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THE FITTSBTIKG DISPATCH, THURSDAY, MAT 2, 188.
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1ThFather of High license Slipped
Into the City ana uui Again,
WS$r x i
BDTBE DID 2MT TELL THE B0I&
?An Important Section of the EeTenue Bill
to be Uroppea.
rflO WAS THE TICTOK, QUAT OB MAGEB
intOM A ETJUT COEEESPOXDEXT.l
Haeeisbiteg, May 1. "I have just
. come from your city," said Bepresentative
Brooks, of Philadelphia, the lather of high
license, to Thk Dispatch correspondent
ibis evening. "I snppose,"he continued,
"some of the boys would have enjoyed
making it very interesting for me if they
had known I was there. I have friends in
the East End, though, and I spent my time
It maw be remembered that some time
ago llr. Pow, who just now has his name
mixed up with Senator Cooper's in some
amendments to the Brooks law, charged that
Mr. Vail, the Law and Order officer of
Philadelphia, was the real author of the
Brooks law. It is a fact that Mr. Tajlhad
a hand in the making of the law, but the
idea was Mr. Brooks'. In 1883 the latter
gentleman would have offered a high license
bill, but saw no hope for it in a Democratic
House. He tried it again in a Republican
House in 18S5 and was beaten. In 1SS7 he
brought the matter up again and the bill
Previous to bringing it up this last time
Mr. Brooks took it to Mr. Tail for the
double reason tat he is a lawyer and was
interested in just that line of reform. Mr.
Yail put the bill in shape and Mr. Brooks
wanted to pay him for his work as he would
have paid another attorney, but Mr. Vail
declined recompense. He thought it a case
is which virtue should be its own reward.
"WORSE AKD HOKE OF IT.
Two Sons Harder Their Parent to Seenro
a Valuable .Estate.
rSriCIAl TELEGRAM TO THE BISM.TCH.1
Somerset, May 1. The terrible and
mysterious tragedy in Jefferson township
yesterday grows more revolting as the facts
appear. It now seems more than probable
that the two sons of old man Sbaulis, who
was 65 years of age, and much debilitated,
deliberately conspired to put the father
and stepmother , out of the way
that they might speedily come into
possession of the estate, which is valuable.
The evidence so far adduced justifies the
conclusion that the two sons, George and
David, hanged their father deliberately,
and then David, an hour later, shot his
young stepmother through the body as she
was returning from the barn to the house.
Mrs. Shaulis is still living, and may re
One thing is certain.the father washaneed
previous to the shooting of the mother.
Early one morning about two years ago Mr.
Shaulis arrived in town'with a sack ot flour,
which he asked Dr.Bonbakerof Somerset, to
examine, saying that he believed his two
sons were endeavoring to poison himself and
wife. Altogether it is a most revolting and
PROHIBITION WHITE CAPS.
In FhH "Blair. "
Our great sacrifice sale ot men's fine suits
is now in full blast. Prices tell every time,
and those .000 men's suits we have marked
at $10 (worth really 518) are our drawing
card. These suits come in 20 different pat
terns, really high grade clothing, are silk
serge lined, cut in the latest styles of cut
aways and sacks, and can't be bought short
of 518 outside of our store. "We have too
many goods on our counters we must admit.
They have to be sold at once, if prices will
do it, and we have cut the price clean
through. Gome and get a regular $18 suit
for $10. P. C. C. O., cor. Grant and Diamond
sts., opp. the new Court House.
THE REVENUE BILL WILL PASS.
A Tronblesome Section to be Stricken Out
by the Conference Committee.
into x btxyt coreespoxde.vt.1
Hakeisbtjkg, MayL A number of the
members of the Legislature came back from
Uew York this afternoon. They left early
(o avoid the rush. It was hoped the mem
bers of the Conference Committee on the
revenue bill might be here to consider the
Senate amendments, but they were not.
The only amendment likely to give trouble
is the striking out of the feature added to
it in the House by Dr. Neff, of Fayette,
providing that interest-bearing indebted
ness might be subtracted from money at
interest in making return for taxation. An
amendment made by the Senate at Auditor
General McCamant's request will be
stricken out by the Conference Committee,
because the Auditor General thinks it will
give rise to much litigation. It.is this:
Provided also, that on returns 'made to the
Auditor General of the obligations of pnbkc
or private corporations, the residence of the
holders of such obligations shall be given, and
where not so given the holders shall be pre
sumed to be residents of Pennsylvania, and
tax shall be assessed. levied and paid on all of
said obligations in the same manner as pro
vided in cases where the holders are known to
be residents of Pennsylvania, until satisfactory
proof is furnished of residence without the
TheT Twice Demolish a Saloon and the
Owner Will Move Array.
rsrxcux txlxobam to tux dispatch.!
Findlat, May L About two months
ago White Caps paid their respects to the
saloon of John Mesamore, at Bawson,a
small village in the western part of this
county, completely demolishing everything
in the room On their departure they left a
note warning Messamore sot to resnme
business in the village, or he would be simi
larly treated, .at me time ne was in iuicu
igan. - On his .return he immediately re
sumed business at the old stand, and as a
precaution against further depredations he
placed a large, burly watchman on guard
at night, heavily armed.
The watchman was kept on duty until
about a month ago, when, fearing no further
molestation, ne was removed. .Last nigbt,
however, true to their warning, the "White
Caps reappeared and again accomplished
the demolition of the concern. Messamore
has decided to leave the place and remove
to Bowling Green.
Thousands of remnants at the sale to-mor
row; all dress lengths included.
Boogs & Buhl.
medium weight underwear
James H. Aiken & Co.,
100 Fifth ave.
Cherry Finish Baby Carriages,
Fine, bright, glased surface; does not soil
and is always bright Carriages of .this
finish from $10 to $30. Also extras for re
pairs at Iiauer's Toy House, 620 Liberty St.
Thk family trade supplied with choice
old wines and liquors at G. "W. Schmidt's,
95 and 97 Fifth Ave., City.
B. fc B.
Bibbon remnants, embroidery remnants,
white goods remnants. To-morrow is rem
nant day here you know what that means.
Boogs & Buhl.
All the leading brands .of imported
cigars, wholesale and retail.
G. W. Schmidt, 95 and 97 Fifth Ave. '
NOW QUAT IS THE VICTOR.
ister county, claim- j went to Bayonno, N.
Another Acconnt of the Lancaster County
, n nnuiaiKHiu, jiay a. xtepresentative
C Ci'KwlHman came
from his home, in Lancaster
ing a victory for Quay at the recent primary
"We elected four of the six delegates,"
he said. "ilageegot the other two. Our
delegV.is are Amos Zeigler, H. "W. Hecfc
leroth, Amos Gilbert and I. M. Witmer.
The Magee delegates were J. "VV. Landis
and L JE. Mayer. The fight was for the
delegates. It wasn't, as represented, on the
District Attorneyship. It is quite true, of
course, that A. C. Beinoehl headed the
Magee ticket as candidate for District At
torney, but E. K. Martin was for him and
so were other Quay men."
Mr. Martin is the gentleman who is sup
posed to be Mr. Quay's candidate for Lieu
tenant trovernor in case the Gubernatorial
candidate comes from Crawford or some
other western county.
"Look out for the soldiers orphans' bills
when they come back from the Benate,"said
Mr. Kauffman. "There will be a fight on
JDST A DOZEN OP THESI.
Four More of the OlcCIellandtovrn Outlaws
Behind the Ban.
rsrxcxu. tzlzobak to the dispatch, i
Sosieeset, May 1. The batch of theMc
Clellandtown gang of outlaws yesterday in
carcerated in the Somerset county jail, was
supplemented this noon by addition of two
more, making 12 men and women now being
held for trial of this gang. One of the last
two captured is named Grant Dean, and his
companion is a .slick one, who tried to have
Dean released at the preliminary hearing
by representing that he was a constable
from Fayette county with a warrant to r
The scheme didn't work, and he was
taken into custody with the others. The
rickety and debilitated old jail at this place
now contains 20 hardened criminals and a
general jail delivery is among the proba
bilities. A double force of guards has been
put inside and outside of the jaiL $
THE BIG OIL FIGHT.
BABENSTEIN McKNIGHT-On Tuesday
evening. April SO, 1SS9, by the Rev. Robert
Meech, Me. William J. Babksstiik and
Miss FAJtmr RMcKuiQHT.both of Allegheny
BOYEB McCLELLAHD-Mar J. 1889, at
the residence of the bride's mother, 128 Arch
street, Allegheny, by the Rev. J. B. Risk, Hab
btH. Boxes to Miss Bessie L., youngest
daughter of the late Captain John McClel
land. No cards.
How the Pipe Lines Can Ensilr Underbid
From the Philadelphia Eecord.3
"How is the Globe Refining Company to
compete with the Standard Oil monop
oly T" is a question the oil men have been pro
pounding to one another since Messrs. Wide
ner and Elkins have made known their plans
for a great refinery in this city to refine oil for
export trade. In the past it has proved impos-
by railroad to compete with the pipe line own
ers. Yet this Is what the 31ote Company is
about to do. JS'ot lone ago the Chester Oil
r a tiarj-e-rpuning piant-at
le whole establishment and
J., because there its nine
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company, it Is
said, estimates that the oil can be carried from
the Western Pennsylvania fields to tidewater
for not less than 40 cents a barrel except at a
loss. If, however, the rate should be reduced
to 30 cents, the competition of the pipe line
would still be disastrous, for the cost per bar
rel by pipes is only 16 cents, maklnjr full allow
ance for interest on capital and depreciation of
Slant. Under these circumstances considera
te surprise is expressed that the Globe Refin
ery snouia do starting operations here.
TYHAT WILL THE HOUSE DO?
It May Refuse to Concur With the Senate on
the Soldiers' Orphan Bill.
rrEOlr A STAFF CORBSSPOJTDXKT.3
Habbisbcbg, May L Dr. "Walk, of
Philadelphia, who has taken a great deal of
interest in soldiers' orphans legislation, says
the appropriation as it went to the Senate,
with the Kauffman amendment to close the
schools at Mercer, McAllisterville, Mt
Joy and Chester Springs, should have been
passed in jnst that shape.
"Will the House refuse to concur in the
Senate amendment?" he was asked.
"That is hard to tell," he responded.
"Several times this session I have thought
the House was going to do something it did
Marrlagje Licenses Granted Yesterday.
j cnarles Glock Allegheny
Mary Gaertner Pittsburg
(tamuelC Cook Verona
I Bertha M. Pyle Penn township
(Michael Schnez Pittsburg
IVeronlka bchulz Pittsburg
JG. V. Melllneer Jefferson township
i Sadie Toddoff. West Elizabeth
(John C. Kocser Allegheny
I Lizzie Binder Allegheny
t John I). Wrifrht Allegheny
J Sarah S. McEldowney Pittstrarjj
j Harry H. Boyer Allegheny
1 Elizabeth L. McClelland Allegheny
'Anna K. l'aulin , Pittsburg
John Ferguson Pittsburg
Hannah Oleonnor Pittsburg
I Charles Bosxl Pittsburg
I Julia Sszolcanzl Pittsburg
J Andrew E. btanlek Pittsburg
(Mary E. Adlar Pittsburg
t Simon Carter WHUnsburg
(Ellen Willis Pittsburg
(Joseph Primrose Allegheny
Maggie Irwin Pittsburg
Thomas It. Todd Brownsville
Ellen Merrill Brownsville
FOGEL On Wednesday, May 1, 1SS9, at 5 A.
K., Henry Foqel, aged S3 years.
Funeral from his late residence, Tarentum,
Fa-, on Thubsdat at 2 P. ir. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend.
GRAHAM-On Tuesday, April SO, 1889, at
7.40 A. JL, JAJLES Gbaham, Sr., in the 79th
year of his age.
Foneral from his late residence, 11 Clark
street, otyTnUBBDAY at 2.30 P. M. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend,
MILLER Wednesday, May 1, 1889; at 9.50 A.
jl. W. Gibson Miller, aired 64, Adjutant
61st Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers.
Services at First Methodist Protestant
Church, Fifth avenue, Saturday, at 2 o'clock
P. M. Interment private at a later hour. 3
MOORE On Tuesday evening at 6.30, Mart
J., wife of Thomas Moore, In, the 70th year of
Funeral services to-day, at 2 o'clock, from
her' late residence. Walnut and Thirteenth
streets, McKeesport, Pa. Interment private.
MCALLISTER At East Liberty, May 1,
1889, Mary A. McAllister, late of 103 Arch
street, Allegheny City.
Foneral services at Christ Episcopal Church,
Union avenue, Allegheny City, on Thursday,
May 2, 1SS9, at 3 o'clock.
McMULLEN-On Tuesday, April SO, 1889,
at 9 o'clock a. jl, Dennis Mcmullen, in bis
Funeral from his late residence. No. 141
Cherry alley, on Thursday morning, the 2d
inst, at 9.30 o'clock. Services at St Paul's
Cathedral at 10 a.ji. Friends of the family are
respectfully Invited to attend.
rLeadville, CoL, Chicago and Cincinnati papers
please copy. 2
SHANKEY On Tuesday. April SO, 1SS9, at S
A. m., Robert Shakkzt, Sr., la the 73d year
of his age.
Funeral services will take place from bis late
residence. No. 294 Robinson street, Allegheny,
on Thursday, May 2, at 2.30 o'clock p. ic
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
SHAFFER At the residence of his father,
Tennis st near Lincoln ave. E. ., at 3.30 A. M.,
Tuesday.Apnl 30, 1889, JonN P. 8hater, Jr.,
son of John P. Shaffer, Sr., aged 18 years.
Friends are Invited to attend the funeral
services at 3 p. if. Thursday, May 2. Inter
ment private. 2
WILSON-On Wednesday, May 1, at 130 p.
m of pneumonia, Minnie Rankin, youngest
daughter of Robert and Mary J. Wilson, aged
Notice of funeral hereafter.
Ever made (with one exception) has
just been held in New York by the
ufacturers, Stephen San
i tells the story
phorically how they un
auctio n in
one day up
THE PITTSBURG PAPERS
ALL ARE GOOD!
.SOME ARE BETTER!
WHICH IS BEST?
We, of course, were on the alert
and bought the choicest patterns at
prices far below the regular rates.
We now offer our customers the
benefit of our extraordinary pur
chases, as the following prices
Ten Wire Tapestry Brussels,
regular price 90c, now
Double Extra Tapestry Brussels',
regular price 85c, now -
Extra Tapestry Brussels, regular
price 75c, now
Medium Tapestry Brussels,' reg
ular price 65c, now - 50c
Cheapest Tapestry Brussels, 40c
Wilton Back Velvets, regular
price $1 50, now - - $1 00
Tapestry Velvets, regular price
' $1 25, now - - 70c and 75c
That's the question! Whether it is
better to go on in the dark, year
after year, spending thousands of
dollars in printers' ink, or, by a
bold resolution, solve the questions:
Does advertising pay? and in which
of the Pittsburg papers does it pay
best to advertise?
To obtain this valuable informa
tion we are willing to spend a con
siderable amount f
. From MAY i to MAY 15 we
shall v present to all purchasers
(whose purchases exceed $1) who
will send or bring to us at time of
purchase a clipping of our adver
tisement from one of the Pittsburg
papers, handsome souvenirs, jjraded
in value according to amount of
A complete, list of the souvenirs
will be mailed free of charge to
any address. Write for it.
CLIP OUR ADVERTISEMENT
from any of the papers tand it will
entitle you to a souvenir, if pre
sented to us when you make your
REMNANT ,' SALE I
FRIDAY, MAY 3.
33 FIFTH AVENUE.
Fleishman & Co's.
NEW DEPARTMENT 8T0BES,
504,506 and 508 Market st,
T AMES SHOULD INVESTIGATE
Mine, Kellon's French Tailor Systei
of dress cutting. The only system in America
that cats tbe Worth bias dart, front, back,
sleeves and skirts, without refitting. Lessons
not limited. School open day and evening,
CM -PENN AVENUE. ap21
JAMES ARCHIBALD & BRO..
UVERY AND SAT.F. STABLES,
117, 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below
Smlthfleld st, next door to Central Hotel.
Camajjes for funerals, S3. Carriagesforoperas,
parties, ic, at the lowest rates. All new car.
riages. Telephone communication. myl-ll-Txa
JOHN I TREXLER & CO.,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Livery
and Boarding Stables. Nos. S78 and SS0
Beaver ave. Residence. 6S1 Preble
ave., Allegheny City.
Telephone 3116. mh23-XThSa
(Thomas It. Todd Brownsville
(XJieu jucrrui BrownsTllle
j John Moeilck bhaler township
j Chirlei .Morris.,
Gnve It His Personal Attention.
rritOM A EMIT COEKESPOJTDElrT.J
HABBiSBUEe, May 1. Eepresentatire
Smiley's appropriation bill for the Clarion
ITbnnal School, which was cut down to
f5,000 by the House Appropriations Commit
tee, has fared better in the Senate, where
Mr. Smiley followed it in person and se
cured the increase of the 6um to ?25,000.
The House will probably grant it.
TBE KNIFE KEEPS FAILING.
Tbe Postoffice Gnlllotine Behendi
Postmasters In One Dar.
tSFECUI. TELEGRAM TO THE DISFATCH.
"WASiuirGTOir, May 1. After the Cen
tennial holiday Mr. Clarkson was somewhat
lanjruid, but, without the assistance of the
Postmaster General, who had not returned
from New York, he easilv Beheaded 122
The following are those in Pennsylvania
.i0. J. Butz, Brenninjrsville; A. Lewis,
' - 'Forks; E. E. Bitter. Fricdensville; T. J.
- ."Palmer. Harrisonville; M. T. Dittner, Her-
p- ian; M. B. Donmyer, Kutztown; A. A.
" Murray, Lecont's Mills; . Hcnsiucer.Lvon
Valley; J. W. Spurriers, Mahonmgtown:
Mary Ann Cashmore McKeesport
David Xa. Iee Knnti, fiu n
JMajgle A. Boardman booth Oil City
(Charles H. Dlerke. Allegheny
Kate G. Ffelfer. AUeiheny
Peter Dell.. Tsrentnm
Jennie M. Verner .Tarentum
J Jacob Snyder Bethel township
J. Mary E. Andrews Bethel township
(John Hoffman Spring Garden boroneh
t Flora Eeerer.
( George Schwerr.,
( Will lain Ji. Eoberts Pittsburg
(John Hclzenrocder Allegheny
(Joseph Greenstcln McKeejnort
(Fannie Goldberger...-. Cleveland, o.
1 Franecska Allegheny
(Samuel H. Sutton..., Pittsburg
J Martha Evans.. .-, Pittsburg
)vt mum a. uura...... Auegneny city
Julia Crowley. Allegheny City
Ti EPRESENTEU IN PITTSBURG IN ISO.
ASSETS - . $971,69683.
InsurUnee Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-D
O. Di LEVIS. Solicitor of Patents.
131 Fifth avenue, abovo Smithfleld,nextLeader
office. (No delay.) Established 20 years.
P. a-BOOKTDAT TO-MORROW.
JAS. MKEHL & BRO.,
BOILERS. PLATE AND
PATENT SHEET IRON
witn an increased cat
machinery we are prepared to furnish all work
in our line cheaper and better
methods, Repairine and General maoWne
arnish all work
than by the old
work. Twenty-ninth street and Allejrbeny Val
icr iwmuttiL IcO-OOTTa
TfANUFACTURERS AND MERCHANTS
lVl INS. CO., 417 Wood street, Plttsbnrp. Pa.
Capital, 1250,000 00
Assets January 1, 18S9 863,745 80
DirectorsChas. W. Batchelor, President:
John "VT. Chalfant, Vice President; A. E. W.
Painter; Robt. Lea, JI. W. Watson, John Wil
son. JoseDh Walton. Wm. G. Park. A. M.
Byers, Jag. J. Donnell, Geo. E. Painter, Jobn
Thompson. Wm. T. Adair, Secretary; Jas.
Little, Assistant Secretary; August Ammon,
General Agent, ja22-4S-TTS
WESTERN INSURANCE CO:
Assets... ,..: $113,50187
NO. 411 WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIMICK, p'resident.
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President
fe22-28-TTS WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
CONSUME YOUR OWN GARBAGE IN
stoves and ranges while uslnc the same for
cooking, or any other purpose, by using the
Eureka Garbage Burner. For illustrative cir
cular, containing full information, call on or
3 East Diamond street,
I'M GOING TO SEE
A New Plan of Lots Almost Adjoining Allison Park, on the Pitts
burg and Western Railroad, Laid out by John L. Wyland.
These lots are nicelv situated within four minutes' walk ot tni ttiHnn. nnrl n tphIIv
eiht lots in one. The average size is 100x200 feet and the price is bnt very little higher
them those just sold at Allison Park, which are but one-eighth the size.
I offer as much ground for ?300 in this plan of lots as those alongside are charging
$1,600 for. These lots are large enough to raise your own vegetables. The terms are but
5100 down, balance in one or two years, or 10 per cent off for cash.
Don't be induced to purchase a small lot when you can buv a half acre for the same
price. There is no finer view In the country than at Grand View a distance of twenty
miles can be plainly seen.
The property is but ten and a half miles from the city and the accommodations for
trains, stores, postoffice, etc., are complete.
No better opportunity for purchasing a large lot for little money is offered.
Plans can be seen at my store, or by calling I will take parties to the place.
Jolm L. "Wyland,
76 OHIO STREET, COB. SANDUSKY STREET, ALLEGHENY, PA.
Heretofore we have only
had these Remnant Sales semi
annually but our sales of
Dress Goods, Cashmeres,Szlks,
in black and colors, and India
Silks has been much larger
this season than usual, and
the larger the business, of
course the more Remnants are
made and they must and will
be sold FRIDAY, THIS
Everything ijt Remnants in
$2 departments will be in
cluded in this peremptory sale
and at such prices as will
make an effectual clearance of
att Remnants from the finest
Silks to Calicoes.
Ribbons, Embroideries, fine
and rich Black Lace Rem
nants and short lengtlis 45 to
66 inches wide.
Remnants TableLinens and
Remnants Challis, French
Salines, Imported Scotch
Fine Black Silk Remnants
and alllengtJis up to 16 yards
Silk Surahs in over 100
shades. Remnants and lengths
up to 16 yards go at this sale.
Everything in India Silks tip
to 12 yards, and a large lot of
10 and 18 yard lengths, m ele
gant gitalities and styles, will
be sold at astonishingly low
10,000 yards medium and
large Plaid Dress Ginghams
will be spld at $c a yard.
Their equal never seen sold
anywhere, wholesale or retail,
at stick a price. l
"A surplus stock -4 Heavy
Bleached Sheeting will be sold
at 8c piece or yard.
Bargains in Underwear,
Gloves, Hosiery, White Goods
and White Goods Remnants.
Everything in Lace Cur
tains, in lo$s of 1 to 3 pairs,
from the finest and most ex
pensive goods to the lowest
prices, must be sold this Fri
day prices to do it.
PORTIERES and Up
holstery Goods, Silk Draper
ies, etc., etc., all go in to make
this a Remnant sale long to be
A WORD WITH YOU, SIRS
Are You Looking for Good Quality
as well as Lowest Prices. If you
e don t on any account miss h
buying your Spring Suit at . M
T PUZZLE YOUR
About what you think you'd like in the way of a spring Suit
to waste time thinking about it if you'll come in now and sei
orur Suit J
counters, piled higher than you can reach with everythin? that's new and"
cveryimng mars styiisn; you'll aeciae tne matter very quickly, especially ,
nubu yuu gcu uui uicbisuuiy iow prices.
V Our $5, $6, $7, $8 and 10 Suits
Are popular with the working classesBecause, these nrfces arc. siirr. M
any man can anora to pay. x,ow as tnese hgures are, the suits are in i
all patterns, shades and colors and you have thousands. of suits to
Our $125 $15, $16 aud $18 Suits
are marvels tor tlie money. You have choice from suits in first-class s!
domestic and imported Cassimeres, Corkscrews, Cheviots, Whipcords
Worsteds, Diagonals, etc, in handsome and stylish broken plaids, stripes
checks, mixtures, etc. Each suit is trimmed, made and finished in an
elegant manner and -are honestly worth from $3 to $j more money. Wei
know they cannot be duplicated outside our store under from 15 to $2$3t
There is a two-fold interest for you ic attend
ing this Important Remnant sale, as you can
then see all the choice new importations and
bargains InJDBESS GOODS, SILKS, WRAPS
and SUITS brought out for this season's business.
ns. u?. 119. 121
Federal Street, Allegheny.
A. E. Bottsford, ordmont; L. S. Shimer,
ShimersT-ille; Odin I.yon, Spring Hill; T.
S.-Keal: Trade City: Mrs. C. E. Kmiih
AVilawana; George W. Kamerer, Zthner.
F0D5D DEAD IN A BARN.
Oscar Carurntcr Dle Under Very Peculiar
and Suspicions Clrcmnstnncca.
SPECIAL TILEORUC TO THZ DISPATCH.l
Htde Pake, Mass., May LOscar Car
penter, trhose wife died three weeks ago and
'bequeathed her "body to her mother, with the
stipulation that tbe latter, and not her bus
baud, should bare control of it, was found
dead to-dayrunder circumstances that point
u eiwier rouraer or suiciue oy poison.
commenced a suit to re-
?al nosseasion of his wife's l.n.l
cr- ij", 7t.r.. - .r, . - '
"t m unrea 10 ibibcj w secure a grare
toae, and two hoars after hU return he was
feaad in the barn deL The stomach has
been seat to a cheaikt for expert exasina-
When too Need
An Alterative Medicine, don't forget
that everything depends on the kind
used. Ask for Ayor's Sarsaparilia and
take no other. For over forty years this
preparation has had the endorsement of
leading physicians and druggists, and
if has achieved a success unparalleled
in the history of proprietary medicines
"For a rash, from which I had suf
fered some months, my father, an M. D.,
recommended Ayer's Sarsaparilia. It
effected a cure. I am still taking this
medicine, as I find it to be a most pow
erful blood-purifier." J. E. Cocke,
" C. H. Hut, Druggist, Evansville,
Xnd., writes : " I hare been selling
Ayer's Sarsaparilia for many years. It
maintains its popularity, while many
other 'preparations, formerly as well
known, have long been forgotten."
" I have, always recommended Ayer's
Sarsaparilia as superior to any other
preparation "for purifying the blood."
G. B. Kuykendall, M. D., PomeroyVT.T."
Of. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Massi
Frist ; lx botU,6. VTortflioaboUk.
Every Department Teeming With. Rare Offerings.
the latesJ'veufefin TLS .Ef"-'?" this season so far have been the largest in our experience-deservedly so, as our stock is complete, embracing
ViJ&iSi ritSe flSOTrU,,l,B 1?iraWe '? Strftw ?ats and 5onnels- Fhe laTest Hsof Trimmings to select rem 'in Bibbon?
.SA.i 1L " ,.rr1',""?"11i.W,p etc. Qauzes, lets, Laces, Ornaments, etc. Laree nMortment Trfrnmeo Hat nnil Tlnnnp. ,?n K,, .. .: . W
coarce lor mmmini Haii gnd Hnnri.t t.nnni, .c ... mi....i w.:. .1, . . . r . . r. -i ".'.'-'" """"""
tlflV UFA tAvHlallw.AlMA..
, trimmed and untrimmed.
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'. --"j "?""-' " vuoiRo iui ifimming iira S
Visitors to our millinery display are cordially welcomed.
Blouses andWaisiultSSVfor the i? tSLiSIm "aIx.0 J Br' cocked and pleate.Hn black, colored and cream. Misses' Jerseys, Ladies' and Missed
S long and short Cloaks. Cashmere and SHk WrarT K 1 Ca? -a Beaded Capes, ?3 CO to 20, Some elegant thine, and special values. 8 to $12. In
SuiS, blsfk and colored! rt U BMIo1' have a " diP' AU-Wo1 C1t" Raided panels, only Silk
These artSndofedivfbeft Tll w tttt" Prices ranging from 60o to 520 a pair. Choice new designs and rare values, 51, 51 50, 53, 52 25, 53 and 53 50 a pair.
7ci i !n . Sr-4 S Vr8!" l.?2 3 f "V, t.anew' Jjl81.e Xnr?ad an? KM Gloves shown anywhere. Our 5-hooked Beal Kid Gloves. atSL are sold elsewhere at
" uu,uviju crutuunii, ia iu tnB new srjrinc oninra unrt hioni- a.: 11 ; .e t .i j 3 i.i 1 j tt... 1 j.t.. 1.. .
) r " " " "v uuciiui iiuca vi jnuujr buicu auu yiiuu cuiureu o.ue, ana tne last OiaCE, onyx
All thafs new in Boys' Glothinp: will be found on exhibition this week t
ourstore. If you're interested in Boys Clothing; if you're in quest ofl
mc ucauuiui, me styiisn, ine auraDie, tne cneao, call this week and seel
what we can show you. Any fashionable style, any reliable quality,-any
price, in long or short-pant suits, kilt suits or single pants. Name it and '
wen snow it. - -i
SAILOR SUITS at $3, $3 50 and $4.
Sizes 4 to io years. Every suit elegantly made and trimmed.
JERSEY SUITS at $2 25, $3 and $4. ;
In the popular blue color; sizes 3 to' 7.
ONE-PIECE KILT SUITS at $2, $3 and $4.
In plaids, checks, stripes and plain colors. See them.
TWO-PIECE E3LT SUITS at $3 50, $4 and $5:1
Light, gay colors, lovely mixtures, checks, broken plaids, stylish stripes
KNEE PANT SUITS at $3, $4 and $5., "
Sizes 4 io 14. Belt suits in fancy Plaids, Cheviots and striped Casai-
meres, of desirable materials and well made. Uj
LOTJO-PANT1 RTTTTff of fi. fc ! &o VJ
,-. wo.M , v, Vw xav Vu.
nest ot materials, latest styles; cut as carefully as any Man's suit; made
aau irimmcu ocauuiuuy.
11 251 Uest vames in a
and cable dye, 25c up just as fast at 23c as
GloMl?SHira h8.nd,es' shwt Wles"ia fact eTerin ne Sna 'Shades an? V-hdta The
MrtOTftfotndJL -j.- ,. ., ouans, oc, oto ana 51. 24-inch. Black Gros Grain, fl and 51 25. Satin Bhadames, Merveilleaux, Bartheas and fancy
GOODS Dailv additions. Latest tirodnfttinn. TH-ni- .n ri..JMi..i.t.. ,.... ... '
i5r-a.TOi .. . ' n , .- wit uuwai jisunc otapie ana ianoyweaTes at cioie prices. , ..
fWaxmpVx sent on request. Mall orders promptly executed. '
OUR MAMMOTH HAT DEPARTMENT
Leads 'em -all for best goods and low prices. Lots of sales and littlw
profits keep this department humming right along. Splendid qualities
SILK HA.TS from $3 50 to $7.- ,
Men's spring Derbys, latest shapes' and styles, in black and Mghtl
Prom 98c to $3 24.
We can afford to sell cheaper than other concerns, aswebarjjiS
and that's how we give everybody the benefit of best goods at low3
A beautiful Portfolio presented
with every purchase this wttj<j
ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TOA
'FO GRAND n.llCAIN 3ffi
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465rl6Tand 169 piDEJR'stiRilET, MiJBXXBETii.