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THE' PITTSBURG' DISPATCH, MONDAT; MAY-' 13,
THEIR CHIEF STONE.
Oyer 2,000 People of Wilkinsbnrg's
Vicinity at St James' Church
TO WITNESS YESTERDAY'S SERVICE
Ths Bishop and a larje Knmter of the
Clergj as Participants.
MEN'S MISSION CATHEDEAL COIfTEETS
The residents of the beautiful and thriv
ing borough of "WHkinsburg turned out in
large numbers yesterday afternoon to wit
ness the laying of the corner-stone of the
new St. James Catholic Church, which edi
fice was totally destroyed by fire Depember
23 last. The ceremonies were witnessed by
over 2,000 people, who came from the sur
The weather could not have been more
favorable for the event The sun shone
with brilliant splendor upon the vari-col-ored
vestments of the bishop and the as
sistant clergy. To use the expression of one
of them, it was "scorching hot;" but the
several thousand people stood with uncov
ered heads while viewing the ceremonies of
depositing the historical box in the corner
stone and listening to the sermon of the
The ceremonies were conducted byEt
Rev. Bishop Phelan, assisted by these
Rev. Fathers E. A. MeKeever, of Latrobe.
who was master of ceremonies; Thomas Devlin,
of the Holy Cross Church, Southside. deacon;
James Kenoy, of Crafton, sub-deacon; Hickey,
of Braddock; Murphy and Phelan, of the Holy
Ghost College; Leander, of St. Mary's; Vin
cent, of St. Vincent's College; Cunningham, of
Turtle Creek: Nolan, of McKeesport; Joseph
Suhr, of 8c. Peter and Paul's; Neeson. of St.
John the Baptist; Purman. of Greensbnrg:
Tobin, of the Holy Ghost College, and Francis
Keane, of the Sacred Heart Church, East End.
The sermon was delivered by Father
Keane, who spoke fluently and very enter
tainingly of the object of the ceremonies
and the purposes of building. He likened
the church to the temple of Jerusalem,
where the chosen people of God worshiped.
One floor of the building, he said, would be
devoted to Christian education. There the
youth will be taught their duties to God
as well as to their lellow man, their country
and themselves. The young minds will be
trained to think and kuow of things pure
and to hate iniquity. He said that every
fellow citizen ot the locality worthy of the
name of citizen, should feel proud of the
general good to be done them by the insti
tution. Their children would be taught
not only the law of God, hut the law of the
land; the rights of a person, their character
WHAT "WAS TN THE BOX.
The box contained a history of the church,
a copy of The Dispatch ot yesterday and
one containing the account of the burning
of the last building, and other documents,
was then deposited.
The new church will be a two-story brick,
and will seat 560 persons. It will be 95 feet
long and 52 feet wide, and will cost 12,500.
The first floor, which will be used for school
purposes, will have four rooms.
The burned building was erected to re
place the one built in the antumn of 1869,
and dedicated on November 29 of that year
by the Very Rev. John Hickey, adminis
trator of the diocese of Pittsburg during the
absence of the Bishop. Bight. Bev. Michael
, Xtomenec, D. D., who was at the Vatican
vuuucu. j-b noa cuiaigcu u low, auu ucuc
cated September 9. The Building 'Commit
tee is composed of Messrs. Joseph Kountz,
Arthur Cregan, August Stinner, James A.
Boran, Cornelius Madden and John C.
There was a small street demonstration,
pariicipated in by tbe various Catholic
,societiesfpf East Liberty, ijeforj. the. pere
monies. Thev CffieTrMaTstfatnwas Arthur
Cregan; aids, Edward Splane.and Robert
McCall. Company C, Hibernian Rifles, pi
Bast Iiiberty, had out about GO men
tinder the command of Captain
Thomas J. Lyons, First Lieutenant
P. Quinn and Second Lieutenant Michael
Reynolds. They were escorted by the
Elliott McCall cornet band. Division No.
8. A. O. H., and St. Joseph's Society, under
the command of Robert McCall, were the
other organizations. A long line of car
riages followed the marchers.
"Work on the new building will be begun
AN ITALIAN MISSION.
One Will be Started at the Cathedral Next
Sunday A Church for Them Slay be
Built Gamblers at Service.
A mission for Italians exclusively will be
begun at St. Paul's Cathedral next Sunday
by two Italian priests, who have been sent
out by Pope Leo XIH. for mission work in
the United States. They will stay here one
The mission will be conducted in the
Italian tongue, but any person can attend
if they desire to do so. While the mission
is going on steps will be taken to organize
an Italian church in the lower part of the
city. Father Wall will give them the nse
of the basement of the Cathedral, until
they can find a better place or build a church.
If they do not choose to do the latter
they will probably be given the basement
as a permanent place of worship if they can
secure the services of a priest from their
own country It has been suggested that
Rev. .Father McTighe, pastor of St.
Malachi's Church, be afterward placed in
charge of the mission. Father McTighe
can converse as fluently; in the Italian and
many others as he can in the English lan
guage. All the Italians in the city are
After the Italian mission steps will be
taken to secure the services of a colored
priest for one week to come to this city and
labor among the people of that race. Father
McDermott, of the Holy Ghost College, who
has been conducting a mission school lor
them, is meeting with verv great success.
A great many old colored Catholics send
their children to the mission school, but it
is very hard work to get them to attend
The mission at the Cathedral, which
closed last evening, was one of the most suc
cessful ever held by the Pauiist Fathers.
Father Smith stated last night that the
Catholics of this city are of a very intense
character, and their attendance upon the
mission has been remarkable. During the
two weeks they have been here, the priests
have heard over 7,000 confessions and
added between 30 and 35 Prot
estant converts to the Catholic faith.
The church has been crowded morning and
evening. Last night it was packed to suf
focation. Many of those present were Pro
testants, who had been attracted out of cu
riosity, and a number of former well-known
gamblers were seen kneeling derontly in
prayer. They probably went to the mission
out of curiosity or at the solicitation of
their friends, and while in the sacred edi
fice, memories dear to childhood may have
been brought Tjacktto their minds.
At tie services last evening Father Smith
preached od "Baptism," and the men as
sembled renewed their vows. The discourse
was a very learned one, and minutely ex
plained all the objects of baptism. In the
morning Father Weymans preached the
Fathers Smith, Weymans and Cullen
leave to-morrow for Worcester, Mass., where
a large mission will be conducted. Fathers
Nevins and Clark will go to West Point.
Four of the mission fathers who have been
here are converts. Father Clark was an
Episcopal minister, Father Nears an Epis
copal deacon and Father Nevins was a mem
ber of the same church. Father Weymans,
who is a graduate of Browne's College, was a
His Farewell Sermon.
jVEv. William ?. Cowden.pastor of the J
First Christian Church, Allegheny, de
livered his farewell sermon last evening.
He has been chosen General Superintendent
of the Missions in the Territories, and will
leave for the "West in a few days. The
church was crowded last night, and Dr.
Cowden delivered a very interesting sermon
on the text, "Be Ye Reconciled to God."
BIXTI-F0DE IEAES OLD.
Tko Bible Classes of the First Church,
Allegheny, Celebrate the Anniversary.
The sixty-fourth anniversary of the Bible
schools of the First Presbyterian Church,
Allegheny, was celebrated yesterday after
noon. After singing several hymns and re
citing a Scripture lesson, Misses Reed and
Jackson sang a duet, "There is "Work for
All to Do."
Rev. David S. Kennedy, the pastor of the
church, delivered an address on "The Love
ofMonevisthe Root of All Evil." Mrs.
"William B. "Wolie sang a solo, "Eye Hath
Not Seen," and Rev. John R. Sutherland,
D. D., delivered an address to the children,
his subject being "Gideon's Army."
After singing by the school Mr. George
Irwin spoke on the subject, "Whose Son
Art Thou? ToTVhom Belongest Thou?"
The exercises closed with a parting hymn
by Mrs. AYolfe and the choir.
THE SEW SCHEDULES.
Some Passena-ersi Were Left on Both the B.
Jfc O. and Pennsylvania.
New schedules went into eflect yesterday
on the B. & O. and Pennsylvania roads.
Radical changes were made on both lines.
The B. & O. returned to its old time sched
ule. At the Union depot last night the fast
line East left promptly at 8:10, instead of 9
o'clock. As was expected, some passengers
were left, but it won t take long before the
public becomes accustomed to the change.
Did He Rob a British Blower?
Frank Schuckman, a well-known South
sider, was arrested on Saturday afternoon
on a charge of larceny in Jcannette. It was
alleged that he had stolen an overcoat and
some jewelry from Fred Brown, one of the
imported glassblowers from England.
A Barge Water Stage.
' The water in the rivers reached 6) feet
yesterday. The Fred Wilson and Annie
Roberts started for Cincinnati with good
tows. The Hornett and some other boats
will leave this morning if the water keeps
The All Important When.
The business that we do with men
Depends less on the "how" than "when;"
For all the charms yonr art displays
Won't answer on rheumatic days.
And it may be that you are jnst the man we
mean. Are you apt to listen to anybody no
majter who when every joint in your body
feels as if tbe Spanish Inquisition had hold of
DBS. Staekev & FXLXVt 'T have no occa
sion to speak of Rheumatism since using your
Compound Oxygen Treatment" Rev. Ed
husb F. Waldo, Three Rivers, Mich. Dbs.
StarkevA Palens "Your Compound Oxy
gen Treatment cured me ot Rheumatism."
Sins. s. D. Shabpe, Bottsford, Conn.
Drs. Starsey & palen's office records show
over 45,000 different cases in which their Com
pound Oxygen Treatment has been used by
physicians in their practice and by invalids in
dependently. Their brochure of 200 pages will
be forwarded free of charge to anvone address
ing Dbs. Staeket fc Pales, No. 1629 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pa.
We desire you should know where to get
satisfied if you are looking for beautiful and
late designs in bedroom suits, and unless
you are very "hard to please you will cer
tainly be satisfied with our bargains in wal
nut and oak suits and our styles of antique
suits. M. Seibeex & Co.,
Cor. Lacockand Hope sts., Allegheny.
Near railroad bridge. l
ir Von Want a Good Colored Silk Dresa
See.cur 7-5-cent one. It beats them all.
JOS. HORNE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
Dress Goods At SO and 75c a vard we
are showing some specially atttactive and
desirable fabrics this week.
ITWFStt Hugus & Hacke.
To-day in silk department 50
complete 'assortment of shades,
warp $1 surahs at 75c.
Boggs & Buhl.
Curtains, Draperies and Upholstering!.
Tour wants can be best supplied here.
JOS. HORNE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
This word is the only one which will ex
press the variety of patterns and colorings
to be lound at the wall paper store of John
S. Eoberts, 414 "Wood st, Pittsburg.
See the Jackets Sarcoid To-Day.
New styles vest fronts great bargains iq
this large cloak room.
Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Excursions to Cincinnati.
The Pennsylvania lines will sell excursion
tickets to Cincinnati on Hay 13 and 14 at
rate of one fare for the round trip, for the
Encampment of Sons of Veterans, good for
return passage until Hay 20, 1889. mwf
Combination Patterns 100 entirely
new combination dresses will be opened on
Monday, the 13th inst They are worth $30;
onr price until close, 15 each.
Mwrsu Hugus & HAcke.
Snlts for Ladies nnd Children
In summer styles and thin materials
largest variety in both.
Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Best $1 SO per doz. cabinet photos in the
city. Panel picture with each doz. cabinets.
Lies Popular Gallery, 10 and 12
Sixth st. Sumwf
See our fans, lc to 515. The season is
here. Boggs & Buhl.
114 Slllt and Wool Mixed Shawls S5 00
Yon pay $8 to 515 for them elsewhere sorry
we haven't more to sell at $5.
Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Black Goods Handsome novelties for
summer wear, entirely new effects. See
window display. Hugus & Hacke.
Do you, want to beautify your home?
Then go and make a selection of wall pa
pers from the magnificent stock shown by
John 8. Boberts, 414 Wood St., Pittsburg.
114 slUt and Wool Mixed Shawls S3 00
Ton, pay $3 to $15 for them elsewhere sorry
we haven't more to sell at $5.
Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenne Stores.
An extraordinary offer India silks to-day
40 pieces, regular 60c goods, desirable
patterns, complete assortment colors, at
37Lfc Boggs & Buhl.
flVirSIK. worth S30 each: 10(1 nf Ili.to. -
Sirely new designs; latest coloring; opened
tms wees. jiugds & hacks,
The 81 35 Black Arranro bilks at 75c
This week in. black silk department see
them. Jos. Horns & Co.'s
. , , x Penn -Aveane Stores. J
FOE HALF A CENTURY
German Methodism Has Grown Since
Its Origin in Pittsburg,
BEIMST0NE CORNER'S BRANCHES
Spread Till They Now Shelter
About 70,000 People.
THE SEEYICES OF THE CELEBRATION
The semi-centennial of German Method
ism was. celebrated in .'Pittsburg and Alle
gheny yesterday. A union service was held
in the church at the corner of Ohio street
and Union avenue. Rev. P. F. Schneider,
a former pastor and' present financial agent
of the German Wallace College at Berea, O.,
preached at 10:30 in the morning. In the
afternoon a mass meeting was held, at which
the members of the various cregations were
present The pastors present were: Rev.
John Swahlen, of Baltimore; Rev. P. F.
Schneider, of Berea, O.; Bev. J. C. W id
man, of Berea, O.; Rev. Carl Koch,
of Vermillion, O.; Rev. J. R. Bodnier, of'
Buckrus, O.; Rev. L. Allinger, Rev.
Ph. J. Graessle, Re'v. D. Graessle, Rev. B.
F. Beal and Bev. John Bier, of this city,
and Rev. D. Stoll, of McKeesport. It was
expected that Dr. Nast, the father of
German Methodism in America, now of
Berea, O., would be present. He is 82 years
of age, however, and sent a message that he
could not come, on account of his age.
Rev. John Swahlen, of Baltimore, who
preached his semi-centennial sermon to his
.congregation two weeks ago, was the first
speaker in the afternoon. Dr. Swahlen is
one of Dr. Nast's converts, and was the sec
ond German Methodist minister in the
country. He spoke of the origin of German
Methodism in America, and told his own
experiences during the past CO years.
Bev. P. F. Schneider, financial agent of
Wallace College, Berea, O., spoke next.
He outlined the progress ot German
Methodism and gave a statistical report of
it, saying: '
Fifty years ago there was but one congrega
tion; now there are 720, with 1,520 Sunday
schools, 70,000 church members and the same
number of Sunday school scholars. The
libraries in the schools contain 81,000 volumes.
There are 7 colleges under the jurisdiction ot
the cbnrch, 2 orphan asylums. There are 720
men in the regular ministry and 453 local
preachers. There are 11 conferences, and the
church property is valued at 1,000,000.
Rev. J. C. Weidman spoke of the future
of the church, stating that the prospects for
its continued success were very bright.
Rev. C. E. Locke, of the Smithfield
Street Church, and Dr. Horner, of the
Methodist book rooms, also made short ad
dresses. The services in the afternoon were
in German. The local history given was as
Fifty years ago German Methodism was
started in the Smithfield Street M. E. Church.
During tbe first year a congregation with 100
members was organized. A church was then
built on tbe corner of Strawberry and Cherry
alleys. Tbe second church built was on the
corner of Ross street and Fonrth avenue and a
congregation organized in 1847. In 1869 the
church on Sixteenth street was built, where an
enterprising congregation now worships. In
1S52 the church in Allegheny was built. Five
years later tbe congregation on Fortieth street
was organized and built a church. In 1884 the
East End church was built. In all there are
four congregations and three missions. The
membership numbers 650; tbe Sunday school
scholars, 800; there are 3,000 books in the li
braries, and the church property In the two
cities is valued at 75,000.
Beechaii's Pills cure bilious and nervous ills
Pears' Soap secures a beautiful complexion
Excnralon to Cincinnati.
B. & O. E. B. will sell excursion tickets
to-day. Hay 13, and to-morrow, Hay 14, at
rate $8 40 tbe round trip, good to return
until Hay 20.
THERE WILL BE A MEETING OP THE
stockholders of the Pittsburc and Fairport
Terminal Company held at the office of the com
pany. Coal Exchange. Bnilding. corner Smith
field and Water sts., Fittsbnrjj, Pa., MONDAY,
MAY 27, 1889. 2 P. M., to elect directors, vote
upon the lease of tbe company's property to
tbe Pittsburg, Fairport and Northwestern
Doce Company, and consider such other busi
ness as may be brought up. A J. THOMAS,
C. S. WIGHT, Sec'y. President.
Third National Bank, (
Pittsburg. May 9. 1899. j
DIVIDEND NO. 60-A DIVIDEND "OF
FOUR PER CENT has been declared tbls
day, ont of the earnings of the last six months,
payable on demand, free of tax.
myll-41 W. STEINMEYEB. Cashier.
OFFICIAL FITTSB ORG.
CJEPARATE AND SEALED PROPOSALS
IO will be received at the office of the City
Controller until May 13, 18S9, at2p. k., 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 tbe amonnt of each bid will
bo required; said bonds to be probated before
the Mvror or City Cleric
The Department of Awards reserves the right
to rej ect any or all bids.
I Chief of the Department of Public Safety.
"VTOTTrjE TO CONTRACTORS
LM Sealed proposals will be received at the
office of City Controller until Thursday, tbe
23d day of May, A D. 1889, at 2 P. m., for the tol
Penn avenue, from Fifth avenue to City Line.
Forbes street, from Brady to Boyd street!.
Sixth avenue, from Wylio avenue westward
First avenue, from Smithfield street to Qrant
Butler street, from Forty-ninth street to
Eighth street, from Penn avenue to- Liberty
Ninth street; from Penn avenue to Liberty
Liberty avenue, from Smithfield street east
wardly. Cherry alley, from Third avenue to Water
State alley, from Wylie avenue to Fifth ave
nue Scott alley, from Fenn avenue to Dnquesne
Garrison, alley, from Fayette street to Lib
Barker's alley, from Dnquesne way to lib
Church alley, from Sixth avenue to Straw
Blocum alley, from Fenn avenne to Liberty
Strawberry alley, from Smithfield street to
GRADING, PAVING AND CUBBING.
Halket street, from Fifth avenue to Wilmot
Herron avenue, from Center avenue to Thlr-
Boquet street, from Semple street to Frazier
s;reet. m , .
Denniston avenne, from Fifth avenue to
Atwood street, from Fifth avenue to Boquet
PAYING AND CURBING.
Stanton avenue, from Hlland avenue to
Corday alley, from Pearl to Cedar streets.
The paving of the above named streets to be
either with Block Stone, Standard Sheet
Asphalt, Vulcanite Asphalt, Irregular Block
Stone or Cobble Stone, and bids will be re
ceived for each kind of pavement.
Center avenne, from Summit street to Reed
street, 18. 20-inch pipe, 3 feet and 3 feet 6 Inch:
brick and stone.
Denniston avenue, from Fifth avenue to Penn
avenue;20 and 21-inch Pipe.
Stanton avenue, Viola alley and private prop
erty of Henry Janson and Mellon Bros., from
the west side of Hlland avenue to Negley run;
18, 20 and 24-inch pipe.
Mignonette street, from Negley avenne to
Beatty street; IS and 18 inch pipe.
Penn avenue and Braddock avenne, from
Lindon avenue to Susquehanna street; 15, 18,
20 and 24-inch pipe.
Harvard street, from Negley avenne to
Euclid avenue; 15-lncU pipe.
Flans and specifications can be seen and
blanks for bidding can be obtained at this
Proposals must be accompanied by a bond
probated before thaMayor or City Clerk;
The Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
6 ' X M. BIGELOvy,
Chief of toe Department of Public Works. -.
. , myis-as
S3" Display advertisements one dollar per
square for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such at Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, eta, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
publio, Branch Offloos have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be reoeived up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisement are to ba prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with I'M DIS
THOMAS McCAFFBKY, S5u9 Butler street.
EM1L G. STUCKET, Hth street and Penn ave.
E. G. BTUCKEY A CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton St.
N. STOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. "WALLACE, 8121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER 4 SHE1BLEH, Sth av. ft Atwood St.
JACOB SFOHN, Mo. 2 Carson street.
CHAS. bCHWABM, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAERCHER, 59 Federal street.
H. 3. McBRIDE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FKED H. EGQEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEK3 A SON. Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin ares.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver ayes.
FERRY M. QLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves,
XTTANTED-TINNER-AT L. KOCH'S, 118
VV bteuben St., West End, Pitts. myi3-U
-TITAN TED x GOOD BARBER. APPLY
YV JACOBS & SCHAEN, 1139 Liberty St., city.
W OUIRED. Address APOTHECARY, Dis
T7-ANTED-A BOY ABOUT IB YEARS OLD
VV to wore In dining room. Apply at XI DIA
MOND S(J. myl-15
WANTED A FDtST-CLASS COAT AND
pant maker. Apply to KELLY BROS.,
2033 Penn ave. myl2-28
TTTANTED-A BOY TO LEARN THE BAKFR
W trade. Inquire at O. F. HALLER'S, 425
Filth ave.. city. mylJ-35
WANTED FIRST-CLASS DRESS GOODS
salesman. Address, with reference, ti.,
McKeesport, Pa. my!3-5
-TTTANTED-P1ANO PLAYER-GOOD SING
VV ER, for saloon. Apply to THOMAS
CULLEN, Bellalre, O. myIl-6
WANTED-AT ONCE-6 CARRIAGE PAINT
ERS, at F. W. SAWERT & CO.'S, Carriage
MTr, S9I7 to 5923 Penn aye., E.E., eltyV myli-134
WANTED COACHMAN FOR LIVER ;
none but experienced need apply. T. B.
MORELAND, 6100 fenn ave., East End. my6-12
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS BARBER AT
Henry Hllberg's, Beaver Falls. Call at R.
W. BLACK'S, 80 Diamond St., Monday, May 13.
TITANTED-A MAN TO WORK ON PLACE
V V four miles from the city grading with cart.
Inquire at O'BRIEN'S PAINT SHOP, 292 Firth
WANTED -A STOUT BOY OR YOUNG MAN
with some experience In grocery business
and good reference. Apply to-day at FIRE'S
GROCERY, 239 Federal St., Allegheny. my!2-69
fTTANTED AN ACTIVE MAN LOCATED
VV outside large cities. Salary 100 per month,
to represent, in bis own locality, an old house;
references exacted. SOFT. MFG. HOUSE, lock
box 1S10, N. Y. OC7-4S-M
WANTED-AGENTSTO 8ELL AND EVERY
BODY to use Dr. O'Keefe's Liver Pills,
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, tl; sent postage
Said. DR. O'KEEFE CO., Homeopathic Chem
its. 34 Fifth ave. and 428 Penn ave. myl2-142
WANTED GENERAL AND LOCAL
agents to handle entirely new chemical Ink
erasing blotter,nerer before known to the public;
sells at sight; everv writer needs the eraser; the
blotter erases ink without abralding paper, and
rapidly as a flash of electricity; 200 to 500 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. myl2-62
WANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
WORK: must be a good cook: reference re
quired. Inquire at 183 WYLIE AVE. myl2-133
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework In a family of two. Apply at 231
WYLIE AVE., above Fulton st., Pittsburg.
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework: good wages and good home;
family of three. Inquire 63 CON GREbS ST.
WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
WORK: must be a good cook andlroner.
Apply 120 WASHINGTON bT., cor. Madison it.,
WANTED WOMAN COOK FOR SMALL
summer hotel near city: good wages. Call
at 43 FEDERAL ST.. Allegheny, Tuesday, from
10 to 12: none out experienced cook need apply.
myl2-3S v '
Mole nnd Pemalo nelo.
-rrjANTED-MAN AND WIFE FOE DAIRY
it farm: none but experienced need apply. F.
W. SILVER, Wcllsville, O.
WANTED A WAITER FOR PRIVATE FAM
ILY, 6 farm bands, vegetable gardeners, GO
cooks and chambermaids. 0o house girls, SO for
hotels and summer resorts, 2 nurse girls, working
housekeeper. MEEHAN 'S, M5 Grant St. my6-D
VXT ANTED SEAMSTRESS, WAITRESS
VV chambermaids, cooks, 100 house girls, Ger
man and colored gins, male and female help for
hotels, waiters, drivers, farm hands, gardener.
MRS. E. THOMPSON, 608 Grant St.
-VT7-ANTEU-AGENTS ON SALARY; S75 PER
T T month and expenses paid any active man
or woman to sell our goods by sample and live at
home: salary paid promptly and expenses in ad
vance; full particulars and sample case free, ire
?.?-"-.&& .w.1?5we fV- Address S1ANDAKD
SILVERWARE CO., Boston. Mass. fels-3-D
TJJANTED-TO PURCHASE A RESIDENCE
-Y' . or a laree lot near Superior station, P., Ft.
a v. k. ii. suitame for building a good
Address T. M., Dispatch office. myU-2S
-TTT-ANTED-3 0R 4 UNFURNISHED ROOMS
V for light housekeeping, or 3 unfurnished
rooms, with board, for adult family or three. Ad
dress, stating terms, J. C, Dispatch office.
TtTANTED-BOARDlNG IN THE COUNTRY
VV online of railroad; state terms. Address
W. A. L., Dispatch office. myl2-103
WASTED-COUNTRY BOARD FOR TWO
families: along the line of the P. R. R pre
ferred. Address P. O. BOX 638. myI2-120
TTFTANTED-MORTGAGES - LARGE OR
nT.Y Jm!dl' m WI1TISH. 410 Grant street,
TT7-ANTEO-MORTG AGES-MONEYTO LOAN
VV In sums to suit, at 4M, S and 6 per cent.
GRAEBING & LYON, 133 Fourth ave. apo-el-D
TTANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
VV 'In sums to i suit at 4& S and 6 per cent,
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
"WASTi;y-M0KTGAGES ON CITY PROP
VV ERTY, over S4,ooo; 4K per cent: no tax.
HENRYA. frEAVMtAlcd?, onxtoavenueT
WANTED -RENTS COLLECTED PROMPT-
r i rJJiL!J,.I?J'Srniln!'Bed with satisfaction.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
"XTT A N T E D -SMORTGAQES
rr amounts: 4 too per cent: citv i
amounts: AM to fi npr rent nit
j-, o. .'.;;. .i.-- v r-i
uciaj. d&juuxJj Y,
BLACK & CO.. 99
Ty-ANTED-MORTGAGES, IN LARGE OR
TT small amounts, on improved city or Allerhe-
amounts, on improved city or Alleghe-
nV COUlltV nfflnpWv At Inw.st ... 1.-. v-.a.
TlTrto r i,r.iK -:' -T." !""-.?" ". ..
No. 114 Fourth ave. mylO-71
YTJANTED-MORTGAGES IN LARGE OK
V V small amounts, at ty to 6 per cent, accord
ing to the size and kind of mortgage. W.A.
HERRON & SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave?
VV large or small amounts on Pittsburg. Al
legheny or snburban improTed real estate at
lowest rates. ALEXANDER 4 LEE, 313 Wood st.
V V of fs, ooo and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4)i percent, free or tax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and per cent. BLACK & BAIRD,
85 Fourth avenne. je21-d26-D
WANTED-MOKTGAGES-tl, 000, C00TO LOAN
on city and suburban properties at 4X. Sand
6 per cent, and on larms In Allegheny and aala-
1e.nLcontJ.es atJ "er cent- 1- PENNOCK &
SON, lft Fourth avenue. ap7-fll
ZW U,GA.?S: 100 a?d npwn at 6 per cent;
500,000 at 4 per cent on residences or business
roperty: also In adjoining counties. 8. H,
BEN CH, 125 Fourth avenue Scbl-eM-D
TTJANTED-TO MAKE LOANS-WE HAVE
V V from $10,000 to $100,000 to losn on mortgages
on property in the ofty or county or adjoining
counties; all tho details attended to in person and
without publicity. JAS. W, DKAPE& CO.. 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. jny4-39-MWT8
WANTED-MOLDEHS TO'KNO W THAT'THE
Kelly ft Jones Co. shop at Greensbnrg has
been closed to union men until tho trouble in that
shop has been settled. By order of LOCAL
UNION 240, boa Holders' Union of North Amer
ica. . Byi2-i4a
TTTANTED-LADIES TO KNOW HAUGH
T T Keenan repair, refinish or upholster old
furniture promptly and In the best possible man
ner. 33 AND 3f WATER ST. 'Phone 1KB. my9-82
WANTED MEN LEARN THE ART OF
gentlemen's garment cutting; no trying
on requlredt night sessions Monday, 'Wednesday
tni?. Saturday, 7 to 9 f. M.,
Oil U OUU Bl. U ItLllJ tr
WANTED-E VERYBOD Y TO GET ONE DOZ.
. ., nnB cabinet photos for, 99 cents at
AUFBECHT,8 e1,iteB ALLERY, 818 Market St.,
rittsburg, Fa., for 30 days only; elevator: come,
rain or shine; bring children. my5-Jll
TXTANTED-CUSTOHEKS FOR CASH BAR-
VV fATNir.1r1n nllvprlnn wstj'heK- US. 7. M!
Elgin rold ladies' watches, EO, fa, CSi nickel TJTO
clocks 75 cU.iISC Rogers' knives and forks, l 75 JC
per set. JOHN M1TSCH, Jeweler, 130 Federal st.
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING FHO
. TOHKAFHER, 96 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he Is making line cabinets at 1 60,er
aozen; photos delivered when promised; instan
taneons procesa. mhl3-63
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-SECOND AVE.: 3-STORY BRICK
, house of 12 rooms: lot 20x80 ft.; between Wood
and Smitbfleld streets. I. M. PENNOCK & SON,
105 Fourth ave. . mvll-43-EOD
FOR SALE-THIRTEENTH WARD-PROF-ERTY;
convenient to Central Traction Cable
Road; desirable location; price low; enhance
ment sure. Call soon and see these bargains.
BLACK & BA1RD, 95 Fourth ave. myll-28-D
FOR SALE-CENTER AVE., NEAR ROBERTS
fit,, brick dwelling S rooms and storeroom;
also brick dwelling in rear 6 rooms, etc.; lot 24x
100 to alley; rental 764 yearly; price 85, 000. ALLES
& BAILEY, 1M Fonrth ave. Tel. 167. my!2-54
FOR SALE-SOUTHS1DE-SARAHST.. NEAR
Twelfth St., brick dwelling 2-story. 5 rooms
and finished aitlcr both gases; lot 18x68 ieet to
alley; private side alley: bargain for quick buyer.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167,
"TOR SALE-NO. 7 MARION ST.. BETWEEN
A? Fifth ave. and Forbes st., Sixth ward; lot
24xll8feet: brick house of 10 rooms: If sold at
once can be bought for SO, 000 on very easy pay-
A. UEKRUH BSU.33. AO. J OUrm
FOR SALE-ON WASHINGTON ST., NEAR
Wvlle, Iot20xl02toanalley: good two-story
brick of e rooms and attic: natural gas, slate roof,
good sewerage, outside -washhouse: all In good
condition: only SS,250. THOS. LIGGETT. No. 114
fourth ave. mylO-71
East End Residence.
FOR SALE -ONLY S3.200-OAKLAND-GOOD
location; a nice new brick house of 5 rooms,
with slate mantels. Inside shutters, etc. ; elegantly
papered; call early. BLACK &BAIRD, 95 Fourth
FOR SALE-AT HOMEWOOD. P. B, R., 5
minutes' walk to station, 50 trains per day. a
nice 7-room frame dwelling; slate roof, large lot,
48x135: on Grazier at. MELLON BROS., 8349 Sta-,
tlon St., E. E. my8-2-HThS
OR SALE-A 6-ROOM MANSARD HOUSE H
Sauari. from l.lhprtv ftvpnnp nY1 a Tnlnntps'
walk from Penn cable. Sixteenth ward; rents for
1174 year: good Investment: only 11, COO. MELLON
BROS , 6349 Station St., E. E. myS-2-MThs
TJVJR SALE A NICE 7-ROOM QUEEN ANNE
U frame dwelling on Mellon street, one square
from Negley avenue and five minutes' walk to
Pemn cable: lot 50x110; select neighborhood: price
fAOOO. MELLON BROS., 8319 Station St., E. E.
FOR SALE-EAST END, CRAIG AND CEN
TER aves., splendid residence or 12 rooms;
handsomely finished; combining all modern con
veniences; choice In all respects: Iotl00xl42ft. to a
20-ft. alley. L. M. PENNOCK & SON, 105 Fourth
T7IOR SALE-A HANDSOME
A stone, residence, earn
staircase and reception hall
stone, residence, carriage porch, hardwood
case and rerentlnn hall? tawpr lnnnrirv tixth
1 0 elegant, large rooms ; all the latest Improved con
veniences, asphalt paved street, good location
and near P. R R. For further particulars call at
omce. black & BAIRD, 85 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE A BEAUTIFUL OAKLAND
residence on Meyran ave., near Bates, two
story and mansard brick of 9 rooms, ball, ves
tibule, tile floor, laundry, bath, w. c, stationary
washstands. slate mantels, French plate glass
mirrors, elegant chandeliers, natural gas, hand
somely papered, etc., and onlr SS,tc0; terms
reasonable. BLACK i BAIRD. 93 Fourth avenue.
FOR 8ALE-VERY FINE EAST END RESI
DENCES and residents! sites, on several of
the most deslrablo avenues In that part of the city;
full particulars as to location, prices, terms, etc.,
can be learned at our office, or one of our emoloyes
would bo pleased to wait upon any prospective
customers and show tho properties: correspond
ence and Interest solicited. JAS. W. DRAPE &
CO., 129 Fourth ave., Plltsburg. myll-ls-D
FOR SALE THOUGHTFUL PERSONS IN
buying a home will take Into account the sur
roundings and probabilities of enhancement of
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 the neighborhood gbes 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 lots detracts from tbe value of
the first: to buyv on a neatly paved street, with
sewers, gas and water already laid, is important;
one then knows what tbe whole cost is, and has
not to worry about the cost of future grading and
paving. All these. Items and many more are cov
ered at the handsome new dwellings on Oakland
bqoare (formerly Linden Grove), which need only
be seen to be appreciated. The price Is fO, 500 and
and (8,750, payable on easy terms, for elegant,
thoroughly well built and commodious houses,
standing apart, on lots 30x100, and fitted with all
the modern conveniences. All tbe houses front
on asphaltum streets, and upon a handsome park
Flanted with shade trees; old forest trees plentl
ully shade the neighborhood. The cable cars are
now but six minutes1 distant, ana will be brought
still nearer. These houses are rapidly selling, be
ing pronounced bargains at present prices. Ap
ply to SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., No. 99 Fourth
FOR SALE-DESIRABLE ALLEGHENY RESI
DENCE, Federal St., near the parks; will
exchange for first-class suburban property. A.
J. PENTECOST, 413 Grant st. myll-H
FOR SALE-DESIRABLE STOCKTON AVE.
residence near Arch St.: lot 26Mx240feet to
Park way, with large dwelling of 10 rooms;
late conveniences:, stable In rear. W. A. HER
RON 4,SONb,No.60 Fourth avo. my4-89-4, 7,9,11
FOR SALE-A FIRST-CLASS INVESTMENT,
on account of removal of owner: lot 42x100
feet; well Improved by first-class dwellings; La
cock near Sandusky st. Call or send for particu
lars. W. A. HERRON & SONS, No. 80 Found ave.
TCWR SALE-ON OHIO RIVER, TOUR MILES
X? from Wellsvllle, S acres, frame honse, four
rooms, abundance of all kinds of fruit. Address
S. N. CRAWFORD, Ethel Landing, Pa.
FORSALE-ATEDGEWOOD. P..FT.W. C.R.
R , 12 acres choice land with comfortable 9
room brick house, frame stable, with fruits, etc. ;
beautiful surroundings; very desirable In all re
spects. I. M.PENNOCK,&SON.,105Pourthave.
FOR SALE-WEST BELLEVUE, ONLY.TWO
minutes' walk from station. P., Ft. W. ft C
R. R.: lot 175X150 feet, with modern frame house
of 8 rooms, attic cellar; slate roof; natural gas;
wash and summer honse, with outbuildings;
price only S5.6C0. I. M. PENNOCK &bON, 105
Fonrth ave. myll--EOD
P., Ft. W.&C.R.E, embracing between 4 and S
acres of land on which Is dwelling of 11 rooms. Ice
hot-se, wash room, large stable, carriage house
and several out buildings; land Is covered with
bearing fruit trees and large shaae trees: dwelling
and stable are supplied with delicious spring
water, and heated and illuminated with gas at
reasonable expense; premises are connected with
R. R. by board walk, and are unsurpassed In
beauty and healthfulness or location; will be sold
quite low. J. M. STONEK, 22 Bakewcll Building.
FOR SALE LOTS.
FO R S A"L E CLIFTON AVENUE, ALLE
GHENY, two choice lots, 25x170, at $1,200
each; elevator and electric car. A. LEGGATE ft
SON, 31 Federal street, Allegheny. ap7-12S-M
FOR SALE-VERY CHEAP AND EASY PAY-MENTS-Deslrable
building lots on Nunnery
Hill at head of new incline: call or send for plans.
W. A. HERRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-LCI'S ON MAPLE ANDLINDEN
avenues and Lombard street. Allegheny, in
theTenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MCNAUGHER, 43 N. Diamond at.
FOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS FOR DWELL
INGS or manufactory, 128 feet front on
Strawberry lane, by 100 feet, near Preble ave.,
Ninth ward, Allegheny: easy terras. WM. A.
S1PE, 93 Diamond St., Pittsburg. Pa.
pure air, pure water, beautiful scenery and
rapid transit: locate on the Watson acre and '4
acre sites. Perrysvllle avenne. Tenth W3rd. Alle
gheny; Pittsburg office, A. J. PENTECOST, 413
Grant street. ' myl2-S4
FOR SALE-LOTSI LOTSI LOTS1-IN ALLE
GHENY, near terminus of l'leisant Valley
cars and on line of the projected electric road.
avenues and Center St.; public sale on Monday
afternoon, May 13, at Z. o'clock, on the premises;
perfect title: terms to suit. Free tickets for free
ride by street cars and incline plane can he had
from JOHN II. McCREERY, 95 Fifth avenue, or
JAS. W. URAPE& CO., Auctioneers, 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. myll-48-D
FOR SALE-NICE FARM OF 65 ACRES, CLOSE
to railroad; fine large orchard, water, dwell
ing bouse and ontbulldlngs, etc, ete. Terms
from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue,
FOR SALE-75 ACRES RICH, LEVEL LIME
bTONEsoll, 8 wiles from fittsburg at IE. R.
sta fine modern brick residence 13 r, rlck sta
ble, fr. tenant house, orchard, ornamental trees,
etc. ED. WITTISH, 410 Grant st. mylO
SALE SUBURBAN PROPERTY -2
a with tarce orchard, abundance of
water, excellent dwelling house, spring and car
riage house, trod all other necessary outbuildings;
Qluutes' walk from railroad station: would 'ex-
change ln i
from JAS. '
isrtfor eltv nronertv. Terms, etc..
V. DRAPE 4U0., 139 rourth avenue,
Mount Washington, lo mlnntea iralk from
incline plane, on Hoggs, Washington and Chess
STennn; en; waier, natural ana aninciai gas
Sure air, good title; wilt be sold at public sale on
aturday afternoon. May 18, at I o'clock P. 11.. on
the premises. Positive sale, to close account with
the heirs or the estate. Plansletc.. from JAS.
"W. DRAPE &CO., Agents and Auctioneers. 129
Fourth ave., Pittsburg. my!l-43-D
East End Lots.
T7IOR SALE-A LARGE LOT ON ELYBIAN
A! ave.. near Folnt Breeze and Ton-ens station.
36x100: nrlce onlr JLSOO.
MELLON BROS., 6319
Station st., E. E.
R SALE AN EXCELLENT CORNER LOT.
60x120 feet. nearShadrsldH. for onlvS2.000: a
great bargain. JAS. IV. DRAPE & CO., 129
Fonrth avenne. Pittsburg. myll-43-p
FOR SALE AT -HOMEWOOD, P. R. It. A
pholce lot 24x100, near Lang avenue and Gra
zier street, near station: price tow, (CM. MEL
LON BROS, KH9 Station St., E. E. my8-l-?iwr
FOR HALE-ON WALNUT ST., NEAR HI
LAND ave.: lot 50x220 to Elwood st.:a beau
tiful location, good neighborhood, very conveni
ent; 5,0C0. THOS. LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth
TTieB SALE-ON CORNER SOUTH HILAND
V ave. and Walnut it, beautiful Building Site.
108 ft. front by ,140 ft. deep, ongood terms and
ottered below market price. THOS. LIGGETT,
No. 114 Fourth ave. , myl0-l
V7I0R SALE 2 ACRES OF NICE, LEVEL
V ground at East End, 3 minutes' walk from
railroad station; wilt cut up into line lots. Terms
and particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129
Fourth ave., Pittsburg. myll-48-P
FOR SALE-ON HAYS STREET-THE CON
NECTING link between Hlland and Ncgley
avenues, 5 nicely located lots, corner St. Clair st. ;
ary and desirable; $40 per, foot front. MELLON
BROS., 6349 Station St., E. E. my8-l-MWT
TTIOE SALE-A GOOD LOTON SOUTH HILAND
JD avenue. East End, 23x120 feet to a 20-foot al
ley: unusually pleasant location: fine bouses all
around. Terms, etc., from JAS. W. DRAPE St
CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. myll-43-D
FORSALE-THE LARGEST LOTS, THE BEST
Improvements, most convenient locations,
lowestprlces. easiest terms; can all be secured in
"The Baum Grove Plan," Negley ave. JOHN
F. RASTER, Agt., 812 Smithfield street.
TTIOR SALE-tCHOICE LOTS AT DALLAS STA-
A' TION, 1. R. R . convenient to steam and
street cars; cheap and on easy terms; situation un
snrnassed: nrlce ranclnir from S408 to ISOO. lnaulre
to ffouu. int
oi u. v. .1J.ULM, tiiua renn ave.
FOR SALE-ON EDWIN ST.. WITHIN 3
minutes' walk of Fifth ave. cable cars; .good
building lot, 30x120 to 20-foot sewered alley; both
gases and city water on the street; good neighbor
hood: only SI, 300, 1500 cash, bal. In 5 years. 1HOS.
LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth aVe. mylO-71
FOR SALE ONLY FIVE LOTS LEFT IN
that desirably located block on Falrmount
avenue, near Negley avenue, and 5 minutes' walk
to Penn ave. cable: 25x175: price each. 3300: prop
erty advancing In price rapidly In this location.
MELLON BKOS..6349Statlonst.,.E. my8-2-MTbS
FOR SALE ON THE EASIEST TERMS AND
at prices much lower than any in the Sur
rounding neighborhood, lots 40 and 60 feet front
age, and 100 to ISO feet In depth, in that best of all
locations, "Baum Grove." MELLON BROS.. E.
.. or JOHN F. BAXTER, Ag't, 512 Smithfield,
fTIOR SALE-ON SHADY LANE, WITHIN 5
J? minutes' walk of the proposed electrnj- road,
about 6 acres with a modern frame dwelling or 7
rooms, stable, .orchard of .'select bearing fruit
trees, grapery, with a line lawn; the owner wish
ing to remove, will sell much below tbe current
prices In thenelghborhood. HENRY A.WEAVEB
A CO.. 92 Fourth ave. myl2-3
fTIOR SALE-ONLY 750, ON EASYPAYMENT8.
J? lots 62x120 ft,, In one of the best locations in
Wllklnsburg, near the station. W. A. HEREON
ft SONS, 80 Fourth ave. myl2-50-MWP
FOR SALE-2 ACRE and 5 ACRE PLOTS OF
ground for suburban homes near the city and
railroad; S550 to SI.COO in plan of Marysvllle: easy
terras. Plans from JAS. W.DRAPif 4 CO., 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. myU-48-D
THOR SALE ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. HOTELS,
JC boarding houses, cottages, lots and bath
houses to let or for sale by I. G. ADAMS & CO.,
real estate agents. Real Estate and Law Building,
Atlantic City. N. J. ap5-9-
FOR SALE-ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF 4K ACRES
in Thlrty-flfth ward, Pittsburg, to be sold at
nubile sale. Monday.
at 3 o'clock p. m.
v. .. . .1
Full nartlculars from JAs. V
particulars irom f.A:
Agents and Auctioneers, IS Fonrth avenue, Pitts.
LOTS In Second ward, Allegheny; all sizes;
prices, 400 to (325.
LOTS MeGunnlgle plan of lots at Chartlers;
cheap; easy terms.
LOTS Ont wylle ave., on line of new cable road;
low prices; terms easy.
W. YV. MCNEILL & BRO.,
myIl-42 103 Fonrth ave.
POR SALE BUSINESS. '
' Business Chances.
FOE SALE-GOOD, PAYING RESTAURANT
In good location In Allegeny. W. W. MC
NEILL & BRO., 105 Fourth ave. myl2-6S
FOR SALE-DRUGSTORE IN A GROVING
town on the P. It. R.; population 2,000:' no
opposition; 3 physicians; good prescription trade;
will sell cheap. Address IPECAC, Dispatch
FOR SALE-BOOT, SHCE AND GENTS' FUR
NISHING store for sale. In a nearby grow
ing manufacturing town, doing a cash business:
good reasons given for selling. JAS. V. DRAPE
A CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg. myll-43-p
FOR SALE-GOOD PAYING BUSINESS FOR
lady that can sew for about $1,000: neat little
confectionery and Ice cream business, JPOO: bakery
with horse and wagon, WOO;, stores of all kinds;
100 business cbances. SHLPARD & CO.. M Fifth
FOR SALE-A GENERAL HARDWARE,
bonsefurnlshlngand builders' supply busi
ness In one of the most populous manufacturing
towns in Western Pennsylvania: on line of rail
road: value of entire stock about $4,000: could
be reduced to (3,000; no opposition: the only store
of tne same kind in the town; the place Is boom
ing on a solid basis; this Is an excellent opening;
Ill-health the onlv reason for selling. Fuller par
ticulars from JAB. W. DRAPE & CO.. 129 Fourth
ave., Pittsburg. myll-IS-D
FOR SALE-AT CLEVELAND. O.-SALOONS
from $400. to $3,000: restaurants from SdjO to
i7,500: hotel, $8,000: livery stable, $4,000; tin shops,
1,000 to $5,000; stove stores and hardware stock
rom $1,000 to $6,000; several valuable patents,
which will bear investigation; many of tbe best
S laces In this city for money-making are offered
yme; 1 have also some of the very finest real
estate In all parts or this city on easy terms. WM.
H. LAFOUNTAINE&CO., Agent, 219 Superior
St., Cleveland, O. Real estate and business ex
SALE COB. FEDERATE BT.
JD North avenue, Allegheny,
fine building 4
stories, navlnir a irood rent. W. A. I1EKIIONA
ON8,80l!ourth ave. my7-47-7, 10, 13, 18
FOR SALE-A SMALL HOTEL-24 ROOMS;
electric bells throughout the house: every
thing in good condition: 'tis a chance for a lire
man that understands his business: no agents;
principals dealt with only. HOTEL THIEL, No.
313 Pennsylvania ave., Ni VV., Washington, D. O.
FOR SALE-AN INVESTMENT 021 GOOD
street, within S minutes of postofflce; lot
40x125 to an alley; four-story brick building;
rented for 5 years, at $1,500 per year, to good, re
sponsible tenant; pays over 8 per cent net on sell
ing price, and bound to increase in value. THOS.
LIGGETT, No. 114 Fourth ave. myl0-7r
COR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
machinery nnd Metnls.
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND,
boilers; all sizes and styles kept in stock, from
4 to 100 h. p.; all refitted: good as new, at lowest
rices; mounted portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p,
WSParfcway. J..S. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pa.
EOK SALE-28X43 COKL1S3 ENGINE: ONLY
' run a year; can be seen in operation; price
on application; also a new Strange (Jo. stave ma
chine, all complete: capacity 10,000 In 10 hours;
will sell at low figure. J. A. MCCORMICK, 150
Hirst ave. anl-pSS-siwT,
TlWll SALE-CONTRACTORS' MACHINERY:
A' one 7ixl2-lnch double engine, double drum:
others large and small, witfi single or double
friction drums: wire and manlla rone, centrifugal
pumps, etc.: two 2Gt4S-Ineb. horizontal engines
with flywbeeb: THOMAS CAHLIN'S SOUS, cor.
Lacock and Sandusky sts.. Allegheny; ia!7-Mwy
PERSONAL-BOOKS WANTKD-1F YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth 81,000, let us know: we will buy one as
quickly as, the other. LEVI'S BOOK STORE,
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. my3-28
PERSONAL-TH03E DESIRING TO BUY
American gold and silver watches or fine
clocks, and novelties in standard and fashlonsble
jewelrv, will find a grand assortment at very low-,
est prices at HENRY TERHEYDEN'S. UOSmltb
flelil tt. myl2-?iwrsa
PERSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOUR AVIt'E,
mother or daughters in repairing and clean
lug yonr old clothes, when it can "be done for a
trifle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood St., second floor! Charges moderate:
facilities unsurpassed: suits made to order: spring
styles now ready, 'telephone 1558. nihs
LOST-FROM MY HOME IN MILLVALE A
black horse, laiheln front foot, tinder will
be rewarded by addressing LOUIS STANKE, Ben
nett postofflce, Allegheny Co.. l'a. myl3-S
ZIl'HER LESSONS-PRIVATE AND IN
classes-given by Mr. HENRY HERZ.86
Madison avenne, Allegheny. Over 11 years
teacher of iltlierln the first music houses and
schools in London: highest references. Music
arranged for tho zither. mj8-7
-TVUNCAN G WHITE;
, Baildtog Contractor, -
71 Diamond Street, ' -
, Ir g "'z.'
rXK) LET-S LIBERTY STl, A TWO-STORY
X brick dwelling or 10 rooms, double parlors,
bathroom, vestibule and hall, both gases, hot and
cold water, washhouse. yard, etc.; reasonably low
rent. BLACK 4 BAIRD, FonrtU.ave.
TO LET-HAZELWOOD, B. & O. R. B.. A
cozyc-room frame bonse; rent SIS month.
L-M. PENNOCK A SON, 105 Fourth ave.
Allegheny Residences. '
TO LET-RENT LOW NO. 37 POPLAR ST..
Allegheny; house S rooms. W. A. HEREON
& SONS, 80 Fourth ave. mvI2-82-MWT
LET-145 SOUTH AVE.. COR. GRANT
ave.. Allegheny, a two-storr brick dwelllnr
of 10 rooms, etc,; large lot, size 180x163: suitable
for boarding house; low rent. BLACK & BAIRD,
93 Fourth ave. . , mYlt-M-D
TO LTT-AT HULTON. BRICK HOUSE OF
11 rooms, hall, good cellar, etc. : fronts on
Railroad ave.: rent low. I. M. PENNOCK
SON. 105 Fourth ave. mvll-O-EOD
TO LET-EDGEWOOD,P.. FT.W.AC.R. B..12
acres choice land, fruit, etc.; comfortable
brick house of 9 rooms and frame stable; beautiful
surroundings. I. M. PENNOCK & SUN. 105
Fonrth ave. myll-43-Z0D
TO LET-IN SEWICKLEY-THE BRICK RES
IDENCE of James Adair, Broad street, one
square from station: completely furnished; Imme
diate possession. SAMUEL . BLACK A; CO.,
99 Fourth ave. my!2-76-MWrs
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-ROOMS-ONE OR TWO WELL FUR
NISHED rooms and cellar, soluble for light
housekeeping. Inquire of MRS. E. L. GRANER,
Mt, Washington, Thirty-second ward. myl2-Ul
TO LET-SOME UNFURNISHED ROOMS;
and S room flats, suitable for housekeeping;
three storerooms with dwellings. Inquire ON
PREMISES, 44 Fourth St. my9-100-MTbrsa
TO LET-STOREROOM AND DWELLING ON
i rankstown avenue, between Park and Lin
coln avenues: good business stand and low rent.
Apply to F. O. VANGOEDER, 6014 Penn avenue.
mO LET-93 WATER ST. OR 118 FIRST AVE.,
J. warehouse running through fromst. tost.;
each floor 20x160, with line tile floor ; ofllce on first
and second floor: inside w. c.t washstands. new
elevator; Sne business location; rent low. BLACK
& BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. mjO-23
TO LET-TWO LARGE BUILDINGS WITH
stable In the rear for 14 horses; lot 80x205
feet, situated in the lower part of city: will sell
leasehold and Improvements IT desired orrent the
same for number of years to good tenant at very
low price. Address F. C, Lock Box 606, city
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at tbe office of City Controller un
til WEDNESDAY, the 15tb day of May, A D.
1889, at 12 If., for the furnishing of ice for of
fices in Municipal Hall. Also, for the furnish
ing and setting of curbing aronnd the Second
avenue park. Plans and specifications can be
seen at this office. Each proposal mnst be ac
companied by a bond probated before the
Mayor or City Clerk; The Department of
Awards reserves the right to reject any or all
bids. E. M. BIUELOW, Chief Tlept. Public
"Works. " myl&67-D
NOTICE-TO CONTRACTORS AND SEW
ER pine dealers Sealed proposals will
be received by the Councils of tbe borough of
Greensbnrg;, Pa., nntil the 20th day of .May,
1889, at 12 M., for the furnishing of sewer pipe,
and for the construction of a system of sew
erage for said boroasrb; 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.
Flans 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. Tbe board reserves the right to reject
any or all bids. OYRUS T. LONG. Borough
The Pennsylvania Railroad Co.
Office. 233 South Fourth street.
Philadelphia. Mav 10. 1889.
C1EALED PROPOSALS ADDRESSED TO
O the undersigned (and marked on tbe out
side "Proposals'') will be received at this office
nntll Q 1 ,r ItfnwOVl ICflQ f...MM,4hln .lll.hni.
uutu Au.iuaj M,lWt.Ut IWIUMIUI M. ...WW.
land materials and performing the work neces
sary to complete the foundations for tbe pro
posed car repair shop at Wall station, on the
Pittsburg division, P. R. R.
Proposals to state (1) price per cubic yard
for excavation; (2) price per cubic yard for
Plans and specifications can he seen at office
of J. F. Stuart, Assistant Engineer, Wall sta
tion. This company reserves the right to re
jecrany orall proposals. WM. H. BROYJTN,
mvll-3-EOO Chief Engineer.
TO ENGINE AND BOILER MAKERS
Office of light-house engineer, ninth and
eleventh districts, Detroit, Mich., April 29,1889.
Proposals will be received at this omce nntil 4
o'clock, p. if., on Thursday, the 6th day of Jane,
18S9, for furnishing the boilers, machinery, etc.,
for steam foe signals for Presque Isle, Cheboy
gan, Old Mackinac Point, Simmons Reef, Beav
er Island, Manlstee,PointIriqnolsandManitou.
Michigan! Chicago, Illinois; Twin River Point
and La Pointe. Wisconsin, and Two Harbors,
Minnesota. Plans, specifications, forms of pro
posal and otber Information, may be obtained
on application to the undersigned. The right
is reserved to reject any or all bids and to waive
any defects. 'WILLIAM LUDLOW, Major of
Engineers, TJ. S. A., Light-House Engineer.
T-lKUmilTITTO RKNDKZVnTIS SIS PETW
rJLV avenue, Pittsburg. Pa.. May 10, 18S9.
Sealed proposals in triplicate, subject to the
usual conditions, will be received at this office
until 12 o'clock noon, June 10, 18S9,and then
oDened. for furnlsblnc: cooked rations, three
substantial meals daily, of good quality, and.
llie auuwauce ui suau anu cauuies uutiiurizeu
to be issued to a soldier, to the recruiting party
and recruits stationed at this Rendezvous. dur
ing the fiscal year commencing July L 1889, and
emllnir Jnnfi 30. 1890. Preference will be pivpn
to articles of domestic production or manufact
ure, conditions of quality and price (including
in the price of foreign prodnetions or manu
factures tbe duty thereon) being eqnal. Tbe
Government reserves the right to reject any or
all proposals. Forms of proposals and full in
formation will be furnished on application to
this office. Proposals for furnishing complete
rations at a place objectionable for recruits will
not be considered. Envelopes containing pro
posals shonld be marked, "Proposals for cooked
rations," and addressed to CAPTAIN RICH
ARD COMBA, Recruiting Officer, 915 Penn
avenue. Pittsburg, Pa,
VTOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS
In pursuance of the provisions contained in
the mortgage bonds of the Monongahela Navi
gation Company, issued July 1, 1882, one hun
dred bonds, numbered as follows, will become
due and payable on Jniy 1, 1889, and interest
thereon will cease on that date, viz.:
Nos. 1, 2, 13, It 26, 3L 32, St, 36, 42. 44 48. SL 6L
62. 76. 89, 94, 10L 102, 101, 105, 111, 117, 123, 126. 129.
144, 143, 147, 149, 160, 153. 167, 158. 160, 162, 167,' 171,
173, 180, 181, 182. 193, 195. 198, 199, 202. 211, 213, 217,
218. 230. 243, 246, 247, 268, 269, 270, 276, 280, 284, 2S5,
286. 296, 304, 307, 311. 312, 314, 318, 322, 329, 339, 363.
363, 370, 371, 379, 380, 381, 384, 3S9, 392, 397, 399, 40L
405, 408, 414, 417, 431, 435, 439, 413, US, 453, 458, 476.
These bonds will be paid with Interest to
Julyl, 1889, at any time after June L1SS9, on
presentation and surrender thereof with all
nnmatnred coupons attached, at the Trades
men's National Bank: of Pittsbnrg, or at my of
fice. No. 110 Diamond street. Pittsburg.
W. BAKEWELL, Treasurer.
PITTSBURG, April 29. 1889. ap234-M
THE OCEAN HOUSE
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J..
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mm? rcr t rvwi r irrritrrrnnrnv v t
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED.
, UNSURPASSED OCEAN VIEW.
Salt Water baths in the houie. Elevator.
apl&81-D E. ROBERTS &SONa
-QEDFORD MINERAL SPRINGS,
JJ BEDFORD, PENNA
Leading mountain resort. Water nnequaled.
Hotel newly furnished. Toerge's Orchestra.
Opens June 8. Write for circular. ,
ap7-87-D L.B. DOTY. Manager.
CRESSON SPRINGS, PENNA. MAIN
line Pennsylvania Railroad, on top of
THE MOUNTAIN .HOUSE
L Will open June 25. All trains stop at Cresson.
t or circulars, etc, aauress
WM. R. DUNHAM, Snot,
mv7-2-rsu Cresson. Cambria Co.; Pa.
V RECEIVED DAILY
BY GEO. K. STEVENSON 4 CO.,
GROCERIES AND- TABLE DELICACIES,
SIXTH AVENUE. iz&W-lcwT
543 Smithfield street. Pittsburg, Pa. Freihelts
Freund Building, second floor. mh24-80-XWT
, a HAMILTON.
H AND 98 FIFTH AVENUE.
Pittsburg, Pa, v p99-74D
TUESDAY, MAY It,
At the rooms, 311 Market street, , ,
At 1 o'clock sharp.
One hundred and twenty (120) rolls of ths
finest kinds of carpets, jnst fresh from tho
looms of the manufacturers, consigned to hat
for sale. No wis yonr opportunity to buy, at
your price, as our orders are peremptory" to
close ont entire lot regardless of cost.
Also, at same place, at 10 o'clock in the morn
ing, six more, and the last, of those beautiful
Earlor suites from onr Eastern consicnor. up
olstered in spun silk, silk and crushed plushes,
English rug; damask, tapestries, brocatelle.
rep and haircloth. Easy chairs, divans, lounges,
fancy rockers, couches, cabinets, mirrors, book
cases, vases, ornaments, pictures, clocks, ruga,
curtains; walnut, oak and cherry chamber suits,
wardrobes, folding beds, hall racks, sideboards;
extension tables, dressers, washstands, bed-
steads: decorated toilet, tea and dinner sets;
bedding;, kitchen goods, notions, wall paper, etc,
HENRY AUCTION COSLPANY,.
BY JAB. W. DRAPE fc CO.
FREE RIDE TO
35 BUILDING LOTS
CLIFTON AVE., HIGHLAND AVE. AND
CENTER ST., ALLEGHENY,
Close to terminus of Pleasant Valley Car line,
and on tbe ronte of the projected electric cars,
adjoining Clifton incline plane, only 4 cents
fare to Pittsburg postofflce and intermediate)
These lots all lay nice on good, streets and
present some of the finest building sites in
either city, being thoroughly in tbe country
with pure air and no smoke and overlooking;
tbe city; natural and artificial gas all aronnd;
citv water, shade and forest trees, etc.. etc
The sale will take place on MONDAY
AFTERNOON, MAY 13; at 2 o'clock, on tho
Free tickets on Pleasant Valley cars to tho
property can be Obtained from JOHN H. JlO
CREERY, 95 Fifth ave., or from
JAS. W. DRAPE t CO.. Auctioneers,
my9-3 129 Fourth ave.. Pittsburg.
BY JAS. W. DRAPE fe CO.
OF THREE PIECES OF LAND, ABOUT.4J
On tbe Washington turnpike and Catherine)
and Corinth streets. Thirty-fifth ward, Pitts
burg, near terminus of West End street cars, .
one piece of about Vi acres on Catherine and
Corinth streets, and two pieces of about 3
acres, on the Washington turnpike, near tha
tollgate. Sale will take place on MONDAY,
May 20, 1889, at 3 o'clock P. M., on the prem
ises. Terms One-half cash, balance in one year,
with interest and close mortgage and bond on
the premises. Positive and peremptory sale t
close up an estate.
By order of F. D. G1EST, Assignee.
MILLER 4 McBRIDE. Attorneys.
JAS. W. DRAPE &CO., Agents and Auc
tioneers, 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
BY JAS. W. DRAPE &CQ,
public sale ,
GO Large Building Lots
On Bogzs, Washington and Chess avenue?.
Thirty-second ward,PIttsburc, only 10 minutes'
walk from ML Washington Incline Plane. As
it is desired to close up tbe interests between,
tbe differentheirs, tho entire blocks will be ex
posed to public sale on SATURDAY, May 18.
at 2 o'clock F. M., on the premises. The Idts ara
all large, fronting on fine, wide avenues and
streets, and are in a good and fast improving
neighborhood; city, natural and artificial gas.
good drainage, pare, bracing air, etc Lots will
be sold singly or in blocks, on very liberal terms
of payment: $10 down on each lot at sale; title
Plans, etc. from
JAS. W. DRAPE & COL.'
Agents and' Auctioneers,
myll-50-D 129 Fonrth avenne, Pittsburg;
MAV INAUGURATION OF THE
1YJ. t. X NEW EXPOSITION BUTLDLNG.
MAY 21, 22, 23; a, 2a
and on the
AFTERNOONS 0t jggff8 'jgf
TICKETS FOR-SINGLE CONCERTS
ON BALE THIS MORNING, 9 o'clock,
OLD CITY HALL,
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, AfAY 13 4 16
MR. WTLHELM GERICKE, Conductor.
THE MOZART CLUB,
Mr. JAB. P. McCOLLUM, Conductor.
2 GRAND CONCERTS, 2
Wednesday, May 1-"ELIJAH.
Thursday. May 16-SYMPHONY CONCERT.
SOLOISTS Mr. and Mrs. George HenscheL
Dr. Carl Martin, Miss Adelaide Foresmanand
Mr. Paul Zimmerman.
Box sheet open THURSDAY, MAY 9faS
Mellor & Hoene's, 77 Fifth avenne, 9 A. ir
Admission, JL Reserved seats, $1 SO.
p RAND OFEEA HOUSE-TO-NIGHT!
Rice's $20,000 Burlesque, Tha
Next week, Dockstader's Minstrels. myU-10
TTARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
lo-night, matinees Tuesday, Thursday aad
C. C. MAGEE,
Dish Ln ck Comedy Company. mvl2-S
J. C. STEWARTS-
FAT MEN'S CLUB.
The Fnnniest Yet.
PICNIC GROVE FREE!
Onlv six miles from tbe citv. situated on tha
bluff overlooking Davis Island dam. Easily
reached by rail or boat. Large grove of f oreiit
trees, cool, clear springs of water, fine dan&ns
The use of tbe grove will be given' free to
Sunday schools, societies, lodges. G.A.R. posts,
private fetes, etc, the only charge being faro
on the steam elevator to and from the grounds.
For dates and further particulars apply to
J. H. DAWSON, Lacock street, near Fed
eral street, Allegheny, or .to A. CLANEY on,
the grounds. mvli-15-D
Tbe gates of health thrown wide open to all ,
slckpeorlel Tell everybody everywhere to nse
TA-VA-ZONI Tha only certain remedies, after
all otber agencies have failed. No matter how
bad or long standing the disease. These spe
cifics positively restore to health men, women
and children. Makes the weak strong; gives
new lite to alL Whether you are a proie.slonal
or a worklne man, if yon once adont the TA-VA-ZON
PREPARATIONS relief is positive,
and a cure absolute upon following the dlrec-'
tions. Go now; be cured. See sworn homer
testimony. ''Indisputable facts" at DR.,
GRIFFITH CHEMICAL CO.. SOL 303. 305, SOT
Grant st, cor. Third ave., Pittsbnrg, Pa. Bring"
this notice with yon. Save money. myl3-142'
OAKLAND SQUARE, .jl
$5,600 each, moderate cash payment, balance
JoOO per annum, elegant new two-story and
mansard brick dwellings; 8 rooms, hall. bath.v
laundry, slate mantels, art fire places, tiler,
hearths, sliding doors, wired for electric light,
fine chandeliers, both gases, plate glass win
dows, etc.; Oakland Square, five minutes from
Fifth avenue cable line and directly on line of
new cable loop which is to be constructed this
summer; a beautiful park (on which ara sev
eral hundred beautiful shade trees), the wholo
surrounded by streets and sidewalks, sewered
and paved with asphaltum; on each sWe of and.
facing tha park are the abovb described dwell
ings; most desirable hoosw yet OsTerei; '
hceastoXTalu4MSwe, wll- .