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THE PITTSBURG' DISPATCH, FRIDAY, MARCH
Some New Physicians Received Their
Papers Yesterday from the
PENNSYLVANIA MEDICAL COLLEGE
A Banquet at the Seventh Avenue Hotel
THE TOASTS AND RESPONSES TO THEM
The Opera House was as much crowded
resterdar afternoon, on the occasion of the
third annual commencement exercises of the
"Western Pennsylvania Medical College, as
if Booth and Barrett had been on the stage
to give a free representation of "Othello"
to the people of Pittshurj.
.The programme was opened soon after 2
o'clock with a well rendered overture by the
Kev. "W. P. Shromm made the opening
prayer. Prof. James IcCann, President of
the faculty, was thereupon announced by
Prof. J. B. Murdoch to make a few intro
ductory remarks. The gentleman called the
attention of the graduates to the importance of
thcoccasionIn some well well chosen remarks,
which were greatly appreciated by the
Prof. J. Q. Dunn, in his valedictory address to
the graduates, gave the young men some
wholesome apd valuable advice. He told them
that the play days of their youth were over and
that from henceforth the grave realities of life
would constantly be before them, principally
suggesting the question, What sha.l I eat 7
what shall I drink, and
"WTIH WHAT SILAXti I BE CLOTHED?
As the sure road to success, he enjoined the
young men to be diligent and no one could de
fraud them of success. He asked them to
throw their wholo heart and mind into the
work, or else leave it altogether and start in
some other business. Physicians must ever be
watchful and learn, because new things are
constantly coming up, and older methods in
medicine and surgery are constantly
improved. Bnt in these it should be
necessary to examine and test before indorsing
everything as it is given. He warned them not to
pander to the fashion in medicine of accepting
anv theory because it happened to come from
a physician of renown and popularity. Young
doctors, he also argued, should be carcfulnot to
follow the advertisements of knowledge of a
certain clique among the practitioners who are
alway anxious to rush into print on the small
est occasion. Hetoldtbem to be careful and
think long and ponder long over what they had
to write before they gave it to the public
Toward the close he spoke of the spirit of
charity, and stated that it was a mistaken idea
to suppose that a doctor should have to go to
anvone and evervone, whether he would get
paid or not. He said they ought to act accord
ing to the words of the Scripture: "Do unto
everybody as you would like to be done by,"
and as everyone
EXPECTS A DOCTOR TO TAT
his bills, the physician in his turn had every
right to expect other people to do the same to
him. Bills should be paid promptly, whether
doctor's, or any other kinds of bills, and the
physician ought to see that his patients did not
have too large an account.
After Prof. W. J. Asdale had called the roll
of the graduates. Prof. C. B. King conferred
the diplomas upon the class and Dr. S. M.
Crosly made the valedictory address for the
graduates in a grand elocutionary style. Prof.
W. Smvely presented the prizes. He accompa
nied this act with a very pleasant manner.
Prof. J. M. Duff responded to the presentation
speech in the name or the winners, and Rev.
w. J. Holland pronounced the benediction,
which closed the afternoon's exercises.
The banquet, which is always the most en
joyable feature of the commencement, was
given in the large dining hall of the Seventh
Avenue Hotel. Plates were set for 100 people,
and the menu was gotten up in hst Willson's
best style. It embraced everything in market,
and the style of cooking would tickle the
palate of an epicure.
AT THE FESTIVE BOARD.
The dining room was profusely decorated
with potted plants and ferns. From every lit
tle nook and corner there peeked out choice
cut flowers, loading the air with their delicious
fragrance. For over two hoars the. company
discussed the choice viands, and the. speech
making was then begun.
At the center of one of the large tables sat
Dr. J. B. Murdock, the toast master. The first
toast, "The Medical Profession," was re
sponded to bv Dr. T. D. Davis in a few well
selected words. Dr. Charles Shaw kept the
company in a merry humor bvhis response to
the toast "The Medical Press."
Judge Slagle spoke of "Our Hospitals" and
Dr. J. D. Thomas did the honors for the "West
ern Pennsylvania Medical College" "Our
Alumni" was eulogized by Dr. C w. Coulter,
and "The Class of '89 will ever remember Dr.
J. A. Logan. Rev. Dr. Holland, who seems to
be indispensable at these gatherings, responded
to the toast "Our Brethren of the Clerical
Profession," and did it in a charming manner.
The Alumni Association held its annual
meeting yesterday morning in the college
building. The election of officers resulted as
follows: President. Dr. C. W. Cohlter, of Oil
City, Pa.; Secretary. Dr. C, W. Biswick. Manor,
Pa.; Treasurer, John L. Wessels, Allegheny.
An address was made by Dr. R. B. Ferree, and
a paper on medical egotism was read by Dr.
He Has to Give In.
The sneering cynics grimly sup
The lees of stale regrets;
For anv hope thatfaith sets up
Their unbelief upsets.
But they can't upset facts. Here are the
names of a few of those who have been cured
of catarrh by Drs. Starkey iPalen's Compound
Oxygen Treatment: Hon. H. S. Griffith. Alma,
Neb.: Hon. William Kelley, Philadelphia, Pa.;
W. D. Parker, President of State Normal
School. River Falls, Wis.; Rev. J. B. Whaling,
Lead City, Dak.; Weslev Miller, Shell Creek,
Carter Co-Tenn.; W. W. Dowling, Toleston,
Lake Co., Md.; M. Randolph, Custards, Fa.: R.
U. Foster, Greenville, a C.; R. W.Wheeler,
Jasper, X. Y.: Geo. C. Rhoderick, Jr.. Middle
town, Md.-; Mrs. E. M. Millard, Middleton,
MdL, and thousands of others in ail parts of the
A brochure of 200 pages containing the his
tory of the Compound Oxygen Treatment in
cases of consumption, bronchitis, asthma, ca
tarrh, dyspepsia, nervous prostration, rheuma
tism, neuralgia, and all complaints of a chronic
nature, will be forwarded free of charge to
anyone addressing Drs. Stabket fc Pale',
No. 1529 Arch street, Philadelphia.??
Down Goes the Price of Flour, Canned
Goods, Sonps. Etc
1 bbl Fancy St. Louis Flour ?6 75
1 sack Fancy St Louis 1 65
1 bbl White Swan (best family) 6 25
1 sack "White Swan (best family) 1 50
1 bbl Genuine Amber 6 00
1 sack Genuine Amber 1 45
1 bbl Good Amber...1 .' 5 50
1 sack Good Amber 1 35
20 cans Choice Blackberries (for pies).. 1 00
14 cans Choice Cherries (for pies) 1 00
16 cans Choice Sugar Corn.... 1 00
15 cans Choice Peas. 1 00
14 cans String Beans. 1 00
14 cans Standard Tomatoes. 1 CO
40 bars good scrubbing soap 1 00
32 bars 3-year-old soap (equal to Dob
bins) 1 00
30 bars White Elephant soap (floats).. 1 00
26 bars Proctor & Gamble's Lenox soap 1 00
25 bars Proctor & Gamble's Ivory soap 1 00
20 bars Proctor & Gamble's German
mottled 1 00
26 bars Schultz & Co.'s Star soap 1 00
30 packages Washing Powder. 1 00
20 boxes Concentrated Lye l 00
50 good Scrubbing Brushes 1 00
30JbsJargelump starch l 00
20 lbs Evaporated Peaches l 00
24 lbs Turkey Prunes 1 00
18 lbs Evaporated Apples 1 00
G lbs Evaporated Apricots 1 oo
If you don't want the dollar's worth take
Goods delivered free to all Darts of both
cities. Tothoselivingoutothecity will pre
pay freight on all orders of $10, $15, $20 and
upward. Send for catalogue. Opposite
Gusky. M. B- Thompson,
fsu 301 Market st.
DECORATE YOUR PARLORS.
S3 00. Only 2 Morn Days. S3 00.
A life size crayon for $5 00, worth $25 00,
at "Elite Gallery," ClGMatket street, Pitts
burg, for two more days only.
Shawls, Shawls, fchnwla.
One hundred shawls slightly soiled to be
closed at less than one-third original prices,
srwrsu Huors & Hacke.
Fine watch repairing, lowest prices, at
Hauch's, ifo. 295 Fifth ave. wrsu
TROUBLE WITH MEXICO.
A Linguist Gets All Tangled TJp In Some
Spanish Legal Paper.
Close relations -with Mexico will probably
give an impetus to the study of the Spanish
language ere long, judging from the trouble
ot transactinjrbusiness,anJ especially as the
present generation of Mexicans is not likely to
learn English to any considerable extent, the
latter being difficult to acquire, while the
former is comparatively easy for one who has
.had an average training in Latin.
Last September Charles McKee sent for J. D.
WatKnn tnt.lr.t1ia aclrnnwlftrifrment Of SOUie
Incorporators who wanted to make applica
! tion for a charter for the Recompense Gold and
Silver Mining Company, in nuranzo. "
everything had been gotten into shape, w. a.
Stevenson. Ksq., was employed to translate the
document into Spanish so that it might be in
telligible to the Mexican authorities.
The matter was alnfost forgotten, except by
those who had their money embarked, when a
few days since the Mexican grant of power
was received, and the incorporators were in a
box again, for it was in Spanish, and that they
could neither "sprecben" nor understand.
There were 27 pages of closely-wntten foolscap
and Mr. Stevenson's services were again re
quired. By the time he had made the second
translation he had the provisions of the charter
memorized, while he was paralyzed.
Those Spanish lawyers seem to be some rela
tion to the ancient breed of conveyancers in
England, who got pay by the word for their
worK and. In consequence, coined such verbi
age as "all the right, title,interest, and claim
of. in and to the aloresaid premises," etc. for
most of our charters can be compressed nowa
days into mnch less space than 27 pages of
closely written foolscap. f
Use Ilorsfbrd's Acid Phosphate.
Dr. E. G. Davies. DeSmet, Dak, says: "I
have used it in slow convalescence and preven
tion from malarial diseases,where the drinking
water was bad; I believe it to be beneficial in
preventing summer complaints; also one of the
best agents we have to rectify the bad effects
of the drinking water upon the kidneys and
An unrivaled assortment of new spring
and summer long and short wraps, many
exclusive novelties, lace circulars and
wraps, beaded and braided wraps, lace
trimmed silk and camels' hair wraps, and
a special line of light and dark colored
cloth wraps in plain and brocade fabrics,
the handsomest and most stylish garment
shown this season.
MWTSU HrjGtJS & HACKE.
E. P. Roberts & Sons Want Yon
To come and see the wonderful stock of
sterling silver they carry on hand. Some
really elegant goods trunks of spoons,
forks, and knives containing 24 to 120 pieces
berry dishes, tea sets, water pitchers, ice
cream sets and hundreds of iancy articles.
They do a large business in wedding gilts in
this" line, and their stores, corner of Fifth
ave. and Market st, are constantly filled
with such purchases. They engrave, pack,
ship or deliver all such goods on any day or
date free of charge. rsu
Just for Sntnrr'ny.
On Saturday we will sell men's $2 50
pants for $175" and $3 50 pants for $3; $22
spring overcoats for $18, and $6, $7, $8, $10
and $12 spring overcoats that can't be
equaled by any house in the city. Special
bargains in s'uits for man and boy at the
Hub, and every boy gets a fine ball and bat.
Yon find nothing b'ut the best at the Hub.
Clothing for men and boys at the Boston
Clothing House, 439 Smithfield street.
Cash paid for old gold and silver at
Hauch's, No. 295 Fifth ave. wfsu
E. T1. Roberta it Sons Want You
To feel at perfect liberty to come in their
stores at any time and examine their collec
tion of sterling silver in coffee spoons, oyster
forks, ladles, ice cream slicers, salad sets,
frnit spoons, bon-bon trays and tongs, and
an almost endless variety of novelties, rsn
American challis, an immense assort
ment, large and small designs, beautiful
colorings, at 5c, 8c and 20c a yard.
mwfsu Htgtjs & Hacke.
THE MEMBERS OF LAWRENCE COUN
CIL No. 6L
JR. O. U. A. M.,
Will mc;t at regular place of meeting, at
7 o'clock sharp, to make suitable arrangements
for the funeral of our late brother, Frederick
Greenwalt. By order
CHARLES ATKINSON, Councilor.
WILLIAM ST1RM, Secretary. inb29-61
Office of the Pittsburg Gas Co.
MARCH 26. 18S9.
STOCKHOLDER S' MEETING-THE
stockholders of the Pittsburg Gas Company
arc hereby notified that a general meeting of
the stockholders will be held at the office of
the company on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10,
1SS9, at 10 o'clock A. si., to take into considera
tion the making of a contract with the East
End Gas Company.
W.H. MCCLELLAND, Secretary.
Brownsville. Pa., March 9. 1&89.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
partnership heretofore existing between
thS undersigned, partners in the coal business
under the name and style of the Climax Coal
Company. In the Fourth Pool of the Mononga
hela river, in Fayette county, Fenna., was this
day dissolved by the purchase by Thomas Neel
of the entire interest of J. S. Neel In the same.
All debts of the said partnership will be paid
by Thomas Neel. who has authority to collect
ail outstanding indebtedness due and to be
come dne to the Climax Coal Company.
Thomas Neel and Sons will continue the coal
business at the same place. J. S.NEEL,
mhl3-92-WF THOMAS NEEL.
ESTATE OF HENRY ROBINSON, DECD
Letters of administration on the above
estate having been granted to the undersigned,
all persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make payment, and those having
claims to present the same, without delay, to
DAVID ROBINSON, Admint'r. West View.
Allegheny co. Pa., or his att'y, MARSHALL
BROVN, 157 Fourth ave., Pittsburg.
STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA COUNTY
of Allegheny, ss: In the Court ot Com
mon Pleas No. 1, No. 459 September Term,
18SS. Rose C. Schmidt, by her next friend. Sa
tins. C Hoeveler. vs Joseph Schmidt.
In divorce a vinculo matrimonii. And now,
to-wit, March 25. 18SS, on motion the Court ap
points W. S. Thomas, Esq.. commissioner to
take testimony in above case, and report the
same to court. From the record. Per curiam.
JsmT ( JOHN BRADLEY,
To Joseph Schmidt, respondent: You will
please take notice that the undersigned, having
been appointed commissioner to take Testimo
ny in the above case and report the same to
court, will attend to the duty of his appoint
ment at the office of John S. Lambie. No. 134
Fifth ave Pittsburg. Pa., on TUESDAY,
Aprils, at 2 o'clock P. M., when and where you
may attend If you see proper.
mh27-37 W. S. THOMAS. Commissioner.
OFFICE OF CITY CONTROLLER, I
Pittsburg. March 18, 1889. t
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT
this office until 3 P. M., March 30 next,
lor printing 100 copies of controller's annual
report, to be completed in three weeks' time,
and bond furnished in sum of $200. Specifica
tions furnished on application and right re
served to reject any bids.
E. S. MORROW.
rnh20-7I-D City Controller.
Crrr Treasurer's Office, i
Municipal Hall, Smithfield street. (
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ALL
owners (whether residents or non-residents
of the city of Pittsburg) of drays, carts,
wagons, carriages, buggies, eta, must pay their
license at this office forthwith. All licenses not
paid on or beforo first Monday in March, 1883,
will be placed in the hands of police officers for
collection, subject to a collection fee ot 50
cents, and all persons neglecting to pay on or
before first Monday in May, 1SS9. will bo sub
ject to a penalty double the amount of the
license, to be recovered before tne proper legal
authorities ot said city. The old metal plate of
last year must be returned at the time licenses
are taken out, or 25 cents additional will be
charged on the license. Rates of license: Each
one-horse vehicle, 6 00: each two-horse vehicle,
$10 00: each f onr-horse vehicle, 12 00: each four
horse hack, J15 00: omnibus and timber wheels
drawn bv two horses, $10 00. One extra dollar
will be charged for each additional horse used
in above specified vehicles.
J. F. DENN1STON.
fel4-70-D City Treasurer.
Continued on Fifth and Sixth I'ages,
XS'DUplay advertisement! one dollar jpwr
square for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, etc, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For tho accommodation, of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following plaoes,
where "Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with TttE DIS
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, Si Bntler street.
FJHIIi G. STUCKEY. S4th street and Tenn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY ACO., Wylle ave. and Fulton St.
N. STOKEL.Y. Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, 6K1 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTEK A SHEIBLER,Sth av. At wood St.
JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Carson street.
CHAS. SCHWAKM, 1707 Carson street.
A. f. KAERCHEH, M Federal street.
H. J.McBKIDE. Federal and Ohio streets.
FRED H. EGGERS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGERS SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS JlrHENRY. Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUCHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PERRY M. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
WANTED-A GOOD BRIGHT BOY TO WORK
In a Jewelry store." Address R. P., Dis
patch office. mh29-96
WANTED-ltELIABIB MEN ON SALARY
orcommlsslon;callafter4F. M. ROOM 604,
Hamilton building. mhS-49
WANTED-AT 0CE TWO GOOD COAT
makers: steady work. Apply to JOHN
LEGETHOFF, Braddock, Fa. mh29-7I
VTTANTED A FIRST-CLASS CUTTER MUST
YV hare good city reference. Apply at KAUF
MANNS', Fifth averand Smithfield St. mb29-42
"TTTANTED-STEADY BOY OF ABOUT 18
t V years, German preferred, to take care of
horse and cow. 5823 PENN AVE., E. E. mh29-95
WANTKD-SALESMEN-TO SELL A PAT
ENT ledger, advertising specialties, etc.,
to merchants. W. B. PERSHING, South Bend.
WANTED-SINGLE MAN, GOOD DRIVER,
take chance of cow, small greenhouse and
garden: relerence required. Address L., Dis
patch office. mh29-23
WANTED-TWO MEN TO SOLICIT ORDERS
lor teas, coffees and spices; family trade;
salary and commission. Apply to ASSAM. TEA
CO., 4505 Liberty ave. - mh29-17
-TTANTED-2 FIRST-CLASS CUSTOM COAT
TV MAKERS, and pantaloon and vest makers,
to go to Greensbnre; steady work. Apply to J.
KLEE& CO.. 611 Liberty St. mh29-S9
WANTED-5 MORE GOOD MEN FOR CITY
and surrounding towns: (IS 00 to $20 00 a
week sure to the right parties. Apply MR.
MORRIS. 93 Fourth ave, Pitts., Pa. mh29-97
-TTANTEU A GOOD TRIMMER WHO HA8
W had experience in a wholesale clothing busi
ness: none but competent men need apply. M.
OPPEN HEIMER & CO., 713 Liberty St. mh29-63
WANTED-LOCAL MANAGER, fl.000 A
vear: permanent position; no soliciting or
Seddlirig. Apply by letter to J. STEPHENS,
en'IMVr, 227 Main St., Cincinnati, O.
WANTED-F1VE ENERGETIC AND TEM
PERATE men to solicit In the city and Al
leghenv; liberal compensation to the right parties.
WHEELER A WILSON CO., 6 Sixth street.
WANTEO-A FIRST-CLASS HAT SALES
MAN to take care of hat department: must
be thoroughly competent. STRAUSBERGER &
JOSEPHS, 161 and 163 Federal st., Allegheny.
-TTT-ANTED -CANVASSERS TO TAKE NAMES
YV for City Directory: must bring good refer
ences and write a good plain hand. J. F. DIF
FENBACHER, 78 Fourth ave., second floor.
WANTED FOUR FIRST-CLASS TINNERS
at once, to work on milk cans: steady work
and good wages to right men. Address MILK
CAN ANDTINWARECO., Mt. Pleasant, Pa.
"TTTANTED-HAND TO DRIVE AND TAKE
Y V care of horses; one who has some knowl
edge of gardening preferred : salary 15 per month
and found. Apply BOOTH & FLINN, 30S Ross
ANTED-TWO FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGE
trimmers., one or llcht and one for hea w
work: also one general woodworker; apply lm-
mcaiateiy. uuua. a. umiisuj s. ju., s&a renn
ave., E. E.
LY competent nurse and hospital steward
for an Institution outside the city; wages SMper
month, with board and washing. Address P. D.
L., Dispatch office. mhiO-CO
TJANTED-3 FIRST-CLASS MARBLE AND
YV granite salesmen; must have experience in
this line; one for the city of Pittsburg and Alle
gheny and two to travel elsewhere. Address,
stating experience, DUNNING MARBLE AND
GRANITE CO., Erie, Pa. mh2S-78
-rrrANTEO immediately one extra
Y V quick first-class granite tracer and letterer;
must be especially fast in this line. Address stat
ing experience and wages demanded. Also, three
or Tour first-class granite cutters: must be quick
workmen. Address DUNNING MARBLE AND
GRANITE CO., Erie, Pa. mb20-78
-YTTANTED AGENTS ONLY NEW SUB
YV hCRlPXlON book of this year; "Anarchy
and Anarchists." by Captain Schaack, of Chi
cago police: all about the red terror in Europe
and America; illustrated by photos of Anarchists
and scenes of riots inPlttsbnrg, Baltimore, Chi
cago, etc.: diagrams of bombs; exclusive terri
tory; liberal terms: outfits ready. P. J. FLEM
ING & CO.. 77 Diamond st. mh29-23
WANTED AGENTS TO HANDLE THE
new patent Ink erasing pencil: greatest
novelty ever prodnced; erases Ink in two seconds;
no abrasion of paper; 200 to Soo per cent profit;
one agent's sales amounted to 620 00 In six days;
another 32 03 In two hours: territory absolutely
tree: salary to good men; no ladles need answer;
sample 33 cents. For terms and fall particulars
address the manufacturers, J. W. SKINNER a
CO., Onalaska, Wis. mhts-1
TTT-ANTED DRESSMAKERS. APPLY AT
VV once at WM. SEMPLE'S, 165 Federal St.,
Allegheny, Pa. mb29-2
WANTED-A WOMAN AS HELP IN A
honse where there is scarlet lever. Address
MRS. HOGG, corner Wylie ave. and Franclsst.
-TTTANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
YV housework. Apply to MANAGER ORO
VER. Harris' Theater, between 3 and 5 o'clock
p. M. Friday. mk29-25
-TTTANTED-LADIES TO SELL OUR HOMEO
YV PATHIC Medicines and Bitters; steady
work; can make 89 to 12 per week. Dr. O'KEEFE
4 CO., 34 Fifth ave. mh27-84
-YTTANTED-GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
YV WORK; Protestant preferred; good wages
to right party; references required. 124 CLARK
ST., Pittsburg. Pa. mh23-54
-TTTANTED A LADY WHO IS ACCUSTOMED
YV to painting on glass or china. Apply at
NO. 38 FEDERAL ST., Allegheny City, to-day or
Saturday after 10 A. M. mh29-43
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
WORK; must come well recommended; a
first-class place: small ramlly: no children. Ap
ply for a day or two at DRUGSTORE, 388 Firth
Male nnd Female ITcId.
-TTTANTED-IOFARM HANDS, DISHWASHER
YV and laundress Tor small hotel; cooks, cham
bermaids waitress, nurse girl. MEEHAN'S, 545
Grant St. mhlS-D
-TTTANTED-AGENTS ON SALARY: P5 PER
Y T month and expenses paid any active man
or woman to sell our goods by sample and live at
home; salary paid promptly and expenses in ad
vance; full particulars and sample case free, we
mean Just what we say. Address STANDARD
SILVERWARE CO.. Boston, Mass. fe!8-3-D
WANTED-SITUATION AS CLERK OR
assistant bookkeeper by a yflung man who
sneaks English and German. Address H. G. P.,
Dispatch office. mh23-99
WANTED-ENGAGEMENT BY ENGINEER
and draughtsman; capable or superintend
ing the erection of work and handling or men.
Address Y. D., Dispatch office. mhIS-19
WANTED-SITUATION BY DRUGGIST AS
manager or head clerk April 1; 13 years ex
Serience: single; best or references. Address
LENTHA, box 144, Pittsburg, Pa. mh28-36
WANTED POSITION BY AN OPEN
hearth steel smelter, well up in working
pig, ore or scrap, either natural or manufactured
as. can furnish good references. Address
UELTER. Dispatch office. inh27-30-wp
-ITTANTED-A SITUATION IN A MERCAN
YY TILE or manufacturing firm by a young
man who Is quick In figures, a competent book
keeper and strictly temperate; prefer position
where hard work will count. Address F. 11. C.,
Dispatch office inh29-19
WANTED-A PARTNER IN A BUSINESS IN
this city covered by letters patent to con
tribute a small amount ol capital and take charge
or the manufacturing department. Address Z.
D., Dispatch pace. mh29-H
WANTED-A PARTNER-S6.000 WILLBUYA
halflnterestlnoneoftbe largest and best
established and paying businesses or Its kind in
Western Pennsylvania, located In heart of busi
ness center In Pittsburg; trade the most refined
and elegant: business strictly cash; the price Is
nothing compared to business done and profits re
ceived therefrom: only those who are willing to
become helpmates and mean strictly business
needspplyfor particulars to CASHBUB., Dispatch
office. ' mha-f35
Boardera nnd Lodgers.
WANTED-OCCUTANTS FOR HANDSOME
LY furnished rooms, with board ; to be had
by first-class parties Only, at 17 N ORTH AV E, Al
legheny, fromAprlU. mh28-ll
WANTED-MORTGAGKSON PROPERTY IN
either city: lowest ratcsor interest.. SPEN
CER A GLOSSER. 419 Smithfield St. mh23-7
WANTED-RENTS TO COLLECT; MONTH
LY settlement with itemized statement.
BLACK & BAWD. 95 Fourth avenue. a5S-a29-D
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over M.OOO; 4)f ner cent: no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER CO., 82 Fourth avenue.
TTTANTED-BENT3 COLLECTED PROMPT
W LY; property managed with satisfaction.
ALLE3 X BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
WANTED-RENTS TO COLLECT; SPECIAL
attention given to this branch of the real
estate business. SPENCER & GLOSSER, 419
WANTED-MORTGAGES-KOOLOOO TO WN
at and 5 per cent on Allegheny and Pitts
burg Improved property. GEO. JOHNSTON,
Agent, 62 Fourth ave. . roh2-69
WANTED MORTGAGES. LARGE OR
small, at AH to 6 per cent, according to kind
and size or mortgage. W. A. HERRON bONS,
80 Fourth ave. .
mhl-38-1. 4, 6, 8,11, 13, 15, 18, 20. 22, 25.27,29
-TTTANTED-TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES-I500
W to S500, 000, city or country property, at 4X .
5 and 6 per cent. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 1
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. Telephone 975.
ANTED-TO LOAN (500,000, IN AMOUNTS
Armynftndnnwuni. nn.itvnnri suburban
property, on 4K per cent, freeortax: alsosmaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK A BA1RD,
95 Fourth avenue.
ANTFD-TO LOAN (200,000 ON MORT
GAGES: tlOO and unward at 6 per cent;
(500, 000 at 4U per cent on residences or business
property; also in aajoming counties.
FRENCH, 125 Fourth avenue.
WANTED-MORTG AGES-tL 000, 000TO LO AN
on city and suburban properties at 4j, 5and
6 per cent, and on tanas in Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 6 per cent: no money loaned out
or Pennsylvania. 1. M. PENNOCK A BON, 105
Fourth avenue. , j ap7-f41
ANTEO-TO BUY-FURNITURE. CAR
PETS, etc. for cash. PITTSBURG AUC
TION A STORAGE CO., 93 Third ave.
mu2j-7-27.23, api,a, a,
TTTANTEO-GOOD SECOND-HAND OAK OR
YV pine sills andjolsts; also window sash and
frames: Inquire or H. F.DUNHAM, at 189 First
ave., Pittsburg. mh29-34
WANTED-WALLSHELVING WITH GLASS
doors: also counter 20 to 25 ft. long, suit
able forjewelry store. Address, to-day only,
JEWELER, Dispatch office. mh29,17
PERSONS VCTSHING TO
V thnrrtnp-hl v learn Bbnrth&nri and tvm
thoronghly learn shorthand and typewriting
in the briefest time to call at MARTIN'1S SHORT
HAND bCHOOL, 412 Wood St.
WANTED BUYERS FOR WATCHES,
Jewelry, silverware, clocks: special In
ducements; 10 to 20 per cent discount to ca6h
buyers for 15 days only. JOHN KITSCH. ISO
Federal st., Allegheny. Pa. mh22-Mwr8u
WANTEO-EVERYBODY TO KNOW THAT
H. Terheyden has laid In a large stock of
American watches, gold and silver, that be can
sell as low as the lowest; remember the place.
HENRY TERHEYDEN, M0 Smithfield st.
-TTT-ANTED HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND
W 'general merchandise for storage; lowest
rates In the city; hauling and packing promptly
attended to by experienced men. PITTSBURG
AUCTION A STORAGE CO.. S3 Third ave.
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER. 98 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, ererybody to
know that he Is making fine cabinets at 150 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous nrocess. mbl3-S
FOB. SALE IMFKOVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR 8ALE-AT t6,50d-NO. 27 ROSS ST.,
brick house 8 .rooms; lot 20x69 ft. W. A.
HERRON A SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
2-story brick house In First ward; will sell on
'very easy payments. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth ave
Enat End Reslaencea.
TTlOR SALE ON SHADY AVE.. EAST END,
Sj brick house, 9 rooms and bath; lot 29x123 to a
street: very desirably located; only (8,500. THOS.
LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave,
mh29-U-29. 3L ap2, 3, 4, 6
FOR SALE-(500 CASH. BALANCE ON LONG
time, a neat new house 6 rooms; lot 22x
100 feet: well located on -Meyran ave., Oakland,
near cable line: nrfce onlv S3. 400. -IV. A HER-
KO.N A HOy 8, 60 Fourth avenue. Tnh27-64-wy )
T7OR SALB-ON FARRAGUT ST.. A VERY
J' deslraDie property, house witnsrooms, hav
ing all modern Improvements and good location,
adjoining the residence of C. B. Seely: price rea
sonable. Inquire of U. B, SEELY, 6017 Penn ave.
FORSALE-TOJRENT IS A LOSS-WE CAN
sell you a fine . 7-room residence with every
Improvement and large lot 36)jxl00; Hays street,
square from North Hiland avenue, near cable;
ice, fd,aw. juiuijijun naus., ojto station St.,
E. - mh28-t7-FSu
TTIOR 8ALE-(3,B00, WARD ST., OAKLAND
X? 2-story and mansard frame dwelling or 7
rooms, hall, vestibule, hath, range, inside shut
ters, electric bells, natural gas, etc.; nice lot;
very good location. BLACK A BAIRO, 95 Fourth
FOR SALE-FIFTH AVENUE-(10,800-ELE-GANT
2-story and Mansard brick dwelling,
8 rooms, hall, bath, Inside shutters and w. c,
range, laundry, etc; lot 60x160 to a street: finest
residence portion orthe avenue: a great bargain.
SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO., 99 Fourth ave.
location, new 2-story and mansard brick
dwelling, 8 rooms, hall, vestibule, bath, Inside w.
c, range, pantry, front and back stairs, sliding
doors. Inside shutters, hardwood mantels, tile
hearths, front and back porches. A good bargain
for buyer acting promptly. BLACK A BA1RD,
95 Fourth avenue. mhl9-13-20,21,22,25,27,29
IOR SALE ON LARIMER AYE, EAST END,
1ur anlnirfaJ t.11nlr tin... a ..., Jlnl..
room, kitchen, pantry, good, wide nail and vesti-
Duie; a gooa ueurooms, uam, etc., on secoca noor;
finished attic; electric bells and lights; all modern
improvements; about Tour minutes' walk from
East Liberty Station or cither line of cable cars;
lot 47X120: (8.200: or house and lot, 24x120, (6,600.
THOS. LIGGETT. 114 Fourth ave.
mh23-l 1-29, 31, ap2, 3, 1 6.
FOR SALE-AN EAST END HOUSE AND 2
lots, at Orphans Court sale; No. 5371 Ellsworth
avenue, near Roup Station. A good bouse, almost
new; 8 rooms, finished attlchall, porch, dry cellar,
bath. natural gas, etc.; and 2 lots 46x100 feet, to be
sold by order of Orphans' Court, on Tuesday after
noon.Aprll2,at3o'clock.on the premises. Title
Serfect; Immediate possession. Particulars from
AS. W. DRAPE A CO., LS Fourth ave.. Pitts
FOR SALE-ON PENN AVE., HOMEWOOD,
beautiful cor. lot 46x179. brick house, recep
tion hall, parlor, library, dining room, kitchen
and large pantry on first floor; five good bed
rooms, bath, etc, on second floor: large finished
attic room and cedar closet on third floor; electric
bells, speaking tubes, slate mantels, sliding doors
between parlor and library and reception hall and
parlor; elegant front porch, bay window In par
lor; elegant neighborhood: about 5 minutes' walk
from Dallas station, or about 10 minutes' walk
from Fifth ave. cable cars; a rare bargain If sold
at once. THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-OR TO LET-A NICE 8-ROOM
house, No. 35Locust St., Allegheny City. C.
H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue. mh27-68
FOR SALE-OR TO LET-NO. 215 NORTH
avenue, fronting the parks, Allegheny, ele
f:antnew honse 12 rooms; latest Improvements:
ot 28$xl30 It. W. A. HERRON A SONS. 80
Fourth avenue. mh24-113-MWP
FOR SALE IRWIN AVE., ALLEGHENY RES
IDENCE elegant and well built house of 11
rooms, all modern conveniences, good stable, etc,
lot 40x220 feet; this property is on the best park
front in Allegheny, and is a rare opportunity to
buy, being the only property on the street for
sale. BLACKABAIUD, 95 Fourth ave
FOR SALE-TWO SIX-ROOM HOUSES AT
Ingram. GEO. JOHNSTON Agent, 62
Fourth ave. jnh29-69
it? mr.r at ivniriuoiiTVDii trvnv
fine residences. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent,
Mirth ave. ,tihHUt9
62 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE A UEAUTIFUL SUBURBAN
house on Beaver road, Emsworth, P., Ft, W.
A C Ry., only 3 minutes from station ; a new frame
dwelling of 7 rooms, ball, marble vestibule mar
ble and hardwood mantels, natural gas, good well
water, large lot 100x250. covered with elegant large
trees. This is a bargain. Call at office and see
.photo. BLACK A BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE OB TO LET-ONE OF THE MOST
beautiful suburban places In Allegheny
county:.tbe house Is large, containing 15 rooms,
splendidly finished, and surrounded with wide
verandas; It Is completely fitted up with bath
rooms, water closets and natural gas; there Is a
good stable and handsome fowl house; the grounds
are very beautiful and well supplied with choice
shrnbbery, fruit and ornamental trees: the whole
will be sold, with from 1 to 5 acres or ground, at a
very moderate price. KNOXVILLE I.AND IM
PROVEMENT C'0., K Knox avenue, Knoxvllle
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street, Allegheny, in
the Tenthand Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MCN AUGHER, 43 N. Diamond st.
JrOR SALE-A FEW OF THOSE FINE BU1LD
1 INGlots: cheap if sold at once: located on
unnery Hill; very easily reached from the
center or Allegheny by Federal st. incline; price
aa low as (100; easy terms. W. A. HiKRON A
SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. . i
FOR SALE LOTS.
Cltr jai '
TTIOR BALE 600 LOTS 017 NEW CABLE
XV route, Wylle ave. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent,
FOR SALE-CITY PROPERTY 60X160 FEET
on Penn ave., 31x120 feet ou Seventh ave.,
45x80 feet on Second ave, 90x80 feet on Third ave.,
72x110 feet on Liberty ave., 43x110 feet on Penn
ave., 53x110 feet on Sixth street, 20x112 feet on
Sixth ave., .80x35 feet on Market St., 60x60 feet
corner Duquesne way and Seventh at., 22x114 feet
on Firth ave., 39x80 feet on Market sU GEO.
JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourtb ave. mh29-69
East End Lots.
FORSALE-AT A SACRIFICE-BOULEVARD
Place, lot 54x187 to 20 ft. alley: best and
cheapest lot offered In this desirable plan. Ad
dress BOULEVARD, Dispatch office. mh29-4
FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL LOTS AT SHADY
SIDE on Atlantic ave., near Liberty ave.;
convenient to station andVcable cars. BLACK A
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. .
FOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS AT DALLAS STA
TION. P. R. R.. convenient to. steam and
street cars; cheap and on easy terms; situation nn
surpassed: price ranging from (406 to (600. Inquire
ofD. C. NEGLEY, 6106 Penn ave., East End.
FOR SALE-WHY NOT HE YOUR OWN
landlnrriy nommenre now bv bnvlnca 40-
foot lot on a 60-foot street: Bank of Commerce ad
dition plan: Brusbton station: no city taxes; now
is the time to buy: secure plan from JOHN F.
BAXTER, Agent, 612 Smithfield St.
FOR SALE-LINDEN PLAN LOTS; LOTS ON
Linden ave. and Hastings street, 120 teet
deep, for (20 and (25 per foot front; easy terms;
these lots are dellgntfullv located ln'flnest neigh
borhood or East End. only five minutes from
either train or cable cars. THOMAS LIGGETT,
114 Fourth ave. mh24-UlirwTESu
FOR SALE-ELEGANT BUILDING LOTS AT
Ingram station. GEO. JOHNSTON. 62
Fourth ave. mh29-69
FOR SALE-1,000 BEAUTIFUL BUILDING
lots at Ingram; no city taxes, pure air, pure
water, 5 cents railroad fare to or from city. GEO.
JOHNSTON. Agent, 62 Fourth ave. mh29-69
FOR 8ALE-424 ACRES CHOICE TIMBER
land in Westmoreland county, six miles from
Ligonler and six miles from Derry, on the P. R.
B. : the timber on this land has never been culled;
will be sold at a bargain. GEORGE JOHN STON,
Agent. 62Ponrth ave. mh29-69
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-GOOD CORNER DRUG STORE,
located on one of the best streets in Alle
gheny; .must be sold; easy terms. Address
OPIUM, Dispatch office. . mb28-81
IOR SALE-ONE OF THE LARGEST AND
best stocks of general hardware. In Rockford.
111.; will Invoice about (14,000: best of reasons for
seaing. Auaress A. . uudu. .mineral iroint,
OR SALE-MEDICAL PRACTICE AT NEW
Haven, onnoslte Connellsville. Pa.: good
reasons for selllng;establlshed l0years;possesslon
April i. Apply ux.u. jl- luanLuiw new
FOR SALE-GENERAL STORE IN COUNTRY
town; choice stock, good trade: community
highly moral; excellent private academy nearby:
a rare opportunity; reason for selling, death of
head proprietor. For particulars address E.
GAMBLE; Rogers, O. mh26-33-D
FOR SALE-DRUG STORE WITH GOOD
stock and fixtures, at less than cost of fix
tures If you come quick; stores of all kinds;
boarding houses, cigar stores, notion stores, hotels,
ctufectlonerles, etc.: some splendid business
chances. SHEPARDA CO., 54 Filth ave. mh2S
FOR SALE-BAKERY THE UNDERSIGNED
will sell his bakery with everything pertain
ing to a first-class bakery, on reasonable terms;
good reasons for selling; population of town,
1. 500; only bakery In the town. Call on or address
W. 51. SMITH. Barnhart's Mills, Butler Co., Pa.
FOR SALE-HOTEL PROPERTY. SITUATED
In Canal Fulton, Stark co. Ohio; no local
option. For price and description address J. C.
SMITH, P. O. box 254, Masslllon, O. mh2S-21
FORSALE-INOUR HANDS EXCLUSIVELY
to sell, the 2 3-story bulldiugs. Nos. 411 and
4l3Smlthfleldst.:lots 20 ft. front each by 60 ft.;
S lease call for particulars. HENRY A. WEAVER
: CO., 92 Fourth ave. mh29-22
FOR SALE-315 FIFTH AVENUE AT AUC
TION ; this property will be sold by order of
Orphans' Court on Saturday, March 30, at 2
o'clock: lot 25 feet wide In front, 34 feet wide in
rear, by average depth of 100 feet, with brick dwell
ing and store, good business stand. A. LEG
GATE A SON, Auctioneers. mh20-U
TTIOR SALE-SEVERAL VERY FINEJIANU
JD FACTORING sites fronting on railroads and
rivers. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
machinery and metals.
-I7OR SALE-NEW AND SECOND-HAND
J Remington typewriters and writing machines
of other makes. A. M. MARTIN, 412 Wood st.
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept In stock, from
4 to ICO b. p.; all refitted; good as new, at lowest
rices; mounted portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p.
WSFarkway. J. S. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa.
FOR SALE 28x43 CORLISS ENGINE: ONLY
run a year; can be seen In operation: price
on application: also a new Strange Co. stave ma
chine, all complete: capacity 10,000 In 10 hours;
will sell at low figure. J. A. MCCORMICK, 150
First ave. aul-p32-uw7
FOR SALE-CONTRACTORS MACHINERY:
one 7)$xl2-lnch double engine, double drum:
others large and small, with single or double
friction drums; wire and manlla rope, centrifugal
pumps, etc.; two 26x4S-lnch horizontal engines
with flywheels. THOMAS CARLIN S SON S, cor.
Lacock and Sandusky sts. , Allegheny . al"-MWF
FOR SALE-DESK AND CYCLOSTYLE, IN
good order and cheap. Apply at ROOM No.
63, Schmidt building. mh29-33
FOR SALE TWO BILLIARD AND TWO
pool tables; In good condition. At 35 and 37
FRANKSTOWN AVE., East End. mh29-59
FOR SALE-THREE VERY GOOD COPPER
Uned bath tubs for sale at a bargain. In
quire at ADAM WEIOMAN'S, No. 1300 Carson
St., Pittsburg, S. S. mli29-3
FOR SALE-FURNITURE AT AUCTION, 139
Rebecca St., Allegheny, on Friday, March
29, at 2 o'clock: there are bedsteads, mattresses,
blankets, comforts, extension tables, brussels and
ingrain carpets, lace curtains, cane seat chairs,
stoves, chamber -suite, clock, glassware, dishes,
etc. A. LEGGATE A SON, Auctioneers. mh26-D
FOR SALE-TOOLS, ETC.. AT AUCTION,
this day (Friday) at 2 o'clock, at blacksmith
shop adjoining Iron yard, corner Market and
Greenwood avenue, Allegheny; bellows, anvils,
vices, blacksmith tools, wrenches, steel crowbars!
picks, shovels, iron single and double-trees, good
safe, waslistand, gas burners, push cart, one me
dium size 3-sprlng wagon, heavy 1-horse wagon,
lion axle; horse and harness, double set work
harness, one buck wagon, nulley blocks, grind
stone. 30 feet 16-lnch gum belting, lot leather belt
ing, 200 bushels blacksmith coal, etc: sale posi
tive: terms cash. P. McNAMEE, Auctioneer. '
1 Business Stands.
TO LET-LARGE WAREROOM. NO. 112 WOOD
street, cheap. Inquire at OFFICE, on the
TO LET-FROM APRIL 1, A LARGE ROOM
for storage; terms reasonable; at No. 6 Sixth
street. S. W. HOLLAND. . mh27-76
TO LET THREE-STORY WAREHOUSE
with basement. 133 First ave. Inquire of
HUNT A CLAPP. 95 Fifth ave. mbl9-44
TO LET-CHEAP FOR STORAGE, THIRD
floor of nice warehouse, 160x23 feet. In
quire of JOHN A. MCCONNELLA CO., 69
Water St. mb29-30
TO LET-GOOD STOREROOM AND DWELL
ING; a good opening for dry goods, notions,
trimmings, etc, or a tin store. 0. U. LOVE, 93
Fourth avenue. " mh29-38
TO LET-AN OLD AN D WELL ESTABLISHED
bakery stand in a good town near the city;
good brick store and dwelling; rent low to a good
tenant. C. U. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue.
T) LET-ELEGANT BUSINESS STAND-NO.
173 Fifth ave., opp. Court House, running
through to Wylle ave. ; new plate glass fronts on
both streets; Immediate possession; rent low. J.
C. REILLY, or ON PREMISES. mh2S-3S
TO LET-THREE ADMIRABLY ARRANGED
rooms ror general business purposes, with or
wlthont power, to reut In the new DisrATCB
building. Diamond street: arranged for work or
for display rooms and for offices; light the best to
be had In the city: electric lighting tree; passen
ger and freight elevator and Janitor service ln
clnded. Rents (300, (400 and (1,000 per annum;
situation the most central, within a few hundred
feet of all the public buildings and of the leading
business, squares. Apply between 11 A. 11. and 4
P. M. at the NEW DISPATCH BUILDING. 75, "J7
and 79 Diamond street, mhl4-74
Offices. Dexk Room. tc
TO LET-3 ROOMS OPPOSITE COURTHOUSE;
suitable for offices or light housekeeping;
rentlowiw. c, a. and n. gas, J. C. REILLY, 77
Diamond st. 'mh29-31
TO LET- IN THE McCANCE BLOCK,
Smithfield, Liberty and Seventh avenue,
well-lighted offices, each room fronting on a prin
cipal street; passenger and merchandise eleva
TO LET-LARGE AND SMALL OFFICES ON
the second and all of third floor of Mellon's
building, opposite City Hall,. Smithfield street:
good light; reasonable rent, inquire at T. MEL
LON A SON'S BANK. 511 and 614 Smithfield
TO LET-DWELL1NGSLABGEAND SMALL,
in both cities and suburbs;' call or send for
printed list free. W. A. HEBRON A SONS, 80
Fourth ave. mhl-38-itwr
mo LET-OUR 'TO LET" LIST, AS HEBETO
. FORE Issued from our office. Is now pub
lished every Wednesday and Saturday (without
expense to landlords) in -lb a. Dispatch only.
SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO,, 99 .Fourth ave. J
TO LET-HOUSE OF TEN ROOMS, ALL
modern Improvements Center ave. GEO.
JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave. mh29-9
TO LET-HOUSE OF ELEVEN ROOMS ON
Third ave., between Smithfield and Grant
sts. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave.
TO LET-GOOD BRICK HOUSE OF 10 ROOMS
on Wylle ave., near Erin St.: only (400 per
year: no water rent. C. BEBINGER A SON, J03
Fourth ave. mh27-7-wrs
TO LET-HOUSE OF TWELVE BOOMS ON
Penn ave., between Ninth and Tenth sts. : all
modern Improvements. GEO. JOHNSTON,
Agent, 62 Fourth ave. mh29-69
TO LET-BEICK HOUSE 6 ROOMS. NICE
lot, trees, etc., (22, choice location, Mr,
Washington, nat. gaa and water. 8. L. CUTH
BRT, 97 Fourth ave., room 15. mh29-18
TO LET-OR FOR SALE-A COTTAGE HOUSE
on .Mount Washington, cor. Gray and D1I
worth streets: has eight rooms, large lot, and Is
supplied with natural gas and cfty water. In
quire at tne omce oi tne xixi.ais u.ku
CO.,-10 and 12 Wood st.
Enst End Residences.
TO LET-EAST END, PITTSBURG. COB.
Margaretta and Beattysts., bouse 8 rooms
and stable, large lot: rent (28. A. D. WILSON,
65 Federal St., Allegheny. mb27-38
TO LET-THAT ELEGANT RESIDENCE,
having all modem Improvements, corner
Collins avenue and Broad street. East .end. Ap
ply to ALEXANDER KING, 136 Fifth ave.
TO LET OR FOR SALE-NORTH HILAND,
East End, first-class brick dwelling; 9 rooms
and finished attic: modern Improvements; stable
and laundry; lot 60x180. W. if. KING, 64 Fourth
TO LET-COR. ROUP AND HOWE STS.. 2
squares off Fifth ave., E. E., near Roup sta
tion, good bouse, 10 rooms, large vard. stable in
the rear. W. A. HERRON A SONS, No. 80
Fourth ave. , mh25-49
TO LET-NEW noUSE, JUST COMPLETED.
9 rooms beside a bath, laundry, pantry, large
cupboards and all very latest conveniences: near
Roup station and Fifth ave. cable line. W. A.
HERRON A SONS, No. 80Fonrthave. mh28-19
TO LET WESTERN AVE, HOUSE 8ROOMS.
porch, etc.: rent. (550. A.D.WILSON, 55
Federal St., Allegheny. mh27-33
TO LET-OR FOR SALiC-A NICE 8-ROOM
house. No. 33 Locust St., Allegheny City. C.
H.LOVE,. 83 Fourth avenue. mb27-68
TO LET ON PENNSYLVANIA AVE.-SIX
rooms; all Improvements; rent (360. A.D.
WlLSONf 55 Federal St., Allegheny. mh29-10
TO LET-NO. 101 FAYETTE ST., ALLE
GHENY; good honse, 8 rooms: (40pperyear.
W. A. HERRON ASO.KS, 80 Fourth avenue.
TO LET-ON REBECCA ST. -NEW BB1CK
house,8rooms; modern Improvements; rent,
(30. A. D. WILSON. 55 Federal St., Allegheny.
TO LET-37 ALLEGHENY AVE. 3-STOEY
brick dwelling; 8 rooms: all modern improve
ments; reut (40. A. D. WILSON, 55 Federal St.,
Allegheny, , mh29-l0
TO LET-ON BUENA VISTA ST., GOOD
brick house: 8 rooms and modern Improve
ments; rent, (400. A. D. WILSON, 55 Federal
St., Allegheny. mb27-33
TO LET-TAYLOR AVE.-NEW BRICK
honse of 10 rooms: all modern Improve
ments: rent, $550. A. D. AVILSON, 55 Federal
St., Allegheny. mhZ7-33
TO LET-TWO SMALL 4-ROOMED HOUSES,
near Allegheny Diamond ; suitable ror a fam
ily or 2 or 3 persons. Inquire at 170 SAA DUSKY
ST., Allegheny. mb29-46
TO LET-ON PAGE ST., FINE BRICK HOUSE
. 8 rooms, bath, laundry, bay windows, front
and backyards, etc.: only (450. A. D. WILSON,
55 Federal St., Allegheny. jnh27-33
TO LET-VERY FINE TEN-ROOM DWELL
ING, all modern Improvements, on Monterey
st., near North ave., Allegheny.- GEO. JOHN
S10N. Agent, 62 Fourth ave. mh29-69
TO LET-IN SUE SECOND WARD. ALLE
GHEN Y, one square- from street cars, brick
house of 6 rooms and finished attic, bathroom, w.
c, range, hall, etc., at (26 per month: no water
rent. ALEXANDER A LEE, 313 Wood St.
TO LET-TO A SMALL FAMILY, ON LINE
of Western aye. cars, Allegheny, six rooms
In a house partly occupied by a physician: rent
and additional compensation for board and care
of rooms. For full particulars apply to A. D.
WILSON, 55 Federal St., Allegheny. mh29-10
TO LET-ALLEGHENY HOUSES; 3 FRAZIEE
St., 6 rooms, (25; 23 Klrkpatrlck .avenue, 6
rooms, 22; 313 Sandusky st,. 6 rooms, t2o; McDon
ald St., Eleventh ward, 6 rooms, (18; Arbuckle
and Stoddard alley. Fourth ward, 4 rooms, (15;
Harrison St., Observatory Hill, i rooms, (11.
A. LEGGATE A SON, 31 Federal St., Allegheny.
TO LET-HOUSE OF SIX ROOMS AT IN
GRAM. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth
TO LET-HOUSE AND STABLE ON BUTLER
street, Etna: a good place for doctor's office.
Inquire of GEO. SEAL, Wlble street, Etna.
TO LET-A GOOD SIX-ROOM DWELLING
with large lot, near Mansfield station. P., C.
A St. L. R. B. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue.
O LET-AT INGRAM-HOUSE OF SEVEN
rooms, with ten acres of ground, fruit and
shade trees. GEO. J 0HN STON, Agent, 62 Fourth
TO LET-SEVERAL DESIRABLE DWELL
INGSntBellevue. Emsworth and Glenfield,
on P., Ft. W. A O. R. R., from (15 per month and
upward. C. BERIN GER A SON, 103 Fourth ave.
TO LET-(18 00 A MONTH-GOOD HOUSE OF
8 rooms, large grounds, on Cook St., near
Second ave.. Twenty-second ward; a very desira
ble suburban home for the money. W. A. HER
RON A SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave. nih2S-49
TO LET-HOUSE 10 ROOMS, WITH GARDEN,
stable, etc, near Patterson station, P. C. A
Y. B. B.. and Crarton, P. C. A St. L. B. E. In
quire of B. F. 8HAFFEBS. Crafton, Pa or ad
dress F. C. B1GGERT, Rochester. Pa, mh21-63
TO DET-MY HOUSE, THIRTEEN ROOMS,
at Laurel Station, Ft. Wayne road, all mod
ern Improvements, stable and carriage house, two
acres ground, with liver view. Inquire on prem
ises, or at 219 Lacock street, Allegheny. WM. T.
lO LET-4 NICE HOOSIS. SECOND FLOOR,
for offices or dwelling, with natural gas and
water; 2 minutes from Court House, inquire of
W. H. DEVOBE, 512 Grant St. mh27-46
TO LET-SOME UNFURNISHED ROOMS,
some four-room flats, two six and eight-room
dwelling houses, some storerooms. Inquire on
premises, 44 FOURTH STREET. mh24-114
O LBT-OJfE FLOOR OF NICE APART-
HI FMTV sttl ItaTila fnw ltnVit- linmatsoHlnM .(4h
-M- Aki auDuiMuibiut aiilb nuuiciccijiiif;, J"
pas, -water and batb. Apply to J.ti. 31GKUOW,
a hoes to re, 289 Ohio st., Allegheny- mh26
TO LET-THEBEST GARDEN FARM ATMC
KEE'S Rocks. Inquire No. 638 LIBERTY
Sl, Pittsburg; mh7-84-OD
TO LET-FARM OF 30 ACRES, WITH DWELL
ING house' and barn, ou Forward aye..
Twenty-third ward; good location fora dairy. D.
W. C. B1DWELL A CO.. 143 Water St., corner
Cherry alley, mh23-14
TO LET OR FOR SALE-ISO-ACRE FARM, i
minutes' walk from town of Manoi, on Fenna.
R. B., Westmoreland co.: 15 acres timber, balance
cleared; house, bank barn and outbuildings,
orchard, etc. CHAS. L. McCUTCUEON. 104
Fourth ave. Jal3-30-MWP
TO LET-XIOOO FARM NEABTHEC1TY.ONE
mile from B. R. station, a large dwelling
and barn, fine orchard, water, etc., etc.: rent
low to a responsible tenant; Immediate possession.
JAS. W. DRAPE A CO, 129 Fourth avenue,
PERSONA L BOOKS WANTED-IF YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth (1,000, let us know; we will buy one as
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK STORE,
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. fe20
TERS ol Samuel Hollerbaum, 'deceased, of
Bavaria, Germany, formerly residing in New
York, will hear something to their advantage by
addressing N. OBERDORFER, 68 Warren street.
New York City. mh2S-43
PERSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE,
mother ordauehtecs In renairlng and clean
lnryour old clothes, when it can he done for a
trifle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood st., second floor; Charges moderate:
facilities unsurpassed ; suits made to order: spring
styles now ready. Telephone 1558. inn8
EEWAHD-J5 CO-LOST A PACKAGE OF
papers In large envelope, between Mt. Oliver
and Suilthfleld St., either on Eighteenth st. road
or Tenth street bridle. Return toFlTPSBURG
SHOE CO., 142 Third ave. . mh2S-24
KEWARD-TA-VA-ZONI NATURE'S PRICE
LESS gift to suffering humanity: for all ali
ments. Visit GRIFFITH'S PHARMACY, 301
Grant, cor. Third ave., Flttsburg, and sccuro-a
boltleyou will be well rewarded for your visit.
Also a bottle of that sovereign remedy Ta-va-zon
Lung Cough Syrup. A most potent and unfailing
cure for coughs, colds, throat and lung troubles.
1-OST DOG BEAGLE COLOR, WHITE
J body, with brown marks about the head,
heavy set, height, about 14 inches over the snoul
der, with slight crook m his tall. Any informa
tion of his wnereabouts will be well paid for. F.
F. DAVISON. No. 4614 Fifth ave. mh29-9
71 Diamond street.
Second door above Smithfield,
BY GEO. K. 8TEVENSON 4 CO.,
GROCERIES AND TABLE DELICACIES,
Matinees WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
OR PRINCE PRETTIWrrZ AND LITTLE
Presented with the same Superb Scenery
and Costumes, Brilliant Ballets, Gorgeous En
sembles and Strong Cast, witnessed in its lonf:
runs in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, and
Chicago. ISO people on the stage.
SEATS NOW ON SALE.
Grand Opera House Extra
E.D. WILT Lessee and Manager.
MOMI April L FOR ONE WEEK.
MATINEES Wednesday and Saturday.
The Queen of Comediennes.
Supported by her own Famous Company In
the Great Laughing Snccess,
THREE OF A KIND. -
Seats now on sale.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE '
MISS R081NA VOKES.
To-night In Honor Bound I The Circus
Rldert A Pantomime Rehearsal!
Week April 1 The sparkling Nellie McHenry
in "3 of a Kind." mh2SV5
TT ARRIS THEATER
Everv afternoon and evening,
April 1 A Boy Hero, or Held In Slavery,
IJOTJ THEATER TO-NIGHT,
"THE STOWAWAY I"
Next week "The Crystal Slipper." mh228
HARRY WILLIAM8' ACADEMY
MATINEES TUESDAY, THURSDAY, AND
THE BIG 4'S NEW DEPARTURE.
29 SPECIALTY ARTISTS 29
A8INO MUSEUM-MONDAY, MARCH
J 25-:-Capt, Paul Boyton's Monstrous Sea Ser
pent, Happy Jack Sutton's Mirror of the
Plains, Madam Johnson, the Jersey Giantess;
Ad CarlisIe.Sleight of Hand; Clark Gibbs,Dnn
can Sistets.Nellie Olive. John Gllroy. mh25-105
AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION
proposed to the citizens of this Common
wealth by the General Assembly of the Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania, for their approval
or rejection at a special election to be held June
18, 1869. Published by order of the Secretary of
the Commonwealth, in pursuance of Article
XVIII of the Constitution.
Joint resolution proposing an amendment to
the Constitution of this Commonwealth.
Section L Be it resolved by the Senate and
Honse of Representatives of the Common
wealth of Pennsylvania in General Assembly
met, That the following amendment is pro
posed to the Constitution of the Common
wealth of Pennsylvania, in accordance with
the Eighteenth Article thereof:
There shall be an additional article to Said
Constitution to be designated as Article XIX,
' ARTICLE XIX.
The manufacture, sale, or keeping forsale of
intoxicating liquor, to be nsed as a beverage,
is hereby prohibited, and any violation of this
prohibition shall be a misdemeanor, punish
able as shall be provided by law.
The manufacture, sale, or keeping for sale, of
intoxicating liquor for other purposes than as
a beverage may be allowed in such manner
only as may be prescribed by law. The Gen
eral Assembly shall, at the first session suc
ceeding the adoption of this article of the Con
stitution, enact laws with adequate penalties
for its enforcement.
A true copy of the Joint Resolution.
CHARLES W. STONE.
mhl5-100-F Secretary ot the Commonwealth.
AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION
proposed to the citizens of this Common
wealth by the General Assembly of the Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania, for their approval
or relection at a snecial election to be held
June 18, 18S9. Published by order of the Secre
tary ot tne uommonweaitn, in pursuance ox
Article XVIII of the Constitution.
Joint resolution proposing an amendment to
the Constitntion of the Commonwealth.
Section L Be it resolved by the Senate and
Bouse of Representatives of the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania .in General Assembly met
That the following is proposed as an amend
ment to the Constitution of the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania in accordance with the pro
visions of the eighteenth article thereof:
Strike ont from section one, of article eight,
the four qualifications for voters which reads
"If twenty-two years of age or upwards, he
shall have paid, within two years, a state or
county tax, which shall have been assessed at
least two months, and paid at least one month
before the election," so that the section which
reads as follows:
"Every male citizen, twenty-one years of age.
possessing the following qualifications, shall be
entitled to vote at all elections:
First. He shall hare been a citizen of the
United States at least one month.
Second. He shall have resided in the State
one year (or if, having previously been a quali
fied elector or native oorn citizen of the. State,
he shall hare removed therefrom and returned,
then six months immediately preceding the
Third. He shall have resided In the election
district where he shall offer to vote at leasttwo
months immediately preceding the election.
Fourth. If twenty-two years of age or up
wards, be shall have paid, within two years, a
state or county tax, which shall have been as
sessed at least two months and paid at least
one month before the election," shall be
amended, so as to .read as follows:
Every male citizen twenty-one years of age,
Sossessmg the following qualifications, shall
e entitled to vote at the polling place of the
'election district of which he shall at the time
bo a'resident and not elsewhere:
First, He shall have been a citizen of the
United States at least thirty days.
Second. He shall have resided in the State
one year (or if, having previously been a quali
fied elector or native born citizen of the State,
he shall have removed therefrom and returned,
then six months) immediately preceding the
Thifd. He sbH have resided in the election
districtwhere be shall offer to vote at least
thirty days immediately preceding the elec
tion. The legislature, at the session thereof
next after the adoption of this section, shall,
and from time to time thereafter may, enact
laws tq properly enforce this provision.
Fourth. Every male citizen of the age of
twenty-one years, who shall have bun a citi
zen for thirty days and an inhabitant of this
State one year nextlpreceding an election, ex
cept at municipal elections, and for the last
thirty days a resident of the election district in
which he may offer his vote, shall beentitled to
vote at such election in the election district of
which he shall at the time be a resident and not
plspwhern for all officers that now arn or nnrp.
after may be elected by the people: Provided,
mat in time ot war no elector in tne actual
military service of the State or of the United
States, in the army or navy thereof, shall be
deprived of his vote bv reason ot his absence
from such election district, and the legislature
shall have power to provide the manner in
which and the time and place at which such
absent electors may vote, and for the return
and canvas of their votes in the election dis
trict in which they respectively reside.
Fifth. For the purpose of voting, no person
shall be deemed to have gained or lost a resi
dence by reason of his presence or absence
while employed in the service of the United
States or the State, nor while engaged irftbe
navigation of the waters of the State or of the
high seas, nor while a stndent of any college or
seminary of learning, nor while kept at any
almshouse or public institntion, except the in
mates of any home for disabled and indigent
soldiers and sailors, who, for the purpose of
voting, shall be deemed to reside in the election
district where said home is located. Laws
shall be made for ascertaining, by proper
proofs, the citizens who shall be entitled to the
right of suffrage hereby established."
A true copy of the joint resolution.
CHARLES W. STONE.
mul4-l-F Secretary of the Commonwealth
ValnaWe Gas anarmiiisLaJifls.
The undersigned invite correspondence and
proposals for sale or a 173-acre farm, within
sight of the city of LANCASTER, O. These
lands, are well improved, good farming lands,
and in theGREATLANCASTER GASBELT.
The great gas well, "The Old Man Himself." is
almost in sight, and the famous "Runner
Well," near Thurston, but a few miles away.
Correspondence and bids invited. Address
either- HENRY B. LEIST, Stoutsville. O.; or
J. 8. SITES, Attorney. Lancaster, O.; or
SAMUEL W. COURTRIGHT, Attorney, Clr
cieviUe, O. mh23-l-D
A E. L1NKENHE1MER,
645 Smithfield street. Pittsburg, Pa. FreiheiU
Freund Buildinc, second floor. mhSl-SQ-ilwT
BULLETIN OF AUCTION SAliESBX" -'
HENRY AUCTION CO.. LlM. - V -
. , - '.vSK
FRIDAY, MARCH 2V, at 10 o,clock..rarni
ture. carpets and household goods, 311 Market;
street M j..
FRIDAY. MARCH 29, at 10 o'clock;- -flna
house fnrnishments, at No. 163 North avenue
Allegheny. ,- .
SATURDAY, MARCH 30; at 10 o'clock; lino '
carpets and furniture, at No. 101 Grant street,'
City. f . "'
TUESDAY, APRIL 2, atthe rooms. 311 Marl
ket st, at 10 o'clock, fine carpets and furniture,
TCTTTTkA'V ATJDTT. C ... IA.N.1. t. JT -jj
A- A.AAS A. A . JU Ifcl-U IM. AV V ..IU..&. Ml 13 VWB-
signment household goods at 311 Market st,
TUESDAY, APRIL 9. fine furniture- and
general mdse., at 10 o'clock, 311 Market sc '
THUR3DAY, APRIL 11, unclaimed: freight
at the auction room', commencing at 10 o'clock,"
311 Market St. HENRY AUCTION CO.- - -
A UCTION SALE
FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 29, -At
10 o'clock, - --
At the rooms. No. 311 Market street, chamber
and parlor suits, library, office and dining room
furniture, kitchen and laundry fnrnishments,"
folding beds, wardrobes and hall racks, brussels
and ingrain carpets, 3 pianos, docks, lamps,
pictures, rugs, curtains, ornaments, shades,
wringers, linoleum, notions, toiletware, stoves, .
mattresses, feather beds, springs, dishes and
glassware, cribs, baby buggies, screens, refrig
erator, fire irons, fenders, shoes, tea, tinware,
bedsteads, bureaus, wasbstands, lot miscel
laneous goods, etc.. etc
HENRY AUCTION CO- LTM.. ,
mh2a-45 Auctioneers. -
CARPETS, FURNITURE AND
tnrr AT tvnti OO f Irt rt'rt1j-yL etiiiMt
NO. 168 NORTH AVE-ALLEGHENY.
Fine chamber suits, bed lounge, folding bed,
dressers, washstands, wardrobes, bedsteads,
fine toilet ware, shades, curtains, mattresses,
springs, comforts, brussels and ingrain car
pets, rugs, easy chairs, mirrors, pictures,-bric-a-brac,
ball rack, sideboard, extension table,'
dining chairs, dishes, cutlery, glassware, stover
House open at 8 o'clock on morning of thej
HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM.
AT AUCTION-FURNITURE, CARPETS,
curtains, AT 133 AND 135 SECOND AVE.,
On THURSDAY. March 28. at 10 A. Jr. ,
Fine fUrniture, elegant carpets, chenille and
lace curtains, rugs, hatrack, bookcase, refriger
ator, center tables, parlor suit, chamber suits,
lounges, engravings, marble clock, fire irons,
chairs, stores, bedding, etc. etc
House open at 9 A. 3f. Terms cash.
PITTSBURG AUCTION & STORAGE CO.
At No. 101 Grant st, on SATURDAY MORN
ING. March 30, 10 o'clock, of bedsteads, bu
reaus, washstands, bedding, mirrors, side
boards, chairs, tables, rockers, carpets, lino
leum, dishes, glassware and cooking utensils;
curtains, bed springs, lamps, etc etc; goods ou
view after8o'clockonmornlngof the sale.
HENRY AUCTION CO- LIM..
TJROPOSALS FOR LOCK ON MUSKIN
Y GUM RIVER-U. S. Engineer Office,
Zanesville, O., February 13, 18S9.
Sealed proposals, in duplicate, for furnishing
material and constructing a new masonry lock;
in the Muskingnni River at Taylorsville. Ohio,
10 miles below Zanesville, will be received at this
office until 1 p. at.. Central time, on Thursday,
th e 4th day of April, 1889. AH information f ur
nisbedon application to Lieut. Lansing H.
Reach, Corps of Engineers, Zanes
ville, Ohio. The attention of bid
ders is invited to the Acts of Con
gress approved Febrnarv26, 1885. and February
23, 1887. WILLIAM E. MERRILL. Lieut.
PROPOSALS FOR ARMOR-DECK, MA
TERIAL, etc, for monitor "Terror."
March 28, 18S9. Sealed proposals, indorsed
"Proposals for Armor-Deck Material," etc.
will be received at the Bnreau of Provisions
and Clothing. Navy Department, Washington,
D. C, until 11 o'clock A. St., April 20, 1889. and
publicly opened immediately thereafter, to
furnish ana deliver, at the Navy Yard. Brook
lyn, New York, about 95,000 pounds of plate,
shape, and rivet material for completing armor
deck and building hatch coamings and trunks
of the monitor "Terror." Blank proposals,
with specifications and description of the
above, can be obtained upon application to tha
Bureau, or to the General Storekeeper at tha
Navy Yard. New York. Tie bids decided by
lot. The Department reserves the right to re
ject any proposal not deemed ndvantaeeous to
the Government. JAMES FULTON. Pay
master General. U. S. Navy. mh23-7-y
LARGE -BUiQlHG SITES
LINDEN AVE. NEAR PENN, BAST END,
No lots sold less than 100 feet.
Finest elevation and view In the East End
yet convenient to P. R. R. and Fifth ave. and
ONLY $30 PER FRONT FOOT.
First buyers will get choice of lots.
BLACK& BAIRD, ;:
95 FOURTH AVENUE. -1
Call at office for plan. 1. 1 . .
For Sale (99) W.50O "Oakland Squares
dwellings, moderate, cash payment, balance
$500 per annum; new two-story and mansard
brick, 8 rooms, hall, batb. laundry, inside shut-,
ters, stationary tubs, slate mantels, tile hearths,,
range, hot and cold water, front and rear
fiorches, etc, large lot facing a beautiful pub-J
ic square, around which a street has been laid,
out, sewered, and is being paved with . aspbal
tnm; the whole surrounded with beautiful for
est trees; only 5 minutes from Fifth ave. cable
line SAMUEL W. BLACK? CO.. 99 Fourth,
FIFTH AVENUE, $.10,009!
Corner property, near Hiland, for sale, sub
stantial Two-Story Queen Anne1
Style, frame dwelling 10 rooms, reception hall,'
marble mantels, bath. laundry, and all conven
iences. This dwelling cost $10,000 to build, tho
entire first floor finished in solid walnut; very
large lot; a bargain.
TO LET. v -
GERMANIA SAVINGS BANK BTJTLDrNG,'
Corner Wood and Diamond streets.
15x20, and two connecting offices, 20x29 and t
l.lfi. MnA t)nfrlA'nffli.a 1v1C All m.IhJM1.
..., vuw a.u.v wu.bw, .ub&.u. .AM PpiCUlUIUJ
lighted; finished in modern stvle. All newly
painted and papered. POSSESSION AT ONCE.'
io PER CENT NET.-
Sixth Ward investment, U.O0O for all three
brick dwellings, with lot 26x97 on a good
street. Total rent $.M0per annum; a bargain.
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth, are. ,
Fifth avenue investment; 3 minutes', walk
from Court House: substantial, new, 11-rooia
brick dwelling; all conveniences; can easily! be .
converted into a business property: very deslra-
bly located and adapted for a physician; en
hancement certain. SAMUEL W. BLACK 4f
CO., 99 Fourth ave
fTIHE PITTSBURG CLASSICAL AND
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