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f' -5' 'THE ?ITTSBtfHQ- DISPATCH, SATXJEDA,' APKEtf -13, 1889. ! - .' V HIKED GOLD MJND. A Lucky Buckeye Youth Excavates a Box of Ancient Coins. PAKIC CAUSED BY A MAD CANINE. Wind and Lightning Do Considerable Dam age to Property. ALL THE KEWS FROM KEAEBI TOWNS " tSPICIJLI. TSLXOKAX TO THS StSPJLTCH. Tiffik, O., April 12. To-day while workmen were engaged in the excavation for the Brewer pottery in the Highland ad dition, just north of this city, a rust-eaten iron box was unearthed. It was iound buried on the limestone rock eight feet below the surface and was covered with a large flat stone. It was broken open and found to contain a large quantity of .old and rare gold and silver coin, all bearing dates prior to 1810. Host of the coins were English and Spanish, though a few were American, ''French and German. The box was found by a lad named Ostervolt, who will be nearly $500 richer. As the site ol Fort Rail, of 1S12 fame, is near where the box was found, it is thought that the money was buried by some of the oldiersor by some settlers who feared the ravages of war. It has been arranged to have the coin dis played on the occasion of the natural gas cele bration on the 15th. Many Indian' relics were uneaxinea in tne same excavation, ana toe bones of aTery large animal supposed by some to have belonged to a species now extinct. The excavation will cover over two acres and new finds are expected. A SCENE OF PANIC. Two Men and Several Animals Bitten by a Bind Canine. rEPECIAL TELEGRAM TOTH DISPATCH.1 Fbaskx-et, April 12. Thursday afternoon a mad dor created a terrible excitement in Cran berry township, and before it could be killed bit two men and a number of other animals. Just as the scholars of one of the public schools were enjoying theirrecess the dog made its appearance, followed by a number of men. A .panic ensued, and the scholars became frantic and took refuge in the schoslhouse and nearby trees. The dog ran into the hallway of the school house, where it was finally shot and killed, During the excitement several children were badly hurt 'and a number fainted. Mr. Graham, the owner of the dog, denies that it had the rabies, but the men bitten preferred to take no chances and had their wounds dressed by a physician. MIDNIGHT MARATJDEUS. A Old Man Bonnd, Gagged and Robbed In His Own Ilonse. rBPECTAX TH.EGHAM TO TOE DISPATCH. East.Ltveepool, April 12. Word reached this city this afternoon that an old man named John K. McDonald, living alone in an isolated part of the county, between New Lisbon and Wellsville, was beaten and robbed by two men at midnight last night. The robbers broke in the window, sprang on Mr. McDonald, bound him -and robbed his premises of some valuable papers which be begged them not to take. The old man is reported to have money hid den about his house, as he is pretty well-to-do, and is afraid of the banks. They found some cash, but not much. They are believed to be from West Virginia, as a gang of ruffians from that side of the river have infested this vicinity. A MONSTER GAS WELL. Tiffin Greatlv Excited By a Large Increase in Capacity. Tirrnr, April 12. Great excitement was cre ated here to-day by the discovery of a large in creased capacity in one of the gas wells. About a year ago the well was drilled in on the High land addition to the city, and had a capacity of 500,000 feet, which has been utilized in the Beatty Glass Factory. This morning the gas burst the pipes in the factory with terrlficforce, doing great damage to the building, but fortu nately no one was injured. Upon examining the well it was found that 'over 200 feet of the casing had been blown out and the flow of gas increased to 28,000,000 teet per diem. The well will be recased and used to illuminate the city on the occasion 4)f the cele bration which occurs on the 15th Inst. HURLED TO DEATIL A Man Blown Along With the Roof of a Three-Story Building. J SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCn.l Powtiattas.O., April 12. The storm struck Hornbrook's three-storv building and the roof was blown off. It landed on Giffen, Bean fc Co.'b drugstore, a frame building,almost crush ing it by its weight, and damaging the con tents considerably. A Mr. Coleman, who was in the third story of the Hornbrook building, was blown out into the street and fatally injured. The roof of the Ohio River Railroad depot was blown off, and the building caught fire, but the flames were extinguished before much' damage was done. Many chimneys and windovts were damaged. Ten thousand dollars will cover the entire loss. A CONFUSED WITNESS Skips to Canada In Preference to Answering Leading Questions. If FECIAL TELEGKAM TO THE DISPATCn.l Lima, April 12. The trial of Fred Conrad against the Dayton Insurance Company began at Waookooeta yesterday. Conrad's drug store was burned down and the insurance com pany claimed he set the building on fire and re fused to pay. Conrad then employed able at torneys and began suit. He was the first wit ness examined and made a favorable impres sion under direct examination, bnt was con fused under cross-examination. This morning he could not be found, and it 'was learned be took the night train for Canada. The case was thrown out of court. FINDLAT FEELING GOOD. Two More Big Gas Wells Make the Future Appear Rosy. ISPECIAL TELEGBAH TO THE DISPATCH.J - FnfDliAY, April 12. There is great enthusi asm here to-day over the great development of the gas field. Two mammoth wells were struck, one by thecity, just north of the corporation, on the Hiram Grnbb farm, and having a capac ity of over 30.000,000 cubic feet, and the other on the George Mellott farm, having a capacity of fully 20,000.000 feet. This means abundance of gas for Findlay for years to come, as the city has thousands of acres of this kind of ter ritory. Rather Rongu on the Little Ones. rEPECIAL TELEGHAM TO THE DISPATCn.1 Gbeexsbheo, Pa., AorillZ A little child of Albert Hills, of Latrobe, picked up a dyna mite cap on the railroad this morning, and .while examining it, it exploded, burning the boy's eyes so terribly that he will lose the sight of both of them, In all probability. This is the third accident that has happened within the past ten days from the same cause to children 'in this locality. A New School House Unroofed. rEPECIAL TELEGIULH TO THE DISPATCH.! Masoktows; April 12. A terrific hail and wind storm passed over this place about 730 o'clock this evening. The wind lifted half of the roof off the new $10,000 public school build ing, smashed plate glass windows, store fronts and did a great deal of other damage. The loss will be considerable. Threo Hundred Men Oat of Work. rsPECIAX. TEXEOKAM TO THE DISPATCH-1 , Irwin, April 12. The superintendent of the Westmoreland Coal Company has sent notices to thp miners at the Southside mine to "square up" and out everything in order for closing down on Saturday for an indefinite period. Oyer 300 men will be thrown out of work. Thunder, Lightning, Rain and Hall. tEPECIALTEtrOEAK TO THE DISPATCH.1 Stecbenvttae, April 12. A severe north west hailstorm, preceded by sudden intense darkness, and thunder and lightning, fell at 620 o'clock this evening for eight minutes, cov ering the ground. The stones measured one half to two and one-half inches. Sirock Dead br Lightning. tKPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.! . .CtritBEBLASD.MD:, Xpril 1Z A flash of lightning at noon "to-dav instantly killed John -.2eiciic, a tanner aged is years,-ana n mo owes, at Elk Garden, on tn West Virginia J antral Ratlrnirt i . I RAUKEr STOPPED BARKING. The Ohio Yon th Han Nearly Recovered From His Siego of Hydrophobia. f SPECIAL XEUCOHAX TO THE DISPATCH. WooSTEB, April 12. David Barker, the Mil ton township youth, has survived the horri ble paroxysms of the rabies and has nearly fully recovered. The paralysis of his lower limbs and of the muscles' of his neck is passing away, and his voice has almost regained its former strength. Be eats heartily and sleeps well, but has a peculiar dread of fluids, especially of water, which he orders taken away if placed in bis sight. Jie has not experienced any of the paroxysms since February 26 and is gaining in, health daily. New Information that may have consid erable bearing on the case was furnished oy the patient himself to day, when for the nrst time he made it known that he was bitten i by a, stray dog while he was gathering nuts last lau. An examination was made and traces of. tne bite were discovered. On his ngntthigh a large red spot hasappearedanatheskinarouna itiS full of red streaks. -It is not Pltvely known whether the infection was transmitted by this bite or by a bite received eigMjreara ago from the family dog, which was killed 18 months ago for exhibiting slens of madness. Scientists are still writing for data in regard the case, and requests are made f or a, state ment of the symptoms upon whicn tne diagnosis of the case was based. Effect of the Electric Current. rprrciAL telegram to the dispatch.! Wheeltn o, April li From 6 to 7 o'clock this evening a fierce thunder storm prevailed here, and some good-sized hail stones fell. A barn belonging to Charles Adolph. across the river, was struck ana burned with its contents; including live stock. Loss $3,000; insurance S200. The storm lasted several hours. Trouble in Securing a Jury. tEPECIAL TELEOEAM TO THE DISPATCn.l Waykesbubg, April J2.7-Three days have been spent in the attempt to empanel a jury for the trial of James Keff, charged with being an accomplice in the McCausland murder. To day at 4 p. m. the entire panel of 80 jurors had been exhausted and only nine men selected to sit upon the case. A New Bridge Across the Monongaheln. 1SPEC1AL TEXXGBAU TO THE DISPATCH. JJbavosbubg, April 12. Plans and specifi cations are being made for a bridge tovbe erected across the Monongahela, between Dravosburg and Reynoldton. A stock com pany with a capital of $70,000, and about $50,000 paid up, will apply for a charter as soon as the specifications are completed. Trl-State Brevities. -LiOHTrosT struck a large iron tank at the Union refinery, at Franklin, completely de stroying it nad 8,000 barrels of naphtha. .Daniei, SirrrjEB, a well-known resident of Lima, aged 78 years, fell from the roof of a new frame building to the ground, a distance of 30 feet, and was fatally injured. Twejtty coal miners employed at the mines at tnaville, (X, are out on a strike caused by the employment of four non-union miners who are charged with "blacksheeping." SInce the mines of Jos. Walton closed last Monday, the miners have been leaving in such large numbers, that it looks as if Petersburg, a mining village of about 100 families, will be de populated. The large and elegant frame residence of James McKelvy, a short distance east of Lig onier was, with all its contents, entirely de stroyed by fire yesterday. Loss, $1,500; par tially insured. Tee mangled remains of John 'Smiley, a bricklayer employed at the rolling mill in "Hubbard, were found this morning on the New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio track, near Youngstown. Deceased leaves a wife and five children. Carlo Gilande, the Italian who stabbed and killed his countryman, Antonio Fandolph, at Scranton, early in March, and then escaped, was captured yesterday in the cabin of some Italian laborers near Unlondale, Susquehanna county, and brought to the Lackawanna county prison. Three young men named Arthur Burdock, James Russell and Otto Kadock were arrested at Beaver Falls by Officers Wolf and Rea. Each one had in nil possession a box of note paper and envelopes. .They were arrested as "suspects," and are thought to have been im plicated in the recent attempted safe robberies. ROBBED HIS SWEETHEART. Riding Master Pearson Sent to State Erlson For Base Ingratitude. 1 SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.1 New Yoek, April 12, Frank E. Pear son, a riding master of Wakefield, Mass., eloped five years ago with Mrs. Annie B. Wakefield, a pupil in his riding school, wife of the late Cyrus "W. Wakefield, the million aire founder of the town and manufacturer of the "Wakefield rattan furniture. Pearson was arraigned to-day before Judge Gilder sleeve, in the General Sessions, to receive sentence. He was convicted recently of ap propriating $500 which Mrs. Wakefield gave to him on September 27, 1888, to pay the half-yearly interest then due upon a $20,000 mortgage upon Mrs. Wakefield's houses at 319 and 351 West One Hundred and Twenty-third street. Pearson was heavy-eyed and nervous. He had sent to Judge Gilder sleeve from the tombs a batch of Mrs. Wake field's letters to him in the' halycon days of their love-making. "The papers that you sent me, Pearson," said Judge Gildersleeve, "satisfy me that the complainant, Mrs. Wakefield, didn't keep strictly within the line of truth in re gard to some of her statements upon the wit ness stand. She was, however, a very good witness in the main, andtold her story in an impressive way. There is nothing in any of these papers that would justify me in giving vou a new trial, In view of your former re lations with the complainant, I do not feel called upon to be extremely severe. I sen tence you to State prison at hard labor for two years and six months." Pearson thanked the Judge, and asked be fore he quitted the barthat Mrs. Wakefield's letters be returned to him. You will find at G. W. Schmidt's the oldest and 'the finest Pennsylvania pure rye and Kentucky sour and sweet mash whiskies. 95 and 97 Filth avenue, city. Men's medium and lightweight' under wear for spring and' summer 'it James ,H. Aiken & Co.', 100 Fifth aye. WM, 6EMPU&U CLOAESANDa SUITS. On our second floor are now exhibited a grandly assorted stock of Suits and Dresses for Ladies, Misses and Children newest spring materials. Latest styles inTTrimmings and Draplngs. 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 up; in plain colors, $2 60,$3 00 and up. Black Stockinette Jackets, $3 00 and up. Stockinette Jackets in all desirable colors, $3 00, $4 00 and up. Spring Newmarkets, black and colored, plain and braided, $9 00, $10 00 and up. Silk and Cashmere Wraps 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 50 up; a very superior bargain at $10 00. Large lines of new perfect-fitting Jerseys in black from 37Jo up. Beautiful colored Jerseys, plain and braided, $1 25 up. Ladies' fancy smocked and braided Jerseys. Misses' Jerseys. SPECIAL. An inspection of .our second floor will well repay 'yon. LACE CUBOTAXISrS .AJSFD OABBETS. All new patterns. A 3-yard Curtain'ifor 50c, 65c and 75c; 3)-yard Curtains at $1 00, well worth $1 50. Grand assortment of designs at $1 50, $2 00, $2 50, $3 00, and up to $10 a pair. These being the popular prices are specially good values. Bare patterns in finer goods. Curtain Laces "by the yard, 12)c up. Scrims, plain and fancy colors, at low prices. Turcoman Curtains and Portieres, $3 50 a pair up. Chenille Curtains and Portieres. New Damasks. New'Fringes. Curtain Poles and Chains at all-prices. Window Shades and Shade Cloths, all colors, at low prices. Busier than ever before in the Carpet Boom. Our styles and prices are right Body Brussels, 75c up. Tapestry -Brussels, fine line at 50c up. Ingrains, new patterns Cottage, Hemp, Hag, Hall and Stair Carpets. , Mats, Mattings. Bugs of all kinds. Carpet Squares and Oil Cloths. Examine our prices. MILLINEBY DEPARTMENT. Open to-day another installment of Straw Hats and Bonnets latest shapes. We have everything new and fashionable in colors. Grand display of Flowers and, Wreaths, Sprays and Chrysanthemums, Daisies, Gauzes, etc. Bibbons and Laces for trimming's. See our, display' ol .Trimmed Hats. We lead in styles and variety. Our prices are the lowest. SPECIAL BABGAINS. Black Gros Grain Silks, 24:inch, $1 00 and $1 25. Black Surahs, Merveilleaux and Baratheas at 87Jic Colored Cashmeres, all wool, at 37Kc 46-inch all-wool Colored Henriettas, at 50c. Black Henriettas at 50c. 65c and 75c Golden Flax Table Linen at 50c; 72-inch Double Damask Table Linens at 75c. 5-Hook Beal Kid Gloves, $1 00 all colors and black; Men's Laundried Shirts, 37Kc, 50c and up. "Samples sent when requested. Mail orders promptly attended to. STJLJLiELMl " ' , .; ,. . : '. 165;l67 and 1(qHRAIi THE STIXOGEAPflERS' ASSOCIATION. A Now Organization or Pittsburg' Short hand Fraternity. 'Last night a number of stenographers met at 4l2 Wood sireel and organized a society known as the Pittsburg ,Btenograpnera' As sociation. Notwithstanding the disagree able weather quite a number were present and a great deal of enthusiasm was mani fested. The following named officers were elected: President, A. IT. Martin; Vice President, George B. Mothcral; Secretary. Leander Traut man; Treasurer, H. P. Joslin; Executive Com mittee, H. M. Keuster. W. M. McAleer, H. C. Webster, H.C Russell, George B. Motheral and R.M. Fulton. Prices Talk. We want all buyers of clothing to call and see us to-day, especially nobbv dressers. We've got the finest and best goo'ds that are produced.. We claim and do name lower prices for fine .clothing than our competitors, and we are ready to back these statements up with goods and prices. We display the finest line of $10 and $12 suits shown, and onr fine spring overcoats, silk-faced and very English, have made a big hit The prices of them are $10, $12 and $15. P. 0. c. c., Cor. Grant and Diamond sts.r.opp..tuenew. Court House. 1,000 trimmed hats and bonnets at ex ceedingly low prices at Bosenbaum & Co.'s. Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday. Name. Keildraea. f William Krebs Allegheny I Mary Uterinum Allegheny i Charles Chlsler Stowe township 1 Sophia Pickel Stowe township I William Matthews Blythesdale (Elizabeth Crosser Blythesdale J Samuel Shields ,', .....Pittsburg (UlrdlcGardncr.., nurture JArthur-Xloyd Pittsburg' Phoebe Woods Pittsburg Dr. Sophy E. Feltwell, Dentist. On and after April 1, office, room 407 Penn building. DIED. ; ALLEN-On Friday, April 12, 18S0, at 2 p. M., John Allen, in the S2d year of his age. Funeral services at the residence of his son-in-law, James Carothers, 421 Euclid avenue, Nineteenth ward, -on Suwdat, the Uthlnst., at 2 p.m. Friends of the family are respect fully invited to attend. GAMBLE At Butler. Pa., Wednesday, April 10, 18S9, of pneumonia, Thomas E. Gam bt.b. Funeral will take place from the Episcopal church, at Butler, on Saturday, April 13, at 2r.M. F riends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 GEATJF-On Thursday, April H, 18S9, at 10:05 P. M.. Mrs. Cha.ri.ottk Geattf, wife of Will iam Geauf. aged 65 vears 3 months and 9 days; residence No. 1213 Carson street, Southside. Funeral services on Bundat, Anril 14, 1889, at 2:30 p.m. Friends of. the family are respect fully invited to attend. 2 IMBRIE At his residence, near New Gall lee, Beaver county, J. Milton Iubkte, on Fri day, April 12, at 5:30 A. M. Deceased was father of A. M. Xmbrie, Esq,, of this city. JONES-On Friday, April 12, 1889, at 4 K .-, at his residence,' No. 5722 Fifth avenue, Thomas M. Jones. Notice of funeral hereafter. MERKER On Wednesday, April 10, at 8:15 p. M- Annie Meekek, aged 24 years, 11 months and 27 days. Funeral from her late residence, U4 Ohio street, Allegheny, on Saturday at 2 o'clock. Friends'of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 Cleveland, O., papers please copy. McINTIRE On Thnrsdav. Anril 1L 1RS9. at 4-20 o'clock P. M., Mes. Mimie MclNTIKE, in the 51st year of her age, at 182 North avenue. Funeral services at fifth U. P. Church Sat tbdat at 2 o'clock. 2 McPHERSON-On Thursday, April 11, 1889, at 3:30 p. M., at 31 Anderson street, Allegheny City, Joseph C. McPheeson. Funeral services at the residence of his brother, J, 8. McPherson, near Sbarpsburg, on Saturday afternoon at 8 o'clock. Inter ment at Greenwood Cemetery. SCHWARTZ On Friday evening, April 12' 1889, Henry P. Schwartz, aged 78 years. Notice of funeral hereafter. SMITH On Friday, April 12. 1889. at 2:45 P. M., Edward Qeorqe, youngest son of Will iam F. and Minnie A Smith, aged 2 years 11 months 10 days. Funeral from. the parents' residence, 1810 Warden street, Southside, on Sunday, at 1:30 p.m. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 TAYLOR On Wednesday, April 10.' 1889, a 10:15 p. m., at his late residence, 288 Federal street, Allegheny, Horace E. Taylob. Funeral Sunday, April 14, at 2 p. m. 8 . WATSON On Friday. April 12, 1889, at noon. Miss Jennie S., daughter of Joseph AVatson. in the 23d year of her age. Funeral service at the late home of the de ceased, Howard avenue, Beltzhoover borough, on Sunday, April 14, at 1p.m. Interment at later hour. Friends of the family are respect fully invited to attend. 2 JAMES ARCHIBALD 4 BRO., LIVERY AND SALE STABLES, 117, 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below Smithfleld st,, next door to Central Hotel. Carriages for funerals, S3. Carriages for operas, parties, ic at the lowest rates. All new car riages. Telephone communication. my3-d60-TTS WESTEKN INSURANCE CO. OF PITTSBURG. Assets 448,50187 NO. 411 WOOD STREET. ALEXANDER NIM1CK, President JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President f e22-26VTTS WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary. TJEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURGl IN 1SC1 Assets . 9m,6S6S3. Insurance Co. of Jforth America. Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L JONEa 84 Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-P MANUFACTURERS AND MERCHANTS' INS. CO., 417 Wood street, Pittsburg, Pa. Capital $250,000 00 Assets January 1,1889 863,745 80 Directors Chas. W. Batchelor, President; John W. Chalfant, Vice President; A. E. W. Painter, Robt. Lea, M. W. Watson, John Wil, son, Joseph Walton, Wm. G. Park, AM.Byers Jas. J. Donnell, Geo. E. Painter, John Thomp son. Wm. T. Adair, Secretary; Jas. Little, As sistant Secretary; August Amnion. General Agent ja22-46-TTS APRIL BEAUTIFUL GOODS, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 5 fel 5 my il llirf. Easter is still one week ofE All the more reason for studying the novelties of Spring Millinery now, while, there is plenty of time to look at and compare them. k Spring. Importations of 'D Are now practically completed, and the wholeirot them will be placed on view to-, day. Misses', Children's, Ladies' and Boys' Hats, Leghorn Braids. PLOWEBS. Our show of these is really something wonderful. Long and short effects in. Mont ures, Wreaths, Sprays, Lilacs,. Leaves, Daisy Branches and Materials. BIBBOiTS In every conceivable style and quality. All prices, too. Bonnet widths, trimming widths, sash widths,- all other widths. Newest shades, newest styles, newest combi nations. rs On the second floor are worth .walking a mile to see. Other establishments may make as large a display, but we doubt if there be another in the city that offers so great t variety of styles. Many are Parisian Patterns, exclusively designed for us by the best modistes; .Others 'are from our own workrooms. All are very moderate in price. NO CHARGE FOR TRIMMING, when materials are purchased here. -- Fleishman &Co's. NEW DEPARTMENT STORES 504,506 and 508 Market st. PITTSBURG, PA. ap!3-D OPENING Is xl Brogress. OUR MILLINERY ROOMS have been crowded with ladies all day. The display has never been finer, ana the number of Trimmed Pattern Bonnets and Hats sold attest the favor onr efforts have met with in pleasing our patrons. UNTRIMMED GOODS And Materials for Trimming, The Opening continues Friday and Satur day. We also make our first showing for this season in PARASOLS 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 Ladies. i Ribbons and Flowers in great "variety. Also the tennis sashes and belts take a look at them. Ii you have not been on the avenue to see our Floral Representation of the Eiffel Tower at the Paris Exposition in our win dow, you will be amply repaid for the trouble of coming, we think: " HORNE :& WARD, 41 FIFTH 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 Daisy Dances. apl2-s 10, 1889. BOIETiilf POPULAR PRICES. SZEIMZPZEiIET STRTrATiTGHBNY, NEW ADVERTISEMENT. : B. & B. Friday, April 12. In the 'spring the frugal housewife directs her attention to brightendning up her home. The busy pater turns over his purse1 and allows his better half to struggle alone with the perplexing question of the new Curtains for the parlor and the attic Portieres for doors and windows. Fresh Draperies for the mantels, chairs and many other uses to which such materials are put Tapestries for brighteningupthe furniture. And hundreds ox other beautifying arti cles for the home to be found in a large store like ours." We promise to give better values and better prices, on everything zue keep ' for the house than you can get else where. XiACE CURTAINS., Besides a carefully-selected and choice stock of goods, we promise the curtain buyers every advantage in making their purchases. We make a special offering of an extra width (y2-mch) Nottingham full length cur tain, elegant patterns, $2 50, $3 $3 5 arid $4 50. A very special thing to-day is ail Irish-point-effect Not- tinghamt almost as elegant as the real point and it is over 2 yards wide and f. yards long only $5 a pair. Our regular inds of Not tinghants are complete 50c, 60c, 75c, 85c, $i; extra widths and extra lengths, $1 25, $r$o to $5 and on tip. Brussels effects $2 to $5 and upward while at $15 we tart you in real Brussels. $2 50 to $5.- Tamboured Muslin Curtains. $5, 6, 6 50: Full length and width Swiss Tamboured Curtains. f $6 to $8: Irish Point Cur tains, j 7-2 yards Ion?, 50 inches wide; elegant goods. Extra widtis and lengths Irish Points, $rb, 12, $, i6, i8 and up. Pi&RTIERES. $2, $2 50 and $3 50 per pair: Three-yard Turcoman Portieres. Three and a-half yard lengths, 48 Inches wide, $4'and $4 50. A special bargain in our plain Chenille Portiere, any color you want, deep rich firinge on both ends.makiny them especially adapted for draping, $8 50 and $12 50 a pair. (No fear of the head of the house disap proving a purchase of these Portieres.) Neither of the 15 Velour, still finer and in all colors. (Velours up to $40.) Plain and figured Chenilles, from $6 to $50 per pair. . Madras, plain and figured, cream and colored, 27-inch to 50-inch, 18 cents to 50 cents per vara. Crepe Cloths, Cheese Cloths, Persian Draperies, etc. t for curtains, all new goods, all prices. Tapestry materials of all kinds spun silk, petit point, satin Derby, wool damask. silk brocatelle, velours, chenilles and cretons. Table and Piano Covers chenilles, plushes, velours, etc., all sizes,- 75c to $30. FOE THE BEDROOM. Everybody can have a lace bed set, and nothing sets off a bed so completely as a nice lace cover over a nice white or colored quilt. "We have the quilts lots.of them 65c, 75c, 90c (white crochet quilts, remember), and in the Marseilles from $1 75 to $12. In the colored Mitcheline, at $1 50, we show three different, colors in a very large variety or" patterns. Over these suppose you want a nice lace set. . We will furnish you a very nice Not tingham set at $1, $1 25, $1 60, $2 and on up to $6. If you want an antique lace set we have them irom $5 to $30. But you need comforts, also. See ours. Cretons 75c and $1. Fancy figured batiste, a rare bargain, at $2 50. Bradley s Blankets at one-third less than actual value $3 75 to $5 50. Boggs&Buhl, . 115,117,119.121 Federal Street, Allegheny. ap!3-TTS WM, 8EMPU&U s , H! i " 1-" PA. ', ;.; JTEW ADVXRTISEMENTS; ,'j " GUSKY'8 Men's Sack Suits At $6. "One and three and four-button Sacks in all-the new colors, shades and patterns, in Cassimeres, Chev iots, etc., made up in a strong and faithful manner. All sizes from ,33" to 42. Not a suit' in this lot but what's worth and sold all over town at 8 and in some cftes $g. They'll all be offered at $6 only, and you'll do well to come early. ::: Men's Sack and Cutaway Suits at $10, ::: At this popular price we shall offer, a superior assortment of. Sacl; and Cutaway Frock Suits Dressy Worsteds, Soft Cassimeres, Business like Cheviots, etc., in solid colors, mixtures, stripes, checks and broken plaids. They're suitable either for business or dress, and no man need feel ashamed of wearing one of these suits. You should come and seQ them. You'll be as much, surprised at their extraordinary quality as you will at the marvelously low price. Any one of these suits worth 14! GTJSKT'S ! Men's Stylish At $12. Suits Never at the beginning of a sea son have you seen such thoroughly good and handsome suits offered for $12 blue and black Worsteds, all-wool Scotches, Checks, Stripes, Plaids, Tweeds in several effects; Cassimeres in stylish mixtures and solid colors all shapes of Sacks, Cutaways and Frocks. Choice $12 only. We intended getting $1$ for them, but will sell for 12 only. ::: Men's Stylish and Elegant Suits at $18. ::: Now, if you want a most stylish and handsome suit, take our advice and buy one of these. You'll be as well, pleased as though you paid $25 elsewhere. We have them in every style and they're splendid suits in every way. We guarantee a perfect fit, .excellently made goods, beauti ful material, every satisfaction in wear, and what more can anyone de sire or we give? If you want a fine suit for very little money, come. If you want to save anywhere from $5 to $10, come. We'll reserve none; all will go at the price named 18 only. - TO-DAY - -AT- GrUSKTTS! EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS -ET- BOYS' STJITS. Sailor Suits, $3 and $4 Sizes 4 to io; colors gray and blue. Every suit beautifully trim med, and not a suit in the whole lot but what you'll pronounce good value at $2 more money. Jersey Suits, $2 25 Only All of the popular blue color; in sizes 3 to 7. Talk about bargains? You can just bet your sweet ,life that never were such values in Jer ey Suits offered for the money. One-Piece Kilt Suits At$l 90. In plaids, stripes, checks and plain colors. There can be but one verdict -as to these bargains and this is "The grandest ever' offered." Any one good value at 3 00. . Two-Piece Kilt Suits At $3 50. Combination Suits in light, gay colors, lovely mixtures, checks, bro ken plaids, stylish stripes. There isn't a cenfs worth of profit to us at this price, but we shall be well repaid by the advertisement it'll give us. j We Give Away FREE TO-DAY With every purchase of a Boy's Suit a beautiful portfolio, one of the handsomest gifts ever seen and to E VERY patron we present -that new puzzle, "The Bias in Clover." STORE OPEN THIS EVENING UNTIL 11 O'CLOCK. - .-,)-(, ran r"tA ua;;r.;G mm -AT- Men's Cutaway Suits At $8. Good either for business or semi dress. They're made of- all-wool materials Corkscrewjs,. Plaids, Cas simeres, Cheviots, eta, and will compare favorably with the ready made suits sold elsewhere at jio and even 12. Now if you want a suit cheap here's the very thing for you. All sizes from 33 to 42 and a, perfect fit. Men's Stylish Suits At $15. YouMl be surprised when you see these suits and you'll forever swear by us for clothing if you but buy one of these suits. Fancy mixtures in Globe Cassimeres, Cheviots in solid colors and stripes, Worsted' in stylish stripes and plaids, extra quality Tweeds, etc., all trimmed in custom style Sacks, Frocks and Cutaways. They were made to sell for I18 and 20, but will be offered at $1$ only. Knee-Pant Suits, $3 50. Sizes 4 to 14. Belt Suits in fancy Plaids, Cheviots and Striped Cassi meres. They are of desirable ma terials, well-made and specially suitable for school wear. Worth at least $5. Knee-Pant Suits, $4 and $5. Sizes 6 to 14. Four-button Cutaway- Sack style in Cassimeres, Tri cots, Cheviots and Worsteds. Any Suit we offer at these prices is worth, honestly a couple of dollars more. Come and see. Long-PantSuits,$5only Choice of 3 and 4-button Cuta way Sack Suits in Corkscrews, Cheviots, Diagonals, Cassimeres and Tricots. They're worth regularly ti and are sold all over town at this price. We'll sell for $5 only. Long-Pant Suits, $6 50 Big Boys' magnificent Dress Suits in the Best of materials and latest styles. Cut as carefully as any man's suit. Made and trimmed, beauti fully. You save at least $2 on one of these suits. i - YOUR FAVORITE STORE, 300,to.i00Matket.slL8tt -?,tV" . i ;fTlBH- S.. rx. - i?