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THE FANCIES OF FASHION.
SUMMER THEATER TOILETS AS SBKV
iy FA ms.
A Otmn Worn by •>i
wlih *nru Bernhardt—Kl^-
ure<l Guuztt Deafen* That Are Attract
ing Attention —\othlnn I.oft of Uoi
. nele, Tltey are HO Riitall.
~ In Tarls latitat
(• a-'L- are appearing .-<>
tin) theater it.
most char 111 in
*i i] su.inner toilels,
"u.which are almo
i fresli flowers. At
I'-ivh 1 1 /truA the llrst preson
' J \\i( fA tation of "Leria,'
/Ay' vA ' ro,n an English
"• aAVy novel to suit the
/HSA 7 II\ " talents of Sara
* I IMS- /fit! I • Bernhardt, tliat,
''CTttX celeb rated ac
r'V. ■v ■ . ' Vjtoik tress enchanted
,-ii ffilfiV ji WM'f the audience by
v- I'fj i\\ C 9 W the originality
V i ' i V / /I ttJfcy and tasto of lior
£ 7fill Ik. •*/il V different toilets.
l v ii the third toi-
JBMj} f. *f}s" ® let raised a
■X*. c'<A f fc' Ffy applause. Itwas
- - \'X made of white
"""" t* ftn( j 0 u p[nk, tig
mAitiK vai.t.ot oown. urod broeado with
coral red plastron and devant, the bright
line being softened by old-gold colored
blonde. Collar revers and bolt were
lilac velvet. A sweepingly long dress
made of brocaded, white faille, lined
with yellow satin und edged with white
fur, was worn over a white crepe-do
chine slip, hold in at tho waist by an old
silver buckle, set with precious stones,
whilst a small puffy sort of frill went
round the neek. This wonderful dress
formed the close of Sara Bornhardt's
grand evening display.
We have only space to notice one of
the dresses belonging to the other ac
' triysses in the same piece, that of Mdlle.
Marie Vallot's in the second act. It was
made of old-green faille, veiled with em
broidered cream colored tulle; the collar
and sleeves were only tulle. A number
of white ribbons fluttered down from t lie
back of the waist. The straw hat was
trimmed with lilacs and white ribbon.
Plain, soft Vigogne harmonizes admlr
able with chocked stuffs, care being
-than the Vigogne.
RL Fw\ f\ made of fawn coI
mLVI J I \ oredVigogno with
I .TOU/\ V fronts of coarse
l Wl\V\ white cloth orna
metited with oxy
lHHL£ The new woolen
Kauzos were at
seen with woven
sion to admire their rich and harmonious
combination. Finn stripes and (lowered
borders in white silk, on a delicate green,
or beige color, pale gray, pale blue,
strawberry color, blight red or brown
ground nro much worn and admiral.
The cherry pattern is one of the mo-l
conspicuous among new designs. Full
sized shaded red cherries, with green
leaves and stalks aro scattered either
singly or in bunches over a plain ground.
Bonnets have not only become lower,
but the seem to be actually disappearing,
____ for tho newest for
concert and the
ater wear are lit
tie more than a
aSeMyvj *1? brim, differing
tBYHSE 3 by the strings
* mlWra \ only from a veri-
T tablo wroath of
*f 11 owe rs. Th <
T t model in our illus
trution is made of
yr 'JjjjKff,jfi&iSjfyiU terie hung with
bluish bead gre
''Wmm 'Sm. \tW ' ot,s overlaid wii h
IHIWm ' a ' wr<>flt -' 1 box
lOllUHmm/.H leaves; It Is no
mistake, dear reader, even tho unpreten
tious little shrub has been pressed into
service. The modest border for old gar
den beds Is now destined to frame tho
fair faces of the beauties of tho season.
But though a novelty, box trimmings
are not likely to be long in the fashion,
arid we advise ladles to adopt them soon
before they become common.
NOTES ABOUT MODES.
The most valuable catseye in the world
has just arrived in London from Ceylon.
Fans for mourning aro made of black
crape withoutornnmentationof any sort.
Nainsooks and lawns are made up into
wuists and worn with different colored
Sweet peas and laburnum are the
favorite artificial flowers in London this
With thewaistmaile like a man's shirt,
nqekties are worn which drop as low as
The imagination has absolutely no play
lif the matter of dress except in waist
The trimming of summer hats, flowers
or feather- is frequently veiled with net
l'iano backs and covers exercise the
ingenuity and taste of every decorative
•let passementeries have the effective
b edition of satin flowers and leaves in
lay kind of silk Ince done by machine
is manufactured with as great success
here as abroad.
A tea gown of pale coral pink silk
tailed with black lace la one of the sweot
e,t creations of the summer.
Silver gray broche alpaca was tho ma
terial used for the bridesmaids' dresses
at a recent wedding.
Paris fashions indicate that skirts are
to shrink iu leugth and show the boot to
t ie ankle as tho wearer moves.
ft Is a fad of wealthy ladies traveling
abroad to buy a spoon as odd In manu
facture as possible 'in each 'own they
Turpentine is a very good preventive
aiainst moths. The unpleasant odor
••• sporate.H as soon as guv acuta are ez
posed to the air
The Plttnliurgli Philosopher ">n Heaver.
John McKee, poet. pliilosoplier. etc., of
Pittsburgh, writes to a paper in that city
as follows concerning Heaver and Johns
town. The reader will excuse John's or
thography and punctuation. It is a style
peculiarly Ids own :
" Why don't the People of Johnstown
appoint A committee of Kesponciable
men and let the .Money be distributed to
those who are in need insted of giving it
to Heaver 1. suppose he w : ll keep it for
his own ne. I. say that Heaver ought to
he forced to uiveup the Money he lias re
ceived they lost about nine or ten mil
lions and they have received two millions
I. think this is sufficient to ciivor
all the losses why don't the people of
Johnstown call upon a man like Foruker,
Governor of Ohio To settle their affairs,
he would do Juitise to the People He
crossed the pontune brige with I tegmenta
ofTrupes and Provisions intending to go
to Johnstown hut iie did not get There lie
went to Williiiinsport he goes To all the
Country fares making speaelics and kiss
ing the llab.ys—now if Foriker had been
Govenir lie would had Johnstown Fixed
up long ago I say send for Foriket I say
when a man aint competent to
attend his office lie should
be discharged like any other
workman an a Fool has no right to Im
pose himself 011 the people I. say to the
People of Johnstown lake The thing into
your own hands And distribute the
money Among those who have need And
not trust it with men Who Pocket the
halfof it I. hope that this letter Will he
forwarded to Johnstown and adopted by
the People And not let the like of Beaver
impose upon them I. see plainly that
Milatery men ought not to he allowed to
rule this Country I. say the sooner the
Government is taken out of the hands of
Ihe Milatarv men the better 1. think this
Letter will Kill Heaver for Ever.
11 orri)' itll<l liit*u*illi*<l.
Any one wishing to gratify his curioei
ty respecting the horror of .Johnstown's
calamity need only take a walk through
what used to be the beautiful and highly
cultivated grounds surrounding the old
Morrell homestead, corner of Main and
Walnut streets. With the nigh piles of
wreckage, in tho shape of all manner of
vehicles, twisted iron rails, destroyed
machinery, demoralized pianos, huge
trees, stumps and logs already taken oil,
lie would reasonably supnose the grounds
are pretty well rid of all accumulated
matter. Hut a glance at the place will
show that from three to live feet of debris
of brokun boards, chips, sticks and dirt
still await days and weeks of digging,
shoveling and hauling.
Then as he pushes his way over piles of
obstructions toward Vine street, he will
be amazed to see so many large buildings,
that was swept down from different up
town localities, crushed and jammed o
get her in shapeless masses, that will re
quire tin outlay of many hundreds of
dollars and months of hard work to re
move. lu tl reading his way amid lite
wreckage of large box ami truck cars,
wagons, carriages, buggies, large mmr
sard roofs, mined houses, s'ables. etc.,
that are thrown together in apparently in
extricable piles, between Walnut and
Union streets, he is o.crw helmed with
the magnitude of the task involved in
After a cursory view of the h .nil le
state of affairs, in Unit part -f ur deso
lated town, one does pot v. oiidi-rat the
vast expenditure "f in . .a in •> <tg die
town again ,t all inn i "U
\m: t \ '.
fffius* ' ■ h l-tl.i dnnllng f'M*/
Ll.iiTS- , , . •tf.ml *t<i Di*rr>|fWnt
./ J I • . ".!!• (ill.! I<r.t'ala*i
'/• • / V I.J riNi of
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tbafr Itoit"■ -■ 5 " • 'OW
nltisMeuinl very iiHff.tl •. rtiUUl'liliM.
TbMo ••njplon.au wvll m f ■ •••" l trtur yon
b*v kept theiu lo yoor loitn-i.'t • ;<i aiuwu tl.eiu
iothoio who may htvu ch'' wu property;
It la pis-i! • • ■■ NOUD
fiOLllwitrlinai'Osr . • -Ahotylugof
Um aaniplea Id a ; -trad* for
oa;aft'l ourfaitt'l •. >uth'<rtwo
wa uanally k ' ■ ' u 'fom Ihi
•nrrntitiding " ■ ' . iter •
knoM 11,1a mad' i- "<• ' ...e,i t once
for you to ahiiw- ;iu- . • .-lurhoma
aad your reward • i •tairnrdoo
which to write tin r t-'.!.:l • . ull.lfyoa
do not care to gofurthur, ■* i '■ '-ifyoudo
Mod your add re-- . „re, y ■ . • t!l. ,tia of tha
:t solid geld wal.'lo S l.i th> v n.l 1 r lsr;<i Una of
COHTLY NA.MIPE.BM. W* ?.* ■ II r-rlght, ta
* tlO.,Koi. rU, ILANL, MAINS.
The Old Doctors
Drew blood, modern doctors cleanse It;
hence the increased demand for Altera
tives. It is now well known that most
diseases aro due, not to over-abundance,
but to impurity, of the Blood; and it
is equally well attested that no blood
medicine is so efficacious as Ayer's
" One of my children had a large sore
break out on the log. Wo applied
simple remedies, for a while, thinking
the sore would shortly heal. But it grew
worse. We sought medical advice, and
were told that an alterative medicine
was necessary. Ayer's Sarsaparilla
above all others, wn used it with mar
velous results. The sore healed and
health and strength rapidly returned."
j. J. Armstrong, Weimar, Texas.
"I find Ayer's Sarsaparilla to he an
admirable remedy for the cure of blood
diseases. I prescribe it, and it does the
work every time." E. L. X'ator, M. D.,
"We have sold Ayer's Sarsaparilla
here for over thirty years and always
recommend it when asked to name the
best blood-purifier." —W. T. McLean,
Druggist, Augusta, Ohio.
"Ayer's medicines continue to be tho
standard remedies in spite of all com
petition."— T. W. Richmond, Bear
Lake, Mich. .JL * -*
Dr. J. C. Ayer tt Co., Lowell, Mass.
Price (1; six bottles, IV. Worth ti bottle./
HENRY H. KUHN, Attorney-ni.
Law. omce opposite Flint. National Hank
K0.11)5 Locust si reel, Johnstown. I'n.
DANIKJ. M'LAUGH LIN. FRANK P. MARTIN
A 'I TORSKrS-A T-LA H',
NO. 117 FRANKLIN STREET
septus .Johnstown, Pa.
JAMES M. WALTERS,
A TTORJSEY-J T LA W.
oillcj No. 2, Aim a If all, Main street, Johne
town, ru. AH business given fan bfulunn prompt
attention. anl9 F
F. J. O'CONNOR. j w B# O'CONNOR.
Office on Fraoklln street, over PeVrtkln A Mil
ler's store, opposite Postoflice, Johnstown, Pa.
JOHN S. TITTLE,
JUSTICE or THE PEACE
AST) NOTARY rtriti.rc.
Office corner .Market and I.ocust streets,
Oct) 2 Johnstown, Pa.
(I w. EASLY,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AM) SCRIVENER
Office No. ION Franklin street, two doors from
Griffith's Drug Store. mays
| RVIN RUTLEDGE,
JUSTICE OF THE PEA CE.
officeoD Itlverstreet, neartlie KernvlUe Itrldge
In the Fifth ward, Johnstown, I 'a. collections
and all other business promptly at tended, to.
N. WAKEFIELD, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN A SI) SI-in; EOS
Office No. 13 -Morris street, Johnstown, Pa.
YEAGLEY, M D,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office No. 271 Locust street, Johnstown, Pa.
f OHN DOWNEY,
CI RIL ENGINEER.
office on Stonycreek street, Johnstown, Pa.
VJ A. FEDEX. Si'lit lEON DEX-
O TINT. Office in Border's new building, on
Franklin street. AUk try Is of Dental work so
T Y. THOMPSON, M. D.,
Has had a professional experience or over 35
ftTFilUllg Teetli a specialty.
office Hooms, No. in Napoliuit street.
NO. 192 MAIN STREET.
CHARTERED SEPTEMBER 12, 1870
nK posits received or dollar and upward,
no deposits exceeding a total or ts,MO will
be received from any one person. Interest Is due
In the months of .tune and December, and If not
withdrawn ts added to the deposit, thus com
pounding I ulee n year without troubling the de
positor to call or even to present the deposit
Money loaned onlJeol Kstnte. Preference with
liberal lions time given to borrowers
offering llr.sl .v rlgages on farms worth four or
more Mutes the amount of loan desired; also,
moderate loans made on town property where
ample secttrl' i is offered, (food reference, per
fect titles, etc.. required.
Tills corporationis exclusively a savings Hank.
No commercial deposits received, nor discount
made. No loans on personal security.
lllank application- for borrowers, copples of
tile rules, by-laws, ami special acts of the I.egts
la'ure relating to deposits or married women
and minors can be obtained at the Hank.
'I ki'stkks— Herman natuner, 11. 1., Yeagley,
John llannan, .loin Thomas, c. It. Kills, Pear
son Fisher. James j. i roiilmiser. John I.ownian,
\V. It. bowman. James MeMlllcii. James (pilnn,
Howard J. Huberts, wm. A. Stewart. <;eo. T.
swank. Jacob swank. >V. V. Walters. James
Mo.MUIen. President; John l/mmim, Herman
'Haunter, <ieo. T. swank, vice Presidents; W. C.
Lewis, Treasurer: c yrus Klder, Solicitor, maris
Lxi O. 2 7*39.
First National Bank
No. 194 MAIN STREET.
Capitol, - - SIOO,OOO
surplus, - - $40,000
JAMES McMILLEN, PEARSON FISHER,
C. T. FRASSKR, HERMAN BAUMER,
lIMWAUL) J. RORF.RTS, GEO. T. SWANK,
PERRY C. BOI.SINGER.
JAMES MoMILLEN, President.
0 T FRAZER, Vice President.
HOWARD J. ROBERTS, Cashier.
Careful and prompt attention will be given to
all business entrusted to this Bank. tnayai,'l
Important to Railroad Men
A. E. Smith lias been tor forty-nine years road
master on the Boston ,v Maine system, and Is now
residing at Great, Falls, N. H. He says truck
men. brake men, Bremen, engineers and con
ductors, as well as baggage musters mid ex
pressmen, are subject to kidney disease above
all others. All, therefore, will be interested in
the statement of his experience. "I have used
Brown's Sarsaparllla for kidney and liver
troubles, and can truly say It, has done more for
me than all the doctors I ever employed, and I
have hud occasion to require the services of the
hest physicians In the State. My wife also has
been greatly benefltted by Its
Hoad Master U. & M. H. R. "
The kidneys have been labored hard all win
ter, as the pores of the skin havo been closed,
but now the springtime has come, and tliey need
some aid. May be you have that pain across the
back ; that tlrod feeling; those drawing down
pains, if so, you can get immediate relief by
following the example of Mr. siult li and Ills wife,
and use that never-falling nnd grand corrector
for the kidneys, liver and blood,
Not genuine unless made by Ara Warren &
0 Bangor,Me. ..
LEADING BUSINESS HOUSE
PITTSBURGH ASH _ALLKGHENY CITY, PA
tftTThe firms named below are the lead
ing and representative ones in their re
spective lines of Business. When writing
to either mention this paper.
HENRY HOLTZMAN & SONS, 35 SIXTH STREET.
_ i- Lace Curtains, Portieries,
AND TABLE COVERS.
,1 1 rpholstery Goods, etc.
Reduced to special Bargain
, ■ ' prloea
A 000(1 stem-Winder Watch for $2.5
/ jtK .. Only, and Warranted, ftt
IJf ! ft/ c lAUCH,
ffiSrHK' 041 Hmlthtleld St., Pittsburgh. Pa.
Cash paid for old gold and silver.
Commonwealth Hotel & Restaurant.
lIKNKY L. liEKORK, PKOPBIKTOH,
Cor. Grant & Diamond Sts., Pittsburgh,
rw First -class .Meals For 25 Cents.
CHA li I E8 I'FEIFEB,
Men's Furnishing Goods
u:i smith field stkkkt,
100 FKDEHALST., ALLEGHENY.
Shirts to Order.
We make all our own shirts, and our Custom
Shirt Department Is the best equipped In the
stale, we carry a full line of Full Dress, all over
Embroidered P. Ks., and Embroidered Linens,
and guarantee a lit. If you can not get a lit
elsewhere give us a trial.
cleaning and Dyeing offices at above locations.
Lace curtains la untitled equal to new. Full
Dress SUlrtK luundrled. Hand Finish,
'c - Dry Goods, silks, cloaks, No
••■lS-Sg'H<'1"11 st ®"* s ' " w j® ,wi ,>finn
Wl ANTED - LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
VV agents In every town to sell metal lamp
wick; no trimming, cleaning, smoke or broken
chimneys; sells on sight, big percentage, en
tirely new, sample loc., or three for 25c. Ad
dress KEYSTONE WICK CO., No. <lO Fourth av
enue, room tl, Pittsburgh, l'a.
Ache's Saddlery, Harness ami Trunk House.
Wholesale and Retail.
Horse Blankets and Lap Hobes; you can more
than save expenses when coming to the city by
dealing with us. GEORGE W. ACHE.
128 Wood St.. Cor. Diamond Alley,
ON L y s(i.
Crayon Portraits, Life Size. Call and see before
ordering, solar prints a specialty.
Agents wanted. Mall orders solicited.
TREGANOWAN ART STORE,
No. 152 W.vlle avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa.
ALL LA DIES inter
estedto learn Thorps . ■
tailor system 01 . ■
dress cutting, which -■ g E
Is lKtth simple and -■ #
reliable; taught at M
the rooms. No. 2-■ I
Sixth streel. close - H I
to Sttspcuslon • W/\ 1
Dress-cnttug School. MK
Hog, Draping, and all the Finishing parts of
Dressmaking. Miss C. HARRISON:
122 Peiiti avenue, Pittsburgh, l'a.
K__ SWISS STOMACH BITTERS,
WILD CHERRY TONK"
The Swiss Stomach Bitters are
a sure cure for Dyspepsia, Liver
Trade Mark, complaint, and every species or
Indigestion. $1 per bottle; six
Wild cherry Tonic, the most popular prepara
tion for cure of coughs, colds. Bronchitis, etc.,
and Lung Troubles. The ltlack Gin Is a sure
cure and roller of the Urinary Organs, Gravel
and chronic catarrh of the Bladder. For sale
by all Druggists in Johnstown, by H. T. De-
France, John M. Taney & Co., L. A. Slble. Cam
GEO. H. BARBOUR.
surveys made and Platted. Designs and esti
mates furnished for Bridges, Roofs, Mill Bulld
lir's. Coal Plants, and structures or all kinds.
64 Fifth avenue, Room 68.
W. S. BELL & C 0,..
(ifMfif At . 431 Wood street.
A MAT En: PHOTO OUTFITS.
Celelratel Prazmonskl I.ens, Catalogue mailed
J. 11. Blair, 17 seventh avenue. Plttlsburgh
Fire brick, tile, sewer pipe, terra cotta goods,
line, cement, hair, plaster, etc
t*" WHITE FOR PRICES.
The natural method, easily learned, endorsed
bv Dr. John Hull, Lb. I).. Bishop J. 11. Vincent.
Dr. Joseph ccok. etc., etc. Lessons by mall only
taught by mall only Ten Dollars. Address Pitts
burgh school of Memory Training and Short
hand. Sackson Building, sixth street and I'enn
avenue, Pittsburgh, Fa.
MME. K> LLOGG
has recently returned from Paris, and Is now es
tablishing schools throughout the United states
to teach ladles
I HE ART OF DRESS CUTTING.
n.Mine, Kellogg leads th" Inventors of the World
dc Invehtlvejgcnlus as applied to ladles' garment
uttP.g. she has Imitators but no equals. La
oes bring a tlress and learn to cut and baste It
a letlltlng. No. till I'enn avenue, Pittsburgh
Protect Your Goods
By using X. L. C. 11. MOTH PREVENTIVE. It
Is far superior to camphor, cedar Chips, Tar
Paper, etc., for preserving Clothing, Woolens.
Furs, Feathers, fine fabrics, etc., from Moths
and otner Insects. If you have goods to put
away, try It
JAM. I. McCONNELL JS CO.,
No. 115 Fifth avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa.
For sale by all druggists, or order by mall.
I)ii(ini',sue Wind Engine Co.,
JUL ' PITTSBURGH, PA.
JsjfcSfßest Wind Power Engine In the World
Send tor Descriptive catalogue. AgentsAVanted.
/x Metallic Shingles.
/Y N dtV and Easily Laid.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(// AND pr ! cl l,st
KM K felUi .) JOHN C.CRAFF,
! \y v'/ bsJ >JLr Successor to Angl'-Amori*
We have the largest assortment of Switches,
Hangs, Ac., In the city, at exceedingly low prices.
J. W. PECIv, - - 305 MARKET STREET.
>kGamier's Dressmaking Emporium,
(E Lr| 30 SIXTH AVE., PITTSBURGH.
jh\m Dress Cutting and Sewing School. The
J/mSLJlatest art of Dressmaking taught by
gtO-ar square measure. S ffsetul for circular.
GETTY & CO.,
Distillery Liquor Store,
Nos. ISO and 182 First Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Wliule.alo unci Xtotnll.
Sell the nnest brands of R.vo Whiskies In the
world. Golden Wedding, Gibson,Guckonheimcr,
und othor celebrated brands. Wc guarantee pure
Rye, by bbl., gallon or case of all ages from f3
to to per gallon, case goods, each bottle con
tains a full quart, old Premium from tu to|i2
per caso ; a cases from $3 to to.
n*Jlcnd order nnd enclose imoney at our risk.
PHB Successor to Robert Anderson.
Winks & Liqcohs
418 Ferry Ntreei.
W orders by mall will receive prompt atten
A. A. ItllLlilllAN I.tiirer Beer Bottled
Beer Freeh and I'nlntable
Carson street 8. S. Furnished In any quantl-
Plttsburgh, Pa. ties either for Families,
Mall orders Solicited Hotels or Restaurants.
C. W. DITTMER,
REAL ESTATE AND MORTGAGE BROKER,
No. 07 Federal street, Allegheny City, Pa.
rroperty sold on commission. N2 sale no charge.
Money to Loan, 5, o per cent.
Will be given with every $5 worth of goods, Teas,
Coffees. Spices, and Baking Powder, which we
guarantee absolutely pure. Best, goods In the
market for the money. Teas, 50, 00 and 80 cents,
coffees, 25, 27, no and 35 cents. Baking powder.
40c. per pound, send orders to Atlantic Tea Co.,
112 Ohio street. ALLEGHENY CITY , PA.
2w.Send for Price List giving full information
FOR $3 OO
live yull secured
£ Mere Is ilie luiliiee
jcfl offered Tor PIIII.S
|\ \ I —3l ndc to order
*4 "\\ \! y I Send Postal card, glv-
Mr® "v\ r I lug your full address,
Cl SI I and we will send you
// / I I samples for our :i
I L / J I l'ants and self measure
ff n I ment Blank, or If you
1 11' I I cannot wait for Samp
er- 11/1 1 I I t f ' s . fell us about
¥/ / I) /I L what color you would
fiCl V like, giving us your
. ~:i f/[ I waist, nip and Inside leg
1 I It®/;. measure, together with
I; .im, $3 and 35 cents for post
' ■alf 1i ,'ilL age or prepaid express,
and we will guarantee to
v 3 please you or refund the
money. Address, giving full name and Posl-
120 OHIO ST., ALLEGHENY, PA.,
corner Grant street and Fifth avenue,
(Within a few steps of Fost office.)
WALL PAPER, WINDOW SHADES.
CCHOOL NOOKS, STATIONERY,
No. OK Federal street, Allegheny City, Pa.
18 LACOCK STREET.
Few doors east of Federal street, Allegheny.
Pa., a strletly temperance house. Best meals
and cleanest beds In the city at lowest rates, 11.
12 Federal street, Allegheny, Pa. Thorough In
struction In bookkeeping penmanship,shorthand
and typewriting, telegraphy, English branches,
Languages, Music, Elocution, vocal and instru
mental Music, Painting and Drawing. Students
may enter at any time. Send Tor circulars; ad
dress the PRKSIDKNT.
S. E. CAItOTHEItS, Proprietor, McKeesport.
Pa. Leading hotel of the city. Terms, $2.00
per day. Fine whiskies, tec., at the Bar.
sth AVE. HOTEL.
GEO. M. LEPPIG, - - Proprietor,
First class accomodations to the trveltng pub
lic. Terms $1.50 to $2.00 per day. Bar attached.
B. & B.
8T MAIL I
We employ u large corps of competent
people, whose only duty is the filling of
orders by mail from our numerous cus
tomers living at a distance who cannot do
their shopping here in person.
Whither you want a cheap school or
house dress at 6} cents, yard, a Gingham,
Satine, India Silk, Black or Colored Silk,
or a Spring Suit of some of the new soft
woolen fabrics, this MAIL ORDER DE
PARTMENT is here to supply your wants.
Everything most desirable in way of tex
tile fabrics is here and at the lowest pos
In all purchases, quality is one prime
consideration price another. In both
these particulars we shall still aim to
Space is limited here.
OUR NEW SPRING CATALOGUE
AND FASHION JOURNAL
Will tell the whole story. This Journal
is published semi-annually for the benefit
of our patrons living at a distance, but
will be cheerfully sent to any address
whether you are a patron or not.
Write for copy. It costs nothing, and
may prove a benefit to you. Mention this
115, 117, 119, 121
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Sold for® 100.untilUtely.il U li h
H \ D®" l watch In tha world, p fl P P
I r#rf4C( IIJjJLJ
'Cat.. • lioth ladies'
I'l-ee, and after you hare kept
(hem In your hom. for 9 monlh. .nd ■hown llmm (o (hoi.
.f!i u!.™Vl.. wm, >ll aipr.M, freight, etc. Addree.
otiu-uii tt Co., Aon. Ml9.l'orUa.d, Uuiof.
MILLER'S OIL REFINING WORKS,
omce No. 338 Liberty street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
A. D. MILLER & SONS,
Manufacturers or High Test oils lor export ana
home consumption. We call atten
tloa to our brand or
WATER WIIITK OXjISHNTE |l5O TEST
Warranted None Better.
Gasoline tor Stove and Gas Machines 74, 88, 87,
8 and 90 gravities. Lubricating Oils.
twr WANTED— Staves and ueadtngs. oct-s'ty
"Try Ayer's Pills";
For Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and Qout.
Stephen Lansing, of Tinkers, N. V.,
says : " Recommended as a cure for
chronic Costiveness, Ayer's Pills have
relieved me from that trouble and also
from Gout. If every victim of this dis
ease would heed only tlireo words of
mine, I could banish Gout from the land.
These words would bo —' Try Ayer's
"By the use of Ayer's Pills alone, I
cured myself permanently of rheuma
tism which had troubled ine several
months. These Pills are at once harmless
and effectual, and, I believe, would
prove a specific in all cases of incipient
No medicine could have served me in
better stead." —C. 0. Rock, Corner,
Avoyelles Parish, La.
C. F. Hopkins, Nevada City, writes:
" I have used Ayer's Pills for sixteen
years, and I think they are the best Pills
in the world. We beep a box of them
in the house all the time. They have
cured me of sick headache and neuralgia.
Since taking Ayer's Pills, I have been
free from these complaints."
" I have derived great benefit from
Ayer's Pills. Five years ago I was
taken so ill with rheumatism that I was
unable to do any work. I took three
boxes of Ayer's Pills and was entirely
cured. Since that time I am never
without a box of these pills." Peter
Christensen, Sherwood, wis. •
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,,
Dr. J. C. Ayer St Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Dealers In Medicine.
CL 7e : H3XD!
In consequence of license expiring for our
Pittsburgh Branch S'nre. it has been closed. All
orders for the old lieliable
Silver Age Rye
i Will be filled with the usual promptness
No. 82 FEDERAL ST., ALLEGHENY.
Trusting to merit a continuance of the liberal
patronage beret ofore bestowed.
No. sa Federal street. Allegheny. Telephone
Uuckenheltner. Finch or (Übson. as usual, 51 a
quart, if years old, if for $5, silver Age, #1.50.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria,
When.hr was a Child, she cried forCastoria,
When she became Mis., she clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
13 A TCMTC obtained for mechanical do
fit i All 1 O vices, medical or other com
pounds, ornamental designs, trade-marks and
labels, caveats. Assignments. Interferences.
Appeals, suits for infringement, and all eases
arising under the PATfcINT LAWS, prompt-
It attended to.
INVENTIONS Tt.AT HAVE BEEN
131? H?f"l*X?T3 bv lhe Patent ottleo may
nCUCU i oli stlll.l u most eases, be pat
ented by us. Being opposite the Patent ottlce.
we can make closer searches, and secure Patents
mere promptly, and wit h broader elulms, than
t hose who are remote from Washington.
TMUE-WTfinC*"' 1 " s o' -
IN V 4iN 1 Ultb sketch ..r your device;
we make exuuunat lons /VirHf chtiryi', anil advise
as to patentability. All correspondence strictly
confidential. Prices low, and NO uiIAHKE UN
LESS PATENT IS SEUUHEI).
We refer to oiiictals In the Patent ofllce. to our
clients In every Stale ot the Union, and to your
Senatorand Representative In cony less. Special
references given when desired. Address,
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
Opposite Patent Ofllco, Washington, D. C.
H FORSALE BY LEADING MERCHANTS. I
I MAYER. STROUSE & CO.
| 'The Greatest Cure on Earth for ruin." Will
.n'i'i any other known rein-
Swelling*. Stitf Neck, Uriiie.
' " i iit'- Sulfation Oil Irani* "our
*4DC thW registei cil Ti :ule-Murk, and our
I fno-slmlle signature. A. Meyer ffc Co., bole
Proprietor?., Tlultiiiiotv, Mil., I". >. A.
DR. BULL'S COUGH SYRUP
i Forthe cure of Coughs, Colds, Hoarse
| ness, Croup, Asthma, Bronchitis.
Whooping Cough, Incipient Con
j sumption, and for the relief of con
i sumptive persons in advanced stages
! of the Disease. For Sale by all Dr;
I gists. Price. 25 cents.
mmm ■ -g M -u
TKIIM popular remedy uever l uil t to
I effectually cure
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick
Anil all diseases arising from a
Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion.
The natural result St •;'! upttf tlte
nsi.l NOlid flesh. Dose atr.nll: elc-annt
ly bUiir routed and easy tvw. allot,
SOLD EVERYWHERE. * ,