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Discovered In an-Isolated Pqrtion
lEIGHT PEESOSS LIKELY TO DIE.
.1 Woman With a Child in Her Arms Btruck
ALL TBE SEWB FROM KEABBl TOWKS
tsrrcui, tzxxobax to tbs mtriTcn.
CoNKKijLSvniLK, December 24. A Terr
- distressing-sight vu witnessed here this
evening. A family of eight persons, con
sisting of mother and lather and sir chil
dren, were discovered in a starving condi
: ition near Mover, and were brought here to
if he sent to the County Home. All ot the fara
r ily were in a drlDE condition. The gannt
faces of the elder people and the hollow eyes
"Jand hungry looks of the little ones elicited
jfniuch sympathy from spectators, int little
-s?money or assistance.
-The father and mother had been taken
ill'from fever, and as they lived in an iso
lated place the children could procure no aid.
Tneir condition was accidentally discovered
ty a farmer, who chanced to visit the house.
The'family have reached sneh. a stage that
itiithouj:ht none can recover.
- A PUGILISTIC PEEACHEE.
He U Charged Before Classis VTllh IlaTlDC
' AMttnlted nn lder.
LANCASTER, December 24. A meeting
of Lancaster Classis of the Befbrmed Church
V'was held to take action on a charge brought
iby the consistory of the Maytown chuich
"against jtev. j. js. luecKiey. me pastor.
t'jThe offense chaired consists of an alleged
assault made br Bev. Mecklev. who is over
islx feet tall and well proportioned, against
"Paris Epler, an elder of his church.
- r x. appeared irom me testimony mat ior
,'i?:,Eome time Bast a maioritvof the connetra-
r tion bad been dissatisfied with Bev. Meek-
ley and were in favor of requesting his
.resignation. Paris Epler, on Sunday, Ko-i-ember
10. asked Mr. Mecklev to call a
-meeting of the consistory, telling him that
the bnsiness to be transacted was tersonal:
'that perhaps the members of the congrega
tion did not want him for another year, and
that if he did not call a meeting he was not
doing his duty as a minister, much less as a
At this point, according to Mr. Epler's
story, Bev. Mr. Meckley caught Epler by
the neck and, holding him at arm's length
with one hand, said: "If it wasn't Sunday
and in the church I would knock you down;
if we were outside I would knock you
Bev. Mr. Meckley, in giving his version
of the affair, admitted making the remarks,
but said he only laid his hand on Epler's
Classis by a vote of 14 to 1 decided that
the assault had not been made out, but
fixed December 30 for the holding of a
special meeting to act on the congregation's
request for'Mr. Meckley's resignation.
ploye of the LaekawMaa Iron 'Mad Coal
Company that on January 1 an Increase of
wages of from 5 to 10 per 'cent will-go into
effect This affects over 3.000. men, and is
justified by the increased price of steel rails.
A miSA.NT SOCIAL EVENT.
Great Growlh of JcgVraen Academy (a tie
Past Few Month.
rsrxcui.'TxusiuLx to thi distjltch.i '
Canonsbuso, December 24. The most
pleasant social event of the season occurred
in the spacious halls ot Jefferson Academy.
The Bev. Dr. Des Islets was called to ihe
Presidency oi this school last August, when
it had been badly run down. Since Us
coming, Jefferson Academy lias evidently
entered upon a new era of success and use
fulness. The coarse of study has been reno
vated, new life and order have-been infused
into the school, a spirit of study and en
thusiasm has taken fcpld of the students and
the attendance has teen largely Increased.
The indications are that this famous school
will soon eclipse even its brightest days.
This state of affairs, together with other
things, has greatly pleased the people of this
classic town; and last evening, irrespective
or sect, sex or "previous condition oi servi
tude," they assembled at the college build
ings and took possession. The Canonshurg
Cornet Band discoursed acceptable music
and the fair .sex graced the occasion with
their presence and vied With the sterner sex
in making the occasion a pleasant one.
Several witty speeches were made, after
which a sumptuous lunch was served by
the ladies, to which the large number pres
ent did ample justice., One of the pleassnt
est features of the occasion was the presen
tation to Dr. Des Islets of a purse of 200 in
cash and as much -more to his family in ar
ticles too numerous to meutiom The stu
dents had, a lew days before, presented him
with an elegant easy chair. Altogether the
occasion was a yety enjoyable one and re
flected credit upon the town, the academy
and the Bev. Dr. Des Islets.
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them. All dealers keep them.
8s Ttlsack's ale aael
direct 'ffeeee 1186V
Young folks who stead to start house
keeping will consult their interest by buy
ing their outfit ia'faraiture at M. Seibert &
HATByour photograph taken Christmai
Day by -Hefidricks & Co., 68 Federal at.
Allegheny. Gallery open all day.
Marriage Licensee Grated Yesterday.
Kasn. ' Kasldtnea. -
( Christ Garlow Mum township
(Katie Arno. Plum township
JHarryH.HIteshno .. , rrarentum
i Luella Bergman s, ...Tarentnm
James McConler .Tlttsbursr
(MsryA. Lyses. Pittsburg
i jueueicburm....'. l-uisourg-
JEntllJ. Bedllnjer Pittsburg-
I Carry E, Bleti Mttsburg-
j F.oirene Anderson Rankin
I Sarah Bmehm&n KanUn
Abraham Tapelsfcr.. ....... Pittsburg
Sarah Cohen........ ...Pittsburg
"Wftk the lartreet a4 most varied
stock of Dktmoswk; Watches, Jew
elry, fancy Silver Articles, Artistic
Pottery, etc., ever bwaght 10 thta
cltv. Come aad see us aid we will
sake Christmas imyiBt easy for
you. "We will deliver geode any
WATTLES I SHEAFER.
JEWELERS, 37 FIFTH AVE.
B. & B.
( Loralne Qalloner.,
I Agnrs A. MeConnell
A QUESTION OP JOEISDICTIOIf.
Tbe Arrest of si Government OOeer for Tnk.
' - . io SAai From tbe Blvrr.
W'4 rSPXCIAI.TEIJSCEJUl TO TUX DISPATCH. I
V4 . -Wellsbitbo, "W. Va., December 24.
f Captain C. H.' Conn, of Kew Cumberland,
. of the steamer Iy S., ot "Wheeling, was
- .. arrested by Sheriff Curtis, of this county,
" and placed in jail here to-day on a warrant
issued at the instance of Alexander Coleman,
of Steuben ville. charging Captain Conn with
unlawful trespass in taking sand from the
Ohio river for Wheeling parties. The cap
tain claims he was guilty of no offense and
jsjkwas worcing as an omcer of tne United
. Hot refuses to give bail orreturn on his
own recognizance. It is likely a heavy
damage suit will be the result, as Mr. Conn
,. claim he was working far enough from the
r 'chore to be beyond any private jurisdiction.
h- v 6EN1EKCED TO EITEESIDK.
The Convicted Iocendlarlea Becelve Terms
P of Considerable I.enElb.
.-.t jtSrXCULL TXtrOBAX TO THX DISPATCH,
,; -X ? Gbeestsbubg, December 24. Henry
- -jHetxel and James Francis of Cnnnellsville,
srwently convicted with Prank Baer of
Jburni'ng the Bumbaugh mill here, were
Arthis afternoon sentenced to the Biver-
1'slde penitentiary for a period of
;-iUs;ix years and six months each.
tChe prisoners were very much affected, be-
W Mng greatly disappointed at the Court over-
-,- ruling the motion to send them to the re-
f. ,'' - formatory at Huntington.
' ;The negro Pox, upon whose testimony the
;-' .Ksmill-burners were convicted, will be brought
y'f?here from the Uniontown jail and sentenced.
. . A3 DtMU. AU a ACK USJS.
AK0THEE CAKNE61E IIBEAEY.
The One at Johnstown Will be Rebuilt by
rEPECIAL TXiEOBJLM TO Till BtSrATCIM
JOHySTOWBr, December 24. Mr. An
drew Carnegie to-day authorized the officials
of the Cambria Iron Company to draw on
him for funds to rebuild the Johnstown
Public Iiibrary building, which was de
stroyed bvthe flood. .The Library has an
endowment fund of (40,000, and upon com
pletion of their building will bo in good
The graves of all the unknown dead, about
800. are to be marked with headstones in
scribed with numbers corresponding with
the morgue records, which contain a full de
scription of each body. J. L. Smith left for
Philadelphia to purchase marble for this
J Michael Conror Pittsburg
J "William Dott ..Pittsburg
( meiia wilsuu
Stewart McOraeken .
( Anna Doncias........
t Charles II. B. Downey Uraroiburg
( Ettle Whlttaker Uravosburg
( Baanel Aston Pittsburg
(Agnes J. Shloman.... Upper St. Clair township
i Albion S. Neely .Tranklin township
JAdaM. Pesree Jranklln township
( Charles J. Wilson ..Somerset county
I Annie Homer Bedford county
1 xioreuco ueese
I Thomas A. Cunningham..
1 Annaij. lllndman...
Tn, G. Hawthorne..
A EAILB0AD. B0KD P16HT.
The Citizens of a Minnesota Town .Are In
an Excited Condition.
Bochestkb, Mnrjr., December 24.
Bailroad bonds of the city of Bochester to
the amount of $40,000 were to-day signed by
Mayor Porter and Becorder Tetter. Much
feeling has existed in this city since the
election two month! since, which has
divided the voters into two factions, and
pamphlets by the thousand were circulated
for and against the measure. The Council,
at its last meeting, passed a resolution that
the bonds be issued, providing they con
tained certain restrictive clauses that were
also included in the proposition that Was
voted on in October.
In spite of instructions the bonds have
been issued in straight negotiable form and
will probably be rushed upon the market.
A contest concerning their validity is in
evitable, as leading citizens freely express
their belief that the bonds are fraudulent
and will be null and void in tbe hands of
Surcnasers. With a single exception the
ity Council is opposed to their issue In
their present form. -- .--.-,-
ITbomaa 11. Beynolds.,
AN AtB LIKE TO CHICAGO.
Surrey el a Proposed Short I4no Westward
Prom Kew York.
rEritCMX, TZUEOIUJC TO TUB SISrATOH.1
Nkwabk, IT. J., December 24. A sur
veying party Is at work between Medbam
and Chester, K. J., figuring a route for a'
railroad, which it is said, will form an air line
route between New York and Chicago. It
is claimed that the proposed route is 75
miles shorter between these two .cities than
by any other, and involves, as now surveyed,
the construction of a tunnel two and a half
miles long through Schooley a mountain.
A Donble Inlnence,
Dr. Flint's Bemedy is a medicine which will
cure cases ot neuralgia which other remedies
have failed to reach, as it exercises a donble
influence. In one case over the circulation, and
in the other oyer the nerves. Descriptive
treatise with each bottle; or address Mack
Drug Co.. K. Y. mwt
Edith . Hlckey .....Unlontown
(Uonslont Fontonr .-. McDonald
IMaria V. ltoonenlot ..JloDonald
JKd. . Koberta Newcastle
(Ullre Ooodge t Crarton
I James K. King Pittsburg
JMulIle E. Uussel..... Pittsburg
J Patrick MeCoIInm Homestead
i Catharine Schmltt Mifflin township
Nicholas gchoch Washington county
Hannah Young Washington county
j Theodore Colsen............Chart!ers township
(Mary Lafler. .....Uhartlera townshiD
(Harry Hetereek' ....Greentree borough
JMary E. Hoffan Homestead
( E. L. Critchlow Homestead
IHettle Pearce Homestead
fWra. C. Davis Pitt&Jiprg
(Mary J. Jone Chartlers township
(Louis till Allegheny
Little Wlesner. Allegheny
J Wm. Pool Allegheny
I Martha Lt Allegheny
i Charles Kerr McKecsport
I Emma J. Darls McKeesport
iM. T. Hippie..., Allegheny
J Susie J. Parker Allegheny
J F. J. Eberle Pittsburg
(John Dillon.; Allegheny
1 Jennie Dugan Allegheny
fB.W.Bagaiey Shaler township
(Ada J. Dear Shaler township
( Prank K.Carothers Chartlers
Rhodes M. Wise Pliubnrg
(Kobert Thompson .PitUDurg
Bachael Pee A2;heny
( Kdward Mellon , Pittsburg
Utile M. Mailer Sharosburg
(George Koehler, Jr. PitUburg
Catharine C. KberU PitUburg
j EmilZacharles McKeesport
Augusta Werwltx McKeesport
Maiy Smith ;.., McKeesport
(James A. George .. ..Lcechburg
Fanny . Miller , Westmoreland county
(James W. Mountain Brushton
Sadie H. Shearer Braddock
5 Albert Pnttei Allegheny
Maria Kraudtrelt Allegheny
( William Shaw Pittsburg
Maggie Mclntrre Pittsburg;
t William Jack Pittsburg
Kate Ureeney. Penntownsnlp
t William Harper .-mrtie creek
Esther Mclmyre .Turtle Creek
(James A. I.lord Jefferson township
Margaret M. Penn Jefferson township
( William J. Kennedy. Tarentnm
Dora J. Staler Tarentnm
J John Coffee... ......Allegheny
t William J. Plnkerton Allegheny
Laura J. WUllams Allegheny
(Walter G. 8turgeon....Worth Tayette township
J Mary E. McDonald. .....North Fayette township
) . jfe
WB9tnHAT, OeMBSM 36.
A MERRY CHRISTMAS
A tfAPPY NEW YEAR.
( A. H. Burleigh PitUburg
Maggie J. Phillips .. Plttsbnrg
Sidney Vaten -., PitUburg
( U.UUS rryo
BPBOUL W ATBON-On December 24 18S9,
by the Bev. Samuel Maxwell, at Trinity
Church, Maet W. Watsow and Pbakk P.
K0 CHEISTMAS PEE8ENT6.
The Terr Strange Order of a Silk Mill Su
JAxzestowx, December 24. Every one
of the 1,000 persons employed in theAde-
' Hide Bilk Mills, at Allentown. had con-
pl- tribnted toward purchasing Christmas pres
et' tents for the foremen and forewomen. Many
-JlMfe-ofthe articles had already been purchased
isfewhenthe Superintendent, Iiouis Soleliac
fijj'ljissued orders that any one detected in giv
jSgIngor receiving presents would besum-
--aftf. jiiiai iijf uiauii&Beu.
s, This tmlooted-for order created pri-nt
-consternation and dissatisfaction, but the
iiuoic irom wnom ine goods bad bean pur-
cnased wuungly took them back to oblige
HE GETS K0 DAMAGES.
Be Ctue Against the Pennaylvaala. Cam.
pany Thrown Ont of Court.
' rsraexu. mnux to thx disfatcili
'HtnrxnraDOH-, December 24. The case
Tof Elliott Bobley against the Pennsylvania
.suiiiroau company jor ?ou,lftJ uamages,
A,which has been on trial here during the past
i, 'Stwb weeks, came to a sudden termination
fito-day, by Judce Purst directing the jury to
find for the defendant company. This was
eventually withdrawn, and a non-snit
anted the plaintiff. Mr. Boblev. who lost
IHihouse, barn, stock, and the greater por
tion of his farm land by the disastrous June
gflood, alleged that the company's bridge
.near his property was the cause of his loss.
Get Yonr Ten Per Cent.
Our Christmas present to our patrons is
cash. "We don't believe in giving them
worthless toys, like some firms do who place
it on the price of the goods. "We shall give
a cash return of 10 per cent on every article
bought at our store up till noon to-day. "We
have about 150 of those Daisy overcoats left
at ?10, worth JZ5. (store closes 12 o'clock,
noon, to-day. P. V. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. new
Fbauehheim: & TilsAck's ale and
porter are superior beverages. Call for
them. All dealers keep them. Or order
direct 'Phone 1186.
DEATH 05 THE TEACK.
With a Child In Her
Struck by m Train.
.flSTSCllX TXLZOSAK TO TBI DISrATCH-t
CoMrxiJiSTn.i,E, December 24. A
.woman who carried in her arms a small
4' baby" was struck by a train a short distance
.below this place this morning. The woman
was fatally iniured and the child killed.
JThe bodies lay on the track for some time
beforrfdiscovered. The woman's home is in
Dawson, but her name could not be learned.
V, A Serious Freight Wreck.
Acid in the Blood
Accumulating in the joints, is believed to be
the cause of rheumatism, from which so many
suffer at this season. Hood's Barsapsnlla has
had wonderful success lncurfne this complaint.
It neutralises the acidity of the blood and re
stores the vital fluid to healthy condition. If
you suffer from rheumatism, try Hood's Sar
saparillaT "I have been suffering from an acute attack
of rheumatism. Induced by a taiere sprain of
a ones dislocated ankle joint, .which caused
creat swelling and intense pain. Bnt one bot
tle of Hood's Sarzaparilla restored circulation,
cleansed tbe blood and relieved the pain so that
J am nearly well again. I regard Hood's Sar
sapanlla'as standing- at, the head ot remedies
forpnrlfylng the blood and citing a healthy
tone to the system." U x. Hrar, Spring
Bold by all druggists, fl: six for $5. Prepared
only by C. 1 HOOD t CO., lVowelL Mass.
(00 Doses One Dollar
, rsrxoAi. Tzuaxjjc to the tcsfatcb.!
. 'Geeenseueo, December 24. By a
wreck on the Southwest Bailroad this morn
"Jngil7 cars filled with coke were entirely
demolished. Tbe wreck occurred between
'jXoungwood and Pointervilie and was
'caused bv the train breaking and then run-
ning'tngetner again, xne cose .was owned
bV'Schoonmaker. The loss is heavy to the
Au Increase of Wnges. v
fSckusrxosf.-'DeceHiber 34. Notice was
giTem,to-dy to ttw teel mill and blast ea-
lbs. dutch uo
Choicest, Purest, Best.
Mtooia-fitl Iclllig Water trmt
tJ. S. Dztot, 35 Mrcr St, Krx ToeI. -At
ratail by all Isading grocers and druggists.
GEO. K. 8TEVN80N CO IMPORTERS
' ABHB0BNER After a brief illness, at 1:30
p. if., Tuesday, December 24, 18S9. at bis resi
dence. Ko. 863 Bonth Hiland avenue. E. E
Chabi.es Aijikkt ASHBUBITES, in the 86th
year of bis ace.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
BROWN Entered into rest on Tuesday, De
cember 24, 18S9. at 1 o'clock, Mrs. Agnes
Bbowx, widow of the late John Brown, BrM in
her 90th year.
Funeral from her lata residence. No. 73 Al
pine avenue, Second ward, Allegheny City, on
Thuesbatattebnooh at 2 o'clock. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to at
tend. DICKSON On Tuesday, December 24. 18S9.
at 9 p. jl. Elizabeth, wife of David Dickson,
in her 44th year. '
Funeral services at the residence of her bus
band, Greenfield avenue. Twenty-third ward,
city, on Thursday, the 36th instant, at 2
o'clock p.m. Friends of the family are re
spectfully Invited to attend. 2
DEVINE-On Tuesday. December 24, 'S9,
Maboabet, wife of JohnDevine, in her 54th
Funeral will take place' from ber late resl".
dence, 62 Taecart street, Allegheny City, on
Toubsdat, December 28, at 2 p. it
llcFARLAND At Shirland, on Tuesday,
December 24. 1SS9. at S o'clock P. ir Haratt.
younjrosx aaucuter oi me late Alexander and
Margaret McFarland. '
Funeral from the family residence, on Fki.
SAT, December 27, at 10 o'clock A. M. Friends
of the .family are respectfully invited to at
NEITMEIBTER-On Monday, December
23, at 4 A. Jt, Anna Mabdc, wife of Jacob
Neumeister, In tbe 70th year of her age.
Funeral from her late residence, 77 Locust
street, Etna Boro. Wkdnesdat, December 25,
at3F.lt. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend.
NiCOliS On Monday evening, December 23,
1SS3, at 11 r. jl, Vibointa, youngest daucbter
of P. D. and IJzzie A Nicola, aged 1 year and 7
Funeral services at tbo residence of her par
ents, Bewlckley, Pa, at S,p. it. Wbdkesd at,
December 25. Interment private.
BHEDDEN On Tuesday mornina Decem
ber 24. 1889, at 6U5 o'clock, John Sheddxx. in
his 62d year.
Funeral from bis late residence. Green "Tree
borough, oh Fbidat attbknoo n at 2 o'clock
prompt. Friends of the family are respect-
luuyinvitea to attend, carriages will leave
Hershbergers livery stable at 1 o'clock. S
SWINEHART On Tuesday, December
24, 1889. at i o'clock a. it- Joseph T. Swise-
HABT, in the 26rd year of his age.
Funeral irom residence ot bis Daren ta, 'No.
146 Juniata street, Allegheny City.' Friends of
the family invited to attend. a
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold A Co Lte.J
UNDERTAKER AND TlMBAr.MP
Office and residence, UStPenn avesue. Tele
phone connection. naylO-W-wvrsn
JAME8 M. FUIXERTOK,
UNDERTAKER AND KMBALMEB,
Na 6 Seventh Street.
ORCHIDS ANO ROSES OF RARE BEAUTY.
M M. &J. B. MURDOCH,
Si fl omiTturitiiuu hi.
Holly wreathing, Christmas trees,tialffl.ca
nary birds, gold fish etc. Order eartyT
JOHN B.4A MURDOCH.
, . SOS Bmithfleld street.
Telephone 23& deW-mvp
P. C. Schoeneck
711 LIBERTY ST.
OPP. WOOD STREET.
; ;:' -.- x KKR- -Mi..
THAT WEBE SOILED AKD XIJS8D
. DITKING THE
' ' - . .vSAC-
Whea we use the word "SACRIFICE"
ia our advertisement you know by-experience
that it meaaa much. Ko difference
whether it is a 15 cent handkerchief or a fo
one they will be sacrificed1 Thursday morning.
Fancy Holiday Goods
MILD WEATHER SALE
Gifts marked at ajominal Price to make
,s We e t
IN LADIES' SEAL. PLDSH JACKETS
AND COATS, UKWIIAEKETS and
OHHiDREN'S :-: COATS
Marked away down now, rather than wait
- until after the Holidays.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S, with ele
gant Capes and Collars to match of
the most serviceable FURS.
Center counters are. io Ee cleared at oace,
no diijerence how
, N LOSS,
As the room MUST be had for SHr regular
Many' of you will want to repay kind
friends with a f
New Year'a Present
Here's a chance at HALF PRICES and
some less. A sacrifice of holiday goqds that
will be so remarkable that it will be quite s
"Will you come' first and get 'first pick or
the best bargain. '
B0GGS & BUHL,
115, 117, 1i9, 121 Federal st and Park
SPECIAL OOLL SALE. '
SPECIAL TOY SALE.
SPEC1AL8Q0C and GAMESALE
Special sale of all Holiday Goods on
Tuesday. Open Wednesday .
until 12 o'clock, noon.
(SECOim FLOOJR.) ..
The continued warm weath
er necessitates a still further
cut in our Prices of Cloaks,
Wraps and Jackets. Here are
some prices to judge by:
Flash jackets were $12, itw
Rnsh Wraps were $25, lew
fiisk Sacfoes were $30, iw
IfewMarkets were iw
Ladies' Beaver Jackets were
$10, now $5 49.
Every Garment in Our
Cloak Department has Seen
marked down regardless of
Come in the Forenoon and Avoid
Open Evenings Until Christmas.
KAUTIFUL PIANO LAHfS,
i . .,
Jaskesjetyv - i
at prices that will Jadaee yens is foyat
osee. "We irate aB i visit er Sale
reoaB, 211 WOOD STRIST,
Opyeeile St. Charles, ad
Kr2 sad 104 THIRD AVE.,
I see oar Steei.
. ,-: -- fiu.
-car' ottb TnryARATWMro-
f2 jmt eetf Caift Dwcatit
Economical hnyenrfarresiown their wis
dosa in. pnrchasiag, OTereoata at tbia sale,
for how else esm yos btrj-ser eaply wijai
ont any risk U re rtltrg isrfeK'or Talaes.
All Overcdat? Bar tBe, regular. pricK
inarKea in plain- Ugwtae, out wbea 70s 1
come to pay for yonr selection 12 Vols de
daeei hem ertcyeWlir oi tie yt&r, vJsMt
is to you v
Ji laving et fXVTonlOO. r .
A saTincr of SS 13 oa S2X.
A saving-pf J2 OT on t.
AsffTfng-orja 9ffoa JEIK.
A saving of ft OT o HX
A. ssiriag of tt 25 on JKV
A urinref fl 0Oe9&
A. saving, at 75a oaJS.
Asavine-of 38a onfTL
And avt tie same rase an all ot&ez nttmmi7
We-sre vlto oflerf&grextrx gadi -niimimn
jiien s. isoys' antr unudrenrs'
SUITS, HATS and CAPS.
Also SMOKING- JACKETS.
l P. f JILIB 4 C8.
JFor your Parlon-Library or Drawicj 1.
T, H, LATIMER,
138 Federal. and. 46 South Diamond
Streets, Allegheny, Pa,
THE CHRISTMAS RUSH
FUEL :-: FORCE.
TJEPBESKNTEIi DT PITTSBURQ BJ lsa
Aserm -. . 90.071.06.
Insurance C.9f JTertfc AmerieeU
For sale wholesale and retail hr - -
'. 5SSiTk p;o1K1fSWWWIS1'
Have had an unusual
brisk trade, especially in
It is not to be won
dered at when you take
into consideration the
magnitude of the grand
selections the Extreme
Low Prices on every ar
ticle and the great pleas
ure derived of the sur
roundings. As fast as
"shelf, upon shelf had been
emptied of their choicest
lines, duplicates found
their place. It is safe to
say none will be disap
mostly Satin and quilted
linings, not lacking in the
make or fit either. At
very low prices sold fast
est If plain leather, de
signed in style way up in
skil is desired, it is here
alligators, too as also
tortoise, with a marked
chain of .other styles gives
every buyer a chance to
see that which is sought
Now a useful Holiday
Closed Christmas Day.
Market St, Entrance 430436,
Bwktock HwMj 9K Bmtock Ave,
Do your best to come ia the Boning, be
fore NOON if possible, as we can serve you
much better then than later in tbe day. How
ever, if yon can't come in tbe morning,
come in the afternoon. We hare a large
force aad will do our beat to wait on you
promptly and well.
We are Open in the Even
ings 0311 9 O'clock,
And if you come in can make purchase
BEE OXTB ELEGANT DISPLAY
Sixth Street and Peon Ave.
EstabUsbed oxer Half a Cestnrr.
'BStf - yBBBBBBSk? SSBBBBK
Derby, Meriden, and Sterling
MIRRORS, MANICURE SETS,
, TRINKETS, Eta
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH AVE.
JOHN FLOCKER & CO.,
Rocker's Lubricating Hemp Packing
FOB RAILROAD TJSE.
Italian and Awiricn Hemn Packlne.
Clotaea Iiaes. Twtaea, BQ Cort, FlskUae,
OhaUc Ltaes, Night Lines. 8lsl Bale aad Hide
Bepe, Tarred Lai
pan Yarn, etc.
en x ar
As dealers ia reliable Fars onlyonr repn
tationfor over fifty years baa never beea
questioned. Whatever other; qualities we
deera advisable to keep we always
CARRY THR BEST.
Oar immense ntock of Beat GarBeats ia
no exception to this rule.
Every garment quoted1 below is absolutely
reliable and warranted.
Alaska. Seal Sacques, full leBgts,$14(J,
Alaska Seal Jackets, $125 $135; USOi.
Enslisb. Walking Coats (half sacque),'
Tery fine25-in. Jackets (Hartia'aXoadaa
A few Seal Jackets and "Wraps" at $73.
Sole Agents ior Tread well's Celebrated
Hahogany Dye Seal Sacques, warranted 12
Endless variety of Shoulder Capes. 1st
Bibles, Astrakhan. Penkser, Seal, etc-., at
Also every description of Small Sum..
" Manufacturers of Furs, -441
BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
406 and 406 WW Streets.
LOOK AT OTJR M33CESI
Boys' sleds, 30c,B0c, 7Bii
Girls' sleds, 39c. EOc, 75c
Boys desk with stool, sold everywhere at
H 25, only $L
Large rocking horses only $L
Blackboards, 25c, 50c, 95c,
Children's decorated tea sets soldi every
where for 50c, only 19&
Magic lanterns only 25c.
Toy pianos, sold everywhere for 50c, only
Bolls' bedsteads and cradles only 25c
Thousands o! beautiful dolls whickwo
are selling from 5c to 50c
Another lot Just received of those beauti
ful dolls'.faeadsfrour 50c to fl 50.
Kid bodies, bisque arms, shoes and stock
ings, all sises, from 50e to $1 5ft.
Elegant "vases, hundreds of styles, 5s
BiJlcpIajfl sibums, sold every where at fl,
6-piecet decorated tea set only $2 84.
108-oiece decorated dinner set onlr fx SHl
12-piece decorated o!d-IIned toilet set.'
Full line of silver plated ware, leys,
games, albums, dolls, vases, etc
H. C. H AYDEN , CO.
mmwm k m
161, 163 Federal St, Atfegbtmy.
PHOTOQHAFHKK, M SIXTH STSEBC
Anne, large caayon portr ssai; setla
before ordering sdsewbere. Ca&setsvfK aad
S60 per doses. VBOXEX DELrVEaS
IhirfmrttHrntt andexcitemtef tbeboK.
asrtnrnae soma of oar etMds weretstlz&str
soiled, some BKAT.T.Y CHOICK arUclw weret
overlooked in tlia zmrrr. &nrl thitiu.a.M
oddsaod ends in nearly every one of ourde
Iiartments. Tie merest mention mnirttnfm-
wuioms lajgor sar, wsoonrt mean so asep
tlreizs lor aoot&er nolidav season; iJCLwetsaT
conev ONLY COME QUICKLY, and cetjsar
pick and cbof ee f or next to notunt; of
Sous sltRDfly sofledV
Odds and ends in Oames Toysv
SomebeantUnl things inonrArtEe
partment. Cboieebits in. China ana Biic-a-brae.
Lovely fictares and Handsome Mir- '
And a good variety ot Books, ota,etc,
ICIooks ICte a Wzxbk lot, bat tier win aU
bvsonsiaadayertwo. Son's isto tbls.ew'
J&n Orders Beeetre Prompt Attention. 4
Broom Manufacturers SayfHw
ROBERT DICKEY & W
ii wAiiKor. AXifwjfittST AVE., ",
HOLIDAY GOODS, 4
i '- J?
THE LARGEST VARIETY,
THE BEST SELECTION,
. " .
' , ' , THE EASIEST TRMSJ
: ' GOOD, SUBSTANTIAL GOODS.
H0PPZK PROS. & co;f
THE : LEADING : HOUSE : FURNISHERS)
"W003D STBEET 3A7
Store open. Saturday evening until io o'clock
BETWEEX THTBD. AHD FOTJBTH ATE3L
WORKrt East street. Allegntny City, Pa.
OFKICSANDSALEiiROOM-Sl) Water ,
ttsbmrt; Telephone No. ISTQl- oc22C9-nva
P-A. O? El UST T s
O. S. LKVIS. SutlieMer of'PaiMta.
i f JS WiPe &WWIt9niHKWm 0w JIRIi
The FxHksT JIiat-Flavoeino stock
Extract of Meat.
Beef Tea, Sauces and Made Dishes.
Genuine only witn fac-siaule or
SIGNATITKE XN" 03LrJE IKK-
Bold by storekeepers, arocaxs and drnecists.
LIEBIG'SEXTBAOTOT MEAT CO Lim-
LEADING CASH AND CREDIT HOUSE, f
923 d 9& Pmi avenue, near tfiMha4reeL
TlrONETTO IBELAKU, SCOTnAND ANV
1VX Banana caatwst ke sent- j eeeesa oa
tEa '-Obeqae Sssk.'' wfeich are eftaked byaJl
bankers, merchants and tradespeople. Kit,
bare Agency MAX. SCilAMBESQ 4 CO6JT
Largest assortment in. the city of Holiday novelties!
in Furniture, Upholstery Goods, Rugs, Bronzes; Clocks!
etc, at prices that will please the closest fisted buyers.'li
How much more sensible to. Buy a Christmas gift of thisf!
kind than something trashy.
Hundreds of ornamental things for the house are!
here ta select from. Wise purchasers will need no urg$
ing to call and see these goods.
After Christmas reciprocal presents will be in orderig
and where can you. find a larger and -more suitable, stock!
than at Keechsr Nowherel
THE AMERICAN FIRE
INSUBAlf OB COMPANY,
THE f QPULAR HOUSE FURNISHERS,,
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