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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, THURSDAY. JUNE 13, 1889.
THE LAST TEIBOML.
Evidence AH in Concerning the Im-
- portation of Glass Workers.
TEE U. S. ATTORNEY THE ONE
"Who Will Ib Called Upon to Talk to Presi
dent Campbell About It
PRESIDENT WE1HE IS BE-ELECTED
A member of tlie Executive Committee of
National Trades Council told a Dispatch re
porter last night that there was now no
tribunal for President James Campbell, of the
window glass workers, except the decision of
the United States District Attorney, and that
the evidence collected in the investigation of
his connection with the importation of the 26
English glss blowers now at work
in Jeannette would undoubtedly be placed
in the hands of the United States Attorney at
the meeting of the assembly next Saturday
rirht. He said further that the Window Glass
Workers Onion finally recalled their offer of an
investigation, bnt that the investigation bad
;oneon just the same or at least the evidence
ad been collected. Continuing, he said:
Have Enotisrh Evidence,
"Wo now bavo enough evidence collected,
we think, to prove that these 26 English glass
blowers were imported under contract; that
the assembly In England were informed that
glass workers were needed, and an arrange
ment entered into by which the English as
sembly paid tfce fares over and expenses
of the glass blowers to this country, and
furthermore, that the money was refunded to
them after the arrival of the blowers here.
That is the evidence. Of course we cannot tell
what the attorney will do with it when it is
placed in his hands. But it islear enough to
The informant would not disclose how the
evidence bad been obtained or by whom, stat
ing that that would be known later. He said,
however, that much of it had come from the
other side of the water, through correspondence
with parties cognizant of the action of the as
sembly in England.
Didn't Discuss the Evidence.
A meeting of the Executive Committee of
the Trades Council was called for last night
principally to work over the evidence before it
was presented to the assembly next Saturday
night, but the time wore away until past 9
o'clock and a quorum did not show up, and the
members who had gathered adjourned, agree
ing to submit their evidence without a meeting
of the Executive Committee.
Another important question which was to
have come before the committee, was the con
sideration of the petition of the Allegheny
County Musical Union, who ask for represen
tation in the Council. It consists of about 39
members and includes some of those who were
expelled from the Musical Mutual Protective
Association. The petition argues that by giv
ing both organizations equal representa
tion, the financial status of each
member will be elevated, their services more
appreciated and the demand for their labors
greater. The petition was signed by J. F.
Roenigh, President, and A H. Gerlack. Secre
tary. President Rahe, of the Musical Mutual
Protective Association, who was present, was
loaded with evidence against members and
wanted to try to prevent the hand of fellow
ship being extended, but from the conservative
talk of others of the committee present it is
safe to say that their petition will at least be
He Is Again Made the Head of tho Amalga
Little of Importance was accomplished at the
Amalgamated Association Convention yester
day. President Weihe was re-elected the
official head of the organization, at a salary of
2,000 a year, an increase of 5500 over last year.
At the morning session a communication was
received from the employes of the Homestead
Steel Works protesting against the scale pre
sented by the firm, and stating that they would
not accept It. The communication was referred
to the Committee on the Steel Workers' Scale.
Action will be taken in regard to the Home
stead workers' claims by the convention in two
or three days.
A committee from tbo convention called on
Chairman Abbott Tuesday night relative to
the proposed scale and the situation was dis
cussed, but no compromise reached. The com
mittee took with them a-copy of the scale for
reference. Chairman Abbott said to a Dis
patch reporter yesterday afternoon that they
proposed to stay by their scale as set forth in
their circular in May. Continuing, he said:
"We never make bluffs, and will not recede
from the stand taken."
A prominent delegate to the convention said
later: "If we hadn't heard about bluffs before
we might be scared, but such talk in nothing
new, and we will see about their stand."
It is prettv positively stated by the Amalga
mated men tbattheywillstandby their scaleand
suffer the penalty, that of being locked out by
the firm and having their places filled by non
The special committee nn the guide mill scale
reported yesterday. It was recommended that
there be Inserted in the 10-inch mill scale that
S and upward to No. 15 be $2 90 per ton: light
er than N o. 15, $3 35 per ton. The same was in
serted at the heap of the hoop and cotton tie
scale. In the rates under the guide mill scale
heretofore No. 5 read: "Fiftycentspertonfor
cut hoop, all sizes." Fifty has been changed
to SOL The base of the plate mill rolling has
been changed from SO to 72 cents per ton.
The afternoon was given up wholly to com
mittee meetings. A delegate stated last night
that from the wav things were working the
convention promised to be the longest one yet
Will Enlarge the Docks.
The stockholders of the Pittsburg, Fairport
and Northwestern Dock Company have elected
Francis Ll. Bobbins, H. W. Oliver, Charles D.
Frascr, John E. McDonald, A E. Anderson,
directors. The directors elected Francis D.
Bobbins, President; Charles B. Fraser, Secre
tary; George W. Schluederberg, Treasurer.
The company proposes to improve the Fairport,
O., docks, until their capacity will be sufficient
for all requirements. Fairport is the main
lake terminus of the Pittsburg and Western
Glnii Shipments Still Heavy..
Mr. James A Henderson states that river
shipment of iron has declined, but that a con
siderable quantity of glass is still being ship
ped. Gray's Iron line shipped a consignment
of steel rails a few days since, but the boating
stage has kept up so long that the bulk of ship
ment Is over for the present.
The First Let-Oat.
The Excelsior Glass House let out its fires
last Saturday until the middle of August.
Firing a Cannon to Balse Bodies.
A cannon was fired at the foot of South
Third street all yesterday afternoon and even
ing by Messrs. Frank Baker and Frank Rial, to
try and raise the bodies of Mrs. Crowler and
tiie baby of Mr. and Mrs. Judge, who were
drowned there in the Monongahela river last
Sunday. Up to 10 o'clock last night the bodies
had not been recovered.
Remit of a Drunken Dispute.
Matthew rerguson was lodged in the Four
teenth ward station house yesterday, charged
with felonious cutting. It is alleged that Fer
guson and John Seenght engaged in a drunken
disnute over a debt, and Fen-usnn nnllprt nnt
knife and cut Seeright on the forehead, inflict
ing a beverc gosu.
A Call for Charitx.
Donation and reception day will be observed
to-morrow at the United Presbyterian Orphans'
Home and Memorial Hospital, on West Jeffer
son street, Allegheny. The institution is main
tained wholly by charity obtained at their
The Fatal Kerosene Can,
Mrs. Sexauer, a resident of Barkhammer
ktreet, Southside, died yesterday from burns
received Monday, while trying to light the fire
with kerosene. J. W. Owens, a neighbor, was
also seriously burned putting out the flames
that enveloped Mrs. Sexauer.
Schlitz' Milwaukee, Pilsner, extra pale
arid extra stout in cases or 2 dozen quarts
and 3 dozen pints; liberal allowance for
empties; also, tne same beers in casks of 6
dozen quarts and 10 dozen pints.
SCHUETZ, BENZIEHAUSEX & CO.,
100 and 102 Market st, cor. First aye.
La Matil.de Imported Cigars from 510
Jo 540 per 100.
G. "W. Schmidt, 95 and 97 Fifth ave.
Freight Tor the East.
The Allegheny Valley Railroad is pre
pared to lorward promptly shipments of
(freieht or New York, Boeton and New
ME, WEEKS TO MB. WEISS.
He Invites a Public Debate an the Consti
Yesterday the following letter wassent by
the amendment people to Matt Weiss, who Is
the leader of the liquor interests here :
Pittsburg. June 12, 1SS9.
Mr. Matt Weiss, Chairman, 43! -Smithfield street.
Deak bir As communications in tho dally
press, evidently Inserted and paid for by your
committee, charge that the literature we send out
is defective In argument, that we grossly misrep
resent the situation, and that our conclusions
from statistics or crime and vice are utterly ab
surd, we hereby challenge you or any speaker on
your behalf to a Joint debate with the Hon. Rich
ard r. Trevellick, at Odd Fellows' Ball, South
side, on the evening of Monday. June 17, at 7:30
o'clock. Satisfactory arrangements as to division
of time will be made at the commencement or the
An early reply to this challenge will greatly
oblige. Yours truly,
A. fl. Leslie. Jos. D. Wbks,
Rev. T. J. Leak. D. D., will address a Consti
tutional amendment meeting in the Eighth U.
P. Church. Van Braam and Locust streets, this
evening. This will be the final meeting for the
amendment in the church.
This afternoon the women will bold a meet
ing in the Fourth U. P. Church, Montgomery
avenue and Arch street. Allegheny, to com-
Sleto arrangements for the work next Tuesday,
be meeting will be held at 4 o'clock.
To-morrow evening a meeting in favor of the
amendment will Be held In the Union Rink.
Allegheny, at which the orator of the evening
will he His Honor, Judge White.
Another meeting in the interest of the
amendment was held in the Allegheny Dia
mond last night. The speakers were Ralph
Beaumont, Chairman National Legislative
Committee of the K. of L. His remarks were
brief as be was not feeling well and excused
himself and retired. Isaac Cowen, the Cleve
land blacksmith, made the principal address of
Will J. McConnell addressed an out-door
prohibition amendment meeting on Franks
town avenue. East End, last evening. During
the meeting some men, alleged to have been
under the Influence of liquor, tried to break up
the meeting by interrupting the speaker. A
fruit vender is said to have been the principal
offender. He Interfered until forced away by
part of the crowd. Mr. McConnell then pro
ceeded, and was frequently applauded Dy his
The temperance meeting held last night on
the Fortv-third street court was the best held
thus farl Colonel Dobson, of Iowa, gave an
able discourse on the conditions brought about
in Iowa by prohibition. The committee in
charge wishes to thank Lieutenant Orth and
officers for the good order maintained.
At a meeting of the Anti-Prohibition League.
held on the Southside last night, arrangements
were made for a meeting to be held in Home
stead on Saturday evening.
The Talk of Litigation Charter Powers of
A telegram from Johnstown to one of the
evening papers yesterday stated that some of the
survivors had been to Pittsburg to consult at
torneys about bringing suit against the South
Fork Club, and to inquire into the financial
standing of the members. This occasioned
some talk in legal circles, though among the
lawyers seen none had knowledge of sucb, pro
ceedings. The general opinion was that an offi
cial and caret nl investigation bringing out all
the facts abont the dam would be necessary be
fore an attorney would feel safe in giving ad
vice on such a subject.
One attorney said it might prove a mistake
to assume that the only liability which existed
was that which might be set up as against the
corporation. The charter of the South Fork
Club, he claimed, did not give permission to
erect or maintain a dam, or obstruct running
waters; and if the members of the association
acted beyond specifically granted or necessarily
implied powers, the question of individual
responsibility might arise-
The general expression was that it was ex
tremely unlikely that any litigation'Would take
place or be much thought of at least before an
official inquiry was had.
A JDVEUILE STABBKE.
Two Boys Quarrel on the Southside and One
of Them Is Cat.
Elmer Adams, aged 12 years, a son of William
Adams, of Adams & Co., glass manufacturers,
became involved in a quarrel with Joe Steven
son, of 919 Carson street, and it is said he
stabbed him with a knife.
According to the story, Stevenson had a bot
tle with a gum nipple on it, which he told
Adams to place in his month. Adams refused,
and, drawing a knife, struck at Stevenson,
making a wound about an inch, deep near the
heart. Drs. Brewster and Thomas attended
Btevensom. Nothing was done to Adams. The
trouble occurred while the boys were on a
strike for shorter hours at the Bedford school.
In Honor ot G. C Shldle.
A meeting of the Vigilant Fire Company was
held in the Mayor's Office last night, to take
action on tho death of Oeter C Shldle. As
a quorum was not present no resolutions were
passed, but it was decided that if any other or
ganizations turned ont at the funeral the Vigi
lants would do so also.
She Does and He Doesn't Want It.
According to stories told, Mrs. Hugh Phil
lips, of Allegheny City, wants a divorce, and
Mr. Phillips threatens to kill her if she doesn't
let up. She screamed in front of the Mayor's
office in a manner that brought Chief Kirsch
ler and a dozen officers to the rescue, and Phil
lios was corraled and sent to jail by Mayor
Assaulted by a Colored lllnn.
James Wells, a colored employe of Dr. Rex,
Neville street, had a hearing before Alderman
Hyndman last evening on a charge of serious
assault, preferred by Miss Rosa McKay. He
was held for court.
He Wn Elected President.
J. TV. Miller, the druggist, of Western ave
nue, Allegheny, has returned from the recent
meeting of the Pennsylvania Pharmaceutical
Association, of which he was elected President,
A Probable Fatality.
John Wait was hurt yesterday morning so
that he may die, being struck by a passenger
train on the B. & O. at McKeesport. He was
taken to the West Fenn Hospital. He Is about
50 years of age.
Perils Environ the Use of Cold Iron.
A man named Gilbert is charged before Alder
man Doughty with striking John Goetz with an
iron bar, and inflicting rather severe injuries.
The men work at Carnegie's Twenty-ninth
The Randall Club will entertain members
and friends with a musical entertainment this
evening at the clubhouse. Several well-known
local musicians have volunteered their services.
Prompt Action by the Singer Company.
This Company has been the first to re
open their office and establish themselves
for business at Johnstown since the great
disaster at that point. Their headquarters
are opposite the old postoffice, Franklin
street, upstairs, where their manr custom
ers in Johnstown and vicinity will receive
attention. They beg to announce that to all
who have suffered by the flood a very lib
eral discount will be given, and to those
who had Singer machines a proper and lib
eral allowance for past payments will be
made in the purchase of newmachinesnpon
application to their office at Johnstown.
Off for Europe.
Jlr. J. Harvey Wattles, who is European
buyer for "W. "W. Wattles, 30 and 32 Fifth
ave., left last evening for Hew York, from
whence he sails on Saturday for Paris per
steamer La Bretagne. He will spend con
siderable time at the Exposition and will
also visit the famous workshops of Europe.
From his recognized taste in his selections
and going at this opportune time we may
expect unusual results on his return. His
many lriends wish him a pleasant voyage
and safe return.
TAYLOR fc DEAN'S,
303 and 305 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
REAL ESTATE SAVINGS BANK, LI11L,
401 Smttbfleld Street, cor. Fourth Avenue.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, 545,000.
Deposits of $1 and upward received and
interest allowed at 4 per cent its
Oveb 200 varieties of Imported Key
"West and Domestic Cigars from $2 to $40
per 100. Q. "VyV Schmidt,
Hoi. 85 and S7 Filth Aye.
JfliBKltMiL.- itii, -.tJLuy
WHY BEVERLY'S COUNCILBIEN DE
CIDED TO GRANT LICENSES.
A New Jersey Town That Has Been
Dead to the Waist to bo
Prohibition has been a failure in the little
town of Beverly, ST. J., as far as the general
advancement of the place is concerned, and
after four years experience with no liquor
sold in the town "the residents have gone
back to the old way again, and at the last
meeting of their Council granted two retail
and one wholesale liquor licenses.
An old resident of the "place said yester
day: "Twenty-flve years ago Beverly was a
growing little city, with good prospects
ahead of becoming a place of importance.
Since that time the temperance movement
sprang up, and the very people who have
been foremost in this movement have re
tarded the growth of the town and driven
away its industries. T)uring the past four
years, when prohibition has been in force,
the decadence has been very marked. Trade
has been driven away and building stopped.
Previous to that time there were frequently
as many as five or ten houses under way at
a time, a thing almost unknown since."
HAS DB1YEN THE EABMEBS AWAY.
City Clerk "William Shropshire, whose
official position renders him especially fa
miliar with the condition of the town under
prohibition, says that the effect of closing
up the hotels lias been decidedly against
the interests of the place. "Eight years
ago," he said, in instancing this, "there
were six big grocery stores here, all of them
doing a big business. The farmers would
come here from the country around, leave
their orders at the stores, and drop in at
the hotels to gossip and drink. They
didn't get drunk. The town used to be so
full of them that you couldn't find an emp
ty shed or hitching post, all being occupied
by teams. Since prohibition has been in
force all these farmers have been driven to
Burlington or some other near town where
they coula find proper accommodations.
The result was that three of the grocery
stores failed, and of the three that are left
one is hardly doing any business at all.
"Another effect has been the driving away
of numbers of people who formerly came
here during the summer. The Steamboat
House used to have from 160 to 200 boarders
every summer; but when the license was
taken away the house remained closed for
three years, and did a very meager business
the remainder of the time."
The Steamboat House is one of the places
jnst granted a license, and has already 2S0
boarders engaged for the present summer.
Mr. Shropshire also stated that traveling
men who nave chanced to visit the town
while prohibition was in force have said
that they could not give a good account of
the town outside, and could not recommend
any of their fellow-travelers to any house in
Beverly as furnishing first-class accommo
dations. They would, therefore, naturally
go to Burlington or other nearby towns.
EVIDENTLY HAD ENOUGH OP IT.
The population of Beverlv is about 2,300,
and at the election last fall G. D. Logan,
prohibition candidate for Assemblyman and
a resident of the town, only polled 35 votes
in the town limits. Mayor Eoberts and most
of the city officials are pronounced temper
ance men, but are not believers in prohibi
tion. The present City Council, of nine
members, comprises but three who are in
favor of no-license, they being Dr. A. "W.
Taylor, G. D. Logan and M. W. Hamer.
At the meeting of the Council last week
licenses were granted to Edward Buss, pro
prietor of the Buss House, at Five Points,
and Francis H. Bradley, of the Steamboat
House, the latter being also granted a whole
sale license. The application of Mrs. Jeans
for a saloon and restaurant at Warren and
Laurel streets was refused, and the applica
tion of Mrs. Kirschoff for her old hotel, the
"Washington House, was laid over.
X. X. X 1855. Pure Bye "Whisky, full
("u3rtS $ Uv
1860, McKim's Pure Bye Vhisky,
full quarts 3 00
Monogram, Pnre Bye "Whisky, full
quarts v 1 75
Extra Old Cabinet, Pure Bye "Whisky,
full quarts, 1 60
Gibson's, 1879, Pnre Bye Whisky, full
quarts 2 00
Gibson's Pure Bye "Whisky, full
quarts , 1 50
Guckenheimer Pure Bye "Whisky, full
quarts , 1 00
Guckenheimer Export.Purc Bye "Whis
ky, full quarts 1 50
Moss Export, Pure Bye Whisky, lull
quarts 1 25
1879 Export, Pure Bye Whisky, full
quarts 1 25
1880 Export, Pure Bye "Whisky, full
quarts 1 00
For sale by G. "W. Schmidt, Kos. 95 and
97 Fifth ave.
Tboso Big Red Signs.
The attention of every one passing corner
Grant and Diamond sts. is attracted: toward
the big red signs in the corner windows ol
the Pittsburg Combination Clothing Com
pany (P. C. C. C), where samples of men's
and boys' suits at half price are displayed.
Each suit is ticketed with the reduced price,
and anyone knowing the least thing about
clothing value, can, at a glance, see how the
prices have been slashed. The entire stock
of suits, both men's and boys', must be sold
at once, and there is just half the price to
be saved on a suit of clothes. It's a genu
ine treat to look at'the window display and
see the bargains. P. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. new
Satlnes and Ginghams Sever as Cheap
As now the largest stock of desirable
goods. It will pay you to come now.
Jos. HBene & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
The Fast Freight Ronte.
For Buffalo and Rochester, K. Y., and
Eastern points consign your freight via A.
V. B. E., care of the Buffalo, Rochester
and Pittsburg By. Always in the field for
business. For further information and
rates apply to Wm. A. Sproull, Cont'g.
Agent, 708 Penn ave., room 505. Tele
Flue Rye Whiskies.
All the leading brands of pure rye whis
kies; also brandies, gin, rum, Kimmel
bchtjetz, .kenziehatjsen sb CO..
100 and 102 Market st, cor. First ave. I
We have a beautiful line of gold paper at
10c a bolt; new patterns.
Abthub, Schondelmyeb & Co.,
MThs 68 and 70 Ohio st, Allegheny.
New Printed Satin de Rhadamen
At 75 cents a yard a reliable wearing silk
for summer wear new styles only 75c
Jos. Hoeke & Co.'s,
Penn Avenue Stores.
Natural Mineral Waters.
, Apollinaris Water, quarts and pints.
Tanus Water, quarts.
Nieder Selser, quarts.
Congress Water, quarts and pints. 1
Hatnorn Waters, pints.
G. W. Schmidt,
95 and 97 Fifth ave.
Geo. H. Bennett & Bro.,
135 First ave., second door below Wood st,
are the largest holders of Pennsylvania
pure rye whiskies in the city.
Will address the mass meeting to be held In
Soho School Hall, on Thursday, Jane 13,
1889, in favor of prohibition. All are in
vited. Real Scotch Ginghams at 35 Cents.
These are full width and very fine quality.
Come nowbefore the best patterns are picked
OHb JOS. HOBNE & C0."8
Penn Avenue Stores,
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AMENDMENT MASS MEETINGS
Will bo Held nt the Following Places and
Addressed by the Speakers Nrnned.
Thursday evening, June 13, Camden
A. C. Rankin.
Bridgeville Homer L. Castle.
Homewood Colonel John Sobieski.
McKeesporf B. F.-Trevellick.
Iiawrenceville "Hon. 'Ralph Beaumont.
Twelfth ward Will J. McConnell.
Webster Isaac Cowen,
Friday evening, Rebecca and Manhattan
streets, Allegheny A. C. Rankin.
Grand Opera "House, Pittsburg G. L.
Dobson and B. F. Trevellick.
Snowden, on Baltimore and Ohio Bail
road John Sobieski.
Lawrencevile Bev. J. T. Kilev.
West Elizabeth Will J. McConnell.
Gibsonia Isaao Cowen.
Saturday evening, Copper 'Works, Second
avenue A. C. Rankin.
Elizabeth Hon. G. L. Gibson. -
Thirteenth ward John Sobieski.
Iiawrenceville B. F. Trevellick.
Shousetown Will J. McConnell.
Franks town and Lincoln avenues, E E.
Monday evening, June 17, East End
Hon. G. L. Dobson.
Grand Opera House, Pittsburg Hon. E.
Twelfth ward John Sobieski.
Odd Fellows' Hall, S. 8. E. F. Trevel
lick. Dravosburg Isaao Cowen.
A. H. Leslie,
Secretary County Committee.
Thoio Big Red Signs.
The attention of every one passing corner
Grant and Diamond sts., is attracted ton ard
the big red signs in the corner windows of
the Pittsburg Combination Clothing Com
pany (P. C. C. C), where samples of men's
and boys' suits at half price are displayed.
Each suit is ticketed with the reduced price,
and anyone knowing the least thing about
clothing value, can,-at a glance, see how the
prices have been slashed. The entire stock
of suits, both men's and boys', must be sold
at once, and there is just half the price to
be saved on a suit of clothes. It's a genu
ine treat to look at the window display and
see the bargains. P. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. new;
La Perla del Fnmar.
These celebrated clear Havana Key West
Cigars are for sale at: '
Hotel Duquesne, Hotel Anderson.
St Charles Hotel, Albemarle Hotel.
Union Depot Restaurant,
John hauler, 3799 Fifth Ave.
Peter A. Ganster, 35 and 37 Frankstown,
John F. Ganster, 27 Frankstown Ave.
Peter Weber, 76 Wylie Ave.
John C. StrotiD, 25 Union St
E. W. Hngan." 609 Smithfield St.
Neville Bayley, 405 Smithfield St
J. K. Derr, 400 Market St.
P. C. Duffy, 540 Grant St.
E. F. Busch, 3716 Forbes St.
G. W. Schmidt, 95 and 97 Fifth Ave.
For Medicinal Purposes.
Old Cognac brandies, pure blackberry
wine, genuine imported Gilka Kummel,
genuine imported Boonekamp of Maag bit
ters, imported Holland gin.
Schuetz, Benziehausen & Co.,
100 and 102 Market st, eor. First aye.
All-wool ingrains only 60o a yard; any
quantity and a variety of patterns; good
brussels carpet at 40c a yard.
Abthub, Schondelmyeb & Co.,
MThS 68 and 70 Ohio st, Allegheny.
"Golden Wedding" flour
A Great Rush to the Jane Curtain Sale
As we said the people who want good cur
tains cheap had better come at once.
JOS. HOENE & CO.'S,
Penn Avenne 8tores.
BENNETT & CO.
BENNETT fc CO.
Fancy Sailors. Fancy Straws.
J. G. Bennett & Co.'s new straw hats for
gentlemen beat the world. Have you seen
Frnncnhelm & Vllsack's
Iron City beer is the best in the market.
Pure, wholesome and nutritious. Tissn
"Una," fancy spring patent flour, best
n the world nj
THE MEMBERS OF IKON CITY LODGE,
No. 3&0, Knights of Pythias, are requested
to assemble at their Castle Hall, at I p.m..
sharp, TO-DAY, to attend the funeral of
Brother Joseph Pntchard, from his late resi
dence, 234 Spring alley. Members of sister
lodges are invited to attend.
By order of
je!3-a S. P. BURROWS. C. C.
-VTEW YORK MILITARY ACADEMY,
Xi Cornwall-on-Hndson. Courses of study in
civil engineering, English and classics. Labor
atory, drawing room and field work. Beautiful
Duildings, grounds, location. COL. C. J.
WRIGHT, A, M Supt; B, F. HYATT
George Hodgdon, Architect has removed to
his handsome new rooms. Safe Deposit Build
ing, 83 Fourth ave. Tate elevator to iirth
FRANK W. SMITH, Att'y at Law.
ESTATE OF SAMUEL HARPER, DE
CEASED Letters of administration on
the estate of Samuel Harper, late of the city of
Pittsburg, county of Allegheny, Pennsylvania,
deceased, have been granted to Helen A. Har
per, to whom all persons indebted to said es
tate are requested to make payment, and those
having claims or demands will make known the
same without delay. HELEN A. HARPER,
administratrix, cor. Grandview ave. and Bertha
St., Pittsburg. my23-6-Th
JOHN F. COX, Attorney-at-Law,
403 yrant street
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
letters of administration, eta., have
been granted to the undersigned on the estate
of James Wbltaker, late of Mifflin township,
Allegheny county, deceased. All persons in
debted to said estate are requested to make
immediate payment, and those having claims
or demands against the same will make them
known without delay. JAMES H. WHIT
AKER, Administrator, eta., Homestead,
PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING STA
TIONERY, furniture, fuel and other
In compliance with the Constitution and laws
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, I
hereby Invite sealed proposals, at prices below
maximum rates fixed in schednles, to furnish
stationery, furniture, fuel, and other supplies
for the several departments of the State Gov
ernment, and lor making repairs in the several
departments, and for the distribution of the
public documents, for the year ending the first
Monday of June, A. D. 1S90.
Separate proposals will be received and sepa
rate contracts awarded as announced in said
schedules. Each proposal must be accompa
nied by a bond with approved sureties, condi
tioned for the faithful performance of the con
tract, and addressed and aeliveredto me before
12 o'clock sr. on Tuesday, the 9th day of July.
A. D. 1SS9, at which time the proposals will be
opened and contracts awarded, in the recep
tion room of the Executive Department, at
Blank bonds and schedules containing all
necessary information can be obtained on ap
plication at this department.
CHARLES W. STONE.
jc2-C9-D Secretary of the Commonwealth.
Having retired from business at No. 73 Ohio
street and also sold mv stands in the Alie
gheny Market to my son, -George A. Wyland, '
nu persons naving accounts against me win
present them to said George Al Wyland at
stalls Hos. 72 and 74 Allegheny Market for
settlement and all persons indebted to me are
requested to makei-'settlements with him;
Thanking tno public for their patronage,
JelM7 , JOHNlLWYLAND.
4&-Z)Uplay aavcrtitanentt one dollar per
iquare for one intcrUon. Classified advertUe
tnentt on thti paje such as Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, etc., ten cents per line for each truer
Hon, and none taken for less than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For tho accommodation of tho
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where WamVFor Bale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements vill
be received up to 9 P. M. for Inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already hate accounts with TBS D1S
THOMAB MCCAFrEEY, SSifl Butler street.
EMH, G. STUCKEY. 2h street and l'enn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY &CO., Wylie ave. and Fultonst
N. SXOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. "W. WALLACE, S121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTER b SHE1BLER, 5th av. & Atwood it
JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Carton street
CHAS. BCHWABM, 1707 Carson street.
A. J. KAEKCHEB, 59 Federal street.
H. J. McBKIDE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FBEDH. EGGEBS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS ft bON, Ohio and Chestnut sH.
J- F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
1'EKKY M. GLEIM. Keb'ecca and Allegheny aves.
"TJANTED-TWO CARRIAGE PAINTERS AT
VV m Fifth ave. H.UEBR&80N. Jel3-77
WANTED-A GOOD WAGON MAKER AT
CONRAD BOWER'S, Southern ave.. Mt.
WANTED FIVE FARM HANDS AT
once. J. M.K1BE, 67 East Diamond. Alle
TXTANTED-A GOOD SMABT WHITE BOY
tfi rnn flAvti
Inquire at ST. CHARLES
- HOCKMEN - AT DINSMORE
Apply to SUPERINTENDENT, on
XtTANTEL-A BARBER. APPLY TO GEO.R.
VV t'AUSET, Cochran station. P., V. AC.B.
K., above Duquesne. Jel3-79
TTJANTEU AT ONCE, 2 GOOD COAT
VV MAKERS: will pay ftood prices. H. A.
&K. M. KERNOTT, Beynoldsvllle, Pa.
"TTTANTEO-A YOUNG MAN FOB THE
T T prrocery trade: must speak German, and be
acquainted with the business. 58M PENN AVE.,
WANTED-2 CANVASSERS GOOD MEN
can make $50 to $75 a month and expenses.
Inquire for F. M. COLE, M Wylie ave., after t
TTTANTED 2 EXPER1ENCEO RUBBER
n stamp makers: good waxes; nobody but
first-class men need apply. Wi-BER & CO , 54
Fifth ave. Jel367
TIT ANTED 8ALESMEN-TO
v BERX stock;
Sav: excellent chance. Write AX WOOD & CO.,
eneva, N. Y. JelS-73
WANTED TYPEWRITER ONE CON-
in own handwriting; wages f40 per month. Ad-
"" a., mspaien omee, jei3-99
TT ANTED -TWO GOOD STBAP-SAOULE
t r makers, three lacers and two stitchers for
fine work; none but first-class workmen need an
ply. GILLIAM M'F'O. CO., Canton, O. jeS-74
TTTANTED-AGENTS TO SELL THE CLEM
TT EM'S safe to business and professional
men. farmers and private families. For Illustrated
catalogue and terms, address M. CLEMENTS,
Cincinnati, O. Je9-107
-TtTANTED-A MAN OF BUSINESS APTI
VV TUDE. residing ontslda Pittsburg, to act
for established house in own State: salary abont
$100 monthly: references. SUPT. MFO. HOUSE.
Lock Box 1810, N. Y. oc7-8-Th
TV powder and pure spices: girts with goods;
coke workers, miners or mlllmcn can make money
in their spare time. YAMASH1RO TEA CO., 83
Jackson st Allegheny, Pa. Ja2fi-8S-TTS
VTTANTED-BAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
VV COLLEGE. 4 Sixth street. Pittsburg. Pen
manship, bookkeeping, eclectic shorthand, type
writing, arithmetic, etc., thoroughly taught tor
f5 per month: Instruction nrlvatefor both sexes;
open through summer, day and evening.
TTTANTED-GENTLEMEN TO ATTEND N.
VV Y. Cutting School, No. 514 Wood St.;
Urllng's actual measurement system taught In all
its branches: the only true system fitting any and
all shapes: Instructions 10 A. M. to 4 p.m.; even
ings 7 to 9 P. x. ; call or write for circular.
WANTED AGENTS-"THE JOHNSTOWN
Horror, or the Valley of Death." The rush
for canvassing books has already begun; graphic
descriptions, authentic Information, thrilling
tales oiberolsm: agents will have t come In quick.
P. J. FLEMINO & CO., 77 Dlamorid St., Pitts
burg, Pa. Jel3-8
WANTED-10,000 AGENTS AT ONCE TO
sell the only authentic, complete and
graphic History of the Johnstown Flood. Pro
fusely Illustrated with views of all sorts con
nected with the terrible scenes of the mighty in
undation. 12 mo., 400 pp. Price $1 50. Liberal
terms. Thousands want it. Demand Is Immense,
bend quietly 30c for outfit to J. W. KEELER &
CO., 523 Chestnut St., Phllada. Jel3-71
VTTANTED-A GOOD COOK. CALL AT 1137
W Liberty St., EUROPEAN HOTEL. Jel3-16
tTTANTED PANTSUAKER LAOY PRE
V V FERRED. Inquire at JOHN KAISER &
CO. 'S, No. 618 bmithflcld st. Jel3-26
"TTT ANTED AN EXPERIENCED COOK TO
VV go to summer hotel for the season. Address,
with references, WILbON & FAlR,Saltsburg,Pa.
Itlalo and female IIoId.
WANTEDFARM HANDS, AN EMIGRANT
boy, a hostler, cooks, chambermaids, dress
maker and 4 sewing girls, waitress and chamber
maid for small family, S3 50 per week. J1KE-
HAN'S AGENCY, 645 Grants!,
VV STRESS, 1 laundress, chambermaids.
lngroom girls, nurses, 5 young girls. 100 house
glrlv German and colored girls: drivers, gar
deners, farm hands. MRS. E. THOMPSON, 603
Grant st. Jel3
WANTED-THE COMMERCIAL ACCOUNT
ING AGENCY. 163 Fifth avenue, furnishes
business houses with bookkeepers, office clerks,
salesmen, stenographers, typewriters, and all
ktndsof professional and clerical labor, without
the expense of advertising, and the trouble and
annoyance of examining the claims and references
of applicants; those requiring help of this charac
ter should apply to us. Jel3-29
TTTANTED BY A YOUNG MAN WILLING
V V to work, a position with real estate agent;
real estate agent
Address J. M. St.
cau give uest 01 reiereuue.
WANTED-POSITION IN AGROCERYORTO
drive delivery wagen by an experienced
grocery clerk and bookkeeper; best of reference.
H. W. B., ZSi Federal St.. Allegheny. Jel3-81
WANTED-BY A GENTLEMAN WHO IS TO
visit the largest cities In the Southern
States, and who desires to represent some respect
able business or firm, which are able to offer lib
eral commission or salary to represent their busi
ness In all the largest cities of the South; best of
references furnished as to character: can furnish
bond if necessary: send full particulars of nature
of business, salary, etc. Address P. O. LOCK
BOX C Idana. Clay county, Kan. JelS-7
WAITED A PARTNER IN A WELL
established and highly successful manu
facturing firm In the city, having several lines of
specialties, with large profits; this is a fine open
ing: the firm Is sound and strong and the business
Is on a solid basis; we are personally acquainted
with the gentlemen composing the firm and have
pleasure In recommending them as being
thoroughly reliable In every particular; a good
man is wanted to undertake ono of the depart
ments or to take charge of the office; capital re
quired, $15,0U): no one need apply who is not pos
sessed ot good business qualifications and of un
doubted Integrltv; references given and re
quired; all communications will be regarded
as confidential. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.. 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. Jel2-28-D
TTTANTEO-KOOM AND BOARD FOR GEN
TV TLEMAN and wife; best of references;
terms must be moderate. Address H. C, Dls
patch office. jel3-78
WANTED-BOARD BY A YOUNG GENTLE
MAN in private family: East End preferred ;
reference exchanged. Address B. O., Dispatch
TTTANTED-BOABDING.'ttlTH A PRIVATE
VV family-near Twenty-fourth St., Southside;
reference exchanged. Address, with terms,
BOOKKEEPER, Dispatch office. J 613-17
Boarders and Lodgers.
WANTED-STJMMEB BOARDERS IN THE
E. E. ; location desirable; house and rooms
large and pleasant; near P. R. R. and cable cars,
also grouuds, porches: all the modern conven
iences; terms reasonable. Address J. H. O., East
Liberty P. o. JeI3-69
Booms. Donees. Etc.
WANTED-FUBNISHED HOUSE IN THE
country, with shade, for two months, by a
careful tenant, with small family. Address LOCK
BOX 1004, Pittsburg Postofflce. Jel3-24
-TTTA'N TED - MORTGAGES IN ANY
TV amounts: 4 to S percent: cltv and country:
no delay. SAMUEL' Wi BLACK ft CO.. 89
Fourth avenue. t, JaiO-55-MlhS
yVV in large and small amounts at 4K. 5 and 6
per cent nee or State tax; no delay, BJCED B.
.. wwittAVIM-lilli UJ-4VV
uuxALHiff-iAj. ifii ironnn ave. ' mv2i.fia 1
In sums to suit, at 4H, S and 6 per cent.
GRAEBING ft LYON, 135 Fourth are. ap6-el-D
-TTT-ANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EYTO LOAN
VV In sums to suit at 4f, 5 and C per cent.
ALLES BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
ON CITY PROP-
TT EKl'X. over 84,0
HENRY A. WEAVER
000; Vi per cent; no tax;
AW,, iKijouxm avenue.
-NTTJANTED-RENTS COLLECTED PROMPT
VV LY; property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
WANTED TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
of (3,000. and upward, on city and suburban,
property, on AH percent, free of tax; also smaller
amountsat5and 6 percent. BLACK b- BALED,
05 i ourth avenue. se-l-d26-D
TJTANTED MOKTGAGES-SL 000, O00TO LOAN
V V on city and suburban properties at 4K, 5and
6 per cent, and on lanns in Allegheny and aqja-
cent counties at 6 per cent.
m. pennocb: ft
avn. mm x uuriu avenue.
fXTANTED-TO LOAN poo.000 ON MORT
YV GAGES; 1100 and upward at 6 per cent;
(500,000 at 4K per cent on residences or business
property: also In adjoining counties. S. H.
FBENCH, Mi Fourth avenue. oo31-eS4-I
WANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'3
dozen (13) of Stewart ft Co. '3 fine cabinet
photos for Jl, at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
WANTED SODA FOUNTAIN, WITH
water Jet: second hand. Address, with
price and particulars, FOUNTAIN, Dispatch
WANTEO-TO SELL STORE; SUITABLE
for lady or gent: good location; about
would accept part cash with cood secun-
ty. W. W. W. Dispatch office.
WANTEU-LADIES TO KNOWHAUGH ft
Kcenan repair, refinlsh or upholster old
furniture promptly and In the best possible man
ner. 33 AND 34 WATER ST. 'Phone 1636. my9-82
-TTTANTED BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
VV TOGRAFHER, 96 Firth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that be is making fine cabinets at l 50 per
dozen: photos delivered when promised: instan
taneous process. mhl3-63
WANTED ANY PARTY NOT HAVING THE
ready cash, wanting to furnish a house or
room with furniture or carpets orhousehold goods
of any kind, or wants to dress genteel, or wants a
gold watch, address care P. O.liOX NO. 501, el'y,
and you can have the means furnished you at a
low rate of interest. Jell-62
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-14 NEW HOUSES ON 'CENTER
av. renting for (3,250: any person desiring a
solid 8 ner cent investment should see this at once.
SPENCER ft GLOSSr.K, 419 Smithfield St. Jell-51
FORSALE-804 WYLIE AVF., BRICK DWELL
ING: mansard slate roof, 6 rooms, finished
attic, hall, cellar, gasand water, etc.; lot 18H100
ft.; price 82,750; tennseasy. ALLES ft BAILEY,
164 Fourth ave, Tel. 167. iel3-S4
TJWR SALE-WYL1E AVE., NEAR JONES
JU St., 2 new brick dwellings, 6 rooms eachicctlar,
gas, water, etc. : also new double brick dwelling
on rear 01 lot, of 10 rooms; sewered; lot 40x112 to
20-foot alley; price $3.500 one-half cash; rental
(75 per month. ALLES ft BAILEY, 164 Fourth
ave. Telephone 167. Jel3-87
FOR SALE (3,300 INVESTMENT LAW
RENCEVILLE, bttween Forty-ninth aud
Fiftieth streets, lot 20x100. with 2-story frame
dwelling, 6 rooms audattlo on front and 4 rooms
and attic frame dwelling on rear: total rental (390
per year: a bargain; must sell at once. SAMUEL
W. BLACK ft CO . 99 Fourth ave. JelS-1
Enat End Residence.
FOR SALE-LINCOLN AVE. E. E. OPP.
school house, 2 trame bouses, 8 rooms each In
side, w. c. bav windows and all modern Improve
ments: rent for (750. SPENCER ft GLoSsER,
419 Smithfield St. Jell-51.
FOR SALE-SOUTH HILAND AVE., E. F-.
a rare opportunity; an elegant new brick
house of 8 rooms; all conveniences; well worth
38,500: will sell for (7,500 on terms to suit. D. P.
THOMAS ft CO., 408 Grant st. Jel3-S3
FOR SALE-NEAR SHADY LANE, AN ELE
GANT 2-story Queen Anne fr. dwelling 6
rooms, kitchen, laundry and bath,h. and c. water,
nat. gas: everything in first-class condition; price
imi; terms easy; 101 axiui 10 alley, d. i.
EILLY, 77 Diamond at.
FOR SALE-COUNTRY RESIDENCEIN THE
city; about 10 minutes walk from Court
House; splendid opportunity: house contains 10
rooms, bath room, natural gas, etc.; lot C9X132,
beautifully laid out with trees, plants, shrubbery,
etc.; no better chance for a quiet, retired home.
J. C. REILLY, No. 77 Diamond st. Je7-05-EOD
TT'OR SALE S3.950 -
E. E., MCCLINTOCK
corner nronertv. elegant
JD place. Elyslau ave..
new two-story frame dwelling, 6 rooms, hall, both
gases, hot and cold water, bath, slate mantels,
etc.: lot 50x109 feet; 5 minutes from Filth ave.
cable or P. R. It. station; easy terms: a bargain.
SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO., 93 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-SHADE. ROOMINESS AND OUT
LOOK are features to consider In buying
residence property: these and many other ad
vantages arc possessed by the 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 the square: price of houses,
standing on lota 30x100, (6,500: terms, moderate,
cash payment remainder upon long time; most
beautiful district of the city and convenient to all
parts. Apply to SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO.. 99
1 ourth avenue. myl2-71
FOR SALE-IN THE EAST END, THE FINE,
large residence, with large lot. 120x120 or 220
feet on Marshall avenue, adjoining Tenn avenue,
and convenient to Brnsbton and Wllklnsburg r.
r. stations: residence Is brick, has hall In center,
spacious rooms on either side, tedar room, finished
attic rooms, bath, lavatory, hot and cold water,
natural gas, furnace dry cellar, porches front and
sides: everything In prime order and modern
throughout; lot has dense cover of fruit and shade
trees and shrubbery, grapevines, lawn, flower
plots, copious supply or pure spring water, etc.,
etc. ; this desirable property will be sold at public
sale on Thursday afternoon, June 13, at 2 o'clock,
on the premises: a card of permission will be
given to anyone who may wish to examine the
property: title perfect and unencumbered: terms,
one-fourth to one-sixth cash, balance In from 3 to
10 years: take 1 o'clock express train for Wllklns
burg on day of sale: only 17 minutes' ride. Plans
and fuller information from JAS. W. DRAPE ft
CO.. 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. JeS-83-MTTS
FOR SALE-AT (4,000-ON CLIFTON AVE,
Allegheny, new house 7 rooms, beside 3 In
attic; lot 30x170 ft. W. A. HERRON ft SONS, 80
Fourth ave. Je2-63-3. 6, 10, 13, 15
flOH SALE-HANDSOME MODERN HOUSE
all conveniences and large lot, choice loca
tlon, Bldwell street, Allegheny: low price
iiegneny; low pn
SEERY, 85 Fifth ave.
easy terms, vnv, i. m-iiujuki, ruuisve.
FOR SALE-ON ESPLANADE ST., NEAR
the parks, Allegheny, a good house In flrst-
class order: 8 rooms.
oms. late improvements; lot uxiau
It. to James st. W.
HERRON ft SONS. 80
FOR SALE CHEAP-ON STOCKTON AVE
NUE, near Arch street, Allegheny, lot26Kx
240 feet, to Park way, with a large and commo
dious dwelling. Call on W. A. HERRON ft
SONS, SO Fourth avenue. jeli-54-TTS
FOR SALE A PAYING INVESTMENT;
well Improved Allegheny property on La
cock St., near Saudusky et.. paying enough rent
to make 7 per rent net on fT.uOO, thepii;caskedr
W. A. HERRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth are.
FOR SALE-FRONTING THE MOST DESIR
ABLE part of the North Parks, cor. North
a e. and Webster st. a good brick dwelling, 10
rooms, lot 20x107; at auction June 25, 188 1, at 2:30
o'clock P. M , on the premises. W. A. HERRON
ft SON 3. 80 Fourth ave. Jel3-83-13,15.18,22
FOR SALE-SECOND AVE.. GLEN WOOD, AN
elegant 3-story frame dwelling, nearly new. 12.
rooms, store room and large meeting hall; price
(4, 600, less than cost of building; lot 24x126. J. C.
REILLY. 77 Diamond st. Jel2-40
. Suburban Residences.
FOR SALE-SUBURBAN RESIDENCE, S
rooms, bath, w. c , range, pantries, 4 bay
windows, 4 porches; lot 60x100, with elegant shade
trees: only (3,600. LUTTON ft ElCHTElt, 90
Fourth ave. Jell-49-TTS
FOR SALE SUBURBAN HOUSE AND
grounds, near the city and railroad station;
8 rooms In bouse, sewing room, hall, dry cellar,
natural gas, and all In nice order: fine lot, 125x200
feet: fruit and shade trees and shrubbery, good
water, beautiful location; a cool, shady spot, In
the midst of pleasing surroundings; price low:
terms to suit: Immediate possession; would take a
small cltv property lu part payment. Keys al office
of JAS. W. DBAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue,
FOR SALE LOTS.
ING on Wallace, Pitt and North streets.
easy payments, ij;. u. wifluts-
ROTH, 100 1 ourth avenue.
FOR SALE-LOIS. LOTS, IN THE "OR
CHARD" plan. Wllklnsburg, Penn avenue.
Marshall avenue, Henry Place, South street aud
Ross street, 3 mlnutcs'walk trom railroad statlokv
all level, no grading required; fruit or shade trees
on every lot: plenty of water; natural gas; low
taxes; pure air, and only 17 minutes' ride by ex
press train from the Union depot; all to be sold at
public sale on Thursday afternoon, June 13, at 2
o'clock, on the premises: title perfect: one-fourth
or one-fifth cash, balance In Irom2to5years;take
1 o'clock express train for Wllklnsburg on day of
sale. Plans and fuller particulars from JAS. W.
DRAPE ft CO., 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-(99)-SATURDAY, JUNE 13. AT
auction, lots 25x120; situation unsurp issed
for health, beauty ot scenery and convenience
to schools, churches and the center of the city,
only 12 minutes from" Smithfield St., fronting on
50 it .streets and extending to 20 ft. allevs: trains
leave the Castle Shannon Incline 1:30 P. II.; this
Is your chance to get a home on your own terms;
(10 down, balance (5 per month and no Interest on
deferred payments: be your own landlord? stop
paying rent: be a property owner: buy a lot for
yourchlldren; price 1200 and upward: makeyour
selection at once. before all the good lots are gone;
IS sold: auction sale Saturday, June IS, upon ar
rival of train, leaving Castio shaunoaIncllne 1 :3d
r. m. rriYare saw oaiiyaiBAJklUfiiiiYT. xslauh.
avv.'A ivjuiuuiaut f jexj-A
East End Lota.
FOR SALE BUILDING LOTS-ON THE
Citizens' cable line. Nineteenth ward; loca
tion good, in the Brown ft Uonnell plan; terms
easy. W. A HEBRON ft SON S. SO Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-FINESt' BU1LOING LOTS IN
the city: SO feet front, on Mellon street: con
venient to cable cars and R. R., at (1.600; terms
to suit. MELLON BROS., 6349 Station, street,
E. E. jell-82-TTB
FOR SALE-THE LARGEST LOTS, THE BEST
Improvements, most convenient locations,
lowest prices, easiest terms; can all be secured In
'TheBaum Grove Plan," Negley ave. JOHN
F. BAXTER, Agt, 512 Smithfield st. Je9-5-3iTh
FOR SALE-OAKLAND BUILDING SITE.
Oakland ave.. near Forbes St.. a fine large
lot. 40x200, to Atwood sttthls Is one or the choicest
locations In Oakland; city water and natural gas
on street. BLACK ft BAlRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR BALE-NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE
a choice building site for a home: 60-foot
streets: no city taxes: Bank of Commerce addi
tion plan, Brushton station, secure colored plan
from JOHN F. BAXTER, Agt., 512 Smithfield st.
FOR SALEONLY (".OOO-A GOOD ROUP
street lot, near Fifth ave., 80x272 feet: the
prestige this street has over others Is enough
recommendation and needs no further descrip
tion. Call at this office and get full particulars.
BLACK ft BALRD, 95 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-FINE SPECULATION ON LINE
of P. R. R..Swlssvale station: 40 acres of land
especially adapted for subdivision Into choice
building lots; natural gasand city waterplpes run
through the property: 61 trains stop hero daily:
monthly tickets 9c per trip: the demand for houses
at this place Is largely In excess of the supply,
both for sale and rent: if not sold in a few days
will be divided Into lots. SAMUEL W. BLACK
S. CO.. 99 Fourth avenue. Jel2-33-D
FOR SALE-LOTS-FRONTINO ON TWO
streets In Second ward. Allegheny. 20x101 it.,
S650: easy terms. W. W. McNEILL&BBO , 105
Fourth ave. Jel2-26
FOR 8 ALE LOTS ON MAPLE ANDLINDEN
avenues and Lombard street. Allegheny, In
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MCN AUGHER, 43 N. Diamond St.
FOR SALE-FARM OF 48 ACRES. WITH
dwelling, bank barn, grain and corn house;
abundance of spring water; well suited for stock,
grass, grain or gardening; good orchard (apple,
peach and plum); situate near Sewlckley. ED
W1TTISH, 410 Grant St.. Pittsburg, Pa. Jel3-D
boarding houses, cottages, lots and bath
houses to let or for sale by I. G. ADAMS ft CO.,
real estate agents, R. Est. ft Law Bdg., Atlantic
Cltv. N.J. mv20-24-D
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE SALOON AND FIXTURES
cheap: doing a good business. Address A.
PRENDERGAST, Findlay, Ohio. Jel3-79
FOR 3ALE-(00-RIGHT OPPOSITE COURT
House, a very neat cigar, confectionery and
Ice cream parlor, doing a nice business. J. C.
REILLY. 77Dlamond st. JelI-41
FOR SALE-AN OLD-ESTABLISHED JOB
BING carpenter business in the city, with
tools, fixtures, stock, etc: steam power, etc.
Full particulars from JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 129
Fourth avenue. Pittsburg. jel3-100-MTbs
FOR SALE-GOODWILL AND FIXTURES
of first-class roadliouse and driving park,
with best half-mile track In State, near Baltimore
City: licensed and doing excellent business, which
can ho doubled. H.P. LUCAS, City Hall. Balti
more, Md. Je7-e7
FOB SALE-GEO. HARRIS' CONFECTION
ERY, notion, tobacco and cigar store, with
stock and fixtures, cor. Thirty-fourth and Penn
ave.; will sell at Invoice: best stand in Lawrence
vllle: satisfactory reasons given for selling. See
OWNER, on premises, or THOS. MCCAFFREY,
3507 Butler st. 1el3-3MVT8Su
FOR SALE-LtASE, GOOD WILL AND FUR
NlSHMENToran established livery and un
dertaking business: centrally located and doing a
Hirst St., Allegheny.
FOR SALE-GROCERY STORES, DRY GOODS
stores, small wall paper and stationery store,
upholstery business, (500: cigar stores, fine con
fectionery. Ice cream and dining rooms, bakeries,
drug stores, printing offices, shoe stores; 100 busi
ness chances: call and get free particulars.
SHEPARD ft CO., 54 Fifth ave.J Jell
FORSALE-OR EXCHANGE-HOTEL PARK,
West Brldgewater: brick building. 30 rooms;
only licensed house; location, town connects
Rochester, Beaver. H. P. DILWOBTH. Penn
building. Pittsburg. Jell-25
FOR SALE-BUhlNESS PROPERTY-8 PER
cent net Investment; (12,000; first payment,
(3,000; balance on long time: will sell for (20,000
within five years. W- W. MCNEILL 4 BRO , 105
Fourth avenue. Jel2-2S
FOR SALE-SUMMER RESORT CONVEN
IENT for Plttaburgers In Eastern Ohio; com
modious buildings, and a fine, large lake or fresh
water well stocked with fish. J. H. STEVEN
SON'SAGENCY, 100 Fifth ave. JeI3-82
FOR SALE-CORNER FIFTH AVE. AND
High st.; that elegant business propertv: five
brick buildings which rent for !,': lot SSx feet;
price for all only (20,000; one-quarter down, bal
ance to suit purchaser. SPENCER ft ULOSSER,
419 Smithfield st. Jell-51
TTlOR BALE-THAT LARGE, COMMODIOUS
JD building No. 1108 Pike St., Pittsburg, adjoin
ing the Allegheny Valley Railroad otnees, con
taining 21 rooms, suitable for large boarding
house or for business offices; Is oflered at a low
figure and on easy terms to close an account:
Immediate possession. Apply to SAMUEL
DYER, Real Estate Agent, 43 Park way, Alle
FOR SAIiE-TO GLASS OR IRON MANUFAC
TURERS Three acres, best for glassworks;
has eight room-residence, laundry, etc.; (2,500;
one acre adjoining for forging or Russia sheets,
with two-story stone works, 50x50: steam hammer.
14x30, and boiler 28x4!, etc., at (3,000; each plat has
West Penn siding and Allegheny wharfage: very
cheanest nat. ras and on eas belt L 200 feet deen:
coalMc FARRELLY ALDEN. grindstone office,
591 ourth ave., Pittsburg. Send for photograph.
FORSALE-BY GIBSON INVESTMENT CO.,
Minneapolis, Minn., 7 and 8 per cent first
mortgages on good Improved property; no mort
gage exceeds 33 per cent of, the actual security;
call orsendfor pamphlet. GEAEBING ft LYON,
135 Fourth ave , Pittsburg, Pa. P. A. GIBSON,
Eastern Manager. Erie. Pa. Je6-40
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, etc
lOR SALE-FINE FRAZIER ROAD CARTS.
C. WEST ft CO., 420 liuquesno way. jeiz-43
FOR SALE-2 GOOD COWS-INQUIRE OF
MRS. MARGARET STEVENSON, Hites,Pa.
FOR SALE KENTUCKY HORSE SOUND
and gentle; trots 2:40: cost owner (600; will
sell cheap, as I am leaving city. Inquire 52
VIRGIN ALLEY". JeI3-85
OR SALE-HORSES JUST ARRIVED. DO
.. .-, 9 1... wn.. 111 ..,. ....
by going to Exposition track: coach, buggy, sad
dle, business and draught horses arriving dally.
machinery nnd nictals.
FOR SALE-2 HORIZONTAL ENGINES, 18x22,
1 Ball engine, 1 small dynamo and 2 lamps and
meat choppers, rendering kettles, etc VELTE ft
MCDONALD, Penn ave., cor. Thirty-second st.
East End Residences.
TO LET-UNTIL APRIL 1. 1S0O-A NEWLY
furnished convenient house on O'Hara st.,
East End. close to Filth avenue cable cars; price
?v, per month. Address, with references, J. M.,
Lock Box 641, city. ' )e!2-10
TO LET-THE RESIDENCE OF THE LATE
John Scott, deceased, cor. Shady lane and
Forbes street; large dwelllngofU rooms;late con
veniences: stable; 8 acres of ground; rent low.
W. A. HERRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth ave. ,
PERSONAL-THE GENTLEMAN THAT GAVE
the boy a bill to change on the 7th Inst, and
when be returned with the change could nor he
found, can have same by applying at NO. 6 MUL
BERRY ST., Allegheny. Jelt-91
PERSONAL-BOOKS WANTED-IF YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth (1,000, let us kno: we will buy one as
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK STORE,
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. my3-2S
PERSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIVE,
mother or daughters in rcDalrlng and clean
ing your old clothes, when It can be done for a
trifle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood St., second floor? charges moderate;
facilities unsurpassed: suits made to order; spring
stales now ready. Telephone 1553. mhS
LOST-TUESDAY EVENING, ON SIXTH
ave , new Grand Army badge. Finder will
confer a favor by leavingat JAS. KERR'S DliUG
bTUI'.E. sixth and Smithfield, Jel3-65
BEWARDOFS25 00W1LLBEPA1D TO ANY
diver picking up the remains of Willie Itees,
that was drowned June 7, 18S9, near Twenty-ninth
street mill, Pittsburg: height 4 ft. 10 In., light
hair, gray pleated shirt, striped pants and
buckled shoes. WM. W. BEES, Thirty-seventh
st., pear Butler. Jel3-92
EEWARD-(100-A BOX ABOUT 3 OR4FEEr
long and 2 feet high, covered with canvas and
marked "Consul General. San Francisco"; was
swept by the flood from express train No. 8 at
Conemaugh; this box contains papers valuable
only to the Consul General, and a reward of one
hundred dollars wilt be paid for Its recovery and
delivery at the Mavor's office, Altonns, Pa.
EDMD. H. TURNER, Major. I4ANG TING.
TSAU, .Consul General, J9-1S5
JERY ATTRACTIVE AUCTION SALES
V of fine household goods and carpets as
No. 311 MARKET ST., FRIDAY MORNING.
Janet 14. at 10 o'clock. Handsome English rng,
parlor suit of 5 pieces, mantel cabinet In ma
hogany, pier mirror, marble clock, lace cur
tains, door lambrequins, fine bookcase, orna
ments, rugs, pictures and bronzes; fine walnut
and oak chamber suits, chiffoniers, wardrobes,
dressers, wasbstands. bedsteads, folding bed,
couch bed lounge, hair and husk mattresses,
springs, bedding, china closet extension table,
very line sideboard, leather, cane and patent
seat chairs and rockers, ball rack, moqnets,
body brussels. velvets and ingrain carpets,
linoleum, cooking utensils, laundry goods,
china, glass and silverware, etc., etc, etc Coma
and see goods now on exhibition at rooms.
HENRY AUCTION CO, LIM.. Auctioneers.
Office of National TbansitComp ast,
On, ClTT. Pa.. June 7, 18S9. t
TTOTICE-THE PATRONS OP THE NA
JLN TIONAJj Transit Company are hereby no'
tided that all credit balances upon the books of
the National Transit Company at the begin
ning of business Jane 5, 18S9. and all outstand
ing acceptances and certificates prior to tliat
date, are subject to an assessment of two
tenths (2-10) of one per cent, or two (2) barrels
on a thousand inpipeage-paid oil, on acconnt of
loss by flood June 4, 1SS9, from nineteen (19)
tanks located in Olean and Allegheny town
ships, Cattaraugus county. New York.
Je8-93-p D. O'DAY. General Manager.
PICNIC GROVE FREEI
Only six miles from the city, situated on the)
blufr overlooking Davis Island dam. Easily
reached by rail or boat. Large grove of forest
trees, cool, clear springs of water, fine dancing
The use of the grove will be given free to
Sunday schools, societies, lodges, G.A.R. posts,
private fetes, etc, the only charge being fare
on the steam elevator to and from the grounds.
For dates and further particulars apply to
J. H. DAWSON, Lacock street, near Fed
eral street, Allegheny, or to A-CLANEYon
the grounds. mvll-15-D
Pittsburg. Pa., June 12, 1889.
VfOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Ji reports of Viewers on the opening of At
lantic avenue, from Liberty avenue to Rosetta
street, has been approved by Councils, which
action will be final unless an appeal is filed in
the Court of Common Pleas within ten (10)
days from date. E.M.BIGELOW,
jel2-6 Chief of Dept- of Public Works.
Pittsburg. Pa, June 12. 1889.
VfOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN THATTHB
J.N reports of viewers on the construction
of sewers on Melville alley, from Thirty
seventh street to Thirty-sixth street; Mign
onette street, from Whitfield street to con
nection with sewer on Beatty street; Auburn
street, from Lowell street to Larimer avenue,
and Grazier street, from a point 2S9 feet west
of Lang avenue to Lang avenue, have been ap
proved by Councils, which action will be final,
unless an appeal is filed In the Court of Com
mon Pleas within ten (10) days from date.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Jel2-66 Chief of Dept. of Public Works.
Department of Public Safett,1
Pixtsbubg, June 5, 1SS9. J
SEPARATE AND SEALED PROPOSALS
will be received at the office of the City
Controller until Tuesday, June IS, ISS9. at 2 P.
jr., for furnishing and delivering two turn
table aerial ladder trucks to the city of Pitts
burg. Plans and specifications can be seen at the
office of the Bureau of Fire; bonds in double
the amount of bids must accompany each pro-
Sosal, said bonds to be probated before the
layor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
J. O. BROWN".
Chief oftheDepartmentof Public Safety.
BUSINESS TAX AND WATER RENTS.
1889. Notice is hereby given that the du
plicates for the business tax and water rents for
the year 18S9 have been placed in my hands for
collection by the Board of Assessors author
ized to assess the same.
The time for paying said taxes and water
rents at the Citv Treasurer's office is the month
of Jnne. No discounts allowed.
Water rents and business tax remaining un
paid after June 30, 1889. will be placed in the
hands of the Collector of Delinquent Taxes for
collection, with 5 per cent added.
All applicants for statements ot water
rents must give name of the owner of the prop
erty they occupy or desire to pav water rent
for. J. F. DENNISTON,
je505-D City Treasufer.
S" ORD1KANCE-AUTHORIZING THE
repaving of Wylie avenue from Sixth av
enue to Fulton street.
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it 13 hereby ordained and,.'
enacted by the authority of the same. "That the
Chief of the Department of Public Works be
and be is hereby authorized and directed to
cause to be repaved with block stone that por
tion of Wylie avenue from Sixth avenue to
Fulton street between the curb lines and the
block paving on each side of the tracks of the
Central Traction Co.'s Railway.
Section 2 That any ordinance or part of or
dinance conflicting with the provisions of this
ordinance, be and the same is hereby repealed
so far as the same affects this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils
this 27th day of Mav A. D. 1889.
H.P. FORD, President of Select Council.
Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD. Clerk of Seleot
Council. G. L. HOLLIDAY, President ot
Common Council. Attest: GEO. BOOTH,
Clerk ot Common Council.
Mayor's office, June 1, 1889. Approved.
WM. McCALLIN. Mayor. Attest- ROBERT
OSTEKMAIER, Assistant Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book; voL 7page 77,
10th day of June. A. D. 1SS9. 3oIl-52
16,500 each, moderate cash payment, balance
$500 per annum, elegant new two-story and
mansard brick dwellings, 8 rooms, hall, bath,
laundry, slate mantels, art fire places, tile
hearths, sliding doors, wired for electric light,
fine chandeliers, both gases, plate glass win
dows, etc.; Oakland Square, five minutes from
Fifth 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 asphaltum;on each side of and
facing the park are the above described dwell
ings; most desirable houses yet offered; en
hancement of values sure. SAMUEL W.
BLACKIA CO, 99 Fourth ave. myll-39-D
THE JOHNSTOWN FLOOD.
A terrible contagion of diseases, such as
Scarlet Fever, Diphtheria, Smallpox. Cholera,
and probably Yellow Fever, will be the result
If we do not use a preventative. The above can
only be preventedV using DR. BURGOON'S
System Renovator and I do assure anyone that
uses the renovator tbev are nsing the medical
properties of dandelion. Mayapple. bnchu.
quassia, cinchona, cascara sagrada, gentian,
sassafras, boneset, kidney wart, stiilingia, Peru
vian bark, rhubarb and burdock. It acts
thoroughly on the digestive organs, the liver
and the kidneys. Under Its operation the lost
appetite returns, the bowels become open and
regular, it invigorates the stomach, it makes
the weak strong, it builds up the nerves aud
cleanses the blood of every impurity. While
and after using it no disease will infect the
system. I will guarantee the health of all who
use it. For sale at all drue stores or by
jel35 No. 47 Ohio street, Allegheny, Pa.
Of all kinds of wearing apparel, su ch as dresesg,
tea gowns and wrappers. Also Turkish, Mad
ras and portier curtains, 'ambrequins. table
covers, mantel scarfs, tidies and all other t ex
tile fabrics dry cleaned at the
SIXTH AVENUE DYE WORKS,
M. MAY SONS & Co.
6 SIXTH AVE.
Goods called for and delivered. jell-TTS
EOR SALE WHOLESALE PRODUCE
commission house, doing a business second
to none in the city; everythirg in first-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. my26-llS-TTSSa
41 eeyentn avenue, '
Telephone 13H. se5.n6uVrrS
91 AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg. Pa. ap30-74-D
B ARROWS & OSBOURNE
90 Diamond street."
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