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8 THE PITTSBURGH ,JPOST: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, -1889: |
ANOTHER SENSATION IN THE
Investigation Shows It,to be Only a
FIFTH AVENUE, ITISBURGH.
Case of.. Over-Officiousness—The
End of fhe Great Murder Trial in.
CLOAKS AN D WRAPS
In view of the coming holiday sc: son we have just received an ele-
NOVEMBER «s, jagg.
gant assortment of fine Cloaks, Wraps ancl Jackets. No larger or finer
CHICAGO, Kovetnber 22.—Louis Bud4n-
bender, the witness in the Cionin case,
assortment has ever been shown in the city. We have all prices from a THIS WILL BE A
who is from Hoboken, N. J., who yester- BEST IN THE CITY. Jacket at $2 to the finest Alaska SeAlski i at $225.
day testified tliat it was not a white horse For $5 you can buy a nice Stockinette or Beaver Cloth Jacket, a
which took Dr. Croniu away May 4, was We are selling' Stylish Hats at $1.35. good Newmarket or an Irish Peasant Circular.
forcibly taken in charge by Officer Lind- $1.50 and $1.75 that others sell for $2, For $10 you can buy yotir choice of many handsome styles in Jack-
$2.50 and $3. Visit us. Bargains in
ville this afternoon. "When the officer with ets, Beaver Cloth Newmarkets, Diagon al Cloth Wraps, handsome Con-
his prisoner was at the corner of Clark and BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S HATS. nemaras, tight-fitting Plush Jackets; and other handsome garments.
Michigan, streets, going to the State's at- For $15 fine imported Berlin Jac cets, handsomely gotten up; fine
torney's office, Mr. Qualey, one of the Plush Jackets willi revere; stylishly trimmed medium-weight Wraps, The "Boston" Turban!
counsel for the defense, and Mr, Forrest's In Oonoy Fur, 87c, OBc urnl fl -20. '
clerk ' endeavored to take the prisoner and your choice of some pretty things in Newmarkets and Connemaras. In O-rogon Seal, $2 20, $2 4o and $2 90.
For $18, $20 and $25, stylish Wrap;}, -richly trimmed; fine English' In Alaska Seal, $5, $8, $10 and $12.
away. A crowd soon collected, but the A handsome Sled FREE with every Tho above-cut, illustrates tho handdome Bos-
prisoner was safely landed in the State's Boy's or Child's Suit or Overcoat from Seal Plnph Sacques, lovely-fitting'-Seal Plush Jackets, the very finest ton Turban ..which IB decidedly now, noafc and
attorney's office. As he was ascending the $3 upward. things in Plaid, Checked, Striped and Plpn Beaver, Cloth Newmarkets, stylish; There is not tho least doubt but that it
will prove tho most popular cap of the Benson.
steps on the west side of the criminal with outer sleeves,,the outer being, velvet. Tho band is sjotncwhat higher than the old stylo
court-building, Mr. Qualey shouted to Bu- turban*. Tho top, a full oval, and its general, The following attractions will make things hum:
For $30, $35, $40, $45, a .magnifice it array of outside garments of outlines arc graceful nnd becoming. Owing: to
denbender that he would be taken care of
and to keep his mouth shut.
The matter was promptly brought;/to the
attention of Judge McConnell, where it
was developed that it Avas simply a case of
Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers
the choicest materials, beautifully trir imed and embracing the finest
novelties. Special attention is called to >ur fine English Plush Sacques,
§20, $25, $30, $85, $40, $45.
These goods we can recommend for wear; style and shape the-' very
the backwardness of the weather and our tre-
mendous stock, wo are naming prices at tho
eturt which wo expected to quote at tho close of
fche'seiison. Besides Tho, Boston we hayo the
following stylos: The Detroit, The Montreal.
Tho Alexis, The Cleveland) Tho Driving ana
A DRIVE AT MEN'S OVERCOATS.
Tho College, Dou'c fall ho see our magnificent
over-omcidusness. Tliercourt decided the
AND DEALERS IN
latest and best. stock of .Fur Gbps and Gloves. If you want an overcoat buy it here to-day. A better
matter, was riot one of contempt of court, Thousands of garments to-select froip and prices on each and every
bxit expressed the opinion, that it was an
outrage 011 the personal liberty of Buden- Ladies' Cloaks and Wraps, one of them the very lowest. R'UBEN, opportunity will never present itself.
bender to take him aa if he were a prisoner X~M A "11 Jf ~f—\ '"|""»fc ' -ii" * -»• «qp- THE 421 and 423 UNO FURNISHER,
HATTER SMl'fUFIELI) ST. Good Chinchilla-Overcoats at $6 to-day.
on a mere subpoena.
' Mrs. Paulina Hoertel, the German
woman who testified.to seeing a man enter
DIAMOND Affl SMITHFIELD STS,
CAMPBBLI & DIOK. Brown Mel ton. Overcoats, English Sack styles, at only
the Carlson cottage on the night of May 4,
and to hearing sounds of a struggle after
TO us "
What a Well-Known Pittsburgh Clergy- Imported English Box Overcoats at only $9 to-day.
lie entered, was the first witness. She-had
explained when examined by the State
that she was out on the street that night
because her husband had locked her out.
Mr. Forrest tried to-day to show that her
story was improbable or untrue, but failed.
August fialzman was next called, and said
25 50 PERCENT
A COMPLETE AND
VARIETY man Says,
. Novomhor 6, 1880.
Q-tw WA— I Have boon taking your, Chinese
Herb Remedies for nervous prOaDrlition, e|c., for
15 daya, and take pleasure In reporting my con-
dition to bo as follows: I havojfmproved very
much. My bronchial tubes arc open, my hoarse-
is gone and my nerves arc at themselves
Gorgeous Silk-lined Chinchilla Overcoats at o^ly $12-
Heavy Cassimere Storm Ulsters at $3.50 to-day.
Fine Chinchilla Heavy Flannel-lined Storm Ulsters at
REDUCTIONS MEN'S GLOTH
he helped the woman's husband put new n. 'I have been greatly benefited by ypur to-day.
locks on the doors so the keys she had medicine, and foul it to boaduty of gratitude
woiild not fit. to make this ackrioivlegrnent, Handsome Scotch Cheviot Cape Overcoats at $9.50
Itmr. G-KO. "W. MCCLIKTON.
Dr. Edmund Andrews was the next wit-- to-day.
ness. He was given a full description of Sick All Summer. '
Dr. Crbnin's body as 'taken from the sewer -ON-
A visit to Mrs. Wm. Hughes, who -resides on
Fine Scotch and- English Cape Overcoats at $12.50
manhole, and asked if he could say posi- Murphy nt., near Soho .station, elicited tho fol- to-day.
tively whether the doctor was killed. He lowlm^statouient: "I had been unwell all sum-
replied in the negative. Jacob Lowenstein
testified that enmity existed between John
C. Garrity, one of the witnesses for the
State, and the defendant, Coughlin.
The lawyers had several tilts during the
afternoon. Lynch, the distiller, was re-
ported sick, and a lawyer went to get his
FURNITURE! NOW OFFERED FOR
mer yvlth general nervous debility and bad di-
gestion, and, though I had tried several doctors,
I did riot mend am! I could not keep about and
do my work. I did not know vrtint to do and
wus real -worried, when I saw the advertisement
of Ouu Vvtt| the Chinoao physician. I wcntjto
sue him and purchased a packajr.0 of medicine
sufficient to last throe weeks, which I preparpd
ONSLAUGHT ON MEN'S SUITS.
and commenced taking. In a f<fcv days I no- See the goods and prices1 in every store in the city,
deposition, but found he had recovered
' and was down street. So the court ad-
jdurned for the day.
It is believed that Lynch's testimony
CASH OR ON CREDIT i i t
ticed an Improvement, und it was npt a week
till I wao so much better that I could do all my
own work without getting so tired out, and my
appetite Improved, too, and besides 1 could then
digest what I n.tc wlthouldis,tre£>8. I am free to
then come to us and; if we don't save you fully 25 percent
we don't expect you to purchase.' :
will practically finish the list of witnesses sity that tho Ghlneee remedies have done woh- Genuine Globe MihV Cassimere Suits £t>$5 to-day.
foi the defense. There will certainly not dors for me, utid I havo Bent several of toy
be more than one or two more. ' Fall River Mills Worsted Suite/at $6 to-day.
neighbors, to woe Gun Wa aud all have been
be ue filed.
A LINGUIST DEMANDS JUSTICE. New England Mills Cheviot Suits at $7 to-day.
A lot of genuine Sawyer Cassimere Suita at $10 to-day.
Salt Arising Prom a Translation of a German Con-
edy and Us Staging. A beautiful line 6f> fine Wide Wales,,Scotch Cheviot
CHICAGO, ^Tovejnber 22. —Frederick L. LARGE AND POPTJLAEsTABLllH|tENT; and French Diagonal Suits, warranted tailor-made, at only
Gruenwald began suit in tho supreme court $12 to-day. .: , ;
to-day against PaiilM. Potter, the author
of "The City Directory, "and J. A. Bus- Several Jots of. Custom-made Imported Dress Suits, cut
sell, the comedian. Gruenwald, who is a in, the latest shapes of Sack, Cutaway 'Frock* and Prince
linguist, alleges that Potter secured his The preparations for our ,
services to hunt among German plays Everybody is cordially invited ;t the ver Albert styles, in- the most, fashionable material, at' only $15
and find something that could be coming Holiday Bazar demand sonable prices, at which the finest ' Yourlmos to-day.
"adapted" to - the American stage. more space. To get it we are
He_,translatecl a play called in German
holding a sort of auction in our sanguine expectations will be more tban realised.
"Pech—Schultze;" and gave it to 'Potter.
The latter, he declared, accepted 1
and named it "Unlucky Jones.' Subse-
JDU JLO PT Pi
quently he handed it back to thecomplainr
ant^aying it \wa8worthless for stage pur-
What would insure a ready oclMts-tf CALL EARLY! Boys' Cassimere Suits,-'Boys? Cheviot Suits, Boys'
poses. Potter, in the, raeamvhile, Gruen- sale at auction, we have made Worsted Suits, Boys' Silk-mixed Suits, /Boys' 3-piece Suits,
\vald saysj had copied the translation, and the only limit (for our price-cut-
putting the name "The City .Directory" to Boys' 2-piece Suits, Boys'Plain Suits, Boys'Pleated Suits—a
it, had it put on the stage -with Kusaell's
.help. Gruemvald now sues for aft account-
ting. Pedigree and cost count USE .grand variety, truly, and everyone averaging 50 percent more
ing, claim ing under his original agreement for nothing in this clearance in value .than $3—our selling price to-day. £ ,; * ^ ;^
•with Potter he was, to have half the royal- sale. Our "upset prices" will
ties. . Boys' Overcoats are even better .-bargains, there being
ANOTHER BLOODY COTTAGE.
be marked1 in plain figures; and hardly any in this offering .which can be duplicated else-
"'a .Chinese pliygjtatan; .owing to
you can 'take or leave, with a existing laws ho cannot practice medicine ib where for less than $5. Chevbt, Melton and Cassimere
An Attempt to Produce a Sensation in Chicago—No America^ so he,has prepared |t, ItiUJ of Chinese
Murder This Time. free choice and without the haste herb and vegolablo spociilcs, whlcli^instead- of Overcoats—Overcoats for little and, big boys—take your ,
CHICAGO. Kovember 22.—The police and embarrassment of a real THE simply relieving syniptouiH, strike at the very
ro t <>f (ffo4'(*V aud perform cures that are choice of the entire line at only $3 to-day.
made a strange and. sickening discovery nothing; ksn than nini'V clous. A. friendly tnlk
this morning. / Directly opposite the Dear-
auction. IN THE and wnttnltati -n with GUN WA f,o*ts noth-
ing. Ho charges but rt small sum for his reme- HCg^Our* special $10 and.$20 Ladies'Fine New-
ing street station stands a cottage owned Our surplus must go. The dies, which, though gentle and harmless Uptake,
market Sale will close to-night. \
by John JPrawley. Tip to the 18th of this are certain and unerring in their effects. They
month this cottage was tenanted by John
offering includes. *t)o<xlUy cunt all blood, uorvoiw nttd ohronta
diseases. Youn^, middle-aged or old men suf-
Hughes, his wife and two children. On ).PlTT-BUKGrt.ft\; fering In secret from follies or .excesses, quickly
CHAMBER FURNITURE, restored to j^rfefitj^hifgitat'Aadnffx^tdUienlfh.
the 18th they disappeared. This morn- Gun «« f,» a frimt.d tti ffcs afffattrt. If you
ing the cottage wus broken open,
and the floor, coiling and avails
PARLOR FURNITURE, cannot call, write to .him, in perfect confidence.
Send for history of Ills llffl und his'circular on,
of three rooms were found almost liter-
ally covered with blood. In some places
on the floor the blood l had not dried and
was so thick that it could be literally
scooped up with a spoon. The blood
DINING ROOM FURNITURE,
LADIES' WRITING DESKS,
TH Caricor, Tumors, Tape ^Vonn, Jlheumatisin,
Catarrh, Female Woaknoes, Piles, or his book
on'prlvato diseased (for mqn only). Enclose 4o
stamps for reply, Ofllco hours, o to 12 A. M., 1
A H K|° \ A'/ A 040 PENN AVENUE, , FIFTH AYE AND 8MITHFIELD;:ST. .
marks are not such as would.be produced U UN WA, PITTSBURGH, PA.
in a life-and-dcath struggle, but are broad CENTER TABLES, CHIFFONIERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIIy.
smears of blood, as if spread on by a white-
wash brush. The police say that the blood
OFFICE CHAIRS, ODD CHAIRS,
was brought there and put on the walls by
enemies of Hughes.
DECORATIVE FURNITURE, ETC. ma SPEGIAL-SIUI IE CARRY THE LAKSEST,8TOCK
Koof Tries of America,
Hostettor's Stomach Bitters Is the accepted 832PBNN AVENU13, OPPOSITE LIBKA.RY
All goods strictly first quality. Novelties a es
remedy for '.dyspepsia, a malady almost na'-
tlonal among us. Whether chronic or tempo-
-OF- AND DO THE LARGEST BUSINESS
rary, this' peerless stomachic eradicates this
perplexing ailment. It removes with equal
certainty malarial complaints, constipation,
<Sc CO., B'DEPOS11 NATifflALBANK
•biliousness, 'nervousness, 'rheumatism and RQU~
ralgla. AAvineglassful thrice a 'day.
Free Ailvlcc. 33 FIFTH AVENUE. Oapital, •
6f> FOU'RTH AVENUE.
Other Undivided 'Profits,, $93,000.
In these days wl^on our papers contain
frequent accounts of robberies in different JOSEPH tVALTON, President.
parts of the city and surrounding neigh-
borhoods, it niay thnt people are debating
in their minds what to do. Experience
ATWOODi MWFREY, T. H. GIVEN, Cashtor.
This week Groctzingor will offer all Rem-
'BRASS FOUNDERS, nants of Carpels (10 to 30-yard .pieces) at 60
has shown over and over again that no
d \yellihg is secure from nocturnal visitors.
When the family is wrapt in slumber, IRON PIPE FITTERS AND MACHINISTS.
these prowlers may be helping themselves
JUST 523 WOOD'STREET.
cents otx the dollar.
AAA yards Lowell and Hastford Body
»U"\I Brussels that'are not remnants, but
full rolls which will nobbo reproduced next sea-
JOBBER WD RETAILER,
WHOLESALE HOUSE, * RETAIL STORES, -
to our valuables. Our advice to every one
is to secure protection by placing all ar-
ticles of value and all securities aud
Cameron Special Steam Pumps. .
Phosphor Bronze Foundry • for Pitts-
records in the burglar proof vaults of the burgh district.
SIXTY SECONDS. PrirltErs, <>' • Btatinnera
son; reduced from $1 50 to |jl a yard.
yards Velvet'.'Carpets, going at 80
cents a yard—same has been selling
515 and 517 WOOD STREET. 406 and 408 MARKET ST.
Safe Deposit Company of Pittsburgh, aud
in this way be free from anxious thought.
New St Louis Sleeping Car.
Beginning with to-morrow evening train
Wrought and Cast Iron Pipe.
Malleable and Cast Iron Fittings.
Brass and Iron Valves and Cocks.
Lubricators, Whistles and Tools.
Steam, Blast and Hydraulic Gauges.
One minute of your valuable time is
all we ask to convince you beyond a
doubt that you can save from 25c to 40c
BLANK BOOK' MANDFACTDRBRS,
Smyrna Russ/fcmr sizes, at $1 75, $2.
$o fib and $o, • These are special
prices just about half thair value.
AAA y« rds fi rsfc Q ujlllt y English nnd
jVUV 1 American Linolourus and Oortioine
^ENGLISH OUE OWN IMPOKTATION.
Xo. 5 of the P,s C. & St. L. Railway, on each dollar you spend, by buying at at 75c a yard. All this Fall's styles, but -the
Brass and Phosphor Bronze Castings. ,'We havo constantly on hand a full lino of pftttomi? will not appear again in the spring
leaving Pittsburgh Union Station at 9, P. Phosphor Bronze Coolers, Tuyeres and our great Closing 'Out Sale. Wo will' Couatlrg House Stationery, including every Wo sold' this-grado at$l, and it is cheap at that.
M. vvill carry a through sleeping car, Cinder Notches for blast furnaces. positively close entirely* in December. description of Pay Books, Ledgers, Journals, /» C cents a pair up, is the' way we are selling
arriving St. Louis the next evening at 7 This will require a rush, arid to, this end ete.y for office use, nnd are prepared to furnish "v our odds and ends of JUico Curtains—one-
o'clock. This affords passengers who do we have still further reduced pHces. on shor - notice PRINTING IN EVERY VA- half pair to three paiw of ft kind.
riot care to wait for the midnight train a Lamps, comprising Library, Banquet, .KIETY.' Sole agents for BURLINGTON
full- night's sleep. Piano, iVase and" all other varieties; LETTER FILES, Tho most complete and
Chandeliers and Hall Lights, .Glassware,' oQOnorn:cul Letter File in tho market, each"
BARK EXTRACT will harden the gums, File'hading 3,000 Letters and costing but 50o.
will prevent pain from the use of cold VALVES AND SUPPLIES FOR Fine Cut, Pressed and, Blown; Queens--
water. on sensitive teeth, will prevent the ware, Porcelain and China Tea, Dinner
accumulation of tartar, will prevent bleed- and Chamber Sets; Fish, Game and Ice
ing of gums.. Sold by Jos. FUSMIXG,
druggist, Market street.
-. .« » «-
PKRSOKS thinki ng of making Cti ri stmas
NATURAL » GAS. Cream Sets; Bronzes, Clocks, Gas Fix-
tures, Cuspadores and Umbrella Stands.
Bric-a-Brac, comprising all tho . re-
MYERS, SHINKLE & CO.,
\2_B_ WOOD STREEL TT8
Rolling Mills, Steel Works, Blast Fur- nowned Potteries of High Art; Onyx
presents of Photographs or fine Portraits
in Crayo-n or Colors, should give their or- naces. Coal and Coke Works and .Manu- Tables, Wedding and Anniversary .Gifts
factories . generally promptly fitted up by and an immense stock of Holiday Gifts.
GIFT- LEADS' fORLD
S JITS THE WHOLE FAMILY!
NEW, JFttESH GOODS AT THE LOWEST PKIOES IN ^HE OJTY.
Th« rest of th« McFABLAND OLD STOCK virtuftlly given away^
ders as.soon as possible.
. B. H. L.- DABBS, 602 Liberty street experienced workmen.
GINNIFF &, STEUVJERT, Succors to f
NOS; 50 to 60 T&IBD AVENUE, , 6.,
H1NKD IN ONE.
os mows. . . 13B F1EST AYENDE, ONE WOS HELflW WOOD STREET.
Salts, Peppers and Sugars.
THE J, P. SMITH Simpl , Elegant, Dur-
Wo Jiako In-
— R«MM(« In *
IV i i-KortM, »»<( r«ir*%a
fvom BRrly Ifldiio«ition8.
. . Y<-,t' «K» nrh«> tkcw,
DIAMONDS, • WATCHES,
. ,' • 't n •» i i
Beautifully decorated bisque sugar sifters I'ol 1 ini< rt
took, fnll nipt,iK»Hnn, and ufitf nmlU>4 (nf»!fd) frrr.
(egg shape), unique individual salts and
peppers in egg and tomato shapes at
SMITH'S, 93o Peun avenue.
TTPPFin ANOTl!' A SX-year old Kentucky Pure
AirT.QUAnVfl. Rye3 Whisky, only $2 35 per
gallon. Pennsylvania Puro Kyo Whiskies
from the best known distillers, from $2 to $8 per
UMP,GUISSand. ' Phy-
— £Ri£ CO., BUFFALO. N. Y.
gallon, according to age. Genuine Port Wine, STEVENS CHAIR" COMPANY, LOOSE'AND MOTJNTED.- -AMEKICAN
imported in bottles,
THTCBE is no more healthful beverage Madeira, Claret, Ehlne from Oporto; the pur-
Sherrys, 3' Sixth St.,FUt8b urgh, Pa. Tine Imported aood».'}''AUi,peBcriptIons French and American CJlooks, SUvefwara, etc,
than beer in the summer months, provided est and oldest California Wines at $1 50 per
you get, an unadulterated article. Frauen-. gallon, 5-year, old California Grape Brandy,
heirn & Vilsaok's brew is conceded to be &4 60 per gallon. No extra charge lor, boxes $r
the best in' tho ' market. Families can orders promptly for special to. A. K. Mail
-i>r<ler direct from the brewery. Telephone DEIBSSJEN, 172 Federal street, Allegheny.
935 PENN AVENUE,
BEWEEN NINTH AND TENTH STffifR
HA^IXiTON, U AND W FirrH AVB.
; • WHOLESALE
G. B, BARREJT & CO., joi - FUffTH AVB.
Seadforo«rn»w^l»n4 M*t*riftlC«it*lofae, . , ; ' , " •*-"*-
• ' '" ' i\\!~ *• ' ' ' 'f . . ' ' l • . ' '