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DISPATqS-:VJDNESD.Y,'T ; JTJ2pB.&1889f
rTi LONG LIST
Names of the Dead as
Far as Already
IT IS GROWING FAST.
Each Fresh Round Adds
the Discoveries and
K lmple Mrs Christ Kane Mlsa Mary
Kane John wife and flTe -Kellso MUs
children Keller Mrs Jane
Kongh Annie Knox Sirs -
Kattensteln Mrs J and Kcnna Mrs Alice, or But-
son lcr, la
Kramer Joseph Kels Charles
Knorr Mrs i" whose body Krltzer Ueorge
has been robbed of Klsh William
valuables Kress the brewer
Klrtl John and three and family
daughters Kraft Mrs W A and two
Klrllse T W wife and children
three children Keenan Jane
King Mrs J L Keekan Mrs
KabblerMrs KIrley William
Kepper Essie Katberchild A
K eland Frank
Llghtner Mrs James
Lighten berger Mrs
Linton John P
PERSONS OF PROMINENCE
1FEOM A STAFF COEBKSrOXDEXT.1
Johksxowjt, June 4. The following is
& list of the victims of the disaster identi
fied up to this hour :
Akers OllTcr Atchlnson James
Allison Mrs J Allison Miss Florence
Aaron Mrs H & d'hter Alt Mrs George
Aarons Mrs 11 U child Akers Geo and one child
Anderson John Albert er Mrs Andy
Atkinson John Andrews John
Adams Barry Fhila
BowmanMrs & Z children
Beale Kev laTld
Bracken Alex 9 chlld'n
Burke Mrs John
Burke Mrs and daughter Baker Ed and family
Breed Davm ana lamuy isariey airs
Beam I)r W C
Burns MrsEllen JtSc'd'n
Bowles Adam wife and 2
Linton Mrs John P and
Lewis David C
Lang Walter ,
Lockhart Mrs Adolph
Leech Mrs mother of the
of schools the latter's
two sisters uncle and
brother-in-law are also
Leech Mrs and two cMl
Llvergood Mrs Lucv
Lucas Mrs Maria (col'd)
Layion Mrs Ella
Little John W A
Labon Thprpsa. Mnrl In. T.eimr Davis
fant child Lettle John of Sewlckley
Lavelle Miss Sally Linton Miss Minnie
Llllle J L Larg Samuel
Lltenger Mrs Leah LlttenbergerHancy Ella
Luckhart Mamie and Eliza
Luckhart Wm and fm'y Lane Kev James
Little J Z Llghtner John and wife
Lnu Mary Luther Mrs
Lench Nannie Llnhart Kate
Little M Little Jack
Long Mr Luckhart Mrs Adolph
Lambrlskey John and Kate
Mickey August Murphy James Q
Murphy Miss Mary Murphy Mrs James
McConagby Beamer McCammon John 8
McConaghy Mrs Beamer McCammon Mrs John 3
two children McMlUen James
Moomah Eliza Merchant U S
Mertha Mrs James and Meyers Joseph E
children Meyers Mrs Joseph
Merers John infant McConoghey Mrs J P
Vrt'nnochevMlss Mofflt Albert
Moffit Mrs Albert and Miller Joseph
Weirs Matt a child Williams Mrs D J"
Wener MrsCarl and fam- Wilton Dr J O
ily Wells Jennie
Wherry Albert WeeklandJW
Wilson James Weld John and wife
Welsh James Wagner Lizzie
Young Mrs 13 M
Harry 11 Zimmerman Morgan
Butler Chas F assistant Brnnkley Elmer
treasurer Cambria Iron Burns John
Works Barbour Carrie B
Brown Peter Butler Sarah
Barbour Henry and wife Barbour Mrs George
Baldwin G H
Blnkhart Mrs Mollle
Brooks Mrs John
Barbvenger Harry S
Benford Mrs E
Burks John ana wife
Bridges boy 4 or S y's old Busker Mrs Dan
jirau Jura sneu a s
Boyle Chas Jr Barbour Mrs Mary
Baldwin Robert Burns John
Butler C F Burt Mrs John
Burkct Mrs Ed and three Burket Mary,
Barbour Harry L IB years
Bosser Miss Bessie
Baldwin 1 Sober t
Bowman Luther Z chl'rn
Crelg Chris and family
two Cundingan Mr and Mrs
Culllton Mrs and
Cundingan Annie Christy Mrs and family
fhnnri Annlp (Viinnrv nnta
Cochran Mrs Jennie and Craft S C
three children Cavanaugh George T
Clark Mabel ClndonJohn
Cox James G Carr Alexander
Cole William Callahan Mary
Crelon J ohn Cunes Mrs Shad
Crann Mrs Christy Annie
Cooper Dr. of MeadvIlleCralgMrandMrsTA
Cox J C, of Philadelphia Clark J G
Clark Mollle Carlln , orPhlla
Christy leal Creed David and family
Clarkson Cash Mrs Thomas,
ClookTom Constable Mrs
Cox J G Cameron B C, Supt
Christ Craig and child
Dowllng Mrs Catherine
Deltrlch Mrs and child
itlbeit Miss Blanche
Davis W C
Davis Mrs M L
Downey Miss May
DellerKev rector or the
Episcopal church and
Davis Mrs Philip
Downs Mrs Kate and her
three daughters Kate
John and Marv and Theresa
aaugnier jjowney airs alary
Davis James wife and DiehlMlss
three children Davis M L
Dickson David Davis Tom and four chll-
iTiie u a sister ana aren
, Dowlln Mrs Mary
le France Mrs HT
Diamond C L
Dallmeyer C H
Davis Walter J
Duncan Mr "
Davis W L
Defraunce two Misses
Duncan Mrs J C
Evans Margie Mir
KlflprMrs OvrnR and son Marc Knu nrt Wfnia
Elder Miss Nannie Edwards J H
Eldrldge Abram Ewing C
Eldridge Samuel Evans Joslah wife and
Englebaugh George four children
Englebangh Mrs and Elms Men
several children Elmes Mrs
EckMr Eldrldge S. D
Frank Mrs Mary Frank Kate
Eltch (child) Freedman Wm
Friend John and child'n Falsom Annie
FarreilJohn Fronhelser James
Fisher Miss Fisher Squire wife and
Fisher Edward child
Fenn John and 7 chll'n Fenn John and 7 child'n
Falls Dollie Forbes Rachel
Frick Prof and famllv Fisher Mrs Mxnrrpt.T
Froellch Perry Fisher Miss Ida
Fisher John, wife six Fisher George
chll'n and servant girl Fisher (a babv)
Frohnhelser Mrs and 3Fentlman Mrs and two
Flnley Mrs James Foster Hose
Fagan Patrick, wife and French A
two daughters Fogarty Thomas
GUmore John and 4 ch'n Grumbling George and
Gore Thomas seven children
Gore Mrs Thomas Gorman Miss Grace tel-
Uardner (child) egraph operator
Greenwood Mr Geddes George
Greenwood Mrs and two Geist Mrs John and babr
daughters Galther Willie messen-
Gllm ore Mrs and 4 chl'n cef bo v
Getty. Mrs Glddes Paul
Gafft wm. wife & 4 ch'n Galther Colonel children
Glerst Walter or
Gorman Grace Gardner James' son
voiaenoergji uauner Mrs wm
juanagner xnomas (
Ulldbert Miss Minn!
me, or Gafney Mrs Wm
Beiner Mrs Lizzie
Helder Mrs Ellen
Howard James H
Hufiman B F
Howells Mrs Annie
jiannationn anaiauuiy jester
Hill Ivy child
Hufiman Mrs B F an'",
JilllVU WUSA AUU VUU"
ioffman Mrs B and Law
rence Frieda Marlon
Bertha and Josepn
infant of yns oiouenry viiuam porter
Harris F P so';
Sirs Mary E
ijcarrls Frank U
Jlarrls John wife
Hamilton Mrs Alexandria
and three children
George and Hoops Walter and lam-
Ilerst Miss Emily
Hunter Miss Susie
and Helsel Georire IS -rpjtrs
iuiu uiitiiicu um
Eowe Mrs and four Hays George
daughters Huston Minnie orEomer-
Hager Mrs George and set. Pa
two children HeOey Ed of Bloyestown
Harris chief of police Pa
wire and six children Hughes Philip two chll
of dren or
Hamilton Mrs Mollle and Hnmm
two children Hamilton Misses
arrington Harvard Jessie
V Miss Jones KIchard
es James Jones Annie
cs John Jones John wife mother
's Thomas wife In-law and six children
ighter and two sons Jones James and daugh
s Miss Mollle ter Annie
s Frank James Mrs John child
i Mrs W W sister
a KIchard ex-bur- John Mrs SM and child
ress of Conemaugh Jones Mrs H
ames Mrs A M Johnston Helen colored
Jones Maggie Jonson Secretary
JonesMrsAW Jones Mrs AM
Hoontwlfeudd child of Klein child
Klrby W D
Kress Mrs Charles 7
Klrby Mrs W D
Kress Charles F
Kerlln Mrs I
Murphy Joseph J
Myers Mrs Catharine
Marshall Charles A
Murphy James J
Maloy Jennie v
Miller Mrs J oseph
Marshall Charles A
Murphy John wife and
Miller Robert son or
Maloy sewing ma
Maloy M S grocer
Mortzclg Mrs Joseph
McCue Mrs Gus son and McBride Patrick
one daughter McCully Mrs
McWIIliams Sue McColUns , wire and
McMlller , and his en- six children
tire family McCanighy J S and fam-
McFaggan Mr wife and ily
McKennln John S Sup't Mclneny Kate
of the Cambria Lron McCann Walter
Co's wareh ouse M cRay
McAuleyPW McEnerney Nell, wife
McKlnn Mrs Robert and eight children
McHugh Mrs Gust McNallyMrsand son
McCoughrey andfam- McClarren Mrs Cogwall
Ily McKally P
McAubury P McClay Mrs Sarah
McCammon John S and McArny Annie
wife McAny Neal
Nolan Mrs and children Newman Morris
Nixon Mrs Neff Mrs
Nelll Mrs Burke and two Nelss Conrad
children Nixon Mrs Robert
Nltch Mrs Maggie Newell August
Ogle Mrs H M Ogle Minnie
Ogle Ass't Postmaster O'Connell Capt Patrick
Overbeck Wm Owens Mrs
Obrey David O'Neli Justice
O'Connor Frank candl-O'Connell Mrs
date for District Attorney
Plnder engineer Potts Miss
ProsserMrs Plnnkard John and six
Prossels Fannie and Bes- children
sle Parsons Eva May
Phillips Mrs and two Powell Fannie
daughters Palmer Mrs Walter
Potter Joseph wife and Peter Mrs
daughter N ora Poland Dr son or
Powell Howell two sons otTeurod William
Price Mrs Mary Ann andPage Samuel wile and
child of Jeannette five children
Potts Judge and family Poland Dr children
PolstEmma re n rod William
polk jonn wire and chiidrusse Mary AI
Roberts H C
Reed David C
Rogers Mrs David
Roberts airs Diepneu
Ryan Mrs and children
Reed Mrs Daniel
Rogers Mrs Patrick andUbodcs wife
Ream Joseph Roland Ramie Emma and
Richards J O Mamie
Robb Amelia Richards Miss Carrie
Kutledge and family Recke Mrs A
Randolph George of Bea-Blchards Mollle
ver Falls Rogers Mary
Robb John and family Rupert Peter wire and
Rosenstein Harry wire two children
nyiner nex wire and
and three children
Smith Mrs J H and children
Stufft Mr and Mrs and Smith Mrs Philip and
five children eight children
Sharp Napoleon and wire Storm John
Stantleld Mr and Mrs J Smith Samuel
C and Infant Scuffle Martin
Stedley Mrs Geo Stowe CH wire and five
Stump Mrs children
Ewonk Mrs Jacob and Stanger John and Leo
Smith P O and infant
Smith Mrs J L and three
Sharkey May two years Stralter Mrs Geo
om straiter aiay
Stralter Frank Smith Joseph wife and
Stenzer John two chll- three children
dren or Singer Frank and two
Singer Mrs mother or children
Frank Schutzcldeck Gottlieb a
Schoycr James and wire Hungarian
Smith James Steelel Bertha
Swenz Jennie Spitz WL
St John Doctor Kl&tpr Jtni
btrayer Mrs and family Shatcr Samnel
Stogan Mrs John
Tucker Mrs and three
Tross Miss Margaret
Thomas Mrs or Lena J
Trumphrey Henry '
Stanley Mrs and baby
T - '
Toker Mrs Joh
TopeklnJos"rJl TlttlP I 'ri-ne w.Pa
Thoborn "ij "
rr -S JOhn
,7 jokas Ann-a child
Vhomas Miss Tldvllle
Thickensteln Mrs F
Tocharsh Mrs and child
Vamer Mrs Wm
3'fXT.r Lewis Weaver Mrs Walter
,"'. Mrs Morris and child
n-'.sh Thomas and child Weisenger Mr
t orthlngton MrRlchard Wilson Preston
Wilson Dr and famllv Wllnon Mrs Ilpttlx
Warner Louisa and chil
Williams Mrs David
w enter George
Wagner Dr George A
wife and three grown
Wlldham Mrs D J
Wheat Mrs F
Watkins Mrs Mary of
Woodward Mrs George
Weincellers Mrs Lewis
Wild Mrs Jacob
Williams T J
Wehn famllv consisting
of the father lnotner
married daughter and
Williams a boy IS years
Wilson H P
This powder never varies. A marvel of, pur
Ity, strength and wholesomencss. More-ecc-nomical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot
be sold in competition with the multitude of
ow est, short weight, alum or phosphate poir
ders. Sold only in cant. EOYAL BAKING
1?0WEB CO, ifi WU St, N. Y.
A EEMAEKABLB YISIOX."
A Man, Miles From the Scene. Sees His
Friend Fall In Battle.
"Talking about mlnd-readingy" said A. G,
Caperton to a Qlobe-Democrat reporter,
"brings to mt a little circumstance which was
quite remarkable for the mystery that envel
oped it, and which was never explained on any
hypothesis known to metaphysics. Nathan
"Weeks was a Union soldier in the late war, and
fought under Grant at the battle of Shiloh.
His home was in Central Indiana. At his home
village resided an old man, Seth Benshaw, a
spiritual medium of local fame. At 2 o'clock'
in the afternoon on the day of the hottest fight
ing at Shiloh, Hensbaw was sitting In front of
a grocery store in the little Hoosier village.
J reading a newspaper, when he began to tremble
suddenly, his vision became clouded, the news
paper fell from his hands, and he arose and
"1 see my old friend, Nate Weeks, In a fight
right now. He has just been shot in the thigh,
and two of his comrades have carried him away
and laid him on a pile of straw near a small
The next day the relatives of Weeks received
a telegram mat ne naa oeen vrounaea in tuo
thigh at 2 o'clock the previous day. A letter
a few days later described the scene more fully,
and it was found that just two comrades had
carried Weeks away and placed him on a pile
of hay near a small stream. Singular to say
the spiritual medium, so called, had foretold
the event even to the minutest detail, and had
made only the mistake of "seeing" a pile of
straw instead of hay. This story has been told
to me by a dozen men of unimpeachable verac
ity, who, by the way, are always the sort of
men that vouch for remarkable stories in news
papers, it seems. Whether it was mind-reading,
thought transference, spiritism or what
not of these occult sciences, the story embodies
only absolute facts:"
Fine cabinet photographs, only 81 per
dozen, at Hendricks & Co., 68 Federal
WHAT 018 M DOM?
.There has been more- excitement and greater
discussion over, the subject of quick consump
tion, pneumonia and sudden deaths within the
last six months than ever before in the history
of the world. Doctors, chemists, scientists and
all thinking people have been interested, in
it, and the fact that more than two-thirds of all
deaths arise from throat and lung troubles has
intensified it What to do and what to use
have been the universal questions with all who
have conghs or who have, friends who are
coughing. The best thing npon the subject that
we have seen is from the well-known scientist,
William T. Cutter, State chemist of Connecti
cut, no says:
'Some years ago.whlle'residing in Kentucky,
I received a letter from a laree numDeror tun
leading physicians of New York, asking from
my long residence in Kentucky, as well as my
skill as a chemist, if 1 would furnish them with
a pure article of whiskey for the sick, l did as
they requested, and for several years furnished
tun a wnisiteyaa nearly Buibauieionneir
pmpose as 1 coma nna in jeniucicy; bat
Not a Pimple on Him Now.
Bad with eczema. Hair all gone. Scalp cov
ered with eruptions. Thought his hair
would never grow. Cured by Cuticura
Remedies. Hair splendid and not a pimple
I cannot say enough in praise of thoCtm
crBA Remedies. Myboy.whenlyearof age,
was so bad with eczema that be lost all of bis
hair. His scalp was covered with eruptions,
which the doctors said was scall head, and that
his hair would never grow again. Despairing
of a cure from physicians, I began the use of
the Ctjticuea Remedies, and, I am happy to
say, with the most perfect success. His hair is
now splendid.and there is not a pimple on him.
I recommend the Cuticura Remedies to
mothers as the most speedy, economical and
sure cure for all skin diseases of infants and
children, and feel that everymother whohas.an
afflicted child will thank me for so doing.
MRS. M.K. WOOD3CTM, Norway, Me.
A Fever Sore Eight Years Old Cured.
I must extend to you the thanks of one of my
customers, who has been enred by using the
Cuticura REMEDiES.of an old sore.caused br
. a long spell of sickness or fever eight years ago.
lie was so oau ne was icariui ne wouia nave to
have his leg amputated, bnt Is happy to say be
is now entirely well sound as a dollar. He rc-
8uests me to use his name, which is H. H.
ason, merchant, of this place.
JOHN V. MINOR, Druggist,
Severe Scalp Disease Cured.
A few weeks ago my wife suffered very much
from a cutaneous disease of the scalp, and re
ceived no relief from the various remedies she
used until she tried Cuticuba. The disease
promptly yielded to this treatment, and in a
short while she was entirely welL There has
been no return of the disease, and Cuticuba
ranks No. 1 In our estimation for diseases of
RE f . J. PRESSLEY BARRETT, D. D.,
Raleigh, N. C.
Are a positive cure for every form of skin,
scalp and blood disease, with loss of hair, from
pimples to scrofula, except possibly ichthyosis.
Sold everywhere. Price: Cuticura, SO cents;
Soap, 25 cents; Resolvent, SL Prepared by
the Potter Dbuq and Chemical Corpora
.flS-Sendfor "How to Cure Skin Diseases,"
64 pages. 50 illustrations, and 100 testimonials.
neither at that time nor during the 20 years
that have elapsed since then have I found a
pure article of whiskey Seeming to answer in
every respect what they required until I chem
ically analy2ed Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey.
Having a practical as well as a chemical knowl
edge of the manufacture of whiskey, as con
ducted in Kentucky, perhaps I am a better
judge of its merits than one having only a
chemical knowledge. I have analyzed a great
many samples of whiskey, wines, ales, etc., and
was surprised at the analysis of Duffy's Pure
Malt Whiskey to find it was absolutely pure, as
I never found this to be the case in any other
whiskey I bad examined. Its advantages to
those suffering from" Pulmonic troubles, ner
vous prostration or mental exhaustion must
necessarily be very great I consider that Its
absolute parity, as well as scientific mode of
manufacture must commend it to general use
and public favor."
' NKW -ADVERTISEMENTS.
mo EUROPE ALL THE POPULAR
r J. steamers sailing this and next month are
rapidly nuing up. Apply ior Derins witnout
delav. Tickets, drafts and letters of credit at
N. Y. rates. MAX SCHAMBERG & CO., 527
Smithfield st myll-wsu
AT IT AGAIH.!
What My brother Rivals
Say of Me.
Is the Worst Gutter in
"Women's Brussels Carpet Slippers, - 30c
Hen's Brussels Carpet Slippers, 35c
"Women's Kid Openi Slippers, - - 60c
Women's Peble Goat Ties, - - 76o
Women's Dongola Kid Button, - 81 25
An Extra Fine $3 Kid Button at - 2 00
Gents' Seamless Tip Bals, - 1 00
Gents' Sewed Dress Shoes, . 1 CO
A special bargain in Gents' Fine Sewed
Calf Shoes at only $2 00 per pair, at
THE NEW SHADES
Has introduced this spring bare proven a
78 OHIO ST., ALLEGHENY.
Va -Jfap yjlP -i.l r-Q
Xj. GHjESEIV1CA.1VII & SON,
NOS. 318 AND 320 PENN AVE.
Elegant Carriages of the highest grade.
Landaus, Broughams, T. Carts, Coupe Rocka
ways, Extention conpes. Pony Carts. 6-Passenger
Rockaways, Market Wagons, Village Carts,
Buckwagons, Cabriolets,Ladles' Phaetons,Surrey
Wagons, Top Wagons, Road Carts, Jump Seats,
Phaeton Buggies, Open Wagons.
Don't purchase a Carriage until yon pay us a
(No connection with any other Carriage House.)
TRI-MONTHLY REMNANT SALE
DOUGLAS c MACKiE'S.
All short lengths. All odd pieces or quantities. All articles of pass
ing style. All, all must go. Cost price or any other value not taken
into consideration, as go they must and shall. Now, if you want to par
ticipate and save dollars
COME TO THIS GRE AT REMNANT SALE,
Friday, June 7, and Up Till Noon Saturday, June 8.
RARV'QSkin and Ecalp preserved and
Dt0 I O beautified by Obtictjea Soap.
Every Muscle Aches.
Sharp aches, dull nains.strains and
weaknesses, relieved in one minute
by the Cuticura Anti-Pain Plaster.
The first and onlv instantaneous
pain-killing, strengthening plaster. 23 cents.
CURED OF DYSPEPSIA AND
What hundreds of people say must be true,
and now Miss Mada Fritsch wishes to tell what
has been done for her. Her stomach had-,:
caused ner untold suffering and pain for ygvja"
her appetite was poor, and she exper'.,3
such a burning and distressed feelir t'tn v
stomach. Although she tried to bSftii iS
what kinds of food she ate. yet rWuiin'Jrw -on Id
remain on her stomach for shevma j ""
her food regularly within "'m honriftiS
thej.Cw 5ch Datn over her eyes,
?J3& H55tons mucus that kept dropping
fom, rfcSinto her throat. Her bowels
wcr,JV.e, and she was very nervous. She
S.?r2.-- atment with the physicians of the
iwn and Dyspepsia Institute at 323 Penn
fiunueon March 11, and on May 15 declared
derself cured. She says: "I wish to state to
the public and my-many friends that I have
been cored or this areaaiul disease, d:
and gladly recommend these physicians to
others sunering from these diseases. 1 here
by sign my name,
"MADA FRITSCH. Economy, Pa."
Catarrh is not only the cause of nine-tenths
of the consumption of this climate, but also of
deafness, loss of memory, confusion of thought
and loss of taste and smell. Sometimes the
disease ulcerates Into the bones of tbe head or
nose, cansing them to drop out. Frequently all
of the bones of the nose become removed as
the result of ulcerative catarrh. While catarrh
has been said by many people, and even physi
cians, to be incurable, there is no disease that
the physicians .of the Catarrh and Dyspepsia
Institute, at No. 323 Penn avenue, can cure
easier, as their hundreds of testimonials already
published and on file prove.
.sirs. Dr. crossiev. one or tne consulting
clans at the Catarrh and Dyspepsia Institute, 323
Will be pleased to talk with any ladies suffer
ing with diseases peculiar to their sex. Re
member, consultation and advice is free to alL
Office hours, 10 A. M. to 4 v. M and 6 to 8 p.
H. Sundays, 12 to 4 T. M. jeo
SEE SAMPLES OP OUR REMNANT PRIOEa
Remnants of Challis, 2c a yard, all this season's styles.
Remnants of Sateens, 5c a yard, and they're lovely patterns.
Remnants of White Goods, 4c a yard a rare chance for the wee ones.
Remnants of Double Width Dress Goods, 5c a yard.
Remnants of "Double Width Colored Cashmeres, 10c a yard.
Remnants of All-Wool Suiting?, 51 Inches wide, 25c a yard; they're the regular 65c goods.
Remnants of Summer Silks, 19c a yard; they'll make nice dresses for the little folks.
Remnants of India Silks, all this season's productions, 25c a yard.
Remnants of Silk Plashes, 25c a yard. Come early for these.
Remnants of Embroidered Flounclngs and Trimming Embroideries at unheardof prices.
Odd pairs of lovely Lace Curtains atnever-before-thought-of prices.
A superb lot, odd sizes, Ladies' All-Wool Cloth Jackets that sold at S3, $4 and $5, to be placed
on sale at SI eaSh; and they're this season's goods at that.
A very nice lot of Ladles' Loop Braid Trimmed JSlack Jerseys that were SI 25, now 68c each.
And so on all along the line. All odds and ends in every depart
ment to be cleared out irrespective of cost or value.
COME EARLY A2TD SECURE GOOD BARGAINS.
Remember Friday, June 7, and up till Saturday Noon, June 8.
151 and 153 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY.
Bide view of NewDerhy.
$1 SO, $1 90, $2 20, $2 40, $2 90
There is always some risk of failure in offer
ing new shades, as. the prejudice of the public
to anything not conventional Is quite deep
rooted. BuLthanks to our good jndgment, we
have been remarkably successful with the
above stylish colors. And justly so; for they
are not loud, nor yet insipid, bnt varying from
the popular golden brown to tbe handsome tan
color. You have three advantages in buying
our new Summer Derby. Firstly, they will
not soil; secondly, they match the prevailing
fashion of clothing to a nicety, and thirdly,
they can be worn until late in the fall. You
need a hat, therefore, make no mistake, but
come direct to
The Hatter and Furnisher,
421 AND 423 SMITHFIBLD ST.
Mail Orders Promptly Filled. jeZ-wwu
For Boys' Finest Dress Suits,
WHAT OFTEN HAPPENS
when induced to buy cheap,
trashy goods from houses
that are unreliable.
d Credit Co.,
11 io I
DR. WOODS. SPECIALIST IK THE CURE
OF CHRONIC DISEASES.
WHY HE ADVERTISES.
What the late Henry Ward Beecber said
about newspapers and doctors: "I am glad
that the doctor cared him. I am glad the
doctor put it- into the paper that he cured
him, and if any doctor is certain that he can
cure such diseases and does not put it into
the papers, I am very sorry. What a pity
it would have been had this doctor come to
town, with his wealth of science and experi
ence, and gone away leaving him uncuredl
What a pity it would have been if he had
been so prejudiced against advertising as to
read the responsible certificates of the doc
tor and give him the go-by as a quack!
What are the newspapers for if not to circu
late valuable information? What more val
uable information can a newspaper give
than to tell a sick man where he can be
cured? If a man has devoted his life to the
study of a special class of diseases the ne
cessity of saying so becomes all the more
pressing. His duty to advertise becomes
Many well-known citizens of this and
other cities testify to Dr. Woods' genius
and remarkable success.. Men and women
whose lives had been ior years miserable
from disease that was pronounced incurable
have been restored to health by Dr. Woods.
So numerous and so trustworthy are his ref
erences and indorsements, so remarkable
and permanent are the cures he has effected
by bis superior skill and ability, and so conH
tinuuua ilia success uia uc swuuit pfixil-
nently forth as a physician wboTriaybe
consulted with the utmost confidence that
his treatment will cure evea-the most des
perate cases. -"
Dr. Woods advises-with all who call free
of charge. Examinations are also free to
those whodesire- treatment. Cases which
requirenedieine only are treated soccess
fuUvbv corresDondence. Send 4 cents in
Stamps for question list. Ail communica
tions sacredly conndentiai. Ail medicines
furnished (without extra charge), thus in
suring their being genuine ana properly
Db. E. A. Woods, Hotel Albemaelb,
Penit Avenue and Sixth Stbeet,
Office hours, 10 a. M. to 12 M., 2 to 5 and 7
to & P. M. jeS-
Mothers, for two days, to-day an5 to-morrow,
we will offer the best bargains in Boys
Clothing ever seen in Pittsburg. You can
take your pick of over r,oao Boys' short-pant
4 to 14 years Suits for $5; Pleated, Belts, Semi
Belts, Corded, Box, Straight Fronts, Cutaways
and countless other beautiful, fashionable and.
princely styles checks, stripes, mixtures, silk
effects; fine heathers, enduring tweeds, dressy
worsteds, corkscrews, diagonals, wales, and
many others in every shade and tint of light,
dark and medium colors a fine, rich and mag
nificent gathering that'll surprise you! and you!
and you! There are houses in town that would
say these suits are worth 12 to 15. We say
you can't match 'em for less than $10.
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For Men's Finest Suits,
Gentlemen, Twelve dollars never entwined
such custom-like, perfect-fitting and elegant
Suits as we're selling this week, and this week
"only. Every shape of Sack, Frock and Cutaway
in nearly every sensible and fashionable fabric
we've got 'em all light colors, dark colors,
quiet shades, lively designs Tailor trimmings,
and not a suit among them but what's worth gi8,
many $19, a goodly number $20 and some even
$22. Just as well dressed and sensible men as
walk the streets of Pittsburg have bought and're
wearing these fine suits that we're now selling
for 'bout half their real full honest worth
Gentlemen, if you'd like to have a hand in
values that you'll never see excelled if equaled
call before stores close Saturday and buy one of
these $20 suits for $12.
405 "Wood stL
And see the substantial
For $10, $4 Down, $1 per
Week for Balance.
SEVENTY-THREE BED LOUNGES
A. of R K K P.
Association of Regular Registered .Resident
Physicians, So. 720 Penn avenue.
Dr. Orr invites the friends of the hundreds
of patients he has cured of ealarrb and dys
pepsia daring tbe last year to call and Jlow
him and his associate physicians to prove that
they are what they claim to be, Tegnlar regis
tered resident physicians, wno are competent
to do all they claim, and that they are not trav
elers who stop Jn our city for a few weeks or
This association is founded for the protection
of those' who are being deceived by spurious
Institutes and high-sounding, but hollow titles,
aU of which is no proof of ability or legality.
We invite all persons Buffering trom chronic
diseases, medical or surgical, to call for con
saltation, free, no matter if you have been pro
nounced Incurable by some traveling doctor.
We do sot turn away all persons not easily
Office hours 10 to 1130 A. St, S to 5 and 7 to 8
rnySI-D 720 Penn ave Pittsburg, Pa.
Manufactured by us and guaranteed to be perfectly reliable, will be
sold this week for the nominal price of
$10. $4 Down, $1 per Week for Balance. $10.
LOOK AT OUR PRICES:
$4 for 40 yards genuine Chinese Matting. ,
$10 for a veneered panel Wardrobe.
$22 for 7 pieces of reliable Bed Room Furniture.
$40 for 7 pieces upholstered Parlor Furniture.
$10 for 20 yards of latest style Ingrain Carpet.
CASH ox- CREDIT.
HOUSEHOLD CREDIT CO.
405 "Wood S-fcree-b.
.:!: ACKNOWLEDGED CHAMPIONS OF LOW PRICES,
BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
406 and 408 Wood St.
PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION.
Splash Mats Decorated only 5 cents.
6-Foot Curtain Poles, brass trimmings, only
Putz Genuine .Tornado only 5 cents.
Howell's Ammonia Water only 7 cents.
Eelinsn Flnnr Hitter onlv 10 cents.
Brass Cabinet Picture Frames only 10 cents.
Wood Towel Rollers only 6 cents.
7-Pin Hat Backs only 5 cents.
No. 6 Wash Boilers only 0 cents.
Bird Cages only 0 cents.
Square Brass Cages, 75c, 69c, $L
Gents' Traveling Bag", 50c to $4 60.
12-Pieces Decorated Toilet Bet, with jar, only'
112-Plece Decorated Dinner Set only 3 0.
Umbrellas, 28-in. only 60 cents.
23-in. Gloria Silk Umbrellas only 1 25.
Colgate's Genuine JCashmere Bouquet Soap,
19 cents. .
Beautiful Vases only 10 cents.
Ruby Pt. Pitchers only 15 cents.
Boys' Sailboats, 15 cents to $1 00.
Plain Tnmblers only 2 cents.
Black Walnut Stands only SI 00.
Baby Carriage, Upholstered In Creton, Para
sol Top, only 95 00.
Croquet Sets, Varnished, in box, worth 81 50,
only 7o cents.
Large Size Mexican Hammocks only SI 25.
Beautiful Dolls from 5 cents to S2 SO.
Boys' 4-wheel Wagoni S3 cents to S2 50.
Boys' Wheelbarrows, 10 cents to 50 cents.
Girls' Iron TricycIes,S8 75 to $13 00.
Children's Iron Rakes,Hoes and Shovels only
Lunch Baskets, 15 cents to $1 60.
Waste Paper Baskets, 25 cents to Si 25.
Girls' Doll Carriages, 38c to S2 00.
Flatirons,6Bs., 6 Sis. and 7 fis., only 25 cents
Flatirons, wood handle (3 in set) only SI 00'
Wasbtnbs, all sizes. 10 cents to 75 cents.
Cedar Waterpails,3 brass hoops,only 25 cents.
Waterpalls only 10 cents.
Also a full line of Crockery Ware,Glassware,
Tinware and thousands of bargains on our 6
cent and 10-cent counters.
H. G. HAYDEN &L CO.
OUR WONDERFULSHOE TRADE
HOW WE ESTABLISHED IT.
We have been in the Shoe business but little
more than four years; yet, within that short time
have built up a trade way ahead of any other
house in the city, and now our great business
has reached such vast and gigantic proportions
that we're abreast with the two mammoth shoe
dealers of the populous East.
"And the cause of this wonderful trade?" you
ask. We keep as good Shoes as. there are in the
world as good as can be made. Many of the
very best makes we control you can't get them
.elsewhere in Pittsburg; we have every width,
every size and every half and fraction of both;
we have every style from plain to the most ultra
AU American and European Patented Eye
Glass and Spectacle frames, with glasses of
superior quality, perfectly adjnsted to the
A complete stock of Optical and Mathematical
Instruments, Medical Batteries, Photographic
Cameras. The largest and best assortment of
Artificial Eyes, 'at
' NO. 60 FTFTH AVENUE, V
. NEAR WOOD STREET.
Telephone No. 16B3. Je3-12
MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL
Repairing a specialty.
108 THIRD AVE., near Wood St. .
Telephone 852. PITTSBURG, PA.
fashion; and especially do we keep' easy, com
fortable shoes; and that are at the same time
sightly, though plain, or, others again, that're not
only comfortable, but rich, fashionable, elegant!
It's our prices, however, that are our greatest
stronghold. Selling fine Shoes at a saving to our
I patrons of from i to $2 per pair is what brings
the crowds to our store.
Fair white hands.
Bright clear complexion
Soft healthful skin.
PEARS' "tta Gmt English Compliim SOAP, SoWEveTpfteraf
D. TAYL0R&j;0.'S STOCK
. LAMPS, GLASSWARE,
TOILET, TEA AND DINNER SETS, ;
R. P. WALLACE & CCS, .
211 Wood Street, 102 and 104 Third Avenue, Between Second and Third Ave -
THE P" urnnrn
MADE ONLY Bvr IN THE YY UtLLUZ
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