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Campaign in Old Virginia.
THE'DKMOCKATS STEAL A MARCH
On General llahone by Fishing for Colored
Totes in the Black Belt
SIGHTS TO MAKE DELHONICO WEEP.
-; - rsrrcm, txixosax to the dispatch. '
ipBlCHMOXD, Va.. October 30. "Efl vote
Kfcior-Aianone, i. cope l may arap aaia at ue
polls." This assertion was made here to
day "by a well-known colored man known as
Orster Geonre. of Keueer's Band. Whether
Egf or not Oyster George has gotten wind of the
sreat oyster bakes now in progress in Ac-
O'Tmiid, $500 each and six months In Cleveland
workhouse; John Nye. ?400 and five months in
the workhouse; F. S. Skelly, 200 and 20 days in
AN ALLEGED FITTSBCBG CKOOK.
and Northampton counties, is not
.known, but it looks that way, tince it takes
ns bold colored man to assert his determina-
Jjflion to vote against Mahone.
These counties are in the tidewater part
of the State, where the black rote is large
and where Mahone has hitherto had ranch
- strength. This region has been neglected
by the boss this time. He considered it so
safe as to be beyond the need of watching,
bat the neglect may have cost him both
' counties. The Democrats, following up the
'barbecue idea, are giving the negroes of
Northampton and Accomac monster oyster
bakes at night, and reports from there state
that these bakes are doing fine work in
'turning the negroes against llahone. The
whites bear all the expenses,
DOLXAB OTSTEBS NOT JTOO GOOD.
"Why, sir," said a committeeman from
' that section, "they are giving them negroes
oysters by the thousand that Selmonico
.would give a dollar apiece for."
The whole ot the oyster region is being
worked. In York county the noted Norton
brothers, two mulattoes of more than aver
age intelligence, are among the kickers.
One of them was at one time in the Virginia
Senate, and was Mahone's right hand man
in controlling the blacks.
Despite all talk to the contrary, the Dem
ocrats are disposed to treat the negroes
kindly; and, so far as can be ascertained,
are trying to win them by persuasive rather
than harsh measures. That they could win
many of them is conceded, were it not for
the negro's superstitions terror of Federal
office holders. As scon as a man is given
any commission from the United States
Government he seems to have an influence
with the negroes that overcomes everything
THE DENSE IGSOEANCE.
An instance of the dense ignorance that
exists among many of them has just trans
pired. McKinney, the Democratic nomi
nee, is a native of Prince Edward countv.
-iS-t-i is in wnai is Known as tne "Jilack Uelt."
yrai'sTwo neero women went to the gubernatorial
" Ut0rn4ncinn utiA act-n.? if f. "Hf ..IT!.......- -
- in. The wrrsnt tild itti ihnt ffin fn,-....
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, uvi utcu iuuv, uub jure, -maivinney aia
iifnot. The women hemmed and hawed, evi
dently convinced that there was a mistake.
.Finally Mrs. Governor Lee came to the
door, and with a ready wit told them that
Mrs. McKinney did not live there then, but
would move in on the 1st of January. The
two women went away satisfied with that
They had heard that McKinney was Gover
nor, and had come to apply for situations on
the score of themselves " being natives of
. Prince Edward county.
The anathemas against mixing religion
I with politics pronounced by John Jasper,
the sun prophet, hnrt the native Mahone
-.virea'cher movement in the cities. Unless
Mahone minds his hold upon them, he will
lose their influence, as the religious papers
of the denominations to which they belo
-have opened fire on them.
A Jinn Arretted In Wheeling: Charged With
rEFECt-X TELEOniM TO TUB DISPATCH. 1
Wheeling, October SO. About 6 o'clock
this evenlnc a crook giving his name as John
Howard and claiming to reside lour miles from
.East Liberty, Pittsburg, was arrested on a
charge of personating the collector of the
bouse furnishing firm ot Honst fe Hermann,
and obtaining considerable sums of money from
From the big lot of business cards found on
Howard, bearing the names of furniture firms
asfarSouthasFlorida.lt is surmised be has
been doing a very extensive business In this
line and must have innumerable victims.
MAN AND MONEY MISSING.
A Lima Bookkeeper Thonght ts Have Ab
sconded With tbe Firm's Money.
Cleveland, October SO. James M. Beeves,
former bookkeeper and lately traveling man
for Moore Bros., wholesale grocers at lima, is
believed to have absconded, about $1,500 in
debt to tbe firm. He was last heard Irom at
Gambling is said to have caused his down
fall. Reeves has a wife and three small sons.
Bureau, of Statistics, Is dangerously ill at his
borne-In this 'city. His mental condition Is
greatly Impaired and he is physically broken
18 inches wide, 39o a yard. All colors.
Knable & .Shustee, 35 Fifth ave.
B. fc B.
Evening shades 23-inch India silks 60 cU.
a yard. This is a, very superior bargain.
Tkey Prove nn Alibi.
tSFECIAL TELICIiAM TO THE DIST ATCH.I
Gbeexsbubq, October' SO. It has been
clearly shown by corroberative testimony in
tne mill-burning case to-day that Hetzel and
Francis, tbe defendants, were in PittsDurg the
night the mill was burned. Tbe prosecution
will attempt to prove that the hotel register at
tbe Rush House was "doctored" for the occa-
Polanders Resort to Dynamite.
rEFECIAt. TELEOEAM TO THX CIEFATCn.l
Wilkesbabbe, October 30. Too rebellions
Polanders at Plymouth to-day attempted to
blowup a double blockhouse attached to the
Polish pariBh with dynamite. Bishop O'Hara
received the rent from tbe property, which
angered the Poles.
2Tq chapped hands after doing your wash
ing with Walker's wax soap. MwrhF
Kkablb & Shustee, 35 Fifth are.
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
"William Klein.-. Bhaler township
I Josephine Halblerer ,8haler township
) John HlnRston Allegheny
(Baotlite Assent Mifflin township
( Famine Airolter .Mifflin township
J John W. Tentz 1'enn township
I Elllnor .Hamilton W'llktnsharc
5 Wallace C. Bell Plttbor
1 Hannah Fltipatrlck Fittsburg
(John L. Keebler Fittsburg
i Lydla Graham Allegheny
I Harry C. Lay Pittsburg
( Eleanor Cunningham Fittsburg
Thomas U. Miller HamptoD township
I JJia Jiooison narapton wirmuip
J George Oberle Shaler township
B. & B.
Thubsdat, October 31.
To reduce stock we offer
large number of patterns of
1 Anna Bpttrner..
t Andrew Carter Httsburg
Their Experience Was Costly.
rsrsciAS. telioeak to the disfatch.1
McKeespoet. October SO, The Doctors
Black, tbe originators of. oil and gas well drill
ing at McKeesport to-day sold for 85 their
stock in tbe Ninth Avenue Company, consist
ing of 22 flf tv-fif ths of the company stock. It
cost them $MX.
inteJJtobs getting there.
BIG BLAZE AT WHEELING.
A..S2J.I0Q.FIr Descrors lbs. Stockof b
.-. Fholesale CTrocerr Firm. "
J - If rXCIAI. TEI-EGBAil TO THE cur ATCH.1
, "Wseelzko( October Sa About 7 o'clock
thisevening fire broke ont in the wholesale
grocery and canned goods bonse of George K.
,'McMechen & Son, on Main street, between
ttF 'Fourteenth and South streets. It was a f our-
jJT story building, packed from cellar to garret
f. ' with an immense stock of goods. Before the
firs department arrived the fire had good head-
way and a general alarm was turned in. For a
time Jt looked as thoucb the entire valuable
block was doomed, but the fire was soon under
SIcMechen's store was entirely destroyed, and
the buildinc which was owned by Charles
Scoffler. was cntted. McMechen'a tntal lnoevHii
reach S5.000, with S1&000 insurance. The loss
on the building was S3,oua Hutchinson's sad
dlery in tbe adjoining building was slightly
damaged, the loss being covered by insurance.
The cause of tbe fire is unknown.
A List of Those In Three States Who Have
List of United States patents issued to "West
ern Pennsylvania, Eastern Ohio and West
Virginia inventors on Tuesday, October 29, as
furnished by O. D. Levis, patent attorney, No.
131 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg:
Henry Aiken, Homestead, Pa., car or truck;
John W. Almack, Coshocton, U., egg case; S. S.
Babbitt, Allegheny, and A. B&ndolph, assignors
to said Babbitt and Eobinson Ilea Manufacturing
Company, PltUborg, eccentric link for steam en
gines: Frank O. Colwell, "Wheeling, metal ceil
ing; E. J. Colei, Liberty, O., metallic lining for
pumps; Eugene Fontaine, Anbnrndale, O., rail
way time signal; Charles Gearing, assignor to C.
M. Gearing, Fittsburg, apparatus for manufac
turing gas; James K. Hamilton. Brookrllle, Pa.,
harness loop; J. "W- Hawkins, Kent, 0., lifting
Jack; C B, Head. Allegheny, electrical fire slg
nal: Edward Hudner, Marlon, O., steam engine;
Louis uremer. New Bremer, O., creaming can;
C L. Hnston, Coauvllle, Pa., device for clamp
ing sheets or plates of metal; Alex Wurts, as
signor to AVestlnghonse Electrical Company,
multiple thermal cut-off; H. J. Hyams, Pittsburg,
proportional gas meter: Jacob Klnzer, Pittsburg,
mold: W. C. Langeman, Brooklyn, O., coffin
fastener; Philip Lorenze, Blmersburg, Pa., mow
ing machine; H. H. Lnth, Wapakoneta, U.,
churn: A, J. Moxham, Johnstown, Pa., Joint for
railway rails: J. H. Obergh, Tltosvllle, Pa.,
blackboard: Joseph Eled. Ull Otr, hydrocarbon
burner; William Richards, Maysburg, Pa., 6and
reel: Henry Boberts, Pittsburg, annealing wire;
Hiram Koblson, Garwood, Pa., trace carrier; F.
W. U. Seifert. Altoona. arc Udid: Thomas Stiel-
ton. McKeesport, apparatus for '-sealing pipe
Joints (two patents); 8. J. Shinier, Milton, Pa.,
wood working machine; Kobert Stalter, Xew
StratsTUle, O car wheel: William Swindell,
Allegheny, regenerative rurnace for boilers;
William Tarlor. Alleehenr. draw date: 1). B.
Wagner, Carey, O., washing machine; Leonard
assignor 10 tresungnouse xecincai
Mollle Jackson Pittsburg
( James Pe ttlt Pittsburg
I Bessie Jackson Pittsburg
(James Gordon,, .....................Braddock
JKosiO. Toole Braddock
JWUliam L. Lytle Pittsburg
Louisa Campbell Pittsburg
f WUUsm B. Taylor McKeesport
J Ada B. Weaver ... Allegheny
Eliza J. Nagle Pittsburg
(Thnmia T 1nnri1 PlttSbUrfi
i Josephine Valentine PHUburg
i Nicholas Brier..- Lower St. Clair township
I Maggie Bchaff. Lower St. Clair township
Harry R. Dickson Allegheny
I Viola Powers Allegheny
J William A. Austin..
I Harriet X. Gray
( lamarine u'er
NO POLITICS FOE THEM.
Seottdale Knlshts or Labor Will Not be
tbe Tools or Any Party.
lEPECIAL) TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH. 2
SCGTTDAM, October 31 The ExeenMrn
iBoard of Subdivision No. 4. comnoseil nf
nights of Labor coke workers and miners nf
the Connellsville region, have issued a circular
aenning their position on tbe political question.
The circular states that in order to forestall
anything which may be said, in the papers or
elsewhere, as to the political preferences of the
organization, the committee declares that they
have not nor will not, as Knights of Labor, by
act or word, indorse or oppose the candidates
ofany political party because of the party.
.Ti5SSHri1.os.e8.y hopmgtbat all political
parties will Imitate their example and assume
the responsibility of their own acts, and not
'attempt to use the Knights of Labor as a step
ladder bV WhiCh thffV TT15LV r.Hr.H fnH .... ..
?teJ.'whlch they will most likely kick it into
Company; automatic closing an Interrupted cir
cuits, w. wooa, Altoona, pa., aevice lor pull
ing crossneads from pistons; J. At. Wright, Mc
Kee's Bocks, Fa., bake oven.
Another Description of the Wonderful Mir.
nge Seen in Alaska.
Chicago, October 30. Mr. L. B. French, who
has recently returned from Alaska, saw the
wonderful and much written about mirage.
which has been named the 'Silent City." It is
occasionally visible in the summer season from
certain points in Glacier Bay. He describes it
as follows: "About S o'clock on the afternoon
of an early July day we suddenly perceived,
rising above the Glacier over in the direction
of Mount Fairweather what at first appeared
to be a thin, misty cloud. It soon became
clearer, and we distinctly saw a spectre city
moving toward us. We could plainly see
hcuses, well-defined streets and trees. Here
and there rose tall spires over huge buildlmrs
wbicb appeared to be ancient mosques or
cathedrals. It was a large city, one which
would contain at least 100,000 inhabitants. I
have seen Milwaukee miraged over Lake Mich,
igan, and this city appeared considerably
larger than that.
"It did not look like a modern city more like
an ancient European city. I noticed particu
larly tbe immense height of the spires. Of
course, we were much excited. The Indians
who -were with ns were overcome by their
superstitious fear and ran away. We both had
cameras, and separated in order to take it from
different points of view. By the time We
reached points of vantage It had grown fainter
and soon disappeared. I should say the specta
cle lasted about 25 minutes."
Col. Switzler Dangerously III.
Colombia, Ma, October 80. Colonel Will
iam F. Switzler, ex-Chief of the National
EATON DABR On Wednesday evening,
October SO, 18S9, by Rev. G V. WUson, Wnita
L. Eaton and Miss Maegabst Dakb.
KLEIN HALL October SO, 1889, at the resi
dence of the pastor. Rev. Pick. Ohio street,
Allegheny. Mr. WnxiAM Klein to Miss
Emma Haix, both of Allegheny City.
HALLOCK MCLEAN At the residence of
the bride's father, Hon. A. C. McLean, Free
hold, N. J., by Rev. X P. Brokaw, assisted by
Rev. F. R. Harbaugh, Dr. Wiixiam E. Hai
iock, of this city, and Miss Belle H. Mo-Lean.
COLVILLE At the residence of his parents,
No. 178 Pearl street, at 10:30 A. K., Wednesday,
October 30. 1SSJ, TJlhont Aldwin, son of
Elmer S, and Maud Colville, aged 5 years 4
Funeral services at 3 p. m. to-dat.
CHAMBERS On Wednesday, October 30,
1SS9, at 130 p. St., Jane Richardson, wife of
Jobn Chambers, in the 89th year of ber age.
Funeral from the residence of her nephew,
H. R. Long, Mt, Lebanon, Scott township, on
Friday, November L at ISO P. M. Friends of
the family aro respectfully Invited to attend.
DELL On Tuesday. October29, at 12:30 A. M.,
Jacob Dell, aged 61 years H months 21 days.
Funeral from his late residence in O'Hara
township, near Sharpsbnrg, on Thursday, Oc
tober SL at 8:30 A. M. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend. 2
FIX On Tuesday. October 29, 18S9, at 3:15
A. sl, William Fix, Sr., In the 6th year of
Funeral from his late residence. Butler plank
road, on Thursday at 2 p. m. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 ,
HERKON Tuesday morning, at his resi
dence, 163 Robinson street, Allegheny, Dr.
William M. Hebron, In the 67th year of bis
Funeral services Thursday afternoon at
2 o'clock. Interment private. 2
HUNZEKER On Wednesday morning, Oc-
This off ering consists of ex
cellent patterns in the best
quality of Moqttettes, and can
not last long, as soon as this
unusual opportunity for house'
keepers becomes generally
Come early for a good choice.
October and the last day of it
Look in the Gent's Furnishing
window and then step inside and
see the great bargain in
GENTS' SANITARY WOOL
$2 goods at $i 2$ each for Shirts
and. Drawers. The' Shirts have the
ribbed skirt and Drawers are fin
ished nicely and substantially.
Another bargain is GENTS'
SCOTCH MIXED SHIRTS and
DRAWERS at 50c each.
Also a large assortment of Gents'
Winter Underwear from 25c to $4.
per garment, '
Besides our regular line of Body
Brussels at 85c, we now offer a large
variety of handsome patterns and
colorings and best quality of Brom
ley, Lowell, Hartford and Bigelow
B0GGS & BUHL,
115,117,119,121 Federal st.,Allegheny.
P. S. The large variety of Ladies'
Misses', Boys' and Children's Win
ter Underwear, at special close
prices, makes these departments
quite important to close buyers.,
The genuine Jenness Miller Under
GIVEN AWAY THIS WEEK
To every purchaser in our Infants' Department.
Call and see what we can do for yon in our
CLOAK and MILLINERY
GAS FIRES WILL GO OUT.
- 4jiir"-Two Thousand of Tbem to be
A Abandoned nt Once.
- ISTECXAX. SZ.GBAlt TO Til DISPATCH.!
JR. ERIE, October 3a The Board of Trade held
' 3 meeting to-night, at which reports ot the
', conference held with the Pennsylvania fiaa
Company were read. A representative of the
.company. In commenting upon tbe advance in
prices nnd In speculating as to tbe f utnre de-
dared that tbe people would be paying 50 cents
-XJ7- After to-morrow 32.000 pas fires In khumi
; & he abandoned. The Board of Trade appointed
va committee of fire to proceed at once to ln-
-?vestigate tbe local gas resources, with a view
Jkaof developing tbem in opposition to the Penn-
THE BLOCKADE BROKEN.
The Coal Fleet Passes Bochester Wllhont
Any Serions Accident.
tEFZCTAT. TELEQKAM TO TBI DlSPATCn.I
Hochestee, October 3a This has been a
- ( busy day for the rivermen and a very trying
r .. t.one.owingtothcfalsepleratthePittsburgand
S" Lake Erie bridge. Tbe blockade of last night
'"was cleared up to-day. To-day at noon about
j J. ? .30 boats were moored here. The only accident
-' .occurring was on the J. 8. Heat One of the
jj hands was thrown overboard, but rescued.
-t About 100 boats havR ntH thmnipii Th
Bob Connell is tied nn to-nlrht anrt irill nil
for daylight. The loss thus far has been nnn
barge bv the Lud Keefer. two br thn Jntt. ni
ye oy the Plerrepont.
BOTH SIDES UNDER ARMS.
jyrbe LlniCelds nnd aicCors Likely to Open
' "apfc VFr t nny Time.
-l .-lisrrciAi. TZLxoRAir to thi disfatch.i
iW-BSEUiro, October 3a The only news
54rom;,the scene of tbe Brumfleld-McCoy-Haley
vendetta to-night Is to the effect that each side
ibis alarge armed force and hostilities may be
.begun at any time.
"WTbe scene of tbe difficulty is 30 miles from
'the nearest telegraph station, and all dispatches
purporting to give an account of a battle be
tween tbe factions are unreliable.
.TBoTeBUy of J Ureal Liquor KcIIIde.
.ft,CtAtItI.ORAt TO TUB DISPATCH. I
MASe5xoir,v October SO. Judge Lewis, at
Una7tMlayt imposed tbe lollowing sentences
MotaUoE e-f prohibitory liquor law in force
i)pfv;iA:e: jjicx vzoqzs a&a John
IS a complaint from which many suffer
and few are entirely free. Its cause
is indigestion and a sluggish liver, the
core for which is readily found in the
use of Aycr's Pills.
" I have found that for sick headache,
caused by a disordered condition of the
stomach, Ayer's Pills are the most re
liable remedy." Samuel C. Bradbura,
"After the Tise of Ayer's Pills for
many years, in my practice and family,
I am justified in saying that they are an
excellent cathartic and liver medicine
sustaining all the claims made for them."
"W. A. "Westfall, M. D., V. P. Austin
& K. W. Bailway Co., Burnet, Texas.
"Ayer's Pills are the best medicine
known to me for regulating the bowels,
and for all diseases caused by a dis
ordered stomach and liver. I suffered
for over three years from headache, in
digestion, and constipation. I had no
appetite and was weak and nervous
most of the time. By using three boxes
of Ayer's Pills, and at the same time
dieting myself, I was completely cured."
Philip Lockwood, Topeka, Kansas.
" I vies troubled for years with indi
gestion, constipation, and headache. A
few boxes of Ayer's Pills, used in small
daily doses, restored me to health.
They are prompt and effective." "W.H.
Strout, Meadvule, Pa.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers In Medicine.
BLOOKER'S DUJCH COCOA.
150 CUPS FOB SL
CHOICEST, PUBEST. BEST, TBY IT.
bthe PUREST, BEST and CUanat
Of all Druggists, but bewa.ro of .Imitations.
tober 3a 188?. at 1:45 o'clock. MRS. MABT
zeker, widow of tbe late Budolph Hunzeker,
aged 1 years, 10 months and i days. .
Tbe funeral will take place from the resi
dence!, of ber son-in-law, J. L, JJeeb, No. 211
North avenue, Allegheny, on Fbtdatt APTEK
KOOK, at 2 o'clock, and services will be held at
the chapel of the St Philomeua Cemetery,
Terrysville road, Allegheny, to which the
friends and relatives are respectfully invited.
. KING Wednesday morning, October 30, at
tbe residence of bis fatber, K. H. King. No. 61
Liberty street, Allegheny, Hays Ktao, aged
Services Friday atternoon at 2 o'clock.
Interment private. 2
KNOWLES On 'Wednesday, October 30, at
320 P. Jr.. at tbe residence of ber son-in-law
Daniel Wenker, 1921 Sarah street, Pittsburg, S.
S., Makoaret Kno wles, relict of the late id.
Xnowles, in her 65th year."
Funeral on Friday at 2 p.'k. Friends of
tbe family are respectfully Invited to attend.
KNOX At Omaha, Ueb, October SO, 1889, at
820 A. K..REBECCA PaGB, widow of tbe late
David S. Knox, of Brownsville, Pa., in her 77th
Notice of funeral hereafter.
LOOS On Tuesday, October 29, 1BS9, at 4-30
o'clock A. Jr., Cabl, William, son of Emit
and Mary Loos, aged 4 years 3 months 19 days.
Funeral services will be held at the parents'
residence, 81 Sixth avenue, Thursday, Octo
ber 31, at 2 p. ar. Interment private at a later
MEYER On Tuesday, October 29, 18S9, at 11
r. m Gustave Adolph, son of Amelia C.
and the late Jobn P. Meyer, at the age of 5
years 1 month 25 days.
Funeral from the family residence, 2115
Wright's alley, Southside, on THURSDAY, Oc
tober 31, at 2 p. it. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend.
KOSENSTEEL October SO, 1889. Matiw
A. Rosrnsteel, the wife of Daniel Bosen
steel, in the 57th year of her age
Funeral will take place at her late residence,
1110 Frederic street, Friday, November 1, a2
p. SL Friends of tbe family are respectfully
invited to attend. 2
KISSER On Tuesdav. October 29. 18S9. at
6:20 a.m.. William Risser, in the S7th year
of his age.
Funeral services at his late residence. Ill
Pearl street, Bloomfield, on Thursday after
koon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend.
SCRIVEN On Wednesday, October SO, 18S9,
at 5 o'clock iv il, Mary Bcmven, mother-in-law
of Patrick Flynn, aged 70 years.
Funeral from tbe residence of her son-in-law.
corner of Beed street and Center avenue, on
Friday afternoon, tbe 1st Inst, at 2 o'clock.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
SCHMITT On Tuesday, at 2 p. ir., October
29. 1ES9, George J. BcniiiTT, aged 61 years, 8
montbs and 11 days.
Funeral from bis late residence, No. 3 Beed
street, on Friday afternoon, at 2 o'clock.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 3
WILKINSON On Tuesday afternoon, Octo
ber 29, at 3 o'clock, Isaac Wilkinson, aged 71
Interment on Thursday at 1 p. M., from his
late residence at Woodville, Allegheny county,
Pa. Friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend.
Also a good assortment of
From HZ CTS. to ZZCTS.
33 FIFTH AVENUE.
JAMES ARCHIBALD BRO..
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES,
U7. 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below
Smithneld St., next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages for funerals, 3. Carriages for operas,
parties, 4a, at the lowest rates. All new car
riages. Telephone communication. myl-11-TTS
I)EPBESENTE1 LN PITTSBURG IN 1SCI
-ASSETS . !9JJ71,69833.
Insurance Co. of tforth America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. ia20-e2-D
WESTERN IN8VRANCE CO.
NO. Ill WOOD 8TBEET.
ALEXANDER NIMICK, President.
JOHN B. JACKSON, Vice President.
fe2Z-28-TTS WM.P. HEBBEBT. Secretary.
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillings from $1 up.
silver, 75c; white alloy, SL
Gold Crowns a specialty.
DB. J. M. McCLABEN,
. Oomer Smithneld and Fourth avenue.
Fairness and liberality are
akin to reliable Clothing. .It's
the only kind, however, that
fits in happily with them.
They meet the customer
He saves money by paying
it out for Clothing that serves
him well, and costs no more
than is just.
It is a fair enough objec
tion therefore, on your 'part
to decline paying a price that
affords a profit to the maker,
another to the wholesaler,
another to the storekeeper.
Why should you?
There's no reason except
carelessness about money.
And not knowing you are
We believe you are more
fairly dealt with by our way.
We make the Clothing. We
pay for good cloth and good
work. We pay enough to get
both. The intermediate
profits we cut off.
There's, then, only one
step between us and you. To
make the price low enough.
Do you know how low
down ours are?
Ladies' Silk Yeats, L. F.N. S., cream, sky
and pink, at 75c
Ladies' Silk Vests.Ii. N. N. S.f in cream,
sky andi pink. This is the best quality we
have ever shown at the price, $1, all sizes.
Ladies' Silk Vests, in better grade, in
cream and colors, $1 SO for size 2 and 3, and
$1 76 for i and 5.
Still better grade in colors for ?2,all sizes.
Ladies' Silk Vests, L. N. N. S.,in white,
$2 to $2 SO, and the very finest China Silk,
in whites and colors, 3 25 to $3 75 accord
ing to size.
Ladies' H. K. B. A. Silk Vests, in ecru,
2 for all sizes, same as sold last spring for
(2 50. Better quality in pure white at S3 50.
Ladies' H. N. L. S Silk Vests from (1 50
to $5, each in various qualities and weights.
Ladies' Silk Combination Suits, Jenness
Miller styles, fine quality, extra value at.
$7 50, suit almost as cheap as wool.
Ladies' Silk and Wool Vests, in low neck
and no sleeves, high neck ana ribbed arm,
and high neck and long sleeves.
Ladies' English Novia Silk Vest and
Drawers ip three, six and nine thread
weights, prices the lowest.
Silk Shirts for infants in low neck, H. N".
B. A. and high N. L. sleeves.
In onr Olove Department we are showing
a ladies' 4-bntton P. K. Kid Gloves. New
fresh goods, desirable shades. Spear point
embroidery, bnly ?1 55 per pair.
Also a ladies' 4-button Suede Kid, nar
row embroidery, browns, slates and tans.
An extra nice quality at $1 per pair.
Also a full line of Snede and Glace Kid
Gloves, in light, medium and dark shades
and in all qualities.
Fleishman & Co.,
ni il i
HORNE & WARD,
dl FIFTH A TE1TUE.
Or the Liquor Habit Positively Cored
by Administering Dr. Hsines''
tbe knowledge of the person utlng It: Is abso
lutely hsmleas, and will effect a twrmanent and
speedy cure, whether the patient Is a moderate
It can be given in a cup of coffee or tea without
rlnker or an alcoholln wrpr.tr Thnnunrt, .r
AsruuuruB nave oeen maae temperate men who
have taken Uolden Specific In their coffee without
their knowledge and to-day believe thev quit
drinking from their own free wlu. IT 1TOB
jdjlu.3. xuesyiiem once impregnates with tne
91 w. HaMmi IV
63 Z. Federal St.. Allegheny. Tirade supplied by
.ritubure. ra. aeZl-oS-TTS
Heo. A. Kelly J; Oa.. ftttubure. r.
"Walter j. Osbodbke. KichaedBakeows.
BABROWB A OSBOURNE
. , 90 Diamond street.
Telephone No. 812. au31-krrs
Seal Plush Jackets, 8 50 to $18.
Seal Plush Wraps, $iq to $25,
Seal Plush Sacques, 15 98 to 35. .
As we handle only the best qual
ities of London Dyed Seal Plushes,
we guarantee every garment we selL
Ladies' Cloth Newmarkets,?5 to 25.
Ladies' Cloth Jackets, 2 74 to lio.
Ladies' Cloth Wraps, $3 to $15.
Ladies' Stockinette Jackets, to $8.
Ladies' Peasant Cloaks, $9 98 to 15.
Every Cloth Newmarket, Wrap
or Jacket is tailor-made, the cloth
thoroughly sponged and will not
spot by rain or snow. We opened
this week some very fine imported
Newmarkets, which it is worth your
while to see, even if you do not
wish to purchase.
Children's Plush Coats, z 74 to 8.
Children's Newmarkets, jfi 49 to 2x2.
Children's Gretchen Coits, $1 75
, to- $14.
Misses Newmarkets, $2 to $16.
Misses' Cloth Jackets, $2 24 to $5.
Our assortment of Misses' and
Children's Cloaks is so great that
it would be utterly impossible to
describe each particular one or
even any particular style, suffice to
say,, we have everything that is
new, stylish, durable and at lower
prices than they can be bought for
elsewhere. ' '
Infants' Long and Short Cloaks,
$1 24 to JS8.
Ladies' Jerseys, 50c to $5.
Shawls (single and double), $1 25
Shoulder Shawls, 12c to $i 50.
If you want , Cloak, Wrap Jacket
or Shawl come and see what we
can do for you.
Sixth St and Penn Ave.
SNAP NO. 5
Will consist of a general reduction on the prices of tbe Guns, BlflesTetc., we have remain
ing on hand at present. JFlobertBifles,S2,I3,HE0; Doublefbarre'l Breech-loading Bhot
Guns, twist barrels, rebounding pistol grip, choke bore, top action, at 912, other stores seU
the same gun at S20; Loaded Shells, 82 per 100; 25Brass Shells, Wc; 250 Wads, 10c;
Loading Tools, S5c, 75c, 1123; Powder Flasks, 25c: Belts, 25c; Double Action JRevolrers,
tl 60 and up. Don't forget the name and number.
SI Svdirr, 934 Liberty St, Gor. Smithfiefd.
Send for our.complete catalogue: free of charge to any address.
Sixth street and Penn avenue.
A reasonable price is a
good reason for comingr to us
for tailbrrag to order; that,
with the best ' goods and
work , '
. ...i .Tfes-i.,o T 1 L'.. -.m1.',-.1. .Sat?
,W. L. Dooglst name and the Dnce are stamped on the bottom of a
Shoes advertised by him before; leavintr Ma fsrtnrv. thl. nmtuf. th.
wearers against high prices and inferior goods. Take none unless so stamped, nor be deceived
by others claimed to be as good, on which dealers make more profit, but send direct to factory
and receive by return mail what you want State kind, button, congress or lace; wide or narrow
toe, size and width usually worn, and Inclose price with order. Prompt delivery and satisfac
tion guaranteed. Address, W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mm.
W. L. DOUGLAS
Uv5 OnUt GENTLEMEN.
Our claims for this shoe over all other $3 shoes
It contains betisr material.
It is more stylish, baiter' fitting and durable.
Itgivss better genersl satisfaction.
It saves more money for the consumer.-
Its grest success is due to merit.
It cannot be duplicated by any other msnufao.
It is the best In the world, tnd hss a larger de
mand than any other $3 shoe advertised, -CR
finn w11' b Pa,i to any person who will
9iuuu prove tbe above statements to be untrue.
Tbe following line ot shoes will be found to be of
f be same high standard Of excellence. '
5 00 GENUINE HAND-SEWED SHOE.
$4,00 HAND-SEWED WELT SHOE.
S3 50 POLICE AND. FARMERS' SHOE;
$2 50 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE.
$2 25 WORKINQMAN'S SHOE.
$2 00 GOOD-WEAR SHOE.
2 00 end il 75 BOYS' SCHOOL 8H0ES.
All made in congress, Button and Lace.
Both Ladles' Shoes are made In sizes from 1 to 7. inclndlne- half sizes, and B.CRE aml'lra
STYLES OF LADIES' SHOES.
"The French Opers," "The Spanish Arch Opera," :'The American Common-Sense," "The
Medium Cjmmon.Sen'e." All made in Button in, the Latsst Styles. Alto, French Opera In
Front Lace, on S3 Shoe only.
SPECIAL -H ROUULAS 3 GRAIN SHOE (Iseed) for Gentlemen, with heavy tip, sole H
ri.ij wiMfuroDijii jut! gui. f ,w. u. uuuuui9. DrooKton, mass.
' , r, r 4, JPOB HALF, BY .
H. J. t O, IE Lancv Forty-fifth and Bntler sheets. J N. ProhrteK, 388 rifth'. avenue; D.i
108 Federal street, and & Q.'HolfaaBi 72 Rebeee street '; v nd4fm
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IsssssK ' f'5&L
W. L. DOUGLAS S3 AND S2 SHOES
And Men in All Conditions of Life
Are with you in your efforts to get the ieetgoods for the lease i
of money possible. Thet goods 'mentioned below, ttt prices namodji
cannot be equaled by any ether house in this HtyONZT' 9&A
JPAFEB. In fact thafs the Mndofl'Mazzle-dae"aemerheimA
have been giving you for some time past, but when it comes devnisj
solid facts, best goods and awdityfor the least money, we are with
you six day 8 in every week and don't you forget it. -?Sl
every cent of $14,
for $10. only.
i $5 to $8.
Suits, all latest
$8 to $30.
value at $15,
for $10 only.
73c, 98c and
Back Suits, Cut
away, Straight Cut
or Double Breasted,
$3 to $8.
$4 and $5.
Very atyttsh . $
worth $19, '"'
jtfrV? JEA" (.tW
Frinetr Albert '
oftts, iio .;
coats ana vests,'
$10 te $25.
$10 up. A
For -taxe Bors and rrhn'T
Friees which wiU.commend themselves te every Mother?
in Fittsburg and Allegheny.
$5 to $12t
Child's JKilt Suits,
plaited front and
back, with belt,
$2 GO to $S.
$1 GO te $6.
13 to 18 years,
$2 GO to $16.
$3. to $10.
2-piece Kilt Suits,
plain or fancy
$3 GOtto $8.
Child's every day
wear Kilt Suits,
$2 to $G.
8 to 18 years,
$4 to $8.
$5 to $15.
,4'te 12 years,,
$2 te $10.
3 iel ytimngi
HIarbs3 Caps, IT13 tti i nln i -n g
For Men, for Beys, for ChUdren.
$198 to $6 GO.
Caps, in velvet,
cloth and plush,
44o to $1 49.
98c to $2 49.
29c to 84c
' 89c up.
plush and velvet,
98c U $198. ,
Scotch Wool Seeks,
for 24c only.
44c te $124,
Soft Fur Hats,
49c to 98e. -
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PHENOMENAL BARGAINS JN FOOTWSI
JFor XadteSj Misses, Men, Beys emd Children.
' I II M-T 1.1 , I !.. II. II.. I - I ,, .1 jg
Men's Misses' . Menft J$$l
Fine Calf Elegant Fine . Jj
Dress Boots, School Shoes, Cotf 9h4im
$2 GO and" $3. $1 and $1 25. ? kfj
Boys' " ladies' Ladies' 'TiM
Good Working Fine Opera Glaeed Dang ojSn
Shoes, suppers', Button 9kes$m
85c and $110. 7 5c, $ land $125. $ 1 48.
Important Notice. This is positively the. last seeeh of our
away a large arid elegant Dinner Bucket with every purek
amount of $5 or upward in eur Men's or xeum's
Send us your name and address and we'll put yeu en i
and send you regularly every month one ofeurMuotraiod.
Zet your Boys and Girls call for one of eur Xeung
ingBeek. FuU parUeulars therein ef grand aoinpotlMtn $
GRAND BiRGAIF S "
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