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-"8 ' THE PITTSBTJRGr J DISPATCH, FRIDAY;, HAY. 3) 1889. "'A - !: jV '. '. - ' ;' 'ff
A FLASH OE MEMORY
Causes Miss Mitchell to Charge Mr.
Gibbons With Abducting Her.
SENSATION IN COURT TESTEEDAT.
The Strange Revelations in That Sheehan
BAD HABITS IN JURIES BEOEES UP
The Sheehan will contest was continued in
Orphans' Court yesterday. The first wit
ness placed on the stand was Jerry Gibbons,
the brother-in-law of the deceased, and to
whose care the child was first confided, and
who took her ont to Keokuk, la. He had
a Tory bad memory for names, bat said that
Mary Sbeeban, the girl confided to him, had
died of malaria. She was attended by Dr. Rus
sell, and he gave the names of somo people who
he said attended the funeral. As he left the
stand the witness looked closely at Miss
Mitchell and stated that the claimant was not
a Sheehan; that she did not resemble either the
deceased or the little girl confided to his care.
The child had a lone face, and this young
woman had not.
Michael Gibbons, a son of the former wit
ness and a claimant to the estate, next testified
to having been brought here from tho St.
.Louis Orphans' Home by Mr. Sheehan. He
stated that the deceased had spoken to him
about a sister, and that he had tried to hunt
her in St. Louis, but found that she was dead.
Continuing the witness said that he had Tisited
Mrs. Sheehan in company with a man named
Williams, and she said that her husband al
wavs told her the child was dead, bat that she
had a dream in which it was revealed to her
that she was living and working in a tailoring
establishment and would some day come to
Is. S. Williams, Esq., corroborated tho former
witn'-j .as to Mrs. Sheehan's story of the
.es Welsh, a cousin Of the deceased, testi-
jafllr. Sheehan informed him that his
j was dead, and that he had seen her grave.
witness had often seen the child at Gib-
jns' house. She was puny and sickly, and did
jot resemble the claimant.
Mrs. James Walsh testified that she had one
day been asked by Mrs. Sheehan if she noticed
the birthmark on the child. Witness said she
bad not, and Mrs. Sheehan examined the child
but could find no birthmark.
After the noon recess Julia Mary Mitchell.
the claimant, was recalled, and stated that in
her testimony in chief she spoke of being ab
ducted in Leavenworth by two men, one of
whom was named Harrison. The other man
she could not name at the time, but since Jerry
Gibbons was on the stand she recognized him
as the other man who was with Harrison when
she was enticed away.
Mrs. F. Locuner. a daughter of Mrs. Sheehan
by a former marriage, testified that she ad
vised Sheehan to advertise for the child if he
thought her still alive, but he refused to do
that, as he did not care for the publicity and
notoriety, but that he would go to St. Louis
and endeavor to find the child. The witness
was on the stand on Monday.but did not testify
to this point, as she was not asked.
Mrs. Bridget Cleary and Mrs. John Casey
testified that they knew the Mr. Sbeenan, and
did not think the claimant resembled him.
This closed the testimony and it was decided
that the case go over until Tuesday next when
the arguments will be made. It is also prob
able that a commission will be appointed to go
to Leavenworth and take testimony of the peo
ple who are alleged to know of the girl's death.
CAPTAIN 1YISHART 'SCORED.
Lawjcrs in the Lilian aioody Case Criticise
IL W.Moorhead and Mrs. Josephine Rowand,
the widow of ex-Sheriff Rowand, of Philadel
phia, are on trial on the charge of leasing a
house for immoral purposes. The prosecutor
is Captain Wishart. The house in question is
No. 61 Colwell street, which was rented to
Lilian Moody by Moorhead, who was the agent
for Mrs. Rowand, the owner of the property.
E. Hessner, a detective of the Law and Order
Society, was the principal witness in the case,
and testified to having visited the bouse with
several other Law and Order Society agents.
Among the facts brought out was that of a
mortgage on the property being held by the
United Presbyterian Ministerial Association.
The attorneys tor tho defendants were R. H.
Johnston and A. Hoyer. Mr. Hover, in ad
dressing the jmjv severely scored Captain
AVishartandxhiiueitef t thcvljaw and Order
society. He reterreu to the Great Reformer
of the world. Christ, and recalled the incident
of Him meeting a crowd of "primitive Cap
tain Wisharts, Detectives Hessner, etc," ston
ing an unfortunate woman, and how when
Christ said: "Let him who is without sin cast
the first stone," they all slm k away. The
course of ttie Reformer of tho vorld "and that
of the wonldbe reformer of Allegheny coun
ty," he compared in a manner anything but
complimentary to Captain Wishart.
FOR BREACH OF FR03IISE
SIlss Lizzie Bender Causes the Arrest of
B. T. Breck, Esq., yesterday filed a suit in be
half of Miss Lizzie Bender against Andrew
Signal for damages tor breach of pi omise of
marriace. Dignal is emplo ed in the Republic
Iron Works. It is claimed that he kept com
pany with Miss Bender for several years.
He first promised to marry her in May, 1S85,
and again did so as late as last December, bat
In that month he quit calling, and paid no more
attention -to her. A capias was issued for
Dicnai, and he was arrested and placed under
2,000 ball for the trial of the case.
To-Dny'e Trial Lists.
Common Pleas Ko 1 Friend vs city of .Pitts
burg; Mosely vs Eagen; Gaines vs Calhoon;
Harding vs Korthrop; Snyder et alvs Rainey;
Frailer vs Storiji et al; Robinson et al vs Har
per etal; Reese vs Clark; Sanderson vs Pitts
burg and Lake Erie Railroad Company; same
vs. Dickey et al; Todd, administrator, vs Moore
(two cases); Koener vs Pick; Paxon et nx vs
Millvale borough: Rudolph vs Central Pas
senger Railway Company (two cases); Wheeler
vs McKelveyet al.
Common Pleas 25o. 2 TJ. Baird Machine
Company vs Steen et al; Spang Co, vs Kauf
field. Criminal Court Commonwealth vs Frank
Comerford, L. Goldstein, B. C Crowe, Carrie
Rudolph. Call Getts, M. W. Pliver, Peter
Lazarawitz, George Anderson.
For the Children's Kake.
A petition was filed in the Orphans' Court
yesterday asking for the appointment of a
guardian for Sarah F. and John T. Davis, the
children of Hannah F. Davis, late of Verona.
Mrs. Davis died last December, leaving an es
tate which brings in about $150 a month. Her
husband and the father of the children, Daniel
Davis, it is claimed, is unfit to care for the
children, as he drinks and squanders the in
come of the property, in which he has but a
life interest, and nothing is left for the support
of the children. The petition was filed on be
half of the children by their grandmother.
Mary J. Leatham. The case will be- heard
Married but Not Slated.
Mrs. Jane Novinsky yesterday sued for a di
vorce from her husband. Wm. Noyinsky. She
alleged that he deserted her about II months
ago. Before that he had served two years In
Mrs. Susan M. Gass yesterday sned for di
vorce from Martin Gass. Ind'gnities to her per
son and aDuse were alleged.
A decree of divorce was granted in the case
of Jennie Jeffries against David T. Jeffries.
Bad Habit Stopped.
Judge Stowe yesterday .made a move that
will put a stop to the habit several jurors have
fallen into of late. He ordered an attachment
to be Issued for Joseph Muecb and A. Farley,
jurors, living In the Fifteenth ward, and that
each be fined $20 for non-attendance at conrt.
Two others. James McVey and P. W. Rynd,
who were absent yesterday, were each fined
one day's pay.
A Costly Inquiry.
The bill of costs in the inquisition in the
Daily Hutchinson case were filed yesterday.
The total for the Inquest is $700. J. C. Shoe
maker, -the Commissioner, receives $200, the
stenographer gets (199 and the six Jurors get
about $30 each.
The case of Albert Kaiser against Charles
L. Flaccua, for damages for.the loss of an arm
in the machinery In the defendant's factory, is
on trial before Judge Stowe.
Tux suit of Morrison Bros, against Dr. B. 8.
Sutton, an action on a mechanic's lien for work
performed on the Allegheny General Hospital,
is on trial before Judge Slagle.
In the suit of Patrick Murray against the
city of Pittsburg, for damages caused to prop
erty caused bv an overflow of water, a verdict
was rendered yesterday for the plaintiff for
A bill In equity was filed yesterday by Jane
t VL Moore against W. J. Meyer and others, ask.
ine for a partition of some property on West
Diamond street, Allegheny, and some land in
A VEBDlCT f or the defendants was rendered
yesterday in the suit of Jeremiah Shnlton
against Alderman Burns, Constable Dugan and
lulian Bectert, an action for damages for the
alleged illegal levy and sale of a mule.
Ax application was filed yesterday for a, char
ter for the Church of the United Brethren in
Christ, of Wilkinsburg. The trustees of the
church are Joseph Long, Richard BIbby, Albert
J. Walmer, George Blackmore and James E.
The jury is outin the suit of Thomas Hack
ett against Margaret Dallmeyer, executrix of
Henry Dallmeyer, Jr., and Henry Dallmeyer
and Peter H. English. The case is an action
'for damages, arising out of an injunction ob
tained by the defendants against Hackett to
restrain him from taking out coal from land
claimed by them.
The will of the late Mary Volte, of this city,
was filed yesterday for probate. One hundred
dollars is left to the Second Evangelical Lu
theran, St. Paul's Church, of Pride street, the
Interest to be used in keeping the grave of the.
deceased's nusnand in good order; so goes to
the Lutheran Orphan Asylum in Butler county;
$1 to the deceased's daughter, and the balance
to the Pride Street Lutheran Church.
A. Hollander yesterday entered suit
against L.MarkowlU for $10,000 damages for
false arrest. Hollander states that while he
was acting as agent for Markowltz in Cleveland
township, Cuyahoga county, O., the latter had
him arrested oc a charge of embezzlement and
taken before 'Squire Peck of that place. Af
ter spending three days in jail he was given a
hearing and acquitted. He claims that there
was no cause for the charge.
Bclanazzar'a Feast Discounted.
ISrECIAt. TELEOnAH TO THE DISPATCH.
New Xoek, May 2. Richard Busse, the
chief steward of the Hoffman House, ex
pressed the opinion to-day that not since the
feast of Belsbazzar had so much wine been
drank as on the occasion of the Centennial
ball and banquet. He said the champagne
most largely demanded and consumed was
Jules Hum'm's Grand Sec.
SIS for 810.
We are giving away $18 men's suits for
$10 to-day and to-morrow. These suits are
of this season's make, and of our own manu
facture. You can take your choice of 75
different patterns, cut in sacks, one, three
and four-button cutaways, long or short
roll, just as you prefer. Materials in these
suits are cheviots, worsteds, diagonals, cas
simeres, Bannockburn tweeds, blarneys and
serges. You will never have an opportu
nity to buy stylish and well-made clothing
as low as you can bny from us to-day and
to-morrow. TVe must sell our goods. P. C.
O. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp.
the new Court House.
Opening of Tuxedo Salts far Ladles and
Also our own importation of imported
jersey suits (princess style) for misses and
children; colors, brown, navy, gobelin and
light tan. Come and see them now.
Jos. Horue & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
10 cents yard wide challis handsome
new goods remember, a yard wide at 10
cents, to-day, "remnant day sales."
Boqgs & Buhl.
Sateens 10 yards for 81; 200 pieces
American sateens, desirable patterns,choice
colorings; regular 12o quality.
jtwfsu Hugtjs & Hacks.
Coloked photo for framing given away
opening week with every dozen cabinets at
Hendricks & Co.'s new photo parlors, 68
Federal street, Allegheny. Tnrsu
Remnants colored silk warp and all-wool
cashmeres, and all dress lengths latest
Paris shades. Go to-day, remnant day.
Boggs & Buhl.
Lnuer' Baby Carriages
Are the finest, neatest and cheapest in the
city, and the only ones with the universal
jointed rod. See our selections before buy
IiATJeb's Toy House, 620 Liberty st.
Don't Miss the Special Sale
Of velvet carpets and Smyrna rugs at Ed
ward Groetzinger's, 627 and 629 Penn ave
nue, this week.
Seal Skin Garments Stored and Insnred
Against fire and moths. This is the best
time to have repairs or alterations made.
JOS. HOENE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
The celebrated X. X. X. 1855 Pure Rye
"Whisky, the finest in the United States, can
always be had at G. W. Schmidt's, 95 and
97 Fifth Ave., City.
200 pieces of fine American satines, hand
some styles, at 12 cents per yard, at H. J.
Lynch's, 438 and 440 Market street. vytsu
B. & B.
The India silks and high-class dress pat
terns of India silks, 16 and 18-yard lengths,
at a bargain to-day. BOGGS & Buhl.
Don't Miss the Special Sale
Of velvet carpets and Smyrna rugs at Ed
ward Groetzinger's, 627 and 629 Penn ave
nue, this week.
Cabinets, 1 per dozen. Proof shown.
Hendeicks & Co.'s new photo parlors 68
Federal street, Allegheny. tufsu
Travellac UUters and Kewmarkets
In English cheviot cloths stylish color
ings in cloak room.
JOS. HOBNE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
Ameeicak dress ginghams from 12c to
25c a yard; large assortment; best patterns.
arwFS u Hugus .& Hacke.
The family trade supplied with choice
old wines and liquors at G. W. Schmidt's,
95 and 97 Fifth Ave., City.
Cabinets, $1 per dozen, at Elite Gallery,
516 Market st, Pitts. Proof shown.
"Ftke watches a specialty; low prices a
certainty at Hauch's, No. 295 Fifth ave.
Beautiful gray kid, suede and silk
gloves at Rosenbaum Ss Co.'s.
English Coaching Paraoli
Long handles, $5 and upward all colors
Jos. Hokne & Co.s
Penn Avenue Stores.
This powder never vanes. A marvel of pur
lty, strength and wholesomenesa. More eco
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it eats into thevery vitals, and renders life but
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dulling the sense of hearing, trammelling the
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smell, tainting the breath and killing the re
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saults the membranous lining and envelops the
bones, eating through the delicate coats and
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"Nothing short of total eradication will secure
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To cure Mrs. Thomas Hatton, and she suffered
on for 13 years. The aches and pains which
she experienced In almost every part of her
body was simply terrible. Those sharp, cutting
pains across the small of ber back and lower
part Of her body was almost unbearable. In
fact she suffered with all those diseases and
conditions peculiar to women. For three
months ber mind was unbalanced, and for
months she was confined to her bed. She be
came very weak and emaciated, so that she
only weighed DS pounds. No one expected her
to live, much less get entirely cured. After
receiving three months' treatment with the
physicians of the Catarrh and Dyspepsia Insti
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her disease, she says:
"I never want any ono to suffer as I have for
the past 13 years. The condition of my case
was much worse than has been described, and
I am only too glad to testify to my complete
cure by the doctors of the Catarrh and Dys
"MRS. THOMAS HATTON, Putnam, Pa."
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$1 GO, $1 90, $2 20, $2 40,$2 90.
To many it is a heer impossibility to feel
comfortable in anything but a soft hat. It is
to those we address ourselves to-day. Ve have
the very thing for you, gentlemen. Our Opera
Hat, through its manifold merits, possesses the
very qualities desirable in a soft hat. For ex
ample, it is exceeding light In weight, has a
velvet finish which does not fade, the shape is
such as to bo exceedingly becoming, the brim
flat set crown not too round withal a yery
handsome Hat. On the leather of every
"Opera" is a guarantee as to wear. If within
12 months the hat has not given satisfaction,
another is given in Its place. Wearers of soft
hats, be sure and examine the "Opera."
The Hatter and Furnisher;
421 AND 423 SMITHFIEIjD ST.
WASTE YOUR TIME
in looking around a dozen or
more stores, if you want to buy
Furniture, Carpets, House Fur
nishing Goods, Baby Carriages,
etc., etc., but make a bee line for
Keech's Mammoth Fenn Avenue
House Furnishing Concern,
where you will find all these goods
in the grandest variety, and at
prices guaranteed to be from 20
to 30 per cent below all competi
CASH and CREDIT HOUSE,
- 923 and 925 Penn AVe
Near Ninth Street.
Open Saturdays till 10 P. M. myS-xWF
Carriages in the State.
If any of your
us for an estimate.
and 320 FE1W AVENUE.
Wind and Pain In the Stomach, Sick
Comnlexlon: brineine back the keen edcre of
HEALTH the whole physical energy of the
rST IH MNEY5
Jp -ir- -K You Don't Want toO&t-LeffiH
DB. "WOODS, specltlist in the cure
OFlBTJFTtTRE AND'CHROMC DISEASES.
This eminent specialist has been; located .per
manently in Pittsburg at Hotel Albemarle,
Penn avenue and Sixth street, going on two
The doctor treats chronic diseases and de
formities only, and uniform success resnlts
from his superior skill and improved methods.
RIIPTIIRP HERNIA or BREACH, for
nur lunu, many years regarded inenr
aDle (and many still believe it cannot be cured),
by means of a painless treatment, is cured com-
Eletely in from SO to 90 days under guarantee,
ases that have existed more than 30 years
have been cured in six weeks, without deten
tion from business or pleasure.
UP ART LUNG, LIVER. STOMACH or
nCMIl I , BOWEL DISEASES, by new
method and withont nauseous drugs.
nVQPPPQIA with its terrors, is a thing
UlOlbrOIrt, of the past. Long expe
rience has demonstrated that this disease can
be cured entirely when science and common
sense principles are applied.
BLOOD AND SKIN g &ut
tions. Pimples, Blotches, Bone Pains, Ulcera
tions of Tongue, Throat andilouth. Old Sores,
Weak Back and Glandular Swellings, are
eradicated for life and no traces remain; Ca
tarrh, no matter of bow long standing or bow
many doctors have failed to cure, is curable by
the new scientific methods discovered by Dr.
Woods. Relief speedy and cure rapid and
Advice free to all who call. Examinations
are also free to those who wish treatment.
Nervous diseases, diseases of the blood, skin,
liver, stomach, etc.. which require medicine
only are ti eated successfully by correspondence.
Send 4 cents in stamps for qnestion list. All
communications are sacredly confidential.
Medicines furnished without extra charge,
saving much expense to sufferers and Insuring
their being genuine and properly prepared.
DB. B. A. WOODS, HOTEL ALBE3IABLE.
PENN AVENUE AND SIXTH STBEET,
Office hours, 10 to 12 A. M.. 2 to 5 P. K.. 7 to 8
P. M. myl-41.
If it's a quality worth sell
ing it will be the lowest rely
Very likely it seems odd to
many that we don't advertise
prices. When we can hang
the quality up in the newspa
pers with the price, so tHat
you' can make a fair compari
son, we will.
We've got past the appren
ticeship - stage of being mer
chants long ago. Dark meth
ods in business will not pay.
It's the people who do the"
buying. They'll not accept
keenness or cuteness for solid
We propose to gain confi
dence by the superiority of
our goods. Though we had
the opportunity to sell an in
ferior article at half the price
of any store in the city, we
wouldn't keep it. - ,
It must be dependable or
Wanamaker & Brown haven't
room for it in their store. We
don't want you saying about
us "They fooled me on this
There's no short cut to bus
iness success. We'll have the
lowest prices in the city for
reliable clothing. The other
we'll let alone.
1,000 styles for measure
Sixth street and Fenn avenue.
WHAT IS MONET WITHOUT HEALTH.
Health, Energy and Strensth secured by using
flMORAHDA WAFEKS. These wafers aro a
guabjixtsed sr-Ecmc and the only reliable and
safe remedy for the permanent cure of Impotency,
no matter how long; standing-, Ifervons Neuralfiia
Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by the use
alcohol or tobacco, Sleeplessness, Mental Depress,
ion, Softening of the Brain resulting- in insanity
and. leading to misery, decay and death, Prematura
Old Ase. Barrenness. Spermatorrhoea, Harassing
Dreamt, Prematura Decay of Vital Tower, caused
by over exertion of the brain, aelf-bae or over
indulgence. 5 cents per box or six boxes for
tlJM, sent by mail prepaid on receipt of price.
Six boxes is the complete treatment and with
every purchase of six boxes at one time we will
WRITTEN GUARANTEE TO REFUND THE MONEY
if the wafers do not benefit or effect a permanent
cure. Prepared only by the BOSTON" MEDICAL
INSTITUTE. For sale only by JOSEPH
STjEMINO. ,4'SON. 412 Market Street. Pittr
hargb, Pa-, P, O. J5ox ST.. to wteaa all loeamuni.
satioa sheald be addressed.
will soon 'be a thing of the past,
Though the weather during the past few days has been rather cdl(3j
business has been red hot The fact js our unparalleled IndacM
ments "are appreciated by this thrifty and saving community. SeM
sible people, understand the
goods at such low prices; that had we not bought, them as ridicajl
lously cheap as we did, we could not begin to name the figures wis!
do, and consequently they try to make the most of it while they canu
At this price we're selling the
Men's fine Suits which were
included in our purchase.
They're well worth $18 to 20.
for your choice from the Boy's
short-pant Suits closed out by
us from the manufacturers.
They're usually sold at $4 50.
Remember, but a limited
therefore, we repeat: Hurryl
SPRING OVERCOATS! ALL MUST GO!
The prices at which we have marked our spring Overcoats will
, effect a complete and speedy clearance. Fine Coats at $7; regular
beauties at $10. Genuine tailor-made imported garments $12
and 15. These prices represent about two-thirds 'the intrinsic
value of the goods.
7 OUR POPULAR HAT BAZAAR 7 ''A
leads them all for best goods and low prices. Lots of sales and. f
little profits keep this department humming right along. We can
afford to sell cheaper than other concerns, as we buy in larger 7 ' '
quantities, cash down; that's where we nail bargains every time, and ?
that's how we give everybody the benefit of best goods at lowest "
possible prices. Gentlemen, come in and see our latest styles in?'
Silk Hats from $3 to $6. ''',
Men's Spring Derbys, latest
colors, from 98c to $3 50.
Boys' Steamer, Windsor and
Children's Jockeys, Turbans and Sailors, 49c to $1 25, . f
We are now showing the most complete line of Boys' and.
Children's Straw Hats ever displayed in this city, at wonderfully
low prices. v .Aq -
OUR SHOE PARLORS
with unusual bargains this week.
ask you to come in and see for
isfied that we save you from one-quarter to one-third on the amount
of your purchase, don't patronize us.
Btf1s hf C f s yu'd see the great. League Balls and Bats
J? a 0 1 we're giving free with every Boy's Suit. Sport
ing dealers charge 50c for them. We also give the latest puzzle
The Base Ball Combination Puzzle there is a world of fun in them
free to purchasers of Boys' Clothing. ' v
0 fr- ' "0
Fifth Avenue and Smithfield Street
" my2-D .
814 PENN AVENDE. PJTTSBUEO, PAM
As old residents know and back flies of Pitts
burg papers prove, is the oldest established and
most prominent physician In the city, devoting
speclal attention to all chronic diseases. From
SlWe NO FEE UNTIL CURED
MCDlni IQ ana mental diseases, physical
llUii V UUo decay, nervous debility, lack of
energy, ambition and bone, impaired mem
ory, disordered sight, self-distrust, bashfnlness,
dizziness, sleeplessness, pimples, eruptions, im
poverished blood, faUing powers, organic weak
ness, dyspepsi. constipation, consumption, un
fitting the person for business, society and mar
riage, permanently, safely and privately cured.
BLOOD AND SKIN &?&
blotches, falling balr, bone pains, glandular
swellings, ulcerations of tongue.moutn, throat,
ulcers; old sores, are cured for life, and blood
poisons thoroughly eradicated from the system.
IIDIMARV kidneyand bladder derange
U il I IN f n T 1 ments, weak back, gravel, ca
tarrhal discharges, inflammation and other
painful symptoms receive searching treatment;
prompt relief and real cures.
Dr. whlttler's life-long, extensive experience
insures scientific and reliable treatment on
common-sense principles. Consultation free.
Patients at a distanco as carefully treated as if
here. Office hours 9 A. M. to 8 P. H. Bunday,
10 A. M. to 1 P. M. only. DR. WHITTIER, 8
Penn avenue. Pittsburg, Pa. ap&3IK-fsuwk
OFFICES. 90U PENN AYH,
All rAm nfTl1irAtA nnd Com.
ntifiiod Tiifnftpitrpnnirincf CftTT
w.twttT. find HiTTlMTTTIO
m - f JK1 tlLU . ..
Medication are treated at tnis dispensary wuu
a success rarely attained. Dr. a K. Lake Is a
member of the Royal College of Physicians
and Burgeons, and is the "oldest and most expe
rienced BPBCIAXJST in the city. Special atten
tion given to Nervous DebiUty from excessive
mental exertion, indiscretions of youth, etc.,
causing physical and mental decay, lack of
energy, despondency, etc.: also Cancers, Old
SorelT Fits, Plies, Rheumatism, and all disease
of the Skin. Blood- Lungs, Urinary Orpan.
etc Consultation free and stietly confiden
tial. Office hours 9 to i and 7 to a p. jr.: Sun
days, 2 to 4 P. M. only. Call at office or address
a K. Lake, M. D.. M. K. C. P. SorE. J.
T.nrn:, JL D. leH&t-MWTWk
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE
loss of memory.
ITnll particulars in pamphlet
sent free. The genuine Grmy's
bpedno sold by drulsts only In
yellow wrapper. Price, tl -per
package, or six for K, or by mala,
ob km's or nrlee. far address
Bg THE GKAT MEDIUmi CO., BBBTSIO. A. X
Sold In PKUisrg by 8. 8. HOLLAND, corns
Bmlthaeld and Libert y-afs, pB-
pi I in a
judging from the big inroads bm4s
chance that enables us to sell thestl
buys choice from the .Men's fines
Dress Pantaloons embraced in.ourj
purchase. They're worth 50 ''pet
cent more money.
for your pick from the Boy's fine
long-pant Dress Suits, sizes '12 to
18, in this purchase. Their actual
value is 12. .
quantity still remains on our counters;
If you don',t want to get left.
shapes and styles, in black and ligttJ
Turban Hats, 24c to 98c.
" ; .-
COME TO THE FRONF
We won't name any prices, but
yourselves, and, unless you are sat
-raTrarmfj wj 1 1 va
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Avoid unskilful pretenders. Possess tfei peat
work. It contains S0O pages, royal 8vo. Bewtlfal
binding, embossed, full gilt. Price, only tLCe by
mail, post-paid, concealed in plain wrapper. Illus
trative Prospectus Free, if you apply now. Tho
distinguished author, Wm. ft. Parttr, M. D., re
ceived the COLD AND JEWELLED MEDAL
from tho National Medical Association,
for the PRIZE ESSAY on NERVOUS and
of Assistant Physicians may be cOBfralted, confi
dentially, by mall or In person, at the efflee of
THE PEABODX MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
No.4 BnlBnch St.,1loston, Mass., to whom all
orders for books or letter for a-Irtco should s-
directed as above. A
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