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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY,- MARCH .-,16, 1889.
B ' tft-' . rU ALL SATED BUT ONE. ;Five of the Miners Entombed Alive at lit. Camel are Eescned. AN ALMOST MARVELOUS ESCAPE. The Truth of the Yalley Eailroad Deal is Again Asserted. ALL THE NEWS FEOM XEAR-BY TOWKS Motjkt Cabjiel, March 15. Supreme joy reigns in the homes of John Hall, Nicholas Bevels, Michael Buggy, Patrick Leonard and Vincent Kokns to-night on account of their almost miraculous' deliver ance from -what at this hour lastnight seemed certain death. Hundreds of citizens escorted them from the Black Diamond Colliery, the scene of the accident this after noon, to Mount Carmel, and a constant stream of callers has been on hand ever since. Hall and Bevels, though suffering ex tremely from nervous exhaustion, gave to-night the firstaccount of their experience. These two men were engaged in driving new shutes in breast If o. 8 in the south slope of the mine about noon yesterday, when they heard a tcriffie roar, and the next minute they experienced a shock which caused Hall to ex claim to. his butty. "My God, Nick, the slops has caved in!" Revels descended to the pane- way, and 12 feet from him found their egress to the slope cut off by huge rocks. He called to the miners who were working in No. 7 and soon saw Rokus crawling from the debris. They had joined in the shouts and then heard Nearshalsky calling from No. 7 chamber for help. He was pinioned by a large rock and urged bis comrades to come to his rescue. They climbed np a distance, bnt the danger frew so great that they had just time to run ack when a second fall occurred and no more sound was heard. The poor fellow was in all probability killed, though a force of men are still working for his deliverance. The Ave miners who were saved secured themselves by setting props in the gangway, and they then awaited the result. They beard their rescuers stop work outside about 6 o'clock last night, and, growing desperate, they endeavored to climb up an abandoned chamber and gain an exit, but mountain-like boulders stood in their way. They returned to the gangway and en deavored to console one another. Later they heard sounds of outside work again and their hope grevr. They betook them selves to prayer and the sounds grew nearer. They then signaled five times on the solid pillar; the rescuers returned the signal, and the wives, children and hundreds of friends at the month of the colliery knew that nve were safe. At 12 o'clock to-dav tbey heard a voice shout ing, "Are all safe?" The imprisoned miners answered back, "Five are here; one is covered." The next moment they embraced their rescuers and shea tears of happiness. Their deliverance had been effected by driving a tunnel 29 yards. Hundreds of tons of debris must be removed before the mine can be put in working order. THE VALLEY WAS SOLD And Its Combination 'With the Alliance Goad Acnln Asserted. Cxsrox, O., March 15. The sale of the con trolling interest iu the stock of the Talley ttailway, from Valley junction to Cleveland, is now confirmed, and it is known positively that large stockholders have their checks for their interest transferred according to a sale agree ment made several days ago. The first report that Andrew Carnegie was in the deal created more than ordinary interest, and now that suit has been begun at Cleveland by his representa tives to close in and take control of the Alli ance and Lake Erie road, from Phalanx to Bergholz, on bis rail account, coupled with the knowledge that this road will be connected with the Valley by a link from Canton to Paris, and carry Valley cars to Wellsville, it is generally considered that Carnegie's connec tion is beyond reasonable doubt. Carnegie's connection is especially believed, notwithstanding the denials of his representa tives, from the fact that the scheme includes a link from Wellsville on the Ohio to the Char tiers Valley and Yonghiogheny, controlled by the Carnegies, to get into Pittsburg. It is also believed that the syndicate purchase of coke lands at Morgantown, W. Va., and the exten sion of the Chartiers Valley from Washington, Pa., l part of the plan to parallel the Cleve land and Pittsburg by linking several small roads, and carry coal and coke to the lakes and iron re towara Pittsburg, thus insuring traffic both ways. The Valley is 80 miles long. It is stocked for about 1,200, CO! ROMANCE IX KEAL LIFE. Two Marriages, Same Xnrobcr of Deaths nnd Bliss nt Last. PrrxxstJTAWNET, Starch 15. Twenty-two years agoMargarct M. Thompson was a rosy young school ma'am, in Indiana county, and a youthful farmer named John 1L Reed fell In love with her and proposed marriage. Miss Thompson was not averse to the young man's attentions, but urged him to wait In the moantimo she met John M. Brewer, a youth of this place, whom she soon afterward married. Mr. Reed also married and in a few vcars went West. Two years ago when Sir. lirewer was on his way to Pittsburg with a fleet of lumber, the rafts were tied up near a small railroad station and the crew stopped for dinner. While walking up the railroad track 'Mr. Brewer was struck and killed by a train. Shortly after Mrs. Reed was taken ill with fever and died. In the course of events Mr. Reed learned of the widowhood of his old love, wrote to her and renewed his proposition of marriage. This time he was accepted, and yesterday Airs. Brewer, who is a highly es teemed lady, started for Spokane Falls, Wash ington, to join the lover of her youth and re kindle the flame that had been extinguished 22 years ago. HEIRS TO A IfORTUXE. A Possible Streak of Luck for a Little Washington Family. WASnutGTOx, Pa., March 15. There Is a prospect that the children of W. H. Braden, mall carrier between the several depots of Washington and the postofflce, have fallen heirs to a considerable estate. Thomas Braden, of Des Moines, Iowa, was in town to-day in re gard to the matter. The property in question is in Philadelphia and valued at 3,000,000. It is claimed it was owned by James Robb, who located In that city in 1783, and who died Intestate, the estate never having been ad ministered on. This estate, it is claimed, would go to his sister. Mary Robb, buried at Ami ty, this county, and from her to the children of Mr. Braden. MARRIED IN HASTE. Tho Youthful Groom Grew Homesick and Deserted His Bride. Tiffin, March 15. Some time ago Miss Jen nie Smith, of Attica, went to Decatur, Ind, on a visit. Jennie is well along to the thirties, but she met a HooBicr lad of 17, named Davis Kern, whom she completely fascinated. They eloped and went to Van Wert last week, and were married. They then went to her home, near Attica, but the youthful groom soon crew . homesick and a few days ago deserted bis bride, returning to his parents. The bride mourns in vain but her mate will not return. Tan Baren Baker Not Satisfied Yet. ' Wheeling, March 15. Counsel for Van B. Baker, the Hancock county murderer of his wife and her mother at Holliday's Cove, nearly two years ago, held a conference at the office of Colonel W. W. Arnett this afternoon and perfected arrangements to carry the case to the Supreme Court. Baker, who is in jail in this city, has been convicted of murder, and is now awaiting a life sentence to the pen itentiary. He Most Look Out for Vengeance. Vsiosrowsr, March 15.James Fordyce, who was one of the witnesses for the prosecu tion in the McCausland murder trial at vaynesburg recently, has been, warned in a note that the friends of the condemned man, in this county, have swor vengeance on him for his adverse testimony and to keep bis eyes open. Sale of a Cool Tract. BbocswatvIku; March 15. A telegram from Buffalo savs that J. M Jirinker, of that city, has bought tbe Sbawmut Coal Company's lands, Ave mUes east of this village, in Elk county, and will commence operations im mediately. The tract embraces 6,000 acres, and the new works will give employment to prob ably 5,000 men. She Would Not Die nn Old Mnld. Wimcesbabee, March 15. Fannie Robin sou, a lady of high standing, not desiring a second pestponetnent of her marriage, had her weuaineirosseauput on ner in oeu,wasoar- uunutuunana.marriea v, .- V. urn- , -.nt; cue tnen -returned to oed-uaexpects NUMBER ONE AFTER. HIM. An Ohio Man Who I Alleged to Have Too Many Wives. Tiffin, March is. Eleven years ago J. D. Larmouth came to Carey. O., and two years later married Miss Susan Shaman, of that place. He first worked by the day, but after ward became one of the wealthiest and most prominent citizens of the town. Yesterday a woman came there who. claimed, she was his first wife, and had him arrested on a charge of bigamy. She says he married her in Oswego, N. Y., in 1873, her name being Emma J. Smith. Five years later he deserted her and came West, because of certain questionable transac tion, the consequences of which he wanted to escape. She had heard of his whereabouts by accident. met Bnt to Part Forever. BABJTKSVH.I.E, March 15. Forty years ago Daniel and Seth Edson, brothers, and natives of this State, separated, -the former becoming a resident of this place and the latter going to Michigan. Yesterday the brothers met at the home of Daniel for the first time in these many years, and the meeting between the two broth ers was a joyful one. A few hours later, how ever, Daniel expired from heart disease. A Pittsburg Man In Luck. Tobonto, Om March 15. R. H. Herron, of W. A. Herron Sons, got a 20-barrel oil well to-day on the Herron farm. In the Turkeyfoot field. It is three miles from the first wells. Tri-Stnto Brevities. Salem feels happy because all of her shops are busy, with good prospects ahead. Ckabi.es Pbice, JRm of Martinsburg, was killed by the bursting of a railroad torpedo. T. J. Blate, harness dealer of Weston, W. Va., has assigned. Pittsburg firms are the chief creditors. The Zihlman Flint Glass works has started up at North .Baltimore, Q, The factory was given free gas. The budding orators and essayists of Wash, iogton and Jefferson College will hold their an nual contest March 27. A bio convention of temperance people met at Cbambersburg and organized the county for the coming campaign. Alliance dedicated her new electric road with a two days' jubilee, free rides, speeches and similar joyous manifestations. The depot of the Cincinnati and Muskingum Railroad at Roseville burned early yesterday morning. Loss 12,000, with no insurance. As Italian sub-contractor named Moroni, employed in constructing the new railroad line to Uhrichsville, has skipped with 81,000 of his employer's lucre. Westmoreland prohibitionists gathered at Greensburg yesterday and formally opened the cold water campaign. The sum of $1,135 was raised for educational purposes. The hardware store of Babbitt, Brooks & Smith, at Warren, O, who have been in busi ness fpr eight years, was closed by the Sheriff on attachments amounting to 7,000. THE 11 collieries operated by the Lehigh and Wilkesbarre Coal Company, which have been Idle since February 28, will resume work on Monday next. This will again give employ ment to nearly 8,000 men and boys. Take 'Em at Yonr Own Price. The balance of our winter stock must go, regardless of cost Big bargains are offered now in men's suits, pants, underwear and working shirts. Special bargains for to-day in suits for boys and children. If you want bargains for yourself and boys, call at the Hub, 439 Smithfield st, Boston Clothing House. GAIL HAMILTON, &&Trr$& have something to say about an agnostic hero, depleted in the modern theological novel, and calls attention to a truth 1SO0 years old. DIED. AULENBACHER Suddenly, on Thursday, March 14, 1SS9. at 11:55 A. JL, CHABLES AULEN bacheb, aged 45 years 1 month 20 days. Funeral on Sunday, March 17, at 2 p. M., from his late residence. No. 182 Sixteenth street, Southslde, Pittsburg. Friends' of tbe family and members of Peter Frits Lodge, No. 4S8, L O. O. F., and Ottawa Tribe, No. 64, L O. of R. M. and Odd Fellows' Liedertafel are in vited to attend. 2 BALL On Thursday, March 14,1889, at 850 p. M,, Chables U. BALL,aged 21 years. Funeral from the residence of C. T. Russell, corner of Clifton and Harrison avenue, Alle gheny, on Sunday mobnino at 10 o'clock. Friends are invited. BURNS On Friday. March 15, 1889, at 3 P. M., at her residence, 109 Page street, Allegheny, MA3IE Bbekn, wife of J. A. Burns. 'Funeral notice hereafter. Wilmington, Del., and Philadelphia papers copy. DEBACHER On Wednesday, March 13, 18S9, at 550 P. it.. Cbistina, daughter of Joseph and the late Apelonia Debacher, aged 27 years 11 months. Funeralfrom her lather's residence. No. 8 Forest street, Troy Hill, Allegheny, on Satub dat, March 16, at 8:30 A. II. Requiem mass will be held at the Holy Name of Jesus Church, Troy Hill, at 9 o'clock. Friends of tbe family are respectfully invited to attend. Carriages will leave A. Pappert fc Son's undertaking room at 8 A. M. 3 GLASSBURNER On March 14, 18S9, at 4:20 A. M., WILLIA3I GLASSBEBNEE, in his 67th year. Funeral from his late residence, East Belle vue, on Satubday, March 16, at 2 p. St. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to at tend. 2 HAVICAN At Homestead, Pa, March 15, 1SS9, John Hayican, aged 32 years. Funeral on Sunday, March 17, at 10 o'clock A. K. Interment St. Mary's. Pittsburg. Fticnds of the family invited. HOFFMANN On Thursday. March 14, 1SS9, at 12:15 o'clock A. M., Chaei.es HOFFMANN, in the 2Sth year ot his age. Funeral will take place from tbe residence of his father, 4734 Laurel avenue. Sixteenth ward, Bloomfield, on Satubday, March 16, at 830 a. M. Friends of tbe. family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 LENFESTEY On Friday, March 15, 1889, Maggie Chubcit tt tt.t., wife of L B.Lenfestey, aged 32 years. Funeral services at the St. Peter's Pro Cathedral, Allegheny City, at 2 p. il, on Sun day, March 17, 18S9. Interment private. MARSHALL At her residence,No. 78 River avenue, Allegheny, on Friday, March 15, at 8:30 p. sl, Nancy McCully, wiuow of John a Marshall. Notice ot funeral In Sunday Dispatch. McMILLIN On Friday, March 15, 1SS9, at 7:40 P. M., Mybtle, infant daughter of G. Wi and Lizzie McMillin. Funeral on Sabbath, March 17, at 2:30 p. it, from residence of parents. No. 1 Warden street, West End. Friends are respectfully invited to attend. NOKL On Friday.March 15, 1889. at Z o'clock a. it., Lilly Bell, daughter of C. C. and Julia Noel, aged 15 yeari, 6 months and 14 days. Funeral from the parents' residence, No. 33 Fifteenth street, Sharpsburg, Sunday, at 3 o'clock P. st. Friends of the family are re spectfully invited to attend. NEELY On Friday, March 15, 1889, EVA J wife of William Neely, Jr., In the 34th year of her age. Notice of funeral hereafter. WALTERS On Friday, March 15,1889, at 1030 a. m., Bebtha Eookf Walters, Funeral on Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, from M E. Church, Bridgewater, Pa. ZUGG March 15, 1889, Miss Lizzie Zugo, aged 79 years. Funeral from the Sandusky Street Baptist Church, on Satubday, March 16, at 130 p. m. Interment at Sewickley. ZSCHOEGNER In Detroit, Mich.,EJTHA, daughter of Johanna and tbe late J. G. Zscboegner, in the 21st year of her age. Funeral from her late residence, No. 55 High street, Allegheny, on Sunday, March 17, at 2 o'clock p. ir. Friends of tho family are re spectfully invited to attend. 2 JAMES ARCHIBALD fc BRO LIVERY AND SALE STABLES. 117, 119 and 138 Third avenue, two doors below Smithfield st, next door to Central Hotel. Carriages for funerals,S3. Carriages for operas, parties, &x, at the lowest rates. All new car riages. Telephone communication. myS-dGO-TTa TEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN ISO. ASSETS . $9171,69633. Insurance Co. of North America. Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L JONES, 84 Fourth avenue. 1a20c2-D' WESTERN INSVRANCE CO. OF PITTSBURG. Assets... , ,...,. ,..,.448,501 87 " NO. 411 WOOD STREET. ALI4XANDER NIMIOK. President JOHN B. JACKSON. Vlen VrrtMent&tJ fe22-26-TTS. -WM. P. HERBERT, Secretary! SEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CHAMBER FURNITURE. Our new patterns of Bed room Suites in Mahogany, Walnut, Antique Oak, Cherry, Surpass all former ones in. elegance of style and finish, and lowness of price. The constant wonder in furniture now is how so much good value can be given for so lit tle money; A striking illus tration is our $20 Suite. ft"gg 22X28 1 Another carload of this unequaled (3 piece) suite in' Solid Antique Oak is received and ready for delivery. We have thoroughly canvassed the furniture manufactories, both East and West, but have not found its equal; nor have we heard of any other deal er's offer of its equal, at the price. A large purchase for cash enabled us to do it N. B. The new Parlor Suites, in their lovely color ings and beautiful fabrics, make their salesfloor look like a flower garden in full bloom. The advantage of selection falls to those who buy ear liest 0. McCLINTOCK & CO., 33 FIFTH AVENUE. mhl4-TT3 Spring Millinery Opening Yesterday. It -will be continued to-day, 'Friday," and to-morrow, Saturday. The ladies all say our display eclipses any and all of our former efforts in this diiection, and the universal verdict is, that our tottejn feoptg ajid flat? are the handsomest they have ever seen. If you have not been in, be sure and come to-day or to-morrow. Our window dis play of MILLINERY and APPLIED DRESS TRIMMINGS attracted thous ands of eyes yesterday, and if for nothing else, it will pay you to come to the aye. nue to see our beautiful display we axe making. HORNE & WARD, 4:1 FIFTH AVENUE. mhl5-D SPRING OVERCOATS. The merry time of the clothier's year comes around with the making of Spring Overcoats. They let our skill have free play! You want the artistic side of tailoring turned out to fts fullest, and we're glad to bring it to the front The long soft roll is the nobby thing in them this sea son! The shorter length is the nobby thing! So much for style. Then for elegance. You can't outstrip it in your wishes, They're silk-lined throughout; or silk-faced to the buttonhole line; or, if you want one with out these, you'll get good style anyhow. Isn't it nigh time to leave your .measure for a Spring Overcoat or Suit? Wanamaker & Brown, Sixth street and Pcin avenue. I SI NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. EdtfraS. asS jOsSmiK BETTER HURRY THE SEASON THAN TO LET THE Season lurrj You I This explains the early changes we are mak ing for spring. We prefer to hurry things up a little than to be left behind. We have made several changes in order to have our spring goods handier for customers. Mil linery' moved to the first, floor, in the left aisle. IT o trouble now to reach this depart ment. All the newest styles and designs in Hats, Bonnets, Bibbons and flowers. Some of the veryurettiest things in the market right here, veilings and Buohings moved to the center aisle. Just the time of year you most need veils, you know. March winds and April suns are disastrous to com-, plexions. Jane.Hading Veilings from 65o a yard up. Laces and Embroideries changed to right aisle. Only a little way down, and famous bargains. Corsets and "bustles taken to sec ond floor. , Everyone knows just what this department is, and they,'ll be sure to find it. While you're .on the second floor take alook at our display of New Spring Cloaks and Wraps for ladies, misses and children.. We have a beautiful line. Our buyers omitted nothing, and from Jersevs to Wraps our stock is complete and handsome in styles and colorings. You will find onr Glove, Hosiery and Underwear Departments un- -changed. New goods in each. A line of Ladies' Silk Vests, in fancy colors, at 75c; an opportunity that seldom offers. Some thing new in Lisle Thread Vests in cro chetted vokes. Combined colors in latest shades. Jnst received this week, 100 dozens Misses' Fast Black, English Bibbed Hose at 25c a pair. Beyond the usual run in bargains. Our Umbrella Department is the first in the left aisle. Men's Furnishing Goods, Dress Trimmings and Buttons, and Book Depart ments remain the same. Some changes in our basement (House Furnishing De partment) that we leave as a surprise to our friends. DON'T EAIL TO VISIT IT AND SEE QUE NEW WABES. Fleishman & Go's. MEW DEPARTMENT STORES 504,506 and 508 Market st, PITTSBURG, PA. mb!6-D -lt ANTJFACTURER8 AND MERCHANTS' VL INS. CO., 417 Wood street, Pittsbure, fa. Capital , J250.000 00 Assets January 1, 18S9 363,745 80 Directors Chas. W. liatchelor. President; John W. Chalfant, Vice President; A. E. V. Painter, Root Lea, M. W. Watson, John Wil son, Joseph Walton, Wm. G. Park, A.M.Byers, Jas. J. Donnell, Geo. E. Painter, John Thomp son. Wm. T. Adair, Secretary; Jas. Little, As sistant Secretary; August Ammon, General Acent. ja22-46-TT8 P ATENTS. O. D. LEVI8. Solicitor of Patents. 131 Fifth avenue, above Smithfield, next Leader office. (No delay.) Established 20 years. seZMilu STEAMERS AND EXCURSIONS. NORD DETJTSCHER LLOYD FAST route to London and the Continent. Express Steamer Service twice a week from New York to Southampton (London, Havre), Bremen. Ss.Lahn.Mch.13.2 p.M I SsWerra.Mch.23, 10a.it. Ss.EIbe.Mb.l6,5:30AU Ss.Raalc.Mcn. 27, 2 P. M. Ss.AUer.Hcb.20.8A.ai Ss.Ems.Mch.30, 530 A.M. First Cabin, Winter rates, from S75 upward. MAX SCHAMBERG & CO., Agents, Pitts burg. Fa. OELRICHSACO., 2 Bowling Green. New York City. ja29.71.p State Line To Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin and Liverpool. FROM NEW YORK EVERY THURSDAY. Cabin passage J35 and 50. according to location of stateroom. Excursion 85 to 890 Steerage to and from Europe at Lowest Bates. AUSTIN BALDWIN CO., General Agents, 53 Broadway, HewYorJc. J. J. MqCORMICK, Agent, Pittsburg. Ps. mhl2-D AMERICAN LINE, Bailing every Wednesday from Philadelphia and Liverpool. Passenger accommodations lor ail classes unsurpassed. Tickets sold to and from Great Britain and Ireland, Norway, Swe den, Denmark, etc PETER WRIGHT 4 SONS, General acents. 307 Walnut st, Philadelphia. Full information can be had of J. J. MCCOR MICK, Fourth avenue and Smithfield street. LOUIS MOESER, 610 Smithfield street mhlS-O&TTS WM, S&MPLCT, Elegant Display of Newest Novelties. . . . , v Mil I lklDV nCDADTMC MT-'Wearenowpjieparedto showyouall the new spring styles and colors in Straw Hats and Bonnets, trimmed and un trimmed; grand 111 I LLI II C il I UCrnll I III U II I display of Ribbons, in all widths and newest colors, for bats and dress trimmings and fancy work; wealth of Flo wers, Boses, Featn ers, Gauzes, Laces and Ornaments. As usual, yon will find our prices tbe lowest and stock the largest. No charge for trimming hats or bonnets bought irom us. PIHAIf DnnM---ew Spring Jackets and Wraps now on exhibition for Ladies and Misses. Latest styles received daily by express. Large lines Jersey Jackets ia ULUnll nUU III black and colored, plain and braided; we can suit the-most fastidious. New Spring Suits for Ladies and Misses in newest spring materials and silks, at very low prices. "We nave a few heavier-weight Jackets and Newmarkets, in cloth and seal plush. Jackets, Mantles and Coats, as well as Misses' Long Garments, which you can bny now almost at yonr own price. N. B. One lot of beautiful Spring Jackets, nobby styles, at $1 SO, well worth S3, Large lines Stockinette Jackets at low prices. I MPC PIIDTRIU C...Onr own importation. "We'bny direct from the manufacturers, and can show yon handsome new designs; many of them confined to us. Prices firora LHuL UUnlHIilO 50c up. fi.000 pairs grand values, $1 25 to $10 a pair. Heavy Curtains and Portieres, Curtain Laces, Scrims and Madras, by the yard. "Window Shades, plain, dado and side bands. Shade Cloths, all colors. Curtain Poles in walnut, cherry, ebony and ash. at low prices. PftDDCT DnniW""evera'inndre'rosoarPe'0Pen k'sweck entirely new designs and colorings. Come early for choice from new stock. Prices and patterns will UMHI LI liuuiii pieasevou. Smyrna Bugs and Mats, all sizes. Oil Cloths, perfect dyes. Silk Warp Henriettas, Nuns nDCCQ PnnnC P"ns cors ln Cashmeres and Henriettas; 4G-inch at 60e, 65a, 75c and 90c. Silk "Warps, ?1. High art UnLOO uUUUO and colorings in Plaids and Stripes for combinations. 500 pieces new Spring Suiting. 25c. 3714a and 50 20c. Call in from day to day and see the fresh oncnincs. Bargains in black All-wool Cashmeres. 40o and 43c. 46-inch Cashmeres Cll U fUTDADTrUKTrV! T-We cal1 SDeclaI attention to a new black Gros Grain Silk, 21 inches wide, at SI, SI 12J4 and SI 25, certainly the best goods for the money eve 01 Lit ULr HII I mull I shown. Superior finish at 51 50 up to S3 50 a yard. Bhadames, Double-twilled Sarahs, Armures and other fancy weaves at low prices. Plushes and Velvets, 60o up, in all colors. V1ACL1 PflfinC---Tllis department replte with new American Dress Ginghams, equal In styles to Imported goods, at lOe and 12e. Scotch Zephyrs, 2Uc, 25o and 40c WlnOn UUUUO Satines, lOo, 12c, 15o and np to the best French productions, at 25c, 30o and 35o. Etolle dn Nords, Challls, etc. Exquisite styles in White Goods, BABGAINS IN 'TJMBBELLAS, Kid Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear, Embroideries, Dress Findings and Men's Furnishings. E" Write for samples. Mail orders promptly attended to. , 4i&& mBMJ5i IMHMffl I NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. B.& B. CHOICE ITEMS 1 mm Because They Are More Than Usual Bargains. . . New 27-inch India Silks at 65c and 75c. 22-inch India Silks, Empire and Direc toife Silks, at 45c and 60c. 27-ihch India Silks, ?1, ?125,?150and 52.- Over EOO djfferent styles Indlas at prices that will Save you money. Styles most elegant' imported. 100 pieces 24-Inch Plain India (real China) Silks ot.t60c; over 56 shades for blouse waists, 'decoration, etc., C0e, 24 inches. 24-inch Black All-Silk Bhadaiaes,$l. 24-inch Black Dress Silks, U. 22-inch Black Dress Silks, 85o, 90c, $1, 5125, 51.50, 5175, 53 and 52 50, represent ing eight different lots of superb goods that were bought much less than value. 50-inch All-Wool Mixed Tricot Cloths 100 pieces we bought at half original price; dollar goods you get in these at 50c; large line of choice mixtures. S, New importations Dress Goods and Suit ings, Paris Robed and Novelties, surpassing in extent any offering heretofore attempted. 56-lnch English Serges. . 66-inch English Stripes. 52-inch Scotch Suitings. 52-mch Armure Boyale 'Cords. 62-inch Suitings, All the above are high class and worth more than passing nbti'ce 51 to 52 per yard. 1,000 pieces new. Suitings, Stripes. Plaids ana Mixtures, and all double-width, goods, 25c, 30c, 35c, 45c, 50c, 75c New Dress Trimmings, and all the ex treme, rich, sew things; the money-saving prices on these and the magnificent charac ter of these will interest all buyers. Extraordinary 'large importation and offerings New Flannels and English Flan nelettes for ladies' and children s dresses, blouse waists, pajamas, etc., from 10c to 65o a yard. Fashion indicates a remarkable demand for flannels this season. Silk Stripe Flannels and Novelties that are beauties. 60-inch Black Silk Laces for Dresses the handsomest goods ever imported, and at moderate prices. M L Mffly. Lace and Embroidery Departments have been largely extended, and the finest goods and choicest novelties are on sale-rlow prices that will largely extend this busi ness So to 55 a yard'for embroideries. 1,000 pieces Finest French Sa tines, our own direct importations handsome as In dia Silks 25c, 30c, 33c, eto. Genuine Scotch Zephyr Ginghams, 20c, 22c, 25c, and 40c, 45c and 50c for extreme novelties, side 'bands, eto. This Gingham offering is remarkable for variety and fine goods at the right prices to bring you and keep yon as a customer. Several hundred pieces American Dress Ginghams, 6yic; worth 10c. Fine American Dress Ginghams, 10c and 12c . Bogo-s&Biihl, 115, ll7 'n9 i2i Federal Street, Allegheny. P. S. New Spring "Wraps, Jackets, Long Coats, Beaded Capes and the newest con ceits or ideas in Elegant Paris "Wraps. These large "Wrap and Suit Departments, with'the present offerings, will extend their already great popularity. mhl2-TTS MARCH unoice line xapestry .Brussels irom oue np. xew all widths, at low prices. Veilings, Arniures, Serges au3 fancy weaves 4Q7 'and..l69,FEDERAL I WMaWllHl Wl ill T f '1 -Vfri"rt-MiaJ' -iLrt3axsiimmitui!tHiaiaasm.VKiT -,-. ..- imffllTffliT i T n ' NEW ADVERTIKEMENTS OUR H STOCK REM What a, World of Meaning -EI- These Few Words! How full of significance and interest they are to thousands of people of this city and the surrounding country! How eagerly will hundreds upon hundreds of the stylish and fashionable dressers of this community' read our announcement! No doubt about it the near approach of spring will produce, as it always does at our store, a veritable boom in every de partment. OUR SPRING STOCK READY You must be. prepared for surprises often, for we intend to offer greater and better inducements for you to patronize us than ever. We shall as of old do business in a way that will meet with the approval of honesty. We shall eclipse and outdistance all our past efforts to give better satisfaction to our patrons. Spring Overcoats for Men, Boys and Children. The whole of our enormous and truly beautiful stock is now in our house and we unhesitatingly pronounce it the handsomest we have ever shown. While the style are so elegant, it will be found that such great and wonderful improvements have been made in the cut and make that the goods we offer are as near perfection as human skill and ingenuity can make them. We shall seek patronage on the score of merit and shall do as we have always hitherto done, viz.: sell better goods at a less price than inferior goods can be bought for elsewhere. Depend on this. NEW SPRING STYLES MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS A collection of stylish and elegant garments, such as will' surprise and delight the most critical of purchasers. Goods to suit all tastes; goods to suit all j)urses; goods to suit all purposes; goods unequaled for completeness of assortment, unsurpassed for richness of texture, ele-' gance of styles and reliability of make. Keep your money in your pocket until you've seen how far you can make it go in a spring suit for man, boy or child at our store. Glorious Display Whatever there is new and novel in we can and will undersell all. the hat Q 0 fry"' GUSKY'S ATTENTION, GREENSBUBGERS 1 WHEN YOU LOOK FOB WALL PAPER, Or any kind of Wall or Ceiling Decoration, consult WM. H. ALLEN, PITTSBTJKG, For Style, Variety and Oheap Prioea , YVHCiIAjVI trxnkie, sianageb. Samples sent tor approval by. daily messengers. RESORTS. Atlantic City. THE BOYAL ATLANTIC CITY,. N. J. Always open. Appointments first-class: steam heat, snn galleries, etc te23-30 W. H. REYNOLDS. C10.THKRQILLHOTJHE. ATLANTIC CITY, P N. J. Located near beacb. Perfect san itation. Steam beat, ELIZABETH HART LEY, Prop. ie23-12-TTsan ON THE BEACH. Atlantic Citv, N. X, HADDON HALL EDWIN LIPPINCOTT. felS-Si ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. HOTELS, Boarding booses, cottages, lots and batU houses to let or tor sale by I. G. ADAMS & CO., Real Estate Agents, Real Estate and Law Building, Atlantic City, N.J. leU-6-D THE CHALFONTE, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. MOVED TO THE BEACH. ENLARGED AND IMPROVED. - UNSURPASSED OCEAN VIEW. Bait water baths in the house. Elevator. t e!W5-D E. ROBERTS A SON& HOT SPRINGS, N. O. MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL. Flrii-ela in every piriloulir. Steam hesi. Open Fires, Porches inclosed in glass. Superb Location. Ideal Climate far the debilitated. Baths in Marble Pools. Finest in America. Medicinal qualities the stme as Hot Springs. Arkansas. Q. K. LANSING, (Lata o Astor House, N. Y.) Manner. iolB-50-D 16, I889. patterns in ingrains, iioay urnsseis. .nan and and novelties at correct prices. -STREET ALLEGHENY, of Spring Hats the hat world we've secured it, and men in town. Mark our words well. A-fl 0Q A GRAND BARGAIN STORE, 300 to 400 Market street. mhlO-TTSSu 51V "Wood. mhl4-TTS UBATEFUL-COMTORTING. EPPS'S C0CQL BREAKFAST. B y a thorough knowledge of tbe natural laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutritian,and and by a careful applieatlonof tbe fine properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided onr breakfast tables with a deli cately flavored beverage which may save us many heavy doctors' bills. Itisbythe judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually built up until strong enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping our selves well f ortined with pure blood and a prop erly nourished frame." CtvU Service Gazette, Made simply with boillngwaterormllk. Sold only in half ponnd tins by .Grocers, labeled thuss Jas.Epps &Co.,omffin?oSSaiS po3-h-Wru3 JAS. MNEEL & BRO, BOILERS, PLATE AND SHEET-IRON WORK. PATENT SHEET IRON ANNEALTN3 BOXES. With an Increased capacity and hydraulic machinery we are prepared to f nrnlsh all work in oar line cheaper and better than by the old methods. Repairing and general machine work. Twenty-ninth street and Allegheny Val. ley Railroad. Xe5-65-TTS WM, 8MPU'& ana stair uarpets to matcu. Druggets, novelties in Imported Fabrics; handsame'stylest 'c. Lots of good, serviceable fabrics from 10c t o "Wool Henriettas, 50c, 60c, 75c, 85o and?l - in PA