Newspaper Page Text
THE PITTSBITHG DISPATCH; . FRIDAY, APRIL ' 12, 1889.'
tCOEE IS STILL QUIET.
Ko Siga.of a Syndicate Yet and
Production is On the Decrease.
A BAKD OF BOLD BOY BURGLARS.
The Truly Good Treasurer of Uew Lisbon
Only 9,000 Short
ALL THE SEWS FROM 3EAR-BT TOWJfB
rsrECLU, TZXEGUXM TO TBX SISri.TCB.1
Coxx em.sviixe, April 11. The
Courier's coke review will say to-morrow:
The coke trade continues to fluctuate! Pro
duction and shipments Btiil Tary from week
to week, but the general average is dropping
slowly but steadily downward. Production
. for the past three months shows a steady de
cline. Shipments have fluctuated more,
and the daily average for March is slightly
in excess of that for February, though the
production is vice versa.
There does not seem to be any
assurance of an improvement in
the situation before fall, if then. A well
Lnuwn operator expresses the opinion that
there will be no improvement In the trade dur
ing the present year. The iron trade continues
flat and unprofitable and gives no promise of
improvement this summer. In the East many
furnaces are shutting down, but in the West the
coke burnlnc furnaces are most all in blast.
There is a gradual and reluctant blowing oat of
ovens in the ConnellSTille region on the part of
the operators, whose orders keep their plants
going only partially, and there Is consequently
a gradual increase in the number of idle ovens
and idle men. but-better times for the balance
ol the ovens and the remaining men.
The lively cuttins in prices has ceased for
the present, but it is likely to break forth
afresh the latter part of this month. It was
stated in a Pittsburg paper the other day t hat
a movement was afoot among the larger opera
tors to reorganize the old syndicate, but the
rumor proves to be without foundation, morc's
the pity. The operation of the 77 coke plants
of the Connellsville recion for the week ending
on Saturday last, shows 11,180 ol the 13,166 com
pleted ovens in blat and 1,986 idle, against U,
457 active and l,b03 idle the previous w eek.
BAD BOY BURGLARS.
A Band That lias Been Rudely Disturbing it
rSFZCiat. TELEGRAM TO TUX DISrATCH.l
FEXFIEI.D, April 1L For more than a year
many citizens of this quiet community have
been severely annoyed on account of many
losses of -various articles of value, taken from
their residences and stores. These robberies
have usually been committed in the early part
of the evening, and in all parts of town, show
ing conclusively that the perpetrators are an
organized band who have been constantly an
the alert for opportunities for Blunder. Their
mode of operations has been to watch closely,
and when the mefcbers of the family are out,
usually at church, tbey quietly enter the house
and pick up what valuables they can get hold
of and make their exit. In this way they have
accumulated a considerable amount of money,
jewelry, revolvers, razors, cartridges and num
erous other articles of almost all kinds.
On last Sunday evening H. L. Avery's resi
dence was entered while they were at church
and several articles were taken, including Mrs.
Avcrj's wedding ring. On Jionday Dwight
Avery, the oldest sou. and another young man
took upon themselves (he role of amateur de
tectives and made an investigation, which re
sulted in the discovery of many of the stolen
articles and the arrest of the 17-year old son of
Mr. Hewitt, a prominent and wealthy citizen.
The lad stoutly dented his guilt,but finally said
that a year ago two men, one of whom be
named and who is a property owner here, but
recently moved to Canada, had called a lot ot
the boys together, ranging in ages from 15 to 18
j ears, had formed them into an organized band
of robbers, and had exacted of them fearful
oaths of secrecy. He would not expose the
other members of the gang. Three more boys
have been arrested and warrants issued for
three or four more. Tbe parties arrested were
all promptly bailed by their friends.
BURNED BY MOLTEX METAL.
A Large Casting Explodes and Roasts
Those la the Vicinity.
lErrciAi. ratGux to the dispatch. 1
YoraroSTOWsf April 1L While pouring a
heat to make a 4,000 ponnd casting to-night in
the foundry of William Tod 4 Co., it exploded,
burling the molten metal in every direction.
George Bryant, the foreman, was leaning over
the flask at the time and received the full
force of the explosion, literally roasting him.
He wasconvejed home in an ambulance and
will not survive his injuries.
Frank Lee. a molder, was standing near
Bryant, and was almost as badly injured, but
it is thought he wdl recover. John Anderson,
ick Carroll and William Kirz were burned
about the face and head. Their injuries, how
ever, were not regarded as dangerous.
TO VOTE OR NOT TO 'OTE.
Reformed Presbyterian!, Warmly Discuss
the Proposed Prohibitory Amendment.
rsrrciAL tklecbam to tite dispatch.i
Bexveb Falls, April 1L The closing hours
of the Pittsburg Presbytery of the Reformed
Presbyterian Cbnrch, held in this place. Was
consumed in discussing the question whether
it was consistent with the articles of church
discipline in that body of Christians to vote at
the coming election on the adoption of the pro
hibition amendment to the Constitution.
The question was ably argued on both sides,
and although a strong opposition was made
against voting, jet when the vote was taken
the majority were in favor of voting, and it was
A GOOD MAN GONE WRONG.
He Was a Leadcrtn Church, Bat New Lisbon
Is $9,000 Short.
tPrXCIAiTELZGIlAilTO THE DtEPATCH.l
East Ltvxkfool, April 1L The shortage of
Abel Lodge, the Village and Township Trea
surer at New Lisbon, will reach $9,000, over
$6,000 of which is the village funds. He has
been Treasurer for many years, and has always
been regarded as a most honest and trust
worthy man. No man stood higher in the vil
lage, in the church or Sunday school.
Lodge -declares that he will make the de
ficiency good to his bondsmen if he lives. The
money has been used to live on, it is supposed,
and bas not been lost in speculation.
, A Railroad Approaching Completion.
rRrXCIAI. TELEGRAM TO THB DISPATCH.1
Eijzabeth, April 1l The roadbed of the
McKeesport and Bcllevernon Railroad has
been completed to Lock No. 3, alljiut the cut
at O'Niel's tipple. The work or laying the
track bas begun, and it is expected that the
rails will reach the lock by the 16th instant. The
contractors expect to have the road completed
to Carrolton by the first of July if the weather
Fears of a Diphtheria Epidemic.
rSPXCIAL TELXOKAX TO TUX DISrATCH.
West Elizabeth, Pa., April 1L There is
quite a number of cases of diphtheria in town
at present, and. although it is not spreading to
any largo extent, it looks dangerous. Andrew
Honsman, who had lour children, buried two
of them since last Monday, and the two others
are down with the disease.
Settled a Dispute With Platols.
fSPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.!
Pabeebsbubq. April 11. John Ice and a
young man named Boggess, neighboring farm
ers, who reside near Smithfleld, Ritchie county,
fell out over a question of boundary yesterday,
and bad recourse to pistols to settle the dispute.
Ice was shot twice dnd severely injured, while
Boggess escaped unhurt. Both men were ar
retted. A Woman Arreated ns an Incendiary.
ISPECLU. TELEGBAK TO Till CI6PATCn.t
Zanesvxll-e, April JL Mrs. .Margaret Mal
len was arrested to-day, charged with setting
fire to a tenement house at the bead of Main
street lastcvening. She pleaded not guilty and
in default of bail was taken to jail with a babe
in her arms. She will have a hearing on Mon
day. Captain Atom' Court Martial.
"WAsiiruGioif, April 11. The court
matial of Captain Annes began to-day.
Captain Knox, of the court, was relieved,
in order to act as Armes' counsel. The
case was then contained till to-morrow.
Siller Monnted Inkstands
JjReduced 25 per cent All goods marked in
"lain figures at Hardy & Hayes removal
Je7 B33 Smithfield St., bet. Fifth and Sixth
TEE FIRST MEETING.
The New Allegheny Councils Meet and Get
Down to Work.
The first meeting of the New Allegheny
Councils was held last evening, but as the
committees had not yet been appointed no
business of importance was transacted. In the
Select branch several matters of minor import
ance were introduced and held over until the
committees were appointed. Both Council
chambers are draped In mourning, the Select
branch for James Callery and the Common
branch for Peter Walter, Jr.
The minutes of the special meeting held on
Saturday afternoon to take action on the death
of the two ex-members named above were
read. Chairman Hunter then appointed
Messrs. Neeb, Henry Smith and Stockman a
committee to arrange the seats for the new
Councilman. , ,
Mr. Neeb presented a resolution for the im
provement of Monument Hill, which will be
considered by the new Park Committee. He
also handed in an ordinance, by request, em
powering the Mayor to have jurisdiction in
cases of disorderly conduct, begging, gambling,
etc, and Imposing fines of from $o0 to S100,
andimprisonment of from 30 days to 6 months.
Mr. Stauffer presented a resolution asking
that the city pay for the foundation for the
Washington monument which will be erected
in the parks.
Mr. Robison offered a resolution instructing
the Mayor to Issue a proclamation for the elec
tion of a Councilman from the Fourth ward to
fill the vacancy caused by the death of Peter
Walter, Jr., deceased.
HE SPECULATED ON THE QUIET,
And Now His Friends Are Mourning the Ab.
ence of About 815,000.
ISrEClAL TELEGRAM TO TBX DISrATCH.!
St. Louis, April 11. Thomas B, Eey
nolds, a prominent business man and lessee
of the Sterling-Webster Abstract Company,
has disappeared ftsm the city. His son,
Thomas J. Beynolds, said to-day:
The only explanation of my father's absence
I can offer is financial embarrassment and pos
sibly temporary insanity. The money he owes
was loaned him by personal friends, and I be
lieve that as be found he could not pay them
that be could not bear to meet them. I do not
know what ho borrowed the money for, nor
how it was lost. He bad a very large family to
keep up, and a very expensive family. He does
not owe any bills so far as I can ascertain. The
debts to his personal friends will, I think,
amount to as much as $15,000. I do not know
that he speculated. Ho never told us anything
about his business, and not one of the family
knew that be was at all embarrassed until after
he was gone. His failure does not affect the
A CRACK IN THE WALL.
The New Allegheny High School Building la
The magnificent new High school building
in Allegheny, in course of erection, has
cracks which discount those in the West
inghouseand Petroleum Exchange buildings.
The new structure is almost completed, but
several ugly breaks in the stonework have given
rise to the report that the building is not sub
stantial. The breaks occur in the stonework
In the first story and were caused by a sinking
of the building.
One of the contractors in speaking of the
matter last night said: "All the buildings
erected along Sherman avenue lately have
sunk on account of the gravel and sand founda
tion. The High school building sunk about an
inch, but there is no indication af bad work
manship. The stones-tbat were broken will bs
replaced, and I think the building when com
pleted will be the finest in Allegheny county."
Don't Be Like Moses.
But one step more, disasters teach,
And gloom had all turned sunny.
Like Moses we just fail to reach, .
The land of milk and honey.
But a great many make a fatal .pause from
the lack of encouragement. Here are words in
Dns. Stabket & Palest: "After nsingyoux
Compound Oxygen Treatment my wife was re
lieved of very serious lung trouble." Captain
Wm. B. JOBDA Madison, Fla. BBS.
Stabket & Palen: "Your Compound Oxy
gen has saved my wife from pnenmonia several
times." E. W. Jebomx, No. S3 Grant ave.,
New Haven, Conn.
A brochure of 200 pages containing the his
tory of the Compound Oxygen Treatment in
cases ot consumption, bronchitis, asthma, ca
tarrh, dyspepsia, nervous prostration, rheuma
tism, neuralgia, and all other complaints of a'
chronic nature will be forwarded free of charge
toanyoneaddressingDRS. Stakkey Palest,
No. 1529 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa.
AFTER MANY YEARS.
A Prominent Fifth Avenne Business House
Changes Its Location.
The widely known business honse of
Nichol, the tailor, which has so long occu
pied a prominent stand on Fifth avenue has
been removed and can now be found at 313
Smithfield street. Mr. Nichol may change
his shop 12 times a year, but his old cus
tomers would follow and new enstomers
would come no matter where he is locaUd.
His well known reputation for fair dealing,
his 13 years experience and his knowledge of
the latest fashions and what style of clothes
a man looks well in have done much to gain
for him the many friends he now has.
Mr. Nichol has now a better lighted and
more convenient storeroom than formerly.
This spring he has obtained the largest and
most varied style of patterns of any mer
chant tailor in the city, and has them now
on exhibition in his new storeroom, f
Our reputation of being the lowest-priced
clothiers in this city has been obtained by
always giving purchasers solid value for
their money. We can and do undersell our
competitors in the clothing line, and we
stand ready to back up our assertion with
goods and prices. Here are a few specials
for to-day and to-morrow. Call and see 'em.
Men's fine spring suits, 8, 510, 12. Spring
overcoats, silk-faced and cut on the latest
box pattern, and "very English," $10 and
512, some silk-lined. Special in hats, men's
crush hats, tobacco brown and side nutria,
at 38c, worth SL Children's suits. 51 48,
$2 50, $3 50. P. O. CTC,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
Jewelry department. Larce assortment
of rolled plate hair pins and fancy side
combs at 25 cents each.
Boggs & Buhl.
Cloak department All the most popular
staple styles and shapes in great variety;
also many entirely new designs in hand
some imported garments for travel and gen
eral wear. Hugus & Hacke.
G. W. Schmidt will sell you one quart
of 1880 pure rye export whisky for ?L, 95
and 97 Fifth avenue, city.
New Silverware Just Arrived.
Call this week and see the new patterns.
Ton will save 20 per cent if you deal at
Hauch's jewelry store, No. 295 Fifth ave.
1,000 TftiMMED hats and bonnets at ex
ceedingly low prices at Bosenbaum & Co.'s.
This is the Season
In which to purify and enrich the blood, to re
store the lost qjipetite, and to build np the sys
tem, as the body is now especially susceptible
to benefit from medicine. The peculiar me
dicinal merit of, and the wonderful cures by,
Hood's Sarsaparilla have made It the most
popular spring medicine. It cures scrofula,
salt rheum, and all humors, biliousness, dys
pepsia, headache, kidney and liver complaints,
catarrh, and all affections caused or promoted
by low state of the system or impure blood.
"For a first-class spring medicine my wife
and I both think very highly of Hood's Sarsa
parilla. We both took It last spring. It did us
a great deal of good, and we felt better through
the hot weather than ever before. It cured my
wife of sick headache, and relieved me of a
dizzy, tired feeling. We shall certainly take
Hood's Sarsaparilla again this spring." J. H.
PeabCe, Supt. Granite Ry. Co., Concord, N. H.
N. B. If .you have decided to take Hood's
Sarsaparilla, do not beinduced to buyany other.
Sold by all druggists. SI: six for $5. Prepared
onlyby C. L HOOD&CO, Lowell, Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar
For' Western TennsyU
vakia, West Virginia
and Ohio, rain; no de
cided change in temper
ature; southerly winds,
high on the lakes.
Prprswmin ATlril lL 1539.
The United States Signal Service oflloerln
this city furnishes the following.
Time. Ther. lli'r.
8:00 a. if.., CO Mean temp 54
12:00a. M S3 Maximum temp..., 71
1:OOF. M Minimum temp 45
!Kr.Jt M Kann..... M
S:0r. x Precipitation 02
8.00. K , 59
Klver at 5 P.M., 1.8 et: afaU "or 0.sreetln21
isrrciAL txlxobams to tot pisrATCE.l
Wabben River 1 0-10 feet and station
ary. Weather mild and light rain,
Brownsville River 7 feet and stationary.
Weather cloudy. Thermometer 62 at 7 r. jl
MOBOAirro-wnf River i feet 10 Inches and
stationary. Weather cloudy. Thermometer 65
at 4 r. M.
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
Frederick Bsrtrun". Pittsburg
Katie ITrank Pittsburg
Walter C. Hopper Lawrence county
Sue B. Morrow Lawrence county
Frank 1. Troth Knoxvllle borough
Elizabeth Jahn...., Castle Shannon
Samuel A. McClelland Pittsburg
Mattle H. Kandsll J:itteburg
Gottlieb Stocker Pittsburg
Christina P. L. Belter Pittsburg
John Fisher Marshall township
Maggie Strobel Marshall township
William 1). Sbarn u... Scott township
Hose E. Evans Boblnson township
William Summerville Mlythesdaie
Berths May Hayden Elizabeth township
Charles E, Hecrleln .Tarentum
Lizzie Vciock....,..., Harrison township
Alfred n.Wllklis WllUnsburg
Annie 1. Pcntz Brushton
Robert W. Hastings Allegheny
LUzie J. Boston Allegheny
Margaret Wilb Pittsburg
Samuel R. Welzer Pittsburg
Edith P. Wilson Pittsburg
John M. Davis p,!",5nr
ilollleU. Walters Plttsburg
Dr. Sopbv E. Feltwell, Dentist.
On and after April 1, office, room 407
TROTH-JAHN At the residence ot the
bride's parents, Castle Shannon, Thursday
evening, April H, 1889, by Rev. W. S. Fleming,
Mr. Frank D. Troth, of Knoxvllle borough,
and Miss Elizabeth Jahn, daughter of Mr.
JohnJabn. No cards.
CALPASS On Wednesday, April 10, 18S9, at
3.50 P. v., CHBISTOPHEB CALPASS, aged 78
yean, i months and 10 days.
Funeral from his late residence, Kennedy
street, Tarentum, Pa., on Fbtday, 12th Inst, at
2 p. m. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend.
Richmond, Vs., and Piqua, O., papers please
DARR On Thursday, April 11, at 7:15 P. H.,
Alice May, wife of George W. Darr, in the
31st year of her age.
Services at 7.30 A. Jr., Satubday. at 423
North Hijand avenne. Interment at Oil City,
Pa., later. Please omit flowers.
FRIESEL-On Wednesday, April 10. at 11:30
p. M., Wilhelmena, wife of Henry Friesel
(nee Yackcl), in her 47th year.
Funeral takes place from her husband's resi
dence. Garden street. Thirty -second ward, city,
on Satubday aftebnooit at 2 o'clock.
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
GEAUF-On Thursday, April 11, 18S9, at 10-05
p. jl, Mrs. charlotte Ghaut, wife of Wii
helm Geanf, aged 65 years, 3 months and 9 days.
Residence No. 1213 Carson street, Southside.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
GAMBLE At Butler. Pa.. Wednesday, April
10, 18S9, of pneumonia, Thomas E, Gamble.
Funeral will take place from the Episcopal
church, at Butler, on Saturday, April IS, at
2 p. JL Friends ot the family are respectfully
invited to attend. 2
GERST-On Wednesday. April 10. 1889, at
1:50 o'clock P. Jr., Maboabet Henrietta
Gebst, daughter of Mrs. Kate Gerst, nee
Rischner, and the late Henry Gerst, aged 7
years 6 months 26 days.
The funeral will take place on Fbiday
afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence of
her mother. Keystone Hotel, No. 26 East Dia
mond Street, comer South Diamond street,
Allegheny. The funeral services will be held
at St. Peter's Pro-Cathedral, corner Ohio street
and Sherman avenue, Allegheny. Friends of
the family are respectfully Invited to attend,
MERKER On Wednesday, AprillO, at 8.15
p. JL. Annie Meeker, aged 24 years, 11
months and 27 days.
Funeral from her late residence, 114 Ohio
street, Allegheny, on Saturday at 2 o'clock.
Friends of the family are respectfully Invited
to attend. 2
Cleveland, O., papers please copy.
MEADE On Wednesday April 10, 1889, at
8 a. JL, MARY agues, oldest daughter of John
and Maggie Mead (nee Cain), aged 7 years, 6
months and 10 days.
Funeral from parents residence No. 2 West
Market street, Allegheny City, on Friday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family
at respectfully invited to attend.
McCOMB At the family residence, Wine
blddle avenne, below Liberty avenue, on Tues
day, April 9, 1889, at 305 P. JL. Edith, daughter
of MM. Lizzie McComb and ot Marshal Mo
Funeral services will be held at the residence
on Friday, 12th Inst, at 10 a. jl interment
private at a later hour.
McPHERSON On Thursday afternoon,
April 11, 18S9, at 34 Anderson street, Allegheny
City, Joseph C. McPherson.
Notice ot funeral hereafter. -
McINTIRE On Thursday, April U, 18S9, at
430 o'clock P. Jr., Mbb. Mimie McIntibe, in
the 51st year of her age, at 182 North avenue.
Funeral services at Fifth TJ. P. Church Sat
ubday at 2 o'clock. 2
SCHNEIDER On Wednesday. April 10, at
10.45 a. JL, Oaboline, wife of John Schneider,
aged 37 years 5 months 20 days.
Funeral takes place from her husband's res-J
idence, No. 118 Twelfth street, Southside,
on Fbtday at 8.30 a. m. Friends of 'the family
are respectfully invited to attend. 2
TAYLOR On Thursday, April 11, at 7:10 A.
jl, Sadie R., the only and beloved daughter
of John E. and Maggie A. Taylor, aged 4 years
8 months and 11 days.
Funeral services at the residence of her
parents. West river side, Chanters, Satubday,
April 13, at 2 P. JL
TAYLOR On Wednesday, April 10, 1889, at
10.15 P. JL, at his late residence, 288 Federal
street, Allegheny, Horace E. Taylor.
Funeral Sunday; April 14, at 2 p. jl 3
(Successors to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Lim)
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Office and residence, 1134 Penn avenue. Tel.
ephone connection. myl0-fi53-JtW7
JAMES M. FULLERTON,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
No. 6 Seventh Street.
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND SMILAX
A. M. & J. X. MURDOCH,
Telephone W. . de6.f4-jrvrp
PURE SEED POTATOES.
First size Chas. Downing, per barrel, S3 75.
Early Gem. Vlck's Extra Early, Dakota Red,
$2 25 per barrel. Second size 50c per barrel
less. Order early at.these prices.
JOHN B. & A. MUBDOOH,
fei9-jtwF 503 Smithfield St.
-REPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN 1SC1
Assets . 9jOT,693S3.
Insurance Co. of North .America.
Losses adjusted and paid bf WILLIAM h
JONES. 84 Fourth aTenue. ja0-s2-S '
WE HAVE REMOVED.
WATTLES & SHEAFER,
HAVE : REMOVED' : TO
37 FIFTH AVENUE.
We will occupy the entire building, and will
carry as nice a stock of goods as can be found
anywhere. Don't forget our new number,
37 FIFTH AVENUE.
Formerly occupied by Kornblum, the Optician.
We believe our spring dis
play of these cool, clean,
cheap and comfortable cover
ings for the floor in summer,
to be the largest eer made
in Pittsburg, Tons upon
tons in more than
are stacked up in our storage
basement no old soldiers in
the lot all this season's im
portation and offered at
closest importers' prices,
wholesale and retail, with
special prices by the roll.
This spring's choicest nov
elty, JAPANESE MATTING,
of finest grass and wonder
fully close and even quality,
upon which are scattered ele
gant and unique i designs of
grass embroidery of various
colors, is a most novel and
effective fabric for friezes and
dados in wall decoration, and
for screens, as well as for
floor coverings. Mattings by
the roll at the extraordinarily
low price of
33 FIFTH A"VE.
Is xl Progress.
OUR MILLINERY ROOMS have been
crowded with ladies all day. The display
has never been finer, and the number of
Trimmed Pattern Bonnets and Hats sold
attest the favor our efforts have met with in
pleasing our patrons.
And Materials for Trimming.
The Opening continues Friday and Satur
day. We also make our first showing for
this season in .
And Long-Handle Sun Umbrellas.
The very latest novelties. Another inter
esting thing is our large line of Flannel
Blouse Waists, now ready, lor Misses and
Ribbons and Flowers in great variety.
Also the tennis sashes and belts take a
look at them.
It you have not been on the avenne to see
our Floral Representation of the Eiffel
Tower at the Paris Exposition in our win
dow, vou will be amply repaid for the
trouble ofcoming, we think.
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTS AVENUE.
SPECIAL To those interested in the
May Day Entertainment to be given in City
Hall, we have Butter-Cups and Daisies in
low-priced qualities for the Butter-Cup and
New designs at POPU
LAR PRICES to make
room for Spring Importa-.
tions, now arriving.
THE J. P. SMITH
lamp,Glas& China Co,,
935 Penn Avenue.
Is here. You will need curtains renovated and
carpets cleaned. "There Is but one place where
yon can get them done In the best manner pos
sible, ana that is at
ALLEGHENY STEAM LAUNDRY.
Offices in Plttsburc, 4438mltbneld street, 1918
parson street, and 100 Fedeml street, Alleghe
ny. Works, S53-3OT Beaver avenue, Allegheny.
Telephone 1261, , mttK-Jiwr
TO-DAY and T0-M0RR0W,
APRIL 12 and 13.
Our souvenir on this occasion
will be a spray of artificial lilies.
Our stores at this opening will be
richly and uniquely decorated, and
we cordially invite the public to
visit to look. No one will be im
portuned, even solicited, to pur
chase; but as a matter of personal
pride we desire all to see us at our
All of our departments will have
their special attractions, but we
single out for your particular at
tention: Easter Cards and Novelties,
Cloaks and Wraps,
Gloves, Hosiery and Underwear,
Laces and Embroideries,
Ladies' and Children's Handker
chiefs, Gentlemen's and Boys' Furnishing
Goods, and last, but by no means
Housefurnishing Goods, which in
clude Glass and China Ware,
Cutlery, Silverware, Kitchen
Fleishman & Co's.
NEW DEPARTMENT STORES
504,506 and 508 Market st.
"This Trade Mark Is on Our 'Windows,"
IS MY OLD
The above important question naturally
arises, now that tno sprine rains are here.
We can answer YES to this on account ot
having already PROVED It to thousands who
have profited by our BE-COVERING and RE
PAIRING ot their otherwise useless Um
brellas. Prices the LOWEST, on account of being
441 WOOD STREET.
Five doors from Fif tn ave. ap8-itwr
ztttttntt a insoranob co.,
-XLl L. -LN J3u Hartford, Conn.
Assets, January 1, 1867 SU.5tB.839 SO
EDWARDS & KENNEY. Agents,
OQ Kourth avenue Pittsburg,
BEAUTIFUL GOODS, POPULAR PRICES. V '
CLOAKS AND SUITS. On our second floor are now exhibited a grandly assorted stock of Suits and Dresses for Ladies, Hisses and Children newest spring materials.
Latest styles in Trimmings and Drapings. All well-made garments at low prices. All-wool Cloth Suits, braided panels and waist, in newest colors, at $9, is a decidedly pretty and
popular garment Cashmere and Henrietta Suits, trimmed and draped, from (10 and $12 up in colors and black. Black and Colored Silk Suits, Misses' Suits and Children's
Dresses in great variety for all ages. Ladies' Spring Jackets, striped, plaid and mixed cloths, $1 50 np; in plain colors, ?2 B0, 53 00 and up. Black Stockinette Jackets, $3 00 and '
up. oioc&ineiie o ac&eis in ail uesirauie cuiurs, o uu, e w wu uy. opuw iitmmiKu, uuiii uuu uiiureu, uu auu uraiueu, a w, iiu uu ana up. DUK ana uasnmere i raps
and Fichus, lace trimmed, beaded and embroidered, specially for elderly ladies. Infants' long and short Cloaks, plain and embroidered, in a variety of colors, at prices unequaled.
Beaded Capes, $3 60 up; a very superior bargain at $10 00. Large lines of new perfect-fitting Jerseys in black from 37a np. Beautiful colored Jerseys, plain and braided, $1 25
np. Ladles' fancy smocked and braided Jerseys. Hisses' Jerseys.
SPECIAL. An inspection of onr second floor will well repay yon.
All new patterns. A 3-yard Curtain for 50c, 05c and 75c; 3yard Curtains at $1 00, well worth 1 50. Grand assortment of designs at SI 50, 2 00, J2 50, 53 00, andup to ?lb
a pair. These beine the popular prices are specially cood values. Bare patterns in finer goods. Curtain Laces bv the yard. 12 Kc np. Scrims, plain and tancv colors, at low .
prices. Turcoman Curtains and Portieres,
Shades and Shade Cloths, all colors, at low
line at 50c np. Ingrains, new patterns Cottage, Hemp, Bag, Hall and Stair Carpets.
HILLINEBY DEPABTMENT. Open to-dar another installment of Straw Hats
display of Flowers and Wreaths, Sprays and
SPECIAL BAEGAINS. Black Gros
40-lncn all-wool Colored Henriettas, at 09c. uiacK Henriettas at-ooc. t5c and 7&c. uoiaen
Kid Gloves, SI 00 all colors and black. Men's Lanndried Shirts, 37c, 50c and up.
ESPSamples sent when requested. Hall orders promptly attended to.
- 1 ' 165,
JUSTUS WE EXPECTED.
Store crowded all day.
Everybody pleased. Every
body suited and everybody
surprised at the bargains we
have been offering the p'ast
two weeks in our NEW
ment), The crowd of eager
buyers gave us all we could
do to wait on them comfort
ably; As each day witnesses
some new surprise in this de
partment, we have designated
Wednesday and Saturday of
each week as "demonstration
days," and will hereafter on
these days have something
new and interesting to show
you. The great success of
our "Good Morning" Coffee
Pot (coffee made in one min
ute), and of our "Crown"
meat cutter, has warranted us
in coming to this decision.
Interesting Facts for This Week.
We have been able to se
cure from the manufacturer
a large lot of Wall Brackets
which we are going to give
you the benefit of. What is
his loss we are going to make
your gain. Have divided
them 'in 'five lots, as follows:
Lot 11,000 Brackets, which, are worth SOo
each, we sell at 15c each. -
Lot 3-1,500 Brackets, worth 60c, we sell at
Lot 8-2,000 Brackets, cheap at 60c, wasell
Lot 4 0 Brackets, cheap at 75e, wa sell
Lot 6-600 Brackets, cheap at 81, we sell
1.000 Brass Whisk Holders, with glass, to
sell at 14c.
1,500 Handsome Leatherette Picture Frames,
assorted colors, for 21c
2,000 Syrup Jugs, worth 20c for 9c each.
2,000 Large size Vinegar Cruets for 20c
5,000 Tumblers for 2o each.
2,800 Berry Dishes, 10-lncb, for 10c each.
600 Japanese Cups and" Saucers, 10c for Cup
500 eight-Inch Japanese Decorated Plates for
12c each. ' ,
We have also added the-f ollowing Items from
our Kitohen Department:
Three-quart Saucepan, with cover, for 12c,
Three-quart Buckets for 10c
Fonrteen.quartDish.Pan for 20c
Frying Fans, polished sueet Iron, for 13c
Pastry Boards, large size, for 29c
Picture Wire, 15-yard packages, for 10c a
Blulnjr, extra large bottles, for 9c
Towel Rollers for 10c.
Stove Palish for 5c a package.
Large Wooden Spoons, -polished, for 4c
Potato Mashers, nicely finished, for 4c
Rolling Pins, nicely finished, for 4c
And comolete lines of Agate and Granite
Ironware, Wooden ,Tin and Wire Goods at ex
ceptionally low prices.
MORRIS H. DANZIGER.
SIXTH ST. AND PENN AVENUE.
MLLE. E. DREYER.
NO. 644 PENN AVENUE.
IMPORTER OF FRENCH MILLINERY.
Trimmed Bonnets and round Hats.
Mourning a Specialty.
mHE OCEAN HOUSE
1 ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.,
Now open under old management.
f e22- 31-M W T J. A. REDD.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Ou the boacb, sea end of Virginia avenue
Steam heat, electric bells. Will open Febru
ary 9, 1889.
jal3-72-jnnrsu BUCK 4 McCLELLAN.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
MOVED TO THE BEACH.
'ENLARGED AND IMPROVED.
UNSURPASSED OCEAN VIEW.
Salt water baths in the house. Elevator.
mhl9-32-D E. ROBERTS fe SONS.
"DEDFORD MINERAL 8PRING8.
Jt BEDFORD, PKNNA.
Leading mountain resort. Water unequaled.
Hotel newly furnished. Opens June 8. Write
for circular. L. B, DOTY, Manager.
S3 50 a pair np. Chenille Curtains and Portieres. New Damasks. New Fringes. Curtain.
prices. Busier than ever before in the Carpet Boots. Our styles and prices are right. Body
Chrysanthemums, Daisies, Gauzes, etc. Bibbons and Laces for trimmings. See onr display
Grain Silks, 24-inch, SI 00 and SI 25. Black
167- and 169 FEDERAL
Actions done, after delay are
done in haste things done In haste
cannot be well done, and matters
not well done cannot be satisfac
tory. That is why we ask if you
are supplied with your SPRING
SUIT, OVERCOAT and HAT, and
if your son has his Confirmation
Suit. Easter is approaching. Our
assortment of Suits and Overcoats
for Men, Boys and Children is the
best line of reliable goods in the
two cities, and an inspection will
Confirmation Suits have received
our special attention. We have
them at $5 50, 33, $7 50, 88 50,
310 and 314, and the prices are
more pleasing when you seethe
Our Hat department is stocked
with the newest styles, and is
daily growing more popular on
account of low prioea for good
Tailors, CIotMera anl Hatters,
161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny.
PHOTOGRAPHER. 16 SIXTH STREET.
A fine, large crayon portrait ts SUi see them
before ordering; elsewhere Cabinets. $2 and
$2 60 per dozen. PROMPT DELIVERY.
The firms of R. P. "WALLACE & CO. and X. TAYLOR & CO. haying consolh
dated their interests in tbe Lamp, Glass and China business, will now continue the same;
under tbe firm name of
IK,. IP. -WALLACE & CO.,
. At 211 Wood St. and 102 and 104 Third Ave.
Tbe long experience of both members of the firm will enable them to put forth every
effort tor the accommodation and satisfaction of their patrons.
Tbey are now preparing an elegant line of China, Rich Cat Glass, Piano and Vasa
Lamps, Eanoy Goods and Bric-a-Brac for their SPBING OPENING, APKHi 15.
But, prior to this, will have to close out the entire stock of tbo late firm of D. Taylof
& Co., regardless of cost. Immense bargains now offered.
DON'T FOKGET THE NTJMBEB.
211 WOOb ST., Between Second and Third Aves.
what the dealers say; it makes no difference how far
reaching their claims, the fact remains that
k: E IE G H
undersells them all. This is a fact, as the thousands
of people, whom Keech calls customers, can testify.
Those who are in need of any
PUBNTTURB or CARPETS, RUGS or CURTAINS,
HOUSE PURNISBEENG; GOODS, BABY x
CARRIAGES, WRAPS, CLOTHING, etc., etc.,
WILL FIND A COMPLETE AND STYLISH ASSORTMENT OF THESE GOODS AX
923 and 925
E"Open Saturday Nights till 10
Hats, Mattings. Bugs of all kinds. Carpet Squares and Oil Cloths. Examine,onr prices. -
and Bonnets latest shapes. We haveveTervthinsr new and fashionable in colors. Grand
Surahs, Merveilleaux and Baratheas at 87c Colored Cashmeres, all wool, at 37Uc
jsx xaoie. Linen at coc; 7Z-incn uouoie
NEW ADYgRTISgygXTS. . t
313 SMITHFIELD STREET,
Opposite New Postofflc
Formerly at 88 Fifth ave.
FOR THIS SEASON.
OUR $18 OO
SUITS to ORDER
Spring Oyereoats, Silk Lined,
.FROM $18 00.
Finest Assortment of Woolens to
Choose from in the Country.
" ' ' ' " " '
All judges of Hats have decided
that tbe styles displayed by Abrams,
The Halter, are tbe neatest and
most genteel shapes on the street
this season. As usual, tbe assort,
ment is the largest in the elty.
Prices lower than elsewhere for the
same quality. One price for all.
Baseball gratis with each boy's Hat.
434 MARKET ST.
CREDIT HOUSE, . .
Penn Avenue, 1
wm, smrise. I
Poles and Chains at all prices. Window.jl
Brussels. 75a np. Tapestry Brussels, fine
ol Trimmed' Hats. We lead in styles and f
uamasfc Table Linens at 70c. s-uoox JKM