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THE PITTSBURG- piSPATOH,-j FRIDAY,' MAT 23, 1890. I i. i -3S A JUSTICE ATTACKED While Dozing in His Office at Wheel ins by a Local Tongb. THE CULPfilT LODGED IN JAIL. A Delirions Man Attempts to Suicide With a Hatchet EI SPLiTmG HIS EKDIiL OFN isrscru. tei.ior.im to tots DturxTcn. "Wheeling, May 22. This afternoon Benjamin Frailer, a local tongh, went to the office of W. H. Davis, a Justice of the Peace, and made an unprovoked assault upon him, The old gentleman was docinc on a lounge, but he manured to secure a poker and the two men carried on a conflict out to the sidewalk, when Frazier threw Davis down and would hare probably killed him had not J, a Jordan, an attorney, come to the rescue. Frailer was jailed for too grand jury. He says a man hired him to do the work. Justice Davie has secured tbo enmity of the criminal classes and this is the second assault on him within a year MOKGAN CONVICTED. Decker Tells n Mrango Story About the Oninn Ilobbrrj. tsrxciix TiuroEiu to ins pisrxTCH.i Fii.pi.ay, May 22. At noon to-day tho Jury in the case of Charles Morgan, one of the prin cipals In the Oman robbery case, rendered a vordlct of guilty, as indicted. The trial of Sherman Decker, another of the alleged robbers, began this morning, with a large crowj In attendance. The prosecution produced testimony of several witnesses show ing a confession of Decker, in which he said. If let off easy, ho would tell the whole story. He had then said that when he called at the Oman bouse on the evening of the robbery it was to see if the coast was clear, aud at that time Jaooh Long. William Swisher, Tuck Hughes, John Coleman, Henry Kibler. Jerome Kiblar. Cli&rlei Mnrt-in Levi Fee and Marc Llndsoy were hid near the house and that they jumped out and en t to the houso as soon as he came nut. A man was brought from tho penitentiary Who sild Decker had made tbo same confession to him in jail while they were there as fellow prisoners. Ihtienas a tremendous sensation in court this evening caused by tho conduct of tbe at torney for the defense, w ho had been appointed by tbe Court. A quarrel resulted from the ruling of tbe Court acainst a question, and a rot nearly followed. The Judge came very near deposing tbe attorney from the caBe, and a great deal of excitement was caused. MARRIED ONLY EIGHT DATS. X Yonnffsiona Couple Seek Hrpnrntloa After n Brief Honeymoon. nrXCIAL TELBOBAU TO TUX DISPATCH. TcroxGSTOWir, May 22. Eight days ago George P. ISabst, a prosperous retired tailor, aged 62, and Mrs. VVIlnolmlna Buck, a widow of 55, who came here a year ago, ere married and commenced housekeeping. This after, noon Banst rushed into an attorney's office and said: "I was married eicbt days ago, and I want a divorce quick." In explanation lie said that lie had bad a quarrel with his bride and she had deemed yesterday to return to Germany. He assisted in packing her trunks, purchased her tickets and cave her monej, and then she chanced ber mind and concluded to stay in this country. Mrs Babst cliims that her husband was too affectionate to her daughter, and this caused tbe trouble. The couple visited an attorney's office this afternoon and bad articles of separation drawu up and signed. EARMEES IN SESSION. A BIc Meeting for the Purpose ofFormlne a Lengue. ffrECIAL TZLEGRAH TO TBE DISPATCH.! WASm:vGTO May 22. Some 200 farmers attended a meeting for tbe purpose of effecting a county organization or tbe Farmers' League. The men gathered in tho court room at 2 p. m. to-dav. and were called to order by J. B. John son, or Chartiers township. J, S. Buchanan, of Mt Pleasant township, was made temporary Chairman; W. G. Berry, of Chartlers, becre tary; A- Horn, of Franklin township, and J. Jj. Henderson, of Canton township, were appointed a Committee on Credentials. A committee was also appointed on perma nent organization; and after this W. B. Pierce. MNewlork.btate Organizer of the Farmers' League, delivered an address, stating the In tentions of that organization. IEON FURNACE SOLD. Tbo Direct Process to be Used in Fnrltyina; iboMrtnl. rSFECIAI, TELEOBAM TO THE DISPATCH.' You.-gstow. May 22. Arrangements were completed this afternoou by which the Youngs town Steel Company purchased the Tod fur nace, owned by the Brier Hill Iron and Coal Company, the consideration being private. Tbe purchasers are the owners of the washed mctai plant, and intend to adopt tho direct process of purifying tbe metal as arawn fiom the furnace instead or, as has been the custom, of remcltin it in the cupola - " The Brier Hill Iron and Coal Company are having plans prepared tor the erection nf v mammoth biist furnace as a companion to their rreent Grace fnrnace, which is one of the finest in tbe Mahoning Valley. WILL EXTEND THE TJNE. The Skcnnnso nnd Allegheny Railroad's Improvements. rSPECIAI. TELEORAK TO TUX DISrATCH.l Youostowx, May 22. The majority of the owners of stocks and bonds of theSbenango and Allegheny Rillroad have placed them in tho hands or a committee consisting or Thom-is II. Wells, or this city, and five others, with full power to proceed and reorganize It and tho Pittsburg, Hbenango and Lake Krle Railroad. It is the present lino from Amasa Junction to Conncaut Harbor, a distance of 40 miles. It is now regarded certain that tbe line will l)o built and some improementsmadoat the harbor of a costly character. SPLITS HIS TTEAn OPEN. A Delirious Canton Sinn Attempt to Commit Rnlcldr. :srzcuL telegram to the dispatch. Canton, May 22. James Collier, a married man, living with bis family about tbree miles north of Navarre, attempted to commit snlcide yesterday by splitting his head open with a hatchet. Ho was evidently delirious after a long attack of influenza. He succeeded In inflicting severe cuts on his head before his wife succeeded in netting help when he was quieted down and physicians called In. Ilesnmrs the General Managership. ISrXCIAL TELEOBAM TO TUX DISPATCH.! T 8COTTDAI.E. May 22. As an actor courtesy General Manager Lynch, or tho Frick Com pany, has resumed the Valley Coke Works, and tbe three men who were discharged for not filling tbe wagons properly will herein stated to-morrow. Local grievances at the Lclsenring works have been adjusted, and tranquility once mora prevails in the coke re gions. Mine Workers In Convention. ISrECIil, TELEORAU TO TUX DISPATCS.1 PuirxscTAtvyET, May 22. About 35 dele fates from the various mines in Division 27, United Mine Workers of America, met in con vention here to-dav. National Secretary and Treasurer Robert Watchorn is present A scale to govern the price of mining in Division 27 will likely be adopted to-morrow. Ohio Prohibitionist Nominate. .-srrctAL txlioiiaxto tux dispatch.! Cadiz, May 23.-The Prohibitionists nomi- -.., .aj -k-ine rroniDitionists nated the following county ticket to-day: bate Jndge. J. Roberts; Prosecuting Att, J. M. Greenlee; Clerk ot Court. W. A. Pro- ' Attorney. rVtnrt- W A Tnhn. VtiiSyif J" w-""er; Commissioner, E, M.lng: Infirmary Director, John Smylle. Died From His Irjnre. rsruciAi. txleorav to thi dispatcb.i .vL?CA'?Iay22-Hon- J-B- Robinson, one ot the best known farmers mthls portion of Ohio. lSJk'c?? "VJlA Sunday by a prominent in the Farmers AllUnce movement Wast the Bay Dlsebarcod. rSPECIAI. TILED RAM TO THE mi.r i Xijca, Ohio. May St-Fifty m.n empioyodln the Toledo, Bt. Louis and Kansas City snops, at Delphos, went out on a strike to-day demand ing that the company discharge all of the boys employed in the shops and reinstate the older men. DOES HOT WOK HOPEFUL. No material Chnnjto In the Tarllo Creek Conl htrlkr. rSPICIAL TILIGBAM TO TUB CISPATCB.t Bbjlpdock, May 22. The strike at the mines of the New York and Cleveland Gas Coal Company, at Turtle Creek, Is assuming qnlte a serious aspect, especially on the part of the miners, who aro almost dependent upon the operation of the mines for a livelihood. They have been out now almost a month fer the ad vanced rate of 7a cents per ton, which the Arm refuses to concede. Iron gates have been placed at the entrance to tbe mines, and this week worknienjwere engafKd to tear down the Check honse for the purpose of erecting a new one. Shonld the miners refuse to co to work at the old rate of 7U cents per ton before the work has a three months' idleness is before them. STEIKEHS BESTJHE 'WOBK. A Compromise EflVcird Between Coal Operators nod Mrikiojf YVorkmrn. fcrXCUL TZLEGRAH TO Till PISrATOH.l SMlTHTOJf, May 22. The Arbitration Com mittee of the miners and operators of tbe Smltbton coal regions met and settled the bitter strike that has been on for several weeks. Operator Htoner, who represented the opera tors, rave their ultimatum of 2 25 to tbe miners' representatives, and tbe latter tbougbt It the wisest course to accept it. This, although not what was demanded, is a considerable advance over tbe wages that were paid prior to the strike. Accordingly all of tbe works bavo resumed save the Waverly Com pany's plant, where the strike is still on. A 6TEANGE DISAPPEARANCE, A 17-Ycnr-Old Girl BUsilne From Her Home. nrXCtAL TSLKORAM TO TUX DISPATCH.) Gbeensiiueq, May 21 Tbe community of Mammoth is considerably excited over the sod den and strange disappearance of Miss Alice Crumm, a 17 year-old daughter of Jesse Crumm, who resides at this place. She disappeared on Monday, Mayo, and nothing has been heard of her since. Tne young lady was always about home with her parents and At as a modest, un assuming glrk Her parents are highly respectable and nearly distracted on account of her disappear ance. WEST AND MISS BRTJNDAGE. One Whltetvaibra WUIIo ilie Other Flay lie Hnrmonlcn. ISrXCI At TILEQIU.X To TUX DISPATCU. 1 Washqtow, May 22. West, the colored man held for tbe murder of the Crouch family, spends most of bis time whitewashing the jail. He Is in a good humor and does not seem to fear any serious results. The white woman, Miss Brundage, who was arrested with West, keeps up a continual singing and playipg on the mouth organ, and langhs and snouts a great deal. Tbe longed-for trunk came to-day and afforded tbem a change of clothing. AN UNHAPPY OUTLOOK. The Situation or the Miners' Strlko Look ins Morn Serious. tSPECIAI. TZLEORAM TO TUX DISPATCH.; AKEON, May 22. The miners in Snmmlt mines struck last evening for the advance de manded some time ago in accordance with the agreement made at the Columbus convention. The demand being refused tbe men went out in a body and tbe mines are closed down to-day. -i.ua sinners want an increase irom a Itt per per day for Inside work to 2 25, and from SI 2 it or outside to 1 80. News Notes From Tbree States. At Wheeling all hope or a settlement has been abandoned in tbe builders' strike by both parties. A cakpentkk named KHno fell from tbo United Brethren Church at Scottdala and was badly hurt internally. A Jir?, En named James Kelly was internally injured by a fall of coal at Crabtrea yesterday morning, and Jesse Spear had one of bis feet smashed. The Western husquehanna Classlsot tbe German Reformed Church and the County Convention of tbe W. C. T. U. are in session at Bcllefonte. Thb colored voters of Washington county are forming Independent political clubs. The four organizations within tbe county now num Drrs 265 members. W. U. Little fc Bros , doing an extensive merchandising and milling business at Mc Alevy's Fort, near Huntington, ha.ve failed. Liabilities, $30,000; assets, none. Two hundred students of Washington and Jefferson College have chartered a car to at tend the inter-collegiate oratorical contest to be held in Allegheny, May 80. Gokdoi. Killing er was arrested at Scott dale Wednesday night on the charge of being implicated in the Cochran robbery. No trac-o has been round of Clark Hough, who dug his way out of the lockup. Hebmaxj? Speicheb, a well known German resident of Altoona, attempted to suicide yesterday bv hanging, but was cut down by his wife beforo hfo was extinct Domestic infelic ity said to be tbe cause. TnE Beaver Falls Rod and Gun Club have purchased a plot of ground 30 by 135 feet in Prospect Park, and will erect thereon a hand some clubhouse at cost of 510,000- The build- jnj; niu do vicaunj lurmsneu and ntteu up. IT PLEASED THE PUBLIC. An Advertisement Tlint Wns Fnlflllcd to the Letter A Big Crowd nt the P. C. C. C As published yesterday, the P. C. C. C. haye placed on sale the combined slock of three large clothing firms which they bought for spot cash, at about 33 cents on the dollar. The first day of the sale has met with tremendous success, and every one who calls re.il i res at once that men's fine suits, the most stylish to be seen, are sold at about one-third their real worth. You'll find men's all-wool cassimere suits at 88 an fine diagonal suits at $10, Prince Albert coats and vests at J10, and many more bar gains we have not the space to mention. Better call at once and get a choice at tho cream of our lucky purchase. P. C. C. O. cor." Grant and Diamond sts.. "We will store your furs and insure them against fire, moths, etc. JOS. HORNE & CO.'S Penn Avenue Stores. B. & B. Head display ad. thi paper; when here see the Habutai silks, SO cts. MP Boqgs & Buhl. Baby Carriages Sell so easy at Harrison's. Why? Because so cheap. 123 Federal st., Allegheny. and insure them against fire, mot hs, etc JOS. HORIfE & Co.'S Penn Avenue Stores. Cash paid for old gold Hanch's, No. 295 Filth ave. and silver at wfsu Makes the Weak Strong. The way in which Hood's Sarsaparilla builds up people in run down or weakened state of health conclusively proves the claim that this medicine "makes the weak strong." It does not act like a stimulant, imparting fictitious strength from which the ,,,., c,ii... tion of greater weiknefs than before, but in the most natural wayHood's Sarsaparilla overcomes that tired feeling creates an appetite, purines the blood, and, in short, gives great bodily, nerve, mental and digestive strength. Hood's Sarsaparilla 0$ ss shifts MPier rea 100 Doses One Dollar. Commendable. All claims not consistent with the high char acter of Syrup of figs are purposely avoided by tbe Caf. Fie Bvrnn Cnmnm v. It acta r-entlv on tho kidneys, Jlver and bowels, cleansing the system effectively, but it is not a cure-all and "". "". i'"J'nsions wat every dohio wm not substantiate. A MiD-SEAsoir clearance of curtains. Bead our "ad," to-day, Jos. Hobhb & Co.'b Penn Avenue Stores, Ooo Thousand Dollar Forfeit if I fal to Drove Floraplexlon the best medicine in existence for liver com plaint, dyspepsia, nervous debility, bilious ness and consumption. It cures where all other remedies fall. Ask your druggist for it. Sample bottles sent free. mwfsu Fbauklik Hakt, New York. A mid-seasoit clearance of curtains. Bead our "ad." to-day. J03. HOBKE & CO.'S Penn Avenue Stores. Etcvnior Aceldama Avoided by using the Marshall self-closing hatchway "gate. Inexpensive, successful and durable. MahshalIi Bros., G9 Diamond street, Pittsburg, Pa. Men's White Gauze Undervests For this warm weather at 25c each, value ever offered at this price. Best Job. Horns & Co.'s Peqn Avenue Stores. Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday. Kama, Bestdenea. I William Marshall Allegheny 1 Agnes tijall , Pittsburg (James F. Hoynolds ....Allegheny I Sadie M. McCrory Allegheny (Stephen J. Herbert l'lttsburic J Mary . Wrnce ....t'ltlsburg ( Thomas Turley Itoblnson township J Julia Zapt Ito.l township ( A. F. McDonald Allegheny i-iiio u. jirown..., Allegheny j Krapcls(j, Lamb l'lttihunr i Eleanor E. ltobcrts I'lltiburK (Ueorg-r Heron.., Allegheny J Alary Vanvork ,.,. .Allegheny I Henry Katth Alleehrnr 1 Main lo Kaiser. ..,..., ,,. Allegheny ( l.cwli Moore , Allegheny I Henrietta Hilton Allechony ( Thomas l'rlnce I'lttiiiurpr I k.v.lc Ncwinycr l'ltuburit nlenry lilrx. ,..,., , ,,, Allegheny ena iteusch Allegheny j daniei O'Connor ,,.., uuquesne I Uridgct Hopkins Mlffllu township J James O. Holt , McKeesport l.iuniat). Cummins , , .AlcKeesnort (rHanlilavl.lvkowik.1 , I'lttslinrg ( Marcyanna Kozlowka ...., ..fitt.huri J Daniel liyan Pltttburir IMoraUavalian.., ,....,... J' jUburg ( Alexander Black , ,.,,,. "utiburir I KllaUrabHin , ,.l'nthure ( James 8oo(t. .,.,.., , AUUhcnr Alary Joyce...., ,,. .,..,.,.Allegbeuy MARRIED. BUTTON-SINGER-Thursday, May IB, 1S0O, in Denver, Cpl.. Mr, Fbanjc Suttow, of But ler, Pa., to Miss Laura Sinqer, of Pittsburg. MITTW1LL OROVE-On Thursday eyen ing. May 22. 1890, at 25 Esplanade strent, by Rov.Dr. E.M. Ure. Mr. Habby HIT? WILL and Lillie Alice Grove. DIED. BAKER-On Tuesday, May 20, 1890, at 10.30 o'clock p. m., Jeahxette Baker. Funeral on Friday. May 23, at 2 p. a., from tbe residence of ber brother, Julius Baker, Green Tree borough, Allegheny county. Pa. 2 BRAWDV-On Thursday, May 22. 1890, at 2.30 a. sr Na oy Etuel Is abelle Brawdy, only daughter of John A. and Maggie M. Brawdy, aged U months, 3 days. Funeral from residence, No. 1415 Main street, Sharpsburg, on Friday, May 28, 1880, at 2.30 r. it. ELLISON On Wednesday morning. May 21, ISM, at 5 o'clock. Johanna Ellison, aged 7d years, 9 months and 3 days. Funeral will take place from her late resi dence, rear No. 4919 Penn avenue, on Friday morning at 8.30 o'clock. Servioes at St Joseph's church, Liberty avenue, at 9 o'clock. Friends of tbe family aro respectfully invited to attend, Baltimore and Moberly, Mo,, papers please copj.j 2 GRAY On Wednesday. May 21. 1890. at 6.40 p. if., George W. Gray, at his residence, Sciota street between Mathilda and Fitch streets. Twentieth ward, aged 84 years. Funeral to take place on Friday after noon, at 2 o'clock. Interment private. HOOD On Thursday morning at 3 o'clock, William Herbert, youngest son ot Wm. G. and Annie M. Hood, aged 11 months ana 13 days. Funeral from residence of Mr. Louis Welder hold. No. 32 Pennsylvania avenue, Allegheny City, ou Friday, May 23, 1890. Interment private. LINEY Thursday. May 22, 1S90, at 10 15 p.m., James, son of Patrick and Jane Linsy, in his S6tb year, at tbe residence of his pareuts, 727 Forbes street Notice ot funeral hereafter. LEVAKE Suddenly, Wednesday night. May 21, 1890. Norman Edgar Levakb. son of the late A. B. ana Ann A Levake, In the Sfltb, year of his age. Funeral from his late residence, 2003 Larkins alley, to-day (Friday), at 2 o'clock. Friends ot tbe family aro respectfully invited to attend. HI & V On nTailtl.ait.l. tf.i. Ol 1CHA I CJ nn o'clock p. m., Patrick May. in his 7Sth year. Funeral from his late residence, 318 Second avenue, on Saturday mobninq, tho 21th in. stant, at 830 o'clock. Services at St Paul's Cathedral at 9 a. m. Interment private. Columbus, O., papers please copy. McCLURE At St. Paul. Minn . May 20, 1890. LydiaS. McOlure, widow of Hon. William B. McClure, in her 81st year. Funeral services at the residenco of Mrs. Sarah McCandless. Wmebiddle avenue, Pitts burg, on Saturday, tho 24th Inst., at 10,30 A. M. OSTIN On Thursday, May 22, 1890. at 7:40, Edwin Ostin, Sr., agod 87 years, at his late residence Railroad street, Braddock, Pa. Funeral service on Saturday at 1 p. m., to proceed to Braddock Cemetery. Friends of tho family are respectfully invited to attend. SWINDELL On Tuesday, May 20, 1890, at 9 P. M Mrs. ANN Swindell, widow ol James Swindell, in her 81st year. Funeral services at her late residence, 278 Howard street on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends ot the family are respect fully invited to attend. WILSON-On Wednesday, May 21. 1890, at 12 p. ,, Mrs. LETITIA F., wife or Jopu S. W1I son, aged 44 years, at her residence, Beltz hoover avenue, Thirty-first ward, Soutbside. Funeral Friday, at 2 o'clock p. u. Friends ot the family are respectfully invited to attend. ANTHONY MEYER. (Successor to Meter, Arnold 4 Co Lira.,) UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER. Office and residence, 1134 Penn avenue. Tele phone connection. myll-140-MWrsu JAMES M. FHLLERTON. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER, No. 6 Seventh Street, Telephone 1153. ap24-48-wyau FLORAL EMBLEMS. ORCHIDS AND ROSES OF RARE BEAUTY. A. 31. & J. B. MURDOCH, Ct SMITHFIELD ST. OLJ Telepbono 429. no20-Mtrr LOVELY FLOWERS. The choicest cnt flowers at lowest prices. Also bedding out plants, roses, etc., in great variety. Telephone 23& JOHN'S. & A. MURDOCH, myg-MWT 508 8MITHFIELD BT. pEPRESKNTEU IN PITTSBURG IN 1SCI ABSET . J9J071.63835. Insurance Co. of North America. Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L JQHES. 84 Fourth avenue. UaSi-D TEETH. H p AND sic. FULL jrem. Elegsnt sets. Fine fl lines a specialty. Vitalised air Sue. lltt vAii.hih Penn ave., m: sslt. Open Sundays. makes or repairs sets while you mhS-IS ARTIFICIAL ICE. BRUCE CRYSTAL ICE CO, The finest ice In this market Manufactured from distilled water. Telephone olSO. sny-is 1 NSW ADVERTISEMENTS. STERLING SILVER. We have added to our extensive stock dur ing the last week some of the finest and most unlqne designs in Butter Plates and Spreads, Orange and Coffee Spoons, Salad and Oyster Forks, Ice Cream and Berry Sets, Asparagus Tongs, Cheese Scoops, and many other odd pieces. Some of tbe above are gilt and very attractive. We invite inspection. SHEAFER & LLOYD, JEWELERS, Successors to Wattles & Sheafer, 37 FIFTH AVENUE. apS-vw? -AT- LATIMER'S Owing to the Eastern depression 0,685 YARDS FRENCH SUITING 29c, In all ths choicest stripes, all-wool; tho im porters named 50o as their price. 8,905 YARDS 5, 0, 8 and 10 Cents, These prices are little over half the real value of those goods. 15,694 YARDS 3, 4, 5 and 8 Cents. Toll is where wo save you money. T. M. LATIMER, 138 and 140 Federal, 48 and 46 South Diamond, Allegheny. v my2i.Mwr YOUR FIRST STEP -IN THE- FERMIER Will be as graceful a3 the succeeding ones. GENTLEMEN who know a first-class shoe at sight can trace their superiority over others. The price of this Shoe is but From which you. can select at this figure your choice of material, Calfskin, Kan garoos, Patent Leather and Russian Tan. Every foot fitted admirably, slim or wide; in any style or shape of last. Study your com fort. The Fermier gives you that HIMMELRICH'S 430 to 436 Market St,, Braddock House, 916 Braddock Ave. myl8-wvsn Quick Stop THE ONLY SAFE MEDICINE THAT WILL CURE ANY HEADACHE IN 15 MUTES. Warranted to Cure. mbll GOIiD MEDAL, PABIB, 1878. "W. BAEEB & CO.'S Brett Cocoa absolutely ours and it is soluble. No Chemicals srs sjel In It. piepushon. It hu mors (ton Oru ttnu at ttrmfti ot Cocoa mind with SUrch, Airowroot r Sugar, and is therefore far more economical, coding Uu (Son M cent a cvji. I( u deliciooj, nourishing, treugihenlng, Easht DiorSTxn. and admirably adapted for InraUds u well u for persons In health. Sold by Grocer everywhere. W. BASES & CO.. DorchtMter. Mastv - SHOE m if ill NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. "MHS THE CBffSI." DANZI'GEE'S, The leading and largest Millinery Home in Western Pennsylvania, with many imitators, BUT NO EQUALS. "No Charge for Trimming" When materials are purchased here. 2T9WFOR BARGAINS IN HOSIERY. Children's Fast Black Hose, worth 20c, at 12$g pair. 100 dozen Children's Fast Black Kibhed Hose, sizes B to 84, 24o pair, worth 35c pair. ladies' .bast lilacs: Hose, 14o pair. Ladles' lull regular mada Hose, 19o pair, worth 2fie. Ladies' fancy Hose, seamless, 14 different styles to select from, 24c pair. Ladies' Fast Black Lisle Hose, all sizes, 39a pair. See our bargain counter of Black and Colored Lisle Hose nt 49a pair. Gents' seamless Hose, m solid colors, lfio pair. See our fancy nose for Gents. Three pairs for $1; actually worth COc pair, BARGAINS IN GLOVES. Ladies' four-button Kid Gloves, worth SI. our price 69c per pair. Ladles' lour-liuttou Suede Gloves, la colors, worth 51 24, our price 74? per pair. Ladies' hand-sewLd Kid Gloves, four button, worth ?1 B0, now at 99a per pair. Ladies' Riding Gloves at 1 24 per pair. Misses' Kid Gloves at BOq per pair. Ladies' improved finger-tipped Silk Gloves at 74o per pair. Ladles' Black Silk Gloves at 49a per pair. Ladies' Black Silk Wits at 19c, 24o, 89o and 49o ner nair. Children's All-Silk Hits at 12c, 24c and 49c per pair. (Gloves fitted and satisfaction guaran teed.) Bargains in Ladies' and Children's KNIT UNDERWEAR; We have just opened 1,000 dozen Chil dren's Summer Vests, very fine, which wo will offer this week at the lollowing low prices: Size 16, 7c each, Size 19, 9o each. Size 20, lOoeach. Stze 22, lie each. Size 24, 14c each. Size 26, 18c each. Size 28. 23o each. Size 30, 24c each. Size 32, 24c each. Size 34, 2Se each. Also BOO dozen more of the Swiss Bibbed Vests (for Ladies) at 15o each, worth 25c each. DANGER'S, Sixth St. and Penn Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. HORNE & WARD, 41 FIFTH AVE. SPECIAL SALE OF LA- DIES' RIBBED COTTON AND LISLE VESTS. . Just received this week one hundred and fifty dozen La dies' Ribbed Vests, in low neck, high neck and high neck and long sleeve, at better val ues than ever offered before. Ladies' Ribbed Cotton Vests, low neck, in straight and shaped vests at 25c, in white. Ladies' Ribbed Cotton Vests, H. N. and no .sleeves, in straight and shaped vests, at 25c, in white. Ladies' Rib'd Cotton Vests, high neck and no sleeves and H, N. and long sleeves, in the shaped and straight garment, in white, at 35c or 3 for $1. Ladies' Ribbed soft finished Lisle Vest, high neck and no sleeves and high neck and longsleeves, in white and ecru, at 50c, extra value. Ladies' Swiss Lisle Vests in L. N., at 50c and 7;c each. in white and ecru. Ladies' Swiss Lisle Vests in H. N. R. A., in white and ecru, at 85c. Ladies' Swiss Lisle Vests, H. N. L. S., ecru, at $1. Ladies' White Silk Vests, low neck, at 75c, best shown at the price. Ladies Ecru Silk Vests, low neck, at $1. Better grades at $1 50, $2 and $2 25 in low neck. A special bargain in Ladies' long sleeve Silk Vests; this number is the $3 and $3 25 quality; our price for this gar ment to close is $2 and $2 25, extra value. Misses' Ribbed CottonVests, in white, at 20c and 25c each, according to size, L. N. N, S. Better grade Misses' in white and ecru, in low neck and high neck and no sleeves, at 3op and 35c each. Children's Swiss Ribbed Lisle Vests, in white and ecru, at prices ranging from 45c to 60c. Children's Silk Vests in white, low neck, high neck, short sleeves and high neck ana long sleeves. - ,, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS IB. Ss IB FRIDAY. This Morning, .A. SJLB . That will be a Sensation. 2,000 YARDS Mfijtb iNtoA y. 25 Cents a Yard. 64 pieces, about 3,000 yards, double-width, 36-inch, Gray Striped Wool Suitings, 20 cents a yard, that were bought at a sacrifice about a week ago, and have just arrived. A lot of choice new 50-cent Striped Dress Goods, at 25 cents, The elegant 50-cent Striped Mo hairs at 25 cents. The 50-inch MOHAIR STRIPED GLORIAS at 50 cents, real value $1 25; lus trous as silk. 100 pieces best Silk Regence, newest and choicest shades, dollar goods, at 70 cents a yard, 1 The 27-inch ' , INDIA SILKS, Dollar ones at 50 cents; dollar and a half ones at 75 cents, One lot Imported Black Silk Warp Cashmeres at 45 cents, double-width yuuuo. The $1 25, $1 50 and $2 French Novelty Dress Goods, with side borders, at Si. Two cases large Plaid Nainsooks at 6c a yard. This is a surplus stock of white goods that must be sold. FRENCH SATINES. The 35c Black and White French Satines at 15c. The 4-4 French Satines quarter dollar ones at i2jc Thirty-five cent ones at 15c. The 25-cent new and elegant (season 1890) finest French Satines will be the style the ladies will se lect most of. New styles and hand some as Indias. FRIDAY is usually the dullest day in the week, and this offer of such UNPRECEDENTED BARGAINS will make this one of the busiest. Attend this great Friday sale if you want bargains right in season when you need them. BOGGS & BUHL, ALLEGHENY. mv23 "The new science that is superseding all old-time rivals," has been entirely con quered by "W. M. LAIRD. His methods are progressive, his re sources ample, his Mammoth Shoe Stores crowded with new Ideas and bis patronage growine tnrougn the force or nts over whelming inducements at all times. Solid Comfort for Walkers Is obtained by the production of perfect fitting shoes, those that will not only be en durable after a lone period or "breaking In," but shoes so carefully made that they re quire absolutely no "breaking in." This is one of Laird's big points. Holding Customers. Laird devotes his energies to selling good honest shoes, not fancy-priced goods, just everyday, reliable, durable shoes. He takes pleasure in seeing the same people come to his Mammoth Shoe Stores year after year. He finds it better to sell close, give good service for his customers' money to as cot to hunt up new trade each season. Enlargement and Expansion. In order to keep pace with his immensely increasing trade, the Market street stores have been enlarged by adding No. 410, ind the new Wood street' store, No. 433, made a complete and enticing emporium. Spring and Summer Footwear. Both of these are essentially found at the Bargain stores filled with the choicest makes of goods, capable of meeting the wants of all, cither in the cheap, medium or higher priced lines. Bargains are found all the year round and especially Is this the case at the present moment. The Handsomest Stores Ever constructed In Pittsburg, fitted up with elegant conceits for showing goods aud making patrons comfortable are in the Laird combination, and the inducements offered at an limes uu them with eager bargain seekers. Deception is Bad Policy. .Next to the largest and cheapest stock Laird is open and above boordin all he does. Every shoe is warranted, every customer made a friend and the goods so palpably honest that they speak for themselves. Come to Either of Our Stores, Both are stooked by the same guiding hand and bargains bristle in every line all the year round. W. 11 LAIRD, KEW RETAIL STORK, 433 Wood St, WHOLESAIE HOUSE 615 Wood Bt. MAMMOTH Bargain Shoe Stores, 406, 403, 410 Market Street. raylS-uwrsu rHOTOGRApHERi M btxTH 8TREEJ!. .7j?ne,JK5? Portrait J SUj w tbem Dtiore crdartne IsawbirsL 18 per doses. fROUrX nser.r USUBUUBLIi Md iVMsaV - SH0E0L0CY," mgrril. NEW ADTERTIEE9IENTS. OUTING GARMENTS. The marvelous in crease in all kinds of athletic sports in this country brings with it continued improve ment in the garments worn in the field, and instead of the ill-fitting garments, unattractive patterns of seasons past, we are showing Coats, Trousers and Shirts in the softest fabrics, perfect fitting, in artistic and quiet patterns and at prices even lower than was paid for inferior goods years ago. Below we give a few prices: Blazers, Imported English Flannel, lu all the club colors ?3'5Q Excellent flannel Shirts 1 SO Imported Flannel Caps ... EOc Fine English Flannel Trousers 5 00 AH-Sllk Belts..,., BOc AlJ-Silk Sashes., 1 CO Entire Suit, comprising Coat. Trous ers, Shirt, Belt and Cap of pest ma terial, in any color IS 00 In addition we carry the finest line of Men's Summer Neglige Shirts, in India Gauze, Cheviot, Spun Silk and Ceylon, at much lower prices than the same goods are sold in New York. Ladies' Imported Sailor Hats from the world-renowned houses of Knox, New York, White & Heath, of London. Also, Ladies' Blazers in all shades. PAULSON BROS. 441 Wood Street. my7-irwT Clothing To Tour Own Shape. We are merchant tailors, too, with-extra advantages for serv ing you well. What can you think of that stands in the way of our dojng as good tailoring as anybody in the city? Nothing: nothing at all. Neednt vindicate our tailoring. But, we can do better. Bet ter in the variety of materials we can show you. We have gathered the most perfect ex position of cloths to be found in any store in the land. There is no such in the city. And ' they re the qualities styles appropriate to make up to measure. The finest fabrics we have them. The smooth, the cheviot finish (so fashionable now), the imported, the home mills manu facture, full dress, business; all are here. We have more by far than you'll take time to look at, likely. Will you wait for the rush to see them? or, to-day? It isn't necessary to pay out a deal of money to get a style that pleases you and makes up handsomely. -- Wanamaker 8c Brown, Sixth street and Perni avenue. P. S. Trousers to order at $7 50, worth double. mv23-n !EIII JbLi JS FURNITUBE! FURNITURE! FURNITURE! 'FURNITURE! FURNITURE! CASHED -Airr- G2,2HJDXTJ? HOUSE. Kfil 'J A vv JW zkhejieoih:' , 923-925 IFEZETZN" AVE. NBW ADYERTISgaiENTS. G'ENTLEMN HERE'S A CHANCE To;tagood snit away below tha regular price. We bought a large quantity from overstocked, reputa ble makers, and are selling them as cheap as we bought them. The lot comprises elegant, all-wool Cassi meres, Cheviots and Worsteds, nob by, shapely, standard make and regular f 12, f 15, 516.18, ?20, and $22 qualities we are, selling tbem at ?10, 512, 513, 14. 515 and 516, with privilege of comparing, and if not found tar better than suits of fered anywhere else at the same prices we will cheerfully relund your money. G. A. E. men and S. O, V. can depend on us for best values in Blue Suits, Caps, White Vests, etc Two sets of buttons with every suit and PQst numbers txte with caps. BURGER Tailors, Clothiers anfl Hatters. 161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny, roylS-wiaa LADIES' Hand-Sawed Turn, Leinad Kid OXFORDTIES Made on new Grecian and Com mon Sense Lasts, with ex treme long vamps. PRICE, $3,00 This is a very handsome and stylish low shoe, far superior to what is usually sold at above price. THEFMOUS SHOE HOUSE, 52 SIXTH STREET, " PITTSBURG. mrH-wrsu BABY CARRIAGES FROM $1 89 TO $60. FLEISHMAN & CO., Pittsburg. Millinery No charge for trimming. my23 OIE3 CASH -XSTD- OBEDZT :h:otj-s:el CARPETS! CARPETS! CARPETS! CARPETS! CARPETS! ttriS tfoSEPH s S nni r .if .. - ..... jfcjt'