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PITTSBimG DISPATCH WEDNESDAY,
pf DASHING BLONDE
Arrested on the Charge of Passing a
f Counterfeit $20 Bill.
FIGHTIKG FOR THE EIGHT OF WAY.
The Charter for.the.JJe'ir City of Johnstown
to be Issued.
ILL THE NEWS FROM KEAEBI TOWKS
rsrJCIAL TU.IGRAMTO TBC DlSrATCH.l
CuMBELLAiTD, Md., D tember 17.
CoraTYcls. , a dashing IT-.-ear-old blonde,
of Keyscr, "W. Va., -was arrested in this city
last night on a charge o attempting to
pass a ?LO counterfeit bill. She is the
daughter f a prominent lawyer of Keyser.
She denies the knowledgjof the bill being
a countei.eit, and is prostrated oyer her ar
rest She will be given a hearing to-morrow.
The beat lej.u.1 c un.elia the city has
been employed to defend her.
KAILEOADS AT WAS.
Two Corporations Straecle for a Strip of
urrciAi Tiucaui to tub DisrATcn.1
Zaxesyili.e. December 17. A contest be
tween the Baltimore and Ohio and the Cincin
nati and Muskincam Valley Bail way oeca
Eloned some excitement beret The former pat
a large force of men at work moving part of
their track over closer to tbe track of the lat
ter. The cTound between them at this point is
of disputed ownership, and the Cincinnati and
Muskingum Valley soon bad a force at work
trarinc up the track and throwing it into the
Tbe Baltimore and Ohio forces put the track
down again and ran a train upon it. until an in
junction could be secured restraining the Cin
cinnati and Mnskmrum Vallev road from in
terfering. During the time that the Baltimore
and Ohio had a train on the ctlsputod track
there were one or two attempts of tbe Cincin
nati and Muskingum people to pull the spikes
holding the rails down, but these were met by
the Baltimore and Ohio people, who shoreled
cinders, with which the cars were tilled, down
upon their backs. f
A SEW I0EK HOESE DEALEE
Arrested and Taken to Pennsylvania on a
Charge of Fraud.
tErEClAl. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH-l
CnAMBEESBtJEO, Px December 17.3. H.
Whitson, a well-known and reputed wealthy
horse dealer of New York, was brought here
to-night from that city and placed in jail
on tbe charge of defrauding Washington Mc
N air, a local horse dealer, out of a carload of
horses Talued at S3.TU0.
Whitson was arrested ten days ago upon a
requisition from Goremer Beaver and made a
strong fight before Governor Hill, but the
latter to-day ordered that tbe prisoner be
turned over to tbe Pennsylvania authorities.
JOHXSTOWK AS A CITI.
The Charter for tbe New Mnnlelpallty Will
Soon be Issued.
CSTXCIAI. TZISOKJLX TO TUB DISPATCnl.
Joukstowx, December 17. A telegram from
Harrisburg to-day says that the charter for the
new city of Johnstown will bo issued in a few
days. The new city will consist of 16 wards, 7
of which will be in Johnstown proper. 1 in
Grnbtown, 2 in Conemanph, 1 in Woodvale, 2
in Mill vale and 2 in Cambria.
HOT QUITE A THOUSAND.
The Pine Imposed Upon a Defanlting Ohlof-
EAST Pamstjite, O., December 17. Ex
County and Township Treasurer Abel Lodge,
of New Lisbon, who was indicted for embezzle
ment of borough funds, has been sentenced to
two years in the penitentiary at Columbus and
also to pay a fine of 9U9.99.
respecting? a Railroad Line.
rsrzciAZ. tilkiejlk to th dispatch, t
Maxsfieid, -."December 17. President M.
D. Woodford and other officers and Director
John G. Warwick, accompanied by Bydney
Dillon and other New York capitalists, went
down the Wheeling and Lake Erie road to-day
to inspect tbe extension from tbe Panhandle
to the Ohio river, and also examine tbe vast
coal territory on that end of the line. The
party returns Xo Toledo to-morrow to attend
the annual stockholders' meeting there on
A Bloat Horrible Accident.
rSTECUl TXLIGEAX TO TBI DISPATCH. I
WASHiKQXOJf, Pa, December 17. A hor
rible accident occurred yesterday in Union
township. Wilson MeVay. a young man 20
years -of age, while feeding a chepping ma
chine on bis father's farm, got his fingers
caught between tbe rollers that draw the
fodder to tbe knives. The fingers were drawn
in, and before the power was stopped the arm
nearly to the elbow was chopped off in bits
an inch in length. The youne; man is recover
ing. A BIc Oil Deal Consummated.
Butxeb, December 17. A heavy deal in oil
property was consummated bere to-day, the
Perrm Oil Company purchasing a block of
leases on the Burton, HUnger, Winters, Martin
and Cooper farms on Thorn creek, consisting
ot 850 acres with one drilling and 11 producing
wells, from Thayer fc Crosby, ot Pittsburg.
Tbe consideration has not been definitely
stated, but it is reported to hare been about
A Successful Teachers' Institute.
:epbciax. txxxqkah to thx dispatch.
Fbak klej. Pa., December 17. The Venango
County Teachers' Institute convened in this
city yesterday. There were 27S teachers pres
ent, including a number of prominent teachers
in the country. A course of lectures have been
arranged for each evening. The institute is in
every way a success, and one of the largest ev er
held in this part of the State.
Closed Because of Over Production.
Reading, December 17. The well-known
Joanna Furnace, at Joanna, this county, and
the Jones iron ore mines near by. bare closed
down for the winter. Nearly 1,500 tons of pig
iron are stored at the furnace, and operations
will not be resumed until the orer nroduction is
Four Persona Arrested for Arson.
ISrECIAI. TXXXOBAX TO TlIX DI'PHTC'U.l
New abe, O., December 17. Mike Porter,
Mrs. Porter, Al Cochran and Lucy Mnrpby
were to-day arrested for arson in setting fire to
the Richardson building. The block has been
fired several times before.
Neighborhood News In Brief.
Patrick Hjlnkiqan was fatally scalded by
the bun tine ot the boiler ot a small locomotive
in tbe Cambria yards at Johnstown.
Miss Mabtba Likpsay. of Bedford, and
Robert Brown, of Huntingdon, were married
at the former place yesterday. The wedding
was quite a social event.
"Sxeeteb" Cass, Joe Taylor and "Fatty"
Neal were arrested at Martin's Ferry, Om for
tne ourciaiy 01 Aoams' store at Georgetown,
O., Bunday. The burglars secured about 12,000
the burglary or Adams' store at Goorgeto-
IA, Bunomy. ia ourj
In money and jewelry.
Jaxes Bbowjt, West Middletown, shot, and
it Is thought fatally, wcunded Daniel Brown,
of Canonsburg, the shooting occurring at the
latter place. Both parties are colored. Brown
was lodged in jail in default ot S1.O0O ball,
THX schools of Westmoreland county have
raised and forwarded to Superintendent Hugus
for tbe benefit of the Conemaugh Valley
schools (60S 71, which amoupt will tie sent to
tbe Superintendent of Cambria county at
'a whitb elephant.
Captain Joksstsn Receives m Live Joke
From New Orleans.
The steamer Andes, which arrived yesterday
morning from Cincinnati, brought a curiosity
to this city in the shape of a well-grown alli
gator. It was consigned to Captain John R.
Johnston, who is connected with the firm of
James A. Henderson A Co and was sent to
' him by his friend. Captain Doddler, of New
Jfhe alligator is 5) feet long, and is probably
tbelargestllve one ever ehipped to this city.
It.was-'brougbt'npinatank.lZxlO feet in size,
and is on exbloitlon at Captain Johnston's
office. No. M Water street. It u very voracious,
and consume several pounds of beef dally.
The Captain thinks the joke is rather a serious
idne. .. . .
Oh! The Elegant Piano Received by Cor
tlficate '202, in tbe Everett PInno Club
This member (elects one of the most beau
tiful upright grand pianos ever brought to
the city and only pays ?1 per week. The
price to members of the club is $75 less than
the piano can be sold in the old time way of
buying in email lots. Out clnb system
allows us to contract for 350 pianos at one
purchase. We have enough "members to
bring in the price in cash each week, hence
they get the lowest cash price and have the
privilege of ?1 weeklypayments. Oar store
is full of pianos set aside for Xmas, and we
have added a new wareroom at 21 Federal
L to make room for our "immense stock of
fine grade Pianos. We allow our members
to take their pianos at any time on the same
payments asked. by other dealers, and give
them the price obtained by the club con
tract We will save you ?75 in the price
and give you the finest piano made. But
we do not sell that cheap, shoddy stuff ad
vertised by some dealers. The people know
that we are piano makers by trade, and we
know that such goods would kill our repu
tation. We have a number of odd pianos
such as Weber, Knabe, Decker, Kranach &
Bach, Gaehle, Hallet & Davis and others,
which are in the way. We need the room
they occupy and we will dispose of them at
cost, so come now nd make your selection.
Ton will receive courteous attention, and if
we cannot please you then we will not ex
pect you to buy.
at.t-it, boss Music House.
aiwsu 137 Federal st, Allegheny.
Perfection, Elegance and Reliability.
This trio of words, conveying more than
the ordinary significance, comprises the es
tablished motto at Alellor & Hoene's famous
establishment a house in its line the oldest
in the city of Pittsburg, and unquestionably
unexcelled for liberality and courteous at
tention to patrons. The principals are inde
fatigable in personal attention to visitors,
and perforce of theirwide experience in trade
handle only" such pianos and organs as are
perfect in construction and which conse
quently afford unlimited satisfaction.
Among the pianos will be found the Hard
man, Krakauer, Kimball and Harrington
makes, all of them built on the most
thorough acoustic and artistic principles,
many being absolutely elaborate and ex
quisite in designs of case and finish." In or
gans they make a specialty of the Chase,
Palace, Kimball and Chicago Cottage man
ufactures, which they have in styles and
sizes suitable for churches, lecture rooms,
halls and residences, each make sharing the
highest awards for general excellence. Those
contemplating the purchase of an instru
ment during the holidays will do well to call
at once or send for catalogues and full par
ticulars of easy "payment plan to Messrs.
Mellor & Hoene, at 77 Fifth avenue,and you
will be the recipient of the most courteous
treatment and receive a full line of cata
logues. Holiday Excursion Tickets on the Pennsyl
Pursuant to the usual policy of aiding its
patrons in the interchange of social visits
during the holidays, the Pennsylvania Bail
road Company will, this season, place on
sale at all its ticket offices excursion tickets
to be sold between the various stations on
the system at the rate of two cents per mile
in each direction.
The holiday excursion tickets will be sold
from December 21, 1889, to January 1, 1890.
inclusive, valid for return until January 4,
This arrangement, however, does not apply
to the sale of excursion tickets between Hew
York and Philadelphia, but does apply be
tween Baltimore and Washington in either
Have Yoa Purchased a Piano T
If not it will be to your interest to visit
our warerooms. Why? Because, we sell
first-class goods only. We have an immense
stock. Our prices are reasonable and our
terms within the reach of all. We sell the
great Kranich & Bach, a piano which posi-
I lively nas no superior, xne oiuiiz ce .Bauer
1 and Jas. M. Starr merit your attention as
fine pianos at moderate prices. The elegant
Miller & Packard 'organs will surely please
you. Come and see , us. We will take
pleasure in showing you our goods, whether
you buy or not Store open evenings.
JjEClLNEE 63 SCHOENDEBGEK,
09 Fifth avenue.
Slake Children Happy.
Just the thing for the little ones Mar
vin's Christmas toys and animal cakes,
made especially to please childish hearts at
Christmas time. Grocers keep them, d
A large assortment at prices never heard
Well made and durable.
Jos. Eichbatx & Co.,
48 Fifth avenue.
Those desiring to present friends with a
rare quality of wines or liquors have only
to call on Max Klein or write for his cata
logue, and the most complete satisfaction
will be the result mwp
Coats, Wraps and Jackets
For holiday gifts.
Kxable & Shtjsteb, 35 Fifth &ve.
One hundred different styles of bedroom
suits at all prices. M. Selbeet 8c Co.,
Anothee lot of those fine glass mounted
panel pictures, at very low prices,
Habbison's Tor Stobe,
MWP 123 Federal st, Allegheny.
Ale and porter are the correct drinks for
December, January and February. Frauen
heim & Vilsack's 'brews are the favorites
See our window of surah silks, only 35
cts. a yard.
Knable & SHtrSTER, 35 Fifth ave.
Z. Waetweight & Co.'s ale and porter
are unquestionably the most popular winter
drinks. Kept by the leading dealers, wsu
Knable & Bhusteb, S5 Fifth ave.
Cash paid for old gold and
Hauch's, No. 295 Fifth avenue.
35 cts. a yard, surah silks in all shades.
Knablk & Shtjsteb, 35 Fifth ave.
"I was cured of one of tbe worst cases ot ma
laria fever by Hood's Sarsaparilla, and what
this medicine did for me, it will do for others.
I was taken with the disease inlESS. I consulted
tbe best doctors, but without any apparent
benent, and had-to resign my situation as agent
and operator for the Missouri Pacific Railroad.
I had lost 68 pounds and spent orer $300. At last
I accidentally met a traveller-for C.L Hood A
Co., who advised me to try' Hood's Sarsapar
11a. I bought six bottles for IS and after using
two 1 thought I was no better. But I deter
mined to nse up what Sarsaparilla Ibad: before
the third bottle was gone I, began to feel better
and continued to men till I took II bottles,
when I more than gained my usual health and
weight. I soon obtained another situation, and
consider myself a well man." J. M. Millkb,
Agent Wabash A Pacific Railway, Lodge, 111.
N. B. If you decide to take Hood's Sarsapa
rilla do not be induced to bay any other.
Sold by all druegists. 81; six for & Prepared
only by a X HOOD t CO., Lowell, Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar
v Smoker's Heart.
Dr. Flint's remedy wards oS death from
those who have developed a "smoker's
heart" through' tbs use of tobacco, rendering
that organ liable to rupture at any time. De
scriptive treatise with each bottle; or address
Mack Drug Co., N. Y. mwf
Harrlase Licenses Granted Yesterday.
C Wm. D.
I Carrie al.
.n "Rvndhoren... Allcrhenv
l Elsie Lledner Allegheny
J Henry Honker ...... Pittsburg
f Maude Schaltte. flttiburs;
(Mary A. Grub
II. II. Loxsn Bethel towpthlp
t Mary K. Murray Bethel township
5 Albert Teenary. Collier township
J Laura Liggett Collier township
(J. O. Moan New York
I Agnes 8. Kelhl., Cambria county
J K&lph P. Gould Allegheny
I Mary J. Davis Pittsburg
Julius F. Btyaert Pittsburg
I Louisa M. Khmer Pittsburg
i Max Abram MeKeesport
Bertha Proc Pittsburg
(Wm. 8. Allen Pittsburg
Tulle D. Bonner.., Beltxhoover borough
(Jacob Knecht Allegheny
1 Catherine Keller j... Allegheny
( Kobcrt J. Hester '.....Pittsburg
Kstella V. Orr Allegheny
(John Keed ..Pittsburg
I Jennie B. Fowler Chartlers township
JOEWAR BARE On Tuesday, December
17. 1SS9. by Rev. J, M. F.nlton,Mx. JOHW DeWAH
and Miss 11 abo abet J. Babe, both of Alle
APPEL On Tuesday. December 17. 1889. at
8 A. M., Edsa Pbabl, only daughter of Adam j
ana Annie Appei, ageu o xnuutua i iujs.
Funeral will tako place from parents' resi
dence, 1509 Sarah street, Southside, Wednes
day aftebxoox. at 2, Interment private.
BRiTTON On Tuesday, December 17, 1S89,
at 2:40 p. jl, John Beittou, in the 59th year of
Funeral from the residence of his daughter,
Mrs. Sarah J. Conner, No. 282 Second avenue,
Thttbsoat, December 19, at 2 p.m. Friends
of tbe family are respectfully invited to attend.
MeKeesport papers please copy.
CONNOR On Tuesday at 630 A. Jt ROSE
Edith, infant daughter ot Thomas a. and
Mollie Connor, aged 7 months.
Funeral from residence. Center avenue, near
Hiland avenue. East End, on Thubsday
kobitzkq, at 10 o'clock;
DUFFY On Tuesday, December 17. 1889, at
8:20 a, ml, Johs Duffy, aged 29 years.
Funeral from the parents residence, corner
of Enoch and Devilliers street, city, on Thubs
day, at S-3Q a. M. Services at SL Bridget's
CburehataA. jl Friends of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend.
GRTJBBS On Monday, December 16, 1889, at
2:15 a. jx., Ann Jane, daughter ot Charles and
Permilia Jana Grnbbs,aged 17 years and 11
Funeral from parents' residence. Pleasant
Valley, near Sharpsbnrg, on Wednesday. De
cember 18, at 2 P. M. Friends of the family are
invited to attend. 2
GRUNAGLE At parents' residence, War
ren street, Kunnery Hill, Allegheny, on Moo
day, December 16, 1SS9, at 605 p. 1L. Miss
Mable Gertrude Qbuhaole, daughter.of
the late Christian Gmnagle, aged 12 years 7
months IS days.
Funeral services on Wkdkbsday at 240
HARRISON Monday evening, December
16, 1SS9, at 8 o'clock, Maboabst N.. wife of
William R. Harrison, at Hulton, Allegheny
Notice of funeral hereafter.
McKNIGHT On Monday, December 18,
1SS0. at lam P. x, Geohqe, brother of A. T.
McKnight, of Allegheny, in the 04th year of his
Funeral from his late residence, 23 Morgan
street, Allegheny, on Thursday, at Jp.x.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
MoWILLTAMS On Tuesday morning. Do
cember 17, 1889, at 9 o'clock, MBS. JAKE Mo
Wtt.t.taws, in the 80th year of her age.
Faneral from the residence of her son-in-law,
John Quinn, No. 48 Washington avenue. Thirty
first ward, Thursday morniko, at 8m
Bervices at St. John's Church, Fourteenth
street, Southside, at 9 o'clock. Friends of- the
family are respectfully Invited to attend. 2
REYNOLDS At 1020 P. jl. December IB, at
tisnusMenna CnTih Thlcfl o-aa A kaIIa A
UCt ICillUt.Ubb, UWUtU AU11U OSI OSSl, AlfWUUUUj
strong county. Mrs. Kate Reyn OLD8.
Funeral will take place at 8 o'clock A. M., De
cember 18, to proceed to Saltsburg via West
ROSS On Monday, December 16, 1S89, at
11:56 P. K., Joseph U, son of Hugh G. and
Mary A Ross, aged 27 years, 8 months and 8
Funeral from his late residence, 216 Easel
wood avenue, on Wednesday, December IS,
at 2 p.m. Friends of the family are respect
fully Invited to attend.
BCHIiINGHEYDE-On Tuesday morning,
December 17, 1889, Henry A Sghlxngheydb,
aged 32 years.
Philadelphia papers please copy.
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold t Co., Llm.,)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1131 Penn aveaue. Tele
phone connection. mylO-eD-irwrsu
JAMES M. FULLERTON,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Street.
ORCHIDS AND ROSES OF RARE BEAUTY.
A. M. & J. B. MURDOCH,
rr-f n bmithfield bt.
OXJ Telephoso 439. no20-xvrr
Holly wreathing, Christ!
.Holly wreathing, Christmas trees,palms,ca-
nary birds, gold fish, eta Order early.
JOHN R. & A. MURDOCH.
08 SmithHeld street.
Telephone 233. del8-MWF
-pEPRESENTEJJ IN PITTSBURG IN ISO.
Assets . 9j071,896sj.
Insurance Co, of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIA&I L
JONES. Si Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-D
HE AMERICAN FIRE
Total Assets, January L 1837 1301,858 63
EDTTAMBS &KENNEY, Ag'tsA
no t'OUKTH AVE., Pittsburg, Fa.
wl TeleDhone 76ft ,315-60-7
BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
406 and 408 Wood Street.
THE RUSH CONTINUES."
the crowd was so great we were
obliged to lock the doors several times during
the day. unr prices are on per cent cneaper
than any other toy house in Pittsburg.
"READ OUR PRICES."
200 muslo boxes, worth SOe, only 88c.
100 music boxes, playing two tunes, only 81.
75 music boxeSjplaying three tunes, only (125.
Hide horse and cart, worth f 1 25, only 75c.
.Large rocking horse, only Jl.
Double rocking horse, only tL
Toy tables ior children, 19c, 25c 50c.
Large square red tables, sold elsewhere for
11 94, our price only Si.
Willow doll carrfaces. brown. SSc
its' tool chests, 10c, 25c, 50c, Jl.
ur cracues, zac, ouc, vsc, n.
Magic lanterns. 25c, 88c, 60c. 61c to 83 50.
crass arums, ivc, zoc eve, ouc to A
Iron toys, 25c, 50c and Si.
Paint boxes, 10c, 15c, 25c.
Toy tea sets, decorated, worth 60c, only 19c.
Toy pianos sold elsewhere at 60c, only 39c.
Elegant pictures in asst. frames, 22x24, only
Beautiful vases In hundreds of different
styles from 5c to S3.
Thousands of dolls, 5c to 13.
Silk plush albums, from C9c to S10L
Toilet set in plush box, black fittings, 75c
Toilet set in plush box. white fittings, SL '
Shaving set In pluth box, only si. -Children's
chairs, 25c, Sic, 89c, 60c, Si
Elegant bisque figures, 10c, 25c, SOe, Si.
Children's A. B. C. blocks. 5c. 10c, 25c to SL
Lamps, decorated shades, 52 to 15.
FJegant lined work baskets, 25c to S3.
& ftlll If.... .. a.ta....M ...... ... ..... ...It.. ....
fruit dishes, silver plated ware, etc
H. G. HAYDEf & CO.
With the largest and most varied
stock of Diamonds, Watches, Jew
elry, Fancy Silver Articles, Artistio
Pottery, etc, ever brought to this
citv. Come and see us and we will
make Christmas buying easy for
you. We will deliver goods any
WATTLES J SHEAFER,
JEWELERS, 37 FIFTH AVE.
MILD WEATHER SALE
Gifts marked at a Nominal Price to make
IN LAMES' SEAL PLUSH JACKETS
AND COATS, NEWMAB.KETS and
OHTT QUESTS :-: COATS
Marked away down now, rather than wait
until after the Holidays.
3VC TJ IE1 nr s ,
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S, with ele
gant Capes and Collars to match of
the most serviceable FURS.
For your Parlor, Library or Drawing
J, li LATIMER,
138 Federal and 46 South Diamond
Streets, Allegheny, Pa.
READ and REAP.
Every day from now on
is ot great Import Holiday
Presents present them
selves in numberless kinda
Novelties are in the Slipper
departmentand here, right
here, is displayed the
strongest proof of a gift
that is surrounded with
admiration and the comfort
following the wear of artis
tio made goods, in whioh
special efforts have been
devoted toward excellence.
In making your selections
from this very large and
grand stock you'll find it a
pleasure. Boom is ample
and light brilliant. Prices .
are so very low on every
article that hesitation does
and need not enter the mind
of any buyer.
OPEN AT NIGHT.
Wednesday evening, De
cember 18, our house will
be open till O o'clock and
continue until that hour
every night till Christmas
Market-St., Entrance 430-436.
Braddock House, 916 Braddock Ave.
PAULSQN .'. BROS.
Best Double Texture Mackintoshes, with
and without Capes, in Black and all the
new light Cheek Designs and Plain colors.
Everyone GUARANTEED to be thorough
ly "WATERPBOOF. Just the thing for
a Xmaa Gift
Manufacturing our own UMBRELLAS
and CANES, we can save you the ordinary
retailers profit and give you a much larger
variety to select from,
MAKING OUR OWN UMBRELLAS,
we know what we are selling, and our guar
antee as to DUBABILITr is worth some
See our window display and Low Prices
for EXTBA QUALITY Goods. Prices
range from $1 and upward.
441 WOOD STREET.
N.B. Our Umbrella Factov Is stftl 1mm-on
c-uuvjunvaca xicrjviniww j
v .?1 fisfci
v a v "V. ." -. rer rvviir
-wi- jaBmjamx9ettTr iiu iii
AND ALMOST HERE.
Have You Made Your Purchase?
If not, the following list, with a few
illustrations, will make
"Something :: fashioned :: in
beauty and made to wear."
Gold Chairs, ,
For further particulars, call at warerooms.
P. C. Schoeneck,
711 LIBERTY ST.
OPP. WOOD STREET.
and others buying Books, Bibles, Prayer
Books, Christmas Cards, Booklets, Calen
dars and Stationery in large quantities.
Our prices on BOOK8 are viet low
much lower than elsewhere and we invite
a visit, .isas
Christmas Tree Ornaments.
Chocolate Menier at 40c a ponnd
or 20o a half pound.
Dolls, Toys, Games.
Pictures, Bronzes, Terra Cotta Ware, etc
Fleishman & Co.,
Store Open Every Night Until 10
The Finest Miat-Fiavobino Stock
Extract of Meat.
USE IT FOR SOUPS,
Beef Tea, Sauces and Made Dishes.
Genuine only with fac-slmileof
Justus von Liebig's
SIGNATURE IN BLTJE INK
Sold by storekeepers, grocers and drngglsts.
LIEBIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT CO., Lim
ited, London. an2I-W--wra
STEAMERS AND EXCURSIONS.
VTTH1TE STAB UK L-
rOH QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
Royal and United States Mall Steamers.
Germanic, Dee. 18, 2 p
Uermanlc, Jan. 15, noon
Britannic, Jan. S,Cm
'Adriatic, Jan. 29, 1 p m
un tannic, Dec IS, 7:30 am
'Adriatic, Jan. I. Z p m
veuic, rau. s. cam
ueiiKvieD. a. m
From White Star dock, foot of West Tenth st.
Second cabin on these steamers. Saloon rates,
$50 and upward. Second cabin. SK and (inward,
according to steamer and location or berth. Rx
cnrilon tickets on favorable terms. Steeraxe. ta.
White Star drafts payable on demand In all the
principal banks throurhont (Jreat Britain. Ap
ply to JCUN J. MCCOKillCK, e and 401 Smith
field St.. Plttsbura-, or J. BUUCE 1SMA1, Gen
eral Agent, U Broadway, New York. del J-D
To Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin
FROM NEW YORK EVERY THURSDAY.
Cabin passage 135 to $50, according to locattoa
01 stateroom. Excursion $85 to 190.
Steeraxe to and from .Europe at Lowest Rate.
AUSTIN BALDWIN k CO., General Agents,
S3 Broadway, New York,
4. J. MoCORMICK. Agent
C39 and 401 Smithfield SL, PHisburg. Pa.
United 8(s(ss Mall Steamers.
SU every BATUK1IAY from
NEW YORK TO GLASGOW.
t. Calling at MOVILLE, f Londonderry.)
Cabin paissxe to Olasgow, Liverpool or Iondon-
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Beeond-cnus. tM. Bteersre, sae.
MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE via Azores.
Best route to Alders and coast ol Morocco.
NEW YORK to FLORES, FAYAL.GIBRALTAR,
NAPLES. VENICE, and TRIESTE.
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Cabin passage to
Axores, MStotSO; Naplts, Sto100: Yenlce. pa
Drafts on Ureat Britain, Ireland or Italy,
and letters of credit at favorablit rates.
Apply to HENDEH80N BROTHEKS. N. Y or
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WHAT DO YOU WANT
FOR THE HOLIDAYS?
we wnii tell, xorj.
Gents' White Linen Handkerohlefe,
Hemstitch, 10c, 12c. SOe, 25c, 35c, 60c, 0c, 75o, 85c
and 11 each, in inch, 1 inch and 2-Inch Hems.
GENTS' FANCY BORDERS, HEM-
75o and 85o each. "We have a special bargain in.
Col'd Border at 25c each, 6 for Jl 25.
GENTS' YHITE INITIAL H. S., extra
value, at 25c and 50a each.
Pongee and Jap. Initial Silk Handkerchiefs,
at 60c, 75c and 51 each.
Fancy Border Jap, Silk Handkerchiefs at 50c,
75c, 90c and 81 each.
One lot of Solid Color Silk Handkerchiefs.
Reduced from 60o to 25c. Just the thing for
One lot of Pongee Handkerchiefs at 25c each.
Best ever sold at the price.
PLAIN JAP. H. S. SILK HANDKER
CHIEFS In X Inch, 1 Inch and 2-inch H.S. at
50c 75c. IL n 25 and U 50 each.
MEN'S EMBROIDERED JAP SILK
HANDKERCHIEFS, for full dress wear, at
SI and SI 50 each.
Men's White Jap. Silk Mufflers at V full 32.
inch square, is the best ever offered, at that
MEN'S WHITE SILK MUFFLERS in
Plain and Brocade, from Jl ta 58 50 each.
Men's Fancy btrlpe and Plaid Silk Mufflers
at $1 to $6 60 each. ,
Men's Black Silk Mufflers, very stylish, at
S3 and S3 75.
Men's Full-Dress Shields in Plain White,
Black and Plain Colors. Also fancy stripes,
with and without collars.
Men's Fanoy Night Shirts
In all the newest styles. Plain Muslin Night
Shirts at COc. 750, SI and S oa
Embroidered Muslin Night Shirts at75e,$l,
SI 25, SI 60, 12, 52 50 and up to SI 5a
Cambric and Nainsook, Sateen and Muslin,
Silk-Embroidered Collars, Caffs ana Bosoms in
Jap. Silk Embroidered Night Shirts in White
and Ecru, $7 50 and $10 each.
Men's White Dress Shirts.
Plain Linen, Plain P. K, Embroidered P. K.
and Linen Bosoms, SI to S3 each.
We hare a large line of EmbroideredBosoms,
which we can make up in Shirts in time for the
Boys' and Youths' White and Colored Dress
Boys' White and Colored Cambric and Linen
Waists, all sizes.
Men's and Boys' Flannel Shirts, 'Plain and
Fancy, In light and heavy weights.
Men's Fancy Bilk Suspenders, Embroidered
Satin Suspenders, in Dark and Light Shades I
and Blaek and White. Also Plain White
and Colored Satin, for embroidering and paint
ing. Plain Black Satin and Moire at S2 each.
Also a largo line of Suspenders, for Men and
Boys, 25o to SI SO each.
Men's Smoking and House Jackets
In Plain and Striped Jap. Silks, English
Cloth and Fancy Stripes and Plaids, Plain
Cloth, Satin-lined and trimmed, S15 to S35 each.
Men's Long Gowns, Plain Colors, Plain and
Satin Trimmed, S3 to SIS each.
Men's Jap. Silk Gowns in Plain Colors.
Ladies' and Gents' Bath Robes
In Turkish, English Wool and Blanket Robes.
In Fancy Flannel at $5 to 17 per suit
Men's 1-2 Hose. i
We have a large line of Men's X Hose In
Cotton, Merino, Cashmere, Natural Wool, Silk
and Wool and Silk. s
In all grades Cashmere, Natural Wool, En
glish Merino. Baibriggan, Scotch Wool and
Pure Silk, in all weights.
Men's Walking and Dress Gloves.
Men's Fnr Top, lined. Leather Gloves, SI to
S3 per pair.
Men's Plain Top, lined, Leather Gloves, $1 to
S3 per pair.
Men's Cloth and Jersey Gloves, lined and un
llned, 50c to Si per pair.
Men's lined andunllned Mocha Gloves.
Men's Seal Gloves and Gauntlets.
Men's Black Hair Gloves and Gauntlets.
Coachman's Oape and. Gloves.
Men's English Tan Walking' Gloves, Si, SI 25
and SI 60 per pair.
Men's F. O. A F. Walking Gloves In light
and Dark Shades.
Men's Perrine's- Walking Gloves In Light and
Dark Tans, for evening and street wear.
Men's Pearl and White Embroidered Gloves
for full dress.
Silk and Wool Cuffs in Black and Colors.
In all the newest shapes and styles, in Puff,
Teck and Four-ln-Hand. White and. Light
Shades for evening wear. Black, (if os Grain,
Ottoman and Figured Silk Scarfs and Ties.
Gloves for the Holidays.
I SILK GLOVES,
Buttons, Hooks and Mou&quetalre, Do
sirable lengths and styles. New, fresh goods.
Ladies' Silk Hosiery and. Under
wear for the Holidaya
Ladies' Silk Stockings from 73c a pair to S3
a pair. Including Black, White, Plain, Colored,
Black Feet with Colored Tops, and Fancy De
signs in great variety. Opera lengtns in Black
and Colors. If you want Silk Hosiery, call and
examine our stock. -
Ladles' Fancy Lisle Thread Hose in a great
variety of styles and designs from 60c toil 50 a
pair. All the newest colors In fancy boot pat
terns, and Opera lengths in the two coifs and
Ladles' Silk Vesta '
In all sizes and shapes, from the cheapest to
the finest, in Ecru, White, Black and Colors.
English Novla Silk Vests and Drawers for
Ladies In all the different weights.
HORNE & WARD,
4J FXFXS A VSNTTX.
OpQ TM7 TMsW tiU 9 e'otoek.
B. & JB.
TuasBAY, Deeember IX
2 OO "French Seal Mnfftr at 81 50
Children' Fun, U to fl a Bet.
Fur Cape, S 6ft to 8125. Take elevator
Large and comprehensive' assortment of
all that's new and bssx in Furs, and what
is equally or more important ia that the
prices for Fine Furs here is much less than
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1 A SEAL JACKET
at lis genuine Alaska Seal Suityour wife
or daughter for a Christmas Gift?--
Seal Jackets and 'Walking Coats, $83 to
4G-inch and Black, Blue Black and Jet
Black All-wool Cashmeres at 80c a yard ia
a bargain of merit, such as Allegheny and
Pittsburg buyers have never seen hereto
fore, and we doubt if buyers in any-other
AGEAKB- HOLlIAT EXPOSIHOK
Choice goods, 25-to3100;moderata profits
on all brings crowds of buyers..
DRESS -:- GOODS.
Silks, Black Silk Warp Cashmeres,. Silk
Velvets and, the
HOLIDAY DRESS PATTERNS,
put up in NICE BOXES, at the. Bargain
Prices, (2 60, $3 50, 14 60, S5, f6 50 and up,
are presents eminently useful and in such
shape as they will be appreciated.
B0GGS & BUHL,
115,117,119.121 Federal st.Allegheny.
P. 8. New Goods by every express
Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, Kid Gloves, Fur
Gloves and Gauntlets. Fine Neckwear
for Ladies and Gents. Children's Collars,
Mittens, Gloves and Wraps.
ated Peaches, A;
GEO. K, STEVENSOX S CO.,
AN EXTRAORDINARY UNLOADING SALE.;
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2yz Per Uetit Uash Discount .$
From the.regular prices of all Overcoats far Men, Boys and ChildterSj
All are new goods, but the stock we have on hand is too large for tnif!
late in ine season, ituie wuai juu
$35 oo Overcoats now
30 00 Overcoats now
25 00 Overcoats now
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15 00 Overcoats now ... 13 12
12 00 Overcoats now............................ 10 50.
10 00 Overcoats now
a 00 vjvercoaus uuw
c 00 Overcoats now
3 i UlUUJauuun
2 50 Overcoats now
2 00 Overcoats now , 275.- ,'jr
Alt J -Avws Ai ft tea w Af nwnnnFttnn nfalu t anvd All rr si mrt ass In. j
nave tne regular price marKea in piam ngures. ana tne aiscoanr. is ae-
Aiirteci from it
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CLOTUIEIS. TAIL0KS ana niTTEIS.
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i aruur stores now open ever
o'clock, baturday until ii.
GRAND HOLIDAY DISPLAY.
Newest Shapes, Latest Styles, Largest S took and Best Assortment in Fine Pluabeeyj
Genuine Alligator, Seal Goat, Dongola, Patent Leather, Ooze Calf. All the new shades!
of Flushes and Velvets in eW gant Embroidered and Flam Vamps. j9
You can select handsome pairs now at 50c,
selection at $1 23, ?1 50, $1 75 and $2, and the finest ever made at $2, (3 50, V and (3 50.',
Call and see them. You'll bo both satisfied and delighted. "
- 406 and 408
Our "Wood Street Store is Exclusively
making the largest aadmost complete "Wholesale Shoe House in the city. Dealersww
piled at manufacturers' prices.
W. M. LAIRD,
515 WOOD STREET.
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upen evenings umu uun;uiia$i -
The Grandest Assortment of A
JbMol.M., t-So94am fwX -V
eretb Under One Hoof. - &4
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Express WagpnSi Velocipedes, Hobbyi
Aiorses ana juecuanicsi Aoyst uons x Xtt't
msbings, Jewelry, Toilet Sets,, StocMags,
Shoes and Hats.
Christmas Cards,. Stationery in Plush, and
Paper Boxes, Floor and. Table. Easels.
Beveled and Triplicate Mirrors ia Plush,
Bronze Oxidized Silver and Antique Oak.
Florentin e Bronzes,. Hungarian and Blows ,
Ware, Fancy Cups, and Saucers. An enoV
less variety. v
Ladies' and Men's Embroidered, InliialJSl
jt uuu ouu u: auvj' vvwnu jwruenu xianw-
kerchiefs. An elegant assortment, and at
our famous LOW PP.ICES.
Gold and Silver Handles. An elegant
variety and in all grades.
Letters engraved FBEB OF CHABGEt j
on all umbrellas, purchased during the
8PECLAL 600 Elegant Gloria Silk "OWyl
breilas, with elaborate handles, and worth 'A
fi each. Our Price $J 24.
Holiday Goods suitable for Hen. A most
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be stored until wanted. .;
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AVOID THE BITSH.
Sixth SL and Penn Ave,
P . O? E 3ST T &H
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evening except rnoaj unuijij.
65c, 75a and ?1, or we can show yoa a fiaSci
"Wholesale, and occupies five entire few,!
W. M. L AIRDI
406 an 408 Mtrkti St.J
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