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TEN TEAR'S ENDEAVOR
Of a Faithful "Woman Rewarded in
the Pardon of James Dunlap. x
HER LATE EUSDAKD'S DTING WISH
Was to Eecurctlie Liberation of the Friend
Whom Te I.'ad I uined.
A KIXG PLACED ON HIS PAL'S F1NGEE
Bostok, Dec. 2a AfterU rears, lacking
two davs' confinement, James Dunlap left
the Charlestown State prison to-day a free
man. He was accompanied by Mrs. Mary
Scott-Rowland and George Abbott James,
liis warmest friends. If is mainly to the
indomitable will and perseverance of Mrs.
lion-land thai Dunlap owes his release.
It was 15 years ago New Year's Day
when Donlap and Robert C Scott entered
the prison to serve out a sentence of 20
years. Scott lived but a few years and
died in prison. "When Scott was slowly
dying, he made a will, leaving to his wife
many mementoes for friends and relatives.
Among these was a cameo ring which he
asked her to place on the finger of James
Dunlap, his accomplice, on the day of the
latter's liberation, for Scott always regarded
Dunlap as his pupil in crime one for whom
lie was himself morally responsible and
he besought his loving wife to take upon
herself the solicitude of a sister for the man
lie had wrongly influenced, and labor un
tiringly aud resolutely for his pardon.
Ten Years of Unccaslns Endeavor.
That was nearlv ten vears a;o, for it was
In April, 18S2, that Scott, weighed down by
Ills shame and the urospect of years of
prison life, died of a broken heart of con
sumption, the phvsician's certificate said.
And through all tlie intervening years, this
trust from her contrite husband, although
ehe has since remarried and is now living in
another State, Sirs. Scott-Rowland has
never for one moment forgotten. During
all these years she has labored to this end,
importuning obstinate uovernors ana
Councillors, and securing the aid of in
fluential men. The culmination of her
labors was her happiness to-day.
Almost as soon as Dunlap's pardon was
granted yesterday, Mrs. Rowland was tele
graphed to in Xew York. She at once has
tened to .Boston and went to the State
House, where she was given the official
papers according the release of the now
Inmous prisoner. This is an unusual pro
ceeding. The papers are usually sent to
the Warden through the mail, but in this
case they were held back, the Governor
thinking that the woman who had worked
so hard for these papers would esteem it a
privilege to be permitted to bear them to
The Prisoner Receives Ills Freedom.
It was 9:30 o'clock this morning when she
arrived at Warden Lovering's house, and,
entering, hauded him the official envelope,
"Here's the paper."
The Warden unfolded the bulky docu
ment and read it. It was the first official
announcement of the pardon that he had
received. The Warden went to Dunlap and
"Jim, yonr pardon has been granted."
The prisoner betrayed no emotion. He
received the news by simply bowing his
bead, and remarking:
"Well, I'm glad it has come at last."
He went to work, as usual, this morning
end remained at his post until an officer ap
prised him that his "labors there were over
and told him to dress. While Dunlap was
preparing to leave, Mrs. Bowland was in
troduced to the squad of reporters who
weie in the Warden's office.
"I don't know that I have anything to
say, gentlemen," she remarked "I think
I have said about all I care to."
When Dunlap walked into the rotunda,
Mrs. Rowland rushed across the room with
extended hands and face beaming with de
light. Dunlap appeared to be dazed as he
grasped the outstretched bands. With
tear-dimmed eyes he thanked her.
Words Too Teeblo for His Gratitude.
"lam too much overcome," he said, "to
give proper expression of my gratitude for
your eflorts in my behalf. It is true that
iny time was nearly up, but it is, none the
less welcome to me; and to vou, dear
friends, who have worked so Hard for me, I
am glad that you find so much satisfaction
in knowing that your eflorts were not ended
in vain. To this" dear woman I owe much,
and I will try and repay, as far as possible,
Dunlap then sat down, overcome by his
emotion. Then came one of the most pa
thetic incidents of the morning. Mrs.
Bowland opened her pocketbook, and tak
ing the ring out, said to Dunlap:
"Mr. Dunlap, my mission is fulfilled. If
it was 50 rears instead of 15, I would have
worked ith as much energy. I had about
given up hope, but I meant to be true to
the promise I made to my dying husband."
Then she reached for his right hand and
placed on the third finger a plain gold ring.
When this was done she gave way to a flood
of tears. She composed herself a moment,
and then the trio were escorted into the
olerk's office, where papers were duly
signed and Dunlap formally released from
Dunlan was one of the men apprehended
of the gang of bank robbers who abstracted
over ?1,GOO,000 in securities from the
Northampton Bmk, January 27, 187G. One
M the men turned State's evidence, -implicating
Dunlap. He is now 50 years of age.
LEFT HIS CHU&CH AND HAEE1ED.
Defection or the Secretary of Bishop
Kt-anc, of the Catholic University.
Washington. Dec. 29. There is a de
cided commotion in P.oman Catholic Church
circles here over the defection of Merwin
Marie Snell, private secretary to Bishop
Keane, the rector of the Boman Catholic
University and lecturer upon comparative
religion in that institution. Dr. Snell is a
young man of remarkable scholarship,
author of various books on religious sub
jects, and a frequent contributor to the
church reviews. His works have always
breathed the deepest loyalty to the Boman
Catholic laith, and his most recent books
ended with the declaration that if any word
mother church it must De cousidered nil.
By his own choice, alter deep delibera
tion, Dr. Snell has cut loose from the creed
which he had espoused when beginning his
scholarly career, and declared his allegiance
ended. Tnerc was a little romance in the
manner of his leave taking, too, for it was
first made known by the announcement of
his marriage. On Christmas eve Dr. Snell
was married to Minnie Gilbert Sprague, the
youngest daughter of a Presbyterian clergy,
man here, and the ceremony was performed
by Bev. J. G. Bankin, the Congregational
l'resident of the Howard University.
"This step excommunicated me from the
Catholic Church, ipse facto," said Dr. Snell
last night. "I do not anticipate any formal
excommunication from the powers that be.
My decision was made at the point where
my study of religion made it possible for
me to no longer remain an honest communi
cant of the Boman Catholic Church."
Visitors to the World's Talr
Will be Interested to know that they can
now secure rooms In a first-class Chicago
hotel, and at reasonable rates. Provision is
made for those who may be unable to go to
Chicago on the date for which they engaged
accommodations. In feet, everything has
bean arranged for comroit of in tending trav
elers. For particulars address Bun ton Bros.,
6433 ilyrtlo avonue, Chicago.
Special China Sale.
To-day and Saturday only we will sell all
our odd and end Haviland and fiance plates,
teas and A. D. coffees at 15c each. We will
have four tables in the front of store to se
lect from, at C Beizensteln's, 130 to 158 Fed
eral street, Allegheny.
MANY TIMES A DESERTER.
Incidents Enough in a Boston Criminal's
iare to Fill Any Biography A Soldier
of Two Rations and a Sailor on Every
Boston, Dec 29, Confined in jail is a
man whose history reads like a romance.
Although but 29 years of age, he has seen
nearly the whole world and been through
many exciting and trying adventures. His
right name is George William Bichardson,
but he is now under arrest on the charge of
larceny under the name of Harry Kelly.
According to his story he was born.in San
Fraueisco. When about 12 years old he
shipped on a merchant vessel as fireman
going to Hong Koug, where he left the
ship. From there he drifted to India and
Australia, thence to New York and later Jto
London. As a stowaway he went to Egypt,
returning to London and then to New York
At the latter place Jie enlisted in the
navv, going to the South Pacific station.
Tn 6 years of his life were spent in plying
along the coast up to Callao. One day, for
disobeying the rules, he was placed on a
lonely island known as Sandy Point, and
from there beat his way to San Francisco
br stowinir awav on a small mail boat.
After that he eulisted in the Sixty-ninth
Infantry, Prince of Wales' Regiment, was
court martialed and sent to Cairo, thence
to India, and afterward to Cork City, where
he deserted the English army.
Coming again to Boston, he enlisted in
the United States army, deserted, joined
the navy, and deserted lrom that. He again
enlisted" in the marine corps, but deserted
at Norfolk, V.i., on account of trouble with
an officer. For this latter desertion he was
arrested and served a term in the Charles-
town navy yard prison. After serving his
sentence he shipped on a vessel for Yoko
hama as fireman, finally working his way
back to Boston, where two years ago he was
sentenced to prison for housebreaking.
This sentence he served out, but since his
liberation he has again been caught thiev
ing, and this last charge against him is for
the theft of shoes from a North End store.
He was sent to the house of correction for
tour months, from which he appealed, but
he claims that next week he will withdraw
his appeal and take his sentence.
A DEN OF SMUGGLERS IS BOSTON.
Federal Officers Xoslns for Illicit Oplnni
Light Upon a Find. '
BOSTON, Dec. 29. The inspectors of the
Treasury Department believe that they
have discovered a smugglers' rendezvous in
Boston. They have known for some time
that a good deal of opium has been coming
into Boston on which no duties were paid.
A sharp watch was set, and as a result an
arrest was made this morning which the in
spectors regard as likely to lead to the ar
rest of others.
The person arrested is one Simeon
Hatheiu, proprietor of the Central Vermont
Hotel, and the charge against him is the
concealment of 230 boxes of opium, valued
at 52,250. The opium, the Inspectors say,
is in boxes containing a half pound each,
and not a box has paid a cent of duty.
Mathieu was taken before Commissioner
Fiske this forenoon soon after his arrest,
and was held in 2.500 for a hearing to-
morrow. He pleaded not guilty.
THE POPULAR TKE3IONT.
J. McGonnell's Fino Diamond Sqnaro
There Is probablv no moro popular hos
telry in the two cities than tho Tremont
Hotel, Kos. 31. 32, 33 Diamond square. This
lintel has been in successful operation since
1S7L But under tho management of the
present genial proprietor It has been thor
oughly refurnished and lemodclcd, making
its office, readinc rooms, cafe, bar room,
dining rooms, both public and private, all
on the ground floor, whilo above are mag
niQcently furnished parlors for ladies, and
many connecting rooms en suite, intended
for families or private supper parties. The
hotel is a fine four-story structure, 50x150
lect in dimensions, and contains 110 looms,
each room having a Are escape, andean ac
commodate 150 guests. The rooms are light,
large and airy, furnishedjstrictly first class,
supplied with natural gas for light nndhent,
electric annunciators, and all modern con
veniences. Tho table will he always sup
plied with the best that thoAiarket affords.
Terms are at the low rates of $1, $1 25, $1 50
per day. Special terms are made to the
theatrical prolession and the house is open
day and night for the accommodation of tne
The best of everything in men's overcoats
and ulsters at one-half former prices. P. C.
C. C, corner Grant and Diamond streets.
All our $13 overcoats and ulsters for
men at $ 5 00
All our $15 overcoats and ulsters go
for 7 50
All our $18 and $20 overcoats and ulster
go lor 9 00
All our $25 and $30 overcoats and ulsters
go tor 1! 00
1,000 pairs or men's striped pants, worth
$3. at 1 39
1,000 pairs ot men's drc-s pants, north
S3, at t 2 50
P. C. C. C, lothiers,
Corner Grant ana Diamond streets.
There is probably no city of importance in the world that can show
such rapid and wonderful growth as Chicago since its destruction by
fire. To-day its population is about 1,200,000. Mr. Peter Van Schaack,
one of the leading merchants of that city said in conversation, that a
large number of his personal friends, as well as scores of representative
men throughout the Northwest with whom he had conversed upon the
subject, had found St. Jacobs Oil a pain-curing and healing remedy of
the most extraordinary efficacy. It is the Great Remedy for Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Backache, Bruises, Burns, Swellings etc.
(A copy of the " Official Portfolio of the World's Columbian Exposition," beautifully
illustrated, in water color effects, will be sent to any address upon receipt of 10c. in postage
stamps byTB Charles A.Vogeler Co-Baltimore, Md.)
ALL MUST BE SOLD.
No holiday goods will be carried over. Commencing Tues
day morning, December 27, we will give
33 1-3 PER CENT
Off the dollar on our already well-known low prices.
Come early and secure first choice.
151, 153 AND 155 FEDERAL ST., ALLEGHENY.
Tor tea, coffee and chocolate use nndilpted. It's better than cream.
THE CENUINE j
Extract of Malt
.is the Malt of
all the HALTS.
A Delicious Table Beverage".
Purchasers are warned against impost
tlon and disappointment. Insist upon tta
Genuine," which must have the signature Cx
"JOHANN HOFF" on the neclt label.
Friday, Dec 30, 1892.
JOS. K0RNE & CO.
Misses' Long Cloth Newmar
kets, Beavers and Cheviots, in
dark and light colors, 11 and 16 ,
years sizes, that have been $10,
And those that have been $20
Misses' Beefer Jackets, in light
colored fancy cloths, sizes 12, .
14 and 16 years, that have been '
f G 50, are now
Misses' Beefer Jackets, in navy
bine cheviot and light novelty
cloths, 14 and 16 years sizes, that
were 58 50 and 510, are now
Misses Cashmere School
Dresses, in grays, tans and
blues, braid trimmed, sizes 6 to
12 years, that have been 510,
Boys Dark Blue Cheviot Beef
erj, with Astrakhan Collars,
that were ?G, are now
An odd lot of Lawn and Nain
sook Gamp Waists, 2 to 12
years sizes, at 75c, reduced
from 51 50, and at 51, reduced
JOS. HORNE & CO.
609-621 PENN AYE.
feR Li A fl
Ijjgl W -I M- i
U2gw tv- fWI
TOErfiXTR i ff
fANivuierTX 1 iAl
Pic-nicking, fishing or hunting? If
so; will not fail to appreciate the
advantage of taking along a" supply
GIJL BORDEN 'EAGLE'BRIHD
Condensed Milk. It is most deli
coffee, tea, chocolate and
numerous summer drinks. For
30 years the leading brand.
' Your Grocer and Druaaist sell it.
A War Veteran-
"At Gettysbnrir my ankle was smashed by
a bullet. The wound has caused mo great
suffering-, breaking out
in terrible sores at in
made wq amputations.
At last my blood he
came poisoned and
sores broke outAll over
my face and body. One
day I read about Hood's
Sarsaparilla and de-'
elded to trv it. Soon'
my wife, in dressing BIr' Hammond,
my leg, said the wound looked better and in
a few months, thank God, the sores all over
my body healed, and now fonr years later,
have never shown any signs of reappear
ing." Geo. M. Hahmond, 219 Magnolia St.,
Syracuse, K. T.
Hood's :r. Cures
when all other remedies fail.
HOOD'S FILLS are purely vegetable, and
do not purge, pain or gripe.
THE WORLD-WIDE FAME OF
As a perfect cure for all forms of
Is earned alone by its intrinsic merit in correcting
all diseased conditions of tbe skin. In Eczema,
Tetter. Scald Head, and all Itching, scaly and
Ichorons disorders, wblch otber remedies have
failed to relieve. It acts like a charm, allaying Im
mediately the Irritation, and healing eflectu ally the
diseased action therein, w ithout the aid of Internal
Frico 50 Cents per box.
Sold by Druggists, or sent by mail. Bend for
"Hints for Kitcen and Sick Room," Fres,
- JOHNSTON, nOLI-OWAY & CO.,
31 Commerce Street, Philadelphia.
HE WALL PAPER MERCHANT
sells the best,
QoeA Papers 3 & 5c, Gold Papers
8 & Vdc. Washable Tile Papers 85c.
Wood Str. and 6. Ave., Pittsburg, Pa.
14 PENN AVENUE, PITTSBCKQ, PA.
As old residents know and back flies ot
Pittsbure papers prove, is tho oldest estab
lished and most prominent physician in the
city, devoting specialattentfon to alt chronlo
assst NO FEE UNTIL CURED
sponsible Mr nr I in and mental dis
persons INQll V UUO eases, physical de
cay, nervous debility, lack of energy, ambi
tion and hope,impairedmemory, disordered
sight, self distrust, bashfulness, dizziness,
sleeplessness, pimples, eruptions, impover
ished blood, failing powers, organto weak
ness, dyspepsia, constipation, consumption,
unfitting tho person forbusiness, society ana
marriage, nermaneatly, safely and priv.itely
eruptions, blotches, fallinghair.honos, pains,
glandular swellings, ulcerations of the
tongue, mouth, thi oat, nlcers, old sores, are
enred lor life, and blood poisons thoroughly
eradicated lrom 1 1 Ql A DV kidney and
the system. U nllM rtn T j bladder de
rangements, weak back, gravel, catari ha!
discharges, inflammation and other painful
symptoms receive searcnin treatment
prompt relief and real cures.
Dr. whlttior's life-long extensive experi
ence insures sciontiflo and reliable treat
menton common sense principles. Consulta
tion free. Patients at a distaneo as carefully
treated Q3 if here. Office hours, iA.it tot
r. m. Sunday, 10A.it. to lt.ii. only. UK.
IVUlTTlKH.aU Poun avenue, Pittsburg L'j.
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CLOAKS FOR THE COST t0hfe CLOTH.
NO CHARGE FOR THE MAKING AND TRIMMING.
This most remarkable offer stands good for the last two days of the year only TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW.
We have marked down every Wrap, Jacket, Sacque or Newmarket to the bare cost of the cloth in it This means that
some garments have been reduced one-third, others one-half and many even more. COME AND SEE FOR YOUR
SELR DON'T DELAY, AS THIS SALE POSITIVELY ENDS WITH THE OLD YEAR.
OFor black and navy blue Newmarkets,
with extra long Military Capes; original
For tan mixed Newmarkets, with Watteau
back and silk-lined hood; original price 18.
For tan and grey mixed Newmarkets, with
triple Cape and Watteau back; orig. price $ 20.
For fine Cheviot or Beaver Newmarkets, with
long, detachable Military Cape Newmarkets;
original price J? 20.
For fine Oiagonal or Cheviot Newmarkets;
Watteau back with strap; lined Bishop sleeve;
original price 22.
C i Q E fl or finest Broadcloth Newmarkets, with
s ) 1 U 3 U double Watteau back and front; large,
fancy Bishop sleeves; original price 25.
SftA For the far-famed "Dolgoruki" Newmarkets';
U made of finest Scotch mixed goods; silk
lined hood; original price 35.
$4.98 For Choice
FKOM THE FOLLOWING SIX LOTSi
1 A lot of mixed Watteau Back Jackets
2 A lot of fine Reversible Cloth Heelers. Were? 9
3 A lot of tan, brown and prey-mixed Keeters. . ..... .Were SI3
4 A lot of black and navy Cheviot Reefers Were $ 9
5 A lot of fine Reversible Cheviot Reefers; silk bound .Were Sin
6 A lot of Astrakhan trimmed Cheviot
$7.95 For Choice
FKOJt THE FOLLOWING FITE LOTS l
1 A lot of tan, navy and black Beaver Reefers Were 515
2 A lot of fine Diagonal Jackets, with Watteau back.Were 516
3 A lot of 34-in. lon black Diagonal Walking Coats. .Were 815
4 A lot of black and navy Ladv Franklin Coats .Were 512
5 A lot of black, navy or tan Diagonal Reefers, with
full shawl of French Seal; head ornaments. Were 51C
i . 1
IS MR. AR0NS IN?
This question is asked thousands of times
dally at my store. We don't need any other
name or names to attract trade, the name of
"Arons" is sufficient. It means good goods
sold at lowest possible prices with a profit.
Immense stores with unlimited advertising
cost money. The public has to pay for
them when they buy. VI e have the smallest
store in the country doing tbe largest busi
ness. Here are some of our prices:
For Ladles' and Gents' "Dueber" gold filled
case, American Watches, fitted with solid
goldjolnts, hinges and thumb pieces. War
l an ted 20 years. Sold elsewhere at 15.00 to
For Ladles', Girls' and Boys solid Coin Sil
ver Watches, warranted 3 years for time.
Sold elsewhere at $5 00 to $8.00.
Men's and Boys' Watches, $2.25, $7.75, $3.23
nndup. Wairanted 3 years for time.
B. E. ARONS, Jeweler,
Wholesale and Betsll. 65 FIFTH AVE.
That distressed feeling nfter eating a
This preparation is the most re
markable and reliable ever recom
mended to dyspeptics, convalescents
and debilitated persons.
It will at once remove any un
pleasant, unnatural feeling after eat
ing, so common nowadays.
Give it a trial and experience the
Sold only by
JOS. FLEMING & SON,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists,
412 Market Street, Cor. Diamond.
SPECIALISTS in all cases ra
quiring scientific and confl
Hernial treatment. Dr. S.
Lake, M. It. C. i S., is the old
est and most experienced spa
cialist in the city. Consult
tion free and strictly eontl
dentlal. Offlce honrs 0 to I and 7 to 8 p. it
Sundays, 2 to4r.it. Consult them person
ally, or write Doctors .Lake, cor. Penn ar.
n d 1'ourth St., Pittsbus-s, I'll jel6-&Mwk:
Were 8 x
Reefers Were $10
sill uW WMwA
MW w f 1
A. 6. CAlBEIi & SON'S
HALF PRICE FOR ALL
MIRRORS, PHOTO GASES,
CALENDARS, MANICURE SETS,
TRIMMED CUSHIONS, ETC.
ioo dozen Children's Black Cash
mere Hose, ribbed (double soles),
35c, reduced from 50c and 65c;
50c, reduced from 75c and i.oo.
Men's Smoking Jackets,
Black Cashmere j Hose, 39 c, re
duced from 50c.
Why not select from our im
mense assortment of Blacking
Cases, Carpet Sweepers, Rugs,
Lace Curtains, Portieres, etc,
a present which will make your
mother, father, sister or brother
These goods are now being
SPECIAL LOW PBIGES
For the Holidays.
136 FEDERAL ST.,
ALLEGHENY CITY, PA.
GEO. 1. SHI
FINE ALASKA SEAL JACKETS, 30 INCHES LONG,
REDUCED FROM 225 iu
1400 Children's Fine White Angora, Colored Thibet,
Opossum and Raccoon Fur Sets; were $2. 60, $3, $50; HOW
Ladies' and Gents'
$3.00 Shoes at $2.18.
$3.50 Shoes at $2.50.
$4.00 Shoes at $290.
$5.00 Shoes at $3.90.
Leading Shoe Dealer,
406, 408 and 410
433 ani 435
O. D. LEVIS, SOLIOITOB Off
131 fifth are., next Leador, Pittsbnrz
Physician not needed. I willgladly send (sealed) rpPC
toviifferers&prompt.permanent rare for LOST liILt
mjuTT, YiBirocxLE. sxnTocn dzbiuit, uussioss,
ETC. Enlargement certain. Addre with stamp,
B. K. JPPPAB. Spc-ttsraen's Goods. Mantiri.JlleL
WEAK MEN, your attentio
IS CAtLXO TO TUB
Ttttr MAII TWm GBXAT ENGLISH SS1CSOT,
Gray's Specific Medicine
IF YOXJ SUFFER from
IBOKU'nl un luai
VOU3 Debility; Weakness of Body and Mind
(spermatorrhea, and Impotencjr. and all disease
tint arise from orer-Indulgence and (elf-abnso. a
l.oai of Memory and Vower, Dimness or Vision
Premature Old Age. and many other diseases tha
lead to Insanity or ConsnmpUon and aa early
grave, write for our pamphlet.
Address OKAY MEDICINE CO.. Buffalo. TT. X.
Iht Specific -Medicine Is sold by all druggists at
tl 00 perpackage. or six packages forts 00, or sent
by mall on reecelpt of money, and with
every 5 00 order IV E GUARANTEE
a care or i"Tf n m i
J3On account of counterfeits, we have adopted
the Yellow Wrapper, the only genuine. Sold la
Plttsbnrg and guarantees issued by S. 8. Holland,
cor. SmlUiflekl and Liberty sts.
LADIES' FUR C A PES,
18-inch Black Coney Capes at 2.98; were t$.
18-inch Finest Blaqk Coney Capes at $5; were $10.
18-inch Canadian Seal Capes at $6.98; were $13.50-18-inch
Finest French Seal Capes at $9.95; were $20.
18-inch Black Marten Capes at $9.95; were 20.
18-inch Finest Black Astrakhan Capes at 12.50;
24-inch French Seal Military Capes (with real Mar
ten rnllnr at tR? wrre Hie.
30-inch Black Coney Military Capes at $10; were $22.
J22-inch Black and Brown Marten Capes at 15;
tn.inrh Finest Canadian Seal CaDes atS22: were Sao.
32-inch Black Astrakhan Capes at $20; were 55.
18-inch Genuine Alaska Seal Capes at 36; were 75.
30-inch Mink Military Capes at 100; were 165.
SO QQ or Pa'n aQd mixed Reefers and
g,JJQ Russian Jackets; sizes 14 to 18.
Original price. S7.50.
C Ik DC or ceer Lady Franklin, Russian
3TavO and Fancy Novelty Jackets, in
Beaver, Kersey or Scotch mixed Goods; sizes 14
to 18; original price $9.
$0 Q E! For fancy Scotch Mixed Cloth New
Qu wO markets, with Military cape or Wat
teau back; original price $&; sizes 14 to 18.
(L! fl Q Q or ne E'aonal Cheviot or Im
4)aIO ported Fancy Scotch Cloth New
markets, with Military Cape, fancy hood or Wat
teau back; sizes 14 to iS; original price $ 10.