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jfSpIoper Cochran Will Not be Prose- ger Quay w 0n board the limited I I rJ jfiBPHm ., w ftfii& '
CUled for Perjury Because Of last irieht, homeward bound from "Washing- fMkl A n " ' MlQalHk ' JMm'tS CnWV-'Tl9 '''''?'''
BPF ton. He was a little more communicative II IVI V L y ipHT IhB ,, , tl; ' J-iri ! ji n ' '?ffr
BP" than usual, and indicated pretty clearly VXrl I t, ' .w .AiTrmniV Kmirl JcsSl Hl nH r 1 ITv til TVT 'Cl JTrSf&i.
HISEOMAKTIO RUNAWAY WEDDING
loungstown's Defaulting City Clerk Still
Holding' the Fort.
ALL THE XWS FBOH 5EARBI TOWKS
IEriCI.lI. TELXOBAX TO TUB BI8PATCE.1
Meadtcixe, November L The storm
which greeted the embarkation on
the matrimonial ship of "Willis
B. Cochian and Miss Anna H.
Lewis, who recently eloped from Franklin
and were married in Pittsburg, has entirely
subsided. Mr. Cochran arrived in this city
Thursday evening and registered at the Colt
House, and this morning met his wife, her
mother and Mrs. Bnrnham, on their arrival
here on Nypano train 5 from New York.
The party repaired at once to the hotel
and peace prevailed from the start. Mrs.
Lewis, mother of the bride, stated that the
only objection laised by the parents on
either side was the youth of the bride and
groom. The party departed ior their home
in Franklin this afternoon.
PROHIBITION KILLED HIM.
Joslan Fritz Worries Over a Sacrificed Sale
.- ui CotrimUi Suicide.
Readwg, November L Josiah Frits was a
prosperous landlord at Summit Hill, Pa., and
the owner of several fine farms in the northern
section of this county. When the temperance
agitation in regard to the prohibitory amend
ment commenced .abont a year ago, it pro
duced a Strong impression upon his miad.
-He became morose and melancholy, and
finally In a tit ot despondency be sold bis botel
lor about One-fourth its valneand removed last
spring to one of bis farms in Albany township.
this county, near toe Tillage or atony nun.
The sale of his hotel at a sacrifice apparently
unsettled his mind, as all summer he imagined
that the Prohibitionists were after him' to de
prive him of his farms and other property.
Last evening however, he appeared to be in
better spirits, bnt this morning when the mem
bers of bis family looked for him he was not to
Finally, the garret was searched when his
body was discovered in a dark corner suspended
from & rafter and cold in death. He left a
note in which he Stated that be was tired of
belnc forever harassed and tormented by the
Prohibitionists and bad determined to take his
own life to be rid of further persecution. Fritz
leaves a large estate.
CLAIittIKU THE OFFICE.
Yonnetowns Defanltlnc Cltr Clert ts Kot
SatUfled Even Yet.
KTtClli. TlLEuBaU TO THK blSFJLTCB.1
Toukostowjt, November L John S. Roller,
the defaulting City Clerk, who was found
short in bis accounts nearly 2,300, and who re -signed
to take effect November 1, Is still in
possession of tbe office to-night, and claims to
be City Clerk. No one has been elected Clerk
by tbe Council, and Roller claims that under
the statute he will retain possession until his
successor is appointed and qualified.
(Solicitor Rose states that Howard Roller, a
son of tbe clerk; has been in charge of the
office, and that tbe authority of the ex-Clerk
will not be recognized.
THAT CHDRCH FIGHT.
Two of the Priests Arretted Bnt Terr
TSPXCtlL TU.XOK.Ut TO THB PtSrJ.tCB.1
'WttKKSfcAa&fi, Pa., Notetnber L-Father
'Donahue and Father Burba were arrested this
evening at Plymouth for removing the sacred
vessels from the Polish Church. Martin
Wilkes, the Polish leader who is fighting
Bisbnp O'Hara, was tbe complainant. Tbe
priests were discharged, and the costs put on
Tbe latter was hissed by an immense crowd
after leaving the Justice's office. Wilkes sari
he.will get rid of the church now, evidently
meanln be would destroy it
DEAD FOR DAYS.
A Case That Looka Terr Much Like Harder
iSFECTAI, TXLEaBAM TO THE DISFATCB.1
lBwra, November L Mrs. Valentine, a lady
aged 60 years, who lived by herself In a house
In the suburbs of the town, was fonnd dead
to-day by her Sister, Who had come to visit her.
A doctor was called, who said sbe had been
dead several days.
- When found, ber head was under tbe sofa,
as if she had been pushed there. The trunks
and drawers had been ransacked, and the peo
ple livinc near suspect ioul play, as they are
sure they heard some person in the house
A FICTITIOUS WAR.
There Hna cs Yet Been No More Bloodshed
In West Virginia.
"Whxklhtq, November L A special jnst
recsived says that telegrams sent out to-day
.purporting to come from Milton. W. Va.. in re-
i'gard to tbe Hatfield-McCoy trouble in flarts
creek district, Lincoln county, and a battle
said to have taken place yesterday, are totally
yifalse; There has been no tronble since Thurs
day night of last week, when McCov and U &1av
The special says excitement is abating, and
there is no necessity foi the presence of
A HUSBAND'S SAGE.
.He Strikes His Wife and Probably Kills
rSPEajU. TELEGRAM TO TUB DISrATCH.1
&?-' Youkgstown, November 1 At 7 o'cl ock to-
, . t r "ul- "Miea rimonas, a Dutcner, mulcted m-
'iyigje' juries upon his father-in-law, John C. Mc-
-'; ;Creery. aced 64 yeara, that will cause bis death.
"n? Jnhis race he seized the old man and threw
- " him down the stairs head foremost.
Jfr .T06 trouble ww caused by a quarrel in which
. -Edmonds" wife was concerned. She was also
n,. ' t struck twice Dy her husband, bnt not seriously
t The Jnry Fails to Agree.
Yottkostowtt, November L The jury In tbe
Base of Rev. Jay P. Van Etten, indicted for
embezzling property from Mrs. Homer, a
"widow, residing here, after being out two days
stud nights, reported to Judge Johnston that
they were unable to agree, and were dis
charged. Van Etten wlU be tried again at the
next term of court
Open Charges of Brlberr.
. (israelii, tiliohjlu to tux out itcka
" Tans, November L A great sensation
was caused here to-day by the open charge
that certain members of the City Council had
been bribed by sewer contractor. An inves
tigation will follow, and startunr develop
ments are expected. " r
A Fierce Political Contest.
rgrSCXAX.TZXEGEJLX TO THX DISPATCH.!
JaLEXCllBUlMJ, November L Tbe Hon. J. B
Neale. candidate for re-election as Jndira of
.. S-Armstrong county, was serenaded at the Jenk-
r -Sins House to-nicht bj1 tbe Leecbbnrg Cornet
, .' Band. A bitter fight is being waged In this
m --contest with license or no license as tbe issue.
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. . A MALICIOUS JOKE.
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,?'&, Robert Patterson, Scared bx a Companion,
Falls Thlrty-Six Feet.
1' 1! -..f I..!.. r -r- , .
e iives va eluu o.i..u tuc icaroi x.ngine
;Souse No. 4, iras playing with several
rnmnanlons Id the new four-storv house nf
William Hackct, No.C02 Filth avenue, yes
terday afternoon. The boy was walking the
joist of the third floor, when one of his com
panions yelled that the police were coming:
.' Patterson became frightened, lost his bal
ance, and fell through the three floors of
' joist; down into tbe cellar, a distance, of 36
' feet He was picked up and carried into
his house and Dr. BarOey called, who after
an examination found tbe boy had no bones
broken, but was hurt interoelly and badly
bruised about the bead and body. His re-
covery is doubtful.
THBBE, FORTUNES, a
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jayai m. ,w-UiiuW o. .AT IjXoB''AXIi DRTJGKMsMB. ,.j
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.waMqgtt -. -,1'- - fctSHl ISSSWS SMI SI ,WTlMj
Senator Quay Returns From a Harried Visit
to the President.
Senator Quay was on board the limited
last night, homeward bound from "Washing
ton. He was ft little more communicative
than usual, and indicated pretty clearly
who should succeed Mr. larkin iu the post
office. A couple of newspaper men had a few
minutes' conversation with him on this sub
ject while the train was being made up.
"Senator, the Pittsburg people are anx
ious to know who the new postmaster u to
be. Had any appointment been made?
v "No, I have not heard of any appoint
ment being made."
"Whom do you regard as likely to get
"Well, I think Mr. McKean stands a
very good chance."
"Did you see the President when you
were in Washington?"
"Yes, I saw him for a few moments; and
also Mr. "Wanamaker."
"When do you suppose the appointment
to the postoffice will be made known?"
"Mr. Harrison is very cautions and corf
servative in dealing with appointments, and
it is not improbable that he will wait until
the expiration of the present postmaster s
term before issuing the commission."
"Any news in Washington, Senator?"
"I did not hear any. I arrived there yes
terday and came away this morning. Some
of the Congressmen are beginning to arrive,
bat I did not see a single Representative or
Senator while I was there."
Tne Senator said he was altogether in
favor of Chicago for the World's Pair.
FOUND HEK A HOME.
May Sullivan Placed In a Private Family by
May Sullivan, the Scottdale girl on
whose account Jacob Bobbs and Frank
Harrington were sent to the penitentiary,
was taken from Central station, where she
has been for the past two months, and
turned over to Agent Dean yesterday. .Mr.
Dean has placed her with a private family
where she will have a good, quiet home,
and he confidently expects her complete re
formation. ESTBTJFFAIiO BHiL in to-morrow's
DISPATCH gives his impres
sions of Paris and the French peo
ple. marriage XJeensee Granted Yesterday.
5 John D. Martin Plttsbnre
Mary E. Hadley Wellsville, O
( Alexander H. Cole.ii.; PllUbttrg
(Ella Barton Allefheny
David McDonald Allegheny
( Janet Carmichael Allegheny
( Frank Shouro .......Scott townsblp
( Anna Etsenhammer.... .....Scott towmnlp
i Alexandria Uathey wamington. u, v.
f Martin Kanbenstrsh.,
( &mnnah Fabry.,
) Frank Tnmberlake rlttsbur
Alice Q. ttiulta TOUburg
( Frederick Ltese Pittsburg
I Llirle Weigold Pittsburg
McKEE-CAMPBELL-Attho retidence of
the bride's parents, near Glensbaw, on Wednes
day eveninp, October 16, 1BS9, by Rev. N. M.
Crow, Dr. H. W. JIcKke and Miss Fxobekce
Campbell, all of Allegheny county.
BAILEY On Thursday morning, October
81, 1889, SARAH, widow of the late George
Bailey, aged 81 years.
Funeral services Satukday at 2 p. St. at her
late residence. No. 21 M6ntgomery avenue,
Alleehenr City. PleaSo omit flowers. Inter
ment private. 2
DAVIES-Friday, November L at 1:15 A. IT.,
Robkbt Davies. aced 53 years, roller Linden
Funeral Sunday. November 3, at 2 r. x.,
from his late residence, Oakland, near Bates
street Friends of tbe family ate reinectfnlly
Invited to attend. -
DONALDSON Departed' this life at "New
Brighton, Pa,, Thursday, October 31, at 2:13 A.
m., Isabella Nelson, wife of W. C. Donald
son. Funeral on BatdSdAY at 3 1-. M. Interment
private at a later hour. Train leaves Federal
street station at 1-0 P. St. 2
EBELING On Thursday, October. 31, 1&9,
Louis Ebeijho, aged 60 years 10 months and
Fnneral from his late residence. No. Ill
Charles street Allegheny, on SUNDAY afteb
sook at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family are
respectfully Invited to atte&d,
GAITHER-On Friday, If ovember 1, BrSAN
Green, widow of John Gaither, aged 61
Fnneral from her late residence, 171 Webster
avenue, Sunday, November 3, at 1 p. K.
KEARNS On Thursday morning. October
3L 18S9, at laOo'dock, Chaklottb A KKAKKB,
at her residence, corner Hiland and Stanton ,
Fnneral Monday Monuraa. November 1, at
820. Services at Sacred Heart Church, Center
avenue, at 9 a. m. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend. 4
KERNAN-On Friday, November 1, 1889, at
2 P. M., James Kehnan, in his 67th year.
Funeral from his late residence, Stanton ave
nne. Eighteenth ward, on Monday mobnxng,
at 8:30 o'clock. B'riendsof the family are re
spectfully invited to attend. 3
KERR At 1 o'clock, Thursday morning,
MABYAKHB,wife of William Kerr, Sr., aged
The service will be held at 1 Page street on
S ATtTED AY.at 1 o'clock and fnneral at 2 o'clock.
Friends of the family ate respectfully invited
to attend. 2
KNOX At Omaha. Neb October 30, 1SS9, at
.830 A. M.Rkbecca Page, widow of the late
David.S. Knox, of Brownsville. Pa., In her 77th
Fnneral services at lamllr residence, Browns
ville, Pa.. SatubdAt, November 2. 1S89, at 30
p. it Interment private at a later hour. Please
omit flowers. 2
MPIAKTS On Frldav momlnput 4-1n n'MAt
Sarah, daughter of John and Catherine Means,
aged 23 years.
Funeral takes place from her parents' resi
dence, Wyoming street, Mt Washington, Thir
ty-second ward, on 8UXDAY attebnooit, No
vember 8, at 2 o'clock. Friends ot the family
are respectfully invited to attend.
SHEFFEB In his 8Sd year, Baxuxl
Fnneral from his son's, G. W. Sheffer. house.
Butler,Pa.,STOrDAY.November8, at!30 o'clock.
WHITE-On Friday morning. November I,
at 620, Kate, wife of John White, la the 29th
year of ber age.
Funeral from her late residence, 17 Samson
street Allegheny, on Monday Mobniso, at
10 o'clock. Friends of the family are respect
fully Invited to attend. 3
JAMBS ARCHIBALD A BRO.,
LIVERY AND BALE BTABLE8. .
117. 11B and 133 Third avenue, two doors below
Bmithfield st, next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages for funerals,83. Carriages for operas,
parties, c at the lowest rates. "All new car.
riages. Telephone communication. myl-U-TTS
-pEPRESENTBD IN iMTlWttURCJ IN ISO.
ASSETS - . S9j07l,e9833.
Insurance Co. of North America,
-Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 81 Fourth avenue. ta20-s2-D
WESTERN INSURANCE CO.
NO. HI WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NIMICK, President
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President ,
fe22-26-TTS WM. P. HERBERT. BecretarV,
(THE GREAT ENCL18H REMEDY.)
Care BIL IOUS and
S5CtS. a BOX.
To redute stock we offer a
large number of patterns of
This offering consists of ex
cellent patterns in the best
quatity of Moquettes, and can
not last long, as soon as Mis
unusual opportunity for house
keepers becomes generally
Come early for a good choice.
Besides our regular line of Body
Brussels at 85c, we now offer a large
variety of handsome patterns and
colorings and best quality of Brom
ley, Lowell, Hartford and Bigelow
Also a good assortment of
CTS. to tXCTS.
33 FIFTH AVENUE.
Ladles' Silk Vests, L. N.N. S., cream, sky
and pink, at 75c.
Ladies' Silk Vests.L. N. N. S., in cream,
Sky andi plak. This Is tbe best quality we
have ever shown nt tbe price, $1, all sites.
Ladies' Silk Vests, in better grade, in
cream and colors, $1 60 for size 2 and 3, and
5175 for 4 and 5.
Still better grade in colors for 2,all sixes.
Ladies' Silk Vests, L. N. N. S.,in white,
$2 to $2 50, and the very finest China Silk,
in whites and colors, 3 25 to $3 75 accord
ing to size. 4
Ladies' H. N. B. A. Silk Vests, in ecru,
$2 for all sizes, same as sold lastjpring for
$i cu. .Better quality in pure White at 3 60.
Ladles' H. N. L. S Silk Vests from $1 60
to $5, each in various qualities and weights.
Ladies' Silk Combination Salts, Jenness
Miller styles, fine quality, extra value at
$7 50, suit almost as cheap as wool.
Ladies' Silk and Wool Vests, in low neck
and no sleeves, high neck and ribbed arm,
and high neck and long sleeves.
Ladies' English tNovia Bilk Vest and
Drawers in three, six and nine thread
weights, prices the lowest.
Silk Shirts for infants in low neck, H. N.
R. A. and high N. L. sleeves. v
In otir Glove Department we are showing
a ladies' -bntton P. K. Kid Gloves. New
fresh goods, desirable shades. " Spear point
embroidery, only ?1 25 per pair.
Also a ladies' 4-buiton Suede Kid, nar
row embroidery, browns, slates ' and Ianj.
An extra nice quality at $1 per pair.
Also a fall line of Saede and Glace Kid
Gloves, in light, medium and dark shades
and in all qualities.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH A VENUE.
JAS. Ifm & BEO.f
BOILERS, PLATE AMD SHEET-IBON
PATENT fcHEET IRON AKNKAXINO
With an Increased canaHtv and nvdranlls
aehlaery we an prepared to furnish all work
teerllae cheaper acid better ttea IvJteoM
m4M. .WafikBd gawd sucMae
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SPECIALS IN CLOAK ROOM M M IBu V Vm kJ I i. K .,'JH'!
to-day. vllS11 vJBF ;iXJfc'-'jWK'
New Cloth Shoulder Gapes $5
in choicest colors, at:
Hundreds of New Jackets, $3,
$$ and up to 35.
Entirely new, ' in to-day, Silk
Matelasse Jackets with plush
Beaver Cloth Jackets, with Ap
pliqued revers, at $J 50.
Finest Alaska Seal Jackets and
Walking Coats, perfect fitting, prices
on fine goods thatwill interest your
Alaska Seal Sacques, with coat
BOGGS & BUHL,
115,117,119.121 Federal st,,Allegheny.
P. S. Misses and Children's
Wraps, $2 up to finestlarge and
choice assortments for to-day's
sales at Special Close Prices.
Kind for Boys.
Buy our make for strength,
shapeliness, beauty Wana
maker & Brown say. We
speak by what the clothing,
It will do the-boy for the
toughest wear he can give it.
It will bear itself with any in
the city for style or quality or
price. You,, who buy it, will
get no less than you pay for.
Tailoring to order, A new
development is possible to
that now. A wider choice
possible to you. You have
had your eyes be daged and
had to take than merchant
tailor's choice. He had such
and such goods to sell that
he thought well of.
He had as few as he could
get along with. Fewer than
you wanted to see. We have
more styles than you'll give a
look to. The very finest
None .that the finest Clothing
can't be made from. More
than you'll see if time crowds
you. It's nearer possible than
ever ciotning you like made
Sixtb street and Peiin avenue,
Or the Liquor Habli Positively Cured
by Admlalstsrlng Dr. Hslaes'
It can be given in a cup of coffee or tea without
the knowledge of tbe person taking it; is abso
lutely harmless, and will effect a permanent and
speedy cure, whether the patient is a moderate
drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands or
Drunkards have been made temperate men who
have taken Uolden Specific in their coffee without
their knowledge and to-day believe tbcv quit
drinking from their own free will. IT H'EVER
KAILS. The system once Impregnated with the
Specific, it becomes an utter impossibility tor the
liquor appetite to exist. For sale by A. J. Rankin,
Blitb and 1'enn ave.. .Pittsburg; E. Uolden A Co.,
63 E. Federal St., Allegheny, lrade supplied by
Heo. A. Kellv & Co.. flttibure, Va., oe&-48-TTS
S1NAP NO. 5
Will consist ot general reduction on the prices of the Guns, Rifles, etc., We have remain., -lng
on hand at present Flobert Bines, f2, $3, $4 50; Double-barrel Breech-loading Shot
Guns, twist barrels, rebounding pistol grip, choke bore, top action, at f 12, other Stores sell
the same gun at $20; Loaded Shells, 12 per 100; 25 Brass Shells, 50c: 250 Wads, 10c; '
Loadine Tools, S5c; 75c, V. 25; Powder Flasks, 25c; Belts, 25c; Double Action Revolvers,
$160 and up. Don't forget the name and number.
K. SdZTT, 934 Liberty St, Cor. Smithfield,
Send for our complete catalogue: free of charge to any address. o'c27-ttssu
flllTinM W. L. Douglas' name and tne price are stamped on the bottom of a
UAU I IVJIM Shoes advertised hybim before leaving his factory: this protects the
wearers against high prless and Inferior goods. Take none unless so stamped, nor be deceived
by others claimed to be as good, on which dealers ma&e more profit, bnt send direct to factory,
and receive by return mail what you1 want. State kind, button, congress or lace, wide or narrow
toe, Size and width' usually "worn, and inclose price with order. Prompt delivery and satisfac
tion guaranteed. Address, W. L. DOUGLAS, Broetlon, Mass.
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W. L DOUGLAS $3 AND $2 SHOES
Both Ladles' Shoes are made in sizes from 1 to
STYLES OF LADIES' SHOES. (.
"The Fre'ieli Opera," 'The Spanish Arch Opera," "The Amer'toM Ceawiea.SeBse," "The
Medium Cmmoh.Sent." .All made In Button in the Latest Styles. Alts, French Opera la
Frtnt Lsoe, en J3&hoi only.
fiPLTPJll W.. L. DOtMLAS $3 GRAIN SHOt (IwdJ fr atUnn, with hf J sXe
TEilrsrU. Hl4tkHyiwjKe!VlSJe!rt. , W..NMAf, reifctt, tsW,
;-75.irw avease.'. je.,u. 1
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i iiiwaSMi Hau m ib v HMBMHaH . -h v-. -r Bk ' RnL-
SO DiaCK.5. MK?
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Hen's Night Shirts at $50o, 79a and 91.
Men's Camel's Hair Half Hose at 35o,a
pair or 3 for fl.
Men's extra quality Cashmere Half Hose,
25o a pair.
Men's extra quality White and Colored
Merino Undershirts and Drawers, 60o each.
- Hen's extra quality Brown Mixed Merino
Undershirts and Drawers, 75d each.
Men's Cashmere and Jersey Gloves, 38c,
50a and 63o a pair.
Men's Fur Hop Kid Gloves, fl, fl 76, t2
Men's Scotch Wool Gloves, 25c, 38c, 60c,
63c and 75c.
Latest novelties in Neckwear, 50c, 75c, $1,
Latest shapes in E. & W. Coon & Co.
brand and Arrow brand oi Cellars and
Fleishman & Co,,
Seal Flush Jackets, $S o to J5i8.
Seal Flush Wraps, $10 to $25.
Seal Plush Sacques, 15 98 to 35.
As we handle only the best qual
ities of London Dyed Seal Flushes,
we guarantee every garment We selL
Ladies' Cloth Newmarkets, 5 to $25.
Ladies' Cloth Jackets, $2 74to$io.
Ladies' Cloth Wraps, j to gi$.
Ladies' Stockinette Jackets, to $t
Ladies' Feasant Cloaks, 9 98 to 15.
Every Cloth Newtriarket, Wrap
or Jacket is tailor-made, the cloth
thoroughly sponged and will no.t
spot by rain Or snow. We opened
this week some very fine imported
Newmarkets, which it is worth your
while to see, even if you do not
wish to purchase.
Children's Plush Coats; $2 74 to. 18.
Children's Newmarkets, $1 49 to $n.
Children's Gretchen Coats, $i 75
Misses' Newmarkets, $2 to ti6.
Misses' Cloth Jackets, $2 24 to 5.
Our assortment of Misses' and
Children's Cloaks is so great that
it would be utterly impossible to
describe each particular one Or
even any particular style, suffice to
say, we have everything that is
new, stylish, durable and at lower
prices than they can be bought for
Infants' Long and Short' Cloaks,
1 24 to $8.
Ladies' Jerseys, 50c to 5.
Shawls (single and double); $1 25
Shoulder Shawls, 12c to $1 50.
If you want Cloak, Wrap,, Jacket
or Shawl 'come and see what we
can ct6 for you.
Sixth St and Penn Ave,
ni ii i
W. L. DOUGLAS
5pO SHOt GENTLEMEN.'
Our claims for this shoe over all other$3 shots
idertledr! . ,
It Contain hnfjftr malarial.
It Is more stylish, better fitting and durable.
It gives better general sstisfaetion.
It saves mare monsyfor the consumer.
Its great success Is due to merit.
It cannot be dupllcsted by any other rasnufse.
Ii is the best' In the. world, and hst larger de.
mand than any other $3 shoe advertised,
R flfin wl be paid to any person who win
?JUUU prove theabovestatementstobeuntrne.
The following Hue 01 shoes will be fonnd to be of
tbe Same high standard of excellence.
$5 00 GENUINE HAND-SEWED SHOE.
$4 00 HANO.SEWEO WELT SHOE.
S3 50 POLICE' AND FARMERS' SHOE.
$2-50 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE.
$2 25 WORKINGMAN'8 SHOE.
$2 00 GOOD.WEAR SHOE.
J2 00 end $1 75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES.
All made in Congress, BHtton and Jjue,
7, including half slses, and B, C D, E and ES
UtaW- Hlii. Ii "J .- sm."
Are with you h yew efforts to
of money possible. The goods
cannot be equaled by any other home H this fMy02njfYOX$ i
FAPEB. In fact that's the kindof"BamUe-dazle" some houses i
have been giving you for some time past, but when it comes down: to ?
solid facts, best goods and quality for the least money, we are with 3u
you Bins days in ever y week and
every cent of $14,
for $10 only.
value at $15,
for $10 enlyl
$5 to $8,
73c, 98c and
Sack Suits, Cut
$3 BO only.
$3 to. $8.
Suits, hU latest
$8 to 50.
$ and $5.
Fo -tiltLe Boys
Frieee which-mil eommonm tnememee te every Mother
in Fitteiurg and Allegheny. i
$5 to $13
$1 50 to $6.
Child's KUt Suitst
plaited front and
back, with belt,
$2 80 JtVfoV
13 to 18 years,
$2 50 to $28t
8 to 18, years,
$4 to $8.
98 to $15.
2-ptece &ilt Suits,
ptaAn or jancy
$3 SO to $8.
dto 12 years,
Iter folk Suite,
For Men, for Boys, en" ChUm'in.
$1 98 to $6 SO.-
cloth and plush,
44c to $14$.
98c to $2. 49.
29c to 84c.
Scotch Wool Socks,
for 24c only.
PHENOMENAL BARGAINS IN FOOTWIARI
' For Ladies, Misses, Men, Soys and Ohetdron.
1 ; - ; ' t -
Men's Mteeee' Men's :? fl
Fine Calf Megant :' '' fc
Dress Boots, Mehool Shoes,, Cef Shoe, J
$2 50 and $3i $l.and$iii. ' $$.,
Boys' Ladie' ' Duties' Fin 1 ,
atedWerhing Fin Opera 3iamei Dengela
Shoes, SUppers, Button Shoes,
S8eand$119. 9Set$land$lS. $18. ;'
lm-Bortant NoHce.-TKU is positively the emei week of our fMff
away a large and elegant Dinner
amount of $5 or upward m our Men's or xeuih's tispmnmenu .&
Send us your nomte and address and ute'U put you em our free He' ,
and send you regularly every month of our muetrattd MenihUetih
IMvourByeemdQireeMferoneofour Yeung Teihe Drem?
ing Book. EuU particulars therein
in money prioes.
get the best goods for the least amotmt
Mentioned below, at prices named,
don't you forget it y
. " i'
Tory Stylish , ,
worth $16, ;
- for $12 only.
f.tM. ,94. M .iftr.1
. v VVJPY. . v-
Frineo Albert" j
Suits, $15 to $35.
-t coats with ,
, l vests,' "
$ S o $18..
. leftrj!if' ,
r y ?"'"'' .4t
$16 up. .'
$2 to $10.
in Fancy Flannels
IS to 1 years, i
$9 90 $15
& tU year,
. : - v
.yx tiesj jjorwys,
Jl 9 So
Tit ni; 11 if M4a
U $1 ,
-", 'Men's- -"Vr",
y&A' vif ikmtv
Buehtt wish every purehuee to mt
of grand usnifiiWiii frr $1H
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