.THE PITTSBUR&. DISPATCH. TTJESDAT;: MAY r 5, 1S9L
yLAST- OF THE LISTS.
fe Aauii-s orsuccessfnl Wholesalers and
Bottlers Handed Ou!.
TSERE ARE A GREAT MAX Y MISSIKG
k Terj Considerable Kednction From ike
List of Last l'esr.
1VCB 0? A L8XG TERM OF LICSBB CODET
The longest term of license court cTer held
in Pittsfctirg -" at laEt come to a close, and
.yesterday the list of successful wholesalers
' and bottlers was handed down. The Hue
a'ooot the Clerk of Court's cSce when the
list came down as esc of wild excitement.
Fully 200 persona vrera gathered iu the
office. They were mostly applicants who
were forcibly compelled to close down their
business for two days and who suffered a
Joss of thousands of dollars. The list there
fore, meant to them a get deal and that
there was excitement was to he expected.
The clerks tried to pacify the crowd by
reading the list to them and it was only
after continued reading that they could te
Is handing the list down, Judge White
remarked that the Court knew that some
mistakes had been made. Men vere granted
licences that should haTe been refused,
while others were refused who should have
been cranted. The information in these
cases had come too late to be of use to the
Court. There should be rehearing, the
Court thought, iu seme cases, but that
would not be fair to the others, and that
would mean a reopening of the entire list,
and there would, therefore, be no rehear
ings; and while the Court was satisfied that
mistakes had been made, they could not
now be corrected.
Where the Ust Was Cut.
The cut-down in the wholesalers has been
very j:reat, and was just what was expected.
Many thought there Tvonld be even a greater
cnt. The following table of 1890 and this year
will show the decrease ana where it was
Alleplieny . S3
Allegheny ............... IS
Total - SS
Following is the list of successful applicants
for wholesale licenses:
Pittkburs Wholesalers for 189L
First ward Banman. Bartliold,40S Ferry street:
Bont;i. FruiV. 10 Diamond bquare: Bennett,
Ocl 11. S. Co . m Ural avenue 1 riedi.mu. Max,
IU Marati street. Fleming Jos. Jt Sou, 412 Market
street: Krcv, O'to. 7 Dltinond fcquarc: (lucken
liclmer A 0 ,VJ and J5 First avenue; Hamburger,
Philip A , ro-uiJ.TC Diamond Square: Kllpura
liiiEfr, ; ,Hh. SMuiuuil bqnare: Kelly. Geo.
11. A Co.. im. 19", 105 anil 107 Wood strei-c:
U'Duhfrtr. l t Jtfn . :j and lSAVater 6treet:
Ko-enthai, lljer, C Kerry street: fccueuti, Keu
tli liaucii X oo . 100 and 10- ilarket street:
Khuildt U:io. 15 Diamond square.
b-coud ward Abel, John 1.., Bach, Peter, 14S
and 1j Wattr bticct anil 188 and 190 lrtlavenne;
BniLitinp, Oiarle and F. H.. 226 second avenue;
l'lne!.. Iiit ... !2bmltlifle!d street; Pinch. John
loi W aler street. Oetl, Joseph, Jr.. ISO and
132 i-irrtavcuiif and 141 Water rireet; Holmes, W.
11 i. -on, '20 . iter street ; jiueller. F. WM tor
ner mid avenge and Try tt-eet: Kohm, Joseph,,
corner Shiii;U and ForbtsMreets: Kinu, Phillip,
lobC"iiiltvcuufSpeck.J.J .MSMnllhlleli; street;
hui.-:c!n. c. 123 and 134 Water aud C -lulthfleld
street. Wtller Bros. 157 iirst avenue: Wolt
11 -nrj- 2:a 3 nd J34 Seeond avenue.
Ti.;rt rJ Frliiav. William J , 6-0 hmithlield
fctret- Ollu.'jre W J.. A Co.. 60beventti alenne,
lit ifc: ii.. 11. C. SOtoenth menue: Ilitru. I,.
J!., i'rec i oiutxny, 4b and 43 feci tilth aienue;
Mi it William C a, Co., 18 Diamond tquarc,
-'k-tr..i-iw tj.. 2R Diamond stre-et" Lilppiucott.
Cr'nh , SMbmitlifielu street: Schmidt. G. W.
'.-. anil 97 Klltli avenuu
l.iurtb ward Adler A Kodelhelm. 1001 Liberty
tlrett. Adier. Lewis II.. 7bixtli street; Bertalott.
.titierT. iuu Ljueriysireei, tisej, J. l., x t o.
1'71 l.ltirt street, Kllnordllncer, Abrahum, KSs 1
j.lhrtA ireet: JIiCnlioukh. Mrs. L. C. oU Ub. j
. n stuti, MtK.tv, Jauie. 1005 LllM.rty street
i'jllanl. .M. K.. K'4taud 1045 l'enn avenue: ltobit
zir, John Z 1-. 717 Liberty street: W olt; H. A. Jt
At.nst. lU'Jaud llw Fcnn avenue
Mlt'i waid -1'onera Jimcaaitd Hlchard.Jr.. 14S
Mth avciiue, Itoll, ixeorge C, 62 W&shlncton
Ixthward-Kaphael i Zugscliraidt, SM Finh
ecnth ward Urowarstv, Marts. 92 TV vile
n.iiiuc. liroxarekv. Ytta. 81 Fifthavenue.
-i.'luh wa-J Ilcrrer. Henrr 1.., 1U5 'ulton
ttr.ct; Obei naarr. Herman. 39a Firth aienue.
Miiih ward llarlllck tmll J., 11a and 1126
JVi.u avcniie: Krau. l,liarl-s . o. 1235 Llb
rtvacune. Kcnua, Jonu, 1307 Liberty avenue
Hamuli. U. J., 10. IJ, Hand 1C 'Iwelrth street:
hUimit', G J 1217 Liberty avenue: feailtier.tinll
1".. 1207 atitl IJOT Liberty avenue. Schuster. W 111
lain J . ir2i. l'enn avenue: eusthult. 1'aul and
alter, corner Fourtet.mli &treel and Mulberry
Uexenth Ward Jtorst, Merman. 467 Firth ave
nue llur.le, Uiarlcs 1'. and i redcrlck, 545 Firth
"Iwelith Ward Abrains. Samuel, 2S06 icnn ave
nue. lld-e. Edward -j8S l'enu aveuue; illcL,
Heurv, a4-smailiuau stieet; l.chudj-, iellx, tail
.uid -02 Llbertv aTeuue
touriecuth Ward llecker. E X , 485 Fifth
av-nue;Oeila,Johu J., 3S71irthaenue: Sweeney,
"Stephen, &S3 rorbet. street.
rliut-nth Ward-Broee Gottlieb 3405 Boiler
street, ruber Joseph, Josepn, Jr., anai. H..
-Uagelman, Andrew, 361 Cedar
beenteonlh ward HrujrKeman Frank, 4061
Jiuiler ureet: Hook. Iiarles, 4312 Buller street,
Kane. 3iicbael C, corner fortieth and Hatfield
Mueteemh ward-Elnsteln. Joieph N., 153
Traiikstown aenue. i:us, F. J., 63 station
1cut5-first ward Uarckhou; Lawrence, 235
l--.eutj-lir-.il ard JJosch. Victor. 2214 Caron
street. unt, Au-tuit, 4 South 'aweuly-ceveuth
1 r, cnty-tiith ward-Dlvcn. V Uliam, 1733 Carson
slieet; o'vonner, John, 114 Larson urect: Bel.,
John. 156 South Eithteenth bire-et: Zoeller. Ul
iam F.. J8IJ7 Carton atreet
Twei.ty-ei(-hlh waid-Galb. 1) 1505 Carson
street: licrcheiiroctlier. John. 53 South Iwelith
street, lltmmel S. Kiiaeh. corner frliteenth and
Jiinciiam htreets: Link, Charles H.. 115 Sooth
TwUiih tlreet. Sinythe, l'atrlck P.. 39 south nr
ttenl j Mreet
Hurtle th ward-Lyons, fatrick. 53S Carson
', t. W ascoi.er, A. , H Ca'-mu stleet.
hirtr-hral ward t-reencwald. Joseph, 94
'IrtJeeoud ward Mischler, J. 11., WMilloli
ly-tlilrt: ward MUllgan A. A.. 1 West
Oil .on atreet. bentel, 1". M., 3 West Car-ion
Ihlrty-elxth ward tiuadelflnger, WlUiam, 150
The Allegheny People.
first -ward Anuriessen, Frederick, 4J and 42
Oi.lo ttrLct: Carbon, Kobert, 75 Federal street:
Ci-oper Irent, 42 South Diamond street, Clsen
htU,.. 113 federal street, Liinirrovcr, John
Jr . 44 ulllu street.
-jceoud wrrd llreltn elser, Martin, 131 and 133
1aiartsi.-ict. Eiler, O. W.. 7 I ederal street.
'alilid ward Audrlcssieii. Arthur, 172 Federal
street: Kocbendorier, August, 'Ml uhio street;
l.auvllts, And.cw, 153 Ohio street; ateyer.
urth ward-Canon. Joseph. 49 bonth Dia
mond street: llcclieuhelde, H. U' 10s Ohio
Eirev: iviein, jiaa, k reucral street: Sunte X
- W . luoski. 52 south Diamond atreet,
Slxih 'ard-eel. tliarleJ, 233 lteaver avenue.
VcLle-rt-l- August. 35 Calllornti aveiiuc.
Mnth nard-Ureltwei5er. Charles. t4J Treble
aenue: Falek, W llllain. t Hawover street.
Lint for McKersport.
yirst ward Dcrsman, F, G 422 Market street:
bavaj,e, Sarah, M Jlirke: street
Second ward lluscb, F. H., 60S Alarkel street;
Kreiibury, M. D., corner Mnth and tlarket
streets. Mct-ood. L. K., corner Diamoud and
Fourth ard-llaloy, John II., 24jand 30nnh
nvcuur. Mil, Jaeob F. 313 and 315 Jlntr street:
Mui.lrln, Abram J.. 2J1 r illli avenue.
illrhth warJ-1 lscher, Andrew, 1SJ7 Firth nVe-
1 ha III arl-lnclc Sncceea.
First wiro Friedman. Jacob, 11X10 Main street'
ljvl. .lo.rph. 1122 llraddocic atiuuetltosenbloou,'
Jilnrrls, 94 l.rnddock a-enue.
Second ward-Hollander, A., JSHiraddock are
nne. llilrd ward-btrlebech, Joteph, 3J1 llraddock
Out In tho Dorought.
frrti.rt.orooirh-lliniii, Emll, 31a In street.
Etna-llelbc, Frederlck,2S3 Allexheny and But.
bharpburc-:iuckcottcln, yrank, SIS Main
ante:: Schluidtehen, N. 4 J,, loos Worth C'aual
. The Township tVholoulers.
Lower ht, Clair Hainpc, Frederick, t Southern
? .Mlltllii-Joncs, Albert 11. Dagucsue; Werner,
A John, ltallroad street.
blowc-r'apencourt 4 MeLauchlln, Chartlcrs
alow tlie TJoftlers Fared.
The list of successful bottlers follow!;
I'ltlsburs-Flrst ward Mulfum, J. C 4 Co.. 200
Lend ill ilarkvt ttreet. Jowphs. Isaac. II and IS
Market streett'Mnrrar. Thomas, 3anfl JO Fourth
avenue; Xellhran. Michael. S Fourth avenue.
Second want JleCntcheon, Hugh. 2S7 Second
avenue. Third ward -Elntteln, John ft TOo.,
Blxtn avenue. Fifth ward-Hail, Frederics. 3
Fifth avenue; Rlnn, Jacob. 109 Seventh avenue.
Slxtii ard. rter & UauinUs. ForDes street:
I wpinh ward. FreaL Charles. 10 l'cnn avenue:
Tlilrteenttkward. Ilufnagle. Lawrence, 82S Wylie
aveuue: Firteentb ward, alnwrlKht A Co.,
Tlilrty.nrth and Smnllman streets: Sixteenth
ward. The Mranb Brewlnr Company, off Main
treet: Nineteenth ward, Helneinan, Theodore,
602S Rodman street; Twenty-reorth ward. Key
stone Brewing- Company. Water alley: Twenty
Qtth ward. 1". w. Laicbeld, 2U2 Josephine street.
Allegheny-First ward Earl, Benjamin A.,
corner Corry and Ann streets, Second ward
hanoffsky. A. H.. 71 and 76 Tag-cart street. Third
ward bende & Kara. 40 East street. Fifth ward
KrolL Hernnart, 4 itelmont street. Beverth
ward Kberhart A Ober Brewing: Company. 24 anT
JG Vlulal street; HlppleyASoa, 314and31t Spring
Garden avenue: Lata, 11. and A., IS Spring- Uar-O-ii
avenue: Ober. F. U. i. Ilro., Vlnlal street:
Kihr.. (leorirc. SIS Sprint Garden ayeuue.
AMIvale Snr. Michael, llntler plank rosd.
Second ward Bauerletn Brewing Company.
THE COURT CALKNDAB.
List of Cases to Be Called Before the
Common Fleas No. 1OrgiU T( Jones dc Co.;
Wlllej vs Spencer et al; Dunn et a! vs Mellon
tal; Fulmer vs McKeespan borough; Mo
Minn vs Allegheny City.
Common Fleas No. 2 Kinltlrr vs German
It. a Knights of SUGeoree; Oemmtl, Breiten
reticr A Co. vs Diamond Lumber Company;
Greer vs Johnston; Duean vs Bowman; JlcEl
haneyvsp., V. A C. R. K. Co.; Ramsey vs
Criminal Court Common wealth vs Thomas J.
Ferrlne, J. P. Hall (2), John Gardner, Mary
Dundas. Kate McNamara, Richard Allen, Will
iam Allen, David Harvey, George Holden,
Mary Titterten, William Craig, LonnieBilHngs,
EXECUTIONS ISSUED YESTEEDAY.
Arbuckles A Co. Against H. Uruggeman Lead
Arbnckles t Co. yesterday issued an execu
tion against H. Bruggeman on a mortgage for
129,129 7a The other executions were: John
B. Bailer, for use of the National Bank: et
Tarentum, vsA. G. Collender. $153 09; W. .
Schmertz vs S. M. Kerr. 1103 51: Jareckl Manu
facturing Company vs P. P. Milliken, $1,109 60;
J. M. Llppincott, in trust, vs J. R. Wilkins,
220 2D: W. B. Salt, trnttee for Marcaretha
bait, vs E. J. Salt. 11.097 7a and SS56 90; W. B.
bait vs East End Lumber Company, iSt8; David
Robinson, for uss ol K.Q. Bignam, vs G, W.
Fowler, 113 3a
In Criminal Court Yesterday.
Judges White and Migee presided In Criminal
Court yesterday, but the latter will finish the
term. The results follow: John Hall pleaded
guilty to the larceny of a set of harness,
sentenced to three years in the penitentiary;
John Miller pleaded guilty to the larceny of
coal, SO days to the workoouse; Lewis Nelson
and Steven Wbalen convicted of the larceny
of some chickens, two vearstothenanltentlarv-
John Trenmck. convicted of immorality; C. D.
Woods pleaded guilty to selling liquor without
a liceuse and paid the costs; Thomas McGrath
pleaded guilty to false pretense: Frank Dunn
and James Doyle are on trial charged Kith
entering a builaiuc with felonious intent.
Briefly Told Conrt News,
Mrs. Ltjuy Neuin yesterday entered suit
against Constable A. A. Heiner for $1,500 dam
ages fer au alleged illegal lery on goods.
1 uk suit of the Chicago Tire and Spring
Company against the Lafayette Car Company,
an action ou a contract, is ou trial before Judge
In the suit of & W. Black x Co. against Mar
garetha Brown, to recover commissions lor the
sale of real estate, a verdict was given yester
day for the attendant.
The suit of Ivor Dockius against David
Lewis is on trial before Judge Ewing. The
case is an action to recover for boarding and
clothing the son of Lewis.
In the suit ef Isabella C. Sargent against the
citv of Pittsburg, for damages for injury to
property, caused by the relocation of Negley
avenue, a veruict was given for the defendant.
Thi suits or John N. Koelsch, mife and son
again&t the Philadel pbla Company are on trial
before Judge Collier. The cases are actions
fur damages for injuries caused by an explosion
In the snlts of J. C. and J. M. Stevenson,
committees of Annie E. and Cecelia J. Steven
son, lunatics, against E. H. Jennings eta!.,
actions on leases, verdicts were given for 6Vi
cents for the plaintiffs.
NO NEW FEATURES IJ, OIL.
KCORFS OT rnirn?PTnP "nrnn Trawn
ll'uisi:!, UJf tOWliiAtlUKS WHO HAHB
ABOUT TEE IXCHANGE.
The Minds of the OU Men Tarn Naturally to
Drills In the Spring Time The Wild
wood Field Gives bat Little Promise lor
the Future. ,
Throughout the entire oil domain there
was not a single feature developed worthy
of special mention. The routine wort un
der way goes merrily on, but it needs only a
casual observer who has an extensive acquaint
ance among the oil fraternity to note the scores
of contractors who hang idly around the
Petroleum Exchange, on Fourth avenue.
anxiously watching for some operator to turn
up that be may secure a contract and start bis
one or more strings of tools that have been idle
for weeks. When the roads are bad
or the weather inclement the contractor.
If his circumstances will permit,
is uot avrse to , taking times
leisurely, but with the return of spring and
good roads he becomes restless and wants a
string or more of tools running, so that he will
have something to occupy hi time and mind.
He has not bad very smooth sailing for the
past year; prices have been low and not a few
have been compelled to throw up the sponge
This ha been particularly noticeable in the
Wildwood field. It Is now qui e certain that
within the next bO tlavs there will he 30 strings
of tools Idle in this field alone. A very little
new work win t promulgated in the famous
Southwest extension. The contractor will then
have to look for other develonmenta.
Nothing New at Wildwood!
Yesterday was unimportant in the Wildwood
field Nothing new was developed, unless ad
ditional evidence of the collapse of the field
can be considered important. Drilling was dis
continued at the Jenny well yesterday, and the
hole will be plugged. The favored 45 line, that
has been so blgnly prized, has at last led on to
disaster, and none so fully realize It as those
who paid big bonus to get near it. The Na
tional Transit Company laid lines to the iFogle
No. 2 and Hancock No. 2 to-day. They will
make about 20-barrel producers. Pojsiblv
when shot may do a little better. Griffith 4
Miller expert to reach the right spot with their
wildcat 011 the Cole farm br Wednesday. This
is an iuipTtant test an d will be closely watched.
Guff ey & Queono expect to know the result of
tnetr oupey venture a tew oays later.
A Dnater Against the Line.
The Bowman No. 4, on the 8chld farm,
which came in with a bdom some six months
ago at Westview, wag an incentive for the
Wcstview Oil Company to "plank" a well down
up against the Hue on -their Ivory lease, less
than 100 feet from the Bowman well. Tho .n
was completed last Saturday and is a duster
They are down 1,200 feet with No. 2 on the'
A Snorter at Jefferson Center.
Hartman A. Sons drilled iu their No. 12 in the
Bjerly heirs' property at Jefferson Center last
Saturday and It stared off at a lively pace SO
barrels an hour, hut soon quieted down to a
ten barrel an hour gait, aim was holding up at
that pace yeterday.
Campbell Murphy completed a CO-barrol
prnilncor on the Jsaeph ixnrau farm last week,
and hare made a location on the Tilile Logan
JlcCuidy Will Be Heard From.
Developments in the -Mc Curdy field hare net
been very Interesting or the past week, but
within the next five or'slx davs it will be heard
from and interesting news is expected. The
graveyard syndicate expect to brlug In their
wall among the tombstonts this week, and sev.
ral other wells are nearing the land. Black A
Etnurton's important test well on the Ewing
farm, and one mil north, on a 22" line, will be
done Wednesday or Thursday. Thli li the
most important wpll now drilling la tbil fletd.
A Boom for McDonald.
Tho well on the Saunters farm Is showing
good staying qualities, and leasing with agocit,
ronnd bonus cqnsldrrallon bat been very
active. There Is considerable new work under
way and a boom Is looksd for at uo distant
01- O. Uc.
Peet without corni are pcarli ohtigh
price. Daisy Corn Cure is positive and per
manent in lti effect. 15 centi; all dragjlits.
Ladles' Oxford Ties I
The oiceit, neuteit and best made Oxfords
ever sold nt $1 26 You will ,uv so when
you see them at O. D. Simen's, 78 Ohio
street, Allenhenf. Pa.
He-No is jijold for less profit
than other tests, and that's why its
price is so moderate.
He-No Tea is the best tea we
know of. IF there was a better
one, we would get that and
would be He-No Tea.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR HE-NO TEA.
ANDTAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. BEWARE
MARTIN GILLET & CO., Estallithed 1S11.)
Exchange Place, Baltimore, Md.
I Like my Wife
Because it improves her
looks and is as fra
grant as violets.
"pOZZONrS COMPLEXION POWDER.
JOS. FLEMING A SON,
412 Market street,
Distress after Eating,
Stomach Catarrh, Head
ache. Hearthnrn ti all
forms of . Indigestion.
Prepared from tie fruit
of the Papaya Melon
Tree found la the tropics.
Druggists sell them--83-TTS
DAPOID TABLETS-FOR DYSPEPSIA.
JOS. FLEMING fe SON,
412 Market street,
fttuaam hsomd w o'l
m He-No Tvjr
is sold only Kjr
in packages If
like cut V(
g mi &f faal
WHITE! WHITE! WHITE!
We refer to white goods, of course, of which we pride ourselves
upon having an assortment second to none hereabouts. The recent ad
ditions made to our stores enabled us to devote twice as much room as
previously to the White Goods and Embroidery Departments. With the
increased facilities came a larger stock and greater variety than ever.
We keep a full line of staple and fancy white goods, lawnsreambrics,
mulls, linen lawns, plain and lace tuckings, yokings, nainsooks, Swiss,
Persian and Victoria lawns, as well as plain and fancy black lawns.
As to prices, we quote only a few, preferring that customers should
come and see for themselves the surprising'values offered.
SOME SAMPLE BARGAINS: .
40-Inch Hemstitched Lawn, 5-inch hem, at 18c;
worth fully 30c Finer grades at 25c, 35c, 15c
High Novelties In 45-inch Hemstitched Lawns,
with diamond and drawn nork, and two,
threo and four rows tucks, both plain and
hemstitched, witli 10-Inch hem.
Plain tucked Ynlcincs from 38c to 75c
Fancy tucked Yoklncs from 30c to $1 25.
Novelties In Apron Goods at 12Jc up to 68c a
full and complete line.
Fnll line of Plaid Lawns, nicelarse patterns, at
10c up to 28c
NOW ABOUT. APRONS.
Every person'knows how much tidier any woman looks with a neat
apron. We show an immense assortment much larger than you'd be
lieve until you see it. Three special lines of aprons are offered this
week at 25a One is trimmed with lace inserting, another with dotted
Swiss edging and tucks, and the third with satin stripe, hemstitched
border. Nothing like them ever offered for the money. An extr large
apron for nurses, plain, with deep hem, is selling here at 30c At 50c we
offer a fancy Swiss-embroidered apron, with embroidered border; very
handsome and remarkably cheap. Good, serviceable aprons as low as
lac and up to $2, if you want something unusually fine.
s IttrSec the new patterns in children's embroidered, hemstitched
skirtings at 50c, and, same patterns in ladies' skirtings from 62c up.
510-518 MARKET STREET.
$10 TO $25.
I We are still selling at these fig
ures the nobbiest line of merchant
In all Styles,
In all Sizes,
In all Colors,
In Plain Patterns,
In Nobby Stripes,
In Fancy Checks,
In Stylish Plaids.
The original made-up-to-prices
on these fashionable garments were
from 20 to $50.
Mechanical Ball, Exposition Buildings. May
12, 13, 14, 15, 16. Matinees Thursday and Satur
day. Prices Reserved seats, single concert Par
quet, J2 aud J2 SO; balcony, tU SI SO and $Z Sin
gle seats In private box, Jo; season, seven per
formances, J18. '
.TICKETS ON SALE at Hamilton's Music
Store, 61 and 93 Fifth ave.
Tie Steinway t Son piano used exclusively
at all the Festival concerts. mv4 22
Pittsburg's Leading Theater.
MR. A. M. PALMER'S
MADISON SQOA.UE '1 HEATER
To-Night "A Pair op Spectacles."
To-Morrow Night "faAINTS AND SINNER."
, Family Matinee To-Morrow,
Best Seats, SO Cents "CAPTAIN SWIFT."
Next week Mrs. John Drew in "The School
for Scandal." myo-li
A PAIR OF JACKS.
Matinees Wednesday and Satunlay.
May 11 Chas.T. Ellisin "Casper the Yodler."
To-night, Matinees Wednesday and Satur
day. Wm. A. Bradv's Production ef
THOU SHALT NOT.
Next week JANAUSCHEK. my4-2I
HARRIS' THEATER MKS. P. HARRIS,
R. L. Brltton, T. F. Deau, Props, and Mgrs.
Every afternoon and evening
The Indian Mall Carrier.
Week Mav 11 "A Barrel of Money."
ARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY.
To-night. Matinees Monday, Tuesday, Thurs-
Gay ana Saturday,
SAM T. JACK'S
CREOLE BURLEsQ.UK COMPANY.
Indian Direntles, checks and plaids, 25c, 28c
Mull Cord Checks from 21c up. , ,
India Lioen from 15c to 35c
Victoria Lawn from 10c to 25c
Linen Lawn at 30c He and BOc
Persian Lawn at 25c and SSc.
Freneh Ntinsook at 2Sc 33c and 50c
Edcllsb Nainsook. 200 and 25c
Dotted Swiss from 25c to 60c.
Cream and Wbita Mull, 25c and 3Sc
Plain Swiss, 13c, ISc, 25c ana 30c
1 1 'i
Indisputable Facts Given as
DO YOU DOUBT NOW?
It la onr Intention to show conclusively to the
readers of this article-tho causes, action and re
sults of catarrh.
There are many causes of catarrh. Those
most frequent are repeated colds, aue te oar
changeable climate, breathing of dust-ladened
air and inhaling the air of badly ventilated
rooms. However, anything tnat ienus 10 lower
or weaken the vitality of tbe system renders
these causes more active.
The first action of catarrh is upon th e mucous
membranes of the nose and throat, causing a
hichly inflamed condition of these parts. The
inflamed membranes may or may not discharge
mucus. The condition which causes a dis
charge of mucus Is called hypertrophic or
"wet" catarrh. This mncus discharge is often
times swallowed. The catarrhal poison thus
taken Into the system causes an entire func
tional derangement. That In which there Is
little or no mucus secreted is called atropbio or
"dry" catarrh. In this condition the mem
branes become cracked or fissured, crusts and
ulcers mavform. Dry catarrh In nearly every
case leads to a very offensive odor.
The resnlts of both kinds are a diseased con
dition of the nasal passages, throat, lnngsC' af
fections of the ears and eyes, stomach and the
entire nervons system.
In cold, wet or changeable weather the results
or effects are more noticeable by the patient
than In fine weather, such as we are now ex
periencing. Nevertheless, do not take the ces
sation of these disturbances as evidence that
the disease is leaving yourvSystem. It Is only
falning strength to break out In a more ford
le manner at some f nture favorable time.
It is natural to suppose, after reading the
preceding, that the only sure and rational treat
ment is one in which both local and systemic
conditions are treated. This Is where Drs.
Copeland and Blair's treatment takes pre
cedence over all others. Only successful
results are nothing more than the nat
ural outcome of a scientific and methodical
treatment, such as is given by no other special
ists. ifr. Adatii Alter. Cramer way. Jit. Washington.
Mr. Adam Alter, residing at Cramer way,
Mt. Washington, said to the writer: '
"I was a sufferer for over a year. There were
terrible pains in my forehead and back of
head. My nose was always stepped up. The
mucus, continually dropped back into my
throat, and I was always hawking and spitting
to relieve mvmvself. Mv. throat was raw and
sore, and In the morning my coughing was cona
uuuAi. x jiau uuiu auarp uu uiui pains iu me
chest, and terrible pains in the muscles of the
legs. My muscles became so affected that I
wore bandages to relieve myself. I had no ap
petite, and was always tired In the morning. I
beard of Drs. Copeland and Blair's treatment,
and concluded to give them a trial. My re
covery was rapid. To-day, only one month
after beginning, my condition ij so changed that
It seems almost remarkable to me. I feel better
now than everbefnre, and can truly recommend
them to all whosuffer from catarrhal troubles."
Of Dr. Copelsnd's Home Tresiment for
The following are the names of a few of the
manv crateful uatlentswho have been cured bv
Dr. Copeland's Home Treatment, and have
kindly requested their names ue used as refer
ence: Mr. Thomas C. Hooper, Braddock, Fa.
Miss Lottie J. Forker. No. 299 Arch street,
Mr. W. C. Wilson, Canonsburg, Pa.
Mr. Williams, Hickman, Pa.
ADDITIONAL EVIDENCE BY MAIL. '
Mr. G. C. Bellls, corner Main and Cunning,
ham streets., Butler, Pa., says: "I had all ag
gravated svmptotns of catarrh; suffered con
stantly: nothing relieved me until 1 began Dr.
Copeland's Home Treatment- To-day lama
well man." .
Mr. Henry Rose, of Eckhart's Mine., Md.,
says: "I suffered constantly from chronic
catarrh: could get no relief. Dr. Copeland's
Home Treatment cured me entirely."
DBS. COPKLA.ND & BLATB have established a
permanent office at 66 Sixth avenue, Pittsburg;
Pa., where all curable cases will be successfully
treated. Office honrs, 9 to 11 a. If., 2 to 5 P. jr. and
7 to 9 p.m. (Sundays included). Specialties
Catarrh and all diseases of the eye. ear, throat"
and lungs, chronic disoases. Consultation, L
Many cases treated successfully by mail.
Send S-cent etamp for question blank.
Address all mail to DR.. W. H. COPELAND,
66Hlxtb avenue. Plttsbnrg; Pa. m3-Tnaau
STEAMERS AND EXCURSIONS.'
TTTHiTK STXK 1,1 Jl X-
FOK (JUIENBTOWM JLN1J tlVEUPOOU
HOTaiana uniiea states aiau ateamara.
Germanic, A p. 29, y. .JO aui
"Teutonic May 1,1pm
Britannlc.il 17 13,9:Suam
Majestic. May Ml. 3 p in
derm uiic, May -7,s:30am
"Majestic June 17, 2pm
-from White Star aoclc toot ot West Tenth n.
Second cabin on these steamers. Saloon rates.
ISO and upward. - Seaond cabln.su) aad SJ5. Ex
cursion tickets on lavorabla tanas. Stealage. fA
White Star drafts payable on demand la all tha
principal banks throughout Great Brltala. Ap-
Sly to JCHN J. IICCOIUUCK, 639 and t smith
eld it., i'lttsbure. or J. IIUUC'K 13MA.I, Gen
eral Agent. U Broadway, New Yore leZS-D
Sailing every Wednesday from' Philadelphia
and Liverpool. Passenger accommodations for
all classes unsurpassed. Tickets sold to and
from Great Britain and Ireland, Norway, Swe
den, Denmark, etc
P1CTER WRIGHT A SONS, '
General scents. 305 Waluut st Philadelphia,
Full Information can be had of J. J. McCOE
MICK, Fourth avenue and Smithfield street.
LOUIS SIOE3ER, 616 Smitniield street.
NEW YORK, QUEENSTOWN AND LIVER.
FROM HEW TOBK EVKItT WEDNESDAY.
Tons. - Tons.
City of Paris 10,500 City of N. Y 10,500
City of Berlin 5.491 City of Chicago.. 5,000
City of Chester... 4,770 City of Richmond 4,780
For rates of passatre and other information ap
ply tofETER WRIGHT &SONS. Gen. Acts.,
6 Bowline Greeu, N. Y., or to John J. JIcL'or
mlck, 639 Smithfield St., Plttsburc
nnNARD LINE-NEW YORK.AND LIV.
j LKPOOL VIA QUEENSTOWN-Frem
Pier 4D North river:
Fast express mall service,
Servla. May 0, 6 A. jr.; Bothnia, .May 13, 9 A. M.:
Etrurla, May 16, noon; Auranla. May 23, 5.30
x. v.! Uallia. Mav 27. S A. 31.: Umbrla. Mav 30.
6.30 A. Jt.; Servla, June u, 60 A.M.; Bothnia,
June 10. 8a m. Cabin passace (80 and up
ward.; "will not carry steerace; according
to location; intermediate, lio. ateerace
tickets to and from all parts of Europe
at very low rates. For freight and pas
sage apply to the company's office. 4 Bowling
Qreen, New York. Vernon' H. Brown & Co.
J. J. MCCORMICK, 639 and 101 Umtthtleld
street, Pittsburg. iriyi-D
S. S. CO.
fast Line or Express Steamers.
He ir yorfc to Southampton (London) Bremen.
tJl'HIl0 BAILINOS, Uli
Hat.. May 2 Mpree. Tuc
Wed., Mar 0 Werrs, ea
U alter, Wed.,
lime from .New York lo (Southampton. 7M days,
rom Southampton to Bremen, 2) or 10 liours.
from Southampton to London, br Southwestern
luuway uo i noun.
'fralnt every hour In the
summer season. Kallway carriages for Londau
await paisensers In Southampton Docks on arrlv
al ot Express Steamers from Mew York. .
These steamers are well known fortholr speed,
eomlort and excellent cuisine.
MAX8CHAMUKKU A CO., 27 Smith HcU St.
LOUD) MOE3KK. 610 amlthfleldi. apSJ-lUO-B
The sensation of the city ! Oar.Grand Free
Hat Distribution I Last week hun
dreds of our patrons received a
$2 HAT FREE!
We're stilt presenting them GRATIS
with everr $15 mit, or upward. Our $15
suiti cost 1S elaewbere.
420 CHILDREN'S SUITS !
Worth, $5, GO FOR $3
For this week only. I3"Grden sets free
with every suit COMB AND SEE TJS.
Cor. Smithfield and Diamond Sts.
OIL WELL SUPPLIES.
For household and mechanical purposes. Prices
DARRAGH PURE WATER CO
JaSLttD 107 First av., Pittsburg.
HAYS & TREES,
We make a specialty of bnilding
NATURAL GAS LINES
Boom 410 Hamilton Building.
Telephone SL fe21-55TTS
M. Y. TAYLOR, '
Oil Well Supplies
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Allison Tubing and Casing,
ROOMS 35 AND S3 Fidelity buildidg. Tele
phone No. 797. Pittsburg, Pa,
jno. j w. JiAilJhiJN ST., Washington, Pa.
Telephone No. 12,
OIL WELL SUPPLY COL
91 and 92 WATER ST.,
IRELAND & HUGHES,
FORGE AND MACHINE SHOP
-AND MANUFACTURERS OF-
Oil and Artesian Well Drilling
and Fishing Tools,
Corner Tweaty.Rrst Street, and A. V. R. R.
Telephone No. 1222.
- PITTSBUEG, PA.
The best Oil Jtfell Machinery in the
world. Ail sues of Engines and Boilers.
Also all sizes Stationary Engines and Boil.
ers. "Write for prices.
Offices in Pittsbur. Washineton and Butler.
Always write or telegraph to Corry Office.
JAMES M. LAMBING,
SOLE AGENT. CORRY. PA.
Pittsburg offlce.telphonee No. J5
' Portable and Stationary
Works-at Oil City, Pa.
W. S. WATSON, Agent.
Office, 108 Fourth JLv
. Correspondence solicited. 'Price on ap;
THEY GO TOGETHER AT
You will probably have noticed that some mighty tall shouting has
been going the rounds lately among Pittsburg shoe dealers. But it
only proved to be another case of "empty vessels sounding the
loudest" While others did the shouting, Kaufmanns did the selling.
And, that's what counts. Business, instead of noise! Bargains, in
stead of. buncombe! Facts, instead of fancies!
Tint. Shfkt Pirofl Ttita
v. uuvi ivu am tiiv aauiano ui tilts ail uan
Let them answer these arguments, if they can!
Let them meet these figures, if they dare!
Men's fine patent leather
lace and congress shoes,
regular retail price
Kaufmanns' price ..
41 (in 1 1 1 1
Men's seamless calf shoes, lace or
congress, plain or tipped, guaranteed
solid throughout; better than
most of the "wonderful" shoes
offered by the shouters at $y,
Men's real French calf lace, but
ton or congress, shoes, made by
Hanan & Son, the most prominent
makers 'of fine shoes in the country,
jruaranteerl custom marls and rnstiim
sewed, all styles of lasts, all
styles of toes,all widths.all sizes
superior to shoes sold elsewhere
at?7 and $8; Kaufmanns' ptice
LOW CUT SHOES FOR LADIES.
Ladies' bright dongola Oxford ties, superior
quality, patent leather tips, regular retail
price $1 50; Kaufmanns' price $1.
Ladies' XXX kid Oxford ties,plain or patent
leather tips, sizes 2 . to 7; regular retai 1
price $2; Kaufmanns' price i 25.
Ladies' fine dress Oxfords, glazed dongola
vamp and patent leather back, a novelty,
called Blucher, much worn in the East, very
dressyj flexible, sole; regular retail price
$2 75; Kaufmanns' price $1 75.
Ladies' genuine French kid Oxfords, war
ranted custom made, plain or calf patent
leather tips, widths A to E, sizes 26 to 7;
regular retail price $4; Kaufmanns' price
Sli you can't come personally, order goods by mail or telephone.
All orders filled with care and promptness.
FIFTH AVE. AND SMITHFIELD ST.
W. La DOUGLAS
49 f& H J P ties for Gentlemen.
$J a "vasw Ladies,etc,arewar
ranted. and so stamped on bottom. Address
W.rVlJOUGliAS.Uroclilon.niaas. Sold by
U. Carter. 71 Fltth av. J. H. Krohrina-. 889 Fifth
av. 11. lilt O. M. l.anK. 4301 liutler t. E. U
tiperber. 1320 Carson at. Henry IlOksrr. Alle
sneny. ti O. Hollman, Allegheny. lul-TTS
Eyes Examined. Free.
Arliflelal Kyis Inserted.
J. DIAMOND, a'EXSr.
Opera,FleldrMarlne Olasse and Telescopes.
A larce Importation jnst reCelTed.
qx " o-
W - ..,.. 1. 1 M
WM. B. STJEREN, Optician.
21 SIXTH ST.
Specialties: acientlflc fittine
nr TRUSSES, nnpliances for
DEFORMITY and ARTIFICIAL
LIMBS. largest stock of surgi
cal Instruments in Western
Fenn. Larue Illustrated cata
logue free to physicians.
tha Rnnlrc nf fltn Tlvo
MEN'S REAL KANGAROO SHOES,
Kangaroo makes the toughest and most
durable, yet, withal, the mo3t pliable shoo
in. me world.
AT 1 Wc ffer men's kangaro shoes,
M I J? iace or congresSj piam or tipped,
and usually sold elsewhere at I3.
AT rjs4We er men's cnstom made Kan-
, garoo shoes (best footwear for
spring and summer), lace or congress, plain
or tipped, widths B to- E, sires 6 to 10; reg
ular price elsewhere $6.
t fit ijl a f jf twwm
3 Dandy Bargains in Ladies' Shoes
$2 for ladies' glazed dongola button shoes,
flexible soles; common sense or opera
toe, with plain or cloth tops, widths A to
E, sizes 24 to 6; regular price $3.
2 98 for ladies' French bright dongola
hand turned button shoes; can be had in
.3 inch vamps so popular with stylish
ladies; AA to E, sizes 2 to 8; regular
retail price $4 50.
3 75 for ladies' extra fine custom, made
English Waukenphast shoes, warranted
strictly hand sewed: best material and
workmanship; AAA to D; sizes 2j to 6;
regular price $6.
French shoe dressing 5c per bottle,
MAN O' WAR HATS.
VOX M0LTKE CAPS
ROYAL YACHT CAPS
STRAW SAILOR HATS, ;
Plain or Trimmed, for Ladles and Children,
AKE NOW READY.
C I I P e Stored and Insnred against FIRE,
I" U t9 LOSS AN!) MOTH, and Altered
Oyer Into the new styles Very Reasonably, In
order to keep oar furriers buy dnrlng toe dnU
No. 441 Wood St. '
N. U. Highest cash prices paid for OLD
SEAL GARMENTS. '
A safe and Infallible nentrallzsr ana eliminator
ot Impure blood, and a radical core forrhewnji
tlsm, (root and skin diseases. Cures sptclHo
poison In tt lew months, and eating nicer la aa
many weeita. .Ho failures and no relapses. tji
Sold By J Ob. riMJKU A BOH, Crnirsnta,,--. -
HZ Market st, Pittsburg,
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