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'SENT FOR THE SISTER,
Unusual rroceedins Against a Pa
rochial School Teacher.
PUCKERED LIPS CAUSE TROUBLE.
L'erbsrt Uilner Wants to Contest His
TAB M.AVS OP TUB COO.NTI COURTS
A larse number of cases were disposed of
in Judge Stowe's branch of the Criminal
One unusual occurrence was the issuing
of a process for the arrest of a Sister of
Charity. She is Sister JT. Julienne, a
teacher in the parochial school at "West
T&rentum. She is charged with assault and
battery on Peter Dohmen, the 0-year-old
Eon oJEdward Dohraen, who made the in
tormation against her. It is al
Jcced that on XoTember 2 she as
saulted the child at the school
bv pushing him down stairs and also stiik
itSj him on the head and injuring him so
set crelv he had to be carried home. She
cave 5300 bail ior court, and the grand jury
lound a true bill against her. Yesterday
Ihc case was on the list for trial, but she did
not rut in an appearance. As is usual in
such cases a process was issued for her ar
rest, and she will be brought in by adeputy
Tuckered iJp Her Lips.
The jury is out in the case of Carl Linn,
of Jlontponiery avenue, Allegheny. Mr.
Xinn is a merchant and is charted with as
taultinc Mrs. Ida Thiison. She was in his
tmploy and alleged he tried to assault her.
Ue denied this, and said he only kissed her,
she having "puckered" up "her lips and by
so doins invited him to hiss her. She told
her husband and the suit was brought.
Thomas Jackson pleaded guilty to enter
ing a building with ielonious intent and
was sentenced three years and ten months
to the penitentiary. On last Thursday
Jackson as caught coming out of Klopfer
Bros.' clothing store on Smithfield street,
with a quantity ot clothing. Two of his
companions escaped when he was arrested.
He was locked up, indicted, and yesterday
sent to the penitentiary.
Paul Luck pleaded guilty to the larceny
sf f 165 Irom Franz Luck, of Saw Mill alley.
He as sent 18 months to the workhouse.
Acquitted of Minor Charges.
Henry McCurry was acquitted of atjera
Tated assault and" battery on John G. Lonjr,
of Harrison township. A. E. Walker Has
acquittfd of pointing firearms at W. T
Itred, of McKeesport.
D. F. Brou n pleaded guilty to defraud
ing D. H. McMinlle, a saloon keeper. He
ras sent three months to jail.
IT TJt.Vlnn-inh Inr lllP IftrftftnV flf tools
from t!.e Braddock Wire Company, was )
tent ten days to tne worcnouse.
Xicl olas'Malech was acquitted of assault
and battery on Katharine Eusie, of Alle
gheny John Foley, of the Eleventh ward, was
ccquitted oi assault and battery on Mike
J. E. Smith, of Homestead, was acquitted
of keeping a ferocious dog.
John Sivel pleaded cuilty to illegal
liquor selling in Forward township. He
was fined ?350 and was sent thrte months
tc the workhouse.
IHDICTED FOE MTJBBEB.
The Grand Jury Keturns a True
Acsinst D. J. McVrilllams.
The Grand jury made the following re
True bills D. J. JlcWilllams, murder;
William Clark, lobbery; John Hopf, deser
tion: Paul Luck. Tlio nas Jackson, Dick
Slack, llarrv Smith, John Connors, Joseph
Minion. larceny; II. A. Dorespike,
Mike McLausrulin, embezzlement; Will
iam Hif-ev assault: J. W. Johns
ton, Ilenrv E. Taylor, Thomas
AVinfield, Vt llliam Mazet, assault Rnd bat
tery; Charles and Emma Keppert. Etta
Aiken, Thomas Marra, William Koach, M.
Solkovitz, maliciou- rmscbici: 1. Piolie,
inise pretense: Jacoo boiotron, Castlo
Blainer, Andiew Mattel. Sloan Xaulder,
Conrad Weit-Ie, illegal liquor selling; il.
Goldstrom, laiceny by bailee.
Ignored blils-Tinccnza Coloni, Thomas P.
lukeuell, laiceny; Barney Vogel, keeping a
OKLY GETS FIVE BOLLAES.
"Why Herbert Milner Is Contesting His
Dead Grandmother's, A ill.
Herbert Milner yesterday filed in the
Register's office a cr.veat protesting against
the admission to probate of any document as
the will of his grandmother, the late Mrs.
Theresa Milner, of Pittsburg.
Shortly aflerwara the will was filed with
the Begister. It is dated December 6, 1892,
and gives the entire estate cf Mrs. Milner
for life to her daughter, Maria Tiber. At
the death of the latter the property is to be
sold and the proceeds divided amongseveral
relatives. Herbert Miluer, the contesting
grandson, is given 55.
TTant the Company Dissolved.
A bill in equity was filed yesterday by S.
A. Steel and others against A F. Keating,
J. C Eaiston and others. The parties are
rhareholders in the AVilkinsburg Oil and
Gas Company. It became Insolvent and
unahl" to pay its debts and the plaintifft
paid them out of their private fends. They
now want a settlement with the defendants
for their share and a dissolution of the com
pany. Poisoned Toy Insulated Tires.
Attorneys A. & "W. A. Blakely yester-
dry commenced a suit for damages by Adam
Shifter asainst the btandard Underground
Cable Companv. Shiffer was in the employ
of the defendant company and alleged that
he had been poisoned, his nervous svstem
shattered and his sight destroyed by bi
tulphide of carbon used in the paint with
which insulated wires were painted.
To-Day's Trial Lists.
Criminal Court Commonwealth, vs Mal
vin Shaffer, Thomas Campbell. William
Landers. Jennie Martin, Rachel Taylor,
Albert King, August Goldstrom. S. II. Col
lins, C C. AValker, Christian Hump, Jake
Oulkelslrr. Jacob Somber?. William F.
Crooks, William A. Derry, William Barrett,
George Turner (2), James Mercer (2), Igna
tius Strumpo, Ancoma Chido, A. F. Chew,
Joseph Matthews, George Dutch, Robert
Kohler, George Weber, Patrick Murray (4),
1'eterFord, Peter Knuff, Frank ltoss, Lizzie
Johnston, John Horing, Marr Putnam,
Eichard Mack, Henry Smith, John Connors,
Joseph Maninn, William Clark.
Common Pleas J'o. 3 Milligan ts Re
formed Frcsbyteiian Congregation, NcCaul
ley v Pennsylvania Railway Comp iny.
Wolf ts Fortcr, Redder ts Porter. Xceien
ts Pittsburg, McK'-esport andloughioihony
Railroad. McKcnr.edy vs Kennedy, Dennis
ton ts Home Lt:e and Investment Com
pany. Common Pleas Iso. 2 Allen ts Wockley,
DIcken ts Bailey, Till vs Bradberry.
Karns tb Pullman Palace Car Company,
Kent & Lashell ts Sparks & Mattion. Cain
va Laii renco et al. W rasse i s Citizens' Trac
lion Company, Kane ts EagloTrf. Company,
Oliitz & Sons ts Hitc. Lecchbunr Foundry
and Machino Company ts Jennings Bros. &
Common Fleas ?,o. 3 Trauerman & Bro.
tb Faulkober, Bailey is Dicken, Clow vs
Pittsburg Traction Companv, Dunlevv ts
Braddock and Tnrtle Creek Company. "Mnr
rihyT Dickon, Bailey & BolerTS DIcken,
TMckoon -vs Dicfccn, Holmes,ue,Ts Kay Bros.
A Co., Jackman ts Waymau, Rosenthal Ts
The Hum of tho Courts.
A.TZRDIOT for the plaintiff was taken by
agreement in the electment suit of J. G. A
Frees against O. Brengiuger.
Ajroir-surrwas entered against tho plain
tiff yesterday in the caso of Charles Depew
against J. W. McKeo to recover a commis
sion. A sxw suit was entered against the plain
tiff In the case of M. Qartman against the
Pittsburg Incline riane Company for dam
ages for injury to proporty.
X rtTrrios was flled yesterday for a writ
of habeas corpus to sccuie the release of H.
V. Smith from tho workhouse. Ho WS com
mitted for disorderly conduct.
A execution was issued yesterday by
Lewis McMnllen, trusteo. nz.iinst C. "V.
Sheriff, dolnc business as tho Sheriff JIanu
lecturing Compiuy, tor $S,TS S3
A vet.diot for tho deiendant was given
restorday in tho case of M. Meredith against
W. F. Sunderland, an action for damages for
injuries caused by a Jail from an overloaded
A how -surr was entered against the plain
tiff in the case or II. B. Zthnlser against the
Grocers' Snpplv and Storaso Company, an
action to recover tor books allowed to have
A VEitDiOT or $20 lor the plaintiff was given
yestorday in the case or the New Texas
Cornet Band against Charles V. Geisler, an
action to recover tho value of sonio musical
LrTTERS or administration on the estate of
the late Damas Lutz. the Allezlieny brewer,
were Issued yesterday, no will havimr been
made. The lotters were issued to nis son,
Anton Lutz, who filed a bond In tho sum of
Tnx suit or Thomas Jones against Jacob
Pfeil for damages for Injuries is on trial
before Judge McClung. It is alleged that
the plaintiff, who is a 9-year-old boy, was
sent by the defendant to clean a vicious
horse. The horso kicked and severely in
M'KEESPORT'S POISON MYSTERY.
Doctors Strango Eetlcence Until the Death
or Their Little Patient.
McKeesport, Dec. 13. Special On a
farm near Latrobe, M. A. Guthrie lived
with his wife and son, Joseph. Guthrie
was a civil engineer, quite wealthy and
highly respected. He died four years ago,
leaving the bulk of his 50,000 estate to the
son, then a little child. In the event of
the child's death the property was to revert
to the widow. Soon after the death of
Guthrie the widow removed to Latrobe,
and in a little while the boy's health began
to fail. For a change of climate the mother
took the little fellow to Canada. When
the child first began to fail a Dr. Donnelly
was called to treat him, but the case seemed
to crow worse. A vear ago the mother and
son returned to this city. Here the child
was still ailing, and Dr. Knox was called
in consultation with the physicians who
had treated him at Latrobe. Again the
child was taken away, this time to Califor
nia, and last Thursday he died near Los
Angeles at the age of 5 years.
It is now alleged that the doctors, prior
to the removal of the child to California,
came to the conclusion that his sicknees
was due to poison, and the matter will be
made the subject of official inquiry. Mrs.
Guthrie with the body of the child will ar
rive here Saturday. There is no reason
given why, if the physicians called in the
case knew the child was suffering from
poison, thev did not make the fact known
then instead of waiting until after the boy's
JAY GOULD'S INTENTIONS.
Now Thought He Meant to Leave a Million
for a Training School.
Nzw York, Dec 13. SpeciaL Al
though Jay Gould bequeathed his entire
fortune to bis immediate family, and made
no provision in his will for any sum to be
set aside for an institution of any sort,
either charitable or for the advancement of
education, science or art, there seems to
have been ground for the supposition that
it was his intention, at one time at least,
to devote a portion of his estate to aid
young men in securing a classical educa
tion. His will, as offered for probate, men
tions nothing of the matter, yet it is stated
thst he made known his intention of ap
portioning no less than 51,000,000 in trust
for the endowment of a training school or
preparatory academy, which should be the
first step in a university course.
In order to learn the truth of the report a
Dispatch reporter to-dav called upon
Mr. McCracken, of the Sew York Uni
versity, at his residence. Mr. McCracken
absolutely refused to be interviewed when
the object of the visit was make known.
He would not, however, state positively
whether or not he bad any knowledge that
such a document now existed or ever had
been seen bv him.
When pressed as to whether he had
known such an intention having been ex
pressed in writing or verbally by Mr.
Gould, the chancellor replied: "I do not
wish at this time to nnng nn or uiscuss me
subject of Jay Gould's intended bene
factions." SNAP SHOTS AT LOCAL HEW3.
Bcilpiso Is.sPECTOit J. A. A. Bitow?f is a
candidate for school director in the Eleventh
There were four nowcaesof scarlatina
and the same number or diphtheria leported
to the Bureau of Health yestciday.
U-rrr Cocj.cn. Xo. U, D. of L., will give its
ninth anniversary dance in New Turner
Hall, Soutll.Thiitecnth street, January 20.
Jons Browt., of South Eleventh street, had
his shoulder broken by being causht in the
elevator at the Eosenbauin building where
he was emploi ed.
Woiut has been commenced on sinking
test w ells at Six-Mile Island, ir sufficient
water can bo secured to supply Allegheny a
numboi of wells will be put down.
Johx McClarrev, at one time a well-to-do
florist of Allegheny, was arrested for sleep
in" in a stable on Monday nicht. His case
was turned overto the Department ot Chari
ties. A conoKER's jury rendered a verdict of ac
cidental death ycsteiday in the case of
Thomas Graham, an employe of the Pan
handle Railroad, n bo was struck bv a train
and killed at Willow Grovo on Monday.
Mahonlngtnwn The Pittsburg and Lake
Erie depot. Tho buildinjj. a two-story frmo,
was also occupied bv Agent Albeit Tor
rence and family as a dwelling. Iioss to the
railroal companv, $2,000; to Asont Torrenco,
about $500. Origin, a spark from a passing
Cincinnati Fire broke out simultaneously
on three floors of the Fourteenth district
school building. The 1,000 pupiU became
panic stricken. A dozen wuie injured, none
seriously. Most ot the books and the cloth
ins of tho children in tho closets was mined.
Virginia, Xev. In the old ore slopes of tho
fnncnlirtnted California and Virginia mines.
a Are which has been burning since ISSi has
now hurst forth so fiercely that all uorK on
two levels has been abandoned.
Wilkesbarre A barn and other buildings
on tho inrm of J. K. Meshopp6ii. Twenty
five bead of cattle, three horses and one oo t
peiihed. IiO'S, estimated, $10,000. Origin
attributed to inceniliaiism.
Asburv Park The law offlco of State Sen
ator Henry Terlinne, adjoining bnlldlnss
and the butcher shop and larco bakery or
Chris Gel ha ns. An overturned stove caused
the blaze. Loss, 500,000.
Tiffin A large tonement, owned by Will
iam Kimball and occupied by Amos Walter
and William Sclimecr. Loss, about il,600;
Youngstown A largo stock barn on the
farm ot C. W. Andrews. Loss, $5,000; partly
Baltimore Alexander Brown's waro
hone and 18,000 bales of cotton. Loss,
Llndon, O J. G. Walter's sawmill and
chop feed mill. Loss, $3,000; no insurance.
Totio, Japan Six hundred native houses.
BOOH and boardlng-lionso keepers, why
have vacancies? A few small ads In tho
cent-a-wora colnmns of TUE DISPATCH
will send yon tenants.
Albums, Albums, Albums.
Just received, tlio latest novelties in this
Hue, in leatliur, plush and hard wood back.-?,
li.indomely ornamented. Just the thing
for Sums prosents. See thorn at J. W.
Grove's. Filth avenue.
rrarECT action and perteot health result
toui tho use of Do Witt's Little Early itlaora. .
IL perfect little pUL Yery small: veryiurt
' WQETH A GUINEA A BOX."
the seat of
a great bus
mi n 4 an! made there. They
'BILL.2& a specific for all
Iocs Disorder arising from Weak 5
StomacI:, Impaired Disrcrtlorj.DlP-J
h . . 'r mm nrl nil 17nin1 T
- ..-.-. .
! THEY ARE COVERED WITH A TASTELESS
V MU OULUDLt UUH1W1UI
O .. .1 j !. Y)!.Akf .... n t.nv
5 New York Depot, -6 Canal St.
We own columns of space
in the best papers within shop
ping distance of Pittsburg, and
offer advertisers the benefit of
our wholesale rates. Send for
Telephone No. 1484.
Fresh Air and Exercise.
both, if in
need ot nesn .
and nerve -
force. There's need,too, of plenty
of Cod Liver Oil builds up flesh
and strength quicker than any
other preparation known to sci
ence. Scott's Emulsion is constantly ef
fecting Cure of Consumption,
Bronchitis and kindred diseases
Cohere other methods fail.
Prepared by Scott 4 Bowne.K.Y. AU druggists.
1 Cth. Pnli'i. HnTi .. Rnr Threat. CronD. Influ
easa, 'Whoopinf Cough, Bronchitis aad Asthma.
A certain curs for Consumption in first stages,
and a 6-jre relief in advanced stagea. Use at once.
You -will aee the excellent effect after takin the
tart dose. Soli by dealers everywhere. Largs
bottles 0 cents and $1.00.
LvrraoEE J. A. Kinehart, a merchant,
was thrown from a load of lumber and the
w ason passed OTer him, causing bis death
three hours later.
Caj.to:t Desperate -prisoners at the
county jail set Are to bedding in their cells,
honing to escape. Prompt action saved the
jail and its inmates.
Cahtojt Prof. Altiand, principal of tho
Ea-t Fifth Street School, is chanred with
brutality in Ills punishment or 11-year-old
Frod Haack. The matter -will probably got
into tho courts.
Fiiaxklix An action in trespass was
commenced against tho Eclipso lubricating
oil works by a Mr. Roach, whoso wile and
child! en were bnrned to death in the great
flroand flood in Oil City in June last.
Srr.isoriELi), O. Some person is making a
fortune out of Ohio Southern Railfoad
stock. Four months ago it as selling at 22;
now it is more than doublo that, standing at
47. The boom is duo to tlio Lima extenslou,
wheicby a blioit line to Chicago is made.
Steubeuville George Johnston, a real es
tate dealer of Pittsburg, and owner of tho
Frankfort Spring property, a summer resort
in Washington county. Pa., was in the city
several days ago trying to inteiest Steubeu
Tillc parties in a deal he is trying to cflect
inPittsbuig. Sir. Johnston has secured an
option on 121 acres more, and he Is trying to
otgamzo a stock company to buy the
ground, enlarge the hotel and beautify the
1'OllU rooms will not long be empty if
you adcrtlso them In 1UE DISPATCH
PICKED UP BY THE POLICE,
Jons jEJTLrsojr, aged 12 years, was ar
rested in Allegheny esterday and retnrned
to his i datives at .Cikerstown, Irom whom
he had run anay.
Fraxk. ToM3.sKr. who was committed to
Jail by Alderman Burns for 20 daj s for abus
ing his :ather, was tclcased yesterday, his
wifo paying the fine imposed. Ho went to
tho Alderman's oQlce last nlglit and threat
ened to Mil himself, his lather aud every
other person who opposed him.
"Waste no money,
only good liniment.
Buy Salvation Oil, the
It kilU all pain.
5 I --vjQtrl-s?
fll T7t 'bnIx'i
rf " w ST
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
JL m iOWmvi
SHE .PITTSBURG DJSPATCH, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER
CAN anybody tell us wherein
the benefit is? If you buy a
$9 coat with a $2 present for
$12 wherein are you bene
fited? You pay a profit as
well on the present as on the
coat. Jacksons have never
lost sight of the first great
principle in business never
to give nor take the mer
chant that gives will sitrel
take. This thing of giving
and taking is an old game,
and, as a rule, it reacts on
both. Jackso7is advertise
bargains, and bargains yott
will gel; but the merit of a
bargain is in the goods, not
the toy that is put forth as a
bait. You don't want to be
caught like a fish with
a small bait. We trust to
your good sense. Come in,
examine our lines of Suits
from $10 to $15. See our
lines of Overcoats from $9 to
$15, and we assure you we
will not press you to buy; in
fact, we don't expect you to,
unless you are satisfied that
you will save from $3 to $5
on every purchase at
954 AND 956 LIBERTY ST.
O. D. LEVIS, SOLICITOR OP
331 Fifth nve., next Leador, Pittsburg
Willi Herman Silver Fineer-
bosrd&UnremoTable Bridge. Pat'd.
TONE LIKE A HARP t
To Dealers and Teachers a Sample
$30 Guitar for only $15.
THE0. WOLFRAM CO., Columbus, 0.
for good sugar, coffee and flour.
He 's sure to be up-to-date to keep
fresh, pure goods, for he sells you
the sure test of every grocer's other
goods. 85 million cakes made and
sold last year. If a grocer trys to
sell you any "just-as-good" soaps
look out for his wooden nutmegs.
JAS. S. KIRK & CO., - Chicago.
An Ohio ratlurc.
"Woosteb, O., Dec. 13. Special Wal
lace Mcssncr, a leading drygoods dealer of
Orrville, made an assignment this after
noon to K. S. Urice. . Liabilities, 58,000;
assets estimated ut $7,000.
Toys, Toys, Toys, Toys.
Every imaginable kind? and at prices that
will surprise you for cheapness as well as
the excellent quality. See tuoin before you
buy. J. W. Grove, Fifth avenue.
vP Mil a
Mflftffllffflir iMi-jiiirtlTttiniWMrifci 1 M-Yimno. -.ljiMftuftflM
JOS. HUE I GO.
We offer this morning in
Of Lace Curtains in
small lots of 1 to 4
pairs each, in patterns
. that we cannot dupli-
fling's catc an( must c'osc out
at a. sacrifice.
Qualities included are from the
cheapest to the very finest grades and
there are no better styles in our en
tire large Curtain Stock.
Christmas givers will find only one
more suitable or acceptable gift to a
housekeeping friend than to furnish a
room with handsome Curtains. You
can guess that the exception is Table
Linens. In both these important
Household Departments our big
Holiday Stocks hold out many in
ducements to buyers, of which all
should take immediate advantage.
609-621 PENN AV.
Over 100 Styles to Select From.
But No Fancy Prices.
At Rock-Bottom Prices.
Too numerous to mention. Our
expenses are small and we
can save you money.
Cor. Ohio an! E. Diamond,
T'S putting extra dollars
into your pocket; buying our
clothing. We're the largest
manufacturers buying enor
mous quantities; making single
suits to your measure; no inter
between profits. It's direct
from cloth maker to the wear
er. You get better value and
lower price. Have you seen
the made-to-measure suits, $25?
A fine opportunity to get
overcoats ready to put on.
Have you seen the well-fitting,
at same time moderate-priced
39 SIXTH STREET.
Our 5c paper is the best
Our 7c paper is the finest
Our ioc paper is good enough for
the best of parlors.
Send for samples of these papers,
sent free to any address.
Gt, & O'BRIEN'S
IT AND ILL PAPER STOflL
315 Fifth Avenue,
Four Squares From Court- House.
WAKES PUBLIC PATRONAGE
A SELF-EVIDENT TRUTH RECOGNIZED AT
d 0 IL-JV
But 132 remain of those All-Wool Children's Suits, hat to match, (g QQ
with extra pair of pants, at
To economize you should secure a suit
! OUR GIFT LIST !(
AN AIR GUN, A BLACKBOARD, A RIFLE. A BANJO OR A METALEPJIOHE,
Your choice with every sale of $5 or over in our Children's Department
ECONOMY IS GETTING THE HIGHEST VALUES for the LEAST iGNI
LINEN 2,100 FINE
Cor. Smithfield and Diamond Streets
Are the Lowest
503, 75c, 99c, $1.25, $150 J2.00.
WHOLESALE 111 RETIIL.
433 and 435
406, 408 2nd 410
For the continued Increase of THE
DISPATCH Want Ads is that they
give satisfactory returns.
HssS B H 1 iW 8
YOU WILL BUY
WHEN YOU ARE CONVINCED
Your Interests Are at Stake.
These coats meet 'all requirements in
shape, style and workmanship. Profit by
taking advantage of our stock.
IB1 IR IE IS
IN OUR KLOTHING DEP'T,
An Antiifi Foil TbUb
With every sale of $10 or over.
i wot iw.j mfe F'J "wM I'M
4 f ENN ATENDE. FlTTSBCKO. PA.
As old residents know and back fllai Oi
nttsburz Tjapers prore, Is the oldest estab
lished and moat prominent physician In ths
dtv derotlns specLilattentlon to uli chronla
K8?i: NO FEE UNTIL CURED
5K.-S5 NERVOUS SJUSSSU'te
ca.y. nervous dehilltr, lcfc of onorsv. ambi.
tlonand hope.iinpairedmemory, disordered
sight, self distrust, baslifnlness, dlxzlnosj,
floeplessnos, pimples, emutlons. impoTer
Ished blood, fUlins powors, organlo weak
ness, dyspepsia, constipation, consumption,
nnflttlnc the person forbmlness. nocletyanti
marriage, permanently, sa rely and privately
rfBLOOO AND SKIN ;T0C,J
ernptlons. blotches, fallincliair.bonos, pains
t'landnlar swellin-'?. ulcerations of tiiu
ton-me. month, throat, ulcers, old sores ara
enred lor life, and blood poisons thoroughly
rancements woat bact; Rravol. catarrhal
discharges inlbimmation and other painful
symptoms receive searching treatmonSj
promptrollef and real cuw.
Dr. Whittlor's llfo-lons extensive ejcper!
enco insures scientific and reliable trcat
menton common sens principles. Consulta
tion free. Patients at a dlstancoas carefully
treated as if hore. Office hours. A.s.to i
r. k. Sunday, 10 a. k. to Hi only. UK.
W111TTIEB.8U reniKivunuo. JittsburA li
IDE'S COTTON HOOT
A recent discovery lir n oiit
pliTlrl.in. tiuccestfwlu usei
mutihl bv thmtmi(lof unites.
1 the only perfectly re ami
reliable nudiclre ilIscoTercd.
.i.. In nl.it nf tlilq let Tnf
COOK'S COTTOJT KOOTCOM1-OUKD Me W tub".tl
me, or inclose Jl snrt 6 cents In postage In letter,
indni will send. caied. by rctun. mail. FnU
icaled parUculars la plain euvelope. to laclci onlr.
1 'BSS Vond I.Hy Company,
-soidi HBrtjguauj,,, s S0K
del7-il-eodwt -UI llarvct st.
A enr,e for riles. Tbtternjl, lnUrn.il. Lllnd. Bleed.
Inr and Itching. Chronic. Kccent or Hereditary.
Tld. remedy has positively never been known U
fill, ft aboi 6 for t by mall. A guarantee rlvea
with iU boxes, when pnrcliawd t one tlwc Jo re
ftind the M If not cured. Issued hvI.MII.lj.
STUCKY, llruntlst. Who',ei.le and Ttetall Agent.
Hos.t401 and 1701 Tenn arc. corner ylloave.
and Fclton su. Pittsburg, ra. Use tuekr
Dlarrbaa Cramp Cure. S and Mcts. JaI-eoJ
Physician not needed. I will gladly send (sealrdl CD C C
tovufferersa proniDt.perminnt pnr for LOST I riLL.
TIT1UTT, TlBiroCKLS. XXBTOCS OIXILTrt. UII3SIOSS,
ere. Enlargement certain. Addres wltn mp,
8. & 2CPPAB, epC'ttsnen'3 Quods, Hsnain, JUca.
I 9 -p -ifi
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Jratfw&TiWj mil R 1 Erf IPIM tvL
WEAK MEN, yotjb attenti
IS CALLED T4TU2
TUCK MK TWO! G BE AT EXCLISn T5EMEDT
Gray's Specific Medic
I FYOTJ SUFFER t
icacTwm mm zusx. , . i -. . s
ous Debility. Weakucss of iiodv and 31
tpermatorrliea, and Impotency. and all 01m
that arise from over-Indulgence and self-abus
Loss of Memory and i'owcr. Dimness of VIi
lead to Insanity or Consumption aad aa e
Address OKAY MhDICINE CO.. Bn-Talo. X
TbtSpeclUc Medicine Is sold bv all druggist
II 00 per package, or six packages for S3 00, or
by mall on rcccelpt or money, and
every Jo 00 order y U A K A K TI
a cure or "iy n ..i i i
3-0n account of eonnterfelts. we have ado
the Yellow Wrapper, the onlv genuine, sol
l'lttsburz and guarantees Issued byS. b. lloll:
cor. bmituaeldand Liberty su.
cpttptat.tT"? in all case
quiring scientific and cc
uontiaT treatment. Dr. S.
TnVA r 11 IT P fi. fa thfl .
est and most experienced!
I .1-lt.b tk i w rws o
CUUUtt IU llio ,Afcj vvuou
iAn fraa anil of-ff OttTT
oentlau Omco noursatoiana t io o r
Sundays, 3 ro 4 p. m. Consuls thorn pen
SUIT, or WTlfcO uw.ruua u n ft '. VU4. .l.U
i and FourtU St.. Pittsbnr?, i'a- eie-i
We OGGnpy tbe entire TinililiQii
HENS' AND BOY'S
Clothing on Credit
(Ready-Hade & to Order.)
LADIES' CLOAKS & JACKETS,
Watches & Jewelry,
Gasb Prices Without Security.
TERMS: One-third of tho amount purchased
tut be paid down; the balanca In small
weekly or monthly payments. Basin:
transacted strictly confidential., O -
dally, from 8 A. I
a8A.M.ta9 7.U. Si -
atu U e. i
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