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gMpife Producers Association Has Sey-
W. . eral Million Barrels.
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-'. 1 DEAD SUEB THIKG OH FITE CfiKTS
Mr. N". F. Clark is one of the most promJ
' nent producers of oil in Pennsylvania, and
has had much experience in all the oil fields
that have been developed. His uniform
success is something remarkable in the his
tory of petroleum developments, and he is
following np his good fortune by invest
ments in the oil fields adjacent to Pittsburg.
Mr. Clark was one of the most
ardent advocates of the last shutdown
movement and one of its sin
' cerest champions. He entered heartily into
it, and, as a member of the Producers' Ex
ecutive Committee, worked earnestly for it.
The shutdown has ended and drilling oper
ations are going on vigorously once more,
and, while the oil market looks diaky, Mr.
Clark is full of hone for the fntnre. To
the inquiry, "Did everybody get rich out of
ine snut-aown movement? ' he replied:
"We have had a year and a half s pro
duction, we have greatly decreased the sur
plus stock of oil and we have increased the
valne of our property 60 per cent."
"Has the Producers' Association sold the
oil set apart for it?"
"Ho, we still have it "We do not care to
throw it on the market just at present, when
the resnlt would undonbtedly be to further
, "How do the storage charges stand against
the oil now?"
"Well, the storage charges have run the
prices up on us. The oil probably stands us
between 91 and 92 cents a barrel at present
'But the Standard people have guaranteed
us a profit of at least 5 cents a barrel and we
can therefore afford to wait until the market
is high enough to justify us in selling. We
'are sure-of our 5 cents, anyhow."
HEX THE HERBY FISHERS.
The Many Clubs Think Seriously of Their
Summer Outings Where Ther Will
Probably Go Few Decisions.
As a man once said: "What can you ex
pect from a fellow who doesn't know how to
spell his own name?" but the world ex
pected a great deal from Izafc Walton, and
the world hasn't been disappointed; and
every year hundreds of admiring disciples
of the gentleman show their appreciation of
PittsbuTgers are rather inclined to take
the bit in their teeth very early this year.
u.ney also take to the woods, and under over
hanging boughs, and beside rippling waters,
pay, for a few days at least, their respect to
glorious Dame Nature, and show they fully
appreciate the privilege of being allowed to
cast a line.
Pittsburg ii blessed with an unusual
number of fishermen, and they are royal
good fellows, every one; and, at about this
time ofthe year the business man longs to
let business take care of itself, and the
doctor is in truth inclined to throw his
physic to the dogs.
It is a little early as yet to ascertain
where the numerous fishing clubi will go,
for as One ofthe gentlemen said they will
probably change their minds half a dozen
times before deciding as to the exact loca
ion, tuough Conneant, Erie, the St Clair,
tackinac and Canada will be embraced
At 9 o clock this morning' the following
led gentlemen will meet the Passenger
tits' Association and argue with them.
now uus wnere wey are dead wrong
vancinc fares for clubs, and in cnttintr
fcrtain nrivileses: Messrs. B. C. f!hTit.
M. L. Howe, J. Dolan and 6. Church.
These gentlemen will endeavor to show
the great monopolies they are threatening
the peace of this country in cutting off the
fishing, clubs' privileges. Heretofore the
rates have been single fare for the round
trip-bnt it has been Increased to the price of a
fare and a quarter to any distance. Suffer
ing 'PitUburgers might bear this meekly,
and make no sign, But the railroads say the
friends who visit them during their camp
must pay full fare; and here's the rub.
Generally the number of visitors more than
eonals the number of members in a club.
and besides, the visitors bring an awful lot of
About the middle of next month the small
clubs will begin to quietly fold their tents
and steal a ride. Then, on toward July 10,
.numerous other jolly fellows will form and
take a trip far away. Along in August and
September the harassed business man, the
careworn professional man will drop awav
silently and go as far from scenes of care as
TO PfiEFENT FRAUD.
-Tempcra-rce People Make Use of a New
law Money and Votes Judgo White to
Take the Stamp.
The Executive Committee of the Constl
tutional Amendment Association intend to
.do all in their power to prevent fraud at the
special election on June 18. They are circu
lating copies of a bill passed by the legisla
ture last month. It is as follows:
Be it enacted, etc., That any person who shall
Cite or promise or offer to give to an elector
any money reward or other valuable considera
tion for Jiis vote at any election held for the
purpose of voting on an amendment to the Con
stitution or any other peblio purpose, or for
Withholding the same, or who shall give or
promise to give such consideration to any other
person or party lor sach elector's vote Or for
the withholding thereof. and any elector who
ahall receive or agree to receive for himself or for
another any money reward or valuable consider
ation for his vote at said election or fcr with
holding the same, shall be guilty of a misde
meanor and upon conviction thereof shall pay
a fine not exceeding 1,000 and undergo impris
onment not exceeding one year.
Judge White is going to take the stump
for the prohibition amendment The County
Executive Committee completed arrange
ments with, him yesterday for a series of
addresses. He will make his first speech
some time during week after next The
places for the meetings have not yet been
selected, bnt it is likely he will speak first
at the Opera House,
HIS HOESB FELL OS HIM.
The Fatal Accident Tlint Befell mn Alle
Bheny Flamber With PInck.
By catching and trying to stop his own
runaway horse yesterday morning, H. M.
Beno, plumber, of CI Page street Alle
gheny, was thrown to the ground so that the
beast u on mm, muictine internal injuries
and a broken back, of which he will un
contribute to the columns of lo-morrovfi t Dis
tATCH &n article on training flghtcri and
sptaJu of the decadence of prize fighting.
THE QUEEN Of TABLE WATERS."
uit xiiumsn Prussia) amounted to
F 11,114,000 bottles in 2887, and
12,720,000 bottles in 1888.
m ;rL;.i "WTTtt a tvt crq-nvyrTzn- -crra PIIOIV'O GRAND BARGAIN STORE, i
Lw.jM :-fr?r 3J JJjJSSh aJSL1Ls UUoKl O 300 to 400 Market street, J
"We have placed on sale for to-day
260 men & suits made of tne finest Hockanum
worsted and high colored broadwales. No
tailor in Pittsburg can. duplicate these
suits for less than 850 to $60. Our special
price will be for to-day only 822. These
suits are cut in sacks and three-button cuta
ways; sires from 33 to 44. If you wish to
ee the finest garment ever produced in
ready made clothing call for these two
styles of suits. Ask the salesman to show
you the advertised $22 'suits. This price
only for to-dav (Saturday). P. C. 0. 0.,
cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. new Court
REAL ESTATE SAVINGS BANK, Iltt,
401 Srallhfleld Street, cor. Foffrttt ATenae.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $45,000.
Deposits of $1 and upward received and
interest allowed at 4 per cent TT3
MEAN GREYHOUNDS SSLW5
Viey have made in the pott few yeart in the
matter of tpeed and the potrtbilitles of the
future are diseuued in to-morroW dispatch
by a number of expert.
Itforrlaffe Licenses Gran ted Yesterday.
(Peter Klein Eitt4inr
JKuneganda Blntel fitubart;
(Augustus Barkett Allegheny
Louie Davis Allegheny
5 Andrew Eealer Pittsburg
JFsnuy Keed Pittsburg
l Peter Kell Pltunurg
Catharine Welszgerber Pittsburg
j John Benedick Pittsburg
1 Franelska Maeder Plttcburg
J William Ererly.,
William Ererly Forward township
Maggie Seer 1st Forward township
( juaggie oecrist...
I Annie itouriousk McKeesport
Isidore Klelnheinz Allegheny
(Era E. Wagner Allegheny
IB i. Johnson Washington county
( Dibble i. Thomas Green county
BENEDICT-At 10 P. K.. May 17, 8rDNET
G., Infant son of Joseph and Hannah Benedict
Funeral Sunday, 19th, at 2 p. it, from the
residence of his parents, 131 Erin street Please
omit flowers. 2
BLACRLEtf-On Wednesday, May 15, 1889,
at9:30r.M.,RoBEET Blacklet, in the 70th
year of his age.
Funeral services at the residence of his son,
Joseph Blackley, Munhall, Pa., on Saturday,
May 18, at 10 A. it Interment private from Nine
teenth street station, P., V, & C. B, R,. at 1123
CRAIG At Blakely, Ga., May 13. Robzbt
Lee Buchanan, wife of Chambers McKlbben
Craig, aged 21 years.
DALT-May 17, 18S9, at 6 A. It, MART
Agnes, daughter of John J. and Anna Daly,
aged 15 months.
Funeral on Sukday, May 19, at 10.SO A. K.,
from their residence, near the Butler plank
road, Pine Creek. Friends are respectfully in
vited to attend.
HARPER On Thursday af ternonn, May 16t
18S9, at 2-40 o'clock, at his residence, Orandview
.avenue, Samuel Habseb, in the 62d year of
Funeral services at St Andrew's Church,
Ninth street on Saturday afternoon at 8
o'clock. Please omit flowers. 'Interment
HAZLETT At the residence of his parents.
Rush street Allegheny, Hugh, infant son of
ueorge ana Aimie uazien.
Funeral services Saturday aftebnoon at
8.30 o'clock. Friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend.
HOLTZMAN-On Thursday, May 16, 1SS9, at
120 A. It, MATTHEW HOLTZMAN,, aged 3
Funeral from his late residence, 122 Chestnut
street, Allegheny, on Saturday, May IS, at 10
o'clock a. il Interment private. 2
MALIiO Y On Friday evening,at 8 40 o'clock,
at his residence, 62 High street corner
Fifth avenue, PATRICK Malxoy, in the 75th
year of his age.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
MACFARLANE-Departed this life at 950
A. it, May 15, M. Alice IUcimblane,
dauchter of L G. and Margaret Macfarlane,
881 Edwin street East End.
Funeral services in the East Liberty Presby
terian Church Saturday, May 18, at 2 o'clock
P. it interment private at a later honr.
McHUGH-On Friday, May 17, 1889. at 6.30,
Bridget, wife of Anthony McHugh, aged S9
May her soul rest In peace.
Funeral from her late resIdence.No. 327 West
Carson street Thirty-fourth ward, Sunday at
2 p.m. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend. a
STJTER On Friday afternoon, May 17. 1889.
Cornelia Vickroy, daughter of E. V. and
the late John Suter, aged 19 years.
funeral services at the family residence.
Lake street, East End, Sunday afternoon,
May 19, at 4 o'clock. Interment private at a
SPANGENBERG On Wednesday, May 15,
1S89, at 5 o'clock a. at, Geo. L. aPANaEN
bero, in his 19th year, son of Wm. and Eliza
Spangenberg and grandson of Godtned Eoer
ner. Funeral from the residence of his parents,
117 Fountain street Allegheny, Suitday, 19th,
2 P. if. Friends of the f ainily are respectfully
invited to attend. . 8
JAMBS ARCHIBALD 4 BRO..
. LTVERY AND BALE STABLE,
117, 119 and 1S8 Third avenue, two doors below
Bmithfleld st, next door to Central Hotel.
Carnages for funerals, J3. Carriages for operas,
parties, ic at the lowest rates. All new car-
L rages. Telephone communication.
WEBTEBN INSURANCE CO.
NO 411 WOOD STBEET.
ALEXANDER N1M1CK, President
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President
feiS-36-TTS WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
pEPBESENTEl IN PITTSBURGr IN ISO.
ASSETS . J9J071,e98S
Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JONES. 4 Fourth avenue. 1a20-s2-D
(Soented and Unsoentod)'
OF ALL DRUGGISTS.
DEESS GOODS Summer Dress Fabrics in great variety.
"J4C, IHBUC ID ECU BI .1VC
euanuc otacKs Of DincrhntnR
25c. have been SOld at 40c. Cream nnrt rVilnrort
cneaper. Dntrecommena those xro sm Tinw ciiinfr t inn iQiin nnri ik i?... d.h
worm I1IIT Ter Cent more. Then tho 1irntiii
I -. . - -" r"
Raw-ab A I hntmniin n J ft. T
w6, .uuUo ouu iautv weaves, specially
uiguns. xiunureas 01 pieces plain and fancy
jaenUdhewMt MSaLINEEr"As ttsna1, """ complete "Moment of trimmed
BlackorDreaBilSfrSntw760' BlMk Giaia' " 24"bo11' 78 and
.n.,AInew?ywron?h.the Cloakroom. Cloth Jackets, Jl 25 up. Black and colored Stockinette Jaokets. 83 to 820. Beaded Capes. S3 to $20
ered and 1 lace trimm 1 a .-Sriaera-',;rai5eBnrdDs?ocJceod- J?'" JFer8" 37e nP- CaPe Newmarkets, black and colored, 89. Cashmere Capes, Wraps
WE OFFER this week special bargains
?i 00 ana np to 55 a pair, which speak for themselves as to value and patterns.
rt BckJHorWspi,rT8,'e.adoy for
ist iJiacc .Hosiery. See the Ladies', 25c and
Aaoui,a-ifOng, medium and short handles, newest designs. Hisses' Parasols.
Sample tent on request Moil orders haye our beet attention.
In the Basement Bargain
Annex Entrance just
inside our Fifth avenue
TJie enormous sale of Car
pets by us since April i has
left many 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 ft 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
alargelineof English Ingrain
Art Squares of our own im
portation. 0. McCMTOCK
33 FIFTH AVENUE 33
We have a new line of newstyles,ranglng from
75o to S5 60 each.
Ventilating Summer Corsets.
Linen Corsets, light weight and cool for
Ladies' Summer Gauze Vests.
Best ones at 25c we have ever sold at
Swiss Ribbed Vests. Specially good ones for
the prices at 25c, 35c, 40c and 50c
Children's Summer Gauze Vests and Pan
talettes; all grades.
Ladies' Balbriggan Vests,
Every way and weight; also long and short
All grades ribbed and plain goods.
Bummer Gloves and Mitts.
Men's Summer Underwear.
lowest, medium and finest grades.
Boys' Bummer Underwear.
Knee Jean Drawers
For the boys, that lots of ladies do not know,
can be had. Also long Jean Drawers for the
boys, and Men'a Jean, made long; medium and
short legs. Elastic and tape anklets.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH AVENUR
Dressing t Toilet Sum
Interesting Bargains You Should See.
" have OhalliM at Bo,
dress stvles. &t 8o and inn cnnol in n...... ...i ..i... 4. 11. ii.i !; t.j -Dln;
KiwrKTirlrerx RltiTi Tin.. (.;-, J til.
""-"."fa ", "-a- "- w.
- .. 11 .
tor warm weainer, in au wool, 37J40, 45o and
Dress Fabrics, 25o to 60c, sold in the early
'A ljne of Body Brussels at 76o,
, Serges and Henriettas at 35c, 40o and SOo are unexceptional bargains; also the Black Nun's Veiling, Mohairs,
-! w" " "" yufuiiw vium duiis ai ?, in ail colors, worm $ia ou. wasnouiism uingnam, oaunes ana
"'i6 nS;MGa?ze ?le.rn, In white and colorea- Balbriggan and Lisle Thread for Men. Ladies and Children, at popular prices.
60c; the Children's fast black, ribbed and plain, at 26o, and the large assortment of Fancy Hosiery, all sizes and price!
COMPLIMEMTARY NOTICE !
This Time We Quote From'
Press of May 16.
IT WILL SUCCEED.
How the People Are Taking Hold of
Fleishman's Novel Scheme.
The scheme tc determine which of the city
papers is the most valuable as an advertising
medium, now m operation at the store of
Fleishman t Co., promises to be eren more
successf ul.than was at first anticipated. People
with clippings visit the store in flocks, and
carry away with them handsome souvenirs.
The scheme has already been described in this
paper. Stated briefly it is this: The firm of
Fleishman & Co., with a new to testing the
comparative valne ot their various advertising
mediums, decided to present a souvenir to
every purchaser of goods to the value of II or
more, nrovlded the nnrchiser brines with him
a copy of the firm's advertisement clipped
from one of the city papers. These clippings
are being tiled away" carefully, and each paper
is Riven credit with those that come from its
pages. At the end of a stated period the paper
having the largest number of clippings to Its
credit will be declared the winner. The scheme
Is a novel one and will be as accurate as any
that conld be devised.
Ladies who patronize the store, and nearly
all of them do, should remember to clip Fleish
man & Co.'a advertisement from their favorite
Saper before going to make purchases, as by so
oing they will benefit themselves, as they will
get a beautiful souvenir, benefit the firm that
offers the inducement, and benefit the newspa
per from winch the advertisement is clipped.
The souvenirs are handsome enough to amply
repay any one for the little trouble it taKes to
clip the advertisement and take it with you
when yon go to make your purchases.
The bright weather of the past few days has
kept the big stores on Market street throneed
with people from morning until night. The
clippings have been coming in, and the sonve
nlrs going out with remarkable rapidity.
Everybody Is talking of the scheme; everybody
is delighted with It.
Fleishman & Co. have filled their new stores
with a stock that is both seasonable and reason
able. The very cream of the fashions may be
had at the prices you will pay for last year's
goods elsewhere. The millinery department is
booming, blooming. The ladles are simply
taking it by storm. But they won't scare their
husbands with any big bills. Fleishman fc Co.
do not charge for trimming when the "flxin's"
are purchased from them.
FLEISHMAN & CO.,
CLIP THIS ADVERTISEMENT.
It will entitle you to a souvenir,
if presented to us when you make
Wa have made SPECIAL PREPARATIONS
to have our line of KID GLOVES complete
for the May Musical Festival. The impression
that we keep only high class goods is erroneous.
We have kid gloves from 75u up, and specially
recommend our SI glove in both 4-bntton and
5-hook, which we have in all the latest shades
and new stltchings. We fit and guarantee every
pair. We have all the novelties out in Fans,
Ladies' Neckwear, Handkerchiefs. Rnchings,
Collars and Cuffs, etc, etc. Don't forget our
Corset Department we keep Reliable makes
only, from 76o up to $6 6U, and fit them to the
MANUFACTURERS AND MERCHANTS'
INS. Co., 417 Wood street, Pittsburg, Pa.
v.tal J250,000 00
Assets January 1, 1889 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. Wm. G. Park, A. M.
Byers, Jas. J. Donneli, Geo. E. Painter, John
Thompson. Wm. T. Adair, Secretary; Jas.
Little, Assistant Secretary! August Ammon,
General Agent ja22-48-TTS
ELIXIR OF OPIUM.
Is a preparation of the Drug bywhichlts in
jurious effects are removed, while the valuable
medicinal properties are retained. Inossesses
all the sedative, anodyne, and antispasmodic
powers of Opium, bnt produces no sickness of
;oe stomach, no vomitlnp. no costive ness. no
headache. In acute nervous disorder s It is an
valuable remedy, and Is recommende- d by the
E, FERRETT, Agent,
372 Pearl St, Niw York.
6c, 12o and 180 up. Light Mohairs, 7c
J JKiiA5" J Pi
f m j
.i j m-n j vr J- r. f i: . i.j. d.u . -:... tr. vi. il,.
i.n. 1 1 j i-.v, ' r. ..iu t.i..
season at 40o to 76c. See them on first counter.
a.-jauuu kiahiue. cxuuisLie coionnzs ana ciams. in 1&2& boi iu uiuck. auu uiacit sou wniw:. ui .vb-, auu iuu ovv.
60a up. Bezular lines, our own importation, Black Cashmeres. 45o to ?1, are genuine
and trntrimmed-Hats and Bonnets, Eibbons, Flowers, Feathers, Games, Laces and Orna
ft" ipeoial gdod values? so art the 24-inch Black Gros Grains at ?1, $1 U and ?1 23.
87o and ?1 have sold this season at $1, 1 16
s. Every day sees
Gold41pped Umbrellas from $1 up. The Glorias
B. '& B.
SA TURD A V, May 18.
This is the day generally
given over to piece goods espe'
daily to those goods particular'
ly interesting to gentlemen. It
is our aim to interest them to
Underwear, , -, t
Collars and Cuffs,
FOR BUMMER we have an excellent line of
Gauze and Balbriggan Underwear from 25o to
Jeans Drawers, with elastic ankles, allsiies,
75c The patent elastic seams Jeans Drawers,
$1 and $1 25. Special values in 60c French Bal
briggan Shirts and Drawers.
In White Shirts we have
the best brands. Two specials:
Our "Dollar" Laundried Shirt,
Our three for S2 Shirts.
Neckwear the latest Lon
don and Paris novelties, from
25c to $1 0. These are mag
nificent things to which you
might be directed- for in
stance, the Pure Linen "Four-in-Hand'
at-50c; the Windsor
Ties, etc. Everything new
and appropriate for the sea
son, beside being very cheap.
Flannel Shirts, 50c to
Hosiery is a great specialty
with us. Gentlemen will find
all the best lines fully repre
Onyx dye Cotton Half Hose, 25c, 85c and 50c.
three for 11 of the 85c goods.
Stirpes and plain Balbriggan Hose, ISo to EOc
Lisle. Fancy Stripe, 40e to EOc
Silk Sox, 50c, 75, 81 and $1 60.
Ladies' and Children Ho
siery of all descriptions.
Onyx dye Cotton, 25c to 75c (Three for II of
the S5c lines.) Onyx and other fast blacks, in
Lisle, 40c to 87Kc Fast blacks in Silk, 65c to
Fancy Cotton Striped, 15c up.
Fancy Lisle, 60c
Endless variety of goods for
children especially strong,
heavy ribbed Stockings for
Gloves for gentlemen and
We have specially hand-,
some goods for evening wear.
The May Festival is at hand,
with other occasions where
these are necessities. While
our goods are the choice of the
markets," the prices are the
lowest. Thus the two consid
erations in providitig your
selves with Gloves have been
Many excellent Gloves in black and dark
Our "Dollar" Glove has no equal.
Our "Seventy-Five-Cent" Glove commands
the field at the price.
Full lines of Silk Gloves, black and colors.
Silk Mitts for- summer. -Gents' Driving and
UMBRELLAS In weather dry prepare for
rain. No telling how soon you may need an
Umbrella. We have only the best makes SI
to 110 comprising the latest Improvements In
Umbrellas and latest styles. The Windsors
are guaranteed for a year.
PARASOLS-We hope for fair weather
next week. Success of the May Festival
means much to the Exposition. You will need
parasols. Do you know where to get the bestf
FANS For the May Festival our stock of
fine Fans is unusually large and unusually
attractive, both as to prices and goods.
115, 4 119. 121 .-
Federal Street, Allegheny.
np. 6,000 yards Beetsncker Glaghanls at
.a i.:j 0.-1.1. rr..i, ml,nrr, on A
j 1.1.-1 j ii. .. on. ok. .-j on.
Jersers in black.
and Fichus, embroid-
and $1 25; will not last long. Then our
more ot those .Lace Uurtains at ?1, ?1 25,
at $1 60, $1 76 and 82 can't be beat.
A WONDERFUL PHALANX
Whoeyer wants any spring Clothing and comes here will save
many dollars. Whoever says humbug and stays away will have a chance
of seeing others dressed as stylishly and as elegantly out of our stock as
though they had patronized high-priced tailors.
IF YOU WANT A SUIT,
ELEGANT, STYLISH, BEAUTIFUL,
Perfect form-fitting, grand in fact in every way, don't waste your time
and put yourself out of patience and temper, looking around town is
the hope of getting something better than what we offer. Come at once
to',our store, see our'stock, learn our prices, which you'll see marked
plainly on every garment You may want to buy a suit at
86, $8, SIO OB S12,
or the length of your pocketbook or your desires or inclinations may
cause you to want a
$$, 818, $20, S22 OT3 $25
Suit In any case you're sure not only of getting a suit to please and
fit you perfeqtly, but also certain of getting goods which would cost you
anywhere from-2 to $15 more. On every counter and table you'll find
striking, undisputed and unparalleled bargains and if we cannot suit and
please you in every particular why then it would be useless for us to
offer you a 10 gold piece for a $$ bilL
B0TS' AND CHILDREN'S GI0THING
Every Pittsburg mother; as well as mothers within a radius of a
hundred miles or more of this city, Itnows, or ought to know, that our
Boys' and Children's Clothing department contains all the novelties
and latest styles; also that in prices we're always the lowest We give
the hest idea of the immensity of our stock by saying that our Knee
Pant Suits commence at 89c and run all the way to 10; our Long-Pant
Suits start as low as $3 50 and go to gi8. In Knee-Pant Suits we have
special bargains at $2 50 and $3, and at $$ and $6 for Big Boys. Thous
ands of Kilt Suits, from $1 35 to $S; Sailor Suits from 98c to $6.
J9r IB. 9 j91
m IlltlUlll 5h
LIGHT WEIGHT UNDERWEAR IN DEMAND
Children's Gauze Underwear, 5c up. Men's English Balbriggan
Shirts, long or short sleeves, 48c only. Men's Natural Wool Underwear,
49c only. Men's fancy Flannelette Shirts, regular $1 goods, at 56c only.
Silk stripe Negligee Shirts, regular $2 50 goods, at $1 74 only. Thous
ands of other equally desirable bargains.
One thing we'd like to impress
that We show the largest, best and
in the country. All the best makes
DON'T SPEND A CENT ON FOOTWEAR
Until you've found out all about the Shoes we've got; all about our
mammoth stock, all about our low prices, all about our plan of guaran
teeing a perfect fit and satisfactory wear of every pair that leaves our
store and all about our system of refunding money on all unsatisfactory
purchases. , ,
ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. '
GRAND V ARMY
FEOM $2 qO TO $15.
Every Veteran, all Sons of Veterans
and every member of the G. A. R. posts
in the county invited to attend our store."
Two sets of buttons given with each gar
ment A mammoth stock of White
Vests, White Gloves, G. A- R. Hats and
Caps at lowest prices.
.' MEN'S and YOUTHS'
FINE STIFF HATS
In all the latest and most" fashionable
of colors and shades, at
98c, $1 24 $1 49, $1 69
up. Other dealers prices fully 30 per
cent more money.
OVER 50,000 STRAW HATS
for Men, Boys and Children. AH the
different styles, kinds of braids and
trimmings. Prices: Men's, 34c up;
Boys', 5c up.
Men's Elegant Tourist Hats,
49c, 69c, 98c.
on the minds of mothers and this is
cheapest assortment of Shirt Waists,
and latest patterns.