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'THE PITTSBUEG- 'DISPATCH, -SUNDAY SEPTEMBER:OT! 1889?
JSBR1N NEW BOARD.
Judge White Dismisses the Lincoln
' "V School Directors Promptly.
MAKI EECEDITS FOR THE PRISONS.
Flann. the Bank Defaulter, Sen
tenced to Fite Tears.
SENEKALNEWS OF THE COUNTI COUETS
The case of the directors of the Lincoln
sub-school district of the Twenty-first ward,
who have been unable to agree on the elec
tion of .a writing teacher and one other
teacher, came up again vesterday afternoon
before Judge "White. J. McF. Carpenter,
Esq., stated to the Court that the two fac
lions had been unable to agree, and he
asked His Honor to declare the seats of the
directors vacant, and appoint others in their
stead. Affidavits were produced from each
or the factions stating that they were willing
to do their duty, but the others were not.
A. H. Eowand,Esq., contended for Messrs.
John TV. Griest, M. E. Candy and E. J.
McLaughlin that they had voted for the
teachers advocated by A. H. Edwards, E.
TV. Thompson and K. B. Ford, but the lat
ter immediately voted against them, showing
that ther did not desire an election.
Judge "White replied that the Court could
not side with either party, but if any were
removed he must remove all. "They had
simply neglected their duty as a board, and
as a board must be dealt with. Mr. Car
penter submitted to the Judge a list of
names that had been handed to him and
suggested for appointment Judge "White
said that he had considered the matter, and
selected a list ot names of men whom he
thought would fill the position acceptably,
and were not concerned in this dispute.
Kone of the attorneys or directors present
could find 'any objections to the names sug
gested by Judge White, and he then made
an order declaring the seats of the directors
vacant and appointing in their stead, until
the next regular election. Major "W. F.
Aull, J. "W. Kirker, H. F. Dinger, J. B.
Van 'Waener, George B. Eoessing and
Captain S. "W. Jefferis. The costs of the
case were placed on the school district.
RETIRED FOR FIVE TEARS.
Ilnrry Flann' Caso la Tinally Disposed of
by Jailco Acheson.
Harry Flann, the youthful ex-bookkeeper
of the Marine National Bank, yesterday
pleaded guilty in the United States District
Court and was sentenced to five years In tne
penitentiary. Flann embezzled $35,000 from the
Marine Bank. His peculations were discovered
and he confessed and was arrested and sent to
laiL At the last term of the United States
Court at Williamsport the grand jury found
true hills against Mann. The indictments
against him were for embezzlement and making
false entries in the books of the bank. There
were seven courts In alL
When the court opened yesterday Flann was
taken before Judge Achesou. FHnn's attor
ney's Messrs. W. A. Stone. J. S. Ferguson and
J. H. Porte, were present; also his wife ana
mother, and President O'Neil and Vice Presi
dent Wilson, of the bank. The indictment
against him was read, and Colonel Stone en
tered a pica of nolle contendre. Colonel otone
made a strong appeal for clemency, and asked
that Flann be sent to some reformatory. He
pleaded bis youth and also delicate health.
Physician's certificates from Drs. McOord,
Cbessrown and Lange were produced. Messrs.
Ferscson and Porte also spoke. The date of
Flann's birth was given as July 6, ISO.
Judge Acheson sentenced Flann. It was his
opinion that his health would not suffer in the
penitentiary, and he (rave him five years In
that prison. The sentence was the minimum
allowed by law. Flann kissed his mother and
wife, and after an Interview with them in
United States Marshall Miller's office, was
taken by Warden McGill to Riverside.
FULL MUSICAL WEEK.
Exposition Managers Have Arranged
an Excellent Programme.
WELSH AND GERMANS TO SING.
Another Elaborate Display for Friday and
EVERYTHING TO AMUSE THE PUBLIC
DIVORCES BY THE DOZEN.
THE KETSTOXE COAL COJIPANJT.
Henry fllcKnlglit Sue n Number of Well
Known Coal Men.
Suit was entered yesterday by Henry Me?
Knight, administrator of the estate of the
late Bobert McKnight, against James Jt.
Bailey, Thomas Fawcett, S. S. Brown and
Jas. L. Marshall, the survivors of trie late "Hugh
lee, who was associated with them, and all of
whom operated the business of the Keystone
Coal Company, Limited. The plaintiff alleges
that the company issued bonds, promissory
notes and other forms of indebtedness to the
late Robert McKnight, and which are now
owned by the plaintiff, Henry McKnight, as
administrator: that the said bonds, notes, eta,
were never paid at maturity., and that
defendants refuse to pay them. The bonds and
notes were issued op April 1. 1S7P, and payable
at various times after that date In sums of $3,
15, 30 and aUo in the full amount of the notes
as they came due. They purported to be the
indebtedness ot a limited partnership associa-
uuu, uiacizeu uduct me act ox June z, isi,
yet the same, the plaintiff avers, are not
the notes, etc of any such association, but
are the debts of the defendants issued by them
while doing business as partners of Hugh Lee,
under the name of the Keystone Coal Com
The plaintiff expects to prove that when the
notes et, were issued there was no such
limited partnership association. He asks for a
verdict of &b00, the amount of the notes with
Elizabeth 0. H. McKnight is also a plaintiff
to the suit and for the same reasons asks for
2,525. Thomas J. E. Morrow who also held
wme of the paper, asks for $675. McGowan
Bros., Daniol and Robert, ast for $220. and
James D. Frisbee, as guardian of Roger and
Herbert Knox, asks for a summons in
FILLING TOE PRISONS.
RIanr Offenders Sentenced Yesterday In the
Judges "White and Magee together occu
pied the bench in Criminal Court yesterday,
when convicted prisoners came up for sen
tence. Ex-Police Officer "William Williams,
for robbing the prisoners en route iu the patrol
wagon to the station, was given six months to
the workhouse. Judge White deplored the
fact of the prisoner's family beins dependent
on him and was disposed to be lenient with
him, and said Williams had made a mistake in
tellinga story to the Court that lacked confirma
tion. Samuel Oberhelman, guilty or selling liquor
without a license, the same beinfr designated
"bitters," was fined $000 and sentence to im.
prisonment was suspended. Judge W hite told
the prisoner he understood he dealt in these
"bitters" at a point opposite Sewickley and
that his customers were young men from that
suburb, who were made drunk by the stuff.
He cautioned him against continuing the sale
Joseph Hnffnacle was fined $1,000 for sellin"
liquor illegally at his home m tlie Seventeenth
ward. Jane Kelly, of the Southside, also in
volved in a liquor case, was let off with the
costs. Her attorney, Wiiiliam Rcardon. made
a plea for her. saying she was the widow of an
ex-Councilman and had a family of little chil
dren. Two small boys named William Frisbee and
John Ripper were fined 6 cents and costs for
larceny, Lewis Griffen, for the same offense,
got two years to the penitentiary, and Edward
Castle three years. F. Smallman,seliinc liquor
S5S?ntaJIlcense and on Sunday, was fined
$1,000 and sent to the workhouse for four
months. W llliam Kohler.illegal iiqnor sellinr.
pot fonr months also and was fined $550, and
Barnev Scanlon three months and $500 fine.
JohnAelson, f or accravated assault and bat-
j, aibo uneu tuvana costs.
Plenty of Litigation Bctwcrn Unhappy Mar
H. B. Herron, Esq., yesterday filed the
testimony taken in the divorce case of Harry
C. Dillon against Elmira G. Dillon. The
parties were residents of Lawrenceville. Mr.
Dillon, who is a railroad employe, testified
that his wife was unfaithful.
In the divorce case of Annie Ii. Roberts
acrainst 15. A. Eoberts, a rule was issued on
Mr. Roberts yesterday to show cause why an
attachment should not be issued for him for
contemnt of court in not payinc his wife money
for her support as ordered by the court. .
Suits for divorce on tho grounds of desertion
were entered by Na :cy M. Downing against
Samuel A Downing, and Thomas L. Thomas
against Anna Thomas. Bella J. Spradley sued
for a divorce from John W. Spradley, alleging
indignities to her person.
A. II. Moeser was appointed commissioner in
the divorce caso of Christian Swin against
Rosina Swin. T. J. Keenan, Ea.r was appoint
ed commissioner in the case of Thomas A Cun
ningham against Margaret L. Cunningham. W.
W. Wbitsell, Esq., was appointed commis
sioner in the case of Fannie Shirk against H.
C. Shirk. In the case of Matrerie E Maurer
against Fred Maurer W. ft Schell was appoint-;
in the case of Kate Kelly against Charles G.
Kelly. Wm. M. Hall, Jr., yesterday was ap
pointed commissioner in the divorce case of
Caroline Hernman against Emil H. Hernman.
JVUnt Lawyers Have Done.
.Mes. JIakgabet Tepb yesterday entered
suit against John Brownside for $1,000 damages
JUDGK.EWTXO yesterday granted the peti
tion of the Elizabeth Bridge Company for a
dissolution of its charter.
W. H. Babkeb and William Trimble yester
day were appointed appraisers of the effects of
Samuel Hughes, who had'assigned to James F.
Chaktzrs were granted yesterday to the
Pittsburg Conference Educational Society and
to the First Methodist Episcopal Church, of
Jons Heckel and George King were ap
pointed appraisers of the effects of Walter E.
Hague, who assigned to Charles H. Park.
Both assignments were for the benefit of cred
itors. In the case of L. F. Hull, a deputy constable
of Coraopolis borough, from whose bond R. F.
Conkcl had withdrawn, a rule was issued on
Hull yesterday to furnish a new bond or his
commission would be revoked. He is given to
October S to respond.
Sarah H. Patteksojt yesterday filed a
petition asking for an inquest in lunacy on her
father, John 13. Patterson. She stated that he
has been of unsound mind for over two months
and is now In Dixinont. George S. Davis, Esq..
was appointed to Investigate tbe matter.
This coming Monday will usher in such a
season of amusement and instruction at the
Exposition as has never before been offered
a Pittsburg public. There may be more en
joyable nights offered, but doubtless there
never have been than those this week.
For Monday night Conductor "Weis has
prepared for the Great "Western a special
programme of popular airs, intended to ap
peal directly to the hearts of everybody, and
judging by the past there will be no failure
in the future.
Great interest is, being shown by Pitts
burg's thousands of "Welsh citizens, in tho
announcement that Tuesday is to be devoted
entirely to the'beautiful melodies of peace-
iui waies, ana all airs have been arranged
by the band in deferenee to this. In addi
tion to this music in the daytime, a sur
prise has been arranged for the evening,and
it is this surprise that has caused such
great interest among music-loving people.
Iu the eyening the United "Welsh Singing
Societies of this city (numbering in all
nearly 100 voices) will render from the baud
stand some of their most stirring songs.
A SPECIAL PROGRAMME.
The famous .Cambrian Male Chortfs is to
sing Tuesday evening, and in view of the
great eveurProf. Morris Stephen has ar
ranged the following programme, to be
given by the full chorus, with band accom
paniment: 1. Harlech "War Song GwilimGwent
2. LlwynOnn John Thomas, R. A
3. Sailors' Chorus.: Dr. Parry
4. 1 Gof (The Blacksmith) Jenkins
Director, Morris Stephen.
"Wednesday will ring with shouts of
Yankee land, Hail Columbia! and swing
your partners, balance all. Director Weis
has arranged a programme especially made
up of music by the best American com
posers, and American Day will be a pretty
and popular one. The nicest idea of all,
however, is to devote a portion of the even
ing in rendering homage' to the sweetest
singer of all, Stephen 0. Foster. This
homage will be given in the most graceful
manner any courtesy can be paid; that is .in
the rendition of Foster's loveliest'melQdies,
"The Old Kentucky Home;""TheSqanie
Eiver" and "The Old Folks at Home1."
MORE MUSIC ON IHtTBSDAY.
dollars were saved to the company, and prob
ably many lives. The .firemen were enabled to
carry long lines of hose up the fire escapes and,
stationing themselves on the three balconies
attached to each, were able to throw water
upon the flames with purpose and with less
risk of accident to the hard workers. This
proves tbe necessity or every large building
having a firo escape, and' also proves this one
of Taylor & Sean to be the one to use. They
may bo seen at the display near main entrance,
or at the store, 205 Market street.
TUT DUQUESNE COW
It Died and a Cross Suit May be En
tered Against Agent 0'lirien.
MEWtfAD TERTISEarENTS. i:
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BREAD TOO MDCH FOE THE B07INE.
Heeren Brothers t Co.
This firm of manufacturing jewelers, 525
Wood street, make a very attractive display
in Mechanical Hall. T,beir novel signs are a
feature, and their cases of jewelers' and watch
makers' tools are an interesting study. Five
years ago nothing of importance in brass or
other metals was made into mechanical ar
ticles here, but since the advent of electricity
a great deal of this work is done in Pittsburg
by mechanics; even amateurs amuse them
selves in this line. The tools needed lor this
work are only found at Heeren Bros'., from a
file as fine as a needle to lathes and kindred
tools. In this exhibit a case of files
shows 500 varieties. Another case shows
felt, cotton and other wheels and tools
for polishing. A third case is filled
with drills, measuring tools, pliers; pincers and
a large variety of other items, such as dies for
cutting threads, etc A very handsome watch
makers' lathe, with all its tools, occupies a
position at entrance, encased in glass. With
out further specifying, it is pertinent to state
that a study of these cases will reveal any
amount of things useful to artificers in mechan
ical devices, and this indication will serve to
direct their attention to the exact spot where
they can obtain all needful helps to aid them
in their work.
COMMANDS THE AFFECTIONS.
How a Beantlfal Bride-Elect Attracts nnd
An interesting trait of human" nature is
easily observed' at the Exposition. Nine
hundred and ninety-nine out of every thou
sand people stand lor hours watching al
most any kind of a common machine that
has motion, but the same number will, in
all probability, pass the stationary exhibit,
however beautiful, with only a "very nice"
comment, unless that exhibit be extremely
novel and meritorious.
One of the most notable exceptions is the
new exhibit of Boggs & Buhl, and their
exhibit is so novel, and causes so much en
thusiasm and interest among the people that
a brief description is given for those who
expect to attend the Exposition. It is en
tirely motionless, being a wax figure of a
lady, but so lifelike, and so gorgeously cos
tumed and posed, even in its inanimate
state, sucn a lascinating mien and expres-
amu as.ui uuuiiijuuu attention ana win ad
miration. The magnificent costume, in it
self a great novelty, is lovely. It is an
example of extraordinary draping, the
goods being uncut, and needle and thread
being entirely excluded.
In addition to this beautiful figure
Boggs & Buhl display a line of rich and
elegant goods of all kinds that represent, as
well as a limited display can, the extraor
dinary stock of beautiiul stuffs on exhibi
tion at their Federal street stores. To this
grand and complete exhibition (at the
stores) they cordially invite everybody
whether to purchase or not They promise
such inducements to buyers as should inter
est all to investigate.
Thursday night will also be given' "tip to
music oy cnorus ana Dana;-, xtiis time,
Kellers has taken extra care to select music;
most appropriate to German Day, and' the
songs are to be rendered -by the famous
Pittsburg Mannerchors, the Robert Blum
and the Cecilia.
Following is the programme for the even
ing, two of the songs to be accompanied by
the Great "Western:
L Sicgesgesang (Snng of Victory) F.Ab't
2. AmAltareder Wahrheit fAt tho Altar nf '.
Truth) H. Mohr.
S. Nunleb Wohl (Farewell) Volkslied.
Friday-and Saturday will be devoted to
the floral exhibition. Special pains are be
ing taken with the wedding decorations.
Echols, OIcDIarrny Si Co., Pianos and Organs.
A careful examination of this exhibit in
north gallery only intensifies the belief in the
value of -the pianos and organs shown in such
admirable variety. In pianos there are Haines
Bros', and Ahlstrom's, both of New York; Jew
ctt's, of Boston; Bnsb and Gertz, of Chicago,
bringing up with the Mason t Hamlin's. Then
for organs there are the Keystone, Tabor, Wa
terloo, and again Mason & Hamlin's. Con
sider, then, the variety of fine selected woods
used in tbe very handsome cases: English
burl, walnut, mahogany light, mahogany
dark, rosewood, ebony, oak, butternut,
domestic and foreign walnut. Certainly with
all these makes of pianos and organs from
which to make a choice, and tbe opnortunity
to find a case suitable to the colorings, or tbe
grade of furniture it is to accord with, the
chief difficulties in procuring a fine Instrument
are done away with, for Messrs. Echols & Mc
Murray have secured only pianos and organs of
rich tone 2nd fine action to place before their
patrons. The firm Is doing a brisk business at
their wareroom, 123 Sandusky street; Alle
gheny (Telephone bnilding), where von are
invited to call after taking in their eihibit at
Bartlett's Warm Air Furnaces and Wrought
Mechanical Hall Is now the center of attrac
tion, and no exhibit receives more earnest at
tention than the iteuis which bead this article.
Tho Bartlett system' has been in vogua since
1547, and to-day we find thsai improved to meet
scientific demands, so that tbey are the most
perfect apparatus ,of tbe kind on the market.
When you buy a' Bartlett furnace it is for a life
,tioie. Any repairs it may need are so
simple tbat any. ordinary help about
'the .house yean put . tbem in place. Both
the portables'" and .brick-set are displayed.
If anvthlnir can add to a m'an's" eniovment of a
'well-cooked dinner, it is. tho fact that there has
ueeu noioasm mei. .in jnis respect me uart-
Will Become of tbe Novel Action
Against the Animal?
I lett Is the hlghest'-expression of one of the chief
nome economies, j no J.
C. B. Grand Active
however, the great hall will, ring with the . (kitchen. Take alook into the cafe kitchen at
music oi me xainerianu. jrroi:. a. ! tno Dig
bh? Show and fiea thn RartTptf: ranepq.
Jbroiler, etc at work: Mr. J. C. Bartlett, 203
'wooa street, as city .agent lor Dettaven's
stoves, ranges and repairs. An exhibit of these
is to be found in main building.
The Connty Wan a Victor.
Attorney A Weidman yesterday presented a
petition to Judge Ewlng asking for a man
damus on the Controller and County Commis
sioners. The petition was in behilf of Alder
man Porter and Constables Packer, Sheppard
and Reilly. It was stated that there are costs
due them from the county which are legal, and
have been duly taxed, yet payment of them is
refused. The costs referred to were in cases
ignored by the grand jury and the costs placed
on the prosecutors. It was shown that the
prosecutors had never paid the costs, and Jndce
Ewing decided that the Alderman and his
"Dfficers would have to wait until they did. He
then refused the mandamus.
Hearing nn Appeal.
The appeal of Alderman Brinker from the
decision of Alderman McNulty, fining him $23
and costs for engaging in worldly employment
on Sunday for taking an information against
John A Martin on that dav, was heard yester
day by Jndge White. Alderman Brinker was
represented Dy Attorney Yost, and Attorney
Blakely appeared for the prosecution. His
Honor heard the statements in the case and
said that he would reserve his decision.
Attractive nmall House To Let
At 2To. 4 Grant ave., near Rebecca st. Al
legheny. It has six rooms, bathroom
finished attic, natural gas and light gas'
marble mantels, etc. It is the brightest
and cleanest locality in tbe city, and for a
small family just the thing. Two lines of
street cars passwunin a lew :eet of it, and
a walk of 15 minutes brings one to the Pitts
burg postoffice. The view on alludes is
delightful. Inquire at Klebers' Music
Store, 506 Wood st.
Twelve years' study has enabled us to
produce the most comfortable reclining
chairs iu the market. They can be instantly
adjusted lor reclining chair, invalid's chair
easy lounge or bed. They are very hand!
some, strong and last for years. See them
while on the wav to the Exposition.
Steveus Chaib Co., 3 Sixth street.
The Refinery Will be Bolll.
The case of John W. Wadsworth against
Miller 4 Sons, to prevent them from rebuildin
their oil refinery in the Sixth ward, Allegheny
was decided by the Court yesterday in favor of
Miller t bons. A decree was made stating that
after considering the evidence submitted the
motion for an injunction was refused.
aionday'a Trial I,it.
.Criminal Court-Commonwealth vs Charles
McClure. James"Way, Harry M. Kelly, C. L.
Beck. John Adams, C. Valk et at, 3; John
Simpson. "W. B. Sbaner et al, 2; Paul Weisen
berger. J. Schubert, Alois Bruno et al, Moses
Finoerg, Thomas .foster, Pasquilo Ventnieto.
Elmer Pillow. J. J. O'Brien, Joseph Christice
wir, 2; Sarah Fink; Israel Davis, Thomas Allen
Mary Kamp. Joseph Gilbert. Mike Wild. Pat
rick Manion, Bert Terney, Thomas Powers et
al. Dennis Davis, Thomas Aldridge. Luke Gor
don. Kate Schinimili, Kate McAuley, Mary
V1CK, JOUU Junrt,.. .
Reese vs Clark; .Levy vs Browarsky; Codville
t Wamplerichey vs Smith et ux; Wyllle 4
Son vs Murphy V-S Mellon vs Mundorf et al:
Connell, ex. vs Baker; Rath vs Pire; borough of
"West Bellevue vs McCulIougb: Oil Well Sup-
jhr Company vs Kelly 4 Jones Company;
JiHuckenstein fc Co. vs O'Hanlon et ux.
jr Common Pleas So. 2 Brownlee vs Butler,
lessee; Langenhelm 4 Sheppard vs Iron Work
ers and Mechanics' B. & It Association: Ross vs
Walker; Ron, by his next friend, vs Walker.
Highest prices paid for ladies' or
gents' cast-off clothing at De Haan's Big
6, "Wylie ave. Call or send by mail, -wsu
The steamer Mayflower will run to Mc
Kee's Bocks and Shingiss Park, Septem
ber 29, 1889. Boat leaves foot of Wood
street every hour. Everybody come.
Tbe New Dance Le Bronco.
Music of this dance canbehadatThuma's
Dancing Academy, G4 Fourth ave.. sole
agents and authorized teachers of Le Bronco.
Kntnrnl Gas Bills Reduced 75 Per Cent.
O'Keefe Gas AppliasceCo.,34 Fifth ar.
The choicest selection of overcoatings,
suitings and trouserings at Pitcairn's, 431
RE1KECKE & CO.,
Sanitary Plnmbers, Gns Fixtures, Pnmps.
Etc. No. 309 Wood Street, Pittsbnrg.
This firm show modern ideas in their gallery
exhibit. The luxurious brass bath tub is a type
of this idea. They are very progressive in all
their methods and take pains to stndy science
in its application to their business. In heating
they have learned that the hot water system
brings about the best result, and that "The
Gurney Hot Water Heater" Is tbe best expon
ent of this idea. A vervhandsome snnrimpn nf
this kind is on view and its advantages make
a prominent subject in their talks with visitors.
As a conserver of health they tell us that the
Gumey is supreme. Its freedom from noxious
or poisonons gases, evenness of temperature
throughout a building, whether the tempera
ture outside is verv cold or moderate, rrnripm
it conducive to health. The air, being heated
very slowly and steadily, is soft, not too dry.
and exceedingly beneficial to those who suffer
from chest or lung troubles, and it is well
known that in houses where tbe fierce heat of
hot air furnaces or steam is used, house plants
will not thrive, but in cases where hot water
is introduced the same variety of plants are
PUMP BISPIAT, MECHASICAIj 1UL,
No such useful array of pumps is found at
the bie tank as is shown by Reinecke 4 Co.
The Keystone, in many varieties, occupy a big
space. For ease of operation, simplicity of
construction and durability tho Keystone caiv
not be excelled. In pumps, no firm, can offer
more advantages or ueiter terms tuan ttemecke
JOHN DIRILING'S RESTAURANT,
Nos. 409 nnd 411 Market Street.
The crowds which patronize this popular
establishment are often inconvenienced by
waiting for seats at tables, although the main
hall will accommodate over three hundred at
dinner at one time.
In order to meet tbe enormous demand for
these excellent meals, and relieve the pressure
on the main floor, a new and elegant saloon has
been opened on the floor above, reached by an
easily graded staircase, where two hundred
people may be seated and comfortably
waited upon. This latest addition gives
Mr. Dimling one of the handsomest rooms
ever opened in Pittsburg. It has been fitted up
with every convenience and. supplied with all
the modern requirements and accessories requi
site for catering to the public with
celerity and satisfaction. Mr. Dimling
has spared neither pains nor expense
to make this new hall complete and
eleeant in every respect. He will always con
duct his house in conformity to the public de
mands, and the enormous increase of patron
age he is gaining exemplifies in an emphatic
manner the confidence ot the people in his
ability to serve and gratify their tastes.
Agrand openingof the new department will
take place on Grand Army Dav. Tnesd.iv. Oc
tober 1, and a cordial invitation is extended to
visitors at the Exposition to be present on that
The Hamilton Hotel,
Located very conveniently on Penn avenue
near Sixth street, has made wonderful ad
vances in public favor of late. Its present pro
prietors know" exactly bow to provide for the
comfort of their guests, and to make friends of
all. The menu is excellent, the accommoda
tions first-class and the charges moderate.
Only the choicest liquors are sold in the bar
F. Schoenllial Kid Gloves.
At 612 Penn avenne ladies visiting the Expo
sition will find a very complete stock of kid
gloves of all kinds at moderate prices. This
bouse makes a specialty of trying on gloves for
their patrons, so they can fully be suited be
fore purchasing. Corsets of all kinds are fitted
to the form, and their selections of neckwear
An Enjoyable Feature of the Exposition.
No pne questions the popularity of Baker's
delicioussugar-coated popcorn. Anyone doubt
ing the fascination of its influence would be.
convinced of the hold it has obtained tmon tho
thousands who visit the Exposition, by calcu
lating tbe amount which is consumed by young
and old dally.
Refresh tbe Inner Man.
The cafe continues to be well patronized, and
the excellent meals served by tbe neatly at
tired and very attentive waitresses, draw,many
a visitor from the city and country to enjoy the
hospitality of Host Kroger.
SUDDEN ENDING OF THE HILL TEEE0E
That cow is dead: the Duquesn'e Heights
cow. It died yesterday morning, and there
is a probability of trouble over its death.
It will be remembered that Agent O'Brien,
of the Humane Society, on Wednesday last
began proceedings to abate the nuisance in
the shape of the cow. The nuisance has
now abated itself, and Mr. O'Brien is un
certain where his suit stands.
James Florence, the owner of the cow now
deceased, claims the animal died as the re
sult of a severe beating given it He even
intimates that the beating was donated to
the cow by a member of Mr. O'Brien's fam
ily. A few days ago the cow became a
mother, but the unfortunate calf did not
live to follow in its mother's devious foot
steps. In fact, the calf was born dead.
There will now be a double funeral in lhat
bovine family, and Mr. Florence is discon
solate. Yesterday he called upon Mr. C.' C.
Dickey, the attorney, and laid the case be
fore him. It is said by Mr. Florence that
he will to-morrow bring a suit .against
somebody, and that somebody, he hints, is a
member of Mr. O'Brien's family. Tester
day a veterinary surgeon from the Duquesne
livery stable held a post mortem examina
tion of the cow.
J THE STnsOEON'3 OPINION,
ave his opinion that the cow's death
naa resulted from an injury to her spine.
the reshlt of a severe blow. He was unwill-
say whether the blow had been
by a rolling pin, a broomstick, a
rail or a severe fright. In fact, a
lopical examination ot the hair on the
ack did not indicate the nature of the
wcapoaaior the sex of the assailant
WhT Agent O'Brien learned that Mr.
Fieretfce threatened to sue, he assured the
reporter that he knew nothing to prevent
such an act bv his neighbor. He nositivelv
that any member of bis family
the cow when it invaded his cellar.
fe simply stood at the top of the in-
liar steps, shook her apron and cried.
The cow did not seem to be at all
, but continued to eat bread and saw
Some of the neighbors closed the
cellar door and locked the cow in.
'Brien was thereupon craatlv dis-
by hearing the cow walk around over
jars, crocks of apple butter and to
ins. When the cow started to asi-end
the iiside cellar steps to see if there was
more Iread, or possibly pies, in the kitchen,
the mitter grew too serious. The outer door
tras otfened and the cow strolled out. Mr.
O'Bnln says that Mr. Florence paid S2 to
cover damage to his cellar.
OT USED TO HIGH MVING.
ThelHnmane acent is nf thn nnininn that
the cop was foundered. It was not used to
such High living as it had that day in his
cellar! Some ot his neighbors have sug
gested to him that he should have had the
breadl buttered. Mr. O'Brien says that
thereiras a crock of butter in the cellar,
but tire cow probably feared that it was
oleomargarine, and would have nothing to
do wih it At any rate, the cow is dead.
Mn" O'Brien has discovered another vic
tim a the cow. Mrs. Porter, of Lawrence
ville went over to Duquesne Heights some
time ago to visit her daughter. While
plooling along one of the mud sloughs,
whip the Duquesne Heighten call streets,
she met her cowship face to face. The lady
was assaulted vi et hornis, and narrowly
esoaped with her life. Mr. O'Brien says
thit Mr. Florence keeps half a dozen cows,
aid allows all of them to run at large.
A NEW IDEA!
WILL COMMENCE PUBLISHING A
" ' SERIES OF f
MOST FAMOUS LIMG ADlORS.
THE FIRST IN THIS
A Novel of Egyptian-Israelitish Life;
and is from the pen of
An Important Exhibit.
Fate A Freese,' of Plymouth. O., have
operation at the Pittsburg Exposition one I
their celebrated "Ohio Brick and Tile It
chines," and cordially invite those interested t
see this machine worK.
FOR NERVOUS DEBILITY
Use Uorsfoni's Acid Phosphate.
Dr. A M. Bilby, Mitchell, Dak., says: "I have
used it in a number of cases of nervous debil
ity, with very good results.!'
Natural Gns Bills Reduced 75 Per Cent.
O'Keefe Gas Appliance Co.,34 Fifth av.
Don't oliss This.
Hot waffles on the portico of the cafe.
most delicious delicacy for Scents. These aip
maae irom Marvin s self-raising pancake
Special Exposition Note.
The ice cream served at the Cafe is supplied
uj Mr. urcurcu Jr. Ajufauur, me proprietor OI lul
uyciorama uale, Allegheny.
Nntornl Gas Bills Reduced 75 Per Cent.
O'Kxefe Gas Appliance Cri.:34 Fifth av.
Black cros grain silk, C5c, 76c, 85c and
$1 a yard; the best values ever offered.
TTSSU HUGUS & HACKE.
Hopper Bros. & Co., 307 Wood Street.
It is almost impossible to get close enough to
this favorite exhibit In North Gallery to see
the beautiful Uasyantl pottery, which has been
added to this display. The vases, pitchers and
general bric-a-brac in this handsome ex
hibit makes every one desirous of
a nearer view; but as. usual, the
crowd gathers, and only an aggra
vating glimpse can be obtained; the few who
get the chance enjoy it immensely. Visitors
notice something unusual about tbe great bowl
of flowers on the dining table: well they
may, for it is composed of nothing
else than hand-carved vegetables. Tho
delineation of each flower is perfect A white
lily is formed ot a turnip with a carrot inserted
in the center; while beets, peppers, beans, red
and white radishes, cranberries for buds, are
all turned into roses, and all other fine flowers
This floral curio has been furnished by Mr. B
A Elliott, florist. Tbe villa is to have some
very marked changes in a few days, that will
create pieasuraDie excitement; lor it is a fore
gone conclusion that everything attempted by
this firm will assuredly elve satisfaction; for
what they do, is always in such perfect taste,
and so thoroughly carried out, that entire satis
faction is the inevitable result.
Everett Piano Clnb
Certificate No. 15, held by Miss Ella Col
lms, 148 Thirty-ninth street, Pittsburg, wil
receive an elegant cabinet trrand nprirh
piano this week on payments of SI Der week!
We are now delivering one piano' each weelt
to our members on SI weekly payments
j-ois ciud, or co-operative system, enable
us to save our members o- in the price
the piano, as we have enongh members to
make up the price of the piano in cash eacl
week. It also gives us a guaranteed sale for
350 pianos, and by contracting for the large
number we get immense discounts from the
prices paid by other dealers who buy in
small quantities. The plan also provides
ior the immediate delivery of pianos to pur
chasers for cash or on the regular installment
plan of $25 cash and S10 monthly. Our
membership is almost complete. If you
want one of the finest pianos made, at the
lowest possible price and easiest payments
ever offered, call and'see us or send for cir
cular at once. Alex. Boss, Manager,
137 Federal street, Allegheny.
The Celebrated C. P. Corset.
Our importation of long-waisted C. P. a
la Sirene corsets in all colors,heavily boned,
with a five-hook steel at SI 75 per pair.
.This style of the renowned C. P. corset is
sold exclusively by us, and each, pair is
stamped at the back with our name.
BoSENBAirai & Co.
SHE HAD CONSUMPTION I
BO THE DOCTORS BAID.
"1 had a short, hacking cough, tightness in
the chest, short breath, and I felt tired all the
time. As I grew weaker I suffered with
those terrible night sweats. My father took me
to 20 physicians who said 1 could not be cured.
I doctored with many physicians, but got
no better. After 14 years of suffering I began
treatment with the physicians of the Catarrh
and Dyspepsia Institute, 323 Penn avenue, to
whom I owe my recovery. My cough is gone.
I have no dizziness, ringing in tbe ears, head
ache or night sweats any more. The pain and
soreness in my stomach have lett me. My food
digests well, so that now no gas forms in my
stomach. My throat used to be so sore I could
hardly swallow. That is cured. I feel well
and Btrong. and why should I not praise these
doctors for thus saving me from such an un
timely deathf MISS LYDIA MORGAN. Kear
sarge st, near Virginia, on Mt Washington.
le A tVEHTX ' ' -iP
GLIDES SWIFTLY OVER THE SEA
POPULAR : PATRON AGS
While the sea of commercial life is strewn with the wrecks
who, underestimating popular intelligence, thought to
haven of success by delusive advertising.,
The sea of public patronage is a florid one for those who know.
io xaice tne current wnen it serves, wnile it is a mighty rough '
tnose wno set our on it eitner in a poor craft or try to sail
THE MAN WHO AIMS ATTHESUl
While he will not hit it, is sure to fire higher than one who aims at. mh
thing beneath it Many years ago when the elderly sea oi to-day
were in early manhood, when happy parents of to-day weic -children
we laid the foundation of our present eBoraaotip
business and we sfarted in with a high aim. We aimed " ,
at nothing less than to be the leading clothiers of' '
this city, and we have, as you all know, suc
ceeded To-day, therefore, we stand pre
eminent in our line of business, this
too in the face of severe compe
::: tition. ::: - ,
Nntornl Gas Bills Itciincrd 73 'Per Cent.
O'Keefe Gas Appliance Co.,34 Filth av.
Ghand millinery opening "Wednesday
and Thursday at Eosenbaum & Co's.
vA-Bixi .1. puvws, ci per aoz.
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st.
Charles Reizensteln's Exhibit.
Among the many beautiful exhibits to be
seen is tbe handsome and artistic one of Mr.
(Charles Reizenstein. It Is sttuated-in the main
aisle, near tbe entrance. This display is con
sidered by many by far the finest in the build
ing. There may be seen all, or rather a sam
ple nf ail, the goods from all the famed pot
teries of Europe. Mr, Reizensteln's son went
to Europe to select bis stock, and the character
of the Bame is far ahead of those cojds usually
seen in tbe ordinary china store. To enumerate
would simply require all of this paper's space.
In cut goods there may be seen thn n
choicest gems from the best American fac
tories. Every requisite for a dining table or
drawing room is shown. Mr. Relzensteln as
sures all that every piece of coods Is fmm hi.
stock. He says that be does not believe in bor
rowed plumes, and that his exhibit only gives
a faint idea or his elegant stock at his stores
152, 154 and 1G6 Federal street, Alleebenv
Telephone 3S30. " '
. Tiurlor & Dean's Fire Escapes.
The practical value of this important feature
of the Taylor & Dean exhibit was fuUy demon
strated at the Westinghouse fire on Friday
evening; by its most efficient aid thousands of
Have taken a great liking to our children's
department, and Saturday it was thronged
all day with mothers purchasing for their
bovs one of our famous $3 boys' suits; sizes
to It P. C. O. C,
Opp. new Court House.
See These Prices.
All silk picot edge moire" ribbon No. 2
45c per holt; Ho. 4. 65c; No. 5, 85c; No. 9,
$1 20; 25 per cent less than same goods are
offered elsewhere, so customers tell us.
128 Federal street, Allegheny, Pa.
Natural Gns Bills Reduced 75 Per Cent.
O'Keefe Gas Appliance Co.,34 Fifth av.
Some lovely goods, -nicely matched, per
fect, bright, snappy, white and blue white,
really grand stones; over 40 pairs just
mounted by E. P. -Roberts & Sons, corner
Fifth ave. and Marker st.
Mrs. Dr. Crosslev, ladles' consulting physician
at the Catarrh and Dyspepsia Institute, 323
Penn ave. They cure Catarrh, Dyspepsia and
Diseases of Women. Consultation free to alL
Office hours, 10 a.m. to 4 p. M., and 6 to 8 P.
il. Sundays, 12 to 4 P. M. sel3-MWF
CHANGE IN MAKE-UP.
Natural Gas Bills Rednced 75 Per Cent.
O'Keefe Gas Appliance Co.,34 Fifthar.
Handsome figured gauze de chambry in
black and beautiful light colorings, particu
larly for evening wear.
TTSSu Htjoxts & Hacke.
Natural Gas Bllfs Rednced 75 Per Cent.
O 'Keefe Gas Appliance Co., 34 Fifth av.
Geand millinery onenin? Wn..v ... mllas .11111
I andThnrsdavat Rosenbnnm : r ' tflllnri nn thn Civ4h Dunn II r tt-vt tt a -- 1-. t M sW sV m . mM UUU
1 - w n I --- Ull UID UIAUI I ClUC. JT. K' IU K MHIt .HK Tm " " - s"
That heretofore appeared on
this page of THE DISPATCH
will be found on the Eleventh
Page, in the Second Part of
The Wants, For Sales, To
Lets, Business Chances, Auc
tion Sales, etc., are placed
f under their usual headings on
the Eleventh Page. Adver
tisements handed in too late
for Classification will be
found on the Sixth Page.
The Famous Egyptologist, Author
ot "Uarda," "An Egyptian
Princess," "Serapis," etc
Prof. Ebers is not only one of the most
noted German novelists, but he ranks among
the foremost novelists of the world. He is
widely and eagerly read. His novels of
Egyptian life, "Uarda," "An Egyptian
Princess," etc., rank him as one of the most
successful historical novelists.
Frof. Ebers is equally renowned as an
Orientalist and Egyptologist. He has writ
ten several volumes on Egyptian arch jeology
and is author of a splendid work, "Egypt:
Descriptive, Historical and Picturesque."
Further, he has made special studies of
the journey of the Israelites from Egypt to
Palestine. He wrote "Through Goschen to
Sinai" and "Palestine: Descriptive, Histor
ical and Picturesque." He has twice trav
eled pver the route of the 40 years wander
ings in tbe wilderness.
He has spent the last six months on this
His distinguished rank as an Egyptolo
gist, as a novelist, and his special investiga
tions in regard to the Ezodus, render his
selection fo'r this series of novels extremely
The snbject'has thoroughly absorbed him.
The sceue of crossing the Red Sea he regards
as the strongest piece of work he has ever
done. He has aimed at large movement, the.
big sweeps of vast bodies of men, and has
produced a novel on a large and graphic
The story opens in the time of a plague,
and the first chapters are picturesque and
dramaiAifn.Pharoah is introduced in one of
For the Very Finest Clothiil
EQUAL INVERY RESPECT TO CUST01-WORX,
YOTJ MTJST SEEii
OUR MAGNIFICENT AND ELEGANT
EVERYTHING that you can expect to find in a first-class '.
EYERYTHING is to be found here. The best in every line tkat'i.
can be offered for the price, is what we give every buyer. It is what we
aemano. as Duyers; it is wnat we oner ana engage to give as sellers,
WHen some one can produce something better than the best, or .some-
tnmg in quality that is higher than the highest, or in orice ti
lower than the lowest then we will be content to take a back seat. Jrwt
as nothing can be more than the most, or bigger than the biggest w
expect to wear our honors as chiefs o-bargain givers as long as we'd
The other novels in this remark
able series to be published in THE
SUNDAY DISPATCH are:
A Koyel of tlie Tima of Cfirist,
By ELIZABETH STUART PHELPS,
Authoress of "The Gates Ajar,"
REV. HERBERT D. WARD,
FOR FIT, FINISH AND FASHION
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MEN'S, BOYS' and CHILDREN'S SUITS,
MENS, BOYS' and-OHTIiDRENS PANT&
Beat the World, and we Lead the Land in Liw Pricet- 't
All the latest and most modern styles are included in our mammoth '
stock and we show the very newest patterns of the season in all oar
goods. We recognize no competition with other ready-made Clothiagv
houses, knowing as we do that we alone of all the clothing raerchaatsff
of this city offer Ready-made Clothing fit to compare with ' Merchant!
Tailor goods. Our patrons pay only for the goods they actually getjkl
mc uiuuEy mcy ajicuu uucs uoi, as is oi necessity we case with mer- -j
chant tailors, help to pay for clothing worn by fashionable people who '&
have the bad habit of neglecting to pay their tailor bills. If you desire
to get the BEST Clothing in every way and yet pay but from onf-tfiird-
to one-half you'd pay your tailor, "Shake" your tailor and come aid ''J
see us. wj& LrUAiuUNXriis xu -F-USASE YOTJ IN EVERYWAY. '',
WE HAVE SAID SO MUCH ABOUT CIOTHMG
"That very little space is left us wherein to speak of our
GRAND and EXTENSIVE STOCKS
Hats and Caps, Furnishing
Goods and Footwear. ,
W nffpr trip hper trinf mnnoir fin V T u..i,
.. . ., ,u uujr. j.l wc couian t oner yoas
more for your money than any other concern in the country, we wouldVtf
waste time in inviting you to come and see us. You know what we have!
aone in me past, so now lei us leu you tnat we have goods plain enouelr
and rich enough to suit the tastes and wants of every buyer in Kttsbaret
TUESDAY NEXT BEING G. A. R. DAY
c cuiui4iijf uivnc an incmDers oi Lr. a. K., as well as visitors to thss
city, to make our store their headquarters. We shall keep open house?
for all and none should miss calling on us. Come iitand rest yourselves
give us your packages, wraps, bundles, eta, while you go out and enioy'
J""""'"' r. "v " """ su" tare 01 mem. Again we say: (Jome 1
see us. You'll be welcome.
A large and elegant Dinner Bucket given away free this week Witkl
evjrry purchase to the amount of fe or upward in our Men's Clothuw'
to 400 Market street