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8 i r te V ) . ?' f.- fcJv. PEEPARIN6J0RW0RK Tin Plate Manufacturers licet and Organize for Bnsiness. TO TOSH THE TIMING INDUSTRY. Hills TTill Be Put In shape for Tnls Char acter of Trade. OFFICERS OF THE KEW 0EGAN1Z1TI0N JSrrCUI. TXLXGRJ.M TO THE DI8Fi.TCH. New York, April 29. There was a meeting of tin-plate manufacturers in piriorFof the Fifth Avenue Hotel this afternoon. It was the outcome of an in formal meeting of Pittsburg manufacturers held some time ago in that city. It was stated that there are a number of mills al ready adapted to rolling sheet for tin plates, and it is thought a comparatively small outlay would put many others in shape for this character of work. The manufacturers say that if it becomes possible to leave the rolling of sheets to the mills who are now equipped for the work and have the tinning plants proper in the hands of others, it is thought the industry would be thoroughly established with less expense. The meeting was to effect a temporary or ganization of manufacturers in the United States, and, as Secretary Britton said, to promote the manufacture of tin and tin plates all over tbe country. The following were present: B. M. Sommers, of Sommers Bros. & Co.; W. C. Cronemejer and Mr. Williams, of tbe United States Iron and Tin Plate Company, i'ittsburK; Alfred .Marshall, of Marshall Bros. Co, Brooklyn; P. H. Lautmin, of the P. H. Laufmin Corapanv, Apollo. Pa.; C. B. ana J. W. Britton, of tbe Britton Rolllnc Mills Com psnr. o Cleveland, and T. M. Brown, of the St. Louis Stamping Company. Others repre sented by proxy were: Jennings Bros. 4 Co., of Pittsburg; Canonsbnrg Iron and Steel Com pany, of Pittsbure; Kirkpatnck fc Coof Pitts bare; and the Falcon Iron and IS'all Company, ofXUes.0. AU tbe mills mentioned, it is stated, are al ready In irorking order, and turning out plates at the rate of 60,000 net tons per annum. B. M. Sommers acted as Chairman, and the following were elected a committee on permanent organ ization: A. Marshall, F. U. Niedrinebam, B.M. Sommers, W. C Cronemeyer, ana J. il. ana C R. Britton, Chairman and Secretary, respect ively. After reading letters from mining companies in tbe Black Hills, S. D and San Jacinto, Cal which said that tbe mines would be able so snpply tin abundantly in July, tbe meeting was aajonrnea. xce next win oe ueia in niu burg on May 20. Tbe manufacturers attended the Tariff League dinner in Madison Square Garden last night. M'CURDY TO THE FRONT. EECOED OF OIL DHILLIKG IH THAT riLD FOB APEIL. Dynamite Used at Jack's Bun With Poor Besults Six Xew Hurdocksvllle Wells Sarins the Month Manoington Fro dnction Is Increasing Other Fields, isriciii TELEOKA TO TUX DISrXTCB. i McCUEDT, April 29. McCurdy'a star seems to be in tbe ascendant. It is tbe only pool of tbe southwest family thtt shows an increase of production, and where tbe large wells hold up remarkably well. At present there are 25 veils drilling in this field, 10 or 12 of which Trill soon be due. During tbe month six wells were completed, giving a new production of 1,890 barrels a day. B. B. Campbell should soon tret in on the Adams' farm, wblle Vanilergrirt, on the Edmonson, will be a close follower. .Mellon la ramming the end in Scott 2'o. 4. while Mnrphy& Co. will soon know wbat their Carr A o. 1 is worth. McCordy Ho. 6 is making 3S0 barrels a day. Fisher Oil Company's Kiddle Jo. 1 1 tubed and Sowing lie jo. ijBiuDea ana nowini The Adams is doing 4C0 bar ai Darreis an uour. rels." A Sew Cse of Dynamite. JACK'S Itux-Everythlng is very quiet here, lllbcri Co.'i A'o. 1 Kinkln being the only well drilling In this part or the Held. They hare reached a depth of 1, S00 feet. Straw, Dlmmlck. & - - Co. f aTe tbelr Xo. S Kicker. Mrs. Burger farm, a shot last week and it made 120 barrels In the first 14 hours, and is now down to 60 barrels. The Helm OH Company gave Us ho. 3a shot last week, which' did not help it very much. The Nellie Oil Company care their .No. 1 Bererdauf a shot about ten days ajro and collapsed tbe casing. They haTe not been able to pull It since, straw. Dlmmlck & Co. gave tbelr o. 1 Kicker, Mrs. Burger larm, a shot Saturday, wltn poor result;. Tbe southwest I'ennsylTanla Pipe Une boy! in this district are rejoicing that they will hare a Lew boiler house at their station here. A Farmer Stops Operations. West View The Bowman No. 2 well, Schlede farm, which came In nicely two nights ago and started o& at a 400-barrel rate, has dropped down to 40 barrels a day. Tbe West View Oil Company, having the adjoining property on the Ivory farm, brought in Us JJo. Swell last week. It started on at 45 barrels a day, and is still making 40 barrels. The same company, with no bad luck, will reach the Interesting spot the last or this week at Its -No. 6. It is also drilling at 1, 000 lect at lis S o. 7, same farm. Smith & Klclmonds have a rig up lor their Ko. 2. and expect to start drilling this week on tbelr lrory farm. Case, Barnsdall & Co. had let the contract for a rig and drilling for their No. 2, Koopelarm, but when they went to haul the rig stufi on the ground the owner or tbe farm stopped them and would not let them go on his land, so tbe timbers were nuloaded along the road until the difficulty Is settled. Six Producers and Four Dnsters. MUEDOCKBVTLI.E In the Murdocksrllle pool during tbe month ten wells were completed, lour of which are dnsters, the other six having an aggregate new production of 32) barrels a day. 1 he most Important of these wells is tbe ttaccoon Uil Company's, on tbe A. M. Armor, which has a credited production of IS barrels In 1 hours, and the Forest Oil Company's .No. 1, lunlap. which Is also doing 12 barrels a day. A caretul com- S nation of the work here shows ten wells being rilled and three rigs ready for business. Mannlngton's Production Increasing. MaiOTicGTOX In the alannlngton and Fair, view districts five new wells hare been rtdoi the completed list In the past 30 days, making a new production or BStt barrels a day. The monthly report indicates considerable activity, which will be greatly Increased In May. At present there are Swells drilling, a number of which should soon get In. A Small Well at Haxsvllle. Uaysville OuSey, Hummili A Co. brought In tbelr 'o. t, Bhoads farm, last week, and while it is not as good as expected, it will make a small well. H. McC. Several Is'ew Wlldwood Wells. "VVIldwood WUdwood to-day has partially re deemed herself by two or three wells coming In, which give promise ofmaklnggood producers. JTorst & Urecnlee'i Ho. 2, Good farm, is eight feet In the sand to-night, and making six inches an hour. The lteah Oil Company also lound tbe pay In 1'eebles No. 4, and at sir feet In the well niaae a ien-oarrei now. uamnDeirs Jio. Zand Dlbert Co.'s No. 1 Jennie did not Had tbe sand to-day as expected. A 50-Barrcl TVell at Nobleitown. NoblzSTOWx The Matthew's well, in Us pres Jtnt condition, looks like a 50-barrel welt. H.MCC. Relief. Comfort. Cure. Try Daisy Corn Cure. Action quick; effect permanent Inquire of druggists. Off for Europe. Mr. J. Harvey "Wattles, European buyer for W. "W. "Wattles, jeweler and importer, sails ior Europe Saturday next on his sixth Annual business tonr. Mr. "Wattles' unpre cedented success in these choice foreign wares is well known, and the purchases this year will be more elaborate than ever before, llr. Charles "W. "Wattles accompanies his brother. The art rooms at 30 and 32 Fifth avenue are at present well stocked with pottery, sterling silver and novelties for the coming weddings, - IlT sterling silver and sterling plate we feel perfectly at home, and have selected our stock accordingly. We have large bowls, magnificent pierced and repouBe work, and everything yon can imagine, down to the tiniest spoon. You are cordially Invited to come and examine, at Habdy & Hates', Jewelers, Silversmiths and Art Dealirs. 529 Smitbield street, Visit our Art Boom on the second floor, REAL ESTATE SAVINGS BANK, T.r, 4101 SmlthHeia Street, Cor. Fourth Avenue. Capital, S100.000. Surplus, J69.000. Deposits of $1 and upward received and interest allowed at 4 per cent. its Bilk mitU-bUck and light shades, fori parties, festivals, cheapest at ohu. bsum&Oo.'ft V 1 KOBE ESGLTSH CAPITAL Will Probably Be Invested In an Important Ballroad Extension. fKPKcx.il. TZLxnaax to thk ntsr atck.! ew Tobk, April a. Eresldent O. D. Ash. ley, of the Wabash, baa returned from Eng land, whither he went to confer with tbe voting committee of English bondholders and stock holders In regard to the proposed extension of the road from Chicago into CttroiL These gentlemen were averse to further building under any circumstances, n evenneiess xur. Ashley's visit has had a good effect. He met tbe committee and laid before them tbe ad vantages of tbe new line. Tbe link was not really a parallel to any existing road, such as tbe Chicago and Erie, whose track the Wabash now nseseaatfrom Chicago. Tbe idea was to transfer business from one line to another. When he came away the English holders were much mure favorable to tbe plan, and on Sir. Ashley's invitation they consented to ap point a representative committee to make a trip over ths system and report to tbe foreign holders. There will be a meeting of directors next week, at which the matter will be dis cussed. Mr. Ashley is hopeful that tbe new line will be under construction within a short time. The estimated cost is less than $3,000,000, and the money is within easy reach. Don't irritate your lungs with a stubborn cough, when a remedy, safe and certain as Dr. Jayne's Expectorant, can be so easily procured. Sore throats and lungs are speedily helped by it. The People' Store Fifth. Ave. Gentlemen, 75o ties at 25o to-day. "We bought 100 dozen of 'em at a price and give you the benefit- Campbell & DICK. ESTABLISHED 1861. .Eyes Examined. 3?reo. Artificial Eyes Inserted. J. DIAMOND, u0"xcthanst. de28-TTsa COMPLEXION POWDER Is an absolute necessity of a refined toilet in this climate MEDICATED 5 1 La E 3 E iafiali. Combines every element of beauty arid purity. . DOZZONrs COMPLEXION POWDER. 60LD BT JOS. FLEMING 4 SON, 112 Market street, rohl&-82-TTSn Pittsburg. AMUSEMENTS. CONCERTS. To-night at Old City Hall. BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. To-morrow night, VERDI'S REQUIEM. Reserved Seats, 52. j Admission, ?L Tickets at Mellor fc Hoene's, Fifth avenue. apSO-S HARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY To-night, Matinees Mouday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, FRANK JONES as SI PERKINS. Thursday nigbt and balance of week. OCR COUNTRY COUSIN. ap28-35 HARRIS' THEATER MRS. P. HARRIS R. L. Britton.' T. F. Dean, Prop. andMgra. Everv afternoon and evening Miron and Eliena Lefflocwell in their new drama, BLUE GRASS. May 4 Go-W'on-Go Mohawk. 4The Indian Mail Carrier." ' ap2S-4.TTS' g ty iEg g-a ig BSE g R K IP ' j ES r ' ' K j5 3 5 fc-gg FACTS WORTH NOTING SADIES' PEBCALE WBAPPEES, Mother Hnbbard and Princess shape, 85c, 98c,.Sl 10, 51 15, 81 25. 1 35, 51 50, $1 65, fl 75, $2. SATINE WRAPPERS,. verv pretty shapes, with and without combination fronts, ?1 75, 52, 52 25, 52 50 and up. ZEPHYR GINGHAMS, made in Mother Hubbard and Princess styles, $2, ' 52 50, $3 and up. IE A GOWNS, made of figured French Challies, with loose-fitting Trench backs, $j to, t so, fa ov, 9i o, to uv, tu ou ana up. . . JET WRAPS A fresh invoice just opened at attractive prices, comprising many new shapes, at $1 45, ? 1 75, $2, $2 50; $3 50, ?4 50, $5, 56 60, ?8 50, $9 75. IiACE AND SILK WRAPS, made with high shoulders and long tabs in front. 59 75, 510 50, 511 45, $12 50. 513 50, 515, 516 50, 518 50, 520 and up. All of these are in latest shapes, and very popular for middle-aged ladies. REDUCTIONS! REDUCTIONS! REDUCTIONS! By reductions we mean exactly what we say, and you'll soon find it out by looking over our line of Children's Short or First Walking Coats. lney come in all tne new materials ana are made in the latest styles. Just note the extent of the cut as evidenced by the following figures: 83 00 Coats reduced to 1 75. 53 50 Coals reduced to $2 60. 54 60 Coats reduced to- 53 00. . 55 00 Coats reduced to 53 50. ; 56 00 Coati reduced to 54 00. ' '. 1 50 CoaU reduced to $4 60, 59 00' CoaU reduced to 55 00. -" Children's Silk Qoats reduced 33 and 40 per cent. "Special bargains in new Blazers, Reefers and Jackets. for Ladies, Misses and Children, J5i 50 to 9 75. Over 200 styles of Ladies' Waists from 50c to $6 50; best value for the-money ever offered. lertfcwm 610518 MARKET STREET. KEW ADVERTISEMENTS. He-No Ted THE FIRS!' TtXI BT'5'!' Q Only In Pclt4,9J Moderate Pce , BECAUSE NOLO TOR Z.ES PROTIT THAN OTHER TrA3 Bew&te IMITATIONS AMUSEMENTS. .PUQTTES3Sr:E3. Pittsburg's Leading Theater. To-night, last Matinee Saturday. Mr. A. & Lip man and a company of popular players, in MR. GUS THOMAS IDYLLIC COMEDY DRAMA, , TECE . BTXlRG-Xj.A.ie,- Next week A. M. Palmer's Stock Company, Sale of seats begins to-day. ALL NEXT WEEK, Mr. A. M, Palmer's Madison Square Theater Stcck Co. REPERTORY : Monday, captamswut." Tuesday, "A Saturday Mat, " "A Patr of Spec tacles" and 'A Man of the World." 4iSnn1liah tff QVinAHr'f Thursday, MODeToncfNature,, Wednesday"! .-saints and and Friday, sinners;" Saturday,r'JIUIHEPE1aK MAY MUSIC . FESTIVAL Mechanical Ball. Exposition Buildings, May 12, 13, 14, IS, 16, Matinees Thursday and Satur day. Prices Reserved seats, single concert Par quet. 2 and $2 SO: balcony, IU SI GO and S2. TICKETS ON SALE at Hamilton's Music Store, 01 and3 Fifth ave. Tbe Steinway & Son piano- used exclusively at all the Festival concerts. ap27-H CKRJUSTD opehroW. To-night, Matinee Saturday Only, LOUIS MORRISON, In FAUST. NEXT WEEK. Wm. A. Brady's Great New York Production of Max Freeman's Adaptation of Albert Ross' Novel THOU SHALT NOT. , PRICES, tl, 75c, 50c 25c 8EATS NOW ON SALS. ap30-S7 THE U. S. MARINE BAND, JOHN PHILIP SOUSA, Conductor. MLIiE. MABTR DECCA, Soprario, In two grand concerts' at OLD CITY" HALL, SATURDAY, May 2, afternoon and evening. Probably the only time this great national or ganisation will ever be heard in Pittsburg.' Seats now on Kale at 3. Hamilton's. Prices Admission, 50c; reserved seats, 75o and tl. apZ7-31 THEATRE TO-NIGHT, u. K. HIGGINS IN KIDNAPPED. Matinee?. Wednt-sday and Saturday. May 4 "A Pair of Jacks." apZM9 pil) ITANOAK" ( HE-Hfl ) TEA P, amuuniM 4S&ty-W i T - i - i i I LADIES' TEA GOWNS and WRAPPERS Our assortment of Ladies' Fashionable Spring Wear to-day stands unrivaled and for elegance of style and honest workmanship cannot be excelled. Be sides, prices, considering quality, are extremely low, and, all things considered, we firmly believe that judicious buyers in search of anything in our line cannot afford to pass us by. Of TEA GOWNS AND WRAPPERS We show an unusually fine selection one from which the most fastidiously inclined will have little trouble in making a choice. ' , NEW ADVEItTISEMJiNXS. Scintillations From theTTailbr Shop. The quotation that "Tho apparel oft pro claims the man" may be more or less hackneyed, but notwithstanding its .chesnntty flavor its like tbe old-time alphabet; must be taughtand re-taught so that the rising generation may know that dress plays as important and con spicuous a part in their every day cares as the Intellectual side of their make-up. A quarter century of experience, the best mechanical skill that capital can secure in con Junction with the largest and most complete stock of Woolens has in a measure brought its Inst renown, so that now tho well-dresned men In town are ontwardly the virtual products of onr craft and handiwork. Suits to order from 620. Trousers to order from 85. Samples and self measure rules mailed on applica tion. wc&L 400 SMITHFIELD-ST. ap27-MTh ELECTRICAL -AND- MEDICAL INSTITUTE. PERM ANESTLY 10CATED AT 442 PENN AVENUE. PITTSBURG. PA. Property Leased for a Term of Years. ELECTRICITY THE CURATIVE AGENT. What some of tbe most noted physicians of the world say of electricity as a curative agent: Sr. Herbert Tlbbita , L. B. C. P., of Loudon, England says: Electricity, properly applied, I find is more beneficial in tbe treatment of all diseases tban all other remedies known. Dr. Robert Karthollow, M. A. LL- D. says: There is no fact more certain than the power of electricity for relieving disease. Dr. B. K. Morrell, San Francisco, Cal., says: I bave found in my practice tbat electricity bas cured more of chronio diseases than all other reme dies. Prof. Huxley, ,U D F. R. a, and Dr. Yonmans say: We bave enred diseases ny electricity where all other remedies bave failed. Dr. Hershom Huff, of New York, says: I must admit electricity as a curative agent surpasses all other remedies. Dr. R. S. Trail), of London. Eaclana, says: 1 bave tried electricity in all forms of female troubles and bave never failed inmakincaenre. In addition to tbe above your attention is called to a few of tbe representative business men of Detroit and Grand Rapids, Mkh., wbo cheerfnlly permit tbe use of tbelr names in support of tbe Electric treatments adminis tered tbroneb the new process from batteries patented and used only in these institutes. DETROIT, MICH. Captain Charles G. Hampton. 970 Woodward avenue. Gilbert C Hart, President Central Savincs Bank. J. G. Hamblen, commission merchant. F. O. Cole, Cole line steamer.". O. W. Shlpman, coal dealer. Captain B. Whit taker, vessel owner. R. C. Stevens, traveling passenger acent C, St. P. 4 K. C. R. R. S.T. Warner. President Michlean Art Glass Co. Alanson 8beely, of Sheely, WilUams 4 Brooks, wholesale druecists. W. H. Corbin. with Ed son, Moore & Co. W. H. Schuyler, wholesale tea dealer. A. J. Fair, real estate dealer. P. A. Glidden, Detroit "Free Press." W. J. Ami bary, with G. C. Wetberbee fe Co. AC. Ray mond, attorney. J. H." Cleveland. Home Sav ings Bank. J. C. Parry, with Northwost Trans. Co. W. H. Doyle, broker. Captain John Oades, shipbuilder and owner. Henry Wett laufer. merchant tailor. General Jobn Pal ford, U. S. A, 40 Carlotte avenue. GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. Maurice Shannaban, Treasurer Blssell Car pet Sweeper Co. George Sanford, traveling salesman Blssell Carpet Sweeper Co. Reubin Bloomer, real estate dealer under Fourth Na tional Bank. D. M. Ainberg. wholesale liquor dealer, 13 and 15 Pearl street. Charles Mc Qnewan, lumber dealor. D. A. Flanerty, con ductor C. W. M. Ry. L. M. Fuller, with C. & W. M. Ry. Co. G. H. Wilraot, harness and carrlaaro dealer. Geonre Id. Ellison, capitalist. West Bridge street; William Jones, traveling salesman Lemon 4 Wheeler. W. H. Ricuardi, furniture dealer, South Division street W. C. Dennlson, dealer in mill machinery, fine car riages, etc.. South Division street. A. Hey. man, bonse furnishers. Canal street. John Mc Donald, blacksmith, power bonse. T. Hooper, proprietor horseshoeing shoo, Louis street. N. H. Elkerton, member Co. K., M, & T. Daniel Palmatler, Wostside. George Stoler, with Grand Rapids Folding Chair and Table Co. Fred Briges, lumber dealer. Henry J. Hart man, iron foundry, Westslde. This treatment, combined with medicine and surgery; which are all supplied in' tbe Institute, bas proved Successful in such diseases as RHEUMATISM, NEORALGIA, PAR ALYSIS. SPINAL DISEASES.LOCOMOTOR, ATAXIA. CATARRH. DYSPEPSIA, LIVER AND KIDNEY TROUBLES. BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, and all morbid conditions arising from debility of the nervous system, produced from whatever cause. Braces and instruments fur all deformities supplied. No matter what ails you call and procures a diagnosis of your case FREE OF CHARGE, or communicate a description of your case by letter. Advice in all cases will be strictly honest and based on knowledge and experience. Free consultation and examination. Office hours 9 to 12 A. 11., 1 to 5 p. M. and 7 to 8 P.M. Address all communications to the Irical ana 442 PEXIT AVE., ' PITTSBURG, PA. N. B. Diagnosis and medicines must be pro eured at'tbe bands of tbe medical director. ' ap2S-80-TuTbS WE ARE MANUFACTURERS OF Mathematical Instruments, And will mail our large catalogue of these goods to any address. OUR SPECIALTY: cTAc5j vJtl SjJ ... .ttiu -ei VraiV eHJJERS WEsu&VJZJhi 1 tf snii hmllij:j:,.-w - WM.E.ST.IEREN, Optician. aplS-rpj Has no rival lo rbo world. 800 years' experi ence in Brazil and two years in tbis country.. It positively cures all diseases arising from lm- Bate blood. No mineral, no failures, no ro ipses. Bold by JOS. FLEMING BON, Druggists, ilUilaikst H.,?ittbnrg. , pSfztrrf wn BL Bmak iLJ HI lBwl r-Jr ' flill I rail VlhlKnJI 11 IPBgi tin llllll ""-f" frrW ByiHii ami ' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. The Three FTs and Three S's ! Howlittle it costs to dress a boy handsomely if you come to the right place! There are three R's in his education, and there should be three S's in his attire STRONG, SERVICE ABLE and STYLISH. We don't Forget that the boy of this generation is the man of the next, and we'don't forget the parents, for we know who pays the bills. You will be aston ished at our prices, and -well you may be, for our regular lines are quoted at prices as low as or lower, than the so-called "bar gains" which are advertised elsewhere. You will find that bur Suits are all sur- prisingly good for the money. We are selling handsome suits for boys, age 10 to 19, made of good S ERVIC E ABL E , UNION CASSIMERE at $5. This suit cannot be du plicated short of $8. BOYS' FINE ALL- WOOL CHEVIOT SUITS ' at $8. Boys' fine home made Worsted Suits at $10 and $12. Make your boy happy. Bring him to our store. Re- 'member, we offer no bribes, no presents to the boys, but we will guarantee you a posi tive saving of from $2 to $4. on every suit of boys' clothing, Clothiers, Tailors, Hatters and Furnishers, 954 and 956 LIBERTY ST., STAR CORNER. ap26-76-TTqu WE flAVE 44 Nobby Merchant Tailor-Made Snita made up by the cream of Merchant Tailors' of Columbus, Ohio. STYLISH SPRING SUITS. We will sell them for $10, $12, $15 and $16. They were made np to order for $25 to $40. A Good Line of Sizes and Colors. ap2S-rrsaa i'EICK BBOS.i ' 21 B1XTH BT. Surgical Instrument Establishment. Speelaltiai: Scientific flttinc nf TRUSSES, aupliatices fur DEFORMITY and ARTIFICIAL LIMBS. '..Largest stock of surgi cal Instruments In Western Fean.- Large Illustrated. ata logue tree to pbjilciaBV VjUlJF" I. - itU-N-nnSl NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. SALLEIUCO Believe in keeping things moving. To-day we have a monster HAT HURRAH. . $2 HAT.FREE With every $15 Man's Snitor,over. Cloth ing 25 per cent lower than other houses. ANOTHER STARTLER! $1 50 Underwear at 75c. Complete suit, plain or fancy colors. Above price good for to-day only. Gome To-Day. fe'll Surprise Ton. SNIVEL Cor. Smithfield and Diamond St?. ap25-TT3 OIL WELI. SUPPLIES. Artesian Wells. For household and mechanical purposes. Prices on application. DARRAGH PURE WATER CO., ja31-43-D 107 First av., Tituburg. x HAYS & TREES, CONTRACTORS. Wemake a specialty otbnildlnc NATURAL GAS LINES and WATER MAINS. Room 410 Hamilton Building. Pittsburg, Pa Correspondence solicited. Telepbone 5L feZi-53 TT3 M. V. TAYLOR, DEALER IN Oil Well Supplies OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Allison Tubing and Casing, ROOMS 35 AND 36 Fidelity bnllding. Tele phone No. 787. Pittsbnrg, Pa. No. 45 W. MAlDEJi BT., Washington. Pa. Telephone No. 12. apl3-18Sl OIL WELL SUPPLY CO,, LIMITED, 91 and 92 WATER ST., PITTSBURG; PA, noS-53-TTS-EOSa IRELAND & HUGHES, FORGEAND MACHINE SHOP -AND MANUFACTURERS OF Oil and Artesian Well Drilling and Fishing Tools, Corner Tweniy-6rsi Street, and A. V. R. R. Telepbone No. 122Z PITTSBURG. PA. ial-3-D AJAX ENGINES -ASTD- '' Corry Boilers. The best Oil Well Machinery In the world. All sizes of Engines and Boilers. Also all sizes Stationary Engines and'Boil ers. Write for prices. Offices in Pittsbure, Washinzton and Butler. Always write or telegraph to Corry Office. . JAMES M. LAMBING, BOLE AGENT, CORRY, PA. mhS-D MANUFACTTJBBRS OP Portable and Stationary ENGINES AND BOILER Works fit Oil City, Pk W. S. WATSON, AoSsnt. -- Office, 108 Fourthly PITTSBURG, PA, .Correspondence solicited. Pricw. on s pucktlssu jSa-iTII CityBoiler forks MEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ANOTHER STARTLING SALE -TV. KAUFMANN Big Honsefnrnislimg Supply DeStTrtment In conjunction with our recently inaugurated and now far-fam Half-Price Sale of Patent (Jranite mence this morning to offer our entire stock of the celebrated BLUE AND WHITE ENAMELED FOR ABOUT 50a These grand cooking utensils housekeeper knows them, and Agate ana Lrramte yvare. CUT OUT THIS LIST Blue and White Enameled Steel Covered Vienna Blue and White Enam eled Steel TEA POTS SAUCE PANS i4 qt, regular price St Yrt or enr 1 qt, regular price 75c,at 40c. 2 qt, regular price $i, at 500. 3 qt,regular price $1 25,at 60c 5 qt,regular price $1 5o,at 75c 7 qt,regular price J5i 75,at85c 2 qt, regular price gi 25, at 65c. 3 qt, regular price $1 40, at 75c. 4 qfc; regular price $1 60, at 85 c. Blue and White Enameled Steel Strong Deep Stew Pans. ij quart, regular price 55c, at 25c 2 quart, regular price 60c, at 30c 2j qtiart, regular price 75c, at 35c. 3 quart, regular price 85c, at 45c. 4 quart, regular price $1, at 50c 5 quart, regular price $1 10, at 55a Blue and White Enameled Steel LiPuPreserMEettle 2 qt, regular price 50c, at 25 c. 2j qt, regular price 60c, at 35a 3 qt, regular price 75c, at 40c 4 qt, regular price 85c, at 45 c 5 qt, regular price $ij at 55c. 6 qt, regular price $1 15, at 60c 8 qt, regular price $1 30, at 75c. WW Blue and White Enameled Steel Wash Basins No. 26, regular price 50c, at 25c No. 28, regular price 60c, at 30c No. 30, regular price 65c, at 35c No. 32, regular price 80c, at 45c. No. 34, regular price 90c, at 50c. Blue and White Enameled Steel Extra Deep Roasting Pans. No. 16, regular price 85c, at 40c No. 20, regular price $1 30, at 60c. No. 22, regular price JSi 50, at 75c No. 24, regular price $1 8o, at 85c. No. 28, regular price $2 50, at $1 25. Blue and White Enameled Steel TEAKETTLES. 3 qt regular price i 75 at 75c 4 qt, regular price Blue and White Enam eled Steel LIPPED SAUCE POTS. 6 quart size, . Regular price $1 23, At 65c. $2, at 93c. 5 qt, regular price $2 25, at Si 15. 7 qt, regular price $2 75, at $1 30. 8 qt, regular price $3 S at x 6o' 11 qt, regular price $4, at $2. YOUR SPECIAL ATTENTION TU ATthe above gods I HA I perfect qualities, ""' mif -nnrQ. BOTH, THE REGULAR AND THE REDUCED PRICE MARKED ON. EVERY ARTICLE, thus showing conclusively tha: sale is a straight, bona-hde anair. KAUFMANN Eif th Ave. and Smithfield St WOrders-byraail foraboYC goods jrorajtlr GRet- 4 Enameled Iron "Ware we will cob STEEL WAR OX THE DOLLAB. need.no explanation. Every. 20 many prefer-them to the popui AND BRING IT WITH YOU. If V Blue and Whitf Enamrtlerl I Steel UPPEDCOFFEEPG1 $1 10, at 50c. 2 qt, regular pr $x 25, at 65c. 3 qt, regular pr? ?i 35. at, 75c d at. regular ml i f . o r t ?i 00, at 05c. Blue and White Enameled Steel StrongLipped SancePans 2 quart, regular price 30c, at 15c 1 quart, regular price 35c, at 180 ij quart, regular price 40c, at 201 2 quart, regular price 45c, at 35c. 2j quart, regular price 55c, at 30c 3 quart, regular price 70c, at 38c. 4 quart, regular price 85c, at 43c Blue and - Enamc Seamless -c Convex Sauce Pv 2 qt, regular, r $1 05, at 50c. 3 qt, regular1, gi 35, at 65c 4 qt, regular x $1 65, at 80&, 6 qt, regular" pr $2, at $1. 8 qt, regular pr $2 50, at $1 3a Blue and White Enameled St( ' DEEP FRY PANS. No. 20, regular price 50c, at 2t ! No: 22, regular price 60c, at 3c. No. 24, regular price 6 :, at 35c jno. 2D, regular price 7?c, at 4oci No. 28, regular price 90c, at 45c No. 30, regular price $1 05, aBI Blue and Whitj EnamelM Aee STEW AN i qt, regc" r 50c, at 2; 4 qt, reguw prl )i 10, at 60c J 5,qtr regular pr jsi 35, at 05c; IS CALLED TO THE FA are N0 "SECONDS," but first-cl; same as sold by other hou.: jmv 1 TBr. l . Jm yZ at- 1 '- &Bit