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candidates for the Surojor and Collector-
fp5TlASTEB,MAESHAL AND DIST. ATTI
Some active Republicans of this city are
!said to be getting almost as restive as Sena
tor Stewart, who was quoted yesterdav.
because of the long time taken y the Gov
ernment authorities to remove Democratic
officials. Tbey argue with Old Hickory
NFthat "To the victors belong the spoils," and
they think it full time the same were dis
tributed. The feeling is thus outlined by a
"The talk is that the principal offices
will be filled this week. The best plnm in
,4rthii district is the office of Surveyor-of the
Port The applicants are Captain John ,F.
Dravo, who was removed to make way for
Mr. Barr; "William M. Y-ogleson, confec
tioner; Colonel John Swing, late of Har
ris & Swing, and Mr. George Sheppard,
the present City Clerk. Captain Dravo is
well known throughout the district, and
is.at present a member of the Legisla
ture. He is claimed to be Senator
Quay's choice. Mr. "Vogelson is strongly
lacked by the Grand Army and many business
men. Colonel Swing is a native of Washing
ton county, and, it is said, will get the support
of Secretary of State James G. Blaine. Mr.
Sheppard lias not heretofore been announced,
but he is said to have quite a promiscuous
"It is conceded that the "Marsbalship is held
by Senator Quay. He has a personal friend.
sand that friend is supposed to be State Senator
Rutan. This office is sought for by several
ONE CONCESSION' AND A FIGHT.
"The District Attorneyship is conceded to
Walter Lyon, Esq.
.The fight for the postofflce, as Is well Known,
is between Can tain J. S. McKean and Council-
'man H. P. Ford. It is said that previous to a
""visit to Washington by prominent politicians
of this county it was taken for granted that
Captain McKean's early appointment was as
sured; but the visit evidently deferred whatever
. arrangement or understanding was previously
sad. The report is that particular attention
was called to the capability of the present In
cumbent, Mr. Larkin, and it was contended
that, in the proper interest of civil service re
form, it was fitting to retain him until he has
served out bis full term. On the-other hand,
it is claimed that there is no tenure of office for
a postmaster any more than in many other of-fii-eswhere
a commission simply runs during
pood behavior, or during the pleasure of the
"As to the Collectorship of Internal Rev
enue, it is said the friends of Sam Warmcastle,
of the East End. think that he will be appointed
this week. Mr. Warmcastle is at present
freight agent of the P. & C Ry and a member
ot City Council. If it is a fact that he will be
sppointed,the question may arise as to whether
Judge White's ruling relating to the combina
tion ot Councilmen and saloon keeper applies.
Silas M. Bailey, ex-State Treasurer, who re
sides In Fayette county. Is also a candidate.
Whether he has other backing than that of the
Congressman of his district and the people of
. bis county remains to be seen.
A MAN OF EXPERIENCE.
"Frank P. Case, for a time Collector of this
district, is also a candidate, backed by this and
several other counties of the district, and by
numerous influential Republicans. There is
no question as to his standing as a Republican;
'indeed he is a stalwart; but there Is some dis
pute as to whether he is oris not a ringster. A
' Mr. Chamberlain claiming to be now a resident
of Allegheny City, Cut hailing from Beaver
i county, where bis family is still, is also an
vnounccd as a candidate, Mr. Kline.of Mercer,
is the most recent candidate mentioned in this
."These several applicants, aside from their
,omi efforts to secure the Indorsement of our
i " two ..Senators, are backed bv the respective
Congressmen of their several districts. There
are eight Congressional districts In this collec
tion tiiBtrict, and each Congressman in whose
district there is a candidate is naturally enlist
ed for that individual, leaving the field to the
."While the postofflce fight overshadows
everything else at present, the next in import
ance is that for the Internal Revenue Collector-'
ebip. After these things are settled the grand
scuffle for the minor positions will begin, and
that is liable to be equal in intensity to the
scramble for the principal places."
UNDER THE I. & C. LAW.
A Salt Against the Erie for Refusing Coal
Cars to Cincinnati One Victory for the
Defendant la Scored.
Messrs. Riddle, Dean & Co., yesterday
brought snit in the United States Court,
under the inter-State commerce act, against
the SX., li. E. & "W. E. E. Co. The
plaintiffs are agents for the sale of coal on
j commission for mines near Pittsburg. In
November, 1887, they claim, they received
i orders from Cincinnati for coal, and placed
the order with mines on the P., C. & Y. R.
R., a branch of the P. t L. B. R. R. The latter
road connects rflth the N. YnP. fe O. R. R,
"operated by the defendant, at Youngstown. On
September 28, 1887, a coal tariff was Issued,
from the mines of the P., C. & Y. and P., McK.
AY.a R.'sto points on the N. Y., P.4 0.R,
Rlncluding Cincinnati, at SI 70 per ton. Act
ing under the tariff, the plaintiffs gave an order
to the railroad company for five cars per day to
4 fin their order.
. ' At the same time the Lake Shore mines on
the Pittsburg, McKeesport and Youghiogheny
--,RaiIroad gave an order for from five to ten
-'cars per day with which to supply an order
irom Cincinnati A few days later the railroad
.. company issued an order to stop all cars en
route and to load no more with coal for Cin
. cjnnati. On January 3, 1S8S, they withdrew the
,.' rates to Cincinnati on coal and refused cars for
'there, having stopped shipments for that point
in the meantime.
The orders of the Lake Shore mines, how-
;ever, were filled, and their shipments cared for
wiby the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern
jBa!lway Company. The plaintiffs claim dam-
laces, by reason of the treatment received from
its New York, Lake Erie and Western Rail-
ar Company, to the extent of $10,290. the
amount of loss on that contract.
PtVThe case, it is stated, was before the Inter.
8tate Commerce Commission, but was decided
,i stains t the plaintiffs, who have now brought
ult in the United States Court.
A Month's Shaving for 2 Cents.
tFor 2 cents Colgate & Co., 63 John st, N. Y.
will mall you a sample of Demulcent Shaving
4; - A Great Success.
"C"Pnr sae of he consolidated stocks of
Jjlfiee large clothing manufacturers is a
- "1 great success. It's just as we predicted
jijwhea we said it would cause great ezcite
;rocnt;cor. Grant and Diamond sis. Remem
ber, tins large stock is being sol d at 62 cen ts on
the.dollar, and is divided into three big bar
gain'lots $10 suits, 12 suits and $15 suits.
These goods were sent to us with the under
Etandinethat they were to be sold at once,
and'Veibave marked tfce prices for a speedy
Sale Stai ccuui uu tuc uutiar. uwu doming
was'neveKsold so cheap. P. C. C. C, cor.
Grant'and'Diamond sts., opp.the new Court
Store Closed To-Dar Come To-morrow
' rr grcat-and actual bargains in silks and
JOS. nousE cc UO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
TlTW 1.1 i-J V V V 1R"!f: Dm.'Dni
Whisky, the finest in the United States, can
.alwars he l,A . n W. fiehmirH'ii 0,5 .!
W.Pffth Ave.. City.'
Goat and Doc Wagon.
. v.j25xtra iarKe an(j sronp wagons for dogs,
v V Coat and Ton!. !., ollsiTethnrK' uaimni
t Lauer's Toy Honse, 620 Liberty st
rfwifiTrflTT pan Vinw n a.. s -j.-.A
for.S4fi0at ft xxr o.i :ju. nr. -J
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The Chamber ot Commerce Favors tho
Wathlngton Exposition and Commercial
Union Also the Ohio Ship Canal.
At the meeting of the Chamber of Com
merce held yesterday Captain "W. P. Her
bert reported the distribution to seven
sufferers of the proceeds received from the
sale of the silver brick donated to the suf
ferers by the "Wood street accident in
January. William C. Lyne, Manager of the
National Life Insurance Company, was elected
a member of the Chamber.
On motion Mr, Anderson read a com
munication from the Secretary of the Exposi
tion ot the Three Americas, to be held In
Washington in 1892. The letter asked that
three additional members of the Chamber be
appointed on the general committee, aside
from. the President and Secretary. Messrs. An
derson, Miller and Batchelor were so ap
pointed. Mr. Anderson also said he had received a
letter from the Hon. Erastus Wlman, of New
York, in which the latter said that he would be
in this city in the course of two or three weoks
and would like an opportunity to meet the
Chamber and speak to them and other business
men in regard to a commercial union with
Canada. The superintendent was instructed to
write Mr. Wlman and agree on a date.
Mr. Jackson read a letter of Inquiry sent the
Chamber by the Commercial Club of Burling
ton, Iowa, which caused considerable merri
ment ly reason of the great number of ques'
tions asked on what business men consider
very private affairs. The writer wanted to
know the price of coal to gas companies, and
what proiit there was In it; what it cost to
make the gas, and what consumers were
charged; the number of electric light com
panies in the city, their charges and how their
charters were worded. There were some SO
questions asked in the letter that would have
necessitated one man working a month to
answer, and with good humor, the letter was
turned over to the Committee on Statistics.
The resignation of Captain William McClel
land, of the board, was not accepted. He in
tends to be absent from the city for somo time,
and thought it best to resign. He was given
leave of absence for the time.
Colonel K. P. Roberts offered quite a lengthy
and strong resolution, supporting legislative
hill No. 865. for the proposed ship canal from
Lake Erie to Beaver, and it was adopted. It
sets forth not only the great advantage to
Western Pennsylvania shipping interests, but
to those of the great Northwest, which snch
a project would assure, and therefore urges,
first upon the Legislature, then upon Congress,
its importance and value.
THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDERS.
Firms Who Furnish Printing, Feed and Re
pairs to the City.
The Department ot Awards met yesterday
afternoon, Mayor McCallin presiding. Bids
were opened for the following contracts:
Printing 300 copies of the report of the De
partment of Public Safety for 1SSS. 600 copies
of the report of the Bureau of Health for 1SSS,
and 500 copies of the report of the Board of
Health for 18S7. Best & Co. received the con
tract for printing the Board of Health, 18S7 re
port, at S4 75 per page; W. T. Nicholson got the
Public Safety and Health reports for 18S8, at
Jl 85 per page.
The contract for furnishing flour and feed to
Department of Charities was awarded to Mar
shall, Kennedy fc Co. at the following figures:
Eight hundred barrels of flour. SJ 15 per barrel;
0 barrels Graham flour at H 15; 40,000 mid
dlings at $14 per ton; 50,000 pounds of bran at
$14 pet ton; 10,000 pounds of oil meal at $30 per
ton; 10,000 of screenings at 16 per ton; 6,000
pounds of corn meal, 50 cents per bushel.
Olnhansen Bros, were awarded the contract
for repairing and plumbing No. 11 engine
house at $105; William Eerr & Sons were
awarded the contracts for remodeling and
painting the third floor of No. 3 engine house
at $1,180, and remodeling and painting No. 10
engine house at $3,850; John Wall got the con
tract tor filling and building an extra founda
tion for No. 4jpolice station. Fourteenth ward;
Studebaker Bros., South Bend, ind., were
awarded the contract of furnishing three two
horse street sprinklers, with a capacity ot 750
gallons each, at $3Sa each, and one single horse
sprinkler, with two attachments, at $325. The
contract for furnishing cement was awarded to
the Pennsylvania Manufacturing Company.
Five Toush Kids In Saspene.
There was to have been a bearing before Al
derman Hartman last night In the case ot five
boys who were charged with breaking windows
in the St. Cialr schools and stealing goods from
the schoolrooms. P. M. Carr, the prosecutor,
failed to appear, and the case was held over.
It is a matter of ordinary prudence to
break up a cold at once by the timely use of
Dr. Jayne's Expectorant, an old curative
tor sore lungs and throats, and a sure rem
edy tor coughs.
A Great Sncccm.
Our sale of. the consolidated stocks of
three large clothing manufacturers is a
great success. It's just as we predicted
when we said it would cause great excite
ment, cor. Grant and Diamond sts. Remem
ber, this large stock is being sold at 62 cents
on the dollar, and is divided into three big
bargain loth $10 suits, $12 suits and $15
suits. These goods were sent to us with the
understanding that they were to be sold at
once, and we have marked the prices for a
speedy sale at 62 cents on the dollar. Good
clothing was never sold so cheap. P. C. C.
C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the
new Court House.
We Celebrate the Day.
, Store closed all day open to-morrow.
Come and see the special new lots of bar
gain dress goods and silks.
Jos. HOBNS & Co.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
Doable Baby Carriages
For twins, either parasol or canopy tops;
also full line of single carriages; warranted
perfect manufacture, at Lauer's Toy House,
620 liberty st.
Store Closed To-Day--Come To-Morrow
For great and actual,bargains in silks and
JOS. HOENE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
Histed's galleries open to-day. Get th
finest photos made in the city.
"W. Histed, 35 Pifth ave.
E. Histed, 41 Piith ove.
G. "W. Schmidt will sell you one quart
of 1880 Pure Eye Export Whisky for $L
95 and 97 .Fifth Ave., City.
We Celebrate tho Day.
Store closed all day open to-morrow.
Come and see the special new lots of bar
gain dress goods and silks.
JOS. HOBNE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
Stores open all day to-day. Special at
tractions and special facilities tor to-day.
Boggs & Buhl.
We Celebrate the Day.
Store closed all day open to-morrow.
Come and see the special new lots of bar
gain dress goods and silks.
Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
AUj the leading brands" of imported
cigars, wholesale and retail.
G. W. Schmidt, 95 and 97 Fifth Ave.
-RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC IKSTI
JX TOTE, Troy, N. Y.
Examinations for admission to this, the old
est School of Engineering in the United States,
will be Leld in on June5, 1889. Can
didates will be examined in the following sub
jects: Spelling, English grammar, geography,
arithmetic, algebra, through equations of the
2d degree Including radicals and in plane
geometry. The examinations will be wholly
written, and a fee of $5 will be required of each
candidates iPIace of examination given about
May 2a See this paper. For further informa
tion address D. M. GREENE, Director,
apSO-73-TTS Troy. N. Y.
Gets there all the same. Drives every vestige
of disease from the svstem, gives vigor, new
life to alL GRIFFITH'S PHARMACY. 301
G rant su, cor. Third ave., Pittsburg, Pa. ap30-100
81 AND 83 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg, Paj ap30-7i-D
a&-Display .wivertttementt one doliar per
iquare for one Insertion!. ClateVled advertise
melds on this page such at JVanted, For Saie,
To Lei, etc, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken Jot less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
' XRAXCH OFFICES.
For the "aooommodation of the
public, Branoh Offices hav6 been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. UL for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts wlthTnxDls-
THOMAS McOAFKKEY, S5o9 Butler street.
KM1L O. BTUCKET, 24th street and Penn ave.
E. G. bTOCKEYA CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton st.
N. STOKKLY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
t. "W. TALIiACE,'6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTEB & SHE1BLER, fith av. ft Atwood St.
JACOB SrOHN. No. 2 Carson street.
CHAR. SCHWABM 1707 Carson street.
A. J. HAEP.CHEK, 59 Federal street.
H. J. McBEIDE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FRED H. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut its.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENBY, Western and Irwin avej.
G. TV. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PEBBYM. GLEIM. Bebecca and Allegheny ayes.
ANTED A GOOD BABBEB NO. 718 CAB-
SON ST., 88. ap30-47
WANTED -2 FIRST-CLASS COAT-MAKERS.
Apply immediately to W. J. HUSTON &
CO., East Liverpool, O. ap30-77
-T7ANTED-1MMEDIATELY A GOOD FELT
VV and gravel roofer. Apply at once toW. M.
MCCOMUS, 1003 Carson St.. Southslde. apSO-4
-m-ANTED-FOB THE SEASON A CaBPEN
YV TEB accustomed to making: and hunting
wire screens. Apply at 371 EDWIN ST., E. E.
WANTED-SEVERAL FIBST-CLASS SHOE
salesmen and salesladies: best reference re
quired. Apply at KAUFMANNS' shoe depart
WANTED A FIBST-CLASS WHITE BAB
BEB: wares K to (7 a week with boarding.
Address JAMES A. BILLITTEB, 503 Market St.,
McKeesport, Pa. ap30-48
WANTED-A RELIABLE AND FASHION
ABLE cutter; only those of experience and
can come well recommended need apply to 97
FEDERAL ST., Allegheny City. ap30-80
WANTED-JOB PBINTEB-A COMPETENT
yonng man can hear of good opening; state
experience and where last employed. Address
PRINTER, P. O. BOX 1020, city. ap30-82
-TTTANTED-A FIBST-CLASS COAT MAKER
v V to go to the country; steady employment for
the right kind of a man. Inquire at P. J.
LOUGHNKY'S, No. 932 Liberty St. ap30-80
-T7"ANTED FIVE HORSE-COLLAR MA
VV KEKS-3 short straw hands, 3 long straw
hands. Immediately; none but first-class work
men need apply. D. CHESTNUT & CO., 147 First
TTANTED-AGENTS TO SELL A PATENT
VV ledger, advertising cards, fans, mem.
books, rulers, etc., to merchants: exclusive terri
tory; biff profits. JIODEL LEDGEB CO.. South
Bend, Ind. aplS-53-EOD
VV powder and pure spices: gifts with goods;
coke workers, miners or millmen can makemoney
In their spare time. YAMASH1BO TEA CO., S3
Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa. J126-S6-TTS
-TT7-ANTED-SWEDES TO CANVASS FOB THE
VV new Snedleh Bible; Indorsed and approved
ofbyallthe Swedish clergy. Apply at once for
terms and outfits to P. 5. FLEMING CO., 77
Diamond St., Pittsburg, Pa. ap27-49
WANTED AT ST. LOUIS-HOUSE PAINT
ERS can find steady work and good wages
D7 applying to the Master Painters' Exchange,
SOS N. Fourth St. E. Si. MATTHEWS, Presi
dent. HUNT P. WILSON. Secretary. ap29-l!
T7"A N T E D IMMEDIATELY A GOOD
VV marble cutter and a first-class marble
FiOllBher. Address, stating lowest wages will work
or, no time for correspondence, DUNNING
MARBLE AND GRANITE CO.. Erie. Pa.
T7"ANTED-A FIBST-CLASS BOOT AND
V 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.
T7ANTED-3 FIBST-CLASS MARBLE AND
VV granite salesmen: mnst have experience In
this line; one for the city of Pittsburg and Alle
gheny and two to travel elsewhere. Address,
stating experience. DUNNING MABBLE AND
GEANITECO., Erie, Pa. mh26-78
ANTED BAH WRITERS AT SMART'S
college, 4 sixth street, Pittsburg. Pen-
manshlp. bookkeeping, latest and best shorthand,
typewriting, arithmetic etc., thoroughly taught
for S3 per month: Instruction private for both
sexes; open dally 9 A. M. to 9 p. M. aplS-OS-TTSSa
-rrjANTED-AGENTB ON SALARY; 175 PER
V V month and expenses paid any active man
or woman to sell our goods by sample and lire at
home; salary paid promptly and expenses In ad
vance: full particulars and sample case free, we
mean just what we say. Address STANDARD
SILVERWARE CO., Boston. Mass felS-3-D
-VTTANTED-SALESMEN-'WE T&lsa A fEW
VV men to sell our goods by sample to the
wholesale and retaU trade; largest manufacturers
In our line: inclose 2-cent stamp: wages S3 per
day; permanent position; no postals answered;
money advanced for wages, advertising, etc.
CENTENNIAL MAN'F'G CO., Cincinnati. Ohio.
WAN TED-AGENTS IN EVEBY CITY HAV
ING water works to sell patent hose
holder: will take any size hose from )i ineh to 1
Inch; can be adjusted to any position desired for
watering a lawn; it Is the simplest and most con
venient holder In the market; sells quickly; pays
good profits; sample sent to any address on re
ceipt of price, st 50: write for agency. C. H.
TAISEY, Box, 2294, Denver, Col. Jap28-S9-nsu
V1TANTED-A GOOD FEMALE COOK FOR
VV night work at MILLER'S DINING AND
LUN CH BOCMS, 121 and 123 Filth ave. ap30-3
XITANTED A PROTESTANT GIBL FOR
VV general housework in a family of two; ref-
ence required. Apply at 232 SHADY LANE, E.E.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS TAILORKSS,
and young man that wants to finish his
trade on fine coats. Address 69 LOGAN ST.,
Pittsburg. - ap30-S7
T7-ANTED-AT SHADYSIDE, NURSE FOB
VV child 2K J ears or age; must he good laun
dress; reference required. Address P. O. BOX
354, Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-62
-TTTANTED-LADY AGENTS BEST LINE OF
VV ladles' and children's furnishing goods;
two new Inventions this spring; flOO monthly;
stamp for catalogue. E. H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
4S4 Randolph St., Chicago. ap9-76-TTSu
DInle and Pemnlo flelo.
WANTED-A BUTLER, 6 FAEM HANDS, 2
men for hotel, woman cook, f7 per week;
00 house girls, 40 for hotels: 60 cooks and cham
bermaids for small families, 13 50 to 14 per week:
nurse girls, 2 colored. MEEHAN'S AGENCY,
545 Grant St. apS9-D
-TTT-ANTED-POSITION AS FOREMAN OF
V pattern shop: good recommendations. Ad
dress PATTERN MAKER, Dispatch office.
WANTED A POSITION AS FOREMAN
mason by one who understands his business
thoroughly. Address MASON, Dispatch office.
TTTANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN WITH BOME
VV knowledge of medicine a position as as
sistant In a doctor's office. Address O. P. C. Dis
patch office. ap30-44
-5TTANTED POSITION BY EXPERIENCED
VV bookkeeper: accurate, steady and reliable;
(Irsl-ilass references as to character and ability,
X Z., Dispatch office. ap30-83
W who is well up in the duties of ost clerk,
and has been used to general office work; wages
moderate; can be well recommended. Address A.
B., Dispatch office. apS-G6
Pnrtnerj. . t
"vrT-ANTED-BELIABLE- PERSON TO ASSO
VV C1A1E with another In the manufacturing
of machine In demand by wood workers; trade
assured: good Investment. SAMUEL THOMAS,
No. 179 Third ave. ap29-2
"TTTANTED -BENTS COLLECTED PBOMPT-
YY LY; property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
WANTED-TO BORROW 810,000 ON PATENT
valued at 100,000 : now in successful use;
Just patented: 8 per cent to right parti Address
VALGABLEINVENTION, Dispatch Office.
TT7-ANTED-TO LOAN (500,030, IN AMOUNTS
V V of 13, 000 and npward, on city and suburban
property, on H percent, free of tax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and S per cent. BLACK & BAIRD,
S5 Fourth avenue. se21- d26-D
'ANTED-TO LOAN (200,000 ON MOBT-
UAbia "tiuu ana npwara at 6 cer cent;
tSOOLOOOat 4X per cent on residences or business
lBO In adiolnlne connties. s. H.
125 Fourth avenue. oc31-eS4-D
WANTED HOUSES TO BENT, BENTS TO
collect, mortgages on city and suburban
property at 4& 5 and 6 per cent: property selected
aua bought or sold on lowest commission; call for
new property list for April. J. UERMITT, 407
Grant st. snl4-61-D
TjrTANTED-MOKTG AGES-tl, 000, 000TO LOAN
V V on city and suburban properties at H, Sand
6 per cent, and on linns in Allegheny and aaja-
ceut counties at o per cent; no money loanca ot
of Pennsylvania. I. M, PENNOOX & SON..K
Fourth avenue, ap7-Hl
WANTED MORTGAGES LARGE OR
small. ED. WI'PXISH. 410 Urant street,
WANTED-MOBTGAGESON PROPERTY U
either city: lowest rates or interest. "bPEN
CER & GLOSSEB, 419 Smlthfield St. mh23-7
WA-NTED-MORTG AGES-MONEYTO LOAN
In sums to snit, at 4M, 5 and per cent.
GRAEBING & LYON, 135 Fourth ave- ap6-el-P
ITITANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
W In sums to suit at -4)f, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES ft BAILEY, 151 Fourth ave. Tel. 157.
WANTED MOBTGAGES ON CITY PBOP
ERTY. over S4.000; 4 per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO., 82 Fourth avenue.
TaTANTED-25 HORSES AND CARTS; UNITY
VV Branch P. R. B.. Apply immediately to E.
J. GAYNOR, Latrobe, Pa. ap25-73
AKTmi9MA 1,T, HRCOND-HAND
W lathe, root or power" less than 38 'between
centers. Address BOX 3. Renfrew. Butler Co., Pa.
State price. p30-H
TTTANTED-LEABN THE ABT OF GENTLE-
-TTT-ANTED APPLICANTS FOB CIVIL
W SERVICE Examination questions and full
Information or how, when and -miere to apply for
Government position sent ror 25 cts. in stamps.
Address NATIONAL ILLUSTRATED MAGA
ZINE, Washington. D. C. ap28-118
FOR SALE IIIIPKOVED REAL ESTATE.
TTTOB SALE-CARSON ST.. BETWEEN THIRD
JD and Fourth sts.,2torypressed brick dwelling.
9 'rooms: all modern Improvements: price low; lot
20x100. J. C REILLY, 77 Diamond St.
FOR SALE BLUFF STREET, NEAR COL
LEGE, new brick house 8 rooms, hall, bath
room. Inside w. c, finished basement: a complete
house, all late improvements: lot 23 feet 9 Inches
by IS feet. ROBERT COWABD, No. 20 Bluff
FORSALE-FOUETH AVE. AND BOSSST.
magnlficent brick dwelling 10 rooms, vesti
bule, halls, bath, w. c, slate mantels, both
gases, cemented cellar, large range; all modern
conveniences: bargain. ALLES & BAILEY, 164
Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
IOR SALE-WYLIE AVE., NEAR WASHING
TON at., on line of new cablo cars, brick store
with handsome front and 8 rooms, hall, bath, nat.
gas, all conveniences;- lot over 22 feet front; buy
now and get Increase of value. SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave. ap3&-7
IOR 8ALE-ON TUNNEL ST., NEAR WY
L1E avenue: lot 40x80 feeL with 2 large dwell
ings; all renting for (90 per month; this property
will now pay handsomely on theprlce asked and
enhance rapidly In the future. TV. A. HEREON
A SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
apl389-13. 17, 20. 24. 27,30
East End Iteslaencc.
TTOB SALE ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH
J the house you rent or own? If not. see the
finely built residences In Coltart square, Oakland.
W. A. HERRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE $1,000 CASH, BALANCE MONTH
LY payments, will purchase a six-room
modern style house on Meyran ave., Oakland;
good size lot, with stable on rear. W. A.
HEBBON ft SONS, 80 Fourth ave. ap30-8S-TTS
FOR SALE NORTH AVE., FRONTING
parks, an elegant 2-story brick dwelling. 7
rooms: purchasers would do well to examine this
property, as the price Is very low; lot 19H10 to
alley. J. C. REILLY. 77 Diamond st.
IOR 8ALE-SHADYSIDE HOME-CONVENIENT
to Koud Station and cable cars, con
taining 9 elegantly papered rooms. parlor, library,
dining room, kitchen and hall on first floor; bath,
laundry, natural gas; all latest Improved conve
niences; large lot: this beautiful place Is in one
orthe most desirable locations in East End, and
will be sold cheap. Call soon and see this bargain.
BLACK ft BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. sp30-51
TTTIOB BALE-QUEEN ANNE FRAME DWELL
X! ING, close to Pennsylvania Railroad, on as-
Shalt paved st,, 10 rooms, reception hall, bay wln
ow in dining room, hard wood staircase, stained
glass windows, china closet, range, bath, inside
w.c, laundry with stationary tuba, slate mantels,
furnace, natural gas, complete sewerage, flag
stone sidewalks, large lot, 50x100 feet; terms, SI, MO
cash: balance to suit buyer. BLACK ft BAIRD, 95
Fourth ave. ap23-84-D
IOR SALE-HANDSOME MODERN HOUSE,
all conveniences and large lot choice loca
tion, Bldwell street, Allegheny; low price;
easy terms. JNO. H. M'CBEEBY, 95 Fifth ave.
TjlOB SALE-SUBURBAN RESIDENCE, AT
A' 12,800, located on Holmes street, Wllklnsburg;
new frame bouse, six rooms; lot 63x132 feet. .
FOR SALE NEW HOUSE OF TEN ROOMS,
well finished; lot 126x122 feet: location first
class, on Rebecca street, Wllklnsburg. near sta
tion: an excellent home: price only 13,000. W.A..
HERRON ft SONS, No. SOFourth aye.
FOR BALE BELL EFIELD RESIDENCE,
near Fifth ave. cable cars, beautiful 2-story
and attic dwelling of 9 rooms, elegantly papered
and painted, reception hall, hardwood mantels
and cabinets, bath, w. c, natural gas, all other
conveniences: fine lot; call at office andsee photo.
BLACK ft BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. ap30-5o
lOB SALE-TWO ACRES OF LAND, WITH
fine house. 7 large rooms, fruit and shade
trees. craoery.eto..8orlnghouse. water In kitchen:
stable, chicken honse, etc; a beautiful place, sit
uate at Howard station. P, V. ft C. B. R., near
Homestead; a great bargain If sold soon; by O.K.
TOUDY. Real Estate. Insurance and Steamship.
Agent. 1721 Carson St., Southslde. Would proba
bly take other property In exchange. ap28-130
FOR PALETHE FINEST PROPERTY AT
Emsworth, having a brick residence or 15
rooms with all modern improvements ; large porch
es, spring water in the house, bathroom, with hot
and cold water: alarge brick stable, icehouse, etc.,
with from 2 to 12 acres of ground, baying a beauti
ful lawn covered with fine shade trees and shrub
bery and Inclosed by a lovely evergreen hedge;
fine vegetable garden, etc., near station and In
best part of Emsworth. O. BERINGEH ft SON,
103 Fourth ave. ap30-65-TTB
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOB SALE BLUFF ST., NEAR COLLEGE,
lot 23 ft. 9 In. bv 141 ft. ROBERT COWARD,
20 Bluff St. .. mhlO-23-TTSSu
FOR 8ALE-LOTS-WE HAVE A FEW MORE
of those tlJO ones left at head of Twenty-second
st. Incline on small monthly payments. J.
C REILLY, 77 Diamond st- ap23-lll-TTSSu
TJIOB SALE-LOTH-1 HAVE A NUMBER OF
A? lots on Carson st. and other streets; almost
anylocallty; very cheap; terms easy; by O. B.
TOUDY, Real Estate, insurance and Steamship
Agent, 1721 Carson St., Bouthslde. ap2S-lS0
FOB SALE-'-OSGOOD PLACE" LARGE,
handsome lots on Osgood. Maple and Linden
avenues: all city conveniences: no lots less than
40 ft. wide: houses set from 20 to 30 ft. back from
street: terms to suit. SAMUEL W. BLACK ft
CO., 99 Fourth ave. sp2-63-TU
East End Lots.
FOR SALE-ONE DESIRABLY LOCATED
lot, 53 ft. front; 2 minutes' walk from Dallaa
station: price 8250. MELLON BBOS,, 6349 Station'
St., E. E. ap26-68-TUEu
OR SALE-AN EXCELLENT BUILDING
lot. 55x103. Mellon St.. nearschnnlR.rhnrches.
cable lines, B. It., etc.; best neighborhood; price
SI, 650. MELLON BBOS., 6349 Station St., E.X.
FOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS AT DALLAS BTA
TION, P. B. B convenient to steanl and
street cars; cheap and on easy terms; situation un
surpassed; price ranging from S406 to ssoo. Inquire
of D. CtNEGLEY, 6106 Penn ave., East End.
FOR SALE-ON HEBRON AVE., THIR
TEENTH ward, one square from cable line,
building lots, 20 feet front, from 8359 upward;
this Is a desirable location, and will improve rap-,
idly In value: terms easy. W. A. HERRON ft
SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave. apl2-2t-iuF
FOR SALE LOOK AT THIS-PLAN OF LOTS
facing en Negleyand Center aves., at Roup
station, and wlthln-nve minutes of either cable
line; "the finest location for residence, or the best
chance for enhancement In value, in the East End:
all conveniences of city life, with the pleasures of
a rural home, at moderate cost and easy terms.
MELLON BBOS.. E. E., or JOHN F. BAXTEB,
Agt., 512 Smlthfield St. ap2S-79-TTSSu
FOR SALE-LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street, Allegheny, in
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MCN AUGHEB, 43 N. Diamond St.
FOB SALE MAFLEWOOD PAHK,WILKINS
BURG Lots, 40x120. J. B.-COOPEB ft CO.,
117 Fourth ave. ap27-78
BURG Lots. 40x120 and 40x240, on your own
terms: these are the most desirable lots' on the
market. J. B. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth ave.
FOB BALE-AT EDGEWOOD, BUILDING
lots eligibly located, 64x150 feet each, for only
550; none better In the market at the price and lo
cation. W. A. HEBBON ft SONS, No. 80 Fourth
FOB SALE-200 FINE BUILDING LOTS ON
Lincoln avenue, borough of West Bellevue,
only 5 minutes' walk from Avalon station. P., Ft.
AV. & C. R. R.. and 10 minutes' ride from city, on
line of projected electric road: price from tax) to
(400 each; terms, 825 cash, balance In monthly
rmenis, witnout interest. GRABBING ft
ON, 135 Fourth avenue. ap25-l2
TrUE SALE-LOTS, LOTS, LOTS, LOTS
X? Maplewood Park. Wllklnsburg. elegant
building lotfs, 40x120 and 40x240: t!50 to f460: 810 to
tSOdown, balance 8L 82 and 83 per week: these are
the most desirable lots on the market: 56 trains
each itay dally: they are bound to double In value
wChln he next 90 days. J. B. COOPER ft CO.,
iy, Thursday and Saturday from 3 to 6 r. M.
FOR SALE LOTS.
EOB SALE-AT WALLS STATION, P. B. B.,
US acres, fine house, large barn, splendid or
chard, outbuildings, fenced, highly Improved;
gas, coat and limestone: springs: 116,300; for ten
day's only. ED. W1TT1SH; 410 Grant street, Pitts
burg, INew,Llst." ap30-D
FOB SALE 300 ACRES ONE MILE FBOM STA
TION, on Fort Wayne It. K-: S-room honse,
good bank barn, stable and other buildings; 2 or
chards: price (50 per acre: will sell farm, stock
and Implements on lonir time, easy navments. or
take real estate In exchange; also 80 acres 6 miles
from Beaver Falls: house, barn, orchard, etc., for
r-sow, sena jor iarm ana exenange 11st just out.
N. F. UUBST, Beal Estate Broker, Rochester, Pa.
FOB SALE-ATLANTIC CITT.N. J.-HOTELS,
hoarding houses, cottages, lots and bath
houses to let or ror sale by I. G. ADAMS ft CO.,
rcalestateagenta, Beal Estate and Law-Building,
Atlantic Cltv. NJ. ap5-9-p
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
OR SALE THE PATENT BIGHT FOB AN
automstta brake; have been offered 810.000:
winjoln a company to mannlacture. Address S.
R. ROWE.Duqnesne, Pa. ap80-81
T7IOB SaLE-AT A BARGAIN-CIGAR AND
JtJ confectionery store, with privilege to rent
house of 4xoom In good' location in Allegheny,
Address STOKE, Dispatch office. ap30-9J
FOB SALE-A GOOD MERCHANT TAILOR
ING business, or would take a good cutter
with mi security Into partnership. Those who
mean business, address TAILOR, Dispatch office.
FOR SALE-SALOON AND HOTEL FUR
NISHMENT complete; 22 rooms; good lease;
terms cash; can give possession Immediately. Ad
dress S. M. WILSON' St. Charles Hotel, Stenhen
vllle, O. ap30-6
"I710R SALE CIGAR STOKE WHOLESALE
12 and retail; will be sold cheap; central loca
tion; a flrsi-class chance for the right party; room
In building to manulactnre; retail business will
over pay expenses; reasons for selling, proprie
tor Is leaving the city. Address li.. Dispatch of
TJOR SALE SEVERAL FINE GROCERY
A? stores in Allegheny and Pittsburg at low
prices; drug stores, cigar (tores, bakeries, con
fectioneries, boarding houses, shoe stores, print
ing offi!?- rnal wnrtrK. rents' fnrnlshlnsr store.
hotels: all good business openings. SHEPARD
ft CO.. 54 Fifth ave.
FOB SALE-LICENSED HOTEL, WITH OR
without livery stable, atRldgeway, Pa. Ap
ply to T. WINGFIELD, St, James Hoiel, Pitts
burg, Tuesday. , ap30-91
FOR SALE-20,000-TERMS TO SUIT, DNE
square from Court House: business property;
s brick dwellings; rental 11,608 per year: big bar
gain: enhancement sure. ALLES ft BAILEY,
164 Fourth ave. Telephone 167. ap26-90-Tnrssa
FOB SALE-82,000 WILL BUY A TEN
roomed honse and basement and cellar In
tho best stand In Youngstown for a saloon or
boarding bouse. Call or address JAMES AM
BBOSE, No. 3 Pike street, Youngstown, O.
fTlOB SALE-UR TO LET-ST. JAMES HOTEL,
JJ Warren, Ohio, opposite depot: all trains on
P., Y. A. R. R. stop lor dinner and supper; large
bar and poolroom; furnished In best manneripos
sesslon at any time AddressBT. JAMES HOTEL.
OOB SALE THIS JPABK PLACE HOTEL,
JU cor. Penn and Brushton ave., 16 rooms, with
all modern Improvements for hotel purposes: the
owner refused an offer a short time ago of (15,000;
rlce now (10,000: lot 75x140. J. C. REILLY, 77
ilamond st. ; apH-lll-TTSSU
FORSALE-3 LICENSED HOTELS. ONE IN
Beaver county, one In Lawrence county and
one In Ohio: the above hotels are centrally located
and on Hue of railroad; prices from S3, 000 to (8,000.
For particulars caU or address THUS. LIGGETT,
114 h ourth ave. ap25-l-TTSSU
TjM)R SALE OR BENT-A LABGE HOTEL.
X1 40 rooms, on Baltimore street, Cumberland,
Md.; the house and bar has a big trade; will sell
house and furniture or sell furniture and rent
house at a reasonable rate. Address S. P.
SWEITZER. Cumberland, Md. ap26-14
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, dee.
FORI SALE ONE BREWSTER STAR BUGGY
and a good set of harness can be bought cheap
Of A. J ACKMAN ft SON, 630 to 636 Penn ave.
FOB SALE CHEAP TWO SHETLAND
ponies: every child nan ride and drive them.
Inquire or A. JACKMAlT ft BON, 630 to 533 Penn
Machinery and Metals.
FOR SALEt-2 HORIZONTAL ENGINES, 13x22.
1 Ball engine, 1 small dynamo and 2 lamps and
meat choppers, rendering kettles, etc. VELTE ft
MCDONALD, Penn ave., cor. Thirty-second st,
10 LET-THAT FINE BB1CK DWELLING
liAtfinA. aT 1A AAvt IlTa C flAlwAtl eS 1U14S
ee until June 1. Inauire of J. A. ROSS. St.
James Hotel, or on the premises. ap29-25
TO LET-COTTAGE HOUSE ON MT. "WASH
INGTON, cor. Grav and Dllworth streets:
has ten rooms, large lot; Is supplied with natural
fas and city water; will be divided to suit two
enants. Inquire at A. GABB1SON FOUNDBY
CO. 'S OFFICE, 10 and 12 Wood St. ap20-17
East End Residences.
TO LET-ON PENN AVE.. NEAR BEBECA
St.. brick house of 7 rooms, bathroom, hot
and cold water; all modern improvements: rood
neighborhood; rent (27 50 per month. THOS.
LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth ave. ap27-74
TO LET-ON COB. STATION ST. AND
Sheridan ave., brick house or 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 candl
tUnz very desirable: rent (35 per month. THOS.
LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth ave. ap27-74
TO LET-FUBNISHED HOUSE ON NEVILLE
Island, opposite Dlxmont sta.. P., F. ft C.
r.: large grounas ana iruit. inquire u. w. u.
iHNBTON, 94 Water St., Plttsbnrg.-Pa, ap25-44
TO LET-FUBNISHED COTTAGE OF 20
rooms for (600 a year; location unsurpassed
for summer boarders; within three minutes' walk
of the ocean. Address J. G. FBASEB, box 236,
Atlantic City, N.J. ap28-25-TTSsa
10 LET MY HOUSE, THIRTEEN ROOMS,
at Laurel Station. Ft. Wavne road, all mod-
era improvements, staoie ana carnage nouse, two
acres ground, with liver view. Inquire on prem
ises, or at 219 Lacock street, Allegheny. WM.T,
DUNN. . mh9-63
TO LET FURNISHED HOUSE AT EDGE
WORTH, P., Ft. W. ft C. B. R. : a completely
furnished house with nine rooms, both gases, ele
gant spring water in the house; only five minutes'
walk from the station; will be rented for two or
three months during the summer. AddiessD. B.
&., Box 211, Pittsburg. I ap27-43-TT3
TO LET-THEBEST GABDENFABM ATMC
KEE'S Bocks. Inquire No. 633 LIBERTY
ST., Pittsburg. mh7-84-xOD
Offices, Dek Room, etc
IO LET-CONVENIENTLY" LOCATED OF
FICES, large and small, on second and third
floors; also nice lodge rooms, opposite City Hall.
Inquire T. MELLON ft
SUK3 JJ4KH, 512 Smith-
TO L E T-GEBMANIA SAVINGS BANK
building, corner Wood and Diamond streets
four offices at low rent; one single office, 16x20, and
fro connecting offices, 20x26 and 15x18; one single
office, 12X15; all splendidly Ughted: hnlshed In
modern style; all newly painted and papered; pos
session at once. mh30-88-D
TO LET-SECOND 8TORY SHOP-ABOUT 40
260 feet floor, with abundant power, for rent
cheap. Call at 139 SECOND AVE.
TO LET-STOREROOM AND CELLAR, 604
Smlthfield St. Inquire ON PREMISES.
mO LET-ROOM 20X40, WITH POWER;
X ground floor; entrance on street. Apply to
PITTSBURG BBASS CO., Isabella and Sandusky
sts., Allegheny. ap29-30
TO LET-THE EMPIBE HOTEL. AT MAS3IL
LON, Ohio, for term of years; none but
responsible parties need apply; Inclose stamp for
Bsrtlcnlars. Address M. 11. KING, Massltlon,
TO LET-ATLANTIC CITY-ONE 33-ROOM
hotel, good bar stand; one 10-room cottage;
both newly painted and papered: one of the best
market bouses: business established: one 25-room
hotel, fully famished. Address B. S., Atlantle
CltyP. O. ap30-70
TO LET-OUB "TO LET" LIST, AS HERETO-'
FOBE Issued from our office. Is now pub
lished every Wednesday(wlthont expense to land
lords) In The Dispatch only. SAMUEL W.
BLACK ft CO.. 99 Fourth ave. arj3-83-UTwTl
LESS girt to suffering humanity: ror all ail
ments; visit GRIFFirH'8 PHARMACY. 301
Grant, cor. Third avenue, Pittsburg, and secure a
bottle; you will be well rewarded for your visit;
also a bottle or that sovereign remedy Ta-va-zon
Lung Cough Syrup, a most potent and unfailing
cure for coughs, colds, throat and lung troubles.
PERSONAL-BOOKS WANTED-IF YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth (L00O, let us know: we will buy one as
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK STOltE,
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. fe20
PEBSONAL-WHY TBOUBLE YOUB WIFE,
mother or daughters In repairing and clean
ing your old clothes, when it can be done ror 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 136. mixi
T OST-A BUNCH OF KEYS. EITHER. ON
AJ Carson or Eighteenth streets. Finder 'will
please return same to 23 EIGHTEENTH ST., S. S.
MEMBERS OF O. W. STEWART LODGE
179B. of R.R.B., are requested to meet
at their hall, 102 Fourth avenue, at 1230 p. K..
sharp. APRIL 3J, 1889, to attend the funeral of
our late brother, John Martin. Sister lodges
are requested to attend, Bv order
ap29-H G. A. K1EKER, Master.
Headquarters of O. H. Rlppey-Post, No. 41.
G. A. R. The members of this post will as
semble at the post rooms, cor. Forty-third and
Butler. WEDNESDAY. May 1. at 1 o'clock
sharp; to attend the funeral of Comrade Unas.
Boeller. By order of B. C. ELLIOT,
OFFICE OF THB PHILADELPHIA COMPANY,
No. 820 Penn avende.
rE ANNUAL MEETING OP THE
stockholders of this company-will be held
at its office on MONDAY. May 6.1889, at tho
hour of 12 o'clock, noou, for the election of a
President and Board o' Directors for the ensu
ing year. J. R. McGINLEY, Secretary.
-VTOTICE MY WIFE. JIBS. MARY AN
1 DEESON, has left my bed and board
without just cause and provocation..!, hereby
notify all persons I will not be responsible for
any debts contracted by her until further
notice. BOBT. VV. ANDERSON. ap28-139
APBn, 27, 1889.
ESTATE OF GEORGE R. 8PLANE, DE
CEASED Executor's notice Notice Is
hereby given that letters testamentary on the
estate of George R. Splane, late of the Sixth
ward of the city of Pittsburg, county of Alle
gheny, State of Pennsylvania, deceased., have
been granted to the undersigned, to whom all
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those having:
clams or demands against the same will make
them known without delay to -
WM. H. McKELVY, Executor.
ap3M0-Tu 61 Sixth avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.
FRANK. "W. SMITH, Attorneyat Law.
Estate of Eli Burford, deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT LET
TERS testamentary on the estate of Eli
Burford, late of the city of Pittsburg, county
of Allegheny, Pa., deceased, have been granted
to the undersigned, to whom all person- in
debted to said estate are requested to make
immediate navment. and tbose having claims
against the same will make them known with
out delay to JOHN BURFORD, 50 Water st,
Pittsburg, a H. BEACH, cor. Shlloh and Syca-
more sts.. rutspurg. jatecntors. apza-oa-Tn
CONTBOI.I.EB OF AX1EGHENY COUNTY,
JPITTSBUEG, PA., April 29, 1889.
Projosals for Kaldng Registry Lists.
C1EALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
p CEIVED at this office until 3 o'clock P. M.,
May 2, 1889. for making correct copies ot the
Registry Lists of the several election districts
ot Allegheny county.
Proposals will be by the 100 lines. Amount of
lines 110,000 more or less.
Proposals will be addressed to the County
Commissioners marked "Proposals for Registry
Lists" and must be accompanied with a bond
In the sum of $200.
For further information inquire at the office
of the County Commissioners.
The Commissioners reserve the right to re
ject any or all bids. JOSIAH BPEER,
ap3O-0O County Controller.
PROPOSALS FOR FUEL AND WASH
ING Recruiting rendezvous. 015 Penn
avenue, Pittsburg, Pa., April '27, 1889. Sealed
proposals, in triplicate, subject to the usual
conditions, will be received at the Recruiting
Rendezvous, at No. 915 Penn avenne, Pitts
burg, Pa., until 12 o'clock noon, on the 27th
day of MAY, 1889. at which time and place
they will be opened in the presence of bidders,
for furnishing supplies and rendering services
as indicated, for the Recruiting Service,
United States Army, wherever required within
the city limits, during the fiscal year ending
June 30, 1890, viz: Furnishing and delivering
fuel and washing articles ot Government
equipage. The Government reserves the right
to reject any or all proposals. Blanks and full
information as to bidding, etc, will he fur
nished on application. Envelopes containing
proposals should be marked 'Proposals for
J and addressed to RECRUITING
OFFICE. No. 915 Penn avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.
Clifton Avenue, Tenth Ward,
Monday Afternoon, May 6, 1889,
At 2 o'clock, on the premises. One handsome
six-room dwelling, lot 60x175 feet: a most desir-
aoie nome. une nice iitue iour-room nouse,
good cellar, lot 21x100; will be sold at a bar
gain. One two-story house, very complete in
every detail, beautiful lot and choice location.
Those looking for complete homes in the pret
tiest suburb of Allegheny, and on easy pay
ments, should not neglect this opportunity. It
will be a rare chance to get just what you
want. Several -cheap houses on other streets.
The special feature of this sale will be some 30
lots, some of them (and only a few left) front
on Clifton avenue. These are large and fine. A
few on Highland avenue, commanding a mag
nificent view of Allegheny and the Ohio river.
All tastes can be suited. Values ranging
from 300 to $1,500. All these properties are lo
cated between the Pleasant Valley and electric
lines and close to the new incline. Fare to
Fifth avenue, four cents. Terms very easy.
Come, and you will not be disappointed.
JAMES W. DRAPE, Auctioneer.
AT AUCTION-THE FINEST LINE OF
parlor goods In the two cities, chamber
suits, fine carpets, eta, 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 ont the baU
ance of the large consignment of high class
suits. English rug, satin damask, silk tapestry,
silk and crushed plushes, brocatelle, rep and
hair cloth suits, all spring edges, hair filled and
finished In the very best of manner; chamber
suits in walnut, oak, natural and stained
cherry, fall marble tops, hind 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, rngs. curtains, Brus
sels and ingrain carpets, lamps, pictures, desks,
refrigerators, stoves, etc. Goods now on exhi
bition. HENRY AUCTION CO.. LIM.,
ap2S-92 ' Auctioneers.
PUBLIC SALEMAY 1, 18S9, ON FARM
of Mrs. Robt. Woods, Noblestown plank
road, Greentree borough, Allegheny Co., Pa.
(Near Craf ton station.) One registered Hoi
stein bull, 3 Alderney cows. In milk, 4 Holstein
cows, in mils:, 5 Holstein heifers. S horses, 1
barouche. Sale MAY 1, 1889, at 12 o'clock M.
Terms to suit purchaser.
L. H. WALTERS, Auctioneer.
JAMES C. BIGGERT. apC0-i3
OFFICE OF J
TnEASUBER OF ALLEGHENY COTTNTT,
April 1, 1889. J
In pursuance of the 21st section of an
act relating to Allegheny county, approved the
1st day of May, 1861, and of the amendments of
the said section.approved the 30th day of March,
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, 1889.
Said taxes canbepaid at this office "until tho
1st day of August with a deduction of 5 per
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 bo 10 per cent added to 'all taxes
remaining unpaid on the 1st day of September,
Treasurer of Allegheny County,
First-class opening In new hotel In city ot
6,000; only one other hotel in the city.
ap30-5e-TUTVSu . Dispatch Office,
Go and see the stall of good meats for the
Centennial inauguration ot Washington.
STAIiNO. 22, AlleghenyMarket.
p3W3 , . ' ttW. EVENS,
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 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.
PlTTSBtniG, April 25, 1889. ap2&-fl0
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
XS reports of viewers on- the openings of
Fifty-first streetfrom Butlerstreet to the Alle
gheny rivet, 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 the -Court of Common
Pleas within ten (10) days from date.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PrrrSBTniO. April 35, 1889. ap25-60
Crnr Treasttker s onriciv I
Mnnicipal Hall, Smlthfield street.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ALL
owners (whether residents or non-residents
of the city of Pittsburg) of drays, carts,
wagons, carriages, buggies, eta, must pay their
license at this office forthwith. All licensesnot
paid on or before first Monday in MaTch, 1888,
willbe placed in the hands of police officers for
collection, subject to a collection fee ot 0
cents, and all persons neglecting to pay on or
before first Monday in May, 1889. will be sub-
iect to a penalty donhle the amount of the
icense, to be recovered before tne proper legal
ttnthnHtie ot said citr. The old metal plate Of
dast year must be returned at the time licenses
aretaKen out, or o cents auuiuouai win uo
charged on the license Rates of license: Each
nn.rinrA vehicle. Sfl 00: each two-horse vehicle.
$10 00; each four-horse vehicle, f 12 00: each f our
horse hack, S15 00: omnibus and timber wheels
drawn by two horses, $10 00. One extra dollar
will be charged for each additional horse used
in aDOve specinea vemcies.
fell-70-D Cltv Treasurer.
"PrTTSmrRC. PA Anril 22. 1889.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL, BE RE
CEIVED at the office of the Citv Con
troller until Thursday. Mar. 2, A. D. 1889, at 2
p. m., lor tne loiiowing, viz.:
Larkins allev. from Sonth Twenty-fourth
street to a point about 150 feet eastwardly, 12
inch pipe. v
Carey alley, from end of present sewer near
east line oi eoum xweniy-ninm street, tor a
distance ot 450 feet westwardly; 12 and 15-Inch
Meyran street, from crown between Louisa
and Bates streets, to Louisa streettio-incnpipe.
Butler street extension, River avenue. Ever
ett street, private property of John Berlin,
Pennsvlvania Railroad. Julius Voetter. et al.
Fifth avenue to Shakespeare street; 4 to 5
leet DncK ana stone.
Denniston avenne, from Fifth avenue to
Shakespeare street: 20 and Z4-lncn pipe.
Fifth street, from Liberty avenue to the Al
legheny river; 18 inch-pipe.
Halghts street and private properties of Mrs.
S. J. Sargent, John H. McKelvy, Wm. Ward,
Pennsylvania Insurance Company, A. V. R. R.,
M. F. Bealfe 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 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; Holden street, Howe and
O'Hara streets, from Ellsworth avenue to
Shady avenue; 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 avenne; 20 and 24
Plans and specifications can be seen and
blanks for bidding can be obtained" at this
Proposals mnst be accompanied by a bond,
pfobated 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,
rtEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE-
J3 CEIVED at the office of Cltv Controller
until tne em aay oi may, a. j-.. ioov, at a r. js.,
for laying water pipe on the following streets:
10,600 feet 4-Inch. Negley avenue, from Penn
avenue to Bryant street.
120 feet 4-incb, Rosa street, from Grove
street to Concord alley.
320 feet 4-Inch, Concord alley, from Reed
street to Rose street.
250 feet 4-incb, Morris street, from Carolina
1,700 feet 6-lnch, Grazier street, from Home-
wood avenue to city line.
750 feet 6-inch, Grazier street, from Murtland
avenue to Dallas avenue.
600 feet 6-inch, Boquet street, from Fifth ave
280 feet 6-lncb, Holmes street, from end of
pipe to x liry-secona street.
500 feet 6-inch, 'Holmes street, from Fifty
second street to McCandless avenue.
600 feet 6-inch, Holmes street, from Fifty
third street to Fiftv-fourth street.
500 feet 6-Inch. Farragut street, from Stanton
930 feet 6-inch, Euclid avenue, from Center
avenue to Mignonette street.
1,200 feet 6-lncb, Amber street, from Baum
street to Penn avenue.
L100 feet 6-lncbjWebster avenne, from Thirty-third
street to Clarissa street.
265 feet 6-inch, Ivy street, from Walnut street
to Howe street.
2,100 feet 6-inch, Margaretta street, from HI-
land avenue to liiearviewatreet.
550 feet 6-inch, Gross street, from Cypress
street to Liberty avenue.
250 feet6-mch. Smallman street, from Thirty
sixth street to Thirty-seventh street
700 feet 6-inch, Lilac street, from end of pipe
to Ellsworth avenne.
500 feet 6-incb. Lenora street, from Shetland
street to Joseph street.
150 feet 6-lnch, Ivanhoe street, from Magee
1,000 feet 6-lnch, Park avenue, from Rowan
600 feet 6-incb, Thompson street, from Shet
land street to .bung street.
1,500 feet 6-lncb, Dallas avenne, from Penn
600 feet 6-incb, Conklmg street, from Wylle
avenue to Webster avenue.
400 feet 6-incb, Millwood street, from Finland
500 feet 6-lncb, Sweeney alley, from Enoch
450 feet 6-incb, Breckinridge street, from
Morgan street east.
51o feet 6-inch, Forrester street, from Kaer
cher avenue west.
215 feet 6-Inch, Kaercher avenue, from Blge
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.
800 feet 6-incb, Brereton avenue, from Fin
land street east.
600 feet 6-incb, Ben Venue place, from Mil
(S3.e avenue west.
1,000 feet 6-lnch, Susquehanna street, from
HomewQod avenue to Dunfermline street.
650 feet 6-incb. Kelly street, from Home wood
avenne to Sterrett street. ,
650 feet 6-lncb, Bennett street, from Home
wood avenue to Lang avenue.
310 feet 6-inch. Clawson street, from Grazier
street to Susquehanna street.
600 feet 6-lncb. Evallne avenue, from Liberty
avenue to Harriett street.
275 feet 6-incb, Edwin street, from Adler
1,375 feet 8-incb, Forty-ninth street, from
Butler street to north side of A. V. R. R.
12,000 feet, more or less, 30 inch on
Hiland avenue, from Reservoir to Bryant
Bryant street, from Hiland avenue to St.
St. Clair street, from Bryant street to Baum
Baum street, from St. Clair street to Negley
Negley avenue, from Baum street to Roup
Roup street, fromNegley avenue to Ells
3,000 feet, more or less. 16-inch on Penn ave
nue, from Point Breeze to a point east of Lang;
100 tons pig lead equal toPenna. refined lead.
Hauling 4.01U tons, more or less, water pipe.
100, more or less, single fire hydrants.
75, more or less, double fire hydrants.
40. more or less, 4-inch gate valves.
100, more or less, 6-lncb gate valves.
10, more or less, 8-Inch gate valves.
5. more or less. 10-lnch gate valves.
10, more or less, 12-Inch gate valves.
10, more or less, IB-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-lnch.
SCO. more or less, j&mch.
200, more or less, fi-inch.
100, more or less, 1-lnclu
23 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, more 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, plug 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 by a
bond In double the amount of the estimated
cost, probated before .the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserve the right
to reject any or all bids.
Chief ot Departaent ot Publlo Works.
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NOTJCB m -ti.ESUSdSX uiria iMijTfj
the reports ?of tfce viewers oa eotWgT
structkmol sewew oa Sheridan street, fremf ,jfcl
DHHWn W AAW.i.. .. i.j n - v Zl
from Hllana avenue to onenuaa nnw xi-
vn-, allttV ffiun l?lftV.f nrth tO FiftV-tMSfd
streets, and Hooveler street from HUM jhW
avenue to Collins avenue, have been ausroyed., kC J
by CouncHS. which action will be nasi njBies-,JVS
an appeal is filed In the Court ot Common rustn
Chief ot Department of Publlo Works.
PrrrsBUBG. April 25, 18SB. ap2&89
rUTT TAXES NOTICE IS HEXEBX"
I i Hrmttiit the duplicates for March aa4
September Installments of City. Special and-4 1
DUD-Dlstnct ocnooi .taxes tor 1110 jeati
have been placed in my bands for collectic by :
the ioara oz Assessors atraaanzeu to nasem iss
First Installment of City Taxes, payable la
lUavoh rer A nrll aerrmil installment navablo la
April or September. Five per cent discount a ,
lowea on secona WHOIUUCUI, uiut, u uam nm .- 7.
nrst. installment in montn ot juarcuusb aw- u , r
discount is allowed on first installment. ' -t
Business Tax and water uents payaoie la
month of June. Five per cent added on all ,
delinquent taxes on juay t, on juij a tor du
ness Tax and Water Rents, and October Jl
ornnrt Installment af Cltv Taxes.
No statement rumisnea umess you tnieoa -,.,.
paying your taxes witn cneocs.
Office will bo kept open on last Saturday la
March and April, until 8 o'clock T. M-
J. F. DENNISTON,
mhU-lOGvD City Treasurer.
MAV INAUGURATION OF THE
iVlX new- EXPOSITION BUILDING.
AND TWO AFTERNOON CONCERTS,'.
TUESDAYENING, MAY 21 it
HERR ANTON SEIDL, Musical Direct
ORCHESTRA OF 100 MUSICIANS,
CHqRUS OF 600 VOICES.
J9-T!cket for Single Concerts, 53, J2.S1J
50c, according to location.
Season Tickets, $12 50, $3 and to, accord
to luuiuva. .
jrnvate .coxes, seating six,
$100 for the season.
AT F OF MAY2d-HAMTLTON'S Ui
The celebrated Steinway Grand Piano used
at the Festival Concerts. ap22-89-D
gATTERY" B ARMORY '"-
THURSDAY, MAY 2, '
MATINEE AND NIGHT.
MAMSfOTH' JURTTVFTrc KI-ISTIVATA. - W
Battery of Artillery, Anvil Brigade. i
3 Great Artists. 2 Programmes.
Seats on sale at Klebers' Music Store. 1,
Take Fifth Avenue Cable Cars. ap29-22
D ASEBALL TO-DAY-WASHINGTON
TUESDAY, APRIL 30.
CLEVELAND VS. ALLEGHENY.
10.30 A. H. and 3:15 P. 31.
Special trains at 10:15 A. it. and 3-30 T.H. ,
direct to Recreation Park. ap29-10
CENTENNIAL DAY, April 30, 1889. c
Butchers and Merchants' Race. 2:40 Trotting
rtace ana nunning rtace.
Horses called at 2 o'clock and started at 2.30
o'clock sharp. Entries for 40 trot closes day of
race. MOORE FLOYD,
Sec'y Exposition Park, Allegheny City.
MULE RACE Admission to all parts of the) '
ground, auc aira-oo-i
!TTTT r v -
jtuviu An rrt,.L.ctv
Xj Special Matinee Tcday at 2.
THE HOWARD ATHEN-STUM STAR
Next week Frank Mayo In Davy Crockett. ,
X Everv Evenlnsr. Matinees Wednesdav anil '
ALONE IN LONDON.
Week May 8 Boston Ideals. ap2S-18 ''
IT ARRIS THEATER
ONE WEEK, MONDAY, APRIL 29.
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN.
Next week "Over the Garden Walt"
TT ARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY-
o-night, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday aa4 ': is
NEW SPECIALTY COMPANY.
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. n. Tickets $L For sale in advance at.
H. W. Watts & Co.'s, and George K. Stevenson
& Co.'s. ap28-97-s
THE PUBLIC 8HOULD KNOW THAT '
the .National Italian Orchestra is now
ready to furnish mnsic for all occasions. Ad
dress G. D. GIORGIO, Manager, 554 Grant st,
mHE CHALFONTE. ATLANTIC CITY, N. 3.
JL MOVED TO THE BEACH.
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED.
UNSURPASSED OCEAN VIEW.
Salt water baths in the house. Elevator. -
apio-Bi-p js. mjn.tur.rs g bu j a. j,
T3EDF0RD MINERAL SPRINGS,
J5 BEDFORD. PENNA.
Leading mountain resort. Water un equaled.
Hotel newly furnished. Opens Jnne 8. Write) "
f ov circular. L. B, DOTY. Manager.
For sale A new 2-story Queen Anne dwell. 3
ing, iu rooms. Data, laundry, reception nan,
natural gas, water, etc.; large lot; five minutes'
walk from station; very choice neighborhood;
owners very anxious to sell to settle an estate.
SAMUEL W. BLACK fc CO.. No. 99 Fourth t
avenue. ap27-64-Trs fcj
We make a specialty of cleaning and d
lace curtains; also dry cleaning Damask Turk
ish portiers ana au Kinds 01 laancs.
Sixth Avenue Dye Works; T"-
M. MAY SONS & Co. '
ap2-TTS 56 SIXTH AVE. ,i
Ten Per Cent Investment,4,
$40,000. Four minutes' walk from Conrtf
House, 14 new brick dwellings, all In flrst-clasaf
condition; corner property; good reasons lott
setting; muss oe soia ac once.
SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO..
ap27-58-TiT3 89 Fourth ave.
CONSUME YOUR OWN GARBAGE
j stoves and ranges while using the same for
cooking, ot any other purpose, by using Vhat
Eureka Garbage Burner. For Illustrative cir.
cular, containing; full Information, call oa or
53 East Diamond street
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x. ooipaui aveauB.
Telephone 1344. cngTJgr
Waltsb 3. Osbottiute. Richard j
T3AKROWS & 08BOURNE
90 Diamond 1
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