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:m-?z VMF. X rwa-Vi THE -s-!i38 PITTSBTJKG DISBAT.OH r.SXOTDALT,' -OCTOBEB ',ft "- t ' r .(A"Jf . '- . , . "aw-- rife MUST 'BE GLADSTONE. si "The Grand Old Man Spotted as the Author of an Article That Has SET ALL EUROPE BY THE EAES. Seasons for the Belief That He Wrote About the Triple Alliance. A 'BIG BOOM FOE THE ONLY BARXUIL .Maidstone to address a meeting of Conserva tive Home Rulers, and he did this with great tact and discretion. The amusing part ot the story, however, is in the obsta cles thrown in the way of the meeting being held. Lady Maidstone called the gathering at a house she had rented from an irreconcil able Tory. He protested against the meet in? beiuj held there, but without avail. Then the landlord build up walls, erected barriers and locked the gates on all ap proaches to his tenant's house. But this procedure only whetted the appetites of those who wanted to' attend. Walls, barriers and gates were swept away, and Xmbouchere had the pleasure of addressing a larger and mach more enthu siastic gathering than he had ever expected. Tories Bring Heavy Forces to Bear to Betain Tbeir Strongholds. The anonymous article on the triple al liance in a late English magazine, which has set all Europe by the ears, is generally attributed to Gladstone, though some think labonchere wrote it. Home Eulers still find it difficult to hold meetings. Belgrade comes again to the front in the world of European politics. mr CABLE TO THE DISPATCn.3 Loxdon-, October 5. It is now univer sally believed here that the article on the triple alliance and Italy's place in it, in the Contemporary Review, which has set all Europe to talking, is by Gladstone. He himself says that the Daily Xetcs was not authorized to attribute the article to him, which is considered to be an admission that "he is the author. The article was written in Paris, which gives another proof of the ex traordinary activity of Gladstone's mind, in that, while be was doing the Exposition, re ceiving callers and attending banquets, he yet found time to derote to a now historic article on the relations of England to the triple alliance. The Paris Temps points out a curious piece of internal evidence of authorship in the nom de plume by which the article is signed. "Outidanos" is no doubt suggested by "Outis," in the Odyssey. "Outis,"or nobody, is the punning name that Odysseus gives himself when he enters the cave of Polyphemus, whom he afterward blinds. When the deed is done and Polyphemus 'calls aloud for aid, he can only identify his, assailant as "Outis." ANOTHER STRAIT. Another circumstance that tends in the same direction is that a friend who was with Gladstone in Paris says that be spoke very constantly of the folly of Italy and the ruin its present policy was bound to bring to her nnances, and that some of the illustrations and facts which Mr. Gladstone employed in his conversation reappear in the article in the Contemporary Review. The press of London in dealing with the article take for granted that Gladstone is the author, and give him praise or blame according to' their politics. The Paris newspapers generally eulogize it Liberte discusses it at length, and gives it warm praise. It thinks it out of the question for anyone but Mr. Glad stone to have written tbe article. In any case, it says, the tone and style and manner of dealing with the European chess board are statesmanlike. If Italy is treated with rough sincerity, it is-also the object of warm affection. ITALY DOESN'T LIKE IT. Naturally enough, Italy is not so well pleased, as it is thought in Home that justice is not rendered to the motives which induced Italy to enter the alliance. It is remarked that since 1870, Prance has systematically opposed Italy, not only in her foreign policy and in her attempts to extend her commercial influence, but lias even attempted to create internal difficulties by tendering clandestine support to the Vatican and to the Ultramontane party. The only other theory as to the author ship of the article than "that it was written by Gladstone is that Labonchere, who is known to hold similar views in the matter, is "Outidanos." Labonchere is part pro prietor of the Daily iTeu, which first attributed the authorship to Gladstone, and it is just possible Iiabby might have been guiletul enough to originate the Gladstone theory in order to secure wider attention to, and greater prestige lor, his own opinions. THE GAMBLERS SAFE. Chlcaeo'a Grand Jury Rcfusea to Bride In Any Iodiclmeuta An InveHlIon of the Smoke Knitance Tbe- Judge's Action. Chicago, October 5. The grand jury fin ished its labors for the term and filed into Judge Horton's court this afternoon and presented its report, as follows: ALL OHAEGES DENIED. The Civil Service Examination Paper Mads Public Were Obsolete Tbe Fullest Inrestlg-llon U Co'nrted by tbe Commission Washington, October 6. Civil Service Commissioner Lyman was seen to-day and assed if he had anything to say concerning the publication in thejmoming Washington JPOst, and replied that his preference was for a thorough investigation by a competent tribunal, rather than any explanation or de fense in the newspapers, and that he sin cerely hoped that such an investigation would be had. In the meantime, however, and pending such an investigation, he would say the statement that the set of papers given out by Mr. Campbell were current papers, given out in advance of an examination, is untrue. They were papers, he said, that bad been previously used and bad become obsolete, such as the commis sion now publishes to the world in its an nual reports. As soon, he said, as the investigation made at the time by the commission devel oped the fact ot Mr. Campbell's connection HOESFOUD'S ACID PHOSPHATE, ' A Brain and Nerve Food, For lecturers, teachers, students, clergymen, lawyers, and brain workers generally. Do Ton Want to Know Where to find the best assortment of gentle men's hats? Try C. A. Smiley & Co. MEW ADVERTISEMENTS. IT STILL LEADS The crand inrv has been hnsllr enraged -ur ine almost the entire term In investlsatine lail I -;il, .t... . ., , : ... . i and bail cases and miscellaneous cSmplaints. ct""fTl tTs ' i ? SHrE Over 600 cases have been acted upon. With "v ot " taking part in it, and said so to this amount of business in band, larger than at any previous session of the grana jury, scarcely any attention could be given to the three charges presented bvtne Presiding Judge of the Criminal Court. Judge Horton. The smoke nuisance was taken up at such times as we could gain a spare hour, and many witnesses were heard in regard to it. There remained so many more that it was simply impossible to listen to their evidence, and the matter was passed to the uext grand jury. All the lottery cases which have been presented have been acted upon. But one gambling case was pre sented and acted upon. Then followed along special report on the smoke nuisance, in which the results of the examination of witnesses was given and various devices for the prevention were recommended. Judge Horton commended the industry and diligence of the grand jury and added: Gentlemen, when I made this charge I did not mean that you should investigate the different patents and advertise certain firms. But I meant to have you look into this abominable. nuisance and see if something could not be done. There is a remedy. That wo know. What we want to find out is why some men persist in maintaining a nuisance when it Is so seriously objectionable. Another thing that I thought was not in accordance with the usual plan of procedure. That was the sum moning of the offenders before vou to testify in their own cases, as was done in al most every instance with regard to this smoke investigation. Nor do I think it was necessary to hear the testimony of agents for patent smoke consumers. I think this jury has worked hard, and I realize the fact that there was a tremendous pressure brought to bear upon its members in their investigations, and now, if there is nothing more to be attended to, I will dismiss tbe jury. The Xeus intimates that the tremendous pressure referred to by the Judge was polit ical pressure, and that it was exercised to prevent the indictment of tbe gamblers. It declares that the case of gambler John Con don was investigated and a complete case made against him, but no indictment was found, so the attorney thought it useless to proceed further. BELGRADE TO THE PEONT. Ex-Qaecn Natalie's Determination to llnve Her BJebts. tBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH. Lokdon, October 5. Belgrade is again attracting the eyes of the political world. Queen Natalie is determined to have what she considers her rights, while the Begents, backed up by the Ex-King, are as resolute in refusing them. The young King is kept away from his mother and his affections appear to have been estranged, if any re liance may be placed upon the official tele grams. Bussia and Austria are watching events closely, but at present there is no sign of their proceeding beyond that stage. In the meantime, judging from one special correspondent's message, misfortune does not seem wholly to disagree with Queen iatalie. He says the Queen wore a tight fitting dress ofshepherd's plaid, a narrow, dark ribbon tied on one side round her neck, and her only jewels were diamond bangles on her wrists. Her splendid black hair fell unrestrained over her neck and shoulders, making a most effective frame for the handsome face. Her year of trials has added softness to her beauty, and her dark eyes shine with a veiled luster. Wide A watte People Are always on the lookout for bargains at Thompson's New York Grocery. 13 lbs granulated sugar $1 00 Extra sugar cured hams per lb 11 Extra sugar cured shoulders per lb. . GJ Extra sugar cured breakfast bacon. . 104 6 lbs large prunes 25 California evaporated peaches 10 California evaporated apricots 10 7 lbs rolled oats 25 4 quarts navy beans 25 1 dozen parlor matches 12 8 lbs large lump starch 25 1 can Blue Back mackerel 10 5 lbs Carolina rice 25 1 lb desiccated cocoanut 15 4 bottles home-made ketchup 25 Ivory soap per bar 4 1 sack choice amber flour 115 1 sack Thompson's amber 1 25 1 sack Thompson's "White Swan". 1 30 1 sack Thompson's St. Louis 1 0 lb canister Thompson's, pure bak ing powder 20 61bs20-centtea 1 00 4 lbs 30-cent tea. 1 00 31bs40-centtea 1 00 Goods delivered free to all parts of both cities. To those living out of the city will prepay freight on all orders of $10 and up ward. Send for catalogue. Issued this week. M. E. Thompson, Opposite Gusky's. 301 Market st. Commissioner Oberly, who concurred with him and thereupon left it to be completed oy mm, requesting that he get at the bot tom facts. He subsequently reported to Mr. Lyman "what he had found and his con clusion that Campbell should not be re moved, but reprimanded. "I expressed my satisfaction with his conclusion," said Mr. Lyman, "based upon the statement of the case as made to me by him. This matter occurred nearly or quite two years ago, and has not since that time been the subject of consideration bytthe commission I de sire," he added, "to make one other state ment now, and that is that there has never at any time been an appointment or a promo tion made at the'office of the commission in violation or evasion of the civil service rules. In every ..case the rules have been scrupulously complied with, as the records will clearly show." Mr. Roosevelt said: The charges, in so far as they are directly made, refer wholly to matters affecting the old commission when Messrs. Edeerton and Oberly were members thereof: they do not touch anything done in the commission since the first of May, when Governor Thompson and myself took office. They should certainly be investigated beforo a competent tribunal, and as theV affect the m&narament. nf the mm. mission under the previous administration, that muuuiu tuouiu contain democrats as wen as Republicans. In other words, the matter should be investigated by Congress as soon as it meets, and I not only court Buch investiga tion, but will regard it as a real misfortune if it does not take place. As regards anything that has been done since I myself came upon the commission, the accusations have been carefully put In the form either of inuendo or of some sweeping generality, so I shall merely say that any accusations of misconduct on the part of the commission during my term of service are false: and I particularly desire to see those making them do so before a tribunal where they must speak under oath. Remember This, Gentlemen! Gusky's great sale of men's fine fall over coats commences to-morrow. For full par ticulars read Gusky's ad. in to-day's paper. 82, $2 SO and 83 Hats in All The latest shapes at C. A. Smiley & Co.'s. DIothers Are Particularly Xnvlted To attend Gusky's great sale of boys and children's clothing this week. Money, yes, dollars, to be saved, mind you, and you surely should take advantage of the golden opportunity. Hnti for Big Heads A specialty at C. A. Smiley & Co.'s. Remember This, Gentlemen! Gnsky's great sale of men's fine fall over coats commences to-morrow. For fall par ticulars read Gusky's ad. in to-day's paper. DIED. ARTHUR On Saturday, October 5. 1SS9. at iSO A. , THOMAS F. Abthttb, aged 46 years. Funeral from his late residence, 1711 Sydney street, Boat-side, on 110SDAT, at 830 A. M. 2 AU3TOT-On Saturday, at 150 P. K., RtpH Wilson Atjamr, oldest son of Edward F. and Clara Austin, aged 6 years and 6 months. Funeral at 289 Federal street, Allegheny, at 10 o'dOCk'SUNDAY MOKNLKO. BARKER On Saturday. Octobers, 1889, at 6 o'clock a. c, Richard v. Baekeb, in the 40th year of his age. Funeral from his late residence, No. 57 Vick roy street, Monday. October 7, at 2 o'clock P. sr," Friends of the family are respectfully in vited to attend. DICKINSON On Saturday, Octobers, at 11 A. c, Fuedebick Dickinson, aged 40 years. Funeral fromtlate residence. Mulberry alley, between Twenty-eichth and Twenty-ninth streets. Monday. October 7. at 2 P. at. Friends ot the family are respectfully Invited to attend. 2 HAHN On Saturday morning. October 6. 18S9, Mary A. wife of G. W. Hahn. Services at the family residence Sharpsburg, Monday, at 2 p. jr. Private interment. Please omit flowers. 2 MCCLELLAND Of diphtheria, on Friday. October 4, 1SS9. at 6:15 p. M., Susie, daughter of William fad Mary McClelland, at their rest dence. 638 Penn avenue, aged 9 years 6 days. Funeral on Sunday at 2 p. K. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. O'BRIEN-At his residence. 48 Tunnel street, on Saturday. October 5, 1889, at 435 P. H., William, son of Timothy and the late Wmf red O'Brien, aged 32 years. Funeral from bis father's residence, 74 Mar ion street, on Monday morning at 830, to pro ceed to St. Paul's Cathedral. P1FER At the residence of his parents. Raymond, youngest son of Fred and Emma FiXer, Saturday evening, October 5, 1S39, at 7 o'clock, aged 3 years, 9 months and 16 days. Funeral Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, from his late residence, Morningsido road. Eighteenth ward. 2 ROBINSON-October 6, 1889. at 130 P. at. ueokqe w. kobinson, aged 37 years. Funeral will take place from the residence of his parents, 20 Crawford street, on Monday, October 7, 1889, at 2 p.m. Friends of the' fam ily are respectfully invited to attend. 2 RICHARDS On Saturday morning. October 5, 1889, Chari.es Richards, aged 69 years. Funeral from residence, Woods Run avenue. Tenth ward, Allegheny, on Monday, October 7, at 2 p. m.' Friends of the family are respect fully invited to attend. 2 ROWBOTTOM-On Friday, October 4, 1889. at 6 a. st, William Rowsottom, in his 61st year. Funeral from his late residence. No. 222 Washington avenue, Allegheny, on Sunday, October 6, at 2 p. it. Friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend. Cincinnati paperi please copy.l 2 SUnLTVAN On Saturday, October 5, 18S9, at 335 p.m., Margaret, daughter of John and Bella Sullivan, aged 21 years and 11 days. Funeral will take place from her late res!-' dence, rear of 2001 Penn avenue, Monday horning at 9 o'clock, ifriends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. Worcester (Mass.) pacers please copy. TAYNE Suddenly, on Saturday, October 5. 18S9, Edna May, daughter of William J. and Elizabeth Tayne, aged 1 year and 4 months. Funeral from the parents' residence, 134 Allen street, Thirty-first ward, on Monday, October 7, at 10 a. m. Friends of the family are respectfully, invited to attend. WILSON October 6. 1889, at 2 o'clock Elizabeth, the wife of Wm. T.Wilson and tbe daughter of Captain James Thompson. Funeral from her late residence, Springdale, on Monday, at 2 o'clock, on the West Penn Railroad. The friends of the family are re spectfully invited to attend. Portiere Bed at $12 00. This bed is giving all the advan tages of higher priced fold ing beds.and when hand somely draped, is a richer piece of furniture than most heavy wood-front beds. rdimir imttx'z&'irsjL ; ysMmmmmfmwf.-?- ' j m?3rH It Ms a Tain - iO IM ffffl m is. cuiiiii P. C. Schoeneck, 7U LIBERTY ST. pittsburg; N. B. Our Exposition exhibit is in north west end of main building. Goods there dis played are but a small sample of the enormous stock shown at warerooms. Visitors welcomed at our warerooms at all times. oc6-wsu IBOITS WEAR THE PRIDE SCHOOL : SHOE. We have already been compelled to purohase a second stock of FALL OVERCOATS. The same, unrivaled excellence in quality and style at low prioes, whioh sold the first lot quickly, has put thejiew one on the move. Our assortment is now the most com plete, and you will-find both your taste and your form anticipated. Prices, $7 60, 810, $11, $12, $13, $14, $15 and upward. Extra good values also in Fall Suits for Men, Fall Suits for Boys, .Fall. Suits for Children, Fall Hats, Fall Underwear. & Tailors, CIotMers aM Hatters, 161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny. Best fitting. Best for wear. Most stylish and XL any that have ever been produced. The price is only 81 SO. Every pair bears trade mark. There'll be Many a Stormy Day To test the robustness of schooibovs. Pro Tide them with the proper sort of "clothing and so keep out both cold and dampness. Be sure you visit Gusky's for what your boys want in the shape of fall and winter suits and overcoats. Eemember, lowest prices for reliable goods always. f A Full Assortment of Dunlap's celebrated hats always at C. A. Smiley & Co.'s. GETTIXG THERE JDST AS USUAL. The Greatest Show on Earth to Head the Lord Slayor'a Procession. IBT CABLE TO THE DIBPATCH.1 lONDON, October 6. Restraining im pulses that have hitherto led him to court obscurity, the original and only Barnum has already succeeded in making himself prominent before the English public. The seven hundredth Lord Mayor's Day in the history of London is to be celebrated on November 9, with a pageant that for pomp and grandeur will eclipse anything ever be fore attempted in the metropolis. The cir cumstance that the occasion is one of the most awful solemnity, did not deter the agents or the original and only from offering to help out the procession by adding to it a section of the "greatest show" on earth;" and, more remarkable still, the Celebration Com mittee have accepted the offerjconsequently, Barnum's elephants, lions, tigers and other beasts of his menagerie are to figure in the Lord Mayor's pageant, as representing the fauna of the colonies. I violate no confidence when I state that Barnum's name will not be painted out in the circus wagons used in the parade. DATING A HARD FIGHT. Tories Bringing Heavy Forces to Bcnr to Retain Supremacy. 1ST CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.! London, October 6. The Tories are making strenuous efforts to retain the repre sentation of Bucks and Peterborough. The greatest pressure is being put upon the rural laborers by the clergy, and as in the case of Stafford, tbe followers of Lord Salis bury are sanguine that this will bring about tne aesireu iesuiu The Gladstonians are, however, by no weans disheartened, despite the forces they are compelled to fight against it In Peter borough, particularly, the influence of the Fitzwilhams family is fading, and without Fitxwilliams, Peterborough would be a Gladstonian stronghold. HEETIKG UKDEE DIFFICULTIES. Wall, Gates nnd Barriers Swept Away by the Home Balers. rer casus to the dispatch. IiOXDOS", October 5. Labonchere has, this week, had a .somewhat peculiar expe- rkace for him, He was invited by Lady A Great Day. You never saw such a sight as was wit nessed yesterday by a reporter as he passed the large store of the Pittsburg Combination Clothing Company (P. C. C. C.) cor. Grant and Diamond sts. The entire store and both entrances were crowded to overflowing with bargain seekers, and it was with diffi culty that he forced his way in and inter viewed the manager. Yeswe've been very very busy to-dav, that genial gentleman said (as he quietly directed six stockmen to unload a table of overcoats) and it's all due to that big special Saturday sale of ours. I think our salesmen are the" finest in their line in the city, and though the store is now black with people waiting to be served, they all will receive polite attention. V"e 'shall continue this sale of men's suits and over coats ror Monday. P. C. C. C. Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the' new Court House. Remember ThU, Gentlemen! Gusky's great sale of men's fine fall over coats commences to-morrow. For full par ticulars read Gusky's ad. in to-day's paper. Mat-rinse ZJcenaea Granted Yesterday. Name. , Beildenee. (R. J. Brand 1 WellsTllle, O (Liizle FrlscVfcorn iiurgettstown ("William U. Hand Chicago, 111 ( Mamie Sanders Allegheny McKeesport McKeesport Olenfleld Glenfleld Plttsbnrg Plttsbnrg Pittsbur? Dora Loth Pittsburg Andrew Sabow Natrons. MaryDusko Natrona (N. (i. Patterson .'. Pittsburg Carrie M-Vcyman Plttsburit (Archibald Osborne Allegheny Alice Holligan . Allegheny (Gust Doesterm Braddock J Josephine Benson Pittsburg I Daniel L. Luti Mifflin township J Theresa K. Jordan Baldwin township ( Harry Meredith McKeesport 1 Lu;y Mathlas McKeesport (Chris. F. Portcous Pittsburg J Elizabeth J. Wright Plttsbnrg (John A. Kllnesnlth Freedom Charlotte Clinton Chartiers ( Michael Malcney Pittsburg Bridget FaUen Allegheny ANTHONY MBYEK, (Successor to Meyer, Arnold fc Co., Llm.,) UNDERTAKER AND EJIBALMER. Office and residence, 1134 Penn avenue. Tele phone connection. mylO-bD-srwrSu HIMMELRICfl'S, Market St, Entrance 430-436. Braddock House, 916 Braddock Ave. ocO-So jsn&'vr JAMES M. FULLERTOM, UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER, f No. 6 Seventh Stkeet. Telephone 1153. ap27-82.'WTSu CURED OF SICK HEADACHE. "W. D. Edwards. Palmyra. O.. writes: "I ham been a great sufferer from Costiveness and Sick Headache, and cines, nut have tried tiven nun- (Patrick Ward...- (KoraCayne (William Martin.. Mary Kran t James Sevenson.. i Kachel Cbaplan., (John Basky., ti Tuft's Pi iy modi- s is the only one that gave me relief. I find that one pill acts better than three of anv other kind, and does not weaken or gripe.'" Ele gantly sugar coated. Dose small. Price. 25c Sold Everywhere. Office, U Mueeay steeet, New Yobk. TTSSU FALL CLOAKS FOB Misses, Children and Infants READY'MADE OR TO ORDER. A superb line of beautiful and stylish garments in mixtures and plain at exceptionally low prices. Boys' Kilt Suits and Overcoats, READY MADE OR TO ORDER, . in. is a oriu,i&ii Department, xne Roods iuuuu uere are ail s I ocfrwTSn V Mf Vjfc,, J r W mm mi We may say we- don't care what Mrs. Grundy sayylliffij we do care. She is a terrible old lady and we are all 6rr?oS less under her dominion. If we1 are conscious of h&yinggmi a last year's Bonnet or an old fashioned Wrap the? words "What will Mrs. Grundy say?" are words of terrib1ekgitj to us. Independentof Mrs. Grundy and her terrible? f"sayj we all feel more comfortable to be seasonably and rKaw dressed. For STYLISH .and SEASONABLE HAJ&m WRAPS where, if not at FLEISHMAN & COJS.'afaijm find a full assortment of BONNETS, ROUND HATS jl j ftiinii j, yjLT.iJ-,ur.LLx o iixxa, Aju.ix jri.Afj;i BONNETS, PON-PONS, WINGS, AIGRETTES! OSTRICH TIPS, PLUMES, BIRDS, FANCY FEATH3 ERS, eta DETTJXiX, TO: M -s I (w"w I r f VKW0 " 1 T V I r l l r-i.v, Sr A v i, if w , . I I fill I w If fill .1 : :f, . I f V I- T " ' I I I I d ' I I .1 I " Mi Mr ,r tvJrA LADIES' and CHILI The styles, finish an db iouna eisewnere. made to out order. fit are perfect, and not to see qnauty ana prices. Will Ton be Disappointed? No. Gusky's grand sale of men's all over coats commences to-morrow morning and the attention of gentlemen who usually patronize merchant tailors is called to the sale. The prices commence at 510 and run np to $30, and it is safe to say that never previously were such overcoats offered for the money. Stylish and careful dressers be sure you visit this grand sale. ' C. A. Smllry & Co.'a Special Styles In gentlemen's hats are a great success. Call and see them. C. A. Smilet & Co., 28 Fifth avenue. There'll Bo Many a Stormy Day To test the robustness of school boys. Pro vide them with the proper sort of clothing and so keep out both cold and dampness.' Be sure yon visit Gusky's icr what your boys want in the shape ot fall and winter sujts and overcoats. Eemember, lowest prices for reliable goods, alwavs. $, 82 50 nnd $3 rial. In AH The latest shapes at C. A. Smiley & Co.'s. Gusky's are ready for the greatest fall season's trade. They are experienced in their business career, with a stock of clothing, hats, famishing Goods and footwear three times larger than what is carried by anv other house in Pittsburg. Prices lower by 25 per cent thau elsewhere guaranteeJ. Gentlemen Accnitomed To patronizing merchant tailors shonb! r member that beautiful fall overcoats, equal m cine, cm, uia&e, dimming ana material to what merchant tailors turn out, can be obtained to-morrow at Gnsky's great sale of fall overcoats at all prices from J10 to 530. To gentlemen accustomed to having their clothing made to order these overcoats will be a revelation. The Uor Are Dellchtcd With those "flying tops" which we present with every suit sale. They fly 1,000 feet in the air, and .are the nearest approach to an air ship yet invented. Boys' suits, sizes i- m a, so, , co. jr. u. U. C, Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., odd. the new Court House. fe. oras &m Do Yon Peel all tired out, nervous, irritable and without appetiior Hood's Sarsaparilla will overcome tbat tired feeling, tone yonr nervous system, purify your blood, sharpen your appetite, cure indigestion and sick head ache and make you cheerful and happy. Be snre to get Hood's Barsaparilla. "There goes my corset lace again!" And it generally happens at an inconvenient time. Do you know why it breaks? The eyelet cuts it. Eyelets are going to cut no more; for the two best corsets are eyeleted with loops of corset lace, which neither cut nor show through a thin dress. The Ball is the easy corset that has sott eyelets; the Kabo has them also. The Kabo.may be called the cor set that stays where you put it. ' . Wear them two or three weeks; and then, if not satis factory, take them back and get your money. Chicago Cobset Co.,Chicago and New York. Linen, Flannel and Silk Blouses. Our line is verv large. Wa also mannfanttiro to order anything desired in the above. THE ONLY house in town that carries a stock and also manufactures, certainlya great advantage. INFANTS' COMPLETE OUTFITS, READY MADE OR TO ORDER. We can show two to one more NEW AND PKETTY styles in this department than any house in the two cities. Our own manufacture has had a wonderful sale, because they are bet ter shapes, styles and finish than factory or con vent goods, and no higher in price. Compare our goods and prices. New Chatelaine Baga ; k i CAMPBELL & 710 Penn avenue, 7f0. PENN BUILDING. Between Seventh and Eighth sts. Open until 0 p. m. Saturdays. se29-Tarsu FREE TICKETS ! A round trip ezenrsion ticket from all points within SO miles of Pittsburg and admission to the Exposition will be given FREE to any per son buying tbe best set of teeth; price 510, or having SUFworth of fllUnR done at the follow in; low rates: Gold fillings SlOOandnp White alloy fillings 1 00 SilverflUlnes 75 Amalgam fillings. GO Extractinc teeth 23 Administering gas.... 0 Fine gold filling and gold crown work a spe cialty. Buy your excursion ticket, the cost of which will be deducted from your bill when the work Is done. y3 fflBjjgt HisIbI II m If fsl " 1 &"ffitvy 5iJ DESKS A -SPECIALTY. The Most complete KTocKin the city. BED ROCK PBI0E3 We also manufacture the wonderful combination Easy Clialr. STEVENS CHAIR CO. No. 8 SIXTH ST, lml2-86-su PITTSBURG,PA BOSTON NOVELTY ST0BE, 406 and 408 Wood Street. "THE TALK" 1 Of the town is this trreat stare, when trm largest business fever done In this city Is now being done. 112 piece decorated dinner set onl Evemhlnff sold at Drices named.. xu r". LOOK AT OUR PRICES. specialty. This cut represents our uew Dlrectoire Jacket made of fine imported Beaver cloth in all shades and colors; the vest is tight fitting, and taken altogether it is the most popular and stylish Jacket shown this sea.. Bon; price, $9 98. The customers in our Cloak Department increase daily, because quality, prices and styles of our garments mace tne lames our mends, in regard to Flushes, as we handle only the best quality of London Dyed Seal Plushes, we can guarantee every garment we sell to be per fect in material, style, fit and workmanship, while our prices are away below what others asK lor mucn interior qualities. Don't take our word for this, but make us prove it, is what we want you to do. Note these prices, see the goods, and then judge for yourself. Genuine London Dyed Seal Plush Sacques, $15 98, $17, $20, $25. Genuine London Dyed Seal Plush Jackets, $10 49, $12 50, $15, $18, Genuine London Dyed Seal Plush Wraps, $9 50, $12, $14 50, $20. Ladies' Fine Broadcloth Jackets, $2 24, $3 99, $4 74, $6. Ladies' Tailor-made Stockinette Jackets, $2 99, $3 50, $4 99, $6. Children's Gretchen Coats, Newmarkets and Jackets in endless variety, and an as sortment large enough to please the most fastidious, while prices are right fl 49 to Infants long and snort coats a The above cat represents a Ladies' 40-lnch Seal Sacque, quilted satin lining,- four real seal loops and chamois pockets. Price, $16. ulluiu uJlll "lfl -. "?-a . r, , ' - '".Y'ffI .Miatur-'. The shove cut reprooontq a. .Ulster, -with, loose front, araig In back and long1 storm cape. Price, 916. -)-(- FLEISHMAN CO.'S New Department Stores, 504-506-508 Market Street, Pittsburg, PS THE TENS OF THOIiSASl -OF- '! $16 00. PITTSBURG'S FRIENDS "Who have teen thronging our streets for the past week certainly have not b 1 sion short of attractions. Hot only the Exposition, hut the regular places of nnnnnmsiit with lively attractions, have contributed abundantly to the aterta-et of the eye m! .... ... .. ....... . "Rj ear, but the. greatest entertainment to xB;ja,ornrre0rYite imittm. found at PIC-B-ERENTGFS -ti 12 00. oc649 OR. I. S. WAUGAMAN, DENTIST 311 SmitMeld, street' 0&77ZJ, PHOTOfiRAPHBE, IB BETH STREET, A fine, large crayon portrait tit GO: see them before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets. S3 and 12 60 per dozen. PROMPT EVbVT anll-16-WT3u p AT;EFTS. - O. D. Id-VIS, Solicitor of Patents, SU Fifth avenue, above Smitnfleld, next Leader office. (Nodalar.) Established 20 venn. I K2&3Q , " - 10 niece decorated toilet set on! 6 niece decorated tea set. onlv i 0 doz. steak dishes, white granite, only 10c. 200 dob square dishes, white granite, lOo to 90 doz. white granite soup plates only 5c. 120 doz. white granice dinner plates only 5c 70 doz. gilt band handle cups and saucers only 10c. 20 doz. square decorated china enspidores only 60c 100 doz. heavy pieced tin dish pans, 8-qt 10c. l()-qt.l5c.l2-qt.20c,l-qt.25c. GOO enameled lined kettles, 2-qt. 25c, 8-qt 29c, 4-qt 35c,6-qt. le, tt-qt. 49c, 8-qt 69c, 10-qt. 69c! 100 iron pots and kettles, H os. 7, 8 and 9, your Choice for 25c Flat Irons, 6 fi, 7 B and 6 ft, yonr choice for 25c Chamber pails, ass't colors, only 18c. Acme fry pans only 5c. 2-qt covered pails only 5c. wash tubs, all sizes, from 10c to St 00. Brass bird cages 60c 89o and 81 00. Howell's ammonia water only 7c GKEAT BAKGAINS IN DOLLS. Jointed doll, bisque head, flowing hair, 12 Inches long, 19c Kidfrarlv rfnll rtfsniiA rtAful. flnwfne. Tial 9n inches long, 25c. ' Patent head doll, flowing hair, shoes and Stockings, 23 inches long, 60c Dressed doll, bisque head, flowing hair, show. lag teeth, 17 inches long, cheap at SI, only 59c. Rubber dolls from 10c to S2 50. Beautiful dolls, all kinds, from 6c to Jo. Albums, full sizes, silk plusb, 69c Hundreds of different styles of vases, 5c to $3 00. Also a full line of glassware, tinware, cook ing ware, sllverware,wooden ware, willow ware, picture frames, statues, toys of all kinds at one half the price sold elsewhere, t immense bargains on our 6o and 10o counters. H. C. HAYDEN &, CO. ocoVwbu TEETH, $5, $8, $10 Gold fillings from' $1 uu. . Amalgan, 60c: Silver, 7oc; white alloy, H., ' uoiu .rowus specialty, OR. J. M. MCCIRET, w Coraw tolthfleW and Fourth m&uc, J ' SEVEN EXTEAOEDHTAEr TALTJE3 -nr- BLACK DRESS GOODS. Just opened 100 pieces Black Cashmeres, 12Ko per yard; these goods are not strictly all'wool. 10OJ nieces Black Cashmere, 33 inches widethis is the usual 40-cent quality; our price)25c per yard. 200 pieces extra fine Cashmere, full dou ble width, fine finish; the usual fiOo quality, 34c perVard. lOOpieces all-wool Cashmere, extra -weight, full count, superb luster, usual 65c quality, 60c per yard. ' 78 piece- nil-wool Henrietta, 47. inches .!. .MLni.ti mj1 injtAmnavqnla ,n voltia tvlUC, oli. UUUU iU UI-J lavib Jii fs( 60o per yard. 50 pieces' all-wool Henrietta, 47 inches wide, Guillimet's celebrated dyes, full weight, usual- U 00 quality, 76c yard. 100 pieces Black Henrietta, 47 inches wide, gastonian finish, rich luster, full count, Guillimet well-known dyes. Ihis is the usual $1 50 quality, $1 00 per yard. A BOON FOR HOUSEKEEPERS, The Keystone Beater, now on exhibition and in operation afc our stores, is attracting much attention from liousewivea. It is an ingeniously contrive article and is a sur prisingly useful one for the purpose for which it was designed, namely,, for beating eggs, whipping creant, etc. It is operated by an agent, who is constantly surrounded by a crowd of interested -pectatora. "Every housekeeper, whose arsis have ached after manipulating the usual makeshifts for beaters, should examine this one at our store. . j Sixth St, and PenniAve,. Ever Popular Household Furnishing Bazaar! i "Which has been crowded with eager buyers from far and near. "While othw Sealers iavB been depending for patronage on their loud-sounding, yet withal most ridiculous. a-Tsr-jS tisementa, Pickering appealed to the good sense of the people, with the result tbat HOBE THAN DOUBLED any previous week's business. Many of hi Gssioaan visited? other Cash and Credit Houses before T-Hting his, hut they found that thy ceH vei spared their trouble and saved themselves much annoyaace by making a -ee-lhw fer tfca j .. . . ........- J n, . popular store, comer Tenth, ana -'eon, where could be obtained for Cass or Time h i and most complete stock of HOUSEHOLD AND OFFICE FURNITURE AND CARPETS In the city of Pittsburg. They not only found this, but they also found aaoir ft-MT which was a very acceptable discovery to the wives and daughters ot the working eksi This was nothing more nor less than the choice of .all the latest and newest styles of , Ladies' Cloaks, ladies' Jackets, Ladies' CiKnilarsS Ladies' Dolmans, Ladies' Wraps, Etc; CODXD BE OBTAINED EITHER FOR CASH OR ON EASY PAYMENT Money-saving bargains all over the store! Call and see how welcome we'll je'ye7l -whetherjou purchase or not. "We pay expressaze for delivery of all purchases a4 girt aPETICSTto-l9 Exposition with every purchase made. Again we aay, .andsecusl PICKERING' OLD ESTABLISHED HOUSE, t Corner Tenth Street and PennAvenucl Ll lf Ml 4.V Jy& I . . rtfjr.i y Sfc. rt .