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DISPATCH, SUNDAY, MAT
IT HEMIC WDRLD.
This is the name and lace of -the central
fijureol the May Festival one of the half
dozen greatest operatic conductors (especial
ly in "Wagner's works) of the world. The
United States has reason to be proud that
,he has elected to become one of her citizens,
and Pittsburg, that he has declared his
desire to ionnd his future as a festival con
ductor upon this, his first festival in
Seidl was for years a member of "Warner's
household, having been introduced into that
charmed circle by Hans Eichter, who, be
fore him, had been the secretary and asfist
ant of the great poet-composer. His-jjer-sonal
association with all of "Wagner's ac
tivities lor so long a period makes him an
unquestioned authority upon the interpre
tation of "Wagner's works, and peculiarly
fits him to conduct a festival wherein that el
ementsolugely predominates. Subsequently
he was conductor of Neumann's traveling
"Eichard "Wagner Theater" which carried
the "JSibclungen King" throughout Europe.
The opera houses of Leipzig and Bremen had
Seidl at the helm for some time, since when
he has been the conductor of the German
opera at the Metropolitan Opera House, of
New York, where the superb performances of
Wagner's works have vied with those to be
heard in tne most faroied European capitals,
The whole town is beginning; to talk May
Festival. All indications point to a greater
popular success for this week's big event than
has yet been reached by anything of the kind
in this city. The box sale, which is relied on
for $10,000 of the 323,000 being: spent on the
festival, bids fair to realize about that sura. All
but a dozen of the boxes have been sold for the
season at 100 apiece; beginning with to-morrow
the rest will be on sale for single concerts at
25 each (six seats), and are pretty sure to -be
quickly snapped up. The general sale has been
really good, in view of the size of the house,
which makes people think there will be plenty
of room,eren if they don't hurry to pre-empt it.
They had better see about it to-morrow or
Tuesday, however, or be content with the leav
ings. Intending auditors will do well to remember
that tbe concerts are to begin promptly at 8:15
and 2.15 o'clock, respectively, and that the
doors will then be closed until some convenient
fraUft in the programme for the entrance of
arte comers. A 15-minute intermission will
t give the audience an opportunity to rise and
stroll about socially an element of no slight
' importance to me iuii enjoy meui oi we latter
r part of the programme.
me programmes nave been sufficiently dis
usscd in this column from a general stand-
oint; they will during tbe week each be noted
l oeiau in tne next preceding issue or the
rsFATCH. Though the selections may not be
together such as the true festival standard'
, quires, they most certainly do furnish a list of I
ici;ca nuitu, nilFU pciivruieu uy BucuuiftlEt)
jid distinguished force, cannot fail to yield
neat enjoyment and some profit to everyone
vho attends. The good things have been dis
nbuted among seven concerts with much lm
artialirj; tbe sheets at the box office show bow
ira it iws neen lor tne puoiic to nx upon any
0, ae concert as the favorite.
ScMtefann once remarked that "All that the
artist who works for the church, and has to
move within the strict boundaries prescribed
by her, loses with regard to success and ap
plause from the great mass, he receives back a
hundred fold in another way. To build bouses
is easy for him who can erect churches; and
therefore he who is able to compose an ora
torio, will easily win suctess with smaller
Schumann should have been in Pittsburg last
week to see how the oratorio may win, rather
than loe, "with regard to success and applause
from tbe great mass" and that in comparison
with works especially chosen along lower
lines on purpose to catch applause
from the general public. The testi
mony has been overwhelming that
the greater part of tbe people present enjoyed
the Mozart Club's "Elijah" mote than the Bos
ton Symphony Orchestra's piquant potpourri
of modern sensationalism.
Will Mr. Ellis and Mr. Comee please remem
ber this until the next time?
The Mozart Clnb's triumph last week has set
people to thinking. When Georg Henschel
asks tbe privilege of thanking a chorus for tbe
pleasure it has given him; when Wilbelm
Gericke, most frigid of men, expresses
most cordial praise of its work, and
his best orchestral players join heartily In it;
when C C. Mellor, John Q. Everson and Henry
Kleber feel raoved to write formal let
ters of congratulation (accompanied in
the first case by 200 copies of Mendels
sohn's "Hymn of Praise," with score and parts;
and in the last by a fat check toward the de
ficit): and when tbe unanimous encomiums of
critics and andience are added to all this then
it is about time for Pittsburg to realize that it
possesses in its Mozart Club a musical treasure
snch as is rare among tbe cities of the land.
The result should be a large increase in the
associate membership, and, best of all, an
endowment f nnd to enable the unselfish and
enthusiastic workers of the club to go ahead
with their noble enterprise npon a scale com
mensurate with the wealth and growing musi
cal taste of the City of Natural Gas.
Crochets nnd Quavers.
Hue. Emtlie Pebbkt, who has studied at
the Paris Conservatoire, is the latest accession
to this city's list of piano and vocal teachers.
Tn& Haydn Quartet, assisted by Mrs
Mathilde Henkler, Miss Jennie Abbott, Messrs.
W. W. Licbtbody and Kaufman, cave a con
cert at tbe U. P. Church, of Verona, last Fri
TBS Orpheus Society, of Beaver Falls, was
announced to give its second concert last
Tuesday, with a programme Including "The
Heavens Are Telling," the "Inflammatns,"
and several other choruses.
Tun concert to be given to-morrow evening
at St. Augustine's Hall, Thirty-seventh street,
for tbe benefit of tbe Young Men's Literary
Society, promises a bewildering variety of
selections both for tbe human voice and for all
manner of Instruments.
Mb. O. B. BnOADEERET has resigned his
position as organist of the WilkinsburgPres-
Dixenan wnurch. Tbe chorus choir of that
church baa also vacated the organ loft, and a
quartet is in process of formation. Mr. Charles
Wade wUl be the organist hereafter.
Among several typographical errors that
crept into The Dispatch's review of the
"jaijah" on Thursday morning, the most
amusing was the reference to Mr. Zimmerman
and Mrs. Henkler as possessing a "high social
reputation," where "local reputation" was, of
Miss Ida C. Bbbgy gave a mnsicale at her
residence on Friday evening in which Miss
Grace Miller, Miss Helen Zitterbart, Mr.
Fidells Zitterbart, Mr. Harry Hetzel and Mr. J.
Jelgerhorsassisted. The programme included
the E flat concertos of Beethoven and Liszt and
a quintet for piano and strings by Mr. F.
The Foee-a-Poco Orchestra on last Monday
elected the following officers for the ensuing
yean President, Dr. J. S. Walters: Vice Presi
dent, H. A- Rogers: Secretary. Thomas B. At
terbury; Treasurer, John Liggett; Business
Manager, Jobn B. Bradbum, and most im
portant of all Musical Directress, Mrs. Dr.
The Allegheny County Musicians' Union re
organized last Thursday with the following of
fleers: President, J. F. Boenlgk; Vice-President,
John Gernert: Secretary, A. Gerlach;
Treasurer, J. H. Bottkay. Many new members
were admitted and plans were outlined tending
toward higher orchestral work that would be
of great public benefit.
Liberatt, the cornstist and bandmaster, is
organizing a "band for another summer cam
paign in the West. He has engaged these
Pitttbnrrers; Messrs. Mueller and Birrham.
cornets; Crisplni, tamoone; Bentz, tuba; Fisher,
clarinet; DIetz. bassoon, and Gallagher, drum.
Is this a bid for an engagement at Pittsburg's
possible Exposition next fall? v
The rush of musical events at home should
not prevent a word in tribute to the memory of
Carl Rosa and of Canon Sir Frederick Arthur
Gore Ouseley, Bart., whose'recent deaths have
bereft England at once of her chief reliance
for opera in tbe vernacular and of her best ex
temporaneous organist. Ouseley was also a
composer of much church music ot a high
order and Professor of Music at Oxford Uni
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Tat its
fourth concert of tbe Reason, last Wednesday,
gave a Rubinstein overture, two movements of
Schubert's symphony in C, Massanet's "Scenes
Jianolltalnes." a Haydn serenade, for strings,
and Liszt's second rhapsodic. This orchestra,
which is said to do very satisfactory work
under tbe baton of Mr.KudoIf Speil, is the
direct result ot the Detroit Union; how differ
ent the results of unionism in Pittsburg, ob
structing instead of leading and fostering
higher musical activity.
ArnoPOS of the brilliant revival of "Pina
fore" this week at the Boston Theater Mr.
George H. Wilton, the eminent critic of the
Traveler, has this to say: '-The rise of the
'Pinafore' series of light operas was one of the
best things that ever happened to the patron of
musical pieces at the theater. Tbe works are
artistid'and interesting, they leave a clean
taste in tie mouth, and, among those who are
cot absolute bigots, they have helped give the
theater a character. In their musical purpose
and manipulation Sir Arthur Sullivan has
adopted a course which will win him more re
nown than anvthing else he has done." Can it
be the same "Pinafore" that, according to a
local censor, is as much inferior to "The Lion
of Peru" as Dorberry to Hotspur?
One of the luntiiest of recent cress reviews
was that which an afternoon cotemporary be
stowed npon the Boston Symphony Orchestra
concert of Thursday evening. "Song, 'Die
Loreley,' Liszt; by Mrs. Georg Henschel was
passably fair." "Variations from the "Bus
tle Wedding," (Goldmark), while lighter than
the others, on the program, was received with
good effect, and the composer shows an origi
nality which if he is able to carry out in later
works, will nnnsr mm ereat lame." ".Mr.
Henschel prove the careful training he has re
ceived in his enunciation as well as oy the high
state of culture to which his voice has been
brought." Tbe artist receiving most attention
in this remarkable review was Mr. "Adama
sowki" ftc), who did not appear at all, his place
being taken by Mr. Loeffler.
Mb. and Mrs. Ethelbeet Neytn are ex
pected to arrive in the city next Thursday, on
a visit to the home folks that may extend over
a month or two. Mr. Nevin finds himself in
need of rest after an exceedingly busy spring,
not the least arduous task of which was the
rehearsal of almost the whole of Gounod's "Re
demption" for Eastertide production by his
surpliced choir of 40 voices at Qnincy, Mass.
A movement for piano, two violins viola and
cello, a suite of dances for piano (fonr hands)
and several songs are among the products of
-Mr. Neviu's recent activity as a composer.
His "sketchbook" has been extraordinarily
successful, having passed through three edi
tions in less than ten months, quite a number
of the former Pittsbnrger's songs are to be
Been on high class programmes through the
country among them his "Doris," for soprano
solo and orchestra, which tbe composer will
hear for himself at the May Festival matinee
THE LATEST FISH ST0ET.
Pulled in for Brcnklng the Law The Finny
Spoils Divided Among Officers snd Vic
tims. John "W. Hague, fish warden, has made a
step toward breaking up the custom of seine
fishing in tbe river in this vicinity. Yes
terday afternoon, he received word from one
of bis agents, stationed above Lock No. L in
the Monongahela river, that a couple of young
men were fishing with dip nets.
Informations were lodged against them be
fore Alderman Cassidy, and Hague and a con
stable started after tbe fishermen. They were
captured in the act of pulling in a net full of
fish, and were taken at once to Alderman Cas
sidy's office. Tbe luckless fishermen were
George Brockett and James Hall. A Hearing
was given them and each was fined $25 and
The string of fish they bad caught numbered
about 25, the weight of the lot being about 40
Sounds. Tbe catch was divided between Al
erman Cassidy, Hague, the constable and the
The came laws prohibit fisbinc with seines.
nets, killing tbe fish with explosives, and like
methods, and Fish Warden Hague is determ
ined to put a stop to the practice.
ladies in uletatoks.
They Object to Almost Everything
"Please don't run the elevator so awfully
fast!" is a remark which can be heard daily
by anybody who has occasion to ride in
any of the elevators down town. Mr. Hill,
the elevator man in the Hamilton building,
while making some comments on this remark
"It is funny, but women are always nervous
and fidgety whenever they get Into this ele
vator, t. can never run tne thing to please
them. It is either too fast or else it goes too
slow; sometimes I stop too soon and sometimes
I don't stop soon enough."
"Well, what is the reason?" somebody in
"I don't know. Women are naturally more
nervous than a man, and 1 suppose that is the
reason. I have had ladles in bere who had to
hold on to the railings like grim death for
fear that tbey might fall. Others have to sit
down on the chair, because they say that the
motion of the elevator makes their limbs
powerless to stand on."
About the same explanations were made by
everyelevatormanwbowas asked on the sub
ject, all agreeing that women are too nervous
to stand the motion.
A Learned Tramp.
Kansas City Star.:
They have a great unknown in the St.
Joseph workhouse. He was ran in as a
vag and is doing time on the rockpile. He
is way up in the law, medicine, literature,
politics, theology and science, bnt is com
pletely mum, as regards himself. In
Shakespeare and the Bible the strange being
is said to be a giant
TO ATTEMPT TO MAKE
Machinery fit by force is a foolish thing.
,Every piece is made to fit exact and don't
need to be pounded together. It is equally
foolish to attempt to bake fine cakes with
inferior baking preparations that won't
raise the batter. A poor pancake is a fiat
failure also, and to insure success in all your
baking undertakings, we would suggest tbe
use of the old reliable "Banner" leaking
Powder, which never iails to do its work
To the yolks of three eggs, beaten, add
one cup white sugar, one-half cup butter,
one-half cup sweet milk; two cups flour,
having in it one measure "Banner" Baking
Powder, the whites of three eggs, beaten
stift"; bake in jelly-cate pans; when cold and
just before eating, place in layers, covering
each one with strawberries which have pre
viously been sugared. This cake is de
licious with any kind of fresh fruit
HOUSE CLEANING MADE EASY.
"Sconrene" to clean windows.
"Sconrene" to clean woodwork;
"Sconrene" to clean bathtubs.
"Sconrene" tn clean marble slabs.
"Sconrene" to cleartinware.
"Sconrene" C cents a cake.
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A KANSAS EDITOR.
He Comes to Pittsburg to Flgut Prohibition
He Brings Important Figures What
He Trlea to Provr,
"William P. Tomlinson, the editor and
proprietor of the Topeka (Kan.) Daily
Democrat, is in this city. Mr. Tomlinson,
who participated in the recent campaigns
in New Hampshire and Massachusetts,
speaking and writing against the adoption
of tbe amendment in those States, declared
to a Dispatch reporter yesterday that it
was his interest in the question of Consti
tutional prohibition that brought him to
Pennsylvania. He added:
""While opposed to prohibitory legisla
tion, I am a teetotaller from principle. I
have been a total abstainer from alcoholio
liquors all my life. I am opposed to the
farce of prohibition because it is not in the
interest of sobriety and good government.
I voted for the adoption of tbe Constitu
tional amendment in Kansas in 1880 in the
hope it would lessen the evil of intemper
ance, not imagining the many injurious
effects that wonld follow its adoption; but I
have for years been satisfied that prohibi
tory legislation is a great injury alike to
the cause of temperance and tne material
interests of the State.
"I had a fresh illustration, of the failure
of prohibition," said Mr. Tomlinson, in my
recent visit to New Hampshire. Had I
gone to the Granite State a Prohibitionist
what I saw there, I think, wonld have
changed my opinion as to the efficacy of
prohibitory legislation to remove the drink
evil. Prohibitory laws of the most sweep
ing character have prevailed in New Hamp
shire for 29 years, yet It is a reign of "free
whisky" in every city of any size in the
"In Kansas," continued Mr. Tomlinson,
"There is the same condition of things as in
New Hampshire. Prohibition is the same
failure in that State it has been in Massa
chusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, and
wherever the unfortunate experiment has
been attempted. This statement ought not
to surprise anyone. Any student of human
nature knows that vou cannot suddenly
change the habits and appetites of men by
statutory enactments. Reform can only
come through thea slow elevation of the
standard of public'sentiment.
"Prohibition in Kansas has been an utter
failure, whether you consider it from the
moral, legal or financial standpoint. Mor
ally considered, prohibition in Kansas is a
failure, because under so-called prohibition
the grand old agency of moral suasion is
wholly lost sight of. A temoerance meetinc
of the old-fashioned sort in Kansas would be
a novelty. There is no such thing. The
order of Good Templars, once so powerful
in iiansas, is a thing ot tbe past. 1 am con
fident there is not as healthful a temperance
sentiment in Kansas to-day as there was ten
years ago before the adoption of the amend
ment. A. false standard has been erected.
Prohibition in Kansas does not mean sot
briety or temperance. It means simply op
position to the open saloon. A man in
Kansas may be a model Prohibition
ist, yet be full of whisky from Monday
morning till Saturday night. In fact, our
prohibitory laws in'Kansas are made by
men of notoriously intemperate habits.
"Yet," said Mr. Tomlinson, "while pro
hibitory laws of the most sweeping charac
ter are on tbe statute book, while the courts
are literally choked with liquor cases, heap
ing costs upon the taxpayers, making the
average tax levy as high as $40 and $30 for
every thousand dollars of valuation in the
larger cities of Kansas, the liqnor traffic
goes on in tne principal cities in that State
with scarcely any pretense of concealment
Topeka is quoted by prohibition orators as a
city in which 'prohibition strictly prohib
its;' vet I have evidence which shows that
the grand" jury for the District Court of
bhawnee county only two or three weeks
ago found 18 indictments against as many
iointists for violations of the prohibitory
law in Topeka alone; while for the month of
April last over 30 cases of drunkenness ap
pear on the docket of the Police Court of
"I can show further, over the seal of the
United States Internal Eevenne Collector
(N. F. Acers, Leavenworth, Kan.,) that
1,103 more retail liquor permits were issued
from that office during the past year, under
so-called prohibition, than during 1881, the
last year under the old license law. This
shows conclusively that there area thousand
more drinking places in Kansas at tbe pies
ent time than there were under the license
law. I can show by unchallenged evidence
that there are to-day between 200 and 300
drinking places in one city in Kansas."
Eoyal awnings, extra heavy, at Mamaux
& Son's, 637 and 539 Penn ave.
THE SINGLE TAX LEAGUE, OF PITTS
BURG. Public meeting In Union Veteran Legion
Hall. No. 77 Sixth avenne, SUNDAY, MAY 19,
at 2:30 P. 21. Address on the land question. Dis
THERE WILL BE A MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Pittsbnrg and Falrport
Terminal Company held at the office of the com
pany, Coal Exchange Building, corner Smith
Held and Water sts., Pittsburg, Pa.. MONDAY.
MAY 27, 18S0, 2 P. H., to elect directors, vote
upon the lease of the company's property to
the Pittsburg, Falrport and Northwestern
Dock Company, and consider such other busi
ness as may oe Droncot up. A, J. THOMAS.
C. a WIGHT, Sec'y.
GHT, Sec'y. President.
AT AUCTION ELEGANT MOQUET,
velvet, body and tapestry brnssels and in
grain carpets, fine furniture, etc, TUESDAY
MORNING, May 21, at 10 o'clock.
Handsome group parlor suits m brocatelle,
English rug, tapestries, plushes, silk and hair
cloth, sofas, lounges. Turkish couch, fancv
rockers, easy chairs, cabinets, bric-a-bracbook-cases,
curtains, clocks, ornaments, pictures,
center tables, rugs, hanging lamps oafcwalnnt
and cherry snlts, nval and square mirrors, pol
ished wood and marble tops, wardrobes, chairs,
decorated toilet ware,dressing cases, bedsteads,
washstands, chiffoniers, desks, secretaries,
leather chairs, sideboards, buffets, extension
table, china, gUss and delfware, cooking uten
sils, wood chairs, sink, cupboards, kitchen ta
bles, laundry f urnlshments, mattresses,sprlngs,
hall, room and stair carpets, linoleum, pillows
and bolsters, bicycle, push cart, refrigerator,
store, hardware, notions, tea trunks, cedar
chests, shades, bird and cage, lot fine wall
paper, drygoods, etc., etc
HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM..
ta.500 each, moderate cash payment, balance
1500 per annum, elegant new two-story and
mansard brick dwellings, 8 rooms, hall, bath,
laundry, slate mantels, art fire places, tile
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 are sev
eral hundred beautiful shade trees), the whole
surrounded by streets and sidewalks, sewered
and paved with asphaltum;on each side of and
facing the park aro tbe above described dwell
ings; most desirable houses yet offered; en
hancement of values sure SAMUEL W.
BLACK 4.C0., 99 Fourth ave. myU-39
. OF LEXINGTON. KY.,
Has a lot of nicely broken
SADDLE AND HARNESS HORSES
For sale at the Allegheny
EXPOSITION DRIVING PARK,
And will take much pleasure in showing the
same to ladles and gentlemen, I will remain
only a few days longer. myl&44
rrEACHERS WANTED NOTICE IS
X hereby given that the Homestead School
Board will elect 1 principal, 2 assistant princi
pals, 3 primary, and, 12 intermediate teachers.
All applicants must be experienced and come
well recommended; salaries from $40 to $110 per
month. Applications? must be received before
June 15, 1SS3. ED. H. MORTON, President
A. J. KUHN, Secretary. myl2-139.su
WAIrEBJ.OSBOUnlfE. KtCHARD BABBOWS.
E ARROWS & OSBOURNE
.- e... 80 Diamond street
Telephone No. 812
TO EUROPE ALL THE POPULAR
steamers sailing this and next month are
rapidly filling up. Apply for berths without
delav. Tickets, drafts and letters of credit at
3J. Y. rates. MAX SCHAMBERG 4 CO.. 527
Smlthfleld st myll-wsn
TARIS VISITORS INTENDING TO SEE
I the Exposition should apply now to B. H.
Wfllan, 159 Rue Lafayette, who has comfort
able rooms and good board at his ''Home, From
Home;" prices moderate; good attendance;
reference. J. B. T., 186 Steuben st, West End.
M3-Iisplay ttitoertttcmcntt one dollar per
tquare for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page tuch at Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, etc, ten cent per line for each inter
Hon, and none taken for lest than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertlsementsare to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with Tos dis
THOMAs'stcCAFFREY, 35u9 Butler street.
FJ1IL O. STUCKEY, 24th street and Penn are.
E. G VBTUCKEY & CO., Wylie ave. and Fulton st
N. STOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, 8121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER & SHE1BLEH, 5th av. & Alwood St.
JACOBPOHN, Ho. 2 Carson street
CHA8. SCHWAEM, 1707 Csrson street.
A. J. KAERCHER, 59 Federal street.
H. J. HCBUIDE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FRED H. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street,
tf. H. EGGEKS SON, Ohio and Chestnut stl.
J. P. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets,
THOMABMcHENEV, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PEBRYM. OLEIM. Kebeecaand Allegheny ve.
WANTED-SPRINO FITTERS. THE A,
FRENCH SPRING CO., L1M. myl9-71
-TTTANTED-CARPENTER APPLY 374 ED
TT WIN ST., East End, Monday morning.
TITAN'! KD A FIRST-HLASS TINNER
W A. C GAUBEH'3, 102 Monterey st . Alte
WANTED-STONEMASONS. AT ALEX.
BEGGS & bON'S, Anderson street, Alle
WANTLD-BOY WHO CAN MAKE READY
on small job presses. Address R. S.. Dis
patch office. - rayiwa
WANTED-EXPERIENCED INSIDE WIRE
MAN. Apply at 105 THIRD AVE.. Mon
day at 7 A. u. my!9-37
WANTED CARRIAGE PAINTERS AND
woodworkers at L. GLEbENKAMP &
SON'S, 320 Penn ave. myI9-3
WANTED-COAT AND PANTS MAKERS.
Inquire at JOHN KAISER & CO.'S, No.
618 Smlthfleld St., city. myl9-127
TTANTED-CARPENTER3 TO DO LIGHT
vv worn: young men preferred. ApplyTAX-
LOR & DEAN, 203 Market St.
WANTED - COACHMAN FOR LIVERY;
none but experienced need applr. T. R.
MORELAND, 6100 Penn ave., East End. my6-12
WANTED TWO CARRIAGE TRIMMERS
and two carriage blacksmiths. THOS. S.
O'NEIL & CO., SS21-SS25Penn ave., E. E.
WANTED-AGENTS TO SELL BOSS BIT
TER: steady work : can make $18 to 4 per
week. PITTSBURG BITTERS CO., 34 Fifth ave.
solicitor and collector: salary and commis
sion; must have good reference. Address B. It.,
Dispatch office. myls-38
one who can work on other machines pre
ferred. EILER BREITWIESER & CO., South
Twenty-third st. myl9-120
wagonmakerand blacksmith helper; steady
work. Call or address A. W. SMITH, Carriage
aud Wagon Manufacturer, McKeesport Pa.
WANTED CORRESPONDENT FOR A
prodnce commission house: permanent
position to good man: none but experienced par
ties need address CORRESPONDENT, Dispatch
-rTTANTED-HOAD MANAGER WITH $27S
YV cash (controlled by himself) by concern
having high commercial rating: salary about
fl.O00; references. WHOLESALE, 153 Fourth
ave. New York. myl9-123
WANTED-A GOOD SOLICITOR TO SELL
goods to families; must be sober and straight
In his dealings: to such an one good salary and
permanent position. Address P. C S., with foil
name. Dispatch office. myl9-83
WANTED-BAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
COLLEGE, 4 Sixth street, Pittsburg. Pen
manship, bookkeeping, eclectic shorthand, type
writing, arithmetic etc., thoroughly taught for
(5 per month ; instruction private for both sexes;
open through summer, day and evening.
WASTE D-GENERAL AND SPECIAL
agents, alsohouse canvassers, to sell rubber
clothing; these goods are the most healthful on the
market; sell at sight; canvassers make 87 50 to 810
dally: Inclose stamp for particulars. IMPERIAL
MEDICATED RUBBER CO., 971srankllu street,
New York. myl9-87
W-ANTib-AiiKN id 'io yeXL AND JiVKRY
BODYtouse Dr. O'Keefe's Liver Pills,
Cold or Catarrh Pills. Congh Pills, Diarrhea Pills,
Dyspepsia Pills, Rheumatism Pills, Headache
Pills, Skin Eruption Pills, Neuralgia Pills, Piles
Pills, 25 cents: large bottles, 81; sent postage paid.
DR. O'KEEFE&CO.. Homeopathlo Chemists. 34
Fifth ave. and 428 Penn ave. myl9-l07
WANTED-BUSINESS MEN DESIRING AN
accountant, bookkeeper, stenographer,
typewriter, correspondent, salesman, office help,
or anyone In a clerical capacity,' to apply to THE
COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTING AGENCY, 163
Firth avenue. We always have a list of appli
cants with references, and If you find nothing
there that will suit you, we wUl advertise specially
free of charge. myl9-St
TTrANTED-TWO GOOD DRES3MAKERS
VV Good wages to good hands. 21 EIGHTH
-TTANTED - A HOUSEKEEPER - CALL AT
W CRAIG'S, No. 11 beneca st.. Fourteenth
WANTED-EXl'ERIENCED GIRL FOR GEN
ERAL housework. 53 UNION AVE.. Alle
WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
WORK; famuy of four. 98 PAGE ST.. Al
WANTED-GIRL TO FEED CYLINDER
press: one with experience preferred. Ad
dressK. K., Dispatch office. myI9-124
WANTED-GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOU8E
r. . $ B5: Oerman preferred. MRS. JOSEPH
GRAHAM. Roup station, East End. mylS-47
WASTED-TWO YOUNG LADIES TO SELL
goods In the city and country. Mnst leave
security for outfit. Address "OUTFIT," Dis
patch office. my!9-34
WANTED -EXPERIENCED MILLINER;
good steady placo and good wages to right
party. Inquire Monday morning, 68 OHIO ST.,
Allegheny, Pa. myl9-129
WATJS.tGIEL8 FB GENERAL HOUSE
,, WORK: persons wanting flrst-class help
call at EUREKA EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 191
Washington ave., Allegheny. my!9-24
WANTED-WAIST AND SKIRT MAKERS
None but competent bands need apply; best
of wages paid. 908 PENN AVE. myI9-102
WANTED -LADY AGENTS AT ONCE,
. local and traveling: grandest Invention for
females ever seen
while it lasts; be quick.
tp,uAisoia nrst au aays: picnic
Address LITTLE CO.,
jdxj, vnicago, 111,
TTJANTED-A THOROUGH RELIABLE AND
TV competent woman, experienced In board
ing house ouslness, to take charge of hotel and
H. BRAGDON, Allegheny P.
tt nn r ,. . "kci to ngnt party, Aaaress r
Male nnd Female flelo.
TTT-ANTED-CHBIBTIAN MEN AND WOMEN
.TV to sell tne Christians' Legacy: the best
book for agents: liberal term sand large prizes; a
few general agents. W. J. HOLLAND, 150 3as
sauBtreet., New York. myI9-2l
TTrANTED-AGENTS, MEN OR WOMEN, TO
TV sell Missouri steam Washer to families; ar
guments In Its favor numerous and convincing;
sales made without difficulty; profits large; sent
on two weeks' trial, to be returned at my expense
lr not satisfactory; write ror Illustrated circular
and terms. J. W ORTH, 54 Beekman, N. Y.
TTT-ANTED- BELIEF ENGAGEMENTS BY
VV druggist Senior Phlla., c. P., two years
manager Phlla. store. Finest references. Ad
dregs S. T. H., 70 Jackson St., A. C. myl9-33
-TTTANTED-PARTNERIN A GOOD PAYING
TV business: small capital required: must pay
enterprise. Address, SAND, Dispatch office
Booms. Ilouses. Etc
-tANTED-STEAM POWER AND ROOM FOR
VV 1 or 2 wood turning lathes rn planluginlll or
sawmill: state terms. Address C. E. M.. sn ltob-
lnson st, Allegheny.
VTTANTED-SUSIMER BOARDING-BY TWO
.JFenVm?,n' ilon llne ot R. It. not
more than 10 miles from city; give full Informa
tion with terms. Address L. K. L Dispatch
Boarders nnd Lodgers.
WANTED-OCCUPANT3 FOR NICELY
m..., Jrnl5neaJrgfront room. 45 WASHING
TON ST.. near East Park, Allegheny. myl9-00
WANTED-OCCUPAMS FOR ONE LARGE
furnished room;, single gentleman preJ
ferred: house in large grounds: Smin.wafkto
Shadyslde sta., P..B. B. Address B. N. C Dls
patch office. myl9-29
wvmi Ageu., mjEvurtnave, tnyj
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY AT 4K5 AND
. enercentfreeoftax. W. O. STEWART;
H4 Fourth ave. JaaM-su
TT7"ANTED-MOKTGAGES-MONEY TO LOAN
.TV In sums to ult at 4K. & and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 1 Fourth are. Tel. 1C7.
TTANTED-KENTS COLLECTED PAOMFT
,TV LY; property managed wltn satisfaction.
ALLES ft BAILEY, 164 Fonrth avenue, Tel. 157.
TrTANTEO mum f)ITY mortgages in
IT large and small amounts: interest, . 4K.S
Ann H na, j.A.1. -a.n-mnnn. ta.nrirv Atf. Il 1
I fiWVr lcu1 - maiuuuuif Dciu,..j. v.vi
, 83 Fourth avenue.
GEO. JOHNSTON, 62 Fourth ave.
TT7ANTKD-H0USES TO REST AND RENTS
.it to collect; monthly settlements with Item
ized statement. L. O. FUAZ1EB, Beat Estate
Broker, Forty-flfth and Butler sts.
WANTKD-TO LOAN MONEY ON MORT
GAGES on Improved real estate In lumi of
fcOO and upward, at 4H. 6 and S per cent. L. O.
FRAZlElt. Heal Estate Broker, Forty-flfth aud
Batter streets. taylS-16-ThSSU
"XJANTED-MORTGAGES-ll, 000, COOTO LOAN
T V on city and suburban properties at 4K Sand
" l:r cenu ana on larms in jwiiegaeny ana nui&-
cent counties at eper cent.
1. 11. PEKMOCJi. A
i jw ronrin avenue.
TfTANTED-TO LOAN MONEY-WE HAVE
T V over one million dollars to loan on city and
suburban property at 4M per cent; no tax: we
will also loan money on improved farms In Alle
gheny, Bearer, Fayette. Washington and West
moreland counties: auy marketable security taken
for loans of any amount.
BLACK & BAtRD. 93
ANTED-CASH PAID FOR ALL SECOND
HAND rurnltarc, pianos, etc. thomas
2513 Penn ave. mylS-9S
TITANTED-YOUNG MEN TO LKARN THE
V art or ventriloquism. Call on or address
VENTRILOQUIST, 33Resaca8t., Allegheny City.
"VTTANTED-LADIES GOING AWAY FOR
JT the summer to bring their white sewlngto
the Louvre, where It can be done on short notice.
A. W. WARE, 24 Stxtu St. mylO-31
TTANTEDLADIES TO KNOW HAUGH &
TV Kecnan repair, reflnlsh or upholster old
furniture promptly and In tbe best possible man
ner. S3 AND 34 WATER ST. 'Phone 162S. my9-S2
WANTED-LADDJS TO KNOW THAT WE
do all kind of white sewing lu the shortest
time; work guaranteed. A. W. WARE, 24 Sixth
it. Louvre Glove and Corset Emporium.
WANTED -MEN -LEARN .THE ART OF
aentlemen's garment cnttlng; no trying
on required: night sessions Monday, Wednesday
and Saturday, 7 to 9 r. M., S14 Wood st. URLINU
& SON. ap3U-6S
TTTANTED-EVERYBOD Y TO GET ONE DOZ.
TV flno cabinet photos for 99 cents at
AUFRECHT'S ELITES ALLERY, 516 Market St.,
Pittsburg, Pa,, for 30 days only; elevator: come,
rain or shine: bring children. myS-111
WANTED-CORRESPONDENCE BY B. B.
MCCONNAUGHY, Real Estate Broker,
Jounstown, Pa who respectfully solicits corres
pondeuce from any person desiring to Invest lu
real estate or mortgages; best of references given.
"TTrANTED-OUbTOMEBS FOR CASH BAR-
TV UA1MS-JUgin, siivenne watches. E3,S7, sa
Elgin eold ladles
rniri lnrilpft wntrhp fHI Sl t-23. nfrl
watches, 20, 823, fS; nickel
clocks 75 ets.: 1847 Rogers
' Knives and rorxs, si IS
per set. JOHN MI'
Jeweler, 130 Federal st.
WANTED-IF YOU WANT PURE MIXED
paint, cherry or walnut stains, furniture
or coach varnish, furniture polish, fine chair
paint, gold paint, bronze brushes, glass, pnttyor
signs, call at O'BRIEN'S PAINT SHOP, 292 Fifth
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER, 98 Fltth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that be is making line cabinets at l 50 per
dozen; pbotos delivered when promised; Instan
taneous process. mhl3-S3
WANTED ACCOUNTANTS. BOOKKEEP
ERS, stenographers, typewriters, corre
spondents, salesmen and every one desiring a sit
uation In a clerical capacity, to apply to the COM
MFRCIAL ACCOUNTING AGENCY. 163 Fifth
avenue, opposite Court House, from 8 to 11 A. M.
WANTED MARRIED OB SINGLE MEN TO
Invest In building sites at Maplewood
Park, Wllklnsburg; lots 40x120; $10 to 82) down,
balance tl to S3 per week; act quick before tbey
are all gone: 70 sold In one week; call on the
agents, who will pay your fare and take yon to see
the grounds. J. K. COOPER & CO.. 107 Fourth
FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-LOT 24x130 FEET: PENN NEAR
Twenty-eighth St.: with 3 brick bouses rent
ing for 54; 6,000. DBEHEN & SON, 4112 Penn
. Plttsburo-. STRAUB
JD DENCESonChathamst., Pittsburg.
& MORRIS. curnerWoodst-andTblrdave.. Pitts
FOR 8ALE-2 LOTS, 20x125 TO ALLEY WITH
1 frame house of 4 rooms and 3 bricks of 4
rooms each: rents for 855; Cedar st. D. BEHEN A
SON, 4112 Penn ave. my!9-15
FOR SALE-WYLIEAVE.. NEAR ERIN ST.,
a bargain; brick house of 6 rooms, good cellar;
nat. and art. gas: lot 22X110; price si 500. J. R.
COOPER & CO . 107 Fonrth ave. myl8I
TTIOR SALE-ONLY- 8L400-CONKLING
JL. uau 04ui.11. uuui i,ua a,c. ncn ji.uio
bouse 4 rooms, well finished, good lot. J. R.
COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave, mylS-81
JL. uau square iruui it Vila ave.
FOR SALE-55.C00 WILL BUY FOUR HOUSES,
each containing 4 rooms, gas and water.
and will rent so as to pay
lot 30x100, located on Gum street.
Altr, lit Fourth ave.
10 per cent;
W. O. STEW-ap21-19-SU
TTIOR SALE-8950-A. VERY NEAT LITTLE
JD cottage of 3 rooms, summer kitchen and wash
house; a fine well of spring water: lot 20x100: in
closed with good fence; terms 8200 cash. balance to
suit purchaser. M. P. HOWLbY, 3319 Butler st.
FOR SALE-GREATEST BARGAIN IN THE
city, a frame dwelling house of 7 rooms with
storeroom In front, situated on Fifth are., above
the Fourteenth ward scboolhouse; lot 24 by 177 feet,
extending to Forbes st: price only 82,200. C.
BERINGER & BON, 103 Fourth ave,
FOR SALE-rROW OF 6 2-STORlf BRICK
bouses; almost new; well strutted; pays 8 per
cent: room for 6 additional bouses on rear of lot;
it will then pay 12 per cent; street and alley paved
and sewered: nouses never Idle. Principals only
Inquire of "MORRIS A FLEMING, 110 Fourth ave.
. , my9-lS-TTSu
. on Wvomlnor fit.. 3.900; 8-
X1 7-room frame on
room frame on Virtrinia ave., 82,600; 6-room frame
on Bertha St., 83,000; 7-room frame on Virginia
ave., 11,100: 5-room frame on Grace st. and
Woodvllie tve 8L6W, and a number of others:
also vacant lots. C BERINGER A 80N, 1U3
Fourth ave. inyl8-59-TusSu
East End Residence.
TT'OB SALE-HANDSOME HOME AND ONE
jk. aureui isnu, miu uric .iunuiiu nvc, iruni;
much below value: nntllMay20. Address TUR
COMA, Dispatch office. my 9-88
FOR SALE-A 110,500 HOME BUILT oFROM
plans of your own selection and desirably lo
cated In Sbadyslde on a main avenue, can be had
upon the paynent of (500 cash, 81,000 when house
is completed and balance at rate of 840 a month.
Tall and get full Information. W. C. STEWART,
114 Fonrth ave. iuyl9-88
FOR 8ALE-7f500-TERMS 81.000 CASH, BAL
ANCE 825 a month a new, attractive and
substantial Queen Anne brick dwelling, contain
ing 9 rooms, bath and all conveniences: Is ele
gantly finished and located In one of the most de
sirable neighborhoods In tbe East End. W. C.
SlEWARy, Ul Fourth ave. ap2I-19-SU
TTIOR SALE-810.000-TERJ1S TO SUIT PUR
ID 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 bas
line gas fixtures; good stable on premises; large
lot; located on a pr.ved avenue. In a well-Im
proved and desirable neighborhood, w. O.
sTEWARl, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-A FINE RESIDENCE PROPERTY
on North inland avenue; lot C3H50: faces
east; house contains 13 rooms, bath, laundry,
1. w. c, both gases; all modern Improvements;
beautiful lawn, grapes and fruit trees; stable for
3 horses and 2 carriages: room for hired man: this
is a choice property and only 6 mlnntes walk from
East Liberty Station and both cable lines. For In
formation and terms see KELLY & ROGERS, No.
6315 Station street, E. E. myl9-T7-WEU
FOH SALE-NO. 341 SOUTH HILAND AVE
NUE. East End. a modern built 2-story and
mansard brick residence, with porches etc., 10
rooms, all the modern conveniences, bot and cold
water. Inside w. c, bathroom, etc., both gases,
heater in cellar; lot 65xl4u to n 20-root alley, with
good stable and carriage house: all In perfect
order: the location Li unsurpassed by any In the
East End, being on the line or the Pittsburg Trac
tion Co. and near Pa. It. It and the Citizens'
Traction Line; thlslscertalnlvthe most desirable
property now ottering for sale; it mnst be seen to
be fnlly appreciated; anyone desiring to look at
it will be furnished with a pass to look at It on
application at our office C. H. LOVE, 93 Fonrth
FUK SAliB THULIUMl ULi "i.IlSUflS IN
buying a home will take into account the sur
roundings and probabilities of enhancement ol
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 goes for a good
deal : as to build or buy a handsome stone or brick
residence and have Interior bouses go up after
ward on adjoining lots detracts from tbe value of
the first; to bny on a neatly paved street, with
sewers, gas and water already laid, is Important;
one then knows what the whole cost Is, aud has
not to worry about the 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 (6,500 and
and 83,750 payable on easy terms, for elegant
thoroughly well built and commodious bouses,
standing apart on lots 39x100. and fitted with all
the modern conveniences. All the houses lront
on asphaltum streets, and npon a handsome part
planted with shade trees; old forest trees plenti
fully shade the neighborhood. The cable cars are
now but six minutes' distant and wilt be brought
still nearer. These houses are rapidly selling, be
ing pronounced bargains at present prices. Ap
ply to SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO., Xo. 99 Fourth
FOB SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
Cast End Rcslacnces.
FOB SALE-LILAC ST. AND WESTMINSTER
place, house, 9 rooms, bath. tt. e.. nat. jtas.
etc.. etc.: lot 63x100 fc: onlyS9,S00. Sl'ENCEKi
GLOSSEU, 419Smltbfield st.
TT'OB SALE-WE HAVE RESIDENCES FOR
JD sale In all parts or the East End at prices to
snltall. bTRAUB & MORRIS, corner Third ave
nne and Wood street, Pittsburg. myl9-10
TjWR SALE-P2.500-AN ELEGANT RESI-
DENCE, desirably located on a paved avenue,
with Eood teweratre. In the heart of bhartyslde;
B TEW ART, 114 Fbnrt
FOB SATJE-l,a-TEKMS J500 CA8H, BAL
ANCE tlOO the first year and 1200 a year there
after will buy a 4 room house with 2 acres of
J round on Leamington avenue. W.C bTEWART;
14 Fourth ave ap21-19-su
FOR SALE-A SUBSTANTIAL BRICK HOUSE
of 7 rooms and all conveniences; lot 40x150;
located on a paved street In Oakland, 3 minutes
from cable cars; price and terms reasonable. W.
C. STEW ART,. 114 Fourth avenue, my!2-S5-Su
FORSALE-ONLY HWOFOBAGOOD FRAME
bouse, corner Broad and Beatty sts., E. E.:
donble parlors, slate mantels, hall, vestibule, hot
and cold water, Inside shutters, largo attic, etc.
O. BERIKUER & SON, 103 Fourth are.
FOR SALE-818,O0O-SUBSTANTIAL NEW
and attractive brick residence of l2rooms.wlth
large lot; nothing better lor tbe money In the
East End: is desirably located on one of the main
avenues. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fonrth ave.
FORSALE-BOQUET ST., OAKLAND, MAN
SARD brick of 8 rooms, batb, w. c. Inside
shatters, nat. gas, tile hearth In parlor, hard
wood finish, etc.. etc.: Iot24xl75 ft. : price, S8.000:
bargain, SPENCER &GLOSSER, 419 Smlthfleld
ITlOB SALE-S,0C0-TERJ1S TO SUIT PUR-
CHASER, substantial new and attractive
brick dwelling, having 4 rooms on first floor, 4
rooms and batb on second, 3 attic rooms and all
conveniences: well finished throughout: desirably
located In Oakland. W. C. STEWART, 114
Fourth ave. ap2l-I9-Su
, Allegheny Hesldences.
FOR SALE-A 3 ROOM HOUSE IN ELEVENTH
ward, Allegheny; price only 8S50; lot alone
worth the money. Inquire at EWING & BYERS,
107 Federal i
FOR SALE-SG.000-FRAME KOW OS SEVEN
houses In Second -ward: pays large Interest on
Investment. STKAUB & MORRIS, corner Wood
street and Third avenue, Pittsburg. myl9-10
THOR BALE-RESIDENCES IN ALL PARTS
JD of Allegheny and atall prices: call and see
us before purchasing" STRAUB MORRIS, cor
ner Wood st.ana Third ave., Pittsburg. myl9-10
FOR SALE 8,500 THREE-bToRY BRICK
residence on River avenue: everything In
good order; owner has refused 83M a year rent.
TRAUB 4 MORRIS, corner Wood st. and Third
ave., Pittsburg. myl9-10
SALE 2,7C0 TWO-STORY BRICK
lllnff on Decatur St.: lob about 25 feet
JU dwelling on
front, allowing 3-foot aUey at side of house; as an
Investment pays 8 per cent on present rental.
Sl'RAUB MORRIS, corner Wood St. and Third
avenue, Pittsburg. my!9-10
OR SALE-3,000-THAT ELEGANT NEW
and substantial press brick dwelling (never
occupied), containing 9 rooms, batb, stationary
washstands, laundry, cement cellar and all lm-
rovements, located on Ackley st., head ot
onterey st. W. a STEWART. Ul Fourth ave.
FOR SALE AT INGRAM COZY 6-ROOM
house: lot 0x150 feet. GEORGE JOHNSTON,
Agent, 2 Fourth ave. mylS-i
RESIDENCES AT INGRAM,
wood. Bellevue. Hawkins, etc.
J1 Crafton, Idlewood,
STRAUB & MORRIS, cornerThlrd ave. and Wood
St., Pittsburg. myl9-10
FOR SALE-CHEAP AT KAYLORS STA
TION, Ebensburg and Cresson R. R., small
lot. dwelling and stable: suitable for summer
residence. A. McDERMIT, Klttannlng Point,
FOR SALE-WILKINSBURG, NEAR BTA
TION, at a bargain, new and very neat frame
dwelling 7 rooms, reception hall, finished attic,
good cellar aad sewerage; corner lot, 52X120: terms
to salt. J. R. COOPER & CO.. 107 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE - BELLEVUE BOROUGH -A
frame house of seven rooms, nataral gas,
water In kitchen and well at door, large lot.
plenty of choice fruit, excellent view, one of the
nnest in the borough, 7 mlnntes from Neville sta
tion. For particulars Inquire 191 MARKET ST.,
Allegheny City. myl9-91-Trssu
FORSALE-THE BEST "NEW HOUSE, WITH
large lot. at Wllklnsburg for 83,000; now on
tbe market; It was built by a party for a home:
well built In every way. and now thev feel that It
Is a little more expensive property than they are,
able to live in aud not Interfere with their busi
ness, etc. C H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenne.
FOR SALE-pl,000-SUBSTANTIAL, "BRICK
residence, containing 12 rooms and all con
veniences; lot 192x264; this property Is desirably
located In Wllklnsburg; faces two good avenues,
and tbe gronnd alone it laid on In lots will sell for
tbe money: owner refused several years ago825,
000 cash. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-AT SHERIDAN STATION. P., C.
&SU L. U. R II acres of land, frame house,
orchard, etc.; two natural gas lines run through
the place; this land could be divided Into lots and
afford a good lnrestmentialsoat Sheridan station,
a frame house of 5 rooms; lot 55x106 leet: price
onlySLSuO. LASHELL & RANKIN. 87 Fonrth
FOR SALE P.000 FIFTEEN MINUTES
walk from Sharpsburg station, on good road,
'brick bouse of JJarge rooms and a small frame
honse, 2 stables, 12J4 acres of land, large orchard,
grapery, etc. : premises are connec ed with rail
road by board walk and are unsurpassed in beantv
and hralthfulness of location. Inquire at DEN
TAL ROOM, No. 11 Wylle ave. my!9-13
TTIOR SALE-5 ACHES
HOUSE OF 8 ROOMS
'! barn: abnndance. nl
adlolnlne boroueh of Bellevne: onesanare
from the proposed Bellevue electric road, and 10
minutes' walk to Neville station. P., Ft. W. & C. R.
R., 4 miles from Allegheny market; wonld make
a lovely Suburban borne. Address M. P. HOW
LEY, S819 Butler St.. city. my!8.83
FOR SALE-AT INGRAM-EIGHT ACHES
with Improvements; location and scenery
superb: fruit trees In abundance, with a variety
or majestic forest trees, such as walnut oak, elm,
sugar maple, shellbarg, hickory and others too
numerous to mention; good water; Philadelphia
Company's gas; 20 minutes' walk from railroad
station; this beautiful place will be oflered for one
week at very low figures nnd easy terms. GEO.
JOHNSTON, Real Estate Agent, s2 Fourth ave
FOR SALE LOTS.
FORSALE-ON LINE OF NEW CABLE LINE,
Wylle ave., several hundred very fine build
ing lots. GEORGE JOHNSTON, Agent 62
Fourth ave myIS-4
TTIOR SALE-CHEAP LOTS. WYLIE AVE.
JD and W andless st, near cable and electric car
lines: selling rapidly; inducements offered to buy.
ALLES BAILEY. 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
TTIOR SALE-A CHANCE FOR SPECULATION,
JD oneacre near Wylle ave. cable line In the
lulrteenth ward, beautifully situated and will lay
out In lots to advantage: a great bargain. J. It
COOPER 4 CO., 107 Fourth ave. ' myl8-84
FOR SALE-LOTSI LOTS! LOTS! 24X100 FEET
to alley on paved SO foot street; 8100 cash: bal-
ance to sultuiurcbaser:
Traction tine: nrlcfi SL
one sauare from Citizens
Traction tine: price jl,uoo each.
L. O. FRAZIER,
Forty-fifth and Butler streets.
FOR SALE-ON IOWA ST., NEAR HERRON
ave and terminus of Wylle ave., one of the
finest building lots In the lhlrteenth ward, lront
lng 250 ft on Iowa st. by 125 ft deep; will be sold
cheap. J. R. COOPER fc CO., 107 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-WYLIE AVE.-LOTS FBOM 8250
to 8350: terms, $10 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. H.
COOPER CO., 107 Fourth ave. myls-84
FOR SALE-LOTSI LOTSI! LOTS111 AT HA
ZEL WOOD; choice lots. 26X130 each, fronting
on 50-ft streets; location unsurpassed: terms to
suit buyers. J, B. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth
FOR SALE HAZELWOOD LOTS VERY
desirable lots on Tullymet and Sylvan ave
nues, and from 3 to 4 mlnntes' walk from either
Marlon or Uazelwood stations: prices, from 8300
upward. D. P. THOMAS & CO., 408 Grant st.
TT'tte SALE-MAPLEWOOD PARK-LOTS 40x
120. J. B.
COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-AT INORAM-800 BKAU1TFDL
building lots. GEO. JOHNSTOJ., Agent
62 Fourth ave.
TT-OR SALE -AT INGRAM BEAUTIFUL
X? woodland lots; easy terms. GEO. JOHNS
ION, Agent 63 Fourth ave. in vis-
FOR SALE-THE HANDSOMEST LOT AT
Cratton: view and locitlon unsurpassed: size,
100x240, S1RACB& MORRIS, corner Wood st.
and luird avenue, Pittsburg. inyl9-10
62x120 each: near station: beautiful location,
wide streets, sewered and macadamized, nat. gas;
only 8750 each, and on your own terms. J. R.
COOPER & CO., 107 Fonrth ave. mylM4
FOR SALE-AT CORAOPOL1S, P. & L. E. K.
R., a large number or choice building sites
and lots: these lots are on wide streets and alleys,
above overflow, and will be sold on reasonable
terms. LASHELL Jt RANKIN, 7 Fonrth ave.
FOR SALE-FINE BUILDING LOTS AT GIB
SON station 'P. &L. E. R. B.; 15 minutes
ride from the depot: lots 100X231 ft and SOtlou ft.
ST., SOUTH SIDE, or of ADAMS GIBSON on
me premisis. myl9-Z3
TTIOHSALE-AT EMSWORIH, P., FT. AV. & C.
A' R. R., beautiful building lots, only 6 minutes
from station: lots each 60x120: boardwalks, excel
lent water, fine view, good natural drainage; one
of the choicest locations on the Ft Wayne roadr
prices low ana terms easjr. J. R. COOPER CO.,
107 Fonrth arc my 19-93
FOR SALE MAPLEWOOD PARK. WIL
KINSUURG, laid out by Geo. S. Martin; ele
gant building lots, 40x120 and 40x240: 8150 to 8400
each: 810 to (20 down, balance SI to 83 per week:
these are the most desirable lots on the market
and are bound to double In value within the next
90 days; 56 trains each way daily; call on the
agents, who will payyonr fare and take you to see
v. o, vvvrtK e vu., im ourcn
East End Lots.
FOR BALE-RMO-CENTERAVEj. CORNER
Neville st.. Shadyslde, 81x170 feet. W. C.
DiAiiAAi, ii t ouna ave.
FOR SALE-SEVERAL CHOICE LOTS DESIR
ABLY located on Fifth ave., Sbadyslde. W.
C. BTEWART, 114 Fourth aTe. ap21-19-su
FOR 8ALE-P.500-NEGLEY AVENUE, COR
NER Margaretta st, 110x170 feet. W. C.
STEWARD. 114 Fourth avenue. myl2-3-SU
FOHSAL-fS, 750-50x165 FEET. LOCATED IN
one of the choicest neighborhoods In Sbady
slde. W. C. B1E WART, ift rourth ave.
FOR SALE-A NUMBEB'OF THE CHOICEST
lots In the East End: will payyouto see us
STEWART. 114 Fourth
FORSALE-NEARLY 8 ACRES, AT A BAB
GAIN : only a few minutes' walk from Swiss
vale station; all In natural forest trees: will sell
for 900 per acre. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-LOTS ON WINEBIDDLE AVE
NUE, Friendship Grove, Falrmount avenne.
Negley avenue, and all the desirable localities In
the East End. STRAUB A MORRIS, corner
Wood street snd Third avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS AT DALLAS STA
TION. V. K. B.. convenient to steam and
street cars; cheap and on easy terms: situation un
surpassed: price ranging from S408 to 8600. Inquire
ori). C. NEGLEY, 6108 Penn ave., East End.
FOE SALE -CHOICE SHADJSIDE LOT
fronting 133 feet on an 80 foot paved street
close to station, buildings on adjoining lots, flrst
class; price S per foot front: a bargain: terms
easy. L. ofRAZIEK, Forty-fifth and Butler
IriOR SALE-LOTS, VERY CONVENIENT TO
' cable lines. In the East End; streets all
sewered; chnrches, schoolsand stores convenient;
neighborhood clean, quiet aud excentlonallrgpod;
lots large" bnt prices small. JOHN F. BAXIKR,
Agent, 512 Smlthfleld street. myI9-49orwrsu
FOR SALE-6 ACRES. BEAUTIFULLY LO
nAThU. and rrontlnir 360 ft. on one Of the
leading 60-ft. avenues of L. E.: no finer sites for
2 or 3 first-class residences, and 8.1, 660 an sere will
take It if told before Jtrael: to secure this you
must act promptly. See M. P. HOWLEY. 3819
Butler st, city. myl8-85
FOR SALE-LOTS NEAR NEGLEY AVENUE,
on Banm street; this localltvli being vigor
ously sought after on account of the Improvements
now being made: size. 50xl2OIeet, 20 foot alley in
rear, senerm alley: every lot has sewer connec
tion. MELLON BROS.. East End, or JOHN F.
BAXTER, Agent, 512 Smlthfleld street.
FOB SALE-LOTS 100x250 FEET, LOCATED
on Filth avenne, Sbadyslde, facing Amber
son ave.: this Is without doubt the choicest loca
tion In the East End; the ground lays in such a
manner that for very little money It can be graded
and a handsome ellect prodnced In way of land
scape gardening. W. U. STEWART, 114 Fonrth
FOB SALE W. C. STEWART, 114 FOURTH
avenue, will sell you a lot desirably located
lnShadvgldeona main avenne. caved and sew-
f ered. and advance you money to build a house to
suit your own meas npon luepayuieutui (uuuutsu,
81,000 when house la completed and the balance at
the rate of 810 a month. W. C STEWART. 114
Fourth ave. myl9-8S
FOR SAI,E-t7.50 THAT ELEGANT BUILD
ING site, 118X173 feet (asawbole or will sell
halo, located on Rebecca St., Shadyslde, between
Cenfr ave. ana Penn ave., facing Baum Grove,
Is well elevated, level, has eastern exposure, line
residence on either side and In a neighborhood
that will undoubtedly be strictly flrst-class. W.
C STEWART, 114 Fourth ave. myl2-85-Su
TTIOR SALE-S3O.0OO-10 ACRES OF GROUND.
JD suitable for laying out in lots; is perfectly
level, well elevated and desirably located in tne
heart of the East End, In a neighborhood that will
undoubtedly be strictly flrst-ciass:ls within 12 min
utes' walk of Fifth avenue cable cars: has a front
age of 2,800 feet; fine brick dwelUngof Brooms and
a frame of 6 rooms: terms 810.000 rash, balance to
snitpnrchaser. IV. C. STEWART. 114 Fourth
TTIOR SALE-CHEAP LOT -BUENA VISTA ST.;
JD lot 25x137, to Perrysvllle ave; f price. f9uo.
ALLES & BAILEY, 184 Fonrth ave. : teU 167.
SALE BUILDING LOTS IN ALLE
r GHENY L'ltv
GHENY City and out on the Perrysvllle road
bTRAUB & MORRIS, corner .Wood st. snd Third
JD pure atr, pure water, beautiful scenery and
rapid transit: locate on the Watson acre and X
acre sites. Perrysvllle avenne. Tenth ward. Alle
gheny: Pittsburg office, A. J. PENTECOST. 413
Grant street. . myl2-84
FOR SALE-FARM AT HOBOKEN-93 ACRES:
2 minutes' walk'from station: one of the best
farms in the county. For particulars sec J. R.
COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave. mylS-84
OR SALE -147 ACRES SITUATE IN WEST-
Ardara station, onlv 18 in lies from Plttshurz: bas
30aoresof coal. Is good wheat or stock farm; well
watered: honse of 5 rooms, large bank barn: land
is rolling, and all under cultivation: price 110, ao;
this Is tbe best farm ror the money on the Penna.
B.E. W.C. STEWART. U4 Fonrth ave.
TTIOR SALE-200 ACRES AT ARDARA 8TA
V TION, Pennsylvania Railroad. 18 miles from
Pittsburg (as a whole or to suit purchaser), has a
large sand stone quarry opened, a large sand bank
and aoout 100 acres of level land suitable for man-
uiscturing purposes; aujujus i.aiueKie dv. a,
Co.. and only five miles from the new Westing
house Works at Wllmerdlng. W. C. STEWART,
114 Fonrth avenue. ap2M9-Su
FOR SALE-SEVERAL GOOD BARGAINS AT
Oakland, Bellefleld, etc. near the new cable
line. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue. mylS-5
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. IMPROVED AND
unimproved, in all parts of the city: call or
send far new-printed descriptive list Jnstlssned.
L. O. FRAZIER. Real Estate .Broker, Forty-lirth
and Butler sts. myl8-16-Thssu
FOR SALE-BY EWING & BYERS, NO. 107
Federal street Allegheny.
810,000-On Arch street near Montgomery ave-,
fine 3-story brick bouse of 10 rooms, hall, vesti
bule, bath, hot and cold water, both gases. Inside
w. c: all sewered; lot 20x75.
85,000 On Beaver ave, line brick bonse, 8 rooms
and all conveniences; lot 22x125, with stable on
rear: possession at once.
82,700-On Voeghley street two frame houses
renting at present Tor (348 per annum; must be
sold to close an estate.
83,000 On West Jefferson St. frame house, 7
rooms ana nail, Dotn gases ana water: 101 zuxju.
83,500 Corntr Rhine and Item sts.. Tenth ward,
frame house of 10 rooms, with lot 67x100.
82,600-On Locust st. near Bldwell st. brick
bouse of 8 rooms, both gases and water; big bar
gain. ll.foO On Carroll st sear Arch, frame house,
S rooms; corner lot; rents for 8240 pr annum.
(2,400 On Carroll st , near Arch, frame house, 4
rooms, with lot 20x100 to Alpine ave : possession at
3.00C On West Market st, three new frame
houses, two of 5 rooms each and one of 3 rooms;
lot 80x100: good Investment.
83.500 On Lacock street brick bouse, 6 rooms,
ball, bath rooms, hot and cold water, both gases,
slate roof, corner lot: rents ror S3G0 per annum
All tbe above bouses can be boogbt on easy
terras. Can and get one of our new For Sale cat
alogues. EWING & BYERS,
iny!9-50 107 Federal street
VOVt. SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-GROCERY STORE. 1NQUIREAT
45 FRANKLIN ST., Allegheny. my!9-44
FOR SALE-LEASE, TOOLS AND FIXTURES
for carrying on and manufacturing popcorn,
candy, etc. Address B., Dispatch office. myl4-49
FOR SALE-NOTION STORE-ONLY 8500;
doing a good business; low rent: call for par
ticulars. J. R. COOPER 4 CO., 107 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE CIGAR STORE; WHOLESALE
and retail: one of tbe best locations In tbe
city: good reasons for selling. Address A. Dis
patch office. myl9-H7
FOR SALE-LEASE AND SALOON FIX
TURES, pool and billiard tables and Ice:
good location. Address JOHNSON & SON. New
Lisbon, O., for particulars. myl7-31
FOR SALE A FIRST-CLASS BOARDING
bouse, doing a good business, and well
located In the heart of the city: will sell at a bar
gain. C BERINGER&SON, 103 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-GROCERY WITH EXTENSIVE
cash business; fine room In best location;
nice, fresh stock; Invoice, 81.600: rare opening;
making money fast C. H. FOLSOM. Lima, O.
FOR SALE SHOE BUSINESS A BABE
opportunity lu a thriving town near the city;
well established jnd doing a first-class business;
will st-11 at Invoice; must be sold soon. J. R.
COOPER & CO.. 107 Fourth ave. my!9-93
-COR SALE-GOOD PAYING BUSINESS FOR
X lady that can sew forabout ?L0u: neat little
conicctionery ana ice cream onsiness, VJJO: bakery
with horse and wagon, 84C0. stores of all kinds;
ICO business chances. bUEPARD & CO.. 54 Fifth
FOR SALE GROCERY RAREST OPPOR
TUNITY: situated on best business street In
Allegheny: doing a No. 1 paving business: will
sell at Invoice or lump: good bargain If sold Im
mediately., as owner Is moving W est Address A.
F. H.. Allegheny P. O. myl5-32-TuWTSU
FOR SALE-LEASE OF HOTEL EBUNS
WICK,Nos.254 and 25S Washington st. Johns
town, Pa.; the. said hotel building contains 20
rooms, Is a handsome 3-story brick building, cen
trally located, doing a very large bar trade: if
sale is made at all It must bo made before June
term of court, so that license can be transferred
to purchaser, M. J. MURPHY, proprietor.
1TIOR 8ALE-OR.EXCHANGE-HOTEL PARK.
Bridgewater: brick hotel 32 rooms, doing
uiuuHuie uQsiucsa; in nrst-ciasa oraer. Aaaress
O. BOX 419, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-LOT 60X120 FEET ON FOURTH
avenne, between Wood and Smlthfleld sts.;
also, lot 35x110 on Liberty st, near Suspension
bridge; also, several very desirable lots on Fenn
avenue. STRAUB &MORR1S, corner Wood st.
and Third avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-SEVERAL PIECES OF PROP
ERTY on Fourth ave.: also a number of
pieces on Penn arc, Smlthfleld st and other
good streets: will take pleasure In giving full par
ticulars and showing surveys to parties desiring
topSfc,!!M- W.C. STEWART, 111 Fourth are.
Bnslneu Stsuut. X
FK BALE-THE LABGE BBICX BTHLPOrO j
corner of North avenue and- r6)m'- s,: v
wnni ana auparucuiarsou applications baulu-0
MORRIS, comer Wood sW and Third avenutv
Pitts tmrg. myia-a
R SALE THAT DEsIRABLZ BUSINESS
nroperty corner of Ohio and Sandusky streets,
now occupied by J. L. Wyland; particulars on ap
plication. STRAUB & MOR1US. eorter Wood si.
and Third avenue. Pittsburg. mj!9-lft
HALK nmmi TBI
X' best located niece of ororwrtr suitable 1
retail trade in Pittsburg: owner hai been boldlar
for 1140,000, bnt wilt take the above price If so
,mitoiuiutami iu principals ouiy. w. u
8TEWABT, 114 Fourth ave. pa-19-W
R SALE-HOTEL FURNITURE W1TB
larsre transient trader fin nw MMm
touse. furnished thronffhontMArflATirTtTiiin
rare chance: price, 83,500: on easy navmenuslk
this growing city. V. a. FOLSOM, Lima, O.
TTIOR SALE-IKHOCO-THHEE-STOBY BRICK
J hotel In Bteubenville, O.: house furnished
throughout; has license and Is doing a good bus
iness: good reasons for selling: all particulars on
application. STRAUB 3c MORRIS, corner Wood
st. and Third ave.: Pittsburgh myl9-10
FOR SALE-2xll5 FEET, LOCATED IK THX
heart of Pittsburg, within 3 minutes' walk
of postofflee; la now renting for J6,50uayear, and
improvementsonlyeoverbalf theground; this is
without donbt the choicest piece of property la
the city, and If properly Improved would nay s
percent net on Investment; price 9120,000: full
fiatlculars to principals only. W. C. STEWART,
4 Fourth ave. myl2-6sa '
FOB. SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Iloraea. Vehicles. Llvo Stock, dice,
FOR SALE-ELEGANT BUCKWAGONS FOS
860: superior to any others In the market. L.
GLESENKAMP & SON, 320 Penn ave. myl3-8
TTIOR SALE-CHOICE DRIVING HORSES,
JD trained for single or donble driving; war
ranted sound and gentle: safe for ladles and chil
dren. HENRY A. CU111LLNQS, Exposition
Driving Park. mylS-
FOR BALE -A FINE, STYLISH FAMILY"
horse, dark bay, 7 vears old and IS hands
high: fearless of cars and can be driven anywhere;
reason for selling, want of use. Can be seen for
two daya at BURNS & JAHN'S stables. 547 ,548,
531 Grant St. myl9-U9
Machinery and Sletals.
FOR SALE-WE HAVE FOR SALE A LARGS
lot of No. 1 second-hand engines andbollers,
all sizes, from 2 h. p. up. 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. II A RME'SMACHINg
DEPOT. 97 First aveT .rr
FOR SALE-LARGE EMPTY CASKS (PIPES),
capacity 160 to 200 gaUons. In perfect eondl
tlon; also tanks.
Inquire at 191 FIRST AVE.
TJiOB SALE-A FINE DECKER BROS., UP
JD RIGHT piano nearly new at a great sacri
fice: owner going to Europe. Call at 440 PENN
TTKIR 8ALE-A FEW ELEGANT. WHITE PAT
J2. TERN linen tabln cloths, 3 an d3X yards long,
at a bargain. Address LINEN. Dispatch office.
TTIOR SALE-NO. 9
JD with all necessary fixtures for same:
1,000,000 gallons in 24hours;ln use onlv one week:
will be sold cheap. Address STEUBENVILLS
IRON ANU STEEL CO., SteubenvlUe, Oblo.
TO LET-NO. 35 LOCUST ST.. S-ROOM BRICK
dwelling: hot and cold water, bath, etc U.
H.LOVE, 83 Fourth avenue. myl-S
mO LET BRICK HOUSE 4 ROOMS
A. finished attic: city water; low rent
COOPER & CO.
, 107 Fourth avenue.
TO LET-WYLIE AVE.. LOW RENT, BRICK
houses rooms, hall, bath, range, nat and
art. gas: in cood repair,
107 Fourth ave.
4, R. CO(
TO LET-VERY FINE FINISHED 10-BOOK
house, near parks. In Allegheny. GEO.
JOHNSTON, Agent 62 Fourth ave. mylS-4
TO LET HOUSE ON MARSHALL ST.. AL
LEGHENY. In fiats of 3 rooms each. Anplr,
In evenings, at Ut RIDGE AVE., Allegheny.
TO LET-IN SEWICKLEY-COMPLETELT.
furnished, a brick residence on Broad stv
1 sq. from station, immediate possession. Ad
dress "Adair." boxZ7, Sewlckley, Pa. myl9-SS
TO LET-MY HOUSE, THDJTEEN BOOMS, -at
Laurel Station, Ft Wayne road, all mod
ern Improvements, stable and carriage house, two
acres ground, with liver view. Inquire on prem
ises, or at 219 Lacock street Allegheny. WM.T.
TO LET-OR FOR SALE-A TWO-STORY
frame bouso of 7 rooms and finished attic:
beautiful location; handsome scenery and sur
roundings; slate mantels, lnsldasnntters. natural
ras. eood cellar: house newlvnabered: exeellenr
spring water: lot J acre, terraced and nlcelTtUft i
oat: situate on Beaver road and within 4 minutes'
wave ox Linton station, inquire on premises or
address THOS. BARRETT, Emswortbp. o.
TO LET-A NICELY FURNISHED ROOM;
everything flrst-class, for one ortwo gentle- '
men. 4HF.NaVE. mjl9-ics
TO LET-FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
rooms: pleasantly located: on line of cable ,
cars. InquireSOSHADY AVENUE. EastEnd.
TO LET-SOME FINE UNFURNISHED
rooms suitable for housekeeping; three store
rooms: good stands; low rent For particulars
Inquire 44 FOURTH STREET. myI7-92-rsu
TO LET TWO NEATLY FURNISHED
rooms. East End, in a refined family; suita
ble for one or more gentlemen; within one block
of either cable. Address M. M., Dispatch office.
Offices. Deik Koom. etc
mo LET-DESK ROOM IN OUB MAIS' OF
JL FICE. with, use of desk, etc.; rent low to a
good tenant. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue.
10 LET-A HOUSE AND STOREROOM AT
corner of Tunnel st. and Webster are. No.
Inquire on PREMISES. my!7-81
PERSONAL BOOKS WANTJSD IF YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth SLOCO, let us kno: we will buy one as
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK STOKE.
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. my3-23 '
PERSONAL THOSE DESIRING TO BUY
American gold and silver watches or fine
clocks, and novelties in standard and fashionable
Jewelry, wUl And a grand assortment at very low
est prices at HENRY TERHEYDEN 'S. 530 Smith
field st myl2-MWTsn
FOUNO A NEW PLACE TO GET YOUR
faml'v white sewing done at short notice.
A.W.WARE, Louvre ,fa love and Corset Empo
rium, 24 Sixth st mylWl
FOUND THAT ANY AMOUNT OF FAMILY
white sewing can be made to measure on
short notice at A- W. WARE'S, Louvre Glove
and Corset Parlor, 24 Sixth st myl9-31
FOUND THE PLACE WHERE LADIES
will not have to worry with sewing slrls;
bring your material and have any kind of ladles
and children's muslin underwear made to order;
work guaranteed. A. W. WARE; 24 Sixth st
A few more special agents
to represent The United
States Mutual Accident As
sociation in Western Penn
sylvania. With first-class,
successful men profitable con
tracts will be made.- Ener
getic men can make $50 every ,
week. This is an opportunity
well worth investigating.
For further information call
FOWLER & WHITESELL, "
General Agents for Western Penna.
Office, Seventh Avenue Hotel,
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