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An Attempt to Put tlio Iron Brace
lets on the Young Napoleon
CAUSES SOMETHING OP A SCENE.
His Former Secretary Reveals Some of His
ICnw Tork, September 12. The trial of
Henry S. Ives, of Cincinnati, Hamilton and
Dayton wrecking fame, was continued to
day. Ex-Secretary Short, of the Cincin
nati, Hamilton and Dayton, was on the
stand durmj: the entire session. Witness
said the Ives' election in the directory of the
road occurred June 15, 1SS6. The books
showed that 25.383 shares were voted at the
election. The new board were: Augustus
AVmslow. George Hoadley, C. C. "Waite,
Alex. Proctor, George H. Staj nor, Henry
S. Ies and Henry Johnson.
"Witness stated "that the stock of the Cin
cinnati, Hamilton and Dayton was increased
February 8, 1887, at a meeting of the direc
tors by 5,000 shares at 5100 each. This the
Ives combine declared to the public was lor
the purpose of making repairs, building
depot, etc On cross-examination Mr.
Short testified that the stock of the road was
52.000,000 par; that he served as President
tf the road for four years, at which time the
market value of the stock was 40 cents on
When he resigned and was succeeded by
It. S. Shoemaker, it had fallen to 27 cents.
At the close of 18S2, during the presidency
of Hugh J. Jewett, it bad risen to CO. When
Staynor was elected President it was at par.
A KISIG ti. VESTMENT.
Owing to the engineering of the combine
it continued Jo go up rapidly, and on the
dav preceding the election of officers on
June 19 a block of 11,000 shares had been
disposed of at 147. 2o reaon was given
the witness lor being disolaced from the
office ot secretary and treasurer. He did
not know when th'e election occurred whether
he was to be frmpended or was to y. He
received no notification of the result except
Slavnor's letter. AVitness did not ascertain
that the holders of a majority of the stock
lived in Xew York. He knew that seven
tieths of the shares of the road were con
trolled by the defendants. The present mar
ket value of the road was about par.
Further examination showed the details
of the formation of the Board of Trustees
controlling 20,000 shares and the successful
litigation ot Ives to overthrow their voting
power in order to elect himelf and his as
sociates. It also appeared that the custom
of registering new issues of stock was an
innovation commenced w hen the road passed
under new management.
The case took on a livelieraspcctwhen the
subject of the signing in blank of the bogus
certificates by Short was approached. The
witness got emphatic and pounded the
Judge's desk as he answered "never."
Counsel aked the witness if he was sure
that he had not signed blank certificates
prior to June 19, and the witness replied
that he was sure.
The defense then asked for the acquittal
of Ives and Staynor, as they were indicted
in Cincinnati and on Short's testimony, on
that occasion. The witness testified that
his relations with Ives were always most
friendly, and it was throueh his instrumen
tality that his salary was raised and also
thiit the salary of his stepson was increased.
But once Ies asked him to do an improper
thing when he requested the witness to
draw on the treasurer of the Terre Haute
and Indianapolis Itailroad for the sum of
515,000, which he refused to do, because he
had heard that the firm ot H. S. Ives & Co.
was about to fail.
At the adjournment the Sheriflfs officers
proposed to handcufTIves on an order from
the under SherifE A lien his counsel heard
of it, thev pro esed the greatest indignation
and Lawver Brooks rnshed over to the As
sistant District Attorney to learn if he had
anything to do with it. The matter was fin
ally settled by Judge Fullerton going to the
Sheriff's office, where he learned it was all a
In the interval before his return the pris
oner grew greatly excited. "I will not wear
handcuffs," he said. "They bhan't put
them on me. I want to go out like a gen
tleman." Finally a cab was procured and
the prisoner conveyed in it to the tombs.
The Vicinity or Connellsrllle Excited Upon
the tnbjcct Explosion of n Loco
motive Boiler All the Xcm
From Xcnrby Towns.
rf rECIAL TELEQ1ULH TO TUE DISPATCH J
CONXCLLSVIZ.I.E, September 12. What
is said to be a valuable find of silver ore bas
been discovered in the mountains near thus
place by a man named Joseph Avrington,
who lives in a shanty near the Bluestone
quarry. Avrington makes his living
mostly by hunting, and found the ore
last Mar while oat with his gun. Ho sold his
secret to a man named Baker, who gave mm
his noto for foOO in return. He afterward told
Avnncton the ore was worthless, but the latter
has interested a company of Connellsville cap
italists in the matter.
They will develop the find if it should prove
of any value. A great deal of excitement ex
ists and prospectors swarm the mountains in
the hope of finding other deposits.
A Counterfeiter Under Arrest.
tSPECIAI, TXLXOILUI TO TUB DISPATCH.:
Franklin, September 1Z "Sim" Hovis bas
been iodced in jail here, charred with circulat
ing bogus coin. Detectives followed a partner
of Hovis named Crispin to Buffalo recently,
ana succeeded in nabbing him in the act of
shoving the "queer." Thee two men are be
lieved to belong to a gang of counterfeiters
who have been flooding this section of the State
with spurious stuff, which, it is thought, is
manufactured in or near Franklin. They have
been dealing in dollars only, and the counter
feit is so good that it is hard to distinguish it
from the genuine. Other arrests are expected
The First Ones to Co.
tSPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH. I
Fkeepoet, September 12. The first of our
Government officers at the distilleries hero to
be relieved from duty under the Republican
administration are Charle Dickenson of Clear
field county, Al Brenneman. of Butler county,
and Patrick Haggerty. They received notice
from Colonel Warmcastle that they will be re
lieved from duty bn the 15th of this month.
Their places will probabl;
Holmes, of Snri
Harper, of Tarentum. The latter two have
lv be filled by 3ir.
Holmes, or springaaie. ana Air. wills ana Mr.
been here during the week getting an insight
into the bnsicess as gaugers and storekeepers.
Explosion of n Locomotive Boiler.
tSPECIAI. TXI.EORAM TO TOE niSPATCn.1
Geeensbukq. September 1Z Early this
morning the boiler of engine No. 1.105. on the
Pennsylvania Railroad, while the en-rins was
ascending the mountains pushing a train, ex
ploded with terrific force. The engine Is a
total wreck. Engineer Edward Shale was
blown out of the cab. but with the exception
of his feet and hands being badly scalded, be
was not seriouly hurt. Fireman Uively was
blown some 20 ftet across the north track and
was seriously injured. Both men reside at
Vill Take the Better Job.
FPECIAI. TELEOBAU TO THE DIRPATCIM
Washington. Pa., September 12. Hon. J.
K. Billingsley has received his commission as
Postoffice Inspector, and has forwarded his
resignation as member of the Legislature.
This will necessitate the election of a member
from Washington county this fall to fill the
vacancy and therefore the holding pf a conven
tion to nominate a candidate. The election will
be only a formal one, honcver, as unless there
should be an extra session the new member
would never perform any service or draw any
Banished From the Church.
tSPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH. 1
New Castle, fceptember 12. John R. Zook,
the Amisu German leader and preacher of
Wilmington township, has received a letter
from his daughter Mary, aged 17, who ran
away irom Home last Saturday witn ner latners
brre'd man, James Cnmmings, stating that she is
married to Cummings and is with him in Craw
ford county. As Mary married a worlding, she
will be banished from the church and from the
To Norfolk, Fortress Monroe nnd Virginia
On Thursday, September 19. Special train
will leave Baltimore and Ohio Kailroad
depot at 8 A.-M., arriving at Washington av
6. p. m., leaving Washington City at 630
r. if., arriving al Fortress Monroe, Norfolk
and Virginia Beach the next morning early.
Kate S10 for the round trip, tickets good for
tea days. Charming ride down the Potomac
river and Chesapeake Bay. For full par
ticulars inquire of or address E. D. Smith,
Division Passenger Agent, corner of Fifth
avenue and Wood street, Pittsburg.
An Item of Interest.
Jot it down in your note book, and if
you're around our store to-morrow come in
and ask for this advertised bargain. We
have now on hand a line of elegant imported
vicuna cheviot overcoats, fall weight. They
arc lined throughout with a heavy ribbed
silk, have satin sleeve linings, and are fin
ished equal to the finest custom tailoring
work. The price ot these overcoats should
be between 525 and 530, but we are going to
use them as the greatest advertisement we
ever had, and shall sell them at the low
price of $8, 58, 58. Come and get one at the
P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts.,
opp. the new Court House.
Great Corset Bargnin French C, F. Corsets
About 50 dozens at this price 52 60
quality, only 75 cents a pair.
Jos. Hokne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
. OUR NEW GOODS
The late purchases of our Mr. Wattles have
been received and opened. Wo think we show
the handsomest assortment of goods in the
city. Wo cordially Invito your inspection at
our NEW STORE,
37 FIFTH AVENUE.
TLES & SHEAFER.
One of the finest displays at the Exposi
tion is that ot Max Klein," the "Silver Age"
We llnve Now on Hnnd
A large stock of Piano Onyx tables,
Lamps in iron . Pedestals,
and silver, Candelabras,
And every thing in the way of nice wedding
presents. Hardy & Hates,
S29 Bmithfield street.
Friday and Saturday, bargain days.
Don't miss this sale. Come rain or shine.
Knadle & Shusteb,
35 Fifth avenue.
Jlnrrineo Licenses Granted Yesterdnr.
( Charles F. Warner Plttsbnrg
1 Henrietta 1 lUus Pittsburg
t John Doetrlck. Jr Indiana township
i Caroline Alolser...... ...........Indiana township
J JsmesC. McCormlck Homestead
( Harriet A. McCormlck Mifflin township
J Jacob Uebnesky. Pittsburg
I Sarah Abner , Pittsburg
(Henry E. llucfc Pittsburg
I Alma P. Prlmler. Pittsburg
J illlaiu A. Barton Allegheny
I Mary J. Kelly Allegheny
(Charles F. Langhnnt Allegheny
J Bertha M. Uaubinann Allegheny
Anton Derenger Pittsburg
Mary Wallnskl Pittsburg
( William Knight MeKecsport
X Minna A. Luedka McKcesport
( Frank Hawkins Pittsburg
t Maggie George Pittsburg
(A. M. KlrLcr Pittsburg
jReglnaC. L. Guepner Pittsburg
J Harry Coddlnglon Pittsburg
( uizaoem t.
to SAVE YOURSELF money at this opening
np of the WINTER goods of this BANK.
RUPT STOCK of J. R. ANDERSON, 'at 13S
Federal street, as they are
having been packed in camphor all summer,
to be ready lor
YOU IN SEASON.
10,000 Yards Carpeting.
T, M, LATIMER,
138 Federal St, Allegheny, Pa,
Mattle S. Tofcl Homestead
( Robert R. Lindsay - Pittsburg
I FranV B.
I Anna AL Shaffer Pittsburg
IN FOPBTEEN MINUTES.
It Took Just That Lone to Straighten Ont a
Chicaco Divorce Tanjtle It Miffbt
Unvo Saved the Ulan
TFTECXAX. TELrCHAM TO THE DISPATCTI.l
Chicago, September 12. Judge Tuthill
to-day straightened out one of the queerest
matrimonial tangles ever brought into the
Chicago divorce courts. The complainant
in the case was Edward D. Tucker; the de
fendant was L. Josephine Tucker, or, as she
lias been known for more than 15 years, Jj.
Josephine Morns. Tucker married Jose
phine in 1SGS. They lived together about
one year, when she suddenly deserted him.
She went to Kansas and there, after a year
or two, got a divorce from him. Then
Tucker married again. His second marriage
did not turn out well, for he quarreled with
Ins wi'e and fled to Utah. After he had
lived long enough in the Mormon territory
to have some standing in court he secured a
divorce from Xo. 2. Then he came back to
Illinois a free man. as he snnnnseri nmi
soon met and loied another woman. He
married her and went to housekeepin" at
AVile No. 2 heard of his new happiness
and had Tucker arrested for bigamv. The
prosecution of the case developed a"stran"e
state ot affairs. It was found that the di
vorce obtained by the wife of 16G8 in Kansas
was illegal. The divorce he secured amon"
the Mormons v. as declared illegal. He was
Etill the husband of Josephine, and all the
other wives were spurious. He was con
victed and sent to Joliet prison.
About a year ago he finished his term
there nnd came to Chicago. Mrs. Tucker
corroborated her husband's storv as to the
marriage of 18CS, her desertion nnd the
divorce she obtained in Kansas. There
was a technical defect in her Kansas
divorce, although she had married a man
named Morris and had become the mother
of six children without suspecting that the
divorce from Tucker was not lawful.
Learning of the complications into which
Tucker as well as herself had fallen, she
came to Chicago to have the snarl unrav
eled. Judge Tuthill ordered that a decree be
entered giving Tucker a divorce on the
ground ol her desertion in 1879. It took
the Court just 14 minutes to straighten
In the Hands of the Jury.
ISFECIAI. TELEGRAM TO THE DtSrATCH.1
Gkeensbupg, September 12. The Richard
son mill burmne case is now in the hands of
the jury W. H.Young, the leading counsel
for the prisoner, made a strong appeal to the
jury. He was followed by D. S. Atkinson for
the prosecution. To-uight Judge Hunter
charged the nrj. The indications are that
Richardson will be convicted.
TI1E KEMUCKI PEDD.
Seven Have Been Killed Already and More
Will be Shot.
rsrrciAL tix&oiulm to tub disfatcii.i
Louisville, September 10. News of
the bloody feud between the two factions in
Harlan county comes in curious forms.
There is no railroad within 100 miles of
Harlan Court House. The roads are trails
graded six feet wide by law, but usually
worn away by rains so that only the moun
tain horses and mules can safely follon
them. There are very few newspapers in
that part of the State and none in Harlan
county. But from what has recently been
learned here it is now certain that in its re
sults quite as many lives will be taken in
this Jeuu as in the irench-Eversole war of
Perry countv, or the Hatfield-McCoy
trouble in Pike. So far as known here
seven men have been killed already, but
from the preparations made for lurther
fighting that number is a very small bcin-
ning. The latest news received here is in
the form of two letters from a commercial
traveler in the employ of a wholesale firm
in this city.
He says that he is daily expecting to hear
of his father being killed in the Howard
Turner feud and will then be forced to
wipe out one of the other side. He adds
that four men were killed at Harlan a day
or two before.
THE HELLO HEX OUT FOB FDlf.
End of tbe Telephone Convention With a Day
Minneapolis, September 12. The Na
tional Telephone Convention concluded its
labors this morning and devoted the day to
pleasure. The newly elected officers will be
installed on Friday. The next annual con
vention will be held in Detroit
HIS BUEDEX TOO HEAVY.
A Binn Who Murdered Two Persons Com
mlts nlclde After I"lc Years.
TFrFCIAJ. TIXECnAM TO TOE DISPATCH.!
East Cabojjdelet, III., September 12.
Monroe Gray, who shot his wife and her
lover, "William Dietsch, a wealthy farmer,
dead in bedroom five years ago has com
mitted suicide. He made three attemrits,
the pistol failing him at the two first. Be
fore he killed himself he wrote to his chil
dren, a girl of 19 and a boy of 1G, telling
them of his previous attempts and the new
one, adding that his burden was becoming
Gray was a schoolmaster. Ho suffered
two months' imprisonment for his act of five
years since, being pardoned from a year's
Ready for a Good Rest Now.
"Washington, September 12. President
Harrison will go to Deer Park to-morrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock, and it is expected
that he will remain there until about the 1st
Rccrnits for tbo Mormon Hosts.
Kiw York, September 12. One hun
dred and filty-four Mormons arrived here
to-day from Enrope. About half of them
were women. They proceeded at once for
Dyspepsia's Victims are numbered by thou
sands. Do not continue In misery, but give
Hood's Sarsaparilla trial. The many re
markable cures it has effected warrant us in
urging it upon your attention if you suffer
from indigestion, sick headache, biliousness or
other stomach disorders. Be suro to get
BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA.
150 COPS FOR JL
CHOICEST, PUREST, BEST.
(Morton Mannard Allegheny
i Jlary Taper Allegheny
jmillam M. Ebbert Plttsbnrg
( lciia tvaucr riiuuuiK
(Frank Smola Allegheny
Barbara Knues Allegheny
(Samuel B. Jtoffet Pittsburg
I Fannlo Hutchison ......Pittsburg
Arthur Kenwill .....Allegheny
(Catharine C. i-lliott Allegheny
( Frederick fcchweltier Plttsbnrg
( Catharine Hornlug Pittsburg
GODFREY DAVIS SeDtember 4, 1SS9. at
the home of the bride's parents, Joseph C.
Godfret, of Chicago. 111., and Miss Lauba
M. Davis, of Ailston, Mass.
MOWRY SCHWARTZ At tho residence
of the bride. No. 54 Bldwell street, Allegheny
City, Thursday eveninc, September 12, 1889, by
tho Rev. John Fox, William B. Mowky, M.
D., and Miss Eveline Schwartz.
BROWIf On Thursday morning. September
12, 18S9, at 3.50 o'clock, Christina Hamilton,
-nidow of tbe late Dr. James Brown, in the 9h
year of her age.
Funeral services will bo held at her late resi
dence, 108 Arch street. Allegheny, on Satur
day AFTERNOON, September 14, at 2.30 o'clock.
EBERLE On Wednesday. September 11,
I8S9. at 12.30 T. M., John L., son of John and
Bertha Eberle, aged 24 jeari 14 dajs.
Funeral from residence of parents,No.l7 Wal
nut street. Allegheny, on Friday afternoon
at 3.30. Friends of the family and members of
Teutonia Lodge No. 57, A. P. A., and members
of Bwaben Singing Society are invited to attend.
GEARING On Thursday evening. Septem
ber 12, 1889, at 7 o'clock, at residence ot par
cuts', Duqucsne Heights, Mr. Washington,
JonN. son of James-C. and Maggio Gearing,
aced 4 years 10 months.
Notice of fnneral hereafter.
HEAST1NGS On Thursday. September 12,
1S89. at 5 A. M., M. D. L. HEASTINGS, aged U
years, at his residence, No. 4 Sixth street.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
MCDONALD On Thursday. September 12,
1889. at 1.30 o'clock: P. M.. Annie E., daughter
of Bernard and Annie McDonald, in her 21st
Funeral from tbe resldeuce of her parents.
No. 19 Ross street, on Saturday, the 14th
inst, at 8.30 A. H. Services at St. Paul's Ca
thedral at 9 o'clock. Friends of tho family
arc respectfully invited to attend. 2
MaCLURG On Tuesday afternoon, Septem
ber 10. 18S9, Mary A, widow of tho lato Dr. W.
T. McClurg, in the 83d ) ear of her age.
Funeral services at her lato residence, 51
Boyle street, Allegheny City, on Friday
morning at 10 o'clock. Interment private.
Please omit flowers. 3
POTTS On Thursday morning, September
12, 1889, at 5:45 o'clock, Mrs. Anme E. Potts.
wife of George W. Potts, in the 27th year of
Funeral at 2020 Penn avenue. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend. 2
REED In Philadelphia, on Thursday, Sep
tember 12, 18S9, Mary A wife of the Rev.
William B. Reed, and daughter of the late
josepn ana .aiargarei aicitnignt.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
REES On Thursday morning, September 12
1SS9, at 7.30 o'clock, at his residence. Fifth ave
nue, bhadyside, James Rees, in his 68th year.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
THOMAS Suddenly, at 12 St., September 11
1889, George W. Thomas, aged 59 years, at
his residence. West Liberty borough.
Funeral Friday, i-eptember 13, 1889, at 1 p.
M. Friends of tbe family are respectfully in
vited to attend. 2
WHITE Entered into rest on Tuesday
evening, (September 10, 18S9, Margaret JIc
Cullaugh, widow of George R. White, In tho
Mth jear of her age.
Funeral services at her lato residence
Ellsworth avenuo. East End, on Friday
afternoon, at 4 o'clock. Interment private
at a later nour. 2
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Llm )
UNDERTAKER AND EHBALS1ER.
Office and residence, 1134 Penn avenue. Tele
phone connection. myl0-09-MWFSu
Gentlemen's Handkerchiefs in Japanese
Silk, Plain White and Fancy H. S. Borders
best ever offered at 50 cents each.
Latest Novelty For Gentlemen for evening
full dress, Silk Handkerchiefs In plain white,
Just opened, 100 dozen best 2 .for 25 cents
Handkerchiefs yet offered at this price.
100 dozen SHEER LAWN and CAMBRIC
hemstitched Handkerchiefs, with revere block
and embroidery, the finest and most sightly
Handkerchief ever offered in this or any other
market at 25 cents each would be considered a
bargain at 35 to 40 cents each.
60 dozen similar styles to above, a REGUL VR
FIFTY CENT Handkerchief, AT FORTY
IN FINER HANDKERCHIEFS
In Scallop, Hemstitch and Block Borders,
ranging from 50 cents to So each, wo hare a
most beautiful assortment.
Correct styles In all prices, from 2 for 25 cents
to S3 each.
Give our Handkerchief Departments a call.
Christianity and Agnosticlsm,
History of the Great Flood . in
JLora, by W. Heimburg, 50c.
Manon Lescant, by I? Abbe Pre
Derrick Vaughan, by Edna
In the Golden Days, by Edna
Merle's Crusade, by Sosa Cou
chette Carey, 15c. '
A Troublesome Girl, by The
The Picture and Jack of All
The Cronin Mystery, by an ex
John Ward, Preacher, by Marga
ret D eland, 38c.
Next Door, by Louise Durnham,
Miss Lou, by Edward P. Boe,
Hand Pictures on the Wall (for
Seven Thousand Words, often
Only 12c each.
J- -" .. w arsis
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS SC
Thursday, September 1Z
OUR OWN UMBRELLAS
Are the best in the world.
NEW FALL STOCK.
We selected the handles oursel ves
fr om the jewelers and sent them to
the best umbrella makers to be
SOLID SILVER HANDLES,
Cambe engraved, scratched off and
GOLD guaranteed best roll
plate. Hand-engraved, etched, etc.
Prices $2 50 to 20. Birthday
gifts. A nice present also for young
lady or gent going off to school.
NEW DRESS GOODS daily
Fall stock, ready to wear, Skirts,
Cloth, Flannel, Satine, Satin, etc,
75c to gio each. A fine show.
OUR DRESS REFORM COR
SET, the coming cprset, 3 special
lines corsets selling out 75c each
less than half price.
B0GGS &' BUHL,
115,117,119.121 Federal st.AIIegheny.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH A VENUE.
XS" Visitors to the Exoosition aro invited to
pay ns a visit of inspection no one is pressed
to Duy. se!3-D
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506 and 508 Market st,
Sixth street and Penn ave.
"Established Over Half a Century."
This Trade Mars Is on our Windows.
WE ABB NOW SHOWING
6ut Latest Importations of
FALL STYLE SILK HATS,
Derbys and Soft Hats.
KNOX'S New York Hats (for which we aro
the olo agents) aro also NOW READY.
We liavo correct copies of tlio above stiles
at S2, J2 SO and 53, durable and stjlish.
. PAULSON BROS,
441 WOOD STREET.
Fivo Doors from Fifth avenue.
N. B. We iron all Bilk Hats FREE OF
CHARGE, no diilorcnco where purchased.
Every garment in the store
at a well considered bar-
Five minutes spent will
show you how much clothing
a little money buys more for
cibly than a long advertise
ment. Every customer will
be satisfied; every suit we
sell dependable and best to
be got anywhere for its price.
Our merchant tailoring
business prospers on the
J variety ot hne goods, the
tailoring and the prices.
Sixlh street and Penn avenue.
Larger and more complete
by far than any similar de
partment in the city, and at
prices lower than the lowest.
We claim to' have the best
Unlaundried Shirt for the
money to be found in West
ern Pennsylvania. Our shirts
are perfection In fit and finish, are unex
celled by the best custom made and are
manufactured for our own special trade
note carefully these facts before going
elsewhere. Our assortment of "Tecks,"
PuSs and Four-in-Hands are unequaled.
Gents' Unlaundried Shirts, the celebrated
"Town Talk," at 48c
Gents' Unlaundried Shirts, the best value
ever offered, 69c, 3 for $3.
Gents' Unlaundried Shirts, reinforced
front and back, linen neck and wrist
bands, worth $1; our price, 69c
Gents' Merii.o Undershirts and Drawers,
worth 40c, at 25c.
Gents' fancy Scotch Wool Shirti and
Drawers, worth $r, at 75c each.
Gents' all-wool Shirts and Drawers,
scarlet, white, gray and natural colors,
75c set, sold elsewhere for Sr.
Gents' genuine Vicuna and English Ox
ford Shirts and Drawers in new and
desirable colorings at 83c each.
Gentlemen's Lamb's Wool Shirts and
Drawers at 83c each.
Full line of Gents' Norfolk and New
Brunswick Shirts and Drawers, rang
ing in price from $t to $2 25.
Ladies' all-wool Hose, black, 25c
Ladies' all-wool black, Ribbed, 39c.
Ladies' fine Cashmere Hose, black, 50c
Ladies' extra fine Cashmere Hose, 59c.
Ladies' black Cashmere Hose in extra
Cashmere Hose in Opera
Hose, fall styles,
Lot of Ladies' Cotton
Children's black wool Hose, seamless, 19c
Children's black wool Hose, ribbed or
Misses' black French ribbed Hose, all
Children's black wool Hose, double
Misses' fine Cashmere Hose, 56a
Boys' ribbed wool Hose, in all grades.
Men's heavy cotton seamless Bocks, 10c
Men's solid color seamless Socks, Ijc
Men's natural -wool Socks, 25c.
Men's camel hair Socks, 25c
Men's heavy knit Socks. 25c
Men's scarlot wool Socks. 39c worth 50c
Men's fancy colored Cashmere Socks, double
Men's black Cashmere Socks, donblo soles, 60c.
DANZ1GER & SHOENBERG,
Sixth street and Penn ave.
ILSTIEW"- 3ST2HW. ZLSTZEW..
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh. Street.
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND SMILAX
A. M. C .7. B. MURDOCH,
r( SMITHFIELD ST.
OlJ Telephono 4J9. de6-f4xwF
JOHN R. &A. MURDOCH,
Oiler the cboloest flowers and floral work In
any desired style.
508 Smithfield Street.
Telephone 239. seS-Kwr
ASSETS - . tSjOn.OSfl'B.
Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM h
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue, ja20-s3-D
ALE and PORTER.
This week we commence tho manu
facture of our celebrated Ales and
Porter and shall ba pleased to promptly
fill all orders.
We shall put up in half and quarter
barrels a special article for family use
165, 167 and 169 FEDERAL STREET.
D ARLINGTON CO.
112 FIRST AVENUE.
'Men's Furnishing Stores,
413 BMITHFIELD STREET,
100 FEDERAL ST., Allegheny.
Now line of Neckwear on displav. See those
Hand Painted 8carfs in Windows.
iiyeinc, Cleaning ana laundry Offices.
Pittsburg Telephone 1HH; Allegheny
J-U J- J-N -tA. Hartford, Conn.
Assets, January 1, 1887 tV,5CS,8 5C
EDWARDS A KENNEY. Amt.
2JJ ourtn avenue Pltubure.
Now full up with the newest things in Ladies' and Misses' Garment
of every description at prices guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Ladies' Colored Cloth Jackets, $1 50 up. Ladies' Beaver Jackets,
Stockinet Jackets, Tailor-made Jackets, new Directoirs Jackets, colored
and black, Ladies' Newmarkets, $4 50 up; Tailor-made Newmarkets,
all colors; Directoire Newmarkets, Plush Jackets, Coats, Sacques and
Misses' Newmarkets and Jackets, all the leading colors, 12 to 18
Children's Coats in great variety, 2 to 14 years.
Suits of every kind opening daily. This department occupying our
irrmense entire second floor and receiving very special attention.
Real French Cashmeres, 46 inches wide, 50, 62, 75c and $1, in all
the new colors.
Black Cashmeres, special values, at 50, 62 and 75c. Newest im
ported Novelties for Combinations and Suits, being daily opened. You
only need to see them.
Blankets, all wool, full size, in red and white, $3 a pair and up.
Plannels, in splendid assortments. Country Flannels, all wool, 18c
Underwear for Fall now open at low prices.
; FALL STYLES NOW COMPLETE.
Incur Merchant TaHorinff de
partment we are ready to show
you the newest patterns In the
best productions of domestic and
foreign Overcoatings, Suitings and
In our Ready-made department
we exhibit the largest collection
of silk-lined and silk-faced Over
coats for early Fall wear at most
V7,o can please all tastes, from
the staid to the fastidious, in our
enormous assortment of Frock
and Saok Suits for l$en and Boys.
We have the handsomest line of
Children's Kilt and Pants Suits
ever shown in the two cities.
We are rushed in our Hat de
partmentan endless variety of
the newest shades and styles at
Notice our window display, ex
amine our goods and compare our'
prices. You will find our stock in
every way the most complete and
our prices the fairest.
STRASSBURGER & JOSEPH,
Tailors, ClotMers aiu Hatters, -
161, 163 Federal St,, Allegheny.
if -nu'nitiBirf tr 'am
1 ; iiuru-ii lit
Our fall line ot StetaleM Blaek Cefea,
Lisle and Bill: Hester? Is bow oobpWI.
both in Plain a ad Bibbed C&iMrea'i gjagM
and Double Knees.
This vast assortment fa composed ot the
following celebrated brands, la Mgbt. Me
dina and htary weights, ferXadiss, MUms,
Children and Mea, frost 39e per pair t
finest quality. The sake we oarry are:
Ac2o, Onyx, Gloria, Xelipse, L & K.
Morley, Parisian, Silver CrowBS, Daisy.
XjTery pair warranted.
Our Ingrain Stainless Bkek Hsslei ) has
been a wonderful sseeees la Ceier, wear
We haTe a special drive iaa XaeMes I.
giain Black at 29e, worth 48e. Also is r,
Child's All Black Heavy Eibfeed Hose at
29c, sizes 6 to 9.
This is the time and plaee to fit am tfc
School Children. We oaa certaislr sjvrt
Mail orders receive prompt aHeattom.-
710 Penn avenue 710.
Between Seveatb asd Eighth sts;
Double Barrel Breech Loader,
Top. action, Beboundiug Bar Locta, all
improvements, came as cut, 20 00.
Double Barrel MnziIeIjoader,H and up
Double Barrel Breech Loaders, J7 and np
Flobert Rifles, $2 and up.
100 Loaded Shells. 2.
Loading Tools. 33c. 75c, tl 25.
Paper Shells, 60c per 100.
'EL SluEEra, 934 Liberty St, Cor. SmithfieW.-
Bend name and address for our Mammoth HI nitrated Catalogue, mailed free of charge.
We have just received and have now ready for inspecliori, &i ,,
beautiful China Dinner Sets, Piah Sets and a full line of niee
China, odd pieces, to which we invite the attention of the ladies, i
R. P. WALLACE & CO.
OPPOSITE 8T. CHABLES.
School Opens Sept. 18th.
Yf arly Expente, $500.
Four Payments, $125.
A omits acd , clasilfles i younjt men and boyi at any time; flu them ror Business, anv Colleze.
nic ocnoou jor est .roini or Annanonn. (irArinsttntr in itn.nf th.h.it .n.fHUIi ..j i.;... j
a jed Schools. Good table. All students board with the ITInelpal. Teachers Jl men and Kradeatea
or first-class ('o!Ie?es. Fine buildings; single or double rooms. Everr room has lu It a steam radiator
and Is completely furnished. Uronnds (ten acres) for football, baseball, athletics, etc. Urmnaslum.
Special opportunities Tor apt students to advance rapidly, rrtrate tntorlnir and special drllj for back
ward dots ratrons or students maysclect any studies, or a .Business, College-Preparatory. iee
trteal, or Civil-Engineering 'course. Physical and Chemical laboratory. Practical Business lXepart.
ment. shorthand. i'rDewrlilnr- etc.. ptr Mnrtf ftiiivKtmnifAft with .nn.Mtn. ... ...... ..ii.-.
flttfnir si-hnnl M..11. A,ricm .rr,.i-.. ,,. ... 'A1 .T.. V7KV1'." '"."ft r.y"."r'
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iiicu prices cover
free to anv address,
Proprietor, Media, Pa.
Media, Pa., near Phils.
School Opens Sep. 25th.
Yearly Expenss, J500.
Two payments, $250.
FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG LADIES.
Miss Eastman's Celebrated School.
Graduating Courses In Classics, Literature, Science
accomplished teachersand lecturers. Suncrlor Alas
pianos. Private tutoring for backward: pupils. Individual attention.
- "J " rVmTiiv? ,8SVTil.I?lr. "If'Z?"1 nW?e-New Illustrated Circular free.
AIRS. SWITHIN C SIIIlKTI.lrMJH
For full Information call on . WALKKKat Monongahels House Friday (10A.Jt to 4 r. X. ) t&la
iture, Science, iUthematlcOIuafc 3Iodern Languages. Twelve
Superior Aluslcal Department. School bas an organ and eleven.
rdf pupils. Individual attention. Small classes. PnnlUanr.
m TI EMMI.
We want all to know, including the thousands
of persons coming to the city to visit the Exposition,
that our great CLOSING OUT SALE is now in
full blast and one of the leading attractions in the
city. TJie principal features of this sale are these:
Our goods are all new, latest style and best quality,
and in point of variety, second to none; and best of
all our prices are so low that it will only be a short
time until we have closed out our vast stock of
Lamps, Glass, ,China, Queensware, Fish, Game
and Ice Cream Sets, After Dinner Coffees, liichly
Decorated Plates, Umbrella Stands, Lawn Vases,
Cuspadorcs, Brlc-a-Brac, High Art Pottery,
Pedestals, Easels, Bronze and Onyx Tables, Cfiun
deliers, Clocks, Bronzes, Gas Fixtures, etc. Fine
Wedding and Birthday Presents. Positively all
The J, P.Smith Lamp, Glass and China Co
935 Penn Ave., Between Ninth and Tenth Sts.
P. S. Rogers' Best Triple Plated Dinner Knives
. at 91 24 per set
Have the privilege of entering our exhibit at tho Exposition
and examining it thoroughly. We Tcnow you will find it com
plete in every detail. It shows what wo are capable of doing
in the way of furnishing a house complete, as every piece of
goods shown we
at the store. You are also cordially invited to call at our
place of business, 307 Wood street. OUB, FALL STOCK IS
COMPLETE, and its completeness will surprise you. Of our
prices, well they are as low as the loivest and we sell for
CASH ox IE.AS"3" ."SZCEITTS
HOPPER BROS, k GO,,
Sole Agents for the Davis Sewing Machine.