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tfHE PJTTSBUEG- DISPATCH, FRIDAY . OCTOBER, 28, 1892.
A BOYCOTT IN COURT.
Georgo M. Cote Sues the Members
of the Builders' Exchange.
CHARGES THEM WITH CONSPIRACY
Enpremo Justices near Arguments on the
THE KEWS OP THE COUNTY COURTS
transacted were a few naturslixa-
Georjje 2X. Cote, through his attorneys,
J. A. Wakefield and J. W. Kinnear, yes
terday entered suit for $10,000 damages
against Hngh Murphy, George Canning'
bam, Nathan Jews, Edward Eller, D. J.
Evans, A. J. Breitweiser, D. E. SDeer, "W.
L. Coyle, G. S. Lacy, George Leoffert and
John Leoffert The defendants, it is stated,
are members of the Planing Mill Associa
tion of Allegheny County and of the Build
ers' Exchange, of Pittsburg.
The plaintiff states that he was engaged
in the lumber business in Pittsburg and had
built up a good trade. In May, 1691, he
charges, the defendants conspired to injure
him, damage him in his business and de
prive him of his source of buying and of
customers, etc. They refused to sell him
material or supplies, and by threats, intimi
dations and other unlawful means prevented
others from selling lumber, eta, to him.
They sent out circulars to persons In the
trade, and to customers and persons frith
trhom he was deaiing, interviewed repre
sentatives of companies and firms person
ally, and by means of promises, intimida
tions, eta, prevented their dealing with the
plaintiff. One of the circulars sent out, he
states, was as follows:
Aixeqhext Cocirrr Plastso Mill aw J
Mat 1, 169L
To tbe Lumber Trade:
Gextlemes The Allegheny County Plan
ing Mill Aoclation, a list of whose mem
bers yon will find on tlie back of tills letter,
Is at present engaged in a life and death
struggle against unionism, socialism and
anarchy. We are flehtinjr asainst eljlit
hours, increased wages and the insulting
and impudent dictation on tlio part of labor
leaders. We lespect fully lequest you to
help us by rofuslnc to ship any material
Into this section, except it be to or on the
order of legitimate planlnir mills or lumber
dealers recognized as such prior to -May 1,
.D. ElLHt, D. J. EVAITS,
Letters were also sent to firms, one in
AS ATJSTKIAN BOHAHCS
Ends Disastrously for One of the Partici
pants In the Criminal Court,
In the Criminal Court yesterday a ro
mance that commenced in Austria was
given an unpleasant ending. Frank Blutt,
young Austrian, was convicted of per
jury and knowingly marrying the wife of
another. It was developed that about
three years ago, Blutt ran oS from Austria
with Katie Stareha, the wife of another
man. They came to Pittsburg, and finally
located in llUlvale. On Julyfi. 1890, he
took out a marriage license, swearing the
woman had never been married before.
and they were duly married. The husband'
in Austria eventually heard of their where
abouts, and communicated with friends
here. This brought to light the past of the
two, and Nicholas Bestwlck, with whom
they had boarded a while in Millvale, made
an information against Blutt. He was
found guilty yesterday and remanded for
sentence. The woman was not present, and
Blutt said he did not know where she was:
Nicholas Augustine was acquitted of as
sault and battery on George Schmidt at
West Liberty and the costs placed on the
" Police Officer "Wm. Lemon ii on trial be
fore Judee McClung for assault and bat
tery on Charles McGovern. It is alleged he
beat the man when arresting him at the
market house for disorderly conduct.
I "WOETH A GUXJOBA A BOX."
Dyspepsia is Mealing the roses from many
ladies' cheeks, and nuking many men's
! sA will surest the ml. J
sara II am restore aesuta.j
BhslBBBBr vf nnd eolnri lheT
will cure Sick Beodoche, acting llkel
ha charm on the istomaen, layer naj
Kidney'- Mle J eeuu omt.
i Corerei with a Tasteless and SolaMeCoaUn?.
S New York Depot, 365 Canal St.
particular to Woods, Jenks & Co., of Cleve
land, advising them to discontinue Cote as
their a;ent. As a result of this malicious
conspiracy, Cote alleges, lie has sustained
serious losses, has been deprived of his
regular sources of buying, could notreceive
material, eta, to fulfil contracts and had to
Eay high prices, eta, all of which damaged
im to the extent claimed.
To-Day's Trial lists.
. Criminal Court Commonwealth vs Da
vis Grossman, John K. Shanahan, Henry
Graham, John Burke, Harry Bliss, Casper
Copemeyer, John McFarland, Elmer Seppe,
Mary Noak, Earnest Livingstone, Kdward
Wilson, nannah Wallace, William Weed,
Frank DnmdrowBky, Moses Jiiffel, John
SiUes, Annie Freeman, John Megraw, Jos.
Greonwald, W. A. Carver, Catherine
Welsh, Mary E. Price, Mary
Urban, James Dawson, Thomas Smith,
Charles Lowry, Amelia Williams, Doo Hor
ner, Oliver Woodsworth, Jackson Moore,
Mary Barnert, John Takiensky, Bobert Al
lison, Geonre "Varley, John Varley and
Georse Ford. Oleomargarine cases: Henry
Young, Emil ttlobter, H. XT. Allison, A.
Braun, J. H. Dean, F. J. Fahrer, W. C Gal
braith, Lizzie Nineshulck, Christopher Bip
ple. T. A Samuels, W. C. Staring and A F.
We Place Advertisements in
Daily and Weekly,
Trade, Mechanical Papers
At Lowest Cost l
All copies of papers containing advertise
ments delivered to the advertiser.
THE FEEIGHT BILLS ALONE
Amounted to Hundreds of Dollars It "Was
the Largest Purchase Ever Recorded
The Sale ow In Fall Progress P. C. C.
C, Corner Grant and Diamond Streets.
Last week five big wholesale clothing
THE PRINTERS' STRIKE
Is Argned In the Supreme Court on an Ap
plication for an Injunction Upon the
Workmen Other Cases Carried Up
From the Lower Courts.
In the Supreme Court yesterday the case
of Murdock, Kerr & Co., job printers,
against Eugene Walker and others, strik
ing printers, was heard. The case is a re
sult of the job printers' strike in October,
1S91. Murdock, Kerr & Co. filed a bill in
equity in Common Pleas No. 3, asking that
the s'rikcrs be restrained from gathering
about their place of business or interfering
in any way with the new workmen they
had engaged. Judge Porter banded down
& lengthy opinion granting the injunction
against the strikers. They then appealed
to the Supreme Court. Attorneys D. F.
Patterson and W. C. Stillwagon argued the
case for the striking printers, and J. S. Fer
guson submitted his brief for the employ
ers. Arguments were heard yesterday on the
appeals of James Bovard, C L. Rose, L.
Peterson, S. B. Floyd and James W. Ar
rott from Common Pleas Na 1, and Rose,
Bovard, Peterson, Arrott and Joseph Wal
ton Irom Common Pleas No, 2. The cases
were actions to recover irom the individual
stockholders in the American Bank, which
became insolvent, amounts due creditors of
An argument was heard in the case of
Theresa Sekerak against Charles, W. C
and August Jutte, appealed bv defendants
from Common Pleas No. 3. The case was
an action for damages for the death of the
plaintiff's husband, who was drowned by
the defendants' steamboat running down
the skiS he was in. A verdict of 900 for
the plaintiff was given in the lower court.
The case of John H. Bradwell, of Green
tree borough against tbe Pittsburg and West
End Passenger Railway Company, was ar
gued. It is an action in which Bradwell
recovered $1,300 for an injury received by
being thrown from his buggy, claiming a
bad rail in tbe defendant company's track
caused the accident. The case was tried
twice in the lower court The last time the
plaintiff secured a verdict for 51,300. The
company wants this set aside.
The appeal of Ann L. Fowler, an action
on a loan, was argued.
The appeal of the West Penn Ttailroad
Company from the decree of the Quarter
Sessions Court opening a public road in
O'Hara township was argued.
An argument was heard in the case of J.
JL Mueller against Ross township, ap
pealed by the defendants from Common
Pleas No. 3. The case was an action for
damages for injuries caused by the plaint
iff's horse falling over an embankment
alongside of tbe roadway. He received a
Terdict for 509 07 in the lower court.
manufacturers sold out their entire rail and
winter production to two large retail con
cerns, the leading American clothiers. A H.
King Co., of New York, and tne P.aaii,
or Pittsburg (whom all know will), were the
buyers. It took 80 carloads to bring tbe
stock here, and the bills of lading showed
that tne P. C C C became the possessors of
the enormous shiument from Naumburg,
Kraus, Lauer & Co., 657 Broadway; Horn
thai, Welsman & Co, 670 llroadwav;
H. & B. Brown, 624 Broadway; Stein-
hart Ueidleburg, 703 Broadway, and
Hymes Bros. & Co., 629 Broad
wayall makers of fine clothing.
Everyone in tbe trade considers It the big
gest deal in clothing ever heard of. This
enormous purchase is now being disposed of
and the lale will proceed from Cray to day
until everything Is sold. This cives the
publlo a chance to buy at wonderfully low
prices at tbe P. C. C C. overcoats, ulsters
and suits for men ana boys at "next to
nothing." You may as well get tbe benefit
of this great opportunity others have al
ready supplied themselves. Be on hand to
day "and secure the greatest bargains of
your life. Here are a few sample specimens.
They'll w ake ud the man who wants to save
money and make all others who try to quote
bargains to match these take a Dack seat.
More overcoats and ulsters in this sale than
Is contained in all the stores of Pittsburg
Men's blue and black double-breasted
cheviot suits, sizes 31 to 43, worth $1
at r 4 0 75
Men's overcoats, blue, black and drab,
lined tilth CAssimere cloth, also silk
velvet inlaid collar, worth $13, at S 75
jnen s lonocnt caiincre overcoats,
well made, worth $10, at 8 40
Men's elegant fall overcoats, black,
blue, Oziord, tan, brown and eray,
silk faced and silk sleeve linings,
worth $18, at.. 7 50
The kins storm ulsters, made up of
chinchilla and Shetland, greit cold
weather garments, worth $15, dur
ing this sale go for 5 75
We will only sell 100 at this price in
order to introduce them.
Men's heavy beaver nnd chinchilla
overcoats, fine goods, black, blue and
brown shades, worth $25, at 8 00
Men's fine ulsters, extra long cut, big
collars, cas3imere cloth lined, worth
$18, during this sale at 7 CO
Men's fine overcoats, made of tba best
cloths, elegantly lined and designed,
equal to merchant tailors' make,
worth $30. at 10 00
Elegant dress snlts, plain black goods,
silk mixtures, walos and clay diag
onals, tailors charge $30 and $35 to
make, our price now. 10 00
Men's fine Prince Albert snlts, pants
same as coat and vest, or different if
preferred, regular price $35, now go
lor. 12 00
others we Ulsnlav a wonderful line of the
choicest high-grade evercoats and ulsters
ever shown in this city. The finest im
ported kersey, melton and lur beavers, silk
and satin lined, and all at the lowest of
Men's genuine Carr'a melton overcoats,
triple milled, elegantly made; we positively
guarantee that you have to pay $10 to $50 for
their equal at other stores, tailors charge
$75 to make them, our price $25
Boys' Irish frieze ulsters, sizes 13 to 19;
also fine chinchilla overcoats at $1 50 and $5.
In order that the people living out of town
may have tbe same benefit of our great sale
as those residing in Pittsburg and Allegheny
we will refund your railroad tare on every
purchase of $10 and over. Don't miss It.
Sale now in full progress. Come to-day.
P. C. C a. Clothiers, corner Grant and Dia
WHAT TO EAT
is a difficult problem with
many people because but
few articles of food agree
with them. The doctor says
and the result is unpalata
ble food. The reason the
physician objects to grease
is because lard is the article
most used, and every phy
sician knows that hog lard
in any shape is unhealthy
Every one interested in
pure and healthful food hails
with joy the new product
which is composed of pure
cottonseed oil and pure beef
suet nothing else not
even salt. It is better than
either lard or butter for all
cooking oses, and one
pound-of Cottolene will do
as much as two pounds of
lard or butter, and it costs
less than either.
Every housekeeper that
tries Cottolene will find in
it just what she wants.
Beware of imitations get
the geniune of your grocer.
N. K. FAIRBANKS CO.,
F. SELLERS &. CO.
SECOND DEGREE MUEDEB.
Sirs. David Grossman Found Guilty of
Hilling Her Infant.
Mrs. David Grossman, of McKeesport,
charged with infanticide, was yesterday in
Judge Kennedy's court found guilty of
murder in tbe second degree. When tbe
Jury returned its finding the prisoner was
In no way affected. Bhe did not seem to
Jacob Weil was the principal witness in
the case. He had discovered the newly
born babe in a vault in Mrs. Grossman's
back yard. He had called a nurse to have
the baby cared for. During the trial it was
developed that Mrs. Grossman had been
married but six weeks before the child was
born. In his charge to the jury Judge Ken
nedy reviewed the law carefully. With
their Terdict the jury recommended the
prisoner to the extreme mercy of the
Several Executions Issued Yesterday.
The following executions were issued
yesterday: Adler, Bodelheim & Co.
against A. L. Murphy, 51, 850; C Bauerlein
Brewing Company against A. L. JIurphy,
512 50; George P. Kun against John F.
Moore, $1,501 65; Weiler Bros, against
Catharine Coyle, 571L
Got Too Much Water.
Joseph Sherer yesterday entered suit
against Matthew Bippey for $3,000 damages.
He alleges that Bippey in building some
houses on Feilbaugh street, Mil vale,
changed the level of the ground so that the
water, etc., ran into Sherer's place, dam
aging it to the extent claimed.
Allegheny City Loses Another Suit.
In the suit of Kate Eckert against Alle
gheny City for damages 'for injury to prop
erty In Woods' Bnn, Allegheny, caused by
the construction of tbe California avenue
bridge, a verdict was given yesterday ior
4,600 for the plaintiff!
Making American Citizens.
A brief session of the United States DIs
fcitt Court wm -held ,jeiterdj ffh&3onlj
Onr Iioss Is Tour Gain.
We are sellins our stoce, damaged by Are,
water and smoke, at almost your own prices,
and now is your chance to get a bargain in
china, glass and lamps, etc., at T. G. Evans
& Co.'s, Third and Market, as the stock must
be sold at once to make room for new goods.
Come early to avoid tbe rush.
Children's Merino Underwear.
100 dozen in this lot. They are so cheap
that no child in this city need v,o without
warm underclothing. Size 18, 15e, up to size
31,33c. Shirts and pants. Come and Bee.
E. S. Giles,
S2, 91 and 96 Federal street, Allegheny.
Don't Take the Bisk
Of Are or thieves, but keep your valuable
papers, bonds, eta, in the safe deposit vaults
of the Farmers' Deposit National Bank, 68
Fourth avenue. Boxes rented at $5 a year
Where Science ends and Common
Sense should rule. Persons of seden
tary habits are liable to 'indigestion
or dyspepsia. These, in turn, will
bring on nervous disorders, kidney
complaints, constipation, etc. This
is especially the case with merchants,
students and scientists. They will
give you the exact dimensions of
Jupiter, the distance from Saturn to
the sun, to a foot, but they cannot or
will not tell themselves what will cure
this train of disorders.
For ailments resulting from seden
tary habits inactivity of the liver,
habitual constipation, etc. the en
tire medical fraternity of Europe and
America almost unanimously recom
mend the genuine Carlsbad Sprudel
Salt and the Waters of Carlsbad.
Eisner & Mendelson Co., Sole
Agents, 6 Barclay street, New York.
are a natural source of pride to their
owner if they 're white and smooth.
"I have to wash" is no excuse, for
preserves the most delicate skin or
the thinnest fabric Soaps that
smart like a whip's lash aren't you
tired of them? Your poor hands are.
JAS. S. KIRK A CO., - Chicago.
IVE DOLLARS !
Yes; Ten Dollars
saved; and you
have as elegant an
Overcoat as tho' made
to your measure.
Buys a superb, well
better than .you think.
If you haven't seen
our Overcoats you
haven't seen the- best
to be had.
B. & B.
The kind women want and
at PRICES that will pay you
Women's Jersey Ribbed
shaped Vests, winter weight
Egyptian cotton, gray mixed,
35 cents. -
Women's Derby Ribbed
Vests, ecru color, cream
taffeta, silk faced, front, pearl
buttons, winter weight, 50
Women's Ecru UNION
SUITS, Jersey ribbed Egypt
ian cotton, winter weighty
silk crochet edge, pearl but
tons a superb under suit
CHILDREN'S Vests and
Pantalettes, natural color
and white both kinds one
price. They're extra good
sizes 1 8 to 26 45 cents
for size 18 and rise 5 cents a
Merino Vests and Panta
lettes soft, good and warm
silk galloon finding, pearl
buttons, ribbed skirt on
Sizes 16 and 18 15 CtS.
Size 20 20 CtS.
Sizes 22 and 24 25 CtS.
Sizes 26 and 28 30 CtS.
Sizes 30 and 32 35 CtS.
240 feet shelf and counter
room devoted to the sale of
Men's, Women's and Chil
dren's Underwear from good
low qualities to bes't silk.
We're bidding for extra un
derwear business and w'e're
getting it on good quality
pand low price.
A WILD GOOSE CHASE
IS WHAT YOU'LL TAKE
If you spend, any, time in trying to
even match the specials in SHOES
and UNDERWEAR which we
advertise below. You will be very
much mistaken if you judge of the
quality of the goods offered by the
BOGUS & BUHL.
THE ONLY REASON
For trie continued' increase of THE
DISPATCH adlets is that they give
ARTIST AND PHOTOGEAPUEB,
Cabinet!, 82 to 84 per dozen; petltea, St
per dozen. Tele tkone 1TSI. ap&Yl-xwrai
. WHITE STAR LINE.
For Queenatown and lylverpool.
.Royal and United States Mall steamers.
Teutonic, Not. 2. 2pm (Teutonic Nov. 30, 2pm
BrltannlcNoT.9.9:30amBrllannlc Dec. 7, 8am
Majeitic Not. 16. 2pm UaJesticDecl4,l:30pin
Germ'c Not. 23. 8 a m lOermanlc Dec. 21. 7am
FromWMte8tar dock, root of Wert Tenth street.
'Second cabin on these steamers. Saloon rates,
150 and UDward. Excursion tickets on favorable
term. Second cabin. (40 and 849. Steerage from
or to the old country, pj.
White Star drafts payable on demand In all the
principal banks throughout Great Britain. Apply
toJOrIN J. MCCORMICK. 639 Smlthfleld street,
Pittsburg, or H. MAITLAND KERSEY, General
Agent. 23 Broadway, N. Y. ocls-d
Steamers Iieaxe New York Every Saturday
For Glasgow via Londonderry.
Hates' for Saloon Passage.
Cabin, 845 and upwards.
Second Cabin, 830, steerage S19.
Passengers booked at through rates to or from any
city In Great Britain or on the Continent.
Drafts on JConrlon Sold at Lownt Kttea,
Book of Information, tours and sailing lists fur-
nunea on application to Agents
HEJiDKEbON.BBOlHERS. 7 Bowling Green. N,
Y., or J. J. McJCORMICK, 639 Smlthfleld St.. Pitts
burg. P. M. SKMP.LE, 110 lederai St.. Allegheny.
JtOYAL MAIL srEAMSaird.
GLASGOW to PHILADELPHIA
VTA. DEKEY and GALWAY. Tne most di
rect route from Scotland and Korta and
Middle of Ireland.
Intermediate, S30. Steerage, 819.
STATE1 SERVICE OP
LINb. J STEAMSHIPS.
NEW YORK and GLASGOW
via Londonderry every Fortnight.
Nov. 10 State of Nebraska. 9a.k.
NowSi........ State of California.. 8 a.jc
I Deo. 15 ..State of Nebraska.- sooir.
9Q RiTtJi St Cabin, $10. Second Cabin, $30. Steerage, (IS.
ui waavu ww i ADDtttod.J.JcuyuMi(;ityBmnnjiei
Here's a snap: Stacy,
.Co.'s Shoes, hand-welt;
Men's B Calf Plain Lace
Men's Calf, cork sole, lace, $2.50.
Men's Calf, Goodyear welt tipped
Ladies' Dongola, cloth top, patent
leather tip, spring heel, button,
Ladies' Dongola, hand-turned,
new Philadelphia, patent leather,
tipped button, $2.75.
Boys' Veal Calf, tipped, button or
Boys' Veal Calf; tipped, lace $1.
Youths' A Calf, button and lace,
Youths' Veal Calf, spring heel,
button and lace, $1.25 and $1.50.
Misses' grain leather, button, 85a
Misses' Dongola, patent leather
tip, button, 990.
Child's Dongola, wedge heel, but
Same shoe, with patent leather
100 dozen absolutely fast black
Merino Wool Shirts or Drawers,
worth $1.25, at only 63 a
75 dozen old gold, extra heavy 2
thread Merino Shirts or Drawers,
made with satin front 'and ribbed
tail; goods cheap at $i.25,go at 84c
60 dozen Dr. Wright's fleece
lined Underwear, the great health
garment; cheap at $1. "Our price
100 dozen absolutely pure Camel's
Hair Shirts or Drawers, extra heavy,
made with ribbed tail and long cuffs;
regular $2 grade for $1.39.
50 dozen Odds and Ends in
Heavy Winter Underwear, Shirts
only: Most of them are from our
regular 50c, 75c and 99c grades, but
we will close them out at 25c.
DON'T FAIL Tb SEE
SPECIAL HAT OFFER
300 TO 400 MARKET ST:
DEEDS THAT WILL BE HONORED WHEN MONUMENTAL COLUMNS LIE M0LDERING IN DUST.
FORTY YEARS OF
THE MOST RENOWNED OF ALL OF THEM.
STAND THE HIGHEST IN PUBLIC FAVOR.
IWWis .R.SKe jSfnrai
SO per cent sarel on Hata. See the B1.SO
ALPINE HAT) olso the 8S, 83.S0 and
Honest methods, combined with econom
ical working, and the popularity of the small
profit system, are sufficiently gratifying to us,
and makes patrons speak well of EISNER
& PHILLIPS' mode of catering for trade. Let
others slap on their big profits and -pull the
wool over the eyes of theif customers. EilSNER
& PHILLIPS want none of that in theirs.
Gentlemen, your kind attention to this slice
of importance. If you carefully analyze the
writings of a few clothing writers, you will
notice that they actually want to pay you to
take their clothing away; others say they are
selling at a loss and that they have the grand
est, cheapest, best, etc., etc.
Now, we don't want you to believe us on
the losing money, plan or on a foundation of
that nature. When we ask you to call and
inspect our double-breasted or single-breasted
Overcoats at 5, $ 7, $ 1 o, $ 1 2, $15; $18 to
$40, we guarantee you a saving of at least 33
per cent, and regarding the double-breasted
Suits, we will take pleasure in convincing
you that those at $10, $12, $15 to $25 can
not be duplicated for a cent less than our
guaranteed saving, 33 per cent.
EISNER & PHILLIPS,
The Recognized-Leading Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers,
FTJPTSC JsTErifTUtt, OOKIsTBte; OF "W"OOID.