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Slippery Bails Cause a Fatal Acci
dent in the Mountains.
BOSHING AT A MILE A MINUTE.
Inother Train Bared by a Timely Warning
From a "Woodsman,
ALL THE KEWS FEOM KEAEBI TOWKB
ISrZCIAI. TELXCIUJl TO THE DISPATCH.
Altoona, Pa., NoTember 8. The run
away freight train on the mountain division
of the Pennsylvania Railroad, -which col
lided with the Galhtzm work train, and re
sulted in the death or one man and injury
to several others, caused considerable ex
citement here this morning for a time.
"With the first news of the accident came
the report that 8 to IS men had been killed,
and an equal number seriously wounded.
Fortunately such was not the case. The ac
cident was a peculiar one, and happened as
Extra engine, No. 1140, with 33 cars, left
Gallitiin shortly after 10 o'clock lor the
East. Scarcely bad they started, when
eight cars in the rear, upon which were two
braked en and a flagman, oroke loose from tne
train. These were stopped, but tbe front part
continued down tbe mountain in charge of
conductor and a braVeman. The train had
gained a high speed on account of slippery
rails caused by the continuous raio this morn
inc. The brakes were applied and the engine
reversed, bnt to no purpose. The train thun
dered down the mountain at the rate of a mile
AworktralnatKittanning Point, ahead of
the runaway, was caught at Scotch Knob and
two of its cars were thrown from the tracks.
At McGarvey's another car of the work train
was knocked off. Both trains continued on
east about one mile, when two more cars of the
Work train wero wrecked and at tbe same time
one car of tbe runaway train was wrecked.
The third collision put a stop to its mad flight.
William Stephens, of Qallluin, was Instantly
killed, and Engineer W. H. Ashcrof t. Fireman
J. A. McKelT and Conductor It Boss were
slightly hurt. Three of the men on the work
train sustained slight injuries also. The acci
dent delayed all east and west-bound trains.
A LUNATIC'S ESCAPE.
She Has Hod n Strango Career, and May
KFZCUX, TELECUAM TO THE DISrATCH.1
TVestox, W.Va.. November 8. About three
weeks ago Hiss E. C. Lope was sent here from
Wheeling and confined in the asylum as a
lunatic She was at one time a teacher in one
of the Wheeling schools, and later taught
private schools in Wheeling, Bridgeport, Bel
laire and other daces. She began to show
signs of mental aberration and was arrested in
18S6, but was taken away by relatives.
She returned to Wheeling last summer and
had printed and circulated a book teeming
with scandalous statements about prominent
citizens and narrating some remarkable ad
ventures. She was arrested again and placed
in the asylum last Friday, but escaped and has
not since been seen. It is feared she has com
HE SAVED THE TRAIX.
The Third Attempt nt Wrecking Frustrated
by a Woodcbopper.
ISFECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH. .
Wheeling, W.Va-, November St When
No. 1 passenger train on tbe Cleveland, Loraine
& Wheeling road swung around the curve at
tbe Frecport bridge this afternoon, the
cineer saw a man standing in the middle of
"the track swinging bis hat. Tbe train was
brought to a standstill, and the crew and
passengers swarmed out at the end of the
bridge, where they found a tie fastened to the
G. A Scndder, a woodcbopper, discovered
ine ODStrucuon, ana Knowing tne train was
due, ran ahead and stopped it This is the
third attempt to wreck a train at this point.
A Verdict That Camed Surprise.
If FECIAL TELEGEJJI TO TDK DISPATCH.
. - FutDtAT. November 8, The jury in the
case of the State against William Trankner,
who was Indicted tor killing Frank Bickicker
last September, brought in a verdict this
evening of manslaughter. A motion was made
for a new trial, which will be beard to-morrow.
The verdict caused a greal deal of surprise, as
it was thought no other verdict could be
reached but murder in the first degree.
Johnstown's Street Railroad Sold.
tSFKCIAt. TELEGBAM TO THE DISPATCH.!
JomsSTOWX, Nouember 8. A. L. Johnson,
Of Cleveland, tbe head of the baseball broth
erhood, and his brother, Tom L. Johnson, to
day purchased the Johnstown Street Railroad
and franchise for a consideration not known.
The road, which was entirely washed away by
the flood, will be rebuilt immediately and run
THE AESISTEONG PARADE.'
Indications Point to a Mammoth Labor
A meeting was held at the office of the
A. A. of I. and S. "W., on Smithfield street,
last night by representatives of the various
organizations that will take part in the
Thomas A. Armstrong parade on Thanks
Commander-in-Chief "William A. "Weibe
presided. Sixty-seven lodges of the Amal
gamated Association have reported their
intention to take part in the parade. It is
expected that 7,000 men of that organization
will be in line. The Brotherhood of Car
penters and Joiners report that they will
turn out at least 5,000 men. D. A. No. 3 of
the K. of L. will contribute not less than
6,000 men, and as many more are expected
from various other organizations. If the
expectations founded on figures reported to
the Chief Marshal are realized the demon
stration Will be the frrPOif nvn m.ila v..
labor organizations in this city.
At the meeting last night the positions of
the various organizations in the line were
decided by the drawing of lots.
The Commander-in-Chief has appointed
"W H. Barnes as Adjutant and James
Penney as Chief of Staff.
The arrangements for the parade will be
completed nt the meeting of the Executive
Committee on Monday evening.
KATDEE'S AWFUL HANDIWORK.
The Ossified Man Visited by Many Cnrloslty
Over 100 prominent physicians of Pitts
burg and Allegheny visited "Bass," the
ossified man, at the "World's Museum yes
terday, and one and all united indeclaring
him one of the greatest physical wonders in
A Dispatch reporter also dropped in to
assure himself that everything was as repre
sented, and found himself standing before a
living tomb. "Bass" is undoubtedly all that
is claimed for him. Solid bone from feet to
head, he exists from day to day without
moving; yet his mental faculties are as clear
and strong as those of any man that moves
about our streets. "Bass" is an example of
the awful workings of nature, and as such
is worthy of a visit from all.
Look Here, Friend, Are You Sick?
Do you Bufier from dyspepsia, indigestion,
sour stomach, liver complaint, nervousness,
lost appetite, biliousness, exhaustion or
" tired feeling, pains in chest or lungs, dry
coughs, nightsweats, or any forru of con
sumption? If to, send to Prof. Hart, 88
"Warren street, New York, who will send
you free, by mail, a bottle of Ploraplexion,
which u a sure cure. Send to-day. E03
A Church Convention.
A convention of the Young People's
Societies of the "Westmoreland Presbytery,
assembled in the U. P. Church at Braddock,
yesterday. Two sessions were held and
brief addresses on practical subjects de
livered. J. L. FORD gives some good ad
vice in tomorrow's DISPATCH
jtpjglrls who . wish, to be type-
Hon. Walter Lyon Succeeds In Impressing
the Allegheny Committee' In Kegnrd to
the Herra Island Dam.
The Committee on"Wharves and Landings,
of Allegheny, met last night for the purpose
of considering the ordinance granting the
United States a certain piece of land at
Herr's Island for dam purposes. United
States District Attorney Lyon and Mr.
Araas, of the United States Biver Improve
ment Commission, were present
District' Attorney Lyon said that if
Councils did not grant the land
the United States could secure it by having
it condemned; besides, it was an open ques
tion If tbe land did not properly belong to
the United States, and both the city of Al
legheny and the Pittsburg and "Western
Bailroad were not trespassers. He also
stated, by way of argument, that the city of
Allegheny had for some years been seeking
a new Government building, and it would
not argue well in its favor if it refused to
grant the Government a strip of land that
was of no practical use to anyone, and
which was to be used as an improvement
beneficial to both cities.
This argument seemed to have the de
sired effect, as Mr. Einstein moved that the
ordinance granting the land be favorably
reported and returned to Councils, naming
the price as 51. A clause was also inserted
giving the city the right to grant to any
railroad the right to lay tracks on the land.
Attorney Lyon agreed to this, as he
thought there would be plenty of room, and
the tracks would in no way interfere with
TO TAKE EFFECT TO-MORROW.
The Winter Schedule on the Pennsylvania
Lines Ner Trains.
The winter schedule on the Pennsylvania
lines east and westrof this city will go into
effect to-morrow. The changes have already
been noted in The Dispatch. The most
important is on No. S, or the limited ex
press. The train will arrive in Pittsburg at 9:30
P. M., or one hour later than at present. A
new train has been put on. It will be No. 21,
and will leave Altoona at 10:45 p. M., and
arrive in Pittsburg at 2 A. M. Several ad
ditional Sunday trains have been put on.
The Sanltnrium, Green Pprlns, O.,
The leading health resort; the richest min
eral springin America. Steam heat, elec
tric lights, all kinds of baths, experienced
physician and nurses. A desirable place
for invalids, and a .pleasant home for the
winter. "Write for pamphlet and winter
rates. "W. C. "Westos, Lessee.
CLARA BELLE describes the
proper manner of conducting a
flirtation. See to-morrow's DIS
PATCH. Marriage licenses Granted Yesterday.
( otto Preiler Pittsbunc
Hedwhr Bsdelt. Pittsburg
J Thomas Hatter Braddock
.Martha Bennett Braddock
J A. Woir. Pittsburg
) Clara Nudal Pittsburg
( Adam Bachman Pittsburg
( Augusta Ufrocrer Pittsburg
( Alma W. Beckerton West Elizabeth
lilaryBrown West Elizabeth
t Robert Mackowlak .Pittsburg
I Mary A. Koczorswsta .Pittsburg
J MorrU G. Dodds Jforth Versailles township
( Martha M. SUade Korth VersaUles township
(JohnC. frank Pittsburg
Ettle Faulkner Pittsburg
J George Huebel i!!!Tll'e
I Caroline Schwendennann Ulllvale
COOK On Thursday, November 7, 18S9, at 5
p. 1L, JOHN a. uooK,iormer resilience, anaxps
burg, in his SOth year.
Funeral from tbe residence of his son-in-law,
Peter Stroub,Dresden alleybetween Fifty-first
and Fifty-second streets, on Sunday at 2 p. m.
Friends of the family aro respectfully invited
to attend. 3
DENMARSH-On Friday, November 8, 1889,
at 9:30 A. M., JOHN Denjiabsh, aged 41 years.
Funeral from his brother's residence. No. C6
Fifteenth street, Bouthside, on Sunday at 2
p. H. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend.
MUHL On Thursday evening, November 7,
1SS9, at 6:50 p. M., Henry Muhl, aged 60 years.
Funeral from bis late residence, 202 Juniata
street, Allegheny, on Sunday afternoon,
10th instant, at 120 o'clock. Services atVoeght
ly"s church, Bev. 15. Pick, at 220 o'clock.
Friends of the family aro respectfully invited
to attend. Deceased was a member of Hum
boldt Lodge No. 39, A O. U. W., Humboldt
Legion No. 17, Select Knights, A. O. U. V.,
and John Hnss Lodge No. 24, A. P. A.
MACFARLANE On Thursday, November
7. 1SS9, at9 r. jl. at the residence of the parents,
3617 Butler street, Haebis Ewait, oldest
child of Dr. J. W. and Ida J. Macfarlane, nee
Wainright, aged 6 years 3 months 19 days.
Funeral services on Sunday at 2 p.m. In
terment private at a later honr. 2.
McCUNE At the residence of her parents,
in North Braddock, Friday morning at 9
o'clock, of typhoid fover, Ella 8. McCuhe,
in her 18th year.
Services this (Saturday) evening at 730
o'clock. Funeral private on Bunday.
McKEE On Thursday evening, November
7, at 10 o'clock P. H.. Ann Mckee, wife of
Stewart McKee,aged 73 years, at her residence,
Farraeut avenue, near Stanton avenue, East
End. Pittsburg, Pa.
Funeral Satubday, November 9, 1SS9, at 2
o'clock p. st, to proceed to Allegheny Cem
etery. NESTLERr-On Thursday, November 7, 1889.
at 3 a. m., Mrs. Uaey Ann Nestleb, in her
Funeral from her late residence, 1910 Wharton
street, Southside, Twenty-sixth ward, on Sat
urday morning. Services at St. Michael
Church, Pius street. Friends of the family
are respectfully invited to attend.
SWINDELL On Friday. November 8. 1SS9,
at 12:15 a. St., Maey Swindell, wite of Henry
Funeral from her late residence, No. 15
Esplanade street, Allegheny, on Sabbath
afternoon at 2 o'clock. ' Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend,
ZIMMEKMAN-Of diphtheria, Florence
Emma, second daughter of Frederick and
Catherine Zimmerman, in the -12th year of her
Funeral from the residence of her parents,
23 IJthgow avenue, at 2 o'clock Saturday
afternoon. Friends of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend.
JA3IES ARCHIBALD BRO.,
.LIVERY AND SALE STAB1E3,
117, 119 and 130 Third avenue, two doors below
Smithfield sL, next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages for funerals,?! Carriages for operas,
parties, 4c., at the lowest rates. All new car
riages. Telephone communication. myl-11-Tra
WESTERN INSTJBANCE CO.
Assets $118,501 &7
NO. 411 WOOD STKEET.
ALEXANDER Nf MICK. President
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President.
fe22-26-TT3 Wil. P. HERBERT, Secretary
pEPJiESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN ISO.
ASSETS - . $9071,69883.
Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid iy "WILLIAM L
JONES. 64 Fouith avenue. ia202-D
instantaneous, n.lrh KttJ-5Sx
150 Cups uuxcn
V. S. DETOT.SI Mercer St, N. Y.
For sale wholesale and retail by
103 Federal Street.
nofrS-w3 Allegheny, Pa,
ACT Tit H. hi aSLfiLG-TO
ON A WEAK STOMACH.
flScts. SL Box
OF ALL PRUCCKTt; .-
t i cketed
season ' s
age on the toboggan slide of
LOOK IN OUR WINDOW FOR
From i 25 to . . . 50c
From $ 1 75 to . . . . $ 1 00
From $ 4 50 to ... 3 00
From $ 8,00 to ... . 5,00
From $10 00 to ... 6 00
From 18 00 to "... . 12 50
From 20 00 to . . ( . 13 00
From 22 00 to ... 14 00
From 25 00 to ... . 15 00
THEN VISIT OUR
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 Bhirts in Muslin, Twilled
.Muslin,' Cambric, French Balbriggan, Can
ton Flannel and "Wool.
Plain Muslin Night Shirts at 50c, 75c, f 1
and $1 50 each.
Fancy Trimmed Muslin and Cambric
Night Shirts at 75c, $1, 51 25 and $1 50 each.
Also fine Embroidered and Trimmed
Night Shirts, from $2 to U 50 each.
Fine Cambric Night Shirts, U 25.
Fine Barred Jaconet Night Shirts, $1 50.
Canton Flannel Night Shirts, all sizes,
$1 25 each.
We also call special attention to our Wool
Night Shirts, which are growing in favor
"We have them in White Ancora Flannel,
Fancy Striped'and Plaid Flannels; also the
celebrated DK. JAGER'S Flannel Night
Shirts and Underwear for Men, Women and
Children, for which we ore 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,
$1 60, $2 and $3 each.
Men's Natural Wool Shirts and Drawers
at 51 25, $1 50 and $2 each.
Men's Jersey Bibbed Shirts and Drawers
in Tan and Natural Wool, at $2 each.
Also onr very fall line of English-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, 12 25 and 53 each.
Also our 4 lines ot Scotch Lamb's Wool
Shirts and Drawers, of our own importation,
at from 52 to 53 50 each.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH A VENUE.
By a thorough knowledge ot the natural laws
which govern the operations of digestion and
nutrition,and and by a careful application of the
fine properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps
has pro rlded onr breakfast tables with a dell
lately flavored beverage which may save us
many heavy doctors' bills. Itls by the judicious
use of such articles of diet that a constitution
may be gradually built up until strong enough
to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds
of subtle maladies are floating around us ready
10 aitacit wueicvcr mere is a weait point, wo
Made simply with boUlmjwaterormilk. Hold
only In half pound tins by Grocers, labeled thus:
JAS. Mm & BRO.,
BOILERS, PLATK AND SHEET-IRON
PATENT BHEET IKON ANNKALINQ
With an Increased capacity and hydraulic
machinery ws are prepared to furnish all work
In our line cheaper and better .than by .the old'
methods. .Repairing and general,-machine'
work," Twenty-ninth street and Allegheny VtlA
ilavKallroaA'Ml;atfr-llT--figagM'-c " - J
B. & IB.
Batusdat. November 8.
To-day we offer large and choice
LADIES NECK RUCHINGS AT
Medium and finest goods, and many
styles of Ruchings that are exclu
sive with this department, which
adjoins our large Ribbon Depart
ment LADIES' COLLARS AND
in most desirable styles and best
HUNDREDS OF DOZENS
for selection from 5c to 15 each
and our small profit, popular
prices prevail on these in a marked
degrees the choice character of the
goods at i2jc, 25c, 50c, 75c and
$1 makes this department very interesting.
BOGGS & BUHL,
11517,119.121 Federal st.Allegheny.
Always Full Value.
Our prices are low because
our goods are valuable.
They're worth your money.
The nobbiest Oversack a
young man can get lies to
day on our counters. You
needn't buy a silk-lined one
to make sure of the style.
Buy a silk-lined one if you.
want luxury and daintiness.
Men's and Young Men's
Fall Suits. They belong at
the top for variety in the
goods and the way they are
made. You'll closet yourself
with a tailor and run a risk
of doing any better in style
There's one way you'll not
do nearly as Well.
You'll not, touch our prices
for a generous money's-worth.
SIxlIi street and Fenn avenue,
Don't accept scanty choice
for your clothing-to-order.
Nearly 1,000 styles of goods.
Type "W"3?tri n g
Taught Day and Evening at
D uff's College.
For Terms call at the College Office,
49 Fifth Avenue.
JONES MAGIC ROACH POW
DER. Roaches banished by con
trace Satisfaction guaranteed or
itio pay. 35 SEVENTH AVE.,
'Pittsburg. Pa Price JIM per
SNAPNO. 6. '
We announce the arrival of an entire new line of 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, Bichards, Loom's and other manufacturers of equal note, which
we are able to sell at lower prices lhan ever before offered. Also on hand L, C. Smith,
Parker Bros., Baker & Colt Guns, at lowest prices.
Give ns a call'and satisfy yourself.
IEC. SMTT, 934
P AUTISM W. t. Douglas' name and tbe price are stamped on the bottom of a
VsnU I I wPl 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 Rood,,on which dealers make more proflt, but send direct to factory,
and receive by return mail what you want. State kind, button, congress or lace, wide or narrow
toe, size and width usually worn, and inclose price with order. Prompt dellrery and satisfac
tion guaranteed. Address, W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass.
Hllfc? 3-' Affl'
All made in Congress, Button and Lace.
W. L. DOUGLAS S3 AND S2 SHOES ,
Both Ladles' Shoes are made in sizes from 1 to 7, Including halt sizes, and B, C, D, E and EE
STYLES OF LADIES' SHOES.
. "The French Opera," "The Spanish Arch Opera," "The American Common-Sense," "The
Medium Cimmon.Senso." Alt made in Button in the Litest Styles. Also, French Opera in
rronx Lace, on jm oniy.
Carter; 73 Fifth avenncKE; C7 Spexber. 1396 Carson
cpcnill W. L.D0UULAS S3 GRAIN SHOE (laeed) for Gentlemen, with heavy tap sole LW W
OrCOIrtL and strictly witnrproor.il Just out W. L DOUQLAS. Brooltioa, MiM. l.l.-V ' -"
-rr Tun Ijr Tju.'VUt.Jllh?ll1lHtWBh..tak T.-Vfvua oawiM. .wu.j.lwt . !( BB.VBB H.wl slaBv
Grand Double Opening.
MILLINERY AND CLOAKS.
Finest Display of the Season.
Don't miss seeing our
Replete with all that is seasonable and stylish
in Muffs, stoles, Boas and capes.
OCR NEW COOK BOOK, 25c.
Fleishman k Co.,
N. B. Dolls given away to all purchasers In
onr ' Infant Department for TO-DAY
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,
hell sleeves, worth 512, our price 15 87.
Fine Jacquard Cloth Newmarket, direc
toire style, very handsomely finished, tailor
made, fan plaited back, a stylish and de
sirable garment worth 515, our price 7 98.
One hundred very fine Beaver Cloth New
markets, in all -styles, trimmings exquisite
and the general look of the garments grand,
in all colors and shade3, others ask $18, our
Aboqt60 Imported Long Garments in
different cloths, elegant materials and
finish, simply beautiful, all styles, worth
$25, our price $15.
As we handle only first qualities, of "Con
don Dyed Seal Plushes we guarantee every
garment we sell to be perfect in material,
fit, finish and style.
London Dyed Seal Plush Jackets, $8 57,
$11 49, 515.
London Dyed Seal Plush Wraps, $!,
$11 50, $18.
London Dyed Seal Plush Sacqnes. $15 98,
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 yon compare our
goods and prices with other houses for we
feel confident of the result.
(Millinery Farlors second floor.)
Our Untrlmmed MilltneryStock is celebrated
for the newest of shapes, the richest of colors,
the best of qualities and tbe 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 ana
most novel ideas in Eats, Bonnets and Turbans
an innumerable variety of styles, and all at
our famous low prices.
Sixth St and Penn Ave,
Liberty St, Cor. Smithfield.
Our claims for (his shoe aver all other 2 shots
It contains belfer malarial.
It is more stylish, batter fitting and durable.
It givea better general satisfaction.
It saves more money for the consumer.
Its great sueeess is due to merit.
It cannot be duplicated by any other minufie.
It It the best in the world, tnd his larger de-
man any oiner J snoe aaveriitea.
(innwlU be paid to any person who will
Tirova the abare statements to be nntrue.
followW lino of shoes will bo found to be of
1 lie same hleli utandard of excellence.
$5 00 GENUINE HAND-SEWED SHOE.
$4 00 HAND.SEWED WELT SHOE.
S3 50 POLICE AND FARMERS' SHOE.
$2 SO EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE.
2 25 WORKINGMAN'S 8H0E.
$2 00 QOOD.WEAR SHOE.
$2 00 tnd SI 75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES.
etreet'ila'AllflelieBT Cftr. by Hesfy
ALL AMERICAS' EXCURSIONISTS
TO THE CITY OF NATURAL GAS.
wWSm bLWJ w
It matters not whether you're from far-away Swth or Cen
tral America, from the lafiy table lands of old Mexico or
from the remotest sections of our own America,
BID YOU, WELCOME TO THIS HIGHLY
FAVORED CITY OF OURS.
Should you gentlemen have time to visit our beautiful store we'd-not
only be pleased to have you call, but we'd feel highly honored. Ours is
the representative business house of this city,
THE IDEAL AND HOME STORE OF PITTSBURG,
where strangers and visitors are always welcome.
Come in and see the grandest-stocfc of CLOTHING, HATS,
FURNISHING GOODS and SHOES in the United States.
V ... .
kUur liberal methods, reliable
jnoth store with bargain hunters and fashion seekers, and drive
all competitors to the wall.
.Clothing m Pittsburg, and
usually have their clothes made to order to come in and see
the remarkably elegant goods we xe displaying see for
themselves the rich materials, tJhe faultless 'shapes and
bill of fare
?io. We have 50 styles of Overcoats and
IIC If ff & Sults at $20 very lttle more than half a
1 f 1 Ob merchant tailor's -charge. . Be sure yon
visit ds for eiftber Suit or Overcoat
300 TO 400 MARKET STREET. Vnd we'll save jou money.
OUR PRICES TOUCH TENDER SPOTS
In economical mothers' purses.
(jhuaren s uiotning sucn as
tirul feature regarding it
suit everybody's pocket
S. every boy in town, and
lowest in the city. How do we know this? We do know
it There's very little about the clothing trade of this
city that we don't know. Our present display of
Clothing for boys, big and little, is the finest,
largest, choicest and most perfect that can be
made. Prices: Small Boys jOvercoats, $1 50,
$2, $2 50, $2, $4 and i$. hig Boys' Over-
f9 I Q f f ?Q coats, S3 50, $4, $$ fa $-8 and $10. Suits
jl y Q 1 f 9, same prices. Mothers you should visit
this popular department of ours, for
300 TO 400 MARKET STREET. if a safe place to'.buy your Boys
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No Department of Our Business
Has given greater evidence of the approval of the people than our
Hat Store. We have revolutionized the hat liade-of the city.
Never retailing a hat for more than the wholesale price, and
sometimes selling hats for less than any hatter in town can
buy same quality,for we are constantly on the alert to close
out big lots at closer prices, and as the opportunity
comes we Duy tnem
tom is not conhned
VYe nave as nne
show. but we
or so for the privilege (?) of having
a fashionable maker's name x therein.
jI IAIIJA Come in and we trill show you
uUwIV I Vi that we can save you money and
" " give yen as good quality ' goods
300 TO 400 MARKET STREET.
EVERY READER should know that, owing to our already-immense
and still rapidly increasing trade, we can, and positively do, name prices
way below the ordinary dealers who buy and sell in the ordinary way.
Our vast business is a wonder to thousands! And ojur always lowesf
prices and honest goods built it up.
LET YOUR' CHILDREN call at
Drawing Books which we are givipg away. It's, not ojnly an elegant
present, but a mighty useful and entertaining one. '
Orders by Mail Promptly Attended to.
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goods, raixest prices, nil our mam-
We show tne grandest stock of Fine
we urgently invite gentlemen who
tne skillea workmanship. We oarer a particularly good
this week, acltl we would suggest an
Elegant Overrcoats at $10, $12 and
most beautiful Suits at 12, 15 and
We've got a sbpek of Boys' and
you never saw Deitore, ana me Deau-
is tnat tnere's ciptnrng at prices to
We've got enougJi to clothe almost
as for prices, they're certainly the
low ana sen inera iow. uur cus
to tne cneap ana meaium graaes.
nats as any iasni,onaoie nauer can
don't charge an extra dollar
f anybody can.
our Store for one (of the beautiful
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