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PITTSBURG "'""DISPATCH,
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500 BARRELS A DAL
The Enormous Yield of a flew Oil
Gusher at Callery Junction.
ITS OW2JEBS SELL OUT FOR $35,000.
A Prominent loung iadj Drowns Herself
in the Creek at Franklin.
STATE LABORERS LEATfi J0H56T0O
rsrzcxiXt telegram to the dispatch.i
Butlee, September 30. There is wild
excitement among oil men and the farmers
over the gusher at Callery Junction. The
well is located on the Dr. Irvine farm, about
one mile below Callery, and fully three
miles in advance of producing wells. It be
gan flowing at the rate of 300 barrels Satur
day. There were several purchasers soon
after the strike, and Heed & Davis finally
told the well and 123 acres of leases to
Forst, Russell & Co. for 35,000. A cash
payment of 55,000 was made, and the bal
ance was to be paid to-day. The sale has
not been closed, and there seems to be a
flotsam and jetsam of interests, with which a
number of lawyers are drifting
The ell, meantime, has steadily increased,
and is now flowmr 500 barrels a day. Tliis is
the history of the strike which illustrated the
rapid changes in oil region values. Some
mtmths ago Gibson &. JIcBnJe leased 25 acres
of wildcat land on the Irvine farm. Thev sold
an eighth interest to W. E. Reed, the lucky oil
man of Butler, for a derrick or rig valued at
1400. Another quarter was sold to a Jfrs.
Davis, of Pittsburg, for aboilerand machinery.
A few weeks ago a judgment was obtained
against Gibson L McBrlde for a small board
bill, an execution was issued, and the interest
of Gibson & JIcBnde was som at constable's
sale and bought bv Lawyer Davi. of Pitts
burg. Then Davis old five-sixteenths to M .
E. Keed. making the latter's entire interest
seven-sixteenths. To a driller named Jlcln
tvre Mr. Keed so'd one-sixteenth for $200.
ftn&llv Reed and Davis made a sale of the en
tire working interest to Forst. Russell fc Co.
Tins morning Gibson appeared on the scene
and brought action of eiectmcnt in Common
Picas Court, Butler county, for five-sixteenths
interest in tbe gusher and the 23 acres lease on
whicniti5located.Heclaimstliattheconstable's
sale as irregular and did not divest him of
his title. He hasiemploycd Colonel Thompson
and i. jtcQuiston. while Heed S: Mclntyre
have emolojed Judge JlcCandless, and Forst,
Itussell Co, have secured Greer & Ralston.
A coinpn ise was almost effected this after
noon, but there proved to be so many conflict
ing interests that the lawyers are preparing for
court. The value of the vroperty is now rated
at from S50.0C0 to J65,0u0.
Caller; Junction farmers are so inflated that
they can scarcely determine hat bonus to ask.
It is believed that when the tods arc removed
lrom the well she will be the largest yet dis
covered in the hundred foot sand.
STATE WORKERS MATE.
A Thousand of the Mate's Employes
Pre-
paring to Quit Johnilown.
JorcrSTOWS, September 30. To-night the
force of workmen for the State laid down their
tools for good. In the morning they will be
paid off and many of them, cot residents of tbe
place, will leave town. There have been about
1.000 men employed during the past week or
two. A committee of three prominent citizens
went to Harnsburg last night, hoping to pre
sent the conditions of things here in such a
light to Governor Beaver that he would con
sent to a continuance of the work, but nothing
favorable has been received from them. The
school children were out to-day in force,
but where there were oG rooms in
operation last year there are only 24 now.
borne of them are crowded a little, but the
average to a room is not much greater than
last ear. Of tbe 36 teachers, eight of tbemare
gone this in Johnstown borough alone. In
one portion of inllvale borough and in Wood
vale borough the loss is much greater.
Harry Bischoif, who has Seen here every day
since the flood looking for the body of his
sister, who was lost from the day express,
leaves for his home in St. Louis to-night, the
body having been recovered a few days ago.
Although a great part of the State forces
worked in the river to-day, but little headway
was made, and the work is left undone, jet a
member of the Board of Health stated posi
tively that tbe river is in a bad sanitary condi
tion. Secretary Kremer left to-night for Pitts
burg, where he nlll help to arbitrate lie
Knight's claim against the State.
A TODXG LADVS SUICIDE.
An IS-Tear-Old Girl or Franklin Drowns
Herself in the Creek.
JSrECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCK.I
Frakklin, September 3a Last night the
body of Miss Mamie Robinson, a beautiful girl
of 18 years, was found in French creek, near
Venango Mills, in this city. An investigation
shows that the young lady committed suicide
after tho most complete and deliberate ar
rangements. On Sunday evening she re
quested her brother to meet her at the conclu
sion of services of the Baptist church, but she
was not there. As she did not return after the
services, her parents went to her room and
found two letters, one addressed to them and
another addressed to the friends of their
daughter. She told where her Dody would be
found.
She said she was alone to "blame for her
death; that she wa tired of life: that she had
never committed any act of which they need be
ashamed, and that she felt assured nf n mm.
plete pardon. Miss Robinson was religiously
inclined, and taught a class in the Eclipse
Mission Sunday school.
TEXAS FEVER AT ERIE.
Milch Com, Stricken by tbe Scourec, Djlnc
Oil in Great Numbers.
rErXCUL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.1
Erie, September 30. There is consternation
among the owners of milch cows in the sub
urban parts of the city and among adjacent
farmers. Two weeks ago a carload of Texas
cattle shipped East got out of their car in
Erie. The cattle were ferocious, and when
their keepers tried to corral them they gave
battle. The Texas steers roamed about over
the city and nearbv pasture lands. A few davs
ago Texas fever broke out and fully 20 milch
cows, owned by city people and by dairvmen
living close by. have died, and a score or more
are stricken.
The City and State Health Officers are
investigating and prosecutions are likely to
follow.
A ROUGH EXPERIENCE.
A Special Police Officer Bound nnd Gacard
by n Gang of Touch.
rFFECIAX, TELECRAM TO TltE DISPATCH.!
Grekcyilxe. September 30. A number of
suspicious looking characters were observed
around town last evening and Samuel Marks
and his son James were detailed as special
night police. About 1 o'clock, as James was
going along his beat, he was knocked down
with a handy billy, gagged and taken to the
foundry where he was tied and left. Mean
while the father missed bis son and after wait
ing a considerable time rang the alarm.
A search was made and the young man dis
covered. There were five men in the gang and
three have been arrested on suspicion. Tbey
are now in jaU, but it Is thought they are the
wrong parties.
9IURDER AT A CHRISTENING.
One Man Killed nnd Others Hurt by Riotous
H (mentions.
rsrECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.1
rotixxPsmraQ, September 3a A riot oc
currea yesterday at a Hungarian christening
at Allport, No. 10 colliery, operated by It. B.
"W'igton & Co., abont four miles from this
place. A Hungarian named Michael Ketch
was murdered outright, and two others were
seriously hurt:
The leader of the riot is in the Clearfield jail,
and warrants have been issued for several
others. It is not known for certain that the
murderer has been arrested.
A Murdered Boy's Funeral.
SUSBUEYf September 38. The funeral of
Charles Hane, the boy who was murdered and
robbed on Saturday, was held this afternoon at
Shamokin Dam, and was attended by thou
sands of people. The scene was a very affect
ing one, almost everybody being in tears. The
father said at tbe grave that he hoped God
would help him find the murderer of his boy.
There is no clue as yet, and no arrests have
been made.
After the Steubenvllle Elopers.
BtxvmkxVBXK, September SU Minnie
Stephens and Harry Kain, aged 15 aud 30, who
disappeared or eloped on Saturday night, were
this atternoon seen at Cadiz Junction, bedrag-
, tied and muddy. It X9 thought that '
all the way. Mr! Stephens and an officer with
a warrant left this evening for the scene.
Netra of Tbreo States.
The Exchange Hotel at Findlay, owned by
B. F. Swanzig, burned yesterday morning.
Loss,S3,00a
The Hubbard Company have decided to
erect an electric plant in their works at Beaver
Falls, at a cost of $2,000, to enable tbem to run
night turn.
Jorsstows people held a meeting last
evening to take action upon the death of Cap
tain Jones, of Braddock. Many leading men
spoke feelingly of him and of his good services
to that town.
Thomas Main was arrested at Bessemer,
IX and lodged in jail at Youngstown yester
day, on a charge of stealing a horse from his
brother. The accused claims it was simplj a
horse trade.
MCCMJRE& Co., who recently purchased the
Evans coal and the Lamont plant from Robert
Hogsett, of Uniontown. have added to their
bodv of coal the Bryson farm of 240 acres at
52,200. being $230 per acre.
Mr. Lester Markxe, a well-known and
highly respected citizen of Center county, liv
ing in Hublersburg. while trying to control
and subdue a vicious horse, wa3 thrown from
his buggy and killed. He lived only a few
hours. . m
Johjt White, an express messenger arrested
for stealing S500 worth of diamonds, confessed
the theft and said the diamonds were concealed
under a railroad culvert. Saturday Parkers
burg officers took him from jail that he might
show-them where the property was hidden, but
he jumped from a car window en route and
escaped.
LATE KEffS IS BRIEF.
Three young ladies of Morela, Hex., who
lost a fortune at the gaming table, have just
committed suicide
Ernest Echols, of Wheeling, 18 years of
age, has been arrested cnarged wiin stealing
$lb0 from Stone & Thomas, bis employers.
Spontaneous combustion is supposed to
hate caused tho destruction of Mrs. A. O. John
son's barn, near Youngstown , Pa. Loss, $3,000.
Tho subscriptions to the fund to meet the
expenses of Mr. Parnell in his defense before
tbe Parnell Commission have closed. The total
amount subscribed is 11,000.
A newsboy and a butcher fought a duel In
tbe ban Lazaro ward, in the City of Mexico,
Sunday, with knives. The butcher was disem
boweled and left on the held dead.
Conrad Goedecke, tho United States Con
sular Agent at Kocnigsberg, Eistern Prussia,
has been condemned to four months in prison
and to pay b0U for usury and fraud.
William Walters, who claims to belong in
Kansas City, was arrested in Boston Saturday
night on the charge of obtaining 10.000 cigars
trom various firms in that city on forged or
ders. The floods have been very destructive to
crops in Mexico, and great suffering is likely
to result. The National railroad is so badly
washed that no trains will be run lor several
days.
Timothv Sheehan, a bricklayer of Eliza
bethport, K. J., and a passenger on the steam
ship "Servia, committed suicide by jumping
overboard on the third day after the ship left
Queenstown.
Seth. Twombley, tho engineer who had
charge of the fast freight train that wrecked
the passenger train on the Rock Island road
near Chicago Tuesday night, has been offi
cially placed under arrest.
It was learned yesterday that A. W. Bar
rett, of Oh ego, N. Y a cattle dealer, was
robbed of $3,667 in cash and $1,590 in checks
while riding in a Delaware. Lackaw nnaand
Western sleeping car last Friday night.
James Brown, alias J. D. Hunt, the young
man who stole Mrs. James 'Broun Potter's
jewelry from the Arlington Hotel. Washing
ton, last winter, escaped from jail Sunday
night, accompanied by Lemuel Sewell, one of
the negroes w ho is under sentence for robbing
the house JI Lieutenant Tyler.
William Krueger, employed to paint a
tank in a Milwaukee tannery, descended into it
to paint the inside. He was overcome by the
oaer of parafflne paint which he was using,
and died before he could be taken out. An
other painter named Emil Lohde was also
overcome, but may recover.
Leopold Neuland, an old Austrian peddler.
committed suicide vesterday at tbe home of
his daughter. In New York City, bv taking a
dose of "Rough on Rats." Hiram R. Patter
son, a clerk, also of New York, shot himself
in the head shortly before 11 o'clock yesterday
morning and died instantly; no cause is as
signed. Indians from all the Northeast are congre
gating on Red River Reservation, at Odonah,
Wis to attend the annual medicine dance,
which is held in different places every year.
There are over 500 redskins on theOaonah
Reservation at present, and more are con
stantly arriving. The pow-wow will continue
several days.
--Charles Wagner, a prominent citizen of
aterford, Pa has disappeared. Two weeks
ago he sold out his interests in a manufactur
ing plant and, taking the receipts, abandoned
his interests in a large general merchandise es
tablishment and left for parts unknown. His
i-iuiiij iear mat ne nas Deen foully dealt with.
Many persons believe him insane.
The steamer City of Kingston, one of the
handsomest boats on the Hudson, has been
sold to the Oregon Steam Navigation Com
pany, of Portland, Ore and will at once be
taken to that place via Capo Horn and the
Straits of Magellan. The price paid was $135.
00a The same company is looking for other
boats along the Hudson. Thn TCinrnn mil
make her last trip to-night
A barn belonging to Mrs. Willetts, situated
near New Cumberland. Pa, was destroyed, to
gether with its contents yesterday. There was
in tbe barn an unknown tramp, six head of
horses, 10 bead of cattle, farming implements,
crops, etc, which were all burned. It Is sup
posed that the tramp had matches in his pos
ession and set the barn on fire and could not
escape. The loss is $6,000; insured.
Tbe case of Mary Cannon, who was fright
fully injured and disfigured in the Mud River
disaster a year asro. has been amiraHv nd.
justed by the Lehigh Valley Railroad Com
pany. A few weeks ago she refused an offer of
$20,000, and it is believed that she has received
more than this. Her suit was for $75,000. It is
estimated that arrangements for the amicable
settlement of several other claims, rangin"
from $30,000 to 50.000 each, are well nnrler u.
and that all will be finally adjusted without a
suit at court.
The rare ceremony of divorcing a woman
from her dead husband, according to the old
requirements of the Mosaic law, took place at
the B'Nal Jakob synagogue in Louisville Sun
day. The woman was Mrs. J. Levin, whose
husband, a peddler, was killed .on the 27th of
last June bv two tramps She had no children
and the old law is that in such a cac the dead
man's eldest brother is to marry the woman.
Mrs. Levin did not desire to marry Israel
Moses Levin, her husband's brother, nor did
he desire to marry her. She had therefore to
De divorced.
IF not remedied in season, is liable to
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confirm, rather than cure, the evil.
Ayer's Pills, being mild, effective, and
strengthening in their action, are gener
ally recommended by the faculty as the
best of aperients.
"Having been subject, for years, to
constipation, -without being able to find
much relief, I at last tried Ayer's Pills.
I deem it both a duty and a pleasure
to testify that I have derived great ben
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past I have taken one of these pills
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Bowman, 26 East Main St., Carlisle, Pa.
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John M. Boggs, Louisville, Ky.
"For eight years I -was afflicted with
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T. Conners, M. D., Centre Bridge, Pa.
Ayer's Pills,
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Bold by all Druggists and Dealers in Medicine.
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Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
Kane. Kesldenes.
Wm. Leadbeater Mifflin township
(badlej. Porter Mifflin township
I Anton bchweltzer. Flttsburj:
1 Agnes Gideon.... Pittsburg
Vincent Poloskl... Snarpshurg
I Magdalena Mordskl rl'ittsburg
I llobert Juschak .. Sewlckley
t Mathilda Lukaeska bewickley
Redmond McDonoueh Pittsburg
I il&nnah McUonougfi Pittsburg
J Leopold Fronhoefer Pittsburg
Barbara Herbst Allegheny
JG. a. Voextly McKeespost
(Ida J. Hucy.. Tarentum
Patrick Hamilton Allegheny
I Aliggie tilbson Allegheny
(Frank a Hess (...AlUgheny
JMlnnleEbbert Alleclieny
Conrad Dipple Pittsburg
1 Lena Wedenmyer Pittsburg
(Gottlieb Feltschlcr Allegheny
I Barbara Seunnelman Allegheny
J. P. Koehler Pittsburg
I Adeline Leonard Plttsbuyt
J Edward Connolly Pittsburg
Hannah Connolly Pittsburg
(A. H. Bcmegger Pittsburg
iMaryTurney Pittsburg
(M. J. stoey McKeesport
(Sarah J. Walter McKeesport
(Michael Ryder Allegheny
(Delia Kennedy Allegheny
( Alex. Calssls Plum township
(Emma N. Kanjaley Patton township
( John O. Bryant Pittsburg
(Maggie Harrington Pittsburg
(John Laufer Pittsburg
(Frances L,. BUlmsn Wllkinsburg
iThsrvald A. V. Wolilbrandt Harrison twp.
(Louisa M.Arnold Harrison twp.
( Michael Kress Allegheny
( Catharine unk Allegheny
I Win. K. Keller Alleeheny
I Mary Fitzwllllams Washington
JSylvestMcCCook Bharpsburg
(Jennie Crlswell Sharpsburg
I wm. Stuck -. .Grafton. W.Va.
(Katie B. McClurg Allegheny
J Ueoree Berdls Braddock
(Annie Kubeck Allegheny
(Anthony F. Bishop Pittsburg
( Kate H. White Pittsburg
(Andrew Le Clare McDonald
( bevina Pappard Willow Urove
(Joseph B. Jones Pltt6burg
(Mary Kecs Pittsburg
j George B. Banghman Pittsburg
(Annies. Coyne ...Pittsburg
Beechau's Pills cure sick headache.
Pears' Soap, tbe purest and best ever made.
TJsxqrjAiED value in black cashmeres,
all wool, 46 in. wide, 60e a yard.
TTSSU HtJGUS & HACKE.
Fine onyx clocks sold very cheap at
Steinmann's, 107 Federal st. TTSSu
NOTICE 75 CENTS PER DOZ.
Cheapest Gallery In the World.
For one month Yeager & Co. will make
cabinets tor 75 cents per doz., to introduce
their fine work, at 70 Federal st., Alle
gheny. Bring baby. Ho stairs to climb.
Gallery on first floor.
Cabinet photos, $1 per doz. Lies' Pop
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st. . TXSu
"Wainwkight's beer is the purest and
best flavored. Kept by all dealers. Try it.
TTnequaled value in black cashmeres,
all wool, 46 in. wide, 0c a yard.
ttssu Hugus & Hacks.
MARRIED.
COOK WILLIAMS On Tuesday, Septem
brr 2f, 1889, at the residence of tbe bride's
parents, Mr. Frank A. Cook and Miss Lizzie
Wllllajis, all of Mt. Washington, Pittsburg.
DIED.
BROWN On Sunday. September 29, at 3 A.
JL, at his home. 169 Thirty-sixth street, Will
iam H. Brown (roll turner at Carnegie's
Thirty-third street mill), in his 57th year.
Funeral to-day (Tuesday), at 1 p. si., from
his late residence. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend.
COLLEY On Monday, September 80. at 2
o'clock a. 2i., Harry M only son of Joseph
S. and Katie R. Colley, nee Barclay, aged 3
fears, 3 months and 3 days.
Funeral from the residence of his grand
father, James Barclay, Birmingham avenue,
on Wednesday, October 2, at 2. o'clock r. jr.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend.
DARLINGTON WrilJAK ST. DARLING
TON, in his 75th year.
Funeral services at Guyasuta, Tuesday, 2 p.
M. Interment private at a later hour. No
flowers. Trains leave West Penn depot at 1:30
P. M.
tNew York and Philadelphia papers please
copy. 2
FOSTER At Innlskeel Island, County Done
gal, Ireland, September 13, at 12 M, Rich
ard Foster, father of Police Officer Thomas
Foster, aged 70 years 1 month and 1 day.
At rest.
'Tis hard, so hard to Dreak the cord,
When love has bound the heart.
'Tis hard to speak the words:
Must we forever part
Dearest loved one they have laid thee
lri"the peaceful grave's embrace;
But thy memory shall be cherished
x Till we see thy heavenly face.
FREUDENBERG On Monday, September
30, 18S9, at 2 J5 o'clock a. jr., Charles Freud
en EEKO, aged 37 years 9 months and 11 da s.
Funeral will take place from his late resi
dence. No. 2304 Carson street, on Wednesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the fam
ily are respectfully invited to attend. 2
GRAFF At Dnlutb, Minn., on Sabbath
morning, September 29, 1SS9, ot typhoid fever,
Charles H. Graff, M. D., son of Peter
Graff, Sr of Armstrong county, and brother of
Mrs. William H. Kirkpatrick, of Allegheny.
JOHNSTON On Monday, September 30, 1SS9,
at 7.30 A. SI., at his parents' resiaence, Millwood
avenue, near Thirty-tbird street, John John
ston, aged 22 y ears and 6 months.
Funeral on Wednesday, October 2, at 10
o'clock A. M.
JONES On Saturday night, September 28,
at the Homeopathic Hospital, Captain Will
iam Richard Jones, in his 51st year.
Funeral services at his late residence. Brad
dock, Pa., Wednesday, October-2, at 2:3u p. m.
2
KOST At the residence of her husband, 1206
Penn avenue, on Monday, September 30, 18S9,
at 10-J5 P. M., Christena, wite of Frank Kost
(nee Lutz), in the 26th year of her age.
Notice of funeral hereafter. 2
KENNEDY At his residence. 5700 Penn
avenue, on Sunday. September 29, 18S9, atGJ.5
p. m., Georok H. Kennedy.
Funeral services on Tuesday, October 1, at
3 P. it. Friends of the family, and members of
Carpenters and Joiners' Union .ho. 165 and lo
cal unions are respectfully Invited to attend.
2
MOORE At Crafton. Monday, September 30,
at 8.40 A. it., Samuel Moore, in his S5th year.
Funeral services on Wednesday at 2:30 p.m.
Trains leave Union depot, P., C it St. L. R.
R., at 12 M., 15 an d 2.-05 r. M. 2
McCORD On Sunday afternoon, September
29, at 3 o'clock, in Philadelphia. Sarah
Thompson, wife of James S. McCord.
Funeral services will be held at the residence
of her son, Walter S. McCord. 234 Western
avenue, Allegheny City, Tuesday morning,
at 10 o'clock. Interment private.
NAW At Homestead. Pa., Monday, Sep
tembcr 30. at 8:45 a. M.. Anthony Naw, son of
Catherine and the late Bernhard Naw in the
SOth year of his age.
Funeral from his mother's residence. No. 623
Dickson street. Homestead, Pa., Wednesday,
October 2, at 9 A. M. sharp. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend. Re
mains to be taken to Braddock for interment.
STEWART On -Monday morning. Septem
ber 30.S89, at 10 o'clock, David W. Stewart
in tbe 45th year of his age. '
Funeral services at his late residence, Logan
street, Sewickley. P., Ft. W. t C. R. R., on
Tuesday evening, Octoberl.at7.30. Funeral
from Federal street station. Allegheny, on
Wednesday morning at 935. interment at
Homewood Cemetery.
SCHREIBER At the residence of her
daughter, Waltbam.Mass., Elizabeth, widow
of the late Henry Schreiber, in the Goth year of
her ago.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
JAMES ARCHIBALD & BRO
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.
117, 119 andlS6 Third avenue, two doors below
Smithneld st, next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages for funerals,S3. Carriages for operas.
parties, &x, at the lowest rates. All new cai
riages. Telephone communication. myl-lI-TT3
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Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM" L
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Our opening this fall will be the finest ve
have yet presented. Our representative hJ
been in Paris and London all summer, and his
sent forward the most beautiful and fashioia
ble Paris and London styles in S
PATTERN BONNETS AND HATS'
That French and English artists have men
able to produce. f
'Mourning Millinery a specialty." "WeCan
supply on short notice" Hemstitch Nun's Tell
ing, the latest novelty for Mourning Veils.
Untrimmed Felt Hats and Bonnets 1
All shapes, shades and colors in medium and
finest goods. Also
FancyFeatherSjBirds'PlumesandTips.
PIECE VELVETSl
By the yard black and colors, ai shades.
VELVET RIBBONS.
Satin and cotton back, for millinery and dftss
trimming; Plain Satin and Gros Uraan Ribbons,
Moire Ribbons, Fancy Ribbons, evary shading
and combination. 1
Remember tho days, WEDNESDAY and
THURSDAY, and come into toe Opening
whether you have or have not received a card
it is impossible to address oni to all our
friends and customers. '
HORNE & WARD,
41 fifth: a. venue.
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tiRATEPDL COMH ORTINU.
EPPS'S COCOA.
BREAKFAST.
By a thorough knowledge ot the natural laws
which govern tbe operations of digestion and
nutrition,and and by a careful application of tho
fine propertie" of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps
has pro nded our breakfast tables with a deli
cately flavored beverage which may save us
many heavy doctors' bills. Itis by the judicious
use of such 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 there is a weak point. We
may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping our
selves well fortified wjth pure blood and a prop
erly nourished fram." Civil Service (iazette.
Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold
only in half pound tins by Grocers, labeled thus:
lac F n n C & f! n Homteopathic Chemists,
Jdb.ClipbOi.UU. London. England!
no3 h-90Tus
JAS. MNEIL & BRO.,
BOILERS,
PLATE AND SHEET-IRON
WORK.
SHEET IRON ANNEALING
PATENT
BOXES.
With an increased capacity and hydraulic
machinery we are prepared to furnish all work
in our lino cheaper and better than by the old
methods. Repairing and general machine
work. Twenty-ninth stteet and Allegheny Val
ley Railroad. f e5-55-TT3
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillings from SI up.
silver, 7fic; white alloy, $L
Gold Crowns a specialty.
Amalgara, COc;
DR. J. M. MCCLAREN,
Corner SmithSeld and Fourth avenue.
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OFFICIAL PITTSBURG.
No. 94.1
AN ORDINANCE AUPHOR1ZING THE
construction of a sewer on Fourth avenue
trom Grant street to Cherry alley.
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained ana
enacted by tbe authority of the same, That the
Chief of tbe Department ot Public Works be
and is beroby authorized and directed to ad
vertise In accordance with the acts of As
sembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
and tbe ordinances of the said Lily of Pittsburg
relating thereto and regulating the same, for
proposals for tbe construction of a pipe sewer
15 inches in diameter on Fourth avenue from
Grant street to a connection with sewer
on Cherry alley, the contract therefor to
be let in the manner directed by the said acts
of Assembly and ordinances. The cost and ex
pense of tbe same to be assessed and collected
in accordance with the provisions of an act of
Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsyl
vania, entitled, "An act relating to streets and
sewers in cities of the second Slass," approvea
the 18th day of May, A. D. 18S9.
Section 2 That any ordinance or part of
ordinance conflicting with the provisions of
this ordinance be and the same is hereby re
pealed, so far as the same affects this ordi
nance. Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils
this 9th day of September, A. D. 1S89.
H. P. FORD, President of Select Council.
Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD, Clerk of Select
Council. GEO. L. HOLLID AY. President of
Commton Council. Attest: GEO. BOOTH,
Olerkjbf Common Council.
Mayor's Offlce,Sentember 13, 1889. Approved:
WMMcCALLIN,Mayoi. Attest: W.S. Mc
CLSlARY, Mayor's Clerk. ""H"'-
Kicoraea in Ordinance Book. vol. 7. page 154,
NEW JtDVERriBEfllENTS
mm. k
LADIES, MISSES' and CHILDREN'S
CLOAKS
We handle only such
goods as 'we can guaran
tee. Goods that look
well and wear well. Good
goods at low prices. Our
Plush Garments are all
made with Quilted Satin -Lining,
Chamois Skin
Pockets and' Real Seal
Ornaments. The cheapest
is just as perfect in every
detail as the most expen
sive one, perfect in shape,
perfect in style and per
fect in make. Do not
buy until you have seen
our stock, for we feel cer
tain to please you, and
also fit you (Sizes as
Large as 50 in Bust
Measure).
Genuine Seal Plush Sacques,
$15 98, $17 50, $20, $25.
Genuine Seal Plush Wraps,
$9, $10, $12, $15.
Genuine Seal Plush Jackets,
$10, $12, $14, $16.
Our line of Cloth Gar
ments cannot be equaled
for assortment or styles
in the city, Everything
the fancy can think of,
together with the more
serviceable and sensible
garment, can be found in
our stock for Ladies',
Misses', Children and In
fants' wear. It will be
your own loss if you fail
to see our stock and com
pare our prices with those
of other houses. We can
and will save you fully
30 per cent on every gar
ment. Buy now while
the Stock and Assort
ment is complete. Do
not delay.
j
Sixth street and Penn ave.
TABLE CLOTHS.
White Table Linen from 10c to SI 33 a yd.
Tnrkey Red Table Linen from 50c to 75c a yd.
Unbleached Fringed Table Cloths, all sizes,
from SI 35 to S2 25 each.
Table Cloths, fringed and plain, with napkins
to match, S4 60 up.
NAPKINa
Napkins in and size". SI S3 a doz.
Turkey Red Napkins at 75c, SI and $1 25 a doz.
Dojlies at 4c, 5c, 8c, 10c each, or 48c, 75c, SI 25
a doz.
TOWELS.
Full line of Plain and Fancy Huck Towels,
12Ko to 4te each.
Flam and Damask Towels, 120 to 75c each.
Turkish Towels 8c to 35c each.
Turkish Wash Rags, 3c, 4c, So and 6c each.
Fleishman k Co.,
PITT3BURG, PA.
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BURGETTSTOWN FAIR
OCTOBER L 2 and 3.
Thirty-fourth annual Fair ot tho Union
Agricultural Association at Hurgettstown,
Pa. Excursion rates on the Panhandle, east
and west. se2S-3-D
STKAMKICS AND EXCURSIONS.
TTTH1TE STAK L1M ir-
fOK QUEENSTOWN AND LIVEEFOOL.
Royal aed United States Mall Steamers.
Adriatic, Oct.9,5:30 p m
Teutonic, Oc.16, 10:3m m
Germanic, Oct. 23, 3pm
Britannic Oct 30.10 am
Adriatic,-Nov. 6, 3pm
Teutonic, .Nov. 13, 9 a m
Germanic Nov. 31.3 pm
l!rltannlc,Nov.2r,8:30an
From White Star dock, foot of West Tenth at.
'Second cabin on these steamers. Saloon rates.
(30 and upward. Second cabin. (33 and upward,
according to steamer and location of berth. Ex
cursion tickets on favorable terms. Steerage. 2).
White Star drafts payable on demand In all tbe
principal banks throughout Great llrltaln. Ap
ply to JOHN J. MCUU1CMICK, 401 SmltbSeld s.t,
Pittsburg, or J. IiltliCElSilAi, General Agent,
41 Broadway, New York. ocl-D
--1UNAKD L.1NE.
NEW YOEK TO LrVEKTOOL VIA QUEENS
TOWN, KKOil FIEK 40 NOKTU BIVEIt
FAST EXPRESS MAIL SEKVICE.
Bervla, Oct. S, 2:30 r MiBothnia, Oct. 23,3m
Gallia, Oct 9, 5:30 A ujUmbria, Oct 26,6:30 A M
Etrurla, Oct 12, 7i30AM Servia, Nov. 2, 1 F M
Aurania, Oct. 19, 1 F Hitiallla, Nov. 6, 3 F u
Cabin passage, ?A (80 and flOO; Intermediate,
35. steerage tickets to and from all parts of
turope at very low rates.
VEKNON H. BKOW N & CO., General Agents,
4 Bowling Green, New York.
J. J. MCCOKM1CK. Agent
Fourth are. and Smithneld st, Pittsburg.
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STATE LINE
To Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin
and Liverpool.
FROM NEW YORK EVERY THURSDAY.
Cabin passage 33 to NO. according to location
of stateroom. Excursion (63 to (90.
Steerage to and from Europe ai Lowest Bates.
AUsriN BALDWIN A CO.. General Agents,
S3 Broadway, New Tort
J. J. McCORMICK, Agent, Piiitburg, Pa.
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AMERICAN LINE,
Sailing every Wednesday from Philadelphia
and Liverpool. Passenger accommodations lor
all classes -unsurpassed. Tickets sold to and
from Great Britain and Ireland, Norway, Swe
den, Denmark, etc
PETER WRIGHT & SONS,
General agents, 807 Walnut st, Philadelphia.
Full information can be had of J, J. McCOR
MICK, Fourth avenue and Smithfleld street
LOUIS MOESEB, 618 Smithfleld street.
HODSEKEEPING : LINENS I
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
B. & B.
Tubsdat, October!.
To begin October's
DRESS GOODS SAT.F.S:
A special line of very fine English
Suitings, in individual patterns (no
two alike), high" class in every par
ticular coloring, patterns and
quality at prices much lower than
usual.
Just opened yesterday. See them.
UMBRELLAS."
J5i 50 to begin, good substantial
Umbrellas 15 is the other limit,
including Ladies' and Gents' Um
brellas, the best known makes and
the best values in these cities.
RUBBER GOODS.
NEW MACINTOSHES that
show only cloth surface, in neat
and attractive patterns, " with
no hint of their being rubber, at
lowest prices. Ladies' Cloth Sur
face Westminsters, 3 50 and 4.
Rubber Circulars $1 25 up.
The greatest of all Cloak Parlors makes
-great promises it will pay 70a to see 11 the
promises can be kept
BOGGS & BUHL,
115,117,119.121 Federal sVAIIegheny.
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Not Like
Other Stores.
For one thing, we manu
facture the clothing. This
superiority of quality and
workmanship that we speak
to you about every day is no
guess-so. It's know-so, with
us.
We would shut up our
workrooms sooner than go
through the motions of mak
ing dependable clothing with
a doubtful, unreliable quality.
Then, we haven't the knack
of either reaching up to the
prices of merchant tailors,
though we keep such quali
ties, or room to keep the
cheap grades of cheap-price
goods. "
But are you looking for
either the highest prices or
the commonest clothing? "We
have neither.
Yet, there isn't a man who
buys clothing in this city that
we can't serve better than if
we did.
We keep none but reliable
clothing: no prices but fair
ones: giving for every dollar
as much as it's possible for a
dollar to get of such cloth
ing: and more intent by far,
on gaining your confidence
than your money. The
money will follow.
1,000 styles of goods for
to-measure work.
-
Wanamaker
& Brown,
Sixth street and Penn avenue.
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ZsTE'W
FALL CLOAKS
-FOR-
Misses, Children and Infants,
READY MADE OR TO ORDER.
A superb line otbeantifnl and stylish garments
in mixtures and plain at exceptionally ov
prices.
Boys' Kilt Suits and Overcoats,
READY MADE OR TO ORDER.
This is a SPECIAL department. Tbe (roods
I onnd here are all speclaUy made to oar order.
Tbe styles, finish and fit are perfect, and not to
be found elsewhere. See quality and prices.
Linen, Flannel and Silk Blouses.
Our line is very large. We also manufacture
to order anything desired in tbe above. THE
ONLY house in town that carries a stock and
also manufactures, certainly a great advantage.
INFANTS' COMPLETE OUTFITS,
READY MADE OR TO ORDER.
We can show two to ote more NEW AND
PKETTY styles in thla department than any
bouse in tbe tn o cities. Our own manufacture
has bad a wonderful sale, because tbey are bet
ter shapes, styles and finish than factory or con
vent goods, and no higher In price. Go:
Compare
our goods and prices.
New OhatelainoBags.
4 G, CAMPBELL k SONS,
710 Penn avenue, 710.
PENN BUILDING.
Between Seventh and Eighth st. '
NIW ADVXRTISEJCWrS.
OUR STAUNCH CRAFT
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GLIDES SWIFTLY OVER THE SEAV
POPULAR :
While the sea of commercial life
who, underestimating popular intelligence, thought te
haven of success by delusive advertising.
The sea of public patronage is a florid one for those whobww'kwr,
to take the current when it serves, -whUe it is a mighty roagk- fecji
those who set out on it either in a
wind.
THE MAN WHO
While he will not hit it; is sure to
thing beneath it Manj years ago when the elderly men oc to-aajr ,
were in early manhood, when happy parents of to-day were ' :
cnuaren we iaia tne iounaanon or our present eawmuaa t
business and we started in
at nothing less than to
this city, and we have, as you all know, suc
ceeded. To-day, therefore, we stand pre
eminent in our
too in the race or severe compe
::: tition. :::
For the Very
EQUAL IN EVERY RESPECT TO CUSTOM WORK,
YOU MTJST SEE
OUR MAGNIFICENT
EVERYTHING that you
EVERYTHING is to be found here. The best in every Kae that
can be offered for the price, is what
demand as buyers: it is what we
When some one can produce something better than the best, or set
thing in quality that is higher than the highest, or in price titi(J
lower than the lowest then we will
as nothing can be more than the
expect to wear our honors as chiefs
business.
FOR FIT, FEHSH AND FASHION
MEN'S, BOYS' and CHILDREN'S OVERCOATS,
MENS, BOYS' and
MENS, BOYS'
Beat the World, and we
All the latest and most modern
stock and we show the very newest patterns of the season in all oar:
goods. We recognize no competition with other ready-made Clothing 1
houses, knowing as we do that we alone of all the clothing-merchant
of this city offer Ready-made Clothing fit to compare with Merchant
Tailor gooas. uur patrons pay oniy ior me gooas tney acruaiiy get;
the money they spend does not, as is" of necessity the case with mer
chant tailors, help to pay for clothing worn by fashionable people who
have the bad habit of neglecting to
to get the BEST Clothing in every
lu uuc-uau jfuu u FA jrtu iau,
see us. WE GUARANTEE TO
WE HATE SAID SO MUCH ABOUT CL0TI1EV6
That very little space is left us wherein to speak of our
GRAND and EXTENSIVE STOCKS ,
Hats and Oaps, Furnishing
Goods and
We offer the best that money
more for your money than any other
waste time in inviting you to come and see us. You know what we hay
done in the past, so now let us tell you that we have goods plain encreglt
and rich enough to suit the tastes and wants of every buyer in Fittsbwrg,
and surrounding section.
TUESDAY NEXT BEING G. A. R. DAYJ
We cordially invite all members of
city, to make our store their headquarters. We shall keep open4hM
for all and none should miss calling on us. Come in and rest yourselysjj
give us your packages, wraps, bundles, etc., while you go oflt andjeajojr
yourselves, and we'll take good care of them. Again we say: CoaaeTaSd
ep lie Vntvll hA wa pftmd
A large and elegant Dinner Bucket given away free this weeleyySy
every purchase to the amount of $5 or upward in our Men's Clotiuag
department
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AIMS AT THE SUN:
fire higher than o&e" who aias at sow-!
with a hieh aim. We aimed - 'jA
be the leading clothiers of
line or Dusiness, mis 33vv
Finest Cloffiihj
AND ELEGANT STOCKi
can expect to find in a first-clas-!
we give every buyer. It h waat w
offer and engage to give as
be content to take a bacfc seat ,
most, or bigger than the biggest, -'
of bargain' givers as long, as wj
OHTLPRENS SUITS,
and OHTLDRENS PANTS
Lead the Land in Low Price.
styles are included in our mammoth
pay their tailor bills. If you desire
way and yet pay but from one-third
wuaxie wui miiui auu -iiut;yicK9.
PLEASE YOU IN EVERY WAY
Footwear.
can buy. If we couldn t offer yo
concern in the country, we woaldatt
G. A. R., as well as visitors .totSSl
GRIND BARGAIN ST.0I1
to 400 Mi,m
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