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THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, -MONDAY, ABETL 15, , 1889.
AROUND OF HOT SHOT
Col. W, D. Moore Fires a Volley Into
i the Anti-Prohibition Banks.
(HE HITS DEALERS AKD AGNOSTICS
Hon. John F. Drayo Talks Temperance in a
OSfiEE AMENDMENT MEETINGS NOTED.
Colonel "W. D. Moore wade an address in
the Moorhcad building yesterday afternoon,
In -which he took occasion in his opening
remarks to repel an attack -which had been
made upon him by an evening paper. Pass
ing from this, he took up the speeches made
at the Brewers' Convention, in -which he
called the members "Dntch beasts," "Dutch
donkeys," and other pet names. "This is
all I can call them," he said. "They say
tbey could buy the influence of
every church woiker in Pennsylvania.
They buy votes! "Why, they are unworthy
to unlace the shoes of any Christian woman
in this city. That little boy in the audi
ence does not have a vote if he had
one.'he -would vote for prohibition; but the
Italian rascals -whom I saw naturalized yes
terday -will go and vote against prohibition.
God bless my soul! they are are only half
civilized, and they have no more right to
vote than that boyl I remarked to a lriend
that they should be civilired before they are
DRAWING IX FORCIBLY.
The speaker pointed out the dangers of
liquor drinking and the many graves he
had seen filled by friends who had died
drunkards. He concluded his remarks on
that phase of the subject by saying: "May
God Almighty's curse come down on
whisky and everything connected -with it!"
Continuing, he said: "Politicians go to
the whisky shops and buy up votes for
drinks of whisky. The men who run this
citvdo it!" . , ...
"Many of our city politicians show it in
their looks !" remarked an enthusiastic tem
perance worker who had interrupted the
speaker several times before with remarks.
"I think von re a little of a crank!
testily remarked Colonel Moore. The man
kept quiet after the rebuke.
"Some speakers advocate moral 'suasion;
you must persuade the liquor dealers not to
sell. Do you persuade a murderer not to
kill you? Do vou persuade a burglar not to
rob your housef Jjoyou neau wuu ""
You sav: 'You godforsaken ruffian, you are
going to rob me! "Well, I'll break your
head!' , .
"For 25 years I have been a lawyer, and
in all that time I only know of three kinds
of crime which were not directly traceable
to liquor. They are burglary, forging and
counterfeiting. These require judgment
and iorethought.'and the perpetrators never
TO DEALERS AND AGNOSTICS,
"lam in favor of the amendment, not
from personal reasons, but on the ground of
public policy. One liquor dealer in this
city had 587,000 receipts last year. "What
did he give this city in return? Nothing
but misery, crime ana aeoaucneryi
"There are two things I wish to say in con
clusion: "We are all brothers; and you are
your brother's keeper. Each day you are
hearing the jndment seat of God, and
must answer to Him. There are men who
deny the existence of God. They call them
selves Agnostics. They say they know
nothing. Then why, in the name of God
Almighty, are they 'trying to teach us who
do know something?
"They say 'do not abolish it, but only re
strict it.' Do we limit murders? Do we
say a burglar shall only rob so many houses
every night? Moral suasion is the doctrine
A TOUR 0E INVESTIGATION.
A .New Tork Editor Who Oai Been to
Kansas Describes the Temperance
Situation Dr. Boyle Talks to the
The Sons of Temperance had charge of
the meeting in the Opera House last night,
and Had the largest audience that has at
tended any of these weekly gatherings.
William Houston, Grand "Worthy Asso
ciate of the order, presided. Pev. T. N.
Boyle was the hrst speaker. In the course
of his remarks he spoke in the highest
terms of T. V. Powderly. He said he was
in hearty sympathy with Mr. Powderly's
efforts to stop drinking among the -working-men,
and in hearty sympathy with his
order and the principles on which it is
based. .The speaker asserted that the direct
cause of the workingmen losing in their big
strikes in this State was whisky.
While Mr. Boyle was speaking he was
interrupted by a"noisy fellow in the gallery,
finally the speaker lost patience and said:
"That fellow is a fair representative of the
saloons. He is too cowardly to come down
on this platform and show himself. I dare
him to do it."
The house applauded, but the man in the
gallery did not come down nor did he inter
Ii. A. Maynard. one of the editors of the
New York Observer, followed Mr. Boyle.
The Obterrer has never taken a position on
the prohibition question and to decide it
prohibition was -worth supporting, it sent
Mr. Maynard to Kansas to investigate and
he is now on his -way home. He said he
was in 11 of the larger cities and many of
the smaller towns.
As the result of his labors be would not
say that prohibition was a failure; neither
would he say it was an unqualified success.
He would say that he could not find an
open saloon in all Kansas. The state of
puhlii sentiment was overwhelmingly in
favor of prohibition, and the almost in
variable answer to his question was that
should the law be submitted now it would
have an overwhelming majority.
Mr. Maynard had a Pittshnrg Sunday
paper which published two accounts of
a5 'prohibition's work in Kansas. He handled
prohibition is a failure in rather a rough
manner. Among other things he said that
this was the only man that the liquor deal
ers could find in all Kansas who would
' come East and belie his own State; that his
paper was insignificant, was only mentioned
in one newspaper directory, and in that the
circulation was not given, although the
circulation of country papers with 300
issues is given.
OTHER MEETINGS. ' '
ham Street M. E. Church. He read the
parable of the Good Samaritan, and com
pared the world to it, saying that the
wounded man was the drunkard, and his
assailants were those dragging him idown.
All of his hearers should act the part of the
Samaritan and endeavor to lift the unfortu
nate out of his misery.
The various arguments used against pro
hibition were taken up and answered, the
speaker reading the opinions of a number
of eminent men who have studied the ques
tion i Iowa and Kansas. He remarKecs
"Judas Iscariotwas a patriot, compared to
the man who favored the sale of liquor be
cause of the revenue it brings to the State.
He pictured the results of the liquor
habit, saying that high license would only
restrain, not overcome, it. His address was
closed with an appeal to young men to vote
for prohibition next June.
The attendance was fair; butthespeaK
er's address was so full of quotations that
its interest was lessened.
MILK FOR THE MASSES.
Dealers Arrange for 3,000 to 4,000 Gallons
nt Once, With 12.000 Dally la 6Iht-Cheesc-ninklnc
to Stop lor Them.
Charles Beitz, as the representative of the
Milk Dealers' Association of Pittsburg and
Allegheny, has returned irom ueon;ciii
O., a small Swiss settlement near, Salem,
and the principal industry of which hereto
fore has been the manufacture of cheese.
He negotiated for, and almost completed
arrangements with seven cheese factories
there, which will cease operations soon, for
the daily delivery over the Ft Wayne
Eailroad of between 3,000 and 4,000 gallons
The first consignment will arrive to-day,
and Mr. Eeitz said to a reporter that there
would be an ample supply of the lacteal
fluid for all dealers and customers alike.
Later on, when every cheese factory in or
near Georgetown has shutdownnearlyi 12,000
gallons ot milk will be received daily.
Georgetown is about 85 miles from this
city, on two railroads, the Port Wayne and
New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio, and
the only obstacle which prevented the asso
ciation from perfecting all arrangements to
receive the milk was that trains did not
itop there conveniently. This has been
overcome, with the result above stated.
PALM SUNDAY OBSERVED.
TWO LEADERS MEET.
President McBride and Master Work
man Rea Converse Pleasantly.
A CONTRADICTORY STATEMENT.
The Miners' Wage Scale Will likely he
Settled. This Afternoon,
STRENGTH OP ORGANIZED COLLIERS
InterestlnE Services In All the CaJhollo
Yesterday was observed in all the Catholic
churches of the two cities as Palm Sunday.
At St Paul's Cathedral solemn high mass
was celebrated at 1030 o'clock byKev.
Father Molineaux. The passion was sung
bv Fathers Straub, Phelanand McDermott
Father Straub took the part of Christ,Father
Phelan that of the rabble and Father Mc
Dermott the narrative of the passion. Im
mediately belore the mass the palms were
blessed and distributed.
The solemn services of Holy Week will
be begun to-morrow evening with the tene
brae. On Thursday the blessing of all the
oils used in the administration of the sacra
ments will be done. Nearly all the priests
of the diocese will be present to receive
their supplv of oils. They will also take
part in the services, which will begin at 10
O ClOCK. ....,.,
At St Peter's Pro-Cathedral, Allegheny).
Bishop Phelan celebrated the mass, after
which the palms were distributed.
Father Murphy. President of the Holy
Ghost College, delivered an interesting ser
mon at the services in St Paul's last even-
ing. un naay evening me seruiuu u uw
"Passion" will be delivered by one of the
Passionists from the Southside Monastery.
FOR THE TEA PARTI.
Tho Final Arrangements Made Yesterday
for the Event.
A meeting of all the ladies interested in
the, tea party for the benefit of St Paul's
Cathedral, to be held in Lafayette Hall
Wednesday, April 24, was held yesterday
in the episcopal residence on Grant street
Beports were received from the ladies in
eharsre of the different tables and booths.
The aids were appointed yesterday, and
everything now looks lavorable for the suc
cess ot the party.
A Raid Made on Tramps.
Lieutenant Fitzgerald and Officers Madi
gan and O'Brien arrested six tramps at
Bobison's Coke Works, on Second avenue,
near Soho, early yesterday morning. The
tramps have been stealing tools at the ovens.
Magistrate Hyndman sent them 30 days to
Held on a Grave Charge.
Joseph Orgill was sent to the workhouse
yesterday to be held there 60 days. A
serious eharsre may be brought against him
and two others not arrested. The evidence
showed that the three broke open the door
of Mrs. Kate Sholes' house and maltreated
The D ade Clare Gang Among Them.
The trial list for the Criminal Court to
day is as follows:
Commonwealth vs Oliver Force; Valentine
Gnckert, Ed W. Henly et al. Dude Clare et al,
Mike Derrick. Paul Lochner. Ben Jefferson,
John Gllson, John Connelly (2), Mary Qmnney,
Joseph Wadge alias Zlerney, George Smith.
Judge BrokaWs Profitable Sunday.
At the hearing before Magistrate Brokaw
yesterday morning Frank Smith, David
Hawkins. Michael Fickley, Henry Kline
and Israel Schwartz were each fined S5 and
costs. Twenty otner cases were uispuseu ui.
The receipts of the hearing were $75.
The Women's Exchange.
The third annual meeting of the subscrib
ers to the Women's Industrial Exchange
will be held on Wednesday, April 17, at
3 o'clock, at the T. M. C. A. parlor. The
work of the past year will be reviewed and
other business of" importance transacted, in
cluding the election by the subscribers ot
the Board of Managers for the ensuing year.
The meeting is limited to subscribers. Any
ladies mar become subscribers by leaving
their names andpaying $1 or more at the
rooms or to the Treasurer before the meet
Cloak Department "We have just
opened an elegant line of vest front jackets,
all sizes and colors, at S12 50 each, the hand
somest garment shown this season at the
price. HUGUS & HACKE.
Two great labor leaders, the heads of rival
organizations met yesterday afternoon for
the first time and greeted each other very
cordially, although they had been
making contradictory claims for some
time past They were John Mo
Bride, President of the Miners'
National Progressive Union, and John B.
Bea, Master Workman of N. T. A. 135, K.
of L., composed of coal miners. The two
gentlemen had been acquainted, but had
not met since their elevation to the high po
sitions they now hold.
President McBride states that the N. P.
TJ. is on top, and the K. of L. miners are, to
use a slang expression, "in the soup." Mas
ter Workman Bea made a similar state
ment, but transposed the names, saying that
the K. of L. was on top.
A representative of this paper saw both
gentlemen separately and received from
them the alleged standing of their organiza
tions. Both sides claimed supremacy and
offered to prove their statements, but the
offers were not taken. Mr. Bea was invited
to meet Mr. McBride and repeat his state
ments and he. -accepted the invitation. The
Dispatch reporter accompanied him to
Mr. McBride's room in the Home Hotel and
the two gentlemen shook hands and greeted
each-other very pleasantly. Although they
are both working hard to kill the rival or
ganizations, they seemed to be very much
pleased over the fact that they had met.
.OUST COMPARING NOTES.
In order to obtain some correct figures as
to fhe standing of the two organizations
The Dispatch reporter put two questions
to each of the men. President McBride was
asked: "What is the membership of the
National Progressive Union, and what
is the membershiD of the N. T. A.
135, K. of L?" He merely smiled and de
clined to answer either question. The same
questions were reversed and put to Mr. Bea,
and he said: "We have from 19,000 to 20,000
members, and I do not know how many
members the N. P. U. has got altogether."
This was all that was said on the .subject,
and the conversation was turned to the
eight-hour movement Mr. John Flannery,
who was present, joined in the conversation
and upheld the Knights of Labor. Mr.
McBride said that the eight-hour move
ment was suggested by the Knights of Labor
several years ago, but no. attempt had been
m,tn pnfnrre it Mr. Fltinnerv stated
that when the American Federation of
Trades inaugurated the movement which is
to go into effect in May, 1890, the K. of L.
was not asked to assist, and consequently
they could not expect any support or sym
Tmthv from that order. He believes that
the Knights will try to aid in making eight
hours a day's work.
Mr. McBride, in speaking of the object
of his visit to this city, said:
I was invited to attend a convention of West
ern Pennsylvania miners, to be held at K. of L.
hall, on Monday. At this convention four dele
gates will be elected to attend tho joint confer
ence on the wage question.
THE PRESENT PROSPECT.
This conference may be held in the after
noon, but it Is hardly likely that anything will
be done before Tuesday. There will be lour
Ohio miners and a like number of operators
and four miners and four operators from West
ern Pennsylvania. If they agree to accept the
terms offered by the operators work will con
tinue a usual. I think the Ohio men will con
sent, but cannot say anything about the West
ern Pennsylvania delegation until alter the
convention on Aionuay.
John Nugent, the Master Workman of
sub-Division 6, N. T. A. 135. K. of L.,
which is composed of Hocting Valley
miners, was also in the city yesterday. He
denies the statement made by W. T. Lewis
that they only bad 500 members in the val
ley. He said: '
We have over 2.000 members, and In New
Straitsville, where I reside, we have as many
members as Lewis credited us with in the en
tire region. We have offered to meet the N.
P. U. in mass meeting and decide which or
ganization Bhoald rnle the valley. They re
fused, saying we had no right to take onr
majority with their minority. That statement
is sufficient to show which side is on top in the
Master Workman Bea has returned from
n. tour throush the Connellsville coke
region and makes the following report as to
the membership of the Knights in that
At tho Valley Works we are In control. The
N. P. U. hasjmly three members, and the Sec
retary has applied for admission to the
Knights. At Bridgeport there is no N. P. U.
at all and none at Tarr's station; but onr local
assembly at this place is not in good shape. At
Redstone the Knights of Labor have a
local assembly and it is increasing in
membershiD. The N. P. U. has a local at Al
ton. The Clinton men have expressea their
willingness to be controlled by the K. of L.
There are 200 men employed at Stonerville, and
rinrmr the nast few weeks the membership of
the Knights has increased from 17 to 8a At
Ruffsdale we have 45 members, but the strike
has scattered many of the workers.
IK DIFFERENT LOCALITIES.
There is no local of the N. P. U. at this place.
At TJnlontown nearly every miner is a Knight
The N. P. U. local broke up about three weeks
ago. At Jlmtown the K. of L. has complete
control and the other organization is not
known. Gleason Yards is controlled by the
Knights,' but the N. P. U. has nine members at
this place. There is not any organization at
Davidson. The local at Morrell is increasing
rapidly. The local at Trotter has lapsed, but
the men want to oe reorganizea. inuivision
No. 4. which takes in the Connellsville coke
region, we have from 1,700 to 1,800 members,
and the N. P. U. has not more than 500.
In conclusion, Mr. Bea said:
I have heard Mr. Lewis' offer to bet money
that his organization has more members than
ours In the Pittsburg district. I will bet S25
that there are three Knights to every one Pro
gressive Union man in this district. I will also
bet that the N. P.U. has not more than 75 mem
bers in the Tough VaUey, or 40 in the Wheel
ing division. I will give them the benefit of the
doubt, as I do not believe they have more than
25 men In either of -the districts I have named.
THE DARKER SIDJ5 AT CENTRAL.
A Sabbath Hearing of Those Who Are Pay
ing for Tbelr Own Sins.
"This people hath sinned a great sin,"
was the chosen text at Central station
yesterday morning, and the mistaken ones
took their gruel as If they deserved it, and
they certainly did
. James Paxon and Mick Murray pushed
each other about like a couple of school
boys. Each one wanted the other fellow to
hit first Justice Gripp knocked both chips
off their shoulders with a $5 40 fine.
A sister of James Cahill testified that he
was thrashing his father and mother. An
officer was called, and J. C. drew a knife
and wanted to kill somebody. The copper
said his name wasn't somebody, and brought
.Timmv In An ttin dfld TOTI. The UOUrt
thought 514 40, or 30 days, was about his.
Messrs. Mnrrav and Lockhart auit eating
and went to fighting in a downtown restaur
ant They chose a bad location, and must
pay $8 40 each or go up.
Thos. Griffith was so full he didn't know
what to do to amuse himself, and, while
thinking about it, fell plumb through a
door. This was so fnnny he went and feu
through some more. Ten days in jail, un
less he pays a fine, will give him time to
hatch up another brilliant scheme.
The docket read, ".aiary jucuinnis,
33Display advertisements one dollar per
square or one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on thtt page tuch as Wanted, For Sale,
2b Let, etc., ten cents per line or each Inser
tion, and none taken or less than fifty cents.
nn TO'nfor'" lint fnr the sake of the prohi
bition cause, it should be" said "Water
street" was intended. Mary will serve her
county for 30 days. ,
The same man was there who was dying
trt An nn un officer. The noliceman a'ked
him what his name was, and this seemed to
insult James Lauehlinr who squared off,
etc., with the usual result
James Connelly and a couple of men
amused themselves choking Anna Kane,
varying the monotony by drawing a knife
and threatening to carve anybody who in
terfered with their innocent amusement
One little officer, backed only by the strong
arm of the law, dragged in the whole gang,
and Connelly heads the list with 30 days.
Then came the same old stories ot rum
and ruin, and wretchedness; but they are
told so oft in Central they are known by
heart The incidents and results are always
the same; the only thing new being the
J. G. BENNETT it CO.,
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offloea have been
established at the following places,
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 he prepaid1 except -where
advertisers already have accounts with THE DIS
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 3fcfl Butler street.
EMIL G. STUCKEY, Z4th street and Penn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY & CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton St.
N. STOKELY, Firth Avenue Market Hoase.
J. W. WALLACE, 6ia Fenn avenue.
MCALLISTEK & BHElBLER,Staav. iAtwood it
JACOB SFOHN, No. 2 Carson street.
C1IAS. SCHWAKM, 17OT Carson street.
A. J. KAEKCHEK, 59 Federal street.
H. J. MCBKIUE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FRED H. EGGE11S. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
Jj F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. IV. HUGHES, rennsvlvania and Beaver ares.
J FERRY M.GLEIM. ltehecca and Allegheny aves.
FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-CHEAPEST PROPERTY IN THE
city. 12-room frame house: nrst-elass conai
tlon; eight lots, 23x175 each, five mlnntcs from
streetcars; price $,000. lr sold Immediately. i-?i"
dress J. C. JC, Ulspatch office. aptt-
37-OR SALE NO. 15 SECOND AVE., GOOD,
1 new dwelling. 9 rooms with latest conveni
ences: lot 20x80 feet: this property will be sold at a
low price, with. certainty to the purchaser of ati--vanclng
In price in the near future. W. A.
HEBRON & SON S, N o. 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-HOUSE AND LOT, 629 FIFTH
ave., at auction, estate of John Schwelnstet
ter, deceased; sale on piemlses Thursday, April
18, at 2 o'clock: lot 40x100: excellent brick house,
six rooms, attic and cellar; immediate possession;
A .t.lfv rni fncTi0t1fn Trnm 1 till ft O'ClOCK:
terms f2,UX cash In ten days, balance to suit
buyer; a grand chance to get a nice, cheery, com
fortable home. A. LEG GATE & SON, Auction
eers, 31 Federal st., Allegheny. ayVSrjl
FOR SALE A MAGNIFICENT BLUFF
street residence, overlooking the Mononga
hcla river, containing 8 elegant large and hana
eomeiy papered rooms, bath, large closets, range.n.
and c.water. Inside V. c, washstands, both gases,
slate mantels; all the modern conveniences; a de
sirable neighborhood; this property will be sold
cheap If taken at once: immediate possession.
BLACK i, BA1HD, 95 Fourth ave. .
aplS-85-13,15, 16,17.18,19, 20, 23. 24. 25, 26. 27
FOR BALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOB SALE-AN ODORLESS EXCAVATING
apparatus, tank, pump and hose, in very
good condition: very cheap. H. E. STOVER, 2312
Sroadst., Altoona, Pa. ayli-il
FOR SALE-FURNITURE, HORSE, BUGGIES,
etc., 620 Fifth avenue, at auction. FRIDAY,
April 19, at 2 o'clock. There are lace curtains.
Brussels carpets, secretary, wardrobes, marble top
dressing bureau, washstand and tables, bedsteads,
mattresses, sola, hair seat and cane seat chairs,
lounge, clocks, hatrack, pictures, aquarium,
plants, two superior leather top buggies, nearly
new, driving mare, several dozen stonemason
tools, cement, harness, etc., etc. A. LEGGA1E &
SON, Auctioneers. apl2-41
FOR SALE -CONFECTIONERY. STOCK AT
auction: the wholesale and retail confectlon
,nr TthndM ir. wra-r- 77 Federal st.. Allegbe-
., -----" Y-1---. .;-- ."tj -'... H. I
fly, aecilQlDK DUSiaess, nw ire im .w uo ,
. Tnatriir Anrlim t 10 n'rlock: ereat varletv 7.
rtlTY TAXES NOTICE, IS HEREBT
j given that the duplicates for March ana
September installments of City. Special and
Sub-District School Taxes for the yearl8
have been placed in my hands for collection by
the Board of Assessors authorized to assess the
same. . , ,
First Installment of City Taxes payablola
March or April, second Installment payable la
April or September. Five per cent discount al
lowed on second installment only, if paid wita
first: Installment In month, of March, but no
discount is allowed on first installment.
Business Tax and Water Rents payable In.
month of June. Five per cent added on all
delinquent taxes on May L, on July 1 for Busi
ness Tax and "Water Rents, and October 1 for
second installment of City Taxes.
No statement furnished unless you. intend
Pai2"?4 se? v" ""rr,..- D- .- tfi
UmCeVUiin JiBPlT WyCU WWUM.UI..U.IMJ . T
on Tuesday, April 16, at 10 o'clock ; great variety z . d A.priL until 8 o'clock P. W.
of confectionery and material used In maauiac- Jnarca aim jz-y ", " "T1RNTiTRT,
East End Residences.
SALE-EAST END, PITTSBURO, SM
ed wrraisH, 410
Jt? acres fronting. on finished pavedavenue wltn
large house, tenant house and outbuilding ati only
long time payments.
FOR SALE-A NEAT 6-ROOM HOUSE, WITH
nice lot. In the East End. contiguous to rail
road and station; 6 rooms, natural gas, porches,
cellar, hall, etc., etc.: 3,000, on easy PTmen":
possession given at once. JAS. W. DBA"t. s,
CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. apl3-98-D
turlng, nuis, irons, cigars, cannra goous, vtu
ments. One store fixtures, counters, show eases.
scales, furnaces, bakers' supplies, board:, molds,
knives, etc., in endless assortment: three horses,
large peddling wagon, harness, etc., etc.; every
thing must be sold without reserve; retail confec
tioners specially invited. A. LEGGA1E&SON,
mt T.TT rsnrm T.ROOM BRICK HOUSE.
L Klrkpatrlckave., Allegheny: bath, laundry,
w.c. large yard; 128; no water tax. W. W.SIC
.NE1LL 3EO., 105 Fourth ave. apl4-74
TO LET-BRICK HOUSE. HALL AMI) 7
rooms: grained, sewerage; No. 19 Fulton St.,
Allegheny ; ?S! per mo. J.M.STON ER, No. 22 Bake
well Building, cor. Grant and Diamond. ap9-ts
ueen Anhc residence and good lot. In the
"CWR SALE-AT A
II rntnn Ayifin mi
East find, near Hlland and Penn avenues, nat
TTTANTED-A GOOD TINNER -APPLY
W DHYNAS&3QN. Sewlckley, Pa. apl3-22
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS BARBER: GER
MAN preferred. Apply at once. P. RENK.
ART, 209 Federal St., Allegheny. Pl5-14
Scotruand Irish work. A
BELL1S, 77 Michigan st,, Clevelam
VV Scotrlmnd Irish work. Apply to W. L.
.... .n T... . . ... ,..:, 1
WA.NTKD-MAN THAT CAN DO SOME RE
PAUtt and drive wagon for furniture store.
Address L. STRUB, Beaver FallB, Pa. ap!4-21
whnm .Mul wir,.a will he n&id. AddrCSS
CHAMPION NUT LOCK CO., Peo'ia, 111.
English and American Hats, Corner Wood
Street and -Fifth Avenue.
Yes, I have concluded hereafter to buy
all my hats at Bennett's. I find their
styles correct, their goods as represented,
and their assortment ot imported and Amer
ican hats the largest. They are agents for
Youmnn, Fifth avenue, New York.
JJunlap & Co., Fifth avenue, New York.
Stetson & Co., Fifth avenue, New York.
Heath & Co., London.
Christy & Co., London. x
Lincoln, Bennett & Co., London.
Harmon & Co., London.
CLOSING OUT AT GREAT SACRIFICE.
WANTED-GOOD, RELIABLE MEN TO
sell household necessities, novelties and
uxurles on easy payments. E. GATELY s, CO.,
22 Wylle ave. apl4-104
WANTED-YOUNG MAN TO DO CLOCK
and Jewelry repairing: good reference re
quired, inquire at once JAS. MCKEE, Jeweler,
ti etc.: everything new
immediate possession: will
be sold at a great bargain. JAS. W. DKAlE
CO., VS Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. apl3-97-P .
oral eas. bath. w.
and in prime order:
SALE WASHINGTON ST., ALLE
GHENY, near parks, brick house ofsrooms.
bath, lavatory, both gases, laundry: lot it leet
front; fG.600; terms easy. W. W. MCNEILL &
JlltO., 105 Fourth ave. aplS-J-MW
D home at Ingram; new; Brooms: laundry, nat
gas: porches; lot, 50x140; variety or fruit: fe 650:
very easy terms. W. W. MCNEILL & BBO.. 105
Fourth ave. P14-'4
TO LET A. LARGE BRICK. UWELblflUUJ
Stockton avenue, near Federal street, ANe-
nenv; 14 rooms, natural gas, etc., eic. -' "
& 1V; ISfrOUCUlBTCUUCf'XUMUU.ft.
jijc safett, 1 .
l., April U, 1889. J
3 WILL BE RE-
TO LET -ALLEGHENY HOUSES - NO. 3
Frazlerst. 0 rooms. 21: No. SKlrkpatrlck
ave.. 0 rooms, 22; No. 252 Federal St.. 4 rooms,
fa; No. 68 Hamlin St.. 2rooms. (9 50; Harrison St.,
rooms, l; 196 South ave., 4 rooms. 12; McDon
ald St.. Eleventh ward. 6 rooms, ?18. A. LEG
GATE & SON, 31 Federal St. apl3-2S
TO LET HOUSE 10 BOOMS, WITH GARDEN,
stable, etc., near Patterson station, P. C &
Y. R. B.. and Crafton, P. C. A St. L. R. E. In
quire of B. F. SHAFFERS, Crarton. Pa., orad
dress F. C. B1GOEBT, Rochester. Pa. mh21-63
mnl.flini.l)i SKWIfiKLKY. 7 MINUTES
I from station, new 2-story and mansard resi
dence of 10 rooms, reception nail, bath andmpd-
iOR SALE-SUMMER COTrAGE AT POINT
iTiiintaiinna. N. Y.: handsome Swiss cottage,
9 rooms, grates, nice grounds, boat house, bath.
etc. ; S3, 250. Apply to J. A. DALY. 519 w est ay e. ,
FOR SALE LOTS.
rr ANTED - AN AMBITIOUS. EARNFST
VV man. located outside principal cities, to
represent. In his own locality, a responsible house;
good salary; references. MANUFACTURER,
Lock box 1610, N. Y. OC7-48-M
WANTED-AGENTS IN EVERT TOWN IN
the U. S. to sell our family Homeopathic
medicines; steady work: can make 812 to 418 per
week. DR. O'KEEFE & CO., Homeopathic chem
ists. 34 Filth ave. and 428 Penn ave. apl4-144
WANTED IMMEDIATELY A GOOD
marble cutter and a flrst-class marble
polisher. Address, statlnglowest wages will work
for, no time for correspondence, DUNNING
MARBLE AND GRANITE CO.. Erie. Pa.
Lnco Curtains, Portieres, Upholstery Goods,
Table covers, easels, screens 'poles, etc., at
private sale for the next six days regardless
of cost. Now is the time to buy fine silk
and lace curtains at your own price, as all
the goods must be sola to vacate store.
Notice. Auction sale afternoons and
evenings, private sale mornings, on ana
after Monday.April 22, until entire stock is
Sold. H. HOLTZMAN & SONS,
35 Sixth st.
Don't fail to get one of these heatjtiful
Easter souvenirs given to each purchaser of
1 lb. tea, 2 lbs. coffee or 1 lb. baking powder
at all our stores, commencing to-day and
every day this -week.
Geeat Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.,
34 Fifth avenue, Pittsburgh
1703 Carson street, Pittsburg.
4314-Butler street, Pittsbursr,
6127 Penn avenue. Pittsburlr.
126 Federal street, Allegheny.
128Tifth avenue, IcKeesport.
WANTED-A TAILOR COATJIAKEK AND
cutter who can take charge of a trade;
food wages and a good lob for right man. Apply,
. J. TOPPING, Merchant Tailor, 17 Anderson
St., Allegheny, or 34 Fifth ave., Pittsburg.
WANTED-3 FIRST-CLASS MARBLE AND
granite salesmen; must have experience in
this line; one for tho city of Pittsburg and Alle
gheny and two to travel elsewhere. Address,
stating experience. DUNNING MARBLE AND
GRAN1TECO., Erie, Pa. mh26-78
Enst End Lots.
FOB SALE-TERY DESIRABLE LOT ON
Grazier street, Brushton, Bank of Commerce
addition plan, 40x135 feet: this Is a bargain. JNO.
F. BAXTER, Agent, 512 Smlthneld St.
FOR SALE-2 ACRES OF GROUND. EAST
EN D, close to rallraafl station: is well salted
for laying oat in lots: a rare bargain to settle up
an estate? JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO., IgFourtS
avenue, Pittsburg. apl3-99-"WS
IOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS AT DALLAS STA
TU im v H. K convenient to steam and
street cars;cheap and on easy terms; situation un
surpassed: price ranging from S106 to sooo. inquire
ofD. C. NEULEi, oioo renn ave., xistjiuu.
v.rr lArora vard
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO.. 99 Fourth
' OFFICE OF
TiTrpAiiTirENT of Public i
BtTBKATX OF FlBE,
PrrrsBtrBa. Pa, .
i roTVKii at tn omes or tne jty wuuot.
ri. ., unvniv An-41 99 1RR9 fttlP.W
for tne rejiairine; painting;, cribbing; and clean
ing dirt at No. 10 engine house.
Plans and specifications can be seen at tn
office olF.C. Saner, architect, rooms Nos.
and 10, northwest corner of Sixth and Liberty
streets. ... .
Bonds In double tho amount of bids must a
company each proposal; said bonds to be pro
bated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves tnf
lh n rtAaft- n mr all tld
" "J ' J. O.BROWN,
Chief of Department of Public Safety.
TO LET-MY HOUSE. THIRTEEN ROOMS,
at Laurel Station, Ft. Wayne road, all mod
ern Improvements, stable and carnage house, two
acres grouad, with liver view. Inquire on prem
ises. Or at 219 Lacock street, Allegheny. WM-T.
mo LET-FARM. VERY CHEAP. A NICE
J farm near the city, about 56 acres, dwelling
and outbuildings, large orchard, small fruit, etc.
rrwil tilif fnr d1rr nr frnlt farm: wlU rent ver
low to a careful tenant; immedtate possession,
DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pitts-
Offices. Scvk Room, itc
TO LET-OFFICES CHEAP, ON FOURTH
ave., in the-mldst of financial center. In Dall
moyer block. W. A. HERKON SONS, No. 80
Fourth ave. ap6-34-8, 9, 12, 15,18,22,25, 23
FUB SAL E-CLIFTON AVENUE, ALLE
GHENY, two choice lots, 23x17a at st.200
each; elevator and electric car. A. LEGGATE &
SON, 31 Federal street, Allegheny. api-lJS-M
IOR SALE-A LARGE LOT ON PERRYS-
VILLe. avenue, Aiiegneny, un xiuo u. cic.. .
cars: 37x177 reet: spienaia locality. o. n.
DRAPE 4 CO.. 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
WANTED BOOK AGENTB OF EXPER
IENCE In every county in Western Penna.
and West Va.; good cdramlsslon and exclnslve
control 'on a work ofunusrial merit. WM. F.
MAXON. Gen'l Ageut, room 23 McCance block,
Liberty and Seventh ave., Plttsbnrg.Pa. apll-2-D
WANTED AGENTS ON SALARY: 75 PER
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-P
Wives, Sisters or Sweethearts,
All are interested in Easter bonnets. Come
to the grand millinery opening at The
People's Store. Thurs'day, Friday and Sat
urday, and make your choice. .
Campbell & Dick,
jrw 83, 85, 87 and 89 Fifth avenue. ,
Of India silks, challies, plain, striped and
figured nets; plain, striped and plaid mo
hairs; also high class novelty, street and
TTTANTED-TWO GIRLS AT WESTERN HO
W TEL, cor. SANDUSKY AND ROBINSON
-IXTANTED TWO GOOD EXPERIENCED
VV chambermaids at BOLEY'S HOTEL, 31
FOR SALE-LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street. Allegheny, in
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MCN AUG HER, 43 N. Diamond st.
FOR SALE A SMALL FARM OF 18 ACRES,
near railroad and city; dwellings and out
buildings, orchard, etc., etc.: price only K,oOO.
JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue.Pltts
to S3 Diamond.
ANTED-POS1T10N BY A GOOD CHEM-
IsT: can give best ofrefcrences.
WANTED-OFFICE GIRL IN DENTAL OF
FICE: must not he afraid of work. Ad
dress DENTAL, Dispatch office. apl5-23
ANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; good wages and nice place;
ocereaulred. Apply 17 ANDERSON" ST.,
AUegbeay City. "-a
AN EXPERIENCED COOK TO
references required; good wages,
TTT 1 KTF.1V
W assist with laundry work in a family of
Parcels & Jones,
' 20 Fifth ave.
B. it B.
Special attractions and special accommo
dations in the curtain room for this week.
Each piece is a money saver.
Boggs & Buhl.
Our Great Sale of Xlder-Down Quilts nnd
Covers of French saline and satin
hundreds here to-day best quality
Booth & Fox make you'd buy them in
July at these prices.
Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenne Stores.
Ladies' suit parlor, "Wednesday;- Thurs
day, Friday. Latest styles of spring suits,
house robes and wrappers.
Parcels & Jones, 29 Fifth ave.
NOTICE-THK MEMBERS OF ALLE
GHENY Lodge No. 49, 1. O. O. F., will as
semble In Colfax' Hall, 99 Fifth avenue, on
MONDAY AFTERNOON at 1 tfclock, sharp,
to attend the funeral of our late Brother P. O.,
"W. B. McEwen. Members of sister lodges are
Invited to attend.
By order of G. W. HOFFMAN. N. G.
fl. A. PHILLIPS, Sec'y. apl4-b6
Male and Female Heln.
WANTED COOKS, CH AMBERMAIDS,
dining room girls, 100 house girls, German
and colored girls, man and wife for dairy. French
and German waiters, garueuer mwiwu uouwo.
FOR SALE-OR EXCHANGE-EXCELLENT
farm or252 acres; lies level and rolling: brick
house, 10 rooms; large bank oarn, orchard good
frultT board fences, splendid -water, limestone
soil: near large towns and railroad; not far from
.. . . .It. ......v n. at.,,1
city; wm exenaaxe iwr uij iiiwiia.; t ..
GRABBING & LYON, 135 Fourth avenue. ,
OR SALE-AT BAILROAD STATION.TOWN
convenient to Pittsburg, 10 acres, 5 acres
orchard; also small fruits by the acre; good,
large cottage, 6 rooms, 2 halls, cellar, veran
da, frame bank barn, outbuildings; fenced;
good water; fine views over Ohio river -and ad
joining towns: everything complete and in good
7rder:only,200. ED WITTISH, 410 Grant St.,
Pittsburg. Pa. aplO-30-D
mo LET- IN THE
J Smithfleld, 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, Smithfleld street:
good light; reasonable rent. Inquire at T. MEL
LON SON'S BANK, 512 and 514 Smithfleld
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE.
CE1VED at the office of the City Control
ler until FRIDAY. April 19, A- D. 1S89, at 2 1.
jr.. for the f ollowlngt
Three sprintline carts, two attachments for
sprinkling carts, five street sweepers (one and
two horse power), eravel, sand, Liconler block
stone, lrreeular block stone and screenings,
wooden blocks, flagstone crossings, hose,
brooms, cement, sewer castings, hardware, tar,
pitch and lumber, repairs to Vulcanite pave
ments for one year, and canvas awning around
Specifications can be seen at the office of tho
Chief of the Department of Public Works.
Bonds in double the amount of the bids musfi
accompany each proposal, said bonds to be pro
bated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves, tho
right to reject any or all bids.
E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Pnblic Works.
TO LET GERMANIA SAVINGS BANK,
building, corner A ood and Diamond streets
four offices at low rent; one single office, 15x20, and
two connecting offices, 20xiS and 15x18; one single
office. Ixl5; all splendidly lighted: finished In
modern style; all newly painted and papered: pos
session at once. mh30-83-D
TO LET-FURNISHED BOOM-24 WESTERN
ave., near lrwln: one minute's walk from
Park: suitable for two gentlemen; reference re
Department of Pubmc Works.
Pittsbceo. April G. 18S9. S
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at tho office of the Cltv Controller
until the 17th day ot April, A. D. 1K89, at 2
o'clock P. St., for furnishing fuel for Brilliant,
Bedford and Herrou Hill pumping stations,
from the 15th day of April. 18S9, until the lath,
day of April, 1890, to bo delivered at the differ
ent works; also forfurnishlng and delivering to
Brtlllint Tinmninp station. A.V. R.R.. jour
I brass packing rings, each 65-inch outer and 61
lncn inner aiameier. buu mico u ms
quarter inches wide, finished sizes, to be com
posed of nine parts copper and one part tin, to
be bored and turned so as to make steam
tight joints. Probated bonds as follows;
Brilliant Pumping Station, twenty-fiva
thousand dollars; Hereon Hill Pumping;
Station, five thousand dollars: Bedford
Pumping Station, five thousand dollars,
packing rings, five hundred dollars, muss
accompany each bid Sid the bondsmen must
be property holderswresiding In Allegheny
county. No bid will be considered unless ac
companied by bonds in the above amounts,
probated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
For speclncatlons, blanks on which bids must
be made, and all other information, apply at
the office of Superintendent of Water Supply
and distribution, fourth floor. Municipal Hall.
The Department of Awards reserves therighS
to reject any and all bids. BIQELOW
Chief of Department of Public Works. ,
TOLET-CHOICE APARTMENTS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping, with gas, water and bath, on
line or street cars. Apply to J.G.MORROW'S
SHOE STORE, 289 Ohio St., Allegheny, ap-13-59
IOR SALE-OR EXCHANGE FOB WESTERN
lmnroved lands-nropertr and established
business in nttsDure worm ku.uw. im nu'
11SH, 410 Grant st.
, Pittsburg, A-a.
E OR SALE-PROMISING INVESTMENTS AT
Sea Girt and Spring Lake, N. J., to party or
parties Vith money: see this paper to-morrow or
address SAM'L B. HUEY, At., Philadelphia.
. " TT , ,-' m1 .j 1 ana uermaa waiters, gmucuciB mu
evening costumes, Wednesday, Thursday Kmrs. e. Thompson, b Grantst.
TrTANTED-20 FARM HANDS, WOMAN
W cook, t8 per week: 200 house girls, 40 for
hotels, 60 cooks, 10 chambermaids, young girls,
hotel housekeeper, colored cook and chamber
maid. MEEHAN'S AGENCY, 545 Grant St.
WANTED -LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
agents In every town: 10 for the city, to
sell metal lamp wick, no trimming, cleaning,
smoke or broken chimneys; sells on sight: big
percentage: entirely new: sample 10c, or three for
fee. Address KEYSTONE WICK CO., No. 90
lourth ave., room 8, Pittsburg. ap!4-64
WANTED-SITUATION BY A PRACTICAL
gardener and greenhouse man: can give
best of references. Address FLORIST, Dispatch
ANTED-PARTNER TO GO INTO DRUG
huslness near Pittsburg; must De com-
or store ana uave
npfpnt to tnkA entire rharsro
from3C0 to MOO in cash. Address D,
BON, Garland, Pa
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON PROPERTY IN
either city: lowest rates of interest. SPEN
CEB & GLOSSER, 419 Smithfleld St. mhl3-7'
THE MEMBERS OF PITTSBURG EN
OAMPMENT No. 2,1.0.0. F., are hereby
notified to meet at the hall, No. 99 Fifth ave
nue, at 10 P. Jf. MONDAY, April 16, to attend
the funeral of P. C. Patriarch W. B. McEwen.
w. h. Mccreary, scribe, apu-ua
Jllns. Jones Calls Forced Naturalization a
High Crime Against Home.
Several hundred people gathered in front
of the Southside market house yesterday
afternoon to listen to an address by Mrs. E.
H. Jopesxm prohibition. She charged the
liquor people with having foreigners natur
alized at their expense, with the under
standing that they vote against the amend
ment. She said this was "high crime," and
that they were "encouraging the foreign
element to come into this Commonwealth and
vote to break down the American home."
An open temperance meeting was held at
the junction of Boss and High streets yester
day afternoon, conducted by Andrew
Bryce. Dr. Starr, of Bellevue, made an ad
dress, and Mrs. nnd Miss Starr also made a
few remarks. There was a large crowd
A. CAMPAIGN ADDEESS.
'Bon. John F. Drnvo Talk in Favor of the
", Constitutional Amendment.
5 Eon. John P. Dravo. of Beaver, delivered
a an address last evening on the subject of
-'- the ConstituUoaal amendment in theBing- J
Onr Great Sale of Eider-Down Quilts nnd
Covers ot French satine and satin
hundreds here to-day best quality
Booth & For make you'd buy them in
July at these prices.
Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Those who are not acquainted with the
various makes and styles of furniture should
always deal with a firm that have but one
price, and who can be relied upon as carry
tne the very latest designs. Such a firm is
Dain & Daschbach, 111 Smithfleld st.
r Easter Blornlns
Is the most beautiful panel ever presented
as a souvenir. Presented all of this week
to each purchaser of 1 pound tea, 2 pounds
coffee, or 1 p'JUnd baking powder, at all our
Stores. . t
Great AiVSantic and Pa'citic Tea Co.
Easter Millinery Opening;
At The People's Store, 83-89 Fifth avenue,
on Thursday Friday and Saturday. The
display of Paris pattern hats exceeds any
thing we have ever shown.
bt Campbell & Dick.
Lace Curtains Entire new patterns
and extra good values in Clnny's and tam
bour lace- curtains, xroova a xiAuiui.
Barry's Tricopherous removes impur
ities from scalp, prevents baldness, causes
hair to grow. M
The Onyx Clocks Are Going:
Fast. This is an unusual opportunity to
buy new goods at from 10 to 25 per cent
less than value. These prices hold only till
removal next week, at
Hardy & Bates, Jewelers,
533 Smithfleld st.
The Housekeeper's Gnlde.
A monthly publication of interest to every
housekeeper. Gives the price of eyery ar
ticle we carry in stock, interesting reading
matter, household recipes, etc. April num-
Jier now ready. Mailed on application.
W21. n AniifLUta c& ou.n,
Select Family Grocers, 18 Diamond, Mar
ket square, "Pittsburg.
Odd Frxfcows Savings Bank, J
Pittsbtjbg, April 1L 1889.
ELECTION THE ANNUAL ELECTION
for eleven (U) Directors of the Odd Fel
lows Savings Bank, to serve for the ensuing
year, will be beld at the banking bouse. No. 63
Fourth avenue, Pittsburjr, on TUESDAY.
April 16, 1889, between the hours of 1 and 2
vXt. F. E. MOORE. Cashier.
Pittsburg and Western Railway Co., (
ALLEGHENY CTTT, PA-i April 13. 18S9. i
NOTICE THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the stockholders of this company will be
held at their general offices, corner of Ander
son st. and River ave., Allegheny City, Pa,.
MONDAY, May 6, 18S9, between the hours of
12 M. and 1 P. JL, to elect a President andBoard
of Directors to serve-f or tho ensuing year, and
for Buch other business as may be brought be-
Ufore the meeting.
apl3 18-at a. V. UAair ttE-LLi. secretary.
In sums to suit, at 4K, 5 and 6 per cent.
GRAEliING 4 LYON, 135 Pourth ave. ap8-el-P
FOR SALE-ATLANTIC CITY.N. J.-HOTELS,
boarding houses, cottages, lots and bath
houses to let or for sale by I. G. ADAMS A CO.,
real estate agents, Real Estate and Law Building,
Atlantic Cltv. N. J. ap-9-D
JL with basement, 133 First ave.
HUNT & clapp, s r urn ave.
TO LET-STOREEOOM3-ON CORNER PENN
and Third street, 44 Fourth street, 85 Robin
son street, Allegheoy; good business stands: rent
low; some unfurnished rooms. Inquire at 44
FOURTH STREET. apl4-W5-MWTSa
TO LET FOUR LARGE, WELL-LIGHTED
rooms, with power (about 8,000 square feet),
lor heavy- or llgnt maoufacturlug, la building
kaow as the Cbas. R. Head bolt works. Grant
avenue, Allegheoy. Inquire on the premises of
MR. FRED ESHELMAN, .manager oi ine Alle
gheny Wood Carving Co.
mo LET-OUR "TO LET" LIST, AS HERETO-
I Ui1UClt.naitfmm nnr nfflf,. fft HOW TlttD
ense to land-
llsbed every Wednesday! without expense to land
lordslln The Dispatch only. SAMUEL W,
liLACK. & CO.. w JOUrtll ave. apo-oo-3iiwu
PERSONAL-BOOKS WANTEO-1F YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
wworth 11,000. let us Know: : we win Day one n
'..l.blv -a th. At!, I. P.
'onlcklv as the other. LEVI'S BOOh.
Seventh Ave. Hotel building.
FOR SALE-6 ACRES OF LAND AT EVER
GREEN HAMLET, nearrallroad station, to
be sold at public sale by order of Orphans in our
ofBce on Tuesday alternoon, April 16, at 2 o'clock.
l$ ourtu avenue, iruis-
JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.
FOE SALE BUSINESS.
TTW1K S S.T.V. -RRI'AIL
P comer stand: low price and easy terms. For
particulars address nARKS, Dispatch office.
FOR SALE TWO YEARS' LEASE OF THE
best business stand In Chartlers, right near
the station; suitable for restaurant or other busi
ness; 4-room house and storeroom, with entire
furnlshment: rent S380 per year. J. C. BEILLY,
77 Diamond st. . apl5-3
OR SALE-GENERAL STORE IN COUNTRY
tnnrn, ihnira fttnek- irood trade: community
iirfiiv mnnir prrpllpnt nrlvflte academy nearby:
a rare onnortunltv: reason for selling, death of
head proprietor. For particulars address E.
GAMBLEi Rogers, O. mh26-33-p
TTOR SALE SEVERAL FINE GROCERY
J? stores in Alleghenj and ittsburg at low
drur stores, cigar stores, bakeries, con-
ectloneries, boarding houses, shoe stores, prlnt-
Ing office, coal works, gents' furnlshin:
hotels: all good business openings. SHEFARD
WANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over $4,000; 4M per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAYER4 CO., KFourth avenue.
-TTTANTED-RENTS COLLECTED FROMIT
W LY; property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON FARM
ING, city and suburban properties or col
lateral. ED. WITTISH, 410 Grant street, Pitts
burg, Fa. apll-13-D
-TT ANTED -MORTGAGES
VV amounts: 4K to 6 ner cent: city I
iSljAVA. A. i;u.
amounts: 4X to 6 per cent: clt-
aeiay. bajuujvu ,
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY IN SUMS TO
suit, for any desired time and at lowest
rates: negotiating mortgages a specialty. D. F.
THOMAS & CO., 408 Grant St. ap6-I9-I0D
TTT-ANTED-MOHTGAGES I MORTGAGES I
V On Pittsburg, Allegheny or suburban Im
proves, real estate, la large ur siunu uiuvuuw
LEE 313 Wood
TTT-ANTED-IO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
VV of (3,000 and upward, on city and suburban
You can't get the good of yonr electric
li"ht unless you have proper shades or
globes. The most complete assortment and
newest designs are lo be found at Craig
head's Lamp Store, 615 Smithfield st. D,
To get "Easter Morning" panel; at all the
stores ot the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea
Co. this week. MWF
Hand Mirrors Hednced 25 Per Cent.
Until removal next week, at
Hardy & Hayes, Jewelers,
C33 Smithfleld st.
THE PITTSBURG CAR TRUST CO.
FrrrsBuiiG, April is, issa.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN-THAT THE
annual meetingof the stockholders of the
Pittsburg: Car Trust Company will be held on
MONDAY, the 6th day of May, 1889, at the Iron
City National Bank, No. 74 Fourth avenne,
,tv nf Plttabnrir. at 10 o'clock A. ir.. for the
purpose of electing a President and Board of
six Directors of the Corporation to serve for
one year, and to transact any other business
that may lawfully come before said meeting.
' A G.HATRY, Secretary.
J. A JIMERY. Attorney. apl35or
property, on 4," tier cent, free of tax
amounts at 5 and B per cent.
95 1 ourth avenue.
aIsa sm si t Issis
BLACK & BAIRD,
TTTA.NTKD-TO LOAN $200,000 ON MORT
VV GAGES: S100 and upward at 6 per cent;
fwo,oooat Vi per cent on .residences or ousiueu
; also in aajoining cuuuues. o. .
2NCH, 125 Fourth avenue.
& CO.. 54 Fifth ave.
PERSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE,
mother or daughters imreoalrine and clean
ing your old clothes, when it can be done for a
trifle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood St., second floor? Charges moderate:
facilities unsurpassed: suits madeto order: spring
'styles now ready. Telephone 1558. mh8 ,
FOUND-TAKE TA-VA-ZON ! (ANGEL OF
Light.) The true treatment: cures alt ail
ments; blood, liver, stomach. lungs, kidneys,
nerves, are uneqnaled; the marvelous cures they
have already performed the talk of the town; see
home testimony. GRIFFKH'S PHARMACY.
cornerThlrd ave.and Grant st..Fltteburg,Pa- Go
now: be cured: established 31 years. apl5-28
CHI TREASURER S OFFICE, ?
Municipal Hall, Smithfleld 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, mustpaythelc
license at this office forthwith. All licenses not:
paid on or before first Monday in March, 1S8S,
will be placed in the bands of policeofficers for
collection, subject to a collection fee ot al
cents, and all persons neglecting to pay On or
before first Monday in May, 1SS3. will bo sub
ject to a penalty double the amount oft no
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 bo
charged on tho license. Rates of license: Each
one-horse vehicle, S6 00: each two-horse vehicle,
$10 00; each four-horse vehicle, 12 00: each four-
horse DacK, io w; omniousanu wuuct "uoi
drawn by two horses, 510 00. One extra dollar
will be charged for each additional horsd used
In above specified vehicles.
J. F. DENNISTON,
fel4-70-D Cltv Treasurer.
mHE OCEAN HOUSE
J. ATLANTIC CITY, N.J-
Now open under old management.
fe22-31-nwr J. A. RETO.
THE ISLESWORTH, ...
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
On the beach, sea end of Virginia avenue.
Steam heat, electric bells. Will open Febru-
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
MOVED TO THE BEACH.
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED.
UNSURPASSED OCEAN VIEW,,
Salt water baths In the house. Elevator. )
mhl92-D E.BOBERTS4SONS. J
lOB SALE-RETAIL FURNITURE STORE-A
anlpnrlM huslness onnortunltv In the
thriving city of East Liverpool, Ohio; the owners
desiring to engage in the manufacture of a pat
ented specialty, offer a splendid bargain: the op
fiortunfty of a lifetime to step into a well-estab-lshed
trade. LOCK BOX 72, East Liverpool. O.
FOR SALE-AN INTEREST INS LARGE AND
propcrous general store in a growing manu
facturing town near the city: an old established
stand and doing a-iln paying business: to a gen
tleman of Integrity ana experience and who could
take charge ofone or two of the departments tills
is an exceedingly good opening: references given
and required. Particulars confidentially from
JAS. W. DRAPE CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pitts
FOR SALE-ON" FIFTH AVE., PITTSBURG.
Ia., 125 ft. front, extending back 150 ft., more
or less, to BO-ft. street; close to Court House: only
S375 per front foot. ED WITTISH, 410 Grant
street, Pittsburg, Pa, apW-31-nwrsu
SALE-BLACKSMITH SHOP-ONE OF
the best stanas for business in either city is
nff-o-eit twnn fnr sale; the nronertv can bebai
h.ircrln If sold soon. J arther particulars from
JAb. W. DRAPE&CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pitts
burg . apl3.97-D
office of 1
Treasurer of Allegheny County, v
April 1, 1889. i
In pursuance of the 21st section of an
act relating to Allegheny county, approved the
1st day of May, 1861, and of the amendments of
the said section,approved the 30th day of March,
1866, 1 do hereby give notice that the dupli
cates for the several wards, boroughs and town
ships wiU be open and I will be prepared to re
ceive the county. State and poor taxes for
1839 on and after the
, 1st DAY OF MAY. 1889.
Said'taxes can be paid at this office until the
1st day of August with a deduction of 5 per
cent for prompt payment to all persona paying
the whole amount of their taxes. There will
be no reduction allowed during the month of
There will be 10 per cent added to all taxes
remaining unpaid on the 1st day of September,
Treasnrer of Allegheny County.
S.EDFORD MINERAL SPRINGS,
I BEDFORD. PENNA
ading mountain resort. Water uneqnaled.
Hotel newly furnished. Opens Jnne 8. Writa
for circular. L. B. DOTY, Manager.
Monday, April 15.
Spalding Around the "World Base Ball
Chicago vs All America. . y
WANTEDHOUSES TO RENT, RENTS TO
collect, mortgages on city and suburban
property at 4M. 5 and 6 percent; property selected
audboughtor sold on lowest commission: call for
new property list for April. J. DERMITT, 407
Grant St. 8D13-61
WANTED-MORTGAGES-tl, 000, COOTO LOAN
on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
S per cent, and on iarms In Allegheny and aaja
cent counties at 6 per cent; no money loaned ont
of Pennsylvania. I. AL PENNOCK &.SON, 105
Fourth avenue. ap7-f4l
JEROME FASSLER, JR..
Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman.,
Corner Seventh axenue and Smithfleld street;
Pittsburg, Pa. Ropm 530, Blssell Block.
TAUNCAN C. WHITE,
Bull ding Contractor,
71 Diamond street,
; Second door above Smithfleld, ,
" Pittsburg. XeM-7-JfWT
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS TO KNOW
that we are selling household goods cheaper
than any other house In the city: terms cash,
PITTSBURG AUCTION CO., 93 Third ave.
XU" ANTEDEVERYBODY TO KNOW APRIL
VV Is the last month for cabinets at tlOOper
doz. at ELITE GALLERY. 515 Market st , Pitts
burg, Pa.; come early; Bring children; use eleva
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
' ' - ' '
Ilorses. Vehicles. Live Stock. fcc
FOR SALE A GtJOD GRAY TEAM OF
draught horses and one black driving horse.
THOMAS CARLIN's SONS, Lacock and ban
dusky sts., Allegheny. ap!2-50
FOR SALE-3 HORSES AND PEDDLER'S
wagon will be sold at Rhodes and Wagner's;
auction sale 77 Federal St., Allegheny, on Tnes
dav. Anrll 16. at 4 o'clock : sale of goods begins at
.10 o'clock. A. LEGGATE & bON, Auctioneers.
FOR SALE-A PAIR OF BEAUTIFUL BAY
coach horses, IS hands high, 6 years old; per
fectly sound and gentle; fearless ot steam aud
cable cars; perrect single drivers. Can be seen at
stables or A. JACKUAN & SON, 536 Penn ave.,
ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY-SALE OF
unclaimed freight: To Whom it May
Concern Notice is hereby given that all un
claimed freight (600)' six hundred packages,
more or less, consisting of trunks, valises,
black bags, a large lot of miners' tools, cast
ings of various kinds, one sewing machine,
boxes and packages received prior to January
1, 1888, from offices of the Pennsylvania di
vision, west of Harrisburg and Williamsport to
Erie and Pittsburg. Including Allegheny City,
Pa., and now in store in Pittsburg, will be sold
at nnblie auction to the highest bidder at the
f Auction House ot the Henry Auction Co.. No.
811 Market street, rutsDurg. tra., ariuij 2.
1889, at 10 A. 31., unless the same shall be called
for and the charges paid thereon. '
H. STONER, Asst Supt.
W. H. GLENN. Aeent, Pittsburg. Pa.
HENRY AUCTION CO., Auctioneers.
assistant Superintendent's Office.
PITTSBURG, PA.. April 15, 1889. aplo-92-15,28
WANTEU-EVEHYBODY TO KNOW THAT
H. Terheyden has laid in a large stock of
American watches, sold and sliver, that he can
sell as low as the lowest: remember the place.
HENRY TERHEYDEN, 5J0 Smithfleld St.
-fT7-ANTED-CUSTOMERS FOR CASH BAR
W GAINS-Elgln, sllverine watches. (5,17, fS;
Elgin gold ladles' watches, CO, S23, t25: nickel
clocks 75 cts.t 1847 Rogers' knives and forks, tl 75
per set. JOHN HITS CH, Jeweler, 130 Federal ft,
Machinery nnd Uletals.
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept In stock, from
4 to 100b. p.; all refitted: good as new, at lowest
rices: mounted portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p.
1-25 Park way. J . H. Y O UN G, Allegheny, Pa.
FOR SALE 23X43 CORLISS ENGINE: ONLX
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-p33-MWT
FOR SALE-CONTRACTORS' MACHINERY:
one 7J4xl2-lneh double engine, double drum:
others large and small, with single or doable
friction drums; wire and man 11a rope, centrifugal
pumps, etc; two 26x48-lneh horizontal engines
wlthnywbeels. THOMAS CARLIN'S SONS, cor.
Lacockandsanduikysts., Allegheny, jw-xwr
A UCTION BALE
By order of the assignee, Mr. J. B, Niece, wo
will sell at auction on TUESDAY, April 18,. at
10 o'clock, at 311 Market street, a consicnment
of 13 fine parlor salts of the latest design and
coverings, embracing English rugs, French
tapestries and high pile plushes, all of which
were gotten up by an Eastern bouse for their
own trade, at a cost of from 3100 to $170, and
must be sold to close up the business, by order
of assignee. This is the finest assortment of
parlor work ever offered for sale in Pittsburg,
and a rare opportunity to those wanting a
parlor suit. Also at the same time and place,
chamber BUlts in oak, walnut'and mahogany,
wardrobes, bookcases, desks, sideboards, hall
racks, couches, Brussels, velvet anddngraln
carpets, and housekeeping goods. Sale to com
menceon furniture at 10 o'clock. Goods may
be seen morning of sale.
HENBY AUCTION CO
TO-MOKKOW AT 330 P. M.
if RAND OPERA HOUSE
E. D. WILT Lessee and Manager.
All Week. Wednesday and Saturday Matinee
FALL OF JTLAHTA;
THE IRISH SPY. .
BARNEY "THE. SPY.
Miss LILLIAN BURKH ART and a .host of
local talent. Benefit Post 88, G. A. TL, Relief
IiYDIA TlOJipaur .
Anrl her own
ENGLISH BURLESQUE COMPANY.
Next week The Hanlons In "Voyage. Eat -
JT A$IRY WHJJAMS' ACADEMY
atinees Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
MAY HOWARD'S BIG BURLESQUE COt -
7 Great Comedians ai nanasome uaaies-.
3 Card Monte. . apl2
XT ARRIS' THEATER.
Ono Week Commencing Monday, April 15.V,
April 22-MAtN LINE.' apla-lg-Mwyiii
1 E. UNKENHEIMER,
515 Smithfleld street. Pittsburg, Pa. . Frettit
Freund Building, second noor. mnzt-80-srwT
FRESH BUTTBK T
BY GEO. K. 8TEVENS0N CO
GROCERIES AND TABLE DEUCACIBB,
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