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x ' THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH. -. THURSDAY, MAY- 1, r 1890: 5 3f .. i 5 ft-1 m i DEATH IN EMPTY CAKS The Mysterious Explosion That Killed Mrs. Anne Edwards. THE YICTIH EIGHTY TEARS OLD. forgotten Kilro-GIjcerine Supposed to Hare Caused the Fatality. GBEAT MEETINGS AT CONKELLBTILLE ISTECIAL mioux TO ths dispatch.i Butlek, April 30. Mrs. Anne Edwards, oged 80, who lived on the hill west of town, was instantly killed this evening by an ex plosion that tore the limbs from her body and shattered her house from top to bottom. The old lady lived all alone in the house, and it is impossible to ascertain the cause of the explosion. The only plausible theory advanced Is that It was caused by nitro-glycer-lne. Hhe told Dr. Graham a few days ago that she haa found three empty cans In a fence corner near ber borne, and that she bad taken them into the house. It is believed that while she was handling these cans, the small quantity of explosive ma terial remaiuinc !n them was set off. The porch where the explosion occurred was blown into kindling wood, and small pieces of human flesh w ere fonnd scattered abont the yard. Hun dreds of the town people visited tbe scene of the disaster at once. Rev. K. A. Edwards, a prominent Episcopal clergyman of Philadel phia, and her only son, had lone wanted his mother to make ber home with him, bat she preferred to live and die where she had spent the creater portion of her life. The remains were taken to an undertaker's ro ns, and after beinc dressed were conveyed to the Episcopal parsonage. The deceased had lived here for many years, and was highly esteemed. THE DAUGHTER CONFESSED. NITEO-GLYCEErNE AGAIN. A Boy Throws Stonra nt an Old Can With Terrible Remits. ttrXCLU. TELXGIUJC TO THJt DISPATCH. I Wjlx-XESKUBG, April 30. While a lS-year-eld son of David Vance, of near lit Morris, this county, was cutting briars on his father's farm, he found a can that bad contained nitro glycerine. The boy took the can to the house to show it to the family, and not f ally realizing tbe nature of the explosive proposed throwing a stoneagainst it. Accompanied by his mother and some little children the ooy went Into tbe yard, and standing only a few feet away, hurled a stone into the can. A terrible explosion fol lowed at once and the boy was instantly killed. One leg was torn from hi body, his clothing vras torn to shreds and his body was fearfully cut by pieces of tbe can. Tbe mother was thrown violently to the ground, her clothing was all torn off and she was badly cat by the flying pieces ot tin. The children were thrown to the ground, but were otherwise unhurt. TWO BIG LABOR SAYS. Connellsvlllc to Haven Monster Demonstra tion on Decoration Day. rKFSCTAI. TELEOBAM TO THE DISPATCH 1 Scottdale, April SO. Ithasbeen announced that there will be a monster labor demonstra tion in ConnellsviUe on May 30. Decoration Day. It is estimated that at least 8,000 miners and cokers will be in the procession. As this Is a legal holiday, the 15,000 workmen of the region will be idle. Rae. Watchorn, Costello and other prominent labor leaders will be the speakers. There will also he a demonstration in this place on Labor Day. Septembers, in honor of tbe late William Mullen, and great arrange ments will be made for both occasions. UPSET A BUENING T.AM?. Frlchtiul Accident lo the Wife of a TJnlon town Councilman. ttTT.CIXT. TELEGRAM TO THK DISPATCH. 1 Uxionto'W.-. April 30. This evening at about 8.30 o'clock Mrs. Anna Morrison, wife of Councilman Frank Morrison, of this place, up set a burning lamp upon herself. Tbe poor woman was enveloped in flames in a moment. She ran screaming into the street, but it was fully five minutes before the flames were put out. Tbe lower portion of her body was burned to a crisp. It is thought that she will die at any mo ment, as the physicians do not think it possible for her to recover. A CBUELLY BIDE). LAW Drives Fair of Ohio Elopers Across the mto Border. If rECIAL TELEGRAM TO Till DISPATCH.! YOUNGSTOTVJ.-, April 30.John Mehringer. a tea merchant, and Miss Annise Hardenbnrg. a stylishly attired yoong couple, both of Cleve land, eloped this morning and came hero intending to be married. Upon making application for a license it was recused. Judge Wilson stating it wonld have to be omained in Cleveland, where tbe prospective bride resided. The couple left on a train for Pennsylvania, stating they wonld get married across the State line. A Slick Robbery Cnse Turned Up In .Alle gheny Porter & Donaldson Recognize Tbelr Gsods The Work of a Mother nnd Daughter Who Formerly Cleaned tbe Store Constable Billings' Sharp Work. Consnstable Billings, of the Third ward, Allegheny, turned up a case of wholesale robbery yesterday. Margaret Spealer made an information before Alderman McNuIty charging a young woman named Annie Fechter with stealing some'lace, some hand kerchiefs and a pair of stockings from her. Mrs. Spealer owns a house on Humboldt street, in the Seventh ward, in which she lives with her daughter, Julia, a 16-year-old girl, their apartments being in the garret, while the balance pt the house is rented to other people. Miss Fechter, the defendant in the suit, is one ot the tenants. The warrant was served on her on Tuesday, and when taken to the Alderman's office she declared she had bought the goods from , Mrs. Spealer, and that Mrs. Spealer bad whole trunks full ot new clothes that she sold to anybody that would buy. This information aroused the suspicions of Constable Billings, and he instituted a search and obtained enough to learn that some of the articles had probably beep stolen. The bulk of them were marked plainly with tbe name off orter & Donald son, the Liberty street drygoods firm, and he secured a clerk from that establishment to go with him to identity the goods. He first made an information against Mrs. Spealer and her daughter Julia for larceny. Yesterday morning they; found Mrs. Spealer at the door just leaving for the city. In the garret they found a number of large trunks filled with new and old goods. There were dozens of bolts of ribbon, dozens of kid gloves, dozens of handkerchiefs, a half bushel of spools of silk, flowers corsets, hoods, jackets, boxes of fancy buckles and boxes of'fine worsteds, bows and neckties, feathers and plumes. On all of them were the marks of the firm of Por ter & Donaldson, and identified as their merchandise. Besides this there was found a lot of wearing apparel marked "Stephen son." It consisted of ladies' skirts and fine underwear, dresses, hose, boys' and men's clothing, and a bathing suit among the rest. There was found, too, a lot of silver spoons, which wire marked "H.," "F." and "C. W,' three gold watches and three silver ones. All the time the men were searching, Mrs. Spealer sat in the room watching them and declaring that all of thestuff had been given her. The search made tbe gentlemen tired, and after loading up a wagon full of it they carted it off as evidence and left a man to watch the rest . Abont 3 o'clock Constable Billings was in the vicinity of the house watching for the daughter who had been out at work all day. She was seen coming up the street with a bundle under her arm, and was ar rested and taken to meet her mother at the Squire's office. Her bundle contained a number ofchildren's caps, handkerchiefs, hat-pins, ribbons and a sash. She confessed to having stolen them from Porter & Don aldson. Without more ado both women were sent to jail in deiault of bail for a hearing to-morrow afternoon. Mrs. Spealer and her daughter formerly cleaned the store of Porter & rnnl,i.r. which accounts for their having so much ot" that firm's goods. Thev were discharged about a month ago. Mr. Stephenson, of the firm of Arbuthnoi, Stephenson & Co., said the woman formerly did scrub work at his house by the day when he lived on Xorth avenne. Itlnrringe License Granted Yesterday. Kama- Bcitdene. (Charles Sterner..-. Pittsburg 1 Jlary Fasijnger flttibnrg S Charles Ouyer. Allegheny t Hannah A. McMahon '.....Pittsburg i 2rll!!;ta Atchlnson Pittsburg J Matilda lirysrs Munhafi Henry Bagman Allegheny I Annie X. Becker.. .i Allegheny (David J. Davles Pittsburg I Ann Edwards "" Pittsburg John Roy... Monongahela City I Betsy Loughrey Monongahela City William E. Wise. scott township (Dora A. Mohlman Ureeutree borough ( George McCbesney, Jr Allegheny I Annie Kiley McKeesport JW,11,,Um,W-,0nr Pittsburg H'llvla E. Hunter Pittsburg Si!!U.m.Hor, H Allegheny i Wllbelinlne Edler Reserve township ( Clarence E. llooser Brooklyn M Y. I Virginia M. Kycrs .'Pittsburg August F. Geavlng Elizabeth townshln (Mary U. Oberdlck Elizabeth township ( George Itlley Pittsburg (Maggie Sweeney. Allegheny J lllcbard C Ulllmen McKcesport (AdlllaM. tfnlton ltcynoldton J Louis lluhl Allegheny 1 Minnie John , Etna ( James F. Gibson Homestead (Agnes E. Herrod Homestead (George &. Benner. Pittsburg (Ellas. Uodspn Allegheny ( James Grcs el nomestcad (Sadie Owens Turtle Creek ( Joseph W. Schmidt Keserve township 1 Annie M. Schmidt Keserve townsuio (Martin Schnellbecher. Allegheny (Anna Itemele T. Allegheny I Hugo Leltholf. Pittsburg 1 Elizabeth Berger. Pittsburg (MlkeKoblk Pittsburg (Mary Slnclowska PitUbnrg James Emery. Pittsburg Mary Grove Pittsburg KBW ADTERTISKMEMTW. OJcClintock&Co. flllite KEW ADVERTISEMENTS. MARRIED. RISHER McENULTY At the residence of tbe bride's parents, Wilkinsburg, Thursday, April 2J.1S90, by the Rer. 8. H. Moore, John C. Rlshee and Minnie B. McEnultt. Drowned nt Johnstown. rSPZCIAL TELtCBAJI TO THE DISPATCH.1 Johnstown, April 30. Abram Good, aged 70, who recently came from Iowa to visit rela tives here, fell from a bridge last night and was drowned. His body was not found until noon to-day. TrI-Stnie Brevities. ' Hoy. W. E. Arnold, prominent politician and business roan, died at Weston. Moses Mobris jumped from a moving freight at Dcrry and lost his Iclt foot. The Erie County Agricultural Society has decided to abandon their fair this year. Peter Hunter, a miner at Larimer, was seriously hurt by a fall of slate in the mines. George Craio, aged 73, well-to-do farmer of Jiloomneld. Coshocton countv, was gored to death last evening by a vicious bull. In case of W. J. McDonald, sewing machine agent, tbe Coroner at Youngstown rendered a verdict yesterday of suicide by laudanum. Henry Troover. a Beaver Fall. ho- maker.was arrested yesterday for assault on two girls named Loner, aged 5 and 8 years. S. B. Griffith, and others at Sharon, have bought 50 acre? on the shore ot the lake at Btonefordand will establish a summer resort there. AT the new town of Ellwood, on the Conno-T T'le quennessing river, near Rock Point, a force ot men are engaged clearing the ground for a blast furnace. Distillers' license was refused WILSON MTJnnCK'S ANSWER. Ho Claims Thnt His Wire's III Treatment Drove II I m From Homo nnd Fnmlly. The answrr of Wilson J. Minnick to the libel for divorce filed oy his wife, Elvira, was prepared yesterday and will be filed to day by Attorney Yost. The answer says: "This respondent, sav ing to himself all manner of benefit and advantantage of exception to the manifold uncertainties and imperfections in the said libel, for answer thereto, or to so mnch thereof as this respondent is advised it is in any way material for him to answer, savs that true it is that said Elvira was lawfully joined in marriage with this responde it, but not on November 10, 1868, as averred, but afterward, November 29, 1889." The respondent then savs that Elvin has not demeaned herself as a dutiful wite should, and claims that he always conducted him self as becoming a faithful husband. He denies that he has been guilty of cruel and barbarous treatment of Eivira, and denies that he has abused her and afflicted her with pergonal indignities. He denies that his conduct forced his wife to leave her home and family, and says that, as a matter of fact, she did not leave at all. On the con trary he declares that his wi'e's unseemly conduct nnd ill treatment forced him to leave his home. His correct name, he says, is not William but Wilson. DIED. ANDERSON At Latrobe. Pa- 1890, at 830 o'clock, A. jr., ALBBBT TOWNSEND Anderson, in his lGtli year, son of John 'IS. Anderson. Funeral on Friday, May 2, at 2 o'clock p. M. 2 BRAUFF At the residence of his son. Captain S. J. Brauff, No. 67 Pennsylvania ave nue, Allegheny, Wednesday, April 30. at 1020 p. it., Jonathan Brauff, in the 89th year of his age; late County Commissioner. Notice of funeral hereafter. CLARK On Tuesday morning, at 6:10 o'clock, JAke, wife of Henry Clark, aged G3 years 1 month 12 days. Funeral takes place from her husband's resi dence. No. 704 Sarah street, Boutbsloe, on Thursday, May 1, 1890. at 2 o'clock. Friends of family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 DAWKINS At Youngstown, on Sunday, April 27, 1890. at 9 o'clock a. it., Mrs. Laura Dawkin8, wife of Ivor Dawkins, aged 37 years. Funeral from the residence of Samuel Jones, 2815 Carey alley, Southside, on Thursday, May J. at 2 o'clock p. M. Friends of tbe family are respectfully invited to attend. 3 FAUTH On April 27, at 7:50 A. M., JOHN Fautu, aged 52 years 7 months. Funeral takes place on May 1, at 2 p. M., from bis late residence, No- 410 Penn avenue. Friends of family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 GLENN On Wednesday, April 30, at 2 p. jr., Philip, only son of John and Margaret Glenn, aged 2 years and 3 months. Funeral Friday at 2 P. M. from parents' resi dence. Elm and Poplar alley. Friends invited to attend. 2 MOORE On Tuesday, April 29, 1890, at 10 P 1VU3JE JUUOHE. 35pj2l f " 5j . utny THE D0CT0B IS NOT SATISFIED. plnoott, of Pittsburg, and license for wholesale liquor house was refused Ilmh T.ir,t,in. .. TIT s T n XT. P. Lip. wholesalA Uriah T.inninntt r aynesnurg yesterday. tt.F. Stevenson, the Baltimore and Ohio baggage master, and Miss Ella Rankin, daugh ter of the late Alex. Rankin, were married in Sghu mn Ch0rch at Newton last . West Newton Hebrews tw.i .. .... residence of John Simon last night to witness the christening of hison. Amonir Pittsix,..,. meats was Rev. Max P.S... ?nS.f '2"DnrE rjtreet Synagogue. " UL laB inn THE railroad police say that tramps literally swarm between Johnstown and Pittsburg. A gang of 20 were chased awayirom thpr.J yards at Johnstown last nigim ??. "ii1 caught at Jeannette are put t"0 workbnX streets. k ou lne The agent of an English syndicate desirous of buying tbe iron mills about Wheeling ha been furnished figures by most of the mm The Standard Mill at Martin's Ferry haab informed that its terms are favorably , sidered. ' con" H. T. Hamilton, a cousin of Hutchinson Hamilton, who was drowned at Neville's Island. April 5, identified thoremaicsatBearer yesterday, and paid to James Merriman and Edward Cochran the flOO offered for the re covery uf the body. D. Roberts, proprietor of the Yough House, in ConnellsviUe, has neglected to take out his license within the pecihed 15 days, and in con sequence; it is forfeited. He blames bis law vers, claiming that they should have attended to it Beahvakd 4 Co, of Youngstown, who have been drilling In the Tavlorstown district, are reported to have struck a large gas well. .Mr. Bralnard left for Pittsburg to meet parties who an anxious to purchase the well and secure the flow of gas for heating purposes. while the blast rurnaee of the Ohio Iron and Steel Company, at Lowellville, was being blown out tbe entire stack fell to the ground. OeVrBr! fnrnaA trnmnlttroti V.A . .. 'k lives. The loss i I rom J10.OOT to lltcW: '"ou. xne lurnace will be rebuilt. allies Jlnllnnej's Drnih Will bo Investigated by Coroner McDowell. Miles Mullaney, 32 years old and married, died at his home, No. 1727 Carey alley, Southside. last evening, and Dr. M. A. Arn holt deiclnss to give a certificate of death. Mullaney, who was a heater in theKepubUe Iron Works, quit work Monday night on account of a sore thumb, which affected him so that he went to bed. Dr. Arnhnlt m. called in, and his treatment appeared to be helping Mullaney until shortly before noon yesterday, when he expired in tetanic con vulsions. Dr. Arnbolt says the sore thumb mav have been the primary cause of his death, but there were other symptoms, such as a sense of suffocation, which might suggest some other cause. The physician had heard that Mullaney had been beaten by a relative in a fight at the river hank a lew davs ago, and while the body of the dead man showed no external signs of injury, this pounding ungm nave someining to do with the matter. The deceased was also suffering fmm rheumatism at the time of his death. The Coroner will investigate the matter to-day. Funeral from the residence of ber son-in-law, Daniel O'Connell, Eosetta street. Nine teenth ward, on Thursday at 2 P. M. Friends of tbe family arc respectfully invited to attend. MDLANEY On Wednesday. April SO, 1890, at 1230 P. M.. Mixes Mulaney. aged 32 years. Funeral on Friday at 130 P. jr.. from bis late residence. No. 1725 Carey alley, Southside, Pittsburg: Services at St. John's Church at 2 p. it. Friends of the family are respectfully in vited to attend. 2 M'CONAGHEY On Wednesday. April 30. 1890, at 7 a. 31.. Mary Emma, daughter of Eugene and Emma McConaghey, aged 1 year, 8 months, 19 days. Funeral from parents' residence, 212 Poe al ley, on Thursday at 2 p. m. McKEAN On Tuesday morning, April 29, 1890, at 8 o'clock, in the GSth Tear or ber age, Janet C, wife of Robt. McKean, and mother of the Postmaster. Funeral services Thursday siornino at 9:45 o'clock, at the family residence, McKean station. P., V. fc C. R. R. Interment private at a later hour. 2 NONAMCHER At the residence of Thos. F. Hartman, Lemington avenue, Twentv-flrst ward, Est End. on Tuesday. April 29, 1890. at :io A. 3L, ANNA CATHERINE JN ONA3ICHER, in her 83d yeir. Funeral services on Thursday, May 1, 1S90, .at 2 p. s. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 REINECKE On Tuesday, April 29. 1890, at 830 P. M Clarie C, widow of the late E. V. Reinecke, aged 28 Years 3 months 10 days. Funeral from her late residence, 1919 Sarah street, Southside, on Fkiday, at 2 p. jr. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 3' R1NAMAN On Monday, April 23, at 6:30 p jr.. Mrs. Mary A. Rinajian, wite of Jeffer son Rlnaman, In ber S8th year. Funeral services at her late residence, Charles street Thursday, May 1, at 230 p. m. inter ment private. SrfANNON On Tuesday, April 29, at 3 o'clock A. M., Margaret J. Shannon daughter of Edward and Johanna Shannon' age 14 years. 3 months. Funeral Thursday afternoon from the residence of her parents, Meridan street, Thirty, fifth ward. Carriages will leave foot of Du quesne Incline at 3 o'clock. Friends of the family aro respectf ullr invited to attend. 2 We are now in grand shape with Furniture. It isn't sim ply because you can walk through miles of aisles of second-rate patterns. We dis posed'of almost all of our old stock in our recent sacrifice sale. It's because there 's more of art and elegance more 'of money's worth to you in our new stock than ever before. Our sample to-day is a Bed room Suite. There's no color to words. From what the type and engravings s h o w, you can only ,.2uess at the . . - reality, lheres scarcely a hint of the soft color tone of the natural cherry wood; of the elegance in design and carving each line and curve perfect; of the thorough work manship throughout. In this suite we introduce t h e "Cheval" Dressing Bu reau, with roomy drawers, and with glass reaching so near the floor mac a laavusinp it can see from shoe to bonnet at a dance. Three pieces Bedstead, "Cheval" Dresser and Wash stand for $45. And this only a sample. Our line of Bedroom Suites is unsurpassed. From solid mahogany worthy of a palace down to our new three-piece Suite at $20. The latter represents as much value in lare glass, good caomet worn, good Jimsi and good style as a leading manu facturer could get together for us in a big deal for cash. Jl PROMPTNESS -nr the- DELIVERY OF OUR ORDERS, Combined "With the Best Cutting and Manufacturing Talent, To be had. shows that our facilities mark "Top Notch." Special sal'' lor this week 500 BBAND NEW BTYLliS In Fancy Mixed Cassimeres, Worsteds and CoatingSi SUITS 10 ORDER from JSL 1B0D8EB8 ffl to flBH ORDER $20. lil ft - II you want to "get there" for choice, HUEEY UP. HEW ADVEHT1SEMENTS B. &B. (l&tfai&yr 313 SMITHFJELfa ST., Pittsburg. p2S-MTh MNZKER'S 'ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.' II X MILLINERY. The leading attractions in our Mammoth Millinery Department is our famous low prices and ABSOLUTELY NO CHARGE FOB TRIMMING. This is what draws the Ladies of the two cities and surrounding towns to our elegant Millinery Booms, now replete with all the newest shapes. We show the "East End," the "Emery," "Promenade," the "Cadet" and tho "Breton." and many others just as merito rious. Also, all the leading shapes in Toques in Hair, Milan and all Fancy Braids, so popular this season. Also a fall and complete assortment of Flowers, Wreaths and Millinery Trimmings and Bibbons, both for Millinery and Dress Trimmings. OUR SPECIALTY is Misses' and Chil dren's Hats. We show more styles than all the other houses in the two cities combined. JAMES ARCHIBALD &. BRO LJVERY AND SALE STABLES, 117, 119 ancl 136 Third arenne, two doors below Smithneld st, next door to Central Hotel. Carriages for funerals,?! Carriages for operas, parties, Ac., at the lowest rates. All new car nages. Telephone communication. myl-11-TTS GEO. A. SMITH, FUNERAL DIRECTOR, Cor. Grant and Webster Are. Allegheny Office, 233 Beaver Avenue. fel&5-TTS Fnncr Dreinc and Cleaning;. All kinds of lace curtains done; portieres, shawls, piano covers and blankets nicely cleaned and pressed. Chas, Pfeifeii, 100 Federal ft., Allegheny; 443 Smithfield st and 1913 Carson, S. 8. Telephone, 1264. Barkeerer, Attention. Three thousand barkeepers' coats, includ ing all the latest styles, such as the Hoff man, the Gilsey, the Palmer, the Anderson, etc., will be placed on sale at strikingly low prices at Kaufmanns' this morning. High grade India silks, choice novelty designs and colorings; best goods imported. 51, SI 25 and $1 50 per yd. " ' TTSSU HPOU3 & Hacke. New Lace Carialn. Our own importation of Nottingham lace curtains, Irish point, imitation Brussels and fine Swiss lace curtains, at prices ranging from 65e to J12 a pair, cheapest in the. city. "WhS EOSESBATJM & CO. B. &B. From an importer this loss ?2d 00 French robes on tbe counter to-day, $12 5025 new choice shades. Boggs & Buhl. striped an4 fiEnred new designs, from 85c a yd. upward. Huous & Hacke. TTSSU pEPRESENTED Df PmSBUil(j IN 1SCI ASSET - . !9jP71,69655. Insurance Co. of North America. Losses adjusted and paid u WILLIAM L 01 f I JONES. I fourth aTenue. talU&M WESTERN INSURANCE CO. OF PITTSBURG. Assets H4S.501S7 NO. 411 WOOD STREET. ALEXANDER NIMICK, President JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President fe22-36-TT3 WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary. TEETH, $5, $8, $10. Gold fillings from 81 up. Amalgarj, 50c; silver, 75c; white alloy, SL Gold Crowns a specialty. DR. 3, M. McCLAREN. Comer Smithfield and Fourth avenue. Je23TTSU BLOCKER'S DUTCH COCOA. 150 CUPS FOR JL CHOICEST. PUREST. BEST. jeSt-KTrr TRY IT. EL-Y'S CREAM BALM Will cure CATARRH. Price 50 cents. Apply Balm into each nos tril. ELY BROS., 56 Warren St., N. Y. de2&35-TTS ffgpiHHtf! 83 00, Worth 84 00, Blacksilk sashes in surah and India silks. A. G. Campbell & Sous, 27 Fifth ave. Oar New Stock of Ladle' Salts Opened np to-day. Jos. Hosne & Co. 'a Penn Avenue Store. MARVELOUS Triumph Over DISEASE WlTHonr MP.mmwf db. whjobd hall'b health pamthlki shows how Dyspepsia, Constipation, Piles, Fevers, Bhenmatism, OolSs. Liver or Kidney Troubles, or almost any ailment is Uonquirxd Without Medicine. The Treatment li harmless, easily ap plied; relief Is speedy and permanent It is neither Mind Core. Faith Care nor a set of rules, bat a Positive Treatment based npon the Laws ot Life. For particulars and Indorsements address (with So ttscip) HyuiKXICTKtlATMKNT CO.. A;eut, P. o. Box 321, Plttoburir, Pa. aplG-6J-TTSSU . CANCERS and TOMOK8 cored. JJo knife. Send for teitlmon. lals. tt.H.Melllcbael,M.D xuBgrara H.,i3uixaio. n . x. HUUDU-XTESaSWS 0. McCLINTOCK & CO., Furniture, Carpets, Curtains, Bedding, 33 FIFTH AVE. ap29-TTS TABLE LINENS IN THE PIECE. In Linens hy the yard we are showing the newest patterns in the market, and they are all beautiful. We can give you them in all grades. Our 50c grade is one of the best ever offered at this price, and the yery best pat terns to select from. Our 75c and $1 grade, 72 inches wide, are extra values at these prices. Then, in better grades, from $1 25 to $2 50, oar assortment is simply superb. IN NAPKINS. "We have also some special inducements in 5-8 Napkins, ranging from 51 per dozen to the very finest grades. In 3-4 we haye them from ?1 50 per dozen up. These you will find in the newest pat terns, and the values, we can assure you. are equal to anything ever offered. IN TABLE CLOTHS. We can give you them all'lengths and all qualities, from the 6-4 to the 144, and from the cheapest to the very best In the famous makes of John S, Brown & Bon the prices begin at $2 50 for 8-4 and range up to f 20 for 14-4, with Napkins to match. We also carry a large line of MUSLINS AND SHEETINGS, In all grades and all widths. Also Pillow Case Muslin and Linen, AH grades and all widths. Our 25o Hem stitched Pillow Case Muslin is one of the best and newest mates of Muslin at this price. A new and very popular article. LADIES' BLAZERS -AND- SHIRT WAISTS. We show without doubt the largest assort ment of Ladies' Blazers in Pittsburg. Every style manufactured, every price represented, in our uuequaled selection. Flannel Blazer Jackets at $1 74, in all the Combination Stripes. Imported Jersey Blazer Jackets up as high as 58, and please remember we have hundreds of styles at all prices be tween the lowest and highest. Ladies' Shirt Waists and Blouses, the coming fad lor the summer. We show all advance styles as fast as they appear in New York. Ladies should examine our line before purchasing, so they can have an idea of what they want, as no other house shows the many different styles that we do. LADIES' SHOULDER CAPES, Entirely new. Prices range from $3 49 to 518, made with yokes or without, raised shoulders, and are light, stylish and durable. Also Cloth Copes at 51 74, equal to any sold for double the money. LADIES' WRAPPERS, Made of Calico, that others advertise as a bargain at 98c. We never asked more than 74c lor them. By this you can judge how our prices compare with others. CURTAINS! PORTIERES! DRAPERIES! These extensive departments filled with new purchases direct from the European manufacturers. Patterns attract the eye. Prices decide the purchase. Here, as everywhere in our stores, best value and lowest price go hand in hand; good trade makers, we think. The most artistic productions of the best designers are shown here, per fect in weave and texture. NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS, So soft and filmy that you will take them to be real lace. Hundreds of choice patterns at $i, $2 and $2 50 per pair. The large assortments at $3, $3 50, $4 and 5 are superb value and well merit an examination. Brussels, Russian and Cluny ef fects from 5 to 10 per pair; ex quisite designs. Our line of real Lace Curtains offers every desirable make, at our usual close prices. French Satin Berber Damask Curtains in all the new light shades in specially attractive colorings. SILK CURTAINS from $7 50 to $25 00. PORTIERES. . Here the light purse and the heavy one can be equally well sat isfied among qualities from $2 50 to $35. Symphonies in color is a fitting expression to use in describ ing some or them, so perfect are they in every detail. The taste must be hypercritical indeed that cannot be satisfied in this line. Sash Curtain materials in be wildering variety and at prices that keep them moving. SILK DRAPERIES, Upholstery Goods, Cords, Loops, Poles and every requisite for the complete decoration of cottage or palace. We want to increase the trade of these big departments. How? By the most effective plan best value for the lowest price. rTEW ADVERTISE3IEXTS. STILL TO THE FRONT I AUD Leading All Competition HONESTY, INTEGRITY & ENTERPRISE I iSSS &$ HUSKY'S ARE THIS WEEK CONDUCTING 11 GIGANTIC SALE OF SPECIAL VALUES STYLISH SPRING CLOTHING FOR MEN AND YOUTHS. The Most Charming Headgear FOR ADULTS AND JUVENILES. New, Novel and Cute Ideas in Furnishings, -AND- THE -:- FINEST -:- FOOTWEAR -:- IN -:- AMERICA. FACTS WORTH PONDERING. "v Boggs&Buhl, Allegheny. FOR HONEST DANZIGER'S, Sixth St. and Penn Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. GARDENJIXINGS. THIS IS THE TIME, AND THIS IS , THE PLACE TO BUY. Flower seeds, 3e package. Vegetable seeds, 3c package. Grass seed, 10c package. Garden Trowel, fie. Small Garden Fork, 6c. Garden Set 3 pieces, 23c. Garden Set 3 pieces, 25c, Garden Set 3 pieces, COc, Garden Hoes, 25c. Garden Bakes, 22c. Garden Forks, 70c. Garden Spades, 45e. Garden Shovels, 45c. Lawn Mowers, J2 inches, $5 CO. Garden Hose, lie Toot. Curious Prices. Advertising prices, without clear information of what for, is one of the plagues of the clothing business. There are more apostrophes and ad jectives often over a com paratively valueless quality at a cheap price than would do for a proclamation of martial law! Never hear a word from Wanamaker's about prices, do you? We'll do anything we canto help you to a fair judgment about clothing, and get you coming to our store, but how advertising our prices will do that is, we confess, a mystery. They tell you about quality no more than dashing a chunk of cold iron into water dis covers its temper. There's one common sense way of understanding prices; and that's with the goods in hand, the quality stated, and an examination of the fit and workmanship. We'll submit our goods with perfect confidence to that way of finding which is cheapest Nobody can beat us on prices for reliable clothing, though we're not making a big flourish of them in newspapers. 1,000 pieces to make to measure. 1iu"c " "" wu ur auiiuy required to sell cneap goods to give people what appears to be something away below the actual cost or the material, (were it genuine). Yet such is about' the limit of the commercial ability possessed by many of our would-be competitors. But such deception, iuse -murder, will out." indignation follows, auu, aisu oi course, weii-menied lost pat ronage. Then comes in the old proverb, "Once bit, twice shy," and then the honest dealer comes in tor his honest dues. Herein is where we have ever de- pended for our sh are, that has built up our Mammoth g A I I IP trade. Our aim has W r l J EL ever been, as it still re- mains, to see first that the value is correct, and then shave our profits to the utmost, and thus it is that whatever you purchase at GUSKY'S looks well, fits well and invariably wears well. We handle no goods for the mere object of under- selling others. Our aim is to make permanent customers of every one who calls once. To so serve everyone that they will not require pressing to call again. Thus it is that we noin stand exclusively on the merits of our goods and have inaugurated this GREAT SPECIAL VALUE DISPERSION in the fullest as surance that we can prove to you our ability to discount every other house in trade in giving the utmost value and satisfaction for every cent you may be pleased to invest with us. Still, you'll find and ap preciate the fact 7"! -J 4i COME DIRECT TO US We Charge No More for Good Reliable Goods Than Others do for Poor! See the elegant Spring Overcoats we are offering from $$ to $15. See the magnificent Sack Suits we offer for $8 up to $18. See our one, three and four Button Cutaways, $S, Sio, $12 to $18. See our Black Twill Cheviot Suits, sack or frock, at $8. See our Electric Blue Sack Suits, single or double breasted, $15 to $20. See our White Vests from 49c, and our Magnificent Fancy Vests. Yes, and see our Business Pants from $i 75 and Dress Pants from Mind these are genuine, warranted goods all in the height of style,' well made and finished elegantly. t See our Boys' Short Pant Suits, from 98c See our Boys' Long Pant Suits, from $2 50. See our Kilt Suits, from gi 25, and Jersey Suits, from $2 50. See our Nobby Sailor Suits the best out from only 49a Everv garment made strong, perfect and stylish, just the thing for. hard, careless wear, and worth twice their price. Come and Go Through Our Hat Department. Not only will you be delighted and astounded at its magnitude and, the uniform low prices everywhere prevailing, but you will discover that we carry every novelty of the season in ample variety. Our Boys' and Children's Straw Goods at present being a special feature, calling forth the admiration of everyone. We further take particular pleasure in calling attention to our -- HOBNE & WARD, 4:1 FJWTK ji VENUE. Fleishman &Co. PITTSBURG, PA, Wanamaker & Brown, Sixth street and Fcnn avenue. ipS0-D JAS. NEIL & BRO., B0ILER3, PLATE AND BHEET-IBON WORK. PATENT SHEET IRON ANNKALtNQ BOXE& With an Increased capacity and hydraulic machinery we are prepared to furnish aU irork in our line cheaper and better than by the old methods. Repairing and general machine work. Twenty-ninth street and Allegheny Val ey Railroad. le6-18-TTS HOTEL AND RESTAURANT SUPPLIES, royl TEETH. Pann are., ma Bandars. W. f! AND IC. FULL (turn. Elegant set, fine fillings asneeUlty, Vitalized air bOc 11 H- l'lllM.lFK soi makes or repairs, i(s while job DESKS. ALL KINDS AT' STEVENS CHAIR COMPANY, J BIXTH STKEET. Furnishings and Footvear Departments, " Which are replete to the minuest detail, and you vill find them, this weeK, respectively in line submitting unheard of values and a variety of goods such as it would be impossible to find elsewhere in the city. Latest Styles! Best Qualities! Lowest Prices!' Is Our Standing Motto. With 110 intention of forcing sales on unwilling visitors, we cordially invite inspection and critical comparison, leaving your judgraent-and inclination to decide upon the merits of our goods and the special values we claim to be offering. The Man of Toil, the Pauper and the Millionaire! Everybody, in fact, is treated on an equal footing in our store and we , repeat, you shall find all our goods to be lower in price for the same qualities than can be found in any other store in America. s G-USKY"' 300 to 400 MARKET ST., The Most Popular, Liberal and Extensive m i q 4 Outfitters in the Country. 8p29-D nh3-113 fell-5-TTS Ufljjjgft , -, y-..-'