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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, PRIDAT, JTJOTS 14, 1889.
The People Living on That Gem of
the Ohio Kiver Are Angry,
AKD 1HEY ARE VERY AKGRY, TOO.
Again Threatened With Neglect hy the
Ohio Connecting Company.
WERE THE KEFEESEKTATIYES BOUGHT?
The owners of Brunot Island are mad. It is
drawing it exceedingly mild to put it in that
way tor tney are red hot and Btill heating, and
the trouble is that they think they have been
sold out. sacrificed in the interestof an electric
When the Ohio Connecting Railway Com
pany began to talk about building its bridge,
the island owners thought they saw an oppor
tunity to connect themselves with Alle
gheny City and the Southside, bo as to get
something better than the step-child treatment
they have been accustomed to for the
last 18 or SO years. -So they proposed that
The company should include some kind of a
bridge that would answer to carry some kind of
a motor railway from Preble avenue. Alle
gheny, to Nimick avenue, Southside. with con
nection with Brunot Island, it being supposed
that as the company bad authority to build a
toll linage there would be sufficient inuuce
munt. After hone deferred had made the
islanders' hearts sick they Anally decided that
if they could only get a foot-walk on the bridge
iium me ibianu w me baoro enu 01 mc -.m..
ward, Allegheny, it would be better than noth
ing, as their r.hiidrim rould then ero to school
indepandent of flood or ice floes. They thought
they would at least get that much, but from
what has transpired within a few days it seems
they are to be left to breakfast, dine and sup off
coia shoulder lor some time yet to come.
MB. M'FADDES GUARDED.
An attempt was made to get an expression of
oninion from Mr. Thomas McFadden relative
to insinuations that some members of Alle
gheny councils had sold the islanders out in
order to make terms with the railway compa
li irhpri-hv tha lntter should build an ex
pensive bridge to connect an electric railway
on California avenue with Bellevue. but Mr.
JMcFadden was somewhat in the same frame of
mind as the expiring Irishman, who, when
asked by his confessor if he renounced the
devil and all his works, replied: "I don't pro
pose to make a declaration on that head as I'm
going to a strange place and don't want to
make enemies.-' It was evident, however, that
Mr. McFadden had sized it about the same way
an other kickers, and he. in common with the
rest, was at white heat The action pro
posed was puuilanea a nay w fcw oiutu
in the report of Allegheny Council
committee proceedings, it is cnargea mai
though some members of Councils had agreed
that the island should have some consideration
It is now beimr left in the cold. The bridge
company, it is admitted, can take the ground
necessary to do its work without building any
thing in return, but it is held that by proper
management arrangements coma do maae
imitnallv satisfactory, as even a corporation
wishes to have the good will of a municipality
when it doesn't cost too much, but the island
ers mint the company considers tnem sniaii
potatoes as against corporate interests that can
command more cash. The islanders claim that
the Ninth ward of Allegheny is now about
monopolized Dy railway companies mat payrno
tax for its benefit.
THE ISLA2TD HAS BEEN A SATBArT.
The modern history of Brunot Island shows
it to have been a rather doleful and expensive
experience. It never got much for its taxes,
but Mr. McFadden states that when it be
longed to a Southside township they were
light and not much complained of. Finally
the late Benton Kerr and others by some
means had it detached from the Sontbsidn and
added to McClnre township. Then McClure
township was taken into Allegheny City and
the island's troubles began. There are about
126 acres of arable land on it, and it is owned
by some SO people. Since they have been an
nexed to Allegheny City they have paid be
tween $15,000 and $20,000 in taxes and haven't
gotten a mill in return, for the inhabitants say
that to send their children to the city school
costs more than would the maintenance ot a
school on the island beside the danger attendant
and the inability to transport them over the
river during a considerable portion of each
year. Then they complain that they are not
provided with paved streets nor even roads of
any kind, and have
1TEITHEB POLICE 2TOE FIRE
protection. If a gang of toughs see fit to visit
the island, it is at their mercy, while the
inlanders are forced to pay for all these things
enjoyed by the part of the ward that is in. the
city proper. "
From time to time the islanders have been
chasing various mirages. Occasionally a prop
osition has been put out to buy the island and
make it a park, and various other things have
been suggested, but each, time as the people
began to think they were about to catch up
with the delusions they were dissipated.
The people 'who live in the upper must go
to the lower end of the island to connect with
a landing and street, and must pay right of
way from home into another part of the same
ward. Long ago, when it was occupied solely
by Dr. Brunot. it was about the most delightful
spot about Pittsburg, and in the general ab
sence of roads and other facilities for commu
nication the isolation was not felt, but while
the general advance in material progress has not
made garden stuff now any better on Brunot
than it did half a century ago, and has not en
hanced the price of its products, railways have
brought Central Ohio practically as near to the
gardener as is Brunot Island.
How Fact Talks.
Ton should not crow till you have tried
The battle and succeeded.
Go whip your man: you thus provide
The precedent that's needed.
You want more than assurance of a cure for
your maladies. You want examples, such as
DBS. StabkeyAPalen: "Your Compound
Oxygen Treatment cured me of severe hemor
rhages of the lungs " MRS. H. A. Chaphane,
PepperelL Mass. Dr8. Stahkey fc Palen :
"My wife was entirely cured of bronchial
trouble by the use of your Compound Oxygen
Treatment." W. E. Churchill, Mohawk,
A brochure of 200 pages containing the his
tory of the Compound Oxygen Treatment in
cases of consumption, bronchitis, asthma,
catarrh, dyspepsia, nervous prostration,
rheumatism, neuralgia, and all complaints of a
chronic nature will be forwarded free of charge
to any one addressing Dks. Stabkey fc
Palen, No. 1529 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Iiocomotivo Flremen'a Picnic
The picnic of the Brotherhood of Locomo
tive Firemen will be held at Bock Point
"Wednesday, June 19. The Pennsylvania
Company will sell excursion tickets at rate
of 40 cents Iron Pittsburg and Allegheny.
Trains will leave at A. M. and m., Cen
tral time. , MP
Wonderful Electric Piano.
Come and see this wonderfnl piano, oper
ated entirely by electricity. "Will be here
only a few days longer, so come soon. This
piano works on the same principle as the
celebrated -Eolitn organ which we handle.
It plays the finest and most difficult music
perfectly and can be operated by one who
knows nothing abcut music. Come and see
the electric piano and tbe Bolian organ.
Melloe & Hoine, 77 Fifth avenue.
Ladle' Salt Parlor.
Positively the larrest and finest selection
in city of ready-madi gowns and wrappers
in India silk, cballe and French muslin.
Your inspection is solcited.
Parcels & Jones,
MWP 29 Fifth ave.
Free! Free! Phottn of the Flood!
A complete set of large, finely finished
photographs of the principal views of the
Johnstown disaster will be presented with
every purchase of $5, or oter, at Kaufmanns'
Imported Ale nndPorter.
Bass ale.Burke's bottling'Sass ale.McMnl
lin's bottling and Guinness' extra Dublin
stout, pints by the dozen, telephone 677.
Schuetz, Benziehattjen & Co.,
100 and 102 Market st, or. First ave.
New Expre Tralu to Nlw York.
The 3. & O. B. H. has addtd in addition
to their two express trains t daily train
leaving Pittsburg at 6 p. M., arriving in
Philadelphia at 7:45 and New Tork 10:43 A,
M., with Pullman palace sleejing cars at
tached. Free! Free! Photos of tbe Flood!
A complete set of large, finely finished
photographs of the principal views of the
Johnstown disaster will be presetted with
every purchase of $5, or oyer, it Kauf-
REASONS WORTH READING.
JAMES D. HANCOCK, ESQ., ON THE
The 'Well. Known Lawyer Tell Why He I
Opposed to tbo Amendment Succinctly
and Forcibly It I a Blow at Free Government.
The Evening JVew of Franklin, Pa;,
which circulates extensively among Prohi
bitionists, and in fact is understood to lean
somewhat toward the cold water cause, has
been fair enough to print an interesting
communication regarding the amendment
issue from the pen of James D. Hancock,
Esq., leading counsel for the Allegheny
Valley Railroad, and one of the foremost
lawyers of Northwestern Pennsylvania.
Mr. Hancock's remarks are pertinent and
Buffalo, 3Iay 29,1889.
J. S. McGarry, Esq., Chairman:
Dear Sib In reply to your request that
I should give the reasons why I am opposed
to the prohibitory amendment to be sub
mitted to the people of Pennsylvania in
June next, I would say:
First I am opposed to the amendment
because it violates the principle which is at
the basis of all free government, which is
that the citizen shall have fullliberty to
eat, drink and act as he pleases, subject to
such limitations as are necessary ior the
maintenance and good order ot society.
This principle, subject to these limitations,
has been recognized and approved by such
statesmen and philosophers as Thomas Jef
ferson, John Stuart Mill, Herbert Spencer
and other distinguished authors, who hare
iuvestigated the true foundation and limita
tions of government. That a prohibitory
law comes within neither the principal nor
the limitations seems to me obvious upon
even a slight consideration of the facts. By
no code of morality of which I have heard is
it either a sin or a crime to take a drink of
liquor, either for medicine or as a beverage;
and if it is not a crime to take a drink of
liquor it is clearly not a crime to sell or
manufacture it. Intemperance is always a
sin, and in every civilized community the
disorders arising from intemperance are
treated as crimes, and subject the business
and conduct of the people to such regula
tion as will tend to prevent disorder and
crime, while at the same time within the
limits of temperance complete liberty of ac
tion is allowed. It is the true business of
the law in the traffic in liquors as in every
other business to prevent the abuse and not
the use thereof. Prohibition goes much
farther than this. It takes away from each
individual his natural right, end at the
same time punishes the vast majority of
those who use liquors in some form or other
for the sins of the small minority who abuse
them. The administration of justice is the
great function of government, whether such
government be autocratic in form, or repre
sentative and dependent upon the suffrages
of the people. "While therefore an individ
ual mar frequently deny himself to benefit
his fellow, he has no just right as a govern
mental factor to compel his Government to
act unjustly and punish the innocent to pre
vent the crimes of the guilty.
Second I am opposed to the prohibitory
law because, from the nature of things, I do
not think it could be enforced.
It is common to hear advocates of the
amendment of a certain, class declare that
after the amendment has been adopted they
expect to use liquor as freely as heretofore,
but it may save others from ruin who are
now abusing or are hereafter likely to abuse
their present liberty. If the advocates of
the amendment do not themselves expect to
observe it, what warrant is there to conclude
that others may not equally evade the law?
Has not experience, wherever similar laws
have been tried, shown that they were
evaded by parties who felt either the neces
sity or desire?
The administration of this law will rest
finally with the people of the different lo
calities throughout "the State. The great
majority of the people in all the large cities
are opposed to the amendmeutand will elect
the officers who are to administer the law,
and such as will on their action under
the same reflect the sentiments of their con
stituents. The effect-will be that in some
parts of the State attempts will scarcely be
made to enforce the law, while in the other
parts it will be evaded to a greater or less
extent by devices that are more or less dark.
"What has experience shown in other local
ities and States?
Third lam opposed. to the amendment
because its consequences will he thoroughly
It is estimated that the amount of capital
invested in breweries, distilleries and other
property connected with the trafficin Penn
sylvania amounts to the enormous sum of
f84,000,O00. "While I do not believe that
the adoption of the amendment will stop
the use of liquor, it will without doubt de
stroy the greater part of this capital which
during the last 150 years has been built up
under the protection of the laws of the
State. "When one man takes away or de
stroys the property of another, outraged law
requires that he shall restore it or its value.
Under any honest code is .there any better
reason why the State should deliberatelv
destroy property than would apply to an in
dividual? "We hear daily appeals to voters
to place themselves on the moral side of this
question. "Would it not be well for voters
to consider also which is the honest side?
To me it seems a most discouraging feature
of the times, that in the midst of all the dis
cussions upon this momentous question,
political honesty has been so entfrelv for
gotten that those who are constantly- de
manding moral support have faile'd to
mention that they propose to destroy with
out compensation the value of property
"worth many millions of dollars.
For these reasons I intend to vote against
the amendment, and for these reasons like
wise I think other conscientious men should
vote against it. Nor, upon a question of
such immense importance and fraught with
such momentous consequences, do I think
that because the chairman ot one party has
been guilty of corrupt and trickv Dractippe
the spiteful fiat of the chairman of the other
party will absolve the honest citizen.regard
less of party, from the obligation of voting
upon the question in accordance with what
he conceives to be his dnty.
Tours truly, James D. Hakcock.
La Perla del Fnmnr.
These celebrated clear Havana Key "West
Cigars are for sale at:
Hotel Duquesne, Hotel Anderson.
St. Charles Hotel, Albemarle Hotel.
Union Depot Restaurant,
John Lauler, 3799 Fifth Ave.
Peter A. Ganster, 35 and 37 Frankstown
John F. Ganster, 27 Frankstown Ave.
Peter "Weber, 76 "Wylie Ave.
John C. Stroun, 25 Union St.
E. "W. Hagan," 609 Smithfield St
Neville Baylev, 405 Smithfield St.
J. K. Dcrr40b Market St
P. C. Duffy, 540 Grant St.
E. F. Busch, 3716 Forbes St
G. "W. Schmidt, 95 and 97 Fifth Ave.
Real Barenins In Fine Dress Goodi.
Come to our special sale, and you will see
them. 50 cents and 75 cents the leading
prices. Yon can't duplicate them at these
prices. Jos. Horne & Co.-s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Flannels A Tery attractive assort
ment of French, Scotch and fine American
flannels in stripes, checks and figures for
gowns, tennis, blouse waists, skirting, etc.,
all prices from 25c to $1 per yd.
cmwfsu Hugus & Hacks.
Summer Drras Goods Sale.
Yon can buy SI to 1 75 dress fabrics for
50 and 75 cents a yard here.
Jos. Horse & Co.'s,
Penn Avenue StoreJ.
A fnll line of imported cigars, in boxes of
25, 50 or 100, at prices to suit the purchaser.
"Wm. J. FEIDAY, 633 Smithfield street,
Geo. H. Bennett & Bro.,
135 First ave., second door below "Wood st,
are the largest holders of Pennsylvania
pore rye whiskies in the city.
If anv additional evidence of the futility
and stupidity of the prohibition fraud be
needed.it might be found in some of the
silly speeches concerning the Johnstown
flood that have been made by Prohibitionist
orators here and there. One of these inter
esting personages in exchange for suppres
sion of the lifluor traffic would welcome a
Johnstown calamity every month in the
year, while another certified that the victims
of the cataclysm "were drowned and went
to hell." So many of these fellows have
been talking and acting like fools that the
people have been led to the conclusion that
the policy which they advocate in regard to
the liquor traffic is loolish also. The Pro
hibitionist speakers are the enemies not only
of true temperance, bns of their own fanati
cal cause. MP
Pare Rye Whisky.
XXX 1852, Private Stock 52 00
XXX 1870, Choice Old Cabinet 1 50
Choice Old Gibson 2 00
1879 Gibson 150
Guckenheimer Lubling.... 175
Guckenheimer Pure Bye 100
Large's Old Eye 150
Superior Y, Overholt 125
XXXX Old Monongahela 100
Full quarts, case or gallon.
"Wm. J. Fkidat, 633 Smithfield street
1828, Imperial Amontillado Sherry,
full quarts 53 00
1828, Imported Brown Sherry, full
quarts 3 00
Pemartin Sherry, full quarts 2 00
Choice Old Brown Sherry, full quarts. 2 00
Harmonv Sherry, full quarts 1 50
Fine Old Topaz Sherry, lull quarts.... 1 00
For sale by G. "W. Schmidt, 95 and 97
New Express Train to New York.
The B. & O. B. K. has added in addition
to their two express trains a daily train
leaving Pittsburg at 6 P. M., arriving in
Philadelphia at 7:45 and New York 10:45 A.
m., with Pullman palace sleeping cars at
tached. Extra Clerks at Sntlno and Glnshatn
So you will be promptly waited on in spite
of the great rush plenty of the special
bargains still here.
Jos. Horse & Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores.
Imported Sherry Wine.
Imperial Amorosa, 1810 53 50
Imperial Amontillado, 1828 3 00
Pemartin Eeserve. 1840. 2 00
Solera Cabinet, 18G0 1 50
Vinode Pasto 100
Full quarts, case or gallon.
"William J. Fridat,
"WFStj 633 Smithfield street
Fine Rye Whiskies.
All the leading brands of pure rye whis
kies, ranging in age from 1869 down to the
present month. Telephone 677.
Schuetz, Benzieh atsen & Co.,
100 and 102 Market st., cor. First ave.
Free! Free! Photos of the Flood!
A complete set of large, finely finished
photographs of the principal views of the
Johnstown disaster will be presented with
every purchase of 55, or over, at Kauf
Extra Clerks nt Sntlne and Gingham
So yon will be promptly waited on in spite
of the great rush plenty of the special
bargains still here.
Jos. Horne Ss Co.'s
Penn Avenue Stores..
BENNETT 6? CO.
BENNETT & CO.
Fancy Snllors. Fancy Straws.
J. G. Bennett & Co.'s new straw hats for
gentlemen beat the world. Hare yon
India Silks A splendid assortment of
these desirable goods; our lines at 65c, 75c
and 51 are the best values offered.
MWFSU HUGUS & HACKE.
Best 51 50 per doz. cabinet photos in the
city. Panel picture with each doz. cabinets.
Lies' Popular Gallery, 10 and 12
Sixth st sustwp
IO. O. F. THE MEMBERS OF HENRY
. Lambert Lodge, No. 475, L O. O. F.. are re
quested to assemble at the hall corner Steven
son st. and Fifth ave., on .FRIDAY, June 14,
at 1250 r. H., to attend the fnneral of our late
brother, P. D. D. G. M. GETER C. SHIDLE.
Members of sister lodges aro invited to attend.
By order of JOHN EORICH, N. G. jeU-51
THE MEMBERS OF GOWER LODGE NO
64, L O. O. F., are requested to meet at the
hall, Dispatch building,
TO-DAY, AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M.,
To attend the funeral of Richard D. Williams,
at Sycamore street, Mt Washington.
JOHN NICHOLLS, N. G.
JAMES DOHERTY, Secretary. je!4-79
TO ALL OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF
Modoc Lodge No. 229, K. of P., with sor
row and regret, I am detailed to announce the
death of our esteemed brother, Richard D.
Williams, died Jnne 12. 1889, and will be buried
from his late residence on Sycamore st, Mt.
Washington, on Friday, 14th inst
Jel4-80 K. of R. and S.
THE MEMBERS OF MILNORLODGE NO.
287. F. and A. M, are requested to as
semble at Freemason's Hall, Fifth avenue, on
FRIDAY, JUNE. 14, 1889, at 12 o'clock M., to
attend the funeral of our late brother P. M.
Geter C. Shidle, D. D., G. M. The members
of sister lodges are respectfully invited to at
tend; all the brethren will please appear in
Masonic dress, viz: dark clothes and black silk
hat. By order of the W. M. Jel4-68
"PROPOSALS FORROCK EXCAVATION
JT U. S. Engineer office, Cincinnati, May 11,
I&S9. Sealed proposals, in duplicate, for break
ing up and removing a reef of rocks from the
Ohio river, at Brooklyn, Illinois, will be re
ceived at this office until 12 M. on THURS
DAY, the 20th day-of June, I8S9. All informa
tion furnished on application. The attention
of bidders is invited to the acts of Congress
approved February 28. 1885, and February 23,
1&S7. WM. E. MERRILL, Lieut CoL of En
"PROPOSALS FOR REMOVING BAR AT
JL mouth of Licking river. U. 8. Engineer
Umce.Clncinnati. May 10.1889. Sealed Dronosals.
in duplicate, will be received at this office until
12 M. on THURSDAY, the 20th day of June,
1SS9, for the removal of a part of the rock bar
which obstructs the mouth of the Licking
river, for which the sum of 25,000 is available.
All information furnished on application. The
attention of bidders is invited to the acts of
Congress approved Feb. 26, 1885, and Feb. 23,
18S7. WM. E. MERRILL. Lient Col. of En
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 schedules, to furnish
stationery, furniture, fuel, and other supplies
for the several departments of the State Gov
ernment and for making repairs in the several
departments, and for the distribution of the
Sublic documents, for the year ending the first
londay of Jnne, A. D. 1890.
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 tbe faithful performance of tbe con
tract, and addressed and ae.livredto me before
12 o'clock M. on Tuesday, the 9th day of July,
A. D. 1889, at which time the proposals will bo
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.
je2-69-P Secretary of the Commonwealth.
91 AND 93 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pittsburg. Pa. apSO-74-B
imi THHtD AVE.. UPSTAIRS.
Gents' shoes soled and heeled in 15 minutes
for 75 cents.
Finest work in the clKr myS-U-wr
ZJf-DUplay advertisements one dollar per
iguare for one inser'tion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Bale,
To Let, etc, ten cents per line or each inser
Hon, and none taken or lest thanflfty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at thefollowing places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion nest morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts wlthTaKDlS-
THOMAS 3TCCAF1TKEY. 3509 Bntler street
EMIL G. STUCKET, Mth street and Penn are.
E. G. STUCKEY A CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton st
H. STOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
MCALLISTEK & SHEIBLER, 5th av. 4 Atwood it
JACOB SP0HN.3J0. 2 Carson street
CHAS. SCHWARM, 1707 Carson street
A. J. KAERCHEK, 59 Federal street
H. J. MCBKIDE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FREDH. EGGEUS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKSftSON, Ohio and Chestnut its.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY, Western and Irwin aTes.
G. "W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
l'EKKY M. GLEIM. Itebecca and Allegheny ave.
WANTED - KOCKMEN - AT DINSMOUE
tunnel. ApplytoSUFEKINTENDZNT. ou
the work. Jcl3-75
"TXJANTEO A KEGIbTEKED DRUG CLERIC
VV with good reference. Address BORAJw,
Dispatch office. JeH-66
"TTT ANTED - SALESMEN-TO SELL NUK
VV SKRY stock: no experience required: liberal
pav: excellent chance. Write ATWOOD CO.,
Geneva, N. Y. JelS-73
WANTED-ONE FIRST-CLASS BREAD AD
cake baker. Apply between 1 and 3 r. M.
Saturday, Juno 15, at ROBERTS S, STEELE'S. 1027
Liberty st.. Pittsburg. Jel4-65
WANTEU-BOY TO WORK AROUND A
stable: none but those acquainted with the
care of horses need apply. DR. R. JENNINGS,
215 First ave., above Grant St. Jcl4-So
WAN1ED OFFICE BOY MUST BE A
good penman and have some experience In
office work; wages S3 per week. Address, in own
handwriting, (X. & R., Dispatch office. jeH-53
-T7"ANTED-A GOOD TINNER-INQUIRE AT
W F. A. FRISHKORN'S. Ze'.lenopfe, Pa.; or
GUST FRISHKORN'S, 47 Federal street, Alle
gheny, Pa. Good waces to right party. Jel4-75
WANTED TWO GOOD STRAP-SADDLE
makers, three lacers and two 6tltchers for
fine work; none but first-class workmen need ap
ply. GILLIAM M'F'G. CO., Canton, O. JeS-74
-TTTANTED-AN EXPERIENCED SALESMAN
V V for men's furnishing goods, with trade in
Western Pennsylvania and Ohio; communica
tions confidential. Address W. B., Dispatch office.
-TTTANTED-AGENTS TO SELL THE CLEM
TV KNTS safe to business and professional
men. farmers and private families. ForJUustrated
catalogue and terms, address II. CLEMENTS,
Cincinnati, O. Je9-107
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN WHO CAN
speak, read and write English and Ger
man wants a situation as shipping clerk or any
kind of employment in that line. Address A. F.,
Dispatch office. Jel4-66
-TTTANTED BARBERS FOR CITY AND
TV country Jobs; also, some good shops for sale
and big bargains for those intending to start bar
ber shops: agency for the largest barbers' supply
manufacturer In tbe world. ROSS W. BLACK,
80 Diamond street, Pittsburg. JeH-65
WANTED-GENTLEMEN TO ATTEND N.
Y. Cutting School, o. 514 Wood St.:
Urllng's actual measurement system taught In all
its branches; tho only true system fitting any and
all shapes; instructions 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. ; even
ings 7 to 9 p. il ; call or write for circular.
WANTED AGENTS "THE JOHNSTOWN
Horror, or the Valley of Death." Tbe rush
for canvassing hooks has already begun; graphic
descriptions, authentic Information, thrilling
tales orberolsm: agents will have to comcin quick.
P. J. FLEMING & CO., 77 Diamond st, Pitts
burg, Pa. JC13-63
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
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terms. Thousands want it Demand is immense.
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YV STRESS, 1 laundress, chambermaids, din
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V 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 thegentlemen composing the firm and have
pleasure In recommending them as being
thoroughly Tellable in every particular; a good
man is wanted to undertake one of the depart
ments or to take charge of the office; capital re
quired, (15.0CO: no one need apply who is not pos
sessed or good business qualifications and of un
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as confidential. JAS. W. DRAPE & CO.. 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg, JC12-28-D
Boarders and Lodgers.
WANTED-A FEW BOARDERS AT FARM
house. Smiles from city, near station. Ad
dress G. P., Dispatch office. jel4-53
WANTED-AT 5 PER CENT, MORTGAGES
in large or small amounts on improved city
property, ty. A. HEREON & SONS, 80 Fourth
In large and small amounts at 4k, Sand 6
per cent, free of State tax; no delay. REED B.
OYLE& CO., 131 Fourth ave.
WANTED-MOBTGAGES-I30G 10500.000 ON
mortgages, city or country property: AH. 5
and 6 per cent. JAS. W. DRAPE A CO.. 129
Fourth ave., telephone 975.
WANTED-TO LOAN 1500,03a IN AMOUNTS
or fi. 000 and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 4H percent free ortax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent BLACK & BA1RD,
95 Fourth avenue. , ieZl-d26-B
per cent. GEO. JOHNSTON, 6 Fourth
WANTED-MORTGAGES-8500,000 TO LOAN
on bond and mortgage. GEO. JOHNSTON,
62 Fourth ave. Jel4-63
TV in sums to suit, at 4K, 6 and S per cent
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TTTANTED MORTGAGES MONEY TO LOAN
TV In sums to suit at 4X, S and 6 per cent
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
TTJANTEDMORTQAGES ON CITY PBOP
y V EBTY. over t4,00; X ver cent; no tax.
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WANTED-RENTS COLLECTED PROMPT
LY; property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES & BAILEY, 1S4 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
TTT ANTED-MORTGAGES-tl, 000, 000TOLOAN
V V on city and suburban properties at AH, Sand
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cent counties at 6 per cent 1. M. PENNOCK A
SON, 105 Fourth avenue.
WANTED-IO LOAN 1200,000 ON MOBT-GAGF-S?
Sift) nnd Tmwftrri At 6 Tier cent:
1500,000 at 4)4 per cent on residences or business
property; also in adjoining counties. S. H.
ittanwi, jzorourin avenue.
TirANTED-THE ADDRESS OF PARTIES
Y V that have photograph views of the Johns
town flood for sale. O. M. VINCENT, Cuba,
Alle. co., N. Y. Jel4-72
WANTED-LADIES TO KNOW HAUGH ft
Kecnan repair, refinlsh or upholster old
furniture promptly and In the best possibleman
ner. 33 AND 34 WATER ST. 'Phone 1626. my9-S2
ANTED-CU&TOMERS FOR CASH BAR
riAIKX Klcrln. cIlTeHn.! wntchpt K.S7. tH:
cigin gold laaies' watcues, ru, $a, $z; nickel
clocks 75 cts.: 1847 Rogers' knives and forks, SI 75
per set. JOHN MITBCH, Jeweler, 130 Federal st.
TTTANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
VV TOGKAPHEK. 96 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street Allegheny, everybody to
know that he Is making fine cabinets at (I 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: instan
taneous process. mhl3-63
TTTANTED-AN Y PARTY N OT HA V1N G THE
V ready cash, wanting to furnish a house or
room with furniture or carpets or household goods
of any kind, or wants to dress genteel, or wants a
gold watch, address care P. O.TJOX NO. 501, city,
and you can have the means furnished you at a
low rate of interest. Jell-62
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR1SALE-P, 25a 'PAYMENTS EASY, BUYS
a6-room brick dwelling; hall: nat gas; side
alley, etc.: Locust st, near Gist st. ALLES ft
BAlLEY, 161 Fourth ave. 11014-60
FOR SALE-I2.10O, TERMS EASY, WILL BUY
brick dwelling, 4rooms, cellar and nat'. gas:
6ewcrcd: nice yard: side alley; Gist st, near Bluff
st. : big bargain. ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth
FOR SALE -RENTAL 900 PER YEAR; PRICE
6.500, Wylle ave., near Jones st., 4 new
brick dwellings: sewered; lot 40x112 to 20-foot
alley. ALLES & BAILEY, 161 Fourth ave.; tele
phone 167. Jel4-42
FOR BALE-804 WYLIE AVE., BRICK D1VELL
1NG; mansard slate roof, 6 rooms, finished
attic, hall, cellar, gas and water, etc. : lot 18)4x100
ft; price 82, 750 ; termscasy. ALLES ft BAILEY,
164 Fourth ave., lei. 167. el3-S4
POR SALE-I3.S0O INVESTMENT LA W
RENCEV1LLE, between Forty-ninth and
Fiftieth streets, lot 20x100, with 2-story frame
dwelling, 6 rooms and attic on front and 4 rooms
and attic frame dwelling on rear; total rental S3S0
per year: a bargain; must sell at once. SAMUEL
W. BLACK & CO.. 99 Fourth ave. Jel3-1
East End Resldencos.
FOR SALE-LINCOLN AVE. E. E. OPP.
school house, 2 frame houses, 8 rooms each in
side, w. c. bay windows and all modern Improve
ments: rent for S750. SPENCER & GLOSSER,
4.9 Smithfield st Jell-51.
FOR SALE-SOUTH HILAND AVE., E. E..
a rare opportunity: an elegant new brick
house of 8 rooms; all conveniences; well worth
$3, 500: will sell for $7,500 on terms to suit. D. P.
THOMAS ft CO., 403 Grant st. Jel3-83
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
ft. 000: terms easy; lot 43x109 to alley. J. C.
REILLY, 77 Diamond St. Jel2-40
FOB SALE $3,950 E. E., MCCLINTOCK
place. Elyslan ave., corner property, elegant
new two-story frame dwelling, Brooms, hall, both
gases, hot aud cold water, bath, slate mantels,
etc.; lot 50x109 feet; 5 minutes from Filth ave.
cable or P. R. R. station; easy terms: a bargain.
SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO., W 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 npon Oakland square, which
is one of tho 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 Is in Councils) to
go within 100 feet of the square: price of houses,
standing on lots 30x100. (6,500; terms, moderate,
cash payment, remainder upon longtime; most
beautiful district or the city and convenient to all
parts. Apply to SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO.. 99
Fourth avenue. myl2-71
TTIOR SALE-SECOND AVE.. GLENWOOD, AN
Jj elegant 3-story frame dwelling, nearly new, 12
rooms. 6tore room and large meeting hall; price
SI. GOO, less than cost of building: lot 24X120. J. O.
REILLY. 77 Diamond st Jel2-40
FOB SALE-OOO-NO. 236 'WASHINGTON
ave., Allegheny; lot 24x129; frame house six
rooms and store; good value. A. LEGGATE ft
SON. 31 Federal St., Allegheny. Jel4-71
FOB SALE A GOOD DWELLING ON BOYLE
street, Allegheny, containing 8 rooms, with
all conveniences: &table in rear; price only 85, 500.
C. BEB1NGER ft SON. 103Fourth ave. jel2-lS-wr
FOB SALE VERY CHEAP-IF SOLD AT
once, a frame dwelling of 6 rooms and finished
attic on California avenue, Allegheny; price only
fi 500. C. BERINGEB ft SON, 103 Fourth avenue.
FOB SALEAT 1NGRAM-HOUSE OP 6
rooms; lot 50x150; 4 minutes' walk from sta
tion. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave ,
O R SALE SEVERAL BARGAINS IN
dwellings at Glenfleld. P.. Ft. W. ft C. Ry..
viz: AhouseofSrooms,porches, etc.. lot 90 feet
front S3.000: an almost new house of 10 rooms,
with lot 134 feet front, '5,000: house of 6 rooms,
bay windows, porches, etc., with lot 50 feet front
(2,800; a house of 6 rooms, with 75 foot lot S2,M)0;
also a number of others at different prices. C.
BERINGEB ft BON, 103 Fourth ave. JelMS-wi'
FOR SALE SUBURBAN HOUSE AND
gronnds, near the city and railroad station;
8 rooms In house, sewing room, hall, dry cellar,
natural gas, and all In nice order: fine lot 125x200
feel; fruit and shade trees and shrubbery, good
water, beautiful location; a cool, shady spot In
themidst of pleasing surroundings; prlco-low;
terms to snlt: Immediate possession; "would take a
small city property In part payment. Keys at office
of JAS. W. DltAPE & CO., 129 Fourth avenue,
P., Ft. W.AC.R.B., embracing between 4 and 5
acres of land on which Is dwelling of 11 rooms, ice
house, wash room, large stable, carriage house
and several out buildings: land is covered with
bearing fruit trees and large shaae trees; dwelling
and stable are supplied with delicious spring
water, and heated and illuminated with gas at
reasonable expense; premises are connected with
R. R. by board walk, and are unsurpassed in
beauty and hcalthfulness of location: will be sold
quite low. J.M. STONEB, 22 Bakewell Building.
FOR SALE tOTS.
FOE SALE-LOTS-FRONTING ON TWO
streets In second ward. Allegheny, 20x101 ft.,
050: easy terms. W. W. MCNEILL ft BRO., 105
Fourth ave. )el2-28
FOR SALE-LOTS ON MAPLE AND LINDEN
avenues and Lombard street Allegheny, In
the Tenth and Twelfth wards: on easy terms. Ap
ply to JOSEPH MCN AUUHEB, 43 N. Diamond st.
FOR SALE LOTS-BLAIB ESTATE, GLEN
WOOD, at Auction, and Hazelwood, Twenty
third ward, city, Monday, June 17. and every
Monday thereafter on arrival at Glenwood of
trains leaving city at 3:20 and 3:35 r. M.: only 15
minutes ride from new Baltimore and Ohio depot:
40 trains stop dally; monthly tickets cents per
trip; lots 24x13) feet on Second Avenue and good
side streets; water, gas, and all city advantages;
oniy three to five minutes' walk from station:
easy terms; ten per cent. cash, balance on
monthly payments If desired. SAMUEL W.
BLACK A CO, 09 Fourth Avenue. JeIi-63-P
FOE SALE-FABM OP 48 ACBES, "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
W1TT1SH, 410 Grant st. Pittsburg, Pat Jel3-D
EOR SALE-A VERY NICE SMALL FARM OF
25;acres, only 150 yards from Penn. R. It., in
Westmoreland county; good frame house ot 6
rooms, hall, porch, etc.; barn and other buildings:
price only 11,500; very cheap. C. BERINGEB ft
SON, 103 Fourth ave. Jel2-18-TVT
FOB SALE-A GREAT BARGAIN IN A FABM
In Fayette county, consisting or 350 acres;
nicely rolling land, plenty of good spring water;
well adapted for farming and stock raising; three
dwellings, barn and small water power sawmill;
nnderlald with coal: will sell at f 10 per acre, as
owner nves in anotner Btaie. v. ji,miiur.tt a:
bON, 103 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-SIXTY ACRES, FIVE-ROOM
house and tenement house; rents for K00 a
J car; 4-foot vein coal, ells at 5c a bushel at bank;
miles from Beaver Falls; sell on easy payments,
or will take cheap house In part pay: price S3, 500;
also 80 acres, 4-room house, barn, fruit: 6 miles
from Beaver Falls: price (2,500; easy payment.
If. F. HURST, Real Estate Agent Rochester,
Pa. Send for farm and exchange list.
FOR SALE-LOTS ON AVYLIE AVE., THIR
TEENTH ward, Pittsburg. GEO. JOHN
bTON, Agt 62 Fourth ave. le!4-68
TTIOR SALE-LAWBENCEV1LLK BUILDING
JU lots. (850, on Hatfield, near Forty-seventh st
W. A. HEBRON ft SONS. 80 Fourth ave.
lOlt BALE ONE Son A kK Ol? LOTS FRONT-
J: INGon Webster, Bedford, Cbauncy and Duff
sts.. Thirteenth ward. GEO. JOHNblON. Agt,
62 Fourth ave. Je)4-68
FOR SALE-ONIi SQUARE OF LOTS FRONT
ING on Wylle, Webster, Chauncv and Duff
sts.. Thirteenth ward. GEO. JOHNSTON. Agt,
62 Fourth ave. Jel4-68
FOR SALE 50 BUILDING LOTS ON MOUNT
Washington. 8 minutes' walk from the incline
Blane and cloe to firEt station on Castle Shannon
allroad; Washington avenue, Uoggs avenue.
Chess avenue; all large lots and will be sold away
down, cheaper than any property on the hill, to
settle up with heirs: auction sale on Saturday af
ternoon of this week, at 3 o'clock, onthe premises.
Plans, etc.. from JAS. Y. DRAPE ft CO., Agents
and Auctioneers, 129 Fourth avenue, Pittsburg.
East End Lots.
FOB SALE-ON BOGUKT ST., OAKLAND,
near cable line, cheap but desirable building
lots of a good size. W. A. HEBRON ft SONS. 80
Fourth ave. J 62-02-4,8, 14, 18, 22, 26
FOB SALE CHOICE LOT ON ELYSIAN AVE.,
handy to tilth ave., East End, andan ele
gant location forborne: will sell for(85u, it taken
soon.. MELLON BROS., 6349 Station st, E. E.
FOR SALE AT. BEN VENUE, LARGE
building slte,.123ft. on Mlllvale ave., 250 ft
along P. R. R.; good location for store: price,
83,000. MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Station st,
E. E. 1el4-70-D
FOR SALE-COME QUICK AND SECURE ONE
of those! fine lots on Homcwood ave.. Home
wood: they are going fast as tbev are very desir
able and cheap at (950 each. MELLON BROTH
ERS, 6349 station St., E. E. Jel4-70-D
POR SALE-SHADYSIDE LOTS. ATLANTIC
ave., near Liberty, beautiful level lots, good
location, convenient to station and cable cars:
reasonable prices and terms to suit. Call or send
to office for plan. BLACK ft RA1RD. 95 Fourth
FOB SALE BBUSHTON STATION, THE
finest building lots In the market to-da? for
the money; Improved walks, with 60-foot streets;
all buildings set back 16 feet from street line; call
or send for colored plan. JOHN F. BAXTER,
Agent 512 Smithfield st Je9-59-Tur
FOR SALE-ONLY (2,000 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 BAIKD, 95 Fourth ave.
Je7-8-7,8, 11,12, 13,11
FOB SALE-LARGE EAST END BUILDING
sites; this magnificent residence $lace is situ
ated on Linden ave:, near Penn ave. : the eleva
tion Is one of the finest in the city, commanding
an excellent view of the beautiful Liberty Valley,
convenient to P. R. R. and cable lines: theprices
being only (25 and (30 per foot front make it very
desirable properly In price as well as location.
Call at office for plan. BLACK A BAIRD. 95
Fourth ave. je7-6-7,8,iai2.14,17,19,21,24,26,28
FOR SALE-FINE SPECULATION ON LINE
of P. R. R.,Swissvale station; 40 acres of land
especially adapted for subdivision into choice
building lots; natural gas and city water pipes run
through the property; 61 trains stop here dallyi
monthly tickets 9c per trip; tbe demand for houses
at this place Is largely In excess of the supply,
both for sale and Tent; If not sold In a few days
will be divided Into lots.
SAMUEL W. BLACK
ft CO., 99 Fourth avenue.
TTIOR BALE AT INGRAM, 1, 2,3,45,6, 7, 8,9
JL' anu lv-acre low. ujlu. ovnnoivn, Agent,
62 Fourth ave.
TTIOR SALE AT
JL building lots.
GEO. JOHNSTON. Aet.. 62
Fourth ave., Pittsburg. Jel4-68
FOR 8ALE-AT INGBAM-A FEW MOBEOF
our one-acre lots; price (700 each. GEO.
JOHNSTON, Agt.,-62 Fourth ave. Jel4-68
FOB SALE AT IN GRAM-39 LOTS, 100323) FT..
11 minutes from new postoffice. GEO.
JOHNSTON, Agt, 62 Fourth ave. Jeli-63
FOB SALE AT 1NGBAM, NEAR NEW
schoolhouse, several building lots, 50x150 ft;
easy terms. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agt, 62 Fourth
FOB SALE AT INGRAM, 23 BEAUTIFUL
woodland lots, ten minutes from station and
seven minutes from new U. P. Church. GEO.
JOHNSION, Agent, 62 Fourth ave. Iel4-6S
FOR SALE-AT INGBAM-EIGHT ACRES OF
old Fleccedale place; this is one of the most
beautiful spots in the Chartlers Valley: clear,
cool, sparkling water, pure air, splendid view of
the surrounding valley; forest shade and fruit
trees in abundance: 20 minutes from railroad sta
tion; will sell In part or as a whole, on easy terms.
GEO. JOHNSTON, Agent, 62 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE (99)-BATURDAY, JUNE 15. AT
auction, lots 25x120: situation unsurpassed
for health, beauty ot scenery and convenience
to schools, churches and the center of the city,
only 12 minutes from Smithfield stk fronting on
CO It. Btreetsand extending to 20 ft alleys: trains
leave tbe Cattle Shannon Incline 1:30 p.m.; this
is your chanee 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 aproperty owner; buy a lot Tor
your children; price too and upward: makeyour
selection at once before all tbe good lots are gone;
18 sold: auction sale Saturday, June 15. upon ar
rival of train, leaving Castle Shannon Incline 1:30
r. M. Private sale dally at SAMUEL W. BLACK
ft CO.'S, 99 Fourth ave. Jel3-1
TJIOB SALESEVEBAL HANDSOME DWELL
J? 1NGS In Pittsburg and Allegheny. GEO.
JOHNSTON, Agt 63 Fourth ave. Jel4-63
FOB SALE-ATLANTIC C1TY.N. J.-HOTELS,
boarding houses, cottages, lots and bath
houses to let or for sale by I. G. ADAMS ft CO.,
real estate agents, It Est. ft Law Bdg., Atlantic
Cltv. N. J. my20-24-D
FOR SALE-BUSINESS. '
FOE SALE-10O-RIGHT OPPOSITE COURT
House, a very neat cigar, confectionery and
Ice cream parlor, doing a nice business. J. C.
REILLY. 77 Diamond st. jel2-41
FOR SALE-A F1BSTCLASS LAUNDRY AND
steam dyeing establishment located In Alle
gheny and doing a good business. C. BERINGEB
ft BON, 103 Fourth ave. j el4-43
FOR SALK-LfcASE, GOOD WILL AND FUR
NISHMENToran established livery and un
dertaking business: centrally located and doing a
good business; reasons for selling to settle up an
estate. For particulars apply to JNO. F. MYERS.
No. 10 Federal st, or nfril. NEIDER, 75 and 77
FOR SALE GROCERY, DRY GOODS, SMALL
wall paper and stationery stores, upholstery
business. (500: cigar stores, confectionery. Ice
cream and dining rooms, drug stores, printing
offices, shoe stores; 100 business chances: call and
get particulars. SHEPARD ft CO., 54 Fifth ayg,
T7J0B SALE-SEVERAL VEBY FINE BUSI
Jt! NESS properties. GEO. JOHNSTON, Agt.
62 Fourth ave. Jel4-68
FOB SALE-OB EXCHANGE-HOTEL PABK,
West Bridge water; brick building, 30 rooms;
only licensed house; location, town connects
Rochester, Beaver. H. P. DUiWORTH, Penn
building, Pittsburg. jell-25
TTIOR SALE-BUSINESS PBOPEBTY-8 PEB
L' cent net investment; (2,000; first payment
(3,000: balance on long time; will sell for K0.0O0
within five years.
W. W. MCNEILL ft BRO., 105
jj ourtn avenue.
FOB SALE-STOBK AND DWELLING IN
heart of business portion of East End, No.
114 Frankstown ave., a few doors from Station St.
and P. R. R. depot: price (5,570; easy terms.
MELLON BROTHERS. 6349 Station st, E. E.
FOR SALE-THAT LARGE, COMMODIOUS
building No. 1108 Pike st, Pittsburg, adjoin
ing the Allegheny Valley Railroad offices, con
taining 21 rooms, suitable for large boarding
house or for buslpess offices; is offered at a low
figure and on easy terms to close an account:
immediate possession. pply to SAMUEL
DY ER, Real Estate Agent 43 Park way, Alle
FOR SALE BY GIBSON INVESTMENT CO.,
Minneapolis, Minn., 7-and 8 per cent first
mortgages on good improved property; no mort
gage exceeds 33 per rent of the actual securltv;
call or send for namnhlet GRAEBLNG ft I.YHN.
135 Fourth ave.. Pittsburg. Pa. P.A.GIBSON,
ITttstsirti MonifTOT Writ l&flAA M
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Ilorses. Vehicles. Live Stock, etc
OR SALE FINE FEAZIEE ROAD CARTS.
u. ivuDi a, ji,, uJiiuquesno way. jeu-43
EOBSALE-GOODFAMILY COW AND CALF:
cheap. Apnlyat 348 S. HILAND, East End.
TTIOB SALE-BEG1STERED HOLSTEIN FRIE
r SAN bull. 2 years old. Can be seen at NO. 24
BEAVER AVE.. Allegheny. JC14-61
FOR SALE CHEAP-A COUPE WITH POLE
and shafts, all In good order. Can be ,een at
JACOB HUGH'S Carriage Manufactory. No. 308
1 lfth Avenne. , jcl2-62
FOR SALE-HORSES JUST ARR1VED.-DO
yon want a horse? If so, yon will save money
ny going to exposition tract; coach, buggy, sad
dle, budness and draught horses arriving dally.
Machinery ana Metals.
FIB 8ALE-SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND
boilers; all sizes and styles kept In stock, from
4 to 100 h. p.; all refitted: good as new, at lowest
prices: mounted portable engines, 8 to 25 h. p.
23-25Parkway. J.b. YODNGAlregheny, Pa.
FOB SALE-28x43 COBL1SS ENGINE: ONLY
run a year: can be seen in operation; price
on application; also a new Strange Co. stave ma
chine, all complete: capacity 10,000 In 10 hours;
will sell at low figure. J. A. MCCORMICK. 150
First ave. aul-p32-aw7
FOB SALE-CONTHACTORS' MACHINERY:
one7Kxl2-lnch double engine, double drum;
others large and small, with single .or double
incuouanum; wire ana manna rope centruugai
pumps, etc.; two 26x4S-lnch horizontal engines
with flTWheelj. THOMAS CARLIN 'S SONS. cor.
LacoclkandBanduslcyits., Allegheny. Jal7-HWT
TO LET-HOUSE OP ELEVEN BOOMS. N0.177
Third ave.: all conveniences. GEO. JOHN
BTON, Agent 62 Fourth ave. jel4.68
TO LET-HOUSE OF TEN ROOMS, 97 CEN
TER ave.; all modern improvements: low
rent GEO. JOHNSTON. Agent, 62 Fourth ave.
TO LET-HOUSE OF ELEVEN ROOMS, 955
Penn ave., between Ninth and Tenth sts.;
all modern Improvements, GEO. JOHNSTON,
Agent 62 Fourth ave. Jel4-63
East End Residences.
TO LET-FOB A LLM1TED TIME A NEW
10-roomed Queen Anne house; all conven
iences; handy to cable and East Liberty stations:
will rent low to careful tenant. MELLON ft
BROS., 6349 Station St.. E. E...clty. el4-70-D
TO LET -HOUSE OP TEN ROOMS, HO. 19
Monterey St., Allegheny (near North ave.);
this beautiful dwelling is fitted ud with all modern
conveniences and perfect finish throughout
GEO. JOHNSTON, Agt., 62 Fourth ave. Jel4-a
TO LET-AT INGEAM-HOUSE OF SEVEN
rooms with ten acres of ground, fruit trees
in abundance. frEO. JOHNBTON.Agt, 62 Fourth
ave.. Pittsburg. Jel4-63
TO LET-SOME FINE UNFURNISHED
rooms suitable for housekeeping; three store
rooms; good stands: low rent. Jfor particulars
Inquire 44 FOUBrH STREET. jel4-74-FSu
TO LET A FURNISHED ROOM. SUITABLE
for two young men or married couple, with
board. If desired: 209 Meyran ave., Oakland, two
minutes' walk from cable cars. Address 3. A.,
Dispatch office. lel-M
Offices. Desk Room, tfcc
IO LET-PHYSICIAN'S OFFICES, TSACTT-
ISLUK'S quarters and dwelling, at 71 SIXTH.
TO LET-OFFICE ROOMS ON THE SECOND
and third floors of Mellons building, oppo
site City Hall: good light newlv painted and
papered. T. MELLON ft SONS' BANK. 512
Smithfield street. Je9-63-Mwr
PERSONA L-BOOKS WANTEO-1F YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth (LODft let us know: we will buy one as
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK STORE,
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. my3-28
PERSONAL WHY TROUBLE TOUB WIPE,
JT mother or daughters In repairing and clean
ing your old clothes when It can be done for a
trifle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood st, second floor? Charges moderate:
facilities unsurpassed: suits made to order; spring
styles now ready, telephone 1553. mhs
KEWABD-(100-A BOX ABOUT 3 OB 4 FEET
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
Concmaugh; this box contains papers valuable
only to the Consul General, and a reward of one
hundred dollars will be paid for Its recovery and
delivery at the Mayor's office, Altoona, Pa.
EDMD. H. TUBNEB. Mayor. LIANG TING
THAU. Consul General. Je9-125
LOST-NEAB GBANT ST. AND SEVENTH
ave black leather pocketbook containing
rings and money. Return to BU1ER ft EASTON.
507 Market St. Jel4-69
Office op National TRAKsrrCoiiPAirr, J
OIL CUT, Pa, Juno 7, 1889. J
-VTOTICE THE PATRONS OF THE NA
JLN TIONAL Transit Company are hereby no
tlfled that all credit balances npon tbe hooks of
the National Transit Company at the begin
ning of business June 5, 1S89, and all outstand
ing acceptances and certificates prior to that
date, aro subject to an assessment of two
tenths (2-10) of one per cent, or two (2) barrels
on atbousand inpipeage-paid oil, on account of
loss by flood June 4, 1889, from nineteen (19)
tanks .located in Olean and Allegheny town
ships, Cattaraugus county. New York.
jeS-93-D D. O'DAY, General Manager.
AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION
proposed to the citizens of this Common
wealth by the General Assembly of the Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania, for their approval
or rejection ataspecial election to be held June
18, 1889. Published by order of the Secretary of
the Commonwealth, in pursuance of Article
XVLU of the Constitution.
Joint resolntion proposing an amendment to
the Constitution of this Commonwealth.
Section 1. Be it resolved by the Senate and
House .of Representatives of the Common
wealth of Pennsylvania in. General Assembly
met. That the following amendment is pro
posed to the Constitution of the Common
wealth of Pennsylvania, in accordance with
the Eighteenth Article thereof:
There shall he an additional article to said
Constitution to be designated as Article XIX,
The manufacture, sale, or keepingforsale of
intoxicating liquor, to be used as a beverage,
is hereby prohibited, and any violation of this
prohibition shall be a misdemeanor, punish
able as shall he provided by law.
The manufacture, sale, or keeping for sale, of
intoxicating liquor for other purposes than as
a beverage may be allowed in such manner
only as may be prescribed by law. Tbe Gen
eral Assembly shall, a: the first session suc
ceeding the adoption of this article of the Con
stitution, enact laws with adequate penalties
for its enforcement
A true copy of the Joint Resolution.
CHARLES W. STONE,
mhl5-100-F Secretary of the Commonwealth.
AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION
proposed to the citizens of this Common
wealth by the General Assembly of the Com
Tiinnwpalth nf Pennsylvania, for their annroval
or rejection at a special election to be held.
uune 10, loop, ruujisueu uy uiuci ui uiv ocvic
tary of the Commonwealth, in pursuance of
Article XVIII of the Constitution.
Joint resolution proposing an amendment to
the Constitution of the Commonwealth.
Section L Be it resolved by the Senate and
Bouse oJtepresentatives of the Commonwealth
0 JPennsylvanta in General Assembly met
That tbe following Is proposed as an amend
ment to tbe Constitution of the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania in accordance with the pro
visions of the eighteenth article thereof:
Strike out from section one, of article eight,
the four qualifications for voters which reads
"If twenty-two years of age or upwards, he
shall have paid, within two years, a state or
county tax, which shall have been assessed at
least two months, and paid at least one month
before the election," so that the section which
reads as follows:
"Every male citizen, twenty-one years of age.
possessing the following qualifications, shall be
entitled to vote at all elections:
First He shall have been a citizen of the
United States at least one month.
Second. He shall hve resided in the State
one year (or if, having previously been a quali
fied elector or native born citizen of the State,
he shall have removed therefrom and returned,
then six months) Immediately preceding the
Third. He shall have resided in the election
district where he shall offer to vote at leasttwo
months immediately preceding the election.
Fourth. If twenty-two years of age or up
wards, he shall have paid, within two years, a
state or county tax, which shall have been as
sessed at least two months and paid at least
one month before the election," shall be
amended, so as to read as follows:
AJ-v4J lliaig tSW'vU incUlrJ'IUO jCMJ U ,, C
possessing the following qualifications, shall
be entitled to vote at the polling place of tbe
electiou district of which be shall at the time
bo a resident and not elsewhere:
First, He shall have been a citizen of the
Tjnitea States at least thirty days.
Second. He shall have resided in the State
one year (or if, having previously been a quali
fied elector or native born citizen of the State,
he shall have removed therefrom and returned,
then six months) immediately preceding the
Third. He shall have resided In the election
district where he shall offer to vote at least
thirty days immediately preceding the elec
tion. The legislature, at the session thereof
next after the adoption of this section, shall,
and from time to time thereafter may, enact
laws to properly enforce this provision.
Fonrtb. Every male citizen of the age of
twenty-one years, who shall have been a citi
zen for thirty days and an inhabitant of this
State one year nextjpreceding an election, ex
cept at municipal elections, and for the last
thirty days a resident of the election district In
which he may offer his vote, shall be entitled to
vote at such election in the election district of
which he shall at tbe time be a resident and not
elsewhere for all officers that now are or Here
after may be elected by the people: Provided,
That in time of war no elector in the actual
military service of the State or of the United
States, in the army or navy thereof, shall be
deprived of his vote bv reason of his absence
from such election district, and tbe legislature
shall have power to provide the manner in
which and the time and place at which such
absent electors may vote, and for tbe return
and canvas of their votes in the election dis
trict in which they respectively reside.
Fifth. For the purpose of voting, no person
shall be deemed to have gained or lost a resi
dence by reason of his presence or absence'
while employed in the service of the Unitsd
States or the State, nor while engaged in the
navigation of the waters of the State or of tbe
high seas, nor while a student of any college or
seminary of learning, nor while kept at any
almshouse Or public institution, except tbe In
mates of any home for disabled and indigent
soldiers and sailors, who, for the purpose of
voting, shall be deemed to reside in the election
district where said home is located. Laws
shall be made for ascertaining, by proper
proofs the citizens who shall be entitled to the
right of suffrage hereby established."
si. true copy ox me joint resolution.
CHARLES W. STONE.
mhlti.y Secretary of the Commonwealth
ADJOURNED-EXECUTOR'S SALE OB
stocks The undersigned executors of
Michael McCullough. Jr., will expose at public?
sale at the office of A. J.Pentecost 413 GranS
st, Pittsburg, on FRIDAY, June 14, at 2 r. it,
20 shares Consolidated Gas Co.. of Pittsburg.
Terms cash. C. C. ARENSBERG,
JOHN H. KERR,
A. J. PENTECOST. Auctioneer. ael2-30-wT
5 TERY ATTRACTIVE AUCTION SALE
' of fine household goods and carpets at
o. 311 MARKET ST., FRIDAY MORNING,
June II, at 10 o'clock. Handsome English rag,
parlor suit of 5 pieces, mantel cabinet In ma
hogany, pier mirror, marble clock, lace cur
tains, door lambreqnins, fine bookcase, orna
ments, rugs, pictures and bronzes; fine walnut
and oak chamber suits, chiffoniers, wardrobes,
dressers, washstands, bedsteads, folding beU
couch bed lounge, hair and husk mattresses,
springs, bedding, china closet, extension table!
very fine sideboard, leather, cane and patent
seat chairs and rockers, hall rack, moquets,
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., LLVL, Auctioneers.
TT ARRIS THEATER
Every afternoon and night;
Commencing Monday. June 10,
N. a WOOD.
ICNIC GROVE FREE!
Only six miles from the city, situated on the)
bluff 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 tbe grovo will be given free to
Sunday schools, societies, lodges. G.A.E. 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. CLANEY on
the gronnds. mvll-15-D
STATE OF CHARLES L. CALDWELL,
deceased. Notice is hereby given that let
ters of administration on the estate of Chariest
L. Caldwell, deceased, have been granted to tho
undersigned, to whom all persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make immediate
payment, and those having claims or demands
against the same will make them known with
out delay. GEORGE P. HAMILTON,
Administrator, 149 Fourth ave., Pittsburg.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE NOTICE IS
hereby given that letters testamentary on
the estate of Ann Sutton, deceased, late of city
of Pittsburg, county of Allegheny, and State of
Pennsylvania, have been granted to the under
signed, to whom all persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims or demands
against the same will make them known with
out delay to MISS THEODESIA BLOOR, Ex
ecutrlx, Winebiddle avenae.near Penn avenue,
or her attorney, JOHN H. KERR, S3 Diamond
J. M. CALDWELL, J. P. SPLANE.
Att'ys at law, 83DIamond street Pittsburg, Pa,
FTHE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS NO.
1, of Allegheny county. Pa., at No. 520 Juno
term, 1E89, between Jane Moore Ramsey and.
W. J. Moyer and wife et aL. a bill in equity for
partition of three houses and lots and an in
terest In a leasehold in Allegheny City, and Svo
acres of land in Reserve township, Allegheny'
county. The Court has made tbe following;
order, to wit: And now. May 23, 18S9, upon affi
davit presented in open court that W. J. Moyer
and Mary his wife and Oscar Wm. Ramsey, de
fendants, are non-residents ot Pennsylvania
and cannot be served with process by reason of
their residence not being known, it is 'ordered
that publication be made once a week for six
successive weeks in the Pittsburg Daily Dis
patch, notifying said defendants of the nature
and object of tbe bill, and that unless they causa
an appearance to be entered for themselves in
said case on or before the 20th day of July,
18SU, the bill will be taken against them pro
confesso and a decree made the same as it they
had been personally served. my24-62-F
NEW YORK MILITARY ACADEMY,
Cornwall-on-Hudson. Courses of study in
civil engineering, English and classics. Labor
atory, drawing room and field work. Beautiful
Duildlngs, gronnds. location. COL. C. J.
WRIGHT, B. S., A. M Snpt; BELDKN F.
HYATT, Comd't of Cadets. je!4-D
KEBLE SCHOOL. SYRACUSE, N. Y.
Boarding School for Girls. Under tbe su
pervision of the Rt Rev. F. D. Huntington, S.
T. D. The nineteenth school year begins
Wednesday, September 11, 1889.
References Rt Rev. H.C. Potter, IDY,
Rev. Wm. R. Huntington, D. D., Gracd
ChurchN. Y. City.
Pres. E. N. Potter, D. D.. Geneva, N. Y.
Hon. Andrew D. White. Ithaca. N. Y.
Apply to MISS MARY J. JACKSON,
Pittsbtjbg. Pa. June 12, 1889.
VTOTI0EI3 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
S 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 nnless an appeal 13 filed in
tbe Court of Common Pleas within ten (10)
days from date. Ei M. BIGELOW,
je!2-56 Chief of Dept of Pnbllc Worn.
Pittsburg. Pa, Jnne 12, 1889.
NOTICEIS HEREBY.GIVEN THAT THE
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 avenne.
and Grazier street, from a point 289 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.
je!2-56 Chief of Dept of Public Works,
Department of PtrBLic Safety, 1
Pittsburg. June 5, 1889. J
CJEPARATE AND SEALED PROPOSALS
to will be received at the office of the City
Controller until Tuesday, June 13, 1889. at 2 p.
K., for furnishing and delivering two turn
table aerial ladder trucks to the city of Pitta
bnrg. Plans and specifications can be seen at the
office of tbe Bureau of Fire; bonds in double
the amount of bids must accompany each pro-
osal, said bonds to do proDatea neiore me
layor or uity uieric
The Department of Awards reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
J. O. BROWN.
Chief of the Department of Public Safety.
BUSINESS TAX AND WATER RENTS;
1889. Notice is hereby given that tbe du
plicates for the business tax and water rents for
the year 1889 have been placed in my hands lor
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 June. No discounts allowed.
Water rents and business tax remaining un
paid after June SO. 18S9. will be placed in tbe
bands of the Collector nf Delinquent Taxes for
collection, with S per cent added.
AH applicants for statements of water
rents must give name of tbe owner of the prop
erty they occupy or desire to pav water rent
for. J. F. DENNISTON,
j5-95-D Citv Treasurer.
S6.G00 each, moderate cash payment, balance
SSOO per annum, elegant new two-story and
mansard brick dwellings, S 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 asphaltnm;on each side of and
facing tho park are the above described dwell
ings; most desirable honses yet offered; en
hancement ot values sure. SAMUEL W.
BLACKi CO, 99 Fourth ave. myU-39-D
THE JOHNSTOWN FLOOD.
A terrible contagion of diseases, such U
Scarlet Fever. Diphtheria, Smallpox. Cholera,
and probably Yellow Fever, will be the result
if we do not uso a preventative. The above can
only be prevented by using DR. BURGOON'S
System Renovator and I do assure any one that
uses the renovator thev are using the medical
properties of dandelion. Mayapple, buchu,
quassia, cinchona, cascara sagrada, gentian,
sassafras, boneset, kidney wart. stilllDgia. Peru
vian bark, rhubarb and burdock. It acts
thoroughly on the digestive organs, the liver
and tbe kidneys. Under its operation tbe lost
appetite returns, the bowels become open and
regular, it invigorates tbe stomach, it makes
the weak strong, it builds up the nerves and
cleanses the blood of every Impurity. Whilo
and after using it no disease will Infect tbo
system. I will guarantee the health of all who
useir. For sale at all drne stores or by
jel3-5 No. 47 Ohio street Allegheny, Pa.
TAUNCAN G WHITE,
71 Diamond street.
Second door above Smithfield,