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8 THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, PKIDAT, APRIL 8, 1891. ts 'vtR h OV-oP :3sv. wvinnM3nnMKMvgaap ,ip ji1 'JJir V .'iADwRHiBrffiMfflffpv rareJiW5-K5FEpjMt ' .IetW' PS' Tr ,?Wj!R sWsHi! ',S5n!RRIHBB95!Rr?qBSB'!lSM7nlmHH!IBiHKA " - rr - , ' - t - ; v . v v i, T 5 ' v-5"" p jVS THE T The Nicely Boys Meet Their Doom a Few Minutes Past 1:30 Yesterday. NO UNTOWARD ACCIDENT Adds Unnecessary Horror lo the Ex piation of Their Crime, THEY DECLARE THEIIi INNOCENCE. Sheriff Good Prores Himself Both Humane and Efficient. EELATD TO THE KOTED JAMES BOIS rsrICIAI. TELEGBAM TO TUB DISPATCH.: Somerset, April 2. For the third time in the history of Somerset county the Sheriff and his assistants have found it their duty to execute the sentence of death. Almost a generation has elapsed since such a scene as tfcat enacted in the jail to-day was witnessed here, and naturally it attracted great atten tion. The wide publicity of the crime for which the brothers, Joseph and David Nicely, to-day suffered the penalty of death; the length to which the trial was drawn out, and the various appeals to a higher court, to the Pardon Board and to two Governors; the almost tragic attempts at escape, and the feigned insanity of one of the prisoners, all ol which has been duly set forth in The Dispatch, have served to excite an interest in this case that was more than State wide. The Morbid riocklnj; to Somerset. People moved by the morbid desire to see, or even be near, the scene of the hanging began to arrive last evening, and excursion trains to-day added to the number until the town was crowded, although the two corridors of the jail from which the execu tion could be viewed, at most could not ac commodate more than three score of people. Sheriff Good began to receive applica tions for passes from all parts of the State ten days ago, but, aware that the jury, physi cians, reporters and a number of sheriffs from adjoining counties w ould crowd the space at his command, lie ws compelled to disappoint many auxious sight-seers. The execution took place in the upper south corridor, where a double trap is built in the floor; And those who were placed in the lower corridor had to be satisfied with a sight of about two feet of the lower extremities of the Mctims afier the traps had fallen. Sheriff Good, like most big men, is bin-hearted, and he has treated bis prisoners with unusual kind ness. For some weeks their meals hare been a la carte. Nothing was refused them that whim or appetite suggested. lluoyed Up by Delusive llopes. The Kicelys' spirits hare been so buoyed up from time to time bv hopes of pardon, commu tation or respite that their thoughts, until lately, have never turned to religion. Joe's either feigned or real condition made his case hopeless in this respect, but Dave, under the ministrations of Elder Granger, of the lisciples' Church, seemed really repentant. Early in the evening Elder Granger, accom panied by several others, repaired to the jail and administered the sacrament of communion to Dave. At this timebno seemed perfectly sell-poised, and not a tremor could be ou ter ed In his muscles or voice. The night was pa-sed as might be expected of men in their situation. Joe, for a while, was extremely restless. Dae went to sleep at 120 and slept till 3 o'clock. When Dae awoke. J. 10 had lallen into a deep sleep. By 5.39 all idea of sleep had passed frum both prisoners. A breakfast ot bread, butter, eggs and coffee was served at 0:30 A. M. Shortly after break last the barber called, and they were shaven early In the morning. Ine town was full of rumors of confessions, but none of these could be traced to an au thoritative source, although the belief was gen eral that a conf ission would be made by one or both prisoners during the day. Joe Confesses Hint lie "Was Shaminlng. There was an aftectmg scene in the jail at 11 o'clock this morning. Joe teemed to have com pletely gnen up. He was standing behind the bars of his cell, with big tears rollinz down his cheeks, and when anyone went near him he a-ked to be forgiven. He sent for the Sheriff and told him that if he had been the cause of my trouble he wanted him to forgive him. bald Joe: "I tried to escape, and made several attempts. 1 am sorry 1 injured an) one, but inv life was dear to me, and 1 thought if I could save it I would do so." He then sent for the deputy sbcrifts and all per sons connected with tho jail, and asked to be forgiven. The tears were rolling down his cheeks all morning, bnt they seemed to be more from remorse than fear. When asked bv the correspondent how he felt, Joe said: "1 am doomed to die I know there is no hope fur me now, hut I will die bravely. I don't want lo be any more trouble to the officials. 1 have no hard words to say of auone." He wrote and bigued the lollowing statement: Nearly all the evidence against us was perjury. I was unjustly convicted. Goa knows 1 am innocent. 1 am glad that God in His wisdom returned to me my reason that 1 might declare on the scaffold, if necessary, that I am Innocent of tho murder of Henry Umberger. JosEPn Nicely. Declare Their Iunocenco Kefore Heaven. Near noon General Coffroth, General Koontz and V. H. Rupple, counsel of the condemned men, went to the jail at their invitation, and in a solemn interview, both prisoners declared their innocence, and called on heaven to wit ness the truth of w hat they said. As 1:30 1'. M. approached, the hour fixed for the execution, notwithstanding tho rumors, no confession was forthcoming. Those holding passes had al ready sought tne Jan. Sheriff Good is a prompt official, and it was only a le-v minutes past the settime when Bare Nicily, with Elder Granger, the Sheriff. Rev. Mr. Beal and Joe. followed by Deputies Barron and Dickey, emerged from the head of the west corridor of the jail, and the condemned men promptly stepped upon tho traps. Little time was lost after the ropes were adjusted. Dave and Joe each consumed about a minute in say ing that thev felt safe, so far as his future was concci ned, harbored no enmity, and was willing to die. Tho last voice had hardly died away before the blackcaps were drawn over the men's faces, the traps sprung and they dropped through the floor some five feet. Dave's body made about two revolutions, his shoulders gave a mighty heave and he ceased struggling. Joe Dies tho Harder. Joe seemed to have a stronger hold on life. For scleral minutes thero was a hoarse gurg ling sound from the compressed windpipe, and his hands opened and closed convulsively. The traps fell exactly at 127 r. 31., and in 22 minutes they were pronounced dead, and Dave's body was taken down and carried to its coffin in tiie front ofhee. About a minute later Joe's body was similarly disposed of. Sir. Iiowry, the undertaker from Ligonier, promptly tooK charge of the bodies and will take them on their last trip over the mountain to their old homes. Everything connected with the execution moved smoothly and with dispatch. Sheriff Good has only held his com mission some three months, but has proved himself an efficient officer. Various estimates aro placed on the crowd here to-day. It probably numbered 6,000 per sons. Hundreds Oiled tho streets in front of the jail and Court House, standing in a snow storm and in mud six inches deep. Many wo men were seen in the crowd. The ubiquitous pickpocket was here and is the gainer by sums ranging from to to SIM). Belated to the James Bandits. A dispatch from Greensburg says: It has been learned that the Nicely boys are related to the James brothers, the noted Western desperadoes, Mr. Nicelj. their mother, being a cousin of tho father of the James brotheis. Joe, one ot the condemned men, is bc lieted to have been at one time, when in the West, a few years ago, a member of the James gang. After his return from the West he frequently aud to bis great delight boasted of his relationship with these desperate robbers. So great was their infatuation for them that Dave Nicely, Joe's brother, named one of his chil dren Jesse James, thinking it a great honor. Herman Umberger. who was murdered by the Nicelys was married three times, his first wife being a half sister of Mrs. A. A. Nicely, the motliir of tho b iv. s HOKSFORD'S ACID I'HO'PIIATK, The Best Tonic Known, furnishing sustenance to both brain and body. THRQUGH THE OIL FIELDS. NO "W1ID WOOD WELLS ABE DUE SEVERAL DAYS YET. FOE Tho Fictitious Boom In the Butler County Field Jefferson Center Has No Staying Qualities Tho Operations at 'Harmony and Glenshaw Progress at lit, Nebo. FrltCIAI. TJtLKGBAM TO TBX DISPATCH. 1 Wildwood, April 2. The field is ut terly featureless to-day, so far as new developments are concerned, nothing new having come in within the last 24 hours, and there are no wells of any importance due for some days to come. The Griffiths and Forest Oil Company's No. 11 well on the Wliitesell farm, was to-day agitated aud is doing 17 inches per hour, and the same company's No. 5 well on the Smith farm is doing 250 barrels per day. They are drill ing a pin on a bit in No. 8 Whitestll well to-day, thereby expecting to end a very protracted fishing job. TheirNos.8 and 9 rigs are being built on the Ringeisen farm. Finneean A Downing to-day drilled their No. 4 Wallace farm well, which is this evening flowing at the rale of 173 barrels per day. This will stimulate considerable drilling on the southwest end of the pook Griffiths & Miller are dowu 350 feet in their Cole well, one mile west of the Ringheisen farm, and 3,000 feet northwest of tho Heuleimirg wen. Jonniu. Patterson's Espey well has got Its first casing in, and is drilling at a depth of 1,200 feet. This well is located on the Perrysville plank road and is 3,000 feet southwest of the Cole well. J. M. Guffey's Kretier well No. 1 is mak ing? inches per hour to day. Forst & Greenlee's Alston well No. 1 is to-day making nine inches per hour. Deeper drilling has not benefited the Sunshine Oil Company's well on the Hardy farm, and competent judges place it among the dusters. This would seem to be a pointer as to the northern limit of the Wildwood pool. Batter Boomed Too High. Butler The activity noticeable in Bntler county for some time past shows no diminu tion. The Mnddy creek craze, as usual, will in fluence a large amount of work. Just what Muddy creek will amount to would be hazard ous to venture an opinion now. As matters stand, indications do not point to a Thorn creek or Wildwood field. There has been a great deal of talk, and the field has been boomed out of all proportion Jo its importance. This has mainly been the Tesult of tho lease speculator, who, on all occasions, utilizes the press to promote his interests. One fact is apparent better wells must be obtained than have marked its past history or 1 fall to see where there is any money in this neck o' the woods. Some lucky person may hit something rich here, and Butler county again step to the front; but everything points to a different conclusion. The total product of Muddy creek to-day is from 90 to 100 barrels, which may be distributed as follows: The Shanes well No. 3 is good for 23 barrels; Innis No. 1 is doing about the same amount, and the English heirs No. 1 is dolnc about 12 barrels. A conservative estimate of Shanes Nos. 1 and 2 make their production 30 barrels aday. Sny der No. 1 is good for 6 Darrcls, and the Innis well, shot Monday, is flowing lightly. The Operations at Harmony. Hahmony At Harmony, Yaunklns fc Dale's well is good for 160 barrels, while the Fankcr No. 1 is doing 75 barrels, and No, 1 30 barrels a day. No. 2 Marsh is casing, and Thomran No. 1 is produc ing ten barrels. The Kirk Oil Company is pounding away in the third sand, and have some indication of crease. The Fromm well has a fishing job on hand at 500 feet, while the bemboch is b08 feet deep. On the Wilson farm the Enterprise Oil Company is pegging away in the caloric sand. Patterson &Lockwood, on the Allen farm, about 1,100 feet southeast of the Fankor No. 1, have begun drilling, and Sutton No. 4. Zcigler, has found a depth of 1,000 feot. Jefferson Center Not a Stayer. Jefferson Center The territory aUeffer son Center is not showing staying qualities, and the Oildorado which was expected to be opened in this quarter some time ago has not yet materialized. The wells so far are of the soda fountain order, and notwithstanding the drill is active the production is declining. A Well at Glenshaw. GLEXSnAW-Wittmer & Co. have got con siderable gas in the 100-foot and are drilling on to the third sand in the Hossinger well, 2 miles northeast of this place. This well was started last September and has experienced icr bad luck all the way down. Mt. N ebo Patterson and the Forest Oil Com pany's Morrison well is to-day reported as do ing 17 barrels a day, and Calhoun fc Co. are down 1,000 feet in their English well on Low ne's run. McC. Croup, whooping coucn and bronchitis Im mediately relieved by Slulon's Cure. Sold by Jos. Fleming & Son. 412 Market st. THE PEOPLE'S STOKE riFTH AVE. Speoial llargains. Manufacturers' samples of lace curtains are going lively. Come to-day and to-morrow for curtains, also for muslins, white goods and blankets, damaged by water only, from the II. B. Claflin Company fire. See window. Campbell & Dick. How to Make 3Ionoy. I read what Mr. Bell said about making SS0 per month. I also sent to the Standard Silverware Co., P. O. Box 5308, Boston, Mass., and received a fine case of samples. I took orders the first day that paid me $10 profit; made f40 the first week; at the end of one month I had 5115 clear profit. Anyone can get circulars and agency by writing the above firm. I hope others may profit by my experience. Yours truly, AY. F. Williams. Well Worth a Visit. To-day some very choice trimmed hats and bonnets will be shown at CIS Penn avenue, by Mrs. E. Barker, agent, (who has suc ceeded C. A. Simpson). This is not a for mal opening, but is intended to give the ladies an opportunity to inspect the latest high novelties in feminine headgear. All are assured of a welcome. Heautiful Souvenirs given to each lady visitor to the Will be World's Museum. Theater on 1' riday of this week. Fob the crip take Dr. O'Keefe'a cold or catarrh pills. Br. O'Keefe & Co., homeo pathic druggists, 708 Smithfield street. Redactions In Corsets. Fine Trench 75c, reduced from 81 25; Mad. Foy's 51 00, regular price 1 25; every well-known make at lowest price, at Ilosenbaum & Co.'s "VVFSU Oxlt one trimming store in Western Pennsylvania, 710 Penn avenue, Beining & Wilds, leaders in styles. New goods daily. A Room Tastily papered is half furnished. Our stock of wall paper is new and complete in every detail. John S. Bobeets, 414 Wood street. You'll be sure to like our cream ale if once tried. Call Iron City Brewery, tele phone libo, ana order some. j w T. JACOB'S OIL SOLD BY JOS. FLEMING & SON, 112 Market street, Pittsburg. mblg-82 peimratieij OTGured'fhY' m EXCURSION TO ALABAMA To sali- of Marble Citv Land and Furnace Co. .1c f 'ots leaves Pittslurg Tuesday, April 7, at 8:53 p. si. Full particulars from BAXTER, THOMPSON & CO., , ap3-66 H2Fnrthave, NEW ADVERTISKMENTfc. THE WONDERPCIi CAK1.SBAD SPELNGS. At the Ninth international Medical Congress Dr. A. L. A. Toboldt, ol the University of Pennsylvania, read a paper stating that out of 30 cases treated with the genuine imported Carlsbad Sprndel Salt, powder form, 26 were entirely cured, three much improved, and one not treated long enough. Among those under treatment were cases of chronic constipation, hypochondria, disease of the liver and kidneys, jaundice, adiposis, diabetes, dropsy from valvu lar heart disease, dyspepsia, catarrhal inflam mation of the stomach, ulcer of the stomach or spleen, children with marasmus, gout, rheuma tism of the joints, gravel, etc The average time of treatment was four weeks. mhSO-F EISNER fc MENDELSON'S CARLSBAD SPRUDEL SALTS. SOLD BY JOS. FLEMING fc SON, 412 Market street, mh!9-S2 Pittsburg. SPRING CARPETS AST) WALL '.'PAPER! In Carpets we show a very fine line of Koyal "Wiltons, Azmmster, Velvet, Body Brussels, Tapestry and all kinds of Ingrain in style, quality and price. Just what you want. Wall Paper for rooms, ceilings aud halls, in choice styles and artis tic colorings, and all the new ideas in the market You are invited to inspect our stock. Geo.W.Snaman, 136 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY. fel6-MWF The finest and most palatable Rye Whiskey in the market at SI 25 per full quart; guaran teed absolutely pure. Send for complete cata- logue and price list of all kinds iist ot an Kinds ot liquors to MAX KLEIN, 82 Federal St., Allegheny, Pa. le-JS-MWF Children always Enjoy It. OTT'S EMULSION of pure Cod Liver OH with Kypo phoophltea of Llmo and) Soda la almost as palatable rb milk. Children enjoy It rathtrthan otherwise. A MARVELLOUS FLESH PRODUCER It Is IndeebT and the little lads and laselea whditake cold easily, may be fortified 'against a cough that might prove serious, by taking Scott's Emulsion after their meals o:irlng the winter season. Bcicare of substitutions and imitations. OCOTrS EMULSION SOLD BY JOa FLEMING & SON. 112 Market street, Pittsburg. mhIS-82 PARLOR, LIBRARY, ' BEDROOM, KITCHEN FURNITURE. . Fancy Rockers, Bookcases, Pictures, Parlor Suites, Onyx Top Tables. Desks, Chiffoniers, Cabinets, Mantel Figures, Wall Pockets. Everything in Furniture, and Carpets. CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS. 307 Wood St WT u -' LO.0P Only genuine blood purifier known. It cures skiu diseases, rheumatism, gnut. liver and kid ney troubles, and removes all scrofulous and specific blood taints. No mineral, no failures and no relapses. Sold hi JOSEPH FLEMING 4 SON, Drug. gUts. 112 Market SL. Pittsburg. Pa. Wmye0l so HoierfiroslCo. W m i NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. IRTTIBIEIISrS Two Successful Styles. THE The Schenley. Union Square 61 90, $2 40, 82 90; 83 40. There is no better proof of our leadership of fashions than the fact that the styles in troduced by us are not only uniformly suc cessful, but, like all other successes, find a ready host of imitators. However, where is the inducement to go outside of our house to purchase a mere imitation, when we offer the real bona fide article at prices that these imitators cannot hope to touch? In quality, style or assortment we loom head and shoulders above all competitors. RUBEN, The Hatter and Furnisher, 421 and 423 Smithfield St. Mail Orders Promptly Filled. mh29-WFSn MOVING VERY FAST -C- 'ftpmiT. Our friends know a good thing when they see it. Our new stock of home-made Black Cheviot Suits at $10, $12 and $15 are moving very rapidly. The making and trimming have a great deal to do with making them go. Have you seen our win dow display of fine home made Spring Overcoats? Well, it'll pay you to look at our clothing display. Mark well the stylish Box Overcoats at $8, $10 and $12, THEN TURN THE CORNER and see our dis play of Men's Fine Neck wear, the handsomest dis play in this city, Prices below all competition. Clothiers, Tailors., Hatters, Furnishers, 954 and 656 LIBERTY ST., STAR CORNER. mhSO-6-MWF PATENTS. O. D. LEVIS, Solicitor of patents, 131 Fifth avenue, above Smithfield, next Leader office. No delay. Established 20 years. se20-l Celebrated Grand Denver Range Sold by all stove dealers. Manufactured by GRAFF & CO., 632 and 634 Liberty street fe-21-irwr AMUSEMENTS. (sS S Shs--i- t g WM sS C jmTHEATR To-Nignt, W. J. SCANLAN in THE IRISH MINSTREL. Matinee Saturday. April G-'Tfon Yonsou." ap2 ZDTJ-QTTESILSriEJ. Pittsburg's Leading Theater. This aud Every Evening at 8. E. H. SOTHEEN in the Maister offoofllianw ap3-41 LAST MATINEE TO-MORROW. DUQUESNE EXTRA. All Next 'Weelc. Beginning Monday. THE I NEIL I THREE COUNTY BURGKSS' YEARS IN FAIR. I SUCCESS. I NEW YORK. The Great Running Race Horse Scene. Seats now ready at Theater and Hays'. ap341 i RAND OPERA HOUSE XJ To-night. Matinee Saturdav. SOL SMITH RUSSELL, A POOR RELATION. Next week Comic Opera Co. in Influence. ap2 HARRS" WILLIAMS' ACADEMY. To-night. Matinees, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. THE IRWIN BROS. BIG SPECIALTY SHOW. mh31-83 H ARRY DAVIS' FIFTH AVENUE ilU bEUJI AND THEATER. Uouimencinc March SO, 11AHY V1SJNUS. 12-NEW FACES ON THIS STAGE-12, Admission, 10c. - Open IU06, 7 to 10 p. M. 'pif'iy 4ij (fty", ' 4SJ0 rj i x t- err I .-A'Cly It QKySMg&,r "-J nrfrf-'a' P NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. DOUGLAS BLACK DEESS GOODS DEPARTMENT! The following numbers are of exceptional value and the season. Fine all-wool HENEIETTA: 25 pieces 46-inolies wide 65c a yard, worth 87c. 30 pieces 46-inches wide 75c a yard, worth $L 20 pieces 46-inohes wide 81 a yard, worth 81 25. SILK WAKP HENRIETTA: 50 pieces 40-inch wide 81 25 a yard, worth 81 75. 30 pieces 46-inch wide 81 37 a yard, worth 82. Cote de Cheval, Tamise. India Twill, Nun's Veiling, and all the fancy weaves and novelties to be found in the market at money-saving prices. JDOTJO-LlS 151, 153 and, 155 FEDERAL ST., ALLEGHENY. 5ou OnHjP- I f t iMk rf fOk tM,wE?M fouseaw'B-" tea jumsr hsotfdeJtecij'Scauring soap, LfWhAi J Ba ;used rorcle&mns purposes asked a maid if she would wed, t' And in my home her brightness shed; She faintly smiled and murmured low, "If T ran have SAPOLIO." imi7:iwiBiggsiaiiTT"'i"n.?iTBitKm U witn bo iKPiPiiiiHi OR, ACKER'S ESCLSSM REMEDY! I for Coughs, Colds and Consumption is beyond question the greatest of all! I Modern Remedies ? It will stop a Cough in one night. It will check a Cold in 1 I a day. It will prevent Croup, relieve Asthma and cure Consumption if taken I 3 in time, " You can't afford to be without it." A 25 cent bottle may save you I $100 in Doctor's bills may save your life 1 Ask your druggist for it, or write I to W. H. Hooker & Co., 46 "West Broadway, New York, for, book. BaBIWliailBIHIIKiaxHISCBiniBiaiBIBBIlIIBSEJAl M.IBH B IBXBIB.IBJBJHBIBJaigJglBllBTWnwi ja26-6Q.MWF D K. AUKEK'i3 COUGH KEilEDY SOLD ur JOS. FLEMING & SON, J 12 .Market street. mh!9-82 Plttsbure. $1 q nnn worth Remains 1 SITflFO MANY ONLY SLIGHTLY SOILED. GREAT REDUCTIONS! NO RESERVE I ENTIRE STOCK 1ST BE SOLO ! NO MATTER WHAT THEY BRING! FOOTWEAR FOR MEN, 'WOMEN AND CHILDREN. COME WHILE BARGAINS ARE ABDNDAST. &-Also, Special Bargain Prices at our MAMMOTH MARKET STREET STORES during Fire Sale. APOLOGY We fully appreciate the good nature of a generous public, and to all those who failed to gain admit tance to our great Bargain Sale during the past week, come any day this week and you will get prompt and careful at tention, having now a complete force of competent sales men and salesladies. All goods warranted, with privilege to exchange. LAIRD'S S 433 WOOD ST. FIEE SALE. & MAGKIE. cannot be duplicated later in :)-C & MAOH EL rabSO-xwv KVii r W. , o- o.. . . m ITTS WHY DO YOU COUGH?! Do you knotr that a little cough ia a dangerous S thing ? Are you aware that it often fastens on the s lungs and far too often run3 into Consumption and ends in Death? People suffering from Asthma, Bronchitis, Pneumonia and Consumption will alls tell you that IT STARTED WITH A 0018.'; j vou juu.oij.uxii uj iicgicuu in vjiw. you nines serious a matter t Are you aware that D ItACKEIfS COUGH REMEDY SOLD BT JOS. FLEMING A SON. 412 Market street, Plttsbure. mh 19-82 Unsold. m m HOE STORES, Wholesalo j 406, 408, 410 J 515 worod st j MARKET STREET mfcSS'HWj'sa NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. KAUFMANNS' ARE HEADQUARTERS IN PITTSRURG FOR THE CELEBRATED STAR SHIRT WAISTS. THE MOTHER'S FRIEND PatentShirtWaisti fffilili-. 'W ilfgg-- I No Buttons can be Torn of, either in Wearing or Washing. The Mother's Friend does away entirely with the sewing on of Buttons. It is supplied with an adjustable belt, which is easily taken off when the waist is washed; the buttons are riveted on the belt, consequently can not be torn off, cither in wearing, washing orironiag. READ OUR PRICES: 50 dozen extra quality Percale, Mother's Friend Waists, in latest spring patterns, un laundried, price elsewhere 75c; OUR PRICE 49c 45 dozen French Percale, Mother's Friend Waists, in entirely new designs, beauti fully laundried, with square and round sailor collars; price elsewhere $1 15; OUR PRICE.75C. 35 dozen fine French Per cale Mother's Friend Waists, in most nobby and novel patterns, exquisitely laun dried, made (just like a man's shirt)- with 2 detachable standing collars and cuffs; price elsewhere i 50; our price 98c LOOK AT THIS: GOOD WAISTS 22 CENTS. These Shirt Waists are made of good and stylish Percales, and aro warranted fast color. Remember, only 22c 50 dozen Garnet's best Percale Shirt Waists, made in the best possible manner, sold elsewhere at 75c; OUR PRICE 50c 35 dozen handsomely figured, dark blue Percale Waists, un laundried, first-class make, AT ONLY 59c. The same goods, laun dried, sell at $1 25. Flannel, Madras Cloth and Oxford Waists and Blouses. Of these we keep a complete assortment, plain or silk striped, and our prices are DOWN where you want 'em. BSfShirt Waist Department on Second floor, next-to Children's Clothing Department KAUFMANNS' Fifth Ave. and Smithfield St. OIL. TVEIX STJPPIXES. IRELAND & HUGHES, FORGEAND MACHINE SHOP AND MANUFACTURERS OF Oil and Artesian Well Drilling and Fishing Tools. Corner Twenty-Brst Street, and A. V. Ft. R. Telephone No. 1222. PITTSBTJEG. PA. Jal-3-D AJAX ENGINES -AXD- Corry Boilers. The best Oil Well Machinery in the world. AH sizes of Engines and Boilers. Also all sizes Stationary Engines and Boil, ers. Write for prices. Offices In Pittsburg. Washlneton and BnUer. Always write or telecraph to Corry Office. JAMES M. LAMBING-, SOLE AGENT, CORRY, PA. mhS-D MANUFACTURERS OF TUBING, CASING, LINE PIPE, STEAM PIPE -AND- BOILEft TUBES W. S. WATSON. AGENT, OFFICE: 108 FOURTH AVE., PITTSBURG, PA. Works at Oil City, Pa. Correspondence Solicited. D ' A Vnnttnn niua uu numiuuiuiu i Oil City file Co. Manufactured by Hutchinson, Pierce & Co.; New York. The faultless make, perfect fit and ex quisite finish of these goods is equaled only by the Mother's Friend Waists. We carry a larger assortment of Star Waists thia spring than ever before, and un dersell all other houses. READ OUR PRICES: 50 dozen good Waists, latest guaranteed fast elsewhere 75c; 30o- Percale Star spring styles, colors; price our price only 30 dozen fine French Percale Star Shirt Waists, beautifully laun dried, entirely new patterns; price elsewhere $1 10; OUR PRICE 65 c A complete line of superior quality White Star Shirt Waists, elegantly doneup, with sailor or regular standing collar, will be extensively worn this spring; price elsewhere $1 50; OUR PRICE 98c OH, WULL, SUPPIXESs. Artesian Wells. For household and mechanical purposes. Prices on application. DARRAGH PURE WATER CO, Ja3M3-D 107 First ar.. Pittsbnrs. STEAMERS AND EXCUKSIOXS. 1011 QDIEMSTOWN AND LrTERPOOU Bojlna United SUtei Mall Slumtn. Teutonic ADru a, Sim Teutonic. Alar . 3 p ra Britannic. April 15.11am BrlunnlcMay 13,9:3uani Majestic, April 22, 3 p m I'MaJestlc May 20,3 pm Germanic, A p. 29, 9.30 amlGermanlcAlav 27.8AM iu from White star a Oct. root oi Weit Testn tv. Second cabin on these sUamers. &loon rates. 30 aud upward. Second cabin, S10 and $45. .Ex cursion tickets on larorable terms. Steerage, 520. .Prepaid, fa. White Star drafts payable on demand In all the principal banks throughout Great Britain. Ap- Slr to JCU J. ilctOitillCK, 638 aud )1 Smith eld St.. rittsbur;, or J. r.KUCE IdilAt, Gen eral Agent. 41 Broadway, Heir Yore itSS-o ANCHOR LINE. UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. GLASGOW SERVICE. Steamers Tery Saturday from New York to GLASGOW ANO LONDONDERRY. Cabin passage to Glasgow or Londonderry. SOand SOU. Koand trip, fJOAIIla. beeoud clau, S33, steerage oassage. S2X MEDITERRANEAN SEHVICE. Kew Tfort to Gibraltar and .Naoles direct. Cabin. ISO to 100. Steerage. t3 TraTelers' circular letters of credit and drafts for any amount Issued at lowest current rates. Tor books of tours, tickets or further Information apply to HENDEKSOJI BKOTHEKi). 2. Y., or J. J. Jt!CCOKMICK.639aDd401 Smithfield St.: A. 1. SCORER SOX 415 Smlthneld St., ilttsburg; F. M. SKUPLE, IlOFedesal St., AUegaeny. OC30-99-JIWF NORDDEUTSCHER LLOYD S. S. CO. Fast Line of impress Steamers. New York to Southampton (London) Bremen. SPUING SAILINGS, 1891: HaveL Tues., April 14 Elder, at, May Is Elbe, Wed., April 1J Trare, Tues., .May 19 Eider, bat.. April 18 Fulda, Wed., May 3) rrave, lues., April 21 aaaie, sac, Jiay Fulda, Wed., April 12 Spree. Tues.. May 28 Saale. Sat., April 25 Spree, 'lues.. April 28 Werra., M ed., April 3 Aller, Sat.. May 2 Lahn, Tues., May 5 Kmi Sat.. May 8 Werra, Wed., May 27 Aller. Sat., May 30 Lahn, Tues., June 2 Kal.er, Ved., June 3 Ems. Sat.. June S Harel, Tues., June 9 Elbe. Wed., J use 10 Eider. Sat.. June It HaTCl, Tnes., Mar 12 Elbe Wed.. Mar 13 Time from New York to Southampton. , k aays. From Southampton to Bremen. H or 30 hours. From Southampton to London.br Southwestern Railway Co., if, hoars. Traln3 erery hoar In the summer season. Railway carriages for London await passengers In Southampton IJocks on antr al ol Kxpre6s Steamers from Sew York. These steamers are well known for their speed, comrort and excellent cuisine. MAX SC1IAUMBERU CO., 527 Smlthfleld St. LOUIS MOE3EB. 618 SmlthHeld St. Jal-10O-D Protect Your Horse. Horseshoeing belnc a most important opera tion, it is necessary that all slioers should understand tho construction and diseases of the foot. The want ot knowledge and skill of shoeing often generates many diseases, such as corns, quarter and center crack, which ara yery annoying. Attenaon giren road, tracH and interfering horses. I also manufacture a HOOP OINTMENT, guaranteed to keep horses' feet in good con dition. ANDREW PAFENBACH, Cor. West Diamond and Erie Sts. (Rear of Semple's Store), ALLEGHENY, PA. fell-5S-MWF HE-NO TEA. SOLD WHOLESALE AND RETAIL -BY-STEVENSON CO, Sixth arenas GEO. K. onlSoiWT apij-xwrrsaoJ jnaSWZA, .lLl:Ul-Att3tiiL!&Jl :,,i,. K A -.