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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1891.
THE (JOKERS' EASTER, It Is Spent in Quiet and Anxiety for To-Day's Developments. WHAT A LEISESKIKG MISER SATS. A Rest of Boilers at Scranton tiplodes, "Willi Dire Kesults. BAD DEBTS AEE LEFI BI A DEFAULTER friClAL TELEGRAM TO THE DTBPATCn.'. Mt. Pleasant, March 29. Easter or something else has kept the coke recion Tery quiet to-day. Hundreds of strikers attended the elaborate services of the Cath olic churches this morning. At Morewood the men were especially quiet. They were discussing the same question that has been bothering them all last ween that is, who will draw the coke at Morewood Monday morning. A telephone message to The Dispatch correspondent Irom Morewood savi the Southwest Company is confident that plenty of men will be ready to draw the coke in the morning. The strikers held a meeting this afternoon to take action on the work to-morrow morn ing, but what they did is not known. The leaders say tlio coko will not be drawn, anil claim thai the men who have been working are nl deceiving the operators, ana will not go to work acain. Company K will join the deputies at Morewood about midnight to-niclit. A lxnsciirlni; miner writer to The DISPATCH to correct the reort that 5G men w ere at work there. Satsthc writer: "There is not a miner in Leenrlng nor habthcie been since rcuru ar 7, fur the purpobe of making coke. Gen eral Manager l.Micb, accompanied by fcberill McL'ormick. was hero jesterday tn Ooputizo the store clerks and loreman, but I fail to see where it is needed as this place hat been vcrj quiet so far, and will likclv remain so If they o not ixas)ierate the men to deeds of violence, which mas lie their tibject. The management a' No. 8 has been mnro lortunato than ours, as 11. fv hid the can loaded at tlio shaft bottom, and with w hat coal the boses dug they were abac to make a Muoke, hut it will soon dlo for want of fuel. There lias not been a minor in to-ita. noi 1it tbero been moro than ono in so Jai an j he i a carpenter." THE HOOSIEH SCHOOLMASTER PLAN. A Nmrl Srlienio Adopted by u landlord for IMctlng Hi. Truant. -rrcui. TEmuuxii n TiiBDinrATrnv. Mou.MiSViLi.K Marrh 29. fi O. McKadden has hit upun a novel way of evicting tenants. In ono of hi lioufi in the Second ward there Jived, until jcitrnlaj, a widuw, louelv, but fcnugly. Hlie could not pay her rent, and re lumed to vacate iho property. Mr. McKadden wnt Constable Ilolllday to arguo the question w ith her. but she would not be convinced, and rrpril to defend her castle. IK timed with .McFadden and another mi'i. Tlie lonnu the doors barricaded and ii- windows fastened, with the duicrminod i Ion mlu. Mr. McKadden produced about ' in pounds of sulpnur and a broad board, lie had a man to mount the roof and pour the tulnhur down the chimney and pnt the board ner the tup. They waited patiently for the resulu The widow suddenl) burst out ibo duor amid a cloud of smoke. Then, after nailing until the fumes cleared away, they entered and set bcr things out ontheslteet. and the pioperty now bears a card, "Forlt&ut." THBEE BOILEES EXPLODE. One Man Killed on tbe Spot and Another Seriouslj Injured. frfCIAI. TtLM.HAM TO THK DIKPATCII.'. Sckakton, March 211. A nest of three boil ers at the Grass Island Mine, seven miles from this city, exploded shortly before 12 o'clock last night, killing JofepH McGovern and be rioush injuring Patrick McCawley. McGovern and McCawley. who were the fire men in charge, were conversing in tbe engine room, when McGovern suddenly quit bis scat and passed iut thefireroom. Tho explo- hion occurred a mimiio lattr. .iml was terrific m i0.,SrTSfti?anSDwlSab,,ar underneath iho inins. but McCawley almost iiiirai'ulouslj escaped tho crcater force of the explosion. A large portion of one of the boilers was blown GOOirctand imbedded in a culm bank. Two nundred and fifty nion will be throw n out of employment for several weeks. FOUND SUFFOCATED IN HEH B00SL Not Known Whether the Case Is One of Ac cident or Suicide. rFrECIAI-TELEGKAM TO TUK DISPATCH.! CARLISLE, March 29. Artnie B. Morrow, aged 30 ears, was found dead in her room in tbe Tbudiuta House, this city, this morning suffocated from ga. The jet in her room was found turned on full bv tbe hotel proprietor, who wasattiactcd by the fumes of escaping gas. It is not cnonn whether tbo gis was turned on accidentally or for the purpose of suicide. 3o-niurrouan mquest will be held. Her home is in Philadelphia, but she has been employed fur the last three weeks as a skilled laborer in a shoo factory hero. BUINED BY FAST LIVING. Kinploj crs and Creditors Left I.ehind by a Defaulting Eric Mau. tTECIAL TELI.CKAM TO TIIK DISrATCH.; Erie. March 29. The Equitable Aid Union, of ibis city, is greatly agitated over tho mys terious disappearance ot Arthur P. Fox, treasurer of the Gem City Lodge. While the shortage is about J3C0 with tho l.quitable Aid Union, other creditors arc loom ing up. Fast living ruined tho oung man, and he Iclt his 3 ouug wife behind. An Ohio Candidate rurZCIAI. TELtOKAM TO TUB DIRATCn.l East Palestine, O., March 29. J. J. Brit tain, of this place, is a candidate for the nomin ation of Representative from Columbiana county. The Republican primaries will be held in May. Died Trora Hydrophobia. rnrnciAL teleguam to tub dispatch.! McKkem'ORT. March 29. Walter.the 0-year-old son of Mrs. W. A. Kelley. who was bitten by a dog Wednesday, died at noon yesterday. The suUerings of tho little fellow were terrible. WILL TAKE THE M0NON. The Road Will Ho Turned Over to the Syndi cate at To-I)ajs Mrrtlng. rrrciAi. Aluuuak to tii pisPATcn.t i:v VoitK, March 29. There will be a electing oi the Louisville, New Albany and Chicago directors to-morrow morning, and it is believed that the road will be formally turned over to the syndidate which agreed to furnish the money necessary to put it on its feet agaiti. General Thomas and Mr. Grecnough, who returned on Saturday from an inspection of the road in behalf of the syndicate, agree to take the road, ou the understanding that President lircyfoglc and bis board ot direc tors 6tep down and out ILL-TREATED BOHEMIANS. Tlicy Hold a Meeting In New York City to l'nitest Ajralnst Outrages. New York, March 29. The Bohemian Workingmen of this city held an indignation meeting at a hall on AyenUe A to-day to protest against the brutal treatment of their fellow-countrymen at Purcell Camp, W. Va. The speakers were B. Hcrz, Leo Koch man and V, Ivliko, three escaped victims, who narrated the story of the ill treatment ot 60 Bohemian immigrants, who worked on the Norfolk and Western Railroad exten sion. The District Attorney was called on to investigate the case. GESEEAL MILES IN MEXICO. He Is Kecelvlng Good; Treatment at the Hands of the Military. City or Mexico, March 29. General Nelson A. Jliles, United States Army, was serenaded by a military band last night, and to-day he received a visit from the military authorities. He will bo received by President Diaz -when the latter returns from Pueblo. THE WORLD AT YOUR DOOR, COMFBESSED INTO 20 TEEMING PAGES OF THE DISPATCH. The Twin Cities, Their Suburbs, the Three Near-by States, Every Tart of the Union, AH tho leading Foreign Countries, AH Are Before Ton. The W-estern Pennsylvania mau who expects to be thoroughly informed of what the world Is doing every day tn the year must read The dispatch, the Sunday edition Included. No other newspaper fills the bill quite so well. The following brief summary of the most im portant news published yesterday will show tho links in the chain of Information one misses if be neglects to read The Sdsdat Dispatch: Foreign. The two Irish factions at Sligo again break one another's beads. Farnell assaulted. He will undoubtedly be defeated... .The assassina tion of Baltcbeff, Bulgarian Minister of Fi nance, may have serious results.. ..Russia is massing troops on the Austrian frontier.. . .The German Government is prying into tbe secrets of the Gnelph fund.... Bismarck will be easily elected. ...North Africa has Deen visited by a terrible plague of locusts.. ..Princess Maud, daughter of tbe Prince of Wales, may marry a son of Lord Kcvclstoke....Next month the ninth International Conference of the Evangel ical Alliance will be held in Florence.. ..The threatened divorce suit of Colonel Holier against .Lady Blanche has been settled.... Pres ident Carnot has decorated the Czar's Ambas sador with the grand cross of tbe Legion of Honor.... Tbe red opal intended by Mark Antony as a gift to Cleopatra Is in tho possession of tho Stanhope family.. ..Ancient Good Friday and Easter customs are still ob served in England. ...Bristol miners desire tbe elght-bour system, but will not strike for it..,. Many changes among military appointments. In Germany will soon be made.. ..The Vatican and tbe Center party are unable to agree on W indthorst's successor.... Tbe French aro not anxious to give up their Newfoundland rights for Gambia in Africa,. ..Au army deserter ar rested in England is found to have been a So cialist who enlisted to spread his doctrines.... Interested English businessmen are endeavor ing to induce Great Britain and the United htatc toiuterfero in tho Chilean war.. ..Bran son Howard's'lIcnrletta" was well received in London. ...Queen Victoria narrowly escaped being killed by a blast at Urasse.... London bat lost its cotton trado Nearly UOO Utonla bodies havo been recovered. ...Speaker Iteod Is in Paris.... A London nobleman graced an aristocratic dinner party by glovo contests.... The now magazine rifles supplied to tbe Brit Mi army arc declared useles.... Italian opin ion In Lurope on tbo Now Orleans lynching is moderate.. ..Many arrests were made in con nection with the Bulgarian assassination.... A big Brazilian boom is to bo worked up in New Yoik and London. ...The census of the United Kingdom will be taken Sunday. Domeitlc. Benjamin Franklin's will stands the law's test.. ..General Palmer will speak in Chicago inDohalfof Mayor Cregler's candidature.... The coke strikers will bold out a year longer If necessary.. ..Anthony Comstock was accused of ljing by Justice Hogan from the bencb.... Tho baseball league has Cincinnati in good shape. ...Governor Fattison will not respite the Nicely murderers.. ..Rev. Howard MacQucary need only abstain from pub lishing Ins views to be reinstated.. ..An alleged breach of contract by the Fayette Gas Company causes trouble.... The grip is killing Chicago people by tbe hundreds. It is severe in other large cities, and has caused several suicides,. ..A dangerous counterfeit 82 silver certificate has been discovered..., A New Jer sey inventor has produced a wire gun that stands tbe hardest test on record... .A vicious stallion attacked two Ohio men.... Tbe hyp notic plea will bo Introduced in aNorth Dakota murder case.. ..The grand jury believod to have found a true bill in the Big Four Railroad case.... A Fennsylvanlau may stand at tbe head of the naval cadet class.. ..The Canadian Pacific will enter New York City over the Central tracks.. ..Governor Paulson has signed tho requisition for Hughes, tbe Knights of Labor official. ...Colonel John McEnery of Louisiana fame, is dead Pittsbure may be in tbe coming National TS'n" FUzsimmons may nght..An Erie lunatic Imagines he is full of copper wires.... a west lrgiman, engaged to 18 girls, has fled. ...The miners' strike at Hln ton. W. Va., is spreading.... The storm left six feet of snow in parts of West Virginia.... Tiffin glassworkers won their strike. . . .The Bos ton Car Springs Company failed. ...All Can ada protests against Manitoba's new school law... United fatales Commissioner Legari de nies that Italians employed In tho South Caro lina phosphate mines are mistreated.. ..Kate Castleton's health has improved. ...The ferry slips and cars of tbe Philadelphia aua Reading were burned at Camden.. ..No settlement of tho Connecticut embroglio bas been reached ....Governor Davis, of Rhode Island, bas refused to honor a requisition from Acting Governor Bulkeley.... William Rockefeller will not go to Europe.. ..Berg, the alleged converted Franciscan monk in Indian apolis, turns outtobo a fraud.... 1 he Allans have absorbed tbo State Line Steamship Com pany.... Koch's lymph is a success in Texas.... Two Uiiiontown iron companies fail to pay their men.. ..The handkerchief used to gag Ruttinger was found to be the property of Wright, his companion.. .Washington job print ers may strike.. ..There is a hitch in repaying Indiana's quota of the direct tax.. ..Now testi mony was introduced in the Kincaia trial.... tiuccn of Hawaii has trouble with her cabi net.. ..An Ohio coal and iron company is in dif ficulty Tho American brig Uattio is ashore at Ocean, Md.... Sugar will be reduced 2 cents a pound.. ..The Indianapolis labor dis pute, was settled.. ..Horace Greeley's daughter, Gabriclle, will marry an Eplscopil clergyman. ...Mrs. Margaret A Lynn, 113 years old, died In Cambridge.. ..Miss Mary McCandloss, of PItuburg, is a raembor of tho new World's Fair Women's Executive Committee.. ..Tho first permit for tbe inspec tion of cattlo for export was issued In Chi cago.. ..Murderor Hathaway, of Chicago, was granted a now trial... .A Connecticut lady died from hydrophobia.. ..Tackmakers will form a trnst....A Maine man drank a quart ot whisky at a draught and died. Local. Pittsburg taxpayers will havo nine days grace.... Thomas S. Smithson sued his wife's parents and sister for conspiracy in depriving him of bis daughters.. ..Lizzie Babcock, a run away girl from Oil City, arrived Iu Pittsburg, but will bo restored to bcr parents.. ..Many remedies for tho gripwera published. Its victims during tbo weok numbered 17.. ..The microbe theory was originated by a Pittsburg physician. ....Ex-Major Stuckrath, of Allegheny, Is dead.. ..Postmaster McKean broko a blood vessel while coughing.. ..Eugcno Lynch ono of the dead. ...Nelson P. Reed died after a ten days' struggle... .American Mcchanicsof Pitts burg will attend tbe National Council at Cleveland... .A M. Watson is sink ing.. ..Chiefs of the Allegheny depart ments are completing their lists of ap pointments... ..Easter flowers are plenty but dear.. ..Mrs. Maxwell, of Allegheny, at tempted to burn herself to death... .Mayor Wsman signed tbo appropriation ordinance ....(Special delivery letters will be distributed on Sundays.... Tbe Grand Central Rink will be convened into an amosenif nt hall, in which When Winter Wanes The Bracing Effect of Cold Air is Lost, and That Tired Feeling . Prevails. To Gain Health and Strength, Take Hood's Sarsaparilla TTOOD'S SARiJAPARILLA SOLD BY JOS. FLEMIHQ A SON. 412 Market street; mhIB-82 Pittsburg. sleds on rollers will be used., ..Two men charged with blirhwav robberv are in the Alle gheny lockup.... More revelations in the Gil klnson murder case.. ..Mr. Eaton, of tho De partment of Charities, tint a. stonto a swind ling scheme.. ..Tbo Amerlcus Club is prepar ing for its banquet.. ..Nine Italian fruit ven ders were arrested for blockading tho side walks.... Alleged participants in the cork workers trouble were arrested.... The Cold Rolled Steel Company will apply for a charter. . . . .Nearly 200 men are laid off at tbe Ft. Wayne shops... .Contracting plasterers of tbe Monon gabela river have formed a combine. DIED. ACKARD On Saturday, March 28, 1891. Sidney Ray, youngest son of K. P. and Rnbama Ackard, aged 1 month and 13 days. ANDERSON On Sundav, March 29. 1891, at the parents' residence, Edgowood, Grace, daughter of William W. and Elizabeth Ander son, in the 5th year of her age. Funeral this afternoon at 4 o'clock. In termeut private. ARBUCKLE On Friday. March 27, 1891, in Brooklyn, N. Y., CHARLES ARBUCKLE. Funeral services at tbe family residence, 24 Sherman ave., Allegheny City, on this (Mon day) afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment pri vate in Allegheny Cemetery. BADGER On Sunday, March 29. at 0 A. M., of pneumonia, William L. Badger, aged 50 years. Funeral services at his late residence, corner Locust and Chestnut streets, Pittsburg, Wednesday, April L at 2 p. it. Interment private. 3 BAUER On Saturday afternoon, March 28, 1K31. at 2 o'clock, Christiana, wife or the late Ilelmond Bauer, in the S2d year of her age. Funeral service on Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at her late residence, 54 Liberty street, Allegheny City. Interment private. 3 BIDDLE On Saturday. March 28, 1891, Colonel J. T. Biddle, of Allegheny City, in his 42(1 year. Notice of funeral hereafter. 2 BLACKSTOCK Saturday evening at 8 o'clock at her residence. No. o McDonald street, Allegheny, Mrs. Annie Stoner Blacxstock, wife of David Blackstock, in ber 23th year. BREDIN On Sunday, March 29, at 8:30 A.U., Edward, son of Henry M. and Etta Brod bead Brealn, agod 5 months 18 days. Services at the residence of Ills parents, No. 6 Trent street, Monday, at 7 P. M. Interment at Butler Tuesday. I1REEN On Saturday. March 28. 1891, at 8:40 p. ii., Bernard Bkeen. aged 80 years. funeral from the residence of his son, James Breen, 79 Ann street, on Tuesday at 2 p. m. Friends of tho family are respectfully Invited to attend. 2 BROSIE-On Saturday. March 28,1891, Makt Catherine Vieihiellxr, wife of Uotlleb Broslo, in hor Goth year. Funeral services at her lato residence, CI Ross street, on Monday, March 30, at 2 p. :i. Inter ment private. 2 BROWN At Allegheny Gonoral Hospital, March 29, lb91, Walter Brown, stonecutter, aged 36 years. Funeral service at Fourth U. P. Church, Montgomery avenue and Arch street, Alle gheny, this afternoon at i o'clock. Mem bers of Stonecutters' Union are respectfully re quested to attend. BROWN-On Saturday. March 28, 1891, at 11:50 a. ar., Marietta Brown, widow of tho late Rev. J. II. Broun, and mother of Qraco E. Brown. Services at her late resldenco. 174 Robinson street. Allegheny City, Tuesday, 2 o'clock p. M. Interment later. Alliance, liucyrus and Lewistown papers please copy. 2 BRUBACII-On Ihursday, March 2d, 1891, at Alton, III., Louis Brubacii, aged SO years 11 months 13 days. CARR-On Friday. March 27, 1891, at 3:30 p. ii.. Nancy, wife of Andrew Carr, aged 56 years. CARR On Saturday. March 28. 1891, at 12 m Walter Clement Cark, son of Mrs. William A. Kelly and Henry Carr, deceased, aged 10 years and 4 months. CULBERTSON-On Saturday, March 28, 1891, Nancy Culbertson, widow of David Culbertson, in the 84th year of her age. Funeral services at the residence of her son-in-law, John Hamilton, M. D., 18 Ohio street, Allegheny City, on Ttjesdat afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock. Interment private. 2 DAGNALL At her residence. 2617 Penn avenue, on Friday night, March 27. 1391, at 12 o'clock. Anna Daonall. ared 75 years 27 days. DAVIS At Denver. Col., on Saturday, March 21. 1891. Abbie. wife ot M. Swift Davis and danghter of the late Duucan White, of North Carolina. Funeral services at tbe residence of Dr. L. H. Willard, 236 Western avenue, Allegheny City, on this (Monday) afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Interment private. DICKEY On Friday, March 27. 1S9L. at 8:30 p. M., Charles A, only son ot J. T. and the lato Caroline Dickoy, in tho 13th year of his age. Funeral services at the reBidonce ot his father, Troy street, Millvalo borough, on Mon day, at 2 p. m. Interment private. 2 DONAHOE On Friday morning. March 27, John Donahoe, in the 85th year of his age. DOUGHERTY Sunday morning, March 29, 1891, at 9:30 o'clock. Mrs. Sarah Dougherty, aged 73 years. Mother of Peter, Louis and Arthur Toner. Funeral from residence. 50 Gibbon street. Pittsbure, TUESDAY morning at 930 o'clock. Requiem mass at St. Paul's Cathedral at 10 o'clock. Friends of the family aro invited to attend. 2 DRAVO On Thursday morning, March 26, 1891, at 830 o'clock, at bis residence, 78 Locust street, Allegheny, Captain Williaji B. Diiavo, aged 57 years. Services Monday, March 30, at 2 o'clock. In terment private. 2 EMR1GHT On Sunday. March 29, 1891, at 7 A. si., Ellen Euright, mother-in-law of Con Bulger. Funeral from ber late residence. Mulberry alley, between Twenty.elghth and Twenty, ninth streets, on Tuesday, at 830 a. m. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. FATZLER On Bunday. March 29. 1891. at 1 p. jl, Christian F. Fatzler, aged 05 years. Fueral on Tuesdat at 2 v. M. from bis late residence. No. 1212 Muriel street. Twenty-eighth ward, Sonthside, Pittsburg, Pa. Friends of tbo family aro respectfully invited to attend. 2 FINLEY At her homo. Elizabeth, Saturday mornlnc, March 28, at 8:45 o'clock, JANE C. Finley, in the 79th year of her ago. Funeral services at her late residence on Tuesday afternoon, at 1 o'clock. Inter ment private at a later hour. 2 FHISBEE-On Friday, March 27, at South side Hospital, Captain John Frisbee, in the G3d year of his age. Funeral will take place from VIerbcller & Klnzel's undertaking establishment, Nos. 83and 85 Allen street, Thirty-first ward, on Monday. March 30, at 3 p. Jl. Comrades of Lleutonant K. R. Geary Post No. 236, also comrades of tho Fifth West Virginia Cavalry are respectfully invited to attend. 2 QRAY-On Friday. March 27, THOMAS B. Gray aged 50 years 11 months 16 days. Funeral from the residence of B. F. Camp ney, Sewickley, Monday, March 30, at 2 p. if. Friends of tbe family are respectfully invited to attend. HALEY On Sunday. March 29, at 2 A. St., Bridget Haley, widow of Patrick Haley, aged 59 years. Funeral from ber lato residence. 6 Soho street, Tuesday, March SL atl;30p.M. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to at tend. HARLEY On Saturday, March 28. 1891, at 430 o'clock p.m., bTEPHEN W. HARLEY, in his 43d year. Funeral from Flannery's, 613 Grant street, on Monday, at 930 a. m. High mass of requiem at St. Paul's Cathedral at 10 o'clock. Inter ment at St. Mary's Cemetery. 2 HENDERSON At his residence, 623 Ivy street. East End, on Sunday. March 29. 1S91, at 2:10 a. M., George Henderson, aged 65 years. Notice of funeral hereaftor. HERBERT-On Saturday. March 28. 1891, at 930 p. M.. Mrs. Mary a. Herbert, widow of juiin nciucn, ucceaseu, in ner sum year. Funeral services at hor lato residence, No. 25 Fremont street, Allegheny, on Tuesday, March SL at U a. m. Interment private later. Please omit flowers. 2 HOGE-At Quaker Valley, near Sewickley, on Saturday afteAioon, March 28, Mrs. ISA BELLA Hoge, daughter of the late Francis Herron, D. D. Faneral services at the chapel of tbe First Presbyterian Church, on Monday, March SO, at 130 F. If. Interment private at a later hour. ITTEL At ber residence, No. 211 Beaver avaoue. Allegheny, on Saturday. March 28, 1891. at 330 P. M., Mary E. Ittel, in her 72d year. Funeral on Tuesday, March 31. at 2 p. it. Friends of tbe family are respectfully invited to attend, 2 JACOBS On Snnday morninz. March 29, ADAM, son of John N. and Sarah Colrin Jacobs, aced 19 years. Funeral at Urownsiille, Tuesdat, 81st in stant. 8 March 29, Funeral from ber late residence, 90 Jackson street, on Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 JAQUAY-March 28. at 230 P. M., SETH C. Jaquay, aged 6fi years. KEEFE On Saturday, at 630 P. M.. at his residence. No. 10 Tannehill street, DANIEL Keefe, aged 72 years. Funeral services Tuesday morning, at 9 o'clock, at St. Bridget's Chnrch. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 KUNZ On Sundav. March 29. at 12:30 A. M., James H., son of Ernest K. and Fannie E. Kunz, nee Thompson, aged 1 year and 8 months. Services at parents' residence, Avalon sta tion. Pittsburg. Ft. Wayne and Chicago Rail road, on Monday, March 30, at 2 p. m. Inter ment private. LANG At the resldenco of her son-in-law, Jos. Motzel. 6340 Penn avenue. East End, on Sunday, March 29, 1891, at 10 A. M.. MARGARET Lang, in ber 71st year. Funeral on Tuesday, at 830 A. m. Re quiem Mass at St. Peter and St. Paul's Church. Larimer avenne. East End, at 9 A. M. Friends of tbe family are respectfully invited to attend. LAOGHLIN On Saturday, March 28.1891. at 12:15 P. M., Mollie S., youngest daughter of Benjamin and Catballno Laugblin, aged 14 years and 3 months. Funeral services at tbe residence of the parents, Kcarsarge street, Mr. Wasbincton, Thirty-second ward, on Monday, at 2 r, M. Interment at a later hour. 2 LEOFFLER Saturday, March 28. at 1130 P. M.. Annik A, wife of Julius Leofller, In tbe 29th year of her age. Funeral services will take place from her late residence, 150 Pearl street. Sixteenth ward, Tuesday, March SI, at 2 P. M. Interment pri vate at a later hour. 2 LEONARD On Saturday, at 8:15 P. M Irene B., infant daughter of Harry C. and Blrdlo J. Leonard. Funeral Monday, at 10 o'clock A. M., from ber paronts' residence, 27 Carroll street, Alle gheny. Interment private Friends of the family aro respectfully invited to attend. 2 MAHONEY-On Friday, March 27. 1891, at 2 A, M., Patrick Mauoney, aged 85 years. MANCHESTER In tho 85tb year of her age, Sarah Houait Manchester. MILL1GAN At Plymouth. Florida, on Fri day morning, March 27. 1891, Mrs. MARY E., wife of J. W. Mllllgan. of Swlssvale, P. R. R. MOORE At the Home for Aged Women. Wilklnsburc, on Sabbath. March 29, 1891, at 3 p. M., Miss Barah MooitE, in her 83rd year. Funeral from tho Home on TUESDAY, March 31, at 2 P. M. MOREN-On Saturday, March 28, 1891, at 10 o'clock A. m., Arthur Moren, father of Cap tain John and Hugh Moren, aged 70 years. Funeral from hs late residence, Merldan street, Duqueane Heights, on Monday morn INO at 9 o'clock. Services at St. Petor's Pro Cathedral, Allegheny, at 1030 o'clock. Friends of tbe family aro respectfully invited to attend. MORROW-On Sundav, March 29. 1801. at 12 o'clock, S. W. Morrow. Funeral from his late residence, Bakerstown, Richland township, on Tuesday, March 31, at 1030 a. m. 2 MURDOCK On March 28. at 2 p.m..Hettie Murdock, widow of Isaac Murdock, in ber 81st year. Funeral from the residence ot hor son-in-law, John Sloan, No. 173 Adam street, Allegheny, Monday, March 30, at 4 p. m. Friends of the family aro respectfully invited to attend. MURRAY On Saturday, March 28. 1S91, at 8 P. m., Andrew Murray, In tbe 76th yoar ot his age. Funeral services at tbe residence of bis daughter, 33 Isabella street, Allegheny, Tues day, March 31, at 2 p. M. Interment private. 2 McCANN On Saturday, Marcn 28, 1891, at 6:40 p. M.. Cyril, son of Patrick J, and Emma McCann, aged 1 year, 1 month and 5 days. McKEE On Saturday. March 28, 1891, at S30 P. M., at her residence. No. 37 Pike street, city, Sarah Ellen, daughter of the late Thomas and Sarah McKee, aged 57 years. Funeral on Monday, March 30, at 2 p. M. Friends of tbe family aro respectfully invited to attend. McMULLEN-On Sunday, March 19, at 8:15 A. m., Susan MCMULLEN, roliet of the late Henry McMullen, in the 75th year of ber ago Fnne'ral from her late residence, 20 Seventh street, on Tuesday, at 9 A. M. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 McMURRAV On Saturday. March 23, 189, at 1130 p. M..-CHARLOTTE Dieiil. only daugh ter of Thomas and Charlotte G.McMurray, aged 4 months and 23 days. Funeral from parents' residence, Alfred street. Park place, Wilkinsburg, Tnis after noon at 2 o'clock. Friends of tbo family are respectfully invited to attend. McNElCE Saturday, March 28, 1891, at 0:10 p. M., Alexander, son of Martha and tbe late Alexander McNeice, aged 9 weeks and ,2 days. Funeral from the resldenco of his mother, Brereton ay., arid Thirty-third St., on Mon day, March 30, at 10 o'clock A. M. Interment in Allegheny Cemetery. Friends ot tbo family are respectfully Invited to attend. NELSON-On Fridav. March 27. 1891. Alex ander Nelson, aged 20 years and 10 months. NOLAN On Sunday, March 9, at 12:10 A.M., John Nolan. Notice of funeral hereafter. PATTON On Sunday. March 29. 1891, Mrs. Margaret Patton, wlfo of tho late John G. Pattou. In her 5Sth year. Funeral will tako place from ber late resi dence. No. 2823 Mary street, Soutbsido, on Wednfsday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to at tend. 2 REED-At his rosidence, Wllkins avenue, East End, Saturday, Marcli 28, 1891, at 9:15 p. M Nelson P. Reed, aged 49 years. Funeral services at tho house Tuesday at 2 p. M. Intcrmont private at a later hour. Please omit flowers. SIDDEL Friday morning. March 27. 1891. at 10:30 o'clock, Matiiew Siddel, in his 76th year. STOTZ At'his resldenco. 28 Main street Allegheny, on Saturday, March 28th. at 150 P. M., B. Stotz, aged 67 years, 1 month and 25 days. Funeral Tuesday, March 31, at 2 P. M. Friends of tbe family aro respectfully re auested to attend. THOMAS On Saturday, March 23, in Glen wood, L. J, Thomas, aged 54 years. TRAVIS At parents' residence, Howard lane, Oakland, on Thursday, March 26, 1891. at 9:15 p. m Minnie, daughter of Sandy and Catherine Travis, aged II years and 7 mouths. Funeral service at Ebenezcr Baptist Church, corner Colwell and Stilton streets, Monday, March SO, at 10 o'clock a. M. Frtonds of the family aro respectfully invited to attend. 2 WILLIAMS-On Sunday, Maroh 29, lB'Jl, at 230 p. m., John Reese, son of Lewis and Mary Williams, aged 3 years 8 months and 21 days. Funeral from parents' residence, Maurlco stroet. Fourteenth ward, on Wednesday, April 1, 1831, at 2 P. M. Friends of tho family are respectfully invited to attond. WOOLDRIDGE On Saturday morning at 9:15 o'clock. Emeline Woolduidge. wifo of the late James W. Wooldridge, in her C2d year. ZIMMER-On Sunday. March 29. 1891. at 43U p. m., Herman Zimmer, son of John Zim mer, Sr aged 31 years and 20 days. Funeral from his late residence. Forty-first and Willow streets, on Tuesday at 2 p. M. In terment private. 2 ANTHONX MEYEK. (Successor to Meyer, Arnold t Co., Mm.,) UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER. Office and residence, 1131 Penn avenue. Tele phone connection. myll-140-MWFSu FLORAL EMBLEMS. ORCHIDS AND ROSES OF RARE BEAUT A. M. H tT. B. MUItDOCIT. 510 SM1THFIELD ST. Telephone 123 dc9-82-MWJ' NO FLOWERS Can compare with tbe exquisite violets. Lily of the Valley, Callas, White Roses, Pansies, White Lilies and Maidenhair Ferns, which we furnish loose or arrange in any desired style. Telephone 239. JOHN R. & A. MURDOCH, mh30-MWF 08 Smithfleld St. T EPRESENTED IN PITTSBURG IN 1801. ASSETS . . 48,071,698 83. Insurance Co. of North America. Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L. JONES. M Fourth avenue. ja2W9-D MANUFACTURERS AND MERCHANTS INS. CO., 417 Wood st, Pittsbure. Pa. UduitaL. 20,000 00 Aiiets January 1, lbl 3S3.SU2 37 Directors Charles W. Batchelor, President; Johu W. Chalfjnt, Vice President: A. E. W. Painter, Robert Lea. M. W. Watson, John WU son. Jos'eDh Walton. Wm. A. Park k. M.Bvert 'James J. Donnell, George E, Painter. John TbomDSon. Wm. T. Adair. RnrrAtftrv: Junes .Little, Assistant Secretary; Angus t Amnion, JAMISON On Bunday morning, at 7:15 o'clock. Matilda Jamison. ucaer&JAseni. jui-M-awr NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW GOODS, NEW DESIGNS, LOW PRICES. OALL AND SEE THEM. Easter Novelties Just Opened at SHEAPER & LLOYD, JEWELERS. Successors to Wattles t Sheafer. NO. 37 FIFTH AVENUE. Telephone 1933. mb!7-Mwr FIRE! FIRE! FIBEI Thursday the immense Wholesale Dry Goods and Oarpet House of Claflin & Co., New York, met with a destructive flre. We have purchased an immense stock of Carpets, Linoleums and Oilcloths Slightly soiled by water. The biggest bargains ever seen in this oity for you. T. M. LATIMER, . 138 and 140 FEDERAL ST. 45 and 46 SOUTH DIAMOND ST. ALLEGHENY, PA. mb25.MWsr EASTER Millinery Opening -ON- Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, MARCH 25, 26 AND 27 Of this week, we will disnlay in onr Millinery Department, tbe Tery latest Spring Fashions in Trimmed PATTERN BDNNETS AND HATS, Onr own importation direct from Paris, also from leading New York Milliners, as well as those produced in our own establishment. We extond an invitation to tbe ladies to pay our Millinery Department a visit during these days. If you want a bonnet for Easter the enrlleryou call and make a selection tbe better opportunity yon will bare to find what you want, or if you place an order, tbo earlier in tbe week you place it the less likelihood there will be of your being dlsapoolnted. We are ilso roadv In ALL THE OTHEK DE. PA.RTMENTS of our store with larjre and choice stocks of goods. Home & Ward, 41 FIFTH AVE. mli24-D WE HAVE THE EXCLUSIVE AGENCY FOB KNOX'S INDESTRUCTIBLE HATSI Spring styles of which, in Silks and Derbys, are now ready. Also, the best makes of the finest English Hats always in stock. PAULSON BROS., 441 WOOD ST. N. B. A beautiful and American new lot of English MACKINTOSHES Just Received. mb23-srwr OUR GREAT CARPET SALE Continues to attract attention by reason of the fact that extraordinary values are offered. These cities have never known a sale to equal this in the magnitude of tbe induce ments that are held out to the buy ing public No such bargains any where else ts you find here. Sc CO., 68 and 70 Ohio St, Allegheny. 'rahis-jtlhs ' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THIS MORNING, AT THE Silk Department! HEAVY, CRINKLED CREPE HI HIS, $1 a Yard. Precisely the same quality yon paid 81 25 for last week 16 rich, ele gant, lovely shades The manufact urer wanted money, wanted it badly, or we could not make such a remarkable offering of the most de sirable Silk fabric of the season $1 A YARD. 21-INCH Bengaline de Soie! The new soft, dainty spring shades beige, grays, etc., $1 50 a Yard New High Class Novelties, Light and Dark Colorings. This Silk Department shows the rarest and most unique effects, 81 to 310 a Yard. TWISTED SILK GRENADINES, AU Silk 24-inob. 80o a yard. Think for a moment what that means, and this All Silk Striped Grenadines, 90o a Yardl DRESSG00DS ! What we want you to know is, that they aro here here in every style, color and conceit that the most famous designers of the world pro duce you won't worry about price you know that part is right, or there would not be such an enormous Dress Goods Business Here. SPEOIALI 50-inch English Suitings, $1 A YAED. CHALLIES, Finest French Goods, 66o. ON THE SECOND FLOOR. Jaokets, Wraps, Gapes, Suits, Cur tains, Portieres, Draper ies, Table Covers, Stand Covers. Enough new and choice things to make it worth your while to pay these departments a visit. Boggs&Buhl, ALLEGHENY, PA. mil 30 The Medicine Trust to put up the prices of patent medicines has no terrors for us. We still sell patent medicines at cut prices. Fleishman & Co., GOi, 506 and 508 Market St. mbSO VINCENT 8b SCOTT, 6023 PENN AVE., East End. Carpets and UphoIstery'Goods Best quality Moguettes, tins spring patterns, $i 50. Best Quality Body Brussels, We can sell you carpets cheaper than any house in the city. Both lines of cable cars pass our door. TELEPHONE 5081. mli20U2-MW7 ijspHf Imi wUsi liilil i M&ll McNAUGHER & CO., Contractors for Paving Sldewilks With Cement. Brlek and Fir Brlek, Concreting Cellars, 110 FJQDERAL Sl, ALLEGHENY. PA Curbstone furnished and let, fe7-66-s NEW PUBLICATIONS. Want to see the choicest and best line of Men's Spring Attire to be found in this city, step into Gusky's. Never in our entire history have we had such a magnificent showing of Spring Suits and Over coats as at the present moment. Our assortment comprises all that is best in the fabrics of the foremost makers of the world; all that is proper, new and stylish in the fit and design; all that is reliable in the make and trim. There are Sacks of new and pleasing cut for business wear, Frocks of stylish and elegant design for semi-dres3 and dress wear. And the quantity and variety. Simply unapproached by any other house in this city. If we can't fit and please you, then you'll have to give up the idea of being satisfied in Pittsburg. SPRING OVERCOATS Everybody's idea in regard to what a Spring Overcoat should look like finds expression here. Short Coats and longish ones, dark and light in color, the extremes of each, and every shade be tween. English and American styles in the make-up. Plainly trimmed with good,old reliable Italian cloth or luxuriating in silk and satin if preferred. Prices on all grades, when you take quality into account, will be found to be remarkably low. GUSKY'S, 300 TO 400 MARKET ST. SPECIAL! Don't fail to register your guess as to the time it will take for the mammoth candle in our window to burn out. It will be lighted this ' afternoon at 3 o'clock. We offer $100 IN PRIZES FOR THE FOUR NEAREST GUESSES As to the time it will burn. You don't have to buy anything to guess. Simply come and get a card, record your guess and leave it with us. You are as likely to get the money as anyone. Try it GUSKY'S 0ee4e ooo-e$vn 300 TO SPLENDID AWAY UP IN STYLES. IN BABY COACHES! Unparalleled Showing AND E1EH0US US IK PRICE. CARPETS The greatest inducements erer offered to Carpet Bnjers, and surely thej are attractive enough to teccpt everybody. Ax mlnjters, Moqaettes, Wiltons, Body and Tap estry Brussels, Ingrains, etc. Large stocK to select from. Ladies' Spring Wraps and Cloaks SPRING CLOTHING FOR MEN! Everything that you want to furnish a home, at KEECH'S 923, 925, 927 PENN AVE., Near Ninth Street Open Saturdays till 10 P. M. CASH OR CREDIT ! MIM CUUI GOING OUT OF BUSINESS! 20 Per Cent Discount Allowed. Our Clothing has got to be sold at the best prices we can get. We are going out of business in Pittsburg, and the opportunity is unusual to buy for little money most valuable Clothing. This sale differs from any other ever made in this re spect. We do not keep back any of our goods. It's all the same if you want finest Black Cloths, Dress Worsteds, Made- to-Measure or Ready-Made. Jiverything on the one basis, 20 per cent discount The determination is to turn the goods into money' All the seasonable Clothing is cut in price. 20 off the low prices. It's the same in Boys' and Children's Clothing. The same in Spring Overcoats. It will be a difference of a number of dollars to you if you buy Clothing now that you will need within the next two months, or early next fall. WANAMAKER&BROWN, G0R. SIXTH ST. tw QOWW$ o 400 MARKET ST. NOVELTIES AWAY DOWN IN PRICES. FURNITURE-Heavy Antique. Mahogany, Old English, etc., Chamber Suites, Fine Plush Parlor Suites, Massive and Magnificent Up right Folding Beds, Sideboards, New Styles beautifully Carved Extension Tables, Woven Wire Springs, Everything at4pricea and terms to suit CASE OR CREDIT ! mhSO-jrwT IIC SALE! AND PENN AVE. mlSS ?? 3 -t "1 -jSlt