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P WILLIKG WITNESS
ETolunteers to Prove an Alibi for De
tective Dan Cousjhlin.
.-YEEY CONTRADICTORY EVIDENCE
$ is to ths Color of the Horse Which Carried
Dr. Cronin to
THE SCENE OP TEE BRUTAL MURDER
Cuicago, XoTeniber21. Just as Judge
McConnell was about to enter the court
room this morning he was met at the door
by a man who introduced nimselt as "J. 6.
Martin." Mr. Martin said he had knowl
edge that was of value to one of the defend
ants in the Cronin case Dan Conghlin. He
did not want to be mixed up in' the Cronin
case in any way, he said, and for that reason
had not spoken before.
At this stage of the case, though, his con
science would not let him rest till he had re
lated what he knew. He had acted only in
the interests of justice, he said, and not
knowing just what to do, concluded to see
Judge McConnell. His story was that he
had seen Dan Conghlin between 9 and 10
o'clock on the night of May 4 at the Chicago
avenue police station,
MAY BE IMPORTANT.
Before going on with the proceedings
Judge McConnell called the State's Attorney
and Mr. Forrest to the bench and informed
them what Martin had stated to him. Mar
tin's story, if true, corroborates the testi
mony of Officer McDonald, who swore he
saw "Conghlin enter the Chicago avenue
nation about 9 o'clock that night. Martin
will iirohibly be placed on the witness stand
Patrick Dinan, livery stable keeper and
owner of the lamous white horse, was the
first witness called to-day. He testified that
his horse was in a dime museum in this city,
and had been for three weeks. This, he
said, was the same horse that he had let
Coughlin's friend have on the evening of
Louis Budenbender. of Hoboken, K. J.,
was then called to the witness chair. He
stated that he saw Cronin leave the house
on the fatal night He said: "I saw Dr.
Cronin and another man come from the
house and start to the hnggy. The driver
started for the horse while the doctor started
toward the buggy. There was some man on
the sidewalk, near the honse, who called to
Dr. Cronin and attracted his attention, for
the doctor turned around but still kept Go
ing toward the buggy. Then the driver
went to the horse's head and unhitched the
horse, went to the buggy and got in, and sat
on the west side; then Dr. Cronin got in; he
was talking to this man all the while, so it
seemed to me, but I could not hear any
thing he said from that distance; then they
shifted their seats and this man got in iront
of the doctor, and then they sat dowu and
THE COLOE OF THE HOESE.
The witness also testified that Dr. Cronin
had what appeared to be a small chest or
box which might have contained his instru
ments or medicine. The witness was stand
ing in the door ot the cigar store looking at
the horse for about 15 minutes and saw it
before the men came down and all the inci
dents of their departure.
"What was the color of that horse?"
esked the lawyer.
"It was gray; a speckled gray with dark
legs. The horse which I saw yesterday at
the Dime Mnseum was not the horse that
drove Dr. Cronin away and did not re
semble it. The horse I saw yesterday was a
white horse, but the horse T saw take Dr.
Cronin away on the night of May 4 was a
speckled gray. The legs of the horse that
took Dr. Cronin away were dark, while the
legs of this horse are white. "
The cross-examination of the witness watt
then begun, and te first question asked the
witness, after ascertaining that he left Chi
cago jtiay 22, was wneiner me nnamg ot the
boar of Dr. Cronin had anything to do with
"his departure. The witness said No," and
the counsel for the defense called upon the
Court to protect the witness from such ques
tions. The witness said that he had known
Dr. Cronin by sight for several months. He
could not say who pointed him out to him.
He could cot describe how the man was
dressed who was talking with Dr. Cronin
when he saw him.
SOME MEDICAL TESTIMOJ5T.
Marshal D. Elwell, who took a degree of
Doctor of Medicine at the Rush Medical
College, and who is now Professor of Law
in the Northwestern University at Evans
ton, was the next witness. He said he was
also D 'rector of the Bureau of Meteorology,
and had given lectures on the subject ot
microscopical examinations since 1884. He
was a fellow of the General Microscopical
Society of London and various other so
cieties in this country; To his knowledge
there was, in the present state of science, no
means by which human hair could be cer
tainly distinguished from any other hair,
and there is no jray by which it can be
scientifically ascertained that two given
specimens of hair came from the same head.
The witness also testified that there was no
difference in the structure of the hair of dif
ferent people, and that the microscope was
of no service in the examination of the color
of hair, but that on the other hand it was
misleading. The testimony of this witness
was continued at length, and was of a decid
edly technical character.
As Budenbende, the witness who testified
concerning the horse, was leaving the court
room he was summoned by the State to ap
pear as a witness. Budenbender was very
much confused on cross-examination, and
made some contradictory statements.
AIX THE SAME WAT.
ur. uaroiu hi. Mayer, lecturer on oavsi
ology at Kush Medical College and "ex
County Physician, was the next witness.
His testimony was to the same general effect
as that of Dr. Elwell. He was followed by
Dr. Lester Curtis, a microscopical expert
who has made a special study of hair. He
corroborated the preceding witness as to the
impossibility of distinguishing human hair
from all other hair, or determining that two
specimens of hair have come from the same
There is, he said, no known way of scien
tifically determining that certain fibers taken
from a floor, for instance, mingled with
blood, are fuzz or lnnago from a human
body. At the conclusion of Jiis testimony
the Court adjourned till to-morrow.
PHIL DALY HAPPY.
The New Jersey Supreme Court Hots lie
Was Illeffnlly Convicted of Gambling
The Evidence Acaluat Him
Not Sufficient to Sn-
tain the Chnrcc.
rsrECIAI TELEOnAM TO THE DISFJLTCR.1
Long Beanch, N. J., November 21.
The sequel to the history of a great attempt
at the moral reform of this giddy resort is
found in the records of the New Jersey Su
preme Court, which tribunal has declared
that three men convicted of gambling were
illegally adjudged guilty. These men are
Philip Daly, the proprietor of the gilded
games at the Pennsylvania Club, at West
End; Edward B. Dunham, one of Mr
Daly's tiger keepers, and Thomas Dugan,
believed to have been the proprietor of the
Turf Club, on Lower Broadway.
In the summer of 1886 Wilbur A. Hcisley,
the young Mayor of Long Branch, decided
to wace a war'of extermination upon all the
gamblers, illegal liquor sellers and other
recognized law breakers. Many of the ar
rested gamesters, rather than resort to
tedious and expensive litigation to set aside
the judgments against them, paid their fines
of 5100 each and began again. Deeming
that the accused had been illegally convicted
and fined, Lawyer "W. D. Campbell carried
the cases into the Supreme Court on cer
tiorari. They were argued at the February
Subsequently important papers were lost,
and the cases had Jo be re-argued last June,
so after three years' entanglement in the
law, a decision has been reached that causes
Phil Daly to smile contentedly. Judge
Garrison rendered the decision, to which
there was no dissent, and proceeded to tear
out the fallacies and errors in the convic
tion of three gamesters. The local ordi
nance against gambling houses is set aside,
as are also the convictions before the over
zealous police justice, because of lack of
proper evidence to convict The major part
of the decision treated of the errors in the
trials before the police justice, and dwelt
upon the fact that the justice's returns did
not set forth the evidence upon which the
convictions were made. The certiorari was
sustained in every particular.
FIGHTIMG FOR A CHILD.
Courts Involved In a Troublesome
Question or Jurisdiction.
Chicago, November 21. Some years
aeo Edwin P.Thatcher and wife were di
vorced and their daughter, Hetty, now 13
years of age, was given to Thatcher's mother
to be cared for. A few months ago Hetty's
mother abducted the child, and a law suit
followed before Judge Tuley, of the Circuit
Court The Judge decided that the child
should be putin the care of an eleemosynary
institution until she should be old enough
to choose a guardian.
A few days ago, however, the child was
produced in the Criminal Court before
Judge Anthony on a writ of habeas corpus,
and her father was given possession of her,
and at once took her away, presumably out
of the State.
The matter was brought judicially to
Judge Tuley's notice and he issued a writ
directed against all of the parties to produce
the child in court The hearing came up
to-dav. but the child was not there. Judge
Tuley commented severely on the conrseof
Judge Anthony in bringing about a conflict
of authority in a case in which he has no
power of .review; announced that he would
inflict a fine on the attorney who brought it
before Judge Anthony, and instructed the
Sheriff to arrest Thatcher whenever he could
find him within the court's jurisdiction.
Just the Thing,
Marvin's new Pan-American oyster crack
ers; the most delightful little accessory to an
oyster supper on the market Get them
from your grocer. mttfs
WATTLES & SKEAFER,
Certainly have the largest assortment of
in the city. We have not advanced
our prices, and don't intend to as
long as our present stock lasts (al
though the prices of Diamonds have
advanced from 20 to 33 percent).
You will save money by buying
from us at our
NEW STORE, 37 FIFTH AVE.
B. Sfc B.
Popular and fashionable are the fur capes,
monkey, beaver, astrakhan and Persian,
in all the styles.
Boogs Ss Buhl, Allegheny.
GLASSWOEKERS OS STRIKE.
Fouebkeepale Blowers Holding Out Against
a Redaction In Wages.
ISrECIAX. TELEGKAM TO TUTS DISPATCH.!
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., November 21.
The glassblowers of this city are holding
out afiainst a l eduction in the price for
work and against an increase in the number
ot apprentices. It is stated that the re
duction is 25 per cent, which will make the
blowers earn less than $6 a day, when
previously they earned $7 and ?8. The
company says it has enough stock on hand
lot the season, and there is no need of any
hurry yet. To-day 18 glassblowers arrived
from New Jersey, and they are expected to
go to work on Monday next.
A prominent employe at the glassworks
who is not among the disaffected says that
the blowers here left the glassblowers'
union some time ago and joined the Knights
of Labor, the latter promising to stand by
them by giving them nionev to help them
selves if they held out, but that the promise
has not been fulfilled. This may be the
cause of some of the blowers returning to
their work at reduced rates. It is thought
the works will be started on Monday.
Most Women's Troubles
Are caused by a disordered stomach. The
genuine Carlsbad Sprudel Salt is a positive
remedy for a disordered stomach. Secure
only the genuine.
Oub specialty has always been goods that
are uneqnaled in selection, both as to quan
tity and quality. You can find a full and
complete line, not only during the special
holiday seasons, but "all the year round,"
at Greer's China Store.
Fixe watch repairing. Lowest prices at
Hauch's jewelry store, No. 293 Fifth ave.
TJsbF. &V.'s Pittsburg beer to quiet
your nerves and compose you for sleep.
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
J Grant C. Brettell Pittsburg
( Martha 8. Kamsboitom Pittsburg
J James Lawless Pittsburg
I Kate Mcrighe Pittsburg
f John G. Logan Allegheny
Mamie Luti Allegheny
J Kenton Fleming Elizabeth township
( Kllzabeth WLlteman Elizabeth township
J Kobert McLellan Mansfield
( Georgia Patterson Mansfield
f Albert Dryer Baldwin township
(Alice Link Mifflin township
J Edward Crall .'Westmoreland county
J Mary Wonfcey Westmoreland county
J Alfred Boffcy Penn township
( Ella Byan Penn township
J George C. Ross Allegheny
Mary J. Bull Allegheny
( James W. Payne Pltt6bnrg
Catharine B. Shaw Pittsburg
Robert K. Collins' Pittsburg
I Anna G. Kelly Pittsburg
(Simon Levy Cincinnati, O
( Bertha Uchs Cincinnati, O
(Stanislaus Mahrsewlcz Pittsburg
(Josephine Saladonls Pittsburg
(Kobert Grant Pittsburg
I Ada E. Bevins Pittsburg
('William May Shaler township
Bertha Bealkey.. Shaler township
(Nicholas J. F. Bentzer Wllkinsburg
) Clara J. Metering Pittsburg
( Lessle Boala Pittsburg
( Maggie Remark Pittsburg
( James Leckle Pittsburg
I Lizzie McCalllster Pittsburg
t Katie Mohr Pittsburg
Antonio Nabogny Pittsburg
J Constancya Chnnebecka Pittsburg
(Johnblmon Millvale borough
j Barbara Maner MlllTale borough
( August Oprar Elizabeth
1 Fannie Stewart Goal Valley
Of all the best makes in all tho
Of floor coverings that will please and delight
the eye for lowest possible prices. Longest
1,000 Art Squares
J5 and upward, which make that stock so fall
of eager purchasers.
1,100 Yards Linoleum
GO cents, ranging in styles to suit purchasers.
T, M, JJTMER
Seal Plush Jackets,
Satin lined, book fastens, seal ornaments.
$10. ?12 60, 515, 520, 523.
JOS. HOBKE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue stores.
Otjk goods are, and always have been,
marked in plain figures. Visitors are cor
diallv invited to call and examine and feel
that they are welcome, purchase or not, at
y. x-. ureer s inina oiore, bsz .Penn ave.
Seal Plash English Walking Jackets,
French shoulders, vest fronts, lapels, roll
collars, 20, 523, ?30, 532 and 540.
Jos. Hobite & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Bendy for tbo Holidays.
Make your selections now, while the
stock is complete. By paying small amount
down goods will be laid away until the hol
idays at Hauch's jewelry store, No. 295
Fifth ave. wrs
"Furs" mink and marten shoulder
capes best are in this fur department.
Boggs & Buhl.
xuuswaicu repairing. Xiowest pr
xxauco a jeweiry store, jo. zya aula ave.
BYE REED Tuesday, November 19, 1889,
by Rev. D. 8. JCennedy, Charles C. Bye, of
Wilmington, Del., to Isabel, daughter of j.
W. Reed, of Allegheny, Pa.
RAMSBOTTOM BKETTELL On Thurs
day evening at 8 o'clock, by Rer. Geo. Shaffer,
at the residence of the bride's parents, Mabtua
RAJisnoTTOii to G. C. Brettell.
PARKER CROUCH On Tuesday evening
at 7 o'clock, by Rev. George Hodges, pastor of
Calvary Episcopal Church, Howard Hamp
ton Parker and Miss Ann Francis
Cbotjcit, both of East End, Pittsburg.
SHIDLE McCOMBS-On Thursday, No
vember 21, 18S9, at 8 o'clock P. JL, at the resi
dence of the groom's parents, by Rev. John F.
Patterson. Air. James V. Siiidle to Miss
Coba B. McCombs, both of this city. No
138 Federal and 46 South Diamond
Streets, Allegheny, Pa.
Felt Sole Shoes
B. & B.
Fbidat, November 22.
In this Pur Department nowv
in all the fashionable Furs, Sable,
Seal, Persian, Astrachan, Mink,
Monkey, Beaver. All the desirable
shapes best only at lowest prices.
Come and see them; this won't cost
you anything if you don't buy. Seal
Jackets, the popular lengths,
26 and 30 inches, high or puff shoul
der, coat back, best quality seal
only, at our always popular prices.
SEALSKIN S ACQUES, the best
lengths this season are 34 and 36
inches, 100, ?125, $150 and up to
5250, are the prices here, from the
best makers. The shapes are what
you want in a Seal Sacque, from
small sizes to 46-inch bust measure
in stock, so you see we can fit most
people in Sealskins without wait
ing. Come and see these.
SMALL PUB MTJPPS, BOAS,
COLLARS, in all kinds of quali
ties of popular furs. Children's
Purs, Muffs, Collars and Boas Pur
Bugs for your parlors or sitting
rooms. Fur Robes, 55 to 550. Pur
Gloves and Gauntlets, Pur Top
Gloves for Ladies, Men, Boys and
Girls. Altogether a larger line and
variety of nice to best furs than are
to be found in any other one store.
"We invite you to see them.
BOGGS & BUHL,
115,117,119.121 Federal St., Allegheny,.
Established Fifty-three Tears.
N. B. Large daily arrivals of
Holiday Goods. Many choice and
elegant novelties suitable for gifts
for every one. Come and feast your
eyes. They are here for you to look
at, and buy, if you choose.
In Seal, Astrakhan, JPerslin Lamb, Black
Lynx; Alaska Sable, Monkey, in the latest
French patterns, puff shoulders, roll collars, at
the lowest prices. Bee our Genuine Monkey
Capes, 15-in. long, at J22. Genuine Monkey
Malta at (3 60. Genuine Monkey Collars at H 60.
SEAL SACQUES, WRAPS AND
Genuine Seal London Dyed,
close-Httlng Jacket at 537 for a short time only.
Also Seal Wraps at $100. The finest grade of
Alaska Seal Sacqae, regular length, S200.
Sole Agents for the celebrated Treadwell
Sacques, mahogany dye, warranted 13 years.
Genuine Beat Capes, 15-in. long, puff shoulders,
rolling collars, US.
Dstirotti of being dressed in. the newest and
proper styles and at money-saving prices,
will find no difficulty in selecting from our
uj..i,uuu,;ut ijuo 01 uvercoais, wnica in
cludes Nobby Melton Top Coats, with and
without flannel lining and set-in velvet
collars; elegant black, blue and fancy Chev
iots, trimmed with wide binding and with
or without velvet collars; handsome blue,
brown and fancy Chinchillas; Ulsters in
blue, Oxford grays and light, fancy Chin
chillas; Cape Overcoats in UghKlored
Cheviots, superb silk-lined imported Mel
tons, Chinchillas and Fur Beavers, etc., etc
Mldd!e-Aged and Elderly Gentlemen
"Will also find their wants in Overcoats
abundantly and carefully provided for.
Blain colored Meltons, Chinchillas. Beavers,
Cassimeres. Worsteds, in eood. solid weitrht.
comfortable sizes, durable make and at
OUB TAILOBING DEPARTMENT
shows the largest line of Foreign and Do
mestic Overcoatings, Suitings and Trouser
ings. Garments needed for Thanksgiving
Day should be ordered now. Our work is
unapproachable for its high class qualities
our prices for their lowness. Pit always
HATS are mo ving lively. Newest shapes
in Black and Colors in Stiff Hats all grades
from $1 to $4, and in Soft Hats from 50c
to $4 73.
Tailors, Clofc anil Hatters,
161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny.
Dainty "White "Wool Mitts at 10e,12e,
20c and 25c a pair.
Fine Black. Cashmere Hose (Infants'
sizes only at 25c a pair. This Is the quality
that generally sells at 40opair. Ecmess
ber our price is only 25c a pair.
Infants' Silk Caps for 25eeach. ' '
Infants' Zephyr Caps, 25c each.
Iniants Cashmere Cloaks; 83 50 eaclu,
Zephyr Bootees (hand-knit),.12Jca p&Lv
Fleishman & Co,.
ELEGAiYT SECMD-HMD GillU(ffl8 sSLSSS.
n . riTiii a- - J
AHnA. rl.--'- C-H
Six Seat Boelcawars. Barouches for one horse. Phaetons and Slde-bar Fn-Mo.. Vi,, tuaZl" '
hearses, late styles, nearly as good as new. Tals is without doubt tho finest lino ot secood-haatfJ
.ouiuo.oToiouunujui.uuit,aLu wo wiu seu luem at rocK-Douom prices, xerma aatlsa
tory. Come and see us or write for particulars. T ,
L. GLESEIMKAMP & SON,
Eepository, 313 and 320 Penn ave., city.
Combine every element
keeping the feet -warm.
Don's let whisky get the best of you, but
get the best of whisky. Klein's Silver Age
rye only ?1 SO per full quart
e very wu ere. ask lor it.
Save Monet Buy blankets, comforts,
etc., at Busy Bee Hive. Sixth and Liberty.
A siajokity ol people prefer F. & V.'s
Pilsner beer for family use. 'Phone 1186.
CAES SCAECE IN ST. LOUIS.
Grain Men Wonderlnir now They
ship Corn to the Eaat.
ISFCCIXt. TEirORXM TO Tnz OlSrATCII.l
St. LOUIS. November 2L The local re
ceivers and shippers of grain are very much
exercised over the present scarcity of freight
oars, and still more troubled over the cros
pects for the next two months. The'corn
men, especially, do not know where to turn.
The crop has scarcely begun to move, and
already great difficulty has been experienced
in obtaining cars. Of those entering the
citv a. lanre maioritv are billed thrnnrh f
the East, and for.thc rest there is very sharp
Before December 1 over 1,000,000 bushels
of com will arrive in this city, and during
December and January the receipts will be
far larger than during this month. What
can be done with all this grain is a question
that is puzzling both the erain men and the
railroad freight agents. Never in the his
tory of the city has there been such a rush
of freight to the East
Titb bargain-maker in the dress eoodn di.
partment has some surprises for buyers to
day. Jos. Koene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
For Che Children.
Marvin's Xmas toys and animal cakes are
a constant joy to the little ones. Get them
from your grocer. mxxfs
Beecham's Pills cure sick headache.
Peaks' Soap, the purest ana best eTer made.
Terra Cotta Figures, Worcester Ware,
Candelabrai, Fancy Lamps,
Great bargains at Henry Terheyden's Jew
elry House, 30 Smithfield St. toh
Catarrh in the Head
Originates in scrofulous taint in the Mood.
Henco tbo proper method by which to cure
catarrh, is to purity the blood. Its many dis
agreeable symptoms, and the dancer of devel
ODinginto bronchitis or that terribly fatal dis
ease, consumption, are entirely removed by
Hood's Sarsapanlla, which cures catarrh by
purifying the blood; it also tones up the system
and greatly improves the general health." Try
the "peculiar medicine."
'For 25 years I have been troubled with
catarrh In the bead, indigestion, and general
debility. I never had faith in such medicines
butconclnded to try a bottle of Hood's Sarsal
parilla. It did mo so much good that Icon
tinned its use till I have taken five bottles.
My health has greatlv improved, aud I feel like
a different woman." Mbs. J. B. Adams, 8
Richmond st, Newark, N. J.
"I have used Hood's Sarsaparilla for catarrh
with very satisfactory results. I received more
permanent benefit from it than from any other
remedy I ever tried." M. E. Read, of A. Read
Sold by all druggists, fl: six for Si Prepared
only by C. I. HOOD fc CO., Lowell, Mass.
(00 Doses One Dollar
BUCKLEY On Wednesday, November 20.
1889, at 1 p. at., Arc, widow of the late Charles
Knneral from the residence ot her son, Sam
uel Buckley, 373 Rebecca street Allegheny, on
Satubday ArTEBSOon at 2 o'clock. Friends
of the famllyarc respectfully Invited to attend.
FRIDAY On Thursday, November 21. 1889,
at 2 IS A. M., Bessie, beloved daughter of Win.
J. and Elizabeth F. Friday, aged 7 years 4
months and 3 days.
Funeral will take place from her parents'
residence, 5125 Ellsworth avenue, 8badyside, on
Satubday hobnlno, November 23, at 10
HASLAGE On Thursday morning, No
vember 21, 1880, at 9:20 o'clock, of diphtheria,
Charlie L., son of William C. and Amelia P.
Haslage, nee Qoehrlng, aged 6 years 10 months
and 8 days.
Funeral services Feiday afternoon at 2
o'clock at the family residence. No. 48 Mont
gomery avenue, Allegheny. Friends of the
family are Invitedtoatttnd. Interment private
one hoar later.
LINDSA.Y On Wednesday. November 20, at
11:15 p. jl, James Lindsay, in the 71th year of
Funeral service at his late residence, No. 102
Maple avenue, AUentown, Thirty-first ward, on
Saturday. November 23, at 10 o'clock, a. k.
Interment at a later hour. 2
McWILTJAMS On Wednesday, November
20, 18S9, at 1 p. M.. ANNA M., relict of the late
William G. McWillianis, in the 81th year of
Funeral services at the residence of her son-in-law,
Robert WoodsIde,No.2Q3 Artiley street,
Twenty-first ward, on Saturday mobntno,
November 23, at 9.30 o'clock. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
TORLEY On Wednesdav, November 20
1889, at 705 p. m Bebniiakt torley, aged 61
Funeral from the residence ot his aunt, Mrs.
A. Torley, No. 1917 Carson street, S. S., Fki
rj at AFTEENOON at 2 o'clock. Interment pri
vate. PERKASON On Wednesday. November 20
1ES9, at 3:15 P. M.. John, son of John and Alary
Perkason, aged 3 years, 2 months and 12 days.
Funeral from the parents' residence, 4766
Cypress street, Bloorafleld, on Friday, at 2 p.
n. Friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend. ' a
RICHTER On "Wednesday. November 20,
1889. at 8 45 p. M., Jomr RICHTER, In the 48th
year of his age.
Funeral from his late residence, 23 Penn
avenue, on Friday at 2 p. m. Friends of the
family are respectfully lnritod to attend. 2
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Llm.,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1134 Penn avome. Tele
phone connection. mjlO-eS-stwrsu
show these goods in all the de
partments; in as many styles
as the wants require, whether
intended for iced walks or the
comforts of noma These goods
are proof against cold feet,
neat in appearance and perfect
Now open, full lines of Satin
Quilted Slippers for Toilet use.
Market St, Entrance 430-436.
Braddock House, 916 Braddock Ave.
25 TO 50 PER CENT
FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE
Begins This Week. '
Lfmwtf f JfIV 111
441 WOOD STREET,
THE PITTSBURG- LAMP
Is the best in the market. It is the most
perfect in construction, gives the most light,
burns less oil and yon can buy them Irom
us at lowest prices, as we axe the agents in
Pittsburg for their sale.
DANZIG-EE & CO;,
SIXTH ST. AND PENN AVE.
LONG GARMENTS AT SHORT PRICES!
READY TUESDAY MORNING
Over 30,000 Yards
BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA.
ISO CUPS FOB $L
CHOICEST, PUREST. BEST.
Is the PUREST, BEST " Cleanest
Of all Druggists, but bewtre of Imtlallonj.
JAMES M. FUr.t.ERTOti,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Btbeet.
Moire, Satin, Satin and
Gros Grain and Bro
In all the Fancy Shades, in Nos. 6, 7. 9. 12,
16, 22 and 40. This is a large lot of Ribbons
purchased away below the real value, and
the prices at which they will be SOLD
ABOUT HALF THE OEIQINAL FIG
URES at which they haya been selling,
ranfeing from 10 cents to 60 cents per vard.
This is a good chance to get the Ribbons
you want for your
HOLIDAY FANCY WORK
The preparations for our
coming Holiday Bazaar de
mand more space. To get it
we are holding a sort of auc
tion in our Furniture Annex.
What would insure a ready
sale at auction we have made
the only limit for our nrice
cutting. Pedigree and cost
count for nothmg in this clear
OUR UPSET PRICES
will be marked in plain figures,
and you can take or leave
with, a free choice and without
the haste and embarrassment
of a real auction.
Our surplus must go. The
offering includes Chamber
Furniture, Parlor Furniture,
Dining Room Furniture, Hall
Furniture, Ladies' Writing
iers, Office Chairs, Odd Chairs,
We are now receiving onr Holiday Goods,
beautiful Dinner and Chamber Sets: a com
Diets line of Finer Goods, suitable for trnmta
If you want to save money and who doesn't!
you can do it at
R. P. WALLACE & CO.,
211 WOOD STREET,
Opposite St. Charles Hotel, or
102 and 104 THIRD AVE.
ORCHIDS AND ROSES OF RARE BEAUTY.
A. M. C J. B. MT7MDOCH,
CI n BMITHFlEIiD BT.
JOHN R. &A. MURDOCH,
5 08 Smithfield Street
and decorations in general. You will find
the goods so displayed that yon will have no
trouble to see them.
COME IN AT ONCE.
HORNE & WARD,
33 FIFTH AVENUE.
Jl G, CAMPBELL & SONS'
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 yean,
FROM $4 TO $8.
NewBeefer 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-a
est prices :or quaiiiy oi goous.
Special Sale of Turkish and Damask
120 dozen Turkish Towels at 12c,
120 dozen Turkish Towels at 19c,
75 dozen Turkish Towels at 25:,
worth 60c. '
75 dozen Turkish Towels at 48c, -.
Open until 9 v. u. Saturday-. "
710 Penn avenue, 710.
Between Seventh and Eighth ste.
Seal Plush Jackets, worth 12, now $8 50.
Seal Plush Jackets, worth $1$, now $10 24.
Seal Plush Wraps, worth $16, now $g 00.
Seal Plush Wraps, worth $22, now $14 99.
oeat rxusn oacques, worxa JS25, now 3515 98. ' 4 G
Seal Plush Sacques, worth 35, now $24 99. ' '"
Tailor-made Newmarkets, worth 12, now $; 75. .
Fine Beaver Newmarkets, worth $16, now $10.
150 Fine Tailor-made Stockinette Jackets, formerly solfT
for $j 99 and $8 50, we offer to-day at the uniform price of '
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75 00, in order to close them out.
Nos: 42,44,46,48,50,52 Sixth st 538,540,542 Pmm ngt
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A CLEARANCE SALE IN FACT!
A Positive Reduction in Every
Solid Walnut Bedroom Suits that brought $58, pri
Parlor Suits, solid Walnut or Cherry, that formerly, sbjdfl
for $48 and $58, now selling at $38 and $45. - .' m
Carpets that sold at 75c, 80c and 90c; cut in price togcS
05c and 75c blKlUJLLY ALL WOOL. . 3pg
Lace Curtains that brought $4 50, now selling at7j
per pair. ' ' '.-m
Cornice Pole FREE with every sale of Lace Curtaian
Come and get a Bargain.
CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS.
HOPPER BROS. & CO.,
E : COMPLETE : HOUSE : FURNISH!
9A7 WOOID SIBEBT D(f
0J I BETWEEN THIRD AND FOURTH J.VES. UU I
JUST SIXTY SEGONDS.
41 FIFTH A. VENUE.
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lione adlucted andDald.hr "WILLIAM I,
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THE MERCANTILE AGENCY
R. G. Bun & Co.,
Germania Bank Building 423 Wood street, cor
ner of Diamond, Pittsbunr. Pa.
This establishment supplies all necessary
Information as to the standing; responsibility,
etc., of business men throughout North Amer
ica. It is tho oldest and by far the most com
plete and extensive system ever organized for
the accommodation of Banking and Mercantile
Interests and the General Promotion and Pro
tection of Trade.
to throughout the, North .AiaeriOfta Coattoeat I
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BOLD MEDAL, PARTB, 1878.
W. BAKER & CO.'S
If absolutely pun and
it is soluble.
tit ani la ltl preparation. It hi.
or l&an Cwet timet (Ju ttrtngth of
Cocoa mixtd vith Etrea, Arrowroot
or Sagtr, and Ii therefore for more
economical. txMtng Ut tlum on ccnl
a cup. It fl dellciotu, nonrUhlog,
itrengthenlrig, ElEILT DiaiSTTO,
and admirably adapted for limUd
at well u for pcrnsala healtk.
Sold by Grocers everywhere.
W.BASEE &C0, Dorchester, Hue.
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EDWARDS fc KENNEY, Agents,
OQ Fourth ayenue Pittsburg.
ated Peaches, A:
GEO, K. STEVENSON A CO.,
New Orleans Mo
Dyspepsia Remedy, Beef, Wine
and Iron, Beef, wine Iron and
i:wna. una XjiTP.rim Kttrnqfii,
ilyerP'ills. Liniment, and extra larceatreneth.
enlng plasters. We hays thousands of testi
monials from people who have used the
and all commend them as being the best prep
arations In the market. We guarantee satis
faction In all cases where the directions are
carefully followed. sel8-MWT
Brtwm Manufacturers Supplies
ROBERT DICKEY & CO,
77 WATER ST. AXD 80 VUbW ATKX -J-TeiejihoBe
One minute of yew valuable time UaUwe oak to ophWhk
..... 7;.m..7 . i.lV Wm ... .. ........ .A- A ..- .A .!
yvu ocyoim a wi uxtit juct cu mveren fOG te SW vn oesMtft
dollar you spend, ey buying at our great Closing OutSi,A
We will positively close entirely in December, TMewUli
quire a rush and to this end we have still further redueed
Lamps, comprising Library, Banquet, Tlano, Vase tmd
all other varieties Chandeliers and Mall Lights, Glassware?
Fine Cut, Pressed- and Blown; Queenstoare, Porcelain an&l
China Teai Dinner' and Chamber Sets; Fish, Game and If :
Cream 8ets; Bronzes, Clocks, Gas Fixtures, Cuspaaerem andy
Umbrella Stands. Brie-a-Brae, comprising all the renowned!
Potteries of High Art; Onyx Tables, Wedding and AnniverA
sary Gifts, and an immense stock of Holiday Gifts,
Tiie J. P. Smith Lamp, Glass and China m
935 Pmr AVI.,' BtWM Mtiii Mi TMtk Ms.