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E$r ' (x THE ' PITTSBXJKG
Manew era at hand
iFBIDAYv NOVEMBER Sf95' 'I8Mi
Qtn the History of the Baptist Church
West of the Alleghenies.
JHPOBTANT MEETIKG AT SHARON,
To be Held Kext Monday, When a Fund
Will le Eaised For
morning. Captain Doyenor occupied the
entire morning and the greater part of the
afternoon in an address lor the defense. He
was ioliovred by M. S. Anderson, of Tonnjs
town, lor the Commonwealth. The court
room was literally jammed all day with at
EEEPIKG TWO" MISSIONARIES AT WOKE
rsrzcxix. txlxosjlx to Tin dispatch.i
Fbaxkioh, November 28. On Monday
an important convention of Baptists of
"Western Pennsylvania will be held at
Sharon, in Mercer county. The most pro
gressive men of the denomination will be
present Unless all signs fail the gathering
will mark an era of advancement in the
religious history of Pennsylvania this
side the mountains. There is a grievance
at the bottom of it, but it is not a grievance
that means an inter-denominational fight.
The Baptist State institutions all have their
headquarters in Philadelphia, and the de
nominational demands nearest to them have
naturally received the most attention until
the people of the "West have come to feel
that the interests of the denomination here
have been neglected.
In the face of this, Bev. Mr. Hall, the
pastor of the Baptist Church at Sharon,
after building up a strong congregation
where a small one had barely existed, has
crowned the achievement by successfully
establishing a collegiate institute where
nearly 130 students are now receiving in;
OPENED THEIK EYES.
RpMntlv a wealthv member of the de
nomination purchased for $10,000 an old
mansion and 12 acres of ground near
Sharon, and donated it to the Institute as
the basis for an endowment. This has
opened the eyes of the Baptists of North
western Pennsylvania to things they may do
for themselves, and the same lesson is
brought home in the vicinity of Pitts
burg bvthe success of the ML Pleasant in
stitute "under Bev. Xeroy Stevens. These
educational institutions are the result of in
dividual work, and leading Baptists have
arrived at the conclusion that organized de
nominational effort can accomplish things
hitherto hardly dreamed of.
The first business of the convention at
Sharon will be to raise funds to employ at
least two missionaries to work among the.
weak churches and plant new ones where
none exist. There is a great field for such
labors at Kittanning; ior instance, there is
no Baptist Church, but it is known that
tnere are at least 40 Baptist fam
ilies, and one of the first
results of the effort flowing from
the Sharon meeting will be to organize them
as a church. It is also on the programme
to discuss the establishment of a Baptist
family weekly and a publishing house at
Pittsburg, and to strengthen the educational
institutions by providing an endowment for
Hon. Charles Miller, ex-Mayor of this
city, is ready to fnrnish a large share of the
necessary cash. He says he will guarantee
the salaries of the missionaries. Bev. Mr.
Chapman, a wealthy retired clergyman of
the East End, Pittsbure, will also furnish a
large part of the sinews of war for whatever
may be decided on. A
THE MOST 1IBEKAI. OF ALL.
Mr. Miller is unexcelled in this section
for liberalty. He is an oil refiner in the
Standard combination and his income is
estimated to be largely in excess of 550,000
a vear. He is the financial backbone ol the
Eraaklin Baptist church and of
the Third ward chapel. He bears
the expense of a night school,
at which nearly 100 young men are receiv
ing a business "education. There is a debt of
4,000 on Hall Institute, and he has as
..mmed the payment of the interest until the
debt is wiped out. He has guaranteed
the payment of sums this year to
various benevolences in excess or
his annual income, and enters
with ardor into the new plans to promote
denominational Growth. His partner, Mr.
Sibley, is not so much heard of, but is
hardly behind him. When' they first
formed a partnership, in the days when they
were much poorer, they agreed that one
tenth of their income should be devoted to
charity and religion. They give much
more than one-tenth now.
Their one dissipation is their stock farm,
where blooded cattle and horses represent a
large investment. They have horseflesh
closely related to Sunol, who lately broke
the tnree-year-old record, and last week they
had the, to them, the exquisite pleasure of
refusing something in excess of $30,000 for
one of their animals.
A BEAE DEFIES HIS PURSUERS.
Too Animal Terrorizes the Peoplo of a
Terr Iarge Section.
POTTSTO-vra-, .November 28. The wildest
excitement and terror prevail among the
citizens of Lower Potts Grove, Limerick
and adjoining townships in Montgomery
county because of the big black bear that Is
still at large and defies all efforts at capture.
People are afraid to send their children to
school and only when well armed do the
men venture out after night for fear of en
countering the animal. Hunting parties
have chased him over the hills and through
den'se thickets and endeavored to kill him
with rifle shots. Several of the balls took
effect, but they were not in a vital part and
only infuriated the beast, who turned on his
pursuers and forced them to turn back. John
F. Betz, the Philadelphia brewer, offers 550
reward fur hU capture and he has several
men in constant search for him.
It is the absorbing topic of discussion iu
this section and many parties front Potts
town have journeyed to the neighborhood ot
Bruin's haunts to get a glimpse of him.
His hiding place is in the vicinity of Pruss
burg, a wild, rocky region with almost im
penetrable clumps of brush and cedar trees
and several subterranean recesses.
AFEAID OF BEING WHIPPED.
A 5-Year-Old Boy Conceals the Accidental
Drowning of n Playmate.
Sceakton, November 28. "Willie
Hughes, aged S years, who disappeared from
home in Capouse "Works last Friday, was
found floating in the Lackawanna river. A
search for his bodv had been instituted
through the acknowledgment of another lit
tle boy named Littlejohn, who stated they
were playing on a blank in the river near
the boy's home and he accidentally fellin
the swift current cansed by the heavy rains
and was borne away before he could call for
help. The Littlejohn boy said nothing of
the occurrence at the time, and, no trace of
the missing child was found until yester
day. Littlejohn's father was awakened during
the night by the sobs of his child, who was
rolling about in bed and talking in his
sleep, calling, ""Willie, come out," "Don't
fall iu," and other similar expressions. The
father awakened the child, and, after quiet
ing him, asked what was troubling him.
The child then told of the Hughes boy's
drowning, where he fell into the river and
said the reason he had not told was because
he feared a whipping.
Boach's ship yard; lias gone out as chief en
gineer ot the Kingston to take her around Cape
Horn for the Paget Bound and Alaska Steam
rns city of Alientown was sued by Andreas
i-iader for damages to his property by overflow
Ine gutters, the water running Into his nonso
and ruining it. He claims that the city is re
sponsible, and a suit for several thousand dol
lars is the result.
Watne Qhttbek, a young son of Richard
Grnber, of North Heidelberg township, was
seriously Injured while at play at school. A
number of pupils were running around the
school bouse, when young Gruber collided with
another boy with such force as to fracture his
While John Klingle, aged 16, of Mahanoy
City, was oiling the machinery of the Bt. Nich
olas coal breaker his foot slipped and he was
drawn in by the rollers. By the time the ma
chinery was stopped tho boy's leg and the lower
part of his body were ground into a pulp. He
died while being conveyed to bis home in an
The Lancaster County Commissioners aston
ished the oldest inhabitants by reducing the
tax rate for the coming year from2jto 2 mills.
They also found that their finances were in
shape to enable them to pay off S00.000 of
county bonds next Bpring, and they resolved to
do so. This will reduce the bonded indebted
ness of the county from $200,000 to $150,000.
Lehigh county is very prolific of old people.
In Western Salisbury township within a radius
of two miles there reside ten persons, all rela
tives, whose combined ace is 782 years. They
are: Paul Keck, 87: Sol Kelnhard. 83; Hoi
Borer. 81: Henrv Hitter. 77: Gabriel Kline. 72:
Mrs. Henry Bitter, 7ti; Mrs. Hlnkle, 80; Mrs.
Solomon Kline, 71.
NEW ADVgRTISBMBaiiy f
Certainly have the largest assortment of
id imo :rsr:D si
In the city. "We have not advanced
our prioes, and don't intend to as
long as our present stock lasts (al
though the prices of Diamonds have
advanced from 20 to 33 per cent).
You will save money by buying
from us at our
NEW STORE, 37 FIFTH AVE.
MILD WEATHER SALE
John Heinly. 70: Sirs. Peter Kline, 75, and Mrs.
Do Not Experiment
With your stomach. Take that only which
has been proven to be purest and best The
genuine imported Carlsbad Sprudel Salt is
admitted by the best physicians in the
world to be the grandest remedy for stom
ach disorders. Be ,sure and secure the
All Ready for the Holidays.
Holiday .goods opened to-day dress goods
cut into pattern lengths for quick business;
general changes to open the season. Begin
your buying to-day. No use putting on.
Bead our -"ad," second page.
Jos. Horhe & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
K0T THE EIGHT MAN.
An Alibi Proven for a Person Arrested as a
rsrzciAx. telegejji to tux dispatch.!
Bellefojtt e, November 28. The man
who was arrested at Vanderbilt last night
for the murder of Clara Pierce was released
this morning, he having proved a satis
factory alibi. The girl had three bullet
holes through her body, and was lying in
the middle of the road. She was good look
ing, 18 years of age, and the daughter of
David Pierce, of Karthaus. The result of
the inquest shows that she had been as
saulted, probably by a tramp who had been
seen following her a short time before.
His description is 5 feet 6 inches tall,
heavy set, smooth red face, wearing light
gray clothes and a dark derby hat. The
murder was committed just this side of
Kartbaus bridge, in Center county. There
are a lanre number of men hunting him.
and should he be captured just now there
would likely be a lynching, as the excite
ment Is intense.
A Beautiful Kins
Makes a nice Christmas present. See the
nice assortment set with diamonds, rubies,
pearls and emeralds, at Hauch's Jewelry
Store, No. 295 Fifth ave. Established 1853.
S oct. parlor organs, $44.
7J oct upright pianos, $160.
Store open all day Thursday and every
sight till 9 P. M.
Echols, McMubbat & Co.,
123 Sandusky st, Allegheny, Pa.
Salt Water Oysters
20 cents per quart Get them at the Fulton
Market, 628 Smithfield st.
John A. Maetdt.
500 Cloth Jackets, $1 50.
Formerly Sold for $4.
Owing to the mild, wet weather we are
obliged to put on prices NOW that we will
have to after the holidays, so they
1,000 KEWMAEKETS, , $6, $8 and $10 1
Double these sums have rolled in for these
goods we are overstocked.
500 PL0SH WRAPS, $10
These, with CHILDBEN'S COATB, are
marked nominal prices. f
COME FOB BARGAINS.
25 TO 50 PER CENT
B. & B.
-Fbtdat. Novesfber 36.
SOME CHRISTMAS BARGAIN
NBW AH t JSSTIi5Sffi?ffi8
Establiab ed Flfty-t&ree Tears.
T, M, LATIMER,
138 Federal and 46 South Diamond
Streets, Allegheny, Pa.
A CONDUCTORS WIDOWS SUIT.
SETEKA1, HEAVI FAILURES
Hnve Csnsed a Feeling of Financial Uneasi
ness nt Wnyncsbnrs;.
rSrECUU. TEiEGEAM TO THE DISPATCH. I
"Waykesbueg, November SS. The re
port of several heavy failures within the
last 24 hours has caused quite a stir in busi
ness circles. Ex-Sheriff D. A. Spragg
made an assignment to his brother, Henry
Spragg. This involved Dr. D. "W. Braden
and "W. T. Ganiz, Cashier of the Farmers
and Drovers National Bank. The entering
V .of judgments began at midnight, and the
Prothouotary has been kept busy and is
likely to be lor some time, as it is rumored
that several other prominent business men
As yet the true status of affairs is not
known, but the liabilities ol those men
tioned above amount to many thousands of
dollars. Some depositors who had money
in the bank hastily withdrew their money,
hut the directors assured the people that
there was uo cause for alarm, as the bank
could promptly pay every dollar of its de
posits. The persons mentioned have been
engaged largely in the cattle business in the
"West, and reverses in that business are said
to have been the cause of their failure. It
is probably the greatest financial crash
Greene county has ever experienced.
She Wnnls Dnmnees for the Loss of Her
Hnsbnnd While on Dnty.
"West Chksteb, November 28. There
is a case now on trial in the Common Pleas
Court ot Chester county which is of interest
to a large portion of the community. It is
the suit brought by Mrs. Catharine Griffith
against the Philadelphia, "Wilmington and
Baltimore Railroad for damages for the
death of her husband, Conductor Abel Grif
fith. Conductor Griffith was killed on the West
Chester and Philadelphia Bailroad by a
collision at Clifton station during the
terrible blizzard of March, 1888. He was
on the engine that was forcing its way
through the drifted snow when it struck a
train that was fast in the drifts. He was so
badly injured that he died in Philadelphia
the next day. Mrs. Griffith names no
amount of datiages in her plea.
See the Fine Watch Display
At Hauch's jewelry store. No. 295 Pifth
avenue. If you want anything in this line
it will pay yon to call and see goods. Small
payment accepted and goods laid away
until holidays. wtsu
Salt Water Oysters
20 cents per quart. Get them at the Fulton
Market, 623 Smithfield st
John A. Maetin.
B. fc B.
They are not low-priced, hut we sell them
10 per cent lower than New York prices
the artistic in stools with chamois and real
calfskin (with the hair on) cushions.
Boggs & Buhl.
Bait Water Oysters
20 cents per quart Get them at the Fulton
timitnneid st. '
JOHK A. HABTXtr.
Market, 628 1
Our advance holiday announcement second
page. J 03. Hosns & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Cash paid for old gold and silver at
Hauch's, No. 295 Fifth avenue. -wrsu
THE S11UATI0N AT LEECHBURG.
A Relief CoramlUeo Appointed to Look
After tbe Homeless Ones.
mnCIAt. TXXKGBAX TO THE D1SP ATCn.!
I.EECHBUKG, November 28. Kev. Paf
fenherger, Dr. R. P. Hunter and Superin
tendent A. Hicks have been appointed as a
relief committee, the object being to assist
sufferers by the fire, who are not able to
build, or fit out themselves for the winter.
Temporary buildings are being erected by
many to tide over till spring." Aside from
some severe colds no one is much worse
bodily, except John Bredin, who received a
severe wound on the head.
Responsible far Any Amount of Bloodshed
In the West Yirclnla DIuuntnlns.
Chaklestoit, "W. "Va., November 28.
A letter from B ram well, Mercer county,
says the shooting affrays 'there among the
coal miners have averaged one a day for
the past week. The letter says: "Two were
shot to-night, one having seven bullets in
him. He is still alive. Some of the others
are dead, and two or three can't live. On
Elkhorn last night W. G. Eobinson was
shot at by Eugene Koberts. The ball struck
a large pocketbook full of papers in bis left
side pocket, just over tbe heart The shock
knocked him down, but he jumped tip and
nrea tnree snots at uaiawin, who ran.
Bobinson thinks one of the shots hit Bald
win." Moonshine whisky is at the bottom of the
trouble, so it is said.
Accidentally Shot While Hnntlne.
rsrxcut. texxgbam to tus dispatch-i
Oil Cur, November 28. A . young man
named "Will Snyder was accidentally shot
and instantly killed to-day while hunting
Poisoned by Eating Cheese.
rSrECIAL TXUEOSJLM TO THE CISrXTCH.1
Tiffin; O.," November 28. Edward and
Minnie Council were fatally poisoned by
eating cheese to-day.
Jonas Fritz, of Emaus, caught a gsllinule
In his garden, washed there by the recent heavy
rains. It is a strange bird for that part ot the
country, and attracts mnch attention.
Mb. ass Mrs. Abraham Puhl, living near
Schwartsville, Montgomery county, are said to
be the oldest married couple in Eastern Penn
sylvania, Uo is in his Dttb year, and his wife is
"William Geekn, formerly a fireman at
CASEY On Wednesday, November 27, 1889,
at 3 P. M.. John, son of Thomas and Mary
Casey, aged 10 years, 1 month and 11 days.
Funeral from the residence of his parents'.
Forward avenue, "Four-mile Run," on Fei
sat, 29th Inst., at 2 o'clock P. M. Friends ot
the family are respectfully invitod to attend. 2
ETJLER November 28, at 6:10 A. jr., JOHN
Edward, yonngest son of George and Emma
Euler, aged 10 months and 21 days.
FuneraLSATDEDAY, November SO, at 2 p. jr.,
from tbe residence of the parents, Tustln
street four doors above Gist street Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to at
tend. HENRY Suddenly, James Henry, aged 68
Fnneral SATUEDAY.November SO, from Flan
nery's undertaking establishment, to St Mary's
Missouri papers please copy.
MARTIN On Thursday. November 28, 1S89.
at 5:30 P. K.. J AMES Ho ward, son of Robert
J. and Mary Martin, aged 8 months 10 days.
Funeral from the residence of parents. No.
4 Seneca street, on Saturday, at 2:30 r. ac
Friends of the family are respectfully Invited
SCpTT On Thursday, November 28, 1889, at
320 P. SL, AlARY u., wue oi j. nomas a. scott.
Funeral services on Saturday, November
SO, at 2 P. K., at her late residence. No. 93
Cbestnnt street, Allegheny. Interment private
at a later hour. 2
BOTT At Homestead, Pa., Wednesday
morning. November 27, 1889. Arabella j.
McCandlsss, wife ot Louis Kott.
Funeral services at Bt James' Church, corner
Sixteenth street and Penn avenue, on Friday,
Novembers?, upon the arrival of the 125 p. M.
train on P., V. & C. R. R. Friends of the fam
ily are respectfully invited to attend. 2
SNOW On Thursday, November 28, at 225
A. M., Huau B., aged 35 years, beloved hus
band of Mary A. Hlnes.
Fnneral from late residence, bead of Twenty
seventh St., S. 8., Saturday, November 30, at
9 A. M. Services at Holy Cross Church.
Friends of tho family are respectfully invited
WARREN OnrWednesday morning, at 1030
o'clock, Robert Warren, aged 65 years.
Funeral from the residence ot his son, T. A.
Warren, 297 Forty-second 6treet on Friday
at 2:30 p. if. Friends "of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. 2
An. article indispensable to
real comfort, has also Its .claim
have exceeded past efforts in
the Men's department You'll
find many new designs. Orig
inalities in leather, plush and
velvets, in all their various
shades, are shown here.
In the Ladies' department
the brilliancy of the rich Party
or Dress Slippers, and the
many modest styles of the
Toilet use, at most moderate
prices, gives everyone an op
portunity to enjoy all the com
forts which they indicate."
Market St,, Entrance 430-436.
Braddock House, 916 Braddock Ave.
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 price
cutting. Pedigree and cost
count for nothing in this clear
OUR UPSET PRICES
will be rnarked 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
Desks, Center Tables,Chiffon
iers, Office Chairs, Odd Chairs,
Black Goods Departmt
This morning that is so unusual that it will
make a stir. One case PEEESTXY'S
Black Silk Warp Cashmeres
At 6O0 a Yard.
' Fifty pieces, 3,000 yards, FAKOT
IMPORTED BLACK GOODS!
Values is this lot ore 1S0o to $140 per
yard all go at 65q a yard.
of Men's, Boys, and.
BOGGS & BUHL,
115,117,119,121 Federal st.Allegheny.
- P. S. To-day's exposition of rare and
antique novelties In Fancy Goods for Christ
mas presents, at moderate prices, is well
worth your attention.
In Seal, Astrakhan, ' Persian Iamb, Black
Lynx; Alaska Sable, Monkey, In tbe latest
French patterns, puff shoulders, roll collars, at
tbe lowest prices. Bee our Genuine .Monkey
Capes, 15-in. long, at t2L Genuine Monkey
Muffs at 13 SOL Genuine Monkey Collars at Jl 50.
.SEAL SACQUES, WRAPS AND
, JACKETS, .
Genuine Seal London Dyed,
dose-fitting Jacket at 197 for a short time only.
Also Seal VYraps atSlOQ. The finest grade ot
Alaska Seal'Sacqae, regular length, $200.
Sole Agents for the celebrated Treadwell
Sacques, mahogany dye, warranted 12 years.
Genuine Seal Capes, 15-ln. long, pun! snoulders,
rolling collars, fii
Children's medium and heavy weight Over-"
cuau, uiu me values wo aia jjiviug enuue
us to a liberal trade, c . .,
In MEN'S OVEECOATS pricer nags k
$3 60, U 60, $5, $6, 58, 510 and upward. At -510,512,
513, 514 and 51B we are offering by , ,
far the- best values in the two titles, 4At
these prices we show reliable all-wool Cassia .
meres. Cheviots Worsteds, Beavers and
Chinchillas in the newest and nobbiest p?.t ,'
terns, and made in appropriate and correct
styles. We also hare a cbmnlete assert.- .,
xnent of Ulsters and Cane Overcoats.t.lTi-
matter how sedate or fastidious your taete,-'?'!
yon win nno your wants accurately aaue -j'4-t
In BOYS' OTEBCOATS, sizes, from Ml
to 18 years, we have a- handsome line-"' Ths'v?
newest patterns in Meltons, Uaa:
Cheviots and Chinchillas made In Cape,'
ulster, or piain siyie. .races $j, $j:h
54 25, 53 5 and up.
In CHILDBEN'S OVEBCOATS, S
from 3 to 10 years, we have the most, cobs
pleta and prettiest line. Hade withjS-B
without capes . in Cheviots, Cassimerei
Chinchillas and- Astrachans, Prices 5X 75,
9tg, ou, f ana np. - -
We are also offering Hg bargains in the'
newest styles of Glen's, Boys indChildrea's
Suits and Hats.
. . ,i!
? Dieeo mpnD 9 inrrM
Taflors, caotMers ana Hattefa
161, 163 Federal St, AllegHeHy,
441 WOOD STREET,
33 FIFTH AVENUE.
Is the best in the market It is the most
periectjn construction, gives tfaemost light,
burns less oil and you can buy them from
ns at lowest prices, as we are the agents in
Pittsburg for their sale.
We complete our opening of
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Urn.,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1134 Penn aveiue. Tele
phone connection. niylO-69-ifWTSu
JAMES M. FULERTO,
UNDERTAKER' AND EMBALMER,
NO. 6SEVKJTTH STBEET.
Iff THE HANDS OP THE JCET.
The Iasanlty Plea of Mnrderer Hopkins Not
a Strong One.
isreciAt. ixLxo&uc to the dispatcii.i
Beiaetonte, November 28. The last
day of the trial of Hopkins opened with
evidence in rebuttal of testimony offered bv
defehsVtb prove insanity. Tbe evidence by
the prosecution is very conclusive, and
breaks down all the testimony of the de
fense. All the witnesses called gave evi
dence that Hopkins was perfectly sane
up to a short time before the murder and
immediately afterward. This afternoon was
devoted to ' arguments and the Judge's
charge. The jury retired this eveninc, but
have not at this writing returned a verdict.
TlieKrffTr'lal Nenrly Orer.
fiSrCClAX. TILTORAJC TO TUB DISPATCn.1
Washes gtos, Pa., November 28. The
. charge of Judge Mcllvaine in the case of
James Neff, charged with complicity in the
murder of William jJMcCausland, will be
t, , given to the jury at 9 o'clock to-morrow
In the ears, sometimes a roaring, buzzing
sound, or snipping like the report of a pistol,
are caused by cjtarrb, that exceedingly dis
agreeable and very common disease. Loss of
smell or bearing also results from catarrh.
Hood's Barsaparilla, the great blood purifier, Is
a peculiarly snccesslul remedy for catarrh,
which it cures by eradicating from the blood
tbe impurity wbicb causes and promotes .this
disease. Try Hood's Sarsaparilla.
"1 used Hood's Sarsaparilla for' catarrh, and
received great relief and benefit from it. Tbe
catarrh was very disagreeable, especially in
tbe winter, causing constant discharge from
my nose, ringing noises in ray ears, and pains
in tho back ol my bead. The effort to clear
my bead in tbe morning by bawklng and spit-
loas sarsaparilla care me
tlnr was Dalnf uL Hoi
relief immediately, while in time I was on.
tirely cured. I am never without the medicine
in my house as I think It Is worth its weight In
gold." Mrs. O. B. Gran, lttS Eighth street,
Jf. W., Washington, D. &.
Sold by all druggists. $1; six for" tC. Prepared
only by O. L HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mast.
100 Desec One, Dollar
ORCHIDS AND ROSES OF PARE BEAUTY.
A. JH. & X B. MTTBDOCH,
Z1 ft SMITHEXEIiD BT.
JOHN R. & A. MURDOCH,
503 Smithfield Street.
pEPBESENTEU IN PITTSBUKa IN ISa
assets . . i9jm,e99;a
Insurance Co. of North America.
Lowes adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
3 ONES. S4 Fourth avenue. ialtMO-D
leitnr nfPatflntll. '
811 Klf th avenue, abova Smithfield. aetVeaJitiT
nracA. (No delay.) Established 30 years, -".-r
See the choice display of Sterling Derby and
Also Novelties in Art Department, together
with the largest line of
We have ever shown and best values ever
Special Bargains In
We have a small lot of Ladies' Scarlet Ribbed
vests H. N. L. S. and one-third cofton. which
we have marked down from S5o TO 50c EACH.
These will not shrink.
Another lot H. N. R. A REDUCED FROM
81 to SOc These are ribbed and all wool.
Several small lots Ladies' Ribbed Wool Vests,
H. N. L. S., in colors, reduced from Jl 60 to It.
There are sizes in tbe above lots suitable for
Ladies' Natural Wool Vests and Drawers,
best ever shown at the prices. 75c and f 1 EACH.
We have a few more of those Ladies' Merino
Ribbed Vests H. 24. L. 8 at SI. This number
cannot be duplicated this season.
Ladies' Ribbed BaiDnggan vests H, N.L. S.,
at85cand60c. - .
Ladies' Brown Mixed Merino Vests and
Drawers. Closing out what's lett of them at $1
Ladles' Ribbed Wool Drawers, all sizes In
'white and natural.
Ladies' Skirts in great variety of materials
aid colors, including Merino, Stockinette in
white and natural. Knit Wool in white, natural,
scarlet, also striped, all prices from Jl to ,$3 60.
Skirts to salt everyone.
Children's Natural Wool Shirts. Pants and
Drapers at prices that will make these- goods
Interesting to anyone that wants children's
underwear. Prices range from 40c to Too each,
according to size, which is far below the real
Wearecloslngout the last of our Ladies'
Ribbed Wool Chemises in white and colors, at
the following reduction: L. N. N. a, S2, regular
price $3 GO. and H. N.L. S.. $260, former price
fl; L. N. N. &, In silk, cut down from $9 to JO,
THE HOLIDAY HURRY
And we are now ready to display
our full line of
THE MERCANTILE AGENCY
E, vft Dun & Co.,
Geraanla Bank Bufldmgi 423 Wood street, cor
ner of Diamond, Pittsburg. Pa.
This establishment supplies all necessary
information as to the standing, responsibility,
etc, of business men throughout North Amer
ica. It is the oldest and by far tbe most com
plete and extensive system ever organized for
the accommodation of Banking and Mercantile
interests and the General Promotion and Pro
tection of Trader .
Debts Collected and Legal Business Attended
to throughout the North American Continent
TVJ TT 'W)r ted Peaches, Ai
.New Orleans Mo
GEO. K. STEVENSON 4 CO
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ViJ.U.C3dUIJLS JL oaxvAiiVT'
HOLIDAY V GOODS!
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Our present display far excels all preview
seasons in this line In size, style and quaPj
iiy, .aji are new, ana prices lower 1
ever. Now is the best time to make
HAND-PAINTED -:- ARTICLES
OP EVERT KIND.
Bnc-a-Brac, Scarfs, Tidies, Cajfciat
iicau jwsB, .oas sets ipiain ana inmnmij
Toilet. Traveling and Manicure Set: Gw,j
wmuu-, juu, xiana&ercuiei, -lie ana jn
ing Cases: New Poeketbooks. Purssi"!
Chatelaine Bags; Mirrors, Photo "riiiifij
vuuu uu, y isiung, oaopping ang Xitwrj
dry Lists, Calendars, Opera GlaMCaMt
xi ew .aprons, iiev rssi, xtev uaHHSM;
New Stamped Linens. New Neckweir
Gloves for Ladies and Men and naateroW
other nice things suitable for Holiday (
Special attention is called to
Our Handkerchief ftqfcyj
For Ladies. Children and Mea, all sgeiaHj
piece; certainly an eacraou Um ttd attl
710 Penn avenue, 710.
Between Seventh and Eighth sta.
Open till 9 P. K. Saturdays,
"First dhoice is always best
choice." Make your selections
NOW, and, by paying a - small
amount onj your purchases, we will
keep themi for you until you want
A splendid variety of DOLLS,
TOYS and GAMES.
Fleishman & Co.;
PTVOIXH GVritfn niKB niVlIirve for City and conn
EtJJliailalx OfivVillJXaUlaT vABAlijLvUaj sortment consists AT
Six Seat Rockaways, BarouchM for one horse. Phaetons and Side-bar BofKiet;
nearses, uus siyies, peariT as gooa as new. imi is witBont auaot ins nnemise or
veuiuies dtbi aauwa in .ir.fcuiuunc ua. wo mil scu tacm rec&lui3anfl. J.I
lory, womo ana see us or write ior particulars. ,
L. GLESENKAMP k, SON,
Repository, 313 and 330 Penn ave. city.
try us. Owa
We are now receiving onr Holiday Goods,
beautiful Dinner and Chamber Bets: a com
plete line of Fancy Goods, suitable for presents.
If yon want to save money and who doesn'tT
you can do it at
R. P. WALLACE & CO.,
211 WOOD STREET,
Opposite St. Charles Hotel, or
102 and 104 THIRD AVE.
J II I I K.T A INS OBAN CE CO.,
XLl X LN -C3- Hartford, Conn.
Assets, January 1, 1687 $,HB,K 6C
EDWARDS 4 KENNEY, Agents,
on Fourth avenue Pittsburg,
ANCHOR REMEDY CGMP'NY,
' 329 JJBERTX STREET.
Ancbor specialties, Catarrh
Remedy, Rheumatic Remedy.
Syspepsia Remedy,. Beef, 'Wine
id' Iron, Beef, Wine Iron and
Cocoa. Cod Liver Oil. SarsanarUla.
ver Pills. Liniment, and extra large strength
ening plasters, we bave thousands of testi
monials from, people wbo bave used tbe
and all commend them as being the best prep
arations in tbe market. We guarantee satis
faction in. all cases where tbe directions are
carefully followed. selS-MWT
Broom Manufacturers Supplies
ROBERT DICKEY k CO.
77 WATER ST. AND 96 FIRST AVE.
Telephone 163. u2&31-XW
HOLIDAY ;: SLIPPERl
EVER SHOWN IN PITTSBURG.
Dealers are cordially invited to call at our Wholesale House, r$
Wood street, and inspect this wonderfully large and elegant selectioi
-r ,., r.,. -. , t ii ee.. . , ' T-
tioiiaay auppers. - .every aesiraDie. enecc in pattern, snaps, coiora
Ournrices' are from 10 to is ofer. cent lower than, same c
J I V1 .- t J - i J 1 - Tt -Jj" ., ""v
onereu ior, wane our siucs. aau assortment is oy au ouus me izrgw
the city. "
We are" headquarters for Holiday Slippers. Can ship goods atc
and fill orders in size's, and any quantity.
W. M. LAJED,
WHOLESALE SHOE HOUi
S15 WOOD STREET.
RETAIL STORES, 406 AND 408 MARKET STtttjH
3D J 1ST Z X C3- ;e :r,'s
SIXTH STREET AkD PENN AVENUE,
HORNE & WARD,
4:1 FIFTS A VENUE.
Seventeenth Annnal Xmas Opening
Toys, Dolls, Games, Books
.XMAS CARDS. v
Rich and elegant Holiday Goods, Doulfon &r Adderly
-Vases, Hungarian Vases, Pine Art Pottery :
Real Bronzes, Music Boxes, etc.? etc.
Wednesday, November 27,
AND' : BALANCE : OF : THE : WEEK. v
PHOTOGRAFHEB.1S SIXTH BTREKI.
A; fine, lam oraron portrait ai M-iutlun I
' before,. ordMisg alaewher-e. .-. "nHntMIt mi. I
fBDuperaozea; rjnuairx iiLU.v.
IMPORTANT TO OUR PATRONS:
Goods may be selected now -while stook is coaap-lets, thereby
avoiding the great Holiday rush. We will hold and.deliTer'tfcea it
any date desired. -t "
ONLY A LITTLE LONGER.
The year wiU seott eame de and then the grim
perttmitif which we have been, and mre sUH,
gains wiU he attm end.
Don't let the time fty wiiheut (etnjm cmUf
these who are net mnch in need ef g
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H1NTD tvumOf 99 J(bw mo te unrawmmR jliuiiijiu,
Hera and Halt Lights ef every descripHen and variety.
ware, f rem the finest eat ie the cemmen grades'.
Forcelain and China, plain, white, and deeerated
ner. Tea and Chamber Sets: Fish. Game and Ice
Sets; Bronzes, deeks, Gas Fixtures, Caspaaeres and Z7i
breUa Stands. Brlc-a-Brae, comprising aH the re.
Fetteriee ef High Art;. Onyx Tastes, Wedding and A
sary". Gifts, and an unlimited stock of Christmas Frest
The J. P.Smith Lamp, Glass and China,
SS5 Pmr Av pctwtew fUmtk and TmHi S.