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APRIL 26,' '1889.
Dr. Geo. P. Hajs Makes Sawdust Fly
in a Warm Prohibition Speech
SAT A GATHERING OP REFORMERS.
jHe Thinks Judge White Has the Qualities
to Slake a Good Sawyer.
' ABBITRATION IS A KEHEDI FOE TTAE
The first paper read before the National
Hteforni Association yesterday morning was
i entitled: "The Komish Assault on the
"' Common Schools." Be v. D. McFall took
this subject, and made an attack on the
Catholic Church and its rulers, and claimed
that they were the only enemies the public
school system had.
Key. S. L. Baldwin. Secretary of the M.
E. Missionary Society of New York, spoke
on the "Chinese Question." He said there
should he no Chinese question, no Irish
question, no German, but only American
questions. The only reason why we haTe
this Chinese question is that other classes
of immigrants want to run this country.
All the Chinese who emigrate go through
Hong Kong, which if not a Chinese port,
but a British port, and when they go on a
vessel they are asked if they go ot their
own accord. Consequently the charge that
Chinese slaves come is false. The speaker
then proceeded to argue the immigration
question, denouncing the exclusion laws in
The alternoon session was presided over
by Mrs. Smith, President of the "W. C. T.TT.
Exercises were opened with prayer by Rev.
Dr. Bobinson, alter which Bev. George P.
Hays, of Kansas City, was introduced.
ABOUT THE BUZZ-SAW.
He said that the title of his address would
be "Does the Bnzz saw Saw?" The speaker
I was somewhat Grieved this morning when
.Via e,il,,nt ef rrtv aHrlvocB ma Tnarta Lnnwn
There were some in the audience who laughed,
and yet these same people will sit and listen to
a discussion of the question "Does Prohibition
Prohibit!" I want to tell you that a burr saw
that can saw through Kansas City and the en
tire State will saw, and what is more I saw it
saw. There is one man in particular out in
Kansas, that I know of, who is satisfied that a
buzz-saw saws, and saws most effectually. That
man is studying out the problem in jail, be
cause he thought it did not saw.
They are now discussing the question If a
man can be made moral by law. I have here a
petition signed by S75 inmates ot the Kansas
Penitentiary, who tell me that law will make a
man moral; they tell me that they haven't even
had a drink of liquor In some years, and one of
them told me that he thought it would be a
good thing to put the liquor in the penitentiary
and let them out. No sober, sensible resident
ot K"" will deny that prohibition does pro
hibit. The buzz-saw has recently been at work here
in your License Court, and while there was con
siderable b jzzing there was not quite enough
sawing. Ton uow have 93 men who have been
duly investigated by the law and have been
found to be good, moral citizens who are to dis
pense poison to the multitude. Now, do you
think that the physicians of this city will be
worked to death taking care of the people made
sick because of the want of liauor in a less
number of saloons? Out in Kansas we are
thinking of licensing the thieves; they are to
be investigated by the court and licensed if
fonnd to be men of good moral character who
will only rob men who have the money to
GOOD LA-WTEES KEEDED.
It seems to me that if I had children on the
bad road it would not matter to me if they
went to the denl through a man whom a
court said was of good moral character. I tell
you that you make a mistake when you sup
pose that high license will clean out the dives.
They are the ones that can pay for a high
license; the saloon is only used as a place to
beguile the unwary.
I want to tell you that if a man gets a drink
in Kansas he must be up in the art, and pro
hibition is the only device 1 have ever seen
that makes the saloon keeper stop selling to a
man who has got enough. He has to do it, as
he must protect himself, for if the man gets
drank he will likely tell where he got bis
dnnk, and that is -he kind nfrselltng that does
not make new drunkards. Ont in Kansas City
recently there was a meeting of freeholders,
and they snegest that a license be placed at
$500, one-half of which "was to go for the con
struction of a sewer. Now, 1 think that is
about the proper place for it in a sewer, and I
exhort the State of Pennsylvania to go into
the wholesale newer business and bnild one
that will extend out into the sea and take with
it this traffic.
Uow I want to tell you that a buzz saw will
not saw without a sawyer, and you people
must be the sawyers, and must kep that saw
sawing. The work will cost money; it cost us
lots of it out in Kansas. I can take yon to
temperance homes, and they will tell you that
it was made so over the bier and corpse of a
victim of this terrible curse. Go in and work,
and if you don't win this time, then at it again
for another campaien.
Rev. George K. Morris, of Philadelphia, was
the next speaker. He said: If prohibition is
defeated in this State 1C will be bv the stay-at-home
vote of these godly. Christian people who
think the question does not concern them. The
honor traffic is like a rock in the sea, against
which the waves of righteousness are dashing
with little effect, caused so by the listlesness
of these good deacons, ciders and people of the
church. I tell you the people who are the
meanest and most contemptible are sometimes
the loudest shouters at the prayer meetings.
An earthquake would be a good thing for about
six-tenths of the population of Pennsylvania at
AK SUBTEXT DIVINE.
evening officers were elected as
Hon. Felix R. Brunot, President; Rev. R, J.
George, Recording Secretary: Rev. T. P. Ste
venson, Corresponding Secretary; Rev. Prof.
D. D. McAllister. Treasurer.
The same list of Vice Presidents as last
year was continued, with the addition of the
Bev. L N. Hayst of Pittsburg, to the list
The Bev. Dr. Herrick Johnson, of Chica
go, was the first speaker. He confessed
surprise at the downiall received by prohi
bition in Massachusetts, and expressed fears
as to the results in Pennsylvania. The
papers, he claimed, have not given the pro
hibition question any hearing; have never
discussed it as it should be, and the result is
that the masses are still uneducated as to
the true principles of the matter. He re
ferred to the assertion that prohibition is an
unwarrantable invasion of human rights,
beyond the power of legislation, and claimed
that Government is impossible without a
large surrender of personal liberty. A man
could build a house, he said, but he could
sot burn it He could buy a gun, bnt could
not shoot it off at his pleasure. Dr. John
son derided the crv of personal liberty.
The Ect. Dr. Arthur T, Pierson, of Phil
adelphia, read a lengthy paper, reviewing
the history of foreign nations and showing
the bearings of the liquor traffic on them
and their prosperity under a moral
government, and downfall under had
laws compared. In conclusion Dr.
. Pierson showed what a vast difference there
was between a good and moral gov
ernment and an immoral and vicious one,
in the affects on the people of the nation.
At tbe end of Dr. Pierson's address a
number of resolutions were read and
sdopted. One was with reference to peace
and arbitration, favoring the latter plan in
stead of war.
A Shave for 1-15 of n Cent.
Colgate 4 Co- N. Y., will mail yon a sample
ot Demulcent Shaving Soap sufficient for a
month for 2 cents.
. Seven dollars buys an Elgin or Wal.
tham stem wind watch worth $10, at J. P-
Steinmann's, 107 Federal st., Allegheny.
Lot limited; call or send at once.
Especially for mourning, 10 pieces, all
Mack, figured India silks, 24 inches wide,
$1 25 peryard. 'HUGUS & Hacke.
BI. Selbert t Co.
For all kinds of furniture, the best and
cheapest. Call at the large furniture fac
tory, Lacock and Hope streets, near railroad
bridge, Allegheny. D
Fine French sateens, best makes, choic
est styles, 25c and 35c a yard,
aiwrsn Hugts & Hacke.
ANSWEE TO A BET.
Somehow or Otber a Musical Inquiry Falls
Into the Wrong Hands.
A, correspondent signing "Stakeholder"
strikes discordant note when he asks this
office to tell him what an orchestra is. He
was wise, however, in addressing his query
to the Sporting Editor, for there is no doubt
it is a playful thing.
It is too late to-night to put the answer in
his Notes, and besides, as the S. K. has
come to a full stop at the end of the bar, it
devolves upon the Beligious Editor to
answer "What is an Orchestra?"
In the first place, if he weren't religious,
he would say the orchestra is a darned nuis
ance, but as he is religious, he will say the
orchestra is the invention of the devil and
the musical societies.
Gilmore says that the orchestra should
consist ot at least 200 pieces, bnt a certain
young man ont in Brnshton, with a spring
baby in his arms, says it consists of no
peace at all.
The word comes from the Greek orcheo-
mai, meaning "to dance," and if "Stake
holder" tells his wife she can't have a
spring bonnet, or if he steps on a tack, he
will know all about an orchestra. Previous
to the eighteenth century the orchestra was
placed in a box, but latterly it is the audi
ence that is in a box.
In an orchestra the violin family, with
all stringed instruments, predominate,
though latterly the idea has grown that the
performers, not the instruments, should be
strung. One of the earliest examples of an
orchestra was that of Binnccini in 1600.
who made an example of 35 performers by
obliging them to play each other to death.
In some theaters an orchestra circle
means a lot of empty seats, and a full
orchestra means trouble with the manager.
In conclnsion, however, "Stakeholder" had
better keep the money bet on this answer.
Any man who would bet on an orchestra de
serves to lose his money.
ODD FELLOWS' PARADE.
To-Day'a Events in Commemoration
the Founding of Their Order.
The 66 lodges of the Order of Odd Pel-
lows in this countv will all be represented
a big parade which will take
place in commemoration of the seventieth
anniversary of the founding of the order in
The parade will form at 2 o'clock on
"Water street and will move from there to
Smithfield street, Second avenue, Grant
street, Filth avenue, Market street, Sixth
street, Penn avenue, Seventh street, across
the Allegheny to Sandusky street. Church
avenue. Union avenue, Montgomery ave
nue, Federal street, to Allegheny City
Hall. Here the colnmn will be reviewed
and then dismissed.
BY A LAEGE MAJORITY.
C C Hox Is Elected to Sncceed the Late
The election for Common Council to fill
the vacancy caused by the death of Peter
Walter, Jr., in Allegheny, was held yes
terday afternoon. The candidates were C.
C Hax and James Archibald. The vote in
the district was as follows:
Second district 21
Third district 39
Fourth district 63
Fifth district 60
Sixth district 71
Seventh district 52
Eighth district. 71
Ninth district 77
Tenth district 63
GRAND VALUES I
IiADIES, MISSES' AND CHILDREN.
Our assortment is very complete, our
styles all new, the finish 'and fit perfect.
Inspect this large line, every grade, and
prices the lowest. We also manufacture to
order anything in this line.
Parasols and Sun Umbrellas.
A beautiful new and stylish line, all the
novelties, as well as staple lines, we lead on
low prices for superior goods.
Infants' Outfitting Department.
(Beady-made and to order.)
This department could not be more com
plete, our styles, workmanship and fit are
unexcelled. Our low prices for these excel
lent goods cannot be approached. An ex
amination will convince.
Bargains in all Departments.
Hosiery, Gloves, "Underwear, Men's
Furnishings, Handkerchiefs, Corsets, No
tions, Trimmings, Infants' Caps, and 'Bon
nets, etc Open till 9 p. ir. Saturday.
A. G. Campbell & Sons, 710 Penn ave.
Penn Building, between Seventh and
The Wonder of the Age
Is the prices at which we sell fine clothing
at our large stores. We secured a grand lot
of men and boys' clothing from a couple of
manufacturers who were hard pressed for
money, and planking down the hard cash
we bought their stocks outright. What
better way, we thought, than to dispose of
the lot of men and boys' suits than bv one
of our special sales? Just the thing. So call
at our stores to-day or to-morrow aud expect
to get suits sold elsewhere at $18. Our
price is $10. Men's cutaway suits in diago
nals and tricots at $12, worth $20. Prince
Albert suits in silk mixtures and imported
wales $15, worth $30. P. C. C. C., cor.
Grant and Diamond st?., opposite the new
Excursion to New York to Centennial Annl
vcrsnrr of Inauguration of Gen. Wash
ington. The B. & O. B. B. will sell excursion
tickets to New York on April 27 to 30,
inclusive, at rate of $13 32, round trip.
Tickets good for return passage until May
The Wonderof tbeAcr
Is the prices at which we sell fine clothing
at our large stores. We secured a grand
lot of men and boys' clothing from a couple
of manufacturers who were hard pressed for
money, and planking down the hard cash
we bought their storks outright. What bet
ter way, we thought, than to dispose of the
lot of men and hoys' suits thanby one of our
special sales? Just the thing. So call at
our stores to-day or to-morrow and expect to
get suits sold elsewhere at $18. Our price
is $10. Hen's cutaway suits in diagonals
and tricots at $12, worth $20. Prince Al
bert f nits in silk mixtures and imported
wales $15, worth $30. P. C. C. C, cor.
Grant and Diamond sts., opposite the new
GREAT AUCTION SALE.
Lace Curtains, Heavy Curtains,
Portieres, upholstery goods, plushes, piano
and table covers, easels, screens, shades,
etc, for a fetf days only, at 2 p. m. and 7
o'clock in the evening, to close out our en
tire stock regardless of cost; now is vour
time for genuine bargain; private sale's in
the morning at H. Holtzman & Sons, 35
The Housekeeper's Guide.
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
ber now ready. Mailed on application.
Wm. Haslage & Son,
Select Family Grocers, 18 Diamond, Mar
ket square, Pittsburg.
Bed cedar clothes chests, absolutely
moth-proof. For sale at B. Dickey & Co.'s,
77 Water street.
Though pure and simple, and so mild.
It might be used by any child,
Yet Sozodont's so swift and sure
That mouth and teeth with wondrous speed
From tartar and from taint are freed
Till they become sweet, white and pure.
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I - V-IS f MS B fclPj
S3Ditplay advertisement one dollar per
tqyare for one insertion, Classified advertise
ments on this page such at Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, etc, ten cents per line or each Inser
tion, and none taken or less than fifty cents.
THE PlTTSBUfiG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices 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 be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with The Dls
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 3&a Butler street.
FMIL G. STUCKEY, 21th street and Penn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY & CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton St.
N. STOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. TV. WALLACE, .6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISXEU & SHEIBLER,5thav. & Atwood St.
JACOB srOHN, ho. 2 Carson street
CUAS. bCUWABM, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAERCHEK, 69 Federal street.
11. J. McBKIDE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FEED H. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGERb&SON, Obloand'Chestnutsti.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PERRY M. OLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
ANTED-A FIRsT-OLAbS BARBER-TO.
JUAitusi, 4606 LitDerty ave., city. apZ6-4
WAN TED-GOOD TAILOR-APPLY AT G.
MTJLLER'S, Main street. Clarion, Pa.
ANT.CD-PRII.TERS-TWO JOB PEINT-
EKS. JLMiKCY i'. SMITH, 85 Virgin alley.
TTANTED-A GOOD BOY TO LEARN BAH
ii BEIt business; one with experience. Apply
810 GRANT ST. ap26-10
WANTED-DRUG CLERK OF AB1LIIY
and experience. Address PHARMACIST,
Dispatch office. ap2S-S8
WANTED-REGISTERED DRUGGIST: GER
MAN preferred. Address ANTIPYR1N,
DlMoatch office. ap20-18
WANTED EXPERIENCED CLOTHING
salesman ; good salary. Address EXPERI
ENCE, Dispatch office. ap2S-5
WAKTED-A GOOD HKfcAD BAKER AT
WARD'S RELIABLE BAKERY, 244
Franklin St., Allegheny. ap2B-7S
XTT ANTED ONE CARRtAGE AND WAGON
W -woodworker, at CENTRAL CARRIAGE
WORKS, 64 and GS Twelfth st. ap26-24
WANTED-THREE GOOD TINNERS AT
once, to work on milk cans. Address
MILK CAN CO., Mt. Pleasant, Pa. ap26-74
TTANrED DRAFTSMAN, PATTERNMAK
VV ERand 4 machinists. Apply GENERAL
MANAGER, room 201, Bissel Block. ap24-49
WANTED-BOY TO WORK IN PRESS
Toom. Apply at PERCY F. BMIIH'S
PRINTING OFFICE, KVIrfcln alley. apiS-100
TSTANTED-BOOKKEEPER WHO HAS HAD
YV experience and Is wllllug to do general
office work. BOX 276, East Liverpool, Ohio.
VTJANTED-TWO GOOD TIN ROOFERS AND
VV general Jobbers at MCCAULEY BROS ,
Sixth arc.. Homestead, Pa. Wages f2 SO to good
men; none otber need apply. ap26-a
XTAI,TEU AN EXPERIENCED BREAD
V baker for foreman: must thoroughty under
stand bread baking: good wages. Call on M. A.
H1TCHINS, 917 Walnut St., McKeesport, Pa.
-TTTANTED-DROG CLERK ONE WHO CAN
TV furnish good recommendations as to quali
fications and character can hear of a good situa
tion by addressing BOX 1005, Pittsburg P. o.
-"T7"ANTED-MEN TO LEARN THE ART OF
VV cutting gentlemen's garments; finest system
known: no trying on required: night sessions;
terms moderate. URLING & bON, 514 Wood st.
r T.TED-AGENTS TO SELL A PATENT
VV ledger, advertising cards, fans, mem.
books, rulers, etc., to merchants exclusive terri
tory: big profits. MODEL LEDGER CO., South
Bend, lnd. aplB-53-EOD
-TTJAITEU-5 GOOD MEN WHO ARE USED
VV to making from 11.500 to (2,000 a year, to
handle a staple article In Pittsburg and vicinity;
insurance men, take notice. Address C. A. 11.,
Dispatch office. ap21-3
-TT7-A N.T ED IMMEDIATELY A GOOD
VV marble cutter and a first-class -marble
Follsher. Address, statlug lowertwages will work
or. no time for correspondence, DUNNING
MARBLE AND GKAN1TECO.. Erie. Pa.
-T7"ANTED 3 FIRST-CLASS MARBLE AND
YV granite salesmen: mnst haTe 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. mh26-78
W ANTED-A PUSHING, RELIABLE BUSI
NESS man, with responsible references, to
traTel short distances for ns; salary, 800 per month;
but 2 weeks required at lowctcompensallon to be
come familiar with onr business; call after 10 A.
M. P. WILLOUGHB Y & CO., 944 Penn ave.
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED SALESMAN
to sell a standard baking powder and other
grocerr specialties on commission In Pittsburg
and vicinity. For particulars address, giving
your experience, what line sold and amount of
sales per month, LOCK BOX 6S3L Cincinnati, O.
WANTED-AGENTS ON SALARY: tn 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 SXANDARD
SILVERWARE CO., Boston. Mass. felg-3-D
RAH ST., Allegheny. ap26-3
W ANTED-A GOOD DREbSMAKER; MUST
be experienced. Apply In person to the
MILLINERY STORE, Turtle Creek, Pa. ap26-8
Male and Female Helo.
"TT7-ANTED AT ONCE S MEN FOR HOTEL
VV work: farm hands, 60 cooks, 20 chamber
maids, 200 house girls, 40 for hotels: woman cook
for small hotel, $3 per week; nurse girls. MEE
HAN'S, 545 Grant st. Tap26-D
XTT-ANTED-SITUATION AS CASHIER OR
VV copying clerk. Address MAGGIE DOUU-
xao, m eaerai si., city.
VTJANTED-POSITION BY BOOKKEEPER
V V well up In his business and a correct account
ant: who Is also a shorthand writer and accus
tomed to correspondence. First-class references
as to character and ability. Address X. Z.. Dis
patch office. ap26-94
-TTJANTED- POSITION BY FIRST-CLASS
VV drygoods salesman, arrived from Ireland;
eight years' experience, with a thorough knowl
edge of all departments: can produce best refer
ence; wlsbes a trial; salary no object. Address
N. A. D., Dispatch office. ap24-64
Booms, Ilouses. Etc
WANTED-TO RENT A FIVE-ROOM HOUSE
situated In West Hazelwood, within 5 min
utes' walk of depot. Address W. H. OTT. 181
Second ave., Pittsburg. ap26-6
WANTED MORTGAX3FS LARGE OR
small. ED. WITTISH. 410 Grant street,
TjrjANTED MORTGAGES-MONEYTO LOAN
VV In sums to suit, at 4& 5 and 6 per cent.
GRAEBING 4; LYON, 133 Fourth ave. ap6-el-D
WANTED MORTGAGES ON PROPERTY IN
either city : lowest rates of Interest. SPEN
CER & GLOSSER. 419 Smithfield st. mhZ3-7
TTTAKTED-M0ETa AGES-MO N EY TO LOAN
VV ln6umsto salt at i)i, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
WANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
ERTY, over 4,000; 4M ter cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO., 82 Fourth avenue.
TT7ANTED-RENT3 COLLECTED PROMPT-
VV LY; property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
TTJANTED-TO LOAN S500.000, IN AMOUNTS
V V of J3.000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4H per cent, free of tax; also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK & BAIRD,
85 Fonrth avenue. se21-d2S-D
ANTKD-TO LOAN (200,000 ON MORT
GAGES: 1100 and onward at 6 ner cent?
(500,000 at 4K per cent on residences or business
property; also in adjoining counties. S. H.
1KENCH, IS Fourth avenue. oe31-eS4-D
WANTED HOUSES TO RENT, RENTS TO
collect, mortgages on city and suburban
property at 4, 5 and 6 per cent; property selected
ana bought or sold on lowest commission: call for
new property list for AprU. J. DKRMITT, 407
Grant st. ams-61
-TAN TED MORTGAGES-SI, 000, 000TO LOAN
V V on city and suburban properties at 4M, Sand
6 per cent, and on tarms in Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 6 per cent; no money loaned ont
of Pennsylvania. 1. M. PENNOCK & bON, 103
Fonrth avenue. ap7-f41
WANTED-TO MAKE LOANS-TO HAVE
from (10,000 tosioo, 000 to loan-on mortgages
on property In the city or county or adjoining
counties; all the details attended to In person and
without publicity. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO., 129
Fonrth avenue, Pittsburg. ap23-92-UTTFS
rASTED-CUSTOMERS FOR CASH BAR-
UA&4AU ueiu, vuitliUO nUKUCSi Oata 3
clocks 75 cts.: 1847 Rogers' knives and forks, ti js
i uci BkEL- asimi jiiiAni.lL, iitncirr. ivui rnsTi sir
TTTANTED-TREEMEN WILL MEET. AT
W their quarters on SATURDAY EVENING,
April 27. apX-15
WANTED-HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND
store fixtures to sell at auction: storage at
lowest rates. PITTSBURG AUCTION AND
STORAGE CO., 93 Third ave. ap23-3l
-TT7-ANTED-EVKRYBODY TO KNOW THEY
VV can get cabinets for St per doz. of them
selves or little ones at AUFRECHT'S ELITE
GALLERY. 616 Market St., Pittsburg; elevator;
family groups and crayons a specialty. apl9-39
X7"ANTED-EVERYBODY"TO KNOW THAT
W 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, 5J0 bmithfield at.
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOB SALE -LOT ON MURIAL (LATE
Neville) St., S. S., 58x144 feet, with brick
dwelling. I. J. WILSON, 149 Fourth ave. ap24-97
FOR SALE-GHEAP-ON FEDERAL ST., A
2-story brick dwelling containing 10 large
rooms, bathroom, stationary washstands, laun
dry, furnace, all conveniences, lot 25x125 to an
alley, good stable In the rear; call at office and get
the particulars of this desirable and reasonable
priced property. BLACK. & BAIRD, 65 Fourth
FORSALE-THE DWELLING AND TWO
lots No. 218 Thirty-eighth street, above Butler
street, Pittsburg. 7 rooms In dwelling, with good
cellar.norches etc, and 2 large lots,5oxll5 feet, to
be sold at public sale MONDAY AFTERNOON,
April 29, at 3 o'clock, on the premises. Title
perfect. Terms at sale or from J AS. W. DRAPE
& CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
Mortgages wanted. ap20-23-MWTS
FOR SALE A MAGNIFICENT BLUFF
street residence, overlooking the Mononga
hela river, containing 8 elegant large and hand
somely papered rooms, bath, large closets, range, b.
and c.water, inside w. c, washstands, both gases,
slate mantels: all the modern conveuiences; a de
sirable neighborhood: this property will be sold
cheap If taken at once; immediate possession.
BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
East End Residences.
FOR SALE-ON FIFTH AVE , OAKLAND,
lot 24x176, to a 20-foot alley, 2-story frame
bnlldlngof 6 rooms and storeroom; 7,000 cash.
THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH
the house you rent or own! If not. see the
finely built residences In Coltart square, Oakland.
W. A. HERRON & SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
TTIOR SALE A BEAUTIFUL E. E. RESI
X? DENCE property, 10 rooms, all modern imj
provements. large grounds; price very.low: call
and see photo and plans. W. W. MCNEILL &
BRO., 1(S Fourth ave. ap25-37
FOR SALE S2.800-MIF FUN STREET, SIX
TEETH ward, convenient to traction line, 5o
fare, new frame dwelling 5 rooms, finished attic,
ball, vestibule. Inside shutters, side entrance,
etc: lot 20x101 feet to alley: terms easy. L. O.
FRAZIER, Forty-fifth and Butler sts. ap26-78-MF
FOR SALE-DO, YOU WANT A HOME? IF SO
call on MELLON BROTHERS. 6319 Station
street, E. E., and examine first-class seven-room
residence, lot 55X110, Mellon St.. one-half square
from Negley avenue: near cahle line and railroad
station: best location; low price; easy terms.
FOR SALE-ON FIFTH AVE. NEAR DITH
RIDUE st. ; lot 50x100 to a street: brick house,
3 rooms, pantry and large hall on first floor, 3
rooms andS bath on second floor, 2 good rooms in
mansard, good front porch, etc.. everything In
good condition. 'Ill OB. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth
E OR. SALE T2.900 WILL BUY A NEW
frame dwelling 6 rooms, finished attic, hall,
vestibule, inside shutters, rear porch, etc; nicely
finished all through; lot 20x100 feet to alley: three
minutes' walk to Ben Venue station, P. R. It.;
easy terms. L. O. FRAZIER, Forty-fifth and
Butler sts. ap26-78-MF
FOR SALE-ON DENNISON AVE , CORNER
lot 60x150, new brick house, reception balk
Sarlor. dining room, kitchen and panirvon first
oor; 4 bed rooms and bath on second floor: 4 good
rooms In attic: elegant neighborhood; 2 minutes'
walk from Fifth ave. cable cars: electric bell and
all modern Improvements. THOS. LIGGETT, 114
Fourth ave. ap21-20-iiTTFSSu
FOR SALE A HANDSOME EAST END
stone residence, carriage, porch, hardwood
staircase and reception ball, tower, lannury,
bath, 10 elegant large rooms; all tbe latest Im
provements and conveniences: asphalt paved
streets, good location and near P. R. R.; for fur
ther pai llculara call at office. BLACK & BA1RD,
95 Fourth ave, apZ3-S3
FOR SALE-QUEEN ANNE FRAME DWELL
ING, close to Pennsylvania Railroad, on as
Shalt paved St., 10 rooms, reception ball, baywin
ow in dining room, hard wood staircase, stained
glass windows, cblna closet, range, bath. Inside
w.c , laundry with stationary tubs, slate mantels,
furnace, natural gas, complete sewerage, flag
stone sidewalks, large lot, 50x100 feet; terms.Sk 000
rash: balance to suit buyer. BLACK & BAIRD.95
1 ourth ave. ap23-84-D
OR SALE- ON FIFTH AVENUE NEAR
O'Hara St.. K. VL. lot SATn fn a. utrpft.
brick Bouse or 7 rooms, bath room, and pantry,
basement laundry and cellar, hall In center of the
house, large front and back porches, natural gas,
etc.; elegant neighborhood; about 9 mln. walk
from Roup sta. and on .line of Fifth ave. cable
ears: stable on rear of lot; f 10,000 for all, or 3.500
for house and rbt; 110 ft. deep. THOS. LIGGETT,
114 Fonrth ave. ap21-20-MTuThrssu
FOR BALE-ON LIBERTY ST., ALLEGHEN Y,
lot 25x90, 3-story pressed brick front or 9
rooms, hall, vestibule, bath, hot and cold water,
inside w. c, etc: everything complete and very
desirably located; S7,000. THOS. LIGGETT, 114
Fourtn ave. ap21-20-MTTFSBa
FOR SALE SUBURBAN RESIDENCE. AT
2.800. located on Holmes street. Wilkinsbnrflr:
new frame house, six rooms; lot 63x132 feet. W.
A. HERRON & SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE NEW HOUSE OF TEN ROOMS,
well finished; lot 126x123 feet: location first
class, on Rebecca street, WUklnsbnrg, near sta
tion: an excellent borne: price only S3, 000, W. A.
HERRON & SONS, No. 80 Fonrth ave
FOR SALE-NEW HOUSE. SIX KOOMS, AT
TIC and halk heating and Illuminating gas.
chandeliers, slate mantels, tile hearths, water In
kitchen, large porch, river view. SAMUEL
bLEETH, Avalon station. Ft. Wayne Road.
FOR SALE-S75 CASH, BALANCE I15MONTH
LY, buys new brick dwelling, 5 rooms,
porches, gas, water, etc.; lot 18x100; price, p.100;
Lillian St., adjoining Beltzboover borough.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave Tel. 167.
FORSALE-COUNTRY HOME AT FAIROAKS.
P., Ft. W. & C.R. R., embracing between 4 and 5
acres ofland on which is dwelling of II rooms, ice
house, wash room, large stable, carriage honse
and several out buildings; land Is covered with,
bearing fruit trees and large shaae trees: dwelling
and stable are supplied with delicious spring
water, and heated and illuminated with gas at
reasonable expense; premises are connected with
R. R. by board walk, and are unsurpassed In
beauty and hcalthfulness or location; will be sold
quite low. J.M. bTONER, 22Bakewell Bnlldlng.
FOR SALE LOTS.
East End Lots.
FOR SALE-S300 WILL BUY A BEAUTIFUL
and well located lot 24x175, on Fall-mount
avenue, 2H squares from cable line. MELLON
BROS., 6349 station St., E. E. ap24-3S-FSu
FOR SALE-JONE "LOT, 24x100. GRAZIER
street, 1 minutes' walk from Homewood sta
tion; sure to enhance; price (650: easy terms.
MELLON BROS , 6349 Station sETe. E.
FOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS AT DALLAS STA
TION, P. R. R . convenient to steam and
street cars; cheap and on easy terms; situation un
surpassed: price ranging from S406 to S600 Inquire
of D. O. NEGLEY. 6106 Penn aVeV, East End?
FOR SALE-SHADYSIDE-TWO ACRES -Without
exception the most desirable site
for a fine residence In Shadyslde: two minutes'
walk from cable cars; lot 275x315: less than 175 per
ft. front. Cill on or address JOHN J. HOWLEY,
127 Fourth ave. ' ap26-79
FOR SALE LARGE BUILDING SITES
Linden avenue, near Penn; no lot sold less
than 100 feet front: finest elevation and view In
the East End; convenient to P. It. R. and cable
cars; only S30 per foot front. BLACK & BAIRD,
9 Fourth ave aDl6-79-E0D
TTS-nfiF-0N. HEKRON AVE., THIR
tP.,vFEi'NTHwir2 oe square from cable line,
bnlldlng lots, 20 feet front, from (350 upward;
mi issueBinDiciocsuoD, ana wm improve rap
SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave. apI2-22-TUF
T7IOR SALE-LARGE LOTS. NKAU njTYir.Tr.v
v, ave; city improvements, convenient to the
cable lines and steam cars: lots 40x50 it. front,
103 to 150 ft. in depth; very easv terms. For plans
and full particulars call at MELLON BROS.V
East End, or J. F. BAXl'ER, Agent. 512 Smith
Held St. ap21-24-TuFSu
FOR SALE-ELEGANTLY LOCATED RESI
DENCE, lots 40 and 60 ft. front, and 103 to
150 ft. deep: wide streets, sewered, graded and
curbed and pipes all In: 4 ft, stone sidewalks;
close to all lines of rapid travel; first-class neigh
borhood; rapid advance in value. Make inaulry
of MELLON BROS., 6349 Station St., E. ., or
JOHN F. BAXTER, Agt , 812 Smlthfleid iti '
FOR BALE-CHOICE LOTS AT HAZELVOOD.
L J . WILSON. 149 Fourth ave. ap24-9S
FOR SALE-FIFTH AVENUE PROPERTY A
choice piece near new Court House. Call at
the office for full particulars. BLACK & BAIRD.
95 Fonrth ave ap23-85
FOR SALE-PROMISING INVESTMENTS AT
Sea Girt and Spring Lake N. J to party or
parties with money: see this paper to-morrow or
address SAM'L B. HUEY, At., Philadelphia.
FOR B ALE-ATLANTIO CITY.N. J.-HOTKLS,
boarding houses, cottages, lots and bath
houses to let or for sale by I. G. ADAMS & CO..
real estate agents. Real Estate and Law Building.
Atlantic City. N. J. ap5-9-D
FOR 8ALE-H50O-CHEAPEST PROPERTY
in the market, consisting of lots and 3 houses:
one house cost S3.0C0 to bntld; this is sure, 12 to 15
. ...,. ... ..,. . U1UB. u, sum swu, Driifl.
in a. uiiVju, un pmiinneia St. sp-so
FOR. SALE LOTS. )
, Allegheny Lots.
TTIOUSALE-LOTSON MAPLE ANDLINDEN
A.' avenues and Lombard street, Allegheny, in
tbe Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPHMCNAUGHEH.43N. Diamond st.
FOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL. LARGE LOTS,
New Brighton road. Eleventh ward, Alle
gheny; Mrs. Cooper's place, near second toll. Is
being sold In lots 40x200 and 90x150; we will be on
premises Saturday. 27th Inst., from 3 till 5 o'clock,
to exhibit and sell these lots. A. LEG GATE i
BON, Agents, a Federal-Street. ap25-S8
FOR SALE-AT EDGEWOOD, BUILDING
lots eligibly located, 64x150 feet each, foronly
(550; none better In the market at the price and lo
cation. W. A. HERRON & SONS, No. 80 Fourth
FOR BALE-200 FINE BUILDING LOT'S ON
Lincoln avenue, borough of West Bellevne,
only 5 minutes' walk from Avalon station. P., Ft.
W. A fi If and lAmlnnfBBrlda fKIITl CltV. nil
line of projected electric road; price from SiOO to
(100 each; terms, (25 cash, balance in monthly
.. euis, wunont interest, uiuh-E.Bi.au' a
u , 135 Fourth avenue. apa-ii
FOR BALE-63 ACRES, -WITH EXCELLENT
limestone quarry at railroad, and river close
to city; eoalhouse barn, orchard, outbuildings:
(M per acre. ED. WITTISH, 410 Grant si., Pitts
burg, "New List." ap25-D
FOR SALE-ISO ACRES ONEMILE FROM STA
TION, on Fort ayne R. R. ; 8-room house,
good bank barn, stable and other buildings; 2 or
chards: price S50 per acre: will sell farm, stock
and implements on long time, easy payments, or
take real estate In exchange; also 80 acres 6 miles
from Beaver falls: house, barn, orchard, etc., for
(2,500; send for farm and exchange list Just out.
N. F. HURST, Real Estate Broker, Rochester. Pa.
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
TpOR SALE-CAPITAL SMALL; RESTAUR
X' ant doing brisk business with good profits;
center or Pittsburg. Reply RESTAURATEUR,
FOR SALE-900 ACRES OF COAL LAND, ALL
tested, with two mines In full operation: com
ulete modern equipments: situated In Western
Pennsylvania, on twn main lines of railroad. , For
particulars address LOCK BOX 17, Mercer. Pa.
TjOR SALE SEVERAL FINE GROCERY
JL stores In Alleghenj and Pittsburg at low
prices; drug stores, cigar stores, bakeries, con
fectioneries, boarding bouses, shoe stores, print
ing office, coal works, gents' furnishing store,
hotels; all good business openings. SHEPARD
4 CO.. 54 Fifth ave an9
EOR 8ALE-A GROCERY STORE "WITH
good, clean stock, fixtures, horses and
wagons, in a manufacturing town on line of rail
road and river, near ihe city: total Invoice value
about (L 500: a good chance. Particulars from
. tv. uhaams x uu , ii iouhb avenue.
jl iibouurg. ,
FOR SALE-SM.O0O-TERMS TO SUIT, ONE
square from Court House: business property;
K brick dwellings; rentals (l,608perjear: big bar
gain; enhancement sure. ALLES & BAILEY,
164 Fourth ave. Telephone 167. ap26-90-TuFSSn
FOR SALE (2,000 WILL BUY A .TEN
roomed house and basement and cellar In
the best stand in Youngstown for a saloon or
boarding house Call or address JAMES AM
BROSE, No. 2 Pike street, Youngstown. O.
FOR 8ALE-OR RENT-A LAEGE HOTEL,
40 rooms, on Baltimore street, Cumberland,
ild. ; the bouse and bar has a big trade; will sell
bonse and furniture or sell furniture and rent
honse at a reasonable rate Address S. P.
SWEITZER. Cumberland. Md. ap26-14
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, dec.
TTlOR SALE-GOAT. WELL TRAINED. WITH
JO harness, sulkv and wagon In good condi
tion; price (35. Address P. O. BOX 786, Pltts
bnrg. Pa. ap26-97
FOR SALE A SHETLAND PONY-FIVE
years old; chestnut sorrel, flaxen mane and
tall; gentle: very handsome. Inquire of W. T.
DAWSON, Iron City Bazaar Stables, rear of
Hamilton Hotel. ap26-S0
Machinery and Metals.
FOR BALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept In stock, from
4 to 100b. p.; all refitted: good as new, at lowest
prices; mounted portable engines, 8 to 25 U. p.
i3-25Parkway. J.S. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa.
FOR SALE 28x43 CORLISS ENGINE: ONLY
run a year; can be seen In operation; pries
on application; also a new btrange Co. stave ma
chine all complete; capacity 10,000 In 10 hours;
will sell at low figure J. A. MCCORMICK, 159
Irlrst ave. aul-pSJ-uWF
FOR SALE-CONTRACTORS' MACHINERY:
one 7jxl2-lnch donble engine, double drum:
others large and small, with single or donble
friction drums; wire and manlla rope centrifugal
pumps, etc: two 20x4S-lnch horizontal engines
with flywheels. THOMAS CARLIN 'S SON S, cor.
Lacock and Sandusky sts.. Allegheny. Jal7-Mwr
PERSONAL-BOOKS WANTED-1F YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth (1,000, let us know: we will buy one as
quickly as tbe other. LEVI'S BOOK bTORE,
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. fe20
SERSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE,
mother or daughters in repairing and clean
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 made to order; spring
styles now ready. Telephone 1558. mbs
PERSONAL-KENMUIR, HEIR TO ESTATE
of Edmund Kenmulr, son of John Kenmulr,
deceased, of St Joseph, Mo., is reported to have
died in some hospital In tbe city of Pittsburg, Pa.,
in 1888.. he Is entitled to an Interest in his father's
estate Said Edmnnd Kenmulr was attended by
some physician during his last Illness. Upon tbe
proof of his death his physlcan can collect his ac
count. Any Information relative to his death will
he thankfully received. HENRY TUTT, attorney
for the heirs, office No. 13 Court House St.
Joseph. Mo. ap26-86
LOST-GOLD BREASTPIN ON BUTLER ST.,
between Fifty-first and Fifty-second sts ,
with initials C. W. on. The finder will be re
warded by leaving It at 5126 BUTLER ST.
ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY SALE OP
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 oi various Kinas, one sewing machine,
boxe and packages received prior to January
I, 1S88, from offices of the; Pennsylvania di
vision, west of Harrisbnrg and Willianisport to
Erie and Pittsburg, including Allegheny City,
Pa,, and now in store in Pittsburg, will be sold
at public auction to tbe highest bidder at the
Auction House of the Henry Anction Co., No.
311 Market street. Pittsburg, Pa., APRIL 27.
I8S9, at 10 A. M., unless the same shall be called
for and the charges paid thereon.
H. STONER, Asst Snpt.
"W. H. GLENN. Aeent, Pittsburg, Pa.
HENKY AUCTION CO., Auctioneers.
Assistant Superintendent's Office,
PlTTSBUEO, PA, April 15 1889. ftpl4-2-15,28
AUCTION SALE AT THE ROOMS, NO.
311 Market st, FRIDAY MORNING,
April 28, at 10 o'clock. Fine silk and satin bro
catelle, crushed, brocade and silk -plushes,
tapestry and hair cloth parlor suits, easy chairs,
conches, bed lounges, fancy rockers, divans
and tetes, mahogany, walnut, oak and cherry
chamber suits, wardrobes, folding beds, dress
ers, bedsteads, washstands, chairs and rockers,
library and center tables, bookcases, desks,
secretaries, cheffoniers. ball racks, sideboards,
extension tables, cupboards, buffets, kitchen
tables and chairs, mattresses, springs, pi'luws
and bolsters, cabinets, lamps notions, dishes,
and cooking utensils, elegant Brussels, velvets,
moauets and intrrain caroets. stoves, refrigera
tor, pictures, rngs, curtains, etc These goods
mnst ail go the highest bidder, to make room
for Adams' Express sale nextSatnrday morning.
HENRY AUCTION CO., Auctioneers. ap2S-S9
AUCTION SALE BEAUTIFUL SEWICK
LEY residence, cor. Logan and Thorn
St., only 4 minutes from station, SATURDAY,
APRIL 27, 1889, at 4 o'clock P. jr., on tbe prem
ises, a good substantial frame dwelling of 8
large rooms, handsomely papered and painted,
bath, h. and c water, slate roof, cistern, both
passes, all otber conveniences necessary to
make a complete borne; lotUxl53 feet, covered
with choke fruit and shrubbery; bouse open
for inspection; terms, one-third cash, balance
to suit. BLACK BAIRD, 95 Fonrth ave
ESTATE OF HENRY ROBINSON, DECD
Letters of administration on the above
estate having been granted to tbe undersigned,
all persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make payment, and those having
claims to present the same, witbont delayvtu
DAVID ROBINSON, Adminfr, West View.
Allegheny co. Pa., or his att'y, MARSHALL
BROWN. 157 Fourth ave, Pittsburg.
ROBB 4 FITZSIMMONS, Attorneys at Law.
TO THE COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS
JL of Allegheny county.
"Jui re application for transfer of license No.
62, March, 1889, of F. C. Miller, of Pittsburg,
by F. C. Miller to VT. S. Anderson & Co.
Notice is hereby given that on Saturday,
May 4, 1889, at 10 o'clock A. ir., the application
for the transfer of above license No. 62, March,
1889, to W. S. Anderson & Co., will be beard by
said Court, atwblcb tune persons opposing said
transfer, as well as parties above named, will
appear. D. K. McaUNNEGLE, Clerk.
TO LET NEW SEVEN-ROOMED HOUSE
(16. J. W.LOW.BY, Rldgest, nearThlrtv
TO LET-COTTAGE HOUSE ON MT. WASH
INGTON, cor. Gray and Dllworth streets:
has ten rooms, large lot; is supplied with natural
f;as and city water; will be divided to snlt two
enants. Inquire at A. GARRISON FOUNDRY
CO.'S OFFICE, 10 and 12 Wood St. ap20-17
TO LET A COMFORTABLE DWELLING,
No. 170 Arch street, Allegheny City. Inquire
of MRS. T. G. HERRON, No. ISO Sandusky street.
TO LFT-CHEAP-NO. lOlTAYETTE STREET,
Allegheny, S rooms: late Improvements:
treat reduction in rent. Bee W. A. HERRON &
ONS, 80 Fonrth avenue ap21-79-uwF
10 LET-FURNISHED HOUSE ON NEVILLE
Island. ODDOslte Dlxmont sta.. P.. F. AC.
Ry.: large grounds and rruit. Inquired. W. C
JOHNSTON, 94 ater St., Pittsburg. Pa, ap25-44
TO LET-MY HOUSE, THIRTEEN ROOMS,
at Laurel Station, t. Wayne road, all mod
ern Improvements, stable and carriage house two
acres sround, with ilver view. Inquire on prem
ises, or at 219 Lacock street, Allegheny- WM. T.
TO LET-CHOICE APARTMENTS FOR
light housekeeping, with gas, waterandbath.
Apply to J. G. MORROW, Shoe btore, 289 Ohio
St., Allegheny. ap25-85
TO LET-SOME UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping, some four-room flats, two
storerooms. or particulars inquire on premises.
44 FOURTH bTREET. apI9-62-19,21,22,2426,28
TO LET THE BEST GARDEN FARM ATMc
KEE'S Rocks. Inquire No. 638 LIBERTY
SI'., Pittsburg. mh7-84-EOD
Offices. Delt lloom. tc
TO LET-DESIRABLE SUIT OF OFFICES,
elegantly furnished, at low rent, second floor
No. 96 Fonrth avenne with eleratorand janitor
service. W. A. HERRON & SONS. 80 Fourth
avenue. . ap2l-79-HVfjr
TO LET-OFFICES; LARGE AND SMALL;
newly renovated on 2d and all of 3d floors;
opposite City Hall: suitable for lodge rooms. In
quire at 1. MELLON & SON'S "bank. 512 and 514
Smithfield St. ap21-22-SuWF
TO LET GERMANIA SAVINGS BANK
bnlldlng, corner Wood and Diamond streets
fonr offices at low rent; one single office 15x20, and
two connecting offices, 20x26 and 15x18; one single
office 12x15; all splendidly lighted: finished in
modern style; aU .newly painted and papered: pos
session at once. mh30-83-D
TO LET-SECOND. THIRD AND FOURTH
stories over 313 Smithfield st.; with entrance
from Fourth avenue. C H. LOVE, 93 Fourth ave
TO LET-MT. BELLEVIEW HOTEL, NEAR
Wheeling, W. Va.; this commodious and
attractive summer hotel is truly furnished, beauti
fully situated upon the national pike and Wheel
ing and Elm Grove Motor Line in
sight Mt, de Chantal; midway between
Wheeling and Wheeling Park: cars pass each
way every hour: tbe hotel Is surrounded by a de
lightful park often acres, with an abundance of
shade walks, drives, etc. : billiard room and ten
pin alleys. Particulars, etc., address FRANK
WALKER, Wheeling, W.Va. Possession can be
had Immediately. Can be seen at Matt Weiss'
until Satnrday. apas-25
TO LET-OUR "TO LET" LIST, AS HERETO
FORE Issued from our office is now pub
lished every Wednesday( without expense to land
lords) in The Dispatch only. SAMUEL W.
BLACK St CO... 99 Fourth ave. ap3-S3-UTWTF
TO LET-FOR THE SUMMER MONTH3-A
comfortable, furnished residence or seven
rooms, with large grounds, flowers and trees;
within two minutes' walk of cable cars: reasona
ble rent. Address LEONARD. Dispatch office.
EWARD TA-VA-ZON I-NATURE'SPRICE-LESS
gift to suffering humanity: rorallall
ments; Visit GRIFFITH'S PHARMACY'. 301
Grant, cor. Third avenue, Pittsburg, and secure a
bottle: yoo will be well rewardedfor 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 tronbles.
T7OUND-A POCKETBOOK. THE OWNFR
X' can have the same by applying at 59 FOURTH
AVE., city. ap25-87
SPECIAL MEETING OF MASTER BRICK
LAYERS' Association at Builders' Ex
change, corner of Liberty and Ninth street.
Pittsburg, on FRIDAY EVENING. AprU 26,
1889, at 7 30 o'clock. By order of
ap24-82 CHAIRMAN. -
PXTTSBUsa, Virginia and Charleston)
Railway company, J
Pitjsbcro, April 20, 1889. )
Election Notice to Stockholders:
mHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
JL stockholders of tbe Pitts., Va. & Ch. By.
Co. will be held at Union station (Room No. 8)
in the Cltv of Pittsburg, on TUESDAY. May 7,
1889, at 11.30 o clock A. if., for the purpose of
electing a Board of Managers, to serve for the
ensuing year, and for the transaction of such
other business, as may properlv come before
said meeting. By order of tbe President.
ap21-68 D. P. COR WIN. Secy.
SEALED PROPOSALS, IN TRIPLICATE,
will be received at this office until noon. lo
cal time, Thursday, May 23. 1889, for furnishing
the labor and material required in constructing
a snagboat. Specifications will be furnished
bidders on application, and detailed drawings
can be examined and all necessary information
obtained at this office. Proposals will only be
considered from those who can give satisfac
tory evidence of their ability to construct the
boat as required and in the time specified. Tbe
United States reserves the right to reject anv
or all bids. The attention of bidders is invited
to the acts of Congress approved February 26.
1885, and February 23, 1887, vol. 23. page 332, and
vol. 24. page 414, Statutes at Large. D. W.
LOCK"vV OOD, Major or Engineers, U. S. A.,
U. S. Engineer Office, Custom Honse, Cincin
nati, Ohio, April 23, 1889.
MAV INAUGURATION OF THE
mi 1 NEW EXPOSITION BUILDING.
AND TWO AFTERNOON CONCERTS,
TUESDAYnEVENlNG, MAY 2 Is
HERR ANTON SEIDL. Musical Director.
ORCHESTRA OF 100 MUSICIANS.
CHORUS OF 600 VOICES.
49-TIcket for Single Concerts, J3, S2, SI and
0c. according to location.
Season Tickets, $12 50, $8 and S3, according
to location. "
Private Boxes, seating sir,
8100 for the season.
SAT F OF MAYM-HAMTLTOirB
01..L.E, Ur MUSIC STORE.
Grand Opera House Extra
E. D. "WILT. Lessee and Manager.
WEEK: COMMENCING MONDAY,
The Sterling Comedy Drama,
ALONE IN LONDON,
Presented by tbe Brooklyn Park Theater Co.
under the. Direction ot
SINN AND DESHETLEY.
BEATS NOW ON SALE. an2K5
1 RAND OPERA HOU8E
VT Every Evening. Matinee Saturday.
- The World's Greatest Magician.
KELLAR. W '
Week April 29 Alone in London. ap21-U
.RAND CENTRAL RINK
To-nigh Matinees Tuesday, Wednesday,
f inlay uu taaturuav.
HURLBURT-S HORSE SHOW.
Horses. Dojrs and Ponies. Admission, 25, 35 and
60 cents . Matinees at 2 p. it. Night at 8. ap2J
in VOYAGE EN SUISSE.
Next week The Howard Athenaaum Star
Specialty Company. ap25
ARRY WILLIAMB' AOADEMY-
xo-mgni, juatinees Tuesday, Thursday
LEAVTPT'S" FOLLY AND BURLESQUE CO.
MONTE CRISTO, JR. ap2I-38
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS OF
Smoky City Building and Loan Associa
tionAt tbe annual meeting held May 4 an
amendment to by-laws increasing; weekly dues
will be voted npon.
ap2&88 S. F. PATTERSON, President
IO. O. F. ATTENTION! BROTHERS
. of the order are invited to participate in
the anniversary parade Friday-Apnl SB, at I r.
M. Brothers will meet at Odd Fellows' HalL 67
Fourth avenue. Bv order of
ap26-13 GRAND MASTER, J. H. SKELTON.
TRKASUBXB OF AH.EQHEKT COCTtTT.
AprU L 1889.
In pursuance of the 21st section of an
act relating to Allegheny county, approved the
1st day ot 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 will be open and I will be prepared to re
ceive the county, State and poor taxes for
1889 on and after the
1ST DAY OF MAY. 1889.
Said taxes can be paid at this office nntn the
1st day of August with a dednction of 5 per
cent for prompt payment to all persons paying
tbe whole amount of their taxes. There wilt
be no reduction allowed during tbe month of
There will be 10 per cent added to all taxes
remaining unpaid on tbe 1st day of September,
apl-18-D Treasurer of Allegheny County.
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 atasnecial election to be held Jane
18, 1889. Published by order of the Secretary of
the Commonwealth, in pursuance ot Article
XVHI of the Constitution.
Joint resolution proposing an amendment to
the Constitution of this Commonwealth.
Section L Be it resolved bythe 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 tbereor:
There shall be an additional article to said
Constitution to be designated as Article XIX,
Tbe manufacture, sale, or keepingforsale of
intoxicating liquor, to be used 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 of the Commonwealth.
AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION
proposed to the citizens of this Common
wealth by tbe General Assembly of the Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania, for their approval
or rejection at a special election to be held
June 18, 1889. Published by order of the Secre
tary of tbe Commonwealth, in pursuance of
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
Howe 0 Representatives of the Commonwealth
of J'ennsyliania 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,
tbe fonr qualifications for voters which reads
"If twenty-two years of age or upwards,. ho'
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 have been a citizen of the
United States at least one month.
Second. He shall hve resided in tbe 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
Third. He shall have resided in the election
district where he shall offer to vote at least two
months immediately preceding the election.
Fourth. If twenty-two years of age or up
wards, he 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 tbe election," shall be
amended, so as to read as follows:
Every male citizen twenty-one years of age,
possessing the following qualifications, shall
be entitled to vote at the polling place of the
election district of which he shall at the time
do a resident and not elsewhere:
First, He shall have been a citizen of tbe
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 ornatlve born citizen of the State,
be shall have 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 least
thirty days immediately preceding tbe elec
tion. The legislature, at tbe session thereof
next after the adoption of this section, shall,
and from time to time thereafter may, enact
laws to properly enforce this provision.
Fourth. Every male citizen of the age of
twenty-one years, who shall have been a citi
zen for thirty days and an Inhabitant of this
Stato one-year nexWprecedlng 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 be entitled to
vote at such election in the election district of
which he shall at tbe time be a resident and not
elsewhere for all officers that now are or here
after may be elected by the people: Provided,
That in time of war no elector in the actual
military service of the State or of the United
States, in the army or navy thereof, shall be
deprived of his vote by reason of bis absence
from sucblelection district, and the legislature
shall have power to provide the manner in
which and the time and nlace at which ntch
absent electors may vote, and for the return
and canvas of their votes in tbe 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 in tbe
navigation of the waters of the State or of the
high seas, nor while a student of any college or
seminary of learning, nor while kept at any
almshouse or public institution, except tbe 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, tbe citizens who shall be entitled to the
right of suffrage hereby established."
A true copy of tbe joint resolution.
CHARLES W. STONE.
mh!4-l-r Becretary of the Commonwealth
Dry Bunds Store
Has been doing an annual business of 35,000:
Will sell at a discount of 25 per cent for cash or
Owner engaged in othor business and desires,
to sell immediately. Address
ap2i-5L W. K.. P. O. Box 632, City.
Perrysville avenne. at Terminus ot Federal
Street Electric Railway.
200 DESMBLEJpilM SITES.
Private sales each day from 9 A. ar, to 5 P. Sf.
except public sales
EVERY SATURDAY AT 2 O'CLOCK,
' On tho Premises.
T. E. McCumsey will be found on the grounds
each day to give all information desired.
Electric cars leave Allegheny P. O. every 15
minntes. Plans and particulars from A. J.
413 Grant St., at 243 Federal st, Allegheny.
ap27 " '
EXPOSITIOH PARK RACES
CENTENNIAL DAY, April 30, 18S9.
Butchers and Merchants' Race, 2 40 Trotting
Race and Running Race.
' Horses called at 2 o'clock and started at 2.30
o'clock sharp. Entries for 40 trot closes day of
race. MOORE FLOYD.
Setfy Exposition Park. Allegheny City.
IE Admission to all parts of the
BY GEO. K. 8TEVENS0N 4 CO,
GROCERIES AND" TABLE DELICACIES,
8IXTH AVENUE. JaMB-WTF
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE.
LN reports of viewers on the openings, of
"Fifty-first street,! rom Bntlerstreet to the Alle
gheny rivei. and Center avenue, from Aiken
avenue to Hiland avenue, have been approved
by Councils, which action will be final unless
an appeal is filed in tbe Court ot Common
Pleas within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PITT3BURO, April 25, 1889. ap25-60
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the reports of the viewers on the con
struction ot sewers on Sheridan street, from.
Station to. Hoeveler street; Rodman street;
from Hiland avenue to Sheridan street: Na
trona alley, from Fifty-fourth to Fifty-third
streets, and Hoeveler street from Hiland
avenue to Collins avenne. nave been approved
by Councils, which action will be final unless
an appeal is filed in the Court of Common Pleas
within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PlTTSBUIlO. April 25, 1889. ap25-OT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the report of viewers on the damages
caused by the grading of Natrona alley, from
Stanton avenue to Fifty-second street, has
been approved by Councils, which action will
be final nnlesa an appeal is filed m tbe Court of
Common Pleas within ten (10) days from a3te,
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PrrrsBPRO. April 25, 1889. ap260
Office of Department of Charities, i
PlTTSBDEO, April 15, 1889. J
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE..
CEIVED at the office of the City Controller
until Friday, April 26, 1889. at 2 o'clock P. K,
for furnishing eOO barrets straight family flour,
20 barrels graham flour, 40.000 pounds brown
middlings, 60.000 pounds bran, 10,000 pounds
oil meal. 10,000 pounds screenings. 0,000
pounds kiln dried corn meaL To be delivered
at City Farm; flour in seamless sacks. Blanks,
bonds and all information furnished
at the office of Chief of Depart ment. 177 Fourth
avenue. Bonds in double tbe amount of the
bids mnst accompany each proposal, said bonds
to be probated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves theright
to reject any or all bids. R. C. ELLIOTT,
aplG-11 Chief of Department of Chanties.
flTY TAXES NOTICE IS HEREBY
J given that the duplicates for March and
September installments of City. Special and
Sub-District School Taxes for the year!889
have been placed in my bands for collection by
the Board of Assessors authorized to assess the
First installment of City Taxes payable In
March or April, second installment payable in
April or September. Five per cent discount al
lowed on second Installment only, if paid with
firsts installment In month of March, but no
discount is allowed on first installment.
Business Tax and Water Rents payable In
month ot Jane. Five per cent added on all
delinquent taxes on May L on July 1 for Busi
ness Tax and Water Rents, and October I for
second installment of City Taxes.
No statement furnished unless you Intend
paving yonr taxes with checks.
Office will be kept open on last Saturday In
March and April, nntil 8 o'clock p. 3t.
J. F. DENNISTON,
mhl4-100-D City Treasurer.
CJEPARATE AND SEALED PROPOSALS
O will be received at the office of tbe City
Controller until Saturday, April 27. 1889. at 2
o'clock B. Jr., for tbe excavation and masonry,
for tbe extra foundation of No. 4 police station.
Also, for remodeling and fitting up third floor
of No. 3 fire engine bouse.
Also, for repairs to plumbing work In No. 11
engine honse. corner of Ninth and Bingham ,
Plans and specification can be seen at tbe
general office of tbe Department of Pnblio
Bonds in donble tbe amount of each bid will
be required, said bonds to be probated before
the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves the right
to reject any or all bids.
J. O. BROWN.
Chief of the Department of Public Safety.
SEPARATE AND SEALED PROPOSALS
will be received at the office of the City
Controller nntil Saturday. April 27, 1889, at 2 P.
X., for printing and binding 300 copies of the
annual report of the Department of Pnblio
Safety, and for printing and binding 5j0 copies
of the report of the Board of Health for the
year 1887. and, also, for printing and binding
600 copies of thereportof the Bureau of Health
for the year 1888.
All bids mnst be upon blanks furnished by
the Department of Public Sif ety.
Plans and specifications can be seen at the
general office of tbe Department of Public
Bonds in donble the amount of each bid will
be required, said bonds to be probated before
the Mayor, or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
J. O. BROWN,
Chief of tbe Department ot Public Safety,
Crnr Treasurer s o stick,
Mnnlcipal Hall. Smithfield street.
TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ALL
J.1 owners (whether residents or non-residents
of the city of Pittsburg) of drays, carts,
wagons, carriages, buggies, etc, mnst pay their
license at this office forthwith. All licenses not
paid on or before first Monday in March. 1888,
will be placed in the hands of police officers for"
collection, subject to a collection fee or 50
cents, and all persons neglecting to pav on or
before first Monday in May, 1889. will'be sub
ject to a penalty dontile the amount of the
license, to be recovered before the proper legal
authorities ot said city. The old metal plate ot
last year mnst be returned at the time licenses
are taken ont, or 25 cents additional will be
charged on the license. Rates of license: Each
one-horse vehicle. 6 00: each two-horsa vehicle,
$10 00: each four-horse vehicle, $12 00: each four
horse hack, S15 00: omnlbns and timber wheels
drawn by two horses, $10 00. One extra dollar
will be charged for each additional horse used,
in above specified vehicles.
J. F. DENNISTON.
fel4-70-D Cltv Treasurer.
PrrrsBtjRG, Pa April 22. 1889.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at the office of the Citv Con
troller until Thursday. May 2, A. D. 1889, at 2
P. IS., for the following, viz.:
Larkms alley, from South Twenty-fourth
street to a point about 150 feet eastwardly, 12
Carey alley, from end of present sewer near
east line of South Twenty-ninth street, for a
distance of 450 feet westwardly; 12 and 15-Inch
Meyran street, from crown between Louisa
and Bates streets, to Louisa street; lo-incb pipe.
Butler street extension. River avenue. Ever
ett street, private property of John Berlin.
Pennsylvania Railroad. Julius Voetter. et aL
Penn avenue and Dennlston avenue, from
Fifth avenue to Shakespeare street; 4 to 5
feet brick and stone.
Denniston avenue, from Fifth avenne to
Shakespeare street: 20 and 24-inch pipe.
Fifth street, from Liberty avenne to the AI-.
Ieeheny river; 18 inch-pipe.
Haights street) andprivate properties of Mrs.
S. J. Sargent, John H. McKelvy, Wm. Ward,
Pennsylvania Insurance Company, A- V. R. R
M. F. Scaife and others, from Stanton avenne
to Allegheny river, 3 and 5 feet brick and
Center avenne. from Graham street to CoI
lege street; 15-inch pipe.
Stanton avenue, Viola alley and private
property of Henry Janson and Mellon Bros.,
from west side of Hiland avenue to Negley
run; 18, 20 and 24-inch pipe.
Herron avenue, from east side of Anderson
street to Center avenue; 20 and 24-Inch pipe.
Summerlea street. Hold en street, Howe and
O'Hara streets, from Ellsworth avenne to
Shady avenue; 3 feet brick and stone 20 and
24 Inch pipe.
Bayard and Neville streets, from Craig street
to an outlet at or near tunnel ot the Junction
Railroad, north of Center avenue; 20 and 24
Plans and specifications can be seen and
blanks for bidding can be obtained at this
Proposals must be accompanied by a bond,
probated before the Mayor or City Cleric
The Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Pnblic Works.
32 Lots at $100 each.
12 Lots at $200 each.
7 Lots at $300 each.
10 Lots at $500 each.
These are large lots fronting on 50-feet streets,
one of which Is being paved; and are marked at
low prices to sell themselves. Situated In Thirty-second
ward. 10 minntes' walk from incline;
water and gas; good neighborhood; fare 3 cents:
monthly tickets $1 25. I will be on the ground
every Saturday from 1 to 5 o'clock. Terms to
suit. S. GIFFIN, Fourth ave. and Smithfield.
on tho line of the Federal st Electric Railway.
Beautifnl building sites laid out in J acre
tracts, fronting Perrysville ave. Special in
ducements to parties who will improve: city
water; within a few minutes of Allegheny
MarketHouse; cars leave Allegheny P.O. every
15 minutes. Plans and particulars from
SAMUEL WATSON, on the premises.
Or A. J. PENTECOST. 413 Grant St. ap24-6w
JOSEPH PAEKES 4 CO..
Solicit afffinrlfM fni mannfina , Z .
steel or metal and patented goods; nnexceS
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SfS Smithfield street, Pittsburg, Pa. Freihelai
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