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THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SONDAY, MAT 26, 1889.
Interesting: Experiences Among In
dians and Oklahoma Residents.
INTERVIEW WITH AN ARKANSAN,
Who Didn't Eeep His Claim Because He
'Wonldn't Shoot a Squatter.
THE MAGIC CITIES OP THE PRAIBIE8
rCOBIIEErOXDEKCE Or THE ISPATCII.l
Guxheie, May 25. On the 15th of May
I received a letter from Hon. A. M. "Wilson,
amember of the Cherokee commission, in
which he said: '"I have received no in
structions from the Interior Department,
but presume that I -will as soon as the
vacancy in onr commission is filled. I may
also mention that there are no commissioners
on the part of the Cherokees, and until there
are I presume a trip to Tahlequah by the
United States Commission would be use
less. Yet .we might be ordered there so far
as I know."
So I concluded it would be a matter of
some time until the commissioners would ar
rive in Tahlequah to negotiate with the In
dians, and, therefore, in company with Mr.
Stephen, the photographer, I set out upon
the journev "home" to Guthrie. Two
miles out from the pretty little capital of
the Cherokees we met a party of Osages who
were on their way to Tahlequah to meet in
council with the Cherokees regarding the
coming conference with the United States
Commissioners. The party consisted of Euzaa-Tah-"yv"ah-Tah-Inkah,Governor;Savey,chief
and "Xe-Kah-'Wah-Shin-Ten-Kah, leading
councilmen. and "W. P. Mathes, interpreter.
The Indians were a fine looking set ot men.
The two councilinen were especially fine
looking. They were six feet high and pro
portionately well formed. They wore long
hair, and had aquiline noses and small,
piercing black eyes. They had arrayed
themselves in all of their finery for this oc
casion it was to be a very"' courtly affair.
In crossing a pool ot water some mud was
splased on the chiet 's handsome blanket,
which seemed to annoy him very much.
He carefully brushed each particle of mud
from his blanket, and the party then
Mr. Matthews, the interpreter, told us
, that the Osages were, to a man, opposed to
selling their land to the Government, and
were also opposed to the allotment ot their
lands in severalty. They took the patents
to their lauds and other papers with them,
and were prepared for a fight.
About two miles southwest frrom Ft.
Gibson we arrived at Kevins Perry, upon
the bank of the Arkansas river, at the con
fluence of the Neosho and Verdigris. The
waves on the Arkansas were very high in
consequence of a gale which had been
blowing all day. On each bank of
the stream were encamped nearly
100 disgusted Oklahoma boomers on
their way home from the "beautiful land."
They were abject pictures of misery. Their,
traveling equipage was of the poorest kind;'
the horses all being very bony, and in some
cases the wagon tires and spokes were held
in place with wire and rope. The children
were all thin and sallow looking. I uoticed
one familv in particular that seemed to be
in a pitiable condition of destitution. The
head ot the family was hanging some
clothes on the bushes to dry. I went up to
him and said in the Oklahoma vernacular:
"Good moraine, neighbor. Might I ask
where you hail from?"
I don't know exactly why, but I half ex
pected to hear him say, "from Pike county.
Missouri." "Western writers have ever had
a peculiar penchant for naming Pike
county, Missouri, as the place of nativity
of all the long-legged,.'lank-haired, unfor
tunate wretches that infest the "Western
4,Conntry. I do not know why this should
.be bo. . True, they say her "sile" is a
"leetle too po to raise good cawn," but is
iliis any reason why the county should
give birth to all of the wind-galled, spav
ined, cock-eyed wretches that are extant.
AK ARKANSAS TEAVELEB.
But I was relieved when this man
answered, "I'm from Arkansas." I asked
him where he was going, and he answered
"Goin home. Got any chewin?"
I was at first a little puzzled to know what
kind of "chewin' " he wanted. He looked
like he would be helped some if he could
chew a piece of meat; but I concluded it was
tobacco he wished, and told Rogers, our
stage driver, to give him a "chaw." From
the "chaw' he cot his inspiration for this
talc, which he abbreviated, like he was dic
tating a telegram:
""Went down with my folks to Purcell
five weeks ago come Sunday; left old woman
and kids in camp and sneaked through the
line and picked out claim on South Cana
dian rivah; then sneaked back to family.
On22d, just as soon as the bugle blew, I
flew like a bird, on my hoss, down to the
South Canadian end and 'down to claim.
Some dura fule was plowin' and sowin'
marifat peas. It made me mad as the
dickens. I jus' got right up on myeah.
Savs I to him, Ton git right ofPn my
" 'Taint yours,' says he, impudent like.
"'Ms,' says I.
" 'Let's see you take it,' says he, and the
dura fule pulled a gun out'n his pants 'bout
so' long." (He indicated on his arm a
measurement of about two feet) "I never
said no more to the dog-gone fellah ; went
back to family. He kin have his dura Ian.
'Taint no good anyhow."
Then my unfortunate boomer addressed
Sogers, our driver, in the following words,
"Say, stage drivah, I'm kind o' skittish
about crossing this watah. "Wheh you all
goin' to be to-maw mawn? I'll fie here
right early I 'spect"
BETTTBlf IN G TO GUTHBIE.
Bogers told hin that the waves would go
down with the sun, and that they could
cross during the night. "We lay under the
shade of the cotton wood trees and read
Stephan and I did. Bogers had a horse
pistol and a box of cartridges. His pistol
was a "44" it shot a young cannon ball.
Eogers spent his morning in shooting at
About two hours after sundown the
waves subsided and we crossed in sutettr
and reached Muscogee, where we stayed all
night "We arrived at Oklahoma City on
the evening of the 19th. after an uneventful
" 5,? jakgoing journey over the prairies.
The Santa Fe train pulled into Oklahoma
City just as we arrived at'the station. There
were a number of importuning hackmen
and a score of hotel "runners," each crying
out the merits of his house in true metro
politan style. .Kewsboys were crving out:
'"Here's your Oklahoma Chief; all about
the, new city ordinancel" Oklahoma City
is surely a precocious infant. Only a
inonth old, ana yet she assumes the airs of
-At Guthrie we found everything so
changed from the town of ten days ago, that
we were bewildered and could scarcely pick
-ur way to the site where we had left our
'Sect, and when we did reach the locality
our tent had been removed, and on the
premises was a two-story frame house, which
was occupied by a madam from Kansas
City. We did not contest her proprietor
ship of the location, but set out upon a
search for our old friends and acquaint
ances. "We wandered about the city lor sev
eral hours, aseing wose we met ll they had
seen anything of our friends, but they shook
their heads and smiled at ns as they took in
our 'dusty and wear-worn appearauce.
A TOW2T TBANSFOBMED.
Sew streets had been opened and old ones
stopped op, and where tents had formerly
stood were now erected substantia frame
houses. Everything was so changed from
the Guthrie ot ten days ago that we lelt like
old Sip Van "Winkle must have felt after
awakening from his 20-rears' sleep. The
population of Guthrie has fallen off to about
6.000 inhabitants, but these are all
bona fide settlers, and it is likely
there will be a healthy growth of the
town from this time forward. Wooden
houses have taken the place of tents inmost
instances, and while the town does not pre
sent the picturesque appearance often days
ago, everything indicates a more substantial
condition of affairs. The streets are being
paved. Great rocks are blasted out with
giant powder, at the imminent peril of the
lives of the Guthreyites.
There is much dissatisfaction expressed
over the manner in which the city authori
ties are administering public affairs. A new
election will be held on the 7th ot June.
THE C0NTBACT TO BE LET.
Work on Ibe First Ward Parochial School
Will be Begun Next Week.
Bev. Father Sheedy stated yesterday that
the contract for the new parochial school
building on Penn avenue would bo let next
As soon as the contract is given out the
work will bepushedlocompletion. An effort
will be made to have the building ready for
occupancy at the beginning of the school
year in September. The plans have already
been published in The Dispatch.
GREAT CLEARING OUT SALE.
A Reduction of 30 to 40 Per Cent lo All De
partments. Carpets Reduced.
To make room for a big stock of new
goods, which will be coming in soon, we an
nounce a great clearing out sale for the next
two weeks. The crices have been reduced
from 30 to 40 per cent in all departments.
The stock was all bought new this spring,
and the bargains to be obtained during this
clearing out sale cannot be duplicated again
Although we had an immense trade in
remnants last week, there are still-plenty of
patterns large enough to carpet almost any
sized room vet to be tound on the first floor.
The remnants run from 10 to 40 yards; and
the prices run wild.
Odds and ends of lace and turcoman cur
tains, all go at remnant prices.
627 and 029 Penn avenue.
Mothers, Read This.
Hendricks & Co., 68 Federal st. Alle-
cheny, will present to. the mother of the
handsomest child, from 2 to 5 years, having
its photograph taken at their gallery dur
ing the month of .Tune, a handsome lite-size
crayon portrait, framed in an eleeant gold
frame, complete. They will also photograph
for one week, commencing May 27. every
baby under two years of nge free of charge.
Every mother will lie presented with a pho
tograph of her baby. Don't miss this chance.
Brine your baby and come early to avoid
the rus'h, rain or shine, to 68 Federal St.,
I Guess Not, Well I Guess Not.
After getting married everything goes
along swimmingly between husband and
wife until he asks her to repair his clothes,
which causes her to remark, "Well, I guess
not, I guess not." Why not take them to
Dickson, the Tailor, of C5 Fifth ave., cor.
Wood st., second floor, who will make them
look like new at a trifle? Telephone 1558.
Homes of American Heroes,
Those magnificent, artistic and costly Me
morial Day souvenirs, distributed yesterday
to all purchasers of $1 worth (or more) of
goods at Xaufmanns', will again be given
away to-morrow. Don't fail to get one.
Don't DHss Grocizlnger's Clenrlng Ont Sale.
All carpets, rugs, lace and turcoman
curtains reduced from 30 to 40 per cent.
We want the room for new goods. Rem
nants of carpets 10 to 40 yards long at less
than half price. Nos. 627 and 629 Penn
California claret wine.
California hock wine.
California sherry wine.
California port wine.
For sale by the gallon or case at G. TV".
Sehmidt's, Nos. 95 and 97 Fifth avenue.
For summer furnishing. Special patterns
adapted for the hot season. Most suitable
goods for campmeetings, lawn fetes and ex
cursion parties. P. C. Schoeneck,
711 Liberty street.
Excursion to Ohio Pyle on')ecorntlon Day.
$1 60 round trip. Train leaves Baltimore
and Ohio depot at 8 A. M., city time.
Xow is the time to sit for cabinet photos,
and the place to go is to Peai-son's, where
you are sure to get the full value for your
Parents Take Note.
Guskv's will offer this week some 400 ele
gant Jersey suits at 2 25, $3 00, 3 5q, 4 25
and 55 00. Now if your fancy runs to
dressing your boy in a Jersey suit (and it is
truly a beautiful suit), be advised bv us to
come and see what we're offering. "Youjll
never regret it.
Electric Bine Suits,
"Worn by the finest dressers, and obtainable
only from tailor shops heretofore, at a cost
of from $35 to $15,are now on sale, all ready
to put on and not discernible from the finest
custom work, at Kaufman ns', Fifth avenue
and Smithfield street, for less than half the
regular tailors' prices. Ho other store in
the city has them.
filWTfJ THE BEj?T
To the yolks of three eggs, beaten, add
one cup white sugar, -one-half cup butter,
one-halt cup sweet milk, two cups flour
having in it one measure "Banner" Baking
Powder, the whites of .three e?gs, beaten
stiff; bake in jelly-cake pans; when cold
and just before eating, place in layers, cov
ering each one with strawberries which have
previously been sugared. This cake is de
licious with any kind of fresh fruit.
STRAWBERRY SHORT CAKE.
Take one pound of flour;mix well through
it one and a half measures "Banner" Bak
ing Powder; add two teaspoonfuls of salt;
then rub in one-half pound shortening; add
with a spoon one-half pint sweet milk, bake
in jelly-cake pans; when cold, and just be
fore eating, place in layers, covering each
one with strawberries which have previous
ly been sugared.
There are multitudes of families through
out the land who have used the old reliable
Banner Baking Powder with perfect sue
cess for almost a quarter of a century.
Amateur bakers and even quite small cjsil-
uicu uo ucnguuui cases wim it, yjraer
a pound can with the Banner BeciparBook
from your grocer. s
Now is the section to keep
on hand aX supply of
HOUSE "SCOUBFJrTE" la rfn sll
CLEANING your spring cleaning. There
WITH is no kifiown article for K
SCOUBENE cents tbat will so help
do it 4
S3-Display advertisements one dollar per
square for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, rfo, ten cents per line for each inter-,
tion, and none taken for less than fifty cents
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following placeo,
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 Xbx DIS
THOMAS MCCAFFREY. 3&,9 Bntler street.
KMIL G. BTUCKEY, nth s'trcet and Penn are.
E. G. STUCKEY A CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton It.
N. STOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market Hoase,
J. W. WALLACE. 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER & SHEHJLER,5thaT. AtTTOOd It.
JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Carson street
CHAS. SCHWABM, 1707 Carson strert.
A. J. KAERCIIEK. S9 Federal street.
H. J. McBKIDE. Federal and Ohio streets.
FREDH. EGGERS. 17; Ohio street.
F. H. EGGERS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut its.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENKY, Western and Irwin aTes.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Bearer ares.
PERRY M. OLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
, DInle Ilclo.
"TTTANTED-TWO TAILORS AT G. MUEL-
V LER'S, Main street. Clarion, Pa. my2S-93
VV CHARLES GRUR1SS, Sharpsbur?,
WAMTED-THREE GOOO COOPERS FOR
beer keg work Apply 1220 BREED ST..
TTANTEO-AT ONCE ONE GOOD BROOM
VV MAKER. APDly at R. DICKEY & CO. 'S.
77 Water st.
-T7A. N T E D ACTIVE CANVASSERS. TO
JrV make from $15 to 820 a week. Applv at 412
"TTTANTED-DRUG CLERK-ONE HOLDING
tv manager's certificate. Apply or address
L, E. HEWITT, 89 Fulton St., city: my2S-78
WANTED A FEW FIRST-CLASS BRASS
molders on fine dried work. Apply to
DAYTON MFG. CO., Dayton. O. myM-47
"TTTANTED-TWO CARRIAGE TRIMMERS:
highest wages to right men. TDOS. S.
O'NEDJ&CO.. 5S21-5KBPennave..E.E. mv2S-24
-rvTANTEn-A YOUNG MAN AS STENOGRA
vV PHER. Address In own handwriting, also
giving age. A. B. N., Dispatch office. my26-l9
TTANTED-THREE MEN TO SELL MIRRORS
vV and plctnres' good wages guaranteed. Call
after 9, 547 L1BERTYST.. Boom No. 3. my26-7
WANTED-A MAN FOR DRIVER AND
gardener. East End: German preferred;
reference required. CaU No. 108 MARKET ST.
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED RETAIL
Clothing salesman, to goto a neighboring
town. Apply to J. KLEE & CO., SU Liberty st.
tttanted Agents to srcr.T. ross nrr.
V V TEKS: steady work: ew make SI8 to 124 per
week. PITTSBURG BITTERS CO., Firth ave.
-TVTANTED COATMAKER ONE WHO
V plays clarionet preferred. J AS. W.
SYPHER, Merchant Tailor, Leader Opera House
orchestra, Latrobe. Pa. my26-ll
WANTED-TWO GOOD COLLECTORS: A
good opportunity to the right man. Apply
to E. PRITCHARD, over Koch drugstore, corner
Twelfth and Carson st. my26-92
WANTED AGENTS SAMPLE DOOR
'check 6ent free; Immense: unrivaled:
sales unparalleled: !12 a day; write qnlck. 11KO
HARD, Clarksburg, W. Vs. mv2S-31
WANTED AN ARCHITECTURAL
draughtsman and a young man who has
had some experience In tracing and copylnjr.
dress ARCHITECT, Dispatch office. my:
WANTED-A GOOD RELIABLE AGENT
traveling through Ohio and West Virginia
to carry flavoring extracts as a side Issue; large
Inducements. Address BAY CHEMICAL CO.,
Kittannlng, Pa. my2J-7-Su ,
WANTED SINGLE YOUNG MAN WHO
has some knowledge of gardening. Must
understand care or cow and chickens. Relerences
required. Call on PERCY F. SMITH, Printer. 85
Virgin alley. . my26-lS
"TJANTED-AGENTS-WEPAYS3 PER DAY
TV to those who are willing to work andean
give good references; situation permanent If ser
vices are satisfactory. Address C S. R. Co., 78
Btete St.. Chicago, 111. my26-30-sn
WANTED AGENTS HILL'S MANUAL,
new and revised edition, will be out In a
few days: agents should now get their outfits:
Only to be had from P. J. FLEMING & CO., 77
Diamond st., Pittsburg, Pa.
TXTANTED-1NDUSTBIAL INSURANCE MEN
v v Only first-class men of experience; easiest
company to work: policies in immediate benefit;
13 times. 20 per cent and no lapses to mako jrood.
WALTER Ho WE, Room 4, McCanjce block, Pitts
TfTTJANTED-A COMPETENT AND EXPERI
V ENCED man to act as nurse and hospital
steward In an Institution outside of the city;
salary S360 per annum, with board and washing;
must come well recommended. Address STEW
ARD, Dispatch office. my22-29
TJANTED-BAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
V V COLLEGE, 4 Sixth street. Pittsburg. Pen
manship, bookkeeping, eclectic shorthand, type
writing, arithmetic, etc., thoroughly taught for
85 .er month; Instruction private for both sexes;
open through summer, day and evening.
XTTANTED-A GOOD SINGER AND COM
T EDIAN: one who plays either the banjo
or guitar and understands horses a little; long en
gagement for a good man: salarv sure, but low;
work casv: no booser or masher need apply. Ad
dress PROF. J. F. KUMS, Panama Oil Co..
Bntler, Pa. uijix-29
-TTJANTED-AGENTSTO SELL AND EVERY
VV BODY to use Dr. O'Keefe's Liver Pills.
Cold or Catarrh Pills. Cough Pills. Diarrhea Pills.
Dyspepsia Pills, Rheumatism Pills, Headache
PlllS Skin Eruption Pills. Neuralgia Pills, Piles
Pills. 2S cents; laree bottles, fi: sent postage
paid. DR. O'KEEFE i. C ., Homeopathic Chem
ists. 34 Fifth ave. and 428 peun ave., Pittsburg.
TITANTED-TWO GOOD BOOKKEEPERS:
V. V first-class permanent positions: all appll-
cations must be In Monday evening; also younir
man with experience as stenocrnpher and writer
on t;emine'ton:must pea gooa ana rapid penman,
COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTING AGENCY. 163
Fifth avenue, opposite Court House. Business
and professional men requiring bookkeepers,
stenographers, typewriters, salesmen, clerks, or
office help of any clerical character, should come
to us befif re advertising: If we haven't anything
on our list that suits them we will advertise spec
ially f reelof charge. my26-77
X Female Help.
XITANTEDGIRL GENERAL HOUSEWORK
VV In smalWamlly. 815 TRY ST., Shadyslde,
XTTANTED-GIKL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
VT wokh; lanjuyoi lour, no PAGE ST.
ANTED-ASfiWING GIRL FOR PRIVATE
family outside, the city; constant employ
ment: must come well recommended. Address
GRAY", Dispatch offie Jny25-18
-rTTANTED-25SALKSI.AllES FOR OUR VAH
VV IOUS departments; only those having ex
perience need applvA DANZlGER & SHOEN
BERG, Sixth st. and Plenn ave. iny26-21 i
WANTED WOMAN COOK FOR SMALL
summer hotel nearcltr: cood wares. Knn.
but experienced cook Heed answer; also laundress.
Address for 3 days, HliTEL, Dispatch office.
-TTTANTED-A FEW BRIGHT YOUNG MEN
TV and ladles for city; also, one local agent in
every town in Westerjn Pennsylvania, to repre
sents New York weettlv lonrnal: frnmiUfAt;.
dav easily made; no drones need answer. "ONCE
A.VEEK," room 2, 1C36 Penn ave. my20-47
TTTANTED-AG EN JTS-SEND ONE DIM E AND
VV one lc stamp Mr book containing rare op
portunities for lady land gentlemen agents: tells
how to be a successfun agent: your name circulated
among those wishingagents; thousands started In
business. AGENTS? HELPER, Willoughbv. O,.
Box 78. I myij-20
WANTED-AGKNTS. MEN OR WOMEN, TO
sell Missouri Steam Washer to families: ar
guments In its favor numerous and convincing;
sales made- without difficulty; profits large; sent
on two weeks' trlftL to be returned at my expense
lr not satisfactory: write for Illustrated circular
and terms. JmORTH, 54 Beekman, N. Y.
TED-POSITION BY EXPFRTF.KPB'n
crman waiter: sneaks Enrllsh and (,.!,
address W. N. Dispatch office. niy26-20
NTED-BY MAN POSTED IN PAINT.
ERS' and artists' supplies, situation as
warehouseman or cierk. Address BRUSHES.
DLipatcb office. rov23-00
ANTED - SITUATION AS A HOUSE-
at.sirj!.KJor a wiaower o
bv a resnerTahtA
lady of experience,
WANTEO-SITUATION BY A REGISTERED
pharmacist .of many years city experi
ence: speaks German and English, compe
tent to take charge of store. Address, "MOXIE,"
Dispatch office. my26-26
WANTED-A BUSINESS MAN AND WIFE
without children would care Tor a gentle
man's home during the summer months for the
nse of It: satisfactory reference given. Address
N. C, Dispatch office. my25.13
WANTED -ENGAGEMENT TO PREPARE
advertisements, pamphlets and original
poetry, by an experienced Journalist, historian
and descriptive writer; terms moderate. Address
Q. N., ITS Sandusky st Allegheny, Pa. my-jg-n
WANTED-SITUATION AS CLERK IN BANK
or attorney's office. Address W. B.. Dl
patch ofilce. mrsa-lia
-TTTANTED-SITUATION AS COACHMAN;
V would make himself useful. AddressO.P;,
Dispatch office. myiS-llT
"TTTANTEO-A SITUATION AS CHILD'S
TV nurse bran experienced woman. Inquire
aviBinuuuisun di. Aucgueny,
YXTANTED-A PARTNER IN A SAFE AND
TV reliable manufactuiins: business; more
capital being required to meet demands of the
trade. Address PRODUCER, Dispatch office.
WANTED-A PARTNER WITH FROM 1,200
to f I. COO capital to Invest In one of .the best
Uvcry, boarding and sale stables In the two cities:
must be n single man with good reference; none
other need apply. Address LIVERY, Dispatch
Boarders and Lodeer.
XTTANTEUBOARDERS FOB LARGE ELE-
W OANTLY furnished rooms: table first class;
use or bath, etc Address HOME, East Liberty
wife, or two gentlemen can obtain board
ing In private family In East End by addressing
B.D. A.. Dispatch office. my26-12
WANTED-TWO GENTLEMEN TO OCCUPY
large room In East End, with board. In re
fined family; within one block of either cable.
Address L, Dispatch office. my29-lM
WANTED-BOARDEHS ANYONE WISH
ING boarding In the country can have
?ood healthy place IX miles south of Ohio Pyle,
or terms apply to J. tl. SCUAEFER, Ohio Pyl.
XTTANTED-SUMMER BOARDERS IN THE
V V East End: bouse large, rooms pleasant, lo
cation convenient to cable cars and P. R.K.;
terms reasonable. Address H. P. L., East Liber
ty P. O. myS8-93
-TTTANTED-SUMMER BOARDERS AT DEN
VV NlbON, o., '2 ml. from station: neatly
furnished house, good piano, dally mall, large
sliady grounds, good fruit, etc Address L.
KADERLY, Dennlson, O. mv23-33
VV or married couple can be accommodated
with board at a farmhouse 20 minutes' walk irom
station. 8 miles from city. For particulars ad
dress J. L. Y., Dispatch office. my26-17
Booms. Houses, Etc
TTTANTED-PART OR WHOLE fNOTLARGE)
VV furnished house for summer months or
permanently. Address P. O. BOX 118, Allegheny.
WANTED-A FURNISHED HOUSE NEAR
the city, for the summer mouths; parties
leaving home during the summer can hear of a
care fuT and l
ilandnromni navlnp tenant bv addressing
P.O. BOX 61, Pittsburg. Kefelence given and re-
VtJANTED-TO LOAN MONEY AT 5 AND
VV 6 per cent free of tax.
114 Fourth ave.
-TT7-ANTED-MORTGAGES-MONEY TO LOAN
VV In sums to suit at 4K. 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. TeL 1(7.
WANTED-RENTS TO COLLECT-MONTHLY
settlement, with Itemized statement.
L. O. FRAZIER, Forty-fifth and Butler sts.
WANTED-RENTS COLLECTED PROMPT
LY: property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES Si BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
-TTTANTED-A PARTY HAVING READY
VV money would like to Invest In any sure
business enterprise. Address N. D., Dispatch of
VV In large and small amounts at 4fe. oandC
per cent, free of State tax; no delay. REED B.
COYLE& CO., 1M Fourth ave. my21-60
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON MORT
GAGES on Improved real estate In sums of
S500 and upward, at 4M, Sand 6 per cent; money
a, v. Drt.&&i.r.K, eonj'
uiiu auu cuiier sis.
-TTT ANTED MORTGAGES-SI, 000, 000TO LOAN
V V on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
6 per cent, and on larms In Allegheny and anla
cent counties at 6 per cent. 1. M. PENNOCK
SON, 105 Fourth avenue. ap7-Hl
TTTANTED-PARTIES DESIRING INVEST-
VV MEM'S In real estate to call on us. as wo
have several good properties that will pay from S
to 10 per cent rausrlncr
price from SIC, CO) to fSO,
000. SPEfiCER & GLOSSER, 419 Smithfield St.
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY WE HAVE
over one million dollars to loan on city and
suburban property at 4 per cent; no tax: we
will also loan money on improved farms In Alle
gheny, Beaver, Fayette, Washington and West
moreland countles;any marketable security taken
for loans of any amount. BLACK & BAIRD, 95
Fourth ave. Je3-a9-su
-TTTANTED-SOME S CCoND-HANDED SHOW
VV cases In good condition. Address K. & M.,
Dispatch office. my6-ls
WANTED-CASH PAID FOR ALL SECOND
HAND furniture, pianos, etc. THOMAS
& CO..-2S13 Penn ave. xnyl6-95
WANTED-10,000 GERMAN CARP FISH TO
be caught at ED SMITH'S FISH POND.
Frankstown ave., East End. Terms, 60c for 3
WANTED-LADIES TO KNOW HAUGH &
Kecnan repair, reflnlsh or upholster old
furniture promptly and In the best possible man
ner. 33 AN DM WATER ST. 'Phone 1625. my9-82
WANTED MEN LEARN THE ART OF
gentlemen's garment cutting; no trying
on required: nlgnt sessions Monday, Wednesday
and Saturday, 7to9F. M., 514 Wood St. URLlNte
XTJANTED-EVERYBOD Y TO GET ONE DOZ.
TV fino cabinet photos for 99 cents at
AUFKEOHT'SELITE GALLERY, M6 Market St.,
Plttsbnrg, Pa., for 30 days only; elevator: come,
rain or shine: bring children. myS-llt
WANTED-OORRESI'ONDENCE BY B. .B.
MCCONNAUGHY, Real Estate Broker.
Johnstown. Pa., who respectrully solicits corres
pondence from any person desiring to Invest. In
real estate or mortgages; best of references given.
WANTED-CUSTOMERS FOR CASH BAR
GAINS Elgin, sllverlnewatcnes. S5,7, S3;
Elgin gold ladles' watches, S20, S23, 825; nickel
clocks 75 cts.: 1847 Rogers' knives and forks, 81 5
per set. JOHN MITSC'H, Jeweler, 130 Federal st.
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 81 60 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: Instan-
WANTKD-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. GALLINGER'S MONEY LOAN
OFFICE. 1200 Penn ave. my21-27
WANTED LADIES TO KNOW THAT
Thorp's tailor system or dress catting, so
well known, is both simple and reliable; makes'
dressmaking a pleasure Instead or a task: waist
and skirt patterns cut to order. NO. 2 SIXTH
ST., close to Suspension bridge. my22-14-wvsa
WANTED-EVERYBODY TO KNOW THAT
HENDRICKS 4 CO.. 63 Federal street, Al
legheny, will, Tor onp week only, to Introduce
their fine work, photograph every bab v nndcr 2
years free of charge; every mother will be pre
sented with a photograph of her baby; come early
to avoid the rush. niy26-U7
WANTED-MAKRIED OR SINGLE MEN TO
Invest In building sites at Maplewood
Park, Wllklnsburg; lots 40x120; $10 to fit down,
balance tl to S3 per week; act quick beiore they
are all gone: 70 sold in one week; call on the
agents, who will pay your fare and take you to see
the grounds. 1. K. COOPER & CO.. 107 Fourth
FOH SALE-I3IPKOVED HEAL ESTATE.
FOB SALE-3 BRICK HOUSES-4 ROOMS AND
attic each, and 1 frame house. 4 rooms and
attic: 2 lots, each 20x125: rents for 630; ftsro. D.
BEHEN SON, 4112 Penn ave. my-13
TTIOE SALE WYLIE AVE., NEAR ERIN ST.,
X- a bariraln; brick house of Brooms, good cel
lar: nat. ana art. gas; lot 22x110, price 83,500. J.K.
COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave. my25-71
V half square from
'Tile ave.. new fmmft
house 4 rooms, well finished, good lot. j. R.
uuur ju uo., 10 jTourtn ave. my25-7l
OF 8 2-STORY BRICK
almost new: wellsltuited: navsSner
cent: room for 6 additional houses on rear of lot;
It will then pay 12 percent; street and alley paved
and sewered: houses never Idle. Principals only
inquire of MORRIS & FLEMING, 110 Fourth ave.
East End Residences.
-ClORBALE-BOQOET ST.. OAKLAND, MAN
AJ SARD brick: grooms, bath, w. c, hardwood
mantels, cherry finish, inside shutters, tile hearth
in parlor, frontand backstairway.sldeentrance,
etc;; house stands 3) ft. back from street: this
property can be bought at very low price; lot24x
175 ft. SPENCER & GLOSSER, 419 Smithfield st.
TOR 3ALE-IO.O0O-TERMS TO SUIT POR
r CHASER; new Queen Anne brick residence,
having large pprcbes, vestibule: 4 rooms on first
floor, 4 rooms and bath on second and 3 attic
rooms; well finished, nicely papered and has
fine gas fixtures; good stable on premises; large
lot: located on a paved avenue, In a welMin-
roved and desirable neighborhood. W. C.
TEW ART. 114 Fourth; aye. ap21-19Su
FOR SALE-SHADE. ROOMINESS AND OUT
LOOK are features to consider in buying
residence property; these and many other ad
vantages ae possessed by the elegant and com
modious new houses hpon Oakland square, which
Is one of the most attractive neighborhoods In
the city; only fifteen minutes' from the heart or
the city, yet with all the attractions of the coun
try: dwellings finished in the neatest and most
durable manner; streets paved with asphalt and
sewered; natural and artificial gas: fronting on
handsome park plapted with shads trees: new
cable loop (for which ordinance Is In Councils) to
go within 100 feet of the square: price or houses,
standing on lots 300x100. (6,500; terms, moderate,
cash payment, remainder upon long time; most
beautiful district or the city and convenient to all
parts. Apply to BAMUEL TV. BLACK CO.. 99
Fourth avenne, my26-7l
FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
Enst End Residences.
"PVJR SALE-EAST END RESIDENCES-HAVE
A scTeral bar-rains; call for particulars.
SfRAUB A MORRIS, come; Wood st: and. Third
avenue, Pittsburg-. my2S-M
FOR SALE-$3i500-AN ELEUANT KESI
DENCE. desirably located on a pared avenue,
with good sewerage. In the heart of Shadyslde:
lot 114x400 feet. W". C. STEWART, 114 Fourth
TjWR SALE-CHOICE RESIDENCE, PENN
X- ave., Brushton: 15 rooms, with all conven
iences; large lot; Immediate possession: terms to
suit purchaser. See JOHN F.BAXTER. Agent. 512
SmlQiBeld st my28-5S-TTSSU
FOR SALE-S1.200-TERMS KM CASH, BAL-
AN CE 1 100 the first year and 200 a year there
after will buy a 4 room bouse with S acres of
ground on Leamington avenue. W.C. STEWART,
4 Fourth ave. ap21-I9-Su
OR SALE-S3,200-FRANKSTO WN AVENUE,
near Station street, food brick dwelling 6
rooms, attic halL laundry, etc.: lot 30x130 feet
to alley; terms to suit.
L. O. FRAZIER. Forty-
IWR8ALE-HOOO-ON SHERIDAN AVENUE,
near East Liberty station and both cable
lines, a good 6-room dwelling, with two lots 30 ft.
Iront each: will be sold on good terms. KELLY
& ROGERS, No. 6316 Station street, E. E. myCS-6
TflOR 8ALE-$!8,000-SUBSTANTIAL NEW
A and attractive brick residence of 12 rooms, with
large lot; nothing better lor the money In the
East End: Is desirably located on one of the main
avenues. TV. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
EWR 8ALE-A FINE, NEW FRAME HOUSE
of 7 rooms, bath, l.w. c. bay windows, marble
mantels, tile hearths: everything flue: never occn-
uicu; near r.K.ic. anu caoie itues.
will be sold at a bargain on monthly payments.
See KfcLLY & ROGERS, No. 6315 Station St., E.E.
IOR SALJ!-2,700-SCIOTA STREET, NEAR
Grosd St.. nrmvpnlenf. tn Itpnvpnnft station.
-'.r. VL- 1 j., .-.'
- . a.., new iiiuueru iraiue uvveiuuic, luutue
UlllshfHt ntfli h.ll frnnt ,nH FMPnnnhia lilfA
ly finished and grained all through: lot 22x100 feet
to alley- easy payments. L. O. FRAZIER, Forty
flfth and Butler sts. my28-3-Tusu
"J7IOR SALE-t7,500 TERMS fl,000CASII, BAL
X' ANCE 825 a month a new, attractive and
substantial Queen Anne brick dwelling, contain
ing b rooms, bath and all conveniences; Is ele
gantly finished and located In one of the most de-
"rame neighborhoods In the East End.
STEWART, U4 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-FOR PERRYSVILLE AVE. LOTS,
see EWING & BYERS, 107 Federal street.
FOR SALE-FOR ALLEGHENY CITYPROP
ERTYsee EWING & BYERS, 107 Federal
IilOR SALE-NO. 92 ARCH ST-CALL FOR
? card of admission. EWING & BYERS. 107
Feaeral street. my26-22
FOR SALE-NO. 10 CHESTNUT ST.. FOURTH
ward, Alleghcnv: examine It and give us an
offer. EWING & B YERS, 107 Federal street.
PORSALE-81.20O WILL BUY TWO FRAME
housas In Second ward, renting at present
for 13() per annum. EW1NG 4 BYERS. 107 Fed
eral street. my26-22
FOR SALE H200-ON SANDUSKY STREET,
near North ave : fine brick house of 8 rooms
and hall; lot 20x74; possession at once. EWING
it BYERS, 107 Federal street. my26-22
FOR SALE J2.400-GHEATBARGAIN-13 PER
cent Investment; double brick: in Third
ward, Allegheny. JAS. E. CREIGHTON & CO.,
Real Estate, 12 Federal st.. Allegheny.
I7IOR SALE - ALLEGHENY RESIDENCES -.
Several very desirable properties at prices
ranging from 200to 120.000. STRAUB& MOR
RIS, corner Wood st. and Third ave., Flttasburg.
FOR SALE-(S3.0W) WILL BUY THREE
new frame houses, two of 5 rooms each, and
one of 3 rooms: lot 6JX10O; will sell separate. For
particulars seo EWING & BYERS, No. 107 Fed
erai street. my25-21
FOR SALE-SS.00O-THAT ELEGANT NEW
and substantial press brick dwelling (never
occupied), containing 9 rooms, batb, stationary
washstands, laundry, cement cellar and all im
provements, located on Ackley st., head ot
Monterey st. W. C. STEWART. U4 Fourth are.
XpOR SALE-AT CRAFTON STATION, FRAME
A' -house: 6 rooms, hall, cellar, porch, nat. gas;
lot 50x160 ft.; price, PJSOQ; only 6 minutes' walk
from station. SPEN CER & GLOSSER, 419 Smith
field st. my24-33
FOR SALE AT CORAOPOLIS, P. & L. E. K.
R., residence of 12 rooms and X acre of
ground: also bouse of 9 rooms and large lot; also
several bouses of 4. 5 and 6 rooms' each, on good
streets, etc. LASHELL & RANKIN, 07 Fonrtn
-C-OR SALE ON MAHIPOE AVE., BEN
1 VENUE, Just a few minutes from station:
lot 60x120; beautifully laid out. with new frame
dwelling of hall, 10 rooms, bath, porches, both
gases, etc., newly papered tbroughoutronly S3, COO;
easy payments. THOS. MCCAFFREY, 3509 liut
FOR SALE-82O.00O-SUBSTANTIAL BRICK
residence, containing 12 rooms and all con
veniences: lot 192x264; this property Is desirably
located In Wllklnsburg; faces two good avenues,
and tbe-ground alone If laid off In lots will sell for
the money: owner refused several years ago S25,
000 cash. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE WILKIN SB URG 1300 CASH,
balance In 10 years, new and neat frame
dwelling. 7 rooms, reception hall, finished attic,
good cellar, water In kitchen, nat. gas, good
sewerage, etc.; lot 52x120; choice location and
only 6 minutes from station; streets 60 fc wide
with shade trees planted on each side; this Is
without a doubt the most desirable residence
property In the borough; an exceptional bargain;
call at our office; It will cost you nothing to see It:
we always pay the fares: we have still a few lots
52x120 each left in this plan at low prices ami easy
terms. Call and get plan. J. R. COOPER & CO.,
107 Fourth are. my25-71
FOR SALE LOTS.
Enst End Lot.
FOR SALE-SEVERAL CHOICE LOT8 DESIR
ABLY located on Fifth ave., Shadyslde. W.
C. STEWARf, 114 Fourth are. ap21-19-sa
f?OK SALE-SHAD YSIDE LOT-ONE CHOICE
A' lot, 43x130, at a bargain and easy terms. J
K. COOPER 4 CO., 107 Fourth ave.
IT7 trMiMf! ava tntt"?
FOR SALK-R3. 750-50x165 FEET, LOCATED IN
one of the choicest neighborhoods In bhady-
W. C. BlUWAKT, 114 Fourth ave
FOR SALE-EAST END LOTS-ALL KINDS
and at' all prices. STRAUB & MORRIS,
corner Wood sk and Third avenue, Pittsburg.
FORSALE-COR. SHADY AND HOMEWOOD
ave., 3 acres beautifully situated: cheap and
easy terms. J. K. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth are.
FOR SALE-A VERY DESIRABLE LOT ON
Center avenue, near Roup station. 0x150
feet will be sold at a bargain. KELLY & ROG
ERS, No. 6315 Station street, E. E. my2o-fi
FOR SALE-BEbT LOTS ON PENN AVENUE,
near Rebecca st.. at (60 per foot: sizes to suit;
surrounding lots selling at SS0; a rare bargain. D.
BEHEN & SON, 4112 Penn ave. my26-43
FORSALE-AFEW CHOICE LOT3-30X130-ON
Bond street, near Hlland avenue. . E.; this
Is a fine locality: street sewered. For price and
terms see KELLY ROGERS, No.6315 Station L,
E. K xny25-6
A CHOICE LOT ON AMBEK
Banm Grove nlan." 40 feet wide, which
lean sell for (40 front foot; must be sold quickly.
MELLON BROS., E. E., or JOHN F. BAXTER,
Agent, 612 Smithfield street.
FORSALE-ON IOWA ST.. NEAR. HEBRON
avt. and terminus of Write ave,. one of the
finest building lots in the Thirteenth ward, front
ing 250 ft. on Iowa st. by 125 ft. deep; will be sold
cheap. J. B. COOPER 4 CO., 107 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-LOTS ON PENN AVENUE. NEAR
Rebecca St.; sizes to suit purchaser: buy Im
mediately before prices go up: SSO per foot: neigh
boring lots selling fortSO; terms easy; don't fall to
secure one. D. BEHEN & SON, 41L! Penn ave.
FIR SALE-GREATEST BARGAIN TO BE
had In the Thirteenth ward, one acre near
Central Traction road: lays nicely and will sub
divide to advantage; will double in value on com
pletion of traction road; easy
COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave.
terms. J. R.
FOR SALE-8 ACRES. BEAUTIFULLY LO
CATED, and fronting 360 ft. on on? or the
leading GO-rt. avenues of E. E.: no finer sites for
2 or 3 first-class residences, andtl.660 an acre will
take it If sold before June 1; to secure this yon
mnst act promptly. See 31. P. HOWLEY. 3319
Bntler St., city. my2t-7
OR SALE-LOTS 100x250 FEET, LOCATED
on Filth avenne. Sbadvstde. facing Amber-
son ave. this Is wlthont doubt the choicest loca
tion In the East End; the ground lays in such a
manner that for very little money It can be graded
and a handsome eflect
proancea in way oi
scape gardening. W.
STEWART, 114 Fourth
S7.60O-THAT ELEGANT BUILD
A' 1NU site. llSxl
ING site, 116x173 feet (as a whole or will sell
half), located on Rebecca si., Shadyslde, between
Center ave. ann Penn ave.. faclnir Baum Grove.
Is well elevated, level, has eastern exposure, fine
residence on either side and In a neighborhood
that will undoubtedly be strictly first-class. W.
C. STEWABT, 114 Fourth ave. myl2-65-Su
FOB SALE-THE VERY BEST VACANT LOT
on Hlland avenue, East End: it Is on the west
side, and facing the east or morning sun; It Is
located between two good Improvements: only a
small cash payment required, and the balance on
long time, at a low rate of interest, to a quick
buyer; will sell this lot for J15 a root less than
value. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue. my24-79
FORSALE-THE MOST HEALTHFUL BUILD
ING Sites, because they are high enough for
good drainage and yet are not exposed to the
fierce blasts that sweep the hilltops, and, because
every lot in the plan has connection with city
sewers; you will find tbese In the Baum Grove
plan at corner ot Neglevand Center avenues, K.
E. MELLON BROS.. E. E., or JOHN F. BAX
TER. 612 Smithfield street. mv2S-&3-MWFSu
TJWB SALE -HAZELWOOD LOTS - VERY
X? desirable lots on Tullymet and Sylvan ave
nues, and from S to 5 minutes' walk from either
Marlon or Hazelwood stations: prices, from 500
upward. D. P.THOHAS&CO.,408Orantst.
FOR SALE LOTS.
TjWR SALE-VALUABLE LOT TTASHING
J1 TON St.. near Kifth are.; lot 21X107 to paved
alley; sewered front and rear; nice level lot: bar
gain. ALLES & BAILEY, 1M Fourth ave. Tel. 157.
FOR SALE-WYLIE AVE. LOTS FROM S230
to S350; terras SIO cash: balance In small
monthly payments: come quick -and buy quick:
tbese lots are bound to double In value o'i the
completion of Central Traction road. J. R.
COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave. Jny25-71
FOR SALE-fieoo-ON ACKLKYST.j SECOND
WARD: lot 23X1C0. EW1NG BYER3, 107
Federal street. my26-22
FOR SALE ALLEGHENY CITY LOTS
Among others. lots at prices ranging from
aiKAUii SMUUKis. corner nu
st. and Third avenue Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-MAPLEWOOD PARK-LOTS 40x
120. J. R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-IDLEWOOD-12 ACRES OFTHE
prettiest land In that section and convenient
to the station; a irreat hnriraln.
J. t. (jourr.it
CO., 107 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-AT CORAOPOLIS, P. A L. E. R.
R.. a large number of choice building sites
sad lots; these lots are on wide streets;above over
flow, and wilt be. sold on reasonable terms.
LASHELL& RANKIN, 7 Fourth ave. my26-5
FOR SALE MAPLEWOOD PARK, WIL
KINSBURU, laid out by Geo. S. Martin; ele
gant building lots. 40x120 and 40x240; 8150 to (400
each: f 10 to $20 down, balance tl to3per week:
these are the most desirable lots on the market
and are bonnd to double In value within the next
90 days:SS trains each way dally: call on the
agents, whs will par your fare and take yon to see
the grounds. J. R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth
ave. t my9-8-TTSSU
FOR SALE OR EXCHAN G E-CHEA P FARMS
35 acres, 5-room good house, barn, orchard,
etc., only 1 miles from Jlcaver. $3,300; on
easv payments or exchange; also, 200 acres, one
mile from station. Ft. Wayne railroad. 8-room
house, 2 barns, orchards, price, iiaooO: yearly
payments or exchange. Send for farm and ex
change list, N. F. HURST, Rochestesr, Pa.
lfOR SALE BUSINESS.
TmOR SALE-DRUGSTORE-DOING A GOOD
J? prescription business: convenient to city.
Address PHARMACIST, Dispatch ofilce. my2S-89
FOR SALE WELL LOCATED, GOOD SA
LOON; doing rood business. ALFONSO
LAULINE. 442 East Federal street, Youngstnwn,
Ohio. mjCS 5
FOR SALE DRUG STORE LOCATED IN THE
heart or East Llbertr: price, 9I.50O; store
rents for 120, whole building ftt a month; full
Particulars to principals only. W. C STEWART,
14 Fourth are. myiS--su
FOR SALE RESTAURANT M,200-BEST
little stand In the city, having a net annual
profit of 3000; splendid chance for a live, active
man that understands the business; caU early. !
R. COOPER & CO., 1U7 Fourth ave. iny2S-71
FOR SALE-GOOD PAYING BUSINESS FOR
lady that can sew for about l,00u: neat little
confectionery and ice cream business, (200: bakery
with horse and wagon, 8400: stores or all kinds;
100 business chances. SUEPARD & CO.. 54 Fifth
IOR SALE-RARE OPPORTUNITIES FOR A
man with small ranlLal nf S.V10 fnr fttnelr. irond
will and fixtures of CIGAR STORE, No. 8 N.
Thirteenth St., 9 rooms, centrally located, near
AVanamaker's store and Broad st. station, Phila
delphia; rent SS0 per month, m y24-49
EOR SALE-LARGE BRONZE AND BRASS
foundry with first-class established trade of
g standing, with blast furnaces, rolling mills,
railroads, etc.; completely equipped for furnish
ing sort metals or all descriptions; will be sold at
a bargain on account of Illness of owner. Address
W. R. B., Dispatch office. my24-74
TTiOR SALE THE FURNISHMENT :OF THE
A' union Hotel In Cbartlers borough. Alle-
Kiieay co., j-a.; Luere are:
18 beds and beddlne. stoves.
Pa.: there are 25 rooms all furnished:
and bedding, stoves, chairs, tables, stands,
rd. sinks, carnets. clocks: natural sras all
cupboard, sinks, carpets, clocks
through the house for fael and light; everything
that Is needed In a first-class boardlnr house or
temperancehotel; will sell everything very cheap:
house rent only 840 00 per month: this is the best
chance in Allegheny co. For farther particulars
inquire orM. D. SILKKN1TTER, Putnam P. O.,
Allegheny co.. Pa. my22-8-WTSn
FOR SALE AN OLD-ESTABLISHED AND
successful general country store, sltnated in
Beaver Co., Pa.: ono acre or groupd, good frame
storeroom, warehouse, dwelling and barn: dwell
ing has 5 rooms, cellar, porch, etc.: abundance of
fruit, well and cistern; situated in a rich and
prosperous farming community, and near an ex
cellent gas and oil territory: postofflce In same
building, with dally mall, and will no doubt be
continued to purchaser, the revenue from which
amounts to 8200 per year; store sales net about
"SIS, 000 annually : this Is a rare opening for a good
man: price. 85.500 for real estate and stock. For
further Information apply to L. O. FRAZIER,
Forty-fifth and Butler streets. my2D-3-Tusu
FOR SALE-ONE HOTEL, TWO MILES
from Akron, and one saloon in the center of
the city: both licensed and doing good business.
Address J. CDeWITT, Akron, O. my24-l
FOB SALE MY THKEE-STOKY BIIICK
building, now occupied as saloon with a very
good trade, a fine hall in which six societies meet;
firty yards from Etna Standard mills; good rea
sons lor selling: in Bridgeport, Belmont Co., o.
JOHN ULBICH. my2.0l0
FOB SALE-SEVEKAL PIECES OF PROP
ERTY on Fourth ave.: also a number of
pieces on Penn ave., Smithfield st. and other
good strccts;wlll take pleasure In elving full par
ticulars and showing surveys to parties desiring
to purchase. W. C. STEWABT, U4 Fourth ave.
FOU SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stoclt.&c
FOB HALE-JUST AREIVED-A LARGE LOT
of young mocking birds: guaranteed singers.
For sale at ESPICU'S BIRD STORE, 610 Smith
field st. my26-l2S
FOR SALE-ONE THREE-BOW TOP ItflGGY
in good order; also one set of fine harness:
to be sold ata bargain. Inquire at A. JACKMAN
& SON'S, 530 Penn aye. my2S-106
I TOR SALE-A VERY FINE BUGGY MARE,
good style: also Brewster side bar buggy and
harness in good condition; will sell reasonable.
Call or address 145 WEST END AVE.. Alleghe
ny, Pa. my2S-0
FOR SALE-CALL AT OUR SALESROOM,
cor. Klrkpatrlck and West End ayes., and
examine burstocx oi carriages ana pnggies: new
FOR SALE-YOUNG SORREL HORSE, 18
bands and over, handsome, quiet; don't scare
at any kind ot cars; well bred, with promise of
speed: want of use cause for selling. Address
BILLY, Dispatch office. my2-42
FOR SALE-FINE COACH TEAM-SOLD FOB
want of use: good travelers and safe: drive
slnele or double: black mares IS hands hl?h 7
r years old, perfectly sound; have been driven
auout city lor a year; price reasonaDier Aaaress
J. L., Dispatch ofilce. myCS-55
FOR. SALE-A 5-YEAR-OLD BLACK KEN
TUCKY mare. 'welt trained to the saddle and
of fast speed; perfectly sound; price. S25C. In-
Sulre at the residence or A. L. REINMANN,
reckenrldge ave, opposite the stairs from Center
are., Thirteenth ward, city. myI5-17
EOR SALE-ONE GRAY HORSEr IS QUIET
and does not scare at cars: Is a good saddler;
will be sold cheaj). Also, 6 sets of buggy harness
that were lelt by a traveling man for A. Jackman
to sell, will be sold at half their value. Inquire
Monday of A. JACKMAN & SON, 530 to 536 Penu
Machinery and Metal.
T7IOB BALE-2 LARGE CHILSO& HEATING
furnaces. 1 In srood condition. ApdIv at
BTANDARD BUILDING, 531and5J3 Woodst.
for confectioners, printers, butchers, etc..
etc.: we have them In man v stvles and sizes, and
suited to every purpose, at very low prices.
HARME'S MACHINE DEPOT. 97 First ave.,
Offices all kinds of Elgin. Waltham and
Springfield watehes at 60 cents on the dollar: guar
antee given with each watch. N.GALLINGER,
1106 and 1200 Penn ave. I'. S. Watch repairing a
WISH TO BORROW
17 monev on watches. Jewelry.
money on watches, jewelry, clothing or innsi-
cal goods call at GALLINUEK'S MONEY LOAN
OFFIOES, 1106 and 1200 Penn ave.
PERSONA L-BOOKS WANTED-1F YOU
have one book" worth 10 cents, or a library
worth 1,000, let us knoir: we will buy one as
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK STOKE,
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. ' my3-2S
PERSONAL-THOSE DESIRING TO BUY
American gold and silver watches or fine
clocks, and novelties In standard and fashionable
Jewelry, will find a frrand assortment at very low.
est prices at HENRY TERUEYDEN'S. 530Smlth
fleld st. mvl2-jnvrsu
EOUND-A POCKETBOOK-AT EXPOSITION
bulldln?. Saturday afternoon. Mav 25. The
owner can hare the same byapplyingat 43 GRACE
ST.. Mt. Washington.
The Battle Fought !
And victorr is ours; proclaim it from tbe
housetops, paint it on the dead walls, that he
who runs may read what the people of India,
Europe, America and the State of Allegheny,
all say that TA-VA-ZON 'are the only true,
certain Remedies that cures after all other
agencies have failed, no matter hour bad or
long standing tho disease. Make the weak
strong. Gives new life to all. Relief positive
and a cure absolute upon following the direc
tions. Qo now. BE CURED.
Bee sworn testimony. Indisputable facts at
DR. GRIFFITH CHEMICAL CO,
80L 80S. 805. 307 GRANT ST., COR. THIRD
AYE., Pittsburg. Pa.
Bring this notice with you. Save mon ey.
TO LET-S-BOOM HOUSE ON CLIFF ST..
for!7. ,InqulreorJ.H. FRIDAY. 25WyIle
mo LET-FORTHE SUMMER-FURNISHED
JL residence, large grounds. Inquire on PREM
ISES, fifth house above school. Main street, Seven
teenth ward. my24-S8
East End Kesiaence.
TO LET-NEW 8-ROOM HOUSE; ALLMOP
ERN Improvements; water and gas; on Pov
ter street, between Shadyslde and Roup. L. H.
SMITH, 909 Liberty. my-2
TO LET-LYTLE ST., NEAR HAZELWOOD
are., between the station and river, seven
roomed house, with nlshed attic, bath, natural
cas, large lot; opposite Mr. M. W. Ranklns: rent
S28 per month. Inquire of 3WBT. MARSHALL,
69 Diamond st. myg-48
rPO LET-HOUSE OF 6 BOOMS AND LARGE
A Vara Ml in good repair.
No. 12 LIN LIEN
TO LET-SJ8-NEW BRICK HOUSE SIX
rooms, McDonald street. Eleventh ward,
Allegheny, near New Brighton road. A. LEQ-
GATE & SON, 31 Federal I
bun. 31 Feaeral n. myzs-ui
TO LET NEW FRAME HOUSE. 9 ROOMS.
gas, good water, beautiful location: rent 820
per month: Immediate possession. J. B. MUR
PHY. Crafton, office opposite station. my2S-l
TO LET-MY HOUSE. THIRTEEN ROOMS,
at Laurel Station, Ft. Wayne road, all mod
ern Improvements, stable and carnage house, two
acres ground, with liver View. Inquire on prem
ises, or at 219 Lacock street, Allegheny. WM. T.
TO LET-ONE NEWLY FURNISHED ROOM
In private family. Inquire at 83 SHEF FI ELD
ST., Allegheny. my2G-S0
TO LET-NICE FURNISHED ROOM. WITH
use of batb, for one or two gentlemen with
reference. Inquire NO. 295 FIFTH AVE.
TO LET-M NORTH AVENUE, CORNER
Grant ave., Allegheny, seven rooms, S32
A. LEGQATjS & SON, 31 Federal St., Allegheny.
LET-FINELY FURNISHED FRONT
room, facln? narks, street cars rjass tha door
and only 15 minutes' walk to city; reference. Ad
dress T. A., Dlipafch office. my28-U0
fTlO LET-TO A GENTLEMAN A PLEASANT
jl. secona-story rront room, Iurnlshed. In
family of two: on Une of Pleasant Valley cars.
Address x. Y
mi) LET-FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
JL rooms, on second and third stories of a new
house In Allegheny, for gentlemen only: cars pass
reference. Address HOME, Dispatch office.
rpO LET-A HOUSE AND STOREROOM AT
jl. corner oi'i-unnei St. ana Webster ave.
43. Inquire on PREMISES.
LET WITH STEADY POWER-LAHOt.
well-llzhted rooms. snliAM fnrl!i-ht mann.
factoring. Apply at 68 WATER ST., Pittsburg.
EWING & BYERS, NO. 107
I Federal St..
NO. 62 Lincoln ave.
NO. 404 Washington ave.
Ho. 279 Federal st.
No. 239 Federal st.
Mo. 103 Bid well St.
No. 11 Nixon st.
INo. 27S Manhattan it.
No. 68 Montgomery ava.
No. 9 Vermont st.
No. 48 Palo Alto st.
Call at office for keys.
EWING Jt BYERS. 107 Federal street. my28-B
OST WHITE RUSSIAN POODLE DOG,
clipped to front shoulder: two brown spots
on back and brown ears. Reward and no ques
tions asked If returned to SAMUEL WILSON,
Craig street. East End. my26-137
Of a consignment of fine furniture and carpets
May 28. at 10 o'clock;
Oat walnut and cherry chamber suits, ward
robes, cheffoniers, folding; beds, bureaus, wash
stands, bedsteads, chairs, rockers, bookcases,
desks, secretaries, sideboards, hall racks, exten
sion and center tables, cupboards, decorated
ware, line line of elegant parlor suits, in silk
and satin bfocatelle damask, rep, tapestry and
plush easy chairs, fine .curtains, lamps, fancy
goods, drygoods and notions, etc
HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM.,
EXECUTOR'S PUBLIC SALE OF A
farm The undersigned will otter at public
sale on TUESDAY, the 4th day of June, 1889,
at 1 o'cleck P. M., the homestead farm of the
late Jacob Bonnell, deceased, sltnated near
Cbartiers station. A. V. R. R, containing 115
acres, good house and barn and orchard, well
watered and in good repair; terms easy: 22
miles from city: possession given to purchaser
immediately. For particulars apply to WILL
IAM ROSS, Burrell P. O., Pa.
YjROPOSALS FOR JfUBL- AND WASk
X INO Recruiting rendezvous. 915 Penn
avenue, Pittsburg, Pa., April 27,1889. Sealed
proposals, in triplicate, snbject to the nsual
conditions, will be received at the Recruiting;
Rendezvous, at No. 915 Penn avenue, Pitts
burg, Pa., until 12 o'clock noon, on the 27th
day of MAY, 1SS9. at which time and place
they will he opened in the presence of binders,
for furnishing supplies and rendering services
as indicated, for the Recruiting Service,
United States Army, wherever required within
the city limits, during the fiscal year ending
June 3fl, 1890, viz: Furnishing and delivering
fuel and washing articles of Government
equipage. The Government reserves the right
to reject any or all. proposals. Blanks and full
Information as to bidding, eta, will be- fur
nished on application. Envelopes containing
proposals should be marked "Proposals for
," and addressed to RECRUITING
OFFICE. No. 915 Penn avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.
A COOL RESORT.
THE IMPERIAL CLUB'S SUMMER NIGHT
RECEPTION THIS WEEK ON
Wednesday Evening, May 29
(Decoration eve), instead ot Thursday evening,
at Imperial Hall, corner Seventh avenue and
new Grant street. Music by Royal Italians. Mc
Michaels. Dancing from 8 to 2. Admission 60c
my26-107 AUTOMATIC FANS IN USE.
T ONDON THEATER.
THURSDAY MAY 30.
Grand Professional 12-hour
Pedestrian contest, open to the world from
12 M. UNTIL 12 P. M.,
Under the personal management of
Some of the most'prominent 12-hour pedes
trians are entered. General admission 25 cents.
Su,500 each, moderate cash payment, balance
$500 per annum, elegant new two-story and
mansard DriCK dwellings, a rooms, nan, oath,
laundry, slate mantels, art fire places, tile
hearths, sliding doors, wired for electric light,
fine chandeliers, both gases, plate glass win
dows, etc.; Oakland Square, five minutes from
Fifth avenne cable line and directly on line of
new cable loop which is to be constructed this
summer; a beautiful park (ouwblcbara sev
eral hundred beautiful shade trees), tbe whole
surrounded by streets and sidewalks, sewered
and paved with aspbaltum;on each slue 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., S9 Fourth ave. myll-3)
FOR SALE-WHOLESALE PRODUCE
commission boue, doing a business second
to none In "tbe city; everythlre In first-class
rnnning order: this is an opportunity to step
into an, established paying business that is
seldom -offered: liberal terms, Address BUSI
NESS, Dispatch office. my2S-Unssu
OF LEXINGTON, KY.,
Has a lot ot 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. mjlo-fj
O EUROPE ALL THE POPULAR
steamers saillnc this and next mimth.
rapidly filling up. Apply for berths without.
ueiay. xiciteus urajis ani Letters OI credit at
N. V. rates. MAX SCHAMBERG & CO.. 627
Smithfield st. myll-wsu
m , l. n w Diamond street,
HOME. SWEET HOME.
THE QUESTION THAT CONCERNS
ail mm HOM
Is Not the Easiest Way of Spend
ing Money, but the Easiest
Manner to Save It.
Ton can readily enough find the means of ,
.getting rid of your money. The papers an
filled with insinuating columns of adver
tisements coaxing and tweedling yon in
every manner to invest your earnings.
THE PUBLIC BENEFACTOR
Is the man who originates and introduces S
method making it a little more easy for tha
poor to lay by a few of their hard earned
dollars that slip so easily through tha
fingers. Seal estate is the BASI3 OsT
Few fortunes have been made in this rap
idly growing country of ours except through,
the medium of increasing value in real
estate, and no one is more deserving of pub
lic approval than the man who brings real
estate within the reach of the poor.
About four months ago this firm obtained
control, by purchase, of the loveliest ot all
the lovely spots along the Pittsburg and
"Western Eailroad. It was but five miles
from the city limits, trains making the ran
to the center of town in 26 minutes.
The work of surveying, staking and
grading streets was begun, and the firm's
original plan of selling property, then en
tirely unknown in Pittsburg, was placed
before the public. This plan is made np of
To sell lots as near the original price of
tbe land as is consistent with a reasonable
profit and sufficient surplus to make all
To offer every possible inducement in way
of improved streets, yearly passes, free lots,
cash premiums, etc., etc., that can be made
to attract residents, as we realize, if our
property is as good as others (and we think
it is, .or would not have purchased it) near
a growing city. The only question is to
make it more attractive than others, and tha
question of selling it is settled.
To make the first payment and subsequent
ones just as low as possible. In this wo
have done something never known in, tho
history of real estate offered elegant prop
erty, as good as can be purchased anywhere,
and onlT ask 25 cents to 51 50 firstpartiKnt.
At this payment you obtain control of the
property, can build and improve imme
diately, .in fact, have entire possession.
Another feature, we charge no interest and
pay all taxes until deed is given.
When the sale was opened, and whole
pages in the different daily papers devoted
to explanations of. our methods, disaster
was predicted and failure prophesied. Seal
estate men could not appreciate that there
were hundreds of people anxious to obtain
their own homes, to whom the ever increas
ing rents and expenses of growing families
make it difficult to accumulate the necessary
large payment required to secure lots under
the old system.
"What was the result? Over 800 lots wera
sold in two weeks, and now over 20 new
houses are being erected, with others start
rag every week. Our office was filled, and
at times we could scarcely accommodate tha
people, and further, resulted in these sama
firms imitating and copying our methods.
There are now only 100 lots left out of a
total of over 1,000; they are among tha
finest, however, that have been offered.
They are offered to yon at the original -price
of $25 to $150, are 25x100 feet, soma
larger, and face on 40 and 50 feet avenues.
The streets are all graded free of cct, and
graded well. Board sidewalks, three feet
wide, are laid on each and every street
A railroad pass to and irom the city, for
one year, is given to all new residents of .
Lots will be given to all schools and
churches. There is a HetDodist Church
already on the ground, and two lots have
been given to the United Presbyterian)
Church, which is now building a beautiful
IASI AND MOST IMPORTANT I
$7,500 GIVEN ATVAY 1
A lot worth $150 will be given to each of
the first 50 persons who erect houses thereon
costing $1,200 and over.
Upon receipt of first payment of 1 per
cent we execute and deliver a Title Bond, to
be held by purchaser until, the lot is paid
for, at which time we deliver "Warrantea
Deed, free of incumbrance, without farther
A certain percentage of onr trade is mail
orders. Pittsburg is known to be growing
more rapidly than any city m thiUnited
states, ana a great many people would iiKa
the opportunity of investing money in such
We have customers all over the United
States, and have gained a reputation for
dealing with perfect fairnefs with them.
To all who send us first payment by'mail,
we will absolutely guarantee to give them
the best lot then unsold, each person being
conscientiously served in their turn and
Title Bonds sent immediately.
We have hundreds of customers in this',
city whom we refer to. A list will be givea "
545 SMITHFIELD ST.,
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