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H 4 MAKE TRAMPS WOBK. franklin County, After Spending a Hundred Thousand Dollars, ty Committee met hero yesterday and orean ized a branch of the State League. John B. .' Bair, of Punxsutawney. wa elected President, and W. V. Clawson. also of this place. Secre tary ana Treasurer, xnese lea-rues enrrespona In purpose to tbe dabs of the Republican and Democratic parties. Tbe committee decided to put a full ticket in the field. SOLVES A PERPLEXING PROBLEM. The MeadTille Farmers' Contention 2iot a Ten Great Affair. DIDN'T TRUST EACH OTHEE. Cpd- LABOR TEODBLES AND EVICTIONS tsrECXAI. TTI.XOILi.lC TO THI DI8IA.TCIt.I Chambebsboho. May 2. The grand jury to-day completed the investigation into the tramp question, which Judge Stewart ordered on Monday, and made a lengthy re port to the Court The report says that compulsory labor is the only remedy to abate the nuisance, and predicts that when the tramps are put to work they will soon leave tnecountv. The jury finds that the tramp bill of the county dariss the last 20 years has been orcr $100,000. and thar during one year their boaroin;; alone cost SS.000. They recommend that the tramps be put to work at breaVing stone in the jail jard. and that failure tow ork satisfactorily be punished by short ration. The Court said that the County Commissioners would pive proper con sideration to the recommendations of the grand Jurv. EVICTIONS THREATENED. A Possible Resistance Other Coke Strikes Being Amlcnbly Settled. TSrZtlAL TELEOKAM TO TUB DISPATCH.! SCOTTDAI.E, May 2. Secretary Parker has just returned from the Latrobe mining region, where a strike was on at the Whitney Coke Works, caused by tbe discharge of a man and some differences about wages The matter was amicably settled, and the miners have returned to work. The difficulty at Monmouth over the discharge of a man was also fixed by Parker, and now tbe utmost tranquility prevails in the coke recioni. The sitnation in the Smitbton district is quite critical The Smithton Coke Company has noti fied its emplote that thev must leave their houses wuhin six days. This is a 'severe blow to the miners. Thev have not as yet determined whether they will leave the houses peacefully or stand an eviction. It is probable that thev will wait to be put out, owing to the scarcity of houses in that section. The Lower Port Rmal miners held a meeting lat nijrht and accepted the company's proposi tion of 6S cents per ton. They have gone to work. Master Workman Kerfoot left to-night forBoynton, Somerset county, where ho n ill ad dress a mass meeting and organize several local assemblies of Knights of Labor. The carpenters' strike continues. Both sides remain firm, and a long and Ditter struggle is probable. OHIO COAL EESOUECES That la Wbr tbe runners' Political ventlon Broke Dp Yesterday. SrECIAL TILIORA1C TO THI DISPATCILl Meadville, May 2. About 200 farmers at tended the Crawford County Farmers' Conven tion, held In this city to-day. The session lasted about four hours and wound up in a manner positively unsatisfactory to every farmer present. The same resolutions as those adopted in Erie county yesterday were pre sented with the addition of a prohibition clause. The latter kicked up a general muss and proved the entering wedge tor continuous dis cord. It was adopted by a majority of 2L The recommendations of tbe Committee on Nominations resulted in a good deal of bitter speech-making. Tbe meeting de veloped into a simple scramble for tavor, and matters got so warm that one mem ber, who had taken an active part in the pro ceedings, arose n hen the meeting was about three-fourths oer, and denounced the whole affair as a fraud. Over ba-lf of the convention followed suit and left tbe balk and when the convention formally adjourned there were not over 15 present and paring the slightest attention to proceedings. Prominent farmers who were present un hesitatingly denounce the convention as a farce, as it was in the fullest sense. The trouble was tbe suspicion in which the various political elements hold each other. Nervous debility, poor memory, diffi dence, local weakness, cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine. Samples free at JosFleming & Son's, Market st. Safe, sure and profitable. See page 14, Sunday Dispatch. NEW ADVERTISEMENT. Dfnrrlace Licenses Granted Yesterday. Ksme. Besldenca, j Frank Butterneld Pittsburg (Lillian JJ. banders l'lttsburg ?J?L'.onl!.s5.nml,t " Braddock Catharine J. Full '"., Braddock K.on.n...E Sm.'.tnA"": Pittsburg (Matilda V.AlcCuteheon Pittsburg 5 William Smith Brushton Mary Connally ...WUsburc MARRIED. BLACK PALMER At the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Home. No. 37 Beech street, Allegheny City, Pa., by the Bev. C. "E. Fclton, on Wednesday evening, April SO. 1S90. Oeorgz: P. Black and Mart J. Palmer, both of Allegheny City, Pa. BIG COAL PUBCHASE. Are Reins Developed nt Dlnsalllon to n Tcry Lars Extent. rSPZCtAt. TEI.EGHAM TO THE DISPATCH. Massillon, April 2. Messrs. J. G. Warwick and P. Sonnhalter arc convinced that they have the largest single tract of coal ever found in this vicinitv. They have been sinking a num ber of test holes for months oast, located on different farms, and have found over 300 acres of solid coal tbe whole estimated at I.tOO.000 tou. Tins find has been supplemented by an additional dicoverv of a basin aggregating 160 acres, west ot the city, and near the tract pre viously proven A vein four feet three inches thick was struck yesterday on this place, at a distance of 2ol feet from the base to the sur face. It is Mipnoed thit this coal will rnn into the vein first discovered, so that the whole will form one tremendous at ea, which will be very valuable, on account of its location and ery compact area. Theetwomen control this territory indi vidually, nd its development, which is a ques tion of the future, will lat for years to come. The richness of the Massillon coal district is ev idently only becinninc to be understood. To put it roughly, tbe estimated vield of the whole tract just described, 2,250 (XX) tons, would, when loaded, till 112,500 cars, and this is but a portion of the whole. The Largest Compact Go Coal Field In Western Pennsylvania. rEPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH. 1 West Newtox, April i-James White & Co., of Irwin station, have been securing options on all of tbe coallandssurroundlntr this place, and np to yesterday they bad secured upward of 7.000 acres. Tbe options were taken at a very fair price. The coal, when sold, will bring from $700,000 to JSOO.uOO. Besido these options, Mr. White owns 3,000 acres of coal lands, miking mall. 10,000 acres that he con trols, that represent a money value of 1,000.000. .Mostoi me lanu lies along tne route ol the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and along the survejed route of the South Penn road. This is the only large compact Held of A No. 1 gas coai, remaining in oral nanus in westernfenn- I Tama. Negotiations are now pendlne between Mr. White and a company of Eastern capitalists for the purchase of this vast tract ot coal, and with everv prospect of tho sale being consum mated within a very short time. This deal Is of great importance to this place, as at least one half of the money will come directly into tho bands of her citizens, and the other half will bo received by farmers in the vicinity. THE INSANITY DODGE Csed to Shield a. Yonne Mnn Wbo Circulate Forced Orders. SrZCIAL TELEGRAM TO TnK DISPATCH.3 Zaj.ESVH.LE. May 2. William A. Young, aged22, was arrested lice charged with forging an order on Dr. Bell for S22, which he presented at a drugstore to be cashed. It was not satis factory, and one of the proprietors stepped to tbe telephone to make inquiries of Dr. Bell, when r"onng left to attend to his horses, which had become very restive, and he did not re turn. He is the same man who was arrested before charged with forging an order for two watches, but was declared inane after being in jail two days, and was sent to the asvlum, but was re lented after a short confinement. The police eav that after his irrest he was afflicted with strong symptoms of the same inaladj. SEEKING A SITE JOE SHOPS. A HISSING CONTEACTOE, And With nim la Missing tbe Foods of Sev eral Other People. rfrECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE PtSPATCH Youngstown, May 2. William Foulk, a well-know n contractor, residing at Girard, has disappeared, and investigation shows his affairs in a tansled condition. Prior to his departure Foulk secure d nearly $1,000 from parties for whom he had contracts to build bouses, as from bis reputation, they believed ho would complete tho work. Most of the money was obtained from poor men, upon whom the loss falls vcrv severely. No clew has been obtained to him since be left Girard Monday. A Railroader Loses Ilia Mind. SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO TBE DISPATCH.! YotGSTOWir, May 2. John C. Barrett, a passenger conductor whose home is at Wake field, Mass , was found on the street to-day in a demented condition. Barrett was neatly at tired and from letters found in his possession had been takinir a triu to Texas and was re turning to Boston, when stricken with mental trouble here. A message was received from bis relatives this evening stating that they would come at ouce and care for him. The Wlirrlins nnd Lake Erie Official. Ask ing Indncrments From Wheeling. rsrEriAL teleckau to the dispatch:. Whfeling, May 2. President Woodruff and a party of directors and other officials of tho Wheeling and Lake Erie Railroad arrived here this evening in carriages from Portland, O., on a tour of inspection over the extensions of the line from Portland north to Steuben villeand from Portland Miuth to Wheeling The chief object of the officials in coming to Wheeling is to sound Councils and citizens on the subject of givincto the company some in ducement to locate its sbns and general term inal affairs In this city. Thev will also hold a conference wnh the Chamber of Commerce officials TO BEAT ONE ANOTHER And Then Whip tbe World is tho Wiictnen's Ambition. SPECIAL TELEGP.AU TO THE DISPATflT.! New-Castle, May 2. Since the rod mill started up single turn, the two crews have been working alternate dajs. and this started a rivalry between them to see whirh could make the mo t wire in a single dav. The result of the competition has been to increase the daily output at i phenomenal rate, and each darsees the record of the previous day surpassed Tuesday one crew made noward or 109 000 puunds. nnd esterilay the other crew ran the record up to 175 003 pounds. An effort will be made to beat the world's record. Tri-Slnle Brevities. Wheelisg will send a large delegation to the unveiling of the Lee statue at Richmond. May 2t Louis Nichols and Michael Swartz, of Derrv, were arrested yesterday morning for stealing chickens. About one-third of the Johnstown carpenters were off duty yesterday pending negotiations with their employers. Robert McLaughlin's house near West Newton was burned through a defective flue yesterday. No Insurance. At Greenville Arbor Day wag observed by a procession of 700 school children, planting of trees and other appropriate exercises. Arthur Kirk's djnamite gang dislodged the remains of three bodies from the bed of the Connemaugh river yesterday. William i'.LlOK, a Reading detective, was arrested for tbe sixth time on a cbaree of ex toitingmonev. this time from Mrs. Kckprr a saloon keeper's wife. The Wheeling Union Bridge and Terminal Company has invested $2,500,000 in Wheeling within the last two years. The last spau of the bridge is being comj-leted. Tun Warren County Young Men's Demo. cratlc Club, of Warren. Pa., annougces that it is willing to wager $1,000 that Chicago will not make a success out of the World's Fair. A wild freight train bound north on the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad yesterday collided with a construction train on the Pittsburg. Akron and Western road, at tbe crossing at Clumous Grove, smashing tbe caboose, wrecking the engine and tearing up the track. Ihe trainmen all j'umped and cot off with slight lujunes. IN THE JTTRTS HANDS. Possible Renrrrst of One Implicated in the Weaver Murder Trial. ISPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.: Bellefome. May 2. To day was the clos ing day of the Weaver murder trial. The Com monwealth finished its case this morning, the defense this afternoon, and the case was given to the jun thii evening. b";u The evidence shows that Mrs. Weaver had a part in the murder of Andrew Welver. b also implicates Jonas Auman. wbo was f ormer ly arreted and released on a writ of habeas corpus. He was very much tangled up in bis evidence ou tbe stand, and it ir.!....-1!: ..r'r he will bo arrested. """","1" MUSIC HATH CHASMS, Bnt the Deadly Serenading Party Claims a West Virginia Victim. 'SPECIAL, TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.1 Grafton, May 2. Charles Gooding, well known here, died last night, evidently from the effect" of poison, but how it was administered is js yet a mystery, lie was out until after l o clock in the morning with a party or sere naaers, and two hours alter he retired he was taken violently ilk Three doctors worked with him for several hours, using the stomach pump, but without eflcct, and at 8 o'clock last night death relieved bis suffering A POSSIBLE SHUT DOWN. Strike for 10 Per Cent Advance in Myers' Bearer Shovel Works. ISPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.! Beaver, May 2. The men employed at the polishing department of the shovel works of H. M. Mvers & Co., this morning made a de mand for an advance of wages amounting to W per cent. The demand was refused, and the Br Monday the stock on hands in the other departments will have been nsed np. and if the trouble is not settled by that time with the polishers, the shop will shut down. Prohibition and Politics. rtPECIAL TSLXOXAM: TO THE DISPATCH.1 B800Kvn.M. May 2,-The Prohibition Conn. There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the Ivory." They are not, but like all counterfeits, they lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for Ivory Soap and insi?- upon having it, 'Tis sold everywhere. noWOl-srws DIED. BLYTR On Friday. May 2, 1890, at 2.30 p. 2i., He3rt, eldest son of James and Catharine BIyth. Funeral on Sunday, Mav i, at 2 o'clock P. 31., from the residence of his parents. No. 3905 Fifth avenue, Oakland. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 BLATTNER Friday. Mav 2, at 8 10 A. Jr., Maria B, Blattner, aged 65 years. 7 months and 24 days, at her residence, corner Schimmer and William i-treets. Eleventh wara,Allegheny. Funeral from St, Leo's Catholic Church, SUNDAY, May 4, 1890, at 2 P. II. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 BRAUFF At the residence of his son, CaDtaiu 8. J. Brauff, No. 67 Pennsylvania ave nue. Allegheny. Wednesday, April 30, 1890. at 10 JO p. si , Jonathan Brauff, in the 80th year of his age, late County Commissioner. Funeral services at 10 JO a. jr., Saturday, May 3. 2 BOAL May L 1890, at 5.30 P. Jr., THCtf AS G. Boal, son of Hannah J. Boal, aged 19 years 12 days. Funeral from residence of bis mother, Biddle street, Wilkmsbiirg, Pa.. Raturday at 2 p. m. DUNCAN At Carlisle. Pa.. Friday. May 2. 1890. at 6 a.m.. Frank Graham Duncan, son of Margaretta and the late John B. Duncan. 2 DOUGLAB-On Friday, May 2, 1590, at 9.30 p. jr., John A. Douglas, aged i years 5 months. Funeral from his parents' residence, 19 Miller street, Allegheny, on Sunday, at 2 p. jr. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. FR1TCHER On Thursday evening. Mav 1. 1K90, at Edgewood, Pa., at 7 o'clock. George W eldest son of John A. and Mary Fritcber, of Freedom, Pa., in tho 10th year of bis age. Funeral from the residence of his grand mother. Mrs. Mary Kellenberger, No. 10 Rose street, Pittsburg, 8aturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of tbe family are respectfully invited to attend. Interment private. MAYER On Thursday. Mav 1, 1S90, 6.25 A. jl, Elsie Theodoria, daughter of Gabriel and Catherine Mayer, nee Geib, aged 1 year, 3 months and 5 days. Funeral Saturday, 3 o'clock p. it, from parents' residence. No. 8 Howard street, Alle gheny City, Pa., Friends of the family are re spectfully invited to attend. 2 MORRISON At his residence, Island ave nueformerly Strawberry lane Alleghem, on May , 1890, at 1.30 p. u Alexander Mor rison, aged 78 years. Funeral at 10 o'clock A. M. Saturday, the 3d instant. Friends of tho family respectfully in vited to attend. 2 McGONNELL-On Wednesday. April SO, 1800, at 10.30 P. JI.. JAMES McGONNELL, aged 37 years. Funeral from his late residence. No. 41 Sec ond avenue, on Saturday morning, at 8.30. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 RANKfN-Suddenly. at Chicago. I1L, on Thursday. May 1, lb90, W. W. Rankin, in the 39th j ear of his age. Notice of funeral hereafter. SANDOL On Thursday, May L IS90. at 1 o'clock r. M , Mrs. Lydia Sandol, aged 66 years, sister of Bobert Thornburg, Esq .Funeral services at the residence of Dr. J. A, Duncan, 1738 Penn avenue, to day at 2 p.m. Interment private at a later hour. SANDROCK On Thursday, May 1, at 10.30 o'clock p. m., William H.,son of John W. and Phllopena Sandrock (nee Scboneman) aged 9 years 8 months and 2 da) s. Funeral from parents' residence, Buta street, Etna, Pa., on Sunday, May 4, at 2 P, M. Friends ot the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 SEXTON On Thursday. Mav 1, 1S90, at 9 45 p. MM MaroabbtBrenan, wife of John Sexton. Funeral from her late residence, Kansas street, Marlon station, B. & O. R. R., on Sun day next, the 4th mst, at 2 o'clock p. jf. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. Marietta and Cincinnati, O., papers please copy. 2 TEETS On Tuesday evening. April 29, 1E90. at 7 40 o'clock, Eliza Teets, hi ber 79th year. The friends of the family are respectfully In vited to at! end the funeral services at her late residence. No 12 Brighton place, on Sunday afternoon. May 4, 1890, at 2 o'clock. WILLIAMS On Fnrtir MnvS Miuv ivw Williams, daughter of Susan aud William winiams. Funeral on Sunday afternoon. May i, at 3 o'clock, from residence of her parents. No. 32 Sixth street, Southside. Friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend. WALKER At his home. Pleasant Hill, Mil ler's Grot e station, B. A O. R. It,, on Friday. May 2, ML at 1:30 v. jr., David H. Walker, in his .ri6.b year. Funeral services at Lebanon Presbyterian Church, Monday, May 5, at 12 o'clock k, JAMES ARCHIBALD BRO.. LIVERY AND SALE STABLES. 117, 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below SmithHeld st, next door to Central Hotel. Carriages for funerals, S3. Carriages for operas, parties, Ac, at the lowest rates. All new car- nages. .telephone communication. injl-ll-TT3 Are now lower in price than ever before known. If the McKinley tariff bill should pass as it now stands, a large advance in the cost of Car pets will inevitably follow. There never was a better time for the buyer than now. See our show window for samples. See our stock before purchasing, and note the fol lowing prices: KEW ADVERTISEMENTS. B. & B. Tapestry Velvets - - 85c Body Brussels - 85c and $1 Tapestry Brussels - 45c to 75c Best tx-Super Ingrains, 55c and 60c; regular price, 75c," Straw Mattings. We show more than 150 patterns, which include many novelties of latest importa tion from China and Tapan. Special prices by the roll (40 yards), viz.: $16, $14, $io, $8, $6, down to Vk QO. II. McCIintock 4 Co, FURNITURE, CARPETS, CURTAINS, BEDDING, 33 FIFTH AVENUE. my3-Ths BTAR SHIRT WAISTS -FOE- boys; misses -AND- LADIES. Boys' Fancy Percale Waists at 50c, 75c, Jl and 51 4U each. Boys' Seersucker Brighton Waists, 81 each. Cheviot Blouse Waists at SI 50 each. Cheviot Bicycle Waists at $2 each. White Cambric Waists wjUhout collars. White Cambric Waists w'ith standing collars. White Cambric Waists with turn-down collars. White Linen Waists, plain pleats and ruffled. Plain Flannel Waists for boys at $1 25, ?1 60, Jl S5 and $2 each, in Brighton, Bicycle and Newport shapes. Fancy Striped Flannel Waists in all the shapes In use. 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, $1 50, $4 and S5 are superb value and well merit an examination. Brussels, Russian and Cluny ef fects from $5 to gio 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 $2 50 to 35. Symphonies in color is a fitting expression to use in describ ing some of them, so perfect are they in every detail. The taste- must be hypercritical indeed that cannot be satisfied in this line. Sash Curtain materials in be wildering variety-and at prices that keep them moving. SILK DRAPERIES, Upholstery Goods, Cords, Loops, Poles and every requisite for tne complete decoration of cottage or palace. We want to increase the trade of these big departments. How? By the most effective plan best value for the lowest price. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS SPECIAL RIBBON SALE. We have purchased 236 cartons superb quality ALL-SILK RIB RONS, at the closing out sale of Messrs. Wilmerding, Hoguet & Co., in liquidation, and are now offering the most astonishing bargains in Silk and Velvet Ribbons, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. STILL TO THE FRONT ! AND -$- Fleishman &Co, PITTSBURG, PA. Leading All Competition HONESTY, INTEGRITY & ENTERPRISE!, &fcOQ 0O GUSKY'S "&0&'Hjft -C-X'&V ARE THIS WEEK CONDUCTING 11 GIGANTIC SALE OF SPECIAL VALUES STYLISH SPRING CLOTHING FOR MEN AND YOUTHS. nvr2 HINTS -OS- HOSIERY. The Most Charming Headgear ' FOR ADULTS AND JUVENILES. Special Bargains in SCRAP BASKETS, From 50c up. Onr rope and willow are the prettiest to be had. Come in and look at them. One of onr specialties tbla year is onr INDIASILKS, Both plain and fleured, used for mantel, scarf and window drapery, with fringes to match. Embroidered India Silk D'Ojlies. New Style Towel Racks In Pink. Bine. White, Yellow, 25c and 50c each. Drawn Work Edged Scrim, suitable for dresser and drapery scarfs. White Damask Scarfs and D'Oylics, stamped with designs suitable for outlining with wash gold. Something just out. All kinds of Embroidery Silk Flosses. Brainard i. Armstrong's Filo Floss. Boggs&Buhl. Allegheny. 'ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST, MNZIGEB'S I! GEO. A. SMITH, FCNERAJLi DIRECTOR, Cor. Grant and Webster Aye. Allegheny Office, 232 Beaver Avenne. fe!8-85.TTS -pEPKESENTEU IN PITlSBUlUi IN lsCl ELY'S CREAM BALM Will cure CATARRH. Price 50 cents. Apply Balm into each nos tril. ELY BROS., 56 Warren St., N. Y. de2&35-TT3 Aksft? Insurance Co. losses adjusted and paid by JOJ.ES. S4 Fourth avenue. r9JT71,G'6T3. of North America. WILLIAM L laJO-si-D WESTERN INSURANCE CO. OF PITTSBURG. Assets H48.501S7 NO. 411 WOOD STREET. ALEXANDER NIMICK. President. JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice President. ie22-2S-TTS WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary UNFADING DYES, ALL SHADES; 50c per doz. skeins, 1 25 an ounce of 32 skeins. This is very cheap for this, and lower than it ought to be sold. A bargain for tbe buyer. HORNEjTWARD, 41 FIFTHA VENUE. my2-D (LMJLfflRS . . LADIES' EOIISES' LUIS' SHIRT WAISTS LEGAL rOTICE;s "WHoST MARVELOUS Triumph Over DISEASE tVllHOUT MEDICINE. 1)R- iimnn 1Iar..0 UCIIIII PiVtiur t-r . - ...v..v uau a u.'au.. f 1.U1 unci snows how Dyspepsia, Constipation. Hies, evers. KIieunistiEm, Colds. Liver or Kidney Troubles, ot almost ny aliment Is OOJ.QUEUED Wibout Medicine The Treatment is harmless, easily an P'1'?. relief Is speedy and permanent. It Is neither Mind Core. Faith Core nor a set of rules, pn a rosltlre rreatment based upon tne Laws of Lire, ror particulars and Indorsements address (with 2c stampl HYOIEMU TREATMENT CO., o-Kcu.a, 4. . j. jox fia, xiiuourx, .ra. aplO-M-TTSSu Li-UAL AOIICE TO WHOM IT MAY concern: Take notice, ihat Wm. Welsh, Mrt. C. H. Noble. Sarah R. Wesh, R. J. Carr, Arthur Izenour, C. W. Stewart, Eliza Dud geon. Fritz Ellen, et al., owners of lots In Miflln township, Allegheny county. Pa., ad joining the borough of Homestead, will present a petition to the Court of Quarter Sessions of said countv, on Saturday, tbe 7th day of June, 1S90, at 10 o'clock A. M., making application that said court shalL by and with concurrence ot the grand jury of the conntv, decree that tbe limits of said borough be so'changed as to Include their lots Inter alia within the same. The lots to be annexed beingbounded and de scribed as follows, viz: Beginning at a point at the intersection of the somberly line of sahl -.w-i ... WiC tuu.-i hub 01 west street thence S. 31 f E. 256 feet along tho center is"6?'1 pe&Vretet ,t0 a.,pofnt: 'hence n! ST. .. K m feet al0D': tue center line of Pink alley to the center line of Manie street thence S. 31 4' E. 142 feet along the cent"; NVffi'MPP7f8t,;eet, t0 a Pit; thence N. 58 68' E. 142 feet along the center linn nf Seventeenth avenue to the bOTough lme thence N. 47 1 W. 600 feet along the borough J5 ? JSS;iai,JLh.e" a 43 sp w. &7 uVsrstreVCheeo'fUbeent!!fnC,enter"n8or my3W,17.24,A31Ve6' AU'-V P"eUoBi MANUFACTURERS AND MERCHANTS INb. CO., 417 Wood St., Pittsburg, Pa. Capital 250,UO0 00 Assets. January 1, 1S90. 370,244 70 Directors Charles W. Batchelor, President; John W. Chailant, Vice President: A. E. W. Painter, Robert Lea, M. W. Watson, John Wil son, Joseph Walton, Wm. G. Park, A. M. Br ers. James J. Donnel, George E. Painter, John Thompson. Wm. T. Adair, Secretary; James Little, Assistant Secretary; Augut Ammon, General Agent ia22-32 JIWS EXCURSION TO EUROPE! ONLY 8250.00. Under tbe management of EDWIN JONES, of 462 Putnam avenne. Brooklyn, N. Y., leaving New York July 9, entire trip of six weeks to England. France, Belgium, with all necessary expenses, first-class steamer, railway and hotels, carriage drives, etc; send for itinerary and pamphlets. ap2S-5 JAS. MNEIL & BRO., BOILERS. PATENT PLATE AND SHEET-IRON WORK. SHEET XRON ANNEALING BOXES. With an Increased capacity and hydraulic machinery we are prepared to furnish all work in our line cheaper and better than by the old methods. Repairing and general machine work. Twenty-ninth street and Allegheny Vol ev Railroad. te6-18-TT8 Ej. ?L0O. BLOOKER'S Instantaneous, fl , . f L 150 Cups "-.!! forSI.00. COCOA. U. & PEPOT.IS Mercer 81, N. T. 023-60 W8 f?n7w?.URT0F COMMON PLEAS NO. ISO? wir1?e,n.y,COU!it No- i6i JunB te. S, Lll, eieP PTen that an applica tion has been filed and will be presented to the 55Ld,HrV.0J to.a,law Jdge) on 8ATURDA Y, VleJMH.,da7.Sf J,ay- - D.. 1890, at 10 o'clock A. jr.. under tbe corporation act of April 29, 1874. and Jhe several supplements thereto, by RE!Li1law, W.C.Shaw. A. C. Shaw, j". P. i.j 9scar R'cklefsen for the charter of ... iu corporation to be known as tho Woodlawn Cemetery, the rharae'er and object o bich h to pruudc support and maintain a public cemetery, and for that purpose 10 have, possess and enjoy all tbe rights, benefits and privileges conferred by tbe said act of Assem bly and Its supplements. JOHN L SHAW.W. C-SHAW. A. C. SHAW, JAMES P. SHAW. OSCAR RICKLEFSEN. 'QJ"ko Jr" "" " ! Aran. 2a. 1890, p2M3-3 ELECTION1 OFFICE OF Monongaiielv Water Company. iiu parson St., second Moor.. PlTTSBUEO -ELECTION NOTICE THE ANNUAL jj election oi a resident and 8 managers ot this company will take place on TUESDAY, MAYS, between tbe hours of 3 and 5 F. JH. at this office. G. STENGEL, Secretary. ap205-D PANY. I r f rBQ, FA. J ANNUAl Office of the Philadelphia Company, i S20 Penn avenue, PlTTSBUEQ. Pa., April 25, 1S90. ) THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of this company will he held in the Westlnghouse building on MONDAY. May fi. 1890. at the hour of 12 o'clock, noon, for the election of a President and Board of Direct ors for tbe ensuing year, and for tbe transac tion of any other business that may come be fore said meeting. W. D. UJPTEGKAFir, P secretary. The largest selection of Blazers in either city. Every style asked for can be found. Fancy Striped Flannel Blazers, with raised shoul ders, only $i 74. Broadcloth and Cheviot Blazers, with gilt or silver edging, cord and tassel fasteners, $3 39 t0 $ Also a full line of Flannel, Sateen and Jersey Blouse Waists to match Blazers. In Shirt Waists for the Ladies we lead the trade; a new one just received is made with an entirely embroidered bosom, and is very nobby. Also "The Estelle Clayton" Shirt Waist, with two detachable Collars and Cuffs, perfect fitting and stylish, in white, dots and stripes; price j5i 49 to $2 24. Lace and Cloth Capes Fine Lace Capes as low as $2 24 up to 12. Cloth Capes, warranted all wool, in every shade and color, $1 49 to 10. It would require en tirely too much space to describe this line; suffice to say we have everything the fancy can paint or fashion dictate, and at prices that will suit every purse. In fact our Cloak Department is just as full of novelties and bargains as "an egg is full of meat." First come first served, as many of them cannot be duplicated. DAMP'S, Sixth St and Penh Ave., What is more essential to com fort than good, well-fitting Hosiery? Nothing not even the shoes one wears, for without good Hosiery the feet will never be at ease. Warm weather will soon be here, and you'll want something light and cool. We have Hosiery in all grades and to suit all tastes. When visiting our stoie make sure to look at this department then you'll have an idea of it3 extent Per haps you don't know it, but WE IMPORT ALL OUR HOSIERY DIRECT FROM THE MANU FACTURER, and are consequently able to sell more RELIABLE GOODS AT LOWER PRICES than other houses less favorably situated. It took the dyers a long time to produce an absolutely Fast Black Stainless Stocking one that won't discolor the skin but thev suc ceeded at last. You'll have no complaint to make on this score if you patronize our department. We handle no goods that won't stand the test of time and give satisfac tion to the wearer in. every respect This season we have succeeded in improving our qualities without increasing the price. That's what we started out to do, and we suc ceeded even beyond our expecta tions. This department beine so very large, it is only possible to mention a few of the special bar gains we have to offer this week: Lot I Ladies f?st black hose 12c Lot 2 Ladies' fine quality fast black hose .... 19 c Lot 5 Ladie' fast black onyx hose. 25 c Ajuy .ijaaies' maeiiDie uiacic guar anteed hose Lot i Ladies' extra fine black guar anteed hose Lot 5 Ladies' extra fine onyx guar anteed hose Lot 6 Ladies' still finer guaranteed nose Lot 7 Ladies' still liner guaranteed hose Lot 8 Ladies' still finer guaranteed hose Lot 9 Ladies' still liner guaranteed hose Lot 10 Ladles' extra onyx guaran teed hose Lot 11 Ladies' black full regular hose Lot 12 Ladles' balbriggan seamlesj hose 1 Lot 13 Ladies' balbriggan finer qual ity hose Lot 11 Ladies' balbriggan extra fino hose Lot 15 Ladies' balbriggan out sizes hose. Lot 16 Ladies' balbriggan superior quality hose Lot 17 Ladies' balbriggan superior New, 'Novel and Cute Ideas in Furnishings, -AND- THE -:- FINEST -:- FOOTWEAR -:- IN -:- AMERICA. FACTS WORTH PONDERING. HOftJEST aualiiv hose Lot 18 Ladies' lisle bose. boot nat- 25 c 30 c 30 c 33 c 35 c 37Ko 40 c 50 c 15 c 13 c 18 c 25 c 25 c 33 c 37&C 37Jic 45 c There is no tact or ability required to sell cheap goods to give people what appears to be something away below the actual cost of 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, like "murder, will out." Indignation follows, andf also of course, well-merited lost pat- ronage. Then comes in the old proverb, "Once bit, twice shy," and tnen the honest dealer comes in for his honest dues. Herein is V" jf. f where we have jp ever de- pended for our sh are, that has built up our Mammoth ff A 1 g trade. Our aim has r r La J Ee 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.X 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 now stand exclusively on the merits of our goods and have inaugurated this liKMT Si'iiClAlv VAL.UU UISfEKSlON 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 COME DIRECT TO US Pittsburg, Pa. X iayj TEETH. 1 Penn arcf mi wait. Open BundTi, XI AND IC. am. Elegant sets. Ulnrs asneclAltr. Vllall V- -- air WIC. AIK. iHIL.L,lt arc.f makes or npaui tcu -while j maa-l tern Lot 19 Ladies' lisle hose, boot pat tern Lot 20 Ladies' lisle hose, boot pat tern 48 c Lot 21 Ladies' lisle bose, boot pat tern 50 c Lot 22 Ladies' lisle hoso. fat black. 50 c jL,ot . Lames' Mack silk hose 50 c Lot 21 Ladies' black silk, fast black finish bose 75 c Lot 25 Ladies' black onyx silk, fast black finish 100 Lot 26 Children's and misses' fast black 13 and loo Lot 27 Children's and misses' fast double knee 22 and 25c Lot 28 Children's and misses' fine Hermsdorf fast black. 20 to 25c Lot 29 Children's and misses' fast black still finer. 25 to 45c Lot 30 Children's and misses' real French ribbed 37 to 60c Lot 31 Boys' extra heavy bicvele linse. .'....45 to 90e Lot 32 Infants' black silk hose 45 and 50c Lot 33 Gents'regularmade half hose 12Kc Lot 34 Gents' regular made half hose 15 c Lot 35 Gents'regularmadehalf hose 18 o iiot do uenis' regular Diack half bose 23 o Lot 37 uents' regular fancy half hose 18 c Lot 38 Gents' regular made real lisle hose 23 c Lot 39 Infants' black cashmere hoseSO to 33c Lot 40 Infant's colored casbmero hose 25 c A Full Line of HOSE SUPPORTERS For children and ladies at 12. 18, 25c np. Also fine silk garters, 65c up, and garter webs in all colors by the yard in silk or cotton. J5"Don't forget to look at our DRESS TRIMMING DEPART MENT all the novelties. Dress makers are especially requested to examine our stock of Trimmings and Linings. We Charge No More for Good Reliable Goods Than Others do for Poorl See the elegant Spring Overcoats we are offering from 5 to $15. bee the magmheent back buns we otter for Sa up to S18. See our one, three and four Button Cutaways, $8, Sio, S12 to 18. See our Black Twill Cheviot Suits, sack or frock, at $8. See our Electric Blue Sack Suits, single or double breasted, S15 to S20. See our White "Vests from 49c, and our Magnificent Fancy Vests. Yes, and see our Business Pants from $1 75 and Dress Pants from Mind these are genuine, warranted goods all in the height of style, well made and finished elegantly. See our Boys' Short Pant Suits, from 98c See our Boys' Long Pant Suits, from $2 50. See our Kilt Suits, from Si 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. 1 i I Come and Go Through Our Hat Department. 1 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 Furnishings and Footvear Departments, Which are replete to the minuest detail, and you will 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. fLatest Styles! Best Qualities! Lowest Prices! Is Our Standing Motto. With no intention of forcing sales on unwilling visitors, we cordially invite inspection and critical comparison, leaving your judgment and inclination to decide upon the merits of our goods and the special value3 we claim to be offering. The Man of Toil, the Pauper and the Millionaire! Rosenbaum & Co., 510-514 MARKET ST. ap29-TTSSn Everybody, in fact, is treated on an equal footing in our repeat, you shall find all our goods to be lower in price qualities than can be found in any other store in America. store and we for the same s i and TUMOKS cured. Jto AC linr" I"N an I fllul U l knife. Bend for ttitlmon- liniwiji wis. w.u.oicHicnaei.M.p,, VI II 1VU I H HUfin lit. Buffalo .Y,' jahlWM-irjjatiTk G-USKY 300 to 400 MARKET ST., The Most Popular, Liberal and Extensive Outfitters In the Country, I ki j v. a -dJS'-eJAlllifoltft? S"- s'lkMiC'