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THE MTTSBUKGr DISPATCH, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 1892.
Pittsburg Business interests
ceive a Grand Impulse.
An Established Institution That TFelcomcs
All Visitors -A rciv Word About Its
Harness anil Its Methods.
ThIlntho caon of the joar when the
lniinps Interests or Pittsburg lecolvo a
Dour lli ulse anil prosper to tlio greatest ex
1 110m inds of people come to the city who
Cniiin at no other period nnd make their
nrchacs Tor tile jear. Kvery Interest
It N the quickening movement of this In
c rcasc r Imsiiu ss, and ecry hand is kept
busy in mtnt'Ccrinjc to the demands of the
An Institution tliit has boon eatabllshed
for so ions :i tlmo m tliit of Drs. Copeland.
llallund lljcri naturally reocl os a great
lutrniuu-e nt this time of tlio year, as hun
dreds o p -oplo who come to the oily avail
themselves of the ouportiinity to visit this
p iular iiivil'cnl Ulnpensary, and place
tl.emseles under ilio personal care of the
I)r. Oipolnnd. Hull nnd Byers extend a
lieartv welcome tonll visitors. While the
tieatmclit tluit they give their patients who
live out or the city isin many cases attended
by the same results as tlmt administered
personally to Cillers at the office, it Is of
course an advantase to make n personal
diagnosis of each case and to base tlio treat
ment upon actual observation of the physi
cal condition of the sufferer.
Something About the Business.
Although Drs. Copeland, Hall and Brers
occupy a crtat deal of spaco In the papers
from week to meek, there are many people
"n ho do not thoroughly understand the sys
tem put sued by tlice physicians. It is often
nskecl, "What do Drs. Copeland, Hall and
They do this:
They make a specialty or treating people
affected with diseases of the nose, throat,
lunirs and other chronic diseases.
Thryieqnire a small fee lor a month's
treatment so small as to be within the
reach of everybody, $5 and they save to
their patients the cost of a drug bill by fur
nishing medicine tree.
Drs Copeland, Hall and Byers are regu
larly eraduated plij sicians and hare a bill
of hetlth as clean as that or any puyslctan
In this citv. Their training, their years of
experience, their constant study of this
character of diseases splendidly equip them
lor tlielr work.
This is enough for those who care to think
about the mstter. Drs. Cope'ind. Hall and
Uyers want to reach every man, woman and
child In this vicinity who has a dlsea-e of
the nose, throat or lungs, or who may be
t-uffering from any other chronic ailment
and especially those who have been given
up by other physicians, so that they maj
furnish the relief and euro that they feel
certain of being able, to effect.
Personal Statements Printed.
The strongest leatnre of the advertising
done by Drs. Copeland, Hall and Byers, Is
the publication of statements made by pa
tients who have been tinder their care.
These statements are accompanied by the
name, address and portrait of the persons
who make them. Tney describe the experi
ence or the patient from the beginning of
nis sunenng until the end thereor, which Is
brought about by the treatment of Drs.
Copeland, Hall and Byers. These state
ments do not come from people who live in
remote places, or from distant and obscure
towns. They are from peopte in this city
and vicinity. They are from your friends
and neighbors, and can be easily verified
and substantiated. Nothing is more
convincing than direct; straightfor
ward personal testimony. When
a man or a woman has been
Buffering from a disease lor years,
and. after trying numbers of physicians and
all kinds of remedies, have tailed to be re
lioied or cured until the v placed themselves
under the treatment of Drs. Copeland, Hall
and Byers, their testimony unit convince
the most skeptical of the knowledge, skill
and ability of these physicians. These state
ments are not given in return for Iree treat
ment, nor do tliey come from people who are
bribed or purchased. They come from well
known rrtadralt of Plmburg and vicinity
who have- paid vfor then- treatment, and
trhese truthfulness and Integrity cannot be
"Impugned or impeached. Drs. Copeland,
Hall and Byers believe that if sucii testi
monials could not convince those who
hesitate pbout coming to them for treat
ment, nothing in the world will.
The lollowlng testimonials are presented
SIK. ETTXEX'S STOKT.
workers, nailers, sawmakers, etc., are
This at times so often affects the system
that the patient, before he is aware of It,
suffers from almost total nervous prostra
tion and debility, due to depleted and viti
ated blood, as well as the local trouble
canned bv the Irritating partiolei Of dost
flying In the air, and needs careful and gi
eral constitutional treatment as well
treatment directed to the local ailment.
Mr. John Horan, a coal miner, who lives
at Woodvllle, P. O., a little hamlet 10 miles
distant, on the Washington branch or the
Tanhandle Hallway, sajs: "1 had been
troubled off and on for several years, and
doctored from time to time with little or no
benefit, till Anally I grew so bad 1 became
seriously alarmed about my condition, and
felt that 1 would have to have immediate
relief or give up my work. I ached all over
neirly all the time, and my body felt as sore
as if it had been pounded with a dab. I had
a constant pain over my eyes and through
my temples and my eye-balls ached and
pained me away back into my head. I also
had shooting pains through my chest to
each shoulder blade, pain and soreness In
the small or my back, over the region of my
kidnevs, nnd palu shooting down the legs to
the knees, with nt times a numbness and
pricking sensation, as of needles Jagging
"My nose and throat were constantly
stopped up with a sticky, tenacious muens
and 1 would often hawk out little chunks of
hard stun as black as coal. My ears were
also affected by roaring and hissing sounds.
"The appe tite became affected and nothing
I ate seemed to agree with me. After eat
ing, my stomach would sn ell up like a drum,
and I was troubled with belching of gas,
palpitation of heart, dizzy and smothering
"Although I slept sound, my sleep was
troubled with horrid dreams, and I worked
all night in these dreams, and awoke In the
morning tired, uurcfreshed, sore and aching
"I shall alwavs bless the dav I was directed
to Drs. Copeland. Hall and Byers, for they H
have done lor me what no other doctors
could do, they have cured me safe and
sound, and now I feel like a new peison. I
have no aches or pains, eat nnd sleep well,
and awaken in the morning rested and
anxious for my dally work. I shall never
forget what they have done for me."
Treatment S3 a -Month for AH Diseases
With Medicines Famished Free.
ness over my eye and through my temples.
.u me time
with a tough
were stunned UD a
mucus, wnicn aiso dropped
down into my throat, causing hawking and
spitting to raise. I couched up great clots
ot terrible looking stuff. I had sharp,
shooting pains tbroush my chest, with a
f a blir weitrhc
had been placed on my chest, which made it
hewy bearing down pain as 1
had been Placed on tnv chest.
difficult to draw a full breath.
ME, M'CUITS CASE.
Unable to Work Since Last Fall, but Under
Drs. Copeland, Hall and Byers Treat
ment He Resumes Work In Three
Weeks Time and Is Xow Working
An of late Drs. Copeland, Hall and Byers
have been reporting cases of such an aggra
vated nature that they require from four to
eight months to cure, they take pleasure
this week in publishing the statement of
Mr. William JlcCue. showing what quick re
sults are sometimes noticed by their method
Mr. McCue Is a bricklayer by occupation,
at present In the employ of Messrs A. 11c-
"Wheneverl would go to work the stoop
ing over would cause snoh a severe pain
through my stomach It would start me to
vomiting and finnjly I became so bad I had
to give up my work entirely. My appetite
tailed ma and I couldn't sleep. I got up In
the morning tired and unre.fresbed. 1 be
came so weak I could hardly walk around
and staggered on the street like a drunken
man. T had worked only nine days from
last fall and this only by pleoe-raeal. I felt
so miserable and became so cross and peev
ish my wife hated to see me around, the
"I consulted Drs. Copeland, Hall and
Byers August 11, and no one can apprcolato
tlio difference between how I telt then and
now. 1 be?an to Improve at once, and oil
September 2, Just three weeks afterward,
went to work again, and could have made
full time each day If the work could have
been given to me. I am able to work full
time now. I eat well, sleep well, have no dis
tressing coughing, or hawking or spitting,
the racking pain and weight 'on chest are
gone and I feel like anew man. I The most
remarkable part of it all Is that I derived all
this benefit from Just one month's treat
ment, but, to make sure of a permanent
cure. I have rjald for another month's treat
ment and Intend to keep on, so there will be
no chance fora return of the trouble. I
have often thought of how much money and
suffering I might have saved if I had con
sulted Drs. Copeland, Hall and Byers a year
ago, and put myself under a thorough
course of tieatment, Instead of dilly-dallying
along with oongh syrups and prescrip
tions which did mo no good."
Treatment $5 a Month for All
Diseases With Medicines Fur
most painful and annoying disease in the
catalogue of human ills.
Drs. Copeland, Hall and Byers treat suc
cessfully all curable cases at 66 Sixth ave
nue, Pittsburg, Pa. Office hours, t to 11 x. it,
to Br. it. and 7 to 9 J. H. Sundays, 10 JL. K.
to4F. X. Specialties Catarrh and all dis
eases of the eye, ear, throat and lungs; dys
pepsia cured; nervous diseases cured; skin
Many cases treated successfully by malL
aena x-cent eiauiu iui uost.uu wsuk.
Address all mall to
C6 Sixth avenue, Pittsburg,
DK8. COPKLAND, HAIL & BYEBS,
$5 A MONTH
AM. DISEASES TEEATED AT THE UKI
FOBM KATE OF $5 A MOKTII. REMEM
BER, THIS IVCLTJDES CONSULTATION,
EXAMINATION, TREATMENT AND MED
ICINE FOR ALL DISEASES AND ALL PA
He Testifies Fully and Freely to the Ability
and Skill of Drs. Copeland, HaU and
Mr. Joseph Ettlep, Lazearville, W. Va a
boxmanulacturerby occupation, has been
a patient of Drs. Copeland, Hall and Byers
for a short time past, and, in speaking of his
illness and recovery, made the following
"I was a sick man for four years," said
Mr Ettien. "1 did not know a well day in
nil that time. My trouble was brought on
I contracted a severe cold to which I paid
little attention, expecting It to disappear
naturally. It did not go away, however.but
kept getting worse till it seemed to attack
every part of my system.
3Ir. TTm. McCur, Ko. 103 Dawson St., Allegheny.
Donald & Son, contractors, corner Third
avenue and Market street, and resides
at No. 109 "Dawson street, Alleghenv. He
states: "I had been ailing for four years. I
had a continual palu in my head with a full-
General Weakness, Pain, Distress and Ex
haustion Results of Catarrh, -
Many women to-day suffer pain and are
weak and nervous without knowing tho
cause. Their work greatly fatigues them
and they cannot eat well. At night they
rest poorly, and in tho morning feel wholly
unfit for the duties of the day. In short,
they are miserable from general impair
ment or health, besides enduring pain and
distress hard to fully describe. Many such
cases are the result of catarrh, which affects
the whole system, and they find quick and
certain relief from treatment fitted to the
'ucli an instance Is related below by Mrs.
Mellna Eardley, No. 1354 Second avenue,
city. Said she:
"I had been troubled so long that I almost
despaired of ever getting roller much less a
cure; but thanks to the careful and skillful
treatment of Drs. Copeland, Hall and Byers
i nave received ostn reiior ana cure, i was
troubled so with headaches that sometimes
I felt that I would go out of my head, pains
all over forehead, through temples, on top
and in back of head and back of neck. My
neck would become sore and stiff with a
constant desiie to draw it backward to ob
tain teller from the strain.
"I couldn't sleep at night, couldn't lay in
bed, I was nervous and restless, with a con
stant dread hanging over me, and was ns
tiled and sore all over in the morning as if
I had been beaten with a club.
"I had but little appetite and what little I
ate caused a bloated and uncomfortable
feeling. I got so I vomited almost every
meal and toward the last I both vomltoa up
blood and passed blood from the bowels. I
lost flesh and strength steadily, night sweats
came on and altogether I was in an almost
"Urs. Copeland, Hall and Byers curea me
of all my distressing ailments and I feel
that I cannot speak too highly of the. kind
and careful attention given me by those
Treatment by Mall.
To the PmLic: The system of mall treat
ment pursued by Drs. Copeland, Hall and
Byers guarantees tho same effective results
to those who desire to submit their cases
through correspondence as to those who
come in person. Their "question blank," if
properly filled out, will diagnose your case
in a thorough way, and, as medicines are
promptly shipped, those living out of the
city have the R tme advantages as those who
come to the office.
Write for the $a-inonth treatment by
mail, medicine fiee, and rid yourself of the
Waists Cut and
FUR ID PLUSH REPAIR CO.,
Corner Fifth and Market, Veraer Building.
(Conducted by W. F. Graham, formerly of
Wood street.) set su
Off with the old, on with the new,
Is a saying wise and true,
But no other tailor, old or new,
Can do what Nicoll, the Tailor,
Can do for you.
is showing the largest stock of
(over 2,000 Patterns to choose,)
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC.
He makes the best to order gar
ments in the world, at prices to Suit,
Overcoat or Trouser the wage; earner
as well as the man of income.
Two Hundred and Fiftv Gold Flllod Case
Watches lor Ladies and Gents, Elgin, Wal
thain, Hampden and Springfield movements.
Slaughtered this week for $10.
Warranted 20 years. Sold by watch clubs
and Installment asentsat$38 Come early.
Send for my illustrated catalogue free.
B. E. ARONS, JEWELER,
Wholesale) and Retail,
68 3PII?TKt AVEJ2VUJ3.
410 SMITHFIELD ST.
to you. on
at short notice.
TWO AND TWO
THE GREATEST OF THE AGE.
Special lenses giouud on the premises.
CHESSMAN OPTICAL COMPANY,
42 Federal street, Allegheny, Pa.
ARTIFICIAL EYES INSERTED.
See Exhibit in Exposition Building.
OF THE AGE.
All the prominent druggists are now sell
ing niieumacura as a standard article of
their tiade, although it has been but a short
tlmo on the market, itsfotmeruse, for over
nine yo&ts, having been confined to the pri
vate piactlce of the prominent physician
who originated it. In hundiedsof cases of
rheumatism, gout and lumbago It has never
failed in a single Instance to benefit the pa
tlont, giving immediate relief Irom pain and
wholly curing the disease if given a fair
trial. As un example, a gentleman, whoe
unsought testimonial Is eloquent with
thanks for the boon or restored health, cer
tifies that he suffered terribly with rheu
matism for 25 years, which nether medi
cines nor the baths of Hot Springs, lit.
Clemens or Los Vigas would relieve, but less
than a bottle of Rheumacura, which he be
gan taking on the 19th or Nov., 1891, freed
him ii om pain, and he has never felt a
twinge of the rheumatism since. "From its
action in my case," he says, "I consider it
one or the wonders of the age."
.y'KIIIIEft CHESSMAN HTGCO..
"No they don'tl" cries one.
"Yes they dol' cries another.
"Rubbishl" says a third.
In facing a fact it is just as well to sta;e if squarely in the face.. Two and two do not make fire any more
than a merchant can do an honorable; profitable business if he makes a practice of giving $1.25 worth of goodi
for $1.00. Any sensible reader of this advertisement knows this.
DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR.
When we began business in Pittsburg six weeks ago, and stocked our warehouse with the best Furniture,
Carpets and Home Furnishings that money could buy or experienced taste select, we adopted DOLLAR FOR
DOLLAR as our basis for business.
The Promises Made We Keep.
Our inducements were: First To sell goods on the smallest margin of profit. Second To represent the
goo'ds to be what they are. Third To give our patrons the benefit of a small first payment and easy installments.
These have been faithfully carried out. Results a rapidly growing trade. Confidence'cstablished with our patrons.
Everybody Pleased and Satisfied.
Customers find no cause for complaint in their dealings with us. We make it a point to suit them in
GOODS, PRICE and TERMS.
OlO Penn Ave..
For sale by
Price 88 per bottle,
Send your name and address and we
will mall, free, pamphlet or testimonials.
HUT .TOTTK 8PECTALCKS AT
Tlie Reliable O
Eyes Examined Free.
Artificial Eyes Inserted.
Parlor Suits Every Style of Upholstery.
Bedroom Suits Oak, Walnut, Etc., Modern Makes.
Extension Tables, Card Tables, Fancy Tables.
Buffets Oak or Walnut, Superb Designs.
Wardrobes, Fancy Chairs, Rockers, Etc., Etc.
Body Brussels, Tapestries,
Ingrains, Rag, Etc., Etc.,
All Sorts, All Sizes.
THESE TERMS TO ALL.
Be it understood we are one price to everybody. A child may buy from us with the same assurance of
satisfactory treatment as an expert judge of values.
$ 12 WORTH, 50 CTS. CASH, 50 CTS. WEEKLY.
$ 25 WORTH, $1.00 CASH, 1.00 WEEKLY.
50 WORTH, 2.00 CASH, 2:00 WEEKLY.
75 WORTH, 2.50 CASH, 2.50 WEEKLY.
100 WORTH, 3.00 CASH, 3.00 WEEKLY.
OUR patrons must be satisfied.
It is a point with us as well as with them future trade is the sequel to satisfactory dealings.
ALL TRANSACTIONS CONFIDENTIAL.
Do us the favor to pay us a visit. We invite inspection of stock and investigation of methods.
LOOK FOR COLORED ELECTRIC LIGHTS.
27 Seventh St., Near Penn Ave., Pittsburg Pa.
LADIES' FASHIONS .
Pass in a seemingly endless review before you when
visiting our Cloak Parlors. Jackets and Reefers,
Wraps and Capes, Long Garments and Dresses, Fur
Garments and Fur Articles each in a thousand and
one of new and different styles, and each style at an
astonishingly low price. We append a few examples:
Mr Joteth Etlien, Ixtzeanille W. Va.
"I had catarrh of the head, no9e and
throat My heid wasracted with distress
Ins pains JIynoe and head were stopped
u at tune?, and caned considerable hawk
ing and spitting The catarrh finally ex
teadea to my bronchial tubes and stomach.
1 1 ad terrible pains in the'ehest and In the
'Myitomnch was in an awful condition.
1 had no appetite, nnd, Then I torced myself
to rat, rnv lood lay like lead, causing a
lieay bloated ud feeling with belching of
p.i" SIvhowe's were ont of order. In tact,
I wr.s ick all over, and my condition be
came so bad that 1 thought I could never be
cmed. I lost flesh nnd strength steadily.
"1 went to a number of physicians and
twk tieatment from them, bat obtained no
"I'ersnaded by fi iend, but without much
Vope I went to l)r. Copeland, Hall and
Som I 1 ave been nmler tlielr treatment
a little oicr thiee months and am now a
well man. 1 hsieno moie pain; my head,
nose, thro it and chest sive mono trouble:
tnv slon.nch and bon els are all right again.
I can cat anything. I am strong nnd hen ty,
and can attend to my duties as well as 1 ever
"I heartily lecommend Drs. Copeland,
Jlall and Bjers to all sufferers, for they have
made a non man of me. as I had lost all
TREATMENT-S5 a Month for AH
Diseases With Medicines Furnished
A COAI. HUNCH'S STATKMJENT,
For eletjant Cheviot Beefers,
32 inches Ions; box back, welt
seams, bound with silk braid;
elegant and seviceable; blact
or blue; regular price 510.
For the stylish Watteau Coats
(watteau back and reefer front)
made of fine Scotch Mixtures;
.notch collar; regular price $12.
THIS NEW FALL SUIT
Illustrating tlio i:iTcct or Irritating Parti
cles of Hunt and Kxposure to the Damp
nil rml Air or the IHinrs.
Although chronic catarrh in this climate
Is nr.irl nlum caused by neglected colds,
orcis.oually the exciting caue Is traced to
Irritating nartlclei of dust and exposure to
loul.iir. ns of ro il mine-, factories, etc. This
lorin ofcaturili in due to particles of fine
dust being carried In tho uir Inspired, in
1 nled from the mote laden atmosphere In
BlP. mines, factories, etc, and to which
ttontcutters. cutlers, coal miners, brass-
For fine French Cord or Diag
onal Box Coats, 34 inches long;
one of the neatest Fall styles
out; in heavy or medium weight;
regular price $14.
For extra fine Imported Tailor
made London Cheviot Coat;
Tl, .I... b1aa . t. .1. !11-
-u.oiiuu DICCtC, CUUb UdUk, Etlfc. I
braid binding; regular price 522. 1
Think of ill A fine Tan or
Gray Suit, with box plaited
waist and bell skirt (just like
above cut), for only 52 38.
The material alone is worth
54. Sizes from 32 to 44.
Here's another: Choice from
two styles of Ladies' Serge
Suits, viz.: Marlowe Suit with
short jacket, long-tailed back
and tight-fitting vest, or a
novelty suit with silk Duffing
in front, tight-fitting basque
and bell skirt; both suits lined
Jnst received 50 Herring,
bone fancy mixed Suits; postil
lion back, bell skirt, Bishop
sleeve; at only
We delight in showing our fine array of
Fall Overcoats, because it's bound to chal
lenge your admiration every time. Uver 500
entirely new styles to choose from, and every
one a BEAUTY a marvel of the tailor's skill.
Arid these superbly made and perfectly fitting
garments are offered at prices within the
reach of all.
OUR $10 LINE
Consists of fine Scotch Cheviots, Kerseys, '
Meltons and Imported Mixtures, in tan, gray,
drab, brown, etc., etc. The cheapest gar
ment in the line is worth $ 14.
OUR $15 LINE
Consists of strictly imported materials, in
cluding Rough-Finished Worsteds, Carr Mel
tons, Scotch Cheviots, West ot England
'Cloths, Covert Cloths, etc. garments which
the most fastidious gentleman will be proud
of. Prices for same goods range from 20
to 25 elsewhere according to the dealer's
ability to buy advantageously.
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IvEtfi ' ' tTp M7
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If you see any advantage in ordering your
new Fall Suit, Overcoat or Trousers WHERE
you have the largest variety of finest French,
German, English and Scotch Piece Cloths
to choose from, WHERE first-class work only
is the standard, and WHERE prices range
from 20 to 30 per cent below other first-class
tailors if you see any advantage in these
facts, then leave your measure in our Custom
Tailoring Department. Mr. Sam Williams,
the well-known artist cutter, is still "on
deck" here, and his skill and care form the
best guarantee that your clothes will fit you
SEE WE SUITS WE
MAKE TO ORDER FOR
They are the counterpart of anything turned
out by other merchant tailors at $50. If you
prefer to save $15 to paying them to some high
price exclusive tailor, come in and leave
See Our $8 Made-To-Order Trousers;
They cannot be matched elsewhere below $12.
Have their headquarters here, and every mother knows
it. Where other houses show one style of a Boy's Suit
or Girl's Coat we show ten; and where others show
ten we show a round hundred. And, when it comes
to prices, competition must take a back seat altogether.
Come and see for yourself. We court investigation.
We invite criticism. We challenge comparison. The
more you see of our goods, prices and methods of do
ing business, the more you will like to purchase from us.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Fully Worth L
A fortunate opportunity played M0 pairs
of Ladies' Finest French Glazed DongoU
Street Shoes into our hands for less than
the cost of manufacture. Instead of soil
Ins them gradually at tho regular price,
we will let them all bo To-Morrow and
THesdayfor$J 60. Widths, A to E; sizes,
2K to 7. Common Sense or Opera toe.
Our Millinery Parlors cannot fall to at
tract and fascinate every lady wishing a
fine Fall Hat at moderate cost. Here are
some beautiful specimms of the most iaih
Kich Velvet Hats, iastefully trimmed,
came as offered elsewhere for 8; OUR
PBICE $4 95.-
Neatly trimmed Felt "Walking Hats and
Turbans, same as offered elsewhere at $5;
OTTB PKIOE ?2 93.
A full line of TJn trimmed Hati in all the
newest shapes and colors, worth $1 and
over, AT ONLY 69a
Those new French Felt Hats, which are
now all the rage, AT ONLY ?1 49. All
49o for a bunch of Princess Ostrich
Black Ostrich Tips (3 in a bunch) at 25o
per bunch; worth 75c
A lot of fancy Feathers at 25o; worth 76c.
19 CENTS for No. 22 Gros Grain Kib
bon and all-silk Moire Ribbon; worth 45c.
For Half Price.
Or $1.35 for Half Dozen,
Of Men's finest English Merino Half Hose,
Just the thing for Fall wear, and never sold
before for lessihanSOcperpair. This is the
best hosiery bargain ever offered anywhere.
Don't miss it
THE NASCIMENTO DERBYS
AND SILK HATS,
THE NEW DM S1IIT,
For will ch we have the sole agency
in Pittsburg,have no equals in the coun
try for quality and general excellence.
The new Fall styles are now out, and can
be found here.'
The Naselmento Derby. 94.
The Nascimento Sillr. Hat, 97.
Inspect these marvels of finest headgear.
tSTThe Onnlap and Youman
shapes only $3.
This is our own exclusive
style and cannot be found
in Pittsburg outside of
our house. It is made of
very fine all-wool mater
ials, and will surelybe
extensively worn this fall.
Sizes 4 to 15.
OTHEH NEW STMS ARE:
The Columbus Suit at $5.
The Alfonso Suit at 5.
The Junior Suit at S3.
The Eton Suit at S3.
1,000 first-class heavy Cheviot
and Scotch Mixture Suits, in
new double-breasted styles,
sizes 4 to 14, AT 52 50. You'll
not find same qualities else
where below 54.
is Met $121.
These are double-breasted
Reefer Jackets, made of
all-wool fancy Scotch
goods, with Watteau or
double box pleated back
with strap (just like above
cut); pearl buttons, etc,
regular price $6; sizes 4
from a big lot
of fine all-wool Scotch
Jackets, with Russian
back, with strap; pearl but
tons; regular price $5; sizes
4 to 14.
from a hand
some line 01 early rail
Jackets, in Cheviot, Scotca
Mixed, Cloth Serge.etc, doable
breasted; regular price (3; sizes
4 to 14.