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The Turner Bund and the Temper
v ance People at it on Snndaj.
PROHIBITION A BOCK TO SPLIT ON.
Yarious Meeting? of Pros and Antis With
TWOBITAL GATHEEIXGS TOGETHER
The Turners of the Pittsburg district of
the North American Turner Bund had a
great rally in the Birmingham Turner Hall
on the Southside yesterday. Fifteen
societies, one from Pittsburg and Allegheny
and the others from . adjacent towns were
represented, and the session lasted the
whole day. During all the time the various
rooms in the hall were crowded with guests,
directly or indirectly interested in the pro
ceedings. The occasion of the gathering
was the meeting of the Turners of the dis
trict, which occurs once in two months.
Jlr. Eggers, the Birmingham teacher of
gymnastics and athletics, called the active
members of 'the district together at 10
o'clock A. m., and a series ot exercises were
gone through. Exhibitions on the hori
zontal bars and the buck were rapidly gone
through, and an adjournment for lunch was
AFTEB THEIB EXZECISE.
In the afternoon marching and wand ex
ercises were taken Tip with piano accompa
niment, and the exhibition was highly sat
isfactory to the large audience, to judge bv
the frequent applause which rang through
After the exercises were over chairs were
brought in, and then Mr. Gottfried Ihsen,
Chairman of the Committee on Spiritual
Development, addressed the assembly on
"The Platform of the North American
Gymnastic TJnion." In the platiorm of
their constitution it says:
"We, the members of the gymnastic societies
of the United States of America, propose by a
union, under the name "The North Americ
an Gymnastic Union," to aid each other m
rearing a people strong in both body and mind.
We recognize in the dissemination of culture
and the fostering of ethical and moral princi
ples, the only means of effecting a thorough re
form of social, religions and political life.
Wo strive for the development of the repub
lic on a truly humane and republican basis.
We therefore oppose most decidedly every at
tempt to interfere with the liberty of con
science, and also all legislative encroachments
that are hostile to the perfection and develop
ment of our free institutions.
The interpretation of these words, the
speaker understood, was, that the Turner
had to use his entire energy fpr the develop
ment of progress, of justice, of freedom and
the enlightenment of the masses. Continu
ing, he said:
A DEFINITION OF LIBEItTT.
It is the principle ot every true Turner to be
on the side of liberty In its broadest sense,
socially, politically and religiously. To do this
it is necessary for all of us to be constantly,
and all of us, at our posts and do our dnty in
the Interest of a free Republic like the United
There is, for instance, the temperance move
ment, which has been called Into existence by
hypocritical theologians and hysterical old
maids, until it has reached its climax in the
tyranny, Injustice, idiocy and dishonor of pro
hibition. Like the famous phalanx of Epa
minondas, jou must oppose this movement.
It Is an imposition upon the principles of lib
erty and the rights of free citizens. Nobody
has ihe rich! to urge the Introduction of a law
to prohibit vman from prosecuting his legiti
mate, honest business, though it may be regu
lated. The luestion of temperance can never
be settled bi law, but by education. Show the
people by example the mistake of drunken
ness and ttaywill reform. Let the drunkard
be punishtd for his own crime and misde
meanor, bit do not visit his faults and sins
upon lthe oeople who like to enjoy themselves
in tbefcirch. of their friends.
"Bo o yok guard and parry this onslaught,
ind pfcvenajy further attempt at the same
V .After the address several songs were ren
dered by the singing sections of the various
About 6 o'clock the Turners all adjourned
to a supper, which had been prepared by the
ladies of the Biimingham Turverein. After
supper a large number of the members and
guests went across the street and attended
the evening service of Rev. Gustav Lerch
at the United Evangelical Church.
MRS. FOSTER TEEY RADICAL.
She Sari the Amendment is Decreed by God,
and Eulogizes Judge White.
Mrs. J. Ellen Foster, of Iowa, lectured on
the prohibition amendment to a large audi
ence in the Oakland Methodist Episcopal
Church last evening. During her remarks
When yon ask men to vote for Constitutional
amendment, do not say you wish them to do so
because it is a sin, bnt because it engenders
crime. We do not legislate against vice, ex
cept as it comes out in crime. The church en
compasses all vice; the State is limited to
The amendment to the Constitution is in the
natural course of events. (May I say it in this
pulpit?) It has been decreed by God. Men are
better when they have some one to lean on. I
know men who are quite proper In their own
little church circle who are not quite so proper
when they go down to New York. The cause
of the failure in Massachusetts was that the
rood people depended too much on others. If
the amendment fails here, the liquor traffic
will be more offensive.
That glorious man, Judge White, should in
spire yon to act as a body. It seems to me that
It is a part of God's plan to put that man down
here in Allegheny county to show you what one
earnest, -rigorous, good man can accomplish.
Vigorous work will win for us on June 18.
Mrs. Foster has been stopping at the Sev
enth Avenue Hotel, but leaves for Phila
delphia this morning. She will be there for
a week or longer, and will afterward travel
through Chester, Bucks and other counties
in the immediate vicinity of Philadelphia.
She will return to Pittsburg one week be
fore the 18th of June to give another series
AT DEUIDEN HAIL.
Sir. John Bclnuauer Addresses the Anil
At the meeting of the Anti-Prohibition
Society of the Southside, at Druiden Hall,
Carson street, last night a motion was car
Tried that every member of the organization
consider himself a committee of one and' de
vote his energy and work to the defeat of
the Constitutional amendment on June 18.
Mr. John Beinhauer, who was present,
was asked to make a few remarks. He
called attention to the fact that this was
not a fight for the saloon keeper, but for the
fundamental principle of man's rights. He
compared the present struggle to the late
war, stating that, while the Union soldiers
had fought at that time for the liberation of
people from physical bondage, the issue of
to-day was: Should the mind of the people
He dwelt upon the fact that the Germans
were generally accused of promulgating the
habit ot drinking in America, while he
could prove that from the Germans eman
ated the most useful and the best American
citizens. "We drink," he ooncluded, "but
we are temperate."
LESLIE AKD MURPHY.
They Tell the People at the Opera House a
Few New Things.
The audience at the Opera House last
night was given more variety in the way of
entertainment than usual. There were
speeches, songs by the Good Templar choir,
songs by a colored quartet, and a recita
tion. Alderman A. H. Ieslie presided and
made the' opening address. He held that
the temperance movement is the result of
progress, and as the world has steadily
progressed, this movement must meet with
I success. Mr. Xeslie also attacked the
liquor traffic from a commercial point of
view, demonstrating to the satisfaction of
his audience that the liquor trade does not
give employment to the number of people
that a trade with its profits should give.
Edward Murphy made another address
in favor of the amendment He said that if
every man who loves truth, and "honors
virtue, and who is a member of church in
Pennsylvania, would be true to his convic
tions, it would not be long until the liquor
traffic would be outlawed. He ridiculed
moderate drinking, saying it was as sensi
ble to talk of shooting a gun moderately.
The 60,000 drunkards who die in the
United States each year are recruited from
the ranks of the moderate drinkers, where
all men who become drunkards are bound
He also paid his respects to the temper
ance men who drink on the sly, terming
them the meanest men alive,
BOTH WET AND DRY.
RIvul Prohibition and Anti-Prohibition Ont
Door Meetlnei now the Tnc Speakers
Tied License Conrtincf.
The people of the Southside had quite a
novelty yesterday in the way of prohibition
amendment meetings. At 3 o'clock in the
afternoon, Bev. "W. B. Christian, the col
ored preacher, from Indiana, mounted a
store box at the northeast corner of the
Southside Market Hall, and began talking
against the amendment,
A few minutes later the members of the
Moorhead Union, "W. C. T. U., who have
been accustomed to holding their meetings
in front of the hall, assembled on the same
side of the building as Mr. Christian, and
within about 40 feet of his platform, and
opened a meeting in favor of the amendment
"by singing a hymn.
Mr. Christian, who by this time had gath
ered quite a crowd around him, never
stopped talking, although while the singing
lasted, the people could scarcely hear him.
When the hymn had been finished, Mr.
Jonah Boughton, a prominent member of
the Independent Order of Good Templars,
of New Jersey, was introduced, and he
mounted a storebox for the Prohibitionists.
Then the fun began; and it was real fun.
Xeither of the meetings seemed like an
earnest meeting either for or against the
amendment. It reminded one of a pitchers"
battle in a baseball game, or a race between
the end men of a minstrel troupe. The
speakers both seemed to be trying their
hardest to head each other off and make an
impression on their audiences. And the
crowds enjoyed it immensely.
Mr. Christian's address was made up of
more sarcasm than argument, and in this
he caught the crowd and probably had more
people around him than listened to Mr.
Boughton. It happened, however, that
there was not a woman in Mr. Christian's
Once, when Mr. Boughton was being ap
plauded very heartily, the colored orator
stopped and looked over to the other au
dience, which was made up very largely of
women, and remarked:
"Well, thev can make a good deal of fuss
,now, but they will not cast as many votes
., .fMi r t :n rTl,n n
ontne loin 01 uuue asnenm. a.ue ap
plause was deafening.
Then, when Mr. Boughton noticed a col
lection being taken up for the benefit of Mr.
Christian, he remarked:
"You see why he's working against the
amendment; it's because there is more
money in it for him. "We are working for
the cause because the instinct of manhood
tells us its right"
During the remainder of Mr. Bonghton's
remarks"he referred to the recent License
Court, and said that, while he was opposed
to license in any form, he was opposed to
monopoly. He said he thought the saloon
keepers who had been refused a license
ought to be working for the amendment in
stead of against it. If prohibition does not
prohibit, why not adopt it, and then let
everybody sell without a license? Mr.
Boughton said he could not understand
how it came that Judge White had shown
so much favoritism in granting the licenses.
He understood that a son-in-law of His
Honor had procured 35 of the 93 licenses.
Cold Water Drippings.
There will be a temperance meeting In the
Centenary Church, Wylie avenuo and Kirk
patrick street, to-night.
Edwakd MunriiY will address a Constitu
tional amendment meeting in the Smlthfleld
Street M. E. Church Thursday evening.
The Rev. D. T. Littell will address the
Wallace W. C. T. U. in the Eighth United
Presbyterian Church, Van Braam and Locust
streets, to-morrow evening.
The Emerson W. C. T. TJ. held a good meet
ing at the Herron Hill reservoir yesterday
afternoon. Mrs. Mahood presided, and ad
dresses were made by Stephen Quinon and
Silver Lake Grovk was the scene of a
meeting yesterday in the interest of the prohi
bition amendment. The pleasant day attracted
a crowd of S0C people to the place and an ad
dress was made ty J. Howard Moore, Esq., of
Kansas. The same gentleman also spoke in
the evening at a similar meeting at Glen wood,
llober; Caskey, of the Ft. Wayne Railroad
shops, was also one of the speakers here.
The Twin City Amendment Club held an
open air meeting at the corner of Beaver and
Washington avenues, Allegheny, yesterday
afternoon. There was a large crowd which
listened with fair attention to a speech by
Mrs. Frederick Gillespie. A few persons in
the andience showed a tendency to interrupt
the address; but they were not encouraged.
After the outdoor meeting a second session
was held in the rooms of the W. C. T. U., at
which John C. Row and William Conners made
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The enormous stock of these goods bought
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new patterns rememDer irom jua
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Jos. Hoeue & Co.'s
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Klein's "Silver Age" whisky has been
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F. K. Tildeslet,
Eupt. Allegheny General Hospital,
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great values in every department.
mwpsu Httgus & Hacke.
Eoseubattm & Co. show more hats and
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See for yourself and compare prices.
Silk Plnsb Babv Carriages,
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Iiadlei' Salt Parlor,
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White embroidered lawn suits for chil
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Black, While and Colored All-Wool Alba
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A yard a summer dress goods bargain.
JOS. HOKME & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
The Old Nebraska Ex-Senator Tells
How Hard Benjamin is Worked,
BUT HARKISOMEVER COMPLAINS.
Sergeant-at-Arms Stewart Gives Civil Ser
Tice a Hot Blast.
HE SATS WORK -IS BEHIND TWO IEARS
Fx-United States Senator Saunders, of
Nebraska, was on the limited last night
going home. He-is a harmless old gentle
man with white chin whiskers who left the
Senate six years ago, but as the father-in-law
of Bussell Harrison his name once
more adorns the columns of the newspapers.
He was accompanied by Alonzo H. Stewart,
a brother of the signal officer in this city.
"I am on my way home from Washing
ton," said Senator Saunders. "I saw Presi
dent Harrison a few evenings ago. It is
really surprising to me how he maintains
his health with the wild rush for offices.
All sorts of demands are made on his time
by the place hunters, but he takes things
philosophically. He is not a man given to
complaining, and though when night time
comes he is almost played out, still he says
nothing. The other night, however, he
did say to me that he felt more
tired then than at any other time since he
entered the White House. The various
little trips he has taken down the river and
to other places have helped him very much.
IT MAY BE SHEPABD.
"The President regrets the los3 of Minis
ter Eice, but it is not yet known who will
succeed him. Elliot F. Shepard, of the
Mail and Express, is the first suggestion;
but even the President himself is unable to
say now who it will be. If he has
someone in mind he has not even
hinted at his name. My impression is that
the General intends to keep the German
mission open for a while, but I think, some
Ohio man will get the place finally.
"Just before I left the President told me
that this thing of men seeking offices from
him that belong to the department officers
will have to stop. He has no objection to
talk with a man about an office within his
Mr. Stewart is the Assistant Sergeant at
Arms of the Senate. He is a bright young
fellow, and has made a study of the civil
service svstem, with the following effect:
"Civil service is a failure. President Har
rison is enforcing the rule which Cleveland
made, but never carried out In nearly all
the departments the work is behind two
years, and vet 5385,000,000 are appropriated
annually to run the Goverument. Such a
state of affairs was never known under the
"The dimcuity is mat me cer. uu
officers under civil service are responsible
to no one and are careless. Their places dp
not depend on good work.
IT HANDICAPS HIM.
"A man is made chief of a department,
but the men under him are selected for him.
He is powerless to choose his own assistants,
and the result is they do not agree. Your
own enemies maybe appointed under you
and there is not much wonder that the work
ia behind under such circumstances.
"In the law department, for example,
young fellows, fresh from college, are made
law clerks to the exclusion of old lawyers
who know all about the law and could try
cases. The lawyers are not posted on the
books, and can't pass the examinations.
"In the Architect's office there are a num
ber of German experts who could
not begin to pass the civil
service examination, and yet bet
ter men for their business cannot be
found. In the future, however, every man,
who goes into that office must be subjected
to the civil service rules. I heard Super
vising Architect Windrim say the other
day that he is hampered. Even the car
penters must pass an examination. Mr.
Windrim was asked by the Civil Service
Commissioners to prepare a series
of questions and answers as (a key
for them. Mr. Windrim told me
that a number of answers could be given to
his questions that would be correct, but as
it is the one who fails to give them will be
shut out, and at the same time he may be
actually the best man that could be found.
I need not add that the clerks sigh for a re
turn of the spoils system. They are dis
gusted with a civil service that delays busi
ness and hampers the Government."
WILL OPEN IN JUNE.'
The South Fork CInb Is Patting too Hotel
In First-Class Shape.
The South Fork Club will open its club'
louse June 27. Colonel Unger, who is in
terested in the hotel, expects to spend the
entire summer there, and a more delightful
spot than South Fork would be hard to find
in the Allegheny mountains.
The clubmen, who are principally Pitts
burgers, are improving the sanitary condi
tion of the place by putting in an extensive
system of drainage. They are also intro
ducing new water works.
It will be remembered that, toward the
close of last season, an attack of typhoid
fever broke out among the children. . This
year the clubmen are determined to make
the resort as pure as the breezes' that fan it
from the lake.
A new stable, 90x35 feet, is being built
A GENUINE MINSTREL.
tnko Schoolcraft Explains the Character
of Real Minstrelsy.
Luke Schoolcraft, one of the old-time
minstrels, was found yesterday leaning
against the news stand in the Central Hotel.
He has not changed much with the lapse of
years, and is the same quiet gentleman off
the stage that makes one's sides ache with
laughter on it. He said:
Minstrelsy has made no strides, neither has it
declined, but simply held its own. When
people go to see a minstrel show they want to
see a real one or none at all. This idea of ad
vertising with a band is a great mistake, and is
not a part of the legitimate business.
Of late years too many innovations have been
made that do not belong to minstrelsy. In a
real minstrel band there should be no "white
face business," no powuered wigs and fancy
costumes. When these are introduced the
character of the show is changed, and they
only detract from the charm.
Even Hebe Couldn't Please.
Hebe's nectar couldn't please
Stomach's turned capricious;
But to those without disease
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THE WATS 0F THE WICKED.
Central Station Reparation Many Fights,
Many Fines Tho Thirsty Toet and
Others More So.
A frown of awtul portent decorated the
countenance of Justice Gripp as he assumed
the dual role of judge and jury at the Cen
tral station, and Bob's voice quivered a lit
tle as he gave out the text: "And they re
pented not of their sins and their thefts"
Eevelations somewhere. Then the trouble
Frank McBride wanted Alex Little to
settle, and Alex didn't want to settle, and
then they had it four hands around and bal
ance all. This occurred in the Masonic Bank
building; but the law doesn't recognize such
a peculiar manner of collecting debts, and
the riled McBride was quickly settled by a
$6 40 fine.
Contrary to the dignity of this Common
wealth and the peace of Officer Harrison,
Louis Leiheid knocked him kown at the
Union depot yesterday, and then kicked him
while down. This rather met with objec
tions from a crowd of fair-play Americans,
and Mr. Leiheid was lucky to reach Central
station at all. Hereafter be will buy a foot
ball, or kick somebody with no friends, as
the little amusement just cost $14 40.
More trouble at the corner of Grant and
Second avenue. Henry Clagett and Jeal
Jones went into Brady's and came out again.
One ot the gentlemen endeavored to tear up
the pavement, and threatened to kill some
body with a paving stone. An officer re
quested them to move on, and they said they
weren't moving just then. The officer made
a motion, and they amended their statement
by moving rapidlv toward Central station.
Eight dollars and forty cents, or 30 days,
was just their size.
"Backward, turn backward, oh, time in
thy flight! Give me some beer again, and
I'll try to do right!" murmured the next
gent, who loosed so dry he cracKea me iur
niture, and a rain storm wouldn't quench
him. It was a common drunk, and they
turned him loose on a Sunday morning in a
treat citv ruled by Wishart, a man who
nows not what it is to feel like the Sahara
Desert. As the poor man set his face toward
the woods he was heard to murmur: "Water,
water everywhere! but not a drop to drink."
A ?2 bill, 5 cents' worth of tobies and
some trouble resulted in the Court holding
Thomas McCarthy in 5500 bail for court on
a charge of attempted larceny.
A policeman was informed late Saturday
night that a man was trying to burgle a
place on New Grant street. A window was
found open, and Mike Dickson was standing
inside. He made a feeble attempt to ex
plain his peculiar way of entering a house,
with the usual bluff that he thought it was
his own. As the officer is a married man,
and has probably gone home himself that
way on lodge nights, it pretty near worked.
To be on the safe side, however, an informa
tion was made out.
John Leberg drives an ice wagon, and
consequently owns the town. He delayed
Wylie avenue street cars, and a kick re
sulted; but of -what importance is a street
car in warm weather, compared with an ice
wagon? John, it seems, dragged apieceof ice
from his wagon, and it was so heavy it took
him a long time to reach the sidewalk. He
then began to laboriously chop up the ice,
when the car driver's strenuous kick dis
tracted his attention for a moment, and a
newsie stole the ice and put it in his pocket,
John was discharged, and everybody
tipped their hats to him as he walked out
OUTING ON THE OHIO.
The Mayflower Carries 2,000 Fcoplo Who
Seek Cool Comfort.
Although threatening weather prevailed
yesterday, fully 2,000 people took advantage
of the several Mayflower excursions down
Four runs were made between the city
and Shingiss Park, at 2, 4, 6, and 8 o'clock,
and the boat was comfortably loaded each
trip with families seeking'recreative rest
away; from the ceaseless hum of a swelter
Velvet Carpets, Whb Borden to Match, at
This looks hardly reasonable, hut they
can be had right here in Pittsburg. These
are not old goods culled out from stock, but
new, clean and fresh. Don't miss getting
some of these, also examine our Wilton-velvets
at ?1 15, worth $1 50, at The People's
Store. Campbell & Dice.
Flying- Horse See Saw;
Best out-door toy ever invented, suitable for
lawns; price, ?5; delivered to any part of
city or Allegheny, at Lauer's Toy House,
620 Liberty street.
Black All-Silk Grenadines New,
75c, $1 00, ?1 25, 51 50, 51 75. Also
twisted silk grenadines and new patterns
in stripe and brocades. Black silk de
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Fine white lawn wrappers for ladies,
51 50 to 58 50; white embroidered suits, 54
See these delightful goods. Buy before
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515 each, 100 combination pattern dresses,
choice styles, latest colorings; former prices
were from 525 to 530. Hughs & Hacke.
BoSENBATJM & Co. show the largest and
finest line of parasols and sun umbrellas in
the two cities. Their prices are below all
others. See for yourself.
Foe medicinal -use I order Klein's "Sil
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irffP D. F. McIntosh, M. D.
Black India Silks Fine Qualities
75c, 51 00, 51 15, 51 25, 51 50, 51 75
they're all new and choice.
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10,000 yards fine French satines at 18c
10,000 yards elegant India silks, 22 inches
wide, at 40c
Great dress goods festival this week.
Bogos & Buhl.
Best 51 50 per doz. cabinet photos in the
city. Panel picture with each doz. cabinets.
Lies' Populab Galleet, 10 and 12
Sixth st. sumwf
Rosenbattm & Co. show the largest line
of pure silk mitts ever shown. Nice goods
from 24c to 75c. Examine them.
Dbessgoods that were 51 and 51 25, go
for 50c and 75c a yard during our clearance
sale. Huaus & Hacke.
"VI OTICB TO BONDHOLDERS
In pursuance of the provisions contained in
the mortgage bonds of the Mononirahela Kavi-
Sation Company, issued July 1, 1882, one hun
red bonds, numbered as follows, will become
due and payable on July 1, 1889, and interest
thereon will cease on that date, viz.:
Nos. 1, 2, 13. M, 28, SL 82, 34. 3 42, . 48, 51, 6L
62. 76. 89, 91, 101, 102, 104, 105, 111, 117, 123, 126, 129.
144, 145, 147, 149, 150, 153. 157, 158. 160 M. 167, 171,
173, 180, 181, 182. 193, 195. 196, 199, 202. 211, 213, 217,
218, 230. 243, 248, 247, 26S, 269, 270, 278, 28$ 28? 285,
286. 298; 304, 307. 311, 312, 314, 318, 322, 829. 339, 353.
363, 370, 371, 879, 380, 381, 384, 889, 892, 397. 399, 401,
405, 408, 414, 417, 431. 435, 4391 443, 448, 453, 45S..476,
These bonds will be paid with interest to
July 1, 1889, at any time after Jnne 1. 1889, on
presentation and surrender thereof with all
unmatured coupons attached, at the Trades
men's National Bank of Pittsburg, or at my of
fice, No. 110 Diamond street, Pittsburc.
W. BAKEWJ3LL, Treasurer.
PrrrsBUBQ. April 29, 1889. ap2tf-4-M
545 Smlthficld street, Pittsburg, Pa. Frelheltt
1'reund Building, second floor. mh24-80otw
MONDAY, MAT- 20,
J&"Iiiplay advertUemaiU one dollar psr
tquare for one insertion. Classified advertise'
tnents on this page such as Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, etc., ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branoh 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:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts wlthTmsUlS-
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 3K9 Butler street.
FJUIL G. tSTUCKET, S4th street and l'enn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY 4C0., Wylie ave. and Fulton St.
N. BTOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, 6111 Fenn avenne.
.MOALLISTEE & SHElBLER,5thav. AtWOOd It.
JACOB SPOHN, No. 2Carson street.
CHAS. SCHWAEJI, 1707 Carson strest.
A. 3. KAERCHEH, S9 Federal street.
H.'J. McBRIDE, Federal and Ohio streets,
FRED H. EQQERS, 172 Ohio street.
P. H, EGGEK3 & SON, Ohio and Chestnut Its.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Inrlnaves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and BeaTeraves.
PERRY M. GLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
fTTANTED-SPRlNG FITTERS. THE A,
VV FRENCH SPRING CO., L1M. myl9-71
TXJANTED-A MAN USED TO THE CARE OF
W cows and horses. G. K. FLOWER, Hazel
wood avenue. my20-12
WANTED-GAROENEB AND TO TAKE
care of horse and small place near the city.
Address G. U Dispatch office. inyl9-32
"TTANTED COACHMAN FOR LIVER;
VV none but experienced need apply. T. B.
S10KELAND, 6100 Penn ave., EaatKnd. my6-12
WANTED-AN HONEST, ACTIVE MAN OF
trood habits, located outside leading cities.
for position representing old established fl
his Bute; references. MANUFACTURER.
old cscaDiisDea nnn in
"TTTANTKD-WE PAY AGENTS ?05TO ?100 PER
V V month salary and all expenses; to travel or
for local wort; state which preferred, also salary
wanted. SLOAN 4 CO., Manufacturers, 2H
George st, Cincinnati, O. my20-
WANTED AFIRSTCLASS WHITEBARBER
at once. Apnly to JOHN F. V. LONG, Bit.
Pleasant, Pa.: also 12 Journeymen for city and
country; 10 shops for sale, all (rood ones. Call and
see the list at IIOSS W. BLACK'S Old Reliable
Barber's Supply House, 8U Diamond street, Pitts
burg. " myao-18
"TTTANTED-AN EXPERIENCED WOMAN AS
VV head ironcr In laundry. Apply MONON
GAHELA HOUSE. myl9-22
T'7"AN'm-A WOMAN TO WORK IN
VV laundryanda dining room girl at No. 64
FOUNTAIN STREET, city. my20-10
TTTANTED-GIRLTO DO GENERAL HOUSE
VV WORK;GermanTrererred. MRS. JOSEPH
GRAHAM. Roup station, East End. myl8-47
WANTED-A YOUNG LADY TO KEEP
books In a grocery store: one of experience.
Apply at 10:10 A, M.. at GROCERS' EXCHANGE,
loerty St., upstairs. myawa
WANTED -LADY AGENTS AT ONCE,
local and traveling; grandest Invention for
females ever seen: 46,000 sold first 80 days: picnic
while It lasts; be quick. Address LITTLE CO.,
I30X4U, I'UlCagO, 111. luyilf-iw
WANTED A THOROUGH RELIABLE AND
competent woman, experienced In board
ing house business, to take charge of hotel and
run same; good wages to right party. Address F.
H. BBAGDON, Allegheny P. 0. myl9-4l
Dlnlo and Ucinale Help.
T7" ANT E"D SEAMSTRESS, WAITRESS
VV chambermaids, cooks, 100 house girls, Ger
man tnd colored girls, male and female help for
hotels, waiters, drivers, farm hands, gardener.
MRS. E. THOMPSON, 608 Grant St.
YTTANTED-AT ONCE-PARM HANDS AND
V V drivers, nurse to go to the seashore, cooks,
chambermaids and bouse girls, nurse and hotel
girls, waitress and storeroom girl, laundress. 16
per week, working housekeeper. MUEHAN'S
AGENCY, 515 Grant st.
WANTED-AGENTS ON SALARY; 175 PER
month and expenses paid any active man
or woman to el our goods by sample and live at
home; salary paid promptly and expenses In ad
vance; full particulars and sample case free, we
racanjost what wessy. Address STANDARD
SILVERWARE CO., Boston. Mass. felS-3-D
WANTED-BY MaN POSTED IN PAINT
ERS' and artists' supplies, situation as
warehouseman or clerk. Address BRUSHES,
Dispatch office. myl9-75
Boarders and Lodttcrs.
TXT ANTED SUMMER BOAHDERS-THOSE
VV wishing to obtain board for 2 or 3 months
during the warm weather. In a very beautiful
country town on the line of the P. R. R., can
secure it by applying to the undersigned; central
location, plenty of pnre air, pleasant shade trees
and delightful coolness; a few good people can be
accommodated In a first-class manner. For all
Information address, CHAS. S. BELL, Mauager
Bell House, Bellwood, Pa. myl9-122
In sums to suit, at 4K, S and 6 per cent.
GRABBING & LYON, 13S Fourth ave. ap6-el-D
T)TTANTED-MORTG AGE8-MON EY TO LOAN
VV In sums to suit at 4H, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 161 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
WANTED-M0RTGAGE3 ON CITY PBOP
ERTY. over S4.000; 4 per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO., 82 Fourth arenue.
-fXTANTED-KENTS COLLECTED FfiOMFT-
VV LY; property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
T7" ANTED -MORTGAGES IN ANY
VV amounts: 4f to 6 per cent; city and country;
no delay. SAMUEL W. BLACK CO., W
Fourth avenue. jaio-55-MThs
TtTANTED-MORTGAGES IN LARGE OK
W small amounts, at 4)4 to 6 per cent, accord
ing to the size and kind of mortgage. AY. A.
HEKRON & SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
-TIT-ANTED-MORTGAGES-WE CAN LOAN
W S500tot20,000and upward on Pittsburg, Alle
gheny, or suburban Improved real estate, at low
est rates. ALEXANDER & LEE, 313 Wood t.
ANTED-TO LOAN S50O.OM. IN AMOUNTS
of (3,000 and npward, on city and suburban
property, on 4)4 per cent, free oftax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK & BAIRD,
85 Fourth avenue. ie2l-d26-D
WANTED-MOBTG AGES-SI, 000, 000TO LOAN
on city and suburban properties at 4K, 5and
6 per cent, and on tarms in Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 6 per cent. I. M. PENNOGh. ft
BON, 105 Fourth avenue. ap7-Hl
W ANTED-TO LOAN 1200,000 ON MORT
GAGES; S100 and upward at 6 per cent;
(500,000 at 4K per cent on residences or business
property; also In adjoining counties. S. H.
FRENCH, 125 Fourth avenue. oc31-e84-D
'ANTED-MOItTGAGES-WE HAVE FROM
jin ivn m im.ooo to loan on mortgages on
property In tho city or county or adjoining coun
ties; all the details attended to In person and
without publicity. JAS. W- DRAPE ft CO., 1M
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
WANTED-OASn PAID FOR ALL SECOND
HAND furniture, pianos, etc. THOMAS
A CO., 2513 Penn ave. myl6-95
WANTED-THE PUBLIC TO KNOW THAT
W. B. KNOLLE. 26 Wylie ave.. receives
dally all year choice fresh oysters by expressjalso
fish In prolusion. my20-z
'ANTEU-LADIES TO KNOW HAUGH ft
Knnnn rnnair. rpflnlsh or UDhOlSter Old
furniture promptly and In the best possible man
ner. 33 AND 34 WATER ST. 'Phone 1626. my9-82
ANTED -MEN LEARN THE ART OF
flentlj.men'a nrmrnt CUtttncr: UO trying
on required: .night sessions Monday, Wednesday
and Saturday, 7 to 9 P. K., 514 Woodst. UKL1M
ft SON. ap3U-63
WANTED-E VERYBOD Y TO GET ON E DOZ.
tine cabinet photos for 99 cents at
AUFRECHT'S ELITE GALLERY, SISMarket St.,
Pittsburg, Pa., for 30 days only; elevator: come,
rain or shine: bring children. myJ-lll
WANTED-CUbTOMEKS FOR CASH BAK-GAINS-Elgln,
sllverine watches. 5,7, S3:
Elgin gold ladles' watches, 20, 23, S35; nickel
clocks 75 cts.; 1847 Rogers' knives and. forks, $1 75
per set. JOHN MITSCH, Jeweler, 130 Federal st.
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER, 86 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that be is making fine cabinets at (1 CO per
dozen; photos delivered when promised; Instan
taneous process. mh!3-63
FOB SALE IMPEOVED HEAL ESTATE.
Enst End Residences.
ion HT.r VERY NICE OUEEN ANN
JJ dwelling; 7 rooms, bath, bay window, large
in Kw-tiiinT, MpUnn t nne souare from Nezler
ave. and five minutes' walk to Penn cable: nice
neighborhood: great Improvement now making;
Brico only S4,0O0; payments to suit. MELLON
ROS., 6349 Station St., E. E. myl2-22-14.17.ai
FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL BOULEVARD,
East End residence place; magnificent stone
dwelling; carriage porch: hardwood staircase
and reception hall: 10 elegant large rooms; all the
latest Improved conveniences: asphalt paved
street: tbls beantlful borne has to be seen to be
appreciated: call soon and get full particulars;
small payment: balance on time.. BLACK, ft
BAUtl), 9S Fourth ave. mySO-7
FOB BALE IBIPROTED HEAL ESTATE.
East End Residences.
OB BALE-A FINE SHADYSIDE HOME
within StnlnntpaTrnlV nf Mnnn RtattOn. P. &
I? m l?ffth ATP. Mhlnllnp. rnntjilnfimamlfiCCnt
rooms, all ipaperedlin the latest designs; tenter
hall, parlor, library, dining room and kltcbcnon
first floor, bath, laundry, natural gas, all. other
Improved conveniences; this beautiful place win
be sold cheap on account of owner leaving city;
call at the office and get full particulars. BLACK,
ft BAIRD, S Fourth ave. my20-
FOR SALE-ELEGANT EAST END, RESI
DENCE. Penn avenue; fine large brick, ball
in center, spacious rooms on either side of botn
floors, natural gas, bath, lavatory and all otner
modern appliances; good dry cellar; copious flow
of pure crystal water: lot 270x330 feet; rows and
groups of Norway pines and stately oaks all oyer
the property, the learv boughs of which, meeting
each other overhead, form an agreeable and re
frcsblng shade: grassy glades, shrubbery, fruit,
etc., etc.; a most delightful place. Terms, etc.,
from JAS. W. DKAPE4 CO., 129 Fourth avenue,
FOR SALE THOUGHTFUL PERSONS IN
buying a home will take Into account the sur
roundings and probabilities or enhancement ot
value: convenience to good Improvements is a
leading consideration; also rapid transit to ana
from the business part of the city; the quality ot
the houses In the neighborhood goes for a good
deal: as to build or buy a handsome stone or brick
residence and have Inferior bouses go up after
ward on adjoining lots detracts from the value of
the first: to buy on a neatly paved street, with,
sewers, gas and water already laid, Is Important;
one then knows what the whole cost Is, and has
not to worry about the cost of fnture grading and
paving. All these items and many more are cov
ered at the handsome new dwellings on Oakland
Square (formerly Linden Grove), which need only
be seen to be appreciated. The price Is SA,500 and
and 6,750, payable on easy terms, for elegant,
thoroughly weU built and commodious houses,
standing apart, on lots 30x100. and lilted with all
the modern conveniences. All the houses tront
on asphaltnm streets, and upon a handsome park
planted with shade trees; old forest trees plentl
fuUy shade the neighborhood. The cable cars are
now but six minutes' distant, and will be brought
still nearer. These houses are rapidly selling, be
ing pronounced bargains at present prices. Ap
ply to SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO., No. 99 Eourth
FOR SALE-J950-A VERY NEAT LITTLE
cottage of 3 rooms, summer kitchen and wash
house; a fine well or spring water: lot 20x100: In
closed with good fence; terms ?200 cash, balance to
suit purchaser. M. P. HOWLEY, 3319 Butler st.
t an t smtTTKIlAV Rl'SIIIENrTE AND
l.ma tnt with rrnit And shade trees and
snrubbery. water, etc., etc.: 5 miles from the city:
10 minutes' walk from railroad; a very beautiful
rural property; quiet, cool and healthy. Terms,
etcTfrom JAS. V. DRAPE ft CO., 1 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. myl8-76-D
FOR SALE-S ACRES: HOUSE OF 8 ROOMS;
never falling spring; barn: abundance or
fruit; adjolnlnir borough of Bcllevue: one square
from the proposed Bellevue electric road, and 10
minutes' walk to Neville station. P., Ft.W. ft C. R.
R., 4 miles from Allegheny market; would make
a lovely Suburban home. Address 41. P. HOW
LEY, 3819 Butler st., city. my!S-8o
ORSALE-COUNTBY HOMEAT FAIROAKS.
t Trtw. a f!-"R R- pmhra.plne between 4 and 5
acres of land on which is dwelling of II rooms. Ice
house, 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 beated and illuminated with gas at
reasonable expense; premises are connected with
K. R. by board walk, and are unsurpassed In
beauty and healthfulness of location; will be sold
quite low. J. M. STONER, 2! Bakewell Building.
FOB SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE -"VERY CHEAP. AS LOW AS
1175, Mt. Washington building lots: call or
send for particulars. V. A. HERRON ft SONS,
No. 80 Fourth ave. myl7-75-17,20,23,23,28,3I
FOB SALE-CHEAP LOTS, TVYL1E AVE.
and Wandless St., near cable and electric car
lines; selling rapidly; Inducements offered to buy.
ALLES ft BAILEY. 164 Fourth ave- Tel. 167.
East End Lots.
FOB SALE-BEN VENUE LOTS 60x120 FT.;
location first class on Ben Venue ave. W.'A.
HEKBON 4 BONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-ON CENTER AVE., NEAK NE
VILLE St., lot 75x160 ft., near steam and
cable cars. W.A. HEBRON ft SONS, No. 80
Fourth ave. myl7-74-lT,20,2t,27,31
FOR SALE-LARGE LOT, 120 FEET FRONT,
on Jackson St., near inland ave. ; corner lot;
nicely located; price p.000. MELLON BROS..
6346 Station St., E. E. myl2-24-r2,K16,17,a
FOR SALE-FINE EAST END LOT.ATWUOD
St., near Lincoln ave., 10 minutes walk from
Torrans station, P. R. R.; size 40120 feet; only
(325; this Is cheap. BLACK ft BA1BD, 95 Fourth
FORSALE-ON HOMEWOOD AVE.-THREE
minutes' walk from station: 2 pleasantly lo
cated lots 24x100; prlcei950 each: make payments
to suit purchaser. MELLON 11ROS., 6349 Station
St. E. myl2-23-14,16,18.20
FOB SALE-2 ACRES OF NICE. LEVEL
ground at East End, 3 minutes' walk from
railroad station ; will cnt up Into flue lots. 1 erros
and particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129
Fourth ave,, Pittsburg, myl8-76-D
FOB SALE-TWO CHOICELOTS ON ELYSIAN
avenue, near Fifth ave.. Point Breeze and
lorrens station; nicely located on avenue: price,
8S50 each; payments to suit buyer. MELLOJi
BROS., 6349 Station St., E. E. mylM5-14,16,20
XnOR SALE-TWO VERY CHOICE CORNER
Jj lots on Blppey st. (paved), and St. Clair, near
Penn cable and Negley ave.; lots 60x120: all sew
ered: nice neighborhood; price 13,800. MELLON
HKUS., 63OBWI10n St., Jl J- mji-io-j,io.w
TT10K SALE-CHOICE LOTS AT DALLAS 5TA-
TION. P. K. It., convenient to steam and
street cars; cheap and on easy terms; situation un
surpassed: price ranging from 406 to 600. Inquire
of D. C. NEGLEY, 6106 Penn ave., East End.
FOR SALE-LOTS, VERY CONVENIENT TO
cable lines, in the East End; streets all
sewered: churches, schools and stores convenient;
neighborhood clean, quiet and ex ceptionallv good;
lots large but price? small. JOHNF. BAXTER,
Agent, 512 Smfthfleld street. mylO-49-Mwrsu
FOR BALE-6 ACRES. BEAUTIFULLY LO
CATED, and fronting 360 ft. on one of the
leading 60-ft. avenues of E. E.; no finer sites for
2 or 3 first-class residences, and ?l, 660 an acre will
takeltlfsold before. Junel: to secure this you
must act promptly. See M. P. HOWLEY. 3319
Butler St., city. myl8-85
T7IOR SALE-EAST END LOTS ON MONTHLY
E payments, close to Penn avenue. 3 minutes'
waitfrom railroad station; finest and most level
lots In the East End; fruit and shade trees, etc.,
on each lot; will sell on monthly or quarterly pay
ments. Plans from JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO.. 129
lounnave., i-iusourg. uijio-iu-i.
IOR BALE-LOTS NEAR NEGLEY AVENUE,
lj on Jiaum sireei: xnis jocanty ugiok vigor
ously sought after on account of Ihe improvements
now being made: size. 50x120 feet, 20 toot alley In
rear, sewer m alley: every lot has sewer connec
tion! MELLON BROS., East End, or JOHN F.
BAXTER, Agent, 512 Smlthfleld street.
FOB SALE HAZELWOOD LOTS VERY
desirable lots on Tullymet and Sylvan ave
nues, and from 3 to S minutes' walk from either
Marlon or Hazelwood stations: prices, from 50D
upward. D. P. THOMAS ft CO., 408 Grant st.
FOB SALE-CHEAP LOT -BUENA VISTA ST.;
lot 25x137. to Pcrrysvllle ave; f price. 9C0.
ALLES ft BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. : teL 167.
O R S A L E CLIFTON AVENUE, ALbE-
(1IIMV t-wrn rhnlrR lots. 25x170. at M.20O
each; elevator and electric car. A. LEGGATE ft
SON, 31 Federal street, Allegheny. ap7-126-M
FOB SALE-LOTS ON MAPLE ANDLINDEN
avenues and Lombard street, Allegheny, In
the Tenth and Twelfth wards; on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH McNAUGHEB, 43 N. Diamonds!.
FOB SALE-CHOICE LOTS FOB DWELL
INGS or manufactory, 126 feet front on
Strawberry lane, by 100 feet, near Preble ave.,
Ninth ward, Allegheny; easy terms. WM. A.
S1PE. 93 Diamond St., Pittsburg. Pa.
FOE SALE-YOU SAY YOU DESIREHEALTH,
pure air, pure water, beautiful scenery and
rapid transit; locate on tbe Watson acre and H
acre sites. Perrysville avenue. Tenth ward. Alle
gheny; Pittsburg office, A. J. PENTECOST. 413
Grant street. myl2-64
THOR SALE-ONLY 8750, ON EASY PAYMENTS,
JP lots 52x120 ft.. In one of the best locations In
Wllklnsburg, near the station. W. A. HEBRON
ft SONS, 80 Fourth ave myl2-50-arwT
FOE SALE-HOMESTEAD LOTS-10 EXTBA
choice lots In the Homestead plan, 60x110, to
an alley: reduced prices on all these lots. Call on
BLACK ft BAIBD. 05 Fourth ave. myZO-7
FOB SALE-65 ACRES GOOD LEVEL LAND,
well fenced, 4 miles from l'lttsburg, brick
house 7 rooms, frame barn, 40x150. stone spring
house, outbuildings, fine orchard, etc., SA50U,
ED. WITT1SH, 410 Grant St., Pittsburg. mylb-D
FOB SALE-ATLANTIC CITY.N. J.-HOTELS,
boarding bouses, cottages, lots and bath
bouses to let or for sale by I. G. ADAMS ft CO.,
real estate agents. Real Estate and Law Building,
Atlantic City. N. J. ap5-9-D
T7I0B SALE-ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF 4)4 ACRES
12 In Thirty-fifth ward, Pittsburg, to be sold at
Subllc sale, Monday, May 20pit 3 o'clock P. M.
'ull particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO.,
Agents and Auctioneers, 129 Fourth avenue, Pitts
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOBSALE-A GENERAL HARDWARE,
house furnishing and builders' supply busi
ness In one of tbe most populous manufacturing
towns In Western Pennsylvania, on line of rail
road; value of entire stock about 84.000; could be
reduced to 83,000: ro opposition; tbe only store
of same kind In tbe town; the place Is booming
on a solid basis; tbls is an excellent opening;
111 health tho only reason for selllug. Fuller par
ticulars from JAS. W. DBAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth
ave., Pittsburg. njylS-76-D
OK 8ATE-.LF.ART!. TOOLS AND FIXTURES
Jt? for carrying on and manufacturing popcorn,
candy, etc. Address B., Dispatch offlce. my!4-49
IjW" BALiHj AiXUJU Anil dauvwh .," .
D TURES, pool and billiard tables, and lea:
..... r. v ... .-.. n et . ,inU ET1T.
good location Address JOHNSON ft BON. new
iiitoon, xi lor particulars, uj.--
FOR SALE-GOOD PAYING BUSINESS FOR
lady that can sew for about 1,CC0: neat little
confectionery and lee cream business. t2B0: bakery
with horse and wagon, S40O; stores of all kinds;
100 business chances. SHEPARD ft CO.. 84 Fifth
" Machinery and Dletals.
FOB SALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept In stock, from
4 to 100 n. p.; all refitted; good as new, at lowest
S rices; mounted portable engines, 8 to 23 h. p.
5Pkrkway. JIS. YOUNG, Allegheny, Pi.
OR SALE-2SX4S CORLISS ENGINE: ONLY
rnnavear: can be seen In operation: price
on application; also a new Strange Co. stave ma
chine, all complete: capacity 10,000 in 10 hours;
will sell at low figure. J. A. MCCORMICK. 150
First ave. aul-p33-jrwr
ITlOll SALE-CONTRACTORS' MACHINERY:
- nf.n i.k jmiM. andn, rlnnnlp 1miih.
others large and small, with single or double
friction drums; wire and manlla rope, centrifugal
pumps, etc.; two 28x4S-lnch horizontal engines
with flywheeis. THOMAS CARLIN '3 SONS, cor.
Lacock and Sandusky sts.. Allegheny. JaL-MWT
FOR SALE-NO. 9 PULSOMETEK PUMP,
with all necessary fixtures for same: capacity
1,000, 000 .gallons In 24lionrs;ln use onlv oneweek:
will be sold cheap. Address STEUBENVILLE
IRON AND STEEL CO., Steubenvllle, Ohio.
TO LET-(99)-TOWNSEND STREET, NEAR
Firth avenue, 3-story pressed brick resi
dence. 10 rooms; allmodern conveniences; eheD
to good tenant. SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO., 99
Fourth ave. myn-gs-MW
TO LET-NO. 2118 PENN AVE., 6 BOOMS AND
attic, natural gas, etc.; 25 a month. Also
house No. 700 Duquesne way, near Seventh street,
9 rooms, both kinds of gas. etc.; 0 per month.
W. A. HEREON ft SONS, No. 0 Fourth ave.
oat End Reslaences.
TO LET-(93)-PENN AVE.. E. E. RESI
DENCE, 10 rooms, 4 acres of ground, all
modern conveniences: completely furnished; will
rent for summer months; JlSOner month: first
class neighborhood. SAMUEL W. BLACK 4
CO., 99 Fourth ave. myl9-59-Mws
TO LET-ONLY 816 A MONTH, GOOD HOUSE
or 6 rooms, large yard, on Filbert sf. Shady,
side, near steam and cable cars. W.A.HEKRON
ft SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave. mylT-JiThr
TO LET-MY HOUSE, THIRTEEN BOOMS,
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 APARTMENTS HAVE TWO
suites rooms connecting with cafe; for rent
either with or without board. KENNEDY, No.2
Sixth st. myl8-53-MWTS
TO LET-SUITE OF DWELLING ROOMS IN
brick building on Liberty street: natural
gas, etc. JAS W. DBAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. myl8-76-D
Ofuces, Dek Room, fcc
street, near Fourth ave. : large front window:
ground floor. ALEXANDER ft LEE. 313 Wood
TO LET-LARGESTOREROOJI AND CELLAR
on Liberty street, city, near Smlthfleld
street: Immediate possession, jas. y. jjiuirx.
ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. myl8-76-D
TO LET-STOBEROOM AND DWELLING ON
Frankstown avenue, between Park and Lin
coln avenues: good business stand and low rent.
Apply to F. O. VANG ORDER, 6014 Penn avenue.
yv ' mylO-47-MW8
PERSONA L-BOOK3 WANTED-IF YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth tLCOO, let us knosr: we will buy one as
quickly asthe other. LEVI'S BOOK STOKE,
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. my3-z8
PERSONAL-THOSE DESIRING TO BUY
American gold and sliver watches or fine
clocks, and novelties In standard and fashionable
Jewelry, will una a grana assortment at very
est prices at HENRY TEKHEYDEN 'S. S30 Smith
PERSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOUB WIFE,
mother or daughters In repairing and clean
ing your 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 readv. Telephone 1558. mhs
PrrrsBUBO. May 14, 1SS9.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at the offlce of the City Control
ler until 2 P. a., on MONDAY. May 20,1889,
for furnishing ice to the several bureaus in the
Department of Public Safety for the ensulnjj
year, a-uici iumiiuMw - vv...
upon application at the general office ot aia
uepartment. duuus iu uwuwb iug wutw
bid must accompany each proposal, said bonds
to be probated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves the
Chief of the Department of Public Safety.
-VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
IN Sealed proposals will be received at tha
office of City Controller until Wednesday, the
29th day of May, A. D. 1889, at 2 P. M.,for the fol
Penn avenue, from Fifth avenue to City Line.
Forbes street, from Brady to Boyd streets.
Sixth avenue, from Wylie avenue westward-
First avenue, from Smlthfleld street to Grant
Butler street, from Forty-ninth street to
Eighth street, from Penn avenue to Liberty
Ninth street, from Penn avenue to Liberty
Liberty avenue, from Smlthfleld street east-
Cherry alley, from Third avenue to Water
State alley, from Wylie avenue to Fifth ave
Scott alley, from Penn avenue to Duquesne
Garrison alley, from Fayette street to Lib
Barker's alley, from Duquesne way to Lib
Church alley, from Sixth avenue to Straw
berry alley. ,. .
Slocum. alley, from Penn avenue to Liberty
Strawberry alley, from Smlthfleld street to
GRADING, PAVTSG AND CUBBING.
Halket street, from Fifth avenue to Wilmot
Herron avenue, from Center avenue to Thirty-third
Boquet street, from Semple street to Frazler
street. , .. t
Denniston avenue, from Fifth avenue to
Atwood street, from Fifth avenue to Boquet
Center avenue, from Soho street to Huand
PAVING AND CUBBINO.
Stanton avenue, from Hlland avenue to
Corday alley, from Pearl to Cedar street!
Tho paving of the abovepamed streets to be
either with Blotk Stone, Standard Sheet
Asphalt, Vulcanite Asphalt, Irregular Block
Stone or Cobble Stone, and bids will be re
ceived for each kind of pavement.
Center avenue, from Summit, near Aliqulp
pa, to Reed street, IS. ill-inch pipe, 3 feet and 3
feet 6 inch: brick and stone.
Denniston avenne, from Fifth avenue to
Shakespeare street: 20 and 24-inch pipe.
Stanton avenne. 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 avenue to
Beatty street ; 15 and 18 inch pipe.
Penn avenue and Braddock avenue, from
Linden avenue to Susquehanna street; 15, 18,
20 and 24-inch pipe.
Harvard street, from Negley avenue to
Euclid avenue; 15-inch pipe.
Plans and specifications can be &aen and
blanks for bidding can be obtained at this
Proposals must be accompanied by a bond
probated before tbe Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of the Department of Public Works.
George Hodgdon, Architect, has removed to
his handsome new rooms. Safe Deposit Build
ing. S3 Fourth ave. Take elevator to fifth
91 AND 83 FIFTH AVENtTE.
Pittsburg, Pa. ap30-74-n
BY GEO. K. STEVENSON 4 CO.,
GROCERIES AND TABLE DELICACIES,
SIXTH AVENUE. iM9-XTnr
BY JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO.
FREE RIDE TO
25 BUILDIHG LOTS,
Clifton ave., Highland ave. and Center st,
Close to terminus of Pleasant Valley car lln,
and on the route of the projected electric cars,
adjoining Clifton incline plane, only 4 cents
fare to Pittsburg postoffice and Intermediate
These lots all lay nice on good streets ana
present some of the finest building sites In
either city, being thoroughly in the country,
with pure air and no smoke and overlooking
the city; natural and artificial gas all around;
city water, shade and forest trees, ett. etc.
The sale will take place xon TUESDAY
AFTERNOON, MAY 21, at 2 o'clock, on the
Title perfect. A
Free tickets on Pleasant Valleycars to the
Sroperty can be obtained from JOHN H. JIc
KEERY, 95 Fifth ave.. or from
JAS. W. DRAPE 4 CO. Auctioneers,
myl6-3-MTTS 129 Fourth ave Pittsburg;
AT AUCTION -ELEGANT MOQUET,
velvet, body and tapestry brnssels and ln-
MORNING. May 2L at 10 o'clock.
naoiuame group pariur buiu w Mwvw.u,
English rug. tapestrlps, plushes, silk and hair
.i..h inf., lnntftrai Tnrlrfah cnnrh. fancv
rockers, easy chairs, cabinets, brloa-bracbook
cases, curtains, cjocju, wauicuu, u,.m4m
center tables, rugs, hanjring lamps, oak.walnnt
and cherry suits, oval and square mirrors, pol
ished wood and marble tops, wardrobes, chairs,
decorated toilet ware.dressing cases, bedsteads,
washstauds, chiffoniers, desks, secretaries,
leather chairs, sideboards, buffets, extension
table, china, glass and delfware, cooking uten
sils, wood chairs, sink, cupboards, kitchen ta
bles, laundry f urnishments, mattresses,sprines,
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.
V V 3 HENRY AUCTION CO., LTM..
BY JAMES W. DRAPE & CO.
Auction sate of
At 194 Fourth avenne. Pittsburg, TUESDAY
AFTERNOON, May 21, at 2 o'clock. There are
bedsteads, bedding, bureaus, wasbstand,
sofas, dining room furniture, tables, chairs,
etc. Terms cash.
JA8. W. DRAPE 4 CO.. Auctioneers,
myl8-74-D 129 Fourth ave Pittsbnre.
WAV INAUGURATION OF THE
lYIil NEW EXPOSITION BUILDING.
TUESDAY (TO-MORROW) EVENING,
And continuing each evenine throughout the) -week,
and on the afternoons of
Thursday and Saturday.
ANTON SEDDL. .Musical Director "
TICKETS NOW ON SALE
AT HAMILTON'S MUSIC STORB.
PRICES S3, S2, 81 and 50c according to Iocs"
The celebrated Steinway Grand Piano used,
at the festival concerts. my20-9
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Every evenine, matinees Wednesday and
Saturday. DOCKSTADER'S MAGNIFICENT
MINSTRELS. , -
Week May 27. Willard Spenser's Comic Op
era, the "Little Tycoon." my!9-8
'lo-night, matinees Tuesday, Thursday and
LEAV1TTS LILLY CLAY CO. , ;
Last week of the attractions. mylgS S
ARRIS THEATER "
One week, 'Monday. May 20.
GRAY 4 STEPHENSON.
First half week. Old Oaken Bucket. Las
half. Without a Home.
Next week My Partner. myZWifW
1CNIC GROVE FREE!
Only six miles from tbe city, situated on the
bluff overlooking Davis Island dam. Easily
reached by rail or boat. Large grove of forest
trees, cool, clear springs of water, fine dancing;
Tbe use of the grove will be given free to
Sunday schools, societies, lodges. G.A.R. posts,
private fetes, etc., the only charge being fare
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 oa
the grounds. myll-15-D
rTTHERE WILL BE A MEETING OF THE
X stockholders of the Pittsburg and Fairport
Terminal Company held at tbe office of the com
pany, Coal Exchange Building, corner Smith
field and Water sts., Pittsburg, Pi. MONDAY.
MAY 27, 1889, 2 T. M.. to elect directors, vote
upon the lease of tbe company's property to
the Pittsburg, . Fairport and Northwestern
Dock Company, and consider such other busi
ness as may be brought up. A. J. THOMAS,
C. S. WIGHT, Sec'y. President
rTHE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
No. 1. of Allegheny county. No. 94, March
term, 1SS0: In the matter of the account of
Geo. W. Guthrie, trustee, under deed of Mrs.
Letitia Robinson and John B. Robinson:
Notice is herebyciven that the second and
final account of Geo. W. Guthne, trustee
above named, has been filed and approved nisi,
which confirmation will become absolute,unlesa
exceptions arn filed thereto within 20 davs from
May 18, A. D. 1889. myl9-25-M
ESTATE OF GEORGE McCANDLESS
Letters of administration on the estate ot
Ueo. McCandless. late of Pittsburg. Pa., de
ceased, having been granted to the under
signed, all persons haying claims or demands
againstsald estate will make them known with
out delay, and all persons Indebted to the same
are requested to make Immediate payment.
JOHN H. ARMSTRONG, Administrator,
my2U-3-3l 2115 Penn ave.. Pg:. Pa.
ESTATE OF SUSANNAH M'CANDLESS.
Letters of administration on the estate
of Susannah McCandless, deceased, late of
Pittsburg, Pa., having been granted to the un
dersigned, all persons having claims or de
mands against said estate will make them
known without delay, and all persons indebted
to the same are requested to make immediate
JOHN H. ARMSTRONG, Administrator,
my20-ior 2U5 Penn ave.. Pittsburg Pa.
AN ELECTION FOR TWENTY-ONB
directors of the "GETTYSBURG BAT
TLEFIELD MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION"
will be held at tbe offlce of the association in
Gettysburg, Fa., on MONDAY, Jnne 3. 1SS9, at
1 o'clock P. ir. JAS. A. BEAVER,
JOHN M. KRAUTH, President
Sfl.500 each, moderate cash payment, balance
J500 per annnm, elegant new two-story and
mansard brick dwellings, 8 rooms, hall, bath,
laundry, slate mantels, art Are places, tuo
hearths, sliding doors, wired for electric light,
fine chandeliers, both gases, plate glass win
dows, etc.; Oakland Square, five minutes from
Fifth avenue cable lino ana directly on line of
new cable loop which is to be constructed this
summer; a beautiful park (on which are sev
eral hundred beantlful shade trees), the wholo
surrounded by streets and sidewalks, sewered
and paved with aspbaltnm;on each side of ana
facing the park are the above described dwell
ings; most desirable houses yet offered; en
hancement of values sure. SAMUEL W.
BLACK 4 CO., 99 Fourth ave. myH-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. mylo-44
pvUNCAN C. WHITE,
71 Diamond street.
Second door above Smlthfleld,
a ' hi