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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, .TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1890.
i A EESPITE OEDERED. Smith, the Colored Murderer, Given One More Chance for His Life. FODE WHO WILL DANG HEIT WEEK. Hungarians Arrested for Assaulting Train men at Connellsville, A'EWSI XOTES FROM THREE STATES :FPECIAI. TELEGItAlI TO TUB rjISTATCIM Haekisbukg, March 3L Of the seven murderers whose execution was fixed for the 9th of April next, James U.Jacobs, of Lan caster, who murdered a relative, has had his death penalty commuted to imprisonment for life, and William H. Smith, colored, of Allegheny, who, while drunk, killed his wife, and John W. Rudy, of Lancaster, who murdered his fath.r, were to-day respited until the 2Gth of June, to enable their cases to receive further consideration at the hands of the Board of Pardons. At the next meet ing or that body, on the third Tnesday of April, efforts will be resumed in the interest of the commutation of Smith and Rudy. The former, it is alleged, had great provocation to get rid of his disreputable ife, and the latter is supposed by his counsel to be innocent of the crime of which he as convicted. The murderers to be hanged on April 9 are William H.Bartnolomcw,of Northampton coun ty, uno, in conspiracy -i tu Mrs. Aaron Dillard, shot her husband while the latter held up his lantern with which to detect a supposed chick en thief; Charles Carter, of Cambria county, who murdered a man through jealousy in a hnnsn of ill.rpnntpr Zieh Tarlor. of Greene county, who assisted in the killinc of Drover "William McCausland. and Alfred Andrews, of Center county, who murdered Miss Trice. ill.MSTEKS QUARREL. One rnntor Rcfnacs to AIIott Another to Deliver FnitcrnI Services. IFrECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISFATCn.l Ho-tisodok, March 31. On Saturday Clara, aped 12 years, the only child of Colonel H. L Harris, of this place, died suddenly. She was a universal favorite, and the pet and almost constant companion of her pastor, ltev. J. C. Musser. of the Reformed Church. It was her djing request that he should officiate at her obsequies. The interment took place to-day at Jlarklevsburg. but as the funeral cortege was entering the church the resident pastor, Rev. H. F. Lone, accosted the Rev.Mr. Musser at the threshold and dramatically forbade him to engage in the services, either at the church or at the grave, adding that if any sermon was to be preached he would deliver it. At this the indignation of the assembled mourners and friends became unbounded, and the greatest excitement prevailed. The mem bers of the church consistory, realizing the threatened disgrace, expostulated, but without avail, and a truce as established by calling in Rev. C. H. Reiter, superannuated minister, who conducted the services unmolested. The church consistory to-morrow will inquire into the strange behavior of the Rev. Mr. Long. ACCUSED OF MURDER. A Swede Charted Willi the Denth of a. Girl in Limn. rsrsciAX. telxgbau to the dispatch. Lima, March 3L Last week Lizzie Johns, a young girl who had been an inmate of Florence Stevens' house, died in such a manner as to lead to the belief that she was murdered. The Coroner's inqnest developed that such was the fact. William Murray, a machinist of Cincinnati, was arrested, charged with the murderous assault upon the girl, but at the trial he was proven innocent. The officers arrested a man named Wise, wno was held until this morning, being released after the arrest of Frank Krontz. a Swede, who has been fully identified as the guilty party by the Stevens woman. Krontz admits being in the house, but denies the assault. lie was taken before Justice Han- thorn for trial, but by request of his counsel the case was put off until Friday, ana Krontz was locked up in the county jaiL Nothing can be learned cf his antecedents, lie only speaks broken English. CLAIM SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES. Connennt Peoplo Clamoring for the Fro posed hlp Cnnnl. rsrxciAi. telegbam to tub msrATcn.1 Meadvuxe, March 3L The town of Con neaut, ) claims superior advantages over Erio as a starting point for the proposed Ohio and Lake Erie ship canal, and nowhas an engineer ing corps survcyin: the route from Conneaut harbor, on Lake Erie, to Conneaut Lake, the next important source of supply. The corps, with Engineer J. W. Goodwin, of Sbarpsville, Pa., in charge, reached Llnesville this evening, and will make Conneaut Lake to-morrow. Mr. Goodwin pronounces the route thus far one of the easiest he has ever surveyed. The town of Conneaut has an abiding faith in the practicability of the filip canal, and will work bard to have it start from that harbor. LOOKS LIKE A SETTLEMENT. The Iinckbone of the Cnrpenten' Striko nt Wheelinc Urolcen. rFFECIAL TELEOKAM TO THE DISIUTCn. I Wheeling. March 3L There is a feeling that the carpenters' strike is nearinganend and that in some way or other a settlement will be affected before many days. The firm of Beltz. Flading A Co. has notified their old employes that work will be resumed to-morrow and tlm those desiring their old places can have them by reporting at the mill at the usual hour for the beginning of work to morrow morning. The interpretation of this by the men is thatif they do not choosa to avail themselves of this opportunity their places will be hlled by others. GREAT OUTPUT OF COAL Jvcr 3,021 Tons Hoisted From a Mine In One Dnr. rsrrciAL telekham to the dispatch.! Mt.Pi.easaxt, Pa., March 3L The Journal, of this place, will say to-morrow that the great est output of coal from a mine in the history of the world was made nt the new Standard shaft last Friday. From 6 o'clock in the morning until the close of the day's work, 9 hours and 1U minutes, the wonderful footing of 1,239 G0 biiRhel wagons. Ti340 bushels, over 3.021 tons of coal had been hoisted from the mine. The previous record was 1 552 unp-nns in Tilni hours, made at the Nottingham anthracite shaft, near Wilkesuarre, this State. OBSTREPEROUS HUNGARIANS. A Companion Is Killed by the Cnr nnd They Allnck the Trainmen. rEFICIAI. TELEGUAMTO THE DISrATCH.1 Coxwei.LSVI1.le, March 3L A Hungarian coke worker named John Micklos was struck on the Peraicky road, near Fort Hill Coke Works, this morning, and was instantly killed. The Hun's companions, furious at their coun tryman's death, attacked the trainmen with stones and clubs. The action was observed by some American workmen, who aided tbo rail roaders in driving off the bcligerent foreigners. The rioters were arrested and jailed this even ing. TAKEN A NEW TURN. WnihlDcton Hod Cnrrirrs Demand nn In- crenso of Pny. rfPECIAl. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCIt.l Washington, March 31. The eicht-honr movement has taken a new turn with the hod carriers and mason tenders of Washing... connty. Instead ol demanding shorter hours a compromise has been made in a united re quest for increased wages, and they demand nine hours for a day's work at $2 per day. The demand has been made under orders of Hod Carriers' Union No. 1, and is advertised in every aally paper in this place as taking effect April L STRUCK BY A BOULDER. One Lee Cat Off" nnd ilie Other Mangled to a Palp. ISFECIAL TELEGEAJC TO THE DISPATCH.' Conkkllsville, March 3L Rufus War field, a cutter at Joyce's bluestone quarry, beard a rushing noise while at work to-day. He looked up in time to be knocked down by a hnge boulder, which fell from the bluff above. The stone struck him on the lower limbs. One leg was severed completely from the body and the other mangled to a pulp. The injuries are fatal. Warfield's home is at Maryattsville. Md. The Lowry Hoase Sold. rSPECIAX. TXLXOBAX TO THE EISPATCn.l Butmb, Pa., March 3L The JLowry House, the principal hotel at this place, was sold at privato sale to-day by Colonel A. Lowrvto Howard Thompson and John D.Brown, ine consideration is understood to have been about 535,000. False Knmor In Kcenrd to a Brewery. IFrECIAL TKLEOBAM TO THE DISPATCH.! Union-tow?.-. March 31. The report sent out a few dajs ago that Samuel McKee and Joseph Wolf of Kraddock, would build a brewery at Hopwood. is false. Mr. McKee will build a dairy, but no brewery will be erected. Tri-Stnio Brevities. Rev. F. Benedict, a retired Lutheran min ister, died last evening at Bedford. -The third test well at Scottdale is down 1,900 Feet with only a slight flow of gas. It may be abandoned. Rev. Sheridan Baker died at Coshocton, O., on Sunday. He was a member of the East ern Ohio Conference. W. F. LATimor, a prominent young broker of Carbondale, has disappeared, and it is feared he has become insane. The first conference of the A. M. E. Church of the McKeesport district closed last night after three very succcesstul sessions. The Ohio Turner Convention, which has been in session at Lima, closed with a banquet last night. Sandusky was chosen as the next place ot meeting. The employes of the Baltimore and Ohio at Newark have presented Supervisor Vadikin with a gold watch and chain, prior to his leav ing for home in Pataskali. Tns Brumfield-Runyon feud in Lincoln county, W. Va., which has cost six lives, is now being tought out in tbo courts. Both sides are attending the trial of the case fully armed, and a conflict in court is not improbable. A YOEif a girl was found by the police of Wheeling wandering on the streets with a 4-wceks'-old baby In her arms. She tells a pitiable story of deception, cruelly and deser tion. She claims that her parents live in New York City. JohnPfleiger was yesterday held by the Coroner of Johnstown for manslaughter, for causing the death of James O'Connor. Tbo latter started a row in a boarding house and the former, it is said, shot O'Connor in self-defense. UNANIMOUSLY CARRIED. Stockholders Tote for the Lease of the West Virginia nnd Pittsbnrg. Baitimoke, March 3L There was a general meeting to-day of the stockholders of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Com pany to vote upon the lease and contract of the West Virginia and Pittsburg Railroad Company. The contract is dated December 3L 1889, the lease dated February 7, 1890, and the mortgage dated February 7, 1890, from the West Virginia and Pittsburg Bail road Company to the Mercantile Trust and Deposit Company, of Baltimore, trustee. Each resolution was unanimously carried, the vote being nearly 122,000 shares in favor. The stock of the city of Baltimore was voted in favor of the resolutions. JORDAN STEPS DOWN AND OUT. The rx-Unlted States Treasurer Roilcns ns President of a Bank. New York, March 31. Conrad N. Jor dan, President of the Western National Bank, resigued from office soon after the close of business to-day, and also gave up his position ns one of the directors of the institution. Bray ton Ives was elected to succeed him, both as director and Presi dent. Mr. Charles J. Canda also resigned the office of Vice President. Nothing was known on the street of the contemplated action until it was announced. There has been, it is said, no friction whatever in bringing about the change, and at to-day's meeting perfect harmony prevailed. How about the prudence of allowing a cough to run on, rasping the pulmonary and bronchial organs, when that approved and speedy remedy, Dr. D. Jayne's Ex pectorant, can be obtained from any apothe cary. Cabinet photos SI per dozen, prompt de livery. Crayons, etc , at low prices. Lies' Gallery, ttsu 10 and 12 Sixth st Ladies' Jackets A choice line of the latest London shapes in all the most popu lar fabrics. Htjgtjs & Hacke. ttssu Enslcr Blilllnery Opening;. New shapes. New trimmings. Moder ate prices. E. S.'Giles, 94 and 96 Federal street, Allegheny. Will Pbice studies to please his cus tomers, hence his great success in business. See his Easter neckwear. 47 Sixth st. Onr Grand Millinery Opening To-Day. A thousand hats, bonnets and toques; the grandest display ever made in these cities. Jos. Hobne & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. New all-wool ingrain carpets only GOe a yard at Arthur, Schondelmyer & Co.'s, 68 and 70 Ohio St., AH'y. " tts Easter Millinery Opening;, New shapes. New trimmings. Moderate prices. E. S. Giles, 94 and 96 Federal street, Allegheny. Towels 200 nor. huck towels, pure linen, at 12Jc each, worth 20c. txssu Hugus & Hacke. Opening To-Day. Ribbons and feathers. Bibbons and feathers. Jos. Hokje & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. PHDTECTED.IHOOSTRY TV' y-w .-:. ?v "JfoQrr. Oome in ont of the snow. Ton11et yonr duth of cold from wet feet. Children. Mother, onr shoes can't cet wet; yon forget that we have Wolff'sACMEBIacking on them, and water cant so through. Oil PI nTH'sSreexpensrreand wear out, trat a UlLbLUins floor Ji, can be WMhed clean without the labor of scrubbhyr is each luxury. We will tell yon how an outlay of 81.00 mil obtain it, and still the floor won't look paintod. Use A PAINT THAT Vtlt Ty7. Cam mrr Tuitou.M WOLFF & RANDOLPH, Philadelphia. aA in Drug, Faint and Benin Furnishing Storey mh21-TTSSU BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA. 150 CUPS FOR $L CHOICEST, PUREST. BEST. je24-MTTF TRY IT. K THE CRFAT stmm icu rjcrsstrnv BeecEiam's Pills I For Bilious and Nervous Disorders. "Worth a Guinea a Box "but sold for 25 cents, BY ALL DRPGCIST8. gK-OLM ainrrlace Licenses Granted Yesterday. Ksmtu Residence. 5 Arthur 3. Gray Lower St. Clair township J Janet Itodger I'enman. Lower St. Clair township (Thomas F. Nicholson Allegheny Nannie 16. Kay. Allegheny 5 William Casfldy Pittsburg I itargaretMcKee 1'ltUtmrg (John Kristenson McKeesport Mary l'ersson McKeesport 5 John W. Klckard Versa'lles township ( Kosa It. Morrison Versailles township (John Haslboeck Pittsburg JKunigundallandlos l'ittsburjr ( Frederick bt. Clair Porch Allegheny J Georgia A. Cooper Allegheny (Isaac O. Wvcoff. Kllzabeth ) CallleB. Culp Elizabeth ( William Wilson Allegheny i Agnes Stewart Allegheny 5 George W. Hatcher Homestead i Maggie Maloy Homestead (Thomas li. Sklpp Pittsburg (Annie M. Davis Pittsburg Philip Sheehan Pittsburg 5 Catherine Cain Pittsburg ( William M. Sprague Pittsburg JXannle A. Sprague. Pittsburg William H. Hamilton Pittsburg t May Dougherty. Pittsburg REAL ESTATE SAVINGS BANK, LIIIL, 401 Smltudeld Street, cor. Fourth Avenue. Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $50,000. Deposits of $1 and upward received and interest allowed at 4 per cent. its Spring la Coming. Place your orders for trees, shrubs, etc., now. Do ynn ask where? "We believe you can do as well at our place as any place in this country, and we request you to try us. The B. A. Elliott Co., ttsu No. 54 Sixth st., Pittsburg. Cabinet photos $1 00 a dozen, a life-size crayon 53 CO, at Sonnenberg's Society Gal lery, No. 35 Fifth ove., Pittsburg. En. trance per elevator. Branch gallery, B2 Federal st., Allegheny. Photographs. Hendricks & Co., Photographers, No. C8 Federal st, Allegheny, give one dozen good photographs lor SI. Examine their work. This Is the Day!!! Our grand opening of Paris, London, New York and Pittsburg millinery. The grandest display ever made in these cities. Jos. Horne & Co.'s, Penn Avenue Stores. - The charm of beauty is beautiful hair. Se cure It with Parker's Hair Balsam. Pahkek's Ginger Tonic cures inward pains. Thlils the Day!!! Our grand opening of Paris, London, New York and Pittsburg millinery. The grandest display ever made in these cities. Jos. Horne & Co.'s, Penn Avenue Stores. 1S3S. 1890. "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 & Soir, 158 First Avenue. 120 Water Street. DIED. ANDREWS On Sunday morning, March SO, at 8 o'clock. William Andrews, in the 81th year of bis age. Funeral on Tuesday, April 1, at 1 o'clock, from his late residence, Robinson township. 2 BROWN On Sunday, March 30. 1690, James A. Bkown. Funeral services at his late residence. No, 163 Arlington avenue, Pittsburg, S. 8., on Tues day, April 1, 1S90, at 2 o'clock. Interment pri vate. CAVANAUGH On Sunday. March 30, 1890, at 5 f. Ji.. John, son of Andrew and Julia Cavanaugb, aged 2 years 2 months. Funeral from parents' residence, Sherman street, between Forty-fourth and Forty-fifth streets, Tuesday, at 3 p.m. Friends. of the family are respectfully invited to attend. FREKER On Monday. March 31, at 1:15 A. li.. Elizabeth M. Freker, relic of the lata John M. Freker, in her GGth year. Funeral from her late residence, 10 Enoch street, on Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock. 2 GRAHAM Suddenly, on Sunday, March 30, 1S90, James B. Graham, in his 29th year. Fnneral services at his late residence, Ameri cas street, Gleuwood station, B. & O. R. R., on Wednesday, April 2, on the arrival of train leaving B. t O. depot at 1 o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. . REED On Monday, March 31. at 2:10 P. M., Wilba Irene, youncest daughter of James L. and Sarah Reed, aged 22 mouths. We saw not the angels wbo met her there; The gates of the city we could not see. Over the river, over the river. My darling stands waiting to welcome me. Funeral services from the residonce of her parents, Ml Taggart street, Allegheny, on Wednesday at 2 p. M. Interment private. 2 STAIGER On Monday.March 31.at 11 o'clock a. m.. William II., son of William J. and Susan Staiger, aged G years, 6 months and 7 days. Funeral services Wednesday, April 2, at 2 o'clock P. M., at the residence of his parents, 235 Ohio street, Allegheny. Interment private. 2 SCHNIDER On Monday, March 31, 1S90, at 4 a. m CATnBRlNA, mother of Lieutenant George Scbnider, in the 73d year of her age. Funeral takes place from theresldenco of her son. George Schnider. Taylor street. Sixteenth ward, Tuesday, April 1, at 3 p. m. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. SCOTT On Sunday morning. March 30, 1S90, Lucy F., daughter of John F. and Ida Kenney Scott, in the 8th year of her age. Services at the family residence, Winebiddle avenue, Tuesday, April 1, at 3 o'clock p. m. Interment private. Please omit flowers. 2 JAMES ARCHIBALD & MO., LIVERY AND SALE STABLES, 117. 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below Smithtield st, next door to Central Hotel. Carriages for funerals,E3. Carriages for opera', parties, it, at the lowest rates. All new car nages. Telephone communication. myl-11-TTS GEO. A. SMITH, FUNERAL DIRECTOR, 16fi Fourth Avenue. Allegheny Office, 232 Beaver Avenue. fel85-TTS TEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURU IN 1SCI ASSETS . S9J071,G9B35. Insurance Co. of North America. Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L JONES. 81 Fourth avenue. ii20-sS-D WESTERN INSURANCE CO. OF PITTSBURG. Assets 18,50187 NO. 411 WOOD STREET. ALEXANDER NIMICK. President. JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President. fe22-2G-TTS WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary. EASTER MILLINERY OPESING French Pattern Bonnets, Hats, Mourning Millinery. Wednesday and Thursday, APBIL 2 AND 3, -AT- O'REILLY'S, 407 Market Street. ALL ABE INVITED. mh2341.23,30.31,apl TEETH, $5, $8, $10. Gold fillings from tl nn. Amalgam 50c; eilver, 75c; white aUoy, JL Qold Crowns specialty. DR. 3. M. MCCLABEN, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. OFFICE FURNITURE. 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 orices for them are al most as low as those of in ferior desks now in the mar ket We have sold hundreds Tof 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. McCOTTOCK & CO., 33 FIFTH AVE. mh21-108-TTS THE AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, Philadelphia. Total Assets, January 1, 1SS7 J2,S01,S8 6S EDWARDS & KENNEY, Ag'ts, QO FOURTH AVE., Pittsburg, Fa. Telenhone 76a ja23-41-TTS jgii The Leading and Largest Millinery House -IN- WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA: DAN EASTER MILLINERY OPENING WILL TAKE PLACE ON WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 3 AND 4. Dreams of beauty in Bonnets, which could only be conceived in the brains of our artistic modistes; also, exquisite Hats and Toques, all de signed EXCLUSIVELY in our own work rooms, will be exhibited on this occasiok You are cordially invited to attend. Ladies who have been in the habit of buying their at the high-priced houses will be surprised: First, by our most complete, rich and elegant display of Millinery, Straw Hats and Bonnets (many exclusive styles), and our grand assortment of Misses' and Children's Millinery. Rich and exclusive designs in fine French Flowers, novelties in Ribbons, etc., etc. Second, by the amount of money we save you by our FAMOUS LOW PRICES and no charge for trimming. Ladies, it costs you NOTHING to PROVE all this, so come, look around and compare prices. This is our way of making new customers, and ac counts for the success we now enjoy. DANZIGER'S, THE MONEY-SAVING STORES FOR THE PEOPLE, SIXTH ST. AND PENN NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. EASTER MILLINERY! Notwithstanding the fact that we disposed of a great many of our pattern Bonnets and Hats, we will be ready every day this week with our VERY BEST STYLES LADIES' AND MESSES' TRIMMED BONNETS and HATS. Let us have your order as early in the week as possible. HORNE & WARD, 41 FIFTH A VENUE. mnSl-TJ MerchantTailoring for Spring. Is Wanamaker going to give up the ready-made? Not at all. Though you have known us for having the best of the latter, we have always done merchant tailoring of the highest character. " We have never asked the high prices for it that have stuck, like blue mud, to mer chant tailoring from Atlantic to Pacific. We had good reasons. (i) We :: sell :: for :: cash. You're not saddled with the losses from anybody's debts or delays in paying. (2) Within sight of our fin est goods for tailoring was our ready-made peculiarly good and low in price. It's too close competition to per mit high prices. As for our facilities the very genius of making our clothing requires every day the best talent we can get. Try it. Better workmanship isn't to be got. You'll save a third of your money by it. We're ready. Wanamaker & Brown Sixth street and Fenn avenue, 1,000 styles to select fron. apl-D TrrTI I W. V A3D SIC. FUI LL I U cum, Elegant sets. Pi I I I I M. fl'llngs a specialty. Vltallz t-1 " air 5Uc. UK. I'HILiUI-S, I FULL Fine Vitalized 800 Fenn aTe.. makes or renairs Bets while von wait. Onen Sunday.'. mh23-M3 ZIGEFTS, AYE., PITTSBURG. PA. tnhSi-irruw NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. B.&B Would you buy one pair or a dozen pairs of UAC CURTAINS To beautify your home if some splendid and rare bargains were offered you? OUR CURTAIN DEPARTMENT Is to-day in just the proper position to offer you exceptional and very favorable inducements in the way of choice new patterns of our own importation. As to the matter of prices, we are confident enough, in our position, to assert that it is unassailable, and critical cornparison will determine this point in our favor. TO-DAY 2,000 PAIRS NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS, Taped all around, 3 yards long, 36 inches wide, at 60c, 80c, 85c, J5i, $1 25, $1 50, $2 per pair. Low prices these, and much lower than the qualities, as the goods are made in a serviceable manner. 1,000 more pairs 'Nottinghams, $2 5, $3 3.50 $5 S6, 28; finer qualities, 3 and 4 yards long, 50 to 60 inches wide. 1,000 pairs Irish Pointe Curtains at $4, $5, $6 to $30 per pair; ex quisitely handsome goods; the best ever shown for a like outlay of money. New Tamboured Curtains at $4 5i $5. $6i $10 t0 $25- New Cluney Lace Curtains, 3 75, $5, $6, $8, $10, 12. New Antique Lace Curtains, $3 75. $4, $5 $6 25- New Brussels Curtains, $12 50, 15, $18 to $30. New Guipure Curtains, 3 50, $4 50, $5, $6, $8, 10 per pair. New Swiss Curtains, $2, $2 50, $3 $4t $5 $6. POETIERBS. Elaborate stock of Plain Chenile Portieres, with fringes top and bottom, $$ per pair. Chenile Portieres, with rich and elegant dados, $6, 7 56, 10, 12, 15, 25 per pair. 1 Silk and Madras Curtains in largest and finest assortments. Almost all of this extensive Cur tain stock is our own direct im portation. The patterns are all new and will not be found every where, and all profits of middle men and importers are saved to our customers. Further,this curtain business here is done on our well-known small dry goods profit, and not on the basis on which curtains are usually handled. We ask that you to shop around, compare patterns and qualities,note down the prices, and if we do not offer more favorable inducements for you to buy your Curtains here than are to be found elsewhere, then we will not merit or ask for your patronage. Boggs&Buhl, Allegheny. mbSl-73 Easter Cards and Novelties, Millinery, Cloaks and Wraps, Infants' Outfits, Art Embroidery, Gloves, Hosiery and Underwear, Parasols, Laces and Embroideries, - Dress Trimraintri, Ladies' and Children's Handkerchiefs, Gentlemen's and Boys' Furnishing Goods, and last, but by no means least, Housefurnishing Goods, which include Glass and Chinaware, Cutlery, Silverware, Kitchen Utensils, etc. BABY CARRIAGES. Fleishman &Co, . PITTSBURG, PA. apl JAS. MNEIL & BRO., BOILEllS, PLATE AND SHEET-IKON WORK. PATENT SHEET IRON ANNKALINa BOXES. With an Increased capacity and hyilraullo machinery we are prepared to furnish all work in our line cheaper and better than by the old methods. Repairing and general machine work. Twenty-niath iticet and Allegheny Val ley Railroad. ieS-18-xn EASTER ATTRACTIONS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. HOW ARE YOU PREPARED GIYE WELCOME TO EASTEB ? There's No Room for Excuse, No Reason for Apolo gies, While C HUSKY'S Are Offering Such 101 PENDODS EASTER During the Present Week in the T SUPERB SP1G CLOTi I IDST TI NOBBY HATS AND FURNISHINGS -AND hiitiest Footwear Known io Society, We seek patronage on the score of merit alone, and ab solutely guarantee to sell better qualities of goods in every department of our vast establishment than the prices you pay to us would command in any other house in the State. Goods better in make, better in fit, better in quality, at a less price than inferior goods can be bought elsewhere. Men's Spring Suits and Overcoats You will never see a handsomer or better stock of Spring Clothing than we are this season displaying. IF YOU WANT A SPRING SUIT You can save anywhere from $2 to $5 by selecting one from our new, beautiful and stylish stock. We have the advantage of an immense variety here, found nowhere else and our prices and qualities both talk convincingly. Our Boys' and Children's Clothing Is the subject of universal comment on our streets. You rarely meet a well-dressed youth but his clothing bears the proverbial imprint of perfection so characteristic of Gusky's clothing. The prices are right, the styles correct, and that's what sells them. Parents should come and see what they can save before investing in CONFIRMATION SUITS Which we are showing in all the most popular materials, and cuts in the latest and most fashionable styles. CHARMING EASTER FURNISHINGS. Everyone, at this season, is looking for some new, novel and effective "fixings," Shirts, Neckwear, Hosiery, eta, and you can depend we have 'em. We aim to please everyone, for we have every style, every quality every price. Gentle men who are luxurious in their tastes will find with us all the latest fads and novelties to meet the tastes of the most fastidious. MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S HATS AND FOOTWEAR. There is an old saying that nothing marks a gentleman like a stylish hat and becoming footwear. There need be no excuse, therefore, if every man, boy and child in the two cities don't appear in the height of gentility, this Easter, after visiting our store. In BEAUTIFUL SPRING HATS our styles and remarkable low prices utterly astound everyone, while in the latest, most fashionable and tempting FOOT WEAR we are daily convincing patrons that we discount every other store in the city. G-TT S The Greatest Bargain Cltohiers in the State, 300 to 400 MARKET ST. JgpLovers of -interesting and humorous reading should mail their address to us, and we will regularly send to them a copy of Illustrated Monthly, the Easter number of which is now ready. -TO- &4444GQG4K&40K &KHi.5HCXieV m - HDE. 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