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THE- PITTSBTJKG: DISPATCH, TpESpTAOYEMBERfrlSS
FIERCER CALLED DOW
Fleming Wins on the Charcre of Bell-
J ing Liquor Without License.
HREE OP THE JUDGES DISSENT.
!An Important Insurance Case Decided in
Favor of the Company.
OTHEE BOPEEME COTJEr DECISIONS.
Bailey and Donaldson Plead Guilty in the Eolllran
lathe SupremeConrt yesterday the verdict
of the Mercer County Court against Joseph
Fleming, the wholesale druggist, for selling
liquor -without a license, wbb reversed. The
Court decided that Mr. Fleming had not
violated the liquor laws. Laura Bailey
snd Flora Donaldson pleaded guilty in the
May Sullivan case.
In the Supreme Court yesterday the fol
lowing opinions were handed down:
In the case of Fleming vs the Common
wealth, error to Quarter Sessions of Mercer
county, Justice Green filed an opinion in
which he cites the case of Gabrach vs the
Commonwealth, an indictment for selling
liquor without a license, wherein it was held
that orders were sent by an agent and the
goods snipped to the person ordering, and
was therefore no violation of the liquor
laws. The same thing holds good in the
present case. The orders were sent by the
purchasers themselves and the goods shipped
into Mercer county, a place without license.
It was no viclation of the law, and the
judgment of the lower court is reversed.
The goods were sent by special request of
the purchaser c. o. d., which was done, and
there was an utter absence of criminal intent
in the transaction As the defendant
bad a license, tbe sale was made at bis place of
business, and both the sale and delivery were
made within the territory covered by the
license., So far as the criminal law is con
cerned, it is only an actual sale witbont license
that is prohibited The judgment of tbe court
of Mercer county is therefore reversed and the
Justices Williams Clark and McCoUnm filed
dissenting opinions and stated that tbe sending
of the goods cad. made the earner his agent,
and the transaction, taken on principle and
authority, was a sale and delivery in Mercer
county, and not at Pittsburg.
SKIXEB MUST KSOff THE BDVEB.
Tbe Justices bold that, in shipping the goods,
Fleming did not know whether be was selling
to a minor, a habitual drunkard or a lunatic
Tbe law requires tbat be should know to whom
be is selling. He has no rigbt to break faith
with tbe law and to retail liquor in small pack
ages without knowing tbe age, habit, sanity
or condition of tbe purchaser when tbe sale is
Justice Mitchell banded down an opinion in
tbe case of tbe Howard Insurance Company vs
Ilockmg, error to Common Pleas of Somerset
county. Hocking bad bis place Insured with
the Hartford company, and it was Durnt down
He entered suit and secured a verdict. The
case was appealed and a contract shown in
which Hocking bound himself in case of fire to
put in bis claim within a ear. This be failed
to do. Justice Williams holds tbat this contract
was binding, and sajs
It may be bard for tbe plaintiff to lose bis
case on this single point after an apparent
victory on tbe merits, but his agreement is ex
plicit and unavoidable, and to sustain, this sec
tion in the face of It would be to substitute a
new contract for the one which tbe partiei
have lawfully made for themselves, ibis is
not the dutv or the province of the Court.
Justice Mitchell banded down an opinion in
tbe case of the Citizens' Natural Gas Company
vs .Richards, error to Common Pleas of Beaver.
Tbe suit was dn the payment of money for tbe
purchase of land, and tbe lower court allowed
interest on tbe money. Tbis, the Justice de
cides was wrong, and he reduced the veraict to
In tbe case of tbe borough of Bandy Lake vs
Forker, error to Common Pleas of Mercer coun
ty. Justice Green banded down an opinion re
rersmg the judgment of the lower court. The
case was for damages for falling from a plank
sidewalk over a stream. Tbe Justice claims tbit
Forker knew the walk well, and was himself
guilty of contributory negligence
"" NEW TEIAL A1VAEDED.
Justice Clark filed an opinion awarding a new
trial in the case of the School District of "YVar
Eaw township vs the Sidney School Furniture
Company. The dispute was over the purctase
of school furniture which was not according to
A per curiam opinion was filed in tbe case of
the Pittsburg and Western Railway vs Andrew
McComb, error, to Common Pleas of Butler
countv. The suit was one for damages result
ing from an accident. Tbe judgment of tbe
lower court was affumed.
Decis ons were also filed by Justice Sterrett
in tbe following case' Appeal of the Pittsburg
and Western Railroad irom tbe Quarter Ses
sions of Bul:r, quashed. John F Sweeney vs
tlie Ten M'l s Oil aud Gas Company, Common
Pleas Washington cotni'y, affirmed. Patter
sonV "ipeal, error of Common Pleas Lacka
wanna, decree affirmel. Mary C. Lloyd vs
Sarah E. Mitchell, error Common Pleas Indi
Justice Williams. Dickvs Williams, error to
Common Pleas Westmoreland county, reversed.
Miller et al vs Chester Slate Company, error
Common Pleas Northampton, affirmed.
C Justice Clark A. J Haws vs St Paul Fire
and Marine Insurance Company, error Common
Pleas Mercer, affirmed. C. C. Duflield vs F.
P. Hue et al., error to Common Pleas Warren
county, affirmed. Keller fc Bush vs Peter Mc
Cauley. error to Common Pleas Jefferson
county, reversed; new trial ordered.
Justice Mitchell. Parry vs Parry, error to
Common Pleas Greene, affirmed. Feeleyvs.
Hoover, error to Common Pleas Clarion" re
versed. fcUPEEME COUUT ARGUMENTS.
Tbat Suit or Mr. Bradley's for Cost for
Filine Tax Liens Heard.
In the Supreme Court, yesterday, argument
was heard in tbe case of John Bradley, protho
notary, against tbe city of Pittsburg. The suit
is an important one, aud involves aconsideralilo
sum of money in tbe shape of costs for filing
tax liens. Tbe suit is a test case over tbe
Prothonotary and Sheriff's costs for the filing
and entering judgment against John Morrow,
of the Sixth ward, for delinquent taxes. The
costs amounted to SS, and were never paid. The
custom has been that when a lien was filed in
tbe Protbonotary's office, and no further action
taken, the costs were allowed to stand with tbe
judgment, to be collected from the property
owner with the amount of taxes, if tliey are
evtr received. The city officials take the posi
tion tbat the costs are not to be paid until the
execution is levied and tbe money paid Pro
thonotary Bradley bolds that as tbe greater
amount of liens are allowed to simply remain
on file, and the money never collected, tbe
county should be paid for its services by the
IK FAVOR OP THE CUT.
The lower court held tbat wbetber or not the
city can ever be compelled to pay the fees and
costs in cases of liens filed for taxes, need not
be decided. In this case tbe hen is in full force
and under the act of Assembly there is no lia
bility to pay at present. Judgment was given
for the city, and the Prothonotary appealed.
An argument was beard in tbe case of
Samuel P. Shriver and James H. Stokes,
against D.&. Mclntyre and Thomas Brown,
appealed bv the plaintiffs on an error to Com
mon Pleas No. L The suit wa9 to recover on a
bond given by Mclntyre and Brown, agreeing
to pay any judgment that might be given
against Shriver and Stokes, in a suit against
them to recover an interest in tbe business of
If ellis, Shriver t Co., which wis being wound
The divorce case of Elizabeth B. Mason
against John Mason, appealed by Mrs. Mason
from Common Pleas No. 1, was argued. A
divorce bad been refused because there
was proof of no actual violence, and though tbe
husband was frequently drunk and on one or
two occasions used threats, yet there was not
sufficient indignities to her person to warrant a
An argument was beard in the case of Mary
E. Gormly against W. M. Gormlr, Jr., and
others, Appealed by tbe plaintiff from Common
PlearNo. L The suit is a controversj over the
estate of tbe late James Gormly.
Arguments were beard in the cases of Mary
LOsbonand Mamie R. Collins against the
Chanters Valley Gas Company, appealed by
the plaintiffs from Common pleas No. 2. The
plaintiffs are the owners of lots in Glenfleld and
cued for damages for the destruction of springs
on the property, which were spoiled by salt
'water coming from wells bored by the gas com
pany. The appeal of Matilda G. MacConnell from
Common Pleas No. 2, in tbe suit brought against
her by the city of Pittsburg, was argued. The
case was alien filed by the city against Mr.
MacConnell for the assessment for grading and
paring Winbiddle avenue, Twentieth ward.
Mrs. MacConnell resisted payment on the
ground that the work was bad, and that the
contract was not let to the lowest and best
bidder. She claimed that there were no sped.
ficatlons for the work, barring competition
among bidders, onlyonecontractorbiddingand
receiving tbe contract. Tbe case wag decided
in favor of tbe city In tbe lower court and Mrs.
An argument was beard on tbe appeal of
Charlotte McCaffrey from Common Fleas No.
2 in a salt broughtcainst her by tbe city of
Allegheny. Tbe snlt was a municipal claim for
the opening and widening of Federal street.
Tbe street was established in tbe reserve
tract whicb was laid out in 17S7. Mrs. McCaf
frey claims tbat in 1SS8 the City Engineer con
spired with tbe McNangbers to open tbe
street along a road which bad been in use and
not over tbe original street, thereby giving tbe
McNangbers a large tract of land they were
not entitled to,"also assessing damages for
them against tbe appelant and others. Tbe
city asserts tbat the act of April 1, 1870, rela
tive to streets in Allegheny, gives tbe appel
ant a specific and exclusive remedy for such
IN THE CRIMINAL COURT.
Laura Bailer nod Flora Donaldson Pleaded
In Criminal Court yesterday Major Mon
tooth, representing Laura Bailey and Florence
Donaldson, who were indicted with Bobbs and
Harrington for enticing Mary Sullivan into a
disorderly bouse, entered a plea of guilty. Tbe
plea was entered before Judge White, who de
ferred sentence until Saturday. C.F. Guen
ther, a policeman, charged with assault and
battery by M. Dougherty, was found not cuilty.
Frank Carroll, a police officer, charged by M.
Dougbertv with the larceny of a box of tobies,
was acquitted. Nancy Brown, charged by her
son, Robert C. Brown, with aggravated assault
and battery, was found guilty of simple assault
and batteryand recommended to tbe extreme
mercy of the court. W. Clayton Williams is on
trial for issuing and using fraudulent railroad
tickets on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
Tbe Next Grand Jury.
Sheriff McCandless and the Jury Commis
sioners yesterday drew the grand jury for
the December term of the Criminal Court.
Those drawn were:
Henry Meyer, Sixth ward; Andrew Brown,
Moon township; Edward Woods, McKeesport:
Captain James Boyd, Fourth ward, Allegheny;
Gregor Stein, Lower Saint Clair township;
John C. Livingston, Sterritt township;
John F. Ennis, ex-Jury Commissioner, Eighth
ward: William Deer, Marshall township; Sam
uel C. Gner, Second ward. Allegheny; Scott
Diemar, Moon township; K. A. Byard. Eliza
beth township; Samuel McAllister, Sixth ward,
Allegheny; William McMillan, Eleventh ward;
ueorce r orsytne, fecott township; Jfred ham
merman. Third ward, Allegheny; Oliver Cham
bers, Fifth ward, Allegheny; Thomas W. Lind
say, Second ward; George Richev, Verona;
John Judge, Twenty-fourth ward; Michael
Finn, Tbirty-flfth ward; WUliam H. Berry,
Eighth warn: Edward Patterson. Sixth ward;
Jonn Ballard, Eleventh ward; Frank Curry,
A PERMANENT ORGANIZATION.
Tbo Grover Cleveland Club, of Lawrence
villr. Has Come to Stay.
A permanent organization of the Grover
Cleveland Club, of Lawrenceville, was ef
fected last night by the election of S. 1.
Bellman, President; A. Miller and J. A.
Flowers, Vice Presidentsj'Dr. F. G. Gardner,
Treasurer; C. E. Conner, Secretary; and M.
F. Burke, Surgent at Arms. A constitu
tion and by-laws were adopted.
Colonel John W. Echols made a brief ad
dress on organization in politics and
eulogized in high terms, the statesman after
whom tbe club is named. The club organ
ized with 25 members. It meets at the cor
ner of Forty-ninth and Butler streets, the
first Monday di each month.
New Train an tbe Pennsy.
It was said last night at the depot that a
new train would be put on tbe road, dating
from the 10th inst. It is intended to sup
plement tne limited and afford additional
accommodations for Western and South
western travelers over the Pennsylvania
Railroad. It will be timed to leave New
York at 2 o'clock in the afternoon and ar
rive here at 2 o'clock on the following
morning. Chicago will be made in an hour's
shorter time than at present accomplished
by the limited.
Seem creeping along the back bone of the in
dividual who feels tbe malarial chill. Don't
wait for a second attack, friend, but away with
vou to the nearest drug store or dealer where
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters fan be procured.
That's the article that will enable you to snap
your fingers at chills and fever. Use it, also,
for rheumatism, indigestion, liver complaint,
debility, nervousness and kidney inactivity.
THE EVERETT CLUB PlANO
This Week Will bo Delivered to Certificate
Held by Mrs. J.E. Shirey, 75 Carroll street.
Allegheny, Fa., on payments of 1 per week.
The lady who receives this piano is a thor
ough musician and teacher, and gave tbe
matter of selecting her piano careful consid
eration. She decided to join our club be
cause the piano was the best she could find
in the city, and the price, even on these
small payments, was from $75 to $100 less
than she could buy any other first-class
piano. The advantages of our club or co
operative system is that by contracting for
the large number of pianos (350) at one fac
tory we get the lowest possible price, and
having 350 members, each paying 1 per
week, the piano is paid for in cash each
week. If you do not want to wait on the
weekly drawings you can get your piano any
time by paying cash, or by paying 525 cash
and ?10 monthly. Now, don't miss this op
portunity. It will not be open much longer.
Call or send lor circular.
Alex, Boss, Manager.
BODY BRUSSELS CARPETS.
Special Prices on a Lot of Patterns That
Will Not be Reproduced.
6,000 yards best Lowell and Hartford
makes of body brussels to go at $1 a vard.
These are not remnants, but full rolls,
and we have sold them all along at 51 50 a
The patterns will not be reproduced (or
the spring trade, and we want to get rid of
The sale will begin to-day and continue
during the week.
Remnants of all kinds of carpets on first
floor. Edward Gijoetzlnoeb,
627 and 629 Penn avenue.
REAL ESTATE SAVINGS BANK, LI3L,
401 Smithfield Street, cor. Fourth Avenue.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $45,000.
Deposits of $1 and upward received and
interest allowed at i per cent xxs
Fine $500 Upright Piano.
A magnificent iyz octave upright piano
(used but a short time) with latest improve
ments, excellent tone and richly carved
cherry case. This instrument is in perfect
order, and will be sold fully warranted for
$225. A great bargain at the music store of
J. M. Hoflraann & Co., 537 Smithfield street.
Also, a 150 six octave parlor organ for
If you hold a family ticket from Hen
dricks & Co. 's photograph gallery, 68 Fed
eral street. Allegheny, use it and get a
handsomelife-size crayon for Christmas of
yourself or children free. Good cabinets
$1 per dozen.
Three Special Bargain Lois of Fine Im
ported Cloth Newmarkets,
In plain and fancy colorings, at $8, $10 and
$15 each. The cloak rooms teeming with
new goods and bargains.
Jos. House & Co.'s
Penn Avenue stores.
Ladies' Ribbed Bnlbrlgcnn Tests,
"Winter weight, H. 2T. L. S. at 35c and 60o
each, extra value.
Hobne & "Ward, 41 Fifth avenue.
Pentecost lecture at Lafayette Hall to-,
A glass of F. & V,'s Iron City beer at
night insures quiet sleep.
Cut Peices Infants' ooatsr slips and
caps. Busy Bee Hive, Sixth and. liberty.
LATE HEWSIN BRIEF.
Electric tram can have been introduced in
A fire at Luther, Mich., on Snnday de
stroyed 850,000 worth of property.
Emperoi Wjllirrr hss invited SignorCrisni,
the Italian Prime Minister, to visit him at the
German capital, and the latter will go there
soon after the Emperor's return.
The effort which is beingmade by the Wash
ington Government to establish more intimate
commercial relations between the United
States and tbe States of South America has
awakened a new interest in tbe latter countries
The Dublin Appeal Conrt has confirmed
the sentences of Father O'Dwyer and several
others who were convicted at Fermoy of of
fenses under the crimes act. The Court also
added two months to the sentence imposed
For some time nast little school enrls of
Oakland. CaL, have been set upon in trfe streets
by two girls, wbo robbed them of articles of
jewelry or clothing, and in one instance a tricy
cle was stolen. Tbe police have arrested Emily
Swanwell, aged II, and Mamie Jereme, aged 9.
Tbey admit their guilt.
Tbe President made the following appoint
ments yesterday: Solomon Wcnzlaef, of Da
kota, to nc rtegister nc tne ianu umce at
Yankton, Dak.; A. C. McClelland, of Oregon,
to be Receiver of Public Moneys at La Grande,
Ore.; R. E. Carpenter, of Dakota, to be Re
ceiver of Public Moneys at Waterto wnDak.
Gertie Sneil, the 6-year old stepson of J. H.
S pence, a prominent merchant atParkersburg,
W. Va, mysteriously disappeared from home
about nine months ago. Large rewards were
offered for his recovery, and Detective Mehen,
of this place, has finally located tbo little lei
low at Houghton, Canada. Tbe parents have
gone to bring him home. He was stolen by
While most of the English newspapers af
fect to ridicule the possibility of any combina
tion betweeu North and South America, they
agree tbat it is necessary for Europe to bestir
herself and look sharply after what she consid
ers her own. The total yearly foreign trade of
South America is estimated at $700,000,000,
barely one-fifth of wbich is done with the
Two high Japanese police officials have just
arrived in London, Mr. Sansuke Hayasbi, Pnb
lio Prosecutor and Chief Secretary, and Mr.
Mori Yoshiamatsee, Chief of the Foreign De
partment of Police. These gentlemen are 'visi
ting the various European capitals and making
notes of their p61ice systems, with a view of
introducing improvements in the Japanese
It is reported that the deal has been con
summated by which ex-Senator Camden and
ex senator uavis consolidated tneir railroad in
terests in Wist Virginia. The Midland Rail
road, wbich Camden is building, will connect
with the West Virginia Central at Buckban
non, and the consolidation will build a line to
Charleston. Messrs. Camden and Davis now
control nine-tenths of the railroads under con
struction in the State.
Mrs. ElizaDavis, of Lansing, Miclu,whocon
fessed that ber mother, Mrs. Monro, was tbe
only original Mrs. Bender, is an arrant fraud,
and through ber manipulations tbe two women
have procured free rides to Kansas. Mrs.
Davis, it is claimed, has been beating her way
over tbe country for some months past.
Shortly after the Johnstown flood sbeappeared
in Cleveland, with four children, as Mrs. John
son, and stated tbat ber husband bad been
drowned in tbe flood. She was aided in many
ways at tbat time.
The surest remedy is cheapest, because it
is sure in cases wherever any remedy can be
helpful; hence, with puny, feeble children
where strength, appetite and spirits are
wanting the tonic properties of Dr. D.
Jayne's Tonic Vermifuge given in tonic
doses will be found invaluable. No rem
edy of the'kind has been so long in use, none
been so thoroughly tested, and none is to
day held in higher estimation by the thou
sands of families in which it has been used.
Sold by all druggists.
Thompson's Guide to Music Dnjlnf.
Every musician in Pittsburg should have
this publication. It is a large 60-paged
catalogue, full sheet music size, containing
illustrations i and prices of nearly every
musical instrument, from a double-tongued
jewsharp to a fine piano. Also, a complete
list of over 6,000 pieces of popular sheet
music. Also, a special list ot popular
music books by well-known publishers.
The special net prices printed in this cata
logue will open your eyes. "We send this
complete, including Will L. Thompson's
latest song and chorus, ou receipt of 10 cts.
in postage stamps.
"W. 1. Thompson & Co.,
its East Liverpool, O.
"Winter term of Pittsburg Female Col
lege and Conservatory of Music begins No
vember 18. Attention is called to the su
perior advantages of this central city college
for young ladies. Well equipped with a
large corps of excellent teachers in all de
partments. Location, Eighth street, near
Penu avenue. Bates very moderate. Call
or send for information to President A. H.
Norcross, D. D., Pittsburg, Pa. tu
ft Yes, Wo Will
Sell for to-day about 480 handsome over
coats for men, in imported Kerseys and
heavy Chinchillas. The attractive price is
$12. If you cast your eyes on them one
glance will suffice to show you that they are
bic bargains, worth a great deal more than
12. Make a point to see 'em to-day.
P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts.,
opp. the new Court House.
Ladles' PcaAnt Clonks, Medium and Heavy
And fancy cloths, with and without vest
fronts, all extra value, from $10 to 520.
JOS HORNE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
Boys' Bicycle Wool Hose. Extra Heavy,
Sizes 14 to 10, and special bargain, 25c a
Hoene & Wabd, 41 Fifth avenue.
The new term of the Park Institute,
formerly the preparatory and commercial
departments of the Western University,
204 North ave., Allegheny! opens Novem
ber 1L Twys
"Bagdads" upholstery department. See
these antiques and the bargains they are
for door portieres. Boggs & Buhl.
Don't be mislea. Stick to the old relia
ble Wainwright's beer. All dealers keep it.
5025 is their telephone number. Tnsu
What drink is the most healthful and re
freshing? F. &V.'s Pittsburg beer. All
Cabinet photos, 51 per aoz. Lies' Pop
ular Gallery. 10 and 12 Sixth st ttsu
Irs superior excellence woven in millions of
homes for more than a quarter'of a century.
It i! used by the United btates Government.
Indorsed by the heads of the great universities
as the Strosgest, Purest and most Healthful
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder does not
contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Bold only
in cans. PRICK BAKING POWDER CO.
NEW YORK. CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS.
1$ Uie PUREST, BEST ond Ctewst
Of all Druggists, but beware of Imitations.
Presents in the most elegant form
THE LAXATIVE'and NUTRITI0U8 JUICE
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the 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 THESrSTEH EFFECTUALLY
When one is Bilious or Constipated
' PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP,
HEALTH and 8TREN0TH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR
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CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
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LOUISVILLE, Kt HEW YORK, II. T.
CURED of BRIGHT'S DISEASE.
Mr. James Clark has, for 18 months, suffered
untold misery from Brigbt's disease of the kid
neys. He had great pain and soreness in his
kidneys and across the small of bis 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 he could not sleep. He
found his memory fast failing and he grew
weaker and more feeble nntll he was obliged to
ive up all employment. Having read in the
papers testimonials from patients cured by the
physicians of the Polypathic Institute of dis
eases similar to his, he beean treatment with
them. He says: "I take great pleasure in
stating to the people ofPittsbnrg that I have
been entirely cured of the above disease, and
in every way icei iiKe a new man.
Mr. Clark is well known in Pittsburg and can
be seen every day at his old place of employ
ment, tbo Lucy Furnace, where this statement
can be easily proven.
Remember the Polypathic Medical Institute
is permanently located at Pittsburg, 120 Penn
avenue, for the treatment of all forms of kid
ney and urinary diseases. Office hours, 10 A. H.
tolP. x.,and6 to8P. M. Sundays, 1 to 4 P. M.
Pure old rye whisky. Our own make.
3 yr. old, 50c quart. 8 yr. old, SI 23 quart.
i yr. old. 65c quart. Ifty1, 'd. 1 50 quart.
5 yr. old, 75c quart. Id yr. old, jl 75 quart.
Nothing like these goods can be bought at
Highly recommended for medicinal use.
Orders by mail filled same dav.
D. E. LIPPENCOTT,
oc27-tu 539 Smithfield St., Pittsburg, Pa.
0Esai?ed DENVER RANGE
Bold by all stove dealers. Manufactured by
GRAPP. JEITJGTJS fc CO.,
632 and 634 LIBERTY STREET.
TJl TTinV SCIENTIFIC
-di. C? VySk, OPTICIAN
Patentee and sole manufacturer of the Eureka
Eye Glass. No chain required. Eureka nose
blades fitted to other eye glasses.
Oculist's-presrnptions a specialty. All kind
of lenses ground and spectacles made on the
premises. 908 PENN AVENUE, PITTa
Seventeenth and Chestnut, Philadelphia.
J- O. D. LEVI8, Solicitor of Patents,
311 Fifth avenue, above Smithfield. nextLeader
office. (No delay.) Established 3Q years,
b. i t 111 ffi i i ff 1 il Pi nr
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We are oftop in need of something to aid us in house-oleaning when in a hurry, some
thing that w$ assist us doubly and do the work well; Such an aid can be found in
SAPOLIO, with whioh quick work without losaorjrTasta can ba ffonjed--th9. only.JF'M'ptifla'
toJhejBayiag. Huicjjn4jwj8U,doii!t afirfi."
Do You Get Any
There's an ample field for
many a man husbanding
money in buying clothing.
Give an impartial examina
tion to our ready-made cloth
ing alongside of what a tailor
There is nothing to be
gained in the style goods are
made up, orthefit, or the way
workmanship is donq, because
made to your order.
These considerations we
give critical attention to, and
are able to show you, not one
garment, but many, that will
fit you exactly.
This saves vexation and an
upset mind when goods don't
look so nice made up as you
thought they did in the piece.
It's reduced to a simple,
question of satisfaction in ap
pearance and service. Prices
you'll surely find lower. Do
you care to spend money need
Sixth street and Penn avenue.
OPTICAL AND MATHEMATICAL GOODS,
boeeialty Correct fitting of lenses and
frames. All styles of Spectacles and Eye
Glasses. Experienced Opticians and oar own
factory and workmen are onr inducements.
WH. E. STFEREN, Optician,
Ui SMITHFIELD ST..PITTSBUBG, PA.
Latest improved Spectacles and Eye-Glasses;
will fit any nosewitli ease ant comfort. Tba
largest and best stock of Optical Instruments
and Artificial Eyes.
KOENBLUM, Theoretical anrj
No. 50 Fifth avenue, near Wood street.
Telephone No. 1688. oe!9-DSu
CAN SUIT YOU BETTER THAN ANYONE ELSE.
SPECIAL PRICES FOR COMPARISON
600 new fine Lister's English Seal Plush Saoques, finest
Satin lining, at $15, 6315 75, 816 50 and 8319 75,
Worth from 85 to 810 more.
480 fine Lister's Seal Flush Jackets, best Satin linings,
88 25, 88 95, 89 75, 810 75, 811 45. All worth from
86 to 88 more.
These Are All Strictly Fresh Goods and Latest Styles.
The newest shapes of stylish Long Garments, includ
ing the Bishop sleeve, the new Connemara, the Direo
toire, the Pleated front, and every shape just out in New
York and Berlin. Fine garments from 89 75 to $25
The plainer long garments at 85, 86, 87 60, 88 76. AU
Pine Stockinette, Beaver, Cloth and Cheviot Jackets
for Ladies and Misses, ranging from 82 75 to ?20, This
inoludes yery stylish garments of our own importation.
MISSES' and CHILDREN'S CLOAKS.
Over 300 styles are shown here. No Buoh assort
ment to be found anywhere else, All,tbe latest novel
ties; every conceivable style, in largest variety, from 82
to $22 50. We can promise you a saving in every gar
ment . During this week we shall give away to every ons
purchasing 820 and upward in our Cloak Department
an ENCYCLOPEDIA of UNIVERSAL KNOWLEDGE,'
subscription price of whioh is 86. This Is an opportunity
to get a splendid book for nothing.
III l y " l
MILLINERY BOOM CONTINUES.
Fresh novelties daily added to our immense stock ot Millhiery.
Every shape, color, quality of Hat and Bonnet to be found here. No
use going further. Hundreds of new Trhnined Hats and Bonnets, for
your selection. We can suit both rioh and poor,
New Underwear, Woolen Goods, Furs, Dress Trim
mings, Corsets, Jewelry, Gloves, Hosiery and Gents' Fur
510, 512.514 MARKET ST.
EUne is to Imgthen Jf
PENSYIVA-NIA KAIXKOAD ON AND
arter September 21,1833. trains leave Union
station, Pittsburg, as follows, Eastern Standard
MAIN LIKE EASTTTAniX
New York and Chicago Limited of Pullman Ves
tibule daily at 7:15 , ro.
Atlantic Express dally for tne east, S:M a.m.
Man train, dairy. except Sunday, 5:3Ua. m. Sun
day, mall, 8.. m.
Day express dally at 8:00 a. m.
Mall express daily at lrtOp. m.
Philadelphia express dally at 4.S9p. m.
Eastern express dally at I U5 p. n.
JTast Line dally at 8:10 p. m.
Greenitiurir oxpreu:u p. m. rm days,
Derry express 1 1 -OO a. ra. week days.
AUtbrouKb. train connect at Jener Cltywlta
boats of "irrookJyn Annex" for Brooklyn. N. Y
avoldingdoubleferrUge and Journey through X.
"Trains arrive at Union Station as follows:
Mall Train, daily...... 8:Kp. m.'
Western Express, dally 7:45 a. m.
Pacific Express, dally 12:45 p. m.
Chicago Limited Express, dally... 8.30 p.m.
Iras t Line, dally UtsSp.ra.
SOUTHWESr PJHa BAnWAX-
For Unlontown, 5 JO ana 8.35 a, m. and 4:3 n.
m., -without change of cars: 12.50 p. rn., connect
ing at Oreensburg. -ralns arrive from Union
town at 9:43 a. m.. 12-20. and 8:10 p. m.
WEST rENNSrWANlA UlVISlUa.
From FEUEKAL BT. STATION. Allegheny city.
Mall train, connecting for BUInvllle... feiii, nv,
ExoreisTlor Malrsvllle, connecting for
Butler l:Up. ra.
Butler Accm ..8:20a. m., 2:25 and S:15d. m,
Bprltigdale Accom9.0Ml0a.in,J 30 and 6.20 p.m.
Freeport Accom.... 4:15. 8.30 and 11:40 p. m.
Un Sunday 12.50 and 8,30 p.m.
North Apollo Aeeoss 1140a. m. and 5:00 u. m.
Allegheny Junction Accommodation
connecting for Butler , tzo a. m.
Blalravllle Accommodation 10.40 p. m.
Trains arrive at FEDEKAI, STBEET STATION!
Express, connecting from Butler 10:35 a.m.
Mall Train. 1:43 p.m.
Butler Accom 8:10 a. m., 4:40 and 7.2) p. m.
Blalnvllle Accommodation 9.S2p. m.
Freenort Aeeom.7:40a.m., 1:25, 7J0andllUOp. m.
Un Snnday 10:10a. m. and 7:00 p.m.
Sprlngdale Accom... .6.37; ll:a.m.,3:25,6i30p. m.
Jfortli Apollo Accom 8:40a. m. and 5:40 p. m.
Trains leave Dnlonstatlon.Plnsdurg, asronoirsi
For Monongahela City, West Brovnsvllle and
Unlontown. 10:40 a.m. For Monongahela City and
West Brownsville, 75 and 10.40 a.m. and 4:40 p.m.
Un Sunday, 1:01 p. m. For Monoagabela City, 5:10
p. m., week days.
DravosburgAe., weekdays, S30p. m.
West Elisabeth Accommodation, 8.20a. m., 1:00.
8-20 and 11.35 p. m. Sunday, 8:40 p. m.
Ticket offices Corner Fourth avenue and Try
street and Union station,
CHAS. E. PUGH, J. K. WOOD.
uenerat manager. uen'i rass'r Agent.
PENNSYLVANIA COMPANY'S LlNEb
Sept. 22. ISSa. Central Standard Time.
As follows from Union Station: For Chlearo, d 7:28
a. m, d 12 JO, dl.OO, d7:4S, except Saturday. 11 a)
p. m.: Toledo, 1:25 a. m d 12:20. d 1:00 and except
Saturday. 11:20 p. m. ; Crestline, 5.45 a. m.: Cleve
land, 6:10 a. m., 12:45 snd d 11:05 p. m. and 7:25
a. m.. via P., F. W. & C. Ky.: New Cattle
and Voungstown, 7.43 a. m., 12.20, 3:45 p. m.;
YoungsiownandNljes, d 12:20 p. m.; Meadvllle.
Erie and Ashtabula, 7X5 a. m., 12:20 p. m.; Nile
and Jamestown, 8: p. m ; Masslllon. 4:10 p. m.:
Wheeling and Bellalre. 8-10 a. m 12:45, 1.30 p. m.:
Beaver Falls. 4-00. 6 OS p. m Beaver Falls. S 849
a. u. ; Leetsdale, 580 a. m.
ALLEGHENY Kochester, 8:30 a. ra.; Beaver
Falls, 8:15, 11.-00 a. m. I Encn, 8:03 p. m. ; Leets
dale, 10.00, 11:45 a. m., 2.-00, 4.30, 4:45,15:30, 7:00, 8:09
p.m.; Conway, 10:30p.m.: Fair Oaks, 3 11:40 a.
m. : Leetsdale, 8 8.30 p. m.
TRAINS ABKIVE Union etatlon from Chicago,
except Monday 1:50, d6 00. d6.35 a. m., d 6:50 p.
m.: loledo. except Monday Ida d 6:33a. m., 8.50
p. m. , Crestline, 2.10 p. m.; Yonngatown and
New Cattle, 9:10 a, m., 1:35, 6.50, 10:15 p. m.; Nile
and Younestown. d 6 .50 p. m. : Cleveland, d 5.50a.
m 1:25, 7:00 p. m.; Whesllng and Bellalre, 9.00
a. m 2.25, 7:0o p. m.) Erie and Ashtabula. 45,
10:15 D. m.: Masslllon, 10:00 a. m.; Miles and
Jamestown. 9:10 a. m. ; Beaver Falls. 7:30 a. m..
1:10 d. m.. Beaver Falls, S 80S p. m.; Leetsdale,
10:40" p, ra.
AURIYE AXLEGHESY-From En on, 8.00 a.
m.: Conway, 6:50; Rochester, 9:40 a. m.-. Beaver
Falls, 7:10 a. m, 5:45 p. m.: Leetsdale, 6:50, 8:15.
7:45 a, m 12.00. 1:45, JjJO, 6:30, 9.00 p. m.-. Fair
Oaks. 8 8:55 a. m. ; Leetsdale, S 6:05 p. ra.: Beaver
Falls. S 8-15 p. m.
8, Sunday only; d, dally: other trains, except
J. DIAMOND, igSSSa&r.
22 SIXTH STREET. The Eye examined free
of charge. Spectacles perfectly fitted.
ARTIFICIAL EYE8 inserted and
warranted to suit,
AND 27 FIFTH AVENUE.
KAUFMANNS' DAILY CABD
A Lady in one of our
Needs only to be seen
have such magnificent materials left the looms of sunny
France. Then hand embroidery is lavishly used on many of
the more gorgeous Overgarments, and few persons have ever
had access to the places where such garments are manufact
ured as had Mr. Henry Kaufmann in Paris this past summer.
Long Overgarments and Short Wraps; Jackets and
Coats alike are seen in the richest materials, many colorcaad,",
beautified with braiding, embroidery and fine fur trimming;
The Long Wraps have the sleeve raised at the shoulder, and,1
often the Angel Sleeve drops over the other. They are all
fitted to the form in the back, but many have marvelous; v
loose fronts in styles entirely original. i"
One superb Long Garment is in a new form of the'r&;
vived Matelasse Cloth of glossy black, with fine' Plush Collar
and Cuffs. f ,
Some of the most elegant Newmarkets are of the new a
Empire Cloth, in rich, plain shades, with double, triple and
quadruple Capes and embroidered on, velvet, figures, in
bright or harmonious shades of silk, ' 1
One- elegant Long Wrap of the new Villers Cloth, in
various shades, fs close fitting
it is plaited down the back and loose in front; side panels
reaching from shoulder fall to end of the. garment in back,
and in front forms a Zouave Jacket These panels, Jacket
and handsome girdle are richly embroidered in Grecian
Another, with handsome
made of extra fine Beavers and
way down with genuine Astrachan and Beaver. The.-priov
of this garment is only $25,
Another very popular style
It is made of Bqaver qqd YHlers Cloths in all colors arids.
shad.es, with collar, revers, pocket laps and puffed sleeves oft
fine velvet, and high cuffs of
price of this style is $22, '
One of the decided novelties in less elegant, but quite as
stylish wraps are Newmarkets in Camel's. Hair Cloths brol
caded in two shades of the same color, with yoke and sleeve
of .embroidered velvet,
Columns could be Written
Wrap3 which were selected with
the most renpwned designersof
then we cduld convey but a faint idea pf the wealth of; abso
lutely unique Overgarments shown by us, They cannot bft
seen elsewhere, for no one else of this city but Mrt-Kauf?
mann went thiq past season where these superb garmgj
are manufactured, and no one
topurchase such original and
Fifth Avenue and Smithfield Street
TnT8BUEO AND LAKE EKIE BAILBOAD
X. COMPANr-Sebednla In effeot June J, IBM,
Central time. UKAst-ilfor. aeTelsnd. 5.-00, 8:0
a. in., '1:35, -ilia S:3iiV, m. " Cincinnati, Chi
cago nd 3t. lool(,5:OOa. in15,,,9JQr..m,
tfor Buffalo, 8:00 a, m., -1;0, 9.Xv- VZ, Tor Sala
manca, m 00 a. ra.. i:i0p. m- Far oanntown
snd AeirUastle, 5.-00, 'SOU, ltr.lS a. m., l:, 4:10,
3;!0 n. m. for Bearer Fills. 5:00. S.00. 8:50.
10:15 . ., "1:35. 3:30, silfl. 3:15, 9:3flp. m. for
Ctiartleri. 8:00, vao a. .. S5, o:a a. tsh,
8,05, 8.30. SS. 10:15 a. m., 12.05, l2M3,
:!. 3 .30, t:SX 4;S) 'SilS, 8.15, HAS, ladBp.nv
LBsnrs-tfrom ClereUncJ, t JO s. m , "paa,
5.35. 1:53, 8:W p. rn. From Cincinnati, Cblcacs
ana Bt. loom, -iz:w, 7:55 p. m. jrrom jjansio,
3i a. m., 11:3,0, Shod. m. 7rom Ualamaa.
ca. '12:30. 1:ii p, rn. From Toanjstown and
rjetr Cattle. :30, 9(20 a, m '11:30, 5. !&
S:p. m. FromBeayer Palls. 1:23, t:X, 730, (ra
a, m.. 12.30, 1:10, 5:35, T.53, 9:40 p, nj. P
U. A Y. trains from Mansfield, S. a. m., 3:50,
4:50 p. m. For Essen and JJefctimont, 3:30 a,
m., 3:30 p. m. 1'.. O. Y. trains from iln
field. Essen and Beccbmont. 7.0S ..in 11:59 a. w,
If. MqK, & V. K. H. -UFABT-For Ntir HaTen,
S.39a, m. 3:3lp. m. Vof Vest Jleirtop, 5:30,
10.05 a. D!., 3:30, 5ll5p. m. AWHYl-Itom Kei
Haven, 7:50 a. m., aKXJ p, m. yrom West New
ton, 8:15. rr-M a. m., Iil5, 3 00 p. ra. For Mo
Keeiport, Elliabeth and Monongahela City, 3t3S,
10.05 s. m., 3.30, 1:15 p.m. From Monongahfla
C'ltT, laizatietn and HeKeetport, V-J0 a.m., 1ZZ,
'5:00 p. m.
llallr. fgnndiTg only, t Will tub one h,oot
lite on Banday. 1 Will ran two hotn lata oa
pnnday. City ticket office. (39 Smltafleld street.
PITKjBOKO ANlJ OASTLKSUANNONR. R.
Sqmmer, Tim Table. Un and after May t.
1SSIV nntjl farther notice, trains will rnnasfullows
on eyry day, -except Sspnday, Eastern standard
timet tylne l'irtjlirg-a0 a, m,,7H0a,m,,
IM a.m.. (:3b a. m., ll'Ta. m.. l:p. m., 3:lpl
m., 5:10- P. m.. 8:50 p. in., (:3a p. to., 9:30 p. m.,
ll:p. m. Arllnrton-5140 a. m., IJOa. m., 7:10
a. m SiOa. m., ioaoa. m., lies p. m., 2:40 p.m.,
4SDp. m 8:10 p. m.. 1.50 p, m., 7:10s. m., 10:3)
p.m. Hnnday trains, leaTtng-Jr'UJsbarg-lOa.m..
120 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 5:10 p. m, 7:10 p. m, 9:30
p. m Arilagton-9:UU)B13tB-i40p.Bi! M
p.m. :3Qp. mM 83p. m.
JOHN HSS. Sapt.
DnTSHUB AND WSJtJUW KAIWAK
Day Ex.. Akron. fnlerto, Kane
7:37 p m
n: a m
Dew uuue Aeeommooa
En tier and Foibnrg- Ac
,.... (bv in
,i ittvn hi
aea. ;m p m
...... !: n M
OF REASON, N0Y. 5&2.
Newmarkets attired,- -.,
to be admired.
it is tne cold, unvarn
ished truth thatneyer4be--,.
fore were such goods' ad?
can now h coon iv,
Kaufmanns' Cloak De
partm'ent brought to Pitts
burg. And never before
at the back and loose in front; j
loose front and imitationvest'
Cheviots, trimmed .all'Cth
is the one illustrated abovt?
same material as garment The
about the other elegant Long
as much taste and care from?
Paris and Berlin, and evenl
else would nave the coura;
artistic - creations to be solou
BAI.TXMOK5 AND OHIO KAILROAD
8cbedalelnefectMayl2,13ffl. For Wublac
ton. 11. a, Baltimore, Tblladdphla and Neir
York, 8H a. m.. and 9ao p. m. For Can
berland, 'SKB a. m., JliB, taS p. m.For Con
nellarllle, J8:40 and 10 a. m., tlKK. ttM
and 90 p. m. For Unlontown, ts:40, 3.-O0s.m
tl o and J4.-00 p. m. For Slannt Fleasant, ts.40 and
:Q0a. m and tlP and 44.09 p. m. For
Washington, fa., 6:45; aVS . 2. ,
i.niyP' m' or Wbeellas. 1:0, 3: nu
5:35, 80 p.m. For Cincinnati nd St. tool.
4i45a. m.. 3:30p.m. ForColambns. 6:43and(i40
!; S'vT'i?' " " For Newark. "SW a. m,
2:a8a0p.m. For Chicago, "aS. $9.49 a. m..
3 :3S and 8i p. m. Trains axrlre from Nsw
York, Fbiladelpbla, Baltlmoro and Washlngtoa,
. a. m. and a)p.5i, From Colnmbns, Cla
elnnatland Cnlcago. 1:48 a. m. and'SSOp, m,
FromWheellng. f-4a, 109 a. m, $5:00, iffio p.
ra. Tbropgh sleeplnjt cars to Baltimore, TV
lnjrton and Cincinnati.
Wheeling accommodation. StSO a. m.. Snnday
only. ConneilsTllla aeeommodation at 13: a. ra,
JiTl. JPllrxeeW Sunday, jSunday ,onlT
Tbe tfutibnrg Transfer Company will call for
and check baggafe from hotels and residences
wpoaorders left at B. & O. Ticket yflce, corner
Fmh ayenne and Wood street. CHArf. O,
BCULL. Gen. FaskAgt. J.T.ODKIX, Gen.Jlgr.
TjANUANULE BOUTE. jnLT A
X station, Cenwal Standard Tta.
Cincinnati and St. Inula, d 7:30 a,m dOO and
d 11:11 D. ra. DennKon? 1-M. n. m. Coicsgo,
11:05, dllili p. m. WliesUng, 7 X . U38,
8:10p.m. Btinbesiyilie. ItiaZ m. Wu.h&fton.
(rfB, 1:35a. m.,15,iaa,4:U,4J5p. m. Bulger. W:ta
a. m. rinrgeRstown. ail:35a.m- saap. "v,3";!
fleld, fslA.Jiiao, Urtoa. m lioa. eo. d sat-ia-3K
p-m. ueuonaiv, A4U5, d9iup. m.
Vrnm thf, W a .fft An-tn . n? 3S
p.in. ,llcnnlso,i. naa.w, Btnbenrule, 5:(
WhMlln 9 1.J-. . 1 an.m. CI
town. Mia. m..83.-(
,,-...-,,, ;-sli i-LTJUi satf.M :4
ja.m. vwiuiww jri-si
8M0, 10:M a. mi , :45 p. ra. ?wfl,a3ff- ,
8j30, 11(40 a. n .-; 33, rf and 9 aP.i
Bnl!, lH0p,m. MclJoiuldJ, dJ5 s, nu, d
D. ra. w?.--j - i'
d daOrt Bsailay onlyt otter -catas, cxeeH
A T.T.IStimw . mr Rin.HOAIt
Atntaa Imts Dnion autlon (Eutern 8ta4Ha
tan)t KltteaslM; Ac a, m.: Niagara arzj
nm'i.u: MiSiriiai-mim, .
rBflia rtottw UMathiira Ae..iWDaM.iMar
ji-.SErt.. i -nssfl