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THE PITTSBURG-. DISPATCH THURSDAY;' MAT -30, . IMS.
MOBILE IS AFTER IT.
And She Asks Andrew Carnegie to
BnUd Steel Works on the Gulf.
-$o;labor troubles felt there,
Maiij Advantages, Such as Cheap Fuel and
""5 Freight Are Limned.
CUBUT OEES JIAT BE UTILIZED TO MIX
fftairv writing in the name of the Cham
bercf Commerce of Mobile, Ala., to An
drew Carnegie, of this city, gives a glowing
account of the possible future of that sec
tion in the steel producing line. The letter
makes a column and a half in the Mobile
Daily Register. It contains a strong invi
tation to Mr. Carnegie to establish works in
that vicinity, stating that U is the most
suitable place in the South for the erection
of a steel plant. Some of the stronger
points are here given:
-Mobile hu tributary to It over ROM miles of
navigable rivers, penetrating the very heart of
tlie coal. Icon ore and limestone region of Ala
bama. These nvera have been, and are now
being Improved by the national rovernment, so
that within a short time navigation will be bad
the whole year round for the transportation of the
coal, coke, ore, etc, by barge lines between the
mineral section of the State and Mobile."
The rate at which these materials can be
laid down at Mobile is but little more than the
expense of moving the same materials from
mines and ore heads to the furnaces, as located
in the iron regions.
ALABAMA AND HEB BAILTVAYS.
"Aside from river transportation of the mine
products, there are three railroads (the Louisville
and' "Nashville, East Tennessee, Virginia and
Georgia, and Mobile and Ohio) entering Mobile,
passing through the Iron region, over any of which
extremely low rates for transporting this prod
uct could be obtained. If I am correctly Informed,
the Alabama ores rnn too high In phosphorus and
sulphur for the production, from them, of steel
under the Bessemer process, but if mingled with
ores, similar In character to the Bessemer ores,
wnicb are now used In Pennsylvania for the man
ufacture of steel, this combination would produce
steel In Alabama. Experts and chemists have
pronounced the Cuban ores very similar to or even
of better quality than the Bessemer ores. This
being fact, would not a combination of the Cuban
with the Alabama ores produce a fine quality of
steel? The Cuban ores lie In Inexhaustible quan
tities and of easy access within but a few hundred
miles southeast of Mobile. These Cuban ores can
be Imported at Mobile, including duty, at a cost
not to exceed SO to 2 75 per ton, and perhaps
considerably lower by Increased facilities aud the
influence of large capital. 1 understand that the
Cuban Government has already made large grants
or its ore mountains to some American capitalists,
and that one small shipment has already been re
ceived at one of our southern ports for experi
ments.'" The wnter continues to enumerate advant
ages as follows: The harbor is one of the safest
on the Gulf. Tbe-work of the National Gov
ernment has increased the depth Inside the bar
to 17 feet, and the work is to be continued tin
til S3 feet depth Is gotten. On the outer bar
there are 2s feet, and the depth has been in
creasing an Inch a year for more than a cen
tury. GOOD DISTRIBUTING POINT.
It Is estimated that as soon as the locks on the
Warrior river are completed coal can be laid
down in Mobile at SI 45 per ton. The geograph
ical position of Mobile, with reference to Mex
ico, Central and Souths America, the proposed
Nicaragua and Panama canals, the Pacific
coast and Western, Northwestern and South
ern States, is shown to be the best possible
adapted to the distribution of goods, and it is
pointed out that she will be the nearest distri
bution point for steel and Iron products to the
Mr. Carnegie's attention is also called to the
proposition of the United States Government
to establish a large navy yard on the gulf, and
to the report of naval examiners who fonnd
Mobile and New Orleans the mosr suitable sites
for it. Bethinks that if a steel plant were
established at Mobile it would Influence the
Government to select that city as the site for
the navy yard, and whether or no the yard
were established at Mobile a steel plant there
erected wonld get tbe contract for furnishing
the steel required for vessels on the gulf.
The writer Bays wood is near, in fact all
around. Mobile in inexhaustible supply and
charcoal can be bad at the minimum cost.
' But, perhaps, his last argument was intended
as a clincher. It is: "labor is abundant and
cheap, and I do not think there are any labor
organizations existing here now."
OS XEYILLE ISLAND.
Mffew Drive ! Being: Made and Thex May
Build an Electric Road.
Eip Van "Winkle has shaken off his
reverie and decided that the island must
and shall be improved, just as it would have
been a score of years ago had not some of the
population been asleep.
Mr j Joseph 'Walters states that a drive 60
feet in width has been laid out through the
center of tho island leading from the bridge at
the upper end to the lower end near the center
of tho village ot Coraopoh The Island has
the same fall as the river except in one place,
where there is a rise of perhapsCO feet, and
this would be the only grading required In a
drive of II miles, from Lasbel station, opposite
the center of Sewickley, to Pitttbbrg. There
is just enough fall to shed water.
There are between 600 and 1,000 signatures to
a petition asking the Court Tor a bridge at the
lower end to connect with Coraopolls.
It is not expected that Neville Island will be
cut into 20 foot front lots, but that it will, ere
long, be the prettiest suburb in the county.
There is also little doubt that an electric rail
way win soon be built to connect all that coun
try with the city.
AN OFFICER'S EC5B.
An Employment Ag-ent Arretted by Detect
ives Coulson and Fllzcerald.
.Harry Sheldon was arrested on a charge
of running a bogus employment agency.
He published the usual ads in the papers.
Detective Fitzgerald, disguised as a laborer, ap
plied for work. He paid the tl 60 required,
taking a receipt.
Sheldon promised him a job at New Cole
working on a railroad, and gave him an order
on a Mr. Colvin. When arrested he was indig
nant, and finally admitted to Detective Cenl
son that there was no such place as New Cole.
He will have a hearing this morning.
A Building Condemned.
The residence of John Logue. No. 827 Fifth
avenue, was condemned yesterday Try the
Building Inspector. There was a fire in the
place some time ago, and the building has
since been damaged to such an extent that it is
unsafe to live in. xne inspector ordered Mr.
' logue to vacate the bouse Immediately.
P. & Ii. E. K. B- Aliqnippa.
On May 30, Decoration Day, trains will
leaves Pittsburg for Aliqnippa as follows:
&25 A. M., 7:30 A. 1L, 7:40 a. m., 930 A.
3L, 1050 A. M., 1250 p.m., 120 P. m. and
Returning leave Aliqnippa 11:30 a. M.,
12:42 P. M., 4 P. M., 4:50 P. M. and 630
t Central time one hour slower than city
Our Parlor Furniture
Is to be envied by every other retailer of
furniture in the city, as it is the largest,best
, astorted and most reasonable in price. It
Sr also the most artistic, and comprises
'divans, conches, easy chairs, rockers and
full suits. M. Seibebt & Co.,
Cor. Hope and Lacock sts., Allegheny.
'If ear railroad bridge. D
' HEAL ESTATE SAVINGS BANK, Mat,
401 Smlthfleld Street, cor. Fourth Avenue.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $45,000.
Deposits of tl and upward received and
interest allowed at 4 per cent tis
, . TAYLOR & DEAN'S,
203 and 205 Market Street,
Is 'headquarters for adjustable window
screens, which will fit any window. Price
from 30c to 60c each. Also for fencing of
every description. EOD
s-v-DeeornUen Dar at Caatle Shannon.
Picnic Mt 'Washington Fishing Club.
.'PicnIc, Home social,
baseball, Kaufmanns vs. Gusky's.
Baseball, Castle Shannon ts Southside.
EXTBAOEDiyABY bargains in gent's thin
ungear at 30c, 37c, BOe, worth 50 per cent,
more, atRosenbaom & Co.,.27 Fifth avenue.
Plttabar and Caatle Shannon R. R.
Will rnn trains every hour on Decoration
Xay. Bound trip Utt, 35 cent.
A MAETELODS FLIGHT.
A Pittsburg Bomlnc; Pigeon Makes 243
Miles la 323 Minutes.
In view of the fact that the bird had, with
his fellows, been confined in' baskets Bince
Saturday morning last, that was a remarka
ble flight of Jacob Moti's 3-year-old carrier
pigeon Shepherd, which-arrived at its Grant
street home loft in this city, just before noon
yesterday, making an average of 1,100 yards a
minute. Although Mr. Motz wasn't feeling
very well physically, when he saw a reporter
last evening, his smile was so warm and his
manner as jovial as If he bad heard he washeir
to a fortune In New Zealand or Kamschatka.
The diamond pendant from his pigeon-on-the-wing
scarfpin glistened no brighter than Ja
cob's eves when he told about it, even if he did
have a bad headache.
Here are the facts about the flight: It was
the second Pittsburg long-distance race of the
season. On Saturday the ten birds went in
baskets to Springfield, O., 203 miles west, air
line. They could not well be liberated at an
earlier day on account of bad weather; so were
set free from their baskets at 6.30 A. M. yester
day. The arst one got In at 11:65 A. at. It was
Shepherd, belonging to Mr. Motz, and the only
bird tie bad sent. It had to stop a clock to en
ter the loft here, so that the exact minute was
The second and only other One to arrive was
one of William Hillebrecht's Seven birds, which
arrived at his loft at 12:45 K M. having aver
aged 838 yards a minute for the flight, which
Mr. Mote's bird made in 325 minutes. Neither
of Jacob Eaupt's two birds got in.
K0T DECIDED IET.
Navigation Directors May Act on Their Own
The stockholders of the Monongahela
Navigation Company met yesterday to de
cide whether they would appeal or not from
the decision of the Board of Viewers in con
demning lock No. 7. They adjourned with
out coming to any conclusion.
An opinion from Attorney Carnahan was
read, in which he held that the directors could
appeal without consulting the stockholders.
Mr. Carnahan said that the directors held most
of the stock anyhow. A great deal of it belongs
to estates, ana the holders have no desire to
litigate. Mr. Carnahan could not say what the
directors wonld decide to do.
He explained that a dam is an uncertain
Quantity until it is tested. There is always the
anger of leakage, and a small stream working;
through a part of the dam will soon enlarge the
opening. For this reason he thinks that lock
No. 7 is worth more than $209,000, though he-
admits that the uovernment working by toe
day and not by contract would spend more
money in building a similar structure.
THEIR SUMMER SCHEDULE.
Changes In the Tims Table Will be Made on
the Lake Erie.
The new summer schednle of the Lake
Erie will be issued in a few days. Train
No. 1 for Cleveland and Chicago will leave
at 5 A. 31. instead of 525. The day express will
start at 8 o'clock; a new accommodation to
Montours will be put on to leave at 5.35 a. if.
For Beaver Falls, the train will start at 8.30 a.
jr.: for Youngstown at 10J5 a. m.; Cleveland
and Chicago, 1.35 P. K.: Beaver Falls, 3:30 P. M.
Steamboat express, 4:15 p. jr.- Beaver Falls, 6.15
p. K.; Cleveland and Buffalo. 9.30 p. a.
Trains will arrive from Beaver Falls, 6:25 A.
jr.; Cleveland and Buffalo, 6.30 A. jr.; Montour
Junction. 6.5 A. jl, Beaver FaUs, 720 A, J.:
Yonngstown, 920 A. Jr.; Cleveland, 12.30 p. jr.;
Beaver Falls 1:10 P. JL; Cleveland, 5.35 p. jr.,
7:55 p. jr. and 9.40 P. Jr. The time used on this
road is one hour behind Pittsburg time.
EXPLOSION IN SCHOOL.
A Natural Gaa Leak Creates Consternation
In the Seventeenth ward school a natural
gas explosion occurred yesterday morning
that caused considerable fright to the chil
dren in the schoolroom.
Miss Munnls, one of the teachers, lit a fire
soon after school opened.and throwing a match
into the stove an explosion occurred. The
stove was knocked into the middle of the room,
the wall was bulged out and a number of win
dows were broken.
Fortunately, however, no one was hurt, but
the children were all badly frightened, and
miss Munnls fainted. The latter fact created
great excitement among the children, almost
more so than the explosion, but soon all
fears were allayed and school resumed.
The explosion is supposed to have been
caused by a leak in one of the pipes.
TVOMEK AT WOODWORK.
A New Departure for Females at California
Prof. J. JLLuckey has just returned from
the California Normal School.and in his re
port of the.institution is particularly flatter
ing as to its prosperity. He says that there
are between 400 and 500 students attending, and
the accommodations are insufficient, many
having to room and board outside.
They hare in successful operation the wood
work school far both ladles and gentlemen, and
he says the girls handle the plane and saw with
great dexterity. He delivered two talks while
present on "Educational Progress" and
'Methods of Teaching.1' Colonel Parker, of
the Cook County Normal School, was there two
weeks ago, while Dr. Brooks entertained and
enlightened the students last week.
A pjECTED VOTE.
John Bcott Waives a Henrlng on a Politi
John Scott, charged before Alderman
Gripp with misdemeanor, in knowingly re
jecting the vote of a person entitled to vote
under the rules of the Republican party at a
primary election, appeared for a preliminary
trial yesterday, but waived a hearing and eave
bail in $300 for court.
The suit was brought by H. & Bea, and the
offense Is said to have been committed in the
Nineteenth ward during the recent primaries.
Iran Sates to St. Paul Will be Reduced on
June 1 From Chicago.
The Wisconsin Central road announces
that the iron rates from Chicago to St Paul
and Minneapolis will be reduced June 1
from 20 and 17 cents to 17 and 14 cents in less
than car and carloads.
Iron between the citv and Chicago has hpn
classified in the fifth and sixth classes for the
past year, but the roads to the Northwest never
assented. From June 1 they will put in force
the same classification.
A LIGHTHOUSE Bl THE SEA.
It Will be Carried In Porta Across the Con
tinent From Sit. Tenon.
A train of 13 cars will start from Mt,
Yernon some time this week having on
board a lighthouse for Construction Island
an the Pacific coast The freight is destined to
Astoria over the Fort Wayne. Wisconsin Cen
tral and Northern Pacific roads.
The structure is made out of cast iron, and
when built will be SO feet high, 24 feet In diam
eter at the base and 16 feet in diameter at the
James Underwood Arrested.
James Underwood was arrested yesterday by
Detective Coulson for breach of trust in ap-
Eropriatlng $50 which W. W. Patrick, the
anker, gave him to take to Mrs. Patrick a few
day ago. Mrs. Patrick sent Underwood with a
note to her husband requesting that he send
the money "by bearer." Underwood disap
peared immediately. It is charged j by Mrs. Pat
rick. Many of the plagues of dyspepsia, and
the depression caused by general debility,
may be overcome by Dr. Javne's Tonic
Vermifuge. It helps the weak and aids
the digestive functions, being an excellent
general tonic, and the very best ol worm ex
terminators besides. For use as a tonic the
larger sized bottles are cheapest
Unclaimed Expreu Sale
At the Pittsburg and Western depot, Alle
gheny, at 10 o'clock a. M. Saturday, June
i, aw jKtu&Bgca ui uuciaimea ireignt and
express packages from stations along the
line of the P. & W. By.
Henry & Co., Auctioneers,
Teeganowan'S Art Store is the cheap
est place to get your pictures framed. Large
stock of engwrvings, solar prints, etchines,
etc. lfi3"Wylieave. ttsu
Store Closed To-Day Rend Oar Ad. for
Then come and secure some of .our ereat
"mb am uwb auu ui cargous,
JOS. ilDRNE & GO'S
Peafa Atmsc Store.
THEY Witt PROTEST.
Natural Gas Consumers of Mount
Washington Up in Anns Against
THE PHILADELPHIA GAS COMPANY,
And May Order the Corporation to Bhul Off
the Supply of Fuel.
OBJECTIONABLE METERS THE CAUSE
The consumers of natural gas in the
Thirty-second ward, Mount 'Washington,
are up in arms against the action of the
Philadelphia Gas Company, who have
ordered them to put meters in their houses.
A meeting-has been called for Saturday
evening, when they will protest against it,
and decide whether or not they will go back
to the use of coal. The meeting will be
held in the schoolhouse, if that building
can "be secured.
A careful canvass -among the consumers
shows that fully nine-tenths of them will or
der the gas shut offif the company persists
in what the consumers call a "one-sided,un-lawful
extortion." The company has sent
notices to the consumers annulling their
contracts and stating that if they want them
renewed they must apply at the office. There
they must sign an agreement to put in the
mcter.which will cost the consumer $5. In view
of the fact that the rates have been raised
twice since the cas has been put in, the con
sumers object. They claim that if they put in
the meters there is nothing to prevent the com
pany from again advancing tho rates. They
might then decide to order the order the gas
shut off, and they wonld then be out the $5
which they paid for the meter, but which does
not belong to them.
At the meeting there will probably be two
propositions adopted for submission to the
company. One is that the consumers will sign
contracts from July 1 attUe same rate; they are
paying now. and allow the company to put in
the meter if they wish to do so. The other is
that the company pay for the meter, and
chances will be taken in regard to an increase
in the rates. In no event will the consumers
pay for the meters.
'One of the most indhmant consumers has
been collecting statistics as to the cost of the
gas where a meter is used. One Southside man
who has a meter in his house says he pays at
the rate of $38 50 per year for one cooking
stove. He burns 800 to 1.000 feet of gas In ten
hours, which be has figured down to cost 10
cents. This was for the month of April, when
he did not burn the gas anywhere else but in the
cooking stove. Another expert on the South
Side has figured it down to cost him 87 40 for
the month for one store.
The majority of the consumers are afraid
that if they put in the meters, they will have
to order them out again. The tenants say the
landlords should put the meters in, while the
landlords think they should not be compelled
to do so without raising the rent. The tenants
refuse to have the rent increased, and cannot
give any assurance to the-landlords that they
will not refuse to continue taking the gas if
rates are raised by the use of the meters.
Nearly everybody on the hill uses the gas and
Is interested in the matter.
A Snre Deliverance. '
Not instantaneously, it is true, but In a short
space of time, persons of a bilious habit are
saved from the tortures which a disordered
liver is capable of inflicting, br Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters, an antl-bilious medicine and
aperient of the first rank The pains in the
right side and through the right shoulder
blade, the sick .headache, nausea, constipation
and saffron hue of the skin, are entirely re
moved by this estimable restorative of tone to
the organs of secretion and digestion.
To the Editor of The Dlspatcn:
In a morning paper of yesterday there ap
peared a Munchausen article about "A
Palatial Apartment House" to be erected
on Penn avenue adjoining the Pittsburg
Club, work to begin on same July 1st, and
to-day The Dispatch publishes a cut of
the proposed building. As the undersigned
have a lease on the above premises with two
years to rnn', they object to having their
business injured to boom property which a
syndicate desires to unload at fancy prices.
Our patients can find us at 421 Penn avenue
until April 1, 1891,. at least.
Des. Xogax & Btees.
Pittsbtjbg, May 29, 1889,
Store Closed To-Day Head Onr Ad. for
"T -J To-Morrovr,
Then come and secure some of onr peat
"drives" in silks and dress goods.
Jos. Hoene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Ladies' Snlt Parlor.
See the lovely while and cream suits in
mull, mohair and lansdown, ior evening
ihs Parcels & Jones, 29 Fifth ave.
Stores closed to-day come Friday for ex
traordinary bargains in summer weight
black goods. Boggs & Buhl.
Whiskt, brandy, gin, rum, etc.
Schtjetz, Benziehausen & Co.,
100 and 102 Market st, cor. First ave.
Great bargains in gnns and revolvers at
our new store 706 Smithfield street.
J. H. Johnston.
Store Closed To-Dny Eend Onr Ad. for
Then come and seenre some of onr great
"drives" in silks and dress goods.
JOS. HOR2TE & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
The Honorable Jndge Stovre,
Had some' very fine photographs taken by
Anfrecht, the popular photographer.
Call for Frauenheim & Vilsack's cele
brated Pilsner beer, on draught at all first
class bars. ttssu
"Golden "Wedding" flour
J. H. Johnston's gun store removed to
706 Smithfield street.
A. meeting of the Allegheny County Repub
lican Executive Committee will be held in
Common Council Chamber, Pittsburg,
ON SATURDAY, JUNE 1,
at 2 o'clock P. M., for organization. It is im
portant that all members should be present.
GEO. M. von BONNHOKST, Chairman.
ROBERT BERRY, Secretary. my30-5
FRANK W. SMITH. Att'y at Law.
ESTATE OF SAMUEL HARPER, DE
CEASED Letters of administration on
the estate of Samuel Harper, late of the city ot
Pittsburg, county of Allegheny, Pennsylvania,
deceased, have been granted to Helen A. Har
per, to whom all persons indebted to said es
tate are requested to make payment, and those
having claims or demands will make known the
same without delay. HELEN A. HABPETL
administratrix, cor. Grandriewavcand Bertha
sl, Pittsburgh my'3-G-Th
JOHNF. COX. Attorney-at-Lsw,
403 Grant street.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
letters of administration, eta., have
been granted to the undersigned on tbe estate
of James Wbitaker, late of Mifflin township,
Allegheny county, deceased. All persons In
debted to said estate are requested to make
immediate payment, and those having claims
or demands against the same will make them
known without delay. JAMES H. WHIT
AKER, Administrator, ctk, Homestead,
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
J.1 application will be made to the Governor
of Pennsylvania on the 12th day of June, A. D.
Ic89, by Henry U Zwcldlnger, Jacob J. Zwei
dlnger, John J. Crowthers. Henry . Klmlock
ancf George Egan. under the act ot Assembly,
entitled "An act to provide for tbe incorpora
tion and regulation of certain corporations,"
approved April 29. 1874, and the supplements
thereto, for tbe charter of an Intended corpora
tion to be called Fidelity Coal Company, the
character and object of which is minion coal
-and manufacturing coke therefrom and the
shipping ana selling sua coal and coke, and for
these purposes to have, possess and enjoy all
the riehtz, benefits and privileges of said act of
Assembly, and supplements thereto. JAMES
F. B, SsUeiter. aylfi-U-XK
J3Vtsplay eOverHsements one dollar par
square for one insertion. Classified adterttse
rnenU on this page such as fronted. For Bale,
To Lei, etc., ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none-taken for less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
publlo, Branoh Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, or 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 Tin Dis
THOMAS jrcCAFFKKY, SM Butler street
KMIL G. STUCKEY, Htu street and l'enn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY A CO., Wylle avev and Fulton st,
N. STOKELV, Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTEK SHEIBLEB, Sth av. & Atwood St,
JACOB 8POHN, No.-2 Carson street.
CHAS. SCHWABM, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAERCHEH, 89 Federal street.
II. J. MCBRIDE, Federal and Ohio streets,
FEED H. EGGEES. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EOGEK3 A BOff, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON. ArcK and Jackson streets,
THOMAS McHEJJKY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
l'EltltT M. GLEIM. Itebecca and Allegheny ayes.
-TITANTEU GOOD SOBER TUBNEHFOK
W near city. Call at HEMM.LEB J1KOS. (Smlth
fleld St., .Pittsburg. my30-75
WAU1EO-A GOOD COATMAKEKTO GOTO
the country. Inquire at 1". J. LOUGH
NEY'S, 932 Liberty st. ray00-S7
T7-AJ TED- A TIN EH :
T V rooflnjr, epoutlnjr, etc.
VLIET, BrookWUe. Pa.
Address GEO. VAN
TTT'ANTED-A EEGISTEKED DRUG CLEKK.
VV one who speaks German.
Call at 62 sou m
-TT7-ANTED BKEADJi BAKEB MOST BE
VV first class on all kinds of work and not
afraid to work. BEOWN & SON, Washington,
WANTED-BOY BETWEEN 14 AN D 16: MUST
be intelligent and well dressed. Call be
tween Sand 6 o'clock this afternoon at 68 SIXTH
WANTED-SOLICITOK FOK PRINTING AND
Dhoto-engravlng: must understand estimating-on
work and furnish reference. Address
P. P. E., Dispatch office. my30-78
-rrjANTED AGENTS SAMPLE DOOR
VV cbeck sent free: Immense: unrivaled;
sslesnnparalleIed;S12aday; write quick. BKO
HARD, Clarksburg, W. Vs. my26-si
WANTED-A bTRONG ACTIVE BOY ABOUT
IS to work In the country: must understand
the care or horse. Call at 7 o'clock at DISPATCH
OFFICE, N o. 75 Diamond St. my30-70
WANTED-COAL MINERS-STEADY "WORK
and good pay: car fares advanced; bring
tools along; ship Friday at 1 o'clock P. it. For
particulars call at HOTEL MaHANEY. myS-18
TTANTED-MEN TO SELL AN ARflCLEAT
VV which they can make money: cost of
outfit very little. Apply or address ROOM 19,
Excelsior Building, cor. Sixth ave. and Grant st.
WANTED-A MAN OF BUSINESS APTI
TUDE, residing outside Pittsburg, to act
for established house In own State- salary about
E00 monthly: references. SUPT. MFG. HOUSE,
ockBoxlSlO, N. Y. oc7-(9-Th
TTTJANTED - AGENTS HILL'S MANUAL,
VV new and revised edition, will be ont in a
few days: agents sbouid now get their outfits:
Only to be had from P.J. FLEMING & CO., 77
Diamond at, Pittsburg. Pa. my25-34
powder and puro spices: gifts with goods;
coke workers, miners or mlllmcn can makeraoney
in their spare time. YAMASH1KO TEA CO., S3
Jackson st Allegheny, Pa, Ja28-8S-TTS
-rrjANTED-YOUNG MAN ABOUT 25 FOR
VV collector and deliverer or serial books;
must be very energetic; 50 cash deposit required:
must be ready to go to work at once. Call after
9:30 Friday, ROOM 16. McCance block, 5 Seventh
TTTANTED.-BAD WRITERS AT
VV COLLEGE, 4 Sixth street. Pittsburg.
manship, bookkeeping, eclectic shorthand, type
writing, arithmetic, etc.. thoroughly taught Tor
S5 per month ; Instruction private for both sexes;
open through summer, day and evening.
DIalo and Pemnle Heln.
WANTED-GOOD COOK-MALE OR FE
MALE Togo to country otcl. Apply at
VV chambermaids, dining room girls. 5 young
girls, 100 house girls, German and colored gins.
Help for hotels and boarding houses. MRS. E.
THOMPSON, 608 Grant st my27-MTbS
WANTED 50 COAL MINERS. FARM
hands and driTers, colored waiter, pastry
and male cook, laundress, dishwasher, fine
lroner, pantry and dining room girls. 80 cooks, 29
chambermaids, 2 nurse girls, 200 house girls.
MEEHAN '3 AGEN CY. Hi Grant St. my&-D
WANTED-MEN AND WOMEN TO HANDLE
a new line of goods used by everybody; sold
on tbe package plan of leaving a parcel with each
family to be tested at ourezpense before payment
Is required: goods paid for when sold; no capital
required; we furnish It. Address B Dispatch
office. , myS0-78
can save time and expense by obtaining
their office and clerical help from the COMMER
CIAL accounting Agency.- im Firth
avenue; bookkeepers, bill clerks, shipping
clerks, salesmen, collectors, stenographers,
typewriters, or any position or a clerical
character filled on short notice; will do
special advertising free for business and profes
sional men in this direction; parties desiring
situations should leave tbclr names and refer
ences; all business strictly confidential.
Booms, Douses, Etc
WANTED-SMALL FURNISHED OPflCE
for Iron business in good location In Pitts
burg. Address "DJON, " Dispatch office.
In sums to suit, at 4U, S and pe- cent.
GHAEBINO A LYON, 135 Fourth ave. apS-el-D
"TTXANTED-MORTG AGES MON EY TO LOAN
TV In sums to suit at 4& S and 6 per cent.
ALLES A BAILEY, 181 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
WANTED-MORTGABES ON CITY PBOP
EKTY. over 84,000; 4 Per cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVEKiCO?, S2 fourth avenue.
WANTED-,KENrS COLLECTED FKOMPT
. , . .P.r.SPS.r,,n!ln"el, with satisfaction.
ALLES & BAILEY, 1M Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
TT7- ANTED- MOBTGAOES IN ANY
TV amounts: 4K to a percent: city and country:
no delay. SAMUEL AV. BLACK ft CO., 99
Fourth avenue. laaKB-iThS
In large and small amounts-at 4H. 5 and fl
VStefSh ftee of ute ta:'" -no delay. KEEL) B.
COY LEA CO., 131 Fonrth ave. my!l-60
TJTANTED-KENTS lv COLLECT IN BOTH
TV cities and suburbs; to this branch of the
SH!lneJ! W0.PJ" special attentl on: establlthed
1863. W. A. HEREON ft SONS, 80 Fourth ave.
TltT-aTED-TO LOAN $500,000. IN AMOUNTS
TT of S3, 000 and upward, oncityand suburban
property, on 4 per cent, free of tax: also smaller
amounts at S and 6 per cent. BLACK & BAIltl),
85 Fourth avenue. se2l-d-r
"TTrANTED-MOKTGAGES-Sl, 000, CC0TO LOAN
TV on city and suburban properties at 4K, Band
S per cent, and on larms In Allegheny and anla
?e.?J.c0.?PtA1t 6Per cent. 1. M. PEaNOCK
MMM 111 k'At IVth r.. . "
bON, 103 Fourth avenue.
W"-4.1?!?70 L0AI Vm.KX ON MOKT
VT GAGES: tlOO and upward at 8 ner cent:
(500,000 at 4) per cent on residences or business
fc'.rJ'Sf'JLI 'so " -adjoining counties.
FRENCH, 125 Fourth avenue.
WANTED-MORTOAGES-WE HAVE FROM
810.000 to 1100,000 to loan on mortgages on
property In the city or county or adjoining coun
ties; all the details attended to In person and
without publicity. JAS. W. JJKAPE ft CO., 129
Fonrth avenue, Pittsburg., my30-83
WANTED-YOII TO GET A BAKER'S
doien (13) or Stewart & Co. 's fine cabinet
pbotos forf.1, at 80 and 82 FEDEBAL ST.. Alle-ghor-
TTTANTED-LADIES TO KNOW HAUGH
TV, Kecnan repair, relinish or upholster old
furniture promptly and In the best possible man-
ner. 33AND34WATEBbT. 'Phone im myM2
WANTED -MEN - LEARN THE AET OF
centlemeh'si garment cutting; no trying
on required; night sessions Monday, Wednesday
and baturday, 7 to 9 P. 31., 514 Wood St. UBLLNtt
WANTED BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO-
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, werybod to
know that he is making fine cabinets at Si 0 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised; lnstan-
'117 ANTED CAMPING- PAI ira -nrrotrrwfl
..TV. to purchase accordions, rnltars or mando
lins to examine Ualllnger's stock, which we guar
antee to eU 20 per cent less than any other house
7vift0firn,iPi,iN0EK, MONEY LOAN
OFFICE. 1200 Fcnn ave. my21-27
TTTANTED-EVERYBODY TO KNOW THAT
VV HENDRICKS ft CO.. SB rideVa I stVeetf-l-legheny,
will, for ; ono week; only, to Introduce
their flue work, photograph every baby under 3
yCT..le.rcbJ:rr'liTrr mother will be pre
sented with a photograph of her baby; come early
to avoid tbe rush.
TXTANTED-2S0 FEET OF CODNTEB8 AND
vt 300 feet of shelving, with one row of drawers
lnmoitoflt, for use In drykoodsandotherstore:
SH be in good condition. Address Us SOUTH
PROSPECT ST.. Akron, Ohio. my 59-8
FOR SALE IMPKOVED REAL ESTATE.
IOR SALE-ROW OF 6 2-STORY BRICK
nouses; almost now; wellsltuited; paysSper
T tuwiUllUIMIUlUUUIl UVUK? UU 1CW U1SU,
it will then pay 12 per cent; street and alley paved
ana sewered: houses never idle. Principals only
Inquire of MORRIS 4 FLEMING, 110 Fourth ave.
" East End Residences.
FOB SALE-CHOICE RESIDENCE, PENN
ave., Brusbton: 15 rooms, with all convea
lences; large lot: immediate possession: terms to
suit purchaser. See JOHN F.BAXTEB, Agent. 812
Binlthfleld st. my26-S8-TT8Su
FOR 8ALE-.MCCLINTOCK PLACE-A NICE,
new, tastv S-room frame dwelling (nearly
nnlsbed) on Elyslan ave. and Hastings st.;
make a choice home; located near Firth ave., ft.
Urv-eie and Torrens station; price low; (2,030;
payments to suit. MELLON BROS., 6349 Station
t., E.E. my28-7l-TTS
FOR SALE-IN ORCHARD PLAN ON MAR
UAIUCTTAst., that substantial and artistic 7
room brick dwelling; slate roof, bay, bath and
an conveniences; splendid property: nest neigh
borhood; near Neglev ave. and 5 initiates to cable;
terms made satisfactory. MELLON BROS.. 6M9
Station st., E. E. my28-71-TTS
IfOR SALE-AN ELEGANT 2-STORY AND
,.'. mansard brick residence, on Meyranave,
Oakland, containing 8 handsomely papered rooms,
oatn.range, h.andc. water, laundry,ete.;thls fine
home has all the latest conveniences. For further
Particulars call on ULACK & BA1RD, 95 Fourth
FOR SALE-OAKLAND-A GOOD 2-STORY
and mansard frame dwelling on Ward st.,
ncarWUmot St., containing 7 rooms, hall, vestt
bulc, batb. range, h. and c water, natural gas,
electric bells. Inside shutters, hardwood stairway,
excellent lot and only 15,800, BLACK A BA1RD,
5 Fourth ave. my24-65-TWTrs
IH)RSALE EASTENDHOME, NEARSHADT
ave., within 3 minutes' walk of the cable
road, containing B elefrant rooms, bath. Inside w.
c, laundry, etc.; complete electric workMn fact
the house is possessed of all the modern conven
iences; lot axils, covered with choice fruit and
shrubbery. BLACK A BAIRD, 95 Fonrth ave.
TTUI!. SALE-A FINE OAKLAND RESIDENCE
V on Niagara St., near Craft ave.. an elegant
select brick dwelling or 0 rooms, bath, range, b.
and c water, inside w. c, laundry, etc., with all
the latest Improved ccnvenlences; good flagstone
sidewalk; lot 32x95 feet; call at the office and see
Sfcoto of this magnificent home. DI.ACK ft
AIRD, 95 Fourth ave. my24-6S-D
FOR SALE-SHADYSIDE RESIDENCE, ONLY
2 minutes' from Fifth avenue cable road; a
fine 2-etory dwelling of 7 rooms, hall, vestibule,
bathroom, range, b. and c water, natural gas,
electric bells, call, etc.: all the rooms are hand
somely papered;the lot Is very large and covered
with shrubbery and fruit trees. BLACK &
BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave. my24-67-D
TWOR SALE-EAST END RESIDENCE AND
X fine lot 100x130 feet, shade and fruit trees,
shrubbery, grapevines, flower plots, etc.: abund
ance of spring water; brick residence 10 rooms,
ball in center, batb, lavatory, poroe.es front and
rear, dry cellar: everything In prime order; price
only 112,000. SI.OOO cash, balance ins to 10 years.
JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 123 Fonrth avenue, Pitts
J7ORSALE-A NEW QUEEN ANNE BRICK
? dwelling on one of the best streets In East
ud; convenient to P. R. R.; only 2 minutes'
walk from either cable road and lu an 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 & BAIRD, S3 Fourth are.
T7OR SALE-SHADE. ROOMINESS AND OUT
A? LOOK are features to consider In buying
residence property; these and many other -advantages
are possessed by tbe elegant and com
modious new houses upon Oakland square, whtcb
Is one of the most attractive neighborhoods in
tbe city; only fifteen minutes' from the heart of
tbe city, yet with all the attractions ot the coun
try; dwellings finished In the neatest and most
uuraoie manner; streets pavea witn aspnait ana
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 10U feet of the square: price or bouses,
standing on lots 30x100. as,soo; terms, moderate,
cash payment, remainder upon long time: most
beautiful dlstrlot or tbe city and convenient to all
parts. Apply to SAMUEL W. BLACK A CO.. 99
Fourth avenue. myl2-71
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 12-ROOM
dwelling; Allegheny; near parks: Immediate
possession. Address OWNER, Room 208, BlsseU
FOR SALE-SECOND TVAHD, ALLEGHENY,
residence, for K 000; new house, 7 rooms and
3 attle rooms; lot 30x170 feet on Clifton ave, ' W.
A. HERRON A SONS, 80 Fourth ave. my2i-52TTS
FOR SALE-HANDSOME MODERN HOUSE,
all conveniences and large lot, choice loca
tion, Bldwell street, Allegheny; low price;
easy terms. JNO. H. M'CBEEKY, 95 Fifth ave.
FOR BALE LOTS.
- Cilt Lota.
TrnOR SALE-LOTS! LOTS! ON BOGUS AND
'V Chess avenhes.MosntAVashlngton.10 minutes'
walk from Mount Washington incline plane; 28
lots have already been sold at former sales; tbe
remainder of the lots will be closed out at tbe next
sale on Saturday afternoon of this week. Jnne
1, at 3 o'clock on Ibe premises: positive and Im
perative sale to close up an estate with tbe heirs;
In blocks or in single lots: great chance for bar
gains. Get plans from JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO.,
Agents and Auctioneers, 1T9 Fourth avenue, Pitts
East End Lota.
FK BALE-A FEW LARGE; LOTS AT EMS
WORTH. P.. Ft. W. O. H. R.. at very low
prices to'close an estate.
C. BER1NGER & SON,
iia r ourtn ave.
FOR SALE-23 BUILDING LOTS IN THE EAST
END. close to railroad station, In 2 blocks,
at onlv 1330 each; great bargains. JAS, W.
DEAFE i CO., 19 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
TJHJR SAL&-LOTS ON BEATTY STREET.
J only two minutes from two traction lines;
site, 40x119 feet: first-class building sites and al
ready sewered; only 51.6C0. MELLON BROS..
East End, or JOHN F. BAXTER, 612 Smlthfleld
FOR SALE-ON HAYS ST., BETWEEN NEG
LEY ave. and Hlland ave., i very choice lots
30x100; great Improvements now making near;
properties will soonadvance In values: price each,
tl, 400; payments to suit. MELLON BROS.. 6349
Station st , E. E. my!8-7MTS
FOK SALE THOSE TWO BEAUTIFULLY
located corner lots at lUppey (paved) and St.
Clair sts.; real choice: best neighborhood; only
good houses allowed: Just at Negley ave. ando
minutes to Penn cable: price 3,800 each; terms
satlifactory. MELLON BltOS.. 6343 Stitloiwt.,
K. E. mv28-71-TTS
fJIOK SALE-6 ACRES. BEAUTIFULLY LO
X? CATED, and fronting 360 ft. on one of the
leading GO-ft, avenues of Kv E. : no finer sites for
2 or 3 first-class resldenoes, and 1,600 an aerewlll
take It if told before June 1; to secure this you
mnt act promptly, bee 11. P. HOWLET, 3319
Butler st, city. my-7
FOE SALE-LOTS, SIZE 40X110 FEET TO
sewered alley, 20 leet wide; near South Hlland
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 i BAXTER, S12
smlthfleld street. my-o7-rrs
FOB SALE AT EDGEWOOD, V. 11. K DE
SIRABLE building lots S6T.192 feet; $00
each. W. A. HERROM SONS, No. 80 fourth
TCWK SALE-AT. WILKINSBUKO, BEAUTI
JU FULLY located near the station; lots 82x120
feet; only S125,
80 Fourth ave.
W. A. 1IERKUN ft SONS. No.
my30-84-3; Jul, 4, 8, 12.15
FOR SALE-I50 00 UPWARDS, BUILDING
lots 25x150 feet deep, fronting the Flame
road. Chartlers township. Just out and Immedi
ately adjoining the city line: terms easy. W. A.
HEREON ft SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
FOK SALE-INORAM BTAT10N-4 VERY
choice acre plots, overlooking the Chartlers
valley and only ten minutes' wait from tbe sta
tion; the cream of locations for a suburban home;
prices very low aud terms to suit. D. 1. THOMAS
ft CO., 408 Grant street. mylS-41-TTS
FOR SALE-A FINE FARM OF 125 ACRES,
' fronting the Bntler plank road, nearGIen
sbaw,Ton tbe P. ftW. B.K.;wlU sell either as
a whole or will divide to suit purchaser, c.
BEBIXqElt ft SON, 103 Fourth ave. my25-74-TT8
FOR SALE-A GOOD FARM OF 43 ACRES,
near Fair Oaks station. P.. jft. W. ft O. R.
K.. having about 15 acres of rich creek bottom
land; good orchard, frame bouse of 7 rooms, good
barn and other outbuildings.
C IS EKiaUll
oun, .mm x ourtn ave.
FOR SALE-OK EXCHANGE FOK HOUSE
and lot, 35 acres, bouse, stable, outbuild
ings, good water; horse, cow, bnggyand farming
utensils, with 2.600 bcarini- neach. 400 bearing
apple, 200 bearing pear, 25 cherry and SO plum
trees, and other, small fruits; 4.U- !D. W1T-
T13H. 410 Grant St., Pittsburg. New list. ,
"sTOR SALE-A VERY FINE FARM IN ARM
JD STRONG county, near Freeport, West Penn
B. B,, of 70 acres: rarm lays well with an eastern
slope, rich sail with some good'bottom land; about
S acres in good timber: a- large orchard of all
kinds of fri.lt: new house of 7 rooms, hall, attic,
etc ; good bank barn, good fences, etc ; price low,
C BERINOEU ft SON, 103 Fourth ave.
acres, S-room good house, barn, orchard,
etc, only IX miles from Beaver, 83,300; on
easy payments or exchange: also, 200 acres, one
mile from station, 'Ft. Wayne railroad. 8-room
house. 2 barns, 2 orchards, price, (10.000; yearly
payments or exchange. Send for farm and ex
change list. N. F. HURST, Rochestesr, Pa.
boarding houses, cottages, lots and bath
houses to let or for sale by 1. G. ADAMS ft CO.,
real estate agents, AtlantfeCltv. N. J. my3S-24-D
FOB BALE SOUTHSIDE! SOUTHSIDEI FOB
sale listl 50.000 copies Just issued; several
hundred Southside houses and lots for sale by A.
Ai ALLB8, Ml Fourth avesee. CtU or send far
. Atleahenv Lots.
FOR SALE-LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street. Allegheny, In
the Tenth and Twelrth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MCNAUUHEE, 43 N. Diamond St.
TTIOR HALE-2 LOTS, AT AUCTION, ON HIGH
JD St., Seventh ward, Allegheny: these lots front
22 feet on High st. and lten street, near Longlane:
Sartor the Shirk estate; sale on the premises,
lonaay, June a, at 2 o'clock. A. LEGGATE &
SON. Auctioneers. ray3C-S
FOR SALE-LINDEN, OSGOOD AND MAPLE
avenues. "Osgood Place, fine large lots,
only IS minutes' walk to the Market House: near
the electric cars and Incline; good Investment;
low prices, enhancement certain. SAMUEL W.
ULACK, & CO.. 99 Fonrth ave. niy9-77-Th
-CWRSALE-A FINK LOT ON IRWIN AVE.
1? Allegheny. 25x106 ft. to street In rear. Price
If sold quick ,623. This lot Is situated a few
yards above North ave. and is only two squares
distant from the Western ave. aud i'lctsant Val
ley streetcars. Inquire orM. PHENTEE, No. 1,
Garrison St., Allegheny, Pa. niy29-
l'OU SALE BUSINESS.
-1TIOR HALE-tnOAtt PERIODICAL AND
r genta! furnishing store at a bargain: one of
nisAJurnisningstoreaia Bargain; una u.
t stands lu the city: books open for lnspec
lowing a business, of (12, COO last year. J O.
Y, 77 Diamond si my30-95
me oesfc ma
nWR SALE-THE LEASRAND FURNITURE
J and fixtures of a nice small hotel restaurant
and saloon business at Canton. O.; tbe best
stand In the city; everything complete and new;
long lease for same (reason sickness). Address
CANTON, DUpatch office. myffl-9
FOR SALE EXCELLENT SMALL DRY
GOODS store; would suit lady: ice cream
saloon; cigar stores; grocery stores: drugstores;
shoe stores; bakeries etc; business for picnics
and county fairs, S12S; 100 business chances.
SHEPARD i CO.. Mi inn ave. my23
ITIOR SALE-LARGE BRONZE AND BRASS
JD foundry with first-class established trade ot
.long standing, with blast furnaces rolling mills,
railroads, tc. : completely equipped for furnish
ing sort metals of all descriptions; will be sold at
a bargain on account of Illness of owner. Address
W. R. B Dispatch offlce. my24-74
TTIOR SALE-THE ONLY BILLIARD
town: one billiard, one nool table, stand
ard size, first-class condition: entire outfit at SO
per cent on dollar; rare opening for business;
extensive iron wor.s, pavrou eo,maj weefcij.
on or address IV.. A. MCKNIGHT, 231 State St.,
Sharon, Mercer county. Pa. my29-2S
FOB SALE-NO. 114 FEANKSTOWN 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. $5,570;
terms arranged to suit. MELLON BROS., 6343
Station St., K. E. my28-7l-TTS
FOR SALE MY THBEE-STOEY BRICK
building, now occupied as saloon with a very
good trade, a fine hall In which six societies meet;
fifty yards from Etni Standard mills; good rea
sons for selling: In Bridgeport, Belmont Co., O.
JOHN ULRICH, mylWO
FOR- SALE-ONLY fXO FOR A SMALL
place of 2H acres of ground, with a frame
house of 4 rooms, stable and blacksmith shop:
small orchard, etc.; sltnate on a public road near
Freeport, and an excellent location for a black
smith shop. C. BER1NGER A SON, 103 Fourth
FOE SAL E-THE RUSSIA SHEET IKON
"Works at Butler Junction, West Penn R. It.,
Allegheny county, containing 4 acres, with a nice
residence; 700 feet wharfage on Allegheny river;
Pine Run natural gas connections; on tbe prem
ises there Is a Morgan steel bammer, 14-lnch cylin
der and other machinery; also a stone mill; for
manufacturing purposes, all will be sold very
cheap. HENRY A. HEAVER 4 CO., 82 Fourth
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock. tc
T7IOR SALE-SECOND-HAND PHAETON: IS
JD as good as new. Can be seen at C. WEST &
CO. 3, -CD Duqnesno way.
IOR SALE-RELIABLE FAMILY HORSE,
Darouche and harness In excellent order: a
bargain: can be seen at 'Warmcastle's stable,
Address P. D. Q., Dispatch offlce.
FOR BALE-COON DOGS, TRAINED CHAM
PIONS; squirrel dogs, trained champions,
with records of 33-34-39 gray squirrels one day's
hunt; trained rabbit dogs, with record unexcelled
in America; coon and 'possum dogs; Utter puppies
from best trained squirrel and coon-treeing par
ents on continent: no living superiors; letters of
Inquiry must contain stamp. H. C GRAFF,
Kensington, O. niy30-87
Machinery and Metals.
FOR SALE-2 LARGE CHILSON HEATING
furnaces,! In good condition. Apply at
STANDARD BUILDING, 531 and 533 Wood St.
TTIOR SALE-2 HORIZONTAL ENGINES, 18x22,
AJ IBall engine, lsmaU.dynamoand21ampsand
meat choppers, rendering kettles, etc. VELTE Si
MCDONALD, Pennave,, cor. Thirty-second st.
FOR BALE-ROUTE-.A GOOD NEWSPAPER
route: after, expenses are paid, there is sa a
week to be made. Address .HOWARD, Dispatch
Offices, all kinds of Elgin, Waltham and
Springfield watches at SO cents on tbe dollar: guar
antee given with each watch. N.GALLINGER,
1108 and 1200 Penn ave. P. B. Watch repairing a
Eaax End Heslaencea.
TO LET-(89)-EENN AVE., E. E., RESI
DENCE, 10 rooms, 4 acres of ground, all
modern conveniences; completely furnished; will
rent forsummermontnetflrst-class neighborhood.
SAMUEL W. BLACK & CO., 99 Fourth are.
TO LET-LYTLE ST., NEAR HAZELWOOD
ave., between the station and river, seven
roomed house, with nlshed attic, bath, natural
gas, large lot; opposite Mr. SI. W. Kanklns: rent
S28 per month. Inquire of ;KOBT. MARS1I ALL,
69 Diamond st. mv-48
' Allraficny Residences.
TO LET-SMALL HOUSE IN ALLEGHENY,
No. 83 Stewart st.,-6 rooms; 111 per mo.; also
43 Sturgeon st., S rooms; (17 per mo. W. A. HER
EON & SON 3, 80 Fourth ave. m J30-85-MTDF
TO LET-(99)-ALLEGHENY, NEW TWO
story, mansard, press-brick dwelling, 8
rooms: all modern conveniences; close to street
cart: desirable, location; cheap at (400 a year.
SAMUEL w; JJLAOK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave.
TO LET-MY HOUSE, THIRTEEN; ROOMS,
at Laurel Station, Kt. Wayne road, all mod
ern Improvements, stable and carriage house, two
acres ground, with I lver view. Inquire on prem
ises, or at 219 Lacock street, Allegheny. WM. T.
LET-J OB NICE ROOMS ON
JL floor, snltabie ror light housekeeping, with
gas and water. 'Apply to J. (i: MOUEOW'S SHOE
STOKE, 289 Ohio U, Allegheny. my30-8t
TO LET-FORN'ISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSE
keeplng In the coolest house In 1'ittsburg:
every convenience; both gases: extra kitchen and
laundry. Icebox and ice famished; washing done
by house. 29S FIFTH AVE. my29-
TO LET-WITH STEADY POWER-LARGE
well-lighted rooms, suitable for light manu
facturing. Apply at 63 WATER ST., Plttsbnrg.
TO LET-SUITABLE FOR LIGHT MANU
FACTURING,, good light second and flilrd
floors 511 Market St.: entrance through store. Ap
ply to W. A. HERRON ft SUNS, -No. ? four
PERSONAL-IP YOU WISH TO BORROW
money on watches, jewelry, clothing or musi
cal gOOOS call at OALLlNUEK'a MUAEr LOAM
OFFICES, 1106 andKSO Pennave,
PERaONA.L-B00K3 WANTED-1F YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth 11,000, let us knoir: we will buy one as
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK STOKE,
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. my3-
PERSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YODB WIFE,
mother or daughters In repairing and clean
ing 'your old clothes, when it can be done for a
trifle br DICKSON, tbe Tailor, cor. Firth ave.
and Wood St., second floor!1 Charges moderate;
facilities unsurpassed: suits made to order: spring
styles now readn. 'telephone 1558. inbs
LOST-SMALL BLACK SPANIEL BITCH;
name on collar, "Williams, Leetsdalc"
Five dollars reward wlU be given to any person
leaving her at FUNK'S BARBER SHOP, corner
Twenty.seventli and Jane sts.. S. S. my30-99
r $8,500 each, moderate cash payment, balance
jw per anoumeiezant new two-story anu.
mansard brick .dwellings, 8 rooms..hal), bath,
laundry, slate 'mantels, art Are places, tile
hearths, sliding doors, wired for electric light,
fine chandeliers, both gases, plate glass win
dows, etc.; Oakland Square, five minutes from
Fifth avenue cable lino and directly on line Of
new cable loop which is to be constructed this
summer; a beautiful park (on which are sev
eral hundred beauttf ul shade trees), the whole
surrounded by streets and sidewalks, sewered
and paved-with asphaltkm;on.eacb side of and
facing the park are the bave described dwell
ings; most desirable houses yet offered; en
hancement ot values- sure. SAMUEL W.
BLACK A CO., 98 Fottrtji&ve.
CON8UMEYOUR OWN GARBAGE IN
stoves and ranges while using the same for
cooking, or any other purpose, by using the
Eureka Garbage Bumec For illustrative cir
cular, oentaiBteg full information, call on or
V , JAMES ANDERSON,
'' 58 Kast Diamond street,
j-w?-r i ; AuegHeay.i-fc
SEALED PE0P0SAL8 WILL BE BE
CE1VED at tbe offlce of City ContreHer
until TUESDAY, the 4th day of June, A. D.
18SB, at 2 p. jr.. for tbe furnishing of two
O'Neill Standard street sweepers, and two
Brooklyn street sweepers, of two-horse power
Each proposal must "be accompanied by a
bond in double tbe amount, probated before
the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or all hid a
Chief of Department of Public Works
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at the office of the City Controller
until Tuesday, June 4, 2 p. if., for the repairs of
No. 6 engine house. Plans and specifications
can be seen at the office of F. C. Saner, archi
tect, rooms Nos.9 and 10, northwest corner
Sixth and Liberty streets.
Bonds in double the amount of bid must ac
company each proposal, said bonds to be pro
bated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
Tbe .Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or all blda.
J. O. BROWN.
Chief of the Department of Public Safety.
Pittsburg, May 27, 1889. roy2S-88
vroTiqE is;hekeby given that the
Ji reports of Viewers on tbe opening of
Ueneva street, from Fisk street to Forty-tilth
street; Emerson street, from Fifth avenue to
Walnut street: Thompson street, from Shet
land street to King street; Allen street, from
Washington avenue to Lillian street, and
Boqnet street; from Fifth avenue, to Bay
ard streer, have been approved by Councils.
which action will be final, unless an appeal is
filed In tho Court of Common Pleas within
ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PrrrsBrrBa. May 3a 18S. m j3W
VrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT.THE
i reports of Viewers on the construction of
sewers on Bellefonte street, from Ellsworth
avenue to Fifth avenue; Copeland street, from
Ellsworth avenue to Walnut street; Long
alley, from Eden allev to Valley street; Amber
son avenue, itrom Fifth avenue to sewer near
Pennsylvania Railroad; Walnut street, from
Ivy street to Roup street; Ivy street, from
Howe street to Ellsworth avenue. Roup street,
from Fifth avenue to Ellsworth avenue; Mar
ket street, from South Diamond square to
Fonrth avenue, and Ellsworth avenue, from
Summerlea street to Aiken avenue. bare been
approved by Councils, which action will be
final, unless an appeal is filed in the Court of
Common Pleas within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
Pittsburg, May 30, 1889. mySO-3
City of Pittsburg ss.
In accordance with the Constitution of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and an ordi
nance of the city of Pittsburg, X, William JIc
Callln, Mayor ot the city of Pittsburg, do there
fore make known and give this public notice to
the citizens of said city qualified to vote for
members of tbe House of Representatives of
this Commonwealth, that a special electionjirill
be held In tbe Second. Fifth, Eighteenth "and
Twenty-sixth wards, in said city, on tbe third
Tuesday of June, A. D. 1S89, being the ISth day
of tbe month, in the several election districts
therein, at which time qualified voters will as
semble at their respective polling places, here
after named, and vote by ballot ior members of
the Select and Common Council of the city as
Indicated below :
The electors of the Second ward, Plttsbnrr,
First district, to meet at Archibald & Broth
ers' livery stable, 13S Third avenue. Second
district to meet at the Poor Board offlce.
Fourth avenue. Third district to meet at
public schoolhouse. Diamond street. And
elect one Select Councilman for said ward to
fill the unexpired term of Jas. Getty", Jr., re
signed The electors of the Fifth ward, Pittsburg.
First district, to meet at tbe offlce of Peter
Hermes, No. 208 Fifth avenue. Second dis
trict to meet at John Urban's meat store,
Wylle avenue. Third district to meet at the
public schoolhouse, Webster avenue. And
elect one Select Councilman for said ward to
fill the unexpired term ot John O'Neill, re
signed. The electors of the Eighteenth ward, Pitts
burg, First district, to meet at the livery stable
of Alex Kiigan, Butler street. Second district
to meet at Kanrield House. Butler street and
bridge. Third district to meet at the office of
B. R. Mclnerny, on Bntler street. And elect
one Select Councilman for said ward to fill the
unexpired term of Michael Dwyer, resigned.
The electors of the Twenty-sixth ward, Pitts
burg, First district, to meet at John Hughes'
tinshop. Sidney street, near Eighteenth street.
Second district to meet at house of Jacob
Auienbacber. Jr., corner of Eighteenth and
Sarah streets. Third district to meet at Odd
Fellows' Hail, Eighteenth street. Fonrth dis
trict to meet at the house of John Mansmann,
corner qf Twentieth and Jane streets. Fifth
district to meet at tbe public schoolhouse,
Sarah street- And elect one Common Council
man' for said ward to fill the unexpired term of
Wm. Ruhlandt, resigned.
In testimony whereof I hare hereunto set my
hand and affixed the seal of tbe city of Pitts
burg: this 2Sth day of May. A. D. 1&9.
my29L57 WM. McCALLIN. Mayor.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals will be received at the
offlce of City Controller until Tuesday, tbe
-4th day of June, A. D. 1SS9, at 2 P. M.,for tbe fol
Penn avenue, from Fifth avenue to City Line.
Forbes street, from Brady to Boyd streets.
Biith avenue, from Wylie avenue westward
ly. First avenue, from Smithfield street to Grant
Butler street, from Forty-ninth street to
Eighth street, from Penn avenue to Liberty
Ninth street, from Penn avenue to Liberty
Liberty avenue, from Smithfield street east
wardly. Cherry alley, from Third avenue to Water
State alley, from Wylle avenue to Fifth ave
Scott alley, from Penn avenue to Duquesne
Garrison alley, from Fayette street to Lib
Barker's alley, from Duquesne way to Lib
Church alley, from Sixth avenue to Straw
Slocnm alley, from Penn avenue' to Liberty
Strawberry alley, from Smlthfleld street to
, GEADINO, PAVTNG AUD CUBBING.
Halket street, from Fifth avenue to Wilmot
Herron avenue, from Center avenue to Thirty-third
Boqnet street, from Semple street to Frailer
Dennlston avenue, from Fifth avenue to
Atwood street, from Fifth "avenue to Boqnet
Center avenue, from Sobo street to Hlland
PAVING AUD CUBBING.
Stanton avenue, from Hlland avenue to
Corday alley, from Pearl to Cedar streets.
The paving of the above named streets to be
either with Block Stone, Standard Sheet
Asphalt, Vulcanite Asphalt, Irregular Block
Stone or Cobble Stone, and bids will be re
ceived for each kind of pavement.
Center avenue, from Summit, near Aliqnip
pa, to Reed street, 18. 20-inch pipe, 3 feet and 3
feet 0Ninch: brick and stone.
Dennlston avenue, lrom Fifth avenue to
Shakespeare street; 20 and 24-lnch pipe.
Btanton avenue, Viola alley and private prop
erty of Henry Janson aqd Mellon Bros., from
the west side of Hf and avenue to Negley run;
18, 20 and 24-inch pipe.
Mignonette street, from Negley avenue to
Beatty street ; 15 and 18 inch pipe.
Penn avenue and Braddock avenue, from
Lindon avenue to Susquehanna street; 15, IS,
20 and 24-lnch pipe.
Harvard street, from Negley avenue to
Euclid avenue; 15-inch pipe.
Also extension of stone wall, at Eoho street
,and Center avenue.
-ians ana snecincauons can ne seen and
blanks for bidding can be obtained at this
Proposals must be accompanied by a bond
probated befure tbe Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
Chief of the Department of Public Works.
TTIOR BALE WHOLESALE PRODUCE
JC commission house, doing a business second
to none In tbe city; ererythirg in first-class
running order; this is an opportunity to step
into an established paring business that Is
seldom offered: liberal terms, Address BUSI
NESS.DUpatch office. my2S-llS-TTSSo.
Walter J. Osboubne. kichabdBabbowsl
BAR" OWS & OSBOURNE
SO Diamond street
Telephone No. &
I 8. HAMILTON.
HAND 88 FIFTH AVZHUK,
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SATURDAYV JUNE L.
League Championship Game
ALLEGHENY vznstts INDIANAPOIJS.
Game at 1 p.m. Admission SO cents. ?'.
Train from Union depot at 3.40 p. x. J
COUNTY LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP.
AT RECREATION PARK,
Champions of the NOrthslde, ,
OAKLANDS AND DUQUESNESl "
Games' called at 1020 and 4 o'clock.
Admission 25 cents. mj30-3
SRAND OPERA. HOUSK
Every evenintr, matinees" Decoration Day
ursday) and Saturday, Willard Spenser
popular comic opera. THE LITTLE TYCOON.
Notice The programme-used this week per
f nmed with Lightner's Maid of the Mist.
Bv Hneclal Renuest
his afternoon and evening. Hay 80,
Last time In Pittsburg. rayStH
TJACES EXPOSITION PARK
2.40 Pacing Race for Butchers and'MerchaaSa,
220 Trottinc Race. ,
Pony Rnnnln? Race. "
ADM1SS1PN. 50c: CHILDREN, 25c
Mnsic by Great Western Band. my23-43
-plFLE TOURNAMENT, ', ', '
May 30. 600 yards and under. Open to all.
On Mt. Oliver Electric R. R.
PICNIC" GROVE FREE! v
Only six miles from tbe city, situated on tbe
bluff overlookictr Davis Island dam. Easily
reached by.rall or boat. Large grove of forest
trees, cool, clear springs of water, fine dancing
Tbe use of the grove will be given free to
Sunday schools, societies, lodges, G.A-R. posts,
private fetes, etc., the only charge being fare
on the steam elevator to and from the grounds.
For dates and further particulars apply to
J. H. DAWSON, Lacock street, near Fed
eral street, Allegheny, or to A.CLANEYoa
the grounds. mylMD
MONONGAHELA AND OHIO RIVERS
Transportation & Excursion Co.,
Can be chartered for excursions, picnics and
evening parties. Offlce, No. 118 WATER ST.
mvll-40-Trs L. N. CLARK. Captain.
George Hodgdon, Architect, has removed to
his handsome new rooms. Safe Deposit Build
ing, S3 Fourth ave. Take elevator to fifth
BY JAS. W. DRAPE CO. I
Another and final public sale of thebalance-of
on Boggs, Washington and Chess avenues,
Plttsburi:, only 10 minutes' walk from Mt.
Washington Incline Plane. As It Is desirable
to close up the interest between the differ
ent heirs, the remainder of tho lots will be ex
posed to public sale, on SATURDAY AFTER
NOON, of this week (Junel), at 3 o'clock
on the premises. Having sold 28 lots in this
plan, we will, on the above date, offer the bal
ance of 88 lots, includinc: some of the most de
sirable of any in the plan. Lots will be sold
singly or in blocks on very liberal terms of pay
meat; $10 down on each lot at sale. Title per
fect. Free tickets on incline plane. Get plans
JAS. W. DRAPE fc CO. Agents and Auction
eers, 129 Fourth avenue. Pittsburg. my-43
AT AUCTION. CHAMBER STJITS,
parlor furniture. Brussels and inerain
carpets, drygoods, notions, eta, commenciner- 3
FRIDAY MORNING. 10 o'clock, KoTJi m
Aiaraei street: .riiegant panorsuitain silk ana
satin, brocatelle tapestries, brocades, crushed,
and silk plashes, satin, damask, reps and hair
cloth; leather couch, bed lonnges, fancy rock
ers, folding beds, chiffoniers, dressers; chamber
suits, washstands, wardrobes, bedsteads, book
cage?, hall racks, side tables, mirrors, pictures,
clocks, lamps, linoleum, Brussels and ingrain
room, ball and stair carpets: fine toilet ware,
hair and husk mattresses, rugs, curtains, china
closets, sideboards, extension, center and
kitchen tables, chairs and rockers, desks, sec
retaries, pillows and bolsters; china, glass and
silver ware, cooking utensils, kitchen goods,
Also, at 1-JSO o'clock, notions, fancy articles, ia
trimmings, drygoods. etc 5
HENRY AUCTION CO.. LEtf.,
Decoration Day being the nineteenth anni
versary of Dr.-Orr as a regular practising
physician, he has decided to offer his profes
sional services free to all who mv apply for
two weeks' treatment at the office, of the A. O.
R. R. R. P.. Association of Regular Registered
Resident Physicians, No. 720 Penn avenue, oa.
Decoration Day from 2 to 5 P. M.
Dr. Orr intends to spend the forenoon of
Decoration Day assisting his comrades to
decorate the graves of onr fallen, but not for
gotten, defenders nf our union. Dr. Orr in
vites the friends of the hnndreds of patients)
he has cured of catarrh and dyspepsia during;
thelast year to call and allow him and bis as
sociate physicians to prove that they are what
they claim to be. regular registered resident
physicians, who are competent to do all they
claim, and that they are not travelers who stop
in our city for a few weeks or months, and, by
making a great display over a few easily cured
cases, tbey deceive many and go away with,
their money, leaving them In worse health than,
they found them. We do not publish testi
monials of patients unless they request or
allow it; nor will we publish tbe name of any
student as a physician in order to mislead
ladles who are affected with mock modesty,
AH sensible ladies prefer to be cared by art
honorable and conscientious physician, who re-'
gards tbe modesty and confidence of his female
patients as too sacred to disclose to any ot his
This association is founded for the protection
of those who are being deceived by spurious
Institutes and high-sounding but hollow titles,
all of which is no proof of ability ot legality.
We invite all persons suffering from chronic)
diseases, medical , or surgical, to call for con
sultation, free, no matter if you have been-prox
nnunceu mcurauie uy some traveling aocior.
We do not tarn away all persons not easily
cured. A. O. R. R. R. P., 720 Penn ave.
Arrived at Last,
over P. R. B
IBE GREAT CMOTIAL MB,"
THE LARGEST IK THE WORLD.
Took First Prize at Philadelphia Centennial
ls78. " '
NOW AT - '
Band Box (t afe,
25 UNION STREET,
We make a specialty of cleaning and d
iace curtains: also ury cleaning DamasK
isb portiers and all kinds of fabrics.
Sixth Avenue Dye Works;
M. MAY SONS & Co.
ap2-TTS 66 SIXTH AVIV
T C. TWYMAN,
tl . OF LKXTNGTON, KY., f
Has a lotof nicely broken
SADDLE AND HARNESS HORSES "
For aale at the All'gheny i '
And will take much pleasure in ahowte- ttu
same to ladles and gentlemen. I will reaaJg.V
only a few days longer. mylo-H v
u oevesH ariwM,
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