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f HEIE EYES OPENED.
'The Pennsylvania Cc's Officials Kot
Afraid of Arrest Now,
SINCE BITALS GOBBLE UP TRAFFIC.
The Eejstone Eoads and P. & Vf. Beady
to Make ates Again
TO POINTS BEIOKD THE MISSISSIPPI.
The Pennsylvania, Company have agreed
to pro-rate again with the Western roads on
business to points vest of the Mississippi
river, except those on the Pacific coast
yesterday they issued a notice to this effect,
and it is not at all likely that the Pittsburg
and Western road will stay out by itself and
lei the others get the business.
Several weeks ago the Pennsylvania Com
pany and the Pittsburg and Western roads
issued notices that, on account of the inter
state commerce amendment, they would not
pro-rate with any of the lines west of
Chicago, for the reason that their local rates
were higher than their proportion of the
through rates. As this was charging more lor
a short than a lone haul, they said they had
concluded the risk was too great to run, and, to
avoid any chance ot being imprisoned and
lined, although assured by The Dispatch
that they would not be, they decided to with
draw the rates.
When they withdrew the rates and made a
straight tarifi; which was higher than the old
rates, the other companies, the Baltimore and
Ohio and Pittsburg and Lake Erie, concluded
to take the risk, in order to
SCOOP IN THE LARGE AMOUNT
of business that would be thrown to them.
These two continued the old rates, and, as a
consequence, the tonnage of the other two
lines began to decrease. They stood it for
awhile, and finally gave in. Rather than lose
all the business, the Pennsylvania Company
yesterday restored the rates, and the Pitts
bnrgnd Western will do so to-day.
The new (or rather the old) rates will go into
effect when the usual ten days' notice has been
terminated. Iron can then be shipped to St
Paul for S8 cents, against 40 cents now. On
some grades of glassware the difference is 10
cents per 100 pounds. The rates on oil will be
reduced from 42 to 40 cents. Iron and steel
will continue to be shipped as sixth class in
carloads, and fifth class in less than carload
In the notice sent out by Division Freight
Agent Orr yesterday, it was stated that the
rates muBt not be used on business to Mississ
ippi points proper, nor intermediate stations.
It will take in everything between the Missouri
river and the Facihc coast.
The next thing wanted by shippers is the
restoration of the Texas differential rates by
the initial lines. The former claim they are
being put to a great amount of inconvenience
because they will not take a higher rate than
that furnished by the Pittsburg agents of the
Texas lines. The Pittsburg committee will not
touch the matter if they can help it, and will
leave the Central Traffic Association to fight it
out with the Texas roads.
W. W. Scully, commercial agent of the
Northern Pacific in speaking of the amount
of freight going west, said: "I have been
hustling for freight in this city for the past six
years, and I do not think 1 ever saw it as dull
in the iron and glass business as it is at pres
ent." Mr. Scully has jnst returned from St. Paul,
and, in speaking ot the people going West,
said: "Every day I have inquiries about the
rates on household coods. Thevcome from
people in this vicinity who want to move out.
Last week, while I was in St. Paul, I saw train
loads of people who came from every btate in
the East, all bound for the Far Xorthwest.
We are sending out from 15 to 20 carloads
every aay. Tliey are not European immigrants,
but people who have been living In this country
The Success of Misery.
Success is only relative;
Naught absolutely fails.
For don't the clever doctor live
1 Upu our aches and ails?
Live without aches and ails; or, if you have
incm now, get no. or tnem. it nas Deen done In
thousands of cases. It can be done again. Here's
proof on that point.
' -Drs. Stabkey 4 Palen: "Jly wife was en
tirely cured of the severest kind of bronchitis
from the use of your Compound Oxygen Treat
ment." M. M. Potter. Svlvania. Ga. Dns.
Stakkey & Falen: "Your Compound Oxy
gen is all you claim for it and more too." L. A.
Peacock, M. D SmithvUle, Ga.
A brochure ot 200 pages containingthehistory
of the Compound Oxygen Treatment in cases of
consumption, bronchitis, asthma, catarrh, dys
pepsia, nervous prostration, rheumatism, neu
ralgia, and all other complaints of a chronic
nature will be forwarded tree of charge to any
one addressinltRS. Staeket fc Pales, No.
1529 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa.
No Lady Should Forget That Oar Grand
Easter Millinery Opening
Occurs Thursday, Friday and Saturday of
this week. The display of Paris hats will
be very fine, at The People's Store.
Campbell & Dick,
. MTV 83, 85, 87 and 89 Fifth ave.
br v .batter morning.
m Don't fail to get one of these beautiful
K -Easter souvenirs given to each purchaser of
W vl lb. tea, 2 lbs. coffee or 1 lb. baking powder
Epat ajl our stores, commencing to-day and
E Great Atlantic asd Pacific Tea Co.,
m ania avenue, .ritwourg.
1703 Carson street, Pittsburg.
4314 Butler street, Pittsburg.
6127 Penn avenue, Pittsburg.
' 126 Federal street, Allegheny.
"awr 128 Fifth avenue, HcKeesport.
S Exenrslon to New York to Centennial Annl
5 Teraury of Inauguration of General Wnsh
t " Tbe 3. & O. K. E. will sell excursion
" 1 , . . -T T , .! rw . . ..
iicseis to jew xorKon April zi to Aiay l,
inclusive, at rate of $13 32, round trip.
Tickets rood for return passage until If a v 6.
Hundreds of directoire and vest front
jackets come in and go out daily.
.special display ot fine Easter goods.
Ladle' Flnnnel Blonae Waists,
8S2 to 86 each in all the newest colorincs
r stripes, fancy designs and plain white
Ban -trie cioac room.
JOS. HORNE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
YOU will find at G. W. Schmidt's the
roldest and the finest Pennsylvania pure rye
land Kentucky sour and sweet mash whiskies.
195 and 97 Filth avenue, city.
tiTHOSEwho are not acquainted with the
various makes and styles of fnrniture should
always deal with a firm that have but one
price, and who can be relied upon. as carry
ling the very latest designs. Such a firm is
IjJain & Daschbach, 111 Smithfield St.
; Walnut bedroom suits, the greatest va-
ietv and at all prices at M. Seibert & Co. 'a
I large furniture works, La cock and Hope
streets, Allegheny, near railroad bridge.
Onr Candle Shades
Have hit the popular fancy, and they are
selling rapidly. Call soon, ifyou wish any
HARDY & HAYES, Jewelers,
33 Smithfield st.
Men's underwear for spring and sum-
IJner, at James H. Aiken & Co.'e, 100 Fifth
LadIet' enit parlor to-day, Thursday and
Friday, imported costumes for street and
evening -wear. Parcels & Jones.
29 Filth avenue.
.CHOICE line of colorinesnf 4S in. wide.
all-wool serges, extra eood valne. at 75c. a
Irani:; Huous & Hacke.
LATE MWS IN BRIEF. .
The schooner Rio Lupton capsized six days
ago in Albemarle Sound. The captain and one
of the crew were drowned.
The records and findings of tbe Lydecker
court martial have reached 'the Secretary of
War from Major General Scbofield, and will
probably be sent to the President to-day.
A Spaniard named Thomas Domingnez,
aged SS, killed his wife Clarina, in Buffalo, yes
terday, and then committed suicide. The
donble crime was a horrible one, the weapon
used being a razor. Jealousy was the cause.
Governor Robinson has decljned his ap
pointment on tbe Indian Commission. A new
Commissioner will be appointed, with as little
delay as possible. This will delay the depart
ure of the commission for the Indian Terri
tory. An order was granted in the equity session
of tbe Massachusetts Supreme Court, yester
day, dissolving the Brush Electric Company, of
Boston, and appointing ex-Mayor O'Brien re
ceiver. The company has entirely ceased busi
ness, and has assets of $5,000.
Tbe latest news from Oklahoma Dorderis
to the effect that troops are being withdrawn
from the neighborhood of Caldwell and other
points on' the Kansas line, and tbe boomers aro
rapidly getting ready to cross the Cherokee
outlet to the northern boundary of Oklahoma
Lieutenant John C Wilson, of theVanda
lia, has telegraphed to the Navy Department
from Sydney, that he has chartered tbe
steamer Rockton fortbe purpose of transport
ing tbe shipwrecked sailors to the United
States. The Rockton is due in San Francisco
on the 16th of May.
A portion of the works of the Schaghticoke
Powder Company at Troy, N. Y., was blown up
Monday night by the explosion of 200 ponnds
of material in a mixing vat. Charles R. Rose
was killed and Mnrvin Bennoway received in
juries which will probably be fatal. The dam
age to the property is about 3,5000.
Mr. A. B. Chandler, President of the Postal
Telegraph Cable Company, had his attention
called to the report that a consolidation of the
Postal Telegraph Cable Company with the
Western Union Company is likely to occur soon.
Mr. Chandler stated that there is not the
slightest foundation in fact for such a state
ment. The Banking and Commerce Committee of
the Canadian Dominion Parliament yesterday
reported, after prolonged discussion, Mr.
Clarke Wallace's bill for the suppression of
combines. .The amendment to the bill was car
ried, granting the accused option of trial by
jndge and jury. No appeals Jto the Supremo
Court will be allowed.
Before the Armes court martial, yesterday.
Assistant District Attorney Shililngton was
called to testify relative to tbe police court
proceedings airainst Captain Bourke, and cor
roborated what had already been developed on
that point. At the conclusion of this testi
money the prosecution rested its case, and the
court adjourned until Thursday.
Bill Ryan, the Vissouri train robber and
associate of Jesse James, was released from the
penitentiary yesterday. He was sentenced for
23 vears for complicity in the Glendale train
robbery, on the Chicago and Alton Railroad,in
1879, bnt Governor Morebone, a short time be
fore his retirement from office, commuted tbe
sentence to 7 years. Ryan has been a good
A beet sugar company was incorporated at
San Francisco yesterdav with a capital of 15,
000,000, with Louis Schloss. A. L. Cutts, F.
Ehrmann, Clans Spreckels and John D.
Spreckels as directors, the last two holding
half of tne stock. Tbe object is to erect large
sugar refineries at various points on the coast
in addition to one already established at Wat
snnville. Cal In the exnectation of refinine
50,000 or 60,000 tons of sugar a year.
Ellsworth White shot- and fatally wounded
Mrs. J. Kellogg Monday night, at Lockwood, a
small place near Ithaca, N. Y. Mrs, Kellogg
had been visiting White's mother, who is sick,
and as she came out of the bouse. White fol
lowed her and shot her three times in the back.
No cause is assigned, but it is thonght White
is insane. He was discharged from Auburn
prison abont three months aeo, where he served
a term for horsestealing. After tbe shooting he
was captured by officers, who put him in jail at
It is stated unofficially that the cruiser
Charleston will probably start on her trial trip
on Friday next. She has finished coaline, and
yesterday took on board a large qnantitr of
rope, hawsers and other equipment from Mare
Island for tbe trip. On Saturday, while lying
at her dock, fires were started In her furnaces,
and the machinery, under a full head of steam,
was found to work smoothly and in perfect or
der. Her anchors are in place, but her steel
masts, which were ma"de in Pittsburg, will not
be put in until after the trial trip.
Shortly after the bank of Grover, Coh.
opened in the morning an unknown cowboy
rode up to the bank, entered and presented a
check for 10 to cashier Smith, who was alone
at the time. IJe turned toward the window to
examine the writing, and on turning his face
toward the man f onnd himself covered with a
six-shooter. Tbe man said: "The check is no
good, but I want cash all the same." Smith
demurred, and the man threatened to sboot,
whereupon he banded him all the cash oat of
the safe, amonntlng to over $1,000, and was
thanked profusely by the robber. Mr. Smith
ran into the street as soon as he could and fired
several rifle shots at the daring robber, bnt
none of them took effect, and he made good his
The President made the following appoint
ments yesterday: William P. Hepburn, of
Iowa, to be Solicitor of, the Treasury; William
H. Whiteman, of New Mexico, Associate
Justice of tbe Supreme Court of the Territory
of New Mexico. General William P. Hepburn,
represented the Eighth district of Iowa
in Congress for' several terms. He wag
born in Columbiana connty, Ohio, In
1833, and becan the studv of law
in 1853. In 1S56 be was elected Prosecuting
Attorney of Marshal connty, Iowa, and -was
subsequently elected cblcf clerk of the Iowa
House of Reppetentatives. He served In
tbe Union army during tbe war, and at one
time commanded the Second Brigade, cavalry
divison. Sixteenth Army Corps. He has al
ways been an earnest Republican, and was
recommended for Solicitorsnip by the leading
men of his party in the State.
To-Dnr's Trial Lists.
Common Fleas No. 1 Bill tb Marshall, et al;
Klng&bon vs Gernert, Jr.; O'Brien vs Fuller;
liloter vj Fuller; Itassoy vs Anbell: Common
wealth vs Dallmeyer: Mason et ux, vs Elk: La
cock. St., vs Isaac & Co.; Kinema vs Hunter et
al; tVlttcman Bros., vi bmltu et al: Jeltlei & Co.,
Ti K ann Co.: banderson vs J?. JtU. E. K.K.CO.:
banderson vs Dickey et al; Sliulton vs Beckertet
a; bebmidt et al vs blessner.
Common Pleas No.2 Speth Vs Morgan: Mcln
tyre et al vs Mrlntyre et al; Bandroff vs P. It. K.
Co. ; Watson vs Brown.
Criminal Court Commonwealth vs William Dra
per, F. II. Reynolds, Martin Dnican. Michael Dnla
(I). Kobert Richardson et aL Henry C. Pair. Wll
Uuilna Feldier. John Keumlra et al, John and
Joseph Loclmer, Hugh Carr et al (2), Weston Pro
vost, Jr.: John Drown, William Brown, alias
Croon, alias McCurdy.
Ho-DAT' S AUDIT LIST Estates or James E.
McCormlck, John, B. E. Kichardson, D. U.
Holmes. J. P. bmlth, Stricklcr Demnth, John
Barns, Mary Mnor. John C ilelner, M. U. Mc
Gcary and John Abbott.
Horsford's Acid Phosphate.
Beware of imitations.
Onr Ulnrked-Dorrn Sale Continues.
As we will not be able to move until
next week our reductions still continue.
Don't misS them, at
Habdt & Hayes,
Jewelers and Silversmiths,
MWS 533 Smithfield st.
Cash paid for old gold and silver at
Hauch's, No. 293 Fifth ave. -wrsu
Cheats of Wedding Silver
Containing any number of pieces in all the
very latest designs are a specialty with E.
P. Roberts & Sons. vri1
Cabinets, $1 a dozen, at Elite Gallery,
BIG Market st,, Pitts. Bring children. Ele
This powder never varies. A marvel of pnr
Ity, strength and wholesomeness. More eco
nomical than the ordinary kin da, and cannot
ue soia in competition witn tne multitude of
A VILLAINS YIGTIM.
Pretty Laura Grand Drawn Into a Mock
Marrlnce At the Point of n Pistol
She Is Blade to Run Away
From Home Restored
to Her Parents.
Binghamton, IT. Y,, April 16. A
story of a somewhat sensational character
has jnst been brought to light in tnis city.
Laura Gran is, a 17-year-old gfrl, came to
this city a short time ago, and secured em
ployment in a factory. She was bright and
attractive, and soon had several suitors.
Among the most ardent was John B. Smith,
who was several, years her senior. He suc
ceeded in winning her affections, and in
duced her to accompany him to Tankhan
nock, Pa., where a marriage ceremony was
performed. The couple then went to
Nineveh, where they remained several days
with the girl's parents. Mr. Granis became
suspicious of his son-in-law, and instituted
an investigation, which resulted in the dis
covery that Smith had been twice before
married, and that both his former wives
Upon searching the records at Tunkhan
nock, Granis became convinced that the
alleged wedding was nothing more than a
mock marriage, and that his daughter had
been grossly deceived. Returning to his
home, he ordered Smith to leave the bouse,
and never attempt to see Laura again. That
night Smith waited for his opportunity, and
when he found Laura alone he pointed a re
volver at her head, and compelled her to
leave her home with him. The couple
walked the entire distance of 21 miles from
Ninevah to this city. Several times during
the journey Smith displayed ,a bottle, be
lieved to contain poison, and swore he would
force her to swallow it if .she attempted to
When this city was reached the girl was
completely exhausted. She was at once
taken to a house in the outskirts, where she
was kept concealed for three days. There
she was found by a detective, who had been
employed by her father. "When the officer
was about to remove her,"Smith presented a
revolver and declared he would shoot if any
attempt was made to separate him and his
wife. The detective dared Smith to shoot,
and departed with the girl, who was restored
to her lather. She is completely prostrated
by her terrible experience. Smith cannot
Baert'sTkicophebotis, pleasant to use,
gives the hair a peculiarly rich gloss, pre
venting baldness. W
Lovelx Satin-Covered Elder. Down Pillows,
At very low prices; 1,760 and more of these
elder-down pillow bargains here.
Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Easter Openlne Bonnets and lint
At The People's Store Thursday, Friday
and Satnrday of this week. The display
will excel all others we have shown.
Campbell & Dick,
OT 83, 85, 87 and 89 Fifth avenue.
To get "Easter Morning" panel; at all the
stores of the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea
Co. this week. mot
New designs and colorings in American
challies, beautiful assortments, at 5c, 8c, 20c
and 30c a yard. Huous & Hacke.
AiL the leading brands of imported
cigars, wholesale and retail.
G. "W. Schmidt, 95 and 97 Filth aye.
Every Night I Scratched Until the Skin
Body Covered With Scales Like Spots of
Mortsr. An Awful Spectacle. Doctors
Useless. Cure Hopeless, Entirely Cured
by the Cutlcura Remedies In Five Weeks.
lam going to tell you of the extraordinary
change your Cuticuea Remedies performed
on me. About tbe 1st of April last I noticed
some red pimples like coming out all over my
body, but thought nothing of it until some time
later on, when it began to look like spots of
mortar spotted on, and which came off in
layers, accompanied with itching. I would
scratch every night until I was raw, then the
next night the scales,being formed meanwhile,
were scratched off again. In vain did 1 consult
all the doctors in the country, but without aid.
After civingnp all hopes of recovery, I hap
pened to see an advertisement in tbe newspaper
about your Ccticura Remedies, and pur
chased them from my druggist, and obtained
almost immediate relief. I began to notice
that the scaly ernpfions gradually dropped off
and disappeared one by one, and have been
fully cured. I had the disease 13 months be
fore I becan taking tbe Cuticuba Remedies,
and in four or five weeks was entirely cured.
Sly disease was eczema and psoriasis. I recom
mended the Cuticuba Remedies to all In my
vicinity, and I know of a great many who have
taken them, and thank me for tbe Knowledge
of them, especially mothers who have babes
with scaly eruptions on their heads and bodies.
I cannot express in words the thanks to you for
what the Cuticuba Remedies have been to
me. My body was covered with .scales, and I
was an awful spectacle to behold. Now my
skin is as nice and clear as a baby's.
GEO. COTEY, Merrill, "Wis.
September 21, 1887. v
February 7, 1888. No trace of the disease
from which I suffered has shown Itself since
my cure. q, (j.
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gious, when physicians and all other remedies
Sold everywhere. Price: cuticuba, 50 cents;
Soap, 25 cents: Resolvest, si. Prepared by
the Potter Dbug and Chemical corpora
.3Sendfor "How to Cure Skin Diseases,"
64 pages. 60 illustrations, and 100 testimonials.
PLES, black-beads, red, rough, chapped
,auu uiijr urn preveniea By vuticura
I CAN'T BREATHE.
ChpAt Pfiina. KnrimPM Wotlmots
TT&plHnr Conrh Aihmi PiAni.n
.and Inflammation relieved In one
mlnnlA hvthn rnrlnvn i.tt.ti.t
Plaster. Notning like it tor weak lanes y?s
LADIES' KID GLOVES,
WITH MELLEN BRAY'S
DO NOT CATCH.
DO HOT UNFASTEN.
DO NOT CUT THE LACING.
Demand gloves with LACING
BXUUS, and you will appreciate
the great IMPROVEMENT oyer
EASILY IDENTIFIED on the
gloves, being SMALLER and
MUCH NEATER IN DESIGN.
-SOLD BT- .
JOSEPH HORNE 4 CO.,
609 to 621 Pfijrw AVENUK.
TWO qualities make the ideal
Diamond pure colorand per
Less than 10 per oent of all Dia
monds are pure in color; less than
10 per cent are of perfect crystal
lization. It foll6ws that perfection
in the combination of these quali
ties is extremely rare.
This leads to a singular condition.
There are really not enough perfect
stones to supply any large propor
tion of dealers. If we take London
as an illustration, it is an actual
fact that the finest diamonds are
there sold by not more than five in
every one hundred dealera
Exceptional facilities arising from
our close connection with the mar
kets of Amsterdam and London
give us a position as collectors
second to none in this country.
Our stook covers a wide range of
price, and every grade of Diamond
THEODORE- B. STARR,
206 Fifth avenue,
Madison Square, New York.
Correspondence invited from in
tending purchasers. -
MECHANICAL ANB ELECTRICAL
Repairing a specialty.
103 THIRD AVE., near Wood st.
Telephone 851. PITTSBURG, PA.
The firms of E. P. "WALLACE & CO. and D. TAYLOR & CO. thaving consoli
dated their interests in the Lamp, Glass and China business, will now continue the same
under the firm name of
Tt. op. "wXj:tiac:e & oo.,
At 211 Wood St and 102 and 104 Third Ave.
The long experience of both members of the firm will enable them to put forth every
effort tor the accommodation and satisfaction of their patrons.
Thev are now preparing an elegant line of China, Rich Cnt Glass, Piano and Vase
Lamps, Taney Goods and Bric-a-Brac for their SPRING OPENING, APRIL 15.
But, prior to this, will have to close out the entire stock of the late firm of D. Taylor
& Co., regardless of cost. Immense hargains now offered.
DON'T FORGET THE NUMBER.
211 WOOD, ST., Between Second and Third Aves. .
A Few Sample Bargains. Every Department Loaded Down.
1.0C0 pieces lovely Challls, only' 60 a yard. They're all after the French designs,
and look as nice as any at 50c.
The pretty Satin Brocade Brilliantlnes, that aro selling all over at Soc; your choice
this week tor 25o a yard.
A most recherche assortment, peculiarly choice shades, all-wool, stripe French
DeBege. that are worth 65c, to-day for 60c a yard. They're 38 inches wide.
Then we've got a highly brilliant collection of the regular 75c 4S-inch all-wool
French Serges, newest spring shades, this week for 60c a yard.
Thirty-three pieces only 44 inch all-wool French Side Band Suitings, that yoa
wouldn't grndge SI for, only 76c a yard.
Two cases 54-lnoh all-wool Gray Cloth Suitings; they're -delightfully spring-like,
and worth 60c, now only 40c a yard.
We've bad a large sale in our raagniflcent Stripe Bilk Surahs at 49o a yard, and no
wonder, seeing they're worth one-half more.
An3- as a G-3?axL3. "WixlcL-TT-o
We'd advise you to keep pace with the times and visit our magnificent and colossal
SpringWrap and Jacket iirposltion.'Whila steadily refraining f romusingany bombas
tic expressions defying competition, etc would merely say in closing that for extent
of variety, elegance and artistic beauty, they are altogether unexcelied,and, our word -for
it, tbe prices'll please yon.
151 and 153 FEDERAL
SIX OR SEVEN PIECES.
$10. Ten Dollars Down, $2 Per Week for the Balance. $10.
rH"i II !: "J
The above suit represents tbe biggest bargains ever offered to housekeepers in
Allegheny county; is made of firsUlass reliable material and tbe frame of solid
walnut Tbe usual price is f 53 00, and no one should miss the opportunity of
securing one. for the parlor. """
DROP IN THIS WEEK!
AND ASK TO SEE
7-PIECE CHAMBER SUIT FOR $22.00.
7-PIECE CHAMBER SUIT FOR $28.00.
7-PIECE CHAMBER SUIT FOR $37.50.
405 "Wood. StoeettL
ACKNOWLEDGED CHAMPIONS' OF LOvVYi PRICES.
MORE IMPORTANT TO YOU
ARE JHE 3 SHOE BARGAINS
MOVING OUT OF MY STORE.
Men's Seamless Tip Bals,
$1 00. '
Men's Sewed Dress Shoes,
Men's Fine Calf Shoes, $2.
TJiese are a few of the large stock
of new spring goods,
G. D.SIM EN'S
78 OHIO ST., ALLEGHENY.
'Optical and Mathematical Instruments, Arti
ficial Eyes, Medical Batteries. All American
and European Patented Eye Glass and Specta
cle frames. Glasses perfectly adjnsted.
NO. 60 FIFTH AVENUE.
Telephone No. 16t& ap7-83-ssu
Pi" - ---' ' -
FOB: EASTER SUNDAY
Be sure and liny ono of -
BROADWAY SILK HATS,
$3 OQ, $4 00, $5 00, $6 00.
Nothing tops off a man to betTer advantage
and proclaims the well-dressed gentleman
than a glossy and stylish silk hat. .A-few
years ago but. few shining tiles were
seen on men's heads here, in fact the wear
ing of them was confined mostly to New
York, Philadelphia and Boston. But with
the great improvements that have taken
place in Pittsburg of late, and the general
go-aheaditiveness of this city, silk hats have
received that recognition which as a finish
ing feature of a gentleman's dress they fully
WeJiave them in small proportions for
young gents and large dimensions for fleshy
and middle-aged gentlemen.
The Hatter and Furnisher,
421 AND 423 SMITHi'IELD ST.
-Take a walk through our Mammoth Es
tablishment. New Stores. New Depart
ments. Everything New.
Easter Suits, Easter Hats,
In all Grades and Styles. Prices the lowest
In the city.
Confirmation Hats, Confirmation Neckwear
in all the charming novelties.
FREE TO THE BOYS:
"Pigs in Clover," "Base Ball Outfit" or
"School Companion" with every Boy's or
I-FEEE CONCERT ATTJBDAT
SALLER & CO.,
Corner Diamond and SmitMelJl Streets.
A Man Carried From a Death Bed to Dr.
Smith, the Magnatio Physician, at No. 502
It is seldom necessary to comment upon facts
or upon that which is truly wonderful, yet one
cannot refrain from expressing profound ad
miration for the skill which Is raising so many
sufferers from beds of pain and distress and
restores them to health and vigor. It scarcely
seems credible that such marvelous results
can be obtained by the laying on of bands, and
we should hare been loth to believe these
wonderful reports of Dr. Smith's re
markable cures only for the fact that
we have been an eye witness, and see
ing, you know, Is believing. "What we see
with our own eyes we are bound to believe.
The following cases treated by the Drs. Smith
at the Grand Opera House and in their parlors,
at No. 502 Penn avenne, speak for themselves.
Mr. John Foley, who resides at MUlvale, was
taken witb a terrible pain in his right shoulder
upward of five nfonths ago. The attack came
on suddenly, like a shock of paralysis. The
arm necame useless in a few moments' time.
He could not use tbe band or move a finger.
A sbort time after the attack be becan to ex
perience pain in the shoulder. The pain in
creased in severity for a nambcr of
days, when it was discovered that there
was an accumulation lot pus in the
shoulder joint. Mr. Foley applied to a doctor,
who opened tbe shoulder with the knife.
Large quantities of pus was discharged at the
time and a fistula formed, which continued to
discharge a thin, acrid pas. In this helpless
and hopeless condition be applied to the Drs.
Smltb, tbe magnetic physicians, at 602 Penn
avenue, ana was cured perfectly. He has re
gained tbe use of bis hand and arm, and is now
w ell and happy. John McDonald suffered ten
years from sciatica. Mr. McDonald is an old
gentleman, and was helpless for several years.
He was cured on the public stage by one mag
netic treatment. Scores of cases of loss of
voiee have been cured on tbe public
stage by one treatment, as well as
cases of rheumatism, neuralgia, catarrh,
asthma, bronchitis, and. in fact, all kinds of
disease. All that the doctors do is to apply
their hands to tbe affected parts for a few mo
ments, when the enre is comploted. Drs. Smith
will continue to heal tbe sick free of charge at
the Grand Opera House every morning this
week from 10 to 11 o'clock.
Next Saturday morning will he their last ap
pearance in tbe Grand Opera Honse. and will
close their Dnblic healing of the sick. Hereaf
ter those who desire to consult Dr. Smith may
do so at his office, N- 602 Penn avenue. Con
sultation free from 9 A. M. until 7 P. K. daily.
All letters of inquiry must contain two stamps.
Dr. Smith's office will close at 7 o'clock r. M.
T5ALT1M0BE AMU OHIO KAibKOAO
X Schedule In effect Norcmber ffl, 1883. JTor
Washington. V. C. Baltimore. 1'btlatlelDliU and
Hew York, "11:30 a.m.rana,10.a p.m. ForWash
lnjcton, 1. O,, Baltimore, Philadelphia and Uttr
York, t7;00 a. in. or Cumberland, t7:C0,
'11:30 a. m., and'lOiM p. m. For ConnelltTllle,
17:08 and U: a. m K!0, fV.OOand I0:p. m.
For Cnlontown.T7:Oa.tll:a.ra., tlKand 4:C0 p.
p. For Sit. Pleasant. 17:00 and tll:J0m. m,, :00
and tl-OO p. m. For Washington, Fa.. Tija,
:30a.in.,1i3:33, t5:30and'8:30p. m. Forwlieel
inir, 7:30. t9:a.m, 3:S5, '3:50 p.m. For Cin
cinnati and tit. Louts, "7:30a. m '8:30p. m. For
Columbns, '7:30 a. m., 8:30 p. m. For Newark,
"7:30, 10:30 a. in., "3:35, '8:30 p. m. For Chicago,
7:3a tS:30a. m.. 3:&5and S JO p. m. Trains ar
rive from ew York. Philadelphia, Baltimore and
Washington, 7il0 a. m. and s:S) p. ra. From
Columbus, Cincinnati and Chicago. 1M a. ra. and
9:10 p. tn. From Whellng. 7:, 10:30 a. m
tj:00, 3:10 p. to. Through sleeping cars to Balti
more, Washington and Cincinnati.
For W heeling, Columbus and Cincinnati. 11:53
pm (Saturday only). ConnellsvlUe ac at IS;)
vitativ- 1!latlY-A?RntHnndav- tSnnd&v onlv.
The HttsburgTranster Company will call for
upon orders left at B. AO. llcket Office, corner
Firth avenuB and Wood street.
W. II. CLKMENT3, CHASO. SCULL.
Ilencral Manaeer. Uen. Tass. Aet:
1ITTSHUHU aND VESTEUN KAiLWAx
aralns(Cet'iatn'dttme) Learc. Arrive.
Day Ex. Ak'n.Tol., Cl'n, Kane
Chicago Express (dally)....
Hew Castle and Greenville Ex
1 ! n m
I M pm
ft itV JJ Ml
lOrouiEa coacu ibu Bicepcr
A LLEGHENY VALLEY KAILKOALJ-
.Arralns leave Union Station (Eastern Standard
time): Klttannlng Ao.. 6-53 a. ni.t Magarj Ex.,
dally. S:45 a. in., llulton Ac. 10.10 a. m,; Valley
Camp Ar., K-cj p. m.t Oil City and UBol Ex-
Jl:W p. ra. ChurcH trains uraeourn, u wp. in.
and 9:35 p. tn. Fnllman Sleeping Cars between
inttaburr aniTBuffalo. E. H. UXLEY. U. F. s
r. A.; 1AYU MCCAKUO, Bta.BWU
IK. f i tl j SS fll
S 1 II
S "M- & axetm'A ML LiVft
k jftmL vS
gala occasion for Bargain Seekers, and Easter, 1889, will not only fiefr a
no exception to mis iuic, uui jeau an iu jjieuecessurs. we nave '
more to show this Eastdr than ever before, have prettier styles, hayew
Ibwer prices, and in no department of our popular and attractiveC
store do these facts stand out more conspicuously than in our largaf
BOYS' :-: CLOTHING :-: BAZAAR.
The Spring Season, 1889, has been productive of an unusually
large number of quaint, dainty and unique novelties in Little Boys'
Kilt and Short Pant Suits, and (print the next four words large, Mr.-'
KAUFMANNS' HAVE THEM ALL
But it's our prices, more than anything else, to which we call
your attention. We want you to know that you can select the finest
and most exclusive Spring Styles here for less money than you have
to pay for the shop-worn "chestnuts" shown in many houses. We
want you to know that ours is the Ideal Boys' Outfitting Concern in
Matchless Prices for Kilt Suits.
kHandsome Flannel Kilt Suits, sizes 2 to 6, at only $1 25.
Beautiful Pleated Arrabeth Cloth Kilt Suits, at only $2 50.
Very fine Scotch Plaid Kilt Suits (1, 2 and 3 pieces), at only $4..
Finest Imported Homespun
Exquisite French Novelties,
LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY
SUITS, CAPS, COLLARS AND CUFFS AND SASHES.
PEERLESS PRICES FOR SHORT PANT SUITS (Plain or
Fancy; with Vests or without.)
Dark and light Casslmere Suits, sizes 4 to 14, at only 81 39.
Strictly All-Wool Stylish Cassimere Suits, at only $2 25.
Handsome Silk-mixed Scotch. Cheviot Suits, at only $3 50.
Imported Cassimere Suits, entirely new designs, at only 85.
Choice Imported. Corkscrew Suits, different colors, at only 88.
Finest Cheviot and Cassimere Suits, Parisian Styles, at only 87.-
EXTRA SIZE SHORT-PANT SUITS
FOR BIG, STOUT BOYS, UP TO 17 YEARS OF AGE.
UNEXAMPLED PRICES FOR BOYS' LONG-PANT SUITS, Con.
firmation Suits, eta, Sack or Frock Styles.
Firstclass Worsted Suits, new Spring Patterns, for only $6u
T?ln rVirtrrrfw Tlrp Suit- TO different cnlnrt fnrnnlw &SL -
Elegant Scotch Cheviot Suits, very fashionable, for only $10,
Superior Imported Cassimere, Tricot and Worsted Suits, only $13.
GRAND EASTER GIFTS FOR THE BOYS
A most artistic Pictorial Easter Book, just the thing for little Bojs, '
sold In stationery stores at 50c; or a pair of our ' hard-wood, patent
safety extension stilts will bs given gratis with every Boy's Suit
bought this week.
Lively Times in Our Shoe Department,
The lot of our Shoe salesmen is not an easy one. They're kept on the go'
from 8 o'clock in the morning till 6 o'clock in the evening. The crowds make
'em. Our Ladies' Shoo Parlor, in particular,- enjoys a very active trade. Evi
dently, our reliable goods, handsome styles and low prices are appreciated.
Fifth Avenue and
PENNSYLVANIA BAILHOAD-ON AND
after November 2S, 1383. trains leare Union
station, rituburjr, as follows, Eastern Standard
MAIN LINE EASTWARD.
New York and Chicago Limited or 1'uUman Tea.
Mbnle dally at 7:15 a. ra.
Atlantic Express dally for the East, S.-00 a.m.
Msu train, dally, except Sunday, 8:55 a. m. Man
day; mall, 8:40 a. m.
Day express dally at 8:00 a. m.
Mall express dally at 1:00 p. m.
Philadelphia express dally at 4:30 p. m.
Eastern express dally at 7:13 p. m.
fast Line dally at 9.00 p. m.
Oreensburjr expressS:10 p. in. week days.
Derry express 11:00 a. m. week days.
All through trains connect at Jersey City with
boats of "Hroolflyn Annex" for Brooklyn, N. Y.,
avoiding doable ferriage and 'Journey through N.
Trains arme at Union Station as follows:
Mall Train, dally 8:20 p. m.
Western Express, daUy 7;a. m.
X'aelne Express, dally lCitip. m.
Chicago Limited Express, daUy 8:30 p.m.
FastLlne, dally 11:15 p. m.
aouTHWEsr mux kailtvay.
Tor Unlontown, sill and saSa. m. aniH.Up.
m without change of can; 1.00 p. m., connect
Ing at Ureensburg. Trains arrive from Union
town at 3:45 a. tn.. 15:31. 6:15 and 8:3) p. m.
WEST PENNSYLVANIA DlVlSIUJM.
from FEUEKAL ST. bTATION. Allegheny City.
Mall train, connecting for Blalrsvllle... 6:a.m.
Express, for BUlrsvllle, connecting for
Uatler 1:15 p. in.
Butler Accom 8:20 a. m 2:25 and 8:p. m.
Bnrlngdste Accom 11:40 a. m. and l.J)p. m.
Jrreeport Accom 4:00. 8:15 and 10:J0p. m.
On Sunday...., ,12:50 and 9:30 p. m.
North Apollo Accom 10:50 a. m. and 5:00 p. in.
Allegheny Junction Accommodation
connecting for Butler 8:20 a. ra.
Blalrrvllle Accommodation 1t:30n.m.
Trains arrlTf at KEDEKAL STKEET STATION :
Kxpress. ronnectlng from BuUer.. ...... 10:35 a, ra.
Mall Train. , 2.p. m.
Butler Accom. . ....... 8:23 a. m., 4:40 and 7:20 p. m.
Klalrsvllle Accommodation 0:32 p. m.
Freeport Accoin.7i40a.in.. lat 7:20andll-oop, ra.
On Sunday. ...., ..10:10 a. m. and7:00p. m.
Bprlngdale Accom. 8:37a. m., and 3:02 p. m.
North Apollo Accom..... . 8:40 a.nn. and 5:40 p. m.
Trains leave Union station, fltunnrg, as follows:
For ttonongahela city. West Brownsville and
Unlontown. 11 a. m. For Monongaheu City and
West Brownsville, 7:03 and 11 a. m. and 4:40 p. m.
On Sunday, 1-01 p. in. For Mouongahela. City, 8:4)
p, m week days.
DravoshnrcAc. week dara. 3:3) D. m. '
West Elizabeth Accommodation, 8:5Ua. m., 2:09,
cr--u ana h: p. ra. Bunaiy, umu p. in.
Ticket ornces Corner Fourth avenue and Try
street aud Union station.
CHAS. E. l'UUU, J. B. WOOU.
Ueneral Manager. Uen'll'ass'r Agent.
J)ANHANDLS ROUTE-NO V. 12, 13SS. UNION
station. Central Standard Tine. Leave for
nclnnatl and BU Louis, d 7:30 a.m., d 8 00 and
d 11:13 p. m. Dennlson, 2:45 p. m. Chleuro,
1236, d 11:13 p.m. Wheeling, 7:30 a. m.. 12.05,
s:lo p.m. Steahea-nlte, 3:53a. m. Washington.
6:55, 8:86 a. m., IM, 3:36, 4:33 p. m. Bulger, 10:13
a. m. Kurgettstown, Sll:35a.m.. 4:25 p. m. Mans
Held, 7:15. 11.00a: m.. 8-no, dS2; 10-4U, p. in. Mc
Donalds, d 4.1 d 10:00 p. m.
From the West, dluO, U 0.-09, a. m.. 3:03, d3.il
P.m. Dennunu t 33a.m. btenbenvllle, 5V,n. in.
Wheeling, 10, 8:46 a.m 3:05, 5.Mp.m. Burgetts
town. 7:13a, m.,H9-03a.m. Washington, 8.55,7:38,
9:Ua. ra '2:38, 30p. ra. Manrteld, 5:35,, 90
a,m 12:48 d6rM and 10:00 p.m. Bulger, lnap.m.
MeDonalda, d8:SSa.m.. dlMs. m. ,
d--4aUyi B Sunday only; other trala. except-
It has been onr
custom for many,
years past to make
the week beforel
Easter a special?'
Cloth Kilt Suits, at only S5.
imported by ourselves, at only $6.
PENNSiLYANM COMPANY'S LINE3
Febraary 10. 1889, Central Standard Time.
As follows from Union Station: For Chicago, d 7.-
a. m., d 12:20, d 1:00, d 7:45. except Satnrday. 11:30
. m. Toledo. 7:23 a. m.. d 12:20, d l 0 and except
aturday. 11:20 p nr. ; Crestline. 8:43 a.m.; Ueve
Und, 6:10,7:25 a.m., 12:35 and d 11 :0S p.m.; Newcas
tle and Youngstown, 7:05 a. m.. 12:20, 3:43p.m.;
Youngstown and Nile, d 12:23 p. m.; MeadvlUe,
Erie and Ashtabula. 7:05a. m., 12:20 p.m.: Nlles
and Jamestown, 3:13 p. m.x Massillon, 4:10 p.m.;
Wheeling and Bellalre, 8:10a. m.. 12:J5, 1:30 p. m.;
Beaver Falls. 4:00, 5:05 p. m., 3 8 da a. m. ; Leets
dale. 5:30 a.m.
ALLEUHENY-Bochester. 1:30 a. m.i Beaver
Falls, 8:1 11:09 ,m.: En on. 30 p. m.t Leets
dale, 100. 11:43 a. m., 2.-C0, 4:30, 4:45, 3:30. isO :09
p.m.; Conway, 10:30p.m.; .1'alr Oaks, B 11:40 a.
ra.: Leetsdale. 8 8:30 p. m.
TKAINSAKBIVE Union station from Chicago
except Monday Ii50, d8:00, d3 a, m., d Tin p.
m. ; Toledo, except Monday 1 SO, d 8:35 a. m., 7:3
S. m. . Crestline, 2:10 p. m.: Youngstown and
ew Castle. 9:10 a.m., lta, 7:33. 10:13 p. m.; Nlles
andYonnestown. d 7:35 p. m. : Cleveland, d 3:50 a.
m.. 25, 7:43 p. m.: Wheeling and Bellolre, S.-03
a, m 25, y.a p. ra.; Erie and Ashtabula, Ids.
10:13 p. m.: Massillon. 10:00 a. iu.; NUes ana
Jamestown. 9:10 a.m.; Beaver Falls, 7 JO a, m
1:10 n. lrt s a S3 p. m.t Leetsdale, 10: p. m.
ARlUVk ALLEGHENY -From En on, 8K a.
m.: Conway. 6:N): Rochester, 9:40 a. m.: Beaver
Fall. 7:10a. m. 8:40 p. m.: Leetsdale, SdO, 8:13.
7:43 a. ra 12:00, 1:43, 1:30, 80. 9:00 p. m.; Fair
Oaks, 8 8:33 a. m. ; Leetsdale, S 66 p. m.: Beaver
Falls. S 3S3 p. m.
S. Sunday only; d, dally; other trains, except
PITTSBURO AND LAKE EKUS RAILROAD
COMPANY-Bchedule In effect Febroary 24,
1839, Central timet
P. H U E. K. B.-Dabt For Clrreland, 33,
7:40 A. M 1 JO, 4:15, 'iaa T. JC For Cincinnati.
Chicago and St. Louis, 3:23 a. v., lfl0, ?:30r. X.
For Buffalo, 10d A. M.. 4:159:3dr. V. ForSal
manca, 7:40a. it., lao, "9:50 r. it. For Bearer
Falls, 5:23. 1:10. 10:20 A. M.. '130. 3:30. 4:13, 3.-2a
6:30 p. m. For Cbartlers, S25, S:33, 6J0, yxn,
7:13, 8:40, "9:05, 9C3, WOO A. M.. HKS, 12:4 11.-23,
1:43, JtfO. 4:43, 5:ia sao, 'Hi 10 JO P. M. M
ABRITX From Cleveland, Sao A. M.. Idj
S:4a "SiOB T. it. From Cincinnati. Chicago and
St. Lonls, 1 :00. 3 P. M. From Buffalo. 5:30 A.
M., 10, 3:40 p. if. From Salamanca, '1:00. "
P.M. Front Youngstown. 4:30, 60, 9:20 A. X,
10.5:48, lirtOp. jj. From Beaver Falls. 5JJ,
&50, 7:20, 9.-20A. Jr.. 'lrtO, ldo: S:4V,"8,P--J!'
From Chartlers. 8:10, 6:22, S:30, V:4J?JJS
"7:30, 8:30, 90, 10:10 A. MTl20 noon, 12:30. 1113,
T lieX. 4V:B.-DiPABT-ForNewaaTen, ;
5:30 A. JI 3:30 p. u. For West Newton. 3:30 A. M., -3.30
and 3S5 p. it. For New Haven. 7:10 a. m.,
Sundays, only. '
AIihlVE-From New Haven. 1,"-;t,,'j j2?iv
M. From West Newton.:l5. 'W''i-?,
ForileKeesport and Elliabeth, StfO A. M. aiSSVf
4:0S.3ffiP.jr..t7;10A.M . ..,, .:Vr,
From ElUabeth and McKeesport, 60S A, jfij J
7:30. '10:00 a. it.. "Jrfa P.M. !
Dally. Sundays only. . .M ' -EvROLBROOK,
General Superlntendeat. ? ,
A. E. CLARKT&eneral Passenger Agenlj.
aty ticker office. 401Smlthlleld street. ip
PITTSBURG AND CASTLE SHANNON R. R.t J
Co. WloterTlrae Table- On and sfterOctobert
14, 1888, nntU further notice, trains will run as.1
follows on every day except bunday. Eastern.
standard timet leaving Plttabnrg-: a.'jn
7:1.1a. m.l3:30a. m . liafla-m.. 1:40p.m.. 3MOp.m
8:10 p. m J p. m.. 9:30 p. m..ll:30p. m. Ar
Jington-3:43 a. m.. 6.30 a. m 8.00 a. ., 10-.20 a.
m.. 10 p,m.. 2:40 p. m.. 4S p. m.. tM p. m
7:U p. m., 10:30 p. m. Sunday trains, leaving
a jo. "" --. p- an., auw
m. Arllngtoi:-9:W a. sa, u bw
Ti.tn. nao ti.
.lsep. m 4ip. -, :. to.
'tjt ?t', .. wA . V .!-&, .a -5.iH . ., iZ w . .'!... x. "tL. .J..BL
' At Cf .esitltlKr
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