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THE PITTSBURGH DISPATCH, THUESDAi, , MAX 2, 1889.
.THE NEW MILK UBIOH.
Local Dealers Strike a Combine With
About 50 Shippers,
PATIKG THEM 11 ASD 18 CENTS.
TVhat Will Become of the Original Trust
Farmers and Agent?
A LONG LACTEAL WAR ABOUT ESDED
The milk war is about OTer. The dealers
are loud in their exclamations that they can
jret all the milk they require, and if the
union shippers don't Trent to accept the
proposition which was offered them last
week and again yesterday they are at lib
erty to shio as much of the lacteal fluid to
jilr Reed, of the Chartiers Company, as
they have a mind to.
That is about the sentiment which was
repeatedly expressed at the meeting held at
Imperial Hall yesterday afternoon. The
meeting represpnted a conference of a joint
committee of dealers, union shippers and
non-union shippers, who had come together
ibr the purpose of discussing the proposi
tion of the Dealers' Union to accept 11
cents and 16 cents per gallon of milk. This
committee was in executive session for two
hours, and at the termination of that time
they were as far advanced as they wcro last
Meek the non-union shippers and the dealers
agreed, but the committee representing the
Producers' Union refused to accept the propo
sition, and thej left the conference in disgust,
and assembled again in their room over Reed's
store, on Liberty street, to discuss the matter
further. They resolved there to have nothing
further to do with the dealers, and Mr. Reed
was authorized to sell all the milk shipped to
lilm directly to the consumers, and sell it at the
dealers' price, 16 cents per gallon, or 4 cents
Alter tha executivo scss.on. the dealersand
the non-union shippers the latter about 50 in
number held a general meeting. Here the
action of the committee was ratified, and the
dealers will now pav 11 cents per gallon to
etery shipper until October 1, and then they
will pay IS cents per gallon until next April.
As the farmers seemed to be thoroughly sat
ished with that arrangoincnt, a committee of
six three'dcalers and three farmers were ap
pointed to draw up a resolution and bvlaws
for the new J5hippcr&' Union Mhich will now
be formed, and whose members will co-operate
with the Dealers Union for mutual protection
and the periodical fixing of the price of milk.
Mr. Walker, a farmer on the Chartiers Val
ley Railroad, then made the statement that
they had already formed an organization at
Cecil station and that he had been instructed
to co-operate with the Dealers' Union.
About this time a discussion took place as to
who should be burdened with the surplus milk.
Mr. Walker suggested that it would be the best
thing if the tanners took charge of the surplus
themselves and churned it Into butter, which
was thought a good idea.
An adjournment was called about C o'clock
until to-uiorron afternoon, when the formal or
ganization of the new Shippers' Union will take
DR. J. R, SUTHERLAND INSTALLED
As the New Pastor of I lie Second Presby
The Rer. Br. John It. Sutherland was
last night installed as pastor of the Second
Presbyterian Church, corner of Penn ae
nueand Seventh street. The church was
well filled. The Rev. Dr. Holland, as Modera
tor of the. Pittsburg Presbj tery, presided.
After the opening services the Rev. Dr.
Kumler preached the sermon. His subject
was the incident when Christ asked his 12 dis
ciples if they also would go, and Simon Peter
replied: "Lord, to whom shall we goT Thou
hast the words of eternal life." He used this
to illustrate the importance of following ChrUt,
and descriDed the beauties of the Word of God,
which, in the future, would be given the con
irregation by Dr. Sutherland.
Dr. Holland followed, putting the constltu
tonal questions to Dr. Sutherland and tne
mgrepation, after which he declared Dr.
uthprland duly installed as pastor.
Rev. Dr. Jeffries next deliverod the charge
t tj new pastor, ana Rev. William McKib
ieu concluded tho exercises with tho charge to
the congregation, advising them to follow the
same course that they had in the past.
HER WALLET STOLEN.
A Caso in Which a Woman Was Not Watch
"Doc" Montgomery was called to admin
ister on a sad case yesterday. A middle
aged woman, a widow, named Annie 31c
Elroy, who came from Ireland some years ago
to earn money enough for three babies, and
who has been living the past two years with an
aunt in Newport, O., decided to go back to Ire
land, and coming to this city yesterday stopped
n a store and bought a sack. She put her
wallet containing 50 in her pocket after mak
ing the purchase antl started toward the Union
depot, and on her way found that her wallet
She could not tell the name of the store
where she made the purchase nor of the street,
and there was nothing on the paper in y hich
the sack was wrapped to shed any light on
"Doc" turned the womin over to Roper
O'Mara. and the casf is under consideration,
with sniaU prospect that the money will be re
covered. The mm is a large one to save work
ing as a domestic, and the trip to Ireland will
probably be indefinitely postponed. tThe
woman stated that she had never had any ex
perience in cities, and her distress was intense.
Old Soldiers for Policemen.
The Allegheny Park Committee met last
night and approved the usual bills and pay
rolls. Park policemen were elected for the
year, but before the election was held Th'omas
G. Sample asked for and was granted the priv
ilege of making a speech. He represented the
Grand Army of the Republic, and urged the
committee to chose old soldiers for park
policemen. The following were elected: G. R.
Geisinger, Charles Schleifer, Samuel Long,
J ohn Lannigan and Henry Huckle.
A Mysterious Stabbing.
A cutting affray occurred on Spring Garden
avenue, Allegheny, on Tuesday night. Conrad
Krapp was returning home with a companion
when a young man stabbed him in the shonlder
with a penknife. There was no provocation
for the assault, and the assailant immediately
disappeared. Lieutenant Thornton was noti
fied and arrested a man, who cave his name as
Xudwig Eiffler; but he denied all knowledge of
the affair. The case was held under advise
jnent. It Sbonld be a Grand Success.
3t,t Is hoped that to-day's annual donation and
J reception at the Protestant Home for Incura
bles; on Butler street, will yield handsomely
for this most worthy charity. Refreshments
will be served from 2 to 6. Gifts of cuh, dry-
-goods or groceries, sent to G K. Stevenson or
Lock hart Bros., will be thankfully received for
An Imperial DenlnL
The proprietor ot Imperial Hall, as well as
prominent members of the Imperial Club, wish
"to'deny that they, or either of them, were re-
sponsible for any trouble resulting in the ar
rests scar theie Tuesday at midnight.
A Brave Boy Badly Burned.
A lamp exploded in the house ot Mrs. "WJills,
2624 Penn avenue, last night, and Harry Wills,
a little 6-year-old boy, who attempted to put
cut the flame, was badly burned,
Bead our "remnant day" ad. elsewhere in
this paper. Great remnant day to-morrow.
In Fnll Blast.
tOar great sacrifice sale of men's fine suits
is now in full blast Prices tell every time,
and'those 5,000 men's suits we have marked
at $10 (worth really $18) are our drawing
card. These suits come in 20 different pat
terns, really high grade clothing, are silt
serge lined, cut in the latest styles of cut
aways and sacks, and can't be bought short
of 18 outside of -our store. We have too
many goods on onr counters we most admit.
They have to be sold at once, if prices will
do it, and we have cat the price clean
through. Come and get a regular 518 suit
for-510. P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Dia
mond sts., opp the new Conrt House,
f-iSMOKE the best La Perla del Fomar clear
-Havana Kev "West clears. Three for 25c
l..-. m-rr ' " " ..1M Il!l I
lsu.. u. Qcmusis. va ana s .cum jxye. i
The Pupils of Washington School Ko. 1
Give an Exhibition.
The parents and friends of the pupils of
"Washington school Ho. 1, on Portieth
street, yesterday turnqd out in full force to
attend the exhibition of school work given by
the pupils in their respective rooms. Upon the
blackboards were beautiful specimens of free
hand work, all done by themselves, which not
only reflected great credit upon the pupils, but
also upon their instructors. Tho manuscript
work of the children was especially fine. A
uniquo feature of tho exhibition of
the manuscripts was the way they were put to
gether. The papers were bound together in
the form of a book, with a heaw paper cover,
upon which was written the name of the pupil.
The leaves were fastened together with a silk
In rooms" Nos.1, 2, 3 and 4, calisthenics and
vocal music were tho especial features. Rooms
5. 6, 7 and fc. vocal music and language drills.
Rooms 9, 10, 11, 32 and 13, memory gcms,btoc
raphics of eminent Americans, vocal and in
strnmental music. . ...
The school rooms are thro wn open at night ror
tho benefit of the w orking people who are inter
ested in the children's work. To-day the prin
cipal. Mr. 1L W. Fisher, will conduct an exhi
bition at school No. 2. on Main street, and to
morrow one In school No. 3 on Hatfield street.
A SIDEWALK TUMBLES.
A Little Accident Thnt Might Easily Have
Been Much Worse.
While workmen were clearing away the
base of the old cellar wall, excavating for
the new German National Bank bnilding,
corner of "Wood street and Sixth avenue, at
9.45 A. M. yesterday, the foundation wall, with
the stone sidewalk resting on it, gave way and
fell into tho excavation with a crash. Marvel
ously, not a workman, except the foreman, was
hurt. However, there were several podestrians
on the sidewalk at the time, and some of theso
went down with it. William Roach, the fore
man, was dragged out ot the fallen earth and
stones unconscious. His leg was broken and
he is supposed to be othern ise badly hurt. He
lhcs in die rear of No. 22 Old avenue and was
taken at once to his home.
Tho wife of Rev. F.J. Bisacar, of Swissvale,
fell with the sidewalk, but was more frightened
than injured. She was partly buried at the iar
edge o tho slide, but promptly extricated.
Others caught in the tumble were only scared.
The accident was caused bv digging away a
heavy stone arch under the Sixtn avenue pave
ment. William Roach, tho old man who was hurt
bv the falling wall, was resting casly at the
Mercy Hospital last evening. The doctors at
tending him say he will recover.
SPRANG FROM A WINDOW.
A Toudk Allccbcny Girl Attrmpted to End
Her Life Yesterday Morning.
Miss Ellen Drennan, who lives with her
sister Annie on Anderson street, Alle
gheny, attempted to commit snicide by
jumping from the second-story window yester
day morning. The two young ladies occupy a
room in tho building used by Mr. M. Mackin as
Miss Annie is a dressmaker ana does business
on Pcnn avenue in this city. When she was
leaving for her work her sister locked the door
and ran to the window. Miss Annie dinned
the intention ot the girl and ran to prevent her
from jumping out of the window. she seized
her by the skirts, but could not hold her, and
she fell to the sidewalk.
hlie was picked up and taken to Dr. Small's
office across the street, where it was found that
she had been injured internally. Her injuries
will not likely result fatally. No cause is as
signed for the attempt at self-destruction.
Ono of the B. tfc O. Malingers Declines to
Plav the Second Fiddle.
General Manager Clements, of the B. &
O. lines east of the Ohio river, has resigned.
Second Vice President T. M. King recently
appointed Mr. OdelL of the Chesapeake and
Ohio, general manager of all the lines, and he
informed Mr. Clements and Mr. Peabody that
in the future they would be superintendents.
Clements declined to be second fiddler. He
felt that he ought to be made the general man
ager himself. Mr. Clements has been with the
1). i O. for two years. It is the general im
pression among railroad men that this is the
reason why Mr. Clements resigned. His suc
cessor has not been chosen. It is rumored that
Superintendent Patton, of the Pittsburg
division, may be advanced.
A circular was issued yesterday instructing
the railroad men to make their reports lor the
present to the Second Vice President.
The Kail and Lake Rates Aro a Bone
Contention With the Accents.
The Pittsburg committee of freight agents
held a short meeting yesterday, bnt did
nothing. There is still some hitch about
the rail and lake rates, but this matter was
postponed to another meeting. An effort is
being made to have lake rates made for west
ern points via Chicago, but the roads are op
posed to this policy. The effect would be that
the initial lines would be knocked out on West
A special meeting of the Younirstown com.
mitteo has been called to bo held in Clevelrod
to day. C S. Wright, of the Baltimore and
Ohio, and Frank Dean, of the Lake Erie, went
to Cleveland yesterday afternoon.
Webster Avenne's Widening Damages.
In the project to widen Webster avenueabove
Fulton, from its present SO-foot "narrows" to
120 feet for a distance of 150 lect, the following
claims for damages were filed with the Board
ot Viewers yesterday:
Morris Downey, $3,000; A. Downey, ?9,C00 J.
Downey, 3, 000; Patrick febanacy, 700; James Lit
tle, 1,000; James Jordan's heirs, ill, 000; lannlc
Frelly, 83,000: T. Doerfleger. VJOO: J. button;
4.000; M. A. O'Brien, oOO, Thomas Gibson. TOO;
John McFaren, 1,500, Daniel Coakley, 87UO; W.
Gown. 5.115: George Scott, 3,400. The cut will
cost about 45,000.
Thnt AHecheny Sbootinc.
The shooting affray in the boarding house on
North avenue, Allegheny, was investigated by
Mayor Pearson yesierday. Edward Sander,
who was arrested for shooting at John Brosc,
had a hearing, but the Mayor held tho case
over, as Brose has not yet been arrested. The
landlady of the bouse testified that she believed
the prisoner intended to commit suicide when
he bought the revolver.
(some Coal Moving.
The water yesterday afternoon was 10 feet 8
inches but declining. The George Shiras and
Clifton left with good tows. The Hudson ar
rived during the night and started again in the
afternoon. The Pierrepont returned from
helping out the Hornet.
In Fnll Blast.
Our great sacrifice sale of men's fine suits
is now in full blast. Prices tell every time,
and those 5,000 men's suits we have marked
at $10 (worth really 518) are onr drawing
card. These suits come in 20 different pat
terns, really high grade clothing, are silk
serge lined, cut in the latest styles of cut
aways and sacks, and can't be bought short
of $18 outside of our store. We have too
many goods on our counters we must admit
They have to be sold at once, if prices will
do it, and we have cut the price clean
through. Come and get a regular $18 suit
for 10. P. C. C. C.cor. Grant and Diamond
sts., opp. the new Court House.
g. w. scnanDT.
05 nnd 97 Fifth Avenue, Plltsburc. Pa.
The largest holder of fine old Rye and
Bourbon whiskies in the United States
offers in bond or tax paid the following
Gibson, Melvale. Monticello, Dougherty,
Mt. Vernon, Hannisville, Overholt, Gnck
enheimer, Hermitage, Moss, Large and G.
"W. H. MeBrayer, Old Crow, Hermitage,
Bond & Lilliard, O. K. C. Carlisle, Hume,
Mellwood and Kelson. Telephone Kum
Great Remnant sale to-morrow Biggest
quarter's business has made the biggest lot
of rerdnants ever offered.
Boggs & Buhl.
Laser's Babv Cnrrinecs
Are tbe finest, neatest and cheapest in the
city, and the only ones with the universal
jointed rod. See onr selections before buy
ZiAUBB's Tor House, 620 Liberty st
THE FINAL REHEARSAL.
Now for tho Flensing Itlny Dance in Old
City Hall To-Nigbt.
The May dance for the benefit of the
Helping Hand Society will be given in Old
City Hall this evening and to-morrow night.
If tho young ladies and the boys and girls do
as well in the performance as they aid in the
full dross rehearsal yesterday the affair will
be a great success.
The little girls in their pretty costumes, the
boys rigged out as f ull-fledged sailors dancing
a hornpipe, and the young ladies in Swiss caps
displaying all the agility of their alpine proto
types, played their parts very nicely.
The May-pole dance is veryprctty and makes
a pleasing tableau. The younger folks are ar
ranged about the pole in the form of a pyra
mid, whilo the older girls wrap the ribbons
All the dances were rehearsed with ease.
With such a list of dances as the sailor's horn
pipe, Irish jig, the buttercups and daisies,
French minuet, Russian polka, Spanish, Ger
man and Italian waltzes, and the English May
dance, even the most fastidious in an audience
are bound to be pleased.
THE PASSENGER BUSINESS.
Western Travelers Go In Blocks of Five to
tho l'nclflc Coast.
The withdrawal of the 2 cent rate for par
ties has not affected to any great extent
travel to the Pacific coast. Mr. Spear, the
local representative of the Union Pacific in
Pittsburg, reports that the parties going West
are not so large as formerly, but there are
more of them. People find it pleasant to
travel in batches of five.
The Union Pacific is now issuing round trip
tickets to Colorado points, good until October
31. Passengers bound for California, Oregon
or Washington Territory are given a free ride
from Ogden to Salt Lake City or Garfield
Beach and return.
An Appenl for Assistance.
The man who is charitable to himself will
listen to the mute appeal for assistance made
by his stomach, or his liver, in the shape of
divers dyspeptic qualms and uneasy sensa
tions in the regions of the gland that secretes
his bile. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, my dear
sir, or madam as the case may be is what you
require. Hasten to use if you are troubled
with heartburn, wind in the stomach, or note
that your skin or tho whites of your eyes are
taking a sallow hue.
Into the Insurance Business.
Frank Connelly, one of the best known young
newspaper men in the city, and for a number
of years on the reportorial staff of the Leader,
severed his connection with that paper yester
day to engage with H. W. D. English in the in
To-morrow's the day. Great quarterly
remnant sale. Bogqs & Buhl.
New line of men's neckwear for spring.
James H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth ave.
Lawekncb Bank op Pittsburg. J
Pittsburg, Pa.. May J, 1889.
DIVIDEND THE BOARD OF DIRE$
TORS of this bank have this dav declared
a dividend of THREE PER CENT on the
capital stock out of the profits of the last six
months, payable on demand.
mv2-2-p JOHN HOERR, Cashier.
T)ENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTI
JX TUTE. Troy. N. Y.
Examinations for admission to this, tho old
est School of Engineering in the United States,
will be held in on June a, 1S89. 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
candidate. I iPlace of examination given about
May 20. See this paper. For further inf orma
tion address D. M. GREENE, Director,
ap30-73-TT8 Trov, N. Y.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
Thursday.Mav 9, 18S9, the Pittsburg Plate
GIaS3 Company will make application to tho
Governor of Pennsylvania for an amendwent
of its charter in respect to tho location of its
works and ofHce.and authorizing said oompany
to own and operate works or factories located
elsewhere than in the county of Allegheny.
DALZELL, SCOTT 4 GORDON,
ap!8-S3-Th Attorneys for said company.
COSTROLLER.OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY,
PITTSBURG, Pa., April 29, 1SS9.
Proposals for Mafin Registry Lists.
QEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
p CEIVED at this office untd 3 o'clock P. X.,
May 2, lbS9, for making correct copies ol the
Registry Lists of the several election districts
ot Allegheny county.''
Proposals will be by the 100 lines. Amount of
lines 110,603 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 S20Q.
For further inlormation inquire at the office
of the County Commissioners.
The Commissioners reserve the right to re
ject any or all bids. JOS1AH SPEER,
an30-96 County Controller.
LONGVIEW SCHOOL-FORMERLY HO
TEL Longview 111 be open for the
reception of summer boarders bv Joly 1, 18S9.
For circulars and information apply to
REV. JOHN G. MULHOLLAND.
my2-9J-TTSu Longview School, Brookville.l'a.
THE CH ALFON1 E. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
MOVED TO THE BEACH.
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED.
UNSURPASSED OCEAN VIEW.
Salt water baths In the house. Elevator.
apl6-81-D E. ROBERTS 4 SON&
BiEDFORD MINERAL SPRINGS.
I BEDFORD, PKNNA.
ading mountain resort. Water unequaled.
Hotel newly furnished. Toerge's Orchestra.
Opens June 8. Write for circular.
ap7-87-D L. B. DOTY. Manager.
Clifton Avenue, Tenth Ward,
Monflay Afternoon, May 6. 1889,
At 2 o'clock, on the premises. Ono handsome
six-room dwelling, lot 50x175 feet: a most desir
able home. One nice little four-room house,
good cellar, lot 21x11)0; 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 AHecheny, and on easy pay
ments, should not neglect this opportunity. It
will bo a rare chance to get just what you
want. Several cheap houses on other streets.
The special feature of this sale will be some SO
lots, somo of them (and only a few left) front
on Clifton avenuo. Theso are large and fine. A
few on Highland avemie commanding a mag
nificent view of Allegheny and the Ohio river.
AH tastes can be suited. Values ranging
from 300 to 1,500. All these properties arc 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.
A UCTION SALE-FRIDAY MORNING,
May 3, at 311 Market st.,. commencing 10
o'clock; fine body and-.WUton velvets, mo
quets. body and tapestry Brussels and Ingrain
carpets for rooms, balls and stairs; the bal
ance of tho consignment of fine, parlor suits
and chamber suits which have not been dis
posed of owing to tho holiday coming on our
regular sales day. and thus kept buyers from
attending: tbe goods as before advertised are
extremely high class and fashionable; also,
stoves, notions, machines, wringers, china,
? lass and dclf ware, tea, groceries, fancy goods
amps, refrigerators, pictures, linoleum, etc.
HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM.,
AH C TION SALE ADJOURNMENT
Beautiful Sewickley residence, cor. Logan
and Tbom st., only 4 minutes from station,
THURSDAY, May 2, 1889. at 4 o'clock P. 3d., on
the premises, a good substantial frame dwell
ing of 8 large rooms, handsomely papered and
Eainted, bath, h. and c. water, slate roof, cistern,
oth 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 d. BA1RD.D5 Fourth ave.
WALTEK J. OSBOtTRNE. ftrcrXAItD BABKOWS.
BARROWS & OSBOURNE
tH) Diamond street.
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tas-jyttplay advertisement one dollar per
ignore for one insertion. Classified advertise
menls on this page such as Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, etc., ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for less than fifty cenU,
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of tho
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion nest morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with TBI DIS
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 84,9 Butler street.
EMIL G. HTDCKEY, 14 tu street and Penn ave.
E. G. STOCKEY&CO.,WyUeave. andFultonst
N. BTOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER A SHE1BLER, Jth av. A Atwood It.
JACOB SPOHN, Ko. 2 Carson street.
CHAS. SCHWAEM, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAEKCHER, 59 Federal street.
U.'J. McliltlDE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FEED H. EGUEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. II. EGGEK3 & SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J.F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PEKKYM. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
WANTED-GOOU THIRD-HAND" BAKEE.
Call at lg PENN AVE., city. my2-l
XT ANTE D-.IOUKNEYMEN PAINTEK3
YY AY. B. STOUGHION, 45 Fourth ave.
ANTED-A FIRST-CLASS PANTS MAKEK.
EISNEE & PHILLIPS, corner Wood st.
and Fifth ave, my2-99
WANTED-2 JOURNEYMEN STAIRBUIL1
EKS at H. GELL1NG3& SON'S, Fourth
street, lleltzhoover borough. my2-3
ANTED EXPERIENCED CAR CAR
PENTER. ADnlv to OAK BIDGE COAL
CO., Fourth ave, andTry St. my2-M
WANTED-A TRUSTWORTHY AND ACTIVE
young man thoroughly experienced in dry
goods business. AddlcssXOOKUOXKH, So Oil
City, Pa. my2-83
TTANTED-B1LL CLERK-MUST BE COR-
KECT and quick; familiar with hardware
or water, gas and steam goods. H.X.B.. Dis
patch office. rnyl-22
-TTrANTED ELOCU1ION TEACHER A
T young man wishes private lessons In elocu
tion; to a competent teacher liberal compensation.
Address DAVID, Dispatch office. myl-25
WANTED-SHIPPING CLERK-MUST BE A
yonng man well recommended, who can
speak both English and .German. Address
FORBES, box 870, Pittsburg 7o. rayZ-68
TTTANTED-HEATER. ROUGHER, CATCHER.
VV pair-heater, doubler and matcher for small
double sheet mm. Apply, SUOTTDALE ikuh
& STEEL CO., L1M., Scottdale, Pa. mal-23
WANTED YOUNG MAN WHO UNDER
STANDS typewriting and general office
business. Address, with reference, MANUFACT
URER, P. O. Box 410, Pittsburg, Pa. my2-7
-TT7-ANTED-AN ACTIVE MAN LOCATED
V outside Plttsburtr. Salary TO to J100 per
month to represent, In his localltv. an old bouse;
references exchanged. BUSIN ESS, lock box 1610,
N. Y. oc7-43-Th
-TTJANTED-AGENTS TO SELL A PATENT
VV ledger, advertising cards, fans, mem.
books, rulers, etc.. to merchants; exclusive terri
tory: big profits. MODEL LEDGER CO., South
Bend, Ind. sp!6-53-F.OD
WAN1ED-SWEDES TO CANVASS i OR THE
new Swedish Bible; Indorsed and approved
of by all the Swedish clergy. . Apply at once lor
terms and outfits to P. J. PLLMING& CO , 77
Diamond st., Pittsburg, Pa. ap27-rt
powder and nnre snlces: zlfts with soods:
coke workers, miners or mlllmen can mskemoney
In their spare lime. YAMASIILUO TEA CO., 83
Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa. JaSS-SO-TTS
T-JANTED-IMMEDIATELY. ONE PRACT1-
V CAL splkemaker; three feeders on Carey
spike machine and three feeders for roll point:
only experienced men need apply. DIAMOND
STATElKON CO., Wilmington, Del. myl-26
TTrANTED IMMEDIATELY A GOOD
VV marble cutter and a first-class marble
polisher. Address, stating lowest wages will work
for, no time for correspondence, DUNNING
MARBLE AND GRANITE CO.. Erie. Pa.
-1TJANTED-A FIRST-CLASS BOOT AND
V V shoe salesman to take Charlie Hall's route
In Pa. ;only tbose -n ho hare an extensive acquaint
ance and can command a large trade tn that sec
tion need apply. EDMUNDS MAYO, Boston.
WANTED-AN ACTIVE, SOBER YOUNG
man to work In a billiard room: must have
some experience. Apply between 11 and 12 this
morning at BRUNSWICK. BALK &CO.'b cor.
Finn and bmlthfleld sts., city. J.J. MUBPHY.
-VTTANTED-3 FntST-CLASS MAEBLE AND
VV granite salesmen; must have experience In
this line; one for the city of Pittsburg and Alle
gheny and two to travel elsewhere. Address,
stating experience. DUNNING MARBLE AND
GRANITE CO., Erie, Pa. mh26-78
WANTED BAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
COLLEGE, 4 Sixth street, Pittsburg. Pen-
manshln. bookkeenlng. latest and best shorthand
tor 5 r
iwrltlng. arithmetic, etc.. thoroughly taugnt
lor 5 per month: Instruction private for both
sexes; open dally 9 A. u. to 9 p. M. apl3-66-TTSsu
WANTED-AGENTS ON SALARY; 75 PER
month and expenses 'paid any active man
or woman to sell our good by sample and live at
home: salary paid promptly and expenses In ad
vance; full particulars and sample case free, we
mean just what we say. Address bl'ANDARD
falLVERWARECO.. Boston. Mass. lelS-S-D
-TTTANTED-bALESJlEN-'n E WISH A FEW
VV men to sell our goods by sample to the
wholesale and retail trade; largest manufacturers
In our line: lucloso 2-cent stamp: wages S3 per
day; permanent posluon; no postals answered;
monev advanced lor wages, advertising, etc.
CENTENNIAL MAN'E'G CO., Cincinnati. Ohio.
-VTJ-A.NTED-AGBJ.TS IN EVERY CITY HAV
V 1NG water works to sell patent hose
holder: will take any size hose from Inch to 1
Incn: 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 toany address on re
ceipt ol price, ?l 50. urite for agency. C. H.
TAISEV, Box 2291, Denver, Col. -ap.B-33-TTSU
-TTTANTED-TWO UOOD COOKS, FIRST AND
VV second. Apply at 102 GRANT bT restau
WANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
Y, ORK: German preferred. MRS. CHAS.
RE1ZENSTEIN, 52 Fremont St.. Allegheny.
RACHMAN'S, Rankin station, Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad; must come well recommended.
WANTED-ALL LADIES WHO HAVE FINE
furniture needing repairing, reflnlshlng or
upholstering to go direct to headquarters: tele
phone 1626. HAUGH KEENAN, 33 and 34
Mater street. my2-94
Y7ANTKD-LADr AGEtTS BEST LINE OF
VV ladies' and children's furnishing goods;
tnonew. Inventions this spring: sioo monthly;
stamp foV catalogue. E.H. CAMPBELL CO.,
4&4 Randolph St., Chicago. ap9-76-TTSU
Dlnlo and Female Help.
TT ANTED SEAMSTRESS), WAITRESS,
V V chambermaids, cooks, 100 honse girls, Ger
man and colored girls, male and female help for
hotels, waiters, drivers, farm hands, gardener.
MRS. E. '1HOMPSON, 603 Grant st,
W ANTED-A BUTLER, 6 FARM HANDS, 2
men forhotel. woman cook, 87 per week:
ao house girls, 40 for hotels: 60 cooks and cham
bermaids for small families, $3 TO to 81 per week:
nurse girls, 2 colored. MELHAN'S AGENCY,
545,Grant st. ap29-D
-T1TANTED-Ai POSITION AS FOREMAN
VV mason by one who understands his business
thoroughly. Address MASON, Dispatch office.
-TTT-ANTKD-A PARTNER WITH J1.500 CAP1
VV TAL to take an active Interest In a first
class office business: one acquainted with the
wholesale trade preferred; to the right man an
excellent opportunity Is offered. Address BOX
633, city. my2-90
WANTED A PAETNEH-95, 000 WILL BUY A
half interest in one of the largest and best
established and paying businesses of its kind in
Western Pennsylvania, located In heart of busi
ness center in ncisuurg; iraae tne most refined
and elegant; business strictly cash; the price Is
nothing compared to business done and profits re
ceived therefrom; only those who aro willing to
become helpmates and mean strictly business
needapply lor particulars to CASH BUS., Dispatch
v V small,
ED. WITTISH. 410 Grant street,
-TTTANTED-TO LOAJi, MONEY AT 4 AND
VV 5 per cent. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent. 62
Fonrth ave. tn)l-40
WANTED-BOUSES TO KENT, BENTS TO
collect, mortgages on city and suburban
property at 4K, 5 and 6 per cent, propertyselcctcd
andbonghtor sold on lowest commission: call for
new property list for April. J. DEK1IITT, 407
Grant St. anl4-61-D
V V on city and suburban properties at tu. Sand
6 per cent, and on larms Id Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 6 per cent: no money loaned ont
of Pennsylvania. I, , PENNOCS & SON, 105
Fourth avenue, , , ap7;Hl
' - . ,.v-r- . - "r '. ?
TfTANTED-TO LOAN BOO. 000 ON BOND AND
V mortgage. GEO. JOHNbTON, Agent, 62
Fourth ave. niyl-40
WANTED-MOHTGAGKS ON FKOPEKTY IN
either city: lowest rates orinterest SPEN
CER GLOSSES, 419 Bmlthfleld St. mhz3-
VV In sums to snlt, at iii, B and 6 per cent.
GltAElSING 4 LYON, 135 Fourth ave. ap8-el-D
TT7-ANTED-MOKTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
TV lnsnmito suit at i',4, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES & 11 ALLEY, 164 i onrth ave. Tel. 167.
ANTEDr-MOBTGAGES ON CITY PBOP-
ERTY. over HOOO; 4K per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVLB A CI
v., KEjrounn avenue.
ANTED -KENTS COLLECTED PROMPT
LY. nnnprtvniaiiiiffMl with KAtlMfArttnn.
ALLES & BAILEY. 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
rr ANTED -MORTGAGES IN ANY
TV amounts; 4M to 6 per cent: city and couutrvr
no delay. SAMUEL W. BLACK CO.. B?
Fourth avenue. Ja20-35-MThg
WANTED MORTGAGES WE AEE PRE
PARED to make loans or SaOO to 500,000 on
mortgages on city or country property. JASi W.
DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
WANTED-TO LOAN 50u,Coa IN AMOUNTS
of S3, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on Ai percent, free of tax; also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK & UAIK1),
S3 Fourth avenne.
ANTED-TO LOAN 200,000 ON MOST-
UAtrba; fiuu ana upwara at o per cent;
WANTED-MANUFACTUKE AT HOMB
Sheet metal articles. Address SHEET
METAL, Dispatch office. my2-66
"mTANTED MOTHERS TO BRING THEIR
,VV children to AUFREOHT'b ELITE GAL-H
ur.ui, as MarKet st nttsonrg; caninets oniy fi
per doz. ; proof shown; elevator. myl-Sl
WANTEU-LEARN THE ART OF GENTLE
MEN'S garment cutting; no trying on re
quired; nlzht sessions Monday, Wednesday and
Saturday, f to 9 P. M., S14 Wood St. URL1NG &
FOR hALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE GOOD 7-KOOM BRICK HOUSE.
Devllliers St., close to "Wylie aye. and Conrt
MCNEILL & Into., 105 Fourth ave.
xiuuse; iochmxiih; ELixv: on easy terms. v vr.
FOE SALE-CARSON ST., BETWEEN THIRD
and Fourth sts., Z-story pressed brick dwelling.
9rrooms; all modern Improvements: price low; lot
20x100. J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond St.
FOR SALE-NEAR FIFTH AVENUE BANK
lot "5x95; corner property: 2 brick dwellings,
5 rooms and attics each; rental S00 yearly: room
to build three more dwelling: price 5, OX); big
bargain. ALLES 4 BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave.
Telephone 167. my2-77-MThs
East End ReslaeDce.
FORSALE-1,000 CASH, BALANCE MONTH
LY payments, will purchase a six-room
modern style house on Meyran ave., Oakland;
Sood size lot with stable on
tEKRON & SONS, 80 Fourth ave,
rear. w. A.
FOR SALE A NICE HOME-BUILT OF GOOD
brick and stone, with 6 large rooms, bath,
laundry, both gases, large porch and slato roor;
very desirable lot 45x120; Margaretta st. near
Hlland avenue; low price. MELLON BROS.,
6349 Station St., E. E. myl-18-ThS
FOR SALE-5,600-MELLON STREET, COR
NER property: substantial modern style
frame dwelling; 10 rooms, hall, bath, all modern
conveniences; lot 50x120; convenient to cable lines
or Liberty station, P. R. It: a bargain. SAMUEL
W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth aye. ap30-41
FOR SALE-SHADYSIDE HOME-CONVENIENT
to Roup 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
of the most desirable locations In East End, and
will be sold cheap. Call soon and see this bargain.
BLACK & BALED, 95 Fourth ave. ap0-51
FOR SALE-HANDSOME MODERN HOUSE,
all conveniences and large lot, choice loca
tion, Bldwcll street, Allegheny; low price;
easy terms. UNO. H. M'CREERY, 95 Fifth ave.
TTIOR SALE NORTH
JQ parks, an elegant 2-story brick dwelling. 7
rooms: purchasers would do well to examine this
property, as the price is very low; lot 19x110 to
aUey. J. O. BEILLY. 77 Diamond st.
FOB SALE-SYLVAN AVE., NEABCOBNEB
of Hazelwood ave., Hazelwood, fine 2-story
frame a welling of 9 rooms and finished attic, large
reception hall, slate mantels. Inside shutters, nat.
and art. gas, bath, w. c., laundry, slate roof;
house all In good condition throughout and In
perfect order; complete sewer connections; fine
view; location best In the suburb; first-class resi
dences immediately surrounding; lot 00x120, with
lieanttful shade trees thereon? SAMUEL W.
BliAUK & CO., 89 1 ourtn ave.
ap30-i2-myl, 2, 4, 7, 9, U
I7I0B SALE-AT INGEAM-HOUSE OF SIX
rooms; lot 100x160 ft. GEO. JOHNSTON,
Agt., 62 Fourth ave. myl-40
-mOK SALE-AT INGRAM-
FRAME HOUSE OF.
1? six rooms: natural gas; lot 50x150 ft. ; easy
OR SALE BELLEFIELD RESIDENCE,
near Fifth ave. cable cars, beautiful 2-storv
and attic dwelling of 9 rooms, elegantly papered
and painted, receotlon ball, hardwood mantels
and cabinets, bath, w. c, natural gas, all other
conveniences, fine lot; call at office andsee photo.
BLACK & BAIBD. 95 JConrth aye. ap30-50
FOB SALE SUBURBAN PROPERTY 28
acres, with large orchard, abundance of
water, excellent dwelling house, spring and car
riage bouse and all other necessary outbuildings;
5 mlnntes' walk from B. R. station; would ex
change In part for citv property. Terms, etc..
from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., L9 Fourth ave.,
Pittsburg. , my5)-3nhs
FOR SALE-TWO ACRES OF LAND, WITH
fine house, 7 large rooms, fruit and shade
trees, grapery,etc .springhouse, water In kitchen;
stable, chicken house, etc. : a beautiful place, slt
nate at Howard station, P. V. & C R. IC, near
Homestead; a great bargain if sold soon; by O.R.
lOUDY. Ileal Estate. Insurance and Steamship
Agent, 1721 Carson st . bouthslde. Would proba
bly take other property In exchange. ap2S-130
TTiOR SALE THE
FINEST PROPERTY AT
havlnsr & brick residence of 15
rooms with all modern improvements: large porch
es, spring water In the bouse, bathroom, with hot
and cold water: alarge brick stable, Icehouse, etc.,
with from 2 to 12 acres of gronnd, having a beautl
fnl lawn covered with fine shado trees and shrub
bery and Inclosed by a lovely evergreen hedge:
fine vegetable garden, etc., near station and in
best part of Emsworth. C. BER1NGER & SON,
103 Fourth ave. apM-05-TTS
FOR SALE LOTS.
TTlOR SALE-LOTS ON WYLIE, WEBSTER
X' and Bedford aves GEO. JOHNbTON. agent,
62 Fourth ave. myl-40
FOR SALE-LOT3-WE HAVE A FEW MORE
of those f250 ones left at head of Twenty-second
sCincllno on small monthly payments. J.
C. REILLY, 77 Diamond St. apM-lll-TTSSu
FOR SALE-LOTS-1 HAVE A NUMBER OF
lots on Carson st. ana other streets; almost
anv locality; very cheap: terms easy; by O. K,
TOUDY, Heal Estate, Insurance and Steamship
Agent, 1721 Carson st , bouthslde. ap2S-l30
East End Lots.
T7UR SALE-MOO, 300, $303. FOR
jl.' located Duuaing lot.
25x175. near Penn ave.
cable line. Nineteenth ward. MELLON BROS.,
6319 Station St., E. E. myl-lS-Ths
FOR SALE-HAYS ST., THE CONNECTING
link of Negley and Highland ave.: a beauti
ful building lot 34x100: 11C3 high and dry; will be
sold at a bargain. MELLON BROS., 6349 Station
St., E. E. myl-18-Ths
FOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS AT DALLAS STA
TION. P. R. R . convenient to steam and
street cars; cheap and on easy terms; situation un
surpassed; price ranging from 406 to 00O. Inquire
of D. C. NEOLE1. 6106 Penn ave., East End.
IOR SALE-LOOK AT THIS-PLAN OF LOTS
faclnirnn TCeelevand Center ayes., at Roun
station, and within nra mlnntfjt nf 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 ot
a rural home, at moderate cost and easy terms.
MELLON BROS., E. E., or JOHN F. BAXTER,
Agt., 512 Smlthfield St. ap23-79-TTSSU
FOKSALE LOTSON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avennes and Lombard street, Allegheny, In
the lenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MONAUGHER, 43 N. Diamond St.
FOR SALE-MAPLEWOOD P AKK. WILKIN S
BURGLots. 40x120. J. B. COOPER 4; CO.,
117 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-AT INGRAM STATION, 50x150
ft. lots, 100x220 ft. lots, X acre lots, i acre
lots, 1, i 3, 4, 6. 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 acre lots. GEO.
JOHNSTON, agent, 62 Fourth ave. myl-40
FOR SALE-MAPLEWOOD PARK, W1LKINS-BUKG-Lots.
40x120 and 40x240, on your own
terms: these are tbe most desirable lots on the
market. J. K. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave.
FOR 8ALE-200 FINE BUILDING LOTS ON
Lincoln avenue, borough of West Bellevue,
only 5 minutes' walk from Avalon station. P.. Ft.
W. & C. It. R., and 10 minutes' ride from cltn on
line of projected electric road: price from S200 to
MOO each; terms, 5 casb, balance in monthly
payments, wlthont Interest. GRAEB1NG &
LkON, 135 Fourth avenue. ap25-12
LOTS, LOTS, LOT3-
X?.. Mapiewood Park.
building lots. 40x120 and 40x240; f ISO to (400: (10 to
e-uuumu, usmace ;i, Kina f4 per week; tucware
the most desirable lotsym the market: 66 trains
each way dally: they arubound to double in value
wiiuiuiaenexiw uays. i. it. uuui'.Eas & uu.,
i SS.rth aTe" or on 8 grounds every Tues-
u''i """la ana Baturqay ixom s to o r. .
-.-.-. x f .
FOR SALE LOTS.
T710K SALE-OB EXCHANGE-FAKM UNDEB
JD LAID with coking coal, right on railroad and
near station. Inquire of JAMES L. OKB, 140 Fifth
ave., Pittsburg. my2-7J
FOR SALE AT INGRAM EIGHT ACRES
beautifully located ground; fruit and shade
trees In abundance; this Is the garden spot of the
Chartiers valley. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agt, 62
Fourth ave. myl-40
T7IOR SALE-AT WALLS STATION, P. H. K
J 125 acres, fine house large barn, splendid or
chard, outbuildings, fenced, highly Improved:
as, coal and limestone: springs; 116,300; for ten
avsonlv. ED. WTTTIS1L 410 Grant street Pitts
burg. ''New List" ap30-D
IpOB 8ALE-20O ACRES ONE MILE FROM STA
1 TION, on Fort Wayne K. It ; 8-room house,
good bank bam, stable and other buildings; 2 or
ctards: price 50 per acre: will eell firm, stock
and Implements on long time, easy payments, or
take real estate In exchange; also 80 acres 6 miles
from Beaver I alls: bouse, barn, orchard, etc., for
2d00;send for farm and exchange list J us tout.
. F. HUKST, EealEstateBroker, Rochester, Pa.
FOR SALE-THE BEST FARM OF THE felZE
in Cabell county, VestVa.iln fact the best
farm of the same size In the State of West Va.,
containing about 500 acres, nearly all river bottom
and on the line of the Chesapeake and Ohio Ball
road, and with the best 2-story brick mansion of
any farm in the county; large rooms, wide halls,
porches, etc. ; a large and first-class orchard of
fine fruit; this property will be sold at a bargain
and on terms to snlt, as it does not suit any of the
present owners to live on it and want to settle up
an estate, One of theowners is now in the city
and would be pleased to meet anyone contemplat
ing the purchase of this elegant property; to any
one In want of such a property such an opportu
nity will not likely offer again In a lifetime; the
neighborhood Is good, churches, schools, eto ,
being quite convenient: this property Is near the
city of Huntington, one of the most flourishing
towns in the State, For further particulars carl
one. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenne. myi-88
FOB SALE-BEAUTIFUL LOTS, BIGHT AT
station, In Bellevue and Allegheny and In
East End, by JAMES L. ORE, 110 Fifth ave.,
FOBSALE-2-ACREAND 6-ACRE PLOTS 10
miles from the city. 1 mile from B. K. sta
tion In new plan of Maryvllle. Get plan from
JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pitts
FOB SALE-ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. HOTELS,
boarding houses, cottages, lots and bath
houses to let or for sale by I. G. ADAMS & CO.,
real estate agents, Real Estate and Law Bnilding,
Atlantic CItv. N. J. ap5-9-D
FOB. SALE BUSINESS.
FOB SALE-PATENT RIGHT ON MILK CAN
lock. Address C. GBAFF, Castle Shannon,
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN-CIGAR AND
confectionery store, with privilege to rent
house of 4 rooms In good location in Allegheny.
Address STORE. Dispatch office. ap30-KI
FOB SALE-DRUG STORE. ON LINE OF,
railroad; population 1,200: no opposition;
terms reasonable: reasons good. Address SUL
PHONAL. P. J. Box 900, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-SALOON AND HOTEL FUE
NISHMENT complete; 22 rooms; good lease;
terms cash; can give possession Immediately. Ad
dress S. M. "tVlLSON. St. Charles Hotel, Steuben
vllle, O. ap30-6
OR SALE A FIRST-OLASS SALOON
doing a first-class business: half block from
tbeN. C. R. B. depot; price tl,500; cause of selling
is to dissolve partnership. Address liOARlis
LUBY, 401 N. Calvert street, Baltimore, Md.
OR SALE-CIGAB STOKE WHOLESALE
and retail; will bo sold cheap; central loca
tion; a first-class chance for the right party; room
in bnilding to manuiacture; retail business will
over pay expenses; reasons for selling, proprie
tor Is leaving the city. Address li., Dispatch of
TJiOE SALE SEVERAL FINE GROCERY
Jj stores in Allegheny and Pittsburg at low.
prices; drug stores, cigar stores, bakeries, con
fectioneries, boarding houses, shoe stores, print
ing office, coal works, gents' furnishing store,
hotels: ad good business openings. SHEPARD
& CO.. 54 Fifth ave. ap9
FOB SALE THE PARK- PLACE HOTEL,
cor. Penn and Brnshton ave., 16 rooms, with
all modern Improvements for hotel purposes: the
owner refused an offer a short time ago of S15.000:
rlce now 810,000; lot 73x140. J. C. BEILLY, 77
ilamond st. ; ap2S-lll-rrssu
TT10S SALE OB EXCHANGE SUITABLE
C property for bottling house. In Steubenvllle,
O. ; excellent shipping facilities by two railroads
or by river: B. R. switch on premises; good water
and excellent cellars: will sell cheap or exchange
for Allegheny or Pittsburg property. S1RAUB
& MORRIS, Third ave. and Wood st. my2-65
FOR SALE-PLANING MILL AND LUMBER
yard: located In a lively town In Ohio, 85
miles from Cleveland and 100 miles from Pittsburg,
on the Wheeling and Lake Erie Railroad and the
Ohio canal, surrounded by a rich farming section;
building new and machinery in first-class order;
?ood established trade for J4 years; poor health
be only reason for selling. For further particu
lars Inquire at 116 WASHINGTON AVE.. Alle
gheny City. my2-78
FOR SALE-THK CHAUTAUfUA HOTEL
property, all furnished: with a furnished
cottage ofll rooms. 4 acres of gronnd, icehouse,
livery buildings, etc., at Mayvllle. head of
Lake Chautauqua, opposite railroad station
and steamboat landing; about 55 bedrooms,
doable 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.;
lcehonse fnll of good ice: lamproom, barbershop
with lavatory, commodious kitchen, long
patent range and furnace, pantries, china
closets, commissary rooms, good office with safe,
desks, etc.: large music hall and ballroum;
the entire furniture, carpets, silverware, etc..
are In good order; everything lureadlncss to open
the hotel; wide piazzas on each floor stretch over
the entire front affording a charming view of tbe
lake and ltB beantfes; fine orchard and
grounds: the hotel Is one of tbe best on
Lake Chautauqua and has always enjoyed lib
eral patronage; can do run an me year; as me
owners do not wish to rent the property we have
been authorized to offer It' at public sale, on Tues
day, Slav 7, at 2 o'clock P. M., in onr office, 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg, and it will be allowed
to go at an immense sacrifice, including the
entire furnlshment, etc.; possession given at
once and terms to suit; farther Information and
particulars from a personal examination by one ot
our firm, and handbill giving more fnll details can
be had at our office or mailed when requested: a
card will be furnished by us to allow prospective
Enrchasers to examine the premises. JAS. W.
IRAPE & CO., Agents and Auctioneers, 129
Fonrth avenue, Plttsbnrg. my2-79
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, die
FOR SALE HORSES WILL ARRIVE MAY 2,
at tbe Exposition Driving Park, 20 head of
extra fine Kentucky horses, among them some
extra fine roadsters and saddlers of especially
fine quality, with all the various Kentucky saddle
raits and harness combined. The owner, 3. C.
TWYMAN, a responsible horseman, of Lexing
ton, Ky., refers to Jas. A. McNally and Porter A
Donaldson, of this city, and Invites those In need
of an jthlng in his line to Inspect stock. my2-70
machinery and Qletals.
FOE SALE-2 HORIZONTAL ENGINES, 13x22,
1 Ball engine, 1 small dynamo and 2 lamps and
meat choppers, rendering kettles, etc VELTE
MCDONALD, Penn aye., cor. Thirty-second st.
10 LET-VERY FINE HOUSE OF 10 ROOMS;
all modern lmnrovements: 97 Center avenne.
EO. JOHN STON, Agt., 62 1 ourth ave. myl-40
rYlO -LET-THAT FINE BRICK DWELLING
JL house of 10 rooms. No 55 Colwellst.; rent
free until June 1. Inquire of J. A. ROSS, St.
James Hotel, or on tbe premises. ap29-25
TO LET-COTTAGE HOUSE ON MT. WASH
INGTON, cor. Gray and Dllworth streets:
has ten rooms, large lot; Is supplied with natural
gas and city water; will be divided to snlt two
tenants. Inquire at A. GARRISON FOUNDRY
CO. '3 OFFICE, 10 and 12 Wood St. ap20-17
TO LET-THE ELEGANT 10-ROOM HOUSE
No. 17 Monterey street, near the parks. Al
legheny: all modern improvements. GEO. JOHN
STON, Agt., 62 Fourth ave. -myl-40
LET FURNISHED COTTArtH: ItV m
rooms for SfiOO a year: location nntnrnnterl
for summer boarders: within three mlnntes' walk
of tbe ocean. Address J. G. ERASER, bor 230,
Atlantic City, NjJ. ap28-25-TTSSir
TO LET-MY HOUSE, THIRTEEN EOOMsT
at Laurel Station, Ft. Wayne road, all mod
ern Improvements, stable and carnage bouse, two
acres ground, with liver view. Inquire on prem
ises, or at 213 Lacock street, AUegheny. WM. T.
TO LET FURNISHED HOUSE AT EDGE
WORTH, P., Ft.W. &C. R. B.: a completely
furnished bouse with nine rooms, both gases, ele
gant spring water in the bouse; only five minutes'
walk from tbe station: will be rented for two or
three months during tbe summer. AddiessD. B.
S., Box 211, Pittsburg. ap27-43-TT8
TO LET-NICE FARM ON RAILROAD AND
near station. Inquire of JAMES L. ORK. 140
Fifth ave., Plttsbnrg. my2-7J
Offlccs. Dcik Room, ifcc
TO LET-CONVENIENTLY LOCATED OF
FICES, large and small, on second ana third
floors: also nice lodge, rooms, opposite City Hall.
Inquire T. MELLON & SONS BANK, 512 Smith
field st. ap29-81
TO LET-STORE BOOM CORNER LIBERTY
and New Grant sts. E. D, WINGENROTH,
100 Fonrth ave. , myf-9
TO LET-HOUSE OF It BOOMS-NO. 955
Penn avenue; good location for first-class
boarding house, or , furnished rooms. GEO.
JOUNblON, Agt., 62 Fourth ave. myl-40
TO LET-THE EMPIRE HOTEL. AT MASSIL
LON, Ohio, for term of years; none but
e parties neeo appiy; inclose sump for
Auufsw . u JULnv, nassiuon,
TO LET-ONE FLOOR OF CHOICE APART
MENTS for light housekeeping wltn gas,
water and use of bath. Apply to J. O.MOBKOW'S
shoe store, 289 Ohio street, Allegheny. my2-i8
mp LET-OUR "TO LET" LIST, AS HESETO
JL IfORE Issued from our office, Is now pttb
llsned every Wednesdaylwlthout expense to land
lords) In Ihe Dispatch only. SAMUEL VT.
BLACK & CO.. 99 Fourth ave. ap3-88-HTwT
PERSONA L-BOOK3 WANTED IF YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth 11,000, let us know: we will buy one as
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK STORE,
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. fe2
PEBSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOUB WIFE,
mother or daughters in repairing and dean
ingyonr old clothes, when it can tbe done for a
trifle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood st., second Soor? Charges moderate:
facilities unsurpassed: suits madeto order; spring,
styles now ready. lelephne 1558. mha
T OBT POCKET CASE CONTAINING 150
I 1 yials of homeopathic medicine. Finder will
please addres Z. T.M1LLEB,M.D 2013 Carson
LOST-BLACK BREASTPIN, SHAPE OF A
four-leaf clover, diamond In center: lost be
tween Pen nave., Pittsburg, and Kldge ave., Alle
gheny. If returned to LEAN A BLAIR. Penn
Building, theflnderwlllreceivesis. mv2-91
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the report of viewers on the damages
caused by the grading of Natrona alley, from
Stanton avenne to Fifty-second street, has
been approved by Councils, which action will
be final unless an appeal Is filed in tbe Court ot
Common Fleas within ten (10) days from cute.
K M. BiGELOW,
Chief of Departmentof Public Works.
PITTSBUBG. April 25, 1889. ap2&60
PrTTSBUBG, PA.. April 22, 18S9.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at the office of the City Con
troller until Thursday. May 2, A. D. 1889. at 2
p. jr., for the following, viz.:
Laiians aUey, 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-nmth street, for a
distance of 450 feet westwardly; 12 and 15-inch
Meyran street, from crown between Louisa
and Bates streets, to Louisa street: 15-inch pipe.
Butler street extension, River avenue, Ever
ett street, private property of John Berlin,
Pennsylvania Railroad, Julius Voetter, et al,
Pcnn avenne and Denniston avenue, from
Fifth avenue to Shakespeare street; 4 to5
feet brick and stone.
Denniston avenue, from Fifth avenue to
Shakespeare street: 20 and 24-inch pipe.
Fifth street, from Liberty avenue to the Al
legheny river; 18 inch-pipe.
Haighta street andprivate properties of Mrs.
S. J. Bargent, John H. McKelvy. Wm. Ward,
Pennsylvania Insurance Company, A. V. R. R.,
M.F. Scalfe and others, from Stanton avenue
to AUegheny river, 3 and 5 feet Drick and
Center avenue, from Graham street to Col
lege street; 13-inch pipe.
Stanton avenue, Viola alley and private
property of Henry Janson and Mellon Bros.,
from west side of Hlland avenue to Negley
run; 18, 20 and 24-inoh pipe.
Herron avenue, from east side of Anderson
street to Center avenue; 20 and 21-inch pipe.
Snmmerlea 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 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 ot .awarus reserves mo
right to reject any or all bids.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
SEALED PROPOSALS WTLL BE RE
CEIVED at the office of City Controller
until the 8th day of May, A. D.. 1SS9, at 2 P. K.,
for laying water pipe on the following streets:
10,600 feet 4-incb. Nfcgley avenue, from Penn
avenue to Bryant street.
120 feet 4-Inch, 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
L70O feet 6-inch, Grazier street, from Home
wood avenue to city Une.
750 feet 6-lncb, Grazier street, from Murtland
avenue to Dallas avenue.
600 feet 6-inch, Boqnet street, from Fifth ave
280 f eet 6-inch, Holmes street, from end of
pipe to Fif tyrsecond street
500 feet 6-inch, Holmes street, from Fifty
second street to McCandless avenue.
600 feet 6-lncb, Holmes street, from Fifty
third street to Fifty-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-incb, Amber street, from Banm
street to Penn avenue.
LUX) feet 6-inch, Webster avenue, 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 Hl
land avenue to Cleaxvlew street
550 feet 6-inch, Gross street, from Cypress
street to Liberty avenue.
250 feet 6-incb. Smallman street, from Thirty
sixth street to Thirty-seventh street
700 feet 6-lncb. Lilac street from end of pipe
to Ellsworth avenue.
500 feet 6-inch. Lenora street; from Shetland
street to Joseph street
150 feet 6-inch, Ivanhoe street, from Magee
1,000 feet 6-Inch. Park avenue, from Rowan
600 feet 6-lncb, Thompson .street, from Shet
land street to King street
1,600 feet 6-lncb, Dallas avenue, from Penn
600 f eet 6-Inoh, Conkling street, from WyUe
avenue to Webster avenue.
400 feet 6-inch, Millwood street, from Finland
600 feet 6-incb, Sweeney alley, from Enoch
450 feet 6-lncb, Breckinridge street, from
Morgan street east
515 feet 6-incb, Forrester street, from Kaer
cher avenue west .
215 feet 6-incb, Eaercher avenne, from Bige
low street to Forrester street
250 feet 6-incb, Jones avenue, from Twenty
ninth street east
300 feet 6-lncb, Finland street, from Milwood
street to Brereton avenue.
300 feet 6-inch, Brereton avenue, from Fin
land street east
500 feet 6-incb, Ben Venue place, from Mil
vale avenue west
1,000 feet 6-lncb. Susquehanna street from
Homewood avenue to Dunfermline street
650 feet 6-lncb. Kelly street, from Homewood
avenue to Sterrett street
650 feet 6-incb, Bennett street, from Home
wood avenue to Lang avenne.
310 feet 6-inch, Clawson street, from Grazier
street to Susquehanna street
600 feet 6-incb. Evaline avenne, from Liberty
avenne to Harriett street
275 fee,t 6-incb, 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 less, 30 inch on
Hlland avenue, from Reservoir to Bryant
Bryant street, from Hlland avenne to St
St Clair street, from Bryant street to Banm
Baum street, from St Clair street t Negley
avenue. " '
Negley avenue, from Baum street to Roup
Roup street, from Negley avenne to Ells
3,000 feetmore or less. 16-inch on Penn ave
nne, from Point Breeze to a point east of JJang
100 tons pig lead equal toPenna. refined lead.
Hauling 4,010 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.
ICO, 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, 16-inch gate valves.
15. more or less, 20-inch gate valves.
16, more or less, 24-inch gate valves.
1L more or less, SO-inch gate valves.
500, more or less, K-inch.
800. more or less, M-inch.
200, more or less. Si-inch.
100, more or less, 1-inch.
25 reels, more or less, best American hemp
10 bales, more or less, best white cotton waste.
600 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 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 bios.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
1M reports of viewers on the openings of
Fifty-first street.from Butler street to the Alle
gheny rivet, and Center avenne, from, Aiken
avenne to Hlland 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,
Pittsburg, April 25, 18S9. ap250
Office of )
Depabxkext of Pcblic Safety, V
BrnucATl of FntE. PrTTSBrnta. Pa. 1
CJEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE REV
O CEIVED at the office of the City Control
ler until MONDAY. May 13, 1889, at 2 p. 3L, for
repairs of engine houses Nos. 2 and 6.
Plans ana specifications can be seen at tha
office of F. C. Saner, Architect, corner Sixth
and Liberty streets.
Bonds in double the amount of bids must ao
company each proposal, said bonds to be pro
bated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves the right!
to reject any or all bids.
My 1-60 Chief Department Public Safety.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAX
the reports ot the viewers on the con
struction ot sewers on Sheridan street, from
Station to Hoeveler street: Rodman street;
from Hlland avenue to Sheridan street: Na
trona alley, from Fifty-fourth to Fifty-third
streets, and Hoeveler street from. Hlland.
avenue to Collins avenue, have been approved,
by Councils, which action will be final unless
an appeal is filed in tbe Court of Common Pleas
within ten (107 days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PrrrsBTTBO. April 25, 1889. ap25-60
pOMMERCIAL MEN TAKE NOTICE
A married gentleman who can furnish un
surpassed references and bond is open for an
engagement at a moderate salary. Is highly
versed in accounting, commercial law ana
mathematics; also a fluent speaker, expert
enced stenographer, and fine; rapid penmanT
H. D. REED,
Care Box 693:
INAUGURATION OF THE - J.
NEW EXPOSITION BUILDING.
FIVE EVENING -
AND TWO AFTERNOON CONCERTS,'
Beginning TT XTT n-l
, WJ11 Li,
THURSDAY, 9 a. M.t
3-Tlcket for Single Concerts, J3, 2. SI and
60c. according to location. y '
Season Tickets, S12 50, $3 and So, according
Private Boxes, seating six,
S1C0 for the season. ''
The celebrated Steinway Grand Piano used
at the Festival Concerts. my2-D .
DATTERY B .ARMORY
THURSDAY, MAY 2,
MATINEE AND NIGHT.
MAMMOTH JUBILEE FESTIVALS.
Battery of Artillery, Anvil Brigade.
8 Great Artists. 2 Programmes. , '
Prices. Matinee: Admission, 75c; children,
60c; Reserved. SL Night admission, $L No ex,,
tra charge for reserved. Seats on sale at
Klebers' Music Store. Take Fifth avenue
Cable Cars. ap29-22
HEW YOE PMMMC CLUB,
Miss Elizabeth Norcross,
OLD CITY HALL.
MONDAY EVENING. MAY 6. 1889.
Tickets for sale at H. KEEBER fc BBO.'S,
Wood st Price SL 75 cts and 50 ctseacb.
Music students half price to any part oC-tga
house. No extrarflarger for reserved seats. "
RAND OPERA BOUSE '
Every Evening, Matinees Wednesday an$
ALONE IN LONDON. '
Week May 6 Boston Ideals.
HOWARD ATHENaEUM STAR
Next week Frank Mayo in Davy Crockett
Last game until June L
CLEVELAND vs ALLEGHENY.
Train at 3.30. Game at 3:45. ap23-U -
ONE WEEK, MONDAY, APRIL 29.
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN.
Next week "Over the Garden WaU."
TTT ARRY WILLIAMS ACADEMY
To-night, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday aac
NEW SPECIALTY COMPANY.
RAND CENTRAL RINK TO-NIGHT. '
PROF. HURLB CRT'S
HORSES, DOGS AND PONIES.
Four Nights More. .
Matinees Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
GRAND ORGAN RECITAIi ON FRI
DAY evening, May 10, 1889, nnder tho
auspices of the Musical and Literary Society
of St Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church,
in their new building, cor. Station stand Col--linsave.,
E.E. Tickets, 50c. Reserved seats
25c extra. my2-s7
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 .SO P. K. Tickets SL For sale in advance as
H. W. Watts Co.'s, and George K. Stevenson
tCo.'s. ap25-97-D -
THE PUBLIC SHOULD KNOW THAX
the National Italian Orchestra Is now
dress G.D.GIORGIO. Manager, 651 Grant st, -f ,V
citv. anBSJW t 1
Foasale A new 2-story Queen Anne- dwell,
ing, 10 rooms, batb, laundry, reception halL
natural gas, water, etc.; large lot; five minute?
walk from statlo;very choice neighborhood;
owners very anxious to sell to settle an estate.
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., No. 89 Fonrta
We make a specialty of cleaning and dyting
lace curtains; also dry cleaning Damask Turk
ish portlers and all kinds of fabrics. ' .1-
Sixth Avenue Dye
.M. MAY SONS & Co. ..
56 SIXTH AVELj
FOR sale. :;i
Ten Per Cent Investment
$10,000. Four minutes' walk from Cburtry
House, 14 new brick dwellings, all in first-class V'y
wuuiuwu, turutjr property, gooa reasons lot
selling; must be sold at once. i '-3
SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO!?3&
ap27-58-TTT3 89 Fourth ave
, 8L HAMILTON,
91 AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE,' T
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