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WOES TITTSBUEO-ISPATOH, ATUEDAY, DEOBMBipslT, - -1889.
WO THAW DYNAMITE.
Cartridges Were Pal in a Stove, Caus
ing a Eatal Explosion.
TWO KILLED AKD ONE IKJDRED.
A Disappointed Maiden Takes Nearly an
yfr Wiuc or Arsenic.
ALL TBE HEWS FfiOM KEAEBI TOWKB
rSFKCIXL TXLXOBAU TO THE OISFXTCK.I
Bradfobd, December 6. An explosion
of dynamite mt Howard Junction to-day-killed
G. Mahretla and D. Tattle, Italians,
aged respectively 25 and 28 year, and seri
ously injured G. Margasita, a younjr Hun
garian, aged 18 years. Seventy-five men
are engaged In construction work on the
new Bradford and Jobnsonburg Kailroad.
The three unfortunates -went to a shanty to
tbaw out frozen dynamite cartridges for
blasting purposes. 'While engaged in this
work, a terrible explosion took place, blow
ing the chanty to splinters and throwing the
men quite a distance.
Tattle was killed instantly and 'Mahretta
died in a short time. Both men were ter
ribly maugled, Hahretta's body being ,torn
limb from limb. M&rganita was blown into
the air and etferv stitch of his clothing
stripped from his 'body, nothing but his'
snoes nemg left on bis person, ut is oaaiy
cut and bruised, but will recover.
THB CALIFORNIA CODE,
GDILTI IK THE FIRST DEGREE,
A Verdict of Mnrder Can be Secured at
fgrrcLU. tsugbxii to Tni dispatch.!
Johnstown, December 6. The jury in
the Carter-Mathews murder case rendered a
-verdict of guilty in the firstdegreejthis after
noon. The jury was polled and each juror
responded "guilty in the first degree." A
motion in arrest of judgment and for a new
trial was entered. ChBrles Carter, the con
victed murderer, is 25 years of age. He
came here two vears ago from "Winchester.
Va. The murder was the result of quarrel
mhanl & white eirl named Emtna Dunn, with
whom Carter and John Mathews, both col
ored, were infatuated. ;
On the evening of November I they met
on the street and Carter at once opened fire
on .Mathews. Two bullets took effect in
Mathews' body, causing death in a few
hours. It is said Carter had a brother who
was hanged in Pittsburg a few years ago,
and that he has two brothers still in that
A PAIR OF EASTERB CROOKS
Sentenced to Lobs Terms on the Charge of
,-SrECLU. TSIJEOROC TO TUB DISPATCH.
Beaver Faixs, December 6. Edward
Nelson and Frank Frazer pleaded guilty of
attempted burglary this afternoon, and were
sentenced by Judge 'Wickham. The former
was given three years and nine months, and
the latter three years and ten months in the
" Western Penitentiary. They are the persons
who were arrested at Bochester some week.s
ago while attempting to sell a lot of postage
Upon them were found several revolvers,
knives and extra clothing, evidently stolen.
They were locked up, and the same night
' escaped and attempted to force an entrance
to Butler & Jackson's clothing store, when
thev were captured by Officers Lazarus and
Brooks. Nelson is 19 years old, and claims
to5 from New York City. Frazer is 24
years of age, and gives Boston as his home.
A SEARCHING INVESTIGATION
As to the Cunse of the Day Express Wreck
WrxriAt TW.EOBXU TO TBJt DISPATC1M
Gbeessbueg, December 6. The Penn
sylvania Bailroad Company officials are
making a searching investigation at to the
cause of the accident on the Southwest
Junction on 'Wednesday, when the day ex
press collided with a freight Daniel
"Williams, the operator at the block, has
been indefinitely suspended, and Henry
"Wisethe track boss, who had a number of
menworEing in me ueiguuuruuuu ui uic
switch, and who himself was off duty, has
been temporarily suspended.
The switch that caused the accident is an
automatic one, and it is believed that it did
not go back into its position after the
Southwest passenger train, an hour before,
passed over it
AN ALLEGED lXCENDUEX
A Duel Whh Swent According to the Rales
Pomona, Cal., December C A duel
was fought near this city on Tuesday even
ing in strict accordance with the code. The
affair was kept secret, bnt notwithstanding
the care exercised to keep it from the public
the facts came out. Since October last two
prominent young men from Pomona Harry
Lucas, formerly of Louisiana, and Herbert
Priestly, both aged 19 years have been
rivals for the hand of a young lady of ex
cellent family. They have had frequent
quarrels, and recently came to blows.
Finally Lucas challenged Priestly to fight
with Spanish rapiers. The challenge was
accepted, and the two men met on the ball
Lucas, who is both wiry and quick, and a
practiced fencer, was quickly seen to be the
better of the two. The arrangements were
for three minute bouts. At the end of the
second bout, when Priestly had been cut iu
the breast and head nnd twice in the shoul
der, the seconds became alarmed and stopped
tne fight. Priestly's wounds wero dressed
and he was taken away from town. Lucas
has also disappeared. The seconds are
here and known, but no arrests have been
made. The young men are of good lamihes
and the story of the fight has caused mush
DEATH FROM COAL GAS.
A Small Heating Stove Cnuied tbe Death
of Tiro Women.
Chicago, December 6. This morning
Mrs. Anderson, who lives in a tenement
house at 868 Gross avenue, together with
Mrs. Olina Knudson, heard a strange noise
in the room of the latter, and, supposing
that it was caused by sickness, tried to gam
admittance to her apartments. Finding the
door locked, and, receiving no
answer from within, Mrs. Anderson
called in a neighbor who pried open
the door. Lying on the bed were Mrs.
Knudson and a Miss Mary Lee, a young
lady who has been visiting at the house
from Milwaukee, both in an unconscious
condition. A strong odor of gas permeated
tbe room, which escaped from a small heat
ing stove. All the windows and doors in
the room were tightly closed.
A physician was promptly called but
Miss Lee Bad expired before medical aid
could be given. Mrs. Knudson remfined
in an unconscious condition nntil this
evening, when she also died. The coroner
has held an inquest in both cases, tbe jury
finding a verdict ot accidental asphyxiation
by coal gas escaping from the stove.
AN OCEAN RECORD BROKEN.
Tbe Time From Yokohama to San Francisco
Sak FbancisCO. December 6. The
Pacific Mail Company's new steamer China
arrived from Hong Kong and Yokohama
this morning, making the voyage from the
latter port in 12 davs and 11 hours, thus
beating all trans-Pacific records.
The best time previously made between
Yokohama and San Francisco was 13 days
and 14 hours, and between Yokohama and
Vancouver 13 days and 6 hours.
THB BEAUTIFUL SNOW The
odd conceits of various nationali
ties are given in to-morrow's DIS
PATCH by P. & Bassatt.
Blnrrlnge licenses Granted Yesterday.
(Joseph MIdgely Allegheny
1 Maggie llart Allegheny
Arrested Within a Few Hours Alter the
Commission of the Crlme
rSFECIAI. TX1EOKAM TO THE DISPATCH. 1
Mkadvhvle, December 6. A.W. Sipps,
of Cooperstown, Pa., was arrested here to
. day for burning tbe Harmonsburg Cheese
Factory, near this city. The building,
which was owned by Sipps and was insured
for 325, was fired about 1 o'clock this morn
ing and totally destroyed.
An hour later officers with lanterns were
trailing a fresh bnggy track which led from
this city to the factory and back, and before
daylight Sipps was in jail. The evidence
against him is very strong.
A CASH CARRIER COMPANY
Sella Ont to a New York Rival to Settle a
rsrzciAii telegram to the dispatch, l
Mansfield, O., December S. The
biggest business transaction of the year in
this city was consummated last nicht by the
Barr Cash and Package Carrier Company
of this place, and Sampson Store Service
Company, of 2Tew York. The stock of the
first named company was sold to the New
York concern for 5200,000.
The negotiations have been on for nearly
& year, during which time there has been
some litigation about patents and a damage
suit for $150,000 for libel brought by the
Sampson people, bnt the preliminary steps
of this suit were decided against the Samp
son Company. Samuel Barr. the inventor,
DISAPPOINTED IN L0YE.
X YoMff Buckeye Maiden Ends Her Life
Wlthnn Onnee of Arsenic
rSTXCXAI. TXIfEQSAX TO THE DUrATCIM
Zanesville, 0., December 6. At Ful
tonham, a village a few miles from here,
Hiss Lizzie "Wiseman purchased an ounce
of arsenic, stating to the druggist that she
intended to use it for rats. Sue- stepped
across the street to the home of a relative
and took nearly all of it
When asked what the had been doing the
confessed to having taken it, and was given
an emetic, but her life could not be saved.
She had been disappointed in lovs and the
act was doubtless due to temporary insanity
induced by worry. She was a modest, retir
ingTrirl, and of good family.
Chloroform and Camphor.
It Is (aid that tbe price of chloroform will
; advance 25 per cent on account of tne two
leading makers deciding to quit fighting and
get revenge out of thepublic. The advance on
gum camphor Is bated on the cutting down
of the camphor tress in Japan during the
rebellion In that country 23 years ago. As
the tree grows In Sumatra, Borneo, China
and other parts of the world long continued
high prices may stimulate propagation.
PITTSBUBGr TELEPHONES, how
they are operated and by whom, is
told ia to-morrow's DISPATCH by
UHALFANT On Friday morning at 8.30
o'clock. Captain James Chalfaht, in the 76 th
year of bis age.
Funeral from his late residence. No. G38 Ann
Bttvet, Fourteenth ward. Pittsbnrc. on Sux
sat AFTEBiroox at 2 o'clock. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend.
CUNNINGHAM-On Friday, December 6,
18S9, Bobebt A. CtWNINaiXAM, in bis 83th
Notice ot I aneral In evening papers.
CONNELL On Thursday, December G, 1889.
at 6.30, Mrs. Deborah Oonnell, widow of
Eobcrt J. Connell. deceased, in her 71th year.
Funeral from the residence of 1). Fritz, No.
133UlnS street, city, on Saturday, at 2 p. at,
December 7. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. 2
DEAN-On Friday. December 6, 1889. at 850
A. 1L. Robert B. Dean, aced 88 rears 8
months 23 days.
Funeral services at bis late residence. No. 171
Seventeenth street, Southside, Pittsbure, on
Saturday at 9 a. m. Interment at Believer
ENGEI On Friday, December 6, 1889, at 2
A. v.. Christian E Joel, ased SS years 2
months 7 days.
Funeral on Sunday at 1D p. M. from his
late residence. No. 2021, Josephine street,
(Southside. Services in Bev. larch's Church
at 2 P. if. Friends and members of lit Oliver
Lodge, K.L.OIH. are respectfully Invited to
K3LGALLON Suddenly, on Friday, De
cember 15,1889, at 1 SO A. &, TzBSiE,wif ot
William Hjlgallon, aged 13 jears.
Funeral services at late residence. 152 Indus
try street, 8ustat, December 8, it 1 p. m.
Interment priTate. a
KENWOBTHY On Thursday. December 5
18S9. William Kknwobthy, aged 63 years,
at his residence. Ha Webster avenue.
Funeral on Sunday afternoon, at 2
Western papers please copy. 3
LITTLE On Thursday, December 6, at 10
A. x., Mr. Tdohas a Little, in the 56th year
of bis age.
Fnneral on Saturday, December 7, at 2 p,
jl, from his residence on Beaver street, Se
wickley. Fa. Interment private at a later
MEMZEMEB In Allegheny City, on Fri
day. December 6, at 8 A. M., CnBlSTopn Mkm
zemkr, aced CO years, 4 months and 8 days.
Funeral Sunday. December 8, at 2 pv it,
from the Salem Church of the Evangelical As
sociation, on Franklin street, Allegheny City.
STEELE On Friday evenfcc, December 6.
1889, at his residence, 24 Monterey street, Alle
gheny, at 7 o'clock, Thomas H. Stkexb.
brother of Jdrs. E. P. Roberts.
Notice of fnneral in evening papers.
SCHABFF On Friday, December 6, 1889, at
2 P. jl, Ida Philomina, daughter of George
and Matilda bcharff, aged 9 years, 6 months and
Fnneral from the parents' residence, 193
Spring Garden aTenue. Allegheny, on Sunday,
December 8, at 1p. jr. Friends of the family
are respectfully invited to attend. 2
TONEB In the 76th year of her age, ANN
Toner? at her residence, No. 29 Monterey
Notice uf fnneral In evening papers.
WALSH On Thursday morninc, at7 o'clock.
Miss Maboabet Walsh, in tbe 62d year of
Funeral from the residence of her brother,
Thomas J. Walsh. 68 Grantham street, Smrl
DATAyTEBNOON, at 2 o'clock. Friends and
relatives of the family respectfully Invited to
ZOOG On Thursday, December 6, 1889 at
420P.H., Louis P. ZOoa, lathe 31th year of
Fnneral will take plaee from his late resi
dence, corner ot Bonth Thirty-first and Mc
don: streets, on Sunday, at 9 o'clock a. it.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
JAMES ARCHIBALD A BRO..
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.
117. 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below
omithneld st next door to Central Hotel
Carriages for funerals,?! Carriagesforoperas.
parties, tc, at the lowest rates. All new car
jiages Telephone communication, myl-li-rra
Aiid these have come from
afar, bringing their tribute of
elegance and beauty for merry
Christmas firesides, furs from
forest and jungle, rugs from
Mosque and Bazaar.
Fur Rugs are great favor
ites for Holiday Gifts. We
show an unusual variety, both
"flat mounted" and "full
Tiger, Bear, Wolf, Fox.
An Oriental Rusr is univer
sally accepted as the most
durable, artistic and beautiful
oi floor coverings.
As one cannot have too
many of them, the giver of
one at Christmas is sure of
having done the right thing.
You will find all nationalities
and sizes in bewildering va
riety with us.
N. B. Our unique de
scriptive Holiday Catalogue
of 64 pages with its price list
and classified index of "pres
ents suitable for a lady, gen
tleman, boy and girl" is now
ready to be had on application.
t mew ABTBEnggBrofrw.
33 FIFTH AVENUE 33
most varied as-
Toys, and the
grandest line of
vania. Our lead
ing feature: Popu
lar low prices.
We would sug
c al 1 s, thereby
avoiding the aft
Out Sale of Dry
Goods now go
Sixth St. and Penn Ave.
ALL THE. CHILDREN
Are cordially invited to attend the
fpY M$ oILL
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7.
We do not want to deal too much in gener
alities or use hish-sounding words and
phrases to describe oar stock in its variety
and extent, bnt we shall aim to make a
plain, specific'statement that can be easily
read and understood.
TO-DAY yonr attention is directed to
some things for GENTLEMEN. SMOKING
Fleishman k Co.,
SCOTT'S GREAT DISCOVERY!
What I Can Do With It.
I can enre an ordinary case of ulceration with
one application, bad cases In two or three. Cnre
KQaranteed to be permanent. I revet fail. Cnre
sensitive and painful teeth, with exposed nerves
or pnlpj, without pain. Can save von the trou
ble ot going to the dentist by the month tor
treament. Will not discolor yonr teeth as
other dentists da I invite troublesome cases
where-other dentists have failed. I will care
yon. To be had only at Dr. C. B. Scott's Dental
Offices, 624 Penn ave., opposite Home's.
pEPXESENTEU IN PITTSBOBO IN lSd
Aeszrs . . J9 Jtm, 89831.
Insurance Co. of 2Terth America.
IxiHes adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONE& 84 Fourth avenue. U2M2-D
WESTERN niSVBAJtfCE CO.
NO. 411 WOOD BTItEET.
ALEXANDEB NIMIOK, President
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President
f c22-26-TT WM. P. HBaBEKT. Becretarv.
A remarkably successful seminary for
young ladies and girls. Admirable loca
tion. Elegant new building. Exception
ally strong faculty. Superior equipment
and comprehensive character. Thorough
preparation for the best American colleges
for women, or a complete course. Pupils
last year from thirteen States. For illus
trated catalogues address tbe Principal, Miss
Ada. I. Atzs, B. A., Gambler, O.
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold filllnc from H un. Amalgzn. EOc:
silver, 75c: white alloy, JL
Gold Crowat a specialty,
DR. 3. it McCLAfi&N,
Corner Smlttfleld && Fc-sKh avenue,
KENYOH MILITARY ACADEMY.
A select school for boys. 66th year. Lo
cation of rare beauty and heaithf ulness, on a
hill-top, eleven hundred feet above sea level.
Elegant buildings. Masters all college grad
uates and teachers of tried efficiency. Thor-
ouch preparation for college or bui
Japanesse Quilted Silk, from tS up.
English Cloth Jackets.
Plain Cloth and Matelesse Silk Jackets.
Long Cloth Dressing Gowns.
. A number of very nice styles of NIGHT
And FULL DRESS SHIBTS. These are
all on our front floor basement salesroom,
and can be inspected away from the rush
common on the first floor salesroom.
A very fine line of jSLLK
The proper styles. Also Chest Protectors,
or Front Shields, for evening wear, in Moire
Satin and Plusb.
NECKWEAE in Puffs, Tecks, Bows and
Four-ln-Hands, at 50c,75c, $1 and up to
Linen and Silk, plain White and. Fancy
Borders, with and without Initials.
Japanese Silk Embroidered in the latest
novelties for Gents' evening wear.
For presents for smokers sea our Smokers'
Tables, and the elegant hard wood and silver
For holding 0 and 100 cigars; ranging in
price from ffi to 16 each. Every gentle
man who smokes should have a Eumiditor
for keeping his cigars fresh, livetand moist
LEATHER SHAVING and
For home and traveling purposes.trasging
in price from 70s to US each. Derby and
Meriden Silver Shaving Hugs, Razors and
Strops, Collar and Cuff Boxes. Off-course
we hare lots of
The right styles and the E1GHI PR!
Come in every day.
supervision of health, habits and
manners. Particular attention paid to the
training or-young boys. KemaricaDiegrowtU
during the past four years. Large new gym
nasiom and drill hall. Tot catalogues ad-
HORNE & WARD,
41 FJFTB AVENV1S. &
B. & B.
TmrcssAY. December &
j This Morning
ABLE AT 8:30 O'Clock.
One case 24-inch BLACK
GROS GRAIN SILKS at
80c a yard nothing equal to
this has ever been sold in
Allegheny or Pittsburg.
Six lots RICH BLACK
SILK FAILLE FRAN
CAISES, $1, value $1 25,
and the finer grades at $r 25,
$1 50, $1 60, $1 75 and $2,
that are making additional
customers fof our Silk De
partment. If you want a bar
gain extraordinary in FINE
SILKS come now.
Holiday Goods arrive by
every express and this Expo
sition of rare and choice nov
elties is attractive beyond
the usual offerings.
B0GGS & BUHL,
115,117,119,121 Federal st.Allegheny.
WE INTEND SURPRfSffiG EVERT MT
Who purchases or wha has parebased tot fifix this week! a obs st&.
clothing to the amount of $5sr upward with the gift of a.
LARGE AND HAFTOSOME CHEST OF TOOLS."
(Containing 15 Pieces.)
Parents will kindly Bear in aiadl that this gift o ours is. no-trashys
worthless toy, but a" gift well worth receivings certainly one which will,
be very acceptable to nine boys out of every teat. Parents,, be sure yam
get one for your boys '
P. S. Blankets, Comforts
and Fine Eiderdowns that
will save you money. ;
BUYS AJSTY DAT THIS WEEK
Choice of upward of 2,500 Men's Remarkably Nice Overcoats; and
choice of as many Men's Suits. Overcoats, in either Smootlr or Rough
Faced Goods, and with or without Velvet Collars or Bindings, some
Satin Lined- As good Overcoats as the ones some clothiers are making
a big blow about for $12 and even $ 14- The Suits are in. Frock, and.
Sack Styles, and in medium and heavy weights. They aregenteel dress,,
good business and nice walking Suits- If any "of the other dealers of
this city had such goods, they'd go into ecsfacies-, and at once announce
them as "matchless bargains," and. charge you at least $14. for either
Suits or Overcoats. Our price is $10 only.
ELIXIR OF OPIUM
Is a preparation of the Drag bywhich Its la
jarious effects are removed, while tbe valuable
medicinal -properties are retained. I possesses
all the Bcdative, anodyne, and antispasmodic
powers of Opiam, bnt produces no sickness of
tbe stomach, no vomitinjr, no costive ness. no
headache. In acute nerrons disorder a it is an
invaluable remedy, and is recommendef d by the
E, FERRETT, Agent,
372 Pearl St, New York.
ONE WAY EXCURSIONS,
Pullman tourist slepplng cars from Chicago to
8jm Francisco and the Pacific coast. For the ex
clusive accommodation of purchasers of second
class ticket", the Chicago. Bock Island and
raciuc ivauway are now rnnning excursions in
Pullman tourist sleeping cars (personally con
ducted), every second Thursday, from Chicago
to Oregon and California via Denver.
Every comfort and convenience assured at a
great redaction from regular first-clasj rates.
Address for fall particulars
B. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
Ben. Manager, Gen. Ticket and
flbicaeo. Passenger Agent
WILL BUT ANT DAT THIS w mhk
Choice of Men's Suits of as good quality as yon'll find elsewhere for
15 or more. This very same sum will also buy choice of a fine assort
ment of Overcoats, which nine out of every ten buyers would suppose
were 15 garments, if they didn't see the price 12 marked plainly on.
every Overcoat Any style, including Cape Overcoats and A. rUlsters,
can be found in this superb assortment It means tbe saving of "from $3
to $5 to buy one of these overcoats that is, according to other dealers.
prices. Is there any reason why you. should pay the extra money to
others? Take our advice. Buy one of these, and keep the difference
in your pocket.
Is a relief and sure cnre for
the Urinary Organs. Gravel
and Chronic Catarrh of the
The Swiss Stomach Bitters
are a sure cure for Dyspepsia,
Tilvpr rTnmnlfLlnt finrt nnrv
Trade Mabk species of Indigestion.
Wild Cherry Tonic, the most popular prepar
ation for cnre of Conghs, Colds, Bronchitis and
Either of the above. fl per bottle.' or 6 for to.
If your druegist does not handle these goods
write to TO. F. ZOKLLER, Bole Mf i..
ocS-71-TTS Pittsburg. Pa.
WILL BUY ANT DAT THIS WKmif
Choice of some 1,500 Men's suits that are suitable for either dres3,
business or professional wear. They come in Sacks, Frocks and Cut
aways, and we can fit any man from 34 to 42 inches breast measure. 15
will also secure choice of an elegant gathering of Winter Overcoats in
hundreds of styles, colors and newest shapes actually of as good value
(we guarantee it) as you will get at any other store in this city for J20.
18 ANT 20 !
WILL BUY ANY DAY THIS -WEEK-
Choice of Overcoats or Suits that some dealers have the nerve (we
should say gall) to ask $25 and 28 for. Suits Prince Alberts, three
and four-button Cutaways, Chesterfields, every shape of fine Sacks.
Overcoats in Smooth, Rough or Semi-Rough Goods, that are trimmed in
elegant style. Choice Suits and Overcoats that'll look and feel as if
they were made for you. They're real beauties. If you. can buy 'em
for as little money as we ask, take 'em without a word. They're bar
gains in every sense of ,the word. But there's only one store you can,
get 'em at, and this is Gusky's.
The PrsEsr Meat-Plavobiho Stock
Extract of Meat.
USE IT FOR SOUPS,
Beef Tea, Sauces and Made Dishes.
Genuine only with fac-simileof
Justus von IJebig's
SIGNATURE IN BLUE INK
Sold by storekeepers, grocers and druggists.
LIEBIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT CO., lim
ited. London. aa21-U4-ws
is now admitted by the medical authorities to
be a deficiency or nndue waste of Oxidizable
Phosphorus normally existing in the human
economy. Tho remedv consists in the admin
istration of a preparation of Phosphorus being
at once assimilable and oxidlzablo. WINCHES
TER'S HYPOPHOSPHITES is the 'only prep
aration of Phosphorus which combines these
characteristics in the highest degree. For
Consampiion. Bronchitis, Coughs, Night
SwesU, and Nervous Disesses, it is uncqualed.
Recommended by Physicians. Sold by Drug
gists. SI perbotue. Send for circular.
winujars riL.it uu, ivuemisis,
162 William St.
JONES' MAGIOBOACHTOW i
DEB. Roaches banished by con
tract. Satisfaction guaranteed or
,no pay. 85 bisvehxh AVJi,
Pittsburg. Pa Price Jl per
OTEA9IEKS AND EXCURSIONS.
To Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin
FROM NEW YORK EVERY THURSDAY.
Cabin passajte 3S to S30, according to locatloa
or stateroom. Excursion 65 to 130.
bteerage to and irom Europe Lowert Bates.
AUblUT BALDWIN & CO.. General Agents,
. Urondwsr, Mew Yort
J. j. Mccormick. Agent. ,
639 and 401 Sraithfield St, PlUsbar j. Pa.
"TTTHITB STAB UNE-
rOB QUKENSWWN AND TjIVEKFOOL.
Koyalasu United States Hall Steamers.
"Tentonlc,UtclL7:30iimCeltlc, Jan. 8.
Germanic, Dec. 13,2 pm Kermaule, Jan. 15.
Urltnnlc,Dcc.,7.38am HrltaiiBlc, Jan. 22.
Adriatic. Jan. L (Adriatic, Jan. 59.
from White Star uoct, loot of WestTenthst.
Second cabin on these steamers. Saloon rates,
ISO and npwsrd. Second cabin. S3S and upwarJ.
according tn uteAmer and location of ber:
curalon ticket on faTorable terms. Steenge,
fleld it iltUborr, or J. BKbCK IttMax. Qen
era! Anent, & Broadway, MeirYort. ntCS-p
dree the Rector, JUwatttcx BtJtr, LL.R,
H. H. DURBIN & CO.,
S3 WFTH AViNUE,
Rleh Jewelry ad Prsolons Worm.
Bailing eTery Wednesday from Philadelphia
and UrerpooL Passenger accommodations for
zui daises unsurpassea. xiciteis soiu to ana
from Great Britain and Ireland, Norway, Swe
den, Denmark, etc.
PETER WRIGHT A SONS,
'General agents, 87 Walnut PhUaieifWft.
FnU ifnrmarinn mb ha had of J. J. MccOR.
QSm. fourth avenue and Bmithfleld street. I
JjOUIB MOKBER, 613 HwltHfleM atteafc I
Until Saturday Evening Next We Shall Sell
Little Boys' warm, everyday Overcoats for $2.
Little Boys' good school Overcoats for $2 50.
Little Boys' nice school Overcoats for $3.
Little Boys' pretty school Overcoats for $3 50.
Little Boys' handsome school Overcoats for $4.
Little Boys' elegant dress Overcoats for $5.
Little Boys' knockabout everyday Suits for $2.
$2 50, $3, S3 50 and $4 we are offering choice of Suits for the little
chaps that're not only nice and genteel, but also made of non-dirt show
ing colors. The values are such that if you paid from 50c to $1 50
more money, you wouldn't pay one cent too much.
Little Boys' very stylish dress Suits for $5.
Big Boys' nice school Overcoats for $4.
Big Boys' splendid school Overcoats for $5.
Big Boys' nobby school Overcoats for $6.
Big Boys' elegant dress Overcoats for $7; $8
Equally Great Bargains in Big Boys' Suits.
AND NOW FOR NEWS RELATIVE TO OUR GREAT
As usual, of course, the small fry follow in our wake. No sooner
did they see our Holiday announcement in last Friday's papers thaa
they came out, a couple of days later, with similar ads.. Bnt, and here
lies the "big difference between us and other dealers,
WE HAVE A STOCK COMPLETE IN EVERY PARTICULAR,.
While their gigantic (?) assortments -would be lost, swallowed up, in our
IA1I0TE AND STUPENDOUS STOOL
We have Holiday goods for everybody, rich and poor, young anil
old, male and-female. In order to make it possible for the poorest to
obtain choice of anything in our stock, while yet the assortments are
full and complete, we will, on payment of a small deposit, lay aside any
thing chosen, and the balance can be paid any time between now and
Christmas. Now, don't be backward in coming to at least see our
beautiful goods. We .send goods C. O. D. to any part of the United
States or Canada. ' i
Ready in a few days, the December number of our "Mostratecl'
Monthly." Write for it. Sent free to any address. .
' GRAND BARGAIN SIM,
to 400 Market street