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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1890.
HE WONT BE COERCED Edmunds Gives His ficasons for Op posing the Anti-Trust Bill. HE JUMPS ETON LABOR UXIONS, Wliich, He Declares, Slake War Against the Rest of llankind. AKGULNG IX FAVOU OF COMBINATIONS Wasiiingtox, March 27. The anti trust bill was taken up, and the amend ments to it, as reported irom the committee of the whole, were brought before the Sen ate to-day. The first amendment that gave rise to dis cussion Has the provision excepting from the prohibitions ot the law the combinations of workmen and farmers. Mr. Edmunds declared himself in favor of doing everything that the Constitution permitted Congress to do in suppressing and breaking up trusts and monopolies, because in the long run (however they might reduce cost for the time being) all human experi ence had proved them to he destructive of the public welfare. People could not sbuttneir eyes to the fact that. If capital combined, if great industrial establishments combine to reg ulate wages the worUtnen were compelled to also combine TO DErESD THEMSELVES. And so this country, and other countries, had been for the last 40 jears turned into great camps of enemies, while there ought to be only one camp of co-operative friends. Even in the city of Washington, where Congress had ex clusive jurisdiction, masons, carpenters, bakers tailors nrinters 2nd all trades had their com binations, which were armed camps, making aggressive warfare agaiLSt the rest of man kind. lie bad learned of a case, which occurred here only a few months ago. w here a skilled printer, a citizen of the United States, a man of good character and with little-money (such things sometimes went together even in the Senate) applied to the Public Printer for em ploment; and although he was just tho man who was wanted to fill a vacancy, the public Printer was not permitted to employ him, be cause he was told that, if he did, ninc-tcntns of the printers employed in the office would cease work, and the countiy would go to destruction because it could not lead to-day what had been said in Congress esterday. And this was be cause the man did not belong to a particular combination. TYRAXNY OF LABOR. It that was not tjranny Mr. Edmunds did not know what tyranny was. The tyranny of a thousand men was infinitely worse than the tyranny of one man, just as the tyranny of the commune in France was worse than that of tho monarch who had been overtbrown. 'faking the iron industry as an illustration Sir. Ell in unuS went on to argue that, if labor combination- put up the price of wages 00 per cent the people who owned the mines and the furnaces and the forces had the right to combine to pro tect themselves so as to get such prices as would make ur for the increased cost of production, lie was willing to go as far as Congress had power to go in the way of breaking up the great monopolies that existed to the detriment of the country. So far as the constitutional question went, lie believed that the safety of the nation 'depended more largely on the preset vation of what were called the rights of the .States than on any other one thing. He therefore should be slow about voting lor any act of Congress which he thought went over the boundary which the Constitution prescribed. "wor.sn mixes thas woxor-OLiES. Ho believed it to be better to endure the par tial evil of even the most grinding monopolies than to attempt to step, by one iuch, over the clear boundary line that had been established and maintained between Congress and the leg islative power of the States. IIo was not willing to vote lor a bill that would be deceptive and illusory, a mere dust and ashes, and would not be coerced into dof"gso by newspaper outcry, by farmers' alliances or anjthirg else. Mr. Piatt made an earnest attack upon the bill asa bill that was aimed at eierr business in the United Stales. Hi! was willing to vote for a well considered honso bill, but the con nc.h lillt lit. -Iia rtA.m " duct of the Senate Tor the past three days had not been In the line of an honest bill to prohibit and punish trusts. It had been in the line of getting some bill with that title to go to the countrv with. M. Walthall moved to refer the bill and amendments to tho Judiciary Committee, with instructions to report back within 20 davs. The motion was agre:-d to jcas, 31; najs.58. Tne llcpublicau Senators who voted in tho affirma tive wero Cameron, Higuins. Piatt. Stanford, Htockbrirtge. Teller and Wolcott. The Demo crats w ho voted in the negative were Berry, Cockrell, Pugh, Turpie, Vance and Voorhees. THE GATES AJAB. A BUI lo Admit Wrctnluc Territory to Statehood Pnsies the Ilonsr Its ConMiinilon Severely Criticized Female nflrniip Victorious "Wasiiixotox, March 27. The consider ation of the Wyoming admission was con tinued in the House to-day. Mr. Buckalew, of Pennsylvania, opposed the measure, de claring that it was a bribe held out to Congress by the local office-seeking element in the Terri tory. It was intended, he said, to pack tho United States Senate "a Senate already having eight new Republican seats, six fairly held and iwosioien. Mr. McArtoo, of New Jersey, said the Consti tution ot Wyoming, if not the worst Constitu tion ever adopted, was abreast of the worst. There was m tho Constitution eerything bad in polities, morals and economics. The only good thing in it was the clause which allowed it to te amended. Mr. Springer, of Illinois, objected to tho right of suilrago bein: granted to women, and spoke strongly of the small vote cast for tho Wyoming Constitution. Mr. CJrosvenor, of Ohio, took the same stand. Mr. Springer, on behalf of the minority of the committee, offered an amendment provid ing for another convention, called under the authority of an act of Congress. Lost Yeas 13L nas 13S. Mr. Dunnell, of Minneapolis, and Mr. Sherman, of New York, voted with the Democrats in the affirmative.' Mi. hpnnrer then offered an amendment providing that there shall be an election in Wjoming on the Tuesday after the first Monday in November next for a Representa tive to the 1'iftj-flrst and Fifty-second Con grescs and for Jstate and Judicial offices. Tho Constitution Ehall be voted upon, and if the vote is against female suffrage, thaf leature shall be eliminated from the Constitution. This was also lost yeas. 133; nays. 1S3 Mr. Dunnell, of Minnesota, and Mr. Vanshack, of V isconsin, voting with the Democrats. Mr. Springer then offered his last amend ment, which strikes out the clause of the Wyoming Constitution providing for female suffrage. Deleatcd seas, 132: nays, 138, Mr. Dunnell. of Minnesota, and Mr. Lchlback, of New Jcrsej, voting with the Democrats. iiie uui was men passed jeas, 139; nays 127 This was a strict party vote, except that Mr. Dunnell, of Minnesota, oted with the Demo crats. DECEEaSLNG the sueplds. Tbo Sennto Considers Pensiuo mils Entail inp I.nreo Expenditures. Vasiiigton-, March 27. The Senato to day considered the Senate bill granting pen sions to ex-soldiers and sailors who are in capacitated for the performance of manual labor, and providing fur pensions to dependdnt relatives of deceased soldiers and sailors. Mr. I'luinb made an argument in support of the amendment offered by hini on Febiuary 28 declaring entitled to a pension of 812 a month all who served three months or more, and who are suffering from mental or physical disability which Incapacitates them from the perform ance of manual labor (if the incapacity is total), the pensions to be graded for less than total disability, but no pension to be less than 4 a month. Mr. Ucrry opposed the amendment as hein" only another form of a service pension bill. Mr! Davis (ho reported the bill from the Commit tee on I'ensions; also opposed the amendment. lie was not ready (he said), as a citizen or a Senator, to co to the extent of pensioning, under a disability bill, everybody who had been a soldier, irrespective of dependency on his labor for support. The bill reported by the committee would make an appropriation of 36,000,000 necessary in addition to the 99.000 000 now necessary for tho payment of pensions. The amendment of the Senator lrom Kansas would add at least f 18,000,090 .wore, which would make a total of t52.000.OO0 for pensions. Mr. riuinb's amendment was rejected and the bill went over without final action. Experimenting: on Silk Culture. Washington, March 27. Representative McKenna to-day introduced a bill appropriating $30,000 for the establishment in toe State of California of an experiment silk culture eta- " Hon. The Ace of Clubs. lUCEE BROTHERS RILLED. Run Over mid lloriibly Jlluiilntrd by nn Erie Exprrs. UlxoriAMTOy. March 27. The men killed by the Erie train 14 at Red Rock last night were not the men by whom tho safe in this city was blown open a short time previous. The victims were three brothers named Dcidrick, John and Henry Backfield. all of New York. Tho two latter wcro employed by Henry Eggerti Co., wholesale grocers. On the 30th or December Henry disappeared suddenly. Tho police and detectives in New- York, Jersey Citv. If oboken and Brooklyn searched tor him without suc cess. Deidrickand John then threw up their posi tions and devoted all their time to an endeavor to discover the whereabouts of their brother. They found him somewhere in the West, and the three were returning to New York when they were struck bvthe passenrer train and burled against a freicht train which was pass ing, and which prevented them from bearing the approach of the express. The bodies were all horribly mangled, and death in each case was instantaneous The men had in their pos session a largo number of letters and sufficient photographs to till a cigar box. CIVIL SERVICE VIOLATOBS BAILED. ConstltntlonnlliT of llie how Undrr Which Tliry Were ArreMril lo br Tented. fiiom x STArr connEsroxnKNT.3 Washington, March 27. Messrs. Newton and Vcrser, tho two members of the Old Do minion Republican Association for whom war rants were issued yesterday for alleged viola tion of tho civil service laws, were in police court to-day and gave bond in the sum of $500 each. A dozen Virginia Republicans were ready to oifer any amount icquircd, and Gen eral Mahone telcgiaphed from Petersburg to friends here to sec that the Old Dominion Clnb men were amply backed. Judge Miller fixed Saturday of next week as the date fur a hearing on the constitutionality of the law in both cases. ACCIDENT IX A MINE. Two Olcn Killed Omrlcut nnd Another FntnllT Injured. ISmCIAL TELEOItAM TO THE DISPATC1I.1 Ctjmbeiu.a"D. March 27. News has just reached here of a dreadful accident which oc curred in the Hoffman mines, near Frostburg. shortly after 3 o'clock this afternoon. Two men were killed outright, and one so badly injured that he cannot recover. The killed aro Hans Porter and James Carter. William Murray is the name of the man fatally injured. The men were walking down the slope at the mines, when a train of nine mine cars struck them, resulting as abnvo stated. Had the men gone down the foot path, which is intended to avoid accidents, they would not have been hurt SEVERED HIS JUGDLAR. A Prisoner While on Ilia Way to Prison Cats Ills Tltront. ISrrCIAI. TSLEORAM TO TUB DIRPATCB.l WnEELlKG.March 27. The colored man who was arrested in this city while attempting to en tice a young woman to a questionable resort had a hearing this morning and was fined and discharged, but was afterward rearrested, it having been developed that he was engaged in furnishing innocent country cirls to a notori ous house. While being convejed to tho jail he drew a knife lrom his pocket and cut his throat from ear to car, severing the jugular. He can not recover. WorltB of Art on the Free IJit. Washington. March 27. The principal change made in the text of the tariff bill to-dav was the restoration of the old rate of duty on whiting and pans white, which tho bill pro poses to increase. The committee practically agreed to place works of art on the free list. Communicated.! Riitnn Replies to Nreb. I did not write the artiele which appeared in the afternoon papers to which Mr. Neeb takes exception, but I saw it before it was published and therefore assume the responsi b lity for its publication. It wis called forth" by attacks made upon me by 5Ir. Neeb or his friends in two German newspapers. Mr. Neeb does not deny, because he cannot, that his paper advocated the election of the Democratic State ticket iu 1889; and that when a leading German Republican, living I- All 1 ,- j :.,. i; ' Jl ju Aiicyucu v,icuiuu3iruLcu wiiii jiiin against the course of his paper, lie replied that it was right and he would advise all his readers to vote against Boyer. I will furnish Mr. Xeeb with the name of the gentleman re ferred to if he has forgotten the fact. I have no fears of Mr. If eeb's nomination, and he is probably the only politician of any extended information in the district rho thinks as he does. In no event will he ever have half enough votes to nominate him. I am no richer now than I was when a candidate four years ago, and I did not ask at that time anyone to support me becouse I was poor. The voters of that district are too in telligent to use such an argument, and there is probably not one but what would have replied: "If vou are poor vou have no business to be a candidate for the Legisla ture." If Mr. Xeeb can prove that I am rich now I will pay all of his election ex penses. While no. being rich, I am able to pay all necessary and proper expenses to make a winning fight, and will be nomin ated by a larger majority than I had in my former canvass. J". S. IlUTAV. Allegheny, Pa.. March 27. THE NEW YORK. FASHIONS In Sprlnc Clolhine for Roys nnd Children Now Rcndy At A. L. Sailor's, corner Sixth and Liberty streets. Being the sole agents for the famous Brokaw Bros.' clothing, Mr. Sailor is able to ofTer more exclusive novel ties than can be obtained elsewhere. Any parents would be proud to have their boys dressed in some of hcse pretty, stylish gar ments; and they will be delighted by the ex cellent wearing qualities 01 tne goods. SrECiAL sale of underwear Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Knable & Shuster. 35 Fifth ave. IS5S. . i,90. "We have a large stock of Pennsylvania rye whiskies in bond or tax paid, which we can offer at lowest market prices. "W. H. Holmes & Son, 158 First Avenue. 120 Water Street. Now Is the Time To purify your blood and fortify your system against the debilitating effects of spring weather. At no other season is the bitter taste in the mouth more prominent, the breath so of fensive, the drowsy dizziness so frequent, or that extreme tired feeling so prevalent. Hood's Sarsaparilfa is just the medicine to build up the system, purify the blood, cure biliousness and headache, overcome that tired feeling and create a good appetite. Hood's SarsapariNa Sold by all druggists. $1: six for $5. Prepared only by C. I. HOOD & Co., Lowell, Mass. 100 DOSES ONE DOLLAR BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA. 150 CUPS FOJ1 IL cnOJCEST. PUREST. BEST. TRT IT. rears' oap (Scented and Unsnented)" SECURES A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION. OF AZZ DRUGGISTS. A PUBLIC TDM P POISONED. Mnny Pcmonn Recorao Seriously Unvrcll After Drinking the Wntrr. IFr-KCIAL TKtKOUAM TO Till DiarATCIt.l Louisville, March 27. Considerable excitement from the fear of a poisoned pump was caused around Cabel and Fultou streets to day. The pump located at the intersection of those streets lias been usually considered a good one, but is is thought to have been poisoned. Ex-'Squire Frank Gosnell was one among the many who drank from the pump. He took a hearty drink of the water, and in a few hours later he was taken deathly sick with all the symptoms of poisoning. The cause was not"attributed to the water until a number of others had been affected in a similar way, and it was found that all these had drunk the water of the pump. In a short while the report had spread, considerable excitement was pro duced, and Health Officer Gault was noti fied. Although Mr. Gosnell and a number of others were made deathly sick fora time, they recovered and went about their busi ness. A number of theories were advanced to account for the poisoning. A great many people think that the well is infested by the countless numbers of rats which were driven up by high water, thousands of these being forced from the water's edge. Another theory is that some evil-minded person had thrown "rough on rats" down the well, perhaps to poison peo ple, and perhaps to poison the rats, or both. SInrrlnffe Licenses CSrantcd Yrstordny. Nam. KeRldenfS. David A. Crooks I'armssos J Elizabeth J. I'crenson I'luin township 5 Charles Codock Pittsburg Kva Temnlln rittshur J UcorgcZ-ipr. ltoss township i Louis Wolff Allegheny ( John Windhorst Allegheny I Hosa Metres Allegheny Charles Steiner Pittsburg (Emma 11. Hc.tercr Allegheny j Leslie Jenkins North Favetto tow-nshlp tOnic Doughty rlnley township JEUHoovis Clintonvlllc J ancy L. Hoffman Clinton ille (John Jtaticr I Krenszanz Wolf. V Frank M. Arner (Annie I.. Edwards... rittsburg l'ittsburz Keycrshure Dallas August Zercnuerg Allegheny I Ilertha Sump Allegheny ! Edward II. L. Townscnd Pittsburg J Amelia S. Itel-ner ft Allegheny ( Henry Wclssert Allegheny J I'aulinell. Vogel Allegheny J Archie SI. Crawford Pittsburg ( Mary G. Druinin Pittsburg J Hubert Coulter Allegheny 1 Ellen Campbell Allegheny ( Jos'ph I. Johnson , Pittsburg I CasadcIlaG. llrown Pittsburg jKobnrtT. Hawthorne Allcghenr 1 Mary E. Murray Allegheny (David George llraddock 1 Sarah II. Douglas llraddock (James McLachlcn Pittsburg (Maggie Lindsay Pittsburg J Charles Hart Scott township (Jennie May UpperSt. Clair township J Thomas Scott Pittsburg ( Agnes Charles Allegheny Henry "Cinrlck Pittsburg ( LydeUrown Pittsburg Henry Young. Jr Upper St. Clair township ( Thcressa Laucs Upper M. Clair township f Adoir Ucrger Allegheny ( l.avlna Heck Allegheny Charles C. Cuppcy McKeesport (Lizzie Shaffer ..Perryopolis Bargain days Thursday, Friday and Saturday this week. K2f able & Shcster, 35 Fifth ave. Grand Millinery Opening In all departments to-day, at Koscnbaum & Co.'s. To-day, gains. to-dav, to-day. Bargains, bar Knable & Shustek, 35 Fifth ave. DIED. BRYCE On Wedneday March 2G, 1690, at 12:15 A. M., Maby McCLTOG, wife of Andrew H. I3rjce. Funeral services at her late residence. Mount Oliver, on Friday afternoon a: 2 o'clock. Interment private. BUCKLEY On Wednesday. March 28, 1S90, at Cameron City, Pa.. Jeremiah Buckley, Sr.. in the 70th year of his age. Funeral will take place from tho residence of his family, Sharpsburg. Pa., on Friday after koon at 3 o'clock. Friends of the family aro respectfully invited to attend. CHARLES On Thursday, March 27. 1S90, Mrs. Jane Charles, widow of Isaac Charles, deceased. Funeral from her late residence, No. 25 Church avenue. Allegheny City, on Saturday, March 29, at 1 P. M. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 CLARKE At Now Brighton, Pa., March 26, 1S90, Charles E. Clarke, son of A. H. Clarke, in his '& year. Funeral services on Friday afternoon at 8 o'clock. Interment private at later hour. CAMPBELL At the family home, corner Lincoln and Shetland avenues. Twenty-first ward, on Wednesday, March 26, 1890, at 9 v. jr., George, second son of William and tho lato Esther A. Campbell, in the 14th j ear of his age. Funeral services on Friday, 2Sth instant at 3 p. M. GRIESER On Wednesday, March 26, 1890, at 7:20 A. jr.. Christian Griesek, in his 41st year. Funeral from his late residence. No. 52 Long alley, Allegheny, on Saturday. March 29, at 2 P. M. Friends of the family and mombers of Pride of tho North Council, Jr. O. U. A. M., are respectfully invited to attend. Chicago papers please C9py.l 3 HOLT On Wednesday, March 26. 189D. at 2 p. St.. Elizabeth Holt, wife of J. T. Holt nee Grubbs. ' Funeral services at her husband's residence, rear No. 1 Bismarck way, on Friday at 2:30 p. K. Friends of the family are respectfully in vited to attend. MOORE At Altamont Springs, Fla., March 25, 1890, Frank Jr., only child of Frank ana Amelia M. Moore, aged 13 months. Funeral services at tho parents' residence, Uraddock avenue, E. E., at 10 A. h. Saturday tho 29th. 2 MILLIGAN March 26, at 930 P. M.. James Milligan. in his SOth year. Funeral from Presbyterian Church, West Bellevue, Friday, 28tb, at 1 p. jr. Interment private at Uuiondale. O'CONNELiL On Thursday morning, March 27, 1890. at 430. David O'Connell, aged So years, 6 montns. Funeral from his late residence, Jones ave nue. Twelfth ward, on Saturday after noon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 PENNOCK. OnWcdncsdavmorning.March 26. Phebe W. Pennock, In the 83d year of her age. Funeral services at the residence of her daughter. Mrs. Sarah W. Hart, corner ot North Highland avenue s.nd Stewart street, Pitts burg, on Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. In terment private. Please omit flowers. 2 PERMAR On Wednesday morning, March 26, 1890, of pneumonia. Ralph M., son of D. W. and M. D. Perniar, in tho 6th year of his ago. Funeral services at the residence of his grandfather, John Davis, 250 Main street, on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment private. j SCHAFER-On Thursday, March 27. at 730 p. jr.. George Schafer, Hr.. aged 53 years. Notice of funeral hereafter. ANTHONY MEYEK, (Successor to Meyer, Arnold 4 Co., Lim. ) UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER. Office and residence, 1131 Penn arcane. Tele phone connection. mylO-09-MWTSu JAMES M. FULLERTO, UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER, No. 6 Seventh Street. Telephone 1153. ap27-82-WFSu FLORAL EMBLEMS. ORCHIDS AND ROSES OF RARE BEAUTY A. M. J. B. MURDOCH, 1.1 ii aai.Li:n.ri.suuu oi. Telephono 429. no20-Mvry JOHN R.&A. MURDOCH 508 SMITHFIELD STREET. FLORISTS, ETC. ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES EREE. Telephone 239. mh21-MWP pEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN 1SCI Assets . . S9j07l,690ss. Insurance Co. of Nortli, America. ,2 2ya',te and P"d WILLIAM L JONES. 81 Fourth avenue. ja20-s2-D NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Easter We have just opened our recent purchases for our Spring trade and have among them a great many new things suitable for EASTER PRESENTS. We made a special effort this season to get a nlceassortmentof small articles for our EASTER TRADE. TTLES & SHEAFER, JEWELERS, 37 FIFTH AVENUE. mh22-Hwr -A-T LATIMER'S 30-Day Rebuilding Sale SPRING DRESS GOODS Are having a deep cut to prevent soiling and dust. HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, " LACE CURTAINS, SPRING JACKETS, That make this a busy house, sell ing before we teir out some walls. T, M, UT1HER, 138 Federal and 46 South Diamond Streets, Allegheny, Pa. mhI2-HWFSu AN EASY TREAD Is produced in wearing those Ladies' Shoes made altogether by hand, at Him melrich's. The quality, fit and finish is as perfect as goods costing double the price at which we quote this shoe, which is a Con gress, at In all :,$2 From AAtoE. widths There is no experiment in giving this shoe a trial, as they have borne their fruit in comfort. MELRICH'S, 430 to 436 Market St. Braddock House, 916 Braddock Ave. mh23-WK8u EASTER MILLINERY OPENiHG Will Take Place This WeeK. OK THURSDAY AND FRIDAY the Ladies' Trimmed Pattern Hats and Bonnets will be shown. ON SATURDAY the Misses' and Chil dren's Hats will receive special attention. We are prepared to show at this opening all the latest Parisian, London and New York fashious in 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 opepings, but it is an utter impossibility for us to reach all our patrons in this way. " We therefore trust, if you 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. mh2S-r QUICK STOP THE ONLY S&FE MEDICIIE THAT WILL CURE ANY HEADACHE IN 15 MfflOIES. W arranted to Cure. mhl9-5U-MWl' STORAGE. HOUSEHOLD GOODS cared for at reasonable rates. Separate and private apartments rented for any period. Furniture packing and transferring. PENNSYLVANIA STORAGE CO., 39. 40 and 41 Water St. Telephone 1626. mh7-MWT USUI OH On or about APRIL 1 THE DISPATCH BUSINESS OFFICE WILL BE REMOVED TO CORNER SMITHFIELD AND DIAMOND STS. mh9-117 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. DANZIGEffS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST. THE WONDER OF THE DAY. OUR MATCHLESS LACE CURTAIN BARGAINS JUST RECEIVED. Another lot of 10,000 Short Lace Curtains, all handsome and rich designs, worth from 50 cents to 1 each. Your choice of any of them at 25 cents each, to-day and to-morrow only (Friday and Saturday). Come in the morning and avoid the great crowd. Still more on sale of those long Lnce Cur tains that did such big trade fur us last week. Come early if vou want the pick of choice patterns. 300 pairs of long Lace Curtains at 39 cents a pair; worth 69 cents. 208 pairs of long Lace Curtains at 69 cents a pair; worth 51. 102 pairs of lone Lace Curtains at 74 cents a pair; worth SI 25. 90 pairs oT long Lace Curtains at 99 cents a pair; worth $1 50. 89 pairs of long Lace Curtains at 1 24 a pair; worth 52. 150 pairs of Ionj; Lace Curtains at $1 49; worth 52 25 a pair. 500 pairs of Ions: Lace Curtains at 51 74, 51 99, 52 24, 52 49; worth doub'le. It's plain to every observer we are head quarters for Lace Curtains, Portieres, Draperies, "White Goods, Table Linen, Nap- Kins, xoweis, esc, etc. More of those 25-ceut "Window Shades on sale to-day. Also bargain prices on Stamped and Plain Linen Bureau Scarfs, Chiffonier Covers, Bouffe Covers, Stand and Tray Covers, Fancy Towels, with Linen and Colored Embroidery, for Washstand Covers and Splashers. N OTE Prices are for Friday and Satur day only. SPECIAL See our elegant display of Easter Novelties in Brie-a-Brao Depart ment, main floor. DANZIGER'S, Sixth St. and Penn Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. mh23 TEETH. J H. 7 AM) (10. FULL. mim. Elegant set. Fine fillings a specialty. Vitalized air sue. DR. l'llIL.i.ll'S-m X'enn s wait. makes or repairs sets while you Open Sundays. mhtS-lM KE-sORTs. THE CHAL.FONTE, ATLANTIC CITY. On tho beach. North Carolina ave.; unob structed ocean view; salt atcr baths in the house; elevator; now open. ie9-114-D E. ROBERTS & SONS. BKOWN'S MILLS-IN-TlIE-PINES Elccantly furnished new hotel now open; sun parlors, open wood fires, electric lights, ele vator; 30 miles from Philadelphia via Penna. R, R. For rooms, circulars, address P. S. ATT1CK. Aftrr.. mhl9-51-D Brown's Mills P. O., N. J. HOTEL LAFAYETTE, CAPE MAY, N. J. Accommodates 300 guests; open all the year, omnibus and sea water baths free to guests; tho finest summer and winter resort on tho coast; hnuso within 50 feet of the surf. mlM-SO-D JAMES & STEFFNElt. 11HE ARLINGTON, OCEAN GROVE, N. J. Accommodations and appointments first Accommodates 350. class. Services the best. Will open May 1, 1MK). mh5-S0-D VVM. P. DOLBEY. Prop. HADDON HALL, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J, LEEDS a- LIPPINCOTT. ROBT. J. PEACOCK. Clerk. fe2S-S0-D STEAMERS AND EXCURSION, TTT H1TK STAR LIN B FOK QUEENSTOWN AUD LIVERPOOL. Koyal and United States Mall Steamers. Majestic, Api. 16, 3pm 'Majestic, May 14. 2pm Germanic, Apl24 8.30pm Germanic, May SL 7:30am Teutonic Api. 30. 2pir. 1entonlc.M.-iy28,I2i10pm Jlrltannic, May 7,7i30 a m llrltannlc.June4,6:J0.vm From White Mar dock, loot or Went Tenth st. Second cabin on tlieao 6teamers. Saloon ratca, SOand upward. Second cabin. $35 and upward, according to steamer and location ot berth, in cursion tickets on favorable term.. Steerage, . White Star drafts payable on demand In all tha principal banks thronchont Great llrltaln. Ap ply to JOHN J. MCCORMICK, 6S3 and 401 Smlth ilcld st.. l'lttsburjr, or J. H1JUCE 1331A1, Gen eral Agent, 41 Broadway, New York. fe!2-D STATE LINE To Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin and Liverpool. FROM NEW YORK EVERY THURSDAY. Cabin nassaire $! to $30. according to location oi Btate-oom. Excursion & to (00. Steerage to and lrom Europe at Lowest Rates. "State of California" building. AUDI IN BALDWIN & CO., General Agent, 5.1 Broadway, Mew York. j.j. Mccormick, Agent. 659 and 401 Smithfield St., Pititburg, Pa. mhll-S0-D ANCHOR LINE. Atlantic Express Service. LIVERPOOL via QUEENSTOWN. Steamship CITV OF IfOME I'rom New York. SAT- UKDAY, Maya May 31, June if, July 26 Baloou passage, fW to 100; fj'coml class, 30. GLASGOW SERVICE. Steamers every Saturday from New York to GLASGOW and LONDONDERRY. Cabin passage to Glasgow, Londonderry or LiTer pool. 50 and foo. Second-class. 30. Steerage passage, either service, 20. Saloon excursion tickets at reduced rates. Travelers' circular letters of credit and drafts for any amount Issued at lowest current rates. For booksortours.tlcketor nirtherlnformation apply to HENDERSON BROTHEKS. N. Y.. or J. J. Mc(.'Oi:.MlUK.eand 101 smltlineld st :A.D SOOKhlt &hO, 415hmlthflcldst., flttsburg- w. HUMl'fiE, Jr., IM federal "t.. Allegheny. iuh-17-iiwp ATORDLlEUTSUHER LLOYD S. s. CU. XX Established 1857. Fast Line of Express Steamers from NEW YORK forSOUTHAMP TON, LONDON and BREMEN. The line steamers SAALE. TRAVE, ALLER, EIDER. EMS, FULDA, WERKA. ELBE and LAfaN of 6 oOO tons and 6,000 tn 8,500 horsepower, leaves NEW YORK on WEDNESDAYS and SAT URDAYS for SOUTHAMPTON Ind Bremen. TIME From NEW YORK to 60UTHAMP- T.2& 7H daTS- p"m SOUTHAMPTON to BREMEN, 24 or30 hours. From SOUTHAMP TON to LONDON, by Southwestern Railway Co.. ZK hours. Trains every hour of tho sum mer season. Railway carriages for London a , 4 Passengers Southampton Docks on -arrival Express steamers from New York. These steamers aro well-known for their speed, com fort, and excellent cuisine. OELRIOHS 4 CO., 2 Bowline Green, New York. MAX SCHAMBERG & CO., . , 627 Bmlthflehl street, JaJB-72-D Agents for Pittsburg. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. l.'S 'RING RCPTI0N, You are invited to meet the New Patterns of Wilton, Mo guette, Brussels, Tapestry Brussels and Ingrain Car pets at your convenience to morrow, next and every day follozving. WILTONS AXMINSTERS Bear off the palm in respect to their wonderful beauty of col oring and artistic designing. They are still the favorite fabrics for lasting wear and elegant drawing room furnish ings. With a view to bringing them into a larger and more general use, we have made extraor dinary preparations in this line, have secured the best patterns exclusive to our house and offer them at the lowest New York prices. COQUETTES -AHD- VELVETS r Are having an enormous sale. They are the universally popu lar Carpets for their maximum of rich and elegant effect at a minimum of cost. Our col lection of patterns is the best to be found, the most of them confined exclusively to us for this region. BODY BRUSSELS. The old substantial, always to be relied upon Body Brus sels, giving the greatest amount of wear for the price. The new patterns show a radi cal departure in design and coloring from all former show ings. The lowest market prices for them always as also for hundreds of patterns of TAPESTRY BRUSSELS -AND- INGRAINS. The close proximity of our Curtain Department with competent and experienced salesmen, has afforded great assistance to our customers n the difficult task of securing an artistic and correct har mony between the Carpets and Draperies. O.McClintock&Co. 33 FIFTH AVE. mh28-JrwT YIOUET OPENING omuiTocra NmrtTP TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW. Every lady visitor presented with a bunch of violets as a souvenir of our EASTER OPENING , Of Millinery, Cloaks and Spring Novelties. Fleishman &.Co. PITTSBURG, PA. jnhJs' ; NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. B &B Dress Goods A choice lot of 40-INCH Check : Baitings 50 CTS. 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 jSi 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, jSi 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. mbZ7-73 Nearing the End. This is the last week of our 20 Per Cent Discount Sale, ana tnousands are missing this opportunity to save money on the Best Clothing in this or any other city. Remem ber, the selling prices on the Garments are untouched. You just pay 20 per cent less than you see on the ticket. Keep these facts before you: First Prices lower here to begin with. Second None butthe most reliable goods. Third 20 Per Cent Dis count on your purchases, large or small. Everything basis. Made on the one to Measure or Ready-Made. We stop selling at 20 Per Cent Discount next Saturday night at 10 o'clock. Wanamaker Sc Brown Sixth street and Fenn avenue. xnh2S-D YOU CAN BUY -FOR- GASH OE ON CREDIT .AS irOTT LIIECIEJ IT! FURNITURE, FURNITURE, FURNITURE, FURNITURE, FURNITURE, Housefurnishing Goods. Housefurnishing Goods. Housefurnishing Goods. Housefiiraishing Goods. Housefurnishing Goods. ' JK- JBj-Ej C jE3l 923 AND 925 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NOBBIESTSTYLES. LOWEST PRICES. YOUMAiVi SPRING STYLE We also show the MILLER and DUNLAP styles. Prices. Jl 20. fl 50, K. 52 50, St and $3 5a NOBBY FLAT SET BRIM HATS at !2 $2 50. S3 and 3 50;fnlly wiirth 52 50. S3 50 and U. N. Y. WORLD HAT The correct style of soft bit, in black, brown and blue, at SL 51 50L 82, 52 60 and 53. YOUMAN SILK HAT Reliable qualities at f 1 and 55. CHILDREN'S HATS Latest novelties 25c, 40c, 50c, 65c, 75c and up. All colors and qualities ot Men's and Boys' Crush Hats. Strassburger&Joseph Tailors, (Miers and Baiters. 161, 163 Federal St., Allegheny. mh25-wr w B JUDGE a man's character by tho company he keeps. His good or bad taste is seen at a glance in THE HAT HE WEARS, A good dresser is as particular in selecting the style as he is in the quality. That wo carry the best qualities cannot be disputed. That our styles are correct, we append the makes of gentlemen's hats for which we are sole agents: Knox's world-renowned liats. Tress & Co.'s English liats. Yictor Jay&Co.'s English liats. A. J. White's English hats. Root. Heath's English hats. In the above shapes we also CARRY A LARGE LINE -OF- STIFF HATS -FOK- $4, $3 and $2 PAULSON BROS, 44! Wood Street. iun26-aMWF THE MERCANTILE AGENCY E. G. Bun & Co., Gennanla Eank Enildmjr. 423 Wood street, cor ner of Diamond, Pittshurjs, Pa. This establishment supplies all necessary information as to the standing, responsibility etc., of business men throughout North Amer ica. It is the oldest and by far the most com plete and extensive system ever organized for the accommodation of llankinjr and .Mercantile interests and the General Promotion and Pro tection of Trade. Debts Collected and Legal Business Attended to throughout tho North American Continent, FBI Established 1832. BROOM CORN. Broom Manufacturers Supplies PEANUTS. ROBERT DICKEY & CO., 77 WATER ST. AND 06 FIRST AVE. Telephone 163. fe2MX-MW CARPETS, CARPETS, CARPETS, CARPETS, CARPETS. Cloaks and Clothing. Cloaks and Clothing. Cloaks and Clothing. Cloaks and Clothing. Cloaks and Clothing. PENN AVENUE, ST- J mt2txwr