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PEARY'S MISSED MAN.
A Sister Asks the Lieutenant a
Question Be Cannot Answer.
DID HE AND VERHOEFF QUARREL?
The Arctic Commander Denies and Hij
Hen Profesj Ignorance.
LIFE CHANCE8 OF THE LOST riPWREE
Philadelphia, Sept. 2a Lieutenant
Peary, the hero of the North Greenland ex
ploration expedition, is in the city. He
and his party landed from their steamer,
the Kite, jtut before noon, where they" -were
met by a large party of distinguished 'citi
zens. Miss VerhoeB, a sister of John M. Ver
hoefi, who failed to return 'with his fellow
explorers, being reported dead, accompan
ied the reception committee with her aunt
and uncle. They discredit the theory that
the missing mineralogist was accidentally
killed, and firmly believe that he Is even
now exploring the interior of Greenland,
having voluntarily remained behind. Lieu
tenant Peary himself refuses to say any
thing concerning Verhoefl's disappearance
beyond what has already b;en mentioned in
He denies, however, that differences ex
isted between himself and the independent
but ambitious Kentuckian. Other mem
bers express iffnorance of any trouble be
tween the two men, or of VerhoeflTs inten
tion to explore for himclf. "William H
Meehan, the botanist of the relief party,
said that the search for the mineralogist oc
cupied seven days, and that every member
of both expeditions, nine Eskimo? and the
ship's crew were engaged in it
Traced to Dangerous Crevasses.
Traces of Verhoeff had been found
on the sixth day near a number of large
crevasses, into which there was every
reason to believe he had fallen.
In relation to Verhoeff's disappearance,
the young man's uncle, 15ev. A. X.
Keigivin, of Wilmington, Del., and his
cousin, 11. D. Elliott, of Louisville, held a
long conference with Lieutenant Peary on
the way up the river. What he told them
only strengthened their conviction that the
mineralogist is alive. Miss Mattie Ver
hoefl was not so easily satisfied. On board
ing the Kite, she walked straight up to
where Lieutenant Peary stood on the quar
ter deck and asked abruptly:
"What ha e you to tell me about my
"I am sorry he is not on board," began
'Is that all you can tell me?" she inter
Friends persuaded the anxious girl to
await a more iavorable opportunity lor pri
vately questioning the Lieutenant. The
latter, with tears in his eyes, had already
assured Mr. Kcigivin and Mr. Elliott that
he had done everj thing in his power, aud
rehearsed the story ot the disappearance
and search for Verhoeff already told.
Why Ills Kclatlons Think Ho Is Alive.
The two relatives questioned other mem
bers of the exprdition, but were met by
considerable reticence, due to the fact that
the stories published concerning a rupture
between Pcarv ana Verhoeff had reached
their ears, aud that they wished to avoid in
terference. Verhoefl's uncle and cousin cave as their
reasons for supposing him alive the fact
that he went an ay on a trip lor minerals to
an Eskimo village, saying that he might
be gone two days, but telling his fellow ex
plorers not to be alarmed if he stayed four.
He took with him an ax, colt's revolver, CO
cartridges, oilskin suit and compass, appar
ently preparing himself for any "emergency.
"That he coutemplatel going away," said
Mr. Keigivin, "I judge Ironi the fact that
he asked several ot his tellow explorers be
fore the arrival of the relief expedition
whether a man could remain at the North if
he so desired. lie was told by all that such
a thing would not be permitted and that
Peary would force him to go back."
Peary himself thinks there is not one
chance in a thousand for Verhoeff being
alive. If he is living, however, the Lieu
tenant declares he can communicate with
his friends by whaling vessels which visit
McCornnck's Bay in November. Supplies
for 13 months have been lelt where the lost
n.an can reach them.
Peary Denies Hie Story of a Rupture.
Lieutenant Pearv was asked, "Is it true
that there were differences between Ver
hoeff and yourself?"
"It is not. We were out in a boat to
gether for several days before starting back,
and he was quite friendly."
"Is it true that he gave 52,000 toward the
expenses of your expedition on the under
standing that he was to be your companion
"It is not true. It was understood before
our expedition started from here that the
selection should not be known until after
we arrived in Greenland, and that was car
"Vou had the selectiou of your own com
panions?" 4-I did, and there was no reason w hy Ver
hoeff should be selected any more than any
one in the party."
"On other subjects the explorer talks
more lreely. He says he could get further
north if the sea of ice was unbroken. He is
satisfied that Greenland is an island.
Laugdon Gibson, a native of Long Island
City, was the last man who saw Verhoeff
alive, and Miss Verhoeff plied him with
questions. Gibson was one of the sailors.
He said to a reporter that he had seen Ver
hoeff at llobertson's Point, and that lie had
not enough clothing or lood to last longer
than a lew days.
"I think he is dead," said the sailor,
"though I did not tell his sister. He was
right near the Eskimos, and they will take
rare of him it he is alive."
A 1 rlend Induced Me
To try Illlfs Pllo Pomade, which I did with
uioie than satismctory results, as one pack
xtge lias vviouxlit n complete cure after 1J
3 cars of suffering. I advise all sufferers
iMm piles to try what I believe is the only
positivo cure foi piles Hill's Pilo Pomade
Chas Andeison, Odensbunr, X. Y.
UeraeraDer, it is the only remedy sold with
a printed guarantee with each package.
Price, $1 00; six for $3 00, by mail. For salo
by Jos. Fleming A Sou, ill .Market street, vv
Wliat Is Wanted in a llano.
Wellor & llocnc, 77 Fiftli Ai enue.
Grand power and sweetness of. tone,
pieatest iiuralylltv, elegance of design
and perfection ol liiiisli. All these, quali
ties aie found in tlie celebrated Chiuker
Inir pianos, and also In the Hardman and
KraLauer pianos sold by Mellor &
Hoene, at 77 Fiftli avenue. Xothingglres
as much pleasure at home as a good
piano, by which social music can be cul
tivated and the mind olevated. Come and
bee the magnificent stock on band, com
prising the Chickennsr, Ilardman, Kra
kauer and Vose & Sons' makes of pianos.
Cash or installments. Catalogues free to
UtLLoit & Hor.SE, Founded 1S31,
Warerooms 77 Fifth av enue.
KXCUKSIOX TO XKWAKK, X. J.,
To the German Catholic Convention of
The B. O. It. It. w ill ell excursion tick
ets on September 24, 23 and 26, good toieturn
uu til O ctober 2. at hal f rate.
The Beauty Spot
Of the East Liberty Valley Is Lnella Place,
Highland avenue, near the park. Lots in
the plan will De offered for sale on Monday,
20th mst., when nn office will be opened on
the grounds. Plans and particulars Irom
John Fite. owner, 541 Liberty avenue, or
Irom Charles Soiners & Co-131 Fourth ave
nue. You onlv need$l to start on. LeavA it
witli the People's o.ivinss liank, 81 Fourth
avenue, and begin saving.
De witt's Little Early Risers. Nogrlplnc
no pain, nu nausea; easy pill to take.
progress in utah:
The Territorial Commission's Beport
Greatly In Favor of the reople There
"Polygamy SUI1 Exists, but Not to a Great
.Washington, Sept. 23. Sptcla:
Secretary Noble has received the annual re
port of the proceedings of the Utah Com
mission for the year ended September 1,
last, during which time three session were
held, one at Chicago and two at Bait Lake
City. Speaking of political matters the
commission says that a change is apparent
jn the political situation in Utah, which, if
properly fostered and honestlv managed,
will be productive of good results.
Considerable space in the report is de
voted to a discussion of the subject of
polvgamv. The commission insists that
polygamy still exists, and that there are
niauv cases constantly coming to the public
knowledge of association between polyga
mists and the. plural wives they had pro
fessed to have put away, is a fact that can
hardly be controverted. The commission
says it has reports of 15 male persons who
are believed to have entered into polyga
mous marriages during the last year, and of
more than 300 persons who are Known or
believed to be now living in polygamous
It is not true, the report savs( that the
commission has ever accepted Knowingly
"a corrupt man,'' a "known gambjer" or a
"disreputable character'' for a registration
or election officer, and if by chance such a
person has been appointed it has not yet
been brought to the attention of the com
mission. December last the church authorities
petitioned the President for a general
amnesty lor the Mormon people In the
opinion of the commission, the report says,
it is the most important of the documents
the church has issued, and contains the
most -direct and positive statements of its
desires and promises for the future which
has yet come from that source. Without
assenting to all the assertions of the appeal,
the commission would be glad if the relief
prayed for could be granted. That Utah is
advancing on the plane of progress the com
mission freely admits. '
Tar.ff Itefcrm Boomln;.
It Is gratifvins; to note that the Herd
branch of the United States Baking Com
pany Is meeting with luvomble considera
tion in Its efforts to supply the hungry
multitude with the new Tariff P.elorm
To those who believe In Tariff Reform, ns
well as to those on the other side of the
fence, this cake comes as a sweet and dainty
reminder of oneot the principal issues or
the coinine campaign.
"Tariff Reform." lias a delightful flavor
and certainly deserves all the popularity it
A Gentle Reminder.
Don't forsot during the Exposition, that
you will still have to bake biead, pies and
biscuits. At the same time you will be re
minded that "Iioalia" and 'Our Best" are
the only brands of flour to use if jou want
to be successful in nil your bakings. ThesO
flours can bo purchased at your grocer's.
REAL ESTATE S4VING3 E VNK, LIJL.
401 Smlllififilil Street, Cor. Fonrth Avenue.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, J75.000.
Deposits of $1 ana upward received and
interest allowed at 4 per cent- its
"My boy, I am going to buy you
something which the doctor advised
me to give you. He said a thin
child is always delicate; nobody
worries about a plump one. I will
give you Johann Hoff's Malt Extract
to build you up. I know it will do
it, and then only will I buy you the
stone blocks to build houses with.
You need strength first to become a
man before you build houses." Dr.
Fricke, a . ell-known practitioner of
Philadelphia, writes: "I have tried
Johann Hoff's Malt Extract not only
on myself but also on a great number
of my patients with marked success
in cases of convalescence, impaired
digestion, for mothers while nursing,
for children, and in general debility,
and have found it to be an excellent
remedy for building up the system.
In my own case of impaired digestion
it has benefited me more than all
other remedial agents which I have
used." Be sure to obtain the "Gen
uine," which must have the signature
of "Johann Hoff" on the neck of
every bottle. Eisner & Mendelson
Co., Sole Agents and Importers of
Mineral "Waters, 6 Barclay street,
New York. s
Healthful. Agreeable, Cleansing.
Chapped Hands, "Wounds, Burns, Etc.
EemoVos and Prevents Dandruff.
&KEHIGIH BiiLY SOAP.
Best for General Household Use.
DIRT and GREASE
Melt Before It.
Grocers and Druggists
ROSENBAUM & CO.
What a fashionable array of Cloaks
and Ladies' Suits! By the way, have
you seen our fall display yet? Noth
ing equal to it in these two cities.
And then the prices well, just run
your eye down this column and note
the inducements offered:
AT $3.75 Plain Cloth Reefers,
navy, black or tan, perfect fitting,
"full length, all sizes. Large line
of better qualities up to 15.
AT $5.45 Fur-trimmed Reefers,
made of beaver, cheviojs or fancy
mixed cloths, full shawl of fur and
four fur ornaments. Reefers up to
S22 if you want the finest made.
AT $7.75 Clay Diagonal Cloth
Reefers, bound in braid or plain,
trimmed with either cloth or pearl
buttons, satin lined. Better quali
ties, made of fine imported cloth,
up to 25.
AT $2.50 Misses' Cloth Reefers,
tan, navy, black or fancy mixed
homespun materials. Large line
of novel styles, very handsome, up
AT $1.50 Extra good value in
Waists (better put that summer
waist away now), made of all-wqol
cloth, double box plait in back,
tucks, high sleeves, collar and
belt, all sizes and colors. .Isn't
this unusual for 1.50?
AT $2.25 and $2.50-Fjner
and better Waists, new materials,
new style make-up, prettycom
fortable, cheap. Surah Silk Waists
for winter wear.
C Q C f4 1 fi I By making a small
rtiUlAL cash deposit we will
cheerfully leserve any garment you may
select and keep it for you until you are
ready for it. This offer should interest out-o(-town
Exposition visitors especially.
Fast Color Printed Wrappers at 93c, $1 24
and $1 IS.
Flannelette Wrappers.liandsome patterns,
atSl 25, $1 . $1 OS, $2 48 and $3 48.
Cloth Tea Gowns in black, navy and gray.
Cashmere Tea Gowns In black, navy, tan,
gray and old rose. All sizes and all piices.
Mothers, come and see our line of outfits
for the little folks no use trying to describe
them here, faufllce to say prices are lower
than garments of the same quality can be
AT $2 60 Children's Gretchens, entirely
new style best value ever offered.
Children's First Walking Cloaks and Long
Cashmere Embroideied Cloaks. Our assort
ment of these Is unsurpassed nothing
shoddy, but the best goods for the least
money to be bud unywlieio.
510, 512, 514, 516, 518 Market St.
Correct Fall Suitings and Overcoatings.
H. & C. F. AHLERS,
Merchant Tailors. 420 Smithfleld st
A n Pairs Child's fine cloth top
tUU button, worth 1.50 per pair,
H. A, I
w- si a. nuHiti -M'- iM IU""W
0 Q fl Prs Misses' fine cloth top kid foxed spring heet but- i tf
UuU ton, worth 1.50 and 1.75, at 4)1 1
C n fl Pairs Boys' and Misses' elegant all-leather school shoes, fr I i ft
OUU beel or spring heel, worth $1. 50, at 99c and 4)1,111
OQn -ars Ladies' fine,Dongola Tip Lace Oxfords, 0.0, C
rftgU Worth JS1.50, at jjjj
91ft Pairs Ladies' fine Cloth Top Dongola Tip Lace Oxfords, QQC
JU Worth gi.50 and $2, at gg
A ft A Pairs Ladies! Dongola Tip Oxfords, T C
sClJ All sizes, at
7ft fl ars Ladies' fine cloth top kid foxed pat. leather tips,
UU heels and spring heels; very neat and attractive; worfh fri I.Q
$2.so, at 4)1.45
f"Q Pairs Ladies' fine Dongola kid lace pat. tips reduced (M Q
105 from $2.50- to 4)1, OO
f)QQ Pairs Ladies' fine button Boots, (PI O
ZOJ - Worth, at 4)1.45
These figures mean
$20.00 to you on Good,
25.00 can only be confirmed by a visit of inspection.
35.00 You'll see an enormous stock of suitings; beau-
J tiful Dress Fabrics and stylish. y
$ 5.00.1 .
6.50 I ,
TROUSERS For $5 you'll get the best ten
dollars' worth ever vorn.
What's more Stylish, Ready-Made Overcoats; splendid fitting; ready
to put on your back. Popular prices increases the business.
WANAMAKER & BROWN,
This afternoon at 2. To-NJsht at 8.
HOLE IN THE GROUND.
Next week Thomas Q. Seabrooke Comlo
Opera Co. la "THE ISLE OF CHAMPAGNE."
THE ALVIN THEATER.
Charles L. Davis Owner and Manager
To-night, Wednesday and Saturday Matinees
Direct from the Star Theater, New York.
Next week Richard Golden In Old Jed
Prouty. sel9 31
-I BAND OPERA UOUS1 TO-NIGUx.
THE PAY TRAIN.
Prices, ISo, 25c, 60c, 750,
Matinee Saturday, 23c, 60o,resorved.
Next week Edwin Aiden, "Eagle's Neat."
It's Simply Immense! Have You Seen ItT
Season Closes October 22.
AKUY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
To-nlght Matinee?, Tuesday, Thursday
THE NEW YORK VAUDEVILLE STARS
Under the management of Gus Hill.
HARRY DAVIS' JSDEN MU8EE Great
programme. Famous Bedouin Arabs;
Altred Pilgrim, armless and legless wonder;
Rosa Calahan, Barnnm's bearded beauty;
Monroe, the magician, and a grand stage
performance by Price and Ban's Cosmopoli
tan Vaudevilles. Admission 10 cents. sel9-M
HARRIS' .THEATER MRS. P. JBARRIS,
R. L.BRITTON, T. F. DEAN, proprie
tors and managors. Every afternoon and
evening, the sensational comedy-drama,
"The Hand of Fato." Week Sept, 26, Augus
tln Neuville in "The Boy Tramp."
PROF. JAMES P. BROOKS'
(Onlytaemborin this city of the American
Society of Professors of Dancing, Now York)
Liberty av. and Sixth St.,
Will open for Misses and Masters SATUR
DAY, October 1, at 8 o'clock p. m.
For Ladles and Gentlemen MONDAY, Oc
tober 3, at 8 o'clock p. m.
Call lor circulars at music stores.
THE THUMA DANCING ACADEMY,
6i FOURTH AVENUE,
(Members of the American National Asso
ciation of Teachers of Dancing of
the UnltedStatesand Canada),
Will open for the season this week, Thurs
day evening, September 22. For children,
Saturday afternoon, September 24. Call at
any time or write lor circular. se20
BRAUN'S DANCING ACADEMY,
3, 03 and 67 Fourth ave., second floor.
Opening reception MONDAY, September
26, at 8 p. ix.
Three beginners' classes.
Two advance classes.
Two children's classes.
Only school having four tench era.
Tuition One quarter (10 lessons), $3.
Corner Ro and Diamond streets.
1S83 NINTH SEASON. 892-'93
Clas for ladle, and gentlemen,
Commencing MONDAY EVENING, Oct S.
Term of ten nights, $3 00. se24.130
CHOICE FLOWERS, LOW PRICE
BEN. I ELLIOTT'S.
Telephone 1834. 38 Fifth ave.,
anl2-TT3 Between Wood and Markes.
kid foxed tipped spring heel Qfl
this week at JJJ
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL.
ORDER BY I 433 AND 435
MATT. WOOD ST. '
five, ten, fifteeh dollars saved
New Suits. Our saying so
88 SIaCXXX 6TRBET.
0. McClintocU Go.'s
now ju m
XL pets, Furni
fp Jrotn us, say
Mthat our Fall
of Lace Cur
tains is the choicest of all, and
has more attractive novelties than
ever before seen in Pittsburg.
To see than is to believe and
Nottinghams. Our large as
sortment contains several most
elegant patterns, in the finest
weaving which the latest im
proved lace machinery has
been able to produce. They
show a marvelous similarity to
the elegance in design, deli
cacy in detail and softness in
effect of real Brussels Lace.
The latest designs of Notting
hams are characterized by
small geometrical figures in
the body of the curtain. These
novelties range in price from
$3.50 per pair upward.
Scotch Guipure, in the.
choicest of new patterns, is the
old reliable and best wearing
lace curtain made. Prices
range from $6.50 to $11.50
Embroidered Muslins, with
frilled edgings, are now put
forward by the leading dec
orators, as the correct thing
for the upper chamber win
dows of fashionably furnished
residences. We show a va
riety of exquisite patterns.
Irish Pointe. vWe show a
number of choice designs, con
fined to our house exclusively
for Pittsburg. We offer these
at popular prices, ranging
from $7.50 to $13.50 per pair.
Saratoga Pointe is a new
weave, in an exceedingly soft
shade of ivory, surpassing even
Irish Pointe, in detail of de
sign and fineness of texture.
Real Brussels Lace. Our
new patterns were made by
hand in France. They sur
pass any former patterns in
their gossamer-like texture and
absolute perfection of detail in
Cluny Lace we make to or
der, any size, to suit the many
odd window dimensions so
frequent in modern houses.
Real Lace are hand-made
curtains. We have just re
ceived a number of strictly
correct patterns, of the Marie
Antoinette and Louis XIV.
period of decoration, being ap
propriate for rooms furnished
in the French style of decora
tion. Glass Curtains, for dose
fitting to the sash, we show in
large variety, to match the
leading styles of long laces,
either by the pair or by the
The Furniture Department
will follow up their three days'
sale of Chairs at half price, by a
Four Days' Sale of
Center Tables at Half
Price, beginning Mon-
day, September 26.
The Tables will be arra7iged
near the elevator, with prices in
0. IcCMoci-1 Co.,
33 FIFTH AVE.
it h$v 1
; JMsC 'I
& 3 'lUfVAM i
- ' T'VV1? 'I
1 m MIto'-
FINEST QUALITY FALL HATS
FOR, MEDIUM QUALITY PRICES.
I j :P f9n pj
If the saving of $2 is' an object to you, then buy your new "Youman"
or "DunlaDV from us. We have them in black and brown, and all differ
ent heights of crown and widths of brim to suit all faces and figures.
Prices, qualities and quantities
which cannot be matched anywhere
f.C For regular 75c fine natural
f f wool mixed underwear, ribbed
tail and silk front.
TPC For regular 1.25 pure Cash-
-J mere Underwear, in thre,e dif
CI CO or -,onrac-i Friedman's
4)1 .OU celebrated German full
fashioned, heavy brown ribbed Un
derwear. Sold everywhere for $2.25.
For which we have the scle
FIFTH AVE. AND SMITHFIELD ST.
Catalogues on applica
UNO SIEK IN HI
When "the physicians' 86111 falls to giro
relief, And trial ofostenslble specifics proves
them all worthies', the miserably slolc and
suffering Invalid Is very likely to become
The printed statement that there Is an
agent which will Inlly restore the broken
health Is then apt to be viewed with eynlcal
unbelief or pushed wearily! aside as unwor
thv of a thought.
lluttheio issnoli an leent for tlio cure of
Rheumatism, and all who aro afflicted with
the pains and prostration of any form of
that disease are honestly and earnestly ad
vised to use ltheumaoura, for It Is lecom
rnended in the sincere belief that It. will
work a complete change lor the bettetand
effectually cure In a short time. In all parts
of the country there are men and women
who hpve been healed by it persons whoso
standing and reputation are assurance that
implicit reliance may be placed in their
testimony as to its certain efficacy.
Then try RHEUMACUR.A.
It Is for salo by all druggists, or maybe
had by sending to the
U'KINNIE & CHESSMAN MTG CO.,
010 Fcnn Ave.. Pittsburg, Fa.
Price 83 per bottle.
Hend us yonr name and nddress mnd we
will mall, free, pamphlet of testimonials.
When "Whiskey Is prescribed it should be
strictly pure in every respect.
Good "Whiskey should he "aged" natur
ally, not by artificial process.
"When you buy FLEJIING'S
Old Export Whiskey
You get just the kind here described as
Full quarts 51.00 each, or six for Si 00.
Mail and express orders promptly shipped
to all points.
Fleming's California ,"WInes should he
used in every home. They are good, pure
Quarts 50o each, or 3.00 per dozen.
For sale only by I
t XJjJJiuuiu w. ouiii
WHOLESALE 4 RETAIL DEOGOIST3,
12 MABKET ST., COR. DIAMOND,
telS-Tiata Pltubnrj, Fa.
Why pay a fancy price for a Tie
when you can get it at Kaufmanns'
as iow as 39c?
QQC Buys choice from a special
J JJ line (just opened) of beautiful
Silk Teck Scarfs, latest shapts.
PftC As usual, we will open to
J)U day an entirely new line of rich
$1 neckwear, which we will sell at
First-class linen, first-class muslin,
first-class sewing, first-class fit. These
are the ingredients entering into our ,
ceieDraiea vmie uress omiw.
1 Buys the well and favorably
4)1 known 'Quaker City" Dress
Shirt, with patent neckband and all
new improvements. Equals any
$1.50 shirt made.
814 1-EJ-N AVENUE, P1T1SBUKO, PA.
As old residents know and back flies of
Flttsburz papers prove, is the oldest estab
lished and most prominent physician in the
city, devoting specialattentfon to all cnronla
K NO FEE UNTIL CURED
sponsible MrnriC and mental dls
p e r s ons IN U II V U U O eases, physical de
pay, nervous debility, lack of energy, ambi
tion and hope, Impairedmemory, disordered
sight, self distrust, bashfulness, dizziness,
sleeplesness, pimples, eruptions. Impover
ished blood, failing powers, organlo weak
ness, dyspepsia, constipation, consumption,
unfitting the person forbuslness, society and
marriage, permanently, safely and privately
iWn BLOOD AND SKlfaees.s
eraptlons, blotches, falling lmir,bone. pains,
glandular swellings, ulcerations of the
tongue, mouth, throat, ulcers, old sores, ara
cured lor life, -and blood poisons thoroughly
eradicated from I IDIM A DV kldneyand
the system. U 111 Mil T , bladder de
rangements, weak back, gravel, catarrhal
discharges, inflammation and other painful
symptoms receive searching treatment
prompt relief and real cures.
Dr. wbittier's life-long extensive experi
ence insures scientific an i reliable treat
men ton common sense principles. Consulta
tion free. Patients a t a distance as carofnlly
treated as If here. Office lours, 9 a. ictod
P..JH. Sunday, 10 a. m. to Ip.k. only. BB.
1TillTllEU,8U Ponn avenue, Pittsburg. Fa
SPECIALISTS in all cases re
quiring scientific and confl-
ii.nHql traohn.nr Tr R IT
lake, M. E. a P. S.", Is the old-
oat Anrl mMt .TnpH.np.rl srw
'clalist in the city. Consulta-
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