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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1892.
RUSSELL HP AGAIN.
Massachusetts Democrats Again Nom
inate Bim for Governor.
THE PLANKS IN THE PLATFORM.
An Attempt to Resuscitate the Dead Force
THE TICKET THE! PUT IN THE FIELD
Bostojt, Sept. 27. The Democratio State
ConTcntion was held in Tremont Temple to
day. Mr. Joseph Quincy, Chairman of the
State Committee, called the convention to
order and the call was read, by Secretary
Buckley. Upon assuming his office, Mr.
"la spite Ox some complications in the
South and the West the situation has not
changed in this respect There has never
been any basis in my judgment for Repub
lican claims of carrying Ken York, except
the expectation of Democratic discord
and division. That expectation has
been dissipated. In the face of
the common enemy the Democrats
of New York are fully united;
all are now inspired with a common desire
to secure Democratio success anil a common
determination to achieve it. The inspira
tion of this union of forces has been felt in
every section of the country. In the West
the Republican party is almost everywhere
obliged to fight on the defensive. In many
States this light is already recognized to be
a losing one. Many electoral votes hereto
fore counted as surely Republican are ir
retrievably lost to that party. In the South
the specter ct the force bill, temporarily
exorcized by Republican leaders trom
motives of policy, but ready to materialize
again in every tangible form in case of Re
publican success, is bringing back to
Democracy many of those who have tem
porarily strayed away."
Theodore Russell Talks on Currency.
The report of Committee on Credentials
showed the presence of 1,931 delegates, rep
resenting 28 cities and 331 towns.
The Committee on Permanent Organiza
tion made a partial report recommending
Hon. Charles Theodore RuBsell, ol Cam
bridge, as permanent chairman.
After extended reference to State affairs,
Mr. Russell turned to an analysis and dis
cussion ot the Democratic platform, in the
progress of which he said: "Mr. Blaine
descants with brilliant and sensational
rhetoric upon the 'wildcat currency' with
which he says before the war these
'thoroughly irresponsible banks flooded the
country.' He charges that their recommen
dation of a report lrom the 10 per cent tax
upon State bank circulation the Democrats
intend to restore a system of 'thoroughly
irresponsible banks' and 'wildcat currency'
through dishonest State legislation, and,
with his consummate and characteristic
adroitness, he seeks to substitute this
issue for that of silver coinage upon
which the Democratic platform is
so strong and the Republican so weak."
In closing tbe.speaker, referring to Mr.
Blaine's recent letter, said: "The writer of
this letter, with a sagacity only equaled by
th.at which forced the disinfectant of reci
procity into the McKinlcy bill, entirely
drops the two most important issues. Tne
one is the force bill, the other is President
Harrison, on neither of wnich he has one
word to say."
Got crnor Russell Renominated.
The convention proceeded to nomina
tion of Governor and Lieutenant Governor.
Congressman O'Neill renominated Gover
nor William Russell. The renomination of
Governor Russell was unanimously carried.
On motion of G. F. Williams, James B.
Carroll, of Springfield, was nominated for
J. J. Donovan followed with the report
of the common platform. The platform
opens with renewals ot allegiance to the
Democratic principles of government, the
Chicago platform is indorsed as a whole,
and the Presidental record of Grover Cleve
land is commended. The platform runs
We heartily Indorse the tariff plank of the
Xutional Democratic platform. Tariff taxa
tion, like all other taxation, iliould be levied
for public purposes only. We demand for
the true development of our great Indus
tries that raw materials shall be admitted
tree of duty and we particularly emphasize
the necessity of free n ool, coal. Iron, lumber
and all drugs, dyes and chemicals used In
our manufacturing enterprises. The neces
sity of raising a larvo revenue through tbe
tariff must, of coarse, continue ana the con
servative legislative course or the Demo
cratic party In Congress, Its full recognition
of existing business conditionsand constant
regard lor the welfare of the wage earner. Is
a sufficient answer to the attempts of the
Republican party to arouse needless fears
us to the practical consequences or a return
to sound principles of taxation. The recent
legislation and present position of the Re
publican party unon tbe great problem of
the tariff arc utterly inconsistent with the
imposition of duties made by that party in
the campaign of 1SS8.
Touching Up the Force Bill.
While it may suit the temporary exigen
cies of Republican party politics to keep tbe
"force" bill in the background, we believe
with Senator Hoar that the support of that
measure is the essence of Republicanism
and that Republican success will bring with
it a renewed attempt to enact a measure
which menaces the political liberties of all
The circulating note features of tbe na
tional banking system have uy common ad
mission become Inoperative, and we now
have in our financial system no banking ex
pedients ror tbe issue and withdrawal of
credit notes according to tbe necessities of
trade. We advocr.te tbe removal or the ra
tional tax on such circulating note3 or State
hanks as are so secured that their redemp
tion will be always certain. We believe in a
government of the people, and in the local
control of local affairs we Insist that each
municipality shall have the entire control
of its own concerns without the interference
of state officials.
Governor Russell then appeared on the
platform escorted by the committee ap
pointed to secure bis attendance. He was
received with a perfect babel of enthusiastic
demonstration, and addressed the conven
tion in a felicitous speech.
The committee on the balance of tbe ticket
reported as follows: For Secretary of State,
Charles a Hamlin; of Brookline; for Treas
urer and Receiver Genera, James S. Grin
nell, of Greenfield; for Auditor, Irvine B.
Sayles, of Millbury; for Attorney General,
Charles P. Lilley, of Lowell; for Presi
dental Electors at Large, Patrick Collins, of
Boston, and John P. Russell, of Leicester.
KtATEBS FOR PB0TBCII0K,
Mrs. Diaz, of Mexico? Makes a Pilgrimage
to the Shrine of Gnadaloupe.
City op Mexico, Sept 27. Mrs. Car
men Romero Rubio de Diaz, wife of the
President of Mexico, made another religious
pilgrimage to-day to the shrine of Our
Lady of Gnadaloupe for the purpose of in
voking the aid of the patron saint of Mexico
against the threatened invasion of cholera.
She was accompanied by about 100 of tbe
most prominent ladies of this city, and the
procession to the ville de Gaudalonpe was
very impressing. The services at the
Collegiate Church affected Mrs., Diaz to
tears as the prayers for protection 'ascended
o the Virgin.
TVliitky Is to Blame.
On Juno 1, 1832, 1 weighed 107 pounds and
was suffering from indigestion. Had tried
nany physicians and much medicine. My
last physician advised me to use a pure rye
whisky and recommended Klein s "Silver
Age." I have used lour bottles since then
ma am rap:dlv gaining in flesh and leel in
excellent spirits. My weight Is 133 pounds.
I am convinced tbat "Silver Age" whisky is
pure and good and believe it restored me my
healtls. J. J. JIcLuckles.
Dewjtt's Little Early Risers. No griping
uo pain, no nausea; easy pill to take.
&L Vausm -opening to-day. Mllinreirr opening to-day. ;J
m, riasHJtufica, Market street. I PwUhjus 4 Co., Market itreet
GOOD GORDON SANDERS.
The Old Meise Farm Comes to the Front
With One Big Well and Another One
Showing In the Fifth Southwest of Mc
Donald SlstersvlUe and Ohio Oper
ations. The only developments in the Southwest
fields yesterday were in the Gordon sand
pool in the Meise hollow, located a mile
south of Willow Grove, and two miles east
and south of McDonald.
The No. 4, on the old Meise farm, belong
ing to Lynch, Bnchheit & Co., reached the
Gordon fand late yesterday afternoon, and
started offat 25 barrels an hour.
Late last evening it was reported by one
ot the owners to bo only five feet ln,the
sand, and still making 25 barrels an hour.
fT.,... Ik.. R .. 1... Itla .l.n h.lnm.ini. ...
Lynch, Bnchheit & Co., is in the sand and
making a strong showing. Tbey expect to
drill it into the pay this morning. These
wells are in the heart of the pool and can
not be said to open up any new territory.
Mularkev & Go's. No. 3 on the Freeman
lot, Just west and south of Oakdale, which
was reported to be making 60 barrels an
hour, after a shot Monday evening, had
dropped to less than 20 barrels an hour yes
terday and was not given in the list of big
Greenlee & Forst's No. S on tbe Marshall
farm, south of Xoblestown, was reported to
have fallen lrom 25 to 20 barrels an hour,
and the estimated production of the field
had declined from 20,500 to 20,000 barrels.
The Devonian Oil Company expects to
drill in its No. 4 on the W. B. Moorhead farm,
southwest of McDonald, to-day.
JUThe Woodland Oil Company's No. 1, on the
Gladden rarm, also in the territory south
wostof McDonald, was reported last night
to be in tbe top oi the third and showing for
In West Virginia and Ohio.
Sistersville The Wells Oil Company has
finished up its Nos. 2 and 3 on tbeEph
Wells farm, just below town. No. 2 Is mak
ing about 75 barrels a day, and No. 3 is put
ting out 2t0 barrels a day. They are starting-
to drill at Nos. 4 and 5 on tbe same farm.
Apple, Mercer & Knox expect to set into
the sand to-day at their No. 1 on the Michael
Cork-ISO, O. An operator who has been
through this field recently stated yesterday
that tour or five wells have been completed,
and none of them are doing over 35 barrels a
There are now four or flvo strings of tools
running in the field.
The operating is being done by tbe Con
tral Ohio Oil Company, which is composed
of Columbus parties.
Bowliso Queen, O. There have been a
number or dry boles finished up in this
Among them are the Brown Oil Company's
No. 6 Peter Kramp, Plain township, Wood
county; B. W. MeMahon's No. 2. Samuel Case,
Plain township; the Bowling Gieen Gas Co.'s
No. 1 Barton, and No, 1 Walter; and A. C
McDonald's No. 2 on the Joseph Hampton
farm. The last is in close proximity to some
Black. Reese A Hazlett's No. 4 Ewinfr. in
Plain township, is good lor 703 barrels. This
firm has a rig up for No. 2 on the John Apel
iarm.anui.as maue two more locations on
the Ewing property.
Ctgket, O. ri H. Barnum's No. 9 on the
B. Whitacre (arm in Bloom township, Wood
county, is good for 50 barrels. He is Grilling
No. 10 on this (arm.
The Ohio Oil Company's No. 1 Loe has
been shot and Is good, for 30 barrels.
A. E. Priddy has shot his No. 4 Sharon and
it is making 45 barrels.
A Mystery Near Fryburg.
The residents of Fryburg are greatly ex
cited over a new well drilled ou the Culp
farm, near Fryburg, by the Ja.nestown Gas
Company. The firm were after gas and
were surprised when the well filled with oil
over tho jars when the sand was struck Sat
urday. The jars were pulled out and the
hole plugged, but on Friday the bailer was
run and 400 feet of oil that bad seeped
through the plugs were found in the hole.
The company made a mystery and have
been leasing land in that vicinity since that
time. The well is showing better than any
well in the adjoining field or Llneville.
The Gauges. '
The production of McDonald was 20,000
yesterday, 500 less than the day before. Tbe
hourly gauges of the largest wells at Mc
Donald yesterday were as follows: Greenlee
& Forst's No. 2 Noble heirs, 25; No. 6 Mar
shall, 20. The estimated production was
20,000; stook in field, 47,000.
Runs and Shipments Monday.
The National Transit runs were 36,776;
shipments, 22,930. Runs of Southwest Penn
sylvania from McDonald, 20,427; outside of
McDonald, 8,861, total runs, 29.2S3. Buckeye
runs or Macksburg oil 4,816; shipments,
none. Buckeye runs of Lima oil, 57,121;
shipments on 24th, 45,832; 25th. 11,497; 26th,
56,505. Eureka runs, 15,881; shipments, 2,744;
New York transit shipments, 44,576. South
ern Pipe Line shipments, 39,017.
The runs of the Y. L. Mellon Pipe Lines
on Monday were 6,060; reoelpts from other
lines, none; total receipts, 6,060; shipments,
The runs of the Western and Atlantic Pipe
Line Company Mondav were 4,596; ship
The runs of tho Tidewater Pipe Line Com
pany Monday were 2,314; total for the month,
80.SOG; average, 8 092; shipments, none; total,
105,942; average, 7,536.
The Oil Market.
Range of tbe October option: Opening,
MJfc: highest, 5iJc; Ion est, Mcj closing,
54c. Clearances, 14,000 barrels.
Keflned oil Xew York, 6lOc; London,,!
oilCitt, Fa., Sept 27. National Transit
certificates opened, Mc; highest, 54cj
lowest, C3Jfc; closed. SSJia. Sales, 48.000 bar
rels; cleaiances, 40,000 barrels; shipments,
1S9.41S barrels; runs, 97,818 barrels.
ixw Yor.K, Sept. S7. Petroleum opened
steady, and after a narrow movement be
came dull and remained so until the close;
Pennsylvania oil, spot Bales, none; October
option, sales, 21,000 barrels: opening, 64c;
highest, 54c; lowest, 54c; closing, 54c. Lima
oil, no sales. Total sales, 21,000 barrels.
DIAZ IS SOLID.
Lead Smelting Plants Removed From the
States to Mexico.
Albert Furness, of Gnanajunta, Mexico,
was at the Seventh Avenue Hotel yester
day. He says there is no opposition to
Diaz, and he will be re-elected at a salary
of 5125,000 per year. When he left that
country last week he said the people were
firing salutes in honor of the election of
Mr. Furness is in the mining business,
and claims that the McKinley law has
driven many lead smelting establishments
from the United States into Mexico. He
says several plants have been removed from
Pueblo to Monterey, and recently a big
Kansas City firm invested its money in the
From Thomas M. Marshall, Jr., Esq.
The Conover piano which 2 purchased
trom you last spring has given entire satis
faction. Modesty forbids tbat we should
praise our own property, but our friends say
that It is a vory line instrument, and use a
great many high-sounding musical terms
which I do not pretend to understand. The
truth of the matter is, we purchased the
Stano entirely upon the recommendation of
r. H. Kleber, because wo knew his reputa
tion for Integrity and musical ability, but if
we were to purchase a new piano' now it
would bo a Conover.
Thomas M. Marshall, Jn.
September 22, 1891
To Messrs. 1L Kleber & Bro.
Everybody Making Money
And yet some advertisers would make you
believe that every item leaving their store
Is sold at cost and below. Stock that will
not sell on its merits, at a profit to the deal
er, is not worthy of a purcnaseratany price.
Look to quality first. Tho price is always
right when dealing with a house whose
reputation for reliable f urnituro dates back
to 1832. Come ond see our display for 1S92
quite a difference, we assure you. Scnonic
eck & Sots, 711 Liberty street. Makers and
Dlsplayers of Artlsiio Furniture
Special Men's Suit Sale
In our well lighted basement. Read this:
To-day we will sell 1,000 men's saok and cut
away suits, neat patterns, at $5 a suit These
suits are taken from our regular 110 and $13
counters, placed in our well lighted base
ment and marked $5 each to move 'em off
quick. Mzes 83 to 44 bieast measure and
some ot tne newest patterns in our fall
stock. $5 buys one. P. a C. C., ClothJert,
corner Grant and Diamond streets, i Ask to
be shown to our well lighted basement.
Special Values In Muslin Gowns.
Fifty dozen ladle-' handsomely trimmed
gowns $1, $1 25, $1 50 and $2. These goods
are worth a great deal more. See them.
A. G. Uaiifbell & s oits, 27 Fifth avenue.
HlLLnrEitY opening to-day.
MADE A DISTINCTION.
The Grand Jury Uncouples Two
Charges Against a Woman.
SEVERAL .CRIMINALS CONVICTED.
m the Alls-
THE NEWS OP THE CODNTT COURTS
The grand jury did something yesterday
that is unprecedented in tbe history of
grand jnnes in this county. There were
two charges against Mrs. Kate McGuire, of
Braddock, one of selling liquor without
license and another of selling on Sunday.
The grand jury considered the case and re
turned a true bill on the charge of selling
on Sunday and ignored ths charge of selling
without a license.
According to the record in the Clerk of
Court's office Mrs. McGuire has no license
granted by the courts, and the action of the
grand jury created considerable comment
around the Court House.
, The other true bills yesterday were: Will
iam Booth, Beady Cunningham, James
Means, illegal liquor selling; Herman
Brown, carrying concealed weapons; Carrie
Beckley, Hugh McLaughlin, felonious as
sault and battery; John Conoboy, Thomas
Keegan, Georgs Mohn, Jacob Mohn,
John McFarland, Samuel McEwen,
Charles Schubert, Patrick Varlcy, John
Bigler, assault and battery; John Harrar,
Harry Young, misdemeanor; Max Knorr,
Hugh Parker, Stewart Eeeder, larceny; N.
F. Myers, ialse pretense.
The ignored bills were: James Caines,
Hannah Dopko, assault aud batterv; T. L.
Miller, false pretense; Charles Neal, lar
ceny; John "Welker, felonious assault.
ETHER'S CHAINS BROKEN,
Several Divorces Granted and Another
Applied for Yesterday.
Attorney C A. Sullivan yesterday filed
the divorce case of Lua Emma Bamsey by
her next friend John Dyer, against P.
Bamsey. They were married November
13, 1690 and separated August 22, 1892.
Cruelty is charged.
Divorces were granted in the cases of
Elizabeth Caxton against Ephraim Caxton,
and George B. Owings against Emma
Owings. Desertion was the charge in both
To-Day's Trial Lists.
Criminal Court Commonwealth vs Joseph
Zappa, Anuelo Zappa, Joseph Alulmarlo,
William Beardon. Hannah Bourdon, Annie
Zappe, Mary Zappe (muraer), William
Holmes, Harry Goldman, George Jack
son, John Klagbor, William Gal
lagher, Louis Johnson, Henry Munsch,
Fred Sillier, Steve McLaughlin, John
Patterson, Binehard Greess, Joseph Shan
holtz, Fred Brebme, O. P. Griffith, James
Kane, George Parker, Thomas Klrkup,
William Booth, Peter Dore, James Thomp
son, D. D. Kelly, Nellie Watchom, Mary
Wensel, Jennie Dllworth, Lizzie Funk, Pat
rick Daley, Mary E. King, John A. Krall,
Louis Weaver, James Lathe, Charles Beed,
Annie Sullivan, Harry Shellhorn, Marv
Sheilhorn, Herman Schweitzer, C. Smith, P.
Polosky, Maud Wilcox, Martin Weiss, Mary
Common Pleas No. 1 Barnet vs Hlgglns,
HazlottvsDuquesno Traction Company, Far
ley et nx vs Lackey et ux, Rubel vs Bed
oath, Morton vs Hodge, 1'fell Vb Kohen.Jasse
vs township of Braddock, Scott vs Wernke
et al, Cooper & Co. vs Stacey et nl, Mayer vs
Brennen, Beerkamper vs Jacob, Mason vs
Vandeuberg, Mllllgan vs Levi.
Common Pleas No. 3 Maxwell vs Pleas
ant Valley Eleetrio Ball way Company, Pen
man vs McCullough, Faliey vs Dleken, Car
ney vs McGee et al, Dicken vs Carr, Lonnk
vs Hoelsoher, Fahnestock & Co. vs Ber
talott, Walsh & Bnrke as Dunlap & Co.
Common Pleas No. 3 Simpson vs Simp
son, Cook & Braden vs Holmes, Gerner vs
Grandunsky, inlands vs Jenklnson, Euro
pean Portrait Company vs Couway, Smyers
vs Henkel, Darrah vs Beckert, Antoniotc vs
Jolly Bros., Davis Bros, vs Hatry & Co.
To-Day's Audit List
Estate of Accountant.
James Joyce JobnMooney.
Hannan Simple P. E. bample.
Maria Kennedy liobert Kennedy.
F. A. Johnston E. Z. Thomas.
Loult Elcessor G. S. Uartlngs.
John Schrobcr...- 1''. Keith.
G. Y. Coulter W. 4. Fryer et al
P. '. McGovern ,tT. B. McOovern.
William Thaw Mary C. Thaw.
Kicnara spiane dosnaaaptaae.
juargarei i;onuouy. ,
... C, O'Donnell.
....J. r. McClusky.
...T. M. Morrow.
....J. H. Torte.
Sarah E. JIcKee ..
r. Aianoney .
..J. J. OltUiun.
H. K. Thawetal Mary O. 'Ibaw.
William uuDer nateiiuDer.
PoUlng Up tho Blvcr Bottom.
In the United States Circuit Court yes
terday a bill in equity was filed by District
Attorney Lyon in behalf of the Govern
ment against the Pittsburg Plate. Glass
Company. He asked for an injunction to
constrain them from dredging in the Alle
gheny river near Tarentum, Ford City, etc.,
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
1: ' & rDWy&P
FURNISHES YOUFl HOME
ON THESE TERMS:
On a bill of S 10, 8 1 00 down and 50o a week.
On a bill of 25, S S 00 down and $1 00 a week.
On a bill of S CO, 8 8 00 down and $2 00 a week.
On a bill of 5 76, 10 00 down 'and 82 SO a week.
On a bill of 8100, 812 SO down and 83 00 a week.
ETTHIS IS NOT ALL1 In addition to the above we will give FBEE this month
S-WITH EACH BIXI, OF $10
' A good Jute Bug, 36x72 inches, worth 81 CO.
1-WITH EACH BILL OF ?25
A good Oak Center Table, worth 82 SO.
t-WITH EACH BILL OF g50
"We allow a selection oi anything in the.stock to the value of 85.
t-UTTH EACH BILL OF $75
Tour choice of any article in the store to the value of 87 60.
ETWITH EACH BILL OF 8100
Choice of any article in the siore to tbe value of 810.
But this is the last week for which the offer is made.
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and taking out the sand, leaving piles of
gravel, etc., to obstruct the channel.
Several Minor Cases Tried In the Criminal
In Criminal Court yesterday Marcella
Montaguy wos tried for false pretense in
connection with the sale of some property
at Bridgeville, on oath of. Catharine
Mauche. The defendant was found not
guilty, but ordered to pay the costs.
Frank Schnuth was tried for receiving a
small amount of stolen money from George
Parker, which the latter had admitted was
stolen from VF. B. Lupton, but was ac
quitted. William Bichardson was sent to the work
house for three month 'for larceny.
The jury is oat in the case of Samuel and
James Boyd, charged with aggravated as
sault ana battery on oath of unaries nana
beck, of Glenfield, who. alleges that the
defendants beat him with a pitchfork on
Charles Hildabiddle was tried before
Judge Kennedy on a charge of entering the
dwelling of John P. Ober, the Allegheny
brewer, utldablddle was Uber s coaenman.
The jury is out.
Failed to Renew His License.
K. S. Metzgar, of Somerset county, was
given a hearing yesterday before United
States Commissioner McCandless on a
charge of neglecting to take out a revenue
license for the sale of liquor. He had bad
a license and neglected to renew it on July
L He was held lor a trial at court.
The Horn of the Courts.
The case of F. H. Guffey against T. C. Pit
cairn, nn action on a note, Is on trial before
The case of Matt Cullen against Thomas
Carson, an action on a horse trade, is on
trial before Judge Porter.
A verdiot of $G90 for the plaintiffs was
dven yesterday In the case of S. B. Floyd &
Son asatnst William Selbert, an action on a
In the suit of tho Tunis Lumber Company
against Cowan & Hastings, an action on a
a contmct, a verdiot was given yesterday
for $99 91 for the plaintiff.
A VEEnicr for $58 0 for the plaintiff was
given lnjthe case of G. F. McLean against
James Getty, Jr., an action to recover for
Executions against E. J. Sbem were issued
yesterday bv De Wald Wuesthoff & Co. for
$1,793 38, and by C. P. Mugele & Co. for
$3,006 75, $917 and $262 50.
The case of John Stubbe and wife against
B. F. Lown, executor of Mary Sotimeltz, an
action to recover for coal mined under the
plaintiff's property, resulted in a verdiot of
$101 for tbe plaintiff.
A non-suit was taken in tbe case of August
Drewes against the Granite -tate Provi
dence Association of Manchester, N. H. It
was a smt to recover on a deposit as agent,
but thelaefondant showed that Drewes was
not their authorized agent.
TWO M0BE SEALKES SEIZED.
The Russians Appropriate the Vessels and
Their Cargoes of Skins.
Sax Frascisco, Sept. 27. The sealing
schooner Leon has arrived here from Petro
pauloiski, and reports the seizure by Bus
siaus of two more Victoria sealers.
Tbe Maria, Captain Balkin, was seized by
the cruiser Zubika and the Carmelita by the
revenue cotter Vitiaa. Both vessels were
confiscated and taken to Petropaalofski.
They had 1.800 skins, which were also taken.
The crew will be sent to Yokohama.
GOING DOWN THE HILL
Old Ago Creeping on Sbows Itself In Lack
Lustre Byes and Trembling Hands
Many Who Are Old In 1'oars are Vigor
ous and Healthy How Such a Condition
may he Encompassed hy A2L
How many elderly men and women we see
who plainly show tbey are "going down the
hill." The trembling hand, tbe uncertain
step, the lack of brightness in the eye, the
shrunken features, all Indicate that life is
not at'high tide, that tne strength and vital
forces are not what they once were, and in
faot, that tbey are going down the hllL This,
of course, is to be expected, for when one
reaches later years, physical troubles are
sure to come, but how many elderly people
we see are healthy, happy and comparative
ly vigorous. They always seem cheerful,
bright, oon tented. Why should not all be
equally fortunate? It certainly is possible.
Every elderly man and woman needs to
gently assist nature, all tbe whlle needs to
take some pure stimulant regularly. Every
doctor in the land admits this, and its com
mon sense must De manifest to all It should
not ,be understood, however, that any ordi
nary stimulant would be recommended. It
must be something pure, powerful, health
giving and strength-Imparting. Such a
stimulant can be found only in Duffy's Pure
Malt Whiskey. It is the only medicinal
whiskey in the market. Its wonderful popu
larity is due entirely to its power and what
it has accomplished. Any elderly man or
woman through its use may certainly pre
serve the health, and may reasonaoly
expeot to prolong the life. Do not be In
duced, however, to try any inferior artiole
or any which the druitgist or grocer may
seek to put in its place. There Is nothing
which can accomplish the same object.
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T !. m .. . ..J
ww a uumsa & bos."
Dyspepsia is stealing the roses from many
ladies cheeks, and making many men's
1 ' sBI 0 I & will arrest the rascal,
i'IH-'BI 1 58 and re.toro health,
' " . "" B7 JPF M lr 1 they
; will enre Sick Headache, acting Woe
, i a charm on the Stomach, Liter and
' ; CoTered with a Tirfelcw and Soluble Coating.
5 New York Depot, 385 Canal St.
Healthful, Agreeable, Cleansing.
Chapped Hands,- "Wounda, Barns, Etc
Eemoves and Prevents Dandruff,
fiHEHIGAN FAMILY SOAP.
Best for General Household Use
OIL IVKUi SUPPLIES.
After 19 Years of Trial,
FAMILY SAFEGUARD Oil,
It Conceded to Be the Bess and Barest OU
K EVES VABIE3 W QUALITT.
Cannot Be Exploded.
It js the rery niftiest grade of refined, pe
tr61etttn, lrom whioh in (he process 6f man
nfaotnre, every impurity has been elim
lnktftd. lalbe is free from benzine and parafflne;
it will neter ohlll In the eoldest tempera
tnTe known on tills continent.
In color. Elaine is sprlnc-wattr white, and
its "Are test" is so high as to make it as ab
solutely safe as any llraminant known.
Having no aisagrseiiDie oaor, &uunau
pleasant 011 ior iamiiy use.
Can Bs Burned in Any Petroleum Lamp.
A POSITIVE PBOTEOTTOS TBOil LAMP
HAKES TBE SATEST AKD BEST LIGHT
too Million Gallons ELAINE Sold in li Tears
From 1873 to WSJ.
Elaine Cannot Be improved Tpon.
WARDEN & OXNARD,
AETI8T AND PflOTOGRAPHEB,
CaMneta, 83 to S4 per dozen; petltes, 81
per dozen. Telanhono 173L apS-ft-vwrstl
GEO. K. STEVE.YSOtf A CO.,
Fine Groceries and Table Delicacies,
Sixth avenue. Jy20-iW
mm , m U ! ' WW ra M K mW Hi ifflulHW
ItWftUljl ilgtilUilUbUtllliliUXlllIUlli UllUilM Hj IkJ illiliUliliUiiiiilwii
WeoGcnpythe entire Mil
a HENS' AND BOY'S
Clothing on Credit
(Ready-Made & to Order.)
LADIES' CLOAKS & JACKETS,
Watches & Jewelry,
Gasb Prices Withoat Security.
TERMS: One-third of theamount purchased
must be paid down; the balance in small
weekly or monthly payments. Business
transacted strictly confidential. Opea
daily, from 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. Saturdays
oatii.ll F. M.
In Effect Jcnri li, 1892.
Trains Trill leave Union Station, Flttsbnrs
as follows (KHWm Slsndsnl Tlmelt
MAIN T.TXE. EASTWARD.
Pennsylvania Limited of Pnllmiui Veatlbnle Cars
dally at 7:15 a. m.. arrlylnt at ilariisbur at 1:15
p. m Philadelphia 4:tt p. m.. tttir Yoik 7:00
p. m.. Baltimore 4:40 p. m.. Washington SM p.m.
Keystone KzDress dally at 1:3) a. m., arriving st
Ilarrlsbnrjr 8:2S a. m.,, Baltimore 11:15 a. m..
Washington 12:2) p. m..' Philadelphia lli33 a. m
New York 2:00 p. in.
Atlantic Express dally at S:S0 a. m.. arriving at
Bsrrlsbarg 10:10 a. m., Philadelphia 1:25 p. m..
New York 4:00 p. m.
Harrlsburjr Accommodation dally, except Sunday,
5:i5 a. m.. arrlvlog at Harrlsbutt 2:50 p. m.
Day Express daily at 8:00 s. m.. arriTlng at ITar
rlibnrr S:20 p. m., Philadelphia 6:50 p.m.. New
Yorkihtip. m., Baltimore 6:45 p. m 'Washing
ton 8:15 p. a.
Mall train Sunday only, 8:40 a.m., arrives Harrls
bnrr 7.-C0D. m.. Philadelphia 10:55 p. m.
Mall .Express dally 12:50 p. m.. arriving at Harrte
burglC:0Op. m.. connecting at llarrlsborg for
Philadelphia Express dally at 4:30 p. m arriving
at Harrlstrarr 1 jOO a. m.. Philadelphia 4:23 a. m.,
and New York 7:10 a. m.
Eastern Express at 7:10 p. m. dally, arrivlngBar
rlsbnrg 2:10 a. m., Baltimore 8:20 a. m.. Wash
ington i:su a. m., irmiaaeinni &:ua a. m ana
New York 7:40 a.m.
Fast Line, dally at 8:10 p. m., arriving at Harrla
burg3:30 a. m.. Philadelphia 6:50 a. m.. New
York 8:30 a.m., Baltimore 8:20 a. m Washing
ton 7:30 a. m.
All through trains connect at Jersev City with,
boats of "Brooklyn Annex" for Brooklyn. N.Y..
avoiding doable ferriage and Journey through New
Johnstown Accom., except Sunday, 3:40 p. m.
Grcensburg Accom., 11:S) p. m.. week days: 10:30
p. m. Sundays. Ureensburg Express 5:15 p.m.,
except Sunday. Derry Express 11:00 a. ra ex
Wall Accom.. 5:23, 6-00, 7:40. tx. 8:50, 9:40. 10:30.
11:00 a. nu, 12:15. 12:50. 1:20. 2:30. 3:43. 4KO, 4:50.
0:0, o:w, o:. v:o :uu, iu:-u, u:oup. m uxiu
nizni, exceptAionuay. sui
12:25. 12:60. 2:20, 4:30. 6:30.
and 12:10 nlrllt.
Sunday. 8:40 10.30 a.m.
7J2U, 9:30, 10:30 p. m.
WllUnsburg Accom.. 5:23. 8.-00. 8:15. 6:45. 7:00,
7:25. 7:40. 8:10. 5:35. 8:50. 9:40. 10:3a 11:00. 11:10 a.
m.. 12:01, 12:15. 12:30, 12:50, 1:20, 1:30, 2:00, 2:30
3:13, z:40. 4:w. 4:iu, 4:za. 4:u, :ou. a:uu, o;io, o:aj,
6:45. 8:oa 6:20. 6:45. 7:25, 8:20. 9M), 9:45. 10:20,
11:00, 11(30 p. m. week-days, and 12:10 night, ex
cept Monday. Sunday, 6:J0, 8:40, 10:30 a. m..
12:25. 12:50. 1:30. 2:3a 4:30, 6:30, 7:20. 9:00, 9:30,
10:30 p. m., 12:10 night.
Braddock Accom.. 3:25. 8:00. 6:15. 6:45. 7.00, 7:25,
7:40, 8:00, 8:10. 8:35, 8:5a 9:40. 10:30. 11:00. 11:10,
a. ra.. 12:01, 12:15, 120. 12:50. 1:20, 1:30. 2:00. 2:30,
3:15, 3:40, 4:00; 4:10, 4:25, 4:30, 4:35. 40, 5:00, 5:15l
60, 5:45. 6:ia 8:20. 6:45, 7:25. 8:20, 9:00. 9:45. 10:20
11:00,11:30 p.m. week-dars, and 12:10 night, ex-
fpnt Mnndtiv. Rnndnv. 5:30. 8:00. 8:40. 10::
r::-:::r-r T"r '.' i; . r ".-a - .
, iz:au, iiza. z:su, :w, a:av, tM, tnw.
10:30 p.m.. 12:10 night.
SOUTiriFEST PENN HA1X.TVA.T.
ForUnlontown5:25and8:Sia. m 1:20 and 4:25 p.
ON AND AFTBR JIAY 25, 1831.
For Monongahela City. West BrownsYllla and
TJniontown. 10:40 a. m. For Monongahela City
and West Brownsville. 7:35 and 10:40 a.m., and
4:50p.m. On Sunday, 8:55 a, m. and 1:01 p. m.
For Monongahela Cltr only, 1:01 and 5:50 p. m.
week-days. Dravosburg Accom.. 6:00 a. m. and
3:20 p. m. week days. West Elizabeth Accom.
8:33 a.m.. 4:15, 6:30. and 11:35 p. m. Sunday.
9:40 p. m.
"WEST PENNSY1TANIA DITISIOX.
OX AXD AFTER JUNS 23. 1392.
FromFEDEBAL SfBEET STATION, Allegheny
For Sprlngdale, week-days, 6:20. 8:45. 9:25. 10:40,
11:50a. ra.. 1:30. 2:25, 4:00, 6:00, 5:4 6:10. 6:20.
8:10. 10:30 and 11:40 p. m. Sundays, 12:35 and 9:30
For Butler, week-days, 6:20. 8:45, 10:40 a. m.. 3:15
and 6:10 p.m.
For Freeport. week-days. 6:55. 8:45. 10:40 a.m..
3:15.4:050. 8:10. 10:30 and 11:40 p. m. Sun
days 12:35 and 9:20 p. m.
For Apollo, week.days, 10:40 a. m. and 5:00 p. m,
ForPaulton and Blalrsvllle, week-days, 6:55o. m,
3:15 and 10:30 p.m.
,-The Excelsior Baggage Express Company
will call for and check baggage from hotels and
residences. Time cards and full Information can
be obtained at the ticket offices No, 110 Firth ave
nup. corner Fourth avenue and Try street and
CHAS. E. PUGH. i. R. WOOD,
General Manager. Gen'l Pass'r Agent.
From Pittsburgh Union Station.
Trains Ban by Central Tims.
Northwest Syntein For t Wnyne Ronte
VrrjiKt for Chicago, points Intermediate and beyond:
1.20a,m.,7.10 a.nu, 120 p.m 1.00 p.m 8.45
p. m., J11.30 p.m. Akxivx from same points : '12.05
a.m., ft. 15 ajn.. 6XD a.m., &35 ajn., 5i5p.m.,
DzrAirr forToledo, points Intermediate and beyond:
from same points: flJ5 a-m., 6S5 sun., -f15.45p.m.
Depart for Cleveland, points Intermediate and
beyond: J6.10 a.m., 7J0 a.m., tlO p.m,
11.05 p.m. Ahkivb from same points: 50a.m,.
tlJ0 p.m., o.oo p.m.,TOJ)U p
DzfAKT for Martins Ferry, Bi
DxrAKT for Martins Ferry, Bridgeport and Beltdre :
1 JSQ p.m J4.I0 p jn. AxxrVB fiom same
nolnts : T9.00 a.m.. tlJS5 cm.. iOO n.m.
DzrAKT for New Castle, Erie, Youngstown. Asbta
bula, points intermediate and beyond; f7.2() a.m
tlliia) p.m. Axxrvx from same points: -fl.25 p.m.a
Divart fcr New Castle, Jamestown, Youngstown
and Niles, 43.45 p.m. Akrxvs from same points:
Depart for Yoongstown, 13.20 p.m. Aruvs from
Youngstown, 6 45 p.m.
Southwest System-Pan XlnndleRonte
Dbpart for Columbus. Cincinnati Indianapolis, St.
Louis, pouits intermediate and beyond: 1.10 a.mn
80a.m., '8.45 p.m., 11. 15 p.m. Arxivz from same
De? art for Columbus, Chicago, pouits intermediate
nd beyond: 1.10 a.m., yliXSp.m. Aunrs from
same points: 2D a.m., f8.06 p.m.
DrART for Washington, t8.15 a. nu, -185 a.nu,
f 15 p. m., fS.S0 p. m., f4. p.m.,L50 p. m. Arrivs
from Washington, 665 ajn., fjM a.m., 1&50 a.m.,
DirAXT ior Wheeling, s8,80 a.m., T12.05 n'n
t2.45 p. m., M.lO p. m. Arrivs from Wheelmg,
f 8.45 a. m., f 3 06 p. m. 5J0p.m.
Pullman Sleeping Cars and Pullman Dixma
Cars run through. East and West, oa pnncipal trains
cf both Systems.
Local Slekting Cars running' to Commbus, Cin
cinuati, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Toledo and Chicago
are ready for occupancy at Pittsburgh Union Station
at 9 o'clock p. m.
iimk iailesoi inrongnana iocai Accommoda
tion Trains of either system, not mentioned above, can
be obtained at 110 Fifth Avenue and Union Station,
Pittsburgh, and at principal ticket offices oi tbe Penn
sylvania Lanes West of Pittsburgh.
Dally. tEx. Sunday. tx. Saturtay. TEx. Monday.
JOSEPH WOOD, K. A. FORD,
Gtscnl Hangar. Caml luutftz Irrct
BAimroBEAin) ohio rail-koajI "
Schedule In effect Sept. J, 1892. Eastern time.
O.. Baltimore. Phlla
ielplila and New
YoVJt, 3 00 a tn and
ew.sWam, li ij
fl 60, $ co, w 30 a m.
.. Baltimore. Phlla
h u, w ana
F or TTnlontawn
13 60, 'SCO. IS SO a mi
l 10. 4U and li 01
for Mt. Plmmt
a 50 and 3 00 am; 21 10, 24 li And $300 jm. ,
r n aaaingwn, rs,, -v a b iv am in a a xo.
f ur n neeiiiiK
1 20. W 10 and 29 30 a a, 00,
t aj, iiiipopm,
For Cincinnati and Bt, Lonls, 7, 20 a ra."
V 30 andfll Hta For Cincinnati U p-o. Sat
nMay only. ,
For Colnmbos, "7 a m. T and U U
For Newark, "7 JO am, "7 30 and I116pm.
For Chicago, V 20 a m and "7 30 o m.
Trains arrive from Mew York. Philadelphia. Bal
timore and Washington, 20 am. 80om- From
Colnmbns, Cincinnati and Chicago, 1 10 am. S 40
p m. irrom WheeUng, 8 do and "10 4 a m. ; a.
IT ES and 'Mni
sleeping cars to Baltimore, wasung-
ton. Cincinnati and Chlcar
DatlT. fUallr etront 8u
Datly. 2Ually etcept Sunday. JSnnday only.
ISatnrday only. IDalMr except Saturday.
The PltUhorg Traninr Company villi call for and
check baggage from hotels and residences upon
orders left at B. O. ticket offlce, comer Fifth
avenue and Wood street, and 639 smlthqeld street.
1. T. ODELL. C1IA8. O. SCTJLL,
General Hasagcr. Gen. Pass. Agent, j
i LtTOTHENTVALLTTBAILWAT CO-
ii. Taking effect June J, 1S02. trains win '
leave and arrive at Union station. Pittsburg, east-
ern standard time: lluffalo express Leaves at 3:29
a. m., 8:i0 p. m. (arriving at Buffalo at 3:45 p. m.
and7:20a. m.); arrives a; 7:05 a. in.. p. m. Oil
City and inUol expreu-Leaves 6:00 a. c. 8 JO a.
m.. 10 p. m.: arrives 1.-00. 3:35,10:20 p.m. Km.
lenton Leaves 3:4S p. m. ; arrives 10:00 a. m. nut
tanning Leaves 9:03 a. m 6:00 p. m. : arrives j;is
a. m.. 3:35 p. m. firaeburn-Leaves 3:30 a. m..
12:0Sp. m..30p. m.,-il8p. m.; arrives 0i40a,
m.. 8:03 a. m.. i:4Jp. m., 7:40 p. m. Valley Camp
Leaves 10USa.m.. 2:80.0:30. 11O0J). m.s arrives
3:40 a. m., 12:30. 4:40, ll:t0 p. m. Hulton-Leaves
70 p. m. : arrives 1:20 p. m. Sunday trains Buf-
laio cjKnrcss l.cavesB:Aia. m. o:osp. iu.; ci.va
7:wsa. m.. 3:35 p.
r.mipn ton Leaves 9:05 a.m.:
arrives 9:13 p. m. Klttannlng Leaves 17:40 p. m. :
anires 10:15 p. m. Braeburn-Leaves 9:30 p.m.:
arrives 7 nop. m. Pullman parlor buffet ear on
uay irmiuv auuzruiimansiee
between Pittsburg and Buffi
day trains andPullman sleeping car oa night trains
tween fituoargand Buffalo. Ticxetomces, no.
llfthar. IRdTTMan atatlAn.
110 Fifth ar. and Union stitlOn.
DAVID MCCABGO. JAMI3P.AHDEES0N.
Gen'lSupt. . pen. Pass. Agt.
PITT8BUKG AND WiaTEBlt BAIL-WAT
Schedule In effect May is. 133) (Central time).
Depot cor Anderson st. and Klver ar.. Allegheny.
jjepart ior vuicago. -7tou p. m. douu &rai wtw
Pullman ileeblng car. For Sane. Bradford, til 10
a. m. For Clarion. t7tlo a. m., tliMJ). m. F
For Clarion. t7tlo a. m., niMJ). m. For
irg, r;il0 a. m.. t2:00, t4lSp. a. For Buffalo,
Mead vllle, t7:10 a. m. FOr Greenville.
r. Grove City. t7iloa. m.. t2 p. m. For
Mercer, Grove City. tmoa. m
Akron. Cleveland, t7:10a. tn.. "2:03 p. m. For Mew
Castle. 7lll a. m.
, -ziw. TBiue p. m. mr u
l m. . i?on Tii3. .la ti. in.
Trains arrive: From Kane. :48 p. m. i CUrlou,
411:39 a. m.
m.: Fcxbunr, t:06, tlt:30 a.
m,, WH5n. m
-z r rr'' c i.j ..
Erie. Tziflup. m.: ureenviue. aier-
cer, 111:30 a. m.. tliiO a m. t Akron. 'll-J a. in.,
p. m. : lrom CWa
lliSSa. m.. ai43 i
rio. moo. tiiiai a. m nuo. -:
aasro. lli&5 a. rau
PmsBTrRG AND LAKE EBUf BATLBOAll
Company. Scnedole la effect May 1J. law.
Central time. DErAM For Cleveland, "S.00 a.m..
J.55. 4.20, . p. m. For Cincinnati. Chicago aaj
St. Louis. '1.55. 9.45o. m. For Buffalo, S.Wa,m..
4.20, 3.44 p.m. ForBalamanca'S.OOa, m., "J.M,
1..V1 -ii.wp. m.
9.44 p. m. For
5. CO. ll.SJa.in.,
rstown Mapu" vmmv, v.uul
1 si i.m '4.ia. 9.48c. m. y
Bearer Fills, 8.00, 7.C0, s.00. 1I.M a,m.. !.. 180.
4.10. 5. ML Sv45 n
8.00. 16.45. j.co. f., rr.so. 13..
jrpr untruflTv. JrY 'Mk
8-a ").10- 1LM
a. m.. 12.10. 1,00. 2.00. 3 SO. 4.05. 14.3L -4.23.
5.23. 8.00. 13.43. 10D. to.
AftarVE From Cleveland. "Ci3fl a. a.. 12s.
B:U. 7iS0 0. m. From Cincinnati. Chicago and at.
"Louis. "6:fca. m.. 12:0. 7:J0 p. m. From But.
falo. 6:50, a. m., 12133. t-M p. m. From Salamanca,
8i30, 10:00a. m., 7:S0p. m. From Yoongstown,
hd New Castle. fl!30, ITsJS. '10:00 . m., 12-3,
8ti5, "7:80, ttX p. m. If torn BeaTer Falls, Sr208.S9,
7115. '10:00 a. m.. '12:30. 1:20, 3il5. VOQ, 8'JOp. m.
P.. O. A. Y. trains for alansfleld. 7:37 sum., 12:10,
4:05 p. m. For splea and Beecbmont. 77 a. m
4:05 p. to.
P., O. 4 T. trains from Mansfield. 71. nri a,
a., 2:37 p. m. From Beechmont. 7:31, 110 a. m,
P., MCK. A Y. B. B. DzrART ForNew Raves,
8d0 a, jh.. 3:00 p. m. For West Newton. 8r20 a,
rs.. 3:00.5:25 p.m.
AnaiVE-FromNewHaTen. 9:00a. nu. 4S7 p,
m. From West Newton, 8:53, 9.-00 a. nu, l:07
xor Aicneesport, iuizaoetn, aoooasMiuft uiy
aftd h11a VjtmAti itijn 1ina a, ra., 4toan. n
From Bell Vernon. Monongahela Cifr. Six;
beth and MCEeeanort, VMn. m., UrfS, JjOJp.m.
Dally, Idondays Only. iTo and from Hww
City TUket Offlce. 030LEjJllUlflldtrsu
EUROPEAN STE AJWHIP
WHITE STAR LINE.
For Queenstown and Liverpool.
Foyal and United States Mall Steamers.
Genn'cSept.23, 10:30 a m
Teutonic, Oct. 5, 4 p m
Brlt'lc. Oct.12. 10:33 a.m.
Majestic. Oct. 19. 3 p m
Germanic. Oct. 28,9 a.m.
Teutonic Nov. 2, 2 p ra
Majestic. Nov. 16, 2p n
From White Star dock, foot of nestTenthstreot,
Second cabin on these steamers. Saloon rates.
150 and upward. Excursion tickets on ravoraUa
terms. Second cabin. 140 and (45. Steerage front
or to the old country. 120.
White Star drafts payable on demand Inatlths
pilnelpal banks throughout Great Britain. Apply
to JOHN J. MCCORMICK, (33 Sralthfleld street,
Pittsburg, or H. MA1TLAND KEBSifV. General
Agent. Broadway. New York. my29-D
Steamers Taava New Tork Every Saturday
For Glasgow via Londonderrys
Bates for Saloon Passage.
By S. S. CITTT OF HOME, 850 and upwards,
according to accommodation and location
of Boom. Second Cabin, BOO.
On other Steamers. Cabin. 345 and nnwards,
Second Cabin, 830. Steerage. 819.
Passengers booked at through rates to or from any
city m Great Britain or on the Continent.
Drafta rn London Sold at Lowest Antes.
Book of Information, tours and sailing lists fur
nished on application to Agents.
HENDEBSON BBOt HERS. 7 Bowfing Green. N.
Y.. or J. J. MCCORMICK, 639Smlthfieldst.. Pitts
burg. F. M. SEMPLE, 110 Federal St.. Allegheny.
KOTAL MAIL SrEASISlIlrS.
GLASGOW to PHILADELPHIA
via DEKBY and GAL WAY. Tne most di
rect ronte from Scotland and North and
Middle of Ireland.
Intermediate, S30. Steerage, S19.
STATE SERVICE OF
LIllC. J STEAMSHIPS.
NEW YORK and GLASGOW
via Londonderry every Fortnight.
Oct. 6 State of Nebraska 10 a. it.
Oct. 20 State or California 10 a. jc
Nov. 10. State of Nebraska 9 a. m.
Cabin, $40. Second Cabin, 330. Steerage, $19.
Apply to J.J.McCOBMlCE, 639 Smlthfleld 3U
Now rjeinfr made to onr building- for tlie easy
handling of a large stock or wall paper will
not be completed until October 15, until
which time we will offer the same low prices
made dnring our remnant sale. On account
of being So upset we must offer extra in
ducements to buyers", otherwise a great part
Of our stock will be ruined If not sold, ext
year the prices of wall paper will he higher.
Buy now you will save money. We pay 8o
postage on samples of wall paoer, which we
send vketz to any address. If the samples
were not the best and our prices the lowest
this money would bo wasted. We pay
freights on all orders of $3 or over. When
you come to the Exposition call and see our
G. G. O'BRIEN'S
Paint and Wall Paper StOTe, 293 Fifth Ave,
three squares from Court Bouse.
SPECIALISTS in all cases re-
3nirlng scientific and confl
ential treatment. Dr. S. K.
Lake, M. B, C. P. S., is the old
est and most experienced spa'
clalist in tbe city. Consulta
tion .free and strictly confi
dential. Office hours 9 to land 7 to 8 r. vu
Sundays, 3 to 4 p. M. Consult them person
ally, or write Docrons Lake, cor. Penn av.
and Fourth St.. Pittsburg, Pa. Jel&SJ-Dwfc
E. O. WJ
Treatment. a guaranteed specins ror uysterla.
Dizziness, Convnlslons, Fits. Nervous Nenralgt-w
Headache. Nervous Prostration caused by tho mi
or alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental De
pression, Softening of the Brain resulting la In
sanity, decay and death. Premature Old Age. Loij
of Power la either ser. Involuntary Losses, aal
Spermatorrhoea caused Dy oyar-exeraoa ot tns
bmln self-abuse or over-indulgence. Each bo
contains one month's treatment, tl.00 a box; jr
slxforp.OO, by mail.
TVJC GOAKANTEE SIX BOXE1
To enre any ease. With each order received rr
slxboxeswewlll send the purchaser our wrtttsi
guarantee to refund the money If tha treatment
does not cure. Guarantees Issued only by Eillu
G. STUOKY, Druggist, Sole Agent. No. 2HI aal
1701 Penn avenue, corner Wylie avenue and Kultoa
street, Pittsburg. Pa. Ose atn XV Dlarrboj.
Cramp Cure. IS and eta. ja-lg-eoda
IS CALLED TO TUB
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Premature Old Age, and many other diseases that I
lead to insanity or Consumption and an early I
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Address GRAY MEDICINE CO.. Buffalo. IT,
a cure or xnone
aa-rin'aecount of counterfeits, we have adopted
the Yellow Wrapper, tne only genuine. Sold la
Pittsburg and guarantees issuea
cor. Smlthfieldand Liberty su.
Tbe Great Indian. Remedy.
Promptly and permanently
cures all forms of Aermia
ma&rrAax. Imvotcncy ail
all tltcf of Jlnua or Ex
tettu.Betn prescribed over
Z5 years in thousands of
cases; Is tho only HtUabU
and. Ilonett Medicine knoien.
Ask druggist for Wood'J
Tir' n,A A4i pnoapnoDlirx: If he offers
...rtiii.ii .,iiiTilnplaceof this, leave his
trmti worthless rnedlcin- f-. ,,.,, ,nd . ,,,
m hone,t store. InrloseR?" 'nJ awew'u
dhrretnrnmalt. Pj?Si0? JJ'I-Allh
IM,.. .&iAd envelope. stamps. Address
plain Vffj-CUEMIUAI. CO
TH 181 Woodward avenue. Detroit. Mlcb--SoId
17-51-eodwk 412 Market street.
'I will send (sealed)
&REE the reclpj
tat made a man ot
me. It cannot fall to
cure Varicocele. Los; Viaor and all results of Indis
cretions or excesses. Address with stamp, TVJI.
BTJTX.EK, Box 147. Marshall. Mich.
the wonderful remedy.
Is sold with a written
ouarantee to cure all
nervous diseases, such
as Weak Memory. Loss
of Brain Power, lies
Lost Manhood, Nlgbl
ly Emissions, Nervous
ness. Lassitude, all
drains and losa orpoir-
BEVOaX A5Z ATXXS rSQTO-
r of the Generative organs In either sez caused M
jrer exertion, youthful errors, or excessive nse oi
lobaccu, opium or stimulants which soon lead to
Infirmity. Consumption and Insanity. Put np con
venient to carry in vest pocket. Slperpackageby
nail; 6 for li. With every 35 order wegtve a ipntfas
Address 2"erYe) Seed Co.. Caleac.' IJ1
I For sale la PlttsDnrs Dy Jos. Flonung
i bob. aruggisis, uu ttaa tu auuxes IVj