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THE' PITTSBTTEQ DISPATCH, 6A.TTJKDAY, - "NOVEWSERy.ZG; ' U88L
NEFF IS APT GUILTY.
r'Bis SecoDd Trial fiesnlts in a Verdict
of Complete Acquittal.
AH OLD MAff MUEDERS HIS SON.
A Smallpox Epidemic is Scaring a Eural
ALL THE KEWB FBOM HEAEBT TOWKB
rsrrctAi. TTiTr.ntVTO thz sistatch.1
WAsniNGTOK, Pa., Jfovtmber 29.
Judge Mcllvaine at 9:15 this morning be
gan his charge to the jury in the case of
James KeiJ, charged with complicity
a the murder of William McCausland.
He finished at 1030, when the jury
retired. They were out three hours when
the ringine of the bell announced that they
had agreed upon a verdict. After being
polled the foreman announced that the ver
dict was "Hot guilty." The prisoner, who
had sat between bis counsel had become
extremely pale, though he showed no
When the verdict was announced his
countenance changed and a smile, a very
broad one. hoyered Aver his face. He re
ceived the congratulations of many of "those
in the court room who had assembled at the
ringing of the bell. The murder was com
mitted in September 1837,near Carmichaels,
Greene county. Keff was found guilty of
the crime with three others in the Greene
County Courts, but in his case a new trial
was granted, and a change of venue to this
-Tlirco Men Crushed by a Fall of Slate In u.
ItriCIAI, TXLEORAH TO TUB DISPATCH.)
Belu:foijte, November 29. One of the
-'most horrible accidents that has ever oc
curred here happened to-day. About 11
o'clock the news went around that
two men were killed at Morns
limestone quarry. Upon investigation
it was found that the drill gang,
, composed of Frank Gallagher, Joseph
Hayes and James Noon had been buried
under a fall of slate. When taken out it
was found that Hayes' head was cut com
pletely off, his hand nearly so, and many
bones broken. Gallagher was found with
the whole top of his head mashed to a jelly
and legs broken in several places. Death
was instantaneous with both of them.
Noon's head and right leg were cat and
badly bruised in many places.
The quarries belong to A. J. Morris, of
Tyrone. The canse is supposed to be the
recent heavy rains getting in behind the
overhanging slate, and the sudden change
to frosty weather last night loosened U up,
and the men in drilling this morning dis
Frank Gallagher lived at Howard, Pa , is
38 years old, married, and leaves a widow,
four children and a mother aced 90,of whom
he was the sole support. Joseph Hayes
lived at Holt's Hollows, Boggs township,
this county, is 35 years old, married, leaves
a widow and!five children. James Noon,
single, about 26.
HOISTED FIFTEEN FEET BI EIS CHIN.
BOMB OF IHE MINES AT WORK.
Both River Miner nod Operator! Are Con
tent to Remain Idle.
There is not any probability of the differ
ence between the river miners and the
operators being adjusted to any general ex
tent thisxside of spring. The feeling among
the largest operators Is rather in favor of a
continuance of the present inactivity, for
they make the double claim that the mar
Lets will not allow of an increase in the
rate.and that theyhave a three months sup
ply of coal ahead.
Meanwhile there are at least ten mines in
operation, five in the Fourth pool, and five
in the lower, in all of which the increased
rate is being paid. Hunhall Bros, com
menced operation at the beginning of the
week, and are paying the increase. They
have about eight or ten boats to load. A
well-known leader among miners said yester
day that the rivermen could as well afford to
hold out until spring, as to go to work nt 2
per cent and 2 cents. When springy came
the operators would be obliged to yield to
The meeting of miners' delegates to be
held in Knights of Labor. Hall on next
Tuesday is for the purpose of organizing all
the men in the Pittsbure district. The call
has been Issued by the Mansfield L. A. at
the instance of one or two of its leading
Shipments to the lake points has closed,
and the year's trade is'reported to have been
anything but profitable to operators. Be
tween 200,000 and 300,000 tons less of coal
have been sent forward this year tnan last,
a falling off which is explainable partly by
the shortage in the car supply, and partly
owing to the fact that in consequence of the
mildness of last winter, dealers and con
sumers generally had a large stock on hand
mLiah Ia iraa1! nncitian AAmraatllftn 111
. TAB A. F. OF L. AND 8 BOOBS.
(Speeches on the Question by President
Gorapera and Secretary DIcGnlre.
Samuel Gompers, President of the Ameri
can Federation of Labor, and P. J. Mo
Guire, Secretary, addressed a mass meeting
at Wheeling on Thursday night on the
Yesterday Mr. Gompers went on to Rich
mond on a similar mission, and Mr, Mo
Gaire left for Harrisburg where he will
speak on the question to-night.
COKE W0EKEE8 05 STEIKE,
Thonsh Shown to be In the Wrong by Their
The coke workers at J. H. Schoonmaker
Coke Company's Xoungstown works have
struck against working after 4 o'clock. The
agreement specifies that the day's work mast
President Kerfoot of the cokers' organiza
tion sustains the agreement and ordered the
men back to work. They refused, however,
and are out.
year'sbujsinesj commenced in
MUSIC AT OLD CITT HALL.
Then He Lost Strength and Fell to the Bot
tom of the. Sllne.
Wixkesbaere, November 29. Joseph
Werry, aged 27, a miner at the Conyngham
shaft, finished his day's work this evening
and started for home. As he was qearing
, the carriage one of his companions cried
out, "Hurry up, Joe, we have rang the sig
nal for the engineer to hoist." At this he
xan for the carriage, but on reaching the
platform it had already started.
""""J He miscalculated the distance in stepping
on, and the bottom of the cage caught him
under the chin. In this way he was hoisted
about 1$ feet and then dropped. As he fell
backward his head and breast were terribly
crushed against the side of the shaft. He
died in a few moments.
MURDERED HIS SON.
The Frlchtfnl Result of n Quarrel Aboat
rsrZCIAI. TZXrGKAM to tub dibpatcii.i
Fayette City. November 29. On
Wednesday evening Isaac Stimel, aged 74,
and Andrew, his son, aged 27, got into an
altercation about some property. During
the quarrel which ensued the elder man cut
the younger twice with a butcher knife,once
in the thigh and once in the abdomen, the
latter cut almost completely severing the
bowel at one point.
Dr. Gordon, the physician in charge,
sewed up the bowel and returned it, and
dressed the wounds. The young man is
-still living, but the doctor says he will die.
The old man is still at large.
M'sienr Levy Says Be Plays the Cornet
and Miss Undo Will bins;.
H'sieur Jules Levy, the titular dignity of
the concert troupe which appears to-day
and Jto-night at Old City Hall, arrived in
town yesterday en route to Little Washing
ton, where a concert was given last night.
He had read The Dispatch, and he drove
from Union Depot to a hotel, and then sent
for a reporter of this paper, upon he wnom
heaped sundry vials of wrath as follows:
"You baf damage my reputations by rat ar
teecle In which jou say I am re 'erratiqne horn
blower.' It eez ze cornet zat I May, and upon
which I am ze great arteeste.
The reporter assured him that the title
had not been maliciously applied, and was
after all technically correct as any man who
blew a horn need not be surprised at being
styled a hornblower. This appeased the
wrath of "ze great arteeste" and he pro
ceeded to explain the muss which has been
caused by the substitution of Miss Barry for
Bosa Linde (Mrs. Schaarschmidt). He
showed a letter from a Hr. Wright to him,
in which the writer (no pun meant) gave the
cornetist a lively shaking up. Mr. Wright
explained that he was the affianced husband
of Bosa Linde and that M'sieur Levy's
slights of Miss Linde and his insults to her
necessitated a resort to the avenging re
volver. The letter even specified the date
and train upon which Hr. Wright would
arrive and satiate his hot, Southern demand
for gore by the vi et armis act. Whether
serious or not, H'sieur Levy seemed very
much worried, and thought of securing legal
It was arranged that Miss Linde should
sing to-night, although, perhaps, not in her
usual place upon the programme. She will
arrive at 8 o'clock to-night, be whisked to
the Hotel Dnquesnc, and taken to Old City
Hall in time to appear in the second part
of the programme. An ovation is promised
her, with cut flower accompaniments. She
will sing "Oh, Mto Fernando."
- Ilovr She mm Cansbt.
"How She was Caught," a romance of
the instantaneous camera, was written and
the characters photographed by one of the
best known female detectives in this or any
other country. Although thousands of
miles away from here at present, her name
is a household word in every American
family. As a manipulator of the detective
camera she has no equal, and the instan
taneous photographs, published in the New
York Family Story Paper, which appears
on the news stands to-day, carry with them
a conviction which cannot be easily refuted.
They are taken from real life, and the story
of "How she was Caught," told so graph
ically both by the pen and the camera, will
be found to contain facts which every
thoughtful lady will be sure to read and
ever afterward remember.
W THE GALLEY SLAVE, P
S. Bassett, in to-morrow's DIS
PATCH, depiots the awful fate of
the men condemned to work at
the oars in olden times.
Kan-Inge IJcenses Granted Yesterday.
( Hnrt D&ler North Fayette township
1 lirldcet McCaffrey North Fayette township
J William Nelson McKeesport
( Lizzie Mostberger Allegheny
( Michael Veialcnak Benlah Cliff
Mary FsmcUka . Benlah Cliff
J Michael Snpometx Pittsburg
Kebecca Miller Pittsburg
J James Brannon Harrison township
(Anns Call Natrona
C Francis Derry McKeesport
( Clarissa Coles McKeesport
( Gown Mellaiter Pittsburg
I Isabella C. Edgar O'Hara township
C Paul Frank Mansfield
I Maria Sediaezek Mansfield
Adrlen Chavlcux Plttstrarg
I uatniiaa oel rnuonrg
( Samuel Maltland Allegheny
(Annie Young AUezheny
TiEED OF WAITING.
A Cpmplnloant's Departure for Scotland Al
lows Two Prisoners to Escape.
Joseph. Kennedy, who lived on Boquet
street, Oakland, made an information before
Magistrate Hyndman some time ago, charg
ing William and John Meyers with the
larceny of a gold watch. Testerd ay Officer
Wachter succeeded in capturing them.
They were taken before Magistrate Hynd
man and gave 500 bail each for a hearing
-which was to have taken place last night.
The prosecutor failed to appear, as he had
left for Scotland last Saturday. The pris
oners were discharged.
MULLIN LARDNER-At St. Mary of Mer
cy's Church, by Rev. M. Sheedy, on Thursday,
November 28, Maby Muura to Will Lakd-
F0RTI TEAJIPS TEASTIKG.
- Tbey Enjoy TfaanksstvlnB Day by Getting;
Drnnk on Stolen Liquor.
Kobbistowit, Xorember 29. The Nor-
. ristown police made a raid on 40 tramps
v who were enjoying a Thanksgiving debauch
in the abandoned Lowe fnrnace in the lower
'portion of the town. About 30 succeeded in
making their escape by taking to the
Schuylkill and scampering over coal trains.
The captured ones were too drunk to
make their escape, having been overcome
from the effects of several kegs of beer and
as many gallons of rum that they had se
cured during the day. During the morning
they held full sway in the lower section of
tbe town, and in one instance some of the
party entered a private residence and took
all the eatables prepared for dinner.
A CALF LIKE A GOOSE.
It Has a BUI, bat No Eyes, and Is a Carious
Lakcasteb, November 29. A cow be
longing to John K. Brandt, of Milton
Grove, this county, has given birth to a calf
which strongly resembles a goose. Its lees
and its general shape are similar to those of
a goose, it also has a bill.
In other respects it looks like a calf, but
has no eyes. It is a most remarkable ireak
of nature, and there is much speculation as
to the cause of the monstrosity.
A Braueman's Feartal Fate.
rSTECtal. TXLXOBJLK TO Tint DHIMTCn.1
AlrooiTA, November 29. Charles Chol
ler, a brakeman on the middle division of
he Pennsylvania Bailroad, met with a pe
culiar and fearful accident this morning at
Bellwood. In some manner he was struck
, by a car and thrown under the wheels, cut
ting both his arms clear ofi from his
Smallpox Epidemic In Ohio.
ISrKXU. TELEOBJUC TO TBI DISPATCH. 1
TtTFXX, November 29. Smallpox is
spreading at St. Petersburg. One child of
'John Smith died to-day. Three others are
ill with it, and probably several outside
cases. Tbe disease originated from rags
bought at New Washington, where the dis
ease prevailed last year.
Too flinch for Her Patience.
Mrs. Patience Hose, of Washington
street, made an information before Alder
man Richards yesterday charging Sallie
George with committing an Assault and
battery on her, by striking her in the face
with her fist, knocking her down. Sallie
was arrested and committed to jail in de
fault of $300 bail, for a hearing on Monday.
Sir. HIbbard Restlne Easier.
Mrs. George Hibbard, whose romantic
story was published in The Dispatch
yesterday, was resting much easier at St.
Francis' Hospital last night. Little hopes
are entertained by the physicians of her
No Two Ways About It.
We've seen so many imitations of our
method of advertising that we have deter
mined to offer tbe public a bargain for to
day which will once for all prove that we
are the real leaders of low prices. Now let
these imitators of the P. C. C. C. follow, if
they can. We will sell 1,000 overcoats at
$12 to-day, consisting of 5 styles of goods,
200 overcoats of each style. The goods are
chinchillas, kerseys, beavers, castors and'
meltons 512 buys one of them to-day.
They are the greatest bargains ever offered
and other stores sell these overcoats from 20
to $24. P. O. O. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
We have 600 styles of teas, coffees, choco
lates and bouillionsat popular prices; in
single dozens or harlequin sets, popular
162, 154, 166 Federal St., Allegheny.
Jnst Half Price, Ladles,
And no mistake about it Genuine Lester
English seal plush sacques, full length,
chamois-lined pockets, seal ornaments, sold
at all first-class houses for $36, will go to
day at Kaufmanni' for only $17 60.
All ready for the holidays in ladies and
Jos. Hobke & Co.'s
. Penn Avenue stores.
Go to Hamilton's
choicest guitar made,
music store for the
Open till 9 o'clock
BEECHAXV9 Fills cure sick headache.
' Pzaes' boap. the purest and best ever made.
Jnst Half Price, Ladles,
And no mistake about it. Genuine Lester
"Rncliih k1 ninth sacones. fnll lanrrtt.
t chamois-lined pockets, seal ornaments, tnlj
a ll J3.. .1... I.....J..U. tr, MS !fl -
" i oil iiui cii&aa ui'usn ui cxmj, iwiji go 10-
M daratKaufaisnns'for only $17 60.
KM Gloves I Kid Gloves:
All dualities 60a to"2 25. fur ton i,A
lified'kid $1 up, largest variety, at Bomb
Bookkeeping- and penmanship taught
at evening sessions. Duff's College, 49
Filth ave. Tvrhs
Men's silk mufflers.
James H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth ave.
Gas Fires. Gas StoTro, Gns Ranees.
O'KeeteGas Appliance Co.,34 Fifth av.
Ovebcoat day at Kaufmanns' to-day.
Oveecoat day at Kaufmanns to-day.
-The Sanltariars, Green Spring-, O.,
The leading health resort; the richest min
eral spring in America. Steam heat, eleo
trio lights, all kinds of baths, experienced
physician and nurses. A 'desirable place
for invalid,Tnd a pleasant home for the
winter. t Write for pamohlet and winter
ratrs. W. C. Weston, Lcsiec.
f&- BEET HABTE'S latest and
"beet' story, "The 'Chatelaine of
.'Burmfc m&se" will apoear in ta.
KELLEY At New Yorlton Friday, No-,
vember29, 1S89, at 2 E. M., JAMES KEIXET,
aged 36 years.
Funeral from the residence of bis mother,
First street, Pittsburg. Notice of funeral
Denver, CoL, papers please copy.
JIUHL On Thursday. November 28, 18S9, at
1030 P. sl, infant daughter of. Fred and Maggie
Muhl, aged 7 months.
Funeral service at the residence of the
parents. No. 39 Lake street, Allegheny, on
November SO at 2 p. ii. Interment private.
McMAHON On Friday morning at 630.
Annie, daughter of John and Mary McMahon,
aged 3 years 7 months.
Funeral from parents residence, 1008 Liberty
street, on Saturday, at 1030 a. m.
PATTERSON At his residence In Sewlck
Iey, Pa, Robert PAttekson, on Friday, No
vember 29, 1S89, at 4 o'clock A. jr., In the 63th
year of his age.
The funeral services' will be held In the
chapel of the First Presbyterian Chnrcb.Wood
street. Pittsburg, on IIondat. Decembers; at
130 o'clock p.m. Interment private at a later
RUDDICK Thursday, November 28, at 7!
r. M.. MoLUE. Touneest daughter of Charles
B. and Mary Ruddlck, aged 2 years 7 months.
Funeral at 2 P. M. from rear 132 Ridge ave
BCOTT On Thursday, November 28, 1SS9, at
830 p. it, Mart C, wll a of Thomas A Scott.
Funeral services on Saturday, November
30, at 2 P. v., at her late residence, No. 98
Chestnut street, Allegheny. Interment private
at a later hour. 2
BPEAKMAN On Thursday, November 28.
at midnight, Isaac Spearman, aged 49, mem
ber of Mechanic Lodge No. 9, I. O. O. F., and
Haxelwood Lodge No. 130, K. of P.
Funeral services at his late residence. Dike
street, Glenwood. B.4 0.E. R., on Saturday,
the 80th Inst., at 2 o'clock p. if. Friends of the
family requested to attend.
8NEDDEN Friday, November 29, Jacob
H. Snedden. aged 37.
Funeral services at his late residence, Du
quesne, Allegheny connty, Pa, Baturdat,
November SO, at 330 p. K. Interment from
Union depot, Pittsburg, StTNDAY morning.
December 1. on arrival of 10:15 train. Friends
of the family are Invited to attend.
TAYLOR At his residence, -Drum street,
Observatory HIM. Allegheny, Pa.. James TaY
ix)r. at 12 o'clock noon, November 29, IES9, in
the 75th year of his age.
Funeral services will be held at Christ's
Episcopal Church, Union avenue, Allegheny,
Sunday, December 1. at 1:30 p. k. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend.
WICKLJNE On Thursday, November 28,
1SS9, at 9.45 P. M., GEOjtGE WICKLINE, son of
George and Mary Melster Wickllne, aged 4
Funeral from tbe residence of his parents,
199 Beaver avenne, Alleeheny, on Sunday, De
cember 2, at 2 o'clock p. M. Interment private.
Wellsville (O.) and Pueblo (CoL) papers please
ZUTTARILLA On Friday morning, No
vember 29, 1E89. at 930 o'clock, ANQELO AN
TONIO Zuttaiuixa. aged 63 years.
Funeral from his late residence, 79 Virgin
alley, on Sunday at 2 p. m. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend.
0, McCLMTOCK & COS.
The window decorations
are the open signs of the
owner's taste which "he who
runs may read." Their duty
is a double one. They are,
within, what the eye is to a
portrait the all - important
climax of a room's furnish
ment. They are, without, the
only visible indexes to the
world 'of the interior bright
ness and beauty of your home.
We are now showing the
finest and most artistic stock
of Curtains and Drapery ma
terials ever shown in Pitts
burg. It includes the newest
patterns and choicest color
Irish Point. Eenaissance,
French Guipure, Tambour,
Scotch Guipure, Nottingham,
.Madras (in curtains and by the yard;.
Chenille, Linen Velours,
Flax Velours, Tapestries, etc
Art Silks, Silk Reps,
Tapestries, French Art Cretonnes,,
lior ceo. Hangings, cnamoer wails, etc.;
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JKW ABTZKlll flMJU.
GIVEN AWAY FREE TO-DAY
An elegant Picture size 16x20 ia baadsoae white mm. gold fruM,
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Fbiday. Noveaber .
SOME CHRISTMAS BARGAIN
This morning that is so unusual that it will
make a stir. One case PBIESTLY'S
Black Silk Warp Cashmeres
Fifty pieces, 3,000 yards, FANCY
IMPORTED BLACK GOODS!
Values in this lot are 90o to ?1 40 per
yard all go at 65o a yard.
with every purchase to the aoswt of io or upward in our
xouurs blowing Uepartawat.
Our Grand Annual
Thanksgiving Week Sale'4
.. Now On.
B0GGS & BUHL,
115,117,119,121 Federal st.,Allegtieny.
P. 8. To-day's exposition of rare and
antique novelties in Fancy Goods for Christ
mas presents, -at moderate prices, is well
worth your attention.
We complete our opening of
See the choice display of Sterling Derby and
You needn't bother about reading other "ads." All the good news
is right here. We pledge ourselves to sell during this sale all kinds' o -reliable
Clothing, Furaishiag'Goods, Hats and Footwear cheaper by at
least 25 per cent than you can get same quality goods elsewhere.
MEN'S and YOUTH'S OVERCOATS
If you're a judge of goqd clothing you'll see at a glance that the
prices named are low vastly lower than what you'll be able to buy the
same quality goods for in any other store in the city all the other'so
called big sales notwithstanding.
Men's DouMe Breasted IXsters. Pe ,?co - iience
for all who suffer exposure to
wintry blasts, in Chinchillas, For Beavers, Cheviots, extra warm Iia
ings? $7, $8, $io, $12 and $15.
Men's Single Breasted Sack Overcoats. Cnt. s f to J?
a reach the knees, with
a fly front and. velvet collar, in Kerseys, Chinchillas, Fur Beavers and
Wide Wales, $6, $8, 10, $12, $15 and $18.
Men's Short English Box Overcoats.
Men's Cape Overcoats.
So much favored by those
who aspire to soaaT
leadership in the matter of dress, in MeIton3, Kerseys, plain black
Cheviots, Wide Wale Worsteds, with strap seams and patch velvet col
lars, jio, $12, 15, $18 and 20.
A special style much favored by fashion
able dressers, the cane detachable, thus
affording two different garments, in Scotch, American and English:
Tweeds, Cheviots and Cassimeres, 12, $15, $18, $20, 22 and $25. -
Thousands of good wearing and warmth-giving Overcoats at $4, $$ '
and $ 6. Just the garments for workingmen to wear in going to and ;
from their work.
Also Hoyelnes in Art Depar
v with tbe largest line of
THE BLIZZARD IS HERE,
SO ARE WE,
And fully prepared to fight the blixzar
-with a complete StocK of
x Cloaks and Wraps,
Gloves and Mitts,
Silk and Cashmere
We are now ready to display our fall line
Make your choice now and we will, if
desired, retain and deliver purchases at any
time you may wish.
Fleishman & Co.,
JAMES ARCHD3ALD 4 BBO
UVERY AND SALE STABLEs,
117, 119 and 136 Tnird ayenne, two doors below
Smlthneld st, next door to Central Hotel.
Carnages jforumerals,S3. Carriagesforoperag,
parties, c, at tne lowest rates. All new car
riages. Telephone communication, myl-ll-rrs
WESTERN WSVRANCE CO.
" NO. 411 WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIMICK. President.
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vide President
fe23-26-TTS W1L P. HERBERT. Secretary.
i- 0. 1. LK VIS, Bollcltor of Pa'tents,
811 Kit th avenue, above Smlthneld. next Leader
office. (No delay.) Established 20 years.
We baye eyer shown and best values ever
Special Bargains in
We have a small lot of readies' Scarlet Ribbed,
vests H. N. L. S. and one-third cotton, which
we have marked down from 86c TO SOo EACH.
These will not shrink.
Another lot H. N. R. A REDUCED FROM
$1 to 60c These are ribbed and all wool.
Several small lots Ladies' Ribbed Wool Vests,
H. N. L. 8., In colors, reduced from tl SO to SI.
There are sizes In the above lots suitable for
Ladies' Natural Wool Vesta and Drawers,
best ever shown at the prices. 75c and tl EACH,
We have a few more of those Ladles' Merino
Ribbed Vesta H. Ji. L. S., at JL This number
cannot be duplicated this season.
Ladies' Ribbed Balbrlggan Vests H. N. L, &v
at 85c and 60c
Ladies' Brown Mixed Merino Vest and
Drawers. Closing outwhat's left of them at f 1
Ladles' Ribbed Wool Drawers, all sizes In
white and natural.
Ladies' Skirts in great variety of materials
and colors, including Merino, Stockinette in
white and natural. Knit Wool In white, natural,
scarlet, also striped, all prices from SI to $350.
Skirts to suit everyone.
Children's Natural Wool Shirts, Pants and
Drawers at prices that will make these goods
interesting to anyone that wants children's
underwear. Prices range from 40c to 7Dc each,
according to size, which is far below the real
Weaiecloslniront the last of our Ladle'
Ribbed Wool Chemises In white and colors, at
the following reduction: L. N. N. S 2, regular
ricewou, anat. n.ij.ajiou, lormer price
Our Grand Annual
Thanksgiving Week SMl
" C '. -
f i 3ii
Boys' and Children's Overcoats
Children's extra heavy Cassimere Overcoats, x 50, $2 and $2 50.
Children's plaid Cassimere Overcoats, would be considered good valae
at $4. and 5, for $2 50 and; $3 50. Children's double breasted Cape
Overcoats, either plain or' embroidered, $2, $2 50, I3 and $4. Cnil-.
dren's School Overcoats, in all-wool Caasiaeres, ChiachflLfcfc-ChevioU
and Beavers, $2, $3, 4 and $5. Children's aagniaceat-UIs'terr at $5
sold all over the city at fj and Jo
Boys' double breasted Cape Overcoats, stylist
?8. . $
iioys' aouDie Dreastea sacs uvercoats, in piaia t
Kerseys, Meltons and Beavers, $3, $4, $5, $6 and t$.
Boys' double breasted Ulsters, $4, $5, $6. $8 and $i
Boys' single breasted Sack Overcoats, $3, $4, $$ tt
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5 .. .,
7 and $8.
. 8., in silk; cut down from $9 to 0.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH A VENTJE.
H. H. DURBIN & CO.,
63 FIFTH AVENUE, -.
fljeh Jewelry and Precious lionet.
Our Grand Annual
Thanksgiving Week Safe
WINTER GAPS and SHOES.
Wintfir CaPS. Men's French Coney Caps, 74c, 89c, 98c; other dal-
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SIXTH STREET AND PENN AVENUE,
TJEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN 1SCI
ASSETS - . $9J071,6MS5.
Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 84 Fourth: avenue. ia2)42-o
For sale wholesale and retail by
103 Federal Street,
no6-66-w3 Allegheny, Pa.
(THE GREAT ENCLISH REMEDY.)
Care BIX IOUS and
iSct. a Box.
u car 'itii 33Brroaigts.
Seventeenth Auuu.il Xmas Opening
Toys, Dolls, Games, Books
Rich and elegant Holiday Goods; Doulton & Adderly
Vases, Hungarian Vases, Fine Art Pottery,
Real Bronzes, Music Boxes,- etc., etc.
Wednesday, November 27,
AND : BALANCE : OF : THE : WEEK.
Men's French Seal Caps: ti 40. Si q8 and $2 tg the same; identical
caps are being offered in this city at prices ranging from 2 20 to 3.
Men's genuine Seal Turbans, $2 49, 3 48 and $4 39. Men's Seotck
Wool Windsors or Men's Cordnroy Windsors at 44c only. Men's plaid
Cassimeres or Men's bine Scotch Caps at 34c oml. Prices as extraor'
dinarily low for Boys' and Children's Winter Caps of all kinds,
Qfirui Misses' elegant School Shoes, $1. Youths' fine Dresf Shoes, .
ir ie. ftotrs' fine Dress Shoes. t ea Men's Drss Shoes a 5
low as $1 39. Ladies' fine JDongola Button Shoe, $x 48. Ladies' iram
lined Slippers, 60c Men's extra quality Velvet Slippers, fr and St 25.
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v-ui vaiciiiu niniuai . ,'-r.':.
Thanksgiving Week Sale.7
Winter Furnishing Goccfs.
Men's fancy stripe or plain colors Shirts Drawrs, xepdar priet
99c, for 74c only. Men's strictly au-wooi anira at urawers, maaeiot
the best scoured yarn, free from dye, genuine Hygienic wooloods, c j
or Drawers, 49c onlyj the best value in the city. Children.'s,UwJerwear
in all grades of Scarlet, Camel's Hair or Natural Wool at lowest prices.
Boys' Jersey Overshirts, 69c only. Cardigan Jackets, 49CW S each.
Children's Mittens, 7c per pain. Boys' Kid Gloves, plain or fur top, 49c
only. Men's plain or Fur Top Kid Gloves, regular 75c goods, 4fC only.
Men's Nutria Fur Gasntlets, $2 24 to $3 2$. ' Best grade Sateen Um
brellas, with gold cap, 89c only. Men's fancy silk or satin. Teck Scarfs,
24c. Fine quality Flush and Velvet Scarfs, all the new coloring, 49c
A magnificent assortment of Cashmere Mailers, 24c up. Silk Midlers,"
49c, etc. i ,
ANY OF THESE GOODS CAN BE ORDERED BYMATJU
IMPORTANT TO OUR PATRONS:
Goods may be selected, now while stook Is complete, thereby
avoiding: the great Holiday rush. We will bold, and deliver tkea at
any date desired. '
OUR. STORE OPEN THIS ZJlW(x VJHTW
GRAND BARGAIN ST08E,-
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