Newspaper Page Text
9HBSL SMITH'S SLATER.
Day of the Murder
Worse for the Prisoner.
TERY DIRECT TESTIMONY GIVEN.
t '. Mrs. Farrell Wants 30,000 Damages for
Her Injuries and Her J5oj.
i'VJLN AGED SWAIN GETS OCT OP JAIL
k. the Uscal Grlod cf Vinous Email or Minor Court
Wife murderer Smith's admissions and
conversations subsequent to the uxoricide
Were used against him with telling effect
yesterday. Mrs. Farrell sues the P. B. R.
and "West Penn Railroad for J30.000 for in
juries to herself and the loss of her son. A
The Smith murder trial was continued before
Judge White in Criminal Conrt yesterday. W.
H. Hows, the gunsmith, examined the revol
ver used by Smith, and stated that it was 82
caliber and that the ballet taken from de
ceased's brain fitted it.
J. P. Willison, an undertaker, testified to go
ing to the Smith house on the morning of the
tragedy, and that Smith was sitting on the
ed;c of the bed, and told him that he. Smith,
had shot his wife.
Mrs. Ada Bagley, testified to going upstairs
in the morning when the defendant called for
an officer, and seeing Mrs. Smith lying in the
Joseph Bagley was called and corroborated
the testimony of his wife, also that the def end
ant shoned him two letters he had found, and
muttered threats against hi? wife.
At the afternoon session Officer Andy Terry
iras placed on the stand and testified to the ar
rest of Smith, also to a conversation had with
him in the patrol wagon, in which the prisoner
stated that he killed his wile because of some
letters he bad found. When the witness en
tered the room Mrs. Smith was lying on her
back with her right cheek resting on her
ME. MADISOJf MIXED.
Hugh Madison, of the Eleventh ward patrol
wagon, corroborated the former witness, bat
managed to get himself hopelessly mixed. He
at first testified that he asked the prisoner
what he shot his wife for, and on cross-examination
denied asking such a question. Witness
also got mixed up as to the time the patrol
wagon went to the house.
Mrs. Louisa Turner, who lired injthe house at
the time of the tragedy, was by far the best
witness that was placed on the stand. She told
a elear-ent story that was very damaging to the
prisoner, and could not be shaken in the least.
The witness stated that she was m the yard
and heard a cry that Smith bad killed his wife.
She went upstairs and walked into the room
and saw both husband and wife in bed. The
prisoner tamed his bead and looked at her. but
said nothinc. There was no on6 upstairs when
the got there. She then started down the stairs
and cried- "My God, the dirty black nigger has
lmriiig last April the witness stated that one
night Smith and bis wife had been ont at the
home of bis mother-in-law. and he returned
home abont 10.40 and his wife did not come
home until 12 o'clock. He raised a row with
Mrs. Smith and she screamed. The witness
Tan to the door and saw the defendant holding
bis wife against the wall choking her with his
left band, while in his richt hand, he held a
revolver and he said, "D you. I will kill vou."
At another time the prisoner pulled his re
volver on his wife on Clark street and threat
ened to blow her brains out.
HAlfDr WITH THE BEYOLYEB.
Mrs. Emaline Hams once heard the defend
ant fussing with his wife and she refused to re
turn to the room until he put the revolver
away, and the wife said that he always drew
the revolver on her when they were fussing.
Mrs. Lizzie Jones, Mrs. Marr E. Gibson and
Mrs. Mary Wedlock live in the neighborhood of
where the tragedy occurred ana testified to
bearing the shots on the night of the murder,
but could not tell where they came from.
Mrs. Duvall, wife of the minister who mar
ried Mr. and Mrs. Smith, testified that they
lived with her for a short time, that she heard
the prisoner threaten to kill his wife.
Mrs. Hannah Bundy, a sister of the deceased,
testified to the pnsoner having made numer
ous threats against his wife and at one time
fired thrc; shots after her.
Detective Fitzgerald testified to a conversa
tion with the prisoner while on 'the way to jail,
and he said the reason be killed bis wife was
because of some letters he found.
A STATION HOUSE GIVE-AWAY.
Special officer Robert Robinson testified to a
conversation with the prisoner in the Central
Station when the prisoner dated that be got
tired fussing with his wife, and that be would
end the thing. He said that they had been
fussing for two hours on the night of the mur
der, and that when she went to sleep he got up,
and, securing the revolver, shot her and then
himself. His wife did not wake up after she
The Commonwealth at this point rested, and
Mr. Marron opened for the defense. He said
that there was no question bat what Mrs.
Smith came to her death at the hands of her
husband, bat the question is whether the man
is of sound mental capacity.
Mr. Marron stated that the defense would
prove that Mrs. Smith had been unfaithfal to
her husband, and that he brooded over this,
and although not a drinking man, on the day
preceding tbe murder he filled up with liqnor so
that after 8 o'clock that niqht he did not know
what be was doing. Mr. Marron stated that it
was a peculiar fact that the defendant had shot
himself three times, bis wife once, and, al
though the revolver only contained five cham
bers, two bullets still remained in it when it
was found. This be looked on as something of
when Mr. Marron concluded his opening,
court adjourned until this morning.
A BREACH OF PROMISE CASE.
The Aged Swain Released From Jail Pend
ing Supreme Conrt Decision.
Joseph Dierstein, the aged lover of Mrs.
Mary SchubkageL and the defendant in the
Bait brought by ber f or damages for breach of
promise of marriage, was released from jail
yesterday after spending a number of weeks in
The case is now pending the decision of the
Supreme Court, havinc been argued before it
at tbe recent sitting here. Yesterday Messrs.
Whitesell fc Sons, Dierstein's attorneys, went
before Judge Ewinz and filed a petition lor his
release. They stated that he was insolvent,
and further presented a certificate from
tbe jail physician to tbe effect that Dierstein
was ailing with rheumatism, asthma, etc, ana
would hardly live until January, when itis ex
pected that tbe case will be decided. A bond
in tne sum 01 S1.UUU was given for bis appear
ance in January to receive the judgment of the
(Supreme Court, and Mrs. bchubkagel's
attorneys consenting Dierstein was ordered re
leased. The judgment given against Bierstein in the
lower court was for $600, and he was committed
to jail in default of a bond to secure tbe judg
ment pending the action of the Supreme Court.
Heelnded the Sheriff for several months be
Xore he was Anally captured.
FLATE GLASS CO. DISSENSIONS.
An Internecine Financial Wrangle Comes Up
In the United States Circuit Court yesterday
an argument was heard in the case of Samuel
F. Ban against tne Pittsburg Plate Glass
Company. J. B. Ford and others. Tne argu
ments were on demurrers to the bill filed by
Mr. Barn Bol Schoyer, Esq., represented
JlatT, and D. T. Watson and William Scott ap
peared for the defendants.
The defendants held that, admitting the
facts alleged. Birr could not obtain the relief
asked for from tbe courts, because he had not
Eliown that be could not obtain it within the
corporation. Attorney Schoyer maintained
that such application would be nonsensical,
as there was no possibility of the relief desired
being granted there. The Conrt reserved its
To -Day's Trial Lists.
Common Pleas No. 1 Hutchinson vs Gar
rett; Hutchinson vs Woods; Jones vs Curry
Institute; Stand & Co. vs Thornton; Keenan et
ux vs Erbe; Gracey vs People's Mutual Ac
daent Insurance Company; Stroup vs lie
Kinley; Steamer Twilight vs Steamer Daniel
Kaln; Reitz. executor, vs Groetscb; Reineman
vs Koch; Robinson vs Cross etal; Rodgersvs
Trost et al; Creese vs Hartley et al.
Common Pleas No. 2 Aber vs Hermes; Hil
ler vs Eittannmg Insurance Company: Et.
tinger vs Jones; Iron City National Bank vs
Criminal Conrt Commonwealth vs J hn
Unlenz (3), Jeff Ditman et al (2). Patrick Grii
flnetal. Miles Laughlin et al, Florence Don
aldson, Laura Bailey, Minnie Fleming, J. W.
Friend et al. John Galloway. Patrick Mc
Bhaue. John McConvlIle. E. Rudolph, Mary
Murphy, Thomas aud Enoch Lowrey, John
Clark et ah James Patterson, J. L. Orr. An
drew Ubrey, Mary Lynch, Philip Boloman, F.
HEAVY DAMAGES WANTED.
Mrs. Farrell Saes the P. R.B. and West
Peno for Injuries and Loss of Her Sob.
Mis. Catherine Farrell yesterday entered
two suits against the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company, operating the West Penn Railroad.
Ihe suits are for damages tor the death of ber
child and for injuries to herself received in tbe
wreck at Sarver's station on August 18, when a
train was derailed and plunged over an em
bankment The story told by Mrs. Farrell In ber state
ment of the case is a sad one. She Is 26 years
old and bad buried ber husband but three
weeks before tbe accident When the wreck
occurred her 5-year-old child was disemboweled
and instantly killed before her eyes. She had
four ribs broken, her spine injured and re
ceived permanent internal injuries. In addi
tion her unborn child was killed. She claims
825,000 for her own injuries and $5,000 for the
death of ber child. .
JEWELER BEDILLIOX DISCHARGED.
Judge Ewine Sees No Grounds for His De
tention In Jail.
Judge Ewing yesterday discharged Frank L.
Bedillion from jail on a writ of habeas corpus.
Bedillion was sued before Alderman McMasters
by Edmundson fc Perrine to recover 121 due on
furniture purchased by his wife. Judgment was
obtained, and an execution issued with a capias
The writ was returned, no goods, and Bedill
ion was arrested and lodged in jail. A writ of
habeas corpus was applied for, and Judge
Ewing ordered Million's discharge, stating
that there was no foundation for his imprison
ment. To-Day's Audit List.
Estate of Accountant.
Ignatius Hahn Wm. Steinmeyer.
Hugh Wilson P. Ivory etal.
John McLaughlin Safe Deposit Company.
W. H. Hieber. A. H. Colvert
H. P. Reynolds Mary J. Reynolds.
Catharine R. S. Hahn..Wm. Steinmeyer.
John S. Hays J. K. Dornngton.
Ira Peternon Sale Deposit Company.
B. JI. Hall Martha nail.
Sherwood J. A. Goulden,
What Lawyers Are Up To.
The suit of Chalk & Burk, against Doherty
Bros an action on a contract, is on trial before
Ix the suit of James Fitzgerald against R.
Dunwoody, an action on an account, a verdict
was given jesterday for the defendant
Jit thesuitof D. F. McAfeeJ against Doherty
Bros., an action on a contract, a verdict was
rendered yesterday, giving McAfee $3S2 24.
Is tho suit of C. F. Todd against Edward
Hartnett, an action on a mechanic's Hen, a
verdict was given yesterday for J250 for the
Dks. James and Thomas McCattn yester
day received a verdict for $150 in their suit
against John Seibert to recover a bill for pro
Is the suit of Joseph Willison and wife
against F. W. Hartnng and Constable W. T.
Carlisle, to recover damages for an alleged ille
gal levy and sale for rent, a non-suit was taken
by the plaintiff.
The testimony taken in the divorce case of
John Kenna against Julia Kenna was filed yes
terday. Kenna is a millman and lives in Law
renceville. It is alleged that Mrs. Kenna nee-
lectea ber husband, got drunk and run after
Is the ejectment snit of the heirs of John A.
Miller against John F. Rivers to recover a lot
on Forty-fifth street, a verdict was given yes
terday lor the plaintiffs for the land in ques
tion and 6 cents damages.
The suit of Mrs. Lenora S. Hammill against
the Supreme Council of the Royal Arcanum is
on trial before Judge Ewing. The case is a
suit to recover tbe insurance on the life of
Mrs. Hammill's husband. The Royal Arcanum
refused to pay it on the grounds that Hammill's
dues had not been paid up.
Peter Klein yesterday entered suit against
Phillip Goeddel for $10,000 damage The par
ties are residents of Baldwin towns tp Klein
alleges that his whole lot has become per
meated from a cesspool on Goeddel's premises,
ruining bis well aud preventing bim from ob
taining and drinking water on his place.
L tbe case of Riddle, Dean Co. against
the N. YM L.32. fc W. Railway Company, oper
ating the N. Y., P. fc O. a. K., the United
States Court yesterday overruled tbe demurrer
and ordered judgment to be entered for the de
fendants on the plea. This gives a complain
ant a right to be beard before tbe Inter-state
Commerce Commission, and also ask relief
from tne courts.
In Judge Magee's branch of the Criminal
Conrt, yesterday, Lndwlg Boat, tried for selling
liqnor without a license in Mifflin township,
w as found not guilty. John Hanlon, prosecuted
by R. S. P. McCa.ll for selling liquor without a
license in McKeesport, pleaded guilty. He
mil be sentenced Saturday. .George W. Mc
Pherson, tried for keeping a ferocious dog, was
louna not guilty, out was oraerea to pay me
costs. The jurv is out in the case of Alice
Crumbacher, tried for assault and battery on
Intense Fain In Face.
Little Rapids, Wis . March 2, 1SS9.
My wife suftered with such intense neural
gic pains in tbe face; she thought she would
die. She bathed her-face and head with St.
Jacobs Oil, aud it cured her in four hours.
AT Dbfgoists akd Dealebs.
THE CHARLES A. VOGELER CO.. Baltimore. Hi.
I took Cold,
I took Sick,
Z take My Meals,
I take My Rest,
AND I AM VIGOROUS ENOUGH TO TAKE
ANYTHING I CAN LAY MY HANDS ON ;
fetting iht too, fob. Scott's
mulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil
and Hvpophosphites of Lime and
Soda T ONLY cured my Incip
ient Consumption but built
ME UP, AND IS NOW PUTTING
FLESH ON MY BONES
at the rate of a pound a day. i
take it just as easily as i do milk."
such testimony is nothing new.
scott's emulsioi is doing wonders
daily. Take no other.
IS THE STRONGEST,
For sale by all dealers. None genuine without
horse stamped inside Made bj Vs Atbes A Soks,
PhiUda, who mike the Straus 6-A Horse Blantou.
Instantaneous. nilrVi KEt 53s'
150 Cups -,UL"
U. & DEPOT, U Keren St, K. Y.
For sale wholesale and retail bv
103 Federal Street.
THET GOT EIGHT UP AND HUMPED.
Followers of Kodrlqaex Show Their
Opponents How to Electioneer.
New Yobk, November 19. Advices
from San Jose, just received, dated .NoYem
ber 7, say: It looks very much as though
Don Jose Joaquin Eodriques is to be elected
after alL The primaries are over. Never
was an election better conducted in the cap
ital of any republic. Beginning on Sun
day, the first of the three days, every place
where drinks could be obtained was closed,
according to an order previously issued by
the Chief of Police. There was absolutely
no drinking, and therefore no rowdyism.
At first it looked as though it would be very
close. Then theRodriqutstas began to gain
rapidly. Thej worked like bees. They
congregated on street corners and button
holed every one that passed. The leaders
hurried to and fro, giving strenuous orders:
"Ask everyone you see if he has voted.
(Jet him to go at once." In this way the
votes ran up rapidly, while the more digni
fied Esquivelistas relied upon earlier efforts.
If Rodriquez comes into power it is hard to
say what difference will be felt It is pre
dicted by some that the Jesuits will return
and hare their own way. Others say that
Costa Eica will take a nap lor a few years.
"Don Jose," they say, shrngging their
shoulders and smiling vaguely, "is like a
good, old-fashioned book that has been taken
down from an unused shelf. Blow the dust
off him, and you will find him sound and
staid, but a little slow, perhaps." "It is,"
say others, "a great blow to the Bishop of
Costa Eica, who saw in Don Ascension
Esquivel qualities fitting him pre-eminently
for the Presidency." There are 540 Presi
dental electors for all the country. The
Bodriquistas claim to have 100 more of these
than the Esquivelistas. This is said to be
the first really popular election Costa Eica
has ever had.
Sloney Comes In Slowly.
Itis to be very mnch regretted that the
subscription of funds for the redemption of
Library Hall's mortgage is exceedingly
slow. The committee ot canvassers has not
met with material encouragement in any
quarter. While it is too early to predict
success or failure of this particular scheme,
it is hoped that responses will be more gen
eral. ROGERS' ROYAL
TIVE to the
BEAIN and NEEVOUS
There is no substitute for this remedy.
IT CUBES, it GIVES NEW LIFE, it is
BUBE and "WHOLESOME.
Sold by druggists. Price, 1.
Prepared only by EOGEES BOYAL
BEMEDIES CO., Boston, Mass.
NEW YORK STEEL MAT CO.,
234 & 235 BROADWAY, N. Y.
Owners & 8ole Manufacturers of the
ROCHESTER STEEL MAT,
Stripped Steel Mats of all Sizes.
Patented Feb. Tth,lSSSL
These Hats have the combined advantages of au
(Kher Mats with none of their disadvantages, ana
baToproTentobethe Cheapest and Best.
They will not break down, flatten out, warp or
set oat of shape, and will ontwenr all wire,
robber and other steel Mats in the market
Will clean the feet better than any other Hat,
and not permit the dirt to be carried beyond them.
People stepping on them cannot slip as their
surface offers resistance In all directions.
They need no shaking, therefore create no dnst.
Sold In aU Hardware. DiT Goods. Carpet
and House Furnishing- Stores. Liberal dis
count auowea wt u
No. l-SIioldli ...$2.00
No. 3-SlK) 18X30.... 2.50
No. S Size 23x39..,. 3.50
No. 4-Slze 24x43.... 5.00
No. 6-Slzo 30x13.. ..$5.00
No. 6-Slze 30x43.... 7.0O
No.T-SlzeS6xS0.... 9 00
No. 8-Slze 86x72. ..1L0O
ANOTHER MONEY SAVING, BUSINESS PRODUCING WEEK AT
DOUGLAS 3c MACKIE'S.
100 onlv Ladies' Elegantly Beautiful Striped Cloth Newmarkets, that were meant to be a
bargain at J5 00, we've secured to sell at S3 75 each come early for choice.
We'll show you the prettiest collection of Ladles' Cloth Newmarkets, embracing all tbe
latest novelties, in plain, stripe and plaid weaves, at $5 00, 57 00 and 110 00 and on up; you'll save
from SI 00 to S3 00 by selecting from this range.
100 only Ladies' Stockinette Jackets, Handsomely Braid Trimmed, we'll offer this week
at S3 00 each, they're worth and would be cheap bought at $7 00.
We've got an exceeding excellent range. Ladies' English Seal Flush Jackets, marked to
sell at 18 75, $10 00, S12 00 up to finest, from SI 75 to S3 00 less than usual prices.
A most superb exhibit Ladies' English Seal Plush Sacques at S16 60, $18 50, 820 00 up to
best made, at our figures, they're from S3 W to $5 00 less than you'd expect them to be.
Note Please A truly excellent assortment, best makes, London Dye, Seal Skin Sacques,
at prices that'll save you from $25 00 to $50 00 a garment,
AND' ALSO REMEMBER
An abundant supply of all the latest novelties, in Ladies' Stylish Jackets and Newmarkets, in
Flnsb and Velvet Sleeves, etc., etc Misses' and Children's Wraps, Cloaks, etc. Thousands to
select from. All at our well known
POPULAR, EVERYBODY'S BARGAIN PRICES,
151 and 153 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY.
THE LARGEST STOCK.
W. M. LAIRD,
LEA-IDIEfcTa- SHOE JDttJLUEEZ,
515 and 517 Wood street.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS
Oasli am-d. C3?edi3
923 and 925 JPenn avenue, near Ninth street.
SIXTH ST.. offers adTan tapes for securing a practical business education possessed by no other
college in the State. Rapid writing, rapid calculations and practical boolckeepine aro special
ties. Shorthand and Typewriting Departments provide tbe best training possible in these
branches. NIGHT SCHOOL SPECIALTIES: Arithmetic, Penmanship, Bjokkeepinr, Short-
band, Drawing; Algebra and Latin.
Bend for catalocraea.
Hot Springs Fail
Bruise on teg leads to great suffering. Hot
springs, doctors, and all methods and
Remedies fail to oure. Tries Cutieura
and sueeaeds. Not a sore about him
bow. A grateful testimonial.
Havlne been a sufferer for two years and a half
from a disease caused by a bruise on tbe leg, and
having been cured by tbe Cuticuba Kem idiks
when all other methods and remedies failed, I deem
it my amy to recommena mem. 1 Vliltea Hot
Springs to noavslLand tried several doctors with'
i aoeton with.
out success, and at last our
i at last our principal arujrffisx..Mr.
I druggist, Mr.
towhom I shall ever feel grateful).
ote to me aboot cuticuba, ana I consented to
give them a trial, with tbe reiult that I am cer-
ectly cured. There Is now no sore about me. I
think 1 can show the largest surface where my sur-
lerinffg uprsug jrom DiurguviauDnuie. rno
Cdticuiia Remidies are the best blood and skin
cures manufactured. I rerer to druggist John P.
f Inlay and Dr. D. C. Montgomery, both of this
place, and to Dr. Smith of Lake Lee, Mist.
ALEXAMDKK BEACH, Greenville, MUs.
Mr. llesch used the Cuticcea Remedies, at our
request, with results as above stated.
A. B. FIN LAY & CO., Drngglits.
Scrofula 7 Years Cured
I have been troubled with scrofula seven years,
which first started on the top or my head, giving
me Infinite trouble, with constant Itching, casting
off of dry scales, and a watery liquid exuded from
under tbe scales. 1 treated ft for seven years un
successfully, and was unable to check It until 1
found your C'cncunA Keiiemes. One box Cirri
CUBA, one cake Cuticora soap, and one bottle
Ccticoba Resolvent completely cured me, my
skin becoming perfectly clear and smooth.
S. J. DAVIS, Artesia, Los Angeles Co., CaL
Ccticura Bemedies entirely cured me of salt
rheum, from which I have suffered for six years.
MBS. A. McCLAFLUf, Morette, Mo.
The New Blood Purifier and purest and best of
Humor Remedies, Internally, and Cuticuba, the
great skin Cure, and Cuticura Soap, an exquis
ite Skin Heautlfier, externally, cure every disease
and humor of the skin, scalp, and blood, with loss
or balr. from pimples to scrofula.
Bold everywhere. .Price, CCTICDBA, 80c: Boat,
25c: Resolvent, fl, Prepared by the PorraB
11BUO AND CHEMICAL CORl'OIUTION, Boston.
5"Sendfor "How to Cure bkln Diseases, "64
pages, SO Illustrations and 100 testimonials.
D I U I'LES, black-heads, red, rou gh, chapped, and
r I HI oily skin prevented by coticcba Soap.
1VOVE MINUTE THE CUTICTRAAXTI-
Pain Plasteb relieves rheumatic,
'sciatic, blp, kidney, muscnlar. and
chest nalns. The first and onlv in.
stantaneeus paln-kllllng strengthening platter,
THE P1TTSBTJBG LAMP
Is the best in the market. It is the most
perfect in construction, gives the most light,
burns less oil and yon can bay them irom
us at lowest prices, as we are tne agents in
Pittsburg for their sale.
We are now receiving our Holiday Goods,
beautiful Dinner and Chamber Bets; a com
plete line of Fancv Goods, suitable for presents.
If you want to save money and who doesn'tT
you can do it at
R P. WALLAOB & CO.,
211 WOOD STBBET,
Opposite St. Charles Hotel, or
102 and 104 THERD AVE.
PHOTOGRAPHER, 18 SIXTH STREET.
A fine, large crayon portrait SI 60; see them
before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets, $2 and
12 60 per dozen. PROMPT DELIVERY.
406 and 408 Market street.
'B5 liiiitiiJl ""HT"
A Superb and Incomparable Assort
ment of Fur Caps Now Opening
E TT B E IT ' S.
The "Boston" Turban!
In Coney Fur, 87c, 98c and Jl 2a
In Oregon Seal, S2 20. S2 40 and S2 SO.
In Alaska Seal, 85, 18. SlOandSli
The above cut illustrates the handsome Bos
ton Turban, which Is decidedly new, real and
stylish. There is not tbe leastdonbt bat that it
will prove the most popular cap of the,season.
Tho band Is somewhat higher than tbe old
style turbans. The top. a full oval, and Its
general ontlines are graceful and becoming.
Owing to the backwardness of the weather and
oar tremendous stock, we are naming prices at
the start which we expected to quote at tbe
close of the season. Besides Tbe Boston we
have the followinc styles: The Detroit, Tbe
Montreal, Tbe Alexis, The Cleveland, The
Drlvinc and The College. Don't fall to Bee oar
magnificent stock of Far Caps and Gloves.
Tlio .Hatter ana Furnisher,
421 and 423 Smlthfleld St
COME and SEE
At $1 25
You can buy a pair of Gents'
Heavy Sole Tip Bals. or Con
gress. At $1 50
A pair of fine sewed Gents'
Dress Shoes, plain and tip toes,
Bals., Button and Congress
Gents' Waterproof Grain High
Lace Shoes, with heavy soles.
Also genuine Calf Boots
78 OHIO ST., ALLEGHENY.
Comer of Sandusky street.
Latest improved Spectacles and Eye-Qlasses;
will fit any nose with ease and comfort. The
largest and best stock of Optical Instruments
and Artificial Eyes.
KOBNBLUM, Theoretical and
No. SO Fifth avenue, near Wood street.
Telephone No. 1668. selS-ssu
ELEGANT SECOND-HMD CARRIAGES 'ASSiSSS:
Six Beat Rockawavs. Baronches for one horse. Phaetons and Side-bar Bncffles: also 3 finn
hearses, late styles, nearly as good as new. This is without doubt the finest line of second-hand
vehicles ever shown in Pittsburg; and we will sell them at rock-bottom prices. Terms eatisfac-
tory. Command see us or write for particulars.
CLESENKAMP & SON,.
Repository, 818 and 330 Penn ave., city.
A Positive Reduction
Solid Walnut Bedroom y
Parlor Suits, solid Walnut or Cherry, that formerly sold
for $48 and $58, now selling at 38 and $45.
Carpets that sold at 75 c, 80c and 90c, cut in price to 50c,
65c and 75c. STRICTLY ALL WOOL.
Lace Curtains that brought $4 50, now selling at $2 75
Cornice Pole FREE witH every sale. of Lace Curtains
Come and get a Bargain.
CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS.
HOPPER BROS. & CO.,
THE : COMPLETE : HOUSE :' FURNISHERS,
BETWEEN THIRD AND FOURTH AVES.
lADE ONLY BV I N TH E Yf U HLLJ
JOHN PLOOKBR & CO.,
Rocker's Lubricating Hemp Packing
FOB RAILROAD TJSB.
Italian and American Hemp Packing;
Clothes Lines, Twines, Bell Cord, Fish Lines,
Chalk Lines, Night Lines, Sisal Bale and Hide
Bope, Tarred Lath Yarn, Spun Yarn, etc
WORKS-East street, Allegheny City, Pa,
OFKICE AND SALESBOOll-KI Water st,
ttsbnrg. Telephone No. 1370. QC2269-ITWS
PITTSBURG AND LAKE KRIE BA1LKOAD
COMPANY. Schedule In effect Novembers,
Central time. DSPABT-For CleTeland.
5:C0, 3:00 a. ra., '15, '4aa. "9:30 p. m. For Cin
cinnati, Chicago and St. Louis. 6:00 a. m.. I:S5,
9:30p. m. For Buffalo, 8:00 a. m., 4:2), .30p.
m. For Salamanca, 3:00 a. a., 4:20 p. m. for
Youngstown and Newcastle, 5:00, '3:00, 10:U a.
m., '1:35, t.TO. "9:30 p. m. Kor Beaver Falls,
8.-00, 7:30. 8:00, 10:15 a. m., 1:3S, 2 JO, '40, 8:20,
"9:3u p. m. For Chanters. 5:00, 15:33 a. m 5:35,
4.55,7:15,7:30. 8.05. 8:3a 9-50,10:t5a.m.,12:O5,K:5
112:45, 1:40, 8:30, 8:50, 14:30, 5:05, 6.-SJL '8:10, 10d0
ARBtVE-From Cleveland, 6:I3 a. m '13:30.
5:40, "7:55 p. m. From Cincinnati, Chicago and
bt. l,onls, 12:30, "7:55 p. ra. From Buffalo, S S
a. m '12:30, 10 p. m. From Salamanca, 12.30,
"7:58 p. m. From Yonnjrstown and New Castle,
6:25, :20a. m., '12:30, 5:40, Tiss, 10 p. m. From
Beaver Falls. 5:25, 6:25, 7:20, 9:20 a. m., '12:30,
1:20, 8:40, 1:55, 10 p.m.
P.. C. & Y. trains for Mansfleld. 8:30 a. m., 3:30,
5:05 n. m. For Essen and Beechmona 8:30 a. m..
P.. C. ft Y. trains from Mansfleld, Essen and
Beecbmont, 7:03 a. m., 11:19 a. m.
P., McK.ftY. It. K.-UEPiW-Kor New Ha
ven, 15:30 a. m., 3:3tp. m. For West .Newton,
15:30. 9.30 a. m.. 3:30, 5:20 p. m.
AEBIVX From New Haven, J8:20 a. m., "5:1s
p. m. From West Newton, 6:15, f8:M a. m., 1:25,
5:15 p.m. r
For McKeesport, Elisabeth, Mononjtahela City
and Belle Vernon, 6:30, 17:30, U:15 a. m., 13:30,
1:50 p. m.
From Belle Vernon, Honongabela City. Eliza
beth and McKeesport, 7:45 a. m., 13:20, U.30, 5:00,
Dally. iSundays onlv. twill run one hour
iste on sunday. will run two nours late on ban
day. City Ticket Office, 639 Smlthfleld Street.
TDALT1MOBE AND OHIO BAILKOAD.
jlt Bcneamem eneciAOvemDer in, issi:
ForWainlnzton. I). C. Baltimore. PMInlet.
phla and New York, 8:00 a. m. and S:20 p. m.
For Cumberland, '8:00 a. m., $1:00, 9:2ti; p. m.
For Connellsvlllr, J8:40 and '8:00 a. m., $1:00, $4:00
and "9.20 p. m. For Union town, is :4a "8:00 a. m.
$1:00 and $4.00 p. m. For Mt. Pleasant, $3:40,
8:00a. m. and fl.-OO and $4:00 p.m. For Wash
ington, fa., OSandtOa. m., '3:35, $5:30 and
7:i0p. m. For Wheeling:, 7n, $8:40 am.. 3:35,
7:30 p.m. For Cincinnati and Bt. Louis, "7i05a.
m "7:30 p. m. For Colambns, "7:05 a. m., "7:30
p. m. For Newark. 7:06, $9:40 a. m., 3.J5, 7:30
p. m. For Chicago, 7:03 and 7:30 p. m.
Trains arrive from New York, Philadelphia,
Baltimore and Washington, 8:20 a. ra., '3:55 p.
m. From Columbus, Cincinnati and Chicago,
8:25 a.m., 9:00 p.m. From Wheeling, '8:25,
juu a. iu, );w, r:w p. in.
Through sleeping cars to Baltimore, Washing-
ton, Cincinnati and Chicago.
accommodation at $8:35 a. m.
The Pittsburg Transfer Company will call for
and cheek baggage from hotels
upon orders left at B. & O.
ticket office, corner
inn ave. ana wood st.
CHAS. O. SRlII.r IJn.
Pass. Agent, J. T. O'DELL, General Manager.
PlTTSBUKH AJTD CASTLE SHANNON K. K.
Summer Time Table. On and after May I,
1889, until farther notice, trains will rnnasfollows
on every day. except Snnday. .Eastern standard
time: Leaving Pmsbnrg-e:20f a. m.. 7:10 a. m.,
8:00 a.m.. 8:30 a. m., 11:30 a. m , 1:40 o. m., 3:40 p.
m., 5:10 p. m .. 6:50 p. m., 6:30 p. m., 9:30 p. m.,
11:30 p. m. ArUagton-5:40 a. m., 6:20 a. m., 7:19
a. m 8.00a. m., 10:20a. m., 1:00p.m., 2:40p.m.,
4:20p.m., 6:10p.m.. 5:50 p. ra., 7:10 p. ra., KM
p.m. Sunday trains, leaving Plttshorg 10 a.m.,
12:50 p. m., 2 30 p.m., 6:10 p. m., 7:10 p. m 8:30
p. m Arlington 0:u a. m., 12 m 1:50 p. m , 00
p.m. 6:30 p. m., 8:00 p, m.
JOHN JAHN. Sunt.
A LLEGHEmr VALLEY KAILHOAD-
xV.Tratns leave Tjmon Station (Eastern Standard
time): BUttannlnr Ac 6.SS a. m Niium Kt..
dally. 8:45 a. nu. Hulton Ac, 10:11 a. m.; Valley
Imuran At, ju:iu a.m; vaiiey
m. Oil City and lftiBols Ex..
Camp Ac, 12:05 p. m.
c, 4:00p;m.; Braeburn Ei 5:00p.m.: Klttasn-
ing Ac, 6.80 p.m.; Braeburn Ac, 6:20p. a. : Hal-
ua Aa '.au p. m.; jsusaio h:t , aauy.
8:50 p. m.; Hnlton Ac, 9.45 D.m.: Braeburn Ac.
11:80 p. m. Church trains Braeburn. 12:40 p. m.
and 9.35 p. m. Pullman Sleeping Cars betwsea
Pittsburg and Buffalo. JAb. P. ANDEBSUN.
Q. T.AKt.: DAVHJ MCOABGO. Gen. Sunt.
I1TSBUBG AND WE3TEKN KAILWAX
Trains (Ct'l Stan dtlme)
Uay Ex., Akron, Toledo, Kane
6:40 a m
77 p m
Chicago Express C dally)
New Castle Accommodation.
9:00 a m
'12:40 p m
11:30 a m
i:ju p m
two n m
5:30 a m
Butler and Foxbure Ac
a.w p m
First class fare to ChlcaffO. S10 SO. Second elsis.
J) 50. Pnllman Bufiet sleeping car to Chicago
SALE IN FACT.
Suits that brought' $58, price
SfTPti- -"?3A "ad
KAOFMANNS' DAILY CARD OF REASON;
what it was before," as well as entertaining and intersW
ing, it is read with profit by everybody.
THIS'LL BE BOYS' DAY 'V
Here. Two grand special drives will make things lively, V
here to-day. Every mother of a boy between 4 and. 14'
years of age, should be on hand. . '
375 Boys' Short-Pant
$7 and $8.
$7 and $8.
$.7 and $8.
DRIVE NO. 2.
340 Boys' Fine Overcoats, Worth $7 and;
$8, for $5.
They're gems of beauty and marvels of
cheapness. Type piled mountain high
could not adequately describe their quality,
fit, make and style. They are perfection
perfected and must be seen to be appre
ciated. Let it suffice, therefore, to state
that they come in sizes ranging from -4 to-
14, are made from extra quality bcotch
Cheviots and English Cassimeres, are cut
in Lord Chumley, cape and plain styles, are
trimmed and sewed in the best possible
manner and are offered as "big bargains"
by competing houses at $7, $8 and over.
Had we not chanced to buy them at away
below their actual value, we could never
have afforded to sell them at the truly
matchless figure of $5. Don't- forget this
most important fact, however: These Over
coats will be on sale to-day, Wednesday,
only.' Ask for the $5 Overcoat driye on
entering the store.
A SPECIAL GIFT
With every one of these $5 Boys' Suits or. Overcoats
we shall give a genuine Sheffield two-bladed Pocketkn!fef
free of charge. These knives come in ivory, horn and
mother-of-pearl handles, and are sold in cutlery storeslat
50 cents. " Wg&k
Venly, to-day will stand
ents and prices in our boys
I X , V.j
Fifth Avenue and
fFrom Pittsburg Union Slstlon.
Triies Bun bj Central Time.
SOUTHWEST SVSTEM-PAKHANDLE BO DTE.
LesTO Tor Cincinnati snJ St. Iub,& 1:18 a. p..
d 7: a. m..d 8:W and d U:lSp.n. Uennlion, S:tt
p. m, Chicago, d 1:15 nd " Pv "
WheellDfr. 7ta3 a. m., 12.-OS. 6:10 p. m Bteuben
Tllle, i Ji . m. Washington, 5:55, 8 a. m., I d&,
:S0.s:. 4:55 p.m. Balrri0:l0.m. Burgetts
toVn, S 11:35 a. m.. 85 p. m. MsnifleW, 3:15,
a:0.U.9.iB.. IrtS, , d 8:30. : p. m. Mc
Donalds, d 4 IS. d 10:45 p. m. ...,.-.
Xbaiss ABBlTBfrom the West , d 1:10, d:00a.
m.. J.-05, d 5-a p. m. Dennlson, sai a. ra. uieu
nenTUIe, 5:05 p. m. Wheellnic, 10, S: a. m
SrtS. tMv. mT Bnrgetutown. 7:1S a. m s SM
J:SB. i m. Msnsfleld, 5:3, 8:80. II : i a. m.,
:S,.SVS:49andBe:a)p. m. Bnlrtr, 1:10 p. ra.
McDonalds, U6.35.m.,d9:00p. m.
NdBTHWXST STSTEM-rr. WAT1JTE BOirm
U AJf s .v
p. n and 7:a a. m., Tia r.. J( u n . v.-y ; y "
Castle and Konngstown, 7.-OJ a. m.. 12:20, :44n.
m sYouBiUown and Nlles, d20 p.nj.!Mead
Tllfe, Erlesnd Ashubnla, 7:a a. m.. 12.-9 p. n.j
Nlles and Jamestown. J:45 p. m s Misslllon. 4:10
p.m.: WbeellnK and Bellalre, 6:10 a. m.. 12:13.
I:S9p.'m.t Bearr rails, 4:00, W6 p. m.;BaTcr
rails ti 80 a. m.i Leetsdale. Sa. m.
UirjLKT from ALLJEomurr-Kocnester, J a.
m.; Bearer Falls, 8:15. 110 a.m.: Knon, 8:00 p.
m.i l.eet.dIe. S.OS, SSO, 10-00, 11:45a. m.: 1:15. 2.A
4 JO, 4:45. 8:3i 8.15. 71, s.oop. m.: Conwsy. 10:30
p.m.: Fair Oaks 8 11:40a.m.: BeaTer JTalls, S
4.90p.m. ;leudle. a:p.m.
Tiuims akbits Union staUon from Chlcsto, ex-
:n. i-rt v . v.
cent Monday. l:ao. a a a owo a. m.,a
a o.w p.m.: Toledo, t
m.. BJA And StSO u.
, except Monday, 1:50. d SdJ a. -a.
B.; Crestline, 2:10 p. tn.;
tir CasUe, tilO a. m.. ls&. O0,
Yooaf stows and Jew
, 130 d m.
AihtabBUL 1:2. 10:15p.m.: MaijIUon. 10:00a.m.:
Mies and Jamestown, 8:10 a.m.: Bearer rails,
7:30 a. m., iHp.n.i Bearer rails, 8 SCS p. m.;
Lettsrtsl-, le.so p. m.
Abriti Ai.soniaT, from Enon, 8,00 a. m.t
Conway 8.4S.Koches(r, 8.40a. m.j Bearer rails,
7.10a. in.. 5.30 p. m.f- leetsdale. 4.30, S.S0. S.1.V,
6.60,7.46 a. in.. 1J
m 1 JL 1 l-XL 4.30. B.S0. 9.
Fair Oaks. S 8.56 a.M.: Betrer rails. B
ixttdale, 8 .. p. . J Searer rUs,
a, amy; 9. BttaaayosaT; vmr wwas,
T '.T.-- . .
November SO, 1889.
Thenewsl-therescarcefy If avoid, TH yea.
ture here to say.
That o'er men's thoughts and fancies hold
more universal sway; . ,
The old, the young, the grave, the gay, the
wealthy and the poor? -
AH wish, on each succeecung day, to'hearJit
Though on each day 'tis always chaneM trass
what it was before." Watson.
, And it is safe to say that,,
nothing that appears in that..
modern mercury and moldec of
public opinionthe press4-Ts
more eagerly read by manyc
thousands of thrifty and.sehsi-N
ble people than Kaufnianns'
daily news of bargains "ahcldf:
style. v,'iS 1
Being "always chaner'dJfrome
Suits, Worth $7 and $8, for 5.
These suits, which range in sizes from 4 to
14, represent the very latest styles and most
exquisite novelties of the season. They
come with vest, or without, plain and fancy
pleated, with rolling and button-up collars,
and in a most magnificent variety of ma
terials, among them genuine Scotch Chev
iots, fine All-Wool Cassimeres, extra fine
Corkscrews and Worsteds; The patterns:
fancy mixtures predominate; then there
are pronounced and interwoven plaids and
checks, stripes, solid colorings, etc Suits
of the same quality and workmanship have ' t
been sold and will be sold in this city to-..
day at $7 and $8. Come right in tondayV
mothers, and take any one in the line for
$5. If you're wise you'll come in the morn-'
ing before the assortment is broken. Ask
for the $5 Suits.
$7 and $8. .
Worth ' d
$7 and $8,J
Worth- f 9
FOR EYERY BOY.
without a parallel for pfes?
PEJfnaYtiVANLs. KJ1LKOAU Oa AND
aller Norember 10, 1868, trams lea-r Union V
tsutlon, ritUbure, asTioUowi, Xastern StaacUnt
MAIX LUIS XASTWAB1X
V1. . U. J. .UW 1 .III "ft" II III I IWH . A ! ,.1
tlbnla dllr at 7ilS m. m- X
Atlantic Express daily for tne East, SdOa-m. .
Mau train, dally, except Snnday. 4 Jus. m, aun
UT, JDJUl, BIWb m.
lt express dsJly at 3DB a. m.
ui exprsss dally at lreo p. m.
rhlladelphla express dally at 4 JO p. a.
Eastern exonss dally at 7:U p,
Ji'sst Llna UallT at 8:10 nir
Oreensbure express silo d.
, m. weex aays.
Deny express llico a. m. wees: days.
inmch trains connect at 1
r "uroourn Annex" :
aroldlntdonblslVrtaf e and
-Ualnsamre at Union station as foaawsr
St. Loals. Colcaa-o and Cincinnati Exnress. :
Mall Train, daily.. ............ ....... S:UD.im.l
WesternExpresa, daUy... . 7:45a, nv i
Chlcaro Limited JSXDrtsidiiilT!!!!!!.. 9 JO o. m.-" X
rastLlne. dally. 11:54 p. in,
souThVyesl- kilnh kiii.wh
Tor Unlontown. SiSO ana Stssa. m. and 4:38 p- .
m without chsnjte or cars. 12.50 p. m.. connect-:
wk ah ureeiuiraqc. imni arnre xrom UZU9WV
town at i45 a. m.. liao. tat and S:W p. m.
B 2:3S nd Srttp. M,U
Vreenort Accom 4:15. SSOand 11:48 n. ml
OnSanday...., 12:95 and :S8m,a.J
.norm apwio accou. ,...u w i, n. sag snwpi
AuetDcnr dBUGUDa AmnuflnoiuoB uaii.1
KiftiraviilA Accommodation .u. ..11mbi
Trains sxtIto at rEUEUAX. STHSmt STATlONtC
Kxpreta, eonnecunicirom uniisr.,7..M.is:saa. m-
Mail Train. i:m p. m, .
Bo tier Accom t-.lOa. au, 4:4Saad7ap.,1
BlalrsrUle Accommodation..... .i:i. mA
rreenort Aeeom.7i40s.m.. ias.7Qandn:ieV sa.1
On Sunday...... ......10:10 a. m. and 78 . aw
Bprincaaie &eeom..afluia.sbtMs,Hsm. aw
2iortli Apollo Accom. ....-4:40a. a. andS:48a.at.
Trains learo Union station. Pltuonrjf, asJSBe
iror jaononfaneia uit. ess iirtiwasTn w
Pnlontown, 10 -Ws.m. ror Monoajtsbel City
wm HrawtisrllliL 7tcsand 10:40 a.m.aad 4-b.i
On Snnday, I -01 n. u. ror Mononxanela City, iit
p. m.. week days. "
llrarosban Ac, wtex days, tim p. m. t 'JI
West Elizabettt Aeeommodatlos. :30a. m' J4t..
(aiandllwn. as, sonasy. s:4t. m. -tmiJ k
Tlciet oCees-Corner JToartk arusaa a,1i..,
street and Union statloa. -'ir .
CMAS, E. fUUtt, JjK. woot,
no&WBTJ- .Allegheny, Pa, J
' JAMES C. -r7iT.T.TAWB, A, M,, tin'U