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THE ITTTSBTJEG- , DISPATCH,' WEDNESD&T, MA."E 8, 1889.'
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THE WEST PEM 0. K
The Hospital to Get Its Much Needed
UNLESS BEAYEK VETOES THE; BILL
A Chat With Directors, Showing Hotr Essen
tial State Aid Is.
A BIG M0ETGAGE AND IlIPBOYEMEKTS
Much anxiety has been shown hereabouts
for the lone pending bill to appropriate $50,
OOO from the State for the West Penn Hos
pital. It passed second reading last Satur
day, and finally passed the Senate yester
day, through the instrumentality of Eepre
rentative J. L. Graham.
The bill encountered several obstacles, on
account of some technical shortcomings in
the initial drawing up of it, and, alter it
had passed the last Legislature, Governor
Beaver vetoed it, as falling with the reve
nue bill. It has been before the House
twice this session, but in a different form
from the first one presented.
The whole fact of the matter, as stated by
one of the directors to a Dispatch writer,
was the misunderstanding of the situation
relative to the appropriation and reasons for
such a move on the part of the hospital
IX NEEDS TO BE FREE OP DEBT.
There is a mortgage of some 550,000
against the property, the interest of which
has taken 53,000 yearly from the profits
which would have found use in paring off
pressing indebtedness for the maintenance of
the institution, snch as groceries, drugs, etc.
This year $15,000 per annum was asked for,
and it would take two years at this rate
to pay for needed improvements, etc Hhe
reason, it is thought, for the first defeat of the
bill was dependent on personal contingencies
arising between certain people interested.
However, a new bill was prepared with a pre
amble explaining matters, and it has met with
favor so far; the only necessary thing to es
tablish it being the adding of the Governor's
When the latter was in Pittsburg recently he
visited the West Penn, and was very much
pleased with the goings-on el the institution,
said one of the West Penn directors:
IT WAS MADE CLEAR.
"When I was down East recently I explained
the whole affair, and showed the necessities to
one of the members of the State Appropriation
Committee. He rejoined by saying there was
no explanation necessary, as he had visited the
hospital, and was convinced that it was the
most beneficial in the country, considering the
amount of money it had to sustain itself. Sev
eral other members of the Legislature within
hearing indorsed him. .
"We are sorely in need of a women's ward.
Bay, for instance, a female is brought in with
a virulent fever; she is placed in the same
apartment with one who is, perhaps, convales
cent from some other ailment, rendering her
subject to further disease."
Mr. William McCreery, one of the directors
who has been untiring in his efforts for a favor
able ultimatum of the bill, was extremely well
satisfied, for the reason that a great weight has
been taken off the hospital and its successful
FUTURES IN OIL.
Dealing in Options Recommended by Oil
Officers of the petroleum exchanges at
-VewYork, Bradford, Oil City, Titusville
and Pittsburg held a meeting in this city
yesterday afternoon. Mr. C. L. "Wheeler, of
Bradford, presided, and Captain Barbour acted
as Secretary. The object of the gathering was
to discuss a proposition to introduce into the
oil trade "dealing in futures."
The meeting was held at the Exchange build
ing after the close of the market. In the ad--tresses
that were .made there was a general
feeling manifested in favor of the innovation.
One argument produced in its favor was that
it will reduce the high premiums paid now on
oil. Another argument is that dealing in op
tions will draw into the trade many peo
ple not now identified with it. The rea
. son of this is that at present oil
! certificates are too scarce. One broker made
the statement that In the past month be could
i have done a business of 1,000,000 barrels more
I than be did bad he been sure he could supply
. the certificates, but he was not. With "fut
ures" the certificates could only be cornered
perhaps once in a month, whereas now they can
be cornered every few days.
It was decided to recommend the plan to the
directors of all the exchanges. It will be
, placed before them in a business-like manner,
' and after its advantages are discussed in each
of the cities, the various exchanges will vote
on the question of adoption.
New York, Oil City and Bradford favor the
t scheme most. There are quite a number of
kickers here, but it is believed the project will
, eventually be favored in Pittsburg, too.
- Don't Wait,
, But call to-day and secure the biggest bar
gain ever offered to the public. "Ve will
Fell to-day 740 men's fine suits all new,
fresh goods, generally sold at 18, 20, 22
at the round figure ot 10 for your choice.
These suits comprise all the new designs in
cheviots, tweeds, Bannockburns, blarneys,
thibet and corkscrew, cut and made in the
latest style. They come in long and short
roll sacks and stylish cutaways. You can't
.afford to miss this bargain sale; it means a
saving of at least $8 on a suit of clothes. P.
C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts.,
opp. the new Court House.
Removal of H. Holtzrann & Sons.
We hereby wish to inform our many
friends and the public in general of having
removed to 111 Market st; are now fully
prepared in connection with our manufact
uring department, for the furnishing of Turk
ish spring beds, hair mattresses, recovering
of furniture and decorative unholsterv 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,
203 and '205 Market St.
Call on them for wire window and door
screens, which are a preventative against flies
and dust, also for iron fencing of every de
Brandenburg Freres Claret and Santerne
wines, Henkil & Co.'sKhenish and Mbselle
wines, C. Lantern & Sohn's Bhenish and
Moselle wines, E. Bruninghaus Burgundy
wines. For sale by G. W. Schmidt, 93 and
97 Fifth aTe.
Moko no Dlistnke .
In buying your furniture, go to the jnanu
r facturer, and save money. There is only
one in the twin cities and their goods and
prices defy competition. Therefore go to
31". Seibert & Co., cor. Lacock and Hope
streets, near railroad bridge, Allegheny.
- ,L This Week.
Summer millinery opening hats, toques
and bonnets in prolusion.
Jos. Horne & Co.'s
v Penn Avenue Stores.
Sew lot special imported 27-inch mohair,
brown, blue and gray mixtures at 25e a
special bargain. Booos & Buhl.
200 -pieces of fine American satines, hand
some styles, at 12,cents per yard, at H. J.
Lynch, 438 and 440 Market street, wfsu
French Chalijs, 400 pieces from which
to select the largest and best-selected stock
in the citv. HtJOUS & HACKS.
"' Best $1 SO per doz. cabinet photos in the
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t wy l ", picture wjin eacu uui. wuiucis.
.-.L.1ES- .f OrrjlLAH GALLEST. AU and
Sixth at. - suhto
ANOTHER ON THE LIST.
An Old-Time Telegraph Messenger -Bo'y tt
Pittsburg Become Governor of Utah.
The news from "Washingtori yesterday of
the appointment of Arthur L. Thomas to'
the Governership of "Utah bring many
pleasant recollections of that Pittsburg boy'
to those who knew him In this city 30 years ago.
It was about that time, In the late 60's, that
Arthur was messenger boy td the Associated.
Press, whose office was then in The Dispatch
building, on Fifth avenue. Captain Full wood,
now official stenographer to the courts, was
then manager of the Associated Press; and Ar
thur Thomas was chief of the" not-very-numerous
night messenger service of the period. He
is well remembered by such of the older genera
tion of newspaper men as are yet in harness as.
a modest, obliging little Welsh lad, who. in
those, days, when special wires were unknown
in newspaper offices, and special telegrams few
and far between, bore the most important
freight of news that came into the offices.
Later, Arthur went to Washington as mes
senger to a Congressional committee, through
General Negley's Influence, and there
ho prospered by the Sam qualities
of fidelity and intelligence which made
Tilm a favorite as a bearer of pr
messages in Pittsburg. It was during Presi
dent If ares' administration that he was sent to
Utah as Secretary of the Territory. Hissuc
ocs thprn was notable, and he frequently
tilled the place of acting Governor and cot out
State papers in a style which showed that his
observation of the energy .and system of the
early newspaper workers jn Pittsburg was not
unprofitable. Afterward he was made one of
the Utah Election Commission at a salary of
$5,000 per annum, and now he is Governor of
the Territorv, with the possibilities of every
thing from "the United States Senate to the
Presidency before him. ,
Thus is another distinguished addition made
to tno list of the successful men who started in
life in this city as telegraph boys.. Andrew
Carnegie, Robert Pitcairn, David McCvgo,
City Solicitor Moreland, are some of the list,
though these belonged to a generation even be
fore that of Thomas. The father of Utah's
new Governor was long a well-known Alderman
of the Sixth ward, Pittsburg.
Inducements nt the Star Corner.
We advertise inducements which our
competitors think impossible. Do you won
der? We don't. These same firms go East
and buy tenement-housemade auction
goods and offer them to the public
at prices for which yon can buy the
home-made clothing at Jackson's. The
inducement referred to is simply this:
Making our clothing as we do, we guaran
tee to keep in repair, free of charge, for the
term of one year, any suit costing $10 or
over, or any pants bought of us for $3 or
more. If there is any need of repairing,
bring them to us and we will do it free of
charge. Let the clap-trap advertising con
cerns follow if they can. They don't want
trouble; it is your money they are after.
But the public is not slow in finding the
best makes of clothing. Our tailoring de
partment distances anything in this line.
As for men's furnishings, we quote the low
est prices for best quality. " We sell the best
in nobby hats.
I. Jackson & Beo., Star Corner;
Butcallto-dayand secure the biggettbargain I
fW 1 f . 1 "i ? S.I A H S 1 1A I 1 4a I
ever ouerea to tne puuiic e . -day
740 men's fine suits all new, fresh
goods, generally sold at 18, 20, 22 at the
round figure of 10 for your choice. These
suits comprise all the "new designs in chev
iots, tweeds, Bannockburns, blarneys, thibet
and corkscrew, cut and made in the latest
style. They come in long and short-roll sacks
and stylish cutaways. Ton can't afford to
miss this bargain sale: it means a saving of
at least 88 on a suit ot domes, r. u. v. v.,
cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp.
Citizen How popular this Banner Bak
ing Powder has become. It raises old Ned.
TJncle Sam Yes; it raises cakes better.
Take one quart of rich cream, four table
spoonfuls oi powdered sugar, two teaspoon
luls extract of vanilla; place this in a vessel
packed with chopped ice; allow it to thor
oughly chill. Then beat into this two table
spoonfuls gelatine that has been dissolved
in two tablespoonfuls sweet milk. Prepare
your cake as follows: Take the whites of 11
eggs beaten stiff, one and one-half teaenp
fufs granulated sugar measured after sift
ing; beat the sugar in gradually, also . the
yolks of six eggs and one teaspoon ful ex
tract of orange; stir into this oneteacupful
flour, measured after sifting four times, hav
ing mixed through the dry flour one meas
ure "Banner" Baking Powder. Bake 40
minutes, slow oven, square pan. When cake
is cold cnt out the center and pour in the
whipped cream; drop over top candied
cherries or other conserves.
There is no baking powder comparable to
the old reliable "Banner Baking Powder'
which has been used in many of our very
best families for nearly a quarter of a cen
tury. Amateur bakers and even quite small
children bake delightful cakes with it. Or
der a pound can with tbe Banner Becipe
Book from yonr grocer.
house cleaning made east.
"Sconrene" to clean windows.
"Scourene" to clean woodwork.
"Scourene" to clean bath tubs.
"Scourene" to clean marble slabs.
"Scourene" to clean tinware.
"Scourene" 5 cents a cake.
New cashmeres and Henriettas,'
New foule and serges,
New stripes and plaids, ' ,
New satines and challies.
New embroidered-i suits;
New combination suitings.
Grand display of new goods In every de
partment, at H. J. Lynch's, 438 and 440
Market street WFSu
B. & B.'
Our made-up suits are not merely "made
up," but are well made. All-wool cloth,
braid-bound suits, 810 up to $40, including
tha handsomest and most stylish line of
suits we have ever shown.""
Summer millinery opening hats, toques
and bonnets in profusion.
Jos. Horne &, Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
La Pebla del FuMAEare a high grade
Key "West Cigar, manufactured for. those
smokers who can appreciate Havana tobacco
in its natural condition. Sold from $6 60 to
512 per hundred. G. "W Schmidt,
95 and 97 Fifth ave.
Outing Cloth. Threg grades of his
now popular wash fabric at iiJ&c, 15c and
ISc; beautiful patterns.
arWFsu Huops & Hacks.
Gold fillings from $1 up..
Drs. McClaren & 'WA'DGaman',
Cor. Smitbfield nd Fourth, a venue.;
WFSU i-.. ",
Bees, Ale and Malt Extmcts;for sale by. I
GCHT.'SchinidtSB and 97j3TWih ave.;' ' -1
1 it ML
Old Boston's Double, One of the Slick
est of Counterfeiters,
IS CONVICTED BY UfiCLE SAM.
His Crooked Coins and the Paraphernalia
OTHER CONIACKEES AND COUfiT NEWS
James Allen, a stoop-shouldered and bald
headed man of about 50 years, was placed
on trial in the United States District Court
yesterday afternoon, and convicted of manu
factnring and dealing in counterfeit money.
The evidence submitted by United States
Detective McS weeny and others showed that
Allen, who is a resident of Mercer county,
and claims to be a carpenter by trade, is
ono of the most skillful counterfeiterersthat
has been captured in aome time. He manu
factured the spurious money and sold it to
tnat class who are known as "shovers of the
He was arrested on December 11 at the farm
house of Joel Regelman, in Mercer county. In
the house were found dies and acids of all de
scriptions. Molds were also discovered of sil
ver dollais, half dollars, quarters, dimes and
Canadian dimes. A good quantity of counter
feit silver dollars was also found, and they were
first-class counterfeits in every respect, except
as to weight.
The jury, after ten minutes deliberation, re
turned a verdict of guilty in the mannor and
form indicted. The prisoner seemed but little
annoyed by the jury's finding, and smilingly
shook hands with some friends when the ver
dict was announced.
Joel Begelman, at whose house Allen was ar
rested, was afterward put on trial for counter
feiting. His plea is that ho was innocent of
any wrong doing. He. alleges that bo never
made or passed any counterfeit money, and he
was ignorant of Allen's actions. The case was
still on trial when court closed.
Tho United States district' grand jury yester
day returned true bills against FrankLevally,
Charles Fry, Philip Hetrick and Paul Cueauo
for passing and having in their possession
counterfeit money; against S. E. Ward, who
was postmaster at Welty, Westmoreland coun
ty, for opening a valuable letter addressed to
L. C. Welty and embezzling tho contents there
of; against M. L. and W."H. Wright, of Jacobs
Creek, Westmoreland county, for sending ob
scene matter through the mails. The articles
sent were too bad to be placed upon the court
David S. Dunn and Philip Hetrick wero tried
and convicted in the United Suites District
Court yesterday morning for counterfeiting.
They will not be sentenced until Saturday.
WHOSE ARE THE CHILDREN?
A Father Seeks to Recover IIIsLIltleFnmlly
by Habeas Corpus.
A hearing was had before Judge Slagle yes
terday in the habeas corpus proceedings of
John Robinson against Mrs. M Cross to recover
possession of his two children. During the
hearing it was claimed that Robinson left Man
chester, England, to come to this country.
bringing with him the mother of the children,
whom he passed off as his wife, though he left
behind him a wife and two children. Three
children were born to the couple after they ar
rived in this country. One of them died, and a
short time ago the mother also died.
The day before her death she called to her
Mrs. Cross, who is her half sister, and gave in
her charge her Infant child, having sometime
previously given her the other child. Robin
son tried to gam.pof session of them, but failed,
and instituted the habeas corpus proceedings.
He denied having another wife in England,
and stated that the mother of the children in
dispute was his wife.
Judge Slagle remanded the children to Mrs.
Cross, pending his final decision in the case.
Robinson resides in Allegheny, and is em
ployed as a machinist in the Black Diamond
To. Day's Trial Lists.
Common Pleas No 1 Hamilton et al vs Alle
gheny Valley Railroad; Nestor vs Glynn, ad
ministrator; Barnes Bros, vs Elliott; Ferrell et
ux vs Sloroer: Dingess & Co. vs Bunting: Wein
orowitz vs Morrow; Fulton vs Christ; Willey vs
Getty; Powers vs Christy; Fisher vs Murphy;
Martin vs Heintr et al; McGinness'vs Barton;
Bronder vs Pack.
Common Pleas No. 2 Lydlck vs Rea;
Brown, receiver, vs Marshall fc Co.: Albright vs
Steubgen & Co.; Pittsburg Carbon Company,
Limited, vs Philadelphia Company; Dwyer vs
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company.
Criminal Court Commonwealth vs Call
Getz, Peter Lazarwitz, George Anderson. B.
F. Crowe, Lizzie Dully, Daniel Sheedy, John
Goetz. J. A. Steele, Jr., John Stringer, M. F.
Edwards, Cornelius Shovelin, Cas.Lyttle, Mary
Saner. Philip Keller.
' Sittings from Justice.
Ths suit of Patrick Nestor against John
Glynn, administrator of Patrick Glynn, an ac
tion on a mortgage, is on trial before Judge
Axbekt Kaiser yesterday received a ver
dict for $3,600 In his suit against Charles L.
Flaccus, damages for the loss of an arm torn
oft at Flaccus' factory at Tarentum.
In the suit of MaryT. Harding against A.
Northrop, to recover for the maintenance of
the latter's child, a verdict was rendered yes
terday giving $539 53 to the plaintiff.
"William H. Trantek, the newly appointed
inspector of steam engines and steam boilers,
was yesterday sworn in by Prothonotary Brad
ley, and his bond, in the sum of $10,000, was
E. S. Lew, charged with fraudu
lently obtaining $154 worth of goods
from L. Greenburg, was found not guilty,
"but ordered to pay the costs. Edward
Dravo, a conductor on the Penn avenue
line, was found guilty of assault on "William
Galway, whom he put off a car at Sixteenth
Bev. H. Alfeed Koerkee, of Bfe- Paul's
Church, South Canal .street, -Allegheny, sues
Rev. B. Pick, D. D., of First German U.E.P.
Church, Allegheny, far slander becansethe
latter, on the strength of letters from former
parishioners of the former in New York, told
around the congregation that Mr. Koerner had
not paid his debts in New York.
Judge Magee yesterday ordered the release
of Mrs. Mary Mullin, of Allegheny, on a writ
of habeas corpus, obtained by her husband,
Daniel Mullin. Mrs. Mullin was committed by
Mayor Pearson, of Allegheny, on a charge of
drunkenness. It was claimed that the confine
ment was affecting her mind, and, if she was
not released, she would go insane.
Fob disinterring and removing the bodies of
five members of his own family from the First
German Evangelical Lutheran St. John's Cem
etery in Allegheny, without permission of the
cemetery superintendent, though he had a per
mit from the Board of Health, Fred Mueller is
RtiRd bv the congregation, and Peter Guenttipr
John Boder and Christian Gans are made co
defendants for assisting him.
FOR SICK HEADACHE
Use Horsford's Acid Phosphate.
Dr. M. "W. Gray, Cave Spring. Ga says 'T
have used It with perfect success in habitual
Our Sliver Bloomed Gorlmm Pocketbook,
At ?3, is a leader in New York at 3 75
have you seen them?
JOS: HORNE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
Smoke the.bestXa Perla del-Fumar clear
Havana Key "West Cigars. Three for 25c
G. "W. Schmidt. 95 and 97 Fifth Ave.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
letters ot administration on the estate of
Margaretba Echnsler, deceased, late of Pitts
burg, have been granted to the undersigned,
to whom all persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment, and
those having' claims or demands against the
same will make them known without delay.
HENRY SCHUSLER, JOHN SCHUSLER.
TJISTATE OF GERHARD STRATMAN,
X!i deceased. Executors' notice. Notice is
hereby given that letters testamentary on the
estate of Gerhard Stratman, late of the Fourth
ward. City of AUeeheny, county of Allegheny,
State of Pennsylvania, deceased, havo been
granted to the undersigned, to whom aU per
sons Indebted to said estate, are requested to
make immediate payment, and those having
claims or demands against tbe same will make
them known without delay to JOS. STRAT
MAN, JOHN STRATMAN, Executors, 446
Liberty ave Pittsburg, Pa. myl-CT.-w '
r7lTHER LESSONS PRIVATE AND IN
J classes given ajmi, hjcimui 115KZ,88
Madison avenue, Allegheny. Over 17 years
teacher of zither in the first music houses and
schuols in London; . highest references. Music
svrrangeu lor.we siuier. i mya-v
W1&&CT'. - -y - . . '".i.
JJsWKjpjat daisribment oe dollar ptr
t'quars foT.oneinierlton. Classified advertise
menti cm thit page such as Wanted, For Sale,
2b Let, f to., ten cents per line Jar each inter-,
tton, aria none taken for ten than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
publio, Branoh Offices have been
established at the following places,
Whore Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient ad verUsementa will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are "to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with TUX D1S
THOMAS MCCAFFKKY, 85C8 Butler street.
EMILG. bTUCKET. zlth ttreet and Penn ave. '
E. G. ST0CKEY 4 CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton st. ,
n. sjlvjs.li, 1 inn Avenue market uouse.
J. W. WALLACE, 6121 Penu avenue.
MCALLlSTEl: ft SHIBLER,5thav. 4AtWOOt.
JACOB 8POHN, Mo."2 Carson street.
CHAS. SCHWABJI, 1707 Carson strest.
A.J. KAEROnElt, Federal street.
H. 3. McURIDE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FRED II. EGGEltS. IR Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEHSiSON, Ohio and ChestnntsW.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jaekson streets.
THOMAHMCHENBY, Western and Irwin aves.
(J. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PEKBYM. OL'EIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
- Malo pcln.
-TTT-ANTED-A GOOD ERRAND BOY. APPLY
W at THOS. CALL AG HAH '3. 20D Fifth ave.
-rT7-ANTED-TVO GOOD PAPER-HANGERS.
VV Inquire PAPER STORE, 6208 Penn ave.,
-TTfANTED-A GOOD CARRIAGE PAINTER.
VV InqnlreofLYLE&McUANCE, 622LIbertT
st., Pittsburg, Pa. rayS-34
XTT-ANTED-A MECHANICAL ENGINEER;
Y V one tnat can survey preferred. Address
D. D., Dispatch office. my8-33
WANTED-COAT MAKERS FOR CITY AND
country. Inquire at JOHN KAISER &
CO. 'S, 618 Smlthfleld st. mv8-61
WANTED-A GOOD BARBER. APPLY AT
M. LEINLNGER'S, S8 Irwin ave., near
Jackson ot., Allegheny. myS-86
WANTED r- COACHMAN FOR LIVERY;
none- but experienced need apply. T. B.
MORELAND, 6100 Fennave., East End. my6-12
WANTED-A GOOD. STOUT BOY TO WORK
in printing office. Inquire at FRANKLIN
PRINTING OFFICE, No. 77 Diamond st. my8-43
WANTED-A GOOD BOY TO LEARN THE
barber trade; one who has bad some ex
perience preferred. Apply 810 GRANT ST.
ANTED-GOOD MALE STENOGRAPHER;
one with railroad emprlenc'e nreferred.
Anbly, In own handwriting, to Y. Z., Dispatch
VV two or three years' experience: refer
erences required. Address A. K., Dispatch
WANTED-A GOOD DRUG CLERK: ONE
"who has a manager's certificate and can
give good reference.
Address SODA, Dispatch
WANTED-BOY TO LEARN THE BARBER
trade: ono with experience preferred.
Apply J. FIERST, 204 Wylle ave., corner ofTown
serid st. my8-6S
WANTED TWO GOOD COATMAKERS IM
MEDIATELY. Apply at GEO. B.
MICHEL'S, Chartler9ave.,(Jhartlers,Pa., P. AL.
E. . R. my7-8
WANTED-25 PLASTERERS TO PLASTER
conduit on Wylle Ave. Cable road. Ap-
Uobertsst. and Wylle ave. BOOTH S
TT-ANTED A FIRST-CLASS TAILOR TO
VV work on altering and repairing. Apply at
JAS. DICKSON'S. 65 Fifth ave., cor. Wood St.,
2d floor. my8-S2
WANTED -GLASS PACKER -BY FLINT
Prescription Works, a man wbo thoroughly
understands his business. Address N. O. C, Dis
patch office. my7-39
WANTED-YOUNG MAN ABOUT 18 YEARS
of age as real estate solicitor for Southslde:
resident preferred. ALLES & BAILEY, 164
Fourth ave. Telephone 167. mys-10
-TTTANTED AN EXPERIENCED YOUNG
VV nan, typewriter and stenographer,
Id a wholesale house; must be rapid ana correct.
Address, with references, M. B. W., Dispatch
"TTTANTED IMMEDIATELY A GOOD
VV marble cutter and a, first-class marble
pollster. Address, stating lowest wages will work
lor. no time for correspondence, DUNNING
MARBLE AND GRAN1TECO.. Erie. Pa.
WANTED-S FIRST-CLASS MARBLE AND
granite salesmen ; must have experience in
this line; one for the city of Pittsburg and Alle
gheny and two to travel elsewhere. Address,
stating experience, DUNNING MARBLE AND
GRANITECO., Erie, Pa. mh26-78
WANTEO-AGENTS FOR OUR NEW PA
TENT nreuroof safes: sizes 2SXI8xl8:welirht
SCO ms.: retail price (35; others In proportion;
highest award (silver medal) Centennial Exposi
tion 1833; rare chance; permanent business: onr
prices lowest! we are not in the sare pool; exclu
sive territory given. -ALPINE SAFE CO., Clnoln
natl. O. apS-72-ws
WANTED-IMMEDIATEliy-A GOOD FE
MALE cook; none other need apply. 107
SECOND AVE. my8-53
WANTED-ALL LADIES WHO HAVE FINE
furniture needing repairing, reflnlshlngor
upholstering to go direct to headquarters: tele
phone 1626. UAUGH ft KEENAN, 33 and 31
water street. my2-94
Malo and 1'cinalo Helo.
TTT-ANTED-A WAITER FOR PRIVATE FAM-
V V il. r , o larm nanas, vegetable gardeners, GO
cooks and chambermaids. 20o house girls, 50 lor
hotels and summer resorts, 2 nurse girls, working
housekeeper. MEEHAN'S, 545 Grant st. my6-5
WANTED-AGENTS ON SALARY: S75 FEB
month and expenses paid any active man
or woman to sell onr goods by sample and live at
home: salary paid promptly and expenses In ad.
vance; full particulars and sample case free, we
mean JuBt what-we say. Address STANDARD
SILVERWARE CO., Boston, Mass. 1C18-3-D
TTTANTED -SITUATION BY FIRST-CLASS
VV engineer: can do all kinds repairing and
machine work: first-class city reference. Aadress
B. A. N., Dispatch office. myS-5
WANTED-SITUATION AS COACHMAN OR
gardener by young man experienced In care
of horses and cows; best of references. Address
COACHMANDlspatch office. my8-14
WANTED-POS1TIONS BY 2 YOUNG COL
OREDmen to clean stores oras waiters in pri
vate family; good references. Address FRANK
SHELTON, 5723 Broad St., East End. lnTS-20
WANTED A SITUATION AS ASSISTANT
bookkeeper, or office work, by a young man,
best of references: state salary expected to pay.
Address "EPLUHIBUS UN UM,' "Dispatch office.
WANTED-SITUATION BY A MIDDLE-AGED
responsible business man with temperate
habits, speaks English and German, as collector
or business manager; well acquainted in both
cities. Address A, B. D., Dispatch office.
WANTED A PARTNER WITH FROM
$3,000 to H 000 to meet wants of Increasing
trade In an established light manufacturing busi
ness, Including a specialty. "ESTABLISHED. "
Dispatch office. my8-63
WANTED PARTNER A TWO-TENTHS
Interest In a large carriage manufacturing
business, paying well: good reason for selling;
capital required, 65,000; applicant must be a man
of experience In the business. REED B. COYLE
ft CO., 131 Fourth ave. my8-is
WANTED-AS .PARTNER-AN ACTIVE
business man of puth and energy, to buy
an Interest In swell-established, first-class office
business: capital required f l, 500; tbls Is an excel
lent opportunity, and only those meaning busi
ness need apply. Address P. O. BOX 633, Pitts
burg, Pa. my8-6
Boarders nnd Lodgers.
WANTED OCCUPANTS FORN1CELY FUR
NISHED third-story front room; pleasant
location, facing parks. NO. 31 SHERMAN AVE.,
WANTED-MORTGAGES IN LARGE OR
small amounts, at 4) to 6 per cent, accord
ing to tho size and kind of mortgage. W.A.
HEBRON ft SONS, No. 80 Fourth arc.
WANTED-MORTGAGES ! MORTGAGES-IN
tnmt of 500 to 120,000 and upward, on Plttt-
auckuoux w auuuroan imprOTCQ real
estate at lowest rates,
ft LEE, 313
WANTED-TO LOAN- 6500,003, IN AMOUNTS
of 13,000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on AH per cent, free of tax! also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK ft BAIRD,
S3 Fourth avenue. se21-d26-o
TV on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
cent counties at 6 per cent.
Dpcrnokmugu jarjaa in. AUC1
DU , iuo j! ourtn avenue.
TT7-ANTED-TO LOAN ,13)0,000 ON MORT-
vr UAiitsjsiuu ana upward at s per cent:
tS0O,0O0-at Mi per cent on residences or busines
property: also in aaiomini
FRENCH, 125 Fourth avenue!
counties, S. H.
TTTANTED -TO MAKE LOANS-WE HAVE
VV from l0.80OtQM6Q,090 to loan on mortgages'
on property in sne city or,couniT oraajouunK
counties; all the details, attended to In person ana
without, publicity. ,JaS.,W, DKAPE 4 CO., US
rourw ayeaue,-.r Kswurg;- " "mj
. 5"" TMiT"-1' ''""
T1TANTED -MORTGAGES LARGE OB
W small. E1V WIXTISH. 410 Grant street,
TV In sums to suit, at 4K, 5 and 6 per cent.
OKAEBING & LYON, 13S Fjmrth ve. apft-el-p
"rn-ANTED-MORTGAGES-iiONEY TO LOAN
tt in soma to suit at vs. 3 ana a per cent.
al.l.es & BAILEY, Ui Fourth are. xei. iw.
TXTANTED-MORTGAtrES ON CITY PBOF7
VV ERTY, over ft 000: 4K ner cent; no tax.'
HENRV A. WEAVEKACO., 82 Fourth avenue.
TITANTEH-LEARN THE ART OF GENTLE
' VV MEN'S rarmcnlrcnttlng; no trying on re
quired; night sessions Monday, Wednesday and
Saturday, fto 9 P.M., 514 Wood St. UKL1NG-&
SON. . ap30-83
WANTED-EVERYBODY TO GET ONE DOZ.
lino cahlnet photos for) 93 centa at
AUFRECHT'SEMTEUALLEBY, S16 Market st,,
Pittsburg, Fa., 'for 30 dars only;olevator: come,
rain or shine; bring children my5-lll
TlTANTEO-EVERYBODY TO JtNOW THAT
,VV . H. Terheyden has laid In a,large stock of
American watches, gold and silver, .that be can
sell as loir as the lowest: remember the place.
HENRY TERHEYDEN, 030 Smlthfleld St.
UTA.NTED-CaSTOMERS FOB CASH BAR
VV GAINS-Elgln, sllverine watches. 85,?7, $S:
Elgin cold ladies'' watches, KO, 3, $S; nickel
clocks 75 cts. : 1W7 Rogers' knives and forks. Si 75
per set. J OHN MITBC'H, Jeweler 130 Federal st.
FOR SALE IMPHOVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-SECOND AVE., NEAR REDOUBT
alley, lot 40X80 feet, with two dwellings: can
be bought at a very reasonable price. Y. A.
HEBRON & SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave. "
FOR SALE-MT. WASHINGTON-ULYSSES
street, nice 2-story house of 8 rooms, hall,
cellar, stable and outbouses; lot 119x114 ft. ; de
sirable and cheap. Send for descriptive list. I.
M. FENNOUK. SON. 105 Fourth avo.
two-story nve-room.brick bouses, Just com
pleted; on Trent St., two minutes' walk trom
Wylle are cable cars: will rent for S16 per month
each: call soon SPENCER GLOSSER. 419
Smlthfleld si. my7-51
FOR SALE-LAWRENCEV1LLE PROPERTY,
Forty-third street, double brick of 6 rooms,
attic, ball, both gases, water, etc.; each well sew
ered and all iu good repair: large lot. running
uacjt in an aucy ; win sea singly or as a wnoic very
10 iv. Call at office,
ULAU& s jjAiiuj, to r ourtn
East End Resiacncem.
FORSALE-THENEW HOUSES AT COLTART
Square, Oakland, areforsaleby W. A. HER
RON A HUNS, No. 80 Fourth avenue. Superin
tendent on the premises. ap20-8o-ws
FOR SALE-A NICE 7-ROOM QUEEN ANNE
framejiwelllng on Mellon street, one square
from Negley avenue, and Sve minutes' walk to
Penn cable: lot 30x110; select neighborhood: price
HGCO. MELLON BROS., 6349 Station St., E. E.
FORSALE OAKLAND RESIDENCE-HAND-SOME
brick residence of JO rooms; hall: ves
tibule; replete with modern conveniences: large
lotwith stable on the rear;, send fordescrlptlve
list. I. M. PENNOCK &SON, 105 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE AN ELEGANT HOME-7-ROOM
brick house, slate roof, bay -window, bath,
dry cellar; in good order: on Margaretta street,
convenient to cable road; near public school;
price (5,600. MELLON BROS.. 6349 Station St.,
E. E. - mys-ioo-wrs
FOR SALE-A PRETTY HOME IN THE EAST
End; paved Street, complete sewerage; Queen
Anne frame dwelling, reception ball, range, bath,
laundry, 9 rooms: a very complete house, close to
P. R.R.: lotWxlbO. and -only $7,500: 'LOOOeash.
balance to suit.- BLACK & BA1RD, 95 Fourth
FOR SALE-ON PENN AVE;, NEAR NEG
LEY, good brick honse of 8 rooms, batb, nat.
gas. etc.; front and back stairways, front and
back porcnes. marble and slate mantels, tile
hearths, elegant shade trees. with lot 50x145. (3,000,
or with lot 25x145, (6,600. THOS. LIGGETT. 114
Fourth ave.- my5-70-Hwrssu
FOR SALE-ON FIFTH AVE., OAKLAND.
lot 34x10 to 20-ft. alley, new brick house, re
ception bail, bath and 12 good rooms: electric
bells, nat. and artificial gas all through thehouse:
good cemented cellar, bay windows and elegant
porclics: good front yard; fl2,000. THOS. LIG
GETT, 114 Fourth ave. myS-70-uw7SSu
FOR SALE-ON SHADY LANE WITHIN 5
minutes' walk .of the proposed electric road,
about 6 acres, with a modern frame dwelling of 7
rooms, stable, orchard of select bearing fruit
trees, grapery, with a fine lawn; the owner wish
ing to remove, will sell much below tbe current
prloeslntbenelghborhood. HENRY A-WEAVER
& CO., 92 Fourth ave. my5-43
FOR SALE-EAST END 'HOME CHEAP
Near Fifth ave. cable cars and convenient to
P. R. R., a new 2-story frame dwelling of Grooms,
bath, hot and cold-water, electrlo bells and burglar
alarms, wired for .Incandescent llffhta. and all
other modern improved conveniences large lot,
good location; this Is a bargain: call for all par
ticulars. BLACK ft BALED, 95 Fourth ave.
OR SALE-A BEAUTIFUL OAKLAND
residence onMeyran ave., near Bates, two
story and mansard brick of 9 rooms, ball, ves
tibule, tile floor, laundry, batb, w. o., stationary
withstands, slate mantels, French plate- glass
mirrors, elegant chandeliers, natural gas, hand
somely papered, etc., and only (8,500; terms
reasonable. BLACK ft BAIRD. 95 Fourth avenue.
TBT4-60-4. , 8, 10, 18, 14, 15
TTIOR SALE-A BEAUTIFUL ROUP ST. HESI
JC DBNCE containing 9 elegantly papered
rooms, 4 or which are on, the first Boor (parlor,
library, dining room, kitchen and hall), batb,
laundrv. natural gas: all modern conveniences;
lot 42x170 feet; this fine home Is In one of the most
desirable locations In the East End, convenient to
P. R. R and Fifth ave. cable cars, and will be
sold cheap, at owner Is leaving the city; call at
office. BLACK ft BAIBD, 65 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-8 PER CENT INVESTMENT-ALLEGHENY
property; now renting for 750;
Erice S3. 500: easy terms. W. W. MCNEILL &
RO., 105 Fourth ave. myS-42
TTIOR SALE ONE OF THE
env. lot 33x130
JL' DENCES on Locust St., Allej
feet, with a new and elemnt bouse of 91arire
rooms; all very latest conveniences; call or send
for particulars. W. A, HEREON ft SONS, No.
80 Fourth ave. my4-92-6,8,10,14
TJ'OR SALE ALLEGHENY HANDSOME
JJ 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;
lotzoxise-ft.: send for descriptive list. L M.
FEN MOCK ft SON, No. 105 Fourth ave.
H nburbao Residences.
FOR SALE-NEXT SATURDAY, MAY 11, AT
3, o'clock, p. jr., near. McKeesport water
H. L. CHRISTY,
30 building lots. W. C SOLES,
FOR SALE-AT BELLEVUE-HANDSOME
modern 2-story frame, houseof 8 rooms, ball,
vestibule, water, both kinds or gas, marble man
tels In every room: one and a half acres ground,
wltb fruits, etc. : very desirable: send for descrip
tive list. I. M. PENNOCK ft SON.-NO. 105 Fourth
FOR 8 ALE-COUNTRY HO M R AT FAIROAKS.
F..FU W.ft C.R. It., embracing between 4 and 5
acres ofland on which is dwelling of 11 rooms. Ice
house, wash 'room, large stable, carriage house
and several out buildings; land Is covered with
bearing fruit trees and large shade trees; dwelling
and stable are supplied with delicious soring
water, and heated and Illuminated with gas at
reasonable expense; premises are connected with
K. R. by board walk, and are unsurpassed in
beauty and healthfulness of location: will be sold
quite low. J. M. STONER, 22 Bakewell Building.
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOE SALE-AT LESS THAN COST OF THE
honse, 115 acres' of superior land adjoining
Monongabela City; coal, limestone, springs,
fenced, highly Improved: 8 acres in fruit; a new,
large brick mansion of 14 rooms, marble mantels
throughout. Inside shutters, bathroom, .cellars,
everything complete and modern style: cost 613,
000: large frame bank barn: also fine horse and
cow sublet, smoke bouse, spring bouse, outbuild
ings: 1 mile from railroad station and town: only
IISOOO, on time; must be teen to be appreciated.
ED. W1TT18H, 410 Grant street, Pittsburg, Pa.,
FOR SALE-MANUFACTURING SITE. FIFTH
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
lilt. I. mT PENNOCK ft SON, 105 Fourth ave.
FOR HALE FUURTH AVE. 3-STOBY BRICK
building; good location: lot 23x110 ft. : send
for descriptive list. L M.. PENNOCK ft SON,
105 Fourth avei my4-47-MWS
FOR SALE-ATLANTIC CITY.N. J. HOTELS,
boarding houses, cottages, lots and batb
honses to let or for sale by-1. G. ADAMS ft CO.,
real estate agents, ileal Estate and Law Building,
Atlantic Citv. N.- Jj apS-9-D
JP ' . WATSON PLACE.
Perrysvllle avenue: Beautiful Building Sites.
PURE AIR AND PURE WATER.
Acre and K-acre sites.
ELECTRIC CARS ,
PASS WATSON PLACE, Perrysvllleave.
One acre and M-acre sites
BEAUTIFUL BlLDlNG SITES,
WATSON PLACE, FerrysvUle ave.
Acre and M-acre sites
ACRE AND H-ACRE SITES, N
On Wauon Place, Perrysvllleave.
On acre and K-scre sites.
CITY WATER ' v ,
At Watson Place, FerrysvUle ave.
One acre and M-acre sites.
On Watson Place, FerrysvUle ave.
i One acre and M-aere sites.
flUECIKIO CARS RUN- EVERY,15 MINUTES
' ,OnFrrytvllIeave. .
Ira vjbcb plana irum . - ,
r, . ' ' ' 8. WATSON .
AiV. PENTBCOiHV4s JQiWrt s
VJBceiana irum , . - , - ljj, --, -J
. w.nsson jriace..
"TTANTED-RENTS COLLECTED l'BOMPT
.tt LY; property managed with satisfaction.
ALLE3 S. BAILKY, 1H Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
COB SALE-LOT CORNER SECOND AVENUE
F ana Ferry street. 70x80 reft: m000; cheap.
BPENCEK & GLOSSKK, 419 Smttbn?ld st. myl-ta
FOR SALE-LOTa, LOTS, LOTS, O.OTS, IN
Dickson plan, Thirty-third sUJOandSSit.
by 100 np to 185 feet each, from S3M to 700 each, on
very easy payments; title-guaranteed: special in
ducements to tbose building nt once. $ee plan and
get full information front THOS. MCCAFFREY,
3309 Butler it. Office open evenings; telephone,
East End Lots.
FOR SALE A.T HOMEWOOD, P. B. K. A
choice lot 24x100, near Lang avenuo and Gra
zier street, near station: price low, S930. MEL
LON BROS, 6349 Station St., E. E. myW-MWI'
FOR HALE-ON HAYS STREET-THK CON
NECTING link between Hlland and Negley
avenues, 5 nicely located lots, corner St. Clair st. :
dry and desirable; HO per foot front. MELLON
BROS., 6W9 Station st., E.E. myS-I-MWg-
FOR SALE -LOTS! LOTS!! LOTS!l!-lN
Bytnes' plan. Eighteenth ward, Klrty-sev-entli
and Butler streets; large, cheap and on easy
payments: send for descriptive list. LB. PLN
iNOCKA SON, 105 Fourth are. my4-47-MWS
FOR SALE CHOICE LOTS AT DALLAS STA
TION. P. R. R.. convenient to steam and
street cars; cheap and on easy terms; sltuatlonnn
enrpasaerl; price ranging from 406 to 600. Inquire
ofD. C. NEGLEY, 6106 Penn ave., East End.
TTIOR SALE FINE LOTS. 401137 FEET
JO alleys: desirable location, easy of access,
wtde streets, ffood wa1s- nonnlar nrlces and ad-
vantsgeous terms, in the Bank of Commerce addl
tibn at Uru-hton. MELLON BROS.. E. E., or
JOHN F.BAXTER, Agt 612 Smlthfleld st.
FOR SALE-LOTS IN THE BAUM GROVE
plan; this property possesses the greatest ad
vantages and can be bought for the lowest prices,
if you consider;locatIon and Improvements: tend
or call ror colored plan. MELLON BROS.. E. E.,
or JOHN F. BAXTER. Agt., M2 Smlthfleld St.
TMOH SALE LOTS-THE iUXTSBTJRG NAT'L
V Banker Commerce has a very few lots left at-
iiEin8narg, an well situated ana very aesiraoie;
alsoatEdgewood; for persons wishing large lots
for less money, they have quite a number pleas
antly situated on the hillside commanding a beau
tiful view of the whole valley: tbey will be sold
free of taxes for 1889 on verv easy terms. Apply at
the BAN K. f e27-fl-ws
FOR SALE-LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street, Allegheny, In
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH McNAUGHER, 43 N. Diamonds:.
TTWR SALE-CHOICE LOTS
I? INGS or manufactory, 126 feet front
Strawberry lane, by loofeet, near Preble ave.,
Ninth ward, Allegheny; easy terms. WM. A.
S1PE, 93 Diamond St., Pittsburg, Pa.
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE BAKERY, DOING GOOD BUSI
NESS: horse, wsgon, store and flxtures.-etc;
centrally located. -ALLES 3c BAILEY, 164 Fourth
ave. TeL 167. myj-50
FOR SALE-A DRUGSTORE IN BEAVER
FALLS, centrally located and doing a good
business; satisfactory reasons for selling; only
those meaning business need write. Address BOX
232, Beaver Falls, Pa. . my8-W
FOR SALE-BOOT, SHOE AND GENT'S FUR
NlSHINGstoreMna nearbv. growing manu
facturing, to wn, doing a cash business: good rea
sons given for selling. JAS. W.
izs Jfourtb avenue, rittsburg.
TTIOR SALE-A GHOCERY-
A HARE OFFOE-
wlll sell at Invoice or Inmn: beat
location on largest avenue In Allegheny: a great
bargain If sold Immediately: owner 19 moving
West. Address A. G. S., Allegheny P. O.
FOR SALE-GOOD PAYING BUSINESS FOR
lady that can tew for about J 1,000: neat little
confectionery and ice cream business, C00: hakery
with horse and wagon, (400; stores oi all kinds;
100 business chances. SHEFABD ft CO.. 54 Fifth
FORSALE-SOUTHWEST CORNER OFWTL1E
ave. and High st.,lot 25x69 ft., with buildings
bringing in -a fair income. W. A. HEHKUN.&
SONS. 80 Fourth ave. myS-65-6, 8, 11,14.16
FOR SALE-TUAT VALUABLE BUSINESS
property, corner Fifth ave. and High St., i
brick bouses, with lot 50x65 ft. ; rents for ,608:
urlce. CO, 000. SPENCER ft GLOSSER, 419 Smith
field st. my7-5I
OR SALE 381 FIFTH AVE.; BUSINES3
property: brick dwelling, 8 rooms and store
room: also 2 brick bouses 4 rooms each in rear; lot
Z4XH) to an alley; rental yearly. Kfi4: price. H,za;
terms to suit. ALLES ft BAILEY, 161 Fourth are.
Tel. 167. my7-49-TUW8
FOR SALE ALLEGHENY SCHENLET
leasehold: on the best part of Ohio street. 3
story brick store and dwelling, and a 6-room
frame honse In the rear, fronting on alley; Send
for descriptive list. L M. EENNOCK ft SON. 105
Fourth ave. my4-47-vws
FORSALE-THE VALUABLE PROPERTIES,
Not. 4503 and 4508 Penn avenue, Pittsburg, to
be sold at Trustees' Public Sale, on Thursday aft
ernoon. May 9, at 3 o'clock, on the premises.
Particulars and circular from JAS. W. DRAPE A
CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. mv8-46
FOH SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Hones. Vehicles. Live Stock, dec
TTIOR SALE-6 HORSES AND CAHT3. IN
JD Q UIRE ofC. H. LOVE, S3 Fourth ave.
EOB SALE-2 DRAUGHT HORSES AND I
, wagons: reason for selling, want of use. In
quire at 551 FIFTH AVE. ray8-30
FOR SALE-AN ALDERNEY COW AND CALF
at the residence ot 11. ENGLISH, Twenty
second ward, city, near Colfax Schoolhouse No. 1.
FOB SALE-HORSES JUST ARRIVED AT
Exposition Driving Park: 50 head extra fine
unving, business and saddle norses. Inquire ror
JAS. MCKEOWN. my7-63
TTIOR SALE-BAY DRIVING HORSE 15
J bands hlgb, 6 years old, soundand all right: an
excellent road horse and a splendid walker. JOS.
B. MCMASTER, Sewlckley. Pa. my7-8S
FOE 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,
Pa. . my7-40
ITOR SALE-2 GOOD HORSES, 6 YEARS OLD,
X? weU broken to harness; will not scare at any
thing; will be sold cbcao for want of nse. For
particulars call at E. GROETZINGER'S, 627 to 629
Penn avenue. my8-31-wihs.
FOR SALE-BLACK MARE, 8 YEARS OLD,
good driver and fine saddler; also phaeton
buggy, nearly new. and set of No. 1 L. and F.
harness; will be sold at a great bargain, at the
owner is leaving city. Can be teen at stables of
THOS. B. MORELAND, 6100 Penn ave., E. .
FOB SALE-HORSES-WILL AERIVEMAY2,
at tbe Exposition Driving Park, 20 head ot
extra fine Kentucky horses, among them some
extra flue 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. McNallyandPortenft
Donaldson, of tills city, and Invites tbose in need
of anything In his line to Inspect stock. my2-70
lUnchkberx and Metals.
FOR SALE-1 UPRIGHT TUBULAR BorLEB,
20-H. power, 1 Attls soap press, 3 dies, 2 Iron
kettles, 11 soap frames, 1 ia0C0-lb. kettle and 1
large mix tub. Call or address J. B. BERLIN,
Boss St., city. mys-10
T7OR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
J? boilers; all sizes and styles' kept la stock, from
4 to 100 b. p.; all refitted; good as new, at lowest
rices; mounted portable engines, 8 to 23b. p.
1-25 Park way. J. S. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa.
FOR SALE-28X43 CORLISS ENGINE: ONLY
run a year; can be seen in operation; price
on application; also a new Strange Co. stavema
chine, all complete: capacity 10,000 in 10 hours;
will sell at low figure. J. A. MCCORMICK, 150
First ave. anl-p32-UW7
TTIOR SALE-CONTRACTORS' MACHINERY:
JD one 74xl2-inch double engine, double drum:
others large and small, with single or double
friction drums; wire and manlla rope, centrifugal
pumps, etc.; two S6x4S-lnch horizontal engines
with flywheels. THOMAS CAHLIN'S SONS. cor.
Lacock and Sandusky sts.. Allegheny. Jal7-uw7
FOR SALE-A FINE UPRIGHT PIANO OF A
first-class make: nsed only 4 months: will be
sold at a sacrifice: owner mutt leave tbe city. Ad
dress at once H. U. S Dispatch office.
PERSONAL-BOOKS WANTED IF YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth 11,000, let us know: we will buy one as
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK STOKEf
Seventh Ave. Hotel building.
PERSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE,
mother or daughters In repairing and clean
ing your old clothes, when It can be done for tr
trifle by-DlCKSON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood tt., second floor? Chargea moderate:
faculties unsurpassed: suits madeto order: spring
styles now read v. Telephone 1538. tubs.
-QERSONAL TRUTH AGAINST THE
JT world To the thousands of men and women
who suffer with either headache, backache, dys
pepsia, catarrh, rheumatism, neuralgia, scrofula,
blood poison, old tores, discbarges, etc., "and
other' weaknesses from whatever cause, Ta-va-zon
Specific Remedies are nneqnaled. Tbey positively
cure when all other means fall. By their use dis
eases disappear like dew before the midday sun:
Indorsed by theleadingphyslclantofEurope and
America; aro pure, safe and reliable for all dis
eases that flesh Is heir to. See sworn home testi
mony at DR. GRIFFITH'S CHEMICAL CO., 881
Grant tt, cor. Third ave., Pittsburg, Fa. Cat
this out. - myg-67
LUST- BETWEEN SHADYSIDE STATION
snd'Old City Hall and return, an enameled
jeweled lace pin. Finder will be rewardtd.hy
leaving at J. C. GROGAN'Sf corner Fifth ate.
and Market at. -" roy8-54'
71 Diamond street,
- Second door above Saalthfleld. -t :
,'A - va,. "'iaSii'.w'K it
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TOLET-TOTLIX AVE., WEiLH ERIN ST., A
2-s tory and 'mansard 'brick dwelling or 10
elegant rooms', bath room, ball, both cases, h.and
e. water,, laundry, etc.; good neighborhood:
shade tree ltf front: reasonable rent. BLACK Jt
BAIKD, Fourth sve. ror3-33
,; East End Residences.
TO LET-VURNISHED-ITOR THE SUMMER,
a. very desirable East End residence of 12
rooms; large-grounds; beautifully located on Penn
avenue; near Point Breeze. W. A. HEKKON
it SONS, 60 Fonrth avenue. mj7-48
To let-my HOUSE, THIRTEEN BOOMS,
at Laurel Station, Ft. Wayne road, aU mod
ern improvements, stable and carnage house, two
acres ground, with liver view. Inquire on prem
ises, or at 219 Lacoclc street, Allegheny. WM.T.
TO LET-OR FOR SALE-A 10 ROOM DWELL
ING house, one ;acre ground, shade and
fruit trees, and all modem conveniences; the
most healthful place in tbe county; six miles up
iVest Penu It. K.: 3 minutes' walk from station.
For particulars inquire S. MUSGBAVE. No. 44
Fourth street. apSS-ZMrwrsu
TO LET-BESTAURANT-4315 BUTLEB ST.:
In running order; s desirable stand: only
one saloon In the ward; it's soluble for other bus
iness also. my8-S9
TO LET-A FURNISHED FRONT BOOM,
with first-class board, on Mlnon ave., Alle
gheny ; reference required. Address H. S.. Dis
patch office. my3-21
FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
tableware, eta cheanest house
keeping arrangements in city. 4i LOGAN ST.
Alto 1 room for same at 164 FOURTH AVE.
fr TJCTION SALE GRAND CLOSING OUT
J sale at public auction of our entire stock
of drygoods, notions and gents' lurnishine
goods, to quit business. Sale positive. Sale,
commencing on WEDNESDAY EVENING.
May 8, at" 7:30 p. jr., and will continue every
evening-until entire stock is disposed of.
my8-24 123 Wylle ave., Pittsburg. Pa.
Y JAS. W. DKAPE 4 CO.
Assignees sals of Hi acres of land In the
West End. near terminus of West End street
cars, fronting on Corinth and Catharine streets.
To be sold at
MONDAY AFTERNOON. MAY20, Ar D. 1SS9,
at 2 o'clock on the premises.
MILLER & MCBBJLDE,
JAS. "W. DRAPE & CO
Agents and Auctioneers, 129 Fourth avenue,
Of Household Furniture, Horses,
Cows, Barouche, Buggy, Farm
ing Utensils, Etc., Etc
Will be sold by auction, by order of tbe Ex
ecutors ot the estate of John Scott, deceased,
a this late residence, corner of Forbes street
and Shady lane.
THURSDAY, MAY 9. at 10 o'clock a. sl.
Tho entire household furniture, consisting of
kitoben utensils, dining room furniture, glass
and chlnaware, chamber sets in mahogany,
oak and walnut, parlor and library 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, buggy, sleigh, car, together with the
entire stable outfit and farm implements.
This sale furnishes an opportunity seldom
offered, as the entire fumishment 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,
TJROPOSALS FOR TOWTNG-T.S. ENGI
V necr Office, Cincinnati, April 25, 1SS9.
Sealed proposals, in duplicate, for furnishing
a tow boa, t for service in connection with the
Ohio river dredges during the season of 18S9
will be received at this office nntil 12 ST. 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 JFebruarvSa. 1885 and February 23,
IS. WM. E. MERRILL, Lieut. Col. of Engi
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-SEALED
proposals will be received at No.521 Liber
ty ave. until 4 o'clock P. jr. Wednesday, May 15,
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.
PROPOSALS FOR MACHINERY-TJ. a
Engineer Office, Cincinnati, April 27. 1889.
Sealed proposals. In duplicate, for furnishing
and delivering the operating machinery for
Lock No. 8, Monongahela river, wiU be re
ceived at this office until 12 M.. local time, on
Thursday, the 6th day of June. 1889. Approxi
mate weights; wrought iron, 17,021 lbs.; cast
iron, 30,618 Bs.; steel. 783 Ss. All information
furnished on application. The attention of
bidders is invited to the acts of Congress ap
proved Feb. 28, 1835, and Feb. 23, 1887. WM. E.
MERRILL, Lieut. Col. of Engineers.
NOTICE-TO CONTRACTORS AND SEW
ER pipe dealers Sealed proposals will
be received by the Councils of the borough of
Greensburg, Pa., until tbe 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
will' be required. Bids will be received for the
material, and work separately or as a whole.
Plans and specifications otthe 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
"PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES-TJ. B.
JL Engineer Office, 507 West Chestnut street,
Louisville, Ky., May 2, 1889. Sealed proposals
In duplicate will be received at this office until
1 1. M. (local time), on Monday, the 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. IS0Q. The
attention of bidders is Invited to acts of Con
gress of February 26, 1S85, and February 23,
1887, volume 23, page 332. and volume 24, page
414, statutes at large. Preference will be given
to articles of domestic production or manu
facture, conditions of quality and price being
equal. Tbe right is reserved to reject any and
all bids. Specifications and printed forms for
proposals' will he furnished on application to
tbe undersigned. AMOS STICK NEY, Major
of Engineers, TJ. S. A. my5-23-5.6.7 8,jel,2
M A V INAUGURATION OF THE
I IVI1..X tfEW EXPOSITION BUILDING.
AFTERNOCLVS j 0'dn2VSThedar'
SEASON TICKETS ZT'
The sale of tickets for Single Concerts will be
gin on MONDAY, May 13, at 9 A. M.
$12' 50, $8 and $5 for season tickets.
Fi XI and oOc for slnirle
tickets. Boxes seating six, $100
for the season.
.' . Matinee to-day at 2.
t. DAVY CROCKETT.
Next week Fat Men's Clnb.
GRAND OPERA HOU8E.
B08TON IDEAL OPERA COMPANY.
TO-DAY'S- MATINEE. MARTHA."
TO-NIGHT, "CARMEN." .
Week May 13 Rice's "The Corsair" and
TT ARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
atlnees Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday,
ilUOS JUA.I I'HISAT,
The Wonderful Dog Trix. and Clifton's Ranch
- King Company. myo-20
Tbe steamer Mayflower will leave foot of
Wood st. af 730" F. H THURSDAY. May 9,
for Davis Island Dam, returning at 11 F. Jr.
Good musicand dancing. Fare round trip 25c
T C. 8TR0UP
BANDBOX NOW OPEN.
J 36. UNION ST;
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BtrsExtr ot- Fire. PrrrsBrrao. Pa. L
CJ BALED PROPOSALS WHJti BE R
jj CE1 VED at the office of the City Control
ler until MONDAY. May 13, 1SS9, at2 F. ac, fof
repairs of engine houses Nos. 2 and 8.
Plans and specifications can be seen at tn
office of F. C; Sauer, Architect, corner Sixt
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.
Tbe Department of Awards reserves the nstt
to reject any or all bids.
J. O. BROWN, .
My 1-60 Chief Department Public Safety.
CJEPARATE AND SEALED PROPOSALS
p will be received at the' office of the City
Controller until; May 13, 18S9, at 2 p. if., for
altering and repairing No. 7 Police Station. '
Plans and specifications can he seen at th
oflice of the Superintendent of the Bureau of
Bonds' in double tbe amount of each bid wili
be required; said bonds' to be, probated below
tbe Jlavor or City Clerk,
The Department of Awards reserves the right
to reject any or all bids.
J. O. BROWN. I
Chief of the Department of Public Safety. '
SEALED PROPOSALS WILI, BE RE
CEIVED at the office of City Controller
until the 8th.day of May.A- D.. 1889, at 2 P. it,
for laying water pipe on tho following streets:
10,600 feet 4-inch. Negley avenue, from Fena
avenue to Bryant street.
120 feet 4-inch, Rose street, from Grove
street to Concord alley.
320 feet 4-lncb. Concord alley, from Reed
street to Rose street.
250 feet 4-iucb, Morris street, from Carolina)
1,700 feet 6-in cb,.Grazier street, from Home
wood avenue to city line.
750 feet 6-incb, Grazier street, from Murt!an4
avenne to Dallas avenue.
COO feet 6-incb, Boquet street, from Fifth ave
2S0feetC-incb, Holmes street, from end of
pipe to Fifty-second street.
500 feet 6-incb, Holmes street, from Fifty,
second street to McCandless avenue.
600 feet 6-incb, Holmes street, from Fifty
third street to Fifty-fourth street.
500 feet 6-incb, Farragut street, from Stanton
930 feet 6-incb. Euclid avenue, from Center
averrue to Mignonette street.
1,200 feet 6-inch, Amber street, from Bama
street to Penn avenue.
L100 feet 6-incb, Webster avenue, from Thirty-third
street to CIsrissa street.
2G5 feet 6-ln ch. Ivy street, from Walnut street
to Howe street.
2,100 feet 6-incb, Margaretta street, from HI.
land avenue to Clearvlew street.
650 feet 6-inch, Gross street; from Cypress
street to Liberty avenue.
250 feet 6-inch. Smallman street, from Thirty
sixth street to Thirty-seventh street.
700 feet 6-inch. Lilac street, from end of nine
to Ellsworth avenue.
500 feet 6-incb. Lenora street, from Shetland
street to Joseph street.
150 feet 6-inch, Iyanhoe street, from Mageel
1,000 feet 6-Inch. Park avenue, from Rowan
600 feet 6-Inch, Thompson street, from Shet
land street to King street.
1,500 feet 6-incb, Dallas avenue, from Penn
600 feet 6-incb, Conklrag street, from Wylla
avenue to Webster avenue.
400 feet 6-lnoh, 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-incb, Kaercher avenue, from Btge
low street to Forrester street.
260" feet 6-incb, Jone3 avenue, from Twenty
ninth Street east.
300 feet 6-incb, 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 6-incb. Susquehanna street, from
Homewood avenne to Dunfermline street.
650 feet 6-incb. Kelly street, rom Homewood
avenue to Sterrett street.
650 feet 6-incb, Bennett street, from Home
wood avenue to Lang avenue.
310 feet 8-incb, Clawson street, from Grazier
street to Susquehanna street.
600 feet 6-incb. Evaline avenue, from Liberty
avenue to Harriett street.
275 feet 6-incb, Edwin street, from Adleff
1.375 feet 8-incb, Forty-ninth street, from
Butler street to north side of A. V. R. R,.
12,000 feet, more or less, 30 Inch on
Hlland avenue, from Reservoir to Bryant
Bryant street, from Hlland avenue to St,
Clair street. '-..
Ct. mat,. .Hu.f fMm tlrvfl M-.-fc J1 M ffftvS.,
Baum street, from St. Clair street to Negley
Negley avenue, from Baum street to Roup
Roup street, from Negley avenue to Ells
3,000 feeV 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.
FIRE HYDRANTS- '
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, mure or less, 8-inch gate valves.
5, more' or less. 10-lnch gate valves.
20, more or less, 13-Inch gate valves.
10, more or less, 16-inch gate valves.
15, more or less, 20-inch gate valves.
18, more or less, 24-tnch gate valves.
H, more or less, 30-Inch gate valves.
500, more or less, K-Inch.
300. more or less, -inch.
200, more or less, ,-inch.
100, mdre or less, 1-inch.
25 reels, mare or less, best American hemp
packing. , s -
10 Vales, more or less, best white cotton waste.
500 pounds, more or less, best pure sheet gun
200 pounds, more or less, best square gum
200 pounds, mors or less, best 2 and 3-ply can
250, more or less, gate boxes.
100, more or less, plug boxes.
For specifications, blanks on which bids must
be made and all other information, apply as
the office of Superintendent of Water Supply ,
and Distribution. I
Each proposal mnst be accompanied by a,
bond in double the amount of the estimated
cost, probated before the Mavor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserve the right
to reject any or all bios.
E. M. BIGELOWr
Chief of Department of Public Works.
fTVHE OCEAN HOUSE
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ J
Now open. under old management
f 22-31-lVJ J. A. RETD.
THE GHALFONTE. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
MOVED TO THE BEACH.
ENLAROED AND IMPROVED. .
UNSURPASSED OCEAN VIEW.
Saltwater baths In the house. Elevator.
apl6-81-D E. ROBERTS 4 SONS.
T EDFORD MINERAL 8PRINGS,
D BEDFORD, PENNA.
Leading mountain resort. Water un equaled.
Hotel newly furnished. Toerge's Orchestra.
Opens June 8. Write for circular.
ap7-87-D L. B. DOTY. Manager.
GRESSON SPRINGS. PENNA. MAE
line Pennsylvania Railroad, on top of
THE MOUNTAIN HOUSE
Will open Jun 25. All trains stop at Crsssen.
For circulars, etc.. address
WM. R. DUNHAM, 8upt
my7-2-D3u Cresson, Cambria Co.. Pa.
Lawrence Bank-of Prrismuito. I
Ptttsbueo, Pa., May 1, ISS&J
DIVIDEND-THE BOARD OF DIRES
TORS of this bank bave this day declared'
a dividend of THREE PER CENT on tbe
capital stock out of the profits of tbe last SIX
months, payable on demand.
my2-2-p JOHN HOERR, Cashier.
BrVH)END THE BOARD OF DIRECT.
ORS of tbe Grocers' Supply and Storage .
have this day declared a dividend of (ST 50)
SEVEN TJ0LLAR3 AND FIFTV CENTS
per share on the capital stock, payable forth
with at the office of the companv, 13 to 7t"
Seventh street. ANDEEW STRAIN.
Pittsbubo, Pa., May 6. 1889. mjg-49 f
Bank of Pittsbtjug. May 7. 18S
DIVIDEND THE PRESIDENT AND DI
RECTORS of this bank bave this dar de
clared a. dividend of THREE (3) PER CENT
on Its capital stock out of the profits of the last
six months, payable to stockholders, or. their
legal representatives, on and after" the I7taV
inst free of all tax whatsoever.
my8-39 W. ROSEBURG. Cashier.
81 AND 83 FIFTH AVENUE.
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