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LATE NEWS IN BRIEF.
Chattanooga, felt a shock of earthquake
The Uichisan Salt Company has ad
Taneed the price of salt 10 cents a barrel.
Leading Canadian papermakers hare
formed a combine to stop "cutting" prices.
A movement Is on. foot to havn Amrusta,
Ga., represented at tho World's Fair tn her
The World's Fair exhibits or American
artists in Italy are on their wiy to this
country on board the old warship Constella
tion. A New York syndicate has purchased
the street railroads or Xew Orleans ror $10.
000,000. Electricity will supersede mule
The Bothsohllds are backing a scheme in
Brazil to build a railroad trom Kioto Per
rmmbuco, thus shortening the voyage to
England to six days.
Frank U. Warner has confessed -wreck-lne
the Santa Fe overland train near Mon
rovia, Cal., a lev days ago. Uo had been
put on a rrelght train.
There has been serious rioting in Mad
rid, and the wealthy classes aro in s panic.
The laborers are bitterly opposed to the
A sensation has been sprung In Denver
by the direct charge or fraud and misrepre
sentation tiled in court against the defunct
firm, A. Z. Salmon Co.
AH miners in tne two mines at Farming,
ton and the one at Lorrts. I1L. hare struck
out or sympathy with the strlkors in the
three mines at Dnnrermline. Eleven other
miues may also be tlod up,
A special -warranty deed from Russell B.
Harrison and vf'e and Mrs. Mary II. McKce
and her husband, betrs at law of Mrs. Caro
line Scott Harrison, was recorded Thursday,
conveyinc the Cape May Point cottage to
What is intended to be the largest win
dow glass ractory in the Unitfd States was
located in Anderson, Ind., Thursday, by the
Union Glass Company, of Indiana. The
company is a consolidation of nearly all the
largest glass manufacturers in tho country.
A fire in the three-story tenement house,
S19 Flushing avenue, Brooklyn, at 1 o'clook
3 esterdaj-morning, resulted in the killing
of two Tversnus father and child and the
injury of 13 others. The dead are Michael
Doyle, il years old, and .Nellie Doyle, 3 years
Tho Illinois Steel Company, through
Blrdsevc, Cloud A Bayliss; Its counsel, has
obtained Judgment in the Scxr Tork Su-
Sremo Court against the property or the
ollct Enterprise Company on a claim or
J90 003 for steel rods, etc, turnisbed prior to
It is said that a union or throe of the
largest houses in Boston dealing in glass is
proposed, the concerns Interested being
Hills, Turner & Co., Lambert Bros., and R.
bherburne. Tho plan is said to contemplate
the formation ot a corporation under the
Massachusetts law, with a capital of $400,.
About 300 persons, mostly youths of Lon
don's unemployed, started at Tower Hill
Thursday night to carry out their pro-announced
intention to hold a midnight pro
cession. The police were out in large num
hers. They permitted theparaders to pro
ceed as raras Temple Bar, where they easily
A Long Island grand Jury found true bills
ocainst Governor Flower, his sister, Mrs.
Schoey, and tho administrators or Union
College and Bapelye estate for maintaining
nuisances detrimental to tho pnbllc health.
The Governor and other parties named own
large blocks of property which consist prin
cipally of swamp land and cesspools.
In a draft of the English Conservative
platlorm, the first paragraph reads: "We
combat llcbrew Influence in our national
lite, on which it acts with disintegrating
effect. We demand Christian government
for Christian people, and Christian teachers
lor Christian pupils. We condemn excesses
Asa P. Potter, ex-President of the failed
Maverick Bank, has filed exceptions to the
rulings of Judge Putnam, or the United
States Circuit Court, wuosustained.lS counts
or the Indictment charging Potter with mak
ing false entries in the books. This brings
the case before the United States Supreme
Court on questions of law but does not delay
the trial of Potter, which takes place Janu
Mental exhaustion or brain fatigue
Promptly cured by Byomc-Seltzor 10c
Boy Almost Lost Use of Bis Limbs.
Two Tears Intense Itching.
Several Doctors Fall.
Instant Heller, Sweet Sleep, Speedy, Be-
markable, and Permanent Cure
by Cutlctaa Remedies.
When about seven years old, ray son was afflicted
with a skin dtatasc which was Tery distressing. Th
first appearance was of little pimples accompanied
tor intent ttcblng. oon sprexilng lnjo fores cov
ered with scabs, except when scralcuea off. The en
tire bod jr. except head, wat covered. He almostlost
the use or his limbs, and was so light I, conld carry
him aoout like an Infant, Used all remedies I could
find recommended la medical worts ror Itching
without benent. Applied to different rliyelclans,
receiving temporary relief, but tbe disease was sure
to return. I sent for your pamphlet, read It, pur
chased a set or CtrricuaA Remedies. I anointed
him with the Concuiu, bathing with the ttjri
crBA. bOAP. and gave small doses or CUTICL'nA
IttEOLTETT. Oh, the soothing cflcct or that Cuti
TCRAI After two years' search ror something to
allay that terrible itching, what a relief to see him
sleep sweetly without any inclination to scratch.
Less than two boxes or CUTICCBa, one cake COTJ
cct.a boar.and one bot'le or the Cuticuka Resol
vent, performed a care, with uo returns. Is now a
strong, healtny boy of thirteen. We consider it a
remarcable cure, as he had inherited scrofulous
MCS. n. E. BOWEJT. East Otto, 3f. Y.
The new Blood and Skin Purifier, internally (to
cleanse the blood or all impurities and poisonous
elements), and CCTICCRA. the (treat Skin Cure, and
CrmcrjKA SOAP, nmexuuislte bkln Beautlfler. ex
ternally (to clear the skin and scalp, and restore the
hair), instantly relieve and speedily cure every
species orilchlng, burning, scaly, crusted, pimply,
scrotuloos. and hereditary diseases and humors or
the skin, scalp, and blood, with loss or hair, from
Infancy to age, from pimples to scrofula.
Hold everywhere. Price, Cuuuuka, Mot BOAT,
55c; Kksolvixt. fl. Prepared br the- Pottxb
Dnua akd Cuxmical CO&fo&atiox, Boston.
S-"How to Cure Skin Diseases." 64 pages, 50
Illustration. 100 testimonials, mailed free.
nilJPI.ES, blackheads, red. rough, chapped,
rllll "r skin cured by Ccticuba SOAP.
ACHING SIDES AND BACK,
Hip. Kidney and Uterine Pains and
by the Cuttcnra Antl-Paln Planter,
Uic Mij null VUlJ jfiwii riisiaaifs, Liuutvts
To buy better Whisky for
Family, Miial or Social
We show-in our window
this week tbo finest dls.
Ever Drought to this city.
A large .stock and assort
ment to select from.
THE ONLY REASON .
For the continued Increase of THE
DISPATCH adlets is that they gm
Holiday Presents I
sWHkssH Jl'B MlVgWiM
Tbo Largest and Finest Assortment
Ever Seen In This City.
Bold at Extremely Low Prices.
A handsome souvenir given to every pur
It is certainly the old-fashioned
Quarts gi each, or six for 5. (
Mail orders solicited.
Neatly and securely packed.
Goods shipped promptly.
Jos. Fleming & Son,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists,
412 Market Street, Cor. Diamond,
SUITS AND OVERCOATS!
Tliat Will Open Your Eyes. .
Our big spies had broken several of the $jo $12 and $15
lines, ' We must and will keep these complete. To do this we
were forced to REDUCE THE PRICES OF THE BET
TER GRADES. The result is that the very SUITS and
O VERCOA TS that were selling readily at $15, $18 and $20
Are Now $10, $12 and $15. '
Gentlemen, if you wish the greatest Bargains of the year,
call and see these.
Mothers should see the great offerings in BOYS' and
CHILDREN'S SUITS and' O VERCOA TS.
Holiday Novelties in Neckwear, Umbrellas, Handkerchiefs
and Smoking fackets at our usual Low Prices.
LAIRD'S BARGAIN PRICES
Attracting Multitudes of Buyers.
b BLUGHER 7-BUTTON ITERS. Blictajals, Cois.
52.58, $2.90, S3 J, $00.
CLOTHIERS, TAILORS AND HATTERS,
161-163 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY.
Will 'find our prices 20 to 30
per cent lower than others at
all times. You will find the
largest and most attractive
FINEST GOODS MADE,
All the newest and best styles,
perfect fitting1, a great saving
and general satisfaction.
50c, 75c, $1, $1.25.
FINE BLACK, ALL-WOOL
GRAIN AND TAN GOAT
W. M. LAIRD,
$2.75, $3, $3.50, $4.
Li ps it Overgaiters.
Largest Stcck, Lowest Prices.
W. M. LAIRD,
JOBBER AND RETAILER.
$2.90, $3.00, $1.00.
FINE CALF SHOES,
$2.00, $2.50, $2.90.
$2.go, $3.90, $4.00.
. $2,90, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00.
$3.00 to $10.00,
CORK SOLE SHOES,
$2.90, $4.00, $5.00
W. IYI. LAIRD,
433-435 v I 406-408-410
Wood Street. Market. Street
KAUFM ANN'S SPECIALS FOR TO-DAY.
The Most PopularTwo Hats Before the Puftlic. GIFTS 3! BOYS.
IK) .tvy W-
Is a perfect wonder. It has en
joyed the greatest run a Derby was
ever known to have in any season,
and it still holds the fort against
all comers. We have it in black,
brown and tobacco.
Quality Equal to Regular $4 Hats.
Is a conqueror '.(and Jhis, by the'
way, is the first instance of that
noted personage in that role). It
certainly stands unapproached for
grace, beauty and shapeliness. -All
$1.50 to $3.50.
Prices Elsewhere One-Third Higher.
Winter Cap Sale.
Our opening last
Saturday was the
beginning of a se
ries of special Sat
urday Cap Sales
that'll startle the
To-day our Cap
come to the front
with even greater
bargains than last
week. Read and
Fur Caps from 69c to $2.50. Pieced Seal Caps from
$3 to $5. Genuine (lull piece) Alaska Seal Caps from $6 to
$14. Heavy ChincKilla, Beaver, Scotch, Plush and V(elour
Caps' from 25 c up.
II LARGE BRASS
Generally sold for 75c, will go
gratis with every. Boy's 'Suit' or
If you don't want' the'DrUm, we
will' present you either 'with a'big
Christmas Book,wjth a beautiful
frontispiece, or a' pair of t fine regu
lation Indian Clubs. .
GIFTS FDR MEN. i THE WONDER
' I FINE EUBtt IPIli
SNAP IN TIES!
44C, 50C ait 7SC.
strong frame and very handsome
handle, worth about 1.50, will be
given away to-day with each. and
every Man's Suit or Overcoat no
matter how- low the price of the
garment may be.
If.you don't need the Umbrella,
you give it to some friend for
THE &IRLS WILLBEREMEMBERED
With every Mioses' or Girl's Cloak we Sell to-day we shall present
a magnificent and
-LARGE SIZE PICTURE BOOK.-
3.50Q LADIES' VERY FINE
Made of' extra quality Beavers,
Cheviots and Diagonals, and taste
fully trimmed with Astrakhan, Seal,
Black Marten or Opossum Furs,
having just been closed out fo;r
slightly more 'than half the regular
price, will be offered for a quick
turn at the uniformly low price
Ladies, if you have any idea at
all of getting a Fur-Trimmed
Jacket, don't miss this unequaled
chance. Its like will never occur
again. Come -to-day and get the
full assortment to choose from.
Our large outlet of Neckwear causes constantly changing stocks;
these, in turn, cause the accumulation of many Odds and Ends here a
dozen, there a dozen, and so on. Thus each wr:k adds an interesting
collection of broken stock. To-day, just before opening our Holiday
Neckwear, we will close out all our Odds and Ends at 25c for choice.
Among them are beautiful Tecks, fashionable Puffs, stylish Four-in-Hands,
&c, all made of fine quality silks. They're worth from 44c to
75c, but all go at 25c to-day.
from 50c to $1.
A mixed lot of the far-famed "Universal" Night Shirts, cut full
length, fancy trimmings, nice pockets, &c, some worth 50c, others worth
$1. All go to-day at 32c
3 C Or Tfiw Pair
Jv for a Dote
75c Half iso for
An entire manufacturer's stock (just'closed, out by us) will go on sale
to-day. It consists of fine English Cashmere Hose in black, natural gray
and fancy colors, and Camel's Hair Hose in all shades some with silk
heel and toe. They're worth from 50c to 75c, but 35c per pair (or $1
for 3 pairs) will be the price to-day.
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