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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH,
SEPTEMBER 28, 1892.
' BEHEADED BY A CAR.
little Harry Brennan Instantly Killed
in Allegheny City.
THE MOTORMAN SAW HIM TOO LATE
Hit Corpse 1b Crusted and Wangled Tejond
WAX! ACCIDENTS TO LIFE AND LIMB
Harry Brennan, the 8-year-old son of
William Brennan, of So. 47 Bayard street,
Allegheny, was killed instantly yesterday
by car 116 of the "Western avenue branch of
the Manchester electric line, on Beaver ave
nue and Bayard street.
Harry attended the Sixth ward school.
He was extremely well liked by his teach
ers and his schoolmites, and seldom missed
a day from his class. He went home to
lunch regularly every Jay with a number
of the neighbors' children between 12 and 1
o'clock. On leaving the schoolhouso yes
terday he jumped on a wagon going south
on Beaver avenue, and rode as far as Nixon
street. In getting off the vehicle he failed
to notice the approach of car 110 of the
Manchester line, which dashed along with
considerable speed. The boy dropped to
the gronnd just in front of the car. '
Saw the Boy Too Late.
Motorman John P. Brennan saw the lad
and at once applied the brake, at the same
time disconnecting the trolley and the bat
tery. He screamed at the little lellow to
jump, but Harry never beard bim. The
next instant be was beneath the wheels, a
mangled corpse, distorted and crushed
almost beyond recognition. The bead was
conipletelv severed from the body, and the
left leg suffered the same late. The car was
stopped before it had moved a dozen yards,
and the excited passengers, .conductor and
motorman got off The latter was grief
stricken by the horrible accident, but said
it was unavoidable.
General Manager G. T. Greenwood, of the
Manchester line, was on the spot in a few
minutes. The car was lifted from the tracks
by a number ot men and the body was
picked up. Stretched across the track bed
lay the body of the bov, while a foot and a
half away was the head, bruised and battered
into a jelly. The lelt leg was at right
angles to the other, and was severed from
the body below the thigh. The company's
wagon removed the child's remains to
Lowrie's undertaking establishment on
The Mother Walling for Her Boy.
All this occurred within sight of the bov's
home, but a block away. There sat the
mother waiting anxiously for little Harry.
His lunch was ready "and lying on the
table awaiting him. "She didn't learn of
his death for three-quarters of an hour after
the occurrence. .When it became known at
the parents' house Mrs. Brennan went into
hysterics and wept in the most pitiful man
ner. Her husband, who is an engineer, was
out looking for employment, which he
hasn't had for several weeks. He didn't
hear of his son's death until he returned
home late last evening.
Motnrman Brennan went immediately to
to the Mnj or's office and deliered himself
to the police authorities. He wa? accom
panied bv Mr. Greenwood, who went on his
bond ol 51,000 lor his anpearance at the
Coroner's inquest Brennan is still run
ning his car. Manager Greenwood says
that he is the most careful and experienced
man in the employ of the company.
lulled Ills A ife and Himself.
SAN rnASCISCO, Scot. 27. Jacob Breit
enstcin, a carpenter, shot his wife three
times last night and then sent a bullet into
his own head Both were mortally wounded
The couple had been separate 1 several
months owing to domestic troubles caused
bv jealousy on Breilenstem's part, and a
suit for divorce by the woman was to have
been heard in the Superior Court pa
A Sew Catholic Church Building.
The S. Ann congregation, of Hoinewood,
have arrauged to construct a new church
building just opposite the new Homcwood
school building to cost fC.COO. John O'Con
nor is the architect.
old sharon cauacn
Presbyterians Will Celebrate the Seventy
fifth Anniversary of Its Organization.
The seventy-fifth anniversary of the or
ganization of the Sharon Presbyterian
Church will bo held to-morrow. It is lo
cated at Sharon postoffice, south of Stoups
Ferry, and is in the center of one of the
oldest Presbyterian settlements in Western
Pennsylvania. The present pastor is Eev.
J. M. Mercer. A large number ot Pittsburg
Presbyterians have made arrangements to
attend. Tliev will leae over the Pittsburg
and Like Erie at 8 o'clock to-morrow
morning. It is expected to be the largest
gathering of Presbyterians which has been
held in Allegheny county, outside of Pitts
burg. World's Fair Art Committee.
There will be a very important meeting
of the Pennsylvania members ot the World's
Pair Art Committee in Philadelphia on
Monday next at 3 o'clock. The Pittsburg
members, Joseph It. Woodwell and John
W. Beattv, will leaeon Saturday to attend
the conference, at hich Prof. Ives, chief
of the art department, is expected to preside.
A rieasant Sorprlso Tarty.
$A surprise party was tendered to C P.
Hazelbertb.of the West End, Monday even
ing. A number of friends gathered at the
house, refreshments were served, music was
furnished by the West End Mandolin Club
and all enjoyed a pleasant evening. The
occasion of tlie party was the 36th birthday
ot Mr. Hazelbcrtb.
After an Old Offender.
Ida Styles, of 410 Perry street, was com
mitted to jail yesterday to await a hearing
berore Magistrate Gripp on charges of sell
ing liquor on Sunday, without license and
keeping a bawdy house. The prosecutor in
the case is M". S. Snyder.
ralthlallr Follow ed Gave Good Results
'I do not know what
would have become of
mo if I had not at the
advlco of a good friend
three years ago began
taking Hood's Sarsapa
rilla. 1 sincerely be
lieve I should have
be-pn dead lone Biro.
I had a bad hamor
ciuiMiau lnupio. that would not yield to
nny treatment. Jly stomach was nlso very
weak, possibly due to the humor. I suffered
badly and was hnrdlv able to cot mound
wheu I began takinc Hood's Sarsapaillla. I
bezan to lmnrovo slowly until alter I had
taken some 10 or 12 bottles, I considered mj
sclf w ell ouco more. Iiecoininend
to my friends. It did me so much good tha
It seems as if ft must do others good." 11ns.
CnniSTiKA Temvle, Bangor, Me.
PHOODPJH. are the best after-dinner
'Mils; assist digestion, cure headache.
We Mean You I
If j on hnven't made your appearance In a
new Fall Overcoat you may consider this
sneclally addressed to you.
THE FASHIONABLE MATERIAL
This season is
We have just re
ceived a choice assort
ment of Clays soft
finished, warranted not
to gloss which we are
making to measure in
the Fly Front Sack
Style, single breasted,
For $ 18.OO.
Why wear Ready
Made when you can
have garments made to
measure at the same
Is a positive cure for all forms of
We base this assertion on our observation of over
thirty years. In which tlmeaeiy large number and
variety of Skin ZHteases have been reported to us as
cured, by the simple use of Heiskell's Ointment,
without the aid of Internal remedies. Many of these
were cases of long duration, that had resisted tba
treatment of the most eminent medical talent In
this and other countries. Heiskell's Ointment
Beems never to have failed In a single Instance,
Sold by Druecbts, or sent by mail. .
Price 50 Cents per box.
"Hints for Kitchen and Sick Room, "Free.
JUUIUJTUH, UUliLUWAY & CO.,
E31 Commerce Street, Philadelphia.
NEW YOKE DENTISTS,
Corner Sixth and Liberty Sts.
Entrance on Liberty St.,
Best Set Teeth - - $8.00
IT IS ECONOMY
To use a condensed milk that is made from the
Purest and Richest Milk to be had. The old
Condensed Milk is made from the milk, of the
finest breed of cows. The New York Condensed
Milk Co. owns factories in only the best dairy
regions of the United States. Its inspectors visit
all farms and look most carefully after the con-
' dition of the stock. All milk about which there
.THt -r,XW i . . .
IH d RKCOiron toriLfj '? a snaaow ot a auDt is at once rejected
353 your Grocer and Druggist sell it.
Use it in the nursery and in the sick room.
Leading '1 heater.
l urore !
And Ills Brilliant
Comic Opera Co.
r RnSi MATINEE
. IVil TO.DAT.
"' i Heat Seats
ft M BO Cents.
"The Isle of
Last Matineo Sat'day! List Night SafcXlght!
Oct 3 Tar and Tai tar Comic Onera Co.
THE ALVIN THEATER.
Charles L. Davis Owner and .Manager
Every evening this week at 8 15 with
Wednesday and Saturday,
In Old Jed Prouty, of Bucksport, Me.,
Accompanied by MISS DORA WILE).
Next week A. F. lluitz Co., In the great
New York success, "Friends." se2B-K)
Sale of seats open to-morrow for
The Great Comedy Drama Success, by Ed
win Milton Boyle, A Great Cast.
BRIGI1T, MEEET AND GREAT,
TAR AND TARTAR!
EVERYTHING NEW AND BETTER
r RAND OPERA HOUSE TO-NIGlil,
Prices 15, 25, 50, 75.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. 25, 50o
Next week Primrose and West'sEIghtBells.
IT'S OPEN I
It's Simply Immense! Have You Seen Itt
Season Closes October 22.
ARRY DAVIS' EDEN MUSEE-
In their thrilling hypnotic seanco.
A thousand other wonders and Parker &
Itetarde's hisrh-class comedians
PROF. JAMES P. BROOKS
(Only member In this city of the American
Society of Frofeisoin of Danclne. New Yolk)
D 4hCING ACADEMY.
Liberty av. and Sixth St.,
Will open for Misses and Masters SATUR
DAY, October 1, at 3 o'clock p. St.
For Ladles and Gentlemen MONDAY, Oc
tober 3, at 8 o'clock r. H.
Call lor circulars at music stores.
HARRY WILLIAMS ACADEMY
To-night. Matinees Tuesday, Thursday
And his own frtnnd company of American
and European stars.
MISS AGNES HAMILTON'S
LUTHER'S CYCLORAMA PARLORS,
Beech street and Irwin avenne, open's Satur
day afternoon, October 1. Class for adults
Monday evening, October 3. Specialties
made of fancy dances and Delsarte. Former
pupils aro inviieu to me opening. seziiu
UNIVERSITY DANCING ACADEMY,
Diamond and Ross streets, Flttaburir, Fa.
Class for ladles and Gentlemen Monday
and Thursday evenings, commencing Octo
ber 3. Terms, ten nights, $J. se23-114
Body Brussels Carpets,
And all kinds of Ingrain Car
pets. Everything new in style,
choice in color. All at
SPECIAL W PRICES,
Wall Paper in every quality
and style for wall and ceiling.
Special styles in choice colors.
You should see our stock be
fore you buy.
GEO. II. SOU.
136 FEDERAL ST.,
ALLEGHENY CITY, PA.
A BIG DROP. '
Tw6 Hundred and Fifty Gold Filled Case
Watohes for Ladles and Gents, Elgin, Wal
tham, Hampden and Springfield movements.
Slaughtered this week for JJIO.
Warranted 20 years. Sold by watch clubs
and Installment agents at $33 Come early.
Send for my illustrated catalogue f roe.
B. E. AR0NS, JEWELER,
Wholesale and Kotail,
814 1NN AVENUE. PITTSDDRO, PA.
As old residents know and back flies ot
Plttsburz papers prove, is the oldest estab
lished and most prominent physician In tha
city, devoting special attention toallchronlo
S&STS NO FEE UNTIL CURED
sponsible Mr nn Q and mental dis
persons liCn V UUo eases, physical de
cay, nervous debility, lack of energy, ambi
tion and hope,lmpalredmemory, disordered
sight, self distrust, bashfulness, dizziness,
sleeplessness, pimples, ernptions, impover
ished blood, falling powers, organlo weak
ness, dyspepsia, constipation, consumption,
unfitting the person for business, society and
marriage, permanently, safely and privately
ST.dn BLOOD AND SKINTS
ernptions, blotches, falling lialr,bone,palns,
glandular swellings, ulcerations of that
tongue, mouth, throat, ulcers, old sores, are
cured lor life, and blood poisons thoroughly
eradicated from 1 1 Dl M A DV kidney and
the system. U 111 linn T , bladder de
rangoments. -weak back, gravel, catarrhal
discharges, inflammation and other painful
symptoms recelvo searching treatment;
prompt relief and real cures.
Dr. Whittier's life-long extensive expert
ence Insures sclenttflo and reliable treat
ment on common sense principles. Consulta
tion free. Patients at & distance us carefully
tieated as if Here. Office hours, 9 a.m. to
p. v. Sunday, 10 a. jj. to lr.x. only. SB.
W111T1IL.K.81! Pennavenne, Pittsburg, Pa
REVOLUTION IN PRICES
25 PER CENT LOWER THAN
" EVER BEFORE.
fy!" ? "3P
$5.o& Shoes at - - $3.00
EVERY PAIR WARRANTED.
.50 Shoes at - -
.00 Shoes at - -
$3.50 Shoes at - -
$3.00 Shoes at - -
$2.50 Shoes at - -
$2.00 Shoes at - -
$1.75 Shoes at - -
1.50 Shoes at - -
IMMKIOTH CASH STORES,
433 and 435
Wholesale and Retail.
406, 408, 410
Mail Orlers Promptly Filled.
"HERE THEY ARE!"
FEW SPECIALS FROM OUR CLOAK
Which will start the fall season's business of 1892 with a boom:
Ladies' Cloth Eeefers in Tans, Navys and Blacks at $3.50
Ladles' Cloth Cheviot Eeelers, Full Fur Shawl Boll, at 4.73
Ladies' Reefer?, Fall Astrachan Shawl Boll, at 6.50
Kussian Tan Cloth Jackets, Astrachan Trimmed, at 7.50
You can't help but be suited when you see our line of
LADIES' REEFEBS. JACKETS M RUSSIAN BLOUSES UBIHS FBBM 511 TO !!5.
' 151. 153 AND 155 FEDERAL ST.. ALLEGHENY.
THIS INK IS MANUFACTURED
J. HARPER BONNELL CO.,
FILLS THE PURSE.
Every time you buy something in KAUFMANNS' China, Glassware and Housefurnishing Goods Department, YOU SAVE MONEY. And since one thing or other is nearly always needed in a household, the chance to save money presents itself quite often.
Taking advantage of every time, a snug amount will be realized in a year enough to purchase many comforts of life which, otherwise, you would probably have to do without. And, then, another thing: You not only save money but time as well, for you're always
sure of finding the desired article in Kaufmanns' COMPLETE stock, and whatever you may buy will be promptly delivered at your residence FREE OF CHARGE.
y yT"1 .rS
-tju Kush bci-ap Bas
kets; neat, strontr, lar-e:
regular pi lee $1 23.
CRn For Nickel Plated
u" Alarm Clock, war
ranted perfect time keep
ers; regular price $1 25.
COn For a B-qnart Azato
UOOor Granite Enam
eled Iron Tea Tot; regu
lar price $1 60.
AQn Fora3-quart Afrato
tJO or Granite Enam
eled Iron Coffee Pot; leg
nlar price $1 25.
fl CO For beautiful
4l.vlO Japanned and
Enameled Iron Coal
Vases with heavy sheet
Iron bucket Inside; regu
lar price $3 60.
fflf For large size Tmkev
1UU Feather Duster": lull
mado and -nbstahtial; lob
ular pi Ice 25c.
olSSivrfef ' V
CO tor a Solid Brass Tete i-
T.iu T.-..l I.I. . .
-r .cm uukk.r( twin i-iii-ii.
Airouoi ump anu usDesios lining;
regular price $3.
Best Agate or Granite
Enam.Iron Coffee Boilers:
AQn For 2-quart size;
rUl regular price $1 20
QRn For largest
wvll slz Agate or
Iron Cov'od Cham
ber rnlls; regular
price $i 60.
j mi jtiMMa J
AQn FoT a 5-quart Azate or
r3l Granite Enameled Iron
Berlin Sauce fan; regular price
OQp For the penuino "Xrver Break" Spiders (No. 8); minor pol-
For a ii2-piece Dinner Set of fine English Por
celain; beautifully decorated in tasteful sprays of
different colors; regular price 12.50.
!jj Pft For a most exquisite and elegant Carlsbad
D.OU China Dinner Set; decorations representing
Violets, Wild Roses, Fuchsias, etc., very natural, and the en
tire set trimmed with rich gold band; regular price $30.
' ' '
OC For handsome Carl. nK H ilffisa. fcferg.
FornlT-qnart Agate or
Granite Enameled Iron
Dish Pan; regular price
For handsome Carlo
bad China Slush and
Jllllc Sets, consisting j of
Bowl, Pitcher nnd Plate
au nicely aecoracca in in
lerenc uesigns ana col
regular piico 00c
En For the same hand'oma Porcelain
"w Salt and Pepper Shakers of which
we have sold tens of thousands during
the past two months; regular price 23c.
AO For the cutest Japanese? Tete-a-HO
lete Set over seen consisting
of leapot, Snar Bowl, Creatn Pitcher,
two Cups and Saucers and fine Nickel
Tia: nrtlsticnlly and quaintly docor
ated; lobular price $3.
Hllll .,M 98c.
iva'OijwjRf ?auBft?rc&rS'F "O"
tun m gi cok. vuu
IE. For Aery handsome
IOC imitation CUT GLASS
Oil or Vinegar Bottles, with
well fitting stoppers: all
hignly polished; regular
Cup, fcaucer and
Plate: a single
piece being worth
the price asked for
Soch bargains make tho
town talk. Neat Porcelain
Parlor Lamps, decorated
most artistically, with
shade to match: also, solid
brass trlmmlnss,and CEN
TRAL DttAFT BtTKNEE,
producing a largo, clear,
steady lttht. 2 80 Is the
regular price for this lamp.
CO 7K For Solid
U.U Brass Hang
ing Lamp of beautiful
design; with spring bal
ly decorated shade; oat
glass prisms; strongly
made and all complete,
Including 0 h 1 m n e y,
wick and burner; regu
lar price $7.
r t or nice. White Porcelain Smoke
nC Bells nnd Smoke Plates: regular
-' price 250. Don't let your celling
black if 6c will Keep it white.
- - For this fine Imitation CUT GLASS Tea Set, coa
."i.SP Mating of Cream Pitcher, Sngar Bowl, Spoon
v- v - Holder and Butter Dish; large shapes and all'
highly polished. Kegular price 70c