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4 J THE PITTSBtTRG DISPATCH, THURSDAY, APRHj 3, 18&0. DEATH INTHE MINE. A Kaked Lamp Causes a Fatal Ex plosion at Kanticote. THEEE KILLED AKD MAKX HDRT. Senator Brice Goes Home to Yole at the Local Election. ALL TEE KE1YS FEOM NEARBI TOWKS rFFECIAL TBLEOBAM TO TBI DISrATCII.1 AVilkesbakke, Pa., April 2. An ex plosion in Ho. 4 slope, at Nanticoke, oc cnrred about 9 o'clock this morning in the sixth pit of the west gangway. The slope is situated in the heart of the town. As soon as it was learned that a large number of men were in the mine, rescuing parties at once entered to ascertain the extent of the casualty. At noon the rescuers came out of the pit bearing all the bodies or the dead and injured. Tbe following is a correct list: Killed William A. James, miner, aged 3) English, leaves wife and one child; Jatses Adams, miner, aged 35, English, leaves wife and six children; John Zu borage, laborer, aged 38, Pole, single. Injured John J. Griffith, brattice man, Welsh, aged 24. fatally burned, wife and one child; Morgan Price, laborer, aged 36. Welsh, burned on hands and face seriously, wire and two children; Joseph Brnmski. laborer. Po lander. aged 35. single, dangerously injured: John Ruddick. miner, English, aged 33, slightly injured, wife and four children; Michael Bar nisky, laborer, Pole, aged 40, badly burned on face and hands, wife and three children; Geo. Almy. fire boiS, English, aged 42, slightly burned. As far as known tbe gas that had accumu lated in the slope at the tatal spot came from a blower at the side of the slope, and was ignited by John J. Griffith, the brattice man, who car ried a naked lamp. A number of other miners and laborers were injured bytho concussion, but their injuries are not serious enough to prevent them from returning to work to-morrow. The mine is not damaged to any great extent. 11INEES WANT AN ADTANCE. Tbe Operators Plead Poverty and n Strike Is Probable. HrECIAt. TELEGRAM TO THE DIEPATCn.t 1RWTN, April 2. The miners of the West moreland and Pennsylvania Gas Company's mines held a meeting to-day in the Opera House, to decide on the price to ast for mining coal for the year commencing April L The meeting was an exciting one and lasted all day, there being present over 1,200 men. They de cided to ask 75 cents per ton, 15 cents of an ad vance over the rate now paid. Two delegates had been sent to each com pany, but they informed the delegates that at the present market price they could not give the advance, but if the men would work on at tbe old rate until the 1st of May. they would then give them whatever the market afforded. Tho miners would not listen to this, and the meet ing adjourned to meet Friday morning, the 4th inst There will be no work done until Baturday at the earliest. Some 3,000 miners and laborers are interested. THE HOXOU OF A TRAMP. He Informs on His Pnrtner and is Threatened With Death. rsrcriAt. telegram to the dispatch. Youkgstowjt. April 2. The police to-day placed William Eagan behind the bars to await the arrival of officers from Rochester, If. Y., where an indictment is pending against him for robbery and grand larceny. ' A year ago Eagan, with three others, held up an Englishman in Rochester and robbed bim of a larce amount of money and jewelry. While the otaers were arrested and sent up Eagan es caped, and has since been traveling under the name of James Casey. Two weeks ago Eagan fell in with 5. E. Bean, of Rochester, Pa., and tbe pair have been touring as tramps. Sears learned that a reward was offered for Eagan and informed tbe officers here. When Eacan was informed this afternoon that Sears had given him away he said he would serve his time and then hunt Sears up and murder him. THE .ICELT B0IS HOPEFUL. They Expect n Cotnnmtation of the Death Sentence to Life Imprisonment. SPECIAL telegram TO THE DISPATCH.! Ixdiaita, April 2. The Nicely brothers, convicted of the robbery and murder of Farmer Umberger, of Ligonier, who were brought to this place and placed in the county jail pending tbe erection of the new Somerset prison, ex press great hopes ot a decision in tbeir favor changing their sentence from death to im prisonment for life. They claim that they were unjustly convicted of tbe charge of murder, and lay tbe blame of their conviction on the persecution of the newspapers. The two young men are confined in separate cells, and are not ironed. The Pardon Board have rendered no decision in their case. THE CORPStJ HAD BEEN DISSECTED. Relatives of a Warren Sinn Receive a Scvcro Shock. rEPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE SISPATCH.I Warren, O.. March 2. While relatives were removing the body of John Campbell from tbe receiving vault at Northficld. it was discovered that the coffin had been broken open. Tbe mutilated remains, clad in ragged garments, were found to be in horrible condition, and they had evidently been on the dissecting table. The sexton claimed that a Dr. McConnell, of Xorthville, said he had an order signed by the Probate Judge for the body, and the unsus pecting official turned over the vault keys. The disectors hearing of the relatives' return, bad hastily jammed the body back in tbe coffin. LORD LEES' MISSION. He Is Getting Facts About tho Fireclay Bnsinrss for a liyndlcnte. rSPECIAX. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.! Steubenviixe. April Z Lord Lees, of Manchester, England, claims he is not here to close a deal with tbe sewer pipe mcn.but simply as an expert to ascertain the value of the plant as an investment, and he denies that any deal has been consummated. Ho has gone through the books of all firms engaged In the fireclay product, and bas exam ined titles, leases, etc but says he has author ity to go no farther. He is simply to make bis report and the syndicate accepts or refuses as it sees fit. P0PP WANTED A DRINK. (Then He Was Refused He Killed Saloon Keeper Gretber. tErXCIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.! Caston, April 2. A laborer here named Henry Popp stabbed Monti Grether to death this afternoon. Grether is a saloon keeper, and when Popp entered bis place to demand tbe drinks, he was refused and put out. Ho came back, however, and, drawing a knife, cut Grether's throat from ear to ear, severing the jugular vein. Grether died in half an hour, and his mur derer was arrested. OBJECTED TO THE WORKHOUSE. A Junk Denier Makes nn Appeal to Conrt Without Effect. ISrICIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.! YoCJtGSTOWS, April 2. Abraham Friedman, a well-known junk dealer in Cleveland and Pittsburg, ws to-day sentenced by Judge John Eton to tbe workhouse for 30 days and fined $100 and costs in all over $300 for receiving stolen property, knowing It to be stolen, Friedman claimed to be innocent and appealed to the Court to revoke the workhouse part ot the sentence, stating that he was willing to pay any fine. Tbe Court refused to change the sentence. A Rollins Mill Plnnt for Alabnmn. tSPECIAI. TELEOKAM TO THE DISPATCH.I YouNOSTOtnr, April 2. The Anniston (Ala.) Rolling Mill Company, through the manager, Robert Fraxier. this afternoon placed an order here with tbe Lloyd Booth Company for a 20 inch three high puddle mill, one three high 12 inch merchant mill and other necessary ma chinery for a complete rolling mill, to be erect ed at Anniston, Ala., within tbe next 90 days. A pcok-Kasr Id Jcannetlr. SPECIAL TELEORAM TO THE DISPATCH.! Jbankette, April 2. A man named Burns was arrested here this morning and charged with keeping a speakeasy on tbe lower end of 'Clay avenue. He gave bail for his appearance it court. BRICE GOES HOME TO TOTE. A Lively Conteat In Ilia District In tbe Con gressional Nomination. ErXCUX. TELEGRAM TO TUB DIBFATCIT. '. Lima. April 2. Hon. Calvin B. Brice. United States Senator-elect,arrived here last night, and has spent the day looking after his business interests. He will remain here several weeks, and said lost night tnat be should be here on election dav to vote. It is very likely that he will see to it that tbe proper delegates are selected on that day to represent Allen county in the Congressional convention. Tho city delegates will be chosen on election day. The primary election in all the wards will stir up a lively contest, inasmuch as the gerry mander has changed the counties in the district, and it is understood that Allen county has sev eral statesmen ho would like to represent the district in Congress, notwithstanding the fact that Fred Layton, of Anglaise. was promised tbe nomination. General A. V. Rice, it is also understood, is ouietlv working ud a boom which may land him in Congress. ... i ..-. . - - r caber, of Van Wert, also has a congressional bee in his bonnet, and is willing to be sacrf need. IN THE LIMA FIELD. A Report of Wells Completed nnd Abandoned Daring March. TSFECTAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.J Lima. O.. April 2. The Buckeye Pipe Line Company makes the following reports of oper ations in the Ohio oil field for tho month of March: Wells completed Lima district, 7; Findlay, 22; North Balto. 3S; St Mary's, 12; Gib sonburg. 8: Upper Sandusky, 2. Total. 19a Wells drilling March 31-Lima. H; Findlay, 7; North Balto, 40; St Mary's. 10: Gibsonbnrg, 11; Upper Sanduskv, 3. Total, 85. Rigs up and building March 31 Lima. 16; Findlay, 11; North Balto. 52; St Mary's, C; Gibsonburg, 22; Upper Sandusky, 0. Total, 107. Wells abandoned Lima, 1L Dry holes completed in March Lima, 1; Findlav, 1; North Balto. 1; St Mary's, 1; Gibsonburg, 2; Upper Sandusky, 1. Total, 7. Tbe increase in operations in St. Mary's district and a corresponding decrease in Lima is owing to a division of the district The ter ritory in and around Buckland is now included in the form. IT HAS STIRRED UP STRIFE. Bad Feeling; nt Denver Falls Caused by the Theatilcnl Lithocrnph Crusade. rSrECIAL TELEOKAM TO THE DISPATCH. 1 Beaver Falls. April 2. The war over the Lilly Clay pictures between tbe revivalists and the Sixth Avenue Theater folks, of this city, bas been brought to a halt for the time being by Mr. Cashbaugb, manager of the theater, against whom tbe suit for posting the bills was brought, appearing before Justice Braden to day, waiving a hearing and giving bail in the sum of J200 for trial at the June term of court The affair has created much ill feeling in town since it has been inaugurated, and a num. ber of fights has been the result Yesterday a well-known barber and a prominent insurance man had a knockdown concerning the affair, and to-day a lawjer employed in tbe case threatened a newspaper man with bodily injury for saying things in bis paper derogatory of him. A number of other cases of bad blood are rcDorted. WHOLESALE ESCDEATING. Novel Plan Proposed by a Society to Re plenish Its Treasnry. 1SFECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISrATCn.l Zakesville. April 2. A committee has been appointed by the trustees of the Muskingum County Pioneer and Historical Society to in vestigate the subject of estates left with no heirs to claim them. If. in tbe opinion of the committee, it is a legal transaction, a bill will be prepared to present to tbe Legislature, confiscating sucb estates in this county for the benefit of the treasury of the society. KILLED BI A FL0BERT EIFLE. A Minister's Son Accidentally Shoots a Little Playfellow. ISFECIAL TELEORAK TO THE DISPATCH. 1 Newark, April 2. This evening five boys, Chubb and Abb Webb. Paul and Will Sifford and.Frank Kirkpatrick, were out vith Flobert rifles. Paul Sifford, son of Rev. C.W. Sifford, loaded his, when there was a premature discharge and young Kirkpatrick fell dead, shot through the heart He was sitting on a stone cracking walnuts at tbe time. A NEW MINING COMPANY. Enthusiastic PIttsbarcers Hear Reports From tbe San Carlos Country. A meeting of capitalists interested in the mining property of San Carlos, State of Chihuahua, Mexico, was held yesterday afternoon in the Chamber of Commerce. The object of the meeting was to interest Pittsburg capitalists in the ore deposit of San Carlos. Mr. Russell, one of the interested parties, said they have expended $45,000 on tbe par tial development of the mines. Dr. New berry, President of the Mining School, Columbia University, reported that the de posit ot silver, lead, gold and zinc at San Carlos promised to be one of the richest in ' America. Tho professor states that the ore can be quarried at the rate of 31 per ton. The San Carlos mines contain 33 per cent of ore. enough iron for flux ana silver and gold to the value of 525 and ?30 per ton. The following Pittsburgers are in the com pany: S. A. Johnston, John P. Ober, A. Bickert, M. J. Kennedy, Matt Weiss, Charles Weaver, C. L. Straub, Marshall Johnston, "V. Morris, Charles Siebert and J. Mutzig. These gentlemen sent Messrs. S. Johnston, Straub, Bussell and Prof. Stetcvcldt to San Carlos. The result of the expedition was satisfactory, and Prof. Stete veidt returned an exhaustive report. The professor estimates that the total cost of an adequate plant lor the working and reduc tion of San Carlos ore would be $360,000. Another meeting will be held Wednesday next, Coughing IS Nature's effort to expel foreign sub stances from the bronchial passages. Frequently, this causes inflammation and the need of an anodyne. No other expectorant or anodyne is equal to Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It assists Nature in ejecting the mucus, allays irritation, induces repose, and. is the most popular of all cough cures. " Of the many preparations before the public for the cure of colds, coughs, bronchitis, and kindred diseases, there is none, within the range of my experi ence, so reliable as Ayer's Cherry Pec toral. For years I was subject to colds, followed by terrible coughs. About four years ago, when so afflicted, I was ad vised to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and to lay all other remedies aside. I did so, and within a week was well of my cold and cough. Since then I have always kept this preparation in the house, and feel comparatively secure." Mrs. L. L. Brown, Denmark, Miss. "A few years ago I took a severe cold which affected my lungs. I had a ter rible cough, and passed night after sight without sleep. The doctors gave me up. I tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, which relieved my lungs, induced sleep, and afforded the rest necessary for the recovery of my strength. By the con tinual use of the Pectoral, a permanent cure was effected.' 'Horace Fairbrother, Rockingham, Vt. Ayer's Clierry Pectoral, PBEPABZD BT Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., LovbII, Mass. Bold by all Druggists. Price $1; sir'bottlce, $5. BLOOKER'S DUJCH COCOA. 150 CTJP8 FOB JL CHOICEST. PUREST. BEST. Je24-1TTTF TRY IT. BEECHAM'S PILLS a-1- TiTKTl aca.axO I ON A WEAK STOMACH. 2Sots. el Box v lu UKUCC1STB. CASHIER HERR0X DENIES IT. He Says Mcssencer McGrcsor Got Awny With Only 82,000. A statement was published yesterday to the effect that W. J. McGregor, the ab sconding messenger of the Fourth National Bank, had robbed the bank of 520,000. Mr. S. D. Herron, Jr., cashier of tbe bank, was seen last night, and gave an emphatic con tradiction to this canard. "The statement," said Mr. Herron, "is grossly inaccurate. The sum taken by McGregor was exactly $2,000. Another newspaper said that Mc Gregor was my secretary. That was a very sillv statement, indeed. "W. J. McGregor never had anything to do with the books, and was never bookkeeper in tbe bank. He was employed as messenger and watchman, and had been a servant of the bank for 15 "It seems wonderful to me that so old and apparently trustworthy a man could stoop to steal a paltry sum like "52,000. McGregor had lots of chances to steal. He had lor some time been entrusted with locking up the cash box after balancing cash. Last Saturday while carrying the box to the cel lar he must have yielded to temptation and snatched two packages of money. The amount of his theft was 52,000; that is cor rect to a figure. "We have no idea of his present whereabouts." A Grand Success Our openings are all we could possibly wish for them. What we want is that no lady in these cities will fail to visit us during this week. Jos. Horse & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. Will Price for Easter neckwear, ing Friday and Saturday. Opcn- Finest French Sateens At 25e a vard the best and most desirable ot this season's styles. Hugus & Hacke. TTSSU Mnslc Until Charms! Particularly when you can buy sheet music at 50 per cent from marked price. Ths Geo. KArpEL, 77 Fifth avenue. The very proper articleof dress for Easter is a fancy vest. Go to Will Price. Rlnrrlnee Licenses Granted Yesterday. Kmtir. ReitaniKB. t George Saner.. rittsburg 1 Framiska Elnweck I'lttsbnrg ( James H. Lamed I'litsburs: Blanche M. Miller..., Westmoreland county t John V. Dyers Charllers township 1 .Lilian H. swearer. Chartlers township I John L. Forster. ; I'lttsbnrg 1 Lilian O. ilallassec Pittsburg 5 Harry Fletcher Mansfield ( Emms 1'rescott Mansfield 5 William F. Lantenschlager. Vlttsbun ( Clara A. Woodmansue ,.... Dallas station IThomasM. Hall l'atton township Jennie E. Sylvis Turtle Creek f Henry C Frank Johnstown I Rachel Howtlns Belleville (David Wroten Verona J Alice Jones Verona (Thomas C. Willson Bethel township (Margaret Long. Bethel township (Joel Ollck Pittsburg I Llllle Hack Pittsburg (.ToBenh Foss. Plttsburir IMary JlcBrlde Pittsburg DIED. COTTRELli On Tuesday, April 1,1890, at 2 A. M., WlLMAM COTTEELL. Funeral from bis late residence. Center alley, Sonthslde, on THURSDAY, April 3, at 2 P. M. Friends of the family are invited to attend. 2 DALiY On Wednesday.Aprll 2. 1E90.FBANK, son nf Thomas and Ella Daly, aged 16 months and 7 days. Funeral on Friday at 2 p. m. from parents' residence, 14 Watson street. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 DOB15S On Tuesday afternoon. April 1.1890, MAROA.nET IlAEVEY, wife of N. C. DonbS, aged 63 years. Funeral services at tho husband's residence, 26 Pennsylvania avenue, Allegheny, on Thurs day. April 3. at 9-30 A. M. Friends of tbe family are respectfully invited to attend. In terment at Freedom, Pa. 2 DAVIS On Tuesday, April 1. at 12:30 o'clock, Eleanor W., wife of Hubert Davis, in the 26th year of her age. Funeral on Thursday afternoon. April 3, at 2 o'clock, from tbe residepce of ber parents, G. W. and Catherine Boggs, 9S Forty, seventh street. Friends of the family are re spectfully invited to attend. 2 GALLAGHER On Monday, April 1, 1S90, at 430 p. m., John Gallagher. Funeral from his late residence. No. 164 Third avenue, on Thursday, the 3d inst., at 2 o'clock p. 31. Friends of the family are respect fully invited to attend. HULME On Wednesday, April 2, 1890. at 10 p. M.. at his residence. 45S Forbes street, Georqe Hclme, in the 67th year of his age. Uotice of funeral bereaf ter. HOUSE ARTnun W.. son of the late John J. House and Martha E. House, of Hazelwood, in tbe 20th year of his age. Funeral from the Hazelwood Presbyterian Church on Friday, April 4. at 130 p. m Friends of tbe family are respectfully Invited to attend. HALSTEAD On Wednesday. April 2, at 8 A. si.. Jambs HalStead, St., aged bj years. Funeral from JIcKain station, at 1 p. M., to proceed to Oakmont Cemetery. Hulton. Friends of the family aro respectfully invited to attend. HESS On Tuesday. April 1. 1890, at 330 o'clock r. M., Mrs. Theresa C. Zissmeister. wife of George F. Hess, in the 27th year of her age. Funeral services at her late residence, on Amanda street, Brusbton. on Thursday. April 3. at 2 o'clock. Relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. Interment piivate. 2 MONSHAUR-On Wednesday, April 2. at 1:40 A. Ji., at her late residence, Mausneld. Pa., Eliza, relict of the late John Moushaur, in the 79tn year of her age. Funeral on Friday, April 4. at 2 p. M. Friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend. McADAMS On Wedesday morning, April 2, 1890, William McAdams, aged 63 years. Funeral from his late residence, on Soho 6treet, on Friday, at 2 p. x. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. De ceased was a member of Company D, Sixty third Pennsylvania Volunteers. 2 OAKFORD At Peoria, III., Wednesday morning. April 2, Elizabeth S. Lines, wile of A & Oaklord. PATRICK-On Tuesday. April L at 5 P. JC, Sirs. J. Jl. Patrick, nee Halsiead. Funeral Thursday, April 3. 1890, from JIcKain station, at 1 p. M., to proceed to Oak mont Cemetery, Hulton. Friends of the fam ily are respectfully invited to attend. SINCLAIR On Wednesday raorninc, April 2. at 920, Mrs. Susan L. Sinclair, beloved wife of John F. Sinclair, daughter of Cornelius Kingsland, in the 50th year ot her age. Funeral services will be held at the family residence. No. 33 Federal street, Allegheny, on Thursday evenino at 8 o'clock. Funeral to proceed to McKeesport via Baltimore and Ohio Railroad on Friday morning at 10 o'clock sharp. Milwaukee, Wis., Chicago, 111., St. Louis and Macon City, Mo., and New York City papers please copy. SCHREIBER On Tuesday, April 1, at 10:10 A. K., Leo Clements, youngest son of John and Catherine Schreiber, aged 1 year, 7 months and 13 days. Funeral from residence, No. 1311 Penn ave nue, on Thursday at 2 p. m. Friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend. GEO. A SMITH, FUNERALi DIRECTOR, I6S Fonrth Avenue, Allegheny Office, 232 Beaver Avenue. fel8-85-TTS JAJIKS AHCHI3ALD & BTIO . .LIVERY AND SALE STABLES, 117, 119andl30Tbird avenue, tATo doors below fcjmitklield St., next door to Central Hotel. Carnages for funerals,53. Carriages foroperag, parties, Ac., at the lowest rates. All new car nages. Telephone communication. myl-ll-Tia TJEFKESENTEJU IN JPITTSBUKG IN lsa ASSETS - . S9JB71.696SS. Insurance Co. of North America. Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L JONES. 81 Fourth avenue. ia20-s3-D WESTERN INSURANCE CO. OF PITTSBURG. Assets 18,50187 NO. 411 WOOD STREET. ALEXANDER NIM1CK, President. JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President. , Xe22-26-TT3 Wtt P. HERBERT. Secretary. 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 prices for them are al most as low as those of in ferior desks now in the mar ket We have sold hundred of 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 SB OO., FIFTH AVE. 33 mb21-10S-TTS EASTER MILLINEEY! 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 MISSES' TRAMMED BONNETS and HATS. Let us have your order as early in the week as possible. HORNE & WARD, 41 FZFTS A VENUE. mhSl-D TEETH, $5, $8, $10. Gold fillings from SI up. Amalgara. 50c; silver, 75c; white alloy, SI. Gold Crowns a specialty. DR. J. M. McCLAREN, Corner Smithfield and Fourth avenue. je23-TTSu TEETH. I P AND flO. FULL cum. Elegant sets. Fine ' fillings a specialty. Vitalized air 50c. lia. M1ILL.1PS. 800 Penn avc., m: wait. Open Sundays avc., makes or repairs seta while you mh23-143 SATURDAY APRIL 5 THE DISPATCH BUSINESS OPPIOE Will tie removed to oorner Smith fleld and Diamond sts. mhB-117 I J -. 1 immm l jTkll J if III Srfe&iPS ii iivf' riy NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. B.&B. TO-DAY We offer a Bargain in CHOICE CHEVIOT SILKS 75 Cents. So extraordinary, that it will cause special comment. Large and important collection New Habutai Silks, 75c up. Dress Goods Department offers 48-inch Silk Striped Glorioso Cloths at $1 25; new and desirable, as well as a great bargain. Hundreds pieces New Imported Dress Goods and Suitings, 40c to $1 25; choicest assortment and values we have ever shown. High class English Suitings and fine Broadcloths at prices that will insure us the business and save you money on your purchase. Newest things in Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Neckwear and Ruchings for Easter; fine goods; popular prices. GENTS' FURNISHING DEFT. Unusually choice Neckwear and large assortment; Fisk, Clark & Flagg's best productions; popular prices. Gents' Gloves in all the desirable makes and latest colors. Boggs&Buhl, Allegheny, ap3-73 Turn This Over About Our Clothing. Shop around all you like to compare our dependable cloth ing and investigate prices. All-wool and good work are the points of the compass with us in the clothing we make. Wear what will give the customer long wear and the worth of his money that's the standard we hold before ourselves to get your confi dence and bring you here with your dollars. Handle the goods and learn how true the workmanship is. It's like usual custom-tailor clothing in- style, fit and ex cellence. Good as it is the prices this spring go to the lowest peg. One thousand styles of goods to make to measure. -- Wanamaker & Brown Sixth street and Penn avenue. ap3-s -SATURDAY APRIL5 THE DISPATCH BUSINESS OPPIOE Will be removed to corner Smith- field and Diamond sts. mh9-117 JAS. MNEIL & BRO., BOILERS, PLATE AND BHEET-IKON WORK. SHEET IRON ANNEALING PATENT BOXE& With an Increased capacity and hydraulic machinery we are prepared to famish all work in our line cheaper and better than by the old methods. Repairing and general machine work. Twenty-ninth street and Allegheny Val ley Railroad. te6-18-Tia SATURDAY APRIL 5 THE DISPATCH BUSINESS OFFICE Will be removed to corner Smlthfield and Dla- mond sts. mm?.U7 NEW advertisements. THE MONEY-SAVING STORES FDR THE PEOPLE! )ANZ1GER'S Special from our popular , Cloak and Wrap Department. In connection with our Easter Millinery Opening, we shall dis play in our Cloak and Wrap JDe partment,adjotning the Millinery Parlor (on second floor), the latest conceptions in Mantles, Capes, Connemaras, Walking Jackets, Misses' and Children's Jersey Stiils, cute and pretty Infants' Coats, etc., of Berlin, Paris and home designs. We show now a much larger collection than previous seasons, including the higher class of goods. Our prices remain Mm THE CHEAPEST, Special From Our KID :-; GLOVE Department. Just received, our spring im portations of KID GLOVES, SILK GLOVES and TIFFETA GLOVES. All the newest and richest color ings, and quality guaranteed. VSTFitting Gloves to the Hand our specialty. DANZIGER'S, Sixth St. and Penn Ave,, Pittsburg, Pa, ap3 FAIRY LAMPS. Amonz the many unique and tasteful decorations of oar stores during the GRAND EASTER OPENING We would especially call yonr attention to our beautiful display of Fairy Lamps and Candle Shades. There Is no more beautiful and effective table decoration than the Fairy Lamp. Whether used In connection with foliage and flamers or placed about here and there; on the tal'le the effect of tbeir many soft, bright colors is charming. We offer special Inducements in this line; but whether you buy or not COME:::AND:::LOOK. It will well repay you for the trouble. Fleishman & Co. PITTSBURG, PA. ap2 ' KMTABLIBHED 1&7U BLACK GIN FOB THE KIDNEYS Is a relief and sure cure for the Urinary Organs, Gravel and Cnronio Catarrh of the Bladder. The Swift Siomach Biilers are a sure cure for Dyspepsia, Liver Comnlaint and evarv Teade MABKspeciesof Indigestion. Wild Cherry Tonic, tho most popular prepar ation for cure of Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis and Lung Troubles. Either of the abore. SI ner bottle, or M for 8.1 If your druggist does not handle these goods write to VY.il. r. z,un.iAU.E,ii, sole mil, Pittsburg. Pa. OC8-71-TT8 DESKS. ALL KINDS AT STEVENS CHAIR COMPANY, 3 SIXTH STREET. Xell-65-TTS THE AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANT, Philadelphia. Total ABsets, January L 1887 2,301,858 66 EDWARDS &KENNEY, Ag'ts, QO FOURTH AVE., Pittsbure, Fa. Telephone 76a ja2341-TTS SATURDAY, APRIL 5, THE DISPATCH BUSINESS OFFICE Will be removed to corner Smith field and Diamond sts. j iiiiiiiiiSsii 111 It j. 1 "Wu iliNr "i I'vi. Til m mb117 J, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. HOW ARE YOU PREPARED IVE WELCOME TO EASTER? u There's No Room for Excuse, No Reason for Apolo gies, Whitec 44 GUSKY'S Are Offering Such im 111 MS During the Present Week in the i OTEOIGL IE 33T rDJEZjJLJDJl. NOBBY HATS AND FURNISHINGS -AND Vi footwear llfat 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 Boys1 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 thev can save before investing in CONFIRMATION SUITS Which we are showing in all the most popular mat 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, etc., 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 Juxurious-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-USEIT The Greatest Bargain Cltohiers in the State, 300 to 400 MARKET ST. . Hp"Lovers 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. ' ' apl-ira -TO- $$ www the; )-C II! M inoi to Society. i i m SeiiKPT iBiai.ja..LAf-.Mttsagwf.M..-.t. .. a - -J-'7ti,ifcMfatef .N.