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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, .TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1889.
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'.TOEED EROM HBR HOSE
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The Wife of a Prominent Ohio Doctor
. Deserts Husband and Children,
DISAPPEARING "IN THE HIGHT.
BncieTe Democrats Celebrate Their Tictorj
in Grand Style.
ALL THE SEWS FEOH TOWHS AEOUKD
rSFECIAL TXLXPBJJ1 TO THl DI5riTCH.l
Xewabk, O., November 11. Much
anxiety is being felt here, and considerable
gossip indulged in, over the scdden disap
pearance of Mrs. Dillon, the wife of Dr.
Dillon, a well-known physician. She has
been missing since last Tuesday night, and
no trace of her has been found nor anything
heard as to her whereabouts. It was about
midnight when her youngest son was awak
ened by a hack driving up to the house, and
she left the house the same night.
On the same night a lady, supposed to be
Mrs. Dillon, purchased a ticket for New York
at the Panhandle depot. Her life for years has
been very unhappy, ana it is asserted that she
has often intimated that she would end her ex
istence. There are some fears that she has
done this. Three little children were left he
hind, and it is thought that she would not
leave tbem unless she contemplated suicide.
The affair has created quite a sensation ana
set many conflicting rumors afloat.
stoma Tho weapon fell down, and discharg
ing, sect the contents through his head, blow
ing out his brains. Booth was a young married
man of exemplary habits.
William Mullen's Funeral.
jFrxcixi-TixranAM TOTim dxsfatck.1
ScottdsJLE, November U Th funeral of
William Mullen, the cokers leader, will take
place to-morrow afternoon at 4. Thelargest
funeral cortege ever known in this repon will
probably be witnessed.
purchased. Tho Bible societv has now devised
a scheme by which they Intend brineinc the
priest before the courts If he attempts to re
peat his work. The scents will loan the Bibles
to those desiring them, and will then bo in a
position to prosecute should the book bo de
stroyed or taken from the holder.
INSPIRED BY JEALOUSY.
A Young Man Fntnllr Shoots the Lady
lie i Escorting.
rprrciAi. ixlegkjlm to tub dispatch.
Vheelwg, November 11. A. very sensa
tional shooting affair occurred at Farmincton,
sear this city, yesterday evening, in which Miss
Alice Tootman, the daughter of William Toot
man, one of the most prominent men in this
section of the State was the victim. About 3
o'clock in the afternoon two brothers named
Wright, and Clinton Jones, the latter a son of
Frederick Jones, aleading citizen, accompanied
Miss Tootman to view a new gas well in the
Alter spending some time at tne well the
party started home and bad cone but a short
distance when young Jones suddenly left Miss
Toothman's side, and, stepping behind her,
drew a revolver and shot her in the back. The
unfortunate girl was carried to her home and
her wound pronounced fatal. No reason is as
signed for Jones' act, but jealousy is supposed
to be the cause.
A GKEAT JOLLIFICATION.
The Democratic Meeting at Lima Attended
by 10,000 Persons.
rSFZCIAI. TELEOItAM TO THE DISPATCH.!
Lima, November 1L The Democratic jolli
fication here to-night wa an immense affair.
There were at least 10,000 people present. Gov
ernor Campbell, accompanied by Colonel Neal,
arrived at 6.15 from Hamilton. They were met
at the depot by the different clubs, headed by
bands which escorted them through the city.
The principal streets were ablaze with fire
works; business houses and residences were
handsomely decorated and illuminated. The
other notables present were Hon." Calvin S.
Brice, Hon. John A. McMahon, General Ben
Lefevre,-Allen O. Myers, R. D. Marshall, J. A.
Norton. Colonel Lajton, Hon. M. D. Shaw.
The Democrats of the Northwest were repre
sented from every point. The Hendrick and
Jefferson clubs were here from Ft Waye. Mr.
Campbell spoke to a great crow d in the Music
HalL He was followed by other speakers.
GREAT SALE OF COAL LAND.
The McClure Coko Company Acquire Foi
sexulon of 1,500 Acres.
(EPXCUL TZXEGBAX TO THE DISPATCH. 1
Uniontows. November 1L The McClure
Coke Company has purchased the remaining
one-fourth of the Kvans coal land, and now
own the entire 1,500 acres, it is not known the I the lantern Factory employes may be involved
figures paid for this last purchase, but it will I will probably result
not fall far short of 5400 per acre. J Ex-Governor Price's friends are getting
It is rumored here that the Stewart Iron I planned over the Senatorial outlook. Some of
me canuiuaics are ceiling desperate, ana there
A B. & O. Brakeman Killed.
JSTrCIAI. TXXXGBAH TO THE DISPATCB.I
Newakst, 0 November 11 Charles Bul
lock, aB. 4 O. brakeman, fell between the cars
rear UtKa yesterday. Both his legs were cut
off. and he died to-day at his borne int Louis
ville. LATE KEWS IS BEIEF.
Ex-King Milan reached Belgrade on Sun
day. There was no demonstration on his ar
rival. The coditlon of Grand Duke Nicholas,
uncle of the Czar, is becoming worse The can
cerous formation in his ear it spreading.
Hon. W. G. Sayre, of Wabash, Ind., has
accepted the membership of the Cherokee In
dian Commission offered to him by the President
The Journal Da Debatt says that two
regiments of cavalry have been summoned to
Paris to suppress the proposed Boulangists
demonstration on Tuesday.
Deputy Collector E. B. Blaine, of tho Lex
ington district, was yesterday authorized to act
as Collector until a successor to the late Colo
nel Goodloe shall have been appointed.
In an address to the tenantry of thoPon
sonby estates. County Cork, yesterday, Canon
Keller announced that 200 houses would be
built to afford shelter to evicted persons.
The Roman municipal elections on Sunday
passed off quietly. Of the 15.000 citizens enti
tled to vote Onlv 17.000 availed themselves of
the privilege. All the clericals abstained from
The SoleU says thai, the recent interview
between the Czar and Prince Bismarck during
His Majesty's visit to Berlin, resulted in a de
cision to onst Prince Ferdinand, of Bulgaria,
from the rulership of that country.
The Republican majorityinlowa is so small
that everv effort will be Drought to bear for the
defeat of Senator Allison and the enactment of
a hich license law. The Democrats are looking
for a candidate for the United States Senate.
Two Mormon elders yesterday arrived in
Hinton. W. Va., from Nicholas county. They
reported that tneir meetings were broken up
by a mob of citizens, and they fled to cave their
lives. They will not be allowed to preach in
The President yesterdav made the follow
ing appointments: Charles P. Lincoln, of Mich
igan, to be Second Deputy Commissioner of
Pensions, vice Joseph J. Bartlett resumed: C.
C. Goodale, of Colorado, to be Receiver of Pub
lic Moneys at Lamar, CoL, vice Frank H.
A dispatch from St Johns, N. F., to the
Boston agents, says that the steamship Chica
go, from Hull, via Antwerp, for Boston, was
towed in there yesterdav by the Belgian
steamer Herrmann, from New York for Ant
werp. The dispatch jrives no particulars of the
damage to the Chicago.
Portueal has placed the Umzila, Manica,
Sofala and Inhambane districts undera central
military government, seated at Quitevia, and
the larce territory of the Valley of the Zambesi,
including the Loansrwa and Kaf ufe rivers north
to Chitambo, under a civil and missionary gov
ernment, seated at Zumbo.
The Sovoe Vrcmya, referring to the state
ments made by Lord Salisbury, at the Lord
Mayor's banquet in London Saturday night,
that the difficulties in Europe appeared to be
tending toward a peaceful solution, and that
all the creat powers were desirous of avoiding
a conflict says thrt the optimism of the British
Premier is artificial and insincere.
Denhart telegraphs from Zanzibar that he
gives no credence to the report of the death of
Dr. Peters. He says that at the beginning of
October Lieutenant Borchert's dhow, with
Lieutenant Rust's column on board, was
wrecked near KipinL Allibe provisions were
lost. At the end of October Borcbert and his
party, being newly equipped, proceeded on
About SO girls employed as solderers at the
Nail City Lantern Factory. Wheeling, W. Va.,
have been on a strike for a few days against a
reduction in wages. The firm announces that
it will begin to employ girls to fill their places
to-day. The strikers have formed an organiza
tion, and the Ohio Valley Trades Assembly
nastanennp ineircaso. a ncm inwnicaaii
Two (S) Special
Bargains in black goods to-day. New goods,
but goods of exceptional value, and well
worthy of the name "bargain."
46-inch black all-wool cashmeres at BOc.
46-inch black all-wool serges a- SOe.
The offerings oi the black goods depart
ment have never been equaled or ap
proached. Completeness of varieties and
unusual qualities are the marks for a big
season's business. Prices all the way
from COc to f3 60 a yard in ladies' cloths
alone. "The best goods" is the first
thought; fair prices next.
Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Tha Boon is On
And this local is to make yon notice it.
Prices have been placed away ont of sight
since we started onr great sale of men's
winter overcoats and salts. Nothing like
this ever seen before. Imagine heavy-weight
melton overcoats to fit men 34 to 42 breast
measure, price $5, usually sold at 512.
Men's elegant kersey overcoats at 510, in
three shades, black, bine and brown, also
2,000 handsome Schnabel's chinchilla over
coats worth 524; onr price, and make a note
of it, $12 to-day. P. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
That there are always choice and desirable
goods, the best of" colorings, good, warm,
wearable stuffiin 25c to 75c dress goods de
partment. Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Choice line velour table covers at ?3 75
value 55. See them in upholstery depart
ment Boggs & Buhl.
The largest stock.
The choicest patterns. (
Varieties and qnalities far surpassing
Any previous season's stock.
JOS. HOKNE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
Don't be misled. Stick to the old reli
able Wainwright'sbeer. All dealers keep it.
5525 is their telephone number. Tu.su
The most effective "night cap" is a glass
of F. & V.'s Iron City beer.
The Boom Is On
And this local is to make yon notice it.
Prices have been placed away ont of sight
since we started our great sale of men's
winter overcoats and suits. Nothing like
this ever seen before. Imagine heavy
weight melton overcoats to fit men 34 to 42
breast measure, price 55, usually sold at
512. Men's elegant kersey overcoats at 510,
in three shades, black, blue and brown;
also 2,000 handsome Schnabel's chinchilla
overcoats, worth 824; our price, and make
a note of it, 512 to-day. P. C. 0. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
Our Fall Stock of these fashiona
ble and comparatively inexpensive
seamless' floor coverings is at the
flood-tide of fullness and variety of
colorings. Price range is from
&3 75 ck anc upward.
Damascus and Congo
Brands have the "call" with buyers
because of their beautiful styles and
colorings and medium prices. The
Are 3-ply in quality and like heavy
Oriental Rugs in weight, colors and
designs. They can be used with
fine artistic effect on a polished or
painted floor, or with a surrounding
margin of plain material in neutral
Are very heavy, with surface and
patterns exactly like Body Brussels,
but more durable and woven witn
VELVEENS are a new brand
with a soft, smooth surface impene
trable to dust.
B. & B.
Ttjesdat, November 11
The amount of DRESS ROBES
sold yesterday (for a Tret day) was
a surprise. Not so surprising when
you see the Choice New Styles in
12 50, $14 and 15 each.
New and exclusive styles. Silk Em
broidered and Arabesque Braiding
on these Robes in combinations of
colors and styles that proves the
designer and manufacturer has good
taste and understands his business.
We got a large lot of these made
specially at a bargain price no two
$12 50, $14 and $15.
This Special Department for Dress
Robes adjoins the Trimming De
partment, and the range prices is
from $$ to 75.
BOGGS & BUHL,
115,117,119.121 Federal st,,AI!egheny,
Heminway's Fi!o Floss,
Heminway's Couching Silk,
Heminway's Rope Silk,
Heminway's Wash Silk,.
Heminway's English Twist Silk,
Heminway's Embroidery Silk,
Heminway's Knitting Silk,
Heminway's Crochet Silk,
A FULL LINE OF
HEMINWAY'S SPOOL SILK,
O moBStraas I tt one ktiK-peaajworti of bread to IWs Intolerable -
dsslof sefc" -Shakespeare.
HAD THE IMMORTAL BARD
Lived a few hundred. years later, and read the advertisements with -which
the newspapers- are now so everlastingly flooded, he'd surely have; made
Prince Henry add: "O more monstrous still 1 but one penny's worth of
substance to thisf intolerable deal of gas 1" It's a mistake to talk unless
you've something worth talking about It's a mistake to advertise ualcss
you've something worth advertising. Many clothing firms seem to forget
this. They seem to imagine that long-winded harangues anent their
"TRUTHFULNESS" and their "ORIGINALITY" will cause people to
swallow their "FAKE" stories, will satisfy the souls of a clothing-craving
community. xJUT THEY WON'T! Httsburgers want substantiality,
not verbosity; They are quick to detect the true from the false, and the
sooner the "FAKE SALE" clothiers tumble to this fact the better i
be for 'em.
CAN BE HAD AT
Company has been offered t230,000 for the
BeesOn-coLe plant by the McClnre company,
and that the undisclosed parties backing
Thomas R. Wakefield, Esq., who purchased
the Beeson farm last week, are the Stewart
Iron Company, who will let the McClures have
their present plant and build a new one on the
CARS SMASHED AND BURNED.
Tiro 'Freight Wrecks In One Day In North
rSrECIAI. TZ1EGBAM TO THE DISPATCH.!
Lima, November XL The Lake Erie and
Western road had two disastrous freight
wrecks yesterday, one near Fremont and the
other at Fostoria. An east and west-bound
freight collided near Fremont, and both en
gines were nearly demolished, a car of crude
oU took fire and burned together with 12
freight cars and contents. No one was injured.
The lots to the company -Mill reach $20,000.
At Fostoria a Lake Erie and Western
freight ran into an Ohio Central freight at a
crossing, making a bad vreck, delavme trains
on both roads for several hours. The Lake
Erie encine and several cars were badly dam
aged. The accident was caused by a heavy
LABORERS IN LUCK.
New Cnstlo Workers Have Their Wages
Increased Witbont Asking It.
SPECIAL TELEGEAK TO THE DISPATCH!
New Castle, November Ik The laborers at
the sheet mills were notified this morning that
their viages would be increased from date 10
cents per day. The furnace men all over the
city have had their wages increased about 10
per cent per day. The increase at the sheet mill
It is likely that the price of common labor all
over the city will be Increased 10 cents per day,
as the sheet mill andif nrnaces usually regulate
wjcuu; ui ;uujuiuu laDOr.
BIAN AND WTFE MURDERED.
is talk that Ordway and Johnson nave engi
neered a combination that looks extremely
dangerous. There are several other men in
the field also, who are possibly in a position to
throw a victory to most anybody who can do
something in return in the way of appointln"
officers. The Legislature will assemble at Bi
march November 19.
Tho British East African Company has
been rapidly picking up all the best available
men to send out to protect its territories from
raids by the rebellious natives. Captain Lugard,
whose name is well known in connection with
the Lake Njassa troubles, and Mr. George a
Mackenzie, with 150 men, left for Mombassa
this week. The latest news from that region
indicates that all the native elements are up in
arms and are for the moment brethren In a
common cause, to drive out the now detested
A very strong case has been made out by
the missionary societies in India against the
Salvation Army agents at work there; and
since the facts have been generally known in
England the matter has caused considerable
comment The charges really amount to an
assertion that the whole work hitherto at
tempted by the Salvation Army has been, not
among the heathen, but practically within
areas already in process of evangelization by
other societies; and it has thus exerted a dis
turbing influence upon existing propaganda.
A gentleman who has Inst retnninil tn nt.
tawa from the Province of Quebec, says that
in one parish after mass on Sunday morning he
saw several bnndrea Bibles burned in front of
the church, at the instance of the enre of the
parish, who had collected them from his parish
ioners. Agents from one of the Bible societies
have been seUmg large numbers of the New
-i esiamem in mis particular part of the prov
ince, and after warning his congregation
against purchasing, the cure went from house
to house collecting from those of his flock who
bad disobeyed his orders, the books they bad
Marriage Licenses Grantod Yesterday.
( George TomaS , Etna
Catharine Zales Etna
J Francis Gardner. Mifflin township
(Martha Jones Mifflin township
(John Bchatffer Allegheny
(Annie Leaf; Allegheny
5 A. T. Brunner Pittsburg
I Ettle Hurdle Pittsburg
MaxT.Kabner Ford City
I Sophia Grimm Tarentum
(Daniel G. Brose Allegheny
(MaryB. Wilson Allegheny
i Daniel McSorley Mlllvale
(Mary Markman Pittsburg
( Ignatz Keiss Pittsburg
( Barbara Weriing Pittsburg
) William Wundtrlich Plum township
33 FIFTH AVENUE 33
1 1 CAMPBELL &
Dress Trimming Departm't.
All the Latest Novelties Here!
BROSE WILSON On Monday evening,
November 11, 1889, by Rev. John W. Sproull,
Mr. Dan G. Brose and Miss M. Blanch Wiii
BON, both of Allegheny, Pa.
Another Terrible rJlme Reported From the
Hurt (Vee k Region.
rSPZCIAL telegVam to the dispatch.
Huiotn GTOX, VrTVA., November Ik A re
port reached h yesterday that a party of
masked men broke into the home of Paris
BlnmenfeM, on Hart creek, Lincoln county,
Saturday night, and killed Blnmcnfeld and his
wife. Sfbe report is believed to come from
Jt is known that Runyon and his friends, who
recently fled to avoid the Blnmenfelds, are
armed and have returned to the Hart creek
region and trouble is anticipated.
BAD FOR JOHNSTOWN.
Losi of a Brideo Will Retard
Frogresi of Work.
rsrECIAl. TJCLEORAM TO TBI DISPATCH.1
Johnstown. November 1L The long
bridge connecting Cambria City and Mlllvale
was entirely demolished this morning by the
high water and drift in the Conrmaugh river
The loss of this structure will greatly retard
the removal of the dead from the Morellville
Cemetery to their permanent resting place In
Last night the Christian Church on Main
street was greatly damaged by fire.
Wages of Firemen Increased.
rsrZOAL TZLZCBAU TO THE DISPATCH
Wabwick, November IL-After numerous
and urgent solicitations on the part of com
mittees from the various Firemen's Brother
hoods, connected principally with the Balti
more and Ohio roads, west of the Ohio river,
the officers of the company have finally con
sented to Increase the wages of the firemen
from SI 75 to 1 90 per day. The firemen will be
divided into two classes, those workinc one
I, Yonng Lagan Elected President
i rtTXCXAI. TZXZQBAM TO THX DISFATCH.1
YouwosTOWir, November 1L The annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Mahoning
and Sbenango Valley Fair Association was
held here this afternoon, the following officers
being elected: President John A. Logan. Jr.:
First Vice President, G. M. McKelvyj Second
vice presioent, onas onomii oecreiary, 8. D
L. Jackson; Treasurer, W. N. Ashbangh.
A Careless Homer Killed.
rerroAi. txuobajc to the msr atch.:
. YoUKOSTOTnT. November U. Henry Booth
residing In the southwestern part of the coun
ty, near WashingtonvUle, was out bunting Sat-
oitenioon, ana jesnea au gun on a
IN its first stages, can be successfully
checked by the prompt use of Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. Even in the later
periods of that disease, the cough is
wonderfully relieved by this medicine.
"I have nsed Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
with the best effect in my practice.
This wonderful preparation once saved
my life. I had a constant cough, night
sweats, was greatly reduced in flesh,
and given tip by my physician. One
bottle and a naif of the Pectoral cured
me." A. J. Eidson, M. D., Middleton,
" Several years ago I was severely ill.
The doctors said I was in consumption,
and that they could do nothing for me,
but advised me, as a last resort, to try
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. After taking
this medicine two or three months I
was cored, and my health remains good
to the present day." James Birchard,
" Several years ago, on apassage home
from California, by water, I contracted
so severe a cold that for some days I
was confined to my state-room, and a
Ehysician on board considered my life
l danger. Happening to have a bottlo
of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, I used it
. B. Chandler, Junction, Va,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists. Frieegl;sixbottles,$l.
BARKLEY On Monday evening; November
1L1E89. at 5 o'clock. Thomas Baeklet, in
the 60th year of his age.
Funeral from his late residence, corner of
Alfred and Meadow streets. 'Wilkinsbarg, on
Wedneshat ArTEBNOON, November 13, at 2
o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend. 2
COLEMAN-At 3:45 p. m. Friday, November
a 1S89, Ida, wife of w. a. Coleman, at Omaha,
Fnneral Tuesday AFTEitNOON from tho
residence of her mother, Canonsburg. Pa.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
FASSBINDER On Baturday. November 9
18S9. at 4 p. M., Louts, husband of Bessie Fass
binder (nee Brandstetter, aged 39 years.
Funeral from bis late residence, 103 Penn
sylvania avenue, Allegheny City on Tuesday
November 12, 1SS9, at 2 p. ir. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend.
GLUMP November 10, 1S89. at 6-08 o'clock
Jessie M the daughter of William and Annie
So bard to give thee up;
Ob, none but parents know
Who have tasted of the enp.
AUlts bitterness and woe.
So hard to miss from home
That sunbeam shining there,
And know that we must part
Seems most too hard to bear.
Funeral from her parents residence, 2830
Penn avenue, Wednesday at 2 r. it.
HOLL1S At his parents residence Sranwix
street and Virginia avenue. Mt. Washington
Sunday at i p. m.. Moses, youngest son of JasJ
T. and Selena Hollis, aged 7 years and 8 mon tb&!
Friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend services at 2 p. it, Tuesday
MULLEN On Monday morning, November
11. Ib89, at 4 o'clock at 8t Francis Hospital
William Mullen, Secretary of Miners'
Funeral will take place to-day at 3 o'clock,
from 3cottdalo House, Scottdale. Pa.
MCLAUGHLIN On Monday, November lL
at fi o'clock a. m., at his residence, Chartiers
township, Fbank McLaughlin, Se., in his
Fnneral on Wednesday at 9 a. m. Friends
ot the family are respectfully invited to attend.
PATTERSON-On Bunday, November 10 at
2 p.m., Jane Pattehson. wife of Wm. Pattor
son. Sr., in the 68th year of her age.
Fnneral on Tuesday, November 12, at 11 A.
M., from her late residence, Jefferson township.
RILEY On Sunday. November 10, 1SS9, at 5
A. m., James Riley, in the 22d year of his age.
Funeral from his late residence, lis Pike
street, on Tuesday, November 12, at 2J50 p. m.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
SHORT On Monday, November 11, 1889 at
7 p. m., Geobqe B. Shobt, In the 27th year ot
Fnneral services at his father's residence, 13
Fayette street, Allegheny, on Wednesday,
November 13, at 2 p.m. Interment private at
a later hour. 2
SHORT On Monday. November 11. 1RR9
S:10 a. m Clara Kelleb Shobt, aged 4 years
6 months and 25 days.
Funeral from tho residence of her grand
mother, 4568 Penn avenue, on Wednesday,
November IS, at 10 o'clock a. m. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend.
In this city in Medium and Finest
Our stock of Hen's Underwear, in all
grades, is very complete. "We invite your
attention to our three lines of Derby Bibbed
bnirts and Drawers in .Natural Wool and
Tan Shades, $2 each. $1 per suit.
Plain Cashmere Shirts and Drawers at (2
Camel's Hair Shirts and Drawers in stripe
and plain, at $1 50, $1 75 and $2 each.
Scarlet Wool Shirts and Drawers at $1,
SI 50, $2 and $3 each.
Also our lines oi finegrades Natural "Wool
Shirts and Drawers, in seven different
weights and qualities.
Also, our Silk and Wool Mixed Shirts
and Drawers, in light, medium and heavy
Fine English Cashmere Shirts and Draw,
crs. Merino Shirts and Drawers in Natural
Wool, Tan and Brown Shades. Also White
Merino, in all weights and qualities, at low.
est prices. We are the sole agents for West
ern Pennsylvania for the Celebrated Dr.
Jaeger's System of Wool Underwear for
Men, Women and Children.
Ladies' Eibbed Wool and Cashmere Hqso
at 60, 65, 75c, $1 pair. Extra values and
prices to suit everyone.
Ladies' fine Cashmere Hose, plain silk,
spliced soles and heels, at 51 pair. Extra
fine silk-plaited Cashmere Hose at $1 25.
Ladies' fleeced line silk at $1.
Boys' extra heavy Cotton Hose, our Iron
clad brand, all sizes now in stock.
Ladies' fleece;lined cotton in fast black,
40, 50 and 65c a pair; colors, 50 and 65c; un
bleached, 25, 35 and 50c; brown mixed at
ouc; aiso extra sizes in mack and un
bleached. Ladies' Natural "Wool Hose in light and
medium weights, 75e a pair; same as last
year's $1 quality.
Ladies' Swiss Wool Eibbed Drawers,
white and natural, all sizes.
Black Silk Gimps, 20c, 35c, SOc, 75c, 81 up to
S12 per yard.
White Silk Gimps (new) 35c and 75c
Colored Silk Gimps, 60c, 75c. SI.
New designs in Persian, SI 75, S2, $4.
Colored Passementeries, $1 75 to 88.
New VAN DYKE Trimming In black and
colors, $2, $275, I4.fi
Visit this department for best grades and
All the New Designs in Buttons
In Fancy, Crochet and Pearl.
NEW VAN DYKE LACES
IN POINT DEJEANE.
Also Oriental, Torchon, Pat. Val. Medici,
Patent Macrame, Black, etc., at all prices.
SPECIAL VALUES IN RIBBONS
ALL SILK RIBBONS, Satin edge. 12kc, 15c,
18c Full line of Moire, Satin and Picot edge.
Also French Gros Grain from the cheapest to
NEW and STYLISH NECKWEAR
For Children and Ladies; also new Collars,
Caffs, Ruchings, Handkerchiefs, etc.
SPECIAL VALUES IN CLOAKS.
710 Ponn avenue, 710.
Between Seventh and Eighth sts.
By a thorouch knowledge of the natural laws
which govern the operations of digestion and
nutrition,and and by a careful application of the
Fleishman & Co.,
AN INTERESTING CHAPTER IN OYERG0AT&
All Styles! All bjiapes! All Sizes! All Prices! AH
Patterns! All Fabrics!
These are the most serriceiHe
and durable garments made for
winter wear. None should be with
out one. Possession means comfort
and money saved from doctors and
druggists. We have them inplaia
and fancy ribbed Chinchillas, plaia .
and check Cassiraeres, Fnr Beams,
Irish Friezes, Diagonals, plain and
fancy Mixtures, etc, made upwitk
fine check and stripe wool Ihuafs.
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$4 to $25.
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hasproridedour breakfast tables with a deli
cately flavored beverage which may save ns
many heavy doctors' bills. Itisbythejudicious
use of such articles of diet that a constitution
may be gradually built up until strong enough 1
to resist every tenaency to disease. Hundreds
of subtle maladies are floating around us ready
to attack wherever there is a weak point. We
may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping our.
selves well fortified -with pure blood and a prop
erly nourished frame." Civil Service Gazette
Made simplywithboilingwaterormilk. Sold
only in half pound tins by Grocers, labeled thus:
In Each and Every
$5 to $25.
Elegantly made of the finesf.iSiiliK
rics, these coats are the very height
of style for street wear aad"isr
driving. They come in ChiackiHi,
Beavers, Auburn Meltons, Kerseys,
and other equally rich and ha,ii
some materials. The appearance,
finish and trimmings; of the. Sack
Overcoats we are showiaf tha
season will equal the work oi ay
custom Tailoring shop k tlw;
COUntrv. while our nnVp? 9&m
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J 25 to 50 per cent lower.
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PATENT SHEET IRON- ANNEAUNGr
With an Increased capacity and hydraulic
machinery wo 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 Val
lev Railroad. leo-55-TTS
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH Ji VENDUE.
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillings from SI up, Amalirars. 60c:
silver, 75c; white alloy, $L
Oold Crowns a specialty.
DR. 3. M. MoOLAREN,
Corner Bmithfield and Fourth avenue.
Or the Liquor Habil Positively Cared
by Administering Dr. Haines'
It can be elven in a cap of coffee or tea without
the knowledge or the person taking It; is abso
lutely harmless, and will effect a permanent and
speedy cure, whether tbe patient li a moderate
drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Tbonaands of
llrunkards have been nude temperate men who
have taken Uolden Specific In their coffee without
their knowledge and to-day bellere ther qutt
drinking from their own Tree wUl. IT HfEyKll
1A1LS. The srstem onre Imnrrirn.lteil with tho
bpeclflc. It becomes an utter impossibility for the I
liquor appetite to exist. For sale by A. J. Rankin. I
blxth andfenn arc.. .Pittsburg; E. Uolden t CoT,
Oome parly in the
day and avoid
. $5 to $30.
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The finest Singfe-Breasfed
OVERCOATS made in this co
are to be found in. our Qc-1
House this season.. We- have
in fine all-wool Chinchillas, liftum
Diagonal Cheviots, Kerseys,
tons and. other popular and styttk
t- . .t ..n ... .. ii
iaoncs, wnn. "irooie" collars, Jhsij
seams, aiiir, satin, and fiac
linings. Wehave them ia afl
and sizes, and can guarantee
fit as well as. satisfaction
saving to every purchaser,
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Sixth street and
SOFT ROLL OVERCOATS.
$5 to $35.
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This coat is a strong
being adapted for both.
coui weamer. we nave, aa,
endless variety made "ap. 0;f-Wa
Diagonals, Melton?, blue, 'black' mMI
brown Kerseys, and other dcskalM
fabrics. They are lined with
dlesez Flannel, Serge and the'1
Silk. No three dealers in. '.
can equal our stock.
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63 . Federal st.
Heo. A. Kelly A Co..
Allegheny. Tirade supplied by
m: .imuuric ro. aus
$10 to $30.
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There is a greater demand
season for these coats thaa ever
fore, and in anticipation, of It
had made for as a larger aad
varied stock than heretofore.
have every desirable pattern;
made in this line. No dealer
Pittsburg can give yo
values or as mammoth a v
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siviisu patterns to seisci
STKAMKUS AND EXCURSIONS.
Ty H1TE STAB UMS-
FOU QUfcEDSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
Royal and United States Mill steamers.
Teutonic, Nov. 13, 9am
uermamc, piot. u,a
.Drii&unic. I Or.z, o:
'Adriatic Dec tlnni
rrom White Star dock.
Teutonic, Dec 11, 7:30 am
Germanic, Dec. 18.2 pm
U ri tannic. Dec. 2.T. 7:30am
Adriatic. Jan. 1.
foot ftf Wn.t T.th t.
Second cabin on theaA ittpnm.r. ki.nn ..im
fiN.uu upwuu. EKituiiu c&diu, E& and upwaru,
according to steamer and location or bertb. Ex
"We announce the arrival of an entire new line ol English Double-Barrel Breech
Xoaders they are the best lot of the season consisting of Guns made by O. G. Bonehill,
W. & 0. Scott, Greener, Eichards, Loomis and other, manufacturers of equal note, which
ire are able to sell at lower prices than ever before offered. Also on hand L. C. Smith,
Parker Bros., Baker & Colt Gnns, at lowest prices.
Give us. a call and satisfy yourself.
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SIMirr, 934 Liberty St, Cor. Smithfield.
curslon tickets on favorable terms.
White St&r drafts rj&vabla nn rlotr
principal banks throughout Ureat Britain.
to JCHN J. MCCORMICK, rjw.nrt jni Umlth.
Held St., nttsburnr, or J. BRliCEiHMA. Gen
eral Anent, 41 Ilroidwar, New York. noC-D
BLOCKER'S DUJCH COCOA.
150 CUPS FOR IL
CHOICEST. PUBE8T. BEST. TRY XT.
ie the MOST ELEGANT
OfaU Itngglkta, but beware ot Imitation!
JAMES ARCHIBALD 4 BRO..
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES,
117, 119 and 138 Third avenue, two doors below
onuumeia si., ne aoor to central iloteL
Carriages for funerals,?! Carriages for operas,
parties, ic., at the lowest rates. All new car.
riages. Telephone comTrniT ntinn. rnyl-ll-xra
Ti EPRESEMTEU IN JPXTTSBURU IN ISO.
ASSETS . . 9jm,698S3.
Insurance Co. of North America,
Leases adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 64 Fourth avenue. ia2CMs2-D
WESTERN INSVKANCE CO.
NO. ill WOOD STREET.
r ALEXANDER NIMICK, President'
JOHN & JACKSON. Vice President
jieffi-ao-iTB yt jk. r. "uttfiffiT,
To Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin
FROM NEW YORK EVERY THURSDAY.
Cabin passage Ki to $50. according to location
of stateroom. Excursion fOi to too.
btcerage to and from Europe at Lowest Kates,
AUSTIN BALDWIN & CO., General Aeenta.
53 Broadway, Mew York.
J.J. MoCORMICK, Agent,
639 and 401 Smithfield Si., Pittsburg, Pa.
Balling every Wednesday from Philadelphia
and Liverpool Passenger accommodations lor
all classes unsurpassed. Tickets sold to and
trom Great Britain and Ireland, Norway, Swe
den, Denmark, etc.
PETER WRIGHT & SONS,
General agents. 307 Walnut st, Philadelphia.
Full Information can bo had of J. J. MCCOR
MICK, Fourth avenue and Smithfield street
LOUIS MOESEB, 616 Smithfield street V
OAMTintVl W. L. Douglas' name and tne price are stamped on the bottom ot a
jyriU I I V-MN bhoes advertised by him before leaving his factory; this protects tbe
wearers against high prices and inferior goods. Take none nnle.s so stamped, nor be deceived
oy others claimed to be as good, on which dealers make more profit, bnt send direct to factory,
and receive i bv return mail what you want State kind, button, congress or lace, wide or narrow
,e,sJz?and.wlJdthninalljrworn'and indosa price with order. Prompt delivery and satisfac
tion guaranteed. Address, w. U DOUG&8, Brockton. Miss.
W. L. DOUGLAS
VPO SnUh GENTLEMEN.
Our claims for this shoe over ill other $3 shoes
jt contains betlsr malarial.
Jt is more stylish, batter fitting and durable.
It gives batler gensral satisfaction.
jt saves more money for the consumer.
Its grist success is due lo merit.
It cannot be duplieitid by any other manafao.
If Is the bast In tha world, and has a larger da.
mind than any olhir $3 shoe advertised.
pj,vJU prove the above statements to be untrue.
Tbe following line ot shoes will be f onnd to be of
the same high standard of excellence.
$5 CO GENUINE HAND-SEWED SHOE.
S4 00 HAND.SEWED WELT SHOE.
$3 SO POLICE AND FARMERS' SHOE.
S2 50 EXTRA VALUE CALF" SHOP.
2 23 WORKWOMAN'S SHOE.
$2 00 QOOD-WEAR SHOE.
$2 00 and SI 75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES.
All made In Congress, Bntton audLaee.
Both Ladles' Shoes aro made in sizes from 1 to 7, including half sizes, and B, c, D, B and ZE f
StYLES OF LADIES' SHOES.
,.T,0.Frnen flP,.,. "Ti'.' sPn,fh Aron Opera," 'The American Common.Sensi." "Ths
i.oanse." nn maos; in nuiion in tne Latest Styles. Also, French Ooera la
$8 to $35.
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These coats are all the ragejv
stylish dressed gentleawB, si;mSn
especially designed for fttrsctfa
evening wear. We have; hiamdHSSf
of them made of fine Kerseyv
tons, Scotch Cassimeres,
etc. They are made with
collars, lap seams, and
stitched edges, and are. particitla
nobby for young Ken.
W. L. DOUGLAS $3 AND $2 SHOES
Front Lace, on S3 Shoe only,
SPECIAL w'.uwwunrtr shoe (laeed) for SenllemiR, with heavy It. (!
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We Stand Far and Away Ahead!
BOYS' CLOTHIERS OF THIS
Nowhere else will yon find such good quality goods for sreil
money. With ns you pay no fancy prices, no matter how
goods; you get what you pay for, and get it in a better iszke aMlfi
stylish in cut than anywhere else in this region.
LISTEN: We give drives not alone from the latest styles, bt,'
and lowest prices, but from a larger and more varied stock ths.
found in any other three houses ia Pittsburg.
Children's Overcoats from 98c to $10.
Small Boys Overcoats from $2 to $15. v
Big Boys' Overcoats from $2 50 to $18.
Orders by Mail Promptly AttewW ti
Be sure ydu send in your name and address (on a postal
do) ana we'll tint you on our i-K-c-Jt jiai a&a seaa to vMrr.ii
our "Ulustrated Monthly."
"Our Yonng Folks' Drawing Book" can be had on appUcatfaA i
store, free of charge.
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