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-THE PIlPrSBTm' ;piSPATOH;"-T-TlIllSpA,r, i, NOVEMBER -19, -1889.
A CAEL TO
Ik The Coal Diggers of Four States Asked
to Meet in Indianapolis
TO FIX A SCALE OF WAGES.
James Neff Again on Trial for Complicity
in HcCausland's Murder.
BEWSI ROTES FEOM TOWNS ABOUND
tSriCIAI. OUGBiU tO THE DISPATCH.
Columbus, November 18. John Mc
Bride, President of the Progressive Union of
Miners and "Mine Laborers, to-day issued
the following cull:
Tbemlncra of JJorthern Illinois. Indiana, Ohio,
"Western 1'ennsylTi.nU and West Virginia, -whose
coal goes Into Western and Northwestern mar
kets, are notified that a convention of this com
petitive district will be held in Indianapolis,
Wednesday, December 13, 18S9. All miners not
organized are requested to meet at their respect
ive mines to select and send delegates to this con
vention. The objects or this convention will bo
to consider and determine upon a poller bv and
through which the interesU of the ml'nciis and
mine laborers may be better protected and their
wares advanced during the coming ycu.
Ihe Joint movement or operators and miners for
the adjustment of mining rates in this district
gave good results to both parties while It lasted,
but the withdrawal or Illinois and Indiana opera
tors from the movement, and the bitter warfare
waged by them since ilav last against their em
ployes maKcs it practically impossible fornsto
meet them in convention next snrlnir. The cxner-
lenceof the last six months proves tons that
miners in no one or two States In this dtstt let
should again enter into an agreement with tbclr
employers, and allow miners in other
sections of the district to do all the
striking. We must stand or fall together as
n , district. We prcler peace rather than con
tention with operators, but the good of our
craftsmen in this field now demands that we
either secure a general agreement or deDend upon
our own efforts to win just and equitable rates
and conditions. The latter. Judging rrom present
surroundings, seems inevitable during toe com
ing vear. hence we advise the consideration of a
poller that will include among other things:
first restriction cither In hours, tonnage or by a
series of susDenslons at stated intervals through
out the entire competitive district. Second, the
creation ofa large defense fund between this and
May 1. 1890. to be used for the carrrlng out of the
policy acreed upon by the conventloc.
The conditions of the coal market now warrant
better prices than are being paid for mining, and.
if ourjndgment Is not seriously at fault, next
vear will Increase the prosperity of the coal min
ing lndustrv. It will be our own 'fault if we do
not receive better returns for labor performed
next year. We now ask that each miner do his
duty and urge immediate election of delegates.
THE WELL A GUSIIEU.
One Hundred nnd Fifty-Seven Barrel in
the First Three Honrs.
rsrrciAi. telegram to the dispatcii.i
Washington. Pa-, November 18. 51c
Keown's William Knox No. 20, when one bit in
the Gordon pay streak this afternoon, started
to flow and in the first three honrs made 137
liarrels of oil. Donnan & Bayers' Snodgrass
No. 4 is matins a daily prodnction of 63 barrels
from the fifth sand. The Washington Oil
Company's James Noble No. 6 is doinc SO bar
rels a day. The same company's No. 4, on the
Snodfrrass. is dne to-morrow.
In the Jit. Morris district, Greene county,
the McCalmont Oil Company's Cora, Hukill
Bros.' B. Wise No. L and the Cephas Wise No.
1 are all on top the sand. Fisher Bros. Fergn
son well in the Shannopin field is in and good
for 190 barrels a day.
HANGING FOR FIVE MONTHS.
A Skeleton Fonnd in the Wooda Near
FIndlay and Identified.
fEPECIAI. TH.EGCAM TO THE DISPATCH.!
Findlat, November 18. The skeleton
found hanging in the woods south of this city
was this morning identified by the clothing as
that of Jesse Walters, a man wbo disappeared
suddenly abont the middle bf last Jnne and
was supitosed to have gone to Johnstown, Pa.
The evidence is that he committed suicide and
his body has been hanging for about five
was about 47 years of age, was a
bachelor and his unnatural act was because of
his inability to get work as steadily as he
would like to have it Walters was a leading
ALMOST FROZEN TO DEATH.
A 'Box Dlea From Exposure, Caused by
Stealing a Hide.
rEPECIAI. TZX.XOBAIC TO THE DISPATCH.1
Weixsbtjbg. W. "VX, November 18. Last
Saturday afternoon a gang of small boys
boarded a freight train at this place, bound for
Wheeling. When they arrived at the latter
place they started to walk back, a distance of 16
miles. At Beach Bottom, four miles below
here, one little fellow aged 13 years. Jay
Nicholls by name, gave out and sat down on the
railroad track. The others came on home.
Early this morning the boy was found in a
field almost frozen and unconscious. He was
carried to the house of a neighbor, where he
died a few hour slater.
ARRESTED AND THEN FREED.
Rev. TJ. S. Grant Glick Charged With Hav.
Ins; Deserted His Wife.
rEPZCIAL TELEOEAK TO THE DISPATCH.1
TJinoNTOW-, November 18. Rev. TJ. B.
Grant Glick, who has been exposed hereby
chnrch authorities at Los Angeles, Cal., his
former stopning place, was arrested to-day on
the strength of a telegram from Reading, Pa.,
charging him with wife desertion. That being
only a misdemeanor, the constable who ar
rested him released him again, not wishing to
take any risk in the matter.
Glick publishes a card denying all the charges
against him and attacking the Western preach
ers who wrote the letters.
DIED IN THE LOCKUP.
The Spree of Two Men Ends In the Death
of One of Them.
rEPECIAI. TELEOEAK TO THE DISPATCB.1
Lima. November 18. William Holmes and
Bherman Rice, a couple of young men wbo
work on a farm near West Cairo, got full of
whtsky last night and started out to do up the
Tillage. Marshal Bird got after them. Rice
ran into a ditch alongside of the railroad track
and the Marshal fell on top of him. He was
taken to the lockup, where he died in a short
time, either from the effects of the whisky or
Grand Officers of llie I. O. O. F. Elected.
ISFECIAI. TKLEGBAU TO TOE OIEPATCB.I
Wheehno, November 18. The Grand En
campment of the State L O. O. F. to-day elected
the following officers: Grand Patriarch, A. C.
Holey, of Independence; Grand High Priest,
J. W. Chambers, of Huntington; Grand Senior
Warden. C. B. Smith, of Wheeling; Grand
Scribe, H. A. Firthman, of Wheeling; Grand
Treasurer, Harry Seamon, of Wheeling: Grand
Junior Warden, G. A. Hiehle, of Parkersburg:
Grand Representative, J. W. Bosworth. of
Ohio Capital Coins: West.
rSPZCIAI. TELEGBAU TO THE CISPATCH.I
Youkgstowx. November 18. James Cart
wright, formerly a member of the firm of Cart
wright, McCnrdy & Co., here and later engaged
in the iron business at Alikanna, O., has organ.
ixed a company with a capital stock of $250,000
Ito erect and operate a rolling mill at Seattle,
Wash. The citizens of Seattle have donated 2U
acres of land ana guaranteed excellent facili
ties for shipping.
Bishop Tnisn Hat Not Resigned.
rSFECIAX. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCS.1
AXTOONA, November 18. The published
statement in a Pittsburg paper this morning, to
the effect that Bishop Toigg had resigned, and
that Coadjutor Bishop Phelan had succeeded
him is incorrect. From reliable authority it Is
learned that the Bishop has not tendered his
'i (resignation, and his health is mnch better at
line present tune loan ior some months past.
Died While en Ronte for Home.
ISrECIAX. TELEOEAM TO THE DISPATCH.1
Axtooxa, November 18. Rev. Frank
Bodgers, of Orange, N. J., died on the Atlantic
express this morning between this place and
Derry. He was accompanied by his wife and
was returning from Colorado, where ho bad
gone for the benefit of his health. His re
mains were brought here and placed in a
casket and forwarded to his late home.
A Bf order Mystery nt Dunmore.
rsrXCIAZ. TZXEOSAX TO THE DISPATCH.1
WttKESBABBK, November 1SV-Willi m
Murray, wbo was found dead on the railroad
near Dunmore. was murdered and the body
thrown across the track. He lived here and
was 25 years old.
Seeking Pardon for the Nicely.
JBPECIAI. ItLIOUX TO THEStSPATCH.1
JonssTOWN, November IS. General W. H.
- tKoontz ana J. C. Ogle, Esq., two Bomenet at
torneys, passed through here to-day on their
way to Harrisburg to present the case of Joseph
and David Nicely, the murderers of old Mr.
Umberger. to the Pardon Board, which meets
NEFF'S SECOND TRIAL BEGUN.
Opening ol the Case Against the Aliened
MjCnusland Murderer's Accomplice.
rSFECIAX. TS1.EQBAK TO THE DISPATCltl
Washington, Pa., November 18. James
Neff is now on trial here for complicity in the
murder of William McCausland, a drover of
Allegheny City, in Cumberland township,
Greene county, onthe 10th of September, 1SS7.
George Clark, Ben Cfark and Zach Taylor, re
siding in the neighborhood of the scene of the
murder, stand convicted of the crime. The
date for George Clark's execution has been set
several times, and unless another respite is
eranted, he will be hanged December 1!- Both
the Supreme Court and thePardon Board have
refused to interfere in his behalf.
Neff. the defendant in the case now on trial,
was convicted in the Greene county courts,
but a new trial and a change of
venue to this place were granted by
Jnagelngraham. The case was called at 1
o'clock this afternoon, and when court ad
journed at 5 o'clock 23 of the 60 jurymen had
been examined. Five of them were selected,
as follows: Peter K. Means, farmer, Peter's
township: D. A. Bcottmerchant, Independence;
John 8. Wilson, carriage maker, Washington;
K C Furlong, coal operator, Allen township;
William unmes, tarmer, west j-ikb buu.
Eight were stood aside by the Commonwealth.
The prosecution will bo conducted by D. R.
P. Huss, District Attorney of Greene county;
J. F. Taylor, District Attorney of Washington
countv, assisted by W. 8. Anderson, of
Youngstown, Om and R. F. Downey, of
Waynesburg. The defense will bo conducted
by James E. Sayers and Hon. John Donley, of
Greene county; Captain Dovenor, of the
Wheeling Bar. and M. L. A. McCracken, of
Washington. There are 75 witnesses to be
heard, 40 for the Commonwealth and the re
mainder for the defense.
DISBURSING RELIEF MONEY.
Secretary Kremer Paries Claims Rapidly
Shortage of Natural Gas.
Johxstowit. November 18. The mailing of
checks went on rapidly to-day, and it looks as
if Secretary Eremer would make good bis
promise to have the money all paid ont in ten
days. No one whose loss is over 62,000 has yet
received the f nil amount proportioned out to
him. In some casos where the claimant is sick
or dependent he has received several hundred
dollars. His list shows 2.131 cases where
claims amount to less than $2,000.
The Johnson Company, manufacturers of
steel street rails, is introducing an artificial gas
for fnel made by what is known as the Archer
process. Two producers are now in use, and
two more are being pat up. It is claimed the
process is a complete success, producing
cheaper gas than the natural article. The
shortage in the supply of natural gas has
causea me wain una iron company to return
to coal in firing the boilers in the Gautier de
Daniel Ryan fell over a bluff 100 feet high
to-day, and was fatally injured.
A POSSIBLE CLUE.
The Finding of a Bunch of Hair May Yet
IReveal a Crime.
ISFECIAJ. TELEQBAU TO THE DISPATCH.
Tiffik, Om November 18. A mysterious
disappearance at the village of Old Fort, it is
believed is now about to develop into a sequel
to a terrible crime. Pretty Belle Clutter, a
hotel girl, disappeared one night about ten
days ago and no trace conld be fonnd of her.
She had been keeping company with a young
man wbo also disappeared. A bunch of hair
was fished out from the river which friends
pronounce that of the missing girl.
The entire town is excited and the river will
be thoroughly dragged.
FACTION IN EELIGI0N.
Jennnette Catholics Divided Over the Name
of the New Chnrch.
There is liable to be a split in the Catholic
congregation at Jeannette. The new town
can boast of 400 Catholic families who have
been drawn there by the glass factories.
They have been worshiping in Greensburg
and other nearby places for some time, and
have come to the conclusion that a church is
Sometime ago a committee from the
Southside went there to work np interest in
the matter. There are two men living in
the town, Michael Burton and Albert St.
Peters, who are willing to make large
contributions on conditions. Mr. Bur
ton wants the chnrch called St Michael's
and the other man declares it should be
named St. Peter's, The reasons in both cases
are quite apparent. The controversy has
developed to such an extent as to become
Finally Mr. Burton put up 53,000 and
started to build a chnrch. Mr. St. Peters
says he wi(l bring influence to bear so that
the Bishop will not receive and consecrate
it. Mr. Barton retorts that he doesn't care
what is done. He proposes to erect a St,
Michael's Chnrch at all hazards, even if he
has to make a donation of the building to
the people as a town hall.
ANDBEW JACKHAN BDEIED.
Father Wall Preached the Fnneral
The funeral of the late Andrew Jackman
was held yesterday forenoon. At the resi
dence, No 436 Penn avenne, the face was
exposed to the view of friends until 9:30
o'clock. The bodv was then conveyed to
St Paul's Cathedral. The honorary pall
bearers were W. A. Hereon, Henry G.
Hale, L. Glesenkamp, Charles Arbnthnot,
E. Ii. Bing, James Verner, James M.
Bailey, Joshua Bhodes, Bernard Kaflerty
and Henry Hayes. At the Cathedral the
requiem mass was celebrated by Bev. Father
"Wall, assisted by Fathers "Conway and
Molvneaux) and Father Wall spoke a few
words about the deceased. The body was
pnriea in ot. -aiary s cemetery.
IS not only a distressing complaint,'ol
itself, but, by causing the blood to
become depraved and the system en
feebled, is the parent of innumerable
maladies. That Ayer's Sarsaparllla
is the best cure for Indigestion, even
when complicated with Liver Complaint,
is proved by the following testimony
from Mrs. Joseph Lake, of Brockwaj
"Liver complaint and indigestion
made my life a burden and came "near
ending my existence. For more than
four years I suffered untold ngony, was
reduced almost to a skeleton, and hardly
had strength to drag myself about All
kinds of food distressed me, and only
the most delicate conld be digested at
ait. Within the time mentioned several
Shysicians treated me without giving re
ef. Nothing that I took seemed to do
any permanent good until I commenced
the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, which
has produced wonderful results. Soon
after commencing to take the Sarsapa
rilla I could see an improvement in my
condition. My appetite began to return
and with it came the ability to digesi
all the food taken, my strength im
proved each day, and after a few
months of faithful attention to your
directions, I found myself a well
woman, able to attend to all household
duties. The medicine has given me a
new lease of life."
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowe'.l, Mass,
Jricefl; six bottles, $6. Worth $5 a bottle.
BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA.
ISO CUPS FOR H.
CHOICEST, PUREST. BEST.
(THE CREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.)
Cure BIX IOTJS and
25ct. a Box.
G& at.t. DRTJOCH&'iSj.
Hnraburc Figs for tlio Liver.
Habitual constipation and torpidity of the
liver are functional derangements which should
should not be so long neglected as to generate
actual disease. Hamburg Figs should be taken,
and the deranged organs restored to health.
25 cents. Dose, one fig. Mack Drug Co., N.Y.
For One Dav Onlr.
Jnst for to-day we jump all bounds and
hold a special sale of overcoats and suits at
ten dollars. Call this a ten dollar sale, but
we want to dispose of COO fine overcoats and
600 fine suits to-day at ten dollars. The
goods we offer exceed anything ever seen at
that price, and lay claim to being regular
520 to ?24 garments, but to-day sees their
sale at 510. Don't miss it The overcoats
are the celebrated chinchillas, kerseys, mel
tons and castors, the suits are Bound Brook,
cheviots, Athlone woolens, English cassi
meres and glove worsteds. Ten dollars to
day only. P. O. C. C.,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
At 75c a Yard.
Tartan nlaids, 62 inches wide, in cloth
serge weaves. Jos. Hokne & Co.'s
Penn Avenne Stores.
Wednesday, Wednesday Wednesday.
Bednction sale. Prices cut away down.
Kkablb & Shusteb, 35 Fifth ave.
Greatest Bargnln-Rlbbon Sale
On record begins Tuesday. All fancy
shades for holiday fancy work, narrow
Hobne & Wakd, 41 Fifth avenue.
Smoking jackets. Big line. Low prices.
Enable & Bhtjsteb, 35 Fifth ave.
AiiAJOBlTYof people prefer F. & V.'s
Pilsner beer for family use. 'Phone 1186.
Marriage Liocnses Granted Yesterday.
Kame. " Bealdenee.
J FWlx Seroozynskl Scottdale
(Amelia Slles Pittsburg
j William F. Hartley. Jr Forward township
( Caroline Bennett Forward township
f Florence Cooley Keynoldton
I Margaret Greenath Keynoldton
(Adam J. Dleta Pittsburg
( MargarethaM. Froumbolz Pittsburg
( John liloom Allegheny
I Maggie Ulrser .'. Allegheny
J John W. Barrett .'.....Allegheny
( Maggie Donnolly Allegheny
(David Morgan v Dravosburg
J Catharine Hick Mlfilln township
f B. J. Devlin Pittsburg
I Lizzie A. Butler Mlllvale
( Matthew Belf. Pittsburg
I Cecilia Dnrant Pittsburg
( William H. Jackson Pittsburg
t Sadie K. Williams Allegheny
( AldlsB. Lndwig Pittsburg
I Minnie E. Mable Pittsburg
J Christian Schumpp Pittsburg
Catharine Angst Pittsburg
( Albert Fisher Tarentnm
I Annie Hlnze Harrison township
(James H. Colvllle Pittsbnrg
1 Emma M. Uendler Pittsbnrg
John Gallagher Pittsburg
( Caroline Schoefer Pittsbnrg
ARMSTRONG On Monday, November 18,
at 420 P. M., Fannt E., widow of the late Will,
iam Armstrong, aged 76 years.
Funeral from the residence of her brother,
John B. Craig, 216 Irwin avenue, Allegheny.
Wednesday, the 20th inst, at 2 p. u. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
Please omit flowers. 2
BRUNER At Philadelphia. November 16,
Mrs. Alice J. Brdtter, of Millerstown, Fa.
Funeral will take place from the residence of
B. U. Bragdon. 245 Juniata street, Allegheny,
on Tuesday, November 19, at 3 P. x. Friends
are invited to attend. 2
DENNING On Friday, November 15. in St
Louis, James M. Denning, formerly of Pitts
burg, aged 58 years.
Funeral on Tuesday, 19th instant, at 2 p. m.,
from the residence of his son, No. 4769 Yew
street. Sixteenth ward, Bloomfield. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend. 3
EICHER On Sunday, November 17, 1SS9, at
835 P. St., At his residence, James Eicueb, aged
64 years 8 months 15 days.
Fnneral on TUESDAY afternoon at 230
o'clock, from his late residence. Third street,
Sharpsburg. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend.
GALLAGHER On Monday, November 18,
1SS9, at 120 A. il, William Gallagher,
aged 53 years, 8 months and 10 days.
Funeral from his late residence, Stobo street,
Fourteenth ward, on' Wednesday, at 9 a. at.
Services at St. Agnes' Church. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend.
GOOD On Monday, November 18, 1889, at
E -15 A. K., James E. Good, aged 30 years.
Funeral will take place from the residence of
his sister, Miss Mary Good, 219 Thirty-eighth
street, on Wednesday, at 2 p. it. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
HANEY On Sunday. November 17, 18S9, at
320 a. M Rachel A., wife of George E.
Haney, in her 25th year.
Funeral from her late residence, No 2332
Sarah street, southside, on Tuesday, Novem
ber 19, at 2 p. M. Friends of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend. 2
JACKSON On Sunday morning. November
17. 1889, Mrs. Maria Jackson, aged 81 years.
Funeral services at the residence of her
daughter, Mrs. Thos. Frost, No. 116 Bluff
street, on Tuesday moenino, at 10 o'clock. 2
JOHNSTON On Sunday morning, Novem
Der 17, 18S9. at Mifnmtown, Juniata county,
Pa., M aby J., wife of G. B. Johnston, of Pitts
burg, Pa., in her 28th year.
Interment at Minlintown, Fa., Tuesday,
November 19, 1889. 2
LEECH On Monday morning at 4:15 o'clock.
Maby J., daughter of Robert A. and Delia
Leech, aged 8 months.
Funeral from her parents' residence. No. 301
Robinson street, Allegheny, at 230 p. m.
Friends of the family are respectfully invite 4to
MAXWELL On Monday, November 18
1889, at 4 p. M., James a. Maxwell, in the
65th year of his age.
Notice of funeral in evening papers.
MALONEY On Sunday, November 17, 1889,
at 12 o'clock m., Morris, son of Jeremiah and
Bridget Maloney, aged 26 yoars.
Fnneral will take place from his parents'
residence, 3419 Jenny street, on Wednesday
HOUNING, November 20, at 83a Fnneral will
proceed to St. John's Church, where high mass
will be celebrated at 9 A. m. Friends ol the
family are respectfully Invited to attend. Com
pany A, Hibernian Rifles, B. of E., are invited
McCLARY. On Novembor 18, at 530 o'clock,
Mrs. Jane McClaby, in the 73d year of her
age. at Harmerville.
Fnneral on Wednesday at 2 o'clock.
Frionds of the family are respectfully invited
McGRAW At the residence of his parents,
527 East street, Allegheny City, Pa., on Sun
day. November 17, at 12:S0 a. m., Joseph L.
infant son of Patrick and Alice McGraw, aged
5 months and 24 days.
Interment private Tuesday at 2 p. it, 2
RONEY On Monday. November 18, 1889, at
435 A.M., Robeet HENRY H. Roney. son of
M. Tillie Ochse and A. B. Roney, aged 4 years,
3 months and 3 days.
Funeral from the residence of his parents,
299 Locust street, Pittsburg, this (Tuesday)
AFTERNOON, at 3 o'dOCk.
REEVES At Jacksonville. Fla.. Novemhnr
16, 1889, HENRY T. Reeves, Esq., of Beaver
Falls, in the 63d year of his age.
Notice of fnneral at Beaver Falls hereafter.
ROERIG On Monday, November 18, 1889
at 12:45 p. M., Peabl K., daughter of John and
Paulina Roerig, aged 4 years.
Funeral from the residence, Shaler town
ship, Wednesday, at 2 p.m. Friends of the
family are respectfully Invited to attend. 2
JA5IES ARCHIBATJ) A BRO.,
.LIVERY AND 8ALE STABLES,
117, 119 and 136 Third avenne, two doors below
onuuiuuu at., next aoor o uentrai iotei.
TJEPRESENTEU IN PITTSBURG IN 1SC1
ASSETS . . S9 71, 696 33.
Insurance Co. of Korth America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 64 Fourth avenne. Ia20-s2-r
WESTEUN JNSTJEAJfCE CO.
NO. ill WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIM1CK, President. '
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President.
I e22-28-Tis , . JVM. P. HERBERT, Secretary.
': J' '.. iv:.iitt,. i&ficrV
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 Jlugs 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
FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE
Begins This Week.
READY TUESDAY MORNING
Over 30,000 Yards
Moire, Satin, Satin and
Gros Grain and Bro
In all the Fancy Shades, in Nos. 5, 7. 9, 12,
16, 22 and 40. This is a large lot of Ribbons
purchased away below the real valne, and
the prices at which they will be SOLD
ABOUT HALF THE OEIGIKAL FIG
TTEES at which they have been selling,
ranging from 10 cents to 60 cents per yard.
- This is a good chance to get the Bibbons
yon want for yonr
HOLIDAY FANCY WORK
and decorations in general. Yon will find
the goods so displayed that yon will have no
trouble to see them.
COMB IN AT ONCE.
HORNE & WARD,
4:1 FIFTH A. VENUE.
i G, CAMPBELL &
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
Lines of garments here marked at Lower
Prices than ever before offered. "We are
showing a large variety of Cloaks suitable
for school wear, ages 4 to 14 years,
FROM $4 TO $8. '
New Reefer Jackets, very stylish.
Boys' Kilt Suits and Overcoats. This
line is very attractive. Prices ranging
from cheapest to most expensive.
Hosiery and Underwear. Positively low
est prices' for quality of goods.
Special Sale of Turkish and Damask
120 dozen Turkish Towels at 12c,
N worth 17c.
120 dozen Turkish Towels at 19c,
75 dozen Turkish Towels at 25:,
75 dozen Turkish Towels at 48c,
i worth 60c
Open until 9 p. si. Saturday.
710 Penn avenue, 710.
Between Seventh and Eighth sts.
H. H. Dt7KBtN. rout. L. MoWattt,
. E3 Fifth Ave.
:DIAMONDa - JEWELRY,
'JBttig-A'BKAU .;'- '-
j& caiB.Twtaasiww :
B. & B.
Tuesday, November 19.
THREE EXTRA BARGAINS. '.
40-INCH BLACK CASHMERES at G3c,
75c and 85c, both jet, and bine blacks we
have 40 and 46 inch BLACK CASH
MERES nt BOo that are good values but
no comparison for values or bargains as
these 46-inch goods at C5c, 75c and 85c. If
you will examine these wide Black Cash
meres yon will find them, so much better
bargains than any we or anybody else can
sell you at 5qc; that you will buy these
wider and finer and better goods 46-inch
Black Cashmeres at 65c, 75c and 85c.
B0GGS & BUHL,
115,117,119.121 Federal st,Allegheny.
N. B. HOLIDAY GOODS opening
CLOAKS AND FURS in large assort
mentsnewest and best and low prices.
Bny from the maker; then no time is lost.
And best returns are gained at lowest cost.
Stylish Black Cheviot Suits,
$14, $16, $18 and $20,
manufactured in the best
manner and sold direct to the
retail customer at but one
Bargain prices prevail
throughout every department
in our stores.
Sixth street and Penn avenue.
JAS. MTSEIL & BRO.,
BOILEK3, PLATE AND SHEET-IRON
PATENT SHEET IRON ANNEAUNO
With an increased capacity and hydraulic
machinery we are prepared to fnrnish all work
in our line cheaper and better than by the old
methods. Repairing and general machine
work. Twenty-ninth street and Allegheny Val
ley Railroad. Ieo-6o-TTS
Do You Know It?
To perfect a enre, yon must romove the cause.
WINCHESTER'S HYPOPHOSPHITE OF
LIME AND SODA supplies the system with Oxi
dizable Phosphorus, the deficiency of which is
the "proximate cause of Coniumpiion. For
Coughs, Bronchitis, Weak Lungs, Night
Sweats, and all Throat Diteaset, it is an un
equaled remedy. Sold by Druggists. SI per
bottle. Recommended by physicians. Send
for circular. WINCHESTER dfcCO., Chemists,.
162 William Street, New York.
By a thorough knowledge ot the natural laws
which govern the operations of digestion and
nutrltioD.and and by a careful application of the
fine properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps
has provided our breakfast tables with a deli
cately flavored beverage which may save us
many heavy doctors' bills. It Is 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
to resist every tendenc
of subtle maladies are ;
of subtle maladies are floating around us ready
to attack wherever there is a weak point.
may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping onr-
selves well fortified with pure blood and aprop-
erly nourished frame." Civil Service
ny nourisnea irame." 1,-ji-u aervtce uazeac.
Made simply with boilingwater or milk.
only in half pound tins by Grocers, labeled thus:
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillings from ?1 up.
silver, 75c; white alloy, SL
Gold Crowns a specialty.
DR. 3. M. McCLAREN,
Corner Smithfield and Fourth avenue.
From this date, and nntil November 30, we will offer some of the grea test bargain
ever before heard of. Just think of it, we are now selling a Double-barrel, .Breech-loader
Top Action, Twist Barrels, Rebounding Hammers, Pistol Grip, Choke Bore and. all Im,
provements, at $11 50. Other dealers charge from $18 to $20 for the same gnn. The above is
but one of the score of special drives we now have to offer yon. '
fTlfM W. L. Douglas' name and tne price are stamped on the bottom or
wnU I IwIM Shoes advertised br him before lp.ivinir his factory, this nrntti
wearers against high prices and inferior goods. Take none unless so stamped, nor be deceived
by others claimed to be as good, on which dealers make more profit, 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 delivery and satisfac
tion guaranteed. Address, W. L. DOUGLAS, Broeklon, Mait.
AU.made In Congress, Button and Iooe.
W. L DOUGLAS $3 AND 52 SHOES dSL
Both Ladles' Shoes are made In sizes from 1 to 7, Including half sizes, ant B, O, D, E wsel SB
STYLES OF LADIES' SHOES.
"The FrenehOaera.'''Tha Spanish Arch ODera.""Th American Common. Senie." "Tha
Medium Common-Sense." AH made in Button
Front Lice, on S3 Shoe only.
QPFPIll W-L. DOUGLAS $3 GRAIN SHOE (Isoad) for Qen
OrCUlAL, nd strictly waterproof,! juii out W. L 001
. FOR SAIili 0BY
, H. J. AG. M. Lane, Forty-fifth and, Batter
rum arenas. .x?y opcruw. lama lbtssb
M8 Federal street, asd E. a.-HUM,72e-Vwwswt,
Dolls! Dollsl Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!
Dolls! Dolls! Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!
Dolls! Dollsl Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!
' Toys! Toys! Toys!
Toys! Toys! Toys!
Toys! Toys! Toys!
Games! Games! Games! Games! Games! "
Games! Games! Games! Games! Games!
Games! Games! Games! Games! Games!
Books! Books! Books! Books! Books!
Books! Books! Books! Books! Books!
Books! Books! Books! Books! Books!
Fleishman h. Co.,
CONTINUED ALL THIS WEEK!
OUR GREAT CUT PRICE SALE
SILKS, DRESS. GOODS,
Ladies' 4-bntton Kid Gloves in black, brown
and tan, rednced from 75c to 58c pair.
Ladies' 4-bnttonKid Gloves in black, brown,
tan and slate, at 74e pair.
Ladies' 5-hook Kid Gloves in black, brown,
tan and slate, at 99o pair.
Ladies' 5-hook Kid Gloves in black, brown,
tan and slate, at $1 24 pair.
Ladies' 7-hook Kid Gloves in black, brown,
tan and slate, at fl 49 pair.
Ladies' 8-button Mousqnetaire Gloves in tan
at 79c pair.
Ladies' Cashmere Gloves at 25c pair.
Ladies' Cashmere Gloves at 39c pair.
Gents' Cloth Gloves, 50c and 69o pair.
Hisses' 4-bntton Kid Gloves at 50c pair.
Misses' Cashmere Gloves, 25c pair.
Ladies' Black All-wool Hose 25c, worth 38c
Ladies' Natural "Wool Hose 25c. ,
Ladies' Fancy Merino Hose 25c, worth 35c.
Ladies' Black Fleeced Hose 25c, worth 39c.
Ladies' Oxford Merino Hose 39c, worth 50c.
Ladies' Black Wool Hose, ribbed tops, 39c.
Lad ies' Solid Color "Wool Hose 39c, worth 50c
Ladies' Fine Cashmere Hose 49c, worth 60c
Ladies' "Wool Hose, in all new shades, 49c.
Ladies' Black Cashmere Hose, double soles,
8o, worth 75c '
Ladies' Wool Hose, in extra sizes, 50c
Children's Black Wool Hose 19c
Boys' HeavyMixed Wool Hose 24c worth 35c
Boys' Machine-knit Hose, for school, 25c,
Boys' Extra HeavyRibbed Hose, all wool,39c
Misses' Black French Wool Hose, double
Misses' Fine Black Cashmere Hose 50c,
Men's Scarlet Wool Hose 25c
Men's Heavy Natural Wool Hose 25c
Men's Black Cashmere Hose 39c, worth 50c
Men's Scarlet Knit Hose, extra duality. 39c
Men's Camel Hair Hose, donble heels and
toes, 39c .
Men's Natural Wool Hose 39c, were 45c
Ladies' Lynx Sets, Muff and Stole, worth
55 50, at ?3 99 a set
Ladies' Lynx Muff and Boa, worth $7 50, at
54 99 a set.
Ladies' Opossum Muff and Btole, worth
$5 50, at 3 99 a set, and a
Ladies' Mnf and Stole Black Hair nicely
trimmed, and worth ?4, at (2 49 a set.
Also an immense assortment ol Children'
Fnrs, from SI 50 per set np.
Sixth St. and Penn Ave.
Liberty St, Cor. Smithfield.
Our claims for this shoe over all other S3 thaas
It contains beller malarial.
It is mora stylish, batter filling and durabla.
It gives better general satisfaction.
It savea Ytore money for the container.
Its great success is due fo merit.
It cannot be duplicated by my older manafao.
It ta the best in the world, and has a larger da.
mand than any other S3 shoe advertised,
55 nnnwU1 bL M y person who will
VJ,JJU prove the above statement to be untrue.
The following line ot shoes will be found to be of
tbe'same high standard of excellence.
S5 00 GENUINE HAND-SEWED SHOE.
$4 00 HAND-SEWED WELT SHOE.
S3 50 POLICE AND FARMERS' SHOE.
$2 50 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE.
S2 25 WORKWOMAN'S SHOE.
S2 00 GOOD-WEAR SHOE.
S2 00 and SI 75 BOYS' SCHOOL RWnrc
in the Latest Styles. Alto, Frees dears hi
tltman. with hvtu sola
OUQLAS, BrttlrtM, MM.
streets.. J N.- FrofefiBg, S yWafc
acre, , x AM'ggawfMf,!;
IP THAT COLD
::: STRIKE YOU :::
Don't Blame Anyone But Ypurselfj
Snappy, bitter, biting, chilling
now is -your time to take advantage
Phenomenally Low Overcoat Prices
We started out the season with the determination to make things
hum not in our advertisements the limits of newspaper notices are
far too narrow for us but here in the store. And things are humming'
with a. vengeance. We spare extravagant expressions concerning our
clothing. We don't even aspire to
honey with sweetness, can you? And 'twould be equally useless
bandy praises of the. following extraordinary Overcoat bargains: .
Men's Beaver Overcoats, blue, black or brotvn, $5 only.
Men's blue Chinchilla Overcoats, $6 only.
Men's Cape Overcoats at $8 only.
Men's Overcoats in Beavers,
Men's Overcoats in Chinchillas, Cassimeres, Wide Wales, 2
bournes, at $10 only.
Men's Overcoats in plain and fancy Chinchillas, plain and el
Corkscrews, Fur Beavers, Irish Freizes, etc, at $12 only. i
Men's Overcoats in sack styles, in Cliinchitlas, Beavers, Auk
Meltons, Kerseys, Elysians, Diagonal Clieviots, etc., at $13 andi,
Men's magnificent Dress Overcoats, lined with satin or silk, in
make equal to any merchant tailor work, at $15 and $16 only.
i. -Men's Sack Suits, all-wool neat gray and black mixture, go
value at J12,
For $8 only.
2. :Men's Sack Suits, all-wool, fast ground, with gray- stripes,'
patch pockets; suits not so good sold all. ovef town at 14 and $15, . j
For $10 onll
3. Men's Suits in sack, cutaway and frock styles, choice of lle
Cheviot3 or handsome Mixtures,
4. Men's magnificent Dress Suits, in all the very latest styles
elegant materials, made in an elegant manner and trimmed with 1
daintiest of trimmings, equal to merchant tailor work, -
$15 and $18 only!
WE KNOW "OF
PARENTS SAYING MONEY
; , THAK OF INVESTING IT IN OUR-
BOYS' or CHILDREN'S CLOTHIi
Children's Kilt Cape Overcoats, sizes 2)4
to 6 fears, 2 00, f3 and L
Children's Cape Orereoats in Scotch
Cheviots and Cassimeres, 3, fl and $5.
Children's Fine Dress Overcoats at $5, 6
: Boys' Overcoats as low" as 12 CO, with
Jeaver OTercoata at 6 and $8.
Big Boys' Cape Overcoats, 5 to ?15.
BlgBors Donble-Breasted "Ulsters, H
IS, ?6 to f 12.
Boya "Covert" Overcoats, $5 to $15.
WINTER CAPS ARE NOW IN 0R
Note what fallows carefully. We are selling '''.
Men's French Coney Caps at 74c,
. Men's French Seal Caps at
Men's genuine Seal
We cannot helo noting with amusement that other hat dealers!
a genuine Seal Turban as a wonderful bargain at 4 50, this be!ngt'
. i ; ATm T.....rA k2... . i" I. J'tC T?b
lowest price, uuiv luwcsipucc 13 pj 49. vuue ?l uiuereficc, cm
Men's Scotch Wool Windsors, lined, 44c. Men's Corduroy1
sors, 44c Men's plaid Cassimeres,
Boys' Flush Caps, with Astrachari band', 21c only.
Boys' fine assorted Chinchilla Telescope Caps, 49c.
Children's Velvet Turhans,49c only.
Thousands of Boys' Folo Caps, 9c up.
A GllEAT SALE OF
V FUR LAP.ROBES
Thousands of Morse Blankets
Magnificent Fur Zap Mobcs,
selling at $3 60 and $4 60.
ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO;
Be sure you send in your name
do) and we'll send yoa FREE, every
a humorous and witty publication.
YOUR HAVING AN-
cold weather is right ahead of U3 andj
be embryo humorists and adopt any;
of talk about 'em. You can't load
Corkscrews, Cassimeres, at SSenljf,
NO BETTER WAY
WEEK WE OFFER:
Choice from a errand variety of Knt'Siii
one-piece, at $2, f2 50 and 3. Tvro-yMHTi
53 CO, 53 and 54.
Latest European novelties in Kilt SWs I
53. 6, T and $8. 1
Thousands of Short-Pant Suits. at St.
$2, $2 CO and 53. and thousands soreatj
to, 50, f7, 58, 59 and 510. and is every
will yon find these prices lower .for si
quality goods thanyon'd pay elsewbtM i
Thonsands of long-Pant Suits at:tM
& and $5, with thousands more at tf.t
510. 512. 514 and $15. It's a nleawtfe tri
to sell inch sive-good-servica eJetklifjs
Good All-Wool Long-Pant Salts $
89c, 98c. . ,
$1 49, $1 98, $2 39..
Turbans at $2 49, $3 4S,$4,
34c Men's blue Scotch Caps,'
ON THIS WEEE
at 79c, 89c, 98c, $1 14 i$
usually sold at $5nd$7!
and address (on a postal
month, our "lUustrated;,Mis