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A? BE A
&he Decidedly Unpleasant Predica
ment of Major Joe Stewart.
HB HIT A MAS WITH AS DMBEELLA
"In a Street Altercation, and the Wound Has
A EUFFIAYS EDDEXESS TO A WOMAN.
Tie Cause cf His Death Under CirenmslancesTliat Are
Several -weeks since Major Joe Stewart,
of 2Jew York, in resenting an insnlt to his
wife, struck a man with an umbrella. It
now seems that the point entered the man's
eye, and eventually caused his death.
Until j esterday the Major was entirely ig
norant of the serious result of what he re
garded asS trifling blow.
Is ew Yoek, November 20. The identity
of the man who, in this city, assaulted
young Martin Flynn with an umbrella, the
ferule of which was jabbed into his eye,
causing death some weeks later, is now
thought to be known. - The police have been
working on the case, but it remained for a
reporter to make the discovery, and get the
full and correct account of the affair
"I don't know whether I shall give my
self up or not." said he, "but the police can
find rue, as I have no intention ot running
He had seen an account of Flynn's death
in the papers, but it never occurred to him
that Flynn was the unknown man with
whom he bad had an altercation several
" HOW IT HAPPENED.
Major Joe Stewart, the eenial Southern
gentleman whose efforts in behalf of the
Contederate Soldiers' Home in Austin, Tex.,
last winter, cave him a wide -popularity in
the South and earned him a large number
ot friends in Ifew York, is the gentleman
referred to. He has a law office at 62 Wall
street It was in defending his wife from
the insults of a ruffian that the Major now
believes be has unwittingly caured the death
of a man who is entirely unknown to him.
He did not know he had injured the man,
but finally the weight of the facts convinced
"Say that I authorize this statement," he
said, when he and the reporter separated.
The statement of the facts in the case is as
"The man with whom I had the trouble
was about 5 leet 9 to 10 inches in height.
He was dressed in dark clothes, had a dark
complexion and wore a dark mustache. He
weighed about 140 pounds, wore a derby
bat. He was not drunk, but had evidcntly
been drinking. I don't remember the exact
hour, but I believe it was not later in the
evening than 9:30 o'clock of October 18. I
was walking down Broadway with my wife
at the time. The other man was walking
up the thoroughfare,
The man passed between the Major and
bis wite and the building at the corner. As
the straneer passed close to Mrs. Stewart be
took bold of her arm and said: "How
d'ye?" Whereupon, continued Mr. Stewart,
"I released my wile's arm and struck the
man over the'head with my umbrella sev
eral times. He was stunned and fell back.
My wife stepped over to the rorner. The
man stepped up again to renew the attack.
I put my hand in my pocket to reach for my
knife, as I had no other weapon. I found
ray knife was too small, and I struck at tbe
man again with my umbrella. He put his
hand behind him, and I thought he was
about to draw a pistol. At this moment two
gentlemen came up and interfered.
They said: "You've hit him enough. I
waited five minutes for a policeman,
bnt none appeared, and I went back to my
wife at tbe corner where I had left her. X
then crossed the street and went to a drng
flftsre, where my wife expected to meet a lady
friend. I did not find the lady and we
ttarted back. When I cot to the corner I
met a man who said he was connected with
tbe Postoffice Department. '1 believe,' he
said to me, 'you did just right. Yon shall
be protected. I Baid: 'I don't want any
protection. I am not going across the street
to avoid meeting the man.' I believe I also
said, 'It is a little strange if the police can't
be on a great thoroughfare to protect a
gentleman from the attack of ruffians.' "
HIS "WIFE AGITATED.
"By this time," the Major stated, "Mrs.
Stewart was very much excited and agi
tated. The events of the evenins, s,et apart
for pleasure, had a very depressing efiect
upon her nerves. She did not wish to stay
out any longer and insisted on going home
at once, and I finally consented."
In reply to questions about the case Mr.
Stewart said he was not aware that he had
jabbed the man in the face or eye with his
umbrella. He did notice, however, that
there was some blood on the man's cheek
after tbe affair. He had no idea the man
was injured seriously. His only object had
been to resent a gross insult to his
wife. The whole affair was incomprehen
sible. He could not understand bow a man
who appeared to be a gentleman could be
guilty of such conduct He had broken to
pieces and ruined a $12 silk umbrella, and
he supposed that that constituted the prin
cipal damage. Major Stewart's face wore a
troubled expression when he told the above
story, and saw how all the facts appeared to
point out that he had killed Flynn. He
Eaid that he would go at once over to the
postoffice to see George DeBois, the letter
carrier who saw the affair.
Major Stewart is a six-footer tnd heavy in
proportion, weighing fully 240 pounds. He
is a fine looking, courtly, genial Southerner,
and can be seen any day on Wall street
ANOTHER MAN IN IT.
Any Amonnt or Person TbinU That They
Killed Martin Flrnn.
New Yoek, Kovember 20. Siegfried
May, wholesale liquor dealer of 2931 First
avenue, surrendered himself to the police to
day, stating that be was the man that
stabbed Martin J. Flynn in the eye on upper
Broadway in the latter part of October with
nn umbrella, inflicting a wound irom which
be died. The accused was taken to court
and ren.anded for the Coroner's action.
Before the latter official May stated that
Flynn assaulted him, and that he only used
the weapon in self-defense. The thrust in
the eye be claimed was accidental, as he
only meant to hit him across the face he
said. The accused was paroled in the care
of his counsel until to-morrow, bail being
fixed at $500.
A HANDSOME NEW STABLE.
WalnwrUbt & Co., to Add An Expensive
Smblo to Tbelr Buildings.
Messrs. Wainwright, of the Winterton
brewery, propose to make an annex to their
present building. In the near future they
intend to erect a fine stable at the cost of
520.000. The structure will be entirely
gothic, and it will be a pretty addition to
tbe large block that now stands in Law
renceville. The stable will be fitted ont with all
modern conveniences and it will contain
room for 68 horses.
TOO DEUKK TO GO HOME.
An1 Old Woman Who Wlsled jo be Locked
Out ot Sight Temporarily.
Last evening a well-dressed and rather re
spectable looking woman entered the Alle
gheny Mayor's ofSce,and asked to be locked
up. She was considerably tbe worse for
liquor and aid not wish to go home in that
She was placed in a cell and docketed as
Matilda Brown. She is sfl-nrit (VI vA-ir rt
DANGER FROM FIRE.
The East End Streets Impassable for Fire
Engines Considerable Uneasiness !
That danger from fire could be produced
from an overplus of water is a condition of
affairs not usually contemplated by the
average citizen, but such appears to be the
case at present, judging from the report of
Assistant Fire Chief William Coates to
Chief Samuel K. Evans, of the Fire Bureau.
He states that a considerable portion of the
eastern end of Penn avenue, the portion that
is unpaved, is in such a condition that pub
lic travel is almost suspended over it, and
to tbe machinery of the Fire Department it
is entirely closed, so that in case of a fire in
such portions of that district as are not ac
cessible by other streets that are paved, the
building would simply have to be destroyed,
without hindrance, so far as the department
In commenting on this report Superin
tendent Evans said last evening that fnlly
nine-tenths of the unpaved streets in the
suburban distticts of the city ere in ex
actly the same position. The depth of the
mud on such streets varies from six inches
to three leet, and until there is a hard freeze
the depth of the mud will keep on increas
ing. Where the mud is more than a toot
deep, even in spots, a fire engine cannot go
because there is not space enough under the
fire box and machinery to clear the street
There is not an engine in the city that has
more than 18 inches in the clear under her
pumps, and in some of them the space is
not over 14 inches. The resnlt of one of
these engines passing over a street where
the mud readies a depth ot more than a foot
would be to get the machinery clogged and
probably broken and tbe engine stuck so
fast that at wonld be necessary to take it
apart to remove it
On Mt Washington the fire apparatus
was provided with tires of extra width.with
a view to preventing the wheels from sink
ing so deep in the mud, but in the present
condition of the streets even this precaution
does not have the desired effect, and, as in
the case of the fire in the Tnirty-first ward
last Sunday night, when a house burns they
are simply compelled to let it burn because
the apparatus cannot get near it
In the East End, on such streets as Roup,
Craig, Walnut $nd Baum streets, Aiken,
Center and Amberson avennes, if a fire were
to break out just now, unless it happened to
be very near to one of the main paved
thoroughfares, the department would be un
able to do anything but stand and watch it
burn. This condition of affairs prevails
over much the largest portion of the East
End district and over a large territory in the
other ontlving districts. In the East End
much of the trouble has been caused by the
construction of sewers, making connections
with water and gas pipes and other improve
ments, bnt tbe nnpaved roads at this season
are almost without exception impassable to
the beavy fire engines.
Superintendent Evans was asked what he
thought a remedy lor this condition of
"Let the people get their streets paved.
Nothing else can be done. If they want the
fire protection they help to pay for they
mnst spend money for pavements and it
might as well be done first as last."
DETERMINED TO DRAIN IT.
Charticrs Valley Will be Punched Fall of
Holes Dig Bonn Fnld.
Oil borers are still struggling for position
along the lower end of Chartiers creek. It
is now the field that attracts most attention,
and some of the garden farmers and dairy
men will be too rich next spring to care
much about their present ocenpation
whether all get grease or not
Tbe Davis well continues to attract the
principal part of attention. It is not being
monkeyed with, and it is supposed that a
little further drilling would make her a
1,000-barrels. She was still making 35 bar
rels an hour yesterday, though the drill
had penetrated the sand only about a foot.
It is supposed there is a good thickness of
sand. A disabled pipe line pump caused
100 barrels of oil to run away, but an extra
tank has been provided, and the waste has
B. B. Campbell has paid $125 an acre
bonus for 10 acres of Henry Johnston's
farm. A few weeks since the fee simple
could have been bought for $200 an acre,
E.M. Hukill's well No. I, on the D.
Wise farm, Mt Morris, is reported large,
Kb. 2 is nearly completed and No. 3 is be
Though but little has been heard from
the Duff City field, back of Sewickley, for
some days, interest has not abated in the
least It is likely that the character of the
field will be pretty well determined by the
end of the month.
EXPLORER WARD'S LECTURE.
Lnfayetto Hull Should be Packed To-Mor-
row Evening to Ilenr Iu
To-morrow evening, under the auspices of
the Pittsburg Press Cluh, at Lafayette Hall,
Mr. Herbert Ward, the famous African ex
plorer, will deliver his lecture based upon
actual experiences among the tribes of the
Dark Continent That this will prove inter
esting, goes without saying, and those who
attend will be given an actual idea of the
efforts of Stanley, Baker and other famous
explorers to penetrate the secrets lying be
tween the Cheops and the Cape of Good
Hope. The Press Club series will prove of
great interest to Pittsburgers.
The Yonns People Settled It.
The conflict of a yonng lover with the
parents of his inamorata, which began in a
shooting scrape and continued in a Justice
Court wrangle, was suddenly terminated
yesterday morning by the elopement of
Amanda Misbaugh, of West Bellevne, with
Oswald Misbaugh, her cousin. No one
knows but the young people which Gretna
Green was the destination.
IS not only a distressing complaint, of
itself, but, by causing the blood to
become depraved and the system en
feebled, is the parent of innumerable
maladies. That Ayer's SarsapariUa
is the best cure for Indigestion, even
when complicated with Liver Complaint,
Is proved by tbe following testimony
from Mrs. Joseph. Lake, of BrockwUj
"Liver complaint and indigestion
made my life a burden and came near
ending my existence. For more than
four years I suffered untold agony, 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 could be digested at
ail. 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 SarsapariUa, which
has produced wonderful results. Soon
after commencing to take the Sarsapa
riUa I could see an improvement in my
condition. My appetite began to return
and with it came the ability to digest
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., Lowell, Mas;
Srieetl; six bottles, $5. Worth S bottle.
BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA.
150 CUPS FOR XL
CHOICEST, PUREST. BEST. TRY IT.
THE M'KEEBPOET FOSTMASTEE.
Six Prominent Republicans StracsltoS for
The McKeesport postoffice fight is getting
to be a most interesting contest with a large
number of gentlemen in the field. The can
didates are Captain Joe Stone, Captain "W.
E. Thompson, W. E. Harrison, Eobert
Smiley, C. E. Patterson -and J. A. "Wel
linger. It is rumored tbat the persimmon is ready
to drop next month and there is a mighty
hustling for the longest pole. Congressman
Bay is credited with having interested him
self in the fight
Who Will bo There?
Everyone and everybody. To-day, re
member, onr great Thursday sale of fine
overcoats and suits takes place, and we mean
to make it a grand success. Too much rush
and bustle for some folks to buy on Satur
day, when most sales are held, and for the
benefit of those buyers we shall hold our
great Thursday bargain sales. To-day we
ofier unexcelled values. Men's chinchilla
overcoats, in blue, black and brown, at $8,
positively worth $16 to 518; men's cape coats
and ulsters, $7 and upward; men's kersey
overcoats, plain or cloth-lined, 10, and
men's superb diagonal suits, in cutaways
and sacks, at 510 and $12. Notice that on
Thursdays we sell all goods at cost, thereby
making these Bales very popular.
P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts.,
opp. the new Conn House.
No Money Wanted
As a deposit on Xmas cravon orders left at
Aufrecht's "Elite Gallery,'" 516 Market st,
Pittsburg. Pictures guaranteed perfect,
warranted not to fade and delivered when
promised or no pay. Who can or dare make
yon such an offer? None but Aufrecht
Peaesox won't give you a house and
lot, bnt he will give you a life-size crayon
portrait, beautifully framed, and 12 cab.
photos all for $8.
The best fitting Alaska seal jacket you
ever saw. Jos. Hobjte & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Leave Xmas orders for crayons at
Aufrecht's Elite Gallery, 516 Market street,
Itlnrrlnge IJcenses Granted Yesterday.
Kame. , Residence.
(Joseph Michael Pittsburg
J Lizzie Kleb Pittsburg
( Joseph Campbell Mlffllu township
X Elizabeth Crozler. Elizabeth
( Charles Dorsctt Pittsburg
X Minerva O. Bayless Pittsburg
(Robert Lennaghan Mansfield
I Ella Gralger Mansfield
( Edward U. Bostwlck Pittsburg
( Lncetta K. Bown Pittsburg
( Sebastian Mclnbaucr Pittsburg
( Mary Mablbauer Pittsburg
( Victor Dibe Pittsburg
J Krnesta Carrl Pittsburg
(John H. Washington Allegheny
(Emma Dickson Allegheny
(Samuel O. McElhlnney Washington county
(MattleB. Lust Washington county
( Charles Witt Brownsville
(Katie Cable Brownsville
( John Zlegler Pittsburg
X Katie Waidler Pittsburg
( Frank T. B. Shelton Neville Island
Belle Jackson Neville Island
(Thomas Llnkaytls .....Pittsburg
Ursula LanosLl Pittsburg
(Roberta. Graham Pittsburg
Virginia McKee Pitt-burg
i Katie Wlngerson Al'egheny
( Wm. J. Kuntz Johnstown
Elizabeth C. Bole Pittsburg
BAI,TjANTYNE On Tuesday. November 19,
about H P. H., at Chartiers, Instantly, George
Ballantyne, aged 68 years, father of J. A
Ballantyne, of this city.
Funeral at Armagh io-DAY. November 21, at
BUCKLEY On Wednesday, November 20,
at 1 r. it, Ass, widow of the late C. James
Notice of the f nneral hereafter.
DOT Y At Beaver Falls, on Tuesday. Novem
ber 19. 18S9, at 920 o'clock P.M., EdWABD
Dorr, aged J9 years.
Funeral services at the residence of his son-in-law,
A. M. Foster, No. 4733 Butler street, on
Thursday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to it
tend. DUFFY On Tuesday, November 19, 18S9, at
1.30 p.m., JobEPH Keating, eldest son of
Agnes V. Keating and Charles Duffy, Jr., aged
6 j ears, S months and 19 days.
Funeral from the residence of his grand
father, Joseph F. D. Keating, West View,
Perrysvllle road, on Thubsday MOEumo, at
11 o'clock. Interment private.
FITZMURRIS On Wednesday, November
20. at 10:20 P. JL, THOiiAS Fuzjioebis, aged 35
Fnneral from the residence of bis brother-in-law,
Michael Flynn, in rear of No. 47 Eigh
teenth street, on Friday morning, November
22, at 830, to proceed to St. Patrick's Church,
where high mass will be celebrated at 9 a. it.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
JACKSON On Wednesday. November
1SS9, D ESSIE 10NA, daughter ot Daniel w. am
Emma Jackson, aged 22 mouths.
Funeral services at the family residence,
Fairviewand Highland avenue, McKeesport,
op Titoesday at 2.30 p. M.
Wheeling papers please copy.
JACKSON Wednesday, November 20, 18S9,
at 8 a. st, Mary Jackson, aged 73 years.
Funeral from residence of her son, S343 Lig
onier street, city, Friday morning, 0 o'clock.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
McWILTJAMS On Wednesday, November
20, 1889, at 1 p. m.. Anna M., relict of the late
William G. Mc Williams, in the 81th year of
Funeral services at the residence of her son-in-law,
Robert Woodside, No. 203 Ashley street,
Twenty-flrst ward, on Satubday morning,
November 23, at 9.30 o'clock. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
PERKASON Op Wednesday. November 20,
1S89, at 3:15 P. M.. JOHN, son of John aud Mary
Perkason, aged 3 years, 2 months and 12 days.
Fnneral from the parents' residence, 4766
Cypress street, Bloomtield, on Friday, at 2 p.
K. Friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend. 2
REEVES At Jacksonville. Fla., November
1G. JSSn, Henry T.Reeves, Esq., of Beaver
Falls, in tbe 63d year of bis age.
Fnneral, will tike place from tbe V, P.
Church, Beaver Falls, Thursday at 2 p. m.
REYNOLDS On Wednesday. November 20.
18S9, at 1130 A. m., Wm. Reynolds, aged 20
Fnneral from St John's Church, Fourteenth
street Southside, Friday, November 22, 9 a.m.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
RICHTER On Wednesday. November 20.
ISi'J. at 8:45 p. M., JOHN RICHTER, in the ISth
year of his a;e.
Funeral from his lata residence, 23 Penn
avenue, on Friday at 2 p. m. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
SHORT On Wednesdav. November 20, 18S9,
at 2 o'clock p. m., Gkorge Alexander,
youncest son of John H. and Maggie Short,
aged 3 years and 2 months.
Funeral from the family residence, 23 Chnrch
avenae, Allegheny, Friday, Novomber22,at
10 A. M.
SHAUGHNESSY On Tuesday, November
19, 1SS9, at 5 a.m., Frank Shahoiinessy,
aged o2 years.
Fnneral from his late residence, Singer's
Hill, Wllklnsbnrg, on Friday, 22d Inst., at
9 a. M. Services at St. James' Chnrch. WU
kinsbnrg. Interment at St. Mary's Cemetery.
Friends of the family are respectfully Invited
JAMES AKOHIBALD & BRO..
1IVEBY AND SALE STABLES,
117, 119 and 138 Third avenue, two doors below
Smithfleld St., next door to Central Hotel.
Carnages for funerals,3. Carriages for operas,
parties, &c, at the lowest rates. All new car
nages. Telephone communication. myl-11-TTa
pEPBESENTED JS PITTSBUBG IN ISO.
ASSETS . 9071,69633.
Insurance Co. of North America,
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue U20-S2-D
WESTERN INSURANCE CO.
NO. 411 WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIM1CK, President.
jvua a. JAvimvn. vice f resident.
fe22-S8-TTS WM. P. HEBBEBT. Secretary, j
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
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 Kos. 5. 7. 9,
16, 22 and 40. This is a large lot ot Kibbons
purchased away below the real value, and
the prices at which they will be SOLD
ABOUT HALF THE ORIGINAL FIG
URES at which they hava been selling,
ranging from 10 cents to 0 cents per yard.
This is a good chance to get the Bibbons
you want for your
HOLIDAY FANCY WORK
and decorations in general. You will find
the goods so displayed that you will have no
trouble to see them.
COMB IK AT ONCE.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH A VENUE.
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillincs from 51 nn. Amalgars, 50cj
silver, 75c; white alloy, SI.
Gold Crowns a specialty.
DR. J. M. McCLAREN.
Corner Smithfleld and Fourth avenue.
Is a relief and sure cure for
the Urinary Orpans, Gravel
and Chronic Catarrh of the
The Swiss Stomach Bitters
are a sure cure for Dyspepsia,
T.lver dnmnlaln!: nnrt ATnrv
Teabe Hake species of Indij-estlon.
Wild Cherry Tome, the most popular prepar
ation for cure of Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis and
Either of the above, SI per bottle. nr6 for $5.
If yonr drucglst does not handle these Roods
write to WM. F. ZOELLER, Sole Mfi.,
oc8-71-TT3 Pittsburg. Pa.
Or the Liquor Habit Positively Cured
by Admlnltlering Dr. Hainet'
It can be elTen in a cap or coffee or tea without
tbe knowledge or the person taking it: 1, abso
lutely harmless, and will eflect a permanent and
Seedy cure, whether tbe patient Is a moderate
Inker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands or
Drunkards nave been made temperate men who
nave taken Golden Specific In their coffee without
tbelr knowledge and to-day believe thev quit
drinking from their own tree win. IT HSVER
KA1LB. The system once Impregnated with the
Specific, it becomes an utter Impossibility for the
liquor appetite to exist. For 6aleby A. J.Kankln,
Btxth andi'enn ave.. Pittsburg; E. Uolden & Co..
63 E. Federal st., Allecbeny. irade supplied by
4eo. A. Kellv Co.. l?lttburc. la. ae&-5S-TTS
D .A.TIE HT S .
J- O. D.LEVIS. Solicitor ot Patents,
Sll Fifth avenne. above Smithfleld. next Leader
office. (No delay.) Established SO years,
B. & B.
Tuesday, November 19.
THREE EXTRA BARGAINS.
46-INCH BLACK CASHMEBES at 65c,
75c and 85c, both jet and blue blacks we
have 40 and 46 inch BLACK CASH
MEEES at 50c that are good values but
no comparison for values or bargains as
these 46-inch goods at 65c, 75c and 85c If
you will examine these wide Black Cash
meres you will find them so much better
bargains than any we or anybody else can
sell you at 50c; that you will buy these
wider and finer and better goods 16-inch
Black Cashmeres at 65c, 75c and 85c
B0GGS & BUHL,
115,117,119.12! Federal st.,Allegheny.
N. B. HOLIDAY
CLOAKS AND FTJBS in large assort
ments newest and best and low prices.
JAS. MNETL & BRO.,
BOILERS, PLATE" AND SHEET-IRON
PATENT SHEET IRON ANNEALING
With an Increased capacity and hydraulic
machinery we are prepared to furnish all work
moor line cheaper and better than by the old
methods. Repairing and general machine
work. Twenty-ninth street and AUegheny Val
lev Railroad. leo-oo-TTS
Do You Know It?
To perfect a cure, you must remove the cause.
WINCHESTER'S HYPOPHOSPHITE OF
LIME AND SODA supplies the system with Oxi
dizable Phosphorus, the deficiency of which Is
tbe proximate eause of Consumption. For
Coughs, Bronchitis, Weak Lungs, Night
Sweats, and all Throat Diseases, It is an un
equaled remedy.. Sold by Druggists. $1 per
bottle. Recommended by physicians. Send
for circular. WINCHESTER & CO., Chemists,
162 William Street, New Yort.
H. H. DURBIN & CO.,
53 FIFTH AVENUE,
Rich Jewelry and Precious Stones.
GOLD MEDAL, PABI3, 1878.
W. BAKER & CO.'S
Is absolutely pure and
it is soluble.
are tued In it preparation. It hts
mora tAan tire timet the ttrmgOt of
Cocoa mixed vith Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is therefore for mora
economical, cutting feu torn ona unf
a cvp. It If delicioui, nourishing,
strengthening, Eaeilt Digested,
and admirably adapted for Invalid!
as veil as for persons in health.
Sold by Grocers everywhere.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
STEAMERS AND EXCURSIONS.
Sailing erery "Wednesday from Philadelphia
and Liverpool Passenger accommodations lor
all classes unsurpassed. Tickets sold to and
from Great Britain and Ireland, Norway, Swe
den, Denmark, etc.
PETER WRIGHT & SONS,
General agents, 307 Walnut sL, Philadelphia.
Fnll information can be bad of J. J. MCCOR
MICK, Fourth avenue -and Smithfleld street.
LOUIS MOESER, 616 Smithfleld street
TTTTHITE STAB Ll E-
FOK QUEEUSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
lioyal and United States Mall Steamers.
Germanic Nov. M,3pmOermanlc, Dec. 13,2pm
llrltannlciov.27,8.30ain Br! tannic, Dec.23, 7.30 am
"Adriatic, Dec 4, 3 pm 'Adriatic J&s.L.
Teutonic, Iecll,7:30amlCelttc. Jan. 8.
from White btar flock, root of Went Tenth st.
Second cabin on these steamers. Saloon rates,
fM and upward. Second cabin. 835 and upward,
according to steamer and location of berth. Ex
cursion tickets on favorable terms. Steerage no.
White btar drafts parable on demand In all the
principal banks throughout Ureat Krltain. 'Ap
ply to JCHN J. 11CCOHMICK, S39andl Smlth
flcld st., 1'lttsbnry, or J. BKliCElSMAl. Gen
eral Agent, 41 Uroadiray, New York. no3M
To Glasgow. Belfast, Dublin
KROM NEW.YORK EVERY THURSDAY.
Cabin passage (33 to ISO. according to location
of stateroom. Excursion f05 to 190.
(steerage to and from Europe at Lowest Bates.
AUSTIN BALDWIN A CO.. General Agents,
S3 Broadway, liowYort.
j. j. Mccormick. Agent.
639 and 401 Smithfiold Si., Pittsburg. Pa.
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From this date, and until 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, Eebounding Hammers, Pistol Grip, Choke Bore and all im,
proTements, at $11 50. Other dealers charge from $18 to $20 for the same gun. The above is
bnt one of the score of special drives we now have to offer you.
KI. SIMiri?, 934 Liberty St, Cor, Smithfleld.
rini ITIrtM W. L. Douglas' name and me price are stamped on the bottom or a
wMU I IUIM Shoes advertised by him before leaving his factory; this protects the
wearers asalnst 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, bat send direct to factory,
and receive by return mail what you want. State kind, bntton, congre5s 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, Brockton, Mass.
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W. L. DOUGLAS S3 AND S2 SHOES J
Ladiestgboes are made in sizes from 1 to 7, including ball sixes, aud 13,
STYLES OF LADIES' SHOES.
"The French Opera," 'The Spanish Arch
weaium Uimmon-Ssne." All made in Button In
h.-ont Lace, on S3 Shoe onlv.
W. L. DOUGLAS S3 GRAIN SHOE
vl bUlrlL and atrietlv wataroroor. is last oul
rproofjis just out.
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H. J. to. M. Lane, Fortv-flfth and Bntler streets. J K, Fronting, 886 Fifth avwe. D.
cJ"i?rt 78 Fifth avenue. E. O. Bperbar. 1898 Carson sweet. la Allegaeay CHy, f Keary Reefer.
108 Federal street, and E. G. Hollman, 73 Bebecca street lU4e-XM
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A very desirable assortment of Hats and
Bonnets, embracing all tbe fashionable de
signs. CHILDREN'S TRIMMED HATS.
Misses' and Children's Trimmed Hats in
choice styles for dress and school wear.
Felt Hats and Bonnets.
Ladies', Misses' and Children's fine felt Hats
and Bonnets, representing all tbe popular
shapes, styles and colorings. ,
Now on sale, a large assortment of Plain and
Fancy Ribbons, in all tbe new colorings for
millinery and dress trimmings.
No Charge for Trimming when Materials
are Purchased at Our Store.
Fleishman k Co.,
CONTINUED ALL THIS WEEK!
OUR GREAT CUT PRICESALE
SILKS, DRESS GOODS,
Ladies 4-bntton Kid Gloves in black, brown
and tan, reduced from 75c to 58c pair.
Ladies' 4-bntton Kid Gloves in black, brown,
tan and slate, at 74c pair.
Ladies' 5-hook Kid Gloves in black, brows,
tan and slate, at 99c 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 $1 49 pair.
Ladies' 8-bntton Alousquetaire Gloves in tan
at 79c pair.
Ladies' Cashmere Gloves at 25c pair.
Ladies' Cashmere Gloves at 39c pair.
Gents' Cloth Gloves, 50o and 69c pair.
Misses' 4-bntton Kid Gloves at 50c pair.
Hisses' 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.
Ladies' Solid Color "Wool Hose 39c, worth 50c.
Ladies' Pine Cashmere Hose 49e, worth 60c
Ladies' "Wool Hose, in all new shades, 49c
Ladies' Black Cashmere Hose, double soles,
58c, worth 75c.
Ladies' "Wool Hose, in extra sizes, 50c.
Children's Black Wool Hose 19c
Boys' Heavy Mixed Wool Hose 24c, worth 35c
Boys' Machine-knit Hose, for school, 25c
Misses' Black French Wool Hose, double
Misses' Pine 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 quality, 39c
Men's Camel Hair Hose, double heels and
Men's Natural Wool Hose 39c, were 45c
Ladies' Lynx Sets, Muff and Stole, worth
$5 50, at 3 99 a set.
Ladies' Lynx Muff and Boa, worth $7 50, at
54 99 a set
Ladies' Opossum "Muff and Stole, worth
$5 50, at 13 99 a set, and a
Ladies' Muff and Stole Black Hair nicely
trimmed, and worth $4, at 52 49 a set.
Also an immense assortment ot Children's
Fun, from 51 50 per set up.
Sixth St, and Penn Ave,
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W. L. DOUGLAS
VPO SHOt GENTLEMEN.
Our claims for this shoe over ill other 3 shoes
It contain, belter material.
It is more stylish, better fitting and durable.
It gives better general satisfaction.
It saves more money for the consumer.
Its great suocess is due to merit.
It cannot be duplicated by any other ntnufae.
It It the best In (he world, and hat a larger da.
mend than any other $3 shoe advertised,
CRflnn will be paid to any person who wfll
UUU prove tbeaborestatementstobenntrue.
Tbe following line ot shoes will be found to be of
the same high standard of excellence.
$5 00 GENUINE HAND-SEWED SHOE.
$4 00 HAND-SEWED WELT SHOE.
S3 50 POLICE AND FARMERS' SHOE.
$2 50 .EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE.
12 25 WORKINGMAN'S SHOE.
J2 00 GOOD.WEAR SHOE.
S2 00 and SI 75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES.
Ail made in congress, nnnon and Iaeek.
Opera," "The American Common-Sense," "The
Also, French Opera In
in the Latest Stylet.
(laced) for Gentlemen, with heavy tap sola
w. l uuuulas, Brocktoa, Miss.
IF THAT COLD
::: STRIKE YOU :::
Don't Blame Anyone But Yourself,
Snappy, "bitter, "biting, dulling
is your time to take advantage
Phenomenally Low Overcoat Prices!
We started ont the season with
hum not in oat advertisements
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iu mu uuiuw iui us uul uac iii luc sluic. Aiiu laiags ake numnung.
with vengeance. TiVe spare extravagant expressions concerning aa
clothing. We don't even aspire to
honey with sweetness, can you?
bandy praises of the following extraordinary Overcoat bargains
Men's Beaver Overcoats, Hue, black or brovm, $5 only.
Men's blue Chinchilla Overcoats, $6 only.
HTf.t.fit llffnp Ciifetrrnafjt nt. fftft nnlll.
Men's Overcoats in Beavers,
ffna fWruyrrnnift tn. ffhinnhtUrut. frtaaim trpt Wfria WWnloa TW12&,
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oeurnes, at gnu omy.
Men's Overcoats in plain and
jvrncrtuafj:nr jsenvcro, xrwn
Men's Overcoats in saclc styles, in Chinchillas, Beavers, Auburni
Meltons, Kerseys, ElyHans, Diagonal Cheviots, etc., at $13 and $1J
Men's magnificent Dress Overcoats, lined with satin oreUkmX
make egual to any merchant tailor
i. Men's Sack Suits, all-wool
I value at $12,
2. Men's Sack Suits, all-wool,
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I uaiMU uuucuj autio uui av gvuu
3. Men's Suits in sack, cutaway
Cheviots or handsome Jttixturcs,
. Men's magnificent Dress
elegant materials, made in an elegant manner and trimmed witfi-thj
WE KNOW OF
PARENTS SAVING MONEY -
-THAN OF INVESTING TT DT OCR-
BOYS' or CHILDREN'S CLOTHIN
Children's Kilt Capa OTercetta, sreej 2J
to 6 yean, $2 SO, $3 asd H-
Children's Cape Overcoats in Scotch
Cheviots and C&ssimeruf, $3, $4 and $5.
Children's Una Dress Overeat at 95, 46
Big Boys' Overcoats as low as 93 60, with,
nice Beavf r Overcoats at ?S and J8. f
Big Boys' Cape Overcoats, $5 to fl&
Big Bovs Double-Breasted Ulster, H,
$5, $6 to $13.
Boys' "Covert" Overcoats, ?S tofHS.
WINTER CAPS ARE NOW IN ORBfEl
Note whatfeUetes carefully. We are selling
Mews French, coney vans at 74c,
Men's French Seal Caps at
Men's genuine Seal
We cannot help noting with amusement that other hat dealers often
a genuine Seal Turban as a wonderful
lowest price. uuAiuwok ua u
Men's Scotch Wool Windsors,
sors, 440 Mens plaid Cassimeres,
. Boys' Flush Caps, with Astrxtchan band, 21c only.
Boys' fine assorted Chinchilla Telescope Caps, 49c,
Children's Velvet Turbans, 49c only.
Thousands of Boys' Folo Caps, 9c up.
. A GREAT SALE OP
FDR LAP ROBES ON THIS WEEK.
Thousands of Horse Blankets at
Magnificent Fur Lap XeibosTusuaUy sold at $5 and $7i
setting at $3 0 and $4 89,
ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
T4f cure vnn iraA in voar name
do) and we'll send you FREE, every
a humorous asd witty publication.
TOUR HAVING AN-
xld weather is right ahead' ofjustand-
of Y" i . ' "
the determination to male things if-
the limits of newspaper notices are
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be embryo humorists and adopt anyV
of talk about 'em. You can't; load
And 'twould be equally
Corkscrews, Cassimeres, at $8 only,
fancy Chinchillas, plain and chechi
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jt ?ctca, ;(; ut jAe uiuy.
work, at $15 and $16 only.
and black mixture, good,,
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fast ground, with gray stripes and
.1tI 11 n.,. nn.n .-., A . $.'.
auiu au utu wnu at fi-n au.x pij, ' '
j'or $iu omy.
and frock styles, choice of Blac
Suits, in all the very latest stvIesTocl
$15 and $18 onlyl
NO BETTER WAY fl
WEEK WE OFFER:
Choice from a grand variety of Kilt SaItS
one-piece, at $2, $3 50 and $3. Two-pieee atj
SZ CO. S3 and H. -
Latest European novelties In Kilt Soils ski
55, 6,?7 and $8.
Thousands of Short-Pant Suits at t)j
.', ana , sna uiousasas more Rift,-'
?o, ?e, , $3, ?y ana ?iu. na in every
will von find these tirlces lows- for i
quality goods than you'd pay- elsewhem teSfl
Thousands of Long-Pant Suits at & S8,
Wand $5, with thousands more' at 36.(96.l
$10, $13, $14 arid $15. It's a pleasure to mj
to sell such ciTe-good-service clothiagjasj
Good AU-Wool Loag-Paat Suits at .
oyc, use, . .a
$1 49, $1 98, $2 39.
Turbans at $9 49, S3 48, S4i
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bargain at 4 50, this being theirj
pi y. vlulc a. uiucacukCj cuj
lined, 44c. Men's Corduroj Wia3
340. Men's blue bcotcn Uaps,f34ea
79e. 89c, 98c, $1 14 to $9.
and address fon a DOStal C&rdl
month, our "Illustrated MojtoJjJ
GRIND BARGAIN Sll
300 ti 400 MA
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