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THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, MONDAY,- APRIL '29, 1889i
EnInteresting Sermon by Eer. L. S.
Osborne, of Chicago.
EfSKED TKDTHS ABOUT DIGNITY.
fije;is the Pastor Who Thought Poor People,
Also, Had Souls.
PET. JONES TEARS LICENSES TO PIECES
Key. It. S. Osborne, of Chicago, pastor of
.Trinity Episcopal Church, the wealthiest
,.,.f congregation in Chicago, preached last
' 4 evening in Calvary Church. East End. Mr.
- Osborne has resigned his pastorate in Chi
cago, owing to a dispute as to how the
church was to be conducted. The wealthy
pork-stickers, who contributed hundreds of
c' dollars annually to the church, thought
their pastor had no business trying to save
common souls by inviting them into the
elegantly upholstered pews of the church.
Mr. Osborne thought a poor man had as
much right to spiritual comfort as the rich
man, and worked among the former. The
latter thought he was too plebeian for them,
and some talk led to the pastor's resigna
tion, which takes effect July 1. It was an
other case similar to the St. Thomas epi
sode in 2Tew York City.
Mr. Osborne took for his test last even
ing: "The younger men likewise exhort to
be sober minded." Titus ivS. Among
other good things he said:
These words form part of St Paul's Instruc
tions to the young man Titus, placed by him in
charge of a little Christian congregation on the
Island of Crete in the Mediterranean Sea. The
bishopric, or overseership, of Crete was an ini-
' portant and difficult position for so young a
,.- man as Titus.
HOW THE ADAGE GEEW.
-? There were unruly people there, so it was a
V common proverb that the Cretons were always
untruthful, licentious, indolent and gluttonous.
- indeed St. Paul, speaking at a time when
J clergymen were not wont to mind their words,
i bnt to use pretty plain language, calls the
" members of this island diocese "liars, evil
beasts, sow bellies," etc. With these national
sins in view he gives to Titus, very specifically,
1 just what kind or instructions he ought to give
each and every class of Christians committed
to his charge.
The man who never smiles is not necessarily
any more sober minded than the flippant
creature who cackles at everything he sees in
life, naught but one stupendous joke. To be
always solemn and morose is no sign of super
ior mental strength nor even of average sanity.
On the contrary one of the most dangerous of
all mental diseases is melancholia, or the state
of chronic sadness and gloom, the victim of
which loses the faculty of laughing.
The wisest, the holiest, the greatest men have
a keen sense of the ludicrous, and enjoy a sea
son of relaxation, and their pleasure intensifies
in proportion, to the importance of their usual
work place and the deep seriousness with which
they are wont to look at life. When a man in
a high position of great responsibility is al
wavs on his dignity and seems afraid of unbend
ing in innocent mirth, you may be pretty sure
he is a small man who depends upon his office
or his position rather than upon his character
and attainments, for the respect and honor of
A company of doctors, lawyers and preachers
are always merry, just because these men are
ordinarily concerned with a very serious busi
ness. THESE SHOULD BE ANTIDOTES.
Beligion is conceived by a great many ex
cellent people as a kind of Delsarte system, in
which attributes, and postures, and inflexions
and utterly unimportant conventialisms gauge
a man's spirituality. This was the reason why
Jesus was so unacceptable to the Pharisees of
His day and generation.
In conclusion I exhort you to be "sober
minded;' to learn to look at life in such a way
-as to be able to discern what are its Important
intrinsic elements, to which you are bound to
give your best and greatest energy, to which
yon bad best devote the most of your time,
iJioiir strength, your thoughts; whether in the
long run you had better serveod. or human
man, sit, or righteouslessly.the spirit ofjthe age
or the spirit of Jesus Christ.
DEAWIKG IT TEEI STEONG.
Rey. David Jones Makes a Decidedly One
sided Picture ofLlcensn.
"The Iiicense Court and the Saloon" were
discussed by Bev. D. Jones at the First
Methodist Church last evening. In speak
ing of the law and the License Court, he
Rulers ought to be a terror to evil-doers, and
they are. They are a security and shield to
moral mankind. The License Court is a great
terror to saloon keepers, of which they have a
wholesome dread, and for cause. The recent
revolution in their ranks has been discussed in
the newspapers, on the street corners, every
where, and the Question arises, are their com
plaints groundless, and is the Court just or not
in refusing many licensesT
If tberels a redeeming feature in the saloon
it has never been discovered in the history of
mankind. It is the institution which is indi
rectly guilty of every crime in the category.
It is utterly without conscience or remorse, and
is a general curse to any community in which
It exists, bene: nothing more than a den of
iniquity and t demoralizing factor to all legiti
mate business and a source of every woe which
HThe state of affairs in Allegheny county as to
the retail trade, notwithstanding the restrictive
measures of last year, are appalling. The State
and county tax amounts to 81.000,000, while the
retail men have turned into their coffers over
S5.aO.000 for rum. Just think of itl Only
about $500 is needed, together with a shanty, a
barrel of beer, a gallon of whisky and a few
glasses, then the business is established, with
the necessary license.
w cat return have we for the blasted homes,
ruined lives, crimes innumerable! Who can
tell what the inside goings on of many a home
are, crushed by the curse of rum! God alone
The speaker spoke of the revenue derived by
the county from the saloons, which amounted
to $61,000; but also pointed to the fact that it
cost between 100,000 and 200,000 to defray the
cost of the criminal cases and maintain the
criminal institutions which are chargeable to
MORE THAN THE! THINK IT.
,'Rev. Dr. Swope, of Wheeling, on the Mia-
Y. alon of Men In the World.
Bev. Dr. Swope, of Wheeling, preached
junder the auspices of the Trinity Chapter
gof) St. Andrew's Brotherhood in Trinity
hurch Jast evening. His remarks were
specially for the benefit of men, and he said
that their mission here on earth from a
standpoint of Christianity was more than
' they thought it was. Too much is
devolved upon the women. In the
days of the Old Testament men were much
more recognized as leaders in Christianity,
and in the Bible they are continually called
"brethren" while the women are in comparison-an
unknown quantity. Now it is dif
ferent, the women having to take the whole
load on their shoulders, while the men sit
back and sanction their course, but do not
lend a helping hand.
"Woman's influence is great; but must she
carry the burden single-handed in the great
-work of doing good?
The good man argued that when woman
erred and was "branded an outcast, man was
equally to blame, and the same punishment
should be meted ont to him as to the weaker
"Oh, men, said he, lend your aid to the
church, to'the Sunday school, everywhere;
it is essential to the training of children,
sanctifying homes and purifying the world.
Enjoy life now, bnt at the same time go and
serve the Lord."
a MIBSIONAE! FfiOJI CHINA.
Bev. J. p. Hearst, Formerly of Slam
Preaching In the City.
Bey. J. j. Hearst, who was for a while
missionary iu Siam and later In Canton,
China, but during the last six
years has been stationed at Osako,
China, where he has labored most
successfully in building tip churches, hav
i?E an average organised two a year
and baptized 300 persons annually, occu
pied the pulpit of the Belleneia Presby
terian, Church. He 4 ot tig sermon
wasS'-AJid the blood of Jesus Christ, His
BQcleansea from all .tin,"!, John, 1:7.
The Flrat Church of Pittsburg Formed
Under Favorable Auspices A Sensible
Sermon on Labor Starts It.
The new First TJniversaiist Church of
Pittsburg, was founded by Bev. "W. S.
"Williams at Imperial Hall, on -Sew Grant
street, yesterday forenoon, with 125 persons
present to start with. The subject of the
reverend gentleman's sermon was "Driven
Prom Eden," and it treated of the labor-
and-sweat curse pronounced upon Adam
and Eve when driven from the garden.
Upon this point Mr. Williams said:
If this is the "curse" it is the most blessed
curse ever put upon mankind. Nature drives
all of us along from'the ease of childhood into
the cares and temptations of manhood; out of
the ease of manhood into the exigencies of age:
out of age into the untried future. Behind are
the green fields, sparkling waters and luxuri
ous ease, before us labor, care, anxiety, strug
gle. In man's view there is a harshness to it;
there is an unnecessary obligation and responsi
bility attendant upon it which he would gladly
rid himself of. Wo all have Adam's love of
Eden. There is in us a native inclination to
inactivity. We seldom labor out f the purest
love of It. we do not bear care graciously; we
do not encounter temptation willingly; we do
not court sorrow, pain, affliction, wo experi
ence a disposition to be exempt from them all,
and we of ttlmes think that we would be com
pletely happy and perfect were the Incubus of
inactivity lilted from us.
But it were well for us that all our notions
are not carried out; for we mistake what is to
our largest development. It is xortunate'that
there is a "God's side to Eden."
Eden represents the first and lowest estate of
man; it is the symbol of inactivity, snplne ex
istence. "Driven out of Eden'1 means the
struggle for existence. God has a purpose in
ns which reveals itself outside of Eden. Like
all his successors, Adam loved life, but never
before had he realized the extreme value of it
as when he perceived its contmnance was de
pendent upon his own exertions. The market
value of life appreciated wben Adam was cast
onto the world.
In Eden there was comparatively nothing;
outside there were all the wonderful, mip-hnr
resources and powers of earth. God had stored
them outside, and sent man out to find them
and use them. They have gradually yielded to
man's endeavors, but under the pressure of
Cast out of Eden we develop our strength in
figbtlnctthe elements. Cradled in luxury and
fondled in the lap of ease never makes great
men. He only knows the true value of a dol
lar who in the sweat of his brow has earned
the cents to make it.
Virtue is seen in its most beautiful radiance
when it has struggled through a sea of tempta
tion; when its maintenance were far more dim
cnlt than its abandonment. Truth appears
most luminous when it breaks through the
darkness, or over a sea of doubt. Love finds
its richest expression when the cords of affec
tion have been strained or snapped by care,
affliction, sorrow or trial.
God drives us from Eden that wo may make
our way to heaven; He starts us from the low
est to reach the highest. Out of Eden man be
came a co-worker with God. God meant man
to help Him complete tho world, and in Eden
he couldn't do it.
100 TEAKS OF LIBERTY.
Dr. Holland, of Bellefield Church, Views
the Relisloas Side.
Dr. "W. J. Holland, pastor of the Belle
field Presbyterian Church, preached last
eyeningon the subject, "OneHundred Years
of EeligiousLiberty." He chose as his text
the words of King -Solomon, I Kings
viii. 56: "Blessed be the Lord God who hath
given rest to his people Israel." He applied
these words as fitly representing the free
dom from religious strifes, enjoyedby the citi
zens of the American Commonwealth during
the last 100 years, especially as contrasted
with the dissension prevalent in those
countries where the State has assumed the
patronage of relicion on its statutory regu
lations. He called attention to the provis
ions ot the American Constitution securing
religious freedom and asked the question,
has the experience in the past 100 years
justified the action of the framers of the
Constitution in creating this provision?
He then rapidly surveyed the history of
the growth of the Protestant denomination.
Whereas there were only 1,000 communicant
members in the Protestant churches 100
years ago, there are now 12,000,000, repre
senting 40,000,000 of the population. The
Presbyterian Church alone could only show
about 18,000 communicant members in the
United States 100 years ago. To-day there
are over 1,000,000, and the gifts of the Pres
byterian Church the past year in benevo
lence were over 13,000,000. In view of
these facts, he said, it appears that the
cause of religion has not suffered be
cause of the divorce affected between church
In conclusion Dr. Holland quoted from
'." ""' uiuuiuuiiivauui, snowing
how the intelligent Englishman has been
impressed with the fact that all things
which distinguish this country as one of the
most blessed is the attitnde ot non-interfer
A chance lost if you don't Tead. At 30
cents, finest French (Freres Koechlin) all
wool challi stripes, worth 50 and 60 cents;
specially adapted for ladies' tea gowns,
Misses' and children's dresses, and for
blouse waists. Only stripes, but beautiful
goods; only 30 cents. Boggs & Buhl.
Make no Mistake
In bnying your furniture, go to the manu
facturer, and save money. There is only
one in the twin cities and their goods and
prices defy competition. Therefore go to
M. Seibert & Co., cor. Lacock and Hope
streets, near railroad bridge, Allegheny.
Silk table No. 1 The great surah bar
gain; fine double-warp, large plaids, stripes
and plains; price 50 cents; worth twice the
money. Procrastination means disappoint
ment. Come quickly.
Boggs & Buhl.
Elegant combination dress patterns, em
broidered and lace trimmed, our own exclu
sive styles, reduced from $40, 45 and $50
to uniform price, (30 each to close.
MWFSU HUGUS & HACKE.
La. Matilde imported cigars from 510 to
40 per hundred. G. "W. Schmidt,
95 and 97 Fiith'Ave.
Carriages of various styles Three
quarter coaches, coupe rockaways, depot
carryalls and pbxtons of all kinds, suitable
for use of private families, at Thos. S.
O'Neil & Co.'s, 5821-5825 Penn ave., E. E.
Telocipede nnd Tricycles.
Five sizes for boys from 4 to 12 years.
Three sizes for girls from 4 to 15 years, at
Lauer's Toy House, 620 Liberty st.
Best 1 60 per doz. cabinet photos in the
city. (Prompt delivery. Iiies' popular gal
lery, 10 and 12 Sixth st. MWFS
P Sateens 10 yards for $1; 200 pieces
American sateens, desirable patterns,choice
colorings; regular 12Jc quality.
ilUOUS SS UACKE.
Smoke the best La Perla del Fumar clear
Havana Key West cigars. Three for 25c
G. "W. Schmidt's. 95 and 97 Fifth Ave.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
'partnership between Frederick Melber
and Samuel Miller, under the firm of Melber
& Miller, was dissolved on the 20th day of
April, 1889. by mutual consent. All claims and
dues to said firm will be paid and discharged
at No. 96 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. F. Melber
will continue at the same place the business of
the above firm.
ap28-53 S. MILLER.
i E. LTNKENHE1MEB,
545 Smithfield street, Pittsburg, Pa. Freibeits
Freund Buildlnc second floor. mh24-80-llWT
pjUNCAN C WHITE,
71 Diamond street,
Second door above Ssitafield,
X3-Display advertisements one dollar per
square for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on Oils page such as Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, etc, ten cents per line or each inser
tion, and none taken foi less than fifty cents.
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public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be reoeived up to 9 P. M. for inser
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Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
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THOMAS McCAFFKEY, 3So9 Bntler street
EMIL G. STUCKEY, 24th street and Penn ave.
E. G. bTUCKEY&CO., Wylie ave. and Fulton St.
N. STOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, Gin Penn avenue.
MCALLISTEB & SHE1BLER, 5th av. & Atwood SU
JACOB 8POHN. No. 2 Carson street.
CBAS. SCHWAEM, 1707 Carson street.
A. J.,KAERCHEU, 69 Federal street.
H. J. McBRIDE. Federal and Ohio streets.
FRED H. EOQEltS. 172 Ohio street. '
F. H. EGGEKd & SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Westernand Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Braver aves.
PEKKY M. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
-TTTANTED-A TINNER-MUST BE A GOOD
TV tin rooter, inquire of or address J. J.
YANENAN, Canonstmrg. Pa. ap2S-5
TTA,TED MALE SERVANTj COLORED.
TV with some experience In house work. Call
11 A. M. or 5 P. M., at 133 WYL1E AVE. ap2-24
WANTED-A BOY TO LEARN THE BARBER
trade: one with cxperlenccprererrea. Ap
ply O SHEPAHD, N o. 1S7 Wylie ave., city. -
WANTED -BOOKKEEPER, ONE EXPE
RIENCED In planlng-mlll business pre
ferred. Address PLANING MILL, Dispatch,
-r7"ANTED-MEN TO LEARN THE ART OF
V V catting gentlemen's garments ; finest system
jtuuwn; no trying on reqnirea: mgui sessions;
JRLINGAbON, 514 Wood St.
YTTANTEU-AN ACTIVE MAN LOCATED
V V outside large cities, balary $100 per month,
to represent. In his own locality, an old house;
references exacted. SUPT. MFG. HOUSE, lock
box 1610, N. Y. OC7-48-M
"TTJANTED-SWEDES TO CANVASS FOB THE
TV new Swedish Bible; Indorsed and approved
ofbyallthe Swedish clergy. Apply at once Tor
terms and outfits to P. 5. FLEMING & CO., 77
Diamond St., Plttsbnrg, Pa. apZ7-
WANTED-ENERGETIO MEN DESIRING A
permanent position In their own district
that will yield then. JI.OOO yearly, to act as agent
and sell to retail trade, can address S. B. MAN
DERSON A CO.. Philadelphia, Pa. ap2S-40
WANTED-AT ST. LOUIS-HOUSE PAINT
ERS can find steady work and good wages
by applying to the Master Painters' Exchange,
2084 N. Fourth st. E. B. MATTHEWS, Presi
dent. HUNT P. WILSON. Secretary. apS-ls
YTTANTED IMMEDIATELY A GOOD
V marble cutter and a first-class marble
Fiollsher. Address, stating lowest wages will wort
or, no time for correspondence, DUNNING
MARBLE ANDGHAN1TECO.. Erie. Pa.
"rtTANTED-A FIRST-CLASS BOOT AND
T V shoe salesman to take Charlie Hall's route
in Pa.;only those who have an extensive acquaint
ance and can command a large trade In that sec
tion need apply. EDMUNDS & MAYO, Boston.
-T7-ANTED-3 FHtST-CLAbS MARBLE AND
YV granite salesmen; must have experience In
this line; one for the city of Plttsbnrg and Alle
gheny and two to travel elsewhere. Address,
stating experience. DUNNING MARBLE AND
GRANITECO., Erie, Pa. mh28-78
-fTTANTEU-AGEiTS ON SALARY: S75 PER
VV month and expenses paid any active man
or woman to sell onr goods by sample and live at
home; salary paid promptly and expenses in ad
vance; fall particulars and sample case free, we
mean JqBt what we say. Address STANDARD
bILVEBWAHECO.. Boston. Mass.
-rrj-ANTED-SALESMEN TO HANDLE THE
YV new patent chemical ink erasing pencil;
greatest novelty ever proauced; erases Ink In two
teconds; no abrasion of paper; 200 to 500 per cent
profit; one agent's sales amounted to (620 In six
(lavs; another S32 in two hours; territory abso
lutely free; salary to good men; sample 35 cents.
For terms and. full particulars address J. W.
bKlNI.'EBACO.,Onalaska, Wis. ' ap2S-42
"IT7"ANTED A GOOD FEMALE COOK FOR
V restaurant. Apply 108 OHIO ST., (Allegheny.
Male and Pcinnle Help.
WANTED SEAMSTRESS. WAITRESS.,
man and colored girls, male and female help for
hotels, waiters, drivers, farm hands, gardener.
MRS.-E. 1HOMPSON, 608 Grant St.
WANTED-A BUTLER, 6 FARM HANDS, 2
men for hotel, woman cook, S7 per week:
200 house girls, 40 for hotels: 60 cooes and cham
bermaids for small families, S3 SO to S4 per week:
nurse girls, 2 colored. MEEHAN'S AGENCY,
545 Grant st. ap29-D
-TTTANTED-POSITION BY YOUNG MAN AS
V V bill clerk or any kind of light ofilce work.
Address C. G., Dispatch office. ap28-37
VV bookkeeper who has good knowledge of
general business and has been accustomed to cor
respondence and finance: first-class references;
salary moderate for start. Address X. Y., Dis
patch office. api5-C5
"TTTANTED-RELIABLE PERSON TO ASSO
VV CIA IE with another In the manniactnrlng
of machine In demand by wood workers; trade
assured: good Investment. SAMUEL THOMAS.
No. 179 Third ave. ap29-2
TTTANTED-A PARTNER IN THE SLACK
VV cooperage business: an old established con
cern, and doing well: additional capital is needed
to enlarge the premises and extend the business;
the new partner would be expected to take charge
of the ofilce department; amountof capital wanted
J50.X100. Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE &
CO., 129 Fourth ave., Plttsbnrg. ap27-S3-D
Boarders nnd Lorteers.
VTTANTED-TWO OR THREB YOUNG GEN-
VV TLEMEN (single) to board for the summer
In town 16 miles from city; good society. Address
B. R., Box 33, Sprlngdale, Pa. ap27-HS
WANTED MORTGAGES LARGE OR
small. ED. WITTISH. 410 Grant street,
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON PROPERTY IN
either city: lowest rates of Interest. SPEN
CER & GLOSSER, 419 Smithfield st. mh23-7
WANTED MORTGAGES MONEYTO LOAN
In sums to suit, at 4, s and 6 per cent.
GRAEBING & LYON, 135 Fourth ave. ap6-el-D
VV in sums to suit at 4!S, s and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
TTTANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PEOP
VV EBTY, over ti, 000; 4U per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO., 82Fourth avenue.
TTANTED-RENTS COLLECTED PROMPT
VV LY; property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
-rrr anted -mortgages in any
V V amounts: 4H to 6 per cent: city and country:
no delav. SAMUEL W. BLACK A, no., fn
Fourth avenne. Ja20-K-MThs
tttanted-good city mortgages in
VV all amounts, from S300 upward; money fur
nished on1 short notice and small expense. C. H.
LOVE, 93 Fpurth avenue. ap28-102
ANTED MORTGAGES ON PITTSBURG,
Allegheny or suburban Improved real
estate, In sums of KOOto 820,000 at lowest rates.
ALEXANDER &. LEE, 313 Wood st. ap27-67-HWS
-TTTANTED TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
V V of (3,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4)f per cent. ITee ortax: also smaller
amounts at S and 6 per cent. BLACK & BAIRD,
85 Fourth avenue. se21-d26-o
-T7-ANTKD-TO LOAN (200,000 ON MORT
VV GAGES; 8100 and upward at 6 per cent;
fan, 000 at i per cent on residences or business
property: also In adjoining counties. 8. H.
FRENCH, 125 Fourth avenne. oc31-e84-D
TrrANTED-HOUSES TO KENT, RENTS TO
VV collect, mortgages on city and suburban
property at i. 5 ana 6 per cent; property selected
and bonght or sold on lowest commission: call for
new property list for April. J. DERMITT, 407
Grant St. anI4-61-n.
"TT7-ANTED-MORTGAGES-81,000, 000TO LOAN
V V on city and suburban properties at 4K, 6and
6 per cent, and on larms In Allegheny and aqla
cent counties at 6 per cent; no money loaned out
of Pennsylvania. I. M. PENNOCK & SON, 105
Fourth avenue. ap7-fll
TTTANTED-TO MAKE LOANS-WE HAVE
VV from tl0,0O0 to 1100,000 to loan on mortgages
on property In the city or county or adjoining
counties; all the details attended to In person and
without pnbllclty. JAS. W. DRAPEA; CO., 129
Fourth avenne. Plttsbnrg. ap23-92-irrrrs
WANTED-TO INVEST 825,000 TO 880.000 BY
an experienced and successful business
man In some legitimate, substantial business en
terprise where he would participate In manage
ment. No schemes. No agents. Address 8UB
STANTIAL. Dispatch ofilce. ap28-31
TTTTANTED-A GOOD SECOND-HAND E:
fKlHBKATOK, medium size, suitable foi
grocer, at MX FEDI
'uumuu iaaii u-
WANTED-25 HORSES AND CARTS: UNITY
Branch P. 8. E. Apply immediately to E.
J. GAYNOB, Latrobe. Pa. ap28-73
WANTED CUSTOMERS FOR CASH BAR-GAINS-Elgin,
silverine watches. 3,p, S3:
Elgin (told ladles' watches. S20, S23, tjS; nickel
clocks 75 cts. : 1847 Rogers' knives and forks, SI'S
per set. J OHN MITSCH, Jeweler. 130 Federal St.
ANTED-EVERYBODY TO KNOW THAT
H. Terherden baa laid In a larire stock of
American watches. ?old and silver, that he can
sell as low as the lowest; remember the place.
HENRY TERHEYDEN, 530 Smithfield St. '
TTTANTED APPLICANTS FOR CIVIL
VV SERVICE Examination questions and fall
Information orhow, when ana where to apply for
Government position sent for 25 cti. In stamps.
Address NATIONAL ILLUSTRATED MAGA
ZINE. Washington, D. C apSS-118
FOR .SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
T710K SALE-MT. WASHINGTONPKOPERTY
JD Several houses with large lots on Virginia
ave.. Bertha, Wyoming ano: Grace sts ranging
In prices from SL 600 to S3, G00. C. BER1NGEK
SON, 103 Fourth ave. ap25-36-ThsM
FOB SALE-FOURTH AVE. AND KOSS6T.
magnificent brick dwelling 10 rooms, vesti
bule, halls, bath, w. c, slate mantels, both
gases, cemented cellar, large range; all modern
conveniences; bargain. ALLES & BAILEY. 1M
FOR SALE-P.800-MIFFLIN STREET, SIX
TEETH ward, convenient to traction line, Ss
fare, new frame dwelling S rooms, finished attic,
hall, vestibule. Inside shutters, side entrance,
etc.: lot 33X101 feet to alley: terms easy. L. O.
FRAZIER, Forty-fifth and Butler ats. ap26-78-MT
I7ORSALE-THE DWELLING AND TWO
? lots No.s219 Thirty-eighth street, above Bntler
street, Pittsburg; 7 rooms in dwelling, with good
cellar, porches etc, and 2 large lots, 55x115 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
S:CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. ap27-53-D
East End Rcsiaence.
FOR SALE-A NEW6-EOOM BOOSE IN THE
East End: natural gas: marble mantels; hall:
cemented cellar; perfectly dry; porches;! nice
level lot: pnre water, etc., etc; price only $3,000,
on monthly payments; immediate posse-slon.
JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pltts
FOR SALE K, 900 WILL BUY A NEW
rrame dwelling Grooms, finished attic, hall,
vestibule. Inside shutters, rear porch, etc; nicely
finished ail through; lot 20x100 feet to alley: three
minutes' walk to Ben Venue station, P. R. R.:
easy terms. L. O. FRAZIER, Forty-fifth and
Butler sts. ap26-7S-M7
T7IOR SALE QUEEN ANNE FRAME DWELL
'X? IN G, close to Pennsylvania Railroad, on as-
Shalt paved St., 10 rooms, reception hall, baywin
ow In dining room, hard wood staircase, stained
glass windows, china closet, range, bath. Inside
r.c., laundry with stationary tubs, slate mantels,
furnace, natural gas, complete sewerage, flag
stone sidewalks, large lot, 50x100 feet; terms, J1.00O
cash: balance to suit buyer. BLACK &BA11CD, 95
Fourth ave. ap23-81-D
OR SALE-NO. 311 SOUTH HILAND AVE
NUE, East End, a modern built 2-story and
mansard brick residence, with porches, etc., 10
rooms, all the modern conveniences, hot and cold
water. Inside w. c, bathroom, etc., both gases,
heater In cellar: lot 65xl40toa 20-root alley, with
good stable and carriage house; all In perfect
order: the location Is unsurpassed by any In the
East End, being on the line of the Pittsburg Trac
tion Co. and near Pa. R. R. and tho Citizens'
Traction Line; this Is certainly the most desirable
gropcrty now offering for sale: it miftt be seen to
e fully appreciated: anyone desiring to look at it
willbefurnlshediwlthapass to look at It on ap
plication at, our office. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth
FOR BALE-TWO ACHES OF LAND, WITH
fine house, 7 large rooms, fruit and shade
trees, grapery, etc. , sprlnghouse, water In kitchen;
stable, chicken house, etc: a beautiful place, sit
uate at Howard station, p, V. & C. R. R., near
Homestead; a great bargain If sold soon; by O.R.
TOUDY. Real Estate. Insurance and steamship
Agent. 1721 Carson St., Southslde. Would proba
bly take other property In exchange. ap28-l30
P., Ft. W. & C.R. R., embracing between 4 and 5
acres of land on which Is dwelling of 11 rooms, lee
house, wash room, large stable, carriage house
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 hcalthfnlness of location; will be sold
quite low. J.M. bTONEH, 22 Bakewell Building.
FOR SALE-LOTS-1 HAVE A NUMBER OF
lots on Carson st. and other streets; almost
any locality; very cheap; terms easy; by O.K.
TOUDY, Real Estate, Insurance and Steamship
Agent, 1721 Carson St., Bouthside. ap28-lS0
FOR SALE-LAKGE LOT 89 FT. FRONT,
Hastings st., pear Tor r ens station; best lo
cation; price S130. MELLON BROS.. 6349 Station
St., E. E. ap26-67-MW
FOR SALE ON PAVED STREET-ONE
large lot, 60x120. Rtppey St.. near all cable
and railroad stations; sewers and street Improve
ments paid: low price, MELLON BEOS., 6349
Station St., E. E. ap26-67-MW
FOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS AT DALLAS 3TA
TigN, P. K. it., convenient to steam and
street cars; cheap and on easy terms; situation un
surpassed; price ranging from 406 to 1600. Inquire
of D. C. NEGLEY, 6106 Penn ave,, East End?
FOR SALE BAUM BTREET, EAST END, EL
EGANT lots S0xl20 to 20-foot alley; every lot
has sewer connection; flagstone sidewalk and
stone curbs: location unsurpassed: scnools and
churches convenient: within five minutes of cable
lines or P. R. R., and at prices as low as are asked
for lots In unimproved localities, JOHN F. BAX
TER, Agt., 512Smlthfleld st, ap28-80-MWT
FOR SAL E-CLIFTON AVENUE, ALLE
GHENY, two choice lots, 25x170, at fl.200
each; elevator and electric car. A. LEGUATE &
SON, 31 Federal street, Allegheny. ap7-l2S-x
FOR SALE-LOTS ON MAPLE ANDLINDEN
avenues and Lombard street. Allegheny, In
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MCN AUGHEE, 43 N. Diamond St.
FOR SALE-MAPLEWOOD PAKK.WILKINS-BUBG-Lots,
40x120. J. R. COOPER & CO.,
U7 Fourth ave. ap27-78
FOR SALE MAPLEWOOD PARK, W1LKINS
BURG Lots, 40x120 and 40x240, on your own
terms: these are the most desirable lots on the
market. J. R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE 200 FINE BUILDING LOTS ON
Lincoln avenue, borongh or West Bellevue,
only 6 minutes' walk from Avalon station. P., Ft.
W. & C. B. K., and 10mlnotes ride from cltr, on
line of projected electric road; price from 8M0 to
8400 each: terms, 15 cash, balance In monthly
payments, without interest. GRAEBING A
LYON, 1S5 Fourth avenue. ap25-12
FOR SALE TWENTY FINE LEVEL BUILD
ING lots In "Orchard Plan" Wllklnsbnrg.
three minutes walk from the railroad station, fruit
trees on every lot, the driest, most level and finest
building lob, In the market, low taxes, good
water etc. etc Will sell on long easy payments
uuu .u.u.du w.tJ fcWJJa. .iro nilU UQMre lO OU1LU.
llans from JAS. W.
. DRAPE 4 CO.. 129 Fourth
FOR SALE-LOTS, LOTS. LOTS, LOTS
Maplewood Park. Wllkiniburg. elegant
building lots, 40x120 and 40x240; 150 to MOO: 810 to
820 down, balance 11. 82 and 83 per week: these are
the most desirable lots on the market; 66 trains
each way dally: they are bound to double In value
within the next 90 days. J. R. COOPER & Co.,
107 Fourth ave., or on the grounds every Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday from 3 to 6 p. M.
FOR SALE-63 ACRES, WITH EXCELLENT
limestone quarry at railroad, and river close
to city; framehouse barn, orchard, outbullJings:
850 per acre. ED. WITTISH. 410 Grant St., Pltts
burg, "New List." ap25-D
FOR SALE-A VERY FINE FARM OF 113
acres, 2 miles from C. & P. R. R., i Colum
biana Co.. Ohio; good home: new barn; orchard;
well fenced; good water, etc.: finest farm In the
county. C. BEEINGEb'&SON, 103 Fourth ave.
R SALE A FARM OF S ahpt-u ni urn
Sewlcklev ereet. 1 mile frnm v.i.n.k. v.,-.
iVavne R. R. : about 15 aeren riM, A-u-t- wtnm
orchard; frame nouse, 7 rooms; barn and other
outbnBdlngs. C.BERINGER 4 SON, 103 Fourth
FOR SALE-A GOOD FARM OF 200 ACRES IN
Monroe county, Ohio; water In nearly every
field; large orchard, new lrame house. 6 rooms:
large bank barn: price only 84,000. or will ex
haJBfn2.r otter ViopatT. 0. BERINGER 4
SON, 103 Fourth ave. ap25-33-MThS
FOR SALE A SMALL FARM OF 20 ACRES.
1 mile from Shousetown, P. & L. E. B R;
mnnlng stream through thfpropertv; good young
orchard: new two-story house of 8 rooms hall?
good cellar, etc.; bank barn, etc.: urlce only
83,500. C. BERINGER 4 BON', 103 Fourthaye.
FOR SALE A SMALL FARM WITH STOCK
., .and crSPs la, Armstrong county, 32 acres, un
derlaid with coal and lime; dwelling house, out
buildings, orchard, water, 10 acres In rye and
wheat: will sell the entire place with the stock.
crop, implements, barouchi
etc, for 81,600; a rare barga!
JAS. W. DRAPE ffCQ., 129
y, wagon, etc,
renin, pty. frnm
Fourth avenne. Pitts-
FOR SALE-PROMISING INVESTMENTS AT
r. -MSeLG.tan'1 Spring Lake, N. J topjftyor
parties With money: see this paper to-morrow or
addressjSAM'L B. HUEY, At.f Philadelphia?
FOE SALE-ATLANTIC CITY.N. J.-HOTELS.
boarding houses, cottages, lota and batK.
honses to let or forsale by I. G? ADAMS & CO.
-?JxS. ""J' .Ke1 Estate an1 Lw' BulldlngJ
Aantlc City. N. J. an5-a-n
IOR SALE-THE VAT.trAnr.lr vimi.n'
1 Nos. 4506and 4508 Penn avenue, PUtsb-Tg;
be sold at Trustees' Pnhti,. n.i. iKT-iSSL
afternoon, Mars, at a o'clock, on the premises:
w"! vw wi ," wwwg. a$ar-O0-B
FOR. SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-SALOON-ONE OF THE BEST
T, stands, opposite P., Ft. W. U. R. R. depot.
1 or particulars, address W. C. HOFFMAN, Mas
SUlon. Ohio. ap27-97
. In business portion of Cleveland. O.: reason
(or selling sickness. Address GABRIEL SCHuSD
LER, 141 Cnamplaln St., Cleveland, O. ap28-69
FOR SALE-A GOOD MERCHANT TAILOR
ING business, or would take a good cutter
n.bu couu security into parinersmp.
mean business, address TAILOR, Dl
TT'OR SALE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
A? liquor business In good city of 30,000: estab
lished trade; best location In vhe city: want to sell
on account of bad health. Address D., Dispatch
FOR SALE A FIRST-CLASS BOARDING
house, furniture, good-will, etc.: doings
good business and In a first-class location in the
eartof the cltv. C. BERINGER A SON, 103
Fourth ave. ' aplVX-MThs
FOR SALE GROCERY STORE: OLD-ESTABLISHED
business; on a prominent avenue In
Allegheny, wltba good paying trade; will sell by
Invoice or In a lump; good reasons for selling;
owner leaving city. Address P. B. H.. Alle
FOR SALE-BLACKSMITfl SHOP-ONE OF
the best stands for business In either city Is
offered by ns for sale; the property can be had at
a bargain If sold soon. Further particulars from
JAH. W. DRAPE A CO., 129 Faurth avenue,
FOE SALE-CIGAR STORE - WHOLESALE
and retail; will be sold cheap: central loca
tion; a first-class chance for the right party; room
In building to manutacture; retail business will
over pay expenses; reasons for selling, proprie
tor Is leaving the city. Address B Dispatch of
TTOR SALE SEVERAL FINE GROCERY
A stores In Allegheny and Pittsburg at low
prices; drug stores,- cigar ftores, bakeries, con
iectlonerles, boarding honses, shoe" stores, print
ing ofilce, coal works, gents' furnishing store,
hotels; all good business openings. SHEPARD
& CO.. 51 Firth ave. ap9
FOR SALE-A GENERAL HARDWARE
house furnishing and builders' supply busi
ness in one of the most prosperous manufacturing
towns In Western Pennsylvania, on line or rail
road; value of entire stock abont 84,000; could be
reduced to $3,000: no opposition; tbe only store
of same kind In the town. The place Is booming
on a solid basis: this Is an excellent opening.
Ill health tbe only reason for selling. Fnller par
ticulars from JAS. W. DRAPE Jfc CO., 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. ap27-5S-D
FOR SALE-A HALF INTEREST IN A LARGE
general store In an active manufacturing
town on line of railroad, near the cltv, business
about 830,000 annually and paying well; tbe pro
prietor needs assistance for office work, and will
sell a half Interest on reasonable terms to a com
petent man, and no other need apply: this is a
rare opening; none better In the county In this
line of business. Particulars given confidentially
by JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue,
FOR 8ALE-OR EXCHANGE-A FINE PROP
ERTY In Athens county, O., consisting of a
15-room house, storehouse, etc. ; suitable for hotel,
with license: also a farm adjoining of 120 acres.
C. BEKINQER&SON, 103 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-SMALL HOTEL-LARGE RES
TAURANT, Including 6cven pool tables;
furnished first-class from top to bottom, doing
good business, and on principal street. Apply S.
BABTU4CO., No. 212 E. Lombard St., Baltl
IOR SALE OR RENT-A LARGE HOTEL,
40 rooms, on Kaltlmnrn street. (!nmli(rlanl.
d. : the hanna nnri hs, ht n liftr trade. Mil ttpll
house and furniture or sell furniture and rent
house at a reasonable rate. Address S. P.
BWEITZER. Cumberland, Md. ap26-14
FOR SALE-THE CHAUTAU' UA HOTEL
property, all furnished; with a furnished
cottage of 11 rooms. 4 acres of ground, Icehouse,
livery buildings, etc., etc.. at Mayvllle, bead of
Lake Chautauqua, opposite railroad station
and steamboat landings; about 65 bedrooms,
double parlors, large dining room and or
dinary, large billiard room with 4 new style
tables and complete equipment, excellent bar
room with counter, beer cooler, mirrors, etc.;
Icehouse full of good lee: lamproom, barbershop
with lavatory, commodious kitchen, long range,
almost new, furnace and oven, pantries, china
wuscw, tuuiuiissary ruums, gooa omce Wltn saio
and desks, etc.: large music hall and ballroom,
etc, etc.; tho entire furniture, carpets, silver
ware, etc.. etc.. are In stood order; everything In
readiness to open the hotel: wide piazzas on each
floor stretch over the entire front affording a
charming view of the lake and Its beauties, and
grounds amnle: lares llverv and outhnlldlncn-
etc, etc., the hotel Is one of the best on
Lake Chautauqua and has always enjoyed lib
eral patronage; can be run all the year; as the
owners do not wish to rent the property we have
Seen authorized to offer It at public sale, on Tues
day, May 7, at 2 o'clock p. Si., in onr office, 129
Fourth avenne, Pittsburg, and It will be allowed
to go at an immense sacrifice, Including the
entire famishment, etc., etc. i possession given at
once and terms to salt; further Information and
particulars from a personal examination by one of
our firm will bo furnished at our office: arrange
ments are made to allow prospective pnrchasers to
examine the premises, etc JAS.,W. DRAPE
& CO., Agents and Auctioneers, 129 Fourth ave
nne, Plttsbnrg. ap27-53-D
FOR SALE-A COMING BUSINESS LOCA
TION, lot 145 ft. deep. Euclid ave., H square
from cable line: all sewerage paid; price only
8L500. MELLON BEOS., 6319 Station St., E. E.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stocks, dtc
FOR SALE-A SHETLAND PONY, 6 YEARS
'old. Inquire at McOUE'S COAL YARD,
Third ave. and Try st. ap2S-S4
FOR SALE VERY CHEAP-BUCK WAGON
and harness. In good order, 83); also good
combination lock safe; good size. 34 ALLEGHE
NYAVE., nearBebeccast.. Allegheny. ap29-5
'OR SALE A SHETLAND PONY FfVE
years oia; cnestnut sorrel; uaien mane and
tall: centle: verv handsome.
inquire or v. T.
DAWSON, Iron City Bazaar
Stables, rear of
machinery and Metals.
FOR SALE SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept In stock, from
4 to lOOh. p.; all refitted: good as new, at lowest
S rices; mounted portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p.
(-25 Park way. J. S. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa.
FOB SALE 28x48 CORLISS ENGINE: ONLY
run a ear; can be seen In operation: price
on application; also a new Strange Co. stave ma
chine, all complete; capacity 10,000 In 10 hours;
will sell at low figure. J. A. MCCORMICK, 150
First ave. aul-p32-liwj'
FOR SALE CONTRACTORS' MACHINERY:
one 7Jixl2-lnch double engine, double dram;
others large and small, with single or double
friction drums; wire and manlla rope, centrifugal
pumps, etc; two 26x4S-lnch horizontal engines
with flywheels. THOMAS CARLIN '3 SON S, cor.
Lacock and Sandusky sts.. Allegheny. Ial7-3iwr
PERSONAL-BOOKS WANTEO-1F YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth 81,000, let us know: we-will buy one as
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK STORE,
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. fe20
PERSONAL WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE,
mother or daughters in repairing and clean
ing your old clothes, when it can be done for a
trifle by DICKSON, tho Tailor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood St.. second floor? Charges moderate:
facilities unsurpassed: suits made to order; spring
styles now ready, 'telephone 1558. mh8
KEWABD TA-VA-ZON I-NATUBE'SPRICE-LESS
gift to suffering humanity: for all ali
ments; ybsit GRIFFITH'S PHARMACY. 301
Grant, cor. Third avenne, Pittsburg, and seenre a
bottle: you will be well rewarded for your visit;
also a bottle of that sovereign remedy Ta-va-zon
Lung Cough Syrup, a most potent and unfailing
cure for coughs, colds, throat and lung troubles.
LOST-SATCHEL ON LIBERTY ST. LAST
evening about 8:30 p. if. Finder will please
leave same at 43 LIBERTY ST., Allegheny, and
get reward. ap29-I9
,Tf EMBERS OF V. W. STEWART LODGE
VL 179 B. of R. R. B., are requested to meet
at their hall, 102 Fourth avenue, at 1230 P. it,
sharp, APRIL 3d, 1889, to attend the funeral of
onr late brother, John Martin. Sister lodges
are requested to attend. Bv order
ap29-14 G. A. KlEFER, Master.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Northwest Gas Improvement Company
will be held on TUESDAY. May 14, 1889. at 91
Fifth avenue. Room 703, city of Pittsburg, Pa.,
between the hours of 2 and 3 o'clock P. at- for
tho purpose of electinc a board of seven direc
tors to serve for one year, and to transact any
ukuoi uuniiub MJitbUltiy lUWIUlty COLOO DeiOre
J. G. IHM8EN. Secretary.
PlTTSllTBO AND WESTERN RAILWAY COi, I
Allegheny Citt.Pa., April 13. 1889.
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, May6, 18S9, between the hours of
12 it. and 1 p. K., to elect a President andBoard
of Directors to serve for the ensuing year, and
for such other business as may be brought be
fore the meeting.
apl4-18-H i D. CAMPBELL. Secretary.
The Pittsburg Cab Trust Co.
Pittsburg. April 13. 18S9.
"VrOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
ll annual meeting of 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, Not 74 Fourth avenne,
city of Plttsbnrg, at 10 o'clock A. M., for the
purpose of electing a President and Board of
Bix Directors of tbe Corporation to serve for
one year, and to transact any other business
that may lawfully come before said meeting.
A. G. HA.TRY, Secretary.
J. A. jatERY, Attorney, pl4-3S-x
TO LET-THAT FINE BRICK DWELLING
house of 10 rooms. No 55 Colwellst.; rent
free until' June 1. Inquire ot J. A. BOSS St.
James Hotel, or on the premises. ap-3-25
TO LET-FOE THE SUMMER MONTHS-A
comfortable, furnished residence of seven
rooms, with large grounds, flowers and trees:
within two minutes' walk or cable cars: reasona
ble rent. Address LEONARD. Dispatch office.
TO LET-COTTAGE HOUSE ON MT. WASH
INGTON, cor. Gray and Dll worth streets:
has ten rooms, large lot; Is supplied with natural
gas and city water; will he divided to suit two
tenants. Inquire at A. GARRISON FOUNDRY
CO. 'S OFFICE, 10 and 12 Wood st. ap20-17
East End Itesldenees.
TO LET-ON PENN" AVE., NEAR REBECCA
St.. brick house of 7 rooms, bathroom, hot
and cold water; all modern Improvements: good
neighborhood; rent 827 50 per month. THOS.
LIGGETT, No. Ill Fourth ave.
TO LET-ON COR. STATION ST. AND
Sheridan ave., brick house of 8 rooms, two
small rooms, bath room, hot and cold water, large
yard, 70x100: good dry cellar, etc: about 4
minutes' walk from either line of cable cars or
East Liberty station: everything in good condi
tion: Tcry uesiraDie: rent fa per momn.
LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth ave.
TO LET-NO. 35 LOCUST ST.,, ALLEGHENY
CITY. -8-room brick residence, all modern
Improvements; rent low to a good tenant. C. H,
LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue. ap28-102
TO LETMJN KHiKFATRICK AVE.. ALLE
GHENY, brick house of 6 rooms, bath, w. c,
range, xas, natural gas, etc., near street cars; no
water rent. ALEXANDER & LEE, 313 Wood st.
rpO LET-FURNISHED HOUSE ON NEVILLE
i island, opposite mxmont sta p., . A t;.
Ky.: laree groundsand frnlt.
JOHNSTON. 94 W aterst.
rilO LET-RESIDENCE OFTEN ROOMS WITH
JL twelve acres of good land, at Ed se worth sta
tion, Sewlcklev; would make a delightful summer
resort. Inquire of 1. M. PENNOCK & SON.
TO LET-MY HOUSE, THIRTEEN BOOMS,
at Laurel Station, Ft. Wayne road, all mod
ern Improvements, stable and carnage house, two
acres ground, with liver view. Inquire on prem
ises, or at 219 Lacock street, Allegheny. WA1. T.
TO LET-OR FOR SALE A 10 ROOM DWELL
ING house, onojacre ground, shade and
fruit trees, and all modern conveniences; the
most healthful place In the county; six miles up
West Penn R. R.: 3 minutes' walk from station.
For particulars Inquire 8. MUSGRAVE. No. 44
Fourth street. ap2S-22-HWFSu
Offices. Desk Room. tc.
TO LET-CONVENIENTLY LOCATED OF
FICES, large and small, on second and third
floors: also nice lodge rooms, opposite City Hall.
Inquire T. MELLON & SONS BANK, 512 Smith
field St. BP23-81
TO LET-GERMAN1A SAVINGS BANK
building, corner Wood and Diamond streets
four ofilces at low rent; one single office, 15x20, and
two connecting ofilces, 20x28 and 15x18: one single
office, 12x15; all splendidly lighted: finished In
modern style; aU newly painted and papered: pos
session at once. mb30-8S-D
LET-BOOM 20X40, WITH POWER;
crronnd floor' entrance on street. Annlv to
PITTSBURG BRASS CO.. Isabella and Sandusky
sts., Allegheny. ap2S-30
TO LET-STORE EOOflL ON CORNER PENN
and Third street: best business stand In city;
some unfurnished rooms for housekeeping. In
quire of B. MUSGEOVE, 44 Fourth street.
rpO LET-THE EMPIRE HOTEL. AT MAS3IL-
JLLON, Ohio, for term of years:
responsible parties need apply;
particulars. Address M. H.
Inclose stamp for
TO LET FOUR LARGE, WELL-LIGHTED
rooms, with power (about 8,000 square feet),
lor heavy or light manufacturing. In building
know as the Chas. B. Head bolt works. Grant
avenue, Allegheny. Inquire on the premises of
MB. FBED ESHELMAN, Manager of the Alle
gheny Wood Carving Co. Ja23-25-MWS
TO LET-MT. BELLEVIEW HOTEL, NEAR
Wheeling, W. Va. ; this commodious and
attractive summer hotel is trulyfurnlshed. beauti
fully situated upon tbe national pike and Wheel
ing and Elm Grove Motor Line. In
sight Alt. de Chantal; midway between1
Wheeling and Wheeling Park: ears pass each
way every hour: the hotel Is surrounded bya de
lightful park of ten 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
bad immediately. Can be seen at Matt Weiss'
until Saturday. ap26-25
mO LET-OUE "TO LET" LIST, AS HEBETO
1. FORE issued from our office. Is now pub
lished eyery Wednesdaylwlthout exnense to land
lords) In The Dispatch only. SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO.. 99 I
rth ave. aD3-88-irrwTi'
TO LET-STABLE-FOUR LARGE STALLS
and good bay loft In Second. ward, Pittsburg.
Inquire at McCUE'S COAL YARD, Third are.
and Try st. ap23-84
-VT-OT1CE-MY WIFE. MRS. MARY AN
JLN DERSONr has left my bed and board
without inst cause and provocation. 1 hereby
notify all persons I will not be responsible for
any debts contracted by her until further
notice. ROBT. W. ANDERSON. ap28-139
Aran, 27, 1SS9.
SEALED PROPOSALS, IN TRIPLICATE,
will be received at this office until noon, lo
cal time, Thursday, May 23. 1883, 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 givo satisfac
tory evidence of their ability to construct tbe
boat as required and in the time specified. The
United States reserves the right to reject anv
or all bids. The attention of bidders is invited
to the acts of Congress approved February 23,
1885, and February 23, 1887, vol. 23. page 332, and
vol. 24. page 414, Statutes at Large. D. W.
LOCKWOOD, Major of Engineers, U. S. A.,
U. S. Engineer Office. Custom House, Cincin
nati, Ohio, April 23, 1SS9.
JEFFERSONVTLLE, IND.. APRIL 8, 1889.
Sealed proposals, in duplicate, subject to
usual conditions, will be received here until 11
o'clock A. if. (central standard time), Thurs
day, the 9th day of May, 1889, for furnishing at
the Q- M. Depot here miscellaneous quarter
master's stores, such as ranges, heating stoves,
wagons, carts, Wagon parts, blacksmiths',
wheelwrights', saddlers' and miscellaneous
tools, coffins, iron, hardware, paints, oils, etc.
Preference will be given to articles of domestic
production or manufacture, conditions of qual
ity and price (Including in the price of foreign
productions or manufactures tbe duty thereon)
being equal. Government reserves right to re
ject any or all proposals, and to accept the
whole or any portion of the supplies bid for.
All information furnished on application to
this office. Envelopes containing proposals
should be marked "Proposals for Quarter-
lijAswi a klu,c;s. iuiu uuurcsseu to unaer
slgned. HENRY C. HODGES, Assistant
Quartermaster General, U. S. Army, Depot
PROPOSALS FOR FUEL AND WASH
ING Recruiting rendezvous. 915 Penn
avenue, Pittsburg, Pa., April 27,1859. Sealed
proposals, in triplicate, subject to the usual
conditions, will be received at the Recruiting)
Rendezvous, at No. 915 Penn avenne, Pitts'
burg. Pa., untfl 12 o'clock noon, on the 27th
day of MAY, J889. at which time and place
they will be opened in the presence of bidders,
for furnishing supplies and rendering services
as indicated, for tha Hermitine SArvIra
United States Army, wherever required within
.uw ui.jr nuiiLu, uuxiuk iub usual year enaing
Jane 30, 1890, viz: Furnishing and delivering
fuel and washing articles of Government
equipage. The Government reserves the right
to reject any or all proposals. Blanks and f nil
information as to bidding; etc, will be fur
nished on application. Envelopes containing
proposals should bo marked '"Proposals for
and addressed to RECRUITING
OFFICE. No. 915 Penn avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.
AT AUCTION THE FINEST LINE OF
parlor goods in the two cities, chamber
suits, fine carpets, etc, TUESDAY MORN
ING, April SO, at 10 o'clock sharp. No. 311 Mar
ket street Positively your last chance to buy
a handsome parlor or chamber suit at your
own price, .as this sale will close out the bal
ance of the large consignment of high class
suits. English rug, satin damask, silk tapestry,
silk and crushed plushes, brocatelle, rep and
hair cloth snits. all spring edges, hair filled and
finished in the very best of manner: chamber
snits in walnut, oak, natural and stained
cherry, full marble tops, h nd carved, veneer
panels, French bevel plate glasses on bureaus
and washstands. chiffoniers, wardrobes, fold
ing beds, bed lounges, dressers, bedsteads,
washstands, bookcases,cheval and pier mirrors,
cabinets, china closets, sideboards, chairs,
tables, rockers, linoleum, rugs, curtains, Brus
sels and ingrain carpets, lamps, plctures,desks,
refrigerators, stoves, etc Goods now on exhi
bition. HENRY AUCTION CO.. LIM..
AUCTION SALE ADJOURNMENT
Beautiful Sewlckley residence, cor. Logan
SJHJJS10 tlt.on,Jr4 minutes from station,
THURSDAY, May 2, 1SS9. at 4 o'clock P-.SL, on
tbe premises, a good substantial frame dwell
ing of 8 large rooms, handsomely papered and
Sainted, bath, h. and c water, slate roof, cistern,
nth gases, all other conveniences necessary to
make a complete home; lot 115x153 feet, cov
ered with choice fruit and shrubbery; house
open for Inspection: terms one-third cash, bal
ance to suit. BLACK & BAIRD, 93 Fourth ave.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the report of viewers on the damages
caused by the grading of Natroua alley, from
Stanton avenue- to Fifty-second street, has
been approved by Councils, which action will
be final unless an appeal is filed in tho Court of
Common Pleas within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
Pittsburg. April 25, 1889. ap250
"VrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
JL reports of viewers on tho openings of
Fifty-first street, from Butler street to the Alle
gheny sivei, and Centeravenue, from Aiken
avenue to Hiland avenue, have been approved
by Councils, which action will be final unless
an appeal is filed in tbe Court of Common
Pleas within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PITTSBURG, April 25, 1889. ap25-60
Mnnicipal Hall, Smithfield street.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ALL
owners (whether residents or non-residents
of the city of Pittsburg) of drays, carts,
wagons, carriages, buggies, etc, mnstpaytheir
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 ot 50
cents, and all persons neglecting to pay on or
before first Monday in May, 1889. will bo snb-
iect to a penalty doutila the amount of t he
icense, to be recovered before tne proper legal
authorities ot said city. The old metal plate of
last year must be returned at the time licenses
are taken out, or 25 cents additional will be
charged on the license. Rates of license: Each
one-horse vehicle, 6 00: each two-horse vehicle,
810 00: each four-horse vehicle, $12 CO: each four
horse hack, $15 00: omnibus and timber wheels
drawn by two horses, S10 00. One extra dollar
will be charged for each additional horse used
in above specified vehicles.
J. F. DENNISTON.
fe!4-70-s Cltv Treasurer.
PITTSBURG, PA.. April 22, 1889.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at the office of the City Con
troller until Thursday. May 2, A. D. 18S9, at 2
p. M., for the following, viz.:
Larkins 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-lnch
Moyran street, from crown between Louisa
and Bates streets, to Louisa street:15-incb pipe.
Butler street extension, River avenue. Ever
ett street, private property of John Berlin.
Pennsylvania Railroad, Julius Voetter, et al.
Penn avenue and Denniston avenue, from
Fifth avenuo to Shakespeare street;! to 5
feet brick and stone.
Denniston avenne, from Fifth avenue to
Shakespeare stTeet: 20 and 24-Iach pipe.
Fifth street, from Liberty avenue to the Al
legheny river; 18 inch-pipe.
Haigbts street and private 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 avenue
to Allegheny river, 3 and 5 feet prick and
Center avenue, from Graham street to Col
lege street; 15-inch pipe.
Stanton avenue, Viola alley and privata
Firoperty of Henry Janson and Mellon Bros.,
rom west side of. Hiland avenne to Negley
run; 18, 20 and 24-inch pipe.
Herron avenue, from cast side of Anderson
street to Center avenue; 20 and 24-inch pipe.
Snmmerlea Btreet, Holden street, Howe and
O'Hara streets, from Ellsworth avenne to
Shady avenne; 3 feet brick and stone 20 and
Bayard and Neville streets, from Craig street
to an outlet at or near tunnel of 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 Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at the office of Citv Controller
until the 8th day of May, A- D.. 1889, at 2 P. St.,
for laying water pipe on the following streets:
10,600 feet 4-incb, Negley avenue, from Penn
avenue to Bryant street.
120 feet 4-incb, Rose street, from Grove
street to Concord alley.
320 feet 4-inch, Concord alley, from Reed
street to Rose street.
250 feet 4-inch, Morris street, from Carolina
1,700 feet 6-lncb, Grazier street, from Hqme
wood avenue to city line.
750 feet 6-inch, Grazier street, from Murtland
avenne to Dallas avenue
COO feet 6-inch, Boqtiet street, from Fifth ave
280 feet 6-inch, Holmes street, from end of
pipe to Fifty-second street.
500 Teet 6-incb, Holmes street, from Fifty
second street to McCandless avenue.
600 feet 6-incb, Holmes street, from Fifty
third Btreet to Fifty-fourth street.
600 feet 6-inch, Farragut street, from Stanton
930 feet 6-incb, Euclid avenue, from Center
avenne to Mignonette street.
1,200 feet 6-incb, Amber street, from Banm
street to Penn avenue.
1,100 feet 6-inch, Webster avenne, from Thirty-third
street to Clarissa street.
265 feet 6-Inch,' Ivy street, from Walnut street
to Howe street.
2,100 feet 6-incb, Margaretta street, from Hi
land avenue to Cloarvlew street
550 feet 6-Inch, Gross street, from Cypress
street to Liberty avenue.
250 feet 6-mcb. Smallman street, from Thirty
sixth street to Thirty-seventh street.
700 feet 6-inch, Lilac street, from end of pipe
to Ellsworth avenue.
500 feet 6-incb. Lenora street, from Shetland
street to Joseph street.
150 feet 6-incb, Ivanhoe street, from Magee
1,000 feet 6-incb. Park avenue, from Rowan
600 feet 6-inch, Thompson street, from Shet
land street to King street.
1,500 feet 8-inch, Dallas avenue, from Penn
COO feet 6-incb, Conklmg street, from Wylie
avenue to Webster avenue.
400 feet 6-incb, Millwood street, from Finland
taftfPA., ,.fr q4V
600 feet 6-inch, Sweeney alley, from Enoch
450 feet 6-lncb, Breckinridge street; from
Morgan street east.
61a feet 6-incb, Forrester street, from Kaer
chcr avenue west.
215 feet 6-incb, Kaercher avenne, from Bige
low street to Forrester street.
250 feet 6-lncb, Jones avenue, from Twenty
ninth street east.
300 feet 6-incb, Finland street, from Milwood
street to Brereton avenue.
300 feet 6-incb, Brereton avenue, from Fin
land street east.
600 feet 6-inch, Ben Venue place, from Mil-
vale avenue west.
1,000 feet 6-incb. Susquehanna street, from
Homewood avenue to Dunfermline street.
650 feet 6-inch. Kelly street, from Homewood
avenue to Sterrett street.
650 feet 6-inch, Bennett street, from Home
wood avenue to Lang avenue.
310 feet 6-mch, Clawson street, from Grazier
street to Susquehanna street.
COO feet 6-inch. Evaline avenue, from Liberty
avenue to Harriett street. ,
275 feet 6-inch, Edwin street, from Adler
1,375 feet 8-inch, Forty-ninth street, from
Butler street to north side of A. V. R. R.
12,000 f eer, more or Ies3, 30 Inch on
Hiland avenue, from Reservoir to Bryant
Bryant street, from Hiland avenue to St.
St. Clair street, from Bryant street to Banm
Baum street, from St, Clair street to Negley
Negley avenue, from Baum street to Roup
Roup street, from Negley avenue to Ells
3,000 feet, more or less. 16-lncn on Eenn ave
nue, from Point Breeze to a point east of Lang
100 tons pie lead equal toPenna. refined lead.
Hauling 4,010 tons, more or less, water pipe.
FIRE HYDRANTS? VV
11X7, more or less, single Are hydrants.
75, more or less, double fire hydrants.
40. more or less, 4-inch gate valves.
100, more or less. 6-inch gate valves.
10, more or less, 8-Inch gate valves.
5, more or less. 10-inch gate valves.
10, more or less, 12-inch gate valves.
10, more or less, ic-inch gate valves.
15, more or less, 20-inch gate valves.
16, more or less, 24-Inch gate valves.
1L more or less, 30-Inch gate valves.
600, more or less, K-inch.
300. more or less, -inch.
200, more or less, -incb.
100, more or less, 1-Inch.
25 reels, more or less, best American hemp
10 bales, more or less, best white cotton waste.
500 pounds, more or less, best pure sheet gum
200 pounds, mora or less, best square gum
200 pounds, more or less, best 2 and 3-ply can
250. more or less, gate boxes.
100, more or less, ping boxes.
For specifications, blanks on which bids must
be made and all other information, apply at
the office of Superintendent of Water Supply
Each proposal must be accompanied bya
bond in double tbe amount ot the estimated
cost, probated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserve the right
to reject any or all bids.
(Chi, ot Dejftrtsmt Of PuhUe Works.
t wsrr rrr a r pittsb TTR n.
OT1CE IS- HERJiBi' GIVEN THaJ
xi tne jepons gi uto iicw9 uu u v
structlon or sewers on Buerioan auco., nm
Station to Hoeveler street; Rodman street:
from Hiland avenne to Sheridan btreet; Na
trona aUey. from Fifty-fourth to Fifty-third
streets, and Hoeveler street from Hiland
avenue to Collins avenue, have been approved
by Councils, which action will be final unless
an appeal is filed in the Court of Common Pleas
within ten (101 days from date.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PrrrsBTffiG, April 25, 1889. ap25-3
rXLTY TAXES-NOTICE IS HEREBY
j given that the duplicates for March and
September installments of City. Special and
Sub-District School Taxes for tbe year 1889
have been placed In my bands for collection by
the Board of Assessors authorized to assess tho
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
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 1, on Julyl for Busi
ness Tax and Water Rents, and October 1 for
second installment of City Taxes.
No statement furnished unles3 yon intend
paying your taxes with checks.
Office will be kept open on last Saturday in
March and April, until 8 o'clock P. H.
J. F. DENNISTON.
rohl4-I0O-p City Treasurer.
-JO-OT1CE TO BONDHOLDERS
In pursuance of the provisions contained in
the mortgage bonds of tbe Monongahela Navi
gation Company, issued July 1, 1882, one hun
dred bonds, numbered as follows, will become
due and payable on July 1, 1SS9. and interest
thereon will cease on that date, viz.:
Nos. 1, 2. 11 14. 26, 31. 32. 34. 36, 42, 44. 48. SL 61,
62, 76. 89, 94. 101, 102, 104, 105, 111. 117, 123, 126, 129,
144, 145, 147, 149, 150, 153. 157, 158, 160, 162. 167, 17L
173, 180, 18L 182. 193, Ifti. 19U, 199, 202, 211, 213, 217,
218, 230. 243, 246, 247, 268, 269. 270. 276. 280. 284. 285,
286, 296, 304, 307. 311, 312, 314, 313, 322. 329, 339, 35A
S63, 370, 371, 379, 380, 381. 384. 3S9, 392. 337, 399, 40L
40M08, 414, 417, 431, 4755, 439, 443, 443, 453, C8, 476,
These bonds wiU be paid with interest to
July 1, 1889, at any time after Jnne L 1889, on
presentation and surrender thereof with all
unmatured coupons attached, at the Trades
men's National Bank of Pittsburg, or at my of
fice. No. U0 Diamond street, Pittsburg.
W. BAKEWELL, Treasurer.
PmSBUBG, Aprils, 1889. ap29-4-x
Treasurer of Allegheny Cousty, '
April 1, 1889.
In pursuance of the 21st section of an
act relating to Allegheny county, approved tha
1st day of May, 1861, and of the amendments of
the said section,approved the 30th day of Marcn.
I860, 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. 1SS9.
Said taxes can be paid at this office until tha
1st day of August with a deduction of Sper
cent for prompt payment to all persons 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.
apl-18-p Treasurer of Allegheny County.
M A V INAUGURATION OF THE
1V11 1 NEW EXPOSITION BUILDING.
AND TWO AFTERNOON CONCERTS,'
TUESDAYnEVENING, MAY 21.
HERR ANTON SETDL. Musical Director;
-ORCHESTRA. OF ICO MUSICIANS,
CHORDS OF 600 VOICES.
3-TIcket for Single Concerts, $3, J2, $1 and
60c according to location.
Season Tickets, ?12 50, S3 and S3, according,
Private Boxes, seating six,
S100 for the season.
AT "P" OF MAY2d-HAMILTON'S
orVJ,JZ, ur MUSIC STORE.
"D ATTERY B ARMORY-
THURSDAY, MAY 2,
MATINEE AND NIGHT.
MAMMOTH JUBILEE FESTIVALS.
Battery of Artillery, Anvil Brigade.
3 Great Artists. 2 Programmes.
Seats on salo at Klebers' Music Store.
Take Fifth Avenne Cable Cars. ap29-22
CENTENNIAL DAY, April 30, 1889.
Botchers and Merchants' Race. 2:40 Trotting
Race and Running Race.
Horses called at 2 o'clock and started at 220
o'clock sharp. Entries for 40 trot closes day ot
race. MOORE FLOYD.
Sec'y Exposition Park, Allegheny City.
MULE RACE Admission to all pans of tha
ground, 60c. ap24-65-l
THE HOWARD ATHENiEUM STAR
Next week Frank Mayo in Davy Crockett.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Every Evening. Matinees Wednesday and
ALONE IN LONDON.
Week May 6 Boston Ideals. ap2S-13
jq ARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
To-night, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and
NEW SPECIALTY COMPANY.
D ASEBALL TO-DAY.
League Championship Game.
CLEVELAND vs ALLEGHENY.
Train at 3:30. Game at 3:45. ap29-9-Mw
A MAY DAY" DANCE FOR THE BENE
FIT of the Helping Hand Society at Old
City HalL Thursday and Friday May 2 and 3,
at 7:30 p. sr. Tickets ?1. For sale in advance at
H. W. Watts & Ca's, and George K. Stever&m
THE PUBLIC SHOULD KNOW THAT
tbe National Italian Orchestra is now
ready to furnish mnsic for all occasions. Ad
dress G.D.GIORGIO, Manager, 554 Grant st,
HE OCEAN HOUSE
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.,
Now open under old management.
f e22-31-MWTT . A. REID.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
On the beach, sea end of Virginia avenue.
Steam heat, electric bells. Will open Febru
ary 9, 18S9.
THE CHALFONTE. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
MOVED TO THE BEACH.
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED.
UNSURPASSED OCEAN VIEW.
Saltwater hatha In thnhnnoa iriuv.-
aplMl-D E. ROBERTS 4 SON&
Hotel newly furnished. Opens Jnne & WritS
- ,-... j, j yv.jL juumajrer.
iRK PLACE HOTEL. 8EWICKLEY. PA.
,! Pi-wuS:".",-"0?? or
tbe continuance ot the patronage so liberally
bestowed heretofore. Tho house ha beS