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i -THE CAUSE.
.d Been Drinking Heavi.y..Be
fore fie Shot John Katcher.
Eeverend Father Corcoran, of Soho Church,
on the Stand.
C 'THE TEIAt Of OFFICES TBUBI SHAUL.
k Flowery Breach ef Promise Brief Before the Su
The Lee murder trial was continued yes
terday in the Criminal Court. All the evi-
. idence produced tended to show that Lee
-T had been drinking lor some tune prior to
J& shooting Katcher.
"When the Lee mnrder trial opened yes
terday morning "W. "W. Price, a contractor,
was placed on the stand. Five days before
the shooting Lee had told him of his money
t dealings with Katcher and said if the latter
did not pay he would do him up.
"William BosebniR, of the Bank of Pitts
burg, said Lee told Catcher he would make
him leave the town.
William Turner, an engineer, heard Lee say
to Katcher: 'Til fli yon; now, mind that"
This was a week before the shooting.
Thomas Hoselr, a patrol wagon policeman,
testified that on the day before the shouting
Lee came to the station. He said: "I shouldn't
be surprised It you needed this wagon for me
or some one else before long; it don't take a
hundred years to pet even with some people.
.Maybe the wagon will need me sometime." On
redirect examination the witness said Lee
talked in a firm, coherent manner.
After the noon recess Thomas M. Marshall
opened the case for the defense. He spoke of
the friendship between Katcher and Lee, say-
.-' lug the latter had mortgaged his house to help
AIL I&ID TO 'WHISKT.
He said that they would show that Lee had
been drinking heavily before the shooting, was
treated for excessive drinking after the shoot
ing and that whisky was responsible for the
lion Gorman, who lived at Lee s house, was
the first witness for the defense. She testified
that Mrs. L-ee went to Dayton August 13. Leo
commenced to drink as soon as she left. He
pnt alcohol in root beer and three spoonsful in
a glass of beer. Wednesday. Thursday and
Friday he was very drnnk. Friday afternoon
be Drought his horse into the house and
offered the animal beer. On cross-examination
she said he bad only drank once, a few
weeks before, and was not a drinking man. A
dozen bottles of beer lasted from Tuesday to
Alexander 'W.nrert, a painter, who lived at
Lee's bouse, testified to bis drinking almost
Patrick O'Brien, another painter, also had a
shop near Lee's. He had known him to be a
drinking man for a number of years. On the
morning of the shooting Lee came into witness'
shop. He talked in a silly manner: said be was
going to heaven, and was altogether foolish.
On another occasion Lee rode on horseback np
to the door of witness' shop aud would have
ridden in the doorway had not witness good
humoredly stopped him.
THE MESSENGEE OS- HASD.
John Gannon, a messenger boy, was recalled,
and said he had not heard anybody say "Oh,
don't" in Natcher's office. He was standing in
front of the office when the shots were fired.
Lawrence Sloan, a contractor, testified to
meeting Lee on the street a week before the
shooting. Lee was drunk at the time. The
witness was asked what he thought of Lee's
mental condition at the time, and the qnestion
was objected to. He said Lee mumbled in his
talk, his eyes were bloodshot and he had the
general apoearance of a drunken man.
H. H. Bengough. of the City Treasurer's of
fice, testified that on the moraine of the shoot
inc Lee went to see him in the office. While
witness was talking to some centlemen Lee in
terrupted them. He considered Lee's remark
foolish. Lee was drunk at the time, but not
George Slayer, one of Lee's employes, testi
fied to seeing Lee drinking the Tuesday before
the shooting, and again on Wednesday morn
ing some hours before the tragedy. Both
times he was drunk. On cross-examination
witness said Lee was "pretty full" nearly all the
A PEIESl'S lESTIMONT.
Father Thomas Corcoran, of St. Agnes'
Church, said be had known Lee for four years,
and in that time saw him drnnk very often.
The witness said on one Sunday evening last
June be saw Lee go into church. He did not
stagger, but from his general appearance the
witness thought he was drunk. The priest of
the church was delivering a sermon on nrayer,
when Lee interrupted him and said: "Doctor,
can a man be drunk and pray at the same
The pnest said Lee called upon bun on the
Monday before the shooting. He was drunk
and talked incoherently. He told the witness
of how Mr. Katcher owed him money, and that
certain notes bad gone to protest because
Katcher had failed to meet them. He was de
spondent because his credit had been affected
by it The witness advised him to pay the
notes and institute legal nroceedings to re
cover on them. Attliat time Lee showed very
strongly the effects of a protracted spree.
Dr. Chessrown, the jail physician, testified to
prescribing for Lee when he was placed In jail.
His condition was bad and showed the effects
ot along spree. His condition was brought on
by excessive drinking. To the question: "Are
not a man's perceptions at times most keen
when bis nervous system is affected?" the doc
tor answered "yes."
Thomas Marshall, Jr., called the attention of
Judge White to the action of Attorneys Porter
and Burleigh, alleging they "were smiling" at
the jurymen during the trial. Judge White
passed over the remark.
AGADiST U&O. DETECTIVES.
A Commission Will Take Testimony on M c
Judge White yesterday appointed Alex. C.
perron commissioner to take testimony in the
case of the forfeited recognizances given be
fore Alderman McKnlty by E. P. Hesser, J. P.
Young and Mark Wishart for their appearance
to answer the charge of acting as detectives
without a license. Tbey did not appear, and
the Alderman declared the bonds forfeited.
Suit was entered in the Common Fleas Court
to recover on the bonds, but a petition was filed
in the Quarter Sessions Court to have the for
feited bonds set aside. Hesser, Young and
Wishart were indicted on the charge and were
tried and acquitted. James Houston was the
bondsman in the cases for the sum of $500 in
each case. '
TO TREAT ALL ALIKE.
A 8tay f Execution Against Brown St
Emrry to be Heard.
Another execution to the amount of M.700
was Issued yesterday against Brown k Emery,
ithe contractors at Wilmerding, on a judgment
held by the Atlantic Dynamite Company. An
application was made yesterday to have the
executions stayed. It was stated that Mr.
Emery, of the firm, had confessed Judgments
to preferred creditors, but that Mr. Brown bad
previously made a voluntary assienment to
George V. Brown for the benefit of creditors.
This would leave all creditors on an equal foot
ing. A rule was issued, and the case will be
heard on November 2.
TEUBY SHAUL ON TRIAL.
The Snooting of Jimmy Britten Last Snm
Police Officer Trnby Shaul is on trial on the
charge of felonious shooting. Last summer
James Brittoa and a companion were amusing
themselves on Second avenue by frightening
passersby with a toy gun. Officer Shanl and
another officer went to arrest them,-nd they
resisted. The result was that Britton was shot
In the hip. The wound was not serious. Brltton
asserts that Shaul shot him as be was waiting
away from him. fcbaul claims that Bntton
had taken his mace from him, and he fired In
KEWLOX'JS WILL FILED.
HI Masonic Charms Are to be Distributed
to His Children.
The will of the late Alexander P. Kewlon, of
It unaraeiz, wno aroppca aeaa recently, was
filed yesterday for probate, Mr. Kewlon de
vises his real and personal estate to his widow,
Emma E. Kewlon. Among his four daughters
he distributed his Masonic charms and the In
surance on his life. His big Masonic jewel and
his Masonic books are left to Centennial
A.'Lodge .So. B4L F. A A. M. John H. Oliver and
2JWilham & Bell are appointed executors.
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f A SJllDOrcr TORDIS Vd,OTV.
1 il. H. Bonner yesterday entered suit for $5,000
damages against Samuel J. Little, Martin
tfCMieM ana James .u. Kisser, t&o con.
tractors who are erecting the addition on Fifth
avenue to the Kaufmann building. Bonner
was a laborer in their employ, and was injured
by a heavy shutter falling on him.
IN THE SUPREME COURT.
A Number of Minor Briefs Handed Down
From Other Courts.
An argument was heard In the case of
Joseph Langdon against Chartiers township,
appealed by the township on an error to Com
mon Fleas Ko.L The suit was for damages
for injuries caused by a fall on a bad board
walk. The township was held liable and ap
pealed. An argument was heard on the appeal of 8.
H. McKee from Common Pleas No. 1 The
suit was brought by M.E.Corad against Mc
An argument was heard in the case of the
Commonwealth acainst Joseph, and Samuel
McKaugher. an error to the Quarter Sessions
Court. The defendants had been indicted for
maintaining a nuisance in building their houses
across Federal lane, in Allegheny.
An argument was heard in the case ot W. H.
Miller against Hyman Browarsky, appealed by
Miller on an error to Common Fleas Ko. 2.
The snit was to recover for 21 barrels of whiBky
alleged to have been bought by Miller and
taken out of bond by Browarsky, who also
bought it from the original owner.
The appeal of James H. and M. McCllntock
from Common Fleas No. 1 was argued. The
suit was brought by Magnus Pflaum, adminis
trator of Emma King, to recover on a bond
given by J. H. McCllntock as security tor the
support of a child.
An argument was beard In the case ot Elin
beth Aiken against the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company, appealed by the railroad company
on an error to Common Pleas No. 1. The snit
was tor damages for the death of Mrs. Aiken's
husband, Samuel Aiken, who was struck and
killed by a train at the Penn avenue crossing
at Wilkinsburg. Mrs. Aiken received a ver
dict in the lower court for $3,600 damages.
A GAY DECEIVER.
The Supreme Court Hear a Flowery Brief
In a Breach ot Promise Case.
In the Supreme Court, yesterday, an argu
ment was heard in the breach of promise suit
of Mrs. Mary Schnbkagel against Joseph Dier
stein, appealed by Dierstein on an error to
Common Fleas Ko. 2. Dierstein was a widower
CS years of age, and Mrs. Schnbkagel was a
widow 64 years old. Thecourtshiplastedlodays.
Dierstein, it was alleged, asked Mis. Schnb
kagel to many him on July 15, 18S7, one month
alter his first wife had died. Shortly afterward
be married again, but it was another woman.
Mrs, Scjubkkgel received a verdict for 600
damages and Messrs. Wbitesell 4 Sons, his at
torneys, appealed the case. They denied the
promise and held that Dierstein, by reason of
Lis age, was unable to perform a contract of
marriage. Messrs. Robb 4 Fitzsimmons, Mrs.
Schnbkagel's attorneys,tn their brief to the Su
preme Court, say:
It appears by the facts In this case that Joseph
Dierstein. an old, worn-out man. 69 years of ate
without property of any kind. lame, weak and
broken down In the old age of life.1 as claimed by
the plaintiff In error, was yet In the heyday ofhls
manly mischief. 'A lth a heart beating high with
the hone of future wedded bliss, his former wife
scarcely cold in the grave, he wooed and won the
plaintiff. But his fancies were fickle. He scarce
had set foot within that holy ground and sealed
his plighted troth with a kiss, when bis eyes be
held the fair person and fortune of another:
whereupon he, gay deceiver, forsook his former
love for pastures new. With a heart lacerated by
the Inconstancy of her faithless lover, the plain
tiff instituted this suit to recover for his perfidy.
The damages recovered are certainly a small
recompense for her wounded affections.
To-Day'a Trial List.
Criminal Court Commonwealth vs Charles
Gunther, Frank Carroll (z), Margie Dunn,
William Dean, W. F. Hunter, Robert Clark.
Frani Kellner, Robert Buhner. Florence Don
aldson, Laura Bailey, Minnie Fleming; George
Dott, Chris Anderson, Andrew Schuetz, Louis
Hilke, John Lutz, Jsmes Florence, Henry
ScbiUing. L Parker, James Kalstein, Philip
Seibert, James Kellis, Kancy Brown.
Court Nnti to Crack.
. .AN order was made yesterday setting aside
the decree or adoption made in toe case oi
Carrie M. Harlan, on the ground that it had
been made without sufficient authority.
Judge Hawkins, of the Orphans' Court,
yesterday granted the petition of H. C. Bugh
man, trustee of the estate of James H. Hays,
for leave to purchase 90 acres of coal land in
Mrs. Maky Jones yesterday sued for a di
vorce from John Jones. The couple were mar
ried on September 4, lSSti. Mrs. Jones alleges
her husband deserted her on the same day and
has never contributed to her support since.
Tickling the Palate.
The only trouble with Hamburg figs Is that
they are so pleasant to the palate that children
are apt to eat them when not absolutely neces
sary, if they can get hold of them surrepti
tiously. They will Injure no one, but medicine
should not be taken unless needed. 25 cents.
Dose, one fig. Mack Drue Co., K.Y. ttsu
Is always a very busy day.at our store. "We
don't believe in crowding all the business of
the week into Saturday, we couldn't proper
ly wait on all our patrons. In accordance
with our usnal custom of making Thurs
days busy we name a stunner for to-day. "We
bare marked a fine lot of chinchilla and
kersey overcoats, guaranteed tailor-made
and all wool, in gray, brown and blue and
worth from ?24 to $28 at the bargain price
to-day of 512. Call and see, even if only
out of curiosity. P. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
An Easy Way or Saving Money.
The saving in an ordinary family of fire,
by using Walker's wax soap instead of any
ordinary soap, is iully 10 cents per week on
the actual cost of the soap, and probably five
times that amount on the wear and tear of
the clothes; estimating the total saving at
60 cents per cents per week, that would be
$31 12 per year, and in 25 years, with in
terest, wonld amount to $1,167. Ask your
grocer for "Walker's war soap. mwtup
EXCURSION TO BALTIMORE
Tin the B. fc O. R, R.
The B. & O. E. B. will sell excursion
tickets to Baltimore at rate of 58 for the
round trip, from Nov. 7 to 12 inclusive,
good to return until the 16tb, on account of
the Catholic Congress. Trains leave Pitts
burg at 8 A. M. and 9:20 P. M.
What Have Yon
To make a fuss about? was asked by one of
our customers. Our reply was, we will
open on Friday 2,000 wings, birds, and
fancy feathers, which usually sell for CO
and 75 cents each. Tbey will all be sold at
a uniform price of 35 cents. Of course
the profit is small, but this is the way we
stimulate business. The 27-cent ribbon sale
has started with a rush at The People's
Store. Campbelii & Dice.
Large assortment new and choice ma
terials in lace goods department for evening
dresses. Many exclusive styles aud new
things, and most desirable colorings. Prices
that will pay you to 6ee.
Seal skin garments. Best goods and lowest
prices at Enable & Shuster's, 35 firth are.
HEKDEICKS & Co., 68 Federal street,
Allegheny, is the best place in the two cities
to have your photographs taken. Bring the
children. Good cabinets 51 a doxeu. Pic
tures warranted not to fade.
Corkscrew jackets, cloth jackets, cloth
wraps. Lowest prices lor best goods at Ena
ble & Shuster's, 35 Fifth are.
Don't Take Any Others.
Ask your grocer for Marvin's XXX Gin
ger Snaps, XXX Soda Crackers, Boyal
Fruit Bifcuit, Little Gem.Farina Crackers.
They are the best. ttssu
Cabinet photos, 51 per doz. Lies' Pop
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st ttsu
The advantage given by Aufrecht'a Elite
Gallery club tickets offered until November
1. Only a few days left. C16 Market street.
Dolls Given Awar
This week to all purchasers in our infnnts'
department Fleishmak & Co.
Enable & Shusteb, 35 Fifth ave.
BE00KLIN SOLDIERS' MONUMENT.
General Sherman Lays the Corner Stone
and Makes a Speed;;
New Yobk", October 30. The corner
stone of the memorial arch dedicated to the
soldiers of Kings county, who sacrificed
their lives in the defense of the Union, was
laid with appropriate ceremonies at the
Prospect Park Place at Brooklyn this after
noon. "When built the arch will have cost
5250,000. The ceremonies to-day were in
keeping with the dignity of the occasion.
Two brigades of the National Guard assem
bled at 1:30 o'clock. Then there were the
War Veterans' Association and the Grand
Army of the Kepublie, in all numbering
about 10,000 men. The line of march led
past the Mayor's residence. General Sher
man, who was a guest of Mayor Chapin,
was complimented by a marching salute as
he reviewed, the troops.
The exercises at the plaza were begun at
3 o'clock by the Bev. Dr. "Wesley B. Davis
offering prayer. Then General Sherman
made a brief address and laid the corner
stone. The Kev. Dr. A. J. F. Beherings
delivered an oration, and the Bev. Dr.
Davis pronounced the benediction. General
B, A. Alger was expected to be present, but
was unexpectedly aetainea in .ueirun.
sent a letter of regret.
A 12,000,000 TRANSACTION.
The Vauderbllts Secure a ControlUnK In
terest In the Alton Road.
New Yoke. October 30. The Vander
bilis have added the Chicago and Alton
Railroad to the vast system which they now
control, the mileage of which is put at 27,
100. It is understood that about 512,000,000
was involved in the transaction, the report
putting the price paid per share at $140.
The Vanderbilts were not alone in the
purchase, although tbey contributed about
one-half of the purchase money, the re
mainder being supplied by their recently
acquired associates in the Union Pacific
Bailroad. J. Pierrepont Morgan is credited
with having "put the thing through."
A Chicago dispatch says: President
Blackstone, of the Chicago and Alton, said
efforts were recently made by the Big Four
syndicate to close a traffic agreement with
the Alton, but none of the plans proposed
were acceptable to President Blackstone,
and the matter has been dropped for the
present. There has been no offer to buy the
Too Late to Mend.
There is a point beyond which medication
cannot go. Before it is too late to mend, per
sons of a rheumatic tendency, inherited or
acquired, should use that benignant defense
against the further progress of the super
tenacious malady rheumatism. The name of
this proven rescuer is Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters, which, it should 'also be recollected,
cures dyspepsia, liver complaint, fever and
ague, debility and nervousness.
Is always a very busy day at our store. We
don't believe in crowding all the business of
the week into Satnrday, we couldn't proper
ly wait on all our patrons. In accordance
with our usual custom of making Thurs
days busy we name a stunner for to-day. We
have marked a fine lot of chinchilla and
kersey overcoats, guaranteed tailor-made
and all wool, in gray, brown and blue and
worth from 524 to 528 at the bargain price
to-day of 512. Call and see, even if only
out of curiosity. P. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
Some people cannot understand what
causes their hands and face to chap, when
they insist on using soaps made from poison
ous greases and compounds.
Use Walker's wax soap, which is perfect
ly pure, and will keep your hands soft If
you use it once you will never use any other.
Ask your grocer for Walker's wax soap and
insist on getting it. Mwrhp
We Have Plenty
Of good bargains in millinery; very stylish
trimmed hats for 52 50, 53 and 54. All the
latest styles of turbans, toques, wool,
French fur and beaver hats. Lowest prices
guaranteed at The People's Store.
rra, Campbell & Dick.
For any article securing a high place in
public esteem must be that that article pos
sesses merit Solely upon real merit Frauen
heim & Vilsack's Pittsburg beer has taken
the lead in this market No bad effects fol
low its use. Then, too,; it deserves recogni
tion because it is a product of home in
dustry. Aufrecht'a Gallery Was Jammed
Yesterday with happy people holding club
tickets. Many could not get sitting, conse
quently had their tickets exchanged for
checks, good any time, owing to the rush.
Bring the children, 516 Market st, Pitts
burg. The Staff of Llfc
In the general scramble for the good things
of this life don't forget that Marvin's
Queen's Jubilee Bread is the best and most
wholesome that can be found. All grocers
keep it ttssu
Fine dress goods, medium priced dress
goods. For low prices in dress goods go to
Enable & Shuster's, 35 Fifth ave.
Evening shades failles. Armure Boyales
and all the new weaves, 85c, 51, 51 25 and
up to 52 50, and choice noyelties to match,
all at money-saving prices.
Boggs & Buhl.
To the benefit of club tickets at Aufrecht's
Elite Gallery, 516 Market street, aud still
holding same, should call early and avoid
Dolls Given Away
This week to all purchasers in our infants'
department Fleishman & Co.
This week in cloak room.
Elf able & Shusteb, 35 Fifth ave.
Exchange Your CInb Tlcke't
For checks, good indefinitely, at Aufrecht's
Elite Gallery, 616 Market st, Pittsburg, if
you have any.
Cabinet photos, 51 T" dor- lies' Pop
ular Gallery. 10 and 12 .Sixth st ttsu
Enable & Shtjsieb, 35 Fifth ave.
Its superior excellence proven In millions of
homes for more than a quarter of a century.
ItiHUSedby the United BtateS Government
Indorsed by the heads of the great universities
as the Strongest, Purest and most Healthful
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder does not
contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Bold only
in cans. PR1U&BAKING POWDER CO.
UEWTORK. CHICAOO. ST. LOUIS.
NEWS IN BRIEF.
A.Staeball, attended by 3.000 cuests, was
given at the Boyal Palace In AthensTuesday
Kansas officers think they have discovered
the notorious Bender family in the vicinity of
General Orlando Smith has been appointed
manager of the Cincinnati, Washington and
Baltimore Railroad recently bought by the
Purchasing Committee represented by J5. K.
Eater reports confirm tho rumor of great
suffering In theDakotas. Mr. Marvin. Chair
man of the St. Paul Belief Committee, feels
convinced that 20,000 families are destitute and
Joseph Bridge, a prominent farmer of
Unity township, was struck bv the day express
at Latrobe, yesterday morning, and instantly
killed. He was about 65 years old and Uvea
three miles from Latrobe.
The Indiana Board of Agriculture has ad
vices from many of the northern and north
western counties, saying that cholera is epi
demic and that hundreds of hogs are dying
daily and the disease steadily increasing.
WillardN. Fos. the Manchester, N. H, hoy
now at San Diego, CaL, who was recently ar
rested on the charge of obtaining 5300,000 under
false pretenses, telegraphs that the indictmont
against him has been quashed, and that it was
a blackmailing scheme.
Dr. Schwelntnrth, the well-known African
traveler, has written to the JVatfonal Gazette
that letters from Emin Pasha, which have
reached Captain Wissmann, justify the expec
tation that Emin Pasha and Henry M. Stanley
will soon arrive at Mpwapwa.
The largest discovery of zlno ore, known as
dry bone, ever made in this vicinity is reported
on land owned by Morris Cavanaueb, on the
Platte river, tour miles from Potosi, Wis. The
vein is said to be 10 feet wide, 7 feet thick
and three-quarters of a mile long. The quality
is of the best .
The Mexican Bute Department has re
ceived a note from Mr. Blaine, stating that the
objectionable address of Mr. Misner on his re
ception as Minister of the United States at
Costa Rica was delivered without authority
from the United States Government and that
he strongly disapproves of it.
Advices from Brisbane state that the
natives of Southwest New Guinea have mas
sacred Rev. Mr. Savage, who was sent out by
the London Missionary Society, a number of
teachers, and the crew of the cutter Mary, be
longing to the society. The steamer Albatross,
belonging to the Queensland Government has
been dispatched to the scene of the murders.
The President made the following appoint
ments in the navy yesterday: W. A. Windsor
to be Chief Engineer, with the rank of Com.
mander: William B. Caperton to be a Lieuten
ant; Harry M. Hodges to be a Lieutenant:
James A. tang to be Paymaster, with rank of
Lieutenant; Charles A. Atwater and John L.
Holcombe to be Lieutenants, junior grade.
The Yale corporation has established a
Professorship of Biblical Literature In the aca
demical department. The foundation for the
Srof essorshfp Is 850,000; eiven by a few men who
esire their names to remain unknown. The
object of the new chair of instruction Is, as ex
pressed by the donors, to impart an intelligent
apprehension of the English Bible, with a view
to stimulating an earnest Christian faith and
developing a manly Christian life.
At Maryboroueh, Ireland, yesterday the
persons who were convicted of complicity in
the murder of Police Inspector Martin, at
Gweedore, in February last were arraigned for
sentence. William Coll, who was convicted of
manslanghter, was sentenced to ten years'
penal servitude. Two other of the prisoners
were sentenced to seven years penal servitude
each, one to five years' penal servitude, and
ten to terms ranging from two to six months'
confinement in jail.
It Is reported that the deal between the
Association Brewers of St Louis and the com
bination of Eastern and foreign capitalists,
commonly denominated "an English syndi
cate," has practically been concluded, and
there remains on! v the formal signing of papers
ot transfer to make the sale of all the brewing
properties controlled by the association an ac
complished fact The capitalization of the
association is 5,250,000. The association in
cludes every brewery In tho city, except the
Anhenser-Busch. Lemps and the Obert.
OPTICAL AND MATHEMATICAL GOODS.
bDecialty Correct fitting of lenses and
frames. All styles of Spectacles and Eye
Glasses. Experienced Opticians and our own
factory and workmen are our inducements.
6HSMITHFIELD STPITTSBURG, PA.
THE CREAT ENCLISH REMEDY.
For Billons and Nerrous Disorders.
"Wortti a Guinea a Box "-but sold
for 25 cents,
BY ALL DBCGGI8TS.
CU R ED of B RIGHT'S DISEASE.
Mr. James Clark has, for 18 months, suffered
untold misery from Bright's disease of the kid
neys. He had great pain and soreness in bis
kidneys and across the small of his back, and
more or less soreness all over his body. The
urine voided gave him great pain and con
tained much albumen and uric acid. He lost
all desire for food, and be could not sleep. He
fonnd his memory fast falling and he grow
weaker and more feeble until he was obliged to
give up all employment (Having read in the
papers testimonials from patients cured by the
physicians of the Polypatbic Institute of dis
eases similar to his, he beean treatment with
them. He says: "I take great pleasure In
stating to the people of Pittsburg that I have
been entirely cured of tbe above disease, and
in every way feel like a new man.
Mr. Clark is well known In Pittsburg and can
be seen every day at his old place of employ
ment the Lucy Furnace, where this statement
can be easily proven.
Remember the Polypatbic Medical Institute
is permanently located at Pittsburg. 420 Penn
avenue, for the treatment or all forms or kid
ney and urinary diseases. Office hours, 10 A. v.
to 4 p. it. and 6 to 8 P. n. Sundays, 1 to 4 P. K.
Ts a relief and sure cure for
the Urinary Organs. Gravel
and Chronic Catarrh of tbe
The Swiss Stomach Biiiers
are a snre cure for Dyspepsia,
Liver Comolaint and every
Tbase Mask species ot Indigestion.
Wild Cherry Tome, the most popular prepar
ation for cure of Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis and
Either of the above, fl per bottle, or K for $5.
If your druggist does not handle these goods
write to WM. F. ZOELLER. Sole Mf i
oc8-7LTTS Pittsburg, Pa.
Bold by all siove dealers. Manufactured by
GBAFP, HTJGTJS &CO.,
682 and At UBEBTY STREET.
Presents in the most elegant form
THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with Ithe medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
most beneficial to the human
system, forming an agreeable
and effective laxative to perma
nently cure Habitual Consti
pation, and the many ills de
pending on a weak or inactive
condition of the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
It is the most excellent remedy known to
CLEANSE WE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one is Bilious or Constipated
PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING 8LEEP,
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it
ASK YOUR DRUQGIST FOR
gY.IA'ET3E 03E1 35XG-S
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, . Y.
-rn -m-"-7- SCIENTIFIC
Hi. J? L-, OPTICIAN
Patentee and sole manufacturer of the Eureka
Eye Glass. No chain required. Eureka nose
blades fitted to other eye glasses.
Oculist's prescriptions a specialty. All kind
of lenses ground and spectacles made on the
premises. 908 PENN AVENUE, PITTS.
Seventeenth and Chestnut, Philadelphia.
Latest improved Spectacles and Eye-Glasses;
will fit any nose with ease and comfort. The
largest and best stock ot Optical Instruments
and Artificial Eyes.
KOBNBLTJM, Theoretical and
No. GO Fifth avenue, near Wood street
Telephone No. 16S6. selff-DSU
J. DIAMOND, rafey,
22 SIXTH STREET. The Eye examined free
of charge. Spectacles perfectly fitted.
ARTIFICIAL EXES inserted ana
warranted to suit.
f TS R )
HALF RATES TO WASHIHGTOH
On the occasion of the Catholic Congress to be held in
Baltimore, round trip tickets will be sold to Washington on
November 7 to 12, valid for return until November i6,Tat
the Baltimore rate.
All tickets sold from Pittsburg and stations west of
Harrisburg will read to Washington, with the privilege of
stop over in Baltimore within the face limit.
510, 512,514 MARKET ST. AND 27 FIFTH AVENUE.
A PAGE INSUFFICIENT !
Even were we filling an entire page with news fromonr great stores, only partial justice
would be done to the thousands of attractions we are presenting in desirable, seasonable
and fashionable merchandise.
One lot genuine Lister's Seal Plush Sacqnes, best satin lining, ?16 60, worth f23 CO.
140 extra fine Lister's Seal Plush SacqueS, $19 75, worth 30.
80 extra quality Walker Seal Plush Sacques, 825, worth fully $35.
25 Seal Plush Coats, Batin-lined, $8 25, worth $12.
50 Finer Plush Coats, $8 75, worth $13 50.
50 Still finer Plnsh Coats. $9 75, worth $15.
60 Extra Fine Seal Plush Coats, $11 45, worth $16 50.
High Novelties in Directoire Jackets, in Plush, Beaver, Stockinette and Cloths.
New Peasant Wraps. New Plush Wraps. Newmarkets in Bishop sleeves.
S00 styles of Misses' and Children's Wraps, Coats and Newmarkets from $2 to $18.
A grand line to select from. White Merino, 35, 45, 48, 75 cents. Fnll regu
lar Merino, $1 20, worth $2. Elegant Natural Wool. 68 cents .to $1 20. Scarlet
Wool, 74e to $1 25. French Eibbed Wool, 74c to $L French Bibbed Cotton,
Long Sleeves, 35 and 48c Silk Vests, extra quality, 74c.
Fine Cashmere Wool Ladles Hose, 22, 25, 33 and 37 cents. Tmported Cash
mere Hose, 38, 42, 48, 65 cents. Children's Cashmere Hose, 18, 22, 25, 30, 35 to 60
cents. Infants' Hose, sizes 4 to 6, 25 to 88 cents.
Everv well-known make; 112 styles to choose from. Our new C. P.. $1 50,
$1 75. B". & G., 75 cents and $1. Ferris Waists, Ball's, Warner's, Mad. War
ren's, -Thomson's Glove-Fitting, Mad. Foy's; 10 styles of Misses' Corsets and
Waists. Fine Satin Corsets, $1 50, $2 and $2 50.
TJMBBELLA BABGALNS 200 28-lnch Gloria Silk- OxidUed Silver
Mounted at $2,- 300 26-inch Gloria, Gold and Silver Mounted, $1 60.
Ail the newest things in MILLINEBY, Velvets, Plushes, Bibbons.'etc, etc.
Largest line of Kid Gloves in Glace and Suede. Lowest prices in the city.
510. SIS, Old. MAKKET SXICBaQ'Xrnd aVTBTCPTS'-ATBCGB
Overcoats to Order from $18.
NAS, Eta, etc.,
Special line rough black and blue Cheiiots
for the popular D. B. Sack Suit, made to your
order from 820.
Trousers to order frvn 5.
No one can begin to approaoh our prices for
these goods. We do not claim to hare as good
facilities as anybody; we "claim to have facili
ties away beyond anything anyone car; offer.
313 8MITHFIBLD STREET,
Samples and self measurement rules mailed
on application. oc28-XTh
JL O.'D. LEVI8. Bolicitor of Patent
311 Fifth avenue, above Bmithfield.nextLeader
office. (No delay.) Established 20 years.
BAMTMOBE AND OHIO BAILROAD
Behedule In effect May li 1S89. For Washing
ton. 1). C, llaltlmore, Philadelphia and New
York, '80 a. m.. and 8:20 p. m. For Cum
berland, '8:00 a. m., $1:00. "9:20 P. m. Tor Con
nellsvilfe, tSHO and SM a. ru.. tlrtic, :
and 9:M p. m. For Unlontown, tS:40, 8.00 a. m.,
11.-00 and 4:00 p. m. For Mount Pleasant, : and
tStf) a. m., and tlrtX) and 11:00 p. m. For
Washington, Pa , 6-. WHO a. m,, 3:35, :
and S SO p. m. For Wheeling. 6:S, 9:40 am..
3:35, 8:S0p. m. For Cincinnati and Bt. Louis.
8:45a.m., SdOp.m. ForColumhus. 6:45and:40
a. m 8.30 p. m. ForMewark. "S $9:40 a. m.,
3:33, 8:d0 p.m. For Chicago, 6:45, 49:40 a.m.,
3:35 and 8:30 p. m. Trains arrive from New
York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington,
B.to a. m. and 8:50 p. m. From Columbus, Cin
cinnati and Chicago, "7.45 a. m. and "9.00 p. m.
From Wheeling, 'JUS, 10.50 a. m . ttrtO, -9 00 p.
m. Through sleeping cars to Baltimore, Wash
ington and Cincinnati.
Wheeling accommodation, 8.30 a. m.. Sunday
ouly. Conneilsvllle accommodation at 58:35 a. m.
Dally. tDally except Sunday. SSunday onlr.
The Pittsburg Transfer Company wlU call for
and check baggage from hotels and residences
upon orders left at B. A O. Ticket Office, cornet
Firth avenue ana wooa street, juiiao. v.
BCULL. Gen. Pasi. Agt. J.T.ODKIiLTOen. Mgr.
PITI8BUBO AND CASTLE SHANNON B. B.
Summer Time Table. On and after May 1.
1889. until further notice, trains will run as follows
on every day, except Sunday. Eastern standard
time: Leaving Plttsbnrg-ao a. nu, 7:10 a. m.,
80 a.m.. S:3ta. m., 11:30 a. m , 1:40 p. m , 3:40 p.
m 8:10 p. m.. 6:50 p. m., 6.30 p. m.. 9:30 p.m.,
11:30 p. m. Arllugton-6:40 a. m., 6:30 a. m., 7:1
a. m., 8.00a. m., iojaa. m 1:00 p. m., 2:40p.m..
430 p. m., 6:10 p. m., S:50 p. m., 7:10 p. m., 10:34
p. m. Sunday trains, leaving Pittsburg 10 s.m.,
U.Sop. m., 2:30 p. in., 5:10 p. m., 7:10 p. m., 9:30
p. m Arlington SI 1J a. m., 12 ru.. 1:50 p. n, 20
p.m. 6:30 p. m., 8.00p.m.
" JOHN JAHN. Snpt.
ALLEGHENY VALLEY BAILHOAD
Trains leave Union StatloD (Eastern Standard
time): Klttannlng Ae., 6.55 a. m.: Niagara Ex.,
dally. 8:45 a. n, Hulton Ac, 10:10 a. m.: Valley
Camp Ac, 32:05 p. m.; Oil City and DuBols Ex-
5ress,2:O0 p.m. j Hultcn Ac., J.-oOp.m. : Klttannlng
c, 4:00p.m.; Brsebura Ex., 3:00p.rn.; XltUaa
lngAc5.30p.nl.; Braebum Ac, 6 :20p.m. l Hnl-
Ac. 730 p. m.; Buffalo Ex., dally.
Sinj p. s.'. Hulton Ac, 9:45 n.m. : Braeburn Ac,
11:30 p. m. Chureb trains Braeburn. 12:40 p. m.
and S-.35 p. ru. Pullman Sleeping Cars between
Pittsburg and Buffalo. JAS. P. ANDERSOH,
G.T. Agt.; DAVID MCUARQU. Geo. Bust.
::: WE SAY
THE EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS ADVERTISED BY
for this week will not alone be
others equally desirable will greet
store. Never m the history of merchandising could choice clouiafU
bought right in the midst of the season at such strikingly low igaMti:
we now name. You know the reason for this big sacrifice of jM:qi63
Ifs pressing need of room. Mechanics delays cause preaeat ladkjSf j
space for new goods ordered, in anticipation of increased facUifaiffiftl
certain loss to us of many thousand dollars. Sacrifices througlwitt
stores would not be necessary had the large new addition of owe hta
ing been finished at time promised
no good we n De as merry as we
will be again enlarged when new
00! PIMI M ffi
needing space, we make reductions. If you are in Want of a Ck
Jactet,Vrap or Newmarket, come
tell, us if yttoi ever saw such splendid
Just think, of our extremely
(Directoires, Peasants, eta) and then consider the. redaced prices
which we sr.il them. This, truly,
money. Here s an example:
A 7uot of First-class
But, have you a little daughter?
you want something stylish, good and
tunity. Here it is: f
400 Girls' Cloaks, in
from $3 up. Sizes from 2 to 14.
Do vou know that we have a complete Infants' and Childrea's
ment? You'll think so after you've
Walking Coats no end of them,
Better buy your Overcoat
large and we. are compelled fo vcast
DIBIT MB IS m
Single and double-breasted Meltons -are. theffashionaMe thif
and"Wehave.tliemaa.everJBiazinable colE-a4 sia
stand the wear of many winters,
For Bovs the Caoe Overcoat
here. We'll have several tnousana less, However Miore
.have passed. Our prices will furnish the motive power.
-..,-' . .
we naveno space to go mio
' fi-nwmcf tt a mc TnTTTDTflTOTrntfrir WMj.$
but the bargains are here just the
Fifth Avenue andl
DENKSXLVASIA KAH.HOAU-ON AlfB
IT after September H. ,1888. trains leave Batea
station, tlttobnrt a follows, JEutera Htaadwd
Xlmej MAW tutS EASTWASU.
Sew Tork an'a Chicago malted of lJnttautt Vs
titrate dailr at 7:14 s. Si. . .
Atlantic ixpren UUr T ,: .a.
dy, mall, 8ia.ra.
uv i xprea dally at S.-00 a. m.
Mall express dallr at ISO p. m.
raiadelpbla ezprea dally aMipis.
En tern expreas dally at 7:16 p. au
fait Use daUT at StlO p. m.
Greenibtirir erpreMSiw p. xs. wee oars.
Hem exprew fl . m. week dT.
AUtfiroarh wains eraneetrt JeraerCItTWMfc
bom of "Brooklyn Anaex" ftr Brooklyn. s.s
avoldlogdoobUferrlaKe and Journey througa-N.
iSlnt arrive M Union Station a Mlowf t
Mall Train, dally....... ..... s-gj; !
Western Express. dHy k.25". in!
raclflc Express, dally .......(...... j-J V' "
Chicago Limited Expreas, dally uSS'Sl
jrartiane. dally. uhb.bu
Tor Vnfontownj Si and Stss a. m. "J"
m.. wltoont ebaairs orjant itso LP-guStST
log at Greeniburg. Trains "!" from iwioa
town at : a. m lias. i5 and tU0P.n.
.... ? un.a.OTf'iv A ll.fflmatr'
Un.la. . ............a....'.l 9"WP.".
Butler Accem ..jJffll , &A T2& ";
SoKoiio -idiHSj S& 2:
Allegheny Jnnctlon Aecomiaodattea
Express, connecting from Butisr ..nasavm.
Mall Train...'. .; i tJS 5" ST
ButlerAeeom !l?,B ,V"M BEg" 2.
lilalnvllle Accommodation. "iSK'.'iVtSS ' 2
KorUi Anollo Aecom .Ssa. m. and . m.
Trains leave Union station. Plitsonrgv as SsBewSs
FcrMoaongaheU CUT.. WenBrownivsH anl
Unlontown. tt:a.m. jforMpnongahettOHyand
Wist Brownsville, 5-.05 and m: a.m.aa4 JP.m
Oa BunaayTlSl 5 m. JTor Monoagahel Ow. i
p. m week days.
WstlU.ia5etlt'lceoramodatton, ViS0a.su, StOS,
SJDandll:p. m. Sunday. :-pm.
Ticket otnees-Corner Jfonrtn avenue and Try
sweet andUnlon station. toi.m
cuas- fhr.'iyj?-, .7K.;;'rc2...
PANHAMUU. KOUTE- 4VVT SUMSS. UMIOH
station. Central Standard TUra. teavo for
Cincinnati and St. Louis. dTgO a.w, dS and
au. p. m. Dennlaon. . p. nv CtUf
B.-0S. dli. p. m. Whertlng, Jt fc tov Bits.
Jtiop.-in. Bteubenviile. Sa. m. .hTngton.
!.PMtta. m.,l:5M!4:tM!iBi. Uger.l.Bl
. H.S5"'3.I.,ff 4 8 "
. J-rtHn the West dt3. d.-n., SK, d
it.m. yeanfcoo. SJ-.s.m, SteahenTllle. Map. m.
WheeMBgT? 10, 8:45 a.m.. S.fj, 56 p.m. BfljyjMs
towaTrma.Sl,8a.m. Wastuwrtoa, W6.JJM.,
8.46. MtSSiC ml JdB, p, m. sfaBslsM. ttS,'
Bulgw, lip.m. MeDoBtMSi H-M HWiM
9.SS d a-. .1r rkAISAV aIam .
AND DO. :;
found as represented, fet haaclradrj
you on strolling through the gM4
in our contracts. But cryiag 4
can ana nope ior oener mcMrt
building is completed. At
and see the goods and pnecs
beautiful Imported Lob? G
is the chance, of Tchaaces fc.
Newmarkets' at $4..
One that needs p new cloak? Jmmm
cheap? We give yen. Ae
fresh and handsome stySB
seen our stock. Cate Httk 9
and the prices amaziagly ltf.
now, while fee stock is over!
profits to the. wd ward.
, writ" ''-
has special cfearsw. K BmMl
jA. - .t 4 - .,
As resows maa asoa aaauoa. rm
Saturday, ltd p. M OwtUsA M
jana, sus a. m.
a. oij tbi r
Wliiw.llaaBk fialtilra Sta .tt Eli4i
Beaver falla. 4SHL SttCp. Bu, Bearrl
a. ifl.1 ijwsBsjaa. nm a.u
ALL1WMU.T-.U Shatter. SsM a.
ISWS S9 -lf &
nuc, ...vi ar mm ...m ... -.. ..
p.m.;. Con way, WdSp.m.t TalrOaka,!
i.m.;-Conway, MdSp.B9.t nu unrna,
'i'KAmj&Mtl VE UntM aMsttsT freSB. '
xesiSdayli.-ds. d fts s. aa- i
iaML'dSMk dStSS a.aai
enJ KoadaTltSt, dSsaT
Kcrw ikttH. Sriei. .. J 4Lt.
and.1t aauMstowy- d f As p. aa. t Caswa
m j "- -"- - 4.1A n
a. is., at. tf'. m.5 s3T5
Ktlt ., as.r Maasflloa,
- rkL '
rails, 3 SSS n.aa.tl
as.i CHmr. StSSt .
Viu. ViSSi. m IHB .
1M m. m ft it. MS.
Uaks, SSrfSs. n.;Leetsal.
rails, s s.ia p. as.
S. Saadaa; oaJy:
msBuite mu tjaxx zwb :
CVssrAJHl omrvmrn as csssos
eago and St. Iouis, bbj-b -itm, -i
Tor Baffaw, sn a. m.. sua, -vwp. sow
aaanaa. IMS. ,b, i:wp. aa. s-r aa
aad Sew CastM, Stan sot. lt a
aa n. m. rr Smtct Valla. S
MiK a. .. ttSk. .. 4:1. S:lS ti
Chartiers. SrtS, Jt:S a au, , $:i
aruiye rroa wrwaMi-i, -w-m a.
Sisn. VM. H8 sv m- rreniiaawiu
and St. touts. 1 7tlS pTm. 1
shu. nu, -iw,k
ft.a L- .
KJB. 7tli . as. Irvmt
Castle. "So. 8 as a. m
Bew Castle, "SV tdH
:p. m. fnm. Jeavsr fatla. S:
a. ra.. !
a. IB., -iw, mssv asa--n
CAY. trakat tram Manaas
4iM p. n. Makfhae, and
m.,,i p saTft. a Y
UMV SjSS, ' 7, Jhm lyj
man atanaama, aw is.
wb ag swaasiBioat,
oat, 78 a. i
P. MoK. A V. .
S.a. au, nai
bu, ThSlp. m. For Was
su, atss,stw.au ash
r?Jflv ., 'SkB. as. J
I, tn a. m 1M, n
tor Watt 9
ton. Si IS.
Keesport, KWaasjth and Ms
w a. aa.f -i, :. a
Cttr, Itttsahsih a4 TGkt
IMly. ISsadavs Btr. 'sWHlnme
ltteoaBsiniay. I WB iwav -v hajaff
PllTSBUKe AND WastTMJI 1
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