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THE PITTSBURG- DISPATOHTHURSDAY, V MAT1 9, 1889.
I SUPBMQB GENERAL.
llie Head of the Holy Ghost Order,
With a Wonderful History,
AER17E8 IS PITTSBDBG A YISITOB.
The Most Distinguished Guest the Catholic
College Has Had.
SOMETHING OP THE OEDEE'S GEOWTH
Yesterday morning the Very Eev. Father
Ambrose Emonet, Superior General of the
Holy Ghost Order, arrived in Pittsburg, ac
companied by the Very Her. Father Strub,
Provincial of this country, who had gone to
meet him in 2"ew Tork, and by the Very
Bev. p Huvetys, Provincial of the order
in Ireland, and Superior of the -well-known
college of Blackrock, Dublin, which has
held for so many years the first place in the
Intermediate and Eoyal University exam
inations instituted in that country.
This being the first visit of the kind made
by the Superior General to the houses of the
order in this country, it may not be out of
place to say something about the career of
him who at the present moment holds this
Born March 26, 1828, in a little town situ
ated amid the Alps, at the foot of Mt. Blanc,
near Annecy, Savoy, he was thus a com
patriot ot the great St. Francis de Sales, so
BEUOW2TED FOB HIS LEABXEfO,
his sweetness of character and his mis
sionary labors as Bishop of Geneva. After
making his profession, March 19, 1850 in
the Order of the Holy Ghost, shortly after
its foundation, and under the founder him
self, the venerable Father Libermann, the
young missionary was employed as pro
lessor in the theological seminary of the
order. Shortly after he was sent to the
"West Indies, where he labored most suc
cessfully for over 20 years, and. where he
founded in Martinique the famous College
tf St. Pierre, of which he was for a long
time President. From thence he was trans
ferred to Cayenne as Prefect Apostolic of
the entire nrovince of Guiana, South
In 1681 he was recalled to Paris, where,
alter the death of the third Superior Gen
eral, Very Bev. Frederick Xevavasseur, he
was, in turn, elected General of the order
by unanimous vote, on August 26. 1882.
Thcughhe has passed through such a
long and laborious career, amid the fever
hospitals of Cayenne and in the tropical
climate of the "West Indies, he still betrays
no sign of age; but with an imposing and
dignified appearance, and with a meek and
benign countenance, iike his fellow country
man, St Francis, he exhibits the splendid
physique of a native of the famous Alps.
A STJLKVEIiOUS GKOWTH.
Seven years ago. when entering upon his
high office, he received from his worthy and
venerable predecessors a legacy of 76 houses
of the order, with 631 professed members and
456 clerical aspirants preparing to become
members, while to-day the order counts 99
houses, 861 professed members and 787 aspi
rants. It may be well to add that in America
there are 20 houses of the order; several in
France, Italy, Ireland, Portugal and Aus
tralia, while in Africa alone there are 55
different houses, with 248 missionaries toil
ing for the regeneration and elevation of the
colored race with a zeal which is inspired
by no earthly or human prospect, and with
a success to which the greatest of Africa's
explorers, De Brazza and Stanley, have
borne the most flattering testimony.
- MDEPHI ON PROHIBITION.
B Edward Will Talk on the Subject on
tho Sontbslde To-NIcbt.
other large meeting in favor of the
v . "itutional amendment was held at
Salisbury Hall, Southside, last night. Will
J. McConnell was the principal speaker.
Owing to the fact that Salisbury Hall is
engaged for other purposes this evening,
the meeting to-night will be held in ihe
Bingham Street M. E. Church. Edward
Murphy will assist at the meeting.
DALZELL IS K0T SCAEED.
He Still Hope to Capture the Postofllee for
Congressman John Dalzell went to New
York last night but not on political busi
ness, he remarked. "When told that Quay
had given up that he would land McKean
in the Pittsburg Postoffice in a few days, he
"L have heard tnat sam lor tne past six
weeks, but I notice no change has been
Allcock's are the only genuine porous; plas
ters. They act quickly and with certainty,
and can be worn for weeks without causing
pain or inconvenience. They are invaluable in
cases of spinal weakness, kidney and pulmon
ary difficulties, malaria, ague cake, liver com
plaint, dyspepsia, strains, rheumatism, lum
bago, sciatica, heart spleen and stomach
troubles, and all local pains.
Beware of Imitations, and do not be deceived
by misrepresentations. Ask for Allcock's, and
let so explanation or solicitation induce you to
accept a substitute. Th
Tonne Blood Wins Every Time.
Five years ago we stepped into the ring
with three of the greatest battle guns known
to the commercial world. Low prices, solid
values and enterprise were our bulwark
while we battled year by year, determined
to knock out old focy methods and old war
prices until from the little midget, which
we then" were, we have become the giant of
to-day. We've been wonderfully success
ful. 'Our bright, new and honest ways of
doing business seem to take the public's
fancy, and look through the newspapers
any day you will jou'll see our methods
copied and our advertisements stolen bodily.
WhA other concerns are doing apparently
nothing, call at the P. C. C. C. and you'll
see a crowd of busy, satisfied buyers, hav
ing their wants supplied by gentlemanly
salesmen. -Just now we are selling as a
leader men's fine suits at $10 (and we'll
stake $1,000 that these suits can't be pro
duced elsewhere under $18). They are made
from costly cheviots, Bannockbnrns, cork
screws, worsteds, tweeds and cassimeres,
and lined and trimmed with the best silk
Unished serge. Call at once and secure one
of these big bargains. P. C. C. C, corner
Grant and Diamond streets, opposite the
new Court House.
Beat Yelret Carpets na Cheap na Insralns
The special offering of 10,000 yards best
velvet carpets at 51 per yard (sold at 51 50
everywhere) will continue during the com
ing week. Borders to match all patterns.
ihs 627 and 629 Penn avenue.
Special Bargain Sale
Of books at The People's Store begins in
the basement on Friday, 10th inst; 500 dif
ferent titles of the Home Series, from "Pil
grim's Progress" to the latest novel, at 5
cents per volume, t Campbell &Dick.
Walk and be Happy.
In purchasing furniture, go where you can
got the best goods for the least money, and
you can do this by walking a short distance
Irom our principal retail streets, to the man
ufacturing establishment of H. Seibert &
Co., cor. Lacock and Hope streets, near rail
road bridge, Allegheny. D
Toe Best That Is Blade.
tTse Marvin's rve bread made by German
bakers, and equal to any made in conti
nental Europe. tts
Silk, mitt and gloves, 19cfo fl 25a pair;
excellent values, at Eosenbaunv&Co.'i.
TAFFY FOR D. A. S.
General Waster Workman Powderly Gives
It HeSay the District Standi Higher
Than He Doe Sot In Town.
Master "Workman Boss, of D. A. 3K. of
L., yesterday reoeived s long letter from
General Master "Workman Powderly. This
is considered proof that the chief of the
Knights was not in the city on Tuesday
night He upholds Mr. Boss' protest
against the granting of a charter to the glass
packers, who desire to form a national
trades district, taking in other workmen
around the factories. He says :
No charter will be issued to any assembly of
mixed occupations under the guise ot national
trades assemblies, and the general secretary
treasurer is instructed to that effect. Tho Gen
eral Executive Board is made to administer
and execute the laws, and until D. A. 3 surren
ders its territory to another mixed D. A. it will
not be granted by the board, no matter what
influence Is brought to bear against the law or
on the G. E. B.
After speaking on another snbject Mr.
Put some of nj critics In my place, Bro.
Ross, for the past Ave years, and think for a
moment whether tbey would not make as many
mistakes as I did. Thenasktbesemenwhether
they should not stand by the head of this order
while he is doing his best, honestly, if not ably;
still his best, and in the performance of that
duty is only making such mistakes as any ordi
nary mortal might make under the circum
stances. D. A 3 stands higher than Powderly.
He is only the agent of the order and he wants
to best serre it if he can do so. How can
he best serve D. A 3t Will some of those who
are in earnest in that D. A advise him, and
will they take off their coats and do their
sharer If they do that D. A 3 will then stand at
the head as it once stood.
The remainder of the communication, al
though important would not be given
by Mr. Boss. He also received a letter from
General Secretary John "W". Hayes, saying
that no application had been received for a
charter for a D. A. or an N. D. A. from L.
A. 1653, composed of glass packers.
THE CATHOLIC SOLD.
Jeremiah and Paul DunlevyHave Purchased
The Pittsburg Catholic, one of the oldest
religious papers in the United States, was
sold yesterday by the proprietor, Jacob
Porter, to Jeremiah and Paul Dunlevy, of
the firm of "Walker Dunlevy & Bro., pork
packers. The negotiations for the sale have
been going on for a long time past and they
were consummated yesterday by the transfer
of the property.
A call was made upon the late proprietor
yesterday for information in regard to the
matter. "Mr. Porter did not deny that the
paper had been sold, but would say nothing
about the details.
The paper was established in Marcb.,1844,
by P. F. Barlow, who came to
this city from Cincinnati. Mr. Porter
entered the office as a compositor
about the time the first issue appeared. In
July, three years later, the paper went to
the wall, and upon the solicitation of Bishop
O'Conner, who was then at the head of this
diocese, Mr. Porter purchased the plant
He has been the sole proprietor ever since.
It could not be learned yesterday what the
consideration was. The paper will be en
tirely remodeled by the new proprietors.
Tonne Blood Win Every Time.
Five years ago we stepped into the ring
with three of the greatest battle guns known
to the commercial world. Low prices, solid
values and enterprise were our bulwark
while we battled year by year, determined
to knock out old fogy methods and old war
prices until from the little midget which
we then were, we have become the giant of
to-day. "We've.been wonderfully successful.
Our bright new and honest ways of . doing
business seem to take the public's fancy,
and look through the newsnapers any day
you will, you'll see our methods copied and
our advertisements stolen bodily. "When
other concerns are doing apparently nothing,
call at the P. C. C. C. and you'll see a crowd
of bnsy, satisfied buyers, having their wants
supplied by gentlemanly salesmen. Just
now we are selling as a leader men's fine
suits at $10 (and we'll stake $1,000 that
these suits can't be produced elsewhere un
der $18). They are made from costly
cheviots, Bannockbnrns, corkscrews,
worsteds, tweeds and cassimeres, and lined
and trimmed with the best silk-finished
serge. Call at once and secure one of these
big bargains. P. C. C. C, torner Grant
and Diamond streets, opposite the new.
XXX 1855, Pure Eye "Whisky, full
quart j ,$2 00
Monogram Pure Eye Whisky, fall
quart 1 76
Extra Old Cabinet, Pure Eye, "Whis
ky, full quart 1 50
1879 Export, Pure Eye WTiisky 1 25
1880 Export, Pure Eye Whisky 1 00
For sale by G. W. Schmidt, 95 and 97
I Fifth ave., city.
Removal of H. Holtzman & 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 onr manufact
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
overirom our auction sale at greatly re
duced prices. H. Holtzman & Sons,
111 Market st.
Direct From Farla.
A large case of new goods, direct
Paris, has just been cleared through the
Custom House by Mr. "W. W. Wattles,
Jeweler.of 30 and 32 Fifth ave. Some of the
most beautiful onvx clocks ever seen in this
city are in this shipment A new bronze
bust of rare beauty is also worthy of special
note. See our magnificent window display
of French novelties for confirmation of the
above. 30 and 32 Fifth ave.
Old Country Rye Bread.
Parties who have traveled in continental
Europe declare that Marvin's pure rye
bread is the only bread that they are able to
get in this vicinity which is equal to that of
the old country. Marvins baker's are na
tives of Germany and the bread they make
is certainly delicious. All grocers keep it
Excursions to Cincinnati.
The Pennsylvania lines will sell excursion
tickets to Cincinnati on May 13 and 14 at
rate of one fare for the round trip, for the
Encampment of Sons of Veterans, good for
return passage until May 20, 1889. mwp
Velvet Carpets at SI a Yard.
The great sale of velvet carpets at 51 a
yard is making business lively at Groet
zinger's Penn avenue carpet palace. Come
in and look at them before it is too late.
They are worth 51 50 per yard. They sell
on sight; people who don't need them for
present use are buying. "We store good3
withoufcharge until you want them, xhs
A desirable lot of 15c plaids going for 10c
at our bargain counter, along with the 5c
books. The People's Store.
Campbell & Dick.
Dbapeby nets, Spanish, Chant illy and
escnrial flouncings at exceedingly low
prices, at Eosenbaum & Co.'s.
Dresses Along With the Books.
Buntings, bright colors, worth 12Jc, at 5c
per yard in same bargain department as the
5-cent books. Come to The People's Store,
Friday,-10th. Campbell & Dick.
Db. S. J. Tebbtjegh and wife departed
this morning for California to take a sum
mer vacation. His numerous patients will
feel his absence, but no doubt will hail his
return with pleasure.
Beer, Ale and Malt Extracts for salebv
G, W. Schmidt, 95 and 97 Fifth ave.
The Now Brighton Road Is Free of Toll Until
At the meeting of the Bellevuo Councils
Tuesday night J. D. "Watson, Esq., intro
duced two resolutions, one to instruct the
Justices of tHe Peace in the borough under
the act of Assembly to open the New Bright
on turnpike free from toll until it is proper
ly repaired, and the other to call a public
meeting of the electors to decide on whether
they will be annexed to Allegheny or not.
The first resolution was carried, the sec
ond was defeated, Mr. "Watson said that
the New Brighton turnpike in its present
condition is not safe to drive over, and must
he repaired first before the company can
legally collect toll.
He said further that there is a strong
sentiment in the community to be joined to
Allegheny. As a result of having no fire
engines he claims that the increased rates of
insurance the people payamount to as much
as the increase in taxes charged in the city.
They have no officers to protect them or en
force sanitary measures, and Mr. "Watson
thinks it is much better to join Allegheny
than to spend $50,000 that must be "bonded
to improve the borough, when the city
would assume the bonded indebtedness for
HEAL ESTATE SAVINGS BANK, LTJIL,
401 Sralthfleld Street, cor. Fourth Avenue.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, 45000.
Deposits of $1 and upward received and
interest allowed at 4 per cent Tts
LODGE 45, F. A A M., WILL HOLD A
special meeting in the new Freemasons'
Hall, Fifth avenue, on Thursday evening, May
9, I8S9, at 6 o'clock sharp for work.
By order of
my9-2 w. M.
-VTOTWE-TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
LN My wjfe, Mary Todd, having left my bed
and board on 1th day of April, 18S9, without just
cause. L after this date, refuse to pay any bills
contracted by her.
my9-84 JAMES T. TODD.
Bank or Pittsburg. May 7, 18S9.
DIVIDEND THE PRESIDENT AND DI
RECTORS of this bank have this day de
clared a dividend of THREE (3) PER CENT
on its capital stock out oftbe proots of the last
six months, payable to stockholders, or their
legal representatives, on and after the 17th
inst, free of all tax whatsoever.
myS-39 W. ROSEBURG. Cashier.
Department of Pcblio Safety,
Bureau of Fire. Pittsburg. Pa.
EALED PROPOSALS WILL BE BE
CEIVED at the office of the City Control-
until MONDAY, May 13, 18S9, at 2 P. St., for
repairs of engine houses Nos. 2 and 6.
Plans and specifications can De seen at the
office of F. C. Sauer, Architect corner Sixth
and Liberty streets.
Bonds in double the amount of bids must ac
company each proposal, said bonds to be pro
bated before the Mayor or City Clerk; '
The Department of Awards reserves the right
to reject any or all bids.
J. O. BROWN,
Myl-60 Chief Department Public Safety.
SEPARATE AND SEALED PROPOSALS
will be received at the office of the City
Controller until May 13, 1BS9, at 2 r. jr., 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 the amount ot each bid will
be required; said bonds to be probated before
the Slnyor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves the right
to reject any or all bids.
Chief of the Department of Public Safety.
EENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTI
TUTE, Troy, N. Y.
Examinations for admission to this, the old
est School of Engineering in the United States,
will bo held in onJuneS, 1SS9. Can
didates will be examined in the following sub
jects: Spelling, English grammar, geography,
arithmetic, algebra, through equations of the
2d 'degree inclddlng radicals and in plane
teometry. The examinations will ba wholly
written, and a fee of $5 will be required of each
candidate. Place of examination given about
May 20. See this paper. For farther informa
tion address D, M. GREENE, Direotor.
ap30-73-TT8 Troy, N. Y.
PROPOSALS FOR TOWING-U. S. ENGL
neer Office, Cincinnati, April 25, 1889.
bealed proposals, in duplicate, for furnishing
a towboat for service in connection with the
Ohio river dredges during the season of 18S9
will be received at this office until 12 jr. on
Monday, the 27th day of May 1889. All infor
mation furnished on application. The atten
tion of bidders is invited to the acts of Congress
approved February 26. 1S8S and February 23,
18S7. WM. E. MERRILL, Lieut Col. of Engi
VfOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-SEALED
L proposals will be received at No.521 Liber
ty ave. until 4 o'clock p. jr. Wednesday, May 15,
1SSS, 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.
ray5-5-D S21 Liberty ave.
PROPOSALS FOR MACHINERY U. a
Engineer Office, Cincinnati, April 27, 1889.
bealed proposals. In duplicate, for furnishing
and delivering the operating machinery for
Lock; No. 8, Monongahela river, will be re
ceived at this office until 12 M.. local time, on
Thursday, the 6th day of Jnne, 1SS9. Approxi
mate weights: wrought iron, 17,021 Bs.; cast
iron, 35,618 s.: steel, 7S6 lis. AH information
furnished on application. The attention of
bidders is invited to the acts of Congress ap-
roved Feb. 28, 1S85, and Feb. 23, 1887, WU E.
ERRILL, Lieut Col. of Entrlneers.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS AND SEW
ER pipe dealers Sealed proposals will
be received by the Councils of the borough of
Greensburg, Pa., until the 20th day ot 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 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 rljrht to reject
any or all bids. CYRUS T. LONG. Borough
AT A V INAUGURATION OF THE
1U X ifEW EXPOSITION BUILDING.
AFTERNOONS j 0l Sgfe8 The"
SEASON TICKETS Mic &?
The sale of tickets for Single Concerts will be
gin on MONDAY, May 13, at 9 A at
$12 60, $8 and $5 for season tickets.
53, sz, si ana cue lor single
tickets. Boxes seatinc six, 5100
for the season.
The celebrated Steinway Grand Piano used
at the Festival concerts. my9
pi RAND OPERA HOUSE.
BOSTON IDEAL OPERA COMPANY.
TtJ-NIGflT "LION OF PERU."
Week May 13-Rlce's "The Corsair" and
Next week Fat Men's Club.
TT ARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
MISS MAY TREAT,
The Wonderful Dog Trix, and Clifton's Ranch
King Company. my5-20
The steamer Mayflower wUl leave foot of
Wood st at 7 JO P. JL, THURSDAY, May 9,
for Davis Island Dam, returtune at D. r. u.
Good music .and dancing. Fare round trip 25c.
1&-Ditplay aOverttoementt one dollar per
iquare for one interUon, Classified adverttte
menu on thUpage ruchat Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, e&, ten eenlt per line for each inser
tion, and none taken or tett thanflftt eenlt.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
' BRANCH OFFICES.
For tho accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be reoeived up to 8. P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already bare accounts with The DIS
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, SK9 Butler street.
EMU, G. STUCKEY, Z4th street and Fenn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY A CO., Wylle are. and Fulton St.
U. STOKELY, ruth Avenne Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, ClztPenn avenue.
MCALLISTER ft EHEIBLEB, Sth av. & AtWOOd St
JACOB SPOHN, No. I Carson street
CHAS. SCHWABM, 1T07 Carson street
A. J. KAEKCHEK, 89 Federal street
H.'J. McBRIDE. Federal and Ohio streets,
FEED H. EGGERS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGERS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut its.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENBY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
FERRY M. OLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
Male Heta. '
ANTED TINNER. INQUIRE GBAFF,
V HTJGUS A CO., 632 and 634 Liberty st
VTTANTED-TW O GOOD PAPEK-HANGERS.
VV Inquire PAPER STORE, &0G Fenn ave.,
A COLLECTOR-BOND EE
Apply A. JOHNBTONE, No 87
WANTED-TWO EXPERIENCED FEED
boys for cylinder press. Apply 89 AM) 31
THIRD AVE. my-39
WANTED-A MECHANICAL ENGINEER:
one tn&t can surrey preferred. Address
D. D Dispatch office. my8-33
YTTA.NraD-OOOD ERRAND BOY (GERMAN
W preferred). Inquire at GROCERY, 178
Pennsylvania ave., Allegheny. rayS-U
-TTJANTED - COACHMAN FOB LIVKBY;
VV none bnt experienced need apply. T. B.
MOREL AND, 6100 Fenn ave. , East End. my6-12
TT7"ANTED-A MAN TO CLEAR OFF WOOD
YV land by tne acre, near city. Apply from 8
to fl A. at. WM. A. SIPE, 92 Diamond St.. Pitts
TTJANTED-A FIRST-CLASS TA1LOK TO
V V work on altering: and repairing. Apply at
JAS. DICKSON'S, 65 Fifth ave.,. cor. Wood st.,
2d floor. my-)
XTANTED TWO SALESMEN TO SOLICIT
V V orders for custom shirts and gents'Tnrnlsh
lng goods; terms liberal. Address B. W., Dis
patch office. my9-98
WANTED-2 YOUNG MEN A3 WAITERS;
ones speaking German and English pre
ferred. Apply at No. 49 DIAMOND ALLEY,
WANTED-TWO SALESMEN - MUST BE
acquainted with city and country grocery
trade. Address, stating reference and experi
ence, SALESMAN, Dispatch office. mys-21
CATHOLIC MAN FOR LIGHT
emDlorment: onlr a temnerate
man with eood references need apply; f 12 weekly.
KUNZ it CO., 62 Fourth ave., upstairs. m)9-S8
WANTED - A CARRIAGE TH1MMER-A
good, sober. Industrious mechanic: must
be well recommended ; good wages paid Address
uiiah. Ji jujiu a (ju., wneeusg, w.
TTANTED-AN ACTIVE MAN LOCATED
VV outside Pittsburg. Balary fTO to ,100 per
month to represent, In bis locality, an old house;
references exchanged. HUSIN ESS, lock box 1610,
N. Y. oc7-4S-Th
-TTTANTED-FOR TEXAS-2 GOOD PBAC
TV TICAL fanners, 2 good brick makers, 1
Sood practical dairyman. Address A. F. DIG
OW1TY, at Johnson Bros.' law office, 83 Dia
mond street. , tny9-79
VV powder and pure spices: gifts with goods:
coke workers, miners or mlllmtn can makemoney
in tbelr spare time. YAMAHH1BO TEA CO., 83
Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa, ja28-8S-TTS
WAN TED -IMMEDIATELY -A .GOOD
marble cutter and a first-class marble
Follsber. Address, stating lowest wages will work
or, no time fpr correspondence, DUNNING
MARBLE AND GRANITE CO.. Erie. Fa.
-TTTANTED-S MRST-CLASS MARBLE .AND
VV granite sslesmen; must have experience in
this line; one for tho city of Pittsburg and Alle
gheny and two to travel elsewbere. Address,
stating experience, DUNNING MARBLE AND
GRANITE CO., Erie, Pa. mh26-78
TTJANTED BAD WB1TEBS AT SMART'S
VV COLLEGE, i Sixth street, Pittsburg. Pen
manship, bookkeeping, latest ahd best shorthand,
typewriting, arithmetic etc., thoroughly taught
for 3 per month: instruction private for both
sexes; open dally 9 A.-M. to 9 r. jr. aplJ-60-TTS6a
WANTED-SALESMEN-WE WISH A FEW
men to sell our goods by sample to the
wholesale and retail trade; largest manufacturers
In our line; Inclose 2-ceut stamp: wages 3 per
day; permanent position; no postals answered;
money advanced for wages, advertising, etc.
CENTENNIAL MAN'F'GCO., Cincinnati Obid.
TTTANTED-AGENTSTO SELL AND EVEKY
W BODYtonse Dr. O'Keefe's Liver Fills,
Cold or Catarrh Plils, Cough Fills. Diarrhea
PUIS Dyspepsia Pills, Rheumatism Fills, Head
ache Fills, Skin Eruption Plus, Neuralgia Fills,
Files Fills, z5 cents: large bottles. Si; sent postage
paid. DR. O'KEEEE & CO . Homeopathic Chem
Ists. 34 Fifth aye and ea Penn ave. mys-sj
WANTEDTWO GTRLS TO WASH DISHES.
Apply 37 DIAMOND SQUARE. my9-29
WANTED-BOY WITH bOME KNOWLEDGE
of the barber trade. Inquire 2918 CARSON
STREET, S. S.
VTTANTED-Br A BHIRT MANFR., EXFER
VV 1ENCED shirt makers; best prices paid.
SHIRTS, Dispatch office. my9-80
vv launarvgmsior scarcn ana ironing room
Apply KEYSTONE LAUNDBY,
x ayeiie ris, Aiiegneny.
-TTT-ANTED-A GOVERNESS AND NURSE
VV (one rami liar with the kindergarten system
preferred) to take charge of a 6-year-old child.
Address, with references, P. O. BOX 636.
VTJANTED-PBOTESTANT GIRL FOB GEN
VV EBAL housework In famUy of three, Oak
land, city. For interview call at 213 NORrH
AVE , Allegheny, Frldav, May 10, between 3 and
5 o'clock; bring recommendations. my9-95
Male and Peinnlo ITrln.
VTJANTED-A WAITEB FOB PRIVATE FAM
V V ILY, 6 farm hands, vegetable gardeners, 60
cooks and chambermaids, 200 house girls, 60 for
hotels and summer resorts, 2 nurse girls, working
housekeeper. MEEHAN'S, 845 Grant st. tay6-D
-TTT ANTED SEAMSTRESS.
T v cuamucrmaius,
cooks. 1QO house irlrlB. (Ger
man and colored gins, male and female help for
hotels, waiters, drivers, farm hands, gardener.
MRS. E. THOMPSON, 603 Grant St.
WANTED AGENTS ON SALARY; I7S PER
month and expenses paid any active man
or woman to fell onr goods by sample and live at
home: salary paid promptly and expenses in ad
vance; full particulars and sample case free, we
mean Just what we say. Address STANDARD
bILVERWABECO., Boston, Mass. fel8-&S
WANTED-SrrUATION AS COACHMAN OK
gardener by young man experienced in care
of horses and cows; best or references. Address
COACHMAN, Dispatch office. my9-6
-TTJ-ANrED-A POSITION BY AN AMANU
VT ENSlSand shorthand writer; can operate
aCallgraph or Remington: best of references fur
nished.' Address C. N. BAMSEY, Greensburg. Pa.
WANTED-SITUATION IN DBUG STOBE; 7
years' experience: registered manager and
graduate of Pittsburg College or Pharmacy: refer
ence given. Address BOX NO. 129, Wheeling,
W. Va. my989
WANTED-A PABTNEB WITH 3500 CASH IN
good paving restaurant business: dally re
ceipts po. Address M. K. Dispatch office
WANTED-FABTY WITH $500 OB JL000 TO
join advertiser in purchasing a tract of
gronnd near city to sell out In lots: 81,000 Invested
will make 8lO,00Or no risk: limited partnership,
It Is a sure thing. Fnll Information from THOMP
SON GEOBGE. PltUbnrgP. o. my9-31
-TTJANTED-BENTS TO COLLECT IN BOTH
VV cities and suburbs: to tbls branch of the
business we pay special attention: established
1863. W. A. HEBBON 4 bONS, 80 Fourth ave.
WANTED-TO LOAN. MONEY ON MORT
GAGES on improved real estate in sums to
suit at 4Jf. 8 nd 6per cent. L. O. FRAZ1ER,
Real Estate Broker, Forty-fifth and Butler sts.
WANTED-TO LOAN 3500,000, IN AMOUNTS
or S3, ooo and upward, on city and suburban
property, on H percent, free of tax: also smaller
amounts at 6 and 6 per cent, BLACK & BAIBD,
95 Fourth avenue. se21-d26-D
-VTTAMED MOKTGAGES-ll, 000, 000TO LOAN
V V on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
e percent, ana on iarms in Allegheny ana aajs-
cent counties at 6 per cent.
xa. cbjxjMuun. a
oun, w J? onrta avenue,
TTTANTED-TO LOAN 1880,090 ON MORT-
VV GAGES; fioo and npward at 6 per cent;'
1500,090 at 4)4 per cent on residences or business
froperty; also in adjoining counties. JB. H,
BEN OH, 125 Fourth avenue. ooM-eM-D j
WANTED -MORTGAGES LARGE ' OB
, small, ED. WriTlSH. 410 Grant street,
Jw. !n nmt t suit t 4K, 5 and, per cent.
GRABBING je LYON, 138 Fourth ave. apC-el-p
"TTT ANTED-MOBTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
.V V 4n sums to suit at i)i, 5 and 8 per cent.
ALLE8 & BAILEr, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
ANTEp-MORTOAOES ON CITY PBOr-
HENBY a. WeavEb&'co?, Klfourth avenue.
"TTrANTED-BENTS COLLECTED PROMPT
Avri' Property managed wltb satisfaction.
ALLES ft BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
TIT A N TED -.'MORTGAGES IN ANY
TV .amounts; 4K tdG per cent; city and country:
no delay. SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO.. 89
Fourth avenne. JaSW3-MThs
-TTANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKEB'S
TV dozen (13) of Stewart 4 Co.'s fine cabinet
photos for JL at and 92 FEDERAL ST., AUe
TTTANTED-A FEW PUPILS FOB FBTVArE
TV instruction in studies preparatory for col
!SJF.S.r cocMng in any department, to address
STUDENT, Dispatch Office. y5-26-TT8n
TTTANTED-A SECOND-HAND TWO-HOBSE
VV famUy carriage with three seats, panel sides
and back. Address A B., Dispatch office, stating
price and where it can be seen. my9-7-TTS ,.
YjrANTED-LADIES TO KNOW HAUGH
VV Jieenan repair, reflnisb or upholster old
furniture promptly and In the best possible man-
ner. 33 AND MWATEB ST. 'Phone 1626. my9-82
WANTED-MEN-LEABNTHE ABT OF
gentlemen's garment cutting; no trying
on required: night sessions Monday, Wednesday
and Saturday, 7 to 9 P. It., 514 Wood st. URLING
480N. ' ap30-68
TTTANTED EVERYBODY TO GET ONE DOZ.
VV flne cabinet photos for 99 cents at
AUFBECHT'S ELITE I3ALLEBY, 516 Market St.,
Pittsburg, Pa., for 30 days only; elevator: come,
rain or shine; bring chUdren. my5-Ul
WANTED-MABRIED OB SINGLE MEN TO
Invest in building sites at Maplewood
Park, Wllklnsbnrg; lots &U20; ,10 to 2o down,
balance f; to f3ner weekact quick before they
are all gone; 70 sold in one week; call on the
agents, who will pay your fare and take yon to see
the grounds, J, E. COOPEB & CO., 107 Fourth
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOB SALE-CHOICE LOT ON HOME ST.,
near Butler St., Seventeenth ward; conven
ient to traction line; 20x100 feet to an alley : price
31,100: terms easy. L. O. FBAZIEB, Forty-fifth
and Butler sts. my9-87-ThS
FOB SALE-NO. 161 WATER ST.. ONLY 17,000.
opposite the new B. & O. freight depot; lot
"0x100 ft., with a small brick dwelling now paying
a good Investment. W. A. HEEEON 4 SONSV
No. 80 Fourth ave. myS-2-6,9,11.14
T7I0B SALE-NO. 7 MABION ST.. BETWEEN!
jl.' ruin ave. and Forbes st., sixth wara: lot
.4x118 feet: brick house of 10 rooms; ir sold at
once can be bought for 89,000 on very easy pay
ments. W. A HEEEON 4 SONS. No. 80 Fourth
two-story five-room brick bouses, Just com
pleted; on went St., two minutes' walk trom
Wylle ave cable cars: wUl rent for 319 per month
each; call soon. BPENCEB 4 ULOSSER. 419
FOB SALE-HOLMES ST., NEAB McCAND
LESS ave.. Eighteenth ward, three new
frame dwellings 4 rooms and cellar each; Iot40x
100 feet to alley: rents for 835 per mo. ; a good 8 per
cent Investment: price 13,600.
i u. rnAz.ir.it,
x utty-uifca ana xiuuer sts.
FOE SALE-ROW OF 6 2-STOBr BB1CK
houses; almost new: well situ l ted; pays 8 per
cent: room for e additional houses on rear of lot;
it wUl then pay 12 per cent; street and alley paved
and sewered: houses never Idle. PrlnclDals only
inquire or MOBBIS 4 FLEMING, 110 Fourth ave.
TTIOR SALE-LAWEENCEVILLE PBOPERTY,
A". Forty-third street, double brick of 6 rooms,
attic, hall, both gases, water, etc ; each well sew
ered and all in good repair: largo lot, running
back to an alley; will sell singly or as a whole very
low. CaU at office. BLACK 4 BALBD, SS Fourth
TTIOR SALE-E. J. SOGDEN'S BEAUTIFUL
Jr residence. No. 221 Fortieth st. ; a brick bouse
of hall, vestibule and 12 large rooms and finished
attic, batb, range, double parlors, sliding doors,
both gases, and In fact every modern convenience
for a complete home: lot 23x125 ft.: nrice 87.600.
one-thtrd cash, bal: to suit; be sure and examine
this property before buying elsewhere; any agent
procuring mo a purchaser for this and any other
property that I nave for sale, I will divide the
commission. THOS. MCCAFFREY, 3509 Bntler
St. Telephone 5514. my9-26
East End Residences.
TTIOB SALE-AT HOMEWOOD. P. E.
mlnntes' walk to station. 50 trains ner dar. a
nice 7-room frame dwelling; slate roof, large lot,
48x133; onGrazlerst. MELLON BBOS.. 6349 Sta
tion St., E. E. mys-3-irrhB
TTIOR SALE-A 6-KOOM MANSABD HOUSE H
JD square from Llbertv avenue and 3 minutes'
walk from Penn cable. Sixteenth ward; rents for
1174 year: good Investment: only 11,600. 'MELLON
BROS., 6349 Station st,, E, E. rayS-2-MThs
FOB SALE 82,700 WILL- BUY JL NICE
frame dwelling on Broad st , one sqr. from
Penn cable, between HUand and Negley avenues;
large lot, 24xltJ; rear facing on Klrkwood st.
MELLON BBOS.,63l9Statlonaf.,E.E. my8-3-ThS
lot 44x90, with frame house of 3 rooms, good
stone foundation una cellar under whole house;
olty water, etc. : 8 minutes' walk from East Liber
ty station. THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-ON O'HABA ST.. E. E.. LOT 42
X130: elegant frame house of 8 rooms, batb,
etc ; slate mantels, nat. gas and all conveniences;
this is a good property and In one of the roost de
sirable neighborhoods. THOS. LIGGETT, 114
Fourth ave. my672-MTrrstt
TTIOR SALE-K.700 WILL BUY A NEW FRAME
J? dwelling, Brooms, finished attic, ball, vesti
bule, front and rear pprches, inside shatters,
nicely finished and grained all through: lot 2!xloo
feet to alley; convenient to Ben Venue station, P.
K. B. ; terms to snlt. L O. FBAZIEB, Forty-filth
and Butler s(s. my9-87-ThS
FOB SALE-ON HAILMAN ST., E. E.. LOT 26
XI20 to an alley: new frame house, 4 rooms on
first floor. 3 rooms and batb on second flAor, and 2
good rooms In finished attic good cellar, front
porch whole front of house: also small room over
hall and vestibule; also lot adjoining 24x120.
THOS. LIGGETT114 Fourth aye.
FOR SALE-A PBETTY 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. B. B.; lot 50x100. and only 37.500: f, COO cash,
balance to suit. BLACK 4 BA1BD, 95 Fourth
FOR SALE-EAST END HOME-CHEAP-Near
Fifth ave. cable cars and convenient to
P. B. R., a new 2-story frame dwelling of 6 rooms,
bath, hot and cold water, electric bells and burglar
alarms, wired for Incandescent lights, and all
other modern improved convenience; large lot,
good location; this is a bargain: caU for all par
ticulars. BLACK 4BAIBD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-AT M,250-N1CE, NEW QUEEN
Anne house in the East End. close to ulland
avenue, Penn avenne cable cars and East Liberty
station, 6 rooms, finished attic room, batb, lava
tory, cathedral doorway, bay window, marble
mantels, tile hearths, ball, cellar, porches, etc.,
etc.; a beautiful honse; Just finished: possession
at ouce; terms to suit. JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO.,
Agents, 129 Fourth avenne, Pittsburg. my9-13
FOR 8ALE-A BEAUTIFUL BOUP ST. BESI
DENCE containing 9 elegantly papered
rooms, 4 of which are on the first floor (parlor,
library, dining room, kitchen and hall), bath,
laundry, natural gas: all modern conveniences;
lot 42x170 feet; this flne home is in one of the most
desirable locations In the East End. convenient to
P. It. R and Fifth ave. cable cars, and will be
sold cheap, as owner Is" leaving the city; call at
office. BLACK 4 BAIBD, 95 Fourth ave.
TTiOR SALE-ON PENN AVENUE, NEAR LIN
Ji DEN, flne lot 46x179, with good brick bouse:
reception ball, parlor, library, dlnlngroom, kitch
en and large pantry on first floor; fire good rooms,
bath, ete, on second floor; large finished attic and
cedar closet on third floor: electric bells, speaking
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 flne property in every respect.
THOS. LIGGETT, llfFourtb ave.
FOR SALE-SYLVAN. NEAB HAZELWOOD
avenue, flne two-story frame dwelling, 9
rooms, attic large reception 'lalL slate mantels,
inside shutters, nat. and art. gas, bath, w. c,
laundry, slate roof; house In perfect order: loca
tion and surroundings first class; lot 60x120, with
beautiful shade trees; 3 minutes from station.
SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO., 99 Fourth ave.
FORSALE-8PER CENT IN VESTMENT-ALLEGHENY
property; now renting for flM;
price 33.600; easy terms. W. W. MCNEILL 4
BBO., JOS Fourth ave. my8-42
FOR SALE-HANDSOME MODERN HOUSE,
all conveniences and large lot, choice loca
tion, BldweU street,
JNO. H. M'CBEEBY, 95 Fifth ave.
FOB SALE-II,600-GOOD INVESTMENT-2
frame bouses, 4 rooms and attic, la Second
ward, Allegheny; rent for 3312 yer year. BAL
TENSPEEGER 4 W ILLIAMS, 154 Fourth ave.
TTIOR SALE-ON ALLEGHENYPABKS-F1NE
JJ new brick dwelling, two stories and mansard;
has all modern improvements; front and side en
trance: corner lot. A. D. WILSON, 55 Federal St.,
TJIOB SALE-DESIRABLE STOCKTON AVE.
JD residence near Arch st.:lot 26Kx240reet to
Park wav. with larre dwelUnt? of 10 rooms:
late conveniences: stable in rear. W. A. HEU-
tujrt a BUJ.B, jso.so Fourth avo. my4-g-4, 7,8,1a
TTIOB SALE-A FIRST-CLASS INVESTMENT,
A! on account of removal, of owner: lot 42x100
feet; well Improved by first-class dwellings; -Lacock
near Sandusky st. Call or send for particu
lars. W. A. HEBBON 4 BONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL1ESTATE.
FB SALE-NICE COZY SUBURBAN" BOME
for sale cheap; house 8 rooms, over an acre of
? round, plenty oi jcooa xruismna water: vniv
ew minutes from railroad station. A. D. WIL
SON, 65 Federal St., Allegheny;
FOR8AXE-ATEDGEWOOD STATION, F. B.
R., frame dwelling with all conveniences;
1 acres of land, abundance of fruit and shade
trees, etc ; only one minute from station. E. D.
WINGENHOIH, 100 Fourth STe. my7-48-TT8
T7K)R SALE WILKINSBDRG 84,700-NEW
JC Queen Anne frame dwelling, 7 rooms, attic,
reception haU, tile hearths, slate mantels, etc.,
slate roof, front and rear porches; lot 50x122 feet;
a bargain; must be sold this month. SAMUEL
W. BLACK &.CO., 99 Fourth ave. myS-44-TTF
TTIOR SALE FIFTEEN MINUTES' WALK
r from Sharpsbnrg station, on good road, brick
house of 7 large rooms and a small frame house, Z
stables, 12K acres of land, large orchard, grapery,
etc.; premises are connected with railroad by
boardwalk and are unsurpassed in beauty ana
healthfulness or location. Inquire at DENTAL
ROOM, No. UWyUe ave. my7-32-TT8n
FORSALK-BELLEVDE BETWEEN BEAVER
road and station, handsome residence, wide
ball in center, 14 rooms, hardwood finish, large
porches, bay windows, bath and w. c
stationary wasbstands, closets, pantry, laundry,
furnanee, cemented cellar, cemented walks,
stable for 4 horses, etc, lot 140x290: choice fruit
and shrubbery: especially attractive and cheap.
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave.
fTWB SALE-PL 000-THE FINEST FINISHED
A.' nouse in sewicaiey; 3 minutes' waix irum
Boseburg station; lot about 220x250 tt; honso of 11
rooms, bath room, 2w". c; inside shutters, nat.
and artificial gas; laundry; hot and cold. water
with wasbstands throughout bouse; fine chande
liers; house finished in hardwood; electric bells
throughout house: nice lawn, etc, etc.; cement
cellar; good water-and flne view; this Is a bar
gain: good reasons for selling; call and see photo
graph. I.J. WILSON, 149 Fourth ave. my9-15
rOB SALE-LOT COENER SECOND AVENUE
and Ferry street. 70x80 feet: $20,000; cheap.
SPENCER 4 GLOS3EB, 419 Sralthfleld st. my7-52
IOB SALE 335 PER FRONT FOOT. ON
Wylle ave. ; cable cars will pass this property:
feet frontage by 100 feet deep: perfectly level
lots; blir bargain. See nlan at ALLES 4 BAILEY,
-;;-i .. - . . - .. -
164 Fourth ave. Telephone 167,
350 semi-annually ntll paid for; lots 20x80 ft.,
fronting Hatfield st.. near Forty-seventh st : the
best lots for the money la the market. W. is..
HEBRON 4 SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
East End Lots.
FORSALE-ON SHADY AVE., E. E.. LOTI9X
126 to a street, bavlngtbereongood brick house,
9 rooms and bathroom; 33,500. THOS. LIGGETT,
114 Fourth ave. my5-7l-irruTbi'S
TTIOB SALE-A LARGE LOT ON 'ELYSIAN
JL ave., near rami ureeze ana xorrens siauon,
36x100; price only (1,300.
MELLON BROS., 6319
DWtion si , n. x
FOB SALE-A CHOICE BUILDING LOT, 24X
109; on Holmes St., near Fifth, ave : Point
Breeze and Torrens station. P. K. B.; Price J550.
MELLON BROS., 6349 Station St., E. E.
FOE SALE-CHOICE LOTS AT DALLAS STA
TION, P. K. B . convenient to steam and
street cars; cheap and on easy terms; situation un
surpassed: price ranging from 8406 to 8G0O. Inquire
ofD. C. NEGLEY, 6108 Penn ave., East End.
IOB SALE - ONLY FIVE LOTS LEFT IN
that deslrablv located block on Falrmount
avenne, near Negley avenue, and 5 minutes' walk
to Penn ave. cable; 25X175: price each, 1300: prop
erty advancing In price rapidly In this location.
MELLON BUGS ,349Btationsi,.E. myS-2-MThs
FOB SALE-A LOT WITH MOBE IMPROVE
MENTS, at less cost, than is generally ottered;
centrally located, convenient to schools, churches
and business honses; plenty of room for large
house; this can be bought at very reasonableprlce
and easy terms. MELLON BROS , E. E., or
JOHN F. BAXTEB, Agt., 612 Smithfield St.
TTIOB SALE-ON ONE OF THE FINEST.
X' streets in tne East Ena; 50 reet rront, iJ feet
deep to an alley: well sewered: within five min
utes of two cable Unes; also close to P. B. E.
station; excellent neighborhood; this can be
bought at a low price and easy terms if bougbt
within a few days. MELLON BBOS., E. E., or
JOHN F. BAXTER, Agt., 512 Smithfield St.
FOB SALE-LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street. Allegheny, In
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH McNAUGHEB, 43 N. Diamond st.
FOB BALE-LINDEN, OSGOOD AND MAPLE
avenues. "Osgood Place" flne large lots,
only 15 minutes' walk to the Market House: near
the electric cars andlncUne: good Investment;
lowprlees, enhancement certain. SAMUEL W.
BLACK 4 CO.. 99 Fourth ave. my9-77-Th
FOB SALE-MAPLEWOOD PARK-LOTS 40x
120. J. B. COOPEB 4 CO., 107 Fourth ave;
FOB- SALE MAPLEWOOD PABK, WIL
KINSBUBG, laid out by Geo. S. Martin; ele
gant building lots, 40x120 and 40x240; 1150 to $400
each; 10 to pi) down, balance II to S3 per week;
these are the most desirable lots on the market
and srd bound to double In value within the next
90 days: 56 trains each way dally: call on the
agents, ttjiw itiu rayjuur jnre naa uiKoyou ta see
xt. buuirxvBi ce lu., ivi jrourin.
FOB 8ALE-AT LESS THAN COST OF THE
house, US acres of superior land adjoining
Monongahela City: coal, limestone; springs,
fenced, highly Improved; 6 acres in frnlt; a new,
large brlok mansion or 14 rooms, marble mantels
throughout. Inside shatters, bathroom, cellars,
everything complete andmoqern style; cost 313,
OOO: large frame bank barn; also fine horse and
cow stables, smoke house snrlns; house outbuUd-
lngs: 1 mUe from railroad station and town: only
til 000, on time; must be" seen to be appreciated.
JU. wiiuinri, uv urant street. xriiisDur
rg. P ,
FOB S ALE-FABM OF 25 ACBES IN BEAVEB
Co., Pa.; good frame dwelling, 6 rooms, pan
try, porches, etc.; good frame barn, granary, well
and cistern, picket and paling fences, large yonng
orchard: convenient, to stores, schools andpost
df&ce; good oil and gas territory: Improvements
first-class and good productive soU: price 3,600.
L. O. FBAZIEB, Forty-fifth and Butler sts.
IOB SALE-FARM OF 132 ACRES. IN THE
Pine Bnn eas field. V4 miles from Apollo and
Leecbburg, W. P. B. B.: underlaid with the
Leechbnrg vein or coal: in the center or a gas pro
ducing territory: producing wells on all adjoin
ing farms; farmhouse, barn and other outbuild
ings: orchard, ete: must bo sold within 30 days;
owner .moving west. ALiaafluut s, us.t
TTIOB SALE CEMETEBY LOT IN UNION
1? DALE, 16x32; best location. EDWARD L.
DEVOBE, 13 Sixth ave. my9-78
FOB SALE-ATLANTIC C1TY.N. J.-HOTELS,
boarding bouses, cottages, lots and bath
houses to let or for sale by I. G. ADAMS 4 CO.,
real estate agents, Real Estate and Law Building,
Atlantic Citr. N. J. , ap5-9-D
Perrysvillo avenne. Beautiful Building Sites.
PUBE AIB AND PUBE WATER.
Acre and M-acre sites.
.PASS WATSON PLACE, PerrysvUleave.
One acre and -acre sites
BEAUTIFUL BUILDING SITES,
WATSON PLACE, PerrysvUle ave.
Acre and K-acre sites.
ACBE AND -AOBE SITES,
on Watson Place PerrysvUle ave.
One acre and M-acre sites.
At Watson Place, PerrysvUle ave.
One acre and M-acre sites.
On Watson Place, PerrysvUle ave.
One acre and K-acre sites.
ELECIB1CCABS BUN EVEBY IS MINUTES
On PerrysvUle ave.
Office plans from
8. WATSON, Watson Place.
A. J. PENTECOST, 413 Grant street. my8-32
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOB SALE BAKERY, DOING GOOD BUSI
NESS; horse wagon, storeand fixture, etc.;
centrally located. ALLES 4 BAILEY, 164 Fourth
ave. Tel. 167.
FOB SALE-DBUGSTO BE-ON LINE P. B. R.,
doing a eood business; terms reasonable;
food reasons for selling. For particulars address
OSTOFi ICE BOX 87, Gal 1 ltzfii. Pa. my9-27
FOB SALE-A DRUGSTORE IN BEAVEB
FALLS, centrally located and doing a good
business: satisfactory reasons for selllne; onlv
those meaning business need write. Address BOK
282, Beaver FaUs, Pa. myS-19
TTIOB SALE OR TO LET-TINSHOP WITH ALL
C necessary tools and machinery, operated by
steam power: especially adapted to glass house
work. Apply to W. JilKSCH at Thos. Evans
Co.'s glass works, Eighteen tn st , Sonthslde.
FOB SALE-GOOD PAYING BUSINESS FOR
lady that can sew for about 8LOC9: neat little
confectionery and ice cream business, K0O: bakery
with horse and wagon, two: stores of all kinds;
100 business chances. SHEPabD 4 CO.. 51 Fifth
TTiOK- SALE-TBBEE LICENSED HOTELS
L JD One in Beaver county, on line of B. It..
r (& tfl liYli Ana Its r.atsruTina nnW t IIha n
KLJ.VO jv. www, uuv au iiniuvB VUUUIt UU IUID V
B, large house newly papered and painted,
price 6,000: one In Ohio oris rooms, price $5,000;
above hotels are centrally located and doing a
good business. THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth
ave- I my2-26-TT8Su
FOB SALE-BAY MiBE-1,150 TO 1,200 LBS.
good habits ahd good worker, at a bargain;
please call soon, as owner has no use for her. In
quire at LECHNEB 4 SCHOENBEBGEB, 69 Fifth
FOB BALE-THAT VALUABLE BUSINESS
property, corner Fifth ave. and High st , i
brick bouses, with lot 58x68 ft.: rents lor 11,608:
Price, 839,000. HPENCEK&GLOSSEK, 419 Smith
field st. my7-51
TTIOR 8ALE-THE VALUABLE PROPERTIES,
JJ Nos. 4606 and 4888 Penn avenne, Pittsburg, to
be sold at Trustees Public Sale, on Thursday aft
ernoon. May 9, at 8 o'clock, on the. premises.
Particulars and circular from JAS, W. DRAPE 4
CO., 129 Fourth avenne,-Pltttburg. my8-46
FOR 8ALEH8,500-ONLY fLOOO CASH, BAL
ANCE on long time and easy payments; lot
iijj ., cor. renn ave ana Twenty-sevenm ..
1 3-story building" now .renting togooa
see. Vnll Information from W. A. HJ2K-
BON & SONS. No. 80 Fourth ave. my3-2-6,9,U.14
FobsXle-a FULLY EQUIPPED EIGHT
pot glass works, located at Stonehoro, Pa.,
on L. h. & M. S. and W.. N. Y. t P. B. B.;every
thlng in flrst-clasa condition, having been built
within the last year: works running full time on
specialties; cheap fuel; excellent railroad facili
ties. Particulars, address STONEBORO SPE
CIALTY GLASS CO.. Stoneboro, Fa. my9-S
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Uvo Stock, fcc
FOB SALE-HORSES JUST ARRIVED AT
Exposition Driving Park: 50 head extra flne
driving, business and saddle horses. Inquire for
JAS. MCKEOWN. " my7-68
-TTIOB SALE-ONE TOP BUGGY AND ONE
AJ surrey, nearly new: will be sold cheap for
want of use. ALLISON! & HAZLEM'S STA
BLES. 218 Seeond ave. my9-33
FOB SALE GOOD BOADSTER. STYLISH,
brownish bay horse. 7 years. 15 baids. 1,100
lbs., sound and gentle: can trot nule In 3 minutes
with bnggr. H. B. McCONNEL, New Brighton,
FOR SALE-2GOOD HORSES, 6YEABS OLD,
well broken to harness: wulnot scare at any
thing; will be, sold eheaD for want of use. For
particulars calt at Ei GBOETZINGER'S, 627 to 629
Penn avenue. mys-31-WThs
FOR SALE-LARGE BBO WN FAMILY HOBSE
7 years old: perfectly gentle: can recommend
his good qualities for safety; to be sold for want of
use: no finer horse for family barouche In Pitts
burg. Applyat NO. 80 FOURTH AYJSNUE.
FOE SALE-HORSES-WILL ABB1VEMAY2,
at tho Exposition Driving Park, 20 head ot
extra flne Kentucky horses, among them some
extra flne roadsters and saddlers of especially
flne quality, with aU 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 4
vonatason. oi mis city, ana invites inose in neea
of anything in his line, to Inspect stock. my2-70
Olxtehlnorr and Metals.
FOBSALE-2HOBIZONTAL ENGINES 13x22,
1 BaU engine, 1 small dynamo and 2 lamps and
meat choppers, rendering kettles, etc VELTE 4
MCDONALD, Pennavcj cor. Thirty-second st.
IOB SALE I UPBIGHT TUBULAR BOILER,
20-H. nower. 1 Atkls soan cress. 3 dies. 2 Iron
kettles, 11 soap frames, 1 l0,0C0-lb. kettle and 1
large mix tab.
Call or address J. B.BERLIN,
.boss si., city.
TO LET-LIBERTY AVE., NEAB FORTIETH
St., Sixteenth ward, new frame dweUlng, S
rooms, finished attic, hall, vestibule, natural gas:
rent (19 per mo. L, 0. FBAZIEB, Forty-fifth and
Butler sU. my9-87-Th3
TOLET-WYLIE AVE., NEAB EBINST.. A
2-storvand mansard brick dweUlnflr of 10
elegant rooms, batb room, ball, both gases, h.and
watpr. Irninrr. ptft. . irnnH nplphhnrhnndr
shade trees la front; reasonable rent. BLACK 4
BAIBD, 95 Fourth ave. m yS-3S
TO LET-(99)-IN SEWICKLEY-THE BRICK
residence of James Adair, Broad street, one
square from station; completely furnished; im
mediate possession. SAMUEL W.BLAOK 4 CO.,
93 Fourth ave my3-27-MTTS
TO LXT-MY HOUSE,. THDJTEEN ROOM3,
at Laurel Station, Ft. Wayne road, all mod
ern Improvements, stable and carnage house, two
acres ground, with liver view Inquire on prem
ises, or at 219 Lacock street, Allegheny. WM. T.
FURNISHED FRONT BOOM;
mO LET A
JL with first-class board.
on Union ave., AUe
Address H.S.. Dls-my9-91
gneny; rererence required,
TO LET-SOME UNFURNISHED BOOMS, 4
and 8 room flats, suitable for housekeeping:
three storerooms with dweUlngs. Inquire ON
PREMISES, 44 Fourth St. my9-100-MThFSa
Offices. Desk Room. &c
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. my9-78
TO LET VERY CHEAP CHOICE OFFICES IN
the new building cor. of Federal and Isabella
sts.. Allegheny. Call or send for particulars. W,
A. HEBRON 4 SONS, 80 Fourth are
TO LET-HANDSOME OFFICE BOOMS,
single or en suite on second ind third floors;
also, centrally located!lodge rooms: fresh painted
and newly panered: directly 'opposite City HaU.
Inquire T. MELLON 4 SONS' BANK. 512 Smith
field st. my5-41-TTSSU
TO LET-SECOND STOBY: SUITABLE FOB
most any business, with elevator. Apply at
TOLET-93WATERr ST. OB 113 FIRST AVE.,
warehouse running througb fromst. tost.;
each floor 20x160, with flne tUe floor; offlceonxirst
and second floor: Inside w. c; washstands. new
elevator: flne business location; rent low. BLACK
4 B A1RD, 95 Fourth ave. my9-23
TO LET-Irf JOHNSTOWN, PA, STOBE
BOOM, 23x60, on Main 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. B. McCONNAUGHEY, BeafEs
tate Agent. Johnstown. Pa. my7-95-TTS
TDEBSON AL D1VOBCE3
IT von desire a divorce for anv eanse.
state particulars: advice free: confidential. ROB
EBT WHITE, Attorney, 145 Broadway, N. Y.
PERSONA L-BOOK3 WANTED-IF YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a Ubrary
worth 11,000, let ns know: we will bay one as
quietly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK STOKE,
beventh Ave. Hotel buUdlng. my3-23
PEBSONAL-WHY TBOUBLE YOUR WIFE,
mother or daughters In repairing- and clean
ing your old clothes, when It can be done for a
trifle by DICKSON, tbe TaUor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood st.. second .floor? Charges moderate;
facilities nnsunassed: suits madeto order; spring
styles now readV. Telephone 1558 mh8
rpHECHALFONlE. ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
JL MOVED TO THE BEACH.
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED.
UNSURPASSED OCEAN VIEW.
Salt water baths in the house Elevator,
aplfrl-rj E. ROBERTS & SONS.
T3EDF0RD MINERAL SPRINGS,
IS BEDFORD, PENNA
Leading mountain resort. Water unequaled.
Hotel nowly furnished. Toerge's Orchestra.
Opens June 8. Write for circular-ap7-87-D
L. B. DOTY. Manager.
LONGVLEW SCHOOL-FORMERLY HO
TEL Longview wiU be open for the
reception of summer boarders by July 1, 18S9.
For circulars and Information apply to
REV. JOHN G. MULHOLLAND,
my2-93.TTSu Longview School, Brookvllle.Pa.
BRESSON 8FRINGS, PENNA. MAIN
l line Pennsylvania Railroad, on top of
THE MOUNTAIN HOUSE
Will open June 25. All irains stop at Cresson.
For circulars, eta. address
WM. R. DUNHAM, Supt,
mv7.2-Dgn Cresson. Cambria Co., Pa.
FOR SALE! FOR SALE!
WHITELEY PLACE, -
LOTS! LOTS! LOTS!
McGune & Coulter,
AT LESS THAN AUCTION PRICES.
67 BEAUTIFUL, LARGE SIZE
Commanding an excellent view of thoMonon
gabela and East Liberty valleys. Lots have a
frontage of 40 to E5 feet on 60-foot streets, and
extend backtin depth 131 to 190 feet to 20-foot
alleys. Has 900 feet frontage on Fenn avenue.
Lots are comparatively level and dry. and are
in every way desirable for' buUdlng purposes.
Natural gas on premises, ready for use. No
undesirable lots. Boardwalk from station, at
which 95 trains stop daUy. TERMS: 110 cash;
balance 1 per cent of the purchase money
weekly, without interest;
First sale will take place SATURDAY. MAY
II, at 2 P. 31., on tbe premises, and at 2 P. tt. on
Monday, Wednesday and Saturday of each
week thereafter. Free conveyance from sta
tion. Persons not able to attend the sales on
the above days will be taken ont at their con
venience, and will have plans and particulars
explained to them by
McCUNE db COULTER,-Agents,
my9-ll-Ths W Fourth avenue, FKtabarg.
TJCTION BALE-GRAND CLOSING- OUT
J. sale at public auction of our entire stock
of drygoods, notions and gents' furnishinc
goods, to quit business. Sale positive. Sale,
commendns on WEDNESDAY EVENING.
May 8, at 730 v. sr., and will continue every
evening until entire stock is disposed of.
mv8-2f 128 Wylle ave., Pittsburg. Pa.
VERY ATTRACTIVE AUCTION SALE
FrIdavmornine;Maylo,at irj o'clock; at
the rooms No. 811 Market st, solid-walnut, ma
hogany, oak and cherry chamber suits, folding
beds, chiffoniers, dressing; cases, wardrobes,
cupboardsvbedsteads, wasbstands, bed lounges.
bnffe'U, sideboards, ball racks, bookcases, din
ing chairs, extension tables, rockers, snpetb
parlor suits, couches and easy chairs,
in slit and satin, brocateUe, aamasfc rugs,
plushes, tapestries, reps and hair cloth, wall
and floor cabinets, ornaments, clocks, mirrors,
pictures, curtains, mattresses,t springs, lamps,
decorated dinner, tea and toilet sets, velvets,
moquettes, body and tapestry, hall, room and
stair carpets, linoleum, water cooler, refriger
ators, etc etc HENRY AUCTION CO,
LIM., Auctioneers. my3-2Z
BY JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.
FREE BIDE 10
35 BUILDING LOTS
CLIFTON AVEHIGHLAND AVEL AND
CENTER ST., ALLEGHENY, .
Close to terminus of Pleasant Valley Car line;
and on the ronte of the projected electric cars,
adjoining Clifton incline plane, only 4cents
fare to Pittsburg postoffice and intermediate)
These lots all lay nice on good streets, and
present some of the nnest building; sites Id
either city, being thoroughly in the country
with pure air and no smoke and overlootuns
the city; natural and artificial gas all around;
city water, shade and forest trees, etc etc
Tho sale will take place on MONDAY
AFTERNOON, MAY 13, at 2 o'clock, on the
Free tickets on Pleasant Valley cars to the
SroDerty can be obtained from JOHN H. AID
IREERY, 85 Fifth ave, or from
JAS. W. DRAPB 4 CO.. Auctioneers,
mjM 129 Fourth ave,. Pittsburg;.
Of Household Furniture, Horses,
Cows, Barouche, Buggy, Farm
ing Utensils, Etc., Etc
WM be sold by auction, by order of the Ex
editors of the estate of John Scott, deceased,
at his late residence, corner of Forbes street
and Shady lane.
THURSDAY. MAY 9. at 10 o'clock A. jr..
The entire bonsehold furniture, consisting; of
kitchen utensils, dining room furniture, glass
and cbinaware, chamber sets in mahogany,
oak and walnut, parlor andUbrary outfit, book?,
bookcase, piano, carpets, mirrors, pictures,
table linen, bed clothing; and all articles usu
ally found in a weB-f nmished dwelling;
Also, two horses, one pony, two cows, ba
rouche, buggy, sleigh, cart, together with tho
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-.
House open to purchasers at 8 o'clock on
morning Of sale. JOHN D, BAILEY.
BALE DF JUDGMENTS
Pittslmrg. MercM Tailors' Mmt
THURSDAY, May 23,1889
At 10 O'clock A. M.
Judgments against the following persons wiQ
!ie offered at PubUc Sale at the rooms of
the HENRY AUCTION COMPANY; No,
311 Market street, Pittsburg, Pa.;
Diehl, Dr. Charles R, dentist.... s. isi 95
StlUwacon, Wm., anoraey...:r...- fioVBVi,
Cole, Thomas, oil broker. 71 0
Whiting, Prof. Amos, music teacher.... 5 20
Evans, if. Z., waU "paper, Allegheny.... 23 12
Coatea, W Asst, Chief Fire Dept 64 05.
Mueniel, Henry, beer agent... 35 79
Hartley, L, D., landscape gardener..... 68 19'
Martin, D.W.,cl'k for Aid. McMasters 43 97;
Woods, John J., steel roUer. 53 25
Sterling, C. W., clerk, Union Line 63 00
Allshonse, Wm.. oil dealer, Gr'nsb'rg.. 71 93
Brunn, H., clerk. 10 30
Cherry, Wrn drug clerk 3160
Connelly, Tbomas, electrician 29 40
Donahue, Thos., clerk, 36 High street.. 30 40"
Erhart, A, H.. paint and varnish. James-
town 4 112 7V
Farrington, M. J., book agent, Diamond :
square, Allegheny.. 19 OT
Fox. Edward, clerk 60 74)
Fetterman,N. P., physician...... 22 65
Fife, Charles, clerk 43 9U,
Hall. F. B., Liberty ave., E. E. 9 00-
Hubley, Howard, clerk for laundry..... 41 4-1
Kramer, E. H, clerk, Crafton, Pa 34 gsi
Laufman, P. H., Jr.. Apollo. Pa 53 ga1
McDonald. W. A, pilot SO 90
Nester, James, musician 43 9j
O'Mally, T.. mill man, Southside, city.. 18 S5
Patterson, R. J., clerk, Morgan st. Ally 58 15,
Vankirk, Dr. W. K. McKeesport, Pa.. 34 90v
Wallace, W. H cntter. 31 gS
Wilkinson. W. L., telegraph operator., 2 SOI
Tracey, Dr. J. P., physician, Wylio ave i 85 86!
Shipley, Charles H., druggist 3 75
Adams; Thomas R., ex-oil broker. 84 75'
Guthrie, P. N., gentleman 64 05
Wilson. W. W.. furniture salesman.... 3fl ftsi
Janowitz, Henry... ..... ...,,
McMurray. West, attorney. Third ave.
Hitzrodt, C. IL, McKeesport, Pa........
Leonard, C. F., traveling agent..........
Holstein, Louis, bookk'per at tannery..
Roney, Arthur, shearman Rep. L W...
Meyer, Wm, painter, Hazelwood
Bryant, S. Hi, formerly nailtrnowphysi
clan, 1710 Sidney St. a S
Dfllworth, Linn L., bookkeeper, city..
Oazzam, John B., salesman. Ally.......,,
McLaughlin, W. F.. East End, city.....
Spiking, W. D., forty T. & A.F. R.R.CO
vv ray, xtooerr, cierx, jransier aepoi...
Spring, Henry, clerk, TemperanceviUet
Thnmm, A , coUectlnc agent .,
Ihmsen, D. O.. Glass Works. Butler..
Cross, E. W., Spang; Chalfant & Co ....
Patterson, A. O., cutter, "ex-taUor"....
Hathaway.Frank,clerk, poolroom .....;
Fullwood. W. W newspaper reporter.
Dodd. C. A.. Eureka Paste Co 31 70'
Totten, W. H. D.. dranghtsman 624 60r
Kerr. Sam'l W.. real estate and att'y-i.
Miller, Hampton J., gentleman .......J,
Maynard, EF., bookkeeper
Cable, A. Asst. Supr, Adams Ex. C0..1
Bier. Henry, Westfnehouse Mach. Co.,
Hevl. Chas.. barber. Fourteenth si.3.3.
DaUmeyer, W. C, tobacco agent........ 101 10
Stnll, James M., attorney. 140 40
Banks, John W.,clerk. Standard store.. 47 20
Brown, C. A. elk. IS Linden st. Ally.., 4720
WUIison, J. P., undertaker. 30 20
Robinson. James A, agent, "Hyatt"
Water Entering; Co ,. 42 20
Hutchinson, J. W., cllc,Wltherow dt Co 25 20
Wolff, Max, clothier, McKeesport 12 40
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 675 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 fun information, call on or
63 East Diamond street
je5-n57-TT3 Allegheny, Pa.
91 AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-7.n.
ZITHER LESSONS-PRIVATE AND IN
rlaiuea-Tiven bv Mr. HENRY HERZ.88' 1
Madison avenue, Allegheny. Oyer U yearaifg
teacner 01 zitner in me urafc music aouaes anow
schools in London: hizhest references. Mtia '
arranged ror tne ntner. myavf
WiTnmJ.OsnotrRjtE. HirmrniHimn-a ,
iSARROWS & OSBOURNE
XJ junjrjcuxixxtu), v
SO Diamond street.
Telephone No. 813
- 41 Seveats; avenue, v
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