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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1890.
NEW GLASS PROCESS. Factory Projected at Zanesville, 0., to Test the Method. .A KOIST PREACHER IS COURT. He Applauds a Witness and is at Once Placed Under Arrest. ALL TEE SEWS FEOM KEAKBI TOWNS. SWCIAI. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH. I " Zanesville, O., March 2S. Parties in an Eastern State have 'written to George Brown, of this city, as to the starting of a plate glass plant here. They are glass workers and claim to have invented a proc ess which they claim -will cheapen the process by one-half. Instead of having the glass full of 'waves when first rolled out, as with the iron rollers under the old process, the class is cast perfectly smooth, and almost as polished as the old plate (jlas after the latter has been polished by special machinery for 14 hours. The II hours' grinding and the wasting of from one-half to two-thirds of the material in order to get a plane level surface, is also avoided. ' It is said that the new plate glass company at Washington. Pa., is trj ing to secure the method .for use for the plant which is to be erected there. The parties owning the plant say that a plant covennc two acres Kill have a capacity twice as great as the plant in which the men -arc now employed, which covers sir acres. OQUESTIOXAEI-li AUTHOKin. Tbc Stnte Board of Cbnrltlrs nnd the Pena- Tlvnnin Blind .A.ylnm. ICPICIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISrATCR.l ' EniF, March 28. Hon. George W. Starr, a member of the State Board of Charities, upon being interview ed to-day as to the report of the committee on the Pennsylvania Blind Asylum, paid: "I did not attend the last meeting of the board and knew notning of the charges against Battle", but I have confidence in the committee, Messrs. Barlow and Morton, and 1 wold accept their report and indorse their recommendation, bnt I will Vnow more about the report when I attend the next meet in: next week. 1 must certainly take issue with Mr. Battles and his managers as to onr right to investigate the institutiyn as it comes under onr jnndiction. Our authority is set forth in the compendium of Innacv laws." Mr. Starr declined to say whether he thought the State Board of Chanties had the right to remove the blind children from the institution or not. KISS OR BE KILLED. James Rynn'g Winning Mnnners Get Illm Into Trouble nnd Jnll. rWECIAL TKt.rrRAM TO THE DISrATCII.l Burgettstowx, March ES. James Rvan, of Dinsmore. one mile west of here, has been ar rested in Stenbenville by the Chief of Police of that city and bronght here and lodged In the lockup. He is charged with attempting to take the life of his lather-in-law, Michael Kelly, of Dinsmore. Sarah and Eliza Kelly, daughters of Kelly, testified that Rvan wonld come to their bouse and command them to do as be wanted them to. or else he would shoot them. On one occa sion he asked one of the girls to kiss lnm, and when she refused he drew a revolver and com pelled her to kis him. ills demands were al ways accompanied by a threat to shoot if they were not complied with. Ryan was taken to Washington this evening and lodged in jail to await iriai. TAPPED THE WHISKI BARRELS. Station Agent Crow Charged With Robbing Express Package. ISrECIAt. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.1 Mead ville, March 2S. Frank A. Crow, sta tion agent of the New York, Pennsjlvania and Ohio at Millvilbgc, was arrested to-day, and held to rourt in the sum of SoOO for stealing. Detec'-ive Caldwell, who made the arrest, ears Crow has been rohbmc the company for several moDths past by tapping express pack ages, never missing an opportunity to move a whisky barrel hoop and Isecure a supply through a gimlet hole. Crow pleaded guilty. BRIER 01LL TUNNEL COLLAPSES Entailing n Heavy Loss nnd the Closing Down of the mines. TKrrCTAL TELEGRAM TO THE tlISPATrR.1 Wheelixo, March 2i The Brier Hill tun nel, on the line of the Wheeling & Lake Erie Railroad, 10 miles from Martin's Ferry, col lapsed to-day and the result will be a very larcc direct loss to the company, as wcllas com pelling the shutting down of their extensive coai mines this side of the tunnel, where about 1.500 miners are employed. The next tunnel west of Brier Hill is said to be in a very dangeious condition to-night. EXTENDING THEIR BUSINESS. Linn & McCoy Will Start a. Chain Factory nt Bellefonte. tsrECtAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.! Beli.efote. March 2S. Linn fc McCoy arc altering and extending their large wire mill and blast furnace plant into an extensive chain factory, which will employ a large num ber of skilled mechanics. It w ill be running in a few weeks. Heretofore the iron has been shipped away from here to be made into chains. An Old Soldier Clnims Damages. tfPECTAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH. YorjXGSTO'W-, March 2S. Georgo M. Hart, a veteran soldier in poor health, this afternoon commenced suit against the Pennsylvania Company for JL150 damages, alleging that he was carried past Wooster through no fault of bis, and because of his refusal to pay fare on a returning fain, was violently assaulted and ejected from the train. By reason of injuries received. Hart claims bis health has been per manently impaired. Blast Fnrnnce Explodes. rsrErlALTELEGltlMTO THE DISPATCH.l Scottdale, March 28. The blast furnace of the Dunbar Furnace Company bursted to-day and a whole cast was spoiled, inenrring a loss of probably JjCOL The employes were standing a short distance away from the plant awaitingta cast, and onlj four or five men received slight injuries bv it. The lining will have to bn re paired and the furnace will be dampened down for several weeks. '.Imo Loses $5,000 by Fire. TSPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.1 Lijia, O., March 27. The Globe Machine "Works was damaged by fire to the extent of 83.000 to-day. It was insured for SG.000. The tank bonse on the Boop farm was struck by light ning and was consumed, together with the ma chinery and 600 barrels of oil. Loss, S2.000: no insurance. Farmer Osborne Suicides. ISPECtAL TELEGRAM TO TILE DISPATCH.1 Lima, March 2S. A. H. Osborne, a farmer living near Columbus Grove, committed snicide by taking arsenic this morning. He was 40 ears of age and leaves a family. He had not been feeling well for a long time, and latterly had been drinking to some extent. Killed by n Train. rurrxiAL telegram to thedibpatch.! Newark, March 23. This afternoon Pan handle passenger train No. 6 struck an Un known man near Columbia Center, this county, killing him Instantly. His body was thrown against a passing train and horribly mangled. The man was about 50 years old. Chicken Thieves Convicted. -special telegram to the dispatch, i Massilloit, March 2S. Jack McGuire and Bill Huff, of this place, wero convicted to-day of forcibly entering the barn of Mrs. Catharine Ripple in the night and stealing 21 chickens. The penalty is from one to ten years in the penitentiary. Beer for the Coke Region. tErECIAI. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.l Okioktowx, March 23. Samuel Magee, of this place, and Joseph Wolf, of Braddock, will build a large brewery at Hopwood,l miles east of here, during the coming summer. PoatofOce Burglarized. (SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH. 1 Martin's Ferry. March 23. The postofflce here was robbed last night of about f 80 In cash and a lot of stamps, etc A nOTEL KEEPER MISSING. He Stuns for Germany, Is Uenrd From nt Akron nnd Then Disnppenrs. ISPSCIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCn.l Lima, March 28. Sebastian Peters, proprie tor of 'tne Germania Hotel, near the Pennsyl vania depot, is mysteriously missing. He left hereabout two days ago with a nice bundle of money, telling his family he was going to visit his old home in Germany, and that be wonld bo absent several months. On Monday of this week his wife received a telegram from Akron saying that illne'S had changed his plans, and bo would return here immediately. She expected him Tuesday, but as he did not show up, she pnt the matter in the hands of detectives, but no clew has vet been obtained of his where abouts, and his family is greatly distressed over the affair. Peters is a middle-aged man, who has always borne an unblemished reputation for honesty. His wife fears he has been foully dealt with since bis departure from home. STARHXG THEM UP AGAIN. A New Company organized to Opernto the Whitla Glass Works. rSPTCIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.! Beaver Falls. March 23. A new company w as formed here yesterday to operate the works of the defunct Whitla Glass Company and operations will begin Monday next. The new company has a paid up capital of 60,000, and has anplicd for a charter. A number of stockholders in the new company were stockholders in the old company. The Har mony Sscietv, of Economy. Pa.; also S. W. Vandersol. of Pittsburc. and James Ferguson, an ml operator, are the new stockholders. The title of the now concern is the "Valley Glass Companv, and the officers are: E. Woel fel, of the Harmony Society. President; S. W. Vandersol, of Pittsbnrp, Secretary and Treas urer. The Board of Directors is E. Woefel, Jas. Fetcuson. S. Harold, S. W. Vandersol, J. C. Whitla, W. A. McCool, J. P. Stowe, W. A. Briedcnstein. A RIGHT-OF-WAI SQUABBLE. One Railroad Tries to Enjoin Another From Crossing Its Tracks. SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCILl New Castle, March 2S. Tho Western New York and Philadelphia Railroad took out an injunction this morning to restrain the Penn sylvania Company, tho Pittsburg and Lake Erie Company and J. P. Matthews' works from interfering in any way with the Western New York and Philadelphia tracks. The Pcnusjlvania Company and Matthews were desirons of putting down a crossing on one of the Western New York and Philadelphia s de tracks,and the latter road run out a miul ensrliK" and a lot of cars on the dis puted piece of track. 1 he injunction mentions tho Pittsburg and Lake Erie road because the Western New York and Philadelphia thoucht that road had some thing to do with the matter. A bearing on the injunction will likely be held In a few days. FIFTY-THREE HOURS A WEEK. Yonngatown Bnltdlng Trndes Pormnlato Their calo for llie Coming Year. IsrjtClAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.1 YoUJiGSTOwy, March 23. The members of theTradcs Building Council have decided on the schedule of wages and hours of labor for the coming year, and on Monday will send notices to contractors. In substance the scale is as follows: Painters and decorators, $2 60 ficr day; carpenters and joiners, S2 50; brick a ers, H; stonemasons, 3 50; plumbers and gas fitters, each S3 per day, nine hours constituting a day's w ork in each case, except on Saturday, when eight hours shall be called a day. The scale of all is to go Into effect on May L Contractors have not decided what action will be taken, bnt it is thought they will ac cept the scale as arranged. ALUMINUM AT CORRI. Is to be Worked by n Company of Chicago Capitalists. SrECtAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH. Corry, March 23 Several Chicago capital ists have just completed arrangements for the establishment here of a large aluminum plant. Beds of clay north of the city have been discov ered and thoroughly analyzed and prononnced the richest in aluminum of any in the country. The assay of the clay snows nearly enough gold to pay for manufacturing the aluminum. The company, represented by Colonel Dor rance, formerly of the Texas Pacmc Railroad, has entered into bonds in the sum of 10,000 to expend 50,000 the coming season in developing the beds. The works will be run entirely by electricity, which produces a greater heat than gas and is much cheaper. The papers have just been executed before Mayor Bole. MUST NOT TACATE THE PIKE. Center County Ordered to Pay Heavy Dam ages to n Tnrnpike Company. ISrECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.1 Bellefoxte, March 2S. The jury in the case of the Kisnocoquillas Turnpike Company versus Center County for damages for vacating the turnpike, gave a verdict for the plaintiff for $12,800. The pike runs from Bellefonte to the Miffin countv line, and was chartered in 1818. A former jury m the case awarded only $500 damages. Judge Fnrst this time charged the jury to bring in large damages for the plaintiff. The case will likely be taken to the Supreme Court by the county, as objections are found to the Judgc's.cbarge. A MINISTER IN CONTEMPT. He Is Arrested for Applauding a Witness In Conn. rSPECIAL TELEGUAM TO THE DISPATCH.1 Beaver Falls, March 23. This afternoon the case of the W. C. T. U. versus Cashbaugh & Bell, managers, of the theater here, for posting up alleged immoral pictures of the Lily Clay Company, was tried before Justice Broden. The trial took np all the Scaly Skin Diseases Psoriasii 5 years, covering face, head and entire body with white scabs. Skin red, itchy and bleeding. Hair all gone. Spent hundreds of dollars. Pronounced Incura ble. Cured byCuticura Remedies. Cured by Cuticura My disease (psoriasis) first broke out onmylelt cheek, spreading across tny nose, stnd almost cov Tinp my face. It ran Into my ejes, and the phy sician was afraid I would lose my eyesight alto gether. It spread all over mythead, and my hair all fell out. until 1 was entirely bald-headed; it then broke out on m arms and shoulders, until my arms were jubt one son. 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Back ache, tldnevnalns. weakness. rheumatism and muscular pains be lieved in ore minute by the CBTI- CTTPl A,mT-I,t l, lOTtr-D flii. fleet and only instantaneous palc-kUllng plaster. j BEEGHAM'S PILLS 1 ON A WEAK STOMACH, i iasots. &, iboslI B OFALL DRUCCISTS. I afternoon, and the rooms were crowded with spectators. Many witnesses were ex amined, and the pictures were shown, and the criticisms were in many cases very funny. After hearine all the evidence, a decision was reserved until 3 o'clock to-morrow afternoon. Durinc thetrial Rev. John Alford applauded with both feet and hands duniic the testimony of one ot the witnesses for the prosecution, and was at once placed upder arrest for con tempt of court. Tho defendants will carry the affair to court if the decision is unfavorable. EXPLOSION IN A MINE. One Sinn Fatally Injured nnd Another Hart While Going to tho Rescue. tSFECIAT. TELEOnAil TO THE DISPATOIt.l SCOTTDAI.E. March 23. An explosion oc curred In ihe Tiptop mines of H. C. Frick & Co. last night and badly burned a miner named Sweeny. His injuries are most serions on his arm and face. Ho may not recover. Another miner named Sarcot, on beannj: the report, started for the scene of the explosion but fell before reaching it, cutting a terrible gash in his bead. Tbo Aec orCInbs. See announcement in advertisement on Page 8 of this issue. Easter neckwear; largest and finest line at James H. Aiken & Co.'s, 100 Fifth ave. Choice assortment of ladles' new spring walking jackets, wraps and cloth garments, exclusive styles, now opened. TTSSU HUGUS & HACKE. OInrrlaEO Licenses Granted Yesterday. Ksmc Beiiaene- JThomas 'Williamson Brookllne, Mass Minnie McKnlght Brookllne, Mass DIED. CHARLES-On Thursday. March 27. 1ED0, Mrs. Jane Chaki.es, widow of Isaac Charles, deceased. Funeral from her late residence. No. 25 Church avenue. Allegheny City, on Saturday, March 29, at 2 P. M. Friends of tho family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 DARLINGTON On Thursday. March 27, at Wilmington, Del., Knwi- Darlington, father of Mrs. D. L. Gillespie, of this city, aged 63 years. Funeral at Wilmington. Del., on SUNDAY, March 30. DONALDSON At his residence in Bethel township, on Friday, March 28, 1S0O, Henby Donaldson, aged 64 years and 4 days. Funeral services at Bethel Church on Mon day, March 31, at 12 o'clock noon. DELPHEY March 28. 1890. at 3 A. M., Pearl C. Deli-hey. on Mt. Washington, in the 6th year of her age. Funeral from the residence of her grand parents. 280 Lacock street, Allegheny, on Sun day afternoon at 2 T. M. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. GRANT-On Friday. March 28, 1S90, at 4 A. St.. Katherine Li, oldest daughter of John and Margaret Grant, aged 23 sears and 22 days. Funeral from the family residence. No. 6204 Pcnn avenue, Twentieth ward, on Sunday. the 30th Inst., at 2 P. M. Friends of tbe family arc respectfully invited to attend. 2 GRIESER On Wednesday, March 26, 1890, at 7:20 A. M., CHRISTIAN Grieseb, in his 41st year. Funeral from his late residence. No. 62 Long alloy, Allegheny, on Saturday, March 29, at 2 p. M. Friends of the family and members of Pride of tho North Council, Jr. O. U. A. M., are respectfully invited to attend. Chicago papers please copy.l 3 HERZOG On Friday. March 28. at 1 P. M., Daisy, daughter of Wm. and Alice Herzog, aged 8 years and 10 months. Funeral from her parents' residence, 275 Franklin street, Allegheny, Sunday, at 2 p. m. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. HOBTIRG On Friday, March 28, 1890. at 6 p. x., William, son of Georgo Hoburg, aged 16 years 7 months. Funeral from the parents' residence. Natchez street, Mt. Washington, Thirty-second ward, on Sunday at 2 r. sl Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 JONES On Friday afternoon, March 28. 1890, at 2 o'clock, Maggie McDonald Jones, in her 4Sd year. Funeral will take place from the residence; of her mother. Mrs. Emily S. McDonald, 232 Jack son street, Allecheny City, on Sunday after noon, March 30, at 3 o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 KIER On Thursday. March 27, 1S90, at 1125 A. M. Marguerite A., daughter of Adrew A. and Annie B. Kier, aged 2 years, 4 months and 16 days. Funeral services at the residence of ber, parents, 4923 Hatfield street, on Sunday March 30, at 10 o'clock. Interment at a later hour. Friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend. LUTTON On Friday. March 23, 1S90. at 1130 A. m., of pneumonia, Paul Kennedy, son of H. Howard and Rebecca J. Lutton, aged 5 yeats 2 months. Funeral services at the residence of bis par ents, 223 Main street, on Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Interment private. MOORE At Altamont Springs. Fla., March 25, 1890, Frank Jr., only child of Frank ana Amelia M. Moore, aged 13 months. Funeral services at the parents' residence, Braddock avenue, E. E., at 10 A. M. Saturday the 29th. Interment private. 2 McCOY On Thursday morning, March 27, 1S90, Mary Isabella, daughter of William C. and Mary S. McCoy, aged 3 years, 3 months and 15 days. Funeral services at tho residence of her parents, 2915 Penn avenue, on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. 1 riends of the fam ily are respectfully invited to attend. McLANE On Friday. March 23, 1890. at 5:55 A. X.. James, Jr., son of James and Adelaide McLane, aged 20 years 7 months 11 days. Funeral from parents' residence, 5620 Rural avenue. East End, on Sunday, March 30. ISOO, at 2 p.m. Friends of tho family are respect fully invited to attend. Johnstown papers please copy, 2 NEELY On March 23, 1890, at 420 A. M., H. J. Stanley, only child ol H. E. and Sidle J. Neely, nee Skelley, aged 7 months and 21 dajs. Funeral service at 3 P. M. Saturday after noon from parents' residence, No. 140 Monte rey street, Allegheny. Interment private. NOLIND On the 21st day of March, at Wa verlv. Pike county, O., Edna Nolind, daugh ter ol J. w. ana Xiyaia jnoiiuu. O'CONNELL On Thursday morning, March 27, 1890. at 430. David O'Connell, aged 35 years, 6 months. Funeral from his late residence, Jones ave nue. Tnelfth ward, on Saturday after noon at 2 o'clock. Friends of tbe family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 SCHAFER On Thursday. March 27, at7:S0 p. M., George Schafer. Sr., aced 53 years. Funeral from his lato residence, No. 1114 Car son street. Southside, on Sunday, March 30, at 2 P. it. Friends of the family are respectful ly invited to attend. JAMES ARCHIBALD BRO.. LIVERY AND SALE STABLES, H7. U9 and 13G Third avenue, two doors below Smithheld St., next door to Central Hotel. Carnages for funerals,$3. Carriages for operas, parties, Ac, at the lowest rates. All new car riages. Telephone communication. myl-11-TTS GEO. A. SMITH, FUNERAL DIRECTOR, 166 Fourth Avenue, Allegheny Office. 232 Beaver Avenue. v iel&85-TTS -pEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURa IN 1SCI ASSET . $9.071,69633. Insurance Co. of North America. Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. u20-s2-D WESTERN INSVB.ji.NCE CO. OF PITTSBURG. Assets J44S.50187 NO. 411 WOOD STREET. ALEXANDER NIMICK, President. JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President. fe22-26-TTS WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary. On or about APRIL 1 THE DISPATCH BUSINESS OFFICE WILL BE REMOVED TO CORNER SMITHFIELD AND DIAMOND STS. mh9-117 MANUFACTURERS AND MERCHANTS INS. CO., 417 Wood St., Pittsburg. Pa. Capital. FKO.OOOOO Assets. January 1, 189a 370,244 70 Directors Charles W. Batchelor, President; John W. ChaUant, .Vice President: A. E. W. Painter. Robert Lea, M W. Watson, John Wil son, Joseph Walton, Win. G. Park, A. M. Bv ers, James J. Donnel, George E. Fainter, John Thompson. Wm. T. Adair, Secretary; James Little, Assistant Secretary; August Ammon, General Acent, .ja22-32-anvs NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. OFFICE FURNITURE. -k- ROLL TOP DESKS, FLAT TOP DESKS, STANDING DESKS. SHIPPERS' DESKS, OFFICE TABLES, DIRECTORS' TABLES, REVOLVING BOOKCASES, ROTARY AND ARM CHAIRS. We carry the largest stock in this city of Office Desks, Office Furniture and Office Carpets. The Indianapolis Cabinet Co.'s Office Desks (for which we are sole agents) combine their best possible cabinet work, best mechanical appliances and finest finsh. at almost the prices of inferior desks. Their superiority and cheap ness have developed a large exportation of them to Eu rope. They have been adopt ed by the United States Gov ernment as the standard desk for use in government 'offices. Keep in mind that our prices for them are al most as low as those of in ferior desks now in the mar ket We have sold hundredsjof them, but strangely enough, we have yet to receive the first complaint from split or checked writing tables or panel-work, or defective mech anism, commonly met with in office desks. They are guar anteed to stand the test of any climate. For further de tails, send or call for our new Desk Circular, just issued. 0. McCLINTOCK & CO., 33 FIFTH AVE. mh24-10S-TTS EASTER MILLINERY OPENING Will Take Place This WeeK. ON THUKSDAY 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 fashions 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 openings, 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. mh25-r T HE AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. Philadelphia. Total Assets, January 1, 1887 S2.301.85S 66 EDWARDS &KENNEY, Ag'ts, Q9 FOURTH AVE., Pittsburg, Fa. S Telephone 760. ja23-41-TTS JAS. MISTEIL. & BPoO., BOILER PLATE AND 8HEET-IR0N WORK. PATENT BHEET HION ANNEALING BOXE& With an Increased capacity and hydranllo machinery we are prepared to furnish all work In onr line cheaper and better than by the old methods. Repairing and general machine work. Twenty-ninth sti eet and Allegheny Val. lev Railroad. lel18-TT3 DESKS. ALL KINDS AT STEVENS CHAIR COMPANY, 3 SIXTH STREET. foll-K-TTS rrrTi I p AJU ?'c- full LL U gum. Elegant sets, fine I I r III. fillings a specialty. Vitalized I I I I aircSc. ilK. FHILL1FS, 800 Fenn ave., makes or repairs sets while yon Walt Open Sundays. mh23-143 EASTER fill. iiisii lilffcsrWllllllllt I grsg I cf J If .SI NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. QANZIGER' 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 51 each. Your choice of any of them nt 25 cents each, to-day and to-morrow only (Friday and Saturday). Come in the morn ins d avoid the great crowd. Still more on sale of those long Lace Cur tains that did such big trade fur us last week. Come early if you 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 long Lace Curtains at 74 cents a pair; worth $1 23. 96 pairs of long Lace Curtains at 99 cents a pair; worth 51 50. 89 pairs of long Lace Curtains at $1 24 a pair; worth ?2. 150 pairs of long Lace Curtains at 51 49; worth 52 25 a pair. 500 pairs of long Lace Curtains at 51 74, 51 99, 52 24, 52 49; worth double. It's plain to every observer we are head quarters for Lace Curtains, Portieres, Draperies, White Goods, Table Linen, Nap kins, Towels, etc., etc. More of those 25-cent Window Shades on sale to-day. Also bargain prices on Stamped and Plain Linen Bureau Scarfs, Chiffonier Covers, Bonffe Covers, Stand and Tray Covers. Fancy Towels, with Linen and Colored Embroidery, for Washstand Covers and Splashers. NOTE Prices are for Friday and Satur day only. SPECIAL See our elegant display of Easter Novelties in Bric-a-Brao Depart ment, main floor. DANZIGER'S, Sixth St. and Penn Ave,, Pittsburg, Pa. mh2S 1819 ESTABLISHED 1819 THE OLD STATEN ISLAND DYEING ESTABLISHMENT, 610 PENN AVENUE. Principal office, 93 JJnane street, New York. Dry cleaning a specialty; garments cleaned without ripping; goods sent to New York daily. Goods called for and delivered. mh-84-TTS.9,28 STEAMERS AND EXCURSION!!, HAMBTJKG-AMEP.ICAN PACKET CO. EXPRESS SBRV1CK between New York, Southampton and Hamburg by tbe magnificent new twin-screw steamers of 10,000 tons and 12,500 to 16,000 horse-power. This Line holds the record for fastest trips to and from South ampton and the Continent. Actual ocean voy age only Six Days. Steamers 'unexcelled for idfety, speed and comfort. Through tickets to London and Paris. Apply to Hamburg-American I General Passenger Ag'tt. Packet Co.,37 Broad- C. B. RICHARD & CO., way. N. Y. 61 Broadway, New York: J.J.McCORMICIC,6o9 Smithtield St., Pittsburg. mh8-9S-TTS AMERICAN LINE, Sailing every Wednesday from Philadelphia and Liverpool. Passenger accommodations lor all classes unsurpassed. Tickets sold to and from Great Britain and Ireland, Norway, Swe den, Denmark, etc PETER WRIGHT &. BON8, General agents. 305 Walnut St.. Philadelnhla. Full information can be had of J. J. MCCOR MICK, Fourth avenne and Smlthfield street. LOUIS MOESER, 616 Smlthfield street. mh8-H-TTS Vy U1TK ST AK L.1JS tr- KO QUEENSTOWN AND MYEKFOOU Hoyal Ed United States Hall Steamers. .Majestic, Api. 16, 3 p m Germanic, Apl2J,S.30pm Majestic. Jlay 14. 2 p m Germanic. May 21.7:3uam vl eutonlc .May28. 12: iOprn Britannic, June 4,6:30 am 'leuiomc -Api. du. it i& Britannic, Jay7,7:30a in From White Star dock. loot of Went Tenth at. Second cabin on these steamers. Saloon rates, $50 and upward. Second cahln. $35 and upward, according to steamer and location orbertn. Ex cursion tickets on favorable terms. Steerage, fa. Vi hlte Star drafts payable on demand In all the principal banks throuEhoat Great Britain. Ap ply to JOHN J. MCCOUM1CK, CM and 401 Smltli Ileld St.. 1'lttsburir, or J. UKliCE 1SMAX, Gen eral Agent, 41 Broadway, Newport. fe!2-D STATE LINE To Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin and Liverpool. FROM NEW YORK EVERY THURSDAY. Cabin passage tSi to 130. according to locatloa ol state-oom. Excursion (65 to (90. bteerafce to and from Europe at Lowest Bates, "State of California" building. AUS1IN BALDWIN & CO., ueneral Agents, 53 Broadway, NewYorfc. j. j. Mccormick. Agent. 59 and 401 Smithfiold St., Pittsburg. Pa. mnll-80-D E ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS, xne only uirecc line From GLASGOW, LONDONDERRY and GALWAY To PHILADELPHIA. Passenger accommodations unexcelled. Prepaid Intermediate. $30. Steerage, $19. Passengers by this route are saved the ex- Eense and inconvenience attending transfer to iveroool or from New York. J. J. MCCOR MICK. 401 and 639 Smlthfield St.. A. D. SCORER & SON. 415 Sniithneld St. Pittsburg. mh8-99-TTS SORDDEUTSCHER LLOYD S. K f-'U. Established 1857. Fast Line nt Express imers from NEW YORK for SOUTHAMP TON, LONDON and BREMEN. The Bne steamers 8AALE. TRAVE, ALLER, EIDER, EMS, FULDA, WERRA, ELBE and LAHN of 6,500 tons and 6,000 to 8,600 horsepower, leaves NEW YORK on WEDNESDAYS and SAT URDAYS for SOUTHAMPTON and Bremen. TIME From NEW YORK to SOUTHAMP TON, 7K days. From SOUTHAMPTON to BREMEN. 21 orSO hours. From SOUTHAMP TON to LONDON, by Southwestern Railway Co., 2 hours. Trains every hour of the sum mer season. Railway carriages fr London await passengers Southampton Docks on arri val Express steamers from New York. These steamers are well-known for their speed, com fort, and excellent cuisine. OELRICHB 4 CO., 2 Bowling Green, Nen York. MAXSCHAMBERGACO.. 527 Smithfield street, iallMZ-D Agents for Pittsburg. NEW ADv-EimSEMENTS. B.&B. DressGoods A choice lot of 40-INCH Check : Suitings 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, J5i, $i 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, $i and $1 25; the 50c quality is 40 inches widej 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 Nearing the End. This is the last week of our 20 Per Cent Discount Sale, and thousands 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 untoyched. 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 Nonebutthe most reliable goods. Third 20 Per Cent Dis count on your purchases, large or small. Everything on the one basis. Made to Measure or Ready-Made. We stoo selling at 20 Per Cent Discount next Saturday night at 10 o'clock. Wanamaker & Brown Sixtb street and Penn avenue. mh23-D A BUNCH OF VIOLETSl Will be presented to each lady visitor nt our Violet Opening to-day and to-morrow. Many attractions have been held in re serve, and our display to-morrow will surpass that of tbe previous days. Don't miss "a peep into our Millinery and Cloak Departments. Fleishman &Co, PITTSBURG, PA. Bb NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 'Tis now that nature's warblers Pour forth their sweetest lays, And strain their little throats till sore, In singing nature's praise. And other music fills the air, TIte organ's cracked refrain, Imported fresh from Italy Is once more heard again. While with the other music Tlie wheel of business hums, And with the speed of Mercury The paper-hanger comes. Tlie painter, too, gets in his toork, This is his busy day Let other folk take notice And keep out of his way. The whitewash artist,too's abroad WJ10, for a recompense, Will mix his finest lily white And polish your back fence. jftyj1-" The baseball crank once more abounds, Wlio's ready to bet that Fittsburg 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 sximmer Haunts. JmWh thlV Yin -7 Tne. r" For reader, it is Spring t NEW ADVERTISEMENT. s -ARE ALL REVIVING! VERDANT GLADNESS CLOTHES EACH SPRAY! -AMD- ONCE MORE GUSKY'S Blossom Forth WITH TEE LARGEST! THE RAREST! THE CHOICEST! THE FINEST! -OP- EASTER NOVELTIES! -IJT- 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. OUR FINE SPRING SUITS 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 Chqviots, 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! Kilt Suits in Endless Variety I Dress Suits at Prices to Astonish You I 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! Are also a leading feature thi3 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. -CALL EARLY THE COM ING WEEK AND SECURE PRIOR CHOICE. GUSKY'S, 300 to 400 Market St - DELIGHTS A tBttu-rxsBV I 3 ,