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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1889.
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A GBEAT OIL FIELD.
Much Excitement Aroused by the
.; Strike Sear Mannington, W. Va.
PEOSPECTSOFTHENEWTERRITORI
Terrible Ipidemic of Typhoid in the Ti
cinity of Lnrgettstown.
MOXET FOE THE JOHXSTOWK ffORKEES
fttECMX. TELEGRAM TO TBI DISPATCa.1
"Wheeling, October 21. The reports
first sent out regarding the coming in of the
Jackson veil at 1,000 barrels a day in the
new oil field near Mannington, -while
somewhat exaggerated, have some founda
tion. The well did come in strong,
but is now plugged awaiting the
arrival of machinery and tanks,
and its capacity has not yet been
thoroughly tested. Its powers will be fully
known when the tanks arrive. The excite
ment over the development of this new ter
ritory is intense. The town is crowded with
oil men Irom all parts ot the country, and
property is changing hands at fabulous prices.
Thousands of acres of land have been leased,
and those who were fortunate enough to get
options before the drillins commenced are now
realizing: handsomely by selling their options.
Preparations are making for the sinking of
other wells, and extensive operations will toon
be under way. The Standard Oil Company
controls a laree number of leases in this terri
tory. Experienced oil men say the field has a
K eat future. The oil was struck in the Big
jun" sand, at a depth of 2.000 feet, half
mile lrom the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad,
and demonstrates that the town of Mannington
is about the center of the belt, which runs
from the Pennsylvania oil field to the Parkers
burg district.
A CROOKED PITTSBDEGER
Landed in Jail nt Wheeling for Defrandics
Bnftiness 3Ien.
rErECTAt, TELEGRAM TO THE DISPi.TCIT.1
Wheeling, October 21. H. E. A. Strict
ford, claiming to represent a Baltimore hard
ware house, is in the lockup at the City Hall
on a general charge of crookedness. Strickford
came here from Pittsburg about two months
aeo and secured handsome apartments in the
Eeilly bloct,at Market and Fourteenth streets.
There he displayed a big line of fine hardware,
and appeared to be doing a fine business. A
week or so ajro information received from the
Pittshurg Dolice authorities indicated that
Strickford was crooked, and a tip was given
the jewelry stores, and other places where he
might attempt a stroke of business.
Saturday Strickford went to Hehrank's jew
elrv store and selected about ?150 worth of
stuff, tendering a bogus check. He failed to
get the goods, and the police being notified, he
was arrested, but not until he had obtained
sums of money, running from $10 to $80, from
various parties, including Mayor Seabright.
The police authorities have been notified.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weindorf, of Falrview, met
with a ratal accident to-day. The child while
playing with lima beans got one In its throat
and was strangled.
THE SEARCH FOR THE DEAD.
Johnstown Citizens Rntso 5,000 to Con
tinue tbn Work In Stony Creek.
rSrZCMI. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.
Johsstown, October 2L The citizens of
Johnstown have raised $5,000 to contlnne the
search for the dead. James McMillen, of the
Cambria Iron Company, and A. J. Moxbam, of
the Johnson Company, subscribed 1.000 each.
The work of cleaning out Stony Creek river,
where the State forces left off. will be com
menced at once, and continued as long as the
weather will permit Four new fire engines
have been contracted for to be delivered in 90
days.
The School Board of Johnstown, under tho
law, cannot borrow any more money, and the
appeal for help has Deen taken up by the
Junior Order ot United American Mechanics,
and already over 81.000 has been contributed.
The Flood Commission meets in Philadelphia
to-morrow, and unless some hitch occurs at tho
meeting it is probable that the final distribu
tion will be commenced on Wednesday or
Thursday.
News Xotea From Ncnrby Town.
The Park Hotel, of New Brighton, was sold
yesterday to Messrs. Blinn and Streuben, the
consideration being $19,000.
The cutters and blowers at the Dithridge
Glass Works. New Brighton, struck yesterday
for one week's pay, tho firm having agreed to
settle in full last Saturday.
AT Waynesburg yesterday the trial of Frank
Clark, 8r., indicted for complicity in the Mc
Causland murder, was postponed until the
January term. None of the defendants will be
tried this term.
The Republicans of Washington County yes
terday nominated Hon. J. 13. Finley for the
Assembly, to fill the vacancy caused by tho
resignation of Hon. J. K. Billingsley. The
nomination was made by acclimation.
He Mode No Information.
Bev.W. H. Knox says it is not true that
he made an information against Boden, the
dead speak-easy proprietor. He is not en
gaged in that kind of work.
Beech ax's Fills cure bilious and nervous ills
Peaks' Soap secures a beautiful complexion
TTPHOID IS EPIDEMIC.
Forty Cases Reported In One Neighbor
hood Near Barcettstown.
tSrECIAL TELEOBAM TO THE DISPATCIt.3
BcBGETTSTOWir, October 21. Typhoid fever
in a very malignant form has broken out in
this neighborhood Several deaths have al
ready occurred, and a nnmber of people are
down with the disease at Patterson's Mills,
about 12 miles from there. One doctor alone
reports 40 cases, while at Harshaville a large
number are prostrated by the scourge. Near
the latter place lived a family consisting of
three young men and their mother.
A few weeks ago one of the young men was
taken sick with the fever and died. Shortly
afterward another of the sons was stricken and
died, and now the third one has the contagion.
The neichbors. fearing to contract the disease,
will not go near the house, and the mother is
worn out by her long watch.
A NEW CONNECTING LINK.
TESTEKDAI'S 1XQDESTS.
The Mortality Lint of Several Days Con
sidered by tho Coroner.
Inquests were held in a number of cases
yesterday with the following results: The
emaciated man found at Skunk Hollow on
Sunday morning was identified as Christ
Hefler, aged 61, a carpet weaver, who lived
at Thirty-second and Liberty streets. The
verdict in the case was death from heart
failure. Accidental death was the verdict
in the case of James Peterson, struck by the
limited mail train at Copeland on Sunday
morning.
The same result was reached in the case
of Thomas Dougherty, who was baked to
death in Long & Co.'s mill last Friday.
The jury recommends that gratings be put
over the openings to furnace draft chambers.
Heart failure was the cause to which the
sudden death of Philip Eibert, a teamster
of the Pittsburg Transfer Company, on Sat
urday morning was attributed. Accidental
death was the finding in the case of Bernard
Keelan, who died suddenly on Sunday at
his home in Soho. A similiar verdict was
rendered on William B ram mar, who died
from injuries sustained through a fall lrom
a roof in Sewickley. The inquest on Peter
Lomasky, killed on Saturday on the Balti
more and Ohio road, resulted in another
verdict of accidental death. The body of the
unknown man killed at Stewart station last
Tuesday is still at the morgue unidentified.
The verdict was killed by being struck by a
train.
Wedding Gifts Packed Free
Of expense and shipped to any destination,
avoiding annoyance and delay to customers.
Every courtesy and attention shown you in
E. P. Boberts& Sons Wedding Gift De
partment TSU
Beatjn's Vegetable, Blood and Eheu
matio Bitters, purely vegetable and a sure
cure for rheumatism. Sold by all druggists
and at Fleming's, 412 Market st. TTSSu
To-day we will sell men's fine kersey,
melton and cheviot overcoats, silk-faced,
worth J18, at $8 to-day. P. C. C. C, cor.
Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new Court
House.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Cabin-et photos, $1 per doz. Lies Pop
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st. ttsu
"Wonderful, bargains at Semple's stores.
Closing out. See advt to-day.
The pleasantest and most wholesome
drink is F. & V.'s Pilsner beer.
DIOCESAJi HLX1STEEIAL CHARGES.
The Western New Tork and Pennsylvania'
Proposed Rome to Oil City.
- rSrZCTAL TELSOBAM TO THE riSPATCII.l
FEAjrKxnr, October 2L The Western New
Tork and Pennsylvania Railroad Company to
day commenced to mace a survey for a new
route for their road to serve as a connecting
link between Ston boro and Oil City. For sev
eral years past this road has run its trains over
the tracks of the Lake Shore and Michigan
Southern road beeen tho places named, but
the latter served a notice on the Western New
York and Pennsylvania Company that this ar
rangement would end on January L
Tne new route will be down the Big Sandy
creek to the Allegheny river, eight miles be
low Franklin, and then up the river to this
city. From Franklin to Oil City the tracks of
the Erie road will be used. Two large survey
ing parties left the city to-day to locate the
road.
THE MYSTERY GROWS DEEPER.
Evidence That Seems to Show That Hush
Jnckiion Was Poisoned.
tSFECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH. 1
Beavek Falls, October 2L Th i Coroner's
inquest to investigate the mysterious death of
Hugh' Jackson last Thursdayjnight was held
this afternoon, but, after hearing considerable
testimony, adjourned to meet to-morrow even
ing, at which time several important witnesses
are expected to be present So far the testi
mony shows conclusively that the man died of
poison. An analysis of the stomach shows
arsenic in sufficient quantities to produce
death.
A glass with arsenic at the bottom has been
discovered, and also a box of rouch on rats,
partiallv emptied, was found in the lot adjoin
ing the house in which he died. The testimony
also developed the startling fact that he and a
brother-in-law had quarreled, and that the
brother-in-law had made threats to kill him.
Bishop Phelan Transfers Priests and Makes
New Appointments. .
Bight Bev. Bishop Phelan has changed a
number of priests in the Pittsburg diocese,
who will all take charge of their new ap
pointments this week.
Bev. Father J. C. Farren will leave the
St. Mathias Church at Tyrone to take charge
ot the St. Columbia Church at Cambria
City. Bev. Father F. Kittel will leave
St, Mary's Church, Hollidaysburg, and take
charge of the Tyrone congregation. Bev.
Father C. Coyne, oi Sewickley, will take
charge of the new St. Francis congregation
at McKee's Bocks. Bev. Father George
Kaylor, assistant priest at the St. Peter's
Church at McKee'sport, will go tT Se
wickley. Bev.' Father P. J. Quiiter will leave St.
Patrick's Church at Sugar Creek, and take
charge of the St Luke Church at Mansfield,
which was in charge of the late Father Ed
ward Brennan. Bev. Father Dannibau,
who was recently ordained, and who has
since been at the St Peter's Church in Al
legheny, has been appointed assistant at St.
Peter's at McKeesport
"Wainxvkioht's beer gives genuine sat
isfaction always. All dealers keep it. Tusu
Mnrrinne Licenses Granted Yesterday.
Jvftme. Residence,
f B. F. O'CalUban Philadelphia
J Mary F. Torley Plttsbnrg
Ernest Dnchene Pittsburg
J Ellen Buckley Plttsbnrg
f Harry J. Urothern Pittsbnru
(Sophia W. Kohrback Pittsburg
Jacob Schmid Pittsburg
i Katie Bullne Allegheny
Wiles 8lmcox Chartlers
Ada Price Chartlers
I Michael Syumisk Brartdock
1 Anna Gladezsz Uraddock
William Mason Pittshurg
( Catharine McCardel Pittsburg
William H. Jones Pittsburg
(Cora J. Frailer Allegheny
Morris Parlman Pltt6burg
( Llllle Cooper Pittsburg
(James G. Jones Pittsburg
(Jennie A. Johnson Pittsburg
John Rabn ...Allegheny
(Phlllipine Schmidt Allegheny
nenry J. Hnhmann Eharpsburg
(Annie M. Walker Etna
Charlej Pearson Pittsburg
( Caroline Johnson Pittsburg
Louis Welbllnger Allegheny
( Maggie Hsggerty Allegheny
(Joseph Doerschner Pittsburg
(FranceskaBredle Pittsburg
QUAY'S AID INVOKED.
Alleged Scheme to Prevent an Appointment
Recommended by a Congressman.
I SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISFATCH.1
Erie, October 21. Congressman Culbertson.
who has recommended E. E. Chambers, of
North East for the position of Deputy Col
lector of Internal Rerenne in this county, finds
bis, recommendation interfered with by local
politicians, who have invoked the aid of Quav
and Delemater. It is claimed bv those on the
inide that Captain J. L. Wells has been slated
for the position here of Collector of Customs,
and that Captain Frank McGraw has been
recommended for Deputy Collector.
The office will be vacated in January by the
Democratic incumbent by reason of the expira
tion of his term of office.
FOE THE EEECTEIC CARS.
Work Began on the Rebuilding of tho Ninth
Street Bridge.
"Workmen began tearing down the super
structure ot tne jNinm street bridge, yester-1
day, for the purpose of remodeling it to run
the Pleasant Valley electric cars across.
The roof and floor of the bridge will be
entirely replaced and the structure will be
almost entirely rebuilt
Evidently Bnned on Misinformation.
Mrs. Mary McCormick writes from Con
nellsville, denying the Associated Press
Suburban Service item telegraphed lrom
there Saturday night, that Harry McCormick
and George Gardner had been connected
with the robbery of the Opera House there.
The boys are of good character and were,
she says, working that night The telegram
was evidently based upon, misinformation.
SHOT BY A WOMAN.
A West Tlrginian Fatally Wounded by an
Angry Widow.
tSrZCtAX. TELEGBAJJ TO THE DISPATCH. 1
NEWMAKTnfSvrti.E, W. Va., October 2L
Mrs. Butler, a widow residinsr about nine miles
from this place, shot Hiram Kirkhart, about 2
o'clock yesterday afternoon, inflicting a wound
which must prove fatal. Friday night some
one subjected Mrs. Butler's house to a shower
of stones.
She blamed Kirkhart with throwing the mis
siles, and when be called Sunday with tvo
friends, she met him at the door with a revolv
er, and fired two shots at him, tho second tak
ing effect in his left side.
Confessed Helping Kill Her Hnsbnnd.
IFFECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.l
Wilkesbakee, October 2L Mrs. Dillard
confessed in court at Easton, to-day, that she
and William Bartholomew entered into a con
spiracy and murdered the former's husband.
The woman confessed nnder promise from the
District Attorney that she would not be prose
cuted lor murder in the first degree.
Catarrh
JS a blood disease. Until tne poison la
expelled from the system, there caa
be no cure for this loathsome and
dangerous malady. Therefore, the only
effective treatment is a thorough course
of Ayer's Sarsaparilla the host ol all
blood purifiers. The sooner you begin
the better ; delay is dangerous.
"I was troubled with catarrh for over
two years. I tried various remedies,
and was treated by a number of "physi
cians, but received no benefit until I
began to take Ayer's Sarsaparilla. A
few bottles of this medicine cured me of
tnis troublesome complaint and com-
Bletely restored my health." Jesse H.
loggs, Holman's Mills, N. C.
""Wben Ayer's Sarsaparilla was rec
ommended to me for catarrh, I was in
clined to doubt its efficacy. Having
tried so many remedies, with little ben
efit, I had fio faith that anything would
cure me. I became emaciated from loss
of appetite and impaired digestion. I
had nearly lost the sense of smell, and
my system was badly deranged. I was
about discouraged, when a friend urged
me to try Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and re
ferred me to persons whom it had cured
of catarrh. After taking half a dozen
bcttles of this medicine, 1 am convinced
that the only sure way of treating this
obstinate disease is through the blood."
Charles H. Maloney, 113 Biver St.,
Lowell, Mass.
Leeclibnrg Moldera Strike.
? rFr-ECTAL TELEGRAM TO TITS DIRPATCH.:
-." .-'-'I,EEcnBURO.PAOctober21. The molders.
at the Leechburg Foundry and Machine Com
pany"s works in this place struck to-day for an
advance in wages. A conference was held Sat
urday evenlnc but the advance was refused
and the men came out this moraine
A Eoundnbont Mall Rome
JEFXCIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCIL1
MoKezspokt. October 2L Ever since a
postoffice was established at Beynoldton,across
the river, a letter sent from here went to that '
place via Pittsburg. Tho department nas now
ordered direct service between the two
places. ;
Killed by a Lima Bean.
. ISPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISrATCH.
Erie, October St The little 5-jcar-old son of
yer's oarsaparilla,
rnZFABED EX
C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Worth $5 a bottle.
Dr. J.
Price $1; six bottles, $5.
BLOOKER'S DUJCH COCOA.
150 CUPS FOR SL
CHOICEST, PUREST. BEST. TRY IT
Je24-MTTP
BEECHAM'S PILLS
(THE CREAT ENCLISH REMEDY.)
Cure BEL ZOTJS and
Nervous ILLS.
25cts. a Box.
OH1 ALL DRTJGKMSTS.
DIED.
BENNETT On Monday. October 21, at 230
P. it, at the residence of W. U. Smith. Mans
field, W. & Bennett, aged 78 years.
Funeral from the Baptist Church, Mansfield,
Pa., on Weunesdat, Oetober 23, at 3 P. IT.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend.
BKACKNEY On Sunday, October 20. 18S).
at 4 o'clock A. it, Wm. J. Bbacenet, in his
24th year.
Services at the family residence, Crafton
station. P., C. t St L. R. B., on arrival of train
leaving Union Depot on Tuesday, October 22,
at 2 o'clock p. v. Interment private later. 2
BRO WN-8unday, October 20, Clasa Peen
tice, daughter of Charles P. and Mollie B.
Brown, aged 2 months and 23 days.
Funeral services from the residence of B. W.
Boll man, Braddock avenue. East End, Tues
day, October 22, at 2-20 P. K. Interment
private.
CANKMYER On Mondav, October 21, 18S9,
at 11:10 a. m., Nelyina Henritte Cank
mteb, aged 7 years 6 months 28 days.
Funeral from the parents' residence. Grant
avenue, Millvale borouch, on Tuesday at 3
p. u. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend.
GLENN On Monday, October SL 18S9, at 4
a. it., Edward P., son of John and Annie M.
Glenn, aged 15 years and 3 months.
Fnneral from the residence of his parents,
457 Cedar street. Sixteenth ward, on Wednes
day MORNING, the 23d instant, at 830 o'clock.
Services at St Mary's Church at 9 A. It.
Friends of the family are respectfuUy invited
to attend. 'i& '
GRUNDTISCH At the family residence,
339 Sheridan avenue, on Sunday, October 20,
1SS9, at 6:40 P. ar., of diphtheria, Mamie,
daughter of George Grundtisch, in her 10th
year.
Funeral services on Tuesday, October 22, at
2.P. it. 2
J OHNSTON On Sunday. October 20, 1SS9, at
10 p. m., Isabella J ohnston, wife of Edward
uuuu&iuii, in aer oo&n year.
Fnneral from the residence, on Fourth
avenue. Homestead, on Tuesday, October 23,
18S9, at 10 A. m. All friends are respectfully in
vited to attend.
KRESS On Sunday morning, October 20
18S9, at 4 o'clock, JAY, only son of F. J. and
Mamie Kress, aged 3 years, 2 months and 20
days.
Funeral services at residence of parents, No.
47 Lincoln avenue, Millvale borough, Pa., on
Tuesday, 10 o'clock a. k. Interment private
at a later hour. 2
KERR October 21, 1SS9, at the residence of
her son In New York City, Harriet Snow
den, widow of Rev. Joseph R, Kerr and daugh
ter of the late Hon. John Snowden, of Pitts
burg. Interment at Allegheny Cemetery Thurs
day, October 24, on arrival of 12:45 P. M. train
from the East. Carriages will be in waiting for
friends at Union depot. 3
MENTEL On Saturday, October 19, at 2-10
p. m.. Annie K. Mentel. beloved and oldest
daughter of Edward J. and Sophia Mentel, in
the 16th year of her age.
Funeral will take place on Tuesday after
noon at 2 o'clock, from parents' residence, No.
314 Spring Garden avenue. Services at Schaf
fer's Church, Liberty. Friends of the family
are respectfully invited to attend. 3
McNULTY On Monday morning at 1:10 A.
it., Edward, son of John and Mary McNulty
aged 34 years. '
Funeral from the residence of his brother-in-law.
Anthony Murphy, 1810 Alerriman's alley,
oh Wednesday morning at 830 o'clock.
McCOMBS On Sunday, October 20, 1SS9, at
10:45 P. at, at his residence, 2303 Mission street
Southslde, Willison H. McUOMBS, aced 64
Fnneral Tuesday, October 22, at 2 p. m.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend.
SHORT On Mondav, October 2L 1SS9. at 3-15
p. M., at the residence of her motber,45G6Penn
avenue. East End, Theresa Short (nee Kel
ler). Fnneral to take place from the residence of
her mother Wednesday at 2 P. m. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to at
tend. 2
STOCK On Sunday. 3a,. October 2fi irro
George Stock, aged 29 years U months 21
days.
Fnneral will take place from his late resi
dence. No. 53 Rus street, Southside, onTuES
day morning, October 22, at 8:45 o'clock, to
proceed to St. Michael's Church. Requiem
mass at 9 o'clock. Friends of tho family are
cordially invited to attend. 2
WALLACE On Monday, October 21, at 2:40
p. m., John Wallace, in his 74th year.
Funeral from his late residence, Freeport,
Pa., on Wednesday, October 23, at 2 p.m.
Friends of the family are respectfuUy invited
to attend.
Cincinnati ana Cambridgebnrg papers please
copy.
OJcClintockM.
CARPETS
-AND-
DRAPERIES.
The lightest and most deli
cate shades of color are now
permissible and advisable in
Pittsburg's clear atmosphere
and clean surroundings. Car
pets and Curtains are now
selling freely which in the
smoky days of Pittsburg
(anti-natural gas days) would
have been admired but not
purchased.
The delicate harmony and
chaste appropriateness to
each other, in form, color and
design, of our new Carpets,
Curtains and Furniture, will
be made apparent by an in
spection of our show windows,
our Exposition display and
our new stock in store.
We can aid you in the dif
ficult task of combining fab
rics and colors in correct and
tasteful furnishing by expe
rienced and reliable salesmen.
Special designs and sketches
of draperies will be submitted
if desired.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
& B.
Tuesday, October 22.
owv
rJirJic(r(P
KQDING
33 FIFTH AVENUE.
OCl5-TTS
FBI II
. A DOLLAR
BLACK ::: SILK
SALE.
Inaugurated this morning, worth
your early attention, as such bar
gains in staple and fancy weaves
Black Silks of superior quality
have never been offered.
24-inch Black Silks, $1.
24-inch Black Silk Rhadarhe, Si.
24-inch Black Silk Faille Fran-
caisse, $1.
21-ipch Black Peau de Soie, $1.
21-inch Black Armure Royales, $1.
Also extra bargains in rich Black
Silks and all the elegant new cloths
and weaves in Black Silks.
EVENING SILKS and MOST
EXQUISITE SILK NOVELTIES,
at moderate prices.
Just received, new evening shades
BROCADE SILK VELVETS, on
Armure Royale grounds (also same
in Blacks) from $2 a yard up.
100 pieces double width (36-inch)
LADIES' CLOTH, at 25c choice
mixtures a bargain that will make
lively dry goods business at the
rear Dress Goods department, ad
joining the Broadcloth department.
B0GGS & BUHL,
115,117,119.121 Federal st.,Allegheny.
P. S. Blankets, Comforts, Eider
Down Quilts,. Flannels and Winter
Underwear in extensive assortments,
and our characteristic small profit
prices prevail to sucn an extent on
all these just now, here, as to be
very noticeable to buyers.
oc22-D
THE ONLY RELIABLE
-AND-
SACQUES AND CAPES.
I
Seal Sacque, Cape, Muff,
Fancy Fur and
SPECIAL OPENING
-OF-
PAINTED NOVELTIES
-IS-
ART -:- DEPARTMENT,
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY,
this Veek:. n
OCTOBER 23 AND 24.
"We have added a SEALSACQUE AND
FUR CAPE DEPARTMENT to our store,
and Trill have our formal opening on days
noted above. We will show onlv the BEST
GRADES OF GENUINE "LONDON
DYE ALASKA SEAL, and in the popu
lar lengths to be worn this season, which
will be 23, 27 and 30-inch length Sacqnes.
IN CAPES we will show the fashionable
shapes in Persianna, Astrachan, Black
Lynx and Marten, Seal, Monkey, Bearer,
Coon and Cape Seal.
Best Values Guaranteed.
The opening of PAINTED NOVELTIES
in our Art Department, consisting of Silk,.
Satin, Chamois and Kid Painted Articles,
Drapery Silks, Drapery Scarfs, Table Cov
ers, etc., will be worthy of your attention,
and will afford yon great pleasure even if
you do not wish to purchase.
Be sure and come in on the days noted
above.
PERFECT FITTING
DRESS REFORM
PATTERNS
For Undergarments and Overgarments are is
sued by the BUTTEKIOK PUBLISHING CO.,
and have been t oryearc. Wo have patterns for
every garment now advocated bv all so-called
dress reformers, and many other patterns that
are much more practical than anyissnodby
these snpposed brainy people.
Every lady knows how perfect the BUTTER
ICK PATTERNS are, never such a thing as
wasting or spoiling the goods, and alwavs a per
fect fit. Onr trade on these garments of late
has been wonderfully large. " We can show vou
two to one more patterns forCress Reform
than all others pat together.
We also have these Dress Reform garments
in stock, cnt from BTJTTERICK PATTERNS;
al.o make them to order in silk, muslin, flan
nel, cashmere, etc
Dress Reform Corset Waists and Supporters
for infants, misses, young ladles and ladles.
Ask to see them when in.
Open until 9 P. M. Saturdays.
i G, CAMPBELL & SONS,
710 Ponn avenue, 710.
PENN BUILDING.
Between Seventh and Eighth Streets,
OC20-TUFSU
HORNE & WARD,
ESTABLISHED, 187a
BLACK GIN
FOE THE
KIDNEYS
Is a relief and sure ' cure for
the Urinary Organs, Gravel
and Cnronlc Catarrh of the
Bladder.
The Swlti Stomach BiHert
are a sure cure for Dyspepsia,
liiver uompiatnt ana every
Tbade Make species of Indigestion.
Wild Cherry Tonic, the most popular prepar
ation for enre of Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis and
Lung Troubles.
Either of tho above, $1 per bottle. or6 for S5.
If your drntrgist does not handle these goods
write to WM. F. ZOELLER, Sole Mfi.,
ocS-71-TTS Plttsbnrg. Pat
1
JAS. JNTNETL
BOILERS
& BEO.,
SHEET-IRON
PLATE AND
WORK.
PATENT SHEET IRON ANNEALING
BOXE&
With an Increased capacity and hydraulic
machinery we are prepared to furnish all work
in oar line cheaper and better than by the old
methods. Repairing and general machine
work. Twenty-ninth Etreet and Allegheny Val-
ieo-ao-TTS
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
DRESS : GOODS
-AT-
ATTRACTIVE PRICES.
-$
Commencing: Monday morning at
8 o'clock we will place on our
counters the grandest aggregation
of Dress Goods ever offered to the
buyers of Pittsburg and vicinity.
Marked down from 75o and 81 to
SOoperyard. Greatest values ever
shown.
100 pes. Domestic Broadcloth, 54
in. wide, marked down to 50a
All wool and choice assortment of
colors.
200 pes. All-wool Cashmere, 40 in.
wide, beautiful range of colors,
50c.
100 pes. All-wool Plaids, 50 beauti
ful styles, usual price 65o; this
sale 50a
200 pes. All-wool Combination
Stripes, choice line, reduced for
this sale to 50c.
100 pea Evening Shades All-wool
Cashmeres, extra value; this
sale 50c. '
100 pes. Black and White Striped
Mohairs, very desirable; this sale
50o.
200 pes. Black Cashmeres, 40 in.
wide, All-wool, 65o quality; this
sale 50c.
500 pes. Silk Plush, 19 in. wide, an
unusual line of rich and rare
colors, usual price 65c; this sale
50c.
300 pea Pine Silk Velvets, beauti
ful finish and a superior line of
colors to select from, 75c quality;
this sale 50o.
Special.
PLUSH :-: GARMENTS!
Genuine London Dyed Seal Plush
Sacques$15 98, $18, $20, $25-
Genuine London Dyed Seal Plush
Wraps $9 50, $12, $15, $18.
Genuine London Dyed Seal Plush
Jackets $8 50, $11 49, $14, $17.
Every Plush Garment we sell we guarantee.
Ther are made on the same principle as real
sealskin, with fine quilted satin lining, chamois
pockets ana real seal ornaments, blocked seams
that never r'p, and, in fact, they are the equal
of Beals in wear, In look, in fit and style. Com
pare the quality and prices with others and we
feel satisfied of the result. ..
SEW ADVERTISEMENT.".
THE WORLD MOVEiS
ASD HIE
CAR OF PROGRESS MOVES ON!
S'l
In no branch of commerce has there been more progress made;re
cently than in the ready-made clothing- business. Now the finest fabrica
in the world are made up for sale and every fashionable style canjbil
had in a store like ours. As a natural consequence the pr-f-Jice agaiaitl
ready-made Clothing is dying out rapidly. ' i
COME THIS WEEK! EVERYBODY C0M1
-TO-
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GUSKY'S
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Look for Yourselves and Be Convinced.:
Tis a Matter That Concerns Your Pocketbooia
v:
MEBf who MUST STUDY and ECONOMIZE
TO MAKE BOTH .ENDS MEET SHOULD CERTAINLY SEE THE
Phenomenal Bargains in Overcoajl
With which we intend to delight onr patrons this week. OvercoatM
black and blue Worsteds, silk-faced Cheviots, Kerseys, ChracMlSl
Meltons, Oswego Worsteds, rich and velvety Venetians, choice ElysiaSJI
beautiful Fur Beavers, etc., every Overcoat Perfect in all respectsTaSiJ
worthy of being worn by the best dressers of Pittsburg, at
$10, $12, $15, $16, $18, $20 and $25?
Big values, every one of 'em. There is no humbug about us wieaj
pronounce these Overcoats the BEST we've ever offered for the'aoaefl
'Twould be impossible for any house to give greater bargains. Jfep5fl
our shoulders to the wheel to obtain for our patrons something aets
tainable elsewhere at the prices we are naming and we have SHceeadodl
beyond a. doubt. Of course we have Overcoats at lower priest
as low as 5 and $6, with hundreds at $7 and $8 but we prefer taJSjO
your attention to those we have at prices before named, because tfeej
are such as will not alone prove good goods 'to the buyers but abolK
the .direct means of proving our claim of being the cheapest (for raife-
ble clothing) house in the world. .. '
Sixth St and Penn Ave,
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"LITTLE LORD FAMTLEROY."
The New York Herald says of Mrs. Bnrnett:
"We have no hesitation In saying that there la
no living writer (man or woman) who has Mrs.
Burnett's dramatic power In telling a story."
LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY, hand
somely bound and illustrated, by Mrs. Frances
Hodgson Burnett, sold In our Book Depart
ment
AT ONLY $1 25.
"Little Lord Fauntleroy" Collars.
"Little Lord Fauntleroy" Cuffs.
"Little Lord Fauntleroy" Sets. '
"Little Lord Fauntleroy" Sashes.
"Little Lord Fauntleroy" Suits.
"Little Lord Fauntleroy" Ruching,
Fleishman & Co.,
SEEN of MODERATE INCOMES, BEWJSB1
AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE
t
Following Extraordinary Baral
which we shall offer this week: Choice of 1,000 Suits materkik mmhB
. . . ... . . ... j-, . rt i n .. '
ana nanasome oqe, tnree ana tour-Duiton cutaway aacc ami;fr
button Straight-cui SaclsTSuits; nice three and four-button Cataway; JK
Suits, double-breasted Sack- Suits, in Cassimeres, black aad blae. Wi
teds, Corkscrews, Tricots, black, blue and fancy Cheviots aad
nals, at the following phenomenally low prices:
$8, $10, $12, $15, $16, $18 and 20!
Our word for it, there's nothing like 'em outside our store aackr 'am
30 per cent more money. Depend on it, we'll make every bayer.lMfd
every Duyer sansnea; every Duyer more man pieasea. uiose,
cal and intelligent buyers, who really know a good and cheap
thev see it, are specially invited to come and look o'er these re;
gooa suits, ineyn una em artistic in cut, periecc in m, correct
sign. Pronounced bargains, every one of 'em. Suppose yoe . mi.
cannot come, why not send in your order by mail? You've &tlfM
us an idea of what you want, and you can depend on receiving,
.- - - . ,"jr
We'll send C. O. D. to any address.
'till
i525a
PITTSBURG, PA.
0C22-S
lay RaUroad.
Walter j. Osboubite. KichaedEabbows.
tjarrows osbocrne
JL JOB PRINTERS.
Telephone No. 812.
90 Diamond street.
an31-6-TTS
JAMES ARCHIBALD & BRO..
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES,
117. 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below
Smithfield 8t, next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages for funerals,$3L Carriages for operas,
parties, So, at the lowest rates. AU new car
riages. Telephone communication. myl-ll-TT3
41 FIFTH A. VENUE.
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STEAMERS AND EXCURSIONS.
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, 307 Walnut Et Philadelphia.
Full information can be had of J. J. MCCOR
MICK, Fourth avenue and Smithfield street.
LOUIS MOESEK, 616 Smithfield street
mhl3-06-TTS
NEARLNG JST E1STD
BRINGinYOUR BOYS THIS Wl
To be fitted out in an elegant manner for very little mosey iadiicl
shall offer .;.
-,:?
500 Children's Suits at $2.
500 Children's Suits at $3 25.
500 Children's Smts;at
Which no other house m Pittsburg caaJf duplicate under fromjjTt wtgl
$S more money. Then again we shaltsr offer Children's Over
?2 5 3 5 and $5, which are honestly worth 50 per cent sore j
,uur
Big Boys' Overcoats at $5, $6 and $8,
Big Boys' Suits at $5, $7 aixilSiOfl
Every, one who sees them will pronounce them really raarveirol!
Come in vonr thousands, narentsl we'll show VOU how we kceonwri
j , j--,-- -- 1-Om.Md
reputation of being the most reliable dealers in Boys'' aad.C
Clothing, in the country. ,
pEPRESENTEU IN PITTSBURG IN 13C1
ASSETS ... . S9 071,698 33.
Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid Dy WDLLIAM L
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue.
ia2-s2-D
WESTERN INSURANCE CO.
OF PITTSBURG.
Assets $118,50187
NO. OX WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIMICK, President.
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President
fe22-26-TT3 WM, P. HERBERT. Secretary.
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillincs from SI nn. Amalcam. Slo.
.silver. 76c; white alloy, IL
uoia vrowns a specialty,
DR. 3. IT. McCLAREN,
Corner Smithfield and Fourth avenue.
JC23-TTSU
TTTHITE STAB Lib B-
JTOK QOEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
Royal and United States Mall Steamers.
Germanic, Oct. 23, 3 p m
Britannic, Oct 30,10am
'Adriatic, Nov. 6. 3pm
Teutonic Nov. 13. 9am
Jfrom w line atar qoce.
"Second cabin on these steamers.
accordln
Germanic, Nov"20,3pm
Britannic. Nov.27, 80am
'Adriatic, Dec Upm
Teutonic, Decll,7:30nin
root of Went Tenth st
Saloon rates,
S50 and upward. Second cabin, (33 and upward
accuruiDE lu .icauici nuu location OI Deru).
cnrsion iicsecs on lavor&Die icrms.
to steamer and location of berth. Ex
:kets on favorable terms. Rteemre. 120.
Whlte Star drafts navable on riomnnrt in all thn
principal bants thronshout Great Britain. Ap
ply to J CRN J. MCCOKMICK, 401 Smltlifleld St.,
Pittsburg, orJ.BlUiCElSJlAl, General Agent,
41 Broadway, JS'ewYort. oclS-D
STATE LINE
To Glasgow. Belfast, Dublin
and Liverpool.
FROM NEW YORK EVERY THURSDAY.
Cabin passage $33 to 150. according to location
of stateroom. Excursion 65 to MO.
Steerage to and from Europe at Lowest Bates.
AUSTIN BALDWIN & CO., General Agent.
S3 Broadway, New Yor. .
J. J. McCOflMICK, Aasnt, Pittsburg, Pi.
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REMOVAL SALE
Semple's Stores
SELLING OUT. SELLING OUT.
-BABCJAINS IN-
DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS, SILKS,
CASHMERES, CLOAKS, SUITS,
BLANKETS, CARPETS,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
CROCKERY, etc.
All Goods Positively Below Cost. Building Must be Vacated.
Entire Stook Must Go. Don't Miss This Ohanoe. Call at Onoe.
BEAR THIS FACT IN MINDP
TVE HAVE THE
GRANDEST AND GREATEST
-ov-
STOCKi
'SAMPLE BUILDING,
165, 167 and.. 169 FEDERAL. ST, ALLEGHENY,
'vs.- J
Hats,FnrniskingGoods and Footij
in the country. We say this without cant or exaggeration. Ti
and choicest stocks and the lowest prices. That's the bid we hmuk
your trade. Who can beat it? Our experience has taught s
storekeeping there is nothing more attractive than popular price.-'
a customer- well and faithfully on his first visit and we sake a pan
customer oi(nim is ine luea we not on.iy preacu, uhi pracrcQ
then, any wonder that the people flock to .us? All that goodftaM;
bility and thoroughness bespeak i$ expressed in our practiaaliy,
haustible stocks and assortments. Fashionable and tony hawiry
furnishers or exclusive shoe places no more than equal us oa iaej
while our prices are fully one-third lower than you'd pay at amy,
store in town.
ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO..
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