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DuBois Pittsburg Post (Newspaper) - November 1, 1894, DuBois, Pennsylvania Thursday morning the Pittsburg Post. No Yui Ber i 1894, 5 a id friends were Alto present making a merry Assembly. The evening was a pent principally in dancing. The Young men hebrew association gave an elocution Ary and musical entertainment at the eighth Street Temple last evening. The entertainers comprised prof. George Blueth. Elocution St mrs. Elsie Warren Mechling Soprano or. A. Baernstein Basso and prof. Carl Ritter organist. So the Wede married. Motion to a Hest judgment will Ishino a License decision. This afternoon the reception and donation Day of the deaconess Home will be celebrated at the Home on fifth Avenue. Lawyers support Reardon. General misconception of an hat the Iii under orally la. Carroll saved hts License. Proprietor Michael Carroll of the commercial hotel Braddock which was sold tuesday at sheriff s Sale has set up a bar in the office of the hotel. When sheriff Richards seized the place for debt the License was removed from the barroom. The License says that he is privileged to sell liquors at nos. 1007 and 10w Braddock Avenue and As no. 1007 is closed by the sheriff he is operating at no. Ioos. Opo not suffer from sick headache a moment longer. It is not necessary. Cur term i it tie liver pills will cure you. Dose one Little Pill. Small Price. Small dose. Small Pill. Mrs. John r. Mcginley. Of Oak Knoll Shadyside gave a Tea yesterday afternoon to a few friends. Had ii Etter get a permit. I of marriage licenses. Last evening was filled with Hallow Cen Gal ties and Many of the Young people of the City took advantage of the i Peculiar nature of the Day to arrange a unique entertainment for the evening j the old fashioned and popular Quot Taffy pull was not forgotten and several were Given but ghost parties Fortune tellings and Shadow dances were among the novelties indulge in. Among the most pleasant halloween affairs was the party by miss Jessie Walsh of Allegheny to a club of which she is a member and which was recently formed at the Home of miss Swan of Allegheny Avenue. Among those present were miss Jeanette Swan Emma Lindsay Annie Waddell Bessie holy land Ida Gui Bessie Stevenson Margaret Gordon miss Degelman miss Armstrong and messes. Mccullough Morris Clarence Stevenson Roy Lindsay Gibbs Degelman and Cartwright. Another entertainment esp Mclauy suited to the character of the Day was at the Home of or. Nicholas of Oakmont the invitations for this affair were noticed some weeks ago for their amusing Char Acier which represented the event As a a pow wow Quot and were couched in Indian terms speaking of the Home of the boat As the wigwam of rain in the face Nichols. Mina Fannie Agnew of Sewickley also contributed to the general merriment by a most enjoyable Taffy pull and miss Martha to Neil of Allegheny gave a regular old fashioned country halloween party where charms were tried apples nuts and Stuffy consumed in enormous quantities and prediction for the year made with great solemnity. Miss lj3e Boardman. Of Ridge Avenue. Allegheny gave a delightful Little affair at her pretty Home which was thoroughly enjoyed by All the guests and altogether the evening was not in the least lacking in the proper observation. Football frocks. La preparation for the onlookers in the Annie to come. The interest in outdoor sports is still Lively and will continue to be until somebody plays football with somebody on thanksgiving Day. The Yale boys seem determined to eat their Turkey and pumpkin pie in the Good old fashioned Way without any distractions in the shape of broken Collor Bones and twisted Knees. This might give Harvard a Chance of she Only had men enough left to make up a team. At any rate the girls Are beginning to plan their dresses with a View to the College colors. I know one Rosy cheeked it is a readily understood trait in a Good lawyer not to give an opinion off Anni . The Home of mrs. James Anderson of Fremont Street presented a Gay an Tearence yesterday afternoon and the rooms Given up to the display of articles for the children s Bazaar for the Benefit of the Allegheny Day Nursery were so Bright and attractive that the visitors expressed great admiration of the efforts of the Little ones. Fancy work of ail kit is a a frets was mid. Some Beautiful Tat Arf were shown and j i n wait to w for Pur lasers. Other talc Les of household adornment were it if ii including a Large number of flusher some of which were worked the Little managers themselves try bits were displayed on Long it and the other things sold were be arranged in alluring style. Lem Candy cake and ice Cream were by Dainty Little aids in pretty with tiny White aprons and Caps. Elaborately dressed was raffled the close of the afternoon. To it it a ice Art. O were not want i a place of Honor equal to tried by the be department Irahet Allen and Emma disposer of Candy in pretty Las Gertrude Mccormack had of the lemonade Booth which a had the conventional touch of yellow i Long. And found Over the top of the Arm in its draperies the Little girls who j in Good old Fath iced style. The Cape lets Are of vein to edged with fur. The arg in Gray cloth. Auburn haired Lassie who is going to Wear Cornflower Blue of a deep Shade when Yale plays. Quot that a Clos enough to their color Quot she says Quot and very becoming and of course that is the main it would be an interesting psychological problem to Analyse the effect of in emblematic color upon ones feelings. How our hearts thrill at the sight of the red White and Blue of our native land watch the Harvard men when the Crimson ask is raised or the Princeton Swain when he sees the colors of old Nassau tied in with the lace and finery that his sweetheart wears. Speaking of football reminds me that there Are some rapidly developing giants in the West who will before Many years Rou by. Be seeding a Challenge to the champions of hic East to play the game with them. The gowns that Are in the thanksgiving game _ matter Jpn course on it try. As Cauch ase Turkey or cranberries we \ eat. The one shown above is partly dress Ani partly wrap. It is very warm. Being of the heaviest cloth because f football games Are always cold. The shoulders a Cut very have been working hard for several weeks for this entertainment did not incur a cent of expense As All the necessities were donated so All the pro it. Eds were Clear profit and it will amount to quite a satisfactory sum. Master Park Miller made an efficient doorkeeper. The Keystone bicycle club took a prominent part in the festivities of list evening and the pretty club House was the scene of a most enjoyable gathering of members and friends. All the time honoured customs of the night of witches were observed and the refreshments partook of the same character. Being apples nuts Taffy and like edibles. Some thrilling stories were toll by venturesome members and not a few charms for revealing the future were tried. Garment is embroidered Down the front and fastens diagonally to the Waist whence it hangs Loose and folds Hack to the Bottom which is edged with fur. The neck is adorned with Stock Collar and buckle but in place of the usual rosettes two Ostrich tips Are set in on each Side. Public expenses. I a re thursday and Friday of this week there will be an exhibit and Sale of Handiwork from the women s Exchange Buffalo n. A at hotel Anderson from 9 to 6. Miss Grace care Sheldon Well known in literary and social circles Here will be in charge. She has Beer. Instrumental in establishing the Exchange and in helping it maintain its popularity. The work displayed will include All kinds of needlework begun and finished and also some Dainty Art novelties. The exhibition of work made on tuesday and yesterday by the pupils of mrs. C. L. Lake at the decorative Art rooms. Fifth Avenue was greatly appreciated by the guests who attended and As quite a Large number of cards were issued there were Many visitors. The exquisite pieces shown attracted the admiration of All and a great Many compliments were paid the teacher who can develop such taste and skill in those under her care. The annual gathering of the needlework Guild will take place at the third presbyterian Church sixth Avenue on tuesday. November 13. The Guild asks but two new articles of clothing or bed Linen and the need is so great this Winter that the ladies Hope that the contributions will he general. Everyone can give a Little and every Little helps. The annual election of officers will take place on the same Day. A general reception will be Beld tomorrow evening at Ute rooms of the y. W. C. A. On fourth Street. The occasion is the opening of the building containing the gymnasium and the cooking school both of which features have attracted attention from the prominent women interested in the Good of the members. The receptive will be quits an interesting event. Or. And mrs. R. L. Dudley of Hill Avenue Wilkinsburg gave a halloween party Lait evening which was thoroughly enjoyed by a Large number of guests. It has become an annual affair for mrs. Dudley to entertain on this Date so the affair was eagerly anticipated by her guests who silent the evening in genuine halloween amusements. A regulation halloween party was Given by the ladies of St. Stephen s episcopal Church Wilkinsburg for the Benefit of several charges which the ladies have in charge. The Hall of the Mawhinney building which was used was decorated with grotesque pumpkin Heads and several tables were filled with refreshments suitable for the evening. The annual halloween reception Given by the caledonian society of Allegheny took place at the Parlours on Federal treet. A Large number of guests at the entertainment and Many out Der and that they should largely it cd need. To the editor of the Post Quot do unto ethers As you would like others do to you a is a Maxim which will apply equally to the City a employees As will As Between Man and Man. Do the employees of the City of Pittsburg carry out this Maxim in the government of the City alas no in these time of depression is it fair is it right that the employees should draw larger salaries than the employers in this respect the a cart is before the should not the salaries of the City and county he diminished thus relieving the taxation of the employees i think yes by All Means. Every labourer is worthy of his hire and this Means no More should be paid one employee than would be paid another who would do the work equally Well and satisfactorily. Could not the delinquent taxes be collected cheaper than they Are would a business firm such an exorbitant Price for doing the name work is not an exorbitant Price for doing the same duty let us in the government of Pittsburg Cut Down expenses like any Wise business firm would do and does during these times of depression. There ought also to be a pruning of salaries in the county a employees. I want to say of the taxes of the City of Pittsburg Are not diminished there will go up a great howling of taxpayers next year. These remarks will apply also to the City of Allegheny. A taxpayer. Miss Thompsons marriage. A a the sex Cong re in and nmn ugh ter wedded to . Leonard lint i. Washington oct. 31.�?Secretary Carlisles handsome residence on k Street was the scene to Day of the most Brilliant society event of the fall season the marriage of miss Mattie Thompson of Kentucky and or. William Leonard Davis. Of Colorado. Miss Thompson is the daughter of colonel Philip b. Thompson a prominent kentuckian and sex member of Congress and or. Davis who was for several years vice president of the new York Quot world publishing company has extensive mining interests in Colorado to which he devotes his time. The ceremony took place at noon. The service that of the episcopal Church was led by Rev. Or. Mackay Smith Rector of St. John s Church. Only members of the two families Carlisles and a few intimate friends were present. Of a a a a planned death for Aii. Merrill wi., oct. 31, murder and express robbery was the motive that inspired the recent train wrecking on the Quot Soo Quot Road. Two men charged with the murder of the Man who lost his life by their work were Given a preliminary hearing Here to Day and were held for trial. One of the prisoners has confessed. The robbers planned a wreck which would kill Evert person on the train. A a a to killed his Little brother. Charles of Neil aged i died at mercy Hospital yesterday from injuries received while he and his brother Robert. Aged la were scuffling in the Yard of St. Bridget a school a ast Friday for Possession of a knife. Hand for newspaper publication upon algal Point he has not thoroughly investigated but concerning the apparent absence of any statutory requirement of a marriage License the dominating i idea among them is that the Issue made by Wiliam Reardon in the Mcguirk Case is Correct and that the legislature of 1893 in its attempt to Amend the License of Issi so bungled the matter. That not until october i 1396, is there necessity for obtaining a marriage License. But at the threshold it May be better to add the general advice of All attorneys that expectant brides should demand a License and not tolerate too economical grooms nor enter into so sacred a relationship with any precarious ignoring of All formalities and publicity. There might be a difference in the morning. Only a the Post a the Quot Only Quot seems to have correctly announced what the legislative error was. It was not the mistaken transcription of a 1896 a for "1893,�?� but of Imp for 1886.�?� the year �?o1893�?� has nothing to do with the Case. The Constitution prescribes that when a Law is amended in Ole new both the amended Law and the Law As it is to read after amendment Are to be set Forth. Now the legislature in 1893, in endeavouring to Amend the marriage License of 1886. Which set Forth that a on and after october l 1886,�?� such procedure ., should be in Force did reproduce this original and then provided that it a should read As follows a . It was this second repetition of the of 1885 to which the real amendment was attached and in this second repetition of the unamended portion that the Date Quot october l 1886,�?� a not correctly copied and "1895�?� written in lieu thereof. Thus it was that the of 1886 disappeared from the statutes and the new was engrafted made to be become operative in 1896. It was clearly the legislative intent to cause no interregnum whatever in the marriage License regulations but Only to add to them. That the Blunder was not the change of 1893 to 1s95 is evident from the fact that the amendatory a approved May l 1893. Had the legislature intended to create any hiatus in marriage License Laws it is just As reasonable to assume that it Buhl have established one lasting until october 1895, As to have made one Between May i and october i 1893. Which it manifestly did. If 1896 was intended for 1893. It has been stated that the Point made by or. Reardon will not come before judge Magee is James Mcguirk was acquitted in the Case where this was interposed. It is True that Mcguirk was acquitted on the charge of perjury in stating falsely the age of his affianced wife when he applied for a License but the jury found that be should the costs. To the Layman it seems queer that a Man acquitted of a criminal charge should yet have to the court costs of the acquittal. But Quot Pennsylvania Law Quot bestows the Power upon a jury to thus impose Costa upon an innocent Man when the accusation is a Misdemeanour. And furthermore though perjury nearly All Over the civilised world is a felony that is an offence punishable by Penitentiary imprisonment in this state perjury in reference to a marriage License is a Misdemeanour though the maximum penalty is five years in the Penitentiary. It was herein the jury found authority to make Mcguirk for acquitting him of overstating the age of the woman he married. Or. Reardon will on saturday argue before judge Magee on motion in arrest of judgment to save his client from payment of the adjudged costs and then this entire question of the present existence of a marriage License Law will confront the court. He will contend that there never existed any offence that the indictment should never have been found or at Best quashed and hence All accumulated costs Are in illegal imposition or. The acquitted person. Attorney Reardon claims no Especial credit for the plea he entered in the Mcguirk trial. He found it in Purden s digest. The general View of the barristers is that the statesmen at Harrisburg blundered and whether the enrolling or engrossing clerk made the mistake or As in duty hound merely copied what some Wise legislator introduced is unanswered. Not Ani Ordinary bargain these. They re the exceptional kind that have to be come Quick for. Ladies fleeced Cotton ribbed vests and drawers were50c, now. Children s handsome Wool and whits heavy underwear were 85c and 40c, now. Pittsburg Allegheny Bason Ufi Pittsburg Rachel Marcu Pittsburg Noble j. Trimble. Edyth Chapman. James g. Tower. Lilly a. Hoskins. Joseph aug Lien a ugh Pauline men Rick. Frank Collins. Mall. Ryan. We. J. Jones. Katie Adler. John Quot Wolotka. Mary Mahaj. Joseph Valentine. Marie Mourier. I we. L. Phillips. I Annie m Lange. Michael in Hoff. J Lena Wagner. Charles Stewart Mckeesport Mckeesport Pittsburg Pittsburg Allegheny Allegheny Harrison twp Harrison twp Franklin twp Franklin twp reining station relying station. Tarentum Tarentum Pittsburg. Pittsburg Allegheny Allegheny Pittsburg Katie Conro Pittsburg Abner b. Etta m. Mcclai Nenon Valley John Clara Mille Allegheny Michael Lizzie Dow Allegheny Julius Jene. Pittsburg Clara Edgar Ida Sharpsburg Uriah Dollie s. 0 buy and try Harvins you la be surprised to find Hon Nice they Are finely Flavoured delicate and so nutritious. Order from your grocer. Ra1lro Idi. October Oyster Cracke r Harvins Oyster crackers and Cracker meal died. his residence no. 30 Arch Street Allegheny City on wednesday evening. Octola Ersi ism. At 7 of clock John Herdman in his ?9th year. Notice of funeral hereafter. O Hani Lnu on wednesday october is. Ism. At 2 p. In. James of Hanlon in his 82nd year. Funeral from the residence of his son in Law t. D. Casey esq., 138 Sheffield Street Allegheny on Friday november 2, at 9 38 a. In. Services at St. Peter s Church at to a. In. Rami Lton wednesday october 81, ism at it p. In. Anna c., wife of in in. R. Hamilton in the 81st year of her age. Funeral services will be held at 208 Sandusky Street. Allegheny City thursday november i at j of clock p. In. Interment private. Gorgon a on wednesday october is. I a at his residence. Edgewood station Pennsylvania Railroad. Alexander Gordon in bus 82nd year. Notice of funeral hereafter. Diks it on tuesday october 30, 1894, St noon Mary Misset aged 20 years. Funeral from the parents residence. No. 13 West Market Street Allegheny on thursday november i St 2 p. In. Friends of the family Are respectfully invited to attend. Haines on tuesday october 30, 1894. At 8 3 1 a. Rn., Hattie Haines aged la years. Services at the family residence f>978 Center Avenue. East end on thursday november i at 2 30 p. In. Friends of the family Are respectfully invited to attend. Harry tuesday october 30, 1894. At 12 of clock noon George j. Harr youngest son of James and Lizzie Harr husband of Lottie Stevenson. Funeral from father s residence no. 214 Biddie Avenue Wilkinsburg. Thursday november i at 2 p. In. Leopold on tuesday october 80. 1894, at 15 a. Rn., Simon Leopold in his nth year. Funeral services will take place t i the residence of his Only son George Leopold Iso Lacock Street. Allegheny on thursday november i. At 2 30 p. In. Carriages will leave the office of Beinhauer 630 Grant Street at My Custock amp co. Destiny defies Duer. Baglin mex in Pii orifice we make astonishing reductions in Price. Below we give a few examples of these reductions Viz sacrificing goods from our carpet department will now also by used As an outlet for a riffing goods from our curtain and upholstery depart ment. Having separated these goods from our regular upholstery Stevens Point. Wig., and Chicago papers Stock and being determined to please copy Quot them out quickly at any Oates on tuesday. October 30, 1894, at 3 a. In., Alfred Oates hun hand of Elisabeth Cates aged 43 years. Funeral on thursday. November i at 2 p. Rn., from his late residence fourth Avenue Homestead a. Pachter on monday. October 29, 1894, a1 12 15 a. In. Rev. I. R. Pachter in his 44th year. Jet funeral services at the family residence no. 6724 Ellsworth Avenue. East end on thursday november i. At 9 a. In. Omit Flowers. New Haven conn., and Philadelphia pa., papers please copy Rodgers on tuesday october 39, 1894, at 9 a. In. William Rodgers. Funeral on thursday november i at 2 p. Rn., from residence no. 58 kidney Street Southside. A Youngstown o., papers please copy Pachter on monday october 29, 1894, at 12 15 a. In. Rev. I. Pachter in his 64th year. Funeral services at the family residence no. 5.24 Ellsworth Avenue East end. On thursday november i. At to a. In. Omit Flowers. New Haven conn., and Philadelphia pa., papers please copy Harry tuesday. October 30, 1894, at 12 of clock noon George j. Harr youngest son of James and Lizzie Harr husband of Lottie Stevenson. Funeral from father s residence 314 Biddle Avenue Wilkinsburg on thursday november i at 2 p. In. Basement. Stair to basement Are just in Side our fifth Avenue we wish to Call attention to a new feature of our bargain Annex via curtains it was believed by Napoleon Bonaparte that he was intended for great deeds and he shaped his life accordingly. And Are in great demand and justly so for they Are the beat and purest goods on the Market today. Marvins self Kaising Pancake flour Marvin s self raising buckwheat flour make elegant hotcakes Royal fruit biscuit Graham crackers. Mam. Pim. Pennsylvania Railroad. In effect 6 p. Rn., september 30. 1894. Train to 111 leave i Aion station Pittsburgh. A follow Eastern Standard time main Liaw Kast it mid. Pennsylvania limited of Pullman Vestibule cars Dally Ai 7 la a. In., arriving at Harrisburg at i 36 p. In. In a blvd. L Whitt 4 17 p. Rn., new York p. Rn., Baltimore 4 20 p. In. Washington 6 45 Atlantic depress Dally St 2 40 a. Rn., arriving of Harrisburg 9 30 a. In., 1�?Thlla no a i a 12 17 be Leniu 12 17 i it. Baltimore 3 of p. In. Sundays Washington 4 29 Burg. S., new York 2 33 p. Rn., week Days 1 66 Phi no toil 4 39 p. In. Week Days 3 10 p. In. Sundays. Altoona accommodation Dally Excel sunday 6 25 a. In. Day express Dally at 1 00 a. Rn., arriving at Harrisburg 3 20 p. In Philadelphia so p. Rn., new Yor it p. In. Baltimore 6 45 p in Washington 7 50 p. In. Mall train sunday Only 9 49 a in., arrives Harrisburg 7.00 p. Rn., Philadelphia 11 18 p. Mail express Dally at 1 00 p. Rn., arriving at Harrisburg 10 20 p. I Hll Adelphia express Dally at 4 30 p. M., arriving at Harrisburg Loo a in. Philadelphia 4 30 a. In and new Yolk to a in. Eastern express it 1 00 p. In. Dally arriving Harrisburg ? to a. In. Philadelphia set a a rn., and new York 7 43 a. In. Fast line Dally it 8 10 p. Rn., arriving at Harrisburg 3 30 a. Rn., Philadelphia 4 60 a. Inner York a. I Baltimore #20 s. Rn., Washington 7 i a. In. Johnstown accommodation except sunday 3 30 a m. Greensburg accommodation 6 15 and 11 20 p. In. Week Tyr. 10 30 p. Sundays. Blairsville express 10 46 p. Rn., except humbly. For Wall 6zb, sos s an 7 a. 9 00, 10 00, 10 46, 11 00 a. In. 12km, Loo 2 19. 30, 4 10, 4 25, 4 40. Alk 6<>0, 6 40, 7 30. 8 20, 9 25, 1120 p rn., l to night weekday sunday 8 40, to Ort a rn., 12 26, Loo 2.ro, 4 30. Ojo. 7.30. 9 so. 10 80 p. For Wilkinsburg 6 25. I of 6 so 0 31 6 50, 7 20. 7.50, s.35. A to umm 10 45, Hajj a a rn., Lief Loo. 1 30. 210. 3 .0. I i 4 10, 4 25, 4 40, 5 Ort 5. Ii 6 30.5 45, 6 00. 0 20, 6.40, i my a 8 25, to 11 1b p. In. 12 10 night week Days sunday 6 a Soo 5 40, a. In. 12.25, Loo 2.30. 4 80. 6 30, 7 20, 9.s0, 10 30 p. In. For Braddock 6 25. 4 00. 20, 3 35, a e0. 7 20, 7 60, 8 00, 8 35, 9 00, 10 00, to 46, 11 00 a rn., 12 06, Loo 1 30. 2 to. 2 50. 3 50, 4 10, 4 25, 4 30, 4 40. 5 if. Mf., 6 30. 6 46, 5 00, 6 30, 6 40, 7 30, 0 20. 9 2. 10 20. In p. Ip., 12 10 night week Days. Sunday 6 30. 8 00. 8 to. 10 00 a. In. 12 25. Loo. 2 30, 4 30, 6 30. 7 ?0, 9 30. 10 30 p. In. Mil that St 01% railway. For Uniontown. 6 25, 8 35 a rn., 1 00 and 4 25 p. In. Week Days. To it s Uata i a 11.1. A Divis Ion. On and after 12 of p. In. November 19, Imi. For West Brownsville and Uniontown 10 40 a. In for Halle Vernon and West Brownsville 7.35 and 10 40 a. Rn., and i of p. In. On sunday 8 58 a. In. And Loi p. In. For Belle Vernon Only. 4 30 and 9.40 p. 8 urn i ays. For Monongahela City Dravosburg and West Elizabeth. 6 00, 7 35, 8 to 10 40 a. Rn., 1 01, 6 00, 6 55 and 11 35 p. In. Week Days. Sunday 1 55 a. Rn., 1 01, 4 30 and 9 40 p. In Dravosburg Only 12 06 noon and 3 28 p in week Day West Elizabeth Only. 4 15, 0 30 and 9 00 p. To St Penis Xiv a i a Fiey Siloy. In effect 12 of it a. Rn., november 20. 1833. From Federal Street station Allegheny City for Springdale we a Daya. 0 30, 8 38, 0 15, in 40, i lob a. In. 1 30, 2 20. 4 00, 5 00. 6 40, 6 to 6 20, 8 20, 10 30 and 1.1 50 a. In. Sundays 12 35 and 9 30 p. For Butler week Days 1 56. 4.125. 10 40 a rn., 3 15 and 0 10 p. In. For Freeport week Days 111, 1 25, 10 40 a. In. 3 16, 4 00, 6.00, 8 20, 10 30 Ana Idso p. In. Sunday 12 35 and 0 30 p. In. For Apollo week Days 10.40 a a in. And 6 of p. For Paulton and week Days 0 55 a. In. 3 15 and 10 30 p. In. The Excelsior baggage express ctr Fiany will Call for Ami Check baggage rom hotels and residence. Time card and full information can be obtained at the ticket offices no. Ill fifth Avenue Corner fourth Avenue and try Street and Union station. 8. Prevost. J. R Wood. Gen manager men l to arse a at o�30 tvs 3l Bay k Eri Ard Bro res. Goods our bargain heretofore has Annex which been used for d j. Boyle. Undertaker and embalmer 100 and Joe Webster Ava. Telephone 77 nose of or Sadler create exclusively All diseases defects and deformities of Ste. Ear nobs and Throat. 8rtctxci.ee adjusts Auric Ciai. It i a reran. All critical oases cared for at Hie own dome. Satisfaction guaranteed As represented in ovary Case. Office Sot Penn a v end. Pittsburgh. A. Chenille curtains Worth $12.00, reduced to 85.00. Worth $13.50, reduced to $7,50. Lace curtains frolic 95c to $3 per pair. Nottingham 4 Yards Long at $3 per pair. Odd pairs of Lake curtain reduced to less than half Price. Chenille 6.4 table covers Best Quality 75c to $1 each. Tapestry 6-4 table covers at $1.50, regular Price $3. China Silks at 50c per cd reduced from $1. Madras cloth Worth 50o, 75c and $1 per cd All at 25c per Yard. Batiste or coloured Muslin Worth 40c to 60c per Yard All at 25c per Yard. Tills of forint Are Corajo at half Price. Bor a red Wool drawer were i now. Bargains a lot of buttons 25c 20c 50c fur trimmings at 25c a Yard formerly $1.00. Coloured Gimps at 5c a card Worth formerly 50c to $1,50 a Doz. Narrow braid trimming All dark shades at in a Yard. Nice for children a dresses. 435�?Market St �?437 Dew. Goods. Sterling Silver Cut Glass and Fine Art goods for fall weddings. All new and . Call and see them. Sheafer i Lloyd. Jewellers most All shades narrow Width Ioc a Yard. Reduced from prices ranging from 25c to i. Hundreds of other bargains in trimmings. You can see when you come in. 33 fifth ave., m i remarkable career As a Soldier has no equal in history and the Pittsburgh Post is confident that the publication of a serial account of the deeds of the conqueror of Europe will to of absorbing interest especially at this time when a new Napoleonic Era has come and All the world is Reading about tile Little corsican. On monday november 5. A the Pittsburgh Post will print the first instalment of a splendid article try Montgomery g. Gibbs dealing with the remarkable campaigns of the great general. It will be entitled military career or Napoleon the great t and will run Dally until completed. Everyone should read about the Man who Rose to an Imperial throne from the most Humble circumstances. Remember the Date monday november 5, Aud the paper the Pittsburgh Post. You must not miss it. Henry Sproul amp co., connected by private wire with Ladenburg Thalman a co. And Dick Bros. A Lawrance of Yew \ Ork Sud p. G. Logan a co., and Crawford a Valentine of Chicago. Oos of i Suka pc s. Co. Insure with the Western insurance of in ii Burah. A. Assets january l 18925433,886 90 Granite building 411 Wood Street. Directors Charles j. Clarke. Edwin h. Stowe h. Seller Mckee j. A. Mcdevitt a n. Frew L. Magee we. R. Holmes p. Harvey Miller Cha. A. Painter we. B. Wolfe David p. Black. Alexander Nimick president. John b Jackson vice president we. P. Herbert. Secretary. John d. Armstrong amp Elk stocks Bonds and Grain 46 sixth str66t. Cledit a curable him is Pittsburgh eat a Liy had 1873. Geo. Irwin is co exclusively in Grain futures private wires to Chicago and Mew tora. Boom 4<j4 Verguson building j a 13-t Tesu in 104 fourth Ava pin a iv41 41,. G Cor. Wood and Diamond its. Kyj of avg Adela isl Rautie co., no. 96 fourth Avenue Pittsburgh. Cash capital 0175,000. William a. Caldwell. President George a. Berry vice president directors we. A. Caldwell. Clifford d. Claney George a. Berry. Charles h. Shinkle Geo. W. Dilworth. A. D. Smith Charles Atwell Nathaniel Holmes James a. Mcdevitt h. L. Mason Charles ii. Spang John Caldwell jr., j. W. Dalzell r. 8. Smith. John g. Stevenson. John h. Claney Secretary. Artisans insurance company fire and Marine. Pittsburgh. A. Directors a. Garrison. Jas. B. D. Meeds Albert j. Barr e. A. Myers d. Mckee John Moorhead jr., e. In Smith. J. J Donnell a. L. Bailey we. A. Dunlap Sullivan Johnson h. H. Smith. Albert j. Barr president. Sullivan Johnson vice pre Dent Charles p. Smith Secretary. Pittsburgh. 0026- of oc27-tts s7 fifth Avenue. amp Ward 41 fifth Avenue. Oc59-u honest treatment or. Amos and a staff of Able assistants. Office 173 third ave. Success after All others fall in the treatment of All nervous chronic and private diseases such As loss of vigor Youthful indiscretion or excesses blood Poison. General debility loss of memory and ail special diseases caused by imprudence or inheritance. Or Amos is the Only specialist Able to cure even after others have failed. Young men who Are suffering from Youthful errors and those contemplating marriage should consult him at once Ani avoid unhappy marriages. All cases receive personal care and All cases confidential. Cases treated by correspondence if unable to Call at the office. All curable cases guaranteed. In 6. Fraser a architect a eighth by Pittsburgh to. Pal. The Atlantic refining co. Pittsburgh department. Branch offices Wheeling w va., Cumberland my. Altoona pa., Harrisburg pa., Hagerstown md., Frederick. Md., Johnstown pa., capital City Oil co. Harrisburg a. We respectfully Nail attention to our facilities for supplying the Domestic Trade with All products Petroleum including lubricating oils illuminating oils naphtha gasoline paraffin Oil paraffin Wax Greise. Deposits of one Dollar and upward received and interest paid thereon commencing on the 1st and 15th of each month and payable Semi annually on the first Days of january Ani july. If not drawn the interest is added to the principal. Jos. a. E. a. E. Nieman Secretary ii. Vav. George . directors Jos. Abel j. F. Havekotte a. Groetzinger we. Neeb Peter Kell ii. H. Neimann. A. E. A scoop l. A. Meyran a. E. Neimann. Open daily from 9 a. In. To 4 p. Rn., and on saturdays from 9 a. In. To spin. N. Holmes amp sons Bankers 309 Market Street banking trains Eon by Neutral to meat it Sausen to try or Columbu a 4 cd Cage i to am it no and Cincinnati i if am Indianapolis and St. Lent l is am tan Petit and St. Dui. Transact a general business. Laue letters it credit to travellers. To. 45 fifth Avenue. Capital8500,Ogo is k i i30�, discount daily. Account a elicited. John Caldwelljr. President Joshua Rhodes. Vice president w. Montgomery cashier. We Especial attention to the Quality of All products offered for the Home Trade. Our list of illuminating oils naphtha and gasoline is Complete and we can Supply the Trade with All grades required for Pittsburgh and tributary territory. We have the finest grades of filtered Cylinder stocks Fiest National Bai no in i Hod a. Ca pit a i. 750,009 . Soy too Alexander Nimick president Chaa so Speer John d f. Skelding asst. Cashier Alliance Ane Crestline. Valliant and Cleveland Wellsville and Belsire. F Wath Agten. Penn i Amienee and Cleveland a Mansfield and Lole St fart be and Chicago new cast and Youngstown and Ashtabula alumnus and Cine Natl. Indianapolis and St. Louis Washington. Penn Wellsburg and i. Columbus and Chicago.�?12 new Castle and Jamestown if Youngstown and Ashtabula to Canion and Crestline Mansfield and Alliance and we Fville and Bellair f Washington Penn a i Washington. Penn anew Castle and Erie i Teung Stern Ann Niles. Wellsburg and Wheeling. A Wellsville and Bellaire. Washington. Penn Quot Washington. Pen fort Wayne and Chicago. Columbus and Cincinnati. Dayton and indians Poos. 8 Mansfield and Toledo 8 fort Wayne and Chicago. 8 Alliance and Cleveland. La i Columbus and Piqua. �?.11 Indianapolis and St. Lout .11 l 0auy. Tis. Sunday St. Monday. Pullman sleeping Caw and Pullman dining cans run through East and wast on principal trains. Local so Carina Cana running to Columbus Cincinnati. Indianapolis. Cleveland and Taledo ars ready or occupancy at pm Burgh Union station at 9 o clock p. Rn., City Tiloi. Time tables of accommodation trains not mentioned above Cen be Eviat Ltd at 110 fifth Avenue and Union station Pittsburgh and at principal ticket offices of the Pennsylvania Lints West of Pittsburgh. Joseph Wood a. A. Ford boar i of Quot Harar unreal pm mfr amt Pitt bomb and Laie Erse Railroad schedule in effect j us 17,1m94. Hal i Ink. I i it up a it j a naive Quot Ohio. And c lev. A flyer Quot. A 7 of am1 6.15 pm a a no St Naud cd lev. Hail a kill bin Arn Lake Chau. Fast line if 12.26 pm i 4 2 pm Lake Chiru. Fast line. ? h.3o am. Ii ii Halo and Erie sex f 8.80 Arn of 9.00 pm Kiev. And Chic. Express 1.49 pm 12 30 pm Buff. Clev. A Olio. a 4.4> pm a 6.95 pm Buffalo a Cleveland sex. Ji#.2s pm 6.3 am Beaver rails Conin. Heaver fulls a com. Beaver Falls account. Now Castle express. F 6.55 am f i. Be pm t 6.29 pm f 3.30 pm railroads. Baltimore a Ohio r. In and Fitts. Burgh a Western r y. Schedule in effect May 20, 1994. Leave b. A Station Eastern time. For Washington d. Cd Baltimore Philadelphia and new York 7.20 a in 9.20 p in. Cumberland. 4.49, 7.20 a in Ilio 9.20 p in. Connellsville 040. 7.20 a in 11. In 4.80.t4.45, 10,4,89, address All letters to or. Amos 173 third ave., Pittsburgh Btu office hours it a. In. To 9 p. In. Myrt Ursu in cold pressed paraffin Olla cold teat gaming and Block oils Greaves . Our Trade Mark Oil among which we note capital Cylinder. Eldorado engine and Atlantic red engine Are Standard for Quality everywhere. Sample and Price on application. When More convenient you May order from any of our branches from which Points do a liveries will be made. 15,30,8.29 p in. ,7.2ua in. I i sir p in. Uniontown Morgantown and Fairmont 7.20 a in and pc p in. My pleasant 100, j7 20 a in Ali and 14.30 p in. Washington pm. 7.40. F0o9 and j9.39 a in 4.09 14.45 and 050 p by. Wheeling 7.40, j9.30 a in and 4.90, 050 p in. Cincinnati by. 1.0uis, Columbus and new arc 7.40 a in 050 p no. For Chicago 3.15 and 05 o in. Parlor and sleeping cars to bal Lgaore Washington Cincinnati and Chicago. Leave p. A w. Station Allegheny Cen Trai time. For Butler jk.30, 7.29, j9.30 a in i 12.25, 14.25, 15.lp i. B. A. Depot 2.16 p Winter a. I it r now Castle. 7.20 a in ii 25, 13. Lip i h a Iyih in �?�040 am 7.40 am a s. 20 am 9.00 am to 1.95 am t12.85 pm a 3.00 pm 4.05 pm i 4.00 i 6 05 Pui 5.20 Ara t 2.05 pm t pm t 7.39 am me. B. A Depot 2.14 p in. For by Adlord j7.20 a in. For Clarion 17.20 a in. 12.25 pm. B. A Depot ills p in. For Foxburg 17.50 a in j4.2 p m. A a Depot to 15 p in. For Buffalo 17.30 a in. For Erie. Meadville 17.20 a in. For Green Ville Mercer and Meadville. 17.29 a in j 2.25 no. B. A Depot 2.15 n in. For Aaron. J7.20 a in 12.25 pm. B. A Depot 2.16, 7.55 p in. The Pittsburgh Transfer company Call for an t Check baggage rom hotels the Atlantic refining co. 8.d residences upon orders left at b. A A t int be. Rill Hiu do. Tic Iet Ollice earner Lith and Cor. Duquesne Way Aud digit to St., Wood Street and 010 Smithfield Street. 1 xnyl9-tf Pittsburgh. A. Except sunday. Tsu Mlay Only. J Mcky spot a Belleve a n Mcky spot a new Haven. Mcky spot a Belle Verne a Wick spot a new hot Vii trains depart for Elwood City fatso a rn., tl2 �?~25 p. Rn., of 3� p. Pc. A y. To Aln for and Beechmont f 7 to. Fio Joo a. Rn., f s 4s p. In. Additional ire in for Coraopolis at i to i a. In. Daily. T Dally except sunday. Sunday Only. And Tel Nae a. In. And 4 79 p. In. Trains on sunday to Youngstown Only. Sleeping oars on night trains ready at p. In. Parlor and sleeping ears on All through trains. City ticket office 67 fifth Avenue. G. Beach. L. A. Robison general supt. Gen puss. Agent. Allegheny Valley rail a taking effete May 27, js94, to Ains Lea a Union station Eastern Standard time Corry a a a in Braeburn ae., 7 1 a in Niagara et., daily 8 49 a. Rn., arriving at Buffalo 5 5 n. In Dubois and Williaman port Dally except sunday 6 49 a my car riving at Williamsport 6.41 p. In kit tan Ning a 9 55 a in Brit churn ac., i 9t p. In Titusville and Williamsport ex., i j p. In Braeburn ac., 2 amp it In. By a a Ilion a 3 55 p. In Kittanning to 5 �5 p in. Braeburn ac., 5 35 p. A Braeburn to. 0 1 p. In. Holton ac., 7 55 p. In Hildale a Lent ex., daily 9 20 p. Rn., Ameln at but Mio 7 19 a in 4 i to ton ac., 9 55 Ley lamp a ll4o p. Sunday churl trains Emlenton Jos a. Bus Kittanning 12 4 j p. 111. Braeburn 9 55 p. To. I m i Mao parlor Buffet cars on Day trains and pull Man sleeping cars on night game Between Pittsburgh and Buffalo. Trains arrive Ane depart Trow if. Y. C. A. R. Ii. U. Exchange Street depot Buffalo n. Y. David m cargo Jas. R. Anderson Gen Supe Gen pass. Agent

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