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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1 4 3;?--"1889.
IEEE SAYED fflS NECK.
The Jury Ends Him Guilty of Mur-
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rDBHEWCOlIERHELD IN $3,000 BAIL
?Troly Bhanl Acquitted of the Charge of
fpHES. H'MASTEBS MUST PAT THE $19,000
A verdict of murder in the second degree
,iru rendered yesterday morning in the
'' case of William E. Lee tried for killing
. John T. Catcher, the contractor. Shortly
after the opening of court the jury filed in
and Clerk Long received their verdict It
was murder in the second degree. Lee
looked ranch relieved, and was congratulated
by his attorneys. The verdict was received
by those in the court room with mingled ex
pressions of approval and disapproval.
Many thought it was a clear first degree
case. Lee was remanded to jail for sentence
SHE MUST PAT.
Jndge Swing Decides That Mrs. McBIaiters
In Common Fleas Court No. 2 Judge Kwing;
yesterday, banded down au opinion upon the
exceptions to the master's report in the suit of
J. W. Johnston vs the Markie Paper Company,
Margaret Ann McMasters and others. The
suit was a creditor's bill to compel stockholders
of an insolvent corporation to pay an alleged
balance remaining unpaid on the stock sub
scription. The debts remaining unpaid amount
to over $11,000. Mrs. McMasters was a sub
scriber to the amount of $32,250 ot stock. The
master reckoned Mrs. McMasters share of the
property at $9,053. This sum added to the
amount of unpaid stock made Mrs. McMasters
indebted J19.U00 to the corporation. Mrs. Mc
Masters filed exceptions to the report on the
ground that certain of the managers promised
to take all of the unpaid stock tor which she
had subscribed. Judce Ewlnc dismissed the
exceptions, ruling that she had no legal way of
escaping from her liability.
THOSE DIVORCE CASES.
in connection with the murder of Thomas
Garritson at Hastings station, on the Pan
handle railroad, last Sunday. 'It was stated
that the doctor refused to attend Garritson,
when the latter was In a djlng condition,
thereby committing criminal neglect.
Brttton Filed a Sole for Damagea Against
The jury in the case of Poli6e Officer Trnby
Shawl, who was tried for felonious shooting, for
wounding James Bntton while the latter was
resisting arrest, filed into court yesterday morn
ing, after having been out all night The fore
man announced that they could not agree,
standing 11 to 1 against. Jndge Magee gave
them some advice, stating that the probabili
ties were that it was the Cone who was wrong
and not the 11. The jury retired again and in a
few minutes returned a verdict of acquittal.
Yesterday afternoon Britton filed a suit for
damages against Officer Shawl for the injuries
received by him, and a capias was issued for
JUDGE WHITE'S REBUKE.
PiltsbBrgb Keeplne Up Its Chicago and
. Illinois Reparation.
The testimony taken in the divorce case of
Mrs. Louisa Boeck against Max Boeckwas
filed yesterdav. The couple was married in
Philadelphia in 1S70. They removed to Pitts
burg and Boeck deserted his wife in 1SS3.
Mrs. Emma Kacle yesterday sued for a di
vorce from Wm. G. Kagle, alleging that he
beat and abused her.
Mrs. Margaret Eunkle sued for a divorce
ftom Stanislaus Eunkle, alleging desertion.
Is the divorce case of Mary si. Spielman
against Edward Spielman, R. C. Kankin was
appointed commissioner. W. X. Bruno was ap
pointed in the case of A. L. Houch against
Clara Hough, and H. B. H err on in the case of
Samuel Dougherty against Mary Dougherty.
He Sends Two Boys to Jail for Neglecting
to Support Their Mother.
Judge White yesterday committed John and
Stewart Morrow to jail for contempt of court.
At the suit of Agent O'Brien, of the Humane
Society, the Court had ordered the two men to
contribute S2 SO per week for the support of
their mother, Mrs. Jane Morrow. Recently
Agent O'Brien again filed a petition stating
that the sons had failed to comply with the
order and were fully $180 in arrears. The men
were unable to give a sufficient excuse for not
paying and were sent to jail until they comply
with the order of Court.
Si 69 November Lafct Month $1 00
For fine cabinets at $1 00 per dozen' at
Aufrecht's Elite Gallery, 516 Market street,
Pittsburg. Elevator. Fine crayons.
fel PURE I
He Wants His Money.
A bill inequity was filed yesterday by Henry
Berkman against William C. and George L
Drum and A. C. Weaver. Berkman and W. C.
Drum were sureties on the bond of Weaver,
who, with George L. Drum, had the contract
for making improvements on the water works
at Braddock. weaver and Drum failed, and
Berkman bad to pay 11,795, W. C. Drum refus
ing to pay anything. He states that be had an
agreement with the defendants that they were
to reimburse him for any loss .he might sus
tain. He claims that Weaver received large
sums for the work, and asks for a decree to
compel them to give an account of the money
received and to pay him for his loss.
Monday's Trial 1,1st.
Criminal Court Commonwealth vs W. C.
Williams. Charles Gunther, Robert Clark,
Franz Kellner, Florence Donaldson, Laura
Bailey. Minnie Fleming Christ Anderson, An
drew Scbuetz, Louis Hilke, John Lutz, Henry
Schilling. Nancy Brown, L. Parker. Philip
Seibert, Charles Brooks, William Woodruff et
al, James W. Taggert.
NEW JAIL MATRON.
The Prison Board Makes Arrangements for
Caring for Insane People.
The regular monthly meeting of the Prison
Board was held yesterday. Bills to the amount
of $435 were approved. A committee composed
of Judges White, Slagle and Magee, was ap
pointed to make arrangements with some hos
pital to care for insane patients at the jail,
pending their commitment to Dixmont. The
Quarterly Committee reported on the contro
versy between Warden Berlin and ex-Matron
Mrs. Railing, that both had been evidently
much incensed, and as Mrs. Railing had sub
mitted her resignation, they had determined to
close the matter. The report was received and
the appointment of Mrs. Florence Van Ostend
to the position of matron, was approved.
Held In Heavy Ball.
Dr. F. 8. Newcomer, of Bridgeville, was re
leased on 13,000 bail by Judge White yesterday,
J. P. Hanna furnishing the necessary bond.
Dr. Newcomer was held with Edward Abbott
What Lawyers Have Done. .
A charter was granted yesterday to the
National Relief Association, a beneficial
John Meters and Henry Albright entered
suits against the Birmingham and Brownsville
Turnpike Company yesterday to recover 15,000.
damages, it is auegeo. mat me aeienaants tore
up a culvert in the street in front of the plain
tiff's property. Thirty-first ward, and that the
overflow of water damaged their property con
siderably. Register Conner yesterday received a
letter from Ruth J. Trimble, of Hackney. O.
The writer inquired for information regarding
an aged man named John Trimble, of this
county, and his sister Nancy. The latter was
the writer's aunt, but was twice married and
she did not know her name. She had (beard
that her Aunt Nancy was dead and had left an
estate, and as she would De one of the heirs,
wished to know about it. The register's office
was in possession of no information regarding
the matter. V
Horsford's Acid Phosphate.
Beware of imitations.
Its superior excellence proven in millions of
homes for more than a quarter of a century.
It is used by the United States 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. Sold only
in cans. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.
UKW YOKE. CHICAGO. ST. LOOTS.
Latest improved Spectacles and Eye-Glasses;
will fit any nose with ease and comfort. The
largest and best stock of Optical Instruments
and Artificial Byes.
KORNBLTTM, Theoretical and
No. 60 Fifth avenue, near Wood street.
Telephone No. 1686. selS-rjsu
O. D. LEVIS, Solicitor of Patents,
311 Fifth avenue, above Smithfleld, nextLeader
office. (No delay.) Established 20 years.
The Chewers of OLD HONESTY
TOBACCO will soon find that It
lasts longer, tastes sweeter than
other tobaccos, and will please yon.
' Ask your dealer for it and insist
on getting it
Genuine has a red H tin tag on
J. DIAMOND, S3?fev,
22 SIXTH STREET. The Eye examined free
of charge. Spectacles perfectly fitted,
ARTIFICIAL EYES inserted and
warranted to suit.
Specially for soda and other square
crackers, at French, Kendrick & Co.'s, 616
Smithfield street, opposite City Hall.
Al.1 the best makes kid gloves at closing
out prices. F. Schoekxhai,,
612 Penn avenue.
CABINET photos, 51 per doz. Lies' Pop
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st. TTSu
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J' Mi aaW
I m HHiiMP' suww-aax
For Bilious and Nervous Disorders, such aa Wind and Pain In the Stomach, Sick
Headache, Giddiness, Fatness, and Swelling after Meals, Dizziness and Drowsiness,
Cold Chills, Flashings of Heat, Loss of Appetite, Shortness of Breath, Costiveness,
Scurvy, Blotches on the Skin, Disturbed Sleep, Frightful Dreams, and aUNorvons
and Trembling Sensations, &c. THE FIRST DOSE WILL GIVE RELIEF IN TWENTY
MINUTES. This is no fiction. Every sufferer is earnestly Invited to try one Box oi tnese nus,
and they will be acknowledged to be a Wonderful Medicine. "Worth a guinea abox."
BEECHAM'S PILLS, taken as directed, will quickly restore females to complete health. For a
WEAK STOMACH; IMPAIRED DIGESTION; DISORDERED LIVER;
they ACT LIKE MAGIC : a few dose will work wonders upon the Vital Organs, Strength
ening the muscular System; restoring long-lost Complexion; bringing back thekeen edge of
appetite, and arousing with the ROSEBUD OF HEALTH the whole physical energy of the
human frame. These are " facta " admitted by thousands, in all classes of society, and one of the
best guarantees to the Nervous and Debilitated is that BXICHAU'S FILLS EATS TEE LABQISI SALS
CT AU7 PATEL'T UESICOtX IS THE WOSLS. Full directions with each Box.
Prepared only by THOS. BEECHAM, St. Helena, Lancashire; England,
Sold by Druggists generally. B. F. ALLEN & CO., 365 and 367 Canal St., New York.,
Bole Agents for the United States, who inquire first), if your druggist does not keep them,
WILL MAIL BEECHAM'S PILLS ON RECEIPT OF PRICE, 25 CENTS A BOX.
English Walnuts . 16c &
Brazil (Cream) Nuts lOolb
Pecans 120 ft
Almonds 25c ft
Mixed Nuts ; 15o ft
Nuts in Cartoons, with nut-cracker
and pick .... 25oeach
Miietl Candies ani Confections.
Extra Cream Mixed ...........'...30c ft
Fancy Cream Mixed 20c ft
Good Mixed l&cfi
Chocolate Creams 25c ft
Chocolate Nut Pralines 40e ft
Fancy Layer Figs, new 22c ft
Malaga Grapes 20c ft
Table Raisins Z0c ft
FANCY CRACKERS AND BISCUITS
(Eastern manufacture); largest line of any
house in the city.
Japanese Candy Baskets, 6c, 10c and 16c each.
JAPANESE WARE DEPARTMENT.
GRAND HOLIDAY DISPLAY.
I tJ-llIUAUlUU M UVill
Select Family Grocers,
18 DIAMOND, Market Square,
PITTSBURG. PA." ocZSau
SEAL ; KILLING
Buckle Derby a Decided Success.
Success the Criterion of Merit,
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1190,52 20,53 40,
$2 90, $3 40. HAT.
From the rast number of BuckleDerbys sold
by us the last few weeks, one would judge that
the young men of Pittsburg had been anxiously
waiting for something new in the way of a
Derby, and if not that, at least some new fea
ture to distinguish it from the staid and con
ventional appearance of the past few seasons.
It is conceded by all, eren those who object
to the buckle feature, that the Derby in Itself
possesses decided merits in the way of shapeli
ness and grace of outline, which, with the novel
trimmings, makes it unquestionably the hand,
somest, dressiest and most stylish hat out this
The Hatter and Furnisher,
421 and 423 Smithfield St.
P. R Mail orders promptly filled.
I AniPQ '"'snine to purchase Genuine
LMUIUO Alaska Seal Garments can get
them at Bennett's.
We are direct importers of Sealskins.
We know good Sealskins.
We cannot be deceived in bad Sealskins.
We are manufacturers of Seal Garments.
We are the only manufacturers oi Seal Gar
ments in Pittsburg.
We can give you a perfect fit. If you wish
your old Seal Garments made over or changed
into any other shape.no difference how diffi
cult it should be, we can do it. Our work will
always be the best, our fits perfect and our
prices the lowest.
J. G. BENNETT & CO.,
Hatters and Furriers,
COR. WOOD ST. AND FIFTH AVE
nruiar sa .ninth ht.
Office hours for inserting eyes, 1 to ST. a.
Saturdays, 1 to 6 p. m. seffi-eu
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A RED-LETTER SAll
'FU R N ITU R
THE ABOVE AMOUNT OF FURNITURE
BE DISPOSED OF
r 5C3 W V
GUN WA is a Chinese Physician.
Owing to existing laws he cannot practice
medicine in America. So he has prepared a
line of Chinese herb and vegetable specifics,
which, instead of simply relieving symptoms,
strike at the VERY ROOT OF DISEASE, and
perform cures that are nothing less than mar
velous. A friendly talk and CONSULTATION
with Gun Wa COSTS NOTHING. He charges
but a small sum for his remedies, which, though
gentle and harmless to take, are certain and
unerring in their effects. They SPEEDILY
CURE all blood, nervous and chronic diseases.
Young, middle-aged or old men, suffering,
quickly restored to PERFECT PHYSICAL
AFFLICTED. If you cannot call, write him,
in perfect confidence. Send for history of bis
life, and his circular on. Cancer Tumors, Tape
Worm, Rheumatism. Catarrh. Female Weak
ness, or Piles. Inclose 4c stamps for reply.
Office hours, 9 A. M. tol3 x.;Ito5and7to9
040 Penn Ave., Alttstmrgr, Pa.
ON ACCOUNT OF QUITTING BUSINESS;
THE STOCK EMBfcACE!
BEDROOM SUITS in Walnut, Oak and Ghenp
PARLOR SUITS of the latest designs.
SIDEBOARDS, BOOKCASES, L0OT&ES; Mc
fact all Furniture necessary to fix a complete'
Remember the place and number;
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MICHIGAN FURNITURE CO
437 Smithfield Street
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THINGS EVERYBODY KNOWS!
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EVERYBODY KNOWS that Kaufmanns' stock of Men's Sack
Suits is by far the largest in the city. It embraces over 1,500 dif
ferent styles of Cassimeres, Scotch Cheviots, Worsteds, Corkscrews,
Diagonals, eta Prices, $6, $7, $8, $g and $10 for good; $12, S13,
14, 15 and 16 for better; $18, 20, $22 and $25 for best qualities.
EVERYBODY KNOWS that Kaufmanns' keep the handsomest
assortment of Men's three and four-button Cutaway Frock Suits
and sell them at matchlessly low figures (7 to 30).
EVERYBODY KNOWS that Kaufmanns' Prince Albert Suits
are equal to the finest custom work and range 40 per cent less than
the tailors' prices.
EVERYBODY KNOWS that Kaufmanns' showing of Over
coats exceeds in variety, excels in beauty and beats in prices that
of any other house in this "neck of the woods" at least Magnifi
cent Fall Overcoats, including English Box styles, from $7 . 50 to
$27. Heavy Winter Overcoats in Chinchillas, Meltons, Kerseys,
Beavers, Elysians, Montagnacs, etc., from $6 to S30.
EVERYBODY KNOWS that Kaufmanns' make a specialty of
Men's Cape and Storm Overcoats. These garments will be worn
quite extensively this season by the fashionable element. Acom-
plete variety, also, of Men's Reefers or Pea Jackets and Vests.
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EVERYBODY KNOWS that Kaufmanns are self-made men
in the truest sense "of .the word. They commenced at the bottom- of
the ladder and by dint of industry, perseverance, energy and integ
rity have reached the pinnacle of success.
EVERYBODY KNOWS that Kaufmanns' Merchant Tailoring
department is patronized by the best dressers of Pittsburg. $28 to ,
50 for Suits to order; $6 to $15 for Pants to order. A perfect fif
EVERYBODY KNOWS that Kaufmanns'- exhibit a larger
variety of Children's Kilt Suits, sizes 2 to 6, than all others in both
cities combined. This a broad but truthful statement.
EVERYBODY KNOWS that Kaufmanns' have no competition
in Boys' Short-Pant Suits. Prices range by degrees of 25c from
$1 50 to 10, and about a hundred styles are shown at each price.
The same state of affairs exists about Long-Pant Suits.
EVERYBODY KNOWS that Kaufmanns' carry, the banner
stock of Boys' Overcoats. The cute Lord Chuniley Overcoats for
the small fellows, and the stylish English Sacks for the bigger ones.
As for Prices, they will please you, rest assured. ..
EVERYBODY KNOWS that Kaufmanns' constantly increas
ing trade has again compelled them to considerably enlarge their
store, and that, when their new addition will be ready (December i)
they will have the largest store between Philadelphia and Chicago.
EVERYBODY KNOWS that Kaufmaaas' Cloak 'departmeafl
is the most popular place in the city, and contains a complete
variety of all kinds of Ladies', Misse3 and Children's, garments.
EVERYBODY KNQ.WS that Kaufmanns' are the oaly Cloak.-
amImwk . A?ttia.. n!tw n.1, mVit T.& T?rftnan Tnarlrmttf n nW... .A
uciuua 1U auiw ibjr nuu I"" "V " .wv... iii.. va u.. Ji( JUU jtUU fil
show the choicest products of Berlin, Vienna, Paris" aad Lbadoa
manufacturers. - I &
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KVF.RVBOnV KNOWS that Tailor-made Cloaks. Taefcet. tr- ',
are tne Dest maae ana Desc nrang ana mac x.aqimaans- are me OBly-fJil
dealers in town who show them.
EVERYBODY KNOWS that Kaufmanns' Plash garments'
(Sacques, Jackets. Wraps and Newmarkets) are made exclusively -
from the celebrated Lester and Walker English SearjPJttbjHtite
. best in the world.
EVERYBODY KNOWS that Kaufmannsr 'stock of Footwear.
embraces all the staple and fashionable styles for Men, W.omen and'X
Children, and that their jrices are considered rock-bottom by-itke
most economical purchasers. y
EVERYBODY KNOW'S that Kaufmanns' keep all, difereajj
lengths and widths of every kind of a Shoe they handle- aadsrthatij
they never "talk a customer into" a wrong size in order" to e'ffecTa tfJ
EVERYBODY KNOWS that Kaufmanns' advertisements are
not only original but truthful, and that in this respect they stand
alone among the Pittsburg Clothiers.
EVERYBODY KNOWS that Kaufmanns' do business on. a"
strictly Cash basis and don't make one customer pay for the bad .
debt of another.
EVERYBODY KNOWS that Kaufmanns give a written guar
antee (if desired) with every purchase, warranting the goods as
represented and their price the lowest in the city.
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iiiIVIi)Ul J.U.1WHVJ uut. iUUUUUUU w "luyJB,ila StU ftl
Caps .and sell them at lower prices than any house ia the citf.' fj
They have the celebrated Youman, JJunlap, -Knox and Miller shapes
at one-third less than exclusive hatters' prices. - ""'
EVERYBODY KNOWS that Kaufmanns' keep a xaost -bewiK
dering variety of Boys' and Children's Hats and Caps in Cloth, ' y"
Fur, Felt, Plush, Silk, Velvet, corduroy, etc., at surpnsiagly low
figures. ' , s-
EVERYBODY KNOWS that Kaufmanns' Furnishing Goods
department is replete with everything thafs fine and fashionable ia
Shirts. Neckwear, Collars, Lufis, Underwear, Hosiery, Handker
chiefs, Mufflers, Gloves, Jewelry, eta, etc., and that a"o dealer caa
touch their prices.
EVERYBODY KNOWS that Kaufmanns' are headquarters for
Trunks, ..Satchels, Valises, Carriage Robes, Blankets,. etc. '
GRAND -DEPOT, '
FIFTH AVE. and SMITHFIELD ST.
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