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Tho Third One Added to the List by the Death of Tcter Tierney. WAS SHOT DOWN IN A STOKE FIGHT James Eoney, the Alleged Murderer, Will Claim It Was Accidental. GA.NGRCNE AIDS TEE BULLET'S WORE The third local murder inside the last three weeks was reported to the Coroner yesterday and the alleged murderer is under arrest. This time the victim was a boy, Peter Tierney, aged 13, who lived mith his father, John Tierney, in Denny's court, near Thirteenth street. Tne man who is alleged to have shot him is James Honey, who lives on the hill above Thirtieth street. He is 50 years old and for the past 18 years has been s boss paver in the employ or the city. The man has always borne an excellent reputa tion and his plea will be that the shooting was accidental. The boy died at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon, at the Homeopathic Hospital. The story of the shooting is as follows: On April 1 the boys along Penn avenue were having one of the famous stone fights with the hill boys. There has always been a rivalry between these two factions, and these stone fights have been continued from one set of boys to another during the past 40 years. During the progress of the fight he stones pelted in on Mr. Honey's house, when that gentle man ran out and commenced firing upon the boys. One of the Boj s Wounded. Peter Tierney was wounded in the knee, and was deserted by the boys. Arthur Steel, a big colored ironworker, picked up the hoy and carried him to Dr. Staub's office, on Penn avenue. The boy's wound was dressed there, and then an ambulance removed him to tbe Homeo pathic Hospital. At the hospital blood poisoning and gangrene set in. Tbe physi cians there ssy the boy's sufferings were ter rible. Attempts t ere made to relieve him, but without avail, and yesterday afternoon he died. At the time of the shooting James Koney was arrested but gave bail. When the Coroner heard of the bov's death he ordered the man's rearrest. Last nigbt he impan eled a jury ana commenced the inquest A yost mjitem was also ordered and that duty will be performed by the staff physicians a't the hospital. The inquest will be continued this afternoon at 2 o'clock. In the mean time Detective Kobinson had gone in search of James llonev, and shortly before 4 o'clock he appeared with his prisoner. 3Ir. Koney Greatly Affected. ilr. Koney seemed greatly worried over the affair, and was very nervous. He is about 5 iect 0 inches tall and well built. He 1 as a frank, open face in fact, is decidedly tine looking. His brown hair is plentifully streaked with gray, and his heavy mustache and goatee are almost white. He told the following story of the shooting: "The boys are fishtiug nearly all the time in the neighborhood of my home, and when anyone speaks to them they only swear at him. On April 1 they were worse than usual. I had not said anything until I heard them firing a pistol," I don't know bow many shots were fired. 1 ran out and one boy diopped a pistol and ran awav. When I picked it up the boys com menced throwing stones at me. I was trying to dodge the stones when the revolver went of I was throwing my arms up to protect my face when the shot was fired, I did not think it had hit anyone, and am told that the boy who it is said I snot was standing away up to the side bDoui iuu leet airay lroia roe when the pistol weui off. The Tierney boy also had a broken arm, and his fatherwho works for the Pennsylvania Bailroad, said the boy b.3d been treated for that for the past six weeks. "I am sure J did not want to harm any of the boys," and big tears stood in the old man's eyes as he was led off to his cell. TIIE DISPATCH covers sporting news full. Pringle'h Itniew is a feature every bunday. Viipqualed facilities Tor collecting sporting nens. AN EXCELLE1TT PEOGRAMME I'rcpared lor the Tort -Eighth Free Organ Kocltal, To-Day. In the anticipation that Mr. Carnegie would Cud an opportunity to visit Carnegie Hail this afternoon, an unusually interest ing programme has been prepared by Mr. Wales for tbe forty-eighth iree organ re cital, commencing at 3 o'clock and continu ing until 5. Miss Lillian A. Eeddick is the soprano of the occasion, and will sing tliiee numbers. "The Huiford Gavotte,"by C h.irJes A. Eobb, will be played in public for tbe first time this afternoon. The pio gi amnio for the concert is as follows: L Overture. ".Night in Granada".. ..Kreutzer a. The new Xraumerci Schmelz 6. Menuett ESchutt c hpanlsb Danza Nortbrup o Potpourri, "lolantbe'' Arr. byL. Wales 4 VocaL "Waiting" Harrison Millard J Billet music. "l.iou of Peru" L. Wales Gavotte, waltz lentandn. 6. Potpourri. "La Grand Duchese'. Offenbach fa. -Ihe Miller and theAIaid" T Vocal Marzials t.6 Hallad Thomas J. -ineiiunwu oavoue.ciia. A. Hobb b Valse I.ente Leo Delibes c. Minuet George Calbnn "If Thou Did'et Have Me". Denza So. lllne Danube waltzes. .....Strauss 6. Waltz ballet, "Sun aud fcarth". Joet Maver March Militaire Wollenhaupt h. 9 11. A BIG ENGINEERING PARTY. It "lils for Central nnd iouth America to V.em tho Proposed lUUroad Itonte. kw York, April 30. The steamship Newport, of the Pacific Mail line, which ailed to-day at 1 P. si. for Central America, nad among other passengers the surveviug party of American engineers who go to demonstrate the feasibility of the railwav tint is proposed to connect the United States with the South and Central American republics. The party is composed f W. F. Shunk, who is to be chief director ol the enterprise; J. L Miller and his as sistants, numbering W. D. Keller, of Xew "i rk; W. L. Wilson, of Elkton, Md.; J. 1 Pursier, pf Harrisburg; D. M.Martinez Jni Ir. C. W. Hush, of the United States N 'V Thomas F. Dempsev, of Philadel p! i , f .rmerly ot the Union Pacific Eail roi.l, Joseph Parker, of Harrisbnrg, and Engineer-, O'Conuell and Burgess and Sur geon Ogden, all of the United States Navy. The party will be gone two years, and each member of it has signed a contract binding himself to the performance of his duties for a period of not less than one rear. MOsICAL, Dramatic, Educational, Frater nal, Art nnd Military departments in TIIE UIsPATCIt every Sundaj. Each In charge uian expert. J Second-Hind Pianos. Sihmer square grand (sood as new)... .5275 t nickering artist grand 275 Grovcsteen & Fullersquare 225 Kranich & llach small grand 325 Theaboe bargains and also a choice e : amn auu aiso a choice e u of the celebrated Henry F. Miller S at W. C. Whitehill's Muelc Parlor, lection pianos lo2 Third avenue. Twii humi:i:i) and nrxY pieces best nioqucttc carpels in liartfurd & Smilh's makes, at a price, at AVelty's, 120 Federal street, 03, 67, 69 and Tl Part way. if tts Mes'S fine neckwear for spring. J. H. AlriEX & Co., 100 Fifth STenuc. Tho Two Captlt e Also Found With a Com plete Manufacturing Outfit. St. Louis, April 10. Early this morn ing the police arrested two men giving their names as Clarence "Wells and "William "Whytes. The men had just stepped from a steamer arriving from New Orleans. They carried n satchel in which was found a complete outfit for the manufacture of counterfeit silver coin, together with a num ber of finished products. About $40 was found in counterfeit monev. Marriage ame XUconses Granted Yesterday, .Residence. J John Schorl Pittsburf; Caroline Matzat nttsborg (btenhan Lcnsyet . l'lttsburic 1 Maria Hador rmsburg 5 K. K Thompson Kankin station i iJlzabetli Campbell ltankln station J II C bhirer McKcesport ( Dcssle Gray McKcesport 5 Conrad Clans McCandless town6htD Julianna Bergmann McCandless township J Oliver O. nacVett 1'ittsburc I Louisa DaTls Pittsburg J Gera Emert McKcesport J Annie Holyan Braddock 5 Vfilllam Gever. Allegheny I Emma V. Mlnenart - Allegheny J Max Epstein r.!tl'5urr i barah Adess Pittsburg DIED. ANDERSON On Friday, April 10, 1891, at 3:15 a. M.. Mary A., wife of Robert Anderson, aged 3S years and 5 months. Funeral from the residence of her mother, Mrs. Mary Hawthorn, 412 Pearl street, on SUN sat at 2:50 r. at. - BECKEUT On Friday, April 10. Ib91, at 4:30 A. M.. Clara, daughter of Fred Beckert, de ceased, aged 16 years 1 month 25 days. Funeral will take place on Sunday after noon at 1 o'clock from her late borne. No. 120 Upper Spring Hill road, Allegheny, to which friends and relatives are respectfully Invited to attend. 2 BIGGER Sadie Lookhart "Whiston, daughter of C. P. and E. D. Whiston, and wife ot John A. Bigger, at Frankfort Springs, on April 8, 189L Funeral at 3 o'clock to-day, from the resi dence of N. R. Whiston, No. 163 Sandusky street. Allegheny Citr. BOLE Suddenly, at 13a P. JT. on Friday. April 10. 1891, at his residence, Bellevue, Pa.. Robert Bole, in the 71th year of his age. Notice of funeral hereafter. BRADFORD At her home, on Thursday, April 9, 1891, in her 79th year, Mrs. Elizabeth w. Bradford, wife of Arthur B. Bradford, of .non valley. Pa. At her particular request, expressed years ago, her remains were yesterday reduced to ashes at Samson's Crematory, in Pittsburg. CARSON At tho residence of the parents. No. 69 Clark street. Pittsburg, at 10.35 P.M., Ellen Baird. infant daughter of James and Lillie Carson and granddaughter of J. W. Mc Gimpsey. aged 5 months. Notice of funeral in evening papers. CARNAflAN At his residence. No. 401 Wylie avenue, Wednesday, April 8, at 125 p. M.. James Carnauan, in the fclst year of his age. Funeral services will be held at the abovo residence Saturday, April U, at 1 p. m. In terment private. 3 CHARLES On Friday, at 5:45 r. M.. Har riet, wife of Benjamin li. Charles, in her 63d year. Funeral takes place from her husband's resi dence, No., 78 South Twenty-third street, on Monday afternoon, April 13, 1891, at 2 o'clock. Friends 'of the family are respect fully Invited to attend. CRESS On Friday, April 10, 1891, at C A. M.. Ibabell V. Cress, aged 43 years. Funeral from ber late residence. Herron, Hampton township, Allegheny county, on Sun. DAY". April 12, 1S9L at 1 P. M. 2 DAVAGE On Thursday. April 9. 1891, at the residence of bis parents, 4911 Dearborn street. Nineteenth uard. John i., son of Bartholomew and Alicia Davage, aged 4 months and 21 days. Funeral from his parents' residence, on Saturday, April II, at 2 P. M. Friends of the family are respectf ally invited to attend. 2 DONNELLY On Friday, April 10. 189L at 9 A. M., Willie, son oi James and Mary Don nelly, aged 7 months and IS days. Funeral from tbe parents' residence, rear 2220 Penn avenue, on Sunday at 2 p. M. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. DUNN On Friday. April 10. 1S9L at 920 a. 2L. Thomas, son of James and Catherine Dunn, aged 11 months. Funeral from tbe parents' residence, 3SS Beaver avenue. Allegheny, on Sunday at 2 p. M. Friends of the family are respectfully in vited to attend. 2 EISERT On Wednesday evening, April 8, Amalia Eisert, in the 41st year or her age. EMt.EE On April 9, 1891, at 1130 P. M.. Edward Emcee, acred 22 years, at bis resi dence. No. 60 Spring Garden avenue. ENGEL-On April 9. 1891, at 1130 P. M.. Ed ward Engel. aged 22 years, at his residence. No. 50 Spring Garden avenue. Allegheny. Members of tbe Barbers' Protective and Beneficial Association of Allegheny Connty and friends ol tbo family are respectfully in vited to attend the fufSeral on Sunday after noon, at 1 o clock, at bis late residence. Tuneral will proceed to the German Lutheran Cburcb, of Manchester. 2 EVANS On Thursday. April 9. 3S9L at 6:10 p. M., Maggie J., wife of C. R. Evans and daughter of John and Maggie Crummie, in ber 18th year. Friends of the family are repectfully invited to attend tbe fnneral from ber parents' resi dence, Cass avenue. Nlntb ward, Allegheny, on Sunday. April 12, 1891, at 8 p. M. 2 FISHER On Friday. April 10. 1891, at 930 A. M., John Fisher, aged 62 years. Funeral on Sunday, April 12, 1891, at 3 P. M., from late residence, Brownsville avenue, Southside, city. 2 FISHER On Friday, April 10. 1B9L at 4 P. M., John D. Fisher, in the 68th year of his age. funeral from the residence of his son-in-law, John Hcsle, 801 Carson street, on Sunday, at 2 p. M. Friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend. F1NNERTY On Thursday, April 9, 1891, at 4 o'clock p. m., Ellen Finnerty. Funeral from the family residence. No. 21 Shingiss street, on Sunday, the 12th Inst., at 2 p.M. Services at St. Paul's Cathedral at 2:"i0 o'clock. Friends of the family are re spectfully invited to attend. 2 FITZ PATRICK On Ihursday. April 9. 1891. at 12 o'clock midnight, Edward, son of Ed ward and Johanna Fitzpatrick, aged 18 months. Funeral from the parents' residence. 101 Mul berry alley, on Saturday at 2 r. M. Friends of tbe family are respectfully invited to attend. GERBERDIN'G On Friday, April 10,1891, at 7:30 a.m., Henry G. Gerberding. at his residence. No. 331 Chartiers street, Allegheny City, Pa., m the 71st year of his age. Funeral at 1 P. M. on Sunday, April 12. In terment private. GOLDSTROM On Friday morning, April 10, 189L Aonetta, wife of Charles Goldstrom, in her 57tn year. Funeral from her late residence, No. 186 Forty-sixth street, on SATURDAY, April 11, at 4 p. M. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. GRIFFITH At his residence. Evergreen road, Shaler township, on Wednesday, April 8. 1891, at 720 o'clock P. M., James Griffith, in bis TIM 3 ear. HARBERKORN On Thursday, April, 189L at 6 A. M., Mrs. Fredkrica, widow of Ludwig Harberkorn, aged CO years and 11 months. Funeral from her late residence, 15 Dinwiddle stieet, on Saturday morning at 10 o'clock 2 HARNER On Thursday morning, at U:35 o'clock, Mrs. Frances L. IlAP.NER,wlfo of W. C. Harner, No. 5 Holt street, Southside, city. Funeral services at tbe residence at 2 p. M. Saturday. Friends and relatives are respect fully invited to attend. Interment private. 2 HARRIS On Friday, April 10, at 9:45 p.m., Mary, infant daughter ot John and Bridget Harris, aged 8 months. Funeral from parents' residence, 13 Franklin street, hUNDAY, 2 p. M. HERRON April 10, Mrs. Margaret W. Herron, aged 76 years. Funeral SUNDAY, April 12, 3 P. M., from resi dence of her son-in-law, S. A, Duncan, corner Thirty-third and Webster avenue. Interment private at a later hour, HART On Friday. April 10, 189L at 1 P. at, Miss Miranda Hart. Funeral services at the residence of her lis ter, Mrs. Henry Hays, Ellsworth avenue. East End, on Monday mornino at 10 o'clock. In terment private. 2 HUNTER At the residence of her parents, 91 Dawson street. Allegheny, on Trioay, April 10, 1891. at 11:30 a. St., Jennie II., daughter of Jmm and Mary Hunter, aged 20 years and 3 months. Notice of fnneral hereafter. HEUBER On Friday, April 10. 1891, at 3 A. Jt., John, youngest son of Michael and Mary Heuber, aged 6 weeks. Services at parents' residence, 808 Atwood j street, Oakland, on SATURDAY, April 11, at 2 p. M. Funeral private at a later hour. JUSTUS Entered into rest, Wednesday, April 8, 1891, at 2 p. x., Wm. R. Justus, in his S4th year. Funeral from his late residence, Mansfield, Pa., Saturday. April 11, 1891, at 2 o'clock p. m. Friends of the family are respectfully In vited to attend. Zanesville, O., papers please copy.J 2 KANE At 1 o'clock, April 10. Bridget Kane, at the residence of her biother, Bart ley Kane, Dugar's Hollow, Braddock. Funeral services from St. Thomas' Church, Braddock, at 9 o'clock Sunday morning, April 12. New York City papers please copy. KEALLY On Thursday, April 9. 1891, at 2 p. M.. Allen D., oldest son of Charles and Bertha R. Keally. aged 15 years and 5 months. Fnneral on Monday, April 13, at 9 A. M., from bis parents' residence, 510S Penn avenue. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 3 KUBLER-On Friday. April 10. 1891. at 4 o'clock A. jr.. at her residence. 9S Industry street. Thirty-first ward, Southside, Cath erine, beloved wife of Frank J. Kublnr and mother of Frank N. and Lonis Kubler, in her 67th year. Funeral services at St. Michael's Church on Monday, April 13, at 930 A. M. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 LAUGHLIN-On Fndav. April 10. 1E91. at 12:45 a. M., Lizzie Laughlin, aged 33 years. Funeral services at her late residence, corner Forty-sixth and Davidson stroets, on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of tbo fam ily are respectfully invited to attend. Inter ment private. Wheeling papers please copy. MORGAN At rest at the residence of ber daughter, Mrs. & A. Morgan, 3356 Fifth ave nue. Friday afternoon, April 10, Mrs. ANN Morgan, in her 84th year. Notice of funeral hereafter. McBRIDEOn Friday, April 10. 189L at 10:15 A. M., Leroy S., only son of W. H. and Lolla McBride, aged 11 months and 13 days. Funeral on Sunday, April 12, at 9 a.m., from parents' residence, Forty-third and North streets, city. Interment private. McCABE At his residence. Coraopolls, Pa., April 10. at 220 P. M., JAMES H. McCABE, Sr., aged 77 years. Funeral services will bo held In the First Presbyterian Church on Sabbath, April 12, at 8 p. M. Tram leaves Pittsburg and Lake Erie depot at 235 p. M., returning leaves Coraopolls at 825 p. M. McCLAIN On April 10, at 6:10 o'clock P. M., Albert K. McClain, youngest son of Robert and Grace McClain, aged 10 J oars, 10 months and 2 days. Fnneral from his parents' residence, Bedford avenue, near Somer street. Services Sunday at 2 o'clock p. Jt. Friends of the family are re spectfully invited to attend., McGUIRE On Thursday, April 0, 1S91, at 1230 A. M., Margaret, wife of Patrick Mc Guire, formerly of Allegheny City, in the 57th year of her age, McKEE On Friday, April 10, at 7 A. M Miss Susan McKee, ajjed 63 years. Services at her late residence, 27 Sampson street. Allegheny, SUNDAY, at 4 P. M. Inter ment at Annapolis, O., Monday, April 13. MCPHERSON Thursday, April 9, at 7:45 P. M., Harriet Emma, wifo of John S. McPher son, aged 32 years. Fuueral services at her lato residence, Fred rick avenue, Sewickley, Pa., at 1 o'clock this afternoon. Interment private at a later hour. McSWTOGEN On Thursday. April 9, 1S91, at 3 a.m., Mrs. Ann McSwiggen in her 71st year. OWENS At family residence, 224 Oneida street. East End, on Friday, April 10, 189L at 5:40 p. m, John Owens, in bis 22d year. Notice of luneral hereafter. O'DONNELL On Wednesday. April 8, at 3:10 p. m James Thomas O'Donnell, son of John C. and Margaret O'Donnell, aged 24 years aud 10 months. Funeral from tbo residence of his parents, 3454 Penn avenue, to proceed to St. John's Church, where high mass will he celebrated at 10 A. M. Saturday. April 1L 1S91. Friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend. 3 PENTECOST On Friday, April 10, at 930 o'clock, Susan Pentecost, mother ot Major A. J. Pentecost, in the 80th year ot her age. Notice of funeral hereafter. 2 POLAND On Friday, April 10, 1891, Peter Poland, in the 29th year of bis age. Funeral from his late residence. 82 Painters' row, Tnirty-fourth ward, on Sunday. April 12, 1691, at 9 A. M. Friends of tho family are re spectfully invited to attend. San Francisco and Yaungstown papers please copy. 2 RALPH On Friday. April 10, 1891. at 3:15 p. M., at bis residence. 129 Ohio street, Allegheny, George E. Ralph, of spinal meningitis, in tbe 16th year of his age. Notice of funeral hereafter. Bradford papers please copy. RAMSEY On Thursday. April 9. 1891, at noon, Elizabeth Ramsey. In ber 69th 5 ear. Funeral from the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Jackson, 4IK Race street, Allegheny, on Saturday at 2 p. m. , 2 REESE On Thursday, April 9, 1891. at 1230 p. m., Mrs. Isabella J. Reese, nee Barnett, in her 18th year. Funeral service at her husband's resi dence, No. 3709 Forbes street. Oakland, on Sat urday, April 11, at 2 p. K. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. 2 SCULLION On Friday. April 10, 189L at 1130 a. m., William Emmet, son of Henry and Mary Scullion (nee McKenna), aged 5 years, 0 months and 26 days. Funeral will take place from tbe residence of his parents, 177 Liberty street, Allegheny, Bun day. April 12. at 2 P. M. Friends of the family are invited to attend. , Salem (O.) and Altocna (Pa.) papers please copy. SHOIZ On Thursday, April 9. 1891. 'at 3:10 P. M at his residence, corner of Hideo and Thirty-third streets, John Shotz, in the 61st year of bis age. SMITH On Friday. April 10. 189L at 3:15 P. M.. Cora G., wifo of Edward D. Smith, aged 43 years. Friends of the family are respectfully. In vited to attend the funeral services at tbe fam ily residence. No. 139 Finley street. Twenty first ward, on Sunday, the 12th Inst., at 2 p.m. Interment prifate later. SMITH On Thursdavjnornine. April 9, 1891. at 1230 o'clock, Mrs. AGNES SMITH, wifo of Robert R. Smith, Sr., in the 51st j ear of her age. Funeral from St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Pearl street, Saturday. April 11, at 2 p. jr. Frienus of tbe family aro respectfully invited to attend. 2 SMITH At Wilkinsburp. on Friday, April 10, 189L at 4 p. M., Harvy Smith, in his 40th year. Funeral on Sabbath, April 12, at 2 p. m: SONTAG On Thursday, April 9, 1891, at 230 A. M., John B. Sontag, in his 51st year. Funeral from the residence of his brother-in-law, N. Werle, 4733 Laurel avenue, Sixteenth ward. Services at St. Joseph's R. C. Church, BloomfleW, at 938 Saturday morning. 2 STEWART At Park Place Hotel, Sewick ley. on Thursday. April 9, 1891, at midnight, Mrs. Ann C. Stkwart. widow of the late Will 1am E. Stewart, and mother of Mrs. General A. L. Pearson, aged 81 years. Funeral services at the chauel of H. Sam son, Sixth avenue, Pittsburg, on Saturday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Interment pri. vat at a later hour. WOOD On Thursday evening, April 9, 1891, at 5:50 o'clock, at her residence, 2120 Penn ave nue, Mrs. Sanney Wood, relict of William Wood, in the"77th year of ber age. Friends of tbe family arc respectfully in vited to attend the funeral services on SUNDAY afternoon, April 12, at 330 o'clock. JAMES ARCHIBALD 4 BHO.. " LIVEttY AND SAKE STABLES, SO and 9S Second avenue, between Wood and Smlthfield streets. Carriages for funerals, S3. Carriages for operas,parties,etc,at the lowest rates. All new carriages. Telephone communication, my6-90TTS -pEPBESENTED IN PITTSBURG IS 1B0L ASSETS - - t9,07I,68S 33. Insurance Go., of North America. Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L. JONES. 81 Fourth avenue. ja20-69-D WESTERN INSURANCE CO. OF PITTSBURG. Assets $118,60167 NO. 411 WOOD STREET. ALEXANDER NIMICK. President JOHN R JACKSON. Vice President e 18-3S-TTS WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary. 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A choice lot assorted high-class Camel's Hair Figured Novelty Suitings, All at one price that price is $l' 25 A YARD. If they are as handsome and as good as you would have to pay $1 GO or more for elsewhere, then you'll come to these stores, get them at 51 25 that pays. Wish everything did good like OUR SALE 200 pieces 30 to 40-inch all pure wool new STYLISH SUITINGS, Plaids, Cheviots and Camel's Hair, all at 45 cents all at rear of Dress Goods Room walk back and see them. THE SPECIAL CHALLIE DEPARTMENT Is back there in rear of Dress Goods Room. It will pay to see the Challies 1,000 pieces for selection all choice and new C5c down to 5c ones. Boggs&Buhl, ALLEGHENY, FA. aplO 500 Ladies1 Fine Black Broadcloth BLAZERS! Silver Embroidered, Boiling Col lar, Revere Front, Cord and Tassel, a perfect-fitting garment, at . $5, WORTH $9. Fleishman & Co., 504, 306 and G08 Market St. apll PAULSON'S. Kot haying time to send individual no tices to all our customers who have beenk n-aitinj; for our NEW SPEING STYLE ENGLISH HATS (which are just out of the Custom House), we take this oppor tunity of notifying you. Please mention to your friends that all the new shades and shapes In Brown Derbys are now on sale, together with the latest SILK HATS aud ETON COLLEGE CAPS, and oblige, yours respectfully, PAULSON BROS., Importers o'PineHat3, No. 441 Wood St. N. B. Also a new lot ot beautiful Enelish and American WATERPROOF MACK1N TOSHES in all tbe new light checks and solid colors now in. ap4-TTS PATENTS. O. I). LEVIS, Solicitor ot patents, 131 Fifth avenue, abovoSmlthfleld, nextJjeader See- .Nodalaj-. Established 20 rear. uS&X. IHIOIMIIE, SWEET :h:o:m::e!. Make it so. Make your home Bright, Attractive, Cheerful. Our whole study has been to help you, so that with our goods you are certain of getting perfect satisfaction. Everything at Bottom Prices, all qualities of Carpets, Cur tains, Mattings, Lino leum, etc. SEE OUR Body Brussels Carpet and Border At 85c per yard. GINNIFF & STEINERT, L1M., Wood St. Carpet House, 305 WOOD ST. ap7-TT3 J. EDCJAK T. SnUMAN. CHAS. R. SntJMAJT. SHUMAN BROS., 426 .WOOD STREET, (Cor. Diamond alley.) We are now ready for business at our new store, and extend a cor dial invitation to the publio to call and see us. The evidences of spring time turn your thoughts to home decorations and summer comforts. We would be pleased to show you our complete line of new Drapery Materials. Should your furniture need re-covering or en tire remodeling and re-upholster-ingyour mattresses need reno vatingor should you need new mattresses, or an Iron or a Brass Bedstead, fitted up ready for immediate use, we are also now ready to serve you. Special bargains In Cluny, Swiss, Madras and other Curtains. SHUMAN BROS., 426 WOOD STREET, apl0-7 516 SPRING OVERCOATS. 515 SMITH. FIELD $9.50 Will buy your pick out ot 75 Merchant Tailor Made Spring Overcoats that were made to order lor S18 to 30. MISFIT PARLORS. $12 Will buy tbe Very Best Spring Over coats in Fittsbnre. Tbe original loade to order prices on tbesa range front $30 to $50. Your choice of these superb garments for SIS. Such prlmo bargains as tbeso only to be bad at the ac9-TTSsu STEAMERS AND EXCURSIONS. TT7"U1131'AK Lil2lv FOK QUKSTOWN ASP LIVEKPOOU itoyalacd United bt&tes Mall Steamers. Brltanuic. April 15.11 am i lirltanuic.Jlaj-13,0:30am Majestic. April 22, 3 p m I'MaJestlc. Hay 20. 3 p in Germanic, Ap.2).9:30 am Ifjermanlc, May 27,S:3oam Teutonic Mare. 3 p ml Teutonic. June.i. 3pm From White star aoct, root oi West Tenta si. Second cibln on these steamers. Saloon rates. SSOand upward. Second cabin. M and $45. x curslon tickets on favorable terms. Steerage, T-2. 1'repald, fit. White Star drafts payable on demand in all the principal banks throughout Oreat Britain. Ap- Sly to JCIKN J. MCCOKM1CK, 638 and 401 bmith eld St., fittsbur?, or J. BUDGE 13MAI, Gen eral Agent. 41 Broadway, Meir York. leZM) INMAN LINE- NEW YORK, QUEENSTOWN AND LIVER. POOL. TltOM NEW YORK EVERY WEDNESDAY. Tons. Tons. City of Paris 10,500 City of N. Y 10,500 City of Berlin 5.491 City of Chicago.. 5,600 City of Chester... 4.770 City of Richmond 4,780 For rates of passage and other information ap ply to PETER WRIGHT & SONS. Gen. Acts., 6 Bowling Green. N. Y., or to John J. McCor mick, b39 Smitbneld St., Pittsburg. mh7-47-iTS AMERICAN LINE, Sailine every Wednesday from Philadelphia and Liverpool. Passenger accommodations for all classes unsurpassed. Tickets sold to and from Great Britain and Ireland, Norway, Swe den, Denmark, etc. . PETER WEIGHT A SONS, General agents, 803 Walnut at. Philadelphia. Full Information can be bad of J. J. MCCOR MICK, Fourth avenue and Smithfleld street. LOUIS MOESER. 610 Smithfleld street. mIS-ll-TT3 NORDDEUTSCHER L L0YD S. S. CO. fait Line or Express Steamers. Hew Vork trf mitliainpton (London) lircmen. Sl'lU.NU SAUillHUS, jssi: Havel,' Elbe, Elder, Trave, Fnlda, Saale, Spree, Werra., Aller, Lalm, Ems Havel, Tues., ADril 14 Eider. bat., Mar U Tues., Mar U Wed., Mar 3 Sat., May 23 Tues., Mar 23 Wed.. Mar 27 Wed, Sat.. '1 ucs., Wed., bat., Tne., AVed., Sat., Tues,, bat., Tues., April 15 April 18 April 21 April a April 23 April 28 April 29 Slav 2 '1 rave. ruiaa, saale. Spree, W erra, Aller. Sat., Slay 30. Lahn, .lues., jnno z Kaiser, Wed., June Ems, Sat., June a Alar 5 Mar Mar 12 Mar 13 Havel, Tues., June 0 Kiee, wed., June 10 Elder, Bat., Jane 13 juue. Wed. 'lime rrom New YorK to Southampton. Todays. From Southampton to Bremen. 21 or 30 nmtrs. Krom Southauipton to Loudon, br bouthnestern Hallway Co., -fi hours, 'train every hour lu the summer season. Hallway earn! avalt uastenecri In Southampton itallwar carriages for London . passengers in soumamoion docks locks on arrlv al ot Express Steamers from .New York. These steamers are well known for their ineed. comfort and excellent cuisine. MAX 80UAUJUBKKU & CO., (27 SmltUfltU St. LO UW JUUESEJI. 613 amllMeW n. Jal-lCQ-a WmMWm BANT IA8II AMU FOR BOYS AND CHILDREN. To-day, in our Boys' and Children's Department, we shall make an exhibit of styljsh and handsome novelties in wearing apparel for the lit tle ones that will totally eclipse anything to be seen in this line in any other store in this Stale. CHARMING AND EXQUISITE KILTS In both one and two pieces in rich colors of plain cloth, handsomely trimmed and in beautiful mixtures in fine foreign and domestic fabrics with combinations of colors, both in the goods and in the trimming that the eye must see to appreciate. STYLISH SHORT-PANT SUITS! The acme of .perfection in fit and finish. Many of the most striking nov elties you'll have to buy of us if you get them at all, for we had them made to our order and they cannot be found in any other store. JSSfls it necessary to say that we've a mammoth assortment of Men's Clothing, embracing Spring Overcoats, Suits and Spring Pants. We'll be busy to-day in any event. If the weather is fine we'll be rushed. 300 TO 400 LEADING HATTERS AND FURRIERS, CORNEE WOOD ST. A GREAT - BUYERS. Our store is filled with the best clothing we know how to make. 20 ier cent discount is allowed on the entire stock of Ready-Made and Made-to-Measure. The profit that every bther'storekeeper is making we'll have to forego. Buy now. This is your chatice. Bring your dollars to our store and see how near you can come to doubling them in what they'll buy in our goods. " Our Special Clearing Sale is setting the tide of trade fast and irresistibly to Wanamaker's, and the 20 per cent off makes our prices the wonder of the clothing trade. The goods are here and must be sold. Will you see us to-day? WAMAKER& G0R. SIXTH ST. ST. apll F XCLUSIVE novelties in Ladies' Trimmed Tailor -Made Hats, iMisses' and Children's Hats,Ladies' TouristCaps, Steamer Caps for Ladies and Gentlemen. J, G, BENNETT k CO 'I AND FIFTH AVE. aplO-72-D CROWD OF - AND PENN AVE ap-8p SUPERFLUOUS HAIR On any part of tbe body afflicting either sax removed by the ELECTRIC NEEDLE Without Fain, Scar or ShocK. In no other way can it he done permanently, and without injury. Tne operation 1 sclentlflo and Indorsed by all physicians. Birthmark!, moles, red nose, enlarged reins of the nose,.. . pimples, blackheads, liver spots, freckles, coarse, deep pores, all facial blemishes, dis ease", defects of the complexion and hair suc cessfully treated by DBt J. VAN DTCK, 502 PENN AYE., BOOK SEES. PlXTaBDBO. a .AJEIKZIE1: BROWN.