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.TEfc PITTSBtJKG DISPATCH,
.TUESDAY - OGTOBER,;29, J1889,
VTTwo Footpads Attack a Traveler Who
Shoots a Little, Too.
HEDKANKACOKITE FOE WHISKY.
The Desperate loung Baiglar Confined in
.ALL THE i'EWS FE01T 2JEARBX TOWNS
j s, m rerrciAL telegkui to the nisrATcn.1
'JtSGBEEXSBUEG, October 28. Another at-
w. . . i ..- ii 4U lifA r
.tempt dbs Deen maae 10 iac i" "
JnmpB 'M'r-Crpjirlv. -who resides with John
Eosensteel, a prominent and wealthy far
mer, two miles west of here. Both men
have recently received anonymous letters
threatening their lives. No cause teas as
signed, hut upon the first opportunity, the
letters said, "they would be shot down like
For the past two or three weeks these
gentlemen, fearing bodily harm, have gone
armed with self-acting revolvers. Late on
Saturday night Mr. McCready was on his way
home from town on horseback, and when op
posite a heavily wooded stretch of land near
his house two men jumped ont upon the road
and demanded that he stop. In the darkness
Mr. McCready could scarcely see the forms of
the men. Touching his horse with the whip.
he attempted to get away, but one of the men
grabbed the horse hv the head and just then a
ball from a revolver whizzed past Mr. Mc
Cready's head. He then opened are himself
and shot promiscuously.
The man who had hold of his horse suddenly
let go and said: "I am shot." Mr. McCready
then whipped up his horse and escaped. At
least a dozen shots were fired. It is believed
that one of the highwaymen was badly, if not
Itttally, hurt, as a pool of blood was f onnd in
the brush the next morning. The matter has
been placed In the hands of a detective agency,
and a strong effort "will be made to run the
STKUCK BT A STOKE.
The Serlona Termination of a Quarrel
Between Two Captains.
rSFECLlt. TELECIULJI TO TOE DlSFMTCH.t
Belleveo-ox, October 2S. At 4 o'clock
this afternoon Captain Bowell and Captain
Abrams were talking in front of Lang's livery
stable, when the attention of the bystanders
was suddenly attracted by loud talking. Captain
Bowell turned to leave Abrams, when Abrams
picked up a large stone, and threw sit Bowell,
striking him on the side of the head. Bowell
fell forward on hisace.
Abrams ran forward, raised Bowell's head
and found him unconscious. He laid him
down, and by this time Captain Bowell's sister
arrived on the scene and said: "Oh, Captain
Abrams, what did you do this forT"
Friends carried the Captain home, and three
doctors have been working with him constant
- ly, but up to this time (8 P. at.) he has not re
turned to consciousness. Abrams left on his
boat, the Kendall, for Brownsville, apparently
the coolest man on the ground.
A BAD TODNG MAN.
Burglar Harney Shaffer Endeavoring to
Escape From Jail.
rSPICIAL TELECEAM TO TBX DISPATCH.!
Woostee, October 28. Young Hartley
Shaffer, who recently pleaded guilty to bur
glary, is scheming to make his escape. He is
very defiant, and his escapades go to show that
if he had not been intercepted in his criminal
career, he would have eclipsed the most
notorious crooks. Recently he sent word to
- his relatives to provide him with an iron-eating
He has also written a letter to his sweetheart.
Miss Alice Deverv, formerly of this place, who
is now at Clyde. O., to come and see him and to
be snre and bring a revolver, as he will fool
some people yet, according to his letter. The
young man is only 18 years of age. His mother
is under bail awaiting trial on the charge of
concealing stolen property.
A DRINK OF ACONITE.
The Fatal Mistake Made by a Thirsty West
ISPECIAl.TEJ.EO RAM TO THE DISPATCH. '
HuimuGTOi.-, W. Va October 28. last
sight Henry Kelly, a druggist, went behind the
prescription case, took down a bottle in the
dark, which be supposed contained whisky,
and took a big drink. It was tincture of aco
nite, and he died in about two hours.
D'uehared Cpon a. Technicality.
rtrsciAi. telegram to the msrATCH.1
"WoosTEfi, October 2S. After a jury had
been empann'led and sworn to try William
Fisher, Indicted for selling liquor to a minor,
his counsel aaked for his discharge on the
ground that be had not been arraigned to plead
to the indictm-ot before the jury was sworn,
as required by law. Both Fisher and the jury
Met Death on the Track.
ErZCIAI. TELEGKAM TO THE DISPATCB.1
GrKAED, O., October 2S. An unknown man
was struct by east-bound passenger train No.
72, due at 10:17 A.SL, north of town. The man
was aged about 23, smooth face, weig'.t about
160 pounds; had on three shirts, two pair panta
loons, knit waistcoat, and had W. J. C. on his
left arm. The train broke his left leg below
the knee, and also his neck.
Evidence of a Horrible Crime
rFrECIAl. TU.EGEAM TO THE DISPATCH;.!
Wheeling. October 2S. About 10 o'clock
this morning the police found the dead body of
a white baby lying on Tenth street, between
Market.and Chapline. The skull was crushed
and the ribs broken, and in addition the body
showed evidences of having been boiled. There
is as yet no clew to the perpetrators of the
Almost an Epidemic at Beaver Falls.
1SPECIAI. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.!
Beavek Falls, October 28. Owing to the
number of cases of diphtheria, scarlet and
typhoid fever. Burgess Piper will to-morrow
issne a proclamation calling upon the citizens
to pay strict attention to the sanitary condition
of their premises.
SHE IS UOW A PEINCESS.
Another American Heiress Has Wedded a
Bankrupt European Title.
IBV CABLE TO THE DISPATCH. J
IiOKDOJT. October 28. Copyright. Clara
Elizabeth Huntington, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Collis P. Huntington, of New York, be
came Princess Hatzfeldt at the chapel of the
Korean Catholic Oratory, in South Kensington,
this morning, the bride having accepted that re
ligion with her husband. The chapel walls were
banked with flowers, and, although the Hunt
ingtons were in mourning, and invitations were
limited to immediate friends and relatives, a
distinguished gathering was present. The cere
mony was performed by the Bt Rev.W. L. Pat
terson, Bishop of JEmanus and of St. Mary's,
Westminster, assisted by the clergymen of the
oratory. Low mass was celebrated, and a semi
choral service given. The bride wore a travel
ing dress of green velvet trimmed with sable,
and togue to match also trimmed with sable.
Her ornaments were diamond earrings, the gift
of her mother, and diamond shoulder knots, the
gift of her brother. The bridesmaid was Miss
Sherrill, of Washington, who has been traveling
in Europe with Miss Huntington and Mrs. Jonn
Sherwood for several months. Miss Sherrill
wore heliotrope velvet with togue to match. The
best man was Count Herman Hatzfeldt, the son
of the German Ambassador to .England, and
v; cousin ox tne groom.
'er Those present were the father and mother of
" itl bride. Princess Gabrielle, the groom's
Smother; Count Hatzfeldt, the German Am-
bassador, the German's uncle; Lady Herbert of
, - lVea, godmother of the bride; Count and Count
ess Xe AJthan, sister and brother-in-law of the
t groom; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Ismay, Mr.
' jind Mrs. Leslie Btepben, Sir William Mackin
nonand Mrs. Mackinnon, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Guedella, Count and Countess Lutzen and Mrs.
., John Sherwood. Prince Alfred De Hatzleldt
WHdenberg. the father of tb jrroom, wag not
S resent, navine been taken ill at Wiesbaden on
in way to London.
The presents were: Pearl and diamond
bracelets and silver-mounted traveling bag from
Princr Hatzfeldt; diamond necklace, Princess
Hatzleldt; parure of diamonds, two rows of
solitaires fastened with diamonds, large dia
mond locket and diamond solitaire and brace
let, Mr. Collis P. Huntington; large diamond
sun and diamond earrings, Mrs. Collis P. Hunt
ington; diamond shoulder knots, Mr. Archer
Huntlsgtoo; Blb!o aad rosar"' specially blessed
T the Pope. Lady Herbert of Lea, godmother
01 tha bride; solid silver Inkstand and tray and
antique -RomaaTtaap, Messrs. Beryman.and
Turnoull; Queen's Mrt&day book, Mr. and Mrs.
Ivory, Mr. Whitelaw Reifl: gold repousse tray,
copy of antique, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ismay.
Alter the ceremony the party drove to tho
German embassy, where breakfast was had,
after which the bridal couple left for Castle
Schonstein, the family seat of the .Hatztelds,
on the Rhine, where they will spend the honeymoon.
HIS POUR AGES BEATEN.
A Lucky Three-Card Draw Surprises a Vet
Memphis, October 28. J. Percy Alston went
to Judge Dubose. of the Criminal Court, this
afternoon and told a curious story. He said he
was a Mississippian, and came to Memphis a
year ago to engage in business. He had $3,000
or $4,000, most of which he invested in a feed
store. Tho business prospered, but he got
poorer instead of richer. The reason was that
he hungered too constantly for the seductive
jack-pot. and the cards didn't come his way.
His taste was gratiiied in a gambling house
kept by S. M. Ormsby, who made one in a quiet
game that invariably left the feed merchant as
tight as a cork. In a short while his ready cash
was gone. He sold out his business, and the
price thereof went the same way. He returned
to Mississippi and sold his last remaining prop
erty. Yesterday he returned to the city with
tho proceeds of tho sale, $375, and engaged In a
game at Ormsby's place. There were four In
rt, including the proprietor.
Tho first round resulted in a fat jack pot It
was Ormsby's deal, and Alston found three
aces. He opened the pot for 2i Three
-passed out. Ormsby stayed, and made it $50 to
play. Alston stood it, drew two cards and
caught another ace. Ormsby dealt himself
three cards. The betting began, and waxed
fast and furious. Finally Allston pnt up his
whole roll on the hand, showed down bis four
aces and reached for the pile. "Hold on
there," said Ormsby. displaying his cards. He
had a sequence flush, and, of course, he took
"1 never squealed when he won my feed
store; and I wouldn't do it now," said Alston to
the Judge. Tm a thoroughbred, and can take
my medicine. But when a man deals me four
aces and then gives himself a sequence flush
on a three-card draw, 1 kick."
TheJndge sent the young Mississippian to
LATE NEWS IS BRIEF.
The Pope has sent to Miss Caldwell a vain
able present and an autograph letter congratu
lating ber upon her coming marriage to Prince
At the launching of a Greek iron-clad at
Havre M. Delyannis. the Greek Minister, was
emphatio in his references to the increased
friendship between France and Greece.
Henry Horwitz. a New York diamond,
broker, committed snicide yesterday by shoot
ing himsell in the right temple with a pistol of
small caliber, while in bis offlso on the third
floor of No. 17 Maiden Lane.
A letter from Chairman Cooley. of the
Inter-State Commerce Commission, received
from his home at Ann Arbor, Mich., states that
he is steadily recovering from his late illness,
and that he expects within a short time to re
turn to his official duties at Washington.
The spread of diphtheria and scarlet fever
at Lawrence, Jlass., has become so alarming
that in all the Catholic churches the priests
Sunday warned the people not to visit from
bouse to house an; more than was necessary.
It is stated that no funerals of the victims of
these diseases will be allowed from the
Caleb DInsmore, aged 75, committed suicide
at Claremont, N. H., yesterday by placing the
muzzle of a gun to one of his eyes and firing
the gun witn a cane. He left a note saying
that he must soon die ftom cancer, and pre
ferred not to suffer. He had made arrange
ments for his funeral, even to laying ont a suit
Of clothes in which he wanted to be buried.
t Joseph Hoffman, a burglar, attempted to
break into the house of William H, Kohns, in
Mount Joy, Pa,, early Sunday morning, and
was shot by Kohns, the ball entering the left
lung and inflicting, it' is thought, a fatal in
jury. Hoffman is at the Lancaster hospital
supposed to be dying. He is a native of Bavaria
and been in this conntry seven years. Latterly
he lived in Montgomery county, Pa.
The Abilene, Kan., bank, owned by Mayor
C H. Debold and Colonel J. M. Fisher, sns
p ended yesterday, creating great excitement,
as it has been considered the strongest finan
cial institution in Central Kansas. Deposits
amount to 200,000, principally local. Redis
counts and individual loans swell liabilities to
$100,000. The firm claims to own $600,000 worth
of real estate and notes, and say they will pay
in full if given time to realize.
At Chicago Cleveland G. Arnold has been
arrested by a postohice insnector for a novel
method of swindling. His scheme was simple
but effective. He wonld watch the columns of
the various marriage journals and when he saw
an advertisement that suited him would write
to the advertiser. His victims were alwas
men. Arnold assumed the role of an innocent
and gentle girl desirous of finding a husband.
Inclosing a portrait of a handsome woman Ar
nold was snre to receive a reply. A correspond
ence wonld then be opened and in a very short
time Arnold wonld receive a sum of money
from bis distant admirer, sent for the purpose
of defraying the railroad expenses of the yonng
girl on her trip to her admirer's home.
From a canvass of the House of Represen
tatives it Is reported that Mr. Reed, of Maine,
leads in the race for the speakership with 59
votes, while McKinley has 54 votes in sight,
Cannon, of Illinois, being third with 31 votes;
Burrows fourth with 10, and Henderson, of
Iowa, with 12. This canvass Is interesting as
much for what it promises in the way of second
choice as for what it shows for first choice. It
will take 85 votes to name a speaker in the Re
publican caucus. McKinley is the second
choice of 126 members, while Reed is second
choice of only 85, including tae 59 who are for
him as a first choice. But il it comes to a sec
ond choice Cannon may get 76 votes, taking
some from both Reed and McKinley.
Not less than 75,000 Michigan farmers have
joined the Patrons of Husbandry since last
May. and the number is increasing every weeic
Tiey threaten to become the controlling power
in the politics of the State, and then to spread
over the entire country. The Patrons claim to
have been forced into being by the monopolies
and trusts, and they propose to organize a com
bination tht will strike terror to the hearts of
their enemies. At present the Patrons are de
voting themselves exclusively to the merchants,
and in every town where they have a foothold
they enter into an iron-clad contract with one
dealer in each line of trade to purchase only
from him, exacting a pledge that they shall not
be charged to exceed 12 per cent advance on
IS a complaint from which many stiff ex
and few are entirely free. Its cause
is indigestion and a sluggish liver, the
core for which is readily found in the
rise ol Ayers Pills.
" I have found that for sick headache,
caused by a disordered condition of the
stomach, Ayer's Pills are the most re
liable remedy." Samuel C. Bradburn,
"After the use of Ayer's Pills for
many years, in my practice and family,
I am justified in saying that they are an
excellent cathartic and liver medicine
sustaining all the claimsmade for them."
W. A. Westtall, M. D., V. P. Austin
& Jf. "W. Eailway Co., Burnet, Texas.
"Ayer's Pills are the hest medicine
known to me for regulating the bowels,
and for all diseases caused hy a dis
ordered stomach and liver. I suffered
for over three years from headache, in
digestion, and constipation. I had no
appetite and was weak and nervous
most of the time. By using three boxes
of Ayer's Pills, and at the same time
dieting myself, I was completely cured."
Philip Lockwood, Topeka, Kansas.
"I was troubled for years with indi
gestion, constipation, and headache. A
few boxes of Ayer's Pills, used in small
daily doses, restored me to health.
They are prompt and effective." W. H.
Strout, Meadvflle, Pa.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Bold by all Druggists and Sealers in Medicine.
BLOOKER'S DUJCH COCOA.
150 CUPS FOR SI.
CHOICEST, PUREST. BEST. TRY IT.
The Great English Complexion SOAP.
V CASES DECIDED.
Affirmations, Reversal and Other Disposi
tions of Cases Appealed.
In the Supreme Courtycsterday tha case of
Eisemsingervs Elsemsinger, an appeal from
the Common Fleas of Greene county, was af
firmed; Hartman Steel Company, appeal from
Common Pleas of Beaver county, affirmed;
Kearney vs First National Bank of Clarion,
error Common Pleas, Clarion county, affirmed:
B. Renner vs David; Hoadly et al, error
Common Pleas, Greene county, affirmed;
Burgess and Town Council of Curwinsvilie,
appeal from Common Pleas, Clexrfield county,
amrmed; Citizens' Fire Insurance Company,
appeal .from Common Pleas, Westmoreland
county, affirmed; Echols vs Barnes, error Com
mon Pleas, enango county, reversed; Gaskell
and Miller vs E. Crawford and others, appeal
Common Pleas, Armstrong county, quashed;
Isabella Elliott vs Oil City, appeal from
Common Pleas, Venango county, affirmed;
Neale's appeal from C. P.. Union conntv, decree
affirmed; Friday vs Standard, error to C P.,
Mercer county, affirmed; Summervijle's plea
from Orphans' Court, Armstrong county,
affirmed; Hasner vs Abell, error, C P., Cambria
county, affirmed; overseers of Plnm creek vs
borough, error, C. P., Armstrong connty,
affirmed; JennintrssBeaL error, C. P.. Arm
strons county, affirmed; Wellcndorf vs Kramer
and wife, error, C.P., Jefferson county, affirmed;
in republic road in Upper Yoder to wnshJn,erTor,
Quarter Sessions, Cambria county, reversed;
bcharfers appeal, error to Common Pleas
Armstrong countv, affirmed; Robert Sleekman
vs J. P. Schell, error. Common Pleas. Somerset
county, affirmed; Susan Melvln vs H. W.
Melvln, error. Common Pleas Mercer county,
affirmed; Ormsby Coal Company. Lim., vs
Thomas Bestwick, error, Common Pleas, Mer
cer county, affirmed; Gross, appeal from Quar
ter Sessions Westmoreland connty, affirmed;
LIndsey vs Stranahan, error to Common Pleas
Meicer connty, affirmed.
appetite is generally restored to
delicate children by the use in tonic dose
of Dr. D. Jayne's Tonic "Vermifuge; and not
only an appetite, but strength and vigor as
well. "While essentially a strengthener, it
is also an excellent vermifuge; and if these
pests of childhood are present, there is no
better, safer or cheaper remedy. Bold by all
Don't Take Any Others.
Ask your grocer for Marvin's XXX Gin
ger Snaps, XXX Soda Crackers, Royal
Fruit Biscuit, Little Gem Farina Crackers.
They are the best zrssu
A large lot of dollar silk warp cashmeres
placed on sale this morning at 75c. Choicest
shades. Boaas & Buhl.
To the benefit of club tickets at Aufrecht's
Elite Gallery, 516 Market street, and still
holding same, should call early and avoid
Cabinet photos, SI per doz. Lies' Pop.
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st. TTSU
Dolls Given Away
This week to all purchasers in our infants'
department Fleishman & Co.
Mnrrlase Licenses Granted Yesterday.
Nine. - Besldenee.
Joseph Tonezssvzevzski Allegheny
(Eva Lowadowski Allegheny
5 Joseph L. Btegm&nn Sbaler township
I Katie M. Y ester Shaler township
f AlberG. Holt Pittsburg
I Mary E. Handler Cereda, W- Va.
J Patrick McCarroll Pittsburg
(Mary Qnlnn l'ittsbnrg
f Patrick Tobln Pittsburg
( Johanna Keere Pittsburg
Benjamin Kehrer Pittsburg
( Ursula Lynch Pittsburg
( Joseph Dezort Allegheny
(Barbara Larva Allegheny
(James W. Penny...., McKeesport
( Lizzie M. Wilson McKeesport
f William Cairns Collier township
( Polly Hawkins Collier township
(Thomas Madden Pittsburg
( Anna Golden Pittsburg
(James M. Perry Pittsburg
(Julia P. Ward Pittsburg
( William L. Miller , Pittsburg
( Jeanette Hanlln .. ; Pittsburg
( Joseph Golden: Penn township
(Belle A. Shlrey Penn township
J Casper Perks Tarentum
( Susan Schmltt ......Natrona
( William. Llnhart Pittsburg
(Viola M. Potts Katrona
William Beybold -..Pittsburg
I Monlka Kapp Allegheny
(William P. Stolz j Pittsburg
(John P. Wilson '.Pittsburg
( Margaret Campbell Woodville
( John K. Born Pittsburg
(EmmaM. Buhl , Pittsburg
( Charles V. Deschler Keserve township
I OltUla Derbeck Allegheny
( Charles A. Porter West Deer township
I Mary A. Morris ' West Deer township
(John Green Pittsburg
( Annie J. Grimes Pittsburg
(Edward U. Hopple Allegheny
( Annie C. Hembold Butler connty
DA7S0N-0n Sunday. October 27, 1SS9, at
10:30 P. m., Jakes Dawson, in his 79th year.
Funeral from his late residence, Ohio Town
ship, on Tuesday at 2 o'clock p. ar. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
KERR On Sunday, October 27, 1SS9, at 5 A.
h., Thomas Kerb, aged 84 years.
Funeral services at his late home, corner
Penn and Lang avenuesTwenty-second ward.on
Tuesday, the 29th inst, at 9:30 A. K. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
Carriages will leave the office of Thomas B.
Moreland, No. 6100 Penn avenue, at 9 A. M. In
terment at Mt Lebanon, Pa. 2
MONTGOMERY On Sunday, October 27,
at 730 A. M., Thomas Montgomery, Sr., in
his SOth year, member of One Hundred and
csecona negiment, rennsyivama volunteers.
Funeral from the residence of his son, J. S.
Montgomery, corner McCandless and Keystone
streets, Tuesday, October 29, at 2 p. m.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
O'REAGAN At the residence'of her cousin,
John O'Reagan, No. 477 Bedford avenue, on
Saturday, October 28, 18S9, Ellen O'REAQan.
Funeral Tuesday mobnino at S:30 o'clock.
Services at St Bridget' s Church at 9 o'clock.
Friends of the family are respectf ally invited
to attend. 2
PHILLIPS On Sunday, October 27, at 11 A.
il, Eleanob Phillips, in the C9th year of her
Funeral will take place on Tuesday apteb
nook, at 2 o'clock, from her late residence. No.
61 Cedar avenue, Allegheny, to which friends
of the family are cordially invited to attend.
SCOTT On Monday. October 28. 1889. at
12:15 A. m.,Mbs. Rose Scott, in the 66th year
of hor age.
Funeral from her late residence, 24 Mercer
street, on WEDNESDAY.October 30, at 2 o'clock
p. li. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend. 2
SLACK On Saturday evening, October 26,
1889. at S o'clock, Emma J., beloved wife of Jos.
Slack, in the 26th year of her age.
Funeral from her late residence, 3S Townsend
street, Tuesday aftebnoon at 2 o'clock.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend, 3
"WAGNER On Sunday morning. October
27, 1889. at 10:15, Theodore a Waqnee, son
of Charles T. and Margaretta Wagner, de
ceased, in the 10th year of bis age.
Funeral services will be held at 51 Pennsyl
vania avenne, Allegheny, on Tuesday apteb
noon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend. 2
JAMES ARCHIBALD BRO-
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES,
H7.U9 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below
Smithheld st, next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages for funerals,S3. Carriages for operas,
parties, tc, at the lowest rates. All new car-
riages. Telephone communication. myl-U-TT3
pEPRESENTEU Eh P1TTSB0RG IN lad
Assets . 39071,69633.
Insurance Co. of North Aftnerica,
. Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. E4 Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-s
WESTERN INSURANCE CO.
NO. 411 WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIM1CK, President
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President
fe22-26-TTS WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
Ie every town, to sell
THE LIFE OF
HARRIET BEECHER STOWE,
Author of "Uncle Tom's'Cabin." ,
3r her son. CHARLES E. STOWE. '
UVirtftnn and tflrritnrv jiTmlr tnt.- 6r.
r TTnrTn t-rrTn"iTtrzx.rf Eit txt, mrtVS
jysll East Seventeenth stree VNeWiYork!
To reduce stock we offer a
large number of patterns of
This offering consists of ex
cellent patterns in the best
quality of Moquettes, and can
not last long, as soon as this
unusual opportunity for house
keepers becomes generally
Come early for a good choice.
Besides our regular line of Body
Brussels at 85c, we now offer a large
variety of handsome patterns and
colorings and best quality of Brom
ley, Lowell, Hartford and Bigelow
FROM 9, nr AND
Also a good assortment of
From HK CTS. to KKCTS.
33 FIFTH AVENUE.
Ladles' Silk Vests, L. N.N. S., cream, sky
and pink, at 75c
Ladies' Silk Vests.L. N. N. S., in cream,
sky and. pink. "This is the best quality ye
have ever shown at the price, 51, all sizes.
Ladies' Silk Vests, in better grade, in
cream and colors, $1 CO for size 2 and 3, and
?1 75 for 4 and C.
Still better grade in colors for S2,all sizes.
Ladies' Silk Vests. L. N. N. S..in white.
52 to ?2 50, and the very finest China Silk,
in whites and colors, 3 25 to ?3 75 accord
in); to size.
Ladies' H. N. E. A. Silk Vests, in ecru,
$2 for all sizes, same as sold last spring for
$2 50. Bptter quality in pure white at $3 50.
Ladles' H. N. L. S Silk Vests from ?1 CO
to 5, each in various qualities and weights.
Ladles' Silk Combination Suits, Jenn'ess
Miller styles, fine qnality, extra value at
$7 50, suit almost as cheap as wool.
Ladies' Silk and Wool Vests, in low neck
and no sleeves, high neck and ribbed arm,
and high neck and long sleeves.
Ladies' English Novia Silk Vest and
Drawers in three, six and nine' thread
weights, prices the lowest
Silk Shirts for infants in low neck, H. N.
E. A. and high N. L. sleeves.
In our Glove Department we are showing
a ladies' 4-bntton P. K. Kid Gloves. New
fresh goods, desirable shades. Spear point
embroidery, only $1 25 per pair.
Also a ladies' 4-button Suede Kid, nar
row embroidery, browns, slates and tans.
An extra nice quality at $1 per pair.
Also a fall line of Suede and Glace Kid
Gloves, in light, medium and dark shades
and in all qualities.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH A. VENUE,
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillings from $1 up. Amalgars, GOc;
silver, 75c; white alloy, h .?
Gold Crowns 4 specialty. ' ,
- e' i- , : .13R.-J. M.-.MCCLAHEN.-
:k j. jirs.iL hzjt- a .lAnran&flKie,
Corner EmUhfleld and Fourth avenue
B. & B.
Tuesday, October 29.
20 per cent less than .the
market is the way we' have
just bought, a very large "lot
of a celebrated make
' BLACK SILKS,'
Every yard guaranteed, "90c,
$1 10, ' $1 25, $1 35 -and
$i 50. Black Silk values
without an equal. If you
wish to save' money on fine
Black Silks see this impor
Elegant new styles in Satin
and Armure Royale Black
Striped Silks at $ 1 25.
Evening Silks and rich
Novelties at prices that are
B0GGS & BUHL,
115,117,119.121 Federal st.,Allegheny.
Purchasers of the above will find it greatly
to their advantage to Inspect our line of
- MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
We are not only showing a superior line of
Prices from $12 to $25,
But also some WONDERFDL VALUES. Ages
4 to 12 years, from
$4 -bo $8-
We are now showing tbe Newest Styles in
KILT BUITS and OVERCOATS, both in our
own and Eastern manufacture.
HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR
This department is VERY ATTRACTIVE.
Prices Positively the Lowest
Latest Novelties. In Ladles' Jewelry, Collars
and Cuffs, Dress Trimmings, Handkerchiefs,
A, G, CAMPBELL & SONS,
710 Penn avenue, 710.
PENN BUILDING. . -
Open until 9 P. 5t Saturdays.
Or the Liquor Habit Positively Cured
by Administering Or. Haines'
It can be given in a cup or coffee or tea wltbout
tbe knowledge of tbe person taking It: Is abso
lutely harmless, and will effect a permanent and
speedy cure, whether the patient Is a moderate
drinker or an alcohtllc wreck. Thousands of
Drunkards have been made temperate men who
have taken Golden Specific In their coffco without
their knowledge and to-day believe thev quit
drinking from their own free will. ITMEVEB
FALLS. The system once Impregnated with tbe
Specific, It becomes an utter impossibility for the
liquor appetite to exist. For sale by A". J.ltankln,
Sixth and .Penn ave.. Pittsburg; E. Bolden Co.,
63 E. federal st., Allegheny. Tirade supplied by
Oeo. A. Kcllv & Co.. J? lttKburg. Fa. ae&-5S-Tis
By a thorough knowledge ot tho natural laws
wbicb govern the operations of digestion and
nutritlon,and and by a careful application of tbe
fine properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps
has prodded our breakfast tables with a deli
cately flavored beverage which may save ds
many heavy doctors' bills. It is by tbe judicious
use of sucb articles of diet that a constitution
may be gradually built up Until strong enough
to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds
of subtle maladies are floating around us ready
to attack wherever tbere is a weak point. Ve
may escapo many a fatal shaft by keeping our
selves well fortified with, pure blood and a prop
erly nourished frame." Civil Service Gazette.
Made simply with boilingwaterormilk. Sold
only in half pound tins by Grocers, labeled thus:
Jas.Epps &Co. dW,ffioKa
JAS. MNEHj & BBO.,
B0LLEB3, PLATE AND SHEET-IRON
PATENT SHEET IRON ANNEALTNQ
With an Increased capacity and bydraullo
machinery we are prepared to furnish all work
in our line cheaper and better than by the old
methods. Repairing and general machine
work. Twenty-ninth street and Allegheny Val
ley Railroad. feo-55-Trs
SNAP NO. 5
Will consist of a general reduction on the prices of the Guns, Rifles, etc., we have remain
ing on band at present jhobert Rifles, $2, $3, $4 60r Doable-barrel Breech-loading Shot
Guns, twist barrels, rebounding pistol grip, choke tjore, top action, at $12, other stores' sell
the same gun at J20; Loaded Shells, 52 per 100; 25 Brass Shells, 50c; 250 Wads, 10c;,
Loading Tools, S5c, 75c, Jl 23; Powder Flasks, 25c; Belts, 23c; Double Action Revolvers,'
SI 60 and up. Don't forget the name and number.
IEC. SZMZIT, 934
Send for our complete catalogue; free of
f AIIT.IHM W. L. Douglas' name and tne price are stamped on the bottom ol a
UHU I IVJlV Shoes advertised by him before leaving his factory; this protects tha
wearers against high prices and Inferior goods. Take none unless so stamped, nor be deceived
by others claimed to be as good, on wbicb dealers make more profit, but send direct to factory,
and receive bv return mail what you want. State kind, button, congress or lace, wldo or narrow
toe, size and width usually worn, and inclose price with order. Prompt delivery and satisfac
tion guaranteed. Address, W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton,. Mitt.
W. L DOUGLAS $3 AND $2 SHOES
Both Ladles' Shoes are made in sizes from 1 to
ST.YLES OF LADIES' SHOES..
"Tha French Opera," "The Spanish Arch Opera," ''Tha American Common-Sense," 'Th'
Medium Cimmon-Sense." All mado in Button in the Latest. Styles. Also, French Opera in
Front Lace, on 3 Shoe only.
CPFPI W.L. DOUGLAS GRAIN SHOE (lacad) for Gentlemen, with heavy teset
, s w-- -( anu siricMj CTMioruruoitis just
Tfi v-jrl ? ' -r " f .. jc tatw- cj.jlu.E2' JL J.-' s
YOU WERE ALIVE
LAST WINTER YOU KNOW!
And'you will probably pull through the one dne
herein a month. It really don't take a long
head nor a long look ahead nor a long purse to
dies' Cloth Newmarkets, J5, $5, J3, $10 up to
T.adfaef ClnVt itA4nm1rma Gil vintmA
Ladies' Cloth Wraps, 23 0 up to $28 SO.
Ladies' Cloth Jackets. $2 up to 20.
Ladies' Seal Plush Sacqnes, f 16 60 up to $50.
LadieV Seal Plush Wraps, 5 up to J25.
Ladles' Seal Plusb Jackets. J10 up to S20.
FULL LINE OF CHILDREN'S WRAPS.
Children's Gretchens, 75,32 SO, $3 60, K up.
Misses' Newmarkets: 13. R 15, fS 60, $8 up.
The largest variety of Trimmed and TJntrlm
med Millinery in the two cities, and the lowest
Fleishman k Co.,
N. B. Dolls given away this week. ' oc29-D
Offer the following
FOR THIS WEEK
AND FABRIC GLOVES.
Ladies 4-bntton, Kid Gloves, ih black,
brown, tan and slate, at 7oo pair.
La'dies' 4-button Kid Gloves, in brown, tan
and slate, at 99o pair.
Ladies' 6-hook Kid Gloves, in black, brown,
tan and slate, at 99c pair. ' '
Ladies' 8-button Monsqnetaire, In all the
new shades of tan, at 79c pair.
Ladies' 8-buttoa Monsqnetaire Driving
Gloves at $1 99 pair. .
Ladies' 4-button Beal Kid Hand-sewed
Gloves, in all shades, at $1 49 pair.
Ladies' Cashmere Gloves, in black and
colored, at 25c pair.
Children's Cashmere Glores at 25a pel pair.
DRESS AND CLOAK TRIMMINGS.
Hew Braid Sashes, 3 yards long, from $1 99
to f4 50 each.
Persian Appliques, in all colors, from $1
to $2 25 per yard,
Persian Embroidery, in all colors, from 49o
to f4 49 per yard.
Silk Galloon, in all colors, from 24c to f 1 50,
Ornament Gimps, Silk and Mohair, from
69c to f3 74 per yard.
Silk Ornaments, with Pendants, from 39o
to 89c each.
Beaded Ornaments, with Pendants, from 19s
to $1 89 each.
Beaded Ornament Gimps from 74c to $3 74
Beaded Galloon from 49o to $1 24 per yard.
Girdles, in all colors, from 49c to 51 49 each.
Black and Colored Silk Fringe from 25c to,
4 49 per yard.
New Fringe Apron Fronts for Dresses,
?2 50 to $8 50
Fringe Panels,, Jl 99 and $3 99.
Braid Panels from 24c to $3 40.
Braid Sets irom 24a to $4 24.
Beaded Set3 from 59o to 53 49.
Ladies' and Misses' Woolen Hose.
Ladies' All-wool Hose, black, 25c.
Ladies' All-wool Black, fibbed, 39c. -
Ladies' Fine Cashmere Hose, .clack, 50c.
Ladies' Extra Fine Cashmere Hose, 59c.
Ladies' Black Cashmere Hose in extra
Ladies' Black Cashmere Hose in Opera
lengths. Children's Blacfc "Wool Hose, seamless, 19c.
Children's Black Wool Hose, ribbed or
Misses' Black French ' Bibbed Hose, all
Children's Black "WoolSose, double kneei,
Misses' Fine Cashmere Hose, 50c.
Boys' Bibbed "Wool Hose in all grades.
Sixth St and Penn Ave,
Liberty St., Cor. Smlthfleld.
charge to any address.
W, L. DOUGLAS
Our claims for this' shoe over all oihar 13 ihnai
It contains better material
It is more stylish, better fitting and durable.
It gives belter general satisfaction. '
li saves more money for tha consumer. '
Its great success h due to merit. t
It cannot be duplicated by any other maaufae.
turar. . "
It ia the best in the world, and hat a larger de.
mand than any other $3 shoe advertised.
CK flfin wil1 De Pald t0 any person" who will
T' uuu prove theabove statements to be untrue.
The following lino ot shoes will be found to be of
tbe same high standard of excellence.
$5 00 GENUINE HAND-SEWED SHOE.
$4 00 HAND-SEWED WELT SHOE.
J3 SO POLICE AND FARMERS' SHOE.
$2 50 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE.
$2 25 WORKINQMAN'S SHOE. ' -;
00 GOOD.WEAR SHOE. ",
00 and $1 73 BOYS' SCHOOL 'SHOES.
.All made in Congress, Button and Lace. ' '
7. including half sizes: and B. C. 1). E and EE
out. .tv'l uuuuuno. dtockior. m ,.'
And Men in All
Are with you in your efforts to get the best goods for the least amtuntv
of money possible. The goods mentioned below, at prises namsdi'l
cannot be equaled by any other
PAPER. In fact that's the kind of "Ra&Oe-daxsIe" some Mse
have" been giving you for some time past, but when it comes dewn fit
solid facts,,best goods and quality for the least money, we are
you six days in every week and don't yvuforget.it.
every cent of $14,
for $10 only.
value at $15,
for $10 only.
. $5 to $8.
73c, 98c and
' $8 up.
Sack Suits, Cut-
away, Straight Cut
$3 60 only.
$3 to $8.
Suits, all latest
$8 to $30.
$4 and $5.
rETort? -fclb-e Boys
Prices which will commend
very dressy ,
$5 to $12.
$1 50 to $6.
Cliild's Kilt Suits,
plaited front and
back, with belt,
$2 50 to $5.
Child's every day
wear Kilt Suits,
$2 to $5.
13 to 18 yearsf
$2 50 to $16.
' for ages
8 to 18 years,
$4 to $8.
$3 to $10.
$5 to $15.
2-piece Kilt Suits,
plain or fancy
$3 60 to $8.
4 to 12 years,
$2 to $10.
HTai3S3 Caps, jTuLn7XitsL
For Men, for Boys, for Children.
Men's Silk ' Men's T'lflH
Hats, Stiff Fine J9D
. latest styles, Mats, satin WfgjgBB
$198 to $6 50. 89c vp.- $1 4ie $JmKM
', Child' 8 Jockey Child's Tom CMi'jKM
'Caps, in velvet, ' O'Shanters, in Square', jB
cloth and plush, plush and velvet, Joshoy frgBD
. 44c ta$l 49. 98c to $1 98. f 4MJjJ9fl
jf Men's Boys' Corkscrew "'fBill
'-"' Soft Felt Turbans, x " Crush' JmmWM
Mats, fancy Uned, various wB5BWl
98c to $2 49. 44c to $1 24 fr SlfSSMm
: - 3 ' tnilliM
Boys' - Boys' ' FtnepJm. ygjffli
' Cassimere .Soft Fur. Mats, Ceier "fifljBrolj
Windsor Caps,- unHned, 4srsdSmndSU
29c to 84c. ' 49c to 98c. wgrfftjMte, wi'JHBM
, ' - ,. -m i "" "a. iam
Qehuine Imp. " AU WeH CMMrH
' Scotch Wool Socks, Socks, ., AUWsiiKL
, worth 44c, extra value, JoaiiajS?M
for 84c only. 17eeny. T f'i
PHENOMENAL BARGAINS IN FOOTWI
For Ladies, Misses, Men, Beys and Chttttrm.
- Fine Calf
$2 50 and $3.
$1 and $1-251
85c and $1 id.
Fine 'Opera, ,
Important 2foHce.TMs fs posltUielj the last: week of em
away a large ana oiegant Jjmner
amount of $5 or upward in our Men's er xenm's
Send us your name and address
and send you regularly every moniheneefem ntiutrated
Doty our Boys and Girls call for
ing Seek. Full particulars therein of grand uuinjuHmii
in money prices.
house in this MtyONIiX OJ
Very Stylish ,.
. worth $19,
' for $12.emty. -
$3 50, $4ie.$S?
Suits, $15 to $3g
coats and vests?
$10 to $25.
$io s. q
themselves to every Mother
jiueteet tn every p
and we'll put yen on
one of our Tsuhg
i . Beys' "CsmitZM I