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rhT3' VPFcpsr T k:-si5 - r? B- T"J-ST'W??C,IT315(S" flfv ,"JCIi JWf?. mwwn imir't$T- vjr&fw -St THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, WBDiTESDAT, APRIL 9, 1890. i75i?es STRIKE OF BUILDERS. ' -Seely Accused of Defrauding the City by False Clianjcs. JOHSSTOWK'S OT GOVERNMENT. Last Honrs of Taylor, the Murderer of Drover JlcCausland. TUB ECCEXTEICITT OP ELECTRICITY jgrlCIAL TELEGRAM TO THS DIGFATCH.1 VTnEELiKG, "W. Va., April 8. The building trade strike joes on here as steadily as of yore. 'Wilson & Co. have three new men at work, Beltz, Flading & Co. three, and J. A. Holliday & Son have not in creased their number. Klieris, Craft & Co. have made no effort to start their mill as yet, but say they will at once. The union car penters are all nrm, and there is as jet no sign of disintegration In their ranks. The promise of tne President that the Brotherhood will put up the cash to carry on the fight has braced up many of the weak kneed members and bis made those solid who. It was feared, were wavering. The managers all say they are sorry that they cannot Ret their old men back, and say they would preter thein to any new men they micbt set. They say, however, that the Exchange Committee did all in its power to (ret the thing settled, and do not blame that hnriv for dischanrinir the Con ference Committee. A manager said to-day he expected to see a repetition of the strike ot the year 1SS5 when the nailers went out, and the mills gained one man after another until a compromise was effected, and the old men and the new went to work, and are doing so to-day, side by side in the same mill. A special from Youngstown says: Pending a settlement of the aemand made for an advance in wages, none ot the jonrne men tailors were at work to-dav. The merchant tailors ap pointed a committee of five to meet a similar committee of the journeymen, who were se lected at a meeting held this afternoon, in or der if possible to adjust the differences. Presi dent Kay, of the Journeymen's Union, said this afternoon: "If a strike can be avoiued it Wll lie. and If the committee appointed do not effect an agreement the union will urge that the matter be settled by arbitration." HIS LAST DAIS. Zach Taylor Brnrs Up Bcmnrknbly ni the Hoar Draws Xear. rSFECIAI. TELEGRAM TO TUB DI6PATCH.I Wayxesbukg, April & Zach Taylor spent the last few days and hours of his life chatting with callers, talking freely about things that occurred while he was a free man, eating and sleeping as he-would under the most ordinary circumstances. It was the general opinion that be would weaken after George Clark was ex ecuted. Taylor heard some expressions of this kind, and he seemed to take a cool satisfaction in living down the prediction. He would fre quently ask: "How do the people think I am bearing up now?" Upon being told that they thought be was bearing up well, a pleased look would come over his face, and he would say: I think I am bearing up better than George Claik did." ' Rev. Mr. Maxwell has been to see him very often since hearrivcd, and Taylor has expressed himself as willing to die. This afternoon he talked very calmly to Rev. Mr. Maxwell, giving him certain directions as to bis funeral. He also desired certain parties to be present at his execution, telling them he wanted them to hear what he had to say and that they could retire beiore the drop fell it they desired. Jasper and Bill Taylor arrived here from Maontown this evening to care for the body and take it to that place. The funeral will be held on Thursday at 11 o'clock in the morning from that place. The services will be con ducted by Rev. Maxwell. The erection of the scaffold and other details concerning the exe cution will be attended to after midnight as the Sheriff desires to keep everything as quiet as possible. Since 18S5 be has sold liquor on the sly for a livelihood. The crime for which he will suffer death to morrow was the murder of William JlcCaus land, the Allegheny drover, and the story is too well known to be repeated. JOHNSTOWJf IS HAPPL The New City Government Is Elected With Xllucb Eclat. rSrECTAL TZX.EOILU? TO THB DIBPATCn.1 Johkstowk, April 8. The vigorous policy outlined by Mayor Rose in his Inaugural ad dress is the subject of much discussion, and meets with hearty approvM. A progressive spirit seems to prevail and a bright future is predicted for the new city. The remarks of Mr. A. J. Moxbam, the president of the Johnson works, who said in his speech that this city would yet be a place of 150,000 inhabitants, are considered of especial significance, and are be lieved to indicate a large addition to the works of that corporation in the near future. Not withstanding the inauspicious weather during the forenoon, there was a very large turnout in the parade in the afternoon yesterday. The column was somewhat over half an hour in passing a given point. The fire company at tracted much attention, and the new engine and apparatus, all purchased since the flood, drew forth much praise. The Vigilant Com panv. of the Southside. bad the only relic of the flood in line, that being the wreck of their old bre engine. The industrial display of the Johnson Company was quite extensive and very creditable. Merchants and artisans also made quite a display, and their mottoes, such as " e will help build our new city," were quite cheering. Altogether the day was one of unusual excitement and interest, and the city government starts out under very auspicious circumstances. LOOKS BAD FOR HIM. Uujlnc Goods nnd rajlnc for Them With the City's Checks. rsrXCtAL TELXGRAX TO THX DISFATCH.1 Wheeling. April 8. The Seeley gas pipe investigation was resumed last night and showed a pretty bad state of affairs. It was proved that during 18S6 and 18S7 Oscar Seeley, then President of the Board of Gas Trustees, sent out orders for pipe in the name of the city, got it at the wharf or depots, took it to his shops,marked the bills "O. K." and then signed a city check for its payment. Ho then signed the minutes of the board approving the bills. 'In addition to this it was shown that Seeley got places for bis employes at the gas works, that he nsed gas works men for his private business and to top the whole thing, did a big lot of work for the city in the face of a State statute which expressly forbids such work by a member of the board, and made him liable to criminal proceedings for engaging In it, with a line and imprisonment as the punishment. The investigation lasted until a late hour. Seeley declined to make a defense, and the tuiuwuKc "iii icpuri to council me iacts ana recommend legal proceedings in the case. DEMAXD AN INCREASE. Miners nt Smlibton Will Strike If Tbclr Demands Are Not Conceded. rSPXClAt. TXLXOKAM TO THE DISPATCH.! 8C0TTDAI.1-, April 8.-Tbe scale of wages which the Smithton miners have presented to the operators has just been made public It calls for the Columbus rate for coal mining, which is 75 cents per ton for run of mine, or 6134 cents per ton on a 90-cent basis. For coke drawing 61 cents per 100 bushels charged is de manded. One of the superintendents of the Smithton works was seen to-day and said the miners' scale was unreasonable and the operators would hardly sign it. The men are very deter mined in their efforts for the scale, and inti mate they will strike if it is not signed. labor leaders are still at work organizing Rainey's works. It is supposed the employes will be called out on strike shortly after the convention on Wednesday. The Southwest Coal and Coke Comnany to-day gave notice to the Knichu of Labor that their works, of 1,079 ovens, wonld De operated but five days next week because of the scarcity of orders. Interesting- Exercises. ISriCIAI. TELXOBAJ4 TO TUB DIBrATCH.l Washington. P-, April a The Western Pennsylvania Christian Missionary Society began its annual session here this morning in the Chrhtlan Church. A large number of delegates are present, and the exercises are Wry interesting. Rev. H. K. Pendleton, of Hazelwood, preaches this evening; and Rev. W. F. Richardson, of Allegheny, on Wednes day evening. Took His Own Life Johnstown, April 8. A Hungarian named Pullman, who occupied a cell next to Carter. tbe murderer, who will be banged to-morrow, banged himself to the door of his cell in the Ebensburg jail to-day. by fastening bis sus penders around his neck. He was not dlicov . red until lite was extinct MORTGAGING THE H0AD. Funds Secured for tho Completion of the Line to Delphos. SPECIAL TELEGHAM TO Till DISPATCH.! Akron, April 8.-J. W. Holliday has filed with the County Kecorder the mortgage exe cuted by the Pittsburg, Akron and Western Railroad to the American Loan and Trust Com pany, of New York, to secure funds forthecon struction of its line from Akron westward to Delphos. The mortgage, which is signed by J. D. Gallery, President, and W. A. Lynch. Secre tary, for the company, providesforthe issuance of 5 per cent gold bonds to run for 0 years. The amount in all is S3,C30,000, and constitutes a first lien on tho property, and together with the money put in by the Pittsburg people will be ample for the new line. DESERVfcS HIS FATE. Andrews' Confession Shows Him to Be a TboroiiBlilv Bad Man. .TPECIAI. TELEGRAM TO TH DISPATCW.l Bellefonte, Pa April 8. Alfred James Andrews is to be hanged here to-morrow for the murder of Clara Price, which ho is said to have committed on November 27, 1889. Fear ing detection of bis attempted crime he shot her, causinc instant death. Over 100 witnesses were examined, Andrews himself being put on the stand, lint nothing was elicited from him. He is an Englishman, his father now living in Cornwall. His confession has been pub lished. Severe Electric Storm. ISPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPlTCn.l East Liverpool, o., April 8. A great electric storm passed through this place about 11 o'clock this morning. The M. E. Church was knocked down and the church damaged to the extent of several thousand dollars worth. The telephone central was burned entirely out and the service destroyed. All of the operators were compelled to flee Iron the room for their lives. The Honeymoon Began. tSrECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DI8PATCH.I Beixefonte, April a Gardner Paine, Jr., son of A. G. Paine, a large paper pulp manu facturer and president of several corporations of New York, was married to Maud Eustace Potts, daugher of George C. Potts, a former Philadelphia broker, and a niece of the late Fredenckl Potts, who was President ot the New York, Susquehanna and Western. Mad From a Dog's Bite, ISFECIAL TELEGRAM TO TUB DISPATCH. 3 Charleston, W. Va.. April 8. About ten days ago Louis Pauley, of Davis Creek, this county, was bit by a mad dog. He is now at his home showing strong symptoms of hydro phobia, and several men are needed to bold him in bed. His case is regarded as hopeless. Boy Drowned at Natrona SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.l Natbou a, April 8. Saturday evening a boy named Henry Alt was drowned in the river at this place. The body has not been recovered. He was 10 years of age, light hair, blue eyes, wore a red and black woolen shirt and dark knee pants. An Increase In Deaths. The mortuary report for the week ending Saturday, April 5, shows tbat there were 106 deaths in the city during that time against 85 for the corresponding period of last year. Pneumonia caused 27 deaths. Mnrrlnse Licenses Granted Yesterday. Kane. Betldenca. J Charles H. Tlckner Pittsburg 1 Emmie McCoy l'ltisbarg J.I. Sewell Spedden McKeesport J Bella Scott McKeesport ) 1'hlllp Jencwlne Hampton townlp ( Catharine bchnltier West Deer township J Kugenc Muldner I'lttstmrg (Emm&Hltzel Pittsburg J ilatthew Ludwlg rittsbnrg J Mary Ulschoff. Pittsburg J James Webster Port Perry (Sarah Dyer Port Perry ( Charles Elch Allegheny J Llllle Wohl Allegheny j Michael Ulboda Rankin station (Mary Karch ltankln station ( Frank Cbustewskl Pittsburg ( Anna Wajciechowska Pittsburg f James F. Coy Pittsburg Loalselt, Hall Tarentum J Charles F. Nellie Allegheny ( EramaK. Fregermuth Allegheny 1 Andrew W. Johnston Beaver county (Annie Hater Beaver county (John T. Miller Pittsburg (Anna L. Wbalon Plttshurc J E. E. Whelster Tarentum ( Martha Jbltush...............................belma erd 31. Koch 1'Ittsburg (Ernestlna Kenning Pittsburg t William Kerevin 1'lttsbnrg ( Ruth Kraus Pittsburg W. K. Miller. Midway (Lizzie C Gtffln Dennis (James H. Hamilton Murraysvllle ( Anna 31. Sohrcr 3Iurraysvllle (Grant C. Xabbs Pittsburg Stella C. Shannon Pittsburg J W. J. Trautman Butler (Josle Stock Butler (Alexander McKInd Hawkins1 station Llllle Paisley Pittsburg (Kudolph Knst Pittsburg ( Amelia Fladung Pittsburg ) Henry Chrlstman 1'Ittsburg ( Elizabeth Buerckl Pittsburg (Adam Van Vnrcn O'Hara township (Anna II. Malre Allegheny John MIKalcya Braddock MaryPavllk Pittsburg March April May Are the best months in which to purify your blood. During the long, cold winter, the blood becomes thin and impure, tho body becomes weak and tired, the appetite may be lost, and just now the system craves the aid of a reliable medicine. Hood's fcarsaparilla is peculiarly adapted to purify and enrich the blood, to create a good appetite and to overcome tbat tired feeling. "I have for a long time been using Hood's Rarsaparilla, and believe me, I would not be without it. As a spring medicine it is invalu able." E. A. Rhodes, 130.Ontario street, Chi cago, 111. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggists. $1; six for $5. Prepared only by C.I HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mass. 100 Doses One Dollar FULL VALUEF0R THE MONEY BLOCKERS ibs. dutcn uo ' COCOA H Choicest, Purest, Best. Instantaneous-with Boiling later or Milt TJ. S. Depot, 35 Mercer St., New Yobe. At retail by all leading grocers and druggists. GEO. K. STEVENSON & CO., IMPORTERS OC23-50-WS -pLOOKER'S COCOA For sale wholesale and retail by JAMES LOCKHART, 103 Federal Street. no06S-TS Allegheny, Pa. LADIES! Jo Only BROWN'S 1 on y FRENCH DRESSING J shoe. Bold by all Dealers. ' ap2-39--w -PHOTOGRAPHER. IB SIXTH STREET. A fine, large crayon portrait s SO; see thera before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets, SX and f3 per dozen, PROMPT DEUVEBxT OClS-EJ-lTKTSU d mMx 5 DRESSINS . IBHSWO 3UIER3R fc IsarauMsj fforril MARRIED. MOORHEAD GODFREY On Tuesday afternoon, April 8, 1830. by Rev. William M. West, James Kennedy Moobhead to Hakriet Claek, daughter or Mr. Edward B. Godfrey. DIED. BOWSER-On Monday, April 7. 1890, at 5:30 a, m.,MakgaretMcGbaw. wife ot Samuel Bowser, in the 74th year of her age. Funeral services on Wednesday after noon at 2 o'clock, at her late residence Shalerville, Thirty-fifth ward, Pittsbure. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 BERKY On Monday. Aoril 7. 1S90, at 5 A. m., Patrick Berry, of Division No. 1, A. u. U. B. of E.. aged 60 years. Funeral from the residence of Daniel Dar sey, corner Twenty-ninth and Carson streets,8. S on Wednesday at 2 p. m. Friends of the family and members of A. O. H. aro respect fully invited to attend. 2 CALDWELL At his home. Penn avenue, near Rebecca street. East End, on Monday, April 7, 1890, at 4 A. M., JAMES CALD WELL, in his God year. Funeral services on Wednesday, April 9, at 2t30r. m. Friends of the family are respect fully invited to attend. 2 CROWLEY On Tuesday. April 8. at 5 P. M., James Crowley, aged 38 years. Funeral from his late residence, 205 Browns ville avenue, on Thursday at 2 p. m. Friends of the family and members of Division No. 4, A. O. H and sister divisions and Sligo Lodge No. 8. A. A. of L S. W., are respectfully in vited to attend. 2 DeCRAFT On Tuesday, April S, 1890, at 7 p. M., Francis Terry, only son of Amos and Nellie DeCraft, and grandson of Owen Fltz simons. Funeral from the residence of parents, 1328 Pike stieet, on Thursday, at 2 p. M. Friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend. DIETZSCH-On April 7, at 11 A. M.. SOPHIA Dietzsch, aged 29 years, 5 months and 5 days. Funeral Thursday, 10th inst., at 10 o'clock A. at. Service at her late home. Interment private at a later hour. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. Please omit flowers. 2 FORSTER On Monday, at 8:50 A. M., Nich olas Forster, in the 25th year of his age. Funeral from his late residence. No. 211 Ro chelle street, Knoxville borough, on Wednes day afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment in Allegheny Cemetery. HUDEPUHL On Monday, April 7. 1890, at 2:40 p. m., Edward H. Hudepuhl, Jil, in tho 30th year of bis age. Dearest husband you hare left us, and in an humble prayer, You left your little daughter in her darling mother's care. " Funeral services at his late residence. No. 258 Irwin avenue, Allegheny, on Wednesday afternoon, April 9, 1890. at2 o'clock. Friends of the family and members of Hope Council, No. 118, Jr. O. U. A. It, and sister councils in vited to attend. 2 LEECH On Monday, April 7, 1890, at 7 A. M., Charles Leech, in his 41st year. Funeral irom the residence of his brother, James Leech, Twenty-second street incline, at 2 o'clock to-day. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. LORENZINE At his residence. 418 Beatty street. East End, on Monday, April 7, at 930 P. m., Lorenzo Lorenzlne, in his 59th year. Funeral Wednesday Afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Societa Fratcrna Italian and friends of the family are invited to attend. 2 McMlCHEL On Monday. April 7, 1890, at 8 P. M., Annie Stewart, wife of A. P. Mc Michel, formerly of Mansfield, Pa. Funeral service at her late residence, 42 Shi loh street, Mt. Washington, on Wednesday, at 1220 P. it. Interment private at a. late hour. MILLS-On Monday, April 7, 1890, at the family homestead, Braddock, CHARLES Mills, in the 43d year of his age. Services at 730 Wednesday EVENING. Interment private.on Thursday, in the family vault, Monongahela Cemetery. 2 NEELD On Tuesday. April 8, at 830 a.m. Kate G. Neeld, nee Farriman, wife of Eli W. Neeld. in her 36th year. Funeral from her late residence, Bailey avo nue, Mt, Washington, on Thursday, April 10, at 2 o'clock p. H. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 RODGERS At Demniler. Pa., on Tuesday, April 8. 1890. at 12 noon, Albert, son of John and Lizzie Rodgers, aged 1 year and 5 months. Funeral Irom the residence of bis grand mother, OS Sidney street, Southside. on Wednesday, at 230 p. it.' Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. SAVAGE On Monday. April 7, at 230 A. M., Arthur, son of Arthur H. and Mary Savage, aged 9 months and 23 days. Funeral at 9 o'clock this morning. Friends of the family aro respectfully invited to attend. SCHAFER On Monday, April 7, 1890, at 1 o'clock a.,m., Albert, son of Henry and Christiana Schafer, aged 29 years. Funeral Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence. No. 23 Stanton ave nue, Millvale borough. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. WEARER At Columbus, O.. April 8, 1890, at 3:55 A. ii.. A. J. Wearer, son of the late Adam Wearer and father of Harry Wearer. Interment to-morrow at 3 p. m. from 28 Darrah street, Allegheny. ANTHONY MEYER, (Successor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Llm.,) UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER. Office and residence, 1134 Penn avenue. Tele phone connection. mylO-69-MWFSu JAMES M. FULLERTON, UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER, No. 6 Seventh Street. Telephone 1153. ap27-82-WFSu FLORAL EMBLEMS. ORCHIDS AND ROSES OF RARE BEAUTY. A. 31. & JT. JB. MURDOCH, CI n SMITHFIELD ST. Telepbono 429. no20-3IWF EASTER FLOWERS. LILIES, ROSES, HYACINTHS, TULIPS, CARNATIONS. FRESH AND CHEAP. JOHNR.&A. MURDOCH 503 SMITHFIELD STREET. mh31-MWF pEPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN ISO. ASSET . . $9J07L,69833. Insurance Co. of North America. Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-D A CORSET WAR Has broken out among the Pittsburg Retail ers, and prices are being slashed. A rivalry of this kind helps to break the monotony of ordinary business, and we gladly welcome it, especially as it will nnload some of the surplus stock. Here are a few samples of OUR reductions. MATCH THEM -WHO CAN. THE FAMOUsl C. CORSETS To be closed ont at the following REDUCED PRICES. The $1 75 quality at $1 00. The $2 25 quality at SI 50. The $2 50 quality at $1 75. The $3 00 quality at 52 25. SEE OTTB WINDOW DISPLAY. Fleishman &Co, PITTSBURG, PA. Hotel 'and Restaurant Supplies. NEW ADTEUTISEMEXTS. WEDDING PRESENTS. We are not boasting, but statintr facts when we tell you we have the nicest assortment of goods In tho city suitable for WEDDING PRESENTS. Come and see what we can show you in Solid Silver articles. Fine Mantel and Cabinet Ornaments, Piano and Banquet Lamps, Onyx Top Tables, Fine Bra Cabinets, Onyx Pedestals, Marble Figures, Fine Plates, Cups and Saucers, Rich Cut Glassware, etc We feel sure you will find something suited to your taste. WATTLES & SHEAFER, JEWELERS, 37 FIFTH AVENUE. ap9-MWF LATIMER'S. Grand Bale of CARPETINGS. 500 ROLLS INGRAIN, 50c This is one of the bargain opportunities oflered by needy mills to SPOT CASH purchasers. Come and have your share. 400 Rolls Tapestry, 50, 65, 75, 80 and 85a Never such prices oflered on fine goods and choicest styles. Also the latest in NIOQUETTES AND BODY BRUSSELS. T. M. LATIMEE. 138 and 140 Federal and 45 and 46 South Diamond Sts., Allegheny, Pa. mh22-xwrsu PORTIERE BED jT $12- JJ ANTIQUE $15. This bed is Eivinc all the advantages of higher priced folding beds, and when handsomely draped is a richer piece ot furniture than many of the heavy wood front beds. l0i ajid brag? tolgtead?, These, with cheval glasses, toilet tables, dressers and chiffonier wardrobes prove most desirable for odd f nrnishinc." Our Iron Bed at $7 50 is a very successful pattern. Beds at less cost when desired. apfi-wsu Patent Leather OXFORDS. In the Ladles' Depart ment this most fashionable of any Oxford is seen in prettiest designs. Quality, Fit and Finish Faultless. A bargain worth while seeking. Is also great in favor of tliis handsome shoe, uhich is but ALL WIDTHS. 2.00 ALL SIZES. Regular value, 3.00. A large line of Common Sense Oxfords; hand sewed. A decided bargain at l-OO. ALL WIDTHS. HIMMELRICH'S, 430 to 436 Market St. Braddock House, 916 Braddock Ave. ap6-WFBtt OPENING MARCH, 18W. Robes, Manteux and Modes, - Direct from Paris. Verner Block Fifth & Market sts. mh24S-wsu TRAVEL TO EUROPE WILL BE UNUSTJ. ALLY heavy this season; secure berths early. We represent most popular lines, sell drafts, foreign coin, etc, at New York rates, and secure passports. MAX SCHAMBERG & CO., 537 Smithfieldst., Pittsburg, Pa. , ' mh30-wsu THE ' DISPATCH BUSINESS OPPKJE j Has been removed to corner Smith field and Diamond sts. mhMI7 srZtosZCor. '- NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. We believe our spring dis play of these cool, clean,cheap and comfortable coverings for the floor in summer, to be the largest ever made in Pitts burg. Tons upon tons in more than 150 PATTERNS Are stacked up in our storage warehouse and shown in our store all this season's im portation and offered at clos est importers' prices, whole sale and retail, with special prices by the rolL JAPANESE MATTINGS Of finest grass and wonder fully close and even quality, upon which are Scattered ele gant and unique designs of grass embroidery of various colors we show in large vari ety. NEW CURTAINS. The Curtain Department is all ablaze with the lovely new colorinsfs and designs in heavy curtains. You can see them in the splendid light of the new curtain salesroom. Brussels Lace, Renaissance, Brussels Point, Irish Point, Cluny Lace, Swiss Tambour, Antique Lace. These gossamer-like crea tions of the loom in an end less variety and at lowest prices. 0. McCLINTOGK & CO., 33 FIFTH AVE. ap7 W1 E JUDGE a man's character by the company he keeps. His good or bad taste is seen at a glance in THE HAT HE WEARS. A good dresser is as,partioular In selecting the style as he is in the quality. Thatwo carry the best qualities cannot be disputed. That our styles are correct, we append the makes of gentlemen's hats for whioh we are sole agents: Knox's world-renowned hats. Tress & Co.'s English hats. "Victor Jay&Co.'s English hats. A. J. White's English hats. Robt. Heath's English hats. In the above shapes we also" CARRY A LARGE LINE -OP- STIFF HATS -roB- $4, $3 and $2 PAULSON BROS. 441 Wood Street. mh23.69HWT STORAGE. HOUSEHOLD GOODS cared lor at reasonable rates. Separate and private apartments rented for any period. Furniture packing and transferring; PENNSYLVANIA STOBAGE CO, ' . , i. fMOandUWMerw. . Telephone 162& mMotWT iliiiia His! A rr- z - 1 1 . . NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. B.&B. fuste Dress Goods -AND- SUITINGS This week at popular prices. IMPORTED SUITINGS In new weaves of Invisible'Stripes, in solid colors. Latest Paris shades at values fl and $1 25 tbat are unusually choice. American feuitings In Cheviots or Invisible Checks and Plaid Mixtures at 33c. High class and stylish Plaids for Young Ladies' and Misses' Suits. G5c, 75c, Jl and U 25. FKENCH AND GERMAN TAILOR SUITING. A large, choice collection at 75 and 85c. Goods tbat usually sold at 1. CO-inch English Suitings, (1, $1 25. (2 and 2 40. Many exclusive styles. Special offering, FINE PAEIS EOBES, 18 to $10 each. Newest shades in FRENCH BROAD CLOTHS for Costumes and Capes, at special prices. Extra values in Fine Black Broadcloths. 46-inch BLACK SILK WARP CASH MERES, at SI, a remarkable bargain. New Lace Curtains, New Portiers, New Silk Curtains, New Draperies. New Upholstering Goods at such prices and large variety that will pay you to in vestigate before yon do your house furnish ing. ' Boggs&Buhl, Allegheny. ap7-B .HEADQUARTERS -FOK ONYX HOSIERY. We are now prepared to show von a foil line of tbls brand ot Hosiery in Ladies' Men's Misses' and Boys', all weights, in plain and ribbed. The best 35c Fast Black Stocking (ladles) in the city. ' A. finer grade at 23c, or 3 pairs for SI; extra value. A fine quality medium weight, 40c apair; sold last year at 50c a pair. Very fine quality white heels and toes at 50c a pair. Fine medium weight, plain black feet, at 50c a pair; Electric brand. Medium weight high-spliced heels and toes, 60c a pair. Medium weight finer quality Ingrain, high spliced beets and toes, 75c a pair. Ladies' Onyx Black Lisle Hose. Ladies' plain and Richelieu rib lisle hose at 50c a pair; extra values. Ladies' plain very fine ganze lisle at SI a pair: alo fine drop-stitch at same price. Ladles' extra large size cotton hose, in black, in light medium and heavy weight, at 50c, 60c and 75c a pair. Ladies' extra large size lisle thread hose at 75c and SI a pair. Children's Fast Black Cotton Hose. Boys' ribbed cotton hose at 25c a pair, for all sizes, 6 to 9. ' Heavier weicbt at 35c a pair, for all sizes, 6 to 9; extra value. Very heavy double knee hose for boys, size 6 to 9, prices 35c to 70c per pair, according to size. Fine ribbed medium weight onyx cotton hose, size 6 to 9, prices 35c to 60c a pair, according to size. , Very fine rib light-weiebt medium onyx, suit able for misses, size 5 to 9, prices 45c to 70c a pair, according to size. Medium weight 7 and 1 rib hose, onyx, all sizes, 6 to 9K, prices 50c to 75c, according to sice. Extra heavy double-knee onyx for boys, all sizes, 6 to 9 prices range -from 55c to 85c a pair. Other grades and weights, too numerous to mention, to be bad, and all stainless, black and extra values. Misses' tilain black cotton hose. onvx. 25c a pair for' all sizes 6 to 8, and 20o a pair f or 5 and 5K; best we have ever shown at the price. Better grade Misses plain cotton onyx, all sizes 5 to 8, prices range Irom 25c to 40c a pair. Medium weight ingrain plain cotton bose, onyx, all sizes, 5 to 8K. prices 35c to 50c a pair. Heavy-weight douule knee plain cotton, onyx, all sizes, 5 to &, prices 40c to 60c a pair, accord ing to size. Misses' plain silk bose. onyx tbls is some thing new. We have all sizes, 5 to 8, and prices range from G5c to SI a pair. Children's stainless black silk bose, in fine rib, all sizes, 5 to 9 incb. prices range from 80c to SI 40 a pair. If you want hosiery of any kind examine onr stock first, as it might be to your advantage, for we have all kinds, sizes and prices from Zoc np to S9 a pair. HORNE & WARD, 41 FIFTH A VEirmS. apS-B THE DISPATCH BUSINESS OFFICE' HAS BEEN REMOVED To corner Bmitnfltld and Diamond sts. """ xob9-117 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. - i 1II1I To you, ' gentlemen, that we have a wide awake Gents' Furnishing Department we shall place on sale to-day 500 dozen Gents' Pure Linen Col lars, and worth 20c, at 9c each; also 500 dozen. Gents' Pure Linen Cuffs, and worth 25c, at 14c per pair. See our Satin Stripe Shirt at 98c; the finest in the town at the price. See our Linen Bosom Shirt at 74c; equal to any $1 shirt in the two cities.. Our two specialties in Un laundried Shirts, the Town Talk, at 48c, and the None Such at 69c, are admitted by all to be the best ever offered. We have the largest and finest stock of Neckwear in the two cities the prices are 24c, 49c, 74c, 98c about one half the price asked by other houses. , Our.stockof Underwear for Men, Women and Children is now complete and comprises everything in Silk, Lisle Thread, Balbriggan, Cotton and Wool. Prices are as low as they possibly can be for first-class goods. Don't forget that we have the Mother's Friend Boys' Shirt Waists in Percale, Che viot and Flannel, at 49c. 74c, 89c and 98c each. We posi tively guarantee every waist not to rip or to lose a button either in, wearing or washing. Special Just received, 100 dozen Boys' French Flannel Waists, plaited front and back, well made, sizes 4 to 13, at 49c each they're worth a dollar. There are still some oL those 25c Percale Waists left. Come soon if you want any of them. DANZIGER'SS Sixth St. and Penn Ave,, Pittsburg, Pa. TEETH H. t7 AND 1C. FULL rnm. Eleg&r' set., fine . fillings aspecrwtv. Vitalized sir 50C. UK. PaiLI.IPS. SOU Penn aye., makes or repairs sets while you wait. Open Snndavs. mh3-143 CHEAP HOMES -AND- LOW RENTS. The prettiest place, the healthiest place and the cheapest homes to be found about this city are to be found in KNOX VTLIiE. Convenient to the city, good paved streets, natural and artificial gas, city water, good sidewalks, good schools, good churches, low taxes. Lovely homes for sale on SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS. A number of good houses to rent at very moderate pricea BTTake Southside street cars to Twelfth street and Mt Oliver Incline Plane and street cars, or Thirteenth street and electric street cars until new Knoxville Incline is completed (About April L) KNOXVILLE LAND NO. 85 KNOX KNOXVILLE t P. O. ADDRESS: P. O. Box 696, Pittsburg, Pa. LAIRD'S SHOE STORES. SUPERIOR BARGAINS IN Boots, Shoes, Rubbers and Slippers. Our New Retail Shoe Store, No. 433 Wood street, is be coming more popular every day. Stock all fresh, new and fashionable. It is located very conveniently between Fifth avenue and Diamond alley. Our Market Street Shoe Stores are enlarged and are mora attractive than ever. We now occupy- three buildings, Noa. 4O6.408 and 410, where we will continue to gratify the pub-, lie with our genuine bargains all the year round. w. :m: N. B. Our 615 Wood street house is devoted entirely to wholesale traffic. The latest, best and most advantageous stock will always be found here. The attention of wholesale buyers is called to this point. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Q0frO RARE VALUES BOYS' SUITS. The dressing of the Boys reflects the taste of the parents, and for this reason we take special pains in collecting onr Boys' and Children's Clothing. You will find onr as sortment the most handsome and complete. For this week we are oSering some Aston ishing Bargains. Boys' Knee-Pant Suits, sizes 4 to 14 yean, all-wool, stylish Cassimere, at $4; all-wool, nobby Cheviots, at ?4 50 and ?4 75. There are all-wool materials at lower prices, bnt they are harsh and of ordinary finish. These goods are of fine finish, soft touch, new pat terns, and not one of them can be matched elsewhere under $6. You'll save by seeing them. Complete assortment also of cheaper qualities down to $1 10 and finer qualities up to 512. Boys' Vest Suits, sizes 5 to 15 years, new est designs in all grades, from 5 50 to Jit. The ladies greatly admire our Kilt Suits, sizes 2yi to 6 years; one, two-piece and vest styles. Prices, fl 25 to 10. Latest styles also in Hats, Shirt Waists, Ties, etc. Lots ol Fun for the Boys A Blast Gua gratis with every Suit, Noisy, hut harm less. ' Strassburger&Joseph Tailors, Clothiers and Hatters, 161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny. o apS-wrsn MANUFACTURERS AND MERCHANTS INS. CO., 417 Wood st, Pittsburg. Pa. Capital. rEO,000 00 AsseU, January 1, 1S9Q. 370,211 70 Directors Cbarles f. Batcholor. President; John W. Cbaifant. Vice President: A. E. W. Painter. Robert Lea, M. W. Watson, John Wil son, Josepb Walton, Win. G. Park, A. M. By ers, lames J. Donnel, Georee E. Painter, John Thompson. Wm. T. Adair, Secretary; James Little, Assistant Secretary; August Amnion, General Aeent. ia22-32-itws Established 1832. BROOM CORN. Broom Manufacturers Supplies PEANUTS. ROBERT DICKEY k CO., 77 WATER ST. AND W5 FIRST AVE. Telephone 163. W&SJinvrr THE DISPATCH BUSINESS OFFICE HAS BEEN REMOVED TO CORNER SMITHFIELD AND DIAMOND STS. mhW17 IMPROVEMENT CO i AVENUE, BOROUGH. mhSS-TT-WSTT laird. iLk!s!fiL' iil.i ..ia&toi:v.5:W.