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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1890.
ITALIANS BOUNCED. The Foreman of a Eod Mill in New Castle Inaugurates a Strike. THE ILOOD COMMISSION AT WORK. The Slavish Bank at Connellsrille Sound as a Dollar. KEWSI NOTES FROM TIIEKE STATES fSMXIAL TZLSGRAM TO THB DIRPATCn.1 New Castle, Pa., March 2C For some time past the foremen employed in the different departments of the rod mill bare beea having trouble with Italian laborers. "When an extra bi order was rushed through, they would complain of sickness, etc., and go home until the rush was over. Recently a new foreman was employed who seemed to have sufficient nerve to run the Italians laborers, instead of allowing them to run bim. To-day the foreman ordered the men to place certain coils of vlre on the weighing scales, out they refused, sajim they were too hot. This aroused Foreman Watt's dignity, and he inaugurated an in dividual strike at once, saying either he or the . Italians must go. As a consequence 16 of the latter were discharged, and tl.eir places were taken at ouce bv American citizens. The dis charged Italians have been making all kinds of threats, lint Mr. Watt is lint afraid, and says he Is glad to be rid of them. lie says anv corpora tion employing Italians, even at the lowest wages, will suffer loss, as they are experts in shirking their work. He prefers intelligent men every time, and plainly says so. I.AWKEXCETOIi S10XT00TIT. I'itlsbare's Cnmllilntr Closeted With Pro spective Drlcffnlcs. ISrECIAL TELEOBAM TO THE DISrATCH.l New Castle, March 26. As the time draws near (April 12) for holding the Republican primaries in this county, the excitement in creases. Major Montootb, Pittsburg's candi date for Governor, was in the city, and was closeted with a prospective delegate for some time. It is now conceded that the two promi nent candidates, Wallace and Mehard, are for Montootli. Colonel Jackson, for Congress, will have no opposition. The candidates for Assembly are W. P. Nnrrison and Henry Edwards ex-members of the Legislature, and A. M. Phillips, George Herr and S. JlcCreary. TAKEN IX BT A SUAEPER. Fayette Farmers Victimized by a Pitta bnrcrr's Smooth stories. ffrr-CIAL TILEGllAM TO TUB DISPATCH.1 CoxirELS'vTUE, March 28. Farmers living near Dawson, and other residents of that town and vicinity, have Deen swindled out of a con siderable snm of money by a supposed horse dealer. The man cao the name of Isaac Kauffmann, and claimed to boa relative of the Pittsburg people of that name. He bar gained for a number of animals, and ny flatter ing and alluring promises, succeeded in getting money on checks which have since proven to be of no value. Kauffman left suddenly this morning, for getting entirely to settle his hotel bilL His victims will attempt to hunt down the sharper. LOCATING A SITE. The Flood Commission Busily Engnecd on the Proposed Hospital Scheme. rSrECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH. Johkstows; March 26. Messrs. Beeves, Scott and Miller," and Secretary Krelner, of the Flood Commission, have spent the day here ocating the Memorial Hospital which the Commission will xrcct. Their presence in the city has given rise to numerous inquiries as to what will be done with the money, amounting to over S70.WX). which is yet in their hands, but no definite aniwer was given. Secretary Kreiner stated that $10,000 had been appropriated for the publication of the work of the commission, but as to what will be done with the balance, it has not yet been determined. LOCKOUT BROUGHT TO AS ESD. The Managers of the Overton Coko Works Take Bnck All Their Men. IPrr.ClAI. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH. 1 SCOTTDAI.E, March 26. The lockout at the Overton Coke Works was brought to an end to day by the company agreeing to let all the men return to work with the exception of Kelson, the non-unionist, over whom the trouble origi nated. The plant is in full operation this after noon. The strike still continues at the Port Royal Coke Works. UXEASI EUXGAEIANS. No Foundation That the Slnvtsh Bank nt nicConnellsville Woi Embarrassed. .SPECIAL TELEOBAM TO TUK DtSrATCK.1 COKKEL.I.SVII.I.E, March 2i Reports crept through the coke region last night that the Slavish Bank of J. S. McCaleb, of this place, had burstcd. Many Huns came to town to-day, who demanded their money, but their fears were allayed, and all went home satisfied. There is not the slightest doubt as to the sta bility of the concern. BTJEGLARS MAKE A EICH HAUL. They Enter a Iloiiite and Secure Several Thousand Dollars In Money. (SPECIAL TELEOHAM TO TUE DISPATCH. 1 Caitton, March 2C Burglars entered the house of Dominick Tyler, a wealthy citizen of this place, this morning by prying open a lower floor window. Several thousand dollars in money were secured, in addition to nearly SL OW worth of jewelry. No clew whatever has been found, as the wily burglars left no trace. The Qnndrnplcts to be Baptized on Sunday. tSFECIAL TELEGEAM TO THE DISrATCIt.: Scottdale, March 28. The Newton quad ruplet of babies will be baptized in the Catholic Church next Sunday. Rev. Father Lambing will officiate. The event will bo witnessed by hundreds of people. Mis. Newton to-day re ceived a letter from a prominent farmer named Elks, of Illinois, w ho presents them with six large lots, Will Lose His Eycsleht. ISFECIAL TELECnAK TO THE DISPATCH. ' Newark, O., March 25. Yonng Seward, liv ing at Ferrytown, some 13 miles out of this place, while climbing a fence yesterday, fell and an elder stalk penetrated one eye. run through the spongy portion of tuc nose, and entered the other eye. He will recovar his health perhaps, hut never his sight. A Pittsbursrr Shot In Lima, ISFECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.! LIMA, O., March 28. Henry Young, a boiler maker from Pittsburg, was shot in the bead and dangerously wounded during a tight in Mrs. Nora Casey's saloon near the depot here. He came here in search of employment last night. His recovery is extremely doubtful. rieadcd Guilty to Swindling. 'SPECIAL TELEGEAM TOTHE DISPATCH.1 Whkelixo, March 28. H. Taylor Brad chaw, the bogus acentof the Lutheran Evan gelist, pleaded guilty to the charges of swindling to-day and was sent to the grand jury. It is understood Pennsylvania parties are after him on the charge of bigamy. Fell Thronsh an Open Elevator. rSPXCIAL TELEGRAM TO THS DISPATCH.1 CAJfTOK. March 28. W. B. Hutchinson, a traveling man from Shelby, O., walked into an open elevator at the Barnett House this morn ing and fell to the lower floor. He broke his left writ and sustained other serious injuries and bruises. Death of a Valunble Horse. ISFECIAL TELEOBAM TO THE DtSPATCn.l Newark, March 26. Horace Madden, the well-known horseman, met a severe loss to-day by the death of his Hambletonian stallion, valued at $1,500. The horse was considered one of the best in the county. TrI-State Brevities. The Presbytery of Erie will meet in Titos vllle on April 8. and continue in session three days. The Nicelys will be removed from the Somerset to the Indiana county jail In a few days. The strike inaugurated a few days ago at the Fort Royal mines has been declared off, and the UICU ! fcWUB UsMJit. ,U WUIJL. I Tbx police ol Wheelincyeitrrday rescued a m lit Tif'lkfttirf iMiij: -m.J "jtfraft i&jta :i "iiiiiriMfli -T''Q'g:-'tMf- -t Aat- fcfc.-tt-i rt, jfr, aMrrfi -yfe r liiliiih if 'jMrf'iTrr t.JtfvWsF j ti JiillfciriiTlmiflWi'ti i JfiiTl irBfJrt Ifffilf i iff iflflVi JTRkfoiSfcmiitfiMf i &d&jJtJMialilflttAliM young aud handsome girl from the clutches of a colored man. The girl was sent to her home in Ulirichsville. The man who was arrested at Port Jervis, N. Y., for swindling turns out to be Charles W. Carter, who was engagedin the manufacture of inks, etc., at Johnstown about two years ago. and secured about JS.CO0 by swindling her merchants. FOE HIS LIFE. Father Boyle's Second Trinl for "a Crime Fnnlsfanblo by Denth-IIe Claims to Be the Victim of Secta rian Prejudice. rsrrciAL telegram to the dispatcti.1 Kaleigh, ST. C, March 26. The second trial of Father J. J. Boyle, charged with criminal assault upon 17-ycar-old Geneva "Whitakcr, organist of the Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, over which he pre sided, will commence to-morrow. The al leged crime was committed in May and his first trial took place in October, when he was found guilty, and as this crime in North Carolina is punishable by de3lh, he was sen tenced to be hanged on November 29. Through a technicality added to the claim that he was convicted because of his relig ion, he was granted a new trial by the Su preme Court. A remarkable coincidence of the trial was that every one of the 12 jurors was a Baptist. The case nttracted general attention he- cause of the fact that it was the first instance of a Catholic priest being charged with the crime alleged. The feeling in the commun ity against the priest was furious and threats ot lynching were freely indulged in. He had been drinking milk punch that day, and was evidently under its influence when the assault was made. The priest employed eminent legal talent to fight his case, the principal line of defense being that no as sault was committed. He gave his name as James Joseph Boyle and said he was 30 years of age. His birthplace was Luzerne county, Pennsylvania; he had been educated at St. Francis Xavier's College, New York, and was ordained priest in Illinois. He had come to North Carolina about a year ago at the request of Bishop Haid. Upon being asked it he had anything to say before sentence was passed, Father Boyle said he recognized that there existed in this community a deep-seated prejudice against .Roman Catholics. With the bitter est invective he could summon he attacked the prosecuting counsel, and for his hold, earnest words received applause from the audience. He used all the powers of voice and gesture in making his peroration, and took his seat saying he was ready for the sentence. It was the most sensational scene ever witnessed in a North Carolina court room. The sentence of death was at once passed. UNDER OXE UOOF NOW. Rosenbnum it Co.'s -tiring Opening To Dnr, Nos. 510-014 Market St. The public has always preferred to deal where the most attractive goods are easily accessible. Satisfied that a good display in a well-arranged building, equipped with all modern conveniences, was indispeusible, llosenbaum & Co. hare ever been first to adopt methods for the promDt service and pleasure of their patrons. No more pro gressive firm is to be found here. Alert to secure seasonable goods at the earliest mo ment; Quick to acquaint the public with the modes and novelties ruling at each season of the year, and ever jealous to guard the name for honorable dealing and reliability which has been awarded them on all sides, it is easy to know how Rosenbanni & Co. have gained their enviable position in the esteem of this community. Bosenbanm & Co. have now concentrated their business under one roof, entrance 510-511 Market street. Lace drapery, white goods, em broidery and neckwear departments are on the right side of the entrance. Opposite are the kid glove and fancy goods departments. On the left aisle are umbrella departments (enlarged), dress trimming and notion de partments. Facing these the gents' fur nishing department (enlarged) and the art department. Descending an easy and very short stairway we find the underwear, corset and hosiery departments. Taking the ele vator we are brought to the magnificent, lightest and largest millinery room in the city. Ascending by the elevator a little higher we find ourselves in the large and well lighted cloak and curtain rooms. The spring opening, to-day and to-morrow, is an event in which ladies in both cities are greatly interested. So much that is new and beautiful is shown them on these oc casions that they are watched for eagerly. The present occasion is particularly note worthy. Only one entrance now, and that on Market street, Nos. 510-514. For Three Dnys Only, Then the excitement will be over. This has been the only genuine bankrupt assignee clothing sale that has taken place in Pitts burg, and the public were not slow in find ing it out. Never before has there been such a slaughter of prices in the clothing line; in fact it makes us feel sore to see goods go for such a mere trifle, but we must obey the assignee, who orders a clearing out sale within next three days. So not postpone coming until the last minute; avoid the rush. Vi'e still have a large stock on hand, and you are bound to find something that will suit you. lleineniber, this sale will be positively closed Saturday night, 11 o'clock. Look for the large blue BankruDt Assignee Clothing sign, No. 10 Sixth street, near sus pension bridge. All goods sold at private sale. No auction. Store open from 7:30 A. M. until 9p.m. Saturday until 11 p. m. 1S3S. 1S90. "We have a large stock of Pennsylvania rye whiskies in bond or tax paid, which we can offer at lowest market prices. "V?". H. Holmes & Son, 158 First Avenue. 120 Water Street 375 Pieces of Ncvr French Chnlllcs. The largest stock of fine French challies, best assortment, handsomest printings ever brought to this city. JOS. HOBNE & CO.'S Penn Avenue Stores. Easter Cnrds. Books and satin novelties, a beautiful as sortment, in all grades and prices.now open. Jos. Eichbatjji & Co., 48 Fifth ave. ITS Cabinet photos 51 per dozen, prompt de livery. Crayons, etc, at low prices. Lies' Gallery, TTSu 10 and 12 Sixth st. Dry Cleaolnc and Dyeing-. Ladies' dresses, wraps and scarfs done orer to look like new. 100 Federal st Telephone 12G4. Chas. Pfeifer. A NUMBER of nice pieces of cut glass are among the bargains while taking stock all through the eek. J. C. Geogan, Jeweler and Silversmith, 443Marketst, cor. Fifth ave. Thsn White Goods We direct special atten tion to the large assortment and good bar gains now offering in this department TTSSu HrjGUS & Hacke. The Lttlto Fellows Will Lansh When you bring them home a suit-from the People's Store. Mother will also smilb at the moderate cost Campbell & Dick. Closing out our drygoods stock at less than half price. Arthur, Schondelmter & Co., - TTS 68 and 70 Ohio st, All'y. Special sale of coats and wraps Thurs day, Friday and Saturday. Knable & Shusteh, 35 Fifth ave. Splendid assortment of silk embroid ered and combination dress patterns lu all the new shades lrom $10 to SCO. ttssu Hugus & Hacke. Grand Millinery Opening To-day and to-morrow. See large "ad." PwOSENBATJM & Co. SInrrlnBO Licenses Uranted'Ycsterdny. Ktjne. KsMne. f David M. Weir ; Pittsburg I Isabella Peters Coartlers township Harry U Andrews AUcphepy t Kmma V. Pfeltfer , Allegheny J John E. Wilson l'lttsburg I Carries A. Little Pituburg I Joshua M.Jones , Pittsburg I Katie Mctiraw Pittsburg j David Zorn Baldwin township I Martha Ann Keese Lower St. Clslr township JTnomssSlcFalls Pittsburg I Frances CIsvton Washington Henry Wlttkspp Venn township I Hrbecca iloye. .....Plum township J David J. Mercer Ueltrhoovcr borough I Jeannctte Gllmgre Pittsburg (August jjchmieter Pittsburg J Anna Mueller Pittsburg j Samuel J. ;ampbell Hampton township i Mary Mclntyre Hampton township N. T. Itichardson Pittsburg (LoulsaUreen Plttsbnrg f Hamilton S. Warnock Allegheny i Margaret J. Foy Allegheny I John E. Anderson l,ecchburg f Amanda Kay Leechburg DIED. CAMPBELL At the family home, corner Lincoln and Shetland avenues. Twenty-first ward, on Wednesday, March 26, 1890, at 9 P. M., George, second son or William and the late Esther A. Campbell, in the 14th ear of his age. Notice of f nneral hereafter. CARTER-Tuesday, March 25. SARAH, wife ot U. R. Carter, ather residence, No. 2 Fortieth street. Seventeenth ward. Interment will take place from her late resi dence Thursday, 27th, at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family aro respectfully Invited to at tend. 2 COYLE At Lanslnr. Mich., on Sunday morning. March 23, 1890, EDWARD COYLE, in his 31th year. Funeral from the residence of bis aunt Mrs. M. Connolly, Penn avenue, near Rebecca street, on Thursday morjjisg at 8:30 o'clock. Ser vices at Sacred Heart Church, E. E., at 9:30 A. 1C CRATE. On Monday, March 25, Joseph J. Crate, only son of Mrs. Anne Crate, of Blairs ville. ELDERKItf On Tuesday. March 25. 1890. at 3:30 P. M.. Rose Ida Elderkin (nee Lenzing er). In the 19th year of her age. Funeral from the parents' residence. Idle wild avenue. East End, near Homewood sta tion, on Thursday, at 2 p. h. Friends of tbo family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 GILMORE On Tuesday, at 3 P. M., SUSAN NAH Gilmore. nee Spargo, ih the 57th year of her age, widow of the late Captain John Gil more. Fnneral on Thursday afternoon, at 230 o'clock, from her late residence, opposite Web ster, Pa. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 ORAVTOn Wodnpsdavatl2:02 A.M..WILL- iasi John, aged 3 years. 7 months and 17 days, son of William J. and Kate Grant Littlo Willie, thou hast left us, And thy loss we deeply feel; But 'tis God that hast bereft us He can all our sorrows heal. Fnneral Thursday, 27th inst, at 2 r. st. Friends ot tho family are respectfully invited to attend. GRIESER On Wednesday,.March 26, 1S90. at 7:20 A. M., CHRISTIAN GrieSER, in bis 41st year. Funeral from his late residence. No. 52 Long alley, Allegheny, on Saturday. March 29, at 2 p. at Friehds of the family and members of Pride of the North Council, Jr. O. U. A. M, are respectfully invited to attend. Chicago papers please copy.l 3 HOLT On Wednesday, March 26. 1890, at 2 p. at. Elizabeth Holt, wife of J. F. Holt, nee Grubbs. Funeral services at her husband's residence, rear No. 1 Bismarck way, on Friday at 2:30 r. jr. Friends ot tho family are respectfully in vited to attend. KIRSCH On Monday, March 21 at 4:50 A. St., at his residence. Ross township, Perrysville road, Frederick KIRSCH, in the 69th year of his ace. Funeral services Thursday, March 27, at 2 p. M. Interment private later. 2 KURTZ-t-At his residence. No. 4 Lawrence avenue, Allegheny City, Monday. March 24. 1890, at 7:40 r. jr.. SAMUEL M. KURTZ, in tho 37th year of bis age. Funeral services THURSDAY, March 27, 1890. at2:30 at the First Metbedist Protestant Church, Union avenue. Allegheny. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 LAING At her home. No. 419 North Highland avenne. Nineteenth ward, on Tues day. March 25, 1S90. at 4 p. ir.. La USA P., wife of George Lalng, in the 3StU year of ber age. Funeral services on Thursday, the 27th inst, at 2 r. u. Interment private later. LINDSAY On Wednesday, March 26, Mar tha Adelaide, daughter of John R. and Ada Lindsay, aged 4 years 4 months and 2 days. Funeral notice in evening papers. LANDMAN On Wednesday, March 26. 1S90, at 2:15 a.m.. John Landiian, aged 50 years and 8 months. Funeral will take place on Friday, March 28, at 6:30 A. at., from his late residence, 81 High Street Allegheny. Reqleura mass at St Mary's Church, Allegheny, at 9 A. M. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. MILLER On Tuesday. March 25, at Ems worth, Pa., Miss Eveline Miller. Funeral services on Thursday, March 27. at 1 P. M at the residence of Charles J. Mourer. Train leaves Fort Wayne depot Allegheny, at 12 noon. 2 OLIVER, On Wednesday. March 26. 1890, at 4 p. M., of diphtheria. WALTER, only sou of George and Olive Oliver, aged six years. Funeral services Thursday, March 27, 1S90, at 3 P. M., at the parents' residence, Griffith street Fourteenth ward, Oakland. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. OWEN On Wednesday March 26. 1890, at 12:15 A. II.. Ida May. daughter of S. D. and Mary M. Owen, aged 18 years, 9 months. Funeral on Thursday, March 27, at 3 o'clock p. II., from the residence of Mr. Robert Lea, 48 Pennsylvania avenue, Allegheny, Pa. Inter ment prlvato at a later hour. PENNOCJC OnWcdnesdavmornir.g,March 26, PHEilE W. Pennock.Iu the 83d year of her age. Funeral services at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Sarah W. Hart, corner of North Highland avenue and Stewart street Pitts burg, onFRlDAY afternoon at 3 o'clock. In ternient'pnvate. Please omit flowers. 2 PERMAR On Wednesday morning. March 26, 1890, of pneumonia, Ralfii M., son of D. W. and M. D. Permar, in the Gtli year of his age. Funeral services at the residence of his grandfather, John DavK 256 Main street, on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment private. 2 RINDFUSS On Wednesday. March 26, 1890. at 1:40 a.m.. Catharine Rindfuss, wife of Henry Rindfuss. Fnneral services at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. F. W. Schomakcr, No. 8 Knoll street, Allegheny, on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family are re spectfully invited to attend. SHERRIFF On Tuesday, March 25, 1890, at 11 p. m., Sarah H. McGraw, wile of J.B. Sberritf, aged 71 years. Funeral services on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, at the resilience of her daughter, Mrs. A. M. Taj lor. 150 North avenue, Alle gheny. SCHTJETZ On Tuesday, March 25, 1890, at 10:15 A. M., Viola, youngest daughter of Henry, Jr., and Rosa Schuetz, aged 10 mouths and 25 days. Funeral Thursday at 2:30 f. it. 2 GEO. A. SMITH, FUNERAL DIRECTOR, 106 Fourth Avenue, Allegheny Office, 232 Beaver Avenue. felS-85-TTS JAME3 ARCHIBALD & BRO.. LIVERY AND SALE STABLES, 117. 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below Smithneld 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. myl-11-TTS pEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN 1SU ASSTTW . J9j071,698Ti Insurance Co, of Iforth America, Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L J ON E3. 84 Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-D WESTERN INSVRANCE CO. OF PITTSBURG. Assets 48,50187 NO. 411 WOOD STREET. ALEXANDER NIM1CK, President JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President fe22-26-TTS WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary. TEETH. 1 tl AND 1C. FULL mm. Elegant sets. Finn fillings aspeclaltv. Vitalized air sue. DK. PHILLIPS. SOD Penn ave., mi wait. Oncn Sundays makes or repairs sets while you Eiha-HS BLOOKER'S DUJCH COCOA. 150 CUPS FOR IL CHOICEST, PUREST. BEST. TBT IX Je24-MTTT NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. .McCliiitock&Co. The extensive alterations and reorganization of our Cur tain Department being com plete, we invite all interested in Interior Decorations to in spect our Lace Curtains, Drap ery Stuffs and Furniture Cov erings, in the enlarged space and macrnificent light of the New Curtain Salesroom. This is a representative col lection of fabrics, embracing a wide range of drapery ma terials and setting forth the highest development of the textile art infabric,design,and coloring. To those engaged in fur-nishinp-whole houses or single rooms this exhibition of Dra peries and Hangings offers the richest and most artistic effects achieved in this era of art de velopment Those of refined tastes, who desire simple and inexpensive fabrics for furnishing will also find their wants met in our stock of Curtains and Dra peries, which, although at a moderate cost, are of good quality, and give artistic and rich effects. The reorganization of our Curtain Department includes the most skillful workman we can employ for designing, cutting out and hanginp- ela borate draperies and compli cated upholstery work, such as wall-hangings, bed and toilet canopies, etc. Estimates and especial de signs for draperies and Moor ish Grilles for bay-windows, alcoves, etc., cheerfully given. N. B.Old Parlor Furni ture reupholstcred by experi enced work7)ien, with a large stock of Furniture Coverings to select from. O.McClintock&Co. 33 FIFTH AVE. mhl9-TTS u. EASTER MILLINERY OPENING Will Take Place This Wceu. ON THURSDAY AND FEIDAY the Ladies' Trimmed Pattern Hats and Bonnets will be shown. OK SATURDAY the Misses' and Chil dren's Hats will receive special attention. We are prepared to show at this opening all the latest Parisian, Londou and New York fashions iu Trimmed Bonnets and Hats, as well as Untrimmed Hats and Bonnets, Flowers, Ribbons, Materials for Trim ming, Ornaments, Etc., Etc. It is our custom to send out cards for our openings, but it is an utter impossibility lor us to reach all our patrons in this way. We therefore trust, if vou have not received a card that this announcement will be con sidered as we intend it, an invitation to visit our store on the Opening Day, as well as at other times. HORNE & WARD, 41 FIFTH A. VENUE. mb25-D TEETH, $5, $8, $10. Gold fillings from $1 ud. Amalgar?, 50c; silver, 75c; white alloy, IL Gold Crowns a specialty. DR. J. M. MCCLAREN, Comer Smithneld and Fourth avenue. je23-TTSu T HE AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, PhlladelDhia. Total Assets, January L 1887 J2.301.858 69 EDWARDS t KENNEY, Ag'ts, QO FOURTH AVE., Prtttburf, Pi. Telephone 760. ia23-41-TT8 EASTER Ml NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THE STORES WHEISB Low Price and High Quality Meet Upon Common Ground, I1ANZIGE Cloak Department The novelties we show in our Oloak Rooms are worthy of inspec tion. The latest conceits in Cloth Capes, Jackets, Peasant Coats, Cloth and Silk Wraps, etc., etc., are now on view, and at prices that defy competition. The crowds that daily throng our Cloak Department speak volumes. We quote a few prices taken at random from our immense assortment: Cloth Capes, $2 74; Peasant Cloaks, 84 74; Broadcloth Jackets, $2 99; Stock inette Jackets, 83 99; Children's Reefer Jackets, 82 49; Ladies' Calico Wrappers, 99c CONFIRMATION DRESSES, We show the handsomest line of White Swiss and Lawn Confirma tion Dresses for Girls ever 'shown in the two cities. Our variety is greater, the styles newer and prices lower than any other house can offer you the same class of goods for. Call and see them. OUR MILLINERY OPENING Will take place next week, due notice of which will be given in all the papers. We are making extraordinary preparations for the event, and shall eolipse all past efforts. Our leading feature will be (in the future as in the past) NO CHARGE FOR TRIMMING your Hat or Bonnet when materials are purchased of us. We are now showing advance styles in Bon nets, Round Hats and Toques, also Flowers, Ribbons, Braids, Gimps and Millinery Trimmings of all kinds. DANZIGER'S, Tne Money-Saving Stores for tlie PeoplB Sixth St. and Penn Ave., Pittsburg, Pa, l ; bllllM : Or" : VlOLtj? Will be presented to each Lady visitor at our Millinery Opening! TO-DAY, TO-MORROW and SATURDAY. Fleishman &Co, PITTSBURG, PA, mh27 The Last Week, Our 20 per cent Discount Sale closes this week,and such an opportunity to get our Re liable Clothing at such un usual prices is not likely to occur again. We have almost accomplished all we set out to do with our present stock on hand, We give our patrons just this week and then quit giving 20 per cent discount The news is tolerably sure to bring us a crowd of buyers every day this week. Why wait? 20 per cent off to-day. Either Ready-Made or Made-to-Measure. You will do everybody you know a neigh borly act to let them know about the discount sale while it is going. Everything in our store, Boys' and Children's Clothing same discount, 20 per cent less. Wanamaker & Brown Sixth street and Perm avenue. mh2S r:s NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. .&B. ressGoods A choice lot of 40-INCH Check : Suitings Finest and prettiest and best ever sold at the price. The trouble with these are that they are so neat and pretty that they interfere with the sale of much higher Suitings. 50-inch Suitings, $1, $1 20, 1.25, $2, $2 40. A large and choice collection French and German Tailor Suitings, dollar values, "price here only 75 cents. 10 cases New Henriettas and Cashmeres, our own direct importa tion, 50c, 65c, 75c, 90c, $1 and $1 25; the 50c quality is 40 inches wide; all the others are 46-inch goods, and over 100 shades for se lection. Another great bargain is our Ex. Heavy All-wool 40-inch Colored Cashmeres at 45c. A great purchase 46-inch Silk Warp Cashmeres; choicest shades; French Grays, etc.; $1 25; real value, $1 50. New 40-inch Silk Warp Cash meres, $1. A Special Bargain 40-inch Silk Warp Cashmeres, $1 25 goods, on sale at 75c; only ten shades, but all are good shades. Boggs&Buhl, Allegheny. mhZ7-73 FACTS. We do not keep the worthless truck sold by certain stores and advertised as cheap; any one can find plenty of this stuff in any auction house in the country. Our Shoes are made for strictly custom trado, -warranted Solid Leather. One pair will outwear three pair of shoddy substitutes, nt better, look better and afford the consumer satisfaction. If you want good Shoes come to headquarters. New Spring stock received. Ladies' Fine Kid Button Shoes at $2, 82 50, $3 and $3 50 are im mense bargains. Men's Shoes at 81 SO, 82, 82 50 and 83, cannot be equaled any where. Remember, we keep the largest stock of Fine Shoes for Ladies or Gents of nrst-olass makes in the city. Waukenphast, London and French Lasts in all widths. Shoes in all widths, AAA to EB. Open Saturdays to 11 P. M. 401 WOOD STREET. Cor. Fourth Avenue, Pittsburg. mh22-2S-TTS 1819 ESTABLISHED 1819 THE OLD STATEN ISLAND DYEING ESTABLISHMENT, ftlO PENN AVENUE. Principal offlce, S3 Dnana street, Now York. Dry cleaning a specialty; garments cleaned without ripping: foods gent to New York dally. Goods called tor and dellrered. mhl-84-TTS,9,23 JAS. MNEIL & BRO, BOILERS. PLATE AND SHEET-IEON WORK. SHEET IRON ANNEALING PATENT BOXES. With an increased capacity and hydranlla machinery we are prepared to furnish aU work in our line cheaper and better than by the old methods. Repairing and general machine work. Twenty-ninth street and Allegheny Val lev Railroad. leO-lS-ira On or about APRIL 1 THE DISPATCH BUSINESS OFFICE WILL BE REMOVED TO CORNER SMITHFIELD AND DIAMOND STS. nh9-U7 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 'Ti8 now that nature's warblers Four forth their siveetest lays, And strain their little throats till sore, In singing nature's praise. And other music fills the air, TJie organ's cracked refrain. Imported fresh from Italy Is once more heard again. While with the other music The wheel of business hums, And tvith the speed of Mercury The paper-hanger comes. The painter, too, gets in his work, This is his busy day Let other folk take notice And keep out of his way. The whitewash arlist,too's abroad Who, for a recompense, Will mix his finest lily white And polish your back fence. tStf The baseball crank once more abounds, WIto's ready to bet that Titisburg won't get left this year While Carroll swings the bat. And gentlemen of leisure, now, Although they may not sing, Get ready for their summer jaunts, For reader, it is Spring t Jl!i ilk . 5jS5Ti ik nlN. n i7 "ik w$i jfiwn W( jW kL NEW ADTERTISEirnfST, SPRING'S DELIGHTS ARE- ALL REVIVING! VERDANT GLADNESS CLOTHES EACH SPRAY! ONCE MORE GUSKY'S Blossom Forth m WITH the largest: the rarest i the choicest: THE finest: -OF- EASTER NOVELTIES! men's clothing: boys' clothing: children's clothing: hats, furnishings AND footwear: Our unparalleled facilities for ob taining the best is amply evidenced by the the magnificent goods we've got. Goods which are superbly grand and superlatively elegant in every way. The best manufacturers in Europe and America have con tributed to our present Mammoth Spring Stock of bewitching novel ties. We've nothing but the newest spring styles, and despite the fact that we show such beautiful goods, we can, and do, please everyone with our extraordinary and match less LOW PRICES. OVERCOATS! OVERCOATS! Have you yet procured a Spring Overcoat are you not in need of one? Then come direct to us. We have thousands upon thousands of them to select from in every con ceivable material, and finished in the highest degree of the tailoring art. We do not mean goods made simply to sell, but of bona fide ma terial and perfect in make and finish to the minutest detail. Something to stand by you, and ever afford you unlimited satisfaction for the price you pay. We are prepared to show three times the quantity of Gentlemen's Medium and Light weight Overcoats shown by any other dealers, and they will be found precisely what the stylish dresser is looking for. Our past record will uphold this. 0UR-FINE SPRING SOITS Never were so prolifically represent ed as at present. We are exhibiting pile after pile of serviceable, well made Cassimere Suits, as also men's neat and nobby Business Suits, in Scotch Cheviots, Diagonals, En glish Corkscrews, etc., cut in either Albert, frock, sack or cutaway style; every garment a decided model of style and beauty. In Boys' and Children's Clothing! Our stock this season absolutely caps the climax, and everyone in terested in buying clothing for the young folk should visit our store at once. We have suits for boys, big and little, which are conspicuous for their rare beauty, richness and unique designs. Sailor Suits to an Admiral's Taste I Kilt Suits in Endless Variety ! Dress Suits at Prices to Astonish You ! Mothers will be more than sur prised, and the boys absolutely de lighted to inspect our exceptionally attractive line of SHIRT WAISTS ! ' Which will be found in all sizes from 3 to 14, and positively unlim ited in number. BOYS' FANCY HATS I Are also a leading feature this spring, and what we have not got in them it would be useless to look for elsewhere we have simply every thing the most whimsical fancy could desire, and prices never were lower. Easter Furnishing Goods! This season's novelties are so nu merous, so varied and so beautiful that they have converted this de partment of our house into a scene of indescribable beauty, to be com- parisoned only to a scene depicted in some fairy tale. Nothing is lack ing to delight the most dressy citi zen. Speaking of SPRING FOOTWEAR! Our stock is simply complete, and everyone knows well that we lead the trade of the city in this depart ment We guarantee a perfect fit in all cases, and you can invariably rely implicitly on purchasing from us at far lower figures than you could buy the same quality of goods elsewhere in the city. SS-CALL EARLY THE COM ING WEEK AND SECURE PRIOR CHOICE. GUSKY'S, 300 to 400 Market Si Ya m. 1 a 4 '1 .1 4 M 4 m r