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THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, TUESDAY, I MA
Get a Eare Old .Baking at a Meeting
'in the Centenary Church.
KID-GLOYED MEN AS MILLINERS
When They Try to PreTent Burglary With
Bibles Instead of Guns.
THE PERSONAL LIBEETI IDEA A MITH
At the Prohibition amendment meeting
held in the Centenary Church on Kirk
patrick street last night theBev. B. A.
Hill D. D.. of the Seventh Presbyterian
Church compared the prohibition move
ment to' the anti-slavery question and spoke
"Fifty years ago when "Wendell Phillips
and his few friends assembled in a small
' room in Boston and promulgated the idea
of abolishing slavery nobody ever thought
that it would come to anything. Tbey
certainly did not anticipate the success
which did accrue from their efforts. 'With
temperance it was just the same. A friend of
mine not long ago showed me an old news
paper with an article which stated that a con
gregation abont to build a church paid the
contractor who was to erect the eaifice 100, 100
bushels of wheat and 100 gallons of whisky.
What wonld we think of any church congrega
tion that did such a thing to-dayT But that is
not all. I remember the me well when the
whisky decanter was just as much an article
of the minister's table as bread and butter to
KID-GLOVED MILLINES MEN.
"There are evenacood many ministers to
day who are loth to speak to their ccngrega
tions in a strong manner abont the curse of in
temperance and the pernicious liquor traffic,
and. If they do, they handle the subject in such
a kid-gloved, millinery kind of manner, that
nobody takes any notice of it, anyhow.
Such kid-gloved millinery ministers
are yet plenty. They are all the time talking in
a soft, vague manner; they speak of the devil as
the respectable gentleman referred to in the
Bible. They forget, or else overlook, the fact
that a fiend like rum, a demon like intemper
ance, a vice like drunkenness has to be grappled
with and fought against like any other crime.
They believe in moral suasion.
"Now, I think myself that the exercising of
moral suasion is all right if it is applied at the
right moment. Supposing a man came to you
m the dead of night, though, intending to set
your house on fire, would you go ont to him
with your Bible in yonr hand and show him
from Scripture that he Is transgressing God's
commandments? I guess not You would
hunt a policeman and have the man arrested
and put in jail, and then you might give him a
little moral suasion, and I think with better ef
fect THE AXAXOOY CAERIED OUT.
"It is just the same with liquor. Let us get
the law to prohibit the manufacture and sale
of liquor entirely, put it out of the reach of
man altogether, and thereafter temperance
and total abstinence have thrown their mantle
of benefit and morality around him, you can
talk to him about the good you have conferred
upon him. And that is what we must do and
will do. We are on the side of
God, and we are fighting in His behalf and for
His cause. There is no such word as 'fail' in a
case like that. We cannot be defeated, even
if the prohibition amendment were not to be
victorious on the 18th of June, that wonld not
defeat it. The age of moral progress does not
brook any defeat, and, if we do not succeed
this time, prohibition will nevertheless reign
long before the millennium."
After Dr. Hill's address the Bev. Mr. Emer"
son asked the meeting what action should be
taken in regard to the proposed impeachment
of Jndge White by Hon. George Sutras ILL and
as the sentiment appeared to be unanimous in
sustaining His Honor's action, and the report
of its committee of three resolutions will be
found In another column, in connection with
other similar matter.
PERSONAL LIBERTY A MTTH.
:h is the Assumption of a Speaker at an
Allegheny Muss Meeting.
A Constitutional Amendment meeting
i held last night in the Fourth United
iv sbyterian Church, corner Montgomery
aviuVand Arch street, Allegheny. It
was under the anspices of the W. C T. II., and
was presided over by Mrs. Matchett Colonel
J. W. Echols was the first speaker. After out
lining the prohibition fight and referring to the
mam questions at issue, he took up the per
sonal liberty phase of the question. He held
that there Is no such thing as personal liberty,
claiming that it is a myth. He said:
"We are environed on every hand by laws.
We find ourselves unconsciously surronnded
by laws; there are the laws of nature as well as
the laws of man, and if we break them by put
ting our hands in the fire, or eating improper
food, we find, very quicKly, how we have vio
lated the law of hygiene, by the punishment
that, swift and sure, follows in its train."
He said that the people who want personal
liberty, simply want their own way, yet with it
want all the benefits arising from society, but
wish to give up none of the Individual benefits
arising from the whole. He held that if de
feated on the 18th of next June it will be by the
apathy of friends of prohibition and professed
Christians who allow themselves to remain on
the fence, and not by the liquor sellers.
The Bev. H. H. George, D. D , President of
Geneva College, followed. He likened the
liquor matter to a great beast. The question
at issue, he claimed, was to fence it in or drive
It out of the country. There was no neutral
ground: it was either high license or prohibi
tion, and the man who was not for prohibition
was for high license; or, in other words, fence
the beast in, leaving it to break ont at some
other time to go on its career of destruction.
BOOZE AKD BAD EGGS.
Such ! the Compnrlson Mndent a Northslde
A Constitutional amendment meeting was
held last night in the Union Park chapel,
corner Korth and Grant avenues, Allegheny.
The speakers were the Bev. L N. Hays, D.D.,
and Harvey Henderson, Esq. Dr. Hays dealt
with the liquor question in a practical manner.
He referred to the different questions that
have been brought up in conjunction with the
issue, and presented a fair statement of facts
Mr. Henderson followed and took up the
subject of high license. He claimed that a
man had to take the position of being for pro
hibition or for high license and the saloon.
High license, he said, was like a bad egg. "If
you tapped the big end it was bad, or if you
tapped the little end it was bad, and if you
punctured the middle you found it was bad.
The egg was bad anyhow, and no matter where
you broke it you found It bad."
He Jnst Appealed for Votes.
A large and enthusiastic meeting in favor of
the Constitutional amendment was held at
Salisbury Hall. Southside, last night, which
was addressed by Mr. Will A McConneU, who
made an eloquent appeal for votes.
TOSS OF IRON.
Freight Agents Are Working for Big Con
tracts In the Market.
The local commercial agents are hustling
for a big Denver contract The Canton
Bridge Company secured part of the order,
1,000 tons of structural iron, or about 75 cars.
The balance of the contract was distributed
among various Pittsburg firms. Some of the
Pittsburg freight agents know who have the
orders, but they are reticent.
There is an order out also for 1,000 tons of
rails for a railroad at Beno. Nev. All tho rail
mills from New Tork to Chicago are bidding,
but It has not yet been given ont.
A PURSE FOR AN EAR.
James L. SbovellH Wants $3,000 "Because
a Mare Bit His Head.
James I. Sbovelin now sues Anthony
Schaub for 53,000, because, on April 9, the
tatter's mare bit off Sbovelin's left ear while
the man was passing along the Bidewalk at
South Fifteenth and Sarah streets. Being com
pelled by the wound to be idle, Shovelinlost
his position as a puddlert helper.
"Woesis iri children worry and fret them,"
the attending symptoms simulating many
different diseases. When their presence is
indicated, use at once Dr. Jayne's Tonic
Vermifuge, and you will rid their bodies of
the worms, and clear ont their nests. Ton
will find this remedy also a good tonic for
weakness and general debility in children
or adults, restoring the appetite"and coring
.moit of the STsupVoau of dyspepsia.
A TERI TOUGH SET.
Some Noted Counterfeiters and Three
Women From the East.
Marshal Barring, of Bcranton, brought
with him day before yesterday for trial in
the United States District Court Joseph
Cinquo, who -was arrested in Pittston for
counterfeiting. The prisoner is one ol a large
gang who have recently been run down, and
whose leader is now under indictment in New
York on the same charge.
Marshal Barring also brought along Sarah
andNorah Buchanan and Kate Schenk,who
are charged with sending obscene "letters
through the mail. The letters were addressed
to Charles E. Balrd, of Bcranton, but were
delivered to his wife, and the alleged purpose
was to break up the Baird household.
One of the Buchanan girls was watched and
detected dropping a letter in a box. She was
placed under arrest and induced to confess,
implicating her sister and Kato SchenK They
will be placed on trial during this term of
Jacob S. Dunn, of Kittannlng, was nut on
trial yesterday in the United States District
Court for counterfeiting. Detective Donnella,
ot the United States Secret Service, testified
to having purchased S5 worth of counterfeit
money from Dunn, and to having received
from him a letter to a man named Mont
gomery, of Butler county, who would furnish
him with as much of the counterfeit money as
he would want. The jury is out.
The United States grand jury yesterday re
turned a true bill against Philip Hetnck for
gassing counterfeit coin dollars and for having
i his possession counterfeit dimes.
SUMMER TIME TABLES.
The B. fc O. Expect to Bon Trains From the
New Depot Next Sundny.
General Passenger Agent C. O. Scull, of
the Baltimore and Ohio, was in the city yes
terday. The new summer time table goes
into effect next Sunday, and Mr. Scull is
anxious to have the trains run from the new
depot for the first time. There is still consider
able work about the structure to be done, but
Mr. Scull thinks the trains can be started from
The Baltimore and Ohio practically refnrns to
its old time table. The night express for Balti
more and Philadelphia will leave at 920 P. ST.
instead of 1020 as now. The morning express
East will start at 8 o'clock instead of 11:30 a. m.
The express from the East due at 6.50 P. M. will
arrive at 8.50, two hours later. Some other
minor changes will be made, but these are the
Mr. Scull has long been anxious to run trains
from Pittsburg independent of other connec
tions, and he has at last accomplished his pur
pose. The through trains from Pittsburg east
and west will be made up here, and will run
through without waiting for other connections
General Passenger Agent A. J. Smith and
General Baggage Agent Freeman, of the Lake
Shore, were in the city also yesterday, confer
ring with General passenger Agent Clark, of
the Lake Erie, about changes In the time ta
ble. The Lake Shore summer schedule goes
into effect next Sunday. Mr. Clark stated the
Lake Ene schedule would be published as soon
as the Nypano had arranged their table. It
will not be long before the schedule will be
B. & 0. BRANCHES.
The Salisbury Road Makes a Good Show,
ing The Others In Debt.
The Salisbury, the Berlin and the Somer
set and Cambria roads held their annual
meetings yesterday in the B. & O. offices. Of
the three the Salisbury is the only one that
makes anything of a showing.
The earnings of the Salisbury for the'year
were $39,021 67 against 22,582 01 expenses. The
earnings of the Berlin road were $7,836 53; ex
penses, $14,451 86: the earnings ot the Somerset
and Cambria were $155,553 85; expenses, 139,-
012 1L '
The officers for the Somerset and Cambria
elected are: President, J. B. Washington; Sec
retary. A W. Black, Pittsburg; Treasurer, W.
H. Ijams. Baltimore; Directors, Robert Gar
rett, W. H. Koontx. Welty McCullogh, W. T.
Manning, J. V. Fattou and C. & Wight.
P. E.Cnapiu resigned and Mr. Pattonwas
put in his place.
The officers for the Berlin road are: Presi
dent, J. B. "Washington, Pittsburg; Directors,
Robert Garrett, Baltimore: W. H. Koontz,
Somerset; Weltv McCullogb, Greensbnrg; 8.
Phllson, S. H. Phllson. BerUn; G. B. White,
Philadelphia; Secretary. A W. Black, Pitts
burg; Treasurer, W. H. Ijams, Baltimore.
For the Salisbury road the' officers for the
year are: President J. V.Patton, Pittsburg:
Directors, Francis Burns, Baltimore; J. B.
Caven, Charles Donnelly, J. B. Jackson, W. T.
Manning, John McClure, J. M. Schoonmaker,
C. S. Wight. Pittsburg: Secretary and Treas
urer, J. B. Washington. '
OLD OFFICERS RE-ELECTED.
The Pittsburg Car Trast is Doing an Excel
The annual meeting of the Pittsburg Car
Trust was held at the lion City National
Bank yesterday morning. The principal
business was the election of a President and
Board of Directors. The election resulted as
follows: President, A. M. Byers: Directors,
Alexander Nimick, A S. M. Morgan, Alexan
der M. Black, Charles K. Reppert, James 8.
McCord and J. D. Callery; Secretary, A G.
Secretary Hatrey stated that a good business
had been done last year, and the ,comany was
well off financially.
C0TT0U TIE RATES REDUCED.
The Agents Make a Cat of SO Cents Per
Ton to Cairo and St. Louis.
The Pittsburg Committee of Freight
Agents were hit with a cyclone of gener
osity yesterday, and they reduced the rates on
cotton ties to Cairo and East St. Louis So cents
The rates to East St Louis will be 14V and
18 in less than carlots, and 18 and 20 cents to
A PASTOR SUES FOR SLANDER.
An East End Baptist Preacher Woa't Submit
to a Charge of Theft.
The Bev. W. Dnvall, pastor of the Si-
loam Baptist Church of the East End, yester
day sued Moses Dent lor 1,000 damages for
slandering him on October 25, 1888, in the hear
ing of his congregation by saying in aloud
voice. "Ton bad better bring back that $100 you
stole from the church," referring to Mr.Duvall,
and other like expressions.
The famous Pullman train that President
Harrison used to go to New York made up the
limited lat night. The cars are the finest on
road, and this is the first trip as a regular train
the cars have made.
On the Rivera.
The Sam Brown, Hawk, J. H. McConnell
and Crescent arrived from Cincinnati yesterday
with empty tows. The water had fallen to 6
feet, and is going down rapidly.
Colgate Si Co.'s Demulcent Shaving Soap
Contains Ingredients for cooling the skin and
softening the beard never before successfully
Those SIO Sails.
Ever since we began selling those men's
fine suits at $10 (worth $18) we have had a
steady rush at our stores. They are really
the biggest bargain ever offered, and it will
pav you to come and see them. The mate
rials are cheviots, cassimeres, tweeds, Ban
nockburns, blarneys and corkscrews, all
sizes to fit anyone; cut and trimmed in the
latest styles of both cutaways and sacks,
and never intended to sell for less than $18.
Come and take your choice of over 5,000
suits at ten dollars ($10). P. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
XXX 1855, Pure Bye Whisky, full
quart $2 00
Monogram Pure Bye Whisky, full
quart 1 75
Extra Old Cabinet, Pure Bye, "Whis
ky, full quart 1 50
1879 Export, Pure Bye Whisky...... 1 25
1880 Export Pure Bye Whisky 1 00
For sale by G. W. Schmidt, 95 and 97
Fifth ave., city.
Now Is the Month of May,
And white suits are in demand for misses
and children. Tne People's Store show an
elegant line in pique, linen lawn, silk and
lace at popular prices.
i Campbell & Dick.
The Children's Paradise
Is found among the white suits at the Peo
pie's Store, Gretchens, for 2 to 10 years
til 50 and upward. Misses' two-piece suits,
from 10 to 16 years, $3 and upward.
Campbell & Dick.
LECHNEK Si SCHOENBEKGER'3
i Bargain List
Organs, $25. Pianos, $40.
lLighte& Newton piano 40 00
1 J. & C. Pischer piano SO 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 165 00
1 Steinway piano 175 00
1 Marschall & Mithauer piano 175 00
lEnabe 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 fully war
ranted. Must be sold to make room for
new goods. These prices include stool and
cover. Easy payments. Please call at
Lechner & Schoenberger's, 69 Fifth avenue.
General agents for the unrivaled Kranich
& Bach pianos. iusa
Those 810 Salts.
Ever since we began selling those men's
fine suits at $10 (worth $18) we have had a
steady rush at our stores. They are really
the biggest bargain ever offered, and it will
pay you to come and see them. The mate
rials are cheviots, cassimeres, tweeds, Ban
nockburns, blarneys and corkscrews, all
sizes to fit anyone; cut and trimmed in the
latest styles of both cutaways and sacks,
and never intended to sell for less than $18.
Come and take your choice of over $5,000
suits at ten dollars ($10). P. 0. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. the new
Court House. " ,
PIANOS AND OKGANS.
J. M. Hoffmann Si Co.,537SmlthfleIdStreel,
Agents for the celebrated Sohmer pianos,
the best now made; the superb Colby pianos,
magnificent in tone, touch and workman
ship; and the sweet-toned Jacob Bros.'
pianos; also, Newman Bros, and the Pelou
betreed pipe organs. Intending purchasers
will find it to their interest to call at the
music store of J. M. Hoffmann & Co., 537
Bcmoval of H. Hbltzrann Si Sons.
We hereby wish to Inform our many
friends and the public in general of haying
-jwmoved to 111 Market st.: are now fully
prepared in connection with our manufaot
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 M greatly re
duced prices. H. Holtzman & Sons,
111 Market st.
Paris and New York Mlllinerr.
Summer styles to-day.
JOS. HOBNE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
BEAIi ESTATE SAVINGS BANK, LML,
401 Smlthfleld Street, cor. Fourth Avenue.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $45,000.
Deposits of $1 and upward reoeived and
interest allowed at 4 per cent. tts
Dr. F. H. Smith, Dentist. '
Painless extraction. All kinds of dental
work at reasonable prices. 504 Petmave.,
Pittsburg, Pa. Office hour, 9 to 6 P. M.
Paris Challles 65 Cent Quality for 50 Cents
A yard newest designs a whole table full
in center of store.
Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores,
Brundenbury Ferres Claret, Hinkel
& Co.'s Bhenish and Moselle Wines, C.
Lartern & Sons' Bhenish and Moselle
Wines, E. Brfininghaus' Burgundy "Wines,
Brundenbury Ferres "Sauterne." For sale
by G. W. Sohmidt, 95 and 97 Fifth ave.
Parasols All Prices From(Sl 50 to 840.
Including latest novelties, sever shown be
fore this season. Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Make no Mistake
In buying your furniture, go to the manu
facturer, and save money. There is only
one in the twin cities and their goods and
prices defy competition. Therefore go to
M. Seibert & Co., cor. Lacock and Hope
streets, near railroad bridge, Allegheny.
Summer Millinery To-Day.
Spanish toques, .English turbans, direc
toire hats. Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
The annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Pittsburg Tubular Steel "Whiffletree Com
pany will be held at the office of the company
on Wednesday, May 8, is, at 2 o'clock
ESTATE OF GEORGE R. SPLANE. DE
CEASED Executor's notice Notice is
hereby given that letters testamentary on the
estate of George B. Splane, late of the Sixth
ward of the city of Pittsburg, county of Alle
gheny, State of Pennsylvania, deceased, have
been granted to the undersigned, to whom all
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those having
clams or demands against the same will make
them known without delay to
WM. H. McKELVY. Executor,
ap30-40-rn 61 Sixth avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.
FBANK W. SMITH, Attorney at Law.
Estate of Ell Bnrrord, deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT LET
TERS testamentary on the estate of Eli
Burford, late of the city of Pittsburg, county
of Allegheny, Pa., deceased, have been granted
to the undersigned, to whom all persons in
debted to said estate are requested to make
immediate payment, and those having claims
against the same will make thena known with
out delay to JOHN BURFOED, 60 Water st,
Pittsburg, C H. BEACH, cor. Shiloh and Syca
more sts.. Pittsburg, Executors. ap23-82-Tu
PROPOSALS FOB TOWING TJ. S. ENGL
neer Office, Cincinnati, April 23. 18S9.
Sealed proposals, in duplicate, for furnishing
a towboat for service in connection with the
Ohio river dredges during the season of 1889
will be received at this office until 12 M. on
Monday, the 27th day of May 1889. x All Infor
mation furnished on application. The atten
tion of bidders is invited to the acts of Congress
approved February 26. 1885 and February 23,
1SS7. WM. E. MERBILL, Lieut Col. of Engi
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED
proposals will be received at No.521 Liber
ty ave. until 4 o'clock p. M. Wednesday, May IS,
1889, for the erection of improvements to the
Enoxville Public School building. Approved
bond will be required In the sum of fifteen
hundred dollars for the faithful performance
of the 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 the Board. Address
W. W. KNOX, Jr.. Secretary.
my5-5-D 521 Liberty ave.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS AND SEW
ER pipe dealers Sealed uroposals will
be received by the Councils of the borough of
Greensbnrg, Fa., until the 20th day of May,
1889, at 12 M., for the furnishing of sewer pipe,
and for the construction of a system of sew
erage for said borough; about six. miles of salt
glazed, vitrified, single strength sewer pipe
wiU be required. Bids will be received for the
material and work separately or as a whole,.
Plans and specifications of the work and sizes
of pipe required can be seen in Municipal Hall,
in said borough, on and after Wednesday, May
8, 1889. The board reserves the right to reject
any or all bids. CYRUS T. LONG. Borough
TDROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES U. S.
V Engineer Office, 607 West Chestnut street
Louisville, Ky., May 2, 1SS9. Sealed proposals
in duplicate will be received at this office until
lp.M. (local time), on Monday, the 8d day ot
June, 18S9, for furnishing and delivering coal,
ice and forage required for the Louisville and
Portland Canal, and offices at Louisville, Ky.,
during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1890. The
attention of bidders is invited toacts of Con
gress of February 28, 1835, and February 23,
1887. volume 23. page 832, and volume 24, page
414, statutesat large. Preference will be given
to articles of domestic production or manu
facture, conditions of quality aud 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 STIOKNEY, Major
of Engineers, U. & A. xny&-2&M7,6,ell2
gf-Display aOvertttementt one dollar pir
tgvare for one interUon, Clattificd adverlli
menu on this page ruch at Wanted, For'fiale,
To Let, etc, ten cent jer line for each infer
Hon, and none taken or lest than fifty centt.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branoh Offices have been
established at the following plaoes,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
'be reoeived up to G P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with Tax DIS
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, S5C9 Bntler street
EMIL O. STUCKEy, Mtk street and Penn ave.
E. G. 8TUCKCV &CO., Wylle ave. and Fultonst
N. STOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, 121 Penn avenue.
MCA LLISTEB & BHELBLEIt, 5th av. AtWOOd st
JACOB BPOHN, No. 2 Carson street
CHAS. BCHWABM, 1707 Carson street
A. J. KAEECHEK, M Federal street
H.'J. MCBRIDE, Federal and "Ohio streets.'
FRED H. EGQEE3. 172 Ohio street
f F. H. EGGEK3 ft SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
3. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets,
THOMAS MCBENBY, Western and Irwin aves.
(i. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
1'EKBY M. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
WANTED GENERAL HARNESS HAND;
steady work. H. BECTAN US, 1734 Carson
st. S. 8. my6-l7
WANTED-A FIBST-CLAS3 WAITER. AP
PLY P1TTSBUBG CLUB, 425 Penn ave.,
from 1 to 4. my7-S5
-TTJANTED AN EXPERIENCED BBU8H
W MAKER on special work. Apply at No 39
FOURTH AVENUE. my7-77
WANTED-GOOD COATMAKERS AT COR
NER SHAW'S AVE. AND WALNUT
ST., McKeesport, Pa, my7-37
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN TO WORK IN
a retail grocery store cGennan preferred).
Address A. K., Dispatch office. mfisa
-mANTED A GOOD BUSHELMAN-IN-W
QUIRE or SCHAUEB ft BUSCH. Tailors,
No. 95 Fifth ave., second floor. my7-33
WANTED - COACHMAN FOB LIVERY;
none bnt experienced need apply. T. B.
MORELAND, 6100 FHin ave., East End. my6-U
WANTED STENOGRAPHER (PORTER'S
system); one who can read former stenog
rapher's notes. Address STEEL, Dispatch office.
TTTAN TED-YOUNG MAN ABOUT 20 YEARS
V V of age to drives retail grocery wagon; must
Uve in Allegheny. Apply a OHIO ST., Allegheny.
TT7-ANTED-GOOD MALE STENOGRAPHER;
VV one with railroad experience preferred.
Apply, in own handwriting, to Y. Z., Dispatch
TV two or three years' experience; refer
erences required. Address A. K., Dispatch
WANTED-TWO GOOD COATMAKERS IM
MEDIATELY. Apply at GEO. B.
MICHEL'S, CharUers ave.,Chartlers,Pa., P. ft L.
E. R.B. my7-68
WANTED GLASS PACKER BY FLINT
Prescription Works, a man who thoroughly
understands his business. Address N. O. C, Dis
patch office. my7-39
T7ANTED-AGENTS IN EVERY TOWN TO
V sell Dr. O'Keefe's pills; steady work: can
make 112 to fU per week. DR. O'KEEFE ft CO ,
SI Fifth ave. jny7-78
WANTED-YOUNG MAN ABOUT 18 YEARS
of age as real estate solicitor for Southside:
resident preferred. ALLES ft BAILEY, 164
Fourth ave. Telephone 167. mys-10
ANTED -A YOUNG MAN WITH EX
PERIENCE In the wholesale llnnnrhnilnMi
as helper; must be competent and give good
references. Aadress WINES ft LIQUORS, Dis
patch office. my7-65
-VXTANTED - GOob SALESMAN TO SELL
VV goods to the retail grocers In city and vi
cinity; must have experience and be able to com
mand trade; with reference and security address
J. B., Dispatch office. mj7-56
-T7"ANTED AGENTS TO SELL TEA. BAKING
VV powder and pure spices; gifts with goods;
coke workers, miners or millmcn can makemoney
In their spare time. YAMASHIRO TEA CO., Si
Jackson st, Allegheny, Pa. Ja26-8S-ns
ANTED IMMEDIATELY A GOOD
marble cutter and a first-class marble
-rTJANTED-3 FIRST-CLASB MAEBLE AND
VV granite salesmen; most have experience In
this line; one for the city or Pittsburg and Alle
gheny and two to travel elsewhere. Address,
stating experience. DUNNING MARBLE AND
GBANITE CO., Erie, Pa. mb26-78
WANTED - BAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
COLLEGE, 4 Sixth street Pittsburg. Pen
manship, bookkeeping, latest and best shorthand,
typewriting, arithmetic etc, thoroughly taught
for S5 per month: Instruction private for both
sexes; open dally 9 A. "K. to 9 P. M. apl3-66-TTSSU
WANTED-A GOOD COACHMAN - ONE
that can milk and understands gardening
to go to the country: stay all the year round; must
come recommended; wages, J35 per month and
house rent. Address M. E., Dispatch office.
State whether white oi colored and sue of family.
-TTTANTED-SALESMEN-WE WISH A FEW
YV 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 or paper: 200 to 500 per cent
Sroflt: one agent's sales amounted to (820 In six
ays; another (32 In two hours: territory absolute
ly free; salary to good men. Foi terms and mil
particulars address J. W. SKINNER ftCO..Ona
laska, Wis. my5-29
WANTED FEMALE COOK AT JOHN
O'NEIL'S, 600 Grant st my7-7T
WANTED GOOD bTEADY GIRL-NONE
bnt tbose with good reference need apply;
German preferred. 21 N. DIAMOND ST., Alle
-)fTrANTED-LADY AGENTS-BEST LINE OF
VV ladles' and children's furnishing goods;
two new Inventions this spring: (loo monthly;
stamp for catalogue. E. H. CAMPBELL ft CO.,
484 Randolph St., Chicago. ap9-76-TTSu
TrANTED-ALL LADIES WHO HAVE FINE
V V furniture needing repairing, reflnishlng or
upholstering to go direct to headquarters: tele
phone 1626. HADGH ft KEENAN, 33 and 34
Water street my2-94
-VTJANTED - FEMALE LADY WALKERS
VV wishing engagement next week to contend
for good wages and liberal prizes In a 60-hour
contest, "go as you please" at Handlan'sBlnk,
Wheeling W. Va. ; car tickets and costumes pro
vided by the management. Address MANAGER,
Dispatch office. my7-74
Male and Pemalo flclD.
WANTED-YOUNG LADY OR MAN WHO
understands the grocery business; capable
and willing: good writer; quick at figures; refer
ences required. Address GROCERY CASHIER,
WANTED-A WAITER FOR PRIVATE FASI
ILY, 6 farm hands, vegetable gardeners,69
cooks and chambermaids, 200 house girls, 50 for
hotels and summer resorts, 2 nnrse girls, working
housekeeper. MEEHAN 'S, 545 Grant st. my6-D
WANTED AGENTS ON SALARY; (75 FEB
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 lust what we say. Address S1ANDARD
SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass. felS-3-D
-VTTANTED-EMPLOYMENT BY TIN BOOFEB
VV and Jobber: city or country. Call or address
NO. 14 HOME HOTEL, Duquesne way. my7-83
TJJTANTED-SITUATION AS STENOGRA
VV PHER and typewriter by a young lady,
thoroughly competent Address G. W. JB.. Dis
patch office. my5-61
T7-ANrED A POSITION BY AN AMANU
VV ENS1S and shorthand writer; can operate
a Callgrapb or Bemington; best of references
furnished. Address O. N. RAMSEY, Greensbnrg,
WANTED-SllUATlON AS CLERK IN OF
FICE, law or business house, or at any
work; operate the callgraph; best or reference.
Address CBObS, 13 Greeubush street, Mt. Wash
WAN TEU POSITION AS ASSISTANT
bookkeeper byyoungv energetic man, who
can talk and write German; would also do gen
eral office work: can -furnish references. Aadress
ASSISTANT, Dispatch office. my7-35
responsible business man with temperate
habits, speaks English and German, as collector
or business managerwell acquainted in both
cities. Address A. B. D , Dispatch office.
-TTTTANTED SITUATION BY AN HONEST
W young man who can speak, read or write
English and German: has experience as grocery
clerk: wants a situation; good recommendation;
might do as a driver or shipping clerk. Address
P. G. F Ho. 1707 Carson st B. 5.. Pitts. my7-94
VITANTED-TO MEET A GENTLEMAN TO
VV engage In the real estate business; oneweU
acquainted on the Southside preferred. Address
E.B.F., Dispatch offlee, . my7-60
Boarders ana Lodgers.
WANTKD-ONEOBTWO GENTLEMEN FOB
pleasant parlor, furnished or unfnmlthed,
overlooking large lawn on Western ave , privilege
of bath. AdUreis WESTERNi Dispatch office.
WANTED-BOABDING" IN A PRIVATE
boarding-house, by onelady. Address, stal
lng terms, to L. K Dispatch oflice. my7-81
WANTED -MORTGAGES -LARGE OB
small. ED. WriTISH. 0 Grant street,
. Inroms to suit, at 4, 6 and I per cent
GRABBING ft LYON, J3S Fourth ave. p8l-D
"ANTED-MORTOARP-S MON KYTOr.UAN
VV In sums to suit at t, S and 6 per cent
ALLfiS ft BAILED, 161 Fourth aye. Tel. 167.
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PBOP
........SBT' over M,0; 4K ner cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER ft CO., S2 Fourth avenue.
TirrANTED -RENTS COLLECTED PBOMPT-
TT l"";property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES ft BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
WANTED-RENTS TO COLLECT IN BOTH
cities and suburbs; to this branch or the
business we pay special attention; established
1863. W. A. HEBRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
TTTANTED-TO LOAN 1000,000. IN AMOUNTS
TJ of $3, 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4K percent free oftax; also smaller
amount at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK ft BAIRD,
85 Fourth avenue. se2l-a28-D
flfct-class standing Is willing
to exchange notes for 110.000 to (20,000 with an
equally good firm. Address, In confidence, A. G.
B , Dispatch office. my7-a
WANTED-MOKTGAGES-tL 000, 000TO LOAN
on city and suburban properties at 4K Sand
6 per cent and on farms In Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 6 per cent. 1. M. PENNOCK ft
SON, 105 Fourth avenue. ap7-f41
ANTED-TO LOAN 1200,000 ON MORT-
ClAfPa.tim . nn.rarrf at A T0- '..lit.
(500,000 at ii per cent on residences or business
- ', .W BUU )! II . "- .. .....
KMMxH&x 180 in aojoinin
FRENCH, 125 Fourth avenue,
so in adjoining counties. S. H.
WANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
dozen (13) or Stewart ft Co.'s fine cabinet
photos for L at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST., Alle
WANTED-A FEW PUPILS FOB PBIVA1E
Instruction In studies preparatory for col
lege, or coaching In anj department, to address
8f CTDENT. Dispatch Office. yS-28-TTSu
WANTKD-LEARN THE ART OF GENTLE
MEN'S garment cutting: no trying onre
ulred; night sessions Monday, Wednesday and
aturday, ftoKP. 1 514 Wood St. UBLING ft
SON. ' apS0-68
T7"ANTED-E VERYBODY TO GET ON E DOZ.
Ti fine cabinet photos fori 99 cents at
AUFBECHT'S ELITETJALLERY, 816 Market st,
Pittsburg, Pa., for 30 days only; elevator: come,
rain or shine; bring children. myS-111
"TTTANTED-FIVE FIRST-OLASS BARBERS
TV to buy first-class shops: also 20 Journeymen
wanted; fine barber chairs, etc, for sale cheap to
those wishing to start new. Call at BOSS W.
BLACK'S Old Reliable Barber's Supply House,
80 Diamond st . Pittsburg. my7-44
FOR SALE-IMPEOVED HEAL ESTATE.
IOR SALE-mi-S PER CENT NET INVEST-
C MENT; Harrison St. near Forty-ninth St., two
2-story rrame dwellings: rent ror 1390 per year;
lot 22xl0u; terms reasonable. SAMUEL W.
BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave. myt-44-TSTu
FOR SALE-GOOD INVESTMENT-FIVE NEW
two-story five-room brick houses, Just com
pleted: on Trent st, two minutes' walk trom
Wylle ave cable cars: will rent for Sis per month
eacu; cau soon. arxnuan cc u-Aiuoojun. i
Smlthfleld st. mt7-51
i:t. -," i.'....nnn 7,.rAi7 m.H
SPENCER ft ULOSSEK. 419
OR SALE-LAWBENCEV1LLE PROPERTY,
Tortv-third street doable brick of Brooms.
attic, hall, both gases, water, etc.; each well sew
ered and all la good repair: large lot. running
back to an alley; will sell singly or as a whole very
low. Call at office. BLACK ft BAIRD, 95 Fourth
avenne. . my4-61-r
FOR SALE-HOUSE AND LARGE LOT, NO.
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, 65x
105 feet. This valuable property will be sold at
?nbllc sale on Wednesday afternoon. May 8. at
o'clock, on the premises: terms to suit JAMES
W. DRAPE ft CO., Agents and Auctioneers, 129
Fourth ave.. Pittsburg. my5-45
East End Reaiaeucea.
FOR SALE ELEGANT BRICK HOUSE, 7
rooms, bath and all conveniences; on ftippey
st, near Penn ave. cable; lot 44x120; jprlce (6,800.
MELLON BROS., 6349 Station st , E. E.
"CH)K SALE-ARE YOU 8AT18FIED WITH
JD the bouse you rent or own? If not see the
finely built residences in Coltart square, Oakland.
W. A. HMtRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
and (table; Carver st, 6 minutes' walk
to East Liberty station; lot 25x108; will sell at a
bargain: price. (2.503. MELLON BBOS., 6349
Station st E. E. my4-84-Tns
IOR 8ALE-J,000 CASH, BALANCE MONTH
LY DaTments. will purchase a stx-room
modern style house on Meyran ave., Oakland;
good size lot with stable oh rear. W. A.
HEBRON ft SONS, 60 Fourth ave. ap30-68-TTB
WTMITJ Q A T.tT Tie THffITVrlOl TIT A Wit IT III
-D lot 44x90. with frame house of 3 rooms, good
stone foundation and cellar under whole house;
city water, etc, : 8 minutes' walk from East Liber
ty station. TBOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave.
TJORSALE-ON O'HABA ST., E. E., LOT 42
Jj X130; elegant frame house of 8 rooms,bath,
etc. ; slate mantels, sat. gas and all conveniences;
this is a good property and In one of the most de
sirable neighborhoods. THOS. LIGGETT, U4
Fourth ave. myS-72-MTTrsu
OR SALE-A PRETTY HOME IN THE EAST
-End: caved street conmlete sewerace: Queen
aids xrame aweiung, reception uaii, range, nam.
laundry, Brooms; a very complete house, close to
P. B. B.; lot 50x100. and only (7.300: (1,000 cash,
balance to suit. BLACK ft BAIRD, 95 Fourth
. ..'-. ... -..tj.. " -:..
TT7IOR BALE-ON HAILMAN ST., E. E., LOT 38
JD xl20 to an alley : new frame bouse, 4 rooms on
first floor. 3 rooms and bath on second floor, and 2
good rooms lu finished attic good cellar, front
porch whole front or house: also small room over
hall and vestibule; also lot adjoining 24x120.
THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-ON SHADY LANE, WITHIN 6
minutes' walk of the proposed electric road,
about 6 acres, with a modern frame dwelling or 7
rooms, stable, orchard or select bearing fruit
trees, grapery, with a fine lawn; the owner wish
ing to remove, will sell much below the current
prlceslntbenelghborhood. HENBY A-WEAVER
ft CO., 92 fourth ave my5-46
T7WR SALE-EAST END HOME CHEAP
J Near Firth ave. cable cars and convenient to
P. B. R., a new 2-story rrame dwelling or Sreoms,
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 ft 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, Kitch
en and large pantry on first floor; five good rooms,
bath, 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 hall and parlor; elegant
front porch, bay windows; an elegant neighbor
hood and very fine property In every respect.
THOS. LIGGETT, lit Fourth ave. "
FOR SALE-SYLVAN, NEAR HAZELWOOD
avenue, fine two-story frame dwelling, 9
rooms, attic Urge reception hall, slate mantels.
Inside shutters, nat. and art. can, bath, w. c.
laundry, slate roof; honse in perfect order: loca
tion and surroundings first class; lot 60x120, with
beautiful shade trees; 3 minutes from, station.
SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-HANDSOME MODEBN HOUSE,
all conveniences and large lot choice loca
tion, Bldwell street, Allegheny; low price;
easy terms. JN O. H. M'CBEEBi-, 95 Fifth ave.
TnOR RAT.V nVfilRAHT.V. RTTminTlH ATTBT.
JD residence near Arch sttlot 26KX240 feet to'
"I way, -who large aweiiing oi w rooms;
late conveniences: stable In rear. W. A. HER
BON & SONS, No.80Fonrtb ave. my4-89-4,7,9,13
TiWR SALE-A FIRST-CLASS INVESTMENT,
13 on account of removal of owner: lot 42x100
feet; well Improved by first-class dwellings; La
cock near bandusky st. Call or send for particu
lars. W. A. HLBBON& SON8.No. 80 Fourth ave.
IOR SALE-17.000-ON PFUEKAI. ST.. ALLE-
X1 GHENY, will buy a fine three-story brick house
or 10 rooms,han, vestibule, bath, laundry and attic.
evauuuarj wasnstana, not ana coia, water, oota
f;ases, heater In cellar, good range, marble man
els. Inside shutters, slate root, etc.: also rrame
house or4 rooms on rear or lot; this property is
well sewered and a big bargain: possession at
once. EV ING 4 BYEBS, No. 107 Federal street.
TTiOB BALE-AT EDGEWOOD STATION. P. B.
JL' K., rrame dwelling with all conveniences;
l acres oriand, abnndance or fruit and shade
!KSv.e.i,tonlrone minute from station. E. D.
WINQENBOTH, loo Fourth ave. my7-4S-TTS
FOR SALE-TWO ACRES OF LAND, WITH
fine house, 7 large rooms, fruit and shade
trees, grapery, etc., springhonse, water in kitchen;
stable, chicken house, etc.: a heautlful place, sit
uate at Howard station. P. VT C. H. K . near
S.r3f.:.t.ca1: a great bargain ir sold soon; by O.B.
TOUDY, Heal Estate, Insurance and steamship
Agent 1721 Carson St., Southside. Would proba
bly take other property In exchange. ap28-130
TTIOB8ALEUKLLEVUE BETWEEN BEAVER
JL' road and station, handsome residence, wide
hall in center, 14 rooms, hardwood finish. Urge
porches, bay, windows, bath and w. c.
stationary washstands, closets, pantry, laundry,
furnance, cemented cellar, cemented walks,
stable ror i horses, etc., lot 140x290; choice fruit
and shrubbery: this is especlallrattractlve and
will be sold chean. HAMITKL WI BLACK ft CO..
99 Fourth ave. ,my7-70-xTS;
FOR aALE iafPROTED4 REAL ESTATE.
Queen Anne frame dwelling, 7 rooms) attic,
reception hall, tile hearths, slate mantels, etc.,
slate roor, front and rearpdrches; lot 50x122 feet;
a bargain; must be sold this month. SAMUEb
W. BLACK ft.CO. , 99 Fourth ave. my5-44-TTy
FbHbALE -FIFTEEN MINUTES WALK
from Sharpsbnrg station, on good road, oricx
honsaon large rooms and a small frame house i
stables, 12k acres" ofland, large orchard, grapery,
etc; premises are connected with railroad oy
boardwalk and are unsurpassed in beauty ana
healthfulacss or location. Inquire at DENTAL
BOOM, No. 11 Wylle ave. my7-32-TT8n
OR SALE-LOT CORNER SECOND AVENUE
and Ferrv street 70x80 feet: 120.000: cheap.
FENCER ft GLOSSER, 419 Smlthfleld st. my7-SJ
FOR SALE-LOTS-I HAVE A NUMBER OF
lots on Carson st. and other streets; almost
any locality; very cheap; terms easy; by O. B.
TOUDY, Real Estate, Insurance and Steamship
Agent, 1721 Carson St., Southside. ap28-130
East End Lots.
FOB SALE-DALLAS, P. B. R.. 3 MINUTES
walk from station; lot (250. MELLON BROS,
6349 Station st, B. E. my3-75-TnF88n
ORSALE-ON SHADY AVE.. E. E.. LOT29X
126 to a street having thereongood brick bouse,
9 rooms and bathroom; (8,500. THOS. LIGGETT,
114 Fourth ave. my5-71-MTuibr8
TJtOR SALE-(550-(550-NICK LOTS AT HOME
J WOOD, P. B. It, on Finance St.. 3 minutes'
walk from station; 50 trains a day. MELLON
BUGS., 63)9 Station st , E. E. my4-86-TU89a
TCTOB SALE CHOICE LOTS AT DALLAS STA
J TION, P. K. R . convenient to steam and
street cars; cheap and on easy terms: situation un
surpassed; price ranging from (406 to (600. Inquire
orD. O. NEGLEY, 6106 Penn ave., East End.
FO B 8 A L E-A GOOD INVESTMENT-IK
acres, between Rebecca st. and Falrmonnt
avenue, near Penn cable and Neglev avenue:
property advancing rapidly: will sell now at
(4,000. MELLON BROS., 6349 Station St., E. E.
FOB 8ALE-A LOT WITH MORE IMPROVE
MENTS, atless cost than Is generally ottered;
centrally located, convenient to schools, ehnrches
and business houses; plenty of room for large
house; this can be bought at very reasouableprlce
aud easy terms. MELLON BROS , E. E., or
JOHN F. BAXTER, Agt, 512 Smlthfleld st,
FOB SALE-ON ONE OF THE FINEST
streets In the East End; 50 feet front 150 feet
deep to an alley: well sewered: within five min
utes of two cable lines; also close to P. B. R.
station; excellent neighborhood; this can be
bonghtata low price and easy terms if bought
within a few days. MELLON BEOS., E. E or
JOHN 1 BAXTER, Agt, 512 Smlthfleld St.
FOB SALE-VERY CHEAP AND EAST PA Y-MENTS-Deslrable
building lots on Nunnery
Hill at head of new Incline: call or send for plans.
W. A.HEHBONftSONS, 80Fourth avef
FOB SALE LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street Allegheny, In
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy termi. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MCNAUGHEB, 43 N. Diamond St.
FOR SALE-"OSGOOD PLACE" LARGE,
handsome lots on Osgood. Maple and Linden
avenues: all city conveniences: no lots less than
40 ft. wide; houses set from 20 to 80 feet bark from
street: terms to suit SAMUEL W. BLACK ft
CO., 99 Fourth ave. my7-30-Tu
FOR BALE-SUBURBAN BUILDING LOTS,
at Emsworth, 60x100 ft., from (150 to (COO: con
venient to station; terms reasonable. ALEX
ANDER ft LEE, 313 Wood st my4-10-Tns
FOR 8ALE-AT LESS THAN COST OF THE
house; .115 acres of superior land adjoining
Monongahela City; coal, limestone, springs,
fenced, highly Improved; 6 acres la fruit ; a new,
large brick mansion or 14 rooms, marble mantels
throughout. Inside shutters, bathroom, cellars,
everything complete and modern style; cost (13,
000: large frame bank barn; also line horse and
cow stables, smokehouse, spring house, outbuild
ings; 1 mile from railroad station aud town: only
(12,000, on time; must be seen to be appreciated.
ED. W1TTISH, (10 Grant street Pittsburg. Pa.,
boarding houses, cottages, lots and bath-
nouses to let or lor sale oy iir. aujlolo a uu.,
real estate agents, Beal Estate and Law Building,
Atlantic Cltv. N. J, ap5-9-p
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
IOR SALE-A FIB3T-CLAS3 BARBERSHOP,
dolnir a good business: rood reasons for sell
ing. Address W. G. B., Dispatch office my7-31
FOB SALE-EAST LIVERPOOL. O.. SALOON,
fixtures and stock, opposite C. ft P. depot;
elegant location. MRS. JANE DOBBINS, E.
Liverpool. O. my7-53
FOR SALE-BAKERY, DOING GOOD BUSI
NESS: horse, wagon, storeand fixtures, etc;
centrally located. ALLES ft BAILEY, 164 Fourth
ave. Tel. 107. my-50
FOB BALE-GOOD PAYING BUSINESS FOB
lady that can tew for about (1,000: neat little
confectionery and ice cream business, (3)0: bakerx
with horse and wagou, (400: stores or all kinds;
100 business chances. .SHEPABD ft CO.. 54 Fifth
FOB SALE-THBEE LICENSED HOTELS
One In Beaver county, on line of K. B.,
nrlce 83.000: one in Lawrence county, on line of.
it. B , large house newly papered and painted
price (oow: one in uniooi u rooms, price so, iajj;
above hotels are centrally located and doing a
good business. THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth
FOB SALE -COR. FEDEBAL ST. AND
North avenue. Allearhenv. a fine bulldlnsr 4
stories, paying a good rent. W. A. HEBRON ft
FOB BALE-THAT VALUABLE BUSINESS
property, corner Firth ave. and High st , S
brick houses, with lot 58x65 tt.: rents for (1,608;
DTice, (20,000. 8PENCEB ft GLOSSER, 4198m!th
fleld st my7-51
FOE SALE-381 FIFTH AVE.:' BUSINESS
DroDertv: brick dwelling. 8 rooms and store
room: also 2 brick houses 4 rooms each In rear; lot
24x90 to an alley: rental vearlv. SS64: nrlee. 13.220:
terms to sultALLES ft BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-10,000-IN STEUBEAVILLE, O.,
flrst-class hotel. Including furnlshment of 24
rooms, parlor, dining room and office, and con
taining 30 rooms, barroom, office and billiard
room; dining room capacity for 60 guests: good
reasons for selling, and can be bought on terms to
suit purchaser. Further information from
8TBAUB ft MORRIS, Third avenue and Wood
OB SALE PLANING MILL AND LUMBER
T&rd: located in & HrelT town in Ohio. 85
miles from Cleveland and 100 mllesfrom Pittsburg,
on the Wheeling and Lake Erie Railroad and the
Ohio canal, surrounded by artch farming section:
building new and machinery in flrst-class order;
Sood established trade for 14 years; poor health
le only resnor selling. For further particu
lars Inquire at 116 WASHINGTON AVE.. Alle
gheny City. my2-78
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, etc
TTIOE SALE-A 6-YEAB-OLD HORSE; SOUND
Jj and kind: suitable for delivery wagon. In
quire 61 LACOCK ST., Allegheny. Pa. my7-64
FOB SALE-A LIGHT VICTORIA IN PEB
FEUT order, will be sold cheap for want of
use. Inquire at J ACKMAN'S, 536 Penn ave.
FOR SALE-ONE SHETLAND PONY. ONE
four-seated English cart and harness; ror sale
chean. Can be seen atA. JACKMAN ft SON'S,
530 Penn ave. mytt-13
FOB SALE-HORSES JUST. ARRIVED AT
Exposition Driving Park: 50 head extra fine
driving, business and saddle horses. Inquire ror
J AS. MCKEOWN. my7-68
FOB SALE-BAY DRIVING HORSE 15K
hands high, 6yearsold, sound and all right; an
excellent road horse and a splendid walker. JOS.
R. JUCMABTEB, Sewlckley, Pa. my7-88
FOR SALE - GOOD ROADSTER, STYLISH,
brownish bay horse, 7 years, 16 hands, 1,100
lbs., sound and gentle: can trot mile in 3 minutes
with buggy. H. S. McCONNEL, New Brighton,
FOR BALE-2GOOU HORSES, 6 YEARS OLD,
weU broken to harness; will not scare at any
thing; will be sold cheap for want of use. For
Sartlcnlars call at E. GROETZINGER'S, 627 to
3 Penn avenue, my7-5l
FOR SALE A PAIB OF HANDSOME BAY
horses IS hands high, 6 years old, kind and
gentle and warranted sound, good action and
tearless of cable and steam cars; good single
drivers; have been driven together foroverayear.
Can be seen for a few days at JACKMAN 'S, 536
Penn ave. my7-90
FOB SALE HORSES-WILL ABB1VEMAY2,
at the Exposition Driving Park, 20 head of
extra fine Kentucky horses, among them some
extra fine roadsters and saddlers of especially
fine quality, with all the various Kentucky saddle
gaits and harness combined. The owner, J. C.
TWYMAN, a responsible horseman, of Lexing
ton, Ky., refers to Jas. A. McNally and Porter ft
Donaldson, or this city, and Invites those In need
or anything In his line to Inspect stock. my2-70
Machinery ana metals.
1710BSALE-2 HORIZONTAL ENGINES. 18x22.
1 1 Ball engine, Ismail dynamo and 2 lamps and
meat choppers, rendering kettles, etc VELTE ft
MCDONALD, Penn ave., cor. Thirty-second St.
PEBSONAL-BOOKS WANTEO-1F YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth (LOCO, let us know: We will bny one as
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK STOBE,
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. my3-2S
SEBSONAL-WHY TBOUBLE YOUB WIFE,
mother or daughters In renalrlns: and clean
your old clothes, when It can he done ror a
trffle by DICKSON, the Tailor; cor. Firth' ave.
and Wood St., second floor? Charges moderate;
facilities unsurpassed; suits madeto order; spring
styles now ready, telephone 1558. nabs
E0st.'-P6ci3t2ooic-on Monday -aist-EBNOON,
long red folding pocketbook,
containing small sum of money and carriage
tickets: (Brewardlf lea at B, M. QBOVES' OF
riCA station t, East Ends jayT-87
10 LET-COTTAGE HOUSE ON MT. WASH'-
jl i.-tuiun, cor.. Gray and uiiwona sweew,
has ten rooms, large lot; is supplied with natural
gas and city water; will be divided to snlttwo
t0nant.il- lnnnlM m a muuitanM HTllTNDRY
.t .r. .:..r..A r-" .. --r 7
Vu. -o uj t iut, 10 ana 12 wood st
East End Residences.
TO LET-FURNISHED-FOR THE SUMMER,
a very desirable East End residence of 12
rooms; large grounds: beautifully located on Penn
avenne: near Point Breeze. W. A. HEBRON
ft SONS, 80 Fourth avenue. my7-4S
TO LET-NICE 7-BOOM BBICK HOUSE, ALL
conveniences: cheap rent: Second ward, Al
legheny: streetcars handy. W.W. MCNEILL ft
BRO 105 Fourth ave. my3-45
TO LET-ON KIBKPATBICK AVENUE AL
LEGHEN Y, good brirlr house of 8 rooms, fln
lsned attic -bath, range, etc; no water rent
ALEXANDER ft LEE, 313Wood st mj4-10-Tng
TIO LET-(99)-IN 3EWICKLEY-THE BRICK
JL residence or James Adair, Broad street, one
square from station: completely furnished; im
mediate possession. BAJ10ELW.BLACKft.CO.,
99 Fourth ave. myJ-27-Mrrs
TO LET-MY HOUSE, THIRTEEN BOOMS,
at Laurel Station, Ft. Wayne road, all mod
ern improvements, stable and carriage house, two
seres ground, with liver view. In quire on prem
ises, or at 219 Lacock street Allegheny. WM.T.
TO LET-ONE FUBNISHED FRONT ROOM,
14 BESACA ST , AUegneny City; suitable ror
one or two gentlemen. . my7-38
TO LET- ONE FLOOR OF fBOUR NICE
rooms, with gas and water for lighthouse
keeping. Apply to J. G. MORROW, shoe store,
289 Ohio st, Allegheny. , my7-63
TO LET-TWO NICELY FUBNISHED BOOMS.
East Ohio st , Allegheny City: 1 minute's
walk from postoffice; with or without board.
Address D. Y. N ., Dispatch office. my7-23
Offices. Desk Room, dec
LET-HANDSOME OFFICE BOOMS,
MUSI. w BU..&. v.. ...vty.1. auu .u.4 a aiwv...
also, centrally locatedSodge rooms; fresh painted
and newly papered directly opposite City Hall.
.t.. .1. aw a., ..It. .... .A..t.,j. a.... .t.lv.1 flitna.
T. MELLON ft SONS' BANK. 512 Smith-
TO LET-SECOND STOBY: SUITABLE FOB
most any-business, with elevator. Apply at
108 MARKET ST.- my7-2-TTSu
TO, LET-ONE LARGE BOOM, WELL
lighted front and back; second floor; office
room on first floor; rent low to good tenant . NO.
108 MARKET ST. my5-33-D
TO LET SPACE ON SKCOND OB THIRD
floors, large or small, for light manufactur
ing or storage. :inqulre of W. X. FBE1D, 83
Main street, Allegheny. Ps. . my7-S0
TO LET-OLD ESTABLISHED" SHOE STORE
In a town of 4,000 Inhabitants, about SO miles
from the city: capital required, (2,000 lo (3,000:
Al chance to make money. Aadress F., Dispatch
office. , my7-29
TO LET-IN, JOHNSTOWN, PA., STORE
ROOM, 23x60fouMaln st, in business part of
town; an excellent opening to a party wishing to
engage In the general mdse. business, or can carry
one line of goods if preferred: rent very low; par
ticulars from B. BsVucCONNAUUHEY, BeafEs
tate Agent Johnstown. Pa. my7-95-TT8
Of Household Furniture, Horses,
Cows, Barouche, Buggy, Farm
ing Utensils, Etc., Etc.
Will be sold by auction, by order of the Ex
ecutor! 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 M.,
The eutire household furniture, consisting of
kitchen utensils, dining: room furniture, glass
and chinaware, chamber sets in mahogany,
oak and walnut, parlor audlibrary outfit, books,
bookcase, piano, carpets, mirrors, pictures,
table linen, bed clothing, and all articles usu
ally found In a well-furnished dwelling.
Also, two horses, one pony, two cows, ba
rouche, bucgy, 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
morning of sale. JOHN D. BAILEY.
rURNISHMENT OP 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 couch, fine library chairs, table and
bookcase, clocks, rugs and decorated toilet
sets, fine hall 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,
lawbknce Bane of Pittsbtjbo.
PrrrsBUBG, Pa.. May 1, 1889.
TIVIDEND-THE, BOARD OF DIRE$
XJ TORS of this bank have this day declared
a dividend of THREE PER CENT on the
capital stock out of the profits ot the last six
months, payable on demand.
my2-2-D JOHN HOERR, Cashier.
RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTI
TUTE, Troy, N. Y.
Examinations for admission to this, the old
est School of Engineering in the United States,
will be held in on JuneS, 1889. Can
didates will be examined in the following sub
jects: Spelling, English grammar, geography,
arithmetic, algebra, through equations of the
2d degree Including radicals and in plane
geometry. The examinations will be wholly
written, and a fee of $5 will be required of each
candidate. Place of examination given about
May 20. See this paper. For further informa
tion address D . M. GREENE, Director.
ap30-73-TTS Troy. N. Y.
VT A V INAUGURATION OF THE
lUft. I NEW EXPOSITION BUILDING.
AFTERNOONSJ " gLdThe'
SEASON TICKETS "mSi, sloT
The sale of tickets for Single Concerts will be
gin on MONDAY, May 13. at 9 A K.
(12 SX'tS and (5 for season
$3, (2, SI and 60c for
tickets. Boxes seating!
for the season.
f 512 SV$S and $5 for season tickets.
: BIX, 5100
IN CASH PRIZES,
FOR LADIES ONLY.
Amateurs and urofesslouals invited.
Three days six hours each day, from 5P.K.
to 11 P. if . No entry fee exacted.
All applicants address or call at
111 East street. Allegheny.
E. K. PREYTTYMAN,
my7-91 General Manager.
pRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Boston ideal opera company.
TO-NIGHT Barber of Seville.
Week May 13-Rice's "The Corsair" and
Next week Fat Men's Club. my6-25
pi RAND OPERA HOUSE
BOSTON IDEAL OPERA COMPANY.
Week May 13 Rice's "Corsair" and "Evan
ARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY-
Matlnees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
MISS MA.X TilBAT,
The Wonderful Dog Trix, and Clifton's Ranch
King Company. my20
Every afternoon and evening this week the
funniest of all comedies,
OVER THE GARDEN WALL.
Next week We. Us 4 Co. ray6V5-JtTUT
25 UNION ST. ;
Graad op4Binglj 27,
Office ot )
dxfabxxkxt of pcblio safety,
BtnusAiroF Fike, PrnsBtrKo. Pa ' 1
rjEALED PROPOSALS WILL HE RE.
p CEIVED at the offlee of the City Control
ler until MONDAY. May 13, 1889, at 2 p. JL, tot
repairs of engine houses Nos. 2 and 6.
Plans and specifications can be sees at the
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 thengkt
to reject any or all bids.
J. O. BROWN,
MyI-60 Chief Department Public Safety.
riEPARATE AND SEALED PROPOSALS
O will be received at the office of the City
Controller until May 13, 1889, at2p,x.;for
altering and repairing No. 7 Police Station.
Plans and specifications can be seen at the'
office of the Superintendent of the Bureau Of
Bonds in double tne amount of each bid will .
be required; said bonds to be probated, before
the Myor or City Cleric
The Department of Awards reserves the right
to reject any or all bids.
J. O. BROWN,
Chief of the Department of Publio Safety.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at the office of City Controller
until the 8th day of May, A. D., 18S9, at 2 P. JL,
for laying water pipe on the following streets:
10,600 feet 4-inch, Negley avenne, from Fena
avenue to Bryant street
120 feet 4-lncb, Rose street, from Grove
street to Concord aUey. c ,
320 feet 4-inch, Concord alley, from Reed,
street to Rose street
230 feet 4-inch, Morris street, trom Carolina,
1,700 feet 6-lnch. Grazier street, from Home
wood avenue to city line.
750 feet 6-inch, Grazier street, from Murtland
avenue to Dallas avenue.
600 feet 6-lncb, Boquet street, from Fifth ave
nue north. . . .
280 feet 6-lncb, Holmes street, from end of
pipe to Fifty-second street.
600 feet 6-inch, Holmes street from Fifty
second street to McCandIes3 avenue.
600 feet 6-incb, Holmes street, from Fifty
third street to Fifty-fourth street.
00 feet 6-inch, Farragut street, fromStantos
930 feet 6-incb, Euclid avenue, from Center
avenue to Mignonette street.
1,200 feet 6-inch, Amber street, from Basra
street to Penn avenue.
1.100 feet 6-incb, Webster avenue, from Thir-ty-thlrd
street to Clarissa street.
265 feet 6-inch, Ivy street, from Walnut street
to Howe street.
2,100 feet 6-incb, Margaretta street, from Hi
land avenue to Clearvlew street.
550 feet 6-Inch, Gross street from Cypress
street to Liberty avenue.
250 feet 6-incb. Smallman street f ronvThirty
sbcth street to Thirty-seventh street
700 feet 6-inch, Lilac street from end of pipe
to Ellsworth" avenue.
600 feet 6-lncb. Lenora street from Shetland
street to Joseph street
150 feet 6-inch, Ivanhoe street from Magee ,
1,000 feet 6-Inch, Paris: avenue, from Rowan
GOO feet 6-lncb, Thompson street from Shet
land street to King street
LGOOfeet 6-lnch, Dallas avenue, from Penn
600 feet 6-inch, Conkling street from Wylle '
avenue to Webster avenue.
400 feet 6-incb, Millwood street, from Finland
500 feet 6-inch, Sweeney alley, from Enoch,
450 feet 6-inch, Breckinridge street from
Morgan street east
515 feet 6-inch, Forrester street, from Kaer
cher avenue west
215 feet 6-inch, Kaereher avenue, from Bige
low street to Forrester street "
250 feet 6-lncb, Jones avenue, from Twenty
ninth street Cast
BOO feet 6-inch, Finland street from Milwood
street to Brereton avenue. ' ,
300 feet 6-incb, Brereton avenue, from Fin-
land street east ,
500 feet 6-inch, Ben Venue place, from Mil
vale avenue west
1,000 feet 6incb. Susquehanna street from
Homewood avenue to Dunfermline street
650 feet 6-incb, Kelly street, from Homewood
avenue to Sterrett street '
650 feet 6-inch, Bennett street from Home
wood avenue to Lang avenue. -
310 feet 6-rncb. Clawson street from GrazferV
street to Susquehanna street
600 feet 6-inch. Evallne avenue, from Liberty
avenue to Harriett street
275 feet 6-incb, Edwin street from Adler
1.375 feet 8-inch, Forty-ninth street from
Butler street to north side of A V. R. R.
12,000 feet, more or less, 30 inch on
Biland avenue, .from. Reservoir to Bryant
Bryant street, from Hiland avenue to St
St Clair street from Bryant street to Baum
Baum street from St Clair street toNegley
Negley avenue, frcm.Batro.streettoRoVjt'
Roup street, from Negley avenue to Ells
worth avenue. , ,
8,000 f eetmore or less. 16-Inch on Penn ave-.-'
nue, from Point Breeze to a point east of Lacs'
100 tons pig lead equal toPenna, refined lead.
Hauling 4,010 tons, more or less, water pipe.
100, more or less, single fire hydrants.
75, more or less, double fire hydrants.
40. more or less. 4-inch gate valves.
100, more or less. 6-inch gate valves.
10, more or less, 8-inch gate valves.
5, more or less. 10-inch gate valves.
10, more or less, 12-Inch gate valves.
10, more or less, 16-Inch gate valves.
15, more or less, 20-inch gate valves.
16, more or less, 24-lnch gate valves.
11, more or less. 30-Inch gate valves.
600, more or less, K-lnch.
800. more or less, -mch.
00, more or less, M-incn.
100, more or less, 1-Inch.
25 reels, more. or-less,best American hem?
10 bales, more or less, best white cotton waste.
500 pounds, more or less, best pure sheet gum.
200 pounds, more or less, best square gum
200 pounds, more or less, best 2 and 3-ply can
250. more or less, gate boxes.
100, more or less, plug boxes.
For specifications, blanks on which bids must
be made and aU other information, apply as
the office of Superintendent of Water Supply
Each proposal must be accompanied by a
bond In double the amount of the estimated
cost probated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserve the right
to reject any or all bids.
E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
rTTHE OTALFON1 E. ATLANTIC CITY, N.
L MOVED TO THE BEACH.
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED.
UNSURPASSED OCEAN VIEW.
Bait water baths in the house. Elevator.
apl8I-D E. ROBERTS & SONS.
T3EDFORD MINERAL SPRINGS.
tj .BEDFORD, PENNA
Leading mountain resort. Water unequaled.
Hotel newly furnished. Toerge's Orchestra.
Opens June 8. Write for circular.
ap7-o7-r L.B. DOTY. Manager.
LONGVIEW SCHOOL-FORMERLY HO
TEL Longview will be open for the
reception of summer boarders bv July 1, 1839.
For circulars and information apply to
REV. JOHN G. MOLH OLLAND.
my2-93-TT3tt Longview School, Brookvllle.Pa.
CRESSON BPRINGS, PENNA. MAIN
line Pennsylvania Railroad, on top of
ALLEGHENY MOUNTAINS. ,
THE MOUNTAIN HOUSE '
Will open June 25. All trains stop at Crasson.
For circulars, etc, address;
WM. R. DUNHAM, Supt,
my7-2-rjsn Cresson. Cambria Co., Pa.
We make a specialty of cleaning and dyeing
lace curtains; also dry cleaning Damask Turk
ish portiers and all kinds of fabrics.
Sixth Avenue Dve Works,
M. MAY SONS & Co. -
ap2-TTS - 55 SIXTH AVE:
CONSUME YOUR OWN GARBAGE IN
stoves and ranges while using the same for
cooking, or any other purpose, by using tho
Eureka Garbage Burner. For illustrative cir
cular, containing full information, call on or
jjLiita Atiutmaua, "
uo ijoab uuuaoau street.
Je5-n57rr3 Allegheny. Pa.
91 AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg. Pa. apae-74-s
Walter J. osnouRNt. kicha&dbarbOwb.
BARROWS & OSBOURNE V',
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