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THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, TUESDAY, MAT1 28, 1889.
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BUILDING A BEAUTIFUL HOME.
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rTine New Residence, of Mrs.
on Fifth Avenue, East End.
The plans hare just been completed for
the new residence of Mrs. J. M". Gusky,
which that lady is about to erect iu the
East End. The location isQn Fifth avenue,
between "Wilkins avenue and Roup street,
adjoined on one side by the grounds and
residence of the late John B. McCune, and
on the other side by George Heed's house.
The lot on which the building will be
erected measures 150x250 feet, while the
house itself will have dimensions oi 51x62
feet. Buff colored stone will be used as
the material in the constrnction of the
building, and the architecture will be
partially ionic and gothic Broad marble
WHO IS BEHIND IT?
Report That Prominent Bankers Induced
the Discharge of P. & W. Employes
Some of the Unfortunates.
The work of industrially decapitating
employes of the Pittsburg and "Western Rail
road goes steadily on. "Where it will end
none of the f richtened subordinates can con
jecture. That it hasn't ended yet is evident.
Yesterday there were two men discharged in
the new Superintendent's office. This leaves
only two clerks in that office. There were four
clerks out of eight discharged in the general
freight office. There were two clerks in the
office of General Passenger Agent Bassett, and
one of these, the stenograpuer, was dropped
from the rolls. In the Auditor's office a num
ber of men were let go, and in the shops the
force of carpenters was cnt cown from 62
to 20 men. The latter included bridge and
trestle men. In the Treasurer's office there
were two out of three clerks let go.
"The employes of the road who are left are
living in aread. waiting to see who will be the
next. It was stated yesterday that General
Manager McDonald had said that he would cut
tho pay-roll down 50 per cent, to $10,000 per
month.
It was also reported yesterday, that DrexehMor
ganACo., who own a great amount of the stock
of the company, are interested in this decapita
tion. A broker said the firm was doing it
through Vice President Thomas, who, it is well
known, is one of the great banking firm's
agents. The Vice President Issued the orders
to the General Manager, who in turn ordered
the discharge of the men. The object, it was
said, was to influence toe stock market and
depreciate Pittsburg and Western.
An official of another road, in speaking of
the matter yesterday, said: "The Pittsburg
and Western has always been run on a very
economical plan, and this heavy discharge of
employes may serious! affect the business of
the company, everybody knows that at this
season of the year railroad business is very
heavy.jind necessitates the employment of a
l-im number of men. Railroad men know the
popcy of discharging constrnction men was in
augurated on the Gould roads a few years aeo.
and how disastrously it resulted to some of
them."
Extensive arrangements are being made for
the banquet to be prcn the retiring Superin
tendent, Mr. Johnston, at the Seventh Avenue
Hotel Saturday evening.
A DIOCESAN C0STEKTI0N.
The Pittsburg Episcopalians to Hold nn
Important Sleeting.
There will be 54 delegates to represent
Allegheny county at Oil City June 7 during
the annual convention of the Protestant Epis
copal Diocese of Pittsburg, which comprises
most of Western Pennsylvania.
Eighteen clergymen will attend from this
county, including Bishop "Whitehead. The
names of many prominent preachers are on the
list, both in and out of the county. Much busi
ness of importance to Pittsburg churches will
be transacted in the course of the ordinary
routine.
Fine Whiskies.
XXX1855, Pure Eye "Whisky, full
quarts , $2 00
Monogram Pure Eye Whisky, full
quarte . 1 75
Extra Old Cabinet, Pure Eye Whis
ky, full quarts 1 60
16T9 Export, Pure Eye "Whisky, full
quarts .". 1 25
1880 Export, Pure Eye "Whisky, full
quarts 1 00
For sale at G. W. Schmidt's, 95 and 97'
.tilth, ave., city.
Summer Wraps nnd Lightweight Jackets.
Prices reduced. Come into the cloak
room and see them.
Jos. Borne & Co's
Penn Avenue Stores.
Bedroom Furniture.
"We desire jou should know where to get
satisfied if yo a are looking for beautiful and
late designs in bedroom suits, and unless
you are very hard to please you will cer
tainly be satisfied with onr bargains in wal
nut and oak suits and our styles of antique
suits. M. Seibert & Co.,
Cor. Lacockand Hope sts., Allegheny.
Near railroad bridge. D
See the Clearins bale of Laces.
Corne to this department for yonr laces for
summer wear it will pay yon.
JOS. HORNE & CO.'S
Penn Avenue Stores.
Ladles' Benmlful Wraps Cnt in Two.
IpslNot the wraps, of course, but the prices.
The fact is,Kauimanns', in order to close
out the balance of their former 510 and 57
beaded wraps immediatelv, have split the
prices in halves. The 510" wraps now go for
$5; the $7 wraps can be had for $3 50. 3ome
to Kautmanns' to-day and ask to see them.
California Wines.
California sherry, lull quarts, 50c.
California port, "full quarts, 50c
For sale "by G. "W. Schmidt, Nos. 95 and
97 Pifth avenue, city.
The Silk nnd Wool Henrietta Cloths nt75c
Have the finish and quality of goods sell
ing at ?1 25. This is dress goods week.
Jos. Hornb & Co.'s
Pehn Avenue Stores.
Removal Great "Western Gun "Works
removed to 706 "Smithfield street, near Lib
erty. J. H. Johnston.
Lndici' Benntlfnl Wraps Cnt'ln Two.
Not the wraps, of course, but the prices.
The fact is, Kaufmanns', in order to close
out the balance of their former 510 and S7
beaded wraps immediately, have split the
prices in halves. The 510 wraps now go for
S3: the 7 wraps can be had forS3 50. Come
to Kanfmanns' to-day and ask to see them.
REAL ESTATE SAVINGS BANK, LML,
'101 Smithfield Street, cor. Fourth Avenue.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, 545,000.
; Deposits of $1 and upward received and
Interest allowed at 4 per cent. TX3
Gusky Which is to be Erected
steps will lead up to the entrance, orna
mented on each side by two handsome gas
lamps. The house will contain about 20 rooms,
and everything will be arranged according to
the most modern improvements and com
modities. As far as it is possible to estimate the cost of
the residence it will be in the neighborhood of
550,000. Since the above drawing wa made
Mrs. Gusky has decided to make a few changes
in the building. The porch, which in the illus
tration appears in the front view, is to be placed
on one side, and some minor alterations are
proposed. Jos. Stillburg, the architect, made
the plans of the building. It is expected to
have the structure completed in about a year
from now.
MAD AT THE GOVERNOR.
His Excellency Arouses Indignation
by
Vetoing nn Appropriation.
In veloine the Mercy Hospital's appro
priation bill for $15,000 Governor Beaver
excuses himself on the ground that it is a
sectarian institution, and tnerefore not en
titled to State aid.
Tim O'Leary, Jr., one of the hospital's di
rectors, said:
Why, that reason would knock out all the in
stitutions. Every man knows when a patient
applies for admission there no questions are
asked as to the creed, color or social standing.
The poor man is on a level there with the rich
man. It is the oldest and one of the very best
hospitals In the city. Strange as it may seem to
the Governor.only two of its physicians are Cath
olics, and there never was a larger number.
During the war those good women, who have
given their lives loald unfortunate humanity,
were not asked their creed; during the terrible
times of the cholera and vellow fever it was not
against them, bat when a little tl5, 000 is asked for
at the bands or the State their sectarianism as
nrged against them.
Other friends of the institution are equally
indignant.
ON TO DETROIT.
Botchers Leave Over tbo Lake Erie for
Tbelr Annnnl Meeting.
About 80 Pittsburg and Allegheny
butchers started for Detroit last evening
over the Lake Erie road to attend the an
nual meeting of their National Association.
They were accompanied by the Pleasant Valley
Band.
The vexed question of dressed beef is the
principal one to be discussed.
DECORATION DAY PICKIC.
Tho IronrMolders at Rock Point.
The Pennsylvania lines will sell excur
sion tickets to Rock Point for the iron mold
ers picnic on May 30, Decoration Day.
Trains will leave Union station, Pitts
bure, at 7:05 A. at. and 1220 P. m., stopping
at Allegheny, "Washington avenue, "Woods
xtun ana verner, returning leave Eock
Point at 6:15 p. si. and 837 P. M., Central
time. Pare for the round trip, 60 cents.
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Fate and Fashion Can't Be Fought.
You can't swim against, fashion. The
ladies' wraps that are all the rage this year
may, or may not, be ont of style next year.
Kaufmanns' don't propose to take any
chances, but have concluded to close oat the
balance of their stock of fine beaded wraps,
regardless of cost or consequence. Two
examples: Their beautiful $10 wraps have
been cut down to 5o, while their former 57
wraps will go at S3 50. Ask to see these
garments at Kaufmanns' to-day.
TAYLOR & DEAN'S.
203 and SOS Market Street,
Is headquarters for adjustable window
screens, which will fit any window. Price
from 30e to 50c each. Also for fencing of
every description. eod
Ladles' Beautiful Wraps Cut In Two.
Not the wraps, of course, but the prices.
The fact is, Kaufmanns', in order to close
out the balance of their lormer $10 and $7
beaded wraps immediately, have split the
prices in halves. The S10 wraps now go for
S5: the 7 wraps can be had for S3 50. Come
to Kaufmanns' to-day and ask to see them.
Excursion to Vnllcy Camp
On Decoration Day. Bound trip tickets
50 cents, good to return on .Monday. Hotel
open for the day. D
Cmjon Portraits Only SG.
Life-size crayon portraits only G at Tre
ganowan's Picture Store, 152 "Wylie ave
Pittsburg. ttsu"'
Black Silk Grenadines nt 75 Cents
And $1 two special bargains at black silk
counter. Jos. Horne & Co.'s
, Penn Avenue Stores.
La Perl a del FuMABare a high grade
Key "West cigar, manufactured lor those
smokers who can appreciate Havana to
bacco in its natural condition. Sold from
tl 50 to $112 per 100. G. W. SCHMIDT,
95 and 97 JTilth avenue.
BIncknnd Colored Stripe Boot Pattern
Stockings,
Only 25 cents a pair, aud fother special bar
gains in our hosiery department to-day.
JOS. HORNE & CO.'S,
Penn Avenue Stores.
Lndles' Bcnutlfnl Wraps Cnt In Two.
Not the wraps, of course, but the prices.
The fact is, Kaufmanns', in order to close
out the balance of their former 510 and 57
beaded wraps immediately, have split the
prices in halves. The 510 wraps now go for
55; the 57 wraps can be had for 53 60. Come
to Kaufmanns' to-day and ask to see them
Extraordinary Ribbon Bargains!
"We have reduced 240 pieces elegant all
silk fancy ribbons to 29c a yard, real value
62c Come quick if you wish to secure
some. Eosenbatjm & Co.
S3 00 Parasols for $3 00.
A special offer. See them really fin
goods.
JOS. HORNE & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Patronize home industry and drink
Frauenheim & "Vilsack's Pittsburg beer.
TTSsn
Great bargains in guns and revolvers at
our new store 706 Smithfield street.
J. H. Johnston.
The 24-Inch Colored Snrnb Silks at 75
Cents
all the new shades can'A be matched at
i W. JOS. HOfofE & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
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t Communicated. 2
ONE THOUSAND LAWYERS PROTEST
THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT IS
BAD LAW.
Some Nnmcs From Pitlsburjr nnd Philadel
phia. "The undersigned, believing that the Con
stitution of Pennsylvania is and was in
tended tp be an organization oi Government
and a declaration of rights guaranteed to
the individual citizen, and that under its
provisions, all police regulations, and defini
tions of criminal offenses were properlv left
to the Legislature for enactment by statute
law, which could be controlled by the peo
ple of the Commonwealth, are opposed tothe
adoption of the amendment to the Constitu
tion, prohibiting the manufacture or sale
of intoxicating liquor. "We believe that if
snch a change iu law is expedient it should
be made as all similar provisions of law
have hitherto been made by statute enact
ment. To attempt to put into the Constitu
tion matters which should be left entirely to
Legislative action, will tend to subject the
Constitution to constant amendments, may
lead to doubt and confusion in'its construc
tion, nnd will tend to diminish the honor and
reverence in which it is held by all men and
all parties."
Pittsburg.
D. T. Watson,
William S. Pier.
ti W. Robb,
Frank Van Vorhies,
S. H. Geyer,
S. B. Scboyer,
William R. Blair,
J. Charles Dlcken,
W. J. Brennen,
J. L. McCutcbeon,
John D. Watson,
Henry L, King,
H. 1. Riley,
Joseph Breill,
Robert S. Sill,
Thomas J. Kcenan,
West Murray,
John F. Edmundson,
Josenh Stadtfeldt,
A. M. Watson,
A. L, Pearson,
John K. Large,
C. A. Snllivan,
J. D. Ramsey,
A. Wirdmann,
E. S. Newlin.
George R. Cochran,
A. E. Weger,
A. J. Barton,
C. C. Dickey,
AV. C. Erskine,
W. & Purviance,
Josiah Cohen,
Morton Hunter,
John Marron,
William Reardon,
H. Meyer,
Daniel Harrison, ,
A. J. Kirschncr,
C. C. Lee,
James T. Buchanan,
Robert Fitzpatrick,
Joseph Forsythe,
R. H. Douglass,
Albert H. Moeser,
L. M. Plumer,
E. P. lams.
Edwin S. Craig,
H. S. Floyd,
a A. Will,
John C. Thompson,
G. W. McLean,
Joseph Crown,
R. a Marlin,
A. Hi Clarke,
Edward G. Hartjo,
Charles L. Powers.
a. israei,
James M. Cook.
Frank F. Saeathen,
Joseph M. Freedman, John W. Hogue,
. a. jucuary, u. I,, nation,
.Noah W. Shater, ' J. M. Robb,
W. F. Robb, J. Bovd Dull.
Weld A. Schoyer, JosUh W. Ellis.
PHILADELPHIA.
George W. BIddle, William's. Mann,
John C. Bullitt. Joseph B. Townsend,
James Campbell, Mayer Sulzberger.
RichirdJC.McMurtrie, Furman Sheppard,
Morton P. Henry, J. Sergeant Price,
Edward Shippen, Richard I Ashhurst,
Franklin B. Gowen, Richard P. White,
Geo. Tucker Bispham, John B. Colaban,
David W. Sellers, George M. Dallas,
William S. Price, George M. Conarroe,
Samuel Dickson, Joseph R. Rhoads,
ueorKB xj. vrawioru, josepn i. uoran.
Stephen S. Remak,
William Ernst.
james w.i'aui,
Henry Flanders,
Sam S. Hollingsworth,
.nenry pi orris.
Sam Gust. Thompson, Henrv R. Edmunds,
Charles Henry Jones, Silas V. Peltit,
William Rotch WIster, 8. Davis Page.
John R. Reaa, Henry Budd.
William W. Wiltbank, Lewis C. Cassldy,
Hampton Carson, George Northrop,
juuu oaiuuei, Arcnur uiauie,
C. Stuart Patterson.
A. Sydney Middle,
John T. Spencer,
W. W. Montgomery,
Samuel Wagner,
J. B. Colahan, Jr.,
John L Rogers,
Henry C. Olmstead,
John M. Campbell,
Roland Evans,
John K.,Valentlne,
J. G. Rosengarten,
J. Rodman Paul,
Victor Guillou,
John B. Thaver,
T. B. McGIathery,
HarryS. Hopper,
John Hampton Barnes,
Samuel Gormlcy,
Samuel E. Cavin,
Ernest Zantzmger,
Samuel P. Hah:on,
Gavin W. Hart,
Frank W. Paul.
J. Campbell Lancaster,
J. Fletcher Budd,
Edward Hopkinson,
Joseph J. Knox,
P. K. Erdman,
Thomas A. Gummy,
Emanuel Furth,
Ernest Lowcndrnnd,
John F. Goodwin,
John O. Bowman,
Hobart Miller,
William & Line,
A. B. Shearer,
Charles E. Pancoast,
C.L.SmUb,
W. Ross Brown.
Wm. H. Washington,
Joseph S. Goodbread, .
Fred L. Britinger,
J. H. Heverin,
Edmund B. Seymour.
Bradbury BedelL
F. B. Vozel. '
A. P. Douglass,
Isaac Gerhart,
John Cadwalader,
Wm. Brooke Rawle,
George R. Snowden,
James R. Booth,
William Henry Lex,
Pierce Archer,
William H. Staake,
John S. Gerhard,)
Charles C. Binney,
Thos. DewittCuyler,
Geo. Harrison Fisher,
Edward Barry,
John T. Snare.
Henry J. McCarthy,
Francis 1). Lewis,
jacousnare,
William B. Robins,
Edward Perkins,
John Dolman,
Edward P. Bliss.
William Henry Price,
William F. Harrity,
John liacDonald,
Murray Rush,
Richard C Bale,
C. P. Sherman,
Horace F. Weeks,
Theodore F. Jenkins,
I. S. McKinley,
Franklin Townsend,
George P. Rich,
jjl iu. aimpson,
Harold Mann,
John M. Thomas,
John H. Jiasby,
William Grew,
Walter Pennewill,
Walter B. Mitchell,
Eugene J. Lindsay,
Edward F. Hoffman,
George E. File.
Phillipus W. Miller,
Wilnam S. Stenger,
Hector J. Fenton,
F. F. Brightly.
William H. O'Brien,
Henry C. McDevitt,
J. Qulncy Hunsicker,
Jacob E. Bowers,
Francis S. Brown,
Robert Palethorp,
Samuel J. Taylor,
G. E. Scliliecelmilch,
Charles II. Bannard,
Henry V. Massey,
J. Granville Leach!
M. Hampton Todd,
C. Oscar Beasley,
M. J. O'Callahan,
W. B, McAdams, Jr.,
H. Laussat Geyelln,
Lincoln L. Eyre,
Joseph T. Ford,
Joseph G. Magee,
Charles J. Sharkey,
Thomas A. Fahy,
Robert T. Corson,
AnthonvA. Hirst,
Henry F. Watson,
P. H. Lynch,
James Fitzpatrick.
Frank B. Prltchard,
Joseph C. Fraley,
Henry C. Todd,
James L. Miles.
jonu u. 1 arrow,
Joseph A. Reed,
Edwin Gaw Flanniccn. John B, Devlne.
Jerome Carty. A. H. Mever.
uuuu wmie,
Frank B. Stockley,
R. L. Wright. Jr.,
William W. Kerr,
Mortimer H. Brown,
Thomas B. Prosser,
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John J. Toner.
Thomas Reath,
Eugene Y. Johnson.
H. II. Pigott.
John Austin Purcell,
J. Daniel Ebv,
Henry J. Scott,
John E. Faunce,
Thomas J. Worrell,
Aaron Thompson,
J. Peter Klinges,
R. Francis Wood,
William W. Sergeant,
George Sergeant,
William M. Smith.
Charles Henry Hart,
Warren G. Griffith,
J. Percy Keating,
J. V. MacGeoghegan,
Alfred Lee,
"William B, Lane,
Louis Ross,
J. C. Stillwell,
Wm. M. Stewart, Jr.,
D. W. Douzhcrtv.
G. W. Ainndel.
Frank L. Lylc,
F.T. Weldon,
Thomas F. Gross,
A. L. Hennerschotz,
William D. Neihon,
Albert E. Peterson,
Edward S. Bayers,
William Hopple. Jr.,
J. W,M.Cardeza,
William M. Meigs,
Charles A. Legen,
E. G. Piatt,
Henry Austin Smith,
Burton Binus,
W. R. Claxton,
John D. Brown, Jr..
Alfred L Phillips, Jr.,
Theodore M. Etting,
B. Gordon Bromley.
Chas. H. J. Chorrman.
Fr'cis F. Eastlack. Jr.. Richard Sallnr.
Holstein DeHaven, Wm. A. Grissenger,
Charles N. Mann. Fred C. Simon,
Thomas A. Edwards, Isaac N. Soils,
Charles E. Lex, Adolph Eickliolz,
Maxwell Stenenson, John Dolman, Jr.,
uw. xj. ajuuiju.&uwu, Maries ivnittei.
Henrv P. Brown.
Robert H.Neilson,
Joseph Hopkinson,
John Rtpperger,
F. L. Roepke,
Oscar B. Teller,
George W. Smythe,
J. Joseph Murphy,
Bernard Gilpin,
W. Moylan Lansdalc,
John Adams,
Edward & Mclntyre,
Brandon L. Keys.
Martin H. Slutzbach,
Charles H. Downing,
O. Percy Bright.
Albert . Welmer,
Samuel W. Cooper,
HenryA.Weland,
George B. Carr,
Frank A. Foy,
Geonre Domsler.
J. Alfred Smith,
N. B. Thompson,
James H. Shakespeare.
William T.AIdrich.
WUliam E. Eva,
James P. Dolman,
Edwd. W. Kuhlemeier,
George McCurdy,
Eli Kirk Price,
Charles Carver,
Edwin F. Lott,
Edward Blddle,
John H. Geil,
C. D. Holden,
Joseph G. McKenna.
John J. Wilkinson,
John A. Toomey,
Alex. M. DeHaven,
Edward Nicholas,
Thomas F. Byrnes,
-limit tj-i.
Joseph A. Bonham,
Alfred Percival Smith, George W. Harkins,
.. mum C"y,
Moses Stevenson,
Hpnrv L Paf-fn
U. F. Ericlison,
Theodore P. Farrell.
George a Philler,
H. JL DuBois.
H. P. Orlemann,
J. Davis Duffleld,
A. IL WInterstein,
C. Morgan Eldrldge,
Patrick F. Dever,
James M. Jeltles,
vy. o. ivonejj
L. H. R. Nyte,
Joiinn. Hum.
Thomas Learning,
Edward Morrell,
George E. Buckley,
Fred J. Geiger.
J. I Kendlehart,
G. Heide Norris.
ucurKO y. vy ugus,
Chas. Penrose Blicht. Henrv C. Tltn.
Charles G. Harres, Max Graft,
John Blair MacAfee, James Marshall,
A. S. L. Shields, H. G.Harris,
William T. Johnson, Benson Mann,
Joseph H. Shoemaker, Edward Haugb,
Robert H. Simpers, George W. Shoemaker.
J. H. Burroughs,
o. jnorris Wald.
W. Horace Hepburn.
Henry Carver,
Sharswood Brinton,
r. j. uner,
Henry B. Freeman,
Robert H. McGrath,
PeicvRMetzger.
juiniiun. well,
William H. Browne,
rriniifl, uoa'
Samuel L. Thompson, DeForre'st Ballon,
uenryijejjariijuifjuc, xi. vv.uimoer,
Sydney G. Fisher, George W. Morris.
Edward J. Logne, Louis Lawrence Smith,
George T. Borle, Emil Rosenberger,
V. Egbert Mitchell, Theodore A. Tack!
"Una," fancy spring patent flour, best
in the world. xis
JW-iMaptay advertisement! one dollar pir
square for one insertion. Classified advertise'
menls oA this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, etc, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for leu than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
BRANCH OFFICES.
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient ad vertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already bmve accounts with The Dis-r-ATCn.
PITTSBURG.
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 3S09 Butler street.
KMIL G. STUCKEY, 24th street and Penn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY A CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton St.
N. STOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market Rouse.
KASTEND.
J. W. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
OAKLAND.
MCALLISTER&SHEIBLER,5thav.AtW00dst.
SOUTnsIDE.
JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Carson street.
CHAS. SCHWARM, 1707 Carson street.
ALLEGHENY.
A. 3. KAERCHER, 69 Federal street.
H. J. McBRIDE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FKED H. EGGERS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGERS A BON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENKY, Western and Irwin area. .
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsvlvanlaand Beaver aves.
PERKY M. GLEIM. Kebeccaand Allegheny aves.
WANTED.
Qlnle Ileln.
WANTED-TWO TAILORS AT G. MTJEL
LEK'S, Main street. Clarion, Pa. my26-98
WAN1ED DRUG CLERK REFERENCE
required. Address 200 FIFTH AVE.. Mc
Keeaport, Pa. jmy2S-23
-T7-A N T E D CARRIAGE
? V helper and a finisher. C.
Duquesne way.
BLACKSMITH
WEST A CO.. 420
my2S-73
WANTED YOUNG MAN A GOOD FARSl
hand. Apply JOHN HALL. Miller's
Farm, Fulton. my2S-78
TITANTED A 8MARTBOY ABOUT 18 YEARS
V old: call Immediately. CENTRAL LITHO
GRAPHING CO.. 48 Fifth ave.
myI8-43
T7"ANTED-IJIMEDIATELY-0TO 12 F
RST-
V CLAbS stonemasons by RUDOLPH
J.
aui.i, in. ran k 8to rr nave., East End,
my-4i
WANTED-COMPETENT STENOGRAPHER
and typewriter for ofllce work. Address
In own handwriting C. A. B., Dispatch office.
my2S-55
WANTED I OR 6 GOOD CARPENTERS.
Inquire of D. MACDONALD. NeTllle
station, P., Ft. W. A C. R. R., beriett House.
my23-77
WANTED A GOOD CANVASSER TO AS
SIST in out-door photography: good chance
for right man.
gheny, Pa.
uou at ai .ttij,if al m;, Aiie-
ray28-56
WANTED-A CIVIL ENGINEER TO MAKE
plans and lay ont plan of lots, about 40
acres. Address, with price and reference, CITY
P.O. box 793. my28-59
T7-AN TED-A REGISTERED DRUG CI.ERK:
it must come well recommended: one who
sneaks German preferred. Address WINDSOR,
Dispatch office. my28-86
WANTED A GOOD BREAD BAKER TO
work second hand: good wages. Calflm
mtdlatelyatM. A. H1TCHENS', No. 917 Walnut
St., McKeesport, Pa., my27-.4
WANTED-TWENTY-FIVE EXPERIENCED
. quarrymen to work In Dimension stone
quarry. Call on or address OAKDADE QUARRY
CO., L1M., Dawson, Pa. my2S-110
"TTTAN TED-FIVE MEN TO HANDLE ARTI
VV CLE of merit; also two men a general
agents: t20 to S30 per week. Apply to MR. SMITH,
Glrard House, Allegheny. my2S-65
WANTED AGENTS SAMPLE DOOR
check sent free; immense: unrivaled:
siles unparalleled ;S12 a day; write quick. RRO
HARD, Clarksburg, W. Va. my26-31
-TTTTANTED-MEN TO SELL AN ARTICLE AT
Tv which they can make money: cost of
outfit very little. Apply or address ROOM 19,
Excelsior Building, cor, Sixth ave. aud Grant st.
my28-39
WANTED AGENTS HILL'S MANUAL,
new and revised edition, will be out in a
few days: agents should now get their outfits;
only to e had from P. J. FLEMING & CO., 77
Diamond St., Pittsburg. Pa. my25-34
"TTTANTED-AGENTST08ELLTEA. BAKING
TV powder and pure spices; gifts with goods:
coke workers, miners or rotllmun can makemoney
In their spare time. YASIASHUtO TEA CO., 83
Jackson st Allegheny, Pa. Ja26-S6-TTS
WANTED AN
KEEPER, mar
EXPERIENCED BOOK.
msrrled man Tirefprri.it. fnnt h
sober and Industrious and have good references;
situation wiU be permanent If applicant suits.
Address S. C, box 23. Urbana, O. my28-82
TTANTE1) - SALESMEN - EVERYWHERE
TV for our adjustable door plates: new style
doorbells, street Nos.: white enamel and metal
letters, etc. Send for samples, circulars, etc..
free. ij. Y. DOOR PLATE CO., Newarkl N. J.
myI2-16-o
TTTANTED-BAD WRITERS AT
SMART'S
VV COLLEGE. 4 Sixth street, fltt.t.nrir
Pen-
mansnip, ooosneeping, eclectic shorthand, type
writing, arithmetic etc., thoroughly taught for
5 per mouth; instruction private for both sexes;
open through summer, day and evening.
m 12-TTSSu
Female Help.
-rrrANTED-A GOOD DRESSMAKER, APPLY
W at 418 SMITHFIELD ST. my28-32
-rrTANTED-GlRL GENERAL HOUSEWORK
YY in small family. 815 IVY ST., bhadvside.
my2S-117 '
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED SEWING
girl and also a dishwasher. Apply at 155
ROBINSON ST.. Allegheny, Pa. my28-70
WANTED-A GOOD. RELIABLE PROT
EaTANT girl to nurse and do light cham
b.eSlSTi, Applydurlngthe day at 6014 PENN
AVENUE, Last End. my23-45
Dlnlo and l'cmale flcln.
TITAN TED -50 COAL MINERS, FARM
T v hands and drivers, colored waiter, pastry
and male cook, laundress, dishwasher, fine
lroncr. pantry and dining room girls, 60 cooks. 20
chambermaids, 2 nurse girls, ax) house girls.
MEKHAN '3 AGENCY, 545 Grant St. myfr-ri
WANTED-AGEXTS-SENDONEDIMEAND
one lc stamp for book containing rare op
portunities for lady and gentlemen agents: tells
how to be a successful agent: your name circulated
among those wishing agents; thousands started In
business. AGENTS' BELPEK, WlUougtSa O..
"0X78. nJEwO
Situations.
TT7-ANTED-SITUATION IN A PRIVATE
T v family by a first-class cook; wages (4 00 per
week. Address A. C S. Dispatch office, for two
day. my23-30
nTANTEU-SITUATIOIf AS SHORTHAND
7 y and typewriter by a lady who has had two
vears experience; good reference. Address MIoS
B., Dispatch office. my28-85
WANTED-POSITION. JUNE 1. BY YOUNG
man, practical bookkeeper and good ac-conntant:flr6t-class
reference or bond If required.
Address COMPETENT, Dispatch office. my2S-3l
Xn-ANTED-SlTUATION BY A YOUGMAN.
YY age21, who speaks and writes Italian and
English, as clerk or salesman lnanvklndof busi
ness: good reference. Address ITALIAN, Dls
patch office. my2S-42
TTTANTED-AN HONEST. RELIABLE AND
v . experienced young man desires an engage
ment as assistant solicitor on a city daily can
speak and write both languages. Address ADS,
Dispatch office. my28-50
Pnrtncn.
WANTED-PURCHASER FOR A HALF OR
whole interest in an established Pittsburg
publication: to a young man with ability to edit
and manage a Journal, an excellent chancels of
fered to engage In business upon small capital.
Address BOX 635, Pittsburg postofflce. my28-38
Financial.
TXtANTED-MORTGAGES-MONEYTO LOAN
TV In sums to suit, at W, 5 and 6 per cent.
GRAEBING & LYON, 133 Fonrth ave. apS-el-D
TTTANTED-RENTS TO COLLECT-MONTH-TV
LY settlement, with itemized statement.
L. O. FRAZIER, Forty-fifth and Butler sts.
my2S-3-TuSu
-TTTANTED-MORTGAGES-MONEY TO LOAN
TV In sums to suit at t)(. Sand C per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 161 Fourth aye.
Tel. 167.
api-n
TTTANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PROP
V ERTY. overHCCO: 4K per mm; T,t.
HENRY A. WEAV.
er&CO., 82 Fourth avenue.
mn2-a22-D
TfTANTED
-RENTS COLLECTED PROMPT-
AWlfBA7iYrrH
lal-8l
WANTED-MORTGAGES-fl.000,C00TOLOAN
in large and small amounts at 4H. 5 and 6
per cent, Tree of State tax; no delay. Seed b
COYLE & CO., 131 Fonrth ive. T mffin'
WANTED-RENTS TO COLLECT IN BOTH
cities and suburbs; to this branch of the
business we pay special attentl on- established
1863. W. A. HERRON & SONS, W Fourth iye
my4-23-TTS
WTnrt?,01 1N AMOUNTS
of ROOOand upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4K per cent, free of tax-also .mailer
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent BLAC'i & BAIRD.
S5 Fourth avenue. teli-dnJi-Tr'
WANTEO-TO LOAN MONEY ON MORT
.... GAGES-on improved real estate In ,nS
$300 and upward, at VA, rand 6
iff tva1 - Af C--.-1 - - " " "
na, Per cent; money
FRAZIER,' Forty-
iurnisnea promptly, l. o.
Situ and Butler sts.
mj-j-o-TUSU
TrANTED-MORTGAGES-Sl,000,000TOLOAN
V V on city and suburban properties at 4M, 6and
C per cent, and on larms in Allegheny and Mia.
cent counties at 6 per cent.
pennock; &
Don, iuj rounn avenue.
ap7-f4i
. GAGES; W and upward at 6 ner centt
SJSSSi. 3.XeL.ZJ!1,r'itl'ita'xt oi business
ESEeF?2Ei ,,, In adjoining counties. 8 H.
.FRENCH, 125 Fourth avenue? "cM-eH-D
WANTED.
miscellaneous.
"VI7ANTED-OASH PAID FOR ALL SECOND
LY HAND furniture, pianos, etc. THOMAS
A IM A... ,rI-Z. 1"' -"- i., -.w.
m. w., MIO rCUU KTCt
myls-9S
TJTANTEO - DESK ROOM OK PORTION OF
J y ground floor office or store In business part
" i AuurcM a. u. ., uispatcn omce.
city. A
nySJ-M
TJTANTED-YOU TO GET A UAKER'S
TT dozen (13) of Stewart A Co. s fine cabinet
Photos for SI, at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
gpey. my28--TTSu
TtTANTED-TO BUY A NEW OR SECOND
.". HAND eneine and boiler complete, three to
nve-horse power. Address E.W. DUNN. Roup'
and Filth ave.. E. E., Plttsbnfg. my2S-76
WANTED-LADIES TO KNOW HAUGH A
Kecnan repair, rcflnlsh or upholster old
rurnltnre promptly and In the best possible man
ner. 33 AN D U WATER ST. IPhone 1626. my9-82
TJTANTLD-MKN LEARN THE ART OF
gentlemen's garment cutting; no trying
on required: night sessions Monday, Wednesday
and Saturday. 7 to 9 P. M., 514 Wootfst. URLINCr
A SON. . ap3U-63
TfTANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TT TOOKAPHER, 96 Fifth avenue, Pittsburg,
and Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinet at 1 SO per
dozen; photos delivered when promised; instan
taneous process. mhl3-63
TtTANTED-CAMPING PARTIES WISHING
T to purchase accordions, guitars or mando
lins to examine Gallluger's stock, which we guar
antee to sell SO per cent less than any other house
In town. GALLINGEK'S MONEY LOAN
OFFICE. 1100 Penn ave. my21-27
WANTED-EVERYBODY TO KNOW THAT
HENDRICKS & CO.. 63 Federal street, Al
legheny, will, for ono week only, to Introduce
their fine work, nhotograph every baby under 2
years free of charge; every mother will be pre
sented with a photograph of her baby; come early
to avoid the rush. -myi-llT
FOR SALE iaiPROTED REAL ESTATE.
CItv Residences.
FOR SALE TWO-STORY FRAME HOUSE,
on South Twenty-sixth street, near Sarah,
containing eight rooms, double attic cellar and
Srd paved, bath tub and natural gas: lot 24x90.
J. RLEICHNER, 220S Carson street. my2S-37
"ITIOR
SALE-ROW OF 8 2-STORY BRICK
ses: almost new: wellsltnitfid: navsSner
X? honses:
'cnt: room for 6 additional houses on rear of lot :
It will thenrpay 12.per cent; street and alley paved
and sewered: houses never Idle. Principals only
inquire of MORRIS & FLEMING, 110 Fourth ave.
my9-16-TTSU
FOR SALE-ON THE PREMISES. 1906 JANE
street, S. S., at auction Saturday afternoon,
June, at 4 o'clock: extra fine new 2-story and
mansird brick dwelling, 9 rooms, large cellar; all
the latest improvements; lot 20x120 feet to Harcum
alley; terms, S2.S0O cash, balance long time. A.
A. ALLES AUCTION CO., Auctioneers, 162
Fourth ave. my23-25-TUFS
East End Residences.
FOR SALE-ARE YOU SATISFIED
thehonse vou rent or ownr If not.
WITH
sec the
finely built residences in Coltart square, Oakland.
ti. w. ii,ifuu.a x&u.?is, go ourcu ave.
ap20-M-TUF
FOR SALE-CHOICE- RESIDENCE, PENN
ave., Rrushton: 15 rooms, with all coneu
lences; large lot; Immediate possession: terms to
suit purchaser. See JOHN F.BAXTER. Agent. 512
Smithfield st. . my28-58-TTSSu
FOB SALE-S3.MO-FRANKSTOWN AVENUE,
near Station street, good brick dwelUng 6
rooms, attic, hall, laundry, etc. : lot 30x130 feet
to alley;,terms to suit. L. O.-FRAZIER. Forty
flfth and Butler sts. myJO-3-Tusu
FOR SALE-VERY CHEAP-LARGE AND
desirable dwelling, 12 rooms, lot 165x100 ft.,
on Rebecca st., near-Penn ave.. Twentieth ward;
a very desirable home at money asked. W. A.
HERRON &SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave,
myKJ-22-16,18.23,25.23,81
TTOR SALE-AN ELEGANT 2-STORY AND
jl.' mansaru DncE residence on Meyran ave.,
Oakland, containing 8 handsomely papered rooms,
bath, range, h.andc. water, laundry, etc. rthls tine
home has all the latest conveniences. For further
particulars call on BLACK 3t BA1RD, 95 Fourth
avenue. my24-69-TWTrB
FOR SALE-MCCLINTOCK PLACE-A NICE,
new, tasty 6-room frame dwelling (nearly
finished) on Elyslan ave. and Hastings St.;
make a choice home; located near Fifth ave., Pt.
Breeze and Torrens station; price low; (2,630;
payments to suit. MELLON BROS.. 6349 Station
St., E.E. my28-71-TTS
FOR SALE-OAKLAND-A GOOD 2-STOHY
and mansard frame dwelling on Ward St.,
near Wllmot St., containing 7 rooms, hall, vesti
bule, bath, range, h. and c. water, natural gas,
electric bells, Inside shutters, hardwood stairway,
excellent lot and only 13, 800. BLACK & BA1 RD,
ft 1 ourth ave. my24-66-TWTFS
FOR SALE-IN ORCHARD PLAN ONMAR
O ARtTTA St.,. that substantial and artistic 7
room brick dwelling; slate root hay, bath and
all conveniences; splendid property: best neigh
borhood; near Neglev ave. and 5 minutes to cable;
terms made satisfactory. MELLON BROS., C319
Station St., E. E. my2S-71-TTS
rrtm.
lllllshcu attl. hflll. front ftnrl rpsr n(inliM. nf-
ly finished and grained all through; lot 22x100 feet
to alley: easv payments. L. O. FRAZIER, Forty
flfth and Butler sts. my28S-TuSu
TTIOHSALE-EASTENDHOME, NEARSHADY
a- ave., wunin a minutes' walk or the cable
road, containing 9 elegant rooms, bath. Inside w.
c, laundry, etc.; complete electric work: Infict
the house Is possessed of all the modern conven
iences; lot 68x115, covered with choice fruit and
shrubbery. BLACK & BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
my24-63-D
T7IOR SALE-A FINE OAKLAND RESIDENCE
X' on Niagara St., near Craft ave., an elegant
select brick dwelling of9 rooms, bath, range, h.
and c water, inside w. c, laundry, etc., with all
the latest Improved conveniences; good flagstone
sidewalk: lot 32x95 feet; call at the office and see
Bhoto of this magnificent home. BLACK &
AIRD, 95 Fourth ave. my24-68-D
FOR SALE-SHADYS1DE RESIDENCE, ONLY
2 minutes' from Fifth avenue cable road; a
flne2-story dwelling of 7rooms,Jiall, vestibule,
bathroom, range, li. and c. water, natural gas,
electric bells, call, etc.: all the rooms are hand
somely papered: the lot is very large and covered
nn snruDucry ana
BA1BD, 95 Fourth ave.
fruit trees.
BLACK &.
my21-67-D
FOR SALE-ON SHADY LANE. WITHIN 5
minutes' walk of the proposed electric road,
about 6 acres, with a modern frame dwelling of 7
rooms, stable, orchard of select bearing fruit
trees, grapery, with a fine lawn; the owner wish
ing to remove, will sell much holnwth. .nTr.nt
f prices In the neighborhood. HENRY A. WEAVER
w.i mjonrtu ave. my2J-41
FOR SALE-fS,750-l. 000 CASH. BALANCEON
reasonable payments. In the midst of the
East End, near steam and cable cars, brick house
Just flnUhcd, 9 rooms, modernly Improved aud
conrenlcnccd throughout, besides bathroom,
washhousc pantry and large poscbes; lot 40x121
ft.; location first-class. For full Information see
W. A. HERRON A SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
niyl6-22-16,18,23,25,2S,31
FOR SALE-A NEW QUEEN ANNE BRICK
dwelling on one or the best streets In East
Lnd; convenient to P. It. R.; only 2 minutes'
walk from either cable road and In au excellent
location and good neighborhood: this beautiful
home contains 7 large rooms, bathroom, laundry,
with other modern Improvements; lot 40x114 to an
alley; this beautiful place will be sold cheap; call
at once. BLACK &BAIBD, SJ Fourth ave.
my24-65-D
FOU SALE-OK RENT-IRVING PLACE,
Ellsworth avenue, Shddyiidc. E. 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
suit purehaers or rent reasonable. Inquire oi
THOS. H. CHAPMAN, on the premises, or ROOM
42, Safe Deposit building, 83 Fourth av enue.
myJ4-45-TTS
FOR SALE-SHADE.. ROOMINESS AND OUT
LOOK are features to consider in burlng
residence property: these and many other" ad
vantages are possessed by the elegant and com
modious new houses upon Oakland square, which
is one or the most attractive neighborhoods in
the city; only fifteen minutes' from the heart of
the city, yet with a,II the attractions ol the coun
try; dwellings finished In the neatest and mosP
durable manner; streets paved with asphalt and
sewered; natural and artificial gas: fronting on
handsome -park planted with shade trees: new
cable loop (for which ordinance Is in Councils) to
go within lOu feet of the square: price or bouses,
standing on lots 300x100. 86,500; terms, moderate,
cash payment, remainder upon long time: most
beautiful district or the city and convenient to all
parts. Apply to SAMUEL W. BLACK. & CO.. 99
Fourth avenue. myl2-7l
Allegheny Residences.
SALE OR EXCHANGE 12-ROOM
llnr. Allephpnv. near narb? immpHIf
possession. Address OWNER, Room 203. Bissell
block.
my23-26
pWRSALE-NOS.,7. 9 SHEFFIELD ST., ALLE-
C- uum i vity, lot
houses; price only SI. a
SONS. 'No. 80 Fourth ive.
OHENf CItv. lot SDlflO ft- with 1 smlll
bouses: price only SI. 000. W. A. HERRON
u oak. :.. - ". .w. .- .r 7 7
Znyib-ZZ-Hi, 13, Z3, -h 23, 31
FOR SALE-SECOND WARD, ALLEGHENY.
. "s'oence, for HMO; new house, 7 rooms and
. "IS, rooms; lot 30x170 feet on Clifton ave, W.
A. HERRON &. SONS, 80Fourth ave. my21-52TPS
FOR SALK-t2.400-GREATBAHGAIN-13PER
cent Investment: donble bricfc: In Third
yr?'Alle'neuY' -IAS. E. CREIGUTON & CO.,
Eeal Estate, 12 Federal St., Allegheny.
my2C-75-TUSU
FOR SALE-HANDSOME MODERN HOUSE,
all conveniences and large lot. choice loca-
convenlenccs and large lot, choice loca-
lion, JJldwcll street, Allegheny; low price;
easy terms.
aj. a. ai'iltiiCKi, va finn ave
ap9-16-TT3
FOR SALE-HOUSE A"nD 3 LOTS ON IRWIN
ive.. Second ward, Alleglieny.nearstrcet cars
and parks; Brooms in residence, laundry, bath,
finished attic, etc; 3 lots, 42x139 feet, will be sold
separately or together. To be sold at Orphans
Court Sale ou Tuesday afternoon. May 2S, nt 2
o c'0 on the premises. Terms at sale or from
JAS. W. DRaPE CO.. Agents and Auc
tioneeri, 12? Fourth ave.. Pittsburg. my25-43-p.
FOR SALE-LOTS.
City Lots. ,
FOB SALE-LOT 100X137 FT. WYLIE AVE,,
corner property; will be sold cheap to quick
buyer; terms easy. W. W. MCNEILL & Bill).,
lOo Fourth ave. my2S-M
FOR SALE -VERY CHEAP, AS LOW AS
1175, Mt. Washington building lots: call or
send tor particulars,
W. A. HERRON & SONS,
iiuioux oarin ave.
my 17-75-17, 20, 23, 23, 23, 31
FOR SALE-fSoO-fWCASH, THE REMAINDER.
HO semi-annually until paid for; lots 20x80 ft.
P.e.,;.'5u for the money In the market. W. A.
HEREON 4 SONB.-NO. 80 Fourth ave.
mylS-21-16, 18,22,25,28,
FOR SALE LOTS.
' East End Lots.
FOR SATiE-A FEW LARGE! LOTS AT EMS
WORTH. P.. Ft. W. A C. R. R.. at very low
pn
1U3
prices to close au estate.
RERlNOERitiON,
I ronrti) ave.
my'.s-T4-TTs
FOR SALE-IS0O-EAST END LOT. 31x150 KT.,
on the corner or Claybournc and Graham
sts., near Roup and Slradyslde: terms easy. W. A.
HEREON & SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
mylS-7J-18.a22S
F
OR SALE CHEAP BEATJTlFDli ACRE
DlotS.200ft. deen.on ttnnn n.ir Wllklna ave..
Twenty-second warn: beautiful location: easv of
access. W. A. RERRON & SONS, No. 0 Fourth
ave. mylS-73-18.il, 25,23
T7OR SALE-LOTS ON BEATTY STREET,
J only two minutes from two traction lines;
size, 40x119 feet: first-class building sites and al
ready sewered: only S1.8C0. MELLON BROS.,
East End, or JOHN P. BAXTER, 612 Smithfield
street. myJi-57-Trs
FORSALE-ON HA1S ST., BETWEEN NEG
LEY ave. and Hllaud ave., 5 very choice lots
30x100; great Improvements now making near;
properties will soonaavance In values: price each,
$1,400: payments to suit. MELLON BROS.. 0343
Station st , . E. my.B-71-TTS
FOR SALE-TH03E TWO BEAUTIFULLY
located corner lots at Rlppey (pared) and St.
Clair sts.; real choice: best neighborhood; only
good bouses allowed: Just at Negley ave. and 5
minutes to Penn cable: price (3.800 each: terms
satisfactory. MELLON BROS., 6349 Station St.,
E. E. my-71-TTS
FOR SALE-6 ACRES, BEAUTIFULLY LO
CATED, and fronting SCO ft. on one or the
leading GO-it. avenues of E. E.: no finer; sites for
2 or 3 first-class residences, and(l,CG0 an acre will
take It If sold before June 1; to secure this you
mnst act promptly, bee M. P. HOWLEY. S819
Butler St., city. my22-7
FOR SALE-LOTS, SIZE 40X120 FEET TO
sewered alley, 20 leet wide; near South Ulland
ave.. East Liberty; only two minutes' to cable
cars: finest locations for residence: the .price can
not be duplicated in the East End. MELLON
BROS.. East End, or JOHN F. BAXTER. 512
Smithfield street. my2fi-57-rrs
' Allecbcnv Lots.
FOR 8 ALE LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street. Allegheny, In
the, Tenth nnd Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MCN AUGHER, 43 N. Diamond st.
mh7-98-D
FOR SALE-"OSGOOD. PLACE" LARGE,
handsome lots on Osgood. Maple and Linden
avenues: all city conveniences: no lots less than
40 ft. wide: honses set from 20 to 30 feet back from
street: terms to suit. SAMUEL W. BLACK &
CO., 99 Fourth ave. my7-30-TU
Suburban Lot.
FOB SALE-INGRAM STATION J VERY
choice acre plots, overlooking the Chanters
valley and only ten minutes' walk from the sta
tion; the cream of locations for a suburban home;
prices very low and terms to suit. D. P. THOMAS
ACQ., 408 Grant street. myl3-41-ns
Tarms.
FOR SALE-A FINE FARM OF 123 ACRES,
fronting the Butler plank road, nearUlen
shaw, on the P. & W. R. R. : win sell either as
a whole or will divide to suit purchiser. C.
BERIN GER A SON, 103 Fonrth ave. my25-74-TTS
FOR SALE-65 ACRES GOOD LEVEL LAND,
well fenced, 4 miles from Pittsburg, brick
house 7 rooms, frame barn, 40x150, stone spring
house, outbuildings, fine orchard, etc., S8.5C0,
ED. W1TT1SH, 410 Grant St., Pittsburg. mylS-D
FOR SALE-A GOOD FARM OF 43 ACRES,
near Fair Oaks station. P.. Ft. W. & C. R.
R,. having about 15 acres or rich creek bottom
land; good orchard, frame bouse of 7 rooms, good
barn and other outbuildings. C. BERIN GER &
SON, 103 Fourth ave. mv25-74-TTS
FOR SALE-A VERY FINE FARM INARM
STRONG county, near Freeport, West Penn
R. R., of 70 acres; farm lays well with an eastern
slope. rich soil with some good bottom land; about
5 acres In good timber: a large orchard or all
kinds or fruit: new house of 7 rooms, ball, attic,
etc. : good bank barn, good fences, etc. ; price low,
C. BERINGER&SON, 103 Fourth ave.
my25-74-TTS
FORSALEOR EXCHANGE-CHEAPFARJJS-33
acres, 5-room good house, barn, orchard,
etc., only 1 miles from Reaver. (3.300; on
easy payments or exchange: also, 200 acres, one
mile from station. Ft. Wayne railroad. 8-room
house, 2 barns, 2 orchards, price SI0.000: yearly
payments or exchange. Send for farm and ex
change list, N.F. HUBST, Rochestesr, Pa.
my22-il-i:OD
Sllscellancons.
F
OR 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 CItv. N. J. my20-24-p
FOR SALE BUSINES9.
Business Chances.
F
IORSALE-1BARAND 1 LUNCH COUNTER
wun steam table ana 3 mirrors, cheap, at No.
6 SIXTH AVE.
myoj-w
FOR SALE-WELL LOCATED, GOOD SA
LOON; doing good business. ALFONSO
LAUL1NE. 442 East Federal street, Youngstown,
Ohio. my28-75
FOR SALE-GOOD PAYING BUSINESS FOR
lady that can sew for about (LOCO: neat little
confectionery and ice cream business, S20O; bakery
with horse and wagou, WOO: stores of all kinds;
100 business chances. SUEPARD & CO.. M Firth
ave. my3
OR SALE-LARGE BRONZE AND BRASS
foundry with first-class established trade ot
long standing, with blast furnaces, rolling mills,
railroads, etc.: completely equipped for furnish
ing soft metals of all descriptions; will be sold at
a bargain on account of Illness or owner. Address
v . b.b., uispatcn omce. my.: 1-74
FOR SALE AN OLD-ESTABLISHED AND
successful general country store, situated In
Beaver Co., Pa.; one acre of ground, good frame
storeroom, warehouse, dwelling and barn: dwell
ing has 6 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; postofflcc In same
building, with dally mall, and will no doubt be
continued to purchaser, the revenue fromtwhich
amounts to (200 per year; store sites net about
(15.000 annually; this is a rare opening for a good
man: price. (3,300 rorrcal estate and stock. For
further Information apply to L. O. FRAZIER,
Forty-firth aud Butler streets. my26-3-Tusu
Easiness Stand.
FOR SALE-COR. OF ROSS fcT. AND FIRST
avenue, dwellings and offices now paying
rent or f72 per mo. : lot 3369 ft.; price only (14,000.
W. A. HEREON & SONS. 80 Fourth ave. '
my22-30-TuWT
FOR SALE -MY THREE-STORY BRICK
building, now occupied as saloon with a very
good trade, a-flne hall In which six societies meet;
fifty yards from Etna standard mills; good rea-
JOHN ULRICl
puusior seuing; in linageport, .Deimoni i;o., u.
ju.
my2s-!0
FOR SALE-NO. 114 KRANKSTOWN AVE.; 2
story brick store, with dwelling: also tene
ment In rear: good business location: third door
from corner Station St.; sell at a bargain, S3,570;
terms arranged to suit. MELLON BROS.. 6349
Station St., E. E my28-7I-TTS
FOR SALE-ONLY S350 FOR A SMALL
place or 2$f acres of ground, with a frame
house of 4 rooms, stable, and blacksmith shop:
small orchard, etc. ; situate on a public road near
Freeport, aud an excellent location for a black
smith shop. C. BER1NGER & SON, 103 Fourth
ave. my25-74-TTS
Manufacturing Sites.
FOR SALE-ONE OF THE BEST MANUFAC
TURING sites in the city, fronting the Alle
gheny Valley and Junction Railroads and the
Allcgheuy river, 360x400 ft. deep; located In the
midst or the manufacturing district In the Seven
teenth ward. W. A. HERRON Jt tONS. No. 80
Fourth ave. myl8-73-18,22,25,23
171 O R SAL E-THE RUSSIA SHEET IKON
? Works at BaUer Junction, WestPennB. B.,
Allegheny county, containing 4 acres, with a nice
residence; 700 feet wbarfaze on Allegheny river;
Pine Run natural gas connections; on the prem
ises there is a Morgan steel hammer, 14-Inch cylin
der and other machinery; also a stone mill; for
manufacturing purposes, all will be sold very
cheap. HENRY A. LEAVER & CO., 92 Fourth
avenue. my28-40
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock. &c
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND PHAETON: IS
as good as new. Can be seen at C. WEST &
CO. S, 420 Duquestie way.
my28-72
FOR SALE BAY HORSE -GOOD SIZE:
won't scare; very desirable for family use or
delivery wagonr cheap,
6343 Station st.. E.E.
only S100. J.
H. COOK,
my28-0
FOR SALE-ICELAND PONY, 6 YEARS OLD,
43 Inches high, well broken to harness or sad
dle, sound and free thoroughly from all tricks;
also new pony wagon and harness. Address DR.
W. B. LOURNAN, Johnstown. Pa. my23-33
TflORSALE-THEFINESl LOOKING DAPPLE
JD gray horse In the State; Is 15 hands 3 In. high:
he Is a good saddler and driver; any lady or timid
person can ride or drive him; docs not scare at
cable or steam cars: will be sold cheap as owner Is
leaving city. Inquire of A. JACKMAN & SON,
U30 to 530 Penn ave. my28-7
Machinery ana Metals.
FOR SALE-2 LARGE CHILSON nEATING
furnaces,, in good condition. Apply at
STANDARD J1U1LDING, Mland 533 Wood St.
my26-12S V
FOR SALE-2 HORIZONTAL ENGINES, 18x22,
1 Ball engine, I small dynamo aud 2 lamps and
meat choppers, rendering kettles, etc. .VELTE 4
MCDONALD, Penn aye., cor. Thirty-second st.
lelG-163-rrs
nHsccIlaneous.
-TITANTED -MILK SHAKE APPARATUS
TT and Ice shavcrj M. ANDK. my2J-60
F
IOR SALE A SECOND-HAND
sewlnir machine, as good as new.
WHITE'S
Call at 413
my23-27
SMITHFIELD ST.
FOKSALE-ATGALLINGEK'SMONEYLOAN
Offices, all kinds of Elgin, Waltham and
SpringtUld watches at 50 cents on the dollar: euar-
antee gWn with each watch. N. GALLINGER,
lioa and 1200 Pcuu are.
. S. Watch repairing a
specialty.
LOST.
LOST-1N THE EAST END, YELLOW MAS
TIFF puppy, black nose and ears, answers
to name Don; renard will be paid for hlsieturn.
Address DON. Dispatch ofllee. my28-47
0.
"A7BALPH7
BUILDING CONTRACTOR,
u oeventn avenne,
. Pittsburg, Pa.
Telephone 13ii - ie5-n60-TT3
TO LET.
CItv Residences.
TO LET-NO. 101 FAYETTE ST., S ROOMS
late Improvements; all In first-class order
rent J40O pvr year.
80 Fourth ave.
"W. A. HERRON 4 SONS. No.
mylO-22-lS, 18, 23, 25.331
TO LET NEARLY NEW 6-ROOM 1IRICK
house, No. 80 Ann street, nat, andartlf.
gas: Immediate possession. Inquire at J.
FREUDEN BERG 'S, N o. 420 Fifth ave. my2S-83
East End Kesiaenees.
TO LET AT SWISSVALE DESIRABLE
residence, 12 rooms: first-class order, lata
conveniences: large grounds; easy of access to
and trom the station: only tM per month. W.A.
HERRON & SONS. No. 5 Fourth ave.
myl6-22-16.1S,23,25,2S,31
TO LET-(S9)-PENN AVE.. E. E.. RESI
DENCE, 10 rooms, 4 acres or ground, all
modern conveniences: completely furnished: will
rent for. ummer months; lirst-class neighborhood.
SAMUEL W . BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth ave.
my23-J8-TTS
Ilazelvrood Residences.
TO LET-LYTLE ST., NEAR HAZELWOOD
ave., between the station and river, seven
roomed house, with nlshed attic, bath, natural
gns, large lot; opposite Mr. M. W. Ranklns: rent
28 per month. Inquire of ytOBT. MARSHALL,
tfl Diamond st. myCS-43
Allegheny Residences.
TO LET SI8-NEW BRICK HOUSE SIX
rooms, McDonald street. Eleventh ward,
Allegheny, near New Brighton road. A. LEG
GATE & SON, 31 Federal if. my26-131
T
O L.ET-IN THE SECOND WARD. ALLE
GHENY. 1 sanare from street cars, brick
house: 6 rooms, finished attic bath. w. ., range.
both gases, etc.; no water rent.
ALEXANDE
& LEE, 313 Wood St.
iny25-36-TuS
TO LET-(99)-ALLEOHENY, NEW TWO
storv, mansard, press-brick dwelling. S
rooms: all modern conveniences: close to street
cars: desirable location; cheap at $400 a year.
SAMUEL "W. BLACK & CO., W Fourth ave.
may2S-57-TT
Suburban Residences.
TO LET-MY HOU&E, THIRTEEN BOOMS,
at Laurel Station, Ft. Wayne road, all mod
ern Improvements, stable and carnage house, two
acres ground, with liver view. Inquire on prem
ises, or at 219 Lacock street, Allegheny. WM. T.
DUNN. mh9-6J
Apartments.
NORTH AVENUE, CORNER
mo LET-64
-L Grant ave.,
A. LEGGATE&SON, 31 Federal st., Allegheny.
my26-131
IJiaUk AT IT.. AllCXUCII V. BCICU IIRJIIIt. .!
TO LET SOME FINE UNFURNISHED
rooms suitable for housekeeping; three store
rooms, good stands, low rent. For particulars In
quire 44 FOURTH STREET. my28-6t-Tuwrsu
TO LET-FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSE
keeplng In the coolest house In Pittsburg:
every convenience; both gases: extra kitchen and
laundry. Icebox and ice furnished; washing done
by house. 292 FIFTH AVE. my2S-23
TO LET-FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
rooms, on second and third stories of a new
house In Allegheny, for gentlemen only: cars pass
the door: twelve minutes' from Pittsburg P. o.;
reference. Address HOME, Dispatch office.
my26-2S
Business Stands.
To.LET-wrrn steady power-large
well-lighted rooms, suitable for light manu
facturing. Applv at 68 WATER ST., Pittsburg.
mv26-102
PERSONAL.
IERSONAL-IF YOU WISH TO BORROW
money on watches. Jewelry, clothing or musi
cal goods call at GALLfNGER'S MONEY LOAN
OFFICES, HOG and 12X1 Penn ave.
my21:27
PERSONAL BOOKS WANTED IF YOU
have one booE worth 10 cents, or a library
worth SLOOO, let ns know: we will buy one as
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK bTORE,
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. my3-2S
PERSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOUR WfFE,
mother or daughters In repairing, and clean
ing your old clothes, when It can be done for a
trifle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood St., second floor? Charges moderate:
facilities unsurpassed: suits madeto order: spring
styles now ready, 'telephone 1538. mh8
MEETINGS.
THE MEMBERS OF ENGLISH STAND
ARD Lodge No. 31, Xlrder Sons of St.
George, are requested to meet at tbelr hall,
corner Forty-third street, on TUESDAY, May
28, atlp. jr., sbarp, to attend the funeral of
our deceased brother, John Dickinson. my27-7
HALL OF JAMES L. GRAHAM LODGE, L
O.O.F.. No. 49 WestDiamondst-.AIIegheny
City, May 27. 1889. The officers and brothers
of the above lodge are hereby ordered to meet
at their lodge room on WEDNESDAY, May
29, 1889. at 1130 o'clock P. it., to attend the
funeral of onr brother. S. B. Carroll, from his
lato residence. No. 6 Pride stPittsburg, Pa.
Members Bister lodges are cordially Invited to
attend. By order of
P. N. SMITH. N. G.
JOHN. S. NICHOL, Seev. my28-80
-VrTICE-IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
L meeting; of the stockholders of the Elec
tric Light and Power Company will be held .in
Room 22. Dispatch building, Diamond street,on
FRIDAY, May 3L at 2 P. M., for the purpose of
accepting the provisions of the act of- May S,
18S9, providing for the Incorporation of electric
light, heat and power companies, and consider
ing such other business as may come before
such rocetimr. A. M. NEEPEB,
May 2L 1839. Secretary.
mySC-tt)
AMUSEMENTS.
1 RAND OPERA HOUSE
VT Every evenine, matinees Decoration Day
(Thursday) and Saturday, Willard Spenser's
popular comic opera, THE LITTLE TYCOON.
Notice Tho programme used this week per
fumed with Lightner's Maid of the Mist.
my267
BIJOU THEATER
By Special Request.
THURSDAY (Decpratfon Day) Matinee and
Evening. May SO,
BLIND TOM.
Last time in Plttsbursr. my23
DACES EXPOSITION PARK
DECORATION DAY.
2:10 Facing Race for Butchers and Merchants,
23) Trottine R-ice,
2M Trotting Race, i
230 Pacing Race,
-And-
Pony Running Race.
ADSnSSION. 69c: CHILDREN, 25c.
Mnsic by Great Western Band. my28-43
picNic Grove free;
Jr WINDSOR PARK.
Only six miles from the city, situated on tho
bluff overlooking Davis Island dam. Easily
reached by rail or boat. Large grove of forest
trees, coo), clear springs of water, flue dancing
platform, eta
The use of the grove will be given free to
Sunday schools, societies, lodges, G.A.R. posts,
private fetes, etc., the only charge being fare
on the steam elevator to and from the gronnds.
For dates and further particulars apply to
T. H. DAWSON, Lacock street, near Fed
eral street, Allegheny, or to A. CLANEY on
the grounds. mylM5-D
MONONGAHELA AND OHIO RIVERS
Transportation & Excursion Co.,
LIMITED.
Steamer MAYFLOWER
Can be chartered for excursions, picnics and
evening parties. Office, No. 118 WATER ST.
mvIl-40-TTS L. N. CLARK. Captain.
LEGAL NOTICES.
ESTATE OF GEORGE R. SPLANE. DE-CEASED-Executor's
noticeNotice is
hereby given that letters testamentary on the
estate of George R. Splane, late of the Sixth
ward or 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 delavto
WM. H. McKELVY. Executor.
ap30-40-TU Sixth avenue, Pittsburg. Pa.
FRANK W. SMITH, Attorney at Law.
Estate of EH Bnrford, deceased.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT LET
1 TERS testamentary on tho estate of Eli
Bnrford. late of the" city of Pittsburg, connty
of Allegheny, Pa., deceased, have been granted
to the undersigned, to whom all persons in
debted to said estate are requested to make
immediate payment, and those having claims
against the same will make them known with
out delay to JOHN BURFORD, 50 Water St.,
Pittsburg, C. H. BEACH, cor. Shiloh and 8yca
more sts Pittsburg, Executors. ap2JS2-Tn
William Ross, executor, et aj. vs Elizabeth
Donnell et al.
TN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
L No. 1, of Allegheny connty. No. 2, Septem
ber Term, 1889 To John Donnell, Thomas Don
nell, of John, John Montgomery and Mary A.,
bis wife, Asa Derrick and Eliza P., his wife,
Thomas Donnell. of William James Donnell.
Joseph Donnell, of William, Peter Ward and
Martha H.. his wife, Henrv Donnell, Minnie
M. Donnell, Margaret E. .Donnell and Mar
garet Donnell: Yon are hereby notlfled that
suit has been brought In the above seated case
by William Ross, executor, et al. vs Elizabeth
Donnell et ai, including yourselves, lor the
partition of a certain nlcco of ground situate
in Fawn township, Allegheny county, Penn
sylvania, described as follows: Beginning at a
white oak; thence n. 2. w. 200 perches to a
post: thence n. 87, e. 200 perches to a post;
thence 2K. e. 200 perches to a white oak:
thence s. 8, w. 200 perches to tho place of
beginning, contalmnfe two hundred and thirty
five acres and four-fifths and allowances. Re
turnable on the first MONDAY of July, 1SS6S
, ALEX IE. MC0ANDLE8S,. V
xny28-5l..K SherUt-
AUCTION SALES.
A UCTTON SALE
Of a consignment of fine f nmltnre and carpels)
TUESDAY MORNING,
May 28. at 10 o'clock.
Oak. walnnt and cherry chamber suits, ward
robes, cheffonlers, folding beds, bureaus, wash
stands, bedsteads, chairs, rockers, bookcases,
desks, secretaries, sideboards, ballracks, exten
sion and center tables, cupboards, decorated
ware, fine line of elegant parior .suits, in silk.
and satin brocatelle damask, rep, tapestry and
plush easy chairs, fine curtain?. lamps, fancy
goods, drygoods and notions, etc
HENRY AUCTION CO., IJJL,
my26-73 Auctioneers.
OFFICIAL PITTSBURG.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at the office of the City Controller
until Tuesday. June 4,27. M., for the repairs of.
No. 0 engine bouse. Plans and specifications
can be seen at the office of F. C.-Sauer, archi
tect, rooms Nos. 0 and 10, northwest .cornet
Sixth and Liberty streets.
Bonds in double the amount of bid mnst ac
company each proposal, said bonds to be pro
bated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves tho
right to reject any or all bids.
j. o. brows;
Chief of the Department of Public Safety.
PrnaBPHG, May 27, 1883. my23-S8
-VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
JM Sealed proposals will be received at tb a
office of City Controller until Tuesday, tho
4th day of June, A. D. 1889, at 2 P. Xfor the fol
lowing, viz.:
EEPAVTNG.
Penn avenue, from Fifth avenne to City Line.
Forbes street, from Brady to Boyd streets.
Sixth avenue, from Wylle avenue westward-
ly.
First avenue, from Smithfield street to Grant
street.
Butler street, from Forty-ninth street to
Fifty-first street.
Eighth street, from Penn avenue to Liberty
avenue.
Ninth street, from Penn avenne to Liberty
avenne.
Liberty avenue, from Smithfield street east,
wardly.
Cherry alley, from Third avenne to Water
street.
State alley, from Wylie 'avenue to Fifth ave
nne. Scott alley, from Penn avenue to Duquesna
way.
Garrison alley, from Fayette street to Lib
erty avenue.
Barker's alley, from Dnqnesno way to Lib
erty avenne.
Church alley, from Sixth avenna to Straw
berry alley.
Slocum alley, from Penn avenue to Liberty-
avenne.
Strawberry alley, from Smithfield street to
Liberty street.
' GRADING, PAVING AND CTTEBrNG.
Halket street, from Fifth avenue to Wilmot
street.
Herron avenue, from Center avenue to Thirty-third
street.
Boquet street, from Semple street to Frazier
street.
Denni3ton avenue, from Fifth avenno to
Penn avenue.
Atwood street, from Fifth avenue to Boquet
street.
Center avenue, from Sobo street to HUand
avenue.
PAVTNO AND CTJBBING.
Stanton avenue, from Hiland avenna to
Heberton avenue.
Corday alley, from Pearl to Cedar streets.
The paving ot the above named streets to be
either with Block Stone, Standard Sheet
Asphalt, Vulcanite Asphalt, Irregular Block
Stone or Cobble Stone, aud bids will be re
ceived for each kind of pavement.
SEWERS.
Center avenne. from Summit, near Aliquip
pa, to Reed street, 18. 20-inch pipe, 3 feet and S
feet 6 inch: brick and stone.
Denniston avenue, from Fifth avenne to
Shakespeare street: 20 and 24-inch pipe.
Stanton avenue, Viola alley and private prop
erty of Henry Janson and Mellon Bros., from
the west side of Hiland avenue to Negley run;
IS. 20 and 24-inch pipe.
Mignonette street, from Negley avenna to
Beatty street ; 15 and 18 inch pipe.
Penn avenue and Braddbck avenue, from.
Linden avenne to Susquehanna street; 15, 18,
20 and 24-inch pipe.
Harvard street, from Negley avenue to
Euclid avenue; 15-lncb pipe.
Also extension of stone wall, at Eoho street
and Center avenne.
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 reservesUho
rigut to rej en any oraumas. v
r E-M.'BIGELOvV. Vr
Chief of the Department of Public Works.
my!3-28
MEMORIAL DAY, 188S.
Headquarters Dtqcesne Post No. 259,
Department of Pesn'a, G. A. R..
Pittsburg, M ay 25, 1889. )
Comrades Over a quarter of a century has
elapsed since many of our comrades fell upon
the field of battle, and many who were per
mitted to return home have since been ten
derly laid to rest. Yet the "tie that bound" ns
to them is none the less stronir, but impels us
with muffled drum and quiet step to cat her
around their graves, and with reverence for
their valor pay onr tribute of respect to their
memories. Wo can never do too much for
them, and now, comrades should some of our
citizens be forgetful of the day that memorial
izes onr fallen heroes, 'or fail to visit tho graves
of "their faithful," let it not be said that one
of us who fonght by their sides failed to rev
erently observe the day or revere their service
to our country.
General Order No. 1:
I. In compliance with general orders from
national and department headquarters. Grand
Army of the Republic, this post will take part
in the services for the proper observing of
Memorial Day of 18S9.
II. The comrades of the post are accord
ingly directed to assemble at post headquar
ters. No. 77 Sixth avenue, THURSDAY. May
30. ISiO, at 8 o'clock a. H., in full G. A. R. nni
form, cap and badge, all or either, as yon may
have them, for duty at the AUegheny Ceme
tery. III. The post will leave headquarters at 8:15
o'clock, sharp, and proceed to the train, corner
of Liberty and Wood streets.
IV. As our post will bave the right of the)
line on this occasion, it is desired that we have
as full a representation as possible.
V. The Quartermaster will furnish gloves
and cares f .r those not supplied.
VI. At the close of the general ceremonies
at the cemetery, the post will proceed to the
graves of onr late associates and comrades,
where brief exercises will be held.
By order, O. M. HEAD. Post Commander.
EDWARD ABEL, Adjntant. myDS-GJ
Arrived at Last,
. OVER P. R. R.,
THE GREAT CENTENNIAL HIM,
THE LARGEST IN THE WORLD.
Took First Prize at Philadelphia Centennial
1876.
NOW AT
STROUPS
Band Box Cafe,
25 union street,
my25-78
PITTSBURG. PA.
OAKLAND SQUARE,
Jd.500 each, moderate cash payment, balance
tSOO per annum, elegant new two-story and
mansard brick dwellings. 8 rooms, hall, bath,
laundry, slate mantels, art Are places, tila
hearths, sliding doors, wired for electric light,
nno chandeliers, both gases, plate class win
dows, etc.; Oakland Square, rive minutes from.
Fifth avenue cable line ana directly on line ot
new cable loop which is to be constructed this
summer; a beautiful park (on which are sev
eral hundred beantifnl shade trees), the whole
surrounded by streets and sidewalks, sewered
and paved with aspbaltum;on each side of and
facing the park aro the above described dwell
ings; most desirable houses yet offered; en
hancement of valnes sure. SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO., $9 Fourth ave. myU-39
Y
OR SALE-WHOLESALE PRODUCE
commission bouse, doing a business second
to none In the city; everytbirg intlrst-clas3
rnnning oroer; tnis is an opportunity to step
into an established paving business that is
seldom offered vfl be ral terms, Address BUSI
NESS, Dispatch office. my2B-llS-TTS3a
i
'
JC. TWYMAN,
. OF LEXINGTON, KY
Has a lot of nicely broken
SADDLE AN1XHARNES8 H0RSE3
For sale W the Allegheny
" EU?0Sm0NDRrVINGr PARK, '
And will take much (leastus in showing th
same to ladies and gerflsjttea, I wiU remah
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