THE PITTSBUEGv DISPATCH,1 THURSDAY, APKLL 25, J889.
HOME ANDTHE STATE
Constitute the Twin Topics of Most
Interest Discussed by
THE CONVENTION OP EEFORMERS.
Immigrants, the Oath, Political Morals, and
"WIIil SUKDAT MAILS AND TBAINS STOP?
. "When the conference of the Rational Be
form Association was resumed yesterday
morning there were 300 to 400 delegates in
attendance, and there was fervent prayer at
the outset for the recovery of Eev. Dr. Jona
than Edwards, of Headville, whose serious
illness was announced.
The opening address hy Rev. James Mor
row, D. D., on "Ihe Nation's Responsi
bility for Her Immigrant Population,"
deprecated the general proneness of the
people to regard immigrants as a curse in the
line of pauperism. They brought and
created wealth among us. Particularly
mean and dishonorable was it for America
to treat Chinese immigrants as she did, in
view of the belter treatment our people re
ceive over there, and in view of the industry
and thrift of this class of immigrants.
"The Oath and Us Abuses, or Profanity a
National Evil," which was to have been
presented by Dr. Edwards, was discussed
by several, in his absence. Dr. McAllister
thought the oath, as mumblingly adminis
tered in our courts, a mere farce. Dr. Ste-
Tenson lamented that the Divinity was not
recoguized in administering the oath to the
"United States President. Profanity might
increase until this should be done. Dr.
Hibbard, on the Biblical injunction "Swear
Not at All," recommended the total aboli
tion of the oath, with affirmations as a sub
stitute. CHEiSTiAKrrr axd labob.
Then came the address on "The Labor
Problem, from a Christian Point of View,"
by President Charles A. Blanchard, of
"Wheaton College, Illinois. He 6aid there
were stars in a cloud-swept sky, such as the
sharing of dividends with workmen at Mil
waukee and the division of the profits among
employes at Pullman, 111. But there were
also devilish employers who were coniinu
ally extorting the greatest possible exaction,
and there was a law in pievalence in the
business world called supply and demand,
a law, the text ot which is, "Grind as much
as you can, and don't let the church inter
fere." Nevertheless, the church had power
to find the remedy and to enforce it by its
molding influence upon public opinion.
But before the church attempts to lift up
the working classes or to win their confi
dence, it must give them its hand and not
reach out a 10-loot pole. As for the church's
best method, it was to secure by law to the
wage worker as much improvement as
possible, and do the rest by spreading the
spirit of the gospel.
Dr. Blanchard presided at the afternoon
session. The meeting was opened with
prayer by Rev. J. D. Brownlee. Rev. Prof.
Aaron Rittenhouse, of Dickenson College,
was then introduced. He delivered an ad
dress on "Popular Objections to National
Relorm." Among other things, Pro!. Rit
tenhouse said that Christianityhas a right
ful place in the political organization of the
Government. It is an indispensable ele
ment in political life, and yet objections are
urged against it in the name of the State, of
Christ and ot conscience. Objections are
raised against Christianity in politics in
the name of the State because politics is a
non-Christian organization; in the name of
Christ, on the ground that His kingdom is
sot the world; in the name of conscience,be
cause it is recognized that religious scruples
ought to be observed, but to gain personal
ends they must be evaded.
A MISLEADING NOTION.
The allegation that the State is secnlar is
misleading. There is no non-moral sphere
among men. The civil government has to
do with moral and religious considerations
because it has to do with moral and relig
ious beings. The civil government cannot
ignore the higher nature in the man. The
highest end of the citizen must be the high
est end of the State. People say men can
not be made moral by law. But laws can
be made which will not legalize men to do
wrong. A State may become Christian
without becoming a State church just as a
business man may become a Christian
without transiorming his store into a chapel
and his employes into evangelists. Objec
tions are raised against the public school
system because the people do not want sec
ular education. The State is burdened with
the function of educating the children. The
church is burdened with the function of ed
ucating the children morally.
The Christian Government, instead of
ignoring conscience, must appeal to con
science. Let conscience speak and the
Bible will remain in the public schools; the
liquor traffic will hasten to its downfall and
the injustices to mankind will be over
thrown. ".The State and the Family" was dis
cussed by Rev. George K. Morris, D. D.,
of Philadelphia. He said marriage and re
ligion are twin pillars in the State. De
stroy religion and the basis of good govern
ment is destroyed. Make Government im
possible, and the infidels will be driven into
the support of religion. Permit marriage
to be damaged, and the Government is
undermined. Only by marriage can the
home exist, and the home is earth's most
precious thing. Here has woman found her
throne. Outside of the home she is a wan
derer a discredited competitor on the
WITHOUT THE HOME
there can be no State, no Nation, no Gov
ernment. Man also finds his true estate in
the home. There is no rest in the hotel or
boarding house. Outside of the home he is
in a perpetual storm, an unending battle.
The so-called principles of business to the
man without a home are but principles of
barbarism. How many men there are in
lousiness to-day that are as diabolical as were
the 'British fathers in the days of the hep
tarchy, when might was made rightl There
are business men to-day who go out to scalp
and skin their neighbors, and hang them ud
to dry that they may sell their carcasses.
Then they go home at night not home
but to their "boarding house, and count their
scalps. That's business!
The home is not a cheap thing. It is the
only place where there is a possibility of
the development of childhood. It is a
custom in London to discharge an employe
for getting married. This is the result of a
greedy, covetous attack upon the home.
TjVhat this Government wants to do is to
stop making people immoral by law. The
same principle applies to marriages. There
are multitudes of men who pass for moral
men who go into marriage hastily, knowing
that if they don't like it they can get out
again for fiOO or $200.
At the close of Dr. Morris address the
officers of the National Reform Association
took a position on the stage and were photo
Mrs. Mary A. "Woodbridge, Secretary of
the "World's "W. G. T. TJ.t was then intro
duced. She read a paper on the subject of
"Peace and Arbitration." Mrs. Wood
bridge held that all differences between na
tions onght to be settled by arbitration. She
reviewed the late Civil "War, and estimated
that if the matter had been settled by arbi
tration the nation would have saved 365,000
men and nearly $5,000,000.
STBOSO OBSEBVANCE OP SUSDAY.
Last night's session "was presided over bv
Mrs. "Woodbridge, of the "W. C. T. XT. Therp
was a large attendance. The meeting was
opened with an address by the Rev. Wilbur
F. Crafts, D. D., FMi Secretary of the
American Sabbath Union. Dr. Crafts re
ferred to the bill before Congress for the
purpose of stopping the mail service on
gundiT. -He held that it was practicable,
and referred to the postal system in London,
where no mail is distributed for the
whole 24 hours of the Sabbath. As
to the stopping of Sunday trains, he said
that they have the testimony of railroad
officials and engineers, to the effect that it
is practicable and desirable. He said he
believed that the President is onlywaiting
for the day of the inauguration centennial,
to render "it appropriate, to send out his
proclamation calling for Sunday rest in the
army. This proclamation, he "said, would
be a constitutional precedent for the meas
ure the convention is pushing.
He maintained that the most conscien
tious and best men are barredfrom the post
office service bv reason ot being compelled
to work on Sunday. Thus the service suf
fered. There is a Sunday rest law in the
Constitution of the United States, but it is a
monopoly for onejnan. That man is the
President, and the clause is the one that
savs he shall have ten days to consider bills,
"exclusive of Sundays." This, he said, is
the acorn, and it only remains for Congress
to let it grow into the wide-spreading oak in
the shape of this bill. '
IDEALS OF LIBEB.TT.
Referring to the cry of personal liberty,
he said it was preached to us by friends that
came from abroad. When they are asked
who taught them about liberty they say,
"Bismarck." The kind of liberty Bis
marck taught them was liberty lor one
man only to do as he pleased, and make
others please 'him, and that one man was
Mrs. Josephine C. Batcham, Superintend
ent of Sabbath Observance for the National
"Woman's Christian Temperance Union,
followed Dr. Crafts. She spoke on "The
Sabbath and How to Observe It."
The Rev. S. F. Scovil D. D., President
of Wooster "University, conclnded the even
ing with further remarks on the Sabbath
question. He detailed the two great sources
ot the opposition to the Sabbath reform, as
the ineradical depravity of human nature
which stands ready, underlying all, to aid
every measure and the greed of gain.
BATES TO OKLAHOMA.
The Chicago and Bock Island Road Issue
Tariffs for Boomers.
J. A. Hall, GeneralAgent of the Chicago,
Rock Island and Pacific Railroad in this
city, yesterday issued a tariff on shipments
from this city to the new Oklahoma country.
The rates given are from Chicago to Indian
Pond, the nearest railroad station to
Guthrie, the boomer's city, and are as fol
lows: First-class, SI 53; second, 1 25; third, SI 00;
fourth. SI; fifth, 70; class A, 70; B, 63; C, 44; D.
40X; E. 34 cents per 100 pounds. Iron and steel
fastenings, etc., less than carloads; 81 cents;
iron and steel rails, carloads, 41.4 cents; gas or
water cast Iron pipe, carloads. 4S cents; emK
grant movables, less than carloads, SI 35 per
THE EAST END PARADE.
Appointment of Staff Officers and Head
G. W. McCutcheon, as Marshal of the
East End division, Washington inaugural
parade, has appointed Captain George S.
Fulmer, of McPherson Post No. 117, G. A.
R., as Adjutant General, and John W.
Greist. of McCall division, No. 32, N. R.
K. ot P., as Chief of Staff.
Headquarters will he established in room
8, Moreland building, until 1 o'clock p. M.,
April 30, and then proceed to head column
KILLED IN A LAUNDET.
A Wringing Machine Cnnses tbo Death of
Mrs. Mary McCall.
Mrs. Mary McCall, a widow, residing on
Penn avenue, near Twenty-seventh street,
was accidentally killed yesterday morning
at Barnes Bros.' laundry. She was working
at a revolving wTinging'machine which was
running at a nigh rate of speed. In some
manner the top piece of the wringer flew off
ana struct ner in the arm ana breast.
The arm was badly torn and the blow
upon the breast produced internal injuries,
from which she died shortly afterward.
EEDUCTION IN FREIGHT RATES.
The Tariff on Pig and Mack Iron to the
Valleys to be Reduced.
The Pittsburg Committee of Freight
Agents will hold a meeting this morning to
recommend a reduction in the rates on pig
and muck iron from this city to the Mahon
ing and Shenango valleys. The rates from
all points in the valleys to this city was
reduced from 80 to 65 cents per gross ton.
These rates will take effect May 1. At
the meeting to-day the rates from this city
will be reduced to the same basis.
The Jack Plane on the Rond.
A Stowe township Supervisor was en
gaged yesterday running a four-horse jack
plane over the creek road out from Char-
tiers. It was working a great reform and
one that might be extended with profit over
all the roads leading to the oil fields back
of that section.
In Ills Favor.
Petitions have been sent to Washington
for a nolle pros in the proceedings against
Richard Nevins, Jr., recently the Superin
tendent ot the new Government buildings.
They urge his previous good character, and
speak of his repayment of the missing
A Severe Knock.
John Sweeney is lying at Mercy Hospital
with his shoulder dislocated, one rib broken
and several bad scalp wounds. When an
engine struck him on the Pennsylvania
Railroad at Latrobe, Wednesday night, it
knocked him over a 15-foot embankment.
A Serious Coarse
John "W. Brockie was brought to this city
yesterday by a deputy of the "United States
Marshal and placed in jail. He is the
postmaster of Mb Carmel, Northumberland
connty, and is charged with issuing fraudu
lent money orders for (1,000.
A Can of Carloos Coin.
A can containing $150 in counterfeit sil
ver coin is in the handsof Charles Sullivan,
Esq., of this city. It was found under the
floor of the house vacated by the "Woods
brothers in Cherry township, of Butler
Nothing Nctt Shown.
Another hearing was held yesterday in
the Daisy Hutchinson insanity proceedings.
Nothing of value was brought out in the
evidence of Dr. Frank Staude, Richard
Land and A. E. Wells.
A Utile Leaven Leaveneth the Whole
A disease in one part of the body will eventu
ally fill the whole body with disease. Every
year' or two some part of the system grows
weak and begins to decay. Snch part should
be removed at once, and new matter be al
lowed to take its place. There's no need of
cutting it ont with the surgeon's scalpel. Puree
away the old, diseased and wornont parts with
Brandreth's Fills. Then the new body will
take care of itself. Th
Excursion to New York to Centennial Anni
versary of Inauguration of Gen. Wash
The B. & O. R. R. will sell excursion
tickets to New York on Am-il 27 to 30,
inclusive, at rate of $13 32, round trip.
Tickets good for return passage until May
Wainut bedrobm suits, the greatest va
riety and at all prices at M. Seibert & Co. 'a
large furniture works, Lacock and Hope
streets, Allegheny, near railroad bridge.
The People's Store.
Read carefully our card about the prices
of carpets from the great New York auction
sale. Campbell & Dice.
BUILT IN A SEASON.
The Marvelous Growth of Ivnnhoe at the
Month of Montour Ran Great Grease
and Gas There, Snre.
"Unlike the city of Guthrie, in Oklahoma,
but like a greater city, Rome, Ivanhoe, at
the mouth of Montour run, Pittsburg and
Lake ErieRailroad, was not built in a day,
and probably will not be fully built for sev
eral days to come; but its progress in this
section of steady habits is somewhat of a
At the time of the last snow there was
only a town on paper there. Now miles of
streets have been laid out, board walks
built, a stone quarry stripped and the debris
used in the filling of low places, and several
houses have assumed shape, and there is a
bustle and activity about the place that
makes an old-time oil operator think of Pit
Then, too, the place lies on the gas belt,
and though .Robinson township is only
scratching its eyes open, it seems likely
to awake some of these mornings to the fact
that its worn-out knobs are underlaid with
rich stores of grease and gas. -
The conviction is almost strong enough to
reconcile the Prohibitionists there to prohi
bition, for, though it may not be generally
known, some people who have been talking
prohibition for years, are to-day anxiously
asking what the probable effect of its suc
cess is likely to be on business. .
FOR A MAGNIFICENT MANSION.
A Purchase of Land on Fifth Avcnuu for
860,000 Spot Cash.
One bf the heltiest real estate transactions
of the season, considering that the purchase
is believed to be merely for residence, was
effected yesterday by ex-Alderman John C.
Reiliy, No. 77 Diamond street. It was the
sale of 187 feet on Fifth avenue hy 526 feet
in depth, near Barton street, to James M.
Ferguson for $60,000 spot cash. The ground
belonged to the estate of the late John Bar
ton. Mr. Reiliy states that he understands that
Mr. Ferguson bonght the ground for a resi
dence site, and will put up a dwelling com
mensurate with the cost of the purchase.
FEESH FE0M OKLAHOMA.
Ex-Mayor Fulton Spraks of His Experi
ences so the Frontier.
Ex-Mayor Fulton has been in Oklahoma.
He only returned yesterday morning chuck
full of stories about the new country.
He said he had never in his life witnessed
so much excitement as he had seen out
there. But his advice is that a man should
think twice before determining to go there
by himself. The Mayor has made arrange;
ments with Pawnee Bill, who was in Pitts
burg last year, and be expects to own about
400 acres of land in Oklahoma very soon.
HIT BY A CAR EOOF.
The Wind Blows the Top Off a Freight Car
and a Man Is Injured.
The strong wind about 1 o'clock yesterday
afternoon cansed a 'probably fatal accident
to Thomas Malone.
The man was walking along West Carson
street when the storm commeneed. A train
was passing along Temperanceville station,
and the storm blew a roof off a westbound
freight train. Tne roof struck Malone and
knocked him to the ground.
He Dislikes the Official Mace.
Jerry Downey, who lives on "Webster ave
nue, made an information before Alderman
Richards yesterday charging Officer Rosen
blatt with aggravated assault and battery.
It is alleged by Downey that Rosenblatt
struck him several times on the head with
his mace while arresting him at the corner
ot Grant and Sixth avenue Sunday night.
He was arrested and gave $500 bail for a
Weak stomacb,Beecham's Pills act like magic
Peaks' Soap secures a beantiful complexion.
QPEC1AL MEETING OF MASTER BRICK
j" LAYERS' Association at Bonders' Ex
change, corner of Liberty and Ninth street,
Pittsburg. onFRIDAY EVENING, April 26,
1SS9, at 730 o'clock. By order of
PmsBUBG, Virginia akd Charleston 1
Rail-way Company, V
Pittsburg. April 20, 1889. )
Election Notice to Stockholders:
3flHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
L stockholders of the Pitts., Va. & Ch. By.
o. will be held at Union station (Room No. 8)
in the City of Pittsburg, on TUESDAY, May 7,
16S9, at 1130 o'clock A. M., for the purpose of
electing a Board or Managers, to serve for the
ensuing year, and for the transaction of snch
other business, as may properly come before
said meeting. By order of the President.
ap21-68 D. P. CORWIN. Secy.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
letters testamentary have been granted to
the undersigned on the estate ot Charles
Esplch, deceased. All persons owing or having
elalms against the said estate will please pre
sent them without delay to
mh21-69-Th LAURA ESPICH. Executrix.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
Thursday.Mav 9, 1689, the Pittsburg Plate
Glass Company will make application to the
Governor of Pennsylvania for an amendwent
of its charter in respect to the location of its
works and offlce.and authorizing said company
to own and operate works or factories located
elsewhere than in the county of Allegheny.
DALZELL, SCOTT fc GORDON,
apl8-83-Th Attorneys for said company.
AUCTION SALE AT THE ROOMS, NO.
311 Market St., FRIDAY MORNING,
April 28, at 10 o'clock. Fine silk and satin bro
catelle. Crushed, brocade and silk plashes,
tapestry and haircloth parlor suits, easy chairs,
couches," bed lonnges, fancy rockers, divans
and tetes, mahogany, walnut, oak and cherry
chamber suits, wardrobe&j folding beds, dress
ers, bedsteads, washstands, chairs and rockers,
library and center tables, bookcases, desks,
secretaries, cbeffoniers. hall racks, bideboards,
extension tables, cupboards, buffets, kitchen
tables and chairs, mattresses, springs, pillows
and bolsters, cabinets, lamps, notions, dishes,
and cooking utensils, elegant Brussels, velvets,
moqnets and ingrain carpets, stoves, refrigera
tor, pictures, rugs, curtains, etc These goods
must- all go the highest bidder, to make room
for Adam?' Express sale next Saturday morning.
HENRY AUCTION CO., Auctioneers. ap25-39
AUCTION SALE BEAUTIFUL SEWICK
LEY residence, cor. Logan and Thorn
St., only 4 minutes from station, SATURDAY,
APRIL 27, 1889, at 4 o'clock P. K., on the prem
ises, a good substantial frame dwelling of 8
large rooms, handsomely papered and painted,
bath, h. and e. water, slate roof, cistern, both
passes, all other conveniences necessary to
make a complete home; lot 115x153 feet, covered
with choice fruit and shrubbery: house open
for inspection; terms, one-third cash, balance
to suit. BLACK BAIRD, 95 Fourth ave.
OFFICE OF I
v Tbeasueeb of Allegheny County,
April 1, 1889.
In pursuance of the 21st section of an
act relating to Allegheny connty, approved the
1st day of May, 1SG1, and of the amendments of
the saidsection,approvedthe30th day of March,
1866,1 do hereby give notice that the dupli
cates for the several wards, boroughs and town
ships will be open and I will be prepared to re
ceive the county, State and poor taxes for
1SS9 on and after the
1ST DAY OF MAY, 1889.
Said taxes can be paid at this office until the
1st day of August with a deduction of 6 per
cent for prompt payment to all persons paying
the whole amount of their taxes. There will
be no reduction allowed during the month of
There will be 10 per cent added to all taxes
remaining unpaid on the 1st day of September,
apl-18-s ' Treasurer of Allegheny County.
41 Seventh avenue,
i. Pittuhnnr T
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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
For the accommodation oT the
publio, Branob. 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 bo prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with TIM DIS
THOMAS MCCAFKKKY, SM Butler street.
EMIL G. STTJCKEY, 2Ub street and Penn ave,
E. G. STUCKEY &CO Wylle ave. and FultonsL
N. bTOKELY, Firth Avenue Market House.
J. W. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenue.
JACOB SPOHN. Ho. 2 Carson street.
CHAS. SCHYVABM, 1T07 Carson street.
A. J. SAEKCHEU, 59 Federal street.
H. J. MCBRIUE, Federal and Ohio streets.
FEED H. EGGEBS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGE1W&SON, Ohio and Chestnut ts. ,
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS McHEN BY, Western and Irwin aves.
G."W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Beaver aves.
PEKRYM. GLEIM. Hebeccaand Allegheny aves.
WANTED A GOOD BAKBEE 8TEADY
work. Apply 2911 CARSON ST., S.S. aplS-54
WANTED-BOOKKEEPEK. IN QUI KE FOB S
days by sending address to BOOKKEEPER,
Dispatch office. ap24-93
WANTED-50 LABORERS ON WYL1E AV.
cable road at cor. Roberts St. and Wylle.
av. BOOTH i, FL1NN. apK-40
-TTTANTED-AT JKANNETTE-SIX (6) PLAS
TY TEREKS; TragejW CO ner day or nine hours;
bring tools. J. W. BENNETT. ap25-47
WANTED-A FRACTIOAL SLATE ROOFER
to take entire charge of roofing business.
Address ROOFER, Dispatch office. ap25-U
WANTED DBA FTSMAN, PATTERNMAK
ER and 4 machinists. Apply GENERAL
MANAGER, room 204, BIssel Block. ap24-49
WANTED-BOOKKEEPER WHO HAS HAD
experience and ta willing i do general
office work. BOX 276,.Ea6t Liverpool, Obfo.
-TTrA-NraW-A- PRACTICAL HARDWARE
tt man: flrst-class position for a wide-awake
man. Address HARDWARE, Dispatch office.
WANTED-2 MEN TO SELL TEAS, COF
FEE and spices to families: salarr and com
mission. Apply to ASSAM TEA CO., 4S03 Liberty
ANTED-STRONG BOY, IS TO 17 YEARS
of age, to make himself generally useful
about a store. SAMPMNER RICH, 819 Liberty
WANTED-A BLACKSMITH HELPER. ONE
to look after steam preferred. Call at
ELECTRIC MINING MACHINE CO., 139 Second
WANTED-A GOOD BARBER AND A BOY
with some experience. Apply at M. L.EIN
INGER'S, 83 Irwin ave., near Jackson St.. Alle
gheny. r ap25-46
WANTED-A GOOD TAILOR - STEADY
work Inside at bushellng and new work:
call at once. WATSON & KEITHEL, No. 13
Sixth St.. city. ap2S-52
TTr ANTED AGENTS FOR LINE OF SMALL J
wV RATnnlps one Appnt ha. PArnprl n MPMfftl
of W00 per month for six years; others from (100 to
P50. P. O. BOX 187L New York City. ap25-10
WANTED-REAL ESTATE SOLICITOR FOR
Allegheny City; young man of 18 years;
quick, active and Industrlons: resident preferred.
ALLE3 BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 107.
TTTTANTED-AN EXPERIENCED BREAD
TV baker or foreman: must thorourhty under
stand bread baking; good traces. Call on M. A.
H1TCHINS, 917 Walnut St., McKeesport, Pa.
-TTTANTED-DRUG CLERK-ONE WHO CAN
V furnish good recommendations as to quali
fications and character can bear of a good situa
tion by addressing BOX 1005, Pittsburg P. O.
WANTED-CATHOLIC MAN OF FAIR ED
UCATION; most be Industrious and will
ing; $15 weekly; position permanent; bring refer
ences. K.UNZ & CO., 62 fourth ave., upstairs.
TfJ-ANTED-MKM TO LEARN THE ART OT
YV cutting gentlemon's garments; finest system
known; no trying on required: night sessions;
terms moderate. URLINQ & SON, 514 Wood st.
WANTED GOOD CARPENTERS ACCUS
TOMED tb working In planing mill: must
be No. 1 bench hands: apDlyat once. JOHNS.
BOYD, West Diamond and Erie St., Allegheny.
WANTED-AN ACTIVE MAN LOCATED
ontslde Pittsburg. Salary 70 to flOO per
month to represent. In his locality, an old bouse;
references exchanged. BUSIN ESS, lock box 1610,
N. Y. oc7-48-Th
WANTED AGENTS TO SELL TEA. BAKING
powder and pure spices: gifts with goods;
coke workers, miners or mlllmen can makemoney
In their spare time. YAMASH1RO TEA CO.. 83
Jackson St., Allegheny, Pa. Ja26-86-TTS
WANTED IMMEDIATELY A GOOD
marble cuttar and a first-class marble
Jollsher. Address, stating lowest wages will work
or, no time for correspondence, DUNNING
MARBLE AND GRANITE CO., Erie. Pa.
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN, MARRIED OR
single, not less than 21 years or age: must
have some knowledge of keeping books; salary, to
commence with. S7 per week; answerln own hand
writing. Address WANT, care News Stand,
Union station. ap2S-43
T7-ANTED-3 mtST-CLABS MARBLE AND
YV 'granite salesmen; must have experience In
this line; one for the city of Pittsburg and Alle
gheny and two to travel elsewhere. Address,
stating experience. DUNNING MARBLE AND
GBAN1TECO., Erie, Pa. mh26-78
WANTED - BAD WRITERS AT SMART'S
COLLEGE, 4 Sixth street, Pittsburg. Pen
manship, bookkeeping, latest and best shorthand,
typewriting, arithmetic, etc, thoroughly taught
for S3 per month: instruction private for both
sexes; open dally 9 A. M. to 9 p. M. apI3-6-TT66u
WANTED-5 GOOD MEN BY THE LARGEST
house In its business In the United States
to represent them in Pittsburg and vlclnltv and to
handle their goods; positively guaranteed good
lnromes; business specially adapted to Insurance
men. Address B. A. C. Dispatch office. ap21-3
"YTTANTED-AN EXPERIENCED SALESMAN
Y V to sell a standard baking powder and other
grocery specialties on commission In Plttsbnrg
and vicinity. For particulars address, giving
yonr experience, what line sold and amount ox
sales per month, LOCK BOX 683, Cincinnati, O.
WANTEO-AGENTS ON SALARY; 75 PER
month and expenses paid any active man
or woman to sell our goods by sample and live at
home: salary paid promptly and expenses In ad
vance; full particulars and sample case free, we
mean just what "we say. Address SfANDARD
SILVERWARE CO.. Boston. Mass. fel8-3-D
TTrAN'rED-SALESMEN WE WISH A FEW
YV men to sell our goods by sample to the
wholesale andj-etall trade; largest manufacturers
In our line: Inclose 2-cent stamp: wages S3 per
day; permanent position.; no postals answered;
money advanced for wages, advertising, etc.
CENTENNIAL MAN'F'GW., Cincinnati; Ohio.
T7-ANTED-A GIRL ABOUT 18 YEARS OF
YV age. Inquire at No. 33 RESACA Sl,
T7"ANTED-A REFINED YOUNG LADY OF
YV eood address; permanent position. Address
LADY, Dispatch office. apSS-25
-TtTANTED-FINE SHIRTMAKER THAT CAN
Y V operate heeler & Wilson sewing machine.
WILL PRICE, 47 bixth st. ap25-23
WANTED -A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
WORK in a family of two: high wares
will be paid to a good girl. Apply 424 LIBERTY
ST., below Ferry. ap25-29
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework in a small family: no washing
and Ironing: good references required. 22 L1B
EBTYbT.. Allegheny. ap2Ml
ANTED-LADY AGENTS BEST LINE OF
ladles' and children's fnrnlihlnir ronds;
two new inventions this, spring; fioo monthly;
stamp for catalogue. E. H. CAMPBELL ft CO.,
484 Randolph st.. Chicago.
Boarders and Lodgers.
-TTTANTED-GENTLEMAN POR A CHEER
YV FUL, newly furnished room overlooking
large lawn on Western ave. Address D. L.. Dis
patch office. ap25-34
ANTED-A POSITION AS DRIVER. PRI
VATE" or llverw: nndemtAnri 7v f
horses. Address DRIVER, Dispatch office.
-TXrA.NTED-SlTtfATION AS A BOOKKEEP
YV ER, bill clerk, or a position In a wholesale
house; best of references given; deposit If re
quired. Address S. C. W Keystone Hotel, Pitts
WANTED BY A. GENTLEMAN WITH TEN
years' experience, a position in any of the
public schools of Allegheny co.; permanent cer
tificate and A 1 testimonials. Address TEACHER,
N o. 31 Fourth ave., Plttsbnrg. ap2-6-rhS
"TT7-ANTED POSITION BY FIRST-CLASS
,Yv drygooda salesman, arrived from Ireland;
eight years' experience, Trith a thorough knowl
edge or all departments: can prodnceDest refer
ence; wishes a trial; salary no object. Address
N. A. V Dispatch office. ' ap24-H
Blale and Penmle HelD.
WANTED COOKS, CHAMBERMAIDS,
dtning room girls, 100 bouse girls, German
and colored gins, man and wife for dairy. French
and German waiters, gardeners and farm hands.
MRS. E. THOMPSON, 603 Grant St.
WANTED-IMMEDIATELY. FARM HANDS
and vegetable gardeners, male and female
cooks far hotels, 200 bouse girls, chambermaids
and waitresses, dishwasher, pantry and store
room girls, cooks and chambermaids, $3 50 to 14
SerwtT.; col. girls. MEEHAN'S AGENCY, 545
rant s;. - ap22-o
WANTED MORTGAGES LARGE OR
small. ED. WITTISH. 410 Grant street,
YV in sums to suit at 4)4, 5 and 6 per cent.
GRAEB1NG ft LYON, 135 Fourth ave. ap6-el-D
WANTEO-MORTGAGES ON PROPERTY IN
either city; lowest rates of Interest. SPEN
CER ft ULOSSER, 419 Sroithneld st. mh53-7
XTANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
YV In sums to suit at i)i, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLE3 ft BAILEY, 161 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
WANTED-MORTGAGES ON CITY PBOP-
EBTY. over S4,O0O; rer cent; no tax.
HENRY A. WEAVER ft CO., KFourth avenue.
ANTED-HENTS COLLECTED PROMPT
LY; nrflnprtvniAnAnil with satisfaction.
ALLES ft BAILEY, 164 Fourth avenue, Tel. 167.
WANTED-PROPERTY OWNERS TO KNOW
that we loan money at4K, Sands per cent
without delay. REED B. COYLE ft CO.. 131
Fourth are. aplS-76-Trssu
WA Ti T E D -MORTGAGES IN ANY
amounts: 4K to 6 per cent: city and country:
no delay. SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO.. 99
Fourth avenue. Ja20-35-MThs
WANTED-MORTGAGES IN LARGE OR
small amounts, at tyi to 6 per cent, accord
ing to the size and kind of mortgage.. V. A.
HERRON ft SONS, No. 80 Fourth are.
WANTED-MORTGAGES-WE CAN LOAN
In sums of 500to20, 000 on Pittsburg. Alle
gheny or suburban Improved real estate at lowest
rates. ALEXANDER ft LEE, 813 W ood St.
WANTED TO LOAN 1500,000. IN AMOUNTS
of ?3,O0O and upward, on city and suburban
property, on 454 per cent, free of tax: also smaller
amounts at 5 and 6 per cent. BLACK ft BAIRD,
93 1 ourth avenue.
"TTTANTKD-TO LOAN 3X1,000 ON MORT
YV GAGES: (100 and upward at 6 per cent;
500,000 at 4M per cent on residences or business
pronertv: also In adjoining counties. S. H.
FREN CH, 125 fourth avenue. oc31-e84-D
"tTTTAMTED-HOUSES TO BENT, RENTS TO
YV collect, mortgages on city and suburban
pronertv at 4K. 5 and 6 Der cent: TjroDertvselected
and bought or sold on lowest commission: call for
new property list for ApriL J. DERMITT. 407
TTANTED-MOBTGAGES-tl, 000, 000TO LOAN
YV on city and suburban properties at 4M, Sand
6 per cent, and on (arms in Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 6 per cent: no money loaned out
of Pennsylvania. 1. M. PENNOCK ft SON, 103
Fourth avenue. ap7-f41
WANTED-TO MAKE LOAN3-WE HAVE
from 10,000 to (100,000 to loan on mortgages
on property in the city or county or adjoining
counties; all the details attended to In person and
without pubUcltv. JAS. W. DRAPE ft CO., 129
Fourth avenue, Pittsburg. ap23-92-MTTrs
WANTED-TO SELL STORE IN GOOD
location, doing nice business; suitable for
ladyorgent; about 81,200 required. ONLYBUSI
XE3S, Dispatch office. ap25-2
WANTED-HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND
store fixtures to sell at auction: storaee at
lowest rates. PITTSBURG AUCTION AND
BTOUAUE CO., S3 Third ave. ap23-31
WANTED-EVERYBODY TO KNOW THEY
can get cabinets for 11 per doz. of them
selves or little ones at AUFRECHT'S ELITE
GALLERY. 516 Market St., Pittsburg; elevator;
family groups and crayons a specialty. ap!9-39
FOR SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE -LOT ON MUTUAL (LATE
Neville) St., S. S., 58x144 feet, with brick
dwelling. I. J. WILSON, 149 Fourth ave. ap24-97
TTIOR SALE-SIX-ROOM FRAME HOUSE ON
Soho street, near Center avenue: lot 20x100
feet. SPENCER ft ULOSSER, 419 bmlthfleld St.
FORSALE-MT. WASHINGTON PROPERTY
Several houses with large lots on Virginia
ave.. Bertha, Wyoming and Grace sts., ranging
In prices from 81,600 to (3,000. C. BER1NGER ft
SON, 103 Fourth ave. ap25-36-ThSU
FOR SALE BLUFF STREET, NEAR COL
LEGE, new brick houses rooms, ball, bath
room, inside w. c, finished basement: a complete
house, all late Improvements; lot 23 feet 9 inches
by 133 feet. ROBERT COWARD, No. 20 Bluff
FOR SALE-CHEAP-ON FEDERAL ST., A
2-story brick dwelling containing 10 large
roomiC bathroom, stationary washstands, laun
drr, furnace! all conveniences, lot 25x125 to an
alley, good stable in the rear; call at office and get
the particulars of this desirable and reasonable
priced property. BLACK ft UA1RD, 95 Fourth
FOR SALE A MAGNIFICENT BLUFF
street residence, overlooking the Monbnga
hela river, containing 8 elegant large and hand
somely papered rooms, bath, large closets, range,b,
and c.water. Inside w. c, washstands, both gases,
slate mantels; all the modern conveuiences; a de
sirable neighborhood; this property will be sold
cheap If taken at once; immediate possession.
BLACK 4 HAIKU, 95 Fourth ave.
East End Resiaencew.
FOR BALE-GENUINE BARGAIN-HOUSE
and lot, 25x130 feet, East End: 4 minutes' walk
from cable cars and P. R. R.: frame house 7
rooms. L J. WILSON, 149 Fourth ave. ap24-94
OR SALE-ON FIFTH AVE., OAKLAND,
lot 24x178. to a 20-foot allev. 2-storv frame
building of 6 rooms and storeroom; 7,000 cash.
THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth ave. l
FOR 8ALE-A BEAUTIFUL E. E. RESI
DENCE property, 10 rooms, all modern Im
provements, large grounds; price very low: call
and sec photo and plans. W. W. MCNEILL ft
BRO., 105 Fourth ave. ap25-37
IOR SALE-NEW ARTISTIC BRICK DWELL
ING. 6 rooms, large halls, attic bath, eases.
porches, and large lot 46x120, Rlppey street; all
street improvements paid for: low price and easy
terms. MELLON BROS., 6349 station St., E. E.
FOR SALE-A ROMANTIC SPOT WITH
large shade trees, 5 mltfutes walk from
either cable line to the most desirable lot: 46x
122, Rlppey street: all street improvements paid;
very low price. MELLON BROS., 6349 Station St.,
E. E. an23-33-TT
FOR BALE-DESIRABLE EAST END RESI
DENCE, near Penn avenue cable line; lot lG5x
100 feet, with large dwelling or 10 rooms: beauti
fully located on Rebecca st. (Just paved, Twen
tieth ward; must be sold quick. W. A. HERRON
ft SON 8. N o. 80 Fourth ave. api7-80-17, 20, 25, 28
FOR SALE-ON FIFTH AVE-.NEAR DITH
RIDUEst. ; lot 50x160 to a street; brick house,
3 rooms, pantry and large ball on first floor, 3
rooms and bath on second floor. 2 good rooms In
mansard, good front porch, etc.. everything In
good condition. THOS. LIGGETT, 114 Fourth
FOR SALE-ON OENNISON AVE., CORNER
lot 60x150, new brick house, reception hall.
Sarlor. dining room, kitchen and pantrvon first
oor; 4 bed rooms and bath on second floor; 4 good
rooms lu attic: elegant neighborhood; 2 minutes'
walk from Fifth ave. cable cars: electric bell and
all modern improvements. THOS. LIGGETf. 114
Fourth ttTe. ap21-20-MTTrssn
FOR SALE-A HANDSOME EAST END
stone residence, carriage, porch, hardwood
staircase and, reception hall, tower, laundry,
bath, 10 elegant large rooms: all the latest Im
provements and conveniences: asphalt paved
streets, good location and near P. R. R.; for fur
ther pal tlculars call at office. BLACK & BAIRD,
95 Fourth ave. ap23-S3
T710RSALE-QUEEN ANNE FRAME DWELL
X? ING, close to Pennsylvania Railroad, on as-
Shalt paved St., 10 rooms, reception hall, bay wln
owlq dining room, hard wood staircase, stained
glass windows, china closet, range, bath. Inside
w.c , laundry with stationary tubs, slate mantels,
furnace, natural gas, complete sewerage, flag
stone sidewalks, large lot, 50x100 feet; terms, (L 000
cash: balance to suit buyer. BLACK ft BAIRD.95
Fourth ave. ap23-84-D
FOR SALE A BEAUTIFUL ROUP bTREET
residence, containing nine elegantly papered
rooms, four of which are on first floor (parlor,
library, dining room, kltchen)hall, bath, laundry,
natural gas, all modern conveniences, large lot.
Thlsflne home Isoneof tbemost desirable locations
in the East End convenient to P. R. R. and Fifth
avenue cable cars and will be sold cheap as owner
Is leaving the city. BLACK ft BAIRD, 95 Fonrth
FOR SALE-ON FIFTH AVENUE NEAR
O'Hara St., E. E., lot 58x220 to a street,
brick house of 7 rooms, bath room and pantry,
basement laundry and cellar, ball In center of the
house, large front and back porches, natural gas.
etc.; elegant neighborhood; ahoilt 9 mln. walk
from Roup sta. and on line of Fifth ave. cable
cars: stable on rear of lot:10,000 for all, or $3. 500
for house and lot; 110 ft. deep. THOS. LIGGETT,
114 Fonrth ave. ap21-20-MTuThFSSu
FOR SALE-HANDSOME MODERN HOUSE,
all conveniences and large lot, choice loca
tion. Bid well street, Allegheny; low price;
easy terms. JNO. H. M'CREERY, 95 Fifth ave.
FOR SALE-ON LIBERTY ST., ALLEGHEN Y.
lot 25x90, 3-story pressed brick front of 9
rooms, hall, vestibule, bath, hot and cold water,
inside w. c, etc; evervthlng complete and very
desirably located; 87,000. THOS. LIGGETT, 114
Fourth ave. ap21-20-arrTFssu
FOR SALE-NORTH CANAL ST., ALLEGHE
NY, lot 110x284 feet, with a large and spacious
residence; desirable location for a public institu
tion or manufactory, or would sub-divide to a
great advantage. W. A. HERRON ft SONS.
No. 80 Fourth ave. apl7-S0-17,20,25,28
FOR SALE BEAVER AVE. ALLEGHENY,
an excellent modern brick dwelling of 13
rooms, bath, laundry, etc : everything In good
order; stable; large lot, with room Sot 4 more
houses: cheap to quick buyer. SAMUEL W.
BLACK a CO., 99 Fourth ave. ap23-85-TTS
FIR BALE-ARCH ST., NEAR STOCKTON
ave., new brick house, S rooms, batb. com
plete laundry, large closets and pantry, furnace,
fine mantels, pressed brick front, wide lot, side,
entrance; cheap to quick buyer. SAMUEL W.
BLACK ft CO., W Fourth aye, ap-88-ns
FOH SALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
1710 R SALE-fcECUNa AVE., HAZELWOOD-
Thehandsome residence property of Gee. H.
Anderson, Esq. : a modern dwelling of 11 rooms,
bath, laundry, all conveniences, large porches,
etc.; good stable and carriage house: beautiful
grounds, either 2 or 4 ai-rear shade and fruit trees.
SAMUEL.W. BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave.
TTIOR SALE-NEW HOUSE, SIX BOOMS, AT
X TIC and hall, heating and illuminating gas.
chandeliers, slate mantels, tile hearths, water in
kitchen, large porch, river view. SAMUEL
SLEETH, Avalon station, Ft. Wayne Road.
FOR SALE-875 CASH, BALANCE 15 MONTH
LY, buys new brick dwelling. 5 rooms,
torches, gas, water, etc.; lot 18x100; price, 82,100;
Ullau St., adjoining Beltzboover borough.
ALLES ft BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE BLUFF ST.. NEAR COLLEGE,
lot 28 ft. 9 in. by 141 ft. ROBERT COWARD,
20 Bluff st. mhlO-2S-TTSsa
. East End Lots.
FOR SALE-ONLY 81,000 FOR A CORNER
lot 30x94 ft., with sewer expense paid, on
Alkcn, near Firth avenue, Sbadyslde. W. A.
HEBRON ft SONS, 80 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE-ELYSIAN AVENUE. 3 SQUARES
from Torrent station, near Boulevard Place.
2 choice lots 24x100 each; good location; price 8300
each. MELLON BROS.. 6349 Station St., E. E.
FOR SALE WORTH YOUR WHILE TO EX
AMINE 2 extremely handsome building lots,
24x125 Grazier street: 3 minutes' walk from Home
wood station :low price and good terms. MELLON
BROS., 6349 Station St., E. E. ap23-33-TT
FOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS AT DALLAS STA
TION. P. R. R . convenient to steam and
street cars; cheap and on easy terms: situation un
surpassed; price ranging from 8406 to tCOO. Inquire
of D. C. NEGLE1, 6106 Penn ave., East End.
FOR SALE-GILT -EDGE RESIDENCE PROP
ERTY Where can yon find better bargains
than in the Baum Grove? ,NegIey ave. is fast be
coming the most fashionable thoroughfare from
Fifth ave. to Bntler street: low prices and money
to build. MELLON BROS., 6349 Station St., E.
E., or JOHN F. BAXTER, 512 Smlthfleld St.
FOR SALE-CHOICE PARK LOTS ON NORTH
ave. of any desired width, and very deep
especially desirable for fine residences. SAMUEL
WT BLACK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave. ap23-S8-TTS
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 MCNAUGHEE, 43 N, Diamond St.
FOR SALE-CHURCH AVE.. NEARFEDERAL
street. Allegheny, fine lot 56x91 to N. Canal
street: first-class location for warehouse or llgbt
manufacturings SAMUEL W. BLACK ft CO.. 99
Fourth ave. ap23-88-TTS
TTIOR SALE-LINDEN, OSGOOD AND MAPLE
.J avenues, '."Osgood Place," fine large lota only
15 minutes' walk to the Market House; near the
electric cars and Incline; good Investment; low
S rices: enhancement certain. SAMUEL W.
LACK ft CO., 09 Fourth ave. ap2-69-Th
FOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL, LARGE LOTS,
New Brighton road. Eleventh ward, Alle
gheny: Mrs. Cooper's place, near second toll, is
being sold In lots 40x200 and 90x150; we will be on
premises Saturday, 27th Inst., from 3 till 5 o'clock,
to exhibit and sell these lots. A. LEGGATE ft
SON, Agents, 31 Federal street.
IOR SALE-CHOICE LOTS AT HAZELWOOD.
i. J. wiusua, i4ii n ourtu ave. ap-i-w
IOR SALE-A FEW VERY DESIBABLE LOTS,
60x120. in the North Homestead plan, near
uity farm ana neaung station ana opposite me
town of Homestead, and onlv a short walk from
Swlssvale on the P. R. R. : we will sell a few of
these lots to the first pnrcnasers for less than their
value and on easy payments. C. H. LOVE, 93
Fourth avenue. ap23-87-TT8
FOR SALE-200 FINE BUILDING LOTS ON
Lincoln avenue, borough of West Bellevne,
only 5 minutes' walk from Avalon station. P.. Ft.
W. ft C. R. R.. and 10 minutes' ride from city, on
line of projected electric road; price from 8200 to
8400 each; terms, (25 cash, balance In monthly
payments, without interest. GRAEBING ft
LjfON, 135 Fourth avenue. ap25-12
FOR SALE-63 ACRES, WITH EXCELLENT
limestone quarry at railroad, and river close
to city; coalhouse, barn, orchard, outbuildings:
830 per acre. ED. WITTISH, 410 Grant St., Pins
burg, "New List." ap25-D
FOR SALE-A VERY FINE FARM UE113
acres, 2 miles from C. ft P. R. R , In Colum
biana Co., Ohio:' good home; new barn: orchard:
well fenced; good water, etc. Finest farm in the
county. C. BERINGER&SON, 103 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE A 1 FARM OF 48 ACRES ON BIG
Sewlckley creek, 1 mile from Fair Oaks, Fort
Wayne R. R.; about 15 acres rich creek bottom;
orchard: frame nouse, 7 rooms; barn and other
outbuildings. C. BERINGER ft SON. 103 Fourth
FOR SALE-A GOOD FARM OF 200 ACRES It.'
Monroe connty, Ohio: water In nearly every
field; large orchard,-new lrame house, 6 rooms;
large bank barn; price only 84,000. or will ex
change for other property, 0. BERINGER ft
SON, 103Fonrthrave. ap25-36-MThs
FOR SALE A SMALL FARM OF 20 ACRES,
lmile from Shousetown, P. ft L. E. R. B.;
running stream through thpproptrtr; good young
orchard: new two-story house of 6 rooms, hall,
good cellar, etc.: bank barn, etc.: price only
83,500. C. BERINGER 4 SON, 103 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-F1F1H AVENUE PROPERTY-A
choice piece near new Court House. Call at
the office for full particulars. BLACK ft BAIRD.
95 Fourth ave ap23-85
FOR S A LE ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. HOTELS,
boarding bouses, cottages, lots and bath
houses to let or for sale by I. G. ADAMS CO.,
real estate agents. Real Estate and Law Building,
Atlantic City. N. J. apo-S-D
FOR BALE-84.800-CHEAPEST PROPERTY
In the.market, consistlngof X lots and 3houses;
one house cost 89.000 to build; this Is sure 12 to IS
per cent Investment; must be sold soon. SPEN
CER ft ULOSSER. 419 Smlthfleld st. ap23-53
FOR SALE-OR EXCHANGE-THOSE BEAU
TIFUL grounds known as "Nesbannock Falls
Park, " containing 10 acres, on line of railroad;
easy access to city; picnics held dally during sum
mer season; very attractive for summer boarders:
fine buildings and drives: splendid boating and
fishing; very cheap and a paying investment to
ine ngnt party, uaauiiau s liua, uo
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
FOR SALE-DRUGSTORE IN GOOD COUN
TRY town; only store In town; will sell cheap.
can or address UAi ur.bKA.ruK, v., J. ft st. L.
Fourth ave. station.
FOR BALE-A FUtST-CLASS BOARDING
house, furniture, good-will, etc.; doing a
good business and in a first-class location In the
heart of the city. C. BEBLNGER ft SON, 103
Fourth ave. ap25-36-MThs
OR SALE-GENERAL STORE IN COUNTY
seat within 40 miles of Pittsburg, doing a busi
ness of 830, 000 per year; ill health the only cause
for selling. Inquire of J. A. NEWELL, care
Arbuckles ft Co., Liberty st. ap9-35-TT3
FOR SALE-000 ACRES OF COAL LAND, ALL
tested, with two mines in full operation: com
plete modern equipments; situated in Western
Pennsylvania, on two main lines of railroad. For
particulars address LOCK BOX 17, Mercer. Pa.
FOR SALE-GROCERY STORE: OLD-ESTABLISHED
business; on a prominent avenue In
Allegheny, with a good paying trade; will sell by
Invoice or In a lump; good reasons for selling;
owner leaving city. Address F. B. H , Alle
gheny. , ap23-59-E0D
IJOR SALE SEVERAL FINE GROCERY
X stores In Alleghen and Pittsburg at low
firlces; drug stores, cigar rtores, bakeries, con
ectloneries,. boarding bouses, shoe stores, print
ing office, coal works, gents' furnishing store,
hotels; ail good business openings. SUEPARD
ft CO., M Fifth ave. apl
FOR SALE-CORNER FIFTH AVENUE AND
High street That elegant business property;
sure to enhance Is value. SPENCER ft GLOSSER,
419 Smlthfleld st. ap23-57
FOR SALE-SIXTH STREET BUSINESS PROP
ERTY, wide deep lot, good building: rented
so as to pay 7 per cent net above all expenses on
rlce asked: value sure to enhance. SAMUEL W.
LA CK ft CO., 99 Fourth ave. ap23-88-TTS
FOR SALE-OR EXCHANGE A FINE PROP
ERTY In Athens county. O., consisting or a
ID-room boose, storehouse, etc. ; suitable for hotel,
with license: also a farm adjoining of 120 acres.
C. BERINGER ft SON, 103 Fourth ave.
FORSALE-3 LICENSED HOTELS, ONE IN
Beaver county, one in Lawrence county and
one in Ohio: the above hotels are centrally located
and on line of railroad; prices from $3,000 to ga.000.
For particulars call or address THOS. LIGGETT,
114 Fourth ave. ac05-l-Tissa
FOR SALE-LOT.' SHARPSBURO, 100 FT. ON
Seventh, st. and W. P. R. R.: good manu
facturing site I. J, WILSON, 149 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE-MANUFACTURING 8ITE OF 10
acres; price low; BalfWorks statlln: front
ing the Monongahela river and the B. ft O. R. R.
Full Information from W. A. HERRON ft SONS,
N o. 80 Fonrth ave.- apl7-80-17, 20. 25. 28
PE R B O N A L-BOOK8 WANTEU-IF YOU
have one book worth 10 cents, or a library
worth 84,000, let us know: we will buy one as
quickly as the other. LEVI'S BOOK bTORE,
Seventh Ave. Hotel building. fe20
TERSONAL-WHY TROUBLE YOUR WIFE,
JL 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 madeto order: spring
styles now ready, ldephoheUM, mh3
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
. Slachlnerr and Metals.
FOR SALE-2 HORIZONTAL ENGINES, 18x22.
1 Ball engine, 1 small dynamo and 2 lamps and
meat choppers, rendering kettles, etc VELTE ft
MCDONALD, Penn ave., cor. Thirty-second st.
TTtOR SALE-IRON PLANER, 24-1N.X5 FT.:
X1 Howe metal scales, vertical boiler, 44 In. x 8
ft. and smaller sizes: vertical and horizontal en
gines: miscellaneous machinery. FAHEY ft
PFALLER. Faber and Washington sts., near
Union depot. ap24-v35X-TTS
Horses. Vehicles. Live Stock, dee.
FOR SALE-GOOD. OV1EI DRIVING HORSE,
buggy and harness: will be sold cheap by
owner for want of use. Can be seen at BURNS ft
JAHN 'S stable. 549 Grant st. ap20-96-TTS
TO LET NEW " SEVEN-ROOMKD HOUSE
816. J. W. LOWRY, Ridge St., near Thirty
third St. . ap23-34
TO LET-COTTAGE HOUSE ON MT. WASH
INGTON, cor. Gray and Dllworth streets:
baa ten rooms, large lot; is supplied with natural
gas and city water; will be divided to snit two
tenants. Inquire at A. GABB1SON FOUNDRY
GO. 'S OFFICE, 10 and 12 Wood St. apSM7
East End Residences.
TO LET NO. 218 COLTART SQUARE, OAK
LAND: new house 9 rooms, latest style,
thoroughly convenlenced; two squares from cable
cars: location and. surroundings first-class. W.
A. HEREON ft SONS, No. 80 Fourth ave.
TO LET A COMFORTABLE DWELLING,
No. 170 Arch street. Allegheny City. Inquire
of MRS. T. G. HERRON, No. 160 Sandusky street.
TO LET-A SUMMER RESIDENCE IN A
pleasant location near the Monongahela
river. For farther particulars apply to WJL Mc
MAHON, Lock No 4, Pa. ap25-3
10 LET-FURNISHED HOUSE ON NEVILLE
T.l.nil Mnnilta lllrmnnt s t V 1 1
, , A914UU vpvoitb ariAuiuus ota, j. m; jw "
Ry.: large grounds and fruit. Inquire G. W.C.
JOHNSTON. 94 ater St.. Plttsbnrg, Pa. ap25-44
TO LET-A 5-ROOM HOUSE IN BELLEVUE,
close to Jack's Run station: large lot: also a
corner bouse with 6 rooms: fine store In Alle
gheny. Inquire at ROOM 4, 1036 Penn are.
rpo LET-RESIDENCE OF TEN ROOMS WITH
JL twelve acres of good land, at Edgeworth sta
tion, Sewlckley: would make a delightful summer
resort. Inquire of 1. M. PENN OCX ft SON .
TOLET-(99)-IN SEWICKLEY-THE BRICK
residence of James Adair. Broad street, one
6qnare lrom station; completely furnished; lmme
aiate possession, bajiuilxi v. jiLAta s. w.,
99 Fourth ave. apH-61-MTT
mo LET MY HOUSE. THIRTEEN ROOMS.
JL at Laurel Station, Ft. Wayne road, all mod
ern Improvements, stable and carnage house, two
acres ground, with liver view. Inquire Qn prem
ises, or at 2itf jcock street, juiegneny. vju. a.
Offices. Deik Room. tc
mo LET-OFFICES CHEAP. ON FOURTH
I ave.. In the midst of financial center. In Dall-
moyer oiock. ,v. a. Aijntvun a owjio. no. oj
Fourth ave. ap6-34-6,9,12,15,18,22,25.23
TO LET-GEKMAN1A SAVINGS BANK
building, corner Wood and Diamond streets-
four onices at low rent; one single omce, isxaj,ana
two connecting offices, 20x26 and 15x18; one single
nffiee. 17x15: all snlendldlr lighted: finished in
modern style; all newly painted and papered: pos
session ai once. jnnao-ii
rT10 LET-OUR "TO LET" LIST, A3 HERETO
JL FORE Issued from our office, is now pub-
llsnea every weanesaayiwitnoai expense loiana'
lordslln The Dispatch only. SAMUEL W,
BLACK ft CO.. 99 Fonrth ave. an3-88-MTwTT
T OST-LADY'S SILVER WATCH AND
JU Chain. Suitable reward by addressing
WATCH, Dispatch office. ap25-l
TIT A V INAUGURATION OF THE
lVI I NEW EXPOSIIION BUILDING.
AND TWO AFTERNOON CONCERTS,
TUESDAYnEVENING, MAY 21s
HERB ANTON SEIDL, Musical Director.
ORCHESTRA OF 100 MUSICIANS,
CHORUS OF 600 VOICES.
-Ticket for Single Concerts, S3, $2, 11 and
50c. according to location.
Season Tickets, $12 o0, S3 and S3, according
Private Boxes, seating six,
S10O for the season.
CAT TT flT? MAY 2d HAMILTON'S
Jtl-.r, KJT MUSIC STORE.
Grand Opera House Extra
E. D. WILT Lessee andManager.
WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY,
The Sterling; Comedy Drama,
ALONE IN LONDON,
Presented by the Brooklyn Park Theater Co.
under the Direction of
SINN AND DeSHETLEY.
SEATS NOW ON SALE. ap&55
Week April 22.
THE MAIN LINE,
Next week, "UNCLE TOM'S CABIN.
BASEBALL TO-D AY
LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME.
CHICAGO VS ALLEGHENY.
Game at 3.45. Admission, 60c.
Train from Union depot at 320. ap2S61
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Every Evening. Matinee Saturday,
The World's Greatest Magician,
Week April 29 Alone in London. ap21-ll
GRAND CENTRAL RINK
To-nlgbr, Matinees Tuesday, Wednesday,
Friday and Saturday.
HURLBURT'S HORSE SHOW.
Horses. Dogs and Ponies. Admission, 25, 35 and
60 cents. Matinees at 2 P. M. Night at 8. ap23
in VOYAGE EN. SUISSE.
Next week The Howard. Athenaeum Star
Specialty Company. ap25
ARRY WILLIAMS ACADEMY
To-night, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday
LEAvrrrs follyand burlesque co.
MONTE CR1STO. JR. ap21-36
Dry Gnnda Stnre
Has been doing an annnal business of 135,000.
Will sell at a dlsconnt'of 25 per cent for cash or
Owner engaged in othor business and desires
to sell immediately. Address
ap24-61 W.K.. P.O. Box 632, City.
Ferrysville avenne, at Terminus of Federal
Street Electric Railway.
Private sales each day from 9 A. M. to 5 p. sr,
except pnblic sales
EVERY SATURDAY AT 2 O'CLOCK,
On the Premises.
T.E. McCnmsey Trill be found on the grounds
each day to give all information desired.
Electric cars leave Allegheny P.O. every 15
mlnntes. Plans and particulars from A.J.
413 Grant St., or 24S Federal st, Allegheny.
GON8UMEYOUR OWN GARBAGE IN
stoves and ranges -while using the same for
cooking, or any other purpose, by using the
Eureka Garbage Burner. For illustrative cir
cular, containing full Information, call oa or
68 East Diamond street
-VTOTTfTE TB HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
IN reports of viewers on the openings of
Fifty-first street,! rom Bntlerstreet to the Alla-
gnenj nvei. bdu cuier avenuB, uuui aiw
avenna tn TTIIand avenne. have been aDDrovei
by Councils, which action will be final unless.
an appeal is mea in tne conn ot commas
Pleas within ten (10) days from date, t
Xi. Al. UUiUI w .
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PTrTSBnBG. April 25, 1S89. ap2S-6S
NOTICE IS HERUBY GIVEN THAT
the reports of the viewers on the con
struction ot sewers on Sheridan street, from
Station to Hoereler street; Rodman street?
fromHUand avenne to Sheridan street: Na--trona
alley, from Fifty-fourth to Fifty-third
streets, and Hoeveler street from Hiland
avenue to Collins avenne, have been approved
by Councils, which action win oe nnai unless
an appeal is Died in the Court of Common Plea?
within ten (10) days from date.
E.M. BIGELOW; -Chief
of Department of Public Works.
PrrrsBTrao. April 25, 1889. ap25-69
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the report of viewers on the damages
cansed by the grading; of Natrona alley, from
Stanton avenne to Fifty-second street, has
been approved by Councils, which action will
be final unless an appeal is filed in the Court of.
Common Pleas within' ten (10) days from data.
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
PnTSBtTBO. April 25, 1889- ap2S0
Office of DzPAETjnarr or chabtttes, i
Pittsburg, April 15, 1889.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at the office of the City Controller
until Friday. April 28, 1889. at 2 o'clock F. Jt.
for furnishing 800 barrels straight family flour,
20 barrels graham flour, 40.000 pounds brown
middlings, 60.000 pounds bian, 10,000 pounds
oil meal, 10,000 pounds screenings, 8,000
pounds kiln dried corn meal. To be delivered,
at City Farm; flour In seamless sacks. Blanks,
bonds and all information famished
at the office of Chief of Department; 177 Fourth
avenne. Bonds in double the amount of tba
bids most accompany each proposal, said bonds
to be probated before the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves the right
to reiect anv or all bids. R. C ELLIOTT.
aplS-11 Chief of Department of Chanties. -M
fV.TY TAXES NOTICE IS HEREBY
j given that the duplicates for March and'
September installments of City. Special and
Bub-District School Taxes for the yearl8S9
have been placed in my hands for collection by
the Board of Assessors authorized to assess the
First installment of City Taxes payable in
March or April, second installment payable In
April or September. Five per cent discount al
lowed on second installment only, if paid with
first; installment in month of March, bnt no
discount is allowed on first installment.
Business Tax and Water Rents payable in
month of June. Five per cent added on all
delinquent taxes on May 1, on July 1 for Busi
ness Tax and Water Rents, and October 1 for
second installment of City Taxes.
No statement furnished nnles3 yon Intend
paying yonr taxes with checks.
Office will be kept open on last Saturday la
March and ApriL until 8 o'clock p. if.
J. F. DENNISTON,
mhl4-100-D City Treasurer.
SEPARATE AND SEALED PROPOSALS
will be received at the office of the City
Controller until Saturday, April 27, 1889, at 2
o'clock B. jr., for tbo excavation and masonry
for the extra foundation of No. 4 police station.
Also, for remodeling and fitting up third floor
of No. 3 fire engine bouse.
Also, for repairs to plumbing work in No. 11
engine house, corner of Ninth and Bingham,
Plans and specification can be seen at the
general office of the Department of Public
Bonds in donble the amount of each bid will
be required, said bonds to be probated before
the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Departm ent of Awards reserves the righr
to reject any or all bids.
J. O. BROWN,
Chief of the Department of Public Safety.
CJEPARATE AND SEALED PROPOSALS
O will be received at the office of the City
Controller until Saturday. April 27. 1SS9. at 2 r
if., for printing and binding 300 copies of the
annual report of the Department of Pnblic
Safety, and for printing and binding 5j0 copies
of the report of the Board of Health for the.
year 1887, and, also, for printing and binding
00 copies of the report of the Bureau of Health
for the year 18S8.
All bids must be upon blanks furnished by
the Department of Public Safety.
Plans and specifications can be seen at tba
eneral office of the Department of Public
Bonds in double tho amount of each bid will
be required, said bonds to be probated before
the Mayor or City Clerk.
The Department of Awards reserves tho
right to reiect any or all bids.
,r J- O. BROWN,
Chief of the Department of Pnblic Safety.
City Treasurer s Office, i
Mnnlcipal Hall. Smlthfleld street. (
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ALL.
owners (whether residents or non-residents
of the city of Plttsbnrg) of drays, carts,
wagons, carriages, buggies, etc, must pay their
license at this office forthwith. All licenses not
paid on or before first Monday In March, 1888,
will be placed in the hands of police officers for
collection, subject to a collection fee ot 50
cents, and all persons neglecting to pay on or
before first Monday in May, 1889. will be sub
ject to a penalty doable the amount of the
license, to be recovered before the proper legal
authorities ot said city. The old metal plate of.
last year must be returned at tbe time licenses
are taken out, or 25 cents additional will bo
charged on the license. Rates of license: Each
one-horse vehicle, S6 00: each two-horse vehicle,
S10 00: each four-horse vehicle, $12 00: each foor
borse hack, S15 00: omnibus and timber wheels
drawn by two horses, 510 00. One extra dollar
will be charged for each additional horse used
In above specified vehicles.
J. F. DENNISTON,
feH-70-iy Citv Treasurer.
Pittsburg, Pa April 22. 18897
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
CEIVED at the office of the City Con
troller until Thursday, May 2, A. D. 1889, at 2
p. Jr., for the following, viz.:
Larking alley, from Sonth Twenty-fourth
street to a point abont 150 feet eastward!, 13- .
Carey alley, from end of present sewer near
east line of Sonth Twenty-ninth street, for a
distance of 450 feet westwardly; 12 and 15-inch
Meyran street, from crown between Lonlsa
and Bates streets, to Louisa street: lb-inch pipe.
Bntlerstreet extension. River avenne. Ever
ett street, private property of John Berlin,
Pennsylvania Railroad. Julius Voetter, et al.
Penn avenne and Denniston avenue, from
Fifth avenne to Shakespeare street; 4 to5
feet brick and stone.
Denniston avenue, from Fifth avenue to
Shakespeare street: 20 and 24-inch pipe.
Fifth street, from Liberty avenne to the Al
legheny river; 18 inch-pipe.
Haigbts street andprivate properties of Mrs.
8. J. Sargent, John H. McKelvy. Wm. Ward,
Pennsylvania Insurance Company, A. V. R. R.,
M.F. Scaife and others, from Stanton avenue
to Allegheny river, 3 and 5 feet brick and
Center avenne. from Graham street to Col
lege street; 15- inch pipe.
Stanton avenue, Viola alley and private
property of Henry Janson and Mellon Bros.,
from west side of Hiland avenne to Negley
run; 18, 20 and 24-inch pipe.
Herron avenne, from east side of Anderson
street to Center avenne; 20 and 24-lnch pipe.
Summerlea street, Holden street, Howe and
O'Hara streets, from Ellsworth avenue to
Shady avenue; 3 feet brick and stone 20 and
Bayard and Neville streets, from Craig street
to an outlet at or near tunnel of the Junction
Railroad, north of Center avenue; 20 and 24
Plans and specifications can be seen and
blanks for bidding can be obtained at this
Proposals must be accompanied by a bond,
probated before tbe Mayor or City Clerk.,
The Department of Awards reserves the
right to reiect any or all bids. . "
E. M. BIGELOW,
Chief of Department of Public Works.
on the line of tbe Federal st. Electric Railway,
Beautiful building; sites laid out in K acra
tracts, fronting Perrysville ave. Special in
ducements to parties who will improve: city ,
water; within a few minutes of Allegheny
Market House; cars leave Allegheny P. O. every
15 minutes. Plans and particulars from
8AMUEL WATSON, on the premises.
Or A. J. PENTECOST. 413 Grant at. ap24-5
We make a
a specialty of cleaning and dyeing '.,
; also dry cleaning Damask Turk- - S
md all kinds of fabrics. -
lsh portiers and
Sixth Avenue Dye Works,
M. MAY S0N5 & Co.
ap2-TTS 56 SIXTH AVE.
JOSEPH PARKES & CO..
Solicit agencies for manufacturers- of Iron,
steel or metal and. patented goods; unexcep
tional references. ap23-60
WAT.TEB 3. OSBOTTENX. BICHABB HABR0W3.
BARROWS 4 OSBOURNE
JOB PRINTERS, '
. .. ..' 89 Diamond stoat. .:
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