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5?HE ITTSBttRG DISPATCH ' SATTJEpAT, MAT 26, 1889.
ANOTHER FAITH CURE
-A. Hopeless Invalid Who Suddenly
? i Tl OnA ol1 WoU-Of?
arose xrom ucu ouu .-. v
XDEE NEW LIMA OIL 'REFINERIES.
- ' ErMeace In Fwor of t&e Defendant ia the
V? ' Incendiary Case.
ILL THE 2TEWS PB0M KEAEBX T0W5S
, flPICIAI. TEX.XCKAX TO TBI DtSFlTCB.
IAjrKtiir, May 21. There is great ex
citement in the little Tillage of TTtSca, Four
miles north of this city.over the miraculous
cure of Mary Detreyj who for threeyears
has been bed-ridden, suffering terribly from
spinal disease and spasms. On Sunday last
Mr. E. Fenton, of BhupsviUe, a faith cure
doctoress, risltel her. and alter several sea
sons of prayers, In which Mrs. Dewey Joined,
she created a great sensation among tlrose
present or getttliE ottt of bed. dressing; herself,
and wilkin about the house, apparently as
well as err and completely rured.
Since last Sunday there haTe been no signs of
the disease which had troubled her so lone.
Since her cure she has been Tisited by many
of her friends and her home U thronged with
Visitors. She holds religious services each
eTenlns. and the lame and the bait, the sick
and the afflicted, for miles around haTe flocVed
to see her and learn for themselves the story
of her wonderful cure. -Mrs. Fenton is still In
Tjtlca, and a number of sick persons hare
placed themselves under her care.
THE DEFEASE OPENS.
Public Opinion Now Farora Baer In the
OBEENSBT7BO, MayZi The defense in the
mill burning case opened this morning. The
.most important witnesses were Charles Loner
Can, of Connellsrille; Mrs. Lewis, of Pittsburg,
.and Dispatcher Trumn, of the Pennsylvania
Railroad. Lonergan testified that Fox told
him In the TJnlontown jail that he (Fox) was
in ConnellsviUe the night of the 17th of July,
and Mrs. Lewis, an employe of Dr. Frank's
bathrooms in Pittsburg, testified that Richard
son, whom it was alleged was with Fox when
be burned the mill, was not away from the city
that night, and she remembers this distinctly,
because of the death of her child just one
In giTing testimony Fox stated that on the
sight the mill was burned, which occurred
! about 12 o'clock, he came herewith Richard
son and the .took a Southwest train for Pitts
burg, arriving there about 6 P.M. Dispatcher
Trump testified that nothing came in from the
Southwest road that night. Frank Baer was
placed on the stand this af ternoonjbut noth
ing of importance was developed. The case is
growing in interest hourly, and public opinion,
which has been strongly against Baer since his
arrest; seems to be changing.
Two Mare Independent Companies Will Re-
fiae the Lima Crnde.
rsrxcui. telegeam to the sisfjltch.i
Lima, May 31 Mr. Albert Neilson, an old
refiner of many years experience, has been
here since the first of January, engaged in
making refined oil of the despised Lima crude.
In an interview to-day he said the results ob
tained are thoroughly satisfactory. He has
been able to remove 'every partible of sulphur
from the oil, but saj-s the expense is conslder
ably greater than that incurred in treating
Pennsylvania oil. The Ohio oil is very rich in
He says there are over 20 methods of treating
Ohio oil successfully. Of course the Standard
had an object in saying that it was impossible
to "refine the oil, the object being to obtain the
control of the Ohio field, which they have done.
He sajs the Standard have known all along
that the oil could be refined, as he had refined
It for them at their works in Baltimore, where
he was in their employ for many years.
As a result of the experiments made here a
.large refinery will be built by two of the Inde
pendent companies, of which Mr. Kellson will
have full charge.
ACCIDENT IN A MINE.
One Hon Killed and Sererml Injarfcd by a
I Falling; Ore Backet.
tvu.KESBAjuuv'nayz. a. temoie accident
. happened at the new Pettebone shaft of the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad
Company this evening. Ten men were engaged
at work in the shaft drilling rock. They
had just sent to the surface a
bucket containing one ton and a half
of rock. When the bucket ncared the mouth
of the shaft the rope broke and the heavy
bucket and its contents fell down the entire
length of the shaft, crushing the men at work
in the bottom.
Edward Jones was killed and Sam German,
James Coyle, Cornelius Con and George Neat
were fatally injured. George Greesly was seri
ously injured. Coyle had both legs broken.
Con had four ribs caved in and one arm broken.
A REFINERY OX FIRE.
Quite a Lively Time at Oil City for a Little
fgrrcIAI. TXXEOBJUt TO TBI DtSR.TCH.l
On. City, May 21 At 6 o'clock this after
noon a fire broke out in the Penn Refinery
works on the east side of the city, destroying
the filling room, barrel works and the machine
shops and still. Several cars ot oil caught fire,
bnt the flames were extinguished.
The passengers on the Titusville train were
transferred owing to the intense heat; The re
finery was owned br Soar t Justus. The fire
originated in the filling room. The loss is esti
mated at 17,000.
Both Are Indicted for Mnrder.
rETXCUX. TXLXORXH TO TUB DISPATCH.!
NewJiABTlNSYli.i.E, W. VjC, May 24 The
grand jnry of this county, after an investiga
tion into the cause of the death of Lizzie Tag
gart, the girl who died at Proctor from mal
practice last week, to-day brought in indict
ments for murder against Drs. T. A. and F. V.
Cox. the physicians in the case. The doctors
have been in jail for a week past.
He Confesses ta One Crime.
rSPXCUI. TZXXORAX TO THB DI8PATCH.1
Tiffin, May 24. William Bingham, a prom
inent citizen of Attica, has confessed to the
setting fire of his neighbor's barn. The matter
has caused great excitement, as he is believed
to have been the cause of the many Incendiary
fires which have burned two-thirds of the town
in the past two years.
WHAT WAGES MINERS AEE PAID.
None Receive Over 9700 a Tear, and Many
Are Paid bat 8200.
tErXCIAI. TXIXCRAM TO THE DISPATCH.!
Habeisbueo. May 24. Prof. Bolles,
Chief of the Bureau ot Statistics, has adopt
ed a new method of ascertaining the average
wages paid in the coal nines of this State.
He forwarded to the different collieries
blanks in which the wages of ten miners in
each colliery receiving the highest amonnt
'and ten receiving the lowest amonnt were
asked to be -recorded. In this way the
wages of about 20,000 miners have been re
ceived at the Department of Internal Affairs,
from about 130 collieries.
The wages of the best paid miners amount
to over $700 a year and the lowest to $200.
The average in the anthracite and bitumin
ous regions, Prof. Bolles says, will be about
5500. A considerably lower figure prevails
in the bituminous than in the anthracite
THE QUEEN Of TABLE WATERS.1:
The filing at the ApoWnaris Spring
in Rhenish Prussia) amounted to
11,894,000 bottles in 1887, and
12,720,000 homes in 1888.
Of alt Crtcrrt, Jinirpsts, and Minn-el Water
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
Mr. ,F. 8. Eldee, Clarington, this
county, whose son's eyes have been crooked
lor some years, had one or them straightened
by Dr. Sadler, the oculist, last week while
In Pittsburg. The pain was so slight he en
dared it without taking an anesthetic.
There was but little soreness after. forest
Washincten, Lincoln, Grant, Garfleld. Han
cock, liosan, Sheridan and Harrison.
That beautiful work of art, "Homes of
American Heroes," contains the more or less
humble or pretentious homes of the above
named patriots, most artistically engraved
and lithographed in 10 colors. This costly
and handsome souvenir will ba presented
with every purchase of not less than 51 worth
of goods at Kanflnanns' to-day. It is some
thing worth getting and preserving.
MEN'S pure silk underwear.
Jame3 H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth ave.
Homes of American Heroes
Is the title of a most magnificent work of
art, consisting of a number of beautifully
engraved" and 'colored leaflets, tied together
with a silk ribbon. This -unique and costly
souvenir has been especially designed as a
Decoration Day souvenir for Kaufmanns',
and will be given gratis bv them to-day to
all purchasers of Jl worth (or more) of
Ladies' genuine French flannel blouse
waists, stripes and plaids, at 51 49, at Kauf
A magnificent variety of extra fine
quality ladies' flannel blouses, all colors, at.
$1 75, at Kaufmanns' to-day.
AnOiheb lot of those ladies' handsome
beaded wraps at $2 98 will be sold by Kauf
manns' to-day. '
Special Hot Weather Clothing Sate.
1,200 men's nobby flannel coats and vests,
very cool and stylish, regular price $2, at
only 98c for choice to-day at Kaufmanns'.
A NOTED F0RGER-4"1Sp!SSr0
often a tketeh of the lite and methods
Charles .Price, the first forger of bank notes.
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
(Aocust Fachel.. .Mansfield
jMHIomlne iTelkel Mansfield
J John Pritchard PitUbnrg
1 Mary A. Morgan PltUonrg
J Charles Iverson Braddock
J Angusta Lind eerg , McKeesnort
(Kouert J. Fulton Allegheny
3 Martha II. Beynolds Allegheny
t Frank H. Taylor ..MurryiTllIe
Aggie Bortz MurrysYlUe
5 Louis 'Will i Pittsburg
J Caroline Dietrich Pittsburg
j 'William Lutx Pittsburg
Helena Leon Pittsburg
BROWNE On Friday. May 24, 1SS9, at 3:15
P. H Maboakkt L., relict of the late James
M. Browne, aged 69 years.
Funeral services at her late residence. Fifth
avenue, Oaaland, on Monday, May 27, at 8 p.
M. Interment private. d
BRADY-On Thursday, May 23. 1889.
Michael Edward, son of John and Bridget
Brady, aged 6 years 8 months.
Funeral from the residence of his grand
mother, Mrs. Rosanna Cnckard, Bennet street.
Homewood, on Satubdat, 25th, at 2 p. H.
FLENND2EK On Thursday, May 28, 1889,
at 4:30 a. m., Robert Flekniken, late of San
Francisco, CaL, aged 43 years.
Funeral services at his late residence, Edge
wood, P. R. R on 8ATUBDAT AFTEBNOON at
3 o'clock. Interment private. 2
FRITZ On Friday at 8 o'clock A. M., at the
residence of her mother. No. 2S8 Main street,
Allegheny, Rosina Rathaetna Mahoab
ETHA Feitz, daughter of Mrs. R. Fritz and
Christ Fritz, deceased, aged 15 years 11 months
and 14 days.
Fnneral services will take place Sunday,
the 26th of May, at 2 o'clock p. jr., in the Evan
gelical Lutheran St. Peter's Chufch, Liberty
street, near Cedar avenue, Allegheny.
KLEITZ On Friday, May 24. 18S9, at 4 o'clock
A. JC, Jacob Kleitz, in his 67th year.
Funeral from his late residence. Pine creek,
near Sharpsburg, on Sunday, May 28, at 2
o'clock P.M. Friends of the family are re-
je&KttdUrimted -to attend: '" " '
LAPPANAt the family residence, 5S5
North Hiland avenue. Nineteenth ward, at 930
p.m. on Friday. May 24, 1889, Cathabine
Blanche, youngest daughter of James and
Margaret Lappan, aged 12 years 8 months 23
Funeral services at Sacred Heart R. C.
Church, Center avenue. East End.on Sunday.
26th inst, at 2.30 P. M. Friends of the family
are respectfully invited to attend. 2
MOHN On Wednesday, May 22, 1889, at 9 p.
it, Annie, wife of George Mohn, Jr.. aged 28
years 3 months 6 days.
Funeral from her late residence. No. 3938
Penn avenue, on Satubdat aftebnoon at 2
o'clock. Friends of the family are tespect
f ully invited to attend. 2
PARKER On Thursday, May 23, 1889, A.
Martin, eldest son of ThaddeusT. and Frances
J. Parker, aged 22 years.
Funeral will take place from the residence of
his parents, Sharpsburg, Pa., Satubdat
AFTEBNOON, May 25, at 2 o'clock. 2
RIESMETER Friday, May 24, 1889, at 10 45
A. M.. ANNA Mast Riesjieter, aged 83 years
and 8 days.
Funeral will take place from the residence of
her son, Henry Kiesmeyer, 501 Forbes avenue,
corner of Moultrie street, Sunday afteb
noon, 26th inst, at 2 o'clock. Friends of the
lamny are respectfully invited to attend. 2
STUBBS-Fnday, May 24, 1889, at 9 o'clock
A. it, at the residence of her parents. No. 172
Robinson street, Allegheny. Mollis J eldest
daughter of W. G. and Letitia A. Stubbs.
Funeral services at residence Sunday at 4
o'clock p.m. Interment private Monday at 2
o'clock p.m. 3
JAMES ARCHD3ALD A BRO
LTVERY AND SALE STABLES,
117, 119 and ISO Third avenue, two doors below
Smithfield st, next door to Central Hotel.
' Carriages for f nnerals,3. Carriages for operas,
parties, io, at the lowest rates. All new car.
nages. Telephone communication. myl-11-TTS
pEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN ISO.
ASSETS . t9fl7L69833.
Insurance Co. of North America.
Looses adjusted and paid by WHjLiAM L 1
JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. iai3.D
A Few More Tempting
lirati1SU?m?5J?STJn tc,is'd5Pa?1j?entre h8ve,S0,?e remarkable bargains. First, in Body Brnssels Carpets we ofier
plicated in any regular market for less than 81 and 1 25. Come early for choice: better eoods at $1 up. Our fine of Tanestrv Brussels at
grains in great variety, nail, atair Carpets,
usual the most complete stock. Thousands of
nave never oeen surpassea in value; new lines
tieres, ?3 a pair up. Curtain Laces, Scrims,
up. Shade Cloths, all colors. Curtairi Poles
MIiINEBT DEPABTMENT All
Wealths of Plowers in wreaths', roses,
a r. t-Sfr-SirS. "5 oner special bargains tms wees. 40-inch all-wool Gray Serges,
string and ,tnr 3 S?ii? MM?-
o-i. n.ZH ' .7. i?" ""VH" '
iasameres. biik wnrn
due warp Henriettas at
Black Surahs, extra values,
PAEASOLS LlsTD STJIST UMBRELLAS.
tfmbrerSl handlM " We" " the mediUm Md short one' in "Ia5n' atriPed and sllta and black- Qold "'
at popuricl iaM?fTo fSiSft &?" Gl0VM- TraTeHnR VaUSM' SaheIS B8gS
fcB-aStmJPJJff ,v Tf J.44
In the Easement Bargain
Annex Entrance just
inside our Fifth avenue
The enormous sale of Car
pets by us since April i has
left manv broken lines and
single pieces of Carpets in all
grades, which, although de
sirable in pattern and good in
quality, we will not duplicate
We have just put them into
our Basement Annex at large
reductions from our regular
18 to 20c.
Heavy Cot. Ingrains,
25 to 35c.
Extra Super Unions,
40 to 50c.
Extra Super Best,
55 to 65c.
Tap. Brus., lowest, 45c.
Body Brussels, - 85c.
China Mattings, from
S3 50 per roll (40 yds.)
N. B. We have to-day
placed on sale at a discount of
30 Per cent from recent prices
a largeline of English Ingrain
Art Squares of our own im
portation. ft McCLINTOCK
33 FIFTH AVENUE 33
PATENT SHEET IRON ANNEALING
With an Increased capacity and hydraullo
machinery we are prepared to furnish all work
in our line cheaper and better than by the old
methods. Repairing and general machine
worx. Twenty-ninth street and Allegheny Val'
MANUFACTURERS AND MERCHANTS'
INS. Co., 417 Wood street, Pittsburg, Pa.
Capital J2o0,000 00
Assets January L18S9 363,745 80
Directors Chas. W. Batchelor. President;
John W. Chaltant, Vice President: A E. W.
Painter. Robt. Lea, M. W. Watson, John Wil
son, Joseph Walton, Wra. G. Park, A M.
Byers, J as. J. Donnell, Geo. E. Painter, John
Thompson, Win. T. Adair, Secretary; Jas.
Little, Assistant Secretary; August Ammon,
General Agent. ja22-46-TTS
WESTERN INSURANCE CO.
Assets , 3418,60187
NO. 4U WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIMICK. President.
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President
fe22-26VTTS WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
ELIXIR OF OPIUM
Is a preparation of the Drug bywhlch its in
jurious effects are removed, while the valuable
medicinal properties are retained. Ipossesses
all the sedative, anodyne, and antispasmodic
Sowers of Opium, but produces no sickness of
le stomach, no vomiting, no costive ness, no
headache. In acute nervous disorder s it is an
invaluable remedy, and is recommende'd by the
' E, FERRETT, Agent,
372 Pearl St., New York.
Carpet Squares, Bugs and Mats, all sizes. Oil
Curtains sold this season and plenty more of
from lc to S2W, just opened of our own importation. Silk and Oriental Cnrtains. heavv
etc, by the yard. Also, Tapestries and Silks
in cherry, ebony, walnut, oak and bamboo, with
the novelties in Hats and "Bonnets, trimmed
sprays, buds, etc Gauzes, Laces, Nets. etc.
"T. 'fIL..,?!!?.!?0? oth Su ting,, light weights and colors,
. "8" """ "" 'w vumumaHocg, ouc
51 and 81 25 are special! v eood. In Silks see
fit. anri 7R. Rla.b- laillA Am..... T .1
Eailles. Armnres. RarntliPA
awathdown!k " Jme7' C1th " Btockinette
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FUH FOR THE CHILDREN,
"All work and no play makes Jack a dull
boy." Therefore we propose to exhibit in our
show windows to-day something that will in
terest and amuse the children their elders,
too, perhaps. Everybody has heard of that
fascinating little puzzle, known as "Pigs in
Clover." Now to-day wo will show
LIVE "PIGS IN CLOVER."
We propose to make this Children's Day all
over the store, and call attention fp what we
School Hats and Millinery of all kinds, Jer
seys and Blouses, Cloaks, Jackets and Reefers,
White Dresses and Aprons for little girls up
to 6 years of age, alnslin Underwear, Corsets
and Corset Waists, Collars apd Cuffs, Neck
wear, Gloves, Hosiery and Underwear and
Furnishing Goods in general; Dolls, Toys, Toy
Kitchens, Garden Tools, Toy Dishes, Dolls'
Carriages, Dolls' Wardrobes, Tricycles and
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES,
504,506 and 508 Market st,
CLIP THIS ADVERTISEMENT.
It will entitle you to a souvenir,
if presented to us when you make
your purchase, provided you buy
$1 or more.
We have made SPECIAL PREPARATIONS
to have our line of KID GLOVES complete
for the May Musical Festival. The impression
thatwe keep only high class goods is erroneous.
We have kid gloves from 76c up, and specially
recommend our $1 glove in both 4-button and
S-hook, which we have in ail the latest shades
andnew stitchings. We fit and guarantee every
alr. We have all the novelties out in Fans,
adies' Neckwear, Handkerchiefs, Ruchings,
Collars and Cuffs, etc, etc. Don't forget our
Corset Denartment. We keen Reliable makes
1 only, from 76c up to $8 Si), and fit them to the
SPRING AND SUMMER, 1889.
Underwear and Hosiery.
Our own special hand loom made Silk, Lambs'
Wool, Merino, Balbriggan, Lisle Thread, etc
I I nUCC FOR SPRING
uLUVEtO AND SUMMER.
Dress. Promenade, Driving, etc Best
makers. First-class only.
No. 8 King Edward St,
UUUUUO, J- u,
No. I Rue D'Pzes, Paris office. my8-Z4-TTS
.A.TIE IT T S
O. D. LEVIS. Rnllcltnrnr Patent.
181 Fifth avenue, above Smithfield, nextLeader
office. (No delay.) Established 20 years.
Cloths, all widths, at rVhtnri.
those specialties at 81. Si 20 SI m. 82 and
for Curtains bv the vrl nt .!. ,,,!, -vrUAn
trimmincr in ereat varlot vi.it nr nnhni.t.
nnd nntrimmprl All' .mi,. a i t
Misses' school and dress Hats. Boys' Hats,
25 and 31c, would be cheap at 40c and 50c
low. mace ana colored Albatross, lilaotr
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AX Y "v
the 24-ineh "Rinv n. nt.. i si iii..jih..i. ...'- w..i. n. alii-.
TJI ... . w ' ". .
'Ra.rizfmpra anA nt!.... A..... .. nf -..t,
Jack. Silk and Cashmeres, Capes and Fichus, Beaded Capes. Suits for ladies and
STREET, ALLEGHENY, PA;
B. & B,
SA TURD A y, May 25.
This morning, as usual, we
extend the freedom of' our
stores to the gentlemen. Ladies
who wish to witness the novel
scene of men out shopping will
do well, when tn to-day, to
take a look at the Gents' Fur
nishings aad Hosiery Depart
ments. Don't disturb or con
fuse the gentlemen. They
may be a little awkward about
it, but lay the blame to hurry
and worry of business.
Our Gents1 Furnishings
lead. The leader of the Fur
nishings to-day is the new
$1 25 Fine French Flannel
Tourists' Shirts. This Shirt
never sold for less than $2.
Fine French Flannel Shirts,
including fine silk stripes, full
varieties and excellent quali
ties, up to $5. Good Flannel
Shirts at 50c. ,
Our Dollar Laundrled White Shirt
Our three for $2 Unlanndried White Shirt.
Nice quality Unlanndried White Shirt at 60c
Neckwear Latest styles.
Every new thing finds its way
here. Neckwear for all pur
poses, all times and all occa
sions, 25c to $1 50.
Two new ones Crepe da Chene Four-in
Hands, 75c, and Pure Linen Four-in-Hands,
60c These Linen Four-in-Hands are the best
wash tie made.
New style Brocade and plain India Silk Ties,
Windsor ends, whites, dark colored, black and
whites, etc., 60c
Collars and Cuffs All the
best brands, latest styles and
Underwear Led by the 200
dozen 25c fine French Bal
briggan. This is a "remark
able value" line new goods,
chosen, on account of its won
derful value, to be the leader.
Special values also in Balbrig
gans, 35c, 40c and 50c.
106 dozen of our special 75c, finished seam,
Balbriggans, worth 1.
100 dozen ot our special 60c silk finished Bal
briggans. Eiastlo seam Jeans Drawers, it
Nzghl Shirts Six special
lines, plains and fancies, two
lines t each at OcK 75c and $1.
Blazer Coats, fine French Flannel Stripes,
$3 60. Caps to match, 60c
Our Hosiery Department
will present a lively scene to
day. It's always so, rain or
Belts Cotton, Lisle Thread
and Silk Snake Buckles-
5c in Cotto?i to $1 50 in Silk.
Umbrellas A large and
complete stock. Our best Um
brellas are guaranteed for a
year, l lie best makes to be
found here, $i 25 to io.
This is for Monday. There'll be many more
and better bargains to announce when Mon.
day comes, but a few to carry in your mind
A special lot, one large case, 88-inch Suitings,
(All-wool, in two shades of gray and one of
brown, at 25c worth 60c
A large line of choice 40-Inch, All-wool Alba
tross, at 25c, worth 50c.
Lot of fine Imported, double-width, Cheviot
Suitings at 25c, worth 60c
Three large lots of dollar novelty Suitings,
double widths. All-wool, imported goods, ex
tra value at SI; price 75c;
Wide imported Zephyr Ginghams at 15c
Fine Scotch Zephyrs, still larger choice, 20c
Finest at 30c Anderson's at 40c
All-wool fine French Challls, good patterns
115. 117. 119. 121 '
Federal Street, Allegheny.
a lot at 75c and 80c a yard, cannot be dn
BO nnpnnlp for nnalitv and design. In
Cnrtains and Curtain materials we have as
nn ini. lr
r. while we are certain they
Tnrr.nninn AnH r.hpnille Cnrtains and Pof.
hi,. j. Tn. ,.oml miz
..Jn.nt t iii find itMrnnib.
-pui r 1.. ..': : a... .a ,o-
infants' Caris. full assortments at popular
All - wool Cashmeres, summer weights. 35c
from 50c to $2. Black and white Plaids,
TJnn'a Ve nn. nlnln nnd side bands.
.0-. -. ,
Customers can always rely on Our Goods place the most
implicit confidence in 'em. For our aim has ever been to
merit eulogium similar to the Roman proverb cited by Cicero:
"You May Trust Him in the Dark 1"
No matter which way the mercury jumps people can buy from
us just the same. We've got something for everybody to wear
for every minute in the 24 hours.
We can do nothing unnatural or impossible. We can't paint
a cork, so as to resemble a rock that itUl sink to the bottom
if cast into a stream, but - '
Wef are selling all kinds of Seasonable- Clothing, Hats, Fur
nishing Goods and Fodtwear at Prices which we guarante
are the .Lowest in this or any other city in the Union.
YOU SHOULD KNOW THAT THE ,
Men's Suits We Sell at $8 1
In Sacks and Frocks, Summer Weights, cannot be purchased out
side our Store for less than $10, and in many stores you'd pay $12 for
Suits of like Quality.
Men's Suits We Sell at $10 !
Are remarkable Values for the Money, that you can take choice from
Cheviots, and Light and Dark Colors or Plain, Fancy and Wide Wale
Worsteds, and that we certainly expect to attract to our Store for these
Bargains every man in town who wishes to obtain the best $zo Suit
Men's Suits We Sell at $12 !
Are elegant for Dress Wear of the Average Man. 'Tis with Suits at this
Price and at 15, 18 and S20 that we "hustle" the tony tailors, and it is
where we leave Competition very far behind. Handsome and Stylish
Spring Suits, Frocks and Sacks, in Cheviots, Casimeres, Corkscrews, Im
ported Irish Tweeds, Shannon Mill?, Etc Every Suit elegantly made
and finished, and not to be duplicated outside our Store under at LEAST
30 per cent more money. i
MEMBERS G. A. R.ATTEHTIOH!
While Some Dealers make a Big Blow about Selling
GENUINE BLUE MIDDLESEX SUITS
At 10, and others vow they undersell everybody, while their price is
I,i2, we hereby offer the Same Suits
FOE $8 OZfcTZLfS"!
When it comes to the cheaper goods we have them from $2 go up,
and guarantee to give you choice at any price from this up to $15 from
a stock three times larger than you'll find in any other store in this city.
A Complete Assortment of G. A. R. Hats, Cap3, White Tests, Gloves, Etc
HOT WEATHER CLOTHING!
Our Store chuck full of desirable goods at the Lowest Prices. Coats
in Cretonnes, Alpacas, Mohairs, Pongees, Linens, Seersuckers, etc., from
19c up to 4. Coats and vests from 98c to $8. Black Summer Coats
For Beauty of Design, Tasteful Styles, Perfection of Detail
in Boys' and Children's Clothing
We're far ahead of Back History or any other house in this part of the
country. The perplexing problem, "What Shall I Buy for the ,Boys?"
that fills many a mother's mind can be solved very easily by simply com
ing to our Store. We have
Boys' Elegant Suits at $4 !
You can take choice from over 1,000 Suits every fashionable style,
every correct fashion. The generous assortment will win your good willji
the extraordinary low price will cause you to buy instanter. Of course
we know that other dealers copy our styles and endeavor to imitate our)
patterns, but none of them have the pluck to match our low prices; when
it comes to quality they are as dumb a.4 oysters. .
A WORLD OF SHIRT WAISTS
For the Boys and an unexcelled line and beautiful assortment of Ladies'
and Children's Blouses and Blouse Waists. Undoubtedly we show the
Prettiest Styles and Designs ever shown in this city. We will offer this
week 500 dor: Best Quality "Star" Waists, same goods as are being re
tailed all over town at $1 50, for 83c only.
One Dollar Twenty-four Cents Only for a Man's Elegant
Light-Colored Derby, worth Every Cent of $2 25 I
Now you would-be Competitors of ours, Match this Bargain if yon
can; if you dare. We don't mean match it in print, but in your stores. But
you know you can't do it. This is one of the Bargains for which we are?
famous, one of our old-time Competition Paralyz ers.
Men's Straw Hats 74c Onlyl Sold all over town for 98c and $1 25, Boys'
' Straw Hats 39c onlyl Sold all over town at 50c and 60c Children's
Straw Hats 25c onlyl Sold all over town at 39c and 50c
Our Great Sale of Summer Underwear a nd Footwear is now on and
should be attended by' everyone wishing to save money.
The Famous ECHO PISTOL an entirely Harmless Toy r
Giyen Away FREE with every Purchase of a Boy's or
ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
GRAND BARGAIN STORE,
300 to -400 Market street.