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THE PITTSBURG' DISPATOH; SATURDAY, u OCTOBER 26, 1889.
'' MJEANEWBAILBOAD The Baltimore and Ohio Planning to . Build One to Jeannette. FATAL POLITICAL WELCOME. Some Extensive Leases of New Coking Ter ritory Secured. ALL THE NEWS PBOM HEAEBT TOWXB IFrCCIAI. TELEGRAM TO THS DISFATCIJ.l Gbeeksbubo, October 25. A report is current that the Baltimore and Ohio Rail road Company will soon begin the con struction of a connecting line from Snter ville to Jeannette, a distance of 15 miles. Preliminary surfers have already been made. It is understood that a portion of the old Hempfield roadbed -will be used to Arona, when it will take a northerly direction, tacping the rich coal fields south of here. About a year ago options were taken on 7,000 acres of valuable coal lands along the proposed route, hut a purchase' wa not made. Recently steps have been taken for its purchase. About the time the options were taken the Pennsylvania Company, learine tne competing line, sent aeents into the field, and they leased (etween 2,300 and 2,400 acres, and was the means of hastening the preliminary work on the ten-mile branch road to connect with the Bouthwest road near the County Home build ings, and which It about in shape to receive mas ior its construction. NEW COliK TERRITORY. Leases for Ijars; e Tracts of Land Are Belnff Easterly Sccnred. rCFECIAt. TELEGRAM TO THE DIBFATCH.J . TJirioKTOwii, Ootober 25. Walter W. Lang head has secured options on over 1,000 acres of coal along Cheat river at $75 an acre, and for a period long enough to make a thorough test of the coal for coking purposes. The principals in the deal are not discovered, but it is gener ally supposed to be for J. W. Moore, of Greens bnrg. An official of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad states that their road will be extended Into the field from Brownfield. and a coke pro ducer advances the theory tnat since tnis roaa has become a heavy consumer of coke, it may be possible that they are after the territory to develop for their own use. The coal is claimed to be not quite as good as Connellsville coal, but it will make excellent coke for steam purposes, which the Baltimore and Ohio puts coke to now. In addition to the 2.000 acres of coal leased byJ. V. Thompson and others at Masontown, several other Union town capitalists have secured large tracts of coal along the river front until all the desira ble coal along the river and for miles back has been secured. ANOTHER GAS FIGHT. The TJniontown Glnsa Companies Will Try for nn Injanclion. tSFECUt. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPA.TCH.1 TJiaoicTO-wlr, October 25. The Warren Glass Works and the Thompson Glass Works Com panies have filed notice that they will ask Judge Ingraham, at Waynesburg to-morrow, for an injunction restraining the Favette Gas Company from cutting off their supply of gas, and also to compel tbe gas company to fnrnish them with the gas tbeir contracts call for. even if they are compelled to cut off the 2,000 fires they got by the deal with the Bouthwest Gas Company, and which is supposed to have over taxed tbe home company's supply of gas. The gas company has notified both glass com panies that tbey will cut off their gas to-morrow to furnish a better supply to domestic con sumers, who pay more for their gas than the gas companies do. The Town Council and the gas companies held a meeting last night, but because the Council would not exclude the pro prietors of tbeglass companies and stockhold ers of the gas company, who wanted to know what the officials might tell the Councilman, the gas officers withdrew. THE NEW OIL FIELD. West Virginia is Now the Scene of Very Extensive Operations. rSFECIAX. TELEGRAM TO THE DtSFATCIT.l . Weeexin"?, October 25. The latest oil de velopments are at Eureka, in Pleasant county, about 60 miles below Wheeling, on the Ohio river. Operations have been going on there for some weeks very quietly by Pennsylvania par tie and a half dozen wells, yielding from 10 to So barrels per day, bave been doing all the producing. Last Sunday, however, the bit in a new well by Moore & Barnsdall went into the sand, and tbe oil spurted. All week this well has done 400 barrels a day. and to-day the work of drilling deeper began. The owners say the well is good for 700 barrels a day. Several new derricks are going up, andinside of a week this territory will be dotted all over with derricks. The scene of these operations is SO or 40 miles west of the Marion county (Man nington) field, where the excitement has not yet subsided, but continues to increase. Are porter saw one of the Eureka wells flow to bar rels in a half hour to-day. The product is piped to Parkersburg. IT HAS RUINED THE MINE. A Great Cave-In Result From tbe Robbing of Pillars. Sckanton, Oetober 25. Nearly 100 acres of the interior workings of the White Oak col liery.in Archibald, caved in last evening,caused by the long-continued robbing of pillars. The wrecked area completly ruins the mine for fu ture working. A large force of men at work In the mine during the afternoon were warned by the continual breaking of the roofs and walls of tbe mine, and tbey left the workings early m order to save themselves. Several others engaged in different parts of tbe col liery were forced to flee through a narrow man way and their escape is regarded as wonderful. The cave-in has sot affected the surface to any great extent, but this will shortlv settle, causing much damage to homes and surface improvements. The mine is the property of the Delaware and Hudson Company. BLOWN FIFTY FEET. Tho Premature and Fatal Explosion of a Political Cannon. . rSFEClAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH. 1 ZASESYnXE, October 25. This evening as William Kcvitt, aged 60 years, was ramming home a charge in a cannon in honor of ex Governor Foster and General Sheridan, who addressed a Republican meeting here, the charge was fired prematurely. Nevitt was struck by tbe ramrod and carried a distance of 60 feet over an embankment. .Both arms were blown off below the elbow and he suffered serious injuries about the head and face, both eyes being blinded. He cannot STILL FINDING BODIES. - -. -o No End to the Horrors In tbe Stricken Cone- tnaugh Valley. rSrECIAL TELEOBAK TO THE DISPaTCK.1 Johsstows, October 25. The force of men employed iu cleaning out the river found tbe body of a man, the first one discovered since the work began by the management They have been working where there was little expecta tion ot finding bodies for tbe past two days,but it is expected that in a day or two many will be found. Forty bodies were reinterred to-day, and but r one identified. Sold Ont to the Standard. tSFECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DtSFATCH.l Lima. October 25.' fhomas Clemlnger gold his leases to-day to the Standard Oil Company. He had eight producing wells and leases cov ering 200 acres of the W. B. FassB farm. The price paid could not be learned. A DUEL WITH A BDEQLAE. Tba Cracksman Fatally Wounded and the i . Policeman Seriously Hart. . ' ;6xitouiS, October 25. There was an ex citing encounter between Private Watch ! Bi?CQcbran and a burglar, in the "West End, at 2 o'clock this morning, terminating in the probably fatal shooting of the burglar. The officer detected the bnrglarin ' the act of breaking into a residence, and called upon him to surrender. The reply was a bullet which whistlrd uncomfortably close to the officer's ear. Jl regular duel followed, the officer being shot in the leg, but finally bringing bis man down with a ballet in the breast The wounded burglar is at the city hospital, and . is said to bo dying. He gives the name of John Little, but is believed to be a notorious professional burglar named Jack Conner. -The" officer's wound Xi painful but not erions. HOWTOGETMARRIEDrr (Ac law 0.1SS5 u told in to-marrovft DISPATCH byJaiks. aiarrlage license Granted Teiterday. Ifune. Baidmee. (Abraham Saul Pittsburg I Dor Qwall...j Pittsburg (Ueoree Smith Mifflin township Mary A. Burkhart Mifflin towmbiD 5 Michael Drotos Allegheny J Susannah Szabo Allegheny Robert Lewis ; Homestead I Blanche Jester. Dravosburg J George Krapp Sbaler township I Minnie Blnm Bhaler township J Frank Johnson. 1'ittsburg t Annie Hackinson ...I Pittsburg j Albert Csnpka f Pittsburg i Antoula Zoolensky. Pittsburg 5 John Kafferty. Union township t Annie ilaurer Ore entree borough DIED. ADAMSON-On Wedesday, October 23, Alice, infant daughter of George and Catha rine Adamson, aged 2 years, 8 months, and 25 days. Funeral f ronj family residence. Bell avenue, McKee's Rocks, on SUNDAY, October 27, 18S9, at 10 a. m. Friends of the family are respect fully invited to attend. BARTON Thursday, October 24, 18S9, Mrs. Susan Babton, relict of the late John Barton, aged 69 years. Funeral from the residence of her son, A. G. Barton, 3918 Woolslayer alley. Sixteenth ward, city, Sunday, October 27, at 2 p.m. Friends of the family are respectfully Invited to at tend. DAISEY-On Friday. October 25, 1ES9, at 8 o'clock a. St., Annie Daiset, relict of the late William Daisey, aged 27 years. Funeral Irom her late residence. Bates alley, between North and Willow streets, on SATUR DAY afternoon at 3 o'clock, Mends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. UIEGELMAN On Friday, October 25. 18S9, at 12 m Catherine, relict of the late Valen tine Diegelman, aged 69 years. Funeral from the residence of her son-in-law, Jules Arnd, 421 Thirty-third street, on SUNDAY at 2:30 p. m. Friends of the family are respect fully invited to attend. 2 EVANS-On Thursday, October 21 18S9, at 10 p. jr., Elizabeth Caldwell, beloved wife of A. G.W. Evans, aged 19 years, 11 months and 24 days. I Funeral from her late residence, No. 2713 Jane street, Southside, on SUNDAY. October 27, at 2:30 p.m. Friends of the family are re spectfully invited to' attend. 2 ENRIGHT Of heart failure, on Thursday, October 24, 18S9, at 4 P. it, Martha M.. young est aaucuter oi tne late J onn ana jaary Anneai, in the 29th year of her age. Funeral from the residence of her brother-in-law, M. J. Ryan. 347 Rebecca street, Alle gheny, on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend. 2 HAY On Friday, October 25, at 130 P. it, William Malcolm Hay, residence No. 35 Kirkpatrick avenue, Allegheny. Funeral Sunday, October 27, at 2 o'clock. Interment private. HARRISON-On Thursday, October 24, 1889, at 5 o'clock A. M.. Anna Bell, daughter of Richard R. and Eliza 'Ann Harrison, aged 19 years 10 months. Funeral services at the residence of her parents, Second avenue, Hazelwood, on Sat urday, the 26th inst, at 12 o'clock noon. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. Interment in Versailles cemetery. 2 MULLER On Thursday, October 24, at 12:15 o'clock, Annie, wife of Joseph iluller, iu the 40th year of her age. Funeral from the residence of her husband, SS Manhattan street, on Saturday, at 2 P. it MAXWELL On Tuesday, October 22, at 11 o'clock p. it, at bis residence, Ingram station, Henry D., son of tbe late W. L and Elizabeth Maxwell, in 27th year of his aje. Funeral services on Sunday at 1 o'clock p. it, October 27. 18S9. Friends of the family are respectfully invitod to attend. Carriages will leave the office of R. T. Rodney, 85 Ohio street, at 11:30 o'clock. Interment private. MCCLELLAND On Friday, October 25, 1SS9, at 4:40 p.m., Amelia McClelland, aged 23 years and 11 months. Funeral services at her late residence. No. 19 Lacock street, Allegheny City, Sunday, at 1 p. m. Friends of the -family are respectfully invited to attend. PATTERSON Suddenly, on Friday, Octo ber 25, at 4:40 o'clock p. St., Margaret Jane, wife of Alexander H. Patterson, in her 41th year. - Funeral services at the late residence. Fifth avenue and Seneca street, on Sunday, the 27th inst, at 2 o'clock p. St Friends of the fam ily are invited to attend. REED At the residence ot W. M. Short, Ingram station. P., C. 4 8t L. R. R., on Thurs day, October 24, at 130 A. M., MARIA J. REED, widow of Amos L. Reed. Funeral services on arrival of 12 st train (city time), Saturday, October 26. Interment private. Please omit flowers. 2 SWEENEY On Friday, October 25, 18S9, at 3 o'clock p. m., James Sweeney, in bis 71st year. Funeral from his late residence, No. 6 Mad dock's alley, on Sunday, the 27th inst, at 2 o'clock p. M. Friends of tbe family are respect fully invited to attend. 2 STEGGERT On Frldav. October 25, at 3.-40 A. m., Mrs. Annie Steogert, wife of Henry Stegirert, aged 38 years 7 months 20 days. Funeral from her late residence, No. 133 Eighteenth street Sunday, October 27, at 2 p. M. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 WALLACE On Friday, October 25, 18S9, John Wallace, aged 22 years. Funeral services at the chapel of H. Samson, 75 Sixth avenue, on this (Saturday) after noon at 4 o'clock. Members 'of the First Re formed Presbyterian Church, Grant street and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. JAMES ARCHLBA17D ft BRO.. UVERY AND SALE STABLES, 117, 119 and 138 Third avenue, two doors below Smithfleld st next door to Central Hotel. Carriages for funerals, J3. Carriages for operas, parties, etc., at the lowest rates. All new car. liases. Telephone communication. myl-H-TT3 WESTERN INSVRANCE CO. of rarsBURG. Assets 5HS.60187 NO. U WOOD STREET. ALEXANDER NIMICKPrestdent. JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President fe22-26-TTS WM. P. HERBERT. Secretory. K EPRESENTED Q? PITTSBURG IN ISC1 ASSISTS . . S9JB71.6963S. Insurance Co. of North America. Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. ' isCi)-s2-D A CUT III SPOOL SILK I Best Quality 100 yd. Spool, Only 7 Cents. This PEICE may only last for a few days, A IfflE LIST OF LITTLE IMS: Brass Headed Tacks, lo a dozen. Wire Spout Strainers, 2c each. "Wire Potato Mashers, 3c each. Tin Match Safes, 3c each. Curtain Fins 4c a dozen, i No. 2 Lamp Wicks, 4c a dozen. no. iU-iamp burners, 8c each. Tack Hammers, 5c eacn. Curtain Pole Extension Brackets, 23c a set. Don't fail to examine our 5e spice specialties. One lot of Brooms, only Do each. TINWARE, WOODENWARE, rr.-.T, WILLOWWABE, CHINAWARE. GLASSWARE. HARDWARE AGATEWARE. -0- Fleishman & Co., HTTflBTJBG, PA. -.. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. EXTRAOR DINARY PRICES FOR CARPETS, -- To reduce stock we offer a large number ofpatterjis of MOQUETTES, Worth 11.50, At 1.00. $1.25, And This offering consists of ex cellent patterns in the best quality of Moquettes, and can not last long, as soon as this unusual opportunity for house keepers becomes gensrally known. Come early for a good choice. -- Besides our regular line of Body Brussels at 85 c, we now offer a large variety of handsome patterns and colorings and best quality of Brom ley, Lowell, Hartford and Bigelow BODY BRUSSELS Reduced FROM $l&$140 TO $1.00 - Also a good assortment of best All-Wool EXTRA SUPERS Reduced Fromnt CTS. to KKCTS. '&C MtMiDrQfflMs EmDING 33 FIFTH AVENUE. OC24-TTS READ THIS I Largest Assortment and Best Values Ever Offered in Ladies' and Children's Wool and Casnmere Hose. We will quote prices of a few as our lines are too numerous to mention all. first we mention ladies' all-wool hose, in colors and black, at 25c a pair. A much better quality in black and gray nixed, the black having ribbed tops, at 35c a pair. Ladies' all-wool in black and colors, ribbed tops, at 37c a pair. Ladies' all-wool, in black, colors and natural plain and ribbed tops, at 50s a pair. Ladies' ribbed wool hose, in black, and colors; this is something extra, only fiOc a pair. Never have been selling better at 65c. Ladies' extra size wool hose for stout ladies, in-black, at 50c a pair. Ladies' English cashmere hose, the best we bave ever shown at the price, 50c, in black and colors. Ladies' English cashmere hose at 65c. Better quality in black and colors, in light medium weights, at 75c a pair; extra good at the price. Ladies' English cashmere hose, in black and colors, at 90a a pair: medium and fceavv weight. Better grades in fine light weigh't in black, silk split soles and extra quality, at $1 and (1 25 a pair. Ladies' natural wool hose, lieht and me dium weight, extra value, only 75c; sold last year atfl a, pair. Ladies' extra iize cashmere hose at 80o and $1 a pair; last year's prices ?1 nndfl 25. These are the best to be had at the prices named. Ladies' fleeced lined cotton hose in black and colon, in ordinary and extra sizes; also the unbleached. Children's wool hose, good heavy weieht better than any we bave ever had at the price, only 25c a pair: 5 to &U. Boys' heavy bioycle woof hose for large boys, sizes 7 to 9Jfj extra good at 25c a pair. Better grade of ribbed wool hose, sizes 6 to 8U; prices 25c, 30o and 35c, according to sizes. Children's plain wool hose, prices 25c to 40c a pair; sizes 5 to 8. Extra'heavy Knickerbocker mixture wool hose, 1i to 10; good slocking for boys' wear; price ouc ior an sizes. Children's English cashmere hose, in plain and ribbed, all sizes, plain and double knees, all prices according to sizes, but re member better values than ever. Boys' heavy French ribbed wool hose, for boys all ages, from 4 to 18; none better for wear. HORNE & WARD, 41 FIFTH A. TENT7E, OC25-D JAS. MNEIL 8c BRO., BOHiEES. PLATE AND BHEET-IEON . WORK. PATENT BHEET IRON ANNEALING 7 iJOX-UH. With ait Increased eanadtv and hydraulic machinery we are prepared to furnish all work ta uur unc cneaDer ana Doner wan vj wio uiu methodx. Rna.frfair miiI ErMtnrsl machlnn geseral !"" Tweiity-aiaaiftsree and Allegheny VaU O.MC NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. B.&B. Large and Important OFFERING CLOAK DEPARTMENT TO-DAY. NEW AND ELEGANT Canter s Hair Long Garments. NEW DIEECTOIEB JACKETS, three quarter length, revere fronts and Garrick collars, $8 SO to $35. BEAVEBJACKET8, 55 to 525. MELTON JACKETS, CHEVIOT JACKETS, STOCKINETTE JACKETS, $3, ?4, 5, 6, $8 and up to finest imported. Misses' Long Garments, 12, 14 and 16 years, in large and choice selection, (5 to $25. Hisses' and Children's Wraps The largest and choicest line shown tor this Sat urday's sale; Gretchen Coats, Connemaras; bargains in i year's Coats, $2 to $16 each; 6 to 16 years in same ratio of prices. Children's Wraps, with all the new feat tires in trimmings and details, in superior finish. Fancy Capes, Girdles, Gathered and Plaited Skirts on these Wraps. See this immense offering, and, best of all, the Low Prices on medium and fine goods. SEAL DEPARTMENT. LADIES' ALASKA SEAL JACKETS. $100, $110, 5125, $135, $150. LADIES' ALASKA COATS, $125, $150 and $175 and up to finest goods produced and we sell them at such prices as will show a saving of $25 per garment as our very large SEAL business enables ns to do it on the "small profit" basis, characteristic of all our departments, and what has built up the large trade we enjoy and propose shall not only continue, bat increase, if best goods and low prices will do it we have demon strated that it will. Nobby and Elegant SEAL JACKETS, with Persian Lamb ac cessories or finish collars and V-shaped nesk trimmings, rolling Lappel Collar and various other designs. ETJE CAPES, Alaska Seals, Mink,Sable, 'Persian Lamb, Astrachan the latter $10 each and up Eur Capes up to $50. Come this Saturday and see ior yourself. Boggs&Buhl, US, "7- ii), 121 Federal Street, Allegheny OC26-D D ATE1TTS. J- O, D, LEVI8, Solicitor of Patents, 311 Klltb aTenue, above Smithfleld. nextLeader offlce. (No delay.) Established 20 years. se!5-60 j ROSEN BAU MA CO. Are alert to the demands of the times. It is necessary nowadays to keep as immense assortment if it is expected to do a telling business. Wo are pre pareM with THE LARGEST STOCK To bid for the trade of onr customers in every one of onr departments at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES c . For sew, honest and reliable goods. If yon want anything in the line of JACKETS OR NEWIiEKETS,- SEAL PLUSH SACQUES, C0MEMARAS OR SHORT WRAPS, Be sure to come to us. Every style, eTery size, every quality, every price, and k that lower than any other in the city, is represented in onr immense Cloak Department, If you want HOSIERY OB TJHDEBWEAB, for Ladies, Gentlemen, Hisses or Babies, Neckwear, Dress Trimmings or Corsets. Muffs, Boas, Capes or Fur Trimmings, From the cheapest to the finest; KID, 0ASHMEBE OB WOOLEN GLOVES, come to us. If you wantv' Veilings or Laees, Silk or Gloria Umbrellas, Leather Satchels and Focketbooks, Birthday Gifts, Jewelry or Materials for Fancy Work, then be sure to look at tho immense assortment we have to show yon. Never in the history of our business were we so well prepared to eater to the needs of ALL classes. Iperbeivini 510, 512,514 MARKET ST. AND 27 FIFTH AVENUE. MEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A FEW SA5IPLE BARGAINS A Fine, All-wool, Tailor-made Newmarket, made of Blaok Berlin Twill, satin faoed.with bell sleeves, warranted a fast blaok, a very stylish and handsome garment, only $5 87- Fine Blaok Stockinette Jacket, warranted strictly all-wool, tailor made, with welt seams, with or without bell sleeves, a very neat and genteel Jacket, worth double the money, $3 49. Black Diagonal Jaoket, with double box-plait back, tailor-made, Bizes 32 to 44 bust measure, only $3 24. Genuine London Dyed Seal Flush Sacque, with quilted satin lining, ohaxnois skin pockets, real seal or naments, blooked seams, in fact made on the same principle as a real sealskin garment just think of it oniy $15 98. Genuine London Dyed Seal Flush Jaoket, neatly made and finely trimmed, in faot a perfect fitting garment, cannot be bought in other houses in the city for less than $15 or 818 our price only $11 49. OUT THIS ADVERTISEMENT OUT AND BEING IT WITH YOU, ASK to be shown these gar ments, and if we cannot produce every garment we advertise we do not desire your patronage. NOTE D. L. Stem, late with Messrs. 'rKaufmann, de sires to notify his friends that he has taken -charge of the Cloak Department of Messrs. Danziger & Shoenberg, where he will be pleased to "see all his old patrons and the pub lic generally. Sixth St. and Penn Ave. oc21 McMUNN'S ELIXIR OF OPIUM Is a preparation of the Drag bywbichita in jurioas effects are removed, while the valuable medicinal properties are retained. I possesses 'all tbe sedative, anodyne, and antispasmodic powers of Opium, bat produces no sickness of tbestomacb.no vomiting, no costive ness, no headache. Inacnte nervous disorder s it is an invaluable remedy, and is recommendatd by tbe best physicians. E, FERRETT, Agent, 372 Pesrl 31,, New York- mh30-27-s DRUNKENNESS Or the Liquor Habil Positively Cured by Administering Dr. Haines' Golden 8peeifie. It can be given in a cap or coffee or tea without the knowledge of tbe person taking it) is abso lutely harmless, and will eflect a permanent and speedy care, whether the patient Is a moderate drinker or an alcohollo wreck. Thonsands of Drunkards have been made temperate men who have taken UoldenHpeciflc in their coffee without their knowledge and to-day believe tbev emit drinking from their own free will. IT NEvEB KAILS. The system once impregnated with the Specific It becomes an utter impossibility for the liquor appetite to exist. For sale by A. J. Rankin, Sixth and fenn ave..f lttsbarg; E. Holden ft Oo., 63 E. federal St., Allegheny. Trade snpplled by eo. A. KellT A &.. fttuhnrg, Pa, aeSMMra Hswris Din i mm NEW ADYEHTISEMEXTS., THE WORLD MOVES CAR OF PROGRESS MOVES ON! In no branch of commerce has there been more progress made re cently than in the ready-made clothing business. Now the finest fabrics in the world are made up for sale and every fashionable style can be had in a store like ours. As a natural consequence the prejudice against ready-made Clothing is dying out rapidly. COME THIS WEEK! GUSKY'S Look for Yourselves and Be Convinced. Tis a Matter That Concerns Your Pocketbook. WES who MUST STUDY and ECONOMIZE TO MAKE BOTH ENDS MEET SHOUtD CERTAINLY SEE THE t'-l Phenomenal Bargains in Overcoats V With which we intend to delight our patrons this week. Overcoats in '''pi' black and blue Worsteds, silk-faced Cheviots, Kerseys, Chinchillas :'Jr M eltons, Oswego Worsteds, rich and velvety Venetians, choice Elysians, k. beautiful Fur Beavers, etc., every Overcoat Perfect in all respects, and' .' fe worthy of being worn by the best dressers of Pittsburg, at - 1 10, $12, $15, $16, Big values,-every one of 'em. There is no humbug about us when we- pronounce these Overcoats the BEST we've ever offered for the money. '. ; 'Twould be impossible for any house to give greater bargains. We put ,.- our shoulders to the wheel to obtain for our patrons something not ob tainable elsewhere at the prices we are naming and we have succeeded beyond a doubt Of course we have Overcoats at lower prices some as low as $5 and $6, with hundreds at $7 and $8 but we prefer to call your attention to those we have at prices before named, because they,. ', '"" are such as will nofalone. prove good goods to the buyers but also be : v the direct means of proving our claim of being the cheapest (for relia ble clothing) house in the world. & . MEN of MODERATE INCOMES, BE WISE AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE Following Extraordinary Bargains which we shall offer this week: Choice" of 1,000 Suits materials novel and Handsome one, three and four button Straight-cut Sack Suits; nice three and four-button Cutaway Frock1 '; Ci 3 Suits, double-breasted Sack Suits, in Cassimeres, black and blue Wors-. vv s teds, Corkscrews, Tricots, black, blue and .fancy Cheviots, and Diago- , . nals, at the following phenomenally low prices: v . ,";. $8, $10, $12, $15, Our word for it, there's nothing like 30 per cent more money. Depend on it, we'll make every buyer happy every buyer satisfied; every buyer more than pleased. Close, economi cal and intelligent buyers, who really know a good and cheap Suit when they see it, are specially invited to come and loot o'er these remarkably good Suits. They'll find 'em artistic in cut, perfect in fit, correct in de sign. Pronounced bargains, every one of 'em. Suppose you find r ja '" cannot come, why not send in your order by mail? You've only to' give us an idea of what you want, and you can depend on receiving sasae. We'll send C. O. D. to any address. BRIMfinYOUR BOYS THIS WEEi To be fitted out in an elegant manner for very little raoney-iniieed, Wef shall offer .' ; Vi 500 Children's Suits at $2. ..." .; 500 Children's Suits at $3 25, Which no other house in Pittsburg $S more money. Then again we shall offer Children's Overcoat at!'. :'I J53 50, J53 50 ana J55, wnicn are nonesuy worm 50 per cent raore raoneyi r.w r ' ' ' 9l uur - iJig aoys uvercoare m qo, ! - n jl J- OkTT Wirr Tinxra7 "IS WJU UUIUU UIU WIS) m.t uiuuttu- Every one who sees them will pronounce them really marvels of value. Come in your thousands, parents! we'll reputation of being the most reliable Clothing in the country. BEAR THIS FACT WE HAVE THE GRANDEST AND GREATEST STOCK -or- Hats,FnrnisMiig Goods and Footwear in the country. We say this without cant or exaggeration. The largest and choicest stocks and the lowest prices. That's the bid we make fori your trade. Who can beat it? Our experience has taught us that . in storekeeping there is nothing more attractive, than, popular prices. Treatj a customer well. and faithfully on his first visit and we make a permanent customer of him is the idea we not only preach, but,practice. Is ify then,, any wonder Hhat the people flock to ns? All that goodness, relia bility and thoroughness bespeak is expressed in our practically inexV' haustible stocks and assortments. Fashionable and tony hatters, swell furnishers or exclusive .shoe places no more than equal us on. fine goods while our prices are fully one-third' lower tnan you'd pay at any othe , store in town. ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. J J-C 1 GUSKY AHDIUH EVERYBODY COMEl -TO- $18, $20 and $25. f - button Cutaway Sack Suits: four-' $16, $18 and $20, v i 'em outside our store under at least C-fjP'' ' 500 Children's Suits at 5 can duplicate under from $i 50 tc . , , yj tTkf a mr vr-,T? qo ana qo, -Mm Rni.a of. SR '!V7 QTirt'1fV &' show you how we keepupoutf dealers in Boys.' and Childrea''-y IN MIND! Ai? t-fj .;-&m w&mmmVi MMMxl'M, i ?jr ? '.. '