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HE GALLS IT A SNAKE
BeT.'&'F. Beazell, of Oakland,
Preaches on SMras' Sensation.
TREATING IT AS A SNAKE'S STING.
How He'd Hare Hade the Brooks' $m
Odious. Had He Been Judge.
A KANSAS MAN ON THE COST OP DRINK
Rev. B. F. Beazell, of the Oakland
Methodist Church, last night preached, or
rather lectured, on the late legislative issue,
by which an impeachment of Judge "White
was aimed and hinted at. His subject was
announced as "The Latest Threat of the
Great Rattlesnake." His views were very
pointedly put, to say the least, and were in
substance as follows:
The threatened impeachment of Jndge
"White is a Terr acceptable result of tbe late
license question, to tlie temperance party. The
prohibition party should be very glad of the
menacing threat, as it enhances and empowers
their just and humano movement The intro
duction of tbe liquor mens petition plainly in
dicates that tbe liquor men are unwilling to be
governed by legislation; hence the idea is ab
solutely absurd. Why not impeach a Judge
when he renders a decision on any other ques
tion for instance tbe oleomargarine cases?
This business was declared illegitimate; but
tbe manufacturers simply toot an appeal.
HOW-HE "WOULD HATE BUIED.
If I had been in Judge White's position I
would have granted promiscuously to every
man or woman who made application for
license having the money. Why f Simply to
show the egregious failure of supposed pro
tective "high license," and to awaken tho con
sciousness of the public to the utter failure of
that law, as the imposition to which the people
are subject under its influence, therefore prov
ing to them that another method is needed
that being absolute prohibition.
I compare this liquor uprising with a rattle
snake which coils itself in your path; but, until
molested, will not harm you. If you arouse it,
it darts and strikes with a venomous and fatal
effect The way to deal with the liquor traffic,
then, is to crush it as yon would the snake.
Society is wholly responsible for the exist
ence of this great evil. I do not blame the
saloonkeeper at all. The public practically
says: "Ton may go into a liquor den and get
drunk, and when you are arrested for such a
breach of law and order, the people will blame
the officers for maintaining the law." I hold
that society and the entire nation are just as
responsible for the continuance ot the saloon,
as they were in permitting slavery before the
Emancipation Proclamation andtbesubsequent
abolition of the inhuman and unjust practice."
This is why I say that the only direct course of
society is to prohibit and abolish absolutely the
manufacture and traffic ot liquor.
One thing I regard as important, is that the
people should not feel personally responsible
as to whether the traffic should exist. Not in
dividuals, but society, is responsible for such
existence. The business is
DKSIOEAlIZrSO IN EVEET BESPECT,
socially, morally and financially. Only an oc
casional man makes money in the business. He
Starts out with a big clash and hurrah, but ul
timately succumbs to ruin from the degenerate
effects of tbe occupation. With the adminis
trative ability needed in this business, they
could make a far better showing every way in
a legitimate and morally Influential mode of
As to the question of high license, I think it
is an unmixed fraud as a temperance measure;
but as a profitable revenue law it is an unquali
fied success. It establishes the Manor business
and protects it. so that it is not amenable to tbe
law, and 1 here venture to say that if some
lasting and effective plan is not brought to bear
on.the question, the Brooks law will be, by vari
ous methods, wiped out of existence in two
years, and the same state of affairs will go on
f& before its enactment.
It is marvelous bowthe prohibition sentiment
has grown throughout the country, and it is
perfectly safe to say that there is a large ma
jority of people in favor of it, but there is a
difference of opinion which makes it in many
Look at the good results, though, following
i's. wake instates where prohibition .exists:
The testimony from them is of a most encour
aging character. To argue that it is a failure,
one may as well say that education 'is of no use
to the furthering of the interests of mankind.
What we must do is to join heartily in our ef
forts in suppressing this great evil, and bring
about the desired results by supporting the
Mr. Beazell said that it was sheer folly for
Mr. Shiras to say that he was not working for
the liquor men. It was too apparent for denial.
A Kansas Teetotaler Piles Gold and Figures
MtT-IIish Against Saloons.
The Constitutional amendment meeting at
Hoorhead Hall yesterday afternoon was ad
dressed by J. Howard Moore, of Topeka,
Kan., who took np the liqnor question from
a financial standpoint, and said that if the
money spent on liquor were turned into the
channels' of education, every youth in the
land could have the benefit of a collegiate
course. He said that in New York City
alone there is more money spent yearly for
liquor than there is for beef and education.
He further stated that "if all tbe money
paid out yearly by the proprietors of mills,
workshops, mines, railroads and gold mines;
from tbe Government for pensions, army,
navy and all other sources, should be stacked
up in one grand pile until it reached the
silver tinted clouds, it would not pay the
liqnor bill for the next 12 mouths."
The speaker said that Ireland pays $26,
000,000 yearly to landlords and $53000,000
Speaking of the late war, -Mr. Moore said
that "it cost this country more during that
time to sustain its 200,000 saloons than it
did for all the soldiers of the Union army,
and thev weie more productive of death
than all tbe shot and shell of the Re
bellion." There was, he believed, but one remedy
for all this, and that was unqualified pro
hibition. The result of prohibition in Kan
sas bad been that crime decreased 80 per
cent and the prisons of the State were al
most empty. There was no further use for
poorbonses, while relief societies are dis
banding. WHI BUfGERS OPPOSE IT.
The United 'Vocalists of Philadelphia Oct
The United Singers of Philadelphia have
declared against the proposed prohibition
amendment, and have issned a manifesto,
signed by Carl Knhl, President, and Ernst
Sauberlicb, Secretary, defining their posi
tion, as follows:
The United Singers of Philadelphia hereby
declare that they will vote and work against
tbe Prohibition amendment to be submitted to
tbe citizens oX Pennsylvania upon the 18th of
First Prohibition is unchristian and' im
moral, because it bids defiance to the noble
doctrine of Christian justice and patience, and
must make tbe people hypocrites, contemptcrs
and violators of law.
Second Because prohibition actually vio
lates tbe fundamental rights of civilized man
kind, In killing the inborn personal liberty of
tbe individual and making it dependent upon
tbe caprice of a political majority.
Third Because it must be looked upon as a
sarcasm upon the civilization of onr century if
men must be told what and whatnot to drink.
Fourth Because it isolating injustice to
branches of industry in which millions of
dollars are invested and thousands find labor
and wages, which it threatens to deprive.
For these reasons we request all of our fel
low citizens, and especially the singers, to join
us in working that this amendment to our Con
stitution be voted down on June 18 by an over
whelming majority, and that tbe Pennsylvania
zealots with their prohibition antics wiU be; set
back into the curiosity shop of past ages.
Cald Water In the 'Market Place.
A Constitutional amendment meeting
was held yesterday afternoon in Market
Honse square, Southside. The meeting was
conducted by Mrs. B. H. Jones. Several
speakers were present.
Pxench robes and combination dresses
kthis season's importations; prices all reduced.
AKWJrsa txUQvo n&u&E.
SDNDAI MORNING EAID.J
A Colored Woman's Poker Roam on the
Bluff Polled After a Kick.
About three o'clock yesterday morning
Captain "Onterbaum and Officers Togel and
Heilly raided a poker room on Bluff street,
back of the Holy Ghost College, kept by
Mary Fields, colored. When the police
entered tbe house the inmates blew out tbe
lights and made an effort to escape. One
man jumped from a rear window and got
away. Three others caught one of the offi
cers an(I attempted to throw him downstairs.
It was not until Captain TJnterbaum or
dered his men to use their revolvers that
the men were gotten under control.
Twelve colored men and Mrs. Fields were
arrested and locked up in the Central sta
tion. At the hearing yesterday morning
the officers testified that the place had been
the source of complaint for some time. The
men gather there and play all sorts of games
for money, and keep up a noise every
The prisoners gave the names of Henry
Trim, William Fields, A. H. Thompson,
Kites Hall, Robert Bell, John Tener, Jack
Spencer, Samuel Williams, John Snowden,
John Dailev, Henrv Thornton and John
White. The first seven named were fined
?3each and costs; Thornton was discharged;
and the others were sent to jail ior 10 days.
Mrs. Fields paid $10 and costs.
SHE EMBRACED THE FAITH.
How Mrs. Turner, of Mansfield Tnlley, Be
came a Good Catholic.
On her death bed in Mansfield Valley, on
Saturday, Mrs. Turner, an aged colored
lady, was converted and joined.the Catholic
church under noticeable circumstances. Be
ing informed by her physician, Dr. Bamage,
that her time for this life was not long, she
said she could find no consolation otherwise,
and so asked her daughter to send for a
A messenger brought Rev. Father E.
Brunner to her bedside, and she at once
told him she wanted to die a good Catholic.
The reverend visitor thereupon received
her into the church, and she entered into
A Oonlacker In the Bnatlle.
James Cinque was placed in jail yester
day by a United States Deputy Marshal
for a bearing at the May term of the Dis
trict Court, on a charge of passing counter
feit money. He was arrested in Lacka
wanna county on Thursday.
The Old Zouaves Will Meet.
On next Saturday evening the One Hun
dred and Fifty-fifth Beglment Pennsylva
nia Zouave Volunteers will meet at City
Hall to complete arrangements for the dedi
cation of the monument on Little Bound
Top, on the Gettysburg battlefield.
How to Rouse Millennium.
Some think millennium is wealth.
And wait like minks to grab it;
They're wrong, millennium is health
That grows to be a habit.
Your habit is illness nervous prostration, we
will say. Change to health would be millen
nium for you as it has been for these witnesses:
Des. Stabket & Paten: T used your Com
pound Oxygen Treatment. Then my return to
health was rapia." MABT A. Ltvermobe
(The Celebrated Temperance Advocate). Mel
rose, Mass. Des. Staeket t Pales "Noth
ing has done so much good for my nerves as
vour Compound Oxygen Treatment" Mes.
Julia Paige, New Castle, Ind.
Dm. Starkey & Palen's office records' show
over 45,000 different cases in which their Com
pound Oxygen Treatment has been used by
physicians in their practice, and by invalids in
depentently. Their brochure of 200 pages will
be forwarded free of charge to anyone address
ing Dbs.Stai.key A PA1EN, No. 1529 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pa.
KLEIN'S SILVER AGE.
It is a fact that more unblushing frauds
are daily perpetrated on the general public
in the name of whiskies than any other mer
chandise in the market The confidence
bestowed on me by the public! keenly ap
preciate, and as always, heretofore, will in
the future not betray that trust It is not
an easy matter to have reputable physicians
and managers of hospitals indorse any one
particular brand of "whisky, yet they'have
done so since the merits of Klein's "Silver
Age" became known to them. For the sick
room it has no competitor. It stands alone
for its delicate and delightful flavor. It is
pure and old, free from all impurities. My
stock of other well-known Pennsylvania
rye whiskies of all ages is complete. My
prices are as reasonable as any in the State.
My wines of all foreign and domestic kinds
are well and carefully selected. No house
can show you better brandies, gins, or in
fact any other imported liquors than I can.
The price for "Silver Age" continues to
be $1 CO per full quart Old Gibson, Finch
or Guckenheimer at $1 per quart or 6
quarts for $5. A fine sherry or sweet Cali
fornia wine at 50c per quart and npward.
Send for a complete price list and catalogue,
or call at 82 Federal street, Allegheny,
where a glance at our establishment will
convince yon of the truth of my statement
arwr Max Klein.
J. G. BENNETT & CO.,
English and American Hats, Corner Wood
Street and Fifth Avenue.
Yes, I have concluded hereafter to buy
my bats at Bennett's. I find their styles
correct, their goods as represented and their
assortment of imported and American bats
the largest They are agents for:
Youman, Fifth avenue, New York.
Dunlap & Co., Fifth avenue. New York.
"Stetson & Co., Fifth avenue, New York.
Heath & Co., -London.
Christy & Co., London.
Lincoln, Bennett & Co., London.
Harman & Co., London.
Removal of H. Holizmnn & Sons.
We hereby wish to inform our many
friends and tbe public in general of having
removed to 111 Market st; are now fully
prepared in connection with our manufact
nringdepartmentfor the furnishingof Turk
ish spring beds, hair mattresses, recovering
of furniture and decorative upholstery in
general. We are also offering the better
line of portieres and upholstery goods left
over from our auction sale at greatly re
duced prices. H. Holtzman & Sons,
111 Market st
TAYLOR & DEAN,
303 and 0"" Market St.
Call on them for wire window and door
screens, which areapreventative against flies
and dust also for iron fencing of every de
Don't forget tbe BO-cent surah counter.
Don't forget the 65-cent dress Indias;
worth $1 25.
Don't forget the 30-cent all-wool challis
Don't forget the hundreds of other dress
here, and come and bny.
WASH GOODS. The largest assortment of
wash fabrics we have ever shown; Anderson
and American zephyrs, French and Ameri
can sateens, Ktoils du Nbrd, percales, etc.
jiwrsn Hughs & Hacke.
Walk and be Happy.
In purchasing furniture, go where yon can
get the best goods for the least money, and
you can do this by walking a short distance
from our principal retail streets, to the man
ufacturing establishment of M. Seibert &
Co., cor. Lacock and Hope streets, near rail
road bridge, Allegheny. x
150 corkscrew jackets selling off at nearly
half price at Bosenbaum & Co's.
. - ' ' THE PITTSBURG-
ON MURDER BENT.
Two Ruffians, Ecallzlog a Likelihood of Ac
quittal, Almost Hill an inoffensive Young
German Their Escape.
George Strosser, a German, about 19 years
of age, was waylaid yesterday morning on
Stanton avenue, opposite Koehler's brick
yard, Eighteenth ward, it is alleged, by
John McKee and Mike Gunning. Strasser
has been in America for one year, and was
employed for the last six months as a gar
dener for Mr. Eoessler, of Stanton avenue,
near McKee's lane. His innocent ways and
small knowledge of tbe world made him the
buttjOf a regular organized gang of young
men of the vicinity where he worked, and
be was called a "greenhorn."
A little German bat he invariably wore,
excited at first the mirth and ridicule of his
young tormentors; but his indifference to
their mockery maddened them and engen
dered a very bitter hatred which culminated
yesterday in a, cowardly assanlt upon him.
About 10 o'clock in the morning Strasser
left his employer's home to go to church.
When opposite Koehler's brick yard he was
startled by the remark, "There he is; let's
go for him," and immediately McKee and
Gunning, both of whom are larger men than
Strasser, are alleged to have rushed at him
from a covering. McKee and Gunning
each drew revolvers, it is alleged, when
fairly upon Strasser. The latter, fearing his
life was in danger, drew his also, but he was
quickly grappled by the two men and his
revolver was wrenched from him. In the
struggle Strasser's revolver, which McKee
had succeeded in securing, was discharged,
and the ball struck Strasser on the hand, in
flicting a severe wound.
Strasser was then knocked down by his
assailants, struck a terrible blow on the
head with a brick and kicked and beaten by
the two men until, finding the object of
their attack was insensible, tbey left him
lying on the roadside and ran off, fearing
Some neighbors passing about half an
hour later discovered Strasser. With the
aid of water and stimulants. Strasser was
revived and assisted to his home. Dr. Gard
ner attended him. His condition is critical,
but his injuries are not necessarily fatal.
Neither of his assailants have as yet been
captured. He is positive, he says, the men
who beat him are McKee and Gunning.
The annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Pittsburg Tubular Steel WhifBetree Com
pany will be held at the office of tbe company
on WEDNESDAY, May 8, 1889, at 2 o'clock
P. M. my5-140
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Northwest Gas Improvement Company
will be held on TUESDAY. May 14, 1889, at 91
Fifth avenue. Room 703, city of Pittsburg, Pa.,
between the hours of 2 and 3 o'clock P. m., for
the purpose of electing a board of seven direc
tors to serve for one year, and to transact any
other business that may tawf nlly come before
j. u. ii-iniHJn, secretary.
PlTTSBUBG AND WESTEEN BAIIiWATCO., I
ALLEGHENY ClTT, Pa.. April 18. 1889.
rOTICE THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
XM the stockholders of this company will be
held at their general offices, corner of Ander
son st. and River ave., Allegheny City, Pa.,
MONDAY, May 6, 1SS9, between the hours of
12 M. and 1 P. m., to elect a President andBoard
of Directors to serve for the ensuing year, and
for snch other business as may be brought be
fore tbe meeting.
ap!4-18-M H. D. CAMPBELL. Secretary.
TOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS
In pursuance of the provisions contained in
the mortgage bonds of the Monongahela Navi
gation Company, issued July 1, 1882, one hun
dred bonds, numbered as follows, will become
due and payable on July 1, 1889, and interest
thereon will cease on that date, viz.:
Nos. 1, 2, ia H. 26, 31. 32. 3i, 38, 42, 44. 48. 51, 61,
62. 76. 89, 91. 101, 102, 104, 105, lit 117, 123, 126, 129,
141, 145, 147, 149, 150, 153. 157, 158, 160, 162, 167, 17L
173, 180, 181, 182. 193, 195. 196, 199. 202. 211, 213, 217,
218, 230. 243, 246, 247, 268, 269, 270, 276, 2N0, 284, 2S5,
288. 296, 804, 307. 311. 312, 314, 318, 322. 329, 339, 3M.
863, 370, 371, 379, 3S0, 381. 384. 389, 392. 897, 399, 401,
405, 408, 414, 417, 431, 435, 439, 443, 448, 453, '458, 476,
These bonds will be paid with Interest to
July 1, 1889, at any time after June L 1SS9, on
presentation and surrender thereof with'all
unmatured coupons attached, at the Trades
men's National Bank of Pittsburg, or at my of
fice, No. 110 Diamond street, Pittsburg.
W. BAKEWELL, Treasurer.
PrrrsBPno, April 29, 1889. ap2tf-4-ai
PROPOSALS FOR TOWING-U. 8. ENGI
neer Office, Cincinnati, April 25, 1889.
Sealed proposals, in duplicate, for furnishing
a towboat for service in connection with tho
Ohio river dredges daring the season of 1S89
will be received at this office until 12 M. on
Monday, the 27th day of May 1889. All infor
mation furnished on application. Tbe atten
tion of bidders is invited to the acts of Congress
approved February 26. 1E85 and February 23.
1887. WM, E. MERRILL, Lieut Col. of EngT
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-SEALED
proposals will be received at No.521 Liber
ty ave. until 4 o'clock p. M. Wednesday, May 15,
1889, for the erection of improvements to tbe
Knoivllle Public School building. Approved
bond will be required in the sum of fifteen
hundred dollars for the faithful performance
ofthe contract. The right is reserved to reject
any or all bids. Plans and specifications can be
seen at the office ef D. Knox Miller, Architect.
By order of tbe Board. Address
W. W. KNOX, Jr.. Secretary.
my5-5-D 621 Liberty ave.
"PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES-U. a
JL Engineer Office, 507 West Chestnut street
Louisville. Ky May 2, 1SS9. Sealed proposals
in duplicate will be received at this office until
1 7. if. (local time), on Monday, tbe 3d day ot
June, 1889, for furnishing and. delivering coal,
ice and forage required for tbe Louisville and
Portland Canal, and offices at Louisville, Ky.,
during the fiscal year ending June SO, 1890. The
attention of bidders is invited to acts of Con
gress of February "26, 18S5, and February 23,
1S87, 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 qnalitv and price being
equal. The right is reserved to reject any and
all bids. Specifications and printed forms for
proposals will be furnished on application to
the undersigned. AMOS STIUKNEY. Major
of Engineers, U. & A. my5-28-5.6.7.S.lel,2
TVT A V INAUGURATION OF THE
1VIV I new EXPOSITION BUILDING,
OF MAY 21. 22, 23, M, 25,
and on tho
SEASON TICKETS ZJuUcBtSl
The sale of tickets for Single Concerts will be
gin on MONDAY, May 13, at 9 a. m.
$12 50. SS and S5 for season tickets.
ss, k, ti ana we for single
tickets. Boxes seating six, $100
for tbe season.
Next week Fat Men's Club.
f RAND OPERA HOUSE
BOSTON IDEAL OPERA COMPANY.
Week May 13 Rice's "Corsair" and "Evan
ARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
Matinees Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday,
The Wonderful Dog Trlx, and Clifton's Ranch
King; Company. myo-20
Every afternoon and evening this week the
runniest ui &ji coxneaies,
OVER THE GARDEN WALL
Next week We. Us fe Co. rnyW-HTnr
BANDBOX NOW OPEN.
26 UNION ST.
'rend opening May 27.
93"XH3play adverttiemenU one dollar psr
tquare for one Insertion. Claisfjled advertise
menii on thUpagt tuck a Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, ete, ten centi per line for each inter
tlon, and none taken Jot Xai than fifty cento.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been,
established at the following plaoes,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to S P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertlsementsareto.be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts wlthTHlBlS-
THOMAS MCOAFKlUSy, 3509 Butler street
KMILG. BTUCKET, 24th street and Penn ave.
Z. G. 8TUCKEY4CO., Wylleave. and Fultonst
N. BTOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, till Penn avenue.
MCALL1STEK & SHE1BLER, 5th av. ft Alwood st
JACOB SPOIIK. No. 2 Carson street
CHAS. SCUWAKM, 1707 Carson strest
A. J. KAERCHEK, E9 Federal street
H.'J. McBRIDE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FEED H. EQGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EUGEH3&SON, Ohio and Chestnut its.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. TV. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PEKRYM.GLEIM. Bebeccaand Allegheny aves.
VTTANTED-A HOMEMADE BBEADBAKEB.
W Inquire at 73 MARION ST., Pittsburg.
-TTT-ANTED GENERAL HARNESS HAND;
YV steady work. H. BECXANUS, 1734 Csrson
st., S. H. my8-17
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN WITH TASTE
for drawing in an architect's office. Ad
dress ARCHITECT, Dispatch office. mv5-T7
-TT7ANTED COACHMAN FOR LIVERY;
VV none bu t experienced need apply. T. B.
MORELAND, 6100 Penn ave.. East End. myS-12
WANTED-A GOOD COATMAKEK-GUAB-ANTEED
steady work. Apply to CHAS.
F. STE1BS. Jr., Ho. 2ti Beaver avenue, Allegheny
"TIT ANTED AGENTS IN EVERY TOWN TO
VV sell Dr. O'Keefe's pills; steady -work; can
maker-.: to SIS per week. DR. O'KEEFE & CO.,
84 Fifth ave. myS-ia
WANTED-YOUNG MAN ABOUT 18 YEaKS
of age as real estate solicitor for Southside;
resident preferred. AXLE3 & BAILEY, 164
Fourth ave. Telephone 167. my6-10
TT7-ANTED-AN ACTIVE MAN LOCATED
VY outside large cities. Salary 100 per montn,
to represent, in his own locality, an old house;
references exacted. BOPT. MFG. HOUSE, lock
box 1610, N. Y. OC7-43-M
TTANTED A STRICTLY TEMPERATE
VV single man who understands and can do
garden work, take care of horses and cows and
milk: Rood wages to a good man. Apply at 90S
LIBERTY. ST. my5-58
to run plledrlvinf; and hoisting engines, at
Erie, Pa.: steady employment to competent men.
Inquire immediately at ROOM 2 McCance Block,
Seventh ave. and Smlthfield st. my6-15
-TTTANTED -.IMMEDIATELY -A GOOD
VY marble cutter and a first-class marble
polisher. Address; stating lowest wages trill work
for, no time for correspondence, DUNNING
MARBLE AND GRANITE CO., Erie. Pa.
WANTED-A GOOD BARBER TO BUY AN
old reliable stand with good custom and
first-class furniture; cheap for cash; good reasons
for selling. For particulars inquire at 123 PENN
SYLVANIA AVENUE, Allegheny Clt), Pa.
WANTED-3 FIRST-CLASS MARBLE AND
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, Pa. mh26-78
WANTED-A OOOD COACHMAN - ONE
that can milk and understands gardening
to go to the country: stay all tho year round; must
come recommended; wages, 135 per month and
house rent. Address ii. E., Dispatch office.
State whether white or colored and sue of family.
WANTED AGENTS TO HANDLE THE
new patent chemical Ink erasing pencil;
greatest novelty ever produced; erases Ink in two
seconds; no abrasion of paper: 200 to SCO per cent
profit: one agent's sales amounted to (820 In six
days; another 32 in two hours: territory absolute
ly free: salary to good men. Foi terms and full
particulars address J. W. SKINNER & CO..Ona
laska, Wis. myS-29
Female 'Help. -
TTTANTED-GOOD STOUT GIRL FOR GEN
YV ERAL housework. CaUatSS PRIDE ST.
WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
WORK; also nurse girl: good wages and
nice place. Apply 17 ANDERSON ST., Allegheny.
ER: one who understands her business.
Apply at GUS BRILL'S, Center, near Hlland
ave.. East End. myg-lS
for a small household, without children:
German or French preferred.
Address P. O.
cujk ato, .riusDurg, ra,
WANTED-ALL LADIES WHO HAVE FINE
furniture needing repairing, rellnlihlngor
upholstering to go direct to headquarters: tele
phone 1628. UAUOH & KEENAN, S3 and 34
water street. my2-94
Male and Ifemnle fielo.
TTTANTED-TO-DAY-AT NO. -1315 BUTLER
v V ST., a young male or female cook who is will
ing to wait on a limited number. my6-2i
WANTKD-A WAITER FOR PRIVATE FAM
ILT, 6 farm hands, vegetable gardeners, 60
cooks and chambermaids, sou house girls, 60 for
hotels and summer resorts. 2 nurse KirTs, working
housekeeper. MEEUAN'S, 545 Grant st. my6-D
WANTED SEAMSTRESS, WAIT RESS
chambermaids, cooks, 100 house girls, Ger
man and colored girls, male and female help for
hotels, waiters, drivers, farm bands, gardener.
MRS. E. THOMPSON, 603 Grant St.
WANTED-AGENTS ON SALARY; S75 PER
month and expenses paid any active man
or woman to sell our goods by sample and live at
home: salary paid promptly and expenses in ad
vance: full particulars and sample case free, we
mean Just what we say. Address STANDARD
SILVERWARE CO., Boston. Mass. felS-3-D
Tr ANTED SITUATION AS STENOGRA
VV FHER and typewriter by a young lady,
thoroughly competent. Address G. w. ii.. Dis
patch office. myS-61
Boarders and Lodgers.
-VTTANTED-TWO GENTLEMEN FOR A
VV wcll-furnlshed room at 37 RACE BTREET,
Allegheny; terms reasonable. my5-23
"rrr anted mortgages large or
YV small. ED. WrmsH. 410 Grant street,
WANTED-MORTGAGESON property in
either city: lowest rates of interest. SPEN
CER & GLOSSER, 419 Smlthfield St. mh23-7
In sums to enlt, at 4H. 6 and 6 per cent.
GRAEBING & LYON, 133 Fourth ave. ao6-l-D
TV in sums to suit at 4K, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
VT7-ANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
VV ERTY. over 14,000: 4 ner cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER&CO., 82 Fourth avenue.
-TTANTED-RENTS COLLECTED PROMPT-
Yv LY: property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 .Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
TT ANTED -SMORTGAGES IN ANY
k TV amounts: 4 to 6 per cent: city and country:
no aelay. SAA1UEL W. BLACK & CO.. 99
Fourth avenue. ja20-S3-MThS
WANTED-MORTGAGES IN LARGE OR
small amounts, at 44-to 6 per cent, accord
ing to the size and kind or mortgage. W.A.
HERHON & SONS,-No. 80 Fourth ave.
WANTED-MORTGAGES-WE ARE PRE
PARED to make loans pr 0 toSioaococra
mortjraires on city or country property. JAS. W.
DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
sums or 500 to 0. COO and upward, on Pitts
burg, Allegheny or suburban improved real
estate at lowest rates. ALEXANDER & LEE,- 313
Wood st. myl-lMiws
-T7-ANTED-TO LOAN SSOCOOO. IN AMOUNTS
VV of $3,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, en-4 percent, free or tax: also smaller
amounts at Sand 6 per cent. BLACK & BA1RD,
83 Fourth avenue. . ic21-d28-D
efcnanT and a
cent counties at 6 per cent.
1. M.PKNNOCK 4
duk, iia jrourcu arenue.
ANTED-TO LOAN f200,000 ON MORT
GAGES: tlOO and unward at B tier cent:
500,000 at i per cent on residences or business
property: also In adjoining counties. S. H.
FRENCH, 1S5 Fourth avenue. oc31-e84-I
WANTED -TO MAKE LOANS-WE HAVE
from 110.000 to sioo,ooo to loan on mortgages
on property in the city or county or adjoining
counties; all the details attended to in person and
without publicity. JAS. W. DRAPE CO., 12
Fourth arenue, Pittsburg. my4-ao-MWTB
-tTTANTED-SEE AD. AUCTION SALE OF
YV East End lots. W. A. HEBRON A SONS.
SO Fourth ave. .. apao-36-myl.S,6,U- I
WANTED-LEAKN THE ART OF GENTLE
MEN'S garment cutting: no trying onre
autred: ntrht sessions Monday. Wednesday and
Saturday, fto 9 P. jr., 814 Wood St. URL1NG
TTJANTED-EVERYBOD Y TO GET ONE DOZ.
VV fine cabinet photos for 99 cents at
AUFRECHT'S ELITE GALLERY, Stt Market it.,
Pittsburg, Pa., for 30 days only; elevator:, come,
u or some; Dnng cniiuren. uie-xi
"Tn-ANTED-EVEBYBODY TO KNOW THAT
, VV H. Terheyden has laid in a large itock of
. American watches, gold and silver, 'that he can
fell as low as the lowest; remember the place.
.HENRY TERHEYDEN, 530 Smlthfield st
WANTED CUSTOMERS FOR CASH BAR
. . GAINS-Elgio, sllverlnewatcbes. SS,t7, (9;
Elgin gold ladles' watches, t20, pi $25; nickel
clocks 75cts.:18J7 Rogers' knives and forks, II 1 9
per set. JOHN MTTSCH, Jeweler, 130 Federal st.
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOB. SALE-FB10E 118,000 IF SOLD AT ONCE,
4 brick and 4 frame dwellings; big lot: corner
Ninth and Railroad sts., Southside; rental liOOO
per year. ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave.;
telephone 167. myS-62
TTH)R 8AL1S-NO. Iftl WATER BT.. ONLY
I? opposite the new B. & O. freight depoi
20x100 ft. with a small brick dwelling now D
a KOOd inYMt-.nont. W. A. HERHON A SON
No. 80 Fourth ave. myS-2-6,9,11.14
FOR BALE-MT. WASHINGTON-ULYSSES
. street, nice 2-story houso of 8 rooms, ball,
cellar, stable and outhouses; lot 119x114 rt.; de
sirable and cheap. Send for descriptive list. L
M. PENNOCK & SON, 105 Fourth ave.
"TTIOR SALE-NO. 7 MARION ST., BETWEEN
JD Fifth ave. and Forbes st., Sixth ward: lot
24x118 feet: brick house of 10 rooms; if sold at
once can be bought for 8,000 on very easy pay
ments. W.A. HEREON 4 SONS. No. 80 Fourth
FOR SALE-NEAR FIFTH AVENUE BANK
lot75x6S; corner property: 2brlck dwellings,
S rooms and attics each; rental S500 yearly: room
to build three more dwellings; price t5,OX); big
bargain. ALLES- i, BAILEY, 151 Fourth ave.
Telephone 167. myt77-MThS
FOR SALE-LAWBENOEVU.LE PROPERTY,
Forty-third street, double brick of 6 rooms,
attic, hall, both gases, water, etc.; each well sew
ered and all in good repair: large lot, running
back to an alley; will sell singly or as a whole very
low. Call at office. BLACK i BAIRD, 95 Fourth
avenue. . mvl-tl-D
TTIOR SALE-HOUSE AND LARGE LOT, No,
XJ 219 Thirty-eighth street, Pittsburg, above But
ler street, 7 rooms, wide hall, finished attic, dry
cellar, Dorches, gas and water, rooms all newly
papered, and everything in good order; lots, &5x
105 feet. This valuable property wlllbesoldat
public sale on Wednesday afternoon. Mays, at
lo' clock, on the premises: terms to suit. JAMES
W. DRAPE 4 CO., Agents and Auctioneers, 129
Fourth ave.. Pittsburg. myS-45
East End Eestaencea.
TjWB SALE-A NICE HOME-SIX - BOOM
V frame, nearly finish od, near Point Breezejand
Fifth avenue; prloe, 12,650: terms to suit. MEL
LON BRUS., 6349 Station St., E. E. my4-83-D
FOR BALE-ON A PAVED AVENUE IN THE
East End, new frame bouse of 7 rooms, re
ception hall, pantry, gas, etc.: corner lot; price
3,500; a bargain'. ALEXANDER & LEE. 318
wood st. my4-ll-D
POR 8ALE-IN TWENTY-FIRST WAHD.E.E.,
lot 44x90, with frame bouse of 3 rooms, good
stone foundation and cellar under whole house;
city water, etc : 8 minutes' walk from East Liber
ty station. THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave.
brick residence of 10 rooms; hall; ves
tibule; replete with modern conveniences: large
lot with stable on the rear; send for descriptive
list. I. M. PENNOCK A SON, 105 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-A NEWS-ROOM HOUSE IN THE
East End: natural gas: marble mantels; hall;
cemented cellar; perfectly dry; porohes;! nice
level lot: pure water, etc.. etc; price only 13,000,
on monthly payments; immediate possession.
JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourthavenue. Pitts
POR8ALE-ON O'HARA ST.. E. E., LOT 42
xl30; 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 roost de
sirable neighborhoods. THOS. LIGGETT. U4
Fourth ave. my5-72-MTTFSa
FOR SALE-A PRETTY HOME IN THE EAST
End; paved street, complete sewerage; Queen
Anne frame dwelling, reception hill, range,bath,
laundry, 9 rooms; a very complete house, close to
P. K. R.; lot 50x100. and only 7,500: 11,000 cast),
balance to suit. BLACK & BAIRD, 93 Fourth
FOR SALE-ON PENN AVE.. NEAB "NEG
LEY, good brick house of 8 rooms, batb, nat.
gas. etc.; front and back stairways, front and
baok porcnes, marble and slate mantels, tile
hearths, elegant shade trees, with lot 50X14S, IS, 000,
or with lot 25X145, S3, COO. THOS. L1GGEIT, 114
Fourth ave. myS-70-jrwTSSu
FOR SALE-ON FIFTH AVE., OAKLAND,
lot 34x127 to 20-ft. alley, new brick house, re
ception hail, bath and 12 good rooms: electric
bells, nat. and artificial gas all through thehonse;
good cemented cellar, bay windows and elegant
porches: good front yard; 112,000, THOS. LIG
GETT, 114 Fourth ave, ' my5-70.rwTSSu
FOR SALE-ON HAILMAN ST., E. E.. LOT 28
xl20 to an alley: new frame house, 4 rooms on
first floor. 3 rooms and batb on second floor, and 2
good rooms In. finished attic, good cellar, front
porch wbole front of house: also small room over
hall and vestibule; also lot adjoining 24x120.
THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave.
TTIOR SALK-ON SHADY LANE. WITHIN S
J minutes' walk of the proposed electrio road,
about 8 acres, with a modern frame dwelling of 7
rooms, stable, orchard of select bearing fruit
trees, grapery, with a fine lawn; tbe owner wish
ing to remove, will sell much below the current
S rices In the neighborhood. HENRY A- WEAVER
CO., 92 Fourth ave my5-4S
TTtOR SALE-EAST END HOME CHEAP
J Near Fifth ave. cable cars and convenient to
P. B, R., a new 2-story frame dwelling of6 rooms,
bath,hot and cold water, electric bells and burglar
alarms, wired for Incandescent lights, and all
other modern Improved convenience: large lot,
good location; this Is a bargain; call for all par
ticulars. BLACK & BAIRD, 85 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-A BEAUTIFUL OAKLAND
residence on Meyran ave., near Bates, two
story and mansard brick of 9 rooms, hall, ves
tibule, tile floor, laundry, bath, V. c, stationary
wasbstands. slate mantels, French plate glass
mirrors, elegant chandeliers, natural gas, hand
somely, papered, etc., and only (6,5(0; terms
reasonable. BLACK A BAIRD. 95 Fourth avenue.
TTK)R SALE-A BEAUTIFUL- ROUP ST. RE3I
JU DKNCE containing 9 elegantly papered
rooms, 4 of which are on the first floor (parlor,
library, dining room, kitchen and hall), bath,
laundry, natural gas: all modern conveniences;
,lot 42x170 feet: this fine home is in one of the most
desirable locations In tbe East End. convenient to
P. R. R and Firth ave. cable cars, and will be
sold cheap, as owner Is leavlne the city; call at
office. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-ON PENN AVENUE, NEAR LIN
DEN, fine lot 46x179, with good brick house;
'reception hall, parlor, library, dining room, kltch--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, sliding doors between parlor
and library and reception ball and parlor; elegaut
front porch, bay windows; an elegant neighbor
hood and very fine property in every respect.
THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave.
TT7OR SALE-ONE OF THE BEST RESI
JC. DENCES on Locust st., Allegheny, lot 33x130
feet, with a new and elegant house of 9 large
rooms: all very latest conveniences; call or send
for particulars. W. A. HEBRON & SONS, No.
SO Fourth ave.- my4-92-6,8,l(W4
FOR SALE - ALLEGHENY - HANDSOME
brick residence on Fayette street, of 9 rooms,
hall, marble vestibule, laundry, stationary wash
tubs, bath, both Kinds of gas, marble and slate
mantels throughout, with modern conveniences;
lot 20x150 ft.: send for descriptive list. L M.
ENNOCK A SON, No. 105 Fourth ave.
TrjlOR SALE-NEXT SATURDAY. MAY 11. AT
JL1 3 o'clock r. M., near McKeesport Water
Works, 4 frame houses containing 4 rooms each:
SObnlldlnirlota. VV. C SOLES. H. L.CHRIHTV.
TiTOR SALE WILKINSBURG-H700-NEW
J Queen Anne frame dwelling, 7 rooms, attic,
reception hall, tile hearths, slate mantels, etc.,
slate roof, front and rear porches: lot 50x122 feet;
bargain: roust be sold ibis month. SAMUEL.
W. BLACK &.CO., 99 Fourth ave. my5-44-rrr
FOR SALE-AT BELLEVUE HANDSOSIE
modern 2-story frame bouseofs rooms, hall,
vestibule, water, both kinds of gas, marble man
tels in everr room: one and a half acres irronnd.
with fruits, etc. : very desirable: send for descrlp-
1. M. rjLanuuaaoui no. iwjouna
FOR BALE -SUBURBAN PROPERTY 26
acres, with large orchard, abundance Of
water, excellent dwelling house, spring and car
riage house and all other necessary ontbnlldlngs;
6 minutes' walk from R. R. station: would ex
change in part for cltv propertv. Terms, etc..
from JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO.r la Fourth ave.,
TLTiOR BALE-TWO ACRES OF LAND, WITH
JL7 fine house, 7 large rooms, fruit and shade
snrinf house, water in kitchen
stable, chicken bouse, etc.
se. etc. : a beantlful rjlace. slt-
uate at Howard station. P. V. A C. R. K., near
Homestead; a great barcaln If sold soon; by O.R.
TOUDY, Real Jfttate. Insurance and Steamship
Agent, 1721 Carson St., Southside. Would proba
bly take other property In exchange. apai-130
P.. Ft. W.A C.R. R., embracing between ( and 5
acres of land on which is dwelling or 11 rooms, ice
house, wash room, large, stable, carriage house
and several out buildings; land is covered with
bearing fruit trees and large shame trees; dwelling;
and stable are supplied with delicious soring
water, and heated and illuminated with gas at
reasonable expense; premises are connected with
R. B. by board walk, and are unsurpassed In
beauty and healtbfulness of location: will be sold
quite low. J. M..STONER, 22 Bakewell Building.
BY GEO. K. STEVENSON 4 CO.,
GROCERIES AND TABLE DELICACIES,
SIXTH AVENUE. jaMMnnr
FOR SALE LOTS.
. City Lots.
FOB BALEwLOTSI LOT3II LOTS!l!-lN
Byrnes' plan. Eighteenth ward. Fifty-seventh
and Butler streets; large, cheap and on easy
payments: send for descriptive list. L M. PEN
NOCK & BON, 105 Fourth ave. my4-47-KW8
FOR SALE-LOTS-1 HAVE A NUMBER OF
lots on Carson st. and other streets; Jmost
any locality; very cheap; terms easy; by O.R.
TOTIDY. Real Estate, Insurance and Steamship
Agent, 1721 Carson St., Southside. ap2S-130
FOR SALE-550-ia CASH, THE REMAINDER
150 semi-annually until paid for; lots 20x80 ft.,
fronting Hatfield St.. near Forty-seventh sM the
best lots" for the money In the market. W.A.
HEBRON & SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
East End Lois.
FOR SALE-EAST END LOTS AT AUCTION,
May 11; see ad. in other column. W. A.
HEBBON & SONS, 80 Fourth ave. . .,
FOHSALE-50 BUILDING LOTS-AUCTION
saleonBeattyandEnelld streets; see ad. In
other column, W. A. HEBRON & SONS, 80
FOB SALE-ON SHADY AVE... E. E.. LOT 29x
128 to a street, having thereongood brick house,
9 rooms and bathroom; S8.5O0. THOS. LIGGETT,
U4 Fourth ave. my5-71-MTnlhrs
FOR SALE-LARGE LOT 120 FEET FRONT ON
Jackson St., near North Hiland avenue: cor
ner lot and well located; price only $2,000. MEL
LON BB03., 6319 Station st E. E. my3-73-MT8a
FOR SALE-300-300-CHEAP, LOTS IN BEST
location, 25x175: property in this neighbor
hood adTancInc in, price rapidly: near Negley
ave. and Penn cable cars. Nineteenth ward.
MELLON BROS.. 6319 Station St., E. E. my4-85
EOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS AT DALLAS STA
TION. P. B. K.. convenient to steam and
street cars; cheap and on easy terms; situation un
surpassed; price ranging from flOS to (609. Inquire
ofD. C. NEGLEY. 6106 Penn ave., East End.-no28-y78,
FOB SALE-LOTS-WHY NOT WHEN SE
LECTING a home locate In the best; our
Orchard Plan lots fill every want as to comfort
and pleasant snrroundlng; large lots with terms
to suit. MELLON BROS., 6349 Station St., E. E.
SALEr-FINE LOTS, 40X137 FEET TO
desirable location, easy 01 access,
wide streets, good walkspopularprlces and ad
vantageous terms, in tbe Bank of Commerce addi
tion st Brushton. MELLON BROS., E. E., or
JOHN F. BAXTER, Agt., 512 Smlthfield st.
FOB SALE-LOTS IN THE BATJM GBOVE
plan; this property possesses the greatest ad
vantages and can be bought for the lowest prices.
If you consldertlocatlon and Imnrovements: send
or call for coloredplan. MELLON BROS.. E. E.,
or JOHN F. BAXTER, Agt., 512 Smlthfield St.
FOR SAL E-CLIFTON AVENUE, ALLE
GHENY, two choice lots, 25x170, at SL200
each; elevator and electric car. A. LEGGATE &
SON, 31 Federal street, Allegheny. ap7-126-x
FOB BALE-LOTS ON MAFLE AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street, Allegheny, In
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MCNAUGHER, 43 N. Dlamondst.
FOB SALE-CHOICE LOTS FOR DWELL
INGS or manufactory, 128 feet frout on
Strawberry lane, by 100 feet, near Freble ave.,
Ninth ward, Allegheny; easy terms. WM. A.
S1PE. 93 Diamond St., Pittsburg. Pa.
FOR SALE-20 FINE LEVEL BUILDIN G LOTS
In Orchard plan, Wilklnsburg, three minutes
walk from railroad station; fruit trees on every
lot:' the driest, most level and finest building lots
in the market: low taxes, good water, etc., etc. ;
will sell on long, easy payments and furnish
money to parties who desire to build. Plans from
JAS. W. DBAPE & CO., 129 Fourth ave.. Pitts
FOB SALE-AT LESS THAN COST OF THE
house, 115 acres of superior land adjoining
Monongahela City; coal, limestone, springs,
fenced, highly Improved; 6 acres in fruit; a new,
large brick mansion of 14 rooms, marble mantels
throughout, inside shutters, bathroom, cellars,
everything complete and modern style: cost 813,
000; large frame bank barn: also fine horse and
cow stables, smokehouse, spring house, outbuild
ings: l mile from railroad station and town: only
112,000, on time; must be seen to be appreciated.
ED. W1TTISH, 410 Grant street, Pittsburg. Pa.,
FOB SALE-FARM OF 132 ACRES IN THE
Pine Run gas field, 1)i miles from Apollo and
Leechburg, W. P. B. R.: underlaid with the
Leechbnrg vein of coal; in the center of a gas pro
ducing territory; producing wells on alt adjoining
farms; farmhouse, barn and other outbuildings,
orchard, etc.: must be sold within 30 days; owner
moving West; a bargain. ALEXANDER &
LEE, 313 Wood St. my4-21
FOR HALK-FOURTH AVE. 3-STORY BRICK
building; good location: lot 23x110 ft.; send
for descriptive list. L M. PENNOCK & SON,
105 Fourth ave. my4-47-HWS
T7WBSALE--2-ACRE 'AND 5-ACRE PLOTS 10
J? miles from the city, 1 mile from B. R. sta
tion in new plan of Maryvllle. Get plan from
JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg.-
FOR SALE-ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.-HOTELS,
boarding bouses, cottages, lots and bath
houses to let or for sale by I. G. ADAMS & CO.,
real estate agents. Real Estate and Law Building,
.Atlantic Cltv. N.J. ap5-9-D
FOR SALE-SALOON AND HOTEL FUR
NISHMENT complete! 22 rooms; good lease;
can give possession immediately. Address S. M.
WILSON, St. Charles Hotel, Steubenvllle, O.
FOR SALE-BOOT. SHOE AND GENT'S FUR
NISHING store in a nearby, growing manu
facturing town, doing a cash business: good rea
sons given for selling. JAS. W. DRAPE CO.,
ia rourtn avenue, sriitsourg. mys-w-nws
TTIOR SALE-A GROCERY-A BABE OPPOR
JD TUN1TY: will sell at invoice or lump; best
location or. largest avenue in Allegheny; a great
bargain if sold Immediately: owner Is moving
West. Address A. G. S., Allegheny P. O.
FOR SALE A FIRST-CLASS SALOON
doing a first-class business; half block from
theN. C. R. R. depot: price 11,600: cause of selling
is to dissolve partnership. Address HOWARD &
LUBY, 401 N. Calvert street, Baltimore, Md.
FOR SALE-GOOD PAYING BUSINESS FOR
lady that can sew for about ILOOO: neat little
confectionery and ice cream business, KOO; bakery
with horse and wagon, $400; stores of all kinds;
100 business cbances. SHEPABD A CO.. St Fifth
FOR SALE-STOCK OF DBYGOODS, GBO
CERIES, etc., In a small village on railroad;
will sell or rent store building cheap: Is doing
good business and no opposition; good reasons for
selling. For farther Information address J. M.,
BOX2U, Coylevllle, Pa. my4-6-D
FO R SALE-A .GENERAL HARDWARE,
house furnishing and builders' supply busi
ness In one of the most prosperous manufacturing
towns in Western Pennsylvania, on line of rail
road; value of entire stock about $4,000: could be
reduced to $3,000: no opposition; tbe only store
of same kind in the town; the place is booming
on a solid basis; this is an excellent opening;
ill health tbe ouly reason for selling. Fuller par
ticulars from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. my4-38-n
FORSALE-.SOUTHWEST CORNER OF WYLIE
ave. and High St., lot 25x69 ft., with buildings
bridging In a fair income. W. A. HERRON A
SONS. 80 Fourth ave. my5-65-6,8,ll,14,18
FOR SALE-BLACKSMITH SHOP-ONE OF
the best stands for business In either city is
offered by us for sale;. the property cn be had at
a bargain if sold soon. Full particulars from
JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO., 129 Vsurth avenue,
FOR SALE ALLEGHENY SCHENLEY
leasehold: on the best part of Ohio street. 3
story brick store and dwelling, and a 6-room
frame house In the rear, fronting on alley. Send
for descriptive list. L M. PENNOCK & SON. 105
Fourth ave. my4-47-MWS
FOE SALE-THE VALUABLE PROPERTIES,
Nos. 4508 and 4503 Penn avenue, Pittsburg,
to be sold at Trustees' Public Sale, on Thursday
afternoon, May 9. at 3 o'clock, on the premises.
Particulars and circular from JAS. W. DRAPE 4
CO.. 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. my4-38-D
FOR SALE-$3,600-ONLY tLOCO CASH, BAL
ANCE on long time and easy payments; lot
24x120 ft., cor. Penn ave and Twenty-seventh St.,
with large 3-story building now renting to good
advantage. Full Information from W, A. HER
RON & SONS. No. 80 Fourth ave. my5-2-6;9,U.14
EOR 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
OhiocanaLsurrouuded by a rich farming section;
building new and machinery in first-class order;
good established trade for 14 years; poor health
tbe only reason for selling. For further particu
lars Inquire at 116 WASHINGTON AVE.. Alle
gheny City. mj-2-73
FORSALE ONE OF THE BEST FLOUR
mills In Pennsylranla, having a capacity of
150 bbls. dally; mill has been remodeled through
out dnrlng the past year, everything new and of
the most approved type; natural gas for fuel,
water power if wanted, and coal nearby: enough
wheat received at mill from neighboring
farmers to run more than half capacity;
no salesmen employed, and good prices realized:
steadytradcalltne year rpqnd, and demand for
offal, etc., always in excess of sttoply; excellent
shipping facilities and market for flour near at
hand ; tho only reason for selling is old aire on the
part of one of tbe owners and ill health of the
other: the mill has always made money, and is to
day, andwould undoubtedly prore a" ftood thing
for a lire man. Full particulars can be had by ad
dressing WM. M. BELL, Real Estate Agent. Mc
Keesport, Pa. myS-127
IOR SALE-MANUFACTURING SITE-ONE
of the finest manufacturing sites at Unena.
lata, on the line of tho 13. & U. R. R. and op
posite P.. McK. A Y. R. R., 20 miles
from Pittsburg, containing anoat 40 acres;
bas a frontage on railroad ot three-quarters
of a mile and same dlstanceon the Youghlogheny
river; natural gas line within a short distance
and wells being drilled in near vicinity: abun
dance of coal and coke near at band, and shipping
facilities excellent; liberal terms will be onered
to any manufacturing concern desiring to lo
cate at this point. . For full particulars address
WM. M. HELL, Real Estate Agent, McKeesport,
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FOR SALE BUSINESS.
J? ward. -Allegheny, lot 120x230 ft. : fronting on
street and railroad; with large buildings and
machinery: will sell as a whole, or reserve ma
chinery; splendid location: send for descriptive
list. 1. M. PENNOCK A SON, 105 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Uvo Stock, -tc
TTIOE SALE-HORSE S YEARS OtD-VSRY
JO kind about the cars: suitable for saddle or
driving. Inquire at 437 PENN AVE. my6-g)
FOR SALE-ONE SHETLAND PONY. ONE
four-seated English cart and harness; for sale
cheao. Can be seen at A.JACKMAN & SON'S,
530 Pen n ave. my6-13
FORSALE-HORSES-W1LL ARRIVE MAY 2,
at the Exposition Driving Park, 20 head ot
extra fine Kentucky horses, among them some
extra fine roadsters and saddlers of especially
fine quality, with all the various Kentucky saddle
gaits and harness combined. The owner, i. V.
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 anything in his line to inspect stock. myZ-70
machinery and DIetala.
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept In stock, from
4 to 100 h. p.; all refitted; good as new, at lowest
rices; mounted portable engines, 8 to 23b. p.
WSFarkway. J. 8. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa.
FOR SALE-28x CORLISS ENGINE: ONLY
run a year; can be seen in operation; price
on application; also a new Strange Co. stave ma
chine, all complete: capacity 10,000 in 10 hours:
will sell at low figure. J. A. MCCORMICK, 150
First ave. aul-p32-MWT
FOR SALE-CONTRACTORS' MACHINERY:
one 7Kxl2-lnch double engine, double drum:
others large and small, with single or double
friction drums; wire and manlla rope, centrifugal
pumps, etc; two 26x4S-luch horizontal engines
with flywheels. THOMAS CABLIN'S SONS, cor,
Lacock and Sandusky sts.. Allegheny. laW-MWT
PERSONAL-BOOKS WANTEO-IF YOU
have one boot: worth JO cents, or a library
worth 11,000, let ns know; we will bny one as
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK STORE,
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. my3-23
PERSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE,
motber or daughters in repairing and clean
ing your old clothes, when it can be donefora
trifle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood St., second floor? Charges moderate:
facilities unsurpassed: suits made to order: spring
styles now read
TO LET-COTTAGE HOUSE ON MT. WASH
INGTON, cor. Gray and Dilworth streets:
has ten rooms, large lot: Is supplied with natural
gas and city water; will be divided to suit two
tenants. Inquire at A. GABB1SON FOUNDRY
CO.'S OFFICE, 10 and 12 Wood St.
TO LET-NICE 7-BOOM BRICK HOUSE. ALL
conveniences: cheap rent: Second ward. Al
legheny: street cars handy. W. W. MCNEILL &
BRO., 105 Fourth ave. mj3-45
TO LET-(99)-IN SEWICKLEY-THE BRICK
residence of James Adair, Broad street, one
square from station; completely furnished; Im
mediate possession. SAMUEL W.BLACK4 CO.,
99 Fourth ave. my3-27-URS
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 BOOM DWELL
ING house, one acre ground, shade and
fruit trees, and all modern conveniences; the
most healthful place In the county; six miles up
West Penn.R. B.: 3 minutes walk from station.
For particulars Inquire S. MUSGRAVE. No. 44
Fourth street. ap28-22-MWTSu
Offices. Desk Room, See.
TO LET-LARGE OFFICE ROOM ON WOOD
St., near Fourth avenue: ground floor with
heat, light, etc ALEXANDER & LEE, 313 Wood
I LET-ONE LARGE ROOM, WELL
lighted front and back: second floor: office
room on flrst floor; rent low to good tenant. NO.
108 MARKET ST. roy5-33-P
BY VT. A. HERRON A SONS.
50 BUILDING LOTS,
One-Half Square from Hlland and Stanton
ON BEATTY AND EUCLID STREETS,
On the premises, SATURDAY, Hay 11, 1889,
at 3 o'clock p. si. We will sell the plot as a
whole or in lots to suit. Their location is un
surpassed, high and well drained, sewerage
complete; near Penn avenue cabla line or 10
minutes from East Liberty station, P. R. R.
Price low. .Terms easy; made known at sale.
W. A. Herron & Sons,
80 FOURTH AVENUE.
HENRY AUCTION CO., Auctioneers.
Of Household Furniture, Horses,
Cows, Barouche, Buggy, Farm
ing Utensils, Etc., Etc.
WiU be sold by auction, by order of the Ex
ecutors of the estate of John Scott, deceased,
at his late residence, corner of Forbes street
and Shady lane.
THURSDAY, MAY 9, at 10 o'clock A. Jr..
The entire household furniture, consisting of
kitchen utensils, dining: room furniture, glass
and chinaware, chamber sets in mahogany,
oak and walnut, parlor andlibraryontilt, books,
bookcase, piano, carpets, mirrors, pictures,
table linen, bed clothing, and all articles usu
ally found in a well-f urnlshed dwelling.
Also, two horses, one pony, two cows, ba
rouche, buggy, sleigh, cart, together with the
entire stable outfit and farm implements.
This sale furnishes an opportunity seldom
offered, as the entire famishment is almost
new, and will positively be sold without re
serve. House open to purchasers at 8 o'clock on
moraine of sale. JOHN D. BAILEY,
FURNISHMENT OF A FINELY .FUR
NISHED home at auction
TUESDAY MORNING, AT 10 O'CLOCK,
at the rooms No. 311 Market street.
Handsome plush suit of six pieces, fancy
rockers and reception chairs, fine cabinet, pier
chamber sets, fine marble tops and toilet
glass on washstand. fine folding bed, chiffonier,
leather conch, line library chairs, table and
bookcase, clocks, rugs and decorated toilet
sets, fine ball rack, bedding, lamps, sideboard,
buffet, leather chairs, brussels and ingrain
carpets, linoleum, laundry and kitchen goods,
china closet and dinner set.
These goods are scarcely used and are now
HENRY AUCTION CO,
La whence Bank of Ptttsbubo. ?
PrrrSBUEO, PA., May 1, 1889.1
DIVIDEND THE BOARD OP DIRE
TORS of this bank have this day declared
a dividend of THREE PER CENT on tho
capital stock out of the profits of the last six
months, payable on demand.
mv2-2-D JOHN HOERR. Cashier.
THE OCEAN HOUSE
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J..
Now open under old management.
THE CHALFONTE. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
MOVED TO THE BEACH.
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED.
UNSURPASSED OCEAN VIEW.
Salt water baths in the house. Elevator.
aplS-Sl-D E. ROBERTS St. SONa
T1EDFORD MINERAL SPRINGS,
X BEDFORD, PKNNA.
Leading; mountain resort. Water nnequaled.
Hotel newly furnished. Toerge's Orchestra.
Opens June 8. Write for circular.
ap7-87-D L. B. DOTY, Manager.
CRESSOH SPRINGS, PENH.,
MALN LINE PENNA. RAILROAD,
On Top of ALLEGHENY MOUNTAINS.
THE MOUNTAIN HOUSE
Will open Juns 25. All trains stop it Crasson.
For circulars, etc., address
WM. R. DUNHAM, SupL,
mv6-2-D3n Cresson, Cambria Co.. Paw
CLOSING OUT SALE
Balance of stock of Galllnger & Co., consisting
of glassware, lamps and trimmings, vases,
crockery, cutlery and fancy imported goods.
Dealers wUl consult their own Interest' by call
ing at 109 Water st. Must be closed oat by.
June,l. 8. FRANK, Assignee.
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAI
tbe report of viewers on tbe dwngea
caused by tbe erasing of Natrona alley, frost
Stanton avenue to Fifty-second street; bu
been approved by Councils, which actios wUl
be final unless an appeal is filed in the Court ot
Common Pleas within ten (10) days from oatsw
E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PrrrsBUBO, April 25, 1889. ap254
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TH
1 1 reports of viewers' on the openings of
Fifty-first street,from Bntlerstreet to the Alle
gheny tivei. and Center avenue, from Alices
avenue to Hiland avenue, cave been approved,
by Councils, which action will be final unless
an appeal is filed in the Court of Commoa
Pleas within ten (101 days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PrrrsBirao, April 25, 1889. ap25-W
Officb of 1
DEPABTsnorr of Pcbtjo Safext,
Bureau of FTbe. Pittsburg. Pa.- ,
QEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RB
O CElVEDlrt the office of the City Control
ler nntll MONDAY. May 13, 1889, at 2 p. st, for
repairs of engine houses Nos. 2 and 6.
Plans and sneciflcations can Do seen at tha
office of F. C. Saner. Architect, corner Sixth,
and Liberty streets.
Bonds in double the amount of bids must ac
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.
Myl-60 Chief Department Public Safety.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the reports, of the viewers on the con
struction ot sewer on Sheridan street, from
Station to Hoe, ler street; Rodman street;
from Hiland avc-he to Sheridan street; Na
trona alley, from Fifty-fourth to Fifty-third
streets, and Hoeveler street from Hiland
avenue to Collins avenue, have been approved
by Councils, which action will be final nnlesa
an appeal ia filed in the Court of Common Pleas
within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW",
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PrrrsBUBO, April 25, 1SS9. ap2W0
CJEPARATE AND SEALED PROPOSALS
Q will be received at tbe office of tha City
Controller nntll May 13, 1SS9, at 2 p. jr., for
altering and repairing No. 7 Police Station.
Plans and specifications can be seen at tho
office of the Superintendent of the bureau of
Bonds in donble the amount of each bid will
be required; said bonds to be probated before
the Mayor or City Clerk. '
The Department of Awards reserves the right
to reject any or all bids.
J. O. BROWN.
Chief of the Department of Public Safety.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at tie office of City Controller
until the 8th day of May, A. D.. m, at 2 P. if.,
for laying water pipe on the following streets:
10,600 feet 4-lncb. Negley avenue, from Penn
avenue to Bryant street.
120 feet 4-lncb, Rose street, from Grova
street to Concord alley.
320 feet 4-lncb, Concord alley, from Reed
street to Rose street
250 feet 4-inch, Morris street, from Carolina
L700 feet 6-incb, Grazier street, from Home
wood avenue to city line.
750 feet 6-lncb, Grazier street, from Murtland
avenue to Dallas avenue.
600 feet 6-lncb, Boquet street, from Fifth ave
280 feet 6-Inch, Holmes street, from end of
pipe to Fifty-second street.
600 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
00 feet 6-inch. Farragut street, from Stanton
930 feet 6-incb. Euclid avenue, from Center
avenue to Mignonette street
1,200 feet 6-incb, Amber street, from Baura
street tuPenn avenue.
L100 feet 6-lncb, 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 HI
land avenne to Clearvlew street
550 feet 6-inch. Gross street, from Cypresa
street to Liberty avenue. '
250 feet 6-incb. Smallman street from Thirty
sixth street to Thirty-seventh street.
TOO feet 6-inch, Lilac street from end of pipe
to Ellsworth avenue.
50Ofeet 6-lncb, Lenora street, from SDetland
street to Joseph street
150 feet 6-inch, Iranhoe street from Magea
1,000 feet 6-inch, Park avenue, from Rowan
600 feet 6-incb, Thompson street, from Shet
land street to King street
1,600 feet 6-lncb, Dallas avenue, from Pens
600 feet 6-lncb, Conkljns street, from Wjlia
avenue to Webster avenue." , J
400 feet 6-incb, Millwood street, frpnEirJi&ty-
500 feet 6-lncb, Sweeney alley, from Enoch, '
street south. .
450 feet 6-incb, Breckinridge street from.
Morgan street east
515 feet 6-incb, Forrester street from Kaer
cher avenue west
215 feet 6-lncb, Kaercher avenue, from Blge
low street to Forrester street
250 feet 6-incb, Jones avenue, from Twenty
ninth street east.
300 feet 6-ineb, Finland street from HUwood
street to Brereton avenue.
300 feet 6-lncb, Brereton avenue, from Fln
land street east
500 feet 6-lnch, Ben Venue place, from M1I
vale avenue west.
1,000 feet 6-lncb. Susquehanna street from;
Homewood avenne 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 avenue.
310 feet 6-incb, Clawson street, from GrazieS
street to Susquehanna street
600 feet 6-incb. Evallne avenue, from Liberty
avenue to Harriett street
275 feet 6-incb, Edwin street from Adler
1,375 feet 8-inch, Forty-ninth street frora
Butler street to north side of A. V. R. R.
12,000 feet, more or less, SO inch on
Hiland avenne, from Reservoir to Bryan
Bryant street Irom Hiland avenua to Stt
St Clair street from Bryant street to Banns
Banm street from St Clair street to Negleyl
Negley avenue, from Banm street to Roup!
Roup street from Negley avenue to E113-'
3,000 feet, more or less. 16-Inch on Penn ave
nue, from Point Breeze to a point east of Lang
100 tons pig lead equal toPenna. refined lead.
Hauling 4,010 tons, more or less, water pipe
10O, more or less, single fire hydrants.
75, more or less, double lire hydrants.
40, more or less. 4-inch gate valves.
100, more or less. 6-inch gate valves.
10, more or less, 8-Inch gate valves.
5, more or less. 10-Inch gate valves.
10, more or less, lz-lhch 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.
U, more or less, 30-Inch gate valves.
500, mora or less, K-inch.
800. more or less, -rnch.
200, more or less, 41-inch.
100, more or less, 1-incn.
25 reels, mora or less, best American neap '
10 bales, mora or less, best white cotton waste.
600 pounds, more or less, best pureiheet gum
200 pounds, mora or less, best square, gum
200 pounds, mora or less, best 2 and 3-ply can
250, more or less, gate boxes.
100, more or less, ping boxes.
For specifications, blanks on which bids must
be made and all otber information, apply at
the office of Superintendent of Water Hnnnl-r
Each proposal must be accompanied by a
bond In double the 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.
E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
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men and women, who suffer either from ca
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ula, blood poison, loss of vigor, stomach, lungs, x
liver, kidney, bladder, weak nerves or other
delicate ailments, the great
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never fail to give Immediate relief and a per
manent cure. Call or inclose stamp for sworn
home testimony of truly marvelous cures,
when all other means' bad failed. Dr. GRIF
FITH CHEMICAL CO, 301 to307 Grant street
corner Third avenne.Pittsburg,Pa. Established
34 years. Cut this out. my6-U
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