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i.X"- THE PETTSBTmQ v DISPATCH,' -TUESDAY, PEBRUAliT 18, 1890. PIS AIM WAS SURE. 4$VVkile Attempting to Hob a Uesidence A a Burglar is Sbot Dead. llflMXIEXT IKSTEAD OF MEDICINE. fr Tiffin Glass Worker Jailed for Attempt- ins to Fill Ills Wife. "THKOWXFEOM HIS HORSE AXD KILLED. y I'ostpontment or a Pay Day Brines About a Biff Strike at Huntingdon. Iiurglars gain an entrance to a house near Crestline. The owner fires, and in the morn ing be discovers a dead man in his yard. Huntingdon laborers inaugurate a strike .because their money is not forthcoming. A Tiffin man is arrested for attempting the life of his wife and another woman. Salty 'sentence of a liquor seller in "Washington. Cbestmne, February 17. Last night at 9 o'clock two burglars went to the residence of J. F. Fringle, two miles east of here, and rapped at his door. Mr. Fringle got up, but before he opened the door they said they had a telegram for him. Upon letting them in 'they made a rush to the bedside of his wife and began choking her. Mr. Fringle seized his revolver, shot twice in quick succession. One of the bur glars ran out. closely followed by the other. Mr. Fringle shut the house up, afraid to show himself till this morning, and looking in the yard lound that tys aim was good, for there lay a dead burglar. The alarm was given here this morning, and 100 men have gone out to investigate. It is supposed that the other burglar has been locked up this morning, as he Is limning and his face is tied op. The man who was killed was broaeht to town this afternoon. His body was dressed for burial at Heibertshausen's. and a search was made of his pocket. A registered letter re ceipt dated Beaver Falls, Pa, letter24, from G. t Devmney to Mrs. Anna M. Devinney, Wil klnsburc Pa, Allegheny county, was found. The two men who were arrested on snsplcion of belDg his pals were released upon examina tion this afternoon. Farmer Fringle, and his wife fought most desperately, and their heroism is complimented everywhere. SO PAf SO WOKE. Postponement of Par Day Causes a Strike in Hnntlncdoa. , rSFXClAI. TELIOBXX TO THB DISPATCIM HuiTTiSGDOX, February 17. The "Hunting don Manufacturing Company, operated by the New York Iron Car Company.was forced to close down its works at noon to-day, owing to a strike of the employes In every department of the works. The men were not paid on Saturday, the regular pay day, and a notice was posted to-day notifying tbem that they would not be paid until the 20th inst. A strike was at once determined on, and at a meeting held to-night by the dissatisfied em ployes it was agreed not to resume work until their pay was forthcoming. The strike affects 350 men. WILL PROBABLY PfiOYB FATAL. A McKeeaport Blnn Takes a Dose of Llal- meat in Place or Medicine rspzcui. Tzxrfxui to thz dispatch, i McKeespoet, February 17. A F. Skoger. a Swede, living on Union street, Capitol Hill. was the victim of an unfortunate mistake to day. Skoger has a child suffering from a sprained wrist, and has a bottle of strong lini ment to use, externally, on the hand. Not feeling well to-day, Skoger attempted to take some medicine, bnt in mistake took a large dose of the child's liniment. As a result he is being literally cooked internally, and is reported in a dying condition. A DESPERATE MAN. A TlBla GlaBSVrorker Jailed for Attempting to Kill Hit Wife. KIT-CIAt. TXLEGHiX TO THE DISrj.TCH.l Tnror, February 17. Matthew Cojwell, a glassworker, was jailed to-day for assault with intent to kill, bail being fixed at H.0C0. which he was unable to procure. Colwell's wife was obliged to leave hies on account of bis abuse, and took ref nee with a friend, Mrs. Grimes. Last night Colwell went to the house and demanded admittance, but was refused. He then broke the door in and attempted to kill both women with a butcher knife. The timely arrival ol neighbors prevented the crimp. Attempt to Fire a Hotel. 'SPECIAL TELEGRAM TOTHE DISPATCH.! Cadiz, February 17. About 4 o'clock this morning an attempt was made to destroy the Globe Hotel by fire. The Incendiaries almost succeeded in accomplishing their object. The incendiaries, two in number, saturated the weather boarding with coal oil and printers ink for a considerable distance and then fired the building, bnt by the merest accident the tlamss were discovered in time. Very III From Smoking CIcnrette.. IfPEClAL TEI-EOllAK TO THE DISPATCH.! Jlousgsto'W O., February 17. Joseph Puccini, aged 16 years, is critically ill, caused by excessive smoking of cigarettes. His mother states that she used every means possible to break him of the habit, bnt was not successful. A I.lqaor Keller's Heavy Sentence. tSPECIAI. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH. .Washikoto-. Pa-, February 17. Hamilton Douglass, of Canonsburg. was this afternoon sentenced to Ones and imprisonment aggre gating respectively 1600 and 150 days for illegal liquor selling and keeping a gambling house. Thrown From III. Horse and Killed. ISPECIAI. TILED RAM TO THE DISPATCH.1 West Ne-wtos-, February 17. Mr. Eli For Sythe. one of the wealthiest and most respected residents of Fayette county, was thrown from his horse on Saturday nijrbt near bis home at Bedstone and killed. His neck was broken. Rndden Death of n Young T.ndy. Lima, O., February 17. Miss Mary Taylor, an accomplished young lady of Western New Tortwho has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. H. W. Child?, was taken suddenly ill and died this afternoon from heart disease. - Body Fennd In Money Creek. rErEUAl. TELEOBAH TO THE CUPATCH.3 Johnstown, February 17. The body of a woman was found on the banks of Stonoy creek yesterday afternoon, probably washed out by the water of the las: few days. The body wai in a good state of preservation. Working Docble Tarn. ISrr.CTAL TELEOKAX TO THE DISPATCH. JOHXSTOWJt, Pa February 17. The Johns town Bteel Rail Company began working double turn to-night. The company are behind In their oraers and the mills will be run to their lull capacity. To Drill for OH nnd Gas. rSPECIAI. TELEORAK TO THE DISPATCH.! New WrLMlKOTOir, Pa, February 17. A company has been organized to develop the oil and gas territory In this vicinity. It is thought that both oil and gas will be found in paying (untitles. Merely a Ratnor. rtPXCXAL TXLEOBAM TO TUB DISPATCH.1 West Newton. February 17. It was ru mored on the streets hero to-day that J. M. Kchrover had been appointed postmaster. It is said that H. C Frick is working for him. Drowned In the Conemangh. ISPSCIAI. TZXEOBAK TO THE DISPATCH.1 Johkstowit, P.-, February 17. Joseph C. Frankhanser, fell into the Conemangh river on Saturday night and was drowned. He leaves a widow and two children. rsnralnra Secare 8300 In Cash. South Fobk, Pa February 17.-3lurglars blew open the safe In the office of Charles Crousa's hotel here early yesterday morning and got away with 300 in cash. Inspecting Factories. j firXCIAI. TEXJCGKAlf TO TTID TJISrATCn.1 Eeie, February 17. Captain Baker, of Corry, who has been appointed factory inspector, by Governor Beaver, has commenced his labors at Erie, After visiting and inspecting all the fac tories here he will go to Pittsburg. CAPITALISTS IS LIMA. Their Mission Is to Pnrcbnse Large Blocks ofStoek in the New Road. .trlCIAL TSXSQSAK TO TUB DISPATCH.1 Lima, a, February 17. A distinguished party of capitalists arrived here to-day and will remain several days In consultation with Presi dent V. C. Faurot, of the Columbus, Lima and Milwaukee Railroad. In the party were Big. Don Louis Huller, a representative of the Mexican Government: Major George BIsson, of New York, and Judge Murat Mastersons, of Prescott. Arlt, and H. L. Warren, ex-Supremo Judge of New Mexico. It is understood that their mission is to pur chase large blocks of stock in the new road and form an extensive syndicate to onerate In New Mexico and Arizona. They were driven through the largest oil field in the world to-day and to-night aro enjoying a banquet HIS LAST HOPE G0SE. The Governor Refuses to Interfere and Clark Will Hang on the 26ib. tFPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DIRPATCH.1 Watkesbdeo, February 17. District At torney Hnss received a telegram from Gover nor Beaver this morning, in which the Gover nor stated that he would not grant further re spite to George Clark, the murderer of Drover McCausland. of Allegheny. Clark's attorney had written a letter to the Governor asking for a respite for Clark, and to fix the time of the execution of both Taylor and Clark on the same date. Clark will be executed on Wednesday, Feb ruary 28. The Governor says he will give Tay lor due opportunity to prepare for death. Clark will be Informed of the Governor's final decision in the morning. HAY RESULT IS A SUSPENSION. Master Workman Kerfout Called to Lelth to Settle a Grievance. .FriCIAI. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.: Scottdam, February 17. Master Workman Kerfoot "was called to Leith shaft to-day to settle some grievances. It is said that many of the diggers of the Beeson works of the Stewart Iron Company are not working, and it may re sult in a brief suspension. Kerfoot will inves tigate the cause of their not working. Peter Wise has returned from the Cokeville district, where he was organizing the miners into the Knights of Labor. One hundred and two members were taken into the Cokeville as sembly. He will organize an assembly of 100 shaft sinkers at Trawger's station to-night. A STRIKE OS. A Snspended Man's Place Filled by Another , and Trouble Results. mrSCIAL TELEOBAH TO THE DISFATCK.1 Nkw Brightox. February 17. During the holiday season the New Brighton Glass Com pany snspended two men on account of the slack business. This morning the place of one of the sus pended men was filled by another man, and the entire force of 65 men went out on a strike, claiming that such action was a violation of the laws of the union. THE MOTE HANGISG FIRE. Alderman Relllr, Has Received No Addi tional I.Iqnor Cases. Alderman Beilly stated yesterday after noon that no other informations had been made against illegal liquor sellers, other than the fourteen already published. The 'Squire further stated that he understood that quite a number of names were in the posses sion of District Attorney Johnston and that other suits will be entered, but when he could not say. The hearings in suits already entered will be held Fridav. Five Cent Fares Pay Well. The receipts of the Citizens' Traction Company for the second week of F -bruary, 1890, were $10,045 80; same week, 1889, $8,122 85; increase, with 5 cent fares, 1890, 1,922 85. Receipts lor first 15 days of Feb ruary. 1889, $17,277 20; first IB davs, 1890, 522,221 20; increase over 1889, $4,941. Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday. Kama. Beetdanee. (Joseph BUbert .Allegheny 5 Lizzie Lclrupf : Allegheny I James Connelly..... Pittsburg J Margie Connelly. , Pittsburg (James McCandrews Pittsburg ( Bridget Moran Pittsburg ( lllchard Fanner., McKeesnort (Johanna Dailey.. Lincoln township ( John J. Callachan rittsburg J Nannie U'Kourke Pittsburg (John Murphy Homestead J Mary Ann Murphy rittsburg tl'atrlckA. va I Delia Graney.. Durkin .Pittsburg :y 1'ltubnrg ( Edward Ennli , Pittsburg ( Elizabeth Brown Pittsburg ( Ellsha Vanghan McKeesnort I Evelyn E. Kennedy Mifflin township ( Solomon bnllkorftz Pittsburg I Minnie Zuckerinan .Pittsburg (James E. Powers Pittsburg ( Elizabeth Ecber Plttsbnrg (John Cannon , Homestead ( Katie 1'ltzslmmons Homestead (Herman Vancelow Pittsburg (Mary Hoffman Pittsburg Jobnl.allcy Allegheny ( Katie Kennedy Allegnenv ( Charles KIncald Allegheny ( Lillian T hlttaier Allegheny (John Uyan Matrons i Johanna follard , ..Natrona Pittsburg ( I'atrlck Urune Pittsburg 1 liessle, Walth Pittsburg I aucusi isurgei .... Tarentum Tarentum .Clarkson, la (1 Dlllie Zimmerman., ( Hiram J. Hill ( Jennie Davis.., .rntsbnrg (John A. Collins Verona (Margaret E. Mlnaban Verona (Frank P. Ilogan Johnstown (haggled, iiaroy. (John A. Blackstock ( Leah M. Snead Charles Uutheral ( Annie Grinber ( James Kelllv . Allegheny Allegnenv Allegheny Aiicgneny Allegheny Allegheny (Margy McLaughlin Allegheny (Michael O'Brien Pittsburg ( Annie Duffy Pittsburg ( Nicholas niumensteln Bethel townsmp ( Lizzie Lachman....t Bethel township Peter I.eibMetl Lower St, Clair township Anna behalf. Lower bt. Clair township (John HucLensteln Allegheny ( Stella Munhall Allegheny (John r Wolfe , Pittsburg ( Mamie B. Gordon Plttsbnrg RONSOMPTION, IN its first stages, canlbe successfully checked by the prompt use of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Even in the later periods of that disease, tho cough is wonderfully relieved by this medicine. " I have used Ayer's Cherry Pectoral with the best effect in my practice. This wonderful preparation once saved my life. I had a constant cough, night sweats, was greatly reduced in flesh, and given up by my physician. One bottle and a naif of the Pectoral cured me." A. J. Eidson, JL Dy Middleton, Tennessee. " Several years ago I was severely ill. The doctors said I was in consumption, and that they could do nothing for me, but advised me, as a last resort, to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. After taking this medicine two or three months I was cured, and my health remains good to the present day." James Bircnard, Darien, Conn. " Several years ago, on a passage home from California, by water, I contracted so severe a cbld that for BOmo days It was confined to ,my state-room, and a physician on board considered my Ufa In danger. Happening to have a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, X used it freely, and my lungs were soon restored to a healthy condition. Since then I have invariably recommended this prep, aration." J. B. Chandler, Junction, Ya. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, rsXPABIS ST Dr. J. C. Ayer It Co., Lowell, Mas. Sold by all Druggists. Price ?l;atx bottles, $5. BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA. ISO CTJPS FOR tX CHOICEST, PUREST, BEST. jeM-jtrrr TRY IT. Rare Opportunity for Ladles. Mr. J. J. McKenna, ladies'' tailor, of 36 EastTwenty-third street, New York, will be At the Hotel Anderson on Tues day. TVednesday and Thursday of this week, February 18, 19 and 20. He will have samples anil designs of the latest Importations of fall and winter cloths suitable for ladies' suits, long costs, jackets, ulsters and riding habits. His cloths have been carefully selected from the best English and French manufac turers and will cive thorough satisfaction. A call solicited; all orders promptly at tended to. A perfect fit guaranteed. Communicated. 1 JOHNSTON'S HHASlEFDIi ADMISSION. Be Practically Admits That the Suits Asrninst SnenU.Eoay Proprietor! Were for Political Purposes. "Those names againsUwbom informations were made on Saturday for illegal liquor selling may have been furnished bj; some one connected with the Democratic head quarters." This was the remark of District Attorney Johnston yesterday. "What an admission within two days of an electionl Does he not know that O'Leary, Larkin and Giles have marked for slaughter these 11 persons, members of their own party, who on this occasion are actively supporting Henry I. Gonrley.tbe Bepnblican nominee, and more remarkable still the District At torney of this county uses his position to compel criminal prosecution against tbeso persons. Is anyone so blind as not to see that this is a measure to coerce these unfor tunates to vote against their will and the dictates of their conscience? REAL ESTATE SAVINGS BANK, LIItL, 401 SmlthOeld Street, cor. Fonrth Avenue. Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $60,000. Deposits of $1 and upward received and interest allowed at 4 per cent srs Blair's Pills Great English gout and rheumatic remedy. Bare, prompt and effect ive. At druggists'. VTSU fllABOIBD. BOWMAN-BTJRKE-At St Mark's Episco pal Church, on Sunday, February 18, 189ft by the Rev. James G. Cameron, rector, Charles P. Bowman, Jr.. and Miss Kathebinx X Burke, daughter of the late Mark Butke, both of Pittsburg. DIED. lay e Wm. marv IS. 1S90. at 11:45 o'clock. S. Ballek- tine, ot Pittsburg Council, Jr. O. U, A. M., in the 29th year of his ace. Funeral from the undertaking rooms of James M. Fnllerton. No. 6 Seventh street on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. t Friends of the family apd members of sister councils are respectfully invited to attend. 2 CARNAHAiJ At Hnlton. Pa., on Monday, February 17, 1690, HUGH B. Carnaban, in his 6Sth year. Funeral services at his late residence, Hnlton station, A. V. K. B, at 730 TUESDAY EVEN. vna. Interment later. CLARK On Sabbath, Febrnary 16. 1S90, at 1:15 p. h., Ida May, daughter of John H. and Mary Speldle Clark, aged i years 6 months 6 days. Funeral from tho residence ot her parents, 102 Avery street. Allecheny, on Tuesday, Febrnary 18, at 2 r. M. Friends of the family are invited to attend. 2 DIETRICH On Monday evenine, Febrnary 17, 1S9U, at 8 o'clock, ANNIR VIRGINIA, daugh ter of John and Clara Dietrich, aged 12 years. Funeral will take place from the residence of her uncle, Frank Dietrich, S337 Liberty ave., on Wednesday afternoon, at 2, o'clock. Interment private. EVANS On 8unday, February 16.1890. at ISO a. si., William K. Evans, in the 57 th year of bis age. Funeral from the residence of his son-in-law, John Westerman, 403 Beaver avenue. Alle gheny, on Tuesday. February 18, at 10 a. m. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 FISHER On Saturday. February 15, 1890, at 6:S0 P. M., Mrs. Anna Mabqbet, widow of. tho late George Fisher, mother of George Fisher and crandmother ot William Eichenlaub, aged 88 years 6 days. Funeral services at St Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Eouth Canal street, Alle gheny, on Tuesday at 2 p. m. Friends of tho family are respectfully invited to attend. 3 KLEIN At the residence of her son-in-law, Samuel Frank, 30 Beech street. Allegheny, at Monday mid-night, Gertrude, relict of the late Jacob Klein, in her 79th year. Notice ot funeral hereafter. MALONEY On Sunday. February 16. 1880. at 1 p. m., Patrick Francis Maloney, in his 30th year. Funeral from his late residence 88 Logan St., on Wednesday morning at 8.30 o'clock. Services at St Paul's cathedral at 9 A. H. Friends ot the family are respectfully invited to attend. NEWMONT On Monday, February 17, 1890, Louis Philip Newmont. Funeral from bis late residence, 1427 Liberty avenue, on Wednesday at 10 a. k. Interment private. No flowers. O'CONNERS On Monday, February 17, 1890. at 830 . m.. Morris O'Conners, aged 24 years at his residence, 4417 Penn avenue. Notice of funeral hereafter. PINKERTON On Sunday, February 16, at 5 o'clock p. M., James Pinkerton, at the resi dence of his brother-in-law, Mr. John Webb, Wilson avenue, Allegheny. Funeral from same place Tuesday at 230 o'clock P. K. The members or L. TJ. No. 211, Carpenters and Joiners, are hereby notified to meet at the ball on Tuesday at 130 o'clock to attend the funeral of Brother James Pinkerton. W. It Hust, R, a PHILLIPS On Sunday morning, February 16, 1890, at 12!10, at her residence. 19 Rob inson street, Allegheny, Mrs. Geo. Phillips, in the 54th year of her age. And so He gireth His beloved sleep. Services at 2 o'clock on Wednesday after noon. Funeral private at a later hour. 2 SALEY On Monday morning at 8 o'clock, February 17. 1800, Peter A, eldest son of Jane and the late George Saley, aged 22 years. The fnneral will take place from the resi dence of his mother. No. 71 Henderson street, Allegheny City, on Wednesday morning at 830o'clock. The friends of the family are re spectfully Invited to attend high mass at St Peter's Pro-Cathedral at 9 o'clock, 8T0NEROn February 17. at 8:10 A. It. Jos eph Stonbr, Sr., In the 83d year of his age. Funeral from his late residence in Penn township Tuesday at 2 p. m. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend.' 2 SCOTT On Sunday, February 16, at 1130 a. m CARRIE Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Albert F. and Frances A. Scott, in her 20th year. Funeral TUESDAY, the 18th, at 3 P. M., from the 'parents' residence, 56 Kirkpatrick avenue, Allegheny City. Interment private at a later hour. a WILLEY On Sunday. February 18, 1890, at 8 P. M., at her residence, 1C Cedar avence, Allegheny, Rose, wife of C. L. AYJUey, aged 28 years. Notice ot funeral hereafter. Chicago papers please copy. JAMES ARCHIBALD ft BRO.. LIVERY AND BALE STABLES, 117. 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below Bmithfleld st., next door to Central Hotel. Carriages for funerals,?! Carriages for operas, parties, &xu, at the lowest rates. All new car. riages. Telephone communication. myl-11-T-ra GEORGE A. SMITH, FUNERAL DIRECTOR, 168 Fourth Avenue. Allegheny Office, 232 Beaver Avenne.fel8-85-TTS pEPRESEHTED IN PITTSBURG IN lSfl Assets . I9pn,eM3i Insurance Co. of North JLmertca. Losses adjusted and paid by "WILLIAM L JON ES. SI Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-p WESTERN INSURANCE CO. OF PITTSBURG. Assets ,fttS,K187 NO. 411 WOOD STREET. ALEXANDER NIMtCKX President JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President. fc22-26-TT8 WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary. -THE AMERICAN FIRE S INSURANCE COMPANY, Philadelphia. Total Assets, January 1, 1SS7 .12,301,858 6 ED WA.EB8 d SENNET? Ag'ts, QO FOURTH AVE., Pttttbnrrr, Fa. - Telephone 76U ixi laiWl.TTB MEW ABVZRTISEMBNTS. DANZKER'S Grand Spring ' OPENINGI THIS WEEK! -OF- Ladies' Spring Cloaks, WRAPS, Jackets, Gapes, Etc. A CORDIAL INVITATION is extended to the LADIES of Pittsburg Allegheny and the suburbs to visit our OLOAK DE PARTMENT during this, our opening-week. We show all advance styles of European and American novelties. Our endeavor is to make this department the representative Cloak Department of Pittsburg, and we -will spare neither trouble nor expense, to make it popular, while our prices are such that we will have no competitors. Thanking the Public for their patronage during the past season,, we will endeavor, by renewed efforts, to make this the Banner year of this special department. RESPECTFULLY, DANZIGER & CO., Sixth St. and Penn Ave. fel8 Once More to the Front Boys' Star Make Shirt Waists. We open this week onr first shipments ot Boys' American Fercale.Seersncker and French Percale Waists, in the new patterns. As usual our.line will be very extensive, and we know you will find it to your advantage to come early and make yonr selections. We are having a, special sale of " COON fc CO.'S COLLARS AND CUFFS. The merits ot thsse goods ara well known, and it is not necessary to occupy very much space in sounding their praises. The price of collars is 20 cents apiece, or 3 for SO cents, The cuffs are 25 cents a pair, 13 To per dozen, and 85 and 40 cents a pair and S4 and Si 60 per dozen. We also nave a special sale ot OUR PRIZE UNLAUNDRIED SHIRTS! The best shirt in the world at the price. X QUALITY U EACH, 85 60 FOR THE i DOZEN. XX QUALITY $1 25 EACH, $8 75 FOR THE )i DOZEN. BOYS AND YOUTHS SIZES AT 75 CT& EACH, f 1 25 FOR THE DOZEN. Shirts made to order according to measure, perfect fit guaranteed, from 15 to (30 per dozen. Do you know that wa have opened a new de partment for the sale of TABLE LINENS. TOWELS, NAPKINS CRASHES, ETCT Pay this department a visit of inspection. Special values in ercrything in the department, particularly fa towels. HORNE & WARD, 41 FIFTH A. VENUE. felS-D 1,000 YARDS VEILINGS REDUCED FROM 25 CTS, -TO- 10 A YARD This lot includes some of the very newest styles. Fleishman &Co. PITTSBURG, PA. N. B. Special Corset sale this week. fe!8 TEETH, $5, $8 $iO. Gold fillings from fl up. Amalgan. 50c: Silver. 75c: white alloy, tU Gold Crowns a specialty. J3B. J. M. McCLAREN, Corner SmlthJeld and Fewti'aTtftM. JeS3Vrran NEW ADTERTISBMBriTS. O.M'CLINTOCK&CCVS SACRIFICE SALE OF LACE AHD Again auction prices or less) A year ago we offer ed some of pairs of Cur-1 tains in lots .o f one, two, three or 4 pairs of each pattern with a lump price on lot; and they flitted out of our store like a flock of frightened birds. We will again in the same way, scatter Between four and five hundred pairs of Curtains of all grades. No matter what they cost. "What would they bring under the ham mer?" is the question, and the new prices have been fixed to fit. " You have the satisfaction of an ' auc tion, as to prices, with nothing 6f its fascina tion. There is no "going, going gone" business to drive you headlong into an unwilling purchase. Look with care, compare, try the effect of this pattern, or that pattern, in -any light you please; buy or not, at your leisure. This plan is better every way for the buyer, and therefore better for us in the long run. This is the way it works: take lot 14, for instance; the three pairs were $36; to-day $15;- or lot 40: the two pairs were $60; to-day $30. Bear in mind, lots will not be broken, excepting where there is more than one lot of a' pattern. The num bers in this advertisement correspond with the numbers on the goods. We append a partial list: Nottingham Lace Curtains j Former nrice For Lot. Quantity. per pair, the lot. 1 2 pairs (20 lots).. I 85c 1 1 00 2 2 pairs (25 lots).. 125 150 3 2 pairs (25 lots).. 150 2 00 4 2 pairs (20 lots).. 175 2 50 5 2pairs(101ots).. 175 2 50 6 3 pairs ( Slots).. 2 25 4 60 7 2 pairs (5 lots).. 2 00 8 00 8 2pairs( 3 lots).. 4 00 0 00 a 2pairs 6 00 6 00 10 Upalrs 6 60 13 60 11 1 pairs... , 6 00 6 60 12 4 pairs.... 6 00 14 00 A number of single pair lots at half price. Madras Curtains 13 3 pairs (2 lots). .$15 00. t22 50 14 3 pairs., 12 00...... 15 00 15 3 pairs (2 lots).. 7 60...... 12 00 16 1 pair 15 00 7 50 17.. .,,.2 pairs 20 00 20 00 18 S pairs. 7 50 12 00 It 3 pairs. 20 00 30 00 20 2 pairs 10 00 10 00 2K 2 pairs 7 50...... 8 00 22 lpair 15 00 7 50 23 8 pairs (2 lots).. 15 00 22 60 24.. .."..2 pairs (8 lots).. 7 00 8 00 25 lpair. 7 50 4 00 26 lpatr 0 00 , 25 27 2pairs (2 lots).. 3 00 4 00 28 2pairs 3 00 4 00 29 S pairs V 00 a 00 Silk Madras Curtains "80.. 81.. .2 pairs S18 00 T20 00 .2 pairs 24 00 28 00 .3 pairs. 80 00 45 00 .1 pair 30 00 12 00 .82.. 33., Striped India-Curtains 34. ....2 pairs (4 lots). .14 00 518 00 35 4 pair 6 00 12 00 86 lpair. 11 00 7 60 87 Spairs (2 lots)., 17 00 18 00 38 lpair. 14 00 8 00 SV 2 pairs (2 lots).. 30 00 30 00 40 3 pairs .....'..... 20 00 SO 00 41 4 pairs .-... 10 00 20 00 Tamboured Lace Curtains 42 4 pairs .. 6 00 (18 00 43 3 pairs (2 lots).. 9 00 22 50 44 2 pairs (2 lots).. 12 00 15 00 45 lpair 1000 650 46 2 pairs (also 3 p's) 14 00 18 00 47 2palrs 25 00 35 00 48 8 pairs (2 lots).. 40 00 67 60 Irish Point Lace Curtains 60. 2 pairs 821 00 30 00 61 2nalrs (4 lots!.. 18 00 28 00 62 2nalrs 8 00. Li W 40 00 30 00 63 4 pairs 23 00. 61.... ..3 pairs (2 low).. 20 00. Cluny Lace Curtains 65 4 pairs 825 00. 66 4 pairs 16 00. 67 Spain 85 00. .(60 00 . 40 00 .60 00 OMcClintock&Co. 83 FIFTH AVE.. ' itU-TH Mil CI I ralf Ik i il riv5 IHl'' U1 j1" " KKW ABTERTISEattNTK. B. & B. LINEN ' OFtERINCJ THIS WEEK EXTRAORDINARY. Prices and quality that interests every HOUSEKEEPER, All Hotel, Restaurant and Boarding House people in these two cities. 90 dozen in one lot of Bleached Huckaback Towels, 22x46 inches, at 80 CENTS, or U 25 PER DOZEN, have no equal, wholesale stores not excepted, and the Towels will clear ly prove that somebody has been "distanced in the race." It was the importer, as we bought this lot at a remarkable bargain price, and we are going to dispose of them quick ly at 20 cents .each $2 25 a dozen for such Towels will do it 90 again, but this lot is 90-inch BLEACHED LINEN SHEETING at $1 25 cents ,a yard less than customary prices. Do you care to buy the best and save a quarter on a yard of Linen Sheeting? A good many people think all gopd BLEACHED TABLE DAMASKS are made in Ireland. John S. Brown, of Belfast, does make as good, if not the best, in the world, and he gets a pretty good price for them, and we tell them so, but we must have a good assortment of the best, and we buy them, and have a very large selection of their newest and choicest and we mark our usual small profit on them, and if you like our choice of patterns, and our prices are less than they are generally sold, we know you will give us the preference. We say the prices are less right now, but the best way is to see these New Linens and yon'll find out. 62 INCH GERMAN' TABLE LINENS, Full Bleached, at 50 cents, tha are handsome pat terns, not full of dressing) and a bargain so vastly superior to any Bleached Table Linens made in any other country, except Germany, that we have ever seen, and while we don't presume to know as much about Linens as a practical manu facturer does, we think almost 21 years of constant study and Linen business experience gives us a pretty fair idea of a bargain lot of good Table Linens, and when we See them we buy them, as our large outlet enables us to have neijve enough to buy 'a big lot, and when we get them we put energy and low prices logeiner suniciem. 10 move them, and that shall be done this week. 72-INCH SCOTCH TABLE DAMASKS, Bleached, $1 a yard. These take care of themselves in will any crowd. Shrewd buyers will pick them out. y NAPKINS at $1, and a large lot of them. A larger lot of NAPKINS at Si 75. You know the usual size as generally sold in Napkins is f& but the above are Y Napkins, and the $1 75 ones are sold oftentimes at $2 50. CREAM DAMASK TABLE LINENS at ' 25c, 35c, 50c and 75c. You ought to see. Napkins 50c to 10 a dozen. '. This Linen Sale and the extensive assortment is going to do a Linen business this week. Will you at tend? .THE NEW DRESS I GOODS SUITINGS, ; PARIS ROBES -AITD- SPRING NOVELTIES are on sale, and, these new goods a re their own best advertisement ( ome in and look at them and pass j idgment on our New Dress Goods olenng for SPRING- 1890. Bogp&Buhl, US. 117, 119, 121 Federal Street, Allegheny X17 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ACTIONS THAN WORDS. t 1 Words Without Deeds Are Worthless, They're entirely written, and, like the buncombe adver tisements of some stores nowadays, mean nothing but deceit Honesty is, however, a.nd ever has been the policy of GUSKY'S The patronage we enjoy from the majority of the people of this city and vicinity, and the .fact that our goods invari ably give the utmost satisfaction, is the strongest kind of evi dence that we are the Popular Clothiers, Furnishers, Hatters and Shoe'Dealers of Pittsburg. . Catch on to a Good Thing When the -Opportunity is Presented You. - This week we shallower 1,000 DOZEN MEN'S LAUNDRIED DRESS SHIRTS, of the famous "Star" Brand, in all sizes, from 14 to '30 inches neck measure, made of extra fine grade of muslin; 2,100 Linen Bosom, Linen Cuff and Collar Bands, reinforced and felled throughout; continuous stays, which will prevent ripping or tearing; sMrts as good in every particular as any obtainable in any other store in this city for $1.50, for m GTS, EACH These extraordinarily FINE SHIRTS are cut extra large, and gentle men accustomed to have their Shirts made to order can be fitted here at once without incurring the bother and trouble of having them made to order. EVERY SHIRT GUARANTEED PERFECT-FITTING. JBOur Magnificent SPRING OVERCOATS now on view. Be sure you come and see tfiem. : G-USKT'S AN INFANTRY CHARGE HUST BE LOW T0 BE EFFECTIVE. We follow the military example, and make our charges low. The re sult was seen last week in our stores, which were crowded daily. Our counters are already overflowing with NEW SPRING GOODS, at prices that will astonish and please our patrons. LACE CURTAINS I I to 5 a pair. They must be seen to be ap preciated. : : All the latest novelties in Silk and Beaded .WRAPS & JACKETS: Wraps and Capes,Corkscrew, Broadcloth and ; : Stockinette Jackets, $3 to 15. All our Winter Plush and Cloth Garments marked down to bedrock prices, which 110 one can underselL ' V ' EMBROIDERIES LACE :: GOODS ; : Escunal, Oriental and Torchon Eaces. Beau tiful Drapery Net and Flouncings at astonishingly low prices. 1 This department is teeming wth new goods : WHITE GOODS : of all descriptions. Prices, 8c to 50c a yard, ; : including Apron goods,Lawas,India Linens,etc. ASTKID GLOVES New lines opened. Nice goods, 50c, 68c, 75c, 89c, $1 a pair. The celebrated 7-hook Premiere, 1.50; 7-hook Super ieure, I1.75; 7-hook Sublime, 2.25. These cannot be excelled. Telling reductions in our 20 and 30-button Suede Opera shades. Almost half price. Get them while you can. They will not last long. lpenaump 510, 512 and 514 MARKET STREET. felS-TTSSO STEAMEIIS AND EXCUKSIO.NK. -ry hue stab Lia fc JfOB (JUKENSTOWJi AiiU L1VEKFOOU IIOTt and United State. Mall Steamers.' Adriatic. Feb. SO, 11:30am IGcrmanle, Mch. 28, 10 am Teutonic. Men. S. 3pm Teutonic, Apl.tSpm ueltlc. Men. 11, v:JUam 'Aoriauc Api.a.ouuim Britannic Mch. 19,3pmUaJesUc Apt. 18, 3pm JProm White Star flock, foot of Went Teeth it. Second eabln on these steamers. Saloon rates, (SOand upward. Second cabin. S35 andnpirard. according: to steamer and location or berth. Kx cnrslon ticket, on rarorabla terai. Steerage. CO. White star drarts parable on demand In all the principal banks thronshont Ureat Britain. Ap ply to JCHN J. JlCCOHJUCK, 39and 0l Hmlth- neta sc. iituunrir. or d.jsmiux, uuai. ucit- era! Agent, tl Uroadway. &eir York. rel2-j AMERICAN LINE, Balling eTerr Wednesday from Philadelphia andliTerpooL Passenger accommodations for all classes unsurpassed. Tickets sold to and. from Qreat Britain and Ireland, Norway, Swe den, Denmark, etc. PETER WRIGHT A BONH, General agents. 807 Walnut it. Philadelphia. Full Information can be had of J. J. MCCOR MICK, Fourth arenue and 8mlthfield street. LOUIS MOESEIt, (118 amithfleld street, mhis-avns STATE LINE To Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin and Liverpool. FROM NEW YORK EVERY TH0R3DAT. Cabin causae Z3 to tio. according to locaUoa ei stateroom Exnnlim 65 to 180. , , tsteerage to and from Enropo at Lowest Bates, "State of California" bnildlsg.' XVbilX bAliUWlN vo ueneral Afaata, 53 Broadway, KewYort J. J. MsCSRMICK. Agent. 6M Mtf 401 Smithltld ., PlUshr., Pi. oeM-B LOUDER .SPEAK: 9C9 OB $5.75 FEB, HALF DOZEN - ( 300 to 400 Market street felS-TTSSU Our own importation, consisting of entirely new patterns, in immense variety. Prices, 68c Our own importation of Hamburg and Nain sook Embroideries, Flouncings and All-overs. Neat patterns at lowest prices. -Laces will be much worn, and we are pre pared. Beautiful patterns; Point de Gene, STEAIHEI1S AXD EXCUOSIOSS. -VTORDUEUTSOHER LLOYD a S. CO, IN Established 1857. Fast Line of Express (Steamers from NEW YORK forSOUTHAMP TON, LONDON and BREMEN. The fine steamers-SAALE. TRAVE, ALLER. EIDER. EMS, FULDA, WERRA, ELBE and LAhN of 5,500 tons and 6,000 to 8,500 horsepower, leares NEW YORK on WEDNESDAYS and SAT URDAYS for SOUTHAMPTON and Bremen. TIME From NEW YORK to BOTJTHAMP TON, 7K days. From SOUTHAMPTON to; BREMEN, 2 or 30 hoars. From SOUTHAMP TON to LONDON, by Southwestern Railway Co., Z hours. Trains every hour of tho sum mer season. Railway carriages for London await passengers Southampton Docks on arri Tal Express steamers from New York. These steamers are well-known for their speed, com fort, and excellent cuisine. OELRICHS A CO., 2 Bowling Green, New -York. MAX SCHAMBERO k CO., 527 Bmithfleld street, JalS-72-D Agents for Pittsburg. ESTABLISHED 1S7U BLACK GIN TOE THE KIDNEYS Is a relief and sure ears for the Urinary Organs, Orayel and Cnronla Catarrh ot the Bladder. The wlss Slomseh Bitters are a sure core for Dyspepsia, Llrer Comnlalnt and tnn Tbask MAxxspeeies ot Indigestion. Wild Cherry rome. the most popular prepar. atlon for cure of Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis and Lung Troubles. Either of the shore, K per bottle, or J6 for J If your druggist does not handle these gooH irrite to WM. F. ZOELLER, Sole MfiV - jEBSSSk Qovustia jfUUBurg, ra; 'v.