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f ;1f .- jt tf SW fc'VMKW tjj $ -. y THE PITTSBTTRG- DISPATCH. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1890. 5?OiBBIffilffitrSlS'" i ty J w!RlS?lgpwiaiB58RHBPS?5,i SfSWwffll!i'RSK?iisr'?s y t' v m -' Hia CAMEGMT IN IT. The American Midland Kailroad Purchased by New Yorkers. KOYEL CASE OF ALLEGED BRIBERY The f urchaser Fails to Get the Full Yalne of Bis Shaky Investment WASHIXGTON FARMERS 0RGAK1ZE rgrECMI. TELEMIXK TO TBS DISri.TCIt.1 Findlay, April 22. J. P. Carothers, re ceiver of the American Midland Kailroad, arrived in tbe city last night. He says that nearly all of the claims against the road have been bought by a syndicate of New Yorkers, who expect to buy in the road and complete it. These parties have abundant capital, and do not represent any other road. Iff was at one time rumored that the Carnegie party would purchase the line to form a loop for the Pittsburg, Akron and "Western to Chicago. Receiver Carothers says the parties .buying are in no way connected with either Carnegie or the Pennsylvania line. When ,they get possession they will at i once complete the present line to Fort Wayne, so that cars will be running throuch this sum mer. The eastern oart of tbe line has not yet been determined upon, but it will be built so as to clve throuch connections to the principal Eastern cities. The United States Court will soon order a tale of the rod, which will probably occur not later than June L The surveying corps or the Pittsbure, Akron and Western was here aRain yesterday, running a line through tin ctfy. Tbey announced that tbe line decided upon will pass throncb the southern part of the city, and then Teer to the southwest, whore it would cross the American Midland two miles west of the city. FAIETTE COUNTY TALKS. planner of Chooalns Delrjrnto to the Con eresilonal District Convention. riPECIAl. TKLIQRAM TO TH DISrATCH. TJniontown. April 23. Saturday, Jue U, was set by the Fayette Eepublican County Committee as the date for the primaries, and Monday. June 16, for the county convention. Tbe conrention adopted tbe following resolu tions to-day: Whereas, The lolnt conference or three rep refertsllves from Men of the counties composing the Twenty-fourth Congressional District, held In Plttsburc In 1SS8. authorized the county com mittees to determine the manner or choosing the Concessional dtlesates for their respective coun ties. Resolved, That the 14 delegates to which Favette count Is entitled in the District Congressional Convention of lf93 shall be elected at the county convention at which the county ticket Is nom inated, and that all candidates for Congressional delegates shall he announced in the Republican newspapers of theconntvand he voted for at the primaries, as Is required of all candidates accord ing to rule 5. The estranged feeling between Democratic County Chairman Tborndell and Colonel Sea ngbt is becoming more marked, despite the wily Colonel's asertions to the contrary. Chairman Tborndell said to-day that he was in tbe fight to Btav. and that if Colonel Searlfbt expected him to fly tbe track at bis bidding be was mistaken in his man. TOOK BOTH CASH AND WHISKT. A West Virginian Gets S3 and Several Drlnka nnd Votes tbe Otbrr War. tSFECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH, WnEEi.ri.-o. April 22. Jack Cunningham, of Marion county, was put on trial in the United States Circuit Conrt jesterdav, an indictment for attempting to bribe A. J, Keller to rote the Democratic ticket. Keller testified that tbe defendant gave him a quantity of whisky, which be drank, after which he gave him three more drinks. After that he gave him another quart of whisky, $5 and a voting ticket which, 'he said, had two or three Democratic candi dates' names on it. This ticket Keller put in bis pocket, having already a Republican ticket. He was not too drunk to vote the lit- 'ter ticket, keeping the other and producing it in court. It was a straight Democratic ticket, llio only scratching on it being on the amend ments. District Attornev Stnrgis is conducting the prosecution, and Hon. G. W. Atkinson and M. N. Arnatt, of Fairmont, appear for tbe de fense. THE A5IB1TI0DS BOROUGH McKeesport Makca a Lively Fight to Gain u City Charter. rSrECIAT, TZLEGHAJl TO THE DISPATCH.l McKeesport, April 21 The agitation over the question of securing a city charter for this borongh becomes more and more interesting every day. It is believed that tbe change will be greatly simplified by preparing a petition to court now praying that tho town be districted and a number ot new wards erected. Judgo Ening, it Is said, favors such a move. The new wards ought to be erected before the city char ter is secured. The forthcoming census will be taken in June, and for tbe purpose desired McKeesport can get the Government hgures of the popula tion in about a month after the count is made and long before it is published, by an applica tisn to the Census Commissioner at Washing ton. City charters are only granted to towns having upward of 10,000 inhabitants. Tbe niBDnfield Murders Increasing. TSrSCIAI.TELEQBA.MTO THE DISPATCH.' Mansfield, Pa., April 22. At 8 o'clock to night William Chambers, aged 20 years, and Owen Riley, the same age, engaged in drunken quarrel in front of Jacob Rappers wholesale liquor store, at tbe corner or Third avenue and Church street, Chartiers borough. Cham bers received a deep stab near the kidneys and may die as a result. He was carried on a stretcher to his home at North Mansfield. Dr. Husleer was called in and dressed the injured m.n's wound. Officers have started on the trail or RUey, who lives at Walker's Mills. A Railroad Contract Let. IrrECIAJ. TZI.EOKAK TO THE DISPATCH.! Akron, Om April 22. The contract for grad ing and building of bridges, except those ot iron, on the Pittsburg, Akron and Western Railroad, was let at the office or the company this afternoon to Creech S. Lee, of Henngton, Kan contractors. It covers the road between Akron and Plymouth, a distance or 70 miles. The 40 miles between Plvmoutb and Corey are alreadv under contract. The road bed is to be ready tor ties by October 1, and work will bo begnn at once, Boata Iot fop s.ilt River. -PVCIAt.TEI.EGPAM TO THE DISPATCH.l Wheeling, April 21 The Naphtha Yacht Company, of Wheeling, has been chartered by , the new Secretary of State. The company has ' "n authorized capital or 525,000, and is rormed for the purpose of owning and running naphtha vachtson the Ohio and its tributaries. These boats -hi!1 be used especially lor pleasure, or .perhaps light passenger trade. xr-?.l.i... r . .- . . 'tMiniiinivu vuuuu riinnrn ITCunlZing. ' 1SPECIAL TELEOUAM TO TH DlSPATCtt.1 Washington, Pa April 22. The farmers of this county are taking steps toward the or ganization of a league or alliance for the pur pose -6T sustaining their political rights. As jet nothing definite has been done, but it is said that-an organization or the kind mentioned will be effected in the very near future. w TrI-Stnle Xevrn Note. ' Another unknown body was round in Stony creek, near Johnstown, yesterday. Samuel Thomas, or Thomas Mills. Somer set county, hanged himself yesterday. A BANQUET will be given by the Alumni As sociation of Scottdale on the evening or April 28. The Democratic Congressional Committee for tbe new Fifteenth district will meet at Mansfield. O., June 21. Three children of Mrs. Hawk, of Larimer. Pa., ate some roots they found while digging. ' Three lunerals may result. Destructive fires prevail in the Blue Mountains, ten miles from Bethlehem, Pa. Much property has oeen destroyed. A civil engineer named Fanst was arrested at bcottdalo Monday for trespassing. This i the first case of the kind ever noted In Western Pennsylvania. Becretary or Statk Onley, appointed by Governor Fleming, or West Yirginla, took his eat yesterday, displacing H. S. WaUter. a five years' incumbent. James Morrow, a brother of J. C. Morrow, of Scottdale, was found dead at Ohio Pyle Palls yesterday morning. He was missing from home for two months. Av ..... ... .. , - -. . - - -..s.p wM mug xo ourn ine limn Agricultural Works yesterday, dthe Are plicants from Braddockis very unsatisfactory to the general public The proprietors of the four largest hotels were refused. W. M. Campbell, son of William Campocll, of New Florence, Pa., was found dead beside the track at that place yesterday morning, sup posed to have been struck by a train. Mrs. Charles Mills, the wife of tbe late editor of the Daily A'etn, of Braddock, has assumed charge of that journal, and attends to molt of the front office work herself. Lafayette Browi?, yard conductor on the P. 4 V. at New Castle, was instantly killed there yesterday by being squeezed between the cars. He leaves a wire and five children. POST 59, G. A. R., of McKeesport. has ap pointed Captain F. A. Chadwick, T. C. Craw, ford, Alex. Boyd, J. K. Spangler andF. Pat terson to arrange for the Memorial Day exer cises. Sherman L. Knight, a well-known school teacher, of Tiffin, O., has secured 11,000 from the Commercial Bank on a note which his father pronounces a forgery. Knight has dis appeared. Mormons and Gentiles have at last compined. A grand Inter-Mountain Exposition and Car nival will be held in October at Salt Lake City, to which both classes will contribute. It villi last two weeks. George E. Hamilton and David Nlcbol, of Braddock, are the applicants for the Labor Bureau position made vacant by the death of Captain H. C. Teeters, formerly of the Edgar Thomson Steel Works. The new City Council of Massillon, O., organized last night by electine J. R. Schlazel. Democrat, as President. The Mayor is a Re publican, and the Council have a tie vote. Tbe result was a political surprise. The question of the city government of Lima, 0- will probably be brougbt into the courts on account of members of the City Councils who claim to hold over on account of alleged gerrymandering by the Democratic ad ministration. Talvnlar Diaeaie of Heart. Dr. Flint's Remedy, in cases of chronic valvular disease of the heart, should be. used to remove tbe affection and abolish the pain which is felt with or without muscular exer tion. Decriotlve treatise with each bottle. At all druggists, or address Mack Drng Co., N. Y. JtWF BROKAW BEO.'S Celebrated Make of Boys' Clothing A. L. Sailor, Sixth nnd Liberty Streets, Sole Agent. This spring's fashionable suits and gar ments for tbe small laddies come in very pretty styles, both rough and smooth goods. The shapes are attractive, and tbe qualities sterling. This firm's makes are lor sale only by Sailor, Sixth and Liberty. MWS Ribbons! Ribbons! Ribbons! 500 cartoons direct from manufactories in every conceivable tint for trimmings, etc., either by the yard or piece at wholesale prices. Velvet ribbons, all silk faced, cotton or satin backjust as you please. All colors and every desirable width to be found at the People's store. Campbell & Dice. Home Orcbritrn. $25 for an orchestra of four. First violin, cello. Second violiD, flute. $50 for an orchestra of six. Two first violins, one second violin, one viola, one cello, one B b cornet. Get them at Hamilton's, 91 Fifth avenue. Another Great Bargain In Printed India Silks. We out on our silk counters to-day 150 pieces fine quality India silks, 27" inches wide, at 75c, fully worth $1, and the styles are choice. Jos. Hoene & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. Bargains lo Silks. Bargains in velvets. Bargains in laces. Bargains in black goods. Kxable & Shitstee, 35 Fifth are. Another Great Bargain In Printed India Silks. "We put on our silk counters to-day 150 pieces fine quality i India silks, 27 inches wide, at 75c, fully worth $1, and the styles are choice. Jos. Horne & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. New lines of neckwear opened every dav. We alwavs have the latest. Chas. Pleifer's, 443 Smithfield and 100 Federal sts.. Alle gheny, iiwr Bargains to-day in coats, wraps, jack ets, capes and shawls. Kn able & Shtsteb. 35 Fifth ave. Bring yonr photos to be copied to Elec tric Portrait Company, 10 and 12 Sixth st.; crayons, water colors, etc.; best work; lowest prices. ws E. & "W. deess shields, the best in the world. Only to be had at 710 Penn ave. Reining & "Wilds. Bargains to-day in coats, wraps, jack ets, capes and shawls. Kxable & Shuster, 35 Filth ave. Beautiful rings. lowest prices. Hauch's Jewelry Store, No. 295 Fifth ave. wpsu Men's medium-weight underwear st James H. Aiken & Co.'s, 100 Fifth ave. Buy your silverware at Hauch's and save money. 295 Fifth ave. wrsu Lace curtain bargains to-day, at Enable & Shuster's, 35 Fifth ave. Marriage Licenses Uranied Yesterday. Sunt Besldsnee. (Isaac Qsrrls .-. Oskmont ( Alary A. L&ngdon OaLmont J Henry Wicker Snarpsburg J Eleanor L. Burkhart Mlllvale t William A. SlcFarland Jeannette I Margaret M. Lanigan Monongahela City J E. K. Stofel Ford City IBtellaK. Pratt Harrison township ( Andrew Adams Pittsburg i Marraret E. Dryden Snarpsburg J William 8 Dorrs Chxrtler. Mary Pierson Chartiers J John Damn Allegheny I Annie M. Zuber Allegheny I H. B. Chlpperficld Allegheny IMvrtleA Agcy oakmont J Valentine Otto Green Tree ) Emma Watt Green Iree J Peter J. Oulnn Braddock I Mary Lofius Braddock I George bcheobel Pittsburg Annie bcuench Pittsburg 5 Frank Bryan Stowa township X Mary bteinmllter .. btowc township J Michael McBrlde Pittsburg (Minnie Morgan Pittsburg (John M. Kletzly Pittsburg (Elizabeth P. bpabn Pittsburg t James Goldbacb Mimin township Annie Flesrer Mifflin township ( A. C Vanuevort Callery Junction ( Anna M. Wilson Callery Junction f W llllam Blebert Pittsburg ( Louisa KalK Pittsburg (Alexis J Colllgan Tarentum ( Maria U. A. Burt larentum J Reese Keese Allegheny ( Annie Jones Alleehcny j I.udwls Sauer Pittsburg I Vi alburce Koehl Pittsburg III. K. Koebler Pittsburg iCurrleCook Pittsburg In the Spring Nearly everybody needs a good medicine. The mpurities which have accumulated in the blood during tbe cold months, mnst be expelled or when the mild days come, and the effect of bracing air is lost, the body Is liable to be over come by debility or some serious disease. The remarkable success achieved ny Hood's Sar saparilla, and the many words of praise it has received, make it worthy of your confidence. We ask you to give this medicine a tnaL 'Every spring for years I have made It a prac tice to take from three to five bottles of Hood's Sarsapanlla, becanse I know it purifies the blood and thoroughly cleanses the system of all impurities." W. H. Lawrence. Editor Agri cultural Epltomist, Indiauapohs, Ind. Hood's Sarsaparilla Gratifying to All. The high position attained and the universal acceptance and approval ot the pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs, as the most excel lent laxative known, illustrate the value ot tho qualities on which its success is based and are abundantly gratifying to the California Fig Syrup Company. A Biff Bargain In Silk 1 1 150 pieces on counters to-day, 27 inches wide, fine quality, best colorings. Printed India silks at 75c, worth $1. Jos. Horns & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. A Bargain. A full grand rosewood case Chickering piano, nearly as good as new, will be sold for 5275 at Hamilton's Music Store, 91 Fifth avenue. Pongee, cheviot and all grades of flannel and Mohair shirts at Chas. Pleifer's, 443 Smithfield and 100 Federal sts., Allegheny. MWP Baby Coaches. See our $7 and (8 full sized carriages with plush roll. They are value received at Har rison's Hoy Store, 123 Federal st. Alle gheny. But vour clocks at Hauch's, cheapest place in the city. 295 Fifth ave. wrsu To-day for bargains in sateens; 20-cent goods all marked 1134 cents a yard. Knable & Shusteb, 35 Fifth ave. Men's medium-weight underwear James H. Aiken & Co.'s, 100 Fifth ave. at Good reliable watches, verv low prices, at Hauch's, No. 295 Fifth ave. wpsu To-day for bargains iu sateens; 20-cent goods all marked 11)4 cents a yard. Knable & Shusteb, 35 Fiith ave. Baby Coaches. See our 57 and $8 full sized carriages with plush roll. They are value received at Har rison's Toy Store, 123 Federal st, Alle gheny. MARRIED. SMITH-HOLMES-On Tuesday. April 22, 1890, by the Rev. DeWltt M. Benham, Nor man M. Smith and Margaret W. Holmes. DIED. BO YLE-On Tuesday, April 22, at 8 40 P. K., Lucius Robfrt Boylk. aged years. Funeral services at bis late residence, in Glb sonton. Pa,, Thursday Morning, April 24, at 11 o'clock. a BURKE On Monday, April 21, 1S90, at 5 P. m., Thomas, son of Thomas J. and Mary A. Burke, grandson of Henry and Mary Donahue, aged 6 months IS days. Funeral from the residence of his parents, 2915 Harcum alley, on Wednesday at 2 p. m. Friends of tbe family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 DAVIDSON-On Tuesday, April 12, 1890 Margaret Parker, youngest daughter of Mrs. James Davidson. Fnneral services at the residence of her mother, corner Sheridan avenue and Harvard street. East fcnu, on Thursday afternoon at 220 o'clock. Interment private. 2 DAVIDSON On Tuesday, April 22, at 12.15 p. m., Samuel Davidson (brother-in-law of Officer David Hanna), aged 40 years. Dearest husband thou bast left us, And your loss we deeply feel. It is Ood that has bereft us. He can all our sorrows heal. Fnneral from bis late residence, Craig street, near Ridge, Thirteenth ward, city, on Thurs day, April 24, at 1 P. M. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. FRANCIS On Tuesday evening, April 22, 1890, at 8.55, Mrs. SARAH FRANCIS, aged 45 years. Funeral from her late residence, SO Old ave nue, on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends ot the family are respectfully invited to attend. Cincinnati and Kansas City papers please .cony.j FLINN On Monday, April 2L 1890, at 750 A. m , Patrick Flinn, brother-in-law or James Lantry, aged 57 years. Fnneral will take place from his brother-in-law's residence. Thirty-fourth and Smallman streets, on Wednesday morning at 8.30 to proceed to bt John's Church, where mass will be said at 9 A. M. Friends of the family are re spectfully invited to attend. 2 GRAFF On April 21, 1890, THOMAS J. Graff, aged 56 years. Funeral services at bis late residence, North Htland avenue. Wednesday. April 23, 1890, at 250 P. M. Interment private at a later hour. 2 HARRIS-On Tuesday. Anril 22. 1890. at 8 40 A. m., Arthur Harris, in the 13th year of bis age. Funeral services on Wednesday after noon at 250 at his late home on William street. Thirty-second ward. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. HUSTON On Monday, April 21, at 3 o'clock p. St., Robert J. Huston, in tbe 56th year of his age. Funeral from bis late residence, No. 243 Forty-second street, on Wednesday, April 23, at 2 o'clock P. M. MEYER On Tuedav. April 22, 1890, at 7:45 a. m., Elizabeth Young, wife or the late Charles Meyer, in her 46th year. Funeral services at her late residence, No. 400 Penn avenue, Wednesday, April 23, at 3 p. M. Interment private. PIERSAL On Monday. April 21. at 1:15 P. M., Margaret, wife of It A. Piersal, in the 72d year ot age. Funeral from residence of Charles N. Burtt, No. 2SS Western avenue. Allegheny, on Wednesday, April 23, at 1050 a. m. Friends ot family respectfully invited to attend. 2 VOLLHARDT On Sunday afternoon, April 20, at 5 o'clock, Maria Katharine, wife of John Vollhardt, aged 63 years S months 12 days. Faneral on Wednesday, April 23, at 2 P. st, from her late residence, 59 Hamilton street, Iroy Hill, Allegheny City. Friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend. 2 ZILLIKEN-On Monday, April 2L at 6-45 P. 31., Irva Marie, only daughter and youngest child of Henry and Mary Hunter Zllliken, aged 5 years, 2 months and 26 days. Interment at Brook Cemetery, Wellsbnrg, W. Va., on Wednesday, April 23, at 2 p. m. ANTHONY MEYER, (Successor to Meyer, Arnold & Co., Lira.,) UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER. Office and residence, 11S4 Penn aveaue. Tele phone connection. mylO-oD-HWFSU JAMES M. FULLERTOI, UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER, No. 6 Seventh Street. Telephone 1153. ap27-82--wrsu FLORAL EMBLEMS. ORCHIDS AND ROSES OF RARE BEAUTY. A. M. & J. B. MURDOCH, rin SMITHFIELD ST. "i-V Telephone 429. no20-MWF JOHN R. k L MURDOCH'S LAWN SEED Contains white clover, and wc.ghs 20 pounds to tbe buBheL 508 SMITHFIELD STREET. 'Phone 239. " apl4-MWF p EPRESENTBU IN PITTSBURG IN laCl Asset . r9jnn,696S3. Insurance Co. of North America. Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L JO ES. 84 Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-D TFFTH & AND I1C. FULL Elegant sets. Fine eciaiiy. vitauzea s s si air 65c. OK. PHILLIPS, 800 inn ave., maaes or repairs sets wniie you wait. Open Sundavs. mhI3-143 SPECIAL SALE. During the present week we will sell all our (1 50 Gloves in Lacing, Button and Housquetaire. at $1 a pair, Avail yourself of this opportunity. All gloves fitted and satisfaction guaranteed. LOUVRE GLOVE CO., .18 SIXTH STREET.i.1831 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. WEDDING PRESENTS. We are not boasting, but stating facts when we tell you we have the nicest assortment of goods in the 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 Brass Cabinets, Onyx Pedestals, Marb)e Figures, Fine Plates, Cups and Bancers, Rich Cut Glassware, etc We feel snre you will find something suited to your taste. WATTLES & SHEAFER, JEWELERS, 37 FIFTH AVENUE. ap9-MWT I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II II 1 I I I D 111 ROCKERS! AT 75c ' A new lot of our extremely low-priced Porch Rockers at 75c. Note, these are glued and mortised and tbe rockers are not merely nailed on the posts. Arm Chairs to match at $1 25. Full arm Bockers at $2. RUSTIC ROCKERS. A most dnrable Rocker for ontside use, made of hickory and oak. Selected for comfort in preference to a great many cane chairs. Tt ou may think us early in offering summer goods in tbe midst of early spring trade, but 'tis done to offset your bujing interior goods from the wagon peddlers who come to your front or back door. We guarantee to sell better goods at a less figure than what you nay them, and would be pleased to have all interested call ana examine our stock. 7Mlierj I I I I I I I 11,11 I I I I I I I I I I apHVwrsu LATIMER'S Curtain Sale. 596 PAIRS IRISH POINTS, $5 50. This is a lot worthy of your attention our own importation from the manufacturer at a'price for quality that will interest you. 1,579 PAIRS NOTTINGHAMS, $1. Think of $1 per pair for fine Nottingham Curtains. This gives you something to select from. This, added to our enormous effort in cut prices on CARPETINGS, Crowds us to oar heart's content. T. M. LATIMER. 138 and 1 40 Federal and 45 and 46 South Diamond Sts., Allegheny, Pa. ap23-arwrsu 3DISTHSTOT -AND- DBESST PATENT LEATHER SHOES For misses and children are in fashion. Not merely because they are attractive to the eye, but also for comfort. HIMMELRICH'S Have a magnificent display of these shoes, with cloth uppers seamless, first quality goods, exact fitting in all sizes and widths. It demonstrates further our continuous efforts to place before you the most reliable and latest styles as fast as they leave the artists' hands. Our usual low prices always following. HIMMELRICH'S 430 to 436 Market St,, Braddock House, 916 Braddock Ave. apZO-wrsu MANUFACTURERS AND MERCHANTS INS. CO., 417 Wood St., Pittsburg, Pa. Capital. $350,000 00 Assets, January 1, 1S90. 870,241 70 Directors Charles W. Batchelor, President; John W. Chaifant, Vice President: A E. W. Painter, Robert Lea, M. W. Watson, John Wil son, Joseph Walton, Win. G. Park, A. M. By ers, James J. Donnel, George K. Fainter, John Thompson. Wm. T. Adair, Secretary; James Little, Assistant Secretary; August Ammim, General Agent jai2-32-3iws The Dispatch Business Office HAS BEEN REMOVED To corner Smithfield and Diamond WWW 11 &bhJa SEW ADVERTISEMENTS. READ THIS IT IS ABOUT MEN'S' -AND- HALF HOSE, CHEVIOT SHIRTS, PARASOLS, Men's Spring Underwear -1S- I UlUXt 1JU1J II VVJJI NATURAL WOOL, Merino and Balbriggan, IN White Natural Wool and Colors. Men's Medium Weight Fawn-Color Merino Shirts and Drawers, $1 EACH. Men's Medium White Merino Shirts and Drawers at 50c EACH. Men's Medium Weight White Merino Shirts ana Drawers at SI EACH. Men's Medium Weight White Merino, full regular raade.Shirts and Drawers, $1 SO EACH. Men's Medium Weight, tull regular made. White Wool, Tery soft and nice. Shirts and Drawers at $2 EACH. Men's Medium Weight, full regular made, Cartwright & Warner's English white Merino Shirts and Drawers. The Celebrated Dr. Jaeger's Underwear, for soring and snmmer, all-wool, in Gauze and Medium Weights, single and double breast. The best thing lor well people to keen well, and for sickly ana weak people to get strong. Dr. Warner's Natural Wool Shirts and Drawers in Spring Weights, Shirts and Drawers at $2 each. Men's Light Scotch Lamb's Wool Shirts and Drawers, tbe Very Finest and Best Made. Men's Medium and Light Weights, English made. Natural Wool Shirts and Drawers, in all tbe line, full regular made grades the market can furnish. Men's Fawn-Colored Medium Weight Merino Shirts and Drawers at $2 to $2 SO each. Men's Light Weight Natnral Wool and Silk Shirts ana urawers. Men's English Balbriggan Medium and Super Weights, Plain, Brown and Fancy Stripes. Men's French Printed Balbriggan, fast colors, Shirts and Drawer". Men's Pure Silk Shirts and Drawers, In Light, Medium and Heavy Weights. MEN'S HALF HOSE -IN- SILK, WOOL AND SILK CASHMERES, MERINO, LISLE AND COTTON. Men's Light Weieht Natural Wool K-Hose. Men's Medium Weight Cashmere -Hose in black and colors. Men's Medium Weight Merino -Hose. We have a large line of the Onyx Stainless Black -Hose, in cotton, at 23c, 35c. 50c, 75c per pair, in light and medium weights, all superior values. Also, Lisle at SO and 75c ner pair. Men's Plain Colored Cotton Half Hose, extra yalue. at 25c per pair. Men's Fancy Stripe Cotton Half Hose, at 25c a pair. Men's Fancy Stripe Cotton English Half Hose at 35c a pair. We call special attention to line of English Hand-Made Cotton Half Hose in plain colors and fancy stripes at 50c, 75c, SI, SI 25 and 51 50 per pair. Men's French Lisle Half Hose, plain colors and fancrr stripes, at 60c, 75e and $1 per piir. Mon's Plain Balbriggan Half Hose at 25c, 35c, 50c and 90c per pair. SPECIAL. We hare large line of Men's Glieviot aii Madras At $1.00, SL50 and SL75 each, in White, Plaids and Stripes, large and small Checks. A VERV POPULAR SHIRT THIS SEASON. x THE SUN WILL SHINE! Bound to Shine ! CAN'T HELP IT ! So now is the time to come and inspect our stock of PARASOLS AND UMBRELLAS. In Parasols we have all tbe newest shapes and all the newest shades in Scotch Plaids, citrines and Plain Colors. Prices ranginc from SI. 00 to 815.00. In Plain Black Monrnlng Parasols we bave a largo assortment. These coods we have lined and unllned and in prices from 82.25 to 315.00. Black and White Lace and Net Covered Para sols we have in large variety and all the newest designs for present Beason and at all prices. Parasols for the Children These we bare in all sizes, prices and colors. Prices in these range from 40c to 8L25. OUR UMBRELLA STOCK IS COMPLETE n all prices of goods. In 21-inch for S UN U jI BRELLAS we have a large assortment. 24-ineh. Metal Handles. 81.25. SI SO. Si 00. TfL 24-incb, Natural Handles, 81.25, S1.50. IL75. 24 Inch, special, with Black Handle, at J1.75. 24-incb better grades in Black Ebony, with silver mountings; also, in Sterling Silver Handles. 26-inch. Natural Wood Handles. $1.25. 2.00. $3.00 and $4 00. 26-incb, Metal Handles, $1 50, SI 75, $2 00, $2 50; also better grades with Sterling Silver Handles f rora S3 00 to 818 00; also, a very choice line of Weichel Handles, with solid silver mountings AND LATEST DESIGNS. 28-inch. Natural Wood Handle, $160, $2 60, S3 00, $4 00 and $5 00. 28 inch, with Metal Handles, $2 00. $2 50. S3 00. Onr $4 00 and $5 00 23-INCH FOR GENTLE MEN are tbe best in tbe market for the prices, and a large assortment to "elect from. In Better Grades of 23-inch we carry a largo assortment of SOLID SILVER AND WEICHEL AND IVORY MOUNTED HANDLES. . 30-INCH UMBRELLAS UN NATURAL WOOD, Weichel and Slaver Handles, all quali ties anil prices. WE CARRY A LARGE LINE OF COVERS IN ALL blZES, FROM 24 TO 80-INCH. SO YOU CAN HAVE YOUR OLD UMBRELLA COVERED ON SHORT NOTICE and with any quality and priced goods you may desire, Gloria, Windsor or Silk. These Covers you can pat on In 10 minutes, or bring yonr old um brellas and we will put them on for you. Open Saturday Evenings Till 9 O'Clock. -$ kilt nderwear ! m Home & Ward,. NEW ADVERTISEMENT. OUR 17th BUSINESS BIRTHDAY! April 25, 1!. 1873. 1890. WEDNESDAY morning is the beginning of our Seven teenth Year as Retail Dealers and Promoters of Popular Low Prices .j in the good city of Pittsburg. We have endeav ored to fill a place in the com munity honorably and faith fully. Your appreciation of our efforts has been attested by the very liberal patronage given us, and which has enabled us to build up our enormous trade. For all this we give thanks, and extend you a cordial invi tation to visit us, not as buy ers, necessarily, but as friends, wish us well, if you feel that way. Ramble through the most complete and largest Retail House in Western Pennsyl vania. The big store will look its prettiest in its gala holiday dress. To more properly com memorate this great event, we shall inaugurate on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, A Glorious Jubilee Bargain Sale! In honor of this proud occa sion, and shall offer 17 RemarkableJUBILEE BAR GAINS, which will be placed on sale for Wednesday, Thurs day, Friday and Saturday only. DANZIGEE'S, 1 Sixth St. and Penn Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. ap21 SPRING MIUJN&RY, FRENCH TRIMMED BONNETS, ROUND HATS AND MILLINERY NOVELTIES, LACES, DRESS TRIMMINGS, MANTLES and WRAPS. Fleishman &Co. PITTSBURG, PA. MILLINERY No charge for Trimming. apS3 THE DISPATCH j, , -v NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. B. & B. Suitings and Dress Goods This week. ' New, Choice and Desirable values that will demonstrate in a forcible manner that you save money when buying your DRESS GOODS HERE, besides having the advantage of so large a collection to choose from. IMPORTED DRESS GOODS at 50c, 65c, 75c, 85c, $1 and $1 25. 48-inch Silk Warp Gloriosos, Plains and Stripes, $1 25. 40-inch Silk Warp Lansdowne, Blacks and Colors, $1 25. Double Width American Dress Goods, 15c, 25c, 33c, 35c. 50 English Suitings, $1, $1 20, $2 and $2 25. NEW PARIS ROBES, Rich, elegant and exclusive at mod erate prices. BLACK SILK REGENCE, $1 25, the greatest silk bargain shown. A great bargain purchase enables us to offer a large lot Colored All-Silk Regence at 87jc in street shades and at $1 in evening shades. Art Printing in INDIA SILKS, 27-inch goods, at $1 a class of styles and qualities usually sold at $1 50. Large and important collection INDIA SILKS, 35c, 45c, 50c, 75c, 85c, $i, $1 25 and $1 50. 2,500 yards BLACK SURAH SILKS This week at 45c a yard. Nothing remarkable, only as good as are usually sold at 50c and 60c a yard. 24-inch Black and Colored Surahs at 75c that are remarkable. Boggs&Buhl, Allegheny. ap21 REMARKABLE BARGAINS. Hundreds of persons can testify to the beauty and excellence of the grand bargains we offered last week in BEDROOM SUITES. They still continue, but for a short time only. Carpets, Curtains, etc, 20 PER CENT LOWER than any other house in the city. CASH OR CREDIT. HopperBros.&Co. 307-WOOD ST.-307. Near Cor. Fourth Ave. mhl9-S7-'WTSa OPENING MARCH, IS. Robes, Manteaux and Modes, Direct from Paris. Verner Block 'Cor. Fifth & Market sts. mh2-6S-WSu NO MAN OR WOMAN, intending to go housekeep ing, and being in need of Furniture, Carpets, Housefurnishing Goods, etc, should make a single purchase before having called at KEECH'S and seen the matchless inducements presented to purchasers at this store. A SAVING OF 25 PER CENT is posi tively guaranteed to every patron. Beside, you have the by no means insignificant advantage of making your se lections from the LARGEST, NEWEST and BEST STOCK of HOUSEHOLD GOODS shown in this city. CASH OR CZEIEIDIT. KEECH'S, 923 and 925 Penn Ave., . NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Qfrfrfrfr "ROLLING OFF A LOG" Can be no easier tan selling BOYS' SUITS at tbe prices we are naming, and we are selling tots of them. At $4 we are offering ALL-WOOL CASSIMEEE SUITS, sizes 4 to U years, stylish, shapely, well made and not to be had elsewhere under ?6. At $5 FINE CASSIMEEE VESI SUITS, 10 to 15 years, that are worth much more. If we could hand yon any of onr snlts to exam ine onr superior quality, style and make, yo'i would certainly deter mine or BOYS' DEPARTMENT the best place in the two cities for fitting np young America. Better grades of uits np U 512, and cheaper down to $1 10 all in complete vari ety of styles. We have opeatd a lot of CO-CENT CLOTH HATS fx boys. All are new patterns and thy. best qualities ever offered. Mors, CloMers anl Halters. 161, 163 Federal St., Allegheny. ap20-WT3a A WORD TO MEN. We have our entire stock of Spring Hats in, embracing the fol lowing celebrated makes, of which we have the exclusive sale in West ern Pennsylvania: Knox's world-renowned hats. A. J. White's English hats. Root. Heath's English hats. Tictor Jay&Co.'s English hats. Tress & Co.'s English hats. Cooksey's English hats. Also the productions of the best makers in this country. A WORD TO WOMEN. We have just received Mrs. A. J. White's and Mrs. Robert Heath's Straw Sailor Hats. Also a full line of Blazers. FURS STORED MD INSURED. We are now ready to receive Seal Garments. Insure against moth and fire for summer months; at the same time we can make necessary repairs much more reasonably than in the fall. PAULSON BROS. 441 Wood Street. apl5-C9-MWT STORAGE. HOUSEHOLD GOODS eared for at reasonahle rates. Separate and private apartments rented tat any period. Furniture packing and transferring: PENNSYLVANIA STORAGE CO. 39. 40 and 41 Water sc Telephone 1628. mb7-xwT - Near Ninth Street 4 , "1 1 ! 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