Pittsburg dispatch. (Pittsburg [Pa.]) 1880-1923, November 08, 1889, Page 5, Image 5

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'AH EX-WIFE'S WOES.
Her Former Husband Accuses Her of
Bothering His New Better Half,
HAVING HER OFTEN ARRESTED.
A Wealthy Philadelphia Physician's
Marital Troubles Aired.
HIS DIYOECED WIFE TELLS HER STOET.
Ete Bajs Ebe is Ttrtec&ti In Order to Make Eer
Leare ttoCitj.
Dr. Erwin Agnew, a wealthy Phila
delphia physician, has had his divorced
wife arrested for assault and battery on the
present 3Irs. Agnew. Mrs. Agnew No. 1
insists that she is persecuted, that she has no
friends to take her part, and that her former
husband wishes to set her out of the city.
rSFECIAI. TEtXGKAK TO TD DISFATCK.1
Philadelphia, NoTcmber 7. The
matrimonial woes of Dr. Erwin Agnew, a
very wealthy and fashionable physician liv
ing on Arch street, above Nineteenth, one
of the most aristocratic neighborhoods in
the city, and his divorced wife, were made
public to-day. Dr. Erwin Agnew, who is a
cousin of the celebrated surgeon, D. Hayes
Agnew, had his former wife arrested on the
charge of assault and battery on the present
Mrs. Agnew. A hearing was set down for
to-day, before Magistrate Pole, but it did
not take place, and it is probable that Dr.
Agnew has thought better of it and will not
press tbe charges.
The divorced wife, who was married to
Dr. Agnew 21 years ago, and whose maiden
name was Mary Kelleher, is an attractive,
well-preserved woman, who lives at present
at 229 North Twelfth street She said to
day: "I was married to Dr. Agnew on
August 27, 1868, by Kev. Father Strubbel,
of St Mary's Church. The marriage cere
mony was private, only the clergyman and
his "servant being in attendance. Dr.
Agnew not being a Catholic, we were sub
sequently married by a Presbyterian minis
ter in Boston. "We lived together for some
time in Philadelphia and in Wynnewood,
on tbe Pennsylvania Railroad.
THE SEEPEKT Kf EDEN.
"During our residence at Wynnewootl I
discovered that my husband was keeping
company with Mrs. Stewart, nee Mary
Hudson, whose former husband now keeps
a butcher shop on North Thirteenth street
This led to quarrels between my husband
and me, and resulted in the commencement
of divorce proceedings against me. As he
could bring nothing against my moral
character, he alleged violence and incom
patibility of temper. The proceedings of
the divorce suit were carried on privately, in
Lawyer Hurst's office, May 6, 1882.
"I was induced to sign papers which I
supposed provided for separation and sup
port, bnt I was afterward informed that he
bad obtained a legal divorce. He trans
ferred a big amount of property to me, ns he
was very rich, but when I found that a
divorce had been obtained it made me nearly
frantic, as I believed my husband's oaject
was to marry the Mrs. Stewart whom I Jiave
referred to. The supposition turned out to
be true, as my husband. Dr. Agnew, after-w-rd
married her, and is now living with
her. One of his children died, and one,
"Willie, 11 years old, you see, is now living
with me.
"Since his marriage to Mrs. Stewart the
doctor has had me arrested several times lor
slander, but I was discharged. Last De
cember he had me
AEBESTEi) AND BOUND OVEE
to keep the peace. This time he had me ar
rested lor assault and battery, of which I
am innocent Last Sunday I visited the
church which he attends, ana was placed in
the uae pew with him and his wife. He
ielt annoyed at my presence, especially as I
could not help turning around when the
minister referred to the violation of the ten
commandments.
"He has set detectives after me, who are
continually dogging my footsteps. I have
no friends or relatives in this country to
take my part I feel much worried, and
wish I were dead. This arrest is nothing
more than a persecution, as he wishes to get
me out of the city."
"Whenever Dr. Agnew had his wife ar
rested beiore, he had influence enough with
the police and the magistrate to have a pri
vate hearing to keep the matter secret He
expressed a good deal of chagrin to-day
when be found the matter had got out, but
he declined to make any statement except
to say that he did not propose to allow his
former wile to annoy his present one.
THE EEIE CANAL COMMISSION.
A Preliminary Blectinc Held at Which
Routes Were Diicuiied.
The first regular meeting oi the Erie Ship
Canal Commission was held in the office of
Captain John A. Wood yesterday afternoon.
The members of the commission present
were Chairman John A. "Wood, J. M. Good
win, of Mercer county; Hon. "W. S. Shallen
berger, of Beaver, and Colonel Thomas P.
Roberts, of this city Mr. Eben Brewer,
editor of the Erie Dispatch, was absent on
account of sickness in his family.
The meeting was rather of an informal
character, the only business transacted be
ing the discussion of preliminary matters
looking toward the appointment of sub
committees to attend to specific duties. The
idea is to have a committee of one appointed
to inquire into the several interests of the
lake and river commerce, and to investigate
the two routes proposed with a view to
recommending one of them.
ine enterprise is Deginning to assume
very large proportions. It is now regarded
as not only a benefit to Western Pennsyl
vania, but also to many States in the North
west Colonel Roberts said yesterday:
"The benefit a canal from Pittsburg to
Lake Erie will be to the States in the North
west is incalculable."
The route proposed for the canal will re
ceive the first attention of the commission.
One of these routes is by way of Rochester,
Beaver, New Castle, up the Beaver and
Shenango valleys to Erie. The other is up
the Allegheny river to Franklin river and
French creek. The commission will go over
the two proposed routes at an earlv date for
the purpose of making an examination of
them.
The meeting yesterday was interrupted by
a telegram notifying Chairman "Wood that
one of his boats had stranded at Marietta,
which called him away. Tbe meeting then
adjourned to meet at the call of the Chair
man. WANT A SEW CHAETEE.
The Humane Society Will Ask Jgsl Per
mission to Branch Out.
An application will be made to the local
courts next week by the Humane Society
for a charter under the corporation act of
1874. Heretofore the society has been car
rying on its business as an auxiliary of the
Philadelphia society, but the desire is now
to have an individual charter, and the pur
pose is to extend tbe attention of tbe society
to the prevention of cruelty to aged people,
as well as to children and animals.
The new society will be known as the
"Western Pennsylvania Humane Society.
It will have the right to establish branch
agencies thoughout thewestem counties,
and to carry on its business the same as
heretofore.
Hapld Dentins ol the Ilfart.
Whenever you leel an uneasiness in tbe
region or the heart a slight pain in the sumildcr,
arm, or under the shoulder-blade, or when you
find yourself short of breath when exercising
or your heart has periods ot beating last, you
have heart disease, and should take Dr. Flint's
Remedy. Descriptive treatise with each bottle;
or address Mack Drug Co., N. Y. xwr
INDUSTEY'S WONDERS.
Continued from 7hlrd Page.
sounding of a whistle blown by compressed
air.
A signal valve is placed on each ear, and
almost instantaneous signals are given on
the locomotive by the operation of this
valve.
The signal is in use on many of the lead
ing roads in this country.
The Novelty Steel Wheel Co.
This practically indestructible wheel is
specially adapted to dry climates, and
should wear at least five times as long as a
wheel of wood. All its parts are tubular,
can be easily repaired, and its peculiar con
struction renders it fully as elastic as a
wooden wheel. It is finished in enamel,
furnace baked, much more durable than
painting. The specimen on view is indeed
a novelty, and the circular issued furnishes
full explanations. Office, room 204 Bissell
Block. Telephone 517. The factory is
located at Bissell station, B. & O. B. B.
The Johnston Harvester
Is the only specimen of agricultural ma
chinery on view in Mechanical Hall. But
it is a host in itself, and has taken first prize
at the Paris Exposition. The binder is in
full active operation, throwing out bundles of
straw securely tied, ready for shipment
The Pan-Americans found much of interest
in watching its movements and studying its
scientific construction.
Pan-American Carrlnse Exhibit.
Among the thousand and one beautiful
and entertaining sights in the exhibition,
none are more admired than the lovely Dex
ter exhibits of phaeton and light buggy,
mounted on the celebrated Dexter Fairy
Queen rear. In fact, these two vehicles
seem to include the whole carriage exhibit,
and they have been well chosen to represent
the useful as well as ornamental, and are
just such vehicles as would be most useful to
our neighbors of the other American States,
and we bespeak for them a most carefnl ex
amination by our honored guests.
The Dexter buggy is noted for its dura
bility and easy motion, as shown by the
large sale of Broadway Queens in nse in
Pittsburg and the United States generally.as
well as in Australia and other foreign
countries.
Mr. Grier, the proprietor, extends a
cordial invitation to the members of the
Pan-American Congress, as well as others,
to visit the Dexter factory at Hulton, Pa.,
where every facility will be given to ex
amine the fine quality and workmanship of
the Dexter gear.
DIAMOND WIDENING CLAIM8.
J. K. Weldln 6c Co. Want 27,750 for Their
Leasehold Bllnor Damages.
The hearing of claims for damages through
the widening of Diamond alley was taken
up by the Board of Viewers, yesterday fore
noon. The claimants who appeared were
mostly butchers, who have stalls in the
market on the line to be occupied by the
street Their claims were made conditioned
that they were not supplied with other
stands, equally as good as those they occupy
at present; if they get such stands they will
claim nothing.
The claims they made were as fol
lows: Joseph Harrison, $10,000; "William
Mclntyre, 510,000; George Pabst, $5,000;
Charles Lampes, ?5,000; William Ev
ersman, ?2,500; Emmert P. Hof
field, $10,000; E. Ji Eckstein, $10,000;
John Kitte'rlv, $10,000; J. A. Roberts,
$2,500; John Hoffman,$10.000; John Carver,
$5,000; George Etzel, $5,000; "William Rotte
and "William Peters demanded new stands,
but claimed no fixed amount; Albert
Kemich, $5,000; M. M. Fried & Co., $2,800
they claimed to do a business of $115,000
per year; E. A. Reineman, $16,000; Jacob
Craig, $8,000; Jacob Kaut, $3,500 he
claims he paid that amount recently lor tbe
good-will of the stand he occupies; E. J.
Heinrich, $2,000; L. H. Schlelemger, $10,
000; James Cnsswell, $2,000, George Beil,
$10,000; Fred Hoimeyer, $5,000; Andrew
Grulich, $1,500; G. C. Dellenbaugh, $5,000;
"W. H. Gledhill, fish and oysters, $6,000.
H. Lee Mason, representing Jas. R.
"Weldin & Co., put in a claim of $27,750, of
which a leasehold on the buildings they
occupy, at the corner of "Wood and Dia
mond streets, tor five years and nine months
at $7,400 per year, is one of the principal
factors. They claim damages because they
will have to move to a smaller building
which will compel them to give up one
class of their trade, because they will lose
trade by moving into a small building, be
cause they lose a great advantage by mov
ing from a building in which their business
has been established 27 years, and because
they will have to purchase a complete new
set of store furniture and shelving.
Thomas H. Rose & Bro. put in a claim of
$22,985 on their shoe stores, 19 and 21 Dia
mond street They say they will lose on
their leases, on the damage to their stock by
removal, and on the loss of trade by moving
from a stand they have occupied 22 years.
C. C. Fawcett representing Fawcett &
Milligan, 31 Diamond street, queensware,
put in a claim for $10,000 and William
France & Son, groceries, corner Diamond
street and Market Square, claimed $10,800.
The meeting adjourned until next Thurs
day morning.
Now is tbe Time
You can own a handsome overcoat, manu
factured from imported chinchilla, English
kersey or stylish cheviot, cut also in ulsters
and box coats, well made and trimmed, with
express regard for wear, such as are usuallv
sold for $23, at the bargain price of $11,
eleven dollars, to-day. P. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
Court House. ,
C. Baeuerlein Brewing Co., Ben
netts, Pa., brewers of "Wiener, standard and
Kulmbacher lager beer. mwp
Cash paid for old gold
Hauch's, No. 295 Fifth ave.
and silverat
"WTSU
A glass of F. &V.'s Iron City beer at
night insures quiet sleep.
FINE watches a specialty, low prices a
certainty, at Hauch's, No. 295 Fifth ave.
tVTSU
CATARRH
Is a complaint which affects nearly everybody,
more or less. It originates in a cold, or succes
sion of colds, combined with Impure blood.
Disagreeable flow from the nose, tickling In the
throat, offensivo breath, pain over and between
the eyes, ringing and bursting noises in the
cars, are the more common symptoms. Catarrh
is cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla, which strikes
directly at Its cause by removing all impurities
from the blood, building up the diseased tissues
and giving healthy tone to the whole system.
"For several years I have been troubled with
that terribly disagreeable disease, catarrh. I
took Hood's Sarsaparilla with the very best re
sults. It cured roe of that continual dropping
in ray throat, and stuffed-up feeling. It has
also helped my mother, who has tasen it for
rnn down state of health and kidney trouble. I
recommend Hood's Sarsaparilla to all as a good
medicine." MBS. a D. Heath, Putnam, Conn.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
Sold by all druggists. Jl; six for $5, Prepared
only by C. L HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar '
BLOOKER'S DUJCH COCOA.
150 CUPS FOB St
CHOICEST, PUREST. BEST. TRY IX
JeSt-KTTT
I BEEGHAM'S PILLS I
I m k WEAK STOMAOH.
aaMaMiaaSaliaJrU0CIST8' I
FOR NERVOUSNESS
Use Horalord'a Acid Phosphate.
Dr. W.C.Hanscome.Minneapolis,Minn., Ts:
I used it in a case of acnte rheumatism, dur
ing convalescence; the particular symptoms I
wished to relieve were sleeplessness and ner
vousness, and the results were all 1 desired."
Notrli the Time
You can own a handsome overcoat, manu
factured from imported chinchilla, English
kersey or stylish cheviot, cut also in ulsters
and box coats, well made and trimmed, with
express regard for wear, such as are usually
sold for $23, at the bargain price of $11,
eleven dollars, to-day. i". J. ti. o.,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp,
Court House.
, the new
WALL PAPERS.
Wholesale and Retail.
The largest and most carefully selected-
line of goods in the city.
Ceumeine, Bane & Bassett.
B.&B.
Not our loss we bought them at a great
bargain 50-mch broadcloths at 75 cts., in
bronzes, navy blues elegant quality.
Bog os & Buhl.
Don't let whiskv get the best of you, but
get the best of whis'ky. Klein's Silver Age
rye onlv $1 50 per full quart For sale
everywhere. Ask for it mot
Dolls given away Worth from 25c to
$2, with purchases in all departments this
week. Busy Bee Hive, Sixth and Liberty.
"What drink is the most healthful and re
freshing? F. &V.'s Pittsburg beer. All
dealers.
Orerconts.
Montenac, chinchilla and kersey overcoats
ready made and to order, at Pitcaim's, 434
"Wood street. "WT
Sfnrrinffo Licensee Granted Yesterday.
Karat. Beildraee.
5 John Mam Plttsbnr
I Mary Fremier mttibura-
JWaltonJUBh&wkey Ford City
Annie frhlte McKeesport
J Nicholas Bestic Mlllvale
( Catherine Orllc Mlllvale
t John W. Hamson Penn township
I illntie Lonjr Penn township
5 Georue B. DoddJ Allegheny
i Lizzie Merrer Pittsburg
J John Knobloch Allegheny
(Lizzie Hoffman Allegheny
( Albert Frayer Plttsbmn;
l Caroline Schaefer Pittsburg
i Thomas Mangan New York, N. Y.
J Ernestlna (Jueckberner New York, N. Y.
5 Johns. Collins Allegheny
(Ida M. Creighton Auegneny
(John Donahue Pittsburg
MaryHanley PltUburg-
J William Davison Sewickley
Jane Knox Allegheny
( Leonard E. Hlllman Marshal township
( Margaret Sarver McCandless township
(James O'Brien Pittsburg
I Maggie O'Brien - Allegheny
( William P. Fltzslmmons PIttibnrg
I Lizzie M. Henry Pittsburg
( Milton D. Lemmon Westmoreland county
J Nettle O. Wright Westmoreland county
(James Walter. Pittsburg
I Clara Smith Pittsburg
( Bernard McQroden Allegheny
(MaryLappan Pittsburg
( William Calvery Sterrltt township
Ida Waechter Allegheny
( Alfons Gfroever Oakdale
I Catherine Baehrlnger Oakdale
( John H. Selferth Pittsburg
( Barbara M. Elchmlller Pittsburg
I John H. Kline Allegheny
Lizzie A. Geltz Mlllvale
(JohnGcrgely PltUbsrg
Mary Harcavlck Pittsburg
J Frederick lllig Allegheny
Aunle Kern Allegheny
( William Gllmore .Bradaock
Mary A. Wymard Itraddock
( Samuel Flemmlng McKetSport
Lena Ullg McKcesport
( Adolf Klrchner Allegheny
Mary Pell Allegheny
HARRIED.
WILLETTS K1LPATRICK On Thursday
evening, November 7, 18S9, bv the Rev. Howard
Grose, Mr. Edward Willbtts and Miss Ida
Kilfatbick.
PHILLIPS LYTIiE On Thursday evening,
October 7. 1SS9, at the residence of the bride's
parents, Hawkins station, P. R. R., by Rev. 8.
J. Fisher, Dr. Charles J. Phillips, of this
city, andMARQARET, daughter of H.M. Lytic,
Esq.
DIED.
COOK On Thursday, November 7, 18S9, at 5
f. si., John B. CooK,former residence, Sharps
burg, in his 80th year.
Funeral from the residence ot his son-in-law,
PeterStroub.Dresden alley, between Fifty-first
and Fifty-second streets, on Sunday at 2 p, ir.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 3
HENDERSON At Sheridan, P., C. t St. L.
R. R., on Thursday. November 7, 1889. at 4
a. m., Elizabeth Pabkhtll, wife of David
Henderson.
Services at tbe family residence on Friday,
November 8, at 1 o'clock p. M. Interment
private.
MUHL On Thursday, November 7, 1889. at
6.50 p. jl, Henry Mubl, aged 60 years, at his
residence, 203 Juniata street, Allegheny.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
MAOSARLANE On Thursday. November
7, J8S9. at 9 P.M., attheresidence of the parents,
S617 Butler street, HARRIS EWALT, oldest child
of Dr. J. W. and Ida J. Macsarlane, nee Wain
right, aged 6 years 3 months 19 days.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
McKENRY On Wednesday, November 6,
18S9, at 10 o'clock P. M., GAYLORD MCKknry,
in bis list year.
Funeral from his late residence, 2007 Penn
avenue., on Friday, November 8, at 2 o'clock
p. m. Interment private.
McCREA At her home, in Ohio township,
Wednesday morning, November 6, Mrs. Elea
nor McCrea, In the 81st vear of her age.
Funeral on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Carriages will be in waiting at Emsworth sta
tion on arrival of Bearer Falls accommodation,
leaving Allegheny at 9:15 city time. 2
NESTLER On Thursday. November 7. 1889.
at 3 a. si., Mrs. Mary Ann Nestlrr, in her
70th year.
Funeral fromherlate residence, 1910 Wharton
street, Southslde, Twenty-sixth ward, on Sat
urday morning. Services at St Michael
Church, Pius street Friends o'f the family
are respectfully invited to attend.
O'HERRON On Wednesday. November 6,
1889, at 7 a.il, John O'Herbon, aged 37
years.
Funeral from his late residence, Penn ave
nue, between Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth
streets, on Friday, 8th Inst, at 2 P. H. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to at
tend. 2
STEWART On Wednesday morning, No
vember 6, 18S9, at 4 o'clock. Henry Stewart,
in his 45th year.
Funeral services at his late residence. 23
Fifth street, on FRIDAY AFTERNOON at 2
o'clock. Interment private later.
WOODS On Wednesday morning. Novem
ber 6, 1689, at 11 o'clock. William h. Woods,
son of the late Dr. William & Woods.
Funeral services at 10.30 o'clock Friday
MORNING at the residence of his grandmother,
Mrs. Margaret H. Black, No. 218 Col tart square,
Pittsburg. Interment at Sewickley on arrival
of train leaving Union station at 1:30 P. M.
ANTHONY MEYEB,
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Lira..)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Offloe and residence, 1134 Penn arcane. Tele
phone connection. mylO-tJO-MWFSu
JAMES M. FULLERTOJi,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Street.
Telephone 1153.
ap27-82-WFSu
For Most Exauisite Flowers,
GRAND DECORATfVE PLANTS, TREES
BULBS. ETC GO TO
JOHN R. &A. MURDOCH,
508 Smithfield Street.
Telephone 239. seM-irwr
FLORAL EMBLEMS.
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND SMDLAX
A.. M. J". B. MXTBDOCH,
r n BMITHF1ELD ST.
OX Telephone 429. deB-H-Mwr
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Insurance Co, ef North America,
Losses adjusted sad paid DJ WILLIAM L.
JONES. 84 Fourth areaue.
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WEDDING - PRESENTS,
"We have now In stock the largest assort
ment of SOLID SILVER ARTICLES and
fine MANTEL and CABINET ORNA
MENTS that we have ever had. If you
are looking for a "WEDDING PRESENT
we know we will have something to suit
yon at our NEW STORE,
37 FIFTH AVENUE.
WATTLES & SHEAFER.
JBWBLERa
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T.M.LATIMER'S
Brussels and
Ingrain
Carpetings
are of endless variety and choicest designs.
Lowell's. Bielow's, Hartford's and any other
good makes you can name.
Art Squares,
English styles, the latest ideas, In any size
here, also Fur Rugs.
Lace Curtains,
Portieres and Poles are In endless variety and
challenge your admiration.
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Streets, Allegheny, Pa,
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Winter Boots in Pebbles,
either bright or somber
finish in uppers soles
flexible double or tap
fitting precise Every
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Every shape.
Regular value, $i oo
above our price.
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Market St, Entrance 430-436.
Braddock House, 916 Braddock Ave,
no3-,wrsu
PATTERN
0PE2OTG OF WINTER
MILLINER!
Latest Paris, London and New York
styles Trimrred Pattern Bonnets
and Hats, Untrimmed
Hats,Fancy Feathers,
Velvets, Ribbons,
Etc., Etc.
Thursday : and : Friday,
NOV. 7 AND 8.
HOME & WARD,
41 FIFTH AVE.
MOURNING MILLINERY.
Crape and Nuns Veiling. Bon
nets and Veils furnished on short
notice.
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ANCHOR REMEDY COMP'NY,
829 LD3EETY STREET,
Anchor
specialties,
Rheumatic
Catarrh
Remedy,
Remedy,
KIDNEY REMEDY,
isia Remedr. Beef. Wine
and Iron, Beef, Wine Iron and
Cocoa. Cod Liver OIL Sarsanarilla,
ver Pills. Liniment, and extra lartre strength
ening plasters. We have thousands of testi
monials from people who hare used the
ANCHOR REMEDIES
and all commend tbem as being the best prep
arations in the market. We guarantee satis
faction in all cases where the directions are
carefully followed, bc18-mwf
THE MERCANTILE AGENCY
R. G. Dun & Co.,
Qennanla Bank Ball dine, 423 Wood street, cor
ner of Diamond, Pittsburg. Pa.
This establishment supplies all necessary
information as to the standing, responsibility,
etc., of business men throughout North Amer
ica. It is the oldest and by far the most com
plete and extensive system ever organized for
the accommodation of Banking and Mercantile
Interests and the General Promotion and Pro
tection of Trade.
Debts Collected and Legal Business Attended
to throughout the North American Couttneat,
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WINTER
MILLINERY
Soils 1 Ms
EXTRAOR
DINARY PRICES FOR
CARPETS,
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To reduce stock we offer a
large number of patterns of
MOQUETTES,
w"lh $1.50,
At
$1-00 .
$1,25,
And
This offering consists of ex
cellent patterns in the best
quality of Moqtiettes, and can
not last long, as soon as this
umisual opportunity for house
keepers becomes generally
known.
Come early for a good choice.
-
Besides our regular line of Body
Brussels at 85c, we now offer a large
variety of handsome patterns and
colorings and best quality of Brom
ley, Lowell, Hartford and Bigelow
BODY BRUSSELS
Reduced
FROM
$i&f$L40
TO
11.00
Also a good assortment of
best All-Wool
EXTRA SUPERS
Reduced
From HZ
CTS. to VXCTS.
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PAULSON BROTHERS.
SHOULDER CAPES
In Seal, Astrakhan, Persian Lamb, Black,
Lynx, Alaska Sable, Monkey, 4n the latest
French patterns, puff shoulders, roll collars, at
the lowest prices. See our Genuine Monkey
Capes, 15-in. long, at 122. Genuine Monkey
Muffs at $3 SO. Genuine Monkey Collars at II SO.
SEAL SACQUES, WRAPS AND
JACKETS,
all styles.
Genuine Seal London Dyed,
close-fitting Jacket at 97 for a short time only.
Also Seal Wraps at S100. The finest grade of
Alaska Seal Sacqne, regular length, 200.
Sole Agents for the celebrated Treadwell
Sacques, mahogany dye, warranted 12 years.
Genuine Seal Capes, 15-in. long, puff Shoulders,
rolling collars, J45.
PAULSON BROS.,
441 WOOD STREET,
Fur Manufacturers.
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Established 1832.
BROOM CORN.
Broom Manufacturers Supplies
PEANUTS.
ROBERT DICKEY & CO,
77 WATER ST. AND 80 PEtST AVE.
Telephone 198. s284Mnrr
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NEWMARKETS!
No such values have ever
been presented in Pittsburg
as we show this season. Every
garment is tailor-made and
perfect fitting. We mention
only a few of the many styles
comprised in our endless va
riety. Fine all-wool Newmarkets, tailor-made,
satin facing, open seams, sewed with silk,
bell sleeves, worth (12, our price $5 87.
Fine Jacquard Cloth Newmarket, direc
toire style, very handsomely finished, tailor
made, fan plaited back, a stylish and de
sirable garment worth SIS, our price $7 98.
One hundred very fine Beaver Cloth New
markets, in all styles, trimmings exquisite
and tbe general look of tbe garments grand,
in all colors and shades, others ask $18, our
price $12.
About 60 Imported Long Garments in
different cloths, elegant materials and
finish, simply beautiful, all styles, worth
$25, our price $15.
PLUSH GARMENTS.
As we handle only first qualities of Lon
don Dyed Seal Plushea we guarantee every
garment we sell to be perfect in material,
fit, finish and style.
London Dyed Seal Flush Jackets, $8 67,
$11 49, $15.
London Dyed Seal Plush "Wraps, $9,
$11 B0, $18.
London Dyed Seal Flush Sacques, $15 98,
$18, $20.
All made with the best quilted satin lin
ings, chamois skin pockets, and real seal
ornaments. Call and see them, whether
you wish to purchase or not. We are will
ing and anxious that you compare our
goods and prices with other houses for we
feel confident of the result.
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(Millinery Parlors second floor.)
Our Untrimmed Millinery Stock Is celebrated
for the newest of shapes, tbe richest of colors,
the best of qualities 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
Humming Birds.
Parrots and Wings.
In Trimmed Millinery we show the latest ana
most novel ideas in Hats, Bonnets and Turbans
an innumerable variety of Btyles, and all at
our famous low prices.
Ill k SHOE
Sixth St. and Penn Ave,
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Grand Double Opening.
MILLINERY AND CLOAKS.
Finest Display of the Season.
Don't miss seeing our
Fur-:- Department.
Beplete with all that Is seasonable and stylish
in Muffs, Stoles, Boas and Capes.
OCR NEW COOK BOOK, 25c.
Fleishman & Co.,
PITTSBURG, PA.
N. B. Dolls given away to all purchasers In
onr Infant Department for TWO DAYS
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SWISS RIBBED UNDERWEAR
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CHILDREN, LADIES AND MEN
The most complete line ever shown, and at
WONDERFULLY LOW PRICES. Come and
see them.
CHILDREN'S VESTS, high neck, long
sleeves, White and Natural, 23c, 60c. 75c, 1 2a;
pantalettes to match. These are In Balbriggan,
Merino, All-wool and Bilk.
LADIES' VESTS, L. N. N. S.. H.N.N. 8.,
H. N. L. 9., white, scarlet and natural, Sic 4So,
75c. fl, Jl 25.11 60k H 85, J2, J3 25. SO, S3 25
and up; drawers to match, in Balbriggan,
Merino and All-wool.
MEN'S SHIRTS, lone and short sleeves,
White, Ecru and Natural. 2 and $3 60, drawers
to match. These are All-wool.
CHILDREN'S COMBINATION SUITS,
White and Natural, at SI, 11 60, W 75, 12 85,
S3 30, in Merino and All-wool, plain and ribbed.
LADIES' COMBINATION SUITS. White
and Natural, at $2 10, J3 75, 25, JS, $7 25, In
Merino, All-wool and Silk, plain and ribbed.
Also full lines of plain underwear from 60c
up.
SEVERAL HOSIERY BARGAINS
for Children, Ladies and Men is Cashmere
that will pay you to see at once.
Open till 9 P. M. Saturdays.
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710 Penn avenue, 710.
PENN BUILDING.
Between Seventh and Eighth sts.
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PHOTOOBAPHEH, 18 SIXTH STBEEt
A fine, largo Cray on portrait I8 60; see them
before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets. U and
I8 60 per down. PRO JiPI JDEUVEBX
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Extra Bargains in Suits
for Children, Suits for
Boys, Suits for Men.
Recent large purchases at very
favorable prices enable us to offer
extraordinary inducements In
Suits of all styles and sizes.
One and two-piece Silt Suits,
sizes from 2 to 6 years, prices now
82 60, 82 75, 83, 83 50, 83 75 and
84. This is the largest and nobbiest
line of Kilt Suits in the two cities,
and tasteful and economical
mothers will find no difficulty In
selecting therefrom.
Boys' Short -Pant Suits, sizes
from 4 to 15 years, prices from 82
up. Special Sale of a lot of Brown
Plaid Suits, good for school wear,
ana sold earlier at 83 25 NOW
ONLY 82 75. Also an all-wool
double breasted Suit at 84 50; un
excelled for quality or wear.
In Men's.Suits in plain any fancy
Cheviots, Oassimeres and "Wors
teds, in Sacks and Cutaways, we
are offering unapproachable values
at 88, 89, 810, 811 and 812. You
will readily note the superiority of
all our garments in fit and style of
making.
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Mm, Clothiers and Hatters,
161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny.
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XEj L JjM i Hartford. Conn.
Assets, January L 1887. ttf.56S.839 6C
EDWARDS & KENNEY, Agents.
on Fourth aTenne Pittsburg,
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FURNITURE AND CARPETS
GRANDEST VARIETY!
BEST QUALITIES!
NEWEST STYLES!
KEECH'8
Oaslb- axLcL Oz?edJi3 House,
923 and 925 Penn avenue, near Ninth street.
THE LARGEST STOCK.
LATEST STYLES.
TV. M. JLiAJBiO,
TSEAJDUXOr SHOE tvfi at.-ftr,
Wholesale House,
515 and 517 Wood street.
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We have just received and have now ready for lnspeotloiv
beautiful China Dinner Sets, Fish Sets and a full line of nice
China, odd pieces, to which we invite the attention of the ladies.
R. P. WALLACE & CO.,
2X1 Wood s-fc.
OPPOSITE ST. CHARLES.
HERE WE COME to the FRONT
Announcing a grand Clearance Sale of everything in the '
House Furnishing line. There are a great many things on, "
our floors that must be gotten rid of before the holidays, and,
for the. next 60 davs we are o-nino- to make the fur flv on all "
sides, and not only the fur, but the WOOL as well, for the
bargains now to be found on our
CARPET
cannot be produced by any house in the city. Genuine all-i
wool Ingrains at 50c per yard,
ever heard of the like before? also at 55c and 60c, and in
Tapestry Brussels at proportionately low figures.
1,000 Pairs of Lace Curtains
at about half price. You will
time if you miss this sale.
$18 Antique Chamber Suits
fast and if you want one of them come early. We are shows
ing OVER 2QO STYLES OF
able for
Holiday Presents.
You can save about 25 per cent by purchasing now, andiw
will deliver them at any time
goods cannot be equaled for design and cheapness.
HOPPER BROS. & CO.,
THE ONLY COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS;'
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE
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CASH OR CREDIT,
3A7 WfOOI3 STBBET 0(17
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Be Sure You Get In Our Store
B. & IB
Feid at. November &
EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS
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CL0AKINGS!
58-inch Diagonals for Jackets at
$2, real value $3 5a
54-inch SCOTCH CLOAKINGS
at $ 1 75, Yalue $2 50.
54-inch Stripes, in choice styles,
for Children's Garments at $1 50.
54-inch Cloakings, mixtures and
stripes, $1 a yard.
54-inch Beavers, in medium and
heavy weights, black and colors,
JS2 50 up to nnest.
Some very choice 54-inch Dam
massee Cloakings, in blacks and
colors.
Large lines of 50 and 54-inch
medium weight
STRIPED CLOTH SUITINGS,
65c, ISc, 90c, $1, $1 25 and $1 5a
for the new Long Garments.
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BOGGS & BUHL,
115,117,119.121 Federal st.Allegheny
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Raisins, Prunes, Nuts, Erapoti
ated Peaches, Apricots,
New Orleans Mo
lasses. GEO. K. STEVENSON & CO.,
Sixth Arenas.
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LOWEST PRICES!
EASIEST TERMS!
BEST TREATMENT!
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BEST ASSORTMENT
LOWEST PRICES.
Retail Stores,
406 and 408 Market street,
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GrOOIDS.
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miss the chance of your life
Another carload of our famous!!
just arrived. These go very
FANCY ROCKERS suita
and place you desire. Theselr
AND FOXJETH AVES.
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