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JSgDHE" NEW TANK TEST
4. Xt thp Jeannette WindowGlass Works
Said to be a Great Success.
THE FIRST CILIKDEE .WAS BLOWN
lathe Presence of a Tery Large ana Dis-
- tinguished Assembly.
' WHAT EIPIETS SAT ABOUT THE GLASS
At 1 o'clock yesterday morning the tank
furnace of the new window glass -works
of Chambers & McKee, at Jeannette, start
ed operations, and, according to men of the
r most reliable authority, the working of the
tank, as well as the material produced, was
Messrs. Chambers & McKee, the proprie
tors ot the new process, had invited a num
ber of their friends to witness the start, and,
inasmuch as the inhabitants of Jeannette
had also been advised as to the hour, there
was quite an excitement in the little town
on Sunday night. About 12 o'clock a
stream of people was seen going in the di
rection of the new glass works, which might
well have been mistaken for a moonshiners'
A full turn of workers 24 blowers and 24
gatherers had already assembled at the fur
nace when Mr. James Chambers, a number
of ladies and the visitors Generally arrived.
Proudly the workers were seen walking up and
down in' front of the great tank, in which the
red hot mass of bubbling batch was hissing and
roaring. Now the men looked at their tools,
lifted them up, and, as if they were anxious to
be in good practice when the decisive moment
should come, went quietly through the motions
of handling the pipe.
JIM CHAMBERS ANXIOUS.
Mr. Chambers and his manager, Mr. O.
Moore, stood quietly side by side, occasionally
looking at each other, gazing at the ponderous
cavern of molten glass before them, and then
again they looked In an abstracted manner at
the large crowd of people around them. At
last Mr. Chambers apparently awoke from the
brown study into which he seemed to have un
consciously lost himself. Whether his heart
beat with anxious expectation at the thought
that within the next ten minutes he would
know whether he was to create a successful
innovation in the American window glass busi
ness, or whether the pyramid of his plans was
to crumble together like a card house, signal
ing an utter failure of all his hopes, could not
"Well, boys, go ahead I" he finally remarked,
turning around to Mr. Moore; and the workers,
rrot waiting for orders from that gentleman,
started to work.
The gatherers, who had had their big iron
pipes in the fire for some time, now pulled
them out and quickly started toward the
furnace. Within a second after the word had
been given, the 24 men were gather
ing the white metal out of that vast sea of
melting glass. Rapidly they pulled it out,
turning the pipe all the time: then they re
turned again to the furnace to make the coil
larger and larger. It seemed to be right, and
quickly they ran to the blowing-block, again
turning the glass round and round, alternately
blowing until the coil at the end of the pipe
lookedlike a big fish bowL
' FIBST BOLL COMPLETED.
Then the gatherers handed the first pipe to
their blowers to give them a chance at the
work. Gently these men bandied the pipes, J
first putting the metal Into the blowers fur
lacrand then, swinging it to and fro in the
hrU ' jtneath them, blowing again and again
into the pipe. Larger and larger grew the fish
bowl, until it changed its shape into a cylinder.
Longer and clearer grew the cylinder, until at
last it measured about seven feet. John Rob
inson, who was the man to finish the first roll
(cylinder) of single thickness, at this point tri
umphantly held the pipe high above his head.
A shout of joy went up from the observing
crowd at the beautiful sight High up in the
lir was the cylinder, and its trans
parent clearness shone forth through
he darkness and hung under
2icrooflik.a a star at hope. Joy and prosperity
r!o everybody. WHen Bobinson put the roll on
kie-ii'cttE everybody crowded around to exam
ine the glass and pass his opinion upon its anal-
"' OPINIONS OP EXPERTS.
Mr. Fortune Dogaeaux, the master teaser of
Mr. Chambers, who is considered an expert on
the tank system, having started several of them
Charleroiand Jumette, Belgium, at once pro
nounced the test to be the best he had ever ex
perienced. "The glass is without any blemish
whatever," he said, "and everything has gone
well, even beyond my expectation.'"
Mr. David Roberts, a well known class mer
chant from New York, who bad come to Jean
nette purposely to witness the start, also pro
nounced the first roll to be entirely perfect
In the meantime the workers kept on tncreas
inc the number of rolls, and In a very short
time roll upon roll came from the pipes to be
stacked in one corner. Roll upon roll was crit
ically examined, but all passed the test of
searching scrutiny to the greatest satisfaction.
By this time the men seemed to be feeling at
home around 'the furnaces, and in a few mo
ments singing and whistling of familiar Amer
ican and British airs resounded through the
building; for It must not be forgotten that the
Britishers were all there, and, in their long
blouses, which looked more like oversized
night shirts, they looked quite distinctive as
compared with their American colleagues.
The first ripple of excitement being over and
such a grand realization of the most sanguine
expectations be,mg the result, the visitors grad
ually dispersed and soon the workers had It all
THE WOEKS DESCRIBED.
The tank is the -largest In the world, measur
ing 120 feet in length and 20 feet in width. It
has a capacity of 670 tons of molten glass. There
are two blowers furnaces to the tank, which
lends the building the shape of aT. Forty
eight men, blowers and gatherers, are at work
at the same time and the weekly production of
the tanlcls expected to be 6,912 50-foot boxes of
Everything is arranged to the best advan
tage. Immediately behind the tank is tne
mixing room, whence the batch is brought to
the tank on a wheelbarrow. Two men, having
iron snoveis mi ieet long, ana running on
wbgels, are constantly feeding the tank, while
at the other end the gatherers are taking the
ready metal out As soon as a blower has fin
ished a. cylinder and it has gotten somewhat
cool, a laborer carries it into the flattening de
partment wnich is a building 240 feet long.
From the flattening department the glass runs
on a lear into the cooling room, where other
men are awaiting its arrival to take it to the
cutting department Immediately adjoining
the latter are the packing rooms, where the
glass Is finally gotten ready to be shipped.
The whole is manipulated on the most syste
matic method of perfect rotation, and no hitch
or delay seemed to be experienced anywhere.
I "VTHAT THE MANAGER SATS.
Mr. Moore, the manager, said to a reporter
lor this paper, yesterday:
"Everything has gone along first rate, and all
is exceedingly successful. The men are all in
good shape, and the greatest satisfaction reigns
"How do the American blowers and the Brit
ishers get along?"
"First rate; you can go and see lor yourself,
and you can ask them, too, for that matter.
"As regards the tank system. It Is a succe'S.
There has not been a hitch, and we will now to
to work and get the other ready, in order to
commence operations with both of them in
"How long will the men work at this one I"
"Until the last day of June."
In conclusion he remarked that the glass
rnanuiacturers wuo nao. propnesiea such a
glaring failure for the tank would all be very
much disappointed, and the only effect it
would have will be that the tank sjstem will be
the system of American window glass manu
facture of the future.
PEESIDENT EVAHS REPLIES.
He Challenges the Accuracy ef Hli Un
named Assailant That Importation In
vestigation Seek Only the Truth.
Mr. Joseph L. Evans, President of the
Trades Council, takes decided exceptions to
some things stated in an interview in these
columns Sunday morning, wherein tbe
gentleman interviewed took occasion to sharply
criticise some investigation methods. Mr.
Evans has written ont his statement and ad
dressed it to tbe editor of this paper, as fol
lows: In your Issue of Bunday I see some fair-rait ded
(f) person has given you his side of the proceed
ings of tbe Trades Council 'on Saturday evening
j, iluu If his honesty is to be Judged by his tkate-
'meats, he should be In the penitentiary hU self.
"Of course I know who be Is; but without the teatl-
!.") v. jv.iicwncii AcouiuuubpuiuTcivprove
jit4 ThequesUot of secrecy is only -that ofidmlt-
ign reporters, which was decided aarerjfly two
JBSeSST' "T1." S?r ""t t1ro, J etc-" " wy"e Tt - J CPKbwg, Executen, apae-ae-faT J
weeks ago, so no "further veil or secrecy" was
thrown around the Investigation.
t Your Informant says no other business than this
was transacted, and yet your report gives other
business. It is absolutely untrue that any dele
gate or delegates from any organization or organ
izations gave notice that they would place the
matter before their organization and recommend
a withdrawal from the Council. 1 know that no
delegate has so expressed himself.
The statement that this investigation Is backed
up by politicians Is wilfully an&mallcloutry raise,
and your reliable (?) Informant Is challenged to
fin cava IHAcMAnt ITirmnr vrtlt V lnas4 ATI fh
'stand nd asked to make good his statement that
ju. a. au o&a reiusea to uiaorge jar. vsmprci.
President Evans never made such a statement:
but be did say that this business was referred
from the L. A. k the Council and there acted on,
aud the minutes or L. A. 300 show this to be a
The storr that anybody wants to get Campbell
into the penitentiary Is the merest bosh. This In
vestigation Is simply to find out whether there is
anv truth In the statements, current all oTer the
country, that certain parties had been guilty of
evading or conniving to evade an act of Congress
to prevent the importation of roreign workmen
under contract to work In this country. If any
body is gnllty he or they will be prosecuted. If
not, the public shall know It. Is there any
thing wrong about this? Why do these people
wantjhe reporters to be present; Is It that the
names of proposed witnesses shall be made known,
and those witnesses choked off? Already it is ru
mored that one witness from L. A. 300 Is to be pun
ished. Is this true?
What irthe officers of the Green Bottle Blowers
and the Flint IV orkers are Interesting themselves
In this affair; Was not the law enacted for the
benefit of all worklngmenF Reference Is made to
the animus of Homer L. McGaw in this affair, and
the man specifies certain old political
matters. The printers of Pittsburg never in
structed llcGaw not to issue the said political
circular. He was a member ot I A 2300, lob
printers. L. A. 1630, newspaper printers, did in
struct J. L. Evans, W. . of theU. A., to keep
out ol the political fracas, and he obeyed their or
ders. This matter was settled in the General As
sembly at Hamilton. Ont., in 1SS5, and 1 shall say
nothing more about It. In conclusion, Campbell
Is not the party being looked for particularly,
but the guilty party, who ever he may be. Those
who are consclons of their innocence chonld be
assisting the Investigation, and not trying to re
tard It. JL. EVAJ.S.
BUTE AND FEEEHAN.
The Life and Story of a Pauper Who Died nt
tbe City Home.
Henry "Williams died at the City Home
yesterday. He was 47 years of age and was
a native of Virginia. "When but 6 years
old his mother was sold by her master, a
planter living near Culpepper Court House,
and since that time he never, saw "her. He was
old enough to remember her, and resented the
separation, for which he was whipped many
He grew to.dlslike the abuse, and 'when 10
years old ran away. He was captured and
taken back, and though planning to get away
all the time was kept there until he became a
man. When the war broke out he was wild to
join the army, and soon started with the first
troops from the North. Before leaving he set
fire to his master's house, and the building was
entirely consumed. When the war ended be
took to steamboating on the Red river and the
Lower Mississippi, and for the past 10 years
had been running on the Ohio from this city.
A UNIQUE THEFT.
A Swimmer Sees Hla Own Clothes Being
Robbed by a Friend.
"William Fisher called at police head
quarters yesterday afternoon to report the
loss of f 10, all the money he had, which had
been stolen by a new-made friend.
Yesterday afternoon they went down to the
river, and Fisher proposed they should take a
swim. His companion declined, but Fisher
took off his clothes and went in, swimming out
for quite a distance. As he turned to swim
ashore he saw bis ungrateful companion de
liberately robbing his clothes and then start off
on a run. He dressed as quickly as possible
and started In pursuit, but failed to catch the
A DOG'S TEETH.
It Required Many Shots to Slake Them Let
.A setter dog went mad yesterday in Patrol
House No. 2, corner "Warner and Fulton
streets, Allegheny. It sprang at Charles
Temme. The latter jumped on a box and
from that position fired five shots at the dog,
one taking effect in its hind leg. The dog ran
from the stable into the street.
Temme seized a dob and gave pnrscit
At the corner of Washington avenue tbe brute
turned and sprang again at Temme, catching
him by tbe coat Several of the patrolmen
came to the rescne and beat tbe dog until it re
leased its bold. They then shot it ,
TO PEESEETE OUR FOEESTS.
Steps to be Taken to Prevent the Fearful An.
nnal Deatrnctlon by Fires.
The subject of forestry comes up here in
the visit of J. B. Harrison, of New Hamp
shire, the Secretary of the American Forestry
Congress. The gentleman is enthusiastic in re
gard to the preservation of forests and says
steps shonld be taken to keep our beautiful
On the Allegheny Mountains thousands of
acres are destroyed by careless hunters, by
huckleberry pickers, or some ignorant moun
taineers during the dry fall season, and it is to
prevent this the Congress keeps alive agitation.
Governor Beaver is their president, ana at the
meeting on October 16 some wise and stringent
steps will be taken to stop the fearful waste.
As the limited steamed into the Union
depot at 7:45 last night, Mr. Isidore Cohn,
proprietor of the P. C. C. C. (Pittsburg
Combination Clothing Company), stepped
on the platform, and was warmly welcomed
by a reporter. He said he came direct from
New York, and had come to dispose of the
P. C. C. C.'s enormous spring and summer
stock of clothing, amounting to $250,000.
Mr. Cohn stated that to do this he would
hold a grand clearing sale for the next 30
days,and make things lively by selling fine
clothing way below cost o'f manufacture,
his sole idea being to sell the balance of the
stock at once. He said that ail further an
nouncements would appear in the daily
New Wall Paper.
"We have just stocked "up with all the
best things of the various manufacturers,
and will be able to meet all demands for
nice goods for the summer and autumn
trade. "We guarantee all our work and give
personal attention to the same when so de
sired. CBrrnBiNE, Bane & Bassett,
its 416 Wood st
REAL ESTATE SAYINGS BANK, LIM,
401 Smithflcld Street, cor. Fourth Avenne.
Capital, 5100,000. Surplus, 145,000.
Deposits of $1 and upward received and
interest allowed at 4 per cent tts
Black, White and Colored All-Wool Al.
A yard a usmcier dress goods,bargain.
Jos. Hoene'& Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Great Sale of Embroideries
At half original prices this week, at Home
& Ward's, 41 Filth avenue.
Ladles' Elgin Gold Watches S33,
In solid gold 14karat cases, handsomely
cnasea ana engraven ana warranted good
timekeeper, at U. P. Roberts & Sons', cor.
ner Fifth ave. and Market st Mtt
Fans 5c to $70 00 a Piece
All the very newest are here.
JOS. HORNE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
"MAEOoftheMist," the latest perfume.
For sale by druggists only.
B. ot B.
Fans for the Festival want every mem
ber of the chorus to carry our special 25o
fan. See it anyhow. You'll not be ashamed
to carry it, if it doesn't cost-you much.
Great "Western Gun "Works removed to
706 Smithfield street
Special Ladles' Summer Costumes.
75 pattern costumes at $10, $15 and $20
each, made up in tbe best manner, abont
one-half price the greatest suit bargain
ever offered. Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
TBEaAIroAlr's, Art Store, is the cheap
est place to get your pictures framed, large
tock of engravings, solar prints, etchings,
etc. - lSCWylie ave, ns
SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFICIALS,.
They Form a Society Snbbaih School Work
Advancement Their Object Statistics to
be Mnde Up.
A meeting oi Sunday school superin
tendents of all denominations was held last
night in (he Second Presbyterian Church,
corner of Penn aveaue and Seventh street.
The object was the formation of an association
of superintendents for the advancement of
Sunday school work. About 40 wero present
representing the Presbyterian. United Presby
terian, Methodist EpIscopal,Methodlst Protest
ant Reformed Presbyterian, BaptistEpIscopal
and Lutheran Churches. The Hon. E. S. Mor
row was chosen Chairman, and Mr. E. S. Gray
After a short discussion of the object ot the
meeting, the following committee was ap
pointed to formulate a plan of organization
and report at the next meeting: W. N. McCul
lough, William Maxom, S. Quinon, Ciu Rose,
Nathan Jones, William Rhodes, E. S. Gray and
A committee composed of representatives
from each denomination was also appointed to
Srocure statistics of tbe different Sunday
cbools of Pittsburg and Allegheny, which are
to be forwarded to tbe World's Bunday School
Convention to be held in Londonin Julv. Tbe
committee consists of Thomas T. Day, Presby
terian: William Maxom, Baptist; E. S. Morrow,
United "Presbyterian; Mr. Cameron, Re
formed Presbyterian; William Rhodes, Lu
theran; J. B. Caskey, Episcopal; Samuel
Hamilton, Methodist Episcopal, and Nathan
Jones, Methodist Protestant The committee
was instructed-to add others from the denom
ations not already represented.
A second meeting will be held next Monday
night a week, when the organization of the
association will be completed, and reports re
ceived on statistics.
PLENTI OP SITES.
The Blind Asylum Directors Ofiered Many
Pieces of Property.
It was reported yesterday that the directors
of the new blind institute had purchased the
property of James Campbell on Fortieth street
for the new asylum. A. M. Marshall, one of
the directors was asked by a Dispatch re
porter if this was true. He said:
"Wo have looked at tbe Campbell property,
(Shaw is the name I understood it to bear) and
a great many other properties, buthave bought
nothing yet nor have we decided on anything.
We have had sites offered us in profusion
could get hundreds of them but we want to
be sure we have found the right thing before
we make a choice."
A HEW AUTOMATIC BEAKE.
A Young Inventor Claims to Haro Sold
His Brake for S25.000.
S. B. Bo we, a woodcarver of Beaver Falls,
was in the city yesterday, claiming to
have invented an automatic brake, which 'be
says he has sold to the Illinois Railroad Com
pany for S25.000 and a royalty of $2 per car per
month. He says that his brake is so arranged
that in case of an accident or a break-away on
a grade, these brakes will work automatically,
and the faster the train backs the tighter the
THE COLLECTIONS PALL AWAY.
Delinquent Tax Collector Ford's Little Re
port for This Month.
"W. B. Ford, Collector of Delinquent
Taxes, reports collections for May as follows:
For 1887 City tax, LOSS 62; water rents, $306;
advertising, $232; special tax, 158 SO.
For 188S City tax, S12.309 93; water rents,
$4,313 87; special taxes, $2,561 16, making a total
of $21,127 08. '
The exhibit is not as satisfactory as was ex
pected. AN AEEAI OF ATTOBNEYS.
A Compilation of Members of the Bar SInco
17SS by a Legal Gentleman.
Colonel Archibald Blakeley is compiling
a history of the attorneys admitted to the
Allegheny county bar, covering a period of 100
years. It will be published in book form, and
contain the names of over 1,(300 practitioners,
with sketches of their lives. The names of
some of them stand foremost in the legal talent
of the country.
The K. P. Synod.
The RcformedJFresbyterlan Synod at-Tar-entttm
yesterday adopted a long series of reso
lutions o.i Sabbath descration. They were the
report of a committee.
Come in find See the Special Pnrehnso
"We clossd them out, nearly one hundred,
at a great loss; will sell them tor one-half;
ready to put on.
Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Onr Parlor Fnrnlturo
Is to be envied by every other Ktailerof
furniture in the city, as it is tbe largest,best
assorted and most reasonable in price. It
is also tbe most artistic, and comprises
divans, couches, easy chairs, rockers and
full suits. 2d. Seibert & Co.,
Ci-T. Hope and Lacocksts., Allegheny.
Rear railroad bridge. d
Gentlemen Will Find the Lntcst.
And nicest goods in evening neckwear, linen
and eiik handkerchiefs, white embroidered
dress shirts, collars and cuffs in our men's
department; white and fancy vests also.
, Jos. Horne & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Gents' Gold Watches,
All grades of the best American makes in
plain or fancy style cases; prices 535, 530, ?60,
?75, $85, 5100, etc, at E. P. Boberts & Sons',
corner Fifth ave. and Market st MTT
Great Sale of Embroideries
At half original prices this week, at Horne
& "Ward's, 41 Fifth avenue.
Jlforeof the New French Satlnea nt 30c.
All new patterns, remember, from La
Belle France, and only 20 cents a yard.
JOS. HOENE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
Fans for the millions 1c to S20. Fans
for the festival, chorus, prima donna aud
audience. Boggs & Buhl.
Geo. n. Bennett & Bro.,
Ko. 135 First ave., second door below Wood
st, have the largest and finest stock of pure
rye whiskies in the city.
Eemoval Great "Western Gun "Works
removed to 706 Smithfield street, near Lib
erty. J. H. JOHNSTON.
875 Summer Suit at Hall Price,
In ladies' suit department to-day newest
materials, choice colors and fashionable de
signs at one-half.
Jos. Horne & Co.'s,
. Penn Avenue Stores.
THERE WILL BE-A MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Pittsburc and Falrport
Terminal Company held at the office of the com
pany. Coal Exchange Building, corner Smith
field and Water sts., Pittsburg, Pa., MONDAY,
MAY 27, 1889. 2 P. C, 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 be brought up. A J. THOMAS,
a a WIGHT, Sec'y. President
ESTATE OF GEORGE R. SPLANE, DE
CEASED Executor's notice Notice is
hereby given that letters testamentary on the
estate of George R. Bplane, late of the Siita
ward of the city of Pittsburg, county of Alle
gheny, State of Pennsylvania, deceased, have
been granted to the undersigned, to whom all
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment and those having
clains or demands against the same will make
them known without delay to
WM. H. McKELVT. Executor.
ap30-40-Tu 64 Sixth avenne, Pittsburg. Pa.
FRANK W. SMITH, Attorney at Law.
Estate or Eli Eurford, deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY XJ1VEN THAT LET
TERS testamentary on the estate of EH
Burford, late or the city of . Pittsburg, county
of Allegheny, Pa., deceased, have been granted
to the undersigned, to whom all persons In
debted to said estate are requested to make
immediate rjavmenfand tbosa havincnlaimK
against the same will makd tnem known with
out delay to JOHN BURFORD, 69 Water st,
Pittsburg, C. H. BEACH, cor. Sbiloh and Syca-
am ata, nrarorg, xtxecuters, apaKW-ra
SSi?iipIajr advertisements one dollar prr
square or oneHnterUon. Classified advertise'
merits on Oils page such as Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, etc., ten cent per line for each inser
tion, and none taken or lest than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of tho
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:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with TM D1S
THOMAS MCCAFFUKY, SSo9 Butler street
EMIL G. HTUCKET, th streetand Penn ave.
E. G.BTUCKEY&CO.,YVylleave. and r niton 6t
N. STOKKLY, Fifth Avenue Market House.'
J. W. WALLACE, 6121 Fenn avenue.
MCALLISTEE & SHEIBLEE, Sth av. & Atwood st
JACOB 8POHN. Ko. t Carson street
CHAS. SCHWAEM, 1707 Carson strest
A. J. KAERCHEK, 9 Federal street
H." J. McBRIDE, Federal and Ohio streets?
FRED H. EGGERS. TJI Ohio street.
P. H. EGGERS & BON, Ohio and Chestnut Its.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. "W. HUGHES. .Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PERRY M. GLEIM. Jtebeccaand Allegheny aves.
V FRENCH SPRING CO., L1M. my!9-71
WANTED JOBBING BLACKSMITH.
CHARLES GRUBBS, Sharpsburg. myM-87
rtrANTED-A BREAD BAKER. APPLY TO
VV THOS. OVENDEN, Duquesne, Pa.
XTANTED COMPETENT DRUG CLERK;
TV German. Address DRUGS, Dispatch office.
"VXrANTED-RESTAURANT COOK IMMEDI
,YY ATELYatBROWN &SON'S, Washington,
-T7ANTEO-A FIRST-CLASS BARBER-IN-W
QUIRE or OTTO SCHOFFER & BRO.. 88
Diamond st. my!M3
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS BOOKKEEPER;
none but experienced men need apply. Ad
dress Y, Dispatch office. my-46
"YTTANTED-AT ONCE-AN EXPERIENCED
JrV cutter on boot and shoe uppers. At C. ti.
DIETRICH'S, 612 Smithfield st myil-55
WANTED YOUNG MAN TO SELL A NEW
, drill chuck who has worked at drill press.
Address o. N., Dispatch office. . mySl-lOO
WANTED-TWO CARPENTERS TO WORK
on screen work. Apply to VINCENT &
SCOTT, 6023 Penn avenue.
E. E. - myZl-M
TTANTEO-BARBER OB BOY WHO 'HAS
VV had some experience. Apply, GEO. STRO
BEL. 24 Island ave., Allegheny . my21-Sl
WANTED COACHMAN FOR LIVER IT;
none but experienced need apply. T. B.
MOKELAND, 6100 Penn ave., East End. my6-12
V V 6 p. M. to 6 A. M. : salary S3: crty reference
required. Address E. M., Dispatch office.
WANTED-FOUR YOUNG MEN FOR CITY
business; must be of eood address and not
afraid to work. J.
A. MCDEVITT, 1033 Penn ave.
WANTED-BARBER-F1RST CLASS M&.N;
none others need apply; good wages to
rlrht man. Address, W. A. HAMMOND. Oil
City. Pa. tay21-JT
"TXTANTED-SINGLE WHITE MAN FOR
VV carriage driver; must have no objections
to country. Apply with references to O. ft.. Dis
patch office. mv21-G2
WANTED-A BOTTLER AND PACKER,
one who understands the business and can
come well recommended. Address BOTTLER,
Dispatch office. my 21-31
WANTED-MEN FOR GREENSBURG AND
every town in Westmoreland county; big
pay; apply after 10 a. m. to-day to MR. i
ivesuuoreiana noiei, ureensDurg.
WANTED-AGENTS-CAN MAKE FROM IS
totaoaday selling onr new household nov
elty: heeded In every house. Inquire or H. G.
W1SSEL, 3027 Penn ave., Pittsburg. my 21-29
WANTED-YOUNG MAN ABOUT 25 TEARS
of age to do office and heavy work: must
write a fair hand: salary (1 per week. Apply at
UNION NEWS CO., Union depdt Pittsburg. .
TfTANTED-YOUNG MAN, ABOUT 16 OR 18
V V years old, to assist In office work; must be
fair writer, good at figures and have first-class
recommendations t state wages wanted. Address
A. C T., Dispatch office. mv21-90
VTTANTKD-'WE-PAY AGENTS SSSTOtlOOPER
V V month salary and all expenses; to travel or
for local work; state which preferred, also salary
wanted. SLOAN 4 CO., Manufacturers. 294
George stClnclnnatl, O. my20-20
VV powder and pure spices; gifts with goods;
coke workers, miners or mlllmcn can make money
In their spare time. YAMASH1RO TEA CO., 83
Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa. JS2S-86-TTS
WANTED-STENfGRAPHER, AND TYPE
WRI1ER on Hammond machine; must be
flrsMilass in every respect; good salary. Call on
the COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTING AGENCY,
163 Fifth avenue, before noon May 21. my21-34
TTTANTED-NO. 1 BOOKKEEPER FOR A
VV glass factory: parties desiring clerical
positions should apply to ns: business men should
remember that we will advertise for them, and
furnish office help free of charge. COMMERCIAL
ACCOUNTING AGENCY. lSSTirth ave. my21-74
VV COLLEGE, 4 Sixth street Pittsburg.
manshlp, bookkeeping, eclectic shorthand, type
writing, arithmetic, etc., thoroughly taught for
(3 per month; Instruction private for both sexes;
open through summer, day and evening.
TJJ-ANTED AGENTS TO HANDLE THE
VV new patent chemical ink erasing pencil;
greatest novelty ever produced: erases ink In two
seconds; no abrasion of paper; 200 to 500 per cent
profit; one agent's sales amounted to S620 In six
nays: another f32 In two hours. Territory abso
lutely free: salary to good men; no ladles need an
swer; sample 15 cents. For terms and full partic
ulars address the manufacturers, J. W. SKIN
NER CO , Onalaska, Wis. , my21-30
VTrANTED-TEN SALESLADIES WHO HAVE
VV had experience In selling dress goods
and millinery. DANZIGER & SHOENBERG.
WANTED GOOD DRESSMAKER TO WORK
on skirts at Ho. 24 WESTERN AVE.,
near Irwin, Allegheny; none but experienced
need apply. my2l-M
TTT AVTF.I1 CURT. FflK 111TT -ftraCHTUn
VV also, bov abont 16 or 17 for general worti
Apply at iucuuiuc ulcus.'
Jlegneny Market House.
Tir ANTED AN
v wages, st:
laundress, cooks. phATnhprmtr1
dining-room girls. 100 house girls: German and
colored girls. MRS. E.. THOMPSON, 608 Grant
WANTED LADY AGENTS AT ONCE,
local and traveling: grandest Invention for
females ever seen: 46,000 sold flrst 30 days; picnic
while It lasts: be qnlct. Address LITTLE CO ,
Box 443, Chicago, 111. myIS-100
Mnlo and Ircinale Heln.
WANTED-AT ONCE-FARM HANDS AND
drivers, nurse to go to the seashore, cooks,
chambermaids and house girls, nurse and hotel
girls, waitress and storeroom girl, laundress, SS
per week, working housekeeper. MuXHAN'S
AGENCY, S4J Grant St
WANTED 50 GOOD AGENTS EMPLOY
MENT suitable for ladles or gentlemen, can
make from fl to S3 per eav with ease. Call Im
mediately at ELITE GALLERY, 516 Market st
and ask for MORRIS Y EAGER, from 9 to 12 A. id
and 2 to 4 P. If. mya-77
VtTANTED-SITUATION BY YOUNG MAN
VV to learn the horseshoeing business. A
NOLEN, 195 Ohio St., Allegheny. my21-39
WANTED-SITUATTON-DRUG CLERK EX
PERIENCED and registered, is open for
situation; first-class references. Address DRUG
CLERK, Dispatch office. my21-79
WANTED-S1TUATION BY A FIRST-CLASS
male cook In hotel or restaurant; dinner or
short-order cook: can save his wages; sober man
can give reference. Address B. O., Dispatch
-TT7-ANTED-BY A MIDDLE-AGED MAN OF
VV considerable business experience a posi
tion of trust in office, store or manufacturing es
tablishment In this city; is willing to makehim
seir usef'il In any capacity: can give best of refer
ence and security. If required; no book subscrip
tion agencies wanted. Address MIDDLE AGED
MAN, Dispatch office. mv21-32
cash, controlled by himself: salarySlso. Ad
dress MERCHANT, 153 Fourth ave.. New York.
Boarders and Lodgers.
-TT7-ANTED BOARDERS -FOR A HAND
W BOMELY furnished front room in parks
with good board: terms moderate; relerencef Ad
dress S. A, Dispatch office. my21-75
WAST;PT?.NA.,TF0E NICELY FUR
NISHED front room: good neighborhood:
-close to parks: within five minutes walk of city
halt Allegheny. Address B. 8., Dispatch office.
P. FT. W. A-GL K. K mntUmM nMranM.H.
desirable location: two minutes walk lrom station:
referaaee 6filiAne-ed- AiUnu, m v w ai.-'
TUESDAY,'' MAT 21,
Rooms, Bouses, Etc
WANTED -TO BENT -A FURNISHED
house, with or without grounds, in or near
cityauring; summer months or longer. Address
BOX 6t Postofflce, Pittsburg. my21-73
"WANTED-GENTLEMAN. ENGAGED IN
V city during the day, wishes to board with
private respectable family near the parks, Aile-
pheny; first-class references.
Auuress j. x-,
TTANrED-SUMMER BOARD AT A PRI
VY VATE house near line of railroad, within
easy reach or Pittsburg, for a family of five per
sons, Including two children, youngest 9 years.
Address ALPHA, Dispatch office, stating location,
accommodations, etc. my21-M-TT
TTTANTED MORTGAGES-MONEY TO LOAN
"..". ln sums to suit, at 4K, 6 and S per cenU
GRABBING & LYON, 135 Fourth ave. ap8-el-P
TIJANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
.VV in sums to suit at 4f, 5' and 6 per cent
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167,
TITANTED-M0RTGAGE3 ON CITY PROP
VV ERTY. over ft, 000; X tier cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVERS CO., KFourth avenue.
"VXTANTED-BENTS COLLECTED PROMPT-
.U LX; property managed wltn satisfaction
a s un
AILEY, 1S4 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
TTTANTED -MORTGAGES-SI. 000, 000 TO LOAN
VV in large and small amounts at 4H. 5and6
per cent, free of State tax; no delay. REED B.
COXLE& CO., 131 Fourth ave. mya-60
TTTANTED RENTS TO COLLECT IN BOTH
-VV cities and suburbs: to this branch or the
business we pay special attentl on; established
1863. W. A. HERRONASONS, 80 Fourth ave.
"TTTANTED-TO LOAN 1500,000, IN AMOUNTS
VV of 3, OCX) and upward, on city and suburban
pivpeny, on 4?i)er cent, iree oi tax; ao inu
amounts at 6 and S per cent. BLACK & BAIRD,
05 i ourth avenue.
"TTTANTED-MORTGAGES-Sl, 000, 000TO LOAN
V T on city and suburban properties at H, 6and
6 per cent and on larms In Allegheny and adja
cent counties at S per cent. 1. M. PENNOCK7 &
SON, 103 Fourth avenue. ap7-f41
"TrjANTKD-TO LOAN S2OO.0OO ON MOHT
Jr V GAGES; flOO and upward at 6 per cent;
4500,00031 4K per cent on residences or business
property; also In adjoining counties. S. H.
FRENCH, 125 Fourth avenue. oc31-e84-D
VTJANTED-CASn PAID FOR ALL 8ECOND
VV HAND furniture, pianos, etc. THOMAS
00.. 2513 Penn ave. myl8-95
WANTED-TO EXCHANGE LOTS IN THE
city of St. Paul, Minn. : 1 will exchange for
stock of merchandise or Improved farm. Address
J. G. S , Dispatch office. my21-72
WANTED-LADIES TO KNOW HAUGH 4
Kecnan repair, refinish or upholster old
furniture promptly and In the best possible man
ner. 33 AND 3i WATER BT. 'Phone 1626. my9-82
"TTTANTED-ALL K. OF L. PEOPLE TO
VV know that 1 never did employ non-union
men in my shop. M. PASTORIUS, House and
oign rainter, 9 Twenty-second st soutnsiae.
TSTANTED MEN LEARN THE ART OF
VV gentlemen's garment cutting; no trying
on required: night sessions Monday, Wednesday
and Saturday, 7. to 9 p. H 514 Wood St. URLINU
& SON. ap30-68
WANTED-EVERYBOD Y TO GET ONE DOZ.
line cabinet photos fori 99 cents at
AUFRECHT'S ELITE X3ALLERY, 616 Market St.,
Pittsburg, Pa., for 30 days only; elevator: come,
rain or shine: bring children. my5-lll
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER, 96 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at (1 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised; Instan
taneous process. mhl3-63
WANTED-CAMPING PARTIES WISHING
to purchase accordions, guitars or mando
lins to examine Galllnger's stock, which we guar
antee to sell 20 per cent less than any other house
In town. GALLINGEB'S MONEY LOAN
OFFICE, 1200 Penn ave. - my21-27
WANTED-MARKIED OR SINGLE MEN TO
invest In building sites at Maplewood
Park, Wllklnsbnrg; lots 40x120; 110 to tffl down,
balance 1 to f3 per week; act quick before they
are all gone: 7(5 sold In one week; call on the
agents, who will pay your fare and take you to see
the grounds. 1. R. COOPER & CO.. 107 Fourth
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-SlOe DOWN, BALANCE flj
monthly, several nice 4 and 5-room dwellings
on MtOUver; lots 30X260. J. C. REILLY, 77 Dia
mond st my21-78 1
FOR SALE A BARGAIN ON MULBERRY
st., near Twenty-ninth, two 2-story brick
dwellings, 5 rooms and finished attics; lot S2x60.
J. 0. REILLY, 77 Diamond St. mT21-73
TmORSALE-COR. GRACE AND MASON STS.,
JC Jit. Waahlngtorv 2-story 4-room frame house;
good cistern: stable on rear or , lot ; price, 11,050;
lot 25x100. J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond st
FOR SALE-WEBSTER AVE., NEAR ROBERT
it, 2-stery Oneen Anne mansard br. dwelling,
10 rooms, nearly new, with all modern Improve
ments; also 4-room brick In rear: price very low;
lot 20x110. J. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond st
I TICK SALE-3,800-ON LOMBARD STREET,
: Eleventh ward, elegant 7-roomed brick dwell
ing house; bath, slate roor, slate mantels, natural
gas, papered throughout; lot 22x128, nicely fenced
up; terms moderate. GEO. bCHMlDT. 167 Fourth
Fifth avenue, 3-story pressed brick resi
dence. 10 rooms, all modern conveniences, ele
gantly finished; large lot running back to an
alley; a bargain; very casv terms. SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave. myi7-97-rrs
FOR SALE-GREATEST BARGAIN IN THE
city, a frame dwelling house of 7 rooms with
storeroom In front situated on Fifth ave., above
the Fourteenth ward schoolhouse;lot 24 by 177 feet,
extending to Forbes st; prlco-only S2,200. C.
BEBINGER & SON, 103 Fourth aye..
SALE ROW OF 6 2-STORi" BRICK
X? houses; almost new:
well sltuited: uavssner
ccuc room xor o aaaiuonai nouses on rear oi lot;
it will then pay 12 per cent; street and alley paved
and sewered; houses never Idle. Principals only
Inquire of MORRIS FLEMING, 110 Fourth ave.
'- ...-. . "-:-- ..-
FOB SALE-MT. WASHINGTON PROPERTY
7-room frame on Wyoming st, (3,900; 6
room framo on Vlrelnlaave., 32,500; 6-room frame
on Bertha St., 3,000; 7-room frame on Virginia
ave., rt.COO: 5-room frame on Grace st. and
Woodvllie ave., ll.OWi, and a number of others:
also vacant lots. C BERINGER & SON, 103
Fourth ave. myl8-69-Tussu
East End Residences.
FOR SALE-LILAC ST. AND WESTMINSTER
place, house, 9 rooms, bath, w. c., nat. ga,
etc, etc.: lot 63x100 ft.: only (9,500. SPENCER&
GLOSSER, 419 Smithfield st. myie-15-TTSSU
FORSALE-BOQUET ST., OAKLAND, MAN
SARD brick of 8 rooms, bath. w. c. Inside
shutters, nal. gas, tile hearth la parlor, hard
wood finish, etc . etc.: lot 24x175 ft. : price, 86.000:
bargain. SPENCER & GLOSSER, 419 Smithfield
'OR SALE-ON BROAD ST., 4 ROOM FRAME
dwelling, lot 24x145: site for bonse In rear.
irkwood st : one sauarc from both cable lines: 6
minutes to p. It. It, near Hiland ave.: very
low, 2,700; terms to suit MELLON BROS.. CM)
Station st E. E. myl9-S3-TTS
FOR SALE-A BEAUTIFUL FRAME DWELL
ING 6 rooms, slate roof, large Improve lot
48x135, on Grazier at, near Homewood station, P.
R. R.: 36 dally trains: nice, bright location; will
sell. at a bargain; 84,000: terms to suit buyer.
MELLON BROS., 6343 Station St., K E.
FOR SALE A MOST SUBSTANTIAL BBICKT
dwelling on Blppey st (paved). 1 square from
Negley ave. (soon tbe finest in East End), close to
Penn cable; 7 rooms, bath, all conveniences,
slate roof, bay, etc.; select neighborhood: an
elegant location: price 86.600; lot 47x120; terms
satisfactory. MELLON BROS.. 6349 Station st ,
E. E. myl9-52-TT8
10R SALE BEAUTIFUL BOULEVARD,
East End rpRldpnr.Rnt&ce: maralflcent stone
dwelling; i-jin-lAirA nnrch: b&rdwood staircase
and reception ball; 10 elegant large rooms; all tho
latest Improved conveniences; .asphalt paved
street; this beautiful bomb has to be seen to be
appreciated; call soon ana get full particulars;
small payment: balance on tune. BLACK &
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. my20-7
FOR SALE-OR RENT-IRVING PLACE,
Ellsworth avenue, Shadyslde. E. ., several
new pressed brick residences Just finished, con
taining ten rooms each, also laundry, bath, pan
try, etc; each house situated In separate lot with
large lawn; near steam and cable cars: terms to
snlt purchasers or rent reasonable. Inquire of
THOS. H. CHAPMAN.on the premises, or ROOM
v, caie ueposit ouiiuing, em x ouna avvuue.
FOR SALE A FINE SHADYSIDE HOME
within 5 minutes walk of Roup station, P. K.
R., or Fifth ave. cable line; contalns9magnlllcent
rooms, allipaperedlln tbe latest designs; center
haU, parlor, llbrarv. dining room and kitchen on
flrst floor, bath, laundry, natural gas, aU other
be sold cheap on account of owner leaving city;
call at the office and get full particulars.
a. oa.Lau, va ouna ave.
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
loadlne consideration: also rapid transit to and
from the business part ot 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 houses go up after
ward on adjoining lots detracts from the value or
the first: to buy on a neatly paved street with
sewer;', gas and water already Jald, is important;
one tsen knows what the whole cost Is. and has
not worry about the-cost or future grading and
pavlig. All these Items and many more are cov
ered ht the handsome new dwellings on Oakland
Square (formerly Linden Grove), which need only
be ten to be appreciated. The price Is t6, 600 and
and ije, 750 L payable on easy terms, for elegant
thoroughly well built and commodious houses,
standing apart on lots 39x100, and fitted with all
tliemoderu conveniences. All tbe houses lront
on hsphaltum streets, and upon a handsome park
aniea witnsnaae trees; oiaxorest trees pienti
Uv shade the neighborhood. The cable cars are
W but six mlnntes' distant, ana will be brought
till nearer; These houses are rapidly selling, ba
ng pronounced bargains at present prices. Ap
ily to SAMUEL W. BLACK. A CO.. He. 99 Fcmrfa
Tonue, i myis-71
EOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
East End Resiaences.
tOtt BALE-ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH
JL' the house you rent or own? ir not see the
finely built residences in Coltart square, Oakland.
W. A. HEBRON & SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
FORSALE-ONLY 84,000 FOKAGOODFRA3IE
house, corner Broad and Bentty sts., E. E.:
double parlors, slate mantels, hall, vestibule, hot
and cold water, Inside shutters, large attic, etc.
C. BERINGER SON, 103 Fourth ave.
-7OHSALE-813,0OO-A NEW MODERN BRICK
r house of nine rooms and finished attic with
4 acres of ground, located on Dallas avenne; this
Is a decided bargain and should be seen at once.
KELLY & ROGERS, Ko. 6315 Station street. K. E.
FOR SALE HANDSOME MODERN HOUSE,
all conveniences and large lot, choice loca
tion, Bldwell street, Allegheny; low price;
easyterms. JNO. HVM'CREERY, 95 Fifth avo.
FOR SALE - BELLEVUE BOROUGn A
frame house of seven rooms, natural gas,
water in kitchen and well at door, large lot,
plenty or choice frnit, excellent view, one of the
finest In the borough, 7 minutes from Neville sta
tion, for particulars Inquire 191 MARKET ST.,
Allegheny City. myl9-91-TTSSU
FOR SALE AT BELLEVUK ON JACKSON
St.. near Beaver road, well located; good new
dwelling or 9 large rooms, natural gaB and other
conveniences: lot 80x176 feet to an alley, with
fruit trees: an easy distance from the station and
convenient to Electric roai. W. A. HEBRON &
SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave. myM-99-22.214.171.124
POIt SALE LOTS.
FOR 8ALE-VALUABLE LOT-WASHINGTON
St., near Fifth ave; lot 21x107 to paved
alley; sewered front and rear; nice level lot; bar
gain. ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
East End Lots.
FOR BALE FINE EAST END LOT.ATWOOD
St., near Lincoln ave, 10 minutes walk from
Torrens station, P. R. R. ; size 40x120 feet:only
8825; this la cheap. BLACK & BAIRD, 93 Fourth
FOR SALE-2 VERY DESIRABLE LOTS, 30x
102, at corner Jackson and St. Clair sts., near
Hiland ave.; well situated; extended view:
price for both 82,100; a bargain. MELLON
BROS., 6349 Station st, E. E. myl9-6Z-rrs.
FOR SALE CHOICE LOTS AT DALLAS STA
TION. P. It R . convenient to steam and
street cars; cheap and on easy terms; situation un
surpassed; price ranging from 8406 to SGOO. Inqulro
ofD. C. NEGLEY, eiOOPennave., East End.
IOR SALE-ON ST. CLAIR ST., 2 SQUARES
from Neater avenue, also near Penn cable.
four very desirable lots In Orchard Plan. 41x110
each: sewered; select neighborhood; 11,500 each;
terms to suit. MELLON BROS., 6349 Station
street, E. E. myl9-52-TTS
FIFTH AVENUE NEAR
choice niece of residence
X' Roup street a
property, 193x260 fret to street In rear: will divide
or sell as a whole: this Is very desirable and will
be sold cheap. See KELLY & ROGERS, No. 6315
Station street. East End. my21-25-Tus
FORSALE-BAUM GROVE LOTS, ON FINE
wide streets; more ways to reach them, and
have more permanent Improvements than any
other locality. For prices and terms call at MEL
LON BROS.', E. .. or JOHN F. BAXTER,
Agent 612 Smithfield street. myl9-43-TTS
FOR SALE-THE CHEAPEST LOTS IN THE
city limits: some or the reasons arc they are
close to the business centers of "the Old City"'
aud East Liberty; are right In the center or popu
lation; are large on wide streets: alleys In rear;
are sewered, curbed and have wide stone walks,
and we sell them for the same prices per root front
as are asked for lots on nnlmnroved streets, and
can make very easy terms. MELLON BROS., E.
E., or JOHN F. BAXTER, Agent 512 Smithfield
FOR SALE-LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street Allegheny, In
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MCN AUGHER, 43 N. Diamond st.
-fTOR SALE-YOU SAY YOU DESIREHEALTH,
X! pure air, pure water, beautiful scenery and
rapid transit: locate on the Watson acre and M
acre sites. Pcrrysvllle avenue Tenth ward. Alle
gheny; Pittsburg office, A. J. PENTECOST, 413
Grant street. my 12-64
FOR SALE "OSGOOD PLACE" LARGE,
handsome lots on Osgood, Maple and Linden
avenues: all city conveniences: no lots less than
40 ft. wide: houses set from 20 to 80 feet bark from
street: terms to suit SAMUEL W. BLACK A
CO., 99 Fourth ave. my7-30-Tu
FOR SALE FLATS ARE NEEDED TO SUP
PLY the demand of the better class of tenants
for dwellings with all modern conveniences In
convenient locations; we have wide, deep lots on
the Allegheny parks that are especially adapted
for such buildings. SAMUEL W. BLACK CO.,
99 Fourth ave. my21-5S-lTS
FOR SALE-MAPtEWOOD PARK-LOTS 40x
120. J. R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth are.
FOB SALE-HOMESTEAD LOTS-10 EXTRA
choice lots In the Homestead plan, 60x110, to
an alley; reduced prices on all these lots. Call on
BLACK ft UAlilD, 95 Fourth are. my20-7
FOR SALE-INGRAM STATION-4 VERY
choice acre plots, overlooking the Chartlers
valley and only ten minutes' walk from tbe sta
tion; tbe cream of locations for a suburban home;
S rices very low and terms to suit D. P. THOMAS
CO., 403 Grant street mylS-41-rrS
FOR SALK MAPLEWOOD PARK, WIL
KINSBURG, laid out by Geo. S. Martin; ele
gant building lots, 40x120 and 40x240:150 to 8400
each; 10 to 820 down, balance 81 to S3 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 dally; call on the
agents, who will payyour fare and take you to see
the grounds. J. R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth
FOR SALE-65 ACRES GOOD LEVEL LAND,
well fenced, 4 miles from Pittsburg, brick
house 7 rooms, frame barn, 40x150. stone spring
bouse outbuildings, fine orchard, etc., ft!. 500,
iZD. WITT1SH, 410 Grant St., Pittsburg. mylS-D
FOR SALE-ATLANTIC CITY.N. J.-HOTELS,
boarding houses, cottages, lots and bath
houses to let or for sale by I. G. ADAMS & CO.,
real estate agents. Atlantic City. N. J. my20-24-D
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
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
WOE SALE A FIRST-CLASS BOARDING
X1 house, doing a good business, and well
located In the heart or tbe city : will sell at a bar
gain. C. BERIN GER & SON, 103 Fourth ave
FOR SALE-GROCERY WITH EXTENSIVE
cash business; fine room in best location;
nice fresh stock; Invoice ft 600; rare opening;
making money fast C. H. FOLSOM, Lima. O.
FOR SALE-BOOT, SHOEAND GENTS' FUR
NISHING store rorsale, in a nearby growing
manufacturing town, doing a cash business: good
reasons given for selling. JAB. W. DRAPE &
CO.. 129 Fdurtb ave., Pittsburg. my21-58-TTS
FOR SALE-GOOD PAYING BUSINESS FOR
lady that can sew for about 8L000: neat little
confectionery and lec cream business, 1200: bakery
with horse and wagon, (400; stores of all kinds;
100 business chances. SHEPABD & CO.. 54 Fifth
ave. . my3
FOB SALE A CHANCE SELDOM OFFERED
one of tbe best cigar, periodical and gents'
furnishing stores In the city: business last year,
J 12.000; this can be bought low, considering the
no business location, it Is. J. C. REILLY. 77
Diamond st. my21-78
TTIOR SALE GROCERY RAREST OPPOR
X? TUN1TX: situated on best business street In
Allegheny; doing a N o. 1 paving business: will
leu at invuicu or jurap; guuu oarfcaiii u sola im-
F. H.. Allegbeny'P. O.
meaiaieiy. as-owner is moving nest.
FOR BALE-OR EXCHANGE-HOTEL PARK.
Brldgewater: brick hotel 32 rooms, doing
profitable business; In first-class order. Address
P. O. BOX 4191 Pittsburg. myl7-65-TUFBU
FOB SALE-HOTEL FURNITURE WITH
large transient trade: fine new modern
house furnished throughout: large bar business;
rare chance; price 85.500: on easy payments; In
this growing city. C. H. FOLSOM, Lima. O.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Honed. Vehicles. Live Stock, dc.
FOB SALE-EXCELLENT FAMILY HORSE,
with barouche and harness In good order, to
be sold for Want of use: will sell horse separately.
Address OWNER Dispatch office. my21-53
Machinery and Metals.
T7KJR SALE-2 HORIZONTAL ENGINES. 18x2"
J 1 Ball engine 1 small dynamo and 2 lamps and
meat choppers, rendering kettles, etc. VELTE &
MCDONALD, Penn ave,
cor. Thirty-second st.
FOR BALE NO. 9 PULSOMETER PUMP,
with all necessary fixtures for same: capacity
1,000,000 gallons In 24 nonrs;ln useonlv one week:
will be sold cheap. Address STEUfiENVlLLE
IJION AND STEEL CO., Steubenvllle Ohio.
Offices, aU kinds or Elgin, Walthard and
Springfield watches at SO cents on the dollar: guar
antee given with each watch. N. UALLINGER,
1106 and 1200 Penn ave P. S. V atch repairing a
CON8UMEYOUR OWN GARBAGE IN
stoves and ranges while using the same for
cooking, or any other purpose, by using the
Eureka Garbage Burner. For illustrative cir
cular, containing full information, call on or
8 Sut Diamond street
j3-aS7rra Allegheny, Pa.
Cltv Residences. '
TO LET-A 4 BOOMED HOUSE ON ANN ST.
near Gist Inquire at 275 Fifth enne.
WILLIAM ENDER, my2I-.6,
TO LET-MY HOUSE; THIRTEEN ROOMS,
at Laurel Station, Ft Wayne road, all mod
ern Improvements, stable and carnage house, two
acres ground, with liver view. Inquire on prem
ises, or at 219 Lacock street Allegheny. WJJ.T.
TO LET-NO. 101 FAYETTE" ST., ALLE
GHENY, brick house 8rooms: late Improve
ments; rent low. W. A. HfcRKON SONS. 80
Fourth ave. . my21-l-JtTur
TO LET-NO. 92 AVERY ST., NEAR THE
parks: brick house 8 rooms: late lmprove-
metats; at 835 per month.
eu ouna sve
TO LET-IN THE SECOND WARD, ALLE
GHENY Brick bouso of 6 rooms and finished
attic; bath, range both gases, halL cellaretc:
no water rent ALEXANDER LEE, 313 Wood
TOLET-NO. 188 JACKSON ST.-A HOUSE OF
eliht rooms: modern conveniences: rent 830;
Immediate possession : It will beputlngopd re-
air for good tenant. Inquire or A. I). Yt ILSOJI,
Federal St., Allegheny. cy21-40
TO LET-FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
kitchen, separate Ice boxes, sewlni machines,
folding beds, tableware. elc.;bedantftablewash
lngfree. 41 LOGAN ST. my21-43
mo LET-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS FOB
X housekeeping; natural gas: bedand table
.washing done Free. 164 FOURTH AVE. Apply
basement 143 FOURTH AVE. my2I-8
Offices. Desk Room. See.
TO LET-OFFICES TWO FRONT ROOMS ON
tourth floor In the new addition to tbe Lewis
Block. Inquire at 402 LEWIS BLOCK. my2I-3S
TO LET-A HOUSE AND STOREROOM AT
corner orTunnel st. and Webster ave. No.
43. Inquire on PREMISES. my21-47
PERSON AL-IF YOU WISH TO BORROW
money on watches. Jewelry, clothing or musi
cal goods call at GALLINGEB'S MONEY LOAN
OF ICES, 1106 and 1200 Penn ave. mya-27
PERSONA L-BOOK3 WANTED IF YOH
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth tt0O4 let us know: we will buy one as
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK STORE,
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. my3-28
PERSONAL WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE,
mother or daughters In repairing and clean
ing your old clothes, when It can be donemra
trifle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood st, second floor? Charges moderate:
facilities unsurpassed: suits made to order; spring
styles now ready, -telephone 1558. mh8
J PROPOSALS FOR ORDNANCE SUP
PLIES. Allegheny Arsenal, Pittsburg,
ennsylvania, May 21, 18S9. Sealed proposals,
in triplicate will be received until 1 o'clock
p. M. on FRIDAY. JUNE 2L JS89. for furnish
ing Iron, coal, lumber, leather, fuel, forage,
etc, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 189a
Printed lists of supplies needed, with full in
struction?, stipulations, eta, can be had on ap
plication to MAJOR GEO. W. McKEE. Ord.
Dept, U. S. Aw commanding:
TTENTION, MECHANICS !
The plans and specifications for tbe new
building of the German Lutheran Church at
Sharpsburg (Rev. K. Walz) are now ready for
bids, and can be seen at the architect's house,
Mr. J. George, on
SEVENTH STREET, SHARPSBURG,
The building Is not to be let as one contract
the Building Committee having decided to let
each branch in a separate contract; all bids to
be In by JUNE 10, 1889. my21-45
SEALED PROPOSALS, IN TRIPLICATE,
will be received at this office until noon, lo
cal time, Thursday, May 23, 1889. tor furnishing
the labor and material required in constructing
a snagboat. Specifications will be furnished
bidders on application, and detailed drawings
can be examined and all necessary Information
obtained at this office Proposals will only be
considered from those who can give satisfac
tory evidence of their ability to construct the
boat as required and in the time specified. The
United States reserves the right to reject any
or all bids. The attention of bidders is invited
to the acts of Congress approved February 26.
1SS5, and February 23, 1887, vol. 2a page 332, and
vol.24, page 414, Statutes at Large. D. W.
LOCICWOOD, Major of Engineers, U. S. AM
U. S. Engineer Office, Custom House, Cincin
nati, Ohio, April 23, 1889.
PROPOSALS FOR STEEL CASTINGS
FOR "DUNN" ANCHOR. April 27. 1889.
Sealed proposals, indorsed "Proposals for
Steel Castings," will be received at the Bureau
of Provisions and Clothing, Navy Department
"Washington, D. C. until 11 o'clock a. k., MAY.
25, 1889, and publicly opened immediately there
after, for six (f) steel castings (estimated
weight 21,420 pounds) of crown and flukes of
"Dunn" anchor, to be delivered at Navy Yard,
Boston, Mass. Drawings, blank proposals with
specifications, and all necessary Information,
will be furnished by the Bureau upon applica
tion. Tie bids decided by lot The Depart
ment reserves the tight to reject any proposal
not deemed advantageous to the Government
JAMES FULTON, Paymaster General, U. S.
Pittsburg. May 14. 1889.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at the office of the City Control
ler until 2 P. aron MONDAY, May 20,1889,
for furnishing Ice to the several bureaus In the
Department of Public Safety for, the ensuing
year. Further information can be i obtained
upon application at the general office of said
Department. Bonds in double the amount of
bid must accompany each proposal, said bonds
to be probated before the Mayor or City Cleric
The Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject amy or all bids.
J. O. BROWN.
Chief of the Department of Public Safety.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Healed proposals will be received at the
office of City-Controller until Wednesday, the
29th day of May, A. D. 1889, at 2 P. K.,f or the fol
Penn avenue, from Fifth avenue to City Line.
Forbes street from Brady to Boyd streets.
Sixth avenue, from Wylle avenne westwazd
ly. First avenne, from Smithfield street to Grant
Butler street from Forty-ninth street to
Fif ty-flrst street
Eighth street from Penn avenue to Liberty
Ninth street from Penn avenue to Liberty
Liberty avenne, from Smithfield street east
wardly. Cherry alley, from Third avenue to Water
State alley, from Wylle avenue to Fifth ave
nne Scott alley, from Penn avenue to Dnqnesne
way. ' i
Garrison alley, from Fayette street to Lib
erty avenue .
Barker's alley, from Duquesne way to Lib
Church alley, from Sixth avenue to Straw
Slocnm alley, from Penn avenue to Liberty
Strawberry alley, from Smithfield street to
GRADING, PAVIN O AND CURBING.
Halket street, from Filth avenue to Wllmot
Herrota avenne, fspm Center avenue to Thirty-third
Boquet street from Semple street to Frazier
Denniston avenue, from Fifth avenue to
Penn avenue. -
Atwood street, from Fifth avenue to Boquet
Center avenue, from Soho street to Hiland
PAVING AND CDBBrNO.
Stanton avenne, from Hiland avenue to
Cord.iv alley, from Pearl to Cedar streets.
The paving of the above named streets to be
eitber vAtu Block Stone, Standard Sheet
Asphalt Vulcanite Asphalt Irregular Block
Stone or Cobble Stone, and bids will be re
ceived lor each kind of pavement
Center avenue from Summit near Allquip
pa, to Reed street, 18. 20-Inch pipe, 3 feet and 3
feet 6 Inch: brief and stone
Denniston avenue, from Fifth avenue to
Shakespeare street: 20 and 21-inch nirie.
Stanton avenue, Viola alley and private prop
erty ot Henry Janson and Mellon Bros., from
tbe west side of Hiland avenue to Negley run;
18, 20 and 21-inch pipe.
Mignonette street from Necley avenue to
Beatty street; 15 and IS Inch pipe
Penn avenuo and Hraddock avenue from
Iandon avenne to Susquehanna street: 15, 13,
20 and 24-inch pipe
Harvard street, from Negley avenue to
Enclid avenue; 15-inch pipe.
Plans and specifications can be seen and
blanks for bidding can be obtained at this
office " .
Proposals must be accompanied by a bond
probated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of the Department of Public Works.
81 AND 3 FIFTH AVENUE,
A JMOURNED SALE " J
JA. BY JAS. W. DRAPE A CO.
FREE RIDE TO
Clifton ave., Highland ave. and Center at, .
Close to terminus of Pleasant Valley car line,
and on tbe route of the projected electric cars,
adjoining Clifton incline plane, only 4 cents
fare to Pittsburg postofflce and Intermediate
These lots all lay nice on good streets and
present some of the finest DUildlng sites la
either dry, 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, etc.. ete
The sale will take place on TUESDAY
AFTERNOON. MAY 21, at 3 o'clock, on tho
Free tickets on Pleasant Valleycars to tho
property can be obtained from JOHN H. MO
CHEERY, 95 Fifth ave. or from
JAS. W. DRAPE & CO, Auctioneers,
myl6-3-MTT3 129 Fourth ave-Pittsburg;
AT AUCTION ELEGANT MOQUET,
velvet body and tapestry brussels and In
grain carpets, fine fnrmture etc., TUESDAY
MORNING, May 21, at 10 o'clock
Handsome group parlor suits In brocatella,
English rug; tapestries, plushes, silk and hair
cloth, sofas, lounges, Turkish couch, fancy
rockers, easy chairs, cabinets, brlc-a-brac.book-cases,
curtains, clocks, ornaments, pictures,
center tables, rugs, banging lamps, oak. walnut
and cherry suits, oval and square mirrors, pol
ished wood and marble tops, wardrobes, chairs,
decorated toilet ware,dresslng cases, bedsteads,
washstands, 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,springs.
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..
BY JAMES W. DRAPE fc CO.
Auction sale of
At 194 Fourth avenue Pittsburg, TUESDAY
AFTERNOON, May 21, at 2 o'clock. There ara
bedsteads, bedding, bureaus, washstands,
sofas, dining room furniture, tables, chairs,
etc. Terms cash.
JAS. W. DRAPE fc CO.. Auctioneers,
myl8-74-p 129 Fourth ave. Pittsburg:
EENBSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTI
TUTE. Troy, N. Y.
Examinations for admission to this, the old
est School of Engineering; in tbe United States,
will be held In Pittsburg, Pa., on June S.1S89.
Candidates will be examined in the following
subjects: Spelling.Engllsh grammar.geography,
arithmetic, algebra, through equations of tho
2d degree including radicals and in piano
geometry. The examinations will be wholly
written, and a fee of $5 will be required of each
candidate Candidates will report to Mr. W.
F.-Gronan, 813 Hamilton building.
D. M. GREENE, Director,
my!3-TT9 Troy. N. Y.
MAY NEW EXPOSITION
Tuesday Evening, May 21st.
1 Grand Centennial March Wagner
Written for the opening of the Philadelphia
2 Prelude, Choral and Fugue Bach
3 Scenes from "Die MeistersInger"....Wagne.
e. Walter's Prize Song, Herr Paul Eallscn
si Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, E flat
5 Hungarian Rhapsodle, No. 3 Liszt
6 Cavatlna from "Queen of Sheha" .Gounod
Miss Emma Jucb.
7 Largo for Orchestra Handel
Violin Solo Mr.MaxBendlxv
8 The Creation, First Part -.Haydn
Gabriel Miss Emma Juch.
Uriel Herr Paul Kallscb, .. J
Raphael '.Herr Emll Fischer.
Grand Chorus and Orchestra.
TICKETS N O W ON SALE
AT HAMILTON'S MUSIC STORE.
PRICES S3, 12, 11 and 50c according to Ion
The celebrated Steinway Grand Piano used
at the festival concerts. mfH
Thursday matinee and evening and Fri
day evening, May 23 and 24.
Reserved seats 75c, 60c and 25c.
Box office now open. my21
-1 RAND OPERA HOUSE
vX Every evenlne, matinees Wednesday and
Saturday, DOCKSTADER'S MAGNIFICENT
WeekMayZT.Willard Spenser's Comic Op
era, the "Little Tycoon." myl9-8
TTARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY
'lo-night matinees Tuesday, Thursday and
LEAVITTS LILLY CLAY CO.
Last week of the attractions. myl9-63
PICNIC GROVE FREE!
Only six miles from the 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, flue dancing
Tbe use of the grove will be given free to
Sunday schools, societies, lodges. OAR. posts,
private fetes, ete. the only charge being faro
on the steam elevator to and from the grounds.
For dates aud farther particulars apply to
J. H. DAWSON, Lacock street near Fed
eral street Allegheny, or to A.CLANEYon
tbe grounds. myll-15-D
M0N0NGAHELA AND OHIO RIVERS
Transportation & Excursion Co.,
Can be chartered for excursions, picnics and
eveningparties. Office, No. 118 WATER ST.
myll-40-TT3 L. N. CLARK. Captain.
S6.50O each, moderate cash payment balance)
$500 per annum, elegant new two-story and
mansard brick dwellings, 8 rooms, ball, bath,
laundry, slate mantel?, art fire places, tila
hearths, sliding doors, wired for electric light
fine chandeliers, both gases, plate glass win
dows, eta; Oakland Square, rive 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 asphaltnm;on each side of and
facing the park are the above described dwell
ings; most desirable houses yet offered; en
hancement of values sure SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave myll-39
FOR SALE, THIRD WARD, ALLEGHENY,
Near Federal street and the Park, having a
total frontage on threo streets of upward of
GOO feet It Is especially adapted for the build
ing of S and 6-room dwellings (the sizes most
sought for), which could be rented or sold very
profitably. SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO.. 99
Fourth avenue myl8-79-rra
We make a specialty of cleaning and dyeing
lace curtains; also dry cleaning Damask Turk
ish portiera and all kinds of fabrics.
Sixth Avenue Dve Works,
M. MAY SONS & Co.
ap2-TTS 66 SIXTH AVE.
George Hodgdon, Architect has removed to
his handsome new rooms. Safe Deposit Build
ing, 83 Fourth ave Take elevator to fifth
. OF LEXINGTON, KY.,
Has a lot ot nicely broken
BADDLE AND HARNESS HORSES
For aale at the Allegheny ,
EXPOSITION DRIVING PARK,
And will take mneh pleasure in showing the
same to ladles and gentlemen. I will remain
only a few days longer; myl5-4i
WMXTXRJ. OSBOTTRN-E. KTCHABD ttABBOWSL -
B ARROWS 4 OSBOURNE
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