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-l '-2HE 1 :.t. : . k. r !" Et ".-!i ' . jt&ju-JLt irun .EPiS Jz - "' rA TEACHERS' BBKHT Organized by the, Ambitious Peda gogues of Butler County. FATALLY ASSAULTED BY BOBBERS The Interesting Sequel to a Buckeye Enoch Arden Case. ALL TEE -HEWS FSOM KEAEBI TOWNS renciu. teliqbax to trz supxtcs.1 3TJILEE, December 20. The Teachers' Institute ii passing off very successfully. Good interest is being manifested in the proeeedincs, and the attendance is only limited by the size of the room. A teachers' union, having for its object mutual pro tection ana the betterment of the teachers financial condition, was organized to-day. Resolutions setting forth the ends to be sought by and through the new organization were adopted. A tendency in the direction of lower wages is observed. They protest against being reduced to a level with the common laborer, and assert that organiza tion is an essential requisite to the main tenance of their rights. "Whether strikes will be inaugurated to accomplish their purpose is not known. The movement is backed by many of the teachers, and it is probable that the Teach ers' Union will be a factor in determining teachers' salaries next year. The question has provoked a great deal of comment out side of institute circles. EKOCH EASILI SATISFIED. He Thinks There Are SttU Better Fish In the Sea. rSFICIAL TXXZGBAX TO THE DISPATCH. 1 JlASsruoK,).. December 20. Thirteen years ago Mrs. John Preece left her hus band in England and came to relatives here with her two children, her husband agree ing to follow. He came not at the erfB of seven years, but the wife received inform ation that he had been killed. She then married Valentine Kefower, and bore him five children, when Preece ap peared here a month ago in the flesh. A'conference was held between the two hus bands and an adjustment of the dilemma was deliberately discussed, husband No. 1 o fieri ntr to take the wife and his two chil dren back to England, leaving the father of the five to snift tor them. The mother-could not decide what to do, but the first husband settled it to-night by writing a car3 for the public which states among other things: "I have heard them say there is just as good fish in the sea as ever was caught, so I think I will bait up again and see ii I cannot catch one without five little ones." and concludes with this advice to husband No. 2: "Best yonr heart contented, Kefower, and be a more sober, steady man than you have been, and gain for yourself a promotion in society." AN ALLEGED COAL DISCOVERT. The People of Kobcionln. In Berks Conntr. Dlnck Excited. Bobesonia, December 20. Considerable excitement has been occasioned in and around this village by the news that coal has been found on the farms of A. E. "Weit zel and Daniel Gebn&rt, only a mile and a half away. The discovery was accidental and further investigation wilt be made at once. 'Experts have been engaged to sink shafts and make thorovgh explorations. The coal alreadv taken out has been tested in cooking and other stoves, and it is reported to burn exceedingly well. It is believed to be the best anthracite. Land is going np in value and a regular speculative fever has broken A8S1ULTED BI HIGHWATHEN On a Principal Street, Receiving Wonndi That May Prove Fatal. rsrjeci.ll. TEUO&AKTO TEX DISPATCH. 1 "Wheelixg, December 20. Captain J. H. Neale, of Buckhannon, one of the wealthiest and most prominent citizens of that section of the State, liee at his home unconscious and with what will likely prove a death wound in his head, inflicted by highwaymen on the principal street of the town last night. When found some hours after the assanlt lie was bleeding profusely, and his gold watch a::d chain were gone, with considera ble money he was known to have in his pos session. His assailants are unknown. The gaptain's chances for recovery are very poor. They Hang- People In That Section. tSPECtAI. TStXOSAX TO THI DISPATCH. Chaelestox, W. "VX, December 20. In the Kanawha County Circuit Court to day, Felix Kampf, who murdered his two children, a son and daughter, by cutting them to death with a knife, was sentenced to be hanged March 7, 1890. A.Nevf College Building. rSrkciAX. TZLEGEAi TO TITS DISPATCH. "Washikqton; December 20. A hand some building, to cost 25,000, is to be built on thecaurpus of 'Washington and Jefierson College. It will accommodate 2,000 per sons, and is c be erected as a gymnasium and commencement hall. Tired of Staying In Jail. TZCIAX. TXXXGBAX TO TUX EISFATCH.1 Martin's Febbt, O., December 20. "Break Nose' Barrett, George Coos, "Wm. pavia and a fourth party, whose name is unknown, escaped from jaU here to-night Kewa About the State. Jaues Maxoxe, aged 82, a well known con tractor, died in Marietta, GkokQE McCAirx, who was so badly injured is the late EmigsTille wreck, died yesterday. A MAD dog created a sensation in Westches ter by biting Patrick Megrogan severely on the ankle. WmautBEorawa re-arrested at Lock Haven as an accessory to-tbe murder of Wil liam Lovett last Sunday at Lockport. Thb Women's Christian Temperance Union of Chester county opened their new headquar ters in the Meconkey Mansion, West Chester. A house near West Fairriew, occupied by a f amllySnamed LavercooI,.was burned to the ground. The family barely escaped with their WnxrxBoTHZKBEBOEB. aeed&felLinan epileptic fit, out of a third-story window in Beading, sustaining injuries which may prove fatal. He was taken to the Beadine Hospital. Joseph Cost,owszt and J-ih r ,ith -.,. badly injured by a fall of coal atEllangowan uouiery, A'ottsvuie. Charles Hefferon, a driver at Boston Bun Colliery, was instantly t ki lied by a mine wagon passing; oTer his body., WRAPS FOR ALL. foe People' Store, Filth Arenne. OPEN TO-3JTOHT TILE 9. t All kinds of wraps, sacques, jackets, new zaarkets. connemarras, torladles, misses and children. Here is where you can find the largest 'assortment and the best value for your money. Campbell ss Dice. YOUTH'S DRUMS. George Kappell, 77 Fifth A Tenor. "Young America" is patriotic and sol dierly. Bring them up to guard and defend r-dOfia riohtM for which their fathpm fnn?M tn 3 nobly, and buy the boy one of those beauti ful drums specially ordered for Christmas -Aaoiiaay uauc 15,21 GEOEaEKAPPEX, 77 Fifth ave.' J.S3S. HoImea'.Beat. 1SS9. . JJsethk brand for sickness. It is perfectly pfirtv '. . - W. H. JSolmes &Sos, I Water street una K3 First avenue. - JyKiK.S. -Ke-raiiB ff ... ' I iLot .7 rrS'l"?c;. . I X ."!?" 'rm"w' WV If iBaBrHaBiMaW ifliTiiWr 1 1 ' 11 v -Jim v' ' A: ' -aSi -: ' CJ'- i)isi" & , iSttL. ' " $$&. " M & S0EE0WS CUP- FILLED,.; Went to Earope far a Fortsne and Cass .Back to Plod a Life or Wee. A rather strange and at the same time a sorrowful story is that told byEmileEtoine, 'who saya he left Johnstown before the great flood for his native town, CreonviUe, near Etrassburg, Alsace-Lorraine, to establish his claim to a fortune left by en uncle. He got the property and converted it into cash, 520,000, and started back to enjoy it with his wife and five children. He had worked, as apuddler for two years in the Cambria Iron Works. Strange as it may appear, Etoine had never read the papers dnring his absence sor attempted to correspond with his family and inconsequence knew nothing of the flood until he reached Johnstown on last Tuesday. The truth flashed on him when he saw the ruin where his home once stood, and he fainted. During two days' search .he could find no trace of his family.but learned enough to. satisfy himself they had perished, and it appears that the place of their sepul ture is no better defined than is that of Moses in the "valley in the land of Moab, over against Beth-peor." The distressed man left for the land of his nativity, where he said he proposed to end his days. The story seems rather hard to credit,' bat it may be true. FOE THIETI-F1TE TEAES. A Woman Who Wna.BUhop Tales' Home Keeper for That Period. Catherine Garrity, the old servant of the late Bt Bev. Bishop Tuige, has removed from the Episcopal residence connected with St. Paul's Cathedral, and has bought a house near Silver Lake Grove, in the East End. She was housekeeper for Bishop Tuigg lor 35 years, and entered his service 'when he was placed as pastor in charge of St. John's congregation, at Altoona. She was not out of his service for one day since that time, and her grief was heart rending when she heard of his death. Her mother is still alive, being a hale and hearty old lady, and is living with her daughter. SPECIAL TKAIN TO CQABTIERS, Via tbe Pittsburg and Lake Erie Railroad, Sunday, December 22, For the dedication of the new B.O. Church of St. Francis, a special train will leave the station at the south end of Smithfield st. bridge, at 9 A. si., city time; returning, leave Chartiers at 2:15 p. 2L, city time. Tickets, 15 cents for the round trip. AnElecant and Useful ChrUtma Present Is Will L. Thompson's collection of popu lar American copyright music A mam moth collection, consisting of popular' songs; songs with c-orns, concert quartets, popu lar, sacred songs, sacred quartets, comio songs, piano solos and music for parlor or gan. The Selections include none but the most valuable and most popular American copyright music. The book is very large, handsomely bound in heavy cloth, 381 cages, full sheet music size. Price, $5. Prom now until Christmas, will send It, ex press prepaid, to any part of U. S. or Canada, upon receipt of $3. (The music, when bought in sheet form, costs $41.) Address1 will L. Thompson Co., ITS East Liverpool, O. BUSINESS IS GOOD At Lechner fc Scboenberger's, And the reason of this is plain. They sell the highest grade of pianos and organs only. Their prices are reasonable, and terms of payment within the reach of all. All in--struments guaranteed for five years. The great Kranich & Bach, Stultz & Bauer, and Jas. M. Starr pianos, the "Miller" and "Packard" organs, can only be obtained here. Special holiday stock. Store open every evening. ' LECHNEE & SCHOENBEBGEB, 69 Fifth avenue. Bora! BaysS BeyalS BoyaSS The grandest, costliest; finest Christmas gifts yet will be presented to all purchasers of boys' suits or overcoats (no matter' how low their prices may be) at Kaufmanns' to day. Be sure and secure one. They're no trashy things, remember, but articles of value. B.&B. Cream Silk Mufflers, All silk, at 65c, 75o and $1 up to $4, if you wish, at center counter in dressgoods room to-day. Store open until 10 to-night. BOoos & Buhl. Superb Onyx Cabinet. Have you seen them with their beautiful effects in glass and gold. Just. the thing to finish and Beautify a parlor. In the art room of Haedy & Hates, Jewelers, Silversmiths and Art Dealers, 629 Smithfield street. New Building. Open every evening. its For Christmas Morning, Fine seal sacques. C. A Smilet & Co. Ax Xmas opportunity. Prices reduced on all our smoking jackets until Christmas. Jos. Hoene & Co,'a Penn Avenue Stores. P. S. Open in all departments until 9 o'clock this evening. Boys! Boyal! Boy.HJ Boys!!!! The grandest, costliest, finest Christmas gifts yet will be presented to all purchasers of boys' suits or overcoats (no matter how low their prices may be) at Kaufmanns' to day. Be sure and secure one. They're no trashy things, remember, but articles of value. STORES open in all deDartments until 9 o'clock this evening. Jos. Hoene & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. .Huslc Boxes! Music Boxes! The largest stock of the best make of boxes at H. KleDer & Bro.'s. No. 506 "Wood street.' Dress lengths In black silks .containing 16 to '20 yards in price from $15 to $35 about 35 per cent less than regular values." ttssu Hugus & Hacks. For Christmas Morning;, Fine seal gloves. C. A. Smiley & Co. Stoees open in all departments until 9 o'clock this evening, Jos. Hoene & Co.'s " Penn Avenue Stores. Holiday silk and linen initial handker chiefs. Jaues H. Aiken & Co., ?r 100 Fifth are. ESHENB"2" NORMAN da ribes life on the Tongking frontier in to morrow's DISPATCH. FULL VALUEF0RTHE MONEY BLOOKER'S ib. dutch m COCOA a Choicest, Purest, Best. Mailaieois-iitli Boiling Water or ID. V. S. Depot, 36 Mercer St Krw Yos& At nUil bj all letdins croeers And dfnniits. GEO. K. STEVENSON & CO., EEP0RTEK8 oe230.tra LOOKER'S COOOA- 'at sale waoleaale a-ad retsU by Je BrBd retsu 6y 3AMS LOCKflABT,-- .JAPANESE WARE BAZAAU-. Open fer the Holidays Only. You .will -wonder at our fiae display. Goods are going rapidly, and we would ad vise you to call early. 'Special discpunts on large pieces. Store open till 9p.j until phrittm as. Wh. Haslaoe & Son, SelecJ-Family Grocers, 18 Diamond Square, Pittsburg'. t 9 00 whitp silk mufflers at 76c, worth $.'35. JOS. HOBNE & CO.'S Penn Avenue Stores., P. 8. Open in all departments 'until 9 o'clock this evening. B.&B. Gent' -Large Bandana Silk Handkerchief. 75c and $1 grades at 60 cts.; 60 and C grades at 35 cts. Brown bandanas, with old-fashioned diamond-shaped figures. Booos & BUHIa 60 dozen fine white Jap silk handkerchiefs,; hemstitched extra value, at 35c Jos. Hoenb & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. . P. S. Open in all departments until "Jr o'clock this evening. For Cbtlstma-'Monilng-. Ladies' Persian, monkey, seal, astrakhan, beaver and lynx shoulder capes. C. A Smxlet & Co. HENIfS HALL, in to-morrow's DISPATCH, desoribes the mysteries of Wniteohapel, the haunt of Jaok the Ripper. Marriage Licensee Granted Yesterday, ' Kama. Beildanee. J Hiram Nice , ..FltUbnre I Mary Miller...... ............ p.... --....PUtabnrg (Tobias Bier ....rittsDnrg ....Pittsburg i Katie Melnbsrt. ( lenatz Kettcrer. Moon township ( Amanda Kromer.. rmsoure (John Tajrhatt (Letltla Poll.. .,.... Collier township ...... .Collier towntblp ... Pittsburg- ...jeittibnrg c Matthew J. Donahey. I EllrabeJn O'Neill. . I Charles Moore., Ida Hill. - Plttabnrg ..-. ...Westmoreland county DIED. ANQLOCH On Friday morning. December 20, 1S89. at 830 A Ml Annie Elizabeth, wife of Charles Aiigloch, Br., in the (Ed year of her aire. Funeral from the lato residence. No. 67 Ful ton street, Pittsburg, Sunday, December 22, at 2 p.m. Friends of the family are respect fully invited to attend. 2 BANKERD On Friday morning at 9 o'clock, Balltjs J., wife of Henry C. Bankerd, of the West Hind, aged 35 years. Funeral Sunday aftebnoon at 2 o'clock from her late residence, 41 Wabash avenue, West End. S BCABY--On Friday, December 2a 18S9, at 2 a. it, Katie La Fobbess Caby, aged 10' Tears. Funeral from the parents' residence, No'. 2 Stevenson street, on 8 ATUBDAY at 2:30 P. m. CALLAHAN On Friday, December 20, at 9 A. 1L, KATE, wife of John Callahan, aged 47 years. Funeral on Sunday. December 22. at 2 P. M.. irom ner late residence, .no. jrineenui street, Southside.' Friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend. DONAHOE On Thursday, December 19. 1SS9, at 10 o'clock P. M., James Donahoe. aged 19 years. . Funeral from the residence of his parents, corner of Mercer street and Webster avenue, Pittsburg, on Satubday, December 21, at 10 o'clock a. ir. Friends of the family are re spectfully invited to attend. DUNLAP On Thursday afternoon. Decem ber 19, 1689, at 40 o'clock, Sadie a. Dunlap, daughter of Captain H. it and Sarah A Dun lap. Funeral .service from the residence of her parents, 89 North avenue, Allegheny, Satub day aptebnoon, December 21, 1889, at 220 o'clock. Interment prlrate. QLENDENNXNG December 20. 1839, CATH ERINE A., wife of Henry A Glendenning, in tbe 4Sth year of her age. Funeral Sunday, December 22, I8S9, at 10 p. jl, from the family residence, 418 Fourth avenue, McKeesport. I Cleveland papers please copy. GIVEN Wednesday, December 18, 1889. at 130 a. iL, B. F. Given, in his 68th year. Funeral services at his late residence. No. 142 Bluff street, Fbeoay at 230 p. JC Inter ment later. 2 , LETZKUS At her residence. Thlrtv.first (Ward, Mrs. Frances Mart JLstzeus, wife of Auiuoiiejr ojeu-.ua, aea o yean a montns ana 22 days. Notice of funeral hereafter. MOOBtS-On Wednesday, December 18, 18S9. at 830 P.M., SAMUEL B. MOOEE,in the 7oth year oi ms age. Funeral on Satubday at 10 AM. from his late residence, Surgeon Hall Postofilce, Bald win township, iflenasol the family are re spectfully invited to attend. 2 MYEBS On Thursday morning. December 19, 1SS9, at 2:45, Reed Myers, in his S8th year. Funeral from his late residence. No. 89 Over-hill-street, on Sunday, at 130. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to atted. 3 PE1FFEB On Thursday, December 19, Bos a lie Kwoczalla, aged 4 years, S months and 12 days. Funeral from the residence of her parents, Frank and Kate Pelffer, No. 19 Fourth street, Sharpsburg, on Satubday aptebnoon, De cember 21. Friends of the family are respect fully invited to attend. BEES Suddenly, on Thursday, December 19, 1889, at 6 p. M., BISA A Bees, aged 81 years. Funeral from her sister's residence, Sheridan vine. STEED On Friday, December 20, 1889, KATE Lamp, wife of David S. Steel, In her 82d year. Funeral Sunday, December 22, at 2 p. m., from the residence of her husband, Mansfield, Pa. Friends of the family are respectfully laTited to attend, SE1BERT On Wednesday, December 18, 1SS9. at 822 p. m.. Eugene Joseph Seibebt, beloved son ot Martin and Elizabeth Seibert in the Vth year of his age. Funeral from the n&rAntal rAHlrifnno YJn Bl Cedar avenue, Allegheny, on Satubday, the 21st Inst, at 9 o'clock a. M. Interment private at a later hour. 2 SEXTON At his residence, .43 Franklin street. Allegheny, on Wednesday. December 18, at 8:15 p. il, James V. Sexton, member Branch 67 C. M. B. A, of Allegheny. Funeral at 830 A M. Satubday, to proceed to St Andrew's Church, Beaver avenue, from thence to St. Mary's Cemetery. Friends in. vlted to attend. 2 THOMAS On Thursday evening, at 7:15 o'clock, December 19, 1SS9, William Heney Thomas, in his 37th year. The funeral will take place from his late resi dence. No. 109 Magnolia street, Sixth ward. Allegheny 'City, on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Manchester Council No. 183, 0. U. F., are respectfully invited to attend. a JAMES ARCHIBALD A BKO.. UVERY AND BALE STABLES, 117, 119 and 133 Third avenue, two doors below Bmithfield st, next door to Central HoteL Carriages for funerals, S3. Carriages for operas, parties, &&, at the lowest rates: All new car riages. Telephone communication, myl-lirrs -p EPRESKNTED IN PHISBDBQ IN 1SQ Assets . t9jroi,098s3. Insurance Co, of North America. losses adjusted and paid b7 WILLIAM L JONES. 84 Fourth aTenue. iaSOO-u WESTEB$ INSURANCE CO.' OF PITTSBURG. Assets f SHS.S01S7 NO. U "WOOD BTREET. ALEXANDER NIMKJK, President. JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President fe22-26-TT8 WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary. H. H. DURBIN & CO., 3 FIFTH, AYENTJE. Rich Jewelry tnd Precious Sfonet. noa-TTSSn SCOTT'S GREAT DISC0VERYI What I Can Da With it lean care sn ordinary ease ot ulceration with one application, bCU cases in two or three. Core guaranteed to De permanent I never tall. Cure sensitive and painful teetn. with ezposednerves or pulps, without pain. Can save you the trou ble of poing to the' dentist by the month for treatment. Will not discolor yonr teeth as other dentists do. I invite troublesome cases where other -dentists have failed. 1 will cure To he hd only at Dr. O. B, Scott's.llental iSltOiiorne'S. KEW ADVERTISEMENTS'. BAZAAff BULLETIN UR Eighth annual Holiday Bazaar surpasses all former ones in its Artistic Elegance, Practi- cat Utility and unparaueiea Low Prices. Life, in an article on "The Art of Making Gifts," recom mends "the se lecting o( an arm chair for Daba which will match his tem- ber rather. than his complex-: ion. lne all-over learner chair of our but at $20 will be sure to accomplish both, as it is thoroughly comfortable, lovv in price and can be fur nished in any color of hide. We have just opened a fresh lot of this "Old Colonial" solid oak rocker at $2 50. The quantity can supply the ex traordinary de mand but a couple of days longer. This Rat tan Chair, with or with out rockers, at $1 .75, we have in a va riety of fin ishes. It is suitable for a young girl or as a sew ing; chain This taller bookcase, with closed back and elaborate cabi net top and large capacity for Books, we have in either imitation ma hogany or an tique oak, at $12 (add $2 for portiere). We are showing 319 other patterns oi" plainand combination bookcases, 'secre tary bookcases, etc. ' We have just opened another lot of this "Old Colonial" Rock er in assorted colors. The seat ,is t upnoistered in watered plush and ornamented with ;:: antique nails. The won XzZfiiki der is how it can be made at. the price $4 50, Our assort ment 01 Upholstered Rockers, Leather Chairs and ?ancy Chairs of all kinds is. the largest in the, 'history-of our Furniture Department.. CATALOGUE. We give on amplication our illustra ted descriptive Holiday Cata logue of 64 pages. It is a valuable guide for Holiday shopping and has a classi 'fied index of suggestions' for Presents. 0.McClintock&Co. 33 FIFTH AVE. de21-TT8 ODHC3 S.-5T I CHRISTMAS : IS : COMING -AKD- "8ANTA CIA-TJS" -A!T-' FLEISHMAN & CO.'S HAS WHOLE HEAPS OF TOYg! Dolls, Dolls' Furniture, Dolls' Combs and Dolls' Brushes. Polls' Toilet Sets and Dishes, Dolls' Corsets and Dolls' Bustles, Dolls' Pianos anil T)nll Trnnlr Dolls' Carriages and Dolls' Sleighs, Dolls' Hammocks, Locomotives and Fire Engines, . Wagons with Horses and . . .Wasons without Horses, 'Mechanical Toys and Mane Lanterns, Printing Presses and Money Banks, Tool Chests, big and little. Velocipedes, Tricycles and Bicycles. Drums, Horns and lots of other things. OS Store open every night until 10 o'clock, ' Malt orders receive-prompt attention. Write for Our Illustrated Book Catalogue. -- Fl i i i HTqriuerpjiu .i 1 -.r pr Tnjri, i JiBSSSsT MiuKrH jflffllf r mi V If A fl fl jL'l cflTl fl ff w n fW p t&r ss40f' v Jtsssg-lU- ragf jJ I YjW III jTgeiiij. lb I gj iijn r 11 fTrrr ni ll t ,1' tfi'i'i'-i-Hi lr 1 i Sswiifi ,) K ( rf p.- 'Tk fcSiMSiStt fLMSJkl 1 eisnman&Co I jfi ." " ' NEW ABVtTIKEMKTS. DAllZIGER'S. -- Always the lowest prices -y in the two-' cities, 7 Our eleganK stock of DOLLS,; TOYS, BOOKS, GAMES- and :: Rich Holiday Goods is still com plete. Come in the morning and avoid the rush. Open even ings until . Christmas. V. -- DANZIGER'S POPULAR STORES, SixthSt. and Penn Ave. ' del9 THE CHRISTMAS -IS ON IN PULL :-:. FORCE. -- t Do your best to come in the morning, be fore NOON if possible, as we can -serve yon much better then than later in the day. How ever, if yon can't come in the morning, come in the afternoon. We have a large force and will do our beat to wait on yoa promptly and well. We are Open in the Even ings Till 9 O'clock, And if yoa come in can very nicely. make purchases BEE OUE ELEGANT DISPLAY -OJ- Derby, Meriden and Sterling Silver BRUSHES, COMBS, . ' MIRRORS, MANIOTTRB SETS, SHAVING MUGS, i TRINKETS, Etc. HORNE & WARD, 41 FIFTH AVE. del9 EDUCATIONAL. HAUCOURT PLACE. A remarkably successful seminary- for young ladies and girls.. Admirable loca tion. Elegant new, building. Exception ally strong faculty. Superior equipment and 'comprehensive character.. Thorough preparation for the best American colleges for women, or a complete course. Pupils last year from thirteen States. For1 illus trated catalogues address the Principal, Miss Ada. L Atkb, B. A., Gambler, O. no9-79-s KENY0N MILITARY ACADEMY. A select school for boys. 66th year. Lo cation of rare beauty and healthf ulness, on a hill-top, eleven hundred feet above sea level. Elegant buildings. MastersalLcbllegegrid tiates and teachers ot tried efficiency. Thor - ough preparation tor college or business. Careful supervision of health, habits' and manners. Particular attention paid to the training of youmjboys. Remarkable growth faring the past four years.' Large new gym nasium and drill hall'. 'J?or .catalogues ad- .roS-'ka--'RiwtirT.-iw-HTC5Srr. XiL-'D ww-, ... "! , -- w NEW.ABVBRTISBJIEWra. CHRISTMAS! No Fancy Prices Here on Holiday Goods, and Thousands of the Use ful and Ornamental to Select From Upstairs and Down. Elevator for the FUR AND CLOAK DEPART MENTS. "Children's Wraps at Re duced Prices. Ladies' Fine and Elegant Garments Down in Price. Alaska Seal Jackets, 4 $85. to $165. mm gut $125 to$250. We can demonstrate a positive saving of 15 to $25 on your Seal purchase. "We can't sell you a $200 Seal for $150, but we do sell SEALS on our usual small margin of profits. Investigate our large assortment and offering, FUR CAPES.' An assortment of choice goods at prices that 18 wMl Trnrtti nttflnHnti t vrin with latest snapes and best goods. - Ladies', Hisses' and Children's Furs, At prices that make a customer of every one who investigates. Ve believe in sell ing hundreds at small profits, and we know that pays both you and us better than to sell a few and get a large profit. 50CCHA11IS, Best French Goods Imported, in light and dark colorings, -at 25c OEMS' SILK MUFFLEBS! Qenta' ST. 8. Silk Handkerchiefs, Ladies and Children's Handker chiefs, Kid Gloves, Suede Gloves, Cashmere Gloves, Gents' Fur Gloves and Gauntlets, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Medium and Fine Neckwear, All of these departments have been pro vided with extra room, and salespeople to provide for the crowd of buyers, tbst always occurs tne last few days preceding Christ mas. HOLIDAY DRESS PATTEMS, IN NICE BOXES. Six lots of RICH BLACK FAILLE SHE .At $1, $1 25, $1 60. $1 60, $1 75 and $2, that are unusual bargains, and are made by a system ot manufacture that positively pre vents any pulling at the seams. BLACK AND C0L01ED DRESS SILKS In all the staple and new weaves at Inter esting prices. Black Silk Warp Cashmeres, 50ototo$3 75. ' -) The extra bargains at $1, $1 25, f 1 60 to 2 are in Jet and Medium Blacks, and at prices that will pay yoa. Come here to buy the Christmas Dress Pattern. The 80c 46-inch BLUE and JET BLACK CASHMERES That we are selltng is a Christmas bargain worth talking about; LEATHER GOODS Jewelry, Derby Silver Goods, Ar tistic Pottery, High Class Silk Novelties in Cushions, Head Bests, Scarfs, etc., In Silk and Dress Goods Boom that, are choice, inexpensive and very rich ones, at a highW range ot prices, if you want elegant presents. NEW INDIA STOOLS, Some covered with Calfskin with the hair on, others with Chamois and hand-painted, otbers that are not covered and you can make or buy a nice Cushion there, for these new India Stools cost from 3 60 to $18 each. Thousands of articles irom 10c to $100 each in Fancy Goods. DOLLS, BOOKS. PKENCH -:- APB0NS, "Without ties, at half price. Choice Em broidered ones at the Embroidery Counter. WHITE AFE0NS, , . Beady made, by the hundred, at the Muslin Underwear Department 15e to $2 60 each. Boggs&Buhl, 115. 117. lit). 21 Federal Street. AUegheny - dea-r. I ATB1TTS. . CD. LEVIS, Solicitor of Patents, su ciiia avenue, aDoveumiumeid.ntxtijeaaer office. (No delay. EstablUhed 20 years. se2fr60 v IFi yon want to Know waat yon onehtto muui. DGUU IW. 0BCVJB1 UKtUlltl ICmilTO to WINCHESTER'S SPECIFIC PH.LS.. mmM, MMtmmm H--ldt -Jam1 Ii U.Ia Iha a-m-nmDt and cermaneBC care lot Jerroas Debility, Wwknesa eta PrteeUper 11:' WIW- Prteeperl Ml.Hi'W I; CHESTEK CO.,VhmmmM, m Vfimmmitt '.'? '?; -.-,. k- SACQUES nw AwrzxBsmtxsrs. 't-. . y--. Wow ready, the Christmaxmimber, x6jagesv of our "Illus trated Monthly." The cleverest writers (including Bill Nye) and the most distinguished of artists are contributors ' thereto.. Sent Free to y address or obtainable at our store. . THE mm trIFTOFALL. GIVEN AWAY FREE TO I BEAUTIFUL With every purchase in amount of 15 or more. BRING THE BOYS ALONG FOR If. OUR 'GREAT UNLOADING SA1.B .' HOLIDAY GOODS HOW OIL- In order to make this grand thoughts of money making 'for Great Bargains "for You, ; Big Business for Us ! If everybody knew how we are turning prices upside downXargj could Quit advertisihz for the balance of the winter and yet crowdfourt store with bargain seekers from early morn until closing, time. -- OH I FOR A Is the Prayer of Not that he's.desirous-of shuttimr off the out-door laborer daily, bread, but for the very selfish reason of selling off his stoc&of. Stormj Overcoats. Of course we know that such" waather as we,vebeen havingi of late has not been the kind for Ulsters or Storm Overcoats, but wefrej Douno. to nave tnis Kina or weamer snoruy. xnereiorsuur urcat uij loading Sale will give the prospective buyer of Blizzard-Defying -Over; coats an opportunity of securing some 30 per cent unucr wnat as wuum pay eiaewfcrc : WE0FFER AT TH1&GREAT SPAM Men's Cape Overcoats, Men's Stonri. coats, Men's Storm coats, Men's Storm coats, Men's Storm coats, Men's Storm' coats, Men's Storm coats, Men's Storm coats, 912. Men's Oape Overcoats, $15. Men's Oape Overcoats, 818. Men's- 'Sterna Oyter coats, . 813. Men's Storm Over coats, 816. Men's Storm .Over coats, 818. Men's Storm Over coats, 820. t And Our Word for it, Valuea- JO-DAY Bin Bnvs' Elpnant o J- Tv 11nDTu cicdv pcmt nr do nun m titni utiii vr co Small Boys' Beautiful Gape Overcoats, USUALLY SOLD AT $4, $4 50 , RELATIVE TO HOLIDAY GOODS A clear saving of from 30 to airy day this week. Smoking Jackets Reduced to $4, Dressing Gowns Reduced to $5, - Genuine Seal Caps, 24, $x 50 Gloves (Lined-and Unlinetf), Cashmere and Silk Mufflers. i. Neckwear, Sik Handerchiefs, Linen Handkerchiefs. ' i A Initial Handkerchiefs, Silk Umbrellas, Cambric Night Shirts.-, Cardigan Jackets, Jersey and- Full Dress Shirts, Plush Collar and Cuff Boxes. Shaving Sets, Manicure Sets, Smokers' Sets. Fine Hosiery, Silk and Satin Suspenders. I Embroideted Suspenders, Underwear in all ( Men's Velvet Embroidered , Ladies' Toilet Sets, 99c to $25. Ladies' Work Boxes, 84c to $7. Silk Mufflers from 74c to $5. Silk Handkerchiefs Pocketbooks, all Let us call your attention again day next will be .our "Children's Lrrand Carnival .Receptions, and ne cities, will come and see him. Tfot -.,.. --.s i-.i.2 - . J m. au . pleasure ui auaniug uauus wiiu uic JJuy oiu man uimacii, uuti witness the Grand Performance given and .be the recipients ofj fine candies each. II ?-.- l-IIAR T A - DAY -BY- ' -t5f.V i MIC U1TEI our Boys' or Children's department to the i. . -or- .2i. sale a success We've abandoneduM awhile.- This means u COLD WAVE!. the Clothing Dealer. an Overcoat tplsuit him at a price Over- 84, Over- 84 50. Over- 85. 6a Over- 87. Over- 88. Over- 810. Men's Reefing CoatSJJ . 8a 00; Men's "Beefing Coat Men's Beefing Gbati3 Men's Beefing C Men's Beefing and Vests, Men's Beefing C and Vests, Men's Beefing ( and Vests, Never were such Grandf Offered! WE OFFER Canfi Overcoats. r- ' -$2 Awn en rno ct nMlVfcl nnu Ji run ipw wni.it AND. $5, FOR $3 50 0NLY.1 -i 50 per cent on anythingyoabttf $5, $6 and $10. $8, $ia and $12. to $12. Cardigan Jackets, White Shift"' Slippers, 65c to $tt from 24c to $2 2$ prices, from 49c to to the fact that Monday a Day." Santa Claus will expects that every cnild mil only will the youngsters jh; . i - i . . v a .-awjai ' (-: GRAUD BARGAIN Si 310 is 400 Market TB t&fiyr' .A i&Ai . r .