $18, $20 and $25.
Big values every one of 'em.
pronounce these Overcoats the
'Twould be impossible for any house to give greater bargaias. We'jntl
our shoulders to the wheel to obtain for our patrons something not obf J
tainable elsewhere at the prices we are naming and we have sacceodod
beyond a doubt Of course we have Overcoats at lower prices soaiee
as low as $5 and $6, with hundreds at $7 and $S but we prefer to caly
your attention to those we have
are such as will not alone prove
the direct means of proving our
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Die cioiumgj aouse in mc wuriu-
MEJV of JJ1UDEK ATE
AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF TH
Following Extraordinary Bargains'
w hich we shall offer this week: Choice of 1,000 Suits aateriofe M?f
and handsome one, three and four-button Cutaway Sack Seite; foswr'"
button Straight-cut Sack Suits; nice
Suits, double-breasted Sack Suits, in Cassimeres, black, aad bfcs
teds, Corkscrews, 'Tricots, black, blue and fancy Cheviots aad 1
nals, at the following phenomenally low prices:
$8, $10, 12, $15,
Our word for it, there's nothing
30 per cent more money. Depend
every buyer satisfied; every buyer
cal and intelligent buyers, who really know a good and cheap Salt 1
they see it, are specially invited to
good Suits. They'll find 'em artistic in cut, perfect la fit, corrsct i 1
sign. Jfronouncea Dargains, every
cannot come, why not send in your order by mail? You've osly to
us an idea of what you want, and yon can depend on recciviag a
We'll send C O. D. to any address. v
To be fitted out in an elegant manner for very little mosey iadeL
500 Children's Suits at $2: -
500 Children's Suits at $3 25. ,'. t
500 Children's Suits at
Which no other house in Pittsburg can duplicate under from $1
$5 more money. Then again we shall offer Children's Overs
$2 50, 3 50 and $5, which are honestly worth 50 per oeat sore
Big Boys' Overcoats at $5, $6 and $8,
livery one wno sees tnem win pronounce tnem reaiijrsaarvesgfttui
Come in your thousands, parents! we'U -show you hoWwe keep,
reputation of being the most reliable
Clothing in the country.
BEAR THIS FACT IN MIND!
WE HAVE THE
Hats,FnrnishingGoods and Mm
in the country. We say this without
and choicest stocks ana tne lowest prices, mars tne Diawei
your trade. Who can beat it? Our experience has tasght m
storekeeping there is nothing more
a customer well and faithfully on his
customer of him is the idea we not only preach, batpractk-
.i i .i.i .1 i- ni. ...i ah it... ii.At
men, any wuuuu uiai uic pcupic uutjs. iu usi au mn- gwimwaat
bility and thoroughness bespeak is
haustible stocks and assortments.
furnishers or exclusive shoe places
while our prices are fully one-third
store in town.
ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
faced Cheviots, Kerseys, Chinchillas,'.
i'1 I IT " 7a1ftnnn m1- a4a. TtI " "
Overcoat Perfect in all re3pectg'd
There is no humbug aboat as wfcea. tn
BEST we've ever offered for the feoaey.
at prices before named, becaase they
good goods to the buyers bt also
claim of being the cheapest (for raKaf
UN COMES, BE WIS!
three and four-button Cutaway '
$16, $18 and $20r;
like 'em outside our store sadr art: j
on it, we'll make every bsyec '.
more than pleased. Close, eo
come and look o'er these rei
one or 'em. suppose you km ywtl
BOYS THIS WE
Big Boys' Suits at $5, $7 and
., ,. . . -
dealers in Boys aaa
cant or exafftreratioH. TW
. m, ..... f,'
attractive than popular prics.
first visit and we make a
expressed in our pracdoMyv
Fashionable and toay batten
no more than equal as oa. i
lower than you'd pay at
JO GRAND BARGAli