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BMP& AND PQETEY.
How Will Carleton Was Induced to
Become a Writer of Poems by
A PHBEKOLOGICAL TKEE AGENT.
Dictating His Great Success, Betsy and I
A POET WHO DESIRED CRITICISM
rmuTTSS roB Tax dispatch.;
How strange are the circumstances which
shape man's destiny, that prompt him to
the first move on the line of action that
leads to his ultimate success or failure in
this world. Who can tell which is the se
same which shall open np belore him his
sphere in the world, for which he is pecu
liarly adapted and designed by his Maker.
Should many men of prominence tell the
world what led them to start in their pres
ent successful career, the tales woulc indeed
Among the acquaintances of the writer
is an excellent gentleman, now growing old.
a. poet, phrenologist and fruit tree agent,
31 r. A. S. 3IcCoy, a resident oi the town of
Spnngboro, Crawford -county, this State.
As lie travels through the country, selling
trees, he combines his poetry and knowledge
oi purenology with, Ms prolession as a tree
man. teelikg THEia nujirs.
Entering a bouse, a few words often dis
closes his identity as a phrenologist, and tlie
whole lamily have to have their beads
"bumped," maybe, and their future
told. In his" travels he has had
many strange experiences and has
"bumped many protnineut men's heads,
among them beingtbat of Will Carleton.the
farmer poet. He not only examined his
head, but advised him to write poetry and
what kind to write, and even wrote his first
poem of note, "Betsy and IAreOut,"at
his dictation and criticised it for him. The
story in his own words is given below, with
many other interesting Jacts about Poet
"It was in the summer of 1870 that I first
met Carleton at Hillsdale, Mich. I was
there with Mr. Joseph Soper"canvassing
trees. I will tell you what I can remember
of him from so long ago.
".Mr. Carleton had just been graduated
from the college at Hillsdale the summer be
fore, and was at the time that I first saw
bim acting as editor, or connected with the
Hillsdale Standard. What opened an
intimacy with him then was this: One day,
while canvassing, I found on the street a
beautifnl lady's knit nightcap. Itctruck me
as being so comical that the rhyming in
spiration immediately took possession of me.
I went to the Smith Bros.' hotel, where I
was boarding, and composed a poem from
the incident and took it to Mr. Carleton for
publication, which he did gladly.
"After making his acquaintance and before
examining his head, I made the acquaint
ance of his parents, in Hudson, Lenawee
county, Mich. a worthy couple the father
a sturdy practical farmer, but the mother,
whom Will strongly resembles physically
and mentally, I found an original lady, de
cidedly full ot strong, practical common
sense; comical, witty and full of oddities;
kind hearted, energetic and full of poetical
emotion, and a perfect lady. Jnst the kind
of a mother to produce such agenius as Will
Carleton. I stooped over night with the old
people once while there.
"Will Carleton wasrestless and ambitions
at this time. His heart and brain was on
the rack for position, or some chance where
he might have unfettered freedom to grow
and realize all the intense yearnincs ot his
heart. He was dissatisfied with his posi
tion on the Standard, and while I was ex
amining his head he asked mv advice about
himself and the best course for his success
mtlie future. I answered, 'Ton are like
Syour mother in strong common sense, wit,
pathos and originality,and why not
take rural subjects, such as the va
rieties and experiences of farm life;
for, from what I find of your
physical and mental make up, you are un
deniably qualified to succeed in that
channel ana make a sensation in the world.'
His eyes and countenance lit up as he said,
'I never thought of that idea. I believe I
will try it, for I like and am interested in
HIS FIBST POEM.
"I left Hillsdale soon after this and was
gone several weeks. When I returned I
met him again and we went together one
evening up to the college to the 'Alumni'
evening exercises, where I saw that he was a
general favorite. During the progress
of the exercises he 'was repeatedly
called upon to take a part and finally made
a short speech. It was witty, eloquent, pa
thetic, alternating from tbe comical to the
serious, and so original that I was strongly
impressed with him. It was at this time
that I was at his room, when he said, 1
have struck out in a new channel. I have
taken yonr advice. I have written out an
incident; please read it, criticise it, and tell
me what you think of it.' It was 'Betsy
and I Are Out,' which his poetic brain had
Just manufactured into shape. If I
remember right he had two or three
verses of it written in pencil, but
asked me to write as he dictated which I
did. Then he asked me to criticise it. My
criticism was more praise of its merits thin
anything else. He was not above the desire
to have the productions of his brain criti
cised, but was quite diffident and modest
about their merits, and yet had a firm belief
in himself and his future. Such was my
first and longest intimacy with him, which
was a good many years ago; and,if my mem
ory hasn't proven treacherous to me, you
have my pleasant remembrances of him as
the long years intervening has left it to me.
JL SXBlKtNG APPEABAXCE.
"His personal appearance, while young,
was striking and attractive a little above
the medium height, slender in build but
sinewy and graceful; head large, forehead
high, and very broad in the region of
ideality, constructiveness, imitation and
xnirthlnlness; forehead slightly receding,
with the perceptives as a group leading;
large, thoughttul, expressive eyes, cose in
clined to Roman; large mouth and mobile.
Put vour hand over the lower part of his
mouth and chin, and yon would say what
an intellectual, beautiful head; take Vour
hand away and you change your opinion a
little for he hasn't a beautiful mouth and
chin, but a grand head and face meets you
end von long to know more of them.
"When I saw him in Warren, Pa., three
years ago, his physical appearance had
changed a good deal. He had grown stout
sad fleshy like his mother, and looked
more manly in personal appearance, and
his dark line hair was sprinkled with gray.
Of late years I have had no intimacy or
association with him, and if I have mis
stated anything to you concerning him it
was not on purpose, but through the failure
of ' once tenacious memory."
r " " GILKESON FOR JUDGE,
t The Backs County Politician May Eventually
. be Sent to Florida.
Washington, May 4. Florida appli
cants for the Florida District Judge
ship seem to have settled down to
the belief that tbe President will,
as the Attorney General has suggested,
appoint an outsider to the office.
. They seem to think that B. Prank Gilke
t1 son, of Pennsylvania, whem Qnay tried to
make Solicitor of Internal Eevenne, will be
a, the man selected. This would please Quay
ST and Hamilton Disston, too. Disston's can
$T, didate, Gunby, was thought by the Attor
ney eeneral to oe too young.
uMookisk awnings, elegant, brilliant, fast
; colors, at Maaaax & Sea's, 637 and 639
UNLUCKY THIRTEEN. '
Three Member of a Frnnkford Thirteen
Club Die In One Day.
Philadelphia, May 4. The popular
superstition concerning the ill luck of social
parties .of 13 members was illustrated on
Thursday in Prankford, when the fourth
anniversary of a club of this character was
marked by the sudden death of three mem
bers and the serious injury of four others.
The victims are all members of a Thirteen
Club composed exclusively of members of
Jerusalem Lodge Ko. 506, A. T. M.
The first death was that of H. Clinton
Xonker, of No. 4755 Penn street,Frankford,
who dropped dead with heart disease on
Thursday morning while seated in a doctor's
office. His associates assembled on Thurs
day night for the-purpose of arranging for
his funeral, and while returning home in a
coach two members of the club were killed
and four others injured in the grade-crossing
accident at Bridesburg.
CONFESSES HIS CRIME,
But Throws tbe Chief Responsibility Upon
the McClellsndtown Outlaws.
rsrXCIAt. TELEGRAM TO TUX DtSFATCH.1
TJniontowit, May 4. About a year ago
Ami Myers, a farmer living just across the
line in West Virginia, was robbed of 53,000,
and his nephew, Webster Myers, was ar
rested for the crime. He now makes a con
iession that Sullivan and Iiewis, the leaders
ot the McClellandtown band, were the prin
cipals in this robbery, and that he was to
get one-third of the spoils for giving them
tbe information concerning his uncle's
hoard. He only got $20, and now tells to
get even with them. The Preston county
grand jury has found a true bill against
Sullivan and Lewis, and will take a turn at
them when Somerset and Payette counties
ore through with them.
SEAELF. KILLED BY CORSETS.
Congestion of tbe Brain Caused by Tleht
Lnelnc A Warning; to Girls.
Philadelphia, May 4. Too tightlT
laced corsets nearlv resulted in the death of
Maggie Sullivan, a yonng girl living on
Valeria street, above Sixteenth. She fainted
on Spring Garden street yesterday, and was
carried into a house in an unconscious con
dition. After her corsets had been loosened
she revived, and explained that she had
squeezed herself into 24-inch corsets upon
the advice of her dressmaker. Dr. G. M.
Bradfield said that the girl was suffering
from congestion of the brain and heart
trouble, resulting from tight lacing. After
being in a dazed condition for about half
an hour the girl recovered sufficiently to
INDIANA MINERS OUT OF WORK.
All tbe Evansrlllo Operators Close Their
3Ilncs Acnlnst the Men.
rsrzcijx Tn.ro ram to thx dispatch.!
Etajtsville, Ind., May 4. All the
coal mines in this city, some six or eight,
were closed to-day by the operators against
the miners. The miners refused to accede
to the demand to take 65 cents for digging
when they were getting 70 cents. Hence
this action on the part of the operators.
This will throw aDont 350 men out of em
ployment. The shutout is likely to last
some time, as it is the season of the year
when little coal is in demand.
CARPET TARNS TO BE ADVANCED.
Spinners and Manufacturers Sny They Have
Been Slaking no Money.
Philadelphia, May 4. The Tarn
Manufacturers' Association at its last meet
ing passed a resolution favoring an advance
of to 1 cent per pound on the different
grades of ingrain filling yarn. The reason
given for this action is that the recent pre
vailing prices of yarns have been fonnd un
remunerative to spinners and have tended
to depress the values of manufactured
1,0 st nn Eye In a Peculiar Way.
rSFECLU. TELEGRAM TO TBS DISFATCH.l
"Waesa-w, 2J.Y., May 4. Charles Viver,
of Buffalo, an elderly man, had his right
eye snapped out this morning by a coil of
brass escaping from a vise and one end hit
ting the ball of that orb. He was an organ
repairer, and came to Buffalo .in December
from Hartford, Conn., where he had been in
the employ of Johnson & Sons.
Cat Into Fifty Pieces.
rSFXCMI. TELEGRAM TO THX DISPATCH.1
Wheeletg, May 4. Iiucien Beall, one
of the best known young men in the city,
fell from a train on the Pittsburg, Wheeling
and Kentucky Bailroad, at the foot of
Eighth street, at 7 o'clock this evening,
and was cut in 50 pieces. He was a son of
Grafton Beall, and aged 27 years.
A Place Conch Held TJp nnd Robbed.
Ettseka Spbings, Abe., May 4. The
Harrison and Eureka Springs stage coach
was held up by highwaymen this morning
in broad daylight a short distance west of
Green Forest, Carroll county, and robbed.
The mail sack, containing the registered
packages, was cut open and the- contents
An International Joke.
From the Jiew York Telegram. 1
The proposal, seriously made, to knit the two
great Anglo-Saxon nations together by marry
ing some American girl to Prince Albert
Victor, eldest son of tbe Prince of Wales, is
comical enough to keep both countries in good
humor for a year. It might relieve the British
exchequer somewhat if Prince Collar-and-Cuffs
should marry the daughter of an American
millionaire. That any American girl could be
found so representative of the country that the
people would greatly care whether she marries
this scion of British royalty is absurd. The
knitting would soon ravel out. Sir Edward
Sullivan, who proposed it, must be a mad wag.
LECHXER 6i SCHOEKBEBGER'S
Orcans, S25j Bargain List Pianos, 840.
1 Lighted Newton piano $ 40 00
1 J. &C. Pischer piano 60 00
1 Chickering piano................. 50 00
1 Chickering piano.... 75 00
1 Haines Bros.' piano. 125 00
1 Chickering piano 125 00
1 Emerson piano 150 00
1 Miller piano I 165 00
1 Steinway piano. 175 00
1 Marschall & Mithauer piano 175 00
1 Knabe piano..................... 185 00
1 Bradbury piano 200 00
1 Geo. A. Prince organ 25 00
1 Mellor & Hoene organ 25 00
1 Storey & Clark organ 50 00
1 Mason & Hamlin organ 85 00
1 Carpenter organ 85 00
This list includes some splendid instru
ments in good condition and will last for
years. All are fully warranted. Must be
sold to made room for new goods. These
prices inclnde stool and cover. E&sv pay
ments. Please call at Lechner & Schoen
berger's, 69 Fifth avenue. tusu
-A Qnlet Little Chat.
A short distance from the postoffice cor
ner two gentlemen were seen conversing in
a quiet way in regard to the elegant manner
in which Dickson, the tailor, 65 Pifth ave
nue, corner "Wood street, second floor, reno
vates, repairs and alters gentlemen's wear
ing apparel. Don't forget Dickson. Tele
McKee, the Jeweler, Has Removed
To 420 Smithfield street, one door below
Diamond street. Give him a call: he can
save you money. A complete, new and much
larger stock than ever before diamonds,
watcnes, silverware, etc
8. Cornelias O'KeeTe, M. B
Xewu&ses, 436Peanave. , -,.,-
Jt3-DUplag attvertttementt one dollar per
tgvare for one interUon. Clauified advertise
menu on thttpage tuch at Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, etc., ten cents per line for each inter
tion, and none taken for lett than fifty eenU.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where "Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where'
advertisers already have accounts with Tux DIS
THOBIAS MCCAFFREY, t&a BnUer street.
FJJIL 6. bTUCKET, 24th street and Fenn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY AGO., Wylle ave. and Fulton St.
N. BTOKELV, Fifth Avenue Market House,
J. W. 'WALLACE, 6121 Fenn avenue.
SlCALLISTEB A SHE1BLEK, 6th av. ft Atwood It.
JACOB BPOHN, Ko. 2 Carson street.
CHAS. 8CHWABM, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAERCHEK, 9 Federal street.
H. J. McBKIDK. Federal and Ohio streets.
FEED H. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEUS ABON, Ohio and Chestnut Its.
J. T. STEVENSON, Arch and Jsckion streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and lrwlaaves.
O.W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver avef.
1'EKKYM. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny avet.
WANTED-TWO FIRST-CLASS BARBERS
at CENTRAL HOTEL DAKBEtt SHOF.
Inquire lmmedlstely. mrS-M
-TT7-.ANTKU-A YOUNG MAN WITH TASTE
VV (ordrawlnrln an architect's office. Ad
dress ARCHITECT, Dispatch office. m5-77
WANTED-A GOOD COAT AND PANTS
MAKER Immediately. Call st CHARTIER3
AVE., Chartlers, Fa., on F. ft L. E. It. li.
THTA.NTED OFFICE HOY MUST BE
VV bright, Trillin and write a good hand;
furnish reference; wages S3. A.M. C, Dispatch
WANTEH-YODNG MEN TO LEARN THE
art of ventriloquism, at small cost. Ad
dress VENTRILOQUIST, S3 Uesaca street. Alle
gheny city. myS-SO-SU
WANTED-AGENTS IN EVERY TOWN TO
sell Dr. O'Eeefe's clll; steady work; can
make tl2 to $13 per week. DR. O'KEEFE ft CO.,
Fifth ave. JuyMIS
TrTTANTED-FATTERN MAKER-ONE WHO
VV can work In wood or brass. Write or ap
ply to BEAVER VALLEY MFG. CO., LIM.. West
Brldgewater, Fa. my5-7
WANTED EOY ABOUT 16 YEARS FOR
office work: must be quick at figures and
must write a good hand. Address, In own band
writing. G.. Dispatch office. my5 54
-rTJANTED-A FIRST-CLASS DRAUGHTS
VV MAN well np In steam engine practice.
Address FAX Dispatch office, stating age, ex
perience, salary expected and references. mj5-8
WAN TED-MAN "WHO UNDERSTANDS
cutting ont and managing a furniture
factory; will give one-half Interest in the nuslnesi
to right man. Inquire 49 WATER ST., Pittsburg.
WAiJTED-COMFETENT DRUG CLERK TO
take full charge or store: salary and Inter
cstln profits, with good chance to become owner;
give age and references. Address C. A. 8., Dis
patch office. my4-B8
'ANTED-A MAN 25 TO 40 YEARS OF AGE,
of first-class business ability, who Is will
ing to work hard lor a good salary: bondrrqulred;
give age and previous occupation. Address K,
WANTED IMMEDIATELY A GOOD
marble cntter and a first-class marble
polisher. Address, stating loweit wages will work
lor. no time for correspondence, DUNNING
MARBLE JlND GRANITE CO.. Erie. Pa.
-TTTANTED-A YOUNG MAN NOT UNDER
VV 25 to familiarise himself with our business
and work his way up: must be energetic and come
well recommended; f 12 weekly to begin. Call after
10 Monday, H. A. SCHROEDER, McCance Block.
-TTT-ANTED-S FIRST-CLASS MARBLE AND
VV granite salesmen; must have experience In
this line; one for tbe city of Pittsburg and Alle
gheny and two to travel elsewhere. Address,
stating experience. DUNNING MARBLE AND
GRANITE CO., Erie, Fa. mh2S-7S
WANTED BAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
COLLEGE, 4 Sixth street, Pittsburg. Pen
manship, bookkeeping, latest and best shorthand,
typewriting, arithmetic, etc., thoroughly taught
for as per month: instruction private for both
sexes; open -dally 9 A. M. to 9 P. 11. apl3-63-TTSSu
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED CLERK FOB
general store; salary to be 35 to S45 per
month, according to ab luy: one who speaks
French and German Dreferred, and must give
reference: apply only in writing. Address BOX
253, CrelghtonP. 0., Crelghton, Pa. my5-ns
WANTED A GOOD COACHMAN ONE
that can milk and understands gardening
to go to the country: stay all tho year round; must
come recommended: wages, 35 per month and
house rent. Address M. i,.. Dispatch office,
btate w' ether white or colored and size of family.
WANTED-SALESMEN-WE WISH A FEW
men to sell our goods by sample to the
wholesale and retail 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.
WANTED AGENTS TO HANDLE THE
new patent chemical Ink erasing pencil;
greatest novelty ever produced: erases ink in two
seconds; no abrasion of Daper: 200 to SCO per cent
profit: one agent'sales amounted to (620 In six.
days; another S32 in two hours: territory absolute
ly free: salary to good men. For terms and full
E articular address J. W. SKINNER ft CO..Ona
iska, Wis. my5-29
WANTED-EXPEEIENCED GIBLS TO AS
SORT rags. H. MARCUS. 63 Poplar alley,
-TTT-ANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
VV WORK in family of three. Inquire at 43
RACE ST., Allegheny. m?4-4
-VlTANTED-GlELS-M EXPERIENCED PA
W PER box makers at J. WRIGLEY'S, 203
Boblnion St., Allegheny. mjS-57
VV for a small household, without children;
German, or French preferred. Address P. O.
BOX 583? Pittsburg, Pa. myS-114
WANTKD-A DRESSMAKER TO WORK ON
sdrts, atLatrobe, Pa., mnst have experi
ence and be able to take charge of that part of the
work. Address P. O. BOX &3. Latrohe, Pa.
WANTED-ALL LADIES WHO HAVE FINE
furniture needing repairing, refinlshlngor
npholstermg to go direct to headquarters: tele
phone 162S. HAOGH ft .KEENAN, 33 and 34
Water street. my2-94
TTTA.NTED-LADY AGENTS-BEST LINE OF
VV ladles' and children's furnishing goods;
two new Inventions this spring: fioo monthly;
stamp for catalogue. E. H. CAMPBELL ft CO.,
484 Randolph St.. Chicago. ap9-7S-TTSu
WANTED-THREE GIRLS TO GO TO HOME
WOOD. East End; a good cook, a competent
chambermaid and an experienced nurse; a
Protestant nurse preferred; good wages to right
parties. Address, S. A., P. O. box L05S. Pitts
Stole and l'cmnle HelD.
TrTANTED AGENTS; MEN OR WOMEN, TO
W sell Missouri Steam Washer to families; ar
guments lu its favor numerous and convincing;
sales made without difficulty; profits large; sent
on two weeks' trial, to be returned at my expense
If not satisfactory: write for illustrated circular
and terms. J. 'ftURTH, 64 Beeknun, N. Y.
WANTED SITUATION A3 GABDENEB
nnderstands care or greenhouse by a single
German man. Address H. I., Dispatch office.
WANTED SmJATION AS BTENOGRA
PHEK and typewriter by a vounrladv.
thoroughly competent. Address G. W. B., Dis
WANTED SITUATION BY AN EXPE
RIENCED D. E. or 8. E. bookkeeper; can
five good references. Address BOOKKEEPER,
'. O.Box 686, Johnstown, Pa. ny5-31
-VTrANTED-SITUATION BY A YOUNG MAN
VV as clerk ormanager in general merchandise
store: 12 years experience: good references: city
or country. H. AX., Dispatch office. myS-1
Booms, Houses, Etc
TTTANTED-BY A YOUNG GENTLEMAN-A
VV nicely furnished second story front room in
Allegheny. Address T., Dispatch office. myS-69
-VTTANTED-FOR GENTLEMAN AND WIFE,
VV two second-story communicating rooms
with board. In pleasant location, either Pittsburg
or Allegheny: references exchanged. Address H,
Dispatch office my5-53
-TTT ANTED TO RENT A NICELY FCB
W NISHED house along the Pennsylvania or
B. ando. B. B.'s and within 10 miles of Union
station. Pittsburg. Address, stating terms, etc,
O. P., East Liberty P. P., Pa. myo-llt
Boarders and Xodcers.
TTTANTED BOARDERS AND ROOMERS;
VV first class table, and a few good rooms. 1S2
FOURTH AVE. Siy5-2S
WANTED-TWO GENTLEMEN FOB A
well-furnished room at 37 RACE STREET,
Allegheny; terms reasonable. my5-23
W to occupy an elegant furnished room, sec
ond story, with privilege of bath: first class board.
For terms raquire at NO. IS PARKWAY. Alle
gheny, near federal st. mye-iat
"YTTANTED BOARD AND BOOM BY A
VV young married couple; strictly first-class;
lNTED BOARD AND BOOM B
young married couple; strictly first-
lly located. B. H. K.t Dispatch office.
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY AT 45f, S AND
6 per cent free of tax. W. C. STEWART;
U4 Fourth ave. ja3)-2-sn
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON PROPERTY IN
either city: lowest rates of Interest. SPEN
CER ft GLOSSER, 419 Smithfield St. tnh23-7
-TTTANTED-MORTGAGES MONEY TO LOAN
VV in sums to suit at M, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES ft BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
TTANTED-RENTS COLLECTED PROMPT-
VV LY; property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES ft BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
-TTT ANTED-MORTG AGES-SI, OCO, 000 TO LOAN
VY on city and suburban properties at 4)4, 6and
s per cent, ana on larms in Allegheny ana naja
cent counties at 6 per cent. 1. M. PENNOCK7 ft
bON, 105 Fourth avenue,
ANTED-TO LOAN MONEY WE HAVE
over-one million dollars to loan on city and
suburban property at 4H per cent; no tax: we
will-also loan money on improved farms In Alle
gheny, Beaver, Fayette, Washington and West
moreland counties; any marketable security taken,
for loans of any amount. BLACK ft BA1RD, 95
Fourth ave Je3-a9-su
WANTED-GOOD LOCATION FOR DRUG
store; In or out of the city. Address
DRUGGIST, Dispatch office. iny3-24
WANTED-A RESPECTABLE FAMILY TO
adopt a pretty girl bab7, S months old,
bright sndattracUvo. Address BABY', Dispatch
WANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
dozen (13) or Stewart ft Co. 'a fine cabinet
photos for L at SO and 92 FEDERAL ST., .Alle
W ANTED-TO SELL AN INTEREST IN
painting and glazing business; shop, tools
and tradealltnhand; terms easy; rare chance.
BOOM 35,61 Fifth ave. my5-6
WANTED-A FEW PUPILS FOR PBIVAlE
instruction In studies preparatory for col
lege, or coaching In an) department, to address
STUDENT. Dispatch Office. y5-2S-TTSU
WANTED-LEARN THE ART OF GENTLE
MEN'S garment cutting; no trying onre
Snlred: night sessions Monday, Wednesday and
aturday, 7to9r.li., 614 Wood st. URL1NG ft
WANTED - EVERYBODY HAVING HAD
pictures taken at 69 Federal St., AUe., to
know the negatives are stilt there and xnd will be
duplicated at fl per doz. by HENDRICKS ft CO.,
68 Federal St., Allegheny. myS-M
WANTED-EVERYBODY TO GET ONE DOZ.
fine cabinet photos fori 99 cents at
AUFREOHT'S EL1TEALLERY, 515 Market St.,
Pittsburg. Pa,, for 30 davs only; elevator: come,
rain or shine; bring children, myt-lU
WANTEO-EVERYBODY TO KNOW THAT
H. Terheyden has laid In a large stock of
American watches, gold and silver, that he can
sell as low as the lowest; remember the place.
HENRY TERHEYDEN, 630 Smithfield St.
"TTTANTED-CnSTOMERS FOR CASH BAR
W OAINB-Elgln, sllverlne watches. S,t7, S3:
.Elgin gold ladles' watches, 120, 123, S25: nickel
clocks 75 cts.: 1847 Rogers' knives and forks, SI 75
per set. JOHN MITSCH, Jeweler. 130 Federal St.
FOE SALE iaiPHOVED REAL ESTATE.
R SALE-JLOOO-SECOND AVE.. ABOVE
Trv St.. briek honiiA of 5 rooms and attic: lot
isxiw: rents lorsizu per year: terms easy. n.
COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth arc my4-51
OB SALEWYLIE AVE.-NEAR ERIN bT.
a bargain brick honea A rooms, rood cel
lar, nat. and art. gas: lot 22x110; price, (3.500. J.
R. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth uc
OK SALE CARSON ST., NEAR TWENTY
FIRST. 2-storv briek house. 12 rooms, side
Eorcbcs, greenhouse, etc: lot 80x120. G. J.
LEICHNER, BeaLEstate, 2208 Carson at.
FOR SALE-4 FODR-STORY BRICKS AND
4 four-story frames; lot 48x100 fu ; cor. Ninth
and William sts., 8. 8 3 rents for S2.0o0;easy
terms; 514,000. D. BEHEN ft SON, 4112 Penn aTe.
TTHIB SALE-PRICE 813,000 IF SOLD AT ONCE,
JP 4 brick and 4 frame dwellings; big lot: corner
Ninth and Railroad sts., Southslde; rental $2,000
per year. ALLES ft BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave.;
telephone 167. my562
FOB S ALE-S5.S00 WILL BUY FOUR HOUSES,
each containing 4 rooms, gas and water.
and will rent so as to pay 10 per cent;
lot 30x100, located on Gam street. W. C. STEW
ART, 114 Fourth aye. apM-W-su
TTOR SALE-WYL1E AVE.. NEAR SOMER3
JO St., good two-story frame house of 6 rooms.
attic bath, range hot and cold water, hardwood
mantels, good dry cellar, etc; lot 24x100 to alley:
13,000: on easy terms. J. B. COOPER ft CO., 107
Fourth ave. my4-5l
FOR 8ALE LOCUST ST.-NEAR MILTEN
BERGER, an elegant pressed brick dwelling
of 9 rooms, wide hall, vestibule bath, w. c,
ranged marble mantels, Inside shutters, nat. and
art. gas, plenty or closets, good laundry with
stationary tubs and h. and c. water: good rsewer
age; lot 24x100. J. B. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth
FOR SALE-ONE OF THE GREATEST BAR
GAINS ever offered In tbe Seventh ward, on
Elm St., near Wylle ave., neat, -well-finished two
story brick house of s rooms, finished attic hall,
vestibule good cellar, both gases, etc. : also In
rear and fronting Congress st. n two-story brick
house of 7 rooms and ball, well finished through
out. For price and terms see J. K. COOPER ft
CO., 107 Fourth ave. my4-61
East End Reslaences.
FOB SALE ELEGANT BRICK HOUSE, 7
rooms, bath and all conveniences: on Ripper
St., near Penn ave. cable; lot 44x13); price SAeOO.
MELLON BROS., 6349 Station St., E. E.
FOB 8ALE-I32.600-AN ELEGANT RESI
DENCE, desirably located on a paved avenue
with good sewerage In the heart of Shadyslde;
lot 114x400 feet. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth
ave ' ap2i-i9-8u
FOR"8ALE-OK TO LET-ONE HOUSE OF 6
rooms and one of 9 rooms, with bathrooms and
all conveniences; No. 1 location and cheap; pos
session at once. Inquire at NO. 6100 BOND
STREET, E E. my4-18
FOR BALE 11,200-TERMS S500 CASH, BAL
AN CE 100 the first year and S200 a year there
after will buy a 4 room house with 2 acres of
ground on Leamington avenne W.C. STEWART,
114 Fourth ave. , ap21-19-su
T7IOR 8ALE-816.O00-SUBSTANTIAL NEW
JO and attractive brick residence of l2rooms.wlth
large lot; nothing better lor the money In the
East End: is desirably located on one of the main
avenues. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave
T710B SALE NOTICE TO PHYSICIANS
C splendid location to start practice; modern
house large lot, first-class neighborhood: East
End; Immediate possession; 111 000. HART ft
WILKINSON, Germania Building, Wood st.
FOB SALE-ON O'HABA ST.. E. E.. LOT 42
xlSO; elegant frame house of 8 rooms, bath,
etc.; slate mantels, nat. gas and all conveniences;
this is a good property and in one of the most de
sirable neighborhoods. THOS. LIGGETT. 114
Fourth ave. my5-72-MTTFSn
FOB SALE-LOVELY NORTH HILAND AVE
NUE residence, with acre of gronnd,frult,
shade trees, lawn, etc.; adjoining the beautiful
property of Chas. Lockhart, Esq. : Immediate pos
session. Apply for cards of admission to HART
ft WILKINSON, Sole Agents, 119 Wood st.
1TIOR SAT,E-3,0C0-TERMS TO SUIT PUR-
CHASER, substantial new and attractive
brick dwelling, having 4 rooms on first floor, 4
rooms and bath on second, 3 attic rooms and all
conveniences: well finished throughout; desirably
located in Oakland. W. C. STEWART. 114
Fourth ave. ap2l-l9-sn
FOR SALE-ON PENN AVE). NEAR NEG
LEY, good brick house of8 rooms, batb, nat.
gas. etc: front and back stairways, front and
back porcnes. marble and elate mantels, tile
hearths, elegant shade trees, with lot 50x145, S3. COO,
or with lot 25x145, 8,500. THOS. LIGGETT. 114
Fourth ave my5-70-Mwrssa
FOR SALE-ON FIFTH AVE., OAKLAND,
lot 34xL7 to 20-ft. alley, new brick honse re
ception hall, bath and 12 good rooms: electric
bells, nat. and artificial gas all through thebouse:
good cemented cellar, bay windows and elegant
Sorclies: good front yard; 112,000. THOS. L1G
ETT, 114 Fourth ave my5-70-Mwrssn
FOR SALE-7,50C TERMS St.000 CASH. BAL
ANCE S25 a month a new, attractive and
substantial Queen Anne brick dwelling, contain
ing 9 rooms, oath and all conveniences: Is ele
gantly finished and located in one of the most de
sirable neighborhoods In the East End. W. C.
BTEWABT, U.4 Fourth ave ap21-19-sn
FOB SALE-S10.000-TERMS TO SUIT PUB
CHASER; new Queen Anne brick residence,
having large porches, vestibule: 4 rooms on first
floor, 4 rooms and bath on second and 3 attic
rooms; well finished, nicely papered and has
fine pis fixtures; good stable on premises; large
lot; located on a paved avenue In a well-lui-
g roved and desirable neighborhood. W. O.
TEW ART. 114 Fourth ave ap21-19-Su
FOR SALE-ON PENN AVENUE, NEAR LIN
DEN, fine lot 46x179, with good brick house:
reception hall, parlor, library, dining room, kitch
en and large pantry on first floor: five good rooms,
batb, etc, on second floor; large finished attic and
cedar closet on third floor: electric bells, sneaking
tubes, slate mantels, alldlng doors between parlor
and library and reception hall and parlor; elegant
front porch, bay windows; an elegant neighbor-
3&&Z&!Fuffl85g&. mrT respect-
FOB SALE LYTLE ST.. GLENWOOD
cheap, two good irame dwellings of 4 rooms,
finished attic and cellar each; lots each 24X120;
easy terms. J. R.. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth
T7OB SALE A NUMBER OF DWELLINGS
JP located on Ridge ave, Lincoln ave. North
are., and other good streets In Allegheny. Parties
desiring topurcnasewlU And It to their Interest
to see W. C. BTEWABT, U4 Fourth ave. beroie
JTOK 8ALE-S8.000-EASY TERMS, NEW, SUB
J? STANTIALl attractive Queen Anne dwell
ing, containing 11 rooms and all convenience!:
lot 50x160 feet, located In a desirable neighborhood
In lower part or Allegheny. W. O; STEWART,
Utronrt&ayasser- ' ' al--Io.
SUNDAY, IdAT 5,
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOB 8ALE-S8.O0O-THAT ELEGANT NEW
and substantial press brick dwelling (never
occupied), containing 9 rooms, batb, statlpusry
washstands, laundry, cement cellar and all im
jroyements, located on Ackley St., head ot
Monterey st. W. C. STEWART. U.4 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE 7,000-ON FEDERAL ST.. ALLE
GHENY, will buy a flnethree-story brick house
orio rooms, hall, vestibule bath, laundry and attic
stationary washstand, hot and cold water, both
f:ases, heater In cellar, good range marble man
els, Inside shutters. Slate root, etc.: also frame
honse oM rooms on rear of lot: this property Is
well sewered and a big bargain: possession at
once. EWIN G ft BYERS, No, 107 Federal street.
FOB BALE-AT SHERIDAN STATION, F. C.
ft bt. L. B. B,, 11 acres of land, frame house
orchard, etc.: two gas mains run through the
place: this land can be divided Into lots eligibly
situated and would afford a good Investment.
LASHELL ft BANKIN, 67Fourth ave myS-14
OR SALE-WILK1NBBUBG. B MINUTES
from itfttlnn. new frame dwelling 7 rOOOlB.
finished attic reception hall, porches front and
back, water In kitchen, nat. gas. good sewerage;
fronts on 60-rt. macadamized street: good side
walks; lot 52x120; price only M.00Q, ana terms to
suit. J. r. COOPER 4 CO., 107 Fourth ave.
T7IOB SALE-t20,000-SUB3TANTIALj BRICK
-K . residence containing 12 rooms and all con
veniences: lot 192x264; this property Is desirably
located In Wilklnsburg; faces two good avenues,
and the ground alone If laid off In lots will sell for
the money; ownfr refused several years ago fA
01O cash. W. OdTEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-CRAFTON, P., a ft ST. L. B. B.,
a handsome residence containing large
rooms, reception hall, attic, bathroom, pantry,
laundry, with stationary tubs, hot and cold water,
furnace natural gas, splendid well and cisterns;
about one acre of ground, with trees, shrubbery,
etc. For further particulars address GEO.
GLASS, 83 Wster st my5-lS
FOR BALE-TWO ACRES OF LAND, WITH
fine house 7 large rooms, fruit and shade
trees, grapery, etc., sprlnghouse, wster In kitchen;
stable, chicken house, 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. R.
TOUDY. Real Estate Insurance and steamship
Agent. 1721 Carson St., Southslde. Would proba
bly take other property In exchange. ap28-130
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE-LOTS-1 HAVE A NUMBER OF
lots on Carson st. and other streets; almost
any locality; very cheap; terras easy: by O. R.
10UDY, Real Estate Insurance and Steamship
Agent, 1721 Carson St., Southslde ap28-l30
East End Lots.
FOR SALE-DALLAS, P. B4 B., 3 MINUTES
walk from station; lot 8250. MELLON BROS.,
jgfflBtatlonst,, E. E. my3-75-TnrBsn
FOR SALE-SEVERAL CHOICE LOTS DESIR
ABLY located on Fifth' ave, Bhadyilde W.
C. BTEWABT, 114 Fourth ave ap21-19-su
FOR SALE-A NUMBER OF THE CHOICEST
lots In tbe East End; will pay you to see us
before buying. W. C. STEWART. 114 Fourth
ave . apa-19-su
FOB 8 A L K-S7.600 LOT 110X175 FEET,
lecated on one of the finest avenues In the
East End; Is worth 110.000. W. O. BTEWABT, 114
Fourth avenue. ap2l-lj-su
FOR BALE-t5W-550-NICK LOTS AT HOME
WOOD, P. R. r77 on Finance st., 3 minutes'
walk from station: 50 trains a day. MELLON
BROS., 6349 Station St., E. E. my4-S6-Tussu
FOR 8 ALE LARGE LOT 120 FEET FRONT ON
Jackson St., near North Hlland avenue: cor
ner lot and well located: price only 82,000. MEL
LON BROS., 6349 Station St., E. E. my3-73-JIFsa
"CWR 8ALK-BOO-t300-CHEAP, LOTS IN BEST
A.' location, 25x175; property in this neighbor
hood advancing In price rapidly; near Negley
ave. and Penn cable cars. Nineteenth ward.
MELLON BROS.. 6349 Station St., E. E. my4-S5
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 8406 to (600. Inquire
ofD. C. NEGLEY, 6106 Penn ave, East End.
FO R S A L E A GOOD INVESTMENT-IK
acres, between Rebecca st. and Falrmount
avenue, new Penn cable and Negley avenue;
property advancing rapldlyr will sell now at
ft, 0CO. MELLON BROS., 6349 Station St., E. E.
FR SALE-A LOT WITH MORE IMPROVE
MENTS, at less cost, than Is generally oflered;
centrally located, convenient to schools, churches
and business bonses: plenty or room for large
house; this can be bon ght at veryreasonableprlce
aud easy terms. MELLON BROS., E. E, or
JOHN F. BAXTER, Agt., 612 Smithfield st,
fTIOH 8ALE-830, 000-10 ACRES OF GROUND,
X1 suitable for laying out In lots; Is perfectly
level, well elevated ana desirably located In the
heart of the East End. In a neighborhood that will
undoubtedly bestrlctlyflrst-ciassiis within 12 min
utes walk of Fifth avenue cable cars: has a front
age of2,800 feet; fine brick dwelllngof Sroomaand
a frame of6 rooms: terms 810,000 rash, balance to
suit purchaser. W. C. STEWART. 114 Fourth
, A Hazeltropd Lots.
TTIOB SALE-LOTS, LOTS, LOTS AT HAZEL
JD WOOD: choice lots. 20x130 each: fronting on
60 foot streets; location unsurpassed; terms to suit
buyers. J. R. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth ave
FOR SALE 147 ACRES SITUATE IN WEST
MORELAND county. 1M miles northeast of
Ardara station, only 18 miles from Pittsburg; has
30 acres of coal, is good wheat or stock farm; well
watered; house of 5 rooms, large bank barn: land
Is rolling, and all under cultivation: price 810,010;
this is the best farm for the money on the Penna.
R. B. W.C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
IOR SALE-200 ACRES AT AKDABA STA
TION, Pennsylvania Railroad, 18 miles from
Pittsburg (as a whole or to suit purchaser), has a
large Sana stone quarry openea. a large sana Dam
and aoout 100 acres of level land suitable for man.
nfacturing purposes; adjoins Carnegie Bros, ft
Co.. and only five miles from the new Westing
house Works at Wllmerdlng. W. C BTEWABT,
114 Fourth avenue. ap21-l9-su
FOR SALE-MAPLEWOOD PARK. WILKIN S-BURG-Lots,
40x120. J. R. COOPER ft CO.,
117 Fourth ave. ap27-78
FOR SALE-MAPLEWOOSJ PARK. WILKINS
BURG Lots, 40x120 and 40x240, on your own
terms; these are the most desirable lots on the
market, J. K. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth ave
FOR SALE AT COBAOPOLIS, P. ft L. E. B.
R., a lirge number of choice level building
lots on wide streets and alleys; fine location:
these lots are above overflow and will be sold on
reasonable terms. LASHELL ft RANKIN, 67
Fourth ave. my5-14
FOR SALE AT EMSWORTH-P., FT. W. ft C.
By., beautiful building lots, only six minutes
from station: lots each 60x120; boardwalks, excel
lent water, line view, good natural drainage: one
of the choicest locations on the Ft. Wayne road;
S rices very low and terms easy. C. B. COOPER
; CO., 107 Fourth ave. my4-51
FOR SALE-LOTS, LOTS, LOTS, LOTS
Maplewood Park, Wilklnsburg. elegant
building lots, 40x120 and 40x240; f 150 to 8400; 110 to
820 down, balance L 82 and 83 per week; these are
the most desirable lots on the market; 56 trains
each way dally; they are bound to double in value
within the next 90 days. J. R. COOPER ft CO.,
107 Fourth ave, or on the grounds every Tues
day. Thursday and Saturday from 3 to 6 r. at.
FOR SALE-AT LESS THAN COST OF THE
house US acres of superior land adjoining
Monongahela City; coal, limestone, springs,
fenced, highly Improved: 6 acres in fruit; a now,
large brick mansion of 14 rooms, marble mantels
throughout, inside shutters, bathroom, cellars,
everything complete and modern style; cost 113,
000: large irame bank barn; also fine horse and
cow stables, smokehouse sprlnghouse outbuild
ings: 1 mile from railroad station and town: only
812,000, on time; must be seen to be appreciated.
ED. WlTTISH, 410 Grant street, Pittsburg. Pa.,
FOR SALE-90,273 ACRES GOOD VA. TIM
BER and mineral lands In 3 tracts, on K. R..
rivers and good floating streams, average price
n 75 per acre. E. H. BUTERBAUGH, Homer
City, Pa, ny4-79
FOR 8 ALE BY ORDER OF ORPHANS'
Court of Beaver county will be sold at 10
o'clock Tuesday. May 7. 1SS3. at public auction,
the valuable property at Klasola station. Lake
Erie It. R., formerly owned by Thos. J. Morris,
deceased: there are 48 acres for sale divided into
four tracts of 12 acres each ; these lands are fertile
well situated and every way desirable; one min
ute's walk from railroad station: six trains each
way dally; convenient to churches, postoffice and
public schools; natural gas, abundant water sup
ply: only half a mile east of the thriving town of
Fhllllpsourg: terms of sale one-half cash on con
firmation of sale by the Conn, balance In oneyear
from that date secured by close Judgment bond,
with Interest, Train leaves Pittsburg for K1A
BOLAat8:40. city time. my5-108
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
T710R BALE-SALOON AND HOTEL FUH
JJ NISHMENT complete: 22 rooms: good lease;
can give possession Immediately. Address B. M.
WILSON, St. Charles Hotel, Bteubenvlile n.
FOR SALE-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
liquor business in city of 30,000 in Ohio: es
tablished trade best location In tbe city, cheap
rent, bar attached with all necessary fixtures;
want to sell on account of bad health. Address
D., Dispatch office. my4-9
-TTIOR BALE-THREE LICENSED nOTELS
JD One in Beaver county, on line of it. R.,
price 83,000; one in Lawrence county, on line of
It. R , large house newly papered and painted,
price 86,000: one In Ohio of 15 rooms, price 85,000;
above hotels are centrally located and doing a
good business. THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth
-1710K BALE-8LO0O WILL BUY ONE-FOUBTH
J Interest In a safe and conservative and profit
able business which will nrore a magnificent In
vestment to one who can a)low tbe profits to re
main In the business for a' few years as the con
trolling Interest wishes to Increase the facilities:
will not necessitate personal attention, but will
Firovlde an opening for one seeking It: liability
United to Investment: reason for selling need of
asa; price atked Is slightly less than actual In
TeLBint. Jiddraaa-OPPOXTUNITY. Dlanatch
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FOR SALE-GROCERY STORE A GOOD LO
CATION: good bargain to a qulckbuyer: rea
sons given for selling. Call or address W. H.
WOOD, 416 Fifth ave., Pittsburg. , myS-49
FOR BALE-DRUG STORE, ON LINE OF
railroad; population 1,200: no opposition;
terms reasonable: reasons good. Address SUL
PHONAL. P. v. Box 900, Pituburg.
FOR SALE-A LICENSED HOUSE IN CEN
TER of the city; first-class business loca
tion: rare opportunity to make big money. Ad
dress In your own name J. W. J., Dispatch office.
lOR SALE-A GBOCEBY-A RARE OPPOR
TUNITY: Will sell at tnvnlrn nr Inmn: beat
location on largest avenue in Allegheny; a great
bargain If sold Immediately: owner Is moving
wess. juua a. Ki, o., .Aiiegneny r. u.
1710B BALE A FIRST-CLASS SALOON
: doing a flrst-clast business: half block from
tbe N. C. B.B. depot: price 81,500: cause of selling
is to dissolve partnership. Address HOWARD ft
LUBY, 401 N. Calvert street, Baltimore Md.
TTOB SALE GOOD PAYING BUS1NU3 FOB
J lady that can sew for about SLOOO-. n tat little
confectionery and Ice cream business, 8200: bakery
with horse and wagon, 8400; stores or all kinds;
100 business chances. SilKPASDft CO.. 54 Firth
FOB SALE-J BRICKS. 8 ROOMS AND STORE
ROOM each, and 3 lots, 71x103 ft., Franks
town nve, E. E.;8A600. DBEHEN ft BON. 4112
Penn ave. my5-51
FOR BALE A SMALL HOTEL, FURNISHED,
with bar attached: 36 rooms; all modern im
provements: best reasons for selling: notronhle to
Jet license; five hours' nde from Pittsburg. For
urther Information address E. L. B.. Dispatch
FOB SALE-810O,0O9-THE LARGEST AND
best located piece of property suitable for
retail trade In Pittsburg: owner has been holding
for 1140,000, but will take the above price if sold
at once; particulars to principals only. W. O.
STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. ap21-19-Sn
FOB SALE-BEVERAL PIECES OF PROP
ERTY on Fourth ave.: also a number of
pieces on Penn ave., Smithfield st. and other
food streets: will take pleasure in giving full par
lculars and showing surveys to parties desiring
to purchase. W. U STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR BALE HOTEL. FURNITURE AND
lease with extenslro transient trade: 50
rooms furnished In good style; most modern brick
house lu this growing city, population 18,000, In
center of tbe great oliand gll fields: fine bar busi
ness; license furnished at once; price 86,000: bar
gain and easy terms. C. H. FOLBOM, Lima. O.
IOR BALE-!xll5 FEET. LOCATED IN THE
heart at Pituhnrr. within 3 minutes' walk
of postoffice. Is now renting for 86,500 a year, and
Improvements only cover hair the ground; this is
without doubt tbe choicest piece of property In
the city, and IT properly Improved would pay 8
per cent net cm investment: price (120,00): fnll
particulars to principals only. W. C. STEWART,
114 irourtn ave. mya-ii
FOR SALE-PLANING MILL AND LUMBER
yard: located in a lively town In Ohio, 63
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;
good established trade for 14 years; poor health
the only reason for selling. For further particu
lars inquire at aid nAsnifltfiua avi,aii6"
gheny City. my2-73
FOB SALE ONE OF THE BEST FLO UB
mills In Pennsylvania, having a capacity or
150 bbls. dally; mill has been remodeled through
out during the past year, everything new and of
the most aporoved type; natural gas for fnel,
water power if wanted, and coal near by; enough
wheat received at mill from neighboring
farmers to run, more than half capacity;
no salesmen employed, and good prices realized;
steady trade all the year round, and demand for
offal, etc.. always In excess or supply; excellent
shipping facilities and market for flour near at
hand; the onjy reason for selling is old age on the
part of one of the owners and HI health or tM
other: tbe mill has always made money, and is w
riay. and would undoubtedly prove a good thing
for a live man. Full particulars can be bad by ad
dressing WM. M. BELL, Real Estate Agent, Mc
Keeaport, Fa. n.yS-127
T7IOR SALE-MANUFACTURING SITE-ONE
X1 of the finest manufacturing sites at Buena
Vista, on the line of the B.'ftO. R. B. aud op
posite P.. McK. ft Y. B. B., 28 miles
from Pittsburg, containing about 40 acres:
has a frontage on railroad or three-quarters
ora mile and same distance on the Y'oughlogheny
river; natural gas line within a short distance
and wells being drilled in near vicinity: abun
dance or coal and coke near at hand, and shipping
facilities excellent; liberal terms will be ottered
to any manufacturing concern desiring to lo
cate at this point. For full particulars address
WM. M. BELL. Real Estate, Agent, McKeesport,
Pa. i t my5.128
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Machinery and Metals.
FOB SALEWE HAVE FOR SALE A LARGE
lot of No. 1 second-hand engines andbollcrs,
all sizes, from 2 h. p. up, taken In exchange for
new; we got them cheap and they will go cheap;
also new engines and boilers, every size and
style at rock bottom prices. HA RMK'S MACHINE
DEPOT. 97 First ave fe3-y77su
FOB SALE - A FINE UPRIGHT PIANO.
used only tour months, of first-class make:
must be sold at once; party leaving the city; great
bargain. Address M. A. T., Dispatch office.
lOR SALE A FINE UPRIGHT PIANO,
used only-four months, of first-class make:
must be sold at once; party leaving the city: great
bargain. Address M. A, T., Dispatch office.
IOR BALE-AT THE VERY LOWEST PRICE,
the best mixed paint, varnish, stains, special
chair paint, furniture polish, gold paint, bronze,
putty, glass, brushes, etc O'BRIEN'S PAINT
SHOP. 292 Fifth ave
FOR SALE BROADWAY PUBLISHERS
having list over 10,000 canvassers sacrifice
their business for 83,800 cash this week; manu
facturers cost present stock over 83,000; own other
property worth many thousands and no debts;
satisfactory reasons. MANUFACTURERS. 153
Fourth avanue New York. my 4-77
Horses. 'Vehicles. Live Stock, etc
FOR SALE-ALDERNEY COW, JDST FRESH,
gentleands good milker. MRS.J.C.BUFFUM.
22SNorth Hiland ave, E. E. my4-17
FOR SALE-HORSES JUST" ARRIVED AT
Exposition Driving Park: 50 head extra fine
driving, business and saddle horses. Inquire ror
JAS. McKEOWN. my3-41
D horse 8 years old, and atrald or nothing, a
rour-passenger barouehe in good repair, and a
good set of harness. Address P. O. BOX 724, city.
FOB SALE-2 GOOD HORSES. 6 YEARS OLD,
well broken to harness; will not scare at any
thing: will be sold cheap for want or nse. For
particulars call at E. GKOETZINGER'S, 627 to 629
Penn avenue. my5-90
FOR BALE -HALF PANEL-BACK BA
BOUCHE, glass doors, side bar buggy, two
sets single harness, one set double harness, all
food as new, and one good family horse 16 hands
lgh. bright bay, perfectly sale and good driver;
all sold for one-half Original rostas owner has no
use for same. Address HORSE, Dispatch office.
TJIORSALE-HORSES-WILL ARRIVE MAY 2,
JD at the Exposition Driving Park, 20 head ot
extra fine Kentucky horses, among them some
extraflne roadsters and saddlers of especially
fine quality, with all tbe various Kentucky saddle
5 aits and harness combined. The owner, J. C.
WYMAN, a responsible horseman, or Lexing
ton, Ky., refers to Jas. A. McNally and Porter ft
uonaiason. 01 mis city, ana invites inose in ueea
of anything in his line to Inspect stock. my2-70
PERSON AX-BOOKS WANTEIl-IF YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth 81,000, let ns know: we will buy one as
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK BTOltE.
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. my3-23
XJERSONAL FRENCH COURSE, CONVEB
X. SATION, llteratnre etc., either private or
In class, by an experienced French gentleman
lately arrived from Paris: special conversation
lessons for travelers to Paris: ladles'classes; high
est references. Address PROFESSOR, Dispatch
"PERSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE,
JL mother or daughters In repairing and clean
ing your old clothes, when It can be done for a
trifle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood St., second floor? -Charges moderate;
facilities unsurpassed: suits made to order: spring
styles now readv. telephone 1558. mh8
PERSONAL TRUTH AGAINST THE
world To the thousands of men and women
who suffer with either headache backache dys
pepsia, catarrh, rheumatism, neuralgia, scrofula,
blood poison, old rores. discbargee etc.. and
other weaknesses from whatever cause Ta-va-zon
Specific Remedies are nnequaled. They positively
Cure when all other means fall. By their use dis
eases disappear like dew before the midday sun:
Indorsed by the leading physicians of Europe and
America; are pure safe aud reliable for all dis
eases that flesh Is heir to. See sworn home testi
mony at DR. GRIFFITH'S CHEMICAL CO., 301
Grant st., cor. Third ave, Pittsburgh Pa. Cut
this out. my5-121
LOST-PUG BITCH PUP-PLEASE RETURN
toI53FLAVEL ST., East End. my5-
LOST-OR 8IOLEN-1N TWENTIETH WARD,
E. E. on Good Friday, a black- onyx brooch,
set with 18 rose diamonds. Finder will be liber
ally rewarded by leaving same at DISPATCH
OFFICE, orat632ROOPST.. E. F. mv3-13
IM P O R T AN"T-MEMBERS OP THK
Twelfth "Ward Humboldt Building and
Loan Association are requested to attend Its
flfth annual meeting Aionday. May- 6, at 8
o'clock p. K. OHAS. QOLDBECK, "Pres't, B.
BTADELMAN. Seo'y, myM
NOTICE-THE MEMBERS OF Lv TJ. NO.
211, United Brotherhood of Carpenters and
Joiners of America, are hereby requested to
meet at their hall THIS (Sunday) AFTER.
NOON, at 1 o'clock, to attend the funeral of
Brother John File Members of all other local'
anions are cordially invited.
iiy order oi President.
mO LET-COTTAGE HOUSE Off M&'ASg
JL 1NGTON, cor. Gray and Dllworth streets;
has ten rooms, large lot: Is supplied -"'"nt
gas and city water; will De divided to snlt two
fentnts. Inquire at A. GARRISON FOUNDRY
CO.'S OFFICE, 10 and 12'Wood St. ap-17
IO LET A BRICK DWELLING OF BIX
JL rooms ana nnnnea mu. iiiSwith
jraction roaa, now onuiuup, "".'"';-, ii.i
range hot and cold batb, w. c. and natural gas,
rent 22 per month: vwater free. Inquire ON
PREMISES, Wylle ave, ono square above Kirk
Patrick st, "M" .
East End Residences.
TO LET-QUEEN ANNE. FRAME 7 ROOMS,
hail ttn ttv tinndrr. etc.: Winebiddle
avenue near Liberty station; 820. D. BEHEN ft
Dun. siu-reunave. ,j--
TO LET NICE 7-ROOM BRICK HOUSE. ALL
conveniences: cheap rent: Second ward. Al
legheny: street cars handy. W. W. MCNEILL ft
nito. juo x ouna ave. uj-
T0 LET-IN ALLEGHENY-NICE 4-ROOM
house nearVerner station, wat free 10 75:
corner storeroom, with 5 living rooms, good stand,
for business, also another storeroom suitable for
meat shop or other business, near Verner station.
at low rent: 5-room house with large lot. Jack's
Bun station, 810. MAGAW ft GOFF, 145 Fourth
TO LET-MY HOUSE. THIRTEEN BOOMS,
at Laurel Station. Ft. Wayne road, all mod
ern Improvements, stable and carnage house, two
acres ground, with liver view. Inquire on prem
ises, or at 219 Lacock street, Allegheny. WM. T.
TO LET-OR FOR SALE-A 10 ROOM DWELL
ING house one ;acre ground, shade and
fruit trees, and all modern conveniences: tbe
most healthful place.ln the county; six miles np
West Penn R. R.: 3 minutes' walk from station.
For particulars inquire 8. MUSGRAVF, No. 44
Fourth street. ap28-22-MWT8n
IO LET-2 FURNISHED EOOMS-AT 31 ISA
BELLA ST., Allegheny. myai
TO LET FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH
kitchen, tableware, etc. 41 LOGAN ST. and
164 FOURTH AVE. mj5-17
TO LET-SOME FINE UNFURNISHED
and 8-room flats for housekeeping; nat. gas:
two store rooms. Inquire on premises, 44 FOURTH
TO LET-PLEASANT. AIRYROOM3 ON FED
ERAL St., Allegheny, to lodgers, bath and
both kinds or gas. Address PERMANENT, Alle
gheny Postoffice my4-73
TO LET-LARGE, DOUBLE PARLORS. UN
FURNISHED, single or en snlte: bestloca
tlon In city for physician or dentist; rent reasona
ble. At NO. 30 FEDERAL ST. my5-10
TO LET-FURNISHED BOOM ON PARK;
cold and warm water, gas. use or bath: 15
minutes' walk from Pittsburg Postoffice; street
ears. No. 261 NORTH AVE.. Alleghany. myS-78
Offices. Desk Room. tc
TO LET-DESK BOOM IN NEWLY FUR
NISHED office with electric lights, etc.:
fine location opposite Court Honse. Inquire
COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTING AGENCY. 163
Fifth avenue. mjM8
TO LET-HANDSOME OFFICE BOOMS,
single or en snlte on second and third floors:
also, centrally locatedodge rooms; fresh painted
and newly papered; directly opposite City Hall.
Inquire T. MELLON ft SONS' BANK. 512 Smith
field st. myS-4I-TTSSo
mo LET-ONE LABGE ROOM, WELL
JL lighted front and hack; second floor; office
room on first floor: rent low to good tenant. NO.
108 MARKET ST. my5-3l
pOMMERCJAL MEN TAKE N OT1CE-
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 and
mathematics; also a fluent speaker, experi
enced stenographer, and fine rapid pemr an.
H. D. BEED,
my3-ll . Care Box 6S3.
FTTHE BONDS OF THE PITTSBURG AND
WEST END PAS3ENGEB RAILWAY CO,
due this date, after which interest ceases, will
be paid on presentation at the CltjrTflaTings
Bank, of Pittsburg, Pa,
JOHN C. RETLLY, President. V"J
Pittsburg. May 1, 1SS9. m89
TJTJRNISHMENT OP A FINELY FUR
JT NISHED b ome at auction
TUESDAY MORNING, AT 10 O'CLOCK,
at tbe rooms No. 311 Market street.
Handsome plush suit of six nieces, fancy
rockers and reception chairs, fine cabinet, pier
chamber sets, fine marble tops and toilet
glass on washstand, fine folding bed, chiffonier,
leather conch, fine library chairs, table and
bookcase, clocks, rugs and decorated toilet
sets, fine ball rack, bedding, lamps, sideboard,
bullet, leather chairs, brnssels and ingrain
carpets, linolenm. laundry and kitchen goods,
china closet and dinner set.
Tbese goods are scarcely used and are now
HENRY AUCTION CO,
TDROFOSALS FOR SUPPLIES TJ. 8.
J Engineer Office, 507 West Chestnut street,
Louisville Ky.. May 2, 1883L Sealed proposals
in duplicate will be received at this office until
lP.H. (local time), on Monday, tbe 3d day ot
June, lsS9, for furnishing and delivering coal,
ice and forage required for the Louisville and
Portland Canal, and offices at Louisville, Ky.,
during the fiscal year endinc June 30, 1890. Tbe
attention of bidders is Invited to acts of Con
gress of February 28, 1885, and February 23,
18S7, volume 23, page 332, and volume 24, page
414, statutes at large Preference will be given
to articles of domestic production or manu
facture, conditions of quality and price being
equal. Tbe right is reserved to reject any and
all bids. Specifications and printed forms for
proposals will be furnished on application to
the undersigned. AMOS STIOKNEY. Major
of Engineers, U. B. A. my5-2S5.6,7.8,jel,2
LONGVIEW SCHOOL-FORMERLY HO
TEL. Longview will be open for the
reception of summer boarders by July 1, 1839.
For circulars and Information apply to
REV. JOHN G. MULHOLLAND,
NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
My wife. Margaret Gilchrist, having
left my bed and board without just cause, I,
atter this date, refuse to pay any bill contract
ed by her.
my3-22 JAS.M,, GILCHRIBT.
"WEEK OF MAY 8.
8IGN0R ANDRIAS FERNANDEZ,
Celebrated Musician, late of Imperial Brazil,
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
JONES AND EDWARDS.
T. J. HEFRON.
May 20 "Christ Before Pilate." my5-113
Perrysville Plank Road.
Cars of tbe new Electric Road run within a
mile of the house, from Allegheny Postoffice,
every 15 minutes, for termina ot tbe road.
LAST CAR FOR CITY AT 1030 P. M.
AS-Snppers to order.
P. O, WEST VIEW.Allegbeny county. Pa.
my5-118 JOE KEATING, Prop'r.
First-class opening in new botel In city of
6,000; only one other hotel in tbe city.
WALTEB J. O3B0UBNE. RICHARD HAB20W3.
BARROWS fc OSBOURNE
.SO Diamond street.
Telephone No. 8U
"PARIS-VISITORS INTENDING TO SEE
JT the Exposition should apply now to B. H.
willan, 159 Rue Lafayette who has comfort
able rooms and good board at his ''Home From
Home;" -prices modorate; good attendance;
reference. J. B. T, 186 Steuben st- West End.
F:CTJR8IONTO GERMANY-BY N. G.
Lloyd steamer Main, from Baltimore May
Tieketsfortaa round trip from herein
Blading extensive tour of Germany, first class,
140; steerage $ MAX 9CHAMBERQ i
CO, fiK SfiaHbfleM street, PHtofrw. Fa. -
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE,
Cor. Wood St. and Third Ave., iM
Offerf or sola the following desirable properttetr
East End Residences.
ta&CGO Ws hare two very elegant residences)
for sale at this flenre, situated on Negley aye.
120,000 will bur a commodious residence. witS
large lot, on Hlland avenne
$13,000 A. comfortable, home-like residence,
with large grounds, also situated oa Hiland
SM.000 Two-story Queen Ansa brick dwell
ing; of II rooms, with all modern conveniences)
honse thoroughly complete; situate oa Negley
513,000 El&ant brick residence of 11 rooms,
thoroughly complete and very convenient; lot
0x215; situate within S minutes' walk of station
at Shadyslde. This Is an exceptionally desir
87,000 Two-story and mansard brick dwelling:
situate on Penn avenue, -near Negley avenue
contains 8 rooms, bathroom, tile hearths, stone
127,080 Handsome brick mansion at Shady
slde; all necessary outbuildings; lot 150x399)
situated in best part of bbadyslde.
$8,000 each, or 111,000 for tbe two Z-story and
mansard brick dwelling, finished In superior
manner, with all modem conveniences, bath
room, laundry, etc. Property situated at Mey
ran avenne, near Louisa street, Oakland.
$5,500 Almost new brick dwelling of 8 rooms,
finish ed in good style: lot situated corner Ward,
and Wllmot streets, Oakland.
10,500 each 2 new brick houses, lots 2oxl00( '
all modern improvements, Oakland avenue
Terms to suit.
$4.500 New frame dwelling, eight rooms,
bathroom, laundry, cemented cellar, porches)
square from Liberty avenue, and five minutes' KA
walk from cable cars.
East End Lots.
$5,100 Lot 68x220 feet. Boulevard Place, H
EL, corner Thomas street and Linden avenue
$12.000 Lot 150x150, situated corner of RIppey
and St. Clair streets. Paving, grading and cost
of water and gas pipes paid by present owner.
FAIRMOTJNT PLACE We offer for-sala
eighteen lots in this plan, none with less front
age than forty feet, at prices that must sell
them to parties wanting to build good homes.
Handsomest location in the East End.
LOTS on Winebiddle avenue. Frlendshlo
Grove and Park, Conrad street, and other avek
nnes on which the Gross properties front, have
been placed in our hands for sale Parties
wanting strictly choice locations for homes
cannot do better than look at oar plans of these
H650 Two-story brick, slate-roof dwelling
on Roberts street; contains seven rooms, bos .
and cold water, etc. (
$4,500 Two-story brick residence on Chatham
street, baying also alley entrance fromWyllo
niWr-i HV9WIJ UI1IA UKUU " '"."'"III
streotrlarge lot. side entrance: bouse contains
eight rooms and finished attic, batb room, etov
WE bate some very desiraDftrtrtaTTIeM prop
erties for sale on Fourth and Penn avenues.
$8,500 Two-story brick dwelling on Jackson
street. Second ward. Allegheny, containing
eight rooms; everything in excellent order?
bouse cost more than this; terms to suit pur
chaser. $15,000 Allegheny Park property. House
modern and very comfortable. Owner will
trade for desirable country residence close to
$5,500 3-story brick dwelling. No. 75 Perry
abruct, cuuwuiuiK otuuuia, iauuuvui, bvjacutj'a ,
sbuat, aula cuutuite, crc.
$10,000 2-story brick dwelling on Buena
Vista street; everything modern; situated near
$7,600 Two-story and mansard brick dwelling
on Sampson street; contains 9 rooms, laundry,
$6.500 Three-story brick dwelling of nins
rooms, inside shutters, marble and slate man
tels, both kinds of gas, bathroom, etc;hasbeen
offered and refused $600 a year to rent; situated
on River avenue
$5,000 2-story frame dwelling on Jacksoa
street, Allegheny. House built In a superior
manner and has large lot 21x170 feet, running
through to Davis alley. Is oflered at this pricey
to close estate
$9.000 Monterey street property Front
building brick, containing 9 rooms, and has
slate roof, bathroom, cemented cellar, etc,
Building facing on alley. Is a two-story brick of
4 rooms in good condition.
Allegheny Business Prop
erties. We offer for sale the very desirable business
property, situated at southwest corner of Ohio
and Sandusky streets, having a frontage of 223$
feet on Ohio street and 90 feet on Sandusky
street. Price and all particulars on applica
tion. The attention of capitalists is directed to the
property we offer lor sale bounded by South
avenue, Allegheny avenue, Rebecca street and
Sturgeon street, together with, all tbe buildlnzs
thereon, lately occupied by the A. J. Nellla
Manufacturing Company. Prices and all par
ticulirs on application.
We also have for sale several desirable busl
ness properties on Beaver avenue, Allegheny,
at present rentals are paying over T pes
MATTFACTURING PROPERTY on Ohio,
street, running back to West Penn railroad!
lot has 120 feet front on Ohio street Price and
all particulars on application.
The Henderson' mansion and grounds have
been placed in our bands for sale and ws now
offer to the public at moderate prices some of
the handsomest lots In Allegheny City. Call
for prices and other particulars.
We have some Terr handsome property tot
sale at Ingram, Craf ton, Idlewood, Oakland,
Bellevue Avalon, Hawkins, etc., etc, at prices
to suit aU.
MONEY TO LOAN on good mortgages at
43. 5 and 6 per cent, according to valaa ot
property and amount wanted on same
We also renresent In our office a line
strictly first-class, prompt-paying Fire InsarJ
nM ffnmnanles. amonz tbem the Americas at,
New Jersey, the People's ot New York, tB....
Lion oCEngland, etc, and solicit insurance 'cm M
Losses adjusted and paid through thioce .'
We also have a number of handsome bwlaV . -
city and suburban towns. ,
J THO!. W. AraBTIT, '
A. A. STRAUB.
KOBT. J. MORRIS .
Telephone, 783. BoIiclUneA3ts,
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