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THE PTTISBURG DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER - 9, 1893.
HOT POPULAR ENOUGH.
THE HAT YOU BET !
The Work of the Local W. C. T. D.
Criticized bjlts Members.
Sores All Over Her Body. Suffering End
less. Doctor Useless, Cured tn 4
Weeks by CuUcura.
A BIYAL TO THE KEELET CURE.
Ashamed of the Head quarters of the Pro
RECEPTION TO RAILROAD EUPLOIES
At a meeting of the W. G X, XT., in the
Smithfield M. E. Church yesterday, Mrs.
JIartin asked: "Where are the Prohibi
tion headquarters in this city? I looked for
them a long time and finally lonnd a little
loom in an out-of-ihe-way place. I was
s shamed of the place and would like to
know what has become of the grand head
quarters we used to have?"
Alter the business meeting had been
called to order the treasurer reported a
balance of 5138 37 in the treasury. In
speakinz of the work of the W. a X, V.
mid the trouble to raise funds, Sirs. Dr.
Pace i-aid that the Union should do some
thing to popularize the work. There were a
thousand and one things which conld be
done. The Sterritt Union had popularized
itself by caring lor neglected women and
children. This was a practical woifc and
tlio speaker thought that tlier shouldeo into
the streets and do something whioh would
jiopulnrizo their work and bring them
money and not forever be Rrumblins about
t lifir "treasury.
Mrs. E. C. Maier made an appeal for help
In belmlf of a reception to be tendered to
JUltiinore and Ohio llailroad employes on
Thursday ot next week In tlie ireteht sheds
t tlie loot or Koss street. This reception Is
to consist of a luncheon to be served all day.
Tlio delegates present assured Mrs. Maier of
their lieaity support and the reception will
no doubt bo a success.
Sirs. Dr. Twins, ol Xew York, who was a
delecnte to tne Denver convention and wno
is on her way home, made a short address,
tcllws of the work done by tho conven
tion. Mrs". K. H. Jones spoke of tlie Keeley cure
and lis pood results, and thought that the
W. C. T. V. should do something toward re
lorinlnir men In this measure. Mrs. Jones
also intimated t! at theiewas one woman
who did not lavor the measure. The name
of this woman was demanded by a delegate,
liut the chair ruled that it would not be
Tight to indulge in personalities.
Another delegate spoke of a euro by a Dr.
Thompson, who not only took awav the
uppctitn for diink but alo attempted to
Hive iren's souls, and all for $30, which was
much less than the Keeley cure.
I lie cnair ruled that tuoy were not aaver
liMnganv particular cure ami advied the
1 legates to inquire into tho Kncley cure so
n- to be able to vote on the subject at the
Mis. Jones said that the practical way to
voik would bo to establish homes where
men might go after they had been saved
One of the delegates thought that as tho
Government granted licenses they shoula
etali)ish the homes.
Mrs. Dr. Turing suggested that ir the Got
t rimient built these homes they would be
Ji'lcd with politicians. TheBmeeting ad
journed without taking any action.
In Olden Times
People overlooked the importance of per
manently beneficial effects and were satis
fied Hltn transient action, but now that St Is
tenerally knon that Syrup of Figs will
3erinaYie"ntlv cure habitual constipation,
wcll-iniomicd people will not buy other
laxatives which act lor a time, but finally
injuie the ! stein.
J"a;t Time CSctween Flttsburj- and
With the opening of the newdouble track,
the ntislmrg and .Lake Erie Railroad will
shoiten up the time of trains between this
citv and Cleveland. Commencing Monday,
Xi.vrmber 11 the Cleveland and Chicago
Just expics will leave Pmsuurg at7:00 a. m.,
Oiitral time, and arrive in Cleveland at
10:55 a. M., onlv tluee hours and 35 minutes,
"here it will liuikn close, connection tor
Chicago, anlving theieut 9 00 P. M. Return
ins. the ta-.t train will leave Cleveland at
l.tO r. si. and arrive at Pitt&burg at 5:15 p. it.
Crockery, Glassn are, and Lamps.
Our entue $GP,000 stock, damaged by fire,
Mater and smoke, must be closed out at
c nee, and ii N a rare chance to got bar
jnius in biic-a-brac, dinner sets, chamber
t, lamps, etc Everything marked away
.on lor this sale, as goods must go to
make loom lor new stock. Come eaily.
T. G. Lvaxs & Co.,
Third and Market.
All laundry woik, domestic finish, at
Oniric- l'leifers Mammoth Xew Laundry.
Tel. I 3fcuilintield streer
TUO lot Federal street, Allegheny.
J:GI I'JIS Carroii street, Southside.
At this reason of tho vonr a stimulant is
on nli-olutu necessity. Mux Klein's Silver
-Vgo ii lecominendcd by physiLians, $150
jier lull quait. Ask for it.
Pi nrncT nction and perfect nealtb result
rom tlien.eo Do Witfs Little Early HUers.
A peilcct utile pilh Very small; very sure
Edward O. Doherty
Of Dover, N. K.
Had No Energy
No Strength, No Appetite,
Could Not Sleep.
1Yli.it H Change Hood's SarsapariUa
r.Hected I !
That miserable tired feeling, nearly
everyone knows, but words fail to properly
Iescr:be it Hoad's SarsapariUa quickly
!rhe it a.-nvand gives vigor, appetite and
"List March 1 w as In a very serious con
dition. My appstite was very poor, my
litrnels in bad shape, 1 had no strength,
rould not sleep even hen I was tired. Ana
hen I would get out of bed In the morning
Jolt mom weary than if I had walked SO
miles. 1 hail no heart for anything; in fact
1 cannot desciibe that miserable tired feel
ing whicli clung to me night and day. I was
ery nei voui and
Life Seemed A Burden.
Lthought I should have togiveup work. A
friend said Hood's SarsapariUa was tho only
medicine which would do me good. Sol
began taking it. I need hardly say,
what thousands have said before, that
Hood's Sursaiarilla worked wonders lor me.
1 am now raking my tilth bottle. It has.
Kivcu mo strength, a good appetite, vigor
and energy lor woik. I sleep well nlzhts,
and instead of waking tired as before, in the
morning I leel thoroughly refreshed and in
tho best of spirits. I short I feel now that
Life is Worth Living,
I am so grateful for the good Hood's Sarea
parllla has aone ine that I feel it my boundon
duty to write this voluntatlly. Tluee of my
lrionds, seeing how much good
lid me, have also begun taking it." Edward
O. Doherty. 7 Chapel Street, Dover. X. H.
Hnod' Pills cure Liver Ills, Jaundice, Bil
iousness, Sick Ileaaacho and Constipation.
Your most valuable Cdticcra Remedies have
done my little rlrl to ranch good that I feel like say
ing this ftr the benefit of those who are troubled
with tkln diseases, bhe was troubled with Itching.
Burning lores, waen i
took her to the doctor
the first time be called It
the Italian Itch, and said
he would core her in two
weeks. When the two
weetswera up be called
It eczema, and la tbat
time she was worse than
before. He doctored her
for three months indshe
was so bad that we did
not know what to do.
He did not do her any
good. I saw the adver
tisement Of CDTICURA
Reuxdies In the paper,
and I said to mv wife.
"I am going to try them.' Mind whatlsav, sbe
was so thick with sores that wa had to soak her
clothes to tike them off. Itch I there was no end to
It, Sbe had It all over ber body, back, legs, arms.
In between ber fingers. Sne did not have It on her
head. Bat after taking your CUTICUBA REME
DIES for two weeks the Itch stopped, and in four
weeks the sores were all gone. I enclose her por
trait. I am more tban pleased with your CUTI
CUBA Remedies, as they speedily cared my
daughter, and if anybody asks me about your reme
dies I will upheld them wherever I go.
CHARLES M. GRONEL.
Conshohocken, Montgomery county. Fa.
Why Suffer One Moment
From torturing and disfiguring skin diseases, when
a single application of the Cuticuba Remedies
will. In the great majority of cases, afford instant
relief In the most agonizing or Itching, burning,
scaly, crusted, pimply, and blotchy skin, scalp, and
blood diseases with loss of hair, and point to a
speedy, permanent, and economical cure.
cold everywhere. Trice. CtmcuBA. 50c: SoAr.
3c: Resolvent, II. PreDared by the Potteb
Deco and Chemical COBporatiox. Boston.
3- "now to Cure Skin Diseases." M
pages, 0 Illustrations, and testimonials, mailed
DADV'O Skin and Scalp purified andbeaatl
DrD I O tied by Cuticuba boAF. Absolutely
PAINS AND WEAKNESSES
Of lemales Instantly relieved by that
new. elrrant. and Infallible Antidote to
Fain, Inflammation, and Weakness, the
ccTictntA anti-Pain Plaster.
A WASTE OF TIME!
To Look Elsewhere for Cloaks Is Simply Wasting Time, as You
Can Buy Them Cheaper of Us Than at Any Other House in the
City. Our Assortment Is Second to None, and We Can Please You
in Every Particular.
OUR PRICES DO THE BUSINESS.
Navy Blue Cloth Reefers, worth
$5- at $3,50
Cloth Reefers, full fur trimmed,
worth 7.00, at....'. $5.00
Cloth Reefers, Astrakhan fur
trimmed, worth 8.50, at. ..$6.50
Cloth Reefers, full seal trimmed,
worth gio.oo, at $7.50
Tan Watteau Pleat Coats, worth
$9- at .'..$6.50
Fine Imported Diagonal Cloth
Reefers, worth $12.50, at. ..$9.50
If You Are Interested in Low Prices You Want to See Our Furs.
151. 153 AND 155 FEDERAL ST.. ALLEGHENY.
IT IS ECONOMY
Use it in the nursery
STOOD THE TEST!
A few days ago some bargain seekers put
our Overcoats to the test compared them
with others they found ours superior and
purchased. This was the result we antici
pated, for we
as we show this season. Gen
tlemen, if you really care to
save $3 to $4, see the stylish
Overcoats we are selling- at
$10, $12 and $15, single and
double-breasted Kerseys, Mel
tons and Cheviots, They're
A special lot of CAPE OVERCOATS,
sizes 2 to 14 years, latest patterns, plain or
kilt back, worth all of $5, but sell at $3.50. A
lot of BLUE CHINCHILLA REEFERS,
very stylish, at $2.75.
CLOTHIERS, TAILORS AND HATTERS,
161-163 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY.
Body Brussels Carpets,
And all kinds of Ingrain Car
pets. Everything new in style,
choice in color. All at
SPECIAL Li PRICES.
Wall Paper in every quality
and style for wall and ceiling.
Special styles in choice colors.
You should see our stock be
fore you buy.
GEO. ft SNIAH,
136 FEDERAL ST.,
ALLEGHENY CITY, PA.
C ractical vatchm&kerand
jeweler. New work done
to order. Low prices a
Cash paid for old gold
541 Smithfield Street.
Cloth Capes, elegantly braided,
worth $18.50, at $10.50
English Newmarkets, with mili
tary capes, worth 18.50, at..$14,50
Misses' All-wool Cloth Reefers,
worth 7.00, at $5.00
Tan Cloth Russian Blouses,
worth S18.00, at $14.50
Children's Eiderdown Walking
Coats, Angora trimmed, worth
Children's Gretchen Cloaks with
long capes, worth $5, at $3,75
To use a condensed milk that is made from the
Purest and Richest Milk to be had. The old
GAIL BQRDEH 'EAGLE' BRAND
Condensed Milk is made from the milk of the
finest breed of cows. The New York Condensed
Milk Co. owns factories in only the best dairy
regions of the United States. Its inspectors visit
all farms and look most carefully after the con
dition of the stock. All milk ab.out which there
is a shadow of a doubt is at once rejected.
Your Grocer and Druggist sell it.
and in the sick room.
never had such splendid values
3 0 1
GREAT SALE OF
A BONANZA FOR
BOARDING HOUSE KEEPERS.
A big purchase, and a big sale.
An importer's stock bought for cash,
and at 20 to 30 per cent under regu
lar prices. They will be sold the
same way for cash and at 20 to 30
per cent below regular prices. Here
are a few of the items that will draw
CREAM TABLE DAMASK.
All linen and imported Scotch goods.
54-inch at 25c, worth 35c
56-inch at 35c, worth 45c.
58-inch at 45c, worth 55c.
69-inch at 50c, worth 75c.
White Table Damasks.
Imported lull Bleach Damasks.
64-inch at 35c, worth 45c.
60-inch at 45e, worth 65c.
64-inch at 55c, worth 70c-
69-inch at 70c, worth fL
70-inch at 87c, worth $1 15.
72-inoh at $1 25, worth 50.
90-inch at $2, worth S3.
68-inch Silver Bleach at 75a
All these items are just as represented.
All linen and the widths are actual meas
urements. 2 SPECIALS IN
WHITE LINEN NAPKINS.
100 dozen at $1 00, worth 51 25.
100 dozen at SI 25, worth $1 50.
TABLE SET BARGAINS.
Each set contains one table cloth
and a dozen napkins.
8-4 Cream Sets $2 00, worth 53 00.
8-12 Cream Sets $2 50, worth 3 50.
2x2 yards White Sets S5, worth $7 50.
These three items have colored borders
and tringed ends. The next two are plain
white and without fringe.
2x2 vards White Sets 13 50, worth 54 50.
2x3 yards White Sets 54 00, worth 54 50.
Then smaller household necessities. We
give a few of them. The first is a startler:
LINEN GLASS TOWELS
At 3c Each.
Some wonderful values in Linen Towels.
We've only space to mention a few of
LINEN DAMASK TOWELS.
100 dozen, 18x32 inch, at 10c, worth 15c.
150 dozen, 22x38 inch, at 15c, worth 20c.
150 dozen, 25x48 inch, at 25c, worth 35c
This last item comes in plain white or
fancy borders, with or without fringe or
LINEN IKMUIll TOILS.
18x36. Hemstitched Huck, 20c; worth 25c.
23x47 Heavy Huck, 25c; worth 35c
' 300 Doz. at 5c Each.
A big lot of Table Padding to put nnder
cloth to protect table. The 65c quality at
45c, 54 inches wide.
Housekeepers! Don't Miss This.
81, 83, 85, 87 and 89 FIFTH AVE.
Beauty . . .
fiT)d . . .
Pms. I. Yale'J
line. M. Yale. Hie celebrated beauty and com
plexion ipeclaliBt, said In ona of her famons leo
tnres on "Beauty and the Complexion:" Young
ladles, remember a pretty face will win for you
loTe, and loe will win Tor you a husband. Mar
ried ladles, remember with the decline of youth
and beautr your husband's love will prow cold.
Youth and beauty Is woman's power. Be on ypur
guard against wrinkles, old atce and ugliness; they
hare broken up many 'happy homes."
LA FBECKLA is the name of Madame Yale's
famous discovery. Itlstheontv Freckle cure In
existence three days Is sufficient In most cases to
effect a cure, and one week where the case Is of
long standing. There are no Freckles on record
that La Freckla will not cure-guaranteed In every
Instance, For Tan and Sunburn Itlsln.tantaneons,
removing It instantly upon the first application.
The most perfect complexion In the world was
obtained by the nse of La Freckla-si per bottle.
Bold at all druggists, shipped from Chicago in
plain wrappers. JIme. Yale's Famous Book,
"Beauty and the Complexion." will be sent free
to any address upon receipt of 8 cents postage.
Ladles may consult line, Yale free of charge by
mall or at the Temple of Beauty In person. Ail
corresDondence strictly confidential.
Benof for Price List of lime. M. Yale's Remedies
for removing Wrinkles, Developing the Bust,
turning gray hair back to Its original color and on
all matters pertaining to Beauty. Mme. Yale is
the only recognized Beauty Scientist, She can
make an old face young again and all women beau
tiful. ADDRESS ALL LETTJSKS J
MME. M. YAllE,
Mail Dapt., Temple of Beauty,
146 STATE ST.. CHICAGO; IIX.
It's the largest in the city without
exception but it's not only a ques
tion of size with the economical buyer
who wants the best goods for the
least money. We won't weary you
with a dissertation on prices, for when
it comes down to real hard cold
figures prices at these stores are
abundantly able to speak for them
selves. Here are a few of the special
good values to be obtained in our Art
Real Eiderdown 1 6-inch Pillows,
covered with imitation pongee and
ruffled all around, at 75c, worth
1.25; same, covered in choicest pat
terns of silk pongee, with silk ruffle
all around, at $1,50, worth J2.00.
16-inch Sofa Pillows, covered in
silkaline, ruffled all around, 35c
each, three for $1.00.
Head Rests or Saddle Bags, two
sides covered in silk, at 48c; same,
covered all over in silk, trimmed with
silk tassels, at 75 C.
Handsome silk-covered Pin Cush
ions, trimmed in lace and ribbons,
rich and pretty, at $1,25, worth
Finest Japanese Silk Throws,
knotted fringe, embroidered in gold
threads, at 8 5c, worth Si. 25.
Silk Scarfs, silk batting end, with
hand painted design and finished in
silk tassels', at only 45 C, prettier
than any sold at 75c
, 24-inch sqnare Jute Velours Covers, rich
in design and almost indestructible throngn
ordinary use, at only $1.25, regular price 52.
CO patterns 32-inch Cotton Pongee at 10c,
well worth 15c.
1,000 yards 32-inch plain and fancy Pon
gee Silk at 50c, worth 75c; all new and de
Handsome Silver Cabinet frames; large
line at only 25c.
100 dozen handsomest painted Vienna
Art Vases, gold handles, at 25c, worth 50c
36-inch ready made Cretonne
Table Covers, fringed all around,
very handsome, at $1,50, worth
Beautiful and almost endless line
of 36-inch square table covers, de
signs tinted in oil, fast colors, lovely
All of the above are genuine bar
gains and they are only a few of the
good things that await your coming
in this, Our Famous Art Embroidery
510, 512, 514, 516, 518 MARKET ST.
1 1 1 1 1 1 1
ri 1 11.1 j. l
Imitators and Brain Stealers
Flourish "now and then," and, as our Ideas
are copied quite freely, we have room tor
more in tho above cage. Ever since our In
troduction to the public of
Jealous and selfish parties, not satisfied by
belntr knocked out by the use of onr tiade
mark to apply to their worthless imitatli ns,
have lately resorted to other catch-penny
names to mislead the public to buy their
wares. More than that have copied our
Advertisements entire. Look out lor them.
VOLTAIC DIAMONDS are lor sale only at
my store. Every stone is warrnittcd to last
by speoial guarantee. Every article has our
ttade-maik stamped on it. They are the
only counterpart of the gennlno diamonds
ever discovered. Send for our illustrated
B. E. AR0NS,
Wholesale and Retail Jeweler,
65 FIFTH AVE.
MONKEYS, PLEASE COPT THI8 "AD."
THE ONLY REASON
For the continued increase of THE
DISPATCH adlets is that they give
AT EMBRQ DEHY
THAT'S IT !
The attention of the thousands who
have won and lost hats on the election
is called to our special
ELECTION HOT -
At $2.50, $3 and $3.50,
It being the most stylish and popular
hat now before the public and equaling
in quality anything offered elsewhere for
50 per cent more money.
THOSE WHO PREFER DERBYS
Should Remember That We Have the
GENUINE CDOKSEY AND CHRISTIE HftTS.
The best English Stiff Hats, sold every
where at $5 and $6,
You see, we have THE styles and our prices are away below those of ex
FIFTH AVE. AND
WE MEAN IT.
AND WE ARE DOING THE BUSINESS,
THIS INK IS MANUFACTURED
J. HARPER B0NNELL CO.,
WELL BRED, SOON WED." GIRLS WHO USE
ARE QUICKLY MARRIED. TRY IT IN YOUR NEXT
SUCH WONDERFUL VALUES.
THE FINEST SHOES
$2.00, $2.50, $2.90 and $3.00..
FOR LADIES AND GENTS EVER SHOWN
EVERY SIZE. EVERY WIDTH.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
W. M. LAIRD,
433 and 435 ,
OUR PRICE $4!
Consult your interests by getting our
prices before -looking elsewhere.
average dealer whether he means
We are showing an immense assort
ment of the best Furniture in the
market Wp are naming.prices that
are easy and making terms that are
406. 408, 410
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