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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1890. I Til ?fc f THE NICELFS' PARDON -a Sought by Learned Counsel Who Will Present Arguments To-Day. ' THE DEFENSE HAS MORE EYlDEXCE An Old Man at Bellefonte Suicides bj Slioolins Himself. FAIETTE CODXTI LICESSES GRANTED n;rrCIAL TELEGRAM TO TIIE DIRFATCH.2 IIAKBISBTTEG, April 14. The Board of Pardons this afternoon heard the cases of Charles Laribee, who is serving a life sen tence for the murder of a nesro named "Williams. Captain "William H. SliClel Jand represented the prisoner. "W. D. Moore appeared for John Glenz, convicted of selling liquor without a license and on Sunday. Executive clemency was askeil mainly on the grounder the applicant's poor health. To-morrow morning the Nicely murder case will be argued. General William H. Koontz is here in the interest of the murderers, and John Cessna and Mr. Kooser" will oppose a favorable consideration. The defense at the meeting will present additional evidence to indicate the in nocence of tne prisoners, and tho Common wealth will submit deposition from new wit nesses identifying tho clothing worn by the murderers on tho night ot the murder of Her man Umberger. FAIETTE COUXTY LICENSES. TJniontofm Cnpturea the Snmf Number rh the Preceding Year. FPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH. 1 Usioxtotvx. April 14 Judge Ewing granted hotel licenses to the same old parties in Union town to-day. J. L Feather, of Clinton House: Llojd Jlabaney, Spottsvlvania House; James Moran, Moran House; Charles Rush, JUcClel Und House; George F. Titlow, Jennings House. Buss 13eall and G. W. Litman arc left out in the cold. In Connellsville the same old houses wre licensed, except that of W. A. JSlcHuch's. His was taken lioin him and given to John Dixon. It was proed that Marian Crowell, who killed his rival whilo drinking, got his whisky at Mcllugh's place, in Brownsville no changes were made except at the Monongahela House. The license of D. H. Provish was taken away and civen to F. S. Glial rant. The number of hotel licenses in the county weie not increased or diminished. No whole sale licenses were granted. Distillers in the county were granted license to manufacture, but they were not allowed to sell from their factories, and not allow ed to sell less than ten gallon packages. LOOKS LIKE A STRIKE. Fall Attendance of Delegate! at the Scott dalp Convention. ISrECIAI. TELEGHAM TO TIIE DISPATCH.! Scottdaie, April 14. There was a full at tendance of delegates at to-day's convention of the Knights of Labor, and many resolutions' were passed. Bainej's men will likely be called out on a strike this week, but no definite in formation can be obtained. Rainey has said that they cannot force him into submission and a bitter struggle is annarent Amid cheers the convention adopted Kerfoot's plan for the bet terment of the condition of the miners and passed this resolution: Itesolvcd. That this convention advises all local aEemhlles to appoint committees to discuss and lormi;latc measures for the better education of its metnbtrs and request our Master Workman to see that It Is carried out. The Executive Hoard will meet to-morrow and remain in session until all grievances are fettled and Barney's men are out on a strike. BOLD, LAD BUEGLASS. They Enter a llonc nml Brat the Occupants Willi Beer Battles. ISrECIAL TELEGRAK TO THE DISPATCH. 1 Ca-nton. O., April 14. Burglars entered the residence of Victor Trommelschlager early Sunday morning. Trommelschlager being awakened, called out asking who was in the house, when two men walked np to the bed on which he was lyinc and struck him over the bead with empty beer bottles taken from the saloon below, inflicting severe wounds. His wife hearing tho trouble vailed for help, whenshewas similarly treated and the burg lers fled. She followed them to the floor below, but they escaned through the open door. Aid was then summoned and the wounds dressed. The citizens are aroused at tho numerous robberies committed here lately and decisive steps will be taken to put an end to tho depre dations? SHE DESIRED KOTOEIETI A Woman Petitions the Governor to Pardon Her Brother's Slnyer. rSPECtAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCB.2 MASSILI.OX. April It A statement was sent to the daily press from this city several we '?s ago on the authority of Miss Mary Velah denying emphatically that she had cither written or signed a letter to the Gover nor urging the pardon of Robert McLister, the Smith county life convict, who killed her brother. The letter was the main instrument to secure his release. She now confesses that she did write the letter and says the denial was made to gain a little notoiiety. The young woman emploved a local detective to find out who forged her signature to the letter. SHOT HIMSELF THROUGH THE HEAD. While Slightly Delirious nn Old Man Tabes His Own Lire. srrcTAL Tn.n-.iun to the uispatch.i BEM.EFONTE. April 14. Joseph S. Rauden bush. Jr., of Laurelton, shot himself through the head at 5 o'clock this evening and died two lionrs later. He had fever, and was slightly de lirious at the time. Ho asked his wile to get him a pillow, and while she was out of the room he went to the bureau, obtained his re volver and was about to Are at his head when his wife ran in and tried to prevent him, but lie finally succeeded and lodged a bullet in his brain, back of the ear. He was only 31 years of age, and was a prominent hotel-keeper, merchant and lumber man. He was reported to be quite wealthy, He leaves a wife and one child. A Miner Instantly Killed. rsrrciAL telegham to the dispatch. 1 ELKHons, W. Va., April 14. A fatal acci dent occurred in the Crozer Coal and Coko Company's mines bv the falling of slato from the roof of the mine, killing John Craft in stantly and wonnding Jame3 Kirfauger, and another whose name was not learned. The men were all colored miners. The cause of tho accident is unknown. Mass Merline nt Washington, Fn. ISPEClAlj telegram to the dispatch.1 "Washis otov. Pa., April 14.-P. J. Maguire, Secretary of the Federation of Labor, ad dressed a mass meeting of over 800 onion men of all trades hire to-night. Other local speakers followed, and a great deal of interest was cre ated. The questions were entirely on labor the outlook and the prospects for a betterment all along the line on the 1st of next Mar. Tri-Stntc Breritles. Dennis Haekins was struck by a train late Sunday night near the stone bridge Johnstown, and was instantly killed. He leaves a wife and Ave children. Geoege Washisotok- Wieland, a farmer living near Bellefonte, suicided on Saturday by blowing his bead nff. He was CO years of age and leaves five children. CnAELKS Shaffer, aged 30 years, com mitted suicide yesterday at Stoyestown, Pa., by shooting himself through the head with a re volver. He was insane. Cut Controller Dowling, of Johns town, has finished the work of computing the transcript for that city. The assessed value of the property in the city is $2,300,000. Eight Hungarians were arrested yesterday atScottdaleandsent to jail charged with de molishing furniture in a house and threatening to kill the English-speaking occupants. The Ulairsville Presbytery will meet to-day at Turtle Creek. One of the most important matters to be considered will be a request for the dissolution of the pastoral relations exist ing between Bev. Dr. Beale and the Johnstown congregation. Carl Powell, a well-known employe of the , Wltherow w orks. New Castle, w as killed In the Pittsburg and Lake Erie yard there last night. He was walking the track and did not see the engine winch struck him. He was horribly mangled. The People's btorr. An immense lot of ladies' striped summer M skirts at 45e each. Campbell- & Dick. LATE SEWS IN BRIER Portugal is negotiating with Paris bankers for a loan of 2,500,000. Silherberg&SeligmaruNew York ribbon manufacturers, have assigned. Rights of way are being secured for the proposed Pittsburg and Lexington lialiroaa. iVashington. Pa., courts have decided that pumping oil on Sundav is desecrating the Sab bath. Mart Manson lumped into the river at Seattle to save Sig Johnson, a fellow Swede, but both were don ned. John Dwver. a "West Virginia farmer, went toMeepin the Lowell depot in such a position that he strangled to deatb. The rise in pork has caused the Merchants' and Traders' Produce Exchange, of Nashville, to assign. Liabilities, $100,000. The Fire Association, composed of New Cumberland, Toronto and East Liverpool manufacturers, is to be revived. Mr. Parnell will make a motion in the House of Commons for the rejection of the Irish land purchase bill recently introduced by r. Balfour. The Michigan Central will put on a vesti bule train which will be the fastest in the world. It will make the run between Chicago and New York in 23 hours. Charles G. Williams, 60 years old, at one time a prominent lawyer of Milwaukee, has been sent to nrison for one year for larceny. Dnnk caused his downfall. Miller Mclntyre, of Tweed, Ont, was or dered to leave by white caps. He refused to go. and his house was blown up by dynamite, bnt neither be nor his tamily were injured. Mayor Londoner, of Denver, has created a -ensation hv making public the otfer of a bribe of 540,000 if he wou'd sign an ordinance in the interest ot the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad. The infringement suit of the Montgomery Car Company against the Chicago Street Stable Car Company for 53,000,000 damages has been dismissed on the ground that there was no cause of action. A MOST IilFOETAST MEETING Is That of the Scotch-Irish Consreis Com mittees, to be Held To-Day. The various committees having in charge the details ot the Scotch-Irish Congress, which is to be held in this city on the last three days of next month, have been urgently requested to bo present at the meeting to be held in Pitts burg Council chamber this afternoon at 4 o'clock. .Personal invitations have been mailed to all the members, and a full meeting is very desirable. Colonel John W. Echols, of the local Committee of Arrangements, has been indefatigable in his oversight of the prelimina ries up to this time. A vast number of letters and circulars have been forwarded to points all over tne Union; 1,500 daily newspapers have been furnished with full information as to the details of the congress, its origin and scope, and each ot the 3.000 delegates to the convention has received type-written communications suited to the locality and the person. In all this arduous work Colonel Echols has had no assistance from the committee at large, and a stenographer and atypewriterbavo beeninces santly at work in his office tor sir weeks. The meeting to-day is for the purpose of en listing the active assistancoof the various com mittees, and a consultation will be held as to ways and means, transportation and other im portant matters. It is so essential that every body be present that it is publicly urged upon the members to make it a point to be present. A statement as to progress and expectations will be made by Colonel Echols and an inter esting session is assured A DOLL THAT CAS TALK. One of the Attractions of n Foarth Avenue Broker's Office. Whitney & Stephenson's office on Fourth avenne yesterday was an animated place, 1 hough there was nothing particularly exciting in the stock market. A babv was on exhibi tion a doll baby, the child of Edison's brain. It didn't show any particular mentality, either in feature or cranial development, but was richiv dressed, had beautiful blonde hair, and could recite "Little Jack Horner" from be ginning to end, without a break, enunciating more plainly than any parrot in the city. The designer bad evidently heard some little boy in nankeen breeches recite "Marv had a little lamb" at a country school exhibition, as that style of oratory is invariably followed by the make-believe baby. If children of the present day could only appreciate the advantages they have over those possessed by their grandpar ents in the days when grandma dressed a bricK for a dolly, they would understand that the habeas corpus and trial by jury are not the only blessings derivable from the genius of Anclo-Saxon-Norman blood infusion. It is expected that the next edition of doll babies will serve as models in elocutionary schools. Why the maker of the Edison toy did not arrange to have it open its lips when it declaims is not explained. Blarrlaee Licenses Granted Yesterday. Kame. Residence. (Joseph J. O'Connor Pittsburg NelllcMorcan Allegheny 5 Adelrlcli Kaelln Reserve township l Ada Zehnder Keserve township Jolin McCarthy. Pittsburg I Mary Connolly Pittsburg ! Frances McCnllln Allegheny Margaret Callahan Allegheny 5 John Mahoney Pittsburg (Anna Murphy Pittsburg (Samuel Marshall Homestead 1 Mary Irwin Homestead (Levi Deal Me)ersdale t Margaret Scott New Ccntervllle (JohuPajkos Cambria county ( Maria .Mhalcsik Pittsburg j Charles Norman Etna Auirusta C North Etna (John Evans Elkhorn Jennie Culbertson West Elizabeth ( Klchard K. Stont. Connellsville ( Lavina A. bawlull Ilraddock ( Mathias Walker Pittsburg ( .aiauiua .nmel i lllSDurg j David L. Kock Allegheny I KateM. Hoffmann Allegheny ( Edward O'Hara Pittsburg J Agnes Haieron Pittsburg t William M. Ulmer McKeesport 1 Elizabeth McKee McKeesport ( George Lauer Pittsburg Mary WW. Pittsburg (Jacob Flrle Pittsburg (Julia Graf. Allegheny (John bciimid Pittsburg Thcresla Sattle Pittsburg j Martin W. Oliver Alleghenv Minnie H. Kelly. Allegheny (Patrick J. btact Pittsburg ) EllaM. Kyan Pittsburg TncJigestion IS not only a distressing complaint, ol itself, but, by causing the blood to become depraved and the system en feebled, is the parent of innumerable maladies. That Ayers Sarsaparilla is the best cure for Indigestion, even when complicated w ithliver Complaint, is proved by the following testimony from Mrs. Joseph Lake, of Brockwiij Centre, Mich.: "Liver complaint and indigestion xaade my life a burden and came near ending my existence. For more than four years I suffered untold agony, was reduced almost to a skeleton, and hardly had strength to drag myself about. All kinds of food distressed me, and only the most delicate could be digested at oti. "Within the time mentioned several physicians treated me without giving re lief. Nothing that I took seemed to do any permanent good until I commenced the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, which has produced woncfBrful results. Soon after commencing to take the Sarsapa rilla I could see an improvement in my condition. My appetite began to return and with it came the ability to digest all the food taken, my strength im proved each day, and after a few months of faithful attention to your directions, I found myself a well woman, able to attend to .all household duties. The medicine has given me a new lease of life." yer's Sarsaparilla, PEEPAETD BT i D'. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass trice $1 ; six bottles, $2. Worth $5 a bottle. BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA. 150 CUPS FOB SL CHOICEST. PUREST. BEST. TRY IT. The Great English Complexion SOAP. SOAP. Of all Drnsi'sts, tot leware of Imitation.. FAITHFUL TU HIS CHARGE. A Newfoundland Doc That Refused to Desert Hit Little Slaster. A fat little German boy lay asleep on a bench in the Allegheny station, last night, with a huge Newfoundland dog stretched on the floor. The urchin was fast enough in the arms of Morpheus, but tho dog's eye opened very readi ly it any one approached his young master. Tho two waifs were found astray at th6 end of the Troy Hill line about 6 o'clock last evening. The boy chattered in German and English, and said his name was Jacob, but he couldn't say where he and the dog lived. The dog was, of course, useless, but to anybody who was up in the dog language the wagging of his tail was eloquent. The pair were conveyed to the Mavor's office, and Jacob was taken ont by Captain Wilson and given his supper. The dog went right along, and his pertinacity prompted the front office people to put up an attempt to smuggle the little chap ont and away from the dog. Hut the latter couldn't be shaken. Then some of tho boys made up a collection. At midnight the boy was asleep, holding tightly to a handful of nickels, with the dog as sentinel. No one had put in an appearance in search of the pair. Caught In the Act. Last night Detectives Coulson and Fitzgerald arrested Thomas Golden on a chargeof robbing Edmunson's store, and a hearing will be given him this morning. The prisoner will be held for complicity in othor robberies. Sleeplessness, nervous prostration, nervous dyspepsia, dullness, blues, cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine. Samples free at Jos. Fleming & Son's, Market st. "We will offer on Friday and Saturday of this week 300 doz. pure linen Huck towels, worth regularly 15c, at 10c a piece. TXSSU HUGUS & HACKE, Tne People's Store. A 26-in. Gloria silk umbrella paragon frame gold head for 1 Campbell & Dick. . Urline. Call and see us belore buying vour spring suit Ueling & Sox, Lewis block. Leading Cash Tailors, ttsu 47 Sixth aye. BARGAIN silk sale Friday and Saturday, April 18 and 19. Special ofrerinc of fancy surah silks in stripes and checks on these days, worthy everyone's attention. Genuine SI goods at 50o a yard. ttssu Hughs & Hacke. Bnby DnKsles. The most complete line ever shown in the city at Harrison's Toy Store, 123 Federal st, Allegheny. TJrline. Call and see us before buying your spring suit. TJiiling & Son, Lewis blocK. Leading Cash Tailors, TTSu 4" Sixth ave. DIED. ANDERSON Monday, April 14. at 6:15 p.m., Thomas C, only son or Thomas C. and Julia R. Anderson, aped 4 years, at residence of his parents, corner Soho and Reed streets. Notice of funeral in evening papers. BEACHY On Monday, April 14, 1890. at 11 A. M.-. L. C. Beaciiy, at his residence, 138 Market street, Allegheny, aged 33 years. Notice of funeral hereafter. Somerset county and Uorrill, Kas. papers please copy. BLACK On Sunday, April 13, JOHNSTON Black, in his 47th year. Funeral from his late residence, 189 Magnolia street, on Tuesday, April 15, at 2 o'clock. Friends of tho family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 DAWSON On Monday morning, April 14. 1890, at 10 o'clock, Edna Peakl, only daughter of W. J. and Harriet Dawson, aged 1 year. Funeral will take place from the residence of her parents. No. 1137 Penn avenue, this (Tues day) mokning at 9 o'clock. DONNELLAN On Sunday, April 13, 1890, at 430 r. m., Elizabeth Ann, wife of James Donnellan, in tier 55th ear. Funeral services at the late residencc,Ruther Glen street, Marion station, B. & O. R. R., on Wednesday, the 16th inst., at 2 o'clock r. M. Interment private. Cleveland, O., and Dubuque, la., papers please copy. 3 HEAPHY On Monday, April 14.at 4 o'clock p. M., Miss JULIA HEArBY, in the 50th year of her age. Funeral from the residence of her brother-in-law, Matthew Reilly, No. 120 Eighteenth street, Soutbsidc, on THURSDAY morning at 0 o'clock. High mass at St. John's Church, Southside. Friends of the family are respect fully invited to attend. 2 HOPKINS On Sunday evening, April 13. 1890. Francis, son of James Hopkins, aged 37 years and 9 months. Funeral from tho residence of his brother, James W. Hopkins, Frazier street, between Ward and Boquet streets. Fourteenth ward, on Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend. MOTTS On Monday, April 14, at 4 A. M.. Katie E., daughter ot Henry and Lizzie Motts, aged 21 years and 26 days. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from her parents' resi dence, 1530 Penn avenue, on Wednesday morning. April 16, at 9 o'clock. Ladies' Aid Society No. 21, and Jas. A. Garfield Circle arc requested to attend. All sister lodges are in vited. MATCHNEER On Monday. April 11 1S90, at 930 A. M.. James Conner Matchneer, in fant son of Wm. N., and Lizzie Matchneer. Funeral on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence of his parens, 1S1 Arch street, Allegheny. 2 MILLER At Burlington, la., on Sabbath morning. April 13, 1S90, at 9:30 o'clock, Mrs. Sarah Miller. Funeral services at tne residence of Stephen Mercer, 27 Sherman avenue, Allegheny, on Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. Private interment later. 2 MOHLMAN On Saturday. April 12, 1890, at 930 p.m., Willie, son of Henry and Wil hclraina Mohlman, aged 10 years and 7 months. Funeral from the residence of bis parents, Washington pike, Greentree borough, on TUES DAY, April 15, at 2 o'clock p. m. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 McGOWAN On Monday. April 14, 1890, at 10:45 A. M., Mary Ann McGowan, wifo ot Terrence McGowan, in her 30th year. Funeral from her late residence, Howard street extension. Tenth ward, Allegheny, on WEDNESDAY, at 8:30 a.m. Services at St Boniface Church at 9 a.m. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 WELLAR On Monday. April 14, 1890, at 3 P. M Mrs. Adeline Weller, aged 63 years. Fnneral services at her late residence, 207 Carson street, Southside, on Tuesday, at 7:30 p. M. Interment private. JAMES ARCHIBALD & BRO.. LIVERY AND SALE STABLES, 117,119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below Smithfield st, next door to Central Hotel. Carriagesforfunerals,S3. Carnages for operas, parties, 4c, at the lowest rates. All new car nages. Telephone communication. myl-11-TTS GEO. A. SMITH, FUNERAL DIRECTOR, Cor. Grant and Webster Ave. Allegheny Office, 232 Beaver Avenue. fel8-85-TTS WESTERN i INSURANCE CO. OF PITXSBURG. Assets 5445,501 87 NO. 411 WOOD STREET. ALEXANDER NIM1CK, President. JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President fe22-26-TTS WM. P. HERBERT, Secretary. REPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN 1SC1 ASSET1 - . !9 .071,696 33. Insurance Co. of North America, Losses adjusted and paid uy WILLIAM L JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. ia202-D TEETH, $5, 8, $10. Gold fillings from $1 up, Amilgaro, 50c: silver, 75c; white alloy, $1. Gold Crowns a specialty. DR. J. M. MCCLAREN, Corner Smithfield and Fourth avenue. Je23-TTSu TEETH. I V AND tlC. FULL rum. Elesant sets, fins fillings aspecldltv. Vitalized alf 50c. 1JK. PHILLIPS. Mil Penn ave., mi wait. Open Bandars, make or repairs sets while yon sm23-14S NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. LEADS THEM ALL, $20.00, We sold several hundred of our last season's $20 Chamber Suite, which was then con ceded to- be the best for the money ever sold in Pittsburg. This engraving is a fac simile of our new $20 Cham ber Suite, in antique oak fin ish, which we now introduce to surpass the other in value. ITS STRONG POINTS. We have made larger and heavier the toilet every way (jj inches high by 42 wide); made the washstand larger and added to it a splasher back; made the bedstead (54 inches wide) more massive throughout, and the foot board with a heavier cap and posts. Note the large beveled mirror in landscape shape the hand-rubbed and polished finish the generous size and weight of all the pieces, and their handsome proportions. Neither the maker nor our selves can make much out of it. But then it is one of the triumphs of successful trade. We distribute a large quantity of o-oods at the closest possi ble margin of profit. We buy the largest possible value in a big deal for cash, and then turn it over quickly to our customers, bringing the maker and consumer closer together. Low prices, elegant designs and reliable workmanship characterize our large and general assortment of furni ture for Parlor, Library, Hall, CHAMBER, DINNG ROOM, Office, Etc. McCIMTOCK & CO.,' Furniture, Carpets, Curtains, Bedding, 33 FIFTH AVE. apl2-TTS Our Own Make. There's only one sort to compete with our Spring Suits this season. If you want to see such workmanship and quality outside of our store, the merchant tailors may have it. In like manner with the Spring Overcoats. It would be a threadbare statement to say They're the best We'll say more. Whether you want a luxuriously finished Over sack or a plainer one with lots of style in it. you'll find it at Wanamaker's. The pink of style we re peat: and, they fit. We say that without qualification. Get one from a tony tailor, and it may be as good. It'll be no better in any way. But, here's the clincher. It'll not be a Wanamaker price. That statement will do for the Suits, too. Wanamaker's prices are meant to fetch a big trade just as our goods are meant to fetch the brightest of buyers. They're both doing it hM.-HMiI-"- , I Sst eg H '' "i " f SSSHHSS I g n Wanamaker & Brown Sixtb street and Penn avenue. The finest of tailoring to order and nearly 2,000 styles of goods. A - i-"-pl4-D NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. B.&B. THIS WEEK See the new Colored Silk Crepes in street shades. Silk Crepes in all the lovely light shades have been very desir able, and now Fashion has decreed that this same fabric is to have especial favor bestowed for street dresses. New .Black Silk Crepes in a new weave the Crinkle in the Crepe running lengthwise someone says "trying to weave Accordion Plait ing in Black Silk Crepes" very ef fective, but we think the Accordion Plaiting idea is rather "far fetched." See this new Black Silk Crepe and tell us what you think. Large lot 22-inch India Silks, French Printings, 45 c. 27-inch Indias, 75c, $1, and a lot of Si co ones we bought extra will go this week at $1 a yard, and they are very choice. A choice collection Wash Silks, 24 inches wide, twilled stripes, qual ity superb; colorings adapted for street dresses; ptice oc; value un surpassed; a bargain not equaled anywhere, expresses it better. NEW DRESS GOODS SUITINGS. Paris Robes. 48-inch Silk Warp Gloriosos, Plains and Stripes, $1 50 kind; here they are only Si 25. Dress Trimmings As large and comprehensive an assortment as there is ot Dress Goods. Elegance does not half express the merits of these new Dress Trimmings. The so much less prices than generally prevail on fine Dress Trimmings is the feature that will likely interest you some but the styles and effect iveness more. uhl ogg Allegheny. apl4 -- aotH LADIES AiXD MISSES. Broadcloth Cape, S3 49. Pointed Yoke, front and back, S4 49. Accordion Plaited Embroidered Yoke, S4 98. Full Cape, shawl effect, S5 49. Pinked Cape, fine satin lining,S5 49. Box Plaiting Velvet Emb. Yoke, $6 49. CHILDREN'S REEFERS. Blue, drab and garnet, S2 49. Blue, large sailor collar, 2 99. Fine Cheviots in stripes, S3 24. ' OLD LADIES' WRAPS. Cashmere, Cloth or Silk, S7 98, S10, S12. LADIES' PEASANT COATS. Black, Blue, Tan, Green or in Plaids, S4 49, S7, S8, Sio. Ladies' Jerseys and Silk Waists, The largest and best selected line in the skirt. city; colors tb match any Ladies' Wrappers and Tea Gowns, Calico Wrappers, 99c, Si 24, Si 49. Gingham Wrappers, Si 74, Si 99. Sateen Tea Gowns, $2 99. LADIES' JACKETS. Every conceivable style of cloth and every shade manufactured is found in our stock, made plain, high shoulders, revere front, vest front, in regular lengths and in the three-quarter styles. Just received a handsome line of Ladies' Flannel Blazers, plain, striped and in polka dots; also the "Estelle Clayton" Shirt Waist. DAGGER'S, Sixth St, and Penn Ave., Pittsburg, Pa, s& )ANZIGER'tS -THE AMERICAN FIRE I INSURANCE COMPANY, Philadelphia. Total Assets, January L 18S7........S,301,858 6a EDWARDS &KEN2?EY, Ag'ts, OO FOURTH AVE., Pittsburfc, F. Telephone 76H ja23-41-rrs NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. the: GRATST BARGAIN RIPP0N SPilZ OF THE SEASON will be 71augurated in our store on WEDNESDAY MORN ING, the 16th inst. We have pest purchased a very large lot of GR0S GRAIN AND moire: SA TIN EDGE RIBBONS in all the very best shades at about one-half the real value; Nos. 5, 7, 9, 12, 16. We pro pose to give our customers the BENEFIT of this large re duction, and will offer the goods on Wednesday at prices that will be SURPRISING BARGAINS and worthy of your attention-. This sale BEGINS ON WEDNESDA Y.andfor the first three days will be sold by THE PIECE ONE Y. Please note this. The attention of Merchants, Milliners, Con sumers, Retail Buyers and all who handle or use Ribbons is called to this sale. The goods are LOWER IN PRICE than they have EVER BEFORE BEEN SOLD, and cannot begin to be produced for the prices that we sell tiem at. Notice the WINDOW DIS PLA Y, beginning on TUES DAY MORNING. The sale will commence Wednes day, and, as stated before, for theFIRST THREE DA YS WILL BE SOLD B Y THE PIECE ONLY. These Ribbons are suitable for millinery purposes, dress trimming and fancy work, tying back curtains, andt in fact, everything that Ribbons are used for. HORm WARD, 41 FIFTH A VENUE. apl4-D PAINT! PAINT! PAINT! Paint your "Window Sills, Paint your Bath Tabs, Paint yur Tree Boxes, Paint your Fences, Paint your Wainscoatirjg, Paint your Chairs, Paint your Kitchen Floor, Paint your Kitchen Furniture, Paint your Window Sashes. TVe sell the Iron City Color Company's Paints atlSc a pound for common colors, and 15c apound for Bed, Blue, Oreen and Yellow. "We haye them put up in gallons, half gallons and quarts. Gallons nt SI 35? Half gallons at 70c Quarts at 40c. Fleishman &Co. PITTSBURG, PA. Hotel and Restaurant Supplies. THE DISPATCH BUSINESS OFFICE HAS BEEN REMOVED To corner tiinitii&eld iM Diamond its. mh8-U7 SEW ADVERTISEMENTS. m LIES SOLUTION OF JUDICIOU: The desirability of saving money is pretty widely appreciated, but where and how to save may not be quite so well and widely understood. There is but one store in the city where LOWEST prices for RELIABLE goods rule, and this is, as the majority of peoplp know, at $$0 GUSKY'S 49,999 QWGQOWW&m Where best figures are always found, and right now, for the present week, they are lower than ever before. It is not by favor, but merit alone, that we maintain our reputation and so actively increase our trade. We have the liveliest store in the town, a fact patent to everyone who visits us, and we demon strate hourly, in our every department, that we undersell all self styled com petitors. ANY DAY THIS WEEK You have an opportunity to secure such bargains in any part of our house as were never before submitted in this city. Whether in CLOTHING, HATS and CAPS, GENTS' FURNISHINGS or FOOTWEAR, you'll find the limits of the most slen derly lined pocketbook considered to a sur prising degree. Our new and mag :: nificent display of :: leu's and You Is as fresh as roses with the dew still clinging to them, and never fail to elicit the astonishment and admiration of every beholder. Were we to charter this entire number of the DISPATCH, space would even then fail us to enumerate the countless and exceptional Bargains on offer in our house, among which will be found: Excellent Suits or Overcoats $10, or better ones 12. Splendid Suits or Overcoats 15, select ones 18. Elegant Suits or Overcoats 20, superb ones 24. Good Business Pants 3, fine ones 4 Handsome Dress Pants 5, elegant ones 7. Coat and Test 10 75, iAJgJgoUSANDa -&- Profitable Hints for Parents to Read: In the purchase of Juvenile Apparel nothing is of greater importance than to secure the strongest workmanship, and this is precisely where our Clothing excels that of all other stores, while our prices are invariably :: this week we are Children's Plaited Suits from 98c to 10. Boys' Long-Pant Suits from $2 50 to 815. ' Stylish Kilt Suits $150 to $8. Elegant Jersey Suits 82 50 to 87. Sailor Suits 40c to $5. In these goods you will secure the best value you ever obtained, and will find a choice without limit. Our Special Bargains in S, YOUTHS USD CHILDREN'S HATS AND CAPS Have already excited the whole city, and the constant and steady drain upon' them show that we h.ave exactly met the taste3 and pecuniary resources of all classes. Dm Slid of Spill Foota Is beyond description, and comprises everything for all ages and both sexes, after the very latest society styles. Gr XT siKir The Veteran Clothing House of the State, 300 to 400 MARKET ST. 1 1 -Ml I IN THE THE PROBLEM -OF- 11 li &4$ lie .Spring Clothing -$- lower. During offering :: BUYING s :JSi m mmm