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IW '" THE PITTSBUJRG- DISPATCH, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, I88& . ' " ' $'y:
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lg ATonngManWhoConldNotPayHis NEwToni'ember i5.-essieKoiier.a uMnrLI 1 A, fS
EH Hntpl Sill TuVpb n nnco f cloakmatr In the employ of Abraham Ivy, L WU An
mm .,-.- - v. " at S7 Lxialow street, has been reported missing. -
Bj On September 1 she started to' visit a brother 111 1 I
if rnrsnw T( pvn mc ironnnrp isS.?reb.ed,,. I I I I ft Lf L 9
wBL stances of the case are .peculiar. Bessie is 8a IIII fr 111 II
p-" years old and unmarried. The latter fact wor- 11 1 I I I I J
Ps . rm. ... , t.. T , :. ried her exceedingly. In order that she might TT " " " nnmi I I rt
Kg A Denial Of That Alleged Elg Independent obtain enoaEh money to make it an induce- V U L I I A I V
IF; n'hin nil Hail ment for some man to marry her. she worked r I I . I 4 I .
m- -... -vu hard, made money quite rapidly, ana sayeu w li P J I f llW
ALL THE HEWS FROM KEARBI TOWKS
tErECUL TZXEORAX TO THE VISMTGB.1
WABETN, November 15. A flashily
dressed young man. named Charlie Per
kins, accompanied by a young son of Banker
Teeters, of Alliance, has been putting up at
the best hotel here, and having a general
rood time for the past tvro weeks. Perkins'
ostensible business was selling fine engrav
ings, but his receipts never materialised to
the extent of his being able to meet his
Shortly after being asked to pay up this
afternoon he was discovered in an uncon
scious condition by his roommate, and only
the prompt work of doctors saved his life.
He had taken three-quarters of an ounce of
laudanum. His emplover, J. B. Kelly, 102
Fourth street, Pittsburg, was telegraphed
and will be here to-night.
Eo Eke Saved Eoonsh to Bay a
and Is Now Missing.
New Yoke, November li-essie Koller, a
cloakmaaer la the employ of Abraham Levy,
at E7 Lcdlow street, has been reported missing.
On September 1 she started to' visit a brother
in Shady Gap, Pa. She never reached there,
and has not been beard of since. The circum;
stances of the case are .peculiar. Bessie is 3o
years old and unmarried. The latter fact wor
ried her exceedingly. In order that she might
obtain enough money to make it an induce
ment for some man to marry her, she worked
hard, made money quite rapidly, and saved
every penny possible. She denied hersolf
proper clothing. More than that, she went
without pfoper nourishment in order to accu
mulate money more rapidly. In consequence
of this, she was seized with a fever that usually
Levy, not knowing the exact cause of her
complaint, became tearful that it was some
thing contagious. Onthis account he advised
the woman to stop work and go away for a
while until she became well again. She re
fused to consult a physician, grudging the ex
Eense. Levy' became so alarmed that she
nally concluded to go away for a rest. She
has a brother in bnsiness at Shady Gap, Pa
and decided to visit him. He has heard noth
ing of her. It la likely she has been overcome
by exhaustion on her journey, and is now in
NOTORIOUS BURGLARS CAPTURED.
Allentown Officer Make n Raid on Trumps
and Capture Three Crook.
AlAEKTOWK; November 15. For the past
few months robberies have been numerous in
this and adjacent counties. While the perpe
trators managed to elude capture, yet it was
evident that the work was being done by an or
ganized gang -of profesdonals. The robberies
were generally committed at country stores.
During Munday night the store of Joseph Tay
in. .rrninnnni vmt robbed and the follow
ing night the store of T. F. Bergstrosser, at
Old Zionsville, was visited.
Detective Smith, ot this city, went to work
on the case and concluded that the robberies
were committed by a gang ot tramps who had
their rendezvous at Aineyville, a mile below
this city. Summoning to his aid Detective
Johnson, of Easton: Constables Riley and
Doran. of South Bethlehem, and Chier Sheck
ler and Constable Laub, of Catasauqua, he
made a raid on the headquarters of the tramps.
Fifteen men were captured, but only three
were placed under arrest, ana thej proved to
be some of the most notorious burglars in East
ern Pennsylvania. Tbev are Henry Shenk,
known as the "Telegraph Operator;" Otto
Buuch and George Hartman. Alot of jewelry
and a package of shoes stolen from Bergstros
ser's store were recovered. The trio were com
mitted to jail for a bearing.
FOUR BODIES FOUND.
The largest Number Recovered In One Day
for Some Time.
tgrECIAX. TELIQBAX TO TOT DISPXTCILl
JOHirsxowy, November 15. The force at
work searching for the dead began at a new
place to-day on the banks of the Conemaugh,
just below Lincoln street bridge, and their
labor was rewarded by finding two victims
of the flood. It is thouubt that many more
bodies will be found at this place, as it has not
been touched up to the present time, and
dynamite bad to be -used to-day to
loosen up the debris so it
could be removed. One body was
found in Stony creek and one in the Cone
maugh, near Sheridan station, three miles
below town, making four in all. Two of the
bodies were women and one a child, and the
other that of a lnan. None of them were
identified. It was at first thought that one of
the bodies was that of Mrs. Ogle, late Manager
of the Western Union Telegraph office, but
upon examination by her son, it was proved ,
not to be hers. This is the largest number of
bodies found iaono day for two months.
LITED WITH A BROKEN KECK.
Bin. Ma.sey Die of Bright' Diienie a Tear
After Injury by a Fall.
WmnsGTOir, Del., November 15. An au
topsy that was held on the body of Mrs. Henry
P. Masse y shortly alter her death, which oc
curred on Monday, near Smyrna, revealed that
the seventh vertebra was completely dislo
cated, in addition to a fracture at the base of
the neck. The fracture had healed, and neither
it nor the dislocation would have caused the
death, as her demise was due to an attack of
Brignt's disease, -which was superinduced by a
concussion of the spine.
The concussion, dislocation and fracture were
caused by a fall down a flight of stairs at her
home on October 15, 1SSS. She was 7 years
BAREHEADED WOMEN EXCLUDED.
' ONLY A POOL INTENDED.
Nothing In the slorr ofa Xcw Independent
BPXCZAT. TUIdUM TO THZ DISPATCH. I
FlNDiiAY, November 15. The story of the
big oil deal reported from here last night to the
effect that-J. C. McKinney, of Titusville. Pa
and New York and Philadelphia capitalists bad
secured 20,000 acres of oil territory and that the
corrpany wonld erect refineries and operate as
an independent concern, the land being situ
ated in this immediate vicinity, is pronounced
by John Foe and the others alleged to be in tbe
deal as without foundation In fact, purely
The only thing that could have given color to
the dispatch is the negotiations now pending
looking toward tbe consolidation of the inde
pendent refiners in this field into a pool for
mutual benefit, in the way of preserving the
territory tbey now control against the en
croachments of the Standard. This sort of a
deal hasTjeen on for several days, but has not
yet reached an issue.
A QUESTION OF POISONS.
Sirs. Rabbit' Drain a 91ytery Owing; to
an Undertaker' Haste.
Wilkesbakee, November 15. On Novem.
her 6 Mrs. Bridget Rabbit, of Pittston, died
suddenly with symptoms very like those due to
arsenic poisoning. She is the sister-in-law of
Edward Glynn, cow in jail here awaiting trial
on the charge of poisoning hi mother and
raotber-in-law to obtain their life insurance
money and was an important witness against
A coroner's jury was impaneled and an in
vestigation begun. Through some mistake,
however, the undertaker proceeded to embalm
tbe body before the autopsy was made and in
jected a solution containing arsenic into tbe re
mains. This rendered it impossible to ascer
tain whether she died from the poison or not
The jury, however, to-day rendered a verdict
that she came to her death from some poison,
the nature of which was unknown. They cen
sured the undertaker.
St. Panl's Rule Strictly Enforced at a
Washington, November 15. Dr. B. F.
Rodgers. surgeon United States navy, for
merly of Lancaster, Pa, was married to-night
to Miss Bessie Ramsay Hill, granddaughter of
General Ramsay and niece of Commodore
Ramsay, in the presence of a fashionable com
nanyat St. James' Episcopal Church, Capitol
The rector, who holds all the Pauline teach
ings, strictly refused to allow any of the
women to appear in the church with uncovered
heads. So even the bride and her bridemalds
had to wear aigrettes large enough to cover the
Time, the great crucible, has proven Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup to be peerless. 25
CgTHE SUiVER LOCKET, a
clever detective story, is pub
lished in to-morrow's DISPATCH.
BIarr!age License Granted Yeaterday.
S Magnns Beppert. Pittsburg
Katharine State ritttburg
(Martin Jonas Plttstmrg
J Elizabeth Holmok Pittsburg
John J. Smith. Pittsburg
Mary Yost East Brady
LANG AIKEN On Thursday evening, No
vember 14, 18S9. at 8 o'clock, by Rev. W. J.
Reid, D. D., at tbe borne of the bride, Edwaed
U. Lang to Roberta H. Aiken, both of Alle
A Terdlct That Caused Surprise.
r6PrcIAl.TKLEOKAM TO THB DIRP ATTH.
WH.KESBAEBE. November 15. William
Sulgopky. who has been on trial here for the
murder of Peter Selitsky. last August, was
acquitted to-day. The verdict caused much
EEELY, THE M0T0E KAN,
Ha Now Applied for a Patent for a Pneu
PHTl.ADEi.pniA, November 15. Inventor
John W. Keely. of motor fame, has applied for
a patent for a pneumatic gun, which, his friends
claim, will prove much more effective and
economical than Lieutenant Zalinski's gun. A
trial of it was made a few days ago near Rose
inont, on tno farm of James SlcCann, and those
who witnessed it say that it was entirely suc
cessful. Tbe gun, which was a brass tube
about five feet long with 1-inch bore, was fired
by compressed air admitted from two heary
Iron cvlinders, in wbich the pressure wasi200
and 1.700 pounds to tbe square inch.
Twelve shots were fired, twonr throAnfirH.i
were carried over a mile. Keely was so pleased
with the workings of the gun that lie decided to
have one 12 feet long and 6-inch bore built
which will be capable of throwing six to eight
pounds of dynamite two miles. This will be
tried at the Government testing station at
Governor Dearer Makes a Speech With
Borne Terse Crltlclam.
Lancaster. November IS. The attractions
at the Teachers Institute were Onrernnr
Beaver and State Superintendent Higbee, both
of whom delivered addresses. The courtroom
was crowded and hundreds were turned away
from the doors. The Governor said that the
common sense wbich he wonld apply to the
schools would be to take more off tbe top of the
system and put it on the bottom.
He wonld have every child taught the prac
tical affairs of lift, and if theyBwant aSo
plishments they should get them elsewhere
than in tbe common schools. He claimed that
there was too much high pressure in our High
School, and strongly urged the establishment
of Industrial schools and the lngrafan" of that
juea ut uic cummoa scnooi system.
Some Relies of the Prehistoric Age.
TKEjTTOjr. N. JM November 15. Dr.C. O.
Abbott, of Trenton, has found, many feet be!
neatb the surface of the ground, in a railroad
cutting at M orris ville. above Trenton, numer
ous fine specimens of paleolltbs rudely fasb
loned tools and Instruments of tbe earliest pre
historic stone age. The specimens were
viewed by Dr. F. W. Putnam, of Cambridge
University, who pronounced them genuine, and
they were removed to Peabody Museum a:
B'-OUR BOYS AND GIRLS
will find some very interesting
features In to-morrow'e SIS-PATCH.
BIRD On Friday, November 15, 18S9. at 6
o'clock P. M., An kie, the wife of John Bird, in
the 38th year of her age.
Funeral services at the residence of her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Jos. Tatcall, 110 Washington
street, Pittsburg, Stjkdat at 2 o'clock.
Friends of ut family are respectfully invited
DUFFEY Oil Friday, November 15, 1883, at
2.30 p. m.. EdwAbd DnjTir, aged SO years.
Funeral from as late residence, 62 Poplar
alley, on Suss at, 17th Inst., at 2 p. u. Friends
of the family are resp'ectf ally invited to attend.
EVANS At her resiflencejComer Butler
and Bridge streets, Etna, sn Wednesday No
vember 13, 1889, at 8 P. M., Mfes. Mary H., wife
of John Evans, Sr., furnace wilder, in tbe 18th
year of her agel
Funeral from the residence atjjrdat at 2
P. H. Friends of the family are reiecUqlly
Invited to attend. 2
GARRISON On Friday, November 15, 18S9
at 6:30 P. M., Geobge Frederick, only son of
Samuel and Anna M. Garrison, aged 6 weeks.
Funeral services at the family residence, Eu
clid ave near Sampson aye.. Nineteenth ward,
this (Saturday) afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Friends of tho family are invited to attend.
JACKMAN At his residence. No. 138 Penn
avenue, on r nday morning, at o o'clock. An
drew Jackman, in his 72d year.
Funeral from his late residence 136 Penn
avenue, on Monday morntng at 9-20 o'clock.
Services at St. Paul's Catnedralat 10 a.m.
Friends ol tbe family are Invited to attend. 3
MORONEY On Fridar, November 15, at2-10
p. 3L, Maggie, daughter of MatihewJ. and
Kattie Moroney, aged 3 years 9 months 3 days.
Funeral will take place from her parents'
residence, rear of 1709 Liberty avenue. Bloom
field, Twentieth ward, on Sunday, November
17, at 2 P. M. Friends of the family are respect
fully Invited to attend.
MORATH On Thursday, October 14, atl225.
Ecgusta. wife of Isador Morath, aged 10 years
7 months 10 days.
Funeral Saturday, November 16,at 10 A. K.,
from residence of parent, 212 Ohio street Alle
gheny. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend. 2
RENSHAW At Freeport, Pa.. F. B. Ren-
Funeral from his late residence, Freeport,
Pa., Saturday,' November 16. 1889, at 2.30 p. jr.
THOMAS On Friday. November 15, 1889 at
5 P.M., of diphtbena. BUD A, oldest son of O
J. and Lizzie Thomas, aged 5 years and 5
Funeral from the parents' residence, 116
Twenty-fifth street, on Sunday at 2 p. m.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
WARDEN On November M, 1889, at 11-10 p
H., at her residence, 11 Townsend street Mrs.
Eliza Warden, in the 81st year of her age.
Funeral services at tbe Second U. P. Church
Sixth avenue, on Saturday afternoon, at
2 o'clock. Interment private.
WATT In Philadelphia, on the 12th instant
John M., eldest son of tbe late John M. and
Esther B. Watt, and brother of Grift. Y. Watt
JAMES ARCHIBALD A BRO
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.
H7, 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below
Smithfield st, next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages for funeralaQ. Carriages for oneran
parties, ic, at the lowest rates. All new car
riages. Telephone communication. myl-ll-xTS
pEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN ISO,
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 each and 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 with
VELVEENS are a new brand
with a soft, smooth surface impene
trable to dust
33 FIFTH AVENUE 33
Not Common Goodg.bnt Good qualities at
uncommon close prices that will pay you
to shop here and the largest assortments
for choice ot selection.
GENTS' JAPANESE SIIiK HOUSE
COATS at 54 50.
Gents' Imported Scotch and English
House Coats, $6, $8, $ 9 and up to ?15 choice
effects in plaids and stripes.
Gents' Scotch Miied Shirts and Dziwen,
CO cents each an extra bargain.
Six lines in all sizes of Gents' Shirts and
Drawers, at 75 cents, 51 and 51 25 each, in
Vicuna Mixed, Camel's Hair, Scotch and
Sanitary Wool, that are worth attention if
you wish choice goods and to save money on
GENTS' TJNDERWEAE in thw Fur
nishing Denartment, from 51 50 to $4 a gar
ment, in all the best makes, at interesting
GENTS' SILK UNDERWEAR.
IiADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN'S
From 20c to Finest Silk.
THE NEW AND GENUINE JENNESS
We don't say no other house keeps as good
Underwear as we do, but we do say NONE
better, and FEW, IF ANY, are willing to
sell the goods at as low prices.
Ladies' New NECK RUCHINGS This
Department has been largely reassorted with
the choicest and many exclusive styles here;
500 styles for selection, 5c to 51 50 a yard;
the styles at 10c, 12c, 15c, 25c to 50c a yard
that possess the dainty elegance that ladies
desire and the prices make the friends. This
Great Ruching Department adjoins the Rib
Ladies, Gents and Qhildren's HAND
KERCHIEFS Hundreds of Dozens new
for bis Saturday's sales.
GenU New Silk MUFFLERS Our own
In this city in Medium and Finest
Our stock of Men's 'Underwear, in all
grades, is very complete. We1nvite your
attention to our' three lines of Derby Ribbed
Shirts and Drawers in Natural Wool and
Tan Shades, 52 each, 54 per suit
Plain Cashmere Shirts and Drawers at 52
Camel's Hair Shirts and Drawers in strjrw.l
and plain, af&O. fl,7$ ami each. v
bcariet Wool Shirts and Drawers at 51,
51 50, 52 and 53 each.
Also our lines ot fine grades 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
ers. Merino Shirts and Drawers in Natural
Wool. Tan and Brown Shades. Also While
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' Ribbed Wool and Cashmere Hose
at 60, 65, 75c, 51 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 51 25.
Ladies' fleeced line silk at 5L
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
50c; also extra sizes in black and un
bleached. Ladies' Natural Wool Hose in light and
medium weights, 75c a pair; same as last
year's 51 quality. i
Ladies' Swiss Wool Ribbed Drawers,
white and natural, all sizes.
US, ii7, ii). 121 '
Federal Street, Allegheny
N. B. WINTER GLOVES-Ladies,
Gents, Misses, Boys and Children's. Never
were these departments in as good shape to
serve 'you with the best and at such ad
in Silks, Dress Goods,
Wash Fabrics, Lace
Hosiery, Corsets, Quilts,
Blankets, etc., etc.
"0 monstrous i but one naif-penny worth of bread to thU intolerable
deal of sack." -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 addi "O more monstrous still ! but one penny's worth of
substance to this intolerable deal of gas I" It's a mistake to talk unless
you've something worth talking about It's a mistake to advertise unless
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. BUT THEY WON'T! Pittsburgers 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 it'l
be for 'em.
$ $ ' 9
IN ACTIVE PREPARATION
Anniversary : Opening
Books, Dolls, Toys,
Games and Rich Holiday
AN INTERESTING CHAPTER IN OVERCOATS.
All Styles! All Shapes! All Sizes! All Prices! All
Patterns! All Fabricsl - '
These are the most serviceable
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 in plain
and fancy ribbed Chinchillas, plain
and check Cassimeres, Fur Beavers,
Irish Friezes, Diagonals, plain and
fancy Mixtures,, etc, made up with
fine check and stripe wool linings.
I ) I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1
$4 to $25.
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Sixth Street and Penn Ave.
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
$5. to $25.
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Elegantly made of the finest fab
rics, these coats are the very height
of style for street wear and for
driving. They come in Chinchillas,
Beavers, Auburn Meltons, Kerseys,
and other equally rich and hand
some materials. The appearance,
finish and trimmings of the Sack
Overcoats we are showing this
season will equal the work of any
Custom Tailoring shop in this
country, while our prices are from
25 to 50 per cent lower.
By a thorough knowledge ot the natural laws
which govern the operations of digestion and
nutrltion.and and by a careful application of the
fine properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps
has provided our breakfast tables with a
many heavy doctors' bills. Itisbythe judicious
cately flavored beverage wbich may save us
many heavy doctors' bills. Itisbvtbelndicious
usef'SuoSarttclaiol-iJet that a constitution
may oe gradually Dnut
to resist every tendenc
Bliy be gradually bnUt up Pntil strone enough
Uencv to cllaeae xiuaureus
of snbtle maladies are floating around us ready
wj auacK wnerever mere is a v""- p"" "
may escape many a fatal sbaft',BT keeping our
selves well fortified with pure Mood and a prop
erly nourished frame." Civil Service Oazettc
Made KimDlvwItbboillnswatarormiiK. 001a
only in half pound tins by Qrocet. labeled thus:
only in half pound tins by C
ELIXIR OF 01
HORNE & WARD,
Is a preparation of the Dmtr b-
jurious effects are removed, wbUe
medicinal propprties are retained.
all tbe sedative, anodyne, and an
powers of Opium, but produces no
tbe stomach, no vomiting, no cost:
hft&d&nhp. Tn ArntA TiArvnns Hnnr
invaluable remedy, and is recommene'a D7 tbe
nest pnysicians. a
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GOLDEN HAIR BLEA
with a few applications, produca
THE HAIR. Price 50c at
coldensannv bne so much souchtforari
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$5 to 30.
FLEMING'S DRUG STORE
Market and DianioJ
COLLARS AND CUFFS'
TJnequaled Varieties, Sellable Goods and
Fleishman & Co.,
N. B. Sleds given away to all purchasers
Boys' Overcoats, Boys' KUt Suits, Boys Pants
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The finest Single-Breasted SACK
OVERCOATS made in this country
are to be found in our Clothing
House this seases We have them
in fine all-woof C inchillas, Elysian
and Fur Beavers, Camel's Hair,
Diagonal Cheviots, Kerseys, Mel
tons and other popular and stylish
fabrics, with "Poole" collars, lap
seams, silk, satin and fine wool
linings. We have them in all shades
and sizes, and can guarantee perfect
fit as well as satisfaction and a
saving to. every purchaser of one of
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SOFT ROLL OVERCOATS.
$5 to $35.
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 11
This 'coat is a strong favorite,
being adapted for both mild and
cojd weather. We have an almost
endless variety made up of Wales,
Diagonals, Meltons, blue, black and
brown Kerseys, and other desirable
fabrics. They are lined with Mid
dlesex Flannel, Serge and the best
Silk. No three dealers in Pittsburg
can equal our stock.
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dl FIFTH jL VENUE.
JONES' MAGIC ROACH POW
DER. Roaches banished by con
tract. Satisfaction Guaranteed or
no nav. 35 SEVENTH avh
'Pittsburg. Pa Price (1 50 per
Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses ad us tea and paid or WILLIAM L
84 Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-D
WESTERN INSURANCE CO.
NO. 411 WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIMICK, President
JOHN K JACKSON. Vice President,
f e22-28-TT8 WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary
PITTSBURG ART SCHOOL, ESTAB
LISHED 1884, offers advantaces of a
thorough Academic School of
Art, combined with private in
struction; each pupil nnder
joint direction of George- Het
zel (Dusseldorf Academy), John
W. Beatty (Munich Academy).
Students who cannot attend datlr
may enter for limited number of
days a week. For prospectus address
junxi vr. sii&iii, r-nncipai.
413 Wood street. Plttsbure.
C 8.Si70T,SS Utroer St, N. X.
jror saie wcoiesaie and retail bv
103 Federal 8tret.
For sale wholesale and retail by
U th PUREST, BEST and Cleanest
Ol an Druggists, but beware e Imitations.
A remarkably successful seminary for
young ladies and girls. Admirable loca
tion. Elegant new building. Exception
ally strong faculty. Superior equipment
and comprehensive character. Thorough
preparation for the best American colleges
for women, or a complete course. Pupils
last year from thirteen States. For illus
trated catalogues address the Principal, Misi
Ada L Arts, B. A, Gambler, O.
8N"AF NO. 6.
$10 to $30.
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There is a greater demand this
season for these coats than ever be
fore, and in anticipation of it we
had made for us a larger and more
varied stock than heretofore. We
have every desirable pattern that's
made in this line. No dealer in
Pittsburg can give you as great
values or as mammoth a variety of
stylish patterns to select from as
we offer. '
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"We announce the arrival of an eFtlre new Hne English Double-Barrel Breech-
Loaders they are the best lot of the seasoP-consisting of Guns made by 0. G. Bonehill;
TV. & C. Scott, Greener, Richards, LoomiS ani other manufacturers of equal note, which
we are able to sell at lower prices than eyfT before offered. Also on hand L. C. Smith,
Parker Bros., Baker & Colt Guns, at lowe.7' pnees.
Give us a call and satisfy yourself.
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St, Cor. Smithfield.
" A I ITirirVl . L. Dougl..' name and
wnw . si onoes advertised dv mm Dt""
wearers acainst high prices and inferior goods. 'fiake none unless so stamped, nor be deceived
by others claimed to be as (rood, on wbich dealers rFf ke more profit, bnt send direct to factory,
and receive bv return mail what you want. State $ind, button, congress or lace, wide or narrow
toe, size and width usually worn, and inclose price! 1rtttl order. Prompt delivery and Batisfac-
me price are stamped on tbe bottom ot a
KENYON MILITARY ACADEMY.
A select school for boys. 66th year. Lo
cation of rare beanty and healthfulness, on a
bill-top, eleven hundred feet above sea level.
Elegant buildings. Masters all college grad
uates and teachers of tried efficiency. Thor
ough preparation for college or business.
Careful supervision of health, habits and
manners. Particular attention paid to the
training of young boys. Remarkable growth
during the past fouryears. Largenewgym
nasiom and drill hail. .For catalogues ad
dress' the Rector, Lawbmcs Rust, LL.Sk,
Gambler, O. m '
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$5 00 Gl
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S3 SO PI
$2 so e:
$2 25 W
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W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Ms...
lO I""! vj GENTLEMEN.
ns for this shoe over .11 other S3 shoes
is better material.
stylish, better filling and durable,
liter general satisfaction,
ore money for the consumer,
meet. I. due to merit.
be duplicated by any other manuf.c-ar.
last In the world, and has a larger d.
i any uinar J snoe advertised,
will be paid to any person who wfU
' $8 to $35.
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 u 1 1 1 in 1 1
These coats are all the rage with
stylish dressed gentlemen, and are
especially designed for street and
evening wear. We have hundreds
of them made of fine Kerseys, Mel
tons, Scotch Cassimeres, Friezes,
etc. They are made with "Poole"
collars, lap seams, and double
stitched edges, and are particularly
nobby for young men.
' prove theaboveatatemeotatob.nntrae.
nine line ot shoes wiU be found to be of
Bn standard of excellence.
UINE HAND-SEWED SHOE.
ID-SEWED WELT SHOE.
ICE AND FARMERS' SHOE.
RA VALUE CALF srtnr.
75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES.
8 In Congress, Button and Life.
41 A OilUUd -LADIES. .
clading half sizes, and B, C, V, B and EE
," ''The American Common-Sense," "The
e Latsst Styles. Also. French Opera in
:d) for Gentleman, with heavy tap sola
W. L. DOUGLAS, Broekton, Mass.
H. J. A O. M. lane. Fortv.flftti mi nn. t.tta. J K. Krohrlrfe. 88B Ftfak avesaa. S.
carter, 73 mn avenue, ti. v. Bperber. UM Carson J""- agaanr UMfi i
i eaerai meet, asa Mi, u. ruriiwM. 73 BefeeeM Si
W. L DOUGLAS $3 ANI
Both Ladles' Shoes are made in sizes from 1 to 7, iJ
STYLES OF LADIE
"The French Opera." 'The Spanish Arch Oner
Medium Cmmon-Senie." All made in Button in tr!
front Lace, on J anoe only.
QPCP.iAl VV-.L-POUULAS S3 GRAIN SHOE tl
wi kuiru and strictly waterproof,, ju.t out. i
We Stand Far and Away Ahead
BOYS' CLOTHIERS- OF THIS CITY.
Nowhere else will you find such good quality goods for such little
money. With us you pay no fancy prices no matter how fancy the
goods; you get what you pay for, and get it in a better make and more
stylish in cut than anywhere else in this region. '
'LISTEN: We give drives not alone from the latest styles, bestmakes
and lowest prices, but from a larger and more varied stock than can be
found in any other three houses in Pittsburg. - - " "
Children's Overcoats from 98c to $10. - "
Small Boys' Overcoats from $2 to $15. ,
Big Boys' Overcoats from $2 50 to $18.
Orders by Mail Promptly Attended to.
Be sure you send in your name and address (oa a postal, card will
do) and we'll put you on our FREE LIST and send you every aoath
our 'Illustrated Monthly."
"Our Young Folks' Drawing Book" can be ha,d on application at o
store, free of charge. , j.
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