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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. KATTfRPAY. AUGUST 13.
THK5m.j , " ' "" f '. (a ' -- 1
A DAT FOR PATRIOTS.
Arranging for the Observance of the
400th Anniversary of
THE DISCOVERY OF AMERICA.
Major Gourlej Wants the Celebration to
Be in Echenler Park.
ECHO0L CHILDREN TO B2 IN FRONT
A monster celebration of Colum
bus' Day, October 21, the four hun
dredth anniversary of the discovery
of America, is to be held In this
city. The form of exercises, whether there
shall be a grand parade over the streets of
the city, or an immense meeting at Schen
ley Part, or both, is a matter yet to be de
cided. Mayor Gourley has been thinking
about organizing a celebration of the day
among the school children, but was waiting
until the schools opened in September be
fore making any move in the matter
Yesterday Mayor Gourley was waited
upon by a committee from the Columbus
Club of this citj, the chairman ot the com
mittee being H. F. HcGrady, Esq.,
president of the club. They told
the Mayor that on last Monday
evening there had been held at the club
house a meeting of delegates representing
nearly every Catholic church in Allegheny
county. The meeting decided that a cele
bration of the day should be held in this
city, but a resolution was adopted that the
Mayors of the two cities be invited to take
the lead in the matter, and that the cele
bration be made general and non-sectarian,
the Catholic organization only co-operating
to make it a success.
IT 111 Take Action on Monde-.
The Mayor expressed his willingness to
assist in the movement to the best of his
ability. The plan he had in mind of having
the celebration for the especial benefit of
the school children was heartily indorsed
by the committee, and they adjourned, to
meet at the Mayor's office Mon
day afternoon at 2 o'clock. At
this meeting a plan of action will
be decided upon. Mayor Kennedy, who
was also waited unon by the committee yes
terday and signified his approval of the
celebration, will attend the next meeting,
and the superintendents of the publio
schools of both cities and the county will be
Mayor Gourley's idea is to make (he ob
ject of the celebration the instruction of the
school children in patriotism, love for their
country and the fla?. Some time ago the
Mayor had his attention called to the sub
ject of a public school celebration by a cir
cular received from the Columbian Public
School Celebration Committee, appointed
bv the National Convention of Superin
tendents of Education last February. The
committee consists of Francis Bellamy,
Chairman, of the Youths' Comvanion, Boston;
John W. Dickson, Secretary of Education,
Massachusetts; Thomas B. Stockwell, Public
School Commissioner, Rhode Island; "Y. P.
Garrett, State Superintendent of Tennessee;
"W. C. Hewitt, Superintendent of Michi
gan's educational exhibit tor the "World's
The Rising Generation In Front.
This committee has been making creat
preparations for the work. Their object is
to have local celebrations in every town in
the country, to awaken enthusiasm in the
Columbian exposition which opens on that
day and to give the public schools the first
place in the celebration. The committee
will appeal to the school children them
selves to be the first to move, to arouse in
the schools and in their neighborhoods a
sentiment in favor of a spontaneous remem
brance of the intrepid sailor of Genoa. Af
ter the movement is under way the com
mittee will furnish printed programmes,
adapted to any district, but arranged so that
tbev can be elaborated if desired. The aim
of this official programme is fo have certain
leading exercises the same in every school
in the Republic,and that at least one feature
of the exercises at Chicago and those of all
the schools will be identical.
"While the schools are asked to start the
movement it is expected that all civic, mili
tary and religious organizations in each lo
cality will take it up with equal vigor and
contribute to its success.
A Day tor ratrlot or All Aces.
The Mayor heartily approves the plan of
this national committee, out thinks Alle
gheny county and particularly the two
cities should combine in a grand'demonstra
tion at Schenley Park. He proposes the
appointment of a good committee of 15 per
sons interested in publio and parochial
schools with a view to making the celebra
tion positively non-sectarian. The formu
lation of all plans for the proper observance
of the day, provision of ways and means for
bringing together the school children of
both cities and the county, and making a
grand success of the affair will be left wholly
with the committee. ,
Said the Mavor last evening. "By all
means let us have in this city a celebra
tion ot the lour hundredth anniver
tary ot the discovery of America,
and by all means let the school children
here and all over the land have the front
row of Beats in the show. The celebration
island should be tor their benefit To the
older heads this country has become simply
a great checker board." The rising genera
tion of citizens should be imbued with a
little genuine patriotism and love of coun
try that has in it no element of selfishness.
Future Kulers of the Country.
"There are 13,000,000 public school chil
dren in this country to-day. The entire
population of the country 60 years ago was
less than that. The public school children
form one-filth of the country's population
now, and there are over 1,000,000 in paro
chial and private schools. Fifteen vears
irom now these 14,000,000 children
will be controlling the Republic. They
should be prepared lor that work.
They should receive every possible lesson
in patriotism. No opportunity to do this
should be neglected, lor in our voters ol 15
years hence will rest the safety ot our Gov
ernment Patriotism made this Govern
ment and must be kept alive to sustain it.
"I hope there Mill be a spontaneons
movement onthe part of the people to as
sist in this undertaking. Those who live
to-day did not see the last anniversary, and
they will not see the next one. Every man
should be glad to live and take part in this
one. My own idea is to have a grand meet
ing in Schenley ParK, but the question of
details will be taken np at our meeting next
Monday. From the consideration I have
liven the subject I am satisfied our people
will take up the movement with enthusi
sm." Mr. McGrady said that if a general dem
onstration was not made the Catholics
would hold one. The Catholic churches
will all have special services on the morn
ing of October 12. that being the date in
history of the landing of Columbus, but the
general celebration will be on the 21st, the
day fixed bv President Harrison for the
formal opening of the World's Columbian
AMATEUR athletics In THE DISPATCH
to-morrow. ffevlew of the week's events.
A Sunday Fchool Picnic
The Smithfield Street M. E. Sunday
School held a picnio at Idlewlld Park yes
terday. Two trains often cars each carried
the excursionists. It is estimated that 1,300
Crnel Parents Arrested.
Young Thompson, who was found sick
and neglected at his home on Pride street
on Thursday, was yesterday sent to the
Merc; Hospital. His parents have been
locked up charged with cruelty and neglect.
AN ECHO OF THE STRIKE;
One Dnqaesne Itolirr Charges Another
With Blander The Two Quarreled
About a Place In the Mill A Suit for
An echo of the lecent Duquesne strike
reached the Common Pleas Court yesterday.
Attorney W. J. Brennen filed the BUit of
William J. Williams against John Evans,
an action 'for (5,000 damages for alleged
slander. Both men are rollers and live at
Duquesne. Williams asierts that on Au
gust 5 and 6 Evans said io him and in the
presence and hearing of oOmrs, Intending
to defame him and injure him in the estima
tion of his neighbors, that "WTUlams had
tried to supersede Evans in hi position as
a non-union roller in the Duquesne Steel
Williams, in his statement, denies the
truth of Evans' assertion and claims that
by it he has been injured in his good name,
fame and reputation and brought into dis
grace and disrepute among his neighbors,
.who since then have suspected him as
guilty and meriting punishment They re
fuse to have any conversation or communion
with him, and for this and other Injuries he
wants $5,000 damages. A capias was issued
for the arrest of the defendant to require
him to give bail
Want Damaeti for an Injury.
Suits for damages were entered yesterday
by Jacob Peter and his father, Adam Peter,
against tho Federal Street and Pleasant
Valley Passenger Railway Company. The
damages asked are for injuries to the son.
On July 19, 1892, it is stated, an electrio
wire of the company's on Charles street,
Allegheny, was broken and fell to the
street. The wire, which was charged with
electricity, btruck the boy across both legs,
severelv shocking and burning him. He is
permna"ently injured, it is alleged, and $25,
000 damages are asked for him and $10,000
,for his father.
ITCHING Ai Bill
Bores All Over Her Body. Snfferlnc End
lew. Doctor Useless. Cured In
4 Weeks by Cntlcura.
Your most valuable Cvticura Remedies hare
done my Utile (rtrl so much rood that I feel like
saying this for the benefitof thosewho are troubled
with skin disrates, bhe as troubled with Itching,
ourning sores. nen 1
took her to the doctor
the flrst time, he called It
the Italian Itch, and said
he would cure ber in two
weeks. 'When the two
weeks were up, he called
It eczema, and In that
time she was worse than
before. He doctored her
for three months, and she
was so bad tnat we did
not know what to do.
He did not do her any
Rood, 1 saw the adver
tisement or TJTICUBA
Remedies In the paper,
and I said to Tnv wlfp
"1 am row to try them," Mind what 1 say, she
was so thick with sores that we had to soak her
clothes to take them off. Itch I there was no end to
It. She had it all over her body, back, lees, arms.
In between her 11 offers. She did not have It on her
head. But arter taking Tour Cuticcba REMEDIES
for two weeks the Itch atobped, arid in Tour weeks
the sores were alt (rone. I enclose her portrait. I
am more than pleased with your Coticuba REME
DIES, as tbev speedily cured my daughter, and If
anybody asks me about your remedies, I wlU up
hold them wherever I bo.
,CH ARLES M. GRONEL.
Conshohockcn, Montgomery County, l'a.
Why Stiller One Moment
From torturing and dlsflgurlng skin diseases, when
a single application of the Cuticdra Remedies
will, in the great majority of cases, afford instant
relief in the most agonizing of Itching, burning,
scaly, crusted, pimply, and blotchy skin, scalp, and
blood diseases with loss of hair, and point to a
speedy, permanent, and economical cure.
Sold everywhere. Mce. Coticuba. (Oct soap,
S5c; Resolvent, fl. Prepared by the Poms
Del' a amd Chimicux Cobpobatiox, Boston.
.??" 7How Cure 8tln Diseases." Hi pares,
CO Illustrations, and testimonials, mailed free.
nlQV'C 8,k,n and ScalP purified and beautlned
DAD I 3 b Ccticcka SOAr. Absolutely pure.
PAINS AND WEAKNESSES
Of females, lnstantlv relieved hv tht
new, elegant, and Infallible Antidote to
Pain, Inflammation, and Weakness, the
CUT1CCBA AXTt-PAIS PLASTXB.
Yale (Yale! Yale I
Everybody knows that the 'Yale'
is the best lock.
It can betol&from the worthless
imitations by the word "Yale"
or this mark (Y&"h which ap
pears on every genuine key.
Bv a thorough knowledge of the natural laws
which govern the operations or digestion and nutri
tion, and bv a careful application of the fine prop
erties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps has pro
vided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavored
beverage which may save us raanv heavy doctors'
bills. Ills by the J ndlclous use of such articles of
diet that a constitution may be gradually built up
until strong enough to resist every tendency to dis
ease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are floating
around us ready to attack wherever there is a weak
point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keep
ing ourselves well fortified with pure blood and a
properly nourished frame." ''Civil Service Ga-
Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold
only in half-pound tins, by grocers, labeled thus:
JAMES EPPS & Co., Homoeopathic Chemists,
Je2S-94-TuS London. England.
:Extract of Beef.
pjreslBEEF TEA cheapest
In the Kitchen lor Soaps, Sances
and Made Dishes.
Only Theater Open In tho City.
SHE COULDN'T MAURY THBEE.
Auir. 15 Greatlaborplay, "Underground.''
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, AT 8.
THE FAMOUS IROQUOIS BAND,
In a GRAND" CONCERT. Popular music.
Under K. of F. auspices.
PRICES IS TO 73 CENTS. au!3-X8
CHOICE FLOWERS, LOW PRICE
Telephone ISU. S8 Fifth ava,
ipUtts Between 'Wood and Mar koa.
LAIRD'S Shoe Stores show the largest
and Most Complete Line of Ladies', Misses'
and Children's Cloth Top Shoes.
$150, $1.75. $2, $2.50.
Children's Cloth Top Do ngo fa Pat. Tip Spring, , ,
99c. $1.18, $1.25, $1.50.
Misses' Cloth Top Pat. Tip Spring Heel,
$1.25. $1.50, $1.75, $2.
W. M. LAIRD,
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
433 AND 435
1. W. COB. PE.NN AVE. ANTj SEJCTHST., PITTSBITHG, PA.
THE LARGEST AND MOST PROGRESSIVE BU3INES8 COLLEGE IN WESTERN PMNA.
Send for New Illustrated Circular, giving full particulars, mailed free.
Address, J. C. SMITH'S SON.
Evening Sessions begin Monday. September 28. Telephone IMS.
We will, for this week only, sell a Ladies' or Gents' Rolled Plate
Watch Chain, WARRANTED FIVE YEARS FOR WEAR, at the un
heard of low price of 9J 1 5 O cacn-
G re enough Street and Gas Alley.
OFFICE, 106 GRANT ST.
Youghiogheny Gas and Steam
W Prompt service to manufacturers and consumers generally.
THIS INK IS MANUFACTURED
J. HARPER BONNELL CO., vk
IT IB A DUTY yon owe yourselfand fam
ily to set the best value for roar money.
Economize In your footwear by purchasing
W. Li. nnuclas Slinm. which represent the
best valne for prices asked, as thousands
will testify. .
UK Ml ISU.USX1TUTH..M
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE cenImen.
THE BEST S HOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY.
A genuine sewed ehoc.Ciat trill not rip, fine
calf, seamless, smooth Inside, flexible, more com
fortable, stylish and durable than any other shoe
ever sold at the price. Equals custom made shoes
costing from s ft 45. ...
ffiJi and 35 Hand-iewed, fine calf shoes. The
P most stylish, easy and durable shoes ever sold
at the price. They equal fine Imported shoes costing
from 5 to 12.
E7A11 other grades of the same high
standard of excellence.
CAUTION. Beware of dealers substituting
shoes without W. L. Douglas name and tbo price
stamped on bottom. Such substitutions are fraudu
lent and subject to prosecution by law for obtaining
money under false pretences.
W. i. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass. Sold by
D. Carter, 71 Fifth avenue; J.N'.Frohring,3S9 Flft
avenue;!!. J. & O. M. Lang, 4501 Butler street
Pittsburg: Henry Roster, No. 108 Federal street
n G.Hollman, No. 72Bebecca street, Allegheny
E.tchlnsonBros., Ho. 230 Beaver an , Allcihen
FDEB FAMILY WHISKIES
Enjoy a reputation second to none. Better
goods were never placed before the public
We here quote some of our Whiskies that
are by common consent the standards .of
FLEMING'S OLD EXPOET,
Quarts SI, or six for (5.
FINCH'S, GOLDEN WEDDING,
Quarts $L25, pr six for 56.
GIBSON'S TEN-YEAB OLD,
Quarts CI. SO, or six tor $7.60.
FLEMING'S PBIVATE STOCK,
Quarts ?2 each.
We guarantee all our goods, Including
Brandies, Wines and Gins, to be Just what
ire claim, and that is absolute purity, well
aged and all that can be desired in flavor.
Correspondence and mail orders solicited.
Goods shipped to all points by rail promptly.
JOS. FLEMING & SON,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
112 MARKET ST., COR. DIAMOND,
JySl-TTSBu Pittsburg, Pa.
JihIU. .f 1 It. Ih. ul I ts. ,A .11
S1.000 and be pot back when 1 vw. I tm both nrpriMd and proad
of tbe cbaan. I recommend roar treatment to all snfferere from
obeiltT. will aniwer all lnqiittlee tf namj la locloud tor reply."
PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL CONFIDENTIAL.
Harmlm, and with tarrla:, Inconvenience, or Ud electa.
For parucalan addrtu, with oeau In lumps
BL 0. V. F. SBTOEB. OTICKWS TH"T" -""" 1, III
Has removed to 600 LIBERTY STREET, over
Spectacles and eye glasses exclusively.
liter thmi 1 wimlA not toll
$1.50, $1.75. $2, $2.90.
Cor. Liberty and Smithfield
and 311 Smithfield Street
COAL CO., LTD.,
White and River Sand.
with river sand.
Oil. WELL STJPPiaES.
OIL WELL SUPPLY CO.,
91 and 92 Water Street,
After 19 Years of Trial,
FAMILY SAFEGUARD OIL,
Is Conceded to Be the Best and Safest Oil
Known. , .
NEVER VARIES IN QUALITY. -
Cannot Be Exploded.
It is the very highest grade of refined pe
troleum, from which in the process of man
ufacture, every impurity has been elim
inated. Elaine is free from benzine and parafdne;
it will never chill In the coldest tempera
ture known on this continent.
In color, Elaine is spring-water white, and
its "fire test" is so high as to make it as ab
solutely safe as any illumlnant known.
Having no disagreeitblo odor, Elaine is a
pleasant oil for family use.
Can Bo Burned in Any Petroleum Lamp.
A POSITIVE .PROTECTION FROM LAMP
MAKES THE SAFEST AND BEST LIGHT
ELAINE! T6haefrr OIL.
100 Million Gallons ELAINE Sold in IS Years
From 1873 to 1897.
Elaine Cannot Be improved Upon.
WAEDEN & OXNARD,
fel PITTSBURG. PA.
Is a relief and sure cure f o
tbe Urinary Organs, Gravel
and Chronic Catarrh of the
The Swiss Stomach' Bitters
trade make, are a sure cure for Dyspepsia,
Liver Complaint and every species of in
digestion. wild Chrrry Tonic, the most popular prep
aration for onre of Cougbs, Colds, Bronchitis
and lung troubles.
Either of tbe above $1 per bottle, or $6 for
IS. If your drucglst doei not handle these
goods write to Wif. F. ZOELLER, sole M'lr,
Pittsburg, Pa. ja2-57-TTS
M. MAY, SONS & CO.
FINE DYEING AND CLEANING.
i, 66 Sixth ave, Pittsburg, Pa. t
Telephone 2Wi - m
Costly Thy Habits as Thy
Purse Can Buy. Shak.
ITS a pity that the immortal
bard didn't live long1 enough
io see wJuzt fatilllessly, fine
fitting, handsomely made, per
fectly finished suits we can
place at ycrnr disposal for $8,
$10 and $12. He once re
marked, "The apparel oft
proclaims the man " Had he
seen our home-made suits he
would have said, "That's the
kind of apparel to proclaim
the man." We are now clear
ing out our entire stock that's
left to make room for fall
stock. We need and must
have room. No sacrifice too
great to gain our end. Come
954 and 956 LIBERTY ST.
Have you seen our FAVOR
ITE all-wool pants at $2.25?
A few more left don't miss
AM, KIND Sm
B4i omiumeia st
What the Champion Brides Jump or and
Swimmer of the World Says of If.
Messrs. McKinnle & Chessman:
Gkktlemik I was induced to try a bottle
of your truly wonderful medicine, and can
say it is tbe only medicine that has ever
done me any good, and, in Tact, tbis oured
me. I have Deen a constant sufferer with
rheumatism ever since my long swim from
Albany to New York in my rubber suit.
Immediately afterward I went to England,
where I was laid up with rheumatism for
four weeks at Shield's Hotel, London. I se
cured the best medical attendance, paying
two guineas a day for the treatment, with
out deriving as much benefit as from one
bottle of your medicine. I feel truly grate
ful to you and you can rest assured I will
never let an opportunity of testifying to the
merits of this valuable medicine pass, and
freely give tbis recommendation In behalf of
suffering humanity who may have been
robbed by quack doctors and ruined In
health by the many injurious prescriptions
used by BUfferers, as has been m v case.
Nos. lit and 333 Bowery, New York.
July 29, 1891
Frlce 83 per bottle.
For sale by all druggist.
M'KINNIE !L CHESSMAN M'F'n CO.,
eic Peon Ave., nttsbnrg. Fa.
Send your mame to the office and we -will
mall. free, pamphlet of testimonials.
f eoccupy tie entire Mil
7 Sixth Street,
MENS' AND BOY'S
Clothing on Credit!
(Ready-Made L to Order.)
LADIES' CLOAKS & JACKETS,
Watches & Jewelry, .
Cask Prices withoit Security.
fERMS: One-third of the amount purchased
Saint bo paid down; tha balance in (null
weekly or monthly payments. Business
rransaciea sinctly connaentui. vpc.
dally, from 8 A. M. to 9 P. M. Saturdays
Get Into Goon lis.
Between 5,000 and 6,000 are still
left and, taking advantage of the
present hot spell, we have slashed
and slaughtered the prices, so as to
effect an immediate clearance. Ask
to see these 4 lots:
This lot consists of 5 styles of fine
Madras Shirts. Some silk mixed,
some checked, some striped; former
prices were 75c and $1.
This lot consists of the stylish
laundered collar and cuff Shirts,
made of fine Cheviot, Madrasrand
Crepe Cloths; former prices were $1
This lot consists of broken sizes
and odds and ends of our former $1.75
and $2 Outing Shirts, with laundered
collars and cuffs.
This is the crowning bargain lot,
including as it does odds and ends
of our former 2.50, $3 and 3.50
lines of finest Outing Shirts.
450 Boys' Beautiful English Linen
Wash Suits, Sailor and Zouave styles,
fancy braided, etc."; were $2 and
350 Children's elegant All-Wool
Kilt Suits, very stylish; with hand
somely braided deep sailor ' collars;
were 3.50, .
FIFTH AVE. AND SMITHFIELD ST.
814 TEUN AVEKBE, PITTSBDBO, PA.
As old residents know and back flies ot
Plttsbura papers prove, la the oldest estab
lished and most prominent physician in tha
city, devotinjc special attention to all chronlo
ftSXNO FEE UNTIL CURED
sponsible MCDXnilC and ""m"11 ills
persons IN L H V U U O eases, physical de
cay, nervous debility, lack of eney, ambi
tion and hope.lmpairedmemory, disordered
sight, self distrust, bashfulness, dizziness,
sleeplessness, pimples, eruptions, impover
ished blood, falling powers, organlo weak
ness, dyspepsia, constipation, consumption,
unfitting theperson for business, society and
marriage, permanently, sarely and privately
iBL00D AND SKINs'K
eruptions, blotches, falling lialr,bones,pains,
glandular swellings, ulcerations of the
tongue, month, throat, ulcers, old sores, are
cured lor life, and blood poisons thoroughly
eradicated from 1 1 DIM A 6V kdL'Sy tt?d
tbe system. U III l nil I i bladder de;
rangements, weak back, gravel, catarrlia.
discbarges, inflammation and other painful
symptoms receive searching treatment,
prompt relief and real cures.
Dr. Whlttler's life-long expensive experi
ence .insures scientiflo and reliable treat
ment on common sense principles. Consulta
tion free. Patients at a distanceas carefully
treated as if here. Office hours, 9A.Ji.to
p. m. Sunday, ,10 x. u. to Ir.tc only. IB.
VIirriIEK,8U Penn avenue, Pittsburg, Pa
DR. E. C. WEST'S
NERVE & BRAI N
Treatment, a jruaranteert specific for Ujttertt,
Dimness. Convulsions. Pits. Nerrous Nenralglv
Headache, Nervous Prostration Closed br thauss
or alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental Da
nresslon. Softening of tha Brala resulting In la
lanltr. decay and death. Premature Old Age. Loss
of Power In either sex; Involuntary Losses and
Swnnatonhcea caused by over-exertion .of tha
brain, self-abuse or oTer-lniinlyence. laoh box
contains one month's treatment ILM abox.
six for S5 00. or mall.
WH COABANTEE SEC BOXET
To cure any case. With each order received far
six boxes we wlU send tha purchaser oar wrlttsi
guarantee to refund the money If tha treatment
does not cure. Guarantees issued only br EUIb
O. STUCKY, Druggist, Sole Agent. Nos. M01 and
ml Penn avenue, earner Wylle avenue and Fulton
street, Pittsburg. Pa. Use StU cky's Ularrhce X
Cramp Cure. 25 and SO cu. ,. Ja-132-eoda
DOK'S COTTON ROOT
Arecenv discovery by an old
physician. ouccruuy used
monthly by ttumtamU of ladlt.
Is tbe only perfectly safe and
reliable medicine discovered.
Beware of unprincipled drug
gists who uffer Inferior medi
cines In place of this. Ask for
rvwiK's cottox BOOT COMrouin). last no turns.
Mi. ofln?ll?ndcenUln postage in letter
and we will send, sealed, by return mall. Fall
Maledpticularsin plain envelope, to ladles only.
Pond T.lly Compaay,
No. S Fisher Block. Detroit, iDea.
43-SoU la PltUbu rg by
a a BSafSETIal
There's lots of hot weather ahead
making Thin Underwear a necessity.
And why not buy it right now while
a saving of 50 per cent can be effected
at this Building and Extension Sale?
See these 4 lots:
This lot consists of 7 styles of
finest French finished Balbriggan
Underwear, with Pearl buttons; for
mer price was 50c.
This lot consists of the odds and
ends of ten different lines of ex
tra . fine plain and colored Bal
briggan Underwear, worth from
75c to J? 1.
This lot consists of genuine French
Balbriggan Underwear, mostly sizes
36, 38, 40 and 42; former prices
'were $1 and $1.25.
This lot consists of the celebrated
Medlicott, Morgan & Co., Conradi
Friedman, finestBon-Bon Underwear,
etc.; worth ,$1.50 to $2.
600 Short-Pant Suits, sizes 4 to 14,
made of stylish and substantial mate
rials, single and double-breasted;
were $2.50 and $3,
i , , -- - -
500 Boys' School Suits, very
neat and serviceable; plain, double
breasted or pleated styles; were
553.50 and $4,
Wa send tha marvelous French
KemeJy CALTHOS fire, and a
legal guarantee that Calthos will
STOP Dlscharta Jtr EmlaafoM,
CURE 0p?rmtorrhe. Varicocele,
and RESTORE Loat Vlror.
Use it and fay if satisfied.
AddrPM,VOrf MOHL CO.,
8.1. laurlcu IftaU, OadaiaU, Oala.
The great Spaa.
lh Kemedy, la
sold WITH A
WET TT R K
to enre all nerv.
ous diseases, snes
sirom iro Amu caixa. f-oss of Brainpowers
Wakefulness Lost Manhood. Nlghtlr Emissions.
Nervousness, Lassitude, all drains and loss of power
of tha Generative Organs In either sex caused by
over-exertion, youthful errors, or excessive usa of
tobacco, opium or stimulants. II per package by
mall: for?. With Try 15 order we GIVE A
WRITTEN GUARANTEE TO CUBE or REFUND
MONEY. Spanish Medicine Co., Madrid. Brain,
and Detroit. Mich, for sale by JOS. FLEMING
SON. Pittsburg. 3ess-2s-irrr
A remedy used for many years by an old
physician with great succes. It is a per.
leotly safe and reliable remedy and is sua
eeesfully used as a monthly corrective by
thousands of ladles. Beware of Imitations.
AskJbr Dr. Mott's Pennyroyal Female PIUl
and take no other, or enclose SI and we wilt
mail you a box securely sealed la plain pa.
per. Price l per box, six for $5.
DE. MOTT'S CHEM. CO.,
Sold at wholesale and retail by Jos. Fleming
& Son. Pittsburz. Pa. de31-Trsi
With Electro-Magnetic Suspensory
Latest Patents! Best Improvements!
Will ettra without medicine an Weakness resulting
from over-taxation of brain, nerve forces, excesses
or indiscretion, as exhaustion, nervous, debility,
sleeplessness, languor, rheumatism, kidney, liver
and bladder complaints, lame back, lumbago, sci
atica, general Ill-health, etc This Electric Belt
contains wonderful Improvements over all others,
and gives a current that Is Instantly relt by wearer
or wit rnrf.lt 1.1.000. and will cure all of tha above
tdlseases or no pay. Thousands have been cured by
mis marvelous miiuuuu .in-i u viucr remeuies
failed, and we give hundreds of testimonials In this
ana every other State.
Onr Powerful IMPROVED ELECTRIC SUSPEN
SORY, the greatest boon ever offered weak men,
FREE with ALL BELTS. Health and vigorous
strength GUARANTEED In CO to BOdaTS. Send for
Illustrated pamphlets, mailed, sealed, free. Ad
artSS, ,.-.. . wna.n r-r.
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