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THE TETO WRITTEN.
Hajor Gourley Has One Beady on.
the Highland Park Addition.
MORE LAND IS HOT HEEDED THERE.
He Would Bather Bujr Small Parks In Other
Parts of the City.
COTJ5CILMEJf MAT SUSTAIN' THE ACTIOS
Mayor Gourley yesterday publicly an
nounced for the first time that he had de
cided to veto the resolutions providing for
the purchase of the Fite, Flinn and Lock
hart properties as an addition to Highland
Park. The Teto messages were written
nearly a month ago when it was expected
there would be a special meeting of Coun
cils. The Mayor declined to say at that
time what he proposed to do about the
resolutions, though it was generally sup
posed that as lie bad not signed them he in
tended to turn them down.
Kow that his action in the premises is
definitely known, there is much speculation
as to what Councils will do. A considera
ble effort was required to persuade a major
ity of the Councilmen to vote for the pass
age of the bills, and, as some members have
since stated, those who favored the purchase
used the argument with Councilmen, in or
der to secure their votes, that the Mayor
was in favor of adding this property to
Highland Park and w ould surely sign the
JInch Opprsltlon to the Sleasnrr.
Several members who are usually passive
in matters of this kind opposed the resolu
tion vigorously, though it was represented
to them that tbe measures did not provide
for an actual purchase, but were merely
necessary to keep alive options on tbe land,
so that next February, if Councils choose,
an appropriation of $250,000 can be pro
vided and the property purchased.
John Lambie, Dr. Evans and others op
posed this argument, stating that by the
terms of the bills the city would be bound,
if they became law, to buy and pay for the
property, no matter what statements might
be made to the contrary. It required adroit
maneuvering on the part of the other side
to counteract the effect of Mr. Lambie's
argument, and several members iu voting
explained their position by saying they
voted lor the resolutions with the under
standing that only the holding of options
on the property was contemplated, and that
they would not vote to buy outright.
berlom Charge by the Mayor.
It is now believed that not enough mem
bers of Councils can be secured to override
the Mayor's veto. He will not make pub
lic the nature ot tbe arguments he uses in
bis disapproval message, but it is under
stood that he w ill charge misrepresentation
en the part of certain Conncilmen and oth
ers, both as regards his position on the reso
lutions and the ultimate effect of their pass
age. It is known that the Mayor is op
posed to increasing the size of either of the
present parks. He did, at first, favor the
purchase of the Fite property because he
believes that the present entrance to High
land Pvrk is too small and insignifi
cant lor the beautiful stretch of
land beyond, and that with the addition of
the Fite strip on the east side of Highland
avenue there n ould be room enough to ar
range an entrance commensurate with the
size and importance ot the park. But he is
opposed to buying the Lockhart and Flinn
properties and, while he would have been
willing to buy the Fite tract, he feels that
be cannot consistently favor the purchase
of one and not alL
The Mayor has given mucb study to tbe
park question within the past six" months,
and has arrived at tbe conclusion that
Highland and Schenley Parks are already
large enough. He thinks that Highland
Park is too far out to become as popular
with the mass of the people as it should be,
that its location is such that it will always
remain so, and that, barring a comparative
Jew who can remain close to it, the people
must always pay car tare to get to it As to
Schenley Park, he believes it will soon be
the center ol the cit 's population, and will
always be the most convenient and the most
popular with the common people.
Favors a Southside Parl&
He also thinks that unless one owns a
horse and carriage even Schenley Park is
too large. Xo one, he thinks, cares to walk
over a tract of more than 100 acres, and it
would be iar more beneficial to the people
to have several parks of that size than two
large ones in one end of the city. He
thinks the next money spent for parks
should go to the Southside. Twenty, 50 or
100 acres could be bought on the Southside
bills, and with a little improvement
would be a vast comfort and benefit to
tbe large population of that section.
The people of the Lawrenceville and
Bloomfield districts should have a park
also, he thinks, and then those of the West
End. He uses the same argument for im
mediate purchases in these various sections
that Chief Bigclow does for extending the
territory of Highland Park, that is, that
now is the time to buy, because in a few
j ears property will have so increased in
value that the expense will be more than
double as great as at present.
Another point the Mayor will probably
touch upon in his veto message is that while
the figures on the various tracts in question
are probably lower than market values he
is opposed to buying unnecessary land,
when tor lack of money the city is leasing
and paying exorbitant rents for property
lor the public works and salety depart
ments in various parts of the city which
public economy would indicate should be
owned by the city.
ALVEKTISIHG THE TOWS.
City Clrrk Booth Gets a Magnificent Map or
Melbourne, X. S. VT.
City Clerk Booth received a communica
tion yesterday from John Clayton, the town
clerk of Melbourne, X. S. W., containing
an order of the town council requiring Mr.
Clayton to send to this city a map of Mel
bourne. It is a drawing in detail of the
business houses and buildings from a bird's
eye view, and is a most excellent and beau
tiful picture, calculated to impress one with
the importance and magnificence of the
Mrs. Cntkljky Died or Strangulation.
The autopsy ordered by the Court on the
body of Mrs. Max Cutkisky was held in tbe
Hebrew Cemetery yesterday by Dr. J. W.
Boyce, of Mercy Hospital. He was assisted
by Drs. J. Guy McCandless, J. P. McCord
and K. E. Warner. The examination failed
to show anv sisns of foul play, and the
woman evidently died of strangulation.
Struck by a Cable Car.
A wagon belonging to George Harrison, a
sign painter, was struck by a cable car at
Thirty-ninth aud Butler streets last even
ing and was completely demolished. The
timer, Edward Lang, was thrown to the
street, but escaped with a few bruises.
Xeakit every household uses a stimulant
of some kind. None better known or more
highly recommended than Klein's "Silver
.ge" and Duquesne Ho whiskies, Pbysi
cluns of high standing have vouched for the
tuitli ot this over their signatures. These
testimonials are shown in Max Klein's win
t'.ow. Federal street. Allegheny. Send to
liim for catalogue and price list or all kinds
ol liquors. iiwr
tOW RATES TO DENVER.
August 2 to C, Inc'nslvr.
The Pittsburg and Western Hallway will
sell excursion tickets to Denver. Col., good
to return until October II. 'Its.te from Pitts
burs $21 3J. Kanms City and return, samo
dJtcs and limit, $17 35.
IT WAS ONLY LOANED.
Jndgs Acheson Hands Down a Decision In
the Case or John Matthews Against the
Fidelity Title and Trust Company Court
in the United States Circuit Court yester
day Judge Acheson handed down an opinion
in the case of John Matthews against the
Fidelity Title and Trust Company, as
trustees of the Lawrence Bank, to recover
(21,000 on a mortgage. The mortgage wa
given by Moorhead, McCleano & Co. to Mat
thews, who deposited It in the Lawrence
Bank. The latter gave It as collateral se
curity to the Union Bank. It was subse
quently paid by Moorhead, McCleane 4 Co..
and the Union Bank credited tho amount to
the Lawrence Bank. The Lawrence Bank
Bald most of Its Idebtodness to the
nion Bank and tho latter made It all pood
with some of tho mortgage money. The
balance, $21,000, was turned over to the Law
rence Bank's trustee, the Fidelity Title and
Trust Company, and Matthews sued tore
Judgo Acheson decided that the mortgage
had been merely loaned to the Union Bank
nnd that Matthews was entitled to tho
amount sued for.
A Requisition for Tapper.
District Attorney Burleigh yesterday
signed an application to Governor Pattison
for a requisition on the Governor of New
York to obtain B. Tapper, who is under ar
rest in New York Citv. Tapper is charged
before Magistrate McKenna with the larceny
or $200 w orth or clocks and wringers from the
C. F. Adams Companv of Liberty street. He
was arrested in Sew York Wednesday, on a
telegram sent to the police officials by
Superintendent O'Mara. He will be brought
back as soon as the papers are obtained.
Want a Jury Trial.
William Voigt and wire yesterday filed a
petition for a Jury trial in the matter of
their claim or damages for injury to prop
erty caused by the grading, paving and
curbing orGrandview avenue,Thlrty-second
ward. They claimed $3,000 damages, but tiio
viewers allowed them only $1,000.
An Illegal IJqnor Seller Sentenced.
Michael Cloonan, or the Fourth ward, Mc
Kecsport, who was indicted for illegal
liquor selling, yesterday pleaded guilty.
Judge Ewing fined him $550 and sent niin
three months to tho workhouse.
Claims He Was Slandered.
Henry Weislng yesterday entered suit
against George Quigg for $5,000 damages for
alleged slander. Weising says Quigg accused
him of stealing a pig. A capias was Issued
lor Quigg's arrest.
LATE NEWS IN BRIEF.
Another hot wave has struck Chicago.
Thousands of Knights Templar are en
route to Denver.
Austria has quarantined against cholera
from the Turkish Black Sea ports.
The famous Republican Guard Band of
Paris will be at the Chicago World's Fair.
The rumor that Archbishop Ireland is to
be made a cardinal is levlved in St. Louis.
Eighteen Chileans, members or the Ban
durria Club or Valparaiso, will attend tho
Woild's Fair in a body.
Crops near Kalamazoo were badly dam
aged by a ball storm. Every irreenhouse and
skylight in the town was liddled.
An Immense wator spout did great dam
age to Trieste, Austria, yesterday, over
turning omnibuses and tram cars.
German and Russian delegates will dis
cuss, Monday, the Czai's proposition lor a
i eduction or the Prussian grain duties.
Trains from WInnez to Minnesota hav
ing ignored the quarantine the State
authorities have torn up the tracks south or
the boundary line.
Editor Smiley at the British Association
meeting says he will recommend to the
American Government the dwellings being
erected for laborers at Manchester.
A woman attempted witn a can of a high
explosive to blow up the residence or
Charles D. Irwin, a wealthy Chicago Board
or Trade operator, Wednesday night". She
was frightened away by passers by.
English Liberals, dissatisfied with there
suit of the recent recount at Greenock, giving
the seat to Sir Thomas Sutherland, Liberal
Unionist, have caused another count to bo
made, but without affecting the decision.
Tbe clay banks at the terra cotta works
near Camden, N. J., caved in yesterday
morning. But one man was killed, a negro
named John Ross, but it was at first feared
that a half dozen men weie burled by the
What remains of the wreck or the In
man Line steamer Citv or Chicago, which
ran ashore some time ago near the OldHead
of Klnsale, has been sold privately for 420,
after a public anctlon had failed to elloit a
higher bid than 20.
Tbe imports during the first six months
of the present year show a net gain to Italy
In its foreign indebtedness or 102,000,000 lire.
The customs receipts in Italy for the fiscal
year ending June 30, as compared with the
preceding year, show a falling off of 50,792.
Miss Woods, a nleco of Chancellor
Goschen, while walking along a country
load in Kent. England. In commnv with a
female companion, she was assaulted and
snot in tne iace Dy two men witn guns, iier
assailants dlsappeaied and she was found
The Louisville, New Albany and Chicago
vestibule train early yesterday morning
struck a bull that had become fastened in a
culvert at Broad Ripple, near Indianapolis.
The englno was thiown over, killing the en
gineer, H. Metzker, of Lafayette, nnd dan
gerously injuring Fireman Charles Hall. The
train remained on tbe track.
The Pope, in his recent conversation
with Madame Sevorinn, said it is a mission
of the Church to defend herself agalnt
tyranny. The Church must resist the at
tempts which were being made by the
money power to subjugate it. The Pope
also said that he regretted that tbe priests
or Alsace were urging the faithful to forget
their native country and declaiedthat he
himself felt a deep affection lor France.
NIAGARA PALLS AND RETURN, 84 76.
Toronto, Canada, and Return, 85 75, via
Allegheny Valley Railway, Saturday,
Tickets good five days returning. Trains
of Eastlake coaches and Pullman buffet
parlor and sleeping cars leave Union station
at 850 A. K. and 8.50 p. at. tits
Are Ton Going Oat of TownT
If so, do not leave silverware or other valu
ables in the house, but store them in the
safe deposit vaults of tho Farmers' Deposit
National Bang, 65 Fourth avenue, where, at
a small cost, you cau have absolute protec
TExcnrslon to Atlantic City
Via B. & O. R. B, on Thursday, August 1L
Rate$I0 the louud trip, and tickets good for
12 days and good to stop at Washington
City. Trains leave Pittsburg at 8 a. ir. and
9:20 r. M.
rittsburg Is a Great Center
For transient room renting the year round.
If you have a room to rent don't fall to In
sert It at once in The Dispatch cent-a-word
Aothecht's Gallery was crowded yester
day with children having their photos
taken, 77 Fifth avenue. Go there.
Womkx avoid suffering by using Parker's Ginger
Tonic, as It Is adapted to their Ills.
Hixdicbcokis, the best cure for corns. 15 cents.
Small in Bize, great in results: De Witt
Little EarlyRisers. Best pill for constipation
best for sick headache and sour stomach.
ARTIST AND PHOTOGRAPHER,
Cabinet, 88 to 84 per floxenj. petite, 81
perdoseu. Tel hone 1751, ap8-fi-twraa
PATF NTS ,?, U-LEVIS (next Leader).
rM I t-.ll I O. 131 Firtn av-j Pittsburg. Pa
Twenty years solicitor.
A lot which wc guarantee to learn to
Also young mocking birds, (3 each.
E3PICIP3 BIRD STORE
Je25-rarsu 640 Smithfletd ttreel.
.IsWI C9 )H LATHE.
Monday, Aug. 8 "She Couldn't Marry Three"
Midsummer is the
cheapest time to make
either- transient or an
nual. The advts. privi
leged to start any time
up to October i.
All classes of pa
pers. REMINGTON BROS.,
Telephone No. 1484.
YOUR MOTHER RAISED YOU
Use it for custards, puddings, ice cream,
$21 SPECIAL SALE $2.1
5MF.NE DRESS SHOES
WORTH '$4, $5 AND $6,
AT $2.90! AT $2.90! AT $2.90!
FOR LADIES AND GENTS.
THE FINEST BARGAINS EVER OFFERED.
WORTH $4, $4.50, $5 AND $6. NOW ONLY $2.90.
Ladies' Oxford Ties.
The Finest Bluchers,
The Finest Dongola,
Cloth Tops or Plain,
Patent Leather Foxings,
Tipped or Plain,
New Narrow Square Toes.
Worth $4 at $2.90. Worth $3
WORTH $4, SS AND
Fine Calf Bluchers,
Fine Pat Leather Bluchers.
Fine Russett Bluchers,
Every size, every width,
Better than custom-made.
The Newest Shades,
The Finest Materials.
WORTH $4t $5 AND
LOW CUTS, TENNIS AND BASEBALL SHOES
AT HALF PRICE. '
433 AND 435
Wilton Carpets, .
Body Brussels Carpets,
And all kinds of Ingrain Car
pets. Everything new in style,
ohoice in color. All at
SPECIAL LOW PRICES,
Wall Paper in every quality
and style for wall and ceiling.
Special styles in choice colors.
You should see our stock be
fore you buy.
GEO. W. SNAMAN,
136 FEDERAL ST.,
ALLEGHENY CITY, PA.
And your grandmother raised your
mother on the
Condensed Milk. It's the oldest
brand, it's the richest brand, it's
the most reliable brand of condensed
ever offered to the public.
Grocer and Druggist sell it.
pies, caLes, and general cooking purposes.
The Finest Cloth Tops,
The Finest Dongola Kid,
The Newest Style Tips,
The Latest? Style Lasts,
Common Sense and Opera,
New York or Piccadilla,
Every size, every width.
at $2. Worth $2.50 at $1.50.
Men's Finest Fancy Calf,
Finest Patent Leather and
Genuine Kangaroo Bals
All at Great
Every pair fully warranted.
$6. NOW ONLY $2.90.
fa. ' NOW ONLY $2.90.
LAI R D,
1,100 pairs nice Lawn Tennis
Shoes, with first-class rubber solcs(
worth 1, will go at 39c
1,800 pairs good Baseball Shoes,
in assorted colors, worth $ 1.25,
will go at 49c.
900 pairs B Calf Dress Shoes,
seamless, warranted solid leather
throughout, worth $2, will go at
650 pairs French Calf Welt
Shoes, equal to custom made,
worth tSi wiN g at $3-
1,100 pairs bright Dongola But
ton Shoes, worth $1.75, will go
900 pairs selected Visa Kid
Shoes, with heel or spring heel,
long vamps, worked button holes,
calf patent leather tips, worth
3-5 wil1 g at t-S-
400 pairs fine hand-made
French Kid Waukenphasts, with
best calf patent leather tips, worth
$4, will go at $2.50.
1,500 pairs Child's goat spring
heel shoes, solid as a rock, worth
75c; will go at 37c.
1,000 pairs Child's bright don
gola spring heel shoes, worth $1,
will go at 69c.
1,200 pairs Misses' pebble
goat spring heel shoes, sizes 12 to
2,regularpricei.65,willgo at 89c
Q It may cost you the
J loss of a little per
5 sonal comfort to shop
(-J at the present time,
but we can save you
large money on Q
Bedroom Sets, Parlor R
Beds, Lawn Rockers, Q
Refrigerators, B a b y
Buggies and hundreds "J"
of other articles you
923,925 and 927 PFffl AVE.
STRICTLY, IN IT I,
For Remembrance or Engagement Hlngs
nothlnz can be nicer thnn
They are unapproachable. Will not fade.
Will stand washing and scrubbing. Tbey
cannot be sold by any other jeweler in the
United States. We have the loose stones to
set In any lewelpy. Also mounted In Studs,
?lng. Ear.lrops, Neck: Clialns, Brooches, etc
B. IE. .A.IROIfcTS,
Wholesale and Retail Jeweler,
, 65 FIFTH AVE.
Sena for Illustrated catalogue free.
CHESSMAN'S SI.M SPECTACLES
Are recommended by all who have
CAN NOT BE DISTINGUISHED
if Vm l i ' Cjf.
CHESSMAN OPTICAL COMPANY,
42 Federal street Allegheny, Ea.
5,000 KNOCK -ABOUT
OR CRUSH HATS,
Made of finest French felt, in all
different shapes, styles and colors,
lined or unlined, worth 75c, gi
and 1.25, will be closed out at
the striking figure of
We bought these Hats below the
cost of manufacture we sell them
on the same basis.
OUR FINAL CUT IN
Men's STRAW HATS Boys'
Puts prices down to about 25c on
the dollar. Right nice Straw Hats
for only 25 c, and very fine ones
for 50c. At these prices it'll pay
you to invest in another straw hat.
There's lots of hot weather
All Children's Fancy Caps at
preatlv reduced nnces.
FIFTH AVENUE AND SMITHFIELD STREET.
Is a potitive cure for all forma of
' We base this assertion on oar observation of over
thirty years. In which time a very large number and
variety of SHn JHteattt have been reported to us as
cured, by the simple use of Heiskell's Ointment,
without the aid of Internal remedies. Many of these
were cases of long duration, that had resisted the
treatment of the most eminent medical talent In
this and other countries. Heiskell's Ointment
seems never to have failed In a single Instance.
Sold by Drueslsts, or sent by mall.
Price 30 Cents per box.
Bend for . . ..
" Hints for Kitchen and Sick Room," Free.
-. JOHHSTOlT, HOE.LOWAY CO.,
531 Commerce Street, Philadelphia.
YJ Sixth Street,
MENS' AND BOY'S
Clothing on Credit
(Ready-Made & to Order.)
LADIE8' CLOAKS & JACKETS,
Watches & Jewelry,
Cish Prlcis-WltfioDt Security.
miff ftnu-tMrrf aftViaafflAnnttnxrchaitd
auut be paid down; the balance in lull
weekly or monthly payments. Buiineu
traaucted strictly confidential. Opes
dally, from I A. M. to 9 P. M.
WEAK MEN, your attention
IS CJ.LLID TO THE
rone t nmmm great esolisu bimsdt.
Jyy jt2 Gray's Specific
M& tw IFTOTJ BUFF
ZSSL .Jggg'F'YOV BUFFER trm
vous Debility. Weakness of Body and Mind,
Spermatorrhea, and Impotency. and all diseases
that arise from over-Indulgence and self-abnse, as
Loss of Memory and Power. Dimness of Vision,
Premature Old Ace. and many other diseases that
lead to Insanity or Consumption and an early
grave, write for our pamphlet. '
Address GKA.Y M&DICINE CO.. Buffalo. N. T.
The Specific Medicine Is sold by all druggists at
81 00 per package, or six packages for ts 00, or sent
every 15 00 order jy
or man uu rceceips or money, ann wun
a cure ur uiuiibi
JQJ-On account of counterfeits, we have adopted
the Yellow Wrapper, the only genuine. Sold la
l'lttSDlirg ana guarantees issaea dj o. 0. Jiouana,
i guarantees lssui
cor. Smlthfieldand Liberty sts.
the wonderful remedy
Is sold with a vrrlttrn
fuarantt to cure all
nervous diseases, such
aa Weak Memory. Loss
of Brain Power, Head
Lost Manhood, Night
It Emissions, Nenrons.
ness. Lassitude, all
drains and loss of now-
arro&x jjtd artxa
er of the Generative organs In either sex cansed by
over exertion, yonthful errors, or excessive use of
tobacco, opium or stimulants which soon lead to
Infirmity, Consumption and Insanity. Put np con
Tenlenttocarrylnvestpocket. SI per package by
mall; sforSS. with every tS order we jctve a written
ffuantntM to cure orrefund Uu money- CtrcularrVeo.
A(lfl-1M W' "-1 ".. f'hll . 'l
For sale In Pittsburg by Jos. Fleming St
Boa, draggle, 110 ana 113 Market st.
Got a fearful whack prices
being dashed to pieces.
Q Buys choice from about 900
30 Knee-Pant Suits, sizes 4 to
14, and Kilt Suits, sizes 2 to 6,
made of very fine all-wool Scotch
Cheviots, fancy Mixtures, Home
spuns, Cassimeres, etc.," cut in the
popular Zouave, Nassau, Junior,
Reefer, Vest, plain, double
breasted and fancy pleated styles.
These suits were sold in season at
4-5 tS 5'5 $6 and $6.50,
but, being now largely odds and
ends, we will close them out at
the uniformly low price of 3.
nru iv e nave aDOUt 10,000 I
,3 more pairs of those brown J
woolen Knee Pants, sizes 4 to 14,
worth about 75c, and will sell
them at 25c.
That $6.65 Sale of Young
Sizes 14 to 19, is an increasing at
traction. Can't lastmuch longer,
however, as the goods will soon be
closed out. They're suits worth
from $g to $12. All go at 26. 65.
Those Fancy English Linen
Suits at $1.24,
Sizes 4 to 8, are the best bargain
ever offered anywhere. They are
made in all different novel styles
and will wear like a board. If
you want one, come quick. Soft
snaps like this one don't wait
THE MERCANTILE AGENCY
R. Gf. Dun & Co.,
'Westlngfcouse Bufldlnsr, corner Penn Ava.
and Ninth St., Pittsburg, Fa
This establishment snoclles all necessary
Information as to the standing, responsibil
ity, etc., ot business men throughout North
America. It Is the oldest and by far the
most complete and extensive system ever
organized for the accommodation of Bank
ing and Mercantile interests and the General
Promotion and Protection of Trade.
Debts Collected and Legal Business as
tended to throughout the North Americas,
ont jnent. tbj
814 FENX ATENTJE, PITISBOBG, PA.
As old residents know and hack flies of
Plttsbnrtr papers prove, is tbe oldest estab
lished and most prominent physician in the
city, devoting- special attention to all chronic
diseases. Mn CCC IIMTII PIIDCTi
iiu rut. uii i iLuuni-u
sponsible Mr pn I Q and mental dls
persons IlLn VUUO eases, physical de
cay, nervous ueonity, lacx oi energy, amoi
tlon and hope, impaired memory, disordered
sight, self distrust, bashfulness, dizziness,
sleeplessness, pimples, eruptions, impover
ished blood, failing powers, organlo -weakness,
dyspepsia, constipation, consumption,
unfitting tbe person for business, society ana
marriage, permanently, safely and privately
?nnreadi, BLOOD AND SKIN! Kit
eruptions, blotches, falllnghalr,bones,pa.lns,
glandular swellings, ulcerations of the
tongue, mouth, throat, ulcers, old sores, are
cured lor life, and blood poisons thoroughly
eradicated from 1 1 Dl M A DV kidney and
tbe system. U n 1 1 1 n II T bladder de
rangements, weak back, gravel, catarrhal
discbarges, inflammation and other painful
symptoms receive searching treatment,
prompt relief and real cures.
Dr. whlttier's life-long extensive experi
ence insures solentlflc and reliable treat
ment on common sense principles. Consulta
tion free. Patients at a distance as carefully
treated as if here. Office hours, 9 a. . to 8
r. x. Sunday, 10 i.x. tolr.n. only. DR.
WUITTIEK, 814 Penn avenue, Pittsburg, Pa
DR. E. C. WEST'S
NERVE & BRAIN
Treatment, a guaranteed specific for Hysteria,
Dizziness. Convulsions, Fits. Nervous Xeuralgti
Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by the uss
of alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental De
pression, Softening of the Brain resulting In In
sanity, decay and death. Premature Old Age. Lots
of Power in either sex, Involnntary Losses aal
SDennatorrhan caused by overexertion of tin
brain, self-abuse or over-indulgence. Xaea box
contains one month's treatment. H.00 a box, t
six for 15.00, by mall.
WJt GUARANTEE TX BOXEI
To eure any case. With each order received for
six boxes we will send the purchaser our written
guarantee to refund the money If the treatment
does not eure. Guarantees Issued only by ZillU
O. STUOKY. Druggist. Sole Agent. No. M01 and
1701 Penn avenue, corner Wylle avenue and Fultoa
street, Pittsburg. Pa. Uss Sen cxy's Diarrhoea
Cramp Coxa. Mandsa cU. Ja-182-oda
OOK'S COTTON RQQT
A recent discovery by an old
physician, buaxjtfidlv used
mmthlv by Vumtamu afladitt.
Is the only perfectly safe and
reliable medicine discovered.
.Beware of unprincipled drug
gists who offer inferior medi
cines In place of this. Ask for
coot's Cottow ROOT c-omfousd, mm m rtumu
tute, or inclose si auu yv" JTJIZf ..t . ,
andwe will send, sealed, by return matt. Full
sealed particulars in plain envelope, to ladles only.
Address Pond tlly Company,
o. SFlsber Block, Detroit, iflso.
43-Sold In Pittsburg by
JOS. FLEMING ft SON.
del7-Sl-eodwc 412 Market street.
SPECIALISTS In all cases re-
3 airing selentlflo and confl
entlai treatment, r. 8. K.
Lake, M. R. C. P. S.. is the old
est aud most experienced spe
cialist in the city. Consulta
tion free and strietlv confi
dential, umco nours. to ana i to o r. .
Sundays, 2 to Ir.u. Consult them person
ally, or write Dootobs Lakh, cor. Penn ar.
and Fourth it., Pittsburg, . JelMtDW
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