THE KTTSBITRG DISPATCH,, TUESDAY, MAT 5. 1891.
KILLED BY A DEPUTY.
Another Fatality Caused bj -the
Coke Region Troubles.
They Insist That There Will Be -Mo More
fooling With Strikers.
HANI MILLS COMPELLED TO STOP W0
tarCOU. TILtOMX TO TBS EIRFi.TCH.1
ScoTXDAliE, May 4. The shooting to
day of a man named Mohan at Ieisenrinc
2To. 1 was the sensation in the coke regions.
It is stated that the strikers had imprisoned
tiro men in their bouses. The company
cent aforceoftinkerton guards to search
the houses and release the men. They were
resisted by a large crowd, headed by John
Mohan. The deputies fired and Mohan was
tilled. Several others were hurt.
To-day a special train brought ISO Hun
garians to the region, and to-night two
more trains followed with another lot of 250
Italians. The new men were dropped off at
Central. Morewood, Davidson and 'the Iieis-t
enrmfs. A similar number is' expected to
morrow and is likely to be followed by a .
still greater number every day during the
There Will Be No Fooling,
A leading operator said to-night: "There.
is no more fooling in this business, the mem
have been waited for and given their last
chance; people who are willing to work will
be brought in right along now as fast as we can
get onr houses and special trains will bring
them. The end of the week will show the
strikers that the operators don'tpropose to fool
wltb them any longer."
There has now been about 2.000 new men
bronchi into the region. This number mar be
trebled the next five days. Evictions at Broad
ford. Lelsenrlng and Central works were con
ducted on the wholesale plan to-day. Heir 100
families were set out. All was quiet and
orderly at the Central works. Shentt Clawson
was accompanied Dy the Mt. Pleasant company
ot the National Guard. Their presence there.
It is thought, prevented any outbreak. Promi
nent among tue list of evictions was John De
Haven, of Broadford. member of the Scale
Committee and Assistant District Secretary.
Ho was here on duty to-day and was not aware
that bis household goods were being thrown
out on the public highways until a messenger
brought him the word several hours afterward.
Claims of the Labor People.
The labor people continue to claim Jlmtown
and Sterling works arc disabled. The company
positively deny any trouble at Jimtown and as
sert the full run as made to-day and the regular
number of cars of coke shipped. They admit,
however, that two strikers "duped the Super
intendent at Sterling in being permitted to re
turn to work only to lcau a number of the men
out. Sterllug will not make quite a full run to
day, but is expected to have lully recovered by
to-morrow. "Ibis break" said an operator to
day "will be the cause of costing a great number
of labor leaders their jobs. Up to this time any
oi.e requesting has been allowed to return to
work but hereafter wo will know our men be
fore they are employed. It may be difficult to
turn all of them dotvu, but some we kuow very
well now and the further they forever remain
away from us the better."
An exciting time i anticipated hero to
morrow when the bocialuts attempt to hold
one oi ineir meetings, onme 01 me "Keus"
have been injudicious enough to asert tbev
would inMst upon Cirrj iug the red flag. The
heart of every patriotic citizen in town has
1 cea stirred to a high pitch and loud threats
are being made against permitting the red flag
to be carried. It is being quietly rumored that
both the Grand Army of the Republic and
Senior and Junior Orders of American Me
chanics have held special meetings to protest
against the reds aud tnav be expected to lead
in a movement to drive the Socialists out of
THE BATED MUBDEE TBTAT.
Many Wheeling Citizens Willi Opinions
Suinmonod to Serve on the Jury,
rsractar. tclescjoi to tiii dirpatcr.
TVheelkg, May 4. The trial of Dr. George
T. Garrison, indicted for the murder ot Dr.
George Baird on the morning of March 7 last,
was commenced this morning before Judge
Campbell. The State was represented by
Prosecuting Attorney John A. Howard aud
Captain B. B. Dovener, while Colonel W. W.
a Arnett and ex-Senator J. B. Somcrvllle ap
peared for the defense. There was a formal de
murrer to tbe indictment, which was promptly
A overruled, and then the defendant plc-ided not
guilty, and the business of getting a jury was
Two thirds of tbe talesmen questioned con
fessed to a feeling of prejudice as to tbe case,
and everyone had formed au opiuion as to tbe
guilt or innocence of tbe accused. Ono hun
dred additional talesmen were ordered sum
moned for to-morrow, and it look: as if too
most of the week will be tauec in an effort to
secure a jury. The trial and the prisoner are
topics oi general conversation to-night. The
original number of talesman was 140.
EFFECTS OF COKE 8CAEC1TY.
The Cleveland Boiling Stills Are Said to Be
In a Bad Way.
FF1CCTA1. TXX.XUBAU TO THE DISPATCn.!
Cleveland, Ma 4. There is a prospect of
6,000 men being thrown out ot employment in
tbe mills here this week, owing to the long
drawn out coke strike in Pennylvanla. All
the departments ot tbe immense Cleveland
rolling mills and others in thl3 section have
been so changed tbat they cannot use coal in
place of the lessening supply of coke. For
some weeks the supply has been growing less,
and some days ago the great Bessemer plant
was obliged to suspend operations.
Yesterday morning the flres of one of tbe
rod mills down tbn valley were banked, and tbe
men were told there would be no work until
the coke strike was ended. The stock of Bes
semer iralmost exhausted, and by to-morrow
It l-i thought tbe blooming, rail and bar mills
will be shut down, which will scon be followed
by the several blast furnaces. It is thought
the scarcity of coke will have a good effect in
causing such a general shutdown tbat when
the mills resume there will be a good price
paid for iron and steel.
ERIE'S HTKICIPAE MUDDLE.
A Deadlock Broken After Many 'Weeks of
tSPXCIAL TELECUAM TO THS DISPATCH. 1
eie. May 1 The long-drawn-out contest in
the Select Council cf this city has come to an
end. The members cf the body were evenly
divined, and each side bad set up its man, and
they stood 3 to S in every instance. It was al
leged that the Mayor of the city was taking an
undue Interest on behalf of one of the candi
dates, aud that fact added greatly to the excite
ment of tbe several late meetings.
It was finally decided tbat they all resign and
send in tbelr resignations this evening. Mean
while some sweet spirit of peace, or fear of
being knocked out, forced an armistice, and
they met this evening and drew lots for Chair
man. The mantle fell on the shoulders of
Jacob Kaltenbach. a prominent hotel pro
prietor. The dead-lock has been broken only
after city contracts of over 500.000 have been
delayed and placed in a most awkward position.
THE STEIKE AT Y0TJNGST0W5.
Carpenters and the Contractors Remain
Firm In the Fight.
nrXCIAt, TM.SPBAM TO TUB DISPATCH.:
YOUKO&TOWK-, May 4. With a single excep
tion, the lines between tbe contractors and car
penters remain unbroken. At the planing mill
of Frederick Hoffman three carpenters who
had been in his employ, and were members of
the Carpenters' Union, returned to work to
day. The Central Trades Union assert tbat
they are not connected with tbe present
lockout, and criticise the carponters for taking
up a fight which was stirtcu by miners, slater
and painters' unions.
All tbe miners through the Mahoning Valley
are still Idle and none of tbe operators received,
any Information as to when tbey Intended to
return to work. Tbe miners want a nine hour
day, and tbe demand, it is claimed, will not be
THE DTJNKAED'S CONFEEEKCS.
Great' Preparations Being Made for the
Picnic Kear nagerstown.
IKriCIAt. TELICKAJl TO TIIX DISrATCIM
Hageestowjt. May 4. Some time in Jnne
tbe Daukards will bold a conference at this
place. It Is expected 15,000 or 20.000 members
of that denomination will attend. Great prep
arations are being made to accommodate tho
visitors, and contracts have been let for 204003
feet of lumber for buildings.
A tabernacle 120 by l4fect will be erected
near tbe seminary, and also a large number of
temporary houses for boarding and lodging
or visitors. The places will be lighted with
electric lights, and water and goods will be de
livered on the grounds for the many thousands
SHE TOOK POISON.
A Toung Woman or Warren Follows the Ex
ample of Her Father.
IfTXCLM. TSXXOBJLX TO TKI DISFATCB.1
Warren, May 4. Yesterday morning Miss
Uelvlna Knapp commuted suicide by taking
poison, causing Instant death. A note ad
dressed to ex-Senator O. a Allen was found,
requesting that In case of ber sodden death he
should make distribution of 1200.
The unfortunate young woman was engaged
to a young man, and heard of his recent mar
riage to another lady, which is supposed to have
caused ber to cemmlt the deed. Ber father
committed suicide ten years ago without ap
7IBES HEAB M0EGAHT0WH.
A Great -Tract of land Burned Over by
rsrscux. tsxiobxx to tux dispatch. i
Mobqantown, May i. Reports have just
reached town of extensive fires in the mount
ains west of this place. A tract of land five
miles long and two wide was enrnedovr. A
large amount of timber, bark and many fences
were destroyed. Over 209 men were engaged in
fighting the fire. No residences were burned,
owing to their being situated on cleared ground.
Her Leg Badly Torn.
J EPXCIAX. TZJ-rORAM TO THX DISPATCH.
ALLIAKCE, May 4. As Mr. Finsel and his
wife, residing near Bergholz, were driving
'heme from church Sunday, their little 9-year-
old daughter ran to meet them. In trying to
cllmp in tbe buggy, the child's limb caught in
the wheel just as the horse gave a spring for
ward, and her leg was terribly torn. Her re
covery is doubtful.
Closed by the Sheriff.
rtPXCIAL TXI.ZOKAX TO THX DISPATCBt
Alliance, Mar 4. II. Wolinskey, clothier,
was closed by the Sheriff to-day. Liabilities,
1&000, mostly doe to Buffalo firms. The assets
are about JS, 000.
I can speak in the highest terms of Dr.
Jayne's Expectorant, from personal knowl
edge, having used in my family recently,
with the best results. In fact, our family
physician advised us to get it, as he "knew
of nothing better for affections of the throat
and lungs." We did so, and the severe
attack my wife had was speedily relieved.
She was so had that it was difficult for her
to swallow, or even breathe. "We shall use
it in future, and enthusiastically recom
mend it to all. Mr. C H. Raven, Ceresco,
Michigan, December 29, 1890.
FINE TJl'KIGHT FIAXO, 8300.
Square Piano, 8175. Square Piano, 8125.
A magnificent 7 octave upright piano
(used very fittle), with all improvements,
excellent tone, handsomely carved case and
splendid action, will be sold, fully war
ranted, for $200, including cover and stool.
Also a square piano, in perfect order, for
$175, and a square piano at $125. A rare
opportunity to buy a piano at a greatly re
J. If. Hoffmann & Co.,
537 Smithfield street
A Gabler. Decker, Steinway, Sphmer and
a few other celebrated pianos at less than
one-half the original cost
A Dollar a Minute.
"We want to sell 00 men's business and
dress suits to-day at $8 each, or at the rate of
$1 a minute, to clean out the entire lot Sizes
of suits, 33 to 44, breast measure, made up
in cheviots, worsteds, serges and cassimeres,
sacks or cutaways $3 for your choice.
P. C. C. C, PlTTSBUEO COMBIXATIOH
Cxothiug Compajty, corner Grant and
Many Ladles Do Not Know
That they can have their children's huts
trimmed at Mrs. E. Barker's (formerly C
A. Simpson's), 618 Penn avenue. Mrs.
Barker announces an informal opening (or
Thursday, May 7, when the latest novelties
in ladies' and children's hats will he dis
played. No cards. All are invited.
Lincrnsta walton, pressed goads, hand
made goods; also cheap and medium grades,
with ceilings, friezes and borders to match,
and a fnll line of wood moldings, at
"Welly's, 120 Federal street, 65, 67, 69 and
71 Park way. its
THE PEOPLE'S STOKE FIFTH: AYE.
1700 Square Feet
That's the size of our new department for
ladies' and children's shoes. First opening
to-morrow. Call and see it
Campbell & Dick.
. Special Sale of Dresses.
To-day and Wednesday all woolen dresses
marked down to make room for summer
opening of high class novelties in organdies,
dimity, gingham and China bilk dresses.
Pabcels & Jones. 29 Fifth av.
Millions of rolls wall paper to he sold
at a price, at Welty's, 120 Federal street,
65, 67, 69 and 71 Park way. its
The People's Store Fifth Avenue
Dqn't forget that we open our new shoe
department to-morrow. Eead our ad.
Campbell & Dice.
Free This Month.
Large crayon portrait with every dozen
cabinets. Lies' Gallebt,
- ttsu 10 and 12 Sixth street.
Summer Shoes. ..
Ladies' lasting or serge slippers, 50c;
ladies' lasting or serge congress gaiters, 75c.
men's, boys' and Youths' tennis shoes at G.
D. Simen's, 78 Ohio street, Allegheny, Pa.
THE PEOPLE'S STORE-FIFTH AVE.
"We open our new shoe department Come
in and see it
Linoleums at prices not to be found in
anv other store in either city, at Weltv'i,
120 Federal street, 65, 67, 69 and 71 Park
"Little, the optician, 511 Penn avenue.
Can be .tiade with each
pound of Cleveland's Superior
Baking Powder than with the
canie quantity of any other
sure -iream of tartar powder
Cleveland Baking Powder Co.,
81 & 83 Fulton St., 2IEW YORK.
Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder is sold
by Geo. K. Stevenson Co, Wm.B.lage A Boo,
Knbn AUo-Jobn A. Hensbaw Co., James
,Lockhart, Wu. France drSen, Miller Uroa,
Aiiegswy, ana ouiwiugB-eiMS jpeeers. xn
You'll Be Well Paid
For your time if vou call at our store to-day
and see the superb lot of men's business and
dress suits we have marked at $8 each.
Smooth or rough materials, plain or fancy
designs, light or dark colors. Come to our
store to-day, a first-class suit will cost yon
P. a C C.( PlTTSBUEO COMBrNATIOIT.
Clothing Company, corner Grant and
Oxford ties; nice softglsxed dongola, hand
tnrn, flexible soles, at 81 zs, at
Simen's, 78 Ohio street, Allegheny. Ps.
Of high class novelty dresses in organdies,,
dimity, gingham, challl and Cbina.silk. ,
Parcels & Jones, 29 Fifth ay.
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
t William Mlehaells. SUarpsbur
Fredericks W. bebarnowatt. fcharpsourg
I Charles T. BIcter. Allegheny
I Mary M. Bracken Fltfiburg
I Edward O'Brien IJar,t
i Annie Wilheim Flttsbur
William Vojtt. MeKeesport
Hulda Krelsel...-. MeJlee.port
Conrad Hllderbrand Duquesne
I Delia it. Miller : Duquesne
J Joseph.!. Btromp E!it,SnTe
X Llsxie Kurx...... Pittsburg
J Michael Jacobs .......Pittsburg
Teoraosa Hana i Pittsburg
c Joseph Hohman Allegheny
Augusta Dletsch AllesnenT
I Harry King EJJ5nrc
I Katie Affolter Pittsburg
5 Simon Bnmlller . Shenango
Fannie Eberle Eeserve tonnshlp
(Martin Mackiewicx Pittsburg
J Adolpu Schroltt E.m,Sur
Mariraretha Avend - .....Pittsburg
J Adam Dobmjskl K.lrt,5urK
J Martha Uzeta Pittsburg
Michael Grogan sewlcKiey
I Annie fowler bewlckley
I William Price Mooa townsmp
I Mary Harrison Moon township
5 George T. Prlnyerd Klce's Landing
I Sarah C. Burket Pittsburg
Engenlo Ferovlto Coal Valley
) Xettle Megraw.. Allegheny
1 Caroline Huebel Allegheny
f HenrvNlcholu Homestead
Annie Phillips. .-. Allegheny
i Bernard Henrers. Jr. Pittsburg
i Anna B. Boehm bharpsburg
(Charles J. Schade Pittsburg
X Mary E. Bluer Pittsburg
Robert Hardv Pittsburg
I Jane Carr Pittsburg
t Frnest Bausch Pittsburg
I Mary Imboden Allegheny
i William H. Craft MUlsboro
I Belle West. Txemont
(John Sltzman Pittsburg
X Anna 8. bchnecker Pittsburg
(Leon A. Fuhr '. i Alliance, O.
I Jessie L. Flnen Alliance, O.
I Patrick Griffin Pittsburg
J barah Howard Pittsburg
( William Balllle McKcesport
J Lizzie Isenberg. Beserve townsnip
1 James L., Lowry iinarpsburg
1 Annie G. Barton Sharpsburg
( George Blernesser bliarpsburz
1 Clara Ltttz SUarpsburg
I Frank H. Crossen Duquesne
1 Katie M. Mertdltb MctCeeiport
( Adolf Berkovlts , MeKeesport
I BarUKUn MeKeesport
IClll Israel .MeKeesport
BEST On Sunday, May 3, at 5 P. M., Eliza
beth Al. Best, wldaw of the late Joseph Best,
at tbe residence of her daughter, Hannah
Bturgis, Sharpsvllle, Pa., in her 81st year.
Notice of fnneral hereafter.
CHAPMAN At Sprlngboro. Pa., on Mon
day, May 4, 1891, at 2 p. M., Mrs. Robey Orks
bee CuxrKAN, mother of Dr. Miller J. Chap
man, of Penn avenue.
Funeral on Wednesday, at 2 p. m.
HALLIWELL-On May 3. 1891, at tbe resi
dence of her parents, Maby Eva. daughter of
James and Alice HalllwelL aged 20 years 10
months and 4 days.
Funeral from Hickman station, Pittsburg
Chartlers and Yonghiogheny Railroad, at 9 a'.
HEWITT On Snnday morning. May 3, 1891,
at 7:30 o'clock, Thomas E. Hewitt, aged 10
Funeral services at his late residence. Forbes
street, nearDithridge, on Tuesday evekino
at 8 o'clock.
HOD1L On Saturday. May 2. 1S9L at 7il5
P. JL. Ann, widow of tbe late Henry HodiL In
the 76th year ot her age.
HUNTER On Saturday. May 2. at 1:30 P. SL.
Edith P. Hunter, daughter o( Ellen and the
late Robert Hnnter, at the residence of her
mother, 60 Jackson street, Allegheny.
Funeral services on Tuesday, Maya, 1S91, at
3 P. si. Interment private at a later hour. 3
KITZMILLER On Batnrday, May 2, 1831,
suddenly at 2-10 P. M., Charles E.. eldest son
of Edward A. and Lizzie Duff Kiuiniller,
aged 18 years and 6 months.
LUDWIG On Sunday. May 8. 189L at 8 p.m.,
Sherman Henry Ludwiq, son of Ernest
and EmmaXudwlg, age 4 months and 11 days.
Funeral takes place on Tuesday, at 2 p. m
from tbe residence of parents, 217 Spring Gar
den avenue, Allegheny. Friends of the family
McKINLEY On Monday. May 4. 1891. at
10:18 A. IL, FRANCIS, only child of Frank and
Annie McKinley (nee Hunt), aged 17 months.
Funeral from the parents' residence, Spring
alley, between Twenty-first and Twenty-second
streets, on Wednesday at 2P. h. Friends of
tbe family ate respectfully invited to attend.
PAPPERT-On SunCay. May 3. at 4.30 A. Jr.,
Louisa Bertha, infant daughter of Philip
and Annie Pappert, aged 5 months.
Funeral from the residence of her parents,
corner Avery and North streets, Allegheny, on
Wednesday, May 6, at 8:30 A. M. Mass at St.
Mary's Church at9.A.u. Friends of tbe fam
ily are respectfully invited to attend. Inter
ment private. 8
PAUL At the family home. No. Ill Collins
avenue. Nineteenth ward, on Sunday, May 8,
1891, at E.3U a. it., David Paul, In the 81th year
of bis ago.
Funeral services at St. James' A. M. .
Church, corner Howard and St. Clair streets.
East End, on TUESDAY, 8th lust, at 2 P. it.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend. 2
ROBINSON At Crif ton.' P. C. C. &St.L.
K, R.. on Monday, May 4, at 4 o'clock P. jr..
Carie Price, widow of tbe late Eccles Rob
inson. Service at the residence of Robert Mont
gomery on the arrival of the 12 o'clock train
from Pittsburg, on Wednesday afkernoon.
Funeral from Fourth avenue depot on the ar
rival of the 2.10 o'clock train, city time. 2
RUSSELL At tbe Home for Aged Women,
WilUnshurg. on Sabbath, May S, 1S9L at 3 P.
it.. Mrs. Eliza Russell, in her 72d year.
SCHEICK On Saturday. May 2. at 3 P. St.,
at ber residence. Rochell strcoi, Enoxvllle
borongb. Mrs. 8ARAH A. SCHEICK, In the 78th
year of her age.
Funeral Tuesday, May 5, at 2 p. h. Car
riages leave SeramelrockBros'., Carson streetat
1 p. St. Friends of tbe family are respectfully
invited to attend. 2
THOMAS JOHN.son of William W.Thomas,
416 Manor street. Sonthslde.
Fnneral from his father's residence on Wed
nesday, May 6, at 2 p. M. Friends of the
family are respectfully Invited to attend.
WISE Gone ta rest on Monday, May 4, at 8
p. m., Maby Margaret, relict of tne late
John Wise, in ner 71st year.
Fcneral from her late residence, Stott town
ship, near Mausfield, Pa., ,on Wednesday,
May 6, at 2 p. L Carriages will leave P. Foley's
stable at 12.30 P. M. Friends of the family are
respectfully Invited to attend.
(Cleveland papers please copy.) .
JAMES ARCHIBALD 4 BRO..
LIVERY AND SALE BTABLhS,
96 and 98 becond avenue, between Wood and
Carriages for funerals, S3. Carriages for
operas,parties,etc,at the lowest rates. All new
carriages. Telephone communication.
"pEPRESKTfTiSD IN PITTSBURG IN 1801.
ASSETS - . J9,0T1,?95 S3.
Insurance Co. of North America.
Losses adjusted and paid by OTLLlAM L.
JONES. 81 Fourth aTenue. ja2(W9-D .
WESTERN INSURANCE CO.
NO. 411 WOOD STREET.
ALEXANDER NXM1CK. President.
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President. '
C18-33.TTS WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary
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aggregate of goods required
for our Spring stock .of
IN BUYING LARGE
QUANTITIES for CASH,
and .SELLING LARGE
QUANTITIES for CASH,
we cut the margins close on
both sides. This explains
the secret of our large annual
sales. In buying, make it
always your duty to see first
what good values your ready
money will purchase from us.
To be the leading expo
nents of correct taste in
housefurnishing, to be con
servators of popular prices,
to be recognized as models of
fidelity to the interests of our
patrons, constitute the con
trolling principles and policy
of our business.
JV. B. Our Sprine Cir
cular, with engraved copies ofy
several great oargains zn. Nott
ingham Lace Curtains, is now
ready for distribution.
0. M'CLINTOCK & CO.,
33 FIFTH AVE.
You as the prettiest things the
loom can produce.
Although selling fast, assortment
still complete, from the cheapest to
the best. PATTERNS to please
everyone and at PRICES that we
guarantee to be the lowest
Best Body Brussels, Carpet
and 5-8 Border, at $1.
Best Extra Super, 20 yards
for $11 60. .
GINNIFF & STEINERT,
305 WOOD ST.
The Wood St. Carpet House.
3. ESQAKT. SHUMAS.
CUAS. R. SHUXAN.
We are pre
pared to re
ceive and ex
for all sorts of Upholstery work.
Our stock of materials comprises
everything desirable. Our work
rooms are in charge, of Mr. William
Whetworth, from D. S. Hess, Broad
way and Eighteenth st, New York.
Old furniture remodeled and re
upholstered. We clean lace curtains.
426 WOOD ST.
Including tlis Undine FASHIONABLE
PATTERNS for Gentleman. Imported and
domestic cloth LATEST STYLES.
H. & O. P. AHLBES,
420 Smithfield Street. Telephone 1SK),
JAS. MNEIL & BRO
BOILERS. PLATE AND SHEET-IRON
PATENT SHEET IRON ANNEALING
With-an increased capacity and hydraulic
machtnery,Jwe are prepared to furnish all work
In our line chtmrer and better than br the old
,meftodJ.' Repairing and 'general .maohlne
onc(r. Tweatr.nmtfciStreotana rAlleeheny'
The' 'object x
of the ob- gfoggfos
ject- lesson OrK
in this cut (0
is to convey ' jfeHW
TBjiS)'(3 some idea
tSimm"" f t h e
B. & B.
To-day like this will make a
Thaf will be of muck import
ance to a good many women
perhaps two or three hundred
(not more than that as there will
not be yards enough to serve mote
than that many. Here's what it is.
Assorted, no two pieces alike, 40
Suitings 'and Novelties.
Is the JPRIOFJ on each and every
piece in the collection. The. 81 60
and $2 qualities will be picked out
first that's your pleasure and
privilege. This offering and sale of
2,100 yards of
High Class' Goods
All at one price, and that price
Occurs to-day, and is worth your
Worth your notice.
52-inch Natural Camel's Hair.
Super Extra Quality.
TAN SHADES IN PLAIN,
And the new"Zig-Zag" qr Diamond
Weave Stripe (81 60 kind), at
Black and Plain White India
From 7Cc to $1 50 a yard, the nicest
material in the world for serviceable
summer dresses. Call and examine
onr assortment, or send for samples
Alto a beautiful line of
Black Drapery Nets,
Black Lace Flouncings
And Narrow and Wide Laces
In a variety of patterns at the very
lowest prices. Send for samples,
or call and examine the goods.
Home & Ward,
41 FIFTH AVE.
Ice Specialty Co,.
ia xmra a v.
I II Wlms At50C'
yTwm At 58c
II I II At '&
wPwns) At $2 00,
la fif 4&
jpfi 1 m'-T '
FLEISHMAN A CO.,
KETW ADVERTISEMENTS, f
So (fear and
Yet So Far.
He Wants His Coat and Hat
but there's something in
the way. It's our business
to remove obstacles, to see
that high prices don't stand
in the way and to make it
easy for you to obtain the
best in the market without
straining your pocketbook.
We make it just as much to
your interest to deal with
us as it is to our interest to
secure your custom. What
you want is the best that
you can buy for the money;
what we offer you is better
than you can purchase for
the same money anywhere
else. You can find no bar
gains in clothing which be
gin to match our special
Home-Made Spring Suits
$10, $12 and $15.
This line of fine suits em
braces some of the best
makes of Serges, Cheviots,
Cassimeres and Worsteds
in the market.
Special Offer in Odd
Trousers Some .750 pairs
of fine Trousers, regularly
sold at $5 and $6, we have
reduced to $3, $3 50 and $4
in order to reduce our sur
plus stock, light, medium
and dark colors. See this
special line of fine Home
made Clothing before going
Hats and Men's Furnishings.
Extraordinary bargains in
these lines. Our own square
crown, THE LEAGUE,
continues to be a success.
Every other well dressed
gentleman wears one of
Jacksons' League Hats.
Visit our Hat and Furnish
ing Department and buy the
best the market affords.
Custom Tailors, Clothiers, Hat
ters and Furnishers,
- - , worth 50c
- - worth 75c
worth $1 00
- worth 1 25
- ,- worth $1 50
, - worth $2 00
- .- worth $2 50
BABY CARRIAGES !
From JSi So to $50.
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IN, OF COURSE,
YOUR BENEFIT, TOO. , ' v-v
IS HERE, SO ARE WE. ' ''
US NOT, BUT CALL AND SEE
ATA SEflD-OPF WE ABE GOING TO GIVE-MAY
WITH A GRAND
MEN'S FINE SUITS.
We shall make special prices on
thisweek, and it will be a most favorable time financially, we mean
for you to select your new spring outfit
No matter what you have your, mind set upon, you'll find it here,
and in a quantity and variety from
any o ther store in the city.
SEE THE LINE OF LIGHT-COL OBEIh SUITS
IN ALL THE POPULAR MATERIALS BE
TWEEN $5 AND $15. ELEGANT SOFT-ROLL $
SACKS AND NOBBY CUTAWAYS IN NEW
AND POPULAR SHADES. : : : : : ;
Black Cheviota in Sacks and Frocks, in all the new styles, from'
$p GO to $15.
IN WORSTEDS, CASSIMERES, CHEVIOTS,
DIAGONALS AND CORKSCREWS, AN IM
MF.N8E ASSORTMENT BETWEEN $3 50
' Complete stock of Grand Army Suits $6 50 to $15.
We have named prices that ought to crowd a store in the suburbs'1
with customers, and in addition we shall give a copy of
"THE UFE AND DEEDS OF GERERAL SHERMM
This is a large 6oo page book, cloth bound and gold embossed. It
contains a full account of the life of the great General, and includes the
story of his famous March to the Sea. The work abounds in maps and
illustrations, and your library will be made more complete with a copy.
We present every purchaser of Sio and over in Men's Clothing with ,
300 TO 400
We invite you to look at our splen
did stock of Men's and Boys'
Clothing. If the lowest prices and
the finest qualities are any object we
are confident of your patronage. All
the Clothing is of our own Wana
maker & Brown manufacture.
New, stylish, seasonable. A com
plete storeful of dependable goods.
Men's Spring Suits, brand new
effects, $12, 15, $18, 20. ?
Boys' and Children's Suits' fronr.'
$4 up to $10. , i
1 Every garment
interest to those who. want to save
Suits to order, 25.
Over 2,000 styles for
. Everybody who
'.they can et their
COR. SIXTH ST.
. IK ILL THE WOKLD TI1KKE 13 EOT 0.1! COBB.
DR. HAINES' GOLDEN SPECIFIC,
Item be clven Inacup of coffee or tea. or la
articles of rood, without tbe knowledge or tbe pi
tlent, Itnecea.arT. ltl. absolutely nannies, and
will effect a permanent and speed care, whether
the patient Is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic
Wreck. If MEVi.lt 'A1I.S. It operates so
-qnletlyandwltl! such certainty that the patient
undergoes no inconvenience, and ers he Is aware,
bis complete reformation Is cfiectcd. C page boolt
free. To be had or
Jl.J. lCAS KIN. Sixth anil Fenn St., I'lttshnrg:
mde .upplled br OKU. A. KKXL.Y & Xr.. I'lttU
DR. HAIJ5ES' GOLDEN SPECIFIC.
" DBXJ8 K EN NKbS."-
JOa FLEMING & SON.
J 12 Market street,
' Ii- MAY, SONS & CO. "" W.3H
, . , , JF1NE DYEINa ASl) CLEANING. . ' 303. iLEMIQ 4 SOiH
J li - - - BA IMMBL MBL. ?,Vm
every suit in our Men's Department '
which to select, not to be matched in
- &U '
in our store of Z ","
' ' S
buys pleased, or.&
money back. J Zh
AND PENN AVE
Is a relief and anrs enra far
the Urinary Organs; Qtartt
and Chronic Catarrh of tk
The Swiss Stom.eh BHhea
ara a anrs cnr for DtstmimIaJ
teads mass Lixer ComDlalnt and btstt
species of lndisesthro. 3S
Wild Cherry Tonfe, the most popular prepay
ration for care of Conghs. Colds, Bronchia
and Lnns troubles. -7"i
Either of tho above, II per bottle, or 6 for.
If vonr drueht does not handle these (rood
write 10 WJj.F.ZOELLEK.SoloM'frifl
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