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Findlay Follows Pittsburg's Example
in Kegard to Window Glass,
INCREASING JUTES 15 PER CEKT.
Johnstown Again Complains About the Dis
tribution of Relief Funds.
KEWSI ITEMS FKOM XEAEBI IOWSS
tETECUL TXLECEAJt TO TUB DISPATCH.1
Fctdlay, November 4. The window
glass manufacturers of this city held a meet
ing this morning and advanced the price of
window glass 15 per cent over present rate3,
in order to conform with the recent
advance made by the Pittsburg houses.
There will be a meeting in this
city on Tuesday, November 12, of all the
window glass manufacturers of Ohio and
Indiana for the purpose of forming an in
dependent association of the houses in these
States for mutual profit and protection, the
intention being hereafter to operate on plans
of their own, regardless of the Eastern and
TflE JOBKsTOWK DEAD.
Several Bodies DUInlerred and Identified
Dlseatisfeetlon About the Fond.
Johnstows, November 1 Quite a cumber
ot the bodies of the unidentified dead.now being
transferred from Prospect to Grand View, are
being recognized and claimed by friends, and
many aQecting scenes are witnessed at the
cemeteries. To-day the body of Miss Grace
Gorman, one of the Western Union telegraph
operators, was identified and taken to her late
home at Berlin, Pa., for burial. The body of
Miss Jennie Paulson was f nlly identified by her
brother and will be taken to Pittsburg for
burial. The remains of the 'late Prof. & F.
Pink, of the Johnstown Tribune, were also
identified. Ibe body ot a boy was found to
day mtbe Cambria Iron Company's yard, but
A largely attended meeting of tboso who are
dissatisfied with the distribution of the relief
fund was held here this afternoon. A petition
reciting, among other things, thatthree-fourtus
of the relief money will, under the present
awards, be given to those who already Have a
competence, while the needy receive bat little,
was numerously signed andplacedin the hands
of a committee to be presented to the Flood
A report reaches hero to-night that at a depth
ot 2,300 feet, gas was struck at an experimental
well, which is being drilled in Carrollton, in
Cambria county, about 80 miles north ol here.
200 NEW COKE OVENS.
Evidences of Prosperity In the West Vir
ginia Kilning Region.
ISPECLft. TX3.EGBAM TO THE DI8TATCH.1
Pelkyvtlle, W. Va., November 1 The ut
most activity prevails in the mining region
throughout this and Mercer counties, and more
men are employed than ever before. The total
production of coal in this basin is about 100,000
tons per month, of which amount the Turkey
Gap mines get out about 23,000 tons, the re
mainder being scattered. About 1,000 coke
ovens are in operation, and 200 more are build
ing, 100 being erected by the Powhatan Com
pany. These latter will be fired in about a
One hundred and fifty miners' cottages have
been built in this count during the past 0
days, and they are all tenanted by families.
About 20 miles of railroad branches have been
put down dnring the j car, and the whole region
is in a prosperous condition.
HC8 SENT TO JAIL.
Three of the Assailants of Ibe McKeesport
rSFECUI. TELEGKUC TO THE DISPATCn.1
McKEESroET, November 4 The four
Hungarians, who came within an
ace of murdering two policemen Saturday
night, were sent to jail to-day. The
bail was fixed in each case at
$1,000. but no bail was accepted by
'Squire Berry, as the condition or Officer
James MrQnade, who was so badly slashed
up, is such that it cannot be determined as
yet whether he will pull through. Tbe parties
sent ud are Steve Sandro, latere Kovonsgh
and George KapastkL
James Blusem, another of the gang, was
captured this evening, and will be sent to jail
HIS INJURIES PROVE FATAL.
Death oT the Yonneslown Man Who Wu
Beaten by His Son-In-Law.
tSPECIAI. TXLZGBAM TO THE DISPJLTCH.1
YotJKGSTOWir, November 1 John C. Mc
Creery, the old man who was caught in a com
promising position with Mrs. Edmonds, his
daughter and so terribly beaten by her hns.
b-ind, C orles Edmond, diea at S o'clock this
evening at tbe Hospital.
Edmonds, his assailant, gave himself up im
mediately upon bearing of McCreerj's death.
He has employed counsel, and is confident of
his ultimate acquittal.
BRICKS WITHOUT STRAW.
A BIcKecsport rii-m Proposes to Make
Them Ont of Stone.
ISrECTAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.!
McKeesfoet. November 4. Robert Logan
t Son will build a S10000 machine bnck plant
on Pearl street McKeesport, to manufacture
brick from stone, which will be ground up and
molded into brick.
The plant will be operated with gas. and will
employ 25 men and have an output of 15,000
brick per day.
A Fall From n Moving Train.
rSF ECI AL, TELEGKAM TO THE PIS ATCH. 1
Rankin, November 4, William Nanlder,
25 years or age, jumped a freight train here to
night to ride to Bessemer He fell off on the
bridge and had his right leg taken off and his
head split open. He is in a dangerous con
dition. Roller's Successor Elected.
rsractAL telegram to the Disr-ATciM
ToukgStown, November i. Arthur J.
Thomas, a prominent Republican and member
of the City Council, was to-night elected City
Clerk to succeed John 8. Roller, the defaulting
clerk, who resigned.
His Child Accidentally Shot.
rEFECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE OISFATCH.1
Weston, W. Va.. November 4. While Fil
ipore Wilson was cleaning his gun to-day tbe
weapon discharged accidentally and his 3-year-old
daughter received the contents, causing her
Tickets and Express Matter Stolen.
.SPECIAL TXLEOEAM TO TOE DISPATCH.!
Tiffin, November 4. Burglars stole an en
tire case of tickets and two valuable express
packages from the Toledo and Ohio Central
depot, at New Beigel, to-night. There is no
Kews Notes From earb v Towns.
The Miller Forge, at Rankin station, yester
day morning returned to the use of coal, be
cause the Philadelphia Gas Company, from
whom they received their supply, wanted to In
crease their rates.
CoeonebBootii, of Yonngstown, who is in-
vestigating tne ocatn or Anthony Matee, kilted
by a train, ascertained to-day that last week
deceased had S1S0, and on Saturdav received
$15. Only SI was found in bis clothing and it
is believed he was sandbagged, robbed and
thrown on the track, where the wheels finished
him. Portions ot the remains were f onnd on
the track for two miles.
Two freight trains on the Pittsburg and
Lake Erie Railway collided at Brighton station
yesterday morning, the two engines were con
siderably damaged and several cars were
smashed. Alex. Morrison, County Treasurer
was watching a locomotive pulling one or the
disabled engines on to the track, when tho
cable parted and one end or it struck him and
broke one of his legs.
Thompson Is All Right.
Mr. O. D. Thompson states that he was
the attorney of Mrs. Lida Curry, and he
charged her 550 for his services, which she
paid. His interest In the case was legiti
mate, and he merely assisted the lady as a
lawyer to get her out of trouble.
Y. M. C A. Offlecrs Ite-Elrcted.
The trustees of the Young Men's Christian
Association held their annual meeting yes
terday afternoon. The only business done
wij the re-election of all of the old officers.
ON MONUMENT HILL
Plaus for Iti Improvement Befcrred to Mr
Hamilton Chief Crow's Favorite florae to
The Allegheny Park Committee met last
night and approved bills and the pay roll,
amounting to $1,708 06. The resolution pro
viding for an expenditure of $25,000 in im
proving Monument Hill, and which was
sent to the committee for definite plans for
the proposed improvement, ras referred to
Superintendent Hamilton and City Engi
neer Ehlers, with instructions to present the
plans to Common Council. The plans, con
sisting of two driveways up and down the
hill, have already been published in THE
The Committee on Fire Department ap
provod the payroll for October, amounting
to $7,775. Fire alarm boxes were ordered
to be placed at the corner of Irwin avenue
and Marshall street, ond on Perrysville ave
HUe near Marshall street.
A resolution was passed that an old horse
long in use by the late Chief Crow, and
which has been for the past eight years
standing idle in the stable of No. 9 Com
pany on Troy Hill, be sent to the city Fall
Master and killed. The horse in question
is about 30 years old. Chief Crow used H
when he first became the Chief of the De
partment of Allegheny, and drove him un
til he had grown too old. That was eight
years ago, and the Chief would never con
sent to have him killed. The horse has
grown gray and is now mouse-color. He is
well known as "Sir Henry."
The Allegheny Committee on Ordinances
.met last night and ordered the following or
dinances printed: ibe ordinance prohibit
ing boats from locating permanently along
the Allegheny wharf, except those used for
pleasure or by regularly chartered boat
clubs. This is Mayor Pearson's "shanty
boat" ordinance. The committee also or
dered to the printer the ordinance for abol
ishing tbe rjracticejof ringing bells on loco
motives while passing through the city, and
tbe ordinance providing for the arrest of
boys' under 15 years for jumping on or off
street cars while in motion.
ALDERMAU MAXEESE RETURNS.
He Says He Left Town to Visit His Friends
In Butler, Pa.
Alderman William Maneese turned up at
his office on Fifth avenue last evening. He
told a reporter that he had been at Butler,
Fa., visiting some relatives, and had re
turned Saturday night The Alderman ex
pressed himself very forcibly about the way
the newspapers had written him up as hav
ing jumped his bail in the conspiracy suits
against him, simply because he had gone
away for a couple or days. He said he had
never thought ot jnmping his bail. He
wanted to visit his friends, and did not think
it necessary to go around notifying every
body of his intention before he started, be
cause it was nobody's business but his own.
He remarked that he would be on deck when
his case is called ior trial, and would vindi
cate himself of the charges against him.
The Young Wanderer Again.
Florence "Wilson, (he 12-year-old girl who
was at the Central station part of last week,
having been picked up as lost, has turned
up again, this time at the Twenty-eighth
ward lockup. The girl is demented and
wanders away from her home at Chartiers
unknown to her parents. Her father was
notified last night, and it is probable that
she will be sent to some institution.
LOCAL ITEMS, LIMITED
Incidents of a Day In Ttvo Cities Condensed
for Ready Readies.
William Haeyet. a painter in 'the employ
of Robert Jamison, while at work yesterday af
ternoon on the roof of a new building on Dia
widaie street, lost his balance and fell to the
ground, sustaining serious injuries. The patrol
wagon conveytd him to his home at No. 8 South
Diamond street. Alleehenv.
Little Bert Myers, the 11-year-old grardson I
left his homo last Tuesday and has not been
seen since. The boy has a habit of running
away, but has sever before remained away so
long at a time.
Stephen 8ander, Joseph Kapcsta and
Stephen Kobasb, the three Hungarians who
murderously assaulted two policemen in Mc
Keesport Saturday night, were arrested yester
day and lodged in jail in default of $1,000 bail
John Dub AN and Maria Duran were com
mitted in default of $500 bail eacn yesterday by
Alderman Beilly on a charge ot keeping a dis
orderly house. J. SI. Faas is tbe prosecutor and
the hearing will take place on Thursday.
The fogs of some nights past and tbe heavy
river of Sunday night so delayed the packet
Rainbow that she did not arrive until 9 o'clock
last evening, with a large cargo. She will de
part down early this morning.
rf he Reading Coal and Iron Company has an
nounced an advance of 15 cents per ton on fur
nace coal at the mines, making the price 2,
which is not up to last winter's rate.
Mb. Carnegie's donation to the Excelsior
Band of Homestead was SMI 42. Ihe balance
of the bill for their new instruments was paid
vj me memuera.
The alarm from box 163 about 5 o'clock last
evening was occasioned by a chimney on fire in
a bouse on ML Washington. No damage was
Joseph Ferry, of Collier township, was
committed to jail yesterday Dy 'Squire Dren
nan for keeping an alleged speak-easy.
No Criminal Court will be held to-day, owing
to its being election day.
BEING due to the presence of uric
acid in the blood, is most effectually
cured by the use of Ayers Sarsapa
rUla. Be sure you get Ayer's and no
other, and take it till the poisonous
add is thoroughly expelled from the
system We challenge attention to this
"About two years ago, alter suffering
lor nearly two years from rheumatic
gout, being able to walk only with great
discomfort, and having tried various
remedies, including mineral waters,
without relief, I saw by an advertise
ment in a Chicago paper that a man had
been relieved of this distressing com
plaint, after long suffering, by taking
Ayer's Sarsapanlla. I then decided to
make a trial of this medicine, and took
it regularly for eight months, and am
pleased to state that it has effected a
complete cure. I have since had no re
turn of the disease." Mrs. R. Irving
Dodge, 110 West 125th st., New. York.
' One year ago I was taken ill with
inflammatory rheumatism, being con
fined to my house Bix months. I came
out of the sickness very much debili
tated, with no appetite, and my system
disordered in every iy. I commenced
using Ayer's Sarsaparilla and began to
improve at once, gaining in strength
and soon recovering my usual health.
I cannot say too much in praise of this
well-known medicine." Mrs. L. A.
Stark, Nashua, N. H.
Dr. J. C Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Price $1; six bottles, $5. Worth (5 a bottle.
BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA.
ISO CUPS FOB SL
CHOICEST, PUBEST. BEST.
For a DISORDERED LIVER
Try BEEGEiflSS'S PILLS.
25cts. a Box.
or atiTj aazl.TrGMs-zsvs.
Tea, We WIU
Sell for to-day about 480 handsome over
coats for men, in imported Kerseys and
heavy Chinchillas. The attractive price is
12. If vou east your eyes on them one
glance will suffice to show you that they are
big bargains, worth a great, deal more than
512. Make a point to see 'em to-day.
P. C. C. a, cor. Grant and Diamond sts.,
opp. the new Court House.
Finest Silk Seal Plash Jackets, Jaunty and
"With popular rolling collars, trimmed in
Persian lamb and sealskin one of the hand
some novelties in the cloak rooms.
JOS. HOBN B & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores,
Ladles' Bibbed Bnlbrlggnn Tests,
Winter weight, H. N. L. S. at 35c and
each, extra value.
Hobnb & Wabd, 41 Fifth avenue,
Sell you one or a pair or more of the
"bagdada" for door hangings. Upholstery
department. " Boggs & Buhl.
Go to Groetxinger's great kale of carpets,
carpet remnants and rugs, beginning to-day.
627 and 629 Penn avenue. TX
Ladles' Gaiter Tops, All Colors
And black, all sizes, tl 50 a pair.
Hobse & 'Wabd, 41 Fifth avenue.
"What drink is the most healthful and re
freshing? P. &V.'s Pittsburg beer. All
Cabinet photos, fl per doz.
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st
Mnrrlnae licenses Granted Yesterday.
( Charles Richer; Duquesne
( Lena Guth Duquesne
August Wagner ",5ur8
t Kosabcamldt Pittsburg
) Frank Kunz bprlne Garden borough
I Marie John Allegheny
5 Dewar itennle Mciveesport
iurle McMichael Elizabeth
Maria Pschierer Snarpsburg
( David Morrison PitUburg
James Caflrey Tarentnm
Mary Foley Pittsburg
I Charles Abbott McKeesport
1 Agnes btenart McKeesport
l Louis Bachmann Lower St. Clair twp
I Eliza blmmen Lower St. Clair twp
(Patrick Joyce Pittsburg
I Mary Joyce Pittsburg
JohnLani A Natrona
(Mary KoenlE Harrison township
(George A. Kearn Pittsburg
( Frank Kelch Pittsburg
I MonlLa Czaplewska Pittsburg
I John Enrifht. mttstrarg
I Josephine Enrlght nttsDur
( Martin 'Wittling Montour
Theressa Gelger Montour
( Charles H. Sorg Allegheny
UloseWohnhas Deny, 0
( Frank E. Wecm Pittsbnrg
Alice U Brown flltsburg
(JohnlL Barns Pittsburg
I Lizzie H. Tarr West Middletou
(Ferdinand J. Feder Pittsburg
I Caroline Bricks.... Pittsburg
( Philip H. Heck .'. Pittsburg
( Maggie Blschoff. Pittsburg
(Thomas H ruler Braddock
) badle Mulvehill Braddock
(Martin Costello Pittsbnrg
( Maggie Murray ruuDurg
( Peter Borner Pittsburg
I Katie Doll Pittsburg
I Ivan Peter Johnson Braddock
(Jennie Nystrom Braddock
( Wm. S. Bumbaugh McKeesport
( Dora Taylor McKeesport
t John M. Phylbln Allegheny
I busan Howley Allegheny
(Gnstav A. Ludwig Pittsburg
(Louisa Bauer PitUburic
J George Phillips Bellevernon
( Allie Sisley Bellevernon
YON KLEISRR THOMPSON-At Alle
gheny City, Pa., November 1, 1889, A. Von
Kxeisee and Anna 21. Thompson, of Butler
Baltimore, Md., anq Martlnsburg, "W. Va,
papers please copy.
BROWN November 3, 18S9, at Florence,
Italy, Nellie, only daughter of Captain S. S.
and Lizzie P. Brown, in her 14th year.
CARVfiY Ida Fbaitces Carvxt, daugh
ter or Daniel and Martha E. Carrey, agedl year
"Fold her O, Father in thine arms and let
her henceforth be a messenger of love between
our human hearts and Thee."
Funeral from the residence of her parents, 63
Martin street, Allegheny,ou Tuesday, Novem
ber 6, at SF.it. Friends of the family are
respectfully Invited to attend.
COLKMAN On Monday. November i. 1SS9.
at 3 P. x., Richard B, only son of James and
Margrett Coleman, aged 1 year and 11 months.
Funeral will take place from the residence of
his parents, Butler street. Eighteenth vara,
near Sharpsbnrg bridge, on "Wednesday, No
vember 6, at 2.30 r. SL Friends of the family
are respectfully invited to attend. 2
CAMPBELL On Monday, November 4, 1SS9,
at S 30 p. M., James H. Camfbeix, in the uh
year of bis ace.
Friends of tbe family are respectfully invited
to attend tbe funeral services at his late resi
dence, 393 Beaver avenue, Allegheny City, on
Wednesday at 10 A. at. Interment private.
HULPZ On Saturday, November 2, 1889, at
2.30 p. it., Harrison Hdxpz, aged 78 years.
Funeral on Wednesday, at 10 a. jt from
bis late residence, five miles ont Southern
avenue, Baldwin township. Interment in
Bethel Cemetery. Carriages will leave Sem
melrock's undertaking rooms, 1720 Carson
street, Sontbslde, Pittsburg, at 8.30 a. h.
Friends of tbe family are respectfully invited
to attend. 3
KENT Suddenly, on Monday mornine. No.
vember4, 18S9, William Kemt, aged 66 years.
Funeral from bis lata residence. No. 14 Ella
row. Second avenue, Frankstown, on Wedhes
day mouidg, the 6th inst., at 8 o'clock.
Services at St. Stephen's Church, Hazelwood,
at 9 A. it. Friends of tbe family are respect
fully invited to attend.
KAY November 4, 1S89, at the Monongabela
House, Helen Waeeen, wife of J. Conrad
Notice of funeral hereafter.
MAXWELL On Sabbath evening, Novem
ber 3, 1S9. William A Maxwell, In the
25th year of bis age.
Funeral services on Tuesday at 1:15 r. k. at
Third IT. P. Church, Ridge avenne, Allegheny
City. Friends of the family are respectf ally
invited to attend.
PAULSON At Jonnstown, May SL 1889,
Jennie C, daughter ot the late Charles H.
and Elizabeth D. Paulson
Services and interment private this after
noon from Samson's Chapel.
MNAMAN On Sunday. November 3. 18S9.
at 1025 a. v., Blanch W. Bjnaman, In her
Funeral services at her mother's residence,
41 Charles street, Allegheny, on Tuesdat, 6th
inst., at 2.30 v. ac Interment private at a later
SULLIVAN At the residence of his uncle,
John Sullivan, Lecky's road, Allegheny: on
Saturday, November 2, 1SS9, at 11 p. M.PAT
rick Sullivan, aged 24 years and 4 months
Requiem mass at St. Andrew's R. C Church,
Beaver avenue, Tuesday, 6th inst, at 8 a. m.
Interment in St. Mary's Cemetery later.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to bttend. 2
TARPY On Saturday, November 2, J8S9, at
1-4-5 p. M., Thomas T. Tarpy, son of James
and Briaget Tarpy, aged 31 years 10 months and
Funeral from his late residence, 99 Rebecca
street, Allegheny, on Tuesday, at 8.30. High
mass at St. Andrew's Church at 9 o'clock.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
Yonngstown (Ohio) papers please copy. 3
JAMES ARCHIBALD A BRO
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES,
H7, 119 and 138 Third avenue, two doors below
Smitbncld St., next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages for fanerals,S3. Carriages for operas,
parties, ta, at the lowest rates. All new car
nages. Telephone communication. myl-11-TTS
pEPRESENTED XN PrXTSBURO IN ISO,
Asset! . t9fn,09833.
Insurance Co. of Worth America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. u20-s2-D
NO. 411 WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIMICK, President
JOHN B. JACKSON. Viea PrMideat
JJeZHS-iTS WM. P.HKRBEBT. Secretary..
THE PITTSBUBG DISPATCH,'
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And see eighty other patterns
of Lace Curtains in all grades;
also Heavy Curtains for Por
tieres and Heavy Hangings at
33 FIFTH AVENUE 33
LIFE IN HEAT.
We wish to call your attention to our
stock of Night Shirts iu Muslin, Twilled
Muslin, Cambric, French Balbriggan, Can
ton Flannel and Wool.
Plain Muslin Night Shirts at 50c, 75c, 1
and $1 SO each.
Fancy Trimmed Muslin and Cambric
Night Shirts at 76c, $1, 51 25 and 1 50 each.
Also fine Embroidered and Trimmed
Night Shirts, from 52 to 54 50 each.
Fine Cambric-Night Shirts, 51 25.
Fine Barred Jaconet Night Shirts, $1 50.
Canton Flannel Night Shirts, all sizes,
51 25 each.
We also call special attention to our Wool
Night Shirts, which are growing in favor
We have them in White Angora Flannel,
Fancy Striped and Flaid Flannels; also the
celebrated DR. JAGEB'S Flannel Night
Shirts and Underwear for Men, Women ana
Children, for which we are the SOLE
AGENTS in this city.
Men's Pajamas, in Cheviot and Fancy
Flannels very soft and comfortable.
We are prepared to furnish anything
wanted in Night Clothing for Men, Women
We also call attention to a few of our lines
of Men's Underwear.
Scarlet Wool Shirts and Drawers at ?1,
51 50, 52 and $3 each.
Men's Natural Wool Shirts and Drawers
at 51 25, 51 50 and $2 each.
Men's Jersey Bibbed Shirts and Drawers,
in Tan and Natural Wool, at 52 each.
Also our very full line of Enelish-made.
Natural Wool, Silk and Wool, Cashmere
and Merino Shirts and Drawers, in Light,
Medium and Heavy Weights.
White Merino and All-wool Shirts and
Drawers at 51, $1,50, 52 25 and 53 each.
Also our 4 lines ot Scotch Lamb's Wool
Shirts and Drawers, oi our own Importation,
at from 52 to 53 50 each.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH A KEJfUE.
Is a relief and ure core for
tho Urinary Organs, Gravel
and Cnronlo Catarrh oi the
The Swlti Stomich Bitieri
are a snre cure for Dyspepsia,
Lilver Comnlalnt anrl ATArv
Tbade Mabk species of indigestion.
Wild Cherrv Tome. tho most nonulir tirenar-
ation for cure of Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis and
Either of the above. Si per Dottle, or $3 for S5.
If your drneglst does not handle these goods
write to WM. F. ZOELLER, Bole Mil.,
ocS-71-TTS Pittsburg, Pa.
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillings from Jl no. AmalgaJT, 60c;
silvrr. 75c: white alloy, H,
Gold Crowns a specialty,
DB. J. M. McCLABEN,
. Cornet SmIUi4l4Bd Fourth avtwMt
XTTJESDAY, ( tfQVE
If we could not offer you, any ad
vantages we could not expect you
to give us any preference on your
We propose to demonstrate that
we can and do. Quality and prices
on a few items that illustrate-in a
practical way the advantages of
trading here :
40-inch SILK WARP CASH
MERES at 75c, choice shades;
50-inch ENGLISH SUITINGS
at $1 15 and $1 20.
40-inch BLACK SILK TOSCA
NETS at $2. Lace department
offer similar ad-
BOGGS & BUHL,
115,117,119.121 Federal st,Allegheny.
Cloak Rooms crowded with goods and buyers
daily. Tbe styles and prices must be tbe
reason. " no5-D
Purchasers of the above will find it greatly
to their advantage to Inspect our line of
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
We are not only Bhowtni; a superior line of
f rices from $12 to $25,
Bat alsosomeWONDERFDL VALUES. Age
4 to 12 years, from
$4 -bo $8-
We are now showing tbe Newest Styles in
KILT SUITS and OVERCOATS, both in our
own and Eastern manufacture.
HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR
This department is VERY ATTRACTIVE.
Prices Positively the Lowest.
Latest Novelties In Ladies' Jewelry, Collars
and Cuffs, Dress Trimmings, Handkerchiefs,
I G, CAMPBELL & SOUS,
710 Penn avenue, 710.
Open until 9 ?. M. Saturdays.
By a thorough knowledee ot the natural laws
which govern the operations of digestion and
nntrition,and and by a caret ol application of the
fine properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. ppa
has pro tided onr breakfast tables with a deli
cately flavored beverage which may save us
many heavy doctors' bills. It is by the judicious
use oi sucn articles oi met mat a constitution
may be gradually built up untU strong enough
to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds
of subtle maladies are floating around us ready
to attack wherever there is a weak point. We
may escape many a fatal sbaft by keeping our
selves well fortified with pure blood and a prop
erly nourished frame." Cwt Service QazttU,
Made simply with boiling: water or milk. Bold
only in half ponnd tins by Grocers, labeled thus:
Jas.Epps &Co. .2$ogsiH:
JAS. MOTEL & BRO.,
BOILERS PLATE AND SHEET-IRON
PATENT SHEET IRON ANNEALING
m . BOXES.
With an increased capacity and hydraulic
machinery we are prepared to furnish aU work
in our line cheaper and better than by the old
methods. Repairing and general machine
work. Twenty-ninth street and Allegheny Val
ley Railroad. ieo-55-iT3
OrtheLlqbor Habit Poiiiiveli
by Administering Dr. Ha
Golden Specif e.
It can be given in a cap of coffee or tea without
the knowledge of tbe perton taking It: Is abto-
it uarmiess. ana wui enecc a permanent and
ay care, whether tbe patient 19 a moderate
Drunkards bare been made temperate men who
bare taken Golden Specific in their coffee without
their knowledge and to-day believe thev quit
drinking from their own free will. IT KEVER
FAILS. The system once Impregnated with the
Specific, It becomes an utter Impossibility for the
liquor appetite to exist. For saleby A.J. Rankin.
oijkm auu jrcun &ve.. jriiisDurg: ju xioiaen & uo.
W . federal St., Alleehenv.
Meo. A. Kelly & Co.. 2 iltsbt
inhu.. rl..il. annnlln 1.
'trade sunDlled bT
Ittsbure. l'a. Qel7-S$-TTB
SNAP NO. 6.
"We announce tho arrival of an entire new line oi English Double-Barrel Breech
Loaders they are the best lot of the season consisting of Guns made by C. G. Bonehill,
"W. & C. Scott, Greener, Eichards, Loomis and other manufacturers of equal note, which
ire are able to sell at lower prices than ever before offered. Also on hand L. O. Smith,
Parker Bros., Baker & Colt Guns, at lowest prices.
Give us a call and satisfy yourself.
fillTinM W. L. DougUs name and tne once are stamped on the bottom of x
rVJ I IVJlY Shoes advertised by him before leaving his factory; this protects the
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, bnt send direct to factory,
and receive bv return mail what you want State kind, bntton, 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, Mats.
AU made in Congress, Bntton and Lace:
W. L. DOUGLAS $3 AND $2 SHOES -,',
Both Ladies' Shoes are made in sizes from 1 to 7, inclndlnfhalf elus, and B, C, D, E and EE
STYLES OF LADIES' SHOES.
"The French Opera." "The Spanish Areh Opera," "The American, Common-Sense," "The
Medium Common-Some." All made in Button in the Latest Style.., Alto, French Opera in
'Front Lace, on S3 Shoo only.
'. L. DOUULASS 03AIN SHOC (laced) for
id strictly waterproofLis Jutt out. W. l
' TTTVFt. HAT.T1 T-V
H.J.4Q.E Lang. Fortv.flf th and Butler
IOartet 73 Fifth avenue. E. a Sperber. U98 Carson street. la AUtgWX CK7a bf JaeafT SeW.
1W Federal street, And a a.HoUaia, 72 Sebema atrnv - - - eit.TMv
Grand Double Opening.
MILLINERY AND CLOAKS.
Finest Display of the,Season
Don't miss seeing our
Beplete with all that isseasonable and, stylish
in Muffs, Stoles, Boas and Capes.
Fleishman k Co.,'
N. B. Dolls given away to all purchasers in
Dress Goods Sale
To-Day (Monday Morning) Goods
Worth 75c, 85c and $1 for 49c Per
We are selling a better and
finer grade of Ladies Cloaks
and Wraps at less money than
any 'other house in the city,
for instance our
Seal Plush Jackets at J8 57-JU 49.
Seal Plash Sacques at 815 98 $20 (XX
Seal Plush Wraps at S9 E0-S15 00.
Every one sold with a full guarantee to give
perfect satisfaction. Our Hue of Cloth Gar
ments are worth your while to see, whether
you purchase or not
Our Untrimmed Millinery
Stock is celebrated for the
newest of shapes, the richest
of colors, the best of quali
ties and the most moderate of
prices. In feathers we show
Black Ostrich Tips.
Black Ostrich Plumes.
Colored Ostrich Tips.
Colored Ostrich Plumes.
Birds of Paradise.
Aigrettes of every Color.
Pompons, all Shades.
Black Birds and
Parrots and Wings.
In Trimmed Millinery we
show the latest and mbst
novel ideas in Hats, Bonnets
and Turbans an innumer
able variety of styles, and all
at our famous low prices.
(Millinery Parlors second floor.)
Sixth St. and Penn Ave.
Liberty St, Cor. Smithfleld.
W. L DOUGLAS
PO SHOE GENTLEMEN.
Our claims for this iboeor til other S3 shots
It contains better material.
It is mora ityliih, better fitting and durable.
It gives better general satisfaction.
Itsavesmore money for tbe consumer.
Itt great success is due to merit.
It cannot be duplicated by any other manufac
turer. It is the best In the world, snd haa a larger de
mand than any other S3 shoe advertised,
K nnnwlll be paid to any person who will
JUUU prove theabove statements to be untrue.
Tbe following line of shoes will be found to be of
tbe same high standard of excellence.
SS 00 GENUINE HAND-SEWED SHOE.'
4 00 HAND.SEWED WELT SHOE.
3 SO POLICE AND FARMERS SHOE.
12 5(1 FXTBA VALUE CALF SHOE.
and II 75 BOYS' SCHOOL 8HOE8.
Gentlemen, with heavvtao sole
l DOUGLAS, BroektonMast.
streata. J N. Freferinar. 810 Fifth immul D.
EVERYBODY should read
should ba in, everybody's home
poor, younff and old, Democrats and Republicans should allgetj
one. oent .civcr every mosui
and address and we'll man itt
.Our liberal methods, reliable
.moth store with bargain hunters, and fashion seekers, and drive
valL competitors to the walL
yCIotmng in Pittsburg;
.usually nave tbeir domes made to order to come in ana seorc
.bill of rare
I I Q If V " O f
W OfV Vi
300 TO 400 MARKET STREET.
OUR PRICES TOUCH TENDER SPOISt
In economical mothers purses.
Children's Uothing such, as- you never saw before, and the beaag
tiful feature regarding it is that there's Clothing at pricesltoj
Vsuit every boay's poctet.
every boy in town,
lowest in the city.
it There's very
city that we
A IIA If 19C coats, 3 50, $4, $5, $6, $8 and 10.
300 TO 400 MARKET STREET,
Has given greater evidence ox
Hat Store. We Have revoluBemzed the hat bade of the? a
Never retailing a hat for
suLueuines scuiog uais
Xbuy same quaUtTji or
out big lots at
Xcomes we buy ttem low and sell them low. Our cm
We have as
300 TO 400 MARKETSTREET.
. A as a CiiftA rt!t? k'tilliohinrf mZ.rf.no TlanhMAnfM
ttz jill. tjuuc ana a. iu&uauu vwu.s j-mykx iuiuiu
Nsize tney are mr long oaas
Vcapacity for hundreds
. . - - . . - .
mg uooas cosiness.
play or Jtootwear
lar sizes, but
fM Olf A3C member
A J t f i 9m Xevery
300 TO 4U0 MAIML. &IKLtl.
LET YOUR CHILDREN call
Drawing Books which we are giving
Dresent but a mighty useful and entertainingonc 13
Orders by MaH Promptly Attended toll
3G USK Y'Sa
our "Illustrated Monthly." I!
and everybody's mouth. Richandl
10 any auuress. aena us your nana 3
tree of cnarge, regularly.
goods, fairest prices, fill our mam-
"" .... m ."Vi.1
We show the grandest stock of Jbiaejj
and we urgently invite, gentlemen who
elegantgoods we re displaying see fort
rich, materials, the- faultless shapes audi
.the skilled workmanship. We offer a particularly gooc
this week, and we would suggest at
Elegant Overcoats at xo, $12 and
most beautiful Suits at ?i2, f 15 audi
We have 50 styles of Overcoats andl
mts at f 20 very little more than half
merchant tailor's charge. Be suretyo
visit us for cither Suit or OvercoaW
v a m ..... .... r-d
auu ncuaivcjfuu uiuucj.
We've got a stock of Boysanql
Weve got enough to clothe aim
and as for prices, they're certainly,
How do we know this? We do know!
little about the clothins trade of
don't know. Our present display bfl
ior ooys, Dig7 ana iiiue, is inennesrA
choicest and most perfect that can baj
i i t. . . -2
JPnces: Small Boys' Overcoats, $1 50J
5 PS, P4 and $5. Big Boys' Over
same prices. Mothers, you should visit
thir popular department of ours,fo:
it's a safe place to buy your
of Our Businej
the approval of the people thanTosu
more than the wholesale priceA:
jur iew (uau any uaucx m ion
we are constantly on the alert to cIom
closer price?,, and as the. opportuai
tom is not confined to the cheap and medium gr,
fine hats, as any fashionable hatterlcui
we don't charge an extra.
for the privilege (?) of hai
fashionable maker's name the?
m ana we wiu snow fyo'
mac we can save von moa
il 4 . ..
gtVe you as good quality
as anybody can.
tne largest in tne city, attoraiajil
of customers at once. We bare
to both the Shoe and Furakk
. . .. . '.i
we nave, tne grandest lais
m tne country, snowiag eyerjrj
and grade, not alone in rega
also in all widths, and thean
prices are not only lower taut
ia. Pittsburg, but lower thkayjSI
in the United States, Jti3
this: Every shape and corafortjl
grace and beauty, every excelleactl
finish that can be put into Footwear,!
in. oe louno. at our popular m
Xbtore. , M
at our Store for, one of the beaatiiSfl
away. It's sot only- aa "clef a