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THE ExTTSBTJBGr 'DISPATOH, iSTJjmLY, MUDSflf 13. 189.
A Critical Beview of Messrs. Woods
and Wales' Lion of Pern.
ITS GOOD AXD ITS BAD JOISTS.
A Description of the Great Oratorio to bo
Heard This Week.
GOSSIP GLEAXED IK MUSICAL CIECLES
Since Friday's Dispatch rendered a
special verdict upon the facts in re the pro
duction of the new opera, "The Lion of
Pern," by Dr. E. A. "Wood and Mr. Leonard
"Wales, a second performance has been heard
and a hasty examination of the score had,
both of which seem to justify the entry of
critical judgment in favor of the pub
lic; that the plaintiffs hare not made out a
strong enough case of opera to support the
claim for public patronage.
And yet, from one point of view, these
claimants have equities in their favor.
Neither of them pretends to have had pre
vious experience as librettist or opera com
poser; and it would lie unfair to expect from
them the skill that can only be acquired by
such experience. All writers and composers
have had to creep before they learned to walk.
But "the inflexible principle of artistic law is,
or should be, that a writer or composer must
not creeD in public; he must do that only in se
clusion, and stay there until he learns to walk.
True, those who write and compose for the
stage are under a disadvantage in this respect,
inasmuch as dramas and oneras cannot be prac
ticed at home, but most be experimented with
in public Yet even tbey must first try their
band at the lesser art forms and prove their
skill and ability in these before claiming publio
attention for the more pretentions dramatic or
The libretto of the "Lion of Pern" is clearly
the wore of a writer possessing considerable
literary knack. Borne of the lines and verses
are really clever as reading matter. Bnt the
book lacks the all-needful touch of the dram
atist. It Is diffuse in lync and descriptive por
tions, when much should be lett to the imag
ination and the music not encumbered with too
many words. It is obscurely brief in narrative
and dialogu: where the movement of the plot
should be more clearly and fully displayed to
the audience. Behind all this, the book lac Jf
the backbone of dramatic continuity, strength
The music, while containing not a few
pleasing passages an(j several entire numbers
of some merit, is very far from constituting an
opera. Hunderland'i song and the duet
between Caserne and Walnole in act L
contain some good ideas, though the latter is
almost nnsingable for the tenor. The scene in
Epping Forest contains three of the best num
bers of the work: the first duet and ensemble,
the lullaby and the "Bird Matin" pleasing
melodies, (especially the lullaby) in the
simplest form. Perhaps the best bit of writing
in the score is the duct in the last act, with its
graceful accompaniments! figure first in the
Violins and later taken by the soprano.
The other individual numbers 'are either
commonplace and reminiscent, or else, if one
does chance to start with a promising phrase it
is quickly lost in a maze of episod
aical matter. There is practically no
musical development of the themes chosen.
The recitative and most of the con
versational cusemblesare hbpelesslyineffective
and unskillful. There is very little indeed of
dramatic characterization: the "Ghost Scene"
is almost comical in its inappropriate levity,
though offering the best opportunity for dra
Back of the objections to this score as opera
music lie very serious obstacles to its being
considered as music at all. Bad progres
sions, faulty modulations, clear violations
of the first principles of harmony are matters
that must be conquered before a vonng man
ever thinks of writing an opera. The orches
tration was mostly hackwork," part having
been hastily cone by the conductor of the
troupe, and other parts by other persons on
very short notice.
As for the performance, little can be said bnt
. wholesale condemnation. Mile, do Lussan was
the only one of the three or four leading char
acters who had thoroughly mastered her role.
Mr. John Reed. Miss Claire and Mr. Miron
earned a good word in their less grateful roles.
The rest of the performance was not what the
authors and the public had a right to expect.
The following description of Mendelssohn's
"Elijah." compiled from the "Worcester Fes
ttrl Handbool:" of 18S7, mil doubtless be of
Interna to those who intend hearing the excel
lent performanb'tif?1btsx2lt2ria promised by
the Mozart Club this week:
Musical critics disagree in regard to the com
parative merits of Mendelssohn's two oratorios.
"Willie many claim for "St. Paul" excellencies
sot fonnd in 'Elijah,'" the latter Is unmistakably
the most popular, as evinced by its frequent per
formance at all the great festivals in furope and
America. It is shorter and more dramatic than
Handel's 'Messiah," less theological than
Enohr's "Last Judgment," and less didactic
and monotonous than the wondrons "Pas
sion Music" of Bach. Thus, while the
subject matter of the 'Elijah" is full of the most
stirring Incidents, Its artistic form is sufficiently
brierto rivet the attention or even an uncultivated
audience from the first recitation down to the last
The words, selected from the Old Testament,
contain elements of dramatic power and descrip
tive lmagervparttcularly suited to musical effects.
The scene Is laid in bainarla during the wicked
reign of Ahab, the seventh King of Israel. The
oratorio opens with the startling prophecy of
Elijah, that there would be "no rain or dew for
three years, but according to my word." This is
followed by an overture of great beauty
of construction and depth of meanlnir.
preparing the mind almost impercepti
bly lor the despairing cry of the
people for succor, in the opening chorus, ""Help
Lord.' The earnest cry for help in the duet and
chorus, "Lord, bow Thine ear," is rollowed by
the aria, "If with all vour hearts,'1 in which de
liverance Is promised if they will truly turn and
seek the Lord. In the chorus, "i et doth the
Lord see It not," the people are faithless in be
lieving their prayer would be answered, and
tannt the Lord for mocking them in their great
distress. The double quartet, I'For He shall
give His angels charge over thee." Is replete
with beautiful effects and comforting assurances
of Divine protection. The waters of Cberith hav
ing dried up. Elijah is again directed to go to
Zarepbath, where a certain widow would snstaln
him. until the day the Lord would send rain npon
the earth. The meeting with the woman, and the
succeeding nlstory. relating to the barrel of
meal and cruse of olL which did not waste
or fall the raising her dead son to life by
Elijah, and herjoy and bellerin God, as shown by
Ills prophet, are graphically depicted in recita
tive and song, merging Into the chorus, "Blessed
are the men who fear the Lord." At the end of
three years Elijah slgnlfinles his intention to re
turn to Ahab. and that the Lord would then send
rain upon the earth.
Being taunted by the people for troubling Is
rael, Elijah says It Is AhaD and his father's bo'ise
who have tronbled Israel in dlsobenng God's
commands. The dramatic power and" ferrld elo
quence or the scenes subsequent to the test by lire
to determine whose God Is the Lord-tue thrilling
cry to Baal to heed their sacrifice the
taunt of Elijah to "call him louder "
and the final scenes recounting the prayer
or Elijah for God to show the people that Be is
God, are striking exemplifications of the great
renins of Mendelssohn. The creat and cnrKtir,
choral, "Cast Thy Burden on the Lord," is of
Itself a tone poem of exaulslte beautv.hardlv mr.
passed by any other composer. The earnest and
importunate prayer of Elijah for rain, added to
the fervent petitions of the (now) believing peo-
be to God."
i&,ai.,vt, MKBuvuBv bqu nearly
sat and Joyful chorus, "Thanks
This closes the first part of the oratorio. The
second part is in some respects finer than the first.
It contains at least as many immortal numbers,
while the great danger of monotony
Is avoided by a variety or new and
startling incidents woven Into an elaborate
whole, which, lrit does not exceed the first part
In beauty of arrangement, has evidently made
greater demands npon the composer, and aston
ishes the listener by its sustained power and com
pleteness. It opens with words or comfort to
Israel and assurances or protection from their
"Hear ye Israel. "Is one or the most thrilling
soprano songs ever written. Ike clear freshness
ortbe key of B (S sharps) breaks npon us with an
impetuous rush or words, "1, I am he that cora
forteth;benot afraid; 1 am Thy God." In tbe
course orthe song, all the most brilliant soprano
effects which are calculated to express tbe con
fidence or a burning Impetuosity seem to
nave WW ncii-uign excacstea. .Kut wo-
nsTo not yc uune wjm me exmting sentiment
stated by the soprano. Tor we are now close npon
what has been, notunjustly, considered the great
est or Mendelssohn's choruses. After a brier si
lence, the mighty "Be not afraid," with the
whole power or the chorus, orchestra and organ,
bursts with a crash upon tbe audience, already
filled with the emotions or triumph In its more
simple aong-rom. Abab being still rebellious
and Jealous of Elijah, influences the people to
cry out against him and tb seek his life. Elijah,
being entreated by bis friends, files to the wilder
nesa T wherein the agony or his soul he cries, "It
is enosgh. " The great aria, in which the sorrow,
orthe prophet are depicted. Is one or the most
grand and pathetic compositions in the whole
range of sacred son g. The angel trio, "l:
eyes," bas no parallel Tor exquisite beauv
strnetion and beauty or tone coloring. I
vocal trio with which we are acquainted equals
this one lnperfectness of form and of harmony.
This and the soothing mnslc of "He watches
over Israel" will ever remain enshrined In tbe
hearts or every lover or the chaste and beautiful.
They prepare the mind almost imperceptibly for
the exquisite air, "0 rest In the Lord," than
which nothing ever written Is more expressive
and full of meaning. The closing scenes are
graphically delineated, culminating In tbe quar
tet, "O come, everyone that thlrsteth," and the
chorus, "And then shall your light break forth."
the whole forming an epic poem worthy the fame
orthe great master.
The Gernert-Guentierorchestra wfU assist
in th commencement exercises at Beaver
i emate college on Meaday ana xuesaay even
lues of this week.
. a C. UzLLWrMd Simeon BtaseU
.. . IsSbsJMMesT ; "lV"
contributed organ selections to set off Prof
Brashear's lecture at tbe East Liberty Presby.
tenan Church lait Friday evening.
-Mr. Jons A. West, an organist of Chicago
came to Pittsburg the other day to see Manager
Foster, or the Boston Ideals, about the possible
production ot an opera be has just written.
Two thonsand dollars, pleasel
Mb. W.S. Weeden is invharge of the old
folks' concert to be given next Friday in Ma
sonic Hall, Allegheny, by the Choral Society of
the Central Reformed Presbyterian Church,
assisted by the Alpine Quartet.
Everything looks auspicious for the popu
lar success of the May Festival. Nothing but
the doors are left to make the sew Exposition
building ready for its inauguration; indeed, it
is likely that most of the five rehearsals to be
held this week will take place in the new
Me. As. M. Foeestee'S Bomanze for violin
and piano beads the list published by an East
ern musical journal of, the works by resident
American composers that have been accented
by the Examining Committee of the Music
Teachers' .National Association. Score one for
A correspondent -wishes to know why
Miss RosaLinde (Schzarschmidt),the contralto
so well known here, is not to sing at the May
Festival, as at first announced. Kb other rea
son can be ascertained than the fact that some
months ago Miss Undo severed ber connection
with the Juch Concert Company, which formed
the nucleus for the solo list of our festival.
The sacred concert to be given by the Bos
ton Ideals at the Bijou Theater this evening
should net a nice sum for the benefit of the So
ciety for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children
and Aged Persons. Mile, do Lussan, Mme.
L'Allcmand, Miss Claire, Clievalier Scovel,
Messrs. Baxter, Clark, Mertens and Bafnbridge
will take part. Mr. Carl Better is to officiate
I.Wr.Theodor Salmon, at his recital next
Tuesday evening in the North Avenue II. E.
Church, Allegheny (proceeds for charity), will
play Beethoven's Sonata Patbetlque, Chopin's
F minor Fanusie, Liszt's Sixth Rhapsodic ami
other less Important pieces. Miss Belle Tomer,
soprano, and a ladies' quartet will render vocal
assistance to round out the interesting pro
Mx.ee. de Z.VSSJLS last night took ber leave
of the operatic stage in America, before com
mencing the three years' artistic compaign she
expects to open in London and extend over the
continent. Colonel Mapleson will be her Eu
ropean manager. Carmen, 'Marglierlta, Mig
"on, and -4tdu will be ber leading roles; with
Cterubino ("Figaro's Hochzeit") and Leila
("Les Pecheurs de Perles") as subsidiary. It
is quite fitting that this most promising of
American prima donne should make her fare
well in the city which during ber first season
most warmly welcomed her and will always
follow ber career with especial interest.
Tee enthusiastic praise of good judges' who
heard Miss Johnson, of Chicago, sing last week
at the New York Philharmonic CInb concert,
has been clinched by the engagement of the
gifted young soprano by the East Liberty
Presbyterian Church at the very satisfactory
salary of $2,000 a year, the largest ever paid here.
Miss Johnson will sing two solos at each ser
vice, and the precentor, Mr. Boari, will still
lead the congregational hymns, thus making a
compromise between the choir and precentor
factions, though it is difficult to see why they
should not engage a contralto and a tenor, so
as to bave a quartet for anthem work and still
have the precentor lead the hymns.
The Mozart Club's concerts, with the Boston
Symphony Orchestra, at Old City Hall on
Wednesday and Thursday evenings, are the
events of the week. First night Mendelssohn's
"Elijah," by Mrs. Georgl Henschel, Miss Ade
laide Forseman, Mr. Paul Zimmerman and Dr."
Carl Martin, the Mozart Club, and tbe Boston
Symphony Orchestra, Mr. J.P. McCollum, con
ductor. Second night The Boston Symphony
Orchestra, Mr. Wilhelm Gericke, conductor,
Mr. and Mrs. Georg Henschel and Mr. C. M.
Loeffler, soloists. Mr. Loeffler has just been
substituted for Mr. Adamowski, and will play
a Fantasia for violin by Max Bruch. The rest
ot the programme was given in this column
last week. There is prospect that the attend
ance will be such as to justify the financial
risk assumed by the Mozart Club in bringing
here tbe finest orchestra in the country.
Me. Wtxj.1 am Guextbeb has been an active
factor in Pittsburg's musical life for about a
score of years, and bas ever been ready to give
his aid freely to all manner of benefit and
charitable concerts. His friends hare good
reason to count on the public's support in.ten
dering the favorite flautist his first testimonial
concert, which is to take place at Old City Hall
on the SIst of this month. Mr. Harry B. Brock
et! will on this occasion make his renfree upon
the local etage after his two years' of study in
Europe. Others who have promised their aid
are Mrs. J. Sharp McDonald, Miss Auguste
Guenther. Messrs. John and Charles Gernert
and the Haydn Quartet. There will also be an
orchestra of 40 selected players and a chorns of
similar size and quality, directed by Mr. J. P.
Hans vos Buelow has gone back to Ger
many after a phenomenally successful five
weeks on this sideA The clear 112,000 that be
takes with him is a large sum for that brief
period, but tbe artistic value received bas been
greater than the American public usually gets
from high-priced exotics. Amontr the man?
Sithy and epigrammatic sayings be has left be
ind him, one of the nest is this: "I find the
great fault with pianists is that they do not
learn to phrase properly. Every pianist should
learn to sing and play the .violin; then their
ears would hear more critically tbe sounds they
produce, and thereby teach tbem bow to
phrase. Bnt the average pianist plays by sight
only, and has no ears. He sees the keys and
tries to execute correctly, but the sound ha
produces, the effect of his work, is not ap
parent to "him. My advice to Young pianists
old ones won't take advice is to cnl
tivate their ears and strive to obtain beauty
and expression in what we term phrasing. It
is the real beginning to greatness as a pet
former." The one hundred and fiftieth reception of
the Art Society wound np its current season" in
an exceedingly pleasant manner. In addition
to the regular programme, Chevalier Edward
Scovel, of the Boston Ideals, who Was present
as a guest, fairly delighted that most cultured
and critical of Pittsburg audiences by singing
an aria from Marquis D'lmy's opera, "Les
Amants de Verone,"a song from Frederic
Clay's cantata, "Lalla Bookb," and a ballad
"Dawn," by Sir Frederic Somerset. Though
the private character of these charming recep
tions forbids public criticism, mention should
be made of the extraordinary pleasure mani
fested by the members and friends present in
listening to.Mrs. Josiah Cohen's playing of tbe
Schumann concerto all the more exceptional
because at the end of so solid and rich a pro
gramme as the following:
Mrs. A Israel, Mrs. Josiah Cohen,
Mrs. B. S. Trauerman.
Mrs. Enoch Bauh.
y Mrs. E. Rauh, Mr. S. Ji'loersbelm,-
jir. .uarics vuuper.
Vocal solo, BSft
(L Bomanze Golterman
12. LledOhne YVorte Schroeder
Mr. Charles Cooper.
Concerto 4 Schumann
Allegro, Andantlno, Allegro. Vivace,
Mrs. Cohen, Mrs. IsraeL
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THERE WILL BE A MEETING OF THE
stockholders ot the Pittsburg and Falrport
Terminal Company held at theomceot the com-
Sany, Coal Exchange Building, corner Smith
eld and Water sts Pittsburg, Pa.. MONDAY,
MAY 27, 18S9. 2 P. K., to elect directors, vote
upon thelease of tbe company's property to
the Pittsburg, Falrport and Northwestern
.Dock Company, and consider -such other busi
ness as maV.be brought up. A J. THOMAS,
C. a WIGHT, Setfy. President.
, my 11-29
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PlTTSBimG, May 9, 1889. J
DIVIDEND NO. 50-A DIVIDEND OF
FOUR FEB, CENT has been declared this
day, out of tbe earnings of tbo last six months,
payable on demand, free of tax.
myll-at W. STEINMEYEB. Cashier.
TUESDAY, MAY U,
At the rooms, 811 Market street,
At 1 o'clock sharp.
One hundred and twenty (120) rolls of tbe
finest kinds of carpets, just fresh from the
looms of the manufacturers, consigned to us
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Also, atsamo place, at 10 o'clock in tbe morn
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bolstered in spun silk, silk and crushed plushes,
English rug, damask, tapestries, brocatelle,
rep and haircloth. Easy chairs, divans, lounges,
fancy rockers, conches, cabinets, mirrors, book
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curtains; walnut, oak and cherry chamber suits,
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THOMAS McHEN BY, tfestern and Irwin ayes.
G. VT. HUGHES. Pennsylvania arid Beaver aves.
1'EltRY M. GLEIM. Uebecoa and Alleghany ayes.
ANTED-ONE HABNES3 MAKER. ATS335
WAK3U.H BT 0. B. InJli-lM
AMTED-TWO GOOD HARNESS MAKERS.
Apply at 2648 JT.EH.N AVJ5. inyiZ-139
1A.NTED-TWO CA.KER1AGE TEIMMEK3.
THUS. B. U.NE1L& CO., 6821 to 682a renn
ave., E. E.
WANTED AT ONCE-KIVE CARRIAGE
painters. L. GLESENKAMP ft SON, 828
Penn ave. myB-TS
WANTED -A riBST-CLASS COAT AND
pant maker. Apply to KELLY BROS.,
3033 Penn ave. myK-28
WANTED TWO EXPERIENCED BRUSH
makers for drawedwork. Apply at No. S3
FqUBTHAVK. ' mylz-33
TTANTKD-A BOY TO LEARN THE TIN
W business, at A. C. GAUGER'S.IW Monterey
St., Allegheny. mylz-120
VrrANTED-EIANO PLAYER-GOOD SING
W ER. for saloon. Apply to THOMAS
OULLBN, Bellalre, O. myll-8
TT-ANTED-M GOOD AGENTS FOR A GOOD
vv paying Business, can at ma run a an..
from 9 A. Jf. to-llM. Monday.
WANTED-GOOU.EXPERIENCED AND RE
LIABLE steward ror summer resort. Ad
dress HOTEL, Dispatch office. myl2-74
WANTED-AT ONOE-S CARRIAGE PAINT
ERS, atF.'W. SAWERTftCO.'S, Carriage
li'fr, 5917 to 6923 Penn ave., E.E., elty. my!2-lM
WANTED COACHMAN FOR LIVERY;
none but experienced need apply. T. It.
MORELAND, 6100 Penn ave., East End. my$-U
WANTEDPHARMACIST NIGHT CLERK
Must be registered and have satisfactory
references. Address SODA, Dispatch office.
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS BARBER AT
Henry Hllberg's, Beaver Falls. Call at B.
W. BLACK'S, 80 Diamond St., Monday, May 13.
-TTANTED ONE EXPERIENCED VISE
VV hand and one good lathe hand. Address
BRILLIANT GLASS VoRKS, Brilliant, Oblo.l
WANTED-A COACHMAN-ONE ACCUS
T05IBD to city driving; none need apply
without reference. Address C. D., Dispatch
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS BARBER (COL
ORED), who is sober, genteel and jpollle.
Apply afonce to L. 0. JONtS, Box 6S0, Union
town. Pa. myll-57
WANTED-GREENSAND MULDERS AND
coremakers; steady employment' to good
men. Apply to JOHNSON FOUNDRY CO.,
Johnstown, Pa. myll-M
WANTED-A DRUG CLEBK-OKE WHO
has a manager's certificate and comes well
recommended. Address 8. H. VOGEL, Webster
ave. and Roberts street, city. myl2-30
TTTANTED-A FEW INTELLIGENT 8ALES
VV MEN for city business: good pay and steady
work ror tbe right men; reference required. P. F.
COLLIER, 103SPenn ave. myl2-81
WANTED-A PtJSmG.BELlABLE BUSI
NESS man (cot under sofunemployed at
present; must have executive ablllryjjtw weekly:
A 1 references required. Address EXECUTIVE
ABILITY, Dispatch office. myl2-7B
WANTED - YOUNG MAN 'AS STENOG
RAPHER and typewriter, with some
knowledge or bookkeeping: must write a good
band; answer stating experience, Address-AS-SlgrANT,
Dispatch office. myl2-l2S
WANTED BAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
COLLEGE, 4 Sixth st. Penmanship, book
keeping, eclectic shorthand, typewriting, arith
metic thoroughly taught for 5 per mo.; Instruc
tion private for both sexes; open through summer,
day and evening. mylO-TTSSu
WANTED-WE DESIRE TO ESTABLISH A
general agency in Pittsburg or vicinity to
control the sale of a staple article or dally con
sumption: any energetic man with small capital
may secure a permanent, paying business. For
particulars address GRLKNW1CH MANUFACT
URING gp.,S8Vesey st. , N. Y. myU-
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 z-cent stamp; wages 83 per
day; permanent position; no postals answered;
money advanced ror wages, advertising, etc.
CENTENNIAL MAN'F'G CO., Cincinnati Ohio.
WANTEO-AGENTSTO SELL AND EVERY
BODY to use Dr. O'Keefe's Liver PlUs,
Cold or Catarrh Pills, Cough Pills, Diarrhea
Pills, Dyspepsia Pills, Rheumatism Pills, Head
ache Pills, Skin Eruption Pills, Neuralgia Pills,
Piles Pills, 25 cents: large bottles, 81; sent postage
paid. DR. U'KEEFE ft CO.. Homeopathic Chem
ists. 34 Fifth ave. and 423.Penn ave. royl2-U2
VTT ANTED GENERAL ND LOCAL
VV agents to handle entirely new chemical ink
erasing blotter,nercr before known to tbe public;
sells at sight; everv writer needs the eraser: the
blotter erases ink without abralding paper, and
rapidly ass flash of electricity; 200 to 600 per cent
profit: territory free: salary to good men;
samples, 35c. For terms and full particulars ad
dress THE CHAMPION ERASER -CO., Manu
facturers, La Crosse, Wis. my!2-C2
ANTED TWENTY EXPERIENCED
salesladies. Apply Monday morning.
DANZIQEK ft SHOENl
WANTED PROTESTANT GIRL COOK.
Apply MRS. W. H. DAULER, Terrace ave.
and Robinson St., Oakland, city. myl2-60
WANTED-GIHL-MU8T BE A GOOD COOK
and lrouer; no washing; small family- Ap-
piycuiALUxijU.un avz,, xasi.uu.
WANTED - A YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST
with light housework and help attend
children. SMALLMAN ST., second door from
Thirty-seventh street. my!2-3l
"TTTANTED WOMAN COOK FOB SMALL
VV sommer hotel near city: good wages. Call
at 43 FEDERAL ST.. Allegheny, Tuesday, from
10 to 12; none but experienced cook need apply.
WANTRD-EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GEN
ERAL housework, in a small family in Al
legheny; best wages paid: "no Irish need apply:"
also, a woman: on Mondays and Tuesdays, for
laundry. LAMAR, Dispatch office. myl2-108
W ANTED-BY YOUNG MAW EMPLOY
MENT as traveling servant or under but
ler, salary being no object. Address P. R.. DIs-
patch office. my!2-l23
TaTANTED-A POSITION BY AN AMANU
VV iNBlSand shorthand writer: can operate
a Callgraph or Remington: best of references fur
nished. Address O. NVBAMSEY, Greensburg, Pa.
WANTED-SUPKB1NTENDENT WITH 11,800
cash (controlled by himself): salary 1150.
MERCHANT, 168 Fourth ave., New York.
Rooms. Houses. Etc
fTTANTED-TO BENT-FURNISHED HOUSE
VV Ior summer, Oakland to East End. f40to
850 per month. Address W. S., Dispatch office.
TTTANTED-SMALL FUBN1SHED HOUSE IN
VV country, 'not over 10 miles from city, on line
of railroad. Address, stating location and rent,
NEHOC, Dlsjatch office. myl2-l22
aTANTED-TO PURCHASE A RESIDENCE
W or a larre lot near Superior station, P., Ft,
W. ft O. B. B.. suitable ror building a good
house. AddresrT. M., Dispatch office, myll-a
tTT-s-NTED-A FAMILY COMPOSED OF 3
VV wouldllke to take charge of a house during
tbe owner's absence through the summer; first
class relercnce furnished. Address MRS. H.,
Dispatch office. mytt-?
TTTANTED-BOARD1NG IN THE COUNTRY
VV on line of railroad; state terms. Address
W, A. L., Dispatch office. myl2-105
TTTA.NTED-COUNTRY BOARD FOR TWO
W families: along the line or the P. B. R. pre
ferred. Address P. 0, BOXcW. myl2-120
TTANTED-KOOH WITH BOARD, ABOUT 10
V V or 12 miles from elty, for young lady; with
an old couple preferred. Address O. R... Dispatch
office. myl2-37 '
WANTED-ROOM AND BOARD IN ALLE
GHENY, not more tbaH IS minutes' walk
HBaoretnaH v minutes' waic
d Sixth sts.. by a young lady
Ibe'etayi private finally pre
irvm cor. rena. aau o
emnloycd dwiag Ike
.fluitt -.?dua4 T.
Male and Pemale Help,
TTTASTED-AGENm MEN OR WOMEN, TO
V r sell Missouri steam Washer to families: ar
Ruments In its favor nnmeroua.and.convlnclng:
sales made without dlmcnltyr profits large; sent
on two weeks' trial, to be returned at my expense
if not satisfactory; write for Illustrated circular
" terms, r, nusiii, otKuaau, a,
Boarders and Lodgers.
"VXT ANTED- BOARDERS - FURNISHED
JV front room to let. with good board, on
union ave.t reference exchanged. Address A.
K., Dispatch office. mytt-iH
TIT-ANTED BOARDERS -ELEGANT PAR
TY LORS faclnp park, with flrst-cUss board;
also second-story iront room facing lawn; refer
ence. lOJUEDAK AVE., Allegheny. myl2-H2
TTTANTED-OCCUPANT3 FOR TWO WELL
.it tarnished connecting rooms; also large
hack parlor, newly furnlshedwlth folding bed
stead; a few doors from East Park. Address
PRIVATE FAMILY, Dispatch office. myl2-144
TTJANTfcO A FEW BOARDERS Ilf APRI
.VV VATK family at East Springfield. ra near
Lake Erie, on. the . ft P. Ry.;good. fishing and
boating; use of horse and buggy if desired: cool
lake winds; pleasant home for those wanting to
spend the summer In the country: am stopping at
present at 6209 bTA'flON STREET; write or call.
CJ. W. D. myK-33
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY AT 4KB AND
6 per cent free or tax, W. a STEWART;
114 Fourth ave. JaM-2-su
TTTANTED-GOOD CITY MORTGAGES IN
I V all amounts: money at low rates and small
expense. O. H. LOVE, 03 Fourth avenue.
W in sums to suit at AH. 6 and 6 percent.
ALLES ft BAILEY, 1M Fourth ave. Tel. 1G7.
TTTANTED-RENTS COLLECTED PROM1T-
VV LY; property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES ft BAILEY, 1M Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
TTTANTED-PABTIES TO EXAMINE IN VX3T
W MENT: no risk and at least 10C percent
profit. Inquire or JAMES L. ORB, 140 Fifth aVc,
TjrTANTED-fiOKTGAGES, IN LABGE OR
VV small amounts, on improved city or Alleghe
ny county property, at lowest market rates.
THOS. LIGGETT, No. lM Fourth ave. mylO-71
TXTANTED-MORTG AGES-MONEY TO LOAN
VV at 45, B ando per cent on improved
Pittsburg, Allegheny and suburban properties:
amounts to suit. J. R. COOPER ft CO., 1OT Fourth
VV on city add suburban properties at 4M, Sand
6 per cent, and on larms in Allegheny and aajti-
cent counties at 6 per cent.
X. JU. fAliivua at
eisi, ii x carta avenue.
TTrANTED-O'O LOAN MONEY-WE HAVE
V V over one million dollars to loan on city and
suburban property at M per cent; no tax: we
will also loan money on improved farms In AUe
gheny, Beaver. Fayette, Washington and West
moreland counties; any marketable security taken
for loans o rtmy amount. BLACK ft BAIRD, 95
Fourth ave. , Je3-a9-su
TTrANTED-TO MAKE BROMIDE PRINTS
VV for artists and photographers. Send for price
list. PITTSBURG CRAYON CO., 631 Smith
field st. myl2-iu
WANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
dozen OS) or Stewart ft Co.'sflne cabinet
photos for II, at SO and 82- FEDERAL ST., Alle
TTTANTED-YOUNG MEN TO LEARN THE
VV art or ventriloquism, at a small cost. Call
or address VENTRILOQUIST, 33 Besaca street,
Allegheny City. mylO-78
VV piano In good order: easy payments. Ad
dress, giving price, particulars, etc., S. II. M..
Dispatch office. myll-a
TTTAN TED-LADIES TO KNOW HAUGH ft
VV Kecnan repair, rettnlsh or npholster old
furniture promptly and In tbe best possible man
ner. 33 AND it WATER ST. 'Phone 1626. my9-82
WANTED MEN LEARN THE ART OF
gentlemen's garment cutting; no trying
on required: night sessions Monday, Wednesday
and Saturday, 7 to 8 r. it., 614 Wood st. URLlNi
ft SON. ap30.68
TTTANTED-EyERYBOD Y TO GET ONE DOZ.
VV fine cabinet pbotos for 89 cents at
AUFRECHT'S ELITE GALLERY. SIS Market St.,
Pittsburg, Pa., for SO days only; elevator: come,
ruuorsuine; oriag cuiarea.
ANTKD-CUsTOMERS FOB CASH BAB-GAINU-Elffln.
eilverirfe watches. S3. 87. 89:
Elgin gold ladles? watches, KO, 823, 829: nickel
per set. JOHNMITSCH, Jeweler. 130 Federal st.
ANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO-
dozen; pbotas delivered when promised; instau
taneons process. mhl3m3
TTT ANTED MARRIED OR SINGLE MEN TO
VV invest In building sites at Maplewood
Park, Wllklnsburgtlots 40x110; 110 to 820 down,
balance 81 to 3 per weekrsct quick before they
are all gone; 70 sold in one week; call on the
agents, who will pay your fare ahd take you to see
the grounds. J. &-COOPER ft CO.. W7 Fovrth
HOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
TJIOR SALE-,65b-CONGBE33 STREET; 4
JD ROOMED brick dwelling: large, nice lot;
easy terms. GEORGE BCHMIDT, 157 Fourth ave.
F)R SALE 84,000; FORBES STREET; 9
ROOMED brick dwelling house; good lot; a
big bargain. GEORGE SCHMIDT. 167 Fourth
FOR SALE-THIRD AVE.. NEAR POSTOF
FICE, brick heusc ot 9 rooms: good lot, side
entrance, etc.; cheap and easy terms. J. B.
COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth ave. myl2-88
FORSALE-VYLIEAVE., NEAR ERIN ST..
a bargain; brick house of 6 rooms, good cellar;
nat. and art. gas: lot 22x110: price 48,600. J. R.
COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth ave. myl2-88
10B BALK-ONLY 81,400-CONKLING ST.,
JL. nail square iruui itjub vc, ubh tiotuo
bouse. 4 rooms, well finished, good lot. J. R.
COOPER ft CO., J07 Fourth ave. my!2-38
TJIOR SALE 81.00O-8ECOND AVE., ABOVE
JJ Try street: brick house or S rooms and attic;
lot IJxlTo: rents ror 8120 peryear; terms easy, J,
K. COOPKB ft CO., 107 Fourth ave. myfe-88
OR SALE-85, 600 WILL BUY FOUR HOUSES,
each containing 4 rodcis. ess and water.
and will rent -so as to pay 10 per cent;
lot 30x1(0, located on Gum street, W. C. STEW
ART, lit Fourth ave.
FOBBALE-BLUFPST.: 83, 000-FINE BRICK
residence stone front, 12 rooms, with every
modern convenience: elegantly finished and
newly papered throughout: easy terms. ,T. R.
COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth ave. my!2-88
FOR SALE CENTER AVE., NEAR ROBERTS
St., brick dwelling O rooms ahd storeroom;
also brick dwelling In rear 6 rooms,' etc.; lot S4x
100 to alley; rental OT4 ycarly;price 83,000. ALLES
ft BAILEY, lMFonrthave. Tel. 187; mi!2-H
FOR SALE-SOUTHS1DE SARAH ST., NEAR
'Twelfth St., brick dwelling 2-story, 5 rooms
and finished attic: both gases: lot 18x60 feet to
alley: private side alley; bargain for quick buyer.
ALLES ft BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 187.
TJIOR 8ALE-83,S00-LOMBARD STREET, 7
4? roomed brick dwelling house; batb, range,
slate roof, slate mantels, natural gas, papered
throughout; lot 22x128; nicely fenced up: terms
reasonable. GEORGE SCHMIDT, 157 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-ON WASHINGTON ST., NEAR
Wylle, lotaoxlW to an alley: good two-story
brick or 6 rooms and attic: natural gas, slate roof,
good sewerage, outside irashhouse: all In good
condition; only 88,230. THOS, LIGGETT, No. 114
Fourth ave. mylO.71
FOB BALE-ROW OF 8 2-STOBY BRICK
houses; almost new; wellsltuited: pays 8 per
cent: room ror 6 additional houses on rear or lot:
It will then pay 12 per cent i street and alley paved
and sewered: houses never Idle. Principals only
inquire or MORRIS ft FLEMING, 110 Fourth ave.
TJOR SALE-KOSETTA ST.. NINETEENTH
JD ward, frame house, 3 rooms: good water; lot
tOxlOCL carfare, 5 cents to the city; price, S1.3W:
alfin frmnhnnAi. lrnfllnL TlMrlv new lot 26x100:
price, 81,000; ose-fourtlr cash, balance to suit.
CHARLE3 SCHWAN, Station St. andP.R. R.,
TJiOR BALE-E. J. BUGDEN'S BEAUTIFUL
JD residence, No.m Fortieth st. ; a brick bouse
ofhall, vestlbuleandJ21argerooms and finished
attic, batb, range, double parlors, sliding doors,
both gases, and In fact every modern convenience
for a complete borne: lot 25x125 ft.; price 87. 600,
one-third cash, bal. to suit; be sure and examine
this property before buying elsewhere; any agent
procuring me a purchaser for this and any other
property that I Save for sale. I will divide the
commission. THOS. MCCAFFREY, 3509 Untie
st Telephone 6514, my-28-wssu
East End Residences.
T710B 8ALE-87,696-TEBMS H.C00 CASH. BAL
X? AN CE 825 a month a new, attractive and
substantial Queen Anne brick dwelling, contain
ing 9 rooms, bath and all conveniences: is elegantly-finished
and located in one orthe most de
sirable nelphhnrhnnris In tbe East 2nd. W. C.
STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. ap21-19-8n
FOR BALE THOUGHTFUL PERSONS IN
buying a home will tako.lnto account the sur
roundings and probabilities or enhancement or
value; convenience to good Improvements is a
leading consideration; also rapid transit to and
from the business part of the city: the quality of
the houses in tbe neighborhood goes for a good
deal: as to build or buy a handsome stone or brick
residence and have Inferior houses go up after
ward on adjoining Jots detracts from tbe value of
the first: to buy on a neatly paved street, with
sewers, gas and Water already laid, is important;
one then knows .what tbe whole cost Is, and bss
not to worry about tbe cost of future grading and
paving. All these items and many more are cov
ered at tbe handsome new dwellings on Oakland
Square (formerly Linden Grove), which need only
be seen to be appreciated. The price is 88,600 and
and , 750. payable on easy terms, for .elegant,
thoroughly well built and. commodious 'houses,
standing apart, onlotiJ&xHO, and fitted with all
the modern conveniences. All the houses front
, on asphaltum streets, and npon a handsome park
piantea wun suaue trees; oia lores trees picuu
fully shade the neighborhood. The cable cars are
now but six minutes' distant, ana will be brought
sua nearer, rjmee nouses are rapiaiy seuing,
VO SALK IMPROVED RfeALfBSTATK.
an End Reaincseea.
OB SALE-COKNEB LAUREL AVENUE
and Cedar street. Klnnmflclrt; lot 41x160, with
4 small houses? (rood investment, very cheap.
GEORGE SCHMIDT, 157 Fourth ave. ,
TTiOH 8ALE-MEYRAN AVE., OAKLAND,
JD only S3, 700 ror nice little home, B rooms, front
and back porches, with lot 20x100 feet to an alley.
SPENCER ft GLObSER, 419 Hmlthfleld st.
TJIOR SALE-t3Z,S0O-AN ELEGANT
DENCE, deslrahlv Incited on anaved avenue.
with good sewerage. In the heart of Sbadyslde;
lot 114x400 feet. WV 0. STEWART, 114 Fourth
FOB SALE-il,a0O-TRMS MOO CASH. BAL
ANCE S100 the first year and S200 a year there
after will buy a 4 room house with z acres of
round on Leamington avenue. W.C STEWART,
4 Fourth ave. ap21-)9-sn
FOR SALE-3,80O: BLEGANT 7-ROOMED
brick dwelling bouse; bath, slats roor, slate
mantels, natural gas, papered throughout; lot Ox
126. nicely fenced up; terms moderates GEO,
SCHMIDT; 157 Fourth ave. , jnyU-10-yTSSn
TTIOR 8 ALE-A SUBSTANTIAL BRICK HOUSE
JC or 7 rooms and all conveniences; lot40xl50;
located on a paved street In Oakland, a minutes
from cable cant price and terms-reasosable-. W.
C. STEWART, 114 Fourth avenue. , iajZ-CfrBn
FOR SALE-BOQUET ST. -OAKLAND, ELE
GANT mansard brick .dwelling, 8 rooms,
bath. Inside w, c. hot and cold water, etc: lot
21x175 ft.: price $0,000: terms reasonable. SPEN
CER ft GLOSSER, 419 Smithneld St."
FOR SALE-MEADOW ST., ,200, MODERN
Queen Anne dwelling, eight rooms, recep
tion hall, bath, w. c.. rouge, Ti. and c. water,
slate mantels, inside shutters, porches, etc.; lot
29x100. J. R. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth ave.-myl2-83
TJIOR oALE-BJ6,000-SUBSTANTIAL NEW
X; and attractive brick residence of I2rooms.wlth
large lot: nothing better ior the money in the
East End: Is desirably located on one ortbe main
avennes. Wi C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
FOBSALE-ON O'HABA ST., E. K, LOT 42
X130: elegant frame house of 8 rooms, bath,
etc. ; slate mantels, nat. gas and all conveniences;
this is a good property and in one or the most de
sirable neighborhoods. THOS. LIGGETT. 114
Fourth ave. myS-n-HTTTSu
TJIOR 8ALE-t8,000-TERM3 TO BUTT PUR
Jj CHASER, substantial new and attractive
brick dwelling, having 4 rooms on first floor, 4
rooms and bath on second. 3 attic rooms and all
conveniences: well finished throughout: desirably
located In Oakland. W, C. STEWART. 114
Fourth ave. ap21-19-su
TJIOR SALE-FRAME HOUSE NEARLY
JD new, s rooms, finished attic, cellar, city
water, porches, pantry; also 2-room house in rear
or lot, near Hlland ave.; price, 83,000; hair cash,
balance long time; look at this property. CHAS.
8CHWAN, Room 3, Schwan block, opposite East
Liberty station. myl2-tt5
TJtOR SALE-SEVERAL GOOD BABGA1NS AT
X; Oakland in brick dwelling houses, near cable
line, ranging In price from 84,000 to 80,000: are
very desirable properties: tbey are on Fifth
avenue, Forbes st., Meyran avenue. Dlthrldge.
Fillmore and other good sts. : these properties are
very desirable properties and are bound to sell;
come and let us show them to you. C. H. LOVE,
83 Fourth ave. myll-31
TJIOR SALE-P0.000-TEBMS TO SUIT PUR
JD CHASER; new Queen Anne brick residence,
having large porches, vestibule: 4 rooms on first
floor, 4 rooms and bath on second and 3 attlo
rooms; well finished, nicely papered and has
fine gas fixtures; good stable on premises; large
lot; located on a paved avenue, in a well-lia-
roved and desirable neighborhood. W. C.
TEW ART. 114 Fourth ave. ap21-18-SU
TJIOR 8ALE-ON PENN AVENUE, NEABLIN
JD DEN, fine lot 46x179, with good brick house:
reception hall, parlor, library, dining room, kitch
en and large pantry on first floor: five good rooms,
bath, etc., on second floor; large finished attic and
cedar closet on third floor: electric bells, sneaking
tubes, slate mantels, sliding doors between parlor
andllbrary and reception hall and parlor; elegant
rront porch, bay windows; an elegant neighbor
hood and very fine property in every respect.
THOS. LIGGETT, lUFonrth ave.
FOR S ALE-NO. 841 SOUTH HILAND AVE
NUE, East End, a modern built 2-story and
mansard brick residence, wltn porches, etc., 10
rooms, all tbe modern conveniences, hot and cold
water, lhkldo w. c, bathroom, etc., both gases,
beater in cellar: lot Uxl40 to a 2o-foot alley, with
good stable and carriage house1; all in perfect
order: the location Is nnjurnassed by any in tbe
East End, being on the line of the Pittsburg Trac
tion Co. and near Pa. R. R. and tbe Citizens'
Traction Line; this is certainly the most destrable
property now offering ror sale ; It must be seen to
be fully appreciated: anyone desiring to look at it
will be famished with a pass to look at It on ap
plication at onr office. C. H. LOVE, 83 Fourth
Two good frame dwellings of 4 rooms, fin
ished attic and cellars each: lots each 24x120; easy
terms. J. R. COOPER &OO.,.107 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-DESIRABLE ALLEGHENY RESI
DENCE, Federal St., near the parks; will
exchange for first-class suburban property. A.
J. PENTECOST, 411 Grant St. myU-44
TJIOR SALE-8S.0O0-THAT ELEGANT NEW
JD and substantial press brick dwelling (never
occupied), containing 8 rooms, batb, stationary
wasbstands, laundry, cement collar and all Im
provements, located on Aekley St., head ot
Monterey St. W. O. STEWART, U4 Fourth ave.
FOR BALC-ON OHIO RIVER, FOUB MILES
from Wellsvllle, 6 acres, frame house, four
rooms, abundance or all kinds of fruit. Address
8. N. CRAWFORD, Ethel Landing, Pa.
TJIOR SALE AT BELLEVUE AN ELE
JP GANT country home near to railroad and
the proposed electric road: has all the modern lm-
firovemsnts; water from a nover falling spring all
hrough the bonse: Inside w. c, bath, etc. C. H.
LOVE, 83 Fourth avenue. myll-31
IOB SALE-20,OX-8UB9TANTIAL BRICK
residence, containing 12 rooms and all con
veniences: lot 192x264; this property Is desirably
located In Wilklnsburg; faces two good -avenues,
and tbe ground alone If laid off In lots will sell for
tbe money: owner refused several years ago 823,
000 cash. W. CbTEWABT, U4 Fourth ave.
TJiOR SALE FIFTEEN MINUTES' WALK
JD from Sharpsbnrg station, on good road, brick
bouse or7 large rooms and a small frame house. 3
stables, VA acres of laud, large orchard, grapery,
etc.; premises are connected with railroad by
board walk and are unsurpassed In beauty and
healthfulness of location. Inquire at DENTAL
ROOM, No. 11 Wylle ave. my7-S2-TT8a
FOR BALE FRAME HOUSE, RECEPTION
hall, parlor,ltbrary,dlning room, two pantries
and kitchen on first floor, 4 rooms and bath on
second floor, finished attic, both gases, fine man
tels, tile hearths, double oven range, porches,
electric bells, furnace, cemented cellar, perfectly
sewered: this houBe Is double weatherboarded: lot
44x122; only 3 minutes from Wilklnsburg station;
37, 000; terms to suit. CHAS. BCHWAN, Station
st. and T. R. R.. East End. myl2-125
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE 835 PER FRONT FOOT. ON
Wylle ave. ; cable cars will pass this property;
360 feet frontage by 100 feet deep: perfectly level
lots: big bargain. See plan nt ALLES ft BAILEY,
164 Fourth ave. Telephone 167. my9-92
TJiOR SALE-A CHANCE FOR SPECULATION,
1 one acre near Wylle ave. cable line In the
Thirteenth ward, beautifully situated and will
lay out In lots to advantage: a great bargain. J,
B. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth ave. myl2-88
FOR SALE-WYLIE AVE.-LOT3 FBOM S2M
to 8350: terms, 810 cash: balance in small
monthly payments; come quick and buy quick;
these lots are bound to double In value on the
completion of Central Traction road. J. R.
COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth ave. myl2-8J
"COB SALE-HERE IS AN INVESTMENT-850
JD per front foot for graded lota 05 feet deep on
good, wide, clean streets. In center of city: streets
Saved and sewered, and all assessments (Including
ix to date) paid; ror building purposes or as an
investment for ftiture Increase this property at
low price offered will pay handsomely. C. H.
LOVE, 93 Fourth ave. myl2-63
FOR SALT-LOTS! LOTS II LOTSIIt AT HA
ZELWOOD; choice lots. 26x130 each, fronting
on 60 ft, streets: location unsurpassed: terms to
suit buyers. J. B. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth
ave. ' myl2-Ss
FOBBALE-YOUSAYYOU DESIRE HEALTH,
pure air, pure water, beautiful scenery and
rapid transit; locate on the Watson acre and H
acre sites. Perrysvllle avenue. Tenth ward. Alle
gheny: Pittsburg office, A. J. PENTECOST. 413
Grant street. my!2-64
EORSALE-FAKM-ALMOST GIVEN AWAY;
fruit, nice aprlngst'near railroad station,
jalre at once for a bargain of JAMES L. ORB,
110 Fifth ave., Pittsburg, Pa. myl2-l4
TJOR SALE-FARM AT HOBOKEN-93 ACRES;
Jj 2mlnutes walk from station; one of the best
farms In the county. For particulars see J. B.
COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth ave. myl2-8
FOB SALE-OB EXCHANGE-KANSASFAEM
of 150 acres: Improved: worth 83,500; near a
city or 12.000; country store would do. J. H.
STEVENSON ft CO., 100 Fifth ave. myl2-40v
TJiOR BALE-ABOUT 8 AClttS OF,
land, boantlfllllv lneatK1. near Shields Sta
tion, P. Ft. W. ft O. R. R., will seU at about hair
tbe price asked for the same class of property
near re C H. LOVE, 98 Fourth avenue.
TJtOB BALE 147 ACRES SITUATE IN WEST-
Ardsra station, only 18 miles from Pittsburg; bas
39 acres of coal, is good wheat or stock farm ; well
watered: bouse of 8 rooms, large bank barn: land
Is rolling, and all under cultivation: price 510, OKI;
inis is me Dest iarm tor toe money on wv jreiuts.
B. B. W.C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
TJiOR BALE-200 ACRES -AT ARDABA STA
JD TION, Pennsylvania Railroad. 18 miles from
Pittsburg (as a whole orto salt purchaser), has a
large sand stone quarry opened, a large sand bank
and about ISO acres or level land suitable for man
ufacturing purposes; ,al)olBi Carnegie Bros, ft
Co.. and only IvenMes from tbe' new Wtttbu
bduse Worts at WilsaersHBf. W.C. STEWART,
iHrssnaiTtsw, m., - . Jpaps-sfsji -
East Ens! L'ltfs.
OB SALEteo-CTNTEB AVE.
Sbadyslde, 81x170 feet. W. O.
M WART, U4 Fourth ave,
UBiiiin Hi - mrinvnn
FOB BALE-SEVERAL CHOICE LOTS DESIR
ABLY located on Fifth ave., Sbadyslde. W.
C. STEWART, U4 .Fourth ave. ap21-l-SU
TflOR ALE-t7.5eo-NEGLEY AVES UE, COR
A.tt.r-IS-;Iar''rella St., 110X170
STEWART, 114 Fourth aprenue.
rect. W. C.
T7K)RSALE-Sl750--SOxlCS FEET. LOCATED IN
X one bf the choicest neighborhoods In Shady
side. W, C. SaHWART, U4 Fourth ave.
TiWK SALE-A NUMBER OF THE CHOICEST
Sj lots In the East End: will pay yon to see us
berore buying. W. C
STEWART. 114 Fourth
TJIOR SALE -AT A BABOAIN-S LOTS ON A
X1 good street at Oakland to a quick buyer:
wilt take fS00 cash : this Is a bargain not often to be
had. C. II. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue. myll-31
FOR SALE Z LOTS FAIHMOUNT AVE.,
about flmlnn tea from cable line. Nineteenth
ward: only $300 each; act qnlce. CHARLES
BCHWaN, Station st. and P. It. B., East End.
TJIOR HALE-ON WALNUT ST., NEAR HI-
LAND ave,: lot 60x220 to Elwood st.: a beau
tiful location, good neighborhood, very conveni
ent; fa,K. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth
FOR SALE LARGE LOTS NEAR SOUTH HI
LAN Dave, size 49x141 feet to wide alley:
price is very low, and extraordinary good terms
can bo given. JOHN F. BAXTER, Agt, 612
Bmitlrfield street. my 12-91-rrssn
FOB-bALE-ON CORNER SOUTH H1LAND
ave. and Walnut st.. beautiful Building Site.
1C8 ft. "front by 140 ft. deep, on good terms aud
ottered below market price. THUS. LIGGETT,
No. 114 Fourth ave. mylO-71
TJIOR SALETHE LARGEST LOTS, THE BEST
P Improvements, most convenient locations,
lowest prices, easiest terms; can all be secured In
TheBium Grove Plan," Negley ave. JOHN
F. BAXTER, Agt., tlZSmlthfield street.
FOR BALE-ON IOWA ST., NEAR HEBRON
ave. and terminus or Wylle ave.. one or the
finest building lots In the Thirteenth ward, front
ing 250 ft. on Iowa st. bv 125 ft. deep, will be sold
cheap. J. B, COOPER "ft CO., 107 Fourth ave.
jWR BALE-CHOICE LOTH AT DALLAS BTA-
JD TION. P. R. K.. convenient to steam and
street cars; cheap and on easy terms; situation un
surpassed: price ranging from (40S to SG00. Inquire
of D. c. NEGLEY, 8108 Penn ave.. East End.
TJIOB SALE-QX EDWIN 8T., WITHIN 3
JD minutes' walk or Fifth ave. cable cars: good
building lot, 30x120 to 20-root sewered alley: both
Eases and elty water on the street; good nelghbor
ood: only 81,300, tCOOcasb, bal. in 3 years. THOS.
LIGGETT, N o. 114 Fourth ave. mylO-71
lev ave. and Marearetta
JD site corner or Negley ave.
St.. facinir cast 111x170: Maraaretta St. cared free
of expense to purchaser: price for a short time, 870
?er foot front. CHAS. SCHWAN. Station St., and
, R. R.. East End. Telephone 5133. myl2-12S
TJIOR? BALE-LOTS 100x23) FEET, LOCATED
JD on Filth avenue, Sbadyslde. facing Amber
son ave.: this is without donbt the choicest loca
tion In the East End: the ground lays in snch a
manner that for very little money It can be graded
and a handsome eflect produced In way of land
scape gardening. W. C. STEWART, 111 Fonrth
FOR SALE-87,500-THAT ELEGANT BUILD
ING site, 116x173 feet (as awbole or will sell
half), located on Rebecca si., Shadyslde, between
Centr ave. ana Penn ave., facing Baum Grove,
is well elevated, level, has eastern exposure, fine
residence on either side and In a neighborhood
that will undoubtedly be strictly first-class. W.
C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. my!25-Su
"TJIOR BALE-P0, 000-10 ACRES OF GROUND,
JD -suitable for laying out In lots: is perfectly
level, well elevated and desirably located' In the
heart of the East End, In a neighborhood that will
undoubtedly be strictly flrst-ciass;Is within 12 min
utes' walk or Fifth avenue cable cars: bas a front
age or 2, 800 feet: fine brick dwelllngof 8rooms and
a frame ors rooms; terms 8iaro cash, balance to
suit purchaser. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth
FOB SALE MAPLEWOOD PARK-LOTS 40x
120. J. B. COOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth ave.:
TJIOR BALE - MAPLEWOOD PARK, WIL
JD KINSBURG, laid out by Geo. 8. Martin; ele
gant building lots, 40x120 and 40x240:8160 to ftoo
each; 810 to 820 down, balance SI to S3 per week:
tbese are the most desirable lots on tbe market
and are bound to double In value within the next
90 days; 63 trains each way daily; call on tbe
Koufc, irno wiu pay your isre ana tase yoa w sec
IOOPER ft CO., 107 Fourth
LOTB In Second ward, Allegheny; all sizes;
nrlrea. S4CO to SC2S.
LOTS MeGuunlgle plan
of lots at Chartlers;
cneap; easy terms.
LOTS Out Wylle ave., on line or nsw cable road;
low prices; terms easy.
W. W. McN EILL ft BRO.,
103 Fourth ave.
TJtOK SALE-A GOOD SALOON-WELL LO
JD CATED, at So. 448 East Federal St., Youngs
town, Ohio. MARY BAUL1NE. mylZ-TO
JD In good location In Allegeny
W. W. MC-
t jiAfij Cb XfcU.t iio J ourta ave.
TJiOE BALE-COUNTRY STORE. IN A GOOD
JD town, on B. R.: splended schools, etc.: will
Invoice about 81000. A
at once to J. H.
STEVENSON ft Co., 100 F
;h ave. myl2-4S
IOR BALE DRUGSTORE IN A
town on the P. It. R.: nonulatlon 2.000
opposition: 3 physicians; goodjpreicrtptlon trade;
will sell cheap,
Address IPECAC, Dispatch
location: doing splendid business: all con
venlencesroniy.reason for selling is bad health;
have made money; only 8300. MAGA W ft GOFF,
145 Fourth ave. myl2.9
FOR SALE-GOOD PAYING BUSINESS FOR
lady that can sew for about 1.0U: neat little
confectionery and Ice cream business, 8200: bakery
with horse and wagon, woo; stores of all kinds;
100 business chances. BHEPARD ft CO.. 64 Fifth
TJIOR BALE-AT WASHINGTON, D. C.-A
first-class restaurant, with small hotel accom
modation, locatea la ine near? ox me city, Be
tween Capitol and Treasury: established eleven
(11) years: present owner going to Europe. Ap
ply to JAM3 P. THOMPSON, Hotel Anderson.
TJIOB SALE-AT CLEVELAND, O. SALOONS
X? from 8400 to S3,CC0: restaurants from S650to
87,500: hotel, 83,000: livery stable, 34,000; tin shops,
81,(00 to 85, 000: stove stores and hardware stock
from I,000 to 83,000: several valuable patents,
which wilr bear Investigation; many of the best
places In this city for money-making are offered
by me: 1 bave also some of tbe very finest real
estate in all parts or this city on easy terms. WM.
H. LAKOUNTAINE&CO., Agent, 219 Superior
St., Cleveland, o. Beal estate and business ex
FOB SALE-3M.O0O-TEBM3 TO BUTT-ONE
square from Court House: business property;
6 brick dwellings; rental, 1.6ca per year; big bar
gain; enhancement sure. ALLES ft BAlLEY,
164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167. myl2-25-WSSa
IOB SALE BRICK WORKS FOR SALE IN
Lec'.iDurg.i"a.:tne latest improved machinery
tformaklnsr red brick and firebrick: also. 2
dwelling houses and two (2) acres of land for sale.
Inquire or GEORGE HINYER, Leechburg. Pa.
SALE-8100.000 THE LARGEST AND
best located Dlece or oronertr suitable for
retail trade in Plttsbnrg; owner bas been holding
ror 3140,000, but will take the above price ir sold
at once; particulars to principals only. W. C.
STEWART, 111 Fourth ave. ap21-19.su
FOR SALE-SEVERAL PIECES OF PROP
ERTY on Fourth ave.: also a number of
pieces on Penn ave., Hmlthfleld st. and other
good streets: will take pleasure in giving full par
ticulars and showing surveys to parties desiring
to purchase. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth are.
FOB SALE-A SMALL HOTEL-24 ROOMS;
electric bells throughout the house: every
thing In good condition: 'tis a chance for a live
man that understands his bnslnessr no agents;
principals aeaiiwuu on ly. hkjixiU xixix.it. ho.
213 Pennsylvania ave., N. W., Washington. D. C.
IOB 8ALE-AN INVESTMENT ON -GOOD
street, within 5 minutes of Dostoffice: lot
40x125 to an alley: rour-story brick building;
rented for 5 years, at 31,500 per rear, to good, re
sponsible tenant; pays overs per cent net on sell
ing price, and bound to Increase in value. THOS.
LIGGETT, Ho. Ill Fourth ave. mylO-71
FOR SALE-A FULLY EQUIPPED EIGHT
pot glass works, located at Stoncboro. Pa.,
on L. b. ft JL S. and W.. N. Y. ft P. R. 3. ; every
thing in first-class condition, having been buut
within the last year: works running full time on
specialties: cheap fuel: excellent railroad facili
ties.. Particulars, address STOXEBORO SPE
CIALTY GLASS CO., Stoneboro, Pa.
FOR BALE-62X115 FEET, LOCATED IN THE
heart of Pittsburg, within z minutes' walk
of postofflce: is now renting for &5Coayear, and
Improvements only cover half the ground; this Is
without doubt the choicest piece or property In
the city, and If properly improved would par 8
percent net on Investment; price f 120.000: full
Particulars to principals only. V. C. STEWART,
14 Fourth ave. myl2-65-sa
TJIOB SALE-BOTTLING WOBKS-THE BOT
JD TLlNG works and business of J. ft K. Lang
don, togetberwlth the property on wblch it Is
situated, in the thriving city of Youngstown, O.,
Is offered for sale. Owing to the fact that Mr.
John Langdon has been a sufferer from lung
trouble and was compelled to takecp his residence
in Colorado, he Is unable to glvettie business his
personal attention, end now ror tbe first time
offers this lucrative business for sale. The busi
ness is well established with a magnificent trade
and the goods manufactured command a higher
price than those or any other establishment on ac
count of their superior quality. Aside from car
Donating we manufacture bitters and cordials,
that "meet with no opposition, and in wblch we
cemaund a large trade in Ohio, Indiana and Illi
nois. Tbe plant bas all modern improvements,
and everything connected with It Is in first-class
eoadl Hon. The residence contains 7 large rooms,
is la first-class condition and has all modern Im
provement. Tbe property and baHaew will be
sold 'ebeas. Fer farther, tBfttfBuUOB, etc., ln
qalreef J. X. LANUDON, Yeaagttews, 0.
FSK SALE MISCKLLAIflWPS.
nerses. Vehicle. Live Stock, efee.
TjOB SALE-GOOD BUGGY.
CALL AT Ml
FOB SALE-PAIR OF LABGB BSMrjfTS
mules. Inquire arNO. 1014 LIBERTY AY
TJIOR SALE-S3S0 WILL BUY A LABGEYOUN
C horse- 8 years old, and afraid of nothing, x
fonr-passenger barouche In good repair, and a
good set of harness. Address P. O. BOX 724, city.
FOR SALE-FINE BROWN HOnSE. 8 YEAHS
old: 15H hands hlgn: good saddler and driver;
not afraid of steam or cable cars. Can be sees 8
T. B. MOBELAN ITS stable. 8103 Penn are- E. E.
TJOB SALE-VERY HANDSOME DAPPLED
X- gray horse, 8 years old. 1.160 pounds weighs,
thoroughly broken, perfectly sound, ccoi
roadster, ffll. A.SIPE, 93 Diamond St., Pitts-
TJIOB SALE-A PAIR OF BEAUTIFUL BAY
JU coach horses, 18 bands hlzb, 8 years old,
perfectly sound and gentle: will be sold at a bar
gain. Can be seen at A. JACKMAN ft BON'S,
Sto 538 Penn ave. myl2-l
OR SALE-A FIRST-CLASS, ALMOST NEW.'
one-borse wagon, half-platform springs, hire
seat, newly painted, weight between 800 and 900
founds: lust the tblng for a butcher or grocer or
igbt delivery; cost 8150; will sell for hair price;
will trade ror groceries or heavier wagon, Ad
dress DUQUESNE, Dispatch office. mylS-13
Machlnen and Metals.
FOR SALE-WE HAVE FOR SALE A LARGO
lot or No. i second-hand engines anduollers,
all sizes, from 2 b. p. np, taken In exchange for
new; we got them cheap and they will go cheap:
also new engines and boilers, every size and
style, at rock bottom prices.HARME'3MACHlN.a
DEPOT. 97 First ave. fe3-y77Bn
FOB SALE SODA WATER OENERATOB
and copper fountains in first class condition t
wlU sell low for cash. Apply to J. P. URBEN,
cor. Franklin and Fulton sts., Allegheny.
TO LET-NO. 85 LOCUST ST.. ALLEGHENY
City, good 8-room brick dwelling, all modera
Improvements: rent low to a good tenant. C. H,
V ,f b rmrth aw
TO LET-IN 3EWI0KLEY-A COMPLETELY
furnished brick residence on Btoad t 1
sq. from station; Immediate possession. Address
ADAIR, P.O. box27, Sewlckley, Pa. mylS-fT
TO LET-MY HOUSE, THIRTEEN ROOMS,
at Laurel Station, Ft. Wayne road, all mod
ern improvements, stable and carnage house, two
acres ground, with liver view. Inquire on prem
ises, or at 219 Lacock street, Allegheny. WM.T,
TO LET-FARM-RENT ONLY 85 CASH AND
85 in Improvement per month; near railroad
station: -fruit, spring house. Grooms and barn.
Inquire if JAMBS L. ORB, HO Fifth ave., Pitts
10 LET-VERY DESIRABLE FURNISHED
room: evervtblnir first claaa raroneortwo)
gentlemen. 423 PENN AVENUE. myl3-U3
TO LET TO A GENTLEMAN-A PLEASANT
second story rront room, furnished: In family
ortwo: on line or Pleasant Valley ears. Allegheny;
references. Address X., Dispatch office- myrZ-43
fTTO LET-BOOMS-WB HAVE TWO SUITES
1 or rooms on Dnqucsne way, connecting with,
our cafe which we oner for rent either with or
without board. KENNEDY, No. 2 Sixth St.
TO LET FURNISHED ROOM IN PRIVATB
house, suitable for one or two gentlemen:
meals If desired; five minutes walk to both eabla
roads andEast Liberty station. S. M., Dispatch,
TO LET-A LARGE SECOND STORY FRONT,
roon, furnished or unfurnished, ror doctor
or dentist or dressmaking: two rooms if desired;
Penn are., between Ninth and Tenth sts. Ad
dress E. C., Dispatch office. myl2-113
Offices, Desk Room, dfcc
TO LET -DESK BOOM IN OUB MAIN,
office from 5 to 113 per month, with use of
desk room, etc.
C H. LOVE. 83 Fourth ave.
TO LET-SECOND BTORY: SUITABLE FOR
most any business, with elevator. Apply as
108 MARKET ST.
TO LET HOME UNFURNISHED BOOMS, 4
and 8 room flats, suitable for housekeeping!
three storerooms with dwellings. Inquire OX
PREMISES, it Fourtb-st. my3-100-irrbTSn
TO LET-93 WATER ST. OB US FIRST AVE.,
warehouse running throuzh fromst. tost,;
each floor 20x109. with fine tile floor ; office on first
and second floor: Inside w. c; wasbstands, new
ft BAIHD. 95 Fourth ave. . -my-8 r
PERSONAL DIVORCES QUICKLY AND
quietly. IT you desire a divorce for any csuso,
state particulars: advice free: confidential. ROB
ERT WHITE, Attorney, 143 Broadway, N. Y.
PERSONAL-BOOKS WANTED-IF YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth 81,000, let us know: wa wlU buy one as
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK BTOKE,
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. my3-2S
PERSONAL-TH03E DESTBTNO TO BUT
American gold and silver watches or fins
clocks, and novelties In standard and fashionable
jewelry, wiU find a grand assortment at very low
esc prices as jaxuMAi ijuuubiiiu's. uuamiia
PERSONAL SUPERFLUOUS HAIR ON
the female face, balr on the male race above
the beard line destroyed forever without pain,
scar, shock, trace or Injury, by the electric neeala
by Dr. J. Van Uyck, electro surgeon. 40 North
Eleventh st.. Philadelphia. Every lady with hair
on ber race knows that depilatories, tbe tweezers,
scissors or razor only make these hairs grow
coarser, stiflVr and darker. Remember, the
electric needle Is the only method In (be world by
which the hairs can be destroyed: never fallsi
book free. Dr. Van Dycfc visits Pittsburg severs!
times a year, sud ladles who wish treatment
should write at once to bis Philadelphia office.
ST B A Y E D-OAMB TO MY PREMISES,
Scully Springs, P., C. ft Y. R. B., on May 3,
2 ponies, sorrel and bay. Owner can have sams
by paying charges. ADAM MA Ya. myl;-
LO S T-A SUM OF MONEY, BETWEEN1
Fourth ave. and Wood st. and tbe Fifth
National Bank, on Sixth st. A liberal reward
will be paid if returned to 404 FORBES ST.
FOUND-TH2TKUTH AGAIN STTHEWORLD
Cured after 13 years intense suffering- from
diseases of tbe liver and kidneys by Ta-va-zon,
Remedies after laDure to obtain rellaf from
physicians. See sworn testimony of Mr. J. S.
Young. Allegheny City, and hundreds of others, at
DR-GRIFFiTH'SCHEMICALCO., 301 to 307 Grant
St., cor. Third, avenue. Pittsburg. Pa. A word
to the wise: Go now; be cured; bring this with
rpEACHERS WANTED NOTICE DJ
X hereby given that tbo Homestead School
Board will elect 1 principal. 2 assistant nrinet-
pals, S primary, and 13 intermediate teachers, j
.&U applicants man oo expenencea snu corns1
well recommended;salarles from HO to 1110 per .
month. Applications must be received before
Jane 15,1639. ED. H. MORTON, President.
' A.J.KTJHy. Secretary. my 12-133.80
$4,600 each, moderate cash payment, balancs) -$500
per annum, elegant new two-story and
mansard brick dwellings, 8 rooms, ban, batb,
laundry, slate mantels, art Sre places, tils
hearths, sliding doors, wired for electriclight,
fine chandeliers, both gases, plate glass win
dows, eta; Oakland Square, nvo minutes from
Fifth avenne cable line and directly on line of
new cable loop wbicb is to be constructed this
slimmer; a beautiful park (on which are sev
eral hundred beantlful shade trees!. th wbola
surrounded by streets and sidewalks, sewered
and paved with aspbaltnm;on each side of and
facing tbe park are the above described dwell
ings; most destrable bouses yet offered; on
cancement ot values surcu myu-ov
PERBYSVILLE PLANK ROAD-
Cars of tbe new Electrio Road ran within, s
mile of the house, from Alleehenv PostoflasCf!
every 15 minutes, for terminus of the road, "a 3
LA8T CAR FOR CITY AT10SO P. M. -13
5rauppers to order. fia
P. O.. WEST YIEW, Alleehenv county, Pa,j
MJU-m J J ACuO..LaTI M, XT0pT,("i
WALTER J. OSBOTTRNe. KICTfABOHABBOw
BAtUlUWB & USrJOUJHNrJ "'
to Diamond atreeVt '
Telnhnn TTo. glu
11 classes-civelj by Mr. HENRY HEKZ, 8"
auuiianu. avenue, AJiegneny. uver xx yssvrs)
teacher ot zither in tbe first music houses and
schools in London: 'highest references. Mnsio
arranged ior tup ziuier. mys.7
TiARIS VISITORS TNTENTHNft Tf RVal
JT the Exposition should apaly now to $. H..
wlllan, 159 Rue Lafayette, who baa comfort-
able rooms and good board at bis Home Frees
Homer"' prices moderate; good atteaelaneac.
w v n fr iu c?a . .. -. zr
TO EUROPE ALL THE TOTVtAM
. steamers sallisetbis and next mnnfh ant
rapidly filling np.
AaBlV for bArtlui 1lHnlJ
aeiay. Tie$wwtsw3"iser-.oX cress aj
N.Y. rates. JOX WMAJOWG.A'CO.?