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THE PETTSBTJEG DISPATCH. (THOESDAT, .APEIL 24, 1890.
BLOWN TO PIECES. Two Men Jnstantlj Killed in a Kew Castle Boiler Explosion. EIGHT OTHEES UADLY INJURED. Great Enlarjement of the Little Washinj: ton Carbon Factory. ALL THE 5EWS FOM SEAEBI TOWKS tsrECIifc TELEGRAM TO THB DISPXTCH.1 Xkw Castlk, April 23. A boiler ex plosion took place at 6:40 a. m. to-day at the Etna iron works, throwinz timber and bricks in great quantities over that portion of the mill where the hook ers -up were engaged and partially wrecking the plant The day shift had just come to work and the mill was pretty well filled with employes. The head of the boiler was blown totally off with sncli force that some of the debris struck by it was thrown f ully 50 feet away. A rescuing party was at once organized and the work of extricating the dead and mutilated bodies tit the Tictims commenced. John Welsh, aped 15, wno had just arrived with his father's breakfast, was blown 40 feet into the flrwheel pit, striking the edge of the wheel, which nearly cut his body in two. He was instantly killed. George KUngensmith was also killed instantly, his bead being fearfully crushed. Bernard and Joseph Kagan were very seriously scalded, and may die. Lawrence r linn was severely scaioea and bruised. Andrew Myers inhaled the es caping steam, had his right leg badly burned and will probably die. John A Blaine had bis arm broken bv a 'fl ing brick. Laf aj ette Schap-neck-r and Matthew Garvin were slightly in jured. A tramp who was enjoying the hospitable warmth of the engine room was thrown 20 feet without injury to anything except the clap boarding. He got out of the debris and ran away. It was several hours before the body of young Welsh, which was horribly mangled, could be removed from the wheel pit, as it had been jammed between the wheel and the ground. A XEW CDAXXEL KECESSArtt. A Government Engineer Recommends the Straightening of Slonr Creek. fTECIAL TELEGRAM TO TIt DISFATCH.t JonNSTOWN, April 23. Mr. Carl Scherk, assistant to Colonel Merrill, United States En gineer at Cincinnati, has just completed a sur Tey of the river here. His investigation covers the condition of both rivers, and he is very em phatic in his statement that a larger water way than the present must be made. He recom mends that the Stony Creek river be straight ened by cutting a new channel, changing its course for a distance ot half a mile, and says a much deeper channel should be made and the grade of the town raised as the only sure pre ventive of overflows. His examinations were very thorough. A force of men will renew the search for the dead in a few days, and will continue all summer. EXTELLED FEOJI COUNCIL. A Wheeling l'lnmber Who Fnilcd to Lay Ibe CI II Pipe Miccesafully. :6rECIAI. TELECKAMTO THB MSPATCrM Wheeling, W. Va., April 21 Some time since, Oscar Seely, the President of the Board of Gas Trustees, and a leading plumber of this city, was accused of taking from the citv gas works several hundred dollars' worth of pipe for bis private use, and which he has since failed to account for. At the expiration of his term he was elected to the- City Council. Last night a resolution was introduced in City Coun cil expelling him from his seat, and ordering legal proceedings against him. After a long session. Council expelled Mr. Seely by a vote of IT j eas to 3 nays, two members not voting. Mr. Seely is a leading Democratic politician here and prominent in church and society cir cles. He says he can properly explain every thing. Arrested on a Criminal Charge. tSFECIAI. TXLEGBAM TO THB DISPATCH.l Watxesbubo, April 21 A telegram was received here to-day by Sheriff Goodwin from the Chief of Police of Salt Lake City. Utah. notifying him that James Vance, who is wanted here on a criminal charge, is held under arrest Jn that citv. Requisition papers will be made out, and Vance will be brought here for trial. A true bill was found against blm at the pres ent session of court on ibe oath ot Annie Filbv, who died soon after making it. Enlarging thn Wnnbineton Carbon Plant. fSrECIAI. TELXBRAM TO TUB DISPATCH.! WASnnJBTOX. Pa., April 21 The work of erecting the additional buildings at the carbon works is progressing quite rapidly, and within a day or two they will be under roof. The prob ability is that a Dortion of the plant, at least, will be in operation by June L when finished the entire plant will have a capacity of 50,000 to 60,000 carbon points per dav. Thonelit to be Cnrrick. 'SPECIAL TELEGRAM TOTIIE DISPATCH. H03IESTEAD, April 21 The body of the un known man found in the river here several days ago is now thought to be the remains of Jame Carrick, the missing McKeesport stone mason. The description of Carrick tallies ex actly with that of the man found here. Trl-Stnte Noted. Clara Bahtox, of Red Cross fame, is visit ing Johnstown and being leted by those she helped to relieve. The bridge between Cambria City and the western part of Johnstown washed away two weeks ago has been replaced. Homer Leech, aged 10, was badly injured at Canton. O- yesterday by being run over by a stone wagon. He will probably die. The Johnson Street Kail Company, of Johns town, received an order yesterdav for 10,000 tons of rails for a St. Louis cable line. May 1, Labor Day, will be celebrated in Yonngstown by the Trades Council in a mam moth parade and labor demonstration. Eradt ltABFF, a brakeman on the Union bridge at Martin's Ferry, was arrested yestcr uay on a charge of burglary in Wellsville, O. The West Virginia Department Encamp ment, G. A R, commenced its session yester day with 100 posts In good standing repre sented. TnE body found at Stony Creek, Johnstown, on Tuesday, is thought from the clothing to be that of the porter of the day express, missing since the great flood. Johw .Neei, a driver at the Davis station mines, only two weeks married, was fatally crushed yesterday between two wagons. He was only 21 years cf age. Shekma.v Kxigiit, of Tiffin. O., was ar rested yesterday morning with S700 belonging to ine commercial .national Bank of that City on his arrival at Chicago. These were 118 applicants for liquor license betorethe Wheeling Councils last night, and 117 licenses were granted. Only one hour and a half was consumed in the examination. Henbt Bell, brakeman on the Cleveland and Canton road, was caught Detween cars by a projecting crowbar yesterday and terribly dis figured in the face. He may not survive. The Mahoning Presbytery at Lowellville.0., yesterday voted in favor of revision and ap pointed a committee to visit the church at Poland, O., to investigate the pastoral troubles there. Work at the Tyler Tube Works, recently re moved from Boston to Washington, Pa., has been commenced and the houses for the em- Sloyes are nearly completed. Another mill will e erected within a few months. J. Sabbath, of Chestnut street, Johnstown, who disappeared on Sunday night, is still miss ing, and his wife and six children are afraid some accident has happened. His mind is said to have been affected since his flood experi ence. Daniel Morrow, of West Heading, pur chased "green gooas" from Alfred W. Croll. a one-legged man. paying $5. Morrow had not a leg to stand on when be found the envelope filled with strips ot green paper, and Croll is arrested. The Niagara Oil Company, of Lima, sold yesterday 200 acres of oil territory, ten miles west of that city, together with three produc ing wells, ten tank cars and two miles of pipe. Consideration, 125,000. J. F. Colt, of Findlay, is the purchaser. A gang of boys has been trying to Introduce themselves to the pupils of the Ladies' Sem inary, at iKtle Washington, by ponnding the back fence of the institution and howling at night. Their next introduction will be the local Justice of the Peace. Tub organized miners of West Virginia hTa J issued a circular to the operators Inviting them to meet in a conference on scale. The miners demand the Columbus scale, which is 7K p" cent advance on tho Kanawha district and 1ft per cent on the AVheellng district AN unknown boy about 12 years of age was found in the Ohio river yesterday by two lads named Hallenbaugh anoTBrown while pad'lling in a skiff near Rochester. The body had peen in the water aoouttwo months and the dom ing indicated that he worked in a glasshouse or mill. James Cosie. of Leisenring. has undertaken to sink a rocK salt well at Kanopolis, Kan., and leaves for that purpose to-morrow. He must sink through M feet of quick sand and 720 feet of other obstructions before be reaches the salt rock vein, which is 300 feet thick. This is regarded as a poser. TnE Northwestern Convocation of the Epis copal Diocese of West Virginia is in session in St. Luke's Church at Wheeling. Bishop Peter kin ana Rev. T. H. Lacy, D. D., delivered lengthy and interesting addresses last night on the subject of "Missions." The convocation will continne in session to-day. In the United States District Court at Wheel ing yesterday, the case of the United States vs. Dr. J. McCoy, one of the leading physicians of this city, was put on trial. Dr. McCoy is charged by the Government with a violation of the pension laws, through taking an overcharge in procuring a pension for Mrs. J. Specht. MRS. M'CAETfll'S NIGHTMARE Became So Unendurable That Her Room mate Olnrdered Her. Providence. April al The State Institu tion at Cranston was last night the scene of a tragedy. Mary McCarthy losing her life at the bands of Catherine Hanley. The assault oc curred In the old woman's ward. It was 11 o'clock, and the inmates were asleep. The night watch, Mrs. Charles Norton, heard the sound of a slight scuffle, and hastened above to see the McCarthy woman being assisted to the room adjoining, w here she vomited blood. She was taken back to bed and died almost in stantly. Before her death she said the Hanley woman "had pounded and murdered her." The women slept side by side in separate cots, much to the annoyance of the Hanley woman, whose rest wa broken by the nightmare ravings of Mrs. McCarthy. FAILED TO C0.NYICT. An Omnbn Editor Accused or Disturbing a Religious Meeting- Omaha, April 23. E. Rosewater, editor of the Omaha Bee, was placed on trial to-day at Tckamah, Neb., on the charge of disturbing a religious meeting. Last fall he appeared before an audience assembled to listen to a temper ance lecture by Mrs. Helen M. Gougar, and asked that he might be heard in order to refute slanders which he asserted Mrs. Gongar had publicly made against him. Mrs. Gougar denied him the privilege and ho was arrested for disturbing a religious meeting. After the examination oL four witnesses to-day the case was dismissed by the Prosecuting At torney. E0BBED AND DROWNED. Such is Supposed to Have Been the Fate of C. R. Davidson. Chicago, April 21 The body of C. R. David son, he insurance clerk who was thrown or fell into the river last night, has not yet been re covered. L. C Wallick, a friend of Davidson's, met him about 10 o'clock last night. Davidson said he had been drugged by a conple of gamblers. It is believed that he was robbed of some dia monds, $S5 in money and a certified check which he was known to have had on his person and then thrown into the river. He was not a drinking man. No arrests have as yet been made. A BRANCH AT CHICAGO. Temporary Organization of KoD-Partlsan W. C. T. U. Society for Illinois. Chicago. April 23. Delegates from eight counties effected to-day a temporary organiza zation for the proposed Illinois branch ot the Non-Partisan Woman's Christian Temperance Union. Among those present was Mrs. E. A. Phinney of Cleveland, President of the na tional association. Mrs. Phinney, in an address said the object was not to antagonize the old W. C T. U., nut to press forward in earnest Christian and tem perance work. Permanent officers will bo elected to-morrow. WHIPPED BY WHIT CAPS. A Number of Cbtcknsatr Nation Residents Notified to Move. St. Loths, April 21 Advices from the Chick asaw Indian Nation say that a large band of White Caps raided a wide section of the south ern part of the reservation last night, whipped a number of men and gave them notice to quit the nation in live days. A number of other persons, who were not whipped, were notified to leave in ten days. A good deal of excitement is said to exist to-day in the section raided and a cumber of the peo ple notified to leave are preparing to move into Texas. A TRIFLE TOO IMPATIEKT. A Prisoner Tries to Ilnsten His Relcnso nnd Gets Shot by the Turnkey. Cincinnati, April 21 William B, Wales, alias William Webb, was arrested on the 17th. and who is wanted in Baltimore on several charges of obtaining money on false pretenses, was sent to that city to-night. Just before the hour for removal from the county jail he forced a door with a hatchet, got into South Court street and was there shot and captured by Turnkey Wbalen. The ball made a bad flesh wound in the leg. Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday. Sine. Besldenes. (James Gardner Apollo ( Katie Armstrong Braddock (Gcnree J. Ilagmalcr, Jr Jcannettc Kerlha Uses , Pittsbunr 1 Joseph Boyle rittsburg ancy eiewars rutsoursr j Patrick Maly liraddock MsggieKane liraddock Janos Hawancak Allegheny ( Johanna IUslsey Allegheny ( Wandelln Ebncr .-...l'lttsburg (Lucie Scnmltel Suowdcn township J UilA Wripht Union township ( Isabella Carrick Union township CC. J. Slarcellns Jefferson county, O. (Ellen J. McFall Jefferson county, O. I Henry Hirsch Allegheny ( Carrie Zucgschmldt i'ltuburg j John O'Connell liraddock ( Mary J. Flanlgan liraddock I Jacob Beech Wilklnsburg ( ijtiruuut: Ariucr. wilklnsburg IP. E. Laekner rittsburg Pittsburg ( Annie lieringer I Ilenrlz Kascsak Bradford ( Maria alanyko Pittsburg (Joseph Barker Natrona ( Katie Gallagher atrona Charles H. Watts liraddock ( Mary Longhead .McKeesport t Patrick bbannahan Pittsburg Kose bmith Pittsburg ( Thomas G. Bailey Homestead (Klla J. btcwart Homestead (John Burns Beech Cliff ( Elizabeth Obernaner Beech Cliff I JI. A. Orr. Beaver county (aeucb u. aiccu.. . ....jjcater couniy J George McKnlght Allegheny ( Mary II. Kentz Allegheny A. B. Kichards Pittsburg (Cecilia Luttrlngcr Pittsburg William Elllg Jeannette ( Johanna beldel Allegheny J Henry Zimmerman Glenshaw ( Lyola Hassenger Indiana township ( Robert L, Murdock Allegheny J Emma Tompkins -Allegheny (John F.Bracken Pittsburg Annie E. bchmltt Pittsburg j Charles Eckel Homestead (Janet btrong Homestead (William McAdams liraddock ( Mary Tomllnson liraddock English Saltings. We have now a very choice assortment of English tweed and high grade novelty Bait ings. JOS. HORHE& CO.'S Penn Avenue Stores. Don't neglect to attend our Friday sale for a bargain. HUGUS & Hacke. TTSSU 710 Penn Ave. is the place to get yont dress trimmings. RelninG & WlLDS. The London shirt, in the cloak depart men. They are the most popular novelty in the market. Jos. Hobste & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. Deapeet Nets We are showinf. the most complete line to be found in the city at all prices, from 85o a yard upward. TTSSU Huous & Hacke. Victoeia, the best 25c fast black stock inj;. Jos. Hoene & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. Another Importation of Nottingham Cartalas To-day from the custom house, 500 pairs handsome curtains, in pointe effects, $1 to $5 a pair. Jos. Hoene & Co.'s Penn Avenue1 Stores. Fbiday, April 25, bargain day, we will offer 50 pieces novelty stripe surah silks worth regularly ?1 25 tit 65c a yard. ttssu Huous & Hacke. No dry goods house can give the atten tion re do to dress trimmings and notions. Beining& Wilds. 710 Penn ave. Ask for the E & "W dress shield. Black silk warp henriettas at 75c a yard, worth regularly 51; 20 pieces only. ttssu ' Hdgus & Hacke. married. CHIPMAN SCULLY On Wednesday. April 23, 1S90, at the residence of tho bride's parents, Chartier township, by Rev. P. S. Jen nings, James B. Chipman and M. Louise Scully. DIED. BL.ACK On Wednesday. April 23. at 850 A. M., Mrs. Mast A Black. Funeral from tho residence of her son-in-law, Andrew Laird. No. 319 Pennsylvania avenue, Alleghony, Friday, April 25, 1889. at 2 p. H. BOYLE On Tuesday. April 22, at 3:10 P. JL. Lucius Robekt Boyle, aged 48 years. Funeral services at his late residence, in Gib sonton. Pa., Thuesday Moening, April 21, at 11 o'clock. 2 CARNEY On Wednesday, April 23, 1890, at 1:15. Georgk Cakney. aged 31 years. Funeral on FRIDAY MORNING at 9 o'clock, from Holy Cross Church, Thirty-fourth street and Penn avenue. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. CUDDY On Wednesday morning, April 23, 1890. at the residence of his brother-in-law, J. H. Bryant, of Chartiers township, George R. Cuddy. Notice of funeral hereafter. DAVIDSON On Tuesday, April 22, 1890, Margaret Parker, youngest daughter of Mrs. Jano Davidson. Funeral services at tho residence of her mother, corner Sheridan avenue and Harvard street. East .fcna. on Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment private. 2 ENDERL1N On Wednesday. April 23, 1890. at 230 p. ii., William Frederick, son of Frederick and Mollie Enderlin, nee llittler, aged 2 years 9 months 16 days. Funeral on Friday at 2 p. m. from parents' residence, No. 192 Jano street, Southside, Pittsburg, Pa. Friends are invited. 2 FLETCHER On Wednesday, April 23, 1890, at 7 o'clock a. m., Mary Fletcher, In the 60th year of her age. Funeral will take place from the residence of her son-in-law, William Hazlett, No. 77 River avenue, Allegheny, on Friday, April 25, 1890, at 2 o'clock p.m. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral. Zanesville, O., papers please copy. 2 FRANCIS On Tuesday evening, April 22, 1890, at 8:55, Mrs. SARAH Feancis, aged 45 years. Funeral from her late residence, 30 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. GARRISON On Wednesday morning, April 23, 1890. at 10 o'clock, LlSSIE T. GARRISON, aged 17 years and 8 days. Fnneralwill take place from the residence of her uncle. Alphonse Kim, No. 1612 Penn avenue, on Friday morning at 8:30 o'clock, to proceed to St, Philomena's Church, where requiem high mass will be read at 9 o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. GEARY On Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock, Mrs. Catharine Geary, in the 62d year of her age. Funeral from her late residence, 134 Pike street, on Friday morning at 9 o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. HARTLEY On Wednesday afternoon, April 23. 1890, at 3 o'clock, at his residence, corner Fifth avenue and Shady lane, Howard Hartley, in the 45th year of his age. Notice of funeral hereafter. Please omit flowers: MICHEAL On Wednesday morning. Apnl 23, 1890. Elisebeth Micheal, in the S2d year of her age, mother of Christ and Wm. Micheal and Jacobina Balainger, nee Micheal, also mother of the late Charles Micheal. Funeral will take place on Friday at 2 p. m. from the residence of her son-in-law, Henry Baldinger, No. 91 Freeland street, Thirtv-first ward, Pittsburg, Pa. Friends of tho family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 MCCAFFREY On Wednesday, April 23, 1890 at 8 A. Jt.. Maggie E., youngest child of John and Mary McCaffrey, aged 13 days. Funeral from parents' residence. No. 300 Thirty-ninth street, to-day. at 10 A. n. GEO. A SMITH, FUNERAL DIRECTOR, Cor. Grant and Webster Ave. Allegheny Office, 232 Beaver Avenue. fel8-85-TTS JAME3 ARCHIBALD fc BRO., LIVERY AND SALE STABLES, 117, 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below Smithheld St., next door to Central Hotel. Carriages for f unerals, J3. Carriages for operas, parties, ic, at the lowest rates. All new car nages. Telephone communication. myl-11-TTS I)EFRESENTEL IN PITTSBURG IN 1SCI b AS8ETS - . S9D71,69833. Insurance Co. of North America. Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L JONES. SI Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-D TEETH. H P AND J1C. FULL gum. niegant sets, line s asneclsltv. Vitalized flillnr air hie. 1)R. 1'lIILl.Il'S. sou Penn wait. ave., makes or repairs sets while you Open Sundavs mh3-l WESTERN INSURANCE CO. OF PITISBURG. Assets $113,501 B7 NO. 411 WOOD STREET. ALEXANDER NIMICK. President. JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President. fe22-2S-TTS WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary. TEETH, $5, $8, $10. Gold fillings from SI up. Amalgarj, 50c; silver, 75c; white alloy, SL Gold Crowns a specialty. DR. J. M. MCCLAREN, Corner Smithfleld and Fourth avenue. je23-TTSU BRING THE CHILDREN To hear and see the The Dolls Will Talk Every morning from n to 12 o'clock. Every afternoon from 4:30 to 5:30 o'clock. Fleishman &Co. PITTSBURG, PA. MILLINERY Trimming. No charge for b;2i NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. o WILL CARPETS GO UP? Associated Press Dispatch. Washington, D, C, April 11. "A committee of Philadel phia carpet manufacturers, representing 4,000 looms, had a hearing before the Ways and Means Committee to-day. 1 hey declared that if the increased duly on carpet wools, proposed by the McKinley Tariff bill, became a law f the raw material composing Ingrain Carpets would cost more than the fin ished Carpets now bring in the open market" Associated Press Dlspatcb.1 Hartford, Conn., April 14. " The Hartford Carpet Company, whose mills at Thompsonville, Conn., employ 2,000 operatives, are to be run longer hours, and the wages paid arc to be lowered, making practically a 10 per cent re- ductwmn wares. 1 he Com pany claim that the depression i7i the Carpet trade necessi tates the action taken." s These are two "pointers" showing that Carpets are on hard bottom as to prices. The low prices at which we are selling all Carpets to-day are without a parallel in the his tory of the trade. They are lower than they were in i860, when wool and dye stuffs were free of duty. We illustrate by to-day's prices in our Carpet Depart ment: All-wool Ex, Supers, 55 & 65c. All-wool Supers, - 50c. Tapestry Brussels, 45 to 85c. Body Brussels, - 80c & $1. Best Moquettesi $1 25to$1 50. McCMTOCK & CO., Furniture, Carpets, Curtains, Bedding, 33 FIFTH AVE. ap24-TTS B. & B. Another Large and Choice Collection 48-INCH SILK WARP GLORIOSOS At i 25 per yard. Plains and Stripes. NEW SPRING WOOLENS, For Costumes, just received. Choice styles and qualities at moderate prices. 50-INCH REAL TAN CHEVIOTS CLAN TAR - the rough, shaggy weave made of Cheviot Wool that does not cockle with dampness. Another interesting feature of these is we bought them at a great bar gain we sell them at J5i, in place of $i 50, their real import value. Boggs&Buhl, Allegheny. rtlil-W THE DISPATCH BUSINESS OFFICE Has been removed to corner Smithfield and Diamond sts. BM-U7 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. READ THIS IT IS ABOUT MEN'S Mriar I -AHD- . HALF HOSE, CHEVIOT SHIRTS, PARASOLS, SUN AND RAIN UMBRELLAS, Men's Spring Underwear NATURAL WOOL, Merino and Balbriggan, nr White Natural Wool and Colors. Men's Modlnm Welcht Fawn-Color Merino Bhtrts and Drawers, SI EACH. Men's Medium White Merino SMrts 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 made.Shirrs and Drawers, $1 50 EACH. Men's Medium Weight, full regular made. White Wool, very soft and nice, Shirts and Drawers at S3 EACH. Men's Medium Weight full regular made, Cartwright & Warner's English White Merino Shirts and Drawers. The Celebrated Dr. Jaegei's Underwear, for spring and summer, all-wool, in, Game and Medium Weights, single and double breast. The Best thing lor well people to keep well, and for sickly and weak people to get strong. Dr. Warner's Natural Wool Shirts and Drawers in Spring Weights, Shirts and Drawers at S2 each. Men's Light Scotch Lamb's Wool Shirts and Drawers, the Very Finest and Best Made. Men's Medium and Light Weights, Enprllsh made. Natural Wool Shirts ana Drawers. In all the line, full regular made grades the market can furnish. Men's Fawn-Colored Medium Weight Merino Shirts and Drawers at $2 to 2 50 each. Men's Light Weight Natnral Wool and Silk Shirts and Drawers. Men's English Balbriggan Meaium and Super Weights, Plain, Brown and Fancy Stripes. Men's French Printed Balbriggan, fast colors. Shirts and Drawers. Men's Pure Silk Shirts and Drawers, In Light, Medium and HcaTy Weights. MEN'S HALF HOSE -IN- SILK, WOOL AND SILK CASHMERES. MERINO, LISLE COTTON. AND Men's Light Weight Natural Wool K-Hose. Men's Medium Weight Cashmere 3-lIose In black and colors. Men's Medium Weight Merino -Hose. We have a large line or 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 50 and 75c per pair. Men's Plain Colored Cotton Hall Hose, extra value, at 25c per pair. Men's Fancy Stripe Cotton Half Hose, at 25c arpair. 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 SI 50 per pair. Men's French Lisle Half Hose, plain colors and fancv stripes, at 50c, 75c and SI per pair. Men's Plain Balbriggan Half Hose at 25c, S5c, 50c and 90c per pair. SPECIAL. We have large line of 'sCli lgee AtS1.00,SL50and SL75 each, in White. Plaids and Stripes, large and small Checks. A VERY POPULAR SHIRT THIS SEASON. 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 wo have all the newest shapes and all tne newest snaries inscoicn I'lams.ainpes ana Plain Colors. Prices ranging from 81.00 to $15.00. In Plain Black Mourning Parasols we have a large assortment. These goods we have lined ami unliued and in prices from S2.25 to 15.00. Black and White Lace and Net Coverpd Para sols we have in large variety :md all the newest designs for present season and at all prices. Parasols for the Children These we have in all sizes, prices and colors. Prices in these range from 40c to SL25. OUR UMBRELLA STOCK IS COMPLETE In all prices of goods. In 24-inch for S UN UM BRELLAS we have a large assortment. 24-inch, Metal Handles, $1.25. $1.50,82.00,82.75. 24-Inch, Natural Handles, S1.25, $1.50, $1.75. 24-lncb, special, with Black Handle, at S1.75. 24-inch better grades in Black Ebony, with silver mountings; also, in Sterling Silver Handles. 20-inch, Natural Wood Handles, 5L25, S2.00, $3.00 and 84.00. 26-mcb, Metal Handles. SI 50, $1 75, $2 00, $2 50; also better grades with Sterling Silver Handles from 83 00 to $18 00; also, a very choice line of Weichel Handles, with solid silver mountings AND LATEST DESIGNS. 28-inch, Natural Wood Handle, $150, 8350, 83 00, 84 00 and 85 00. 28-inch, with Metal Handles. 82 00. $2 50. 83 00. Our 84 00 and 85 00 28-INCH FOR GENTLE MEN are tho best in the market for the prices, and a large assortment to select from. In Better Grades of 28-inch we carry a large assortment of SOLID SILVER AND WEICHEL AND IVORY MOUNTED HANDLES. ' 30-INCH UMBRELLAS JIN NATURAL WOOD. Weichel and Silver Handles, all quali ties and prices. WE CARRY A LARGE LINE OF COVERS IN ALL SIZES, FROA1 24 TO 30-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 hiik. These Covers you can put on in lu minutes, or Dring jour 01a um brellas and we will put them on for you. Open Saturday Evenings 9 0'Clock. Till Home & Ward, Al FIJFXM JL TM2TVB. Spring ap&s JfEW ADVERTISEMENT. WE HARMONIZE And combine the choice of colors and styles with the best workmanship at tho most moderate price, and as we ARE SHOWING The largest and most select stocK of Spring and SummerWoolens We feel that we ought to have your trade.) COME ALONG 1 SUITS TO ORDER FKOM $20. TKOUSEES TO OEDER FROM $5. Cial&yr 313 SMITHFIELD ST., Pittsburg. Samples and fashion sheet mailed on applica nt an21-MTh l tion. ap21-MTh OUR 17th BUSINESS BIRTHDAY! I 1873.. 1890. WEDNESDAY morning is the beginning of our Seven teenth Year as Retail Dealers and Promoters of Popular Low Prices 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, Sixth St. and Penn Ave,, Pittsburg, Pa. ap2l THE DISPATOH BUSINESS OFf IOE Km bitn.riBOTiA to eorui Balthflit n4 Diamond IU, n841T TumZf) M2 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. mi lira Will SEASON 01 II! GUSKY'S Axe Now in the Midst of a Monster and Attractive -DAYS' BARGAIN SALE -jjf I m Affording the public an opportunity, for a brief season, to obtain anything kept in this Vast Establishment at a Spe cial Discount. Clothing, Eats, Furnishings and Footwear BEING THE LEADING FEATURES. Everyone knows that it is dress that makes a man appear at his best, and we furnish the dress to suit in every in stance. We have a mammoth and complete stock of fine suits, correct in weight, fabric and cut, and a visit to our establishment will sat isfy you that we are the leaders in every particular. And why not come and see what we have in ELEGANT SPRING OVERCOATS! We'll show you a stock three times as large as carried by any other dealer, and beautiful garments in every particular, bearing the imprint of perfection. You are under no obligation to purchase, yet should you do so we guarantee you better value than found elsewhere in Pittsburg. AND WHAT ABOUT PANTS? Are you supplied ? Have you just what you desire for the spring? If not, we can please you beyond measure. The bare fact that we carry three times the quantity and va riety of any other dealer, should be a prime incen tive to discriminating buyers. Don't be misled into the belief that "noisy advertisers" under sell us they may on paper, but never in the store. We are also showing a countless and matchless line of Plain and Fancy Vests I Every novelty on the market this season. We have the sin gle and double breasted in every material, pattern and cut and can fit your body and pocket book alike to perfection. In Boys' and Children's Clothing You will-find there is nothing you ask for that we cannot sup ply in finer qualities and for less money than any other dealer. We made you open your eyes last season, but if you only call you'll open them much wider this season to behold our increased stock. ODR HAT DEPARTMENT We carry all the fashionable styles. The newest shapes, colors and shades in Derbys and Soft Hats, all the noted makers' styles without the noted makers' prices. Boys' and Children's plain and fancy Hats and Caps by the tens of thousands, and none can compare with our marvelous low prices. By all means call and inspect them. In Footwear and Furnishings We simply defy competition, having long held the trade of the city in both departments, and our stock never was larger 6r more attractive than it will be found this season. PRESENTS TO In our Men's Clothing Department every purchaser of $15 worth or metal umbrella and cane stand. It is nearly 25 inches high and 26 inches in circumfer , ence, is beautifully ornamented, and adapted to any home. During the present week we shall also continue to give with every purchase of 5 and over in our Boys' and Children's De partment a very serviceable Hammock. It is strongly made, may be had in assorted colors, and is very simply adjusted in any place required. A Baseball Ticket Free with Every Purchase in our Clothing Departments. 300 to 400 MARKET ST., Anwrloa' Moit Progreulve Merchant!. I POINTER I I! IS SPECIALLY OUR PATRONS. we are giving away over a magnificent to "i 4 -a 1 rdkO. - ' 'J ' " fe ' A "S i ' -k - 7