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HE JSSTS TO MOW
"Why tie Electric Street Light Con
. . , tract Should be Extended
FROJIjTHBEE TO TEN TEAKS LOUG.
0. jMnsod Sajs Electricity WiU be 25
vfi&y per Cent Cheaper.
HOW. THE TAXPAYERS CAN SATE HOKET
JrFrpretty generally known to people in
terested thaf the East End Electric Light
Company was given the contract in the
early part of the winter for-the lighting of a
apart of the city for three years.
"Lately an ordinance has been introduced
iinto Councils to "modify" that contract, so
ias to make the term ten instead of three
t years. Xne change miebt possibly hare
J 'been made without attracting general atten-
" tion. had it not been that the Globe Light-
, ing Company, of Philadelphia, which has
run tbe gamut from gasoline to electricity,
kept an eye out on all movements in this
yesterday Jtlr. C. K. Robinson, of the
company, called on Controller Morrow and
announced that his company proposed to
know whether or not "modifications" such
as proposed were in order.
Mr. Robinson talked quite freely and
plainly, and said it was his bnsiness to
make himself understood. Said he:
"11 this isn't a plan to get around offering
bro'svfor the renewal of contracts, "and the
giving thereof to the lowest .responsible
bidder, then I don't understand what it is.
i .' WHAT HE PEOPOSES DOING.
"How we propose, on all occasions where
cities and towns want to let contracts for
lighting, to be on hand and compete, and
also propose to know if our bids are lowest
and tf o not prevail, to know why we -do not.
"We ask but lor a free field and no favorit
ibm. There are abundant reasons why the
people of Pittsburg should back us.
"We are not running a charitable institu
tion, hot we want to ret all the business we
can," and Pittsburg suits us as well as any
other locality in which to operate, piscov
eriesin the way of cheapening electric light
ing are constantly going forward, and no
one can tell what progress may be made in
this, direction during the next ten years. It
rs entirely safe to predict that, before that
time elapses, electric lighting will be CpH?
25 per cent cheaper, or may be 50 per cent,
or even more, and the taxpayers will doubt
less be willing to get the advantage,pf this
SAVED A LUMP FOB THE CITY.
"Fourteen years ago we broke through the
gas lighting monopoly in this city, and
saved the city $20,000 a year, and with profit
The irruption Mr. Bobinson speaks of was
the letting of the contract for lighting the
streets ot the Soutbside, which was let to
Mr. Maloney at 15 SO per lamp per year,
instead of $60 to $80 a lamp, the prices
previously prevailing on that side of the
river. The company was then Mr. Maloney,
and it has grown since to mammoth propor
tions, with stomach sufficient to attempt the
lighting of the "Dart Continent" whenever
it asks tor it. It keeps its optics on all
places where lighting of any kind is pro
posed, and always shies its beaver into the
nag where there'is any chance to bid.
-"While there has been no complaint on the
I part of the public regarding the service of
) the East End Electric Light Company, it
r seems that people generally will not object
to cheaper illumination, and the tendency
in electric lighting is going -on incessantly.
It'is1 said the price of incandescent lamps
wilj ere long be reduced from $1 to 50 cents.
The safety of large cities from the depreda
ttsef -thieves and tjiugs depends largely
Kg$S lighting. Vice hates the light.
Iplrnot known to many people that the
gasoline lamp is still illuminating many
square miles in this city, over 3,200 of them
still burning in various parts where there
are. no eras mains or electric appliances.
Thev are planted on crags which even a
Bohery goat would exercise care in climb
ing. '"' ' THEI WILLIKGLY SIGN.
lawyers Will Stick tr the Snpreme
Conn Onlr' One Trne Wnj to settle
a. Bis Question.
The following paper is being extensively
circulated among the lawyers of the Pitts
burg Bar, and the subscribers' names will
be published a lew days previous to the
election. It is said to be received on all
sides by a broad smile, followed by a heavy
signature, and it is confidently asserted that
it will receive the signatures of at least 400
of the leading members of the bar:
We. tbe undersigned me-nbers of the Pitts
burg Bar, give, af our unbiased opinion, that
wbat tbe Supreme Court or the United States
has declared not unconstitutional is constitu
tional,' and that tbe highect test, according to
tbe Constitution of Pennsylvania, as to what is
a tit subject for constitutional amendment. Is
tbe decision by two successive Legislatures to
submit such amendment to the people for
their approval and ratification, and we are
willing at once to abide by the constitutional
method of "amending the State Constitution,
and to trust to the honesty and intelligence of
tbe people of this State to dispose of the issue
which the Legislature will submit in due form
on the 18th of June.
Life Insurance Written In Pennsylvania Last
'Tear bthe Principal Companies.
O. Equitable $11,392,933
2. Mutual 5,914,480
:3. -NewTork 5,537,465
4. Provident Life and Trust. . . 4,869,946
S. . Penn... 4,714,644
6. National 3,201,300
7.- northwestern 2.642,757
a MutualTBenefit 2,306,726
9. UewJEugland 1,826,000
10. Manhattan 1.671,406
12. Union Central 1,282,156
13.. Massachusetts 1,230,257
14. Berkshire 1,105,033
15.- Travelers 1,080,980
Por the reasons why the Equitable does
in Pennsylvania and in the world the largest
business, address or call on George Woods,
Manager; No. 516 Market street, who will
satisfy you that you can have your protec
tion and a good interest-paying investment
at the same time and in the most solid com
pany in the world.
Philadelphia Dental Rooms.
The care of the teeth is a matter of the
1 . greatest importance, and yet how many
persons there are who entirely neglect them,
go that when they grow old they find them-
selves nearly, it not altogether, toothless,
I and very miserable in consequence. Many
persons give as a reason for not going to a
I dentist to have their teeth attended to, that
1 it would cost a small fortune to do anything
1 with" 'them; beside, they have already had
some work done upon them which proved
jot little or no use, hence they will do
nothing more. Tait's Philadelphia Dental
Booms, 39 .Filth avenue, hare succeeded in
building up one of the largest dental, busi
nesses in Western Pennsylvania. They use
he latest and best methods and appliances
a the profession, and their charges are re-
natkably small. Best sets of teeth are
All people fight for something odd.
This I found out, therefore thought
Por wbat shall I now cope?
And now, most everybody says
There's nothing better nowadays
As: DEEYDOPPEL SOAP.
be continued next Wednesday.
5RC4T CTflRV and one that will
InCA I O I Un I , be of undoubted
Joatuin Hitler, entitled "For Fortu.eiah
J?I," vHU be published complete in to-mor
TO THE WOMEN. '
An Earnest Exhortation for the Influence
of Temperance Women A Mass Meeting
for June 4.
The time is rapidly approaching when
the voters of Pennsylvania will be called
upon at the ballot box to decide whether
the homes of this State and all that we
hold dear shall be forever protected from an
evil that is worse than death.
As this day approaches we dare not be
indifferent to the result For the sake of
innocent childhood, lor the happiness of
lovely womanhood, for the strength of noble
manhood, we cannot be inactive. That in
this supreme hour, when the issue hangs
trembling in the balance, our wishes may
be heard and our influences-exerted, a mass
meeting of the wives, mothers, sisters and
daughters is called lor Tuesday, June 4,
1889, at 230 P. ii., In the Third Presbyter
ian Church, Sixth avenue, Smithfield street,
A short address will be made by ex
Attorney General Bradford, of Kansas, and
other prominent friends of the prohibitory
amendment, and plans will be formulated
to crystallize iuto action the interest of the
good'and true women of Allegheflycounty.
All such are urged to be present at the time
Signed Mrs. Felix R. Brunot, Mrs. Bow
man Sweitzer, Mrs. M. S. Moreland, Mrs. Rev.
B. F. Woodbum, Mrs. W. A. Shaw. Mrs. Rev.
J. W. Spronl. Mrs. Bev. V. H. McMillan. Mrs.
Dr. O. L. Miller. Mrs. Lewis Peterson. Mrs. J.
M. Porter, Mrs. Rev. E. E. Swift. Miss S. E.
Sawyer, Miss M. M. Pressly. Mrs. Bev. J. P. E.
Kumler. Mrs. Marv D. Beazell, Mrs. Virginia
Ewer. Mrs. V. A. Herron, Mrs. Rev. Dr. Alli
son, Mrs. George A Kelly, Miss Etta It Clark,
Mrs. Eliza C-DaTis, Mrs. Levi Bird Duff, Mrs.
Joseph D. Weeks, Mrs. Anna M. Bailey, Mrs.
John Morton. Mrs. Rev. G. W. McDonald. Mrs.
William Miller, Mrs. Ellen M.Watson, Miss M.
A McConnell, Mrs. Rev. D, F. McGill, Miss
Marv Stevenson. Mrs. W. P. Price, Mrs. George
Sands, Mrs. Samuel Collins, Mrs. Dr. Stemtt,
Mrs. Rev. J. T. McCrory, Mrs. H. C. Campbell,
It is hoped that all pastors will read the
above notice from theirpulpits en June 2.
MUSICIANS GETTINli EVEN.
Prof. Guentber's Concert Nearly Failed to
The committee which had charge of the
concert at Old City Hall last night, to be
given rn honor of Prof. William Gnenther,
were in a bad dilemma yesterday afternoon,
because a number of the musicians refused
to take part in it.
These musicians are members of the Musi
cal Union, and they had been notified if
they played for Mr. Gnenther they would
be fined by the union for playing with non
A local musician stated that the officers of
the union are not' well disposed toward
Prof. Guenther, and they used their
authority to prevent the concert from taking
place. It was very fortunate, however,
that the committee of amusements became
aware of what had been done, and the
union musicians, who refused to play were
repj bed before the concert began.
ThOgathering, which would have made a
good appearance in an ordinary hall,
looked scattered in Old City Hall, although
there were over 500 people present, exclusive
of those who furnished the entertainment.
The programme was carried out as pub
lished, except that Harry B. Brockett, Jr.,
sang "Across the Dee," instead of the bal
lad, "Our World."
Prof. William Guenther was present
ed during the eveningwith a medal, Mr. W.
L Mustin making the presentation speech
and Mr. Abe Israel replying for Prof.
Charged With Selling Liquor.
Henry Xanglilz was held for court in
$1,000 bail, yesterday, by Judge Gripp, on
a charge of selling liquor at his home, 352
Second avenue, on oath of Inspector Mc
Aleese. BIG BARGAINS
In Second-Hand Piano nnd Organs Pianos
850. Organs $20, at Metlor dfc-IInene't.
In order to close out our second-hand in
struments we have cut down the prices oh
some of the following pianos as low as $50,
and some even lower: Stoddart, Weser,
Steiuway, NarvesOn, Hale, Chickering,
Gilbert, Scherr, Blume and others. Among
our secotad-hand organs are Sterling, Estey,
Smith, Wood, Century and others. Some
of these at $20. Any of the above will suit
beginners nicely. Easy monthly payments
arranged, and will exchange at any time
for new instruments. If you want a bar
gain call soon at Mellor & Hoene's, 77 Fifth
TAYLOR. & DEAN'S.
203 and 205 Market Street,
Is headquarters for adjustable window
screens, which will fit any window. Price
from 30c to 50c each. Also for fencing of
every description. eod
Notice to Housewives.
Every housewife who is looking for fur
niture with which to decorate or iurnish a
home for all seasons, should call at our re
tail rooms and view the largest and best as
sortment of foreign and home-made goods,
and satisfy themselves that our prices, like
the goods, are all we claim for them. Our
rooms are exceedingly well lighted, which
enables us to show the beautiful colors ef
upholstery to a greater advantage than any
of our competitors. It is worth the while of
all who contemplate buying lurniture, and
even those who do not, to come and see our
goods. ' M. Setbebt & Co.,
Cor. Lacock and Hope sts., Allegheny; near
Rebuilding Sale. Carpets, curtains,
etc The building we now occupy will be
taken down on July 1. ' We have conclud
ed to close out our entire stock of carpets,
curtains, portiers, oilcloth, linoleum,
window shades, rugs, mats, in fact, every
thing in the house at greatly reduced prices
to close out the stock by July 1. Come and
get a bargain. Geo. W. Snaman,
mwssu 136 Federal st.i Allegheny.
Fine Rye VhUkies.
All the leading brands of pure rye
whiskies, ranging in age from 1869 down to
the present month.
Schuetz, Benziehausen & Co.,
100 and 102 Market st, cor. First ave.
Spring patterns only $1 a pair; at $2 and
$2 50 an elegant line full 3i yards long;
window shades on spring rollers ready to
hang, only 45c
Abthue, Schondelmyee & Co.,
68 and 70 Ohio St., Allegheny.
Fine Rye Whiskies.
All the leading brands of pure rye
whiskies, ranging in age front 1869 down to
the present month.
Schuetz, "BENzrEHATSEN & Co.,
100 and 102 Market st., cor. First ave.
Excursion to Phlilipsbnrg.
Por the dedication of the new Catholic
Church Sunday, June 2, train will leave
the Lake Erie station, Southside, at 8:40 a.
m., city time. Only 75 cents for the round
Remember the Excursions Tin Baltimore
nnd Ohio Railroad To-Itlorrow,
To Ohio Pyle, Wheeling and Washington,
Get a sack of "Ivory" flour of your
grocer, and - see what fine bread you'wil!
have. . tts
The latest novelties in neckwear.
James H. Aiken &uo., 100 Fifth ave.
Ladies and Geni
Gauze, balbnggan and merfao underwear
at ISJc, 15c, 25c. to 75c. Special values at
H. J. Lynch's, 438 and 440 Mkrket street.
FOR FQRTY-EIGHtf'DAYS 88;
of a hltlorical romance tm'Men by Joaqult
Miller in hit ben vein, and InubUihed in rmn
I pleteform in taJmorrovft DiIimtcH,
COST OF PROHIBITION.
RUINOUS TAX KATES-VALUES
STKOYED COSTS INCREASED.
Facts Thnt Voters Mast Face.
Facts are the most convincing arguments.
Tbe following statement of the exorbitant
rates of taxation existing in prohibition
States unanswerably prove that prohibition
does increase taxes.
Taxes in Sioux City, Iowa, have increased
113 per cent under prohibition.
The tax rate in Burlington, Iowa, is over
53 mills on the dollar.
Tbe tax rate in Council Bluffs, Iowa, is 80
mills on the dollar.
The rate of taxes in Des Moines, Iowa,has
reached 62 mills on the dollar.
The tax rate in Ottumwa, Iowa, is 44
mills on the dollar.
The tax rate in Lawrence, Kansas, is over
50 mills on the dollar.
The" tax rate in Topeka, Kansas, is over
42 mills on the dollar.
The people of Wichita, Hansas, pay 25
mills on the dollar.
Taxes in Atchison, Kansas, have reached
57 mills on the dollar. .
The tax rate in Marysville, Kansas, is 65
mills on tbe dollar. The rate before prohi
bition was 25 mills. Property has depre
ciated 30 per cent.
The average tax rate in Kansas towns is
over 40 mills. Taxes in Atlanta, Ga., in
creased 40 per cent during the first year of
prohibition, and the city was forced to sell
$90,000 of gas stock to pay expenses. While
these high tax rates prevail in prohibition
States, in neighboring high license States,
the rates are less than one-third as high.
Kansas City, Mjssouri, for instance, pays
about 14 mills on the dollar. This indis
putably proves that prohibition increases
taxes. Under prohibition the towns,
counties and State of Pennsylvania would
lose millions of revenue. This means an in
crease in general taxes to make up the d.e
ficiency. ? '9l-
Seventeen hundred buildings were unoc
cupied in the city of Bes Moines, Iowa, in
June, 1887. Store-houses are now offered
for rent at one-half the rentals obtained for
them before prohibition. Sixty-four large
brick store-houses in the center of the city
The loss to Iowa from prohibition is esti
mated at $10,000,000 a year. ,
Bents in Atlanta, Ga., declined, under
prohibition, 15 to 60 per cent. Two hun
dred stores and 900 residences stood empty.
Under license this has changed.
The cost of conducting the criminal courts
in Iowa increased from $384,000 in 1833,
under license, to $452,000 in 1886, under
prohibition. This does not look much like
tbe reduction in expenses, which the Prohi
bitionists say would follow the adoption of
Only two States in the Union have ever
lost population; they were prohibition
States. All States, without exception, which
have adopted prohibition, have increased in
population slower after they adopted the law
than they did before, and have increased
faster after they repealed the law than they
did while it was in iorce. All States, also,
which have adopted prohibition, have in
creased in population less rapidly than sim
ilarly situated States under license See
U. S. Census Reports.'
THE MEMBERS OF GEN. PUTNAM
Council No. 125. Jr. O. U. A M., are re
quested to meet at tbeir ball, corner Twenty
second street and Penc avenue, on SATUR
DAY, June 1, at 1 o'clock sharp, with caps,
white gloves and funeral badges, to attend the
funeral of onr late brother, V. T. Sherbine.
Members of sister councils are Invited to
attend. By order of
W. O. SUTTON,
Vf. S. COE. Councilor.
Recording Secretary. mySI-45
Mr. Arthur Holland, who has been connected
with us for many years, and who has of late
held onr power of attorney, becomes a member
of our firm on this date. NAYL.OR & CO.
PROPOSALS FOR MACHINERY U.- a
Engineer Office, Cincinnati, April 27. 18S9.
bealed proposals, in duplicate, for furnishing
and delivering th- operating machinery for
Lock' No. 8, Monongahela river, will be re
ceived at this office until 12 M.. local time, on
Thursday, tbe Gth day of June, 1SS9, Approxi
mate weights: wrought iron, 17,021 lbs.; case
iron, 3a,618 lbs.: steel, 7S8 lbs. All information
furnished on application. The attention of
bidders is invited to tbe acts of Congress ap-
roved Feb. 2a 18S5, and Feb. 23, 1887. WM. E.
ERRILL, Lieut. Col. of Engineers.
"PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES-U. S
Engineer Office, 507 West Chestnut street
Louisville, Ky., May 2, 1SS9. Sealed proposals
in duplicate will be received at this office until
lp.n. (local time), on Monday, tbe 3d day ot
June, lbS9, for furnishing and delivering coal,
ice and forage required for the LoulsviUe and
Portland Canal, and offices at Louisville, Ky.,
during the fiscal year ending June SO, 1890. The
attention of bidders is invited to acts of Con
gress of February 26, 18S3, and February 23;
1SS7. volume 23, page 332. and volume 24, page
414, statutes at large. Preference will be given
to articles of domestic production or manu
facture, conditions of quality and price being
equal. Tbe rigbt is reserved to reject an7 and
all bids. Specifications and printed forms for
proposals will be furnished on application to
the undersigned. AMOS STICKNEY. .Major
of Engineers. U. a A my5-28-5.6,7 8,jel,2
George BLodgdon, Architect, has removed to
his handsome new rooms. Safe Deposit Build
ing, 83 Fourth ave. Take elevator to fifth
nKAKD OPERA HOUSE
VJT Every evening, matineen Decoration Day
(Thnrsday) and Saturdav, Willard Spenser's
popular comic opera, THE LITTLE TYCOON.
Notice Tbe programme used this week per
fumed with Lightner's Maid of tbe Mist.
SATURDAY, JUNE L
League Championship Game,
ALLEGHENY versus INDIANAPOLIS.
Game at 4 P. JI. Admission 50 cents.
Train from Union depot at 3:40 p. M.
PICNIC GROVE FREE!
Only six miles from tbe city, sitnated on tbe
bluff overlookiLg Davis Island dam. Easily
reached by rail or boat. Large grove of forest
trees, cool, clear springs of water, flue dancing
Tfaedseoftbe grove will he given free to
Sunday schools, societies, lodges, OAR. posts,
private fetes, etc., the only charge being fare
on the steam elevator to and from the grounds.
For dates and farther particulars apply to
J. H. DAWSON, Lacock street, near Fed
eral street, Allegheny, or to A CLANEY on
tbe grounds. myll-15-D
MONONGAHELA AND OHIO RIVERS
Transportation & Excursion Co.,
Can be chartered for excursions, picnics and
evening parties. Office, No. 118 WATER ST.
myll-4&TTS L N. CLARK. Captain.
OR SALE WHOLESALE PRODUCE
commission bouse, doing a business second
to none In the city; everytnirg in nrst-class
running order; this is an opportunity to step
Into an established paying business that is
seldom offered: liberal terms, Address BUSI
NESS, Dispatch office. xny26-115-TlSSu
Examinations for admission to this College
will be held simultaneously at Shadyside Ac
ademy and Room 27,516 Market street, Pitts
burg, June 20 and 21, at 10 a. M. Inquiries
may be made of W. R, CBABBE, Shadyside,
or GEORGE WOODS, 516 Market street.
J)3-DUplay adveriUaents one dollar per
square for one insertion,. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
ft) Let, etc, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken 'for 'less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
' BRANCH. OFFICES.
For the aocommodatlon of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established.afr thefollowing plaoes,
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 have accounts wlthTniDls
THOMAS MCCAFFREY, 3569 Bntler street. ,
EMIL O. STUCKEY, 24th street and Penn ave.
E. G.STUCKEYx4CO.,Wylieave. andFultonst.
N. BTOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, 6121 Penn arenas. '
MCALLISTEK & SHE115LEK,5tuav. AAtWOOdlt.
JACOB SPOHN, No. 4 Carson street.
CHAS. SCHWARSI, 1707 Carson street
A. 3. KAEKCBEK, 59 Federal street.
R. 3. McimiDE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FB'EDH. EGOEltS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. SOGERS AsON, Ohio and Chestnntstt.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENKY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver sves.
PERRY M. OLEIM. Rebecca and Allegheny avea.
WANTED-A GOOD WH1TK MAN COOK.
at No. 11 DIAMOND bOUARE, city.
TTJANTED-A FIKST-CLASS SALESMAN FOR
'VV city: salary 20 per week. Address 4. B.,
Dispatch office. iWMl
"TTrANTEO-RELIABLE AGENX--THK I'SW
VV Yost" typewriter, B. sr-UNDERHlLLi,
St. Charles Hoteir Jel-W
rANTED-GERMAN AND ENGLISH CAN-
V VASSERS to make' $16 a week. Apply t
2 PENN AVENUE.
?V position for a eood workman. Applvto
BENSHOFF & SONS, Johnstown, Pa.
WANTED AN UNMARRIED GERMAN
man who can take care of horses aiid make
himself nsefnl. Apply at CM GRANT ST, Jel-63
MAN. Apply to T. C. McKEK,r Architect,
cor. Station street and P. R. B,, East End," Pitts
burg, Pa. ' Jel-82
WANTED AGENTS SAMPLE DOOR
check sent free: immense: unrivaled:
sales nnparalleled; SI2 a day; write quick. BKO
HARD, Clarksburg, W. Va. my3S-Sl
TTTANTEO DRUGGIST. REGISTERED
VV manager, wishes position : 12 years' experl
ence In leading Pennsylvania stores; A 1 refer
ence. Address L., Dlspatcb office. myal-33
ANTED-MEN TO SELL AN ARTICLE AT
which they can make money: cost of
outfit very little. Apply or address BOOM 10,
Excelsior Building, cor. Sixth ave. and Grant st,
WANTED-TRAVELING SALESMAN FOR
a wholesale boot and shoe house for Mercer
eonnty and B. & O. K. . : none but an experi
enced man 'need apply. Address P. O. BOX 481,
Pittsbnrg, Pa. Jel-67-MTiis
WAMED MEN TO TAKE CHARGE OF
country offices: salary 840 to S90 per month
and expenses. Oil. or address with stamp,
BROWN, ItEASONEB & CO., 6148 Wentworth
ave., Engicwood, Hi. jel-43
VV powder and pure apices: gifts with goods:
coke workers, miners or millmon can makemoney
in their spare time. YAMASHUtO TEA CO., is
Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa. Ja2S-8S-TTS
WANTED-MECHANICAL, MAN TO BUN
power milling machines on small work;
night turn: none bat competent men with expe
rience need apply. Address, stating pay expected,
THE LOVEMAN'FJG CO., Rochester, Pa. ;
WANTED BAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
COLLEGE, 4 Sixth street, Pittsburg. Pen
manship, bookkeeping, eclectic shorthand, type
writing, arithmetic etc., thoroughly taught for
S3 per month; instruction private for both sexes;
open through summer, day and evening.
WANTED-MANAGER-ON SALARY S2.000
per year, to open branch office in your lo-
callty; business purely mercantile: one
uness purely mercantile: one tn;
inspire you with pride, pleasure nnd profit; trado
who pnae, nil
: no canvassini
J. E. SHEPA
esuiDiisuea: no canva?sin
or peddling: a rare or-
u, a ana w. rmn
St., Cincinnati, U.
VTT-ANTED-IMMEDIATELY-A LIVE, EN
,VV -ERGETIU. man to canvass -fouthe -a1e of
nursery stock: ont.with some knowledge of agri
culture preferred-permanent employment; salary
and expenses; stateage, present and previous oc
cupation; reference or security reqnlred. Address
It. G. CHASE & CO., 1430 So. Penn sq., Philadel
WANTED-AGENTS-P5 TO S20 A MONTH
can be made working for as. Agents pre
ferred who can furnish a horse and give their
whole time to the business. Spare moments may
be profitably employed also. A few vacancies in
towns and cities. B. F. JOHNSON & CO.. 10C9
Main St., Richmond, Va. N. B Please state age
and business experience. Nevermind about send
ing stamp forreply. B. F. J. & CO.
my4-34-my4,Jel,Jy6,au3, se7, oc5
ANTED-GIRLS-50 GIRLS WANTED. IN-
uuiKKatisi Dirstave. a., j. ueinz co.
Apply at GOETTMAN'S, No. 3 Ula-
-TTTJANTED-GOVEHNESS SEPT. J, 1839: BE
VY FERENCES required. Address F. A.,
Dispatch office. jel-5
WANTED-HEAD LAUNDRESS, TWO FINE
ironers and one girl to work on collar and
cuff machine. Address B Dispatch office, jel-ls
TTfJANTED GOOD GIRL FOB GENERAL
V V housework In a small family, to go out of
city. Apply at 91 WLSTERN AVE., Allegheny.
WANTED-AN HONEsT AND BELIABLE
girl to work at general housework: mast be
be A No. 1 cook. Address A.
B., Allegheny, Pa.
TTJANTED-A GOOD WASHER ANDIKONER
VV in private family: two days every week;
steady place; at once. IS CEDAK AVE., Alle
Male and Female Heln.
WANTED NURSES. LAUNDRESS, COOKS,
chambermaids, dining room girls, Syonng
girls, 100 house girls, German and colored girls,
help for hotels and boarding houses. MRS. E.
THOMPSON, 603 Grant St. myZ7-MTbS
WANTED 50 COAL MINERS, FARM
hands and drivers, colored waiter, prfstry
and male -cook, laundress, dishwasher, fine
lroner. pantry and dining room girls. CO cooks, 20
chambermaids, 2 nnrser girls, 200 bouse girls.
MEEHAN '3 AGENCY. 545 Grant St. myS-D
W ANTED EMPLOYMENT BY A YOUNG
man with seven years experience in the
grocery business: wages no object at first. Ad
dress T. J. M., Buena Vista, Allegheny Co., Pa.
TTJANTED-A PARTNER FOR A BUBSTAN
VV TIAL manufacturing concern in the city,
well established and doing a line business: this is
a rare opening: we are personally acquainted-with
the parties and the business, and have pleasure in
Inviting correspondence and the closest investi
gation; the firm stands high financially and oth
erwise in every sense: the party who maybe ac
cepted would be required to take charge of fi
nances and the office or-one of the departments;
amount of capital required II5.01O. Particulars
confidentially from J AS. W.DBAPE & CO., 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg, Jel-93-D
VV in sums to suit, at 4H. 5 and 6 per cent.
GRAEBINU & LYON, 135 Fourth ave. ap6-el-D
-TT-ANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
VV in sums to suit at 4,SS, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 161 Fourth ave. Tel. 1C7.
"TTTANTED MORTGAGES ON CITY PBOP
VV EETY. over ?4,OB0; t per cent; no tax,
HENRY A. WEAVER & CO., D2Fourth avenue.
WANTED-RENTS COLLECTED FROM1T
LY; property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 .fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
WANTED-HO0.C00 TO LOAN AT 4K AND S
per cent; Allegheny City and Pittsburg
property preferred. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent,
ft2 fc'niirlh v. PltfRhnrir- latiTi
in large and small amounts at 4k. 5 and 6
per cent, free of State tax; no delay. KKEO B.
COYLE& CO.. 131 Fourth aye. my21-60
WANTED-TO LOAN KO0.00O. IN AMOUNTS
of 13.000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on M per cent, free ortax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and S per cent. BLACK & BAIItD,
95 Fourth avenue. se2l-dJ6-D
WANTED-MOHTGAGfcS-tl, 000, 000TO LOAN
on city and suburban properties at 4K, 5and
Dpvr CCUW kUH UU JArJUQ Ul AUC
Allegheny and aqja
1. M. pennock: &
cent counties at sper cent.
bON, 105 Fourth avenue.
WANTED-TO LOAN t200,000 ON MORT
GAGES; POO and upward at 6 per cent;
f5P0,G00at 4K per cent on residences or bnsiness
property; also In adjoining counties. S. H,
FREN CH, 125 Fourth avenue. oc3l-eS4-D
-TTTANTED-BU1LDERS. AGENTS AND HOUSE
V V owners to know that ruo (-ravel, slate and
tin roofinff! also, roof 'renalrinr rtnnA r.heinlv.
I promptly and satisfactorily.. Address W. M. llo
uuiius, loos uarsoa st.. or ziso Sidney
SATURDAY, JUNE 1,
WANTED-TO PURCHASE 50 FABMS IN
Allegheny, Heaver and Washington coun
ties. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave.,
W A N T E D MORTGAGES IN ANY
amounts: 4H to 6 per cent; city and country:
no delay. SAMUEL W. BLACK 4 CO..
Fourth avenne. Ja20-55-MThS
WANTED-LADIES TO KNOW HA UGH
. . Kecnan repair, reflnish or upholster old
furniture promptly and In the best possible man
ner. 33 AND 84 WATER ST. 'Phone 1626. my9-S2
TTTANTED-PCBLIO TO KNOW THEY CAN
VV get cabinets or themselves or little ones for
516Market St., Pittsburg. Elevator.
WANTED -DESK BOOM SMALL SPACE
only required but good light and conven
ient of access necessary: Fourth ave. or Diamond
sU preferred. Address BUSINESS, Dispatch
WANTED -MEN LEARN THE ART OF
acntlemen's garment cutting; no trying
on required: night sessions Monday, Wednesday
and Saturday, 7 to 9 r. H., 514 Wood st. URLlNtr
& SON. ap30-63
"TTTANTED-MORTGAGES ON PITTSBURG,
VV Allegheny and suburban improved real
etate or farms in Allegheny Co. in large or small
amounts, at lowest rates. ALEXaN DER ft LEE,
313 Wood St. v Jel-75-MW8
ANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGHAFHEB, 96 Fl (til avenne. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he Is making fine cabinets at ?t 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: instan
taneous process. mhl3-63
TT7"ATED-OAMFING PARTIES WISHING
, VV to purchase accordions, guitars or mando
lins to examine Galliuger's stock, whicb we guar
antee to sell 20 per cent less than any other house
in town. GALLINGER'S MONEY LOAN
OFFICE. 1200 Penn ave. my21-27
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FORiSALFr-BHAFFERST., NEAKBIDGE. A
nice 2-story frame house of 6 rooms, hall, etc.;
lot 20x80: price low. 1. M. PENNOCK &SON,
105 Fourth ave. J el-82-MWS
POR SALE-FIFTH STREET PROPERTY
which will enhance greatly in value within
the next year or so. Call lor particulars, C. BEK
1NGER & SON, 103 Fourth ave. Jcl-78
IOR SALE-AT A BABGAIN, TWO FRAME
bonne nn Hnlrnpii st.. Between Fifty-second
and Filty-thirdsts.: only 82,000 for all. 'C. BER-
AiaujLit&Bun, lira uounnave. jci-o
FOR SAL.E-ON D1THRIDGE ST., FOUR
TEENTH ward, coxy cottage honte eontain
lnir five rooms and two attic rooms: lot 40x184ft.
GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-PEN N AVE. PROPERTY; WE
have a number of very valuable properties
between Third and Fifth streets on Penn ave.
which we can offer at reasonable prices. C.
BERINGER & SON, 103 Fourth ave. Jet-78-TTB
OR SALE-A PAYING INVESTMENT
Property corner Ross street and First ave.
8u Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-179 CENTER AVE., HANDSOME
2-story brick house of 8 rooms, attic hall,
vestibule, bath, wash honse, both kinds of gas
and modern conveniences; in excellent repair;
lot 24x163 (eet to Wylle ave. I. M. PENNOCK &
SON, 105 Fourth ave. Jel-82-uws
Knit End Residence.
TJIOR SALE-CHOICE RESIDENCE, PENN
JD ave., Brnshton; 15 rooms, with all conven
iences; large lot: Immediate possession: terms to
suit purchaser. See JOHN F.BAXTER. Agent. 512
Smitnfleld st. my26-58-TTSSa
FOR SALE-A VERY COMFORTABLE FRAME
house of Sroouisand kitchen, front and side
porches, large lot 30x110 feet on Frankstown ave
near Station street. C. BEBINGER & SON, 103
Fourth ave. Jel-73
FOR SALE IN THE EAST END, NEAR
Hlland and Penn aves.: modern framo honse
oi 6 rooms and finished attic, doable parlors,
vestibule; gas, batb, slate mantels, laundry,
porches, etc; nice corner lot, a bargain. ALEX
ANDER LEE, 313 Wood St. Jel-73
FOR BALE-MCCLINTOCK PLACE-A NICE,
new, tasty 6-room frame dwelling (nearly
finished) on Elysian ave. and Hastings St.;
make a choice borne; located near Fifth avev, Ft.
Breeze and Torrens station; price low; $2,650;
payments to suit. MELLON BROS., 6349 Button
St., E. E. my28-71-TTS
FOR SALE-IN ORCHARD PLAN ON MAR
GARETTAst.. that substantial and artistic 7
room brick dwelling; slate roof, hay, bath and
all conveniences; splendid property : best neigh
borhood; near Negley ave. and 5 miuules to cable;
terms made satisfactory. MELLON BROS., 6349
Station St., E. E. my28-71-TT8
FOR SALE A FINE HOUSE WITH STONE
front containing 12 rooms, near line of Fifth
avenue cable cars; hot and cold water, tile hall on
first floor, good cellar, reception room, 2 w. c.
batbroom, laundry, drying room, etc., etc.; this
house is well located and in a fine neighborhood,
and is finished In the latest style, having all con
veniences possible for the comfort of any house
hold, and wUl be sold cheap. I. J. WILSON,
Beal Estate Agent, 143 Fourth ave. Jel-57-ws
FOR SALE-SHADE. ROOMINESS AND OUT
LOOK are features to consider In buying
residence property; these and many other ad
vantages are possessed by tbe elegant and com
modious new houses upon Oakland square, which
Is one of the most attractive neighborhoods in
the city; only fifteen minutes' from the heart of
the city, yet with all the attractions ot the coun
try: dwellings finished in the neatest and most
durable manner; streets paved with asphalt and
sewered; natural and artificial gas; fronting on
handsome park planted with shade trees: new
cable loop (for which ordinance is in Councils) to
go within 100 feet of tbe square: price of houses,
standing on lots 30x100. 6,500: terms, moderate,
cash payment, remainder upon longtime: most
beautiful district of the city and convenient to all
parts. Apply to BAMUEL W. BLACK CO.. 99
Fourth avenue. myl2-71
FOR SALE-FINE EAST END RESIDENCE,
with 4M acres of ground, fronting on Penn
aienue; residence is embowered in wood and
shade, nestling among grapevines and the fra
grance of floral loveliness, shrubbery, etc., tbe
sweet breath of bud and blossom and blush of
orchard permeating the entire house: tbere are
ten spacious rooms, with cedar room. batb. laun
dry, attic apartments, natural gas, elevator, dry
cellar, furnace, etc.: everything in complete aud
perfect order; one of the most desirable proper
ties in the East End, laxury aud comfort marking
every feature; the grounds are densely covered
with matured shadeand fruit trees: large orchard,
copious supply of pure water; the fruit product is
of tbe most luscious quality, and is in great abund
ance and variety: this prooertv can be bought at
n great bargain, and onaccommodatlngpayments.
Further information from JAS. W. DRAPE
CO.. 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. Jel-89-D
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 12-ROOM
dwelling, Allegheny, near parks: immediate
Eossession. Address OWNER, Boom 208, Blsseli
FOR SALE-HANDSOME MODERN HOUSE,
all conveniences and large lot, choice loca
tion, Bldwell street, Allegheny; low price;
easy terms. JJNO. H. M'CBEERY, 93 Fifth ave.
T710R BALE-ON POPLAR ST.. ALLEGHENY.
JL1 good brick house of 6 rooms and finished
attic, hall, gas, batb, cit water, etc.: nice lot:
price only S3. 600. ALEXANDER & LEE, 313
Wood St. Jel-73
FOR SALE A VEBY NICE ALMOST NEW
frame dwelling of 4 rooms and basement,
kitchen aud attic, porch, etc.. on California ave ,
Allegheny; price only $2,600. C. BERINGER &
SON, 103 Fourth ave. Jel-78
FOR SALE-HOUSE AND FINE LOT IN THE
Second ward. Allegheny, near street cars
and parks; 6 rooms, bath, w. c, natural gas,
porches, cellar, etc. : lot 22x138 feet to an allev;
price S5, 500. JaS. W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth
avenue, Pittsburg. Jel-87-D
OR SALE-ALLEGHENY-A GOOD PAY
ING Investment In Sixth ward: 6 nice 2-storv
brick bouses or 6 rooms each, attic cellar, both
kinds of gas, water, etc., all in good repair: lot
111x72 feet: pleasant location. I. M. PENNOCK
& SON, 105 Fourth ave. Jel-82-MW8
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE-LOTS ON MAPLE ANDLINDEN
avenues and Lombard street, Allegheny, in
thelcnth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply tb JOSEPH McNAUUHER, 43 N. Diamond st.
17IOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS FOR DWELL-
1NGS or manufactory, 126 feet front ou
Strawberry lane, by loo feet, near Preble ave..
Ninth ward, Allegheny; easy terms. WM. A.
SIPE, 93 Diamond St., Pittsburg, Pa.
FOB BALE-2 LOTS, AT AUCTION, ON HIGH
st.. Seventh ward, Allegheny; these lots front
22 feet on High st. aud lten street, near Long lane:
part or the bhlrk estate; sale on the premises,
Monaay, June 3, at 2 o'clock. A.LEGUATE &
SON, Auctioneers. my3C-S
FOR SALE-A FINE PIECE OF LAD IN
Allegheny, near bead of Federal st. aud elec
tric cars; about 13 acres. "admirably adapted to
laying out In building lots: the lots would all sell
readily: a rare chance In thli for speculation or
investment. Full particulars from JAS. W.
DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth ave., Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-AT EUGEWCOD, P. It. K.. DE
SIRABLE building lots 56x192 feet: &00
each. W. A. HERRON 4 SONS, No. 80 Fourth
FOR SALE-AT WILK1NSBURG, BEAUT1
FULLY.located near tbe station; lots 52x120
feet: only S825. W. A. HERBON & SONS. No.
80 Fourth ave. Jel-95-1.4,8,12,15
FIOR SALE AT INGRAM. EIGHT ACRES
ctround: one of the most beautiful locations
In Western Pennsylvania for a suburban home
GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave.
I T7AOR SALE-tlSO 00 UPWABDS, BUILDING
, JP lots 25x150 feet deep, fronting the Plank
roao. uuartlers township. Just out land immedi
ately adjoining the city line; terms easy. W. A.
HERBON &SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
FOR 8ALE-OK EXCHANGE FOB HOU8E
and lot, 35 acres, house stable, outbuild
ings, good water, horse, cow, buggy and farming
utensils, with 2,600 bearing peach, 400 bearing
apple, 200 bearing pear. IS cherry and CO plum
trees, and other small fruits; 54,000. ED. WIT
TISIt 410 Grant St., Pittsburg. Tiew list,
FOE SALE LOTS.
FOR BALE-SO LOTS ON BEDFORD AVE.,
Iblrteenthward, GEO. JOHISTON. Agent,
42 Fourth aye. JeI-lD
FOB SALE 70 LOTS ON WFBSTKK AVJt..
Thirteenth ward. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent,
FOB 8ALE-30LOTSON WYLIEAVK. THIR
TEENTH ward. GEO. JOHNSTON. Agent,
62 Fourth ave. Jel-12-D
FOR SALE-ON FRANKLIN STREET: CITY,
near Fulton, nice lot, 24x70 feet. I. M. PEN
NOCK & SON, 105 Fourth ave. Jel-82-MWS
OR SALE-LOTS-SEVERAL GOOD LOTS
nn Shannop rt.. MnHlann and Breckinridge
aves.,, Thirteenth ward, near Wylle ave.; cable
cars. 1. M, PENNOCK & SON, 105 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-LOTS. LOTS, LOTS-MT. WASH-1NGTON-60
nice lots on Bogys and Southern
aves., Wilbcrt, Grace, Beionda. Dllworth. Natchez
and other good streets: prices f200to 1800, terms
liberal. I- M. PENN OUK A SON, 105 Fourth aye.
FOR SALE-LOTS! LOTS! LOTS! ON BOGGS
and Chess avenues. Mount Washington: 10
minutes' walk from Mount Washington Incline
Plane; 26 lots have already.bcen sold at former
sales; the remainder of the lots will be sold at the
next sale this day, June 1. at 3 o'clock, on the
premises; positive and Imperative sale to close up
an estate with the heirs; in blocks or in single
lots; great chance for bargains. Get plans from
JAS. W. DRAPE & COv, Agents and Auctioneers,
129 Fourth avenife, Pittsburg. Jel-83
FOP. SALE-LOT31 LOTSI ON BOGGS AND
Ch ess avenues.Monnt Washington. 10 minutes'
walk from Mgunt Washington Incline plane: 26
lots have already been sold at former sales: the
remainder or the lots will be closed oat at the next
sale on Saturday afternoon of this week. Jane
I, at 3 o'clock on the premises; positive and im
perative sale to close up an estate with the heirs;
in blocks or in single lots: great chance for bar
gains. Get planj lrom JAS. W. DRAPE i. CO.,
Agcuts and Auctioneers, 119 Fourth avenue, Pitts
East End Lota.
riOR SALE-E. E., ON LINDEN
snlendld lot. 188x260 feet.
I. M. PENNOCK
& SON, No. 105 Fourth ave.
.XTOB BALE-VACANT LOT ON DENN1STON
ave.: fine location and well situated: will
sellreasonably. C. BRINGLR&bON,103Fuurth
FOR SALE-A FINE BUILDING LOT IN THE
East End. 243x260 ft -..near steam and e-iblc
cars: can be nicely snbdlvided. ALEXAN DEK &
LEE, 313 Wood st. Jel-73
FOR SALE-LOTS! LOTSI LOTSI 30 FINE
lots on Lincoln ave., E. E.rl0 minutes walk
from Torrens station: each about 40X100 ft.; price
t375 to SSOO. I. M. PENNOCK & SON. 105 Fourth
FOR SALE ACRE LOTS FRONTING ROUP
ST.. 200 feet deep, near Wllkins ave.,Twenty
second ward: tbe ground lavs well, tbe location Is
beautiful. W. A. HERRON SONS. 80 Fourth
FOB SALE-SQUHIREL H1LL-3T015 ACRES
at SI, 000 to Si 500 per acre; directly on or near
line of new electric road; will enhance rapidly: a
good speculation; call and see us at once SAM
UEL V. BLACK CO., 99 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-TWO CHOICE COBNER LOTS
at Jackson and St. Clair sts., 30x102; finest
neighborbood; near Hlland and Staunton ave.:
extended view; pure air; sold at a bargain; 82.1C0
for both. MELLON BROS., 6349 Station St., E.
FOR BALE-LOTS ON BEATTY STBEET,
only two minutes from two traction Hues;
size 40x119 feet: first-class building sites and al
ready sewered; only S1.8C0. MELLON BROS.,
East End, or JOHN F. BAXTEB, 512 Smithfield
FOR SALE-ON HAiS ST., BETWEEN NEG
LEY ave. and Hlland ave., 5 very choice lots
30x100; great Improvements now making near;
properties will soonaavance In values: price each.
fl,4u0: payments to suit. MELLON BROS.. 6349
Station st , E. E. my28-71-ns
FOR SALE -SQUIRREL HILL-12 ACRES,
Wilklns ave., corner property, near Filth
ave. traction road, and only short distance from
Sroposed electric road; can be nicely divided into
esirable building lots: will sell at a bargain.
SAMUEL W. BLACK Co., 99 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE THOSE TWO BEAUTIFULLY
located corner lots at: Rlppey (paved) and St.
Clair sts.; real choice: best neighborbood; only
good bouses allowed: Just at Negley ave. anda
minutes to Penn cable: price 3,800 each: terms
MK.i.i.iirc ulcus., row station st..
FOR SALE-6 ACRES, BEAUTIFULLY LO
CATED, and fronting 360 ft. on one of the
leading 60-rt. avenues of K. E.: no finer sites for
2 or 3 first-class residences, andtl,660 an acre will
take it if sold before June I; to secure this you
mnst act promptly, bee M. P. HOWLEY. 3819
Butler st., city. my22-7
FOR SALE-LOTS, SIZE 40X120 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 F. BAXTER. 512
bmlthfield street. my26-57-TTS
FOR SALE-EAST END-27 ACRES CHOICE
land, lies nice.y for snb-dlvislon fronting on
Shady Lane Holmes. LlndenaudDennlsonaves.:
only nair mllefrom'Firth avenne cable cars; new
Sqnlrrel Hill road will pass near: very desirable
forprlvate residences; rapidly increasing in value:
a prize to an early buyer. L M. PENNOCK
bON, 195Fourthave. Jel-S2-MWS
FOES ALE-ATLANTIC CTTY.N.J.-HOTELS,
boarding houses, cottages, lots and bath
houses toletorlorsaleby 1. G. ADAMS i, CO.,
real estateageats, Atlantic Citv. N. J. my20-24-D
EOR SALE-10 TO 20 ACRES OF NICE LAND
near the citv and railroad on a beautiful
Elateau overlooking valley and river: one of tbe
ealtblest points in the country: would sell 5 acres
If preferred. Terms from JAS. W. DRAPE &
CO.. 129 Fonrthavenne Pittsbnrg. iel-90-P
JfOU SALE BCSINES9.
FOB SALE-CIGAR, PERIODICAL AND
gents' furnishing store at a bargain: one of
the best stands in the city: books open for inspec
tion, showing a busloess of (12,000 last year. J. C.
BEILLY, 77 Diamond st. my30-95
FOR SALE-A RETAIL GROCERY BUSINESS
In a good location in Allegheny, corner of
two streets and popnlons neighborbood; old age
of present owner the onlv reason Tor selling: a
fine opening. JAB. W. DRAPE & CO.. 129 Fourth
avenue Pittsburg. Jel-87-D
FOR SALE-THE LEASE AND FURNITURE
and fixtures or a nice small hotel restaurant
and saloon business at Canton, O.; tbe best
stand in the city? everything complcto and newt
long lease for same (reason sickness). Address
CANTON, Dlspatchofficc. niy29-9
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, S125: 100 business chances.
SHEPARD & CO.. 54 Filth ave. my29
FOR SALE-LARGE BRONZE AND BRASS
foundry with first-class established trade ot
longstanding, with blast furnaces, rolling mills
railroads, etc.; completely equipped for furnish
ing sort metals of all descriptions; will be sold at
a bargain on account of Illness of owner. Address
W. B. B., Dispatch office. my24-74
FOR SALE-THE ONLY BILLIARD BOOM
in town: one billiard, one pool table, stand
ard size first-class condition: entire outfit at 50
per cent on dollar; rare opening for business:
extensive iron works, pavroll (25,000 weekly. Call
on or address W. A. MCKNIGHT, 251 Mate st.,
Sharon, Mercer coanty. Pa. my29-23
FOR SALE-A GENERAL HOUSEFURNISH
lNG nnd hardware business In a prosperous
manufacturing town on line of railroad, about JO
miles from the city: a splendid thing; good trade
and growing rapidly: no opposition; 111 health
the only reason for selling; terms to suit. JAS.
W. DRAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsbnrg.
FOKSALE-NO. 114 FRANKSTOWN 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. 85,570;
terms arranged to suit. MELLON BROS., 6349
Station St., E. E. mylMI-TTS
FOB SALE A NAIL AND TACK FACTORY,
wltb all necessarv machines nnd general
machinery, engine boiler, etc., etc.; everything
in complete running order; the property, with
equipment, cost (28,000: yvlll sell for (10,000 cash to
a prompt customer. Particulars from JAS. W.
DRAPE 4 CO.; Agents, 129 Fourth avenue, Pitts
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Ilorscs. Vehicles. Live Stock, ifcc
FOE SALE-SECOND-HAND PHAETON: IS
as good as new. Can be seen at C. WEST
CO.S, 420 Duquesne way. JeI-86
FOR SALE HORSES ONE CARLOAD
drivers and No. 1 work horses; some very
heavy; all young. At REO LION STABLES,
Monday, June 3. my31-32
OB SALE - TWO ELEGANT SADDLE
horses in fine condition; can be seen at
THOS. B. SIOKELAND'B LIVERY STABLE,
Penn ave.. East End. JeI-55
OR SALE A FAMILY BAROUCHE HORSE.
dark bay, sound and gentle; sold cheap for
want of use. Can be seen at A
SON'S, 538 Penn ave.
FOR SALE -FRESH ALDERNEY COW WITH
calf, in prime of Uier selling because have no
use for it. HENRY HENK, No. 66 Anderson St..
Thirteenth ward, Pittsburg. Jel-35
FOR SALE-RELIABLE FAMILY HORSE,
barouche and harness in excellent order; a
bargain: can be seen at Warmcastle's stable,
Last Liberty. Address P. D. Q., Dispatch office.
aiochincry and Metals.
FOR SALE-2 LARGE CHILSON HEATING
furnaces,; in good condition. Apply at
STANDARD BUILDING, 531aud 533 Wood St.
OR SALE-2 HORIZONTAL ENGINES, 18x22.
1 Ball engine 1 small dynamo and 2 lamps and
meatchoppers, rendering kettrcs, etc. VLLTE.5;
MCDONALD, Penh ave, cor. Thirty-second st.
FOR SALE ALMOST NEW, ONE 20-HORSE
power engine. 30-borse power steel holler,
with pump and fittings complete: also one 50-llght
Edison dynamo, with 100 lamps; at the low price
at which we hold this machinery. It should sell
readily. For particulars apply to MELLON
BROS., 349 BtaUon St., E. E. my31-39-xa
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Offices, all kinds or Elgin, Waltham and
Springfield watches at 50 cents on tbe dollar: guar
antee gi' en with each watch. N. UALL1NGER,
1106 and 1200 Penn ave. P.S. Watch repairing a
rTTU LET-HOUSE OF TEN BOOMS; ALL
,1 modern improvements; 97 Center ave. GKO.
JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave. Jel-12-D
O LET-HOUSE OF ELEVEN BOOMS NO
177 Third ave; all modern improvements.
GEO. JOHNSTON, Agt.. 62 Fourth ave. Jel-12-D
TO LET-HOUSE OF ELEVEN ROOMS, NO.
955 Penn ave.; all modem improvements.
GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave.
mOLET-(15AMONTH, BRICK HOUSE OF
I 8 rooms, batb, range, hot and cold water,
natural gas fixtures. No. 168 Plymouth St.. Thlrty-
fifth ward; a verv rood honse for the money.
A. HU&UA & auits, -no. bo jrounn ave.
my29-31-23.JuL 4,7, 11,15
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East End Kesiaences.
TO LET-(99)-FENN AVE.. E E., RESI
DENCE, 10 rooms, 4 acres of ground, all
modern conveniences: completely furnished: will
rent for summer months; first-class neighborhood.
SAMUEL W. BLACK SCO., 99 Fourth ave.
TO LET-NO. 19 MONTEREY ST.. ALLE
GHENY; 10-room dwelling: all modern im
provements. GEO. JOHNSi'JN, Agent, 62
Fourth ave. Jel-12-D
TO LET-ALLEGHKNY-171 BUENA VISTA
St.; new brick bouse 7 rooms, bath, inside
closet, wash house, natural and artificial gas. In
quire DK. It. V. PITCAIRN. 78 Arch st. Jel-49
IO LET-IN THE SECOND WARD, ALLE
GHENY, brick bouse 6 rooms and finished
attic, batli, both gases, w. c. etc.: immediate
possession. ALEXANDER & LEE, 313 Wood st.
TO LET-AT INGRAM STATION-HOUSE OF
seven rooms, with 10 acres of ground; good
old orchard. GEO. JOHNSTON, 62 Fourth ave,
O LET MY HOUSE, TnlBTEEN BOOMS,
at Lanrcl Station, Ft. Wayne road, all mod
ern improvements, stable and carnage honse, two
acres ground, with liver view. Inquire on prem
ises, or at 219 Lacock street, Allegheny., WM-T.
TO LET FURNISHED BOOMS WITH
kitchen, separate Ice boxe sewing ma
chines, tablewarer etc. ; bedding washed by house.
41 LOGAN ST. Jei-9C
TO LET-ONE FLOOR OF CHOICE APART
MENTS suitable for light housekeeping, with
gas and water. Apply to J. G. MORROW'S SHOE
STORE, 289 Ohio st. . Allegheny. Jcl-84
TO LET-ROOMS. WITH BOABD. IN A FABM
house wltb a respectable Scotch family; near
the city: beautiful and healthy place to spend tbe
summer; 3 or 4 rooms can be bad If necessary.
Particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE & CO., 123
Fourth ave., Pittsburg. JeI-94
OfDces. Dek Room. tc
TO LET-OFFICE AND DESKEOOM ON
Wood st . near Fonrth ave , best location In
the city. ALEXANDER & LEE, 313 Wood st.
i Business Stands.
TO LET-WITH STEADY POWER-LARGE
well-lighted rooms, suitable for light manu
facturing. Apply at 63 WATER ST., Pittsbnrg.
TO LET ASTORE-INTHESIOST CENTRAL
bnsiness portion of Allegheny: first-class
opening for a shoe store. Address K. E Dispatch
TO LET-SUITABLE FOR LIGHT MANU
FACTURING, good light second and third
floors 511 Market st, : entrance through store Ap
ply to W. A. HEBRON & SONS, No. 80 Fourth
PERSONAL-IF YOU WISH TO BOBROW
money on watches, jewelry, clothing or mnsl
cal goods call at GALLINGER'S MONEY LOAN
OFFICES, 1106 and 1200 Penn ave. nya-27
PEBSONAL-BOOKS WANTJSD-1F YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth 11,000, let ns know: we will buy one as
quickly as tbe other. LEVI'S BOOK STORE,
beventh Ave. Hotel building. my3-2S
PERSONAL WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE,
mother or daughters in repairing and clean
lug 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 1553. inns
T AUCftON FIXE TEAM HORSES,
wagon, fine carpets and furniture, at
72G COPELAND ST., E. E
Only five minutes' walk from cable cars,
MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 3,
At 10 o'clock.
Easy chairs, rockers, sofa and divan, book
case, clocks, rugs, curtains, pictures, orna
ment!1, fine walnut dressing cases, bedsteads,
washstands, wardrobe, bed lounge, very fine
sewinz machine, Brussels and ingrain carpets,
feather beds, bedding, springs, line extension
table dining chairs, dishes, cutlery, glastware,
handsome kitchen range, cooking ntenslls.etc,
etc. Honse open after 8 o'clock on morning of
sale HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM.,
jel-9 , Auctioneers.
BY JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.
Another and final public sale of the balance of
On Boggs, Washington and Chess avenues,
Pittsburg, only ten minutes' wa'fc from Aft.
Washington Incline Plane As it is desirable
to close up tbe interest between the different
heirs the remainder of the lots will be exposed to
public sale THISSATURDAY AFTERNOON
of this week (June 1), at 3 o'clock, on the prem
ises. Having sold 26 lots in this plan, we will,
on tbe above date, offer the balance of 36 lots,
including some of tbe most desirable of any in
the plan. Lots will be sold singly or in blocks
on very liberal terms of payment; S10 down on
each lot at sale Title perfect. Free tickets
on incline plane. Getplans. JAS.W.DRAPEA
CO., Agents and Auctioneers, 129 Fourth ave
nue. Pittsbarc. Jel-92
Arrived at Last,
. OVER P. R. R.,
THE GREAT CENTENNIAL MIRROR.
THE LARGEST IN THE WORLD.
Took First Prize at Philadelphia Centennial
Band Box Cafe,
25 UNION STREET,
J0.50O each, moderate cash parent, balance
S500 per annum, elegant ner two-story and
mansard brick lwellings. 8 rooms, hall, batb,
laundry, slate mantels, art fire places, tile
hearths, sliding doors, wired for electric light,
line chandeliers, both gases, plate glass win
dows, ete; Oakland Square, live minutes from
Fifth avenue cable line and directly on line of
new cable loop which is to be constructed this
summer; a beautiful park (on which are sev
eral hundred beautiful shade trees), the whole
surrounded by streets and sidewalks, sewered
and paved with aspbaltum;on each side of and
facing the park are the above described dwell
ings; most desirable houses jet offered; en
hancement of values sure. SAMUEL W.
BLACK & CO., 89 Fourth ave mylI-39
Of the new ST. JOHN'S ROMAN CATHOLIC
CHURCH at Phillipsburg, Bearer couutyjPa.,
on Sunday morning, 1030, June 2, 1889, by Rt.
Rev. R. Phelan, D. D.
The societies of Pittsburg and Allegheny
and tbe friends of tbe new congregation are
respectfully Invited to attend.
Trains leave Pittsburg and Lake Erie Depot
We make a specialty of cleaning and dyeing
lace curtains; also dry cleaning Damask Turk
ish portiers and all kinds of fabrics.
Sixth Avenue Dve Works,
M. MAY SONS & Co.
p2-TTS 65 SIXTH AVE.
OF LEXINGTON, KYC,
. Has a lot or nicelybroken
SADDLE AND HARNESS H0RSE3
For sale at the Allegheny
EXPOSITION DRIVING PARK,
And will take much pleasure in showing the
same to ladies and gentlemen. I will remain
only a few days longer. - nylS-M
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BEKE.
CElVEDat tbe office of City ControlleS
until TUESDAY, the 4tU day of June, A. D.
O'Neill Standard street rweepers. and twe
Brooklyn street sweepers, of two-horse power
each. , . ,
Each proposal must be accompanied by
bond In double tbe amount, probated. Defers,
the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves tM
rigbt to reject any or all bid. '
Chief of Department of Public Works
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE ,
CElVEDat the office of the City Controller
until Tuesday, June 4, 2 P. ir., for the repairs ot
No. G engine house. Plans and specification
can be seen at the office of F. C. Saner, archi
tect, rooms Nog. 9 and 10, northwest corner.
Sixth and Liberty streets.
Bonds in double the amount of bid must ao
company each pmDOsal, said bonds to be pro
bated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves tha.
right to reject any or all bids.
J. O. BROWN,
. Chief of the Department of Public Safety.
FrrrSBtiBO, May 27, 1889. myZ348
VTOTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE"
JM reports of Viewers on the opening of
Ueneva street, from Fisfc street to Forty.flfth.
street; Emerson street, from Fifth avenue to
Walnut street: Thompson street, from Shet
land street to King street; Allen street, from
Washington avenne to Lillian street, and
Boquct street, from Fifth avenue to Bay
ard streer. have been approved by Councils,
which action will be final, unless an appeal is
filed in tbe Court or Common Pleas within
ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
Pjttsbubo, May 30. 18S9. my30-3
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
LN reports of Viewers on the construction of
sewers on Bellcfonte street, from Ellsworth
avenue to Fifth avenue; Copeland street, from
Ellsworth avenue to Walnut street; Long
alley, from Eden alley to Valley street; Amber
son avenue, from Fifth avenue to sewer near
Pennsylvania Railroad; Walnut street, from
Ivy street to Roup street; Ivy street, from
Howe street to Ellsworth avenne. Roup street,
from FiftU avenue to Ellsworth avenue; Mar
ket street, from South Diamond square to
Fourth avenue, and Ellsworth avenue, from
Summerlea street to Aiken avenue have 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 data. -E.
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PITTSBURG!, May 30, 1889. my30-3
City of Pittsburg S3. ,
In accordance with the Constitution of tha
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and an ordi
nance of the city of Pittsbnrg, I, William Mc
Callin, Mavorof thecityor 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 election will
he held in the Second, Fifth. Eighteenth and
Twenty-sixth wards, in said city, on. the third
Tuesday of June, A. D. 1S89, being tbe 18th 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 for members of
tbe Select and Common Council of the city as
Tbe electors of the Second ward. Plttsbnrz,
First district, to meet at Archibald di Broth- .
ers' livery stable, 136 Third avenne. Second
district to meet at the Poor Board office.
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 office of Peter
Hermes, No 208 Fifth avenue. Second dis
trict to meet at John Urban's meat store, r
Wjlie avenue. Third district to meet atthe
public schoolhouse, Webster avenue. And
elect one Select Councilman for said ward to
fill tbe 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 Ki"gan, Butler street. Second district -to
meet at Kautleld House, Butler street and
bridge. Third district to meet at the 'Office of
B. K. Mclnerny, on Butler street. And elect
one Select Councilman for said ward to fill the
nnexpired 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 streer.
Second district to meet at house of Jacob
Aulenbacber, Jr., corner of Eighteenth" And
Sarah streets. Third district to meet at Odd
Fellows' Hall. Eighteenth street. Fourth dis
trict to meet at tbe house of John Manamann,
comer of Twentieth and Jane streets. Fifth
district to meet at the pnbTic "IChoCiLo'asi.CSLJ
Sarah street. And elect one Common Council"
man for said ward to fill the nnexpired term ot
Wm. Rublandt, resigned.
In testimony wbereof I have hereunto set. my
hand and affixed tbe seal of tbe city of Pitts
burg, this 28th day of May. A. D. 1889.
mj&S? WM. McCALLIN. Mayor,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals will be received at the
oflice of City Controller until Tuesday, tbe
4th day of June, A. D. 18S9, at 2 P. SL,f or the fol
Penn avenue. fromFifth avenue to Cityline.
Forbes street, from Brady to Boyd streets.
Sixth avenue, from Wylie avenue westward
ly. First avenue from SmlthfieluTstreet 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 Wylie avenue to Fifth ave
nue. Scott alley, from Penn avenne to Duquesne
Garrison alley, from Fayette street to Lib
Barker's alley, from Duquesne way to Lib
Church alley, from Sixth avenne to Straw
Slocum alley, from Penn avenue to Liberty
Strawberry alley, from Smithfield street to
GBADING, PAVING AND CUBBING.
Halket street, from Filth avenue to Wilmot
Herron avenne, from Center avenue to Thlr
Boquet street, from Semple street to Frazier
"Denniston avenne, from Fifth avenue to
Atwood street, from Fifth avenue to Boquet
Center avenue, from Sobo street to Hlland
PAVING AND CUBBING.
Stanton avenue, from Hlland avenue to
Corday alley, from Pearl to Cedaz streets.
The paving of the above named streets to be
1 ctiheT with Block Stone. Standard Sheet
Asphalt, Vulcanite Asphalt, Irregular iiock
Stone or Cobble Stone, aud bids will be re
ceived for each kind of pavomenr.
Center avenne. from Summit, near Aliquip
na. to Reed street. 18. 20-inch pipe. 3 feet and 3
feet 6 inch: brick and stone.
Denniston avenue, lrom film avenue to
Shakespeare street: 20 and 21-inch pipe
Stanton avenue Viola alley and private prop
erty ot Henry Janson and Mellon Bros., from
the west side of Hlland avenue to Negley run;
18, 20 and 24-inch pipe
.Mignonette street, from Negley avenue to
Beatty street ;J5 and 18 inch pipe
Penn avenue and Braddock avenue from;
Lindon avenue to Susquehanna, street; 15, 18,
20 and 24-inch pipe
Harvard street, from Negley avenue to
Euclid avenue; 15-lnch pipe.
Also extension of stone wall, at Soho street
and Center avenue. ,
Plans and specifications can be seen and
blanks for blading can be obtained at this
Proposals must be accompanied by a bond
probated befure tbe Mayor or City Clerk.
Tbe Department of Awards reserves tha
right to reject any or all bids.
E. M. BIGELOW.
Chief of the Department of Public Works.
CONSUTSHTYOUR OWN GARBAGE LS'
stoves and ranges while using the same for
cooking, or any other purpose, by using tha
Eureka Garbage Burner. For illustrative cir
cular, containing full information, call on or
C3 East Diamond street,
Je5-n57-TTS Allegheny. Pa,
Walter J. Osboubne. kichabdUabbows.
B ARROWS & OSBOURNE
J OB PRINTERS,
90 Diamond street;
Telephone No. SLI M M
81 AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE.
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-7i-p
p A. RALPH,
41 Seventh avenue
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