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i Interesting Story Connected With
a Kew Castle Wedding.
Captain Abrams is Shocked by the Kews of
ALL THE SEWS FKOM A'EABBT TOWflS
lErrCIAL TZLEGBAM TO TBI DISPATCH.
New Castle, October 31, Miss Suda
Reynolds, daughter of ex-County Treasurer
James Reynolds, and Mr. Nelson Cooper, a
. r prominent business man ofHaysville, Dela
'' ware county, this State, were married this
' evening in the presence of numerous invited
Kf - "guests. There is quite a little romance be
hind this announcement. A year ago Miss
Reynolds noticed an advertisement in a
Philadelphia paper of "Wanted, a corre
spondent." She wrote to the address given
and received a letter from Mr. Cooper. The
letters proved attractive to each, and one day
last summer Mr. Cooper arrived in this city
' without the knowledge of Miss Reynolds to see
tier vitUont becoming known to her.
His investigations proved satisfactory, and
he went home madly in love. Upon her invita
tion ne came to tne city a second nme, ana an
engagement was made, and the wedding this
. evening is the result. Mr. and Mrs. Cooper
-will reside In HaysvOle, and have left for tnat
were out coon liuntlnc neat town last night.
They had a half.plnt of whisky, and after get.
ting pretty full, they got into a quarrel. Young
bourse seized an ar and struck Strawber on
the head with it, producing a fatal wound.
Nourse then started on a run tnrougn the
woods and has not yet been captured.
A BIYSTEKY SOLVED.
Defective Ijnzarps and Warden Wright
Probe a filarder Dot.
tSrECIAL TKLEFRJUI TO TUB DISrATCH.1
Rochester, Pa, October SL Some two
months ago a party of tramps who had taken
ref age in an old shanty in the woods back of
Beaver Falls, quarreled during the nieht. pis
tol shots were heard, and one of the tramps
came into town after the doctor. He stated
that a man had been hurt. When the physi
cian arrived at t&e place the man was dead.
The body was brought to 'own and every effort
made to have it identified, the gen
eral opinion being that the man's
name was William Spencer, of McKeesport,
Fa. Shortly after the remains were interred a
gentleman passing by the cemetery one night
noticed persons working at the grave. The
next day an examination was made and the
corpse was found headless. This created quite
astir, but the matter was soon forgotten. A
fewdaTsago the case was privately placed in
the hands of Detective Lazarus, who now
claims to bave the murderers safely locked up,
but refuses to give any further particulars.
Mr. Lazarus was assisted by Warden Wright,
of the Allegheny Penitentiary. They have sev
eral letters in their possession which are sup
posed to bave passed between the guilty parties,
in which reference is made to the decapitation
as bein? a frood thini- to nrnrpnt identification.
The letter wis written by Fred Brown, which is
an alias to Charles Bradley. Brown is now serv
inga term in the penitentiary, having Just been
sent there from Butler county.
IASTIKQ8 AND XEIFEB.
Both Trefer That Chicago Will Capture the
Chicago, October SL Ex-Speaker J. Warren
Kelfer, of Springfield, 0.,inaletterw8mnel
Cochran, of this city, says: "I have your letter
of the 19th instant, relating to the World's Fair
at Chicago. We are for the Fair at that city,
and prefer that it should bo in Chicago to New
York, or any other Eastern city. The reasons
yon bave assigned are ample, and many more
exist New York City is a mere island on the
eastern coast of this country, and if foreigners
should ccme to the American continent, and
land on that island and denart, they would have
aio adequate conception of what the country is
in the interior. If we are to .have a world's fair,
Jet us bave one somewhere in the West, that
will compel visitors to see some of the beautiful
country, and especially to compel them to
travel through Ohio in order to get it"
Adjutant General Hastings, who performed
such heroic services subsequent to the Johns
town' disaster in alleviating the Batterings of
the victims, writes to his friend, Mr. Austin L.
Nestlerod: "I am in tavor of Chicago as the
location of the World's Fair in 1892. Chicago
has the money, the enterprise, the best geo
graphical location, and it has the people who
will make it a success."
Fob a disordered liver try Beecham's Fills.
Peaks' Soap the purest and best ever;made
Vases, jars, pitchers; beautiful goods; a
fresh invoice. HENEr Terheyden',
MWP 30 Smithfield st.
WEDDING - PRESENTS,
We have now in stock the largest assort
ment of SOLID SLIiVEE ARTICLES and
ne MANTEL and CABINET ORNA
JitENTS that we have ever had. If you
are looking for a WEDDING PRESENT
rwe know we will have something to Euit
you at oar.NE W STORE,
37 FIFTH AVENUE.
Sudden Termination of a Contract
Cansea Some Confusion.
rsrEcxju. tzlxgrax to tux dispatch.)
Xew Castle, October 3L The Western
New York and Philadelphia Railroad has noti
fied the citizens of Newcastle that from this
ontho road will give no rate for east of Oil
City. The Western New York and Phlladel
.phla has been using the Franklin branch of the
Lake Shore road, and the latter has withdrawn
the contract made with the WesternNew York
and "Philadelphia. The notice takes effect to
morrow morning. It is thought the passenger
trains will be taken off in a few days. The
Western New York and Philadelphia is now
surveying a route between Stoneboro and
Franklin, and claim to be able to build the S3
miles of track necessary in less than 80 days.
The closing out of relations has placed freight
business in New Castle in a complicated condi
tion. Notice was received by Agent Thurston,
of this city, this evening to clear his road of all
freight billed east of Oil City by midnight
The Pennsylvania Companv delivers 30 cars per
day to the Western, New York and Philadel
phia, the Pittsburg ahd Lake Erie the same,
and the Pittsburg and Western a like amount
This order leaves those roads in bad shape as
the cars for east of Oil City are arriving on
every train and cannot be taken care of. The
Western New York and Philadelphia has sent
ont all passenger engines and shifters with
freight trains bound for Oil City and the agent
thinks be can have the road clear by the time
specified. For the present the Pennsylvania
Company will send freight for east of Oil City
via Erie on the Pittsburg and Lake Erie, and
the Lake Shore, and Pittsburg and Western
via PainesTille. The passerger trains will re-'
ceive new orders to-morrow.
He Learned or His Victim's Death While in
tEFZCLU. TELEGRAM TO THX DISPATCH.
Uxiontowit, October 3L When Captain
Abrams was informed this morning in the
lockup that his victim. Captain Jesse Bowel!,
was dead, he turned away, his face grew deadly
pale, and be murmured ''My God; I cannot
stand it; what will become of mef" He had
been asking just a short time before if his con
dition was known and said he was afraid to
-learn whether he was living or dead. The man
"is greatly worried and under his forced calm
and ooggeanebs ne snows tnat tne past inree
days suspense was trying to him.
- - rj District Attorney Hertzogreani
- Reagan at Broadford to go to Bellerernon this
morning and hold a post mortem examination
on Boweu's body, and to get assistance so as to
enable the Commonwealth to make out the
case. The Masons will take charge of Bowell's
funeral, which will be at Millsboro, Washing
ton county, his birthplace, on Sunday.
TWO THIEVES CAPTURED
KEEPING A SECEET.
Mrs. Monroe Still Insists That Sho Isn't
Mrs. Bender Her .Daughter Says
She is, bnt That the Lnttcr
Is Not Knte Bender.
1SFXCIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH. I
St. Louis, October 31. Mrs. Almira
Monroe and her daughter. Mrs. Sarah Eliza
Davis, alleged to be respectively Mrs.
Bender and her daughter, Kate Bender, of
the' notations family of murder fame in
Kansas, passed through the city this morn,
ing, on their way to Labette county, Kan.
Deputy Sheriff L. I". Dick, of Labette
county, had them in charge. While at the
Union depot they remained very quiet
They went into the dining room and took
breakfast in company with the deputy, and
remained seated at the table for nearly an
hour. Then they went into the ladies' wait
ing room and remained there until
their train was made up, when they
entered it, and they did not leave the car
after that While at the depot they posi
tively refused to talk to anybody.
Mrs. McCaun, of Lansing, Mich., was also
in the party. .It was through detective
work performed by her that the women were
arrested. She is a daughter of one of the
Bender victims. The prisoners declare she
is not in her right mind, and that there is
nothing in the charges preferred by her.
Deputy Sheriff Dick is well acquainted
with the crimes of the Benders, he having
unearthed the first' corpse discovered in the
secret burial ground of the family in
Kansas. He is confident the pair are Mrs.
Bender and the friend, Kate.
The Kansas officer kept his presence in
Michigan very quiet, and nothing was
known of it, except by the authorities, until
he arrested the two women and was ready to
take the train and leave the State. Quite a
scene occurred when he made the arrest
Mrs. Monroe made a vigorous resistance and
declared she would not be taken alive; she
would die in her tracks first. Deputy Sher
iff Earl, of Niles, forced her into a carriage,
however, and she was taken down to the
depot There her mind changed completely.
She became very cool and-calm, and treated
the whole matter as a huge joke. Her
daughter had little to say. She stated that
her mother was Mrs. Bender, but denied that
.she herself was Kate Bender. She said she
was another sister, and that when the proper
time came she wonld make full disclosures.
Dolls Given Away
This week to all purchasers in our infants'
department Fleishman & Co.
And Dnlj Identified, bnt Afterward Easily
Make Tlielr Escape.
rSFECUi TELEGRAM TO TUX DISPATCH. 1
Beaveb Palls, October 31. Two hard
looking cases were arrested here a few days
ago, who had in their possession a lot of ready
made clothing, supposed to have been stolen
from Patterson & Co.'s storo in Alliance, O.
They gave the name of Perry Johnson and
James Sweeney. Today Chief of Police
Stacey and Mr. Patterson arrived and identi
fied the goods, and one of the prisoners as a
noted Alliance crook.
Preparations were made to take them back
to Alliance, but during the night they made
ineir escape irom me lockup, a large lot ox
the goods are supposed to be secreted in the
woods on the hillside west of town, and officers
are now hunting for them.
The Collom Forgery Case
MiirNEAPOi,is,.October 3L In the Col
lom case to-day W. E. Hagan, a noted ex
pert of Troy, N. Y.. and Frank geymour, of
the Merchants' National Bank of St Paul,
were on the stand for the State. The testi
mony of both were merely corroborative of
the previous witnesses that the notes were
EXCURSION TO BALTIMORE
Save your clothes by using Walker's wax
METCALF WOOD-On October 30, 18S9, at
St Mark's Church, Philadelphia, by the Rev.
I. L. Nicholson, D.D., Chabi.es Metcau-, of
Pittsburg, to Alice, only daughter of the late
Charles A Wood, of Pittsburg.
STILES RENSHAW On Tuesday even
ing, at the East Liberty Presbyterian Church,
Rev. Heney Howabd Stiles, pastor of the
Forty-third street Presbyterian Church, to
Anwa M. Renshaw, daughter of John ,A,
FROST COOPER On Thursday, October
3L 18S, at the residence of the bride's father,
at Bellevue, Pa., by the Rev. Nelson Donald
son, Mr. Oscab J. Fbost, of Denver, Col, ana
Msss Cabbie W. Cooper, daughter or Jonn
M. Cooper, of Uellovne.
BAILEY On Thursday morning, October
31, 1889, SABAH, widow of the late George
Bailey, aged 81 years.
FuneraUerviees S ATUBDAYat 2 P. St at her
late residence. No. 21 Montgomery avenue,
Allegheny City. Please omit flowers. Inter
ment private. 2
BRAILSFORD On Thursday, October 31, at
120 A. x., Maby E.. the infant daughter of
George and Sarah Brailsf ord.
Funeral from residence of parents. 4552
Fnendshtp avenue, on Fbitjat AFTEBUooif
at 3 o'clock. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend.
DONALDSON Departed this life at New
Brighton, Pa Thursday, October 31. at 2:15 A.
m., Isabella Nelson, wife of W. C. Donald
son. Funeral on Satdbday at 3 f. m. Interment
private at a later hour. Train leaves' Federal
street station at L80 7. It 3
EBELINO On Thursday, October 31, I8S9
Loots EbelinQ, aged 60 years 10 months and
Funeral from his late residence. No. Hi
Charles street Allegheny, on Sunday afteb
xooir at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend.
BUNZEKER On Wednesday morning, Oc
tober SO, 1SS9, at 1:15 o'clock. Mrs. Maby Hra
ZEKEB, widow of the late Rudolph Hunzeker,
aged 81 years, 10 months and i days.
The funeral will take place from the resi
dence of her son-in-law, J. L. Neeb, No. 211
North avenue, Allegheny, on Fbiday afteb
noon, at 2 o'clock, rod services will be held at
the chapel of the St Philomena Cemetery,
Perrysville road, Allegheny, to which tie
friends and relatives are respectfully invited.
KING Wednesday morning, October 30, at
SEAL : SKIN
Perfect fitting, finest Seal Jackets, London
dye, 23, 25, 27 and Sl-inch lengths, in the jaun
tiest cosiest cuts.
Misses sizes, directoire styles, for all ages.
$20, : 125, : $18,
It was a good
one, three such
of furniture as
in tho piece
this cut. The
ni ii i
i 1 1 i i i
B. &d B.
that pleases all who desire to get furnished
with the best quality at a moderate price.
T, M, LATIMER,
138 Federal and 46 South Diamond
Streets, Allegheny, Pa.
the residence of bis father. B. H. Kinc No. 61
Liberty street, Allegheny, Hats Kino, aged
Itu James Slills Struck Thomas Giant
ably Fatal Blow.
rSFXCIAL TZLEGEAM TO THE DISPATCH.!
. ,Bradock,Pam October 3L Word has just
reached here of the probable killing at Murrys-
"ynie of Thomas Glunt by James Mills. Both
"iinen are foremen on a gas tine. The snperin-
ry tendent of the line, J. K. Baty. instructed Mills
4' to go to Glunt and get six of his men. A
quarrel ensued between the two men when
Glunt knocked Mills down. As the latter was
kv'- cettiDC to his feet Glunt was coming toward
him with a hammer when Mills picked np a
-i' dub and dealt him a blow on thn hpd uith ir
The wounded man has been unconscious ever
" V a.
t4Sf'.KDCe.?ca,"1iole. Both are residents of Mnr-
Hkv'X!? and "either is over 25 years of age.
TOSMms is married. Witnesses to the affair say
i ' fftbat Mills struck Glunt in self-defense.
. "X '
: FIGHTING FOR A STREET.
"J ..Collision Between the City of Erie nnd the
Lake Shore Road.
rsrxcuL telegram to tub dispatch-i
' JEeie, October 81. V hat threatened to be a
' . . collision between the city of Erie and the
!$; Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway
f . " Company last eveninc is held in abeyance by a
truce, The railroad company undertook to
capture a street from the city for track nur
? poses. The Mayor resisted and sent half the
police force to prevent the company from car
rying out their designs. Both sides are watch
, Tho Lake Shore will most likely avoid any
.trouble by making a donation of a valuable
,.. tract to the city. The city police force are in
''' - possession of the disputed territory yet.
, A 16-Tear-Old School Boy Enda His Life
.'.. ' t)T Ilantiuc. ,
rsrZCIAL TXUKJIUM TO TBS DISPJLTCH.t
. Bbadfobd, October SL Jesse Harvey, a 16. 1
ijtir-old school boy, committed suicide in his
iroom at the residence of J. K. Merriam to-
rnight. He left a note stating that lile was a
a The boy attached a decs of clnthi:n .
Shook and accomplished his deSDerate nnmnu
rsteppinc from a chair and was stranMeH n
rideath. When cut down life was extinct.
The Erie Nntorai Ga Fleht.
TrETXCUI. TXLEGBXX TO THE BISrATCD-l
E,"October31.-Tbe Citizens' Committee
JwetrtHbis evening to the office of the Penney!.
yanta Fuel Gas Company, and filed with the
manager the signatures to power or. attorney
ordering off fires to the number of over 3,000.
'The company positively ref uses to mai nnv
concessions whatever in the direction nf ,-i
"laucinr inenncc. xnu uuvuoii against tho .nm.
v,j -Jfpany will be carried against those who stand by
" rine' company. The citizens are ereatly agitated
; Ifto-night, but tne company's lines have not been
'.-v, ' 'tampered with as yet.
- Wecponi All Beady In Weit Virginia.
fj IBTICIAI. TZLZOBAX TO TH DISPATCH.!
,,. .jfcUUNTiNGiw, v. ya, uciooer 81,-so far
' -' fu is known here matters are still quiet in Lin
LZ'coln county, but evidences of coming trouble
multiply. John HrunfleJd, a relative of the
.couple shot down In September, which crime
lied nn to the nresent trouble, left this nlice tn.
Bay for Lincoln county with a supply of Win
lebester rifles and revolvers for bis friends.
Via the B. fc O. R. R.
TheB. &0. E. E. will sell excursion
tickets to Baltimore at rate of?8forthe
round trip, from Nov. 7 to 12 inclusive,
good to return until the 16th, on account of
the Catholic Congress. Trains leave Pitts
burg at 8 A. M. and 9:20 r. M.
Evebt family in Allegheny county can
save iully ?30 per year in actual nioqey on
the wear and tear of their clothes bv rising
Walker's wax soap. irwrhF
Quite a variety of pearl, gilt andoxydized,
at Kenry Terheyden's Jewelry House, 530
Smithfield st- mwt
Dolls Given Away
This week to all purchasers in our infants'
department. Fleishman & Co.
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
( Harry Hamm McKeesport
I if ancy Foreman McKeesport
J William Hite Braddock
( Annie Christe Braddock
I d.m0a,?1' Mnr.rar Hampton township
1 Julia E. Umstead fine township
iJ2S.e!?peer. ".V Braddoct
I Catherine Korsythe Braddock
Frederick T. Clark McKeesport
J bllna Morle McKeesport
John Orr....... Pittsbnrc-
Carrie M. Walper,
( Oscar J. Frost...;.
I Carrie W. Cooper Bellevue
I Mag-sle Melster , Allegheny
J Frederick Stublmlller We8t Elizabeth
(AnnleS. Cox - West Elizabeth
5 Henry Haiennan. l'ittsbnre
(Joseoh Mendl Allecbenv
( Joseph Naab
(John W. McDide Verona
J Annie M.Smltb... Verona
( Morris R. Welch Pittsburg
Magle Bnlllvan Allegheny
J -. - Blurdered HIa Voonc Cotnoanlon.
' "TrT-.ClAI. TXLU3RAV TOiTHX DIBPATm.1
ILIKA. October 81-Two 'boys named Ben
Btnnlier and Frank Kourse, aged 16 years,
All Run Down from the weakening effects of
warm weather, by hard work or from a long
illness, yon should take Hood's Sarsaparllla,
which will purify your blood, expel scrofula
and all impurities, regulate the liver and other
organs, cure headache, give strength and
create an appetite. Bo sure to get Hood's.
Services Pkidat aftbbxoon at 2 o'clock.
Interment private. 2
KENNEDY On Thursday, October 81, 1SS9,
at 7:15 p. M., Huan, son of Patrick and Ellen
Kennedy, aged 11 months and 19 days.
Funeral from the residence of bis parents.
No. IS Shields street, Allegheny, on Saturday,
November 2, at 6 a. m. Prlends of the family
are respectfully invited to attend.
KEARNS On Thursday morning, October
31,1889, at 440o'clock, Chabiottb A Keaenb,
at her residence, corner Hiland and Stanton
Funeral Monday mouxinq. November i at
8:30. Services at Sacred Heart Church, Center
avenue, at 9 am. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend. i
KERR At 1 o'clock, Thursday morning,
Maby Anne, wife of William Kerr, 6r., aged
The service will be held at 1 Page street, on
SATTJBOAY.at 1 o'clock and funeral at 2 o'clock.
Friends of the family ate respectfully invited
to attend. 2
KNOX At Omaha, Neb., October SO, 1SS9, at
8:30 A. M Rebecca Page, widow of the late
David S. Knox, of Brownsville, Pa., in her 77th
Funeral services at family residence, Browns
ville, Pa.. SATTTKDAY. November 1889, at 8:30
P. X. Please omit flowers. 2
O'HARA On Thursday, October 31, 18S9. at
6 a.m., KOSAO'Haka, in the 63d vear of her
Funeral from her late residence, Brownsville
avenue. Thirtieth ward, Soutbside, on Satur
day, November 2, at 8:30 o'clock A. M. Friends
of tbe family are respectfully invited to attend.
QUINON On Thursday. October 3L1SS9, or
diphtheria, Ella Hunter, daughter of
Stephen and Wesleyana H. QuinUn, aged 10
Funeral from her parents' residence, Web
steravenno and Thirty-third street, at 20 to
day. BOSENSTEEL-October 30, 1889. MAttld
A Rosen-steel, the wife of Daniel Rosen
steel, in the 67th year of her age.
Funeral will take place from the Nineteenth
Street Baptist Church on Fbiday, November
1, at 2 p. M. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend. 2
8CRIVEN On Wednesday, October 30, 1889
at 5 o'clock p. jl, Maby BcBivrar, mother-in-law
of Patrick Flynn, aged 70 years.
Funeral from the residence of her son-in-law.
corner of Reed street and Center avenue, on
Fbiday aptebnooit, the 1st inst, at 2 o'clock.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
SCHMITT On Tuesday, at 2 p. st- October
29, 1889, George J. Schiutt, aged rH years, 8
months and U days.
Funeral from his late residence, No. 3 Beed
street, on Fbiday aftebkoon, at 2 o'clock.
jmenas or the family aro respectfully invited
to attend. 3
(Successor to Meyer, Arnold t Co., Lim..)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1131 Fenn aveaue. Tele
phone connection. mylO-O-jrwrsn
JAMES M. FULLERTOli!
UNDERTAKES AND .EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Steeet.
Ladies' Silk Vesta, L. -N.N. S., cream, sky
and pink, at 75c
Ladies' Silk Vests.L. N. N. S., in cream,
sky andj pink. This is the best quality we
have ever shown at the price, $1, all sizes.
Xadies' Silt: Tests, in better grade, in
cream and colors, $1 SO for size 2 and 3, and
1 75 for and 6.
Still better grade in colors for $2, all sizes.
Ladies' Silk Vests. I. N. N. S..in white.
$2 to $2 50, and the very finest China Silk,
in whites and colors, $3 25 to $3 75 accord
ing to size.
Ladies' H. N. B. A. Silk vests, in ecru,
S3 for all sizes, same as sold last spring for
52 50. Better quality in pure white at $3 60.
Ladies' H. N. L. S Silk Vests from ?1 50
to 5, each in various qualities and weights.
Ladies' Silk' Combination Suits, Jenness
Miller styles, fine quality, extra Value at
87 50, suit almost as cheap as wool.
Ladies' SillE and Wool Vests, in low neck
and no sleeves, high neck and ribbed arm,
and high neck and long sleeves.
Ladies' English Novia Silk Vest and
Drawers in three, six and nine thread
weights, prices the lowest.
Silk Shirts for infants in low neck, H. N.
E. A. and high N. L. sleeves.
In onr Glove Department we are showing
a ladies' 4-bntton P. K. Kid Gloves. New
fresh goods, desirable shades. Spear point
embroidery, only $1 25 per pair.
Also a ladies' 4-button Suede Kid, nar
row embroidery, browns, slates and tans.
An extra nice quality at $1 per pair.
Also a full line of Suede and Glace Kid
Gloves, in light, medium and dark shades
and in all qualities.
HORNE & WARD,
both cost and space.
Let us count up the advantage of
this artistic combination of Parlor
Cabinet, "Writing Desk and Book
THE BOOKCASE. The four
shelves will carry fifty to sixty
"volumes, all instantly accessible
when writing. The added weight
of books will give both real and
apparent solidity to the whole.
The glass door keeps out dust.
WdKTH ALONE 820.
THE WHITING- DESK. The face
of the drop lid is elegantly carved
in heavy relief Below are three
commodious drawers. The interior
arrangement of srrall drawer and
six. partitioned spaces is just a
good .size for home needs or for a
professional man's daily use.
WORTH ALONE 825.
THE CABINET top of graceful
design and carving has three gen
erous spaces for Rookrwood Vases,
and is backed by a circular beveled
WORTH ALONE 818.
The wood is oak in antique finish.
Bookcase, Desk 'and Drawers all
have lock and key. The "handles
and trimmings are of antique brasa
We cap the climax of advantage
by the price, 825, which you would
have guessed for any one of the
It is a type of the good values
offered all through our
33 FIFTH AVENUE 33
Seal Plush Jackets, $8 50 to $18.
Seal Plush Wraps, 10 to 25.
Seal Plush Sacques, $1$ 98 to 35.
As we handle only the best qual
ities of London Dyed Seal Plushes,
we guarantee every garment we sell.
Ladies' Cloth Newmarkets, to $2$.
Ladies' Cloth Jackets,g2 74 to $10.
Ladies' Cloth Wraps, $$ to 15.
Ladies' Stockinette Jackets, to 8.
Ladies' Peasant Cloaks, 9 98 to 15.
Every Cloth Newmarket, Wrap
or Jacket is tailor-made, the cloth
thoroughly sponged and will not
spot by rain or snow. We opened
this week some very fine imported
Newmarkets, which it is worth your
while to see, even if you do not
wish to purchase.
Children's Plush Coats, I2 74 to $8.
Children's Newmarkets, $1 49 to $12.
Children's Gretchen Coats, $1 75
to $ 14.
Misses' Newmarkets, $2 to $16.
Misses' Cloth Jackets, $2 24 to 5.
Our assortment of Misses' and
Children's Cloaks is so great that
it would be utterly impossible to
describe each particular one or
even any particular style, suffice to
say, we have everything that is
new, stylish, durable and at lower
prices than they can be bought for
Infants' Long and Short Cloaks,
$1 24 to ?8.
Ladies' Jerseys, '50c to $5.
Shawls (single and double), $1 25
Shoulder Shawls, 12c to $1 50.
If you want Cloak, Wrap, Jacket,
or Shawl come and see what we
can do for you.
1 lot IMPORTED SIDE BOR
DXIRE SIJITINGS to-day at 75c
that is a special bargain, and' are
desirable colorings these- are not
half price, but they are good dol
lar quality at 75c.
50-inch Cloth Stripes, 6$c, 75c,
90c, $1, $1 25 and $t 50. Choice
styles and large variety for selec
tion specially adapted for misses
and children's wraps, arid for
ladies' Peasant Wraps.
CONNEMARAS and all styles
of the new and popular long; Gar
ments. Also unusual bargains in
50-INCH FINE TWILL, BLACK
at $z 10, i 25
and $t 50,
B0GGS & BUHL,
115,117,119.121 Federal st, Allegheny.
ONLY 90 CENTS
For Strictly All-Wool Underwear, xt
make and in cither natural color orjjuedi
cated scarlet, sold daily everywhere at fj?5j
oar price omy yv cents. r.ememDer,:iae9l
are both comfortable to wear and are boT&hi
scratchy staff usually sold at this priceJjj
We are pushing matters in onr, HATJ55
PAETMEKT. Black StiffHats corni
assortment and nobby shapes, gdodcelfnj
and pure stock, at 9125, 51 50,. 51 75 M
$225, $2 50, ?2 75 and 53. Boys' aad'Cill
dren's Hats in tne newest t;Ies, freasatl
smsme s josi
161, 163 Federal St, AltegHeig
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Established 1MT. ' 'jJJ
x gxjEsenkamp, fc sorcl
Manufacturers of 8TJPEBIOB CASI
.KLAU1S5 of all the latest styles .
For elegance and durability the QLEM
jsjn itAiiF COACH has no equal.
Salesrooms, 318 and 20 Pean areana
No connection with, any other carrlacB0Md
We have just received arid have now ready foe iaspeetJoBg
beautiful China Dinner Seta,. Fish Sets and. a full line of iloej
China, odd pieces, to which we invite the attention of the la&Mcl
R. P. WALLACE & CO
Wood. sl3. .
OPPOSITE ST. CHARLES.
FURNITURE AND CARPH1S
Sixth St and Penn Ave.
41 FIFTH A VENUE.
Purchasers of tho abore will find it greatly
to their advantage to inspect onr line of
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
For Most Exquisite Flowers,
GRAND DECORATIVE PLANTS. TREES
BULBS, ETC., GO TO
JOHN R. & A, MURDOCH,
Telephoned. " se24-jnr
BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA.
1 CUPS FOR SL
CHOICEST, PUREST, BEST.
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND SMIEAX
A.. M. & J". B. JKUEDQPH,
CIO SMITHFIELD ST.
tJi- Telephoned. deMI-JTffJ1
pEFRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN ISO,"
ASSETS - . ?9J071,696S
Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WIT.t.tam i,
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. iaCOBZ-n
Assets, January 1, 1867 mfi&JBS) 60
, EDWARDS A KENNEr,. Agents.
Wears not only showing a superior line of
Prices from $12 to $25,
But alsosomo WONDERFUL VALUES. Ago
4 to 12 years, from
$4 -bo $8-
We are now showing the Newest Styles in
KILT SUITS and OVERCOATS, both in our
own and Eastern manufacture.
HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR
This department is VERY ATTRACTIVE.
Prices Positively the Lowest.
Latest Novelties in Ladles' Jewelry, Collars
ana Cuffs, Dress. .Trimmings. Handkerchiefs,
710 Penn avenue, 710.
Open until 9 P. jf. Baturdayi
PHOTOGRAPHIER, lfl SDCTH BTRKRR
JL fine, lares crvon nnrtaatt . so. u. thmxwP
before ortortec toewtor -CsMMlELtKaM
WGOnerdoMa. PaOJtflDSLwS) T
Fairness and liberality are
akin to reliable Clothing. It's
the only kind, however, that
fits in happily with them.
They meet the customer
He saves money by paying
it out for Clothing that serves
him well, and costs no more
than is just
It is a fair, enough objec
tion therefore, on your part
to decline paying a price that
affords a profit to the maker,
another to the wholesaler,
another to the storekeeper.
Why should your.
There's no reason except
carelessness about money.
And not knowing you are
We believe you are more
fairly dealt with by bur way.
We make the Clothing. We
pay for good cloth and good
work. We pay enough to get
both. The intermediate
profits we cut off.
There's, then, only one
step between us and you. To
make the price low enough.
Do you know how low
down ours, are?
Ranging in prices from (untrimmed) 60c ana
68c up; (trimmed), 83 60. S4 SO and J5 np to tne
COSTLIEST PATTERN HATS. Cnlldrea'i
Hats, Ostricn Goods, Birds, etc
NO CHARGESFOR TRUIMTNG .
When materials are purchased at onr stores.
GIVEN AWAY THIS WEEK
To BTery purchaser In onr Infants' Department
Fleishman k Co.,
NEWEST STYLES! '
OasJn. and C!:eW3-!-h "rTmnsw
- . .isa
. vxa ana vxo -re avenue, near JfMUh street.
. : .LATEST STYLES. .
3jIE3A--blIsrQ- PHOE ZDiELAaHS
. ) Wholesale House,
515 and 517 Wood street.
406 and 408 Market
OUR STANDING IN THE CI
At the present day is cked by thecMfideace of the geaenl, haying fmtlk. arrtigSj
taiaed tat oonhdBce bybesoriBle, dsalls, fair kestmeat, low prioes udfi mmm
' jyij uvu u (n,im ura am j.h iuum niio.arB custuaiers 04 ten wmm, ipt
say little, ant it to you, reader, who as yet never had' the pleasure fcf fcria
wants supplied from oar large, varied and elegant assorinaentof nousehold gd,
address these few lines. We are prepared to furnish yon anything' and , every tMJJlj
goes to the proper famishing of yoar hoae. If it is
Sixt& street tnd Fein areine.
A reasonable price is a
good reason for coming to us
for tailoring to- order; that,
with the best; goods . and
FUR SHOULDUR OAPE3
la Seal, genuine Bable, Astracnan. Persian
Lamb, Lynx and all kinds of Inr. We wonld
call attention to onr genuine ASTRACHAN
UAPE at 12 and real SABLE CAFE at JJi .
Oar stock of Seal Jacket. Sacoues. Muffs.
etc., is also very large and complete. Our prices
are tne 1A) WJsar tor tutsi' quAU'
441 WOOD STREET.
N. R We "are now sbowlnr oar latest im
portations of LADIES' ENGLISH WALK
JKQ HATS, in all tho new shades to natch
mm. p gys-'aaw
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A : PARLOR : SUIT
Yon want; we have plenty (onr own naake), cheap, medinnj or highpri4I.
Pieces in Parlor Goodsfa very large assortment. It it should happen tbt- yowr.'S
are in the line of BEDEOOK SUITS, they can easily be satisfied froa oar
sortment. Landscape, Gheval and Upright Glasses in French ndGersaahevel,iy
any wood or any price desired fronj 13 to 9675 could yon vrfsh for more, in tka tii
of sait? And now at this too of the year, particularly, -aaay of yoa ased a.gs',
G -c3l Jtw Jet JtLl 'JL1 1
Well, we have an noeqnaled stock this Ml, aad yoa need only take a look i h 1
Ourliffeefflh-raees all tho well known sake In "WXLTON?, VETtVETS, BOM?
XAPSTRT BRUSSELS, All-wool, Cotton Chain aad Cotton INGRAIXS.S
Heaps, Jutes, aad Kattings of all kinds, besideronr Curtains. No w who weald !Sj
m. ....hI.. ... .H.a fcj...n ...hn v . h k JtrnJi . mP .!. V . . a i. f ml . . T "T
JJWO UUHUn AU tliUl UWIUO UG UCJ 04 D UllttCO Ui UAQ ACb LBS. WCIS g1 OM( Wj 1
tor 90c a pair, or $10 a pair? We also have a large line of "Window SfedM imi
Cartaiasat very lew prices. la Bedding we have every thing JCatirssew,
Blankets, Pillows, Bolsters, etc.
NOW FOR YOUR KITCHEN A
Ah, here we sarely take'tae lead. After saying that we carry the best aahttj' V.l
and Ranges there. Is little seed of sayiag aore than a few words, ass the are i
HAVE EVERYTHING that gees to Bake yoar kitchen ths&aeat i th
know every housewie tries to do that.
NOW WHO ABE WE? WELL, WE AUt
HOPPER BROS. & CO.
THE ONLY COMPLETE HOUSE FUMHl
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