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- THE ETTTSBUBGI- .'DISPATCH, SPSffiAJr, -.JUNE 2,. 1889.
f HE MUSIC WOKLD.
A,Betrospective Glance at the Host
Striking Features of
MAT MUSICAL FESTIVAL.
Something: Better Than the Average Con
cert in. the ifnture.
BOMB LESSORS THAT MAI BE LEAKNED
With tie-whole community now shudder
ins: just outside the awful shadow of the
death angel's wing it is hard to think back
to last week, when public interest-was cen
tered upon the social and musical brilliance
, of the May Festival. And yet before
that event passes too far out of mind, it may
t be well to take a retrospective glance at its
main features. Some instructive lessons
may be learned for future occasions of a
For we do want to have festivals in the
future. TJntil Pittsburg' musical activity
became great enough" to maintain perma
nently a ' complete modem orchestra of the
first quality and a chorus of half a
thousand or so; great enough to keep
up a succession of regular concerts in which
these two elements will be aided by solo
artists of the first rank both local and for
eign until, itfihort, the normal level of
musical life here shall be somewhat the same
as in Boston, Hew York and one or two
other cities, the musical festival will con
tinue to be of great value in supplementing
our ordinary activities and helping to bring
about that period of local self-sufficiency.
But we hope the future will bring us festivals
consinerably better in some essential points,
than the late series of imposing miscellaneous
concerts can claim to be. The chorus, which
should have been the chief factor
in th festival. was actually the
least. First, in the meager list of works as
signed to it. One-third of the "Creation."
with the "Deface" and the finale to the ninth
symphony (both the latter being rather orches
ral than choral works) formed the chief points
of the chorus work hero, ithileinthesame week
the festival choru-i down in little Petersburg,
Vs.. were giving two complete oratorios and
other interesting numbers besides. Of this
meager list the ninth symphony finale was the
only important thing that was reall v well done;
the rest was mediocre or worse. The chorus
singing was further handicapped by
being mostly placed at the very end
of the big, overloaded, InartisticaUy-con-tructed
programmes, when everybody was too
tired to enjoy it even if it had not been inter
rupted by the scores of impolite persons that
tramped oat toward the close of each evening.
Sir. Better and his singers are not by any
means to be blamed for all this. They proba
bly did tho best they could under the cir
cumstances. The time ttas too short for
properly organizing and drilling the
chorus and fori rehearsing a full festival
programme. It takes two jears, .at
least, for any new chorns to do that: even the
Well established festival chorus of Cincinnati
makes two years of preparation for each event.
Biennial festivals, not annuals, are what we
want then. That will give time, to, to or
ganize the chorus more compactly and effi
ciently. As for the orchestra it is better to have
fewer players, and more rehearsals. Mr.
Beidl and hi players did wonders, but
the absolute result could not ap
proach the' well-nigh flawless work 'of
the Boston Symphony Orchestra during the
previous week. Secure a regularly organize d.
permanent orchestra, set them at rehearsal
some time before they come on, and then give
Several days to full rehearsals here with chorus
and soloists. This would cost little if
any more than to pay the 15 or 20 extra players,
and wonld be immensely more productive from
an artistic standpoint. .
The solo list was about as good this time as it
could be conveniently made. Snch occasions
can alwavs count on securing a fair number of
the leading artists in the country at the time,
, to make up the third (and in a festival the
least important) of the performing depart
ments. Dot much more need be said of the pro
grammes. The criticisms passed on them when
announced were well boron tint hv rim rpsnlt
The great preponderance' of Wagner's music
certainly was not iq line with the best festival
- JjKeahi (concert music, not opera, is what
belongs there), and just as certainly failed to
please the people as the management hoped.
"With such lessons laid to heart, a permanent
scheme for biennial musical festivals is just
vhit Pittsburg wants.
Musical Editor of The Dispatch:
Could yon possibly settle an argument Inst now
on the tapis by informing me forwhom the hissing
was' Intended last Saturday evening, after the
duet by Madam and Herr Paul Kallsch. By so
dolnfyou will confer a favor upon,
Tours respectfully, H. TV.
"With pleasure. The hissing at least that in
which the writer heartily joined with the
better element in the audience wag in
tended to silence the greedy mob that
Insisted on getting more after the singers had
most clearly indicated that they could not sing
again, and in so doing gave a grievous insult to
the eminent director who stood there, baton in
hand, to proceed with the rest of the superb
programme which the mob would have sacri
ficed to the whim of the moment.
, Many blushed for the city at that moment!
Any of the ordinary kinds of publlo enter
tainment, it would seem like a ghastly mockery
to hold for the benefit of the Johnstown suffer
ers. And yet a great concert might be ar
ranged with a programme that would be a
fit ing memorial of the music-loving populace
so sadly stricken down, and at the same
time form another wide channel for popular
contribution toward their relief. The Mozart
Club, with Gounod's touching elegy, "Gallia,"
to build on, might readily construct a suitable
programme. If promptly given, such a concert
would be thoroughly in tough with the deep
sympathy felt by the people of Pittsburg for
her sorely afflicted sister community.
Crochets and Quavers.
Me. Ed L. Austin will henceforth take
charge of the choir of Arch Street M. E.
Tee Alpine Quartet, assisted by Miss Mittie
Weeden, soprano, and others, will give 'a oon
cert at Beaver Falls to-morrow evening.
Me. William H. Shebwood was to have
given a recital in Johnstown next Friday even
ing. Can the pleasures and pastimes of life
ever again find place In that awful valley of
The marriage of "Miss. Hope Glenn, Alle'
ghcny"s own greatest contralto, to Mr. Richard
Heard, of Boston, took place in London a week
or more ago. Sir Arthur Sullivan gave away
the bride. Long life and.happmess to herl
Berlioz's opera, Beatrice et Benedict,'
' has just been produced, and with brilliant suc
cess, at the TJieatef of Carlsruhe. By the re
Tivalof this interesting work Which, incredible
to state, has never been played in Paris Felix
Mott has added one more to the list of his
musical achievements. Courier.
Me. Henschel has cabled from America
accepting the apppointment of conductor of
the London Symphony concerts for six per
formances to be guaranteed by a committee,
and to take place at f ortnightly Intervals at St.
James Hall next vmter.-.dmerfcan Art
A new tenor may be heard in Boston next
season, Mr. Frank Hunter, of Pittsburg, has
been studying in Italy and London for the past
tour years. He is several Inches over six feet
n height, and his voice is also of high ranee.
His specialty will be oratorio work, and it is
likely that his first appearance will be In this
Me. Williah Gcekthee realized some
1300 and a handsome gold medal out of the tes
timonial concert tendered him at Old City Hall
on Friday evening. Exceptional artistic merit
Is said to have characterized the entire pro
gramme through the efforts of the performers
named last .Sunday.
THE London Truth records the following re
markable facts In regard to the eminent Eng
lish impresario who recently died: "He has
for some time past divided dividends or 8 per
cent per annum among his shareholders, and
In the whole history of music in this country
Carl Rosa Is almost the onlv operatic impres
ario who has always paid 20 shillings in the
pound and died with a large fortune."
Mb. Charles Davis Cabteb's song re
cital, after several postponements, is finally
set for next Thursday evening at the Pittsburg
Club Theater. Quite a number of Mr. Carter's
advanced pupils will take part The Haydn
Quartet and Mr. Beverldge Webster, the too-seldom-heard
pianist; will assist. The occa
sion win also be signalized by the debut of Mr.
carter's new male chorus of 20 voices, the
Cakuxe SArKT-SAElS, first symphony, in
E flat, was produced In 1852 by the orchestra of
M. Seghers. the nredecessar of Tiiinn
.fj-fMM was only 17 years old and sent his
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tion demands additional rehearsals, for which
herewith a note of 00" (in French cing cents,
pronounced in the same manner as the com-
508618 name; L e., Hen' Sahn). American
Great idea, that of Frank Van der Stuck
en's. He sails to-day to give a concert In Paris,
next month, of American works. "Palne's
Island Fantasy," Chadwick's "Melopomene"
overture; MacDowell's second piano concerto,
probably played by .the talented young com-
Sser; Foot's overture, "In' the Mountains:,'
enry Holden Huss' romanze and polonaise
for violin, plavernot determined; the overture
"Star Spangled Banner." by Dudley Buck, and
the last bnt not least. Van der Stucken's bright
and catchy "Tempest" music Courier.
Apropos of the difficulties in the quartet of
the Ninth Symphony finale, acalnst which
Sountag and Ungher vainly protested to Bee
thoven, a NewYorkJconnoisseur is reported as
saying: "Sontagand Ungher were great sing
ers, bnt I have been in the audience when
Jenny Llnd, Alboni, Mario and Lablache broke
down in the Ninth Symphony. The singers did
very well to-night; and, as you say, deserve
credit: stilL I never expect to hear it sune with
the finish and freedom perfection calls for.
After my London experience I don't believe it
ever has been."
Two more new organs will shortly be added
to Pittsburg's rapidly increasing list. Gran
ville Wood & Son, of Northvllle. Mick, are
building for the Butler Street M. E. Church a
two-manual instrument, with about IS speaking
stops; price, $3,500. The contract has been let
for a three-manual organ: to be put up in the
new Masonic Hall, by Steere A Turner, the
Vermont builders. The specifications are said
to be unusually complete for the price charged.
5,000. These will be the first instruments of
the respective.builders in this vicinity.
The Gernet and Guenther orchestra will
play in a series of fonr summer-night concerts.
to be given in Sewickley under the manage
ment of some of the society men of that place.
July 5 is the first date. No regular series of
concerts will be given at Baum's Grove
this summer. Silver lake Grove will also
remain silent. Just wait until the Exposition
building is completed and the river bank trans
formed into a park, and then there will be a
fine opening for summer nieht promenade con
certs on a large scale something approxima
ting those that Thomas has given in Chicago,
or the more popular but very good programme
that Neundorf gives in Boston.
The proposal embodied in the following
card to the chorus singers should meet with a
hearty reception all around: "You are ear
nestly requested to attend a meeting of the
May Festival Chorus, to be held on Monday
evening next, Jnne3,ltsS9, at8 o'clock, at the
Chapel of the Pittsburg Female College, to
take into consideration the advisability of
tenaenng jsir. uari rtetteratesumoniaiDenent,
Owing to the fact the receipts from the
Festival concerts were several hundred dollars
less than the expenses, Mr. Better did not re
ceive any remuneration whatever for his serv
ices. John W. Echols. Joseph A. VogeL, Will
iam R. Holmes, Joseph Weldin, Alex. .Ross,
Ill-fated Johnstown was quite a place
for music for its size. Welsh choir meetings,
band concerts and other musical events have
been frequent there. Mr. Eugene C. HefSey,
principal of the musical department of Morell
Institute, at Johnstown, was in the city for the
May FestivalAnd reported a really remarkable
amount of private musical activity up there.
In the single season since the depart
ment was started by Mr. Heffley (who.
by the way, was a pupil of Xaver
Scharwenka, of Berlin.) he has built up a class
of 53 pupils under his own tuition, with 20 more
under an assistant, .Lectures on musical his
tory, etc.. and "recitals by himself his pupils
and eminent artists from elsewhere have been
among the elements of Mr. Heffley's work,
which, it is to be hoped, may yet continue in
spite of the awfnl catastrophe that has over
taken the busy little place.
The most remarkable automatic musical In
strument yet produced, one may well be
lieve, is the electric piano, now on ex
hibition at Mellor & Hoene's. At the
inner end of each key is a small electro
magnet, Iby means of which a stroke Is
imparted as nearly as may be like that deliv
ered by the finge.' upon the front end. The
circuit for each magnet is made and broken by
the effect of a current of air drawn by a tiny
suction bellows down through perforations in
a sheet of paper moving over rollers at greater
or less speed. The perforations, of course, are
so disposed as to represent the notes of a
musical composition. This not very complicated
apparatus can be attached, they say, to any
ordinary piano, and without interfering at all
with the use of the instrument In the usual
way. Some of the effects produced are aston
ishing, and yet the further these mechanical
contrivances go,1 the more clearly their limita
tions appear. The absence of the warm, elas
tic, human touch and of the artistln nor.
sonalitylis most keenly felt through all the
clearness ana Dnuiance ox roe eiectrcJZtacAUie.
" MEASURING PAIlf.
Recording the Speed of a Rheumatic
Twinge A Remarkable Instrument.
The University of Pennsylvania ig the
pioneer in introducing the mind measuring
system into America, Jrof. Catfell recently
brought with him from Germany some
quite remarkable instruments, principally
of his own invention, which are to be here
after employed in demonstrating his psycho
logical lectures. They perform tasks which
materialists have scouted as impossibilities,
and strongly tend to prove that psychology,
despite all that has been said to the con
trary, is an exact science.
One of these Instruments will calculate to
nicety the traveling spee.d of an impression.
A chronoscope and a voltaic battery are the
principal agents in the solution of this in
tricate problem. By theirmeans registra
tion is made of the exact time that elapses
between the occurrence of an'act and the
sign given by the subject operated upon
that he has perceived the act By a process
of subtraction the time is discovered which
passes between the moment at which the im
pression reaches consciousness, and the
moment when the subject knows that he per
ceives. In this manner a man's rapidity of
perception his ability to see, taste, smell,
hear or feel may be accurately determined.
For the measurement ot sound the subject
forms a circuit by applying his hands to the
two poles ot the battery. On hearing
specified noise he instantly breaks the cir
cuit. Immediately the hand of the chrono
scope stops, short, indicating in thousandths
of a second the time that has elapsed be
tween the occurrence of tne sound and the
breaking of the circuit.
On this basis man's perceptive power is
calculated. By analagous means the com
parative swiftness of sight is measured.
Prof. Cattell has ascertained, for instance,
that one-tenth of a second suffices for him
to perceive a color, one-eighth of a second
is necessary for the perception of a letter
and one-seventh of a second for a word!
The strength of a person's memory is deter
mined by a complicated machine which
presents to the eye at intervals of a second,
flashes of light of varying degrees of inten
sity. The more subtle is a. mnn' Mm
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recognition, the more readily he distin
gnishes'one light spot -from another, and
the longer he retains its impressions. In this
way the mind's concentration and retm
tiveness are measured in fractions of a sec
ond. By means of the gravity chronometer
the comparative eas"eoraifncultvwith whioh
letters or words may be perceived is demon,
strated. In a sliding screen moved
by electricity a slit five inches wide is in
serted behind which'an object is exposed to
view for an infinitesimal space of time. In
a series of experiments with the letters of
the alphabet the time of exposure was oner
thonsandtb of a second. Oot of 270 trials
"W was seen 241 times, while E appeared
seen but 63 times. Of other capital letters
Z, M, D and H ranked next in succession
after in the quickness with which they were
perceived, while V, F, TJ and J were ob
served only with great difficulty. Of the
small letters d Is the most easily recognized
and s least easily, the former being per
ceived three times as often as the latter. If
the several colors are exposed to view in
like manner for a fraction of a second orange
and yellow will be clearly perceived. Blue
red and green follow in the order tk,
violet being the least easily recognized and
requiring two or three times as long ex
posure as" the bright colors. This device is
of great valne4n. measuring the range or
complexity of the mind.
Mexican Onyx Exhibit.
All the new (recently-discovered) shades in
rose, green and mottled onyx, mounted in
clocks, candelabra, pedestals, lamps, tables
and cabinets. A really wonderful display
can be seen st E. P. Boberta &i Sons', cor
ner Fifth avenue and Market street, wrsn
I AM selline a fine Key "West Havana
cigar 5 forSc; also a Havana Coqnetas at
the same price. Wh, J. Feiday.
WPSfi . 633 Smlthfield street
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TH1MS SPIES DID IT,
JYilliam Walls Says the English
Government is Responsible
fOE THE DEATI OP DE. CRONffi.
Their Agents Took Advantage of the Un
pleasantness Iff TEE. CLAN-NA-GAEL ORGANIZATION
Hr. "William 'Walls, ex-!ouncilman of
the Twenty-seventh ward and well known
throughout Pennsylvania to be an unsel
fish worker in the cause of Ireland for
years, was interviewed by a Dispatch re
porter yesterday, in regard to Dr. Cronin's
cUath. Jie said:
"Up to the last 24 hours I was laboring
under the opinion that perhaps Pr. Cronin
met with foul play, through some deep laid
faction plot, but that idea has now vanished
and something has struck me regarding the
informer; LeCarron's talk that should not
pass unnoticed by the authorities. LeCar
ron when interviewed relative to Dr.
Cronin's death, said he could put his hand
on, or name the party who murdered Dr.
Cronin, but that it would not do. I infer
from this that there are
STILL INFOEMEBS HEBE,
in the pay ot the British Secret Service and
that they understood that there was some
unpleasantness in Irish circles, and that-
they have taken advantage of it by murder
ing Dr. Cronin and get the civilized world
down on the Irish cause. By doing this
they would help the infamous work of the
London Times conspiracy in its foul plot to
ruin, if possible, Ireland's chances for home
rule, by taking away the sympathy of the
American people, which was the great lever
of the home rule movement.
"It is not the first time that the English
paid hirelings have had recourse to commit
ting crime and laying the blame upon Irish
men. They have oftentimes, maimed cattle
which roamed-through the fields, and ac
cused Irishmen of doing the same. Is is
A BAD XHDf Q TO IHDTK
that an Irishman, and a patriot has been
murdered and had not time to say 'The
Lord have mercy on my soul.' Murder
will out. It is to be hoped that no guilty
man shall escape. It is my opinion that
Dr. Cronin was mnrdered by'English thugs
that were hired to do the work and ruin
Ireland's cause on the eve of her triumph.
"The Irish people, as a people, detest and
abhor murder, or the embruing of their
hands in the blood of another. For Irish
organizations in this country, I can say,
they are organized for no other purpose than
to create a brotherly love and sentiment to
further Ireland's claims to a regeneration
from thraldom, and complete severance from
"I have been a close observer of the
wrongs of Ireland for 20 years and I know
whereof I speak."
A HTJMOBIST AND HIS BUTCHER,
How Money Can Work a Chance In the'Rel
atlve Size of Two Persons.
One of the prominent members of the
Colonel Donan party at Lake Minnetonka
two years ago was Opio P. Bead, the genius
of the Arhansaw Traveller. It is said of
Mr' Bead that he is so very excellent a
financier that he usually manages to end
each month a little deeper in debt than he
began it Yet nobody ever loses by him.
In some manner, though his general indebt
edness keeps piling np, he manages not to
let any individual debt stand, long. One
morning Opie came into the Chicago 'Press
Clnb rooms, where a number of the-mem-
bers were seated chatting. Opie did not
take part In the conversation, bnt sat by
one of the open windows smoking bis huge
pipe and evidently thinking profoundly.
''Something on your mind, Opie?" said
one of the boys.
"Yes. My butcher is on my mind, and
he's the biggest butcher. you ever saw. If I
didn't have a ponderous mind I never could
hold that butcher on it. Look at me," said
he, standing up at full height, showing a
form more than six feet tall and massive in
its proportions. "Look at me,(I'm a pretty
big man myself, but. sir, as I came by thdt
butcher shop this morning the butcher was
standing out in front, and I walked right
between his legs. The top of my head wasn't
as high as his instep. I should have had to
reach up to unlatch his shoe."
"How much do you owe your butcher,
Opie?" asked Mr. James W. Scott, the
President of the club, and bnsiness manager
ot the Herald.
"A hundred and twenty dollars, sir," said
That afternoon Mr. Scott sent a check for
$150 to Opie, saying it was an advance on a
story he wished him to write for the Herald.
The nexttmoming when Opie strode into
the club, somebody asked:
"Has your butcher grown any since yes
terday?" "Grown! No sir. This morning I walked
into his place with $150 in gold clinking
and Jingling in my pocket"
" ' Where's that butcher?' I asked.
'"Here I am,' saii a faint, timid, little
voice that seemed to come np from the
" '"Where?' said L
" 'Here, right here by your left foot.
Don't move or you'll step on me.'
"I got down on my hands and knees and
examined a speck on'the floor. It was the
One Thousand Miles of Transportation and
One Week's Board for 812 00.
The Pittsburg and Cincinnati packet line.
Steamers leaving Pittsburg as follows:
Steamer Eatie Stockdale, Thomas 8. Cal
houn, Master.leaves everv Monday at 4 P.M.
Steamer Hudson, J. P. Ellison, Master,
leaves every "Wednesday at 4 p. m. ,
Steamer Scotia, Q. "W. Bowley, Master,
leaves ever Friday at 4 p. m.
First-class fare to Cincinnati and return,
$12 00, meals, and stateroom included; or,
down by river and return by rail, $12 B0.
Tickets good until used.
For further inlormation apply to James
A. Henderson, Superintendent, 94 Water
The Doctor Have Come.
Five eminent English and Gerafan Doc
tors have permanently located at their resi
dence, 315 Penn avenne, Pittsburg. All
who visit the Doctors before June 10 will re
ceive service for the first three months, free
of charge. The object in pursuing this
course is to become rapidly acquainted with
the afflicted. All new cases- who visit the
Doctors after June 10 will be charged a
service fee of $10 per month. This syndi
cate of Physicians treats everv varietv of
disease anddeformity, but will in no instance
accept an incurable case. If your malady
is beyond all hope fhej will frankly tell
you so, also caution you against spending
more money for unnecessary treatment
Out of 1,216 invalids who visited the Doctors
dnring the last ten days, 809 were rejected
as incurable. Bemember dates and era earl v.
as their offices are crowded; from morning
till night i i
Office hours 9 A. M. to 8 P. m. Sunday 10
A. li. to 7:30 P. M.
P. 8. This Governmental Staff of En
glish Physicians and Surgeons is incorpor
ated by an act of Legislature.
Philadelphia Dental Rooms,
What is handsomer or more admired than
a nice set of teeth ? If yours are not perfect
or in godd condition do not fail to call at
Taft's Philadelphia Dental Booms, 39 Fifth
ave. Best sets only $8.
Pateonize homo industry and drink
Xraneaheim & YiLuck'i Pittsburg beer.
THEY MEAN! TO KILL
How Two Men Fought for a
Neither Got Her..
Something like 60 years ago two young
men, one a lawyer and the other a doctor,
loved the same girl in the town of Grand
Gulf, Miss. Both could not havener, and
neither could live without her. It was to
be a duel to the death. There was no insult
to be avenged by a discharge of firearms, no
stain on a reputation to be wiped out by a
few drops of blood: The lawyer said it was
to be a duel a l'outranee. The arrange
ments for a massacre were complete 3fhe
principals were armed with rifles, revolvers
andbowie knives. They-had more confi
dence in the continuation of their hate than
in the accuracy of their aim. The rifles
were to be discharged first at 20 paces. If
neither combatant was killed they were to
advance, firing their revolvers at will, and
if they still lived the battle was to be con
tinued with the knives.
"It was earlymorniug when the party of
four men, principals and seconds, left the
little town of Grand Gulf and sought a
grove a few miles distant. No effort at re
conciliation was made; no time was lost in
the preliminaries. The, men were placed,
the word given to fire, and the rifles echoed
the signal. The lawyer stumbled forward
and fell, blood streaming from his mouth.
He was unconscio'ns when his cecond raised
him, and it was found that the bullet had
entered one cheek, torn away a section of
the jaw, and made its exit through the
other side of his face. There was no more
fighting, although the doctor gave his oppo
nent more than the time allowed by the
Hatquis of Queensberry rules.
The marksmanship of the physician did
not win the vonn? ladv. Some talk was
made about the fight, and she was removed
to another part of the State. The lawyer
recovered and went to Holly Springs, where
he became a minister. '
WHAT HE THOUGHT.
A St. Louis Man Tells nn Anecdote of Blind
Anecdotes of the late "Washington Irving
Bishop are unusually numerous. A St.
Louis man tells this story of an incident
whioh took place in the corridor of the
Southern Hotel in that city. Washington
Irving Bishop, with whom he was talking,
walked over to the cigar stand, and, while
the young man was handing him some fra
grant Havanas, said: "Well, why don't-
you say it?" "Say what?" asked the
youth. "What you were thinking. You
thought a moment ago I looked like Jlax
Veli." Maxwell was the murderer who cut
a man's body up and packed it away in a
trunk. "Dashed if I didnt!" exclaimed
the young man, utterly flabbergasted with
astonishment, while the mind reader, with
pale, nervous face, glided softly out on Wal
nut street ,
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ing you the best furniture, carpets and
house furnishings at lowest prices for cash
or on easy payments.
Acquittal You'll he relieved of suspi
cions you may have held as to the practice
of impositions such as exorbitant prices,
shabby goods, shabby treatment, etc. Call
on w. B. Moyle & Co., No. 60 Federal st.,
300 Engravings Given Away Free, Free,
One'22x28 engraving ' given with every
purchase at Treganowan's picture store
Picture frames, engravings, etchings, etc.
Life size crayon-portraits, 25x30, for 86 00.
Now is your time, improve 'it 152 Wylie
Fakct, Dbess Goods $1.25 and $1
goods l at 75o a 'yard; -plaids, stripes and
' hectSj latest styles and newest colorings.
kwpsu HuatTS & Hacke.
It Is a Treat.
If yon haven't tried Marvin's rye bread
you are missing a treat such as seldom
offered you. Don't delay lpnger. Buy one
loaf from yonr grocer ana yon will never
nse any other kind. tufsu ,
WRinow you want baby's picture; then
take them to Stewart & Co., where you get
a baker's dozen, 13' cabinets good ones
all for ?1. ,
Best $1 60 per doz. cabinet photos in the
city. Panel picture with each doz. cabinets. '
Lies' Populab Galleby, 10 and 12
Sixth st , sumwp
I AM selling a fine Key West Havana
cigar S for 26c; also a Havana Coqnetas at
the same price. Vh, J. Fbiday,
WFsa 633 Smithfield street
StTEAH Silks Checks, plaidi and
stripes. Begular $1 quality reduced to 76o
a yard. This season's styles ore very desir
able. . Hugtjs & Hacke.
Every mother goes to Hendricks & Co.,
68 Federal street, Allegheny, for a good
photograpb of her baby; cabinets ?1 00 per
f Best French Salines.
Large assortmentnew styles, reduced to
25o per yard, at H. J. Lynch's, 438-440
Market street ihssu
To the yolk of three eggs, beaten, add one
enp white sugar, one-half enp butter, one
half cup sweet milk, two cups flour having
in it one measure "Banner" Baking Pow
der, the whites of three eggs, beaten stiff:
bake in jeliycake pans; when cold and jnst
before eating, place in layers, covering each
one with strawberries which have previous
ly been sugared.
STBAWBEBBY SHOET CAKE..
Take one pound of flour; mix well through
it one and a half measures "Banner" Bak
ing Powder; add twoteaspoonfuls salt; then
rub in one-half pound shortening; add with
a spoon one-half piut sweet milk, bake in
jelhrcake'pans; when cold, and jnst before
eating, place in layers, covering each one
with strawberries wh.ich have previously
The ,rBanner Eeceipe Book" is replete
with valuable household information for
baking tea biscuit, rolls, muffins and all
kinds of fancy cakes; instructions for roast
ing meats, fish and' fowl; for preparing
French and mayonnaise dressing, and mak
ing all kinds of desserts. Every lady should
have one of these books.
Order a pound can with the Banner Ee
oipe Book from yonr grocer. If he cannot
supply the book, send your address to B. B.
Powder Company, P. O. Box 245, Pittsburg,
Pa., -and we will mail it free.
Now is the season to keep
on hand, a supply of
HOUSE "SCOtTBENE" to do all
CLEANING- yonrspring cleaning. There
WITH is no iriown artiofe" for 6
SCOUEENE cents that .will so heir.
thorough house-cleaning and I
do it u well. '
Why Too Should Bar Tour1 Clothing at
1. "We manufacture our own clothing.
2. All our clothing ii guaranteed to be
kept in repair free of charge.
3. No profit paid to the middleman.
4. All goods marked in plain figures.
6. Prices guaranteed the lowest in this
6. Any article bought can be returned and
Jacksons', Tailors, Clothiers, Hatters
and Men's Furnishers, 954 and 956 Liberty
street, Star Corner.
Choice Old Whiskies. '
X. X X 1855, Pure Bye Whisky, full
quarts...., $2 00
.Monogram, Pure Bye "Wnisky, full
quarts..., 1 75
Extra Old Cabinet, Pure Bye Whisky,
full quarts .... 1 50
1879 Export, Pure Bye Whisky, full
quarts 1 25
1880 Export, Pure Eye Whisky, fuU
quarts 1 00
Por sale at G. W. Schmidt's, Nos. 95 and
97 Pifth ave., city.
What the Bakers bar.
There is an old saying that the proof of
the pudding lies in the eating. The best
proof of the excellence of the famons "Iron
City Brand" of flour, made bv Whitmvre &
Co., the sterling millers, lies in the fact that
the bakers of Allegheny county are gradu
ally adopting its use on account of its solid
qualities. Give it a trial.
I Guess Not, Well I Guess Nols
After getting married everything goes
along swimmingly between husband and
wife until be asks, her to repair his clothes,
which causes her to remark, "Well, I guess
not, I guess not" Why not take them to
Dickson, the Tailor, of 65 Pifth ave.. cor.
Wood st, second floor, who will make them
look like new at a trifle? Telephone 1558.
Henry Terheyden. the Jeweler, of S30
Has just received a fresh invoice of those
beautiful onyx clocks. There are also a few
of those diamonds advertised last week
which remain over that he will close out at
a positive bargain. Those who contemplate
making purchases in the jewelry line would
do well to calfand see his large and varied
stock of goods and extremely low prices.
JJBICKMAKEBS' L. A. 2W8, K. OF L,
J will hold a special meeting In HalLlOl
ifth avenue, MONDAY EVENING, June 3:
all members are requested to attend: bnsiness
of importance to be transacted.
Jel-W BY ORDER OF COMMITTEE.
TMPROVED ORDER HEPTASOPHS A
JL special meeting of the Allegheny County
Conclaves will be held THIS DAY at 2 p. m'
hall of Post 8, G. A. R., 78 Fourth ave., Pitts
burg, to extend immediate relief to the fami
lies of our Johnstown brethren. H. A. WI1JV
Supreme Archon. je2-16
A SPECIAL MEETING OF PITTSBURG
ii. COUNCIL NO. 117. Jr. O.U. A. M., 68
Diamond st, SUNDAY, June 2, at 2 o'clock, to
take action in regard to brother sufferers in
Cambria county. Your presence earnestly re
quested. JOHN M. TROY, O.
jea-BB J PUN M. LINDSAY. Sec.
VrOTIOE-MEETING OF THE RANDALL
XN Club will be held at the Club House, 73
Sixth avenue, on SUNDAY" AFTERNOON,
June 2, at 3 o'clock. Every .member should he
present and aid in giving all the assistance pos
sible to the relief committee for the sufferers
by the recent great calamity.
je249 J. P. FLEMING, President
SOTICE-SPECIAL MEETING BRICK
LAYERS' Union No. 2 of Pennsylvania
be held at their hall. No. 4 Fifth avenne.
SUNDAY EVENING. June 2. at 8 o'clock:
sharp, to take action in regard to Johnstown
sufferers. Bji order of trustees. JOHN P.
PARK, Presld.at. je2-97
A TTENTION JR. O. U. A. Mi
JOHNSTOWN FLOOD SUFFERERS.
Councils are requested to send their Council
lor or a representative to a meeting of the Jr.
O. U, A. M., to be held in MONDAY EVEN
ING next, in tho Moorhead building. Second
ftva. and'Qraut st. to deviso means for aiding
the Johnstown sufferers.
H A. KFJL, Chairman.
XKEMOfi' I Secretaries.
mHE MEMBERS OF GEN. PUTNAM
JL Council No, 125. Jr. O. U. A. M., are re
quested to meet at their ball, corner Twenty-
second street and Penn avenue, on SATUR-
uAjjjrao i, i o'ciqcK snarp, witn caps,
wiiue gioTes ana iunerai oaaces.to attend tne
funeral of our late brother, w. T. Sherbine.
Members of sister councils are invited to
attend. By order of
. "W. O. BUTTON,
W. 8. COE, Councilor.
Recording Secretary. mySl-45
Mr. Arthur.HoJland, who has been connected
with us for many years, and who has of late
held our power of attorney, becomes a member
of our firm on this date. , NAYLOR & CO.
"PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES TJ. S
JT Engineer Office, 607 West Chestnut street
Louisville, Ky., May 2, 1889. Sealed proposals
in duplicate will be received at this office until
1 P. it Qpcal time), on Monday, the 3d day ot
June, 1889, for furnishing and delivering coal,
ice and forage required for the Louisville and
Portland CanaL and offices at Louisville, Ky
during the fiscal year endine June 30, 1890. The
attention of bidders is invited tracts of Con
press of February 26, 1S85, and February 23,
1887, volume 23, page 832, and volume 24, page
414, statutes at large. Preference will be given
to articles of domestfo nrndnr.tlnn nr Tnnnn
facture, condition's of quality and price being
equal. The right Is reserved to reject any and
all bids. Specifications and printed forms for
proposals will be furnished on application to
the undersigned. AMOS STICKNEY, Major
of Engineers, U. S. A. ,my5-28-5,6,7.8.Jel,2
EXECUTOR'S PUBLIC SALE OF A
farm The underslzned will offer at public
t -sale on TUESDAY, the 4th day of June, 1889,
at 1 o'clock P. K., the homestead farm of the
late Jacob Donnell, deceased, situated near
Chartlers station, A. V. R. K., containing 115
acres, good house and barn and orchard, well
WataPAr .nil In. nrwl niiiltn f.i ma t. OT
miles from cify: possession given to purchaser J
iiumeaiaieiy. ji or particulars apply to WILL
IAM ROSS, Burrell P. O., Pa.
AUCTION SALEELEGANT FURNISH
MENTS and Carpets at the rooms. No. 11,
Market street, TUESDAY MORNING. June
4, at 10 o'clock. Walnut, oak and cherry
chamber suits, raarble'and polished tops, and
French and German plate, beveled mirrors,
handsome glass door single and double ward
robes, folding beds, dressers, chiffoniers, bed
steads, wasnstands, bookcases, secretaries,
desks, extension tables, refreshment side table
cabinets, mirrors, buffets, sideboards. Very
handsome parlor suits in plush, tapestries,
silks and satin and hair cloth, fancy rockers,
easy chairs, center tables, toilet ware, crockery,
bedding, notions, drygoods, trimmings, rugs,
curtains, rnonnet. vmrflt hnrtv and taywutrv
Brussels and ingrain carpets, ate
HENRY AUCTION CO., IIM.
AT AUCTION-FINE TEAM HORSES,
wagon, fine carpets and furniture, at
726 COPELAND ST., E E.,
Only five minutes' walk: from cable cars,
MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 8,
At 10 o'clock.
Easy chairs, rockers, sofa and divan, book
case, clocks, rugs, curtains, pictures, orna
ments, fine walnut dressing cases, bedsteads,
wasbstands, wardrobe, bed lounge, very nno
sewing machine, Brussels and ingrain carpets,
feather beds, bedding, springs, fine extension
table, dining chairs, dishes, cutlery, glassware,
handsome kitchen range, cooking utensils,etc,
etc. House open after 8 o'clock on morning of
sale. HENRY AUCTION CO., LIM.,
iel-9 . Auctioneers.
FOR .SALE-WHOLESALE PRODUCE
commission house, doing a businesssecond
to none in the city; everythirg in firswslass
running order: this is an opportunity to step
into an established paying business that is
seldom offered: Uberaf terms, Address BUSI
NESS, Dispatch OSes. my28-118-rrssu
WALTKBJ.OSBOTrBNK. fttCHABD BARROWS,
DAKROWS fc OSBOTJRNE '
JD JOB PRINTERS,
, . 90 Diamond street
&rlifplay aavermemenlt on aotiar- per
iguare farjme ImcrHon Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, etc., tin cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 0 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepsld except Where
advertisers already have accounts with Tnx DIS
THOMAS MCCAPITBEY, 35o9 Butler street.
EiilL G. STUCKEY, 24th street and Penn ave.
E. G. STOCKKx"A CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton st
H. BTOKELY. Fifth Avenue Market House.
J.. W. 'WALLACE. 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTZB SKEI13LEK, Cth av. ft Atwood It.
JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Carson Street.
CHAS. SCiTWAEM, 1707 Carson strest,
A. 3. KAEBCHEtt, 59 Federal street,
H. J.McBKIDE, Federal and Ohio streets,
FEED H. EGGEES. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS & HON, Ohio and Chestnut Its.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHENEY, Western and Irwin ayes.
G."W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver ares.
PEHBYM. GLELM. Rebecca and Allegheny ayes.
ANTED AT once ONir. annn nKnov.
MAKEB. APPLY at It. DILTCKY A CO .'&.
aterst. . 1e2-40
TJTANTED-GEBMAN AND ENGLISH CAN-
GERMAN BOY WHO
f V nnderstands care of horse and cow.
atwi.i AV&, jk. is.
-rrrANTED-TWO expeeienced civil en.
VV G1NEEE9 at once. Anyly to ALEX Y.
LEE, No. 98 Fourth ave,
f f position for a good workman. Annlvto
BEN3HOFF&SON3, ohnstownrpi. Jel-28
WANTEO-TWO CAEEIAGE TE1MMSES;
.. .HS6? wages paid to right men. THOS. S.
O'NEILL k. CO., 5321-5825 Penn ave. J e2-32
WANTED-TWO GOOD AGENTS TO SELL
. .. P.It?K?.1i.,n,!I0"!?ool wages gnaran
teed. 547LD3EtrrYST., Room 3. Ie-100
WANTED-A EEG1STEEED DEUG CLEEK
who can act as manager of drugstore in
Pennsylvania. Address W. L.S., Dispatch office.
WANTED-GOOD HAND AND MACHINE
sewers; also, lady to trr on cloaks: must be
88-lnch bust measure. SAMPLINEE & KICH, 81
Liberty st. Je2-a
WANTED-FETY GOOD MEN TO SELL OUK
new Installment specialty: treat seller: call
soon ror territory. UNION CBEDIT CO., 103
Fourth ave. Jei-81
"WAiJ?ED-F'I0E OLEBK-YOUNG MAN
ii ageajjiozu years : must write good hand, he
correct at Azures and furnish first class references.
Je2-39 87 FOUBTH AVENUE. Boom No. 8.
TTANTED-MAN TO DBIVE OAKBIAGJS
TV and take care of cow; none but aSrstclass
drlverwlth reference need apply. NO. 45THIBD
ST., Allegheny. Pa. Je2-38
WANTED -AN INCANDESCENT "WIEE
MAN; state wares expected and where last
employed. TVESTINGHOUSE ELECTBIO
LIGHT AND POWEB CO.. -Washington, Pa.
WAKF.ED-J.S0,.I,IC1T0B F0E OH PEINT
ING and photo engraving; must he an ex
perienced raani also understand the business.
Apply BOOM 31, Dispatch Building, Diamond st.
TTTANTED-MEN TO SELL AN ARTICLE AT
TV which they can make money: cost of
outfit very little. Apply or address BOOM 19,
Excelsior Building, cor. Sixth ave. and Grant st,
WANTED MEN LEABNTHE AST OF
gentlemen's garment cutting; no trying
on required: night sessions Monday, Wednesday
and Baturday, 7 to P.M., 514 Woodst. UBL1N&
& SON. ap30-68
WANTED-AMAN THOEOUGHLY POSTED
onfirebrlok, clay and foundry supplies In
Chicago and. vicinity. Address the GARDEN
CITYSANDCO., No. 33 W. Van Buren St., ChU
Pgo. 1". Je2-27
to thosawho are willing to wod: andean
give good references: situation permanent if ser
vices are satisfactory. Address C. B. B Co., 73
State st., Chicago, 111. my28-30.su i
WANTED-FIFTY GOOD AGENTS-EMPLOYMENT
suitable for .ladles and gen
tlemen; can make from SI to M per day with ease.
Call at ELITE GALLEBY, 8 Market st., from 9
to 12 a. x., and from 2 to 6 p. at. Ask for
MAUBICE YBAQEB. Je2-M
WAJiTED-AGENTS, MEN OR WOMEN, TO
sell Missouri Steam Wmhprtn r.mlllo.. r.
Eiments In its favor numerous and convincing;
les made without difficulty; profits large; senttl
wu .nu "km btiai, w on reiuxnea aimy expense
If not satisfactory: write ror lUustrated circular
and terms. J. WOETH, 54 Beekman, N. Y.
TTT-ANTED-BAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
VV COLLEGE, 4 Sixth street, Pittsburg. Pen
manship, bookkeeping, eclectic shorthand, type
writing, arithmetic etc., thoroughly taught for
S5 per month: Instruction private for both sexes;
open through summer, day and evening.
TTTAHTfiD-BOOKKEEPERS. BILL CLERKS,
VV .shipping clerks, salesmen, stenographers,
typewriters and all desiring clerical situations to
register with us; four bookkeepers and one sten
ographerplaAed last week. COMMERCIAL AC
CO UN TIN (1 ABENGY, 163 Fifth avenue, opposite
Court House. je2-U ,
ANTED - BUSINESS MEN WANTTNO
bookkeepers, or anv kind of afflea heln nr
clerical character, can be supplied on short notice,
and without cost and trouble of advertising: we
placed four bookkeepers and one stenographer
last week with good business houses. COMMER
CIAL ACCOUNTING AUENOY,163 Fifth avenne.
ANTED-IMMEDIATELY-A LIVE, EN
EBGETIO man to canvass for the sale of
nursery stork; one with some knowledge or agri
culture preferred; permanent employment; salary
and expenses; state age, present and previous oc
cupation; reference or security required. Address
R. G. CHASE i CO., 1430 So. Penn si., Philadelphia-
tttaNted-agents-anabohy and an
W ARCHISTS. the greatest book of the year, la
now ready for delivery. Agents say It is easier to
ell than any other hook published; some agents
average six orders. a day since the start; good ter
rltory still open In cltv and coun try. Call for outfits
r. j. iiiiuuuiu s w.'S, uispaicn isuildin
It Ut&mQBU lb. jl
WANTED -AGENTS TO HANDLE THE
new patent chemical ink erasing pencil;
greatest novelty ever produced; erases luk in two
seconds, no abrasion of paper; 200 to SCO per cent,
profit; one agent's sales amounted to sea) 00 In six
days; another 2 00 in two hours; territory abso
lutely free: salary to good men; no ladles need an
swer; sample 35 cents. For terms and full particu
lars, address. The Manufacturers, J. W. 8KIN
NEEftCO. Onalaska, WU. , Je2-60
TXTANTED-GO VEEN ESS SEPT.
L 1SS9: BE.
VV FUENCE3 required,
Address F. A.,
TJJ-ANTED-EXPEHIENCED YOUNG LADY
VV for photo gallery; reference required.
LU3, 10 and 12Slxth st. Ie2-5S
WANTED -SIX EXPERIENCED WAI3T
MAKEES at once. Apply at BOOM 17,
Renshaw Building, 69 Ninth St., Pittsburg.
WANTED-AN HONEST AND RELIABLE
girl to work at general housework: must be
be A No. lcook. Address A.B., Allegheny, Pa.
WANTED-A WOMAN COMPETENT TO
take charge of hotel; also dining room girls.
Apply or address HOTEL MARIAN, Jeannette.
WANTED AN INTELLIGENT AMERICAN
lady, middle-aged,, in our order depart
ment; salary J10 per week; references. E. W.
WALKER & CO., 65 Ninth St. Je2-89
-TTT-aNTED-20 NICE LOOKING GIBLS:'AGE
VV IS to 20. to play baseball: the best that
money will hire: liberal salary, all expenses and
long engagement to those that can play: send
photo: state age, weight, oolor of hair and eyes.
FRANKLIN "4 BENSON, Cosmopolitan Hotel,
Male and female Help.
-TT7--A.NTED-LADIE3, GENTLEMEN FOR A
Y V light, respectable business, pays S3 to S3 per
day; an article of merit; sells at sight; no books,
no photos, no trash: something new. Address,
PEOPLES SUPPLY CO., Box 78, ManorviUe.
Armstrong Co.. Pa. Please mention the Dispatch
every time yon write our advertisers. e2-M
WANTED A POSITION IN AN OFFICE OF
any kind of clerical work by a lady who has
had experience: best of reference from last em
ployer. E. S Dispatch office. Je2-35
WAKTED-BY A YOUNG MAN 25 YEAB3
of age, a situation as assistant bookkeeper
or some clerical position; will furnish satisfactory
references. F. .' H., 201 Franklin st., Allegheny.
WANTED-BY A YOUNG WIDOW,' BE
FIN ED and capable, position as housekeeper;
references unexceptional; no attention paid to
answers without name and reference. Address
IMOGENK, Dispatch office. Je2-78
WANTED YOUNG MAN PABTNEE, WITH
2,000 cash. In established steel brokerage
business; reference exchanged. BTEELTON,
Dispatch office. Je2-3t
Boarders and Lodsers.
TTTANTED - OCCUPANT FOB -rTELL
VV, furnished room fronting on park. NO.
J61 NOBTH AVE., Allegheny.
"VTrANTED-BY A YOUNG L ADT BOOM AND
Iff board in Allerneny; best of references.
Apply 1). G Dispatch office. JeZ-29-Tusa
"TTTANTED-BY GENTLEMAN BOABD AND
TV rooms for wife and son; central location.
Address XS. Dispatch office. Je2-Q
TTTANTED BOOM ANUBOAEDINPETVATE
Kheny. Address, statins terms, C. J., Dispatch
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY AT 4 JS AND
C per cnt free of tax. W. a STEWABT;.
U4 Fourth ave. Ja20-2-Stf
..VinJWVJcUiuU at & s n1 percent.
ALMS & BAILEY, 1M Fourth ave. TeL 167.
WANTED-RENT3 COLLECTED FBOMFT
. . . f';.J,rPPertT managed with satisfaction,
ALLE3 & BAILEY, 1M Fourth aTenue, Tel. 167.
-TTTANTED-MOKTG AGS-1. OCO, 000 TOLO AN
VV in large and small amounts at V. Sand
per cent, free of Bute us; no delay, rjsed B.
COY LE CO., 131 Fourth ave. mya-GO
"fTr ANTED MOETG AGES-fl, 000, 000TO LOAN
VV on city and suburban properties at 4M,5and
6 per cent, and on larms in Allegheny ana adja
cent counties at S per cent. 1. M. PEN .NOCK &
BON, 105 Fourth avenue. ap7-Hl
TTTANTED-TO LOAN MONEY-TVE HAVE
V V over one million dollars to loan on cltyjind
aubqrban property at AH per cent; no tax: ire
will also loan money on Improved farms In Alle
gheny, Beaver, Fayette. Washington and West
moreland countles;any marketable security taken
for loans of any amount. BLACK & BAIED. 95
Fourth ave. Je3-a9-sn
"XTANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKEB'3
VV dozen (IS) or Stewart & Co. 's fine cabinet
photos fortl, at 80 and 93 FEDERAL bT.. Alle
WAN TED-LADIES TO KNOW HAUGH
Keenan repair, reflnlsh or upholster old
furniture promptly and In the best possible man
ner. 33 AND 34 WATER ST. 'Phone 1KB. my-82
-TTTANTED-DESK BOOM SMALL SPACE
VV only required, huteood light and conven
ient of access necessary: Fourth ave. or Diamond
st. preferred. Address BUSINESS, Dispatch
WANTED-COEBESPONDENCE-BY B. B.
MCCONNAUGHY, Beal Estate Broker,
Johnstown, Pa., who respectfully solicits corres
pondence from any person desiring to Invest in
real estate Dismortgages; best of relerences given.
-TTTANTED C03TOMEK3 FOB CASH BAK
VV GAINS Elgin, sUverlne watches. S3.S7, S3:
Elgin gold ladles' watches, CO, C3, SjS; nickel
clocks 75 ct3.t 1347 Rogers' knives and forks, ft 75
per set. J OHN MITSCII, Jeweler, 130 Federal at.
ANTED-BY'PEABSON, LEADING PHO
TOGBAPHEB. 98 Fifth avenle. Pittsbure.
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is znakine fine cabinets at tl so Tier
dozen; photos delivered when promised; Instan
taneous process. mhl3-63
TT-aNTED-CAMPING PABTIES wishing
TV to purchase, accordions, guitars or mando
lins to examine Galllnger's stock, which we guar
antee to sell I0per cent less than anyother house
in town. GALLINOEK'S MONEY LOAN
OFFICE. 1200 Penn aver my21-27
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOB SALE HOUSE OF BOOMS. 7 CLOSETS:
very convenient, with furniture; lot 20x100:
Dearborn at.: U.30Q.
D. BEHEN 4 SON. 4113
' , East End Reside neea.
ITIOB SALE IL625-NEW HOUSE 5 BOOMS:
A' lot. 29x100; water in kitchen: natural gas; 3
minutes' walk from Brushton station. P. B. B.
Inquire E. G. EDBINGTOK, No. 2 Ninth st,
TOE SALE S1.20O-TEBMS S50O CASH, BAL.
AN CE S100 the firs t year and (200 a year there-
utcr wiu uur a room nouse wun z acres or
ground on Leamington avenue. Yf.C STEWABT,
114 Fourth ave. ap21-19-su
TjWB SALE-SI8,00O-SUBSTANTIAL NEW
JU and attractlvebrlck residence of 12 rooms. with
large lot; nothing better lor the money In the
East End: 13 desirably located on one of the main
avenues. W. C. STEWABT, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-7,50O-TEBM3 EASY-SUBSTANTIAL
brick containing 7 rooms, bath, attic
and all conveniences: In best of repair; lot 40X1S0
feet; located on paved part of Craig street; best
ij4K5i.jur " money in oaauysiae. w. u
, 114 Fourth ave.
OB BALE ON MABIPOE AVE.. BEN-
VENUE, Just a few minutes from station:
60x120: beautlfallr laid out. with ft.m.
unujiuEuijiau, iu rooms, oau
j , :..:,...'"- - i. --- -- --.
rooms, bath, porches, both
gases, etc.. newly
T papered throughoutHonly SS.C03:
T11U3. AICCAFFBEY. 838 But-
FOR 8ALE-t7,50O-TERM3 ILCOO CA8H, BAL
ANCE K5 a month a new, attractive and
substantial Queen Anne brick dwelling, contain
ing t rooms, oath, and all conveniences; Is ele-
gantiy nnisnea ana located In oipeortbe most de-
uruoie neignDornooas in uo jLasi nd.
STEWABT, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-P0,00O-SUBSTANTIAL BRICK
residence, containing 12 rooms and all con
veniences: lot l9Zx2M:thls property Is desirably
located In Wilklnsburg;aces two good avenues,
and the ground alone If laid off In lots will sell for
the money: owner refused several years ago CS, -000
cash. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth avf.
TjOE 8ALE-PAKTIES IN SEARCH OF A NICE,
JL elegant, improved residence property should
call on KELLY BOOEBS, Ho. 6315 Station street,
E. E., and they will show you something fine In
this line on North Hlland avenne; this property
will be sold at a bargain; lot is beautifully laid
out and the house complete in every detail..
TTIOB SALE-tlO,000-TEBMS TO SUIT PUB
JL! CHASEB: new Queen Anne brick residence,
having large porches, vestibule: 4 roomon first
floor, 4 rooms and bath on second and 3 attlo
rooms; well finished, nicely papered and has
finegasflxtures; good stable on premises; large
lot; located on a paved avenue. In a well-improved
and desirable neighborhood. W. O.
STEWABT. 114 Fourth ave. ap21-19-SU
T?OE SALE-SHADE, BOOMINES3 AND OUT'
XI LOOK are features to consider In buying
residence property; these and many other ad-
T&niages are pessessea Dy me elegant and com
modious new bouses 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 ol 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 la In Councils) to
go.wltbln ICO feet of the square: price of houses,
standing on lots 30x100. S3, 600; terms, moderate,
cash payment, remainder upon longtime: most
beautiful district of the city and convenient to all
parts. Apply to SAMUEL W. BLACK, t CO.. 99
Fourth avenue. myl2-71
FOR BALE - OR EXCHANGE - 12-EOOM
dwelling, Allegheny, near parks: immediate
possession. Address OWNEB, Room 208, ntssell
FOR SALE A PARK PROPERTY ON NOBTH
avenne: well located; to a prompt purchaser
we win sell this good 2-story brick house, fronting
on the Allegheny City Park, for the low price of
S9.000. C.lf. LOVE, 93 Fourth ave. Je2-21
FOB SALE -S3, C0O-THAT ELEGANT NEW
, and substantial press brick dwelling (never
occupied), containing 9 rooms, bath, stationary
wasnstands, laundry, cement cellar and all im
provements, located on Ackley st., head oi
Monterey st. W. C. STEWART, U4 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-AT CORAOPOLIS, P. 4L.E.R.
R., houses large and small, with large lota,
at reasonable prices. LASHELL & BANKIN, 7
Fourth avei Je2-l
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOB SALE-BOARPUIG OR LODGING
house completely furnished, well located on
Third aye- will sell for SCO. C BEBINGEB lb
SON, 103 Fourth ave. Je2-3l
FOB SALE -SMALL GROCERY IN ALLE
GHENY with a nice trade; will invoice about
(300: a splendid chance for a small investment.
Address F. 8., Allegheny, Pa. my31-lt-rsnTnW
OR SALE ATTENTION BARBEBS-A GOOD
paying 3-chalr barbershop: location No. 1:
trade, constantly Increasing: good, reasons jor
inquire at 125
FOB SALE-THE LEASE AND FUBNITUEE
and fixtures of a nice small hotel restaurant
and saloon business at Canton. O. ; the best
stand In the city; everything complete and new:
long lease for same (reason sickness). Address
CANTON, Dispatch office.
FOB BALE -EXCELLENT SMALL DRY
GOODS store; would suit lady: ice cream
saloon: cigar stores; grocery stores;, drug stores;
shoe stores; bakeriesT etc; business for picnics
and county fairs, 123: 100 business chances.
SHEPABD & CO.. 64 Fifth ave. ny29
TTIOR SALE LARGE BRONZE AND BEASS
foundry with first-class established trade ot
longstanding, with blast furnaces, rolling mills.
rsiiruaua, etc.; completely equipped ror ru;
imnletelr eanlnnri tar fnrnlith-
soft metals of all descriptions: will be sold at
a bargain on account of Illness of owner. Address
W. B. B., Dispatch office.
TTIOR SALE SEVERAL PIECES OF PEOP
1 ERY on Fourth ave.: also a number of
pieces on Penn ave., smlthfield st. and other
good streets: will take pleasure In giving full par
ticulars and showing surveys to parties desiring
to purchase. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth are.
OF LEXINGTON, KT,
Has a lot of nicely broken
SADDLE AND HARNESS HORSES
For sale at tbe Allegheny
EXPOSITION DRIVING PARK,
And will take much pleasure in showing the
same to ladles and gentlemen. I will remain
only a few days longer. mylo-M
TTJBTABRIVED-A LARGE LOT OF YOUNG
WS?,2eln birds; guaranteed singers. For sale
at BSPICH'S bird Store. 4o sSittiiieid st.
FOR SALS LOTS.
FOB SALE-LOT 10X110 FEET ON CARNEGDJ
ave.. cheap. D. BEHXN & SON, 4113 Pens
ave. . JeS-17 -
OB SALE-LOT 20BOO FEET ON KEYSTONal
JD ave.. Eighteenth ward.
4112 Penn are.
IOB SALE-TWO LOTS-24X100 EAOH-ON
J1 Forty-fifth st.; terms easy,
, BEHjCN .
BW.1Uf& EUU ATO,
Tan End Lota.
"C'OESALE S3, 75050x165 FEET, LOCATED IJf
MJ one o the choicest neighborhoods In Shady
side. "W. C. SIEWABT, iu Fourth ave.
FOR SALE A CHOICE BUSINESS LOTON
corner of a main Kast End street, size 45x13)1
street paved and sewered; this la a bargain ana
will make money ror the bnyer. Bee KELLY t
BOGEBS, No. 6315 Station street. East Liberty.
EOR SALEt-S500 EACH FOB to BEACTUUi.
building lots, size 25x135 feet to 24-foot alley t
these lots are well located and within 5 minutes
walk of the P. B. B.,Homewood station; cheapest
and best lots In the market. Bee &ELLY A
BOGEBS. No. 63U Station street, East Liberty.
for terms, etc. Je2-M
TTIOR SALE- ACRES, BEAUTIFULLY LO
AJ OATED, and fronting 360 ft. on one of the
leading 60-rt. avenues of E. E.;no finer sites for
2 or first-class residences, and 11.660 an acre will
take It If sold before June 1; to secure this yon
mnst act promptly. Bee M. P. HOWIiEY. 381
Butler st.. city. my22-7
FOR SALE LOTS 100x250 FEET, LOCATED
on Filth avenue, Bhadyslde. facing Amber
sou ave. : this Is without doubt the choicest loca
tion in the East End; the ground lays In such av
manner that Tor very little money it tan be graded
and a handsome effect produced In way of land
scape gardening. W. C. STEWABT. 114 FourtH
FOB SALE-P,500-THAT ELEGANT BDILD
,. , I O site, 118x173 feet (asawhole or win sell
half), located on Rebecca St., Shadjslde, between
pentr ave. ana Penn ave., facing Baum Grove,
is well elevated, level, has eastern exposure. Hue
residence on either side and In a neighborhood
J?iJ:iH,,ln.l,,tedlJ'l,0 atrtctly first-class. "W.
C. STEWABT, 114 Fourth ave. myl2-65-sn
FOR SALE-LOOK AT THIS-PLAN OF LOTS
facing on Negley and Center aves., at Roup
station, and within five minutes of either cable
line: the finest location for residence, or the best
chance for enhancement In value, in the East
End; all conveniences or city llr!, with the pleas
ures of a rural home, at moderate cost and easy
terms. MELLON BROS.. E. E., or JOHNvF.
BAXTER. Agt., 512 Smlthfield st. Je2-52-SSB
TTIOR SALE-Z LOTS, AT AUCTION, ON HIGH
X? at, Serenth ward, AUegheny ; these lota ftonl
22 feet on High st. and lten street, near Long lane t
art of the Shirk 'estate; sale on the premises,
lonaay, June 3, at 2 o'clock. A. LEG GATE A
SON, Auctioneers. ' my3C-3
T7OB SALE AT COEAOPOT.IS P. T TL W
JD B., a large number of choice building lots on
wide streets and alleys
will be sold on reasonable
terms. LASHELL i. BANKIN, 87 Fourth are.
FOB SALE-PL COO-7 ACRES, DESIRABLY
located on Squirrel hill, online olnewK. B-:
is level and will subdivide in lots to good advant
ege; terms easy. W. C STEWABT, lit Fourth,
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, etc
"T7IOB SALE HORSES ONE CABLOAD
JC drivers and No. 1 work horses; some very
heavy; all young. At BED LION STABLES,
Monday, June 3. myH-32
iQB SALE TWO ELEGANT SADDLE
norses in one condition; can be seen as
MOKELAND'3 L1VEEY STABLE.
East End. jel-SS
FOB SALE-FRESH ALDERNEY COW" WITH
calf, lnprime of lire: selling because have no
nse for It. HENEY HENK, No. 68 Anderson St.,
Thirteenth ward, Pittsburg. Jel-SS
FOE SALE FOB WANT OF USE. CHEAP.
well-matched, sound, black horses, accus
tomed to cable and steam cars, with harness and
two-seated carriage, all in good repair.
j. a., xispaica gucfl.
TTIOR SALE A PAHt OF MATCHED BAY
JL- norses, oiacx points, is hands high. 8 years
old, sound and gentle, good single drivers, fear
less of ears, very handsome: will be sold cheap:
can he seen at A. JACKMAN 3k SON'S. 53) to KB
FOR SALE-PAIR OF SPLENDID CHESTNUT
'sorrel coach horses, well mated, good tails
and manea, good knee actors, good single and
double drivers; are offered for sale only because of
the prolonged absence from home of the owner.
William Stanton, of Sewickley. Can be seen and
driven any time by notifying P. O. BOX 363, Sew
Machinery and metals.
for confectioners, printers, butchers, etc.,
etc. ; we have them In many styles and sizes, and
suited to every purpose, at very low prices.
HARME'S MACHINE liKktyfifft First are.,
Pittsburg. ' mySS-su
TT'OE SALE FBENCH PLATE MANTEL-MI
JJ Offices, all kinds of Elgin. Waltham and
Springfield watches at W cents on the dollar: guar
antee glf-en with each watch. N. GALLINGEB
1108 and 1200 Penn ave. p. . Watch repairing a
TO LET-OB FOB SALE OR EXCHANGH
for city property, eleven-room house, one
acre of ground six miles Up W. P. B. R. lot
particulars Inquire at 44 FOUBTH STBEET.
TO LET MY HOUSE. THIRTEEN BOOMS,
at Laurel Station, Ft. Wayne road, all mod
era Improvements, stable and carnage house, two
acres ground, with liver view. Inquire on prem
ises, or at 219 Lacock street, Allegheny. WM.T.
rpo LET IN SEWICKLEY: A COMPLETELY
JL furnished dwelling of 11 rooms; bath,
laundry, w. c, hot and cold water, natural and
artificial gas; large lot: one square from station
on best residence street In Sewickley: immediate
possession. Address BOX 27, sewickley, Pa.
10 Ltr-iNlOELY FURNISHED ROOM WITH
Doaro. 34 uniAXABx., Allegheny.
O LET E1THEB TWO OR THREE BOOMS
for light housekeeping, at 112 WYLD3AVE.
mo LET-3 ROOMS ON SECOND' FLOOR AND
JL basement; low rent. Inquire 13S THIRD AVE.
With board, for two ren- .
JL story front room,
47 THIRD AVE. Je2-9S
mO LET-NEWLY FURNISHED EOOMSNEAB
JL parks; all conveniences: new house: refer
ence given and required.
11 TAYLOR AVE.
TO LET FRONT AND BACK ROOMS; SUIT.
ABLE for dentist, doctor or office, or will b
furnished as sleeping apartmeats. Inquire 930
PENN AVE. I Ie2-8
LET SOME FINE
JL rooms suitable for hounekeeplng; three store
ms suitable for bouneke
good stands. low rent.
rooms, gooa sianas, lowreni. jro
or particulars ln-
quire 44 nu u Km siKiLrjr.
TO LET-FURNISHED FRONT BOOM FACING
parks; first-class board with all bomecomfortsj
convenient w city :.f per montn lor two persons :
Aaoress a. v. a., .uispatcn
mO LET-FURNISH ED ROOMS WITH KITCH-
JL EN, tableware, separate Ice boxes, folding
oeus, etc.; cuoice in tour large ouuuings; c.
rooms and halls: nat. fas: washing by house.
TO LET-WTTH STEADY POWER-LARGE
well-lighted rooms, suitable for light manu
Apply at M WATER ST., Pittsburg
rpo LET-STOREROOMS, ON CORNER PENN
JL ana mira street, i ounn street, S3 lionin-
son street, Allegheny.
inquire at 41 FOURTH
PERSON AL-IF YOU WISH TO BOBBOW
money oft watches, Jewelry, clothing or musi
cal goods call at GALLINUEB'S MONEY LOAN
OFFICES, 1103andl2WPennave. myzl-27
PEBSONAL-BOOK3 WANTED-1F YOU
have one, boot worth 10. cent, or s library
worth SI.0CO, let us know: we win buy one aa
quicaij as me otner. i..VA'a liuuft. siuiu
eventh Ave. Hotel building.
PEBSONAL-WHY TEOUBLE YOUR WIFE,
mother or daughters In repairing and clean
ing your old clothes, when It can be done for a
trifle by DICKSON, the ,TlIor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood St., second floor? Charges moderate;
facilities unsurpassed: suits made to order; spring
styles now ready. 1 elephone ma. mhS
T OST-S2 REWARD-A SILVER-HEADED
JU engraved umbrella, with Initials H. M. N. on
head. Return to 103 FOUBTH AVE., Boom 3.
X OST OB STOLEN -FROM LAUBEL STA-fcJf
JLJ TION. P. Ft.
w. au. k. it., on 'lnursoar- -.
morning. May 30, a skye terrier dog. Leave at
J.M. FAHNESTOCK A BROS., No. 121 Second
ave., and receive reward. le2-
THFBattlo Fought! "
And victory is ours; proclaim it from th
housetops, paint it on tbe dead walls, that ha
who runs may read what the people ot India,
Europe, America and the State of Allegheny,
all say that fA-VA-ZON are tbe only true,
certain Remedies that cures after all other
agencies have failed, no matter how bad or
long standing the disease. Make the wealc
strong. Gives new life to alL Relief positive)
and a enre absolute upon following the direc
tions. Go now. BECUKED. '
Bee sworn testimony. Indisputable facts at
DR. GRIFFITH CHEMICAL CO.,
801,808.305,307 GRANT ST., COB. THJJID'
AVEL. Pittsbure. Pa.
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