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PITTSBUEG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, 3TJNE "16, 1889.
ONE ORDER'S LOSSES.
Kemarkably Complete Detailed
Statement for Odd Fellows,
GIVING 653 JOHNSTOWN FAMILIES.
How 90,000 Members of the Order In This
State Will Feel It.
THE IITS LOST FOOT UP TERY EW
The followinj statistics of the loss of
members of the Independent Order of Odd
Fello v. i i the late Johnstown disaster haTe
been collected by John E. McCrickart, of
Pittsburg Lodge, No. 336, L O. O. I". Out
of the total of 653 members in the lodges at
Johnstown, all have been accounted for ex
cept 18, and, while it is probable that a few
moremaybeadded to the death, rolljitislikel
that it will not exceed more than one or two.as
some of the members unaccounted for have
been out of town and others reside in the
district that was not flooded. The list should
be full of interest to the many local mem
bers who help to make up the 90,000 Odd
Fellows in the State:
ALMA. LODGE. HO. 523 DIED.
Edwards, Eoeer Leaves 1 married. S single chil
dren. .Kate and Edward, now at Ebensburg.
Thomas, Edward, also wife and 5 children
(Mary Lenora saved) now on Bedford pike.
McMeans William Leaves wife and 1 child at
Armagh, Indiana county
Davis, Thomas S.. wife and 4 children Leaves 3
single and 2 married children; also house and
Williams, William J. Leaves wife and 3 chil
dren: lost house and roods.
Jones, James Leaves -wife (pone to Alliance,
O.l. aIra linne and household roods.
Howe, Thomas-Leaves 1 girl and S boys; also
wile and 1 daughter.
Kraut Tn K. Wife and 4 children.
Morgan, Job Leaves wife and 8 single and 2
married children: also lost nouse ana uouseuuiu
Kobinson. Thomas Unmarried.
Wllhaner, Mrs. Ed.-(Widow) and son: also lost
household goods. (Mr Ed Wlinaner was ouneu
by .No. 523 about one year ago.)
LIST OF TAMILIES OF MEMBERS LOST Or SO. 523
Pirnn. Tt Aubrey Lost wife: has two children
(at drugstore, MorrellvlUe); also lost household
Smith, J. L. Lost wife, several children and
I,..- lrlr..l.n;t-wlreand household goods.
Cadagan, William Lost wife, daughter and
Werrv. John Lost one son and house and
household roods. ,
Harris, 1111am T. Lost wife and children,
Owens. .Moses Lost wire and six chlldren.house
and household (roods ,
Phillips Kobert Lost wife and 3 children, 3
nouses ana nousenoiu goous.
Jenkins. David-Lost 1 child, house and housc-
Lard, James Er. Lost 1 boy and household
Jones, Lewis K. LostwlTe, houseandhou6ehold
Drew, Henry Lost 1 child and household
Jones, John D. Lost wife and 6 children, also
Evans. JosUh F. Lost wife and 4 children, 6
honses and household goods.
Harris, John T.- Lost wife and 5 children, house
ana nousenoia gooas.
Harris. Thomas T. Lost 5 children and house
Hamilton, H. H., badly disabled; lost all bonse-
LIST OF MEMBERS THATLOSTPBOPEETTOKLT.
Thefol'owlng named members lost houses and
household goods: Lewis, William; Fockler,
Jacob M.. also millinery store: Parsons, Kobert;
Reese, Mrs. Lewis (widow): Bergman, John G.;
Davis. Richard D.: Day, Reuben A.; Stroup,
Daniel: Moore, James: Lucas, David 1C; Davis,
James R.: Jones, EvanB W.: Reese, Morgan,
15 houses and household goods (has a
few left); Horrell, Irwin; Morgan, Thomas;
Keese, John K. ; Kowlev. JohnT.; Lewis, John E..
Marks, Joseph; Lewis, William J. : Davis, Will
iam J.; lteed. George W-; Griffith, John F.: Har
ris, John W.: Edwards, Thomas J.; Thomas,
Daniel J.: Jenkins. John T.; Davis, David M.;
Jones. Richard W.: Jones; D. W.; Edwards, Da
vid R.:SwanK. George T. Lavely, David: Brown,
Morganza A.; Young. William: Williams,
Hugh, honse, household goods and about (500;
Caddy. T. H.: Reese, Wlnfleld; Bender, Thomas;
LOST HOUSEHOLD GOODS OXLT.
DavlsThomasP.;Patriken, Albert, also store:
Decker, John L..: Andrews, Joseph; Jones. John
O.rMaybury. Ed.; Horner, Curtis E.: smith, J.
A., (M. E.); Rowland, Isaac U.1 -household gpods
kept hotel now, at Prospect: Morgan, 'lhomas'.E..
Watklns, Thomas, (also machine shop); Klpp,
Charles, (also about (250:) Carpenter, A. L.;
Jones, Thomas J.; Davis, David J., (cloth
ing); Zacuariah. Klchard; Hopkins, Mor
gan, (clothing): Austin, Frad.; Keese,
John G.: Bone. Kobert: James, John br.:
Hornberger, L. B.: Barnett, William: Horner,
bamuel w., also clothing; bpcicher. -.Abraham;
bmlth, John A.; Lewis. John J.: Colllver, W. T..
D. D. G. M.t household goods and large library;
Marcel, Joseph, store: Needy, Thomas 1.; Keese,
W. P. (clothing), urown, bamuel J., clothing and
about 8200 cash: Davis Klchard. clothing: Mc
Glaughlln. V. F., also about SIM cash; Jones,
John!; Kodgers, William: Grasset, John; Parker.
J. K., clothing, Anthony Frank, clothing;
Ensminger. v H., clothing: Nevils W. f:
Dawson, Thomas; Williams. John J.: Fautlinger,
Daniel, clothing; Keese. David 8.: btern, Frank
t - Kpttjc John K.r Murton. Nicholas: Herron.
Harvey: Owens. John W.. store goods and honse-
nolu gOOUS: Dee, ua.iu, yjypj. (fiiuaui i.,
clothing; Miller, Kobert P., store and goods;
Wender, Kobert. clothing: Slick, W. W-: Stewart.
John, clothing; Kitto, Cyrus; James, Enoch;
Thornbv. Robert, clothing: Bees, William; bam
uels E6enezer: Roberts Kobert, clothing; Berg
man, Charles ., clothing; Davis, Owen.
COSIMAUGH LODGE HO. J91-DIED.
Plsher, John H. and wife, 7 children Leave 1
son about 21 years; lost house and household
Lenhart,Samncl,wire and4cblldren Leave son
about 35 years; also saddlery store, three-story
building and household goods.
Page, Samuel, wife and 3 children.
btreum, John and 1 daughter Leave 1 child, Mrs.
James bboemaler: lost liquor store.
Wild, Jacob, wire and 2 children-Leave 1 child.
FAMILIES OF MEMBERS.
Humphrevs John J., lost one daughter; also
King, James, lost wife and one girl (J. X.
sick); also household goods.
Johnson. William B.. broken leg, now at hospi
tal: wife at Mary Johnson's, Butler street, be
tween Forty-second and Forty-third, Pittsburg;
lost all household goods.
. All houses or household goods, except where oth
erwise designated :Arthurs.John:Bostart, August;
Baumer, Herman, Postmaster: Burdick, Thomas
E-; Berry, Alfred C. grocery: Bradmeyer, Au
gust; Cannon . S.Dean ; Cohen, Alie, clothing store;
Carpenter. Peter b., restaurant: Cover, William
C-. livery stable: Davis, Alpbns H. ; Flanegan, J.;
Fry. Jotn E lost house, resides at Wheeling:
Fink. Kcv. K. A.: Fisher, Peter &., liquor store;
Hcrdman, John C.; Humphreys, Klchard Jr.;
Hav, Frank A., tinstore: Horner. Benjamin P.;
Jotins William: Kennedy, Alexander, lostanew
house, lust completed; KlmmeL Thompson R.;
Kimniel, Harry A.: Ludwlg, John, liquor store;
Linton. John P., two bouses: Miller. Jacob K.:
McMlllcn. James; Page, William F.; Peterson,
F. P.: Roc Wesley J., planing mill: Kelnamon,
bolomon, clothing store; beigh, John W. : belgh.
Theodore: Simons Charles: Tittle, John S.:
Thomas Jam es:Thompson. Will lam H.:Tcsh, office:
Charles S., clothing: Wehn. Louis, store: War
den. William: Burgoon, Blalr grocery; Dodson,
William M., several houses; Lehman, Charles,
butcher shop and household goods.
CAMBRIA LODGE NO. "85 DIED.
Kabb, George and wife Leaves 3 children, now
at Singer street, Conemaugh; also household
Hoffman. William F. and wife and 1 daughter
Leaves children. 7 sent to Philadelphia, 2 to
Charles HoUmau, Bedford pike.
Heiser, George and wife Leaves lson.
Hoffman, Godft-led, wife and 7 children.
Klrapel. Chris and wife C K. had $3,100 in
pocket when round.
Young, Emll Leaves wire and 4 children.
Frank. John, wile and 4 children Leaves 2
married children: also lost 500 to $800.
Will, Casper Leaves wire and 4 children.
Fox. Martin Leaves wire and 6 children. (Wife
gone to Charles Hllderman, 29 Center street, Alle
Tro'S W llllam-Wlfe and 10 children.
Shaffer. Jacob and wire Leave 2 married chil
dren and 1 yonng child. Brownstown.
Fisher, Moses No relatives.
Nathan. Adnlph and wife and 2 children.
bhubert, C T. Leaves wile and 11 children at
Hoffutan, Mrs. Conrad, widow, and 7 children
Lost also house and household goods.
Frit i. John Lost 3 girls, honse and household
rFrx. John. Jr. Lost wife and 1 child, honse
and konsehold goods.
Sherman, Michael Lost wife, drygoods store
ilanaval, Charles Lost 1 boy and furniture.
Each loses house and household goods, save as
otherwise stated: bchaffcr, J. V., 6 houses; Ha
berlein. William: Goebert Charles; Kaab Henry;
Schultels,Pbtlllp: Mayer.Fred. 3 houses: Strauss,,
David, store: Dlefenbach. Henry: also $5.000 cash
and livery stable: Eckel. Peter: Hochstein, WU1
lam: Bl ch, Henry, grocery store: Mertz, Henry:
bhaffer. Henry: Cohen, Isaac 12.000. Jewelry store
(now on Adams street); Benler. Fried: Kuckser.
John: Mattern, Henry; Goebert, Henrv.2 honses:
Pittler, William; Henbach, Fred; Boecber.Chas.:
Marchel. Phillip: Luenke, Robert, greenhouse:
Haberleln. William, Jr.: Berlock, Joseph, UUor
store; Strauss, William, grocery store.
WIDOWS Or LODGE.
Leltenberger, Mrs. L. F., house and household
foods, hat 1 children (now corner or Main and
Adam streets); Atnsler, Mrs.. 125 Sherman avenue.
Household goods; Brlxner, Mrs., house and house
hold goods; Fisher, Mrs. Charles, house and
nocssnOLD goods ohlt.
Scholz, Charles, clothing; Frank, Ang.;Benke,
Henry: Switzer. H. K.: Range. Henry: Roth.
W In.: HlnkeL Henry, house slightly damaged;
Hoffman, C J.: Huebner. stable damaged: Van
pel. Herman; clothing: Mayer. Dr. L. H.. furni
ture, medicine and clothing; Opperman, Charles,
clothing; Baltzerson. P. S., clothing.
COROXA, SO. 999 DIED.
Wilson. Dr. J. C, and wife-Leaves 1 son (Her
man); also lost house and household goods.
Wilson, James Left wife and 2 children (at
Duncan, J. C Lost wire, house and household
FInlcy, James Q, Lost wife, house and house
Each lost house, household goods and other
things designated: Harvey. E. G., drugstore
and clothing ;Kclghard, Emmanuel: Paul, George
8.: Walters, D. W.; Wike, W. W.; Kaufman,
nOUSEBOLD GOODS OXLT.
Blckford, G..W.: Berkeblle. Alex.; Davis, Dr.
M. H., also medicine and instruments; Griffin, J.
W.: Humphrevs, Thos.; Hess. J. C.: Mitchell,
Thos. : Miller, Martin: Leer. Henry: Mumaux, K.
F.; Mchols, Luke: Kced, Oliver: Smith, P. M.;
Blough. Chris.; StahL E. K.; Hlggins. John;
Olanson. J. S.: Robinson, K. P.: Wyant. Mrs.
Alex., (widow), has Ave children (at Conemaugh);
Shearer, Mrs. William, (widow), has three chil
dren. MOKEELV1LLE LODGE, NO. 59.
ManevaL Charles-Lost 1 boy, house and house
Master. S. H.: Bover Michael; McCnrdy.
Emery; Snavely, W. E. (now at J. Thomas'
store): Barron, Joseph; Masters, George H.,
MEMBERS OF OUT OF TOWS LODGES.
Atkinson. John, of Star of Hope Lodge No. 199
(write to Samuel T. Day. Secretary, Coatsville,
Pa.), leaves wire and 1 daughter, also lost house
and household goods. r ,,
Kennedy, n. D., of Emilngton Lodge p. 641,
Emilngton. Pa., leaves wife andfive children;
also lost household goods. ,....,
Dobbins. J. IS., ol Altoona Lodge No. 4T3, Al
toona. lost Ills wire, also hou5Chol goods.
Uoldenberg. E,, of Fredericks Clty.Md.. Lodge,
lost his father.
KelU, John, or Western Star Lodge No. 24.
nttsbarg, resides at Conemaugh, lost general
storehouse and household goods.
Holllster, E., or Duquesne Lodge No. 32, Pitts
burg, lost household goods.
James. E A., Sr., of Alpine Lodge No. 479.
Brady's Bend, Pa., lost block ot houses, house
hold goods and stock of fixtures in hotel.
Morris. Richard, or Williams Valley Lodge N.O.
675. 4SS Railroad street, lost household goods.
Moore, Robert, ofHoutzdale Lodge No. 919, lost
household goods. M
Jones John J.. ofBellevue Lodge No. ft. Belle-
tii 1rihn'lrrlt.nrv. lost household COOdS.
Clark. Henry, of Jtoss Rose Lodge No. 350. or
Mt. Pleasant, lost honse and household goods.
Jones. Enoch, of Mechanics' Lodge No. 9, Pitts
burg, saloon and household goods.
Costlll, George, ot Evergreen Lodge No. 205,
Duncannon. Pa., lost household goods; removed
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The great magnet that can do wonders at
Jacksons'. Extraordinary reductions. Hark
down in every department. Suits of fine
all-wool cheviot, cassimere, worsteds, now
marked down to 58, 510, $12j worth double
the amount. See these bargains; it will pay
you; odd pants for ordinary wear, warranted
not to rip, at $1 60, worth" double. Men's
fine dress pants at $2, $2 SO and $3. only
equaled by custom tailors. Visit our hat
department for nobby styles. Stiff and soft
hats marked down to the lowest notch. We
don't intend to make reductions at the end
of the season. Now is the time to give buy
ers the benefit. Jacksons',
Clothiers, Tailors, Hatters and Furnishers,
954 and 956 Liberty street, Star Corner.
THE GREAT WOMAN ORATOR
To Speak Against the Amendment.
DON'T PAiL TO HEAR WHAT MISS KATS
FIELD, OF NEW YORK, SATS ON
At Old City Hall, Monday evening, June
17. Admission free. Seats reserved for
ladies. Music by the Great "Western Band.
Fanct Flannels For blouse waists,
tennis, onting suits, shirting, etc., all the
latest coloring and designs; prices range
from 30o to ?L Hugds & Hacke.
Fall Train Service Restored.
On all Pennsylvania Bailroad lines east
of Pittsburg and Erie fnll train service has
been restored, except ".New York and Chi
War. J. Friday's Marie cigars are verv
fine; 3 for 25c. 633 Smithfield st. wrsu '
Fare Rye Wlilsklca
For sale by Geo. H. Bennett & Bro., 135
First ave., second door below "Wood st.
UyWYJ THE I2T'
All genuine Banner Baking Powder cans
look like the above cut. except that the
labels on the cans are red, white and blue,
representing our national emblem. Don't
use any imitation; get the old, familiar and
original Banner Powder, established almost
a quarter of a century ago in Pittsburg.
Amateur bakers and even quite small chil
dren bake delightful cakes with it.
To the yolks of three eggs well beaten,
add one cup white sugar, one-half cup butter,
one-half cup sweet milk, two cups flour,
having in it one measure "Banner" Baking
Powder, the whites of three eggs, beaten
stiff; bake in jell y-cake pans: when cold, and
just before eating, place in layers, covering
cacu uuc niiu OLranuerncs wiucu uave pre
viously been sugared. This cake is delicious
with any kind of fresh fruit.
Now is the season to keep
on hand a supply of
HOUSE "SCO LTBENE" to do all
CLEANING your spring cleaning.
"WITH There is no known articla
SCOUEENE for 5 cents that will so
help through house clean
ing and do it as trail.
The rage of theorists to malu constitutions
a vehicle for the conveyance of their own
crude and visionary aphorisms of government,
requires to be guarded against with the most
increasing vigilance. Chief Jxullce Slorey.
Prohibitionists having no definite no
tion based on facts ot observation and expe
rience, of what a human society or a nation
is, and no adequate knowledgeof the nature
and operation of social forces, pile device
upon device, and failure upon failure.
When one device fails of its intended pur
pose and produces an unforeseen evil they
invent a new device to prevent the new evil.
The Prohibitionist's conception of govern
ment and its functions is grotesque and
false. Like every other product brought
by working on a priori assumption, it is a
satire on human foresight and what we call
Constitution tinkeringleading to vio
lations of liberty and property must finally
end in anarchy and the rule of tyrants.
No pulpit thunder will make the peo
ple in their hearts believe that to drink or
sell a glass of beer is really criminal or sup
port the execution of the laws if they did
The loss of liberty, bold as the statement
may seem, is a greater calamity than the
prevalence of vice. "While freedom is main
tained, evil may be kept in check by at
least outward homage to virtue; but when
it is lost there is nothing to arrest the de
scent to a lawless anarchy.
Pkohibitionism, exasperated by its in
evitable failure, has heaped up penal en
actments, and at last invaded the most sa
cred liberties of the citizen and the sanctu
ary of his home.
The Prohibitionists themselves hardly
show confidence in their own moral code.
They never propose to- punish a man for
drinking a glass of ale, though the drink
ing and selling, being of the same transac
tion, both must be criminal or neither.
The Prohibitionist thinks that by doing
a little injustice he can do a great deal of
good, and so, probably, have thought all
Political power is a trust held for defi
nite purposes which do not Include inter
ference with your neighbor's diet or any of
his personal habits any more than they in
clude limitation of his industry or the 'con
fiscation of his property.
In Kansas, the State of Governor St.
John, the chief of prohibitionism, where the
most stringent prohibition has been enacted,
the result, according to Br. Gardner, was
that the drug stores were little more than
rum shops, and that their number was as
tonishing. In one town of 4,000 people, 15
of them were counted on one street.
It is the tendency of all tyranny, whether
it be that of a Sultan, a crowd, a sect or a
party of Prohibitionists, when it finds itself
baffled, to pile on fresh severities instead of
reconsidering the wisdom of its own policy.
Temperance is one thing, total absti
nence is another, and coercion, at which
Prohibitionists aim, is a third. As temper
ance implies self-restraint, there can be no
intemperance, in the proper sense of the
term, where there is coercion.
Stay with us. Liberty! Let us not stag
nate! Despairing with fools, or believing with
That men must be either the one or the
Victors or victims, oppressors or slaves!
Stay with us, cling to us, while there is life
Tyrants are dumb when thy flag is un
furled. Be in the sonde what thou wert in the sun
shine Source of prosperity! Light of the world!
The tyrannies of the world have all rested
on the plea that it "was necessary for the
public -welfare to violate the liberty of the
Besides contempt of the aw and perjury
prohibition fills the country with ill blood.
Nothing is more odious or poisons the heart
of the community more than the employ
ment of spies and informers, to which it has
been necessary and will always be necessary
for prohibitionism to resort. Sickens hold's
up the mirror to nature in his description of
the Claypoles and their trade.
Before the British Parliament consents
to extreme legislation, let it, at all events,
appoint a commission of inquiry to report to
it on the results of prohibitory legislation in
Canada and the United States. The com
missioners, if I mistake not, will find that
impartial opinion on this continent pro
nounces prohibition a failure, and inclines
dccidedlv in iavor of the plan of hich li
censes with stringent regulation. Beport
of Goldwin Smith.
Prompt Action by the Singer Mnnufactur
This Company has been the first to re
open their office and establish themselves
for business at Johnstown since the creat
disaster at that point. Their headquarters
are opposite the old postofnee, Franklin
street, upstairs, where their many 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 new machinesupon
apDhcaiion to their office at Johnstown.
FOE a finely cut, neat-fitting suit leave
your order with "Walter Anderson, 700
Smithfield street, whose stock of English
suitings and Scotch tweeds is the finest in
the market; imported exclusively for his
This pleasant hotel, located at Point
Chautauqua, N. Y., opposite Mayville, near
the head of Lake Chautauqua, has now 400
rooms and every modern equipment for the
comfort of its guests. Its beautiful croquet
lawns, play grounds, charming views, are
unequaled elsewhere. It has reading
rooms, bowling alley, skating rink and eood
music. Table service unexcelled. "The
kitchen is supplied with pure soring water.
For terms address Horace Fox, who is
well-known as manager of the Hotel Coop
er, Dayton, O., at Grand Hotel, Point
Chautauqua, N. Y. su
Excursion to Johnstown.
To accommodate those who desire to view
the ruins of Johnstown, the B. & O. K. B.
Co. will run a special train on Tuesday,
June 18, leaving Pittsburg at 7 A. m., stop
ping at Hazelwood, Gleuwood, Braddock,
McKeesport, West Newton and Cnunells
vilie, arriving at Johnstown at 1250 noon,
and leave Johnstown on return trip at 5 P.
M. The rate from Pittsburg and all points
named above will be ?2 35 for the round
Those -who desire to go on this excursion
should provide themselves with lunch bas
kets, as provisions cannot be procured at
Turners' Excursion to Cincinnati via B. 6s
O. R. R.
Tickets will be sold on June 20 and 21 at
extremely low rate for the round trip, good
to return until June 27, inclusive. Trains
leave Pittsburg at 6:45 A. m. and 850 p. si.
On Friday, June 21, special train will
leave Baltimore and Ohio Bailrodd depot 10
p. M., conveying all the Turners of Pitts
burg and vicinity. .
Fine cabinet photographs only $1 a doz.
Peop. Hendricks & Co.,
68 Federal at, Allegheny.
Black Cashmeres Our grades of 46
inch wide black cashmeres at COc, 65c, 75c,
85o and (1 a yard are acknowledged the
best values offered in the city.
mwfsu v Huotjs & Hacke.
S3-Display actvertUemerUs one dollar psr
tquare far one Intertion. Clcasifled advertise,
merits on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, etc., ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for lest than fifty cents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following- places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient advertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are to be prepaid except where-
advertlsers already nave accounts witn uu "-
THOSIA3 MCCAFPKEY, S&a Bntler street.
EMIL G. STUCKEY, S4th street and Penn ave.
E. G. STUCKEY A CO., Wylle ave. and Fulton St.
H.STOKELY, Fifth Avenue Market House.
EAST END. f
I. W. WALLACE, 6i:iPcnn avenue.
JACOB SPOHN. No. 2 Carson street,
CHAS. SCHWAKM, 1707 Carson street.
A. 3. KAERCHElt, 59 Federal street.
H. 3. MCKRIUE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FKEDH. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS & SON, Ohio and Chestnut sts.
J. F. STEVENSON, Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENRY. Western and Irwin aves.
G. W. HUGHES. Pennsylvania and Bwiveraves.
PERKY M. GLE1M. Rebecca and Allegheny aves.
-rjrjANTED-A REGISTERED DRUG CLERK
VV for good city store. Address GLYCER
INE, Dispatch office. JelS-122
-TTTANTED-TWO EXPERIENCED DRUG
YV clerks speaklnjr German. Address PFR
MANEMT, Dispatch office. Jel6-37
WANTED THREE BRICKLAYERS- ON
Cliff and Casaett streets Monday morning,
HEKR1NUTON 4 BOOTH. Jel6-94
ANTED-KELIABLE BOOKKEEPER BY
notion house: references required. Address
UNS. DisDatch office. Iel6-121
NOTIONS, Dispatch office.
-VTT ANTED-A BLACKSMITH-ONE THAT IS
v V accustomed to farm work, and a farm hand.
Apply at ENTERPRISE HOTK1,, Chartlers, Pa.
WANTED-CAKRIAGE TRIMMER AND
wood worker. Call at St. Charles Hotel
Monday morning between 10 and 12. N. GAMER.
WANTED-SINGLE MAN TO TAKE CARE
of horse, milk cow and attend to lann:
German prelerred. ADply BOOM 213, Lewis
block, city. Jel3-?2
WASTED-TWO GOOD MEN FOR CAN
VASSING and collecting. Apply Monday
at 9 A.M., BOOM 12. Kensliaw block, Ninth and
ANTED-A COACHMAN FOR LIVERY
None nnt sober and exnerlenced need annly
toT. I!. MORELAND, 6100 Penn ave., East End,
TTTANTED-TWO EXPERIENCED LATHE
VV hinds: steady work. Apply at DUQUESNE
FORGE COMPANY Kankm station, or NO. Ill
WATER ST.. city. Jel5-92
WANTED-TINNERS TO KNOW THAT ON
and alter July 1 the initiation fee In local
Union No. 12 shall be So. Place of meeting 212
SMITHFIELD ST. , JeH-92
W ANTED-A GENTLEMAN OF LARGE
experience as an accountant and first-class
references desires work during evenings. Please
address P. O. BOX 817. jelS-51
WANTED-GOOD BOY FROM 18 TO 20 YEARS
old to take care or two horses and can milk;
reference required. Come to 97 NORTH AVE.,
Allegheny on Monday. Jel6-3S
TTTANTEn-TRAVELER WHO WANTS TO
TT add Imported pocket cutlery for Western
Pennsylvania. Aduress POCKET
care P. O. Box 672, New York.
WANTED TWO GOOD STRAP-SADDLE
makers, three lacers and two stitchers for
fine work; none but first-class workmen need ap
ply. GILLIAM M'JF'G. CO., Canton, O. JeS-74
WANTED-AN HONEbT. STEADY BOY TO
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years' experience; good place for the right boy;
one who speaks Herman preferred. Address
DRUGS, Dispatch office. Jel6-118
-TTT ANTED-A FIRST-CLASS CAKE BAKER:
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other need a pplv: good wages. Address HAKBI
ZONA, Dispatch office. el6-117
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Si per month; instruction private for both sexes;
open through summer, day and evening."
WANTED AGENTS "THE JOHNSTOWN
Horror, or the Valley of Death." The rash
for canvassing books has alreadv begun: graphic
descriptions authentic Information, thrilling
tales of herolm: agents will have to come In quick.
P. J. FLEMING 4 CO., 77 Diamond St., Pitts
burg, Pa. jel3-6S
TJANTED-LIVE AGENTS ALL OVERCAM
V V -BRIA and sur'oundingrountles to sell this
memorial of the greatest calamity of modern
times, "The Johnstown Horror, or the Valley of
Death;" 500 p'ges, lully Illustrated: hundreds of
this book are being sent to all parts of the world.
For ontflls terms and territory apply to P. J.
FLEMING CO., 77 Dlamondst., Dispatch Unild
lng, Pittsburg, Pa. 1el5-7S
T7ANTED-10,000 AGENTS AT ONCE TO
VV sell the only authentic, complete and
fTsphlc history of the Johnstown flood; profusely
llustrated with views of all sorts connected with
the terrible scenes of the mighty Inundation; 12
mo., 400 pp. : price SI 50; liberal terms: thousands
want It; demand Is immense, bend quickly 30c for
outfit to J. V. K.EELEK&CO., 523 Chestnut St.,
Philadelphia. . jel6-79
WANTED -PROFESSIONAL AND CLER
ICAL situations obtained by reglst ring
with the Commercial Accounting Agency, 163
Firth avenue. Businessmen and others requiring
the services of bookkeepers and office clerks of
every character, salesmen for stores of all kinds,
both wholesale and retail, should come to us and
save the expense of advertising, as we have a long
list to select from, and you will be saved the an
noyance of interviewing applicants. Special
advertising done free when necessary; business
WANTED 50 EXPERIENCED SEVERS ON
cloaks. SAMPL1NEB & RICH, 819 Lib
erty si. jeitwiH
TITANTED SEWING GIRL MUST HE
VV speedy. Inquire corner CKA1G AND CEN
TER AVE., Bellefield, E. E. Jel6-93
WANTED-GOODGIRL OR MIDDLE AGED
woman to do washing and other housework;
German preferred. Inquire at No. 330 LIBERTY
ST., city. Jel6-l'j2
WANTED A GOOD STRONG NUKSE
girl; Protestant: one who can take care of
an Infant at night: Inclose reference. Address J.
F. C, Dispatch office. Jel6-96
-TTANTED-A SALESLADY IN A FANCY
VV goods store; one who Is trustworthy and
has had experience: good home in the house, and
a permanent place to the right party: reference
required. Apply at 265 BEAVER AVENUE. Alle
gheny City. JC16-75
VITA NTED-AGENTS LADIES, THE IN VEN
VV TOR ofthe Estpr tailor system will remalu
In your city lor 30 dars with the best of lady
teachers ror the purpose of instructing ladles In
the art of dress cutting by the most perfect sys
tem ever Invented; it is no chart.lt is a pe-iect
tailor system of inch measure made of wood u
oue plecc:lt Is light and eay to handle, has ail the
curves necessary for any pattern, and can be
learned bv a child; do not we teach all the latest
deMgns, French, bias, dart and miny other cuts
entirely new: do not miss this change. W. H.
ESTER, Inventor,rooms602 Penn aye., Pittsburg.
TTTANTED A CHRISTIAN PROTESTANT
V V lady to take care orand board a 5-year-old
boy where there are no other children. Address
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-TTT-ANTED-BY A FAMILY OF FOUK (TWO
V V adults, two children) and nurse board In
the country on line or P. V. & C, P. & W., P.,
C. &SL L., Penna., orB. & O. (Wheeling dlv.)
railroads, not less than 10 nor more than SO miles
from the city: good water, plenty of mile and
home comforts required; also stabllngand care for
horse: would preter a farmhouse near station, but
would not object to country hotel or private fam
ily In small Tillage where surroundings are pleas
ant. Address SUMMEB BOARDERS, Dispatch
Booms. Bonsea, Etc.
ANTED -COUNTRY HOUSE-TO BZNT
during Augusta large furnished house on
P. R. K. nearBlalrsvllle, or board for'to people;
no children. Address A. T., Box 152, Pltfa
Male and Female fTelo.
WANTED-MALE AND FEMALE CAN
VASSERS to make 115 and 120 a week.
Room 2, second floor, 6 FEDERAL ST., Alle
gheny. Pa. lelS-112
WANTED-PAKM HANDS, AN EMIGRANT
boy, a hostler, cooks,, chambermaids, dress
maker and 4 sewing girls, waitress and chamber
maid for small family, S3 SO per week. MKE
HAN'B AGENCY, 645 Grantst. )e!2
XjrTANTED-AGENTS. MEN OR WOMEN, TO
VV sell Missouri Steam Washer to'famllies: ar
guments in Its favor numerous and convincing:
sales made without difficulty; profits large; sent
on two weeks' trial, to be returned at my expense
If not satisfactory; write for illustrated circular
and terms. J. 1 ORTH, U Beekman, N. Y.
-TXT-ANTE1--EVERY ART CANVASSER AND
JrV others In this country to know that E. W.
Walker & Co., publishers, 101 Chauncy St.. Bos
ton, with branches at 331 Westminster st.. Provi
dence: 8 Union sq., New York: 1217 Filbert St.,
Philadelphia; 629 Seventh st. N. W.. Washington;
53 NINTH ST., PITTSBURG, and 195 La fealfe St..
Chicago, have jnst Issued in sections the finest
American art collection ever published in the
country; full commission paid on collection or SI
by our carrier. Don't rail to call and see the work.
VTT-ANTED-POSrTION AS NURSE IN HOS-
i PETAL or In a grocery store: good refer
ences. Address H. P., Dispatch office. JclS-1
WANTED DRUGS - GRADUATE OF
Phlla. Col. of Phar. would like relief or
steady position. Address A, B. 0., Dispatch
office. . Jel6-56
Bonrders and Lodgers
WANTED-TWO GENTLEMEN FOR WELL
furnished front room, with board, t5 per
week. 145 SECOND AVE. jelS-fe
W ANTED COUNTRY BOARDERS THE
hotel at Tarcntum Camp Ground la now
open; water excellent: termsreasonable. Address
E. J. PUGHf Tareutum. Pa. JelS-iS
WANTED-ANY WISHING BOARDING IN
the conntry; good healthy place: VA miles
south of Ohio Pyle. Apply to J. H. SCH AEFER,
Ohio Pyle Falls, Pa. ; Box 23. Je8-46-su
WANTED FOUR SUMMER BOARDERS;
airy rooms, verandas, well water; 3 min
utes' walk from station; 12 trains each way dally;
terms moderate and references required. Address
110X87, Homestead, Pa. Jel6-61
WANTED-BOARDERS PARTIES WANT
IN G board for the summer can be accommo
dated at farm house 8 mllre from city, not far from
station: good water, plenty of bbade, etc. Ad
dress HOWARD, Dispatch office. Jel-17
-rrTANTED-BOAKDEKS IN THE EAST END;
TV house and rooms large and pleasant, with all
the conveniences: porticos, lawns, etc: near P.
R. R. and cable lines: terms 120 per month. Ad
dress J. H. G., East Liberty P. O..E. E. J 1 15-23
"TTTANTED-TO LOAN MONEY AT K. SAND
VV epercenttreeoftax. W. C. STEWART;
114 Fourth ave. Ja20-2-SU
WANTED-MOKTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
in sums to suit at m, 6 and S per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 1M Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
-rrTANTED-KENTS COLLECTED PROMPT-
tt LY; property managed with satisfaction.
ALLES & BAILEY. 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
VV in large and small amounts at 4H. Sand 6
per cent, tree or state tax; no aciay. it.
COYLE & CO., 131 Fourth Jive. n
TTT ANTED MOKTGAGES-S1, 000,000 TO LOAN
TV on city and suburban properties at 4, Sand
6 per cent, and on larms in Allegheny and aqja
cent counties at 6 per cent. 1. M. PEN NOCK 4
hON, 105 Fonrth avenue. ap7-FU
WANTED-CORRESPONDENCE--BY B. B.
MCCONNAUGHY, Real Estate Broker,
Johnstown, .Pa., who respectfully solicits corres
pondence from any person desiring to invest in
real estate or mortgages; best of relerences given.
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY-WE HAVE
over one million dollars to loan on city and
suburban property at A per cent; no tax: we
will also loan money on improved farms In Alle
gheny, Beaver, Fayette. Washington and West
moreland counties; any marketable security taken
for loans of any amount. BLACK & BAIKD. 95
Fourth ave. Je3-a9-su
TT-AI''rED-TO BUY A GOOD BAR FIXTURE;
VV state price, etc. Address M. C, Dispatch
-TTTANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
VV dozen (13) or Stewart Co. 'a fine cabinet
photos for II, at 90 and 92 FEDERAL ST.. Alle
-TTTANTED TO SELL FIRST-CLASS 5 AND
VV 10-cent store located in best city outside
Plttsbnrg. For particulars address E. K. BUS1
NESS, 24 Sixth St., city. Jel6-H
ANTED-CUSTOMEKS FOR DIASIONDS.
gold and silver watches, marble clocks sil
verware, etc., at SI per week.upward, at 140 Fed
eral st., Allegheny. J. 51ITSCH. JelS-irwrsu
WANTED-LADIES TO KNOW HAUGH &
Kecnan repair, reflnlsh or upholster old
furniture promptly and In the best possible man
ncr. 33 AND 34 WATER ST. 'Phone 1626. myP-82
WANTED-LADIES TO LEAVE THEIB OR
DERS ror summer suits at GAKMER'S
EMPORIUM, 802 Penn ave.; special inducements
to ladles who enter our school next week.
-TTTANTED BOOKKEEPERS INTERESTED
VV In quickly and systematically making up
their trial nilances should send their address to
W. WOOI.SEY. 163 Fifth avenue, and receive a
copy of bis new circular treating on that subject.
J c 16-69 v ,
WANTED-TO SELL FIRST-CLASS PHOTO
GRAPH gallery, located In a good town, do
ing a good business: only two other galleries:
sickness the only reason for selling. Address
PHOrouKAPHEK, 31 Fifth aye., city. Jel5-87
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER. 96 Fifth avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he is making fine cabinets at $1 50 per
dozen: photos delivered when promised: Instan
taneous process. mhl3-63
WANTED PAINTERS!: AND PAPER
HANGERS to send 2c for copy of House
Painting and Decorating Magazine, containing
colored plate and practical reading matter. Ad
dress EDITOR H. P. & U., 1130 S. Thirty-filth St.,
WANTED-ANY PARTY NOT HA V1NGTHE
ready cash, wanting to furnish a house or
room with furniture or carpets orhonsehold goods
of any kind, or wants to dress genteel, or wants a
gold watch, address care P. O. BOX NO. 501, city,
and you can have the means furnished von at a
low rate of Interest. Jell-62
FOB SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-MILLER ST., NEAR CENTER
ave., a good brick house, 6 rooms, hall, etc.;
side entrance: lot 20x120: nice location: at a bar
gain. J. It. COOPER & CO., .107 Fourth ave.
FOR 8ALE-WYLIE AVE.-t2,800 ALMOST
new two-story brick house, 7 rooms and fin
ished attic. Inside shutters, good cellar, etc.: easy
terms. J. E. COOPER &, CO., 107 Fourth ave.
1TIOR S ALE -KENTAL 900 PEK YEAR; PRICE
? 86. 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. JeI4-42
FOll SALE-THE BEST BARGAIN IN A 2
story brick dwelling on a good street in Sev
enteenth ward (Lawrenceville) for the money.
S3. 600, lr applied for soon. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth
FOR SALE-56 MILLER ST.-FINE NEW
brick dwelling, 6 rooms, vestibule, hall, gas,
etc.: lot 20x127 to an alley ; this property can he
bonght at a bargiin. ALLES & BAILEY, 164
Fourth ave. Tel. 167. JelS-35
FORSALE-S04WYLIE AVE., BRICK DWELL
ING: mansard slate roof, 6 rooms, finished
attic hall, cellar, eas and water, etc.; lot 18x100
ft.; price 82,750; termscasy. ALLES & BAILEY,
161 Fourth ave., Tel. 167. lel3-8
FOR 8ALE-3 LOTS. 20x100 EACH, ON KEY
STONE ave., with 2 frame houses, 5 rooms
and attic each, hall, good cellar, double porches,
etc.; will sell separate or as a whole; 84,600. D.
BEHEN &bON, 41121'ennavc. te!6-49
OR SALE 82,700 TWO-STORY BRICK
dwelling on Deeatur St.. containing six
rooms: now rented for sis per month; taxes about
847 per year. STRAUB& MORRIS, corner Wood
street and Third avenue, Pittsburg, Pa. Jel6-52
FOR SALE-FINE PRESSED BRICK DWELL
ING of 6 rooms hall and vestibule, slate
mantels, both gases good cellar, good sewers:
Pride streeth. Sixth ward: 84,500: bargain. ALLES
& BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
1710R SALE-86.500-TWO-STORY BRICK
1 bouse, eintalnlng 8 rooms bathroom, attic,
etc., on Chatham street;everythlnglngood order;
this is cheap property. STKAUB & MORKW,
corner Wood street and Third a-venue, Pittsburg.
FOR SALE-SHINGlbS ST., ONE SQUARE
from the Court House, fine brick dwelling or
9 rooms hall, vestibule, slate mantels both gases,
good cellar, side alley; price f6,0u0;lot 2txl20:
fronts two streets: big bargain. ALLES &
BAILEY, 164 Fourth aye. Tel. 167. Jel6-34-TTSu
FOR SALE-CONGRESS ST.. NEAR WYLIE
avenue, brick house 7 rooms hall, etc.: also
in rear and fronting on Elm st,, brick house ore
rooms ball, inside shutters, bath, etc.: both
houses are in first-class repair: A No. I Invest
ment. J. B. COOPER ft CO.. 107 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE S6.600-THREE-STORY PRESSED
brick dwelling on Townsend street, contain
ing 10 rooms, bathroom, stable, good yard, shade
trees etc; high ceilings and gas all over bouse;
lot27HxlOO, more or less. STKAUB & MORRIS,
corner Wood street and Third avenue, Pittsburg.
JD aye. property, near Gist St. ; lot 20x120, front
ing, on Forbes ave. and Ann street; 6-roomed
brick, halL cellar, water, etc. ; on Forbes ave.,
and a 3-roomed ,frame on Ann st. : rents for 8400
per year; large back yard. ALLES & BAILEY,
164 Fourth ave.; tel. 167. Jel5-79-TUE3a
T7I0B SALE 8M50-TEKM8 8300 GASH. BAL
JC ANCE monthly buys a nice, new frame
honse of 6 rooms halt cellar; water, stable, side
alley; lot 20x90 to an alley: suitable for two fam
ilies; possession at once: best bargain ever offeredi
act quick, lr you want it; one square from
Thirteenth ward schoolhouse, on Vera street.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 1671.
FOR SALE-IMPROVED REAL ESTATE
FOBSALE-FKAME HOUSE, 5ROOMS.HALL
and attic; lot 20x137 reet; on Taylor st.; grape
arbor, fruit, etc.: 82,000. D. BEHEN &SON. 4III
Penn ave. Jel6-49
FOR SALE FRANKLIN ST.-A BARGAIN:
3-story brick house of 11 rooms, bath, hot
and cold water, marble mantels: good repair. J.'
It. COOPER A CO , 107 Fourth ave. Jel6-99
FOR SALE-S10.00O-THKEE-STORY BKICK
dwelling on Chatham street: well located and
In excellent order. Sl'ltAUU& MORRIS, corner
T ood street and Third avenue, Pittsburg. Jel6-52
East End Residences.
FOR SALE-8S. SCO-MODERN BRICK DWELL
ING on Larimer avenue, convenient to sta
tion. STRAUB 4 SIOKR1S, corner W ood St. and
Third avenue, Pittsburg. Jel6-52
FOB SALE-I,200-TEKMS 8500 CASH, BAL
ANCE 100 the first year and $200 a year there
after will buy a 4 room house with 2 acres of
ground on Leamington avenue. W.C. STEWART,
114 Fourth ave. ap21-19-Sn
FOR SALE-SOUTH HIDAND AVE., E. E..
a rare opportunity; an elegant new brick
house of 8 rooms; all conveniences: well worth
8S.5O0: will sell for t7,sm on terms to suit. D. P.
THOMAS 4 CO., 408 Grant St. Jel3-83
TTIOK SALE-NEW QUEEN ANNE FRAME, 6
X? rooms hall, atticlot 42x50 feet. No. 513 Eu
clid ave., E. E. ; Inside shutters, stained glass
windows, slate mantel, etc.: a bargain: 83.200.
D. BEHEN & SON, 4112 Penn ave. Jel8 49
FOB SALE-816.000-SUBSTANTIAL NEW
and attractive brick residence of 12rooms.wlth
large lot; nothing better lor the money in the
East End: is desirably located on one of the main
avennes. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
FOB SALE-HASTINGS ST., rOINT BREEZE;
new 6-roomed house and large lot; five min
utes rrom Torrens. sta., P. B. R. or Fifth aye.
cable; price 82,800. and terms about equal to rent.
MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Station St., E. E.
FOR SALE 85,500 WILL BUY THAT HAND
SOME 7-roomed frame residence, with hath,
pantry, furnace, etc.: lot 50x123: in excellent
neighborhood, with extended view: Beattv St..
near Hiland ave. MELLON BROTHER!). 6349
Station st., E. E. Jel6-10S
FOR SALE A SUBSTANTIAL BRICK HOUSE
with bathroom and allconven!ences:7room;
handy to cable cars and Penna. R. R.; lot 45X120
on Margaretta st., one square irom Nineteenth
ward school; price, 85,600. MELLON BROTHERS,'
6349 Station St., E. E. JelC-lW
FOR Sale ON MAKIPOE AVE.,- BEN
VENUE, Just a few minutes from station:
lot 50x1.4); beautifully laid out, with new frame
dwelling of hall, 10 rooms bath, porches, both
gases etc., newfy papered throughout: only 8S.CO0;
easy payments. THOS. MCCAFFREY, 3509 Hat
er st. my!6-59-wsa
FOR SALE-ON BRUSHTON AVE., 3 MIN-UTES'-walk
from Brushton station : lot 50x110
ft., with new 2-storv frame dwelling or 6 rooms
and halls, stone cellar and shingle roof, front and
rear porches, all modern conveniences: price
S.6O0-. one-third cash, balance to suit. THOMAS
CCAFFREY, 3309 Butler st. Jel6-lC7-wssu
FOR SALE-810,500 4 ACRES OF GROUND,
with 6-room house, located in Shadyslde. In a
neighborhood that will nndoubtedly be strictly
first-class: has a frontage on a 60-foot avenue of
430 feet, and a frontage or 430 reet on a 50-foot
street: is within 10 minutes' walk of Fifth avenue
cable cars. W. O. STEWART, ill Fourth ave.
FOR S A L E 82,700 A BARGAIN-NEW
frame house 6 rooms and attic, vestibule and
hall, front and back porches a beautiful lot with
full grown shade trees, situated on good street;
terms, 8500 down and balance to suit purchaser;
this is a good property, and sbonld be seen. Call
on KELLY & ROGERS, No. 6315 Station street.
East End. Jel5-80
FOB SALE-A. NEW BKICK HOUSE OF 9
rooms, reception ball, bath, I. w. c, laundry
in basement, all rooms nicely papered, slate man
tels; everything first class: a fine lot. on good
street; near station and cable cars; only 8x800:
terms f2, 000 down, balance two years without In
terest: this is something worth looking at. Call
on KELLY & ROGERS, No. 6315 Station street,
East End. Jel5-80
FOR SALE-810.000-TERMS TO SUIT PUB
CHASER: new Qneen Anne brick residence,
having large porches, vestibule: 4 rooms on first
floor, 4 rooms and bath on second and 3 attlo
rooms; well finished, nicely papered and has
fine gas fixtures; good stable on premises; large
lot; located on a paved avenue. In a well-iiu-
roved and desirable neighborhood. W. C.
TEWAR1. 114 Fourth ave. ap21-19-su
FOR SALE SHADE. ROOMINESS AND OUT
LOOK are features to consider in buying
residence property; these and many other ad
vantages are 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: frontlrg on
handsome park planted with shade trees: new
cable loop (for which ordinance Is in Councils) to
go within lOu feet or the square: price or houses
standing on lots 30x100. 83,500: terms moderate,
CASh payment, remainder upon long time; most
beautiful district or the city and convenient to all
parts. Apply to BAMUEL W. BLACK & CO.. 99
Fonrth avenue. my!2-71
T7H)R SALE 84,000-NO. 23S WASHINGTON
JJ ave., Allegheny; lot 24x129; frame house six
rooms and store; good value. A. LEGGATE &
SON. a Federal St.. Allegheny. Jel4-71
IflOB SALE-KSOOO-FBAME ROW OF SEVEN
1 houses now renting for 8720 per year; situ
ated tn Second ward, Allegheny. STRAUB &
MORRIS, corner Wood street and Third avenue,
FOR SALE -88. 000 THAT ELEGANT NEW
and substantial press brick dwelling (never
occupied), containing 9 rooms bath, stationary
washstands lanndry. cement cellar and all Im
provements located on Acklcy st., head ot
Monterey st. W. C. STEWART. 114 Fourth aye.
TjWK SALE-SECOND WARD. ALLEGHENY.
JU new 2-storv brick residence or 6 rooms fin
ished attic, vestibule, slate mantels, flue chande
liers. Inside shutters bath, not and cold water;
newly papered: natnral and artificial gas: Inside
w. c. ; pantry, laundry with sta. tnbs. good cellar;
only two squares rrom parks; good lot; only (6,000,
on easy terms. BEED U, COYLE & CO.. 131
Fourth ave. Jel5-22
FOB SALE-AT CORAOVOLIS. P. L. E. B. R.,
houses, large and small, with large lots etc..
at reasonable prices. LASHELL & KANKIN.67
Fourth ave. Jcl6-13
FOR SALE-WILKINSBURG: 82.800; NORTH
st., neat 2-story frame house, 6 rooms hall,
finished attic, slate mantels bay windows,
porcbes etc : lot 44x124 to alley: terms S5M) cash;
balance as rent.. J. ii. COOPER & CO., 107 Fonrth
are. Jel6 99
SIRABLE residences for sale at Ingram,
Crafton. Idlewood. Believue, etc., at prices rang
ing from 83,000 to 81ZO0O; give us a call before buy
ing, bTRAUBfi MORRIS, corner Wood street
and Third ave., Plttsbnrg. JelS-52
FOB 8ALE-$20,000-SUBSTANTIAL BRICK
residence, containing 12 rooms and all con
veniences: lot 192x264; this property Is desirably
located In Wilklnsburgr faces two good avenues
and the ground alone iflaldoffln lots will sell for
the money: owner refused several years ago 825,
0(0 cash. W. C: STEWART, 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE WILKINSBURG 8500 CASH,
balance In 10 years: new and neat frame
dwelling. 7 rooms, reception ball, finished attic
good cellar, water in kitchen, nat. gas good sew
erage, etc. : lot 52x120; choice location, and only 6
minutes from station: streets 50 feet wide, with
shade trees planted on each side: this Is without
doubt the most deslrableresldence property In the
borough: an exceptional bargain. J. K. COOPER
A Co.. 107 Fonrth ave. I le!6-93
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOB SALE-LOTS IN THE HENDERSON
plan overlooking Allegheny City: city witer
and gas;. uo Jot less than IS-feet front: only !0
minutes walk rrom postouice; prices from 8300
to St. 500. one-third cash; these lots are selling
fast: come early and select a good one. STKAUB
& MORRIS, corner Wood St. and Third ave.,
Pittsburg. - Jel5-52
FOB SACE-AT GLEN WOOD, FRONTING
Second ave., 10 acres of the choicest land tn
Twenty-third ward: can be sub-divided to ad
vantage. For plans and particulars call and sco
J. B. COOPER A CO., 107 Fourth ave. Jel6-99
FOR SALE-LOTS AT HAZELWOOD AND
Glcnwood. near the station! only 15mlnnts
from new B. & O. station. Smithfield St.: graded
streets, fcldewalks city water, gas: 8300 to (l,ore:
houses for sale, small payment down, balance In
monthly pamcnts lr desired: railroad fare,
monthly tickets. SJ4j cents per trip. GF.ORGE C.
BURUWIN, 150 Fourth ave el6-71-siwrssu
FOR SALE-EAST END L'OTS FOR SALE BY
CHAS. bCHWAN, opposite East Liberty sta
tion. 8300 Lots 25x123, near Lincoln ave. Look at
thise lots If you want to speculate.
8450 Lot 33x110. Rosetta St., Nineteenth ward.
880O-Lot 5JX110, Rosetta St., Nineteenth ward.
(850 Lpt 58x100. Korettast.. Nineteenth ward.
S'iOO Lot.Wr.30, Brushton ave., near station.
(900 Lot 50x130, cor. Brushton and Bennett st.
(900-Lot 50x120, Lincoln aye., beyond the
81. fin Lot 42x120. Shetland ave., near Larimer.
(1,200 Lot 50x110, cor. Klncaldand Wlnsblddle
ave.. Nineteenth ward, near cable line.
(1,600 -Lot 60x120, Bond St.. Nineteenth ward.
(2,400 Lot 45x120, cor. Larimer ave. and May
flower St., paved and sewered.
Lots In all parts or the East End from (250 to
810,000. Call and see me berore yon buy. CHAS.
SCHWAN. opposite East Liberty station, tele
phone 5195. Jel6-8
FOR SALE -ILOOO-FBAMEHOUBE, 3 BOOMS
and attic; lot 23x110; Rosetta street, Nine
(1,350 Frame house, 3 rooms and cellar; good
water; lot 50x110; near-cable line.
(2, 900 Frame houssSrooms; city water, porches,
pantry; one square from Hiland avenue: lot 43x50
(3,000 Frame house, & rooms finished attic
good cellar, city water, porches pantryi fine loca
tion and near Hiland avenue; lot 25x126; look at
Honses In all parts of the East End from (1, 000 to
(25,000. Parties wanting to bny East End prop
erty thosld call and see me before buying. I will
cheerfully drive parties wanting to look at prop
erty any time from 8 A. it. to r. ir.
CI1AS. SCHWAN. opposite East Liberty station.
Telephone 5195, Jel6-S
FOR SALE LOTS.
Enat End Lou.
FOK3ALE--?3.75o-50xl65 FEET. LOCATED IN
one of the choicest neighborhoods in Shady
side. W. C. S1E WART, 114 Fourth aye.
FOB SALE-COB. SHADY AND HOMEWOOD
aves.: 5 acres beautifully situated; cheap
and easy terms. J.B. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth
FOR SALE A FEW DESIRABLE LOTS LEFT
at Home wood; handy to station and nicely
located: will sell on easy terms at f550. MELLON
BROTHERS, 6349 Station street, E. E. Jel6-lP8
FOR SALE-CHOICELOTON ELYSIAN AVE.,
handy to Firth ave., East End, and an ele
gant location forborne; will sell ror 8350, 11 taken
soon. MELLON BROS., 6349 Station St., E. E.
FOR SALE HANDSOS1E CORNER LOT 60
ft. fronton Rippeyst.; paved; no more de
sirable location In cltv fot fine residence: price
83,800. MELLON BROTHERS, 6349 Station St.,
E. E. Jel6-HiS
FOB SALE ELEGANT BUILDING SITE,
corner Jackson and St. Clair sts., haudyto
Hiland ave., and finely situated: price, fTOO;
termstosnlt. MELLON BROTHERS. 6349 Station
'St., E. E. Jel6-108
lOB SALE-EUCLID AVE. LOTS, 40H41
feet, ntafilv elevated, close tn Penn ave.
cable cars: street sewered: these lots will be sold
atabargaln. MELLON BROS.. E,E.. or JOHN
F. BAXTER. Agent, 512 Smithfield street.
PORSALE-82,7uO-A LARGE LOT 24x145 FEET,
with front on Broad, also on Klrkwood sta. ;
this property has a neat.4-roomed honse. fronting
on Broad St.. with good site for building on Klrk
wood St. MELLUN BROTHERS, 6349 Station St.,
. E. jel6-108
FOB SALE-870 PER FOOT, IF SOLD AT
once: the finest lot on Negley ave.: cor. of
Margaretta St.; 111x170 feet: Margaretta st. paved
and sewered at present owner's expense: terms to
suit. CHAS. SCHWAN, opposite East Liberty
FOR SALE-8M PER FOOr; ONLY 2 MORE
lots left In Clearvlew place: street paved and
sewered, and sold nnder building restrictions:
these are the cheapest lots or the kind in the East
End. CHAS. SCHWAN, opposite East Liberty
station. Telephone 5195. JelS-S
FOR- SALE-LOTS IN THE FAIRMOUNT
Plan, one block rrom Penn avenuo and cable
cars: no lot less than 40 feet front, prices from 11, 42)
to 82.300: we believe these lots will double In value
within two years. STRAUB & MORRIS, corner
Wood street and Third avenue, Pittsburg. Jel6-&!
OR SALE-CHOICE BUILDING LOTS AT
Brushton station : a uayment of 850 down and
balance at rate ot 82 per week will enable pur
chasers to buy a lot 40 feet bv 137 to 20-foot alley in
Bank of Commerce addition plan. Act promptly
and secure plan from JOHN F. BAXTER. Agent,
512 Smithfield st. jei6-39-wssu
FOR SALE-87, 500 THAT ELEGANT BUILD
ING site, 116x173 reet (as a whole or will sell
half). located on Rebecca St., Shadyslde, between
Centr ave. ana Penn ave., facing Baum Grove,
Is well elevated, level, has eastern exposure, fine
residence on either side and In a neighborhood
that will undoubtedly tie strictly first-class. W.
C bTKWART, 114 Fourth ave. my!2-65-Su
FOR SALE-HITS IN- THE FRIENDSHIP
Grove and Park iGross estate) plan sltnate In
the Twentieth ward, between Penn and Liberty
avenues, on the following streets: Penn avenue.
Liberty avenue. Friendship avenue, Wlnebiddle
avenne, Atlantic avenue, Rebecca street. Gross
street- Conrad street. Matilda st., etc. We can
offer special Inducements to the first few buyers
who will aeree to build good houses this summer.
STKAUB & MORRIS, corner Wood St. and Third
avenue, Pittsburg. Jel6-52
FOR SALE ONE OF THE HANDSOMEST
lots at Craftou. STRAUB & MOEUlS.corner
Wood st. and Third ave., Pittsburg. JelS-52
FOB SALE-AT IDLEWOOD-6 MINUTES
from station, 12 acres beautifully situated,
atabargaln. J. R. COOPER & CO., 107 Fonrth
-TTIORSALE ATCORAOPOLI3, P. L.E. R.IR.,
a laige number of choice building lots on
wide streets and alleys: will be sold on reasonable
terms. LASHELL k BANKIN, 67 Fourth ave.
FOB BALE WE OFFER, TOR SALE ON 10
years' time all the lots in the McKee plan, at
Ingram, on I'anhandle Railroad; Mr. Mc&f e will
build a limited number ot honses on same plan for
desirable parties. STRAUU MORRIS, corner
Wood street and Third avenne, Plttsbnrg.
FOB SALE A FARM OF 30 ACRES IN
O'Hara township: good garden ground; has
honse and barn on It. and plenty of fruit and
water. SEBASTIAN BITTER, Sharpshurg. Pa.
FOR SALE FARM THE PATTERSON
FARM, three miles southeast or Parnassus
will be sold at public outcry on Thursday, June
20. 1839. at 2 o'clock F. M. Said farm contains 106
acres mostly cleared, with all necessary build
Inirs and Improvements. For nartlnulara Innulre
1 of K. S. DINSMOKE, Parnassus, Pa.
jeo-w-ca, jo, lb, rj
iiR SALE -SIXTY ACRES. FIVE-ROOM
house and tenement house: rents for (60 CO a
year; 4-fuot vein oal. sells at 5c a bushel at bank;
3 miles from Beaver Falls; sell on easy payments
or will take cheap house in part pay: price 83.500;
also 80 acres 4-room house, barn, fruit: 6 miles
from Beaver Falls: price 82.500; easy payments.
N. F. HURST, Real Estate Agent. Rochester,
Pa. Send for farm and exchange list.
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOB SALE FIRST-CLASS BAKERY ON
Grant St.; a bargain. D. BEHEN & SON,
4112 Penn ave. JB16-49
FOR SALE NEWSPAPER BOUTE PITTS
BURG DISPATCH; cheap. Address ROUTE,
Dispatch office. Jel6-105.
I7OR SALE-DKUG STOKE: WILL INVEN-
TORY 11,500; one of the best locations lu East
Liberty. W. C. STEWABT, 114 Fourth aye.
FOB S A L E-A GOOD CORNER SALOON:
established business: stock, lease and fixtures
cheap. Write or call on F. B. BUNKER. 174
Prospect street, Cleveland, O. lel6-3
OB SALE-GENEKAL STOKE IN CITY;
established trade: will sell for Invoice, about
82,700; good horse and wagon. Call on or address
A. A. ALLES, 162 Fourth avenue. Jel6-9-Thsu
FOR SALE-LEASE, GOOD WILL AND FUR
NISHM ENT of an established livery and un
dertaking business: centrally located and doing a
FOR SALE-GEO. HARRIS' CONFECTION
ERY, notion, tobacco and cigar store, with
stock and fixtures cor. Thlrty-foorthand Penn
ave.: wlllsell at Invoice: best stand in Lawrence
ville: satisfactory reasons given for selling. See
OWNER, on premises or THOS. MCCAFFREY,
3507 Butler st. tel3-30-WTssu
FOR SALE-FINE, EXTENSIVE AND PROF
ITABLE bakery, lee cream and confection
ery business: nothing better and must be sold:
also, grocery, drygoods drug, cigar, china and
notion stores; printing office, butcher shop, baker
ies and other business chances. Free particulars.
SHEPAKD & CO.. 54 Finn ave. Jel6
FOB SALE SPLENDID BUSINESS CHANCE
Being obliged to leave Cincinnati to take
charge of foreign lnterestsl offer my business for
sale very cheap; a light manufacturing, artUtlc
business paying well, owing no debts and plenty
of orders from all parts of the United States: any
young man having (8.000 can secure a chance
seldom to be met with; no attention will be given
to letters unless signed by real name: best of rel
erences given and required: 1 will remain with
purchaser long enough to thoroughly teach him
the business Addrtss MANUFACTURER, care
S. H. Parvin's Sons Cincinnati, O. je 15-31
FOE SALE-BEN VENUE STATION, P. B. B.,
business site; large lot 250 feet along P.R.R.;
could be divided; price (3.000. MELLON BROS.,
6349 Station street. E. E. Jel6-K8
FOR SALE-jaXOCO -LARGE BRICK BUILD
ING, situated corner of Federal street and
North avenue. For particulars call on STKAUB
& MOI1K1S, corner VV ood street and Third avenue,
Plttsbnrg, Pa. Jel6-52
FOR SALE-SEVERAL PIECES OF PROP
ERTY on Fourth ave.: also a number or
pieces on Penn ave.. Smithfield st. and other
good streets; will take pleasure In slvlng full par
ticulars and showing survevs to parties desiring
to purchase. VV. C. STEWART. 114 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-(15.000-DESIRABLE BUSINESS
and dwelling property in East End: corner
lots; pays a good return on Investment and In
creasing in value; mortgage of ( now on
property, which can remain: special reasons for
selling. STKAUB & MORRIS, corner Wood street
aud Third avenue, Plttsbnrg. e!6-52
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Hone. Vehicles. Live Mock, etc
lOR SALE-FINE FBAZIEK ROAD CARTS,
C. v tor s. uu.. w uuquesne way. jeu-H
T7IOR SALE-GOOD FAMILY HORSE, PEtt
J1 FECTLY quiet: anyone can drive her In
quire M. A. PBESTON, Lang ave., Homewood,
B. E. el6-32
FOR SALE BAROUCHE AND HARNESS
and English buggy and harness: sold cheap
for want or use. Address DRIVER, Dispatch
TTOR SALE YOUNG MOCKING BIRDS
X; Guaranteed fine singers: also talking par
rots and pet anlmau, atESPICH'S Bird Store. 640
Smithfield street. Jel6-63-wsu
T7OK SALE-HORSES JUST ARRIVED. DO
1? you want a horse? irso, yon will save money
by going to Exposition track: coach, buggy, sad
dle, business and draught horses arriving dally.
JAS. MCKEOWN. Jel3-8
Machinery and Metals.
TTOK SALE LATHE 14-INCH BWING, 41
X; Inches between centers back gear. 9-lnch
chuck: can be arranged ror root power; good
condition; (50. Address LATHE. Dispatch office.
ror confectioners printers butchers etc.,
etc ; we have them in many styles and sires and
suited to every purpose, at very low prices
HARME'S MACHINE IUCPOT, 7 First ave,.
TJ40B BALE-10 TO 40 FONTS JOB TYPJE
JD (cheap), almost new. with eases: splendid
working foot-power press cheap for cash. Add ress
BUN, Dispatch office. JelS-87
TO LET-NEW HOUSES OF 4 ROOMS EACH;
all modern l.nprovements: Second ward, Al
legheny: last finished. U. ANDERSON, 83 Buens
Vista st. jel6-23
TO LET-ALLEGHENY-NEW TWO-STORY
mansard, pressed brick dwelling. S rooms:
allmodern conveniences; street cars pass thedonr;
cheap; (400 a year. Inquire 178 WASHINGTON
AVE.. Allegheny City. Jelg-21
TO LET-FURNISHED ROOM VERY DE
SIRABLE and suitable for one or two gen
tlemen; everything new and flrst-class. 428 PENN
TO LET FURNISHED BOO SIS WITH
kitchen, separate ice boxes: folding beds:
everything new; choice or rour large buildings. 41
LOGAN ST. Jel6-101
TO LET-SOME FINE UNFURNISHED
rooms suitable ror housekeeping; three store
rooms: good stands: low rent. For particulars
Inquire 44 FOURTH STEKEr. jeU-74-rsa
TOLET-FIVEOBSIXBOOMS IN SUBURB AN
residence. 5 minutes from Penn ave. cable
line: shade and spring water: rent low. Inquire 19
MA1ILDA ST., north side of Penn aye. Jel5-93
Offices. Devk Room. tc
rTIO LET-PHYSICLAN'S OFFICES. BACH
J ELOR'S quarters and dwelling, at 71 SIXTH.
TO LET-LARGE STOREROOM AND D WELL
INU'on Smithfield st. STKAUB & MORRIS.
106 Third ave. Jel6-52
E B S O N A L-BOOK3 WANTED IF YOU
have one book worth 10 cents or a library
worth (1,000, let us know: we will bny one as
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK STORE,
beventn Ave. Hotel bulldlnir. my3-28
PERSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOUB WIFE,
mother or daughters In repairing and clean
lug your old clothes when it can be done for a
trifle by DICKSON, the Tailor, cor. Fifth ave.
and Wood st., second floor Charges moderate:
facilities unsurpassed: suits made to order; spring
styles now ready, 'telephone 155a. mh8
STBAYED-A FAWN-COLORED MASTIFJ
bitch abont IK vears old, answers to the name
of Lady. A reward will be paid by return ofthe
same to HEEBEN BROS. & CO., 52a Wood st.
TJEWAKD-810O-A BOX ABOUT 3 OR4FEET
AX long and 2 feet high, covered with canvas and
marked "Consul General. San Francisco"; waa
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
hnndred dollars will be paid for its recovery ana
delivery at the Mayor's office, Altoona. Pa.
EDMD. H. TURN Eft. Mayor. LIANG TING
TSAU. Consul General. Je9-125
MASONIC NOTICE-THE MEMBERS OP
McCandless Lodge No. 390. F. dsA-It.
are hereby notified to attend a special meeting;
of the lodge on MONDAY, 17th INST., at 12.30
o'clock, to attend the funeral of Bro. James
Kirkpatrick. Train with funeral arrives at
Forty-third street station, A.V.K.R., at 2
o'clorfcp.jf. By order, W.H.
-VTOTICE THE MEMBERS OFIRON CITT
J.1 Lodge 187, 1. O. O. F., are requested to
meet at their hall. No. SI Fourth ave MON
DAY, JUNE 17, 1889. at IP. M.. to attend tho
funeral of onr late brother, Morgan Waters.
Members of sister lodges are cordially invited
to attend. By order
R. L. MARSHALL,
jel6-90 N. G.
MEETING THERE WILL BE A SPE
CIAL meeting of the members of Law
rence Council No. 61, Jr. O. U. A. M., To-DAT,
at 2 p. at., to take action on the death at our
late brother, J. P. Steigerwald.
By order of
C. "W. BIETHMJXLER,
WIN STERN, Councilor.
Rec Sec jel6-70
JR. O. V. A. M.
The members of Dnquesne Conncil No.
110, are requested to assemble at their hall.
No. 81 Fourth avenue, on SUNDAY. June 18,
at 9 A. 31. sharp, to attend the funeral of oar
late brother, John H. Basler.
Members or si3ter councils are cordially in
vi ted to attend.
j'elo-39 DANIEL G. EVANS. R. S.
"PVERY THURSDAY NIGHT
Grand Summer Nipht Receptions given by the)
Imperial Club, at Imperial Hall, corner Sev
enth avenue and Grant street. Music by the
Mozart and Royal Italian Orchestras. Ad
"These receptions are well attended and are
much pleasanter and less expensive than
p ALSTON SCHOOL HALL.
Thursday evening. June 20, I8S9.
THE BOOTH & BRIGHT
In the Great Bonier Drama entitled,
In three acts, for the boneflt of
THE JOHNSTOWN SURVIVORS.
Admission. 25 cents.
AUCTION SALE OF CARPETS, FURNI
TURE and household camels, TUESDAY
MORNING, JUNE 18. at 10 o'clock.
Handsome oak. walnnt, mahogany and cher
ry chamber suits, cabinets, desks, bookcases,
cheval glass, pier mirror, wardrobes, dressers,
washstands bedsteads, sideboards, hall racks,
extension tables, chiffoniers, folding beds, cen
ter tables pictures, clocks. lamps, rugs, cur
tains, toilet ware, dinner sets, bair and huslc
mattresses, springs, leathers, chairs and rock
ers, notions and fancy goods.
Full line of fine parlor suits in English rag
satin damask, silk plushes brocatelle reps,
tapestries and hair ciotb, fancy rockers, ele
gant Wilton velvet, moquet, body brussali,
English taps and ingrain carpets.
..Come and secure bargains
HENRY AUCTION CO.. LTM..
ASSIGNEES SALE OF A COAL MINE OK
line of C. V. R. R. Pursuant to order oi
the Court of Common Pleas No. Lat No. 4St
December term, 1SS8, the undersigned assignees
of the Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank of E. B.
will offer lor sale on the premises on THURS
DAY, June 20, at 1030 A. 3f. all their right, title,
interest and claim in and to a piece or tract of
coal described as follows: Being all the coal
underlying a certain tract or piece of land
situated in Scott township, Allegheny county,
pear Leasdale station, on the line of tho
Chartlers Valley Railroad, and known as Old
Glass Honse Farm and Coal works, containing
thirteen (13) acres more or less and being;
what remains of a larger tract of coal conveyed
by Thos Hnnter, High Sheriff of Allegheny
Connty, by bis deeds dated the 18th day o
December, 1880, and recorded in the Recorder's
office of said connty in deed book; voL 410,
pages 622 and 530, to the said Farmers and
Mechanics Bank: also all T iron pumps, boiler
and pipe, tipple and fixtures, sidings and rail
road iron thereto belonging; Terms of sale ten
per centum of the purchase money on dayot
sale and balance when deed is delivered
J. H. SORG, ) Assignees
H. J. BERG, Jr., I of
L. S.CUNNINGHAM, )F. andM. Bfc
THE JOHNSTOWN FLOOD.
A terrible contagion of diseases, such ag
Scarlet Fever, Diphtheria. Smallpox. Cholera,
and probably Yellow Fever, will be the resuli
If we do not use a preventative. The above can,
only beprevanted by using DR-BURGOON'S
System Renovator ana I do assure any one that
uses the renovator they are using the medical
properties of dandelion. Mayapple, bnchu,
quassia, cinchona, cascara sagrada, gentian,
sassafras, boneset, kidney wart,stillingia, Peru
vian hark, rhubarb and burdock. It acts
thoroughly on the digestive organs, the liver
and the kidneys Under its operation the lose
appetite returns, the bowels become open and
regular. It invigorates the stomach, it makes
theweakstrong.it builds up the nerves and
cleanses the blond of every imparity. While
and after nslni, it no disease will infect the
system. Lwill guarantee the health of all who
use it. For sale at all drng stores or by
jel3-5 No. 47 Ohio street, Allegheny, Pa.
FR SALE WHOLESALE PRODUCT
commission house, doing a business second
to none in the city; everythirg in flrst-class
rnnnlng order; this is an opportunity to step
into an established paying business that i
seldom offered: liberal terms, Address BUSI
NESS, Dispatch office. my2S-118-TTSSa
Walter J. osboitrns. kichabs uassows.
BARRQWB fc OSBOURNE
80 Diamond street.
TO EUROPE ALL THE POPULAR
steamers sailing this and aext month are
rapidly filling op. Apply for berths without
delay. Tickets, drafts and letters of credit at
N. Y. rates MAX SCHAMBERG 4 CO.. 6s7
Smithfield st myUursa