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ER MF YEARS
Elfllaii Arrested for a Double Mur-
fder and Kouliery in France.
IrOWDKELT IS STILE. A FREEMAN.
SfiVProposes to Hate TronWa for Those
2L1 TUB SEWS PE011 KEAEBI TOWNS
IITICtJW. TELtCBAU Q THB DIRPlTCn.
Philupsbueo, December 19. Xavier
Francis Picavex, alias ,Frank Franklip, a
Frenchman, was arrested at Pardee mines,
near this place, lost night by Detective J.
G. Benning, or New York City.and CapUin
Harry Simler, of the local police, on charge
of murder and robberies committed in
France four years ago. Picaver and a com
rade uere arrested at the time for the strancu
Htion ot a wealthy gentleman and bis daugh
ter, and while his comrade was convicted and
pnmsned, Plcarez sncceded In mtUng his es
cape, fleeing to this country.
A persistent search was made for the crim
inal, and wnile traces of him had several times
teen found, every attempt to oanture him
proved without avail until his arrest here. He
was at last traced to Coal Bluff. Washington
county, where he sailed under different name,
coming to this place in August. He Ii 3S years
old, and has a wife and lour children in his
native country. He admits to the robberies,
tut denies having committed the murder ills
appearance represents a villain of the lowest
cast. He was taken tolf cw York to-day, and
will be extradited.
I A CAR SEETICE ASSOCIATION
Organized by tiro Kailroads In the Blahontnc
and Miennnco Toilers.
SPECIAL TELEGRAM TOIHE DISPATCH.
OfoUNGSTOWN, December 19 Representa
tives of all the railroads in the Mahoning ana
Bhenango Valleys, with the exception of the
Pittsburg and Western, held a meeting here
tbis afternoon at the Todd House, for the pur
pose of organizing a Car Service Association,
A. 1L Tucker, General Superintendent of the
'KowYork. Pennsylvania and Ohio road, was
elected Chairman, the following being In
attendance: Superintendent fc. Holbrook and
General Acent Myron Wood, of the Pittsburg
and LaVe Erie Railroad; Division Superintend
ent C K. Fitch, General Freicbt Acent b. r.
'Shane. Division Freight Agent J. It Hendei
son, of the New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio
'Railroad; General Superintendant Taylor, Di
vision Superintendent J. M. Kimball, Division
Freight Agents J. P. Orr and a F. Perkins, of
the Pennsylvania Company; General Superin
tendent P. P. Wright, Division Superintendent
G. H. Mclntyre, Assistant Superintendent T.
W. Kiles, Calvin Pierce, agent of the Lake
Shore road: W. W. Holsey. Superintendent
Estern New York and Pittsburc; Superintend
ent Trubyot the Sharpsvllle Railroad. A. M.
bunmons. Manager Car Association of Cleve
land. A constitution and by-laws was adopted, the
name selected being -The Mahoning and
Shenango Valley Car Service Association."
Though not represented, it is understood the
the Pittsburg and Western will join the asso
ciation. The association adjourned to meet
here Friday, December 27. when officers will
be elected and a general manager appointed.
POWDEELT NOT ARRESTED.
He Declares That He Will Pash the Blatter
In the Conns.
rSTZCLAX. TXLIQBAX TO THE DISrATCH.1
Scsaxton, December 19. Constable Wash
ahaugh, of Westmoreland county, who has a
warrant lor General Master Workman Pow
derly on the eharee of conspiracy, preferred
by ex Representative Edward Callaghan, of
Ecottdale, has not yet arrived here. Mr.
Powderly said to-day: "I know nothing more
about the case than what I have seen in the
newspapers. I presume it is a revival of the
charge of conspiracy I don't know Callaghan,
although he claims to have met me in the
Bingham House, Philadelphia, on the 7th of
April, 1S7. If he did meet me there at that
time he was not at his post of duty, as he
Kbonld bars been at the K. of Ii convention!
which opened at HarrUburc that day. There
is no donbt that my name has been used by
Callajcban's opponent, but I cannot help toac
X!iavabcen .made the victim of what appears
to be a sort of persecution. -fc i
When I go to some places I am hauled into
court as a witness to the character of some
worthless fellow I nave sever seen. It seems
to be a systematic job, audit costs me consid
erable time and money. I may have my tickets
purchased and be ready to depart from a town,
when along comes a subpoena that compels me
to change my plans and pay my way to the
town In which the court Is held."
Mr. Powderly has been told that Scranton
parties are urging Callaghan on to injure him,
and he declares he will push the matter in the
courts and make these parties show their
PLANS FOR CO-OPERATION.
TheHnlshtsol Kiabor Anxious to OlokeSnch
trrrCtAL TELIGKAM TO THE DISPATCH.!
Ecottdale, December 19. The Delegate
Convention of the Knights of Labor concluded
the consideration of the new scale to-day. The
vote will not be made public until January 9,
when it wOl be presented to the operators by a
committee appointed for that purpose. The
rote was but silently altered from the original
draft as presented by the committee, thoughlt
is' intimated that many additions have been
made. After the adoption of the .scale the
question of co-operative distribution was taken
up, and the following resolution was adopted:
'Whebeas, Tbe beneficial results of co-operative
distribution among the working people Is
apparent, and believing (bat Its beneficial results
should be applied in tbe coke region, therefore,
Kesolvcd, That we the members of the K. of L.
establish cooperative Institutions In the coke
regions on, tbe following basis: All members to
pay f 1 permontb for the first five months. Tbe
moner to be kept In the treasuries of the local
assemblies until tbe fund aggregates 3.000. It
shall then be decided by a vote where tbe first
institution ebsll be located and afterward estab
This resolution was submitted f o the locals
for Indorsement and will De reported on at the
regularly quarterly convention, which will be
held January 10. It was decided to suspend
work on New Year's Day. Messrs. M. P. Kane,
Peter Wise, John Angus and James Keegan
were elected delegates to the National Conven
tion at Columbus, On on January 10.
A PER DIEM PENSION BILL
Advocated by the Grand Army Pasts of
T Westmoreland County.
t rsrxciAi. tzlxobajc to tux dispatch
KjEEEJTsbuhq, December 19. A delegate
.convention of the members of the several posts
'of the G. A. R. of this county was held in tbe
-Court House to-day. There were about 400
representatives present. The object was to
consider the per diem bill, now pending in Con
gress. Speeches were made by prominent G.
AR- men, among them Colonel J. R. Oursler,
of-Latrobe, and Dr. T. I Crawford, ot this
place. Tbe following resolutions were adopted:
Iteoled. That It is our judgment that what Is
f'enerally known as the per dleaa bill now pend
or before Congress should become a law.
.Kesolved, That the bill known as tbe arrearage
, bill should have its date so changed as to allow all
applicants for pensions their arrearages. ,
resolved. That all soldiers and widows who
carebeen allowed pensions by special act of Con
gress shontd be allowed arrearages.
tSesoived, Ibstthe Chairman appoint fire per
sons on ways and means, of soldiers and citizens,
fornbe purpose of raising funds for soldiers'
Kcsolved. That tbe Chairman appoint five com
rades and five citizens to act In conjunction in the
selection ofa site for tbe proposed monument in
t FIGHTING FOR TWO ENGINES.
, A T-Ively Sfrurale Between a Conple of
" ' Buckeye Railroads.
" rsrECTAX. TZTXCKAM TO THE DISPATCH.!
.ZAWKVUiE, December 19. A speck of war
has arisen between the .Zanesvillo and Ohio
River and tbe Shawnee and Muskingum River
roads as to two engines which were taken by
tbe former road by force from a crew of the
latter road in October. A writ of replevin was
isssed.to the Shawnee and Muskiugnm road
and the Sheriff attempted to serve it late last
clrbt. He, with posse and a number of oB-
Tcers of, tbe Shawnee and Muskingum, obtained
'possession of the engines but while they were
Miring op the Zanesvllle and Ohio River officials
were notinefl and put In an appearance.
They Immediately derailed another oncineon
the main track across tbe switcn which con
nected tbe tracks, on which tbe engines ere
standing, with the main track. They next tore
up tbe switch track for some distance, and. not
; content with this, dumped a loaded coal car
across the .switch track. In defense of their
.action they say that while the Sheriff can bare
t"- QK JC - - -- "
the engines on tbe writ, he baa w right to use
their track as t-natHs not in dispute, and no
writ was issued for it .
Warren J. Kceley Sick.
fSrCOAl, TEUGBAJt TO TBI DISPATCH.!
Reading, December 19, Warren J.
Keeley, Executive Clerk -under Governors
Hartrantt and Hoyt, and Chlet Clerk of
the Treasury since the death of State
Treasurer Hart, is dangerously ilk Mr, Keeley
went to Philadelphia en Saturday last, and
while on the way was seized with the illness
which threatens his life. He has been In
delicate health for several years, owing to a
stroke of paralysis.
The Stolen Property Retained.
JSFECIAL TELXOUAM TO TEX DISrATCH.I
WbosTKB. O., December 19. The diamond
bracelet stolen fro the residence of H. O.
Orth, a former Pittsburger, and for which
theft WilUam Eakln and Hartley Shaffer were
sentenced to the penitentiary, was found on
the floor of a room at the Orth residence,
having been thrown through the window by
'Contributions Front School Children.
The Twenty-sixth ward schools have em
barked In charitable work. Afew days ago
the pupils were notified that an opportunity
would be given to each one to donate some use
ful article as a Christmas girt for the benefit of
the poor on that side of the river. Every child
contributed something, and there is a great pile
of eatables and wearing apparel In the school
building to be distributed next Tuesday. The
directors will see that everythlngis judiciously
Casey's old "Log Cabin" rye is especi
ally adapted for medicinal use. The pro
prietors guarantee its perfect purity, and it
is recommended by many well-known physi
cians, and defies competition at the price
which places it within reach of all. Put up
in lull quart bottles at S3 per gallon,
fs T. D, Casex & Co 971 Xiberty tt.
the Llnon Department far Holiday
Here are dainty doilies, tray cloths, lunch
cloths, square and oblong tidies, with
drawn work and in ontlined designs then
the fancy scarfs all sorts, 20 cents up to
finest see the odd Bulgarian scarfs at half
price. Jos. Hoekb & Ca's
Pena .Avenue Stores.
New Wall Fapert
The best designs and colorings of all the
Cbumetne, Bank & Bassect,
416 Wood st.
Slake Children Happy.
Just the thing lor the little ones Mar
vin's Christmas toys and animal cakes,
made especially to please childish hearts at
Christmas time. Grocers keep them, s
Elegant all-wool blankets at (5, (6, $8
and $10 grand ones a$" f IB your own ad
jectives for the (45 ones. Good, stout, all
wool blankets at $3 75 also.
Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
.' Penn Avenue Stores.
Great bargains in silks.
Enable & Srustee, 35 Fifth are.
For Christmas Morning.
Ladies' Persian, monkey, seal, astrakhan,
beaver and lynx shoulder capes. ,
C, A. Smiley & Co,
This Week. This Week
For bargains in holiday goods.
Enable & Shdstee, 35 Filth ave.
Blanket!, Blankets. Blankets.
$3 75-S5, ?6, $8. SIO-SIS-SIS.
Visit this great blanket room.
Bargains in Booth and Fox eiderdown
comforts; less than half price. Headrests
less than import cost
Jos. Hobne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores,
If you consult your bealth, you will use
only the purest liquors as found foreign
or domestic at MaxJHein's. Yon will in
variably meet with prompt attention and
get tuuasa vaiue, .
B? you wish to save money select -your
presents from the art department, at Harri
son's toy store, 123 Federal, st., Allegheny.
The Cheapest Place for Diamonds,
Pins, earrings, finger rings, scarf pins, etc,
at very low prices.
Jas. SIcKee, Jeweler, .
420 Smithfield st., one door below Diamond
st. Open every evening.
Colored silk dress patterns in surahs, gros
grains, failles.regence and all other popular
weaves, solid or combined with elegant bro
cades. Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Ale and porter are the correct drinks for
December, January and February. Frauen
heim & Yilsack's brews are the favorites
For Christians Morning-,
Gents' fur gloves. C A. Smiley & Co.
Gbeat bargains in white spreads, chenille
table covers and draperv silks.
Enable & Shus'tee, 35 Fifth ave.
Cash paid for old gold and silver, at
Hanch's, Ho. 295 Fifth avenue. T7FSU
For Christmas Morning,
Sleign and carriage robes.
C. A. Smiley & Co.
The largest variety at 21. Seibert & Co.'s,
Allegheny City. '
Holiday embroidered night shirts at
James H. Aiken & Cc's, 100 Fifth ave. .
Hosiery and Underwear.
Gloves and umbrellas, smoking jackets.
Enable & Shusieb, 35 Fifth ave.
For Christmas Morning,
Gents' fur gloves. C. A. Smiley & Co.
Ladies' gloves and silk hosiery for
Xmas. Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Pena Avenue Stores.
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 Sarsapanlla has
had wonderful success incurine this complaint.
It neutralizes tbe acidity of tbe blood and re
stores the vital fluid to healthy condition. If
you suffer from rheumatism, try Hood's Sar
saparlllaT "I have been suffering from an acute attack
of rheumatism, induced by a severe sprain ot
a once dislocated ankle joint, which caused
great swelling and intense pain. But one bot
tle of Hood's Sarsaparllla restored circulation,
cleansed the blood and relieved the pain so that
I am nearly well again. I regard Hood's Sar
sapanlla as standing at the head ot remedies
for purifying the brood and giving a healthy
tone to the system.1' L. T. Hurt, Spring,
"iiy husband had Inflammatory rheumatism
two years, and Hood's Sarsaparllla helped him
more than anything else." MBS. F. Axxxn.
son, Salem, Ina.
Bold by all druggists, tl: six for S3, Prepared
only by C. L HOOD4 cO Lowell, Mass.
(00 Doses One Dollar
BLOOKER'S DUJCH COCOA.
150 CUPS FOR ft.'
CHQICEBT. PDBE8T. BBBT. TRY IX
HM3BAY TABLE BELICAC1KS.
Lan-sjest Use Lowest Frleea.
Look for ear special card in next Sunday's
Dispatch. Btttersead for the Housekeep
er's Gnidc: It will post you on everything in
onr line; also contains valuable information
for all housekeepers- Storevopea till 9 P.M.
Wb. Haslaoe & Son,
18 Diamond Square, Pittsburg.
Betaking Jackets. "
Choice holiday present. Verylow prices.
Enable & Shusti 85 JFifth nve.
For Chrlatmaa Morning.
Sleigh and carriage robes.
C. A, Smiley &'Co.
Mnsle Boxes t Moslo Boxes!
The largest stock of the best make of
boxes at H. Kieber & Bro.'s, No. 06 Wood
For Christians Moraine, t
Pine seal sacques. 0. A. Smilet & Co.
Aranteur Photographic Outfits
Are inexpensive and give enduring pleas
ure. They are an unfailing source of amuse
ment, and are the most appreciated Smas
gift Sold by W. S. Bell & Co., 431 Wood
st, Pittsburg. Bwr
For Chrlstma Moralni,
Ladies' teal gloves, C. A. Smiley & Co.
Holiday silk handkerchiefs and mufflers
at James H. Aiken & Co.'s, 100 Fifth aye.
For Christmas Morning.
Xadies' seal hoods, C A. Smiley 8s
Marrlngo licenses Granted Yesterday,
( Frederick strelner. .....Allssheny
t Clara Kenkauf. , Allegheny
(Joseph Fisher . Bprlngdale
I Martha Bartrey. Bprlngdale
J A. E. Shutterly. Braddock
M. Gamble. Braddock
( Alexis Jarvls Pittsburc
I Helen Burgh .' Pittsburg
( Tnoraaa E. Klrsop i...BanksvUle
I mma A. Williams Banksvllle
f William Etter. Wllklnsbnrg
1 Maggie Beck Wlltintbnrg
(John O. Williams ....Pittsburg
t Sadie Montgomery. mttsburg
Philip Anient. Mlllvale
( Cora Bamsey .Homestead
J"V. V. Alward Oakmont
I Jennie Summervllle Allegheny
( Fritz Goellner.. ...... ..,..., .Allegheny
1 Maria Flemer Allegheny
1 Julia Sullivan ..Braddock
j Jacob Flcgel ,. Pittsburg
( John M. Bill, Allegheny
I Little Dtelnbaek, Allegheny
DUNLAP On Thursday afternoon, at 4.30
o'clock, Sadie A., daughter of Haace M. ana
Sarah A. Dunlap.
NoUco of funeral hereafter.
DUNBAR On Thursday afternoon, Decem
ber 18, IS89, at S o'clock, at the residence ot its
grandmother, Mrs. Sarah J. Brown. 156 Center
avenue. Infant daughter of Edwin W. and
Dalsey Brown Dunbar.
GIVEN Wednesday, December IS, 1ES9, at
1.30 a. ic, B. F. GiVBN, in his 6Stb year.
Funeral aerrlees at his lata residence. No.
112 Bluff street; Feiday at 2,3Q P. M. Inter
ment later. 3
HAMILTON Wednesday.December 18, 1SS9,
at 12 noon, Kbenezeb B. Haxtltoh, in his
Services at tbe residence of his brother, 'A. T.
Hamilton, No. 75 .Dawson street, Allegheny,
Pa.. Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Inter
KENNEDY On Wednesday, December 18.
1889, at 8 P. M..MABY B. KssNXDT, aged M
Funeral will take place from her late resi
dence, 4920 Hatfield street, on Prtday, De
cember 20, at 8 a. K. Services at St. Mary's
Church, Forty-sixth street, at 9 A M. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to attend
HOMER At Mooongabela City, Thursday
morning, at 6:30 o'clock, Anxbony Komee,
aged 40 years.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend the funeral at St. Mary's Cemetery.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
LATlMEft-jU Leechhurg, Pa.., December
19, 1889. at 60 V. M-. WHilAM tiAXntEB, SiL,
aged 72 years, 3 months and 11 days.
LECKY On Wednesday, December 18, lEsC
Feedekiok Dallas Ijeckt, son of Qeorge
C. and Kate D. Icky, in the ISth year of his
Funeral from the family residence, 338 Re
becca street, Allegheny, on Saturday, 'De
cember 21, at 10 A. M. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend. 2
LONG On Wednesday. December 18, 1889,
at 620 a m.. Eev. Warneb Long.
Funeral services at his late residence. No. 632
Fifth avenue, on Friday, at 1 o'clock P.M. In
terment private. 3
MOORKOn Wednesday, December 18, 18S9.
at0P. M., Bamuel B. MooEE.in'tbe 75th
year of his age. t
Funeral on S'attjed AY at 10 am. from his
late residence. Surgeoa Hall Postofflfce, Bald
win township. Friends of tbe family are re
spectfully invited to attend. 2
MYERS On Thursday morning. December
19. 1SS9, at 2:45, Bees Myers, in his -38th year.
Funeral from his late residence. No. S9 Over
hill street, on Sunday, at 120. Friends ot the
family are respectfully invited to atted. 3
F.ODAN On Thursday, Docember 19. 1SS9, at
2 o'clock A M., at the residence of her parents,
61 Arthur street, city, Mary, only daughter of
James and Mary Rodan, aged 9 years 1 month
and 23 days.
Funeral from the family residence at 2
o'clock P. k. Friday, December 20. Friends
of the family are respectfully Invited to attend.
SEIBERT On Wednesday. December 18,
Iffi9.at8.52p.it., EcQESK Joseph Seibert,
beloved son ot Martin and Elizabeth Heibert,
in tbe Uth year of his age. '
Funeral from the parental residence, No. 81
Oedar avenue, Allegheny, on Batubday, the
21st Inst, at 9 o'clock A, M. Interment private
at a later hour. 3
SEXTON At his residence, 48 Franklin
street. Allegheny, on Wednesday. December 18,
at 805 p. m., James V. Sexton, member
Branch 67 C. M. B. A., of Allegheny.
Funeral at 820 a M. Saturday, to proceed
to St. Andrew's Church, Beaver avenue, from
thence to St. Mary's Cemetery. Friends in
vited to attend. 2
SCHWARTZ-On Wednesday, December 18,
1SS9, at 610 a u., Anna Mary, daughter of
Fritz Schmidt, aged 23 years 10 months and 18
Funeral on Friday, December 20, lSStf, at 2
p. m.. from late residence. No. 153 Crawford st,
city. Friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend. ' 2
TRESS On Thursday. December 19. 1889. at
5 o'clock A. m., Elizabeth Tress, relict of
tho late John Tress.
Funeral services at St. Mary's R. O. Cburcb.
Allegheny, on Saturday, December 21, at 0
o'clock am. Friends of the family are re
spectfully invited to be present.
WILHELM On Wednesday. December 18,
at 6 Air., John Henry Wilhelk, aged SO
Funeral from his late residence, Meyran and
Bates avenues, Oakland, on Friday, 20th Inst,
Connellsrille and TJnlontown papers please
(So ccessor to Meyer, Arnold A Co, IJm.,)
UNDERTAKER AND TCMRAr.MTtB,
Office and residence, 1131 Penn aveaue. Tele
phone connection. mylO-eS-HWFSu
JAMEH H. FULLERTOtt,
DNDERTAKER AND E1IBALMER,
NO. 6 SEVE3TH BTBEKX,
ORCHIDS AND 80SES OF BARE BEAUTY.
wl.'Jf. cC r. B. MURDOCH,
ci n bmithfikllU tjx.
Holly wreathing, Christmas trees.palms, ca
nary birds, gold fish, etc. Order early.
JOHN Br A. MURDOCH,
6US Bmlthneld street.
Telephone J39 delK-MTfT
I)EPBE8ENTEU IN Fm-SBORU IN 1AI
ABSETS T 19771,86988.
Insurance Co. f Jferth America,
Losws aajusted aaipaiaoy wiLIJAM.Ii
JOKJW. M Fearta aveaac
With the largest and most varied
stock of Diamonds, Watches, Jew
elry, Fancy Silver Articles, Artistio
Pottery, eta, ever Drought to this
city, 'Come and see ua and we will
make Christmas buying easy for
S" an. "rfe will deliver goods anj
WJITTLES i SHEAFEB.
IEWELERS, 37 FIFTH AVE.
WILD WEATHER SALE
Gifts marked at a Nominal Price to make
IN LADIES BEAIi PLTJSH JACKETS
AND, COATS, NEWMARKETS and
OHTT.DBEISTS ;-: COATS
Marked away down now, rather than wait
until after the Holidays,
LADIES' AND OHILDEEN'S, with ele
gant Capes and Collars to match of
the most serviceable FURS.
E"or your Parlor, Library or Drawing
T, M. tATlMER, ,
138 Federal and 46 South Diamond
Streets, Allegheny, Pa.
BEAD and REAP.
Every day from now on
is ot great import Holiday
Presents present them
selves in numberless kinds.
Novelties are in the Slipper
department and here,-right
'here, is displayed the
strongest proof, of a gift
that is surrounded with
admiration and the comfort
following the wear of artis
tio made goods, in whioh
speoial efforts have been
devoted toward excellence.
In making your selections
from this very large and
grand stock you'H find it a
pleasure. Boom is ample
and light brilliant. Prioes
are bo very Jow On every
article that hesitation does
t and need not enter the mind
or any buyer.
OPEN AT NIGHT.
Wednesday evening, De
cember 18, our house wil)
be open till 9 o'olookand
continue until that hour
every night till Christmas
Market St, Entrance 430-436.
Braddock House, 916 Braddock Ave.
THE CHRISTMAS RUSH
-IS ON IN-
FULL :-: FORCE.
So yonr best to come in the morning, be-
fore NOON if possible, as we can serve yon
much better then than laterintheday. How
ever, if yon can't come in the morning,
come in the afternoon. "We have a large
force and will do onr best to wait on yon
promptly and well. .
We are Open in the Even
ings Till 9 O'clock,
And if yon come in can make purchases
SEE OUB EIEGANT DISPLAT
Derby, Meriden and Sterling
MLBBOBS, MANICURE SETS,
HORNE & WARD,
41- FIFTH- AYE.
r- r'mgtfBgwyw- t7ii ah'4 "!
B. & B.
Tuesday, December 17,.
200 Frenoh Seal Muflb at 91 60
Children's Furs, ?1 to $7 a Set
Pur Capes, 8 0 to $12& Take elevator
Large and comprehensive assortment of
all that's new and best in Furs, and what
is equally or more important is that the
prices iorEine Furs here ia much lew than
they are generally sold.
A SEAL JACKET
at f85 genuine Alaska Seal Suit your wife
or daughter for a Christmas Gift?
Seal Jackets and "Walking Coats, 985 to
16-inch and Black, Bine Black and Jet
Black All-wool Cashmeres at 80o a yard is
a bargain of merit, such as Allegheny and
Pittsburg buyers have never seen hereto
fore, and we donbt if buyers in any other
A GRAND HOLIDAY EXPOSITION
Choice goods, 25o to 9100; moderate profits
on all brings crowds of buyers..
DRESS -:- GOODS.
BUks, Black Silk "Warp Cashmeres, Silk
Velvets and the
HOLIDAY DRESS PATTERNS,
put up in NICE BOXES, at the Bargain
Prices, $3 50, $3 SO, $4 S0,tS, 6 CO and up,
are presents eminently useful and in such
shape as they will be appreciated.
B0GGS & BUHL,
115,117,119,121 Federal st.Allegtay.
P. S. New Goods by every express
Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, Kid Gloves, Fur
Gloves and Gauntlets. Fine Neckwear
for Ladies and Gents. Children's Collars,
Mittens, Gloves and 'Wraps.
DON'T DELAY ANY LONGER
Holiday Gifts !
We bave made GREAT BHDUOTIONB on
many of our beautiful HAND-PAINTED
TJOODS. They were cheap enoogn to start
with, bat we do not Intend carrying over any.
Now is your opportunity to buy very cheap.
Plain and initial, silk and linen, 5o to Jfr, f or
men, women and children.
HOLIDAY MUFFLEES "
For men (all new), 7So to ft
For men (new), 25o to tZ.
For children and ladles. 25c to Jl
HOLIDAY LEATHEE GOODS,
From 23o Card Cases to 810 Chatelaines,
Very pretty large and. small pieces. 20o to US.
In Ivory, Gold. Silver and Natural Stick, from
Jl to JLI
HCLIDAY GLOVES & SUSPENDEBS
For men (new), 25c to H.
INFANTS' (home made) DRESSES, spe
cially made for holiday presents. Also, Caps
Bee our prices before purchasing.
Atrupen every eTening uu v.
710 Penn avenue, 710.
Between Seventh, and Eighth streets;
New Orleans Wo-
GEO. K. STEVENSON & CO,
Xj -A. X
GRAND HOUDAY DISPLAY.
Newest Shapes, Eatest Styles; largest Stocfcand Best Assortment in Fine Plashes,
Genuine Alligator, Seal Goaf, DoBgots, Patent Leather, Ooze Calf. All the new shades
of pinshes and Velvets in elezant Embroidered and Plain Vamps,
Yon can select handsome pairs now at 50c, ESe, 75a and (1, or we can show yoa a finer
selection at $1 25, $1 50, ?1 75 aad $2, a the finest ever made at 2, 12 CO. f3 and ?3 50.
Call ana see them. Too'll h both satisfied and delighted.
MAMMOTH RETAILSHOE STORES
406 and 408 Market Str
Our, Wood Street State is Exclusively "Wholesale, ad eeespies five entire floors,
Hiakiag the largest ad mast ceapleteWhelesaleSheejHoBseia the city. DeeJers rap
piled at manufacturer prices.
DON'T MISTAKE THE LOCATIONS:
W. M. LAIRD,
515 WOOD STREET.
in "the two
Come in the
Sixth St and Penn Ave.
-PIKE XCfE OF-
MM 1WLE-PLA1D WARE.
KHTVES, FORKS AND SPOONS.
ROGERS' STERLING SILVERWARE.
Butter Knives, Plain and Engraved, Pie
Knives, Cheese Knives, Su&ar Spoons, Fish
Knives and Fruit Spoons, eta.
Fleishman & Co.,
AiH I nSTT A INStJRANCB CO,
-cXll A. -LN JS- Hartford. Cans.
AsseU, January I, 1SS7. S9,568,SaB 5C
EDWARDS & KiTONKY. Agents.
nn Fourth avenue Pittsbarr,
406 awJ 408 Hark St
1 MaVmrr ,
art- i ,U T
USEFUL and ORNAMENTAL
GAME SETS, -UMBKBLLA
HALL LIGHTS, "
RICE CUT GLASS.
.. " KASBLS,
, After Dinner Coffees and Plates
in Satin Lined Oases,
THE J. P. SMITH
Lamp, Glass & China Co.,
'' 935 Penn Avenue.
Between Ninth and Tenth Streets.
P. S. Store open till 9 P. M.
Brgem Manufacturers Supplies
ROBERT DICKEY & CO,
Telephone IBS. n23-31-Mwr
AN. EXTRAORDINARY UNLOADING SALE
12 Per Cent Cash Discount
From the regular prices of aU Overcoats for Men, Boys and Children
All are new goods, but the stock
lif i th efienn Nnfp Txrndt irnn
AttbW Ak M tftauwwM. .. ... JH
$35 oo Uyer coats now..,..., 530 62.
3000 Overcoats now 26 25.
' 25 00 Overcoats now...... 21 87.,
20 00 Overcoats now.............. .............. 17 50.
15 00 Overcoats now 13 12.
12 00 Overcoats now........ 1050.
10 00 Overcoats now.........................-.. 8 75.
8 00 Overcoats now............................ 7.00.
5 00 Overcoats now 437.
3 50 Overcoats now................. 3 06.
2 50 Overcoats now.... 2 19.
2 00 Overcoats now. ..........: z 75.
All intermediate prices proportionately the same. All garments!
have the regular price marked in plain figures; and the discount ia defs
ducted from it.
STRASSBCEGER & JOSEPH,
CLOTHIERS, TAIE0SS and HATTERS,
161 and 163 Federal street, Allegheny. '
V&'Onr stores now open every
o'clock. Saturday until n.
THE LARGEST VARIETY,
THE BEST SELECTION,
. BTHE LOWEST PRICES,.'
GOOD,. SUBSTANTIAL GOODS.
HOPPER PROS, & GO,,
LEADING : HOUSE
0 f)7 "V7"OOID STREET 3()7
wVI BECWEKN THIBD AND FOURTH AYES. 1 I
Store open Saturday evening until io o'clock.
lUHEOKLYBy IN THE
Ge o.lMacbeth&Co. PrrrsBURGHj
PAULSON . BBOSf
'Best Double Texture ITaciintoihes, with
nA ritUnnt Claytm in Rlfti.V and All IKa
v WA PKPPdF
"V - V -V Jv "T'V rvjsa
.&. liivkt IIiaaI. TAtffrvnff Q.7 PT.1I1 WtlflW .
UCH U. ..- fcM.ft"" . . . vw.nn.hj
Sveryone UU AiiA-NXtiiiu to De tnorougn-j
a Xmas Gift.
Just the thing fortq
AT,Xi SIZES. .
Manufacturing our own TJMBKELLAB
and CANES, we can save, yon the ordinary
retailers pront sua gtrejoaa luuuuir.'
variety to select from.
MAKING OUR OWN UMBRELLAS,'
we know what we are sellin?. and onr 2-nar--
nti n in DTrRABITiITS' is worth Kama, 5
See onr window disolar and Low Prices. ,
fbr EXTBA QTJALITT Goods. PrieeaVi
ranira from 81 and UDward. :-i
441 WOOD STREET.
N.a OurTJmbreUa Factor is stm busyoaL
RIMJOVEBINO and REPAIRING TJmbrellaaS
KEABOHAiiji anaruujurxxir. aeis-xwri
FHOTOGRAFHER. 18 SIXTH STHEEt
A fine, large crayon portrait tB SO; soothaa.
before onlertos elsewhere. Cabinets, . and
$2 H) per dozen. PRO 3IPX BEUVEBlT
we have on hand is too large for thij
ran eav? ft3fl
-. - "W
evening (except Friday) until!-98
THE EASIEST TERMS